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 24, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00478
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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frt m'hla! grove the I letter l part t.Feb:..i .. ,' I businesses.. And we who live'here. .and. : v

THE[ .CHAPTER HOUSE teary .y,..,. year! ., "Tbs. fruit..treesatKlssimm : ,iji. Aiding the Band I.. have all *f our Interests centered here: EVERY' TAXPAYER
, ** '' r.e') the effect', are entitled to 'expect that; nothing, Swill)
**. -.--"T._ "I ,r weather that ; this''" be : "
; -\- of any .cold comes left undone by the Council that will ---

Is'formally' 'Opened ,to. the Public war, ai that place is practically Immune enhance the value'of our, property 'or In Osceola CenrtyShodd Be a Sui:

from frost! ;; being directly on.,the eastern You Boost I KissimmeeWe add to OlIn comfort and cetweniena.Kieeimmee ... a

r> With the Grandest Reception shore of the late':' .' is prosperingtoday as it sdnber to the Kbsiannee! ,\, ;

,,1a Kfcsimmec's History.The 'Mr..J. E. Mattock, vice president .__--- .1 neverprospered before' jar its history, VApky Gee.; .. ., ,, '
and of the Kissimmee Valley' / and'edry .
manager indicationpoint* 'to eta" be.coming .
do not believe there is off .bandstand ten .
a person signs kept just I -
cf Land Co.. owners of the Park, statedsthat -the'nletropoU. of Inland Florida
formal open the Hart Me- bushes in Kiasimmee but who Is proud of our.brass I dollar worth and think'that,, everycitizen I We do not'lifcs. .to be continually pub-
the escaped wlthun,tbe next hut to
even .two.
guava ,
'mortal Chapter Hou eonysterdayws December which I II. band, and who desires to sea it, of the.{, ame .:.opinion should I years ishlng letters-ef commendation for the- "
the co'd weather in | attain this end, all oar ..peoplemust
\' *" a event .long to be remembered by exeell! any other band in the etate:both,' drop ,around to. .>-'''heVaJIe Gazette Valley Gaaett from' ,'persona in 'the--
** la complete evidence that any work )rind fn hand,and elt'reJrie1a-
Kissimmee people. The Invitation included with' perfect,j! as to efficiency and, looks, but there is office and: leave his check for just* cur North and.Vfoet who,receive this p..r'
fruit.caa be planted there tive body make no mistakes There le.
our own, people and all visitor fact an old saying that "it takes money to. much aa he thinks along the same line, weekly 1 through the- ceurteey of 'our
: safety. That being a there's,nowonder no city.In Florida, wltki the e&copUoo '-
and "new-comers to Kissimmee. make "the mare go" and It very when the namo. and amount will be bounty Ctfmmissionerav but the reeata*;
I peaches ripen there in of Jacksonville and Tampa, that. aa
beautiful room, furnished In the roi- FebnJ-1 strongly appears to the Valley Gazette published in|>er.Whan mend.tlone-oent.aInedll.., throne: followrig"'arev _
with fire In the ._ ... __ well, known throughout the 'United : :
..on style, a blazing log that it will also take some of the coin. the band waa first organized l ao- replete'with good sooad

.pen fire place, with crowd. of splendid ary.TNRIE: CAPABLE MEN: .of the realm to bring tout. band up to. 'the members declared their willingnessto I Statae-as Ands who U are KJaslmmee, and this the winter-- reason that w* just cannot afford?rto-
1 -: visitingBare
that "
aa a overlook
women. certainly showed the high standard we. desire it to attain donate their\ service at any time will return to their Northern.and. West the-opportnnUy e/ giving**""

';, gomsn'a building the Chapter House HMMMMt Jf as well as hard work on the part and for anything thai would enhancethe rn.hosnes andi> toll: their friendaof Ute taxpay. .tJte opportunity to read whatan

will, fill a niche In .our ,elty'-growth Who Would' Make ExceOent City Al!of.the members of the band. lat.ereeta..t our' city, and Jhej.'.wil- many advantages and opportunitiesUna outsider oonsiden their dut,, TJta-. .
ameeting letter
that nothing els could bring. da1ntn Du inc Next Two Years Therefore with this issue we open a Tingly and gladly lived up to that place. offersthehomeseeker and follows:
all women -l '
place bring1 our i subscription list, putting the Valley: declaration by furnfching music at .allpel'fona.aaeea visitor. which will aided t.Muabere' I Franklin h.. Feb. 16,1,9111
t Into closer touch and forms a centralground The Valley Gazette has never allied I bring Editor Kiaaimme Valley CuetteJo;;
Gazette down for $10 for the band and of a public nature
and. the ,,'
coning fall )
for Jhe various organization of a+ aas wa Dear Si*-Some-ana has been........ .
with political '
itself clique'or
any we trust there is not a citizen in Kis" of charge, but we surely cannot expect should be to make etaiaas0ood

the city. The dedication of this hand tion but haa devoted its entll'en simmer but who can see his way clearto them to golate- their pockets for ; to enow prepared.them, wetl our .. well- me your paper the-past three issue, IthoIIa'ht '
I ; a >4tept,
will\ not take placetill old sehoolsaate and frjand.of .
eIMIIe.Utti. building add hit mite. As in to and my
gies to upbuilding and making r-I we stated money bay uniforms pay room Ordered and thoroughly upt.datedt".lf '
E. G. Lewis, the
later, when Mr. end previous issue, it was the intention rent and then donate their time and we.desirethem. near your plac..theputthlrt7.-n..
American Woman' ous our entire eity county. as. permanent \ but it the County ""
of the was guilty, maybe
riginator the band to, sell spaces in the balustrade talents the-entertainment of our resident.. I i'
,; .League' comes toKissimmee for thl.llpeClal'occulon. believe! therefore that we can safety surrounding the band stand j people and 'the advancement of out One. and a essential to 'Commissioner., a*."I see. they axe aendng '. '

v ,. hazard a suggestion without being)I our merchants for advertising purposer. city [t would be asking too much,, do.thisat.forthe very City:! Council to way force aaaut eigfc hundred enpla* up }

The door were thrown open at 3 accused of conniving at our own interests I i ., the object being tor-obtain, money to and we know the people of Klssimmea- property. owners, to lay. "walks on. the North,each week Geed Idea, Commis.sioners V
o'clock and scores of brightfacedwomen defray the band's l harbor the for ;- send them along. Wa see glad'
or that of our friends. Kissimmee I I expenses auch aa a too well to thought aa streets provided for ice, the ordinance *
oon filled the room, with con- : practice room, music uniforms instruments instant that they/ will permit auclua to get papers, especially weep they i'
than at i passed by that body nearly one '
this year ,
the successful need. at time more any eiff when
all to from'4way especially
from aa j comer ;
.gratulations I etc-but that idea met thing.; to be done. T
culmination of the long struggle. to other period In her history men at.the j i with considerable opposition our people We believe that "he who dances ago they are aa Rood, well filled eajbyabla-

own the Chapter House. head of her affairs of large.brain,,large. I generally not wishing to see the should pay the fiddler," and we alito AUCTION SALE papers aa vowrs. We thought' we-' had.

The principal event of the afternoon experience and<
was a most entertaming talk from Mid of public'oJti1l In this manner, and the Valley Gazette is brass band play and desire to see it'be'- I'' standard ethe KissimmeeValley!
Ot lots in Unco) Great
Minnie E. Neal. the Florida state re- that number. Heights a Gazette we have lately received. We- .i
among come the foremost band in the state ,
of the league. Mian Neal had visited connection, without having consulted Success.The : should think every taxpaye In, your
gent We all remember old about aa Klasiramee in destined to become
story ..
St. Louis a few weeks ago and either of the gentlemen or knowing I II county would be a subscriber! You .
the western miner who said "I'm I the foremost city, should pay our part much advertised sale of lots in
enthusiastic \\n her recital of I we desire keep on presenting the advantages and
was most their feelings in the mattery I sorry just ten dollars' worth" when's I of the bill, therefore we enter the following I. Lincoln Heights on Saturday was a much
work of this Rfeal or- comforts of a Florida lifer you
the wonderful to suggest as aldermen to fill the vacancies crowd was standing around iiympalhtz-; . subscription, and hope a bun- greater success than the Bowman Realty yanr.Kanp:
fill with :
soon\ county
sramzation. which are about to occur on rug; with a poor fellow who had fallen, I dyed others will dance in the name set Company who liadi\ charge of the sale,
t'nthulli..m.of the rt-wption I ireached ,jI el our townpeople have gone-down there
? The
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Council. Messrs. C. A. Carson, Ar- and broken his I'K'K; now we desire to< climax at 8 o'clock when the I I Ir bunting within the.past feW"I'ean..whave
a I say that we wept to see advertising r Valley Gazette, e11)I for \10 o'clock in the morning, but only
and well-\ and S. B. Aultm'an.These | not delighted wxUn the
the town people, visitors ]I thur E. Donegan \ II een only "A a.
limited number of lots
in crowds... I a were disposed climate but with the and
; wishers of the occasion came gentlemen are all large property
of before the crowd was; rather' a
I noon, a* received
was in the beet of spirits, kcal treatment they : whilethere. :
1 Everybody I holders in our city, and are therefore small and the promoters thought it best townsmen
Some of went
prepared was I our
.i-, and the splendid program vitally interfiled in its growth and development to discontinue the sale and begin again V'
enjoyed by everyone. The Kissimnru-r REGULAR MEETING: BOARD OF TRADE located near Bartow Junction
at 2 When T. F. Combs
r Major ,
'have m.
while p. w
and we many and
was at its best. Miss Ollie bought land built sawmill manufacturing
i orchestra the "Southern Whirlwind,"began terry
Glenn one of her artistic reading, more citizens who are probably as capa- I I I establishments; and are mak-a

; which gave was heartily encored, and responded ble as these there are none more enterprising The regular meeting of the Kissimmee Board of. lout at that hour for bids the large crowd ing money band over1 Sat Many:more
be in the andtwenty
seemed to mood
to by a quaint little reading. who woutl serve all interests Trade will be held on Monday night at Z.:3O: o'clockin i I buying from this section will be living in Florida
or lots were sold Jn.the first hour, ,
Neal then as principal of the" ; inside of two ,year; Save a little
Miss better. the Council Chamber and all members who can I thirty-seven being the-tot.l number disposed
irt her mOlll wumanly yet most room for us. Enclosed please find$1.00 yr'for
evening, and .entertaining talk told 1 1- possibly d6 so are urged to attend. The business of, and at fairly good prices.It the Gazette.E,.A. Wilson.,

" 4 intelligent American Woman's that will come before the meeting is of unusual importance Is understood the Bowman Realty ..
of the
control of
League ill beginning.; its. flrreal"hmlleducational and should be thoroughly and intelligently I Company obtained a large JAPANISEIIONIYMOON:
area of land near Kissimmee and something -
advant K.-... and its won discussed before acted upon At the meeting the '
derful little .Clmp )..,T House benefits I Purchased by Dr. W. W. I Krepe< of .. over a h'undred' lots within our --
president will appoint the' cMairrnen of the standing corporate .limits,during their stay here, Be House '
scWfml I in the state toown Will Presented at the Opera
Klssimmee is her Freeport, Illinois. committees and the vice oresidents will be elected. which they will offer to the public either
Houne, and shows
it its Chapter development! end another I Runnymede Hotel which was made S. J.-TRIPLBTT, President. by private or auction sale aa soon as Tomorrow, .NighL

material in the progressive character of famous in the) days of Hamilton pisston I H. C. STANFORD Secretary -. they complete the. sales of properties At With' a concord of the sweetest-- of F
phase the j r I other Florida points that are now en-
by being the'headquarters of, company r sounds,with mass'of just the catchiest
. t our. people. and the St: gaging their attention '* '.. of just the
Senator C. A.. Carson, as one of the owning operating kind of tunes, ,with bevy
friends of- all progressive movements,: Cloud plantation, has been purchased Mr' S.' H. Bowman"genera? ) managerof prettiest type of.girlle..nd an array of '

five-minute talk, and by Dr,-W. W. Krepe ''of Freeport, III., the Bowman Realty Company; made the.funnlest musical comediansthewell i ,

I.r was entertained asked for in 'a a rt'mlnlocent.'talk; 'everyone who will at.'onc'e begin putting it in condition We Must Have Walks number of friends' in Kiasimmee during known success,"A Japal,aaa Honey.. .A

o in the room, telling of the. old I for,the reception (If guests aid i bin stay here as our people recognizedin : moon.." will be the'' cOpera
throw it to the public him a man of sterling business qualities ''
whitewashed hous expects to open House,tomorrow night, February7 v
1 weather-beaten in about two weeks' time. I I and one possessed of a mostpleasing 26th. \ .
of ground ry -
he same plot .
. that stood on 4
ago when Mrs. ex- In all, there are about three hundred I To Get Letter Carriers manner,, as well as his capable "A'Japanfse Hoheymoctl'!hat been
twenty-five years
of Governor Hart, then postmistress, lived and ten acres of ground that go with i assistants. Mr. -O. L. Blanchard end doing some gay]Joyriding down the path

'"' in the house and had the postoffice in alittle | the hotel purchase well as four motor : :x Major T. F. Combs, for their uniform of public approval.; It con tains all.,the

,e of the building.: At this boats and four steel sculls, which courtesy .toward all whom they met, ,parts necessary to strike popular'fancy.

,e d, point it room is well to note' that this splendid -I! will be at the service of the guests That Is the Law the Postoffice Department Lays We hope these gentlemen will sea their Its music i tuneful. Its plot pretty and' '

the ; The grounds surrounding the Runny way to make Kissimmee the Florida interesting and Its saying; nappy and r
which league
"f plot of ground, on and
Down We Have the Ordinance It Should
mede beautiful, being filled with headquarters of the Bowman Realty And vital, anything
'd stands was the gift: of Mrs are humorous, ,as, aa ,.
a- building.H.rt'IISISlers, the Misses Emma and I many varieties tropical plants, evergreen Be Strictly Enforced. Company. else, perhaps the sc.n.. sr.lsld l | &In"the

,It'.-, Lottie Campbell,.of Mornstown. N. J., and flowers, and front directlyon f t1 -- .- A I land 't\at"'always"'appe'pticulirrlj'attractive t 8
memorial to the.JI\em- the lake of that name. .account of the y
'u, to be used as a HUNTER lAND CO. on atmosphere
for this Runnymede is distant from Kissim This is the attend time within' the have no right to own such an extensivehome wierd
' of Mrs Hart. But nag"nificent I .... of bright though Oriental sm-that'
of .,ry donation our |rent league mee about twelve., miles on the Sugar last three months that we have felt it I. and they should dispose of a ......._-_-.-_o -" hangt over it., ,Perhapfoe this reason ;

I building would not have been possible : Belt Railway\ midway between St.: our duty .to call the attention of.the portion of It and be content with only. Purchases the"Steamer Rosadele u much aa any otbea'j he piece JIUllped.Into' r ;

>.11 c at this time, and for this reason the, Cloud and Nareooasee, and is situated City Council t.h.. necessity forcing that which Hliey are perfectly able to From (apt. LP., Darin; ,..uch'popular':' favor.: :'It combine
In' as healthy and aa picturesque a property owners to comply with keep In repair! and make all necessary :
ofnd Chapter House stand as a testimony the real,substantial merits of the coroie,, ,
t be found in America. the ordinance requiring sidewalks to improvements. But there Whenever the Hunter Land Company = .. '
from the Misses Campbell, showing spot as can are some opera, like "The ,I Mikado", and"the,
08 i ieo their love to Kissimrnee, and is$ We predict great success for Dr. be laid on certain streets In the city, non-residents, who own property in the undertakes. to do a thing It does ItJri the lIMn:,I whirl of'suck Oriental'musicalcomedies I f"

_' appreciated by all of our citizens. Krepe with this hotel. and In. this instance We have an argument very center of our city on which there most com .leta, manner;, and. when Itadvertises aa i "Wang. It seems aa jf7.
',' / Mrs. Hart organized the first W. C. ---'T"-: --.- ,- ,to'ulle that to' us seems indisput is no" building; who are holding it at to furnish comfortable,transportation those old dry. when "'''Mikado"'was .

as:::,. T. U. meeting in Kiaslm nee 25 years HOti. N. Pe BRYAN able.The exceptionally high/ figures and who from Kissimmee 'to 1 it! ,lands l new and :J'Wang"! ,was''ln It*ascendancy ,
have failed along the lower water route trve
life to receipts of our postoftlce during or refused up to the present pros pee and
ago and devoted her temperance will never be equaled for merit pop i ,j!
.., the year ending on June 30th will be time to comply with the Council' mandate .. purchasers can rest assayed thatthelr
of this beautiful I
donation bat
work; and in the ularlty In musical-creations, if composers , M
"V States such to Kissiaunee in the to- lay sidewalks. It I. these every want baa been ,anticipated andprovided
k>t, the Misses Campbell stipulated Is Appointed United Senatorby as place second people oft the"'present: day could grind!

all- '' that this m.morial.hould always Governor :.GilduisL c class, which will entitle us to the mostly, that will be the,' means of for. Looking to,this end, tt.e out a few more' bright ones like "A ',.

have."open. doors" to, all W. C, 'T. U. ; free delivery of our mail; but when'I keeping our city out of the free mail company baa purchased the Japanese Honeymoon"' this order of tg

,. -, w rk.It .is also a pleasing thing to '' Tallahassee, Feb.' 20,Upon returnIng that time arrives and the l I delivery list unless theCouncil tales ..whicb wa built by Capt.. E. thing would be changed.

note that Miss Neal ia Statel'resident to the capital this afternoon. Governor U made for letter carriers, the first j I certain and prompt' -action in. the P. Dann leas than a year ago and baa Of the big company to r be seen hen,
Christian Gllchrlst commissioned! Nathan P. question the government will ask Ja, matter. Installed a new and up-to-date >
4f the Woman' Temperance the; prima >donna I I. Miss Gladys Caldwell -- f7
-.1, ,'Jlalon as well as State Regent of t.herllli Bryan of Jacksonville, recently! \ selectedIn are /here cemenOr: brick .sidewalk There is- abaeJutelv no .sense com power engine to it, and otherwise made who .Is not only a beautiful young

'- American Woman's League the Democratic primary to 'succeed along your principal streets, and when mon or otherwise, in the City Council changes and repairs that add\ both to its woman, but th.'"poueeaor' a,rich"4

( Senator James P.vTallaferro to All the we are forced to answer in the negative passing an ordinance and then giving speed and comforts. This' boat will be and powerful soprano ''voice. She has V ,

,! PEACHES vacancy la the"United States Senate our requisition will be politelybut the people the privilege of obeying used by the company to transport land- done splendid service on Old Broadway., \

RIPE after Senator Tallaferro'ai. term expires, emphatically pigeonholed, and will or not, as suit their pleasure. Such seeker to its holdings In Kissimmee Another singer of note with the compajny4a -

March (. not be considered until a good and action reminds us pf the doting mother Valley, and equipped as'itnowiath* run I Misf'Xnna'Belle Tariton while r

Picked from the Trees at Kissimmee The appointment! means that Mr. substantial walk is laid on every street who rebuked her boy for a naughtyact from this city to Alligator JMUitr-the- the corps of comedians I. headed by 1

Park February 22d. Bryan will enter almost Immediatelyupon included in the delivery route. saying.' "Willie. J want you to be I! company's headquarters, iI-easily be no less a personage than the ..well-\ ,;. *
on Imadeli
the discharge of his duties. The It ha* been almost year since tKe good, and if you ain't good mama will a day or a night known Allan Ramsey.

etly We had the pleasure on Wednesday State Legislature convenesln April, and City Council. ordered walk laid on certain e..,." The. Citjr Council's order huh e '

'ille of seeing a box of. ripe peach a that 'they will confirm the-action of the primary streets, and many of our people th. same effect upon some'of.our Emma. Porter-Makiosoa.- l The Kissimmee-- -- Gazette baa done It .

' Mr. W. A. McCool had picked tttat day in electing Mr. Bryan for the, full have compiled..wlth-the" ordinance, but property owners as mama's rebuke did The many Kiaaimnee! people who-have self proud by the Issue In which it gave .

8- rote the trees in his grove at Klaslm- Senatorial term of six years. ber7hnd there on. every'street there upon naughty Willie. in the put had the pleasure of hearing an account Of the holding of the Grand

ledy ,mee Park.: We see the term pef! sore\ in The action of 'the. Governor' ii no more are lapses of from one to four and five Then, Kissimmee has reached that Mr*..Emma Porter-Maklnson sing will Army state encampment. The Ulna

I )'I,; it* full meaning, for we reeogrtzed that than what Mr. Bryan'. friends and Iota in front of which absolutely no stage where sidewalks are, an essential! be delighted to know that aha will give trations were .'fresh from the 'spoC ',..

and !. :we ware living in the moet.fa\ wed sea champions: all over Florida have been work of any character has been done feature to its further advancement and a concert in this city on March 3rd. handsomely 'printed and appropriate

.sed u flonot j this mucH favored slate and expecting. By many considered aastraw or". effort made' to comply with the growth (In population. We can not expect Mr*. M ak l eon'. sncerb voice.I i.:recognized while the story was of first class execution. a ;,

,bM tkat we are. permitted to.enjoy comforts a showing Jthat the protest ot Council' order. It 1* true that in men of means to invest in property as among the most' beautiful of We eat plainly' see'that the

and blessings tti.t... r at found Mr, Blount of Fensaoole, the defeated some cares the cost of laying a sidewalk and engage in business here unless American Singers, and the cultured aixmusieloving Gazette is doomed to print a perfectly (

.'anywhere else in the United S atea, > candidate, may not carry ajproteetgainst will fall exceedingly heavy 'on the wa shots a disposition to provide them citisens of Kissimmee h ve : splendid daily far several years before *

ex- Itte teas that the winter/ju t ending the nomination and flection I otMr. prppetty owner, but th. people who with the conveniences to which thi j.' a rare treat in More for them. At the tha 'people of Kissimmee'and arroond-

hour; .has.exceedingly raHd-th i mildest Bryan into the Legislature, and east not afford to keep their property have been accustomed! and which would L argent solicitation of her many friends tog country will really be able and wiU. t''

L sine* ""1897-' but we are info ned that that In case be"'should; the protest would up to the requirements of a progressiveand be the means of inducing others U MraTMaklnson will render aYe) >. . tag to support It alt, will mo**than, ,.. +

'pot. Mr. McCool usually gathers ripis peaches,be an idled, 0 up-to-date city each a* Klsslmmee?come here who' would patronize throe f bate upon the banjo. ,'*. deeerve.;-Tampa Daily Timea.T, ,

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i.4; 6 I pleaded. How anybody can. doubt the two were far from being alone in theli) N' ,
;. possible and sometimes actual .toUJ depravity I treatment bf him. The,,.... only specimens & .

