Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 10, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00480
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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hearted 'pl lntlf.', Dr W. ./. Simpson, I. cult airs walt as perfect as ha, ever, '

'COLD STORAGE I as the defendant, Col;' Newton- prosecuting = been heard from any stage in Florida,- 'WHO'GOT THE MONEY j n

1 the case and Col. 'J. L. Moondefending ,:i -j, "* Board bf Trade Meeting I ; .. ,,and it Is to be regretted, that the hall ,

i the accused; to eaX"nothing was not filled to overflowing with our -
Is Proving So Successful That Us of the.brilliant array ot court officers, people, for it will be a long time be.fore'' Nearly forty Thousand Dollars Sent

Capacity Must Be Increased witnesses and jurors, it is pretty cer- 'i I The meetings i \ of the Board of Trade .of late have n .. they again hays the opportunity of listening From Kissimmee In Post-

I'taln we shall have all the comedy'and proven of unusual. interest. and the one to be'held -M onday t<> vocal. music of so high and J i' .

4 At An Early Date. reality of a court scene and enough'I. ,". order -? -i' office Money Orders.
wholesome fuo to'last' l :'a whole year. night in the council:: chamber at 750 o'clock will be'\tHl While the house was not by any

k cold Indeed, It is predicted' by those in 'i ':. of the t'o "means crowded still fair'' ..
the meat branch of the storageIraftiess \. more interesting. than those past. Matters' vital thfre was a Sum? few months ago the Valley Ga "
Ice and Cold position to )know, that from the open- sized audience j>fesentLand! a respectable I.
Klasimmee very
I, of the .I. the welfare of Kissimmee.will "be presented, and it is hoped. zette published a comparative 'st tementshbwing:4h.lacreaseInteeeipts-
: until.the close of the ,.
Storage Co. has been in operation four of the court I sum of money was realized
weeks, and during that time practical the audience will be kept keyttl up to I that all members; will find. it convenient to be present. '. for the Presbyterian'church: for which ,:of the local postoffice, but that state- r

demonstrations of the value 9f meat : the point of convulsions by the unique S. J: Triplet.: President. I the recital l was given. If is hoped that ment did not Include the amount of

have so highly successful proceedings. Mrs. Makinson will again! give the people -
cold storage proven i money sent from this city by money t.orders. t.
that Kissimmeeites in the future Wit pathos, eloquence laughable H. C. Stanford. Secretary. of Kissimmee an opportunity to .
c Below we give these figures
beer local hits and vagaries will be drawn I hear her before
be assured better during sing/ she returns to her from March Rte
ii may .. 31, 1907, to. Deceinber'31;
without stint to k the current Northern home in the late
4 months in the yearthan they upon ep up Spring.
twelve .. 1910. ;x
of merriment. As an entertainment - -- --- -
ever had before. Whie'the! increase In the money order
Two( of the city's largest butchers of innocent fun, conducted 'with ROMANCE BEGUN HERE business of our postofflce has Increased <
here made permanent' mock! dignityuind without the.shade of List of Candidates
dealers at
;, and meat offense to refined tastes, the Mock ---- nearly one hundred per cent in that h"I
meat storage space
arrangements time, it Is a question .. to whether that
slaughtering a considerable number of Court Trial will\ be as mentioned above, Will End. in Marriage of Mr. Harry fact resulted in benefit to bur city.

jj; beeves at one time and storing them I an event of unusual interest. Settle and Miss Eugenia Moon. I There are a certain number of people
With the The following are the rest qf the Election
days. Coining City
from ten to twenty : who persist In patronizing mall order
temperature around the participants: C Tomorrow at Cartersville, Ga., the
Ii refrigeration houses, thinking they get'much better
beef thus stored Clerk, A.E. Donegan. I final act will be played a romance -
freezing point, .the I bargains by so doing, and we fear that
Sears. that begun in the office of the
while the tendons Court Officer Hon W. J. Valley
loses all its animal heat, % by t far the larger part of the
? disintegrate Crier, Sheriff C. F. Prevatt.Witnesses' I Be Four Gazette during last slimmer, when Miss money
and tough fibers rapidly Three Aspire to Mayor, to Be Councilmen leaving this city through the poetoffice
I Miss Mary Steel. Miss Eugenia Mean will be united in mar-
and tender the. meat. I Two to Be Marshal While Only One for BToes'into the pockets of those conduit-! ll
"* rooms .are i in operation I Alma Smith Judge G. F. Parker, Dr. riage to Mr Harry Settle, at the home Ing such businesses
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at present, and the company expects to I W. L. Wfnn. Mayor T. M. Murphy. the Offices of Clerk and .Treasurer.At -- cf her grandmother in that city. When It is a conceded fact by all who hare
completed earlyin Jurors. C. W. Dann. H. C. Stanford the Valley Gazette put on itslpiano contest -
have a large fruit room investigated the matter, that mail order 4
of truck S. B. Aultman.. Prof. R. M. Evans II. Mr. Settle was sent here to act
the summer for the handling \ the meeting of the Council on I Tyson are new Richmonds 'in the political houses charge more for their goods
M. Pfann A. S. Nelson, Dr. F. G. I as manager, and Miss Moon was one of
and fruits. .. Monday !night the following gentlemen I field. There being three councilmen than do the local merchants, and In
underway Thomason, R. D. Porter W. B'Harris the favorite candidates, they meeting t
Demonstrating tests are now i their elect ( the most instances the
presented petitions requesting to and out seeking position goods are Inferiorto
on Fred Stalker.. Dr. M. J. Hicks R. O. I fur the first time in this office, and
Y at a 34 degree temperature names be placed on the ticket to be it is impossible to forecast at this there those purchased at home.. And then
was born an admiration that later
orange and grapefruit, four teat voted at the clty.election on March 25th I time who will be the- one who "aUo the fact must not be overlooked that i
since the ripened a love that could only be
having been stored for the positions named. ran." and the same applies to those our city is being deprived of the use of (t1

t t rooms opened early in February. Mal).;. NOT A DOLLAR.As For Mayor-H. C. Stanford, J. M. I seeking the offices of mayor and marshal satisfied time. by a joining of hearts throughall this money which when once sent awayis ++

ager Dolph Berli announces thatne Gardner, T. M. Murphy.For I aa each candidate has his list of as dead to our business people u
Miss Moon is the niece of Col. J. L.
fruit fs sweetening and holding every Councilmen. C- McLean. C. friends who are working hard to land though it had been consumed by fire,

bit as perfectly as he expected it to do. Yet Added to the Band Fund W. Dann. H. M. Breaker, J. M. Han- ,, their favorite and who declare that Moon of this city, with whom she spent for we have never ... yet heard several months last and
the was one
, The tests are being made to show' fruits I Started By This Paper. sell. I, the whole sho.. will go to the bowwows of the most accomplished year and charming mail order house investing a dollar In ;,

414 H Florida citrus growers that their For Marshal and Tax Collector. ,: unless he 19' placed in that especial this or any other city except the ere
ladies that visited Kissim-
can be preserved at home for weeks at Not a dollar, nor a dime, nor a pennv McPhatter, Seth Tyson. position.In young ever in which it does business. But there fare
0' while Mr. :Settle is of the
rnee. one
+ a time, with no depreciation in marketManager i has aa yet been added by a citizen of. For Clerk -J. R. Gilbert. this connection we desire to reit- a few people in every city who conscientiously
c .... Berli declares that Kissimmee to the fund started by the coming young business men of the state.
I For Treasurer-J. Z. Roberson. erate the opinion expressed through believe that a thing must
The will make their homein
d the fruit three months hence will show Valley Gazette two weeks ago, although I 1 Messrs. Murphy, Gilbert, Robersnn, I II these columns two weeks ago: "Kis happy couple be better if it comes from abroad

no other sign storage than an almost I it is learned that Messrs. Frank i I 1 I McPhatter and Hansel! are at present simmee needs at this time, more than Daytona: in which city Mr. Settle is than if it was purchased at home. That

4 unnoticeable puckering'because of the I Tatman and P. A. Vans Agnew have holding the positions to which they seek I at any other period' in her history, men now stationed. class of people are possessed of brains $ '
at the head of her affairs of large brain
h dry storage atmosphere.It each contributed $10 towards the band's reelectionwhile Messrs. Stanford, I I large experience, and well versed Tin 14LB.' CABBAGEIs too small to absorb ah argument, therefore

is understood that northern men maintenance. Gardner McLean, Dann, Breaker and I the management ot public utilities." we decline to enter into a discussion

have been in close touch with Mr. Berli During: the past week several gentlemen ,of the subject with them; but to

some weeks, examining into the question have signified to us their intentionof Grown on Milliard's Island and those who have been unconsciously: led

of storing and marketing citrus dropping around to this office and into the practice of sending to mall

fruit out of the regular season and that leaving a few gimoleons, for the! band, Special Fishlaw Presented to the Valley Gazette order houses for different articles we M

4fthy expect to put in a large cold stor- II, but up to this writing they have failedto YefeteMay morning a gentleman appeared say that before they repeat the mistake \

''file building should i the tests..prove sat- I materialize.: Now.. the only way we at the Valley Gazette office with to visit our local stores and ascertain

isfactory. It is also admitted that the know of in which to pay is to pay, and what appeared to us on first the prices asked for articles of

I same coterie, with northern money be- (: unless the people of Kissimmee come For Osceola County be a wagon load of cabbage!, but on like character. ,
hind them, expect to vstablish other forward without any further delay and closer inspection and Investigation the The following is a statement! of the

similar industries in this part of Florida | give: a few dimes to aid the band in defraying whole bunch of green stuff turned out receipts of our local postottica for four; i

in the next year'or two. their expense, our citv will to be just single head of cabbage and years ending December 31, 1910 :
| stand -i"iirilendid. chance of losing its To Be Introduced at the Coming Session of the It weighed fourteen pounds when placedon 1907 : r

CITRUS SOUTHERN RY. ] band. Legislature by Hon. C. S. .Acre-Prohibits the scales. > Quar. Money. '...."r. ;;. f i
Ending Order Fees > ), : w
r Total
Ever since the band was organized The gentleman presenting/ this magnificent :
Seining in Lakes Tohopekaliggand Cast iToho- Mar. '., ,
31..r22a6343.69 )
'its members have cheerfully given their f specimen to the Valley Gazettewas > ( ,

1 'Surveyors Now at Work Laying Out services to any entertainment of a pub :; pekaliga at Any Time .During tlie Year. Mr. S. Tl;< Fansler,.and he stated June SO.():.' 4085.28 $41.32f. ';' W .

e the Route. : lie, charade, and' Gave repeatedly' ., ._ -- that it was crown On Hilliard'a Island. Sept, 30 i 4664.0541.44' ': 1
;; do all in their Dee 31. 6386.65 64.35 --J19655.31Will
shown their willingness to without a particle of fertilizer; about I
A Bill To Be Entitled: An Act mak- said county and fifty dollars for nonresidents 1908 '
of the Gitius Southern to further the l interests:! of our
from Kissimmee
The president power seven miles by Mr.
ing It unlawful to catch fish in the of said county; all said licensee i
Railway Company Mr. T. K. Miller i town, but it ii" pressing a good thing C. H. Funk and himself. These gentlemen Mar. 31 .$ 5201.89 63.13
fresh water lakes or streams of Os- be issued for the period of one
was In Kissimmee on Tuesday, and inn beyond the limit for our people to expect : have been residents of_this section June 30. 4577.12 45.00.
certain months -
with represe'ntative.of down into their pock ceola County during I, year. Sept 00. 3214.28 33.66"
conversation a them to dig Section 4. That laws only a little over a year, and already -
of the And parts of
the Valley Gazette, said that the surveyors ; ets to pay for music room rent instruments year. have proven themselves thorough Dec 31. 6666.78 .65.85'-$18841.81
Be it enacted by the legislature of laws in conflict with the provisions
- I were well advanced in the work | etc., and then donate their services truckers and fruit growers, producing 1900I
herein be and the '
of Florida
the'State : same are hereby;
i of laying out The route over which the I for anything at any time they some of the finest and largest I Mar 31 $ (847.84 50.33
Section 1. That from and after the repealed '
. road would run from Sanford to this be called fruits .in June 30 6611.56 63.17.
upon. and citrus
may vegetables grown
'' of this act it shall be unlawful Section 5. This net shall take effect .
city, and that i if nothing prevented they The (question is, if we want the band' passage this most favored section. This steci Sepk30. 6664,44 62.68
for any person or persons to catch immediately upon its passage and ap- pec.31 IOC.94$27635..
would reach Kissimmee in about two to \live, we must pay the expense bill. men is on display in this office, and i Is 11350.63
i I 1 fresh lake proval by the
I fish in water or governor.
any any
I 1910
ey 4 weeks Therefore, who will join with us in attracting much attention, especiallyby (
other stream in Osceola county of this T
Mr. Miller stated that his companywas signing the following subscription : Western and Northern.people temporarily Mar, 31 .f10765.64 96.65

meeting with every courtesy and Valley Gazette . $10 (00( '|i'I state, with any seine or net or MR. S. J. TRIPLETT residing in this city. June 30, 8316.09 79,68
device .
s encouragement from property owners gigging, or other set Sept. 30. 7411.93' 72.62
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along the mute, and! felt certain that during the months of February, March Dec. 31. 9962.58 100.74 -43dSofif111E
he and his colleagues would have no THE JAIL SITE July, and August of any year. And Appointed by the Governor a Dele IRIPSOJWUIARThat '

trouble in disposing of all the stock I ;. I when any person' persons are found gate to An Important Meeting.On BRASS BAND

offered for sale in plenty of time to Ion any fresh water lake or other Another Boat is Put on the I ,
meet all financial obligations the com Will Be Selected by Messrs. Lesley stream in. said county during said Tuesday Mr. S. J, Triplett, a ...
months in a boat with a seine or net it member of the Valley Gazette force, Run to Kissimmee Park.
\ in and Give Concert
pany might'incur building equipping Prevatt and Donegan.The a on Wednesday.
will be considered facie evidence received the following commission from .
the road, as the people along. the I prima When a regular schedule was put on
route, and especially in the towns County Commissioners 'at'their of his or their guilt. Provided that Governor Gilchrist : between this city and Kiasimmee Parka Night in the Band Stand {

'through which it will pass, are satisfied meeting on Monday appointed Chair- I persons may use small cast nets lor'purpo' Tallahassee, March 4, 1911. few months ago, one launch was all On Wednesday night next our citU. :-

it will pay handsome dividends trom the man E. L. Lesley, Sheriff C. F. Pre- the o* catching bait during Mr. S. J. Triplett Kissimmee. Fla. that was necessary to accommodate wens will have the -pleasure of listen ..'.
t and Clerk Arthur E. Done old months. My Dear Sir : It affords me pleasure those who took of .
day It begins operation. vatt County : advantage that delightful ing to our brass band play some of the 1

In another column of this issue will gan a committee to select a late for the Section 2. That from and after the to appoint you a delegate to the meeting trip, but so popular did it become latest and most difficult .air. in a manner -

be found an advertisement of the Cit- new jail and sheriff's residence, and passage of this act it shall be unlawful' of the Am\rlan Academy of pOlitt-j' to spend a day viewing the sightsof that'will be highly creditable to'

Southern Railway Company, o1 eri'g this committee is vested with full for any persons to catch fish in any cal and Social. Science, to be the Park, that it became necessaryto the members and exceedingly entertaining .t ; '

a limited number of shares of stock power to purchase the ground and ap- fresh water lake or other stream in Philadelphia, Pa., on April 7th and 8th: procure a larger boat, and the to those who attend. The" '(. .

> for sale. prove the pjans and specifications for Osceola county of this state during the 1911. This will .el' your creden- Acella was placed in commission, members are doing everything In their:

the buildings. months of January April, May, June, tials. which was capable of comfortably car. power to make the band equal of 'any "

THAT DIVORCE CASETo It is understood that a number of 'September. October, November and For further information please address ryinR fifty passengers" and still the In the state, and have made wonderful'

very desirable lots have been offered December of any year with any seine < Mr. L. S. Rowe, President, West passenger demand increased until the progress since they organized and our

the committee, but as few
Be Tried Tuesday Evening Exciting the jail built near their residence, stretched, except the pocket: 'and wingsof Yours very"truly.UbertW Swan to the fleet to accommodatethose attending thi\. eoncert and encour-

Much Interest. the committee will us- the greatest the pocket of said elne,'whlcTTahall Gilchrist. desiring a trip on Lake Tohope- aging the boys In other and more substantial -

effort to place it In the least objectionable not exceed seventy-five feet in length. j r Governor. kaliga. Ways than applause.

be Mock Court Trial to be given under place, while at the same time not Provided that nothing in this section !I A more delightful trip cannot be The following program will be rendered -

i e i auspices of American Woman's lose sight of the fact that it should not shall be construed to allow fishing [HE SONG RECITAL found anywhere in Florida, and everyone : \ '....-- .

League,* 'n the opera house, on Tues-- be removed too far 'from the courthouse a seine or net for any purpose or with! who has once taken it has a longing 1 March-American Soldier Myers

day evening, March 14th, promises to : any circumstances except dip, Of Mrs. Emma Porter Makinson aSocial : desire to repeat thft performance. 2 WaltzSylvan Echoes McFall e ,

be an event of unusual interest. Judging / The building of a new jail and sherift's cast net for purposes of catching bait 3 Overture-Garden of Jden..Bamard;;; x

, / from newspaper reports of similar residence is one of the greatest in the waters of Lake Tohopekaliga or and Financial Success. A Great Day for Kissimmee. 4 March-Stars and Stripes Forever ,

entertainments conducted by the presi needs of this county today, as the present Lake East, Tohopekaliga in said county.: There are some people who un- Sunday, March 26, will be a great . . . .. .Sousa.h. '

":'? ant management it would seem to be quarters, which are in the basement Section 3. That from and after the thoughtedly pass over many of the dav in Kissimmee. Bishop Morrison: of 5 Serenade-Loves Sentinel .ftathbunTYwo

t ,. one of the most .amusing things now4tjreLfio5 of the court house, are wholly inadequate passage of this act it shall be unlawful good things of this life and those people the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 6 Step-Wash'* State Y unc' ,

1 public patronage.two''lnU..otn to meet the demands occsx. ,for any person or persons to catch fish certainly overlooked one of the will preach in the Auditorium at 11 7 altz-Meet M e .. '

: the first place, an exact cloned by the large influx of people to with seines in any of the fresh water rarest treats that have come this way o'clock, in the Interests of the spew Urearaland Freedman 'f .

"' reproduction of a court scene in method this community during the past two lakes or other streams of Osceola for many a day ,when ,they failed to I Methodi.thurch, which is soon to be 8 M h-Fraternity. . Hayes

and procedure and on this account years. county in this state during the monthsof hear Mrs. Emma Porter Makinson in a erected. Arrange now to be present to 9 W. z-Society. . . Eells m t .,

will be extremely: interesting to ladies The gentlemen composing this committee January, April, May, June, September song recital at the opera house last hear hips. 10 Two Step" -Favorite .MeFall tit

and others who' have never attended. areal'trial. are in ev.ery Genie qualified to October, November and December Friday night Next Sunday night March 12th, at 11 March--Massa's in 'the Cold Cold A;'. ,
Ground . .
,* fulfill the duty assigned them, and we of any year who baa not previouslypaid Mrs. Makinson is one of the most 7:15: o'clock Bro. E. B. Reynolds, of ,

But of all will be the refined fun of feel l perfectly safe in aa'in&that both for and procured from the county gifted singers of today, having range Indiana, will preach. 12 MedleyHome. Sweet.LAND.Home Beyer ,

the whole affair. With Hon C* A. I the sits selected and the character of judge of said county a license to fish, of voice surpassed only by the world- Regular service in the morning by . DIXIE (If ,

. Canon presiding over the court; Miss I the buildings constructed will be acceptable : the amount of which' said license1 shall renowned Nordica arid Melba, and her the pastor. You are cordially Invited.. Mr. Joseph -Geitz returned bom last: "

4 Alex Hardy appearing. the broken- to our people. be twenty-fire dollars for residents .of rendition of the latest and most dfflie I W. H. Funk Pastor week from a brief visit to Cincinnati.: .
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Mrs. Martha Ann Seymour, wife of
Q'' I!;Brother John W. Seymour, departed Automobile
Aeroplane '
')f' 1\\, this life' at Ojus Florida, ,on February I vs. \

12th '1911,. after an illness.of ,only

'- about one weeks; caused by ai'i sudden "
The Citrus Southern Railway attack of la ripper .
All of the Children were in attendances 'n, Famous Daytona

fi at her bddside when her spirit "
Company; .
,.. passed to the Ifeavenly) home Her
.. .. -. years -\ ', ". ,', .
who has be4h her companion during : <
Now laying out a traction road to connect ". :1"1'; "" 'I
I ? the major part of her )life and who stood , ," ,},
A Kissimme, Orlfjdo and.Sanfo/d desirous of in. over the prostrate form of his dying ,"' :. '!- : .., \
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owner and loved one and Witnessed her passing is n ie; ... ,;:1.. ....,;, :.fI
t teresting financially every propetty t ,,'"et ? i ',.. t /wig '
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now alone and in great grief-; one of) / ': .A
i citizen near these points, believing thaI'a greater the most,! touching .c t ir".. when all .',:t .. ." "I d: """'" V.

number of resident investor will l''proportionately .. stood beside the wife and mother and ..t. .

in restrained sobbing and. crying bade 'sr, ,
themselves the Companyand
increase the benefit to ,
good bye to a loving; devoted mother. I

the entire community. Sister Seymour was a woman of rare 1 I .

the U made Christian, merit In grace arid gifts ts ro lANl111M.y MMMNIMrM,"1 >fyr 4 c 4' a 3 @ r d *
The capital stock of Company up ,
abundant. She always had a kind word

of five thousand shares of the par value of die. ; for all, and never manifested>d any partiality ,

.' hundred dollars each, from which the road is to be for her own family or 'children,

,but loved them all} alike. I

L ,.' built. without issuing bonds or mortgages. She had hosts of friends bolh in' her TT-F-7: j -

/ Ten monthly payments on account of stock own chosen church and others, and always y,. MvC s tt s" 1d

had.a kind word for all. It is

subscriptions accepted beginning with the incorporation said no one ever applied, in want in ;if"., .. .
f.. '
of the Company. their poverty to her home but was .
s ,'t/\ : .;
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Hupfiliod anfur as she, was able "
official of the Company will gladly call on y3jedi
An Mie was a godly woman and of ten, we EfM

intending: .customers. think attended divine .service when in

quite fVeblc* )u>alth. She always toojt .p
'Subscriptions in any amount are invited at o
: gnat pride in entertaining lit her homeany

j principal office of the Company, Church street aniOr of the ministers of the church. r

Miiny then who would contributeto I
nge avenue, Orlando, Florida, and for the convenience arc
h,-r worth in 'K<*>illen.'8i and Christian -
of in the vicinity of Kissimmee, "
persons worth hail they an opportunity 1

I will bfe received until further notice at the The writer in other: day wsis nlwHjsrniuli
e to feel I at home at her hum and .


