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: April 14, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00485
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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people. T 71eyseem-'ts 'know their r to the end tl.at the committee may

: CAPT. ..JNO. L. FRISBIEBtraws place -and. keen It.' The color line is I < make an intelligent report; also that all AN All DAY CURRENT[ '
, ,., closely drawn and theft is no social I HAVE THIS PRINTED ON YOUR'STATIONERYTh the "scrapping" .be done before the
standing between! the twO : vote is taken the
I races, only I on report of the commIttee -
r as is necessary in the realm of labor. I 1 In the next meeting of the

: a ,Comparison Between This ,exists between master 'aod 'servant. I Board of Trade, and thereafter to hold If Given: by Electric Light Plant '
The colored 'people are w& .behaved I their peace forever and a day after. ,
.Land of Flowers arid,That of and apparently industrious. /\. 'I. 4OO: Both subjects-what character of a Would Pay from the Day it -- ,1'
the' frozen North. In all its aspects Klimmee. Ittoks I I commission form of government do we "
<* .' : veryifood' to me. It is situated abou> o desire for Kissimmee, and the recommendations Was Installed. ,
180 miles' south' -of Jacksonville, :and I ,to the county commissioners .
about midwayi\ between the _Atlantic: IT4SINFLORIDPc of a site on which to.build the new jail - -- --& '
Hillsdale, Mich.. April 6, 1911. ocean and theVGulf Mexico, about 1 t,_ and sheriff's residence-will come for .Ever since a water work. and sewerage :
Editor Valley Gazette: sixty miles from salt water either, way, I mal action at the next meeting of the system was Installed In Kissimmee,' '
This morning 1 am in a retrospective BO' that however hot the day may be, a Board of Trade, whf'chwill be held in which necessitated the.conptant\ ran .. .
frame of mind, and am looking; back refreshing breeze always sets in at'' Ute City Council Chamber on Monday ning of the engines at the electric light
ward over the past six months' in which sunset, making the evenings and night April 24th, at 7:30 o'clock. and water plant, we have believed that ,
with my wife I lived and enjoyed the rights always cool and agreeable and If a .day current' wad installed that it .' )
pleasures of life in the very congenial a night of retreshing sleep Is' the result. I I would more than pay Its cost besides '
climate and characteristic pleasantry Those who Have lived both winter and WATCHUSGROWDr. being a great convenience to our people. -
of the good-citizenship, in the beautiful ; summer' there tell me that If possible, I Looking to this end, a representative .
city of Kissimmee, Florida. What the summers arp always more agreeable NgiE of the Valley Gacetto spent con-
seemed to be an imperative duty led us than the winters The water is Rivers Has Delivered Eighteen siderable time this.week Investigating .. '
U leave Kissimmee behiml and return mainly obtained from deep a..tesl.nwells ( the matter, with the result:
to our Northern home on the 15th day and being impregnated with sulphur Children Since January 1st It will be necessary toe the city to .
of March but in this I soon realized is -said to be very healthy. -It is I c purchase in a short time, either an- .
'\lhat we had made a mistake-by at least situated on the north shore of a be.iatlI I -' P The following children have been'' other dynamo to work in conjunctionwith ,
month. Last Saturday morning as ful : _ added to Kissinqmee's population: the "
one lake abounding in fine fish and.by one now used, which is saidto
I wfevat work in the fast falling "beau its connection with rivers and other On April 6, to Air. and Mrs. Ike be antiquated and entirely out of r

tiful STOW" with shovel removing the lakes- has a continuous' water navigation H. 4' Jernigan, a daughter. date, or two new and improved machines ,1 i, '
"feathers of On March 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. .
accumulated the Bky"from through to Tampa on the gulf.If I to meet the demands that will _
the walks, and my thoughts; went one is going to Kissimmee, a good Breaker March a' son. soon be made on the plant. These dy- ''!
back to the warm, congenial climate plan is to travel .on one thousand( mile \ On 28, to Mr. and Mrs. namoes will cost, including alf expensesof '
that 1 had so recently left in the Southland tickets which are interchangable fo/'I Everett Bass, a daughter.On installing not -over two thousand' ,
1_ where the fragrant orange blosSoms first-class tickets, either through or / ; March 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Ben dollars, ana will be'capable of not only I, ,
and other beautiful flowers greet part of the way as desired, onyJihbaggage King! a daughter furnishing power to light the city for ... '
ed one at every hand and all Naturewas can be checked from place to I On March 24, to Mr. and Mrs. John some years to come, but 'will be able to ;'
warm and beautiful and, pure place. thus giving the traveler the full-f'' OOi\ Partin. a daughter.On furnish current'to operate* all the fans :
where my friends and rompanions of benefit'of a stop-over ticket and March 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. and machinery that are likely to be -- ,
the recent past were going about the saving of $5.00 or more over even-the I Goodman, a daughter. used in our town during the next fiveor
streets in summer attire, unmindful of tourist or excursion tickets. Dr. T. .i. Rivers was the physician ten years. 4 \
the cold and frigid blasts that surrounded With kindest salutations to the read in attendance at the birth of each of The extra cost of running these machines V-
me. I felt I was indeed an ers of the VUlley' Gazette and all' the above hot h.... adoptmd a* the Official Emklmm of the he above children and that gentleman would not-exceed eight dollars :I

April fool with a big F. For six months dear friends at Kissimmee, I am, Board of Trade of K .immu, and that body rmaammtt our 6ua- I states; that he has. officiated at the day-fuel, oil, wages, etc. included or "
had lived where a mow flake ha-i coming into the world of eighteen about two hundred and tktioilars '
I Very.sincerely yours, in... mn to have it printdoti all of their ..'aliort.ry.Th. a
-never been seen by the oldest'cracker"and John L. Friable children here since January 1st, and month. ,
where only the genial warmth of Valley (; ;&.". ham dirfmrmiti). of thim'.",6a..J ia prepare that his services were required in two Reckoning upon the basis that our .
the beautiful sunshine was ever known, md to print it on stationery (in. ;n. color) wilto additional coal other cases*, but at that time ha was business men and hotels would install" .
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except on rare occasions when the MISS GENE above the umual pritmm chargmd.Proclamation. otherwise engaged. t two hundred fans at a cost for electric ': ;
<>arlv riser had discovered that a frost At that rateXthe contention of the current per fan of a dollar and fifty '
hI-; fallen during some Deepmber or I" Valley Gazette thaV Kissimmee wouldbe cents' a month, the "city would '
February night arid was still visible before \Will Represent Kissimmee in the the metropolis' 0 inland Florida in receive three hundred dollars a month ,',
the morning rays of the sun had w two years' time will vome true even from that source; that at least twenty , .
caused it to vanish. The contrast between State Spelling Contest." .- though not another person ould move gasoline engines now in"use in the city Ii' .. ,
this and that was most noticeable. The that has been hotly here from .the North or West, which would be dispensed with and electric '-.
, ..A. I Hy means of the large circulation- waged! contc-stj among-' lh r pupils of Osceola ,- they are now doing at the rateo from dynamos substituted at'a-eostoftendol- ( \

the) KinBimmee Valley Gazette, by High School for the past two' monthsfor : thirty to forty a week. ... lars a month for each dynamo, or two .': !
of subscription or the - - -- hundred nollars month-in all the
reason personal the right to represent KissImmeeIn per .
wise forethought and action of the the State spelling match to I lie held by t.he.ayor MAYORS1ANFORD city would receive five hundred dollars ja 1
county commissioners in which my A Tallahassee, came to a close on month, with an expenditure of only ,
name had been quite COn|)iec>unlv mentioned Wednesday, night and Miss Gene oiaindred and fifty dollars not taking -
people seem to have conceived has I into kccount the wonderful convenience -
many Thomas won the hard-fought battle, Whereas Nature endowed Kissimmeewith
the idea that I can give them r)'- andto her we must look for the name Notifies House Owners to Make -(would be to our citizens, and "
liable and valuable information regarding "'KisHimmee" to lead all the balance of advantages such as 'to attract universal at- I Sewer Connections. the encouragement i Would lend to the f
Kissimmee and the surrmmdmg small manufacturing enterprises. -
the state when the' final result is announced tention andWhereas
country and are writing me to "tell at our capitol city. ; I Section 10 of the Electric Light Now I tf these fere, facts, and we have 1 c
them all about -it. I really have not In the contest Wednesday night Kissimmee being natufally one of I!I' Waterworks and Sewerage' Ordinance, no reason to belhaye they are not,

'the time tn spare between times of here were over seventy pupils, some the-most beautiful cities ill Florida, as well as the paaaed'by the council on October 21st, there is absolutely nVreason to offer
shoveling coal into the furnace and of whom hud not misspelled a word 1910, prescribes compulsory sewerage why the electric light committee: tha .- ,
other duties, to answer each inquirer since the contest began but when they healthiest in.the United States; and connection within ninety days. from the city council should not at once purchase'
personally, and therefore by the'"privilege were arranged in a circle arrtWrs.Jimpsyn Whereas, It should be our aim to still further passage of the ordinance. this additional machinery -. ut into (
<< of .answering all in R "bunch"torhrough and Miss Leitner began call- "Every separate tiuflding which is effect an all-day current. It I.i >iot the
the columns of the Valley (JaZfUf in ,out the.words to be spelled( one by add to its beauty and attractiveness as well as used as a dwelling, place, of business or intention or desire of the Valleyspa- -\.
and in this I desire" to speak as one they began dropping out, until only keep the health of our citizens 'up to the present manufacture, or which is otherwise occupied zette to criticise the electric light coNs> "
truthfully as possible. two remained--Miss Gene Thomas and by one or more persons, and mittee or.the city'council, for we believe -
In my long life of nearly tKree-) Miss Ella May'Gilbert-and it requiredsome I high standard; therefore, ,* which fronts on a street wherein a that committee has in the past ,
quarters of a century it has been my time to' decide which of these I, H. C. Stanford, mayor ,of Kissimmee, do sewer has been constructed, or which done the best possible with the. facilities -
fortune to have' lived in both hemispheres young ladies would be the victor, but is nearer to such street than to any at its command, and we are satisfied -
and on both continents, and in inally Miss Gilbert misspelled theword hereby [ designate Monday, May 1st, 1911. as other, and every such building which is the. present'committee will exert t'
which I have had the experience of *-Magnificent," leaving to Miss "Clean Up Day," and.. request each and every within 200 feet 'of a sewered street, every effort to give the people of Kissimmee ,
living in their best and jrnost equable .homas .the honor of being the best shall within ninety days from the passage the best of service, but we do
climates, and I now desire to emphasizethe speller in all of the six hundred pupil _ _ one of the citizens of Kissimmee to onithatday of this ordinance be connectedto think that this matte>should be looked '
fact to my Jnquiriers that 1 have -in Osceola High School which decision clean their premises of all rubbish, trash and unsightly - the house' sewer' and every such' into fully andatonce, and if the fig-:,
never lived in >ao pleasant and! "altogether was justly rendered by the juages, "t. building- hereafter erected shall be ures quoted above are found to be .
lovely climate :> that which I Misses Ypwcll. Futch, Bryan and Gold- objects *.., I,' similarly ,connected before it is occu practicaly correct, that this' much ....
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.experienced in my six ,months( resiclen'caOctober ston. Done'at Kissimmee, Flrida, this 11th day'of 'I pied." needed necessity should be installed .
-- to March-In the beautiful Miss Thomas is the daughter of Mr. I ": : .. -' ,. : ,.- I Quite a number of property owners without the least' delay. a
: health-giving-city of Kisvmmee, 0 Of, and Mrs. A_ E.Thomaswho live at April. 1911. '. / ,. ', l"XW..' / have neglected to comply ,with this or- '
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.course in all climates there are expected the end of Main street in North Kis. "H.. C. STANFORD; Mayor. dinance, and tbe penalty for a failureto HIGH SCHOOLs
to be" now and then a "sour" sirhmee; and moved here with her parents make this connection Is a fine of not I ,
day but I can hardly recall a day that from I'ittsburg, Pa., a .little. over less than 5.00 nor'more than $100.00.)(I
was unpleasant at Kisaimmee during' .year ago. She is said to be one of or imprisonment for not less' than five I s> mencement\Vill '
,the past six months. I-very much enjoy the brightest scholars that has ever attended day. nor more than sixty days, and to, Take Place on

I Nature in all her aspects. of convulsion. Osceola High School, and ii every 24 hours continuance of neglectis the of May.
On the 17th of October we .noted among her classmates for her the New constituted a separate offense as 8th
had the tropical hurricane, a very un- many amiable traits and lovable char Where Should provided by section 40 of the ordinance.I After eight months of close attention P
: usual storm, which leveled telegraph acter. She has a right": to feel proudover wish to call public attention to this to theIr. studies, the six hundred ,
and telephone poles' with their wealthof her success, for to few young requirement.The pupils of the Occeola High School' will '
wire, uprooted many fine shade ladies does such a signal honor fall, Jail be BuiltIs time for all connections to be lay aside their bOOk. on May 8th, not
trees, etc. Myself and wife enjoyed and we feel that to her will be awarded -. "County made expired January 18th, and any to be 'taken: up again until the school ;
that atorm' and the calm that came the first prize of $100 at the State property holder who has failed to make opens for the fall term. ,i -
after it. From the 17th of October contest jiroper connection is now subject to The term ju.t closing has been one of
.. until 1 left the city there were no -- prosecution in the mayor's' court. .
. the most successful In the school's history '
, storms, and only one rainy dav for six the Question That Monopolized Much of the It I. my sworn duty to enforce the and the "children almost without

monthsto the time of my leaving: CITY COUNCIL / Time of the Meeting of the Board of;>> Trade- ordinances of this town and I herewith exception will be promoted to higher '
only a succession of bright, sunshiny / warn all property owners to comply I grades at the begirrlng 'of the next.
t days. aflts Committee Appointed to Recommend Site.The Promptly with the ordinance otherwise term. .'
before
The city of Kissimmee, aside from Transacts Important Business .. them brought. me for Osceola High School Is the pride of "
1 its'delightful climate which I believfia .. / trial. our people, and nothing is left undone '
. destined, to make it an important Meeting .Friday Night. citizens of Kissimmee seem to one, three or five commissioners) should H. C. Stanford, to make it the equal of any institution '
tourist resort tot people of the North- The new city council! although III have at last awakened to the fact that be,provided for. Ma Kissimmee City. of learning In the country; nothing but
ern States who desire to escape the office less than .a week, has/tiacted the Board of Trade is the proper bodyto This report brought a great amountof < most efficient teachers are employed, '
rigors of the cold, frozen latitudes, has some much needed and wholesome legislation handle all questions of a public nature talk, both of the hot and cold variety, and its pnncipal. .Prof. R. M. Evans -
many other advantages make.it among which the appropriationof as It is the only organization in with the final result that the whole MONSTER REVIVAL ranks wit.h.the foremost educators 'of: --
important and prosperous city. It is at $25 towards the payment of a write-, the city composed of men of*ll classes suttiect matter was referred back to the the South. The building Js thoroughly .
'i- the head of water transportation, the up of Kissimmee in an illustrated b"olc of business, and we may now expect cormpittee with Instructions to. bring ina complete in all its appointments and ' -
I county seat of Osceola (county with to be presented to the delegates! to the. I I that our city will! advance at a more < defThto! plan at the next meeting, Local Pastors Will Unite in Effort every study is included in its curri-
(I good county buildings. a splendid' pub Railway Conductors convention, which I rapid rate than it has ever done be- when the matter will be finally) disposed culum that is necessary to nt a boy or
kf lie school system with an enrollment meets in Jacksonville'next month; in- fore. In the past it has been the custom of.Under. to Better Mankind., girl for any position in .society or the ,
r of over six;hundred students of school eO ting the el.etrlc.light committeeto for every man who so destrea to the head, of new business, business, world except the higher arts
age, has nfw a population'of fully four contract for the covering of the appear before the County Commission- President Triplett called the Board's The Laymen's Union, an organization and sciences. Pupils graduated from ,
thousand, whereas only about three reservoir; the appointing a committeeto %rs or City Council and request those attention to the! fact that the county t of Christian and God-fearing men this school are not required to undergo ,
yars-ago it was only a flag station on select sites and erect fire hose stations bodies to take this or that action commissioners had decided" to build a In this city, in. constantly at work seeking examination to enter any of the great
f. tha railway, but ft now one of the moat which committee' selected the make this' or that improvement, or new jail and sheriff's residence, and at ways to better the condition of colleges, '4 thorough is their training -'
ATiportant: stations doing a vast busi- Franklin lot in'front of the Court house pursue this or that course on any question -, the fast'meeting of that body several mankind, and to this end its president A program of the commencement exercisei -
'I -'eaa, in both passenger and freight for the South Kissimmee reel, and the I of a public nature and usually sites had been offered every one of Mr. A. S. Nelson on yesterday morn- will appear in a later issue of
e ro branch roads running to the Mid opposite L. M. Marsh &; Co-'s grocery i every man had a different idea as to which had been opposed by different ing appeared before the regular monthly the Valley Gazette. -
& Inds and to St. Cloud, and still other store for' the North Kissimmeereel how or in. what manner anyone or citizens of Kissimmee; that unless' the meeting of the ministerial alliance,' '
railroads' being in project. The city ; and the introduction of several every question should be settled; with'I I Board:of Trade took some action in the In which each-of the local churches was
has a large number of prosperous t>usi- ordinances in regard to the use and .the result that neither the County matter and unitedly recommend to the represented, -and recommended. that LIST OF JURORS i
ness houses, and two splendid banking storage of combustible'materials; and Commissioners or City Council seldom' commissioners some one site that he the different denominations unite in
houses. The visitor is quite astonishes the installing\ of electrical wiring. The paid heed to suggestions or advice of- believed the new jail would be built In holding a monster revival, an early --
to see that all the buildings' in which council also confirmed Mr. George E. fered; but now that a new system has, the court house yard, a site to which date. That Will Serve at the Spring Termof
,, the important business are now conducted -- Fisher as policeman; - -- -------. Jjeen/Jairoduced, that of all public a large majority of our people objected, The recommendation of Mr. Nelson .
are new creations, arising 'from It is understood that the council la' questions being debated in Board of and closed by offering a motion that a met with 'the unanimous favor of the Circuit Court.
1. the fact that the city has had Its really now 'investigating the durability and: Trade meetings, which body will send committee of three be appointed to holda ministers, .nd th!y at once appointeda M':
material growth within the past three cost of different street paving material l. requests and recommendations up to friendly election under the auspices! of committee to make the necessary ar- )[. Porter J. J. Neylans. W. S. '
years. To the tourists aroipde accommodationa with a view of paving Broadway as the county and city governors by prop- the Board of Trade at which every rang ments, such as procuring a site Campbell, C. II. Bronson B. A. Sulli-
are offered and furnished*; soon as definite information is obtained.On erly constituted committees-there is white male person in the city would be on which the revival could be held, a vanT.; J. Woodall. G. B. Lawson. C.
the many substantial .and well-kept this point there is' a difference of no doubt but what the wishes of our I entitled to vote, and that each site suggested large tent lights and such other things S..Partin. H. M. Pfann J. J. Woodall
- hotels. here is found prices to suit the opinion among some of our citizens, a people will be granted; in all matters of i should be placed on the ballot as will be necessary to bring about the Floyd Yates, Charles Donegan W H. ,.
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financial condition of all-from the I few fftvoring the use of asphalt, while a public nature. the one receiving the highest numberof best results. Mann, J. J. Johnston, H. M. -
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stately Gravstone down to the modfest the 'majority seem to prefer vitrified After the regular routine business votes be recommended to the county The ministers of our several churchesare N. F. Bust E. P. Dann I. M. Lamb.
one and two dollar a day hotels. The I brick: both of which.materials will receive was disposed of at the regular meeting commissioners on which to build' the constantly forking to make Kissimmee W. F. Walker, J. H. Walker' W. J. '
;' citizenship of the city in every way is due consideration -by the council Monday' night, such as reading the jail. the superior of all other towns Barber, Rodney Snyder, W. T. Lamb,
t as good and perfect can be found in before either decided upon. minutes, presentation of communica-- The general trend of this motion morally whrch is the laymen's term T.; W. Swindler Randolph Young H. '
any city in the country. North or South : Our citizens are anxiously waitingthe tions and bills, reports of standing committees seemed to meet'with favor, but it was for Christianity and are a part of and J. Hancock. Seth Tyson, Arnold Bass,
.,The trend of the people is for the message of Mayor Stanford, as it (which included the naming by thought best not to hold an election, take an interest in the affairs of our A. S. Gilbert, M. E. Crowe, John -
'"nigher moral ideal,.the most of whom is expected to outline the improvements Chairman C. A. Carson of W. B. but that a committee be appointed to city to an extent seldom done by minis- Johnston, I. M. Lanier, R. G. Johnston -
are members of some one of the numerous necessary to be done tomake Kissim Makinson, W. B. Harris, C. W. Griffin ascertain the wishes of our people on ters of the gospel' ," and our citizens K. 1"-. Butler, J. M. Gardner, O. ,
vangelical churches-and" are mee a modern and up-tordate. city. It andtR A. Niemeyer as his associateson the subject, a/id report their findings to generally join with them in every effort W. Overstrect._
regular communicants:-nearly all is probable the messag will deal at the transportation committee) the the,next meeting which idea found on their part to uplift man. ,,
Christian organizations' have substantial Idngth with the subjects of street special committee to draft a.bill to be concrete form in the shape of a motion This meeting will be held as soon as Notice. : -
church buildings in which to wor- paving; and sanitation, both of which presented to the legislature providing a that was passed, and Messrs.' C. W. proper arrangements can be made, and '
,.hlp. There 10 quite a large per cent. questions Mayor,Stanford is thoroughly commission form of government for Dann F. H Lawson and S. H. Bullock the tjme and place announced) in the Notice is hereby given that the time -
of colored people among: the residents, capable of handling, as he has given Kissimmee, reported verbally through were appointed as such' committee.The columns of the valley Gazette of extension for closing the tax books
but these people have their own particular them both much thought.. Chairman C. A. Carson that the committee Board'of.Trade desires that every will expire on May late and all taxes
social status schools, churches' had not as yet prepared the d. citizen of Kissimmee express his opinion Mesdamea Wm. Krape and Blanche toot paid by that time will become 44linqutnt -
etc., and never in any way infringe or Only three more weeks until com tails of the measure, and requested the freely to this committee as to where in Howe of. Runnymede spent Tuesday in and costs will seers
spass on the right of' the white mencement.in the Osceola High SchooL Board to state what. form '(whether their, judgment the j jail Should.be built the, city, shopping and visiting friends I C. L. Bandy, Tax Collector. "