4 ABKAHAMJLINCOLNW of men, with even aa much M of what be had to endure. The ,RESIJBDIVISIOI'4' 'o>fi 'LOTS 39 and ,(001 tbe'J. '
U I h I bay* seen of northerfrcopperheadism, question with him never was, "Do 1 I '" '-
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,' F- "1"- -- passes, my comprehension. For genu. like; this man-t le he my friend T Doe LAND&iMPROVEMENTCOMPA. .
; /, 'b"C mmander{ ). O. 'Thompson at the Annual!, M Ins copperbeadism, the real thing, 1 he sustain or abuse me T" Rather, 1 It I Addition to Kissimmee '
,::..rttr\' ":" "' v{'> ,Reunion of the G. A. R.,' DJvison of. Florida, "a(. Klfsimmfe.' can account only on the'ground of pun was always;' "Can I use this man foi -t
";, '' Florida. February 14th.?>;1911.. and unadulterated "eueiednesa." And the good of the \fcountry:. !" lithe asewer I 'i'i ;
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e i 111 ,: the taak of'Abraham Lincoln was made I could be made affirmative ,DO\: I i i1Mffi i
.(' 1' have beard It said that "Great oppbrtnnitles was admitted to the bar September' 8,. immensely more'dlffieultof accomplishmnt -I matter what WM the man' attitude 70,11 i. 75,1710,22 1..2"" ,11 "H tt '' .
'm **'1 great men."', HI*. 1836, and on the l th of April. 1637, hi bl this among otlur thing;;, : towards or his ,abuse of tbe President, SOLD 77611 t "I' .
I tM7,superficially viewed 'seems to confirm was offered a partnership with Johc Then' there were the petty jeaJousiei be-was retained I In ofAce. Posterit] 25 ., 2 r ; a 25 2 1" .:''
this .statement. But history, car T. $tuart, then one) of the leading law and rivalries 'among those who p ofeased bss settled-the question of superiority, .. .,,.I
whose office was i ir to him. More tharroni Tbe-meh who* boasted, Chaw. .
t r'all" studied, shows that great oppor;. yera of the state, support as Mr. .
44 l V... tonities, while they afford the occasloifor. Springfield\ lit ,His energy, diligence: commander of the Army; 'of the Potomac of tin did, of,'their' superiority to Ux 4 ;"4

'. the development and, display of: ability, and above all, his strict integrity went down and -out in defeat because t President, and in his case it u on re*- A ,.\
greatness) la men afford .-qual1yan 6ceaaion ; Speedily advanced him. to a position of the personal ambitions and ord in his own words, are now remembered L. "
':' for the display 'of tbe l lack olreatnesa. at the very bead of the Illinois bar, mean Jealousy subordinates) who I If chiefly on account f>{'their' connection W 5" 6 W' 5 1: ,
( opportunity' affords Uu and that position be easily maintained, their patriotism had been equal to i : with him r Thy shine, if the] t H 4Q
'" ecaaioiv but the4rrstnes, must beOMre | though the bar of that atate'was rib tithe of that of their great leader. shine at all, by light reflected from hit r. .NLlt T t .8." :: '
'" or ita absence wiu be painfully in great -lawyers. Among them were would. have zealously co-operated in brilliant character. Nobody question! Q 8 .,. ,'
,. apparent.-Mr. Buchanan had a splen'id !Stephen f A. Douglass, for a long time such a manner as to secure victory. the fact that while we, 'have bad'pientj ,
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I. 1 opportunity for the display of states United States Senator from Illinois, When McClellab was in command, with of men the equals of Seward and Chaw ,,- Q:: SWASEY ST.m (,fllf.JI. \ ,. I (
t ., ., snansbip. But. the statesman was not and David Davis, afterward an associate headquarters at Washington, and wai and Welles and Blair, the world bai. w 1. .
of 'the United States supreme most and seen but Abraham Lincoln and i it I 2 1 y \
\ there, and the politician was a failure. justice manifesting clearly ; one 2 ,
No man ever bad more magnificent op- court the awful attack of meg ocephalisrn this matter of patriotism, the work i
portunties for military success than Three years !before he was admitted with which be 'was affected at that has never seen his superior. \
.. ,'e George McClellan.. -splendid or- to the bar he was elected to the state time, when he was treating the great .Another quality which shone resplendent i5 4 p 3 ,4 iI; I

ganier excelled by few generals in hif.. legislature and served! four consecutive, President, his superior officer, as no in Abraham Lincoln was his _. IC I/Q):: 1)Seto ,
ability to drill an army and prepare d it terms of two years each; after which gentleman would have treated an in wisdom, his sagacity. The world hat UJHILL ,I .'
for the field, but sadly incapable ofhandling he was elected to represent his districtuifortjrrvss. ferior in rank, Lincoln manifested: seen no wiser, njore sagacious statesman 'l a
In all his Career .as a leg: the and exalted .
an Army in Any iq Jrrf'8siv"eam'palgn. 'most wonderfully pure than fre. On many Occasions he '
'' slater( ht'was model for men actuated him. Mc- 6 5 8 'l 6 5I
he stands pre-eminent: a ,1\ a young patriotism which proved hia sagacity and far-sightedneaa
military failure. .i*" He never worked for self, or mere Clellan had not hesitated to write and beyond controversy. His celebrated I :z 8 !
what he Ioi'r; 'i$.14 7J,1l a. 'I12 78 I:f 7i.11I:( 18.12
: but for can and disrespectful :
And opportunity is oftetv'Simplj I a party always speak in most disparaging : utterancecondemned as- unwise and ,0.
clianoe for the display rower to overjCfrn : email to be the public n'Ki.) Isis. per> [ terms of the President; as well I ill-timed by all his friends in political l : ?! ST_' ___ -_. __ :
-- I '. nppiisitjpmJ ..,ful, surmount olnstaclen. Konal and, party' ambitions.! were always an of the Secretary of War. If you life, "I do not believe this country car C _
,. ire really great man does not held subservient to the g.n..ral,1 doubt it, read the Life of Mc.Clellan, remain permariently.half slave and" half Thjjse are some of the most desirable combination building ,and vegetable
Y1c, merely "strike while the iron is hat fare.fliiTTle'bnte. published after hia death! by his family,, free, is now seen! to have been the lots within the city limits. Situated in u desirable location and having flowing
', but he "makes. it hot by striking. Hi- with Judge Douglas is no to his and their eternal disgrace. On : highest political wisdom. The question I wells surrounding them .

does not wait for opportunity to come familiarly l known that I nerd. not dwell one occasion, about this time, the- which he proposed to Judge' Douglass, Phone 214 Broadwa H. EDMUND SWABEY Agt.ROSS '
he compels opportunity. upon It, and l I .shall refer to some' aspects President went, >n the evening, to the in the great debate .between them, I I'I ,
insultto of it further on in my remarks.One headquarters of the General to call on I
iX It would the nature of HM "Can the people of u United States .. ,
1 your intelligence me to recite in thing has impressed me ever since him for consultation. He wait informed I territory, in any lawful way. against - --

detail the history of ,Abraham Lincoln. I i that debate, which of course, I well that the General waa. absent ut>..a wedding the. wish of any citizen of the United 'I

All the facts have been so scrutinized!, ,, remember. The partizans of Judge but wo lid J returfri _an- hour or States, exclude slavery from its limits, ,
so delineated, so admiringly and'eVf'n Douglass claimed- that their champion two. lie sat down in the parlor to prior to the formation of a state con I i
lovingly displayed, that to suppose a wan far the ablest man, and that ho await the General's return asking that stitution ?" was proposed in spite of GRAVESCARRIES
man ignorant of them supposes hirer was victorious in the debate True, he General McCU>llan should be informed the advice and entreaties of all his political -
lacking in general information and deficient I Was elected senator, but the friends ofLincoln that he was waiting for him. WherMcClellan and personal friends. The result .
in intelligence. Yet n brief re published his speeches IU a } came in he was told that the showed that he' was far wiser than all
view of that marvelous life seems the campaign/ document and I have no President was waiting "in the parlor to of them together. They saw only what
only fitting prelude. to the remarks Ian I recollection of ever having hearl or see him. He passed by the parlor door was close at hand. They predicted that HARDWAREPAINTS
to make. seen e quotation from one of JudgeDouglass's on his way to his room and sent to the Judge Douglass would so answer it as .
j speeches in that debate President the grossly insulting and to the for which the two
secure prize
Lincoln February
t' I made by of his political friends,, that he was
12, 1809, in Hardin county (now Lurue one supercilious message very were contending, election- to the United
county) Kentucky, in a very poor log : except it' might be to explain or de tired and was going to bed, and the States Senate. From their standpointthey SELLS THEM AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICKS '*
\ cabin. There was not a brick nor a I fend. I can draw but one inference. President would please\ excuse him. hit were right. Judge Douglass was 1>
pane of glass 'used in its construction May 16 I860. he was nominated for wrong to: characterize as an i.sufferable elected!, and Lincoln wall defeated., BROADWAY. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
I President of the United! States ...nd! the man who could thus. insult
'It had one small window, closed with a.y. prig But he said to them, "I 1 am killing to
j November 6 of the same year he was the foremost man ol all this
j "very larger if Douglass answers he
wooden shutter, and its chimney was game;
ejected March 4 1861, he was inaugurated : .And when the friends '
built of sticks and mud. The son of a world T' yet, can never be 'Pre.ident. and the battle
father moire remarkable for a disposition I and April 14. 1865, he fell the and advisers of the President, right. of 18GO is worth a hundred of this"

to seek for a better place than one victim of a black-hcarletf. addlepated eously and tremendously indignant, insisted In a certain large sense, that question I
he then I execrable villain. that McClellan should be removed defeated the greatest ambition of
to improve the place was
living air the years of Abraham; minority In delineating the character of Abraham immediately, that the President Douglass, making his election to the : GRIFF NtS GARAGE
were passed in similar dwellings, Lincoln for this occasion, I have should not endure such a snub, the presidency arf impossibility. Even '
and the furniture corresponded with the thought it well to consider him from long-suffering, great souled President : while it elected ,him to the Senate, it v---. -----., '
buildings. There is good reason for believing three points of view aa a statesman asa replied: "Nevermind; I will, hold Mc. split the Democratic party into factions I J." J. GRIFFIN PROPRIETOR
that one full year, at least of military commander and as a man. Clellan's horse if he will only bring us i and made possible the election ofa : 'iI

.' e. his boyhood was passed in slog cabin His most prominent characteristic' i' success But he never brought suc Republican and that Republican .' -.a .
fourteen feet 'square, open to the a statesman seems to me le be his patriotism cess.The word was, apparently, not Abraham Lincoln to the presidency,, +&rencyi -- ,
weather on one side, and without windows A man devoted to the furthering in his dictionary. And the President and thus it saved the Union., For ages ;
I I or chimney. This was in Indiana of his own personal ambitions continued McClellan in command until 'to come this people will be learning to i "E. M. F. 30"id "FLAN ERS 20"REPAIR

and everybody knows that the ,, cannot be a great statesman. Even even he was forced to exclaim: "It is I appreciate and value, more and more, -
: hogs and cattle of the thrift Indiana I, his judgment of public policies will be called the.Army of the Potomac but it the service performed for them by: the I

farmer are better housed now than was warped by bis selfish ambitions, and he is only McClellan's body guard." wisdom of Abraham Lincoln. WORK OFALL GARAGE COMPLETE IN

the future President of the United will not bff able to judge clearly and The same self-forgetting patriotism It is another proof of his sagacity as I iff lpS.;:> ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS
States. In a log cabinof a better sort, dispassionately! "with reference to the appears in his treatment) of Mr..Chase. ,well as 'of the inherent righteousness '
't wben he wai'nine years old the admit, : measures which make for the public bis,ecretary of the Treasury Chase! of hi. character that .he' was always ; :: ./MILLER 'BUILDING BROADWAY
able and much-loved mother of Abram good and the proper means for making: while undoubtedly loyafto the country, on the side! of right, morality, justice, .t '
., i '.horn Lincoln died. ''1'0 make her coffin, them effective. And even the was notoriously disloyal to the President. goodness. He was an anti-slavery man I ,
'"' her carpenter.husband, with a whipsaw selection of means for the carrying out If any" general .in the army felt long before the cause became popular I j
i a.hand'a&w.mlll. with"which I was of measures of public policy will the that he- had cause to be disgruntled at even in the North. He was a life-long!
f familiar in my boyhood jawed from consideration of the effect upon his the President's treatment of him his advocate and exemplar of total abstinence ,

i+ ,;. green"logs the boards he needed ando own personal fortunes influence him. complaints found Chase's ear always from all intoxicating drinks as the 'I N. F'e BASS
\ ," for lack of any one to conduct it, there A great statesman must first of all be ready to receive them. On one ocCa- only safe and true form of temperance, 4 4I
..\1.\ /jwas no religious service at her burial. great in patriotism in ardent, self- sion, and to his lasting disgrace, Chase a total 1 abstainer from principle. He
But the sorrowing boy wrote to Parson forgetting self-sacrificing love for bis records it in his own diary, and his family !- never acquired any vices, large or IS .
1' .' I David Elkin at Hodgensville. K jr., near country. No man in history more published it after his death, an officer small, for he waa wise to see and to I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I ;
I Lincoln's birthplace, and the good old strongly manifests this noble characteristic whose name is buried in deserved avoid the evil in every department of !

man traveled a hundred miles through than Abraham Lincolp. With oblivion, in conversation with the Secretary life and in every'form. i
the wilderness to preach the.funeral him1 the country was first, and there of the Treasury, whom he had His sagacity was prominent in his Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimate
*t tt sermon. was no second. He loved it with an never before met, was rude enough to practice. He was once, while on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether
it be Two-Room Cottage or Tourist Hotel.! .
a a
all-absorbing devotion. And this .was insult directed to the ; .10r -
a gross still a young man, employed to defenda -- "
pa especially true after the burden of the> President In his comments Mr. Chase neighbor who had been indicted for Makesa Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS
+ paid unremitting manual labor Presidency, the heaviest burden that to the insult, and describes .
t poorly teems approve IIlo 'der. One witness, at least, swore in which he has met with the greatest success e
l+ 1 OB the farm and on the river; as a farm ever rested;l on shoulders merely human, the unmannerly boor as well: positively fiat he paw tne murder committed of any Florida. \
i S I, laborer at twenty-five cenU a'day, as a rested upon him. He laid aside all per- read, and extremely intelligent.; -6 ; that the murderer shot his .vic ;
flat-boat man at eight dollars a month aorral ambitions and interests, all preferences the case of both McClellan and Chase, at ,
horse abput
I tim with a large pistol, Give him your work'and it ,\:
and expenses, and as a ferryman at all animosities, if-he had them, the friends of the President may well 10 o'clock at night; that though the will be well and quickly dpne.: K1SS1I11121ee, Fla.y f
k,, what he might receive, he u filled and made everything subservient to theme exclaim, "Out of thine owijTriouth will hooting was done under a spreading r
J with wonder and d.lightwhen two gentlemen object of patriotic endeavor, the 1 condemn thee," for with: the strangest beech' tree, the moon at her full was '
t give him half a dollar each.for saving of the Union. And how he fatuity the families of/both have published shining so brightly that he had a perfect 'I I E E
"('T: taking them and their trunks out to a wrought in this work We speak of the letters ana diaries containing view of the whole affair, and he I -- 1
,passing steamboat Yet all this time stupendous exertions as herculean, butthe the most damping evidence of overweening ''even.identified positively-the pistol belonging
;- be was losing no opportunity for the! I twelve labors of Hercules were self.nest and of the rankest to tbe prisoner when_ lit was : IDEAL FIBER CUTTER
4 acquisition of knowledge. He seemed mere ciildS play compared the task >ersonal disloyalty to their chief. produced in court. Lincoln, in the.! J
fact that his mind and'heart' needed, as I with what he had to'contend.. Not cept: the General in command as long bring out all the details of the affair, '

yt, much: aa his body, to be fed; and I I only a powerful, resourceful, active enemy a* there was the slightest; ,ground for and the friends of the prisoner were Steak Ham Bacon Etc.j i iI'J 1
; though he had little advantage of I I in the front, but bitter, unscrupulous hope that be would succeed, and Jhe 'growing indignant that the counsel forth ,r
e- ,f4; acbools, and those he could reach were foea in the rear. To m'y view, of kept the Secretary in the cabinet. defense seemed to be doing nothing
J a t; of the poorest quality, he bad access to i I I I all the venomous reptiles that have long as, in his opinion the financial interests for his client. But when the cross- J J. S, PENNELL Agenu,

that-crown of the world's' literature, I, ever crawled across the world's stagein of the country demanded. The examination was over, and he had4. !
4 the English Bible and a few, a very the history of the human race, the General and the Secretary each thought,, witnesses, especially: >rinclpal one', AGENTS WANTED, .'
few books and he seems to have vilest, the most venomous most despicable Lincoln _
good himself better qualified than Mr. Irrevocably committed tohe moonlight "- = --- i js;
made of them the most and the beat I the one having the least excuse to fill the President's chair, and story, he asked the permission of tbe j i
-It seems safe to th.t for existence, was the northern that neitherof 10lsOCiOthOtyOt70t1WOtltOti0t10tlOt fi
r A possible use.- say I yet posterity has decided court to introduce the almanac for that
j but for his close study of these books, I "Copperhead," during the civil war them was a great man. The country ylar as the only witness for the de- r C. A. CARSON ,1. A. CRANFORD. 3. L, LUPFER. ,1'
rob resulting in intimate familiarity with 1 From my 'earliest boyhood I,was taught baa produced plenty of generals far f'fense. The almanac showed that, at ProldeM. Vice-Pr.eidenL. ,. ,
yl'' ?j ; them, he could never have, been the I to execrate and de.pise the royalist, I II abler than McClellan, and after Cha-eresigned the hour'when the principal witness r
man he became. While 'so limited and I the Tory of Revolutionary days. But Mr. Lincoln had no. difficulty swore positively that he saw the murder -
s circumscribed in this respect! he was I compared Uith the Copperhead the I q) finding an equally able Secretary of I committed, tne moon could not be KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
,l yet in one respect highly 'favored; he Tory was a patriot. lit was born a I the Treasury, and an equally able suc- I seen at all. Lincoln) demanded the arrest It
S)3) S free from contamination by the ,subject of the King of England and I \.
} was cc'Bsor for him; the country ha pfq- of the witness and he was convieted ,
;u + -fv trashy and pt"rnlciouIlit..rature which) I the sentiment of loyalty to his king' wu; I duced plenty of men on the Chase, call of the murder and suffered the I ,
t + --"floods,--all civilized communities in these bred in him and became a part of his ""r. but we may challenge the world to penalty.H ., -' Rough and Dressed c<- ,;p
days, sapping the 'intellectual strength I nature For him, when asked (tf> transfer .1 urpass Abraham 'Lincoln. And a I : is now pretty generally agreed that 3
: and corrupting the moral nature of the his allfgianc-i from the king h.' had through the time when these and oth'rmen other has 3s
neither this country nor any 1
I most heartily wish I ho'I', been taught to honoc and obey ti. anew ,j.
j ) / young. I were abusing the President, hewas produced a more truly eloquent orator i PINE LUMBER }
a", l been subject to the same limitations government, and that not yet established well I. injarmed' of all their utterncea Limn Abraham Lincoln; and .yet few
v ,' His early reading is said to' bo confined <: even and to do so at the Ife< knew well that they wereguilty men have use*. what may be called the j 8 (
St + to WeemXs Life of Washington, Bun- risk of cones alien and the scaffold, of disloyalty to h'm' and of the arts of the orator less than he. He "

i yan's Pilgrim's Progress, Aeaop's t I turely there was some excuse for him most virulent abuse of him. What but aimed 'to excite the feelings, to /
i never
Fables a history of the United States, i ttidl it r h... clung to the old! and established, the most rtvtnucendijnt patriotism. could play upon the .emotions but Bather to HOUSE BILLS" A SPECIALTYYitYJXYMYJ.YOtXitYJgGt1QRAt10tYYy0r3CtiCYYX ;.
M the Statutes of Indians and last bIll I mil rejected, the new, the untried the rive actuated him in kerpipg them in
Gs not least Lut'rather moat.. and best, the incvrtuira. But for the Copperhead no jflk'o: as long as( in his opinion, they) !'i L ; 1 1t
}L'1' ,.Bible! lie studied law by, himself, and t! I I luch mi tigation of his baseness can be I could.serve the. country T And tbfeso I'I (continued on page 1 10)) .. iC/tGt70 CY.iGOt ;;

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House. Painting will be at the various precincts chi I w, ,, SIX .ROOM BUNGALOW '. ." ,
tfie following days! : ">' WITH :I. ar AOIIEH KACH>
Ii \ Shingle Creek, precinct'No.'2. Thursday :,MRs EwC.:: Whs'rcorr'Staff' Correspondent, ,, i, ._ "f, j,1. ;' ,,., ...,fIVE CITY LOTS ., i' >-. ,. vj'i'All .
-- February,2Srd. .-Ti';'(: ,''i :llt'k'; \' AiAV': I I : Cle r'ed. Nq Rent. "
., Pgper'Haiig1iigDecortiting Campbell) precinct .N<>. 8: Friday The-W. C. T. U. celebrated Trances I I the club members were taken' from I I aa Feet Front and 164( "Feet 'Deep NOTaxes.
tM I February 24th.Peghorn : Willard Memorial Day Fund on-Tuesday London England to Glasgow, Scotland on Corner. I' y

prec'p'ft No. 4. Saturday, ] evening. A splendid programme 1 by Mrs. Cook, who.did so in a j 50) OF THEM FOR
KalHOttiitiinu I )February 25th.) ] wax given a- follows: f beautiful manner Quotations were | Deep Well, Gasoline Engineand i

1 I Crab Grass, precinct. : No. R, Tuesday Ifymn: "The Crusade. Glory Song"Congregation I from Burns. i '
Tank. Actual Settlers. The of
1i I February 2th.Whlltiel' . I The LadieA' Improvement Club met Pump USA
l' Workmanship Guaranteed: '' s precinct No. H. Thursday, ,Scripture Reading M rs.G. W.Woodard on Wednesday in the hall over the, post- these Jefferson County Farms ",
i I . . . Water Piped all over the lots. All in
Good as the Best .. March 2nd.Bassinger. Prayer Rev. Rogers I office. This was a regular meeting :( good Condition. Nicely Furnished ,. Absolutely 1
precinct No. 7. Saturday Sining: "Onward We Are- March day, but the ladies were obliged to post-' '
t't t\ I '
1 March 4th.Nareooasee. ing" . . ,L. T. L. pone from February 14th to February ,I FREE '
precinct No. H, Thursday Remarks Mrs. J. B. Westcott 22nd. |I ALL FOR $1,800 IF TAKEN QUICK.-

