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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 3, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00479
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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demonstrates1, to.what extent. the article Mary Garden; Gunlianpe Nikow of

'J 1' A FEW[ BOU.QUETS North will go and to West acquaint with the the'people character of the.of The Board of Trade the Royal Opera alternate Company'Berlin of Bond, andcompatrlofllnd and ENGINEERING. CORPS

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the people of this city and county; and" Caruso are three .f the most prominent : .: "'r-- 0''
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That Smell So Sweet We Can Not the pictures will convince them of the singers in the English Grand Preparing.to-Lay Out the Route fora

Content Ourselves W"fn. while they are suffering from the.tli.t.1 Actively at Work Opera cast production appearing atthf! i Railway to Run Between
and -SDOW blankets the earth -: Opera House tomorrow (Saturday) ,

: joy Them Alone. enjoy thV-suaJLhroughont every day and I *i __ .. _ night at1'sobsidlzod'priees, within the Sariford and Kissimmee;
N.ture'.miles'on us through\ green reach of air "
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Session
Monday Night a Strong
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Pietro Mancajrni'8 Immortal "Caval
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leaves and beautifulflower*. e .
nford. Feb. .
of 2Thenglneerlng
\ J Vy The* following our'ean.hyme bouquets io prose perfectly poet The letter follow.: !. Committee Was Elected and a Resolution Was lena! Rusticana" will be presented. A corps o( the Citrus Southern RailwayCompany
' (to : ) Delphi, Ind., February 22, 1911. i ladies' orchestra .of seven, under the
ten strong reached Sanford
.yo to nostrils) smell so sweetly Passed Requesting the Council Enforce men -
ant ( our City
direction of Boston's leader
; Editor Valley Gazette: "" popular ,
not refrain from letting I yesterday and began the initial
that we just can Dear Sir: I showed your last week's Nellie Chandler, is. a featuree of the
Sidewalks. of
thousands of readers in on the Ordinance Relative to Laying "survey the Citrus-Southern which Is
our
: to the editor of one of our papers !lttactl n. :
So here they are : paper '' to be built at once from Sanford to Kissimmee. -
their enjoyment'" I here,' who is an old :soldier and asked -. --- The road will begin .t.the .

---r- him what he thought of the Idea ofhaving '' HON. C S. AGREE'Invites Clyde. Line w.rebouM4. which will"be
/CIeveand. O.,.Feb. 21. 1911. I ,
a G. A. R. encampment in "Dixie.: reached 'railroad _ _
Mr. W.fe. harris Editor. THOSE DESIRING INFORMATION CONCERNING IS- by private piers of the
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asked write and ask if
,lie me to you and will extend out Palmetto
J3r have been a subscriber company
Dear : I for nearly two years you<
to and your am paper interested in reading every pictures fn that paper concerning the \ WILL BE CHEERFULLt! FURNISHED SAME BY- on Legislative Matters. out Tenth street west for one mile;
would
encampment. He said ,if you when the road Will south lit a direct
: You
advertisements go
issue even to the send them' ) to me he would give it : I IT. C. N'PAN.KOKI. : To the Citizens of Osceola County: line touching Altamonte Springs' Malt-
the
have done much\ towards drawing do not mind I Our state legislature meets within a
So if
quite a you BOARD'OF
space SEC. TRADE.' 1 land Winter Park Orl.ndo. Conway,
to
Northern people your
of
attention 'when very few week. As sessions are short
and will, send me those "cuts ..- Taft, St. Cloud and thence to Klssimmee. -
tate and county. will and as there is usually a rush toward
with them we return -
we are through The distance to be covered Is fifty
L I band you the following names, and and it will be quite a boost the close of thesesaion it is best. where ..
them :
suggest that if a few copies of the I I An unusual amount of interest was ,! something should be done to infuse new possible to prepare 'all matter to be I: miles. The company has purchased: a
"ComlT\ssioners' subscription" could,' for our country down there j displayed( by the members at the meet life and energy into some of our citizens considered by the legislature in advance tract of land in Sanford to be used..
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to all
p of With kind regards am j I: and endeavor to convince them that its terminals and has made other perchases
be sent them it might be productive 1 YoUrs respectfully ing of the Board of Trade on Monday 'I of the time of convening. If anyone
good results. Very trulyyrs. B. M. Bowen. night, and more actual business was their aid is necessary, in all matters of has any bill that they want to offer, along the route. The rightofway -
II. C. FJII;ROIl. :, I, transacted than was done at any two;: a public nature, to the general advancement please let me hear from you. has been almost entirely secured i

meetings .for the past year. The; members of ourcity, and several ,plans.were Youra respectfully'; and as soon as the survey IB completedand
Chicago. III.. Feb. 21. 1\)11.\) MISTAKEN IDEA seem to have taken on new life. I proposed to this end. the one most feaai C. S. Acre has bean approved work will commence -

KisRJmmee Valley t Gazette. .. and are working more as aunit thanthey !I:i ible to the m.jorityof those'present on the building of the grade
Gentlemen: I wish to compliment! have since Kissimmee entered upon being that the chairmen of entertainment making bridges and trestles which will

-, you on the general "goodness" of your Some People Think An Orange Grove i its )present era of prosperity. While I! and membership committee. THE "DRYS" WINIn line the pass.

) paper which 1 am sore-,your beautiful Can Be Grown Over Night.It there were not as ninny present as there I II (Messrs. G. F. Parker and A S. Nelson) The road will be operated, with gasoline ,

.town rnento. Kinsimmee" in all you I I have !been on. a few former occasions, \make arrangements for the holding of a Orange County by One Hundredand I electric., a new design of cars m eelipeel.IIT _
,, represent it and more, and ap to health ill generally conceded that the lanJsof still there Was more real !goou accomplished general mass meeting of our citizens of for fast travel and light traffic. h
it cannot be beat anywhere on earth, the Kfcsimmee Valley are the most I I for the further advancement of both sexes in the Opera House at an fifty Majority.The ; Passengers and freight will be carried -

and I have been around Rome. fertile on earth, but when a man Undertakes : our city than has been accomplished at early date, and these gentlemen have "wet or dry" campaign that has and! a schedule will be arranged so

Yours very respectfully.Ja I the job of thinking that an all the meeting held during the past begun work along that line. been so hotly waged ip Orange countyfor as to make close connection with the .

Heubart I orange grove can be grown over night WI fl tar. -" There were several excellent speeches the past month, came to an end on Clyde Line boats out of Sanford each
S (ua a visiting land man did the other when the boozeites for the !hforth. A traffic arrangement -' 4
: At ,eight o'clock President ,Trlplett .made.Mill looking to the general welfar'of Wednesday got morning
Decatur Mich., Feb. 22. 1911. day), its just about time for us to step called the members present to order and ., Kissimmee and when the meeting snowed under by a majority of not less has been mad. with the Clyde X.-
1' W. B. Harris- Dear SirI: I like your into tire game and remark a few. and I requested Secretary Stanford to read adjourned everyone felt fully repaid for I than one hundred and fifty. Line that gives the towns south of Sanford

paper and I am coming to Florida next those remarks are best put into shape the minutes of the previous meeting the lime spent In attending. The next The eyes of the people in several In- the, benefit of water rates. The

fall if not before. I think there will by the Hunter Land Co.. who partlcu- I which,: were approved without! correc; meeting"frill be held on Monday night land-Florida counties have been centered I line hopes to carry large quantities of
be a good many leaving here for Flor- I larly.desires its'clients not to run away tion., March 13th.NOVL. on the outcome of this election citrus fruits north for delivery to the

ida .t' that time. I enjoyed reading, with the idea that the fruitbearingorange ( Secretary Stanford presented several for if the whiskey men by any chance Clyde Line at this place. -

about the nice time you had during the trees recently transplanted on communications from persons in distant ENTERTAINMENT: had been successful there certainly The Citrus Southern- incorporatedunder

encampment and I certainly would I the company's demonstration I.rm'i States asking for information as to climate would have been similar elections calledin.fth&rniddlo the law of Florida; the paper

like to have been there. grew there in a day. These fruit tre"sl soil and general conditions prevailing "- tier of "dry" counties are now pending, The stock of the com

Yours respectfully are doing remarkably well and are I in this section the writer in each A Public: Court (rial In Which Prominent "during the coming summer\ ; but now pany Is $I OOlXIO, all .which has been

R. E. Norwood. there as an object lesson of what can instance stating that it was his inteu- People Take'art. that the whiskey people have receiveda paid in except 76,000 The Incorporators -

I be done by anyone in that section, but tention to move here if the stories he well-merited drubbing at the hands have agreed' with the stock par-
Horton Kas., Feb.' 21. 1911 intending purchasers of Florida land had read of Kissimmee and Osceola Among the most successful and pop- o(the good and law-abiding people of chaser to build the road within the

Messrs. Harris and Triplett. must.not run away with the idea that county were verified by investigation.The ular entertainments of the times are OrAnge. they will hardly have the nerve $fiOOOOO limit. and there wjll be no further
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r 'i Dear Sirs: Enclosed find fl for my orange or grapefruit can be planted one secretary stated that to the best of the Mock Court Trials given under the to tacitly another fight of like nature Issue of stock or bonds.
finest coun try paper season and the trees produce fruit the I I direction ot an expert- Col. A. V. -The of the T.
subscription to the his ability the qu-stionacontained in the for some y ars to come. people The, officers of company are:
I have ever had the pleasure to peruse next season. We are not alight-of- :I letters were an wered. Newton the well-known lawyer-lectur- the .countiesxpf inland Florida have K. Miller, president; J. J. Brophy- 3-
t ita columns. I was much pleased to hand performers here in Florida\ -we at the last "er of Worcester, Mass. prospered moreIce the sale of liquor vice-president and general manager;
learn only this evening on opening! ,my are just plain honest folk-but we The committee appointed retir- Many cities in various parts of the was prohibited thanHhey ever prospered Moore Kelly. treasurer; J. M. McCue, '
paper of the 17th inst. to what extent I have the best soil and the,best climateto I meeting to audit the books of loft had country have been greatly excited over during all the time previous, and they secretary. These gentlemen ,are all

: the Gazette and the citizens of Kissim- be found on earth.SONG ing treasurer reported that the they books them as attested by the lengthy and have no desire to, returtKto.the: days resident ,of the smoky city of Pitta- _
mee spread themselves on behalf of the .S - performed that duty and found favorable reports in the .leading newspapers when business was stagnated and burg. Mr. Bropbv ha been in Floridafor

"'I old scarred,.time-beaten' veteran. of had'.bee" accurately'and neatly hand kept was and best ot all by the great' audiences drunken men paraded the streets of the'put. six month making a systematic "
both wear i RECITALt and thjB' balance ",'ma nlng on that have packed the largest'
of
; the war between the states, our ,cities. ; and thorough .investigation
I era of the blue! and gray. 'They surely 1 ready to be turned over to' the ,new halls and opera houses to the doors; in p- -- --. -'- .- the possibilities of! .the projected line.
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need the attentions. ,of us, the younger Of Mrs: Emma Porter Makirtsbn will! treasurer upon demand. I many cases the interest being-so great THE ', ACfLLA" >.' his impressions being that the route a*.
unanimously :
: generation, who in turn will show the Season. Capt. H. M.Breaker was that every seat has been sold in ad- outlined above will be dne of the moat "
of
be the Event .
membership.President '
active
the ;wear and tear of year*!"of toil and I elected to vance and hundreds turned away unable -! popular the State. The railway is,
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aspiration. I The song recital to be given at the T Iplett at this juncture e"vie.n to obtain standing room. Now ort the Run Between This City not connected with any colonization
1 am looking with interest for the I Opera House by that moat gifted singer called for nominations for the office of One of thes popular entertainmentswill schemelnor are the promoteis of the
Washington Birthday Number to be the Mrs. fimma Porter Makinson isdeHtined ,I rice-president, an!: Mr. R. O. Meek was be. given under the auspices of the and Kissimmee Park. line holders of real estate along the

!greatest effort of the above named I to be thq.event of the season as it has unanimously elected to that position.The American Woman's League, in the 11 was only,. few months ago that a route. Mr. Brophy say he and his 'e

parties. I been the principal amusement topic discussed chairthen_ appointed the follow- opera house, on Tuesdayevening.. March. regular schedule was put on between associates arc building tblslroad because .'"

I would have been only too glad to by our people this 'week. ing gentlemen as chairmen thest.nd- 14th. this city and KI..lmmee.Park., one he" believes it will prove a very profit.
have been in Kissimmee on the Mrs. Maklnaon Is one of the most ing committees: Finance ,Arthur E. It will be assured that one of our small launch making two round trips a : able Investment, and the builder pro' v

t orable 14th and 15th_ inst., and mem-\\I accomplished 'musicians that sing in Donegan; transportation C. A Carson most respected and prominent citizens day but so popular has it become for pose to operate the line and not merge.

liviBgJn hopes of getting to Kl8& public-today and her consent tosing ; municipal improvements J. M. I has been trifling with the affections of people especially tourists to go over or dispose of It to any other company. 4

this summer some time. The slowness for: the people of Kissimmee is a courtesy Willsonjr j ; advertising Dolph Berlien; a young and beautiful widow of this! for a day's fishing or sightseeing Within thirty day a crew of three ','" r)

.f real estate transfers is the reason on her part that we highly appre- tertainment G. F. Parker; member- town, and will have 'to answer to the through-the beautiful citrus groves and hundred imen will be placed at work'as .., 4

for'us not having been in J Kisaimmee i predate, for one possessed of such marvelous bershlp, A. S. Nelson and these gentlemen "Breach of Promise Suit" brought vegetable garden of the' Park, that it the grade and bridge and culverts,, and: ",'
; vocal rarefy consents to were then elected as members against him and there will be fun the for'' _ _
long ere this. powers I. has become necessary to replace It 1* proposed to have. the line ready
I have not as yet discontinued boasting I honor city the size of Kissimmee witha of the executive committee. I' without limit. gasoline lamteh with the magnificent operation within six' month from the' _
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Kissimmee to' my friends and acquaintances -, song recital. Therefore our pqpple Se retary Stanford called.the atten- Indeed it i is safe to predict that It steamer "Acella," which is capable of date of beginning.

hereabouts, as I "Watch I IKlmmH should not.and Will not fail to take advantage tion of the Board to the fact that I I will be many moons before the walls of carrylnawith comfort at least fifty. There ha fpr a number year' been

: Grow." of this opportunity of hearing ; eighteen months ago the Commissioners the opera house will agafn re-echo with passenger a long felt need.for a 'lin* of railway of .Ii>;
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I remain yqurs truly so gifted a song-bird as Mrs. Emma of Polk county had-obligated themselves so much laughter as will beheard on The trip down the lake is one of the a local nature from the south to con--* '1I

'- Guy C. Harman, jjorter Malcinson and will fill the Opera'HouH to build a good road from Loughmstn to that occasion. Additional interest will most pleasant to be enjoyed on any of I neet with the river boats) at Sanford .'

tonight until the "Standing Room Lakeland. and that so far no work: had be created in the trial from the fact Florida's inland waters, as nothing can and It ...IM that now the resident of .

McKees Rocks:; Pa., Feb. 20, 1911.* Only" sign will be posted."STOP I:i been done on that portion of the road that( a large number of 'bur prominent excel the magnificent orange groves the towns south ,of Sanford are about ,f

: Kissimmee Valley Gazette: 'between 1 Loughman and Haines City.i people will be participants. All the that horde/' the shores for beauty 'nor to be given this very important convenience. -

Dear Sir: Will you kindly send four I I MY PAPER" I i After considerable debate in which almost rules of a regular court Qf justice will the islands for pieturesqueness and the ."

valuable paper to the following parties. every member present took,part. be observed. real pleasure that awaits .one at the -- '.
as I do not finish reading mine until the the pMsident and secretary-'were Instructed Kls.lrome Park dock In \ the shape of -; '
neighbors after It. I spent three Because Reading It Makes Me Long' to take the latter up with the I ICommissioners CAVALLRIARUSTICANA pulling in dozens of fine trout fram the ALrORD-SMnH I" I

weeks in your town and must say to Go Back to Kissimmee. of Polk county and endeavor -I waters In a few hours, la worth ten ,,
.4 enough cannot be said of the city and to have the road put in such condition time the _small fee charged for the Two of Our Young People Joined U.
Luslc Wye.. Feb. 14, 1911. warrant it being'traveled Opera in English to be Given at the
its people. and the climate cannot be as will trip. The boat makes two trips a day,
-. t duplicated Quite number of people Hditor Gazette: Yours received, andI I by automobile. without damage being Opera House Tomorrow Night. leaving the city dock at 9 a. m. and 2 t1appyWedloL .

r from our town have bought land in and had no right to take notice of it, but done to the machines. p. m., returning at 11:30 a. m. and I 6p. Y.sterdayevenina at seven, o'clock at. 'r
around Kisaimmee and probably I could did so only because I was in on! the The question of sidewalks on our principal An attraction delightful musical in many .. m. :1 . the home of the bride' parent*. Mia*
floor at St. Cloud. I did not discussion ways in fact a veritable feast
out a lengthy I
get some subscribers for your paper, ground streets brought Maud Alford was united in marriage. to.
and in that way help to make Kissimmee know the name of any paper there, but and many were the plans proposed will be seen at tie Opera House when A GeoeroujActLOshkuah. .,- I Mr._.R. C. Smith in the presence of only "
.1 Sincerely just accidentally got part of the name to bring the matter to a successful the EnKlisJGrand Opera Company..eaa&and immediate member of the'family.
grow. of Did not even know the but, the one that pr.- orchestra, presents a scenic 1'1'00duction Feb.: 16, 1911. the .
Mrs. N. G. Flelsehmann your paper. conclusion; Vane of the Christian church
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immortal .C.. W. J. S. Carr Chairman of Library .
of Mascagni's Mrs. -
price but I sent 25 cents expecting to |: vailed wu the instructing of the committee I performing toe ceremony.
I get about five, numbers, and asked to on municipal Improvements(Mr. alleria Rusticana. Committee: Miss Alford is strictly a Kissimm",
A. It. EDITION
OUR -G. usual relieve Madam the kindnessof
Following the custom Dear :-Through
have it stopped when pay run oot. J. M. Willson Jr.) to appear before the having been born and reared
product
Well you. did not: stop It, and when I i City Council, and in the name of thei the general strain dramatic intensity your County Commissioners I have here and is one of our moat accomplished -
Proving I won ful Advertisement went down there I paid up arrears and I Board of Trade request that body to this opera will be preceded by an amusing for several') months been an interested and charming young ladies; while Mr.

S I for a certain period inI.ance.: and I strictly enforce the ordinance relativeto one-act operetta The Rose of reader of "The Kissimmee Valley Ga- is one of the promising
Smith young
for Our Cit and County. I "
Auvergne. This is certainly the combination &ette. I noted the article in regard
the order
I again gave to stop' It when laying, of cement. brick or tile sidewalks business men of this section being em-
Possibly never(/before in the history expired. but you did not do it. Now i ; also to look into the advisability with which to conjure'an ideal to the. library soon to be started in ployed In the locai freight department
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. C. of newspaper lifb in Florida has a regularedition I will send one dollar ...d say "Stop i it' of changing the specifications of the social and educational entertainment, ['I'your town and that donations of books the Atlantic Coast Line.

of a/,weekly paper met with when time is oat." If a man can't I sidewalks. and the OPrortunity-perh.pe. of a lifetime would be accepted.: I am today mail- They left last night for a tour of the

Bach acordial reception more copies I take a paper as per advertised, he i By motion the chairman of the transportation to some of us- to hear and see a ing you a volume. Wishing you success eitleaof'IV.atand north Florida and ;,were

l- of it sold than/tiid the issue of the Valley ought not to have it at all; besides, It'' committee (Mr. C. A. Carson) vital presentation of the masterpiece of I am, Respectfully escorted to'th. train by the brass bo>d.

Gazette of February 17th, which keepa me all the time wishing I could was instructed t6 work -in conjunction the greatest living composer of the Mrs. A. E. Chase, of which the groom i I. a valued member.'

contained a full account of the G. A. R. be there. I was there six months and j: with the eititens of St. Cloud in regard Italian school. 31 Oakland AT., Oshkosh Wis. AJ&tCis.immeewish.sthemlong' happy :.

''annual encampment in this city hun- a more perfect place can not be found. I I! to requesting the officials of the A. C. In the.cast are noted C. Pol l Plancon -_. --- and pl'Olperoua1If., in which ''Uae Valley' 4-,

i- sdrsda of extra copies having already: but It I. just Impossible for me to go j i L.,railroad to run a schedule between the popular baritone; Madam Hertha The first full e.ro'celery leaving here Gazette most heartily\ joins. '4

,been disposed of. and orders are still back right srwspr ,,_ I, Kissimmee and St. Cloud that would be i He-yman until lately one of the prima this season was shipped by Mr. CLI. --. .
; coming in by every mail. Wishing you a prosperous future and r more convenient than the one in force donas of the Mexican National Opera Carroll on Tuesday to Baltimore, and it
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The following letter. the request in pardon roe for taking up so much of I I''at 1 the present time. Company and the Manhattan Op era Company was said to be as fine as was ever offeredon Dr. and Mrst. Jam** r. Blanchard
-I, appearing in casts with Tetrazlnlami the market from any state. lift this week'for"a.trip to New York.
with time. ,
which we most gladly complied your i I|I It was the sense of the meeting that 1 'C .

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Ir, .? s N called a fort an-J J named after the officer? \ on it that be runs Very poirt of th '!I It was quite roaCh and the PERSON & SWAB'EY'S: :
lIn going one mile. It is + went down
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:' in command. there e.topped twenty to forty feet in width and ou is fine. The dare i ia heavily .

