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 17, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00481
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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fUND FOR. THE, .""i'BAND. can an be Mr ideal planted be Casler grown home.all has here.kinds, ,On now'this;of, .growing'frait ten. acres trees the, that will fol-f Last .Spike Is .Driven Jn- ,. ,. i,, and Kisslmmee to which the thousands keeps every us winter.constantly of people who explaining .visit- ThEcOARDOfiRADfN ,


We
offer the
4 Instituted By .the Valley. Gazette Is lowing vegetables: Irish potatoes,sweet bers of the council suggestion that to they the at memo once Holds a. '
Mast I
potatoes, cabbage,lettuce! celery Eng.lish Electric Interesting Session,
r Growing like the Proverbial 1 Railway Survey order the Installation of sceptic tanks 'Ii

"Jack's Bean Stalk." peas, sweet corn, snap beans, beets, : to receive, the city's sewerage and Instruct Many' Excellent: Speeches Being ;
onions s'trawberrtes watermelons
turnips, ,
the
chairman of the street committee Mack'By Members.",
( muakmelons, eggplant, pep- I to advertise for bids to

iq. The open air concert- given/by' theKissimmee pore', squash. pumpkins and mustard. The Road That Will Connect Kissimmee- With Broadway with vitrified brick. pave .

: Comet Band on Wednesday Mr.- Casler has a four-inch flowing well .W. must do these things if wish There have been meetings of the

"' f frfcght so delighted! our people that they, which he use. for irrigating, and has it Steamers at SatrTord Whjch Will Cause a Kissimmee to grow ancf$rosper.we Board of Trade In the past at which. ;,

j. figuratively, fell over each other to get so arranged that' water can be put 'on Great Reduction in Freight. Rates. more business was transacted and a'> "

their names on the subscription list the any part of the five acres. He sowed MADE HOMESICk larger number' were present than at the

1 Valley' Gazette instituted two weeks radish seed, and 15 days thereafter took one held on Monday nightbut' hone. k

ago for the maintenance of the band, tw"ntyellthtlInehes\ of marketable The engineering corps that has been It now look as* though the people* -- were more interesting, and the enthusiasm

'..:;' the total amount subscribed being radishes. to the W aters & Carson grocery engaged the past two weejis In surveying living in this section are about to come I From Reading What the Valley Gazette displayed by those present demonstrated I '

14250. There are still some peoplewho store. the route of the Citrus, Southern infor a few of their rights, for the I 'Says About Kissimmee. that Kissimmee' has some

the gentleman having the list in Mr. Caster States that he has been a Railway, which will run between Kim building of this road will give them. mart as residents who are doing their '

charge failed to see,.who we feelconr, cheese and butter 'maker for twenty- simmee and San ford, reached this city direct connection with the Clyde Line Our people will be pleased to learn, full share in making this city the most""""'"'1t'' f

fident would willingly give something, five years, and does not claim to be a yesterday afternoon drove the last boats at Sanford, which will at once from reading the following letter, that progressive of any in the South, as It 1..fJ;

and any amount they might feel disposed glrrdener,'but says that, any; man who spike on Broadway, ih front of the cause the A C. L. officials to alter the I Mr. and Mrs. Chas C. Giles, who spent will soon be the' metropolis 0: inland ,

contribute will be gladly re- comes here and uses conmon'BenBe and Waters & Carson Grocery Go's store, freight rates from this city to North : the 190d>10 school session in Kissim Florida (

ceived. The band now has sufficient attends to business can surely make Main streets, having covered a distanceof ern markets, the exorbitant rates now mee that their children could receive As we said before,, there were not

funds to purchase uniforms and we big money and at the same time enjoythe forty-seven miles. charged being the only thing that has the advantages of our moat admirable many members, present; but every man

are informed will be ordered at once, best climate to be found in .any Mr. J. J. Brophy. general managerof prevented Kissimfnee from becomingthe I public school, have decided to make of them took part in the deliberations: ,

but.there are other Expenses to meet, state A most cordial Invitation .extended the company, and who made"the trip I ]largest inland Pity in Florida years their permanent home among: and the speeches Were among the best .

and'we urge those who can afford to doa all stranger in the city to'visit with the surveying party, says that ago. ". Forrest Home, Umatilla Fla., and most optimistic that have everbeendelivered ,.

.. so, to aid the band boys financially. this magnificent garden every courtesy was shown the engineers -I Mr. Brophy stated to-a representative March 10, 1911. before that body, especiallyso

band was .expected it would by persons living along the route, I of the* Valley Gazette that work Editor Valley Gazette, KIssimme, Fla was the onV' of Secretary H, C.Stanford .
The as
j acquitted itself with much credit at this ,7 1-4 POUND RADISHGrown and that he did not meet a person who i on the line would now be pushed with Dear Sir and Friend :i. I am enclosing anent thelpavingof Broadway with j.

eoncert-but it is to be regretted that -1 was not willing and anxious to donateall | all possible speed, and! that he fully ex- check for renewed subscription: vitrified brick]/ he declaring that if the

in the vast the property necessary for the right- I peeled to ride from Kissimmee to Sanford We are made happy by the a1'rlvalof city did not at an early date .orderthat''
some of the younger people by Mr. M. ". Porter and Pre- i of-way, in some instances householders Citrus each copy of the dear old Valley Gazette principal business thoroughfare .
the paved
: audience aurrounding the bandstand granting him the right to run through on Southern Railway .r'with
made so much noise that.it was difficultto sented to the Valley Gazette. their/ private grounds l if necessary.During II before the year closed as it is always so full of news that material that he would, at

l from K'msimmee and her good people. his own expense'do: so in front of his
music radish
hear the softer trains of the About the biggest thing in the
We are made homesick .by reading it, property, which statement brought !
and which under observation
i which are bv far the best line that has come our -
of the members by Mr. M. H. Porteron i but we just can't help it. MI forth a round of hearty applause from r
efficiency was
show the superior grown
/ v It is hoped that the band will I' his farm near this city and presentedto The A. C. L. Railway i Mrs. Giles is now convinced that Kis- his hearer, and more than one of ourbusiness

| simrnee is the finest town and her peo- men have since deelamd their ..
: give these concerts regularly from now the Valley Gazette, on Wednesday.The <;
pie the eleverest and best she has lived intention of .
| following the sane course.It ,
until fall at least, as there are not radish weighs! 1'1-4 pounds and was
on I amongst in Florida. And, God willing, was a few minutes after 8 o'clock
overplus of entertainments for our grown without the use of any fertilizer. I
an Should Build Wharves I we will make It our permanent home when President Triplet called the mem
d people to enjoy during the 8Umml'rmontha. A good many :people who have seen thin! I t
some time soon. ben to order and t '
caned
radish, which i is on ex.hlbltlon at this present' for the b

The following is a list of those who office, declare it to be the finest. s" ec-i- ,I ui i Yours very truly, reports of both standing and special ;

1\ fund but the list is ; saw. and that they did I Chas. C. Giles.: committees. Owing to the snort time
contributed to the ; men they ever ._
And Lay Tracks So As to Permit Boats to Unload the chairmen of the several
j standing
still open, and any who feel that the not believe it could be duplicated anywhere I t

band is a credit to KiBsimmee and wish I: else in America. It is as tender J I Freight Into the Cars Direct Other Needed j MR. J. F. (VBERRY one committees had anything have of held Importance office, neither to.re- 1-\f

it to live and grow better and better and brittle as though weighed only a
1 Municipal Improvements.those : port. but. the special committee , ',.
t until it stands on the musical pinnaclein quarter of a pound. appointed ;
Florida are requested to call at this I ____ I Produced Head. of Cabbage That to'perfect the details in the

matter of petitioning the legislature to
office and siltn the list : -ANOTHER ENTERPRISE[ Weighed Sixteen Pounds.
." the next orange season there "suggestions we voice the sentiment amend our city chartel'lu to provide
\'all'y/'Gaz' $10 011 ** '?
will be fully thousand boxes'' of in Osceola -, Last week for the commission form '
Grltlin'f.. (00II. ) j sixty J every man county. we published an account of government -
; C. W
C. Stanford :fi ,00 tomes to Kissimmee in the Shape of brought to this city by boat from the I|.. And while we are upon| this i subject 1 of a 14-pound head of cabbage that was reported that they had the. work

'' K. P. Butler / r. 00j Lakeland Artificial Stone (0.KiliAimme. groves on the shorcyvpf Lake Toliope-I we desire to say that'Kiusimmee is nowtan'ding [ raised on Hllliard's Island!! by Messrs. well in hand and the bill was In course" ht

W. A. M'Cool r. ()It O .. has yd1er1 another sub- kaliga and along Kissimmee river, toi i. upon a pivot.-she will either 1 S. T. Fansler. and C. H. Funk, and this of preparation and would be ready for

r. 1e1P itii.t" 88 nothing of the hundreds of barrels j /go forward. or-stami still, and the,year week we have the pleasure of-raising introduction when the legislature met;
M. Katz business. ,
Ktar.tial i-ntern.Eiae.tp:: of turpentine and rosin and tons upon 1911 will tell Xhe. tal,'. The progress I those figures just two pounds. also t he special committee appointed to
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1':. L. Lesley and that will not olilj be a sourceof I
. :5e( ) one tons of vegetables( and field crops that this. city has made during the I past two i Mr. J. F. O'Berry, who trucks more request the i County Commissioners, by
1.T.: Butler much to hut will be a
f. tat( I good our city : will benhipped' to the Northern mar-1: years hat been I phenomenal, and that ground than any other one> man in this letter, to put the road between Lough- .

."., W.W. S.L, Ilarw.1'1I Wino ,5 011 great financial l being the"ucc"Lakeland"stt_( )* well Artifi..ialSione the enterprise kits! by thx, hundreds of J people who, fact hue stirred every other city in section, his farm being on the! western man and Haines City in such condition I

f. 00 have moved ,mto the Kism'tnmee Valley Florida to put forth renewed efforts to i shore of Lake Tohopekaliga, about as to permit of the travel of automo-, '
F Vane Agnew Company of which Mr. R. II.Uullam .
-. :5 1e1( I I the past year.nh ; G M'. Parker structural j i..
engineer *
To'M., 5110 nianaager. trucking. \x ': that has been enjoyed by our people j I day shipped a carload of'cabbage, some reported that the duty assigned them''
Murphy .
. (1)f Some years ago theNcity built a dockat during that time. 1, heads of which weighed as much as six' had been'performed.M.r. .
,6
C. W. Dann This has for along time had
company foot of avenue-and When the Gazette began the teen while ..J.1M. Willson Jr.: .X'l'
the Ruby up to: Valley pounds, twenty-six head chairman of
. 5 00
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C. A. Carson, 0 in Lakeland, and has I
its
.' ..,/', ,." '7"1.,; Ii 00 headquarters the present tima that has'beenthe only { agitation about two years ago for a were placed on exhibition at the Waters the committee on', municipal' improve .... s,
A. E.' Donegan 'e'I/']) ; constructed of the best buildings i '
s . : '.',71", iifflHfflBKV-: !( 00 many wharf at which the boats. ,j-pujd unload better town, a cleaner'town and a big' & Carson Grocery\ Co. and during this menu, stated that he Appeared bei
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fir A. Cole ), In that few months Mr | '
city bijt a ago
., ,I" 1'1} 'i""2 O their freight, or1 If ''they '-pH-ferred, ger i town, among other things it proposed week have been viewed by hundreds of fore the City Council, as instructed by .
JM. Lee ; 'fN Ludlam secured the contract to build
I''- 't\'JfA 2 50 wagons would drive into1"the lake and f! a bond Issue for the. installing of people, especially those who live in the the Board, regarding the enforcementof" i
TIson"VF. '' ... II
Seth :
: r the reinforced concrete bungalow for '
. load from -Hhe barges, 'hauling the \| water works and sewerage system, and North, but who are temporarily sojourning the "ordinance requiring':,property
li.! 'Jenkins. : . . . 2 50 Mr. Henry Bass, on Main street andso I t .
freight to the cars, a distance. of threeor 'at that time some few of our people declared here. owners to laY: sidewalks on .certain )
. 250
W. II. Norton well the work performed that '
2 50 was I four, blocks, and at a cost to the that we were trying bankruptthe Mr. O'Berry is one of the most ex- streets, but that he was unable to say;!
F. H. Lawson others this city contracted with Mr.
2 00 in shipper of two and a half cents a boy town burden property holders with perienced and successful vegetable what, if any, stops the Council"had '
E. G. Vans Agnew Ludlam for buildings, until his v
2 00 on oranges, and a like proportion for taxes and b, eak up the whole show and growers in Florida, and if there is any taken along that line. a0.
W. B. Maklhson has to such an extent as busine'1
Mach Bros . 2 00 rant grown him in moving his other truck or merchandise. This I send everybody to the poor house in man who believes that \there is.not big -Upon-motion'Mr.'J. M: WlUson.;

. . 300I would mean to the shippers an expenditure fact, they used every effort to preventthe money to be made trucking! in this section Jr., the ministers of ''the several
G. P. Garrett
this city, and he is now prepared to estimate '
200 I of at least two thousand Gazette's plan from carrying' but all he will have to do to have his churches of the city were'elected to;;
Moon & Geiger on character of a reinforced
,, A. B. Jarrell. . 200 concrete, concrete any block or brick build- which the railroad should bear dOllars'1 the fire of energy and enterprise in our opinion changed is to visit Edgewater, full membership without 'the'payment. , ,.

. Lord knows the railroad receives the j leading citizens had been too well lighted Mr. O'Berry's home, 'where he will be of the initiation fee or dues. ,
W. G. Hankins . . 2 00 ing, as well as. build concrete fences,
T. M. Rivers . . . . 200 lay sidewalks or reinforce bridges, culverts biggest end of the money that come to I I: for a few pessimists to extinguish heartily received and hospitably enter There were many excellent: : '' proposi-' ''r jr.?;

1 00 the growers of Florida for the citrus j or even hold in check, and the council tamed. tlons offered, all tending to the further"t
:
C. D. Carroll. or sewers.
H..E. Bryan. . ... 100t' We are all glad to have Mr. Ludlam crop. -j finally ordered an election and the bond advancement of our city,most .of which: _, _, ti r
We admit that in times past there Issue carried by an overwhelming ma- I win come 'up for,'action < at' the next
''r C. E. Yowell. . . . 1 00 come us to remain permanently, THE JEWELRY STOREOf
among
' k I 00 has been no great' demand for a dockat jority. Water works and sewerage are meeting, which will l be held on Monday,-, it
H W. Thurman and we assure him that the change of
which our boats could land and un- now in full working order in Kissimmee, '' night March 27th, in the council chamber $
. .
J. C. MooreF. . . 1 00 his business headquarters will redoundto .
S. Gilbert . .. . . I 00 his financial benefit. load directly into freight cars, but times arid we strongly doubt Ir'one man can ,C. A. Colds I One of IGssimmee'sPermanent at T3O-oucfock.< ..-

i Geo. Gardner , 1 00 have changed very materially duringthe now be found in the city but who is a Business Enterprises.' .

A. C. Bogue . :. . 1 00 THE ROSADELE F past two years, and last season convert to our way of thinking along FORTYnvTCAMIEvery
When Mr. C A. Cole
where came to Kissimmce -
there
that line.
were occasions
many growers
F ,
E. S. Beeland, .. . I 00
Roma Thomas . , 1 00 I were put tm'ueh inconvenience But the simple fact that we havewAter from Ohio, about a year ago, 1 ,

W. H. Patrick . . . . . 100 : Has Been Thoroughly Overhauled aid expense on account of the rail.road's works and sewerage has not 'and after looking conditions over our city and investigating And One of' Them Bought

F. C. Bryan 100 and Now Makes Ten Miles an Hour. inability to supply empty ears i made of Kisslmmee a city that would and decided to Property in fowler PaiV' . ",
a Jewelry store here, some few
and the necessity of hauling that fruit open
.. J. 1 00 convince a man-of Its permanent sta.
McPhatter. The Hunter Land Co. does
Joe Jeffords . . 100 never and produce by wagon from the boats, ility. Other Cities have installed pessimists.declared. that it would be on Again has Mrs. M. C, ,Fowler 'demonstrated -
Halves in small
things by nor a ,
way the one-horse "
cheap-John order and
Earl Lupfer 1 00 and when it was learned a few weeks and that inconvenience and expense will : water works arid done other things that her right to the title .of
when in November he his doors
be doubled the coming season unless opened "Queen of the Real Estate ".
World
D. N. Floyd' . 100 that i ijt had purchased the steamer smacked of enterprise and then laid ,
ago and invited the public to come and inspect
better facilities are'provided. she ArrIYedIn
tor
down on the job, the result being that on Friday morning last
E. 100I'
..:TV Haley. Kosadele from Capt. E. P. Dann and one of the best selected and mostco
f. Fleming 1 00 would overhaul it and put it On the run At erery other point at which we are those cities ceased to grow in population tly stocks of jewelry offered this city with a party of, forty-Are

4 ,. R. O. Meek . . 100 between KIssimme and Alligator Acquainted where boats ply to and from and business. ever these; homeseekers l.om'the West; and on
00'I and carry any amount of freight worth II for sale.in ..a Florida city, same Saturday and Monday' old to each'On..
C. C. Wolfe ,,1 Bluff, the headquarters the company And the same will apply to Kisuim- jsslmlsts again cleared their throats

'I{} 's'"H.. L. Saunders, Providence. R. I. I 0\\> it was generally expected'-that both mentioning, the railroad has built mee unless we continue( the work be- p und handed out the Information of them.a tract'of land In: Fowler Park '
I I ; that '
I a the l large of .. :
__ whom tuw.f.
> W. Miller' : , 100 the speed and accommodations of 'the wharves and runs its cars to the water's gun two years ago. The one Urgent majority wilt ....
such
I :, jewelry store of magnitude could ..
at their ground in ;
.i. L. H. Ingram .: 1 09 boat would be increased, but It-was'! not ;jedge.but in Kissimmee the A. C. L. need at the present ,time is .sceptic 1 not live in a city of this size, and; that once putting add: shape' ti
, , seems to be content with our shippers for planting a truck garden citrus\ .
:. Osceola Journal. I 00 thought that the company would makeof tanks in which our sewers can empty. as soon as Mr. Cole had plucked all the *
; . . , . . enduring all manner of inconveniences, grove this coming fall.)
J' Ord. Bass 1 00 it one of the most modern steamers We wer -told during the fall and win- ripe plums he would fold his tent, '
while it in the dollars, with the I pack Too much praise cannot be bestowed
rakes
M. J. Hicks 1 00 of Florida ter that the the council
that'ply on any inland wa- reason did hot his grip and hike for new fields to
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- - ters, which it has done. most exorbitant freight rates ever construct sceptic tanks was that the I in. upon this ,wonderful .woman by our, I,

: GREAT SUCCESS The Hunter Land Co. had the old 16 known in a country as old as Florida. water in the lake was too high. That I range For the benefit of these few old mossback people foremost for and she li without successful'doubt the t

.i. ; horse power engine taken out of the Now that the railroad is building a can no longer be urged as an excuse for pessimists we desire to state that moat builder
I j of a new
boat and an up-to-date 3d( horse power new passenger depot on the block above failure) to install these tanks, for the Mr. Cole has just closed a five-year)I up country operating In AmeriIt"" j
I There is if-.
ca today.
Made by Mr. M. D. Casler in Grow- Feiro engine installed Capt. Geo. where the one at present in use stands water in the lake' is now* as low as it lease with Dr. T. M. Rivers for the of land nothing jn 'the
shape a deal too
ing Vegetables. Saunders the local agent for that en- It will have all the room' necessary' to usually gets, and has been tow enoughfor j I building onBroadway in which, he now j jt and the ease and big foe her to

gine, doing the work, which enablesthe lay sidetracks and build wharves without the past six weeks. The health of : conducts his.jewelry store and optical handle pleasant man- 7

Mr. M. D. Casler, who came to Kis- boat to make a speed of ten milesan being forced'to purchase additional our people mllst"not be jeopardized by t i parlors Mr. Cole stated to a ner in which she does business makes ;
-
representative her
friends
... simmee from Parish, Oswego county, hour. The boat is used mostly to ground.We neglect, which it will, be unless sceptic \ of the Valley Gazette that he wherever ale gees.!: We
Mrs". Fowler
hope
New York, after looking over this secton carry Western homeseekers from this do not' believe the A. C. L officials tanks are installed before summer. had met with great success since be clear make can see her way ..(
to Kisslmmee
I the base of
. \ tor a location and examining the city to the lands of the Hunter Land } ,. '
would fail to do anything that And.another and pressing need of out ginning business here, that our people '
4 of muck in her. operationa for all tune( ... ..... .- .
selected five land Kissimmee .' '
soil, acres Co. the lower Ii'
Val'ey, would enhance the interests of Kissimmee city is the paving of our streets, and 1 bought a much l higher grade of jewelry :,' J.:" .
.across the street from Mr. S. B. Ault- and is proving a source of great convenience for this is of with than is nM'lcs' ,,
city certainly one especially Broadway, some substantial usually purchased by those' in flizabdh r- \% : .3' ,: ,
''man' garden, also just west 960 feet to the hundred. who come the biggest and richest plums on their material. say vitrified brick 05 the North, and that Kissimraee was ; '!,.AU' "'' ,.. ." =, .

