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 31, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00483
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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[$ ( and, he -was'ananlmously* elected ; I' thoroughly acquaint him with the actual PAYS TEN[ f FOR ONE
1>{r. Nelson stated! that be would Proclamation'! By the Governor: I condition ,of this section'and the many

have several additional names to report \ i ... advta.ntaares 'w have to offer:, but as i _, *. I S

the History, of the Kissimmee at the next meeting.' ; there are only eight-hundred: cops s County Receives 'One Thousanct'Pu'lent '
jfln .evlraJ"com. It is meet a/ni/ proper that tine or more days beset aside aa a .I ,
Board of Trade Was Heldon Secretary\ Stanford' read information day on which all of those interested in the development' and growthof subscribed ,for by .the commissioner: *, on Every Dollar Paid in
munlcat\\nll\ /all asking'M and
'I being sent in at tire
our growing and state should make effort navies t
a special
prosperous .
Monday Night., regarding. ; section, ani,stated. that ; i rifle of at least. one hundred and Afty.a< ,:Circulating This Paper" ,
j I to cause: its manifold advantages to. be known to the outside i! ,.
't. In each instance he complied with, the World. iwoek.tjt. is only 'possible to. 'send,the .
: members present request to'the hcsfdf: his ability. All boards of trade of arious cities and .I paver to any .one individual about six ,V -.
There were More Mr. J. J. Brophy general manager they towns, city councils I'weeks. Every jtovr ,and then some gentleman ai

more ginger injected, more and better of the Citrus Southern Railway, the county commissioners ifewspapers, public-spirited citizens or:........ I I for this _condition Tbwonly is remedy for the>*V e mmfasion.knowof.. I asks' .the question, "Does! it pay the .t;:
speeches made:! at the tneetipg of the electric line that will run from Kissim- visitors having an Interest in the state should, on one or more days, vj I em to increase l their county to.1, subscrjb for eight hundred

Board of Trade Monday night than at any 1 mea to Sanford was present an responded -' send their acquaintances, relative, or other persons, postal cards, ''"",I ixteen hundred. subscription will to copies of the Valley GaxetteT'-'.and our
previous meeting in its history.( Before I to the invitation to'address the pamphlets and newspapers containing articles specially\ descriptive the .We hot argue answer has. invariably been, "Just
question Its to,
the session had herd thirty tninutesjlie! Board in, a short but well-worded and of their immediate neighborhood and county; ahd of the state atlarol'e. l\the county to do so, "us would pay I about one thousand percent" But the
every person
"Standing roi>m only"sl"l waS hung"Up practical' talk, saying that virtually all / :who has given the matter thought' .majority of our interrogators being
and lwere forced to leave be- the Th..reforel'l. Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor of Florida do any from the grand and glorious ebmmon- '
minor details to surveying knows that it would ,
cauKe of their Inability to stand I route and secUring right-of-way had .hereby designate' Monday, May 1, 19H, as the day upon which the thousand' centl: pay at least one wealth of Missouri immediately de- ("
) session. Alii Call of Florida shall be made feeling that the call will be per mand
throughout the long( been disposed of, and as soon as the sure '' that we show them the proof,
r through the day the question,. was repeatedly -.' survey was completed between this city made in such a manner"vt4ijjt it will be answered by many future -PNTEST ANTS whereupon we begin ,

asked "Are you going; to attend and St.. Cloud, work would begin at Floridians) who are now reslTfrnts of various portions of our great Statisticians declare that a community 9
Trade meeting tonight i country and of various portions of the world Is
the Board of once on grading and track laying, the' at large.In benefited just one !hundred dol
?" and almost invariably the answer 'tasting point being Sanford. Mr.Brophy's Testimony Whereef, I do hereunto set my hand and cause In t the. Prices Offered by R. 0. lars' worth every time delf-respectingt*

waa in' the affirmative, as all were speech"was listened to 'with to be affixed the great seal of the state at Tallahassee, the! .capital -' lyteek and,C. A. Carson.. law-abiding mart' move.into It. \
committee ,.this 17th day of March, A. P. 1911, "the 1 the w
aware that the special the strictest attention, and he was andjpf\ Independence Valley Gazette has induced a{ least
pointed to petition the Jei ialature to heartily applauded at its conclusion. of the United States.the one hundredth and thirty-fifth year. Boys and girls selected in preliminary one hundred of that class to leave .
commission form of Albert \V. Gilchrist. Governor of Florida. contest as speakers in final commencement Northern
give Kisaimmee the ) I Billy Bow Legs, one of the moat ; and Western states during
government would make its report, prominent ol-theSemmole Indians, who By the Governor, attest : contest: the past year and settle here,, it is t
.which, if granted, would completely' I is here visiting. hilt friend, Mr. J. M. H. Clay Crawford Secretary of State I Boys-Stanley Bullock Harry; Williams therefor apparent> that for every dollar
the existing order of things andeveryone Nathan Bryan EdwanLNeWton the-Valley Gazette +
change Willson Jr., was present at the meet receives from the
I James Funk Ben -
}, ". desired bave-a-nay-as-to Use! ingandwaa-unanimously elected lo hOIllorary - Downing. county-for subscriptions, the county is
I : Girls- Alma Griffin, Lucy Buckled;
wording of the measure to be presented j| membership. Billy was called on I Helen benefited ten dollars' worth by the locating
Jones EJon) Guice
Eva Woodall. '
,v to the legislature. ;I for a speech, but declined. Haying that of -a desirable settler. When +

,r!': On account of the absence of the I I hunting 'gators; was more to his! liking H. C. Stanford Elected j, Corinne The boys Gilbert.will contest for medal of- the county began subscribing for a limIted '
chairman, Mr. C'. A. Carson, who was than peaking at.whitemen's meetiags.( a number of copies of this paper our
of Rev/- W. I fered by Mr. R. O. Meek and the girls
J' assisting the reception I The meeting then adjourned until taxable values were a million dollars hi
of this committee for the one so long given by Mr. C. A.
D. Nowlin, the report J Monday night, April 10th, when final Mayor of Kissimmee Carson less than they are toVay, and our population a rj
the regular busi- i
was deferred until action will be taken on the report of one-half what it is now.
, .10" ness of the session had been concluded, I the charter committee and a full attendance MR. J. W. LILLYHas Does any one believe for one moment I T
in the hope that he would attend, but I is-both desired and expected.SEVENSJATES that the thousands of people who have rr
c as he failed to arrive at 9 o'clock President ,I I. Setli Tyson Captures the Job of Marshal From moved into Qaceola county during the

Triplett culled for the report and J. McPhatter, While H. M.. Breaker, C. W. Great Confidence in the Futureof past two years learned of Its many and -
r Col.! P. A. Vans Agnew fur the committee Kissimmee. : varied advantages from reading any of I'

,t made a verbal one, though outlining Daim and John Hansell Win Seats 011 the the great dailies or the numerousmagIt
, i' ' in d..tallthe provisions! which the,Represented( in the Party Brought I Something over two yean 'ago Mr.J. azines published in the North and West + i
'i committee hail unanimously decided to Council-J. R. Gilbert and J. Z. Robertson W. Lilly came to this city front Lau Do they believe that settlers can be Induced v

recommend to'tlie Hoard to be inserted Here by Mrs. M. C. fowler.' I '' Re-elected Clerk and Treasurer. i 1 tonia Ky., and purchased a tract of to move into a section from reading 4,

in the measure. I Last week Mrs. M. C Fowle that land in West Kissimmee, which he cutup land companies' pamphlet and
real dealer who --J into residence lots, most of which looking at
While a majority of the Board was I- indefatigable estate 1 highly colored pictures?
.It't evidently in favor of commission to represents a company owning thousands The election held on Saturday last for which th.ev' are held ,Ind the faithfulness have been!! disposed of. and last summer That people are so foolish as- to believe i

Kisakiitnee-still. there were Certain of acres of land near here, arrived city officers resulted as was expectedby 1 with Which they have performedthe acquired several thousand acres near that any part of the rough side of life> f i

govern features that met with much opposition in this city with a party of homeseekers. those who had ,J
especially/ that clause provid-'j wherein waa.represented the states of the political situation-. H, C. Stanford of the three members elected to early Jail, but is now back in Kissim ? If they do, they had belt swab d

ing for the appointment of the commissioner I Pennsylvania, Ohio Nebraska Oklahoma winning the office of mayor over the council-Messrs H. M. Breaker andC. mee to remain permanently. out their brain tank, or it will soon get

from out of the !state by the:! Minnesota, Missouri and Kansas. Messrs! T. M. Murphy, the present incumbent W. Dann-are new to Kissimmee In conversation with a representativeof rusty beyond repair. 4

'h, Judge of our circuit court. Col. i! and almost every one of them pur- and J. M. Gardner by a handsome politics, while Mr. Hansell acceptably the Valley Gazette, Mr. Lilly said: When a man is seeking home in'a

W. J. Sears opposed! the entire scheme, I i chased a tract of land in Fowler Park majority, while Mr. Seth Tyson : served the previous' term in that "I have watched very carefully and new loca ity he usually write. to the

: paying. that Kissimme; had 'Crown from i, :! which is opposite. CiHsimmee on the defeated Mr. J. M. McPhatter for the capacity. Captain Breaker came to I with much interest the progress of this editor of a paper published in that com-

'; a mere dot on the surface of the landscape . eastern shore of Lake Tohopekabga. office of marshal by nearly fortv votes. this city from Chattanooga, Tenn., city from the first day 1 arrived here munity and asks that his name be -ii
.' to the most progressive, the most'. Mrs. Fowler stated that it is not at There were three vacancies to fill on about two years ago in which city he and I can truthfully say that never be- placed on the subscription list for a

a the best advertised. city i in i I all unusual for four or fiVe states to be the council, with only three candidates has for years been identified with public fore have I lived in or seen a place short time that lie may learn the true 4

the prosperous south under the present conditions, 1 represented in the parties she brings -Messrs H. M. Breaker, C. W. Dann parks, serving as park commissionerfor ) where improvements were more steady, story of the hardships, the sorrows, \t.

Ladhe for one was content to travel I :I her!? twice Jt' month as the fame of and J. Mj/'ltansell] the last named gentleman several terms. On' coming here he substantial and were more universallymade the"trials, the joys the,happiness, the

the same road to the end believing that I Kissimmee. and Osceola has reachedthe seeking reelection and for the at once began taking a most active in- by actual residents of the city' prosperity of the peopl. of that community

road the safest, the best, the most remotest points in the Northernand next two years they will be membersof tetest in Kissimmee's welfare and advancement 'Kissimmee could!! scarcely; be classed as r the newspaper being the only

feasible and best suited to the success. I Western states but that this was Kissimmee's law making body. and has never ceased in his a city when I came here,us many ofthejmsinesrhouses source througb,pvhich that information "
of Kissimmee. the first time she had brought people Mr. J. R. Gilbert for clerk and Mr. efforts to bring renewed prosperity and .were, of wpodl) no]can be obtained. H., wants to .eJ what, .
'JZ., ,Robertson for treasurer had no happiness to our people C'W. municipal..Improvementa,, were ths merchan
There others who spoke for and tram seven states, She Rays that\ \ Mr. being ,,.have to ..sell' and the'
were the'recommendations .of the Florida property has just begun to move, opponents; for reelection" our people Dann has'' spent the major portion of mi da,' building of all\ kinds at a '.tan .-/ prices the,+ ''.igirtge for goods nrhat, '

,I I against committee .but' it. fell to Secretary and that thousands of-peopM. who spent seemingly being well satisfied to retain I his life 'in Kissimmee, coming here fro,m stilt;, and property values at a very'low character Jot J finfprovementa; are beidjt

Stanford to solve'the problem by mov- the winter. just closing in the frozen these gentlemen in the. positions they Orange'county' when a mere lad. hie ,ebb ,but I noticed, about eighteen made both by ,",e' city surd,is cltlient\.-,
the matter be postponed I and lltorm.bound.North* will be here have so. long and acceptably filled is one of our foremost merchants, and months ago, a new life spring into ex- whatare the Christian educational -.
ing that action on
until the next 'meeting, which | next fall seeking a place in which to 1 he day was just a might windy, and I is interested in many enterprises that istence, people walked and talked and fraternal advantage ; what cl88\, ,

will be held on April }()th. at 7:30: remain the balance of their time, and the thermometer hovered somewhere I have sprung into existence in this section faster new buildings began to go up of people )dine in and go out-In fac .' '" "
o'clock in the council chamber and that this i immediate section will get its. around sixty-five, but the hot air poured during the past few years. He i on every hand, the city began to Im- they want to become acquainted aa near t }
4 the committee was instructed to furnish full share of them.BAND forth by the candidates and their sup- i stands high in th. ranks of the local prove .the streets and order sidewalkslaid an possible with the Inside! scene. and : ..j> ft '

the local with a full text of its portera'fully offset the effects of the I fraternal orders, and enjoys the respectand property values went up, in fact a working of that particular community ,. ,
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report for publication, to the end that SERENADE low temperature. As usual not the I friendship( of our people teL a new life in all quarters was taken on, b..forethey travel hundreds or,,,,thousands .. ..
all might become acquaintedwith I least semblance of a misunderstanding marked degree. Mr. J. M. Hansel! until today Kissimmee is .the most of miles to make personaHnreiVtlgation :

our what people the Board of Trade i i. attempting --- occured to mar the tranquillity of our was born and reared within a few milesof talked of city in the .South, it Is the >> and the local paper is the only 4

t, along this line. Mayor-fled H. l.. .Stanford city and .the day ended with the very i Kissimmee and is known. as a man most prosperous, and I predict that in possible source from which that Information .

4 The; regular business transacted hy'' nd Billy Bow legs. best of feeling existing. This fact is of the strictest inte rity and hard com,: the next few years it will te: the largestin can be obtained. 'rt

+e' the' Board consisted of a recommendation largely dueto the absence of whisky, mon sense to a degree possessed by but inland Florida. And I am free to We believe,that the Valley Gazette Kd
from Mr. Dolph Berli chairman''' Manager Niemeyer and Leader Wiley which is an unanswerable argument few men. He has, before" stated, say that to the Valley Gazette is due has been the cause of at Jest one

of the advertising committee, moving !|I are determined that the Kissimmee against its sale ever again being permitted -- served on the council for the pas't two ninety per cent of the credit for these thousand people moving Into this county 'ri\ JJ
1:I Cornet Band will not oyerlook any beta httre. years and has proved a most efficient improved condition," during the <'. .,
that ten thousand post cards be printed past year, but we place U>4 :
': let opportunity to show theband's --- --- --- ---
and distributed among our citizens with I' or any pass Mr. Stanford, the newly elected I officer. figure at one hundred for fear of being iJ:
'[ desire to pay homage to our The following is .the result of the 500.CRATfS Of BEANS classed
-th request that they mail them to persons distinguished citizens and visitors. mayor came to 'Kissimmee twenty-six !, a* egotistical'therefore we say
in other states on the first of May I j'I city's years ago, bringing with him a barrel .votes polled: with all candor and without the least
and does so with that modesty
the day Governor Gilchrist has FltI"I proclaimed -"| that makes the act most pleasing of energy, an .extra shirt'and three dollars I C. Stanford FOR MAYOR.H. . Gathered From Five Acres at the fear of contradiction that the county of ;;I,
as "Post Card Day" for and sixty-five cents in money, and 154 Osceola receives one thousand per cent
ida, which motion was amended by j 1| Looking to this end the band pn Tuesday H.- Kissimmee .has been his home continually T. M. Murphy , . 79 First Picking: ,interest on every dollar it pay this '" tt
N '. G. F. Parker to request our citizens j I night serenaded Mayor-elect until strict J. M. Gardner ? 18 Mr. paper in the of
Judge 'I C. Stanford and later paid their musical i now. By practicing R. P. Hanson, who owns Cypress way subscriptions/ and
to purchase and mail out tis many is economy he was enabled to gather on FOR MARSHAL. v Island which lies in the lake about one to convince- skeptical of that statement ) t It!(
I I respects to Billy Bow<> Legs who
Seth . .
Tyson .
cards on that day as they could afford the Inside of hi* purse strings a 146J. mile from the city dock and trucks we reproduce two of dozens such (
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,the guest -of Mr. J. M. Wilson McPhatter . . I
carried. Chairman simoleons 107 letters received at this office
stand the amendment ''both of which gentlemen showed their sufficient number of to purchase something like twenty-five acres of it, : during the ,
Berli !named as his co-committeemen I' in the a small stock of goods, which has FOR CLERIC, : ,is this week engaged in picking for the month of March : .' *
Messrs.. E. A. Niemeyer, W. H. Pat- I appreciation of substantial of the refreshments.compliment grown with time until today the H.. C.I J. .Gilbert, . . . 193 first time, his five-acre bean field, haying I I \ ,Y A tk

rick and'C. W. Griffin. i I' way It is such acts as these that has Stanford Co. carries pne of the largest Z. Roberson.FOR TREASURER.J. \. twenty-flve people: at work and McKees Rocks. Pa., Mar 20. '11.Kisaimmee ,
..' The chairman of the finance commit- found the band friends in every house- stocks of any house (in inland Florida FOR COUNCILMEN. 188 when they are through Mr. Hanscn will; Valley: Gazette. j'

.. .e. Hon. Arthur E. Donegan stated hold, in Kissimmee, who will see to it baying stores at both Kissimmee and C. W. Dann 171 have five hundred crate, which will Dear Sir : Find enclosed 25! cents k
: l' aat: he had named as his associates that nothing is lacking 'in the way of St. Cloud. Mr. Stanford .has always H. M. Breaker 174J. I bring him one thousand dollars and ih stamps for your Special Edition ajso. I '1"X

Messrs. P. A. Vans Agnew John M. ', finances! to make the Cornet Band the been active in public affairs, having M. Hansell 178 | still the field will be picked three time .a list of names to forward papers tot\ _
Lee, CT 'A Orson and II. C. Stanford I superior to any in the South. been chairman ot t the; county school |I again before the vines ceaaa bearing I am not asking too much; but"I can

. and that at th "llext- meeting he would- I' -, board for years, and also a member of I fORTY-EIGHi-NAMES I i, The field will not yield quite as much say: this : Your paper has done so
have a definite plan to report. the city council for several terms. He in the other'pkkinjris'il! / will in this much good that you have succeeded in

Judge G. F. Parker, for the commit ; THE CONFERENCE is active, energetic, progressive, au- first one. but those WhA have seen the having two ,of our good business men "

tee on. entertainment, reported the solutely honest and a man of wide experience Added to the County Subscription J crop say that MT...jianseri Will gather buying land and they will begin to improve j
names of A. S. Nelson Jno. M Lee' S. I for Education in the South Will -qualifications that make him II 1: at least fifteen hundred crate, which; their properties within the next
W. Downing and H. M. Breaker pe the admirably fitted for the position of List on Wednesday. at low figures should net him one dollar thirty days. I need not tell ynu their
Meet in Jacksonville. '
members of, his committee, and stated i mayor. When the) county commissioners, began and fifty cents a crate. names for they will call in person at ;
i that it was their Intention at an early I The Conference for Education t In the Mr. Seth Tyson, our next marshal, sending out copies of the Valley I That gentleman is also ,digging his your office and thank you. i

date to hold a big public rally, to which South one of the most important is a young man not yet thirty years of Gazette to prospective homeseekers m I potatoes this week, and will ship before Sincerely.'Mr.. ,' '
,fi the the halt and the in the upbuilding- this born and '. the 'I j Saturday one hundred barrels, for '
the old, young, agencies sec age, and was reared n this North and West, it required a considerable -'' Fleischman.
, 4 blind qf both sexes would be invited. tion will hold its fourteenth annual community. lie stands high in the estimation amount of our time to collecta which he will receive four dollars per

'ti Mr. J. M. Willson, Jr. chairman of session in Jacksonville, Florida. April of all our people and possesses sufficient number of names so as to j barrel f. o. tS./tlUie, yield of less than Louisville, Ky.. Mar. 25.'i 1. fa}

ti the committee on municipal improve- 19, 20 and 21, 1911. every attribute necessary" to make a have a complete new set every ninety 1 two acres. Gentlemen : Have received .

_ .:.. -_-.kJCnenU, stated that he had appointed In this conference leading educators, good peace officer. Being a man of days but of late the names have been i Mr. Hansen is a living evidence of per and like it so well that I have enclosed *
Messrs. C. A. Cole, W. H. Funk Dozier statesmen editors--lawyers, physicians much common sense as well as a high sent us in such numbers that an entire what can be done in the way of trucking a year' subscription Have

Leitner, S. B. Aultman S. L. Lup- preachers, farmers, merchants, manu- standard.of intelligence, he will .enforcethe new list of persons receives the paper on rtyick land in this section, as he bought land in KUsimmee Park, and 0

1';' H. W. Thurman, 11. F Beuterand facturers, public-spirited and thoughtful city ordinances without, fear or every sixty days and on ,Wednesdaythere I came is here rated a poor as one man'of in the 1895 financially and today can keep in touch with my interests r

9 B. Jarre to serve with him and men and women of all professions favor.It I were forty-eight names placed on well-fixed business men of Kis immee, there through your columns better than t -yj
hat his committee had several proposins and from all walks of life, meet to discuss is only necessary to state that Mr.J. I' the commissioners' list, most of them I and every dollar of his wealth: has been in any other way. For the present''' "
> under consideration that would beeported in a broad practical, nontechnical -i R. Gilbert has been' city clerk for coming from abroad. J' I made out of the ground on Cypress Is end paper here. Hone to com down
at a later date. way the fundamental problems of seven year and Mr. J. Z. Robertson To obtain the best results we believe land. When asked what particular soon to *
thing was the cause of his success. Mr stays ., .,
Mr. A. S. Nelson for the committee education and life in their applicationto city treasurer for two years, for our! the Valley Gazette should! be sent to a Hansen replied, "Cloae attention to my Respectfully sire ,

on, membership, reported the name of conditions in the Southern states. ,' readers to know the exalted esteem .in I homeseeker\ for at least three months, work, common sense and good soil." W. H. G ro...' "

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1; : PLANS: ANNOUNCED forest ., has foretold that his tadpole plantation .'
i ; land abundance this hitherto ,
The areas within which offers of will yield an year .. ,,.' 1. \.

t t ..*. -, are desired are set forth jn detail in the unheard of, and.-his\ faith In fowldom's :"'.:;"'" .-

I ',: By the General ,Government for circular the forest service.' The'ap prophetess in unlimited. ., .- :j .... I' ;: { ...
'these ia Beau Drawdy left us for a town trip >- '
proximate location of areas as :" ::t
J ", .. Buying ,forest,, Land Under .follows, although Secretary Wjlson last Tuesday and has not yet returned.. ;. :. : '\

w' .i''A''':' the Weeks. Law. warns those, wishing:to offer land that Nameless ,you only solved a portionof ow''" .