,;:' r.# .. - .. wooded up.. At 1:00 p. m. we came tolKl host Is seventy fet long so we with palm cypre**; oak and RESUBDIVISION ,ofLOTS 39 ,and. 40, of the te. ) ,
l.f': ." ..immee'' Lake. This i i. beautiful i compelled to run slow to maka the turns.When'we 'I this the captain says, extends COMPANY'S :

,}' ,:' ,Of a Trip Over the Water Route from sheet! o.f,water| eighteen; miles! long by, entered one half'8'of the mile loops. boreone-half to one mile and FLORIDA LANDS .IMPROVEMENT? ., '
the, river we ran this the "
Everglade. We
f : ( eight} miles wide. At k3i20/p. m.we. arid' ran half": a fpJV;and for an -. Addition to KissiJt1l11cC .- 1.. '
i..f Jtissimmee to fort Myers a turn : the night In South nat near '. .. .
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'I' t u and Return. > '' The "Nimrod'-of party, Mr. E. \1MorrllOf't /' I L
a qu.ltrtto"f*t their prraY-cattle" rtnchn our ;18th.-'Thia'mornh.g..t 6:(O( : t o }{' ST" f'
'It.. the rtid of the.iake shot at. an alligator.: a family of seven! came: on bpartf '_ .- ,' . I ,
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/ ,.R": Fie following i letter, written by Mr. gmJ': into 'Ki* mmec River! which the did iflrt hit any of the party on the boat.mimSnute \' Wen camping here fishing,; : -: tala5 ,UI) 'i.I.II ,1. '.' In.l" )oI..Jt 73.IJ. "I.

f A; 8. Rose to the Koae' City
Review, ,is kindly furnished the alicyr Bluff "and tied.IIIP for the njght. ThU in 'captain stopped the boat. Qne of lowr.....r deck.. Started at 613+x. A, '. ' '3' ',1 2l"' 1".. 4.' a d' 2 .: r \'
hand,-jlf >HKrd OtP; and cured the '. i. "
,\ ,Gazette \by that .I gentlcmanvcitiaperlile i 1 a frefgkl and pa*enger !fandinft. We and qn wewentWe soon came to : W a.morniniff.m. passed Observation BreaJifact. at Island.7-: On. { .. 'jj.l: '. ... .. " .1"

i, ion to reproduce it iri thegR;:olumne. .hsvie seen four.mall alligawi:. today. \.Mlac where the river jpafcec: a lollop. at-end o/ lake i canal! -- 4" .. ,. !
;""j A which we take great pleasure in doit h, There ar% two" parlrcrcamping here tu- about eightyrod, coming back '* miles to Lake Hicpochee saw f '
night twfcWty-nve" feet of it.* f; a alligators; lOrgft-pawed into J t .1 :
.'. .. % cut runvquartt'rin.g through; we which is i ix mile long and "t
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Aft we do'not seem to get the tim' to Thuriaiay) the ]Itith, Ih', not turn with i'. ro "\he captain IJ'l< a half miles where''e cross it Ul -5. e', 5 : 4
write to all of our fnt-ni, I will gi.+ <- .l t:, a. In -briakfatl at 7.I'It. :a- dwhile it. (.ackfil-into, Jhe nt. then bad P! : across the lake nt.Q'aljal Passed' ; > ... w> tc

<-"tr.jr urrvl: : at 'iraritt, .HamIlnrk the: nv.-r. thus tuinr g entirely: ; a.'ounda'n'i : hotel the Central City, built on : '. :1: h- ;
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you an.account of.p trip we have lane) "Tn we'went. Rooster( Hammock pact _
4, . The cuMai.-j; la.-idwl: : ai.n I"OH'UH ( e of the mersfi or flats thre- .oq: Z IH I f'
of.-the Kof C.i\ and! Piciiir Hammock. W's of. "
through the coliims sr- mile front the landing this 8 I Uj
a Review* "to>! i-te \\t} jrr'VV'e, whu-f. I i. /aut.f'j'I] | triad, .J.}' :ti."thr" irruit l;, .d, ore mil |.
f i ... Mr. Frank Kartey' anlj' .,,'If':. Mr. 1-. "',i.. m.ii her.1it' i.avn a ii.vjitr. ,"f I .,'? : Aert to""'" w'ithnttwerry.f.etofwh, >; Vow pa-jfjxl through Ben- i 'WA'LY S1 ..( ,.
,) .. the t'iStrtt' : *-, .we wen before. I asb..d i the ' Flint Lakes, but the" ; .
t x.-.piiii to Lt largeot in c'inalhas
.N. Morrison ofSV.t lirwn l "
i and Wife vl. di cut through t ftUl
why Kt"01
Mich.; a Mr. Conn and wftof I' 'r:' 'H d ar o.n foot the ((0}J ;, 2 I '' 2' ] I ',. 1
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.Marion, Va.: Mr Colt &ndw.f"uf.a. in> height: l-fl at r- flU a. PJ., aMJ .would run down so.-low that you '(, of two and a I ha.lf.t.thut; the :
: I-ort Ki'-Mmnj' <-e. Hr, not earl a rowboat on it. At lilu: ] a. tr'we :
, at t'M' were 1 kt took it out to make a channel and .
q" Mir.nvwila
and Mr. Penschel of > iin ,- ,
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'he side there I It "till l ai-ordur>-> |"jaio Bluff Hammock at :!' here on it is the Cnloosahatchie- '
primed the.party that tart-d..t Wr.dnadrarrangements OM last Holt-in-thi.-\\'aJi.(, a short, cut .. .4 0 j I ,;
road,! \'Uik t h the ,i I' ) --17 1 Here we strike the 'telephone 3 .
with Captain (day Julu: or |l.-r ) trtx.fiH Turtle'Mound: Cutoff 1:15: p. m f>
Fort
to and '
tthe. hard lard one nI'' "ir. Creek the tif Myers pass ( ..... ::L I ) ,.
a son for an inland water trip from KIimmee -- big "or i.- of I l"tukl''Jla[ ) outlet a /{ ! T-h<- river Mat as they pail, ithere acct twenty-four miles west and north; aLU $6 e
to Fort Myers and return, mat i-nj.'th a large ice plant. This is the 7 ' ; .
2..W: UasBinKer/ ; :3: 15 at 1'ierce. ; ,
' mitef.V ,m from one to one and a half/ rill.iii beautiful place I 'have seen in
.
ing a journey fit sue hundred > VM passi-..- the (Usceola, one of The banks
of the river
with ,are
Wednesday Febru- wsttlth: and IS partly covered Juhnnoti', freight l< with 'his 5
started on mommy jats. s lo six feet high; fine meadows; t+: 6 5 .. X
w4 ary 15th, on the steamer Lillie, oxnedby ] water from three inches to a foot in captain of it. Just-below' here at Fo are a solid field of grass and ;! 8 "

i '. ,. the captain. Three miles down the depth.; This; wijl all be dry; I in a coupleof Bagginger is as far immense as the fieight the most Beautiful groves of __0'. ..::. -,1.. ', o. ; ,2 ::1 I' ; 1 ; I:
There IS an amount (%
week from r.ow. Thin land is covered gu I e% er sawOn the s des of "
"A' lake we passed Paradise Island vher- freight ithipfjed from here to Kissimm. H/L.L ST t
of these from"one -
kind is calltol palms are to a ,
with
., there is a fine fruit grove. The islandcontains (wastes one mostlyfruit AtPierce there air plants in full bloom and with !

j it' about one hundred acre's I I't maiden cane very nutritious and l'aICerl!} a ery large grove of orange, grapefruit plumes waving in the breeze These are some of tht most desirable combination' building and yg Ming t

Four miles down we' passed f'lemirIsland. : ,-aten by the catUe.: They are also very Kind 6UU Demons. Arrived and tied at Fort for Baaiuigerat a sight to 'behold.But there Iota within, the city Situated in a deHirable location and having } .
of which!, : p. m. up this .
fund oT the water hyacinth, describing place; it must be them
It> If';:- Here there is a fine grove. I IL 1' nl6tht"e have passed thousands wells surrounding r .
." often be properly appreciate All the .
,: ti was recently sold for to:t5JO( (eight.. the ra'"r..as full, and we saw thousands of cattle today, and on hammocks LaBelle which we. reached :'
i attic in the water up to their backs the flocks of eheep. Have 1Ie< .at Pkoie 214r Broadway H, EDMUND SWABEY Agt.r'i
: acres), and i is going to be t. cut up mt' : these beautiful proven of palms ,
; email tracts and sold again. SIx mil.-- after it. Hut there i III no rrnid or mire; a number of alligators today, the interspersed' with oaks. At r --

Kiftsimntiee Park III the bottom is marl and sand, nian> one.Friday we' came to our first bridge, ,
down at
we stopped 17th.This morning Nt
of course was draw or swinging
dock left be loaded withoranges as hard a* rock. Back of thts flat the who has been teacbinghere, by
and a barge to lady There is quite a settlement j
S and grapefruit At.20 a. m, land rises from two to four feet and if, name of Yates who .lives near And what a !beautiful: place it i i-. ,.
the south end of the prairie, land. This at present iscovered Myers! took .. us. also M river full of launches. We ,
we reached Southport, pace
of this and Mr. H. H.H
I' of Pierce and treated i
with a rank growth grass Estey the crowd
the lake, twelve miles from5Kissimrnee. iley Newport:': News, Va., who i.a
ty It used to be Kissimmee River from I which 18 now dead. The cattle are on naturalist in the employ oftbe Government a milk drinks shake and all we it could was fine.get; ROSS GRAVES

the river flats, arid the grass on theprairies and is here to collect s
here, but it was so shallow and crooked I at 3:10: ; pas ed Captain Haines'
t; that the Disston Company cut a canal I II is being burned the;' flames nsing '' of insects and birds. We consider Mr.Halley ; he was in the Confederate army, CARRIES A COMPLETETOCK, :: OF tHARDWARE'S
valuable addition
from thirty to fifty feet in all directions. a to our party a fine home and a fine large; s
four miles long into Cypress Lake. We I and I am indebted to him for the .,
, this canal. There The prairie and the flats are of the birds have today duck.o ; here. Here we saw a sjiake-bird,
., went through IB a we seen bird with a very long; neck,
I dotted all over with, what is here called ( all kinds large whooping cranes,
large orange and grapefruit grove on j is twisted like a snkke when he
each side of it. The trees were loaded f hamtnockB. This is a rise m thelandof wood, ins, the jackdaw the The banks of the river are still 1
from three to five feet and is covered blackbird the water turkey, the and the long smooth I
palms are so STOVES
PAINTS OILS FENCE WIRE AND sAND
with fruit and blossoms and the fragrance
with a thick growth of large timber, heron (fa large bird, white as snoar At 3:30: passed through /
wa delightful. Cypress Lake< palm and cypress ....with on the prairie, first year; after that. blue), the cormorant bridge. H. O. NeU of New
SELLS THEM AT ExTREMEi.S J : LOW PRICES
'I' is aix miles long. We went across one somepine and oak. The hammocks are ,, the Mexican buzzard, the has a great grove h../... At 4:20 .
of this lake and mU anothty : from on.to one hundred cres in extent heron the night heron, the curlew, the Milliard grove, one of the r
r. corner and each one stands out by itself, eagle etc. Started at 6:30.: Saw : .in the State Mr. Hjlliarj) bas BROADWAY KISSIMMEE"I I FLORIDA: f yL fI
and half miles and ,
canal, two a long,
snake ten feet
surrounded bv prairie or flat. The moccasin long on packing house:' "A{ .f30: came
into Lake Hatchnah'a, which we reached full of bank-and nothing; on boardsfp I '
-f' leaves are just-now out in size a grove; the owner also has I yi
I II
I ;I at 11:10 a. m. This i. a small lake. ; very rich dark green, and the reflection I stronger than coffee. Landed af-Ratt] grove at' FortMyers and I
land makes them Bluff fi Tw66d.: T\t 9:30: Mr. Conn
from the surrounding the here for
At 11:40) a. m. we'entered a canal one 19O9'crop un grove
look almost black, making each hammock a large alligator; stopped the boat, bu on the trees. At 4:30: passed .
and a half miles long. Here we came oasis in the :t' the 'gator rolled 'off the bank and
appear like an desert'; I| a nice little town with a nice church 4GRIFFIN'S 4
i I" to Fort Gardner.\ This was a fort occupied -a* wonderful and beautiful sight. The so we lost him. Lookout Point and arge hotel, another bridge; ; pleas-
., \ by our troops during the Seminolendian river is the crookedest I ever saw. The Okeechobee at 12 m. This is a body At 6:30: tied up for the night.

..t 1 war. Every post! so occupied was captain tells me there are many places I I water forty miles wide and sixty mh. ;Started at 1.:30. The GARAGEJ 1 1.7

runs back, to this point, twenty- .
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to thefijjjf. At !8:15! passed --==- j
the draw trestle. Here we>xpur first man J. GRIFFIN PROPR IETOR ::1:1t
: 0'H" !9 :311 i a. m. tietKjip. at the .\
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k.tt. at Fort :.;','ers. It is ofKjhe east ..04 '
"'r the river: and 1 is beautiful lit .Agency:
of *-HKI {JX'J>U I;'tlon. There"t are
I I HE "No. 400 SpringBed'9 fine hotels. The Royal Palm is
t,. famous ( building and the grounds "E. M. F. 30-d"FlANDERS 20"j j

", { it woultl- be hard to sur
; T is constructed of the There are many very fine resi ,,,"
and the finest yards and mont
steel flowers of all kinds that w > REPAIR WORK OF GARAGE COMPLETE IN .r
Acme
' best, quality i ever flowers seen.and Truly beauty Florida Here is we k .ALL KINDS. ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS


,, retempered. wire. It is 'j'jotl After' winter palm dinner with home''we visited,the one-and-a-fruit Thus.on.t f, ,I MILLER .BUILDING' BROADWAY, '":.:;

j : w .
tempered enameled south of the city of Myers. It is' ;t

bank of the river, or bay, as it .. -'
be called here. He has a beau- j
4 rust proof and and grounds, the latter being -- = -- -- - ----- ----- - :'1
with Royal Palms and all kinds of

trees and flowers, driveways, I I.
absolutely noiseless. playing, and is truly an 1ST. F' BA S

ru!?' OIL place. The city is Luilding up l .,

The "No. 400 Spring Bed" is theft and, property is held at exorbi- j
.. few' feet from the
Only a '
IIo.:
: ; TEED: most permanently constructed bed of at which we landed stands a I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER'Does '
Palm that was set out by Gen-
a la ,, S its kind. It can be used as roughly as ] (of civil war famein "

you please, but it retains its fine elasticity or 1848. Miss Yates took the '

w ; ...... springiness and unequalled "hold- train for her home, and Mr. General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti-
,
for Kissimmee. mates on Structures of an size 6V Dimensions whetherit
together.- 20th. At 6:45: Mr and Mrs.
.
be Two-Room Cottage Tourist'Hotel.Makes
N.I.LESS a or a ,
_ .tit "It's just f like sleeping on an airship" left us.points They and go by then rail to to Kissim Tampa --

one customer writes, for the spring allows At 11:15: we left Fort Myers on a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLSin
trip. which he has met with the greatest success '
outline |
j the mattress to yield to every -
I 21st. Came up the: west of any man in Florida.
I of the body's form, and yet sustains of Lake Okeechobee, thus mak

1 S F you -. We shot a small alliga Give him your work FI' 'i
i 1' a OIl It is the only spring bed made that . nninf it enough so that we will be well and quickly )d.o.ne.lSSlmmee, a. "; !

all lines of the regardless of attitude. Sleep on your l. and in a short time" it came w .
'a body
r adjusts the mattress to tied it, played with It a while,

f side, or back, you. are always perfectly at rest. would fight hard. We kept it I "II
'
is out of them write us tied up for the night. then let. it - \
Ask dealer especially for the 400. I
your
defy its native element. When we ar
1 direct for information and prices, and by all means your purchase until you. at Fort Baasenger. Mr. Pierce I .
11 i his home, one-half mile distant. 'I' IDEAL FJBER CUTTER ir
i bear from us. / Captain took all oCus with him ,
J his grove, which 1a a fine one, '
GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING JJED CO., /- with.. fruit but there was IDEAL FOR TENDERING //'

? much fruit when we left as
) Manufacturers Atlanta Go. we arrived. Mr. Pierce took us Eff }
Steak Ham
_ a house and gave us an introduc t Bacon,
t his family, and we remained one ,
f and a half, being entertained with 1
ut t. on' the piano by Mr. Pierce's J. S. PENNELL Agent ?
.i ,
&'' and members, of-our party. ,,'
JL
I bid reluctant farewell to AGENTS, WANTED :
kind people and walked another
I to East Bassenger, where we r,,'
_ our boat, that having come four
S a 01 //4 i by the river. And now a word ) 7000gOt10000000ti0ti0tiOt7bO000t10t100000t11D0000t10ti0g0 ;:":
L He furnished all X 1"I
our Captain. C. A. CARSON. 1 A. CRANFORD. 3. L. LUPFER.'

The No. 400 Spring Bed I and I and think grapefruit he must have the finest pro- I Vlc..-Pni.ldent. Seentan' ISPrtaldenl.

about forty pounds of candy.
r Noiaelenn Rustles Oil Tempered. Black 1
? .' over us all as though we
1'l 1 Enamel, Smooth Surface Comforta- his own family showing us all

i ''.1.. t' ble, Sanitary, Easy to Ilandle.j j interesting of inter 'd.places and not, but only went landed in I. KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.; ;

to show ua all there was to be
r ; Guaranteed for 5 years In short, he is one of the whole-
'
larjje-hearU'd, courteous, kind s s.s
BfcVS that ever. trod the deck of a < Rough and Dressed

from ar naphtha launch to an x .. :, ,
W oifllC grey-hound.' And it any A "
ever wish to make a trip here
: PINE
Mlrily- d entertained as you> never were LUMEE.Rt
i iI r ', go with Captain Clay Johnson a
I __ .'u will not be ilif a; pointed.' ,
4. 1"fftl S.5. balance of our trip was a repeti ;
3A the trip dew! n. and ut :3:20: p. m. & I.

_ .. we lied up ut the. Kibsimmt-e, g, = :..HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY1"1'
.5 5 ended! _
fco
-.5 and thus t my every _
5 the arty, the pltnppnu! t t.aid
entertaining .trip we have ever JJ
rrtt t,0 A..S. Roper.I 1 7 x ) fb )Cr Y 1Q Y. Yr Yr Y. Yr Y Yd a 74 Y 1Ci 17. iG ) )OtlCit ;


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\ *, properties) , Business'i i Blocks; B'udding'hots. i .i.l. .. :
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PROPERTY COUNTRY PRICES 's' ;.: ... ; K, > .

: AND TERMS. - Timber Lands... ." :.,/' I---'i.; : .; ":.,4i" -., ; ;'" "; / '--:. .

, EXCELLENT LARGE LOTS. .
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ADMIRABLE LOCATION.
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WELLS PARK is a subdivision located on the
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\, I\ beautiful Hillsborouah.. River JUST' IN THE W.EBU'.Y; > SELL: AND> EXCHANGER : ,

: I EDGE OF TAMPA. Florida's' most prosperous : .

andprogressive city. A city that showed the

I largest growth in population. wealth and improvements ] 1L ESTATE ANYWHERE :

I of any city in the state for the past1' ten ,
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: years. A city whose future is brighter than is 1

: I, even dreamed by the most optimistic.', Wells Parkis Ito Fine, Southern Plantation which fl* --- I' .{'. :" !

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undoubtedly the most attractive suburban proposition is Modern In Every HesIH) c1. '
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i i within a reasonable distance of! Tampa. These are but two of the I Z
Eighty acres, fronts on three of the prettiest lakes in Flor- ,;>
THIS [IS NOT AN AGRICULTURAL'proposition, "
1 ida: a two-story, ten-room modern house. baths fireplaces etc. 's 1

I but lor homes or an investment 1.1: has{ no equal a :T.wjenty-eight: varieties of fruits in bearing: 1OOQ 1 : ...,old orange !many very attractive proptrees ,-

r 'sub-division that has all the advantages that could'' "4" which will yield, this year approximately 4,500 boxes of I I Ii

be desiredf r.a home. ON THE RIVER. between a fruit: ter'acres in young citrus trees that will soon begin to bear. ositionwe.. : have listed I.
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Only six hundred feet'from a'railway station and within ten milesof i
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I"- two paved highways, within a few minuteswalk of ,
I Tampa. located on a paved road, 20 minutes'auto run to the .We have what YO U ':
a street car line. High well drained land beautiful ,
city A beautiful country\ home, surrounded by stately and pic. .- '" J.
: shade trees in bountiful profusion. Generous' turesque shade trees and a profusion of flowers. Price want.- ;

. reservations for parks streets and alleys.. Several .,; f

. :''i : springs of unexcelled drinking water on' the $10,000. Terims .


; property. .. i

1 So situated that the natural-growth of the city wjll .

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\ as home sites and to their value as an investment. 40'ACRES
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i\ The river at this point is sixteen feet deep and fit
It real bargains Jus ten, ", nines' from Tampa. '' '
very wide making an unexcelled harbor for small you want ' = on paved, road: fair six-room ,

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crasC and canoes. house, two story: most excellent fruit and truck land.Fifteen _

} I THIS PROPERTY IS OWNED BY US. in Real Kstate acres exceptionally fine for trucking..: Small grove of .oranges .

; TITLE GUARANTEED. and peaches in bearing. Twelve acres cleared and fenced. The {

YOU CAN MAKE NO MISTAKE IN THIS Write'us. '
mprovements this
1 on property alone are well worth the price.
t PROPERTY EXCEPT THAT YOU NEGLECT '. . .