C H WEBKING k5:; . March 9tli. Biographical Sketch . .Mrs Battle A delightful affair was given Thurs- |: ., ,! THE RIDDLE C ]WAN
Very respectfully, Tribute to Frances Willard Mrs Marsh : day evening by the ladies of the M th- Owner" P, O. Box 575.-;. :: "'.
!,'. .1 no. L. Overutreet, : Original Poem Mrs. Bride I o list Church for the benefit of the Wo- 1006-8 Bisbee Ci .Ildin .' j
Tax Assessor Osceola County. "The Memorial Fund" Mrs. Hamilton F \ .1.1I 4
I! man 8. reign Missionary Society. JACKSONVILLE. I .L4.
Poem "Frances Willard" Mrs. I
e.... : Addis was called "An Evening in the Orient. B. DICKERSONmakes -.' Est.. "
\ ;i Remarks Mrs. Metsger I Ii I The receiving ladies represented high . .. I
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Home Man i Song.: "Making a TemperanceChain" I and low '
The Bakery caste women of Jhe; Orient and the beat building blockin
'j: l enneth D. ButIe I II I L. T. L. their gowns were exact duplicates ''of the South. They are made LCT: ..T''I:6'rE.' : W' '*'
Remarks Mrs. I
Reiley .
j, those worn at such an affair. The refreshments : out of Lake Weir Sand'coa..eand" ;
I I Takes thin opportunity to thank Song: ""We're Coming". L. T. L. were such as are served sharp-defy comparison. Kisfimmee'13'Weli :: : : ;
the good people of this city for I Remarks Rev. J. B. WesUott I in that far Fared hal.and half and water
away and de- :
country we' .
;! proof. .Will build you a concrete :XDrllleris
_-t It ,, BARBER SHOP.. I their liberal patronage and would I Collection.' Uoxology. Benediction. licious. The "Turkish Delight' was house and guarantee it to I
also take this means to say thatOUI' Ohio Day was fittingly celebrated on ,, made from a recipe bought in Constantinople be water proof and damp proof I prepared to drilfARTESIAN '
limited facilities for making I Wednesday. About a hundred Ohioansmet by a friend of Mrs. J. B. West- See my Fire Place Mantle
ERAUI Cold Drinks & Cigars goods will prevent (for awhile) our and formed a permanent organization -I|, cott. ..' Shelves. WELLS'In
, to all of the and had basket the Works 01
general delivery parts a picnic at
( Kksimmee A young doe is in the St. Cloud Hotel l any section of florid +'
Fla and will be lake front Ohio ( .
city. Quality variety on avenue. BROADWAY AND MIDLAND R. R.
.. yard and it is greatly admired by the -
. I Itt .maintained) always. Our nice The Rebecca had
l.. I Lodge a very suc- passers by. '. Ten years of successful Well
,- I, jcessful I, ice\ cream sale Wednesday on I Comrade Crape has purchased Runny- I Drilling Is a Guarantee of my '
: '' HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS the broad piazzas_oi the new St. Cloud mede and will shortly open a first class Ability to produce the best. .
"'" f t W. THOMPSON\ ,Also HQ'T BREAD [I Hotel. I hotel out there. I results.
{ -
. J I I Mr.and Mrs, Hugh Colline and daughter s
| Mrs, M. F. Degraw has been quiteI RADIIII
| of Pleasantville N. J., were the TWO AND FOUR INCH
-.., FUNERAL -DIRECTOR will I be ready mornings and afternoons -I' guests of Rev. and Mrs J. B. West I WELLS A SPECIALTY y ,+ 1'
'I and a nice variety of PIESand Comrade Harris of New Jersey avenue '
cott, whose brother and sister they are, Seeds.We
. 11 &n9. CAKE--Parties. and Wedding last wees.! Mr. Collins is a wealthy 'r .remains very ill. III P. O. Box 34.Blse1znJnee. . v v

S. LICENSED EMBALMER t specialty.A. J banker and business man from his home j Colonel Kinney does not improve as are headquarter :t j: :: .Florid '
. city. They are spending the balance ofthe .
: fast as his family and friondg would seeds. ----
the best in all Farm
kY Opposite Courthouse / 1 season at the Ockrawaha Hotel wish, 1I 1----
SMITH. Eustis Fla. Rev. i 'I Gnu and Clover Seeds I
I J. B. Westcott Taft visitor
was a -
.;', i RUNaTpN. AVBNUa- I Dr. Cooper lectured on "Rome" tor on Friday and Saturday last.I Seed Corn, Cotton:: Seed,
KISSIMMEE -, Fix>RiDA the benefit of the Ladies' Improvement Cow Pen Sol Beam, CITY
Club on Friday evening. The lecture I On Wednesday morning last, at the Sorfhnms Kaffir Corn; ,
i Osceola TrUe I was a splendid one and netted the society Court House ID Kissimmee, the Prop Millet Seed Peanuts, etc.Wood's -_.._ -- -- -
J: | visional Department of the W. R. C.
$30.00 which sum! will be used for
I was instituted and the followingofficers Crop issued 21 MEALS '
JL.' M L. CBAUNCEYCONTRACTOR' : civic improvements. I were installed by the National President Special" monthly P
j.f Guarantee
.f ; Company I The W. C. 1. U. will have a "Notion FOR
A of the W. R. C.. Mrs. Belle Harris gives !
,{ I Shower" on Monday afternoon next to : seeds to plant each month in $5.O0
get'the required articles to fill the comfort -+
of Seasonable
( De-partment the year.also prices! :
i I bags for the battleship Florida. I. ,
(, O. P. GARRETT. Manager. Seed. Write for copy.
'I ;
: A US
-A N 0--- The will be in charge of ,REGULAR 1MB .
--- -- programme
ment Secretary Mrs. M. E, Westcott, mailed free on request '
Mrs. Della Marsh, Superintendent Sol- TRANSCIENT 35 CENTS
rx BUILDERa I I St. Cloud; Senior Vice-Pretident, Mrs. . "
Real estateTitles diers and Sailors. -- --
examined and reported. onTaxes : Miller Tampa; Junior Vlee-President, T. W. WOOl &,SONS, ----
!! paid for nonresidentsInstruments I The oman's Club of St. Cloud held Mrs. Fannie Hoyt, St Petersburg Richmond: Va. TAMPA" ICE CREAM
PI.Ma sad Estlsnatea Fnr.'lali.
,' Satlafsictioa-.ara.t ed /It carefully drawn I Mrs Cook on South Massachusetts avenue 'I;,lair Mrs. Dennis" Taft. U.... Ida WIN Niamoyer ;
Correspondence Solicited Wednesday afternoon. The "Trip son Moore.National Secretary W. R.C., .
I Around the World" was resumed,and, of Kansas, acted as conductor. 44' i' r' i

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: Tb Ktssieaee. Valley fiat rite e TRITE AND TRUTHfU. give The a Valley full account Cauttee of for'the February recent-en' 1 T::1 -:. UYING BRICKS. "\ -.--r. -1" J

'. t, .... HJUtRIS. e.ra.pr91P' *t, ; {BY OLD-hoVIRUJ. Republic eampment for of the tbe tate Grand at Army KiMhrna of the,''i,j i Hew etenUfte M...... .Raised. .thetaaard -, iIISSIlIJIJEE R ,
e a Day Werk. OHORUB
4.TRIPLeTTr ik..olat. Edit and illustrates UM of briBiaopageant ) BHPTISLlBf j
: story tI:1 f J Tbere are Dow emtee coaoultlpi) : : _-
'Your child Obt''OII'' .j.t ..* 101:I and deliglitfal.time with *n', engineer who are Industrial .
.r rVBLOHKD .VKXiT VMDAT." moral .f self s h trot' .
bat the courage era! splendid pictures. The views VOT beads to study jtbetr establlsb j"Coa

,t Office in Valley Gazette BUildin(g' behind.Tour own character. first the parade of veterans, with the il i meats from top '0,bot opt with. a view t. ""'*or the faltb which us oocffU .' 1! e

f [--EII:, oeCBOLA.(OOCNTT.BOB8CUFTIOM ./r.A. fife and dram corps; next tbe most n- to Undine by. sdeoUnc \istody tbe otetfceds delivered. onto tho S.ID.| '*'...'....: .. .>"if

',' .. Jf there W. tryth In the'assection that t usual"'and ptctoreeqae trodp of nft,. of working accounting and baa \) ':

t r RATE8, : ..ui I 4 the creator is always greater. than ta. ha young ladies, moontod. riding at.the filing labor wblcb .Improve. oa the .1 BUNTAN: STCPHCNS, PASVO* :jQ

r AJ _o-__. rs ___. .:.... .... .. created what kind of .an amsnI wi I head of the! eohmn. The Middle pfcn aid traditional habits. Some eitraordl t -=
i t Dary results bare been attained-. What ,
.-: .'A pta..tsrlww esr.l ........ ayw. ? your great grand-eon be? ture shows the eoart'boose, during the -dentine manacemenl. means'. U adnlrably I ORDER OF SERVICE-FEB. 26 1911., "
.._ .. .. avow speech-making f and other picture < /I. ,
.. .. givet Itluetrajted 4 tbe
ast M by of I ..... '_ will fast.S Tbe strong individual atracgea-9 1 'a section of the school ei children'. drvii bricklaying. as told by an expert.OrdlaarU story. i WOWNJNd=11 A... Xf. ..' ((

... of individuality into character tb ion in the parade'and the. G. A. R. / a." brick niaaon makeidgfcteen -- ---- I II

t taMS K ........... la aj--i_ .. n...a weak tiidesfront & domain of 4m,' headquarters at the Cra-*ton.. The different sets of motion u Piano Prelude. ' -.- - =- .aeioua to oneonaciousne view are thorougtaIy'llteftetmg and laying a ....... brtck. be beads over. Dozology _and Invocation. "
Hymn 393! Love Divine. . ';
Friday Feb. 24, 1911 . '' the story of the encampment u one la the Ant place, to pick up one brick. -.00 "Scripture Reading. .. ::1//
A house without sunshine. lower the of great interest and importance. It a.4 U lifting' It.... lifts tea pounds of Hymn 336-"Moment By Moment" I

M whole physical being-the house with= i Ia said that there were. 1.000 veterans brtck and about a hundred .pound of Prayer. i
husk: mason-tbe upper part of bsi i. Offertory &42-'Take My Life." (Hendon) j
set ifaappinef"the whole spirit- in the 1in.r of march Tuesday, February !
.{, Is 5ent.Cwmplifneotary. ow. body In laying IJOOO brick In.a Sermon-Subject: "Truth." J ?
ual.being. If,. in Kissimmee.' Veta from all day's work" be lift 10Q.OOO pound ol Invitation 236-"How Firm a Foundation." :'

Parties receivingsthi paper part of the state and country' were brick mason.This was an obvious .. .

-... areJ ot regular nbeeribers- The forms of government, their freedom present and enjoyed the occasion im- waste of labor. So a common laborerwas LAYMEN'S MEETING-3 pM.

treat not 4hink that it la the fntevtion or their tyranny, liberal irrstitu me-nsely.-Timea-Union. hired to put tbe brick where the I .- C.___

ft the publisher to later tions or misrule largely influence the - mason would not have to stoop for

'" demand of -hem the subscription intellect and spirit of the people. Kissimmee had considerable more them. Another thing Is that wben a ,BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION I ::45 P. M.

,' .r .price .. it U mailed to them complimentary than the usual hustle on last.week. In mason picks up a handmade brick ..;:' .
which I* always a little thicker'at
by our Board of County The great deeds (>f phylosophen> addition to thousands of old Union sol- side than on the other, be tlMOtl'tbe one e'- EVENING SERVICE 7:15:

{ Commissioner for the purpose the fruits .their in. dim who the
have txt-n of captured town seven brick up. turning/ It over until his %

j I : of- acquainting them with. thenary .ellect: than of the directK.n'of that id.ellect carloads of home5f'e era arrived duringthe touch tells him which side .la the top Song Service. .

q t. 0 advantages and opportuni- by. an eminently tone c>f mind. week and many others (rot off from before be pats It In place lo the wall Scripture Lesson. .

r s 'Ue Qua town and county offer I the regular trains. They came in car The cure: for Ibis was to have all the Hymn 453"Will There/ .. Any' Stars?"
}. the homeseeker.; The paper will We can by means of our moral deportment I I loads from Kansas and other states; in bricks piled top up before they were Prayer. '" ,
be mailed for a few weeks to any brought to the masons. Then further Offertory I 18- 0 Worship the KinK .
: and mental influence escapeillness i fact, in one delegation lovked' after by i SermonSub: "The Path of the Ktgheous. "!:
'" whose name 18 given us. every; one has seen the mason tap his S., ,
I person prevent v certain functional the Children Lan : Co comprising 110perron" Invitation -&O--& "Saved! By Jrace.
brick Severn I times to nettle It
should desire to receive Into the .
and if they and of 'thosewhich fourteen automobile
1. r roubles IIUPPrmany occupying mortar-morf' waste of time The curewas .
thereafter we
it regularly already exist. and two steamboats twelve'states i to bAke the mortar thinner so The Pastor wishes to call special attention to the
j ,,_ .. would be glad to put them on our -- sere represented.l Orlando Citizen that Ibe- weight of the brick \\'onld settle prayer service on Thursday evening at 7o'clock.This

=* subscription list at the regular l god
r.tes-Sl per cents for loins knowledge halt sprung, -but t been I he Boys and Young Men Who Are scientific management "motion study I i and unite your prayers with ours for a higher life!

six months. the fountain of inspiration from which. .;/ AmbitiousTo It raised the day's work for the aver.age I -- ,

4 all good has come.Whether ( brick: mason from 1.000 up to 2.7OO The Executive: Committee of the B. Y. P. U. State
do their share of the work in the bricks day and In Individual cases to Convention has set the date for the next meeting for

Our Edition. world' will find the sturdy habits ,,'hlchthey much higher K1lretl. The mason made i June 678. The place of meeting is KfK immeoeo. Everybody -
,: my station be public or pn- form in their income only sir, motions where be used (10 is invited to the B. ; at 6:45: every Sunday
When we advertised that our Special vat... high or low. in the esteem of conserving I make eighteen.-American Review of night;

i 4 others matters not to me. for each ofUS and the valuable acquaintances they Reviews. ---
Edition would be issued on February make while growing a bank account,,
must live an individual life ahceach i
22d. we aid not know what stupendous *<4l prove'a material help in placing Welcome to AH !
one render his final account. WHISTLER WAS INDIGNANT.
E. task we had t tai ertaken and as it them in positions of influence and re-
later in life.Ve .. . .4 .
la our intention to make the Special Fa.lure does: not imply any necessary sponsibility The 'Ides of Buying His Pictures and .
\ are glad to accept aid. care for Then Possession. L
L Edition the most complete of any that outward symptoms, but in an inward Demanding
the accounts of boy and young men ofttJi..communlty A certain eminent English tbe
lady '
sense or feeling that may posses the CHURCH Senior League 3:00: p. m. VII
ever came out of a Florida .newspaper and to assist them inbuilding'up proud possessor of a title of fairly t high
owner of ar mansion or the occupant oi Gen prayer service Thurs. 7:16:
p. m.
office, we are forced to ask the-mdul- for their future work. decree, who admired Whistler's <<-.
a tenement in the> poorest district in Holy communion ever tat Sunday.You .
Ins to the extent of
9-11 State Bank of Kissimmee.Grd purchasing one of
gene of our patrons for a short meIonaer. the town. .- ._-- -- his. pictures, never w4s able to obtainpossession are cordially invited. ':to eaclTofthese '

but we feel confident that in of Thanks.We of her property. One day BAtnar. services.

about three week time it will be The under dog has an equal chance she drove to tbe studio In her victoria Bunyan Stephen, pastor.
take this method of expressing Mr. Whistler went to greet her. Sunday
ready for distribution with the upper'only when finance are
4 our thank to !the many dear friends -Mr. Whistler. she saidtwo yean Bible School 9.45 a. m. CHRISTIAN. ,
umcient to coat and hire good :
) pay who so kindly remembered us during the ago I bongtfl one of your pictures, a Preaching 11 a. m. alnd 7.15 p. m. S. J. Vance, pastor.

: Our G. A. R. Edition. lawyers.The brief illness and death of our little" beautiful thing, and I have ,.never been B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and f p. in.

I our issue of last week 'Lai ah. able to bane' It on my walla. rt baa Communion-2d Sunday. Bible School 9.46 a. m. ,.*.A. W. Winn.
( In printing child who is to be true to been loaned exhibition '
taught to one or an
Mr.ana superintendent A. L. Davidson
Mrs. J.
L. Overstreet. Monday- (after 3rd Sunday), ; assistant
containing an illustrated write-up of himself upon altruistic grounds, will be other. Now. today have my carriage superintendent.
Instinct f the MudfUh.Tb wilt I would like Wom&Z1".Mi... Union-Devo. .3p. m. >
} the G. A. R. encampment held in this true to humanity if possessed with the me, and to take It Christian Endeavor l'Vf.ry "
remarkable Instinct of tbe mod- borne with me. I am told It la tn your Wednesday-(after 1st Sunday). Sunday
city we printed a large number of ex- faculty of comprehension of the principals flab to roll himself la" a ball of mud possession ,_ Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3to5pm'" evening at 6.00 p. m. -4. ,

tra paper in an ip.tjon.of a large governing individuality.One when tbe dry season approaches 1* a Dear ladreturned Whistler "you Thursday Prayer meeting and choir practice every -

wonderful provision of nature Intended ask the will It Thursday at 7.00 p. m.
demand for them. In this we have not Impossible. I send to Prayer meeting 7:00 p. m.
man declare that the mission ofgreat solely, -would seem, to prevent you when t have It again but It U not Visitor! always welcome.
been disappointed. Tire old) soldier men have been to pave the way the extinction of the species. The here. You have been misinformed." ,

and their friends appreciated ourefforts' for sflll greater, and another sonar that moot Interesting fact: about this flab U And so forth and so forth to the same /j EPISCOPAL.Ke .

"Live of all remind that It breathe by mean of Its gill effect, and tbe lady drove off without ,/ :.
great men us wecan r .
and laat week'a sales exceeded .i. David D. Kidd, rector. .
when Jn Its native element and by her picture. :'PRESBYTERIAN.
'' ',I, '' ":, those of any issue of the Gazette ever make' our live" sublime. .. mean, of long daring .Its voluntary After she bad -.d1ulrteCt'Wbilltier S. S. Snyder, pastor, ,' 'Sunday .. Services everi'second and fourth Sunday -
:'{ ,..'-r\:... :"saTotteii "out.: The. issue ha not yet Some people'-have' three kind f of Imprisonment\ 'In tbS mud cocoon. commenced to poke around his studio School 9.4S .. m./A../ S. I''. Communion at :0 0 a. 2nd m. Sunday at '"
; abd. to the great astonishment/ of morning
e : '" f been exhausted however and '. Announced ,Himself. Nelson, .Ilperint.enden'" a" ,. :,;', ' ",; ' '. :.
.I .: r any trouble. Ill they have had all they friend who bad beenvan (Involuntary '' ,...1 0.> '.('rvlces,': ,l, '. i
While looking for .tragglersJust u'a .
;others-wishing copies of this edition ca'nt have now, and all they expect to. have. "'tpner' 10 the above conversation' be 'Church Service.11,/ m.'and' .T : Guild meeting every first Tuesday. ,
Welsh regiment was about to sail
Christian Endeavor 6.30 .
' brought: forth a'esnva*. p. m. .
b"e them mailed! to place in the
; any j ,
from for officer -- -
t{ Let !thoee.-who have failed takecourage, CapeTown England an Here It I...." be said.. "She wa right Prayer and Bible study Thurs. 7pm.

.. '' United States for 5 cents each. Though the enemy seemed to have found a private standing at attention about one I.blng-I. la beautiful." AndIt Visitor most cordially invited to all Your trees need attention"now. Go .'

,, _. won. in a shed. "What are you doing wa beautiful Cervices. I to Kissimmee Drug Co. and get come "e

,. Tbe Wily Gamblers Ways Are Strange Though\ the rank be 'strong, if he be in here?" be wars asked. "Please sir," I "Bnt tbe Impudence of these people." I Creocarboline Special for foot rot, used '1

the . .. wax the reply. "1 am a lunatic and I be continued " think that because according to directions, will guarantee .1
wrong '
The Jacksonville-race track gamblers i ita done am waiting for tbe corporal' guard." they pay a few paltry-bnndred pounds METHODIST i cure. 7.4t ;11
The battle not
be pr.eU/"cert.&ln of the next yet they own pictures. Why it.merely -
x seem to mj
lie was right; be was a lunatic and Wm. H. Funk Ph. D., pastor.
legislature. A* evidence this see For sure as the morning followsThe his bad bloc secures them tbe privilege of harlnj Mrs. Mercer ,J.
; guard forgotten School 9:4& a. m.-Prof. R. Wesley left for the East
_. _. Sunday :
darkest hour of night, "- ( ;; -them In their houses now ..Ddtb..n
Jacksonville M. Evans superintendent.Preaching Coast on Monday where she will join \
No question is ever settled I A Strauss Story.A '. The pictures are miner ,
: Until it hi settled right. French contemporary tells a I service 11 a. m., and 7:15: her husband.