State Bank of Kissimmee Sister Seymour was mi ardent believer ,
Exhibitions in the Air
in prayer -Never to my knowledge Daring

/: was a ju."tat her, home but the .

Bible< wan brought and l all iVijajj( l in -- -

.. fervent devotion at al'hrone. ; of Grate

"' Sister Seymour's maiden name was
t- I.L Martha Ann Goodman Her father The Biggest Aeroplane Kvoiii Ever Held in the State of IHuridn "

and mother were of Scotch detent I
will l>e the KxliihitioiiH lit
She was born in Jackson county, (la.; i,

at the fountain of true love of country t in the year of IKHb.; ; She was onv'rt-I

A ROYAL WELCOMEAwaits and they, in connection with the mil ed at the age of twelve at the old Kbenezer -

lions of other children, will determinethe church and for sixty,three I DAYTONA MARCH 28J 29J 30

All Who Come to Kissimmee great fact that a government ot years of her life has beenja consistent ,

the people, for the people and by the member of her .jchurch I

From All Quarters. of the Globe people shall not perish from the face of She was married. to Jojin Wesley .

The following,1' letter,'written by Hon.E. 'I the earth Seymour in June 1859, and has lived A total of five flights.will be made in three days, the flights to include a rare on they )>.*iich

B. Reynolds, who -la wintering in Kissimmee certainly covered herself happily with her husband all these with' ( lie f which
with honors by the 'manner in lived
years. They on a large plantation -
Kiss'!)nimee(Ind.), is Exponent taken from of March th..llageJ'tlton 2nd: she treated the old soldiers, and all who in Georgia, but moved to Floridain river, and the city of Daytona. and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. '

>" Kissimmee, Fla., .Feb. 14. 1911. come to Florida, either for the winteror 1889 and at once became members of These flights are to be given under the auspices of the Hotel Men's Association and the Daytona
permanently will always find a royal the Methodist church at KiBsimmee,
This 1 )has been a gala day in Kis im- ; Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made accommodate the crowds.
mee, it being the occasion,of the an- welcome by her citizens.FLORIDA Florida, where the writer-first met
them and their I '
nual meeting of the state encampment I
,I of the G. A. H. of the State of Florida. She left six children, namely: John, I NO CHARGE: TO SEE THE EVENTSA

r When the citizens learned! _. thai thee I I CLIMATE Hubert, Mrs Frazure of Dade county,
Mrs W. K Harris, Miss Clyde of Km-
ri encampment waa to hold tin meetinghere : simmee and Mrs. Gldlowoyof (Gainesville Splendid Chan,('" .to See Daytona The Prettiest printer( Kcsort in llu World.
the old I i
e. they took steps to give Pleases Charles Penick and Mem-
Ga. i I
welcome that
boys and their wives a
? they would appreciate and' thatthey bers of His Family. Now the family circle IH broken. .,

!other to jfo llrnt Goneis; it were to I 4
Committees were
n, w.ould\ never forget The following' is clipped from a
appointed work out all the details, I I published at Utica, Ohio, prepare for .husband\ Lid\ children to fellow is doing the punching how :

all of wtpch were rtccomphnhed in a newspaper follow. Silt J4-5uiiLuutJf sight over quickly/ dots his_ pride wane. When
| the name of which we were unal>l i, most satisfactory manner. The business obtain : there and will wait and watch at the j 1 you have.a man al ;your mercy, and he ,
of the residences gate for the coming of her dear' ones knows it, you won't have much trouble'I
; houses and many l Kissimmee. Fla., Feb. 19, 1911.
V" and buntingand Henry hire, with him. He will be pretty apt loi fi We Are Now to
t were decorated:>> with flags i ,Mr. Chas. Penick, wife, son and ( Ready -:
One of Her Former Pastors._ dance to tune ,
and were floating' any you may happen
the stars stripes
daughter left their home,.. Utica, Ohio _......, __
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of -- play.
m the breeze. A company forty January 3ixl for a trip to Florida via : ,.
young ladies was organized: and rode Cincinnati.{ At that city they met three Thirty Confederate Generals Living." Poverty is a great humbler ot -pride, TAKE ORDERSFor

horseback In the procession. Schools hundred more bound '-for.the'.,' land of the It puts a double knot in a limber .
General Marcus J. ) of
dismissed and a flag put in the : Wright and makes! man stand atten- '
were sunshine and flowers' going by way of War Department, alist of the tongue a of'the ti .. "
hands of each of 300 school children. Chattanooga, Atlanta and Jacksonville.From Confederate gives follows tion and salute at the slightest pretext. Copies .
generals now living as
The city band, a very fine,one, was there by boat to Sanford, takingthe Poverty causes that much boasted "in- tSPECIAL.

employed. The drum corps of St. Atlantic Coast Line, reaching Kis : dependent" spirit to take wings!! and
Lieutenant General Simon Bolivar
Cloud composed principally of men simmee, Fla., Friday evening a.t 6:30. Buckner. fly away. You may be right in your EDITION ;

v who played the fife and drum during The trip, while long and tedious, was Major Generals-Robert F. Hoke, G. contention, but poverty will cause you ,

the.Clvll War, sounding the charge of I I made without accident. j to yield up much and pretend to be ...,
I W. Curtis Lee, Lunsford L.. Lomax .
many a battle, was there with The trip by boat from Jacksonvilleto satisfied. Poverty is no disgrace, butIt
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and Camille de Polignac. THE ---
rt music. At 1 o'clock the parade was Sanford was a delightful one, as the Generals William L. Ca- is mighty uncomfortable. Poverty
formed at the upper end of Broadway. boat?' with the comfortsof Brigadier won't get an honest man into jail, nor
wa. equipped '
bell Francis M. Cockrell William R.
The company of the forty young ladieson home, and everybody who goes to will it help nd the other fellow there.A VALLEY GAZETTE
and Cox, Julius A. eLagnel; (declined appointment .
horseback wheeled into Florida goes for a good time. The cli- dose of poverty now and then a .

took the advance followed by the band mate i., without exception, ideal, and ), Henry B. Davidson Basil good thing for moet men-and women. Ille y,,
W. Duke, Clemei A. Evans,
and drum corps, then the old soldiers, thousands train-loads to -Ex. \
are flocking by Daniel C. C:< JamesM. .
Ferguson, - - -
marching by twos, then the the children word of enjoy it. soft, balmy air and to-cape Goggin, William M. Kirkland, Ev- Which will be .ready t
bringing tip the rear. the north winds. or '
piercing ender M. Law, Thomas McCausland, Hallucination of Henbane, ,
command the band and drum corpsstruck in few weeks
Kissimmee is the county seat of Os- a
Dandridge McRae William McComb Henbane bears a remarkable reputation
up the music, and the whole ceola county situated on Lake Tohope- for creating the most extraordinary .
Francis T. Roger Pryer, t
procession, led by the brigade young kaliga. There are many steamers James hallucinations. Dr. Houlton relates .
"' ladies, moved down Broadway. The launches and row-boats that ply the Beverly H. Robertson, P. Simtns that some monk who ate the 10 PRICE 25 CENTS PER COPY .
J. I
s Richard Water house and Marcus
soldiers' characterized by the military roots by mistake for parsnips transformed I
waters, and at any hour they are-at i
hearing acquired,while in service In. the publicservice. During our stay we visited Wright. their monastery Into a lunatic ..

evil War. made a fine'appearance.. Kisiimmee Park, across the lake According to this list -there are only asylum.' One monk rang the bell for ;
survivors those who at- matins at midnight, and of those oftbe
t! The sidewalks and verandas were thirty among
where all of citrus fruits
{ crowded with citizens anxious to seethe growing in perfection manner, and where is located tained the position of general; in the could community not reed, others who attended"fancied some the :j
old soldiers !- Confederate The list is proba- JV; CUTTER
t parade and especially the the county farm. On it is located army. letters were running about \like ants." IDEAL FIBER

and they gave them a warm re- large orange groves. There is only one bly as near perfect as it could be made and some read what was not In their (

v' ception. The procession marched to inmate at the Infirmary. The public by the data available to one man. .. It books Even the exhalations from I IDEAL FOR TENDERING

is not correct, however. Gen.. James but poisonous flow. ,
the court house square, which was soon school building at Kissimmee the prideof i these pretty 'very
filled by a great company, where from P. Simms mentioned as living, died era produce these weird .
the in of architecture, J JJ.
'.. way Steak Ham Bacon *
... minuter Gazette. etrects.-wellt'l Etc
'the steps of the court house speech was built from the proceeds of this twenty-four years ago. ,, ,
of welcome, made by Senator Carson Possibly there are others in this list
farm. We visited Paradise Island
?The Adoration of the Wig.
In a most happy manner delighted the who have passed to the great beyond, \ S PENNELL
beautiful spot also Flemming's Island In the
; Wigs were never so popular as Agent <
Relief and there be some still living who ,
boys. At night the Woman' and St. Cloud the towfi' less than two may reign of Charles II. The author 'of |

A Corps gave a campfire, where was yearn old with some four thousand in- were overlooked. ,The nontax and the Dandles" tells' AGENTS WANTED

jserved fifteen bushels! of. baked beans, : "hitanlAaieL\ out aa a home for_old Major General Camille de Polignac ns that "when Clbber played Sir Fop- | .-..
ter coffee and sandwiches, and after the soldiers to end the remainder of their war '" French pnnce 6f the Bourbon Unit Flutter biB wig" was so' mucTnr: [ XXSOtSOtSGtatilXCidOCIOtiCt itYyDtyOSiGLY
repast the cpmrades met in the courtroom : 'dynasty who afterwards served in the mired that he Trod It carried to the: tiGfYYJSCRiGtYiiYy
where cold Winds
and in'a peaceable way fought days, freezing are Franco.German war. Those in this Hilt footlights every evening: In n sedan 1C.. A CARSON ), A. CHANFORD S, I.. UPFEH
V' unkhown. We also attended 'the Praakint.
the battles over. Nearly every state who have achieved political distinction Chair, from which It was" handed to \. StryKISSIMMEE
lando fair where exhibited -x.
was a 01'-1 It his head |t
that he on
1 in the Union was represented, Indiana display of fruits, vegetables, in this country are too welj known to him might \put R .
being represented by a goodly; number need mention.--Jacksonville' Times-
and We, with some from our
r grasses Placing the Blam I
The Blue and the Gray mingled together : I Union. 1
f own county, visited: picnicked and en- ,Judge (to burglar l on trial)-Have \ LUMBER CO.
in the parade! and at the campfire. I Juy d I our stay to the fullest, and hope Since the above article first ,appearedin you anything to say, .prisoner? Bar- I .

One of the most innpiring. incidents i when the Bummer is past and the clouds the Times-Union, Gen W. L Cabell rlorYea your honor. I was only act

,y .;. of the parade Wits the 300 school chil grow gray,, we may turn our faces has passed" over the riverA In' on me doctor's advice to take some- I .

dren, with the red, white and blue toward the land where flowers' bloom thin' afore goln tor bed.-Boston ,1 Rough and Dressed c 1f

draped about them and flags in their every month in the year and take withus Negative Blessing.The Transcript. .

hands, as they brought up the rear, many we would love to see enjoy one thing; that will melt the fiery I .

4 cheering only as children can. Then Florida's most delightful'elimate. temper and make a man meek and Trouble don't In the Air.go: shoppingwith / PINE LUMBER

m the soldiers, right-about-face, stood humble is When ordinary '
We turned our faces homeward with -poverty. an Mrs. Nearby any more? Wlfe4No -

ti ii and gave the children a hearty reception many regrets, but home duties alled man is up against it, he is not apt The last time we went she wanted .,

-as the latter ,marched past them, us. Very truly, \ to be dominant. When a man has a remnant that I wanted.-Judge.
'r t waving flags and cheering in response. Luelly Penick. plenty of money in his pocket, when v
t Such demonstrations as this speak thhvgs are conning his way, and he is It's faith In something and enthusiasm ; = !HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY I
,", on the innlng side, he feels that he
a, Won than anything else of a reunited Old newspapers' for sal at this officeat can suit\"him.elf. in something that make life worth ,

:country, for these children are drinking: 20 cents per 100. I Hut I let a" turn come, and the other looking at-O. W. Holmes fOt>OitOr>IOIi0k0ltOliOriO i0ti0sOtlq .
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\ I: We have the largest list, of pftyj;.1.1 suburban I and' country';,properties "- '

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"" -, side 1t properties? Business ,Blocks Building "
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) < $10. -GAslttJJlO .
1 Lots; Truck Farms, Orange '''Groves apd. -' ''j ' 1

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Lands. .
Timber ,
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\ ,', : WELLS PARK is a sub-division located on the .

I I beautiful EDGE OF Hillsborough TAMPA. Florida's River,/ JUST.most.prosperous IN THE* . WE BtJY, :1ELL': ; AND. EXCHANGE: . . ,

'J and' progressive city. A" cfty that. showed e---, -- --!
largest growth in population, wealth' and improve .-" ;- REAL ESTATE ANYWHEiEA ..

: ments of any city I in- the state for the past ten

years. A city whose future is brighter than fa
even dreamed by the' most optimistic. Wells Parkis Fine Southern Plantation which.Is ,

undoubtedly the most attractive suburban prop- Moderfi"In\ Every ItoNpoct. J '

osition within a reasonable distance of Tampa.' Eighty acres, fronts on three of the prettiest lakes in Flor- These, are. but two pf the
THIS IS NOT'AN AGRICULTURAL proposition ida; a two-story ten-room modern house, baths fireplaces, etc. * *

-, : but for homes or an investment it has no equal,'a. 1 Twenty-eight varieties of fruits in be.aring; lOOOoldranj"e '--- ;- _.., many very attractive prop-,

sub-division that has all the advantages that could' .. trees which will yield .this year approximately 4,500 boxes of .

be desired for a home. ON THE RIVER, between fruit; ten acres in young citrus trees that will soon begin to bear. ositions we have listed.
Only six hundred feet from a railway station and within ten miles 7
two paved. highways, within a few minutes walk of of Tampa located 'oh a'paved road, 20 minutes' auto run to the ;'We have what YOU

a.street car line. High well drained land, beautiful city. A beautiful country home, surrounded by stately and pic. ., -

shade trees in bountiful profusion, Generous turesque shade trees and a profusion.' of flowers. Price want. >

1' v. reservations for parks streets and alleya. Sev- s
$10,000.( Terms
eral springs of unexcelled drinking water on the I .' I
prpperty. r-

So situated that the natural growth of the city will .. . .. s. .

I constantly add to the attractiveness of the property .. I.
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as home sites and to their value as an investment. ACRES. I

The river at this point ia sixteen feet deep and
If want real bargains Just ton nines. irom Tampa on paved road; fair six-room
very wide, making an unexcelled harbor for small you
crast and canoes. house,.Iwo story: most excellent fruit and truck. land. Fifteen
1 THIS PROPERTY IS OWNED BY US. in Real Estate- acres exceptionally fine for trucking. Small grove of oranges

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

I YOU CAN MAKE NO MISTAKE IN THIS Write us. mprovements on this property alone are well worth the price


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I I WHITTIER.' some time past, the scene of active Automobiles are conveying passengers I
The Home) Bakery ManTakes ,'operations; the beaux are busy but.the to the Hunters Land Company's FOR SALE

'- dears are timid. Howeveras the property.Drawdy's -
"} [: House Painting new house is not yet .,SIX ROOM BUNGALOW 4
:", 'this opportunity, to thank Interesting Items From Our Regular. faint-hearted have retired and the ready for occupancy. . WITH ,
bolder ones following up the game with Fearing that your patience has already .
I""q'W' 1 ' the good people of this city for Correspondent t been worked ; 7IYE. CITY LOTS
.' > .. determination the result may be looked severely will\ close I
.... ,. J :/ Pup'er Hanging ","" their liberal patronage and; would ', Your Davenport correspondent'. enquiry for. Mr. -.:and Hiss - are Madam Rex.. ".,' -:..-T _
also take- this means to say that Rex Rumors' 260 Feet Front and"164
concerning eeboell-"Name- most conspicuous charac- Feet Deep I
Decorating our limited facilities for. making less, nameless; who art thou T" We on Comet"

goods will prevent (for awhile) our could form a mutual admiration- ters.Our democratic rooster, his wives and FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH '
KalsominingWorkmanship all of the Deep Well Gasoline
general delivery to parts
JI ciety, for the Gazette without Daven- progeny are still in grassdom; .his.tadpole Engine't
and will be
city. Quality variety port, would be like ice cream without
minnow and frog plantation has and
maintained always. Our nice Orange Grove 191'old Pump Tank.
-I Guaranteed as I flavoring-good, but lacking In some of not yet developed. The heavy clouds "

'"Good the Best. its parts. Historical Rex has married theory did'nt work. Naught have came der trees.fence.Seventeen One acres un- Water Piped all over the lots. All in' a
as. HOT\ ROLLS and BISCUITS fourteen women within the last six after their appearance but old Jack mile" from good COndition Nicely Furnished

Also HOT BREAD years, and is now a widower; has Frost. But atmospheric pressure: soon city. Apoly to . I -- r

I changed his cognomon six times during put him to ignominious flight, leaving HARRY W THURMAN, ALL FOR $1,800 IF'TAKEN QUICK.