'! rA\\"ti""f r ,- - '" they should first; :secure the circular in my riddle, and a very, email part of ..
'\. their fall it at that. How about 'namqs awresidence's \ '
order to whether holdings
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J ; ;Washington, March 28.-The Department -
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of Agriculture announce, througha ; r
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(. In New Hampshire;,. land* ,in the enticing and Regr will most'assuredly : 4
the that it is ready to begin operations >
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'I '. the National Forest Reservations In Maine, lands in a portion if Batcheldef's occurs. Rex lias a guardian known as a JyiM
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h:.' ern part of Garrett county: person !!
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This law was passed with special
l; I to the creation of National.Forest In Virginia, parts Shenandoah, At the Drawdy domicile all is aerene.Miss .
southwestern Warren, Jane is enjoying unusually
i Itockinghatq, goot
in the Appalachian and White
wefftern! Page northern 'Bedford, east- health; Miss Amanda has fully recovered -
1 Mountains. Under it the secretary of I southern 'Rockbridge from a light case of Denver
l' agriculture la to examine ,, locale, and. ern Botetourt, I grip; :
recommend to 'the commission for pur'chue southern Waohmirton. Smyth and and Quinsey are,,,attending! school.
1 -Wytiiti counties, and western. .Grayson The Pa1rlarchlias again returned toWhitt..r
his judgment .
such lands as in :
t -
l county. *--____ but Inswidower's eye is still
f It i may be necessary for regulating the. In West VirgihiaT: pttrts of: .-'endlo-! turned toward Tampa. If Nameless r 9 .-
flow of navigable streams. The circular +
ton Hardy, Kunli and I'orahontaa j' could bring out a fair young widow I A I't, r rM
Which: la now being printed, is intended jt I" a '
t t'fs counties think the proper arrangements could "f,,
to give information to the pub.
Tennessee I parts of northeastern be made for the services of a parson.
he as to where and what kinds of land : I" ,
are wanted. Owners of land the 'pur- I Ich"se Johnson county, Coqke; Sevier, IJlount The orange trees are in fine form.
and Monroe counties There area few of last year's crop remaining
of which will! be considered by '
I In North Carolina, parts of Wilkes, on the trees, but they are like
the' government, are expected: on the
Caldw ll, \Vautauga, Buncombe, Yan- a pair of shoes that a boy once told his
information to make knownto
basis of this ,
the forest servicf.' which will con ny, McDowell southwestern Mitchell, Sunday schoolteacher;, about .stealingHer \

II wood, Swain, Jackson, Hnnderson, reply was, "That's bad my little
e of ay . I,
duct the work lor the Department '
I Iwr
i I.
+ Agriculture thetrdeijire tosell\. Copies Transylvania Macon, Clay, Cherokeeand I boy, very" bad. The youngster ans- REEMFORCED CONCRETE BUNGALOW OF H, T BASS- Built by) the Lakeland Artificial Stone Co.
{II Graham counties, -v. wep d, "Yes; ma said they were bad I .-
; M' of the circulars may be obtamrd. by applying In South Carolina, n part of Oconee lrft \the good ones were on the top I Recognizing that Kissimmee is the most enterprising city

I to the forest service county shelf and 1 couldn't reach them. j in the South, and that it is destined to become the metropolis of t
law restricted to
The la not particular
t 'I regions,* except that -lands may be In Georgia, parts of Rabun, alJer- A fresh young hunter ill said tobe'on Florida: in .a very short time, we have decided to move our general

r whose sham and White countu-H. a raid through Hunter's Paradise headquarters here and become of the city's permanent tuisi-
bought) only in t the staten legislatures one
He the mail but to
carries appears be
I have coIiinteI to the acquisition ties\s\ institutions. _
rt- : muchmore interested in the female.
i of land] by the United States for Wi1ITTIER.Interesting --
< i the purpose of preserving the navigability I I Ring the bell, it's nearly time.for the We have met with great success in every city -Florida -- -

.. of streams The states which Rev Cuy! to step on the platform. whereNve have operated, and would take extreme pleasure iu referring -

i'( Items From Our Regular Chickens are laying 10e( eggs and we those
have already taken the necessary action a.iiyotie to for whom welmve constructed buildings

are Maine, New Hampshire, Maryland, Correspondent.On ran now afford to furnish. our tables, instead as to our\financial standing and the/chnraxitei fotitnTrrRT:
ol them abroad
,, : i t Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and' opening my.budget this morning I Mr Noah sending Gates, wife and daughter We construct buildings of reinforced d concrete, concrete, or
: Tennessee, South Carolina
'} and airing its find material passed through our burg> Thursday returning brick ; lay sidewalks of anything the city ordinance requires; reinforce
,. Georgia
1 for fair sized article
enough a '
1 from a visit to Mrs. Willis at
II I3 r,: The first lands to be examined for Mr. Joe Williams appears still on the : bridges, ej ilvertsA sewers, etc., and the bigger offs more
Alger They all things ,
II 1 f purchase will be in the Appalachian improve, and canbe Been lid of old]I I rain needed, but report planting going on.quiet costly the structure the more desirous are we to construct' it, ns

i j.I and White Mountains which because walking over 'plantation, this personal ;: Nuff sed Alright, adieu. the superiority of our work will show to much better advantage.We :
of their altitude, B4cepneHS, and lack of
t' I protection are ill u class| by themselveqrf'be .supervision business is the main I) Rex respectfully request permission to estimate upon anything -
Pause! cf: work being done correctlyNo
II : in our line want clone feeling satisfied that both
; i area which is believed 1 to need protection the master's.The you may ,
eye like DAVENPORTItems ...
: our prices and work will b perfectly suli factoI"Y.
is much larger that the govcrn- Hotel, DeBeulah having a tran- : ; .

; f'}p ment can purchase. Much difference cient custom consisting of passing '

\ I I exists, however, between different .stockmen, land prospectors and rail of( Interest From That Thriving LAKELAND ARTIFICIAL STONE COMPANY
I .j'.f t. of the region. Careful examinations 'JJ
( parts road magnates, is like the ebb and flow

"I f, I!, which have been going on for the of the tide, sometimes full and at other r Little Town. R. H. LUDLAM, Structural I Engineer, Manager Kissimmee Office ,jt j

\ 1 r'':' last ten years have proved; that then times at the low water mark. Although we have had cloudy weather .

conditions which' affect sCreamflow to Our Baptist friends are partaking of I for over a week: we have had no rain .

't an extreme extent are to b. found in the aristocratic order of things, but that did any good until Tuesday; night, -- -- -- - --

relatively limited 'areas: which are scattered not on a very extensive scale. Not when it rained all night ; as a consequence I I

1 t ( more or less widely. By careful satisfied with having pr"vioUBly purchasing , vegetation has taken a start II I R.. S. RAINS
;, election it believed that much can and looks here. B. D PERSON I :
is a fine pulpit for; their pastor it more encouraging II TAIlOFI mI-IF ::1I
be done for the permanent improvement they are now engaged in procuring subscriptions Watermelons are in bloom and we can ,<. I

I < of the watersheds with the purchase for the purchase of an organ. safely bank on a fairly good crop. I makes the best building blockin I I cut and make clothes to fj- man's.

t J' of a relatively small part of the Box parties have been instituted for Everybody la busy setting'out sweet, <>*Jt ttie of Lake South.Weir They Sand are-coarae made meiiHunI I do the best steam clear!? 1 1

,'at land. this purpose,. the ladies preparing the potato plants. With sweet potatoes I and, sharp-defy c comparison. tog in town. I dye any color I I'O. ,

,. A blank form for the offer of land boxes and the gentlemen buying by selling here the year round at from $1 Your eyes are'your most faiihfglhelper" Fared half and half and water any kmdelf<1 repairing.I ( I clean lists.
accompanies the circular. Additional number, he having-the privilege of eat to $1.60 per bushel, we don't understand "" With"out them life would be a proof. WIt! build you a con 'I have t two' of the best Tailors: in the
crete house and it to
copies of this blank form may be had with the lady who furnished the why everybody don't plant more. ** guarantee South. My pln'c of business is at read
r i .' ing round of misery. You owe, it to be water proof and damp prooft
by writing the Forest Service at Wash- box. Thi ingenious deyice has been They are the easiest thing to raise that dreary See my Fire Place Mantle Of: ,.1.I II. Ih l
I ., ington. The kinds of land which will the cause of considerable amount of grows, and do well here, but you can your eyes to give them the beat pos- Shelves. PHONE NO. 210

Il I be considered for purchase, if they lie money being raised., scarcely get one 'now in the market.. sible treatment and when they, are I Works on I I

within the designated areas, are. set The railroad. question has ceased to There Is no :need of any one who, has ailing ,to have therp properly. attended BROADWAY' AND MIDLAND "R.' R. CALL ME AND I WII COME FOR:
,forth by thecircular as'follows'; be a topie. We fiave given Dame Ru- an acre of ground being without potatoes to ". . ,1'. ,., .
Timbered l lands may be bought either old Probabilities credit .. a I'
mor and the of .
.fo successfully fitting :
; Wth the timber standing 'A. who have'wliTter,homes" .,. Dr.:. Cole haa been Ii- m---- ,, :
f on or knowing a thing or two in advance. and good many '
the years and his
.. with reservation by the owner of the dismissed the subject.: here havegone back to' the North and glasses Sof pant"27: '. flORIDA REAL (ESTATE' [fOR SALf[ Osceola TitleGuarantee .

right to cut the timber under certain Our legislature convenes next week if it were not for the steady stream of services are the best your money' can.: r

rules to provide for perpetuation of the and as each member will have to come newcomers, Davenport would soon look buy. Beautiful winter home sites situated

forest. These rules will form a part forward with at least one pet scheme deserted, but we are still holding our You owe it to your eyes to consult i IP the Lake Region oj Florida. Company

of the agreement for the purchase of which he desires to have made into a own. trucking_ and Farming Lands in large
'the land. Since, however, the govern- law, our code in its present! shape Mr. Wheeler attended a fishing party him! when you glasses or small tracts. I

ment can not pay high prices, it Is riot might be said to resemble' old Dick north of here last week. He was ac- Dr. Edgar Cole can be found at I G. P GARRETT, Manager.Real .
regarded as probable that much land Lam per s forty-eight inches around the companied by Mr. and r.ys. Bowen, Mr. C. A. Cole's jewelry store Kissimmee! ,

l bearing a heavy stand of merchantable waist and weighed only ninety-seven and Mrs. Fields and several others, Florida. List your properly with me for quick .
+' timber can be bought. Culled and cut- pounds, the rest being wind. A child's about sixteen in"SII. They camped at I sale. Titles estate examined. and. reported oo

i' , over lands may be bought, as well as third reader contains space enough to several different points changing as Taxes paid for non-residents '

''i' land covered with brush which is useful hold all the laws necessary to govern a they grew tired of the location. They H. IY1. Breaker & Co.Box Instruments relating to real estate.

L' ; for watershed protection, burned, land, state, and would, were they so simplified caught several, fish which weighed over carefully drawnCorrespondence.
,' ; : and abandoned farm land whether 10 pounds each, and lots of smaller HJS, KISSiMMEE, FLA.
to be understood by those who are I l eDl eth D. Butle> Solicited,
r \ cleared or partially wholly covered compelled to abide by them. Each ones. .

'.. a ; ." by young timber growth. Good agri- legislator should thoroughly understand Bert B arson s has caught another alli- -' -

s cultiyral lands will not be considered. the nature of a proposed law, and care gator. This one is a little fellow, only FOR'' SALESIX

Owners may reserve the right to ra- fully consider'what its effect would be about 8 feet long, but we would not BERBER 'SHOP ROOM BUNGALOW .

move valuable mineral deposits which on the public before voting thereon. like to meet him in his' native place. WITH ?._ S.n.eutiouK ,

are Imown'to exist. But who would think of going to the Bert intends to return to Genoa Junc- LOTS

Proposals will be received for small ordinary. I legislator to obtain his construction tion, Wis., about the 18th 'of next Cold Urinks< & Cigars I FIVE CITY ESTATEe

as well as for large tracts, although on a particular law on which month, but will return in the fall. REAL

mall tracts can be examined only 1 he has voted? Certainly not, you or I Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Powers are Kissimmee:, Fla 250 Feet. Front and 164 Feet Deepoh ,' .***%w*..***MB. ,,;"

where the purchase of a considerabletotal would go to the shrewdest lawyer our busy entertaining a new son, the third Corner INSURANCEExamination

of land in the same neighborhood money could reach. Judge Crawford child, all boys, who have been born in I' r

1* tinder consideration With regard to who was at the time the following incident Davenport since last fall. Deep Well/ Gasoline Engine 01'Titles 3 0 ; '

.s the price which can be paid, Secretary occured one of Georgia's most The Davis children are reported to ,

4S, Wilson indicates that the policy of the noted jurists, was ..boldin court on a be getting along slowly. Another, the rF and Pump Tank I Specialty.i

commission will be to make the money 1 portion of his circuit when a young fourth child, was taken with the fever

:, available go as far as possible. "For lawyer, who was pleading a'case, 'introduced Monday, but with prompt treatment, Water Piped all over the lota. All in Correspondence Solicited.we .
the most part," he says, "we shall a certain point of law. The the doctor says, he will not be as sick Real Estate Agency. good Condition. Nicely Furnished. --- -,, -. -- -, -

bar to buy put-over lands or lands Judge reprimanded the young lawyerfor as the others. They have the sympathyof mmM %mmmmm % : ----- -- ,

without much merchantable timber. I pleading a statute that was supposed the entire colony, and all are doing Kmmmmmwmmm ALL FOR $1,800 IF TAKEN QUICK L '

+ +.. want to make it plain at the start that not to be in the code, and on a everything they can to relieve their Realty''' bought and sold. I1 IQ DOZOrReal I.

ye ; I shall recommend this class of land repetition of the offense caused a fine I I trouble. Houses rented. fr Owner P, 0, Box 5751I"S?::

: only when it is offered very cheap. of one hundred! dollars to be imposed Taxes paid and Titles verified .

4 Proffers of land at exorbitant prices for,false pleading. The young lawyer I If You RealizeThe for non-residents. ( g, ---=-=:.:: "---== -

r, I will not be considered. I am frank to thus assailed produced the code, turned : Fire -ife and'Accident In.F
of Check' Account
say that I nope to see a great deal of the leaves rapidly for a few moments many advantages a surance. ? Estate

t +F, public spirit manifested by land own and found the statute quoted. Putting fully realize that a Check Ac- Indemnity Bonds. .

? v ers. I expect some lands to be offered his finger on the law in Question, he count Will help you conserve youa earn-- ..,. 'V'"V'"V'"V'"V'. *& House Painting I
7 s +' ings, help you to accumulate a competence -
at merely nominal prices in order to aid laid the code open upon the desk of the I
Y J for old ago why not come in and
+ n the government in getting well started Judge with the remark : "There itis, > KISSIMMEE FLORIDA 6
start an account with \\is" ,
upon this wise and necessary policy. sir. I do not know whether you can I .
We assure you of our willingness to Paper Hanging
, The lands acquired by the government read t or not. Judge Crawford.pulled -
.I will be held as national forests, the volume toward him adjusted his assist you in any way we can, consistent A. M CHAUNCEY DecoratingKalsomiiiirig / 'b "
with sound W.
:\ banking principles BASS'Wholesale '
3p,, i l't. They will be protected from fire and glasses and read attentively far a few I .
No red tape in opening an account at
;! the growth of the timber will be im- seconds. Turning to the clerk he said, I !

p r; ",4 t ,prqved as much as possible. The lands "You can remit that fine against Mr this bank. Make-your\ deposit,. add to CONTR'ACTORAND and:Retail / ie, ;,..
it as can. The full amount or
;. t ;;i;" 1 will not be game preserves, but will Hartridge. Go on with your pleading, any Dealer ir. -
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will subject to order at
oY part your Guaranteed
continue to be open to the public for sir, a judge en the bench does not understand ., as

/.. bunting and fishing in accordance with the laws of tha state of Geor any time. BUILDER Good as the Best. I
the law of the state in which The man who Wastes present earnings Fresh Beef Pork !
,,1 : ; { they are gia. This circumstance speaks for wastes old comforts. an
d, -situated. All their resources will beeT itself. Florida ia in a similar situation, age ;;; a 1 ,
State Bank of Kissimmee.
i- "I'' available for the public under reasonable and in all probability a hundred! or more Plans and Estimates Furnished 0. I

'(t. yi conditions.. Another point which statutes will bel added during the approaching 14-lt ---- \ Satisfaction Guaranteed C. H. 'WEBKING, N 1B:: Mutton

t I wish to emphasize is that we are not session, Large desk blotters tor sale at,this .
4 ? going to take from people their homes Our Democratic rooster has his office fbr 10 cents. PHONE 41. I II

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TRUCK FARMS can sail and carry products from the been selling at from $50 to $100 per from $30 to $40 per acre without any fine farm land also has the Skinner system -
farm right to the city dock. \As\ located acre Part ef this tract can be retailedout improvements w"hatever. A colony is of irrigation ; has sometimes pro-
1 We have for sale 1 3-4 acres of a quarter mile from a spj/fof the R. in small -bodies at $T5! to '$I00 I an :located about this farm. Thi 80 acres duced over $1000 per acre in grooving >
land not far from the heart of the city R. and-one and a half miTes from the acre. About 4OO acres of' this land is 'has five acres of orange -grbvfe. Lhree truck per annum. This is one of the
----that is fenced and under cultivation andis city limits. Here is the finest flowing prairie part of which is finest prairie acres of which are fine bearing (trees, most delightful places to be found in !
+ the finest of rich trucking land In -the well loaded with'bloom this yearS the Florida. The is to $
well in this country carrying the water muck soil and grows the finest grassesto owner now ready retire -
country; has a flowing well and the land to a height of 10 feet-above the ground be found in the State. There is per. other two acres are young trees justcoming and let some one else have a chance.
r' is all irrigated by the Sanford sub-irri- and flowing sufficient water to irrigatethe haps 40 acres of.hammock land, finest on. Large 4-room box house This property is worth $20OOO ; time k'
gation system so that one can turn wash house, stable shed hay be had and might be had +
entire tract. Now growing crops land t'H.citrus' fruits: 15 or 20 acres gramery can on some r
water on or off at wril. l n tune /ol- such as sweetcorn, field corn kaffir "ready to plant to orange or grapefruit mow and well of good water on this for .little less money, ; Will introduce

lows the Flow, and with this happy state corn, red clover potatoes, cabbage peas!! trees over 1 100 trees now in bearing place. This can be had for $3200 on customer to own r and let them deal ft!
of affairs you can grow enormous crops. beans lettuce. radishes and in fact all 4-room house. stable weH. etc. About very favorable terms. Price is but little direct.
...jQn the 15th day of February. 191O one kinds of vegetables common to this 1.60 acres of high pine land good for higher than unimpfo"ved land in same
acre and an eighth of this land was planted country. 4 acres of this land was planted farming and! fruit growing. This entire neighborhood but thi owner does not ; RANCH \,

to Irish potatoes and yielded seventytwo tb cabbage by a farmer who raisedsix tract can be purchased for $30 per acre, live on the place ands willing to sell at CHIC
- barrels, however corn was planted carloads of fine cabbage and sold favorable terms of payment and is a decided that price. ) 17-, chicken ranch
between the rows and when the pota- less than mile from the city limits :
; them on board the cars here for $2500. bargain. Would 'make one of the one ;
toes dug that worked\ the corn, and L1NDLEV well built 5-room house in I
were and this crop was produced in less finest dairy farms, in Florida. FORTY has a good
.:.A. the beans were pTanted where the pota- than four months leaving eight monthsto ohe'and miles good repair with porch ; all fixed up r 4
tract i half
toes had been these crops both maturing We do 8 -Ten acresof land located just 13This IB a with chicken houses and all ready for 'Igrowing
farm the land to other crop's. fr"om has
Urn ts of Kissimrnee
and were good yield and removed from across road from post office and store. the city : chickens. This i is, owned by an *
claim that this be done
not can every and in cultivation,
the ground which was leveled down and of 1OO. yards from school house,,200 yards 20 acres cleare elderly gentleman who wants to retire i
but it shows the possibilities
i season Four
then the finest crop of hay harvested; from church: one and a Quarter miles to fenced and cros fenced. room and move into town. Price exceedingly 4r
Ih than
the land and even greater returns the
much bufserves
miles house of not value .
in November two From townof
the land was planted to cabbage railroad junction; a encouragingly.
that often from Florida truck- ;r
are mace for tenan has smokehouse
purpose fire-place
. which is now ready to harvest 2000 people. Land lies practicallylevelr
ing lands. There isa S-fooTn house well of
: chicken stable
in thirteen fertile soil fenced and cross house
thus making crops ; h, ; BUSINESS LOCATION
flowing well at house $Ior family use water in yard tw. :fine orange trees in
months off the same land. This land shea fenced; about three acres of very finest
good; stable with hay mow grain- the and lots of ornamental shrubbery in the heart of
; yard 18-We have fight our
cap be purchased' $1 1 55O.. and one grove, mostly grapefruit some tangerines i\\
will than for it. ery etc. This land is fenced and cross and Lots of stables and suchxas aape-myrtle, cape-jessa business section the only vacant lot I in, ,
year's crops [more yay oranges.
fenced. Best property in Florida. sheds good well of water. House recently mine oleanaetyrnulberry trees. Twenty this part of the town 50 feet frontingon I,

Truck and Citrus Fruit Land Combined -' burned down. This tract can be acres of timber mostly pine and perhapstwo Broadway and also fronting on another -

Farm and Truck- Land Combined. purchased $2OOO, and the grove if and a half acres of cypress being business street being a triangular' II
'} 2-Here we have about' 12 3-4 acres handled will earn' that fine for 'elegraph and telephone poles shape the lot being 120 feet one7side
I ; of land, about half of which is inside the with) properly Terms.soon if desired'. and fence posts. This is owned by an and about 80 feet the other. There' is
of land beau- amount of .
5 Forty-two money.
\ *ity limits! other half just outside the Oregon man who will sell for $1600. !not an empty business house iivtbwn or
city limits. About 5 acres of this landis tiful lake, front: T acres in orange grove tan- 9-32 acres of land joins up to railroad Time on part if desired. a room where ,one can get ,Into to do
1\" most of which is in bearing: so'mQ.
rich muck soil well drained and fine
station: fenced and cross fenced; business. This proposition cold be purchased + t+
for crops of all kinds of vegetables and gerines and grape fruit; lots of is black-the 12 acres planted to grapefruit and or- +* O'BERRY FORTY and a business housebuilt// so as k kto

, farming. Balance of the land is higher finest berries of; some hammock with This a small anges; about 100 large bearing trees, 14-This tract lies a quarter of a mile pay 25 per cent on Invest+enL The ,. 1
and well adapted to growing all kinds of down balance just coming into bearing; about from a railroad junction. four miles from price'of lot is 500. and

; citrus fruits. Land is fenced aml"cross .portion towards of the.high lake pin a land great, running deal of this 500 peach trees in bearing. Some oak Kissimmee.. Fifteen-acres in cultivationand can be lease without), hayt?buildings, 1

fenced; five-room house well of water ,tract I.the finest; of" muck land: has and pine timber, Four box: houses on fenced, gobd fence on three sides of on it and make good mon by letting'
'- with pumo.coming up side, of house so house wfth' the place. Can ba,purchased on favorable place. 'Right good 4-room house with party put.up temporary/b ldlni'-. This
ohe does not have'to go off the porch"' to three two'porches.flowing wells This;is sib owned room by a non- terms: at a bargain price 'Will intro-' two; fire places;two 'porch' s, lice ornamental proposition will grow more valuable ands Ir