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I The 'C thisoaddress ndhe I ? -
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SURPRISE beautiful'lurroundinRI of.tbe court

i ., r I 'Call ,and sec.my line; y County'Cornmissioiier, Into house'stating a very beautiful that It park could.. and be made that p S ,S G R A V E S. '

., *. DRY GOODS 1 ii,. 1 > GINGHAMS. ........ ... his advice would, be that they place the '
SPRING( jail site
1 il't1 ,. KlHghrirflec\ ,,. Ha,;"April 3,. 1911. they town either,. Clr in'On the the bUllnoss cent.er ot CARRIES A .OMPL'ET'L, STOCK .OF

'. : ' I . WHITE GOODSEMB&6IDERIES The Board of 'County 'Commissioners 'from the rcs1dentlal outskirts away
'.. STQRE! *s met In regular ilhsion.ol\ the above |'VIVII/V1. He also
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Ir + date, then- liejntf present E. L Lealev, fiSSJ raffligxJSi! H AR'DtAAREP \
't chuirmiiii; R: L. JJi Ovc-rstreet, WoO S. [ !! : ,
)MRS. E. L PEARCE LACES, ETC. l'.. r'c, A }o'. JJHHB uml .O: U.1 Bask, and at the beat a"jail to leave their homes; ., .
\V. Crawford. a moral .PAINTS AND STOVESAND
OIUS FENCE
oonmiisKioners .ll..
W1R.E
n .,. I : reprofientirK 8lh<>ueHe conclude ,
.
.. : : ,... 'Vans AKncw & Crawford attorneys marks by his re- .
urging the
board
Ben nl1 Building [ / for the I board, and Arthur E. the bfrat interests l of the .to consider! .StfLLS T if E MAT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES

I .' rli 1)onegrtlllark./ ; '. wag a public> bodv..cho en to "pVtsent:. r

.. Tht- minutes) '0? l last. meeting were the')'J >opJe. and that' they should ) BROADWAY FLORIDA II
rcpre- KISSIMMEE
,
Bent them
read and
approvi'd. truly and ii
to their
best
|In: .
.. / 'Jhtfollowing bills were examined, tefieaU i t tf
,- approval) and! warrants ordered drawn. anil?',,, W, J. Sears; T. M" Murphy. I

For thai LINtiEItiNG COIMJH( InkoNYAL'S km-.. I II' iKht I l'IHh'. ItKliU '1x112 ino. t IUII iX.Iriliil'NtMi C. Stanford were also present I
1 lolk( exi! : :arid made )I
.
strong protest
I fronds ,, I'inr.li against the I
'ruuex( pruning.dt| 0-50
'
I 11,1"' t. xini, .. rasa /* toI placing <>' the Jail in the court house I
;
I WINTER COUGH SYRUP I L Ilium. rule MS til u,1. Xl4'I !' C5 ,' grounds, Calling attention to the number -I Keeping It Up* a
\rihui'. fl)'"'n<'K. , are living/ in the
\ HII- v,,iiiy v A < rntfi'rtt 1 xnl steer 1'0 Kl :
,, vicinity Qf the court house, who No man can keep up with the avilo-
i V I I.rkji <>nliii> urge 2:j MlU were
I ) 1,1.r 1 T. J'II" .iitiHUirI "> Compound.
Contains no3Iorphiii(5( or Opium I E I I. I i.'I\i rum. and the
placing of the
.I ,,, jail on the court. )little
hi I U I h.-II.\ i tiS a.l I mil house looked over every whrje by !
Believes soreness ami Irritation A K Iln..". 'H"'O" 6 "I grounds\ woulu be a great. injury'to ';
macbmesl who knownthe ,
them. an expert
After. ;
n It HHSNIIII.) 1 1.1 Ml hearing the .
l II ciiN InilnnuMl l 'i'issoes.I W ,H I I'i 1" hllllllKlHV . Jll.'(lJ of these gentlemen,' Attorney. arguments W. B, i structure and mechanism of I I',
,
1 1. Ilv.phuue I "irlll 'al! --
Crawford.
I 25 nhll 50cKISSIMMEE fooilzl's. C h I Pr' "nt' 'rare jiilltiliurk' 12 :ill being present, he advised the I'' the standard car from A to z'.
i ',\ 1''''.niKMil TIM |Mihi. ",.'1' Ml,'IKI board tbat it would be necessary. for '1
,
: h1"i- \ Hi (inrintli.| ." I,.7 t,1I them to give legal notice of Service
at least Expert
-Ixnpm I 1'1.11".1'.1> ' (> t t''
DRUG CO. I ) .li (4) thirty days, through !
the
M"inf 1 K." Pub C<>, ,pnt..dv, 1 Oil' newspapers, wl&txS?
teat it -' \ Why not consult us repa.irjobs
: was their on your
\I I I I'H\I ld.Io. bldg.tde na l IUf IU4- kit intention to take this I (

l I H \
OH. ti\n\ J"u"ol.: I" "11111 K 2r4 ; action was left over general oversight work-0 iVfi_have
U I.,. wh, lJ."rd".r.. ."I'u. rupplie" -' 511; until Air.. the June meeting of the board. I a reputation to keep up; and we :'
Nasorr
rv.d' 1'111'1'11" ]to (0' secretary of the South.

I J?I.' n UUlln 1.1'I'rrh, Llxrkvnilhma. r..11 II urk x 4 ill:auJ. ) ern. Colonization Co., being in town and .... .... 1 guarantee lo please you ,
I' 4 r"or', r"H,1, x.rk 'III In' at the court house for. the purpose of " .

EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES: 'W. W II M1:,.111"0 I "Oil, "I'H.I"H"x I"u".II rut, pp. t".d 1.J J...17.7I ern paying! Colonization taxes on the lands of the South 1-i.t-t-i1. : (_; E1I"-l-f e '
Co
.
J.1 .I.xui.. !blxrk.mlIina, 1 17.dtv appeared before.
wSUCCESS THE SAME WAY ' I .. \ I l.r'' nun ,.t ; : .1. the board and called its attention to the MILLER BU II.1)1NC, BRQAJWAY
.r 1' .r lit 110''''.' II I rcpxlnui1' ,Urdg''' 9. (III' fait that the lower. portion of the I '
I. BY SAVING MONEY --- -r- 1-0; 111111. n'pnlrn.t'' ,. h.t" 011 county was just now being
--- A I I. ,",,,1 l feed 1..70". developed;
r t I.I I .I' Ii- "e\ 11.1'h"8" ,. 2'tOtnrrc and Jhat hr. hoped in the equalization I
f !><> you want to be miorc-ssful' :Start .saving( now. Jut your.. money in I ', I'1, rUN;' sort. UbAIhllpnr of taxes, they would take this fact into .: I
.1 I '+t.un. .l"u nap Wlq 1 dash( "r huu/el, consideration and
\ li II.? u.x, 11 HI) ; await such time axsomething '
log inll" 'le
-: BANK OF KISSIMMEE I Ito.1 I rif ..,- I I.. .io,." ... u. would be produced before. IST. .I1BASS
CITIZENS I I Sun, Ifni, I I. ..1\\\III'. ii ,111".1.! ;., I.., raising the rate.Mr. __0I
fnxd' ::' .
"" nur Ml; iii.hn J. E.: Sharpe
,' 1t' '"r.."I" \\1 pI1d ,""r farm uMr.. .1'8111' ',J Io hunter. presenting? the
II M.I.un' 1\, Ieyr._ i oIMp s u. Land Co.* made. Home remarks.
y. We have more. avIflKH Accounts! than any other. Ka.uk *inOsceolu I I I ,n tin I. ,r.,1 I"II I.'01''" along' the same line. I "
!S; 1 County. 1Inlll, mg h..,. ,,",'... 1":11: I..' 'The board assured these gentlemen I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER \ -
I' unni' ) ll "u.lh : Ii that in
A Savings Bank loaned HIKE If you ha\en't prcKured. mount-amh.. and free II n.ri I equalizing the taxes I
.
I I \ );"., t lanx. .ga:uunuin: ,ru IN. .. :: xI ways took those things into l'onsiJ..a-. I ....
out, do HO at once .
.
n' I 111- 1'" oil ''-1,1" ".tirl' :u I.. I tion; and they thought Does General
no tax
"I'sikr' hem-, should payer Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti-
III Mir' 1111 1* 'Iii,. 'n 1 :11 be aggrieved. at any action tak-' mates on'Structures of
i
"j l..hler : :. i an size or Dimensions, whether
ARTHUR E. DONKGAK PrenMent W II NORTON I wuI' t4.r I :x Inn'I I .1/.11 / en in the |past i ; that they would equalize !
1 I I Rulnu, 'nn. "It"I, InNn .I I the tuxes so that th..re'oulol be no it be a Two-Room CottagevOr- Tourist Hotel ..
l I I RuLIi' "."H. 1\ It 111' : '1" ,
--
.
.. unnecessary burden
placed
1\ I Iulunn tt our- I ''II upon any I
. .. .. .Makes a Specialty of
wail 1I. <{ .n. ''''' r'1 OJ'I boring ARTESIAN'WELLSin _
I Inlnll. IIb, .I.l1. ':"I J r. ]| I
+ Leversedge! which he has
met with the
rnprihenting
\nll, ..,u, "Purl. r q ll 11"- Mi the greatest success
hl-' ('.. n.8". I.., -I... riff 11.\ I'ltully. the Jail Kuilding Company, advised : of any man in Florida ..
i !l'a,1 I warrants were ordered! cancelled cut of the board tint heuul..\ Bend a i' ---
r W. H. ARNOLD proposed jail and also some
from the funds the
varIOus in followingamounts Give him
extra I
(plans and estimates [ your work and it / .
: The clerk filed IIIH report of hunting I will be well and quickly done..lSS1Ill111ee, FI i. "
. Contactor;: and Builder General; ) revenue $ l.'fi'J:! (<>2 licenses showing the amount of 'one '
I Nnu'.and forfeiture lr)7 (tai'
hundred and sine' dollars.
nty collected] i *
1' ,. Itoail . . ..JI2.1 during' the past season and
; a warrant'was
PLANE. .NO ETI".T." ._ FU..NI..IID" : WON ;, jl The t iisuri-r-r (filed l his "report' showing{ ordered. drawn. in favor of the :: _
N-- "'"
I APPLIc I A TIC> :\ I the following bulaims. in theuriuuu shenir for that. amount.
fiiniNJtntral I The chairman of the hoard '
:
fs ; struct. to look was in." 1 *+++++++++++++r+++++++++<-++++++++++<++++++++
I guarantee my work, when completed, to be ( r'v..rnw $ !yfI.L3}< .!:J 1 M> into the matter. of connecting ++++ ++++
I hint and furfrituu *.V! the. court house with the city
.
contracted for. .
just as School :.idiJW! 1 15 water works THE

P. O Boa 697 I IRc.id.nc<, Upper Broad.T. I. (toad 2< 7H K4 The clerk reported. the financial con ; $ CASH STOREFirst

Special iI5'20:! I dition of the county to the board, and f
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA +
Convfct lease 215 60 after. hearing same, the following resolution : + 1There 1-
!, S S.0,. 1>10. 2 ]101 30 was passed"Whereas l : .. T Door North of Postoffice
S: S. U No. :3 i Lil3 W ', owing to the large development -

i -----' = S. S. L). No.4." 84 75 I of the county within the 1 i aa

- past two }cars, the money assessed in you will find SHOES HATS .

.eoei..................ee $13638: ; 67 the. road fund\ has not been BUlln\ lent to II ++ J
The tax collector's .report| allowed, the keep up the old roads, and open all thenecessary DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS nil of best 'i
.. following; balances to be collected : J j new .roads; and + ,
.. EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH Whereas mpst of the work that is 1
: Revenue $ 7471 6.7: A_
quality and lowest
ActlStandaril! Oil Co .._ ., Is ._ School j 10523 31 actually necessary. has now been done, 1) + prices.
Road . l' G5 98 which.has used up all the .road funds, A
MACH: ZBIROSjLLlvery : Special 2SH8: 66'S. and no more road money will be avail. i Call Before t

S. D. No.2. . -132 36 able until" the tax roll of 1911 is collected Buying Elsewhere > ; .

: Stabe S.: S. D. No.3. . . ... :. . 381 19 J" ; :t

.Z Feed and Sale :. S. S. D. No. 4. . . . . ._. . : .638 65 the"Therefore superintendent, \be of it roads Resolved be instructed That +l i +++++}+ WFi+++++++++t++++++ F++++*$++++4+444+++4+4+

' : Agt. International Harvesting i Co. .e Tax Col1ector"s1icense report showed to keep up the necessary repairs on '_
,.
,; ) the amount of 914.CO) collected. for the. the present roads with the present
-
county. ,/ 'f : road force,. and to take on no. new _
,It :. A'r7r: : :EtN'CS: : : IH: AVX :I3A'CTYr: : : :SfGF.:: :.. Tax Collector's poll tax report. showed work. other than that they. can complete '

f the amount of $42,00 collacted with the present force. ; and not
Everything new and first class. We render prompt and Bond of Ii. F. Kails, an justice of the to expend. over a thousand dollats per I The RDLL BASS MARKET

satisfactory service day or night. e peace for. district No. 8, with J. W. month for. the next six months; all' t.
: Squires, F. F. 11. Pope and Geo. W. .road work. to be done under. his personal J

i ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT $ Penn as sureties. was 'examined and I supervision. Bearden Building One from :
approved> The clerk. reported. that the other ; Depot

;j 1 : Kissimmee,. Fla. Phone 113 JOse'eol.a Chairman E. L.. Lesley reported that funds over which,the County c.ommis-j I
'' he had paid out $25'IK) for. the transportation . stoners. had jurisdiction. Fresh Florida o'f). all kinds. 'f I J

3 'i l lp ........................ .. ple in of Went the Hill Florida family; they to their being. pace in year good were shape. collected as soon ;aa and the that taxes had for it not the I I I and Western MEATS .:1.JI. g

been for the contributed.
very needy circumstances; as the hose money to the
+ ----- ---- ---- .-#. building of the new school house, I
band and father was crippled, and thus POULTRY EGGS. FRESH \ t
FISH .
unable to help his family. which, unfortunately was made nnces- | ,
saYy by tha destruction of the old one ,
Mr F. W. Stalker, proprietor( and
Nf K ll'J. I owner. of, the OsceolaJournal. appearedbefore by fire; and the failure of the 1909legslature . ''I Special rtllenlwn Phone Orders and tree ims-; ""

the board anti stated that if the i to provide for a fins and fore Vein-cry to any pail oj Vti Crh', Tionc i89 .
\ LumberCompany board wished to continue Uiir, sub- [continued on "gage 8] I_ ; t
scriptions for the newspapers. he I
+ would like to have the number of subscriptions 1'' J JI

to his paper. increased; as he
thought the proportion. now given him
-- f'
was not a fair division.
M.. S. J. Tnplett. associate editor of "
r \I the Kissimmee Valley Gazette also .. .

.a rr .-+M-DEALERS IN- - was present. and stated to the board I ,.
1 that he wished they would renew their ,

and Dressed subscriptions. to the Valley Gazette;; t
Jft Rough Lumber that it was an unquestionable fact that
I the Valley Gazette had brought a great.
t many families to Kissimmee and Osce- (I/ :
r WINDOWS DOORS ola county; and _that it was unneces- : k
-, lary. for. him to enumerate the good
BRICK this method of advertising. had been
x SHINGLES, LATH LIME doing. Among those who made addressee 't

,, to the board( on 1 this subject (
were: Messrs J. E. Mattocks, II M., I
i- ; N'OVELTV VVORKSGENERAL Breaker and II, C. :Stanford: each telling '1
of the great good that this methodof 4 ::1 ,
,4 advertising. doing for the CounI I

a=' BUILDING MATERIAL ty and .reciting numerous inst.anceswhe..e

people( had been brought to Kis-
simmee.. ;

\ I,t -I.,. Free Delivry to AIT Parts of City .:1f .- ': After. hearing. the discussions, theboard l'.

". upon motion duly seconded, extended I'I'J'
f their subscriptions to .these papers -' ,
for
(M six months. t
Mr. E. L. Lesley. chairman. of the
committee appointed! to select the jail .1 f

l site, ported. to the commissioners. that } I

.................................... there had been
:: .............. .............. as t ftthe. site the committee so many objections had under'onsiderution Poor plumbing is mighty dear al any price.) In '

l' i WHAT IT MEANS the committe'e thought ,
fact It would prove dear If Bono for nothing i :
jest to .refer. the matter back to the some f
: Many people do not know what a Bank i ('anltal ii for. or the difference., beI I
'Y' I S tween a bank of little or no capital and one with a large "."Ual. County number, Commissioners of the people for had action expressed; as B'' times. What'H the answer ? Let us do it, gild, do it ; i

A IIAMC'B .
CAPITAL AND) SURPLUS i

k.. +$$75't j la tremter the fund protection that proteotath the dfpoallon* dcponltora hate from Thin Inai bank, therefore ban a the lamer U li the -come themselves before. as the being board desirous as a whole.that it as it should be. done, and then it will STAY done 11' 0- ", .

( ; I CapUalof .. ".1. .. ., .. .. . . . .. _(.VIOOOOO a lion. J. M. Cheeney United States /
t. l' ... ... district behalfof t '
; Hnrplna 1 rand of . 22.:KIO ou i attorney, was present in I
1 j+J! jo r 1 Stockholder-liability,"' nouuovo/ i some of the ladies of the city. lie / 1

.. .. ipologiied to the board for his -
o' A total of .. '" .. .. J2.&OO 1 00Tklaraeanathat presence
mtut lone before them, stating that the
ai cent. nil protection we la lor \"".i115,1g41gberoc.our. depositor oonld loa. a question was not a legal one; but he OSCEOLA HARDWARE .
wad president. of the Board of Trade aV CO. '

h; f STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE = Orlando, and owing to the' aggitatiorl I
t = -ore J over the present jail site at that place, S. L. LUPFER Manager t'I '
it being the desire of the of Orlando .
KI_ J to move it from its present posi-
t O. A.. CARSON'f JOBS M LKB. N. B. CARSON :i tau in the heart of the city and residential i
aT ti'I PrealdentMa Vlce-Pr..rdent" <;aahler :: district, to som more secluded

r >m.at.*..mJ .... ....................,.........NNNNa\aaaNaNa4NNi' pot, theoe-4adca| had asked that ha I I II IY iI
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; Just received .20 dozen of rs 'Tree .. t .