ItI!l'' C. H. WEBKING ,05:1:: I will be ready mornings and after said period; changed hie residence five bedind a delicious coolness which quick 6WJTCME HOTEL IISSINNEE. FlORIDA

).;>' noons, and a nice variety of PIES times, and is at present' living in the ened our sluggish energies; causing refreshing t J Owner P 0 801.575.' ,
house that he moved to five .
and CAKE Parties and Wedding. same yeal'8ago !night slumbers and hearty .. -' ..
a specialty: ; Is a member of theTresbyterlarT breakfast appetite in the morning. -
church, and has never been tried for JENKINS & WOODIIAM
Our county's J. L. was on our streets
SMITH Mormonism. You may, perhaps, think I last week, seeking to find out what we B. DICKERSOrt
A. I these things strange, but they are true
I proposed to pay taxes on next year.
DARLINGTON.AVENUEdie and therecordwill prove them, and I' makes thebest building block ",
---- - ---- The gentleman is a universal favorite, :
Itenneth D. ButIe .. say unto you as did Sampson of old to and the latchstrings the outside Surveying and In the South. They are made, ,
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I I the Philistines. "Solve my riddle and out of Lake Weir Sand-coarse
whenever he in mMst, .
\ appears our and --defy
the. rest,shall I be made known unto Drafting. Faced! sharp..half :and half comparison.and water, :
I Mr Joe Williams returned last Fri-
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W. thee; proof. "WJI1 build '
you\ a con
. BARBER SHOP Our people have been engagediuring day from fishing trip on the lake, crete hous and guarantee it to: S'
I which was attended with usual success be water proof and damp proof e
the past weei\L !inning woods i
I Mr. McClelland has been subpoenaed OFFICK/TM FRATERNITY HALL See my Fire Place Mantle- ; ,
Cold Drinks I pasture, etc. If ,you have never beenin '
Cigars Shelves
I as a witness in the United States court, FLAB
at one of these burnings as a firefighter '
IA leaving with the KISSIMMEE. Works 01 "
have certainly missed the Saturday morning ,,
Real.Estate you
Kissimmee Fla I mail rider route for .
en Tampa.Mr.
chance of your life appreciating the BROADWAY- AND, MIDLAND B. B;'
Tom Hull and wife visited
2F1y) charge of the light brigade at the battle our
.'- I berg last Friday, principally for the IFASHEX ROACH PEPPER
.. lot Balaklava. Fire in front of you, fire r s
of Ell "" .. "
purpose trading. Baas is also >1"isijffici"2rtii OT 7Vf>
to the right of fire on your left .
THOMPSON\ KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. of's here, and reports the real estate mar- off toeTAis, NAr ooea'NOM .
J. W. and fire in the year-but a quarter sormsa. L d
ket booming. He claims to have about N
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score to face this wild demon, .
- wfpr'you "11" d. AM I. aIS5 .eO.P
and they to consist of women and chil- two thousand acres on said C.. 5.I RIe.e ,, irirMMiy. WOOD'S BIGB-GRADE I

-- FUNERAL DIRECTOR- _=- nORIDARALSTATEFORSALl[ dretLIntn the Rmnk6-'OIl., gn, palmetto market."TireI'atfiarcnr. .UOT.T. Ml.M.i.rn, ...d Hjllltln* lint Ut*.I wZSC.M. HI, 1) ;
while on bte wiyi 0* rM. VcurtfnMiU<>f
bush extended low,heat and smoke .. .
: encircling iw fr n.> or re d fy '
! Beautiful winter home site.j] situated Whittier last week, was waylaid by I0 H**" l r Ye.micn.f ttoKk f**/|ic. ar enswdR..RI :FaInt"Se ds.
brow, no time for why or how, .- ?C--one w edNo..hpp.r
. andLICENSED in the Lake Region oj Florida. John Drawdy and_ demanded that he ..."< < <. R..1.I.>tl 00
sweating and_ foaming slashing and .hi !-bow of N..e.n.pN..a \
I II Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor stay with Miss Mora while that gentleman ... KoKhptnxr br tloo. thm ,e.e. We headquarter for
I EMBALMER crashing, dodging the pines that bound .e Ii.s wls..rr.. .r rd.d.dASHE are
I small tracts. was on a cow hunting trip. DISINFECTANT CO the beat in aU Farm aeeda.
I as they hit the ground, eyes,,nose and .
Courthouse .
(IOppoeite CITY PROPERTYJA: SPECIALTY:: mouth full\ ears, throat and hair full- Small oranges; are showing in abun- Tar. FtoniOA.ASHE'S Gnu and Clover SediSeed .

for less than half a score moving right on- dance op the trees connected with the -' ..w. _t___RATSAULTrjri __.,_..___.M 0
I List your propertywith: me quick Corn, Cotton Seed. t
I KIBSUUIEIC FLORIDA' lal e. ward. The_only_difference between our Drawdy plantation, and the'present Cow,Peas son-Beans -
i I onset and that of the'gallant six hun- prospects seem to Indicate a bountiful o .\ Soifhmns Kaffir Corn '
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I H. M. Breaker & Co.Box dred was that, just as certain defeat crop. 3 Mniet Seed,Peanuts,etc. { +
Corn is well, but rain r
:/ stared us in the: face. We were reinforced doing requires K rf LjAc jtfto-- jna flK.e.a Bte
I I.I I.n "r. I L M. L. CHAUNCEY 175 ..KISSIMMEE, FLA. by Captain McClelland\ and his Other crops are in fine condition, and *Wood'i Crop i i. a:u e d
I .. light infantry, and the prospective diluter with the dark nights during; Christmas SpedaImonthli

I :'. was averted and a decisive victory tq lure us on, we have every reason to give timely information. to ,
II II I, W.C. BASSWholesale crowned our efforts. These burnings suppose that this will be a good crop = Real Estate Agency. = aeed to. lent each month in ,rthey '
.' of value the stock :. .Ala rites oE Seuoa1: '
I' andlRetail: ,, are sterling to yet.The \\\ \\NNNNNNN\ p
I proposed railroad is again the: = ab SeecJa.' Write for cow'. '
II I -ANP man for, betides killing any snakes that led
II" Dealer tr. may be within Its range; they destroy subject for discasaion. This time we I Realty bought and sold. free on requeet. r

I II I, BUILDER the dead grass and give the new a do not believe 'that our confidence will Houses rented. t

I. Fresh Beef, Pork and chance to come forth. The milk and be intruded upon, for present prospects j ified Taxes for nonresidents.Fire paid and Titles. ver- TaW.. WOOD I SIIS,. ;

,i butter problem will soon be to contend certainly indicate the culmination of t. :
Famished s'vi li
Plena and Batlmstea :
Life See4ImeD. -
and AccidenJ; n- .
I Mutton with, 'ancJ.thellwe can fully appreciate old probabilities' prophecy.The J .r... y y
; 1 Satlafaotioti Guaranteed the advantages derived from our hero Hotel de Beulah is still the favorite surance. J

',. ism at the fighting fire contest reaort.Travelers'. 4 Indemnity Bond? .., ._........, t
PHONE 44. *! Hunters Paradise Is, and has been for ,,- -'
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Wi. I. HARRIS* Editor. and_ Prop'r. J Joined in Marriage. -by Judge Parker [jThe! Town of St. Cloud / f .('10.

S.. J. TR1PJLETT,. Associate Editor. .

PUBLISHED'EVERY:=-FRIDAY.='''''= Last Friday NightLast : Makes the most nutria 'it.

Friday night 'at the hdur when I

Office In Valley Oal.ete'Bul1dinlt FLA..SUBSCRIPTION . most' young people have been, visited'. ITEMS OF INTEREST. CUPPED Pherson, Kana., whom he met; at the tious food and the most
KlSSlWMEE. O8CEOUA by the sand and that old fellow I.j!I. .
man ., FROM :THE ST. (CLOUD TRIBUNE same place last week, aqd received the '.
working .among the older ones to Induce decision over him jilso. Mr.: S. Bram- .

0., ..mis *....... RATES. SIO them to lay aside the'cares'of day : 'J j \1' mar, who Is au experienced referee, dainty ctnd delicious. : : t .

Use_.. Ma month .. ,. 10 and enter Into Dreamland-to be exact I The finelargVtwo-Xtory building being officiated An exceptionally fine pro ,

,<> .from our '> 11 o'JclockJlMr. Kenneth Butler and constructed by Harrison &: Morganfor gram of pictures was:enjtfyed >,
All onunanlcstton*. Mpt. il"! .previousto '.. .-' muSt *'* Mgnsd lop Lbs' . Miss Mary -Louise Anderson, aCC m-) the J. F, Karris Company, at the thewrestling. *. ,
.l.nt.el maLLs r will .notBntmd be r.turmdmibsdfm. "'- '
panied by J. E. Lupfer and Miss Ruth cyrnar of New York avenue and Elev. ,

Thomas, W. H. Patrick and Miss Ruth enth street, is fast' Hearing completion. i On Monday evening, February Z7Fathers '
th. PwtoMM In Kta Imctnall '
at Overstreet I. J. Adams and Miss Izet- I It is '
mattOT. ; being in fine style and Fox of Orlando, appeared before

"" ta Anderson, the latter a sister of the adds much to the attractiveness of the j' a large audience composed of both .

March 10 J911! bride called at the residence of Judge business .
Friday, I I section. Catholics and non-Catholics) ) in G. A. R. '

-;. - G. F. Parker and requested that he in I hall and took for his subject, "The : .

their case reverse the multiplicationtable Papacy in History. ,
and make the to twice I On Tuesday morning February 28, Although handicapped . .
: Is Sent Complimentary.. answer at 10 o'clock, at the attractive winter by a severe cold, he pre -hed (nan }
red 1 ; in other words perform the able and eloquent m.nner I ;
this home of her father Comrade A. H. He also t ,
Parties receiving : paperwho '
official the
exchanging young lady's celebrated POWDER .
are not; regular% subscribers name from'Anderson to Butler. Plato, Miss Louise Margaret Plato be-' the home mass of on Wednesday; morningat .
intention came the bride of Conrad G. Comrade Fallows and .
It ia the Aschen-
that .
must not Now, ttiat kind of a job i. the judge'slong read the Lenten regulations.' .

of the publishers to later suit, for he waa the principal in a bach Rev. Father Fox, of Orlando, .-. Absolutely. Pure .

Demand of them the subscription like performance a few month ago officiating. The wedding was a quiet '----:-- C !

price, as it is mailed to them cqm- and there is no man m Florida who can one. a cousin. Mrs. Plato, and hpr At the first regular meeting of the The only Baking Powder made :

phmentary by our Board of CoOn- daughter, Miss Ester. being the only Council, the board wos formally
such organ .
perform a job nor willingly from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
!4 )
.1 ty Commissioners for the purpose jracefull?' nr with more' dignity relatives present.Comrade ized Mr. Pierde! being elected aa Chair -

i: of acquainting them with tilt which he'proceeded to do forthwith '. _man. Considerable discussion was had .

j, .. many advantages and opportunities and with tfn few preliminaries as possible F. M. Sterrett of Troy. 0.. on the many questions to be considered, No fussing or fretting over

) this town and county offerthe in the presence of the above who registered with us a few days ago, and ways and means of inaugurating a
Lwcker. Thf' paper will Hound system ot city government biscuit-making. Royal
I were
named young people and his own has been called suddenly away on account -

p be mailed for a few weeks! to any immediate family, sending, them out of the death of his wife's mother suggested. Several adjourned meet. '

pt1son; whose name IB given us, into the world HH man and wife, Mr. SU-rrett is a man ojf .exceptionally -, ngs were found necessary complete is the aid to many acook's"

.. and if they should desire' 1o receive these nrehminary proceedings. A set S .
.c. with IIIH bk'HHiMK and injunction to fine qu ilitu-h. and a pnze for .
it regularly tlic-reafte' Lcr I of rules of order was adopted, and the 'success.
: Cloud.
'nilhfully IIr,1 always obey the-vows our town of St.. vV
would .be-; glad to ]put, them, on our ju.t lak"II.A.t l 10\"<'. honor ;and protecteach 'x"'I"lour heartfelt sjm(...athy) to him | following committees were appointed: .

4 sulmcniition' ) list ut the regular utherMiss. . and Ins 1 beloved wife, and \\ <' iinxiounly ,| Committee on finance, J. B Schuler Royal Cook Book-800 Rtctipli Free. Send Name and AJJrtu.
: ratesSir yt'llr. r,(O e,'nt. for 'i chairman; I P. KothrSPk and J. II. Hap-
U |
Aiikrsoame lure with her await hit. return with herAt '.
: six month good committee on streets sanitatiorf .
parents ulxiut t a year airo! froml'tniiavlMima -- .
improvements.., C .
Cox chairman 'I
\ ; mill 1 halt rcHidcii on hlunglecreekt
this North Star Theatre last nighta J. II. !
I ; llapgood .1. H
: Schuler
u few fnile-H from the city, whileMr ;
tu' elo man !lorge number of local lovers of man committee on !
The ) thluK wjie-u? 11 education, cemetery and "
prowr.| Butler ha lived here all his life ->---- -
it is colder and more uncomfortable ly sports witnessed! some 'jrund/ ( wresthug. I charitien P. Rothrock, chairman; C. C. .. '1 1c"
says and is erne' of Kmaimmee'g young bust Old Engraved Ring B. Y. P. U. Sotialii .

I in Florida alI given 1..1n1J4'ralun''JIan | n'.... men who has made a name for J. C. Shl'nefi..hJ. of Kwington Cox. J. H. Hapgoexl); committee on Auionu I tlie l neiids, .. of Cr,.,-ii.. 'II I'

it is elsewherewhen the mercury Inmteelf t that is honored and spivted! Ohio who has made quite a reputationfor :I rules and ordinances, J. H Hapgorxl, told I hut thefitlur of lMhaK I ,>ins. tin ( I, i i-t ". ''W t iln!, Kiptist' Ye>unj{ 1

III far lower is to swat the remarkeron hv all in this se-etion A multitude' of/ himself here recently, met P. L. chairman; C. C. Cox. P. IJothrock famous (rick, phll"'I.h''I'| \\IIH a i'il 1 li,i. I 1"1'[':' .- 1 i ii"i /IK 1 id<1 its Hi>ciulit :

the snoot and go 'round and l pleael) Kiser; of Harberton, Ohio and had Special committees were appointed/ to brntc'ilnrim 1 ) <'r of K,.".'$. II lid.' .umml,I I Hi I In... II! fu I.rnii'f Mr .mil Fiti's. y

guilty and pay your fine? like a man good wishes go out to the happy young/ little difficulty in getting a deciaiun.After look after the Hecurmg of funds! for Ing to C Iii ssii; I lii st(Icy. I both lldi-ii I "'f *s, A :NIWI; '. 'I I ,lie o,'i a.tll, i|, w .is e>'neof "... -=-----
couple' from. our 1"1'1 and we all hope
Times ] I thin victory Mr Shenefield'. wenton improvements and of the Troy and 1'Mnww_ of ( I ri-i-ce worn! i 11 i lh, nio-t "II"yal.l.) of I thi seastui.i,11 .
& Tampa expenses
their liven he filled
may with many the mat with F. W. Parr of Me town government; grit vet i'lun- I"iiim\(. I nic cm MIUMflint I '-. .\ Kmelf ..,UII tin'til l I.>< lug |"rl"'I'aro.d. _
blessings and pleasures and no neirrowH were piirtl .prtcloim nnn 1111 nit
Never go where you are not wanted. I I I Hi it all pri-eit mi 'ht enjoy
at n very remote age The" IirlllHli I inn .
If a wants to go to his room (it-iiu.'i I Ivi '(4. tl" Illli'rm<.MlA '
man you scion piouOS..MHI..n ,.f S
cio and if the OFFICERS[ [LECTED I CHURCH 101.'mini, li:ul Inn.
; ( he will invite you to so, BassWoodall.On DIRECTORY n small mninre' of 'ellV jasper. Jour" s| l'rllgrH.111 ar's 4,

j;. merchant wants you to visit his place Inp the figure of a liorm.* and I the haul rallg.j( i iliuiuIslIuIg| J: (if iTIiflarious

? W4a'- J4>fljifae will invite you through: I Monday afternoon Mr. John II. I and tllloH of Atncnopbls. 11. liellovxl (gutin.'i: 111 I whieh :all I |in si i I it I took !part.

, the columns of your local paper It is Woodall and Miss Tiny Bass were At the Annual Convention of Ladies I to date back to nboxit the enr I IVi 1 and VMM. i'nJU'd M'rnine. .I, ."",,'

wrong tt intrude upon privacy. Don't joined! m marriage: by Judge W. S.lIarwell. Grand Army Cirde. BAPTIST B. O The \frv finest RpecJnu <>f en 'I The 1 refreshment I t* wire- ele li' htful I 1.

do it.--Ex. only a few friends witnessingthe : At the second annual (convention of Bunyan Stephens, pastor. graced "gem now In exl'tenre' I.. n liondof e'"n..i*-t I Pig ..f many- kinelHeif i wandwiches: .

t ceremony. Sunday Nero carved on n first! water
The making ;of Improvements and I Both Mr. Woodall and Miss )bass the Ladies Grand Army Circle, which Bible School 9.45 a. m bv the brothers Pa. ..tnn/l III I tlio i I things

was held in Kmsimmee, the following 171O( n.Why .
the budding of new houses is not confined have been raised in KiHsimmee and Preaching 11 a. m. and T.15 p. m. yenr A 'I'hefun and frtw. war e arrie el on
officers elected! !
wire and installed by
'to any one section of Kissimmee, there are few young people who are N.I I B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. Kltt,. U Pucs i 1 until I I H lute1 t hour wlu-ii i all tie.purtcil. ,' fur
r the department president, Susan
but. on every hand can be heard the: held in higher esteem. Miss Base m a James of Jacksonville Communion Sunday. A great many years ago I the pcopleOf ( thiir. "..nlt'''. He...'inttii. ; that M I'. Dan

1 buzz of the saw and the sound of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bass Ellen, : Monday- (after 3rd Sunday). Kijypt:: who hud I'IN ny Idoln. wur Me ('.iliM'r] 'i- eliaiiineii) of. sele h ail

: hammer and those who predict that and is yet in her early teens while Mr. Kiftsimmi-e'D. I'lummen, department president Woman' Mms. Union-Uevo. 3p. m. sblped. the cst n-inotiti others, Th.<.\ altle- Roeia1. t...liIlliii I.-. \'.-i; I tll t I"ieein: .'5''

: building would let up somewhat as I Woodall la the only'mm of Mr. and Mrs ; Mary Brown seniorvicepremdent WeJneBd y-after( 1st Sunday). thought ..tie was like the moon Liu, e/ratulitii'! .II) )j's' -jil' ."niliil VM.rk Oilamlii :I :
; St. Augustine, : .
do little C. J. Woodall of North Main'el.and Mary Worn Miss Ume cause she vns more 'll\e .at" nielli .,, _
; spring approached, can now a >n- Social, 3 t05pm n< jot.! i I ;irMr ,

work on overhauling their think but. ill employed in the grocery houseof Skinner]! LiliUi junior 11.vice-president Plummer. , Gainesville Thursday . and linen use her eyes chau/ ",iMl Iil.i' I II hi.) [ : :Mi":" ,,i'I 1,1> i < |1'/1'i i ,nl," live, '. in this
; secretary
teries. Waters & Carson. These joungpeo- Kisbimmee. Prayer mecting7OO: p, m. moon So thc\' ,inido 1111 Idol \\iili; "i icatM "'11\ "I '!'I t ,"*"ft"t I" ,. I" "I Mlllli'il)
I Bertha Mitchell freuwurer
pie enter married life: under moat favorable _- ; Visitors always welcome.PKESUVTERIAN.. head mid, iinuiod It I'uslit, 'J Inenirie I'm"I.f| : t Hi \-ill.\-. li"-; ,'tli, ,,in the- ,
t Those from the North who spend the conditions healthy; liappy, Kicsimmp; Olive Morris, chaplain, ,
name t they gave; to tl1'm1'l1'l\-r'or 1 1l'UJ1nrI1 of T'rT''mm' I' .' -
Gainesville Susan II. James
winter months in Florida return to I their minds frefe frt.m111 care and the ; (counselor the nord! uiennw 'fix, fiicc, of llitluoon > uCII."I

., their homes at least two months too tovi and respect of all who know them. Jacksonville. Department council I of .-S :TlKr vAS.ori1 hiH I.IH-M ,'h'"IJtJ: .., .
1'10.' M" i w.ill.K. litiiirnilti -
,soon, as during April,..May and June.isby I Mav8orrow/ nor care ever find their administration -- Emily lit-n tly, St., Au ; to "Pus nod J'm': nnd him. < omi, at . .
'el f lon..r I I. ., AUe
t -t 1.:1.1. f ton
I .ta'r the :most delightful.season of the way into the home of this! young couple.PERUMGYIPZENE guatine; Jenetli Miller, St. Petersburg. ; .. S. S. Snyder, "pastor,'i. list to be "PUHt." the name the most' I & :
''' Lucy Whitman Kissmnmee. Depart. of us'dve to the cat. -'. ,
in this .tat 11.18 I .ainuch mistaken Sunday School 9.45 ? --- ,
;year .. > a m.-A. t/'L./ .. _t______ 'f;
idea of .persons in the colder ment offlc rs a..pointed..Winona. Fowler Nelson, superintendent .:' Th. Factory8ysten.rrt, . Large eicjik blotters. fit this e>llic ?,' " 1 ''r'1',
.. . climes to' gets l very warm Aere _C0f i l inspecior, Jacksonville;; Bessie Bullock : Church Service il-.'a.' rn.-and 7': p. m. The fnclor.v.!' Bynlcm begun with the: I ,. 4--. t1 :,: '

the and librarian' Gainesville; "Annie Mc- Christian Introduction of miirbiuery. ', '-' -. ;:
during summer, those who ave Will Endeavor 6.30 p. m. h. : It is tliorouphly : -

experienced a summer In this It on ; Ba at the Opera House Monday Nally patriotic instructor St. Augustine ! Prayer and Bible study.Thurs. 7pm. I / modern. there being. nothing III . "

of the tate. declare the cli mo o .y jnd Tuesday Nights. ; Willa Ella ,St..phenB, corresponding Visitors moat cordially invited to all all like It In antiquity) 01 even' In Ib,' V,-,II-' .' -', "
heat secretary, Jacksonville.Headquarters . ..ervicea. middle It with ; 'st. ;
acceptable during the IClriod ages bfjrnn the Inven ,
.,. Next Monday night, March 13, will\ at Kissimmee. 1 ( 'un J
than during the winter months. lion of tile loom by Aikwrlght about
witness the funniest of all comedy ,
1775 and was at first wholly confined
dramas ever written and will be
The Orlando Florida Farms.Compan; prevented Friends Darlin'. METHODIST. to the cotton manufacture. An mechanical ,
byFlorida's favorites, The Per-
j have contracted with the Sentinel for a Wm. H. Funk Ph. D. : Invention and! discovery ad.vanl'l"d '
uchi Gypi-ne Co. The title of the playis This is to apprise ye and let yea know
t tall advertisement and thousand and other Industries were born ;
:page a Sunday School 9:451: j a. m. Prof. R. I
"Hello Bill. It is brand new, haying of a jollification in honor of Paddy'sDay ; the factory system broadened out
extra copies of the. paper each week M.Evans along '
had a long run""'In New Yprk city to be held at our address at 6 p. superintendent. with tbem until finally It was the ''
for the the
next six months. of
with crowded houses at every perform' m., March sivinteeth. Faith 'tis wil-! Preaching services 11 a. m., and '7:15 domlua .!liiK feature of tbft community.
Doubting Thomas kind can call at this
; ance. It is one long laugh from start dm ye'd be av yez could make it con- p. m. Exchange.