X, :J'lan. are maturing for the perpetuation -- .-- piquant story of the composer pf "8alome. A Mee'iesl Sherlock Helm... p. m. -
o'f While the "Large desk blotters for
Florida. sale at this
: racing '
; T ." He was dlulug one night with A physician was knocked: down and Boy League 2 p. m. .
1.' story baa been sent broadcast over the The Land of the Semi nole., a party of musical friends when tbe robbed while on his Way to see a pa Junior League 2:30 p. m. I" office for 10 cents. :+

itj country by some irresponsibleparties conversation turned on tbe cumquat tient. Ills pockets were rifled and \!

to that"racing was to cease (here January (Dedicated tx> Minnie 'Moore-WilBOn. Oons of the kaiser. Some of tbe one of the articles stolen was a clinical - ,>rt
Jj lit the has been thermometer with wblcb: be bad .
their opinions
j pursuing bad
guests expressed '
( i whose authoritative history of the Sem- earlier In tbe evening taken the temperature'of .
the even tenor of its w.y. without pretty freely when Herr Strauss put
If. inole Indian inspires deep pity and sym a patient. He remembered t.
the slightest uneasiness. Themanagement's bis finger to his lips and said: 'ShablYou t'I
{ 'pathy in vanishing tribeo4lf-t noble tbe temperature registered and
should down the compositions
before never
'1 plan are to rn.D
; redmen.) also tbat be bad not shaken down tbe
: the .legislature with .a proposition to of crowned beads tot company mercury before putting the thermometer

9, r/,1, -. .' tarn Moncrlef Park into a mammoth In the gunny land of murmuring waters, There U'DO telling who wrote in his pocket He communicatedthese We Are Now Ready R to t \\j

r 9 fair to exploit the products of Florida, Fragrant: with sweet flowers and orange them. I facts to tbe pollee. Some time

in connection with the racing." .blossoms, Some Ucttsrs.Au I afterward a thermometer registering!: -

The last legislature put a ban on racetrack Where everything is tomorrow and bas discovered the Identical temperature was discovered
ingenious person
In a pawnshop and tbe policewere TAKE ORDERSFor
< gambling in this state. By desperate nothing matter that' the three most forvlble. .letters In enabled' tbereby to track: the doc

efforts, and$ through means with I There where wafts the balmy breeze our alphabet are MHO energy", that I tor's assailants and to arrest them.

t' which this.class of gentlemen are familiar Through stately Swaying pine*-softly the two wblcb contain nothing are U

th. bill was amended to become signing T empty") thai four express great corpulence. The Wicked Majority.A Copies of f theSPECIAL
0 R C T lobexltyi" that two
; .
effective and after the
next July next O'er our senses stealing and sweetly new gardener bad been employed

h r '....101'1 of the 'legislator Palpably, seizes, are four In Indicate a d..lloe.I exalted D K station decay X: L that N on a Long Island estate. Tola man

the prime object' this delay .was to In rapturous bliss our hearts from wayMrard and three' excite our was raking leave off tbe lawn one fall -
C (excellency)
," hare matter before another I day when a oeicbbor passing by. Inquired
1W the brought straying fears yet when pronounced togetherare -
4 assembly Of the state' representatives Dwelt the nobl work
;; A in the hope that a majority of Seminole. -L E G_ (elegy and leg) who used to" .
{ tbe
"I>ead. *lr. was reply."Dea'df
the member could be so controlled or \
tbe astonished neigh
' ': ; "influenced" as to repeal this law, or 'Tin music sweetly pleading to my soul Willing; to Compr n\l... I bor Then said musing be added "Joined \ pl
The shells' gentle murmuring "Didn't promise never to do that j :
sea you
so nullify or modify its provisions as tbe great majority, eh?" 1st
( -- OF THE -
l'' to render it ineffective.It Seminole Seminole again? | Oh.. sir" tie gardener.Interrupted' In !

+ remain to 'be seen whether the The wind's. soft sighing! crying; Seminole MYes. father i a shocked voice. "1 wouldn't like to
"And didn't I to wbale you
i' ', track gamblers have a sufficient number !Seminole=; good l if 101tlldo'I'V" say that. He was a good enough man VALLEYGAZETTE1-1 1J
Oh I love the land of the Seminole theSemirfoV know.
of the representatives-elect cor- I "Yen. but I broke me promise and as far as I a

rectly spotted to carry out their won't bold! you to 'ounr.-Toledo

?' cheme. The decent people<< of the I II Blade. Caution.
i .. Nature's dumb minstrels( in sorrowful batl( I bare this prescription flllrd .
state demand that this (Infamous business .
I asked I J
tune. To PointAt without fnrtuer consultation .
\ be driven from its confines, and l 'he . .n
,g Dirge the tragic poem of a vanished'race a tesrhrr's conference one of the the pnllenl. I
hr they will\ keep a close watch: on the tbe physicianVlir ,
the "Certainly, replied Which will be ;\
i ; fl<'b'H"il prlnrtiMilM. rue to propose ready
+ weak-kneed. legislators fand; note for In the warm night made light by southern toast "IJ>nr live the teiii tier*." nol :* I .
;:" future disfavor those who line up on I I And n meager. piillld assistant InRtruitiir "I 1 thought' maybe I'd belter cnll Inn -
I moon : In about three weeks -
4 the wrong side of. this moral i.sue.- Erhots there In n i hdlnu ,....11.ked., MOD'I'huI7.I..1I..I' riuudwrlliui.: en 'rt."-WanbioiclonStar. ,
4 the (chant here, and everyplace .'
Lakeland New \ -..' home JournaL ,, \ .'
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fci, ., liThe first issue of Palm Beach County, Breathe the spirit of the Indian tripeSeminole. I ")>I<1 the man wlnmc. uutu was In colI''l.'iw There Is. on.- "'",'d which may nerve ,$'
1J "-jT published at West Palm Beach has I om-'H life .
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1: hint nluln:: Kiviit a cursory ex | ,;.
*** 'r been received, with D. II. Conkling as l&iu& What yutl. do
In the sand's soft crunch, in the river's nmlniitlonT'It; curd I Is reclprwtl| ,

t .s 'edJto There are thirty-six pages, ills 1 '. il1"T'1p.: i i mmniliM. 1 (butt way sir."-Baltimore nut n'I"h done !" ..vountel/, riot dla < -PRICE 25 CENTS\ PER COpy. :

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advantages the -- .- \ ,
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x -PanrTeach[ County Bbouid.not hilt IKS-MUM* m> few people klrs. Ilo.vlpl. l there nlurb monvjnyotir I '1
'"! Why I.1 l'd"I..e.bow to give, It.-Leigh Hunt. tint! Mrs: --Hoyl-! w' iniM say I IY Ir
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4 The Klsslmmee Valleu Gazette.I Cement or tile sidewalk. Guaranteed Mr James ."Carson of Jacksonville,,arid M .- Aaron-, Puterb ,
s.. augb, of Messrs.' E..G. Pearce and W,: *!.
r J forever. Prices right. AUerton has been'ipending'a few 'day wJUhJiia-<-Logansportj arrived in the Garner Announcements.
TELKRHONB NO.". ,Ind. city president-elect clerk, ,
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,. rr" Denig.. ii Su. ,, parents Hon. and Mrs. ,C. A. Carson Wedneada7,fremSt. Petersburg;,where respectively of the new municipality of > __

.PUBLISHED f EVERY; 'FRIDAY I-Mr. W. ')I. Wood of Nelson.. Va., is this week! Jim is engaged In'practic-,1,1ing tbey have been spending several. weeks St. Cloud, spent Tuesday in Ki lmme.. for. Mayor

j_ numbered among the admirer of Kis law..wiUt; his uncle United! State 1 to look oviet our dty'befora' returning and visited) the city clerk's office Investigating

w:: BYa_. simmer lands. He came here from 8 htor: N. P. Bryan,, 'and his many i to 'their Northern' home Mr.. Puter- ,. and getting in line on the 1 hereby aaDOUlo.Mlf..a candidate.. for, 'ethe
OffiC XIM"a..s.
41 1iI..tt4'.I: ? Mara Of NSpM-
Sanford and has ip nt-several days riends are.pleased' to. know be, I II making -. I baugh received a few copies of the Gazett. -' official, duties of their. respective p al. f nlly ool Id Q t*. of my fell"I\ (\

irw.WeatherReport. A and 'tats very favorable of locating good. j before coming' 'to Florida, which tions.. .They also favored! the (Gazette H, C. "TAHrosp,

. with us. J$( '..Mr" E. .L. CadyrX-Decatur.: Mich:,induced j him to make a.atop here.They; ofd'with a visit'' and spoke "h pefolly '" .... -

; .Mrs..J.M.'Wood and little son who arrived in the city I last week,to join have secured roots |n the new. Bea of the outlook for 8ti Cloud.under itsr'eterUy For Marsha! and Tax Collector.nnouno .
man building:. ?' established municipal!
were scheduled to arrijre from Atlanta Mra. Cady, who..bee& here several ) government _
,. . "" .1 lI.rebJ'' *_;jMlf ..a MBdldtt fwr
x at Friday on'visit to*' Dr. -M. J. months for the benefit oi bar health, I Mr. J. W Miller ? *-..lMi
).. Following'are M daily ternperatures Alcka and family.'were: detained on me Mr. Cady called at the Gazette-office I I and which purchased windmill A few days ago Marshal McPbatter Dbll..,...,., : ..........dll. *l ....wovkmth + I
and precipitation M" pump County Commissioner *tame .".m, to the ,.rft_ of Mr... '
count of illness but on"'Tuesday on .expressed himself as received word from,Conductor White
cam on Tuesday :
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: Lesley was for hia lit*IB Ui.ft tor.. : ulhivssbowa ..tile....
I 'rep rted by the Government .evening; highly pleased with our climatic and private waterworks of the fast freight that" passei through n. pertrelly. .
plant the Installation
the ..
.'station aiKUaimmee for other' conditions, of the here daily at noon, that hehad lost his J. ..cr_6.a, i
Feb. 23i; 1911. Fred McLaughlin's horse, attached to city waterworks, and
week,,ending bIB dray,,ran away last Monday'after- Capi. and Mrs J. E. Barton of Parish; ,I has m.ovedlt out to.hi. suburban home .a&ehelewhere in this locality, and -

'fi.:i ? '. ta41 8AUI noon,, striking'a post at the corner of li. y.,,who have been spending some where be is erecting a waterworks system 00 Wednesday marshal discovered! for Marshal and Tax Collector

'Friday. 76 eo .. . Church street and Poaalel avenue and reeks here the guests of Mr. and lira.: for'his own use. Mr. Miller ha one the lost itnp: alongside the railroad, near a, r.gaest, of a 1r**namber of'b.qll l1II1..
th'e lake with slash in Its side said
< Saturday. 81 68 -.. doing considerable. damage to the wagon Ediek, left for their borne last Monday of the haixlaomest suburban properties a VOtoraof \hie elty.1 h...MiMd" to annoano*'

1 Sunday. ?.-. .'. 83 68 . and harness, Captain Barton was delighted with'his 'around Jssimmee., and ir. continually slash being sufficiently large 'to permitthe myself<1ld.M nonce. owes of City 11'I'

visit to our city and in adding; to both its beauties and grip' contents being extracted steal l ud'Tu Collector u I era familiar wliaU ,.,,
60 tttenot its con
84 may
Monday . . very !
Hammock Grove, that beautiful property which was neatly"and thoroughly done >.dutlMCjth.ofll .Tuesday. . . '14.6 . on Ingram' Island, haa been .distant future, return and become a permanent veniences. .dlwlwrc* the.duties of Mid office to the bt >'I'r

Wednesday. . tIS.l .. eased by its owner/ Mr. A. E. Drought, I resident' f- Mr. Bishop. C Kilgo occupied the. pulpit of my ability I MspMttal'y Mitel tbs .lallono -. ',.
4 p Mrs.. Thomas Freddy of'Mo .and npport df all law .biding ctUcent atlbe ,
. Church last
. 62 36 at the Methodist Sunday
Thursday Dr. II. H. of and
to St.
:' Taylor Cloud Mt. and Mrs..L. C. Makinson of Pitts- Kees Rock., P ,,w ho have been sojourning nnci olnctlon fur City pmcUli, to bo bald y'Satldd.y

'. that gentleman will at once take up his burg, Pa., arrived in the city Monday In this city for the past few weeks e' eningandpreschedtoacrowdedbone.. March 3Stb. IPII.. ,J:,
.J _. ,-- residence there. The Bishop was here In the interest of n-lfull6, j
,. \ night'and are the guests! of Mr. and left for'their Home last Tuesday. They Southern College the denominational n. WII.UAMI.
80.00 Mrs. W. B. Makinson. Mr, and Mrs. will stop en route and few r
""- ----- permonth straight salary and spend days institution of the Florida Methodists

y expenses, to men with rig, to introduceour Makinson are former residents of this at St. Augustine. Mr. Preddy called at 1 I and his theme was "Christian Bduca1 Mayor's Proclamation.

: j Poultry Remedies. Don't answer city, and have a host of friends here the Gazette office before leaving and i "
THE LOCAL FIELD. / tion. lie was accompanied on his visit Un-1..r and by virtue of the pow.r vested In
I who are glad to have them with us, even ordered the him '
unless sent to for
you mean business. Eureka pap'r a year
here by Rev. S. G. Lawler, presiding m*. I, T: M. Huro&r,Mayor KlnlmmMOUjr, ;
f Poultry Food Mfg. Co. (Incorporated! ), for a brief visit as ie expects to return to Kiusimmce elder of the Bartow district, who assisted Florida,do hereby aDnounnr., profiting and de- 1

I East St. Louise III. 6-41 and wants to keep in touch with the city's clara I hat an et.otleuwill be held at U>. City .
__ __ Mr. )E. P. Dann of in taking a collection at. the
"' W% 1AA one St. Cloud's progress.! -__ up 11.11.\) In 111.1! City, duringIho legal hour. of

1IS, -Capt. C. M": Frazure returned to Miam Mr. S. B. Aultman returned Tuesday most enterprising: merchants spent \ close of .the sermon, which added something voting on Retard.,.the :2Sih lar of March. A. .t'

"y' r. yesterday. ; from a-visit to his grove at.Thono- yesterdayjn the city transacting bus!l- 1 like a thousand dollars to the treasury D. 1911. for the purleaeof electing the following. ..
Of late there has been several .... . '
cases of that splendid educational Institu lnnre to serve a terry) of one pest, via
for !
He ness. Lon was years superintendent
Born to Dr. and Mrs. C. 1* Hyatt,. toaassa. brought a handful of before the mayor's court for reckless One Major,
of electric tion. Bishop Kilgo Is a fluent and interesting -
that loaded with our plant, and provedone .
twigs were
orange One Clerk
on Tuesday, the 21st, a son. horseback riding, and Marshal McPhatter -
uloom and states that they are a fair of the most efficientofficers that Kis :, speaker! and his sermon was One. MaI'M".1 awl Ta.OII.tor.; .,

Mr. T. G. Duke and son Eddie, spent sample of his entire grove. simmee has ever' had at VIe head of requests the Valley Gazette to say! highly enjoyed by the entire congrega- On Treaujrer, \;.;
that he regrets exceedingly that he I silo to serve a term of two yore, '. '
< the day Wednesday in Tampa. any of its public utilities. j tion. ?'. s. '.
'v Another artesian gusher has been was forced' to arrest several of our I Three Members. nf the City' (VmmilI 1,

Mrs. M. Tiller and Mrs. W. M. Alexander .struck in the very heart of our city. Miss' Elizabeth Bickerdike, who has young people for that offense, but that 1 Mr. J. C. 'IPalmer was down from hereby auiolnt R :M Kvuna, p. W. Stalker.
week. and H. V, pfann Inspectors. and A. D. Gilbert
visited Tampa this Mr."Harry Thurman in sinking a four- been spending the past several monthsin he is compelled to dean in cases where I Windermere on Tuesday and made the a. clerk nf said e ...."on. : .' "

Mr. J. M. Massey, of North Carolina inch well"in his truck garden oppositethe Chicago! returned to this city last riders care not for the laws or '!, Gazette office !an appreciated call. Mr. In "Irlln .. wha/eof. hare herimlo. *et my \

," ia visiting i his cousin, J. W. Miller. depot, recured a flow of one, hundred Friday. Miss Bickerdike is interestedwith the lives of pedestrians, and hopes that Palmer is one of the stockholders and l lI isI hand ai Mayor of mid city, and caused. the seal
Mr. S. B. Aultman this will I also manager fofa company of Northern of said fit lo be b.rsnoto.laid ihU 24th day I.I"
: and fifty gallons a minute. in his extensive warning put a stop to such
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Meek attended I gentlemen who recently purchased ..ev.I of. !February, A, D. 1911 "
operation in Kissimrnee violations of the law.
the celebration in Tampa this! week. Mr. Leonard -Frazier, who recently trucking I eral! hundred acres of land around IsealJ I ) T. M Murphy..
and is
naturally delighted with the
of Klaalmmee
Mayor Clly.
arrived at St. Cloud from
Mr. Frank Duke left Mohday for the magnificent crops which have been Mr. and Mrs. Carrington Barn and 'J Windermere which they are developing Attest 1cIt
Tenn. in Kissimmee.Mr. .
Bast Coast where be will engage in spent Monday grown during her absence.Mr. little daughter of Jacksonville were in and getting in shape to start a colony. (seal II) J R. OHber, Clerk. '
Frazier is well with Florida .
pleased ,
-=- tomato packing. the city for a couple of days the forepart -,I Already Mr. Palmer has built himself a

lit and contemplates opening a grocery G. H. Simmons, the engineer in' of the week, and during their residence, and is now' having streets Notice. .
Miss Tempie Bass spent Saturday St.: Cloud in short time. stay .J
store at a charge of the Caterpillar
I. and Sunday visiting friends and relatives roadbuildingm here paid the Valley Gazette a most \ cleared and opened up for the buildingof Our wagon will be in North.Kissim .. ,
hine for the Southern
in Orlando. Rev. C. .M. Brittain a former pastorof pleasant call Mr. Barre is presidentof a little city at this favored spot. The mee every Monday afternoon and South ,

f / the local Baptist church, but who ., spent a few days in this city this the Kissimmee Valley Land Co. I lands of Mr. Palmer's company are beau- and Central) Kissimmee Tuesday afternoon ,"
Jack Baas, the popular proprietor of week. Mr. Simmons states that great tifully situated,' being on considerable
has been editing the Baptist Witnessfor owners of Kissimmee Park, and was for the purpose of picking up I
the St. Cloud Drug Co. waa in the progress is being made on the roads in l is almost entirely
elevation, which surrounded -
the past two years, has resigned here to look over the business of that laundry, and we would ask our_custom ,
city Monday night. his position to accept a call! to the First the southern part of this county and company.: He expressed himself u by clear deep lakei. He states ers to have laundry ready and on porch. : '

Kissimmee was well represented at Baptist church at Columbia Alabama in a few months Osceola can be proudof -much pleased with the manner in. that he has already sold a number of lots All laundry must be paid for when delivered .' 'al:

Tampa's 143 per cerit. census increase Miss Minnie E. Neal of Jacksonville: Valley.her road: system in the Kissimmee! which property in the Park is being pnd is in receipt of a great.many inquiries or it won't be left. "

celebration this week. state regent of the American Woman's bought by homeseekers from the concerning his property. 9-11 Edick alt O'Brien...

I North and West and stated that in .
1'- Mr. Peter Hartenstein of Principo League and also stag president of the Two more gusher, artesian wells were
,- finished by Dibble & Son in Park Gar- each instance the purchaser was high Old papers for sale at this office Old for .. this office/*
.. Furnace Md., is here on a visit to his W. C. T. U.. came down to attend the newspapers at.
dens last week on the truck farms of ly pleased 120 cents a hundred. at 20 cents per 100.
y" nephew, W. B. Makinson. formal opening of the new chapter _
4f house. which was held yesterday after- N. A. Clay and C. W. Stute. Both +N
1 ;.I 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stanford were raise the feet
noon and evening.The water Hi above the surface --
. :' among the Kissimmeeites who visited the pressure at 6 to 12 inches aboveground | +

the fair at Tampa this week. members of the Roman Catholic being so great that there will ,

faith wish to extend their thanks to
t Dr. W. L. Winn and family were evidently be water sufficient to irrigate
of Kissimmee who
the people so kindly
10 to 20 in the
this weekto acres dryeat. season.
the visitors to Tampa
among patronised and helped them at their refreshment -

attend the celebration in that city. staml on the 14th and 16th Last Sunday night,' while the family

Mr. Grant W. Baker of Shelby ville, .February; (or the benefit of building were sitting! in the parlor, the foot of t

':;:. Ind., has arrived in the city to spend a'Catholic.cburch. the housef School Commissioner E. E.

'' some weeks enjoying our balmy climate Brown At Campbell caught fire,.;:evidently -
. I,;: ,. .' : Mr./'Geo: T.: Sfngletary,. who has been from sparks! from the chimney, "

I. .: Mrs. W. B.Makinson' confined'in the hospital in Tampa for the but the' fire=was discovered of
". by-one t .a,>'
e "At Home"on Thursday, March second the,past sjx weeks,where underwent t Mr. Brown's children in time to prevent w

from three to five, to .meet Mrs. Lewis a seriuus surgical operation, returned to much damage being done; only a
. Carroll Makineon.C the city on Saturday greatly improved few buckets of water.being required to

i it and he now thinks that his health will be
extinguish it. _
The Rev. David D. Kidd will hold services completely restored. : -
ills Jean Caldwell informs the Gazette -
e in the Episcopal Church on Sunday Rev Father Fox, of Orlando, will
that she is .
the and making preparations
next. Morning prayer, Litany
come to Kisaimmee Saturday Feb. 25.
to have built an up-to-date greenhouse .
sermon at 11 o'clock. There will be devotion at 7:30 in the I and' ,.
go in for floriculture on a ,
t 'Mr. R. F., Hemenwav of Boston, evening, in the chapel at the home of: i large scale. Miss Caldwell .an experienced w;

I Mass., bought ten acres of fruit land at I Mr*. A Tresa, and will say mass at 1 8 florist; and understands every .