: Shoes; .
Walton's Girls
s ,Boys J .. '

I This line is all solid leather, 'including Calf and Kid?/ I 8 :, C. E.; Horticultural Expert] Lclies : .. i,

vacation shoes. ,', !also Pat Colt, pun Metal and Tan *, to" e,1 .. ,
: Vlci Kid in! all sizes from 5 to 21}, Prices from 1.00 : regularly without; "lirjJry th .. I 4. .
Ito $1.7'5; ; Say of to he-leave Tnake three at each cuttings or t. '. atch our show window for brand new patterns. 'rF

We have'a full line -of Eas er Specialties, both In I .a matter of .fact, in a utting"1 .. all dae of umtner fabric of all kinds. f

Ladies' and. Men's Boots andSPECIAL f.ordC"I./ I. : .... l ,> 7.O6pereent tree->th 'mass of the of its . that Way you can keep in touch'with the latest' + or ;
'
tree. 'The 'proper method, 's tvle* and pattern .
fto. 6 without destruction to the Qur 5 10 ISc' lawns and
; to Tcgularly harvest ita leaves and are very popular
The special for this week is for ChiK! en- .
A very fine Pat. Kid Blu., sizes I 8, special $1.25 | excessively large camphor .i-U.lJ!J new and freak. . .

__'Regula{. P. '. _' ''.'_. ._ .....:-........ ,. .. 1.75 -. I ; destruction unnecessary of) ature trees co dm and inspect them. .

f No trouble to'show goods. We assure- Vou'+ up.Ui-date- service.L. ; Texas a 4d Florida have -' -4l -- :
their attention to this valu

.' M. WHIDDE\N\ . 'CO. .of There the camphor are two tree.recog One t: : .

.ve of Borneo, and produces the _' D A N N .
grade of camphor used princip I ,
. medicinal purposes; the orher
.
--- \ in Japan and Sumatra, though i
t t } to the first named country. This
I tree .that furnishes the bulk of THE\ TORE jOF QUALITY"

STANFORD -COMP I / (as r camphoraoflicinarum.of'general commerce.,"The and
H I. C. 'NY
I I !! camphor tree resembles the -
very much, being a handsome
tree, bewaring black or
-
V Carrie* as Complete a Lino of berries and'it is this tree which HAiR
i to establish the United DON'T TEAR YOUR 'i '

DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, the present time Japan has a rather tear out that job of plumbing or
monopoly, and should such a -. _ gaa fitting which has been causing you
'. -FURNISHINGS- ( happen as a war witl -hat nation J so much trouble and anxiety. Any kind
J non-camphor producing one it I t of poor work is objectionable but poor
/ I be confronted by a .serious plumbing cuaea the moat destruction.
SHOES and CLOTHING i I A defective water pipe may damage the
) \ .. experiments have been V wall paper, the plastering, the painting .
\ } by department of agriculture ( and the wood work, to say nothing r'the
ai can f>o toned In Inland Florida l the industry to be a highly L carpet*and furniture.
and Mcll** thorn m : one. Seeds Boon germinate Let U* Do Your Plumbing;
.I, trees put on remarkable and wil -b ver-aft rwards. -
'f j jHOUSE "you- *,happy- ;:
AS CHEAP AS ANY Bu1It results are obtained by
the surd| under shelter where
'- { HE PIONEER PLUMBING SHOP
AMERICA- '- i iI i .. plants ,have protection until
.
I well enough advanced in -size ,, OP.PICE PHONE 214.ro
::. I M I IW -. This also makes a dw A Kltilmncc, fit.

.- : J /unusual' plant.ml'lhod of harvesting the .. -- -
I ill recomVnended the ;
by
H. C. STANFORD COMPANY : crop expertsof the federal COAST LINE'Surist .
ATLA TG rf'I
: l i I / "Jt is held by them that ,
I. < niitiual pryfit, of $:\\00 to $450! ,\
.. Kissimmee, Florida I i. I maY' eNj>btaim from a cam- .
I I ....
I I I in \yiulf coast territory Trains
,! tJllI( the/ cL/mphor/ plrnts with a .... .... .... .., '
,
I /{ macho when. they reach a \ \ .
: I of lwe/H ini'hes from the \
.1 I ( jt'l..a! l of w'Jltinuntil/ time ---TO THE E T '.i rTHE WEST--

KELLEY'S KELLEY'S KELLEY'S are,of ull !grown size and then "Dixie I'1 '(9" .' tnille' t I.J..lmltcd" ;
... th -ny It has been cleinoimtra- ( \. .
8Ul'I'It",1, u larger; p.rcc-nt- "ti/111flOll; LJinllVd" '. "}'I.n'& st!<< India L't'd."

w ONE POST CARD FREE I ; ;ca/nphwr*and leaves can of be the obtained plant l from then:' "Montgomery lloiitu" "NWY.ork & 'Ia- Special" f.c

t harvesting is. not done until they '
cuw with every pound of candy : the size. of a tree. The stubble !' "South Atlantic IJiu. ItNl" "Coast lain }Florida il'"*
the cutting of the plants soon 11 +
1 new and in twelve SL
> / up Hprouls
.
: One, letter\ of the. word. "KELLEon: : every {.it is again; ready for another ELECTRIC LIGHTED SLEEPING CARS

'ant) When you get the word "K ELLEY'S" : I not recommend this method ,

made upi' by presuming them to the City Fruit is not. necessary to wait, till the . DINING CARS .p
.. .
J :Store; you will recei\e 1 one' pound! of Ked Band The cutting can begin
years from netting out the
;; Brand! Candy FKKK: A neltyiirlonevet( ) card. and average three cuttings H
For Rates and Schedules' call on or write to
ITJ . 'f"j I . ..
/ I .. . the 'first one .realize the '
r'J K. M. NORTH, J. (G. KIRKLAND
of the camphor tree was Mr. '
j _3tu Niemeyer & Wiley <;'i. Hubbard, at the time, of A. G. P. A., Savannah, Ga. I). P. A,,, Tampa: Fla. i iT.
'nt City, Florida. 1 had several
I wtth him at the time which, C. "WHITE, W. J. CRAIG >!
SAtI"tUI stAama S,AaTI IMiixtiiri the early eighties. He in a G. P. A.. Wilmington, N. C. i'. T. M., Wilmington, N. C. 'd'dIbtSIIOtY
II way distilled from the leaves, .
'. ( will here iruotc a letter from T'
1>. C.. at the time: 1
I hI' tiCiOrtY.vCldi3C/3tY eiGt/GtIOtYdt% tYDOOt
i I Henry Hubbard has submit .
'samples of camphor mode here r c; A'CARSOti. J. A. CRA.NFORD., 8. L. LtTPP' R. .
: ( City), from the leaves of P..Id'nt.! Vlce-Prwldent.: 8erUry ;
trees growing- this vicinity I -
: \ Thousand.Acres government chemist of the Na- \
i capitol, and bis report shows i
: :
Hubbard considerably' under KISSIMIHEE LUMBER CO.
; the amount of camphor !gum 1- ,
got out of our Florida camphor)
:OF= Messrs. Hubbard and William.
.. 1.42: per cent of refined cam
PRAIRIE ) the leaves, or one pound of .t Rough and Dressed .. -
: I; MUCK, 'HAMMOCK, and TIMBER to 77 pounds of leaves. I .
,r Hubbard! says this 'shows very Jk
{J trice as much\: camphor the
Including-the Famous Southport .
1 ) . of Florida tr..esashas been ob- l'I PINE LUMBER 4 4I
in S
i India by the British govern
1\ ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT of Madras and is but little less I
r amount of camphor obtained .-
\ from the wood of trees 100
4
old. Mr. Hubbard thinks that

. ';;j4 FOR SALE ) trees in show Floriitw very are clearly richer that in t'H USE BILLS A SPECIALTY .

- gum than trees in any I",
i part of the world. The price of : .
Together with entire stock of Cattle ahd Horses of the camphor is now quoted at $1.10

sons Cattle Co. Although the live fcte ck can be purchased pound, and the camphor oil was '
.
last month about $10 (00)() per "
separate from the lands anlkhouses. ; I It is evident from these state ..
r that there is much money in ) >l
For Information I Gall on : trees, and would it not be '
Kissimmee
: I. or Address JNO M .LEE, for to Florida devote'some farmers of theirvacant and fruit y. \

,, the cultivation of {.hese trees :t
"
t' the investigations and experi\:.
conducted in Florida, camphor .
: finest quality has been produced ;
: GLENN REAGiN the leaves and twigs of young O \ 1i.
4I: one pound of gum, being obtained / l
77 pounds of leaves and twigs, i ;+
: ( from the larger wood from 20 to ',
,. ADVERTISERS ) of chips are required for one I' <
of crude ,
gum. ol ,
\ 'ft fivu years of age each and every 'J
;\ furnish at least 250 pounds of : a lq)
,. We prepare and mace copy .
{ material and at a
. We compile booklets .
it will 3
NEARS estimate produce
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We aell CAL" Signs. Bulletins
of and 2 to 4 'i" '
per cent camphor j
i
'; Boards .and Advertising Novelties in Leather,
of camphor oil per tree per i.
Celluloid and Alluminum.
J' ((350 trees to the acre),_ When ,1 i.'j
.1\\ l trees have reached ten years of '
.
1\
I I /: their productive powers increase
double the above estimate. <}
: WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS.LONG | calculation is based on conser. J .
;' "estimates demonstrated! in uc- I
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purpose.
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; but computation to shpw what
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: j Kissimmee; greatest cross' the negro 'has had to MUSICAL FESTIVAL ] Charged. a V V ; .

p.e.. Valley Gazette:, bear was laid upon his aboutden by the J remainder of proportionate the term, rat_ for the
'
i I.. i.. ..'ilV '"".- =. white people bf the North giving him .. \1 Board' :will b. secured in the V .. -, *,."
very
V 1
: V tf. B. HARRIS, Editor and Prop'r; social equality .. j .t families In the city tor from $12
To our mind and we believe we are At Jacksonville AVilT Be One of the to $20 'V -
!9. J. TrtlPLKTTi Associate Editor, Per m1 >tnThe lower price
honestly unbiased God never
.,.. Almighty where. two or. more the
-- occupy
same
? Events.
: r Stateytireatest
.4" -K': Intended the'negro to be the equal of room ,- '.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. the white man, inteJUctually or socially. With a' magnificent", ehorus'of 200 V The faculty is composed Of four High

Office in yaUey Gazette Building or He .would have so moulded Nature trained voice's'' the famous N.w York School' principals, and thorough gradu- ROYAL

I tIL.., a.ssuulEIr.! !; QBCEOLA COUNTY. FLA.. that the two races could be merged'onefinto SymphonyOrchestra.: :... conducted by ates! each of whom hold a State. ,Jife
.' ---.. the other, which every student Walter Damrosch.' : and renowned Certificate.. '
vocal /
", knows la unpossible.; for the eighth N; SheaU'. V
'
Vfc. artiste lrW/
: \. SUBSCRIPTION RATES': participating, JacksonvlllesV; principal. Lakeland
.. OMfeopr.oM yet' , . ,1100' negro can not "prtxlilce an offspring"mul third-annual Spring Music i Festival Will School, Lakeland, }"1a..' .
OB oopy. ilx wnonlfm.! . ,, .1'I' 60 that class" commonly called # be'held Thursday anil Friday April 20, IT-T.vJ. .?? fc. ,._ negroes. That the ']('11.1'0'o'lIs, never.I "' h ?cho'. fort V '
-' and 21st, in the. j>RtiOUS. auditorium of ? Meade Kla. / >" '
I
intended to be the equal: of Ufa" white W. ? .
f L. Ou8t rhowdt "Tort .4 BAKING POWDERV .1
.. H Shrin'ers principal
which
All communication; *, r | from our author. evidenced the new Temple seats V
l Is
'--. ls.d eomapatxlBnU.must .br i ....,.... unl" by the ab ence of th: bump of veneration K.
I R iled wllreot| b. ralurncd J : for musical M. Evans Osceola .
ranged Previous principal,
,, II.J --- V ,' and fur- purposes V ,
and I -
for. R
honesty on hj&skull, School V .
... .____V _____V-_- V V ,records of ettendance will undoubtedly County High Klasimmee Fla. Puro
7 ; 7Tfpr-t.vider.cV. of his inferiority is the -1 hese tpachera have Absolutely 'J
Bntvrad .t-th.r..m..ln K lulmmcn. Fla.a> has ] be broken, as many music-lovers ; long/ been con-
fact that 'education f _
t> thtu'gca -from 'Florida and, South neeted with the upbuilding of the
--'aaa mall maltooor.t : Georgia citi..s'ha'o edu-
V V only inert-awn,! the hiscrime aswell
t = V V grade.of signified tliwir.. Jnt.ention of attend- c tipnal affairs of the state and each of

fo.t':: Friday,. April 14/1911 i I After ns his two desire hundred to commit year association it. ing.railroads Special on these rates dates will b./which given are by the Uie :I profession them fl8 a man to which of ripe he experience has devoted the his V Makes Home Baking Easy '.t. .!J

-- with the while slaves and for .
.man (cia' life. .
l I those of the i
same as annual'meeting of V
lover
I 1 fifty years us freemen Uie negroes( -- '
| The' VaUey Gazelle Roasted for Crit still. Detains the Ira t of idleness' thrift- the Southern Educational Association VV '
r : which is to be held in Jacksonville. .
1 lessnetis und a luck of honor that theirancestrs RESOLUTIONS) \ SAVES 1
I i icising Booker Washington bore in. the jungles of- Africa. The Festival will consist of four concocts \ V
". tWQ in the afternoons and two in !-<
wlwn Christ trod the enrth.Then '
1 Three weeks ago the Valley 'Gazettecontained the evening/hi/ Season tickets, for these ,
wa a time, and that was during On- the Death V.
of
editorial a former Public
the -
following
V .1 paragraph the days of slavery whenthe, I bestin con/efts cost only $5.00. The charge FLOUR.V.
: V for the single evening concerts is $2 11
'
.I the race was brought out, Asa Official.
negro
the white -
"f Tht. manner in which and $1.50 for the afternoon concerts. .
slave he his. natural state norl''IKII1Hlhlhty
V people in the north have treated Hooker was, no in cares for the future Visitors will be given a cordial welcome Whereas, It has .seemed' good 1 to'the ;
,,V" Washington han so emboldened Hint hy-J Jacksonville musical colony Ruler of the Universe
upon) his mind and-the ,certain k ifW. to remove, from V
negro that his kinky head evolved the and 'ill- who are interested- in the musical among us our beloved friend BUTTER '
ledge that he would J be punched by his and former ;
1(; I' idea that he waa !permitted a free lance master for crimecOmTnlttet.' In development of Florida are .urgedto mayor, J. W. Aderhold and. V I
V every
V l to t>speak insultingly respectable! white those days there was little thievery attend. The'' Festival movement Whereas. The pleasant relations ;

women but since the doctors, wereforced wall organized three years ago for the which for twenty held
few murders and absolutely nounmeolionablc years !! e with; -
to take sixteen stitches' to patch sole
their purpose of .attracting the world'sJlrl'at..t former members of the Board of EGGS V
crimes on part againstour
,
up bis scalp as the reaultofaliualiriit'alndiKnation. ] wives arid daughters.. Today after artists to the state, and success CoUncilmen, make it eminently (fitting
it is possible he will awaketo V V V
is uchieved. that
being we should place
'of and on record'ourfeelinls
sixty years freedom, our jails -
the fact that there is one white man

I in New York who will not permit of of our(penitentiaries. women never are -tilled go into with their i hem midst and UST OF regret of for appreciation his ]loss therefore of his services and And mak s the cake lighter, fInqj?. flavored :

the association or familiarity a negro CASS
V V V /1' even if Koosevelt did' invite thatnewro after nightfall unprotected by n white men Resolved will ever That hold this in Board grateful Council- mor sightly and insures ,its ,> :.
/ reniembranco '
to dinner at the White House, man.We the
V freedom from alum.
sterling business
in Tol..lo.OhIO. qualities
with the
agree/: lady V
and Taft appoint| a dingy by the nameof Before the Court'at 'I the patience, integrity and .
County the clear.sight-
Lewis to the position, of assistant attorney that limes have changed in tbe .
for
LV I V of the United Suites. pa1| 'fifty )'I'ars.lnli the change for the edijcss displayed many years by our
.. __ general worst'. in the has been brought Term Just Closed. late mayor J. W. Aderhold in his work
I ". u -- Which brought forthhe--.wr k- 'f about; ; fiy;: justauch negro; driveling"senTirnerlTH *" --- for- this city. V %vaf Cook Boolt-300-Rtctipts-Free.-,...Send Name and Adjreu.KOVAL # .
--
f' V two women in th<* following language: is: expressed) in both the above letters.It "JoKnJ 3hiibtrontitmpdWin. ; : Rcsb1ved, That We hereby extend our

j, Toledo, Ohio, March 27. ]litll.! is. just. such women Bs the one who continued.. Lewis, assault, and,. V battery; deepest sympathy to the ber 'ayed relatives BAKINQ POWDER co. NEW YORK. --V \\

j'I, Editor of Valley Gazette." ordered, her paper' .stoffjied! ) and the Burrell' Yates and friends" of the deceased, 1 V
improper exhibitionof
J other who demanded 1 of hoping that even in the sadness of their
apology,
Dear Sir: l Knclosvil please ('mil clipping us an ) dangerous'wcapon continued.John affliction
\ from i issue of 24th inM.. that .huve led, I the negro to believe he ; they may yet find some conso

I tf I Any editor your who is so fanatically had the right of social equality| with road train Corumby plead, beating and way, on rail- Intion in knowing that the worth of his II trial I ami development t L .1
; guilty fined $Z0) private qualities and the value DAVENPORT I pm iVrr..s I I <:g.
j lithe (litwhites.. winch 'belief has caused thedtath of his
Ii or envious of a man.: .
prejudiced und costs or three months in jail. public services are islp]; I ion K-rlaining t to state n""p'ratIUJI| *
white or black who is. mentally his in the South of m<)Sre negroesthan Cary Jackson" and Bob Young, Resolved That properly appreciated. | Und Mji'rvin) *a"Mt 'financial, I ways and
'1'i superior, that, he van afford to print all other causes. omhu1l"1.I \\ilillg; Jackson plead] guilty and gam-was lutions be a copy of these reso riit-aiiH. t the I ""f' of convicts 'aiut other
blank lies inabout ..Hireinches ... During our stay in (the North we sawninny properly engrossed and sept Items of { '
four point iiH-d Interest from Thai Thriving 1it.tiiii of the .
$25 and costs or 30) days in jail; to the family of our deceased I subject) will receive pract
friend!
'
of his editorial columns, forfeit couples. living together in wedloCk iol t leal >tiiltri1ifHi.Never .
prossed to Young. un
as and that the
.'I the and of fairmmdetsubscriber. I wlirone was. black and the resolutions be published] in Little Town.
; respect help any Ed Hodges.! Uobt. Heaman Luciusones each of our local : : us before is the interest asgreat
.' You will I therefore cancel other/ white. and in II1slam'.r the napers.J.
every [ Alex Jone*. all ,)\ f.r the sub-
Iambhnlnol; ( I It I with I country fin the(
from list and .semi. female was. white and iliicale hI aeknever : prosied Moore !i' t th(> most heart-felt I sorrow
our name no T
your Ed: i..t <> j"o.1] roads.
to it State
more copies.. Whateverbalance, maybe the opmisite) and a .short timeago as. Hodges continued as to'ones' C. \V. I Dann, that we record I the. ,death of alittitrmemlr i ) as is today Ixmils
I legislatures .
I arc voting by themillion
II. M. ,, of
.r in favor please UHI> it for thtpurchase \\'(' read' an account I of a negropreacher B 'al<,t'r. our colony. Monday aft ci .
-your John 1-iarlier (Jeneral; ] Barber Willie Com from Hoard Kdward, for 4lus' vital .rnp.ov'm..nt| for
of Khihk
noon of .
Councilineni.Resoluions ( Aurora. I Illinois
the of Nework
slate
't of oil or light: that you may ( in long, Willie mold Chat. j Pearson, I the. i interest of the. farmers of the lanr
in with wveral of his friendswent .
W 1 learn that "God's .Country" ha advanced who had married hm fourteenth whitewile. V company
Noah Hall disturbing counties i isis\ \I I towns. are following close
public
some in the last ,fifty years. I All of which convinces. us that worship; of Respect. to Lake St. Charles to fish. The wake.
continued.Anive in and I
vieir tinvery vibrant
air is
I
had
boys put out a number of set lines.
the Northern
doea social
not desire
Respectful!, man Powell' larceny not The. Kissimmee Temple No. will i I I the notes for gssl] roads and
; guilty. 21, two or three ISys.. before. and I in wad I'
F r M. T. '_ WI"'. equality with the nvgro\ any more than Walter Jackson Pythian Sisters better roa does the Southern carrying concealed unanimously adopt the ing out to take off the fish, Mr. K link
for Cora B. Lewis. man.
; : V Thos.lr.... our views on the negro weapons; plead guilty and lined $101)( following resolutions: in Borne way stepped. into a deep hole, i of the land demand. them i the people