.fI ,to Bermuda avenue he purchased tent here each month seekiag h6mes in that financial tree, but the progress of'this asphalt. There has been enough money good enough fof him and would be his College member will of be th'faculty present and of participate Columbia .:-. sSEr-vS... "., .

1:, acres of higher ground-where he has section. The Rosadele Is commandedby entire section from here to Lake Okee- expended on our streets in the past to home for all time, and that he would in the performance of the Columbia.,'*- p'. ,

; erected a fourteen-ioom bungalow on Capt. W. R. Meiklejon, with, Mr. chobee will be greatly retarded unlessour place vItrified brick on every street and continue toy carry as good a stock of College Concert Co.:: at the auditoriumtonight .<1t.J: .I Iit I

;, the corner of Bermuda and Oak street A. A. Loll, IF in charge of the engine, suggestions along the above lines alley In the city, 4nd still we have nota jewelry as ran be found any city in ;; Her many friends I .will be .i;
lt' ;; No better location could be found for both capable and officers.. and believe in > pleased to See and hear her on this oo. jot tcasion
obliging are heeded we offering street. but what we are ashamed of, the South. / <*...d
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P'r'C t'' Jn a '.tP,> 5tF> we entered a canal and from that on 'I I. '
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1I' t tt j. and throdgh canals small, until,rivers we reached, other small Kissimmee lakes I I The 'Citrus; Southern :,Rail h ay % i I

river, a stream, one'' hundred miles In

... length. To ''say.'' thati.thi's river "in r, Company ,. I '

1< tta. s=e> ",.." crooked hardly expresses it, as It.curves I ..* ''fi\ f'l' ,
., '. around; the shores. unceasingly.Our j ,' '>. SNow i". I ,

., I captain told us that there are I Iphlces.ln aYing out'a traction- road to connect J JJ 1
.. this river where he runs '
every '
.,' SAnford i. desirous of in. } r
I J Orlando and -
Kissumneev
.. direction of the compass! in going one :
.. mile, forming loop after loop. Ofteij teretting financially everyproperty.- pwner and 'ti+. .;
.
we'would run-some distance, make a '
these pojjits believing that a greater
citizen near ,
turn back the distance then
rr.s 1 run same ,
n..mat'1 mgll lfllllllllhlllqII I I IIh hhl U '
,
...,_ be will proportionately '
4
thirty to forty feet :from where we number of resident investors! \

entered the loop. There are; many the Company ., '
benefits
increase the! themselves,
places in this river only tw nty.five to

thirty feet in width!, our boat being and the entire community. \

.. twice that length or even more, it waa is made
1 The capital stock of the Company up
with difficulty that the turns were
,
': ,, made, and when in making one of these of 'five thousand shares 6f the.spar value of one h

Is/ .. turns our I little boat s'tuck, it only road is be
the to
PERSPECTIVE: TIICW-FIIOM! \ A rnoToonArn. goj hundred dollars: each, from which \
. . afforded! anfuwement, for the party onboard
f b\', .. I and added:! Vtto the many other built without issuing bonds or mortgages*

amusing anil- interesting incidents. account of stock
j '1 Ten monthly payments on .
of the trip/For miles we' would run, .. .
; Recognizing_that ltssil11J.f1ce is- thc most enterprising city twistln and i turning with nothing in subscriptions accepted beginning with the incorporation -

:' in the South, and that it i is destined to become the metropplis of. sigh ut weeds and water, then again of the Company. '
Y banks would be'fringed i with/ bushesland ;...-'"
'-, Florida fit a very short time; we- huvc decided to move our general I small trees, these affording! a re* Aofficial of the Company will gladly call on '. .

headquarter: ;? here. and become .one of the ci.ty's pcrmuiicnt business i treatVfor the! alligators many of which __" jntendingciistpm.ers. ;i.
j we saN along the banks, and a fcw-
:
institutions. Subscriptions in amount are invited at the
\1. any
.shots were fired from guns in the hands

We have met with" reat MICCCSS fit every city ill Florida : of some of our party; with the hope f principal offi("e-of the Company, Church street and ,. i

Vvc and would take in hilt we might be able to carry back( u Orange avenue, Orlando Florida, and for the con- i
1..: y where \ havc' operated, extreme pleasure referring souvenir of our trip, but out of respect, .

"j )j ,1 anyone to those for whom we -have constructed buildings : for the bj'ortsiilau of our party, 1 refrain :i venience of persons in the vicinity of Kissimmee, (

financial standing uful the character our work. from cx|laiiiiiK) why. we wernrnot I w'll: be received until furth rnotice at the a. i
f ; us to our able to do'mi.After .. l ----... ',

r.-: We construct buildings of reinforced concrete, concrete, or a ride! of nearly two day on 1 -

Kissininn-c" river, we came 'in xiifljt; of State Bank of Kissimmee !
.,;
brick; lay 'sldewl lIis of anything the city ordinance requires; reinforce
"like Ukeyhobee! )( stretching far and
l lI( bridges, culverts, sewers, etc., and the bigger and more 'I' wide before tis, the only large lake i f

r" costly the structure the more desirous are we to construct: it, as through which we IIUBK. It is from I Ii lI
I : this. lake they are running the canals
\ I the superiority of our wtfrk will show to much better advantage. i to drain the Kvergla l<-... WicroHHril I.I I.

1r I to the'east coast and hugged tilt' shores,
'r We respectfully request permission to estimate upon anything for Home distance with the hope of 1

in our line you may want done, feeling satisfied that both I catching tight of the drainage dredges. .

} work will be but were doomed to disappointment,
our prices and perfectly: satisfactory. "
I owing to the fact that they were at

work several miles up the canal, and I GUTTER
I IDEAL FIBER
-' our captain was unable to enter the !
I1 H'n, \
canal, aa it wag filled with debris
g! IDEA(. .,..
LAKELAND ARTIFICIAL STONE COMPANY thrown up by the dredges From Lake FOR TENDERING
Okeechobee we passed through another I
t' ry stretch of final 1 rivers, lakes and can a Steak Ham Bacon Etc.
R. H. LUDLAM, Structural: Engineer, Manager Kissunmee Office als, and finally entered the Caloosa- ,

J hatchee river; and here words fail me
J: J to describe the grandeur of this scene. J J. S, PENNELL, Agent

j ..1!' AGENTS WANTED
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try. The flavor of the fruit as we getit page

A Land of Perpetual here ripe from the tree, l ia sweet and I
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delicious. In fact, grapefruit tastes I 1
altogether like.a differeht fruit from

l>Bt which is shipped to us up North.
r Sunshine and Flowers Certainly, the Florida grapefruit is the

'" finest Notwithstanding produced in the the land.fact that Flor- I Aeroplane vs. Automobile f l'

ida was discovered about four hundred

Is the way in which Mrs. C. A. Cole Describes years ago, perhaps no other state in 'I '
the Union has been as little known as Oil Famous Daytona Beach
i Florida in a Letter to the Editor of the Wiiiterset ....
this state for anything outside of her

r (Iowa) Madisoiiian.D popularity as a winter resort. Within ,\

the paat'few years, however, a changehas .

'Through of Mrs C. A. where flowers bloom .perpetually',:and taken place, people have come,to a'! ,', ,, :. . 1-;" .: ,' .' }',j :
the courtesy ] '
.
.
proper 'appreciation of Florida.as a ', f,"I'k .'.
I Cole, of Wintereet.Iowa, who I is spend where 'its effect upon human! energy place of residence and investment, cap .',. : .'. ..' 8 1\1.J

}; ing' the winter In this city,. we are appears to be thIs-that it Is easy to be ital and labor are forming a combination ,. : "A' ',. .i.e''.., '" '. .' ,.., 'ft";- ,
,
If'.
permitted to publish the following most lazy and live comfortable. It is a well which is. to. develop the resources : or '.. . I

interesting lettet,; which describes' in known fact where nature does so much, of.thilcountry\ and big things are now .; .' -{>... :

-t:;; detail' the beauties and grandeur of this man is rather inclined to let nature do being dine all through the state. Sheis :': p .
t which Nature will for him and surely she has 4 at y I
;p", land of Paradise upon allJt improving in every line of human endeavor ." ,at
.dt .i' has abundantly bestowed her gifts. made Florida a paradise for the pleas ,. and is rapidly taking a positionin n ; 4 -' '

1;. ._ ure-seeker. She enchantments. the front rank of the sisterhood of / t>1li ,' ;,' ,", '. .,.. ,, . .
:\ Kissimmee, Fla., March 8, 1911. peculiarly her own. It is not the charmof states, and attracting the attention of <;P'I .;': 'r<1t .t + 'i:" ;t bas pa

NY., EdItor Madiionian, Winterset, Iowa. a long-s.ittled, well-cared-for farm- the world, turning capital and immigration a'. ,,>>- ,<.,Wo'.'. ''s.>.} ''.',. '.'.."''..'hu .,, . .ASalst111nsaa'
N4,, P Dear Sir: 1 he thought came to me ing community, but the charm of the to her shores, where they find not' 'ir.'?(Y"'. .. ;:)t,, .""..,.,.' ,"*.Ji. >
f' ." that possibly some of the readers of unaltered wilderness, the long stretch a boom, but an awakening to her own j : I"'tf: .
$} your paper might be interested in whatw' of pine' forest, the lure of the water, possibilities. In every Florida town f.;}),<<'<<}f f..,. 4J T: ,
,...: of the rivers, and palm-lined lake, '"":;" i.M..<" J ". ,
have seen, and our impressions of De"ver one goes into, are to be met bodies of .;.i".;"1',,,,."< >l>i".. \. <1 ..((. JP .,...
1" Florida; "The Land of Sunshine and which loses its attractiveness. residents who are optimists, and even >'1. j, ;-:<;1'.PJ'1: .. .

4 I t4n;; Our travel has not eitended over any will be found much variety, some sections I tagea of their own neighborhood, and x .., ;>' .i .>"t .',7:{ ("VF' .!J '4 t;
!,,/ '. '
I much beautiful and .kr.; '., :4f' 9. i ,
being
'
more .
} ,eonilderableamountofterritory., However each one of these towns seem to havea f 1't>r .:' 'f" ". \
E.; we have but recently returned attractive than others. The beauty of I share of the tourists and homeseekers :. '*::;, :. ..r' "
Is of tfever failing ;f. ,t f i; 1: vf-; "
: :lIt from a most Interesting trip along the the scenery a source that come to Florida. ; .

}"f west coast, so will make an attempt to fascination to the traveler, with its 'For those who love the water, in all .

:'10/ tell you some things I hope will be of vast reaches of virgin forest, dense its colors and aspects, there certainly
-t"; interest, to "YOU all." with tropical foliage, rubber trees
.
". ., esn. be no place like Florida. It ia the
\. t Ever..since the days when Ponce de draped with flowering ivy pine and paradise of the house-boat, sail-boat,, ;
!Q oak trees festooned with Spanish moss, 7 \
.Leon wandered through this countrySeeking and launch, because of its innumerable .
which, by the is a common sight
the "fountain of perpetual way
inlets riversand
fi waterways, ocean bays .
Vssf youth" our people have looked upon through Florida. Many streets are which of Florida'sheritage. \ -
lakes, are a part
,t' Florida as a most delightful place to roofed with _branches of these giant '
_ oaks with streamers of AVIATOR J. A., D. McCURDY r
: } tf pend the winter seaaon. And as a draped long Ard now I must give you a short account IN
winter resort she stands unchallenged. this gray moss, sometimes, hanging
:" I: of the beautiful inland trip.from "
."1s.. Last. year more than 100,000 win- from two to- three feet below the Kissimmee to Fort Myers, which Mr.Cole .
L,.,. 'ter-driven Northerners were basking( :! in branches of the treea, and the effect. ia / and I had the pleasure of taking, Daring Exhibitions in the Air ",,
.
her gentle climate. The palatial and I very beautiful. through some of these lakes, rivers and
41) exclusive hotels of the fashionable I This scenery it varied by the tempt- canals which penetrate'the interior of ,

!'places were filled with the wealthy I ing truck gardens, which are yielding, -Peninsula.. It consumes from four J6

class, but a large portion of the tourists carloads of vegetables to be shipped to to fout,..and a half days to make the t
are men' and women of moderate means the North, and by the magnificence of I trlpy& ride by water of 300 miles-' We The Biggest Aeroplane Event Ever IIe11_ in the State of Florida

ttk 'who patronize the, smaller hotel. and I I the golden fruit products of the orange were members of a party of twelve, will be the Exhibitions ztDAYTONA --, ......
a 'private boarding hdtaiea which every grapefruit grove, the trees bending made up.for this romantic Uip,'which 7
Florida town' provides for the accomodatlon with their load of ripe fruit. the captain of the boat fells us betakes

'of the tourist It i*'a common sight to see an orange about twice a year. Our party reprI
*,' To me, coming down here aa I did MARCH 28 '
tree laden with blossoms, with green rented several different states-Michigan 29 30 -
from a region of snow into a land of and golden fruit all at the same time. Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Virginia .

aummer'felt.almost, like- I had come During the bloe8i>ming period the trav- and Florida, and a jolly, ,congenial t
\ Joto. ateam-heated state, for It Wa &
eler's approach to an orange grove is crowd they were:
' more.like June than February, there heralded by the delicious perfume-laden This thriving little city of Kissimmeelies A total of five flights will be made in three days, the flights to include a race flip
on bench
J ,j being no sting of cold. Warm days atmosphere. To one from the Northan on the north bank of Lake Tohope- with the fasten automobile that be secured and
can
of a flight at high altitude
there are, course, but those days, over the lialilax
orange or grapefruit tree is a- beautiful kaliga. From here we made our start.
'Itempered by cooling breezes from ocean river and the city of Daytona, and Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. 11'
\ sight. The golden: fruit, with its At 7 a. m. on a Wednesday we
''. mad gulf, are; ieldorn, if ever, oppresI back-ground of dark glossy green foli- boarded the river steam r Lillie. The These flights are to be given under the auspices! of the Hotel .Men's Association and the 'I: I
.
,talva.Jl I age, tbowa to the best advantage. The day was typicafof an Iowa'summer tona Board of Trade and special arrangements have been made to Dav-
accommodate
This land, 'yhere the tint settlers colon g of the' foliage ia of itself a day, and we could not have wished for the crowds.

tr ? ":planted] their feet on American soil, ia thing of beauty, so rich and fresh-look better conditions.The r

? God's heritage to every man and ing, as though each leaf had just been sale across Lake Tbhopekaliga NO CHARGE TO SEE THE ,
pi woman, who can avail themselves of'3.its I washed. And to the Northerner it's a in.the early morning was delightful, as EVENTS

'' ; beauties"and .comforts. Florida la'' great privilege/ to get out inta one'of we drank in the fresh, coo air from off r
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'l s 'l l {:*fwd GI --.--palms, blue nature, these groves and pull the orange from the water. It Is the custom of the captain I A Splendid Chance to See. Daytona The Prettiest Winter Resort in the World.

;rwhlU. beaches.and..,. ;yellow, oranges. I the.tree,..ae we do applea our coun- when making these trips to sail
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of materials used and their value after j
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; "i 'A C LDENHAHVEST OF GOLDEN FRUIT expended products.manufacture upon In was 1909 them$46.702.000 the and value they added become and by In \ I .


.. .. ., 1904 133,766.000, an 'increase of, $12,. /
t 936,000. or 38' per
f cent.' The value

-.F .', added by manufacture-in, 1909 formed'

10000 BOXES ORANGES ANNUALLY 64 per cent of the total value ot pr&Jue -' i isvt.l

4 N and lit 19p4, 6T per cent t

: .I Can Easily Be Increased 50 per cent by the Application. Methods.. Items Miscellaneous as ,rent 'of.expense factory Includes or works such t

tT' v : taxes, and amount paid' for contractwork. ; dx

A Proposition that willPay 25-per cent" net on the 'Investment...: the final, which reports will, as appeal well ps separately sucn'items,

of office and
other expense as can not
be elsewhere classified. In 1909 the : ,y

140-ACRE FARM; 25'-ACRE GROVE BEARING ,amount; was $9,148,000, and in 1904, ..

S.608,000, an increase of $3,540.00Vor

I 1 63 per cent. The average roiscellaneous Ei-

$25,000.00 CASH ===== r expense per ,establishment's approximately

.$4,000't botKiensuses.: .
'
140 ACRES OF THE MOST EXCELLENT HIGH There is a good six-room house on-.the property:' a large, The salaries and jtfages1 in 1909amoun'ted1.o iIy.r.JM.