Kissimmee! Park last.week and i is having o'clock Sunday morning at the Fraternity '. branch of the business. She expects 7. : '.

a K' it prepared for a grove. Hall ope'ra house. ? to be able in'a short time to supply all

Mrs. N. A. Clay arrived from Mt. Mr. S. S. Griffin of Windemere spent demands for cut flowers floral designsfor

. Vernon Ohio, Wednesday nightto Wednesday in the city, and placed the funerals and other occasions, plants,

join her husband, who has been spending Gazette under many obligations to him bulbs, etc.

some time In' this city. by leaving some., delicious oranges at The Kissiramee Concert Band playedtwo

this office which came from the splen-
barber of Mr. Kenneth days at an auction sale'of lotsin
The shop Butler -
did owned jointly by Mr. J. W.
Lakeland last week and decid
is being fitted with water and sewer rnade a
I' Miller and himself. ed hit So well were the citizens of
connections, which will make it one of

the most complete in the'state. : .Mrs. C. A. Barnes, who has been that city pleased with the brand of music 1-

confined} in the Church and) Home Hos; furnished, that -they decided to
14 r. S. B. Aultman ja having a neat cottage emulate Kiseimmee's and*
pital in Orlando' for several weeks returned example we
erected on his' truck farm in the
to the city Wednesday much understand a movement was started on
northern portion of the city to be occupied kJ'a
the to band for
improved and unless unlorseen complications spot organise a that i.
by his foreman Mr. Neyland.The .
arise, her complete restorationto city. Nothing like setting a good example

Valley Gazette i is,in receipt of a health is assured for our neighbors.

handsomely embossed invitation to be PHOTOGRAPHED AT
A most delightful social session was Mrs. Raymond C. Moore of Zephyr- I
present at Pensacola' Mardi Gras Carnival -
given by the ladies of the Woodmen of.hills who is one of the most popular
to be held February 27 and 28.
the World Circle on Friday evening last visitors toKlssimmee, is here by special

"" Mr. Otto Cheateman of New York in the lodge room at Fraternity ..Hall.: invitation from the American Woman' KISSIMMEE PARK "

r'"If', reached the city this week and has accepted Refreshments of sandwiches, cake and League to attend the formal opening .

a position with Mr. B. Dickersonin fruit were served, and a splendid musical and reception at the new chapter house. v .

the manufacture of concrete blocks. : program was rendered. Mrs. Moore's vivacity and charm of --'

We learn with much pleasure that manner have won friends for her allover the under-YOUR "
A very quiet wedding was solemnized Yiou can -occupy same position treeV -
a) Mrs. M. J. Hicks l is steadily improving, Kissimnnee, and placing her on the :
by Judge W.: S. Harwell in his office in -"r : ,
and In a few dais-.will be entirely cured the'Beaman building reception committee was a very happy ( ,
Wednesday evening -
1y of the injuries she recently sustained.! thought Mr. Raymond Moore was one _
wher he united in "
marriage Miss of the originators of the St. Cloud colony Less than 100 acres of Fruit t I
Mr. L. L. Dickerson! of Fitzgerald.Ga. Gertrude Frost and Mr. Orrin F. Web t
and Kissimmee is much! indebted to .
.; l ia visiting his parents, Mr. and ster. Both parties carne; to Kissimmee j* Land left on -our tract J* :
him for his efforts in behalt of this sec
Mrs. B. Dickerson, and is charmed recently; from Oak field, Wis. tion. ,

with city and delightful 'r
: our growing Tile district convention of the Masonic
climate. About two weeks ago, while living in
fraternity was held in Orlando Wednesday
t St. Cloud, Mr. Wm. O. Leonard aged
v 'CUl't. C. M. Frazure of Miami arrived and was attended by a number .
sixty-nine! was stricken with appendicitis -
in the city Monday night, and his I of Masons from this city among whom
and and
peritonitis, brought to
been here were C. W. Dann S. L. Lupfer II. E. I
( spending ,
friends the Church Home and I Hospital) for treatment "
yl A big his many old ad l I' U r..el-I, Gale H, N. BrjUton, J.; W. Hansell. F.I and operation, whiqh was performed KISSIMMEE VALLEY. LAND CO. '

4 after buhintsa matter W. Stalker, W. 11. Patrick and Roma r
I4. ,i Thomas. ; but> the disease had 'lone too

." ; Mr. F. J. Cullin of'Ph nixville, : I j far, and on Monday morning he died. .

it reached: the city this morning; and P"'j: Mr. J. H. Hiscox, of Fent n, Mich., The body was prepared for shipment to - J. E. MATTOCKS, Manager '

:. \ mike hi,,' permanent home among arrived in K''ssirnmee last right on a the Northern home!, and at the chapel of

hiving I accepted 1 a position' as plumber I health seeking tour, being a sufferer Undertaker Arni trong Rev. Chapmanheld >

+t; f wish' Ihe Osceola Haidware Co. from rheumaiixm. Mr Hiscox stated the funeral service, and there wasa KISSIMMEE = FLORIDA

.r' t.;.: Cu'"en" is abrother-in-law of Mr. E.Mr'l to arepresenta'iveuf! the, Valley Gazette large attendance of friends and com- -

>> Kul,', who it will be remembered spent. I this morning that he already felt much rades of the G. A. R. The body will be .
.1.; . a couple of weeks in our town-just better, and that if he continued to Im- accompanied by Mrs. Leonard and takenon .

". after the holidays and who will return prove Kl ,,immoe could! count him among the night train.; -Orlando ReporterStar. .. : . "' yo.'"
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!:1i"i"" ,r .-Pick These' 1 DAVENPORT another kind of man. whom' the world' ..-. ,;..t

can get along without-'the man wbo.
." The ,More You Investigate ,..0 Items'of I because he can not take a little harmless '
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1- The Belter We Like It. ..j. joke, knife* his neighbor in, the .

i . . .IJ" i I.! : ins Littk Town. 1, back 'Jy ti' SELLINGREAL[ r .
Mesdamea Leach and./Munce.
went to
) This: Haoasome Plorlda Bungalow I Here Is 'a Fin ,Grove of' Kino Our eomraotiitj was terribly shocked Kiaatmmee >
J Will Pay You p veM Per Cent Healthy Big: Tree Bight on theR..lrollldCo..ty when on-FrIaay morning It "'.. learned Tuesday/
and Mrs. Jacob
of Beady'Lake
Roed is
Clay that spending ,
Mrs. Sharpe had died of blood .
'. on your Inve ltmenL Just :around the 1 1I I Went Door, to tit. Cloud.' ; poisoning. About three weeks" abs the day with. Mrs..'Petersen. ,. ...
,comer from the busy business cen- Orange grove magnificent/ ,,.trees ago '
+ 'r ter of Kissimmee-the lot alone being.1)I big Just sold. 12 acrea located on had a slight bruise on the thumb of her q,
k worth a neat sum."This: handsome crest crop at ridge giving fine view. of prairieand l left hand, but It vrus not considered.of Dr. F. G. Thomason : "
t .1It' Florida atone bungalow la, cleverly Lake Tohopekaliga. On-clay sur a serious nature until on Wednesday of .
''t' y pl"nttd-lltone pillars, step, etc. Elegaat i' faced boulevard. within two miles of last week, when' it began to swell and I PHYSICIAN-' and SURGEON [ [ESTATE[
'interior Florida win.
flmsh'of hard {pine, poliahed St Gknid.; Beautiful site
floor, art ftN-placell-lianitary'' ter residence ot country gentleman.Price to look Inflamed Dr. Sinning of this Office
f pl.mblng-"roofed with asbestos shingles 8000. !| place dressed the wound, and she Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126

which are absolutely fireproof and indestructible thought it was nothing more> than a .. - ,. .
and will lust -a life time. Here Are 10 and 2O Acre Farm '
pt" A beautiful Home .Within a Stone's Throw of ; felon: THurikiay the inflammation { .
Florida home or will rent i -T. //ft. RIVERS D. /
In Hor'lda and at extended her shoulder, and a doctor IL
at more than seven per cent on the.low the Llveitt City I :
price of $3ooo .. One-Fourth the PrlceOthora Ask '! was called ,from 'Lakeland} lie pronounced I IS MY. C. ..'
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i Kiwaimmec S' bl'rbanF.ame some poisoning and insisted .' \ .
Y !. Another Bran New- Florida within one 'and .thre -q' miles of I that she be taken at once to. the hospital ,Pffloe oyer Oaoeola; Pharmacy"'

.Bungalow. town--3,500/ people as neighbors- where she could have the best of 0

Located right on the corner of a fine light schools,, telephone, churches: Why leave electric comforts I care, but it was too late. After great PHONES'-r(r Office Residence 148 63 ;
business lot and within one block of the and pleasures of, civilization and suffering she died in the Lakeland hospital

tr of Kissimmee" Thereia go out into the woods when we will on Friday morning. The bodywas .. U :
a business demand for thia Jot right
now. Handsome business building to veil you one of these, suburban farms I shipped to her old home at Aurora
at a lower price. Best bargain in undeveloped :
be erected right next to it at once. lands on the market-we III. Deceased leave to mourn their,
n I Business cannot go the other way asMain challenge its equal in Florida at twice loss, a husband and one daughter, and' W. L. WINN .

;' ., street ends that way. Here is asure the price. TO and 20 acre tracts at'$25) a brother, Mr. Hitchcock of this place/ PHYSICIAN AMY RU&dBON: . '
profit within one from date
year an acre/ifi t tame payable to a-bank. also a host of friends who will rote her ---"t .
If i to who
one wants fine modern .
any aDIIMca Pena X*. [awrsat. .
home during the meantime. Rent Have a Town House in the Countryand ,, more than we can eay. Mrs. Sharpe Orrtca FSOMB %. !:LomDA.DKl :
quick at $25 a month-big demand for a Perennial harden for Profit was much loved by all who knew her. AND .
I houses in Kissimmee. This is built and PeAIt the Days in the She was always first to lend a.helpinghand J. W. SIMPSON .
I last like the bungalow described above Most Oentle Climate; In the '
1.: I bat is directly on Main street. SNAP World. in times of sickness 0"trouble. 1 \ .
at. ,$.),noo An all round dear, good, motherlywoman DENTIST:
PKGHORN-lamed: St. Cloud suburban

r J A, Uaady Little Farm, Fenced and you garden cao farm have. semi-town On clay boulevard and country where Her, it family will be hare hard the to sympatey do withouther. ,of ,, Upstairs In Katz. liulldiniEHoCBS. to 1I\\ 2 f :

In Cultivation at the Price of Undeveloped home. Just the thing for retired busi.IIOBH all Davenport. > : .' KASsi 1: : . m.m. ; I HAVEBARGAINS[ -

t. Land to Hay notl- te[; of people} ) middle aged homeseekersand We heard that Mr. Dahlgert, of :St.:) Telephone No. 76 Jun.6l Ivr.
the House to be Thrown In. thn>e who do not care to lose any ,
** of the advantages of well-settled suburban Charles 111., was here last week, butw \ +
f. 12 acres in suburbs of Kissimmee. communities. Some land under did not lee him. W. W. CARSON D. D. .
41 / building lots sub-division on one side, high state of cultivation --darkchoco A number of Davenport people went OBNTAL PARLORS?
n houses other. This fine little farm late soil best Florida, ask
on ] in any ex to Ki8 imme to the G. A. R. reunion,
has I 5 acres under cultivation-five-room I pert. All the pleasures of agricultureand RIVERS BUILDING ,
house (not plastered but almost new) horticulture as hobbies and a handsome and enjoyed it immensely ovaw O8CEOLA PMARMAQV
all under fence and worth $225 an acre expense income it you wish on Bert Barrows, the crack shot of Davenport \ 1

Best bargain you will find in many ,these acre and'one and one-half aoro has killed another alligator. -fF10' [HOUR, J 8 TO Jf er/o-a L
All for / from $250Don't .! I .1 TO H
day. $1.200 i 1 tracts l at $100 to !
ThiH one wall over 11 feet long. It had i
lU home in Lake Olive I
near Mr Powern' -
:M.l WLM.N| ( )
J J. JH.,
fail to write me for Information of any place. Bert allot it in the eye j I

at the first shot and the enraged beast \ NoTAH. I I'llHl.lL . \ -,
kind and ask all the questions you would like to --= / --1 I
put up a hard fight. coming for Bert / STATH AT LAHOK.V H
I. have answered. I will send you a personal letter who wan! in a small row boat, when I ,

the water W) feet with Real Estate .\g nl.
wan deep
and: give you facts---All FREE. | open
mouth and would have cruxhed the KaylMM-: ': "' 1.0

;0, frail! craft like an egg shell but when, RII"f

but a few feet 'rom him. Bert raised, R. D Waring
his tru-ty Winchester and the alligatorgot W. S. HARWELL (

A J a steel ball down hit throat. IIi REAL ESTATE r ,
went up in the air and when lit' rarfit-
down Bert let him have another in the Notary Public at Large : I -

I ribs which finished Mr Bator That )'1'I'f'\ iloberaon's Pharmacj i State
Rooms 7. and 8 Bank
make. ten for Bert allot he has the KIS 1 r.,:llEt:. FLA. Building,

1 I hided, t to.prove it I !

Miss. AgneH McAITw hat returned. to r. A. YANG AONaw W CHAWKORp

- - Chicago to finish her course ,n munic VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD KISSIMMEE '

+ Mr. C"lyd Harvj and wife went to i FLORID .
Florence villa to upend Sund iv. Attor.eya. at La.w y. 1

i '. -- .:.. Mr. Cha",' 'lor and family will sown' j JTia.rY::. Public I : . ,
return to St Elmo: III. krrhmkrritlwill I IOIftI.
r Fertilizers ... I :'. ,'IM/.M IlKtlk I !ftllllllMIV' I
be hot down here lor thin
I .i i 'Ideal too him KISSIMMEE FLORIDA -:=-=- ----'=-= -=. =.-- L ,' _
Hummer. Well it is pretty warm and ,
will be warmer, but we like it here. all t I
.1 Best.and Cheapest i. I I .
,. < We are sorry to learn that Mrs Ben- NEW HOTELA.

;. Celery .Lettuce Cauliflower Beans : net who came here from Chicago last Attorney-af-Law I' CEMIITRAL .

1,7. ', Tomatoes Cantaloupes. Potatoes '* .'' : fall, thinking to regain" her gopd: ( health, LTON Proprietor. ..... ;.
.. ,
!State Bank .
Kldg.Kissimmee "
Is '
not improving"M 811 her ,
rapidly :
A' i,- 'C Send for I. FLORIDA'YiGETABLES. .,' ,. ..... friends hoped for, '. ,', J Florida .".. ..'." . '' ,f, ''. .. .\,,' 4 our booklet It contains ty I JW ,; " .... _- ': ".. ..' .. " . '1B',iIi'' .>.''I..<.. ',',, \, !
Mr. B has sold his \ \ t '
directions for raising all the principal products.. of ,the ap )WnB cottage to '" -- ---- -..- \ 'r
State,.carefully revised and brought up to( date by our most successful : Mr. Lyler, w lcr.wlrr occupy it as noon Newest: and .
,A :;; growers. No publication on this subject contains. such .. tut Mr. Bownn and l family move out, -,
practical advice. All gardeners should' have it; from the owner : which will be sum. as they intend to I !

,.' of the small home garden to the largest shipper In it will be : return to their old home in St. Charle Most Up-To-Date Hotel;
l W'f und the special IDEAL formulas that have been constructed Mr. 'hamblptm and Mr. Lyler have
;, by careful study of actual Held result, They are invaluable, being : each set out ten acres of citrus fruit
Surveying Strictly Modern and Fireproof t throughout Located 10
trees" since our last letter This, with ark
.- perfectly balanced and from the RIGHT SOURCES Ct :
y a : the BEST and make MONEY. .. the other acreage;! of trees, makes just center of the City and Adjoining Passenger Depot .

v V ,. Call on out representative. Waters & Canton Urocerv; Com : :au// acres net in citrus fruit mncf Jan Drafting /

' pany. or address : uary 1910
1' The future of Davenport: looks brighter I

>r 1L.' .:: Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., ; very day Now if some more of QFPICE IN FRATERNITYKISSIMMEE. HAI.L: American Plan $2. Per Day: $

"1 -. : Jacksonville! Florida. :: that aamo Just was hauled out and puton ,

Ii' L...............................'" ...-............................:. the, roads it would make teaming FLA ,
much better. Automobiles can hardly .
) -
s .. puN through between D ,"'.port. I>ndHames

Work is In (pr> r" < o the I t* .of
[ Tii ioneer Plumbing Shop Mr Lahman, pre nt of o
Co. He will h > ehe n ,i- winter 'ir the Lake Region oj ads

4y KISSIMMEE. t'LA. rl i. EDMUND 8WABEY PROP home in this t tim: wh< h gets i rucking and Farming L, In largeor .

f. .- - through with it. '[ small tracts.'"
1 ,
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Our school wi soon have n u ditfbn CITY PROPERTY!: A SPECIALTY.:,
:} '.. J 0'' SANITARY f F'LUME3ING l O' /
of nine pupil family| wt. se name
List your property with ma for quick
+ tJ. t TINMIMCa AND BHE :-T: METAL WOFtVof < did leaf f
... I IIi. we not is x: crtecf hen this sales
4L it .Gp.clal -A.ttoa.tion. G1V'en. t:I All. :Repairs week. At the ate the nurr.nocjjs, increasing a ti

. : we w nave to an addi- 1
k \. -- -- ------ - - - pu H. M. Breaker & Co. .
: tion hul a
to the k and another
"b" employ
_j ss Phone 2U Office: Broadway Shops: Orlando Ave. -
-- I when school opens next year. Box 178 KISSiMMEE, FLA..
If some of the Northern city folk could
v.v .
--- the faees of children
---- see healthy our ,
---- -- they would not hesitate a moment in I. :
-- DOlOR
'. coming here with their pale faced little M .

.. ones We would not exchange a one- i
If it is Something to weal -
room palmetto house In Florida ford a .

mansion in Chicago If we had to spend '

We Have Jt.xCome ouVllfe.-there. We have been there. //'i
: Estate
.. By the way, who is Rex of Tracy- Real .

\ borough We enjoy reading that part

in and let us show you. of the Gazette, and would like to form .
..s\ '- the acquaintance of Rex.

1 v ""\ s s*.9== j I j I' Another show went through Daven- KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA 0 tiTHE HOUSEKEEPER'S "STAND-BY" ,

port without stopping. They showedat is First Quality flour. This
-- --- - - --- is what
REMEMBER Hainea City Monday We have .ai>Ile u/k good cook knows-or
\ some brilliant home talent which might r"i every ought to
: <<
know. For
be utilized here as well as not. The light, tasty, nourishing
Our Store Stands for
It' young folk: need entertainment and bread, biscuits and muffins, insist that

k ALITY" must have it; if not at home they will Real Estate Agency. ,, the bag or barrel has the "QuakerCity" -4

have it anyhow. There ia no harm in a .. : label-in and '
? J red blue-' somewhere -
quiet dance in our homes, and the young sold t ti
i it. It's'the miller's
folk enjoy it and 'should have It. We Realty bought and upon direct

,, .+ have not much faith) in the Christianity Houses ranted. fr guarantee that theflour First Quality. f

r + C. W. DANK: of the man who .say grace at the table Taxes paid and Titles vera,

and refuses to niingl.. with the rest, i ified for iion-residents. j,
p ,u; who are often better tbantiimaelfattd Fire, Life and Accident. IntunLnceJ f QUAKER CITY FLOUR MILLS CO. _
t't t't'k '
' "THE STORE OF QUALITYA nine times out of ten he wil .rob his I PHILADELPHIA

fellow man or his fraternal brother of : Indemnity': :BondL .J -

hat be fiaa ,:earned. 1e have .- .- w, ......

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A J+ r Come I y 0'e.. : :' .' ; Hills. i i .

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Good Soil Good:' Water, Good ;Health,. ,. Good Title. f' .

, H J' ;Come', tp : Zephyrhills Colony, Paseo Co.) .Fla., e


Ze'firhills o'01 Another Remarkable Thing ''rl'rlk
") ::>: :rt.y : f. v l

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

T well pleased when he sees the land many buy more after arrival. '

1 is located in the hilly region of Pasco and Hillsborough Counties. The : More than Two Hundred families have come here from other ..-/4'fl.
railroad'depot, as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line rail Colonies in this state and have bought here And the most of them x- J.

i';!I road is 187 feet above ...level. Many ot the surrounding hills rise :- 4. have built aqd are well pleased. Over l.OOO heads of families t

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

:1.: . hill anywhere. The soil is a reddish yellow or chocolate colored .no Kickers Association" and the Colony is not on the 'defensive );
f loam. In many places clay and rock croo out. No more productive against complaining Colonists. The Colonists are satisfied and .
t upland soil can be found ,in the state. Corn has been known to yield! 'I contented. 0'' t ';

over 40 bushels per acre; while the common yield of potatoes is from .. .Zephyrhills *is a regular station" on the main line of the Seaboard 'Jr

"" 200 to 200 bushels per acre. Eggplants, Onions Cabbage Tom Air Line railroad: The station is still known as Abbott All t

toes Beans Tobacco and In.fa.ct.all. farm products do excellent'trains\ stop here and one may go from here into New York City I

soil. It is the perfect soil for peaches, plums and pears; change of cars? 38 miles by rail from Tampa where : '\.

for oranges and grapefruit. .' the Mallory S. S. from New York make regular weekly trip Also

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

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

, .. '. after passing through yellow or reddish clay and flint rock from 50 to I \. leans. There is no doubt but what this is the best Colony in the r,

80 feet rising in the wells to within 15 to ZO feet of the surface. I State in which to locate. .

Not a trace of lime sulphur salts or other mi:1er&" be detected. i Yow can'buy a S-aere tract of land and receive with It a tow. lot for $Ta caahi or, for $82.BO payable
It has been analyzed and pronounced Pure Water. ,' I $7.BO gash ..d,8. moth for 15 ..0.. No timber or turpentine reservations to: .uoo you 1
I'I' off tour land. Title sound! poe.ea.lon Immediate and abaoluta. "r'',
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Come and. See for Yourself. If you can't come. today, write! Address w

: Zephyrhills Colony aaaaaaa Co., ,..