.t TO SECURE ONE OR MORE LOTS ."()7f '.' ,. # Price $1200

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J, I the Ostrich. farm at Jacksonville, and every day on the table. The orange ,/
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:'; : "LAND OF Sf SHINE"Is reached Kissimmee November' 28th, and grapefruit trees are laden with FOR /SA

travel-worn but delighted with the bloom, while many trees are' bending

House Painting -- ,country.and-.-its-climate, the next day j with ripe golden fruit: The air laden SIX BOOM i BUNGALOWS

Ii: I I the.term ,,an; Ohio Lady Uses in going'on to St. Cloud, as we could go' with perfume of the orange and grapefruit WITH ? '

; Connection with Kissimmee and no farther that night. We found our It has been !said that Dame Nay .. ,FIVE CITY .LOTS '

", Paper Hanging trunks at the station, but owing to the,.ture came,,to. Florida with her apron .
. I Ij Osceola County. many advanced ''conditions atKissimmee' full of"all her;. products of grains,fruits Feet Front and 164

'j DecoratingKalsomining. : decided to make that our home, had our and' flowers, stubbed her toe and spilleits on Corner. ,

trunks back, and still here contents at Kissimmee.
shipped are / j i
:'1 The following article is taken from Well
I at the county seat of Osceola county. The State Encampment of the/< A. Deep Gasoline ,
the Morrow County (Ohio) Sentinel of
I d? I While St. Cloud is without precedentthe K. was held in Kissimmee the,. 4th and I
February 23rd and Tank
'$ r'L : most progressive town for its alf, 15th of this month, St. Cloud having a. Pump ,
Workmanship Guaranteed as Kissimhiee, Ha..February 16, 1911. : "
: having some four thousand inhabitants, campfire on the ,evening;)of the 15th. It i I '
Dear Friends at Home: I Water Piped all over the lots.
Good as the Best. I I (where eighteen months ago it was a was a most pathetic eight to Bee, after :; good Condition. Nicely
liowie
I promised friends at I
my many
,I lumber camp, with some fifty business the years of carnage and the devasta-
that would often write them throUKh_ I I ;
rhefuses and many substantial and beautIful tion of war, the blue and gray march- i
the home papers of my travels and impressions ALL FOR $1,800 IF TAKEN
AC. I homes, Kissimmee, wIllIe a much ing in the grand parade, nine hundred I
H. WEBKING, Z;,05fl;:, of. the Southland. I have written I older town, has advantages the tourist enrolled, headed by two hundred and I,
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to of friends besidesto
some fifty my Owner P. 0
"..". I chooses-that of better facilities for four school children with waving ban- I Box 575 ::
several and one letter to our
papers j I comfort. This is truly a city of great ners escrtedy,! the W. R. C., protected -------- }
has been
But the time
county paper. as '
I opportunities with her many resources. by ladi s on horseback serving\
taken and nearing the
so completely
up During 1910 there were shipped( out instead of police, an honored protection I '
c time for me to turn homeward, I felt 1 B. DICKERSONmakes
I of the town three hundred carloads of to the gray-haired veterans, with j'
owed friends A word of appreciationof mar-I'
my '
; besides those sent by express, tial band as inspiration and : ::
oranges
the best
building
enIiefih U. Bufeleit the earnest request to let them knowI
.; I had not forgotten them by telling themof meaning more than nipety thousand brapce of the days of, war, when at the j in the South. They are : : ::
cases; two hundred and fifty carloads beat of drum and sound of fife the heart> out of Lake Weir Sand-

::: my travels and some thingi I have of vegetables; 'two hundred, thousand took courage: and thought of naught and sharp-defy
Fared half and half and
seen. \ pounds of fish (one barge bringing save victory, and the all-inspiring brass
Will build
SHOP proof.
': BERBER My many friends are aware of my extended you
'1 seventeen thousand pounds at once) for band with music well rendered. A ban- crete house and
the Eastern States,
trip through I shipment to Kansas City marketnet-,!_ ;$ Cold Drinks & Cigars of my visit to Atlantic City, the battleground I ting two hundred thousand dollars. justice to the older towns of the North. See my Fire Place
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of Gettysburg and other historic I Shelves.. : : ,
I The largest industry of Florida is the The national officers of the W. R. C. as
spots. In the early fait I met some I Works ob'- ''
and lumber as'five well as many noted personages of the
products
turpentine ; ,
I Kissimmee: Fla
{ ladies from St. Cloud who had gone
years extract saps, the trees are cut towns and communities were precent. BROADWAY AND MIDLAND
o s from many of the' Northern States to Rf'Y.
!, I and the lumber put on the market. And now at some future time I will
make Florida their home. They urgedthat I
;{ ,'\". --- ---- Thousands of colored people are employed tell you of my trips over lakes and _. --.-.- - '
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I, too, join the ranks of those who
I 1 at cutting ,down timber and rivers on launches, auto trips, and my I
THOMPSON\ were seeking the choicest boon, health,
:' J. W., flowers grubbing roots aa well as work in the'I trip to an old Seminole burying ground,
,. and where bloom perpetually and
f'i .,.. -turpentine camps. The phosphate mineson and my Diane to make this. my home. '
where the sun shines with undiminished '
also of With the best.wishes to the home WOOD'S -
;, luster through the winter ,months. I .the west coast are a source l
FUNERAL ,DIRECTORnd revenue to the State, where it is mined I friends, I am, ,
: realized I was truly nearing life's setting '
and Germany to Mrs. Belle Modie
. shipped by shiploads
sun'and I decided Farm
, fully to see for'Rlylelf -
>,, be manufactured and placed on American Kissimmee! Fla. : : : : :
the land so much written of as the :
_!. cattle inferior I
market. While the are -;- - ---
place where the first Battlers planted
EMBALMER
LICENSED We ..
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?It' in quality, this county alone has .1 are
their feet on American soil, and to see I Florida Maps. the best in.all Farm ,
1'-' CourthouseKlSSIMMEE three hundred thousand head. Many I
(Opposite for myself if it were true that we need I
I men own a$ many as seventy thousand I Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley Crass and Clover 1
." I only to come to Florida to love the pure ,
I head, fathers branding thousands as Gazette office a pocket map of Florida Seed Corn Cotton
air and water, God'-a heritage to every '
t FLORIDA children thus will be mailed to address in the Sola
: citizen who wishes to avail himself of birthrights to perpetuating any ConrPe&s,

".. I its bounties. I decided upon reaching a heritage to the residents. Thereare United States. We can also furnish Sorghums Kaffir f.;

my home to make preparations to come vast prairies, where herds of cattle maps of Osceola county at 81 each, arid Millet Seed Peanuts, ,j

I are raised and where cattle and hogs, will be glad: to estimate on sectional maps ': : 1 ;
when the song-birds came and stay until "Wood's Crop i. f '
s L. CHAUHCEYCONTRACTOR after being branded, are placed! upon of any kind. I I s
A. M. they come back, and this beautiful II Special
!I, .the market without cQet to the owner.
I balmy morning sit down to tell you I gives timely
I The infirmary county farm has only one
"": 1 I interest all '
something hope to you as i seed. to plant each
inmate, and the of the
surplus product
''h'' I the Southerner says. i orange crop of Osceola county haa built: FOR SALE CHIP FOR CASH the year also prices of
| We left our home on Monday before able Seed. Write for : )
-AND- a fine public school building, having -
Thanksgiving for St. Cloud, Osceola mailed free .
request.T.
on
I four thousand dollars for the farm
paid Orange Grove 197 old
;! BUILDER county, Florida, the colony purchased
I besides the of the
keeping up expense trees. Seventeen acres under '
,! for a home for the soldiers, where they W. WOOD &
!a5! 3! I 1 county. fence. One mile from' !
I, may spend the remainder of their lives ,
''i ... PU.. sad Estimates' Furnished. I where wintry winds l are unknown and''I Among the beautiful sights are the city. Apply to Seedsmen, ; }

xJ 1 truck>gardens, which are yielding carloads I
I Satisfaction Guaranteed they fre permitted to enjoy the warm HARRY W. THORIUM,
\, sunshine all the year. We stopped at of sweet crisp vegetable-to the UATCTMC Mm, UUIlKE FUIIS

Atlanta, viewed the battle-ground1' ; acre. New potatoes are being served I I 4-St
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.' 1. KISSIMMEB!;. OSCKOLJI.COUNTY. KUA. Suecres\ is -a condition )' ilorj' !" inwardly again tiful. .bouquou of rarest and richest 1.), i .
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l iIUBSCIUPTlON'JtAy'E9: ., *-- M rft. M. f. Drgraw\ remains; ilanguroOvr Hcmi-tropical'' lano,!. When the many- POWDER
... tl (Ml No fl I successful! 'whilehi ,.tlourse I BAKING
Om.oopy,on )t. r jnnn can l.iII. .lu.h('n..1. was being enjoyed |the
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,0001.1", mnnt ..2:...:.; the fll"JI'i tiiniTrulf. of "uun 'rnppinexiuttd' : "7 j -'--*-tee.ne-was, matle) more-\ fascinating with/ j

i' ''t All communlnttlnnii': .." ....,\ from i oupuUioM. discontent ' \ The L diell' Improvement Club have i napkins folded fancifully, each with a 1 Absolutely Pure fh

aorr-mpomlunM" :: eel b* elaned hythewHMr I applied' fj>r a charter. tiny Ran bearing the inscription
RotocUdmcttnr will not Im roturnud unlwwaJtodfor. "Jolly j
\ .. Nothing can be more foolish than to I Ten St. Cloud Fla. J
"- .__... -_ February 17, i'1ES'iiOME
Bntorad the-Pl.ollle.- InKll. 'tmm.....F1&.. &* Net,. up a Mingle Mttndard of success and Mrs.. Scott, the artist, has returned 1911. { BAKING EASY :
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,r aae.dela.a_ mall\ nmttnr.Friday expect every one to ucCl.I'Ly it. from a jlfc-as.ant visit i.n' Orlando. I I -1

..... The New'Vortt veterans resident in I

Mal_'.l'11. :tt!, 1U11 Enterprise in necessary, liutthe right Mies" Ettina Kyftdale was a Zephyr I St. Cloud with their\ wive, antlfrl..nds, I vr.tt. +rf* aLight
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I .. sllrt 'of capital-ability' to labor with Hills and. 1 amps visitor the past Week. : met at.I.\ .. home of Comrade t F. G. ,1

4 .and. a love.for the job; then success. Knapp, at r'lorida avenue and 'Sixth' j Biscuit1 \ a

K Sent Complimentary.Parties The'woman'e; Club i will hold an "uTtl [street, Tuesday, last, ,going from there ;

'rccciving.thix 1'I..rJlId'capit'.J: muttt !h. wisely handled l Inca ..exhibition" dn March 17 and! l 18! ;'in Itotlie I lake 'Iront to hold' their first

not regular suuHcribc-ra. paperwho ', for our own and other1 interest, G. A. 'R. hall aft.rno01u! and evjjpirir" | j jThe I I basket picnic.. Abrfut fifty were present I 0 Delicious, Cake
are .
",:?, but the form "within itt our J permanent A bountiful lunch was served j .
it is the intention .
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t-- of the publishers. l tQ later stocks in hand. l.ailu-YT'" Aid Society of I lie M. K. j'speeches were made by some of theveWransv Dainty Pastries
t '-- and) an enjoyable time
demand of them the subscription. church, will give a New England: MupP'rin j was I
t 1 price, as it, Is mailed to them complimentary One of the. prime requmiU's for BUI- the G. A. R. hull on Tuc'Mluy Mare) Wrtt| by all present.. The next meeting -
COBS in the need for complete concentration ' 7th. will be held at. Comrade Furman's Fine PuddingsJifr"
by our Board of County .
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on our own affairs, to the residence. New York avenue between .
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Commissioners for Jhe purposeof
avoidance fcrit.icillm of our neighbor's -, Fifth and Sixth streets, the first Tuesday I
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acquainting! th..m"wit.h thee Mr. Edward Addis our, I local I photographer j Flaky Crusts
in March o'clock
methods.\ j at 2 p. ni
has sold out hid interests here
many 'advantages and opportunities ; 7" }
this town and county offer '- and will shortly remove with Kin family I -

.,, .... the homeseeker. The paper will Whether our station be high: or low, to ('California. | Comrade Frank M. Sterrett, of Troy i

',' be mailed for a few weeks to anyperson public or private, in the esteem of I Ohio fs registered at the New St. and the food Is finer
''I others It matters not, for no" one can Cloud.! He came through Washington.
Comrade lectured before
whose name is given us, KmpKon it
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,1, ,I and. if. they should desire to receive render. my final account but me.. large and i iritert-Klfcl Itudi.rll'" on ThurB-. I D. C. on his. way here, and was entertained more tasty cleanly

t tr/, it regularly thereafter, we day in the G A. R. hall. Subject : in that city- by Col. John McEI-: and wholesome than the ready- .., ,
\ Prayer is ineffectual only when we roy. Comrade,' Stercett* has been executive ,
:'Two Hundred and '.Sixty-Seven Days
would be glad to put them on-our
iul cription list at the regular fail in the co-operation: "Every om in Andersonville I'rison. 1 director of the last four national made found at the shop or grocery. .

that asketh receiveth." I encampments, and has been amember ,
rates-$1 per year, 50) cents for
t' six months. : succeed Col. Frank Sterrett of Try Ohio I of the national executive committee Hsiysrf OeM Bo.ir-00 e" ..fayew.s.wd .
To is to attain to some ideal for twenty-years on the national. board I of the Grand Army for twenty __ rid Att#,..... "

11 ===-== --_ ,' condition of our own mental devising of the G. A. R. and the "big"'man years[ his being the longest service in .

or to feel l that we are filling a place who arranges all the dhtails of the national an official capacity ot any man in the HOYAL SAKIHO) POWDER CO.. NEW VOK.
the "Tobe" Bryan "
Tomorrow is day
"., that senatorial job-that worthy of our best endeavors: encampments, is visiting St. ,II'.Union. Comrade Sterrett is here for i
begins holding *
the of .
purpose looking into the advisability -- -- '
$7,500 a year with several side line Cloud and expects to commence; the ,.
pays rake-offs. I am a success is a far p' reater lonviction erection of a state bank here an soon "establishing a State bank in I fiat Justitia. J j Not as much so as our fathers who

) than can be expressed by I .xuc- as minor details are arranged: He is I St. Cloud. In view of the exceedingly ,, fought the! armies of George the third.

: .=.= -- ceed. delighted with St. Cloud and its people. promising outlook for the future of the Editor Gazette: The states were equal partners in the

.. I' About the greatest jokethat has come i town, especially now that it is incorporated I have read with considerable inter Union. South Carolina owed no more>

, this way since Roosevelt passed through I am successful within myself (is the I he considers the field a good est the address of Commander Thomp; Allegiance to Massachusetts than did l
"The in the Orient,
: M the announcement that Congress may only success that can alone defy fate Evening givenby one, and believes that such an Institution son on the life and character of Abra- Massachusetts to South Carolina. '

investigate' the steel trust. and smile serenely in the.. presence of local talent last Thursday evening, as he proposes will soon) ...- ham Lincoln. Although distinctly'and There was no authority by which one> '
was a splendid success. Mrs. J. B. -4
!l.nty.I . uncompromisingly a Southern man,
1 any imaginable condition. section of country could dominate the ;-
had of the affairs.
Westcott
KUsimmee : enjoying the greatest charge I born and reared near to what has been other Hence there could be no rebels.It :

prosperity in its history and the way in Failure is the e\act opposite to success Those taking part and illustrating thediff..rent Former residents of Ohio met pursuant denominated "the hot bed of Secession would be just as legitimate to call .

.f", which the Board of Trade is working it does not imply any outward symptoms ways of costuming! in that to call at G. A. R. hall on Wed- ," 1 have always entertained an Mr. Jones! of the firm'of SmfthA Jones. ;i ia
far-away,Country, were Mrs Whipple, 'I last I
riesday for the purpose of organizing exalted opinion of this and good
great
will be but a short time until it will necessary, but is an inward sense "rebel" if he should withdraw from
t have ten thousand population. of disappointment bordering on despair Mrs. Addis, Mrs. Da Ratt, Mrs. Hamil- '; a society and partaking of a picnic man, and I join heartily in the praise the partnership. ,
New-
ton, Mrs. Battle and the Misses
dinner. The
I which is as likely to possess the owner meeting was called to bestowed upon him. I an not seeking to justify Secession.
,, fiJCirkwood:: and Westcott. Forms of order by the temporary chairman, W. There is one thing, however, in the
t (e\ thin-g- others needed of a mansion as the occupant of a most That was a monstrous mistake. Nor
!) --The one above all greeting, such as salaaming, etc.; and I
I H. Empson.- On motion committeeof address decid-
which I
squatted tenament 'in the poorest district a to object most do I propose to discuss any question in
\. to make Kiasimroee the most advaneed the style of singing and the guests
I, j .. of the city. way five was appointed to nominate offi edly. In speaking of the assasin of volved. But when a man calls me a
.r. city; In Florida is a thoroughly qualified x were received, was beautifully executed cers. The commit.tee. reported as follows President Lincoln, Commander Thompson I "rebel" he calls me what I never

and business-like mayor and board of When our men and boys take to lit by these ladies. Rev. J. B. West I : For president, W. H. Empson; describes him as "a black hearted, and the best construction( I can wasp put

aldermen, which the voters will proceedto cott, pastor of the M. E. church. madean for first vice-president, W. L. Bartlett addlepated, execrable villain." Unlessthe
ing as unpoluted lives as they demandof ; upon the act is that he has used a term
elect on the 26th.\ address and told of this Oriental for second B. F. of this has dictionary .
.. our wivea,and daughters we will vice-president' Rails; author address a without taking the trouble to ascertain ) .
I Ir have a civilization worthy of our high country and its customs and of his im- secretary, G.: W. Penn; treasurer, Fan- giving meanings to these terms its real meaning. I

t, The ingredients that compose the est ideals. >resBion&vrfien' he visited there while ny M. Giflin; executive committee, A. differing from any with which I am D. M. Breaker. .

: .. m e.IJp-of Mr. Lorimer must Indeed be I making a tour of the world-in 1904. U. Cooley, George Timbers, Humphrey familiar, he has perpetrated a foul '

1 r ninety per cent., gall, if he still remains Thou shall call His name Jesus because Delicious refreshments were served Cellars. On motion, the committee's slander upon the object of his! vituperation. We are deeply grateful to all these .

a member of the United States Senate he shall save his people from and were exactljMike' those served, in report was adopted and the above- I knew Booth personally afid long-haired evangelists and street

after forty of its members voted his the Orient.ITEMS named officers elected. A motion to know he never deserved this abuse. preachers who come down to save us-
their When?
sins:
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4"x .,... .electron was brought about through .., hold a meeting once. a month was His killing of Lincoln was prompted by unregenerate folk; but why don't they '

at. fraud. t ., OF INTEREST CUPPtD: adopted.. devotion to the cause he had espoused come down in. the summer time, when
? \ "1' Protracted' mental labor diminishes
forc'e FROM THE ST. UOUD"TRIBUNE; Like "a good many others, he . we are more liable to spoil and have ; '
,t {," his; into muscular ; pleasant taste, smell, Prof. J. 1 I. Cummmgs, 'dlrector ot the of the more
"Mr. Frost King poked nose if Lincoln was out way peace I )time to be saved T' We wouklll'taccuse
week etc; .augment muscular power; pain -:-- St. Cloud brass band is in receipt of a
.;. f. our gardens a couple of nights last *" a would be secured with them of design to make .11 Unsaved
.,' and nipped a' few potato, t tomato and and other.disagreeables diminish it, The social held by Martha Waahing- letter from Senator W..H Lynn; preSIdent the South. It was a mistake-'a; most souls pay' their expenses merely '"
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tocEminent Ladies' Garrison of the of the Seminole Land and Invest-
; bean plants, but not to such an extenta I unfortunate blunder as the sequel to give them\ a chance to spend the win :'
Does true light dispel l. darkness? Order of the Globe, at the residence of ment Company, granting the former'srequest I .
to prevent Kissimmee shipping more that a desirable site be set proved; but it wasentirely free from ter in Florida-but it looks a bit that
1 One of the most extraordinary ilrs. W. W. Krape, Minnesota Avenueand .
Vegetables this spring than any other paradoxes apart for the location of a pub ic band- personal animosity and'did not partakeof way. The two classes of fake most
of today lies in the fact that Eleventh street was a decided suc I
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; f, point in the State. stand. The space donated for this purpose the nature of villainy. J numerously: represented in Florida in
with the advance in Mrs. Battle found Mrs. Howe tobe is most located
simultaneously cess. centrally
,. adjoining I
The address waa a capital one, but it I the winter time Tare the religious fake
scientific medicine wholly unparalleledin a friend of her niece, and they became the public park on the east, and be-
tween that reservation and the head- would have been'more acceptable to J and the advertising scheme fake. We
1, Press dispatches tell us that when the I
the world's history, is there being a acquainted at once. There was a
quarters of the company. many who heard It if the term "rebel"had | do not assert that the first-darned doe s _
i American-Canadian reciprocity treaty quackery flourishes more than the nice little program. Mrs. Riddle and '
omitted. And it would have not effect
been some good; but many of them .
ia ratified food will bechedper.
products darkest of the dark Mrs.. Hamilton rendered a pleasing
ages. . .. The Woman's Christian Temperance shown a proper appreciation of the rant against all the great organized
but we'll bet - -- - --- -
Well, maybe so; thirty duet which encored the ladle,
was Union of St. Cloud celebrated Frances
kindness displayed by Southern people churches and unsettle the faith of
more
6, cent that something else will "ris" up CAPT. W;. 1. HILLMAN responding with two more songs; the Willard Memorial Fund in 'G. A. R. I .
< to the G. A. R. to have left it out. It weak-minded persons than they lead to i
'sto .separate us from every dollar we.ue- recitation Mr hall on Tuesday February 21, 1911. A ..
:.. ] "Temperance, by "
just. We were not rebel! a better life.-Lakeland News. "
was ;
never
rendered before .
of lovely waa an .
T eed In extracting iron the pockets: Howe encored the recitation program
was as was
? '. WIN Give Cash Prizes to (the Winners interested and appreciative audience. 11.-
: .n 4.llowa.i .. of "A\Soldier's Retreat," by Mr. .