HAMMOCK LAND IN THE STATE, LOCATED NEARA well-built.barn and all other necessary out-buildings neces- $27,90&tf)0.: ) ;and in 1904to

HUSTLING TOWN NEAR RAILROAD STATION sary for a well regulated farm. All farming implements $18,437,000' an' creas8.of $9,469,000,
now on the farm go with the sale. or 61 per cent. -
r_ AND ON GOOD ROADS. In 1909 the number of salaried officials -

Three elegant building sites on property. The farm would and clerks was 4,613, and in 1904, R. DeWITT BROWi*'

I I 50-Acre Orange Grove. 25.of which is in old trees-200 make three elegant homes. 3,125, an increase of 1,488, or 48 percent Instructor on Violia
fine budded trees just comir intogood bearing. This
a- grove Groves Pa.
City ( )
Won first ,
..i i .. is,! now producing ten thousand boxes of fruit per annum and With irrigation which will be an easy matter to install, this .. The average number of wage-etrners College of music.prize I
with modern. up-to-date methods can easily be made to grove and farm can Be!: made to pay 50 per cent annual I
i r itf 1909 was 57,443. and in 1904, 42,091 other
" For terms and) particular
. "Has "of the profit on the investment. The farm is most admirably located '
produce 50 cent more. one largest Scuppernong -
per an increase of 15,352, or 36 per cent write or call at residence of JJJdce
s grape vines In the State, and many other varieties for easy irrigation. The lake for the water supply -- -.- I
of small fruits in sufficient quantities to suoply the home. the.natural elevation of the land and the fact thaf..two There Isn't I Dudley Glenn. ,
I a Money Earner In This
spring branches run through the property intp the lake

I 4 This property is located on a chain of Florida's. most beau- affords the best of drainage. Irrigation has three advantages Town iw:

tiful lakes; the farm has a lake front of its own that is which should be considered; and easy installment on In x THOMPSON
nor this vicinity but would have
worth the price asked for the J property. The nature of the this property should be considred in. the value of the same.Irrigatation a
t bank account, a growing account if he
t land is what is known as high ham mock---a wonderfully lich; will absolutely assure the cropincrease. the DIRECTORand
fully realized the FUNERAL
,, i deep soil, as is evidenced by the'nature of the growth with volume and improve the quality. which would'accrue tcrhim many through advantages the 1
which nature hag covered it-grand, old oak trees: tall I ? t
; stately hickory nut trees; beautiful graceful palmettos. THIS is WITHOUT DOUBT THE FINEST BARGAINI.N account. LICENSED EMBALMER-
REAL ESTATE THAT CAN BE FOUND IN THE The man who has an account at.a
The most magnificent Natural Park that can be found in '
.
the State.In STATE. Here you can buy a place that it would requireat home bank> accomplishes more becausehe Opposite Courthouse

f least 20 years to develop; a place that will payRIGHT is looking. ahead. Planning for the

addition to the 25-acre grove there is 25 acres all NOW 25 per c'ent on the investment. An ideal home that future. He may not have any definite KIBSIMMBB: : FLoRIDA

cleared for general farming and this soil will raise ANY- will pay all the expenses of a large family and leave a plans at the time of starting his account ---------- 6i
THING that can be raised ANYWHEREHUGHES handsome balance.FLORIDA'S but he knows that it will be
worth money to him later on. That a

growing account now will be a material FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH i

help1 to him when his plans are made
and he is ready to work them out. -: )/ ;
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& MONTGOMERY Orange Grove 197 old I t
There are 'many other advantages. ;#t
trees. Seventeen acres under ;1 f
Come in and ask our Mr. Carson to explain -
fence. One mile from 4
SUITE 3 ilDDENS BUILDING them to you. Even If you are city. Apply to \
not ready to start now, he will be gjac i ,

PHONE 932 to talk with you about It. HARRY W. THURMAN, \:

12-lt State Bank of Kissimmee. tlirSTORE HOTEL. (IUIHME& ROHM. na

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... I Lure, 38 |per cent; and average number Surveying and Vir
Your eyes are your most faithful
GROWTHIn I of waffe-earners, 36 per cent.
B. DICKERSON helper. Without them life would he a DraftingOFFICE '
House Painting i There were 2,156 establishments in dreary round of misery. You owe it to
I' 1909 and 1,413 in 1904, an increase of
makes the best building blockin your eyes tp give them the best pos
the South. They are made 743, or 53 per cent. when
Manufactures As Compiled By i iI sible treatment and they are "
out of Lake Weir Sand-coarse IN FRATERNITY HALL, ;
The capital invested in 1909' was $65- ailing to have them properly attended
Paper Hanging and Faced sharp balf--and defy half comparison.and water I the Commerce and Labor Bureau 128X)(), 'a gain of $32,156,000, or 98 per KISSIMMEE. FLA

,A' Decorating ..proof. Will build you a con- I I for I the Year 1909' cent over.$32.972,000 in 1904. The large .to.Dr.. Cole has been successfully fitting "',
crete house! and guarantee it to increase in capital in the state is due to glasses for the past 27, years and his
Kalsomiiiiiig be water proof and damp proof j. 1 '\ ,
See Fire Place Mantle i the increased investment {In the lumber services are the best your' money ,can

.-.e. I Shelves.my! March' and timber 'industry; cigar and tobacco'! buy.' ,, ,1'//t':..'",' .. ", , ,iv'jftfctf;; The Home:Bakery ':ManTakes
.' Washington? D..,C.; 13, 1911.A , \ .ufcf., ( '.''I... *
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IJ ," , ', -factories, the manufacture of fertilizers ".
\ Works'op' : *- preliminary statement of tbeJte'n.eral V You owe it to your eyes ,taj. ?consult., I''' .j, I
Workmanship-- Guaranteed as and the turpentl1't! and rosin Indus "
"' him when you need glasses.,
results of the of manufac-
BROADWAY( AND MIDLAND R. R.: ,census this
Good as the Best. for the state of Florida issued try. Too great importance should not ,Dr. Edgar Cole can be found at opportunity thank
.. tures was
r be attached to these figures showingthe the good people of this city for
Census Director Durand. It C. A. Cole's iewelry store! Kissimmee,
today by
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=-':- -- = : --=;== amount of capital invested on the Florida. their liberal patronage and would'also )

consists of a summary comparing the two dates given as the inherent difficulties , take this mean to lay 1 that,
uairfkja rfbu kj G. H. WEBKING .C5JIpneth f:1 rjA aufluAu&j figures for 1904 and 1909, by state involved lln securing correct statistics our limited facilities for making"" t '
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M. TILLER > totals, prepared' under the direction of of capital invested are so great As1! ROACHPEPPERirAMI. goods will prevent (for awhile) oturtgeneral r
: StV &rt chief statistician
Mr. William\ M. .
as to make it impossible to secure ac delivery to all parts of the
Real Estate t for manufactures, Bureau of the cowTAws44 HOT" sat Noi1'i 4
Agency. curate-returns. The average capitalper eoiwea. rTlt ooAIIII. city. Quality and, variety will b. ,
.: : Census. establishment was approximately seA w maintained always. Our nice ,
? .. .
J The figures are preliminary and sub- eww.
= $30,000 In 1909 and' $23,000 in 1904, In Mll.MllMI. ,MIJII TKJM M t Hu w ? .
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Realty bought and sold. ject to such change and correction as suet_ .ra HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS ,,1l
this connection it should be stated hat maul is IHMCU al Vijilillri MII> wv< .
Houses rented. be found from a further vlto cw N ftwn C.ni M4 pnvciil IM, CMA j'i
necessary
1 D Butler1+ I may these figures represent the total amount A S5 G.a..r. VourdMferttiNvrdw Also HOT BREAD
I' Taxes paid and Titles verified examination of the original reports. m wir WHnki.il Onmm o> Ml m. ,I
of capital, both owned l and borrowedand r.wM..r.d MOM IVl>pir. w.w cp
i for non-residents. i The Thirteenth Census, like that of e- r Inn lor n Cmv -"" *" "! > will be .
invested in the business but does a.r.p..rwtrMa..r.,,.. R iwkbrtlOOIliiJSalr'00 ready mornings and aft.rnoonl -
I Fire, Life and Accident In- 1904, with reference to manufacturer, not include the value of rented prop- .a.s .a rR.r.5r..Cr.r..I ..Th..e/.nN... ..... and-a nice variety of,,PIES ;
differs from the Twelfth Census in 1900 and ''
CAKE Parties
surance. Wedding .
; BARBER SHOP J erty, plant, or equipment which was ASHE DISINFECTANT CO surd .; ,,
4 Indemnity Bonds. P in that the two later censuses excluded employed in the conduct of manufacture Tams.Ftomo. a specialty. n
i
____ _..,. the band trades, the building trades ASHES RATSAULT
1 elc "V' ing enterprises. In the final bulletins My.frrn..r,.,.r. OYT.
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Cold Drinks I and the neighborhood industries; and1: ..Yw.Y..,_wM.IM.rY
Cigars and1reports the rental paid for such A. SMITH.
took account only of establishments
property will be shown separately.The .
conducted under the factory system. I' AVKNUB
ARLINGTON
\ ti; Kissimmee, Fla W. L. YflJDIIZOR In the last census, also, as in that for cost of materials used in 1909

1904, statistics were not collected for was$26,022,000 as against 16,632,000 .'
for the in 1904, an increase of $9,490,000 or
q" industries having a product cen- The 0 '
\ I 57 per cent. The average per establishment -
sus year of a value leas than $500, except -
FOR SALESIX that reports were taken for establishments was approximately '$12,000
both in 19Q9 and in 1904. In additionto SURPRISE .'
of the
idle during a portion I Call and ace my Inc
ROOM BUNGALOW .QealEstate the component materials which enter
year 1909 or which began operation
r WITH during that year, and whose products into the products of the establishments DRY GOODS SPRING GINGHAMS\

FIYCITY LOTS I for such reason were less than $500. for the census year, there are included WHITE GOODS '
fuel rent of and heat mill ft
The word "establishment" as used in power and STORE -

".." 250 Feet Front and 164' Feet Deep KISSIMMEE FLORIDA the Thirteenth Census may mean more supplies. The cost of ma.,rials, however EMBROIDERIES ,
., does not include unused materialsand
Corner. .
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t -supplies bought either for speculation MRS. E. LEARCE ,
owned or 'controlled and operated by a r

Deep Well, _Gasoline Engine' .,flORIDAREALCSTATE_FOR SALE single! individual! partnership,,corporation I 1 or for use during a subsequent -
period. u
/ or other pwner or operator, and Bearaari Building
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and Pump Tank Beautiful winter hpme sites situatedin are located in the same town or city. The value of products jn ,1909 was I \

the Lake Region Florida. The reports were taken for the calen- $72,724,000 as against $50,298,000 in

Water good Piped Condition.all over Nicely the Iota.Furnished.All in 'fru
small tracts. wherever the system of bookkeeping I per cent, which is somewhat less than

CITY PROPERTYIA SPECIALTY: permitted figures for that period to be | the rate of increase in cost of materials WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO

\ ALLFOR $1,800 IF TAKEN QUICK. secured, but, where the fiscal year of used. The average per establishmentwas MEET THE GREAT DEMAND FOR t

KISSIMMEE' List your propertyiwith"; for quick an establishment differed from\ the calendar I approximately 34,000 in 1909.. and
Owner P. n Box 575 salts. in 1904 it Velvet Cravenette
about
'FLORIDA year, a report was obtained for I was-. 36000. Pumps -

the operations of that establishmentfor The manufacture of cigars was the ,
H. M. Breaker & Co.Box
1..' its fiscal year falling most largely principal industry of 'the. state in both ALL SIZES AT $3.00 ,

178 KISSIMMEE, FLA. within the calendar year 1909 1904 and 1909, followed by lumber and
A. M. L.GHAU GEY'CONTRACTOR The summary for the' state show a timber products, the production of turpentine I '"

I. consistent increase at the census of ana rosin, and the manufacture. SPECIAL No. 2

W. C. BAS'S 109, as compared with, that for 1904. of fertilizers in the order,named.

rt In the order of their importance, froma The value of ,products representstheir VERY POPULAR PAT. KID DRESS PUMP-

Wholesale andlRetail! percentage standpoint, the Items rank selling value or price at the plants )
WiadW
--AND- Regular Price $3.00 Special:: $1.98 (See )
Dealer 11'. as follows: aa actually turned out by the factories j. ,

BUILDERPlans Capital], 98 per cent; miscellaneous during the census year, and does not of .

Fresh Beef fork and expenses. 63 percent; cost of materials, necessity! have any relation to the WE ASSURE VP-TQ-DA'fE: RriCE a ,

I, 67 per cent; number of establishments, amount of sales for that year. The __ ___:.. =_ _'. _- :,- _- 4 :.
and Eatlmstea F..I.tle4 53 pet cent; salaries and wages 61 per: values under-this head also include the cL. '

? SatisfactionGuaranteed Mutton cent; number ofsalaried officials and amount received for work done on'matjirials M. WHIDDEN :&, ,CO. _

.. clerks; 48 per cent; value of. products,, furnished by others. .- , '

.' PHONE. 44. .. 45 per cent; value added, by manufac The value! ,added<< by manufacture 'rep1 ;- . '
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c 'je Kissimme i e Valley Gazette: ROLt OF HONOR" J I i- w .

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t 5. J.: TRIP r 'T, Associate Editor.
i. ot. =-::""" .=c'=- Close and Attentive Work

k PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. *. These pupils of the Kissimmee Public: : LIlT

\ Office Valley Gazette ..BuiliJSnc.KI8SUIMEE. .'I School stave not been, absent'noV tardy ; O
.OSCEOLA OUUNTY FLA.. 1 during the month ending March 13;, II

SUB8CRlmoN.RATESI .j have made average, of ninety percent ? i

p..apr.on.r.....,..,. .. . '11 00I' or more in thejr studies,'with not .
a, OM_ .St*: monlM. .... _. .. BoiMd HJs, than eighty-five in any'subjecb and 'f '
: avthOri. pot less than ninety-five in deportment: I\ ;
All on.munIau 10 ne .._t from .
"' _.ponJBtfertad mil eland bit the writer First Grade-A di vision-Klovd; Hu- 5 ''IE I114IIMG
item not. lw nrturoad unkmi / M
I' S.U .for. ._ ling Harry OuUa; eRachel1billipa| 1
---- Wheeler Nor
-- --- Martha Ordas Margie ; 1 14v'
Ihfeoolld at th.P<..toIII...In glslmrnes,. Fla..as ma l/uke. Gladys Griffin Della Crowe,
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'* a.undal..s_man matter. _. Bessie Crafton. ; .OW .

I.s' *< .* > FridayMarch 17, .)911.: U division- Vera Gilbert, Dorothy UaMakes

f", ,- Miller, Frances! Rhodes, .Sallie Bats, f fI fl
Ruth i()wen, Lillie llansen Lucy Lup-
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fer. Ruth Dtfvm, Horace Dann Clyde ',I
Is Sent Complimentary. -
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Getz, Frank Reed Charles Dann I I
Parties receiving J this paper James Dietz. Omitted last month by I I n ... -

who are not regular subscribers .. mistake, Thelma Sutton. t j l Home Baking Easy
... must not think that it is the in- Second Grade -Lillian Harris -1 i
tendon ot the publishers to l later ma Gilbert ""Edith Miller Leona La- Royal.Daking Powder helps the housewife to
demand pf them the subscription( Martin, Edna' Harvey l>earl Hilling.rtcia 1
? price, as it il is mailed to them complimentary Tiner Mary Speir Ira Crafton produce at home, quickly and economically, .

.. our Board of Coun Elmo Griffin, Ralph Phillips Frank fine and tasty cake/ hot biscuit, puddings, ;
ty Commissioners for the purpose Woodall, Edward Getz Clinton Bass. r rc crullers ;'
IhefrostedJayer cake crLp cookies ,
them with the ,
Theodore
of acquainting Third Grade-Uriel Woodall. -
many advantages and opportuni Bowen, Arthur Gardner, Ada crusts and muffins, fresh, clean, tasty and .

b ties this town and county offer Louise Simpson, Mattie Stanford Lucite -. wholesome with which the ready-made food
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". the homeseeker The paper will Downing, Nellie Coin, Carrie Good '
be mailed for a few weeks' to any win, Ruby Grace Bass, Tansy Bowen, found at the shdp or grocery does not corni i .

> person whose name is given us, Lenore Van Duior: Fay Tiner, Lucy ; pare. Royal the greatest of bake-day helps. .
d and if they should desire to receive Herd Sulia Gruham, Grace Elt'snor'Gravell. t

i it regularly thereafter we-, Stella Crowe, Mar H' Rhodes. I ROYAL COOK BOOK--800 RECEIPTS-FREE .. .A'
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would bv glad to put them on our Myra LuMartin, Mattie Wheeler. i Send Name and Address. ,

i subscription list at the regular Fourth GnuU A division I U u L h y 3 NO...re..sa raearll co,h'W Jabl. '\
rirtes' -$1 per year 50, cents for Duke, Blanche DUMP/ ,(')\\o: Outlaw. '" m '-1
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six monthx ielen Reed! !, Irene Reed Mary: Tiller ,
h Frances/ Tress/ 1&: ]gar, Bryan Heard The Iliiptist' ..1.r.1, t 1. K ""a veal< of :\
Meek Henry SingletaryStratton!.t ManhJi.ti: ; ), R.| .\ V\ It '. ,,11' 01 l Ow--nslMMo. *
The exhibitions at Daytona the lust Story. Dr. Nowlin I IK one ol II" alil.it j1r"i'I.I ci of Ili"I , FRANCIS LABADIE '

week in March will give (lie !People of It divjHion Clara Tint. Mary Tanner and t-ilitoi, (of ui' >"iuti., , ".1 I. m hili) I pnnii' : [ C. T. U. I'

I this section a splendid opportunity to Karl Barber and ,,r,'.u'h-r" Ur ,T. 1'. 1 E "it"n raid oI,i |him,, : |, ( of Human _

this famous aviator in actual flying Fifth Gfnd.MvrtlO/ Whi i feats see to witness the fast automobilerace Hansel, Clirintinv, Ivey, Nome DriKgora happy anil rare gill of la .MJT itMc, to dwell| upon u i e at the Opera House on I ". "" Ctirixtun T..mJ\'ran ;

on the mont famous beach in the Katie, Tho "I'I/Oon./ Mary Hyde without beionnni' in thi. I l-nst tin'/innuIK. rings! / Th<. A nll'rH'lIn Woman L(' el'clcd the follow'mj ofli-

world, and visit what is acknowledged Margaret SUmford Gussic Winn, Margaret faith nine for a I ,li\titd.! until (he, saitils.. As ; 'II"h'd our people with .. / ... current year: President/ .
1' to be the prettiest winter resort in the ( Anderson Helen I' -rd'w. Elsie Nowlin has (the art. of ben 1 x minute Wthuut| "' .,nl, <'ntt'rtninim'ntn / Aultmtin"; vice presidents, '

country. DietEssie Hall/O./ Charlie Kogero confuhion ; whose l.uiMuaro. ,m "
Willie Getz Roscoe Roberson, Jim straint and easy without weaknesH Happy| .. night, the 24th, at th, ; treasurer Mrs Ban4'
.u Barber, Gerald Rivers Richard Bullock prea< hing. .... will, Ix their master I / ,," secretary Mm J.

a Editor S. J. Tnplett of the Kjssim- Harold Woodall Bradley Harris, The people of the Baptist church-and the (' ) I ahailu1.! the ' ,. '; r<'('onhng.r..tary., !Mr 1
mee Valley Gazette, has been appointed Leonard Karl forward to the corning of Dr. I"owlm with fondest of I fiuman character i ; superintendent mothers

} a delegate to the.Ameriean Academy Sixth Grade-Lorena Ferris Glenn motto is : "Trust God and .work Let MS join Miss Lillian Jurgen. , Morrow; entertainment, :
i of Political and Social Science to beheld Rose Beulah Alvey, Clarence Cramer, Mr. l.abudio is conceded the Moon; Luperintendentliter- 'j

I in Philadelphia, Pa., on April 7th Amy Makinson Prator Gilbert, Earle .. of.human character .. I \ May Lewis .

and 8th. We know of no men who can Berli, Eddie Campbell Lois Johnson, today, and wherever he notice. the meetings
better serve this section of Florida in Ruth Harvey ,which has been 1n"alm monthly. The last meet l':

I the Important meeting. Governor Gil- Seventh Grade.-Abbie Harris, Celeste in the Union, he has .. unusual merit ,Mrn S. S.
I christ used good judgment his selection Mosvley, Dora Newman Elizabeth iKISSllIIlIIEE: BIIPTIST i: princes[ interpolators. He an' interesting talk on

p'': of him as a delegate. Orlando Re; Porch, Lillian Prentis Maurine Dann, a naturgj! humor that its need. Mrs. Phillips !