,get water. Fine grove adjpininsf'thisland. resident; who will sell for $5000; on duce customers to owner' and let them' ,shrubbery about the yard. Abouta both a safe and profitable,/'investment s
and in fact on two sides of it; no deal direct for this place. dozen good orange trees i in bearing;; its
doubt about deal of this being favorable terms payment. i
a great HOME
land. About Jten PINEPALE
', extraordinary fruit land. Owned by a Adjoining this we have 45 acres .jo\\ 10-We have 10 acres tract in Park splendid orange '

t non-resident who will sell for $1250; fine hammock land about four acres of Garden where we guarantee fine flowing acres of from very school fine and trucking CI1U' h land This; 200 is 19-We have house in Pinedale, out- ;I
which has just been set,to oranges and wells finest of rich soil where farmers! yards
t time on Dart if desired. ; splendid proposition, and .an be purchased side the city limits, on high) ground sur-
3'-- 22 1-2 acres of land fronting on grapefruit. Flowing well ban be had on are doing well growing all kindsNqf vegetables a for $16OO. rounded by beautiful pines ; can go on "
Lake Tohopekaliga. 1 10 acres of this any part of this tract Price $35OO: for the northern markets which I, the veranda the second'story and see *

land in, cultivation and crops growing; terms if desired. pay high prices for vegetables atNWs CARSON FOR the lake for a distance of four or five 1
s fenced with woven wire fence. It Is the. 6We have 480 acres of land just time of year when other countries c knot miles ; can see the cars running for two
half mile from the city limits of Kis- These l lands 15-This tract is one and k half miles 1
a them. are
l meet fertile land that can be found in produce miles' distance and can I look all over the
ld' the state of Florida, and we will! guaran- simmee that lies gently sloping; stream convenient to town, railroad lake and to< fhim the city limits 00m house. town. It.i.i is an ideal ,home..and! a ,most, 4
.: 4 tee a flowing,well on any acre of this runs across one side of it; land fenced county road. We want to tell you about porches, well of good water with pump, healthy place; neighbors" all arouna.u tx
22 1-2 acres. Has beautiful lake front. with barbed wire. Fine proposition to this fully. Particulars to interested on porotj. About 15 cleared; a ts a fine little farm 126 feet one way ,
cut and sell in small tracts; can be few orange trees. It is good orange and '
can go right from the city dock here in up parties. by 275 feet the other way, fronting on "!
disposed of at from $40 to $65 per truck land :p lopes a little to the north ;
town to this land by launch; also wagon! two streets. The house Is 18 by 3O '
k. acre. Three small houses with small 11-Three acres of fine orange grove quarter of axmile from a good large ;..
road to drive to the land there being an6pen feet two'rooms below ahd two rooms
inside the city limits with 7-room house waterNwhere fine fish can be
with each. stream pf
portion of land in cultivation
road on one side of it. This land above 5> closets porch and veranda In
near the centre, trees large and thrifty; This be purchased for $40
non-resident can
This tract is owned by. a caught.
rich and fertile with and porch in Chicken house :
beitig+ exceedingly front tear
and in good bearing condition; heavy Favorable terms of payment
who will soil for $25 per acre; favorable : per acre.
splendid flow of water makes it very and splendid ,deep well. This proposition -
of bloom this year. Owned by non-
valuable, and to the lake front gives onea terms of payments crop resident who will sell.for $3OOO.. DREAMLA caq be had.1 for $1550, on favorable .. ;
most pleasing and beautiful site for a FISH LAKE FARM. terms of payment Fine place- for a ;
home and valuable farm in this country. SLADE PROPERTY 16-This beautiful loco Ion Halmost chicken ranch and growing.some citrus'
Price of this is $2500 on terms of one- 7--This tract contains 674 acres, located surrounded by a lake has k splendid !O- fruits; ' '. .
third cash balance one and twoyears midway between Kis8mmee} and 12--This place embraces. acres opine room house with waterwo s throui Il ,

r! wih( 6 per 'cent .interest on deferred St. Cloud being about four miles from and oak land: 20 acres cleared and nice porch surrounded by\ a beauti 1 Colonization Propositions.We .
payments. Here we have an opportunity either place mile and a half from junction in cultivation: fenced and cross fenced grove of fruit trees and >F orhamenta' "
to make money to pay for it .off of station of railroad and a quarter ofa into different fields. Former awnero shrubbery ; 15 or 20 .acre of orange have a number of excellent
the land. Land no better than this is mile from flag station. Has more thana this place kept several hundred head of and tangerine grove, said tc be one of colon' anon propositions anywhere from 4
,selling at from $300 to $500 an acre. mila of beautiful lake front: fime place cattle and penned them at night on this the finest in Florida. All kinds of fruit 320 acreato 2O.OOO acres.prices rang V4
4-About 32 acres of .truck land located for building cottages and selling small land so that land is exceedingly rich can biI had on this farm, an the owner ing from $5 50 per acre to $25 per acre
on Shingle Creek, a beautiful tracts of land at high prices. A tracLo and fertile. Land ,all around this sold has grown wealthy from the, products of owing to kinoxand quality' of land location -
r stream of water on which large boats land just across,the road from this has out in lO-acre tracts at prices ranging this'farm : has some fine! "ffasture and: etc.

Now is a good time toJnvest Florida property. Florida is-the only State in the' Union with 1200 miles'. of coast line /;:>ih both; 3<

"water and rail transportation to the best markets of the United States at a distance/of/ less than 1000 miles. / \' "

Our climatic conditions are ideal and healthful, the death rate being only 3'per cent per annum. We grow all the citrus fruits /

successfully and profitably and the finest of vegetables all through mid-winter when other countries are frozen up and lying dot mant. '" .'

Our people are social, hospitable and kind.' School and church first-class.. Having the great Atlantic Ocean, on the "

east and the Gulf ,of Mexico on the west and south, wol:: ave pleasant breezes through the summer to break the force of the heat, and -- "

one can sleep under light cover any night in the summer season. This is an ideal country for an all rear round home, and wo have

many lines of industry here that ore both pleasant and profitable. '

,r W It is marvelous what can: be accomplished: here by intensive farming small acreage. We believe that more money cap be -

1 made here per acre ui this line of business than in any other part of the. United States. .

:-'';' Corresponcence solicited. Full particulars to interested parties. "A

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Kissimmcc' Valley: Gazelle to TUE[ POOR INDIAN I"who" are now Mr:rfsldh\g and Mrs.there.W/, R. EVANGELISTIC '

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.,- - -- --- galax leaves' from the falls ,were .

t Vf:,, B. HARRIS, Editor and prop'r ,| In the decorations, effectively.; in the Baptist Church-Are ,

> ? .5, J, JTRtPLETT, Associate Editor. Whose Untutored Mind Sees God in refreshments were- served
,- -- | 'Yher* were"prt' lent JJlr, and Large Audiences,
Himin .
PUBLISHED EVERY: FRID.AY. the Cjouds and I Hears I I R. McDuffy, Mrs. ,Stein ,of services which be : ROYALBAKING

Office in Valley QueUe ,Building; the Wind. j iNrcVMr: ; Speilman, otMaryland; Baptist church lost\ Sunday

d Li88lMMEE.OSCEOLA, 0 COUNTY. FtA.BUBSCiUPTlOhl .1))' I and Mrs. R.' A. Forrest, of ;; large. and 'ap eciative ;

V" j Mra. Deery. of Atlanta and The meetings are riot yt a .

ly,, RATES: We of Ame'rica.are living tn fI commercial I i Mrs. E. 'P. Simpson, of Tocoa. but the interest is mvint! ;, ,

! Ii L .... 0.Omm.COPY matt., .Dna 1.. montlu..T-rr ., A .V..el. . MAll 00 age, .think In" little, "caring less "Mr. and _Mrs Wetherbee will ,

.. -- for the rights of others \than at any f their home at Haddock Inn, where is one of the most inter j '

t mminunlcatlorw, ."cept from our 'author-wtitorB tinie in the history of man. Sentiment will be members of the itors of Kissim- ] r '
Iswl csorrMpondimO. ,must he land by the j Scripture .
..i ct..d amtur will not l returned unlace him been relegated to 'the clorted and i school there, the; pleasure of hearing for'j' POWDER : J

f ? r e.lld '0"'__: -_- -_ forgotten/ memoriesami) ) few .of us today i of years. lie is clear, force- I ,. .

Itet.ted.t the Pn.tofna In KI""immFla.. ..uae.oedclau ever open' a volume of the Leather :
pleasing. (His vivid descrip- V
.mall.tter. Stocking ner:>8 of Fennimore Cooper. oratorical Absolutely Pure '
==- --- l W. C. T. U. I Ii flights hold his au .
The oH {n-iul owners' o. v. this-country,
Friday, March 31 1911 ) He draws 'upon
.. .' M: who, l awed with and who \\JS ru/IA part of Scripture- stories for his '
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God i The official Government tests
mi/M saw
whose untutored
nature ( I Ij
i I 4'Viday, March 2-llh, was Neal and does not stoop to the r"
in the cuudx) tind hBn' >'IInn in the Baking Powder to be
show Royal _
Is Sent Complimentary. day j at I tht* :-U.nion, and after the and unscriptural His prop ?_
wind, are flint k'avin){ <>uly a memory, '
| action of the regular( btfsjness, few; and to the. |paint The an absolutely pure' and healthful u ut
f thin and f..w'mor.. of greed arid)
)Parties rerejving/ paper H years Jie has been
| interesting papers were read a pastor HO ,
who 'are not regular BUbRrribrrs avarice i on the white nian'n part will has cream of tartar baking :
_" i life and work of this great a tendency! to keep
r must raft think that it in the ifI ]- taxtinglllHI' l) toe last.-iqht, in the tepee.Hut | arrangements were (completed for >ujChly orthodox path. 6 powder, and care should be taken ;

"tention of the publishers. to laterdemand i wi- of t-TJis age, when our mind i lit i have i added themselves. to the ,. ;
lending of twenty-five "c&mfort of
r 4' ,' of th'm the HUuKcription wholly. ,ocrupifil. i ip. chasing'tlie| elusive | to-tht/sailors of the : .' Some- who' have not to prevent the substitution any .
f price, as it in. mailed to them com dollar I'1"' w<1 misfit; live in a gildudialuce i| Refreshments were served and to their covenant in the) other brand in its place. ;
{ Board of County and fj.-deck" ourselves. in fine I
t plirncntary ComrnisilionerA by for the "tnirpnseI .. |lifx'il, ,. have 'little() time for .sentiment afternoon paused most (pleasantly.The reconsecrated' service.' themselves to I' I. With no other agent can biscuit.e :
wocnen-ot this oVganizatiun ) '
the little time to out tile! command I. 'ke and hot-breads be made .
them with carry
aeq'JiintinR" ( .Qr and committee \
I a ago learned that there are more. of'workers!: :
' opportunities to "love thy neighbor us thyself,
'many advnn.Uigeiand names ofa great who ] healthful and delicious.Royal .
than one to win a victory : many
1 I II t this town and county offer/ little I time to think of tlip |poor' and unlettered become interested' in these .so pure,
... ; ... "the homeKeeker. The paper Will ftncl, ; unfortunate nations/ of lieuI "For. her sphere: is hounded only. ,
,\ % "i the talents God; has A great deal of persons]
,.,J be> mailed for'a f
f peraon'hose name IH' niven u Q, noble in thoiiifht and, in net, that we by Earth, car) be made more .' | .. and is cheaper and better at its price than any other baking 1

)' and if they ..hould ili-Kiic\ lo n'- force of Mumlyrs and ..deception, have Through their forty different will I he here all of next i powder in the world. It makes pure, clean, healthful food. .

"r'F t'" ," rave( it regularly theri, .-after, ve forced" from off' the grand prairies' and ments, with n superintendent, for : .. services each day will con
't' ; would tie glad( to put llnTn' on our from out the mighty hsirnniot Urt, where .
they are enabled, 1 to lend their held at 3:110:: and 7 p. m. :
! i I" subscription. > lint at the le ulurraten$1 they rnaitii'il at will and did no m'an an to almo' '\'.ry needed.1 reform. ...... on Sunday will be at 11 Royal Cook Poek--800 Rectiptt- Free. Send Name and Addrtt
, [,((1 rents for injury' into the wart ol land, that was '
per year f.
The local I meeting are ( /( 7 p. m.- The- subjects for
nix month until within the. past. few yearn. eoMHtdtred 'I ROYAL. RAKING PowER: CO Nf W YORK.
'J terest.' It can not well be be John :ilti!: atHhe morn-

r: : .ItI .fI worthless and I impenetrable. The for with .such. a diversity l of work, and a "Call to the Sleeping' .
I story of I'ocaliontas, IH' no longer taughtto : .
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, is always something of vital Night.
.p +"., 1 ruck growers in this,, sermon. arc our t'liiWrc'n) the .song of Hiawatha be considered.The
shipping Irish. potatoes, anjrt' the l beat> of, no longer Kung) hey our inault-ns, ; themipjbty next meeting occurs. April ..... Local Overflow people, among them. !Mrs. !Modi, ofFredericklown
.. of Tecumseh are forgotten 1 '
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II' prl(' .s are obtained. \ All women interested cordially and a !Mr. Kmvhart. of
and the rusting place of noble and I l I An Explanation. i t. -
J t comed. ni-ur ('h"1" 1III,', arc rnjoymg Kimimrnet'K -
i. of the Hoard, of TrCldo l brave> Osceola'i).. renitiiiiH in known hy I . Mr. N. who has been
Harry Harrow
e the mooting "N' action, whether foul or fair . committee (>If the. perpetual Hummer sunshine and

.. .r.i on Monday, night was the largest' few.Still Is ever dime, but it leaves "'' ,' Woman's Leiigue, el c sire, to spending thi1 pant 'five months in Kls- (lowers, which. seem" lo allure hundredsof
at'l 1
f tended, since its organization, but there are tmifn when thesympiitln'tre A recordIn ( ,' to those,: who KO.jf.-n- simmer and, for a time was. cunnet'd
. ti ; wasn't/ marker to what I the one l cord m mil" '... make-up is the. strength greater weakness, or. the { ".. tickets for Mr. LH- with the Valley (Gazette; 1..f1)1'1'1'/) have purchased property' or luar'KiHsirnmtM -
:; f be on the night o/ April IDthtr touched, and memory reverts to the (Of all the acts winch. follow it. last week! Tuesday morning for IIIM' home in Hen- jiud will, remain n'IUrl1l1l'al i.
i days when the people' who inhabiteilthio und'1 ton Harbor, Mich. On his home --
" : .' '. Corresponding that .the local way Mt. Vermin ((0.) KcpuMicari
I j, t sc. Diaz m old enough to know that there" region were happy!! anti" contented by it. The terms of the hi- expects t" visit St. AuKUNtihf. and

.t. I : Lea limit, to the amount of oppression. the braves, p providing' tixiil, with bow and LOUIS L BARBEAUPasses .. .such that life committee will upend, it few weeks in Cincinnati., cc r Death From Apoplexy.

jl I '. the common people, will stand and that arrow and the maid' making( the night .. the league! could make (During\ his utay. with us Mr. Darrow

i ; ; gentleman richly deserves, ; the dose beautiful with her love HonAnd/ one Eternity but it was anopjiortunity' bait made many friends who will, I be On Saturday last Mr Henry Hamel,

;' \ t''. being handed him by the insurrection of these. times have arrived in Kissim-' Into After a "\ High class enter sorry to hear of his departure but he who came) to KlwHimmce from !1'iltn-,

\'. I I! : ists. mt>... the one who has l brought it about and Useful Life. to our town. Every expense: feels. it imposaibli-, stay'away from burg, I'M about two months. ago, suffered -

.beingBilly (How Legs., one of the mostprominent of house. advertis home and native land any longer. a stroke of apoplexy\ which ter
the opera
The Valley Gazette Bays "the Kis- of the' fast decaying Seminoles Yesterday morning{ Valley ', fIllna'd) fatally al an early hour ..Tuesday -
kets Mr.
Band of thecity's zette received the information was paid by La-I' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hale left Thurs. f
imnnee Cornet is one who' inhabit the Everglades. Billy I morning, and the remain were ,
the local ladies .
'V biggest drawing cards, and I thatit Louis E. Barbeau had pas ed were ex day for their summer home at Omaha '
to embalmed by Undertaker W. Thompson
spenda -
I arrived in the city on Monday,
sell tickets the !
takes money to run 'band. Perhaps few days with his friend, Mr. J M. eternity at Los Angeles Calif. even the jis III. but their, granddaughter. / Mane, and, shipped to I'ltttiburg on Wednesday i
that's the matter with the Orlando he had been taken some time H : { offered! to do that. This I will remain here the. guest of Mr''.
manyyeal'B has Deceased in health
Willson, .fr., who for ( wax poor tp
.' Citizen. his sons in the hopes that his life : was not aware of her plan |I Uearden until they return the, fall.
band. Orange County in
restoration of few of for and here in the (
labored] for the a years came hopes
._; be ], he having been { numbers of ticket with 1
- prolonged I Mr. Hale has for Home yeart.dtided
y iws. the rights of the Indians of Florida. that our climate, would! benefit, him !
''i' Evidently Messrs. Morse and{ Walsh ceedingly/: poor .health. for business men. They sup- his time between KiBttinimee and Omaha ..
character and but the, of disease had to *
lie is a most picturesque ., ravages be
would sell individual :
t, gentlemen who aru- serving .terms in while being clothed somewhat after thewhite months. to an i but says that he and Mrs. Hale have surely fastened. its. fangs'; upon him
I federal prisons for embezzling and a 1 Mr. Harbeau's home was at 1'T"E! he desired to use. about reached that age. when a continuous 1
man's, fashion. he, still wears all the for recovery, to be ponBible, and the end .
f ffWother minor offenses against society Creek, N. Y., where he owned an .injustice to I residence in one place' is more to
the colors! of the rainbov and the turban wan. expected[) by those who had met
hold them in
were not contributors lo the Republican decorated with birds wings. Dur- tensive manufacturing plant; any way re their liking, and that it is more than I'rtim. During his short residence here
fund to the the sixteen has for the unusual methods used that this be the'sum
campaign prior ing thrs week Billy has been the recipient past years in (probable will he had made many friends, who sincerely I
election Mr. Taft has winters here, owning a beautiful young lady agent will from here.
last general1 as of much attention from our people, mer they' spend! away !l regret: that death sosoonclaimed '
refused them pardon. on Ingrams Island immediately' i iI
\. being elected an honorary member' 'of end of the trestle oVer the lake. desire to know the The Monday meeting of the League |I him. ... .,. .: --- /
the Board of Trade on 'Monday night/ ;
all those who bought tickets was unusually interesting. There being
years had the
i Mr Barbeau 1
: "The right of the people! to break ago i
by Meeting.
; reception and gift-shower Quarterly
given *
fi fortune 1 lose hit wife by' death dispose .ot-themPleaee little business, there was time for a de.UAhtful : .
small ; '
themselves into communities: I i >'
up stone Tuesday ,
the of .the Gray on '
guests A
'r .' for self-government should 'not a' few days after'she had been Committee,.Ameri ; social hour. 'carefully pre f The second quartt>rly' meeting will"
band that
'j serenaded_ the
and by
' "Home Economic Subjec'tsl'
pared on be held in Methodist
nied. The -nearer the government'can to he{ final rest, his son also League, City. paper l the church next
of the most notable
night. lie is one was'bv Mrs. Boice. Tea.
Sunday Monday.
the over the river, and from that
the the better
come to people, government
men of the Seminole tribe, as well as to Kill Brother. and \
sandwiches nerved
fudges by
is until death claimed him> were, Elder, Rev. S. W. Lawler, will preach
be. The
is likely to above! /
of the wealthiest; worth, until I
one being committee of ladiesMisses
Claude L'Engle's statement of the principles scending the road that led to the night last, near the hour of a young 'I both morning and night At the close
'j that should govern in creating a short time ago, about $300, whichis of the dead. one Louis King entered the Moan, Wilder and Aultman. The next of the morning sermon, the holy com-
considered extremely wealthy by to be full] of inter .
meeting promises st.A munion will be administered.
counties. Louis E. Barbeau was a brother Frank while drunk.
these guileless people, but about a year the of
continuing subject homeeconornics
paper You are invited to come and partakeof
". ---- -- all a good man, a true friend. This arose between .the two
ago fire destroyed his camp and 1 his is to be written. Miss
!" by I this spiritual feast.
Ten twenty and thirty story buildings him practically I Ii munity could ill afford to,lose him. though Frank did not think "
belongings, leaving Twitchell. and the refreshment
- -- com- W. H. Funk, Pastor
anything serious, as it re 1 tA
sound big and .make an ordinary -
may i. penniless, though he is fast regaining mitte consists of the following ladies: I ,_ _
; town look like a great city, but : MR. I f. to the drunken; brother's be '
his former financial standing, as he is Mrs. D. C. Lee, Mrs. Boico Mrs. Pfann Card to the Public.
when they are to be bad at the cost of first-class hunter and first intimation that Frank I . -
considered a and M rs. Carr Miss Wilder has chargeof ...
lA the lives of one hundred and forty girls, trader. 'well as writes was more than an argument Editor Valley Gazette: w'
t Billy speaks as Advocates Taxing the People the musical program. All membersare
. KisBimmee will restcontent and continue i and his brother was when Please allow me in columns -
; well and shows the association space your
English very urged to be present at there meet
to grow and prosper with her two of white people. He is here to Build Good Roads. that Louis was working ings. \tu thank the voters of this city

.a, and three story brick and concrete principally to get medical attention for Kissimmee, Fla., Mar. 28, with his pocket knife Sev I for the highly complimentary vote cast

i structures.. his sister, who arrived this week and is Kissimrnee; Valley Gazette. cuts were made upon his Mrs. N. A. Clay, of West Sugar for me for the office of councilman! at :

9 I =..=-'--= -=- - under the care of Dr. M, J. Hicks. : Dear Editor : I see in your he could free himself! street, who has been visiting at Kin- I the election held March 25. I appreciate

Mr.'Laft says Booker T. is hie friend, Both Billy and his sister will leave for issue, March 24th, that you are would-be assassin. aim mee, Fla., returned home Thursday.I the interest manifested very much, es

? ,: and he doesn't propose to sit idly by : their camp in the Cow Creek settlementon eating a bond issue to build of the assault was one evening. She reports the Mt. Vernon Lpecially as there was no opposition to i ii

t'i and permit: any white man to band him the east coast as soon as the girl's Osceola county. I suppose this near the heart, two and colony at Klssimmee in a flourishing !i the candidates for councilmen, under .,.

a few and get away with it. It strikesOJ health is restored, which it is expected tion is open for the taxpayers I deep; one in the back; condition, all) well and happy. The I which circumstances it is customary

P that our President would be engaged will be in a few days. cuss, though you did not say wounds, one of which is Jones, Stute and Clay truck farms are for a light vote to be cast.

I. in a much cleaner and more humane would let others talk on'the long. Dr. Creel was sum- I looking fine and promise a bumper crop i I shall endeavor to use my best efforts ..'

business were he;; to give a little thought through your paper. This is a once, and the patient is well of all kinds of vegetables, especiallyIrish i toward the upbuilding of this my
to the death by burning of one hundred I. question, and I take it for granted to recovery. potatoes, cabbage and beets. : adopted city under any and all conditions -, L

+ ;'' and forty girls in a shirt factory in you would be glad to hear from assassin left for parts Messrs. Hall and Painter, two well- 1 which may arise.Jieepectfuuy.. *'

fsf V New York. Anna Lhildress of 'Ohio Weds as we all are interested. I am immediately 'after the fiend known former Mt. Vernon residents, I .

n____ Mr. G. B. Wetherbee of Honda posed to good roads ; think we as yet has not been appre- are doing a rushing business in photog H. M. Breaker. l '

The legislature of Florida meets at to have good roads, but do not EBU Gallie Record. .. __ __ ___ ____ __ __ _. __ - _u_ _, '- __ _.
Tallahassee. next week, and for two The following account of the mar- we ought to float bonds for this formerly lived in Kissihn- -

r months: the halls of that historic old riage of Rev. George Wetherbee, son pose: You Bay to bond the will be remembered by many 4-

house will ring 'with flights of oratory of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wetherbee, 6f Milliard two hundred and fifty thousand .1--- ., a. v . ,

'' beseeching members to vote for mean- I : 'a Island, is taken from a paper I do not know just what Soil and Conditions.-- L v .' .

ares to protect the gopher, the 'gator, published at Tocoa, Ga., where Mr. money could be had at, .but for"a 160,000 ACRES A.J $4.00,' in the "

.-J th*hog and the muskrat, but the man Wetherbee in engaged in ministerial! 1 will say six per cent, BO the settler wants to make a famous Kissimrnee
Valley i bordering .
who pleads for the passage of a law to work in connection with a Christian Alliance on $250,000 would'be $15,000 each :Florida the first t.hing)1e on, .

protect the children from the greed and School : quite a sum to go in the pockets in his head is that he does Lake; Okeechobee and KisiimmeA River.\. '. .