: '. I in1 the Spelling tTohtesL.Thy Hamilton, an Interesting paem composed .

j' TheBosrdof'Mdedidan.xceedinglywise by Mr*. Hamilton' son, William
thine at lu meeting Monday inigtij' fpltywjins.*dispatch,, Jrom Tallahassee J. Gainer of Elco, Pa. St. Cloud' had
appeared' !in the columns of the
? when I it instructed it* chairman of the the honor of its first recital. EEJITRLT1RE
state press this week: .
r" committee on'muniCipal improvement -
Capt. W. J. Hillman, of Live Oak .
the Council to enforce
request City
the ordinance relative to the laying of who is noted for his deep interest in all The illustrated lecture on "Rome," Saturday Night Feb. -i We Are Now Ready to

effort which have for their object the by Dr. Cooper in G. A. R. ball last'Fri- .
sidewalk. We trust the Council will ENGLISH GRAND OPERA Cod.ANL
moral, industrial and educational betterment day night was both entertaining and In-
Bee its way clear to heed the request LADIES' ORCHESTRA .
of the state, as. well aa for hI. tructive. The. house...." well filled. 'J .

generous donation., to the end .that The quiet of the darkened room gave A Cast Production-of Pietro TAKE ORDERSFor ,

Hon. Nathan P. Bryan of Jacksonville these laudable objects may be the more evidence of the interest and appreciation Msscagni'. v ( .

? e ;i Democratic nominee for United readily accomplished, ha* just deposited of all present To those who nave CAVALLERIA Ij

t r t ". States Senate subject to the formal with State Superintendent of Piiollc any knowledge of Rome and her history of theSPECIAL"

e4: eJection iof the legislature in April and Instruction. II. Holloway .176 In the view of her m..lye-and wonderful RUSTICANA" Copies, .. .
appointed by Gov. Gilchrist to the un- AMD .
b W Kold. architecture in aqueduct, arch, column isf

xpired term of Senator .1_ P. Talla- This sum of money Is to be used. e.thedral. catacomb and so forth, \together THE ROSE Of AUVERGWE .

1 ferro March 4, ha* chosen Irimrhlin: follow: One hundred dollars] to be with theleetl1rer'*vivid de*:rip- With C. /Pot. Plancon, Baritone; '1v

Kelly, of Jackson county. a* his private awarded to the 'beat speller, a* determined ion of them wa like personal visit Guillame Hertha/Nikow. an, ,Tenor Soprano; Madam, and EDITIONOF ')

.. secretary. by the state spelling contest; ICO to the old city, and very much worth others: <

to the second best speller, and $;25 to while. 8&le"Me .' ) .
i 1 Seat to $1,00
now on
A disastrous fire swept over White the. third best speller. ---- Sale at Ro enona. -.

6 Springs. on Friday last, destroying In addition to the foregoing. Supt. The Improvement Club of St. Cloud

thirty-five building and entailing loss Holloway will present to the best spell- met at the home of the president, Mrs. THE -

i f !' ter of one hundred thousand dollars. But er a handsomVfold medal, beautifully J. W. Squirts, on Tuesday evening, In ,.

ft little thing like that can't stay the inscribed Besides this, there will be honor of Mis Rilla Shoemaker who 'FUN! FUN!! FUN!!! VALLEY GAZETTE j

, Aa progress of such a town as White other medals and prizes awarded by was to take her departure for her t

i t I I Springs-the country surrouni Ing is too other friends of education. Northern home on Wednesday. The LET NO INNOCENT MAN ESCAPEAt

t ; prosperouB nd its citizens too ener Nearly every county in the state will evening waa spent with music, games,
the tfret MOCK COURT "
getic. be represented and the contest will be etc., after which a gold spoon was. presented .
of
3 TRIAL under the auspices
conducted in the hall of the house of to Miss Shoemaker for her faith

It was a most lamentable affair, that representatives during the session of ful service to the club, especially with The American Woman's Leaguein -- 1

I' + \ of the principal of the public schools of the legislature. Prom now until the her music. All who know Miss Shoe- Which will be ready ** .

1 t' St Petersburg objecting to the presence date, of the contest the' interest maker, sincerely hope she will returnto the Opera House on '

l'' l.yt J of the Confederate flag in the parade in throughout the state will be intense. St. Cloud next winter. Mar 14 In about three weeks ,
Tuesday Evening
y t that, city on Wa hington'a birthday. Ifs -- ---- ..

a1J7 city Florida is forced surrender Card of.Thanks. The pretty home\ of Mr. George One of our most( respected citizens will .

,., Its love and admiration for the, men whoA I wish totexprtse my. moat sincere Daugherty presented a merry scene! the be charged with breach of Promise .', "" .

: ; wore the gray, and respect for the.flag/ thank' and gratitude to the people of afternoon of Friday, February I't' when !'I Regular Court Rules. Startling \ w to.- ,

they bore in the days of '61-65, that in- Developments. Ludi-
r' KiMsimmee, and especially the Masonic Po1/'fl. Daugherty entertained\ the club of I Situations. Local
//. and crout
; ,v ,creased population prosperity might order, for their many kindnesses shownme the Jolly Ten, which had previously arranged 'Hits. PRICE 25 CENTS PER COPY t, .
,>- l follow, we prefer to remain as. we are. during the Iji e illness and death of for the celcbVation of the fifty- I .

i ''j' Intelligent men do not tJlP..ctSouthern-1 I my husband. ''Whatever may be my lot seventh anniversary rof the birth of AN EVENING OF. REFINED FUN I .;dj

J! ere to forget the !. ''In future 1 will never cease blessing tHeirhostess.,, The! home is admirably''' PRICES: 25.; 35 and 60 Cents ,

:!'b- or cease to love those old heroes; brave them and prating for their. rappine.-. adapted! to entertaining, and it waamade Tickets on sale Hobereon's Drug Hiore Jtt1 'JIt'" Ij
rf+V do not demand t. '" ] Open 7:30. Court called at 8:00.: '"' I '.,. ..
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1"'t'i' .men- Mrs. C. D. Edick festive! on this occasionwith beau- I II : ,.

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Gazcttc-l 'Cement ot- tile sidewalks.., Guaranteed Little Fred, the ,..- I I I I Mr. and Mr. -E,. ,E. Carpenter, of
'The Klsslmmee Valleu MR., C. D. DICK Announcements.
forever. Prices right Allerton', Mr*and, Mrs. Will '" Detroit\ Mich., are epeTuDing a few day 1 .

: r TELEPHONE NO..11, j &, Demg. 8-tf: suffering. several In. the,city Mr. Carpenter is president -:-. -

l.caslfr.1.addin greatly' poinonln caused from ,,,.and general manager of the Carpenter Passed Into, Eternity on Tuesday, For Mayor a
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'f Mr. 3. A.L on'the han ''nRieted' Chemical Co. of I. 6
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY :| Detroit, J.ntSl'I owns
., .-Bir....TW to'the appearance of'his brick business use knife.. He) was, ca !I|; large landed, interests in Cuba, where February 28UI.,.at 6 P. M. 1 hereby, snnmine myself ss s rsndlOtt fortluomceof
u theJiberal MoorofKlHolmmx
sad
'' MAF.FI0. house art Main street by for treatment 'his nu'C'eliide. Mr. 'the The certainty of death B. on : par Carpenter, fully nili-li the vikun fellow cillMai.. ,
"I of( my
7 _"'_- of the' paint brush.' I to get relief, and, it is ,( elder, ,spent"a short: time in Kissimmeelastseason manifest in'our city Tuesday evening .' II. C. MT.nro a...; ; '

owflwrw Miss, 'Ola Simmona, of Little Rock, amputation of' the", !' / : and was so; well.pleased ilx clock, when Mr C. D. Edick was .....:..-
Ark., arrived lifHhKr' city Monday, and aary. *. |Vith owe city that he !1."IctW'On; a deal! called'upon'.to render final account for A '

Weather Report 11l will make her Home in future with.her I to dispose of his Cuban property, and' his actions while in the flesh for Marshal( and fax:' Collector

sister,. Mrs.. L. II. Iqgram. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chas.' 'if the deal goes ,through, .will come to Mr. Edick who was sixty-six years oi .' 'I"h.reb:# knnnunoi myself M a candidate for
.
Ml>v_ v* B H >B4 McKeea Itock, Pa., : rel ntiqn (O the office. of Clly M. hal nd Tar
BB.UW "
*ta >W MHJ this place:.to live. age at the time of his, death, came toKisiimmee
,
Miss Mattie Bandy, who has ,been several Collector of Klmlmmee, and If 1 nromlc
:temperatures J i spending < W Uie daily from Paris N. Y. in the fall
Following .-spending severaL weeka..iai Si. JU>uis i <. leave in a few days Mr. and Mrs IK H. Wheelock, o( the.m. fidelity to the performonoe of my do. 4
1 and precipitations of 1909 and remained here during the Men In the future M I h...o shown In th. pawl.Reapwtfullr .
of millinery Hamburg, W. Y. who have been here
" purchasing h*r spring stock lions of Florida before ,
the Government entire winter ,
here accompaniedby
leaving
reported by .
station at Klssimmee for theweek returned horne Monday night. Mr. and Mrs..., for the past three months, having his wife in the late spring. When J. McP..* ,I.*. f..
j rooms at the residence of Mr. R O.
ending Mar 2, 1911. .1 Mr. S. B. Aultmaft is spending several! lighted with I the cold weather in last fall he again -
i 1 Meek left yesterday for their Northern
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chased "of
.!' !, ..." ....... aAa+ 'large days contract at Thonotosassa which he looking has on hand after for a: 'on which a tract they expect j:' .home, al.thougtJ-he! t drip; will be came home here:in with Weit his Kissimmee wife and,purchaseda intendingto For Marshal and Tax Collector ' .j

made by tag<&. Both Mr. and '
j Friday . . . 64 34 packing orangee,and grapefruit. next fall. easy make this city his permanent home. I herby annoiiode myself a oandldal forM '
73 34 !Mj-s. Wheelock' are highly loosed with 4..,; and CoiWtnr for the t Mwn> at Klmlmmm J
Saturday . Mr. Dv F. Illrtzell. Jr., ..returned'home Judge; J. N. bur city and we fully expect to have His health up to within a short time ago ) and ollrll-tlut support 4"if ill the voter, t

Sunday. . . ta RO 44 Wednesday from Tampa, where,' Kas.;, spent a few 1 Monday . 62 him' he was unable to throw it duties of >ald' omen.. r''
In the week the of i I
he has been serving as a juror guest begin to take on golden hue Iii the 5ETIITYSOB-'
Tuesday.Wednesday.. .. . 84 62 the pat two his former townsman fall off on account of his advanced age. '
United States' court and the shallows seek a more congenial : I j
83 66 Mr. Edick had friends
mad
J weeks. judge was shown ; clime many
f 'Thursday 77 61.fLJ and contiguous; \ I during his short residence among us, he For Councilman
Mr. C.Woodall came up from Mrs. M, C. Fowler of Kansas City, being of'a most pleasing and generous
Tampa, where he is serving as a jurorin and was delignted who has so successfully: operated jn real I deposition, and his death is most'sincerely The friends of Opt. H M. Broker place. hi*
stated that Kl name before the votra of Klialmrae aa s candidate
the United fates court, and spent most progressive estate m this state for the past'yeas?, and regretted by all\ our people. ror Clljr.uollnoUman.bell."IDI be will "

F e W+N1+N'a N'N'ewi '-'a'N'a'w I Hot Saturday and Sunday with his. place he had seen in who l is at the head of a company that The remains. le.ft on the one o'clock serve .Iho:! alt? with eredlt. ,.

Ji family. owns several thousand acres of land on train Wednesday i in* charge of his wife V

c' THE,= LOCAL FIELD. Your trees need attention noyv. Go Mr. D. J. S mner, the eastern shore of Lake Tohopeka- : for his I late. home at Pans, N. Y., and Mayor's Proclamation. tUnder

to Kissimmee DrugCo.. and get some Fla., but who lived in liga, arrived in the' city last week witha were escorted to the depot by a large '
and virtue of the power veiled lame
-i Used for over twenty-five car of thirty people from the West, number of Masons of which order he by
Creocarboline Special for foot rot, ; I. T. N. Murnhr.Mayor of KlntmmesOty. )
____ according to directions, will guaranteea at the Valley Gazette >, and sold every one of them a tract of had long been a consistent and honored Iriorida.doberehjaoaounoeprocidinandde.t
7-4t It is four years since land in Fowler Park. Mrs. Fowler is a member. clare that an election will be held'the CltfHall.
Mr. S. B. Aultman returned from cure. from this county and most remarkable woman, and the suc1 In aald City, during the lags hour of "'
e Thonotosassa yeiterday. have made in that 1 1, cessful manner in which: she buys and When .You Sell Your Grain Totln.. oh Saturday,the 26U day of ...rob.... ,'
E. Davis who owns considerable D. for the eleoUnf life following ,
Mr., Jae. 1011. pnrpoae
Mr. Dozier Leitner made a bueineestrip property at the head af Main as to make him look ini sells real estateis the wonder of Florida'people. ; Your"tock or other product, why not oJioare to serve a terra of one year, ..I..: '4

to Loughman last week. and his own home. lIe place your money in the bank and avoid I owe Mar or, rt
street, has just completed clearing .
simmee would be the < the worry and of it in One Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Winn visited fencing one acre, ,which he intends Mr. and Mrs. J. Hoapland of danger carrying One Manthal and Tai Collector, x,
Tampa and St. Petersburg last week. planting in fruit trees next week. land Florida before Pa., who'have been spending sharon\\ your pocket or hiding It around your -'? One Treasurer
/ t at home ...... to serve a term of two yen, .
in Kisslmmee the ]
S. Todd visited his daughter, Bass has had a hand," Rev. E. B. stopping > residence r
II. Ira
Mr. Mr. very If you have any bills to pay, pay Three Member! of the city OffnnrU.
Mrs. D. G. Wagner, at Sanford last some tile walk laid from the front gate reached the city last of Mr. R. O. Meek on Broadway celebrated them by check and have a legal receipt I hereby. pnolnt R H, Kraju, r. W. Stalker "f ,'
of his residence Broadway main until late spring the fifty-first anniversary of their and N. M. Pfann\ a* Inipeoton and A. 0. 00
week. to the steps on for each and every payment made. In
located with Mr. J. M. marriage on Wednesday, and received bert aa clerk of fold election.
the
has added greatly to
Messrs. R. D. Labtar and M. II. Porter which } and well-wishes addition you can have a complete record In wllnean. whereof> I have hereunto' at my
: and St. Petersburg last appearance of his home and grounds-. street Mr..; many congratulations of your financial affairs without the band ai Mayor of said city end sensed. the seal +
visited Tampa from number of friends they
of the) large
for the cause of of mid city' .to be.hereunto affixed tfcli Mth day
trouble of
week. Mr. Harry Thurman is having constructed and dry campaign, so I have made during their stay among u,. keeping a complicated .set of Februari A. D. 1911IS .

Mr. Thomas Schuesler of Lafayette, a concrete block storage room three years ago, and That night they were given a surprise books. alJ T. M. Murphy. g gMsyorofKIWmmeeCity.

Ala., is visiting the' family of Mr. M. in his hotel grounds directly off the spot in the hearts of 'j party by Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wheelockof Enjoy the many advantages, facilities ;, '
kitchen Which will enable him to keepin and conveniences which we offer Attest
Hamburg, N. Y., who have been
that
him and hope .
Tiller. __ J. 6liberiClerk.Mr.
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account at the laeiJ]
edibles patrons by keeping
perfect condition the many to make his occupying rooms in the same, residence your
. from this city went State Bank of Kia immee. 10-11
number
.4 Quite a served to his guests.
for the past three months, at which delightful -
; to witness the H. P. Goodman, of WhiUwatee.
to Orlando yesterday Mr: Chas E. ,
up refreshments were served anda '
80.00 per month straight salary and Notice. Wis., who is apcm41inaIOme time at St.
flight
airship has been spending a general good old-fashioned time was L
expenses, to men with rig to introduceour and St. Cloud. a Our wagon.will be in North Kissimmee Cloud, was In the city Tuesds-y, and' r,
Mrs. Lottie Blackburn of Live Oak Poultry Remedies. Don't answer city had. Mr. Goodman
; every Monday afternoon and South and celled at the Gazette office. -
state
of the ,
vies' a guest of Miss Eloise Moon a few unless you mean business. Eureka tour Her Att.otl..n. Central Kissimmee Tuesday afternoon is in love with ,this section, and
week. Food Mfg. Co. (Incorporated), principal places on Mr. Nervey-Miss Roxley, I adoreyou.
_ days the past Poultry ] for the of picking laundry, has purchased some property at St. 1
6 4t left a day .or so ago Will you not be my wLf T purpose up
III. -
LoUis
East St.
Mr. M. G. Waring, one of Lakeland'sleading expecting to go as Miss llojley (haughtily)-The idea of and we would aall: our customers to have Cloud on which he will build a home 4 w'

real estate dealers, spent yesterday Mr. and. Mrs. E. V. MOrnnon of Mr. Brown is on the your proposing to a girl In my MsUon I, laundry ready on porch. All laundry next fall.

in this city.: West Branch, Mich, who spent a few Pennsylvania You should know better. must be paid for when delivered or It

Prof. and Mrs. R. M. Evans wcrecalled I weeks here and made the trip throughto forty-two years '' Mr.. Nervey-I do know better, but won't be left. Old newspapers for sale at this offiesx. "', '

to Tampa yesterday by the eerloiu illness Fort Myers and return on the steamer ment of that no richer.-Philadelphia Press. I 10-lt Edick & O'Brien. at 20 centa-per 100.Kissi .

Lillie, left for home last Monday -,
mother.
of Prof. Evans -
'delighted with their outing. Hon. J. M. Lee is in
T Capt. J. P. Sharp of the United States from Mr. W. C.

\dredgeboat Florida has arrived in the Mr. C- W. Fleming reports hn new Prescott, Arizona, !in 1"I I ",. .
dwelling now nearing completion. Mr.
city on a visit to his family. that' he is feeling
Fleming has done all the work on the .

. St, Johns Guild will meet at the afternoon home house his own- hands, and when when This he-left will be. .N-t) rl (lSl
ago.
of Mrs. Clay Johnson, Tuesday o'clock. completed it will be one of the neatestas Parson's hosts of .
March 7th, at 3:30: well as one of the most substantially
of Florida many of
Mr. IL D. Colvin, StT Cloud' newly constructed houses in the city. anxiety aa to his pre : A T. .

elected mayor, was in;the city Satur'day Messrs. 3.: A, Lancaster, Conrad ing to the fact that I ; r. : ,

'and called at the Gazette office. Bryan, C. L. Bandy and W. J, Sears before finishing his vi .. ... I ;) ,; : / .

.. Many, of our citizens are having their will leave on Tuesday 'for Gainesville to the state of his m''Mee-a( ii !!fu ,' ," a "k.i
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attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge "" "
, ,. residences repainted which adds considerably Mr. J. P. Ferrell, "' '', .
which
to the beauty of our town.- Knights of Pythias, to they are ment commander G. -
: delegates, the last nam gentleman be.

Quite a number of our citizens attended ing grand inner guard of the Grand ville, Ohio, arrived I I .. '

the funeral of Judge Begga, Lodge.An and was an ,

which was held in Orlando on Monday.Mr. Gazette office. Mr.
agreement has been reached be- railway service in

and Mrs. Geo. G. Steffee came tween the grocery merchants of this city a brief vacation, &

up from Nichols last week and will whereby they will- close their stores at with a view to during the recent cold wave that .

make Kissimmee their home in future I six o'clock in the evening from now until tion for a home in !

Miss Elizabeth, W'l'on' of Nichols, is November first, excepting Saturdays, I declining years. So passed over the State. ,

spending a few weeks with her sister, and purchasers should provide them : he is highly pleased ,

r ljrrs. Paul Yates on upper Main street. ] selves that boor with necessities In that line before particularly this Tomatoes. Watermelons Beans,

1 ,'- The U. D. C. will meet at Chapter Mrs.Raymond U lL ',
Mrs. W. B. Harris and two children
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House Wednesday, the 8th, at 3:30' for Kissimmee to Corn and Ouawas"were"uot touched .
returned home last week from Ojus, s
o'clock. All members urged to be of the Chapter House i I .
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where they were called by the "Miners :\

present which resulted in the dath of Mrs. Har reception League. The of the and they lireI exyl.tend" r.I"a.e . .

' A ve>;y 'necessary ,improvement was ris' mother Mrs. J. W.,Seymour. Miss society event While I , "i 1/ .,.
made when the street force laid marl Clyde Seymour, who accompanied them, Moore will be the '. 1 i .tti.[' .1' :, I'i 1 I ; afro', .

i s across Church streetwhere_ it Intersects remained at Ojus and will keep house be entertained by '. .,,> ..,., !-" 'i * .

with Main.. for herffeifeeji.Mr. .. Wilson the well .

A "want ad" placed l in the Valley R. J. Fields of- Lemon, South author of the beat "

Gazette pay. greater dividends than Dakota was in the city a few daya this the Bern moles.' Her .

amalgamated copper. If you don' be- week on a prospecting tour,and duringa moles of Florida." is ( : WHY ?

r1 1leve it, try It. visit to the Valley Gazette office on It)on the .
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Mr. S. C. Oliver has returned to his Tuesday expressed himself as highly City Star. w .
ti(! delighted with this section, and that it ,
home at Waverly,Ala., after a pleasant James Young, the
possible he would return her in the
i vMh'to the family of his eon, Mr. J.W. fall was to remain permanently.Mr. the burglary of the F\\ .