. office for verification of this statement, to finish,.and in the language of Mr. vanient to attind. The toime 'II pass Boys League 2p. m. ,
hejcompany's hi* office Junior An Exo of Norvo. H"f
I League 2
Pernchi (the funniest comedian in the (ilismtly., I thrust with tydrmkin'and p. "I like to
i In the McNeill &; Davis building. Ad- Senior see a young man energetic i
League 6:30 I
make South) "If you don't laugh, you had other divarslons.. p.m. and able to push himself" said the old
Tertisen should a note of this. Gen.
South : better see a doctor, as your liver is out Yours for the ould sod prayer service Tb ra. 7:15: p. m. banker sadly. "But when lie borrowed

? .. Florida SentineL of fix." New songs will be introduced The Osceola High School Improvement Holy communion ever let Sunday. tbe money from me to buy an aulomo-I .

A most,.nslble act, and we venture during the play. And on Tuesday night Society. You are cordially invltedto each of tile In which to elope- with my dau h. ,
1 the assertion that the company's returns these services. ter It I .
was carr.loctblnp little
.March 14, The Peruchi-Gypzene Company ---- ---- - a too -
will be one thousand cent "' -
per on will produce for the first time in The Dinner Hour. far. -- _- S
the cost of the page ad and one thousand I --
Kissimmee a beautiful $5,000 costume The boor for dinner: bas undergone Notice to Contractors. "

: copies of the paper.f7 nlav. with all the scenery electrical several ",all
/ --- effects; and costumes leased from Mr. 10 a. m Henry VIII. dined at 'this S. J.:Vance, pa tOr. The Southern Colonization Company -

Bailey's Blfinder: Ch. : Major the author of the piece, time end supped at 4. In tbe sixteenth Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. do hereby solicit proposals and will receive -

Tli. following editorial and the New York syndicate. The title century dinner was' at 11. breakfast Bible School 9.45 a. m. -A. W. Winn, same up to the hour of 2 p. m. $ .'
appeared superintendent A. L.
Tampa Time. and of this beautiful play; is "Dorothy Vernon at 7 ind sapper at C or C. In the ; Davidson, assistant Tuesday, the 14th day of March, 1911, I II
so aptly superintendent.
sentiments .of Haddon Hall, dramatized from following century meals were an hour for clearing railroad right-of-way, in
the this
'. expresses paper later. Disraeli tells tbat \In tbe Christian Endeavor every Sunday Qsceola county, Florida.
that we reproduce 1* without: the book by the same name. and christ. us I ..
comment: reign of Francis I. of France folks evening at 6.00 p. m. Proposals shall! be based BeWITT
"The ened "The Sweetest Story Ever Told. upon stations R.
Bailey Is much BROWN Si.
; episode to,be re- Mabel will rose' at 6. dined at 0. supped at B and Prayer meeting and choir practice every of 100 feet in length\ and 100 feet
Miss Gypzen In the .
; retted. The senator is appear Thursday at 7.00 Instructor I
I a strong and. went to bed at 0. wblcb. according to p. m. in width. on Violin
,' able man, but he IS not the whole title role of "Dorothy.!; and. Mr. Peru- a popular saying: made them live to be Won first prize Groves '
A City Pa.
strip /60) feet )
w eb..... lie had no right to make an I chl guarantees the public that these ninety-nine LouIs. XII. It Is said( in width, parallel). College of miiHicI .
j with \25
< and feet in "
sidV .
- 5aT..ment with the republicans to bind two comedies are absolutely the best hastened his death by altering If1
., ... 'alibis associates unless he had been two plays ever produced' by his com hours to please his young wife. In Kev. David D. Kidd, rector. center! line The of railway to he ('Iear..dand\, writ or call at residence particulars of- Judge C

euipQwere&by.< pany. Popular prices will prtvaiJ-35e. stead of dining at 8 a. m. and going Services gruSnd remaining 50 feet in Dudley.
.. .ledIQIL.anUlii. every second and fourth Sun \ GlennFUN .
y menU His ebullition of wrath at the roc; '75c. to td af-fl ,.:- m.. be took to'dlolnx-at- -as. trr-.rv a. n. width to be cut off aiaelearedInc-:! |. -- .
noon and often sat up till midnight. cordance with pecHi< rtTons on file wUh
: attitude of his fellow Brlio
democrats in tbe Communion 2nd Sunday at morning .
If it
Armstrong, C. E. .
f. senate Berllox. tbe famous French
,: regarding the constitution oft composer --- -- - -- services. "l
Arizona was childish and was made n>lnernMeiy bin \vlfi An Oversight.A Work will be let in part rt.1a! !
) wholly unjus Guild meeting every first Tuesday. FUNIIFUNil!! !!!
r tified. If he intends to lie married Miss Smlthmn an netress.msny Rlutlon' once made a bejt' that he whole. .

r r. permanently ,': yours younger than blinneir She could eat ten apple dumpling: at one ropofiala for a lesser amount than LET NO INNOCENT
; .
from MAN
party association with: of Burn. Phrasal ESCAPE
bad prolonged fits of and III If the* other 500 stations
:t >< JenloiiKV sitting party would pay will not he considered
M t lith democrats as Here are a few .RjieM-lmenn of Burns'happy on
: approve initia- ,
:' temper rulnf'd' Mir by: her t thfulrlcalventured I for 'the o..f mr..n.1J11t wine. After the accepted I At th,. f/rca1 MO
: ;
a t.: ilre "The rK COURT
referendum and recall. he phrases: bent Inld sctemssof
as and felt from I
filially f\ cur nlnili he d'larl'dhlm"'lf Work to putt TRIAL ,
; ,] ).tbrtened he need dumpling hqwever. i mice and men aft progress such rate JIH ui de. i i t 11"- ''J | Of
3 ",, not give himself riage und broke her leg. thOM ending I gang! agley.: ;Ces .
1"11"11. be will insure
trouble. lie will her Badly regarded -fThe: tear of hell's the uancmnn's completion on or before SI'II-|> l The
aaz t>e retired from artUili career HorUoIxire with American Woran's )
temfltfrSO .
tenth ) ;
dumpll Jt. which still reposed on 1811Payment .. League
4 the partyVithout any special action of her In patience nntjl, slip llnnllj .left wblp. to hand Hy! wretch In order;" .
his whenxthe time him He tun his plate Shaking bin flnger. at It. be will bt! made, I m) the OIK,
pwn arrives.. The was a man of stern "But pleasures are like poppies. spread semimonthlyat I ", ,ce on
p democracy alrestly informally holds to aspect and dlenlfled" In of said: "Ah: If ,l' h known you'd be the rate of 80 percent of
very spite completed
| -you seine the flower. Its bloom Is .
,embodied those tenets In, and the they nekt will national) be formally his Immense munlr-nl, '. nullities an a left over I'" have eaten yon firstTh -" shed," "Ob. wad some power the gUile work. Tuesday Evening Mar 1 1On. 14:

1 plat composer. he could Golf Specifications
play no 'Instrument Sickly Players.A be
; r form and Mr. Bailey tarn go over to gtf us, to see ourselves as It hers see may seen at theoffice ..
except: the !tar. and that Very badly. golf player who had been badly of Southern of our most ,
( the republican party-motprobably I I us." "Man's Inhumanity to man makes Colonization Conipanv. ;- I be r..p..I,1: <'ilirena will
} CLL arriving, just in time to seeitin full I I, What Could H. Call H.rl beaten by his opponent explained to countless thousands mourn:" "Nurainjr at Qruystone Hott'l.'AddreBa.all Regular charged WltlBrH.'h\ : 01 Promise
him that be bad been Court Hm.' ,,. .1
of those suffering all day Start-
appropriation planks after the She-LJzxle's
alba er Ma peach : her wrath to keep It wfrm"; "Tlie bids to Southem-Coloniz- ling Developm. :
'fashion introduced Roosevelt from neuritis. "It's I IIIK )Ludi.. .
& Then curious
by thing
and the apple of 'I. eye. Why tan'tcall a. mirth and fun grew fast and furious tion Co., marked crous Si a
; "Proposals tun i
fpr ClearIng 'ie>ns )Ix 'alAN
w he will have no pany. but be Is big"nough replied bU opponent but I've never )
ou me things
like thoU liethat's "What's done
we partly
r may compute Railroad Hils.i
to get along without one. Except beaten a, man In health Right-of-Way.
Y all perfect In my ,
very well but Vs In but know not what's resisted

_ duly "P that 90 we tint-, expect' We him would back call speedily his con-, the vegetable bu lne.. I'm Lu tile life." _ _ _ _ "Princes and lords are but the breath: 11 It -C.- -H. Arm tronj(, C. E. EVENING OF REFINED FUN

ct ot '.unwarranted whelk rrs le, remember. London Large desk blotters of kings "The rank: Is but tbe guinea PRICES '
duct a piece! effronv/ tor sale at this ; Old : 2!,. 35 :1",1, SI 0 I' .nt(
c 't: ry." J I Punch. office for 10( cent4.S stamp; a man's a man for a' that" 20 cents newspapers> for sale at this officeat Ticket on sale Rob'rs>", '.. "rug Store -
per Open
-i 'a. '. Court called at 800.:

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The Klsslmtnee' Valley Gazette Mrs..J. 'M, Willspn spent Vedne'adaytn Mr. P. M. Shannibarger, of the'fa Layman' meeting will be held at the I W. are pleaded to learn that the A large number of homesecken from

/r- ; Orlando visiting' friends.,, returninghere moue Bear Head Farm, was in Presbyterian church on Sunday afternoon children of Mr,. and Mrs., J. L. Over. the North and West ,.arrived in Kissim-

' + JKLEPMOMB! NO." II.pyBLlSHEDvEVERY < on the evening train Tuesday attending to business matters at 8 o'clock, and will bled by street, who have been suffering: withan mee on yesterday's train'anjacjr? 'them
-- and visiting his uncle, Rev. W; II.. Judge G. F. Parker. A cordial invitation
The Kleeimmee Telephone attack of have i
JCa has measles,
fully <
. '\ recovered being fifty-two people, who will gn|
; '' \ FRIDAY men aT wor ,t.his .week placing all, ,the. Funk. isi, extended' the general'public to and no after ill effects are anticipated down on the Klssimmee Priirie 'ln- i'

A -BIT- i- wire. on L'roadway In 'cables. Mr; and Mrs'C. E. Wheeler, of Davenport attend.. j. -e-- to folluw! their illness. vestigate the proposition of the Hunters.
W. B. *-F. '
\ -=" Mr. _W, W. Saunders of the- Valley spent last Saturday in the city. The at.reet.foree are at. present engaged I Mr. W r V. McLean, who so capably Land Company, ,

.j. r.ewi. wNe.rwisaWeather' Gazette fort ;went up to'Orlando on. Mr. Wheeler has recently been .ap. in repairing the places on Broadway filled the position of pressman in the Mr. arid M8'J, Bixby; of>Vlnton., Iowa
pointed justicq -the peace for Davenport and, Church'street, and marling thecl'OtJ.ings.whlch
. J Saturday"and"returned: Sunday night is Valley Gazette during last summer and who have spent the.winter In this city, "
*v .-},, a great' convenience fall l, has again the are spending these -
accepted position, ( delightful days taking
of KiBsimmee
,, Mr. N. C. Bran, to those living in the north' portion of
the'-out of town businessmen ( Miss Corrie Miller is home from the the and arrived yesterday morning from hi.Che sights of,this section. Mrs.Bixby .

",11 ..-' was In among town Tuesday.-Arcadia Champ Florida Baptist co11ele"at Lake City: city Jacksonville to assume his duties. was in feeble health' when she
Followin fare the daily tem. in which she Is la student, for a few Mrs. Emma Makinson here .
ion. Porter who eO The came but U now as vigorous "'* '
j perittures) and precipitation. days visit with her parents, Mr and concreUjbungalow being erected .
delighted our people with, reel. woman forty year of age. t'
-.: ,. reported by the Government We regret to1 learn that Mrs. :F. W. Mrs. J. W. Miller. tal at "the opera house last Friday by Superintendent 'w. J. .Sears just .
station'at KlssUnmwe 'for the Stalker is confined to her bed by illness, night, will give a recital tomorrow we t of' the court house..will soon beready The time has arrived when" everyman
in'nothing Mrs. J. K. Billiard and daughter, for occupancy, and when in Kissimmee owes a portion of.hls
result completed
week ending Mar. 9, 1911. which U la hoped'will night in Orlando before the ,
serious. Miss Irene of Kissitnmee, art visiting Club Roalyn will be one of the handsomest ,. time to the.'rarther advancement of

I 'MAX HIM. BAIN.. these aunt, .Mrs. J.,W. Hensley. They and most modern residences. in the city. this city, and the beat way to pay that i'

Friday . . . 76 48 . Mr M. D. Tindall, a prominent farmer will remain for the aviation meet. Mr.-and Mrs. T. A. Bass and family, debt is to' attend the meeting .of the ,

.. Saturday . 81 42 and fruit grower near Nareooshee, -Lake City Index. left on Tuesday by boat to take up Mr. T. K, Miller, president Of the Board of Trade next Monday .night ands
.i. was In the city :Monday transacting their residence Citrus Southern Railway, which road take in its deliberations. .'
Sunday . . 83 46 .' on .the place Mr. Baas part .
The ladies auxiliary societies of the will '
run between this city and Sanford
business. has ,
. 84 48 . homesteaded in the Ishtopoga coun- *
Methodist church"will the the Special Field
entertain route of which is Representative Bailey
and Mrs. W. H. Farmer: have try, some seventy miles south of Kis now being surveyed : '"n
. Tuesday.. . .. 85 50 Mr members of thevarious'societie. of the was in the city Tuesday gild\ of the Smith onialInstitutlon'at Wash 'ii i

Wednesday. . 83 59 . moved to one of their cottages near other local ./churches at the Chapter simmee., paid the Valley. Gazette a most pleas- ington.D. C., is spending the week In

; Thursday . 58 54 the Hlgb School. building, and gone to House on..March 22nd. Mrs. D. M, 'Kirkside of Dayton O., ant call. Kissimmee after a trip of .t.brqe week 4 j

i /' housekeeping.Miss and Mrs. Glenn'of Webb City. Mo., over the water route fromf ,this city to
7-T Mr George A. Sharp, who for some Mr..1) x
Grace Jolly is the guest of Mr. years was manager ot the Hudson Bay I j i,mother and aunt respectively Mrs. for > C. Wallace left Tuesday night Lake Okeechobee studying ,the bird +

and Mrs. J. W. Miller this week at stores in the great Northwest, has accepted -, W. L. Winn, ari ived in the city yesterday Jacksonville, where he will engagein life of this semi-tropical co/entry.
-home in the north section I I visit printing business, while his
their hospitable on a to their relaCtye. and :
'fl the management of the ME. and Dr. Smith have
of the city.o' 1 I will remain for some time. daughter Miss Ella Mae, left on the taken roomsat
: .offices of the Hunter Land Co. evening train the same day for Tampa, the corner of Rose avenue and Verona

+ Mr.. A. B. Field of'Winter Haven Mr. Wm. Cooper, who has so ably Mr. Edgar Vance, of Joplin, Mo,, where she will visit friends. for a few street. Trie doctor would be
i -- spent'Saturday and Sunday in the city the of 'the'|I who has been visiting his parents Rev. weeks. pleased to receive Ijer friends during '
filled position pressman in
4 WWKMWWWVKWW WWIMrs. greeting his old friends, he having rand Mrs. S..J. .Vance!', returned to' his the morning hours the afternoons
Gazette office for the four
I Valley past
'home on Wednesday. 'We Mr. J. F. Harris/who for time i
lived here two years. and I understand Rome being occupied in assisting her husbandat
D. C. Lee has gone'to Miami to months, resigned .position i he will be back in September however has been operating a sawmill at Pine- the store of the Home
of Whittier leave for in few 'I bakery.
will days.
Mr.: Randolph Young Tampa a
spend a few weeks. "to remain during the.winter. (castle has moved hill plant to a point
.. was in the city Wednesday and reports about four miles The of Cavalleria Rustlcana
: I The attention of the candidates is | north of KllIsimmee.I opera
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Branson, in and around School Commissioner Willis Chandlerof
times must prosperous respectfully called to the fact that it I and in a few days will be ready to ac- was most admirably sung at the-opera
Tuesday, March :7th a son Bassinger in the this weekin
; I that section of the county. I very selTJom happens that (those who attendance was city commoiiate the public with any .clmrac- hot\\. jt!in this city last Saturday night /
I" upon the of the
1 Call at Wilder' studio and nee his i iI Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. Cunningham, have their canvassing cards printed at School Board. He meeting I, ter of lumber... by a troupe of high class musicians, i
reports a great
I dis|> fine photographs. 11-lt at Apopka on February 28th', a "on.Mr O.i80ml'e fail to land the job they se/ok of 1 I' and especially was* .the orchestra, which
I wave prosperity sweeping over his Mr. Casper Howarth of West Chester was composed of ladies
i Mrs W. J. Sears. and Miss Sue Wat- I ... Cunningham was formerly Miss Mr. and Mrs. Chas, K. Barnhart, of town, brought obout by a railroad soon I'a., arrived In the city TusJaj> every performer being a musical, artist good, ,.

Hon, spent Wednesday in Orlando. I Eflie Overstreet of this city. Mc'Kees Rocks, Pa., who intended Having ,\ to boUuult from there to Whittier'andon and will remain until late spring. For I I ,

A, I Mr. J. N. Garner;. city clerk' of St. last Saturday for the east coast to the east coast. ; some years Mr. llowarth hall spent his Mr. P. J, Kelley of Grady Ark., rr
The Board of Trade wi 1me..t\ in reached Kissimmee
f Cloud, accompanied by his two bright were unavoidably detained here but 1 winters in Florida, and never fails to I last Friday on a ;
regular session on Monday night. Mr. F. C. Brown of Webster, W prospecting tour, and after
1 j little daughters, spent yesterday transacting they expect now to leave tomorrow for make Kmsimmee his headquarters for: lookingover
4 Va., arrived in the
I this section '
Saturday\ for few
Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker spent | business in Kissimmee. Miami. a month or two. : a days expressed
- ..:-..-. Sunday in Georgia visiting relatives. i a prospecting trip, and oJT" ..ednes-. himself to.* representative of 1"0
I The regular monthly meeting; of the; The Hon. E. B Reynolds of Indiana, day stated that he had no desire to I The school at Winter Park, which I the Valley Gazette as highly pleased

Mrs. Dudley Glenn left last Thursday i j Village Improvement Society will be who spent seven years in the Indian look further as conditions here were has been so ably conducted the past with this locality, and that he 'would

night for a brief visit to her. home at 11 held at the Chapter House on Tuesday service was several times a memberof about as near perfect as he ever hopedto I session by Miss Lillie Dale, closed two pttEchaae property and settle this Im

Latonia, Ky. March 14th at half past three. the Indiana legislature and is a local find on this earth, and would at weeks ago, and the teacher and scholars mediate vicinity.

Mr. W. H. Farmer ha moved his I preacher in the M. E. church, will once begin seeking a place to purchase I celebrated the occasion with a
t.t I Dr. C. E. Wagon of Carlisle, i'a., grand picnic in which the whole' Mrs. F. Fraser Hunter left Friday
of the in the Can preach at the Methodist church in Kis- and settle down for the remainder of countryside i
office to rooms
one been the state in night last for New York
who has touring took City to visit
I simmee next Sunday evening:\ 7:15.: his time. part
non building. searctupf health and recreation spent All are cordially invited to be present. with her mother until she is joined by
....,' Prof. De Wilton Alderman principal I a few days in the city this week. The brags! band gladdened the heartsof Early Tuesday morning a fire in Capt. Hunter, a member of the Hunter

of the Basinger school, was in the city I the halter and umbrella found Next Monday the Lillie. under com those 'living in North Kissimmee North Kissimmee destroyed the negro Land Co., of this city, when together
last Saturday.The Bring road railroad crossing, mand of Capt. Clay Johnson Sr., will Tuesday night with a serenade to Mr. Methodist parsonage, whifh"wafl directly they will sail for Calcut.tR,.lndla, the
'on the clay near leave for Fort Meyers with a party of and Mrs. Jv H. Woodall who were in the rear of the church of that Captain having served ih the Engliah'army
Telephone Company js stringing 1 about three weeks since, to L. II. Ca- pleasure seekers from the North. The .married Monday afternoon, nfid .again denomination. The tire. companieswere for the past fourteen anda
about two thousand feet of cable on boon, Bass street, and get reward 11-lt ; years
I I water trip from Kissimmee to'the Gulf demonstrated that it is one -of the I out' In' force but as the fire was few months ago received his commission

Mabbette street. | The Rev. David D. Kidd will hold I is growing in popularity each season, leading brass bands in the state by I beyond the water limit, they were un as assistant surveyor general of

Mra. J. C. Arenburg left Wednesday I services in the Episcopal' church on and it is more than probable a boat rendering some of the most difficult able to do much, but succeeded win preventing India, with headquarters at Calcutta.