porter-Star. Myrtle Collier Mattie Belle Harris, O i', nt<'n -=-- .- Marie Boyd Thelma Dann.; > for all itt liten 1 jinto th* 'Him"*,"' I i while) l in the classics, I I for the D. C. Cook pub-' a

i Park Trammell for Governor. Ninth Grade-Aby Newman Nathan BUNYAN STEPHENS: ..J'L'. endowments lend life, I r .
I to his work. His .. '
Bryan Edward Newton Eva Woodall :- invite all ladies to atI
If Throughout the State there Is already Eleanor Moseley. ORDER OF ;! : wide range from the .. 7"W.'I meetings but urge upon I'

considerable speculation aa to who will Tenth Grade-Lacy Johnson, Rosa 'IOI NJN"-lI .\. ;\ humorous sketches, to the I h tul consideration of a
offer a* candidates for the office of Gov Newman, Jean Thomas. .> j powerful dramatic' .. .. : should enterest every true <
ernor. There have been several gentlemen Eleventh Grade-Inez Carson, Cor- Piano Prelude>rof. I auk them to join with us ':.1 1
ti suggested candidates,, College. Labadie's
as potential rinne Gilbert. i repertoire tat purge society of the
most of those thus mentioned being .. . ..- Doxology and Invocation., ) "King Lear" ,that ever darkened the "
-' '' -- --- Hymn 85- "Joy to the World. '
men of unquestioned ability and charac Scripture Reading. Venice," "Oi lJo." "The tea the hopes of human

ter. But reviewing the situation froman A MUSICAL TREAT ", Prayer. : : \ : and Pythias- ile w* rejoice that our pwn ,,':-
impartial standpoint, it 'appears to ,h' i" H mn'l38-"In the Cross of ; \ ; :; ." and others ,*.": -so admired Iw travel. p 0'
,- ; .., Offertory-Violin\ Solo-Frof. I '\ I ' '.', - - ---- -- -"
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stands out .
us "that the one man who 'I ? .. ,. nil .saloons '
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the to tile office: ; as a Will Be Given Our People' Tonight ) Pythian :' I ....
among aspirants .. t; : .,(.I"I; Invitation 117-leartbe Cross. Sisters : "ct.o r boys, still even : '. 1}
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.. peak upon the plains, is Park Trammell' at the Auditorium.Tonight \of1i' : members of Kisstimmee may 1 o need of eternal vig. 1
',rl; at present attorney general\>f Florida BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES against subtle tempta-
21, Pythian !Sisters: are ;
at the School Auditorium the of ,
The
,There are men fitted for high office Subject: Holy Spirit our be present at their lodge the foe with which we con- IJ
Columbia Concert -
College Companywill I
4. 4 whose opportunities have not been such -headed. A literary pro- .
The EVENING SERVICES day. March 23d, at 7:30:
r give a most pleasing concert. :
.. to secure for them the knowledge of for each meeting
"Tell Me the Old degree staff is especially r
company is composed of Prof. W. (G. Song Service-
essential
'I their worth by the people to .
served A cordial
Uttermoehlen head of the musical de- 361 "Wonderful Pea be pre nt. Refreshments ;
t' political success There are other men 237 "I know whom I after the meeting.. extended to visiting as ,
it who enjoy a wide acquaintanceship,but partment of Columbia college, together Prayer. ladies.Corresponding. "
Mrs. Lessie
,who do not measure up to gubernatorial with four other members of.the facultyof Song 207-"Where He Leads Me Secretary
atand rd.. But Mr. Trammell has the the college of music of theabove in- Offertory 422-"Precious Name." M. of R. .. _ __ ,
Sermon. <'rB for sale at this
The will of office
stitution. program consist "
advantage of a splendid record of public 4. Making Curry.
is
"Jesus
Invitation 186- ; Calling.
r&nrttntrm'.. ... .... ] 100.
th. need
music and .. being ..
Lrtt service which has not only made him --- --- -- -- -- making curry always .
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s a familiar figure in the affairs of thee in their.highest perfection the piano, g' At 3:30 each afternoon during the spoon. Irob spoons I. blotters tor sale at this
+4 'state, but has demonstrated that l he has violin-cello and possibly other instru the Woman's Missionary Union of the eplces. cents .1

R* the''capacity to All the high position ofgovernor ments. er services in the Bible class room. _.
of the congregation are -
;Z !'" with ability equal to any ofFlorida's It is claimed: that Prof. Uttermoehlen i. present. .
has no superior a. a musician. -
'fr' illustrious executives. !
:;, In accordance with the action of the 4
e' His natural ability I.supplemented by Every number on the program will' be day plans for an evangelistic ..
lf: experience in'both the legislative and rendered by an artist in that line In under way. Dr. W. D. Nowlin of : ,In order to reduce our stock of fine sets of ,
':':" 'administrative branches of state speaking of Professor Uttermoehlen, is to be with us jo do the' : : .
v government recommended byall who know dishes we offer you the following plan .
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the Paris Texas Advocate
( ) Daily say:
having served in both branch '
\\I for great meeting work hard for I.
d : "'! of the legislature a total of three sessions "Mr. Uttermoehlen.proved himself a trust God for results.

,/ 1 andnow<<_? rounding out a four- master of instruments; he handled wit!1 The music committee is making HANDSOME '
1; ," J. 'years' term as attorney general. His equal grace the piano the eel'.. and for a large choir under the ,

l a record extending over these Important violin. He is a brilliant and masterful leader. SET OF DISHES &
,-. pianist cellist The pastor has appointed several
positions is such as to give an earnest a sterling a remarkably ,
asks that each memoes- of these .
f' of faithful .. graceful and polished violinist. Wh.at-
and,competent public service tees meet at the church 1 AT AUCTION ;
i S if called to the. position of chief executive ever he undertakes accomplishes\ o'clock to pray and plan. for.the .
*a t with intelligence under his finger or On Display in Window .->"
our
P A self-made man who has risen from bow may be; heard the rippling streams, A HEARTY WELCOME ""
rL the singing birds the soughing woods
comparative poverty and obscurity to Commencing
tomorrow morning Saturday Marcia 18
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mood of nature. lasting
man or
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;,honorable position, a man of irreproachable .
until
3 private ,,life, splendid mental endowmenta The proceeds of the entertainment following Saturday night we will accept bids on aLe set of dishes ''7 r '

. : ripe experience e and broad wHr be used for the-Woman's Leagueand following described below and shown in our window '

yt1 "''Craap of public affairs, he is the topical the School Athletic Association. A FINANCIALJtfPORT year ending Tickets will be ready for yon to mark tbe amount yon are 'welling '

r s facandidate for go.rnor-and if 'he 'offers record breaking crowd is 'expected and Amount re to pay and will be placed in sealed envelopes, to be opened Monday, :"t'

4r' :: aa candidate, other aspirants had a most excellent.. program assured. Of the Village Improvement Sodety treasurer : March 27, and sold to highest bidder. {
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aa well decide to post their ambitions. I.
Receipts
"t"Lakeland News March. 3, 1911. lard of Thanks., for: Year Ending January, 1911. We reserve, the right to'accept more than one bid.Bids '
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I The American Woman's League desires Almost every city in Florida}haq some Total Received UntilSaturday '
ON MARCH 30TNA to' express their thanks to those kind of an organization women whose For I f'
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.. I who took- part in the mock trial last object is to make their city more beau- Benches for Night March 25thOpened

Tuesday night. They particularly appreciate tiful and otherwise advance its interest, "
Street
sv Rare Treat. Will Be Given Our the kindness of Mr. Crawfordand although some of them do but little Palmetto /

,r:' I People by the V. I. S. Mr. Willson in substituting at the work along that line, But the one here- Monday, March 27th K 1 iI I!
l'c last hour' for those unable to appear in the Village Improvement Society-is "
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sc ,Many good things have been fur- their parts. To Miss Smith also is due composed of aa energetic, enterprisingset Sundry ,
if nished our people the past few months credit for her willingness to take her of women.'ever banded together HERE IS THE DESCRIPTION OF' THE SET

i by the different' ladies organizations part, although: the lines having failedto anywhere in America. Since Its organ- Balance on 100 piece Dinner Set.,4'Raddison" Ware, handsomely trimmed Cot ;
rr ,in the shape of amusements, but the reach her...ahe had! no chance to commit xatlon: the members have either paid with pale green and gold design. feet contains soup I
"' :Village Improvement Society has in them. Not the least Total tureen two serving dishes, one covered and two open vegetabl
appreciated the expensed or induced the city or dishes soup; dinner and dessert
plates, .
kdItore etc
3 for March 80th, the richest ..
,;; the were the service of Mr. Chas Bandy county to do so, of laying, much sidewalk .
rarest treat of the season. We are who so kindly consented to take chargeot setting out palms and shade trees -'

oat going to tell Kissimmeeites until next the ticket. office and otherwise aided in maldnaKlulm- CASH HARDWARE '
week what form this treat will take '' ST' IE
'f Mrs. Stanford, mee the city of beauty and health It I. Beys over ,
y bat all can rest assured' that nothing Mrs A Itman, today. Th, society meets regularly? girls over .
Ir JDOI"e'!enter tabling baa ever com this .Mr*. Winn and its metftbers are hard and persistent land KISSIMMEE, FLA. /

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:TneKlsslmmeeValleu, Gazette I Mr. H. C. Fox' op of our winter resi. Cement or tile aidewalke. Guarant The show window at the Cash Hard I Mr and. Mrs. L.C. Makinson who
ham, rf. ''Y., for Tampa: this week, where toed reveL riKht. Allerton ,.
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ware Store is.
t i , certainly a thing of have spent the past two months in this
.ti\ TBLEPHONK. NO;* t. ,. inthe,, city, ( spend a few days -'before rem &: Demg. '/ 8-tt. beauty, and Mr:Paxton, the courteous I city the guest of their brother and sister

y ,..PUBLISHED EVERY- FRIDAY The, ,W|> to' her home in Pennsylvania? .Mr. and Mrs! D; Carrol, and ton "manageV is deserving of-much praisefor Mr. and Mrs W. B, Making, .

L -BY-' offering r John Ruesell,-of, Los Angeles, Floyd of Marion, Iowa, who are spend-, such a display; of his artistic:.work. left op; Tuesday night, ,for their',home- k

"' W.Weather. s. FIAPRs i duce stock: large dealer }In celery and other ingHhe. winter in this city declare the The Window must be seen to be appreciated at' PitUburg, Pa. Mrs. 'Maklrvson da*,.

'. i1 is.aue. . spent a few days in'this city, climate here is unsurpassed! far excelling ...nd'wel, advise, our Klaslm'meefrienda' lighted our people with a/song/ recital

---------1, looking after business" in his that of California in which state to pay it a visit before :the at the 'opera-bouse during her. stay ,
'Mrs. E. P. ,
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Cloud'are ; ; they own a beautiful home where they shifted here which was- the society event of wl
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' .': ,;" Report I City the guest 'Mrs. H..R.. Overstree't have have spent the past dozen winters. ,The'Pauley Jail Building Company of the season. 1(,,

., ". Johnson rfMr.'Thomas Sanford, where Mr. Overstreet Mrs. A. Thomas, mother of Mr. A. E.' St. Louis, have submitted plans for Aviator McCurdy will give a series ++

engaged for the next'few weeks Thomas of., upPer Main street, arrivedin Osceola County's new jail building, of five flights In 'toe two days, two of
. Following are the daily ternperatures celery and other produce on which have been accepted the the most of which will be
C. L. at Plant .. the city from Altoona PA, the.mid. by com* interesting a
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\-t and precipitation M Tuesday and > die of February, and will remain the rn tree and bids will at once be called race with the fastest automobile on the
the' ,
reported by Government pleasant call. Mrs. A. .S. Rose, ot Rose guest of her son until late spring, or for. The plans tall inr.a building similar famous Daytona beach, npted as the
station at Kissimmee for, the to that at Gainesville' is fastest automobile speedway' in the y
until there is 'a
., who have been spending no further danger to expect -
week ending Mar. 16, ..1'911.r Miss \ handsome structure and I world ard 'a flight', high altitude
fie guests of Mr. and Mrs. from 'the cold in .her .Northern being prison ,
MAX III" BAIM visiting I at the Park Hotel. returned home; jailor's residence.combined. from the beach over the towns of Seam
the past breeze, Daytona Beach, the broad Hall-
. ,7:--84 48 , week. Mr. Will; M. Cheleroix
r Friday Wednesday.. The Layman's Lbuse/of ,
meeting will be heldon fax river and the city of Daytona.The f
y Saturday . , 84 ft and Mrs. Frank Walker and Sunday afternoon at 8:00 Pa. who has beer, in this'section a few
: o'clock at
Sunday . . , \ 56 57 Mr. H. E. M. Underhill of Baasinger the Methodist church, it being'the Intention weeks, spent Monday and Tuesday series of flights is being arranged;'

-' Monday , $6 62 . Ocala, .to by auto on Wednesday and to have it alternately at ..thedifferent with his former fellow-townsman, Mr. by the Hotel Men's Association/ of Daytona f
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Tuesday.,. . ". .. 86 69 , Convention yesterday shopping In the city churches. A full attendancewill A. J. Meisner, and was so Impressedwith arid. the Daytona Board of Trade,
63 . city this wee the numerous which Vre extending a cordial invitation
Wednesday ; 82 home today. be appreciated and the meetingsare advantages our city
v Thursday . '. 73 53 Judge J. W. ; interesting. Brother Smith offers the homeseeker that it 'Is more' to all persons to visit Daytona, the
of some A. E. Drought has moved his very than probable he will decide to make prettiest Winter resort in the world, at
will lead the meeting.Mr .
Cloud in order to; Be'near- that time toy witness the
extensive ; I to St. his permanent home among us. exhibitions Y

the city this and Dr. Taylor of that and Mrs. J. H. Hamersen.and There will be no charge to wltne.s'theaviation g
NMMN- ------ moved his family to.Mr.. 'children, who have spent the winter in Mr. J. E. >Moseley, of Gotha was in- exhibitions and welcome sighs 1

Mr. H. vegetables."r place on the Island. this section, left Wednesday. forMillto".n the city Wednesday and Thursday of will be hung' everywhere about the
1 ing at the this week attending to business mat '
'LOCALflELD.wyv Wis. Mr. Hameraen stated city. .
THE
i. I Duke, aeroplane flights are ters. Mr. MOllel y recently purchased 1 1Messrs
i Wednesday at Daytona March,28, .29 and pn leaving that he,was unable at present practically the entire town of Gotha William Davis and son William 4

Colonel and J. A. D. McCurdy one of to state definitely) whether or not which he has sttice disposed of to Mr. J. Davis of Ph nixvllle. Pa., arrived

---.AN11.- 1 WMra. + pioneer: aviators will make a they would return here next season, but Geo. W. Johnson of Nebraska, who in the city Tuesday on a prospecting -
have been
In his Curtiss biplane. he hoped thatJuoo'would be the case. trip andlf.i they find conditions,
flights /
Ira Bass was a visitor to Tampa this winter, proposes to brig n a large number of
,-'i a Sunday. II I I I home at Mrs. Wm. Bixby, of Vinton, Mr. Glenn W. Bates is another the settlers from tie West and colonjze it. here as reprewfited and become to them will purchase ,
property permanent
I good people from Hill dale, Mkh.
who'ha
Mr Dozier Leitner visited Bartow I Chief : who have spent the winter in Mr G.. "i. MacDonough, of Phoenix residents. The Messrs. Davis are
II been added to our city's population ..
on Sunday! !'| railway .. l occupying one of the Far he arriving her Saturday night. Mr. yule Pa. wlio is one of bur regular friends of Mr. G. M. MacDonougb, who }

Mr.L.I Ifc Hill and family have I|I portion of left this week for their St. i DateR is delighted with onr superb climate winter visitorn .leaves tomorrow for has them in tow, and will see that they <<.

moved to Stal ke. Flu. days in the \ but will stop enroute at hospitable people and productive J tile North much to the regret of all I are ahbwn everything worth seeing In ..
and other I east coast towns.
i who have had the pleasure of this section.
meetinghim. I
Hon. Arthur E. Donegan was a San- Mr: M. C. soil, and says his only regret is that he '
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ford visitor this week. week for Ruth Bass daughter of.Mr.. and did not know of Kissimmee ten years Mr. greatest]MflcDonough is one of Khvsimmee's I Vice-President.and General; ManagerE.
boosters and has
Ky., to spend A. Bass, returned! -Sunday ago. II. Coapman of the Southern Rail
Judge G. F. Parker was a visitor to to> return in where she has been at- been the means of bringing many good road and down
Company wife
came
Jacksonville on Monday. school for several! monlhs. She Dr. and Mrs. 11. W. Sigworth of An, people from Pennsylvania here who .
Mr. C. C. ]Iowa, who I located from Washington D. C., for a short t
have It
amosa been spendingsome <, permanently. i is hoped he
home
Try nome of that delicious Japanese Tuesday for the new! visit with their aunt and uncle Mr. r;
colony* spent time in Kissimmee, guests of Mr. can see his way clear to return to us
in the: lower Kissimmee ,
fruit at Porter & SOD'H Grocery. 12-H and Mrs. G. H. Newbouse. Mr. Coap I"
riefs in this cit
and Mrs. H. C. Stanford started for shortly, for a man'of his caliber is too
Mrs. Munse and daughter, residentsof ted caller at the-North Tuesday morning. Dr. Sig- good Bn asset for a town to lose. man was very favorably impressed with ,[

Uavenport, sl|>c.it yesterday in the I|' N. Ingraham, who has been worth has some holdings at St. Cloud, the progress Kisajmmee is making in ,(
Millinery / ; i i25th Th* Gazette is in the of and
Valley of
I has receipt a way improvements, predicted .
city. several days in Kissimmee upon which he been erecting a business (

M J It I Mr and Mrs Wm. Webb of Oklahoma line -Friday of Elzee I (>sdav for his home at Moore- building, and expects to return I letter represented from Mr.the O.Bowman L. Blanchard Realty Co.who in a great future for Kissimmee. r,

left on Sunday for their Western hats. Miss ) Mr. Ingraham was delighted next winter. the auction sale of Iota in Lincoln Mr. G. M. MacDonough. of Phoenix-' 1
country, and will probably re.-<<: Pa who Is ,1vl
home.Mr.. I I McCurdy's recent attempted over- I/eights a month ago saying that he ville spending the winter ,w, I
On account several l of his friends to lo- in this and has
J. C. Moore, the obliging phar County Clerk i the-sea flight from Key" West to Havana fad disposed of lot 11, section 2, at city operated quite extensively :
; in real estate in.this ft:
macist of the Osceola;Pharmacy,visited has made him the most talked-of Campbell to Mre W. W. Prather of section
Tampa on Sunday. 'proceedings. of the W. H. M. S. and I aviator in the world at the present Atlanta, Ga., who'would atone begin state that the outlook Tar the summer- "" t!
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." I sioners S., of the Methodist church time. His most important work was building a vhandsome and up-to-date is most flattering, as he daily receives :ij4y
Mr. L. D. Davis t:>f New Smyrna, from In '
the ;
Inquiries North f
persons as
'Mr. C. E. all missionary societies undoubtedly his wireless experiments, residence upo 1t. Mr. Blanchard ownsa
several days in the city this the conditions \ {
spent tanooga of the other churches in carried on with.!!, M. Horton a wire- tract of eight hundred acres in the to prevailing in this town I
week on business. I I and the writer in \t.
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Monday. Mr. next Wednesday afternoon, less expert and McCurdy has the distinction Campbell section and thinks that he county every

We are pleased to learn that Mrs. F. twenty acres I at the chapter house. All of having'sent the first wireless will experience no difficulty in disposing saying it is their Intention to comets. ,'

W. Stalker is recovering from her recent he has had put are ,interested in la-I message ever sent from an aeroplanein of it to Northern homeseekers before Florida in the next few month. id

serious illness. ? a fall crop of ipvlted. flight. \ the summer closes. [additional local. on page..10J] :i

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and its sight ia ai,' beautiful''one.. Here ,

'. ,The' More, You Sunshine and Flowers hundreds of .tourists come as ,pleasure

r The Better We { seekers, to escape the wintry blasts of : e,
it .. .- I """""""""" tho North trig to enjoy this semitropical .S INC.-.