I ,r j avarice of brutal monopoly, will pleadin Qn Saturday evening, March'18th, at monied man and out of the It all and that the old settler 1

&If t whispers so faint they can not Let 9:30: o'clock, Mias Anna Childness, ofOhio thetaxpayer; and these bonds I fools. 25,000 ACRES CUT OVER Landat f

: n 4' ", heard by his seat mate. was united in marriage with Mr. have to be dated for not less the new settler hu come $6.25, on A. C. L. R. R. Splendid citrus

J' q ,I. 4 I George) B. Wetherbee Florida. Rev. years. So you see we would where you never see a fruit tract. :.- ..
. ; The fellow who said we wre an old- It A. Fbrrest, of Atlanta, officiated. this same bloated bond clipper $1 outfit In a field, but where r

1 I: A timer, a back number and not up with This is the happy and romantic culmination for the use of his money for ten six large horses pulling a .. t \

:9 A y the latter day way of doing things was of a friendship formed while Now, let me suggest a plan by or a thirty-foo harrow are ....... OTHER COLONY TRACTS .1.... _

possibly correct, for we just can't see they were pupils at school at Nyack, we can do this work and save and the little pony and scooter- \ --1 n r.
!' I our way clear to believe the decent, New York. dollar of this interest the Florida trucker may' look ro
i money 800 ACRES AT BASSINGER in O. '
! self-respecting white people of the One is reminded of the beautiful love bloated bondholder would get But it is also possible *.

+, r i United States, and especially: Southern story of Isaac and Rebecca, in that This is by direct taxation. man' with the pony outfit is ceola Co. Prospects of joon being a rai I f.t ..

n white,! people, are due any respect for Miss Childress came from her far distant County Commissioners levy the soil' as intelligently as road town. Splendid opportunity, this, to -" ar

'! , ( Jlr. Taft, now that he has flown into home to wed Mr. Wetherbee. each year to raise the amount the six-horse outfit. make a nice turn in real estate.J. .

. s the face of all decency by the recess She was met i'n Atlanta by the groom required from year to year to and soils are different in
f appointment of that Boston negro tot elect, and they were chaperoned to To- wdrk. By all means let us pay those in any other state

the position of assistant attorney general coa by Mr. and Mra. R. A. Forrest.. as we go, and save that $160,000 man who .was raised here or M. WILLSON Jr. ,
,r r. after the Senate refused to con- The young bnde was beautiful In a terest money we would have to lived here for years. knows

} es' Ann him. As we have said, we may gown of soft white silk, garnished with others. these condition. than the Kissimmee, Fla. :
? be a back number, but we willI never lace and hand-embroidery. Her flowers. I hope my plan will meet and the settler who would ,

live long enough to consent to the placing were carnations and bride rose. provall .. will do well to accept i

; ry of the whit'women of America on Haddock Inn wai brilliantly Ughtedand l' I am yoors, etc., govern himself according-

a level with negro women. made attractive for this festive-.' F. H. Homeseekpr.? I '
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' > fife Valleu Gazette Mrs .Missouri Bronson returned last Mr. and ,Mrs.< Thomas Tedder, of Mr. and Mr. Jta. E. Davis and Mm. t ,4

Saturday from a two weeks' visit with Plant City spent Tuesday In Kisiimtnee Boggs, of Sharon, Pa., regular winter

1 TELEPHONE NO..1% friends in Orlando, where she also attended the guests of Mrs.. Tedder's parents, visitors to Kissimmee, leave Mo day

t ', the convention of the Qiristidn Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lavlr1.; \They were for home, but will return.In the'early At You Going to Build?

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY"* and Missionary Alliance. accompanied by their cousins, Mrs. Ida fall, when Mr. Davis, will 'make exten-

-'T-4 Parry and Miss Esther Billingsfelt, of save :
improvements' on his
t .' It is learned that the new bank to be property at
W.iB, MAF4F4I8. Philadelphia, who had been visiting the head
'atr.8t. Mrs. Davis
f .- located at. St. Cloud will, be opened for V'lfl
I ::::0.: -- them, and were on their'way home.. was in. exceedingly health when
business on or about May 1st. Mr. J, poor
i t/.a.I ---_...:...., she fame In \IRD -
\ M.Johnaenat present deputy county Mr, J. C. Davis t'franklin., Pa., December, but returne'lothe ; J .rz

Weather clerk, will the.cashier. .- reacted Kistimmee' on Wednesday North completelycured. '

Report -Mr. G. It. Roberson, a valued member I night on-a rrospectirt tour, and is looktnff 'The automobile ''business *'ln - aMlOeiler. ,'f r ,

over this section with a' view to locating continues to and all local s A !a
of the Valley Gazette forceis: ( grow;: 'fig-Lr
Following are' the daily ternparatures spending a few weeks rusticating :, and from the way he speaks of garages are doing a thriving business. I sir
J. and precipitation as smonar' the beautiful lakes along the Kissinrmee) and the l many advantages It Among the recent sales reported are J, ? 1 II
has to offer, Jt is more than probablehe J. Griffin's : j jI
reported by the Government line of the Midland railway. Garage V> S. S. Griffin an
etation'at Kissimrnee for the' wilj- decide to permanently] locate E. M. F. Touring car; the Kissimmee I I III '
K. B. Stubblefield of I q I rep r
Mr. Kentucky,
Auto Co. to Dr. '-
I week ending Mar. 80, .1911. ? Chunn, of St. Cloud,
here.Mr ] ,
has accepted a position as pharmacist :
and .Mrs. J. W. Shrigley, of an Overland touring car, and an exchange J
lUll MIN. CAIN with the Kissimmee 'Drug Co., and will
Wauneta, Kas., who -have been spending of a new model Overland to c.1 I I +.
? Friday . . . 75 69 .34 move his family to, this city and. be- several weeks in this city, returned W. Dann for his old one. Dr S. "W II t 1 ..t pl tIll.-' ,'.

Saturday. . 67 62 . come a permanent resident' home\ this week. Mr. Shrigley Is a Downing has recently purchaseda'large i I o

Sunday. . . 82 62 Mr. F. W. Webking; will leave next member of the firm of Dick &.shrigley Thomas Fjy+er, which, up to date, is The U. S. Gorernment has bought Neponset

Monday . . 88 64 week for 'Kansas. where' he will visit real estate. dealers of Wauneta, and is the largest and handsomest car in the I .Paroid Roofing every year since 1898-often .-

\ Tuesday. . /. 79 & .06 his daughter for a few weeks and then connected with the 'department of city. '- I a million square feet at a time-for roe at t..

Wednesday. . 82 61 270 go on to Chicago for the summer, re-. the Coldren Land Co., who have large The Ladell-Fox Concert Co., which home Alaska" Panama and the Philippines '

Thursday . 82 61 J turning to tnis'city in the-early falls ho|dings on the Kissimmee. :Prairie. gave a performance at the opera house I the coldest as well a* the hottest climates. > I

www..awww..w.rTILE The paying of Broadway with vitrified our last night tinder the auspices of the .>
new mayor, Mr. H. C. Stanford, Village Improvement Do you need proof of the wearing qualities ,
brick is the most generally discussed Society acquitted I i stronger : economy 4
is contemplating making extensive alterations themselves in and tie. satisfaction that NEPONSET affords
a manner aeldom-wit- Paroid Roofing
--------- question that has confrontedour : in his store building'on Broadway II
nessed by Do want home ? We will give it to
theater-goers in Kissimmee. you proof nearer you.
people for some time, and therear.- :
by making the entire frontage of Every member of the company is an We will tell you where you can see a NKPONSET Paroid Roof., a

i : LOCAL FIELD. very. few but'who favor the proposition. plate glass, which will enable him to artist of the first class, no one member I' Sec how it looks, learn how. long it has been on, and Iiear'what '

make a much better display of his seeming to excel the other in their the owner has to say about it. ,

I IMr. I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stanford, who goods than he is able to do at present.The special line. The. V. I. S. is deserving I

__Ka%____%Ms 4Nti have been peruiing the winter in K is- entrance to the store will be at the of the thanks of our people for provu' ', ,NEPUNSET PAROID Roofing .1 i '

simmee, left for their home_ at Spokane, corner of Broadway and Ruby avenue. ino them with such a magnificent even
W. D.! Makinnon was a Kmsimmec -
Wash., on Wednesday. Their many U loUt on proof not j>romis**. f
.. visitor to ISartow this week. On yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock -1
Kissimmee friends hope to see them The "''E ..aT PAROID fUofln for the IIIt'(1 PROSLATE RoWh., lor -
Marion Clayton, the 13-months-old performance given at the -
Mr. and M rR. E. R. lia {xby of Clar- back again next season. son I operay ,oo''"Rod .ide of buns .t.blespq Mire rood ajnd"aidca ol realdeocet ....d.1I build- '
of SIr. and Mrs. W. R. Tiner answered I house last Friday night by Mr. Labadie titiildinKft. blala ,in color. Costa less ttmn. mil calling for artlatic. roofs and aiding., 1
cona were visitors to our city Monday. Owing to the absence from the city the call of "Suffer little children to and Miss Jurgens, under the auspices tunnies.. RuBiKta, tire... 1-0<>.. iiI... alilovlca. slates ,
For brood hou. .. chr-d and trmportry
f lion. Arthur E. Donegan, our ..eflicient of Col. I' A. Vans Agnew, the written! come-- unto Me," after an illness of of the American Woman's League. btiiJdiitfra tlmt n><]uiru low coal fouling NE'OMaeTWATERntOOF Balldl'xPaavov .
for I under I .od bi t
S UM '
w county clerk, was a visitor to Orlandoon report of the charter 'committee appointed many weeks and the remains were laid, was of the highest order, Mr. Labadie u sup.i
Monday. ?y the Board of Trade was notprepared to rest in Rout-hill, cemetery today\ at 2 living up to his reputation of being the ,.. bon the standard low-coni rooting fur dampnna. cold and drautbta. Cuts fuel t
tweoty five year bill one third. ,
in. time to appear in this i ilt- p. m., Rev. S. J. Vance, pastor of the greatest! living intvrpetator of human
Cement or tile sidewalk: Guaranteed ; F. W. BIRD A SON, Ea.t W....., *..
forever. Prices, rijjlit Allerton pue of the Valley Gazette. : Christian church preaching the funeral character, and Miss Jurgens acquitting 9

merchants sermon. I herself to the entire satisfaction of the
& Denig. H-tf Several of our are taking

Mrs Hyatt and baby are spending advantage of these quiet days luring Mrs. I), C. Lee r returned to the city ; audience.and versatile These most should accomplished be I.
people seen to
"fix their business houses, For Sjale
lent to up" By
the week in Lakeland visiting{ Mrs. Sunday evening from a trip of several be for
fully appreciated, they are both
whom is Mr. C. A. Cole, who
Hyatt's parents.St. among weeks to Miami and Havana Cuba, and.: real artists.
has had soml.'l'ry artistic signs placedin reps its a most delightful trip.: On account -
John's Guild will meet I at the front of his jewelry store. i There is a sum of one hundred dollars
of the dl'ath'of her sister-in-law
home of Mrsi. Stanley II. Bullock onTuesday I deposited in one of our banks, to be ex-
Mr. and the illness of her mother, Mrs. Leehas W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY
We helve been informed that M.
afternoon) at .5':HO.- pended for the improvement of the !
been forced to shorten her visit to
R. Carson has I
purchased an j
i ( house
Mr. J R. 0 Meek attended the meeting I his farm of the Kissimmee for this, season, and will return yard as a park, as soon as ,
820: west
acres adjoining J "
the have
jail shall) been removed from
or'ttw I'
Underwriter Association
Florida to "Baltimore the latter .part of i
(city making his holding now somethingover
that vicinity. Nature has done so much
held in Orlando this Yo..k.Mr. .
next week.
.MX( ) acres on which he will shortly I
that spot that, with the addition ofa
It. Meek ent in begin/: the erection of a handsome resi handsome entrance J d?
O. t.|> Tuesday Mr. Peter Hartenstem, general manager and a few other I. - - - --- -- --

Orlando in attendance upon| the, meeting dence. of the Whitaker Iron Go's., works decorative features, it will be t.3 at-

of lire insurance.. agents in that city. lIon C. S. Acree, representative in at, Principio Furnace, Maryland, who tractive a park as any town of this size

Messrs.C. W. and A, K. Speer of the legislature from this county, left has/ been' :spending several. weeks in can boast of, and. ilJ] remove the blame

Linden, Fla, have been the guests of forTalahasBee,: ) today, ;.,ut will stop in this city, the guest of his nephew, W. which strangers visiting here.have been Valley Gazette $18 1 Year A

their brother, T. E. Spr. this week. Jacksonville to confer with leadingmen B. Makinson. returned home on Wed wont to cast upon us, on account of the -

on certain issues: that will engage nesday. During his stay in Kissimmee poor use "we have heretofore made of

The School Board will meet: in regular public attention during the next .two Mr. Hartenstein gained '12 pounds in this naturally beautiful spot. -

monthly session on Tuesday, when months. 'weight and two inches in girth, and returned 4
-- -- -- - -
Y matters of extreme importance will be home*feehng much better than I.

considered. Many of our truck growers are busy when he came. - -
this week packing and shipping vegetables -
Messrs. F. II. and Stewart Tyson .
On l last week's rl.'gularaemi-monthly -
to Northern markets, prominent -
have purchased the Oliver orange
among whom' is Mr. S. B. Aultman, homeseekers' excursion n were twenty-
on Shingle Creek, from Mr. N. 1j
grove whose farm in the western part, of 'the nine men who came ate/ the solicitation 4
C. .
Bryan.Mr. county 'will yield about fifteen car of the Southern Colonization' Co., and I 'fI

Laurence: McCalhster, of Kis- loads bage. Mr. H. F. Beuter, representativeof ". ,.

simmee, waa here with his brother, that company, stated that practically I -

Dan McCalllster, today.-Orlando"Re- ,In' a private letter to the associate everyone of them" bought a tract ,, ""Kissimitijee Park '. t

porter-Star.. editor of. this paper, Mr. Wm,.Hahman, of land ranging from eighty to one bun I. "-- : ": I' : ;

president and_ treasurer of the New dred and sixty acres ia. the lower ; :; ,''(, : ' .e, \ ""I''J'ij\\: \;, ., ;. I\ ., .
.." Col. P, A. Vans 'Agnew! left'on Wednesday por.lion ::1\+ tJt i1P"t' .\ '- i. M l :. '\
| Eden Plantation Co., owners of an extensive of the ", ; ,. 'li : 'i'It'i; : !\ ,; :: .: ,"!.0? 1if1 : ;. '
county.: ; I }, ,, ; ;, :
night for Washington In company farm near Norcoossee, states 'wilt4'vventtta11 y be thea ,:!!!. ..

with Senator.N. E. Bryan, where ,that he will leave Altoona Pa., for At a meeting: of the board of directorsof .. .. ." 'Y

he will remain for:.some time. Kissimmee on April 4th. the-C saim'mee Ice and Cold Storage '

Mrs. Claud Golsby and sisters, Miss Mr. Eugene Bryan, who holds a responsible Company held yesterday afternoon in Potato Center '
the president's office of the State Bank, i .
Ethel and Miss Evlyh Barber! of Or- position wjth the Wilson & :I
thli resignation of Mr. Dolt Berli as
lando, were the guests of their! aunt, Toomrr Fertilizer Company of J acksont'ile -
president and general manager of the .
Mrs. Sam Barber, Friday: evening. Mr. E. W. I
accompanied by
company and
was accepted Mr. R. T. ,
.of. '
Councilman C. W. Dann, accpmpanied Hainer, vice president of the company,. Butler'iwas elected president, and Mr. ., .

by Mrs. Dann and Mrs. Cole, went to came down on a brief visit to his par- .I. M. Hansell) general) manager, both . ., .

Sanford on Monday and brought back anew ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Bryan. gentlemen at once ,,assuming the dutiesof "h

auto, which he had just purchased. their position a SouthernFlorida"e
E. MattocKs, manager of thecompany -
"r Mr. Albert Uearden, who has but recently owning Kissimmee Park,
Col. Arthur L. Auvil, of Mayo, has .
returned from college, has accepted states that sales have been exceedingly been in the city this week'prospecting _

a with the Hunter Land heavy in the Park the past two weeks
for location for of his
a practice
enter they
Co., and upon his duties this with indications that more, land will be profession Mr.* AuvU is at present I Tills", statement Is from u man who : '

week. sold during this spring\and Bummer prosecuting attorney of Lafayette .1 : liar f:' studied( the conditions thoroughly : +,

From the.manner in which the workon than was disposed of during the fall and county, but his term will expire next ., .

the new passenger depot is, progressing winter. month and he has decided to move to "

it will not be many weeks Mr. J. E. "Mattocks vicepresidentand some point in South Florida. He is ; t

before trains will be stopping under ita favorably impressed with Kissim
general manager of the Kissimmee very : !
shed. Valley Land Co., owners of Kissimmee mee, and states that it is altogether WHY ? r

Mr. and Mrs. G. M.. Snyder and Park, which lies about seven miles probable that he will come to this city. {

children, who came to Kissimmee from from this city on the eastern shore of Mr. Auvil's brother, who is.also a prac-

Pittsburg Pa., something over a year Lake Tohopekaliga, spent Friday and ticing attorney, at present located In

'..- ago'returned to their Northern homeon Saturday in Jacksonville in the interest West Virginia, is also arranging to come r.
of his south and will locate with his brother. Soil
Monday. \ ,. company is

Mr. Robert Dohegan, ''manager of the Mr. J. D. Driggers, who is a candi- The Hunter Land Co., brought forty- .

,Hopkins cattle ranch, which is l located date for doorkeeper of the House ofRepresentatives two Western homeseekers on the excursion Frost Protection f
\ that reached Kissimmee Jut .
In. the southern part of this county, left today for Tallahassee .
51was in the city this week attending to so as to be on hand when the Thursday and on Friday took them by r

*, business,matters scions begin to gather. Mr. Driggers steamer and automobile to look over Shipping Facilities _
the in the Kissim-
I he has met with company' holdings .
says every encouragement
The friends of Mr. Seth Tyson, the and is confident of being electedto me Valley! .where everyone of them

newly elected marshal, have purchaseda purchased a tract of prairie land .
he seeks.
the position Fifteen hundred acres of unbroken

handsome gold badge which they will ing in size from twenty to one hundred .

presenftS im when he assumes the W. Arbuckle returned Tuesday froma and' sixty acres. The Hunter LandCo., land in Is
prairie one body that
duties of his off e. trip to Kiasimmee, St. Cloud and purchased one hundred and thirty

''r Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ford of Clyde, other points. -Russell Safford of Kie- thousand acres of Kissimmee prairie now ready for the plow. -

Ohio, who have apent the past winter simmee -was the Sunday guest of Miss land about a year ago, and has suc-

among the South Atlantic Islands, Vivian Hassler. --H. Edmund Swabey, ceeded in disposing of a majority of it r

r. were in Kissimmee a few days this W. G. Paddon, of Kissimmee; E. C. to Northern and Western homeseekers. .,

I week enroute home. Doty and wife, of lion, N. Y., are Capt. Frank Tatman met with.a most
registered at Hotel Taft--Clarence
{ ? The County Commissioners will hold painful accident, Saturday, at the en- ..
Safford and sons of Kissimmee were the
tt their regular monthly meeting on Mon- > trance to Southport canal, when his left ,11. a
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
day, when the question of a site for the foot got caught in the propeller of his
Safford.-Taft Messenger.
A new jail and sheriff' residence is expected launch, some of the smaller bones being Kissimmee Valley Land Company '

",** to be selected. At the annual congregational meet- broken The Captain was made aa td
ey ,
HansellYreturned ing of the Presbyterian church it was comfortable as possible by those with .
Mr. J. M.
on decided to increase the pastor's salary him until brought to this city reaching J. E. MATTOCKS Vice Pres. &: Manager '
from a trip down the Klesimmee
$100 from April t. All debts are paid here late in Jhe day, when his foot waa
Valley, where he went to take '
a partyof and there is a small sum in the treasury. dressed by a physician, and' which ia
homeseekers to look the Hunter
over During the year the congregation has now doing a* well as could be expected. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
Land Co.'s prairie land.
given over $2.00 oer member for be- "The thjnjfT regret moN than all else "

CoL John McElroy, editor of the nevolence, and over: $13.00 per member about tlii accident" said the Captain

I National Tribune, official organ of the for congregational l purposes. The gainin to speaking to a representative of this

"G. A. R., published at Washington membership -for the year has been 21\ paw, ". that I was on myvway here

Ii c.. passed through Kisulmme on Tuesday per cent This congregation certainly t
enroute to St. Cloud. has much reason to rejoice; and be glad. and arrived s/ter the poles closed.; -
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: ... :l1 l/ .1 I' HIS GIRL FRIENDS / I
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HorrlbU '
"'II ., Thi' Rite India MaintainedFor i
'" t BAPTIST Ov.r'"Tw.nty Centuries. i
iYt Ideal. Fertilizers
t The of the rite 'ofwldol .4
t abolition < .tiorrld
'Bunyan Stephens pastor! .
,' M r d dl + : ,
l.' : ',, ",.J.' .\ 5ti Sunday \ [ )burning In India was decreedby Mark Twain!, Dearly Loved-Chil-
., \:"'. the British a ulbortl! II' |II' )J820. .''I b '
'ilibto1 SchooJ-fc 4.5 4- <".' '' dreg as Playmates. .Best and Cheapest ,
.. : Tbe dreadful practicewas, found ,ji <- 't, .
.J-4 Preaching 11'8'. m. and 715"p..m. there by the Mncedonlan under Alexander [ . __ l

ti. Y. B. U. 65X.: m. \ tim Great 300 before LettuceCauliflower Beans :
years I Celery
l Communl i i-Sd/Sunday. CbrII[ !,'and for more; tlinn twenty.gnelong .