V 151 Speedwell Avenue question' and we read such and costs.. Whereas In the Supreme sorrow and in spite of the efforts of hm coral- are getting thoroughly aroused for
Morristowp. N. J. March 3H, 1911. maudlin driveling rot never as is contained in Jas. Monroe, selling liquor) in dry that has come to the home of our beloved panions to !save him he was thrown.. I them) and no class of ollirialt] should

Mr. W. H. Harris ., thc! above letters but what it makes us county; plead guilty and fined $25 and sister, Mrs W. K. Tyner in the All night men sat in bouts about theplace take a deeper interest in t his (flthertng'
costs or thirty days in death of little Clayton we feelmore inclined !; than the various' boards of
Editor KJBSimmee Gazette.; think the writers would be in a darn jail. waiting for the body to rise, and connty comI'missioners -
Dear Friend: 1 was very very; sight better, 'more sensible, more ThoR Vandilet. larceny; continued. to silence than to words as words ust at the break of, day Tuesday morning in the state, who determine
. worry when I read in last week's (Gazette Christian. business devote Jesse Rogers, assault and battery; would be inadequate to express our it arose I to the surface. With sorrowing i (the taxation for thin 1.\4b.hl'ln1Jrove.\
to
your brief editorial on the assault. some little portion were of their they time to al- mistrial nol prossed. sympathy for the bereaved ones in their h..artsI,... men lifted all that i ITU-lit and how, it shall I be spent for the V Ji i

V in New York on Dr.) Booker T. Wash levialing, ,. Borrows, the miseries! and Jesse Rodgers and Maria Rodgers great loss; therefore, be it was left of their companion into a boat i best interest of the tax-payer ,.

ington. and your unjust sling nt his I the woes! of the multitude of their own illegally dealing in liquor; Jesse Rodgers Resolved That we, Pythian Sisters and carried him ashore and then to the | Every county board in the state ,
character. In this age of enlightenment sex and colorwho to bed found guilty and lined $250 and 1 extend to" them our heartfelt sympathy hotel.! When the young man first went 1 should. go sup costs or eight months 'in and Cuinmend them to the ,._. and participate in this heart to heart
and activity in the line of Christ. perless six out of jail; Maria loving care down: it was thought an alligator hadpull..1 f
nights': every seven. Rodgers not of Him who said. "SulT..r talk for 1 good roads and of .
ian uplift to all people and races, the To call such sentimental Christianity guilty. httlechlldren him under out on examination more theny
I recognition of the truth that all menare is'a.blasphemy God.rot H. W. Weaver selling liquor| ; mistrial to come unto Me and forbid them not I I It was found that this was not .so, he )r The. membership fee is only $2? a year
free upon and continued. for of such is the kingdom of God. for each county. Will '' WJ11
and equal before'God universal That is the at had stepped into a deep hole and his you JOin
our apology to lady 1
brotherhoodyour article seems Mornstown N J., and the Calvin Richards fraudulently obtain- Resolved That a copy of this be sent .'wet clothing prevented him from sWIm- you pay It'?! Surely, and( if so send the

like a remnant. of past ages, or a ,voice lady at Toledo/ ,* Ohio, that we assure her name ng'money on contract/ nol pros ed. to the bereaved family, acopy furnishedthe I ming out. Death is always sad, but I $2 to J. W. White, Treasurer, Jacksonville
from the backwoods where the/intelli has been efased' from the Cossie Denton ]larceny; guilty and local papers for publication, also ,When it comes Into our midst in such'a Kla. care .of the Fraternal Record -
gent thought and action of thy'day has Gazette'B'subBcription! list. Valley l fined $50 and 1'0lltSpi"- three months in that they be spread on the minutes of I manner and takes from us a young who will receipt for same. Experts

not penetrated. You, surely cannot jail. our Temple. I man it seems almost unbearable.: The and prominent good roads ailvoi V

know anything: ot the character and Herbert ChJIds./ assault, and battery.: Pearlie Bryan, whole colony joins in sympathy with i eaten will be present to address the association V V

V work of Dr. Washington or you would PEN PUSHERS:RS- not guilty. Maude Thomas, the loving parents who are thus bereftot | and inspire you. This asso- .

not have spoken so Insultingly of him 'Jesse Rodgers, gambling; guilty and Roberta Rivers, their son, who was so full of promise. ,r ciation is the pioneer organization: of '
V and of those who believe in him. ]1 fined $50 and costs or sixty days in jail V Committee. Words are nothing; we cannot ex'preB8'J'I its kind in the state. It has done work '

V should be very sorry to think that your Will sentence suspended. '4 what we would say, I/oving. hands in lift' past, and i it, could do better work

:" ,.. ; sentiments are endorsed by any of my Meet' i in' Convention at Talla' Orzelius McNeal, lewd and lascivious Ask the, Traveling Man. prepared the body for bu'rial. and in the by your cordial co-operation and assist,

V V: dear friends in' in'Kissimmee by many hasse on' the 25th. conduct; continued. V <..-, V evening services were held at the hotel ance Let Florida be progressive.. It /1'1'
I V of the good people of Florida; and J am V Mobley Bros. vs. L. E. :Minx, as- V 'The March number of the Watts' Official -V conducted by members of she I.. O. O. is growing more so along all lines of 1

sure many of your subscribers in other Once e.eryyear the gentlemen who sumpsit damages $450: continued.' Railway Guide Atlanta, Ga., is F., of which order Mr. Klink was a practical and utiJrtary progress Give

states will regret your expression of are doing more to build up and make A. -&. Drought vs. L. E. Barbeau, just inaugurating the twenty-sixth year member.' Prayer wa .offered by Rev. I the good roads steam roller a boost.
them as much as I do. prosperous this grand and glorious breach of contract; dismissed. of its publication. The railway lines of Beatz who also spoke a few words in 'The officers serve without .pay. The

Dr. Washington to be sure, belongs] Land of Flowers-the editors-meet in Greenville Grocery Co. VIt. W. B. the South are shown in a clear and honor of the dead. Then when the small amount in -fees in uSed for get I '

to the despised race' to which God in annual convention for the purpose of Makinson damages $350; continued.A. comprehensive form with miscellaneous midnight train came in he was placed ting out circulars and paying postage I .'i j

His infinite wisdom chose to give a telling] each other, and incidentally all E, Drought vs. R. O. Meek, as information and the most extensive on board to be carried. to his old home. on same. ,J p-, '
V black skin, and because of it was held the rest of mankind what magnificent sumpsit damages $90 continued.PRUCUIGYPLN. hotel directory of the south, making Mr. Dahlstrom, an old time friend of I State and county officials mayors ofcities e ,

I in the bondage of ignorance' and servitude newspapers they print and how cheap --- it especially valuable to the travel, Mr. Klink accompanied the remains to officers of .commercial agricul ,
V for. a century by their white they insert advertisements and this ing public and business office. Mr. J. Aurora. Illinois tural industrial transportation, development !'
,: brathren in this and other lands. Now year they will assemble at Tallahassee, [ R. Watts has well earned the success Mr. Davis and family left for their 'I civic improvement and all good

they have their freedom they are responding tne 25th of this month being the date. of his efforts in presenting the South old home in Southern Illinois Monday. roads advocates are earnestly requested

I to the Christian effort to give Aside from their usual duties they will the most complete sectional Guide extant This family have had a serious time of to be present.A .

them the means of education and uplift also instruct the members of the legisature -' Company Will Be at the Opera *. It is an indispensable handbook it. The whole family have been sick special invitation is extended: to
to 4 higher plane of Existence. They as to what bills to pass and information well worth its price 25c the most of the, time since coming here. the press of the state..

.! have much yet to learn and to bear what to pigeonhole: also will offer ad- Mouse Mopday Night. per copy and only $2.00 per year. This'should not be laid to Florida for it I Tallahassee spreads! royal welcome to&L !
.i L J and it is the duty of every white citizen vice to our lawbreakers upon that most was the unsanitary. condition which her guests and bids you come. --r t

of this favored land to help them important ol subjects the railroad On next Monday night the people of To show how things grow in Florida, surrounded them, and Which could have j Special hotel rates.
V rise and not keep them underfoot. >aas. Kissimmee will witness another of the the Kissimmee Valley Gazette of last been removed. Houses were scarce The trip will do you good and your

., '. Booker T. Washington is an .example The railroads have been induced to good shows of the Peru hi-Gypzene week told of the trucking activities of and the oily one available was one presence will encourage

1 what the race is capable of. By his sell tickets to anybody desiring to Ccmpany, standard. All remember the Mr. .R. P. Hanson, whp owns Cypress which should, have been burned of Don't forget the elate Thursday and
j f? f thirst for knowledge and his own per- visit the capitol city on that date at beautiful> production of "Dorothy Vernon island. In detail the story is one that moved. away. It is to be hoped this I Friday, April 27th-28th."

b t severing efforts he has attained an eminence the rate of a fraction over one cent a of. Haddon Hall at the bpera, makes good reading. The first picking will be done now. J. G. Dampier, President

(t which commands the respect of mile, tickets being placed on sale on, house about four weeks ago. f a five-acre bean patch yielded hOt) Mr. Wheeler 'kit for the North Mon C. L. Bittinger, Secretary. ,

_ _r i our best men in the highest walks of the 22d and I limited to the 27th. Ar- This time, on Monday night: they crates, for which the returns should be day. He will jtop'at Chicago for some
life. lie is the champion of his race. angements have been made with the will present for the first time in Kis- about $2 a crate. The field is to be time and then go west. He expects to Old papers for sale at this office

I H I devoting his energies to their betterment hotels to feed the editors and their simmee a comedy drama of worldwide picked over several times and 1,500 return as soon as business will permit. 20 cents hundred .
a
S and his success ia appreciated families for a very small amount of fame, entitled the "Iron Master. All crates Is a low estimate for the yi..ld. Th family if Mr. Olsen are reportedto ---- !
c and his name is honored by all who are coin per day, and Mr. J. W. White has -he: special scenery is carried! for This would appear to be in the class of be recovering Large desk t ,
blotter
t acquainted with him and his work. He succeeded in inducing the Aragon hotel the production, including the great successful trucking. "Mr. Hansen is a Once more ont of our girls has been I for sale here.

_ 4 has a black skin but a white broad I in Jacksonville to keep them overnight I thrilling mill scene. It is a sort-of, a living evidence of what can be done in captured by an OUIJ>;IT. We. don't see - .

3c ,c : Christ-loving heart. His assailant has Sunday for the small amount of problem play of Capital vs. Labor, and the way of trucking" on muck lam'-in what our young bachelors can bethinking I

V V V a whit skin but a vile, black heart. '2.60.) The Board of Trade of Apalachicola -I has to be seen to be appreciated, and this section, say the Gazette, "an he of to allow some one '10 come in and NO REASON FOR. IT.

: living in sin with a woman, like himself has invited the editors to a on Tuesday night that beautiful way- came here a poor man in 1895 and today I quietly carry off so ma:;> of the belles >
it 1 capable of any amount of falsehoods. banquet at that place, and the railroad down east rural comedy drama entitled is rated as one of the financially of Davenport. Last week Mr. Ilanna / ,

1 I send you some clippings of our Northern will carry them there from Tallahassee "The Old Homestead. Many no well-fixed business men of Kissimmee, who has been visiting\ her.. for sometime --

e' papers giving .he true story of the and return for $1.50. Willis -Powell. doubt have seen several plays entitled and every dollar of his Wealth has been boarded the morning train for When kinnlmmee! Citizens Show
t ease and the endorsement of Dr. Wash the Tampa booster will be on hand "The Old Homestead" which were not made out of the ground on Cypress is- Kissimmee accompanied by Miss V the

& --, : ington's( position by President-Taft and with several carloads of cigars, a nightshirt the original productions. There is only land. When asked what particular Tracy Kimler They returned in the Way.

V Vt outers. and a package Uneda biscuits as one "Old Homestead" and that one thing was the cause of his success Mr. evening and it was noticed that Miss -

fi, I do think you ought to make amends well as other things, and the town of Tallahassee was produced by Denman Thompson Hansen replied 'close attention to my Tracy wore a wedding ring. The secret There
p14 for that article in some way. Hoping will permit every editor to do and has the 'gre test reputation of all work, common sense and good soil. "- was out, there was no use to deny it. can be -no just reason why aJt1'

you will do so, \ am. V exkctly as he pleases for two days-a the rural comedies. Mr. Pernchi plays Times Union. Mr. Ilanna .has indeed a jewel. reader of this will' continue to suffer
f.'i' Yours truly V thing; that has never before occurred the part that Denman Thompson originated --- ----- - -,- - ,
E. F. R. Campbell in their checkered career.WINDERMERE. Don't fail to see both plays Friends Inthis city of Mrs. A. J: he tortures of an aching back, the annoyance V

V .V We are real sorry that their ladies ..-- --- seats on sale at Roberson's Pharmacy. Gardner, a former resident of Kissim- FOR BETTER ROADS of urinary disorders the dangers
;
took offense at oqr little fling at IJooker race have been saddened by the news .....< -
V V V but really we can't see our way clear of her death which occurred at her of serious kidney ills when reliefis V

I V V to offer any amends or apology nor COACH SCHOOL. home in Jacksonville some weekw' ago. A V Convention Is Called to Meet in so near at hand and the most
-V '1 Gardner the mother of Mrs. positiveV
change our mind on the question of Mrs. was
V' V social equality between the white and happenings In and Around That W. L. Van Duzor, and was a mosi estimable Tallahassee April 27th. proof given that these ills can becured. V
V black races. VV For Teachers and woman winning the love and V Read
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V Pupils os what a Kissimmee
V
On the question bf the rights of the Most Picturesque )Pi ce. esteem of all with whom she came in i Secretary C. L. Bittinger of Ocala citizen says:
Lakeland interest and has issued the following call which is J. E.-Bass, MurTets
negro we believe we are competent to J. E. Mosley and S. S.Griffin wentto on May 8th. contact by her friendly I ] St., Kisaimmee.
self-explanatory
opinion express for both we a were sensible born] and a just Kissinmee! Saturday to bring back The purpose of this school is not only gentle husband, kindly were among manners., the She pioneer and settlers her-, The annual meeting: of the County Flu says: "I have taken Doan's Kid
V on a farm in I the former's E. M. F. car, which he to teachers to receive I Commissioners end Good Roads Association Pills
prepare off
this atate on which were higher of Kissimmee, and this paragraphwill ney and on during the past
.. hundred over one recently purchased.J. grades of certificates but to illustrate cause a of sin ere sorrow to of Florida will convene in the
; slaves, and for the pang; ; five
first ten .. H. Vick has purchased a lot in and the of Tallahassee or six years and I consider '
VJ S years of our life were thrown ground them in better methods all our older residents who may chance city Thursday and Friday them a*
constantly Windermere. of teaching the various branches. April 27th and 28th. of
remedy merit.
At the to read it. I had
V4k among negroes.moved age of twelve EM Robecfe!, Wm. Rowe and Jack Cftasses will be organized in a I I -- -- -- The subject of improved public roadsis kidney trouble
into
V years we the West, and for Huppell spent Saturday and Sunday branches and Mrs. J. W. Combert for several years and I
V thlrtyyears in the included in the. different Mr. and commanding more active and practical suffered in,
live4 J
North returnIng with J. C. Palmer on Lake Butler. of certificates children of Kan. consideration at this time than '
C three Eudora
: to Florida trades up to and jncludng arrIved any tensely from' a lame and
some nine
years ago. All They took home with aching back.Ioan'a /
them a fine left of
n these string State certificates. in1 the City Friday, and on other question : internal improvement
,
through years we have of
kept with the studiously I( thirty trout. Pupils] will be received from the Tuesday by boat for Alligator Bluff, in the State and Territories of the Kidney Pills have been very
supposed advancement The
pace of the sons of Ham and do'- I' Winderrnere Development Company sixth grade up and efforts will be near which place Ntr./Combert own. American Union. Agricultural, commercial beneficial it) relieving '
not flatter ourselves when we is clearing a five acre tract of land made not only to prepare them for promotion 'eighty acres! land, on which they industrial, transportation religious rnytrouble., I
again'
V we say preparatory to setting out a for but home future. educational social keep a supply 'in the honse "
i t that fel grove to thoroughly ground them will make their In Mr. and public all the time..
we perfectly competent to' M. L. '"
V Haley of Toledo Ohio. Mr. In the Combert was here in February and interests are demanding i \
elementary principles In whiehthE'Y a system of For sale
V the by all
\ judgment on rights of the dealers. Price
is t tFosterMilbujn
Haley
pass negro to be conuratulated f 6pct .
on getting be pleaded with the
advantages
J may lacking. was so well permanent highways commensurate ,
social with the
At the to equality the whites. 'one of the prettiest and best tracts of The extremely low rate of $10.00 for this section affords that he pur- with the needs of the country. The Co., Buffalo, N.Y.sole_
To writer greatest that l land I
curse around
x.%* I : here. v the term of ten weeks has been made chased this tract of land from the proceedings of the convention will include I agents for the ''I
the United V
: baa tallen-upon negro was placed 0/. W. Graves of Ocoee States.
and for both
purchased teachers atlarXMS
; .t .... the sentimental fanatics \? and pupils. All tuition Southern Colonization .Company, and and discussions upon' V
there by franchise who ,picked the remainder of S. S. Griffin's trictly payable in advance., Those returned at once to Kansas. bring his the scient'. ethic and economic phases Remember the name-Doan's_arid V
his
\ the and the
T 2VV gave negro ,: crop of oranges. 1 entering after the opening will be, family. of the IIU' t and Jts relation to indus- //I takejio,, other. .V$ I

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.i: The Kissimmee Valleu,Gazette Th< KUaimmee brain band will give Mr. F. S. Heaton of-ChkagtKarrived Mrs;and Mrs. : ,
An G. N Bebout
open air concert in the band stand last week and will begin at once evel- of P u
.' ", ,, aLaPHON8 NOi U. this evening! commencing at 4.30 burg, pa. who have a the but t
", ) I : p. m.. oping the extensive holding oPMr. month left
u and will continue until about.6:00: p. iri. Isaac S, Dement of Chicago at Kissim northern? in Kissimmee, for their

pyBLISHjED EVERY FRIDAYBY Come out and hear it, mee man like Park.Mr. W Dement. are interested glad to have a, they home will on make Monday the trip night by easy although AreYou Going to Build?