This Haudsotno Plorl"aalJ..aallllo > l [continued from page ,21] climate :

+ Will Pay You MereaPer Gent '1 One might feel fhat taming,to this
m'one country'during, the wln\ rmonths sim- r .. rr
this river ot the! most ,
don your Investment. Just :around the streams in America. Jts ply as tourists with nothing to dp but u I

corner'ter of Kissimmeethe from-'the busy lot business alone' being cenr big ( steep and several feet high eat and sleep would soon partake of

worth a neat sum. This- handsome ,crest dir_ !! .dined for;; miles on both) aides : monotony and become exceedingly '
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.' Florida stone .bungalow Is cleverly\ and i ; aldt"n growth of palm and cedar tedious, but nature has Made this a :
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,.planned.....stone'pillars. slops, etc. Elegant faced !', and thick with underbrush of: paradise for the pleasure seeker-and REAL[ ESTATE[ w. !
Interior finish' of hard pine, pdl- St. :
Ished floors art flrl'plaet's.-annitary ter" ....,, which took exactly like the 1 afford"boater unusual facilities for the fisherman ,
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) plumbing-roofed with arbeatbsshitrgles/ Price } ( we Northerners grow in flower- and banter, so thetourist
f which are absolutely fireproof. indestructible and call\ palms. You can scarcely can find plenty of diversion. This variety -
and will) last a life tinie. < I accompanied by good. living and
g ne the scene, as the trees along .
A beautiful Florida home or will rent !" 1 !
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} unboun/led' of Southerner .
hospitality the
'' at more than seven per cent on the low t bank stand guard over the waters. ,,
I wind iu renders a stay in Florida both delightful
price of J..MIOOf and out for !miles. IS'
Through the! courtesy of our captain!, and! interesting. -
Hero IM Another Brnit New KlorldoLocated '| opportunity was given'us to'sit in I From; St. Petersburg we crossed! the
h'' '8..nlZalo". town : ( : pilot house, where we could better bay again to Tampa, where we made a MY'r

i right on tilt turner of 11 fine light I the magnificence of this beautiful --short"7lBy. is here that the tourist .
business lot and within one block.flf> the forts | I In factv.ach day an,the eVo'IfIilljtIpII"gth..nl'd listens to the romantic story of Henry

business. center of Klssimmeu. TUrreis go: \\ { members of the* B. Plant, the man who undertook to do 8U SIN E
a business demand for thin lot right
. now handsome business building to bell. were attracted to the pilot house for 'the west coast of Florida what
af a
be erected',) right next to "It )1\\ OIHIBusiness -. ' { ( the cj e could yet reach for miles, Henry M. Flagler has done for the east.
I cannot go the other'wily an we were reluctant to allow\ nightfall lie worked up by the same path as theoriginal J
Main street ends that way. Hen" is a the shut off our view of this beautiful Vanderbilt-the owner of boats?
profit within one date '
L sure to any one who wants year a line from modernhome . an (' .. scene.On and railways. Then, after he had gath- .

during the meantime. Kent Hove : : both sides of this river..hack a ered into his possession a dozen ,millionor ,\
quick: at $2G a month- big demand for way from the shpre, arc.many more, he began to dream! of what : ; '
t houkes in Kismmmee. This is built, fit l..ndlil of and wonders lie might accomplish with thisimmense \"
Just like the bungalow described, alshveI groves oranges other I :
but is directly on. Main .street SNAPat fruits. In Tact, some of the Jejune, and among bluer AND'I
I '. ,.$..1R00A ( I ('('at groves in the country are along things decidetfUo build for the tourist
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river many of them owned by and pleasure \eeker such a palace or
l>utidy'Llttlo Farm, heaved and you{ (' I capitalists. One of these de- hotel as neither\Florida nor any other
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In Cultivation: at the I'nccof Undeveloped home. ilusn .... especial mention, aK it was a state in America ad ever seen. In thecenter 1 [ HAVEBARGAINS <
1 bond to Kay Not hi tin; of ,
,i sight 'covering :lliI( ) acres, of a vast harden, on the banks
E 4- the House to bo Thrown in. of and I stretching\ along the river for six of a small streaiy, he built this 9fiMK-( );

12 acres in suburbs of Kissimmee the trees laden with the poten- 000 structure, looking more like a pal- 1
building lots sub-division on one Hide, high I gold. We were told that in 11)09) ace than a hotel, it i is a purely OrientaleOllc..ption.
houses on other. This fine little .farm late fruit from this. Bold .' An immense building, emproidered -
1 grove for $10-) '
has /5 arCfeSTindcr cultivation--five-room )pert. I .
house Xnot plastered! but almost new) and ) on (he trees. with ivy, and topped with ;
,all unde fence and worth $225, an acre. some Hut I must not stay longer on this white towers and minarets' Inside are :
Beat bargain you will find! in many these spot for fear I tire my rare tapestries! rugs statues, paintings (j I
day. All for $1,200. tracts. )(
... After following\ this river-for, ( ant antique cabinet. I -
I forty-five miles, this beautiful After the death of Henry B. Plant, I ,

Don't fail to write me I trip was brought( to a close"for thi; whole property passed into the '1' ,. ,
kind II' Its banks lies the pretty little city of possession of the city of Tampa. Theexclusive '
and ask all the '
r Myers, and here on Sunday morn- garden is now a park, and 1

r ,r have answered. I will send about 10) a. m., our steamer'was! both hotel I and park stands as part of

and and thus ended four and half Tampa's attractions for the aight-
give you facts---All I a
II of wholesome and, almost. unmili- seer. Above all else, Tampa is a "Cityof .
I enjoyment. Cigars. I It is the largest center

I I wish I might go more into detail of for the manufacture of cigars 1 in the R. D. W j

I .. interesting trip, as there were world..! Every week day in the year a ring

little incidents worth'y of men- million Havana cigars are rolled into

I and many spots along the way shape in Tampa's one hundred and fifty ,

I in historic. interest. factories and sent out in their, cedar
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e passed in sight of forts oc boxes, bringing( to their maker more
many
r .. j I bv-inus( troops during the Sem- than a million dollars a year. This i industry Rooms 1 and 8 State Bank Building,

Indian tfar. Each post ..OOI''u- gives work to nine thousand
... was called a fort, and named after highly paid experts. It is one of the *'
.. "- -- officer in command.' These(' places unique sights( of Florida to see a Work

.......... ass'aaSa4a4........ interest were pointed out to us. by room in a Tampafactory where several KISSIMMEE[ : FLORIDA.
.1. captain of our little steamer, who hundred Cubans sit, men and woYnen, .

./- QUALITY"A us our guide, and who even landed rolling cigars with incredible swiftness. oJ. .
or two and allowed us to set foot I 1 cannot dwell longer( on the interesting "

Ideal historical ground.,! things. of Tampa or even of our .
t I* .. as. I mentiunud before; we trip. for already I have consumed too ---=- -= -' :: .
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cll'd Fort Myers on a Sunday morn- space ,. --
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but still eating and, sleeping'on We visited Mitktr interesting points J rt .I.lU'FEIt
Preside<< >t. Vlc..I.'dcnl.
: Celery Lettuce : the Lillie. before our return, and I might run on k( Si-crrtmry. 1.

.:; ., ,,' Tomatoes Cantaloupes a 'clmax, to the delightful time for pages yet., telling of what we saw '

;,' ' : yed by us all on.; this'trip, our cap and enjoyed. > ; .
T Send for booklet, tendered the ladies We .ana/ now planing for a trip along KISSIMMEE DUMBER( CO. .
:: J Hy; ;; our FLORI.DA: ; : : of the party a II .
:. ".! .tains directions for, raising; all the auto ride over the city..Dur- the east coast. to Aiigustine, Palm \
i1". Beach, Miami Key West and possiblyon
i State carefully: revised and brought this time we had an opportunity of ; .
t cessful grower.. No publication on ; the "beautiful winter home of to Havana, and at I some future timeI .

t? i practical advice. All gardeners should ; A. Edison, situated on the barks' may be able to tell you something of Rough and Dressed ,.. '

i of the small home garden to the : the river, and truly a picturesque interest from this trip, as the east coast >

:: found the special IDEAL formulas that it is, with the beautiful home and along the great Atlantic 'is considered

h+ :: by careful study of actual field results. : the latter thick with royal without in the question far South.the most magnificentview PINE LUMBER T r
ing perfectly balanced and from the and all kinds of tropical trees
i the BEST and make MONEY. i flowers, driveways, fountains, and With best wishes to home friends, I .
Mrs. C.. A Coil
1 Call on our representative, Waters else that it takes to make an ideal am, -

:; pany, or address : in Florida. This was only one of -. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYu ; f'Ii':

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i ,j Jacksonville, .' of the Caloosahatchee river. - -- -- ibex )COOOCOQOOOCQCOCOQCDDC'I

...........{.{................... Monday morning Mr. Cole and Their Unceasing: Work Keeps UStrong t'I.
bid a reluctant tarewell to our -- -
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( pvty, they returning to Kissim- .
by the same route. the blood in the body passes

being our desire to visit other through the kidneys once every three I
I1 minutes. The. filter the blood..
kidneys
rs' expe along the west coast, we \'e- k
,t it's They work( night and day. When
world by rail, going from Fort Myers c.!
healthy they' remove about 600 grainsof
r'I by not Here we boarded a steamer .
p, I crossed Tampa' Bay and down impure matter daily, when unheAlthy ,: ,

is the the Manatee river to Braden- \ some part of this impure matter Is

stay Here the scene changed. The left in the blood This brings on many
5E break diseases and symptoms-pain in the
v B of of man modified and reinforced the .
SUREAWUTPLUMBING back,-headache, nervousness, hot, dry
be o( nature,- and the union has I '
; AND in the perfect loveliness of kin, rheumatism, gout, gravel, disor- "
HEATING THE homes,, of flower beds of roses, ders of the eyesight and hearing, dizziness -
T irregular heart.-debility drowsiness I
# as are grown in our. Northern hot-
bushes of pink and white ole- deposits in the urine, etc. But If Ii

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Mrs. J. H Beaman Lake street, i'
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r of beautiful palm trees. Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I have takenDoan's : .
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I I we homes saw,here is not in an the uncommon way of *V. them very beneficial. I obtained this ": -.t

We through Florida, for,, dotted In- remedy when suffering from kidneyand ;r
I ntly along the 'picturesque bladder trouble and it brought me :
:,, so much relief that I feel justified in i
of some of the larger lakes and recommending it. 1 know that Doan'a
are palatial homes, with yards Kidney Pills can always be relied upon. i '
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Come in and let
us down' the water's with i THE MILLER
to edge, For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cts. KNOWS '
piers for' landing pleasure Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole

I These homes are set back per agents Remember for( the the United name-Doan's-and States. / that good food can't come from

I !!* a hundred yards or more and with take other.
no 0 poor flout.Get "First
REMEMBER green lawns reaching to the river, I Quality"every

present a most attractive appear- Jhe Kissimmee Library.The 0 tim by insisting on the red- r

i'+ Our Store. These lawns by the way, are and-blut "Quaker
. Kissimmee Library offers to its City" label.
with blue such
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subscribers a list of over four hundred When found
: are up North, which do not thrive on bag or barrel this .
books by the best authors, any or all of,
f ; instead. they are:planted in Bee label is the miller's direct C i, I
i which you have the privilege of reading guarantee -
.grass, which makes a beautiful for only $2, which secures a 'single of "First Quality" flour ,: r
in its setting of flowers and fruits. .. j
''$5 for a family
membership or membership -
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/C.: of these homes are owned by all- ,
W. residents, while others Capt. French, the librarian; I i
will l issue you a 'membership card for QUAKER CITY :
to persons who. come only for FLOUR MILLS 1
winter. the above amount. Library in State CO. .
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iii Brad '"town we sailed up the - Y
+ 9r''Y' iM ir&A I Manatee river and crossed the bay to Large desk blotters. .for sale at thlafftee.for : ,

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r. '. well pleased when he sees the land, many buy more after arrival.. ,..

,. is located in the hilly region of Pasco and HillsboroughCounties. The. More than Two tiuntired families have come here from other .. ''

. railroad depot, as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line railroad I Colonies state and have bpught here and the most of them

is 157 feet above sea level. Hany ot the surrounding hills rise have inands are well pleased. Over l.OQO' beads of families

to over 250 feet above sea level, and-"here is not a steeper abrupt- I have bought here representing probably 5,000 people. There is .

hill ywhere. The, soil is a reddish yellow or chocolate colored ) nd "Kickers Association" and the Colony is not on the defensive '

loam. many places clay I and rock croc out. No more productive I %/ against complaining; Colonists The, Colonists are satisfied and t

: 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 I Zephyrhills is a regular station on' the main line of the Seaboard -

200 to 50O bushels per acre. Eggplants, Onions, Cabbage, Tom Air.Line railroad, ,The station is s known\ as Abbott. All -

: toes Beans t Tobacco and in fact all farm products etc well on this I trains stop here and one may go from here into New York City

.. soH.l 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 I'"t. the Mallory S. S. from New York make regular weekly trips. Also

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

bearing rock is quartz; hence no impnnties in the_water. It is found j ** regular trips. .Also steamer connection with) Mobllf3"a.nd New,,: Or-

.. after passing through yellow or reddish clay and flint rock from 30. to ;I leans.. There is 04 doubt but what this is the best Colony\ the ;

80 feet rising in the wells to within 15 .to' 30 feet of the surface. I State in which to locate. .

Not a trace of lime sulphur! salts or other mi:1eralcan be detected. I '
You can buy a /B-acre tract of land'and receive with It a town lot for $75 casb ; or', for $82.SO p.)-
It has been analyzed and, pronounced "Pure Water. '\\ able $7.150 cash and $5 a month tor 16 mot No timber or turpentine reservations to shoo you

> off your lend Title sound; possession Immediate and absolute. ,
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:"' ,. Notice of Attachment. Mayor's Prodamation. Notice of Election. WILL YOU LET 20 CENTS A DAY STAND

In' l:mull ('()\orttb Judicial l l i"truuil of t'loriila., Under and by virtue of the power vested In In compliance with the law in such cue Osceola TitleGuarantee .

/In and for Meola CoiiltA Mary N mmliTMini lute, 1.'r. M. Murohy,Major of KlatlmmeeClty, myAe and provided Uin I hereby announced\ II BETWEEN YOU AND A HOME ? .l
lirr buxlMiiiil vt Hubert H Wallacela( Florldn. do hereby, announce, proclaim and dll' and declared that an election will be held at
B. tVall.ce, defendant. and all otherpersona St. Cloud. Ooeola\ county Florida, on Satur
Kolwrl ('laruttiat ait. election Mill be held at Pie{ City CompanyG.
; InttreHlwl In the above entitled, day April lab. 1U11, for the purpose of determining .
| Hall lu paid' City, during the l legal l boura ot
herelp.lter. do- whether or not the following described
cuap, or Grey ' the laude tub March A. You 4
\voting on Saturday the day of can buy a
territory shall become a Special Tax School
">ribed D. 1911, for the purjioieof the followingo ---
': You wIlNake.uollethlLI on the 20th day ot .jcera to'ierre term of one year, vie.. : dutrlot.via: -: i P. GARRETT
;
,Inolltuted.11.1".1 you. Beginning lb.fortheaetcorner. at a po'IDtOQ Marjager.?
October. 1U10\ ,-.nail war One Mayor, ,
lid"..... H. V Hm.. lu the Circuit lburbof the One Clerk ", the Meander line of Lake Emit Tohopeiali- ... \
1 ., Till Judicial Circuit, of Florida. In and for OHIO61 V Oue Marshal and Tar Collector, ga,,salt point to be on a direct line with Ml'* I H 0 M E,
"- I." ,. a County In attachment" bf Mary Vannler and One Traaiorer. Blnippl. Aeeuue., Town of It! Cloud thence Real estate'' *" ,
ht.r husband Henry Vannler; and that writ of years allowing the Meander line westward to a point Titles examined and reported on '
auto to lerve a term of two I only
I directly In line with Columbia Avenue of Midtown Taxes for non-residents
wan Imued paid
.' attachment4 led October ! thence south to the center of Instruments real estate t
tb.Ciri-ult Court under the seal running relating to
o4
% Clerk .
by the I hereby atooolnt R. M Fvans, F. W. Stalker
of laid Court on Bald October!;.tIi. IstlO. and under and H.'111. pfann aa Inapectora and A. D. Gilbert aectlon 10, lownahlp 26, range 90 rail. thence carefully drawnCorrespondence \ w 5 jjer'cent 1,
M and by virtue of ...KJ writ ot attachment. I S, an clerk of Maid election. .. running eaat to the center of aectlon 12 town- simple Interest ;
levied the following deOlC.lbe.llo", ahlp 16, range 81 sail, thence. running north to Solicited.S.ii..BUROCK.
have upon In wltneBi whereof. I have hereunto set my
f tract or parcel of land, .11...", lying ..ndj" hand a! Mayor of maid oily, and o.uaed the anal the point of starting ,!
belt'IIIO the County of Oaneola and State of of tad. city to be hereunto afflxed thla 24th day Very Respectfully r'
) Florida" -wlt. of Febf'o..AD. 1911. J. 0. Baird Return the principal at the rate of 7.60 per month on the $1,000 4

An undivided. one.half Internal In south halt iseall[ | __ T. M. Murphy.Majoruf A. P.KI{>lIog"r. giving you TEN AND A HALF YEARS to payback' the loon.. Can ,
t' Huntilnger!
of Section twenly-Heven ((.fJ,, south half of des Klnlmmee City. I payoff the loan as soon as you like Stopping Further Interest.
And aim todetermloewho shall .
Q loutheant quarter of serve aa
j" Ion twenly.etgh1211)( > At".I:
; lweulyulne129)northe) q"arter.Dd School Trustees. of said dlitrlet for two year.next n r
Clerk'Notice :
section I Kt-.IJ J J.JtGilbert,
... i aoutu half of lection thirty.three :13): ), Section alter the election, and to flz the numberof REAL ESTATE Our plan will help you to pay off that Mortgage or Buy or Build e ra
quarterof Section mill of dlitrlot school tar to be levied and ... .. .. I
northw ..
, thirty-four (CM), and wm"mm% v mmmvmm * a Home. Why Pay RentWnte us for literature explaining our
'. all In TownUhlp twentjHvo collected annually for the aaid two ,_.. The
thlrtv five,, ((8. )
i (SO) south of gauge udrtyoneT1); )-Ea.t.. of Application for Tax following were appointed to act at geld .. iNSUR ,;tNCEExamination proposition in detail. II I.'
\ you therefor.,required to appear. to the lion, C. U.J Cox, Inspector; A. 11. Kinney inSpector I
are Sections 5Z4and .
I -.aldaetlonon'tb. Rule Day lu May UII. the Deed Under) :John U, DeGrawIDllpeclior: J. O. Mo- of Titles a S 'JI.A.. :c .A.. ::eD: 23CL:: E OOb.4I.A.::: ::: '

acme being the lit day of May 1111 1. and that I 575 General Statutesof New, clerk. CURRY. BUILDINQ TAMPA. FLORIDA
will be entered- Done by order of the Board of Public Inatruotlon a
Judgment
thereof ;
lu default State of Florida
., 'ou' thg ',. Oaoaola County, this. tub day of March, Specialty.
agalnat .
baud and Seal this 30th day of January 111 K. E. Brown Ohm. Pro tern. )'
Itoeaa my W.J. Sears Superintendent [Seall Corresoondence Solicited. C. A. CARSON, President A. C. BRYAN, BXOSETAJI', '
A. D. 1911. Notice li herepv: given that W. J, Sear, pnribaner
C. F PREVATT, -- -- --------
of Tax Certlflcatei No 502 of Jab O. 1899;
Sheriff or Oiceola County No 300 of July S, 1 O1. and No. IOC of July 1. Citation of Administration.. The WatersCarson
L' JJ.: :cO.A.LLJSTEessiC.xnee's ::
U Kft it P.Imer.Attorney 1107( has filed Mild Certificate In my office,and
for Plaintiff ha.madeapplh'atlonfortax deed to Semite. In In Court: of the County Judge, State of I:lorldaEatattt : I Y :
accordance with law Said Certificate embrace of Stella O. Wright Oweola County- -
i land and notice to Credltora: Well :ODrlllerin
NOTICE. the following deacrllwd lying
Florida South half Jill persona having debta or demands againat Grocery
Onceola CompanyWholesale
a being Jn County : :
' Notice. hereby given ih.t.t the Hciuion ol of northwest quarter of Section :25, and aouth Tha Estate of Stella a. Wright, deoeaaed. I prepared to drillARTESIAN
., t the Legislature. of the Slate of Florida In and went quar'erof northeast qu.rt.ero' Section 28, hereby required to present the same, duly authenticated ,