Monday.-(UftWard Sunday). 'weary cjiuturles did It repeat Its I ;'. Tomatoes Cantaloupes Potatoes i ; j

ldit 3 alm'ont tncpdc<>ivablo torture( and ago
Woman Uion'--Devo., p. m.v A D.lightf.a.d' *
aftr lilt Sunday). ti|>on' I the women of 1 ndj.a) The Touching Story About i Send for our booklet FLORIDA VEGETABLE!: H. contains :
Wednesday-( little .
Mar"On. of
Mm .ra
l ; of the
3to6'pmThursday sac ICP, while not nodmlly forced on directions for raising, all the ) #Y ''i
l W m. MiB Union-Social, and the Genial Humorist # # wt
' I the wlfj, was no strongly Insisted on Petty $tat, carefully revised. and brought up to date by our most successful :: r a

by piibHbspplnlun( Hint it amounted ton Compact end Quaint Letter. ::: l growers. No publication on this subject contain, !? such i
Prayer meeting7UO) p. m. law, niuKJIn victim were< legion.Scoroh Like ::: rfhduld have it from the owner y $ r
Visitors always welcome. of wlillwg often burned many1: iitiotlier great man lark practical advice. All gardeners ; .
were '
ti' YI upon the funprHTsiMlp tit n single ra- Twnln was fond o'f children lie i ever -:, of the small'home' jf nien! to the'largest shipper. In it will be -, ffl

PRESBYTERIAN.S. jlth. In HciiRnl head center of outgrew/. chlMboud. mid be al OJ'MI found the special IDEAL, formulas.Hint have been constructed! I 1I: '

the moiiHtnmlfj, !Ibnummdn wore Bacrlrtfcd I chose... young playmates where tbey'I ::: b'y careful study of actual field results. They are invaluable, bV :
S. \\ to be found, lie formed I
Snyder I
.pastor. curioussocieties
nnimnlly, hncf'tlKyfl lire. for. nil ::: ingperfectly balanced and, from the )KKOlT SOUKCES. Gel *
I Sunday School 9.45 a. m.A. S of: I these girl friend! ( pack '
Indla'acns: nppnlUng.The .' : >.
the'BEST and mate MONEY. :: .
nineties when ho
Nelsoh, Ruperintennt. was living In
iiilllloim of wldowPIJ
omen 1 Call representative, Water & .(;8rMoli Grocery CornC ;
Europe, he created> n club whidh on our :
wasl t
Church Se'rvice l'l a. m. and 7. p. m. .wern cnniploV at the ni;>rcyromnrsclCHu o I the
n l consist[ of one ( In ;: or address ; '
only one) girl each pany ,
Christian Endeavor 6.30 p, m.Prayer suporwtlflon < (be tlm .
country of I he globe, the duly of said
''I and Bible study.Tlrurs. 7 I pm. The inlrtlHtcrs of nruhninnlnm told !)ember Ijelns to write ocvaslonally to Wilson 5c Toomcr Fertilizer. Co, :
I Die \vldhmlhat I her Bnrrlflco was necessary '
Vi itor - ns ii menus of tier own' happlue5s'nnd [- faithfully replied ''a 1l100""llIc.'Iorlelli.! ::

; R. DeWITT BRO VN ervioon. _- state" nod of her oftener husband than In otherwlse thefntnre theue. b random course these and far llttlo furlog"mes plrl were .......................................................*. N.. .

M ;TIJtI>IST. swept Into omnnbood presently, but
Instructor on Violin l she ronoontnl to l III' burned along '
even to (the lih tyenrs of ula life the A BATH TUB '
with tin of her lumbnnd. ill
Won first prize Groves City, (II I'a. ), Wm. II. J Funk, Ph. D.. ps "tor. timidbody' member who sighed! herself. "France";
Union. BI| "- did, t this. Abe covered '
of the modern conveniences
College of music. Sunday School 9:45. a': rn.-Prof. R. remained faithful to the law. / is one runny ( ,
with the ninlcdlctliinfl nod cnrnenof. which is supplied by the plumber./ The
For terms and other particulars M.' Ivan superintendent.' the people wim virtually outlawed Another club o{. Klrla:'UUIe! girls, be'- 1 best medium priced tubs which we fur

write or cull at residence of Judge Preaching !services 11 a.lm., and, 7:15 and nncoromonloiisly. cast outside tbo Came one of the chief Internals duringhis nish are

Dudley Glenn. of nixl roimldcnitlon flnnl }enrs. It hod Its beginning e''?
Rr m. pole Ininviin! sympathy \ In Bermuda frequent a Porcelain Lined or Enameled Irom
Boys !League 2'p.| m. nnd boll to "spend. the rest of during one of Ms
,1"11.l to They are easily clt-amilund dur1
happy' Islands. It vran ;
Ct'ajup2 her Junior
p. m. called the able.> If you expect, to build allow us! +
...111" It the funornl) AngelFish club after aR"rger
was on
I J. W. .THOMPSONFUNERAL 1 Senior League iHO;: p. m.den. ,11'/1'1( .uatiwJmmeraflhOSaavAlea.audhe 1 I the opimrtuiuty to furnish you fin '
F ; I pile of her iKiHlmnif! 7>F ii Ihlnc l Tleh'tbof estimate and x-xplam 'jlIr system ..ofmiMlvrn I
(; prayer service Thurs. 7:15: p. m. gave to etch IUl'mber10 angel flsb
h f c-onlumH.v and. obnmo. of Ioiell' nose plumbing.. 1 1CA.
Holy communion, ever lilt Sunday. -and misery pin IIR n society. bndge. It was n successful "

1)11EC7'OR You arc cordially invited to each of The wOIII..nlIf, Indln eon never
andLICENSED these. nervici'H.: their ilclil of riitttiidc to Enjfland America he elected other> members,

-- "for the nli"lltlon of. the suttee- enough! to make twelve In nil.\ e/,,, OFFICE PHONE 214

EMBALMER Now York. Anii>rl<-nn I Ills home lit Bedding, Comi, Storm- '" Broadway Klsslramcc. Fla.
CHRISTJAN.S. I field' ;
I hid boon orlglmilly nnmcd In
k Opposite CourthmiseKlSSIMMEE J. Vance, pastor. ... nooenc-e at Home, nnd ns Angel Fish t ,

r ,l Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7'tD:: p. m. I ON THE TRAIL. hendqtinrters Innocence nt I Home It >

FLORIDA Bible School 9.45 a. m. A. W. Winn always remnlned./ MpHihers with their

t ------ superintendent; A. I.. Davidson, assistant But He' Didn't Know the Kind of Game parents. visited[ him there, and tile billiard :

superintendent. He,Wa Trackino-! ) room, where the "flsheis" were

: Christian EniloavoB.( In the old 'flnyH n mnn, known n* likely to upend most of their time
b FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH evening at 6.30 p. m. every Judge Inaglnss) "' llv
The, Judge line! met will nil accident In chief inpmbor'n Instruction. .. railed ;
Prayer meeting and clio'ir .
every -
J practice his ynnth ,and had lout, linth of his the Aquarium, and gay prints of .
;; Orange Grove.' 19t old Thursday' at 7.00 p. rn.( I legs nhiive' the knees He" or-would ninny Hermndn flsfies,, were. hung along j f fN.

1 trees. Seventeen acres under get nrlltli-liil I \legs, but hnd KOuie big the walls. to carry out the. lilea. Knch ,
N a fence. One mile from EPICOrAL.Rest. !! leather pads made to fit on the ends I of member had the privilege of selectingone Our nl'w..Mlo..1< of the celebrated> Scha" ', I h. '>i

ity. Apoly to David D. Kidd; rector. the slump. III..S. l walked on them.Ixx'omotlon of these tie her patron fish and of clothes fat men is nowm and we have some :,

Services second, and fourth Sun- wn slowfor the-Judge, j Identifying It with her name. ,)
every the prettiest" patterns, out.
HARRY W. THURMAN.GRITSTONE da |i' : tli.] -n.Communion ' but lie managed, to cover n,0,01/ deal IS was In Bermuda one day when h spring fI

g HOTEL XISSIMMEE HORIOA ...- of ground and wus ery fond of walking was walking Along the l cacli with one I >

t 2nd Sunday at morning out on HIP edge' of tile town where of his lineal fish members that he picked I ,Blue Serret and the)latest Greyi, $10.00, $15.00, $20.00 :

I services. be could tike !his exercise' !" without beIng up a "smell! iridescent double shell ) Guaranteed all Pure Wool. Only Four Pattern of Each .1
Guild meeting every first Tuesday. the subJect. remark from Mrangers delicately lie
\yt separated (
i Garment. Come in-early and the pick' of the bunch. '
JENKINS: & WOODMAM In the city. l It n<,id panda)lis companion half. get

Conforming With the Ordinance.We One day nn I KintlHliiinn: | came: to tied 'You will lie going away from me \ /f --s '

( -r j apply the: water teat in accord- ena to hunt. He bud some letters nnd pretty: soon. Mnrgarpt/ he said "and I -

1, put up at the Helena clu),. He. stayed growing up. and I won't know you I
ance to section 16of the
City Ordinanceand
around for Herornl days. Mnally.! after any more. I shall see a great many C. W' DANN
{ Surveying and guarantee our work in every respect n light full! of snow, he decided. togo Margarets' and now and then one 'of j /p i

: placing the quality of material out Into the mountain and get n them will say she Is my Margnret.'but I

j Drafting as the ordinance directs- thus safeguarding sheep. or n deer or senu't II1Jf.; "- I will nay 'No; you resemble my Margaret "
the public from sewer gas, H-e left early in the morning./ WhenIt but you ere bigger/ than my -- PFt .

which breeds disease. came night he bad not returned, I Margaret find 1 cnn't be sure.: Then I \

4-tf The Pioneer Plumbing Shop, File buds Around the club waited. until will take out this shell and I will say, l / J STORE OF QUALITY"IOOOOOOOC10 ,
Office phone 214 Broadway. I .
I OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL v, I 8 o'clock( and (hen decided to go, out If you are really my Margaret you _, : I
--- ------ --- I and look him up. thinking he might will have the other half of this shell,,

i KISSIMMEE. FJ.A J L. MOON H. D. oeinen! I have been lost In our of (he gulches or and It will nt exactly: Then If she ,

.' canyons In the liltlsv.. has the shell and It fits I shall know J

MOON & GEIGER. They formed a rescue, party and that It Is really my Margaret, no matter i 3OCSOpOtA00t70iiOtAtiOtlOtiOt70ti0tSO0000t10tY0tIGt: : ; < Y.>

', went out to the edge of the town. 'how many years have gone; by or I \ CARSON.) $. A. CRANFORD., a. L. LUPFER. ; .
The Home Bakery, Man There they runt the Englishman. who bow much older she has' grown.All ." : Pr ldint, Vlcc-Prmidrnt.{ Secretary !
!Office: 9t.(. Bank '
BuildingKlSSlMMEg.'l.r. was wildly excited.; thin he said[ very gravely aDd 1 .

r, ;, '" .: ; FLORIDA ."Did you get anything?" they asked earnestly.' and the little girt took the : .
Takes this opportunity'to"thank him ,r ', '< t, ' Ii.' hell .:.t thoughtfully, and promised to \ '

t the good I been tracking for the last she
their liberal patronage and would i an elephant came running up to meet him on .
also take this three hours.. "-Philadelphia Saturday the botel veranda be looked at her ry
means to that
say PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Evening Post. questioning!
X s our limited facilities for making I
1t "You look like Margaret." he said,
/ goods will prevent (for awhile Office Phones .74 and 3. Residence 126 Rough and Dressed a
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$ our Juries (In the Old Day. "bnt I can't be sure. If you are really t .
5 ;r general' delivery to all parts of the In olden times when n Jury In England : my Margaret you will have a shell I

city. Quality.and variety will be T, |f M. RIVERS !Al. D. remained' lmx| >rvloim totbe. Judge's fare her once-the mate to this one" PINE LUMBERHOUSE

: maintained always.. Our nice gentle' mod of persuasion flue and imprisonment He got no further. The talisman was '

( were resorted to. The Jury promptly produced and It fitted exactly.

f HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS PHYSICIAN. lAND; OSLJRGEON3C that. acquitted Sir Nicholas ThlxW-k He returned to America[ and I

t Also morton "wa condemned to eight somewhat }later Margaret received a
HOT BREAD ; Oltlce over O,.ceola Pharmacy
months'. Imprisonment" In addition to letter-one 'o)f the pretty letters he was

; 1 Residence 63 the payment. of a large sum of money.In always writing to children. In If be BILLS A SPECIALTY .
will be 1'11 '
J.. ready mornings and afternoons <>: -
SS-fOraceU8 the reign of Queen Erteabeth a Jury, aid: ,
and a nice variety of PIES .
{ having reduced a I>rl oner'lI alleged I am always. making mlntakea. When C
:,:r and CAKE -Parties ahd Wedding crime of murder to that of manslaughter I was In New York six weeks ago I waa boc ooo>o(>ooooo<>sc>oc) (iococo
'y ) .' a specialty. was at once sent to prison and on a corner of Fifth avenue andeaw a .. --- _
N mall Ctrl-not able one-(tart acroa eI
"''VQ"' L. 'QVIJ'T: :: bound over In a large sum to be of from the opposite corner, and I exclaimed
t good behavior. Penalties. 'were likewise to myself Joyfully. "That la certainty

A. SMITH PHYSICIAN. AM' '8UUOKONBIDBNCB inflicted upon the [Innocent wife my Margaret. so I rushed to meet her.
\ But aa aha came nearer. I began to doubtand
: and children of offending Jurymen.A .
DARLINGTON AVKNUB PHONB 3>1. KISSIMMEC.OrrrcB said to myself "It's a Margaret that
\. < PHONB 97. FW.IDA.DU. la plain enough, but I'm half afraid It U I 1,
:t'' . Moving aermo,.., somebody *lae'a." So when. I pained her
I held shell she couldn't but
my ao help
',. J..W. SIMPSON "I once had a parishioner who was see It. Dear he only glanced at It and
CASHES ROACHPEPPERI1'i a miser," said l an English clergyman. paaaed on. I wondered If she could have
'- "" DENTIST. "For this man's benefit I preached one overlooked It. It seemed best to find out
i taN1ANN l Hi13 h0I 1 turned and followed and
Sunday n strong: sermon on the neces caught up
with her and said deferentially "Dearmlaa.
Upstairs In Katz ulldinjl. .Ity of charity of philanthropy ser'.Dl.Q1L..on
I I already know your first name by
y ems. AMNWI.e.Nor1N. Ae.keep AkNkU II k1 eh.i adII ,NW.,..) '- OFFICE HOURS: l[ \" a. m. o12 m. the duty and tbe Joy of glv tbe look of yon, but would. you mind .' '
eM war. La.a.reY M Yryrahl Ne .ne Sank..d N.s / 1 f Y.30tg5:30p.m.; : ing. The miser" at whom 1 gazed telling me your other one?" She waa
Nap ra
I n. rY/.1 eua tw. U. h a.lY Nue the Telephone No. 76 Juno, l.r."o often, seemed impressed.: vexed and said pretty sharply::, "Ifa
1' ,, I ra Z c..n. e.. al order Fa Douglas, If you're BO anxious to know. I t
t roe M.I.w r..y'eaokak wns. tkl.W.l f N.w# 14nw a.. a,N a p w, --"--- ==-= -,,--_ = : :0-:=-::: "Next' day 1 met film on the street. know your name by your looks, and I'd I : ?

'1 7Q1' era of MMMuh to* 2S C*.n. or one pound nt W. W. CARSON D. D. S. 'Well, John' I said, 'whnt do ;you advise. you to shut yourself lip with pen
Nackprerw.Naara. of HMuuh fet OOht
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If I r r r. aura iw Y RaiMuh.or MR oftf\tchprpprr > DENTAL PARLORS think of yesterday's sermon?' and Ink and write some more rubbish. I
+ n,, '" Y..i LaaNad of If IHM aalNawy."Ny for $i OO Thci rcluitilAASHC tae 'It moved me deeply( sir,* he an am aurpy-laed that they allow you to runat .
I.rlle.You) are likely to get run over
"i DISINFECTANT CO RIVERS BUILDING swered. 'It brought borne to me BO by a baby carriage any time. Run aldntf
V T YMIA, Fteao, *. OVER OS.CEOLA PHARMACY strongly I the necessity of giving alms. now. and on't let the cows bite you"' -
ASHES RATSAULT thnt honestly, sir. I've a great mindto What an Ideal? There aren't any cowa J
Nw.w4, wr1Y..w A., CM on Fifth avenue. But I didn't amfle.. Ididn't
I OfflCm HOURS 1 S TO 12 PMO, .. turn beggary"A ,
TO 5 leJ le on to perceive ho.ncultured
v vI I . I she waa She was from the country, of '
I :; Boomerang. course, i nd didn't know what a comical -
F M. VV1L.L.SON, JK., .' "What's the matter with your headrasked blunder he was making. ,
I w t tI 'd C .I the first hnnko man. Margaret, with her mother called

t # NOTAHY PUBLIC. . i I ".\ farmer 1 met today Just banged when they returned to America. When

I ) : L. MCCALZ.IS'I ? STATE AT LAi "s. \ me there with his carpetbag, ( ," replied! the curds were brought/. to him lie looked

1 it' ":'s: the 01 h..r. nt hers land said:
I :; '' Well' Driller Real Estate Agent. "It must' have been n pretty hard : "Well, the1' young lady tier. name BISCUITS' "
I I familiar, but 1 can't be It's
eeiim sure
I 1] KSSJMMK.e. FLORIDA ('orl>('lhnl:
I : is prepared to drillARTESIAN I "V""; It had, a gold brick In It thnt I my Margaret. without a certain token ''I
1 sold. him yesterday." Catholic wblcb she la supposed to carry as aproof" Light;flaky artd\ appetizing are made from "

I h WELLS W. S. HARWELL Standard and Times. The shell came up without FIRST QUALITY "Quaker City" flour.- ""
delay. lie took the two halves now to

, 1 t: " ... in aityqgyetion... .. of 1"1 orl d a.I REAL ESTATE Anyhow, They're Gone. 'a jeweler' and had them set In gold as \JLook for the label above, somewhere on
: ., --:..- Mr. Jnwlmck That boy gets his charms. One of these Margaret wore bag barrel.. It's placed there-in v '
i, Notary Public at Large brains[ from mo. Mrs. JawbackHomebody's on a ribbon about bet' neck Rod the red
Ten of eucccBsful Well
I I( i; Drilling years is a Guarantee of my Ollce over ilobersoa'a PbarmacyKI331MMEK got 'em from you. If you other he linked to his watch chain[ and blue-to protect the housewife ; it's

I f Ability t<> produce the bestreeillta [ ; FLA. I ever had nay, Ilint'H n cinch.-New where It remained till be died. What the miller's guarantee of First Quality flour. '
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-- -- -- - - Tork American.The a sweet fancy waslie !
r. A. ypN. AONrw w. B. cuAwroito spent the last ninths of his life

,. VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD Old Old Story. In Bermuda In the home of one of his /

TWO AND FOUR INCH __ ,! "Daughter/ line the) duke told you the angel flab Helen Allen daughter of ," QUAKER CITY

: f WELLS A SPECIALTY AttorrLeya :a't ?..aWNotsry old. old story as yet?" the American vice consul[ there. She I" FLOUR MILLS CO.

Public: "Yes. he nays he owes about 200,000 ,. was his' dally companion, and It will PHILADELPHIA
plunks."-PJttaburg Post. be her lifelong happy memory that

P. 0. Box 844y om"...: 4-VA citizen taint Sanding I she brightened and comforted; bill final *1' '

y l ciociJx ,' Florida I KISSIMME! FLORIDA ( For himself' doth a man I work evil I daya.-Albert Blgelow Paine[ lo Ladles' .I' :

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lc: 1 1- Y1-1J..iils Col Zv : : Another Remarkable. : Thing! I. .;

.: -I I about this Colony is. everybody who bought before coming here is t

.s.____ '. well pleased when he sees the land many buy more after arrival. .

is located in the hilly region of Pasco and Hillsborough! Counties. The i r More than. Two Hundred families have come here from other 0:..

railroad depot as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line rail- I Colonies in this state,, and have bought here And the most of them I

road is 1 37 feet above sea leveir Many of the surrounding hills rise have; built and are well pleased. Over 1,000 heads of families l[:

to over 25(3( feet above sea level, and there is not a.steep or abrupt' have bought here representing orobably 5.00O people. There is '

c. hill anywhere.. The soil is a reddish yellow or chocolate colored no "KieTcers Association" and the Colony is not on the defehsiveagaipst

loam. In many places clay and rock crop out. No more productive .I ; complaining Colonists. The Colonists are satisfied nd'J

i upland soil can be found in the state. Corn has been knqwn to yield contented. J ,

+ 'over 40 bushels per acre: while the common yield of potatoes is from , Zephyrhjlls is a regular J station on ,the main line of the 'Sea- ,. '. t.

v 200 to 300 bushels per acre.' Eggplants., Onions Cabbage Toma- board Air Line railroad. The station is still known as Abbott. All 3

1 toes. ISeans. Tobacco and in fact all farm products do well on this trains stop here and one may-go from here into i : Mew York' City t'thoul

soil, It is the \perfect soil for peaches plums and pears: excellent change ofcars. Only 38 miles by rail from Tampa where

for oranges and grapefruit. >. the 3lIo..y: S': S. from New. York make: regular weekly trips. Also .....

i No state iu the Union can boast of better water. The water theSO hem S. S. line from Philadelphia have docks and make

bearing rock is quartz: hence no impnr ties in the water It is found regular tnts, Also steamer connection with Mobile and New Or- .-...