Mr. H Ball incur atage While]
V -*- -P L. arrived in the city section as'he la famous throughout the v, here Mr- Bebout pur. :
W. B. MARPTIS. yesterday from; Chattanooga. Tenn., used a tract of 'land In Park Garden
__. and country al an Inventor and journalist an ill 1 lend his
::c" I. idlookingacound today with view son. Harry, hero to
r..rrrwrww I to securing a location for a five ten and The Hunter Land Company 'home' put the groundin condition for plant- .

twenty-five" jcent ,tore.Mamf'al ., "seekers' 'excursion tbaj, reached: here a cr\p this fall. M r. and Mrs Be-
bout will
I last week numbered and return here In September to -
Weather thirty people,
..Report Tyson states that a large remain permanently. "
they were taken by. boat and auto to .Nq1 :
I 1 number of dog tags have. been bought the company's holdings' In the Kissirri* ,. ]'
, >* this week and that he-anticipates very mee valley on Friday where practically OnW4)dnesday morning at,11o'cloek,' _ _
, ; Following are he daily tem little trouble with unlicensed dogs run- every one purchased, a tract. of land 5f an illness of nly-. few days, Mr.: : l

peratures'! and precipitation''as ..nln&at'Jarjtll in the future; ranging from forty to one hundred and Iowa. Sherman, late of Central City, :e. p/ 3

\ reported by Government Messrs. drag. O'Berry' and<< 'Lien sixty acres. Deceased passed moved into here the with Unknown his wifeand'world, I 1 a'f f f r l

.. tatlon at Klaaimml'e',, the Phvrfgo returned. to the city on Wednes son early last fall and have
Mr.-3. A. Tunison, who came here occupied
from
: week ending April 13 1911. day. the east coast where they rooms at Mr. I. M. Lamb's
from all winter.
have spent the past two months recently Columbus Ohio, to improve ,-
ing and.shipping tomatoes pack his property on t.hcfwe8t shore Mr. Sherman was a Mason, and the | QInl! il ii..e
MAX MIN. RAIN of the lake a few miles south of Kis members of the local lodge of that wa
order
Friday . . 94 70 . Mr8."'G! o. M. Dunne and. simmee and on which he is building a train accompanied Ms remains to the j a ."rr, J. I
children today _
when
who have1l of residence: has) had a well bored and obtained they were shipped to I I -C *
guests .'
. . ,! 94 70 . [ his old home -
1 !
Saturday Parker at Central <
City. Deceased's IillhII '
Mrs. G. F. for the past three a .pleodldJow/ the water com .
J : Sunday.. . . . 83 68 1.36 months, returned to their home at ing out ol. the pipe eight Teet above motheV from who arrived a few days ago ..."
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'Monday. . . 80 65 . Sumter S. C., Wednesday.- the ground] Massachusetts, will accompany the
widow and orphan who Tb f U. S. Government ha bought Neponaet
goto consign !
. . .. 78 64. . .
Tuesday Mr. H. Edmor< i Swabey, proprietorof Mr. C. W. Ward, before leaving Sat- the, remains oi husband and father to Paroid since 1898-often .
Wednesday. . 87 64 .25. The Pioneer Plumbing Shop, has urday for: an extended trip through their final resting place. | Roofing every year j ja

J.f Thursday . . 90 67 gone down to St. Petersburg to attend Europe, requested' us to say "goodby"for million square feet at a'-time=fir we at ,

the session of the Master Plumbers him t<5 his numerous friends, as his Mr. J. J: Schneider, owner of'the home, Alaska, Panama and the Philippines .".'
Association which met j>n April 12th. condition prevented 'him doing'so in orange grove at lakeNert for v
the coldest hottest
.f well the climates.
I his old home Able u ar r
person, and assured us that whereverhe at Kansas.! Tues ; ''J
1 Easter service at the Christian went or whatever might be his lot; day night accompanied by his wife. I '
-- ----'" church. Special music. Morning service that KiBsHmmee would. always -be. 'His They are making the trip there to visit Do you need stronger proof of the wearing qualities, economy, \

"Resurrection". Evening ser- home and the dearest place on earth. their children hoping/ to induce them to and the satisfaction that NEPONSET-Itaroid Roofing affords ?

.' v i ice, "Preconception." Baptismal come to this sectfon'of the country. I l Do you want proof nearer home 1V e will give it to you;

I JHE: LOCAL fiELD. service 8:30:: p. m. S.. J. Vance' pastor. On the l last semi-monthly homeseekers While Mr. Sehnelder leaves reluctantly ', We will tell 'you where you can see a NEPONSET Paroid Root
excursion from the West, which reached even for a little visit, he is consoled I Itheowner
Mosely by Sec how it looks learn how it lias been and hear what
Mr. J. E. of Gotha has purchased Kissirnmee on Friday morning, Mrs. the fact that he can keep in touch i long on, i
j i the handsome E. M. F. auto M. C. Fowler brought a .car load of with us and insists that we Bend him has to say about.. -
I NMNNNMw ""4% ir.N from Mr..C. W. Ward, wnich- will be a -
the '
people, and sold a tract of land in Fowler Valley Gazette during his absence

C.Lg. .,. Born, to Capt. and Mrs. R. O. Can- great frequent convenience trips between to him in this making city and his whom Park i will to at each once, except begin putting one, some their of new He is form much of interested government in the for proposed Kis imm..e N E P o N s'ET PAROID Roofing>

ova, a1 8:30: this morning, a daughter. Gotha. ,
"" property in condition tor planting and assures us it js a good thing, ,_ i is cold on proof not proml.e'. ;
Capt. Iienry O'Neal of Rosalie was Judge and Mrs. G. F. Kribbs have vegetpbles and citrus fruit trees this from persona) observation; J

, ,t .. transacting business in the city yester moved into the city from Nareoossee fall. .....E ...['f PAROID Recast. for the NCPONCCt: PROSLATE ...... lot
Mr. John F. Sharp of Charlotte, roofa and .1d". ol burn.. .'.bl.., iiuullrytiuildinus. roots and sides ol rcildeDce and all bulldinsi -
day. the Judge having decided to resume his Sunday at the Presbyterian church Mich., reached the-city on Thursday ot Slat in rolur. CONIC, )IBM Iliundliintflut. callinglorartlnic rood and tiding.

_ Mr. and l Mrs., Thad OUyor ofSt.. law practice here. He has 'opened an there i will be the reception of membersand last week and went at once by boat to- RvBintB are. Look like, shingles wean like .1.. ....
oUice in room "Nqj 12; State- Bank < The celebration of communion Rlssimmee Foe brooder iu UB4! ...ahi'da and temporary ..
: ; NEPP..ETwATERPROOF
dory where he
.UJI.a
,
Cloud were visitors to the city on Tues -:u prairie ownsa btiildiiiiit ttiHl niiuiro low co.. roulmif., ',
day. building. at the morning service. All are most tract of land, having purchased the u.rNEPONSETRED-ROPE Roottoi. 1'0' UM under clapboards I and thinliUt. -

Miss Emma. -Narcoossee cordially invited to be present at this same last summer through the Hunter Buprrlrtr In ewrr rj-tpttt lo larrt-d It'll. It In wa4li' of naldrncrt.Vlc. KaeptoiildaropnrH. y ]
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Sells|] of Aledo, this Tyson 'joyful service. There will also be the Land Company. Mr. Sharpe returnedto II,.. iM-i-n thu atandard low cool rootiiitf fur cold and drauBbta. Cull fu lbills IV
111. Mrs. A. W Boik'e passed through city Wedn..tldayonher of the Endeavor: this twenty live yeara, oDo-tblrd.
Christian
/ were vimting meeting city on Wednesday night to make
was to Kt. Petersburg where she
F. W. BIRD SON East W idp l., M..s
,
last week. \ will attend school. She was accompanied society, followed by the church servicein arrangements for improving his property
the evening. lie is more than well pleased with
"tion by her, brother Spencer as far
Mrs. Jennie Kendall, a professionalnurse
this
section and that
says as soon as '
and from Orlando is in the city .for a as Tampa. The latest candidate for public favorto the people in the North learn of the _

dher'rae.. few weeks. Prof. De Wilton Alderman, principalof reach our exchange table is the many advantages we have to offer the MAKIONSONYCOMPANY

"' Mrs. R. Irvine 'of' Orlando is i the the BaxsinKer! school, is circulating Davenport Messenger, a neat five homeseeker, that hundreds will move I W. B.:
column, eight page publication which here week. Mr.
st asaub guest for a few weeks of Judge and among HIM many Kixaimmee friends this every Sharp says that
Mrs. G. K. Parker. week. The ItaHHinger ,school closed! last will 1 be l issued every two weeks. The his only regret is that he did notlearnten
I week for the summer after a most successful first edition is well filled with good years ago of our wonderful climate,

-tate the Miss Jean Caldwell i is having a cement term readable matter and a liberal advertising pure water and fertile soil.
": sidewalk laid in front of her residence patronage. Editor:: Beatty has f
t for on church street. Mr. Chan. F. Blanchard one of the the 'best wishes of the Gazette in his -- -
anr'ya .4 Florida: representatives of the .Bowman new venture. i

dOllevi.. Mrs. Kortivnderfer will leave next Realty Co., arrived in the city t
4 week for nr xtended visit to her. Wednesday from Lakeland and will Mt'ssrs.1o'red H. Criger and A. H. LUMBER LATH MOULDINGS' SHINGLES

andes.i. daughter at St. AtiKUstinc. look after hat company's interest, in Marskie of Whitewater, Wis., reached 11
this section. the city the latter part of the past
1'1"0' 1t 1 1I The all-al>Hort>ing question in Kinsimruee week and spent several days lookingover
I for ; today is, where Khould the county Mr. A. M. SjTryker left on Wedneu- this section with a view to lo- f
,ouldrtrlJ I commissioners I build the new jail? day for Chiew >, where he will be engaged cating. Before leaving they expressed

( .' for everal weeks in drafting themselves and
as highly ,
pleased
Mr. J. A. Nelson of St. Cloud was in
for
""om' advertisements a great educational
would return and locate
'cone the city Wednesday and was'ail appreciated campaign. He expects to return here soon as they could settle permanentlyas their busi- ..... ....... ........ J-"<
caller at the Gazette oflice.Judge *
ove- before the first of July.
1 ness affairs in Wisconsin. I
r the Formerly Mcl' air &, Son) e
It. A. Hartow, the sage of Every member of the American Wo
lion. W. C. of Wildwood Dyal-Upchorch Building, Jacksonville
Whittier, has been spending the week man's League is asked to be presentat Kilgore ,

State.roa- "I.A p transacting business in Kismmmee. the Chapter House, Monday'at 330.: member of the legislature of 1907, Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber In Florida, .la well manufactured -
passed through the city Tuesday en-
, A telegram from headquarters requires and caTefully graded and facilities for orders for carload lots exceptionally' good.
ii art r Mrs. H. W. Bbice entertained on route to Rosalie, making the trip by our filling are
attention to certain business at that .
'IPTI afternoon in honor of Mrs. !boat. Mr. here
'" Thursday I time. Mrs W. L. Winn. Kilgore will return tomorrow -
YPa1vfl Sells and Miss Bay of Galesburg, ill when he will spend some time ir

-- I Mr. and' Mrs. Wm. Judsonof Oswego, looking over our city and surrounding .. .
I the Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Jones of Orlando N. Y., Are in the city stopping at the country. He is accompanied by his ---- -

sonJec.- spent'Sunday in' the city, the guests of jraystone.[ Mr. Judson owns an en- daughter, who will rl'main.some, timeat : _
-- --- i -- --
Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. J. Sharp. tensive orange grove on Shingle Creek Rosalie with friends. .
Ex- few miles from Kisaimmee which he I
,. Mrs. L. W. Pilley and Mrs. a "
,.ivoaa- WVJ. is furthertnlarging! and improving.A I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kouts who
LaRue spent Monday in Tampa taking moved here some four weeks ago from

Iseom in the sights of South Florida's me- wreck of the passenger ..train! -. at Howard City, Mich.,-,,nd purchased two

, of tropolis.Mr. Taft on Wednesday night int'erferred lots in Prospect Park, have built aneat .

vorkvork ". considerably with travel over the A. C. bungalow on their property and on _"-- l' __- _
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C. W. Griffin and daughter, L. for some hours the first train from Wednesday.moved into their new home /' ,,- "II. ....... "."".
Jeannett left on' Wednesday' for a the north since the wreck' not reaching #lrr Fouta that he feels that
now
says
felt'l\l 4 4s i'e" ,\ vlsjt with relatives and friends at New the city until one o'clockyesterday: ., ne la a full-fledged Kissimmeeite,' and . K-l S: l' ml. t l : ''a.r: ;
'
fr '
' of tt, ..Smyrna., ,. intends to take his stand in the ranksof ._ ;: \\I ; ) .
GiveIoet. Mrs. George Saunders had the misfortune boosters and town-builders. -
Next Sunday is Easter, and all the) to be bitten by a ground rattler .

The churches have arranged for special at Alligator Bluff a few nights Messrs. Niemeyer & Wiley have installed -

get. services in commemoration of the res ago. Although painful, nothing seri a very handsome soda fountainin J1 *
age urrection.Mr. ous is expected to result as she is fast in their restaurant, and are now -
recovering and is expected to be entirely
A Rose, proprietor of the Park free of pain within a few days. pared to furnish their patrons with all (
s of Hotel, is that famous kinds of soft drinks as well as with thebest /
t having hostelry "
'''cul'vel- of edibles. The fountain isof mis-
painted, which is adding greatly to its / 3i
In letter I
a to Mrs. W. 11. Farmer, from sion style, trimmed with marble and /
appearance. .. Mrs. D. Carroll of Marion, Iowa, that .
{eod onyx, .and will be presided over by a In NATURAL GRASS
sted Mr. and Mrs. W. J. LaRue and lady states that she returned to her gentleman thoroughly versed in the art ,
daughter left home from Kissimmee at. least two of cold and delicious drinks. .
on Wednesday for Wichita dispensing
,I toe Kan., where they will make their months too soon as.the weather there Section of Florida: There are .
t
was most unpleasant, and that she
homo in futiire. Mr. Jno. M. ,liee: returned on Satur
to would surely be here io i ] the early fall.
r' day from 'a week's visit to his old -

state's Mr. O.prominent B. Howse cattle of Ocala dealers, one, was of the i in Married on Sunday evening last at home in Tatnall county, Georgia. Mr. few sections in the State that w
Lee times are
6:300'clock, Miss Aileen Speir and Mr. says prosperous upj
,
{ourand the city Tuesday, transacting Important Joe Knight ReV. there, but nothing compared to those -
Stephens performing '
business matters. the: ceremony at.the home of the bride's of Kissirnmee, and while he was made produce natural grass. Where'

Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Irvine of Orlando 1 ISfents: on Mabbette street. The happy happy by meeting his friends and companions ;
a
drove over in their motor car Sat- couple left that night for St. Petersburgwhere of days no w long since passed,
urday and spent the day with Judge they will make their future home. still! he was glad to come back and it is found it .means' more fertility
breathe this pure air and drink this
and Mrs. G. l F.-Parker. '
Mr. F. A. Maxwell of Bozeman, pure water. .

lice ; M. B. Dickerson,'one of our concrete Mont., relic ed the city on F iday of : in the"soil and therefore .the r
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. and child- ,
last week Story .
manufacturers, is back from a ten fin a tour of investigation .
days .visit to Fitzgerald Georgia.' and is so highly pleased with the opportunities ren returned on Tuesday from a week'sviait .
:
where he went on business.. this section offers the home- to Tennessee. They went to that need of less fertilizer.
.
state with the -intention of remaining
seeker that he is now looking for a
It has been said that "whom the gods place! to purchase and remain among us permanently, but after looking over .
would "' permanently the conditions and advantages, decided H
destroy, they first made mad
,
there in all land that
was no place this
IT. a thing that some few in
.. +, 4 .. midst should not lose sight people of. our I Dr. and Mrs. Cunningham of Woos- could equal Florida, and' especially
ter, Ohio, are in the city and have Kissimmee. He and his family are now
In I rooms with Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Winn. content to remain here for the balanceof
order to thin out her J
orange grove "
They are looking over the advantagesof their time.
sow Mrs. E: D. Plummer offers to give free
our town with a view to locating ",
to any one who will remove them, a Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adams of Columbus -
permanently, .and themselvesas
large number. of bearing trees. well pleased with express what they have Ohio, spent a few days in the \ "" .r k

.. seen thus far. city last week, and were so impressed
aflr .qMarried, at' Whittier, on April 9th, with the climate our deople and con- .

Ex-County Commissioner Elmer R. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Qe'als and children ditions generally that they have returned '
treran Bass to Miss Nellie B. Johns, Rev. B. of Boulder, Colorado arrived in the home for the purpose of disposing .and.don't forget the FROST "s

H. Guy performing the ceremony. city last week with the!"* ntentIon of remaining -' of their property, when they ---...

only one day; but were so well will come'here to remain permanently. '
Nulting PROTECTION
lan- Rev. J. K. a former pastorof pleased with Kissimmee and the advantages Mrs. Adams is president of the W. C. we' have. 1

lief the Presbyterian church in this city this section offered that they T. U. of Ohio, as well as president of

but now a resident of Auburndale, spenta are still here, and are now seeking a the general board of that organization.
live couple of days in the city this week. permanent location.A '
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hudson, of Lincoln '
"td.
Anyone wanting any kind of building private letter to the editor from 111) after a short time spent in

i: done may do well to see E. P. Arthurof Ion. C. S. Acree, from looking over our town, leftWednesdayfor .
Kissimmee. He does strictly first his county to the legislature now in I their northern home. Mr. Hudsonis -

''ee. class work quick and reasonable. session at Tallahassee, states that the 94 years of age, and i is as hale and .w .

ld4'IUIt 16-1 -pd louse is thoroughly organized and the hearty and active as many men are at .
members working hard, and that much 60. He was born in Klbert county, Ga.
' ..*, Today is called "Good Friday" because I needed and beneficial legislation will be and moved from there to Indiana in
n 11I'-' it is the anniversary of tie dayon enacted at this session. 182t;, and I later settled 4n Illinois. Mr. ,
which Christ suffered death on the and Mrs. Hudson spent the winter on ", {
, -cross to atone- for the sins of all mankind Mr. Joe Simmons of Eatonton Ga., the east coast, but expect to be with \ (
Wek :. arrived in the city on Wednesday with us next season. '
.. h the intention of making his home Kissiminee. Valley Land '
Miss Margaret Evans of Tampa ar- among tte. provided conditions turnout Mr. O. L. Blanchard of Huntington, Company :

rived in the city a few days age, and as good as they have been reported to W. Va., arrived In Kissimmee yesterday ,.,4 ,

cry ...., will be the l'1Ieat.of<*er>rother, R. M. him. It is needless to say that hence and will remain with us for several

I Evans, principal of the high school, tin forth he will be numbered with our weeks Mr. Blanchard is the gen J. E. MATTOCKS Vice Pres. do Manager
after :
.". ,,. commencement. permanent; residents.Mr. eral representative of the Bowman
\ its. Realty Co. of Huntington, W. Va., and
Miss Grace ..
. who Bisbeeof ailanliMich., and Mrs L. A. Murphy, who is in Kissimmee in the interest of that
has
been spending the winter here have the several KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '
spent winters
in lIe -
company. states that a large dele -.
018 the of why
7 _. guest Mrs. Plummer in North this city and own a beautiful home gation of homeseekers from West Vir-
Kissimmee, left Monday night for her in West Kisaimmee, left 1 ,
yesterday toy ginia will reach here on the 18th, and
Northern \
tLOd home. Her many friends in.fI' Omaha 1)1.) 'to spend the'Bummer. that he sees no reason why all of them
J' this city are sorry to see her leave, and Their son; Ncrrvin, will 'remain here to could not be Induced to purchase I a. .

winter.hope that, she may return'.another complete his school term.' Mr. and in this section and remain perman property ,
Mrs. Murphy will return in the late fall ently.
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L MOON H. D. OBIOBH e:ISded to canvas same and tound allfpllowl ._ - -- ._
, PROCEEDINGS OF"HE -. = __hlt ( Ii .

I I MOON & GEIGER We the St. undersigned Cloud Fla., 'Apiir.ri811.Inllpedors&and. \\1 A House is as Good as its Roof.


i ; .CITY' COUNCIL clerk of the electionheld: at St. Cloud .. '"' ''f end "r '
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, AXrtllhxRYSeAT4A1vi .Florida, on the In day of April, A D. I All your roof troubles -will ,,1 ,

Onic t 9 at. Bnlt. .1I41..J .; 1911 to,.d clde whether the following when you top your house with >
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IrLOR10MArt described territory to-wit: Beginningat

KISSiMMEE.. _:..L--? ._- __.___ .. .- Klssimmee,, Fla." ,, April 7, 1911. the northeast corner on a point on .
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.. 'The council met in reg Jar adjourned! the meander line of Lake East Tohope-- /

'Dr. 'F Gt Reunion, there being' .present W. 13.Makinson .' 1 aliga-said point to be on a'direct line1 RUBEROIDRoofing .

,. Thpmasojaj ; president H. M. Breaker; with Mississippi avenue of the town of .

j ttt- J. C. Moore. C. W. Dann ,J. r M. Han- St. Cloud, thence following' the meander '

: ?,PHYSICLAN/and, URG'JO!: : ..::AOftce Bull and J. .K. Gilbert, 'clei'k.' line westward to a point directly in : .
Council received petition from the line, with Columbia Avenue of said ..