Zephyrhills, Pasco County"PlrQida. "

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Publication wrath ol range thirty rant, dd appear to tbeComplainant' Notice of Application to Sell Real A'DAV.
Order of Order of Bill of (omplalnt, herein filed, WILL YOU 20 CENTS STAND 7.
P 1 the Circuit Court ol ihe Seventh Judicial In the Circuit Court of th. Seventh Judicial on or before the Kule Day lu March. A,D., toll.tOfWlt Estate. .
Circuit..lib. "State, of Florid In and for Onceola Circuit the Htate of Florida ID and for Ooeola *- : on the Sib day or and month of M.r'h, : HOME ?
T, Baaa, B. Horace Notice I.I hereby that the II
County, In ChaucerHenry ConntrIn Cba ee" aobert eta*the ald bill may be taken a* con r.'sped. given underelgned .
.. Administrator of the entate of Walter Bean a* iiardian of th. eatat of Ollrlne And It i' Further ordered..;Thit thin order be executor of the "U>t will and testament of 1.
Sr., de .*ed.the add i Henry T.Ban, In bU Zella S."..., minor, complainant, ra. Charin published onue week for twelve) oonsecutlreweeka Henry Nicholas OreniMa, deceaa..d.. ...11110.11. i or --, T _._ ____,_
own right, and Cola Ba .. hi*..../ Miry N. ... .-.....*'. a. rsomdo.dminMlrater of in the, KJ..lnini"" Velley Oaaette a application to the Hon George F. Parker. Yon can buys> _
Bau, willow of the did Walter bags Br..deoeaaed. th*..\ate of C.A. Camming, deoeaeed and newspaper pnblUhed la sold Oaoeola ooilnty, County; Judge of Oaceola, County State of Florida .
.. ColumbuaC. Bee, Bertha.-., Partin. Sarah CummlogsDS; b.rl CummlnB Jacob and of, eneral circulation In said county in Probate, on Monday, the ltd day of
and Henry O. Partln her huibaiid, Ella fartin Cammluc, Mary WUliaxu an4 Jennie Wltaeaa the Honorable Minor a, Jonea,judge March 1911 at 10 A. M. on paid day, for aa r* $1000. to .2.000, ,
and John Fartiu her huabsnd Leroy Fnunp.;a. .hair of old Map. and all peroqa of said court and my hand ..,clerk thereof, order satborWogthg pals nt privet aaU;byaald
. .. ;') Boat,. CI..toD.a.. ..*.' Kdna Boa, and norm claimlQ an totem In the property In 'andth official> seal of paid court thla the 1Mb executor, of the following denorlbed real oonly, "
I ) Bella Baea, Infanta,by their het friend E, a. this bill described.defaodanU.. rorecloaure day of December, A*.,1910Arthur .' elate Inaald Oaoeola County towlttVoutiieeat f
Van Agnew, a* helra of aald ....te. Complainant "of Mora.... I K, Donegau quartet of the northwest quarter ,
I ,
{. ': *. n. Henry C.Dmvlnon. ,. Frederick To Wbom It May Concern UreeOnaJtap- (..all] Clerk Circuit Court.. '. and the weal half of the aortb.....quarter of ........ ....,;; .
IN'"' W. Davtaon &DI'ohD! M Hnghay. Olla P. peering from tn. sworn bill of oomplaint filed V.D Agnew eV brawford. Section twenty.flye(76)i thaaonlh-half of S.... S percent' :
Uughey. teal, of the eaUte of L. P. BOI"'I in this. cuss that there' are pcraona latareatcjd :Mllcltora.for Complainant. fil-ltt Ion twepty-aeven (27)); .th. *onth_t quarter ,
deceased ....sail peraona claiming la the property lotoly.d-In-ilI snit other 01 Section twenty-nln (19)): the.aouth half the simple interest :
eat ID the property described In able Bill of : than the known defendant*, and'that-tJ e- west half of the northwest quarter, the north-
Complaint. Defendant. Bill to remove aanea'ofaucA Bereana, an lntei*.ted. are unknown Notice of Attachment.In I east quarter of the north wit quarter,the north
.'. cloud from title.oj to th. complainant sad thai roust I* half of the northeaal quarter and the aoutb.we '
(Whom It If ay Concern: prayed In the pay bill of complaint a.alnatnob Clrcmlt (4)ur7th JudicialClraultof Florida, .t quarter of the northeast quarter of Beo- Return the principal at the rate of S7.60 par month on the $1.000 ,
appearing from the worn Bill of Complaint unknown dtndUata. In' and for Oaoeola Count*-Mary. Vaunler ; lon thirty-three (,,); the north half Mrs jiving you TEN AND A HALF YEARS to pay back the loan. Can. I I" i,
died In tl.I...."**. that there an per It la therefore ordered that allparaon.claimin and her hnaband n. Robert B. Wall.o.-To, nortbweat quarter of the eoulhaeit quarter pay off the 1 Ipan.aa aooo) M you like. Stopping Further Intereat:!.
S eona Intereated .In the propertj Involved In thlaault an .....{.., In. and to following, ; deaorlbed EUbert B. Wallace defendant and all other the aontheaat quarter of the southeast quarter t I .
other than) the known defeadanU; and property altuated la the County of Oeoe- pnorj Intoreatod In the above entitled and the southwest quarter of Section thirty Jl v* r
Intonated, (SEi) ail In Township twenty-five ((4) will to paj off that Mortgage or guy or Build .
that the o.m.uOf such ova Stale of Florida, to-wit: cane or 'any of tba land hereinafter deaorlbed South Our plan help you '
are unknown to the oomplalnanta; and that relief AU block H, I, J and Kof;: K. B. P. Droujhfa. : Range twenty-eight (get) But containing. *eventeen a Homa. Why Pay RentT Wnta u* for literature explaining our al '1
la prayed In the aald Bill of Complaint addition to the City of KUalnmee.aooordln. to You will. take notice that on the Alh day of hundred. and -twenty (1720) sera more in detailsTA.rraaRa
.cam*auch unknown defendant: it. recorded plat addition.Do October, 1110, anlt waa. Initiated against you or lea. ,
.ilI It It Iborefore ordered that all persona clalm-'! appear1 to complainant Ml of oom Robert B. Wallace. ,In the Cironit Court of the Dated. Kiaalmniee. Florid., Ibis. 27th' day of
tb. loc an. Internal In and 10h.. following. deecrlbed plaint. herein Bled on.r before the Rule Day 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida In.and for O oe- January, A. D. 1811.HAROLD. : : : : :xO: aa 00:1),4:: :P.r.. ,
property altuated tn the County of Oeoeola I In March, A. D. ml. t.w.l 0. tW math day ola County, In attachment by Mary Vannler... CUTCUFFK QBBNSIDE.&ENRY OURRY. BUILOINQ - TAMPA. FLORIDA. .
__ and v Htate_of un JI'lorlda.lo-wltt-- of sod month of March bet .......... Henry. Vaonler; and that writ of RALPH a&IEN8IDJC.
The Dorth half of theNortheaal quarter of And II la farther ordered. that thla order bepubllahed attachment dated October. 1910, wa*leaned A*Exeoulon.r the. lat Will and Tatamnt afHaury ,
Section T".o..A"'ID'TO..Dahlp Twenty-five\ onoe a week for twelve. roaaemllT by the Clerk.. the Circuit Court real Nicholas Oranald, Deoeaaed, C. A. CARSON President < '1r.. (i:'HYAM."ILEORaTAXT: ij
South.f Kaojr Twenty-nine. Kaat do appear to weeka in the Kiaalnui* Yale OaaetM. a of aaid Court on said October STith, 1910 and under Van Agnew...4....,C..ord.Au.o. ,
toe Complainant Bill of Complaint beraln I ....peper pabllahed aaid Oaoeola County. and by virtue of paid writ of attachment I ntNotice. -
filed on or before the Rul. 0."In March and of (eaaral atrcrsJal1oala..J4 oeaoty.Witneaa have levied upon the following deaorlbed I lot, The Waters & Carson ,
D, 1M1. to-wit: On the otb day of the th. Boaorable Xlaor.. Jonaa.Jndfe tract or parcel of land allnate, lying and I .
montte of March: ele. *the aald Bill >.U1 be'- ., wed Court aad jay Wade Clark being la the County- of Oaoeola. and Statapf I /,
an.* _..I.-ed. -A.\thereof,ana tne-offlcial aaal of paid Court.thai. Florida to-wit: Notloe U hereby given that the underalgned.
And It la further .ordered thai this order \the December,A. T>.)>!*. undivided _..balf 1nUret. In aonta half will apply to the Legltlatnr* of Florida to
publlahed onoe a week for Iwrlre Ou'I ABTHUB. DOMKOAN.lSeal) of Section tW.DI".D2'7,. south half of Dec I convene in Tall.baaaee In April of this year, Grocery Company
wee** In the Xlmm.v.n. 0_.. ., Clark Clrcalt Court. tton: twenty-eight (:III), southeast quarter of for the pyaage of aa act prohibiting fishing lath
newspaper pnbUahed In .Id Oaoeula By Buabeth Johnston D. O, I 8eodoalOtJ"Dlo. ((29).orthert) qn.rter.adI'b waters of Oaoeola county during the mohtba
of circulation In paid County. Tana Agnew Crawford half of aeotlon thirty! three ((38)), Section
and general Dealer
BOlidton for Complainant. of February March July and August of anyyear i -Wholesale and e\eJ1 'InuR0CERIES- ,
o Wttnau the Honorable Minor. tone*.Judge (5/endnortbweetquarter-of Sec \ '
with .ats mine or net, or by shooing, gigging -
of aaW Court and my hand a*Clerk thereof, I lion thlrtT-flv (SA). all In Township twenty or with any other device; ali
and the official opal 01 aid court thla the l&th Order cf publication.In \ Ove (K) south of Range thirty-one (SI) Eat netting during th* other month Prcb1b1l1D'1 ,
day of December. A. D.,1910. Ten are,therefore required to appear to the with a aetne lees than four and ahalt Inch
.. ARTHUR K. bONKOAN. [Sea>l the-Clmult Court of\he Seventh Judicial paid action on* the Rule Day in May, 11111. the mesh. stretched except the pocket and 'wings
Clerk Circuit. Court. Circuit of th. Stat af f'lorId.. In and for earn being the jit day of May 1911 and thai : of old wine which hail not exceed .......,- ,
Van*Agnew. tt Crawford Oaoeola eonety, lachaaoery. Anne palmer default thereof judgment will be enteredagalnalyou. five feet. In length; alao requiring llnenee of ,
Solicitor for Complainant Al-llt Fell aad K. Nelaoa Fell fear husband complalnanta .
twanty-flve dollar to flab with a seine fraToldent
e6: ..,. ... Loa!. P. lifMaw F.K. Oltrer a* Witn** my baud and Heal thla SOth day of J.... of the aouuty, and fifty dollar from WE SELL WE BUY ,,I
Kxaeatorof the Laa Will aad Tet aaent ofNaaoM nary A. D. 19". non-reatilenta ot the county, and .xeaoptingLake "' :
Citation of Administration. cVOlUer, deceaaed; the MId r. M. V C.T PREV An. Tohopekallga' aad East! Tohopekallgafrom HAIL HIDBS ..:.. r '
Oliver, In bla. own rlckt. aad 'Juliet Oliver Sheriff Oaceola County.Ben ---
.Court of the Count'Judge State of Florida: the provlalor of said act '..
Batatc of Htella Q. Wright Oaeeola County his "1'..Anal B _.... sad f(to C. Bryaa; .Palmer. C. 8. ACRES GRAIN FURS'
Notloe. Credltora: h'r'hobanOU atair and J. C. kfaaeee.hercaiband Attorney for Plainliffa 1(|..lmlD"". Fl*.. Feb.. 1C 1911. s stAdninistrator's r
1td.I. Oliver and Helen OilTr ..
AU having d.btlj or demaoda .gain.tThe FERTILIZERS .
5,1.1.peraona of Stella O. Wright deceased,are bla wife,atuby Canon and at. B. Canon WOOL.. : )
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hereby required preaent the name, duly authenticated her husband. Thael. *V Oliver and CU Oil.r Notice .for Publication. Notice.. \ SHINGLES
hla wife And all per.eeselstmlaganln.
law AND
the tlm. required by
Indebted to laid Kitate are re tereat in the. nroperty la IhM MU daacrlbed.DefeadanU. Department of thy Interior./ U H. Land Office oLD creditor, legatee, 'dlvtr tboter and all ORANGE BOXES .
aad all persons Bill to B.BOT. Clond fromTitle. at Oalneavllle Florida) ,January 21. 1811. persons having olalnt or demand agalnal the ;
\ quired. to make Immediate AH.payment DROUGHT.dmlnlo..tor to . .. I Matte* I* hareby given that Henry 8. Fettled estate of'atherlne A, Htnrtevant.. dao.as4late ORANOE WRAPS ,0 ALL
of Stella O. Wright. Deft To AU Whom It May Concern : Whittier Florida,..100.00 April S. imtvmade of Oaoeola Co.. Fla, are required to nreaant f iVEGETABLECRATES
Estate tf It appaarlac from...._ora bill complaint Homaatead Entry Ho. MOM. (Serial No. 03900)) thea>me to the underalgoed.dnlv aotbantlcated. COUNT X
wed. Bled In lids oaaaa.that there are peraon I..- for NE)(.Section, Township SI South Range within the lime preaorlbed by law or same .
tereated In th. property Involved la IbIs taM, M Baat.tiaUabaaaee Meridian baa, filed noticeof Wll be barred, and 'all owing rid ...... are CRATE NAILS PRODUCEWe
+ Administrator's Notice. other than Ito kaowa defendaou; and) that Intention to make final Ore year proof, to eataallah required. to make Immediate' aettlemant.Ni . r
<< Notlo la hereby gleeOdhddbet..e to creditor, leratera, the....._ of pooh ...-.. ao lal.r.*.*.. are claim to the land above deeerlbad. ,before B.Canon,
and all'.orraona baring alairaa or unknown complaluaaU: and that relief the Clerk of the CJronlt Court, at Xlaaimmaar Admlntatrator Katale Catherine A gtartevaal,
.. damaada"" af alant the, e.teteof J. C. Dine, d. I I. prayed la,, th. said Bill Complaint<<: Florida,an the lt day of March 1911.Claimant deceased, A'-I. 1911.< sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
..... ...... .late of baceola county, will prnl the such aakaawa -............ namea a* wltneaae' : March 10. 7-St We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping
...* within two yearr-preDerly autheoticatad I* M Therefore Ordered that all person L. L. Fertla.of Whiul.r. Florida; -
willm.b. tourist la and to taw following J. D. Smith\ of Whittler Florida; ... parties.
and all persons. Indebted to said patois elalmlnf an The Largeat Organ. ,. '*'*
.latmediat. payment described property altaated la the eouniy ofOaeaola O. E. Baaa,of Whittier, Florida; Tb. Organ In the town ball of 8yd- Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.'
JA8. L. D OTTOS.AeVnUalntrator and Stale of Florida\ ao-wlt: K. B. Willla, of Whittier Florid. Ley. New South Wales, .. said to be We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask! us for circularand '
Ebl t. of J. C. Diu., Dice ..... Lota 1 aad. t, ,or tb-. eiaeUoaal sorth..91gaarkref . HCNBT 8. CHUBS.S I I tbs largest organ la the' world. prices on fertilizers. '
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? I ry' ;LAKE! TRI ; \ | / ,, }ftissimmea.Agent Florida.,, i..' : When, wishing: to buy your little gifts "why not look over, q'. ,
a'varied stock of presents ranging from b I
Cases. Fixtures Safes .
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Typewriters; 'T ql .J Oc to $16.6O a1IJt \ .:. "_ .
THE ACELL-A'': . ., .
. Scales and'' Offic "
Leavesthe- City Dock Dally at.' 9:00: a. m., and2:. I Filing Devices.. '
'' .l 1f ; 'Returns at HZ6.; m.. ap.d fi::00, p. m. : .-< "ye<.I1'SHOP": 1:.>00-; ". ;
!: : AGENT FDa ""I I1
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-FOR-r-- l \ Lewis Upchurck CO,_ \\1' '.. :- .
'- ;ra .(Something. Different. )) . I
\' ( Grocer*!Hay and Grain. -
KISSIMMEE PARK> Hunting Fishing, and Orange Wood Souvenirs, Carverf Cocoanut .
;, & CO., Packing House Products I
Heads and '
:Jabacjco Jars Palmetto Wood Novelties
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4 *l llci< titn AIkeatTAILORING '
{ e, f Tarpon fish Scale Novelties, Alligator e
: : iiN.+Yti# .......... .erkvt ksa tott s..swvtei... | 4 I., .4,'iods;,, Beads, Soulwir"ards and Hoots, JT-mas; ....
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Cards Artist's Afalerials Hox' Paints, arid .
'qKISSIMMEE.. DBTJG- : I lionery, Hand Painted "Pictures. In fatcl Novel- I i'

J lies of every.'l'iplioil., ,
A\OMPiETC ,L I N C OF 1. '. r,:
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E M r., tl' 1 : DRUGSDRUGGISTS' = I i I U ss art few :achieve, bbl Best Selection of Mechanical Toys in Town "

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SUNDRIES, ' \' : i | : cel All Others In,KissimmmieAl.udo .
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.:tl...... #. se....*..........+rw ae............ Dyeing Repairing !+:+ ---- -- c -,- ----- --- = +.o.

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M 1 y I :+I: First Door North of Pps toff ice [ .
/ BY SAVING MONEYDo .\\ kinds of Real Estate. i .. "
% *%%* "
you want to be Auec.-ssflil J'.' Stall -a\u:>K( noW' 'I'ot' your """" and Life Insurance and I I ; 'f
Fertilizers. Rent There you will find SHOES, HATS,

THE CITIZENS BANK, OF I and .Collecting Taxes paid Rents for a ..I I ii' DRY ( pODS AND NOTIONS all of best i I IIi

We have more Savings' Amount". than any olin-f Hunk.,! inGarrola quality and lowest prices. i
J County o. MEEK Ii

A Savings, Bank loaned KKKK.: If you hnn't |..r.xurtlone lm"lee. FI a. I tall! Before'Buyiug Jlsewhere."l' _-- l a .
:r do HO at once. I ,
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W H NORTON '+++I+I +++++++++I++++!+I .+++++++++++**+++++++++I+I++++++
Y' Aarvua F DONMIAN President ,
MI I .M IM|. ttldlX, Rs.
W. H ARNOLD r .. ,
. . Contractor and Builder ; t I ARCllITfCT : "&earden. Building* : Block from Depot f:.

(' .. -- .......... for All. Classes ot Buildings' I
..;i '. I'r: l_......_ A./0 EatrIMAltt" NIMM' <0 FrcHh Florida of all kliulN.

; I guarantee my work when (completed tu 10. I r '
just as contracted fort I rr-Srapdlmo. I POULTRY. EGGS FRESH FISH

.. 1 v P.O. Boa e.7 I II.ed.nn. Upr" Id,o.dr.vKISSIMMEE I Special dllenliun !v Jfrate!!!,Ortlt T.'; and Free
\, FLORIJA W.. Griffin.. ''Delivery to any pad"!ij, lilt (',/\ TIQHC. tjW
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,\' ,ytooooooNoo.oooe.o.o- I"W 1'w./ F GroceriesAND fr I,'I II

i :'.t-, EMIL MACH ERNEST """":- I
I i'.i' Actl9t..4 rd Oil Co., FRESH, MEATS I A A

-- :MACH EaOS-:: \
.4 I Every &iicited HourPatronaa't '
Feed and Sale Sta !' /.'
; s Livery, '
KiMimmee Phone No. 8 Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturer ,
Agt. International: Harvesting Co. ,
: '/- Cook on patents. ;Hints: : to inventors.'* "Inventions needed.'* .J
'W, ..T..:Ir: KINpS;: :HEAVY'r: ::: -I3A1T1:. + ::: ,FlemingCLEANING ,"Why some inventors fail.". Send rough sVu.h or model for-
,-,' search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. GreUey: was formerly. "
class. We render
to Everything new and Acting Commissioner of Patents, such had full charge of
satisfactory service day or night.
I ; PRESSING the U. S. Patent Office.
i6 Kissimmee, Fla. Phone o & o "

f'' ''\.-" ..N000OO.Neo........ ; word be called-t my tor house-and- returned.nod oloihH I o WASHINGTON, X). C. 0
Y 1 \:,-. ---- -, - Guaranteec I o '

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t: . company-: ,

: Osceola Hardware
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:i ,Rough and Dressed .. in its employ a first-class, up- \

.'' WINDOWS, DOORS to-date _plumber and are prepared r 1

SHINGLES. LATH, BRICK. LIME to furnish estimates. on. all kinds


.n r .$ ..:;1. Free Deliy, ry to All Parts of City j* BATH ROOM AND TOILET

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; All Fixtures and Work
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'r' f ".ny people do not know whit r Balik. ("pll.II' for, or the d'ff' r ; / .
I ;f y ;, I twmn bank of little or no t fiplial lOud on with r \\mrge cuplol. _
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..for IIIIDII Upro th depulltorK from 1 I" ,.bH..ror". the, l lr lamer ''I l i '
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A loud of 'll.I':! >OOOII
Tiol.mrsnatbatwenthatIo.e$11AOINto11bsroreonr/ depo.I...... oould OSCEOLA HARDWARE co.
.to Thin' protection 'lit for YOU f .
\, v S. L. LUPFER< Manager .