1 'after passing through yellow or reddish clay and flint rock from 30 to leans. ThenKs no doubt but what this is the be-st Colony ih the t''

b i HO feet. rising! lilY-the wells to within 15 to 30 feet of the surface.\,!. State in which lii locate. ;

Not a trace of lime sulphur salts or other mineral: can be detected- -,'
You con buy a I fcrncre, =rapt of |laud a receive with It a town lot for $7S cnsht or, for $82.SO pay.
It hat. been analyzed and pronounced "Pure Water able $?.KO ca..hjind $rV a month for I 0'''. Mo timber or turpentine reservations to boo you ..

f ofjf your land. Title 80" I posnettttlun I Immediate and absolute.
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: . f Notice Notice of Application for Tx-'I: Notice of Election. Notice To Contractors. WILL YOU i.n20. CENTS A.DAY .STAND

I J Solo-\ .. i* 1",1 I 1,\. gut ii 'i".I |1/| M 1. i ulloiiixli.ol Deed Under Sections In c'oiiijhntire with the IMW In RUI'h rasa" tilde will IM* rc-oi-ivt-tl by 1)uCuiinty) C@nniiiiaijnerx /

._ MfluiKlo. t .1 I i.. Mil mi<.t.iif N>' UI* made. and provided I Ii. IH herebyy, niinoiinciMlanil of DrU'eoln lit the ; I'
mu1y f'ojjrtIloiiM'ln
Statutes .1 "
4 11r..h".) i.'w f ,.rL It"n \0". I h.r.. .. W. and 575 General ',' .. ,'d Ih..I..1I .uloctduil, IlIl.oc' held, at KI,Hiinin.-e, ('I U U' milil, 1 1.......1\'.. o*<.lock. BETWEEN YOU AND A HOME ? !

i \VrfnJ. i"f fcirisitimice I'f.ithlu. tfiitl tHMirgu U.Noli'Ker.orjolMJ of the State of Florida Ht. ( loud, Onrecila county, Fl/nil. : a. m Saturday noon, MoinlH), April ,M. for u n<.\| County lull

p ", Ohio,", i.H pcrHou1'" Notice (I" hereby given. UintW, J. Seam purclinxir April Int. 1911 for the purpose of determining rinus and ailed[ O. nd.niH. un file in the Clerk'a

r iierept( It.'d int.P litt\'Int Hens u| an lh.* prni|"orty"luTcin l (II TAx CertlflcatoH No.rll1lt of July ft, Iifm! : whether Of not tbo followingdeHorlbvdterritory office. w You buy/ '
can )
g ( d'r">"crMM""(%i t IlIIt Oil LI'J JinlUyoT! March. (Su.", 9M: nt July 9, 19111. amiNo.. lor( of.I illy'1, Khali become! a Kneclal:\ Tax' Mchooldutrlct : Each bid meat bo "oooml'.lcd. ))y Ii r.1.rtAfI..d '

1"11: FlurldxFnvtVonplRMHwuycc" i.unyQlwl; I'.io\ *, lm, BI q.I MId CrrllflcHtoii, In mj ofllra.and yIn; IIieglonlegatthenerlheasldorner cheek of eve per rent of the bid ftunmltloc1.BiddVrt r .

the UroiiJiM; ;"tirt of lth
Circuit of Klorlitn.' In Mud for, beech County, afXKinlancovith! law. Bald Certiflcatei out on the Mi'RiKli-r line of Luke EHKI TohOickall-, ) the entire job. J J ,, '' ,: ,M

r lit* i-etltUm aeeI MMK' to t tk<>. l h y rl htof eminentnontHtn liriu1!? Ihf fi.l)tMi kland lying and ga maid point to be 'on a direct line with Miantmlppl JCticli!' bidder will exliljiit.the County Com 1 0 M' E -

l In. 'JolUm i"tin ,<1eM ril e.l |irojiert) for In.liilt III (iMOi-oIa County, Florida: 1 South halt Av''nu". Town of i-t. Cloud, thence iniHKlonvrs working model of'the looking de*. .,' '. '

ri"hl..1. tiny fur lli.<. >" Iroxd. <.1.,1.l , of nil tux eat quarter of HeftUiu 16, aud south* 1,I I following tho Meander Hilt westward' to a point \'i i,,.. they prol. "rto to put In the tool proof reln.Comity | onlyr
/ .wit directly lu line with Columbia Avenue of Bald ;,
v 4..t ijuHrt of tmrlht.aHt luartffof Hectioii 2.1.TowiiHhl O'mniinKioneri\ rervt' the right to )
uI, 1 1IM 1111".1..1. l . Jx l .. lot town! thence. rnnnlng south to the center of hula I
\ right wily one' i ( HXI) fret .t ldcIII ]) !-t SiMlth. Range .t. AlHo 4.of reject any mid all
"nitf 'lid)) ( id, t It ".t l ."! I'HI ll Mill,. lf till It-litre. Hlock "f H. .... Ky Co'n. ur-xey' (>( KlKHimiiH'f :- I.Ke<.tlou. 10, townililn 2C, range :So cant, ttuiiceruuifltig R I.. LKHL.EV12tt 5 per cent ; )
.. ... cant to the renter cif section. 1., Sown : Chin Hoard of Coujil Com. f
hfirofaullIl ht.rl Wrt> fir llCHU, d ftl.d City Hnid. laude beiitK HHn .00 at data of simple Interest
1 naked ihriHiicli, tliNiiiK .. 1..1..1..1( J. H. fil<<'uli iHiiaiii of Haiti utrllMRateH in iinUMi of LU N. iihip 21,. range 31 eaHt thence ru lining north to

>i and 'H"I.I" I II II; M.I 'rr.rty" pea! < rlti,..,il KMin (t ro,,iiHtU.'. Ilok lion n. and Hi>lie htonc. re- the point of Htartlng.Vary .'
.. lleapnctfully.J Order of Publication I -
I 1IU\\M I "i>(' 'tivt'iy.
UuliWH anal rnrtlflratHH Hlfall l 10. rtNlonnied. aroitrdiiiK C. Baird I Return the principal: 'at the rate of 17.60 per month on the $l,000- '
'I 1',InIM half "f \\t ht I half "r Mr1 lion MX (M.Mii ). | the (ircait Florida
Iq County
.. Inc, t .1..1..11I l lame' thereon. on A. }'. Klplloger.I . TEN AND A HALF YEARS to back the loan. Can
nx giving
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.. III 1,,,,, lI.h'l'' T" ,,II,} .tI.= .. ht) Mouth Range !I. llui, .!rf April. A. H Mil And alan todeternlhlowho Hunlninger Hhall serve. na pany' M Corporation. Complainant, vs. The payoff the loaixaji! soon an you like Stopping Further Interest. ,
AKllll'lt 1I0NF.tJAN.
'1 tliro* t i"i: Kant: nod! tinoutl*<>rtH( qnttrli'f [l".all| (
Florida' Southern KttUronil Company. H Cor-
'H'rk Cir<.nil I
a of t lit -'lh.1' gender' "I i Ke 1 inn 'I 1 1" <'luO2) Frank' Hrown IrtiHtee., and
I I next after the. elm'tton. aud to nx the numberof porullou V Our plati will to that Build
) nod the I I' and UrilTnl NnrtliKHHtrtiuirter andNorthetrlyoafu I H" Juineli M. JoliiiHton" iH'putjr help you payoff Mortgage or Buy or
Brown and nil chiming an
: :- ___ __ mllla t>f dlntrlct Bchool tax to he levied and Frank Q. pe ton
*r;,jf _M1alhrnxttquartcr, ant collected annually for the aald two yeara Th* Internal in the property describtdlichiahiltof ., a Honri). Why Pay Rent? Write us for literature explaining our

f 0 South, hut( <.I t-wut boast.muter nI "h4KiloiiTl'lrtt'iai Notice.Notirefahereby : following were appointed toast at acid .lec. complaint Dufcimlaiitn. II proposition in detail.
<1 I.>) Coil'' ,hull nf NtirihtMinl quarter, i
; TD the Florid" fioalheru Railroad Companyltreeting -
; given that the ,,"d..roilln.ed' lion, C. C. Cox inspector; A. H. Kinney In- : :
,o\clh".I'III.rl er of Not,tltrtiNi' ...IIRr..r..t. will apply> to Hie LeKl lature of Florida,_topouveno Bnector; John 11. DeOraw inspector; J. O. Mo- : S-.A.;! Jt::: D.A.e.c: :a: CTh :EJ COMPANY'' t
lint ofSuuthl-art4llxrtcraul xmthotlHt itntrUT .
in Tallahjuifee. In April of thin year New' clerk I This cause coining oil to be heard upon the /
3 i of eouthwnal II..rl..r "i>('tlon. '1 CURRY BUILDING TAMPA. FLORIDA r .
| for order of
motion of tb".C the piiHKmKU of an act prohibiting fishing In Done by order of the Board of Public Instruc "
'4 111)i ), and N..rlhx. si quaver," or N"rtlinKt. I..r the The Florida
for service on defendant ,
alerH of OtH'uolii C""l1ty during the monthn tl..O""eol." County, this 4th day of March, .
'I".rh'r. and Flxnt: hllil of. Norll1"e.el. '1''Hlor rorpoi4tlon :
Sio 11 thorn ItailroxdCompany, a
of Fehruaty. March. July and August of any Wit K F!:. Brown Chm. Pro m.
NorlhtHMt of n.uuttiw. .t and C. A. CARSON, President ib G: BRYAN
iinrter| gunner| under the. ,laws, of the Mtate'of Floridand it SECRETARY
. jtNir M ith.any Bt'lnu or .net, or by Hhnotlnic, .Riff w.JHenrn.SuperIntendeut-_ _ y [Seal]__ !
south l hall ol' "outi) u ..l gunner 01 I Hr.UIIol appearliifc that the ourity Invedtn jimt <.*>mpatiy. -
Klnx or with tIny n t lIerdevice ;alllO prohibiting
'I wwnly llviM1' min) North l Imlf of. N"rll1".l I Notice of Attachment.In the T'oinplnluatit. liaa liiHtltui d cult and -
flNllliiK' rlurlnK the other months of year
'quarter, Poop I 10) \\ < t-t '|'imut 1'.1 l Nil thu<*.Ht 'p".r.| with a hcinti l l.aaUlan four and half Itchuteahatrvlehed Circuit Court 7th Judklalflrcullof Florida\ flU.d Ito bill of romplaiqt In tliy Clrriilt Court The Waters & Carson-

t l U'r. ,itntl West In* f ol tnitiitfy-Kt, '11I..I1'r..1 Mot of Oncvola Conlll y. Floridn, n iLln./ Thn Florida .
except tho )I..k.t and wing in and for Oxceola Co".lv-M..ry VjuinleT
11.HI ''hug' "-iv ( :..,. 'l',,u ." iiio| rMtll"M2\:.',) ) Southern-.Kailroad Company, a coriwratton, ,
"'If HHlrl KfllllU I Wlllf) -h Hhnll, Hot XCed H..VCntyfive and her huHbanil .... Hubert Ii. WliacoToItobcrt
e KoiUli 'iniiK" lltlvly-l\.u' 2)) I KIIHI : ml.l. t-niro- Frank' Q. I lrownTruxt(* Frank Q. Brows and
fnrl In aUo llcenne of defell"ul. end all other
letifftli.: requiring a B. Wallace "
Ill., briiiK, Mini/urlhi' "i pea rllmil ntt IOIIIIIHMIUIn ' all claltnlrutnn I Intercxt In the property *
txeuty-flve dollar to fish with ,a (elne from peraona Intereatod In the above entitledraune perioim
ft Ht n purl| I'(>n the \..rtl'I.r,, **t limn rut herelnafteV in tho) ...lcl1)ii1 of complaint dewj-llxd, the Grocery Company
!Hollars do-
and fromnonreMl laude
l4 rt'HlilelitH of the county fifty or any of the
(t..), "ti' ..wiHhi|) 'lu 1 ''nl 1) Uv' l iJf:>) smith Hungollilrt uainev and reMdeucei of whom ar* to the com ,
I ante ot the county, and uaemptingLiken acrlbtid: '
) Lhr.*u ( ::1"I.) (. In c4_.lii Co'inly' Klor plalnant uplcnown, for the purpose of remov
'I'"> ) and KiHt Toho tpek.llgafroth ; You will take notice that on the 26th day of
111.! one lluMiHHii-1. iltiy<') 1 Ivet l from tliti Knrth-. I log the.prlou'U upon the title of the complain- I -Wholesale and Retail Dealers in- r ,
the |p"ovl.lo".oOr nand act October 1U10, unit was Instituted agalnat yon,
x.$t Itruer of ,al, I person, nix ((01'. ''h"III'c.oath .., dimcrtbod In tho said titlh) ,,"duZeorl..g
< S. ACKEK. Rol.erl0. "Wallaie. the Circuit Court of thoah
tlirtiM( :.hl'Kr.--. *., thirty iI, III'< ) uiinul. Wentthrit furtlier that n nbHK'n tan duly I
of Flotilla. In and fur Oare'
KI..lm.'a.JI''b.:, 16.1"11. 8 Ut Judicial Circuit;
y ihmiMiiKl. I. ,'1111-t.ulHI' : II ofHttia ;; GROCERIESWe
(t lath) u -- -- - -- 1-l lHHtie! out of thus Hald Court directed to the de
ola County, In attachment by Mary \ r.on1her -{
right mil i wa) : them. i. .Mmth nit. \im (111 l I ) Notice of Publication.I'cpnrtinont husband Henry Vaunler; and that, wr I :
\\ (r'tW\ 'rut) eight" tlKtUKitn'il.. ,,: Ihriilinn I Ilparry a* prayed In ,Bald bill nn < October.
P attachment tlaleil" 1'MU wan
Bred (2t.( 4Hi, l eon IY'.I l .1'Ion' N.. Iu..r: >l unfarl ol th. Interior. I'. Hrj>ml Olllce at wan |placed lu. the handn of the MIrlll -
Clerk o4 th.Cireuitl'ourt and Iho aeal'
:lit tjf w "v I htMiri ,ninth. ) 'Imo t hon.ainl. live <,HIII| ,iivUl". "'rtlorlda.' M rhi", lull.Notltu .1 of Bald OHCuolaCounty and by said Kh y of laid Court: on tinid Oi tol>er l lC. and under
hiuiilrtil l'I so,, /let la DM H'Hith, Inc of xud! In IH hi'roh) gift n that Ucoree W. Forttc 1 I tn mud h4.oant e the nave ennui 1 not be .served SELL WE BUY C
of aekl writ orattnchiuent
and by virtue 1
tin. H.mth\\-Bt' 1 iluiirtcrof\ .(..''lh..I..r..t of whltliitr, Florida H ho, mi. September In.i owing Uj the fillure of the unid, corporation to ,

:Station 'I Ihirl. }" H\{ (.tt.) 111 T..w ,iishlp" Tu4nl :1\.... tuailo MonieHti-ad !entry No. X72 Ti .
lan situate lying
tracts or percale
11\" ***...Ih. Ieng'I( LntJ) 't s'll tJKHHlAlsoittinil ) . (l1:2.1) fur. MontliuttHt. quarter, section 8 ( I of further becauwe the, only known ofllnra and HAY HIDES.
being lu the County n4 Uweola, and State o-
tills\) ( HM h'ftUlt. *, adjululfigtht tow 11.1,11':11, : I Month, rangy .I 14 cast. TallithaaNeeMtrMtrtll / aK'nU of the _lei corporation) tm\o. been alt-

hu-l-l.i'. of[ -ntd. ,.Khl..r wa- y,(h rou g h I the South ha x fllcil notice lutelltion to make Florida, to wit :: / itoutb Bent from, the State or Florida for mourn. lliau GRAIN

half ol, *inil' ti U.t-I l qmirl,,, r nl ,s...tlun. Thirteen]llau."I1I1IHII.\ .... proof, to C'xtaUUHh' slain (to-I An inidivldi'd( onf-h lf ID.e..t (In half nix ((6) mont IIM " before tin l MiiiiK I FURS
of Section'lw >
1 (1111.I) Ill I 1,1"1', 'r'opy-II I '.. (" !) -.."IhI the Iniul HM>VW ileMcril ln iMl, before tie Clerk ol ofSertfonwomt of the anld "rlt.Wh..I"r FERTILIZERS
twri ly-ftKht ((2n1" ), nouthraKt quarter I
I Ixng. 'Ih,,,' ) IMO. (I.-') l-it-t all lu (O-eeolit. the Clri nit Court. oL Klxxlinmce. Florida, on > -nliie vq> northeaxquerlerandaouJ.lhalf ( ,' It I In ben*hy ortlon-d, .4ljudg. l WOOL J

('miutv}' I I'I.e l tin,. UK wih fv Hy nII.| |'t fir Uv. itferHIM _!!Kh11n'ntApr, \!, lull old' 1 decreed that lira sold. 1 IIH I- loridaMHitli I SHINGLES'I '
*. In. Mncl i.t p'"!.nil.,in now on lid' lien-u in ClrtTTTTiviit tier,..._(|(1 liN wltncHHCH. Noel Smith. | of KIM tlon thirty three ( U). ici tionpilrty ern Kailrontl. K .' ir|.oralfon. organised. and xUtiiiK AND

Now. t Ii li,'r< f">r... >OH mud, m'h.of' you,, std five x all In Township IWBnt
thirty ( >),
.x.."01 Iii it lit" "I i..-tt I .11 l ,In,, (ii, 'lmiHK, I II it'll H upon Mrilil FlorilH, \\'. i.; M'I"lIa.ul..r| ( WhlttU-r Florid* and. it ,IH ticrelj "Hiiin">i1 l tn< appear'| to tinRaid .
live ((2Moulh) of flange thirty one ''II)) aHt. I ALL
pruprl, .\ err ,h,, n.fl:> mil, ill*..1 mud Olllllltll) the
You are, therefore. required to appear" to -
to \IHI ,find iiniir| | in' MIII' .acl, 11'11I1 tInt, on henry H, fliulib' Rp''iat >, nient C'ompaiiy. and. .ler'I"llh') ,ftiild' Hint nf the I
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_._ !aaldautlonon the Rule Day in May l ill. thenv COUNTRY
the l'fM.' MiMKlii. ) in MaI'. "" |I. *""iti,," lhj' firrtiln .. Iill. (oinplttlnant nt thi. oftire or the' ('I<'k of the VEGETABLE CRATES
/ lame bef oKthe I ht lay ol M "llh..tto.
r ) ol .,,,1.1 uu.nth.'.'iii'l, I hon MIK.1 th>re to Nhfwu NOTICE: e..ter..1allain.l (ircuitCourt ..f ald OniilH Couuly' lorldit.
hat inti-n"t. if ant mi, lime. In H.I.I|. nlnixei NoiM |IH hereby KIVBII that a*/the HCHftion of ., default'thereof judgment Mill\ be al KlHHfinnH'e. Von lda, on. Mu"da> Ihr'Ith( day I CRATs..NA ..... PRODUCE

oj..... ritnu properly] nod l ,lu.hutt i.misr. II any. tinl 1..III" the Kifcte yf Florid In and. \\ ...YOIl'Ilne. my htttid and Sail thla.lutb.,. of January 'of June. A. I D. TM1, mod, that thin pnler l h. .put

hy the .",u 111" .h..Gild, .nut )I.f- iHkitt\ h>- tlif' for Hill! at InllAhtmBeo, up|>lioittlon will be I linhed sullen a week for.. the spare of two I'( )
A. D lUll.
1 pelf loin r lor tin I, anon itntl\ I'"r''I' .. | ftirthr niM'Ie, for thn pniHage of ft law. for creating and month prl..rlo the salt Mb .I..y..r June, A I' -
F PREVATT.Shurlll'or ,
C. sell field and seeds of all kinds. .'
...1.1 1"1111"11. ...r CMIv! ; 1 larrt'ilt ...tttl>Ur>hlnc| a drainage district' In aid for the 1"11.10 (fhe rClHulniDH'e Palley (''''-otu.. a weekly. garden
( coin\
\NitnirtH .Vrthnr I. l I'ntiiKau., < )irk" .tf HHiil ropey of. the upper Ht. Johns River embracing ft Palmer, t uewRpuper of gmcral cln'ulalton iniMlhlitnl m in We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping Vj;

Court, mud, Ito ion I of HH"II'Hurt thin J ''rol! tiny p("rtl"nn of Volufllat Orange. Brovard Oat eola, Attorney for PlaintlfTa.' Hkld OMcfoU Cnllnl,.. Florida. parties. "

nf March. l'''>'ll. and l Ht. I-uri Counties Flold.aod_ provMlniffur Done and ondered.tMiamf. fn tht ( ounty of Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. ,,.., AMHbU( t:. KOMtl.Ahf: hooting of Uonilft 'UIMIU the lands of the. wald Dade. and Hiatnof Floriila. this the lltb day of
Old papers for sale at this= office( \ we are county agents for good fertilizars. Ask! us for circulat
[HKAI.I': ) Clink I I lr<'tilt ourt for O"Cfiil ei;, drainage dintrlct for the Hald purpose Man h. A.D. lull.
lJ.lit: County. Florida. lout\ Vv'. A. Beatify fend AM>cUte 20 centa: ) a.hundred 12.U MINOR 8. JON! is. Judite. and prices on fertilizers. i .r* ;:

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......... SURPRISE Happenings in That Prosperous, Mid- I. R0'S'S'GRAV'ES f ; :

Call and se: my line& die Town. Broker. and Manufacturer'Agent r'
County ,- CAHR1aS A C0-MI'i'r.t\ [ i ,81' o) c k Olj'
seems dead;
__ rfissimmee' Florida. '
D ,Wa are waiting on a shower toloreal
", 'H'AR.t'WA'R'E
p -STORE/D this extended drouth( which has con. how: C ascFixtures,, .?Safes, ,

\ : tinued -BO long' as to prevent farmer. Typewriters. I sAND I

MRS. E. L. PE'ARCE ', '. LACES, ETCt and from watermelons planting their except corn'in-peas the, beans low Computing Sca'les ahd Office. I'AINTS. , OILS 1 KKNCUW1KK.. ,N'lr, S9'VIsSfk ) .
PIling Devices. : TII-tMAT JJ; i T"IEMlo1I.t
Hi'iick lands which liolJs') moisture I )\ I"T'

Benin an building(: trough to bring.up COM. I A good many; 'SPECIAL. tCENT. FOilrwis .I' FLORIDAN e
t ,
I r
farmers had corn and pea up and look- i
. ing fine when Jack Frost came and cut Upchurcb b Co., .: ..., t lii,
1 .' .- . -- it down. Wholesale Grofers Hay,ami! Grain, -
and "" ---"" ... I.
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I Mr. W. A. Eubank has gome, corn on 1\- '
9 For that LINGERING COUGH lake, tiix. loW hammock land doing well. KJNGAN & CO., Packing House Products ,---- .-. ,. ..1Kacpill51

tablet growing on hia muck land!, whirl '
WINTER COUGH.SYRUP k. > \\it', '> tl",' au'o:" ,IY
111' II ui
1.\L'1\ '
; he Alas ijid! ditched 'a I It}I I now getting: ... h.I' Ill' l1)ld\1}\ ei N
jJl"' H'
of1 '1--111"
Into.cultivation. It in one the llntHlproperty
of in South Florida. I\()l" Ii "v ever Y little while Ivan
Contain no ,Morphine_ or Opium) Compound.Helioves piecoe I" < xufit maclimest) ; who kn .
Mf.SMrtI Young Tindall and Millie Net
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soreness ami Ir.rllntlon. and meci>o.msm '
Hi. Xtmetme
ties are on an extended trip cow hunt ;
I Heal* lntlnmc l Tissues. inK for Mr. It. Doncgan.) II .1-'l1dld.; cal nest A to 2.

.. 25 slid r>0r. Hi/e," ' .Mrs: Nora 'Tindall! -ii veiling Mrs. Is an art lew achieve, but I... t / Expert Service U '
,- Noah Kuwlinon.Mr "
KISSIMMEE DRUG *. W. It. Nettles happened| to avery ANDERSON & BYNUM 'I r,-.". '--" -w' oJ r::;, Whv, not"). "rpnr.ult u"*. on your I HMMI' ald
70.t bad accident. I .. ..d: j' .1'l "\ crhaulinq.' ) ailjusting I
"om.dnYM stepping .
ago j a /4
,' wuik"A P II.IM:
pal i"\ CMS.tglil
DANLIISUTON avn.Excel p1'n\
off the door Into hole -
I 7' .' '
a and v.
ixnjlion to keep ut'
.t ;
l spraining her ankle very severely. She All Others in Kissimmmee-. I / td
1uuarlte'! to' please you .
/ was unable to walk for eight days, but Also, 110 tho EST __ ..-j* ,.. ; I-

t '. ./ we proving.Mr.are. glad to Mote. she is now im\ Cleaning, Dyeing, RepairingBargains ( ,- t" 1 J +1 t '] r"---. 1 t 1 '<...;

1 i EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVED/ C. .Kubank'. is spending sometime .MII.l.Ki\ : : III !I I.IUNC.: ; lli.MI\VAN! r ,
with hill brother, Mr. W. A. I

Eubank. _ lie came from Sumpter I r _..-.. .... ..... ....._ ".- "'} .. t
' -"- BY SAVIN"G''M9NEYDo (counly where h.- has resided for tw'nly- Ir- :

Y you want to be suec-erinf I 131art!) saving now. I Put your money in five' years and seems to be improvingin 1 .) ,.,,' ,
fJ health to some extent., This ,perfect I N I. I hi
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climate in u /great lienefit, U :anyone ;
BANK that will come and try it. In all \kinds of Real Estate. I I ,
-Fire and Life Insurance and I
Mr. W.. F:. Eubank wife aiVl two '
Armour's Fertilizers. Renting .I CONTRACTOR l 1 ( ) -uul'IU1IJKK/ I ) ;
We have more Savings Accounts than any other Bunk. in children have returned from the East I
1' Osceola County. coast where he has been engaged in and Collecting Rents: a ;

I A Savings BanK-loaned( FREE. If you hiven't procured the wood l business, where they are "Specialty.' Taxes paid forRnr ,
i : Docs General Gontractiiif. B.Jikimt' and Furnishes E >
one do so at once. making preparations to drain the St. /; :
/ : : mates on Structures of ,111 1 si' .e; 01. ['1I11'n.l0Ils.! whcj-hor :
I ? Johns marsh He reports plenty of
f Aanus/ A.' DOMBOAN. President .w H. NoaTON. C..hleri work, especially for teams. J. )M. O. MEEK I it be a Two Rotrm. -.Cotl- iif--01 .1 :l'"'wi't" Hotel.. tl't't:I'',

Kubank is also \there, but we think Kissimmcc. Fin. I I Makes A Specially of burr".: ARTESIAN :

i from the, way he writes he or his family winch tic has, ,
Lr = I in not w.Ui tin gritted( \ success
is longing to gel buck to their good old of any man in Flat ,da. ; ,
'I I
home on Bull Creek I A
Rex is a jolly good fellow and! I can GUY Give" him and L .. ,
W. H. ARNOLD PLATT JOHNSON foul wim* i 1\\ c twill
r, lH ?, give him a gctod) recommendation to the I I I Uewi-ll and ql Davenport correspondent but he "need No. E Munn Bldg. Likelind, Fit .
:I t . Contractor .and Builder . .. not be so selfish as to confine himself' to I J vvi '

Whittier Tracyborough anti Siinmonsville. -
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k ,. PLANS ....ND ,I tTIMATCB FU..N'.D. ARCIHTECT ra: ."
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.1 0.. *P 'CAT'C>N Misses Mae Kubank: and. Lottie Hun .. .. .. ....,.,.. .. . ..... .. . .. .. .. . ..
r +++++++++ : : :- : :- : : : : : : ++ : : : : : t.oI--t. : : : I-+++ "':' ,":--'H--I'; : i -+-:- I
cock took advantage of the nice weatherand Designs for All Classes ot Buildings I '
... I guaranttw work, when complt't..d. W bt" :
went fishing:, catching' a tine trout it ::
+ jutt IU cntracWd for. weighing about ten pounds. RESIDENT WORK SPEJIIHTT: : .
Nro.da9 S. L. Eubank to be well + +
P.O. nos 47 IReddence Upper seems Very + '
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KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA satisfied with his stay at.home. We 37.3ml.tllmo I :t: First I Door North of P() .
believe he going to take farming tfficc't
I is up ++ .,.............. t .,
instead of being, a railroad man. '

I We hear that Mr. Fred Harvey, who C. W. Griffin rt. There yotr: will, find ,.SHOES. HATS i t'I
; recently closed a five month's term of .