\,Oliver of this city.. W. Hill at .

JThs regular meeting -of the United and Mrs. E. A. Barnes, who in evading rr".t. i

will 1MTbeld have'so successfully\ operated the Transcient Sheriff '
of the Confederacy days ago by -" '
Daughters
.... at the Chapter House on Wednesdayat Restaurant for the past year, ville. The sheriff -The waters of Lake Tohopekaliga .I '
left on Tuesday for Punta Gorda. 'Mrs.
3:30 p. m.. pollee of that city to a a
Barnes has experienced! the best of
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Messrs. C. L. Bandy P. G. White and health this winter, and they go to the day.tatinC or so that-wben.. to 'r--- 4ie-to- h&north-west-of' tract Y

p' J. H. Gardner attended the di.trictcon" seashore for a few months' stay In the make the arrest the

ventlon of the Knights of Pythias at De- I hope that the salt air might restore her waat killed. When of land and give it protection : '

Land last week. '.'usual rigorous constitution.Mr. . .- gets after a

;7 Mr. L. A. Richards arrived on Saturday J F. Brown, the photographer, way of escape.T. during the cold. waves. i

from Fenton III., upon a tour ofInvestigation left Tuesday !morning for Lougbman, .
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Sheriff C. F
ana so well pleased t Is he where he was called td make some pictures
with the climate, the people and the soil for the Florida Fruit and'Truck day from the ,. .

ot this section that he has about decided Lands Company. From that place he of Miami, where, a J 4
Hardee of Dade
., 'to remain with us permanently. goes to Zephyrhills and Brooksville, at in capturing Jim J

.5 5 I Mr. Wm. Hahman, of Altoona, Pa., both of which places he has engagements in this county for "
of the New to make 'a large number of pictures -
president acid treasurer Boatwrifcht, ano > ,
to be used for advertising 'r KISSIMMEE VALLEY LAND
Eden Plantation Co., which companyoperntes pur ki,, :led at the'' loftting CO.
Narcoogf.ce .
"* an extensive farm near I poses. simmee Lumber' ; h

l IB expected to arrive in Kis- I Mica Eleanor Van Duzor, who i ill now ber .Mr. Prevatt : .

inimee, about the middle of this completing her second year .in voices J' aonville same tim\ y
MATTOCKS Vice
J. E. President
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month. -- Leullure, with Mrs. Likins, will .assist out b fore he enuldl ,

Mr. Paul Yates left this morning for at the musical recital at the Cathedral sheriff had been tt ; t

school this evening. An unyaually East Coast for th. .
ti Mulberry, where he will! 'engage in car- KISSIMMEEFLOIDA : '
penter work for the next few months, complished young vocalist, her ae-I When' arrested the /

t while Mrs. Yates and the children "La Serenata," by Tolall. sung in oh a work train on t /

took llie same train fpr Nichols, ,where ian, will be a delightful surprise to Coast Railwav. r

j' 1S ache will visit. with relatives* and friends friends- as this is. her first appearance.ReporterStar. I placed Circuit in Count!fail)= to tLW x _'. ."" :.-' . '

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iIo ''Y The,,Better We Like It. t.' ing which time none'ever heard a word Off IccV Btate B..k Brltdtra : -
t r , j of complaint,' an the church bells pealed : :SELU.N6-
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I ' i: This Hauasora Florida;Bungalow M Hero U a Fine drove.' of. "Klne forth their call 'to'worship Sunday ..:,...:__" .' 0t.. ...: ,
the James DunbarBtg'gtt
morning spirit of
f. Y i will Pay Von Seven-. Per Canton "Beelthy'Bhlj R..n..d.-Co..nty. Troon Clay Bight Road on and the 1, took Its-flight, leaving an aching Dr. 'F., 'G. Thomason J . .

your investment. Just, around the '' next Door to >t. Cloud. I void and a place jn the'ctmrnunity! ''' ,
.r ,corner from the busy business cen of magnificent trees and. state that be "
never
can
'. Orange grove county ; PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
+. ter of Kisllim'mee-the lot alone "being big just sold. 12 sores'located on filled :
crop I while a sorrowing wife and.three

''I t 's I( worth Florida e.stone neat bungalow sum. This Is handt cleverly ome treat and Lake of ridge TohopekaJiKa.giving fine view On of clay prairie surfaced -I children mourn the 'Ions of a devoted .Office. .. Phones. and 3. Residence 126 -RALSTATE[ [ .

j 4 4' planDed-etone pillars, steps, etc. Elev boulevard within two miles of ,husband and father. 'jI
f pant interior finish of hard pine, 'poliahad St. Cloud. Beautiful site Florida win- I Judge. Bt>Kgrt wan horn in Madison. : y. I
floor, art ft replaces, -sanitary ter residence ot country gentleman.1'rice ,, Fla., in 1856,, coming to Orlando some T. /ficl. RIVERS, M. D I
;.1Ilumblng-l'Ofed) with asbestos shingles ,- $MOO,<) ) ). I! ,
Ii which are absolutely f fireproofand i indestructible twentytght yeas ago, where he has
and will last a life time. oca.Arc I 10( and 2O lure Farms been prominently identified with every PHYSICIAN AND; OSURCEON .'

)j 't "!, A beautiful Florida home or will rent Some Within a Stone's Throw of }'progrrsstve, : movement, recognized aa .
at more than the low the l.lKcnt City Iti Horl seven' cent on .
per
-.4 a on all questions of law witha .' .
pnceof $.1OOO One-Fourth fhc I'rk" Others A< .k.KiKllimmp 1 authority! jO" 18 MYBSINSS it
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'. reputation for honesty and veracity I' f
Suburban Karmn- some HOW"'SfolceUi"PH'VdlCIASf ,,! "
Here. Is Another Bran New Florida miles of three-ijuarler
within one and ..
I 8ulIllIlow.t \: town :S.Wlfl ,people, all- neighbors-: Soon after coming to Orange\ County: ', ,
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t ;.. school churches" marketn electric' h<* wan appointed assistant i states attorney ; ,
' .' business Located lot right and on within the corner block of of a I line the fight, telephone, etc( Why leave comforts under Ale,(. St. Clair: Abrams holding 1I 1- 1;. .

'f'. business center of Ki one imrn-'(". Thereis go out and I inU! pleasures' the, w. <.i or>d.H dvilizat when we inn will and .I thin I position until appointed county "VV'_ L "V'VJJrJr' : :: :: [ :

. a business demand for'this lot right sell you one of UICMI. suburban farmsat I judge, by the 'iov; .*rnor. which positionhe ; AMI ML'H.IEON'AiorNca :
now. Handsome) business huilding to a lower price. Bert t bargain in undeveloped held l 'several" years or until his appointment ,
be erected right next to it at once. land, i>nthe mark w..1 ; ., PHONB II. 1twuYrea. .. ;e
office of state's
1' to the attorney r
: 1 i Business cannot< go the other way ax challenge its ecuinl' \ in Florida\ at' twice j FMCB PHUNB \IT.Qlt. rLoamDA
Main street ends that way. here is a the price. 10) and 20 acre tracts at $251 I whieh'pOllition he held with greutcredit ,

f: sure profit within one year from date an acre, on term. payable to a hank I for more than twenty years. > JV.. SIMPSON .
-anyone who wants a fine modern For the six he has served
1"1 pant years
"home, during the meantime. Kent Hate Tonti horse in the Country .
f r t the people! of Orange county as judge DENTIST.Uliatalrs I I -AND.-
quick at $2C a month--biK demand for and a Perennial harden:> Tor
'i houses in Kinsimmee. This. in built fit and Pans the Day In 1)1'0-// of the criminal (court hit honesty and I I la Katz .
Hutldinge'FICE
; : just like the bungalow described above MoHt Cicntlc Climate In the him friends
f" ') ''''.''' fearless: decisions making 9. 12 ,
I -a. m. to, m
: .t: but is Main Btreet. SNAP ) lloUlts .
directly on to orld.PI'XillOKN felt : I "
1 I those who through him .
even am
mg l:30tol'i:30p.m.1'elephoDe : :
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or- .-. I : ( lamed St. < 'loU'ttuliurhan the heavy hand of the law the mere No. 76 JunJW. 5, Irr
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boulevard -
farm On '
; garden day .r"l - -
Dandy Little Farm Fenced and } mention of his name having a tendencyto

11 a' la \Cultivation; at the J Pricoof Unii you home.can JuHt'have! (the"nemi-town-thing: for and retired roun lium deter those criminally inclined.In : .._W. CARSON. D. D. S. I HAVEBARGAINS .t

""' i II developed Land to Say Nothing of ness ,people.. middle, aged! hi.ne..eekern. ]' I 1X l!! ). before IIw last state convention :DENTAL PARLORS

: the Mouse-to be Thrown in. and those who do not care to lone" any :, ever held in Florida he was defeated -
\ .. jf the" advantages! ,of wefl-ccltleilso-j! | a' Jacksonville. for the nomination RIVERS BUILDING ; S.
'e L'. 12 acres in suburbs of Kin immeebuilding burban rKmmunities.' Some land. under | OVER OSCEOIrA PHARMACY '" \
lot sub-division! on one side, high state of cultivation dark .chocolate I for (;iovernot. iftei, a long drawn

houses on other. This fine little farm ,sod bent in Florida ak any ex: nil i .,nil i severe. strugg'e.' through which. UFFICS"HOURS ; f, TO 12 '".?..e 1
TO 5
f'. has 5 acres-under cultivationfiveroom, ,pert. All the pleaxuivH of agrirulture his friends' stuck to him to a man e
house (not plastered but almost new\ ) and horticulture I its Ilithhiex. and a handsome Fur than Juijjelieggn -------
more 'twenty
'.' all under fence and worth $225:! an acre. expense iiu-iin( i4-. you wish i on" years* ]M. WIL.L.JSON, JR.OTAIC .,
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f.j ';'. i;;}: Best bargain you will find in many a these acre and, one lull, one-hulf air ) had l h.,>p attorney lor the soar JI t
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: day. All for $1,200.( ) tracts. lit from Slid tiV2V: () uf count ( 'tnimiswiolters. his 3ouud ad- / \ :-'; \ I'l'BI.U. . / .

'.irc' having earned them. Over many ) STAT) AT- LAIU.H., 1.I .- .f.i

; rough "Ia,''--,, .mil ,it 'i.in. this. Ixvly thath r
h' Don't fail to write rue for Information of anykind
Heal Estate ,
will !In' grt'iit ly miselsince Agent.KNSIMMKK.
\ and ask all the questions would like to'I Il manhood. J I I
you : early Judge Ui'Kg :: : KLOKIDA 1
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have answered. I will send you a personal letter I II has hi'iMi "a ,constunt member of the Muptist -

t hurch. serving that fongregationas); $
I t ' ; and give. you facts---All FREE. as superintendent .If> theSundav s( l 1 W. S. HARWELL .


,t ",/' I. I until 1K5 his h.'allh he was: preventedIn married ut Tallahassee I REAL ESTATENotary R. D W ring

'1' to Miss. Mary Leila Shine, daughter); of Public at Large,

.. r'aptain and Mr It A. Shine:: four ,f1ice over iloberson'' I'harmtcyKISS1MMKK. ,

:' .. chililren having Ijlemted" the union, three : ; : :. FLA.

I'I of which .urvI"". James Dunbar, Jr., I. I

who .connected. with the Orlando') Bank
is I r A. YANG AflNt.W IV H CRAWFORD
Rooms 7 and 8 State Bank a
& Trust. Company. and two( daughters Building, .j
I Misses, Laura and :Nan VANS. AGNEW & CRAWFQRDAttorneya

The funeral services were conductedat
.t I.a.w
-_- .-. I I the Baptist church by Hev. T. F. ctaryPubl1c: '

....**.***....**..***********'%******..,..*****.......1 Callaway. the largebuilding beingcrowded KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. :
to suffocation, after which all 'HIII'1', I .t.l> Itl/Ptli Itntik llullilllllf ,

\\1 .:. :1 that was mortal of thin splendid( officer KISSIMMEE FLORIDAJENKlNSrWOODIIAM I

.. .. and Christian gentleman wax laid to
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l .. L" : Ideal FertilizersBest --,, : rest. in Orlando cemetery, one of the.. t baI
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.. largest funeral processions" ever Seenin -

.. .... ...... Orlando following the remains to the
and Cheapest grave, while! most. magnificent lowers( "'-- -
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from his /host of admiring friends cov- NEW CENTRAL HOTEL

"': :;, Celery Lettuce Cauliflower Beans : ered the grave. and a !great portion-( Surveying and _. _

the burial ,l '- : : ; Tomatoes Cantaloupes' I potlltoes. : 'that the body would be buried at Tal1a.hllts..e -, ' A. O. HAMILTON.: Proprietor.' "
< !>"l ,' "" ' '' '-. >' . ,., ';:D raftiag.I.! : ,; ,. ... . .. ) ", ,'. ;1 1e 1t
'' +t' .::: Send for our booklet FLORIDA VEGETABLES.: It cone .:; .: but at"; the earnest solicitation ." *.:tv'"': *., ..',t-i-J'- -,,, ,. "' '.THVOn'icK r! I.J",,,. .,I' 'w. "" ..".....:.'. ""!\" ;J \"':\',.
of friends:!, the family consented to having -
} :awe taint directions for raising all the principal products of the' : I 4 e

t ) :: State, carefully revised and brought up to date by our most successful : i his remauis rest!III surrounded the cemeteryhere I, IN FRATERNITY HALL Kissimmee's' Newest and t'.',
?1 wher" he would b. byIhnae
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No this contains such j
y i gro'vera. publication on subject i .
I who Knew arid loved him heat. 1
; : practical advice. All gardeners should l have it; from the owner : 1 Ir I KISSIMMEE. FLA
All of the business houses in the city Most Up-To-Date Hotel
vY :y of the small home garden to the largest shipper. In 1t will !I" e' ,
were clowd I during th. funeral hour.
; ./ :: found the special IDEAL]. formulas that have hen( constructed ': 1

M by careful study of actual field. results. They are invaluable being ;/ I Hergs iicHides( ); was Hit.the otlicmi senior, ' member duties of Judge the ilORIDA REAL[ (ESTATE[ FOR SAIL Strictly Modern and Fireproof throughout Located In I'T
It :: perfectly balanced and from the RIGHT SOURCES. Get' :
p / well-known law firm ut Beggt & Palmer Beautiful winter home sites] situatedir center of ttye City and Adjoining Passenger Depot.
4 the BEST and make MONEY. ,
1 3: : II
t I and president of the Orlando
was Florida.
the Lake Region
b .. Cull on our representative Waters & Carson (irocery( Conj- oj
/ Bank & Trust Company. trucking and Farming Lands in largeor tl.tll
+ : or address :
pany
I / Orlando and Orange county mourns I
: Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer/Co. : the loss of this splendid citizen, whose small tracts. Plan 41u,
I American j
SPECIALTY $2. Per
place as a jurist,,as a lawyer and a CITY PROPERTY1A: Day IIr.
:: Jacksonville: Florida. : business man will be exceedingly hard' r. a)
r : List propertywith: me for quick
A a' to fill. May his excellent' life be a bea- your
r //4 ...tftF1uFae+aa...1Ft4lf4lffMM.......f+Flikftaltkf+ahfF ':01lilht to those who are left behind. salt s. j, II

} -Orlando Reportw-Star. '"

H. M. Breaker;& Co. i )r 0
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Conforming With the Ordinance.We ,

li apply the water test in accordance ! Box ITS KISSIMMEE FLA. .r F s
Pioneer Plumbing Shop S.. ,
': to section )1H of the City Ordinanceand ,. tI

C,, KI88IMME&. .....A. H. EDMUND BWABEr, PROP. guarantee our work in every re- j -- flU fiII

; S -.-- .... spect, placing the quality of material w. l. m oozoe .- S IID
as the ordinance directs, thus safe e
guarding the public from sewer gas,
O SANITARY PLUMBING: O which breeds disease. *" D

TINNINQ AND SHEET METAL WORK The Pioneer Plumbing Shop, ..
r ,Attention Otxrerx : of 4-tf Office phone 214 Broadway. A ac D
Sp cl :: : : to All ICJixd. nepa.1r. y

yyPhone) --- Real Estate 0

Office. : Broadway Shops: Orlando( Ave. I CASHES: ROACHPEPPERlff -c 0a
l t unT/Ai. .
/ 4 Q$ Qr.A.: NO :..-
(" no,visa .... eons) / 1 ; ( '
- ", ;o.a.. A.u.AMA.?. .w,1. "- KISSIMMEE FLORIDA i
sea e4u. eeaar.INbf ,.... AY.
sptl.nl, Nr,. Tttfes ... *.Met. 'wt \
t- Ain s-k "_ peen. .11 .Imm W.451. drop"" w +a
.1,**.y A .lua.w "'nw AAd"
,- If it is, SqmethliT=tcrw HT- ___ _.
sr''r't rAan.n, a AoW.d,Osamu a .5 p,
_ rl 5 / .- ,mo ounce ol tto i h Ptpfwi onut TO i Home baKenTMaiT"
ref ...x RtiMuM for 25 Coin or one ftnumf ol .
Ro.cAe.rrn.+c i't'>'ewNe.d RMUUI),h..$I 4tO j-t- J
-_' **mm*, rM Mrtc*b# *t ol R.n..At or ..one Ib c--S
( We Have It. S1, Mac* of Ho.c ipfpticf tor $S DO TlNM odi
-W ,ASHE un.net. DISINFECTANT If not noirenN,1eV refunded CO Takes thi? opportunity to' thank

I ----- > Tar.a.FLo.IDA. the good people of this city for & 1

i I t Come iti and let us show you. -t ASHES.+...,..,xlry a RATSAULT w e..w w M rwWAelMEAela A also their take liberal this patronage means to and say would that THE COOK'S REPUTATION "h I

.91 our limited facilities for making .. .

( CJ. goods will prevent( &r awhile' ToUt I is cake that's baked from "Quaker II

; general delivf'ry'to ali parts of the City" (flour-it's
r sure to be deliciously A
REMEMBER j kjfV..WjrffcjfWAj* city. Quality and variety Will bemaintained t l light an d toothsome. When cake-
Our nice
away!
Our Store Stands for'QUALITY" 4 M. TILLER .f ;., baking day comes 'round make

I certain that somewhere on bag

Real Estate Agency. > HOT HOT ROLLS BREADwill and BISCUITSAlso barrel is the Quaker City labelin or- tI

4................................ { red and blu' nIt's thfe miller's e..

4 Realty,\ bought and sold. be ready mornings and afternoons f. ;. : guarantee to you of First Quality! flour. "

j t Houses rented. t and a nice variety of PIES a.,

r C. W. DANN Taxes paid and Titles and CAKEParties and Wedding
I Fire, Life and Accident In- .
I .. PHILADELPHIA'
THE STORE OF QUALITY" ... surance. a A. SMITH ,

I 41 Indemnity Bonds. _
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.' I abo'ut this Colony is. everybody who bought before coming here is

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

is located Iii the hilly legion of Pascoand Hillsborough Counties. The \ More than Two Hundred families have come here from other ..

railroad depot as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line railroad Colonies in this state and have bought...here and. the. most"r at, them

is 1 37 feet above sea level. Many of thafeuri'oundmg hills rise have built and are well pleased. Over l.OOO heads 'families .

.to over 250 feet above sea level, and there is hot A steep or abrupt I have bought here representing probably! 5.OOO .people There is '

hill anywhere. The boil is a reddish yell ...:-or chocolate colored r I no "Kickers Association" and the Colony is not on the defensive ;

loam. In rhanv places cUy and rock croo out. No more productive . I against complaining Colonists The Colonists are satisfied and '

upland .$011! can be 'lound in the state Corn has beet\known to yield : contented .