. i. for a visit with her sister' Mrs. Samuel I i Sunday next. Mornin r prayer,. ser will be put regularly on that run next' airs with an ease and perfectness of I ; the flames spreading to other l, i 1

Cunningham, at Apopka. mon and Holy Communion at It-o'clock. winter. master musicians. buildings. ,- (Additional Local. on. Page 10.) r,
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Potatoes' a' Corn Via termelons. Cucumbers ( in bloom) Guavas ((1n fruit ) _

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and made from .
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t3ubscribed before me'thic the Xs, day of'
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Pick' The's' P-hums' CAMPHOR TREE 'What Theo KidneysBo "" 1

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The Better We, Like It. Require' Very Little 'Attention 'and Their* Unceasing. ; Work Keeps. Us : "

: I Itr Strong. and HealthyAll :
lould be Most Profitably Grown
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This Handsome Florlda"\l'uaffalow: Hero l" pfUFle\ Trees* Orove Might of on Fine the in Florida through the kidneys once evtry passes three

'WUt. Pay You Soven Per Cent Healthy Hailroad-Big County'Clay Road and In Harper's,for February Professor> minutes.. 'Th, kidneys filter the blood. SLLUNO'a

t: -On your investment. Just :aYoynJ\ the 'Next: .Door<,Cloud.Orange Robert Kennedy Duncan tells how the They work'.night and day. When
corner from the busy business tgn-\: grove of fhagniflcfnt's-! hoe healthy they remove about 600 grains '
r\1' ter of Kiasimmee' the lot alone being big crop j jU8t old. 12 acres! located on great camphor industry been recently of impure matter daily'when unheal
,1 worth a neat num. This handsome crest of ridge giving fine view of prairie revolutionized by a"simple dis .
a.' Florida atone bungalow is cleverly and Lake Tohqpekaliga. On clay sur covery. Heretofore the camphor had thy nome part of this impure matter is
planned-atone pillars steps etc. El ffant interior, finish of hard pine, 1'01- St. Cloud. Beayt.iful8ite "'Iorilla'wjn- diseases and BymptAms' -pain '10 the
and Its branches
tree thereby destroying ,
shed floors, art fireplacessanitary ter<< residence- country gentle lJan. back, headache, nervousness, hot,,dry ,
plumbing roofed with a.I" shingles' Price $H.OIK). the tree. Dr. Duncan, after visiting ,
skin, rheumatism, gout, gravel I, disor- '
which are absolutely fin-proof. and indestructible J Jamaica found new method by ,
.. << and will hut u lift time. Here \ru IO and 20 Acre Harm which' the tree i is preserved" an annual ders /the eyf sight and hearing, dizziness '
A beautiful! Florida home or will rent Some Within a Stdnu'N: Throw of irregular heart, debility, drowsU '.
.',;" -at more than Neven" p..r cent, on'the low the l.lvent City= In I'Ioridalad/ at crop guaranteed. neB ,deposits i in" the urine etc. But if . .
\ Onc-Kourth the PrlceOttaertt k "In order to-solve these I '
,..;1 price f' $.1,000 questions ISMY
the filters c
you keep right you will haveno = =
Kissimmee Suburban Farms sornV brought back with me! td the University s
Her in Another Hran New! FtorldaBungalow. <<:>> three- milpf\( f trouble with your kidneys.
r. within one and <)Uarter! \ of Kansas nearly a ton of material
town :! neighbomaehoola Mrs. J. Beaman. Lake street i
f frO( > people as which we worked up to the last + +
churches, markets electric .jis8imrnl'-Fia.; says:: "I have takenDoan' j
) Located<< right mi I lie corner of a finebueineea leave Comforts ounce.- We extracted the best of the ,
light, telephone: etc. Why Kidney Pills and have found :
.' lot .nd within one block of the and pleasures! !' of civilization.and camphor and the oil of camphor from ,
tN jn/eM center of KiHsimmeu. There go out into the woods when we will the wood of the trunk from the them very' beneficial. I obtained this BUSINESSAND E
i I. a busjnritH. demand for this. lot right sell yuu-une of those suburban farms remedy when Buffering from kidneyand
branches the'twigs, the leaves,
now. Ilandnome business building to at Jower.. price. Best bargain in undeveloped green bladder trouble and lit( brought me ;
1 t' bm erected<< right next to it .at "onceeis lands on the market-we the dry leaves and the dead leaves, so much relief that I feel justified in ;; I
I: Business cannot go, the other way 811 challenge its equal in Florida at twi..ethe an we obtained results which afforded recommending it. I know that Doan's .
'L Main street ends that way. Here is a price. 10 and 20 acre tracts at $25an profound astonishment great Kidney Fills can always be relied upon.

-.. sure profit ono within who wants lone year. fine from modern dateto acre on terms payable to a bank. joy. We thought we had made a great For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cU. -

home any during the meantime. Kent Have a Town House III the Country discovery, and as a matter of fact we Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y?sole" :
for the United States.
quick at $25 a month-big demand for and a Perennial darden for Profit had though, unfortunately for us, agents Remember the namoDoan..ndtake _ .
houses in f : and Pass the Days in
these results- had just been anticipated other
just like the bungalow described above Most Oetitle Climate= in the no ....
but is directly on Main street. SNAP World. by the work of Messrs. Campbell and NobUlt Musioal; ln.trum.nt.
,$JBOO Eaton in arid the director .
'rt at Malaya, by The
Is far and "no-
I'EGHORNfamed St. Cloud suburban organ way'the
"i 'j. and garden farms. On clay boulevard where of the Biological Station at Amani, bleat" of all musical Instruments. The
A "\andv Little Farm Fenced you can have semi-town and country East Africa. Since, however, our results harp, the violin the piano Are One In
,1! la Cultivation at the Price of Un home. Just the thing for retired business IHAVE[
\ absolutely conQrm the work of their way-In some respects finer than
developed Land to Say !Nothing of people, middle aged homeaeekers the :
these gentlemen and since they are so organ-but as an all round Instrument
and those who do not to lose .
; the House to be Thrown in, care any for the expression of the nobler -
4 ..f the advantages of well-settled suburban important to the whole great camphor- ,
12 acres in suburbs of Kissimmee communities. Some land under growing industry I give them here. feeling of the soul the organ is easily
building lots sub-division on one side, high state of cultivation dark choco As a matter of fact and speaking in first It may b* called,.the royal Instrument. .
houses on other. This finelittle farm late soil -best in Florida ask any' ex. It:, and it alone seems to i
y our results analyzed out as
has 5 acres under cultIvation-five-room pert. All the pleasures of agricultureand averages be able to voice the kingly aspirations
house (not plastered but almost new). horticulture as hobbies and a hand follows: of man. It lifts us up as no instrument "BARjAINS't
f'I all\ under fence and worth $225 an acre. some expense income it you wish on Wood, 0.61 per cent of crude camphor does, and under the spell of itsutterenee ( I
Best bargain you will find in many a these acre and one and one-half acre
; Twigs 1.05 per cent of crude cam- we reach the high watermark
day. All for $1.200. tracts at from $100 to $2:0.J .
of the nobler human emotion.
phpr: Green leaves 2.37 per cent of New York Aaierlcan.Rapid .
crude camphor; Dried leaves, 2.52 per
Don't fail to write me Information of any cent of ,
; 1.39 cent of crude camphor. la believed by scientists that the
kind and ask all the questions you would like to per I. .
"Theae results mailer the animal the more rapid
have answered. I will send you a personal, letter extraordinarily Its heartbeats. Thirty pulsations a
hign, owing partly to thfact that the
minute have I been recorded In the elephant ph
1 ,, and give facts---All FREE. material had considerable '
you undergone a
40 In the horse 70 In man and
j r .. .... amount ot drying i in its long transport 900 In tbe rabbit The heart .of a :

1 1 .' from Jamacia to Kansas, and partly, mouse beats 5OO to 780 times a minute., R. D. W ring
\ to>, I believe, to the ideal conditiohs '
, that obtain in .J am cia for the growthof The Kissimmee Library.

essential oils. Hut it i is. the propor- The KisHimmee Library offers to its ,

tional amounts to which I draw atten subscribers a list of over four hundred

tion. The wood of the camphor tree books by the best authors any or all of

contains an iiiHignincant fraction of the! which you have the privilege of readingfor Rooms 7 and 8 State Bank Building :

camphor contained in the green dry only $2, which secures a single ,
j and dead leaven. This is be correlated
to membership or $5 for a family mem.- .

---- with the indisputable fact, as bernhip. Capt. French the librarian, '
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provided by Mr. _Malcolm of Jamaciaand will issue you a membership card for KISSIMMEE; FLORIDA.

.+a...+a4Vi.....................................f..f'ta others the world over, that the the above amount. Library in State I "

i' leaves can be harvested regularly with- Bank building. 8-tf

out any injury to the tree. These two I ::

facts, taken together. place both the : J. L. MOON H. D.
i Ideal Fertilizers huge camphor! monopoly of Japan and -

its synthetic manufacture in Germany MOONGEIGER: "
i and elsewhere in a position that would
.' '. : Best and CheapestCelery. i ii be laughable were it not rather pitiful.Btith ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW. .
0'''".: 8tat. B..k BnlldltiBkjSSIMMEE CENTRAL HOTEL !
"J type of organization proceeded .on J
Lettuce Cauliflower Beans j FLORIDADiG.'Thoriiason EW'-A.
i- l. r. : ..,- the assumption that the centuries-old -.

Tomatoes Cantaloupes Potatoes': '. :: traditional method of extraction was ', t I " ' .... G. ,HAMILTON l Proprietor.: ,' .
the only one In order to continue it;' : ... '
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Send our booklet FLORIDA VEGETABLES.con: i the Japanese felled only trees fitty :, -t ''

V tains directions for raising all the principal products of the .. years old and extracted the drug from ,.

i J3tate, carefully revised and brought up to date by our mostsuccewful :: the wool only, leaving ,the"'leaves put PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Kissimmee's' Newest and

growers. No publication on this subject contains such .. I of consideration. In order to carry Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126

:: practical I advice. All gardeners should have it; from 'the owner :: out this destructive work, they ran .

\ :: of the snVaJl home garden to the largest shipper. In it will be :: deadly electric wires through the for I. Most (Up-To-Date Hotel. .
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+* found the special IDEAL formulas that have been constructed :: ests to keep out the savages they -T. //ft.; RIVERS, //ft. D.

( :: by careful stuoW of actual field results. They are invaluable, being placed armed men with every camp of
: Modern and
: Strictly Fireproof throughout.
" perfectly balanced and from the RIGHT SOURCES. Get camphor-workers, and they paid these ,
i the BEST and mVke MONEY. ---... :: workers ninety
Call on our representative, Waters & Carson (Grocery Corn1N. Formosan and $1.00( ( a day fbr a Japanese. Office over Oaceola., Pharmacy /

: pany, or address \ :: The price of labor in-Jamacia is a t llesidence 53 '",/'
#. shilling a day. Now, as a matter of fOfflcel4HPHYdlCIAN '

.:: Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., It fact in 8 five-year-old tree the mass of Ipierican Plan $2.j} Per ,

:$ -\Jncksonville. FlorIda .:: its leaves weighs 7.05 per cent of the Day

+ tlr.................... ....ff+Ra4fF>klllllk.+kfFF1k1F1ht total bulk of the tree. The proper 1 /
method, therefore without destructionto W.I VJJINN

AN INEXPERIENCED' PLUMBERwill the tree, is to regularly .harvest its
leaves for their excessively largo cam- AM,HORQKON
destroy and
an experienced -
one will save, and this is phor content; costly expeditions \into IItIlllfD.NCII PHONB ax. KiaamuKC.Drnca .
,4 why a first-class' Plumber is the savage interiors and the total 'destruction -' ( PHONB.Vl': . FLORIDA.Qlt. .. ,.: -
N cheapest in the end.
( of mature trees are wholly n- -
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thoroughly, and when we take hold DENTIST. 1'I It
of a job of Plumbing you may have The Contented Man.
confidence that when it is done it will My .- Upstairs in KaLe Building. 4
neighbor's bought motor
be right in every detail. a car, I II a. m. to 12 m.
in which to travel fast and far. I see OFFICE- HOURS, ,-. J 1:30 to 6:30p. m.

THE PIONEER PLUMBING SHOP him burn up mile on mile, and put on Telephone, No. 76 Jun 6, Ivr,.
forty kinds of style. I also see some --0 .' _ C\ I t ',

OFFICE PHONE 214 folks turn when at tW. W. I ," ;
green gazing that CARSON D. D. S. "
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Broadway Klttlmmee PI*
I new machine. But'I'm contented fust -1OENTAL PARLORS uahi
to walk when I must chase around a
block. My soul for splendor never
--- --- begs-I point with pride to my fat legs.

If There are no better legs in town; they .- a TO 12
itjs Something to wear .1 TO 5 rt..a
bear me gaily up and down, through I II

crowded street and quiet lane, and

( We Have It. ne'er revolt, and ne'er complain. I do J.M. WiL-LSON, JR., I ,

xxx'' not have to paint them green, or fill
them up with gasoline or fuss around !l STATE AT. LAROE. \ .
with wrench and maul, to make the
Come in and let show
.us you. blamed things go at all. 1 do not-carry Real Estate Agent. "

-sS*===5==S- traps in kegs to make repairs on KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
G ;) II my fat legs; I do not send them to the BREAD PERFECTION .

shop because they don't blow up or

REMEMBEROur stop; they do not skid or bust a tire, or W. ,s. .HARWELL The new "Quaker City" label in
leave me str'andod in the mire. Theydo
Store, Stands for not run poor victims down, and REAL ESTATE. miniature on bag or full size on ;r.

: mash them up from heel to crown; Notary Public at Large barrel Is YOUR guarantee- '

;VV4 'QUALITY"C. they do not honk.or hiss or hoot, to Office over iloberson's Pharmacy direct from the miller-of FIRST .
I scare<< some horseman's nervous brute.
--- Year after year they bravely walk, my --- -- ---- upon the.

good fat legs that never-balk. I would red and, blue label-at all grocers.
kf not trade my trusty limbs, for any car .
W. DANN that snorta and skims beneath its load VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDAttorawy7 1

of ditee.-Ex.Idle rich, until it dumps them in the act I..a.'w \0 QUAKER, CITY FLOUR MILLS CO.

r 'THE STORE Notary 1'ublioOffa. PHILADELPHIA

barge desk blotters) tor sale at this .
: 4-U CftlMiu Bank

if i I office for 10 ants. KISSIMMCC, FLORI9AI!;) .1

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. A .' t Good Soil Good Water: ; Good Health, Good Title. .

.d.jC.o et.o, Zephyrhills Colony Pasco Co. Fla.

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Z : ph rhiils Colon. y--. I Another Remarkable Thing .. '

1 about this Colony is everybody who,' bought before coming'here is '

I'' well pleased when he sees the land many buy more.after arrival.- S ]

l'I; : is located In the hilly region of.Pascoand! Hillsborougb Counties.The\ .More than Two Hundred families have come here from other )

I. railroad de ot as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line railroad Colonies in this state and!: have bought here and the most of them

i I' is 157 feet above sea level. Many btthe surrounding- rise have built and 'are well pleased. Over l.OOO heads of families ;

: .to over 25O feet above sea level, and there is not a steep( abrupt have bought here representing probably 5.0OO people. There ,is ,. 41

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

loam. In many places clay and rock crop out. No more productive --'--;" against complainlnaColonists.. The Colonists are satisfied and 1'

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

., over 40 bushels per acre; while .the common yield of potatoes-is from - .- Zephyrhills is a regular station on the main line of the Sea- t 41 41r

200 to 300 bushels per acre. Eggplants, Onions Cabbage Tomatoes board Air Line railroad. The station is still known as Abbott. All
Beans Tobacco and in fact all farm products ao: well on this trains stop here and one may go from here into New York City .'

e soil. It is the perfect soil for peaches, .plums and pears; excellent* ._ without change of cars. Only 38 miles by rail from Tampa, where

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

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

------- bearing rock is ,quartz.; hence no impnrities in the water.' It is found .regular trips. Also steamer connection with Mobile and New Orleans -

after passing through yellow or reddish clay and flint rock from 30 to There is,no doubt but what this is the best Colony the '"

80 feet rising in the wells to within 16 to 50 feet of the surface. State in which to locate. s:

Not trace of or other mineral can be detected.
a limesulphur salts flI
You g.. buy 6-aan tract of Iced sad receive with It e town lot for $75 cash or, for $113..0 payable -
It has been analyzed and pronounced "Pure Water. .1 ) $7.BO 0..4. as a month for IS MOB. No timber or turpentine reavrvatloac. to shoo yolk I

t off yor l..a. Titleaxmxli possession Immediate and abaoluto. "
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Notice of Attachment: Mayor's Proclamation.Under Notice of Election.In WILL YOU LET 20 CENTS A DAY STAND ..

I In Circuit Court,Tib.I..dlcl.1 circuit: of Florida. compliance with the ISM in suoh_caj*.. Osceola .Title'Guarantee
of In
and by virtue the power
In mil. for Oscvolt Oouatv.-'Slary Vannier made and provided .In hereby announced ,
me. I. T. II. Murphy,Mayor of KUalmmee City', I BETWEEN YOU AND A HOME: ? !
sad her hu t'nil, ".. Robert B. N'yllao.o Florida do hereby announce proclaim and declare and declared tb.t.u election will be.held at ,
Robert il. Wallace. d"/f'ud..i. and all other at. Cloud Onoeola county, Florida,on BataNday
that an election will be held at the City Company
persona iut"reHt.d/1n the above entitled April let lull, for the 1 purpose of determining
Hall In laid City, during the legal. houra of
cause or any o /fb laudii hereinafter do- voting, ou Saturday,the 2f>U day of Watoh. A. whether or not the lOllo..lagd".lbedterrllory' You can i toy> a '
ecribed' / shall becomes Special Tax School
,p.1911, for the purpose of electing the followingo.ioera
) You will takenotlce that on. the 26th day of district, vex:
to serve a term of one year rls.: 0 OARRETT _
P. Manager.Real
October \\Vfo. pull weS instituted against you One < Beginning at the northeast corner at a pointon ft.1- < $1.000 to $2,000.HOME. .
Robert B. Wallace, la the <:Inmlt Court of the One Clerk. VOne the Meander line of Lake East Tohopekallga : ...
Vth Judlelsl Circuit of, Florida In and for Osce- ,said pel at to be on s direct line with Mir -
Manual and Tan Collector.One _
.' a a County{ attachment by Wary Vannler and Treasurer, I.' uulppl. Avenue. Town of Ft.; Cloud,, thencefollowing estate. '
her hnaband Henry Vannler; and that writ of I:I the Meander line westward to a point Titles examined and reported on only '
also to serve a term of two yeara.Three
/ attachment dated October. 1910.wile.tonedby .- directly line with Columbia Avenue of aatd Taxes paid for' : ;
Member of the city Council.I
the Clerk o4 the Circuit Court under the seelo I town, thence running south to the center of Instruments relating to real estate.
hereby apoolnt R M Bran, F. W. 8lalkerand "s cent
( said Court on said October 8Kb,1910,and. under ;, H. M. piano .. Inapeotora and; A. D. Gilbert I section 10, township; 26, range 30 east thence oaref lly drawnCorrespondence K per
and by virtue of _Id writ of attachment :, running east to the center of.""UODa. townahlp simple Interest
aa clerk of said .lec IOD.I. ,
have levied upon the following! described low, i .. willies whereof. hare hereunto eat my t6;range Si eat, thence running north to 'Solicited.s.ii.BUfOCK. Y
tract or parcel. of land situate lying and h.od.. Mayor of Bald city, and reused the seal the point of starting. .
of Oioeola andBtateofFlorida Very Respectfully,
belDIID,to the-wit County: I: of said city to'be hereunto. affixed this 24th day J. O. Baird, Return the principal the rate) of 97.60 per month on the $1,000 .1
of February,A D. 111.FSealJ
An undlrlded one-hUf Intereat In eolith half I ; T. M. Murphy A. P. KIpllncer.I. tiring you TEN AND A HALF YEARS to pay back the loan. Can .
of Section tweot.n-en (en,, mouth half of Hoc- : Bunteinger.Andaieo loan Further Interest
I Mayor of Klanlmme City. payoff the a* soon a> you like. Stopping
Ion twenty-eight. (2141). southeast quarter of determine who shall serve aa
Attest: .
Section twenty-nine. (2V), northeast quarter and I J. I School Trustees of sal* district for two yearn
( R.GllbertClerk.
south bait of ...,Uoo Uilrty-three (3D). Section ,,, HealJ next after the election and to fix the numberof REAL ESTATE Our plan will. help you to pay off that Mortgage or Buy or Build "

thirty-four (34).dnorthweatquarterof5w) I II mills of district school tax to be levied and -- ....-.. U a Home. WHy Pay Rent? WnU us for literature explaining oar ttl'
lion thirty. ve (3C>), all In Townahlp twentyfl collected annually for the said two yeara. The
In detaiL
+ (IK) aoulh of Bang thirty-one (31},Eaat. I Notice of Application for Tax following were appointed toast a*aald election INSURANCE proposition _
You are therefore,required to appear to the C. C. Cox inspector A. H. Kinney: inSpector -
old action on the Role Day in May, 1911 the Deed Under Section' 5T4.and ;John H. DeOraw, inspector, J. O. Mo- Examination: of Titles a sTarra: .Ra: : :scdnvcBOUNRV : : : : OOb4:P..A.r '

same being the lat day of May, 1911,and that I I 675 General Statutes Mew, clerk. BUILDING TAMPA.. FLORIDA .
In default thereof judgment will be entered Done by order of the Board of Public Instruction .
of the State of Florida
against you .Onceola County this 4th day of "March SpeclaltYaCorre.oondence'Soliclted. .
Wltnriw my hand end Keal this:loth day of January lPl1 P.:. K.Brown ('b... Pro lam .
C. VV. Pre 1'. c. BBTAIT, BaoaaTS2T
I ldeDI.
A. D 1911. I W. J. Hears Superintendent. [Seal 11) .
C. F PREVATT, Soil.. Ii. hereby given\ that W. J. Sean, purchaser .
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Certlnratoi No.r.oo of July A. 189, ,
of Tai
abuts'or 0..01.Con'uy.Beggs ,
No JlIO of ulyl l nl. and No. 10(' of July I. ': Citation of Administration. The Waters & Carson
Palmer.Attorneys ;c-1- Ia2cOAL.4II9TER612111'nee"EY, :
1907. has died said (ertlflpatea In my office, and
for PlaintiffsNOTICE\ humadeapplicsUontorlax deed to Ivsiie Inacrordanee In
wllh law Raid Certificate embrace KstatfOf Stolla O. Wright Ooeoola Oo Dty-
the following' dewrtlwd' land lying and Notice to Creditors: 'QV.U :IDrlller
Oeorola Florida Houth half All persons having dabt or (Grocery CompanyWholesale
being In County : :
;Notion In hereby given thai at the l I..u oC of northwest quarter of Seotlou 26. and southwest The Estate of Stella O. Wright deceased, arehereby I. prepared to'drill
the tenlHlatureo/' tile Slate ol Florida In and quarter of northeaet qu.rt..rof Bectlon 28.Township required to present the amp, duly antbenlleated .