... ........................ school here is i teaching the Frank Barber ANCY I i DRY' GOODS AM NOTIONS, nil of best i '
i school. We wish him .success anda GroceriesFRESH +
EMIL MACH ERNEST: MACH' jolly good time, and also hope to see FAMILY I lt: qu. It}' and lowest prices. :I: ; '

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i Livery'Feed and Sale 'St abe day noon, and as.t-the wind still continues : + ++ ++ .. +. ++++++++ + +
1Z. from the south we hope to hate Jlou/! .
Deliyery Every Day at And
Agt. International Harvesting Co.Eyarything a good rain soon. Patronage. SoliciteY-i ,
I + Mr, W. E. Eubank: Is. .transacting, \ ". .
x busIness in St. Cloud North Krasimmee: .1.* Phone No. B i ;
.14.1'" txrra a xE e."7T'EA.: .trx.I:rrc. : iI
Mrs. Louise Eubank and Miss Mae I,

{ new and first class. We render prompt and A Eubank visited Mr. H. J. Hancock's 'I The .HULL BASS MARKET

'factory service day or night. family this week. Sprigg FlemingCLEANING a

If this escapes the waste basket you Bearden One Block from Ski'I
J'f f ONE ALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT will hear from Lanier again. '

Kissittitnee, Fla. Phone 113 J - --Subscriber.--- PRESSING .Kresli Florida ol all kinds. i

................ The Kissimmee Library.The DYEING "tl and Western MEATS .* ?.* > '

r> Kissimmee Library often to its REPAIRING.word POULTRY EGGS FRESH FISH

subscribers a list of over four hundred .word at my house and clothe4will t
books by the best authors any or all of be called tor and returned. Special ?111wlion J'Jiouc 1 Orders mid Free

which you have the privilege readingfor ------ I 'Jel/i'f/-v tiny pall otc City, 'hose81) ,
__ f'Osceola umber only $2, which secures a single Satisfaction Guarantiee I "

). membership, or $5 for a family memo -- J,
erahip. Capt. French, the librarian,
will issue you a membership card for

--Compai: hf above amount. Library in State
Bank building. 8-tf "
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t DEALERS- Bungalow for Sale.A I : I

and Dressed brand new four room bungalow, I. _
Rough Lumbgr

1-. 40-tf deep for sale well; spot, splendid cash 9800.C.water A. CARSON.,. large' lot, ..


-. A Chap Guy.
; SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LIME Mr. .Jann-Great Ceasar, Laura

.JNOVELTV vwlij did ;you buy me those \lee'n.
VVORKSGENERAL Mann-Why; they weN marked S y
dowii to almost nothing.
Mr.NMann-And that's exactly what
BUILDING' MATERIAL I'll be X.I wear 'them!-Illustrated

Sunday Magazine.Citation .
:i eft eAS Free.Ddivry to All Parts. o1 City .'s eAai I of Administration.

In 'Ourt of the Couutr Jtidgu.Mta(.of Florida:
a'4 I K.latoof Hlella) (II. Wright. OCIWB! CounljNolle --
I Co Creditors: v I t
; I All perioui having debts. or
'',, I ), ......... ..............................\\aeN\...........'. The hereby Kd.te required i.f Stella to prttipnt O. WriKlll.the naiiiKduly Owmaed' are authenticated To put.Hp) Hint '.m'\\' home Or 'OI1l's ('h": I.IJ.. is (to hr< r

}- wnlilu the lima rjuUMuS>j law, <'III'I"UI', 11('.'(' Wolf hu Jniilliii
WHAT IT MEANS .i and all perituuii Indebted to Halt] Kiitate IWe raquired ." your .) ( :':;; inaitrrhil.V<>

-t"I I I .....aar a best people of littl do not or oaplul whit.u Bmuk'i
l AclminlnCriUir. .:...I.te.If Btclla ( Dee '
i i. Wr'gbt neat
' 1*tk.rod. tku p.....-..UM dope..... from I...., ihrafora tb. i larler It U th. i reseed. il tfAdninistrator's .
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ene.- *U at.pltalof .160.000011 : Notice .
lI.rplulua. l .. "
e- t2.U1o DOatockbolilora'
+ .. .'.. : e p
lUUIklr 60,000 uo S all crodlturx JevaKm, .thotrlbule& and! all
-_ having olalma or deinandfl the i'
A tool parsons against
,, .11. -u.e& ..oust low 11:1.000.00: < ....f.,...our d.po.ur.. oould Joe a eatato. ol Catherluo A. Htiirtevanl. df.c,.,aed. "
I pas 'ybl. ptet.etloa Ie Joe YOU y lat Mmola Co., Via are required to present SCEOLA HARDWARE CO.
1 ib.came to nndenlKoed,duly authenticated -
STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE within the time prescribed' by law, or am*
..,. -- wll .lx barfed.; and all owing geld estate ar S. L. LUKFER, Manager ,
KJ_.'........... Ft.ORIOA.: required to make Immediate settlement.N I
.', JOHM If. .. i
O..A. N. CARltON Administrator ,
Katate Catherine.A "Hturtovant,
i if
e rr-kleqS (:ashler .deoeamtd k
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) : i / Only Shoe Store

Is the Logical l Man to Be' the Next Suuday School Workers Jo Meet To Live in Kissimmee and Wages -

1 f in Kissimmee Governor of florida. *' .at Tallahassee MardI 28-30. Usually Paid. From a KiMlmmee CUI....

Some may contend that because the Delegates from all-over Florida are The following table of prices J is as ; j .:::::::;;;- .
: / / ..:- OU] STOCK IS NOW COMPETE near accurate as it la possible to obtain,
$ next to to the'
primary*.electlon'will not' be held go great convention and ia published for the information of painful?
Et Received 25 doc. Ladies; Ladies' Silk Tailor Bow Pat. Pump $3.60 for some twelve months yet, .it is pre- i \ of Sunday Schoolworkers at those contemplating moving to this city: Is your back lame and after.xer- +

Men's Aid Children's Ladl s' cloth top PaVKid4 but.' Ox. 8.60 mature to discuss candidates or 'issues. Tallahassee March 28. Every Sunday riour.*..)> to W.M p.r bM Does it ache especially. N '

.. Finq.Boots}nd Oxfords. A very pretty Patent Kid Tie, ,- .- 2.26' Af first thought such conclusion, seems School in the state may send the pastor:, Smoked Dry> Halt,linxm__.. .. 33 la\to MO W_onu*nu pr p.r Ib Ib,t.ont.! I.
., .. :0N: :I Is there a ao ne..I In the kidney region
Bom / lit
but is ItT Let's It'li and from MnU pwIb
}logical, see. a superintendent ... ... i'
r : LtnwBwHM .7to. n Nnta pee Ib wl
? ,
fact 'that 'special Inieresta one to ten delegates. < Kk. .' ... /
SPECIAL No. t.4" e recognized /'the. - .. ? fto B c.nt.p.rlb '
.,. indicate
on'th The will Sweat Potato* .1iO to"enu per buibd Theso symptoms weak: r
and touring patrty.ef workers arrive .
1 t are'ever Irish.Potato ... $l to 11.Z8 1ney4C
, Mews Gun Metal Blucher: OxforJ, Regular *T doubtless even now they haVe picked in Penracola for Sunday, March .Kr.b Kl.h. .. .:..... .h to;" : :, t

; } ' their candidate' for' governor I in'the approaching 26th, and will fill the various pulpits of Griu Mackrl. . .... ....... ..: ... ..8 tot\ par p.r ib Ib There Is danger in delay: .. '
price $3.50. Special : '
: : that moVning Meal ... ... .. . Weak kidneys'fast g t weaker .
;, T-- t-r -' ,_.- rr =--- . campaign. The chl..f' ex- city and evening and will Fe-h .. .. '. 11! tol5 perlb f !
: show ]: We to-date service. ecutlveship Is the highest office" Within hold a great mass meeting in the after. Krwh Pork ..ffT.: ... . >. to lee per Ibttuvar Give your trouble! prompt attention.Doan'a .
r No trouble\ to goods assure you up- .. .. .. 15 Pills "
'' the direct gift of the people, and is of noon at: the Methodist church. Then, Dried.......* ........ ".. pouodstert00 8 to lOa par Ib Kidney act quickly. f '
. .......... . 10 .* '
L. Mr WHIDDEN' & CO. wU'- DrIed PMohMDrM to l-'Jto p.r Ib They str
r such vital importance aa to warrant on Monday some of the party atop Apple ,.. 1C to li'S: p.r Ib this
oft at at Pur Lard ,.. . .18 to Ito Read Kissimmee testimony. -
the. extreme: care, diligent effort and Chipley, some Marianna and ... . f4 c per I '
Compound trd. 18 to Ib Contractor
per J. H Harris and
others at Madison .. .. . carpenter
patriotic servic* in first selecting and and all will reach Ch M Urmm "" etc POT lbBl.ekFd ,
*: .. Ib I ibushel Klssimmee, '''Fla., says: "I 'haveho
. Tallahassee for the first c par
then bringing about the election of a session of the .. AciMrlb; SZ.oe per .
convention at 3:30 'off**. . .' ,1ctoaiaparlbonion. hesitation in recommending Doan'aKidney '
man who is not only able andhonet, p. m.. March 28. .
T M OUo to Ova par Ib Pills for I know from
past ex
but> one who by word and act has This l is the greatest! touring party Jf KCTOMIW . .r .like pf gallon I ,
Kgf- .. -. 11.Ao to Wo down pe"ence'that.thel act just aa: repre
proven that he is of and for the people. Sunday School specialists that ever Chicken;Frier*. Zfe to per 4di. c eachChicken : '
H. STANFORD COMPANY It is pf such a man we wish' to write; I, visited the --Southland. E. O. Excell], crown. ... & to BOe each sented. Off and on for five' years I '
; i Corn shelled. 4Oo per bushel 1 have taken,this remedy for my kldneya r 'tt
Ve not that he needs an introduction at the world's 'great music leader, and Oat*.. .. 7<>e per buihelOrsnitM I
.. Alvin to season .. II.60 to I'2 00 per""XC..ntera and a'few doses have always broughtme
the world's most
our hands-for e'verjcFloridian worthy noted .. ,
? Carrie. ..Couplet a LI no,of ".60 to a EliBlacksmith. relief. This preparation Is worthyof
r the'name is acquaintedMnith ke recordof pianist, will have charge of the music : '.$l.Wto! 360: '
Clearing L Land-.rubbln..III.OO to*!aOU, par ker "
J..r Park 'M. TrammeTl-but merely to Rev. M. A..Brown of the International Clearinc Land->-.tumpina1YOO to $24 l 00 a trial.
DRY GOODS, N"OTIONS, School Man. and Team ,. $t.Iq to Sfl 00 For sale by all dealers. Price 60 eta.FosterMilburn .".
i readers that at this Sunday Association will come .. '
} impress upon our 110.. and Mule. 61.00( > to 3.00 Buffalo
-FURNISHINGS- particular time he is "the man of the from Chicago. -Prof. W. A. Honlin, WBronl S.Ui. agents for he'U tt.ed States.
'all .. "l
noted from '
hour. aropnd specialist Day- v ':I.III'to'12' .
.. ,.. ..' the'name Doan's suid .
harrows W 0toIa11U Remember -
I Pa'rk Trammell! will born on a farm ton, Ohio; Rev. W. N. Wiggins of Dallas Teacher .IJ to 575 a month ';
SHOES m mi and m CLOTHING* i** *m in Macon county Alabama, but earlyin l Texas; Rev..' Thos. V Ellzey of Wood per cord ,.61.7. to 11.11< take no other.

,.. 'I hfe moved with his parents to Polk New Orleans; Wm. W. Fred Long.of -- --

aw can be found; In Inland Florida county, where the family engaged in Jackson Mississippi; Miss Elizabeth!; I

t and _II.. ttiem I trucking and orange growing. He'at. Kllpatriclc:: of Corinth:; Miss., with some i-A ATLANTIC COAST LINE'SS -)

tended the rural public school near hag five or six others are in the touring I _

AS CHEAP AS ANY I home but at the age of sixteen was party. Besides these noted people there
HOUSE IN AMERICA obliged to leave school in order to work are many of" Florida's most noted TouristTO Trains -

I ar.d1U8\ aid his father in meeting ob- specialists to be present. Dr. Lincoln 'bb ,

j .. I ligations hat had come from financial Hulley Hon. W. W. Holloway, Prof.

s I reverses. He- labored' by day and. Conroddi' Hon. Park Trammell, Hon. -'- THE EAST- .-TO THE WEST 4'"Dixie

studied by night end was finally enabled Don C. McMullen Dr. Jesse Bowman '. Limited"
I Palmetto
H. C. STANFORD COMPANY to take a course in law at Cumberland Younge Dr. W. II. Tr'ibble Dr. Black- Flyer"i"Sciriiiole . .

University Lebanon Tenn. man of Rowlin's College, Rev. Walkerof I : Limited" "}'I.n & West India L'tM." y

Kissimmee Florida I Returning to the county he loved so the Stale Presbyterian College, Dr. I
"Montgomery Route" "New York & }'In.. Special"
___ __ well, in 1898! he began the active prac- A. A. Murphree of the University Besides -
tice of law at Lakeland. Humble indeed these we are to be honored bv the "South Atla tic Limited" "Coast Lino Florida Mail"\

was his beginning. Without influential presence of Rev. J. P. 0'Urian of Kansas -
friends or relatives, \rith no City, Mo., who is one of the great ,

r financial support, save that which came experts of the country. We will have ,
., to him from keeping a set of books at also Prof.? Lawrence, worthy son of ELECTRIC LIGHTED SLEEPING CARS t;
fJ .
with Dr. Marion Lawrence of Miss
night his first years were fraught Chicago.
L incidents that would have discouraged Jennie Spaulding of inLand, Mrs. . DINING CARS .
a a less. forceful and determined :harac; Olin Boggess, Col. J. It Miller Rev.J. S t

1T1 ter. But young Trammel! was possessed B. Ley, Mr. Wm. Rogers, Mrs. O. ( ,
with of
a every pound candy with that degree of robust manhood D. Wetherell, Mr. Lee MacDonell and
For states and Schedules, call on or write to
.1 other noted will have .
people a
that is made stronger by the knocks of many h
tI} eteadfaatnese 3f place on the program. NORTH, J. G. KIRKLAND
One letter of the word "KELLE\ on every adversity His pur- Tallahassee is ready to give a great E.\M.
Cam When you get the word "'KELLiY'S" pose, his upright life, his loyalty to the hearted welcome to 1000 people. Comeon. A. G. P. A., Savannah Ga. ' D. P. A., Tampa, FlaT .

things he believed his devotionto Entertainment free to delegates.One .
made them to the Fruit :
up by I're8..nting City C. WHITE W, J. CRAIG
and onrf-third fare on railroads.
!i rt'J Store you will receive one pound Qf Red Band his profession-these and other admirable Executive Committee. G. P. A.. Wilmington, N. C. KT. M., Wilmington N. C.
qualties so rarely found in the '
;'t Brand Candy FREE! A pretty Girl on t.'very'aro.. m.W #
ranks of the young men Of a town or

__ rr city-ultimately attracted attention' I

and made such an impress upon the .
Niemeyer Wiley
r general community that after a time. Qr

tYi tI). public office was thrust upon him. .
First as councilman, then as mayor of
SAa"alSAa"al SAi3TIRMt
Lakeland he soon became a county 1 r,7
.' figure and Tn 1903 oH Polk sent him to
Tallahassee as a representative. So

capably, DO satisfactorily did he serve
that in the following election he was i

t honored with a seat in the State Senate.:
SixleenThovsaDd Acres
Though one of the youngest membersof ,

that assembly, he was selected '. ,
r .
-i\ O'F president, and wa, a potent factor in ,
promoting ruch legislation as was help ,"
:. ful\ to the masses,- and was"a'leader in o( ,'<0', .

y: MUCK- 'HAMMOCK, PRAIRIE and TIMBERLAND every equity the and movement 1907 morality.At cession based. he was on recognize justice!,. ____ O BUY a good mattress and put it on .1 1I ;:

Including the Ferrous Southport:; as the special champion of the peopleon I- "r
T : a cheap spring is like running a fine
'the floor of the Senate. His Sincerity "*.
.D RAN G E AND GRAPEFRUIT F I GROVES of purpose: his- integrity, his automobile .without tires. '" e :

ability were soon recognized, and with
almost one accord the state press predicted f J
No good bed is complete without clean comfortable mattressI "
FOR SALETogether "bigger: and better offices in a .

store for the young South Florida and the No. 400 Spring. This spring: represents the highest: attainment .
statesman. This prediction was wellfoundt'd. ever reached in its line; it contains 88 oil tempered coils of the
for in the election of he
with entire ,stock of Cattle arid Horses of the LEe-Pa-
was elected] Attorney-General by a best Acme steel wire manufactured. They are black enameled, and a.
sons Cattle Co. Although the live stock C.An, toe )purchased: -.
large majority! despite the fact that J '
separate fom the lands and houses. 'are absolutely rusHess and noiseless-you don't rouse the neighbors :
his his opponent was 'lone of the best
campaigners: in the state. every time you turn over. Superior workmanship guarantees a

For Information or Address I Call. on J JNO, ."M', ,' LEE, Kissimmee, Fla As Attorney-General Mr. Trammell! smooth, even surface, so that you don't tear the mattress tick"j' t t

has made a record second to none in every time you have occasion to move it. r .
the Southland. In the conduct of .ih'e i

-- office he has been eminently successful, The No. 4OO Spring is sold >at a price that puts the greatest ..
and has labored with commendable zeal .
in all_ instances where the interests of sleep luxury in the land within reach of everyone. If your dealer

: GLENNREAGINADVERTISERS the state have- been involved. The --wont supply you, delay your purchase until you write us direct for

same high ideals, the same diligence, *; I .
facts about the .superior 2Vo. 4OO'Spring. ,; t1t1"
the determination, the'energy that ;
made possible the placing of the boy 0 r

from between the plow handles to a GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO., -- '. 1

i We prepare and place copy scholarship at college, and from a low- Manufacturers -- Atlanta. Ga. '. ,
We booklets ly seat in town cuuncil to the presi "," '
We sell CALENDARS, Siens, Bulletins dent's chair in the Senate, have guided
It Boards and Advertising Novelties in Leather, him and marked
.y.i Celluloid and AJluminum. his course as Attorney- Jl >
a General of Florida, and the result has (
been one of'; absolute satisfaction to

every citizenship. .1 ,
b Park not a 'factionalman
I he is' tOO broad and liberal for
such narrowness, but he will enter tl.e i

TAMRA SUITE 4 & 5 FLORIDA race for governor endorsed and supported The No. 400 Spring .Bed-

r t BANK OF TAMPA BUILDING. masses,by upon the whom great has class long styled rested the the Noiseless, Rustless, Oil | r:. .

r I Black Enamel Temperef'j| -
burden of taxation, and who now

rightly defnajid! representation in the I Comfortable, Easy to j l

offigrs of igreate'st trust. Appreciating ..' ,

the exalted character of Mr. Trammell, : Guaranteed for 5 e years :'

L. M. MARSH & Co. his faithfulness to their interests, and I ..
f his ability to act capably and honorably
DEALERS IN FINE LINE OBx. and believing: that he is the man neededto

; STAPLE AND FANCY I I1 guide the ship of state, the people '
will rally to the standard of Polk'8'' H /

-1-.GROCERIES .1 favorite son, and in the primary 1912 J

will give him a majority* never equalledin : .
I the political annals of our beloved!
FRESH AND PURE state.-Palatka Times-Herald.. i

FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city. Proinptagd courteous I
I Tt Lt. NONC ,4 p. 'Oat \ Old newspapers for sale at this office

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. r r-I MOTION PICTURES the; Capitol Compared With the Price

-- In discussing the folly olf agitating Classified Advertisements

.,, 1'. I capital-removal the 'Tlme .Union gives
the Future of
\ An Able.Arlide on -
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', 'ir41' (some valuable "advice$ to Florida towns .
it; -
1 That Business in America. \nd people,who would seek to change Advertisemntarelnserted under this ) the rate of 5 Cents: .

"f f: i Are motion pictures going to last in fte/ i seat of government' The editorial '_ per line each insertion.FOR .. '
/II .
,1 \
America ? A, great many thoughtful l full of sound advice Dut the

people, have asked this question of l leland t oinwhlch the Journal would impress

" '.*"."', .' some of these thoughtful l people; uVon F\oridians is the one brought out .,SALE: r'_MISCELLANEOUS

'!,' ""';') :i ',,,, 1 Conductedby; .. arc' Il]*>rn elve8 exhibitors and manufac, about FWida not 'being able' at thinstimeMo 3-iOOl I i WAD t;.the tuner. Orlando. .

'. ., .i turen of pictures. There ,is i perhapsno expand half a million dollars to E. M. F., AUTOMOBILE-Kun
L' ; ''
erect the buiulikg for'the miles, looks like a new ene aha runs FOR fresh. fish, phone the Rull Baas
DR. W. D. NOWLI'N chapter of commercial history to state govern'-' batter)! has top windshield, speedometer Vark.t, No. 189. 13-tf
\ Vnotherci .__ __...
ment y, and that any city
complrd with the swift, world-wide eight-day clq>ck, chimes horn, '
',/' Y'i i having tlrIiuch to'apend for 'municipal metal tool-box 'two extra shoes one GET H. N. BRAOTTON: : to' drive ywlr
., \ :, ::: I growth of the motion picture trade. sian wells. 4it.tFOR
: trade for Ia.t. __ _,
couliTspertd extra tube Will sell or
improvemeji ] it In many .
:: : ., Every pay at \ .. jVYom nothing. twelve years foto better advantages.The town property. Address, E. M. F., dressed poultry I phone the Rull .