; K'. ._'.........-0.-.. FL.CO.CO. .
b c. ... CARSON. President. JPH'II/ \.I..ld..ot: M. UtI: B, 0.\ '(

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}.J t7\ W. C. BASS Proceedings r oft r WHATJT COSTSTo .- ,

I $ Wholesale andCRetnJJ) ?
< 1 +1 wtwt .oolt ? Dealer the'''School Board liver in I KJsshanfoe and Wages ,

-' for liwra srr.SM-a.a., awe w7a 11Sa.; 14.W.Iare..a1 ser.gaIa,6 ir. ., Usually Paid. i. I FOR :

k re. ter.. tzar..aes w save.Mrr .
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Pork and The table'' of 'pri to Mnear
r 1Mw M h..Ir11r aye ea. Fresh Beef following e. .
-i'll. .r..4r.Ao. irr .w s.g tact.y KisslmmFla..-, 'Feb. 7, 1911. -
accurate a.)( U poelbla] UJ obtain,
"y a 9ttaae.geaOL a- .' Tb Board of Public Instruction met "
Y_4.d+,.. .dd lu ,r ts.W.. . tn regular ._kIII; there being present and Unpublished for the;) information of r .
: a i.'e. Mntfbn-
taw. w +w a. C W. C. Bass chairman; Ii:. &. .Brown .those contemplating. acing to this city; SA.LE1" '

-reed d A....... ...ur .r Jf and W, W.. Chandler., AIm ,W. J. Floor........... .....;.p 9A I. ..60 p.bUmok.d R rw..
'\ I Superintendent.,, I 0.-:. <,::.n.r 1l a N .wta per Dw '
.j ASHC DISINFECTANT CO PHONE 44. Minute. of the last regvl MUIoa Pry Bait. Hn.a...., ".t'J.k w.S5 _lb .
TA14PA.JLOn1UA. wen hiane ,""",".. ,vl _Ie M D
read and '
approved.B. w ... .s410 lt (, I
l! ASHEts RA tSALtaaaw. C. Miller, eooaty> treararar. r.- ksr...,r.4(' . aM.eetp ill "Uhdidded Half Interest a well located tract
.+c. .e.r..r .....
I P ortd aa follows II-P- SS.I .. pM
Irt.b ...._ .f . Ii a _Lr.lFr..bFleb. of Tsvjuable land''ripe for development safe and'''
To the Honorable Board .f P Kllc Instnsetion ,
S.H. BULLOCK ..... .. .. .. .. .tiler; $ _N ?
e e In and for' County ..., ...._1 ...... .;.. v err profitable. ELEVEN THOUSAND, a
41 1 herewith tender report.Treasurer o. 1. .. .
." . . .. ., . . ' .f Osceola County 07 for the. month.f ..... ...... . ........i-lit DOLLAR DEAL; of which $3OOOmust:
Agency and Bureau REAL:ESTATE 'JattMry, ,A. D. 1911. r-a.....h p... .. .. 1Mp lbn I J ash. ''Pull-particulars ,interested parties who
pllyit yit yitw
Employment > f .
; b.1.a.. aartaYi.oloeL from la.t r .*,MS tflTe w rrer..:.. .- 4:u .mean business! and are in a position to act .
DrIM.- .1 M lY lit
I )l Of Information. INSURANCE aaal, xes'a from Tax CaL, tax.. . -MT 38Tesaitre Drill. .P...... I} 1. 12 M p.r lit We can place a few loans absolutely safe, {
\,*/ ,,_.Tu pot, polls MOO ... loUd" .. .]saltp.rlbl'ssnpoan4 {
I}/! W. H. fARMCR. PROPPUCTOP .. .11"144' per lbChess. food rate of interest, ranging from $500 to,
Examination'of Titles a tp,4rJ.2D ., .. .11IoI110
Ilonaea to rent. Itoom.flU'DIRhNl l orunforlahed. . .. Black-Bind. P.M. .....1Ie .....110 $2.OOO each. Can furnish any kind of Florida
.( Kltnattona NCur..1< for "" By1..i4..D. aa par llatfotml. 2,08141 3nioiu. lie t2..0 iulMl .
Me....-!>eR of everf kind eontiiictml strletly.ap.edsstHaL .. ... ..... 1.ln 74 ''off**. .. .per. Ibl. ll\eto p.r KM per lb }Investment desiredCorrespondence ,. f,
All |.er onN ha *.lux hoUMw or Specialty. -OOL . 7W . . .. 80.p.rlb .
,, ronmeto rent are Invited to ..nernir mv term .. K......... . .6De5.p.r.relloa
....,.. n. III
Cm'0 over U" KOLA; DKUO 8TOKK with SOliCit.ed. To bal'trom" report rgn. TOO to 400 dnenrhitk.n
+, B. M BRKAKER; Klaalnmi-e.. Fiends orresoondence: 'I'D.mU-'yood' from tax oolleetor.*. . '160l 1 Fn.n( .tfe to prr#.Vt MhChlclunc ;
t icroini :. ..1I6e to Stto nch () Solicited.EXCHANGE. .
e. 1 l Corn. shelled Me_bushel
balsaee . . 116.1
Br O.U .?1Ie ffw buihc)
Bjr vald wartast..u perlUt.By If 07 OrmnM In season II CO tojl "0 POT box .
balance 911114 (arpmtn.* .".60 to..Y fit) m
', BUck.mlt.lm., .. || 5C to{.1 Btl
ilIteinihotisand CMoOb"o -Dirr. ISO a ILand.abbinc tlll.OO to$.!*,Ial> men ASl
Acres To bal from taut report .... ..._... tD f." ('._rlnc land-.tumplag fin' 11\1 to t21>00
To ant rceet.edfrom' tax coil..rtor .' 63 11.\ Man and T_m . 14.00 to,"1 00
:\ -, - 1lom.I ."tl'Mulci .. *1.lr0 to $3.00 FOR' : .
('arch. Irirlnjc to food same)' .
a By Ilalanoe' .. 411 $tlip Waflon.. ?. Sift.\Ml Mid up > !
Plow $3 50 to_'I2. 0Harrow.
paid warrant. an p.r list 110 II .
\ :OF' Hy bnlanre. .. BH VMUOOL f45 to liO t711..toIKTeachera month> '
SUB-DIST. ..u. 4. Wood per .......' 9 .7\to$ VConforming'
To iMtlnufu from last retort| ... tt 6S .
MUCK' HAMMOCK PRAIRIE and TIMBER LAND To atnt.nvolved From tax, collnolor 4 S4Ily
With the Ordinance.We ., 4
biilanoo 13 VI .apply the water test In accordV.
I Including the Famous Southport By Laid warrantees |>i>r list S M Well improved 320 acre farm in Graham County ;
ance to section 16 of the City Ordinanceand
By balance 6 M I Kansas worth $8,5OO to exchange for Florida a.
guarantee our work in every respect Itr
GRAPEFRUIT GROVES B. C. Miller. Count Treasurer:
; 'JA
Warrants in lhe' sum oj $ ..226.30were placing the quality of material property. Full particulars to interested ,parties. "

as the ordinance directs:: thus safe-
examined: and cancelled in open guarding tle from sewer We also have a fine farm of 160 acres in But-
) gas ,
FOR SALE session. which breeds di elUl... ler Co. Kansas worth $7,6OO to exchange for a'11
Bills were approved and warrants Issued The Woneer Plumbing Shop,
as follows: 4-tf Office phone 214 Broadway. Florida property.We He

I Together\ with entire-stock of Cattle ahd Horses of the Lee-Par- W J -....... ".! "01" I 100 00 --- --- have 320 acres in Atoka County Oklahoma'

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W U Ban mem Florida Maps.
feons. Cattle Co. Although the live stock can be purchased W W Chandler mem board to 00 Price $20 per'acre...
: B B: Brown mem board 100\ Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley 4
separate from the lands and houses. . The above are good property but owners are located -
8 C Miller. eom trees 20 RSTalley Gazette office a pocket map of Florida ,
I Uuaette printing 100\ will be mailed to any address in the in Florida and- will exchange for property
For lifornattoi i Call 01 M. LEE Kissimmee Fla. K M Kvani, aal ahoul 1 J60! > 00 Ivi
JNO. United States. We can also furnish here. '
Address Almena Lvltqrr anl achool 1 !HO 00 .
or Mr. A A Himpann Hal I M-00) maps of Osceola county at 91 .each and

Hadlc llamerlck, sal. Ml I 00 will be glad to estimate on sectional maps ,
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--- -- -- ----- -- -- Emma Futcb. pal W) 00 .
of kind.
11.1. Cbol3ton sal MOOAlblna ) any __
sw"b..i itCH((0 Nelson Realty
Edna, MeKenale, Ml. 60 00> Curing a Snake Bitty .
Trunks and Suit Cases at CostWe May C. Bryan. sal '-000rlorrla This tt how the Indians of Central '

Overatreel aal Ml) 00 America cure a snake bite: They pin .

Emma vowell, ..I -6o) 01Mamlt the unlucky patient to the ground and Company 9si

have decided ti close out the above line and increase Woodall "Ml 40 00 wind strong creepers above and below .
.,... J II. Hteffee, aal no. 4 iS OilMan "
our SHOE STOCK which is now the most the bite until they cut into the !fleab.
Pherlpo aal .
complete in the City. allies Dale sal no 7 50 00Medora Then they; apply a live coal to the Over Citizens Bank

-===-== T=-- --: Russell, aal no tt 40 00 wound to cauterise it and follow that i ?

.. Cbas P Belkuot, aal no 9 40 00
S trunks sold at $5.60. cost $ 3.78 1 amt case sold at $7.75 5.48. i Hoaa R.......... sal no 14 S.', 00 up by; rubbIng In a mixture of chewed Kissimmee Florida >
garlic. this
1 trunk sold at $9.00. 7.112\ suit cases sold at $9.00 6.98 F B Harvey sal uo 1 1\: . 40 (W' tobacco and crushed By w
,. suit Bold at $1.75" 88 time tbe victim is nearly mad wltb
3.913\ cases
2 trunks sold at $6.6O battle Leech aal I Do 16 M) m
11 trunks sold at $8.50 6.89 1 suit case sold at $30.00 25.00 Delia Leechj sal uo 16 10 days 1"1 60 pain and ready to kill everybody; In

Km Lawson sal nit 16 17 day :88 25WI. sight especially wben he nods, as beoftendoea.

1 .. HoMeD, aal fluids! eta,. i76 that tbe snake was 'not
% 4a Margie Alderman, lat no 3'i :M( 00 venomous. .
Come early as they will noon i>e gum We assure "I .
1. L Jordan pal no 40 2(! 0'' '
..rvit' '. .
up-to-date ( '
you Katberlne.8l>adoBD. lat no 49 S(> (110 Ofd papers for sale at'[ this olf.ce. 41 J tit

DewietnAlderrustlm2n21rw1.Bustle Lawaou;no :'Jb, 2 mm: IfOOIl fcO 00' .20 cents a hundred. :(t
L M. DeWlcton Aideruun.n'6ills no 4 g.,WJ GLENN- REA-GIN' ' & i

Beanie I.......". ua-$2 '".., sub <\1.\ 4 low Petition- for Special Tax School ,
A B Drought InMUr ch no 10 41t 00

rti Nettle (liodgea. aal no 12 . . .. 3.\ 00 District. ADVERTISERS'::
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Nettl ll odgr. no 12,sub dIa VJ.. .I.. . .1AOO \... ",. Cloud' "..January" :/. 1111 (, .
I Water. ell Curnon <]ro to."1' Jur no i,.. !Ie TO tbd Honorable Board of County Colllml.oIou. '.J. k
RocoaUhofi.o..pforD .wt 4.h41./,,( h Sso en of Oroool Counir I < .r "
The Finn A Company, booka 1 ., .,fa-4ffi! \ >jjl' 7. We" the undorf Igtttxl qualified doctors renidIns ,. '. We prepare and olace copy '.'' _\1"'1t.i,\; !1 '
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', .W e compile and booklet I .' 'K'v "
American Doek Co books UCYAfPVf i : | \'!; :S 6 M ; within tbe -territory described In the ..h' print \ < 1 \\ :'
SURPRISE p K L Lesley Co. sup ace .18 and:a. . 2' OH followingpropoeod" Special. Tax School ptitrlrt I We sell CALENDARS Signs, Bulletins::: !::-' '. \- : .-
'1 i Call and see my line: Honorable hoard Boards and Advertising Novelties In* Leather
i J J VaDO,labor, aeWool, not 1 (pOW tewpe Brllablc Plumb Co labor no I 4 (N to organlte ihefoltowlng deifrlbad territoryInto Celluloid and Alluminum. "
DRY GOODS ::1 SPRING GINGHAMS John I/oftia haul pupil. A H4 a8p cl.l Ta School District, WrWit: 4i

Mr. K F BennHtt. haul pnplla I 7.1CIllBenH : Bnfflnnlnff at the northeast. corner: ai. s polo - r
" I ; 'WHITE"GOODS Bank, luau 6 mo. no VMS seo: OU oil ,.meander tlnuof Rut Lake 7'ohopekatlga
STORE s N F Bass Jabot ..,b no 18 126 78 ..,IJ t point to been a direct line with Mlulaippl WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS.

II EMBROIDERIES J R.:Smith,jan no 1 0001( avenue, town of 81.Cloud, theme follow.Jog .
W W Chandler, order attaubed no 28 M Ot the meander line westward' to a point LONG DISTANCE PHONE!!!: 2O6 '
LACES, ETCLANDRETHS' directly, In line with Columbia avenue, of imUl
MRS. E. L. PEARCE Rhea pberlito, oat no a 86 uo
A petition was filed asking that St. town, thence running south to the center ofcotton TAMPA SUITE 4 A 5 FLORIDABANK
sub-school district. 10, township 2(1, range 50. east thence
Cloud be made a "
Bearnati Building The superintendent was instructed to I tinning north to the point of starting OF TAMPA BUILDING
have the supervisor of registration see V..pecUoI'
if the same had the required number of J U WMtooti J H Thompaon '
---- JO HcKtw I N AlbrrUoa '
at the next
names and to report regu-
r A H Keuner K: K WetberbeeC - .
lar meeting. t ,"
SEEPS 8 Cooper F T Van Aradal .
: Mrs. J. IL Steffee was appointed to
school No 10. C C Cox, .' Jaju H PowellP .
further business the L Dutton 0 I Blood .
There being no
WHICH are not cold by a Merchant RISSHVHV1EEConsequently Board adjourned until next regular Jacob Hotl'.rA" P Uses M. MARSH .& CO.
PU I .
Knapp DOoUln ,
we hope to veil our 8eeda to yon meeting. t
S U-C C E ED.- directly M 1L Attest: : U W Sarah K U Pierce DFAL&RS IN PIN. LIN. '0. "
This aurertlsement maned to us. If paper la mentioned W. J. Sears, Supt. W. C. Bass, Ch We.lan Galley W N Uirner STAPLE AND FANCY ,
-, will be take( M worth 20c. oa *DJ-order J LCnmrnlngi J kturlla I
Writ. for the of One Dollar (SI) or overt and the coupon In. August Vow John D. DeOriw
closed with Seeds on first order if returned to as, the Well "* MSA LelHtcD A B Danleli I l' "
BM CaUdotf. Prlateol will be worth One Dollar $1) on a Fire Dollar Keep Kidneys. O J Billlngalr U W Penn :.GROCER'IESe 5HjJ

($5)) order. Say I If Market or Private Gardener. Theo merge Dr 8 HjreDMWrUhl J,
every Onto Dollar order will bo'bddcd. Jno B schulerW i
To ($1) I
BMSTOL Health Is Worth Saving, and Some F McEndree C W DoopJ PREISH AND PURR_-- *'
Introduce them without charge, one packeteach i .
t Penn yvuIUu.. of three especially desirable sorts Vegetables. Kiaalsnsnee People Know, How W Smith Jesse Dutton I FREE DELIVERY full parts of 2 ; city. Prompt lid courteous athatloo.' :: 'J
to Save It J B Baxter J W Mathew I
T NO N. NO. .or :
. I ,.
r C CottraU U W WoodardJ
I i&197H'CI. Many Kissimraee people take their -
F Parrli J C Baird"
-- lives in their hands by neglecting the A P Klpllnicn J llantluger 7t ..
kidneys when they know' these! organs ___n___ __ _. _____ __. ---- - -- -- -- .- -- -- -- -- -, --' --- '" tOne

need help. Sick kidneys are responsiblefor Hundred and Forty-Three Per Cent '

STANFORD &: COMPANY a vast amounf of suffering: and III FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH t1 i

health, but there is no need to stiffer ,
f nor to remain if danger when all dis-

eases and aches and pains due to weak Orange Grove 197 old CENSUS CELEBRATIONTAMPA :
--Carries as Complete a Line ofnRY -
kidneys can be quickly and permanently trees. Seventeen acres un- : ,

icons cured by the use of Doan Kidney trills. der.fenced: One mile from

Here is a Kissimmee citizen's recommendation city. A.poly to


Mrs. A. M. Story, Kissimmce, Fla.,
says: "I had severe pains in my loins lt

S230S and CLCI'E3.I: a and a dull, languid feeling. My kidneys

were also weak and the secretions. from Low Excursion Rates

as can be found in inland! Florida and sells them these organs caused me ",.UCI! annoy-

ance. Since taking D an's Kidney I'illH, I' R. S. RAINS

which 1 recunHy obtained from the Kis-. TAILOR SHOP VIA. :01i,
J As Cheap. As Any House in America I
_l Bimmee Drug Co., the pains in my back 'I 1 cut and make clothes to a man's

I have ceased and my kidneys have been measure. I do the best steam clean- COAST '

I| restored to their normal condition. I I ing in town. I dye any color. I do ATLANTIC WE : !

' have also regained my lost strength and j kim'l of repairing. I clean Hats.I .

. b H. C. Stanford Company I' I and have am no feeling hesitation better in saying every,'j i I have two of the bent Tailors in the From stations on, north and\ west of a line drawn through Ne b.r.i: ;4Gainesville 1e'...i

I that Doan'u Kidney"fills are an effective South. My place of business is in rear Rochelle Hawthorne end P..latl>a, tickets sold Feb ,14. 16; 2g v: 1f '

kidjney remedy. of J. H. Rcdditt's Jewelry Store. South of this line, Feb IS, )16/17, 18. 20. 21, 82,23. FInallIatol ie'kets,' }11
For sale by all Utalers. Price 5O cts. Feb 27lh. CHILDREN HALF FARK. Each .ticket1'IncJiXt "'o.e .n E...-. t."tos 'r r-q

Kissimmee : : Florida FOHtep-Milburn: Co., liuffalo.: Y., a,1eagents PHONE NO. 210 mission coupon to f/air RrrmnUji 0'1' fx'f fw i .. :r
; for the United States. For rates and information call on Atlantic CoastGeneT1let.'.weifs-
Remember the name- >oan's-anoj I CALL ME AND I WII COME FOR
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I I take no other. rI. I YOUR CLOTHES. J. G. KIRKLAND D P'Ajf,: -,Tarepk....... ;;".4rsg Fla- Prx

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;l, Bush' disobeyed hi. ders a* being so prophet: "L fe .hath. 'showed the, Oman Their tot, fettoad*.; cireomscribed t jte

:,Abraham Lincoln unmhltary a. to be slmplyjgnored. But what I. good; and,what doth Jehovah alone "

; j the student of mi'itary!; affairs today, require of the but td do justly Their growing virtues, but their 4 Classified AdvertisementAdvertisements -

.I. .: looking at his Vlans jof campaigns, 1 is and lore kindness and to walk humbly' crimes confined; f '

: .1 convinced ; could lie have had the with thy God '" Can any one point out Forbade to.weigh through slaughter: to

:i,. 4.. (contlnu'd from page 2)) hearty obedience and co-operation that any particular In which he failed to live a tbr ne' -- are inserted under this head at the rate of I 8 Conta _.'
;' ",. I ;eoilince? .tni* intellect to.,produceeonvictim .-: WM! h1rp1ght.uiewat; would have been! up to this standard!; T Can any one men Or. shut the gate' of mercy on man per line each'lnsertlon" J

\ tt.. that would( have an abiding InFluence shortened by one or two years. The war tion any man' in public or private life p kind..," *. -

:-.. ;: / upon the character and action than"Ah. who more thoroughly exemplifies In let. V <:
\\f 1 ; ::,';1f1j I i'i. ,of his hearers.! Hence his eloquence'was raham developed Lincoln.. no abjer But bis plans were, in ter and In spirit this divine form of life 7: rage But'* here even was" hill one penury'i-ard, whose "noble he :FOU SALE : MISCELLANEOUS! t

; I 1i'di )' that of earnestness,of a fair pres- instances broad and so comprehensive Life; nnt; profession, J is the test; and I I Orlando.
ro WADE. the tuber
many felt her utmost
.I' 'in.1.1, : t' entatlon of all the facts! of A strong that Were over judged by-that test Abraham Lincolnwas chill-could not repress. KING Quality' shoes for men at Cash .. r

tt jW: :' ,,. nature !thoroughly convinced of. the the heads of the they much aw.y smallermei far. more saintly than many of those: The: "genial current 'of xhis 'soul" ran 4Mi9fL __ _, _: '_-_-1' . .FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass
so on its glorious for the frosts of Market, No. 189. . 19-tf
course ,
,*" his SEE King Quality shoes before buying
righteousness of has : .
r cause, and It produced with whom he had to do-' whom the church' canonized. '
',\\' poverty had no power to congeal it. Cash Store. I-tf GET H. N.BRATTON to drive your '
l! I" conviction Read his famous'l remains' for us to take a general James Russell I Lowell characterize And .t.i11lt flows on t __ _._ artesian wells. 43-tf
: Cooper'Unlotl..peech. ;it ad. again and of 'this unique and wonderful Lincoln as"The First American..". In The : GET here early and see those Rugs at
survey We "He
say is dead 1" bullet Of 49-tf VISIT the Rug, Room of the Ca IL
the Cash
the Immortal'Gettsburg Hardware Store.
: again, Ad- Abtaham Lincoln two senses this be said to be true.
look at
may Hardware Store.
'1 character to .the vile assassin slew 49-tf
Abraham Lincoln '
j/' ..... _.
L i (;' dress. Immediately after he sat down, as The Man. And the fundamental lie is the first in the order of time'ol I He rests beneath the CHOICE CITY LOTS 'for sale at low I FOR. -- -

..'I '...: Mr. Everett, -wl o had bu ust finished', of real manhood, that without our great men who cn be considered monumental pnceL', See or write H. Fleming for dressed poultry, phone the Rull ..&
principle Bass No.
Market. 189.
tomb which his loving 19-tf. '
IJ grateful
; : 40 tf I ..
a beautiful and poLished'oration of two .. particulars. ", "
oursoil ?
manhood cannot exist, is honesty. For wholly the product of our lvitization <
I admiring have reared and"fine
., hours,, leaned ov .
4 . most of,his life Abraham was our national life. In him above him I He. .in "hallowed Rull Bass Market, phonei89.I9-t'
sleeps. Ducks $1.00 1.6Q.. ApplyF. I .
"Mr President, you have entered more ;
other natlonshad
known those whose acquaintance no appreciable part.The .
.4 by ground5! Vans Agnew. 47-tf WOOD, per strand, $1.25; five strands
.. deeply into the(subject in two mnxut with him was most intimate as "Honest great Washington and others. who I I $).75: Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf

than I had been able to. do in -twohours. Abe. ". As Comrade McElroy so< eloquently have played prominent parts In our history "What hallows ground: where heroes FOR SALE OR RENT-A new stone 'THE Cash: Hardware Store carries the 4WANTED

." And he told the truth. Who, says, in 'that irem of'literature, owed, more or less the great .' aleepT to J-Jf-in Woodal.North Klasitnmee.. 8-4t.Apply largest line of Rugs in town.. 49--tf ,

: today knows anything about the oration The Soul Growth of Abraham Lin qualities which gave them prominenceto 'Tis not the sculptured piles you'heap! : .;,I C 'UMI"f"'UMT-Those I Rugs at tfi*
1: of Edward Pverett t Gettsbnrg coln": "The fact we are 'to consider the influences! of the old world civil- In dews that heavens far distant weep SALE-Tomato plant, at S. B.Aultman's 1 Cash Hardware Store.: 49tf

: Who is not familiar the two hundred truck farm, Kissimmee, !|I SHANlBXRGER Orlando.
and' it is startling' in magnitude ization. The influences! which operatedto Their turf may bloom ; Fla. 8-tf for bicycles
'f: :; and words'of what is universally I- I and sundries. .25 wheels from $ .60
that we know inconceivably more -of make Lincoln! what Ie was were Or genii twin.* beneath the deep '.

: .. i.''-<, acknowledged' to be one of the twery part of Lincoln's life.than-of any purely American. And yet I cannpt Their coral tomb. FOR bargains in resident property, : CAHPENTEK up to '19 for J'OBING new 7-7tpd

''f:' ,,.' . world's finest claaajsa! T The great orators other man's who ever lived. The Egyptian help quotiong and applying to him the But strew his ashes to the wind I H.truck M.lands Breaker.and groves on 'I f Good work. See James.and,. Church repairing St.