for 1911. at atlaheneee.. application will be L:>. South Range W Ksst. Aluo loOt 4, within the time required by ARTESIAN WELLS I and Retail Dealers In- ,
made for the passage. .of a Uw for r..tlul.nol, of Block" t of 8. F Ry. CO'.. Harvey of Klimlm- and all persona Indebted to aid Estate 1a..1 '
eetabllxhlng a drainage. dlitrlrt In and forthe. mea City; said Unds being assessed at date of quired to make Immediate payment to in any section of Florida. I
}->< valley of the npl>.r M Johim River .mb..DK Inauaooeof said eertlltoatni Iu name of II. N. A. K. DROUGHT. 'QROCERIES.y1WE

portion of Volnsl.(11'11 nil". Brovard, Osceola. Qrvrn. tde. Unknown ...uJIt'll.. "MN"*>r, rr. Administrator Kstate. of. Stella O. Wright v.1 '
and 8t.'Liiicle Counties Florid., and providingfor speotlTrly.Unleiia reesed '6{ Ten yean of successful Well
iMiilnit of bond Upon| the landa of.the rid I If -.--- --- -- Drilling U a Guarantee of my .
r1 asks certificates shall be redeemed according -
for lain purla.ri.IU9t Ability to produce the beet J
f drainage diBtrfct the I
to law tax deed! will Issue thereon" on i
W A, Jteul and Associates' Notice of Publication. results. ,I
the led day of April A. D 1911. SELL WE BUY
[ealj ARTHUR E. DON KG AN. Department of the Interior U. 8. Land Office at -

Admlnlstrat'or's'Nolice.. Clerk Circuit Court.Osceola County Gainesville, Florida,, March II, 1911. TWO AND FOUR INOH ,
By James M. Johnston, Deputy. Notice In hereby given that George W. Fertic HAY ;;. ,
Notice li hereby given ''o .creditor. legalera, of whlttler Florida .who on September 2O WELLS A SPECIALTYP. ., HIDES 1

dlatrlbuteea and all persona> havingclaim.or 1906, made No. 871111.l8erlall GRAIN ;15kt '
demand against the estate of J. <'. Dine d. No. 04J22: ,) for Southeast. quarter section 12, FURS
crated,late of:Osoeole con, oty. will present the Notice; township al south range 34 eaat Tallahassee' O. pox E4Kissimmee. / FERTILIZERS O:

aame within Iwo yean properly authenticated.and Notice' .la hereby given that the undersigned. Meridian hauled notice of Intention to make Florida WOOL .f.P
paraons Indebted to aald e.tale will will apply to the Lrgl'lature Florida, to coal commutation proof to establish elalm to I SHINGLES '

make immediate payment 10JAil. convene in Tallahassee In April of this year, the land above described, before the Clerk of AND
L. DUTTON.A4mla"'Ir.lor. for the paenage of an act prohibiting ashing In the Circuit Court, at Klsrftmniee, Florida?: on PLAINSI ORANGE BOXES
R. S. W
of J. C. Dine. IHee.MHlBLCIoud it.
Estate the waters of Oaoeola county during the monthsof the 20th day or April lull
Fla.,Jan.26, A D 1911 Hit February. March. July and August! of any Claimant names as wllnemes: Noah Smith.ol 'TAlLO" SHOP ORANGE WRAPS ALL- r '"'Ii'"

year with any seine.or DeL or by shooting, gigging Whittler, Florida John Smith of Whittier
Jy Adninistrator's Notice. or with any other device; also prohibiting Florida. W O. McClelland, of Whittler Florida. i I cut and make 'clothes to a man' VEGETABLE. CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE '1{

and allpenonn fishing daring the other month ef the year John Owens. of Whittier Florida measure. I do the best steam cleaning .
dletrlbulera. '
+n All creditor. leg.uea with a aeine leaa than four and a half Inch Henry' S Chubb Ranuner CRATE NAILS
having clalmi or demand against the - ---- in town. I dye any color. I do ,
the ,
mesh stretched except pock Tend wings '
4'Jn-: estate of (atherlne A, 8tarl ".0" deceased. of said whlck shall not exceed ......." Bungalow for Sale. any kind of repairing. 'I clean ActsI -,.' I.,
late of Oaoeola Co., FU.are required U> Dreaent five feet In I.n'I.100' requiring a license of I have two of the best Tailors in the
the..m,to the und.nlgned.duly authenticated , twenty-flve dollars to Bah wlta a eene from A brand new four room South. My place of business is in rear . We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
within the time pieacrlbed by law or semi residents of the _'r..Dd fifty dollars from deep well splendid water, bung.IO..j Store. We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping
said ratate are of J. Ii. Redditt's Jewelry '
all owing
wll be barred; and DOD-real".atol oi the ooanty, and exempting for tale; spot cash 9800. parties.. v.
aettlement. '
Immediate C. A.
to make
required Lakes Tohopekallga and Last Tohopekallga 210
N. B. Canon. PHONE NO. Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.* v

Administrator. Male. Catherine A Stnrt.Tant. from the provisiqr of.aid art C, 8. ACRKB.Klsslmnwe. Old paper: for .ale at .this office I r CALL ME AND I WII COME FOR we are county agents for good fertilizers. Aski us for circular >.f:1 \
.. 10. A.D.. 1911. 7-8 FU., Feb..U. ml. set 80 cents a hundred. YOUR CLOTHES. I. and prices on fertilizers. ..


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: Velvet Bean Seed. '.' ,.,.
} : :. W. G. HANKINS
4\ Take TI eCAK -- '
John M. Scotf In Press Bulletin 160, VETS

Florida Agricultural Experiment. Station Brokerant. Manufacturer's. .G-ReA .;".
I : TRIP. : -t AgentKlselmrtieee. CARRIES A i( It-fa important that all velvet tbeanseed .' FlorIda.I' :
..fiouM l"U tested for germinationthis

year' before planting,, Th#> rasarly' hOW', Cases;:Fixtures, Sates. [ HARDWAREPAI.NTS

THE "AOEUI-/V. frosUttf last October and'November Typewriters.. '.' I
Injured a large amount, of the.seed before 011.8 o' 'WIRE AND "STOVES: :::
Leaves the City Dock Daily at 9:00: a. rhv and .2;;.$0 p. m,. it was ripe.' As'a. ;/reult, there Is Computing Scales and Office, ... J ENCE .
Returns'a'.L'H ::30'&. m.,.and 5100: pNrn. likely to b'. much shriveled'atid l imma .Filing Devices.r: AND aEl.l.eTRYIM: . AT RXTR'BMElY- LOW KR1CK I'

f m1 T r ture seed put on the market this spring mciAL/. AGENT FOlLewis '
-- Under 'exceptionally favorable conditions K1S'SIMNIEE.. FLORIDAGRIFFIN'S ..
, ""'"-- FORr.XISSIMMEE -- X. some of this shriveled seed will Upchurch Co., BROADWAY

PARKS germinate.! Under ordinary held"cone Wholesale Grocers Hay and Grain, '
Hunting Fishing Bathing 1 1KI
ditions only a small percentage of it Is and : 'Cs
likely to grow. Those Injured-t!' da NUN i CO.,.Packing House Products i

that ilogcrminaUiaiuigrow: cannot prointce hint a litficitiai.TAILORING.. rw Sdrt i.INH.4 ;I
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strong and healthy plants. They I
yielttsjanull PHil sickly plants that are GARAGE I

I' For that t. LINUKKINH( : (COIJUII( takeNYAL'S unable. combat successfully. with any I '
adverse cG itfone. .
Take any. Shallow box which nerd. J.' J. GRIFFIN; PROPRIETOR I :
( liof be more than/ three inchen. deep s a. ..
two f..t.l \lout, or one-.aiul a half feet

"('uIl1uluf'l no Morphine) or Opium tOIUIHHllld.: wide.. This will be laric C enough to It'SB an few achieve, but
(hold, about fHI velvet beano. Place 3o"iE"I"FLANDERS ZO"REPAIR
JlHhwiM NoreifpNN anti Irritation "E. M. F.
about two inrhe-4 of sand in Uit box. ANDERSON. & BVNUM '
.. Heals. Inflamod Tissues. Then count out fXXJ velvet-beanai. : Dia:. .
25 and &r')0c Nlz( s. tribute them evenly over(the surface of OAHLINOTON' AVB.
the sand and('ove>.the seeds with sand xElcel All Others fa KissimnmBe WORK OF \ GARAGE COMPLETl IN

to the depth of about Inch. ALL KINDS. ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS
KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. an Moistenthe \ ..lo 40it.Best .
sand thoroughly. Set the box in a
warm sunny place.It Cleaning,R eing;Repafring MILLER BUILDING, BROADWAY

- should : see that the sand is kept moist, but not' ,, """.-
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soaked with water. Ten days after /'

II EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES placing the seed in the! box, count all
that Uuve" sprouted. Divide 100 times Bargain'sIn -

i# SUCCESS THE SAME WAY the number of sprouted. . seed by -the N.[ I S I3AtCONTRACPIOR .

number of seeds placed in the box, the *
-- BY SAVING MONEY ,-- I all kinds of Rear, Estate. "
will be
quotient the percentage of ger
Do wjint to I be NUI'fesNful'f Start-MavinI miw. Put in Fire and Life Inance'and:
you ( your money mination. Per instance, .if (>tIll seedsaYe and BUILDER I
Armour's' Fertilisers. Renting -
in the
plared box and MH> germinate -

r THE CITIZENS BANK OF .KISSIMMEEWe" divide :tUIHM) ( ) by Too the quotientis Specialty.and Collecting, Taxes paid Rents for a ,
(jll), or (Ml cent of the seed .
d per germinated. Non-residents. Does Gene l Contracting and! Building and Furnishes Esti ;t

have more Savings Account than any other Bank in .. / mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether ,-
Usceola County. When taking the sample of/&OO seedsto R. /O. MEEK it be a o1'w-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. ,t'
put in the tester. care should betaken ; --
r A Savings Bank loaned) FREE. If haven't '
; you procuredone
do no at once. to get a uniform sample from the Klssimmee.. Fla. Makes a Specialty boring ARTESIAN WELLS ,'..
bulk of seed to be tested. That i is, do in which he hasxrnet with the greatest success .
I'o Aanua E. DONBOAN. Pnaldent W. II. NORTON. Caithter not choose, only large, plump seeds !but of anvsman in Rorida. :{;
take them an they come, broken, shriveled -
or immature.The .' Give him your work and I it
I1SS1Il11Ilt'e I'Ia
-- -- testing of the seed before plan'ting -* will be well and quickly done. ; .

may mean the dirTerwfiee between Ml. I Miss. Mf. l........, FU.

W. H. ARNOLD the failure and successjjrf the crop.? It "
will save the extra labor of replanting. .
AH a rule, replanting' is not satisfactory ARCHITECT :
Contractor and Builder : ----f
because if the land is not plowed +++++++++++++++++++++++++b+++++++++ ++++++++++.l.c -

ia before replanting, it gives the weeds Desigis (for All lasses (tit t Buildings
to lA N. .ND (3STIMATt.i: : FU"'N''MIIDON ' :
A.'O..T' ... the start of the crop. If only //the missing THE CASH I ;
i places are filled in, the crop is un- RESIDENCE MOAN I SPECIALTY STORE 3

even in growth while if the
; missing
1 work, when bejust
guarantee my completed to .. .
as confracted for. plates are not filled in, a full crop will 87..pdl :$:: First Door North of Postoffice ,;il
t not be securetl. ,
k P.O. Box ..7 IR<.l4.n<.. Upper Bro: 4"!.yl The results of testing 1000 velvet- +

l KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA bean seeds at the Experiment Station, C. W Griffin There you will find SHOES HATS,

.' taken just as they came from the huller -
gave 58.3 per cent germination.The i r ,

N......... sample included broken shriveled, FAMILY GroceriesAND :$I: quality and lowest prices. ;
....'........... immature and also.good, plump seeds. '

.. EMIL( MACH' ERNEST MACH: Of 1,000) ) seeds placed in the tester, 583 I'r
J( .. pIMtardard 011 C.., .or 58.3 perminated .and made strong -AND- I-call Before Buying Elsewberet ;

s ,:MACH BROE: . centage'germinated healthy plants. A but further soon died.small Had per -MEATS ++++ +++++++++++++'. 44. ++:- ++++++++++to.'r Yk.+++++++++++++,+# -

this seed been recleaned and all broken
I ,
t Livery, Feed':and- Sale Sta Be,J and shriveled seed thrown out the per. WIt Delivery. ,Patronage, Every' Day Solicited at Any Hour .' -- !

centage-of germination would. have been .
Agt. International Harvesting Co.r.L + considerably greater.A North KissimmeePhone No. 8 a .

test of 500 shriveled and immature =ROLL MARKETBcarden
t .. -
; a SIN'a8: fIVY IiAt '7rINC+. : seed showed that only 215 or' 43 per

cent., germinated and these for the tr
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
j Everything new and first class. We render prompt and most part gave weak plants. Building Block from Depot

I satisfactory. service day or night. '\ Velvet-bean seed that shows less than _

: ONE HALF BLOCK FROM P 'SENGER DEPOT- 60 per cent germination ahoujd not be PRESSING Fresh Florida of all kinds", ..
used. Seed that shows from 60 to 80per MEATSOne
jssimmee ..* and Western .' t Jf.
J.( ,Fla. Phone 113Oseeola Z cent., germination and gives that DYEING

amount of strong, healthy seedlings, REPAIRINGLea j
,, NNNNNNNNN....N should be recleaned, throwing out all -- POULTRY. EGGS.. FRESH FISH

faulty seed. If that seems impracti- word army. house and clothe!
Special Attention lo Phone Orders and Free
will be called. lor and returned.
;., cable, 30 to 40 per cent. more seed to .
the acre should be planted. Delivery lo any part of the Cily. Phone 189
Satisfaction Guarantee(

: .
Lumber -
Florida Maps.
M .
Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley
Gazette office a pocket map of Florida'
-Company will be mailed to any address in the

United States. We can also furnish r-

... maps of Oscvola county at (1 each, and
will be grad to estimate. on sectional maps
of any kind.Conforming. ..
Rough and Dressed Lumber PROFIT

k With the Ordinance.

I1 WINDOWS, DOORS We apply the water test in accord-
ance to section 16 of the City Ordinance t
> SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LIME and guarantee our work in every respect btBuy

placing the quality of material

NOVELTY WORKS as the ordinance directs, thus safeguarding -
the public from sewer gas, iBYTHIS
which breeds disease.'
$1 GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL The Pioneer Plumbing Shop
4-tf Office phone 214 Broadway

..AFree Delivry to All Parts of Qty .a :;
your Building Material\ of the OSCEOLA( i \


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r It is just as Important to save money as it Is to
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earn It, and there IN" a lotto be made or lost on Brick, .
r 's
"Have had headache for ( Cement Plaster, Doors. Windows Paint and Build 1.iers'
two ,
, = Wa..1.40..01 know what a Bauk'a Capital !.for tfr tlia diffaranea i..- t years;
fcwaan a liauk of llttla or no capital and one with suffered '
y J a lavrya capital. S badly; could not read or HW Hardware. .
+ A BANK'H CAPITAl. AND 8URPLIIIIU r with any comfort; was unable to go in .
.-.road u& thvdapoaltum from i
pro4ap tka
luau II la Iba
.... ,.. any bright light without Buffering with
I sra i f yrotaotiuo lb.daponitora b Thla' bank I aUtpilalof
. .. liO.OOO: UUHnrplna S my eves.
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food nt i
SH.&UO uu "l.onvulted .
U Cole and
"""'kbod..llablllt, . .. fiO.OUIIIIU i . |'I. Edgar

', "I = A toldof.! ..... .... ..... ..... 1122,000--00Tklt .: he. fitted me with glasses and have not \
',' that, oval luaa bufora .- bad, headache since wearing the glasses; OSCEOLA
I naaaoa wa"" llfleoa.lXI our dapoaltort could 10" a HARDWARE CO.
MBl "...pralantlun la for YOI). can read and sew and have no unpleasant .

BP I'\ STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEEO. results, and ran see perfectly. S.:L. LUPFER Manager

-or-- "Hattle Koegel, I '
49'a. ; \". YSI..IMM&&. FLgR/6A. "G th.. Fla." 1
r II Dr. II. Edgar Cole can be found at ,
t ?; < froaUaut Vtoa-Praaldavt C. -A. Cole's iewelry store, Kissimmee, l

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II PROCEEDINGS" 'OF' .alarics of Oflle nfor th.-ensuing:; jew -

; KELLEY'S ;K.ELLEY'S KELLEY'S be aa follow t

Salary of Mayor ,' .$360 00 I

THE CITY COUNCIL I Salary of Marshal and Tax CoL,iIOO 00 "

'' CARD FREE Salary of Clerk: .. 600 00
a rw Salary of Treasurer Y'-.W*,'800 00 I u
There being no further tuS x, the *PARK, GARDEN Y
( of candy ,
with every pound 1p {j '. KlMimmee, FJa,,Mar. 7, 1911. Council\ adjourned to meet Thiinday; I

t I The Council met in regular session, March 9, A.' D. 1911, at 7:30: p. m.' I
p S" there being present W. B. Makinaon, Y t 5 .
"XELLE\ every(CT": W. B. Makiiuon. e r
on .
r letterof the word
13. One "
J: M. Hansell. J. Co Moore and J.
''KELLEY'1IE: President tern. ,
Card. Wen you! get tbet woid: ; ! pro
i. R. Gilbert clerk. The president being '
: FruitU11' 'J. R. Gilbert Clerks Fortune Follow the Flow. ,10 In"park
made up. by presenting them to ,the City absent, .on motion, 'W.. B. Maklason Buy acres
) -Stor i Will receive pound( J$I Red. Bantu: .Garden where fine
yo was unanimously elected president, pro you have a guarantee .of' a'
CsnFREEi I .Girt on every card., f7 : \ DAVENPORTterns "
Bran pretty rw tern; flowing well,.and can alwaysb'e, sure of water anytime
. -. The minutes of the-last meeting were I
'- I. peed It. You buy this tha
f"I. you t can property on r
reed and approved. Reports of officers ,
t Niemeyer & Wiley : were examined and .appro ed. Bills of Interest From That Thriving installment plan and make money to pay ,for the most .t

K ti were approved and ordered paid u follows -'' Little Town. I' of,it if you so desire. Convenient to town, loading:

: sexa'rIaN : Last station and the lake; also on a county road,'all advantages -
seemed be
Ss.Aa.nax s AanaH'Sixteen Saturday to shoobinff '
I', T M Murphy,nary ai maJor:r.' ..xl So 00 to be taken into account. We want to show :
day businessof i
J M McPhattcr,salary a. maraha! .. M 00 Davenport Having . "
JHlM FbatUr.eoat and feed bill, .... 5t 36 importance to transact in Kissimmee you this property and its" surrounding. . t
... R A Snyder, lalari.polICe ....",. j MOOR we, accompanied by our better ..
,. A order,_pound fe.... . 1110 half and two daughters, started for the ..>+*.*>*%...*** .
H William, alary .. poU 3 Z'RoUoraon,.salary" tmaurcr. .". 20 00 train which would bear us to that place. What ia.hicer.than a go'od. grove for a lazy

Thousand Acres JR Gilbert, ..... ..'".. "., 86 GO Arriving at the shed we call a depot, man? If you want to'live easy, buy the farm
W J Bean, alary as alderman...... .... tt 00 we found several people waiting for ,
J M Hiniell. ,..1...,. an alderman .. 100 the train. There were Mr. Dial and with 7. acres of grove, mostly in bearing, and you can l
i C Moore.,ialary a. aldermanW ... ,. ::. 2 00 '
U Meklnsanaslsry.a alderman 200 wife, M.s. Wood and daughter Adelaide also have the advantages of bring in the artesian belt, r

OF T M I Rivera, ..l.r'.1 alderman ."." .".l/ 200 all en route to Kissimmee, and for there le now three flowipg wells on the plat p.