*' I an Ajmcclcan'audience of five million'a waysjto' Gotha Fla.,, 10-tf I Bass Marl et. No. 189. 19-tf. ." ,
; :
"' c'apitol .be benetinUI "
eleven thousand to any
with tlieatreaprmore.
: .'y.: .3:30= : and 7GO P. M. | a day. city. No one will. arguo agairjst EVERYTHING, in the Real! Estate: I MUTTON fresh,, fat and fine, at the -
is certainly a wonderful record. ,
K. t line, from a 50-foot( town lot to a fifty | Rull DRIll Market! ,..!phone: }189. __
but the capitol U not worth the 19"J'i '
I I I But there have l been other sudden, $ thousand acre tract of timber land. |I atranci t
: I ( : j Half a million i is a Write for anything wantah) remember -'WOOD, per f. $1.25.flve; \ strands'' .;,
-'" I.. S enormous, developments in the IUDU8PI conservative: you *!>.75. Kissimme e Lumber Co. 29.tfl
mate for the coat that that I guarantee to./give'youNaothing :
o( a building '
(, I ment buxinesx, which have faded away "
but absolute facts, and will ,. kIt l IA N I lIA EtC ER, Orlando: for ;
( would be suitable for\ a state house, bicycles 'l
.) jl j almost\ is quickly. bicycle refund. all your expenses itLyou] comeherVto and sundries. 25! wheels from $t.5o( .
j ness" (or example. Hut the bicycle but even that.sum expended in 'adve:- liMjk at .anything/ I have de- up El'.Jj'or new. 12-7tpd \

1 the and truing and securing new settlers. and acriblid to you and find t.hatoJ.hh'\J. CAUrENTEK'jOBlNCl ;
wan superseded by motor-cycle '
: : COM E I ; 1 automobile but there) i* nothing insight manufacturing concerns for a town misrepresented 1t. Also to tl.iiso, work. See James and, Church repliirinaGood St.; v
wishing t to land! through me,
/ purchase .
FI I i that promise"* to supersede the would amount to far more good In a without first seeing it, I will gitv you near Main St. 45-tf.

.\ ': motion) picture. "As a mere noveltybiisincsh \ shorter length of time. a minute description property) FOUNn--A: pair of spectacles. casa

i -' I , motion pjctuio1 Cant have along '. Think what I'ensaeoja could do withhalf I bought and will take the propertyoff 'marked! "Dr. W. Stanley Samson.

.,' I life in America,, and it is JIB a nov- a million dollars to spend for exploiting I your hands and pa,9you yourmoney Lancaster, 1.)hio. ' OWiner' can get
I' the We would! have back with ten per cent interest same at this ofHce\ by paying for this
city. not
luJMincss that motion is '
I i city the picture for time used, any time within not ice. .
mainly'exploited at prevent I| fool with the capitol.I twelve months from date of purchase -
:Sunday; Subjects : j i ANYONE anyw'h..rl!. can start mail
rt It i is i the.' great educational poHsihili- I I At present Tallahassee te avery good if you find that my description of the order business at home. No canvass.
4MoriiiiigilOfl--) .1f6. |'ties-ofsmotton !pictures I that need to beI I I 1 place for tke capitol|) ta be located. property IniHiiU'sn." S.was W.incorrect.ourS Downing, The I Heal for ing. Be your own boss. Send for freebooklet. "I';

I pr,,fichpd( from the house. top, because i Those running the state affairs have Estate Man, Kissimmiv, Fla. li-tf: Tells how. Heacock A 2144, '
: 'r I I not registered." any serious complaint, -' ----- Lock port, N". Y. 'j
f'- the people who realize that the motion \ _
,r E\'cltil1JOO( I against KING Quality sl/ies' for men at, Cash WASN'T
picture, IN going to create a revolution i| Tallajiassee/ as a place of residence Store. :*::-/ 1-tf ,IF YOU' SCRKKNSseo< I (OiceoiaLunibcr ,
in I th.. method of I and it is not desirable that it be Co They make them any .
. teaching are as yet
-<*-> (iod's Cull to the Sleeping Cluircli, ( I few and 1 far between.' But I first we removed tut this time. SEE King Quality shoos before. buying size and kind you want and! make them ;
6) Cash. Store. I 1-tf to lit Jlivt( them a trial. 7-tf '
Those _
.4 who :
must. prove that the educational( motion I people would like change: ;j

: ..c*> pictur uij 1' going to become at important might/ think over the |M>intH offered by CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low AJJ intellfcent)!? person'may earn $100motvthlvcorrespondiig -"... .: .

_u .,. thfiincs-JJnion!:! Secure J'.4)W) and pric..K. See-or Write'< H. Fleming for for riewspaPITS. -
- --- .... - I Jrunxthe- ommercialstandpoint aa Uiuumerely particulars. JO' tf . NuiVanvassmg.. Send for partit'ulnr".el"r. -

K.> --1' i. entertaining' notion picture intod spend, ft judici lusly and they will have __ __. .. .' s Syndicate, B 2245, '
I such a thriving town that the statehouse 1 FOR UK-Tomato plants. at n.? II.Aultman's ckporrTN.Y.
see. _
truck farm Kmsimmci',
The librarians of Wiwonnon, fighting J will liav!z been forgotten. -'Pe.nacola ,Fla. -d ROOM AM)
CHUR'CH Journal. '< I
.J. i f for a state appropriation, and they i ------ - ---.
BAPTIST FOR SALE: bout sixty good cypress, I
: : ; mean to make motion pictures us. much r fence posts, at my place in southwest DWELLINGS for Vent, apply to M. Til-

a part of their libraries, as ii the per- I Farm Laborers.A Kissimmee, :S. W. Downing./ : -tf 'ler.ROOMS. ... ._-.

i I lodical table or the C. ntuty Dictionary. -!' I TO RENT Either, single oren
't short tim, subscriber wroteto FOR bargains in resident property
The .schools of Wisconsin. are I ago a suitt'. tuitahle for light house.
this paper. to the effect that the negro truck lands and orange groves cull on keeping. Apply ty Mrs. A. A. Simp-
equally stirred on the subject of edu- : H. M. Breaker Kissimmee.. Kla. 4-tt
i laborer was not reliable and ask..dwhat sun. 3-tf.
; rational 1 motion pictures, and! the University i- .
FOR SALEOne Florida! raised iWy. ,,. -
we were going to do for help on
itself has undertaken to guidethe II. Fleming. 5MY W.'I'EJ)
oui, farms. A letter received by the __ r
I nod and magnolia blossoms movement for a general installation -
I (Grower; this week has some bearing on SEVERAL (GOOD WINDMILL outfits WANTKI;/.) Large tract of land in
1. ST. CLOUD Tim groom was a f f'r in our famous of motion pictures in every school cither Lake Orange, polk )
Mill. OsceolacouiHuB
_ this matter, and 1.1 given here in part to sell tower, piynp. tank Or
St Cloud drum and tiff corpse' andwill and library' of that great state. I for what it is worth everything complete S. JR. Bullock. . with (food transportation|

be "....A.,1., Tile bruit. and groom In Europe motion pictures began as I : / facilities' . for colonization( purposes., ...
I "Uesflte| the persistent, reports of ''I AddresH Roclar .. ...
care Valley Gazette.
left for their northern home lit Syracuse. .- an entertainment of aristecrasy, ar! FOUND A nice umhi/lla: was 1.r.rt:
increasing thereare
IHMS'Of INTEREST CLIPPED N. V.. stopping at various point worked! jiown to thf masses of the prosperity, M rs. Tress" .store, which t he owner can
at present more idle men in New recover by railing and for this I i I WANTED )Kefineil couples or gentlemen -
In America paying
[ en route. people. lliey began as the
fROM THE ST. (CLOUD TRIBUNE York City than ever before! many notice. 1M-21 for several nicely furnishedrooms
I amusement of the poorest classes, anare < | with bath, the best meals the
firmest. .
food men, men, for work ,
eager FOR SALE A :!
hackell. ::1
just working to the ranks of the .room porches market afford.'
Mr. B. F Rails up ran Corner Main and 1
The Rev. B..rgen/ B. Staats, of liar is in receipt' well-to-do At first only ten cent and yet unable to !find it. At the same :S Iou 150x1-17: feet 4 orange t trees, : Fai-ilic street.: 6
I1 brouck Heights/ N. J.,- recently paidSt. following communi ation from Dr. W. per time Come frequent reports that farmers the best.-well in Kissimmei-; hugs
K. who of the American people patronized motion street and C. II.
ji Smith spent the winter at thNew LIly) ave Campbell, '
with and others in the need
Cloud visit. stopping country .i
'pirturl' The would havebeen KEN;
rest owner. 13ltpdIF
St. Cloud. who has been !: ; .
.d .. :;;# his .friends. Comrade and Mrs. E. A. ann workers and cannot secure them. In ____ .. .

4 1"" Bardwell. lie made a hurried survey realty mused. since his recent departre ashamed to be jon at a picture fen affort to bring the two elements together YOU WANT SCKEENS see Osceola 1 FOR( RENT A suite of rooms, corner :::1';

I of our public buildings; the New St.I' : show. Then it bicarnitwenty .per the demand and the supply, the Lumber Co. TheyXmakf them II-nyi|j Main and, Oak streets. Mrs E. D. ,
t ; "
La Harpe, 111. Mar. 10}. cent., then, thirty'per cent. of the size and kind you wanTbtuimake them I Hummer.' "
J Cloud Hotel, bunk 'nostoflice, Tribune Bowerv Mission's Free Labor Bureau
"My Dear Friend and Comrade: I total population became moving picture to. ../fit. Give them a tnal 7-tf I FOR RENT Two
office school house churches etc., and hopes. may find space in your beautiful roomn,
I': am here, 1.40O miles from St. Cloud, in habitues. Now it is poHsibfe that forty you PIT GAMES-FortyhensatIieach |' with bath _,Will! Vent cheap for the
houses arfd bun ;
those facts
I. a number of our pretty to /give publicity, .
the cold nbrth'rn climate. The tern per cent t>f the American public reku- two cocks $!.OO each; two stags, | summer -.S. W. Downing. 13: tf 'f
galows, and expressed: himself as astonished assuring that no fees whatever are I
_ you
thin $2.50 each E. R. GothilFlorida.
perature morning is 15 dereesabove larly ,patronizes motion pi turpM. The liagJty )
at the growthof our town in so exacted for services and that such 6-tf -1flt RENT Five room cottage m-
-' n zero, anil- it looks like hold : .
it is going/{ remaining{ sixty per cent still I t-.ily's addition .
r short a timer ._ action on your part will be of great ; good flowing' well'; ,
__ ? to snow. It IS cloudy and cold and I aloof. This is partly because they are 'If'1 YOU WANT HClnENgspeORceola fl 10>er month. See H. (Glover;) on the (.
helpfulness to the needy unemployed.
.' tell you I feel the effects. of it when 1 not so dependent on the low price of Lumber Co. They make them any i I premisei*. U3tpdWe
;r'" . Mr. Frank M. Sterrett, of Troy 0.. Exchange. size and kind you want and make themto -
venture out. Tell old- comradeyou motion pictures as are triocc who now I --I
lit. Give them a trial. 7-tf
_ _ r.-... wjio was recently called home from St. meet that my advice to them is to patronize picture shows. 1 It is partly I I Have Enough librariesWeWant
Cloud on account of death in his family, I BEAUTIFUL P1NEDALE These fiacre -
remain in St. Cloud where because this ha
they canjae sixty per rent not yet
has returned and i is registered at the Iou in Pine-dale have advantagesof Soup Kitchens. .
New comfortable and not to come up here found out what a good thing the motjon; locatiopv splendid soil find they
St. Cloud. It is Mr. Sterrett's
where :they wilf .have 1o shovel coal orfreeze. picture i.. It is likewise because"mo. In the rough .road stage 4 life. are growing in value. Let us'show Philanthropy? is' still 1 groping, blinofy i

_ _ ., . Intention the' Sterrett to introduce in. this with section which . . .ri . tion picture shows are .not up to'the to long and yet t to short, there are you. Nelson Realty Co. 13tfFolrSALErMy In the dark..//At no time in the 'Tiistoty
a variety -
\l pear level of the best intelligence ,of the ET'M.. Butomobiia of lhe'worldb83.the'h: of Midas I
-- furtive when down art
\ 1 ha has had 'success in Ohio, and .. moment we .sit P. ,
:, great i I. ..,..........A : stirred with a' 'reater for
,b Awakened Community.They.' iriustnot .()n1ybe by the wayside and would gladly for $650 less than cost, This car is pity Lazarus .
,1 4which thfs
he believes will particularly at J:30.'o'clock: : (Saturday but the .
.' come more educational' generally practically as good as new and is wrong sort of crumb is falling j
". . : high class if they are to get the remaining -
an attempt to pick the lock on a rear little on the good earth, which will Reason, for selling at /great: sacrifice Society
door sixty per cent of possible imme. is that 'I am leaving for an extended, 11 organizing itself| with i-
Comrade .and Mrs. E. A. Dard- one day embrace us. And
n Miss Addie B. Gouldman, who'hasspent patronage, but they must rid! themselves trip abroad. C. W. Ward. 14-lt adequate facilities to fill the hungry .
well were surprised to.find themselvesenveloped diately the march-march of Bo
the winter in St. Cloud mind but
\ as a member of a great deal of the cheap there is woeful insufficiency
in smoke and flames when suet rings out and urges us on. A FOR SALE Twelve acre orange/ antI I :
of the staff of the Tribune severed business. now found in motion pictures.; of food for hungry bellies. Poverty is '
,. her connection this this they opened the door to investigate.. ... halt? Why? Up and.on, quick! grapefruit grove, about three miles aching r
with. harder than
paper| ever
.t from Kissiminee, on railro .<,I. Will! bread and \ k
hark forward. Life
morning and has left for Washington Rushing down the rear stairway must con- sell at a bargain. Address W. II. meat. The first essential in ,the up- I IJi;

D. C. She will remain-in Washington through tongues of tlame. they !succeeded WINDERMERE tinues. We rise and'take up our' Arnold, Kinsiminee, Fla. 41-ll building of man m the nutrition of his j'
after several Tninutes' burden again. March! March!-
until the of the summer hard The
opening sea FOR SALE -10Oacres of t th.- finest road of betterment-must

: eon, when she will /go\o White Sulphar work, in extinguishing the fire which Happenings! In and Around That Jules Claretie. muck land in Floriija. Located on : start at the'stomach.. We can do with- .t I.

!Springs: for the summer. During her tied> gained considerable headway and I Milliard's Island, adjoining; the famous i out additional libraries' and universities ,, ,..

: I stay in St. Cloud Miss Gouldman made would no doubt have destroyed not only Most Picturesque Place. Hilliwd farm and grove; lake so long as we need more soup kitchens. ....
frontage, no trees, no stumps no
many friends and her departure i is generally the Bardwell building, but also othersin S. S. Griffin( has purchased an E. M. overflow. If mold !soon will take $25 No.brain isin, a fit condition to assimilate t

*' regretted. the neighborhood including the fine F. "30" auto from the last .shipment A MAN'S WORK.He per acre.: Box 1r!.KissimmeFIa.i 14-lt learning while the inner man is !

Wuv new Farris building, as a stiff b.eewas just received by the San Juan garage.Mrs. who gives his whole soul to FINE LITTLE HOME IN THE CITY- filled with yearning.(. We can eliminate

A fishing quartet consisting of blowing. The fire was plainly a ., Rackley has returned home afteran the spiritual uplift of the communityand We have abou 3 acres, fine littleplaceciose the lines of the poets until we have -

', Messrs. M. H. Reed. Henry Gessford i. deliberate act of incendiarism, Lightwood expended visit with her daughter at In 'and splendid for truck- eliminated the tragic: bread line.
J H. Blaine G. had. been gathered and piled-in succeeds in cultivating faith ing: and chicken raising, 5-room house We
: and A. Whitbeck start- White Springs. .. are anxiously; awaiting the millionaire J
front of discarded in small hope and charity hi. fellow good water. A valuable place owned -
liy case a among
ed early Thursday morning with a full Dr. J. H. Johnson arul wife left last by a Kansas man, who will sell at who will be content with t

.JJ fishing outfit and picnic dinfler and a room in rear of the ice cream and drug Wednesday fr their home at Wassion, need not worry about any other reduood price. It will pay you to in- breathing monuments 16 his charity
establishment of Drs. N. L. Bryan and tasks. He is doing a good man'sfull I '
goodly supply of soft drinks consisting Ohio.S. vestigatethiLNelson_ __ ; Realty Co. 13 I rather than monumenu f stone to his

i. .wholly of cold water, ,,cold coffee and i Ludwig Eulenfeld, soaked with gasoline S. Griffin and family drove to New work. PENNELL SUPPLY CO.Agent Say- conceit. =-Woman's World j ,

cold tea After driving some teh or as evidenced by the presence of a I Smyrna, Saturday, to visit with the man's Soap and Remedies, Ordway I .

'I l fifteen miles, which seemed twenty to I one-gallon can, and JI red. : ormer's parents and to take in the Plasters) Magnetic Combs and Mendels Why Not ? ;,. .(

*'i : some of the party they reached the '. Uniform Text Books. aces at Daytona. They returned Wed- The Hjgh $...." mends Agents leaks instantly.wanted. 25 cents Speaking. of express companies anrllf.ia.the .
packets. 12-3tpd
t fishing ground. Caring for their horse, ] i neKday. Dy "the high sens1'. referred to In necessity for them as thrlneans of

v they secured a supply of minnows and Among all the prospective duties of II. L. Lyons clearing a lot preparatory article 1 of the constitutIon of the I BOAT FOR SALE42 feet and 8 inches doing a systematic transportation of
United States Is meant Jthe open sou- in and 12 foot beam
: thoroughly whipped the stream home in Windermere length new small packages did it .
secur- Approaching session of the legisla. to building a ever occur to
outside the civil built you ,
that !is, the waters and well will sell for $68 if
ing about 260 fine specimens, averaging ture, there are few jf any more pressingly his summer. Jurisdiction of any country whatever. taKen at once. Parties interestedcan to give a thought or two to the bag age

a pound- in weight. One of the party demanding prompt consideration Which according to the law of notion write J. II. Whidden Kissimmee
t 4 ; avers that, after dinner he hooked a than that of providing for a uniform Florida Maps. Is limited to one marine league, or Fla. > 13-tf. the express matter ? You hand in jour 'V"" 1

fine fish and succeeded in raising it just system of. textbook for the schools of Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley three geographical miles from the 4 4abore. CITY PROPERTY Three 'fine cement baggage, get .paper tag check for it,

free of the water when his line broke the state. It is a subject in which :The Gazette office a pocket map of Florida Even the great lakes beyond cottages 5 rooms with bath just and on your arrival at the common des. 1

and left the hook with the finns beauty | Times feels a keen' interest and it is will be mailed to" any address in tile the limit designated above are regard i completed and very pretty, best of tination ofvourself and the baggage ._ _

for souvenirv The- who' United'States. We can also furnish ed as "high .seas" material used lathed and plastered .
a )orta n.m the the check
*, [ on. which includes every: citizen o'f you present and recover
... each and of your ,
of Osceola county at VI instead plastering on stone makes "
? caught this fish states that he could not j| state. The paper| has made inquires' mars glad: to estimate sectional mapsof them absolutely dry. Will sell for property. It would seem to "be' a reasonable ;

estimate its weight as it had. no scales j. among tbwmembers. "of the legislatureto any kind. . Lucky Man. 91,601)()() each for two and $1,850 for the inference that bv putting on a' t.
,'II.-J "I'm certainly a lucky nmn. other. Might rent one". or twoof them. few .
:1 ascertain how they individually regard --- more baggage cars and agents: the

1: Two of our popular young ,people of I the subject. Jn the matter of cost The legislature of California enacted ""How'I hud IIO on? my good ilollios yesterday Nelson Realty Co. 13-tf roads could handle the express' business

i" V ) St; Cloud, Miss Eva May Brown alone it :will effect a /great economy, some pretty good measures at the session morning when my wife made her ('01. ]FOR( SALE- .Bearing Orange Grove With the same certainty and convenience -

.rL -.., -:!.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Brown, I and it will prevent the frequent just ended, the most sensible ot \I lection for the rummage ,,"Ief'he 700()() trees 80 acres, 14 acres fenced and cheapness that they now do
marsh and
and Jules: X. Uasen wire married at changes. which are otheruiii. liable to which was the Jaw providing for the I couldn't (give airy hut old stuff away." hammock land, cottage pine and, packing prairie house. the baggage business. The public is

the First Presbyterian church Tuesday !ho made It would put an end to employing referendum and recall.. Detroit Free I'ress. Next year's crop estimated at 6,000!) )( i coming to the conclusion that the rail '

? last at 3 p. m., by the Rev J.H.. I Rodgers j different books in\ different - - I- boxes. Cash or terms. Address .I roads should be required to do their

'{'' the pastor in an arch with a bi-ll counties thus creating: (confusion and I Rhinoceros.. With Two Horns.Several .f Coooanut Tr.... Owner Box345, Kissimmep. Fla. 48-tf i transportation business in full at rea'r'
I how
s|)cvie" of rhlnoeero-owsr;;
above. The lose the children A cocoanut tree tile '.....I..nds of sonable
suspended ceremony was to parents and teachers ( In compensation instead of creating -
I extinct marl only found In a fossil I I FINE LITTLE FARM-Forty of
Jthe first to be performed in the new : who movp "from one county to an state, used to exist which had no horns I Trinidad, and Tobago begins to producenuts good land quarter of a mile from station .parasite companies at an excuse for

'edifice recently dedicati-d. The church other. The matter will be discussed I at all. The name meaning as It does In four or five years after plantIng I 5 mites from Kissimmee, hun- doubling and trebling the charges. In '

r--- .w.. prettily decorated with palms. '''during I the pendency of the bill in the- "born d noao," Is rather a misnomer and reaches maturity In twelve or dred yards from school and church, cool fact there is no reason in business

/ ferns moss, orange and magnolia bios-1 1:I legislature, and expert educators favoring I In their'er** Several kinds of rldnocerosea fourteen years.. The average life of a 15 acres in cultivation most all several nice why there should be separate \" :
I healthy tree Is fifty years often very orange trees good orange express
0 : BOOis nWcIl-K It Present a .picture of |i uniformity cordially invited to In Africa bave two horns, one much longer.A land balance fine trucking land; some companies.' They are merely a tool and _
4 'tropI beauty. The bride was gowned write their views! clearly and brieflyand behind the <>other but the extinct nil splendid timber and a place to build convenience for extorting money from ,

I in lectH blue satin made en ttain and 'I !lend them to The) Times for publi- I noceros, known all.tbo dyceratherlum Tailor' Qu. up a nice grove and good home. 4- the shipping public. They and their ,
had a pair of horns on Its noso aide b) ry. room house pretty location, on the J
tulle i
; trimmed wltti point lace. A veil cation. I It is advisable and proper that aide. I Is a clothing storeroom a coterie( a Jacksonville and Tampa automobileroute. officials do nothing that could not be :

i enveLoped her. being fastened to her i\ the public Should be fully informed. I pentry or a vestry? Iondon Tla- Price $1,6OO. time on part if done just as well by railroad clerks and ,.

:hair with orange blossoms. Sh* -..eal'-'/Tama{ Times.. Large desk blotter tor sale, here. (Tapb.v desired. Nelson Realty Co." 13-tf I mellllt'ngerTampa Times. L

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