Phones 74.and 3. Residence 12f Hoard of Trade that council subscribe town, thence running south to the' center w '
tI L >21&.(lO toward advertising the 'city into of Section 10, Township 26 south S '
; 1 Florilta'Souvenir book \bu pre-' Range 31 east, thence Dinning to the Gives better and1 longer prated Ion.. corta less to tl e

TRIVERS,1t. D iente .1(' ell and vlRitor to center, of Section 12, Township 26 'IS : 'y o tiz maintain than shingles, tin tar alate "
the Order of KaiTroad Conduct rs' convention south, Range 31 east thence running or any t

v / to be held in Jacksonville, May'..nortfi to the point of starting, shall be 7 s ? RQBER.OID COLORED' t
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-PH /SIC I N. | AND.bSURCEON! ylo20. After duo consideration, on a special tax school district'or not to # ;
{ motion **aid) wan. be levied
request granted. decide the millage lo annually ROOFING -
HB'Oflte over Oaceola Pharmacy J Petition fciffneo 1-by citizens:. and property --: for the next two years, and to decide a

+ __ '" ; owners j jjr western and southern I the Trustees to sorve' for the next two 1 i14 in Red, Brown and Green Is the only
l P'HO 1 t ltesltl'lIce fl3: portion ot city ankihjf hat ditch be I years. do hereby, certify that the following Prepared Roofing to be had In ;

SlrutheI4'i.f cleaned out draining stud! section was is a true and correct statement permanent colors.

& .IVrrrif Jo t street committe : of the votes cast at said election: "

f1' . 7Z7V' Mr. Covui ton rer>r"'l.u'ntl tur- J Total number cast at nan! election &8 I Dffor you daddy what roofing to .

pentim firm who haM aced interests .vote;; of which FOR special tax school WATCH OUT .\ use, write for our Roofing Bookltt. 1

in down river |points / that distil rl.I..iy..45 votes ; AGAINST For the RU-BER-OID" MAN --- .
:t.... WINK'f : the city allow hin'company-'to luiihl at.Ick sde/nul ,
./ at l hi-foot of \I'oHmoJKavuMiitt. all votes. ta.thd/ : ol dHtnct,received 2 '-Th Man with the Roll" THE STANDARD. PAINT CO., ;,

'I PHYSICIAN! AMRMDENCE ../> IIC'"KIKOS lit that point n side truck' could IJV' For Trustees f A. H. Kinney 35; J. _I10 wtMzwotea-youtioia Iml lams, of which there are '100 VVUlUro Siroct. New.'Yoik. ..

POoN. Si.OrncM :.. KlHHIttMICIC.FLORIDA.' established, which would 'kr'atl.bl'npfit., O McNew 26 J (;; John II. DeGraw 19. ever w

t :rI1 oNKtV;. >.hiijmK'| | facilities' on motion' notion on Maximum tax levy .Kl'i: mill. 45' ; 1 11! HARDWARE' i
wis J. [IDUtnbutow OSCEOLA CO. Klssimmee.: Fla. :
sam< deferred for turth con- maXI Hlm lax levy .41'/2< mills, :.1; maxi wiuN>we .I

!j / J.v.\ SIMI-SON iili-ralion.. : mum tax levy .041'2( 1-;! mills. A: . rl'
r-jii. Having bei-n requested by the old I'olls cloned at sundown. .

t .. council to draft suitable resolution. I C. C. Cot 1
DENTIST. ronrernnm tie| South of. Col. .1. WAiii'rliolt Jolm II. Ih'Graw, .
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president appointed an A. II. Kinney I : t.i
U In Katz Build Inir.Orricic I
pat airs committal on same the following liin ectors.J '. .
I \" a. 111. to I" m. I named members of the council: C. W. I | |> r

HOURS : }r 1:101.1:: ; 5:10:: p. 111. Dunn II. M. Krvukvr! iind J. C. Moore I O. MoNow. Clork ,
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Telephone, No. 76 Jun 5. Ivr, On) I motion it was ordered I that the : :4 In- Hoard lindinKjhiil stud. election WANTED-A RIDER AGENT.

light and, water committee arrange to I wa conducted, ai'curding to law declared I WYour IN CACH TOWN and. district to ridu andexhihltaemplI.LauwtNolk l. I .i.
lufoontnwt" forroxermg the city reservoir. -' said) boundaries,1 as described to ".....c.." bio','lo furnll.od by us. Uur ftf<'ut.<4cveiv..hero are ma,!lntfMO .
{W..- W.. CARSON. D D. S. I IY"lr" .
r Tie (a fpecial tux school district for two m..n..y 15.14 N'rn.f. ',."J..J <<'. *. tr
DENTAL PARLORS to lie known as. St. Cloud 'SchoolIIStrict : MONEY REQUIREO until! yon nsx T\oAi 1 annrovo. of *m.rblcyrlo r'
II 1'01. (C. W. I Iann mid . .
Breaker Wo whip( loauyormanrwln) win thi H TO'irAou* r nr J*, i BUltDING/ J. ( '. :MooreMr<" 00. 1 1. Also dn-lannj A. 11. 1 *;A"ami' allow TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAa.diirlAfr( "
RIVERS midi'e. 1o H..I..I! t location and erect 111..** ,I Kinnev. .1/. n. McNew und John II. De- eyes are your moat faithful Which Limo you may r/d1/ i ti... Mrydo and put It t *..t j')" N MiIf ;
-oveR-osoeoLA PHARMACY 1 ( raw elated, as Trustees, of said, district jqu are tin n not rfccdy Bailnfl or lo 1101.t.h to keep i thol
lioso ta tio',... I helper. Without them life would be a l.lryrioHhp( II bark In u4 U our eT.'''nstrand' fom will mat >*..I... r..I. .I
I On motion the iippoiiitm<.nt of Mr.Ceurge ( fin the 'next two yrara they hav- FACTORY PRICES \\ofiirii.sh I ho highest irnulfl Mrlr" It l I.
OFFICE40UR5 8 TO 12 : a < Kisher wuli'Inn., I| iritf recei\i.d. the largest number of dreary round of miHl'ry. You owe It to 1..1.| to mnko at ono hinall |.,r<'tit( nl.mo :
in bjIlic
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.1 TO 5 : + : votes i The Hoard also finding f that the r act vet fnrlAry rost. Von An VII f 10 to |_o mtildli( Ineu'v, imtitiH\ l h y fora
1 mayor. was: confirmed, : your eyes to |give them the bent pou \ I I InrdlnetofuInnltII,"U tti" niiiitfiu'inn't'_ iruurutitii. IH'liiixluur. ,i
I maximum tax It..f. .(OH) ti:I mills had! !leIrtued + / ... ..
i I blcy'lo. DO NOT BUY t -f onnt
On) motion the nt : attorney W J M. Wll.f.bON, Ju.S 1 ., <.il. to pr"r1an") dews. I mnvimg) a majority of the \otesiasj', d.--l Bible] treatment and when they are -I s-a..until\ you FIHN.U.n oar rntnl I Mn.w sail) |I..urn.our unheard' of /.".c, : hn.
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S the |l.rop'rIY known us the. <>ld dumping, ,' shire nut: nulls In l I"c t the max inuiin ailing to hate them [properly' ] nttend d'I OU end WILL) .n/'Fl.BE ASTONISHED .., ..?.c.nte.! >. ....<-,.(..iri.<.ntirtil mt.i"CIA 1 1PAY

NoTAKY }Junl.IC. . ground, sold to Mr. A S. Ncl: |son, for | tax levy fur Inch of the,ne"xt< tW"Yl.ars'l;, I..11., hen P'S".. teS ha oaks 7'.Y 1101. ,....**,.N!,I I:,::lAmr IlIm M.'I.'IYb rl':.1 inn rMA.'I.; ':, 'HIM h1':: ;::..:n.hr e 1A
Mrs IVins .
-S LAI purchase, price. of $I IHlI.IHI.( saitl dyed" to i presented to. I... m..n"Y*llt.tn.nir otti*.r.y \\i'a r. .tlit.il wI,II.!.H l 1pnda.o.i ..r < tun ,.'l.
l STATK AT ((: K. S [ i ("olor work done l hI' the ." 1 tOTCUK DC.ALBUM,jm" CMO" Mill our t/n)ik...undi r y"UTUMU tiMtut i*,tlv*t J"uli I'. our pieta. "i'
.. be signed by tinJnnvor and i 1'I..rk. amidelivered Dr. Cole h.n been suciossfully, llrtinRglasses N115I' Iho d.a nvva.
11".r I iriados in the hissi'rnmeelligh: : : CONDHANOaiCYOLB: *: Wo d., n.*t ntgularlr h.r Im'' mv.rod I :mnd h"'r' ''.. I.K? ,i1'T''' ,. .. ,
Real Estate Ajjcnt.KISSIMMKE. to suicy PIlrNJIJtIn; payment I, School: ( luring the .past I ti-rm" nlld l re- for the |past :21 ;scaralit'' his I ... ."""1***''!" h.nd!t**...i.tntr..l. liy otir l liiogo n.i.llf'. m. IhFn. fr. .ul ,i-r ....j.(" *.( |pn.W,
of saul be to I '
FLORIDA I Hinouny "'III'" .to applied I Ilue4tld.h0l| I tin liiiiird ,if possible, to I, C 6 s T xf BRAKESpnl.rr.Inn1.n.1n..Jylo roller.... ..* and 1 p4.l", tarli. n.|Lldal4l' t
he fnnTT
htrei-1 I inaKisiinl, work uf the .ii-gular services. are the beat l jo'ir;: money. can i ilollY. | fi,iij, ,ain jt tr ntftil rn.T*

\ By rriiit| l of tb. tumuli ThexiU mlllsi. 'I I 11 he supiM a part'IMtenili \\ (11( In.I.u..d i S !! Hedgethorn Puncture-Proof $ !M!
att.I-nIy\ I preMM'i' ''I llu I followlnl{ pio, .
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ht lo will Mis 1 I 1."rn8. t hanking{ j
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|pnwl ortllMHMI1st You IIVMIt < t-VI'S' to Consult .
W. S. HARWELL to you t OJ SAMPLE PAIR
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I.wr I fur the work, dOli during I the past 4
.. An onlinitiii; ,,, { ((1)I)i j I II !- g!IIU?
-teeming .
year. a ml tn )asxuie her I hat if liaanCee1' i him when \ oil need KLttstifDr. ; IMTRODUCC.OMLY IAO.DO I
MEAL ESTATE m inufit('Hire, Nlorlge. -.ile mill I u-t of \\o"ltl"| milt the g"ard I uoiilil lollow ) .
r imliiMlJ< ] ., v.\plu-iv in" dangerous| i hi I) Edgar. Col.an! ; be found at 1 Isla bur f. 'Ielnla.' ...
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art r k s.AU1..nldrM.rJ..r.JS.MOMORETROUBLEFROMPUNCTIIRES
'.1 l Notary Public at Large materials. within, tli >"ipi>rat.limits of linn. 1"'II1g-I' flirt hlf, .liiisMusc. (Ihv. I C. A. Cole's ,K-vvelrv ,tore, Kissimmee" I + M' .

ii'8 K issnnnu i'. I lo! ) .i.lioui, .d I. .... IA ..
Ofllce oierllol>ern(> I'harmacy in in 'L.. T.N.. O.ill' not lot '''. UrouL
2nd. An riininancg: providing. for the '\v..J. heal. Supt. Florida llallln'd(11o11w11n1' Ir.1' ..hll.l I 4
111 ) 'er.
KISSU.MKK: ; \: KT..A. .
regulation and insinuation of i-Ui.tii-.il" I. ( '. Hass fhiiirnidn: DESCRIPTION! hla.ldtn.ukl.. ; "., It P
wiring iinil equipment' I the city ofHusimmee. I. ,Ih' I Iv end soar 'I i
nj' rldlnir m very dnrnliln' mid llm.it /Insliln s (II I I II L ,. ,, , t
P. A. MANN AGNEW W It t"KA" 'ORIJ )) I .trNM i Y .
smUal l lnXiJCLinmc I
S nnallty of! rubin r whlc-li m \ < r
ij.itin! the I < porno n 1d, ; V.l lilt:li :rl.wcr l mi small: .* 1
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VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD Storage, Male unil' u-... of gdsiMiti, l>e'nBIIK. l'UIIt.Inn.H wUhmiL nllowlnirtlioalr" ...c.po. '<,
Notice tha thick rubbr d._ .
\Vo li" -\i nhnudmd otleuvnfmmea+ hlIdrILIQlrlen, { 1
.' and 1 n.iptha in the < ity oT KIMMIIHnue . "A" nd pension atrl P.* B"and
I eoneth D. BuUep ] -'Mltitr hatlheirllresluvo olily IMM H "I.II1', nneoIwliv : f
TTOnN'.h.T :: \ I House or In elrholn. w'aMn '1'hry wi.Iorh l no sorts, IhanD "D"alao rim strip "H" i ,
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On motion the above ot/linan. ) (.e.4 werereferred Painting orcllnifr'tln', tho 'iiiinuinrc' ....I.U..Il.lu"III1". 'IM"inirJivi lo prevent rim ...tll ftC. Thla ,
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'+ Se AW ; n liy Hcwrnl luj','rn i,f Ihin", SIKK, lally |in .imn il lira will outlai any other
II : lo the ordinance committee rlcnii I ho.tread 1"ho mRUlnrprllrlof. bean tin, ."_SOFT. ELASTIC and r i
1 QflIPnCItlren$ with re'"HI<| ( I Hint same be I teport-ed at 4 In l (10.(H). in'r imlr. lint forxlM'nlslnx |IMITIIOVY am EAST RIDINCU t .
\ -.-- INntMltnlldingI t lie next meeting. miiklnir A mvelul faclorv 'irlu tu llu rlili( 'r, of only' n 5040-r pair All ordi..rs ..hll'IM'| ||'| d snmi
I KISSIMMET-' FLORIDA Ther-. being, uokothei I I business the Paper Hanging j BARBERSHOPCold day letter: :l4 ncelvid: \\ *lilu: <- O 11 on approv.I'. l 1ou do not pas a a'ul 1 It lOll) \ "m. Y
hero rvamnuMI 1 and found 1 them ul rli'1 llv IIH n tin si n'd.Wn.11 I I.
earned, ,, ailijiurned' to meet Tuesd)'. + IIuw..o.h.1.Oa.1n1' nfhlrrlrl'I lton hr nut,,( lhn ro.ee.ee I IM r pnlr' )..,"'n,1 PULL CASH
-- DecoratingKalsoiniuiiijL wTN ODR n YI.u.see. ; ,, . ; : :; ; unit--a. ;II.: t'1x maph _
t! Mm 2. 1'tll I mturnt-d a OUft KM iir iff tmay n.Min an* eel **'iiwf' i i .ry uF .1nteo.x.'n. Nuam I 0.1'- y mlah i i l"and
: Drinks & mi>iTi r iwnt toup l.Biii>.foBii ID* Imiik. .i7 .I u ,r.k.ra .: r ,IH,11w: will', ; ;
W. H. Makmson. y iwir > .y uu It ml that 1 ) Ile w l n.ee..lrr
W. .
J. THOMPSON t .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .
. 1 i rWorkman5hlp Ci2a.r5-1 ) run lat t rlNttcr all' rand' In.uk Uti- r Iho"I. fin >I u | wrr IIWH! "r M it At prow '
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l'r"N"It.,1.J. I Na IUwthat you *"lhrnI' > w"Ipll tea whnn n n I.l "li'yciu you tlll'" g tvu u. yiturortlrr. N<> .*ut
.IL ( I .+nnd tin a rlal. | nMnr.1 rtnff. hnncvtliiit. mnark.L/.I1m. rir,'r.
Gilbert; krk jO"0. . ...
Ii i Kissimmce- YOU NEED TlRE3dnY'thlv.nalnlnl, o.I.rpnFnnlnOIIFmdrr.".....,..,Mr.iirlr ..,al"Ito,s ap.1ntNFerthnra"N. .., lutnl, ,.ln. ry
FUNERAL DIRECTORand I .. ... .. ... .
iiiii l l >uv or write' for our tilt Tint' acid aundrralaluguurhlek dumriliMikiitl. V0uuo all iiwkiM aol',
I ."",'.uf tlm.al.1Nmt I >..ir Ihe a.n.l)prliwk'

Proceedings[ of Guaranteed, as .. .. DO HOT aAI"'m...-. ....."from"'" 1I..lAllotII.a'......... until rim. DO kaowtb cloy TNINSOP.now and uihrful aer/NO.aIlrynonralwlrof>tfi.r..wi. at 11FLa, ..
Good as the Best.IWEBKING I Itonlroo.... ..ori.|t<>'lnarn...'7th''.... WritoltMOW.J. '


.""{ LICENSEDEMSI\LMER: 'i the.Schaol'Board l.eun14y._ .&.JIIa'.t.UlX AL..am... L. MEAD CYCLE' COMPANY, CHICAGO ILL. I t

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.I .',' ,., .' M. FLORIDA .. Kissimm: :' '. ,, No. 571 -- --- '-'
''Y 1 L inT ..: Fla., Apr. 4, .191 ,... 1 ; Real Estate Agency; t

The Hoard of 1'c blic Instruction met .
T JENKINSVOODIIAM: regular session there heinz present1airman in I ".'..,.,...."..."...,."..,,.", t'A

I also W. C W.Bass J. Sears ch superintendent; E. K. brown !!,i 4 Realty bought and sold. 71

Minutes of las regular session, were | FOR SALESIX { Houses rented. lit I

'. j read and approvJ5. d. Taxes paid and Titles vert, LESS FOR BEST '

;' Surveying and C.as follows Miller county treasurer>,' reported ROOM BUNGALOWWITH 2 ified for non-residents. lit
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fi . Drafting To.;..tr the ction HonoraliU in and Board for for of Osceola Public Co.In-: FIVE CITY LOTS J. surance.Fire Life and-Accident In- p Your Day's Good Work: Depends ;"

i\ . f herewith tender my report as treasurer 4 Indemnity Bonds.
of Osceola county fur the month Upon Your Night's Good Rest r
oC.March, A. D., 1911 : 250 Feet Flout" and 1')4< Feet Deep efFu' V"SFMr"""' wH .

on Corner.

j s..OFFICE IN FRATERNITYIIALLKISSIMMEE To blilafUH nRNRRAL from, ....1 B<"'IIOOI']..>rt, FUND 'I.1 mil '"17 It is therefore essential that
To .In t root from Coin' |p l llicht roilpinit l .I ,In you
FJAW. '"'on in t r.1.I from \\ J. Scare Note book. Iliu' 1s i iTo '
ant received' fiuni Tax C"l I |>ollK blh 271l.ra:4 Deep Well, Gasoline Engineand I have a comfortable, elastic, sanitary felt

: :. A. M. L. CHAUNCEYCONTRAQTOR
'L : .Brl ml(alfl) warrant-I' in j per iNtlo aoM 1 pw1 i 11 I : Pump Tank. mattress.

C. BASS SCHOOL.,8DB-UIBT.' NO 2.
To bill ,Irma I.... r"IM'M.i .10, 17 The Princess
? Water Piped all over the lots. All in
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To amt rucolvvd l ) tax rolluttor4ly U fJ
Rood Condition. Nicely Furnished.
Wholesale and Retail hel"J, ;-ail; :z Mattress
KfHOItl. II. ,e guar-
HUB-HUT. NO -AND
Dealer tr. To hi from .r.
To amt rwoucd IMHC rciforl(roin tax collottor Ih 287 n I. ALL FOR $1,800 IF TAKEN QUICK. BUILDERPlans -- anteed to be made of 01,

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f Fresh Beef Pork and To talADCG}.ly llnlaticeMllool'from h....,". II-1)1X7.rHMirlTo | No.4. I 6:.W It.4 Owner P. 0, Box 5 75.II ::' carefully sanitized . 1 1SAUrr

mnt. rrr ul.llroll1 l Iou <-"III'<',..r 2.\ and Kstlrnalen Furnished '
To amt reed fn.iu Tax material intolayers
Col. tax 7' 57 - -- I FELT woven

\ =- Mutton liy lialmioo .4 ;:1 Satisfaction Ouornnteed ,
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of resilient
1 -- B. C. Miller County Treasurer . MATTRESSnot :{
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i'A PHONE Warrants in the sum of $1.000.0() : B. DICKERSONmakes durable felt that will y.