I over 40 t bushels per acre; while the common yield of potatoes is from I t Zephyrhills a regular station on the main line of the Sea-
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200 lo 300 bushels per acre. Eggplants Onions Cabbage.. Tomatoes board Air Line railroad. The station.is still known as Abbott All '

l Be. uis. Tobacco "and i in fatt all farm products do well on .this trains stop here and one may go from here into New York City e

soil It i Is the perlcct boil foi peaches/ plums and pears; excellent j without change of cars. Only 38 miles by rail from Tampa. where a

' for oranges!/ and grapefruIt. the Mallory S. S from New York make regular weekly,trips. Also '

No slate lu the Uyion! c call boast of better water. The- water- I the Southern S. S. line from Philadelphia have docks and make

\tearing ro';k I i.: quart/: hence no Impnrities in the water. It is found I I regular trips. Also steamer connection with Mobile arid New Orleans -


8U f legit. using in the wells to within )15 to 30 feet of the surface. State in which to locate.. .. f'

Not a tra < of lime. sulphur salts or other mil 4tra,1] can i be detected. .
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You con buys 6-acre tract of land and receive with It town lot for $7S ca"hl or, for $82: .SO -payable
It has been analy7ed and pronounced Pure. Water. I $7.BO cash and &S a month for IS moa no timber or turpentine: reservations to tthno you 'A

off your land Title sound ; pottHesaloa Immediate and abeolute.r
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Order ol( l Publii...lIOII.( Order of Publicationh aoutli o rnniri thirty di" ap|>..nr ,lathe Petition for Special Tax School WILL YOU'lfT 20' CENTS A DAY STAND
Co11phnoa11t'| H llillof ( innplmlit herein "tiled.
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In tilt < Ir' I" ,tint' f ,IIn I tit !IIiIIt..,. '1,11 I 110. ti. I ...,II..r tin *t"\.lilli, JtK.lt.nl .
: nt District
....J.rou.Mri-1.-t<,.........., +IurnIn. ,. ...M.J.L. ... .. .. .. .. on or IH'/ore tin hole l nay In March A.D.. lull,
4 . ... .. .. ._.. 4--40 .
'''.mT 4I 'WI1.. ... ... =
' ,'etde ","" iii' hlil.t, ) II..t iv I II ". oar, I i'I i l'bnurrr rKohi.rl Hrfnv. I Ing1 III. .t'nl'l., '" .lu.1 U. i Kl. aouil. ." >' :' JauutfrJ C;' IBXi\ II BETWEEN YOU AND A HOME ? II..
untOS I'lHe the enid bill be L..lr.en..n/.d.
11'8) .......
. Hfiuorable Board of (.omml.
S. Adnunt.Uol" i .1 I ?11 I l1, t,tit, 'Il 1 NI,iM" i HUSH .r UllVltllti To the County
II' gn,1''II HI ol >ht venue < I .MK| ItFur.h..r, .t That la.pubilnlled 1 n.
urAered thlx order
Hf. ilt>c.,rne.4'| Hi, .0111 l.I II n" U tt".. 'in I 10 ,IK I I. llu -"\ c. ,r1 i nor, < itiiiliiitiniiL) Ye. O: HTth < era of (acaol CuiiniyMe .- --- --- '. G
k for twelve onxetutlvewwkf \
once A WIH
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I aw.I! right Iuld 1 Cole. 11.-", ire, n .1.. tlury : ':" Inn I P I.jMitt. < x..Ult'lo Hilililumtrnlur of the nudnnignad quallDed elector, reside
In the' Klmlnuueu <. You
Valley jaxatt. a can buy a
within the dencrlbwd In the.
j HUH. wMuvv i.f the ...\\.J..r.\ Buns t-r.;tU- han Lhl4tto ofaruli ;. .4.Cmnmh1ga'dgCIfsed, and log territory
uewnpaper ]>nbll hed in Bald O. OK>]a county ollowing[ Proposed Special Tax School District,
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erasedl'olwuhunq.7t5x111khthsleoJ'erlly '.}' : l'I.n""IIIK i Dclbort (um.nliitfH, Jacob and of general cltculatlon! In sold
'{ county.
respectfully petition Honorable Board
andJ1011ry) uIhutin.hrtbyshnGJ'fLlh4f: *HIS. Jennie your $1.000 to $2,000 9
: Wlllla.uft'"ntl
'l\I'"tlllil.K "'IJ\h'r"t r Wltnemi the HonorablaMluor) S. Jon .. judge
: to orgthiM thefollowhig Oeiorlbed. territory
7 tin and Johu .Purlin. ), ;h.r'hudsudi': ( l..oruyBattl b 'FYulpp' ns;, 11..11. of 'aRld eatute l : and All. |>..r- of said court;;anil my Mind .. clerk. thereof
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lntu 8xKl Ta BohooiDiatrlctlowftBeginning
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ClllltOII liUKf: Ndunyli4IRxr7sud: ] Flora< | : -- H OAIEonly ; -**
,11a tllIlmh'l/ll' u 111totl.Il In at the northeut at s point '
Belle Bare. In/ttiitH/ ; .li < / K,( comer )
.! ) OMr ""xt.trlllnd j. ttiic till duaeribnl, difuntlahU. Ft>r K lot.tins of "
... day December A.D.,1910
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on the memuder line of Beat Lake Tobopukallgalaid *
Van Affncilu; 'lt> of MI id rMFatq. ( 0111 01 Murfdnge, *

pisinente'n }..m> Iitt\lnotf, 1'u'drn 1 ..UU ')1'.. \MHIID. It Mil) ('011""''". (.rei.thug. Tt appearlnM I [S..al] Arthur Clerk Douegau Circuit Court point to be on .' direct lIoe'thence with Mtaelsnippl ; t
', aveoue, town ol/ Bt. Cloud following J
Uavlnun HII-I J"I.II I t ItuUio calla 1Hutc .
'iiom III swoi t ii i lll of . .II.llItfl''d) vt
vy lu 'ifr.> of tin.Ii..'.. "t. I 1 I'. 1t"'I"'.vOeceHMwl hi" till' tlii. inlereatrlii Venn Agnew. A Crawford the meander Hue. westward U> a pointdlrritl 5 per cent
in I i HIIXI r* iirtitruoim ,: .. .
for .
i QlIrIJl. Complainant I
>l-12t
lu with Columbia of laid
line
1 .11,1..11..p. isII-\ ,.1.t .nun o n tlu,1. t ill l.r.I") rI'\ 'hioMd) hi t4iiH. slit, other' . -- .-'--- --- ; avenue interest
eotlll the i"r"JH,'ri;\ dneI.1 1 1 In ,11'Im,, I L ill,' "f lii mi tin Ittiou .ld"I1''Uintfv' and that lliw f fittiini town thence running south to the center of simple

ComlI"I..1.. I't.Ti ilitiiK, Hill" ,.,. n (1ln i \i: >- 01.11ii\ |"'ISIHIH. MO il)1t) .r<.M".,1 ..rt'lIlI i j jkm Notice of Attachment. section lo towii.lili| te. range no, rant., tbenoe
cloud from liili' In Clriult I'.urt. 'th Judldall" 'Ircultof running north to the point of utmrtlng
Florida
"\\ n ,to t b,inl' liuiittni. . '. i it" ihttt relief m i
To Whom It May Com fro 1".1 int tin MI'id bill of < on'ilH.nl Hiritinottii I In and for Onceola Countv-Marj' VannlerHud Vary respectfully Return the principal at the rate of '7.60 per month on the $1,000 .- ,

It tHWHlHl. "Unto 111. r.w..Ml Itlll, .-I C'''mpUint li unknoun, id ftnditnUll her huHlwutl vi Robert B. W..IIaocTo. J li Woatcull J H Thompson giving you TEN AND A HALF YEARS to pay back tbe loan. Can
111..1 l In UiiHiiiiiM.. tint I Ill) ., .IK. . Kobort B. Wallace defendant. and all other ,-.J O McMew I N Alb rlltou
|per I Is ,ii all ,ion .r.tt'n,1 I Ih HI "II)) 11 r.oiih i 'In"D'j I Iinu like. Further Interest. '\
off the loan Stopping
HOUR ht, (...***.. d 1 til till prop.II'I ] tin ?h il, 111. I 111,. H lilt.11 M ,ID. and! 'to the fi ,HUM' ing ..lt.n. j>trn
suit "(her than tin k.n d t, tI 11"iinith mill 1 <'rL.1, I |pl i"pi.nMitutili, >d in ,ttit, < ou....t.t. On*'c" | anse or any uf the laiidH hereinafter de H Cooper F K Van AradaleC /
tvhsttheRoutestit! BUC'I 1. IM rMin1m, itUtijHti, ..1.I HI'ribod: O Cox J';. 8,1>0..11 will to off that : Build I
.o1; Mill" ol I 1 luridll i t i-w 'it I Our plan help you pay Mortgage or Buy or k
arc utikuoM n to t ht eonlplulllellla, ..",1,10", r.- \UIoI.I ., k* II. I I. .1 I nod K ol. I U. II. P DroliKht You will lake notice that on the :.26th day of P L Dutlou U I)' Blood a Home. Why Pay Rent Write us,for literature explaining our J
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lief IM mttii null 11,1, "r October IHIO. unit tnatituted Jacob HotTer A F Baaa
prattd 1w 1".1111 .ddltiul, l" I'h) ," t It. ) of KI..IIII". .nr.UIlK to was against you. '
against such I uiikuowu lUfLUtiautHU " _I r r.u...rei.nrh'.t. IIHaul' aid nddinu0-c.. Robert H._\\ ullmt), lu the ('I real court of tba F U Knapp H DOolrlnU II proposition in detail. / .
,iNthtirtfort' onlt. ml Hint nil LH'rwoiiHi..Iniinin ,, I o tiiiMiir h, (bur coin).lafnanltt./ ti.I of com lib Judii; lal(('Iroult of Florida. In and for Oace- W Mei-nh K O PleroeWeaten

if tn iiiturt'fl tua11dta, tin* ft'lluwinu .10... ,Ipiatuthorelnfiled.I on or Inform. UK Kule DayinMiiifli ola County, In attachment by Mary Vannler and Bailey w N Owner STAND: > .A. :eI: :> O ME: : OOb..1:: : J?' NY'' '

'ribs. properly Hituitttd 1 ,in, ilit. I\HIIII\' <>*<.<.. ,[ A. I) 1"11." 1 Wat. Oji tliottixih lay her huHband Henry VaiiDier, and that writ of LCummlnt J N nAujiuat CURRY BUILDIrNQ TAMPA. FLORIDA m
ola and HlMteor Morldn. toM, II( of MII,,01 I month ,.r I \lyt\ < hAnd j I nitnchment dated October :4 1>. 1910 waa .laauecl Voiia John D. DeGre ;

The Norlh h.II..1 tht. <,."1)1.) 'u-i quell) -f , U IH fuiMu r u..lo.r..1 t 'Hint ilils onli'r be b>' the Clerk o4 th. Circuit Court; under the seal Bd Leleten A B Daniel. -- -- -. -

Kvoltoi 1'MI,.ni>.fi, < In 11\\ ,HF.IIII I' I \\ i.1 t v I \i iii 1 II-In. lull I it w i ilk fur t\?.l\i cliff. *." i uf natal Court; ou raid October. 2T>th, I VIC, and under C J Billlngnly U W Penn C. A. CA.RHON, I'resldentr N. C BRYAN, ijlfcasTiIRYS;
HoulU.o( K n 11",. 'I I % nluiin" . I i-.I|1. .1.) 11""r| | to we.kn HI 1 ii,' KI'a1111111'x, \.11. ." ..tt.11".1|i and b>' virtue aid writ of attaobmsnl I Theo George Dr 8 Hyre ; t
the VIIRI"I..III., Hill of C. ii'I; I.ifnt., l In rein j . have levied the following dewrlbdll. DM Wright Jon B Sehuler
| i n< v apnH| *r | til' h' 'lard In KM M i <)r>colii ( "uiityand : upon
filed. on or In bor' Iii.- 111110.] !inMimh. . 1. of m urnd'Ir'ui.. .non in odd. county. |I: inn.ti or parcel of land, ultuate. lying and W P McEndrre C W Doop The Waters & Carson'I'i
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D. '1911 to.wit On Ihi' Mh rluv' of l II.(. nnld 111111' .-..- I tin llunut .bit Minor 8 Junes, I In 1"1111' the Vomit of OneeoUi" and State of J W Smith Jess DuttonJ ,

month. of Jlarrh aloe! ,,1".1,111111 un |h. tit 1.. hnlM, ?.T4Uj.1 C..url. ..,,01.1 my j hand HH Clerk I|I Florida, to wit.An B Baxter J W Math_.. *
.. .. I C Cottrell O \>' \Voodard
en t onfoKm undivided one.half Intercut lu south bolt
tt) red I nn i On' Ht< Jitl oral of swl'l ( ""rl. thin
And It In further, "M. *.r<*d HIM! l hi" '1dw) 11 Ian HIM stn. ,i\ i.f Dt.Ct min r A T). l bolo I of Hettlon lueuty-neven (iq y, south half of ales J F Farris J C BairdA
.publwhrlaur. H \iik for \tl\i tiiMiiitf\i AUIIII' It h'. DONFI.ANre) 'ull] |, lion twi-nly-i-lght (!al' noulheaat quarter of Klpllnger J Hnntlnger4t Grocery CompanyWholesale r

w eKH rii HM (K''K.mi"01.l.*'"\ KM/I.tu.. itnewflpapir ('1 1..rk' Iri"mt faun. I I: Vernon. .uly.ulne.t'lll). north eaat quarter and i I .
('uldi\ .hdln Knid Or.e.ba.I. i.nntx. III 1(1".1010 .1..1o""OIn. II t" Hunth half Of Heetlnn. thirty three (:IH), Section : '
and of gel ersl <-In uUtlon In. HH!ld I C..MMIIWHIK.HH ., ,) \11' AIt" w < ranfurd I ; thirty.four t.14)), and iiorthwetit quarter. of B otion Adninistra r Notice. and Retail Dealerp in-
the Ii0noIiii',| Mnu>rk- .1.1, <1.1.! .. n(1brft(1ra( for <"IIM>lHilllllU. : ,. thirty.'five ((35): ), all In Townnhlp twenty. I All credlbont, Ivgateen. dUtrlbuUn. and all I Ipenou. I

of old| Court; and in''r nand, HH i'U'rk 'h'r..r.| I. live (25)( ) south nf Hangs thirty one 131) F aet. h.'DJleWID.' or demand against

1 and the ut11.'Inl Heal| of exld,,1 ..OHM' I t lut' t it*. I I 1.4 i Order cf Publication. \. Yon arc. lln relore. required. to appear to the I estate of
day of lUfimlM.r. ,\. I) I I91u I, .aid. action on Hie Rule< Day In May 1911 the late Oaoeola. Co, Fla, are required to creeeo
I : i in 'tin i in nit t butt ..I( ,i.i -. ernth,' ludiilHt tin- lat of and that I *
I | same Ix'jliif day May 1"11. theaameto the underalgned duly aiilhentloated -
t r'ul mt, oi, tip Hi lit, -ol lorldn. in and for default. 'h..r..t jiidKinent will be enteredaiTHinnt
I''I IK .. ..I.'y.. t I 1II'I"IO'r) \nut. pftlmtr within the time proscribed by law or .em. -- -. - .
1 I \on 8 wll be barred; and .11 owing aaid ..eutalv.'.
\ ..t.I IBI Foil .,1ltd I I I. NIm\ .u Fel 1 .her. luleluaud.corn-. ,| w lu'aa my hand unit seal this "Mlth day of Jan- I Immediate nettlement
make
H(4i1turefurCumplxlnonle--- required to WE SELL WE BUY
I 111111"I\ > I I' .110".1.1\1 I Oliver HM | nary. A. D l 1"11.l I
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"''II'l..r..1. .Ill' l.n-I 5111 Ind'prnln1o. tat "r _I' F PIUCV ATTI ._
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Citation I ot Adminibiration. :Nnnitit. c OJir d?1nnr.T.1... ....I''I F.AT- 'sheriff:: or ()u i.coin County deceajied a
I Oliver. in IHH, own tikhl and. JubrtOllvrr. D 7-M HA Y. HIDES'
March .
10. A
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In COurt ol the ('ou'r J".I"I'.I"i l l I'liithlii i 1 I Ifeieftt P.I..r. TAIL-
Ins wii Anna. II Bud N. . ._ _ _
E.I.to..r !HI ''I"I, ntlil,'. n, ..In I'..mi" lr\Hii C. Uryan.tj Atl..n.efor. Plaintiff*. GRAIN
Niitlra to ('re'iiturr.' I, r hu'bn11d" | (It... MitMKr ..n.I.J.I I (: MRHHI**. I II _,_ 1 'FURS ; t,
,, her hn.11(1nll,,I, I I..I "V.I Oliver and) ,III, ',U.n, (011'r I
All persons\ IIIL .h.h.I .tH.m' .h'"I. iiiiniiHtTheRbtatv Notice RAINS I I FERTILIZERS
)111..IU 11"I.v t'Hreml( mid M Ift'aroo11" R. 6-
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of 10.1'I.\ 1 VN ri.lil) "li'Mi i.01.I nn WOOL
llur, h.'bn(1'1. l '11 ml h 't'hr.6 ,east <(< ceil Oll- Notlri 1i hereby given that the undersigned.
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herebyretplirnl| to |>n e'oi i t the .0..111""\ nil j TAILOR9HOP SHINGLES
, .o-t his w I'.1 all |".reu1elnminganln- : will apply t<. the 1..l.Ki-lal.int. Florida, to |
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tli nticntil ulihlri tin Inns r"I",1 l".\ lnvanil \ AND
t,'ut HI t In i,ion'rtin ih IM bill di.M riho*I. "ion\ini in THMahHitie In. April of thin ye.r, man's
nil, per'Inue i urh .hio' .1'I 'lo "mil 1'-'IHII tin it I cut and make clothes to A ORANGE BOXES
f. ii.'Irtiiln hail id L'I:< u(1aI I,MI,1 from. for l till. nonuser of, an art prohibiting nahlnfC In'TtI4lwwtera
qulr..IIIQ iiuikL imniLiluili HI' ) IUU1: l-u.. __? . I do the best steam cleaning '
measure. ALL
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Or.-- ; of o e ran> r' nntydnrlngthe monthaol ,
\ K, I 1'/1"'|! nlll I GT. ORANGE WRAPS
. ,Ml Wh.ni 1 11( Mii ,tin,,', rj'i I Yd.rI..n'b! Jilt) and August of any in town I dye any color. I do
AdinlniHtrnUjr" Hntate of Nrl.l i \\< rl.lol. bwceased. I'
.. If apprnlll' | I, u ft 'HII, ,Ihi. ."\\ urn I 1111 of c"tn plainthlnj ,. \ ....r with any "Incur "ft. or. by Hhooting, gig- any kind of repairing. I dean Hats VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY ,

---.- I I n I tu1 t HUM'. 'tint t Ihire air'pw.nnlaln-] K 1".1( | In .ih,' |I'r..,prrtj imoUnl, in LliU, 'uit. during' tb,' other nonthN of the year I
Administrator's Notice. rills Ilion the known. ilt.d.n
Notice ,In h" n,'hv Klv n ,I0 "r..r.tor1.1t"1..en. the, "IIIIIMH' itf ouch (pr uiiHu inti.r..i-ttnl. are ( me.h .,..ttlied exi rpt 1 the '''H'ht and winga i, of J. H. Redditfa Jewelry Store. ., r
diatrlbnti-iiH 11011 I nil | '.rno'is |III\IK,. ,.liiinxordemand" link i or. raw,, diii, i'nlplallinnin| ' : Hint 'Dint it.hi.fH of Maid, aetne. a Ii 1,1. hhall not exceed .....en Y'1 PHONE ; .
: NO. 210
I. mtaln,, for i.si,iti' of J ( Iilni' dl'! "rll.1 i 1 in tin. VHI.I Bill 0C..pl..l"t. -- Hvi fix.t h In length ; 01. rrqillrltiB. IICenMOfItwintyflvi We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. I

ceastfil lalL of IIeeeub 11 i.in i u,1)1 'rn HI pna01. I Iii.' RICH i liittt MM, h unkiiim, tt'n'lHiiUi duller to flu h with a neloe trim\ I CALL ME AND I WII COME FOR We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping
It 'I I hi fun Onlt' l thnt nil .. : rrsldeuta of the and dollars i iI
..namerulthln l I0 yi..rn "pn i prriy' n'Jlh."t".1.l land IH n r i* roimlain i county fifty frokn I YOUR CLOTHES. I
all |wr.on. Ii ..i'Itrd I | 'lo Mill ..-t..t,, will < "'1 K an intt.rt'ttl. in and l 'to llu; ,followingi1vH I non.rnl elate ot the count. and exempting i iI l parties. .
make immediate pn>niri. >t t.> I bed pr"IM'rt>' fifUHlc' 'In the goon >' nfisi ,I Lakes Tohopekallgu. and Rant Tobopekallga.1 I Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. r

JK-'' I I. ,liUTTO .i..li nod I >txieuf I' loriilH. to wit : from the provltifo' of naid act. Old papers for sale at this office w9 are covihty agents for good fertilizars. Aski us for circularand

'Admlnlntrtor,. ltot..le of J C DiOP\ I'td"M,. lotI I I and 1. or the. f rat'loii| .l northi aitqimrurof !I'' C. B. ACREJ. I 20 cent a hundred. I I prices on fertilizers
BU Clou, Kla. Jsn.26;, A. U Kill Gtlt mcliun 12. iu townahiv twenty.tlv.. ,I Klialmoiee. A., Feb. 16. lull. tit



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't' ... 'H. .< ; CANADIAN TREATY .at.. --------.."- ._-- ----............-- -- ...

'1 t Take The 7 .r W. G. HANKINS : ; Z

Will Tend Towards Cheapening Cereal .PUBLIC'NOTICE !I >'

I food Products.* ,. Broker: anc I : '
: Agent :

::111 r LAKE TRIP have Florida's' free! UCTOKH'f arnoilw.to Canadian 1-arly fruits.inarkcU.FliwiJu >rill. Kfssimmee-- 'Florida. I, ,' When )ymhmtf.to buy your little gifts why not'f
.. I fruit growers! ', huv.*.!10u((( recogniced Show Ceases'; Fixtures; Safes. .., ... . ,a varied stock of presents ranging, from t

j : THE .I.AOELL..A? the.vnlui' juf securing even reduc Typewriters *: 10cto-$16,6Oat .. I l .. !
lions CanuJu'n fruit .tariff.arid have
'. .Leaves' .the City Dock Daily at '9OQ': iI.:' fa;, and 230: 'p. m. re|eatedly) petitioned! out jitate depart.meet -I Computing S'cales and Office. ; : .