'. G, ,- KIM..Tel l : phone rent ,. .......,,. I M)' Mrs. Chancelor and Miss Mary, who 6-room house: good stables and all ready for business. r
10 10
HAMMOCK PRAIRIE and TIMBER LAND[ Fral Srlplci rully LenniiK hall*,,hauling lent . 1\ 20 were going to -St, Cloud. There: were Pretty view of the city and property )has; over 600
MUCK II Oil also four men, strangers, whom we did "
dim II) Revue dog txgii .feet fronting on the lake.
C W ljUIIII. grocoriuH for,p".8t house ,UO ZB ,not know, and had no time to find out. _
Inclyding the Famous Southport CI)Co Nelson,MlmeRB lee. .. 60 This is the usual number that must ................'
8 HUH*, wltui'Hi foe. .. : DO '
in the old shed
GRAPEFRUIT I GROVES elf' Cam, wH,,,,.. lee . noMI' wait every morning, 'If, you want something to develop, we have 390
ORANGE.AND Joe NeHl, ullnttM' fee MIM rain or_ shine; for the train, which is
acres close to Kissimmee where can make a '
L M Ijnmford witness Ire/ often thirty minute late De we up you

1 A II JUIIICH, labor) MiL a depot? Well yes, I think we do. hat. full of money by subdividing it and selling it in ,
- SALE I I! Ulfimix, account of (Ire 7 m There is notice; in the ask ,
/-FORL H II Onmoii, wod ELI. i If>ll 34Clillani&IwidKLI' a loatoffice small tracts. We want to show you this splendid .
: \ .. .. ...'.1 ISs08 ing if we need a depot and freight property and you will buy if you want something good '
... A IHillbl'rl.: wont tlvkflo. 'ui Hli house! in Davenport. Sign it, every ,
with entire stock of Cattle ard Horses of the, Le e- ParSons .. w U 11HH, w tfOil ticket"" ,. ,. l.1> 14 mother's son of you, and we must have and maker. .
-Toealh .
--theTive! stock- -can -te--purchased; --- .- S E UardniT labor KLI' 70', 00' another aide track and a reliable agent *.*.*..+...*.*.*
Cattle Co. Although Win iH'lk H.1.| .' fireman 4 IK) .

separate from the lands and houses. N A Joiner,."I.. iiuft( K L P .,.,_ 116 (try XI to receive our freight. these We are ready to sell or rent you one of those
.- II l>1, drijmge President busy
u F M'B lonn,, drayage I ,Ml days. 'One team won't do. the work three pretty 5-room (with bath) bungalows, well]) lo- y 5i
For l hf m llni i Call on M. LEE Kissimmee\ Fiat\ J J l>aun, shop work 4 ! 'l jr Address JNO. OHccula I'dw Co,mdaeV '.. 8 '.'6 any more lie has had to have three cated. new and nice; can make terms so you will buy.

\ II, freight E 1. I' 8 M teams daily to carry the sightseersaround. this even though yPu are short on funds.
57 8: Even Sunday he was obliged ,..
mil E I I. I' on
Florida Her Co Be
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Ell: ",Irk Appliance ('e, mdoe E L P 4.2 on to go. The Yankees are beginning I

1 AUa.OllCo. oil KM' 24 00 to get intererted in usv We have some pretty homes in the with
WcHtlliKhotiHe Elce Co, meleri K L, P 171 00 city
SPECIAL No. 1 F W KlVlkerTprlntlnKJ : ( :: (Ki'i The friends of Mr. William White- nice bearing orange trees-mare; than necessary for
tllli.rlhapreax, ate IV.JO :. head will be sorry to learn that he has yfamily
Mash Hron, hauling ('0L gone back to his old home in Sharon use; good houses; well! located. COME, LET i
_ = -=.'.' .-"-=-- ce' hauling 2.'. 004fi US SHOW YOU.: ,
II Ingrain.trectwork IX) Ohio, probably to stay. lIe receive a .... I

We will'( Lave a Special Price on some ,certain Shoe every Saturday J D/Kotiindo Kotivnon. ord"no pd >t work ,'04 40 telegram Monday stating that his
WATCHCOUR1WINDOW.! Cltlycnn Hank lull-real. :ja. oo father was dying, and left on the even- i t
W II Palrick.gtrireighlon disinfectant 11: a0BurryPNdgeltpal.a.e.reu1f(4ama : ing train. We hope he may induce his

\ ) 120(0( ) mother who is left to return here. Nelson .
:1i 4MO Realty
W K llrndenoii.iial fireman for Feb.
36 pr. G. M. Ladies' 3 eyelet tie, hand turn, Key JohiiKou, gal .. eng watrr plant (MIA Mr. Lee Wheeler and his brother-in-

worth $3.00 Saturday only $1.98 M story,rolwtlii; water rent IK 00 law Mr. Wm. Miller, came up from 1 1it
OwtHihi Hdw Co tapping uialnaV { 'Ki6,; 21 Lakeland Mor,day for a two days' visit ;
\ B Maklimon Co mdncColuni 111 :,1 with Mr. Wheeler's parents. Mr. Miller Company
s'l' \1 Velvet Pumps all sizes at $3.00 Wan Iron Wo k.. md cTreasurer's IH (MI who is recently from Chicago,
c l for ,February,
<{ repot when asked, "What do you think of '
Over Citizens Bank
0 :
rr-'i'o-o.-irK .,';:rN rfCf.' I'Jll : ,Florida ?" said, "I 1 think that if those '
)WE .'l.Sl? 'R f. ror QKNI-RAL FUNUTw Kissimmee
,', have te' out and shove
, balance from lat.l relxirl 1 k'I I \ boys who get .
Ifq(I la anil. (ruin Clerk w r I 10(,2 their train out of the 'snow about oncea

," L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. '1'o unit from Tai I'011.'(1".. 171. ,70. month, would come here they would I

To atnt(nun Marshal ?' ......02-! IH- never go bu(- ,ullain?; and not only that r .
\ 101111 t r'e' 17 hut the children. Did you notice how -

paid warrant I| !.61?__ t.. Leo's boy has improved in health since I u

; To iMilant1 on hand. *. Ins" I ,d he come here?!" Mr. Wheeler was not

STRICT H'NK' here simply as a visitor. He was sent
< The To bulunce from la.l n'.",>HTo t .1..!' -'II' here to geL an estimate of what is to
from Taxol el'lu' I" ,6 REAGI'N
titnollIU from here Uiis- summer.
bu whipped
8.'ot a
SURPRISE J To amount from CIl' k -
Oil and see nrv l line The A. C. L. people want to know how

: : SPRING GINGHAMS By paid Total warrantTolwlanco. *- .,,./'.. .-. '. ::,I1110 1I0l:.011 bad we need a depot. lie got the estimate ADVERTISERS
; : : .%" ,., -- all right. Now, when they see .
. .../. >< &;I' I,
; 'tih: ) I.o' something.- .
will do
GOODS that maybe they -
. WHITE ," : '
: BCIIOO 'UNI> 1\1\ 1' 'I'j We prepare and olace copy
-I'Ii' STORE i, To balance from tat report.!>>a\ij" 4'( 88 O. Some one' remarked the 'other day We compile and print booklet ''e. "
1 ': "\EMBROIDERIES' ',< To amount from T.:(: Collector s6 :27 that; "The.worst about these new colonies We sell CALENDARS, Signs, Bulletins' '.. ; :;"IWJ\\, '
:' RCE"i." i LACES .'ETCJ. 'ToamonnttroiuClerk.L..S: ...,.. +106 is, one must meet) with all kindsof Boards. and Advertising Novelties in; Leather, ,

.t. MRS. E. L. PE By balance ... I 17010By people." Don't it make you smile: Celluloid and Alluminum.

"' LIGHT FUND. for some fat-faced, wheezy old daughter -
1 BUCCTBIC: -- --
t. from last repOrt .I a 1" f of ancient ,
Beaman Building I To balance r> a profligate son an -
I To amount from 11:. L. ColUctor 81<& !5ii baron or something, talk like that'We 7 WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS. '

., Total! t Nag 7iBy have a pedigree ourself, and are
paid warrant .. 3 76 LONG DISTANCE PHONE!!!: 296 \
but think it
- pretty proud of it, we more '
IILANDR''E THS SEECS'wnlcn : Jo balanoa on band .. .*. .". ISM t7sAMiTaaT honorable to try to do something ourselves TAMPA SUITE 4- & 5 FLORIDA f f

FUND. so that otnchildren may not .
;1 1r To balano*from uut I 23 23 blush at the mention of our name. BANK OF TAMPA ,BUILDING .

'erenot old by a Merchant In KISSIMMEE To amount from laarahal .. 37 60 Better be a true blue American with a
Amount from Tax Collector. ....'. 8* 27
Con eqoontl1 we hope to Bell oar Seeds to yon Toamountfrom'C1.rk 100 willing right arm and knowledge: to \

SUCCEED. direct Thli by adrertlBement Mall. mailed to us. If*paper. la mentioned Total .. .... .. . I "T 06 know how to use it, than to sit down .
and let some one do the work you are ;;..
f order
will bo taken U worth 20c. on. any WATBJI AID SIWS FUND
Writ for the \ of One Dollar (SI) or OTer, and the coupon lit- To bel.....* from tat,report. ., ,'..,..'tttM:; 21 too lazy to do, and then try to beat
v cloned with (Sqeda on Dnt order, It returned us, To amount from Key Johnaon,npt..,, 160 00 him out of his pay.
i !!.. (S5) order. Bar if Market or Prlrate Gardener.To \ To amount from A M Story. Collector. US 89 ,
BRISTOL.Penneylv'aula. every One Dollar ($1) order will be added. .. . S23S202 reputation.: We learn with pleasure CAL.A- IN PINE LINE OF '
to Introduce them, without charge, one packet Tow .. 28O 44Tabalanaaon that our friend, Mrs. Bennet, is steadily STAPLE AND FANCYIGROCERlE'.8'I'
each of three especk.Uyde.irablo aorta Vegetable. By paid warrant improving in health. She has had a
band. '".. ,,,..,$210289 hard fikht for her' life,.but she will

2 kAl3 mumo",JlD. pull through-. all-right I: I b41PREBH
To balance from UM report .. .> tut!! SI
To amount from Clark.. .. 950Tobalanee. The Poor Man.A i
man sent to an Insane asylum with t
., s196(1 load of coal found on his arrival the AND PURR -
a FREE ELlYERYfo all parts of th cU" Propl all courteoasatteatiol.{ "
gates were open but not knowing ,
H. C STANFORD & Mf. H. W. Thurman met with Council
COMPANY calling attention to insanitary con-' where to deposit the fuel be left his I TKL.rMONi NO. '08 I
horse and cart outside while he went
dition of big ditch near passenger
to Inquire. lie walked about the
asked that the board Y
Carries as Complete a Line,off depot grounds, but failed to see any one
consider advisability of dredging out .o made his way back to the gates
DR'Y" GCCODS. ditch sufficiently deep to allow small but to his horror tTound they were clos, One Hundred and Forty-Three Per Cent

boats to come up to railway. The same ed. He tried in Taln to open them a
4i' NOTIONS:;:: was taken under advisement and the and appealed to 118 era by to help him .r
clerk was instructed to' write railway aa the home and cart belonged to him

r*. FVRNISI3INC: + company in regard to extension of "Fabcy." said one pnJiserby to another CELEBRATION

". SIEIOS: a.nd IrCT 3INQ sewer to the length" 'I qf railway prop -London that poor tblnka\ha la a, carter." I CENSUS i

erty. Tha.Arrow;' of 8t.: -d-mu d. .
as can be found in inland Florida arid sells them Several complaints were made to '''t
Th legend of the death of St. Ed. TAMPA FEB. 11 to 25
Council concerning water rates, which mund was curiously corroborated <<

'As Cheap As .Any House in America was referred to water, and light oom- after a lapse of eight cent rleH. The ,7t
mittee. story goes Mint tlio martyr was tied
Petition from citizens asking that to a tree and as torture proved unavailing Low Excursion RatesVIA.

--l/ streets be sprinkle, was referred .to to make him recant Ills, faith' .i
shot at with Danish nrrowx (till ;
water and light committee. i was
:* / :Sealed:; bids were received for certain his body was covered With them. The == t'
H.: C. Stanford Company tree at Home to which be was mild
extensions of water mains, which were
; to have been found and which was
read and considered the Uaceola Hardware twenty feet in circumference fell In ATLANTIC

i Co. being the lowest bidder, contract 1848 and (according "The Block COAST LINE t

.. ; KTssimmee, : : Florida for same waa awarded said com' Letter Saints of the Prayer Book") a '\ to.'

pany. piece of Iron like an arrow head was, ;
The clerk waa Instructed to notifythe found Imbedded In the wood From stations on north and west of a line drawn through Newberry Gainea- !
/ ville Rochelle Hawthorne and Palatka, tickets aold Feb. 14. 16, 17. 20, 21 '.-i iI I
r mayor that i\..was the will of Council Lightning FI'N.----r-. South.of this line( Feb. 15 16. 17, 18. 20, 21, 22. 28. all tickets ,i
that the services of one police officerbe Hungarian peasants bare .upersl- I Feb.' 27th. CHILDREN HALF FARE. Each ticket Include.lone FREE add 1 ,",!(

discontinued for the prevent, dating tion that Ore kindled by Ugntnlng can mission. coupon to fair grounds. 1:

( Valley' Gazette $1 1 Per Year from March!) 16 I only be extinguishedOld .- II _11k. .,i ,For rates and information, call on Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Agent or write .

On motion, it was BO ordered'tbat newspapers for sale at this office J. G, KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Tamps Fla Y
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'r.1 -ft-|f' "The chairman of the Board of, Coun1t A realty sale of: more than passing

". 44..34444444K; ; COmml..lone.oI Osceola county moment was made this week by Mr J. J;

.' and sheriff 't>f that county, and others M. .Willson, Jr.:. that of the town site

'::t 'KISSIIDIDEE -.BBPTIST Guuneu from Klssi'mmea.. were in DeLand last of Gotha comprisingover three hun. .. '" :. ,;

$ dred """"" """"""" """" "
week inspecting Volusla's new jail and acres and which is eighteen miles 7" '

1. w sheriff's. 'reajd.fmce'Vith'a View of having from Kiasiramee, to Mr. J. E. ,Mosefify- Advertisements, are inserted tinder this head at the .rate of S Cent 1' \.,

: ".. tt"bdIIlV ....wriiMtly lor lh, t.lI.b..blc'b' Wil. P''I'". a similar one Verected for their of thulelty.\ Itfls'understood.thatMr. per line teach In !rtlol!. ,
1". 'for nil ''<']!verud iint<.th. Calom."-Ju4iBUNYAN > .
r 4' county. They were much pleased with Moaeley will cut up the land Into one. .
'. STEPHENS.: : PASTO. and will at once! havea two and'flve tract and themon : \ 4
this building acre place .
," \ _. .--. .--- --. .- .. -. --._...._". ..=. ...----_.. ._._-. 4 new .;'oU SALE 1.F SALE-Good: size safe, ap ; 1" it i
: : -- d. like one built\ for Osceola county the market for saltwao those wishing ScS \ . ..
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'? c 1"1\" \'.. ORDER.,OF.-SERVICE-MAR. 12.WU '-Titusville Star. to eitgage in trucking and fruit grow. J -'- -- ---- .
: 1 .. 'M'] ' E. M. F1., AUTOMOBILE- 3400)( Barred Plymouth. Rocks, pure brecIt< _
.' 1I9U'JINi-I. L A MrH.. C. Stanford, secretary of the ing to'which that section U peculiarly miles) looks lik'p a new one and runs )winter layers E""s" $.1.50 per 18.TM .-* :

adapted; windshield speedometer , ra.W.V. Paachal I Waldo. Fla. 11-ltp
Piano.Preludrt. ' better ( -
.. the
." Board!'of Trade, says that number _s
.. -' Doxology and Invocation." ,'- S. I eight-dajl thx'kchimd FOR SALE-Lots 7 and 8 In block 244
f J of 'he is receiving by mail Contractor Frank Bass.informs I the ,
f' Hymn 1J1-: .''C ronation. inquiries .metal tool-bojf, two extra shoes horn'l Florida avenue St. Cloud best avenue -
S;. p Uesponaive Heading-:.18. 1 I1822r.Tha : :- .: . from persons in Northern and Western Valley Gazette' that He has completed I' .. extra tube. Will sell or in cityalso; two shares; of company -
Kissimmee and Osce- theconcrete bungalow for Mr. Horace town propertv. Address, E '
' ; stone 'Which tlie: builders rejected. states regarding? 10-tf I -* stock ; cheap. Inquire of Olive

< *. I' '>1. become the bi-ad'of-the coKne, oltt county would keep-a man busy ten Woodall in Bass' addition in North Gotha Fla. 4 (I _L._Wells Winchester, III 6-fit-Pd!

?3 i f .! 7'his is yehoaK..< (/ditt11 /:", hours a day answering them but that Kissimmee, and that'he expects to be. FOR SALE-Only a few mum of thowe 1 FOR 'SALE-OR-' !RENT+'Three' nice

i.i mari'f/uu' in'oiir eyrs.This lie Is doing his best to convince"every- gin the erection of'three more for new beautiful 1'rtts in Prospect Park.and new Bungalows on'Marl road, in part
is the Which Jehovah hath mad.. These are'-by far the cheapest of town where 'Values increasing ,
lay that tif herethey residents in the same addition in few arc
of them they a
I one best lots for the in the city, I
in it.fiavf money
)be glad
We will rejoiee and ec rapidly beautiful vit"w'of lake, pretty
ill will find tHt haven for which they days. Mr. Bass states that since the and "Prospect Park is improving better -
c i unit.itr l>('.' '(('/, t/icr. 0 Jvfmvah. homes. See Nelsons!' about I it, they
have long sough lots were placed on sale quite a number and faster than any other -\\.1 will! U-tf
O Jf/iovn/i ttr trfclt, Ihrr, setid />to> />entyBlessed ,, have to the City. Only five minutes shoyjou.SOMEsplendid_ .
been s6ld and ,
S I be he that cometh, in the>arn> of Jehovah : Mr. Jaa. H. Allen of Somerset, Ky., .expects very\one walk, .from the post office. Easy \ colonization proJ>Cij. 1, :

We have blessed you out .of the houne of Jehovah yesterday in the city greeting his will be takenbefore the summer( is terms. I tions that are high grade, first class, ,

", I Jehovah At doth, and lit hath f;ivcu u> liffltl spent over, as that section of the city I". Ten acres in Pinedale. cheap. Beautiful -, just the kind that will get best of ,

.. ili"clthl' sacrifice: with ,-,,;
p, altar Mt. J. Mi; Willson, Jr., Mrs. S. ''M city and lake. Best of. neighbors. ested parties. Some very fine trucking ,.

!T of/lw thanks unto thee( .. B. Aultman and Mrs. S. L. Pherigo M r. R. De Witt Brown has permanently W ill make an ideal suburban home. I farms at right prices. We can ,

Thou art my God and I will exalt give thee. leaving on the afternoon train for Or- located in Kiseimmee, and will devote -I Severalfine orange groves cheap for suit you on any kind of a (Florida ":
I will
Thou God '
i are my cash will Bell home or investment. Nelson' Realty '.
on easy
.,: O ffi--c ,hn,,!'.. unto ye/ 1I".i. .;<>n Company.
fori/. /<>::;"):' kinihirs* cmlureth fortvrr"Prayer. rheumatism and is in FrbrMa seeking violin. Mr. Brown}, is a graduate of the the state no exceptions I. X .' ___ .

l\ relief from that ailment. He will return -, Grove City (Pa.) College of Music in Three beautiful five acre tracts close ; -
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Offertory 474- "t Love Thy Kingdom. to Kissimmee in a couple of weeksto which he was awarded first prize for in. Splendid quality of land.

Vocal Solo"The Lord in My Shepherd"' and has Any and everything In the real estate
Miss Jones. remain indefinitely. efficiency, already demonstrated line in Florida. WADE the tuner Orlando.
'I Sermon. "Fellowship'' Dr. Mae Langly Smith has been a his ability here by, his work in train- See DOWNING the Real Estate: Man, FOR'fillh.. phor* the RuN Bass

Invitation i--"TakeTime<; ti be 110!)'. practicing physician in the Westernand ing and managing the local orchestra.He overoperitbouse., 11-tf Market No. 189. ._ 19-tf.
Comtnunior. Northern cities/for thirty has had large experience: in solo and KING Quality shoes for "men at Cash GET H. N. ATTN to drive
Hand. years. lour
Parting Hymn 385"Hold Thou. My .. Orchestra work in Northern cities, par-. Store. ": artesian 4
I She han now become a permanent resident -
P. M." ticularly\ 'in Harman Poehlmann's orchestra DON'T FAIL I in ;i FOR the
LAYMEN'S MEETING 3 of out city. The people of Kis- to buy a lot Prospect \try, phone Rull
. at Grove City in which he was Park. They are money makers. Iltf.irEEKlngQual j. Bass M wt'IIS'2. 189. __ J9-tf "
,, BAPTIST 'YOUNG PEOPLES UNION 6:4-i; : simmee will be pleased to learn that t t. ". ., _
I ," solo violinist. Mr. Brown's card appears ty 'hoestforebuylng> MUTTON, fat and fine, at the
,, "i the -doctor renew her practice
.: EEVNIN SERVICES 7:15: ; again She may makes: a specialty ofWomen in another column of this Issue. Cash Store.: : _ !-t!, ,' Rull hess .t. phone 189.) 19-tf

: \ Song Service 236: "How Firm a Foundation. and childrl>n', diseases. Atpresent and any one desiring to learn the violin CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low 'WOOD, per strand. $1.25; five strands J -

*" 109 '"The Lighfof the World, l I will do well to see him. prices. See; or write H. Fleming for i: tii.75.. KissimrneeLumberCo. 2i-tf! 'If

276 "0 My Redeemer. she U located at the corner of particulars. _-40 tf i, SHA NlBA (GEI{. "Orlando, "for bicycles ]'j.