/' were examined and cancelled in open
t I session as follow: Nos. 103: KM, 105, the best bilildinK, blockin ;.

l' KXj( 107. 108, 109 111. 112, 116, 117, .130 the South. They are made lump, pack down or become hard. r.' .

138. 140 141, 144, 16Q, 151, 'j5>.. out of Lake Weir Sand-coarse S.11.BUROCK
Osceola TitleGuarantee Hills' were approved and warrants issued and sharp-defy comparison. IH
as follows: Fared half and half and waterproof '
mattress for which are required to $15 /
Will build you pay or
W J. H.. you a concrete -
11rs'slsfy shpt.| $I/M11N1'
W: IV < hnniUiT; M H, P. I !'u :INII house and guarantee it to REAL ESTATE less. :The Price III( The Princess is $10.
1)I Company -. IHr: <>" li. M. U I'. I .. uu bot water proof and damp proof ".e..e..aattte.ett..eNINSURANCE only
Y II. t \lllltr. <' ; \$ y lM/tlc, prlulliiK :t Snilttl, JMllu) : ,r HI hool 11 Ml. Ill) Shelves. .
dp H. M I. Eva: "'. Halnry school I I i',1" it' mattresses for more than 22 years. We put all oi our
G. P. GARRETT Manager. M ,IHB ,Vlmiiui l.dtutr Mil INIM I Works on rumination
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experience, expert workmanship ;
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Taxes paid for uon-re. )dents Mkw rilua. MI K< non' .111411, ( Corresoondence Solicited
) M ma Mary .Itrvitu. .11 l wlMrM i 60 nights'guarantee. II dealer can't
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Instruments relating to estate h lt. your supplyyou
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MlH M"ml. \\ ,...'lull III II"| .', ..... < "... write us. and we will arrange for one to be sent
Solicited. M ,IKK Lllitlll, ))HI. lit.I "mi' 1 yI '. N''N'r, : ; ,_.. w.1tI'IIrouaN' '
rile' Mn,fhlt* .\lil,.rinnii, .1. IMl) : '1.'r'oI' R. S. RAINS to your door, express prepaid
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Miss I 1..0 |lawn MI 'H) t"'VK N :: : (f*
MlaM4u 1 K* li rp" IMAx.M II.M .r..l Tile GhoUtln Sanitary Felt the acme of excellence
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I cut and make 'clothes to a Nobet\er.'D'IJ'pclce. --y
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Gerry I'Milifntl x. 2 :Jll 0"rmnHt4 I I'fHM -.. r ., nlunlcd U- GHOLSTINCUNNINGHAM
W .rlltm N.... 10'r 00OHCM MMI South. My place of business in in rear ..
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is located in-the hilly region of Pascoand, Hill'sborough Counties.. The 4p: \. Morn than Two Hundred families have come here from other
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1 I railroad depot as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line railroad (III I ,....",., Colonies in this state and have bought here and the most of them i.J

: V is 1 57 feet above sea, level. Manyot the surrounding hills: rise 1 / have built and are'well pleased. Over l.OOO heads of families .

1 I : to over 250 feet above sea level, and there is not a st.eep'or abrupt , have bought here 'representing probably 5.OOO people. 'There is ',

i : V hill anywhere. The soil is a reddish yellow or' chocolate colored no "Dickers Association" and the Colony is not on' the defensive / .N'
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loam. In many places/cJay and rock croo out" No more productive_. against complaining Colonists. The Colonists are satisfied and t
J' l- upland soil can be foundXw the state. Corn has been known" to yield contented.. 'f

., over 40 bushels per acreVwhile the common yield of potatoes is from j / ZephyrhillsXJs a regular station, on the main line of the Seaboard s' f

4 200 to 500 bushels per are Eggplants Onions Cabbage Toma- I' Air fine ra road. The'station is still known as Abbott. All .. F

toes, BeaYis) Tobacco, and In fact all farm products do well on this I trains stop here arid one may go from here into New York City $

** soil. It is the perfect soil for peaches, plums and pears: excellent] i without change of car Only <38 miles by rail from TafnpaT pere 4\

for oranges and grapefruit. : the Mallory S. S," rom- ew; York) make regular weekly trips. Also

.: No state iu the Union can boast of better water. The. water 1 the I6outhen S, S. lie nom.; Philadelphia have docks and make '
bearing rock is quartz, hence< no i Anpnnties in the water. It is found I regular trips. Also stbamerconnection.with Mobile and New Or- w ','

: after passing through yellow or reddish clay and flint rock from 30 to leans Thee is no doubt but what this is the beet Colony in the 1'

't 80- feet. rising in the wells to within 15 to 30 feet of the surface. : State in which to locate.. .
trace of lime sulphur, salts or' other mineral can be det cted. I ,
Not a I TYou can buy a B-acre: tract of land and receive with It a town lot for $75 cash ; or, for $82.BO payable ;,\
.' I It has been analyzed and pronounced "Pure Water. $7.SO cash and $ off your land. Title sound ; possession Immediate end absolute.
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'J' NoticeNolit \ I Notice. V Order Publication. Sate lying of and Florida being, to-wlt in the:: County of One cola. WILL YOU LET 20 CENTS: A DAY STAND ,

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}; *. .IsherebyI veuW SH I' M< ulloillfh, :Sot tee la hereby given that lire uil<...''II'.OO' In the t.lrcIIH.'ourl or Oaceola County, Floridain List Fifteen of Blork Two Hundred and
of (Orlando Klorliln.. o. M<.\rurv>'. of N<" 6M' will apply to the Lcgi'hlatureof' Florida, to T..enly-D..e, of Uie Town ot M. Cloud, OttceolaCounty
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liruadway New Yurlt New VVrL.. ( hnrl.t. A, "convene in TaJlahHKKre lu Anrllof. Ilila yew, pan, a Corporation.' Complainant, va, The Florida.. according! to the plat of sad II BETWEEN YOU AND A HOME?
Ward vt KlkHhmiiee, rlorldo I and ...,-urle 13.Mi for the i>nnh.Ke of ah act prohibiting flxhinR Ii) I FlorUlit Southern Railroad" Company, a Coo- town, recorded In the office of the Clerk of the
.. ,of ."! to .11 din water. of Oxxwla county during Ilia moiitUs
txK r Toludo. Ohio < puraounIntoreHted 1 L porallon Frauk Q. Brown Trustee and'XFraak Circuit Court of Oaceola County, Florida. Aim
la or having lieu upon the property of February MarchJuly and Auan.i of any i'' Q. Brown and all peroons;, .. claiming: asInttrratiu Lots Thirty'two and Thirty-three ot'8 cUon You can buy t
herein described, lhat March. with seine or net., or by nhoullng, gigging -
ouUiuJMi'dUajrcjt year any described Thirty-two Township Twentv" South Mange
I the property (,a this bill ... ,/
1911,'Florida Kant Cot RallwayCorpany. filed or with any other devico{ also) prohibiting of complaint Dofondauti., Thirty-one East In OMeola County Florida.. r
-;-, I> inuus Circuit Coqrt 01 the B .enth Judicial fishing during the. other mouth ul the 'en To the K-orU 'Suulheru! Railroad Company. You are there Tore required to appear to the $1.000.-tt.- .
Circuit o( Florida In.and fur Oaceol. County with a w4o loastlian four aisle half inch ( \ Bald action on the Rule Day In Maj' lull\, the '
reefing:: HOME''a
:" II* petition necking to tekQ., by right of eminent mesh stretched except the IKK In aDd -wingsof This'callH coming on to be heard upon the game being tberflrtt day in May, 1911 : rtid thatIn ;
.. donMlu, the follow lug doairiVod property far amid seine which shall not exceed seventy i motion of the complainant for an orderol pub1".llou default thereof Judgment will be entered
.. right at way fur the raliruaul of rid |4>Uttou...rtowll five foci ID length; ciao rwitilrKiK. a Ilranae atlw I \ for service on thedefetidaut.The. against you.Witne . only
.,..'of" uldr.I I !iily-flv" dollar to flab with aeetue (roiuresl'IfiiUof ; Ida Southern Railroad ConipauT. n corporation| !"fl my hand and Heal thin 4th day of .
7W) feet the county and fifty doll am from I April A I). 1'Jll. I V
1\ Aright ( rw.yuuehuudred ) I UDd..II..Ia". of the Sate of Florida; and It ,'
'lining Illty ('MI) fee( an >..< h Hide of the cralreline non rent. .1'11\10 ot the county. alld exempting. ai>1..llIlIlbllt tbe, security ln\uHUuent Com c. F. VRE1'ATT.Sheriff 5 per cent .
c' of mild right| t o< way "s now located and Lukes Tohopckallga 'and rant Tohoprkapga. ) | many. the Complainant. has luHllluUxl: null and of. OBCixila County, Florida simple interest
slaked through the lands uf kaftt I j. II. HcCulloutfh from the 1 provltilorH of acid. net filed Its bill of complaint In the Circuit Courtof Vans Agnewa A "raw ford. f
ami Haiti J o McCrorey" d..Hi rlbt-d asfollowa C. B. ACKKF.Klasimmee Oweola County.Florida, ngainntThe Florida Attorneys for plaintiff. ,I
FU., Feb.,11, lull. 8'9t ,, l6-4 w
Southern l Railroad Company a corporation I
The Weal half of W eat halt of boclion 8li", (O.; Frank and Went half ol' WeHI hull of HeclUiu Kevin ((7)) Notice of Attachment.In all perMiiiiH claiming. nu /interest In the property NOTICE.Notice giving you TEN AND.A HALF YEARS to pay back the loan. Can t J
In townablp Twenty-five (25) South KanfThlrtT | Circuit Court. Tlh Judicial ('I red it of .Klorl.U in the MIld bill of complaint described the IB hereby given that. at the see ton of payoff the loan aa soon aa you like, Stopping Further Interest, r
VV V three (K.11: Eanl. and the 8 .at <|U.r' lu and for Onceola Countv Mary Pannier uaiiive and residences of whom are to tbe corn- the LeglHlature of the Slate ol Florida and '
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n tarot the Houlhea quarter ol Setllon Twelve and her bu11.1. va. Robert B. \\ allaioe To plaiuaut unknown, for the purpose| of rcmov for jell, at Tallabaitaee.. application will be
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((12)); and. the Kant" half of Norlhoast quarter and Robert B. W.lU,e> efeudant> and all oilierVITKODB 1 Ing the clouds upon the title of the complain made. for the paesageof a la,'" for creatiiig and Our\ plan will help you to payoff that Mortgage or Buy or Build ,
Northeast. quarter of ,Southeast quarter| and IntoreHtod' iTi xhe ..bov.. eutnletlcauitu But tot lie lauds. described" in the bald bill ; and establishing a drainage dlatrlct Id and for the i a Home. Why Pay Rent Write us for literature explaining! our J
South (half of Southeast quarter of Section or )any of tbe land* hereinafter di It appearing Hither, that a ubioena| was duly valley of the. upper Bt Johnn River, embracing! II proposition in detail. /
'' Thirteen ((13)); North ball of N'orthwwl quarter, scribed: Issued out of the aald Court directed to the de- f>orttona of Volusia, Orange, Brevard, Osoeola, )
t Boiithwost, quarter of Northeast qinirU-r. Went You will lo"ollt- that on the I6thdayuf fendaiit. The Florida Southern RallroadCoinpuny. .
and Bt. Lucio Counties Fkn-lda. and providing
half of riontheaet quarter and Houth..H t quarter .' October ll0] cult was" Instituted againht you B8 |prayed In said bill, and thai the. Raid for issuing of bonds upon the land of the said S'I'ANa .E .Ra" : :: 303acE: : OO'b4J.A.NrCURRy'eUiLDINGI : :
TWOOI,. W In the Circuit Court; of the 111 the hands of the Hherlflof
of Sonthwent quarter of f-octlon I Robert B. eileee subpoena wa4 placed drainage district for the IBid purponea. - TAMPA. FLORIDA
four (24).d) : Northwest quarter of Northeast 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and for Clue- said Oxceola County and by said 8herlf returned lot!' \N A. Beady and AaHorlatea.W. I .
quarter and E....t half of Northwest Runner ota County, In attachment by Mary Vnnnler and< hncauHe Ibo same could not be served, II I II -
Northoaat quarter of Buuthwcat quarter and I her huxband Henry Vaouler, and that writ of owing to the failure of the Raid corporation to I C. A- CARSON President IS. C. BRYAN, SECRETARY:
South half of Southwest quarter ol Bullion attachment dated October h'". 1'JIO was .liwuedby elect, au> officers or appoint aay aKeiU8, and 1
T eotylI.e ((2T) ; and North half of Northwest the Clerk o4 the Circuit Court under the. neal further because the only known ofllcera and
quarter, Southwest Qu.rterol Northwest" quarter of said Court on said October :ii'.lh, 1SI1C, and under agents of/ the said corporation have been absent G. HANKINSBroker 1 The Waters & Carson
and Went b.lof: Southwest quarter of keotlon and by virtue of raid writ of attachment 1 from the Slate of Florida for myrethaD .
Thirty-nix: ( l4)). TO\o.hlpTweuty-nVt.(: .>) have levied upon the follow lug described,) lots,, six ((6)) months tontinuouHly before. the IsNuiiiu
South, lange 1'hlrl-lwo ".12)) Eaat.; weld i en I reline tracts or pnrcelx of land sit te. lying andbring of the said writ.Wherefore and Manufacturer's
being also further described tee commeDc- in the Cbuuty. of Oscuola and Btate. of It la hereby ordered, adjudged I
N i ;" log at point op the North line of "Section SI* Florida to'wit: and decreed that th... said. the >lorida bouthrii Agent i Grocery CompanyI
+S ((6)), Township Twenty-fiv. ((2i:! ) South, UanguThrtylbre An undivided, onc.half, interest south half Railroad a corporation, ortfaulxcd and ex- Kissimmee Florida. 1
t ( ((18): V..t.ln OmeolaCounty) FlorIda of Hectlon t eoly-.even ((27" south .half or Sea i4ing.udef" the lawn of the !State uf Florida,
one thouaaud. (10001( ) feel from the. N orlb- ion twenty-eight ('.!M), aoutbeaht quarter off bu and it la hen)' required to appear to the Show :Cases, Fixtures, Safes.. I I I and Retail DealersinGRO'Cc.RIES'-
west corner of said Section SIx ((0)), thnuee 9l south tbreaCndegreea, thirty (301) minutes Weal. south half of section thirty three (1ti: ), Section miut Company and de/end the Maid suit of the Typewriters .
three thousand HOIXl(: ) feet to Station Nu Hto ofaid thirty-four (.4)), and nurthwe quarter of Sec complainant at the office of the. Clerk of the Coniputing_ \ Scales and Office
r. st \ right or way; theuuo southeleven ((11)) dofreea tlon thirty.Are ((3f.), all in TownHhlp twent- Circuit Court of said Onceola. County, Florida,, Devices.,
Went twenty-might thousand three hun live (ir>) south of Range thirty one .11): ) Kant at KlaHlmmee. Florida on Monday, th. .&lh day Filing ;
dred ((28,:100)) feet to Station No 17:10: of said You are, therefore, required to appear to the of June A. 1>. 1911; and tlitt.tthl onlefbo pub-
right of way" ; thence South twe thousand live .aid action on the Rule Day iu_Mftl....hill\ .lio. halted once a week J or the apace of two ((2] SPECial AGENT FOR i 1----. - -
hundred ( .'MO) feet to the South line of and, In same being the lot day! of Way, lull, aud that "coon toWeyaWblbdayofJttuc" .A ...D-1 - Lewis Vpchureh Co., WE SELL WE BUY
trroSonthweit.quarter. of Southwest quarter of 14 default thereof judgment will\ be entered I'lll\ |in the Klmiinmeo Valley.aiettf, a weekly
Heotio'n Thlrty-Bix'' ((36)) lu Township Twent- againxlyou! ueuapaper of general circulation) pufclUlied In Wholesale Grocers l Hay and. Grain

five South Range! Thirty-two, ) Reel.t liiieaa my hand end Kfil this !Butb day of Jan said Onefola County Florida. and I .. HIDES
ucryAtD. 1911. I I'OIM-' and ordered. al1\\l..ml. in the <,onnty ol HAY. .
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a Also tract 6'ly'IoO( ) feet wide adjoining the KINGAN & CO., Packing House Products
1 .. C. F PREVATT. bade, and State of Florida' thin the \lit b day ofMarch ;
the South GRAIN
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East of 9nrlloo Thirteen Sheriff Osceola County. A. p, 1911.U"t Prices sa Applk.tlo. Tout Orders Solicited I i FURS
half of Southeadtquerter! '
BeicR Palmer I MISOR S. JOJIl-S.Judiie FERTILIZERS
((13), la Township Tenty-flve ((25)) I South Attorneys Flaiullffn : WOOL'SHINGLES
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to said petition now.on file herein Notice of Publication. I \ j AND

r ,Now, therefore. you and i.t'h of yon, and allperionn Department of the Interior I'. 8 Land Office at I In the County; ( Court of Oaceola County ORANGE BOXES
Interested In or baMng lleua urjun ...ld I aliieavllla, Florida, March (R, l 1911 l 1. Florida.-Wntirn 4 Canon Grocery Company Sprigg FlemingCLEANING I ALL 1
irvf. t hereby noliflnd and comhianded' Notice> I" hereby liven that George W. Ferticof v>, W. (J King.-To W. G- King, Defendant, ORANGE WRAPS
to propertyare be and appear U our said Circuit Court on Whittler, Florida, who, on September lIl. and to all persons. Interested In Ibo above en.: COUNTRY '
1 the Brut Monday In May, 1911, being tin flrat 1906 made Ilameatead ntry: No. 872f11.llteri.1\ titled cause, or any of the land heretnifteideactibed. I PRESSING I VEGETABLE' CRATES \

- day of,std. month and then and there to show No" 04J22.'! ) for Sontbeaiit quarter section S2, 1
what 1..lere.t.lI.ny. yon have in said above township 81 south range 84 eaut TalUhaasea Yon will" take notice that on the 4th flay; 01'I DYEING cad CRATE NAILS PRODUCE

described. property, aad to show cause, If any Meridian baa filed notice of Intention to make April 1911, suit w.a Instituted against you., W,. .... I
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why the amt should not be taken by the final commutation, proof, to establish claim to G. King In the'County Court of Oaceola County
Florida, In attachment, by Waters ACaraoiOrocery l '
: V petitioner for' the uses and purposes act forthIn the land above described, before the Florida Clerk of Company, a Florida corporation, anthat <]I ,We sell field and garden seeds of all kind." .
be barred.Wltneu the Circuit Court at Klaalmmee on
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petition writ of attachment, dated April of 1I11t.Clalm.nl a
Arthur k. Donegan Clerk of still the UMh day April word ,at my house and clothe! f
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'- Court and the seal ef Mid Court this 23rd daypf < will be called lor and returned
. Smith of Whlttler, under the seal of aald Court on April!1 I
March, lull of Whittler, Florida. John Free delivery city limits. 'Phone No. 12,
( : .' I, ARTHUR E. DOSBQANT, Florida W. hlttlar, of attachment J hare levied upon the followlni Satisfaction Guarantee agents fertilizer
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18n(ISE.A.LI) County, Florida. Henry 8. Chubb...Jlefister. described iota, trectaorpareelrof land, altuati. and prices on fer mters. i,
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.' miles, looks like a new one and runs sold tor 65c net of
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1 i A..M. FOR fresh fish, phone the Hull Base Rolled Edge, 'halt per r.
. 'OHNIN.II" better, has top, windshield, speedo Market No. 189. 19-t 6; during this sale,.per set ... .THEAVV -,. .,46d
Piano Prelude. . meter, eight day' clock, chimes horn I
.. Dpxolpcy and'Invocation.AnthJm metal. oT-bo' extra shoes, 6se' GET If. N. BRATTON to drive" you CUPS AND SAUCERS .

t.. .. .. -"Hail! Mighty Victor!" extra tubeJiM I sell or trade for artesian wells 43-tf Same ware as heavy plates. Want to reduce stock on these '

: Hymn. 139\ -"King of. Glory I.Reign Forever!" town property. -Address, E. M. F., FOR dressed poultry, phone the Roll goods. Regular price 76c per set of 6,now . . . . 57c %

,, Scripture r/sson,. Ootha,-,Fla, . X 10"tf _Baaa_ Market. No. 189, 19-t -
Prayer.." : KING Quality shoes for 'Ynen 'at Cash SEASONABLE SrPRE"KISSIM EE
fruits and vegetable
; 1 "Offertory"Consider the Lil lies.SentionS Store. N. 1-tf THE CASH HARDWARE
li.: "The Power of the Hellllrrecti
Invitation JIG -"Crown him'' CHOICE: CITY LOTS for saleNat low MUTTON, fresh, fat and\ fine,at the .

prices., See or write H. Flerninxfor Rull Bass .Market, phone 169./ 19tf .
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B. P.U. :4r -e ,
particulars.,' fI . ;
WOOD, per strand, $1.25; five strand .... '- . --. j
EVENING SERVICE. ..7:15.: I FOR HONEST and square deals in all y$5.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co, 29-ti

Song Service. kinds of real estate, call on or write. .
. 137-''All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" "W. H. Farmer, Box :'l"J 16-tf SITAJSJIBARGER, Orlando, for bicycle 1
155- "Holy Ghost; with Light Divim435 -. i : andXmindrles. 25 wheels from $6.50 ,
1 >- 'Am I a Soldier of the Cross." FOR SALE-Six full bred bird dogs,, up'to>i<> for new. 12-7tpd Country Property For Sale'r

Scripture Reading.. -,- ,- only a few weeks old. Harry Dale, CARPENTMfi JOHING and repairing. .
0 \ ::84- "JesuH, Savior. Pilot Me. Kisninunf-e. Fla. 16-tf Good work.XSee James, Church St. --. \

i Prayer. i 'I j f FOR SALE -1000:" ((cypress- fence- posts near Main St. v 46-tf.. |- .75 acres of land-five ifliles from Taft, in Orange County, Florida '..'J

SermonSul Offertory 323-"Why Happy Join pay.the Church" I within city l limits. A. U. Jarrell: i ERNEST L. GREEN. SIGN WRITER" **wrr5jicres of grove, part in good bearing, balance just. beginningto .