I Returns at 11:30: a. m.. and 6:00: p. rr>. "'. t't U). attempt Kofue' ivlief. It was : Filing Devices.SPECIU .. II "ye 'G FTSHOP''I : {
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't wiy lheatr requests in ""mind that Cart i AGENT FOR A
i ' a iu wan axktil .'an.'l.' pI..V4iiediiotl! -tocuntedv. j \ '" I .
-FOR- Lewis Upckurcli.
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, !( with ri-luctuii>r-i)ov m re1y . .. .' .. (.Something. Different) '

l ; ,L t. KISSIMMEE PARK Hunting, Fishing"Bathingib the lff) redaction duties!/ uiv hut, fresh(the entire.abolitionof fruit.. from Die'. Wholesale grocers and Hay and G'rain. I ,I .- Orange; Wu'od Suul'lllinJ"lled, Cocoanut I II I .,

IJnit,1 StutrK. Kurly: ...trK\\'ufrrit"1t) und)'! KINGAN & CO., Packing House Products I II Inlltllld Tubaccu Jars, Palme It'voJTarpon NOI'dilts.I I

i I other. 1J".' 'i"H from f'lunila.. au well" an .doe.a. Ap.II.llIo. foul Oi...t $011411.4TAILORING i 'Pl. .
l(1 It. n-eilifs. .C"lJialui I
.; ',. ..ta....... re i. ttt...........eeaa........ tt.....f I lii-r grapes IKIW. t'nrmmtt'i' u duty of. 1'//I 'fjtto/.f, JJeutLt, ....VIlJ'f'''''. ('urdx I : \i\'i:::! n'lils ,per pMiiinI' mi i-nlrj( to I'anucja.t i
+. l'a7'.t1s./ ,l's Materials, 'tfox' Painls, and'v'alwuer1and
'" !IVuelifs an- tit\fti, $1wr I \ hundred) ( \
KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. :: t:i poiinitK., plume ::111! ffiits. |per bushel l and / PailledIII7'f'."' Inuf Jacl.YiireI I
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'I rneiiiiiH at( ;! n-nls t-uoli The import- 'II lies e i-try description h\
j' CAPRIE A COMPLETE LINt OF '4 I r I aura. of Camilla's' } I'omplcR'. I icinoval olM '
'! J I tlieMt itulies I. li.is)" Jiren 'UJ( HU'q..l'of' | j

: 1: EUGS.I' j* 1 1, uiiiiii'i l-'lwnilu' ''''in'' till.Iipplv'luittvv,gO"'I'IIJII"1I1, IctliT!.a.HI'.JU'. from. I In a. alt few achieve but ./ I JI I i Best. S leclion' of Mechanical: Toys in Town!', ,

,, .. : I he" (United' SitateH. bold, $1,271IN10:! < ) of ANDERSON & BYNUM I ID"ItLll'tO'lOlj .
II.
:: II fi'i'sh, 'Innts lo (iiniiiiu.. pu.MtiK) $li II.I"I\J;l \) I
rj :, I fur t tinprivilege.I ) ; AVK. I Early Bird Gets. tI e Worm"o -
DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, STATIONERY Plon'du; o __
i II: I Garden produce from will. Excel All Others inKissimuinieeAliodolbo 0
0
\ : 0'' a'nuw I find ready Bale in Canada free of .. .
, t asst'Cleaning ,
4 .'Y'l/i.ilLwlrii.'Brt ISSii..sVls e4tAftFKsV1iVt liise'Y' .st'AWYIa'YS .. I all '111'1)II' hlullt I'IIP", Jeurhinx., thefdo'mmiiin } 0.. --- - '- --.' -- -- ...0 ,

J .. ) ;!. niuny weeks, before the ttlowripeniriK Dyeing, RepairingBargain -
northern. crop mature Early
,, / putiitoeH, onion' *., toinutoeH.( .*tr., ('''111 ++++++++++++t-+++++++f+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ *7i .

nand I I hiK'i' (prices. )in I juebt-c and (Onlliri.i .
., EVERX SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES !I'I i-llles, \\''.. Hell t'ailllila fS<;.',,(IO0 i THE CASH STORE I. f'L

t 'w' SUCCESS THE SAME WAY'BY'SAVING- 9. | face ...I'II $24: :!,(Mlil luty. "..tul..M are 1 + r -.
. ::: First Door North.of Postoffice
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MONEYDo 4a\eii 1 :2(1( rents II hunli.| unit .most othervegetaljIeH
I ;ill\ per (,'nt. Florida 'isHpientlictly ) I I In all kinds Of Real Estate. .............
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> you want to be HiHTCKKful?! Sturt saving I"\\" I'ut your li""y in I . ,, Fire and Life Insurance and +
< ;Hitunted\ U> take advantage '
Armour's Fertilizers. Recit- ** There will filt'r--SHDES( }HATS,
| of (the removal if these dutiesDned I you +
: THE CITIZENS BANK. Of KISSIMMEf ing and Collecting Rents a + +
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: t nub applet pears peaohos) 1
.4 and apriootr.. are made mutually free Specialty. Taxes paid for I DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS all of best! +
Non-residents. + +
,pf We have more Savings Accounts than ajij' utht'r HapK in hy the" reciprocity agreement. On ::: quality and I. +
Gsceola.Counly. canned fruits Canada lowers. h'-r duty R. O. MEEK

i yJ A Savings Hank loaned KRKK. If you haven't procured l by one-ninth or from 2 1-1 to 2 cellos(
I al one, do no at once.AltTHUIt I i ,per, pound. (On canned vegetableH the Kissimmee. Plo !! Call Before Buying Elsewhere i '

ii rate is lowered hy one-sixth., from I
1 .. E DONI..."... Freiikjent W H NORTON t anhierk1 I' 1 1-L!! to I 1-4 cents per .pound. +++++++++++++++.h++++++r+++++++++++1F+++++++++++++++ .
I Free .. ton-Heed. IIII.has been conceded 1.I 1-

I by Canada. Heretofore! !tIlls .southern GUY PLATT JOHNSON f fM .
{' product has. been dutiable at 1 17 1-2

per, cent on entry 'into !the. \Dominion.I I Il 6 Munn Bldg. Lakeland Fla I
I W. H. ARNOLD I>urni|* 1MO! this, country sold 91, 1 1 1.4iHi' I I -: The RDLL BASS MARKETBearden
of cotton seed oil 10' Canada, paving 1
Contractor and Builder approximately <'K3lO.OO) ()( )' duty thenoil.Ccin.MMliTalile : ARCHITECT :
.
'quantities of cotton weds 1 I Building; One Blexk from Depot
_t 1, oil arc produced in Florida. '- Designs (for All Classes of Buildings
F..NI.II"
tY "NO.EST'. MATE'" ::>
I. "'N A-'C"T'C>N ,. Under the proposed. arrangement, I I Fresh 'Iul'ida<
linn of all kind, fresh Halted or preserved i RESIDENCE WORK A SPECiAlTY I andrs1crn MEATS .< > .*
I ..' my work when completed to he in any manner' are to 1.be mutually I I.

&. just as contracted for. ._ free of duty. The United States )I 1I-lmlMtlmo!; : POULTRY EGGS FRESH FISH
imports from Canada nearly $5.000IJ> () )
: P.O. Bo& .697 'IR..,dence, Upper B..d..y '
f of fish annually this bet mf* iine-lelllh I - .'..pt''I/I."illcllllUll In PhONt' Ortltrf and free
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p. '- KISSIMMJo:, FLORIDA\ of total We collect GriffinANCY
our consumption. C. W. r/flircr\/ (//11\ pllrt ti/ Du (',l\\ 'J'/ij//r/ V'y ,
S\t about one-half million dollars duty on I
these imports. imd this amount 'is ofcourse I
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4 added to the .
price our (
i F Groceries
j .......................... ers' pay for the/ fish. The rates.on"um-I i
M1] varieties
priiiti|> bought from
+ 4 1+ EMIL MACH ERNEST MACHIBIELOS O are three-quarters 67 a cent per pound. j N D------ .
....rd Oil Co.- The removal these. duties will tend I FR"ES MEATS -1'

to render fish. less. expensive, throughout I iP2.'TSIPrize f
Z I MACH:: : : : the entire country fact of great -
Delivery Every-Oay at Any Hour I
_ 'J t Livery Feed and Sale :Stabe' interest to regions whose warm climate Patronage;; Solicited
: : : make fish a peculiarly ,Valuable. foods I
apler '' North Kissimmee Phone. No, 8 Offers from Leading Manufacturers t
Co' > ...
;i : Agt. Internntional'Harvesting IliI 0ei The 'removal of our tariff on Jive animals ---,---- I .. "
t SINas HEAVY and the reduction of that on meats ;.. Book on patents.. "HintsW-inventors." "Inventions, needed."' I 1
I .A.LL': : : : HA17xrINCi': :: :
of all kinds, will help to lowe'r the cost Sprigs Fleming "WTiy some inventors fail. Send rough rl ,l or model for t G!

.vj3: A; I :' 'Everything new and first class We render prompt and o of meat in this 'country; and, a'state search of Patent Office records.:' Our Mr. Circuoy: was formerly. i'j,
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.r .. satisfactory service (day or night. like Florida, which produces/ little meat CLEANING Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge.ot'
t ,f. of its own, will find nothing but 1 uenetitin I ; the U. S. Patent Office.
I ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT S this. arrangement. Our present PRESSING

;' rater on cattle are, in general, equivalent DYEING ,
Kissimmee Fla. Phone 113 !
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U> between, 25 per cent and HO) .percent REPAIRINGLeave o0GREELEY & MciNTIRE '
NioNNNN N0 and these will be completely" done op
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away' with. Our present rate! on meat word at my house and clot.hf'will ) '
and returned. ,WASHINGTON, T>. G. '
' --- ---- -- -- range from 11-2 cents pt'r pound and be called tor o 'o

ISr upward on fresh meat to 4 cents on I .
Guarantee s
bacon and hams. Satisfaction No I HH
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1 I It is proposed to allow Canadian I if; .
O ceolaLumber I
wheat and other grain "free entry (into r "-
rsTw this country. While this will haVe no I \

immediate effect on the price ot cereal I 'if'
foodstuffs, it will opera to forestall an '
; a3 . -Company increase in their cost when our consumption 1

1' shall overtake our production. .
Even: at the present time it will steady '
\ --OBAL.HRS- the price of our breadstuff and widen The Oscoola Hardware ( ()ft1)al1y. 1
1 the sources of our milling supply

1 Rough and Dressed Lumber -- has i in its lirst-class ,
1 The.Kissimmee. Library. employ a ') ,
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t The Kissimmee (.
Libraryoffers to its
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WINDOWS, DOORS subscribers a list of over four undred to-date plumber 1 and are preparedto

books by the best authors any or all of
SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LIME j which you have the privilege of readingfor / estimates on all kinds J

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only $2, which secures a single '

pt I N.OVELTV VVOR.KS bership.membership Capt.or $French b for. a the family librarian mem, (of) ( PLUMBING) 1'11 P FITTING) ) ) .; ;

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will issue you a membership card /or
t 4, 1 ., GENERAL. BUILDING MATERIAL. the above amount. Library in State Er1'(;. .( '

r? ry Bank building B-tf i
:JI' ese Free Ddiv to All Parts of -- --------
ry City .Jfo ..Jfoij -
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FIXTURES1 A SPECIALTY. '
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r MEANS All Fixtures and Work .
WHAT IT Fully _;
I "Have! had headache for two years; .
= "aoy people do not know what a Baok'. ('.phat 1./or, or the ltrr.renre 111- :: suffered badly could not read or '
; sew '
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4 1 = tweed' abauk of little or DO I.apltal and one wllh a lararrapk.(, Guaranteed.
dt }. I : with any comfort; was unable to go in
J A BANK'H CAPITAL AND RU/PJ.I'S/ :
' m 7 I l.tbe toad that proe.ecUO the depoaiLora tram tor.. ,h..relor" the larteer II '1. the I any bright light without suffering with .
f'I I .rater p.--Uoo the d..po.llono. base. Tbla b.n I.... a ri evts. y yx ."
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'' k{ C' J 4arphUl IUD 01 y,. 2 .;.oo ell :ip : "I consulted Dr. II. Edgar Cole and "
ti's "" )Hto<'k holde...' liability '''',/IIUO ,1)11 :.: h" tilted me with, glasses and have not ';'f.

I A tout of. .... utlukl' :: i had headache since wearing 01"l'la..a's. ; ..
i, ;f, ,, 1 I" ..at.This Tbll rueaollb proteetton," we Ie meet lor YOU lose ,I1UOO' )( before oar depoI.I.cno emdd lure a :": i can read and sew and have no \unpleasant OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. 1

d results, and can see perfectly.i ,
x x "I STAT. BANK OF KISSIMMEE I f .. "Hattie Kot'g..ll) S. L LUPFER Managert ,
:: --oP- "" " I 14IgSIMM.:.. FL.co.:: :: I lr.l.) \ Edgar Cole can be found at

o. A. fJAMON. 'JIIHH d. I.&S N. B. r''H''ON : C. A. Cole's' iewelry'store, Kistmnrnee,
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r "terns of Interest from That Thriv 'Interesting Items from Our' Regular .
FISHLAKE
ONE CARD- FREE FARM
; .POST- r .: ing Little Town; CQrres onden&Our -.. ,

S with every: pound of candy Mr. Chamblest 'and family left Sur. I, people are busily engaged Iq preparing r
for the victuals
year's supply of
day. morning for Chicago. pasting Mr.t"armel' This fine piace .-
about
x A' :: ,., both of the' bread and "eat vas has 674 abres with a .
j. w< on ,the way, who la due to( arrlve I
One j'fetter. (Jt.the word;KELLEY'S", "on every, ." here th I' vening.,, Mr. Chamblessa ) rlety. 'These articles havw'l ranged so .pole of pretty beach on Fish JLake: witheood. bark. ; e-,

Card. Wherf( you get the) word "KELLEY'S" to take charge o>? the" Chicago officer high during;
t, made up, bypreeenting, them to the City Fruit the Florida Pevelopment Company,. .I of us have had to 'stand on the tip ehd 'and-fertile* partly excellent! ,.,.muck': 'partly blaok

1) Store'you w' I receive one'p und of Red .Band.: M while Mr 'Farmef te to-be locafecThere of our toes and extend our fingers'tothe rich praririe: soil, some fine hammock and'come {
I utmost tiiem.
extent to The
BrandCand FREf! A Girl ord: to straighten, out 'the kinks that may teach Jo '
pretty on ev'clry. '(that such face eweating*business is to be brought pine la.nd.8o.any: kind of lan desired. can be 'had, :,
occur from'time to time-not
C"r things often occur-but irt case they 'Into requisition this year, and th .lark on this tract, and it (is located just'rieht to make a .'

a night Christmas theory will be thoroughly fine little colonization where lots ofProfit :
u company
Niemeyer & .Wiley might There are a good many big imj ,
pd v provements promised when M r. Farmer 1 investigated *! 'f, can be derived Let us tell you'all" about it but
I.. t
ti'ScAa71aN gets on the ground. One thing we needIs Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of don t write unless! you are able to handle! about,a- i

::( .Ga"31'' g, 3")9)1 a depot and freight house, with an last week created' a change \lb- $20,000 deal ,
lic's opinion conrerninfg the opening of li-ndl( pay one-fourth\ cash, but we ::<
who will be responsible for '
gent ....
spring, but as the thermometer only have many smaller deals to suit1 those wanting a ) i
---_.__... -- ..... --- freight delivered on the platform, thenno "....,
-' -' -- - - - showed smaller investment.
a falling to. 40 degrees, the
: excitement -
mistake and
r one will make a get .. ,
some one else.8.freight. as has occurred soon subsided. During1" the What's thejmatter with "a 22-acre farm four* 5
continuiJuce of this cold
period, a gentleman -
twice. who came to our villa 'will El. miles from'townthattyasafinelakefront, 6-room '
old friend )
= A recent letter from our
Sixteen Thousand Acres M. O'Connor, of Chicago, tells us that I mer R. bass could be seen on our hoifee and about 7 acres. of grove mostly bearing;' t

his two sisters, who were here two streets without hat or cout. We concluded three artesian wells one flows over 100' gallons ,

r weeks ago, are, 'to me hie figurative I I that the gentleman in questionmust of water,per minute! : pretty view of the lake and"' 1-

=OF: l language, "fantastically that] nuts1'be.,abo..tFlorida We the have north come pole from, and the we continued neighborhoodof our town from the oorctt on'' this property:' Ownerdon't '!

whatever may complaints about cold weath":" live here and you can buy this right. Sf
LANDIncluding knew they liked,the place all right,"lor ; '
MUCK HA.MMOCK" PRAIRIE and TIMBER and The orange trees are in full bloom, ... '
they bought five town lots twenty 30 acres excellent! land-near the city limits '
," but
the
Drawdv rlahtiition
on appear '
tr\e\ Famous Southport acres of land while here. '' uninjured. Our observations: hav not of Kissimmee.: Fine for citrus fruits:.convenient ti')
Mr. Matheng is building a neat cottage '
extended over any considerable amountof to Ry.. and good markets. Just right for, a high )!:
on his tract on Lake Davenport.He "{ ;
R 'ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT GROVES owns the highest. point in the whole territory, but in the McClelland gar- class of.citiiejiship who will pay for an advantageous t

L colony;and can look over the country I den the early corn appears untouched. location like this. You can-buy it to make .
Beane have sustained- considerable
for several miles. Girls, he is one of ap- plenty of good money. Let us show you. Full
loss, but careful examination -
parent a -
FOR SALE Davenport's most promising young particulars to able $8,000 -
discloses the fact that the plant is not parties to handle an +,
Bachelors, and one of many good quali-
Northern'belle entirely dead, and will in all probability deal. ; terms if desired 'i 4
,
ties. Don't let some get

? d Together with entire stock of Cattle ahd Horses of the Lee-Par- ahead of you. .be in statue quo under the influence. of Some fine concrete bungalows, nearly .ready 1
clime
n sons Cattle Co. Although the live stock can be purchased .. Lake Davenport the homes is now of almost..bachelors.We surrounded -. our The genial railroad is still subject to the to occupy'', 5 rooms with bath; for sale or rent; de- .'f it

separate from the lands and houses by prophetic vision of old probabilities, lightful view of the lake; on hard road good as .:
have a duke owning forty acres on h .Ji
though our enthusiasts declare that the pavement. '
side. He has an adopted son, Mr. _
one --- 'l
for Information- Call o, Kissimmee Fl3 company having charge of its construc-
jflQ M. LEE Bert Barrows the shot of Daven-
sure
A 5-room close in
or Address port. Then there is Mr. Ker, who also tion have five hundred men employed splendid cottage on corner ; .{

in grading it, but the automobile is the several fine orange trees; lots of shade and. orna"t
his ten-acre tract.
has a nice cottage on
,And the aforementioned Mrt.Matteny; nearest approach we have thus f. r had mental shrubbery. Owner will part company with "!

who will soon have his house ready for to the reality, and as we have a directline this below its cost; come, see. ;I. /"T
Kissimmee the instru <
to through
ANNOUNCEMENTWe (somebody?) And over east of town \
mentality of this mode of conveyance We are in a position to locate you favorably
we have Mr. Ralph Dodge, son of our
postmaster, who t has eighty" acres, with the situation is not so serious as mightbe and to your advantage; call or write us and we :

have just received a large shipment of the neat buildings ore it, and there are sev- supposed. The a\erage passing of: will surely be able to deliver the goods. 1&&
these monsters is not less than five per
eral others we could mention if we had
: day and as this convenience. exceeds 4
( Shoes Ladies time. Have we got to import companions .
_ .Famous RADCLIFFE for anything that the rail road-:wou Id giveus
..for them, or are they doomed to
we can patiently await the arrival Nelson ti
'
everlasting' lonesomeness I RealtyCompany :
We also have a complete line of.the, iron steam horse.
in Daven-
Satuiday was picnic day
B & P "KORRECT SHAPE" Shoes for Menand port, and several took advantage of the Mr. John Baisden has. removed to a
residence recently exected by him, and .
.
c beautiful weather and went fishing.Misses
the is in close communion with the Hotel
Isabelle Swartz, Adelaide
___ de Beulah. His hotel which joins the
EXCELSIOR SHOES for Boys Woods, Mildred Waters and N/rtttts
dwelling, is not yet ready for guests
Kimly formed one party who, laden Over Citizens Bank .
Mr. Lewis Hall occupies the premise

V Our styles are the latest. Quality first service.and prices right. lied with forth fishing in tackle the morning.and lunCh They pulls, suc-sal previously occupied by the irrepressable .--=. Kissimmee FloridaGLENNREAGIN I ;

We assure you up-to-date John Miss beulah's hotel extension
ceeded in enticing sixteen members of

WHIDDEN & CO. the finny tribe to come out of the water IB in frequent use, and that enterprising .t f
L. M.
lady is reaping the reward of her
and the cooked them for their din-
girls .
industry by a rapidly increasing patron _ :
ner. Mesm-s. Carpenter and Wheeler I _
age. :
F i .. with their families made another party.) Capital''nft labor are forming a combination i :'
which believe will de-
Mr. Sanllers and wife and Mrs. Greave we so
veh tl of thin that
>p- > ource8 -country
another; and Mr. Olsen ahd family were
The our part of the county will be recog- /
also.trying their luck at fishing. The nized for the real advantages that maybe

S current of Home creek ought to be derived from its! fertility of soil, .

SURPRISE ',. -: ,Call and see my line; much swifter after so many obstructing I immunity from local.dmeases and richness "
its fruits. Those who ADVERTISERSt::
of tropical .
GOODS SPRING GIPiGHAMS fish are removed, ,but thye are I have the acumen to recognize these .
:
DRY .
: many more there, and good: ones,' too. Dualities and employ the means to( utilize :
WHITEGOODS" Why does not the owner of that vast them will, in the future, enjoy the ,,. ; : ", '
: and place .
STORE, ; :. ,EMBROIDERIES' tract of marsh land, two' miles north have pleasure of reaping. from the seed a they, ;\ :1": *,.we| compile prepare and print boOklets copy *,*.p,:':);1'"'I ,

4 j of here, remove the old pile of irons When sown our t County Commissioners- :. sell CALENDARS,-Siqn.'Bulletins)) SW

I LACES ETC and logs formerly a saw mill site, from appreciate the value of the good Boards and Advertising Noveltiea.in: Leather
full Celluloid and Alluminum.
i MRS. E. L, PEARCE the creek bed, and so give the water a doctrine, and use such means as

chance to, get away? If this channel they have in their power to establish .
such roads, will have all around
we an
Beaman. Building could be cleaned out it would drain all
county which cannot surpassed by; "
I .. that waste land and furnish homes for I any in the United States. The fear of WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS.