: for 1911 at'Fallahawee. application will bo Township 2.\ Sonth, Range. Jt.AIao Lot 4, within the time required by law, WELLSin I and Retail Dealers inQROCERIES- l,
. I .. for thepaaaage of a law for e.eatJolI.od of and all peraoh Indebted to said Estate are required e
...ads of Block of 8. F. Ry.Oo'a Survey KIMlm'l'
-T"' tabllr.hlng a drainage dl.trlchl and for the mee City ;aald Unda being aaaeaaed at to make Immediate payment to any section of r'lorida. I

i alley of the upper 8V Johns River, embracing iMiiaore. of aald certlflcajea; In name of H. N.Ureeniilde A. K. DROUGHT
portion of Volnala, Orange Brevard, OllC Ol., Unknown, and Belle Stone, re '' Admlnlatralor EataW of Stella 0. Wright Doceaaed. -
,."",.. and Bt. Lucle Counties, FlorloV and providing spectively.Unlfim 'I' &-tf Ten years of successful Well i i ,
1 of the said Drilling is a Guarantee of my
land
the
r for lutilnK of bond upon laid certiftatee.han be redeemed ao- : *.l.ly
Ability to produce the bent
. drainage dutrlot for the laid purpuMi.A. carding to law, tax dead will issue thereon on Notice of Publication. results.
laid Amoclalea,1
9t W. A. Ileaily. of A. D, 1VI1. ..
1: the 3rd day April SELL.
([.Seal| ARTHUR E. DOM EGAN. Department of the Interior IT. B.Lend Office. at \...... WE WE BUY
Clerk circuit Court Oaceola" County. Calne TlU..,Florida, March e. 111 I.Holioe AND
TWO FOUR INCH
I M Administrator's Notice. By Jamea U. Johnston, Deputy 1*hereby. given that George W. Fertlo HAY
Notice .ll hereby given to creditor., legatee, of Whittier, Florida, who, on September :JO, WELLS A SPECIALTYP. HlDE"SGRAIN '

distribute"' ...d.1I peraom haviugclaims or - 190&. made Homestead Entry No. 87261, Serial ,..
demand agalnut the eataW of J C. Dine d. No 04282,) for Southeast quarter ...,tlo.. 82, O. Box 344 FURS
cea.ed, Ute of Oaceola county, will pre.ont the Notice. Io )n.blp 81 south,rang. IH eaat, TallahaaaeeMerlalan "- FERTILIZERS (}
same within two yeara.properly authenticated. Notice li hereby given that tha undersignedwill . b..filed notice of Intention to make B:1eeinun.e: : .Florida ; WOOL.
and all p.reon Indebted to aald estate will apply to the Legislature of Florida, to final commutation proof. to establish claim to I SHINGLES v
make immediate. payment toJAS convene In Tallahanae. In April 01 l thla-year.. the land above described, before the Clerk. of AND
I.. DUTTON. for the pannage of an act prohibiting flihlng In the Circuit Court, at Klulmmee, Florida, .on F: S. RAINS ORANGE BOXES
J. C. Dlue, Uwe.aedHt the 2Mb .of April 1911 .
., Administrator. k Ule of the waists of Oioeola countj'during tb. month. day
.Cloud, Fla., Jan. :Jo, A. D. lull :*-"* of February March July' arid Aoau.1 of anyyear Claimant names ai wltnewei\ : Noah Smith, ; TAILOR SHOP ORANGE WRAPS ALL !
;. __ ___ _ t _* with any seine" or net or by ahoollng, gigging of Whittler, Florida John Smith pf Whittier,
Adninistrator's I Notice. or with any other divide; also prohibiting Florida W. G.McClelland, of Whittler Florida. I cut and make clothes to.' a manes VEOETABLECRATES COUNTRY
the Whar months 9f the John Owens, of Whlttier Florida n
flahlng during year measure. I do the best steam clean
legateee I ; di..trlbuler. ., and all thltn Henry S. Chubb, Register
creditor and
y *% all with a aoin )lea tour a half Inch CRATE NAILS PRODUCE
demands sgainetthe ing; in town. I dye any color. I do .
clalmaor '
p.rwnaLiving mean atretched except the pocket and wing
1:t':''t'' 'Mlate of Catherine A. Shirt@vaoi. dweaaed ol ..id _10. which ahall not acrid aarcntyflre Bungalow for Sale. any kind of repairing.; I clean Hats.
.I laM of Oaoeola Co., Fla, are required. to presenttb.aimo " ,;; r to the uddenlgoed.dulT aulhentlcatedwUhin dollar tofab with a aeloe from' A brand new four room bungalow, South. My place of business is in rear We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. f+
I the time preacrlbed by law. or aamewyteabarred realdect ft the. county, and fifty dollars from deep well, aplendid water, large. lot, of J. H. Redditt'a Jewelry Store. II We give special attention to fitting out hunting. and camping ,
said fitate are for sale spot cash $800. .
and all owing ;
; uon-re.M eDLII ol the oonnty and exempting I parties.. ,
40-tf C. A. CARSON. .
to make Immediate aeltlement.N. and Emit Tohopekallgt ,
41" required Lake Tohopekallga PHONE NO. 210 ,
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Free in Phone No. 12.
delivery city'limits.
: B. Canon from the proTlBlora of aatd aoL -- I
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(t' Administrator Eatale.Catherine A Stnrlevanl, C,. &. ACRES I Old paper for gale at this office CALL ME AND I WIT COME FOR' we are county agents for good fertillzars. Ask! us for cirouUr' "

,, ', Ir;,. March deceased 10.l A.D.. 1911. '.*A KU.Immee.. FU., Feb., J9H. ..* 20 ecnta a hundred. I I YOUR CLOTHES. and prices on fertilizers. K

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Interesting Items from Our Regular G1RAVES.
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K-; :LAKE -" . Agent :c.A.'I.IZ j E S'A, do M' i' L.I, >:.1'. l.,: :i'I"ti'K: : ,0 1 I"", .
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There seems to a .mistaken idea 1 Klssimmee .
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I I among) u few .of oftr citizens! that the ... .';
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[Uv Clue and the Gray are incomputable Show Cases..., Fixtures,. ,Safes. H A RW= A :I
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.I! without dieturbancedThis'. { attitude_ -
THE "AOEL-L-X"' N ; Typewriters, ,
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displays an abstinacy-wh1c1T"Jii'characj'leristic'with Commuting Scales and Office I'I'AiNTS OILS. KKNCK A
P"e City Dock: Daily>t 9:00: a. hi? and 2:30. : pm.Returns some' of our people, and .

; at 11:3O: a. m., and- {?::OO. .p.. m.i\ . mayhap a few. of the. -veterans': occasionally Filing Devices."' a .8 Kt I,tdh TH M'-AT; KXt;: KKM BI.)' .}.IiW t 'I' ft1... ---.. .t_.",

-J--. .. Induce in the same the.ory. ,Ptcut- AGENT FONLewis *' .
This Into i is calculated BROADWAY. KISSIMMEE. F'LORID'AKecping I
----POR t theory put 'practice Upchurch Co
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tit( the should
injure Very: cause we

KISSIMMEE PARK Hunting Fishing Bathing be trying.to advance, and instead of Wholesale Grocers and'Hay and Grain, .. '

being to the Rood and Welfare of our I L.-

county,, would have a ,serxpus'trndeury KI N.GAN i CO., Packing House Products J

I to instill envy, hatred and malace in the I Priest ti Applicant. Tour Creep' Solicited It Up! . _

.' minds. of ftjr, "people. This spirit of enmity
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with tlu ult f
does not have its existence. in the No) "ni.uiin' ( keep" \up' .

M 01.:011: .minds. or hearts\ of those who WTe true game unless I Iv- h.i- hintj.,. hl 1t.looked
: For thai MNUKKINU( (; (r<) :( lakeNYAL'S ( httkwln'e( bv
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full, faithful'soldiers, during tlirtvar. between Overevuly a
the states. nor dues. i't exist I an LXpeit machini-t: win. KIIOW. ,
; WINTER COUGH SYRUP TAILORINGIs inechamsnthj ."I
and
the structutf
among those. who are true1 'to thelprine, -
standard cat lioin I I A 1 to / ,
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cipals of ( hristulnity; -neither do those < I

b I who properly, jippreciule, lionoruhlf motives as art few achieve, but I \'t' ) Service I "
('Coiitiilns no Morphine 1 ) or Opium t'nlullalii t }!.,!il1.I1IAV'M II!!jUgn/ I Hi-character I i* of men who;; Expert

( ( !! %soiviM'ss: ;i-lrrilatioii' I fought for ,u principle that wnala. sterling ANDERSON & BYNUM i f--- 1 Why\\ nut' i.on'ul! u', on your iijob %'

Uoils Iii hal; 111191 Tissues.!' in its i-hantctoriHtic, in u Northern 2 -> ()veibtulnlg'adlustmg' : \ IU, :

27): ;) ninl i4)tKISSIMMEE (><' !si/os.' point of view us Was. 'our defense. of UANLINUTON H. l "' general.ovt-iMKht" ,""UI k'iii": \\At-l fill II'"' .' iki:".,
home and fireside. If those who con Excel All Others in Kissimminee I a reputation lu. kri-p' 11.

"CO. ..Utulld'th... rank and tile of either army .. gi ,arantc-'j to i ple.l"'C'i> ,

DRUG could' have averted the issue, there Cleaning Dyeing Repairing G t -- i f'f' ( T. i'1 -{"
9 r would have been no war, but political, s.i, : ; { i'LL

demogojjues, with poisoned words l.. minK -
--' / | MILLER KlUI.miSXi.( UKOADWAYCONTRACTOR )
from eltxjuent inflamed the -
lips .... '
Y mimls and hearts of our people to suchN / .
ACHILVKS a degree'' that each section consideredHfifnsnJves +r..Yw t t

c EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN the aggrieved, ones. Vituperation Bargains fN. =

1. SUCCESS THE SAME WAY mid l abuse ire antagonistic toJClltltllov..rnnwill. :113: 7 r""

r We are ill subjectU I '
BY SAVING MONEYs I In all kinds of Real Estate
law I
I the same [xiWers. Our l department -
Do you want- to be successful'' Stiit::-: HJIMMK m>w 11t Sour nnnifin is controlled! Lj one Constitution. Fire and i Life Insurance and I
s "United we stand; ,divided we fall Armour's' Fertilizers. Rent- I I ( :uul'( IUUI.DHK; 1 > ; I \

is our' motto, Kiguity;' justice and equal ing ana1.Collecting Rents a j
THE CITIZENS BANK Of KISSIMMEE '
Specialty. Taxes paid for
rights to all in our declaration; ;; of principles. I
Non-residents. Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes:::sti"
Then let Kiss mriiee, :St.: Cloud
We have more Saving .Accounts, UIIM: m\; nthfi Hark; nCsceola mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whetherit
and 1 our country precincts unite in ,.tfteexclamation. R. O. MEEK
County. be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel
i'' "Our country our whole ,
KKKK.: : If ten" rn'l pnxuifilone , I I --
A Savings Bank loaned vmi "
blessed be him who Fla
bleseeththee Kissimmee.
country ,
do HO at once II Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLSin
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and cursed, he him who curseththee I which he has met with'the greatest successof

ASTHU E DoNBUAIT. President ... W II NORTON 'a K.liu-r. If this patriotic elfusion, 1118 I any man In Florida.
violation. i>f a regular correspondent's'
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prerogative, you will have to considerit GUY PLATT JOHNSON f fN' Give him your work and it '
prompted! by a heartfelt desire for h ltiSllllllll'l'. 11.willbewellandquicklydone a.THE .

unity among the several factions that 6 MUIM Bldf. Likeliiul Fit.ARCIIiTECTp. I L I t\. ;

exist in our county and u nmcere wish, j
W. H. ARNOLD
f that factional and ,sectional feelings ,,
should obliterated from the minds !

. Contractor and Builder of our people. We should rememberthat +++ + +

while thf'rc'IS a North a South Designs (for All Classes ot Buildings I
PLANS .He E..T'.TE' FUR..LW' East and West that r
an a they are mutually I .
.I ON APPLICATIONI ;;;. dependent for protection and RESIDENCE WORK A SPECIAL!! II I CASH STORE ) :

support and that a' separation might I .
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I guarantee my.work. wheli.; contplota1.! ro. hr. '
enable! a' foreign foe to each
overcome I ::: First Door North of Postoffice '
j just 1 11. cuatracted for.a separate| division1 and thus sft-ure all. - 3mpdlmo.. :.

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P.O. Boa 697 H".J. dpi'' 1 IOJw Our Democratic rooster says. "We'llstand

KISSIMMEE:. FLORIDA/ the dry without a sign; we'll C. W. Griffin :t -. There you will find SHOES, HATS, i
pollywog bye and bye. He says if .
the. honorable member} from toadstable ANCY | DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, nil of best i ,.

- alley don't go to work\)r..Uy soon on GroceriesAND + -

.......................... his tadpole nd minnow T lantation he FAMILY I :j:: quality and 1. ; + ::

q will apply for a license to\carry steel
__ EMIL MACH ERN'EST MACH !
spurs.Hunters'. Call Befdre Elsewhere t
Buying
ActlSUadard C*, .. +
is still the of
\ paradise scene FRESH MEATS-' +
( MACH: : :BROS.Livery :: active operations and as the rifle brig. ; : + ,
:: ++++++++++++++++++++++..++++ ++++++..++. ++++++++++++ojo . Fj
ade has been disbanded our young ; l
Delivery Every Day at Hbor.Patronage .
Feed and Sale S't abe : hunters! deer hunters, have arrayed Solicited Any ( ,
themselves to capture the dears. Some.

thing maybe looked forward to as a North KiBRimmea Phone No. 8 r
.. Agt. International Harvesting'Co. :. .RULL'BASS
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: coming eVent. ,
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1A+LL: KSNZ8: : : I3E8'V:: I-i.AtiTT: :..INC:: ::: +. : The Hotel de Beulah is still the main The MARKET
attraction for our tourists

f Everything new and first class. We render prompt and Railroad communication has not yet Sprigg FlemingCLEANING Bearden BuildingOne: Block from Depot

{ satisfactory; service day or night been established although every* report -

ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOt S speedy that completion comes from of the the front muchtalkedof indicatea PRESSING Frc4h! Florida MEATS ot) all kinds.

, Kissimmee, .Pla Phone \ \.& : road. DYEING and and Western", r, .:J. .. .x
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The belle of Whittier has not yet REPAIRINGLeave

....... ... .............. been captured, but indications point to _ r POULTRY EGGS. FRESH FISH

a successful termination of a long and word at my house and clothe,
r------ ardent pursuit. will be called ior and returned t Special ytllenlion to Phone Orders and Free

At the Drawdy mansion all i is serene. -- Delivery to any part of Vie Cit}'. 'PJIUIIC 8J
The Patriarch has not yet returned. Satisfaction GuaranteeC j,..
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Miss Jane, Denver and Quinsev are I
'Osceola Lumber ------ ------
i hl).. doing the honors of the establishment,

'. and your correspondent i is securely dom A
iciled therein. i

Company The .new hotel, Travelers' Rest, is
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slowly approaching completion. A
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room for the pbstoffice has been built/ /
t and mail nights find very many of our
-DEALERS IN- ----
citizens congregated around its door.

-, 7 Rough'and Dressed Lumber farm Mr.this Riley year Goodwin with home is working reserves.his ( ,.,

w 'I The difficulty of procuring assistanoe Ri htlnd
has a tendency to cause some of our j'
@l u best-land to be idle. What we requireis ".
1,: WINDOWS, DOORS the presence of good, hard-Working
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material to develop our resources.

SHINGLES LATH, BRICK, LIME Very many people who pass through
'x this section appear to have an idea that
because our soil is not the same as that > 54 :
NOVELTY WORKS which they have been accustomed to,
that it is unproductive. They are as Prif pc
green as an Irishman was when on first .
-2 coming to this country stopped at a >
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL
:'p farm house and asked a woman who
appeared at the door for a drink of

,,'" : Frte Delivry to All Parts of City ?. water.path, told The him good that dame it led pointing to a spring to a,

and there he would find a gourd ana he
t r could help himself. Pat traversed the That's jnst what we have here '
path but a short distance before lie meta ./

;. .. ." couter, and not knowing the differ- Then couple right prices with right material(

I i ..................................... . ......... ...... ence between a couter and a gourd he ,
f ; | returned to the house and, hailing his oared have combination II
won
knowing
; you about.
I. WHAT IT MEANS 'i director, he shouted, "My good woman, ,

7 I I the spring has gone dry and the gourdis (Come;f in and let us show yon( that we have just what
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Many people do not know"lid B""k'< .Vilall.l fur or the ditterrnre t lirlw coming up to the house.
.tu a bank of little or uo c'Mpltml aud oue with a large t>Hi">ltl : While our soil does not have
I a seduc- we claim viz: biggest<< values III totvn.
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A HANK'H CAPITAL AN!) !hUIiPLfH : 'tive appearance it can certainly be depended :
% U Iketuldthat. protect*thodeixwltoni" from li>... 'Iicr"dor..tk.' larger tl it I the : I upon to produce in abundance
i yr.ttt.r rototluo the l po.lton.. ha\e 1 IIIM bank. tint aUapllml : j| anything that a semi-tropical climate
otUurplna tYiatt tI and while 7 ,
cities build-
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fund of : 22.H: )dal>
to ing up with a rapidity that is astonishing -
E .stockholder* llabllilyI (;0.10' tie.i :
and our villa has a rapidly increasing a
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ThU |lfot atlou U for YOU. : Give '
us the labor and we will Weep you .,
; i supplied :with all the necessaries of life, '
: STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE : I S. L. LUPFER ManagerTake'
.... ; not food products that have been more- y
M' --or-- : or less from
decayed but
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K..cc. FL.C> .o. : pure, fresh fruits and vegetable direct /'
r '.iI; C. A. CARSONrrvaUeut JOHN M. LEI!: N. B. CARHUN : from our own fields and gardens.
vice-Preeideut c'uhlerI : : Pull the bell rope. I'll turn this one

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KELLEY'JS KELLEY'S KELLEY'S They,/) are x friends of 'Rev, Gunckle of d
that who washere some time
w -- x place ago. .
Mri.McB: of Aurora, III.,' who
rney
Items of Interest from Thriving
CARD FREE Tlfyt has bought; thee Richmond place .is ex. \
ONE POST 4' 1 k
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itu Little ,Town., , peeking his wife 8oon.
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with every pound of candyOne Mr. Frank Hitchcock' had allevere< 4WINDERME . '
fall last week, and ho is l lucky that ho ,
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c Is alive to tell: how It happened. H
iH letter of the word "KE L 1'S" on every was out with* 'a party of vhomeseeker., '. '..

Card. When you get thewort! "KELLEY'S" when iii come way a wheel athick JfetumpW Happenings and: Around 'That .f ".

made"up, ty presenting theijtCto the City.'''Fruit' some obstruction! and,a part . Most Picturesque'Place.Mr. Fortune Follows the. f1 w. .Buy 10 Wes]; in..,
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'Store you will receive one pound'"of Red Band of the harP8 broke 'I letting the wagon park Garden whefq< 3 have t guarantee of'a .
you a
fine
FRED rn. fall with such force"-"- that It' Paul R, Jones and family have "
card. tongue
Brand Cajidy tpj tty Gjrl on every .
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..,.: .---._. r"' was driver(Into the.ground 'nearly hall moved into the house lately$occupied by flowing well, and can always, be''" re"qf. water 'any

-' r" Us length. Mr; lIteheock was thrown Mr;,J, T. Harris. Mr. Jones III.an enterprising tiny}.you need it; 'You can buy this property on the ..

a Niemeyer & Wil y'c out and the mules taking fright at the gentleman who has recentlycome Installment plan and make money to pay for the most
sudden of driver tried to to Windeimere: Iron*'Virginia.;
'drop their/ : ; of It'if YOU so-,d slre.
Convenient to
x /3 3SAB"EDI run away. Mr. Bite cockwac dragged Dr. J. 11. Johnson and wife of Was- town, loading '.

s,Aa'liIi SAB'1ax" . several rods, and his head was cut and seon, Ohio, arrived jn Windermere oa .station, arid' Uhe. lake; also on a county road,all J advantages ,
bruised' 'Very' badly. There were no Thursday. Dr.- Johnson 11 come to see ,to l taken into account 'We want to show Mt-

bones broken but Mr. Hitchcock feels about putting in on up-to-date saw and you this pftperty and its surroundings, s" '
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pretty sore yet, but he .is resting as planjng! mill-a 'tl1ln this section has r
comfortably as can be expected 'N< been Dadly in need of. Tile" nULl to ;............. 1

t one else was.hurt. \. be located on the land of the Winder- -. '" What |certhan. a good grove for a lafyr .