: Kissimmee Drug Co. 162tp3FOR Sign, Auto bear 15 cultivation 40 fenced for pasture; .small
Invitation 342- "Take My Life" ., I Carriage Painting I ;, acres in ; acres
vRKSPONSIVB i guarantee all work. 1>et me figure house I large barn extraordinary fine land $2250.00. ''I
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t- i bargains in resident property, ] with that jobT R O'Box _
RKADING- ,
f: truck lands and'oralige groves call on j 139, Kissimmee, Fla. > 16-t 10 acres of land a mile and a quarter from railway station two
Now if Christ be preached that he rose from the dead 11. M. Breaker. KUsimmee. Fla. 4-tf
how say Home among you that there is! no resurrection ; : ROGER fESr W T care a ftilHm o of miles from town of 25(>(0) people; less than quarter mile from school i

of the dead? FOR SALE"Q' Florida''raised Pony. groceries, and our stuck is alw&vs and church, in good neighborhood: about one-third in, grove of fine- S i

lint if there be fcsiirrerlifu r>f the dead, lien i H. Fleming. Bl-tf fresh. City deliveESTv* Edick & bearing trees; large stable and shed l. well of good water. I Fine loca-/
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I : O'Brien. < ?
/. (Christ! not riser.EI SEE King Quality shoes before buying -- -- - -- -- 15-tf tion for home; vejy cheap for quick buyer. ,- .

EI And if Christ he not; risen, then is our preaching vain Cash Store. 1-tf 1 ANYON E anywhere can start a mail
-- -- - 600 feet
station has
Qp 22 acres of tend two miles from railway over f
faith is also vain. order
and your SEVERAL GOOD WINDMILL outfits | business at home. No canV'8llsIng. -
? V' )'ru. ante front; about 7 acres of grove COIs stingoforang..s. grapefruit S ,k f'

. because :i'(" 11t/1' teslijieii 'l (ip
2-tf. Lockport. N. >T ,, housbvtwo beautiful view of lake and town. Thisis
aft Christ. Tn-haHi he rnlarJaol H/. if co'e hat ---- --- room porches the .
-- --
,, the drag "i.\" ""I. i I IF YOU WANT furnished rooms for IF YOU WANT SCREENS see OsceolaI an excellen ropos.ition beeause the 'land in of \the finest quality of

For if the dead rise not, I then is not Christ raised ; light housekeeping, write orgcall on' I Lumber Co They make them any hammock and exHa gpod for J'oth farming and citrus fruits and

1".1( //" Christ l>f nut rii\f/, ,runr/uilh i'aiti.. W. H. Farmer the square dealer in',I 1 size and kind you want.and make them already has three flexing wells. Party can get returns! from both
all kindaof city or country property to fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf
vf 'are ,iv/ in yourW/ ". Box 322. .;. 16-tf oranges and trucking'w thin valuable place. Owner doesn't live
Then: they al"Q() which are fallen asleep in Christ ares i ? ,, AN intelligent person may earn $100 here and is willing to sell at less than real value.
lH'rishpl. 'Ol( SALE-A3-roomhackell, :Sporches monthly corresponding for newspa-

//// ibis /{'/'' ""Ii'(1;" ', hope in C/tn\f. :tr' 3 lots! l 150x147( feet 4 orange trees, i i I pers. No canvassing. Send for par. We have 11.22 acres of lanHsimrtly in the corporrte limits of Kjs-
; "I/.ab/ the bt'st1.11 in Kissimmee; on Hugastreet I'" tieulars.. Press Syndicate, B 2245:! which is line rich trucking Ilmd."t
are i>f all lit if "<>sI ,' simmee, about one-third or more C
and Lilly ave C. II. Campbell Lockport, N.Y.
But now i is Christ risen from the dead, and become the i owner. 13-4t-pd: I I i, __ '_ _ very productive and ready to plant tb. crops; balance splendid grove \

tirstfruitH of thrrn that slept "MOX'' our new health drink, is a land partly covered wish pine timberrid I laid out'lo town lots for . )
/'HIincf l>v r/riTft ennte de"Ih. '/<.v man, emfie oleo IF YOU WANT CREENsP: (> Osceola l splendid spring tonic, as well as a # .
the resurrection ,/0.1 Lumber Co. They make them any pleasing and satisfying beverage. quarter of a mile beyond -this place. Splehdid neighborhood and a
ofr
size and k ind you want and make them We also serve all the other popular pretty place to live. Five-room house, chicken yiirdn, etc. Can be
F..rlM/ in Adam all die, even'so in Christ l I shall all !be'made i to fit. Give them trial. 7-tf drinks. and ice
alive. 1 Cor t''i -' -s.' .a O'Brien. cream. Edick & bought if taken at once for J12M), half cash baTbnce on time.

v PIT GAMES Forty, hens at $1.r.O() each; 15-tf
because
-- Park best HUSH uiL
--- .Gardenlots; are selling to out; purchasers
1 --- --- V two cocks, f.S.IXI( ( each; two stags, '
i HEARTY WELCOME .TO ALL $2..r t, each. E. R. Bagby (;otl1a, FOR RENT'DWELLINGS ; it lies close to town, near a loading station, is ru the artsian/

i'i'A }Florida. 6-tf belt where fine flowing wells are a certainty, BO taut the 'ind can be '

IF-YOU WANT- SCREENS; see Osceola. for rent apply to M. Til moistened at any time desired I and i is such rich land that it\ ill pro-
ler.FOR( .
Lumber Co They make them any due with less I or".follrth the fertilizer that pine. lands require.

3TFlorida st/.e and kind you want and make themto f RENT A luite of rooms, corner In fact mar crops are I grown on these lanes! without any fertilizer
Maps. fit. Give; them a trial. 7-tf Main and Oak streets. Mrs. E.Plumm..r. ,, ).
: whatever. Can be bought on easyterms and these lands are e
of the
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Proceedings Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley BEAUTIFUL PINEDALE Th',9 5- \ 11-tf kind to grow in value and pay large returns on the'irweHtment.. \ -
Gazette office a pocket map of Florida acre lots in Pint-dale, have advantagesof FOR RENT. Five room'cottage in daft eulars to interested parties. '
( will IM mailed to any address in the location, splendid soil, unit' theyare Lily's addition; good flowing \well;
r County Commissionerscontinued United States. We can also furnish (rowing in value. Let us show $Hj per month. See R. Glover oiVthe 40 acres quarter mile from railroad station, ,, g ood house anil fine :

I maps of Osceola county at 81 each and you. Nelnon Realty Co.: 13-tf premises. 14-3: KjxlWANTED land; cheap. Let us tell you about it. Also 4O) acres thn-e"mile from

I will be glad to estimate on sectional mapsof FOR SA LE Twelve acre orange and'' with small ;! another 41)) the locate
I town grove.-an'd nearby> ; just place to -
[ from page 2)) j any kind grapefruit grove about three miles'' ..
j some-neighbors who desire to live clov together.Many .
feiture fund; flt no time would any of I from Ki8immee, on railroad. Will
+! these funds have been in bud flhar>". I sell at a bargain. Address W. II. WAN7 ED A number of young, cows other bargains of merit and all kinds of safeand, profitable

Pension application of Robert B. i C I Arnold, Kissjmmee, Fla. '. 41-tf i and heifers. State what you have investments. Y
Savage was filed; and the clerk wainstructed ..USEFENO.LE : and price. New Eden Plantation Co.
.1 d box :U78, l to write to the cqpiptroll! FINE LITTLE HOME IN THFCITYWe : .- ---- -

with reference to the previous one ap-t I have about> 'j acres fine littleplace
V WANTED Large tract df land ineither
t proved. clone in and splendid for truck-' Lake, Polk Osceola ..;.. .' Nelson Realty CompanyOVER
Orange
a e Chairman E. L. Lesley. reported, that.1 ing and chicken raising 5-room house, t'ounti"Iwith goof; or
Mr. J. S. Stratton who has the con good water. A valuable place owned facilities for colonization I transportation CITIZENS; BANK KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
tract fgrttthe building of toe road from II by a Kansas man who will sell at purposes.
Address
L Roclar care Valley Gazette
Whittier, to Bassinger stated to him reduced price. It will pay you to investigate I -
iil'r that he would have the road complete To exterminate Bed Bugs,. this. Nelson Realty Co. 13 13-tf: ,.

before the next meeting of the board; Roaches. Moths,Ar1b, Mos- WANTED-Refined couples or gentlemen -'

and asked ,that a warrant be drawn for) quitoe F1ea. and all class CITY PROPERTY-Three fine cement I! for several:nicely furnished ;;4vms44r ; .. ..... ; .
;, cottages, 5 rooms with bath.just *# .. ...*.' *.*. 44** 4IF**
with bath the .
the balance'due, and left with the clerkto .rooms; : best meals the .
J'x' be turned over to him upon' the completion ot vermin.To completed and very pretty best of market can afford.--QyinH-; .l\f ain and :
of the work. The board( .ordered material used! lathed and' plastered 1'arilic street. . 50-tf( '
the warrant to be drawn, and in. kill l and prevent Ticks; instead plastering on stone makes Ai ..V.. V\',\:,
Fleas Ucma tdFlies them ab olut(>ly dry. Will sell for IP YOU HAVK!: well located land or a :
atructed the clerk to turn this warrant ,.. on f Ideal r
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AOJ" good business for sale at
ten over acceptance upon the presentation by the road. superintendent of'a writ-- Animals I fr"' . other.91,600 each Might for rent two one and ortwoof$1,850 for them." the reasonable price proposition, write me at once .i Summer. Fertilizing: 't

of this work. To kill and Fleas Nelson Realty Co. 13-tf enclosing self addressed stamped envelope V. :.
I I prevent '
for reply, (owners only)). Ad' f
The clerk was instructed to give notice lice and mites on Fowls. FOR SALEBearing Orange Grove, i i7PO dress J C. Koss, 816 Second Avenue : Oranges GrapefruitTangerines :

through the local newspapers; trees! SOrcres, 14 acres fenced, South, Minneapolis, Minn. 14-41 t
that/ the board, at their June meeting, To prevent the spread tit hamimnrk|, pine, marsh and prairie I -'. ...L-- : {
would take under consideration the
land 'cottage and house.
erection of the new jail. contagious diseases.To Next year's crop estimate at 6,000 |I : "More Fruit--More Money" #& : :
There being no further business, the \boxes. Cash or terms
} disinfect Bath and 1m),OOO( ACRES at $4.00 in the :
board adjourned to meet in Toilet 1
again regu Owner, Box 345, Kissimmee.
r ? lar session. Rooms, Sinks, Waste Pipes, Addrels// famous Kissimmee Valley, bordering :;; is the title of our new citrus book which will be sent free on request : f

; E. L. Lesley, Chairman. Garbage Pails, Cellars Ken- FINE LITTLE FARM-Forty on Lake Okeechobee and It is "righi hip-to-date'' and written from a grower's view-point. :
,
Arthur E. land of mile :
kf Donegan, Clerk. good quarter a from! sta-
-- -- -- nels, Stables and Fowl tion, 5 miles from Kissimmee, hun- Kissimmee River. IDEAL FERTILIZERS and IDEAL METHODS are not new. Their : .

i! ;:a:i The Kissimmee'Library.. House dred 15 acres yards in from cultivation school, several and church nice, 25,000 ACRES- CUT OVER 1 I value has been proven by years of field work, but there always are : )It'",

1 The Kissimmee 'Library offers to its TO INSURE YOURSELF orange trees, most all good orange land at $6.25, on A. C. L. R. R. : new points of Interest to growers, which should be considered. .: 4

subscribers a list of over four hundred land, balance fine'trucking land, some Splendid citrus fruit land. M ONWARD and UPWARD is the IDEAL!: motto. .We put forth all : !
PERFECTION OF HEALTH splendid timber and place to (mild .
a f
1l, which books by you the have best the authors privilege, any of or reading all of up a nice grove and good hope, 4- -OTHER COLONY TRACTS800 i our energies to give the RIGHT : i

t for only $2, which secures a single Fenole i* used with a sprayer. room house, pretty location, on the I i SERVICE : )
membership, or $5 for a family mem Jacksonville and Tampa automobile ACRES AT BASSINGER QUALITY PRICE
*' 1 route. Price $1,600, time on rart if. in Osceola of :
bership. C pL French the librarian; County. Prospects
For Sale by YOUR DEALER or desired. Nelson Realty Co. 13-tf i
will the issue above you a'membership card for direct if he can't supply you. "- -- - soon being a railroad town. i Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., i. t
amount in State
Bankbuilding.. Library quarts, 75c; Half Gallons, $1.00; FOR SALE-Splendid little horn just Splendid opportunity, this to .. j
L1 8-tf outside the limits in Eure .
Gallons $2.60 50c. city a Ad-
; Sprayer, make a nice turn in real estate. : Jacksonville Florida.- .
--- -- dition; east front hou, e surrounded f J

". Manufactured by beautiful young pines/ rom 30 to .. ; I
f Notice. only 'by 40 feet high, large plat of ground 126 J. M. WILLSON, JR., .....................'............... ..*.............

The KUsimmee Ice and Cold FENQLE CHEMICAL CO. x270 feet, plenty of Kom for grove, Kidfeimmee' Fla. r.
Storage ,
1 chicken yards, trucking, etc; fine
.Company has decided to discontinue r.
l 8 delivery wagon on Sundays. Parties its Tampa Florida breeze from the I lee, land lies high I __. --....
view of the lake, look .
can
wishing ice however can secure it by 16-4t splendid HOME FOR SALECor.
all the and the NICE CITY
(h over city see cars. running -
calling at the plant before 10 o'clock
tS M F' Sunday. mornings. : miles for a distance the most of nearly healthful two I 100 UVE SANDHILL CRANES I The Florida (Grower r.
; portively
r R. T. Butler President. Verona street and Or- .
place, with prettier surroundings I Wanted for Zoological Parka.Will i
14-4t SECONDHAND than anything near here; just the pay tin apUra for thr.o bird If you have ange avenue, lot 7Oxl4O. folk.For trurkitraanrt who fruit ar>.w..r.. For I "
I west to know
about
i GOODS place for anyone in poor health- none the n..'ow.HUi. nome let me youag nuffift telrda' that that you are secure. hatchedthin from 6-roony\cottage.\ stable and Ida weekly 'l.)0ur( veer; month Flr .......
Bungalow f for Sale: could hardly help from getting strong : inrtnit, take them home, and raise them chicken house. Price 1800, .ly. Z'w send. tae( (or a ten Issue trialubMrlptlou. I .,z.-
Bought Sold and Exchanged. and well; full particulars to interested until they, are old enough ta nhio nest fall.I Snappy. &.ht.CU n. "
A brand new four room bungalow, Also a urge stock of Windows parti s. We also have some fine Iota, I alao want Fax Hqurrl. and tame Otters.H. i can remain on mortgage.
deep well, splendid water, large lot .CECil EIEICNLeleaid.a lilMl. ...l. C. IMt I THE FLORIDA UROWER8OO
j ,
and Doors Porch Column etc. high and dry, 63 feet wide in Eureka HARRY W. THURMAN, OwnerTHE
Florida Avenue.
t for sale cash Tampa. Fie.
; spot 8800r
Addition, prices run from $65 to $85 j
Come in and before BRATOI KISSIHHEE, FLORIDA
40-tf C. A. CARSON. ee n* baying
each on terms of $5.00 cash and $5.00
I. ..
The Home ManTakes I
-- ==v'-----.c- : Bakery _
per rnenth until paid for'without Interest -
One Dollar Saved' One Dollar
.cl f Old newspapers for sale at this office fine place for delightful
Made. Let Us to we ; a MdC.A.LLJST..EeH:1.aa1.zo.rnee I The Florida
prove you Grower will furnish mailing .
L.
i f home; might deal one or more for a
a b+ 1--__ can save them for you.OPPo8ITi''P this opportunity toTthank
good saddle horse or a combination : : : : 9S cards free to all desiring to help
(< Citation the for
: v Administration.la a TO""ICE saddle-afid driving horse, will give good people of this city

1 Court of the Count Jodr a..Stet.oFtogd., splendid deal, will also take in baggy their liberal patronage and would 'X7ell ODrlller boost Florida on Post Card Day,

'.J Oflceola Ouuotj. Elate l of Cornell' b.y M. D. WILSON & COB and harness. also take this means to say that drillARTESIAN May 1st.
is to
prepared
Edick deceased, by the. Judge of Hald Court. : We have two nice five room bungalows our limited facilities for making .
Whereas Matilda K. Kdli-k baa applied to tit built of concrete lathed and
J
...... goods will (forawhile) our WELLSin
I. prevent :
,+ court for Latteri of Admlointratloo on the es, plastered so that they will be absolutely
7' taU o> Corurlua D. Kdlck, daom. d, lat of ....--_. -- -- dry and alright nice front 'general delivery to all parts of the *
'" aid county of (1a.801a. porch, beautiful view of the lake, QI1hard city. Quality and variety will be any section of Florida. Bargains

The** are, Therefore. To rite/and admonish Q. W. Griffin marl road equal to pavement maintained always. Our nice *
l all.nd alogular the kiudred and creditoriof I leading into town. These propositions .
Well
; Ten of successful
4 .aid, deceased to be auil appeal before lbl will be sold exceedingly cheap and on HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS years of In all kinds of ""'
is Guarantee Real
Drilling
apart 000. before the !6Lh day of ....,. A. D. favorable terms of payment; an ideal a my4iAbility Estate.
F Also HOT BREAD to produce the best Fire and Life
1 1911.and ale objection, K Her 4bej bare,.to AMILY GracerjesFRESHNMEATS for some one to secure a Insurance and
V I I splendid home. Nelson Realty Company results. Armour's Fertilizers. i
Uie(ranting of Letters o( A4mlul.trs1ios) on will be ready mornings and after Renting .
.. name will be noted Kissimmce, Fla. 16-tf and
otherwise
Mid Mtsla noons and a nice variety of PIES Collecting Rents a
- - -- - --- -
r Z to said Matilda K.. Edick or to some other lit ROOMS AND BOARDROOMS and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga TWO. AND FOUR INCH Specialty. Taxes paid for '.
or pvnoiu.fft
penoa WELLS A SPECIALTY Nonresidents.R. ;
t.W fft iny' Dame ..County Judge of toe specialty. V _._____
aU .for....td this the lat..[ day ol April A.V TO RENT-Either single oren '
Delivery Every Day at Anv Hour suite suitable for house- i O. MEEK
V; f ; 1B11. Solicited ; light A' SMITH P. O. Box 344Kissimmee
i t Oeo. f. Parker County Jodire.i Patronage keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simpson. -I I

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