: of the.\ world have never surpassed, words of Counselor
in his Main St.
,f flies were scarcely more numerous Phillips magnificent Whose sword or voice ha. served mankind near _46-tf.
.\ even if anyone has'ever equalled. this than the political enemies swarming tribute to Washington and I FOR choice 6. acre suburban home i JUST arrived-big stock of Guns, Leg-

brief address. The following from about him; certainly they were not quote. substituting: the name,of Lincolnfor And i I tracts, see Kissimmee Gardens. J.20-tf.M. gings, Hunting Coats and Ammunition.
"Lincoln Genius for I is he dead whose.glorious mind Willson. 'J r. | .Graves.
Expression! by more virulent and Inevasable On the that of Washington: J'Sir, it mat Lifts thine Jioss 38I

Richard Watson Gilder is so exactly other hand, Lincoln's friends of that ters very little what jmmedlate spot To liye in hearts on high leave? behind FOR SALE-Singer Sewing Machine I *; YOU have ; roof that needs painting '

"). ., <"iri polpt that I quote: "By practice: in day, and the eager historical studentsfor may have been the birthplace of such a Isnottodiel we I in first-class condition, ; "with attachments Wade Pearl metal paint is the '.
$12 00 Mr A. M. Strvker. right thing for this climate. Ross
Lincoln had ; -
extemporary speaking,
'; nearly half a century since, have man aa Lincoln. 'No people can claim, Graves.
52tf.Ii1'. 3
et learned to do a most difficult thing life unscanned him.The Is't death to fall for Freedom' right T --' :t!
left no dayof his no no coluUy'can appropriate = I Iflies. '
namely to 'produce! literature on his He's dead alone that lacks her light FOR SALE Thre e Florida ANYONE anywhere can start a mall ,
friend or acquaintance unquestioned. boon of Providence to the human race, H. Fleming. 61'.t.fI order business at home. No .
L legs It is difT.:.:;Ult: thus to produce, And murder sullies in Heaven's sight
beat fame his
his residence Be
Fiercer white heat than ever upon is eternity, crea- your own boss. Send for free '
L- literature, because the words must flow any throne makes every day that Lin- tion. In tbe production of The sword he ,I'raws I fits to sell GOOD Mill. tower pump, tank, booklet Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, .. '

; r with immediate precision. It is unusual Lincoln it does if Nature ,' What can alone ennoble fight T S. H. Bullock, Lockport N. Y. .
coln lived as familiar to us as our own ; really appear everything complete. :. ;, ---.- -.--
. for politician. : tq go through life yesterdays. It is impossible that the : was endeavoring to improve upon A noble cause !" 2-tf. : FORANY kind of metal specially-----

(3 always addressing:: audiences and yet career of any other man should bear herself, and that all the virtues of the No no Abraham Lincoln is not FOR SALE-2 h. p. gasoline enginein ,; roofs use Black Pearl metal paint. "

always avoid the orator's temptation thin scrutiny an' Lincoln's has So absolutely ancient world were but so many studies dead No man of this day in all our good condition. L. M. Williams :S l ROMS Graves. 84tf
to please and captivate by extravagant : blocks south from court house.: 8 :3t IF YOU WANT SCREENS OsceoTa '
blameless a lift as he led was a preparatory to the patriot of the new. broad land la so mu h alive, as he. I
and false : The writer. and Lumber Co
sentiment. a miracle in itself, And Comrade Mc- Individual instances, no doubt there believe in immortality but I believe it FOR SALE-A new high grade upright They make them anysize
,. particularly the political writer, isJ and kind you waftt and make themto
for lens than
4-' :.. writes this after considering. weresplendid exemplifications. of some I
Elroy as has two phases, or is of two kinds I fit Give them a trial. 7-tf
': J, tempted to the' sort of morality but price. Ad. F, care Valley Gazette
follows the of the He single qualification. Ca> wad merciful I
origin man. Hays: sar believe Abraham Lincoln still lives in
Kissimmee, Fla. 9 4t
i' still more the speaker for with the lat- AN
: intelligent person may earn J100monthly
"Birth as lowly as that in the manger ; Scipio was continent; Hannibal his proper |person, a sentient conscious I '
i, ter the reward of is yo'U'WA'NT corresponding for
S. applause inure IF SCREENS seeOsceola newspa.
'" ( at Bethlehem; parentage of the rude wan. patient; but it wall reserved for being In another world. But MS. the l pers. No canvassing. Send for
4- 'T prompt and seductive. It i Lumber Co. They make them particulars
,T\ is amazing unlettered jetxam. Hung far out by the Lincoln to blend them all in one, and poet declares "To live in hearts we size and kind want and make them any Press Syndicate\ II 2245.
to look over'Lint"oln'a record and you
r see advancing wave of civilization; denieda like the lovely masterpiece, the Grecian I leave behind is out to die ',"' And in to fit. Give them a trial. j-tf Lock port, N. Y. _.
", how seldom he went beyond Ixiunds, ,
draft from even the humblest fount of artist, to exhibit in one glow of that sense the true Abraham Lincolnis FOR SALEFinest little colonization WIHN1'tIl1Jl: :St Cloud our Kissimmee -

: how lair and just he wan, how responsible learning: ; early moral training: vague associated beauty the pride of not dead. In the highest noblest, proposition in the Stat. of !Florida!. ; friends are invited to make their

,I. and conscientious, IIIH utterances, even to I the vanishing point uniclooledeven ttuxjel and the perfection of'every .v..rY'1 bent. sense, he m. more alive today than convenient to courtly seat town. lioth headquarter with the St. Cloud Drug -
,: even before hm utleianceH! became of I I safe and profitable inv..tmt'nt.II'I! (Co All the popular .drinks can be
Ter -
lithe sight and speech of rrn of Happy proud America'The ; ever He lives in the millions of men h.ul, at lour soda fount, and
1 national importance. Yet it was son:? Realty Companv.: d I tf our ice
very higher culture, yet dying at the early lightnings; of heaven yielded to your made honcnter purer more patriotic I c'rt'nm 'is I Die) I hest I I that can be made.
t largely because of thm 'Iu'alityi FOR> SALK: Five
very lie-rt.t.lIf 'tine trucking
age of lifly,six. Lincoln reached the philosophy'! The temptation of earth kindlier by the influence of his noble I
!, '. that they ahMUmud national important land within fifteen hundred f met I LOST OK STHA YEn One hay mare;
'r. 4 And then, both Ins imagination anti Ins I highest' pinnaile; of the.. world moral could nots.-ilucv. ) your patriotism life and character. He lives in the of h igh-scum>ol hum k Ii mug', and adjoining I about. I IJeiirn: \ old, weight about 700

: and material greatness In one |H>intI There IH also anothel seime in Wjlmh freedom, and upward progress of a Mr A llman'" celery. farm .1. :MWillson. pounds. (.'cap.'ml' <1 from stable in St.

sympathy helped him here for whilehe I must ""'I{ to differ with Comrade Mc- Lincoln may be said to r be the firstAmerican frei-d, by his. hand He lives in rat't'l Jr. e Cloud,I night t of }February 2. Find will
'it' keenly saw anti felt hm, side of plefist. hold! her. and !\
own notify Mr Wood,
KlroThe phrase "Early training It has always been saul of world-\\ide influence of his Hhihmg example -I TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALiI: I
the ,
.;; the argument he. rould: see as clearly II gr'a'.ryman: St. Cloud. Fla.. who
vague. <>\en to the vanishing |M>mt I. m Washington, and with, truth that he I' ax a lighthouse on H rocky coast, have 1O.I"JO< ) Livingstons Ni-w Globe; will |my the .cxpfnte. '
and .
he could
und '
sympathetically r- I
the evident" Abraham First, first. in the now ready Plants S to 12 mi IK-S
,. not supported by waR in war. pence, mend pointing men of this and coming .f
) stand the side of his I I
and stocky. Later .mow-iuirs
opponentIn [ !
i coming
Lincoln received a very careful first ill the hearts of lu" countrymen.With generation. to the .safe channel into '
i on $1 2ri C.mli h : )
,' a booklet entitled "The Perfect |>er wit
:ii., I, Tribute traiiiing from two excellent, ,intelligent; equal truth if not oven in a j, the haven of hlenved. and glorious sue-i onler J. H. Davis.! Burtow.
by Mary Raymond Shipman .
j Christian women hn mother and stepmother broader and deeper .sermn. the same may geMs. Through the ages to come, ,
I-', Andrews appears| the following story. FOR SALE: OR EXCHANGE I Wi mmii l W A.-. TI-II.I I I Pent t I Uxlii.I m; also bicycle.
and ther..can be no doubt thatto Inxaiil of Lincoln. [I says ieo. II Yeaman "The history ofthe |
(, As a correspondent "says. "It ought to ing a tlumjre of climate for my wife A that he owed in large Union and freedom under the Union
training a very ;
In a book which I n ad inure than health. I will .sell heiSt -
: betrue. 01 exchangemy '
)\r i degree the high morality that alw.iys. fifty years ago/ and of which I have forgotten : will'jIOi<1 up to mankind .as. the greatest ;i'r! Power 1 Custom Mill WANTED: (;ood girl for general hou'llc'r: '

I 1: ).?, Lincoln visited a hospital in Washing characterized, him. But the rest of the the title, I remember that rf saving influence in our greatest. danger, good Bottom Lund Good Hmldmgs, work, good and permanent emiIYment -

1 ,* ton the day after his great Gettysburg word of It. lie the character the firmness the homely and no better location in East 'ru-nO right party. Three room
quotation is tre.every young Southern woman was sojourning I j servant house Nelson Realty Co.
Two milesfrom. court house.Willexchange :
I speech. There he found a rebel captain was known as no otnvP\ public man was for a tinicin New England. She in savings, tIme freedom from passion the for good Fonda| property l-tf

!I'j .. who had a great desire' to clasp the hand ever known. tested as no other man of represented as writing to her friends. at I singular common sense, the almost. divine I well located Write for full WANTED:I Refined couples or gentlemen

:' of Abraham Lincoln Lincoln did not whom I know anything was ever tested home in .substance aa follows: "This charily of Abraham Lincoln." description to 1., K (GOBS Cleveland for several nicely furnished-

"Y. f tell himwho he was. but the Confederate and the more searching the tests I the country is far less favored than our As Lowell HO beautifully and grandly | Tennessee. ', !$-3t rooms, with the best meals the

:" gave him wonderful account of the mote intimate the knowledge becomes own Southland. The soil is far less I expresses it ; ( f4 .market can afford. Corner Main and
I FOR SALE-A complete outfit for Pacific street.

1d; ',, ,:, -speech Said ,whIch.he had read. the more do we wonder at the flawlessness ' fertile the climate is far: more rigor "He knew to bide his time, I making concrete blocks brick, tiling .. ',-:-: ::-.::. ";-- ." -.. '_'" ...,, '.'=-.:=50-tf_. . ",_.
"It's -
t.he'captain: a wonderful of his character ous, the productions are much less And can his fame abided' etc. Write J. S. Lovelace, Clarcona ; 1

e % speech. There's nothing" finer: Other He was a man of tenderust. .ym. varied and abundant. 'But the people I Still patient In his simple!! faith sublime, ,Fla. .. .. : .". '. 7-4>:pd. "UOOUS{ : '...\XU' liOAUl

1)m) :. men have.spoken stirring words for the pathies. But his sympathy,\ was not of are far mor progressive and prosperous Till wise : . .. '. -, --- "
r North and for tne; South, but before kind winch the years decjde. PIT GAMES-Forty hens at $1.50 each; DWELLINGS for'rent. apply to M. Til-
never the mawkish namby-pamby
Not advantages -
than w/e are. having Great captains, with their guns aa '
I think, with the love of both whines and condoles and) sheds team they com her, disadv ntajl'a." drums. $2.6ft eachV E. R. Bagby -Gotha, I II '

; ) a1! 'breathing through'them.' It is only the over woes which it doea nothing to In my study of the lite and character j>f Disturb our judgment for the hour I Florida. 6-tf I[ ROOMS M. Breaker for Rent .Apply to Mrs. D.

greatest who can be a partisan without ameliorate. His was the genuine. sort Lincoln. I have often thought how expresm've ; 31-tf
But at lout sjlencu comes WANT
f. ; IF YOU SCREENS see Onceola "
: bitterness, and only such today may which cannot see suffering without attempting is this phrase as applied to These all are gone and standing likea Lumber Co. They make them any I ROOMS TO RENT Either single oren
I all himself not Northern nor Southern. to relieve it. His letter to him. He coined his disadvantages. tower size and kind you want and make themto 1 suite, suitable\ for light house

a4 but American. To feel that your enemy the Massachusetts mother whose five Every obstacle, every disadvantage that Our children shall behold his fame, I fit. Give them a trial 7-tI I II son.keeping Apply to Mrs A. A. Simp-3-tf

can fight you to the death without sons had all fallen in well as hm he under hiM _
opposed put
progrmta The kindly, earnest, brave,, farseeing PENNELLAgent Sayrnan'sSoap and I BOARDERS
t malice-with chanty it lifts the'coun- a thousand acts of kindness and mercy feet and eo made a stepping atone to nun, I Remedies Orel way 1'laai.ers Magnetic can accommodate wantedMrs.several. E. J. Alvey with

., : try, it lifts humanity to something shows the tenderness of his heart. The higher attainments. The Other young Sagacious patient, dreading prais. 1 Combs and ivtendeta mends 'leaks in board and room at her home persons in rear

\ worth dying for. They'are beautitul, story of his life in the White House is men of his time and locality allowed not blame, I I stantly. 25 cents packets.' Agents of school house, or board without

'. ;; broadswords" and the sting of war would a chronicle of almost daily acts of kind- themselves to be molded by their sur New birth, of our new_ soil- the wanted. 9-tf room. 34tf

4;' -be drawn if the soul of Lincoln could bet ness and mercy and though sometimesthe roundings. He made all adverse circumstance Amenciuv. .1 I FOR SALE: At a ar aln-if'-sold by You.CAN get: three good mealcooked

. .breathe4 into the armies. Do you agree military men complained thatha... interfered aid him in developing the magnificent March 15th. ; four-room cottage ; 18 by best northern cook at I'

; .wtthme '" with discipline the results manhood of one of the greatestof Yes, he 'lives and will live. While fruit trees ; close in ; two lots in Traimcient Restaurant, opposite post
North Kiesimmee ; 17 fruit tree., improved i office, for 25c each. Short
'.Lincoln modestly said: "I believe It i is generally showed that he was not mis men. In his matchless- poem., the Old Glory wavea over a regenerated ; two iota in Prospect Park ; "tra- 41-tf

/ .. food speech. and the ConfederateS taken. Many.a.-maUrWas sayad.Xrum !Elegy," Gray says of those boAe land, he who gave hi. life that no stripe one farm lot iff Taft., close m. Ad- I __ "

S : -.m on: execution to do noble! service in the xxlies Iw buried in. the"Country. Church should !be torn away, no star be missed dress Box 481, KisBimmee. 3-tf FOU RENT

; "Of course it's all wrong from my ranks yard": trom the galaxy on its blue field but ,
4 Twelve II
acre and\
." point of view. The thought which underlies And best of all. he was a true Chris. 'Perhaps in this neglected spot i i. laid that Liberty and the Union might be- grapefruit !grove, about three orange mile FOR RENTNearly three acres of

"-. .it .is wacped.mVefted, as I look at tian. I know that years ago a man who Some heart once pregnant: with Celestial and remain now and forever,. one and from Kissimmee on railroad. Will close trucking in. land Nelson with five-room house;

: it.. Yet that does not alter my admiration had been associated with him in legal fire inseparable, Is secure of his meed of sell at a bargain. Address W. H. Realty Co. 3-tf
of the man and his words.! i I'd like business claimed that he was an agnostic Hands that the rod of empire might 1' fame As the generations come and Arnold Kiesimmee., Fla. 41-tf Florida Maps.

to put my hand in his before I die. and or even a disbeliever in the Christian have swayed go, brighter and brighter shall shine I FOR SALE-' 'Nice .Home small---I
; Upon receipt of 25
I'd like to tell him that what we're all religion. No baser slander' was ever "Or wake to ecstasy the living lyre the renown of that greatest general I| bungalow; about one acre of ground; Gazette office cents at the Valley
for the best of I him. statesman Abraham Lin- .water: works house neatlyand a pocket map of Floridawill
'p fighting -- us-is.the right written or spoken concerning The patriot man, private-- ;

3 : of our country. it is given us'to see it, writer meant it for a compliment but But .%nowledge to their eye her ample coin. I well furnished; everything com be mailed to any address in the

': When a i'han' gets so close to death's if it had been true it would have branded Page, A DUcrarfitMl. Report.tteealni . i plete.Ki.simmee Address Florida.Owner, Box 2-tf 575. United States. We can also' furnish

that he feels through It'' Rich with the spoils of Time did maps of Osceola county at .1 each, and
door the wind him as one of the greatest hypocritesthat .. said a hotel I m.cuat., I I -- -- \

$ '1 from a larger atmosphere, then the small ever lived. His speeches and writings ne'er unroll ;; "wasi, once promised by a friend a dloI j I FOR SALE-Bearing Orange Grove will be glad to estimate on sectional tnapa -< 1

) things are blown away. The bitterness are full of allusions to his faith In Chill Penury repressed their noble rage nor of turkey and truffles. The TOO trees 80 acres, 14 acres fenced of-any-kind.- -._ :
a hammock, pine, marsh and prairie --
of the fight has faded for me. I only feel God and thefficacy. of prayer. When And froze the genial current. of their however abowed a disposition trid.1 land cottage and packing house i I btatement. -

the love of country, the satisfaction of some members of his cabinet were opposing soul. pane the feast and to mke Next year's crop estimated at 6,(000) ) I I' lIad.. under S-Uon ::0. Chap\e: MM I.e. 'I). .

s giving my life for It. The speech has the issuing of the emancipation' ,Full many a gem of purest ray serene But Rossini buttonbdltac him boxes. Cash or terms. Address, forW"howlnr.. Tax Co1Iet.the amount of taxM ehlrnd '. .

; .e > it look higher and simpler-yuurras proclamation he replied to them: "I The dark unfathomed caws of ocean day, said: e,1, Owner_ Box..345. KJ simmee, Fla. 48-tf } F..ld.. I t.o I... ootleet.ed of for O.cmqi the current" COU..t yser.
1011. and the
side well as ours. I would like to putrar promised my God that.iIUewouldgrant. bear; Look here, bow ab ut that truffled I IF YOU have. any poultry or eggs for the::.ral lund..nDOrtlunJnent for which Uxw 0' the hm_.l.nAPPORTiONwENT 10
'T hand Abraham Llnooln.-and us a victory I would issue this proclamation Full many a !flower. born to blush. Unseen turkey dinner I sale, or if YOU want to buy chickensor .... : .

L .' with his hand in that of the great President and it must be done." I quote Truffles are no good this season.' eggs. or If you are in any way interested Reve..ue- 01" COUNTY FUNDS
said his friend in poultry raising, send your To amount imn.icnl I ii7': ..
he died. from memory, and it may be not with And waste, its sweetness on the desert: Bab! DoD't'OII believe It,' said :; name on a postal card to us. We I Amount collected. ) 75 alas' 114
, 1: And Lincoln shone as a militar com literal accuracy but it is true in spirit.It air. have something of interest for you. Balance U Ixi nnllt'otfwtGeneral III
Bo a1Di. 'Thst report was started by I School Fund-
.t mander. It is true that some of the is true that he was not a member of .' Address The Tampa Weekly Times, ;I Amount Aaeeaned 111270 116
Some village Hampden, that, with the turkeys" Fla. Amount Collected
generals of the army of which he was any church, though it is a fact that he I I Tampa 6-41 I II lialance to collected 'l1\Jl 87
i commander-in-chief scouted'the had conversation with dauntless breast, True te Hi;* f> .....; - and --I I County Road 1'017 2t
( idea once a a pastor FOR SALE-Lots 7 8, in block 244, To
The petty tyrant of his fields with- provincial i emount.J ,m-i; 71 S
Joke from Enflisb
1r that this prairie >tlawyer this man of about joining one, and decided that justat an !|I Itheater i Florida avenue, St. Cloud; best avenue Amount Collected. 'amos '10
stood. also shares Balance to be collected
l : in city; two of cornp501' 1:16711:
; little or no scientific attainment this that time it-would look too much like Hinn
% ,- Some m'ute, inglorious Milton here may "I met.s bloke coming doon GrafDfei :: stock; cheap. Inquire of Olive i To County amount Mpoolal aMenand .... *. ,
who had the bid for votes from the church i 11
man hardly seen even out- a memo L. Wells, Winchester, III. 6-At-pd
rest the other and he bad a dog Amount "ollettedBalance
street day, j I MI
: _, aide of a military .cboul, and whose bers. But he was a regular attendantat I to he oollnote'l 41'.11I 17 jt'
:' Some Cromwell guiltless of his c untry' with him. The dog was gannln' mend Oub-8choal Diet. No. :ITo .
: SALE 5 outside
: only military experience had. been as a the Presbyterian church, both! in FOR acre. just city amount ---. .
:J.U: &.It77
blood. and mend as though be was tryla'' to limits, 50 peach trees, one acre potatoes Amount Collected . ,
private and as a company commander Washington and in .Springfield. But W 21
catch his tail, s. I owerto the 2 acres in watermelons, 2-inch j Balance to be collected i.u2IH' ,
fans 3SIIbSchoGl \!
.- 4 *'> j r* .In the Black Hawk war-a war that was church membership I 1,1 not, I am sorry to The applause of listening senates to man, and I says: 'Hey/ mate! What well, good fence all around it, and J>tat. No 3-

hardly more i than an extended picnic say a perfectly reliable test of Chris command.The plowed and !ready to plant in any- Amount collected 0 44 .

1 could possibly be able to offer any sugV tianity. I have known church members threats of pain and ruin to des kind" of a doc do youfcall' that' ? I thing. Will take 700.. The land ad- j Balance to be collected oHWi DA)II
011.? says the man, tbat a watch- Bub-School. Mat No. 4- '
it is for
.. $600 for
selling 5
: ..' V gesUons that were worth the conslderatfon and even ministers whose lives were pi... .' joinfpg; Te amount......... 7kAmounS &a ,,
acres withouteuiy improvement at all. .
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"* of an educated military man. And inndel. But Abraham Lincoln was a To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land "I says, 'Ofc. i Ia It! 'I warned ..'. Reason for selling hare more real i Balance to Collected.b.* Collected...'. .. 717 10 ItIIVVU 7|

'c !M.'HcCleUan: treated hi. suggestion diligent student of the Bible, and he And read their history in a nation's. wladln' htsaer up BOW.' "Lendon Ttt- estate than I can carry. M. C. Brock, I ARTHUR. M. DONEOAN.
L lerk <
s'.. jwIth i contempt, and he and Hal leek and had unquestionably read in Micah the eyes. 3..... City. -tf. I (*ssL) Ceunty.Irevit Court Tio-i Oaoeola., -

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