: Sixteen Thousand Acres The*tree. planting! season is alfihr t mere Improvement) Co?. of which Dr. ri) .n?_ _Jf! you want-to live easy, buy the22-ucre farm' ' ,n
Johnson- mber.
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over. If one half of The trees pi an tec with 7
this year irt Davenport, come to maturity Messrs, J. C. Palmer and 11. S. Lyons -' acres-of grove mostly \h\? bearing, and you ca.nalso

.. ... five years from now it will take accompanied by heir wives'' motored have the vantages: of being in the artesian,belt

:OF= -.pQ If"". a big train of ca.s'to, pull the fruit out to the beach, where they ..remained for. t.tieres\ now, three" flowing wells on the place/ L

of Davenport v"Mr. from Saturday until Monday. They 6-room: house, good stables and allready forbu iness. ,
had an enjoyable trip, and regretted .
LAND . Fnrris--arrived in Davenport Pretty view of the city, and
] MUCK HAMMOCK PRAIRIE and TIMBER C. C. they could not make a longer( stay. propert>ljas over 600
evening. He i is being feet fronting
.. : ; Thursday Among Thursday's arrivals .in Win- on the lake.

Including the Famous Southport kept pretty busy sizing up the situation -I dermere were Mr. ]Herron of Portland, . ....*....... .
and finding out where he I IB -at, so \
Me., and Mr. trailof Belvider vN: J.
AND GRAPEFRUIT GROVES that ho may concentrate his energies Dr. H. L Prouty of Unity Ohio; LUther If you want something to develop, we have 390 ____
ORANGE
1.t; at the most needed poiTti. lIe finds; Haley of Toledo, Ohio, and Wm. acres close up to Kissimmee where you can make a f
the most needed tiling IB Lutz of Pioneer, Ohio, have returned to hat full of money by subdividing it and selling it: in
an|) to tliat end he hue promised a lotto <
their Northern homes, after selecting
SALE small tracts. We want to show
FOR this splendid
Saunders you
a c-JRar: manufacturer, Mr. /{ Windermere, where they .
of Barlow, who will noon locate! a-fac Will reside next w intej'. property and you will buy if you want something, good ,

tY -Par tory lit re, that is one stop forward A special train beariiiKoflicialH of the and t a money maker. I
Together with entire stock of Cattle ahd Horses of the: Le Nownf-Boitic-one who would like to ]locate a
A. C. L. Hy arrived in Windermereon ************
y ,. sons. Cattle Co. Although the live stock can be purchased .--.- another factory of some kind here, Thursday Superintendent Crown I

i separate from th.e) Jands and houses. '_ M.r- Farmer will do the proper thing by Koudmaster Haley and Judge Parker We are ready to sell or rent you one of those

him. There is lots of good timber going met several members 'of the Winder three pretty 5-room ( with bath ) bungalows well located -
For taf f formation i Gall on Fla / to waste here, and why not get a and drew and
.J or Address : -- JNO M LEE, Kissimmee I , turning lathe and make croquet ball: mere perfected lmprovumenU plans for various improvements new and nice; can make terms so you will buy .
this even though you short funds
match _are on
kind-or
or something j>t the a -r
which will be made in the near ,
factory? There are lots of things that: future. *.*.*******+ .
.' might be made of this wood that lieion
v the ground doing no one any good, Florida Maps. We bave some pretty homes in the city with I

and;Is a constant danger on account of nice bearing orange trees-more than necessary for
fire. A matress factory would: pay- Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley family use; good houses; well located. COME, LET r
H. C. STANFORD. & COMPANY there is great vuantities of Spanish Gazette office a pocket map of Florida US SHOW YOU. .
moss here to use for filling. THis would will be mailed to any address in the ;

make another industry in which a number United States. We can also furnish
\ of Osceola county at H each, and
in
maps
employed
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There are'several' good dress makers of any kind.Conforming. Nelson RealtyCn'p'any
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With the Ordinance. -
NCTICZ :=; would pay some one to start a shirt "
? 'i factory .also make shirt waists and We apply the water test in accord- 1GLENNREAGIN
= :F ::TE :rSErII'J'OS.: = ladies skirts and undc gpear and child ance to section 16 of the City Ordinanceand !

SBf, isr, r = szacosfaai'd.as :: .CLCors.r:; : O ren's dressec. There are lots of things guarantee our work in every respect /I (>.

+ , . - : that might be done to make a pay roll. placing the quality of materiAl vet Citizens Bank
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can be curd in' inland Flcnda i-na tells. them One! of the 'meet thoroughly eatis tied as the ordinance directs, thus safeguarding KissimmeeFlorida
the from sewer ,
public gas .
families of Davenport is i Mr. John
which breeds diseaseThe
Any House in America Hoelilk. Mr. Roehlk says if he could Pioneer Plumbing Shop, _
Asp Cheap as have his old home in St. Charles offered 4-tf Office phone 214. Broadway. I :

back again, and his old job he had ..
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would not his home --- -- -- --. --
there, he give up --- ------- a
here. Mr. Lingren of the same place J. L. MOON H. D. ORIOEI ,

H. C. Stanford Company says the report tne same that thing.they Someone were down started and MOON & GEIGER .

i out. Don't you believe it, we have ATTOItNRYS.AT.LAW '

tF visited both places, and if a down and Office: State Bank Bui Id Inar a1

;. Kissimmee : :, Florida out man can- support such a well tilled ISSIMMEE. ; FLORIDA ADVERTISERS. .. ,,,,;, ,' .,' '
table as we lit down, to at both places, ,.- r- .. t" ",
we never >saw. him. Down and out?. '.' ';... : ) : : '' ',! "
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SURGEON'
PHYSICIAN and
I II six years, and l is not a Mormon! The Boards and Advertising Novelties In Leather \'
matrimonial, business must hot have Office Phones 74 and 3.\ Residence 126 Celluloid and Allumlnum. t ,

PAY LESS FOR BEST been very brisk while Rex was a J. of '- -' -- :;}'I!

I p..,. Have we solved the riddle Anda T. % RIVERS, D. ljl
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widower 1 Rex come to Davenportand WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTiS.LONGLDISTANCe '
Your Day's Good Work Depends try your luck. We have some I' '
good tock here to choose from and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON : PHONE 296 '
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;I Upon Your Night's Good Rest our bachelors seem to be shy. OlHce over Osceola Pharmacy TAMPA SUITE 4 & 5 FLORIDA'b 0 ij

Mrs. Bennet had another' relapse
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It is therefore essential that you Saturday and Dr. Sinning was called.to, PHONES, I l#f Onlce Residence 148 63 BANK OF TAMPA BUILDING -- I
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attend her. The doctor i is confident

have a comfortable elastic, sanitary f fety[ I that although her case l is one of long \ a

duration, he.can cure her. He says if ::1
4::" ' mattress. I lie had attended her from the first she -w.2A.i:: ::.: ..

would now be a well woman .Sometimes :
i iilNCP The Prin essfI I I a bit of seemingly bad luck<, is PHYSICIAN ANU BOKO RON. L. M MARSH & Co.;

Mattress : really)] the turnirtEM>oint of our life. If 4BB1DKNCB PbOHB 88. KunMMBB.rrioi .
is
guaranteed PHONE, In. FLOUDA DFALCRS IN PING LINH Ol
Mrs. Bennet had not had 'he sudden \
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to be made .of attack of hemorage Saturday Dr. Sin- j. w. SIMI'SOA STAPLE AND FANCY' '
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I' ning might; never have known her, and .
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carefully sanitized ., the disease which i is trying to sap out DENTIST. aIG30'0ERlES.1 I
her4ife,would have conquered but the .
:: material l woven into doctor says it is not too late yet. We Upstairs in Katz Building.FFICB \
,SAl lp>< FLti.T all hope not. ) HOURS': l" a.'m. to 12 m. I FRESH AND PUAK \ "'

Lpr:1'1IEss. : : : layers of resilient t, I Mr. Frogner who has been employed Telenhooe No 1H I r 1:3O: to fun 6:30p.: 6, I m.Yr. FREE DELIVERY.to 'alf Darts of the city, Prompt and courteous atteitioi.ATLANTIC l {
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J"t durable felt that will I In a tent and aVning factory at Tampa I 'CLtLrMOPd. NO. 10

returned to? Davenport Saturday even- W. W. CARSON. D. D. S. ..i
I not lump, pack down or become hard. I irtg. Hq will remain at home for a ''' DENTAL PARLORS - . u
while and improve his land. V
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y' It is the superior of many and the equal of( any I Dr. Holloway of Loughman was ". RIVERS BUILDING ,
OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY
called)] here Saturday to attend Miss COAST LINES
mattress for which you are required to pay $15 or i .

..! less. The Price of The. Princess is only $10. who Hazel(fe, daughter ill. She of l is Mr.no and better Mrs.at Davis the .. IPICv, HOURS J 18 TO-12 TO 8 ..,::. ,

We have been engaged in the manufacture ol r present writing.A Tourist Trains)

few people havo come here who J M. VViLLfeON, JH., , .
mattresses for more than 22 years. We put all of our .
have built houses and otherwise improved i.
years of experience, facilities and expert workmanshipinto their land, have bocome disheartened - \! NOTARY PUBLIC.. "
STATE AT LAIIC.R. S -TO THE EAST- --;TO THE WEST--
The Princess. It weighs 50 pounds,and maybe and sold out for half price
Sold and gone back. This, unless the real Real Estate Agent..! "Dixie Flyer" ""Palmetto) Limited" .
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had in plain stripe fancy or art ticking. on
truth i is known will give this country a
KISSIMMKK.: / '"i IIKII'A I mllh ole, Llmlted"66FI.a & West India L't'd."
If dealer can't supply
a 60 nights'guarantee.. your hlack eye, but the real situation is this:

you write us and we will arrange for one to be.sentto They came with the idea that they W. S. HARWELL ""Montgom Route" Xew York & Fla.) Sl)( clal" .. ."
work
could only at one trade that '
your door express prepaid. which they followed at home when if REAL ESTATENotary "South A tlnllt Ie Limited" "Coast Line, Florida Mail' t. ,,

, dealer they had been willing to take anything -------- -
forTh
.. If youiwuit a mattrcM d* luxe uk yonr .
t acm* of xccllencaIn that offered they could have succeeded Public at Large
n .ttnM making+laliJS. No better oivpric' *. without any trouble. Jflloe over Il.obtotrltoo'll Pharmacy ELE T LIGHTED SLEEPING CARS

I Samples of ticking cheerfully sent on request I Mrs. Wm. Paetgold of Chicago i is KISSINMEE 'LP. ;\ . DINING CARS . .
, here to visit tier parents, Mr. and idrs. .A. VANS AOHBW w. crtAtrPOIID I
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Munce. She IB accompanied by her
GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM little daughter. Miss Fern They will VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD For Rates- and Scheduler, call on or write. to

BED CO. remain until sometime I in, April or May. .A.ttorney. at I.oi'' E. M. NORTH J, G. KIRKLAND
M SPRING Miss Fern will remain with her grandparents -::bTota.ry'bl1c:: A. G. P. A.. Savannah, Ga. D. P. A., Tampa Fta. 6
for some time to get the bin
i Manufacturers ATLANTA GA. T. C. WHITE. W. J. CRAIG
efit of cur Florida air. OtOfmn: fa.6Cltltvn.lrukltall.lnaKISSIMMEE r I'
-< I II A number of gentlemen from Okley, fL.RIOAe

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In signing 'Oidjcontract for a series of I CLOUD J, Johnson-Stdti ,

lItr f Local QvferflowMr. exhibition flights the Daytona people S'k ? S Aft le residence of the bride In this Classified Advertisements.Advertisement .

stipulated that the service of McCurdy .' city 01 Saturday night, March-llth, ,

should be l given because he has had a Mtaa ul.h Johnson -' -
was married to a '
Mr. J. Boysel.if/ t Urbana:, Ohio, who : longer experience In handling /flying machines Mr. Ii 10. StelU of Palatka 'Bun. { .-. .a '
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ITEMS Of INTKEST CLIPPtD Rey I InserUrTqpder thla head at the rate of 8 CentJ I
> has spending In the .
1, 11 bean the; past few' week thin any ether person now yen St phens performfng ceremony. are : ,

i I. this section' left thin week for his business, with the exception of the two FROM THE: ST. LOUD TRIBUNE Miss Johnson is a sister of Mr I&. : J !>. per line each InMrtl()"". 1:" 1

horn*. lie vas much pleased with Kissimmee Wright brothers and Glenn! H. ,Curtlss -, Johnsn caterer of 'Niemayer &, '

and before leaving called ate himself. McCurdy WM one of the nrst 'On Tuesday morning a jolly stag party .' Wiley s i restaurant While Mr.: StelU la .5 "FOn SALE THESemlnoIes of Florida- $l.25. Kissimmee
the In the :' Drug Co. .. 12-2t .. .
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Gazette and'ordered .
4, office the paPer men ,to make a public flight lef for the 'woods about fifty miles chief < ngineer ins large fertiliser factory .
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i sent to him so"as to keeo posted on the United States, and the first man to fly south of, St. Cloud.. Mr. Carpenter it Palatka, tor which city the E. M.. F.. AUTOMOBILE-Run 34QO( FOR SALE-Good .sue safe, cheap -

}: progress of., our city. Mr.,Uoy.eI will an aeroplane IIi Canada where he still and his staunch wagon' and pair of happy couple left'on,Tuesday to make miles, looks like a new one and runs C. W.. Ward. 10-tf'
i I other 'sections of Florida Ms for distance and alti better, baa top, windshield, speedo- nice" '
yliit on holds the records the their !'olle. ((0'. FOR SALE OR KENT-Three .
I mules used to convey men to _ _ _
were : meter clock chimes horn,
eight-day
Marl road In
: way out of-'the state, and expects U/ tude. .. new Bungalows on part ;'
.! their destination. Major Bean, Rev.J. Wilso.n- rldand' metal tool-box two' extra shoes one of. town! where values are Increasing

arrive at.Urbana about ApriILst.I '* jI Mr. and Mrs "1101. C. Fouts, son and .. B. Wesc'ott,, W, I. Newell Jr., J. extra tube.: Will sell!! or' trade for' rapidly' beautiful view of lake, pretty ,I
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!, I Capt. R. -W. Meiklejon baa just received granddaughter, of Howard City, Mich.* I'I Miller and Comrade Brinkerhoff comprised Married at Nichol.,-FIL, on Sunday, S GothaFlay town property." :Address, E. 1o-tf M. *., homes. See Nelsons about It, they t:
March .
: Short were 12th, Miss Elizabeth Wilson and will ahow you. 11tfSOME _."
the stop
handsome Tuesday night party
; a very Toppan dory arrived in the city on those
Mr. Robert L. Kirkland Rev. McDonald FOR SALE-Ortly a few mure of '
gasolene launch, which he had built to' with the Intention of locating patina I I made enroute to camp and hunt andrat. beautiful I lot s in Prospect: Park. splendid colonization propositions ,'
dfficlating. Miss Wilson has livedin that are high grade first claat, '.
:...1 order In Boston, Mass. This launch is I ently1, providing they find condition!,. <. Several small animals and a few Kiqaimmee all of her life until three These are by far the cheapest and just the kind that will ,get best

I perfectly water tight In all kinds of such as they have been led to believe birds were, killed. best Iota for,the money in the city. citizenship full particulars to interested .

weather. and is built.with cruiser cabin I through reading, the Valley Gazette !I years ago. when with her mother and and Prospect Pak is Improving bet- I parties. Some, very fine trucking .. '
brother she moved ter and faster than other addition -
to Nich 1a. any
() Duringher
and furnished with cushions and all which they have been doing for .I me j Ojn! hearing the ringing wedding to'the city. Only frve minutes' farms at right prices.' We' can? 1
residence in KIsaimmee
Hiss WilSon sflit you'on kind of a FlouJ rf
oj) modem conveniences. It in an ornament time. A* far as they have seen, ooth beJlVfor.fornier neighbors of their old host'of walk from the post !office., Easy home or investment any Nelson Realty ;I
mao e a friends who. will .
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to our lake and will be used by Mr. and Mrs. foutt express themselves home 'town, Rpscoe, Pa., Joseph and terms. JT Company. 11-tf
learn with much pleasure the of Ten in Pinedale Beautiful . .
news
acres cheap.
,Captafn for climate | I -- -- -- ---------
b Meiklejon pleasure pur.- af agreeably surprised at our Jennie Hamilton sent a tribute of native \ the ::: = ,
her piece
Of
',. I ,'" poses. our truck wardens and the enterpriidpgspirit : wild flowers, with- their best wish., marriage. __ _ __ city and lake.land Best overlooking of neighbors.Will I. MISCELLANEOUS '

of our people, and say they can I el for the bride and groom, Mr. Joseph make an ideal suburban home. .,.

,, lion. W. J. Sears, who has so efficiently see no reason why they should loo I Brown and Margaret (Postal) Brown. WHATjrcOSTSTo I Severalfine orange groves, cheap for I WADE...-Uie ttmer. Orlando. .1
'4 served .the Grand Lodge Knights further location. cash, or will sell on easy terms. f
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of Pythias'the past year in the capacity foraperinanent \ \ I The finest colonization proposition 1 h}'OR fresh fish, phone' the Hull Bass
live in
Kissimmee ;
and
of Grand Master-at Arms, was elevated Capt. R. W. Meiklejon, who came Comrade James' D. Walk r. past Wages the state, no exceptions Market, No. 189. 19-tf

to the position of Grand relate here Borne months ago! from Canada commander of Abe PattcrsoV Post' Usually Paid. Three. beautiful Splendid quality five acre of land.tracts closein. I I GET H. N. BRATTON to'drive your

No. F8. of Pittsburg' Pa. well The following table of is i artesian wells. _.___ _ 43-tf
t at the annual meeting hHd in Gainesville Hal accepted a position as Captain of alip prices as Any and everything the real estate

\ last week. In two years Mr. the Hunter Land Company's gasolene !I known an past national president l of near.ac urate. as it is possible' to obtain line-in Florida. : PM-dressed' poultry phone the Rull
1 of aVriYedU'rday and is published for the information of See DOWNING the Real Estate: Man. Baas Market No. 189. 19-tf
the Union ex-prisoners war, ,
Sears elected the .
to in charge
willi I ibe positionof boat arid will hereafter bfe : those contemplating moving to this 1 - -- -
city: flu
house.
Grand Chancellor which will place of all (their excursions to'the Kissimmee > and is registered' at! the ..New' Hour .. I . .. ."'.2.> to M.AO per bhl over opera I MUTTON) fresh, fat and fine, at the

.1 P him at the head of Pythianism In Florida Prairie. Capt. Meiklejon i il an ; St. Cloud,,where he will remain a lewrlayft. Smoked' llaooh. t! u> -'j(t cent p.rlb KING Quality. shoes for. men at Cash 1 J Roll' Bass Market, jhorie189.!! l9tfWOOD.
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fry cmta Ib Store.
the highest office to be attained in ',,:experienced mariner and, has made . Comrade Walker, whole' a do*" Heana < *II'. to. J'. oentu per par Ib :per strand. $1.25; five strands
lime Hears 1 7 H DON'T FAIL to buy lot in Prospect I i I 5.75.. Kissimmee
iJ personal friend of Col. John McElroyis to o.nta p.r Ib a Lumber\ Co. 29-tf
that order. the Atat. several trips around the world as navigating Hice{ : I ttoI cent. per Ib Park. They are money makers. 11-tf'', - -- ---
officer ships. The a trip through Florida. He was Sweet lot.toe4 50; to TS cenU per buuhol ISHANIUAliGER, :, Orlando bicycles
on-bailing -
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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. $Shannon of Capt. and Mrs. Meiklejon have moved here a year ago .last January when Fmh py l-'inh> \\ |1 to(1.26r:. to12eirlb: bu.hrl SEE Kinjr Quality shoesl&fore- buying and dundrian.. 25 wheels from $6.50**