"!' a good many fart Hies. ' increased taxation for the building of
-- Mrs. Parrish, mother of Chas. Par-I' said roads is absurd We should realize LONG DISTANCE PHONe: 296 ;

"LAN"D'R'E'T'H S'WHICH SEE D S rish, has once more returned to Daven how property this action-would within our increase county the limits valueof TAMPA SUITE 4 & 5 FLORIDA ?

port. She has been visiting in Geor- a three
Suppose property owner pays BANK OF TAMPA. BUILDING s
gia for some time, but as summer or four dollars per annum additionaltax
' areootwldbjaMerchsatln, ) KISSI M M EE draws near she Jikes Florida climatethe and the property on which he pay '
said tax is increased in valuation five i
Conaequettlr we hope to Bell our Seeds to you best. We have always the cool
or six hundred dollars, who is benefited
by MslL gulf breeze here.Mesdames thereby T And this, as one of the means
+ SUCCEEDtlon mailed if >Is
adTertlsement terra men
d, will be taken.> worth 20c.'paper on any order Olson and McAffee'badbusiness of inviting immigration, would be a na- ,- i. 'i I
tural result This lack of
the ins in Kissimmee Monday. discernment -
Che of One Dollar ($1) or over, and coupon -
not
Writ which discovers of
s dOlled with Seeda on first order, If returned to us, The store of Monaban & Dodge is receiving only one side tfei ..
u-C.1aio4 Priated Dollar question is a serious injury to the good M. ARSH & !
w will order.be worth Bay One If Market Dollar or($Ion a Gardener.To FLOYD! the finishing touches of the and welfare! of a country and its people L. CO. ,.

. S5) every One Dollar ($1) order will be added. painter, and looks fine. Mr. MeKnight and the dread! of a few dollars increase DFALVRS IN PINE LINE OP Q
BRISTOL.Pennsylvania.. is also his two store buildings, In the annual tax obscures thsplendid
r tb> Introduce them, without charge one packet having results that might"be attained STAPLE AND FANCY
each of.three especially desirable sorts Vegetables. the one occupied by Mr. Keat and the th reby. Even our Democratie Rooster

j other by Mr. Swartz, treated to a coat recognizes! this fact and also adds that '

f, sate of paint, which improves the appearance be would recommend jhat some mean kGRoCERIEs.IRRareH: : I
__ ,
k n of Davenport considerably. Mr. be employed so that his beautiful ,
I swamp can be always relied upon tor a
will bit j c
MeKnight also paint residence full supply of tad-poles and minnows AND P1RR -

1 soon Time to stop writing! All right. FREE, DEUYIRY II all parts of the city. Prompt ud courteoas.attelfiDi.. .

H. C. STANFORD & COMPANYCarries The store of Mr. Mahon east of the Adieu I ,--- --- Rex. r TeCLNrMONt He:>. N htIO
railroad, is now open for business, and r

looks very inviting. He will add an ice Osceola Title.Guarantee ,
to it he can'get --__
as Complete a Line of- cream parlor as soon as --- --- --- -- r

the necessary tables, chairs and other

DB"Y Q-OCODS. ", things needed. CompanyG. One Hundred and Forty-Three Per Cent

i We were treated to an Interesting

.,a JrO'rJCt": : SFU"BJrJSS discourse Sunday evening.Mr. .
- --

i : : : : : O S.. Dent has about fifty thousand P. GARRETT, Manager.Real CENSUS CELEBRATW!
t fijQfe.hri<.fr <*n ham .imw. _.in_lll L_briglc. -
SI3COS::: arid CLiCTI: :ING
yard north of town. We hope the,

gentleman Will succeed in his enter- estateTitles

f as can. be found!) in inland Florida and !sells; them prise. The more of such manufactorieswe examined and reported on TAMPA FEB. 11 to 25
,
haveAhe better for Davenport. Taxes paid- for non-residents ,

As Cheap As Any House in America What we need is a pay roll. carefully Instruments drawnCorrespondence t elating to real estat

The fine, white sand on- our. lake

4 fronts would make good\ glass. Why Solicited.S.I1.BILLOCK. Low .. Excursion Rates

4r don't_some one come and locate here? ,. ,

We have the material all we. want is a

H. C. Stanford Company little flush and capital. I ( VIA. -.

That Haw dust pile don't get any !

amaI er. .
Mr. Silos Bowen has sold one of his ATLANTIC COAST LINE /1
f Kissimmee : Florida I| farms to !his brother-in-law, Mr. Stewart REAL ESTATE ,
F : : who, with his family, will make it ...,................... /
their home. C. K. W.
I' .,-l INSURANCElxamination \ From htations on, north and west of a lifte drawn through Newberry, GainesS 'rte'

/I r. villa, Kochelh'! Hawthorne and Palatkn'k..tt, sold! Feb. 14. 10, 17, 20, 21, 22 ;
Bungalow for Sale. of Titles a South of t this lint Fel 15.> ltd)!, 17, IK, 20 lil, 2t 23. Final limit of all tickeUT s
I Feb 27th. .CllILDHEN HALF FAIn: Each: ticket includes one FREE admission -' t

$1 Per Year I il| deep A brand well, splendid new four water room, bungalow large lot,, Specialty.--- Cool[ on to lair grounds. t i'e'
Valley Gazette( For rHt"< and information, call on Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Aeentor writeJ.
I I for sale; spot cash $800.
J40-tf C. A. CAUSON. Corresoondence Solicited. G. KJRKLA1 D, D. V. A., Tampa, Flat .,.

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DEADLY MINE GASES.


4 Their Action Upon the I"'la".f, the 1

J. KlSSilQEE BHPTI5T B C0DBCR S Safety Lamp. j -

The safety lamp, a heavy.,mehiMan-, -
: .
with circular
tern "shaped, object a f ;
;' ;: r . globe of heavy' plateglass... Is the onlyllgbt'otber Se
: "oariieetly for the talth wbioh .u 0>d_ i
: . ronU'ndimr "
?Jf;! ../<', ,f. for all II..re4ullt the fjtalnM. .". .Ju, \ j .. '" Into'a mine.
safely carried gaseous ,
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1 ".itr "'f ,' .L ,', The lamps are Ut before thef are ) .
., ", BUNYAN STEPHENS: : PASTOR! ,Jt taken Into the mine and. In addition. Iif.
, .
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tV! ._.....,.-- "- !_. !' are. securely locked, _that rio accident ; I : ,
.. ',
; I ". , ORDER OP' 6ERVICE-.MAR 5, J911MOKNIN4J or Ignorant lntenttan! mny.' expose the ; :

flame (9 tile> of the milne. ;
11 AM. open gases
-
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.. \' . Over -! am, .1t Root). yellow, fliimewblctj > ; !

.. .J...... gives a light less bright than [ ...; ,
prano> Prelude.Doxology !'. 1 '
\} .. and Invocation. .. that of "an ordinary cnnJlo' are two' : ...."

4 '. ...:.... I' : Hymn .7-+"Aris My Soul, Arise,, ...fl. wire guuEo cones flttlnu,; snugly Inside : ..',
Responsive Reading! : the heavy globe, and It'Is through! ; :

Psalm 67'" these cones Unit Lbs flame draws the "
4. God be unto anJ liters 11.\', air which It. The of .
: I ',;-., .. "Hr ifu/ us. supports presence ,
.... 'f" A ". / canhis fare to <"",t' upon 11.I \'.: black ,Innip/ or carbon dioxide, can ; : I 6-
r easily be detected if not by Its odol', l h I / /
v
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9 I the'.earth.;
That be known
\ thy way may upon .
She action, of the flame, which grows' ,
,..' Thy salvation amongxall nations. i
"dim If the block cxlntn In I
njnd.
. l.tt the people jyl' sf'I""t'. 0 Goii..et ; ilnmp ; ,
: : any quantity Is dually extinguished.White (
,'- / all the tl.ee '
l pcyflc praise dump, t.l hjtydlglily! PXpIOMh'oIOtIUowblch __
,
I :'1 : ,Oh let thexTlationa be glad and sing for joy, Is most feared linn, on tut '

.. _.:. For tho wilt judge the peoples with "equity other ;han
t- ndjpovern the nations upon the earth I In the 'presence of tills gas the flameof I'

11. f."J'jfiif pfoptt.praite f/irr" (> God; the HHfetj, larhp becomes pointed. ,. ,I ( 5-
; .. I :
-- 9 /kl'I all ipeople's' praise the l. and as the gee grogs': stronger thoflamc i'j I I ), .*

'i" The earth hath yielded its increase; 'spurns to spnnrafa from I the wick t : ; \ I :

J God, even our own God; will bless u<*. and an "lilmont' Invisible tiluc cone :

._-v. Got} will lie*.\. it \ forms' beneath It. If the miner con I I
-tin tipi. to ndvniicc I Into $lip whit J ..
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h .
4 A I ml all the (',,dc v!/ the fIh $11i11v1t' : ; ",: '
; <: he will pass through a line In which '

-' Prayer 4i there nre nine port of air to one part'gun L,

/ Offertory HG- "Crown Him. ',(the explosive mixture). and the 1 I (
4
Sermon.
ri', lamp will Instantly .register this exptoHtve : !
Fountain
Invi-Uition 233- Blessed be th I ?
,, comlttlon/ by n midden crack

lint .inxlde the !gntire and the extlngulBliing :
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PEOPLE'S lINJ
BAPTIST YOUNG :
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.
: of the flame Were It nn open( :

j -, s: . Subject: "Making Our Calling and'Election.. Sur-. lamp (lie explivilrm' limited by the I S

1 .. flame would sweep| throughout the en : I ( I \; *

: ,. EVENING SKRVICR) r. Ire worklnKH/ carrying d<>Rlli' and dost i ( (

t, M)<'llolI lM-for It. but by I he, con I : l, I '! !

:, 11""' HtriKllon' of I liP safely, In 111 J p I the ox I ;

I LAYMEN'S MEETING The Laymi-n Christian I'I" I".p cori 11 ties llxHf t to till* I liinltmlnreii I : ( () I ; (: ;
", Onion m an organisation of Christian men from all ) within t thn KIIIIKO: i'ou< ". anil nn | () : ( .
the chunhes of the town. The churches hav,> iv..nt I !* .
S N-HH t thi> lump I* mnreil' 1 xniVlnnly anil I 1
up on z tli<' fliiint' I Is, "lr )riir"l 'lluoiih'li! : t lie nil; H7" : ; Jf.
serviciAn, lIt..r 1
<
the l Laymen' may hold union tint I
: nt 1 lie liiHtjut! I hat the explosion, IorI. )(' > ; .
is-asmired, .
meeting:! :
.
i, V----- <' within I lip, nlolm It will not ex ) .
t WelcomeS ((Mid, Ix nnil the KHH7(?.-Allnnllr( I I I t ; ; (: -
Everybody i i ) ; -
'S
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SPHERICITY OF THE EARTH. ,, t | t :
--- !I -
-- I I :

,1'"' "Parallax" Be't Against It. and .... Lost 'I t :

4CHURCH DIRECTORY WHAT IT COSTSTo Hie Wager i( 1 a

: Tin1 Kim lightest rmiiil I I In tho world I Is j > -

In England mill run from Krlth In ; .....

Live in Kissimmee and Wages I Cambrillge hlrp. to n>nter Sluice' -.t, V
'I
; : '. BAPTIST Usually Paid. I twenty two miles away It ,wan here : : ! I ,

f Bunyan Stephens, pastor that yea in nic:<" a "ilmNlte ,>x|etlinent

:S 1 Sunday- The following table of |irues. i is. an. was conducted to protc (the sphericity ,I, "

Bible School npar accurate as it is possible. to obtain of the earth At that ,time says "High )
9.45
/ 'j a. m. .. .-
and is published for the information of ways Bud Rvwnrs In ('lImhrld/p..hl./ I '
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.15 m.
J p. I
I! \ B. Y. B. U. 6:45 those contemplating moving to this city: a deluded gentleman who called him i j. ; <,
: p. m. "
.- self "Parallax. was obsessed with (the \ ( ;
Communion-2d Flour *..i> W> $bO. per bbl i
.t: h--- "- Sunday.Mondayafter Smoked I'noon l:! to .'O cent per Ib notion t that the R|<>IH> was a flat disk
'j. : ( 3rd Sunday) Dry Salt l Bacon 14 to 1 ft Mate __ Ib and used lo go lecturing/ with great I

Woman' Mis*. Union-Devo. 3 p. m. Bean Lima*Beaio .' i lo 7 te 7I\ *c rntm.nU pr p er Ib Ib vigor on the sul>Jct. After these. lee!' I .

Wednesday (after let Sunday). : RIo "' *. aenta p- Ib tures be (Invited qumtlonn. none of
roUtoea. "; -.. .. ; |
Sweet 50 lo < nu per buahIriiih
: ', Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 'S to !>pm I Po.._ ,1 l to II,* Bar buaKelKraeh which was ible( to nliake his belief I '
t tab bo Uc ..,. .Ib When asked for example( "Why does! I '
L .\ Thursday .1 Salt Mackerel W ISc Pr IbGrita the hull' or a ship iHsapfxHir below the 11
:t Prayer 71 0 m. .>"c, Ib I
\ meeting : p. Meal l ta per Ih horizon while the ma"t.. remain visIble I ,
Visitors always Welcome. fresh Beef l 151 l to 1W perlbKre ?" he would answer 'Because'the l.'T' I i
I ,. .
)h Pork U't Ik per H.Hu ( (
..r 1 I'< pouKda for tl 00 lowest stratum of air Is the, densest -
Dried Prun* S..> lOt" per Ib and therefore soonest conceals objectsseen I j. ( .
."
: Dried Peaehn 1. 1!'. per Ib
.5 ... U' through It." Finally be showed
PRESBYTERIAN. Dried Apple* 1 "": p. U> ,
I
Pure l lard U U 3te IMF l> his whole hearted liellef In his absurd .
(ompound Lard 1Z Ao I4 e per IbCheeM '
; S. S. Snyder, pastor. t'roamerr 2Ac per Ib views by laying a heavy wager that no .

Sunday School 9.45) # m.-'A. S. lack. 'yood P.... ; Me prrlbOnionn 'one would' dNproi. ,: them The stakes I -
c per U>: IJ O"l><'r bueh,1"ofl'
: r Nelson, superintendent. I'c U> fc per Ib wore doponltexl In'the Inindu of jndjjeo I
.
Tea "ctq'iOc per IbKe..ne and the trial underjDgreed condition-. "" be
Church Service 11 7 .
a. m. and p. m. l c per gallon
i S I1:,arra It'ic. to I0c t>*r dozen took ..InU1no..Qtb! New river .as part ice
j : ./ ,.,,+x. Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. I hicken I'rier ' ZBc tu ; Bible Thurs.: : : : 4t5c'to HOtf each
: ?> Prayer: and study 7pm..Visitors grown "' 1
torn shelled. '. We per liuvhelOatk were, moored three miles npnrt each ; : ] I '
S most cordially invited! to all . . . 7llo' buahelOranava with of
per /
I. - < provided a crnoslree equal 1
,
'.
J ' ; ;; ; :: : : Al r.ot. S0 >er bojifCarpentera i
aoaaon |
: ;fiI..ervlces. .. :v" 'Q' '. t i. ,'T.' '. ,,. t. .. .: .. .. ":,... n.fiO1 l&) beihlIf I the enrtrt was !pplierlcnl: tbe : = ; .
: S --.. eUoksmltha $1.fit to 8-I I 511Clearing central i cross would( appear dbove tbe
41 ; Land-.rrubblnw >.O) J6.W'' '
$JI to per acre
Clearing Ijin.lstumplnir. SI.l; (I C( to (2l> OIlMan other to an observer I looking through ,
t ; S METHODIST. and Jd'f'ulu . 14:Ul to *<> 041lioraea <> n telescope leveled from the crosstree I hQ
*I.INI:l > to 11110)
of the boat at E'llher'end If It was flat
& Win. H. Funk Ph. D., pastor. ( I arttea hiring-4o) feed namel"alTonK ;
I $,\< landup lie "\ lU ill see bolli, the, other orosstreesus ,
4 ? School 9 46 H.M.Evanll ."' I I
Sunday : la.: m. Prof Flown tl 5O to 12 0 on > "PHmlljix' derlured that lie I I
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Harrow .1 >() to t\l '
superintendent. Teachera 445 tat;6 a month did l nep.them so. hilt the Judges iinnnlmoiml.r I '
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services 11 and 7:15 Mood per lord 'l.7to l : '! I
Preaching! a.m., _ decided against him, and the : i
' : p. m. poor man lost hI. money. I! I .

'q S Boys League 2:'>. m. j Keep the Kidneys WellHealth jt jtW. tf" -

\: .. Junior League 2:30: p. m. .',.. All Actors. I -

,. Senior League 3:00: p. m. Mine Alexandria Vlarda. the Polish -

;: Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:15: p. m. I I" Worth Having, and Some tragedlenn. C once propounded the following I ,

I : Holy communion ev.er lit Sunday:' Ktsftlrarnee People Know How.. I : ,:
5 ''U-is; a strange thIng. but ask a man
i You are ordially invited to each of to Save It. ; "
.f tend a rip In his roat.
5- ;, S. S these service.S .. .Marty Kissimmee people take their "No; be t Is not a tailor. ; : ; : -

_ lives in their hands by neglecting Ute ; I
S Ask another to *(on> tbe faucet from ;
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kidneys when they know these organllneed leaking.

S _. CHRISTIAN. help. Sick kidneys are responsiblefor "No; lie's not a plumber. : ( :
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S. J. Vance, pastor. a vast amount of suffering: and ill "Or another to do a. bit of cabinetwork ( = "<* !

Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. rnA I health, but there is no need W' suffer N I

J Bible School 9.45a.-m.-A. W. Winn, nor to remain 'In danger when all diseases "No; he Is not a r.rp.ntei.

S superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assistant -i "But ask any one of tbe three or all t
and aches and pains due to weak
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superintendent. .t them to'enact a little part i liKa play -
#5 kidneys can be quickly and permanently '
Christian Endeavor Sunday and each will smile In fatuous e S every I cured by the use of Doan's Kidney Pills. dence and Instantly acquiesce. < !
evening at 6.00 p. m. D.
S Here is a Kissimmee citisen'i recommendation "But watch him .('tln! .
'I \ Prayer meeting and choir practice cv- : !

ery Thursday 7.00 p. m. I IEPISCOPAL. ..J'Saintlin. or'
.' II I Mrs. A. M. Story Kissimmee, Fla., ; ... Unpopular.' ; .

5 --- says: "I had severe pains in my loins That state of mind which let us call :; i : :

Si and a dull, languid feeling. My kidneys the Ignominy of tbe virtuous Is not ; 'I "

were also weak and the secretions; from entirely confined to boys of nine i' :

W4 Kev. David D. Kidd, rector. these organs! caused me much annoy years. I have ,aeen grown men and "' ''L.

I Services every second and fourth Sun. ance. Since taking! Doan's Kidney Pills over women whose being faces accused passed of an aalntnaesa.expressionof 1 i ? l '" r.;"

rr5Ss d aa t :.00 .. m. which I recently obtained from the Kis mortification. They would accept ,

_ : Communion 2nd Sunday at morning simmee Drug Co., the pains in my back with more complacency the tribute (

_ ;? S services. have ceased and my kidneys have been that they were getting to be devils In ; ; I "t; ,

( Guild meettilg' every first Tuesday.: l1"elltoniCfto their normal l 'condition. T 'their old ....Atlantic. : I ,

.. I have also regained my lost strength and !
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energy and am feeling betterevery
Lack .f Tart."That I,
.:i no.l: ".zy" 'p..u '(JeJq-LU; way. I have no hesitation in saying ,
Is about the most tactless I
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p ..AM UI rn SUM aqa) oo.; p.9. Jeq nvoi'urujni 'that Doan's Kidney: Pills are an effective man .
kidney remedy. 1 person I have ever known. I
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r For sale by all dealers.\ Price 60 cta. "I agree with you. He would have I
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I Foster-Milbum Q)., Buffalo, N. Y., sole no more sense than to ask a barber to I of
-n. jo paoj no4T.: ., piss puL'.iouS. |
agents for the United States. subscribe to a fund for tbe purpose of ;
jq0jq| V JO .0pal' eln i1uioorS : .
Remember the name-Doan'-and Inventor
for the '
providing monument .
... eqs nq4i Hq 01 dn D d daa..I.uOOI : ... take 00 ether.S of the safety razor."-Chicago Record ( ] : ;j I .

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sseno.e .Ieq .IoJ a... eqs 'vsej "I have sent that heiress another let, 5 I .
eit 8h. Knew H.r Dad. :
uOflglUO5.15d ,
j .IUOI 1U1111PV526 ter protesting my affection and asking
rnIther.-Do know who *
S you any one ',
SUM eq. ;.fltJo 810.1 e14) al PUS 11IlpD1Jaq .
her to. marry me, said Count Fucasb"Too
has a hor*. to sell She-Yes; I suspect -
'5 : : II qrumea ..;* eqa tflnoLaaq want to be careful bow you put old Brown baa. Smtthers Why 7 7 . ; II .

- 01".53pMU eqt ul IJi'J.lodIWJ.l1 that sort of thing Into tbe malls," replied She-Well; papa sold him one jesterday. ; .

.1', AiOAf> pajoa jsora eqt ;o/"no tDOqW the frank friend. Tbs postofflce .-London Puncb.Not : ,
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s : Jq.lDOlq tIWoGds: puw AraiJnapavqsnq .ai.j department .. getting mighty strict : .

*.4 :, .Ieq jo jsqXp.q;>j.ai q3n* about anything that looks Ilk* a get- 5 5- Homemade. ,*
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