Scripture Reading. 4 Verona street and, Rose avenue. I Quite an amusing incident occurredin ', ami' ..u nti lrn's.' :UTwheels! from $6.50 \' -
I Song 356- "Sunshine in the Soul. X I Judge Parker's office the other day new Ul'| to *!11! for new 7-7tpd l
in North KUsimmee.
Offertory 3fi2 "O Could I Six-alt. ( Mr A. M TodiJ manager of !the in- when a man and woman, liegroes cottage J. H. W odal. -4t.Applyto CARPENTER: JOHIMJ: ; and repairing.Good .

,r .. Sermon- "The Young Man's Porils 1 .uranc ,department of the Lenolr <(\N. walked into his office holding hands, work S..,- .lame' Church St. r
YOU will make mistake if don'tbuy
Name x a
He the I you
Invitation :315
-- "Blessed- 1 > ''C. ) Realty arid Insurance Co., is spend- the man asking: "Is this the judge'soffice' a lot in Prospect Park. Only ten -'near- \IainSt' .!_ ____ 45tf.

I' A HEARTY WELCOME -EXTENDED TO ALL 4> I I ing a. few days in the city the guest of ?!" and when told that it was, lots left unsold. 11-tf FOUND: ) A pair' of spectacles, case t

; friend Mr J. E. Mattocks. This markedl J lr. W Stanley Samson
jhU: said : "I 1 wants a divorce. The woman A"house
. -
Todd' LancaxtiT f >1110. Owner can get
| m Mr. i first visit to Kissimmee. pulleti the man's slvt>ve arid whis- moved. Corner Mabbitt ot. and Mann') ,11 tiniilire, liayfiig( for this

and expreBsed great surprise at the Beaumont S. J. Souders. I 11-ltjxl I
i ptyed to litm. "You don't want no divorce Dot)ICCAN

f J \\'. of BrockvilUOn/ great ai-tivity displayed in the building wants a license when the FOR SALE Tomato. '
Mr Splan i ; you plants at S. H. YON( :: ai'. \ fir-re ran start a mail

IPr Local Overflow I tario Canada! arrived in th<' "i'it> a fi>w llin I v and aid he could see no good reason man turned to the judge and said :'' Aultman's truck farm. KiH 'immfr. order 1'''
I days ago and wano im|">re-'<<-*.'d l with why this city should not have a "Well what! I wants is to git married Fla. !H-tf 1111{. H* your own |MII. Send; for free ..
population of ten thousand within the Ixmkl.'t 'Tells ill," !H.-ncock.( A 2144. r.:'
I the many advantage* tin-. section( offers but I fton't know or care what you FOR bargains in resident property Lo'k.t.-, :' VIF

Mr. Walter Ixjrenz. who has hail in the. way of trucking and fruit growing .n.ext two year. calls'the paper. ': Judge Parker in issuing truck lands and orange grows rail on

charge of the Hunter Land ('omI|>any's that >hI' purchased f/irt aertat MrDudl..y Glenn returned yesterday the marriage license remarked: II. M. Breaker. Ki slmmel"-. Fla. 4-tf I Yor) I WANT M'RKENSfcrf t : :: : Osceola

camps at' Uassinger for the punt two KJHHimniee I'aik. and will. at once >h,'- from a husinesn trip to Latonia "Here's-"your license to get married. FOR SALE-On* Florida rained Pony Number) and kind Co. you They want make 1U11! make them them anysize

: t months returned with his family to I gin getting the property in ihapn for Ky.. and Cfncmnati. 0. .. and her many Come aroundSn ik a couple of weeks andI'll' II. Fleming. 51-If __!tofit.:
this city last week the
sold the camps to a Mr. Ilickson thin excellent family have now defirfite- they left smiling andxhappy. to sell Mill. tower pump, tank.everything monthly corresponding person may for earn $100
Mr. und} Mrs. .lames ttair. of Philadelphia complete. S. H. Mullock. newspapers. ,;
who will lodging and eating Irntise !No
: run a ly decided to make Kusimmee their According to reports the city of Day- 2-tf. caIivassirigSend for par .
there. who have been making a tour ticulars. Press Syndic-ate B 2245 :
home. Mr Glenn did
? con-
permanent tona is this season entertaining more FOR/SALE---A new high grade Lock :N.: '
of Florida. stopped over, here and visited upright pert
3iderable missionary work for Kissim tourisU than id bi for 1 less than wholesale
While there are a 'number of our I their friends Mr and Mrs. Uolph winter ever the' tory piano V.ANTE1) S .
while and states that she price. Ad. F, care Valley Gazette, .
mee away of the cities and the entertainment being W .
winter residents leaving for their .
Berli from (Friday till.Monday. This is KiBsimmeer Fla. 9-4t 'I
I' has a number of friends who are tnink. given the vfaitor is likewise them t .
; Northern homes. there are very few Mr. and Mrs. liarr'a first visit to Kmsimmee ---- I
ing of coming here to locate. satisfactory ever accorded the people) J IF YOU VVAMT SCREENS see Osceolu j WANTED Tent lh It>. also bicycle.AddrfHH .
but who will return here when the next
but from their I
I judging
many F.Ti.Hunt, KinHimnn-e, Fla. tfWANTED
Lumber Co. They make thenv j
snow begins to fly. for here they found I who are spending the winter in one of thetrettiest any 7
kind city
expressions concerning our Mr. John Peifer who has spent the size and kind you wantandmake'themto i ) Refined
couplex or gentlemen
city in the South One of the
: .
: a climate un.urp. sed. and people ax and its climate i it will not h.- their j>ast winter improving his five-a retract fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf for several nicely furnished ,

.. hospitable and friendly as can he found last. pf land near St. Cloud. called at principal entertainments planned for FOR SALE-Finest little colonization rrr<*. with bath the best meals the ,'..
on earth. the visitors is a series of exhibition the market can alTord. Corner Main.and ,
of Florida
proposition In State
the Valley Gazette oHice on yesterday. ;
Mr (L IS. Woodall. forman of the aeroplane flights which will be "gived convenient countyseat town; both I I'aeirtt-street. 50-tf .- --

School Commissioner E. E. Brown farm operated near'Nareoosaee by the and renewed; his subscription, saying March 28, 2 and 30, when Aviator J. safe and profitable invetfnent. Nelson i WANTKD MoneySo-place a few good ,.

stated to a Valley Gazette representative New Eden Plantation Co. was in .the he wanted to keep in touch with everything A. D. McCurdy will !give a series .f Realty Company. 6-tf- \ substantial'' absolutely! Mule loans at ..;: ,

this week that the section around I t"ill Monday. Mr. Woodall states that in this section during the summer five exhibition flights in the three days. FOR SALE-Five acres of fine trucking ,!. good rates of interest.' Good real I
he would leave for his home in I .estate security where titles 'are ab-
ad within
Campbell was biiiffltng exceedingly land; fifteen hundred feet I,
up very little damage was done vegetablesat Daytona will be crowded with the winter -
riolut -
MirTenville, Pa. on Tuesday to remain of high-school building.:and adjoining lj good. Nelson Realty Company
fast, new settlers arriving every week the farm uy the recent cold snap. ; he'would here visitors and residents of the state Mr. Aultman celery farm. .J.-M7 ,' over Citizens/ Bank, Kissim- i
until tar when \ return
to engage in trucking and fruit growIng but that rain Is needed to these exhibitions but mee, Florida. ,
1. ; very badly to see amplepro- Will on, Jr; 7-tf _: 11-tf
? the ... ._... _..
and all .l:
for the winter possibly or = 1<:1'; f -' .
I / Industries which do .r markably bring forth a; big crop of. 'potatoes and vision! to handle the 'crowda' has. been TOMATO PLANTS : *;OR' ALE-- .ii ----" I
I ( well there.* tomatoes, of, which .h.* hat about '.Ix.) tinfe, vet. 'coming'' ''s 'J'to.him.i 'I, . -' ",'..'. made by the Hotel Men'' Association have 500,000 Livingstons New Globe : H003JS AXILJSOAKI) l 1- .

:_. .*', oJ' V i. ' \., teen acres planted.. V .; fo/-;'; -.'Commissioners' Bass and and the' Daytona Board of Trade.. '. now ready. Plants 8to 12 inches -
In last week's issue 'mention DWELLINGS; for rent to M. Til-
.was .. "v and stocky. Later sewings coming I Ion apply
: made of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gilbert's The difference between the ordinary Pierce representing the Whittier and ." $1.25 per thousand.\ -Cash with ler. *

little with Bapsinger. districts, were in the city There Are Thirty-Ope People order. J..f!. Davis. Bartow Fla.4t} : ROOMS llJ BENT Either
aon having met a painful accident photograph and the !Kind we make is _, single or

e while playing with a "knife and ,' due to our skill anij high grade equip this week attending the regular monthly Ln this community who can improve PIT- GAMESForty hens' at $1.50 each; <-n suite suitable. for light ho'use-

that he had been taken to Tampa for ment. Every sitter is given individual meeting of the Board of Commissioners their financial condition, builds an increased two cocks $1!>.00( each; two stag, I I keepintrAp|>4y to /Mrs.. A. .A. Rim,..
1 WMI.
I ,, and report thaC an unu ual $2.50 each. E. R. Bagby. Gotha, __ 3-tf
themselves in
We that and
s-" treatment. regret to learn II attention and treatment and the results credit place Florida
I is being 6-tf I
S the amputation of the child's linger we produce are photographic por- amount of energy and enterprise position to.make more money by start FOR{ REST
the in that IF YOU WANT SCREENS Osceola I ,
citizens see
I IT' displayed by
'L was necessary. traits-not merely photographs. Let ing an account with us this. month. > Lumber Co. They'make them

0 I us demonstrate our skill by making for portionof the co nty. owing to the 'The small depositor at this bank gets size and kind you want and make themto any I FOR RI'NT--N..arly three acres oftru'kilt
land with ,
Mr. J. Harper of Lenoir, N. C., arrived fact that work has \\actually begun on five-room house;
fit. Give them
you the best portrait you hate ever the same courteous and, individual attention a trial._7-f close in. Nelson Realty Ct>. :3-tf
S in the city this week on a- prospecting the railroad that will connect those two
his needs the tar
had. Wilder's Studio. 11-It to as ger one PENNEKL Agent Sayman's Soap and'
tour and from the manner in towns with the outside world. :> j FOR RrTN'T )A suite of room, corner
I Each customer ut given direct and Remedies, Ordway 1 Plasters Magnetic Main and Oak streets.< Mr.i. E. D.
whIch he expresses himself about our I Mr. Frank O. Ive of Chester, valuable service.: And in so far aM Combs, and Mendcts mends leaks instantly. Plumrrier. I 11-tf

: '.' ,'dimatec,. our people and our" soil, it i iA I Conn.. arrived in the city last week on The "Not e of Intention to Applyfor safe, sound banking principles- will per 25 cents packets. Agent
will be numbered Letters Patent" for a charter of mit is assisted and helped to make'a wanted. -tf 1 FOR I RENT -Two beautiful rooms.OIW ,
safe to expect he a tour of investigation\ regarding the - - -- fitted fur
the Owceola County State Bank to be 'a success. (FOR SALE Twelve acre oTange and light housekeeping, in
;q-4 residents before. stories and
among our permanent wonderful he had heard I !bestptert of city close( to. and
.overlooking -
this Will be one of the thirty-one T grapefruit about three miles
l located at St. Cloud appeared you grove
I1**. ,;the, year closes. j read of Kiaaimmee and after looking 111State Bank of Kiseimmee.Anhouncements. from Kissimmee on railroad. Will i the lake. Hot ahd cold water .
I"* week in the Tribune\ a newspaper published in each free bath, electric lights
around and studying conditions expressed sell at a bargain. Address W. H. ,
r;. Mr... Isaac S. Dement who arrived himself than in that city. Among the list of .. ---. .. -- -- --- Arnold Kissimmee.! Fla. 41-if etc. Will rent very cheap, consider-

here Jew days ago from Chicago, has I as more well directors are Arthur 1C. Donegan P.. big quality and 101 ation. Downing
in Kitsimmee'pleased. in fact to such an extent that FOR SALE-Bearing Orange Grove Realty Co. n-t
purchased sixty acres A. Vans Agnew and James M. Joh/i- h :
he is now'lekini// place to purchase 700 trees 80 acres! 14 acres fenced i. '' = ,
Park, and will at once begin the erection ston all ot whom reside! in this eity.
hammock, pine, marsh and prairie I
home remain
as permanently. I
of two modem bungalows on his Mr. Johnston, at ,present a deputy in For Mayor I IJ land. cottage and packing house.. WHAT IT COSTS

1 ''property, and is also putting the ground J. A. D. McCurdy the aviator, who the County Clerk's office will be Next: year's crop estimated at 6,000 I' .'
for a citrus grove I h_ ;" nnoonce nifiwilf s a r>ndl< *.. rfche boxes. Cash or terms. Address I
; in condition planting 1 1Misa will give exhibition flights at Daytona cashier of the new bank. The capital office 01")1.0' of Kiiwlmfa, and rsep.cI.tiiiiy Owner. Box 345, Kissimmee.. Fla. 48-tf To, live in Kissimmee and Wages

.and truck garden. March 28, 29 and :30, was the first man stock is placed at 15000. nollrlt the rol.... oi my fellow cl( .
t FOR SALEFine farm containing Usually Paid.
to send a wireless from an If. ('. MTAKIIKfe.For '
E..Saunders arrived in the message about two acres all tiled and sub- -
K. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hoagland who
I in / and he is of the for The following table of prices is as
aeroplane flight, one irrigated ready business
i' city Saturday night from Providenpe! have spent the winter in at grows near accurate as it is possible to obtain,
beet of no better land in Flor-
R. I., on a visit to her parents, Mr. pioneers among the aviators. McCur- the re.idenceof Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Marshal and Tax (elled.... ida. close crops to center of town, land will and is !published for the information ofthoee .'r ..

5r5 and M.... John Saunders, and brothers, dy's exhibition flights will mostly be Meek left yesterday for their hme>> at candidate for mature three crops per annum and contemplating moving to this city: .
started from the world.famed Daytona I hereby announce tnynmK an a I handled I- InnrRmokeil W.-.1. to se. >" parbbl
W. W. and George who are permanent Sharon. Pa., although they wil'l mak. re-election to the ofle.ofCIty Marshal end TaxCollector properly should produce iso..,, i. t to 4) centii' per IbIt
ir 4 fixtures here. Miss Saunders' beach and one will include a race with the trip by easy -stages stopping at of KiwiltnmeH. and If t.etod jkroraiM sufficient crop to pay, for it, besides I'... salt ISIt"I to 1 I"1 eenta per Ib7f' "
in one IVannIJma !R''. 71 .
the year. to
the fastest automobile expenses t cent*
racing on per \
of du. .
the fldcllt to the nerformanoe my .
health is not the best and she comes several places along the route. Mr. .m. 40 acre tract with small grove, B ann 7 to H cent per Ib
beach. lien in the future- I have shown In fhe paM. KlceSweet A /H
to Ib
to Kissimmee-in the hopes that it willS and Mrs. Hoagland have- spent several owned by an Oregon! roan who will, I'otaUie b 00 to 76 cent.*per buahel per ..

be fully, restored. Florida but this is their sell ; he has mad.Ue, price right, Irish 1'ntltMnKrrah . 'I l to 11.26..r bunhfl '. \ .
Mr. Harry Hunter, president'of the Winters in J.I! <:PM ATTltft. come see it. Have 42 acres near by Ii..h ;> tel'.!. per Ib '
Hunter Land Co. Will leave In a few first visit to Kissimmee, and So well Salt MackerelQrita S to tOe pev U>
: Mr.- and Mrs. S. H. DeU rood t. who and can locate two neighbors close to-1 j -eperll! '

.have apent the winter in Kissimmee at days for Minneapolis the western head- pleased are they with our people and For Marshal' and Tax Collector gether. and be handy .to good county Meal Freah' I BeefFreeh 2'.e per Ik "
will be seat town. I2U tolfcperlb
will that in 'future they
I the residence of Dr. M. J. Hicks left quarters of his company, where he climate Pork 12V!, to I Ire per Ib
I hereby announce jnTaelf a candidate: forMamhal 5 acres just city limits fine
winter Huffar
attending' to counted our permanent I'' pound for SI 00
for few weeks among
on Tuesday for their home at Youngstown remain a and Collector for the town .jf KUalmraeeand for a suburban home. Where good citrus Dried Prune.. 8 to tOe' per Ib.

-L Ohio. Both Mr. and Mrs. De important business matters, and on residents. 1011I1lt the support of all the rotara fruits can be grown, and |x>ultrv Dried Peechni.,. 1 to UUc I per Ib N
DrIed tppl I.
*. April ()th will sail on the steamer Miire- and If elected I promlne to be faithful the farm can be made to pay big. l.rd 1to l2c per Ib
,S.- with will Pure III to 2'> Ib
% S Groodt are so highly pleased our Glen H. Curtiss. whose biplane cper
tania from New York accompanied by diitlea of aaM ofltrt Pretty home among the bt-auli.ful ('ompuund lard 12 to I He per Ib
cIty, especially> the climate and the be used by J. A. D. McCurdy when he s no". [pines, high and dry location overlooking Cheese CrearneryBlackKyedlVui Ztoper

t S people, that they will return here in I his mother and sister, for England, and makes his exhibition flights at Daytona I the city and lake, just the Onloca"C:: per Ib; '--00 per He btlnhrl p.r Ib

the fall and possibly, remain perman. I will remain until after the Coronationin March 28, 29 and SO. is not an entire For Councilman.The peaceful, quiet hom.for a Darty not I Coffei. FIG.',, to .fie per Ib
June. enjoying good health. Surroundings I IjUl.t Tess 'cto'0cperlb< -
ently.- in Florida. In 1907 Curtiss Kezo.eo. l&o ; :
.Stranger frfendi of Capt. H. M. Breaker place his beautiful. and mont healthful. Eggs .' 40e per irallon
Mr. Wm. H. Farmer bead of Farmer' Mr. -J. E. Mattocks vicepresidentand established a record of one mile in 26 name before the voter of Ktulmmee an a candidate (Fiine little grove wear the center of ,I I ChickanFriora 25Cto4dcssch p rdoien

and general of the Kissimmee 2-6 seconds on Daytona beach and this for City Councilmen believing will town, and for sale: cheap. I 1 Chlckena rrawn Me to SOc Sech
Employment Agency Bureau manager I Corn, aheltadOa I SOc buartel. ,4
Finest location for per
business 50
of Kissimm recori has stood as the world's record serve th city with credit. .a.Orancaa. lot bu.h.l
of Information states.that he I. dailyin Valley Land Co., owners lot fronting on Broadway also frontson per
in Isseon $I M to t* HO per box.
; S receipt of letters from parties In the Park has on exhibition at the company' since that time. Cwrtiss" interest another street; very valuable location I CarpenteraBlackamlth, Sl.Mtoii6:' '

; .North and West seeking information in office In the Okeechobee buiW- motor-driven carrying machines began For Councilman. ; fine place to build a business I Cleartrur\ 1..nd-.bbln..III1.II. to!1.5C: :par to |aora.l EO ..

l repaid to this country and in each In- ing some ripe guava. that were pickedon when he was carrying newspapers as a I hereby announce rojtiMla candidate for reelection house, and get enormous rents.1 Claarinff Land-aturtttiinv $15.00) to S2O Q4Man )) ...'
Plenty of good things to show and Team 14.00 ,
stance'the writer stated that he"read Tuesday from bushes at the Park. boy and had to ride his bicycle up a at City Counotlmtn. I am deeply' and will if have you I Moles *l.llOtotaoO to tii 00 .
Hi bribe honor oon'eired on tn. In the you buy you as much I Ho."t.(Hartlaa: hirtnjr feed '. .
advertisement in the Mr. Mattocks states that have hill carrying a bundle of papers. iralefol to aame) v
rabbit. Come
Fanner' guavas
nerve as a see us. No Wagoni .
Mr. f.t).00
and If I am eO fortunate as to be re-elect | and up'i
". T ,Valley Gazette allot which, !goes to ripened on the bushes ail through KIsillmmee -[evolved the i idea of attaching motors to ed.pail Will, IllS my best mdenTorm to advanoe the trouble to show our goods. I i Plows H.rro. . .. 5.1i.WtollS.O0: .
Park week the' his bicycle and this led to his manufacturing Nelson Realty Company, -u.e 10 112.00
.rt'. how that an .d in this paper al- every during Intereetsof oar city.w TeacheraW silt to$'S month
;> winter. motorcycles for sale. J. M. HAN8ELL.! Kissimmee Florida. and) per cord ..41.7. to a.oll>
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