Michigan arrived in the city last Tuesday to Postmaster. F.' Vans AJn..w'lplace; there were only*'handful of buildings' Salt Orita Mackerel \\ . II to''J'.cperlb!lOc per Ib I Cash Store. 1-tf ,, up to $19 for new. 12-7tpd ,

and will spend several days here -on-- Paradise. Inland -and their -many.: andhe_ expresses much surprise at our Meal \ . 2l"cperlb CHOICE CITY LOTS Spr sale at low SHANIBAUGER, Orlando, for bicycles
t before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. remarkable growth since his prevThiviit. t.e.hReef % II"tto l5cper1b '. prices.- See or write li. Fleming for I: and RumlricB. -25 wheels from $6.60
friendu will be rileatii'd) to know they . ; t'-h Pork l2tol5qirlbP'sr particulars. 40 tf ,,
4 to % \ iwundfl. for $1 00 ,, up to 119 for new. 7-7tpd
Shannon have visited J our city a number |
I have decided to mak their permanenthome Dried Pro"*. \ \ S to l"c per Ib YOU will make a mistake if you don't !| CARPENTER JOniNG and;
; of times bforanil. have a large heI'. Dried Feme_ \ \. 10 to lJ'c Per Ib ''buy a lot in Prospect Park. Only ten repairing
Dried ApnleaPur \ \ l'to U'vCtwr Good work. See J lime Church St.
circle of friends here who One of the most enjoyable surprise .
> are always Uuvfl lots left unsold. 11tfFOR
I \ \ litto2"cp.rlblompound _ _ __ ._ near Main St. 45tf.
4 of the lieu last I.d \ \ I lie< h
7 12 to Ib
glad to see them. Before coming to Capt. John KriHlii'i-rSv came toI parties season was per

Kissimmee this'season they spent several -I Kisrtimtni'e !from\ HillsilaliM .li. last night at the hol'1of\ Mrs. Anna M. hewe' Croam.'...ryUUckKyrd 1 \\ 26c"cper nor Ib Ib SALE-Tomato, plants at S. B.Aultma FOUNI--A .pair of Hpectuclon, case
;I 's truck Kissimmee.
farm
orNMah' in honor of her sister Mrs. Albertine" Omorm ? ..,c Mr Ib; 'l.Of'! 'per buiihrl marked "Dr. W. Stanley Samson,
: ), weeks in J Jacksonville. but felt fall and purchased residence Hlaich ,:oITee I'c to fic per Ib Fla. H-tf Lancaster Ohio. Owner can get _

: that they couM not leave Florida without I|: bett a street left Wednesday to spet4the : Steyer. who i iM visiting her. T.-.. \ ,\ %. '"e to i hOe per I lbKero.oe FOR SALE CHE I'-A house to be saino at this office by paying for this )
\ >er irallon
\, h coming to Kissimmee. for at least a 1 summer at his NortIqn home but bout thirty of their friends met at I-Kim \\ \-", w[ : |i..r dozen moved. Cor. Mabhitt st. and Iteau- notice. .

brief stay.Capt. ., I' will return! herein October. Captain the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodward *'hicken r irrnwn HeraChickens .\\, \\ U">c. U to Mlc 4>>c .earhftfic ...,hWe mont ave. S. J. Sobders. 12-1 t'IKI| ANYONE' anywhere can start a mail i'

I Frisbee has traveled pretty much over corner of Connecticut ave. and 12thstreet. Corn shelled \ \ Per buithplx ortlef business at hornNo canvass
!. F. Kraser Hunter a member of Oat' ;. c per bUHhel FOR bargains in resident property leg IJe your own boas. Send for free '
:
i both been at'ditferent awl Mrs. Steyor a .
hemispheres, having gave. genuine Oranges. .* *>on ,\ I 10 ftf $- per boxxrp.ntre
truck and call
t the Hunter Land Co. landa oranlt'f'oCrov..s on booklet. Tells how. HeaciM'k.; A 2144. '
who bas been in ( f\.r.6to"&lI' ;
j' times American consul. to F'raoceand nurpriie as she was watching this \
H. M. i-lt
l I nUckRrtilthaClparini \ \$1.,1 ,t., $1 lMI Breaker. Kismrnmee. Fla. Lockport, N. Y. "
Kisaimmee for the past eight monthx when at thekome ... Land-wrubbing.t.e' "$ .
Brazil. and is fully competent! tospeak happy group! they stopped to t-V" per srisnNLumiing "
Clearinir. SI Vif) la C2U 0"' FOR SALE-One. Florida rai..lll'on.. ) IF YOU! WANT A'
after
1 looking the.vast holdings of his KCUEKttS s.- 0 ceola ;
i of her .sister. Minnesota ave. andlhk .
advisedly aa to the advanjtagesNany Man and 'Trwmlltimen I t. to *'l\ on' H. Fleming. .I-If] t
I: '" company in the Kissimmee Valley left' and MtilcnM'artieH. \\ n.""to .OO Lumber Co They make them anysill.
; This called
particular jilace olTers I the homesexkej I street.! was a "pot
... anti kind
I :
( hiring me> SEVERAL GOOD WINDMILL out you want I and! make bernIS
;
I! On Wednesday for New York where he I Ij -. therefore his statement that liiek\. supper and Mrs. Wes' tcott had u .tlnn' st.. (Ml I and upPio.e. (its to sell Mill. tower 'umtllnk. ,, fit. (live them a trial. 7-tf
I Io J.' 6" to U2.IIO<> ---
will be his
,j joined by wife, mother and KissimmifL1 has more inducement to onl.\'tn; wjgge.t it to her many friends Harrow -\. fS.'oI t.o fI2.1.' everything compl<'l... :S.; II. /Bullock. AN' intelligent - ---
t |person earn $100
I, o brother, and together the party will lay at the feet of the !investor the sootY\i, ,: mive even at such short no.ti. \t.Teacher nMJ 'perortl I ,to$75*1 7fMo.t a month(" 2tf. 1 i_ month lv oorreHponiliijj may for newspapers. .

sail on April 6th on the .steamer Mul't'-I' tourist. tIit health seeker and thehomeseeker ;..... : FOR SALE- new high grade J-4'> canvassing. Send for par-
111'-|
\
tania for England. After the (ticulars. Press
.. than any oilier!: "place on right piano for less than wholesaleprice. Syndirali- 2ai5.
...; : tion in June and Mrs. fsjotice.Owner I Ann ncemenls. Ixwkport N. Y.
Captain Hunter -
I IJ the glob with which he. i is acquainted. I Ad. .F, care Valley (his'ette.Kissimmee. '

J ,,4, will go to Calcutta India. Uie Cai'Lain will carry more weight than if made of launches and others wil .- .-. Fla.. IMt IWOJISH{() IHMRI( ) S

,, ,j to take up} his duties us assistant sur, by any other mill who has; over viiied kindly take notice tha1.. Paradise Islandi For MayorI : IF YOU WANT SCREENS ,see OmvolaLumber )

veyor-gt>neral ol India to which 1 position '-I here. t. i public nor it a public t'o. They make I them tiny DWELLINGS; ;
not a park :; is I .. 1"111. imply, t to :\i. Til-
1 I lit-rcb.r ii Ii"0001'''' niT-f'lf H i s iid li ii lnt( <* Tor
i he was promoh"llIom. few months picnic ground neither! isH| for public size and kind YOU want and make them 'ler. .
1 lie IHce(,f 'f'O"r..r KiM-imlilff', and rt-K-ll-. tin-rn 'I -
ago behaving been ftfr fourteen yearsan Has. the Habit., al... Therefore in future anyone not"I,I ftlll\1 HCtll-1t I IllV, VOl." of HIT' "fcllOW. f IIIKCM14 to fit. Give a trial 7-tf ROOMS( ( l TO RE.VT: Either;, single or.IMI .

officer in the English army. but for -"Is ,slie a )brlile, ?" an uiviUnl, guest will be considered II (" HltM-OKI-" FOR. SALE: Finest .little. colonization, suite!! suitable( < for light
( and I will be accomthQIatel
the past two years has lieen ran l.avof "Aiijnvotonite one.I.oni 1<\ Die ('ou ,rcspahsi-r"\actK' a- Uie law prp
absence. rler-j urnaI. l 1.21': "'. Vans Agn'|: For Marshal and Tax Collector. I safe anti profitable investment. Nelson. - -- ; .- ..

__ _ i ) .I Realty. Company.. t>-tfIFOR
a Notice To
.
Contractor
'S I lieruby' Aiinrfiince! uiyiAcIf u. S 'a",1 1 Itlale fur -

1 .4lt-tloIi: to I ho otHrv ol I CII I?)' M I *r linl. anil Tintf 'I SALK-Fiye. acres. of fjne trucking KICK" ii ,"I"i rwviif,) iv. iii.cmi\,,(' ininr" t -

/ C..I. *' 'I'" KiHHlliuni, '"i Hllil I If i I It OI.>1 nrotiimetin !I land; within fifteen hundred feet I "\I"">I""" "( I"-M-inW' ('.unity, al tile. I II

/ .sah<..11.1"'II.lot\1o' \ "fierforiiinitfo. nf I mydu.tic of high-school building, and adjoining i| HOII-I- ill KIHHiitniFC ('ii) 'mini T,,'. !\ ,tli.kfbI I'oljrt.
;
*- in IliX/titur*' ....1 I hHVf hliown I iti the |tH*>.. Mr. Aultman's celery farm. J. M. ,.'Ti M.idHAnl I .1, '
| for M new ( <'iiinl 1' Jill I IS
A REAL REDUCTION SALE \. neftl'O.trulI. WiUson. Jr. 7-tf ;.ii- .1,1 iivriNi-siim| on III I.I: I In Hit- Clerk -

'\ = -J.. MtPravrait: PIT GAMES-Forty hens at $1.50 each; Om"pE."h

\ --- two cocks, $5.00 each; two stags; Md must I be aCI'OtJ'Ij.II'. tiy A c rllfl.
L j ': : 'FURNITURE: \ For Marshal i and .Jax, Collector I II $2.50 each. E. fl. Bagby, Gotha, check (of flvn tier cent of llm bid iiubjiillted!
,
Florida. Bidders sill
6.tf bi
etpet.'iel" tll
.uhmlJ bid".
S ,* OiL
.1 '. , < '' '" ":;'i , I hereby announce ;nSi ell a candidate for tho 4 '
entire job. ,,,'
,
We bound to reduce stock of furniture and in order to' IF YOU WANT SCREENS Oscedla ,
.. are our high grade .- Marshal and Collector for the town of "......hu. see Ka .h bidder, wilt exhibit to the '

; '.. 5 do it quickly we have made the following generous 'reductions. At' the reduced lass and solicit the lupport of all the Totem, : size Lumber'and kind Co. you They want make and make them thenr any working/ rao--

and\ If clootwl pro-nine to j n> faithful the fit. them "I",1h"'I'I'c>| >''c tu put In. liilieu |li-ni, if rel.| ..
j i prices we naturally expect purchases to be for cash although on larger to Give a trial. 7.tf
dutle* of aald office Ntw.TlTVS0N. Count)' Ciio,., rrTr the right larejwl
amounts than $10.00 will bankable 4 months : ,. FOR SALE-Twelve acre and I ''
I we accept note. __ orange I an) and' .11. hiiln. S
S -. N'for grapefruit grove about! three miles K. L I.KItI..JI\: '
; I- Coundlinan.s from Kissimmee on railroad. Will I '12.l: Chin, hoard of OuunlJ Coin. !

I x sell at a bargain. Address W. H.Arnold ------ ---. -
'
REED CHAIRS REED ROCKERS The friend of Capt. H. M. Breaker place his Kissimmee Fla. 4tf: Order of Publication" I \
uame before the VOtErs of Klaaimmee an a oandldate -
; We have. right well made Reed Chairs of .. Two ony.| Green Reed Rockers, well made for City Councilman.believing he will PENNELL SUPPLY CO. -Agent Say. I In the ('lr.lt court of Oioeola County, Florid :

S different patterns which were cheap at $8.00 and comfortable. Regular Price $6.50. .: terre the city with credit. hian's Soap and Remedies Ordway -III Clianrery. Security Invmlmvnl Com- '

S and ts.50.. $4 75 Piasters Magnetic Combs and Mendels ".111./.* Corporatlf Complainant in. Tea
$6 50 Sale . mends leaks instantly. 25 cents Florida
,S Reduction Sale Price. price ,. For Coun lman. /Southern Railroad Company a Cor-
packets. Agents wanted. 12-Stpd porallon Frank .
Q. Brown.
it Two only-one Green and one Natural Trustee and
S Only one Reed Chair of surerlor quality, firms-Bold lots of them at $8.00. I hereby announce myaelf candidate for reelection I -- Yrax5 Q. Brown soil all p,n..na claiming -4 :.4;::
regulariysoldfor$12.0tl. a. City Councilman. I am deeply FOR SAtE-; Two new 5-room with interaal. In tba property described, in this bill 4" j

$8.50 6.50 grateful for tbe honor confeired on me fn the bath concrete bungalows nearly completed of oomplalnt Dtfendiinti.Tort .
Reduced to . . Now . . . . .
f only .... fine and well Florida .
paat.and tf 1 am ao (fortunate k '" use my beat endeavor to dVnoe the terms if desired. Might rent one or Oreetlni:

Intereati of our city both. Also new 6-room with bath Thd cause coming on in be beard upon taa

I. 1$. B" HELL. bungalow, 'large porches on three notion of th, complainant for an order of publleallon .' I

I SET OF 3 PIECES - S S .. sides; pretty view of lake. Price, for urrlo OB 'hed.enda.l. The Flor
$18T>0. Nelson. Realty Co. 12-tf Ida rJoulkem itallroad. CompanT. a corporation
: Fine set of 3 piect3 Reed 'rur lture containing chair, rocker and settee. Green WANTED under the lawaof tbe !Hlata (of Florida; and,
.. finish. and comfortable Regular price $ 7.60. FOR SALE-Bearing Orange Grove, rlu thai th.
:; '.. Sanitary S ../ WANTED-Tent 14x16 also 700 80 14 fenced
Reduced to xmlyCHIFFOROBES . . . . . Sl e bicytle. trees acres, acres the Complainant, haj Inatltnled. suit ao4 .
Address,F.G.Hunt,Klsairnmce, Ff>. tf hammock, pine, marsh and prairie led Ita bill of complaint In the ClronIH"'art'of
land and packing house.
cottage
WANTED-Refined couples or gentlemen Ooceola County rtorida, againat ybe Florid .
,
Next year's estimated at 6,000
crop Southern Railroad """!'?
several Tfnrnished
for nicely Company % ('orpor.tloa-
boxes. Cash
or terms. Address
rooms.with bath the test meals the Fraah Q. llrown rruatoa Frank
; g. Brown and
WARDROBES 'CHIFFONIERS Owner, Box 345,...Kisalnimee.! _Fla. 48-tf .
;l market can afford.( Corner Main and allper on claiming: ao interest In the property

: ,, \., Two only, fine finish, double door, genuine Two only, genuine oak chiffoniers, with Pacific treet. .. 6O-tf FOR SALE-Fine little farm containing In the mid bllUiri-ompUtctdeficrlbcd
5 A oak bevel plate mirrors in eahh door. best ftinish. One with 16x20 bevel plate mir ANTED-Money-to -few-- about two acres, all tiled and sub- namei, and realdenoea or whom are Co- the com-'

Y ; made to sell for $25.00 and $40.00. ror, and other 14x23. Regular price $17.50. substantial, absolutely place safe a loans good at irrigated ready for business, grows plalnant unknown, for the purpose of rtmorIng .

rates of interest. Good real best of crops, no better land in Florida -I the cloudn upon the title of its complain,
25. Per Cent Off 25 Per Cent OffBUFFETS good;
i : estate security where titles are absolutely close to center of town, land will ant to the 'Itndn dncrlbnd In the said b.i'aettit

: good* Nelson Realty Company mature three crops per annum, and I'j appearing further that a ..lObi....... wan duly .
lmu. ...l out of the aid
handled should produce Court directed to the dwfendanl.
over Citizens Bank KUBinri- properly ,
4 i nee, Florida. 11-tf sufficient crop to pay for it, besides The Florlia HoiithlTn 'Railroad Companr .' ...
S 7i expenses in one year.* u prayed ID Mid bill and that the it fjl'

i BUFFETS FOR RENT 40 acre tract with small grove subpoena wax ,placwl In the handi of the Bherfaf* ,
,, 'owned by an Oregon who will of .lei Oooeol.County. and by maid Sheri rs- I
man
From the lower priced grades to the very fine.! Every one fitted with bevel plate '
.
4 and! Better of RENT three sell; he has made the price right; tU'DecI'lIIe the cairn. could not,",, >,e served a
mirrom. Regular prices $15 $18. $20, 22,5O, $30. $32.50 $35.0O. get one FOR -Nearly acres of I
come see it. Have 42 acres near by. owing to the fali..re. of tho! auld edFfonUlon toeleetanomoers
these ornamental as well as useful pieces of furniture now at the big discount. trucking land, with ve.room house; '
and can locate two neighbors close to- or appoint any aueuu. and
Nelson
close in. Co.
3-tf
25 Per Cent Off Realty __ __ gether and be handy to good county farther becacwe tlie, only known olfle/ri and.affpnta .,

5 FOR RENT-A suite of rooms corner seat town. of Ute Mild corporation have been, ab* ".
..' Main .and Oak streets. Mrs. E. D. .5 acres just outside city limits fine .fin In.in' theStitnor Florida for toothau I'

aj i 9 Plummer. 11-tf for a suburban hornet where good' cit. alx (((6)) months. contionotwly bor.elhe fuming N,...

: FOR RENT Large; room, furnished rus fruits can be grown ana poultry of the aald writ. ....

TABLES for light house-keeping' cor. Church farm can be made to pay big. I Wherefore. it la ben-bjr onlen l. adjudged
Pretty home the beautiful SOIl, dccroil that I1i..
st. and Possiell ave. 12ltpdFOR among Micl Tim Florida HouthI -
t 4 One aide fitted with bar and garment Centre Tables priced from *1.2&! to $4.00. pines high and dry location, overlooking I Railroad a rorporatlon. ..rtl."t ed and ex-

%. S hangers: other side with drawers Made to Library tables from $4 to $12. Dining tables RENT-New hou"e, 6 rooms and the city and lake just the J, l iati.ig under the law. of the ,-t.t"uf Jplorld \

t t sell for $2.1, $30 and $40. from 6.75 to. $28.00. All reduced. bath room;; modern. \ Beaumont ave., peaceful quiet home for a party not i be and l It in hereby required to nppcar to the j.i j.I

-- nearMabbittst. S.J.Souders. enjoying good health. Surroundings i Mid< bill of( eoinplaliil' of (lie. SowlirllT Invantj.1'
: 25'P Cent Off 25 Per Cent Off 12-2tpd
.: r jntl\/beautiful and most healthful. i I mcnti fompany and telencllh.t|,| milt of lue*,'' '

: \ FOR RENT OR SALE-Five room Fine little grove near the center of I eomplmnant.nt-tht' offlee of tIle clerk. Of the .

,t...' .' house lot 75x160 feet; 12 bearing town, and for sale cheap. ]j, Circuit' Court of allil l O.,.<*>!. < ,mol)', Florid., :

f orange trees, two blocks from court Finest locatioA'for business SO foot j at Klwlmmoe.. Kiorld, on Munday, the 5th de.I .*- .
housb. Address P. O. box 571. 12-ltp lot. fronting: on Broadway. also frontson I of June A. l D. lull! i; and that this order" pnb ....

'r } another street; very valuable location -| lia-hfd .11I.... H week for the ol two ( I
W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY ipnre (2))
S FOR RENT-Two beautifUl rooms, ; fine place to build a business|': month '...".r to the said 6th day of June A' D.
fitted for light in house
housekeeping
and
one get enormous rents. tIll, in the K '
best part of city close to, and over- Plenty of good things to Show Isainunee'slley (Hu..ltA"a weekly f
flk '. "
you. inm of
KIS IMMEE. FLA. r looking the lake. Hot and cold watter and will if muchnerve I paper (icncral clrculntioii pnfcllibed In 1'
:: S you buy you have as .al,1, Oncoi.la) Connly, Florida. "" .
: in each free bath electrjc lights, as a rabbit. Come see us;: No Itono ,,
etc. Will rent cheap considering and ordered .t Ml ml. In the County :;', .
1' very trouble to show our goods. I .
Ila.le. ..
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quality and location.. Downing Nelson Htate of Florida this the llth day 0( '
Realty ,
Company Marrb. A. D. 1911. ,
Co.
Realty 11-tf Kissimmee, Florida. "." MINOR J ... .
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