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 21, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00486
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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\ new committee of the i
contained an interview with Mr."W. A. \
City Council which is compost of C.
4 Joyner superintendent of the electric W. Dann. H. M. Breaker and J. M. 4. t

:.Ii' light plant, !In which that gentleman Hansell, have decidedLlhat it they can
stated that it would be necessary-for prevent It,.never again will the truclf'jardE'ns '
the city to purchase two new and up- t
lying alongside the big drain-
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to-date dynamos before an all-day cur- J age ditdh in the western part'of town,
could be installed, or even meet oi
rent; nor any of the property in that section!
the demands that would be made upon
be overflowed during
our rainy season,
it this fall. > and' to this end the committee accom->
The electric light committee, which .0. panied by Mayor Stanford, made a' tour .
fs composed of J. M.: Hansell, J. C. over tho entire city, mapping out
Moore' and 11. M, Breaker, saw at once iP
routes that should be ditched and mak-
the wisdom of this course, and on Monday r ing su,veya of the big ditch that circles
night held a meeting and decided! the town '
: and which wan 1ug for the
to install two new and up'-to-date."dyna- of draining the cypress
purpose swamp
mos, and otherwise put the electric ,n West Kissimmee., c.Afl..r '

'.. light plant in a condition to furnish at a thorough inspection, the
electricity to all who desire' it to operate P Y t committee arrived at the decision that

fans or machinery: the only Way in which some portions of Jour
The Valley Gazette pointed out that | city and especially the truck gardens
.at least two hundred fans would t* -installed before be
mentioned .could protested ;
s i in the city before the summer against overflows in case. of continued -
elided and at the rate of one dollar and l I
., heavy rains or cloudbursts as
fifty rents a month would bring: into occurred here last October, was to
) the city three hundred dollars, to say v clean '
out, widen and dig to a uniform-. .
nothing oT the number of .persons w iw. depth! the big: drainage ditch.
would substitute> ..U>ctrii-ity fOl'la..ohlwit t h Whe the cloudburst occurred here
engipes;; now in use, while the coal. of last October considerable. damage was

''i producing/ this all-day current would done to the growing crops .o: vegetables -
,' not be over two hundred and lilly dol- in the truck gardens in the west-
lars u month. Then adit to this.. the I| rn part of the city, and 1 while a fall of a
i. convenience and comfort to be derived, :j !such a volume of water as occurred at
I and one will readily.! see that I the committee | .O.I .1C ON I.AKi' : KllKlM'KAt.KJA, NEAR KISSIMMKKat that time is liable to never occur again
.' has. actejl/wisely and displayed. II : I still the street committee thinks it wise

good business. judgment in deciding to i and good business policy to prepare
< at since make this much-needed Improvement | against such contingencies especiallyas

in our electric 1 light pliant.Every : I we depend in a large measure upon ...
\ city is burdened, with a few our trucking industry to keep alive the .
j people whn, Itk,' BKI1....'* ghoul. ) inswl. present Miss "atheriiH'' Young huh I ed to, and, 1 am now in a position to present prosperous conditions.
ji i on rls"up" / and opposing' every advance ',j just HH .Hmm' HS WI' ciui lo.'iite I the. mnn, | 1 II state that the laying of rails on the And the committee'will not stop at .
matte or intended to be miiile, | who I issues. nisi 'I"r"" "' I lir ."*<'' .iitM,, 1 a'; I Citrus :Southern Railway will begin not putting our drainage -ditches jn condi-
and cry aloud that ,if public idliriuls" lireF !pre! .ichr she. will !I.." Mi- I 11 le\i.oTy.: later than hereafter 1st, and that tion to carry off all surplus water, but .
).. :,nt t changed the town will go bankrupt' \ Of course. MrVilloiv. volunlieiedhm Meeting of Board of Trade i ninety days cars will be will at once begin the work of puttingthe
but happily we have only a limited num-'i services to attend i l'i ill sii h minor' running between Kissimmee. and San- streets in better condition than
her of that CHHH| to contend with here | details, and, = ford. The more people look into this they have ever been before the work
in Kissimnu-e and our progressive and ,, I II. M. Breaker made tin-" h""I'Y| | (p i.tirniHii I matter the fewer obstacles we have to done to be of a substantial and permanent -
enterprising citizens, pay little or no and wife. overcome and today I do not know ofa nature. Their first effort along
The of the Board of
heed to their bickerings" Klssimmeeis Mr. anti Mrs.. Ih-Vinney Lave already II I regular semi-monthly meeting property. holder along the route but that line will be to Broadway with i
advancing: al a more rapid. rate than'' given the. contract! I l-.r a h.iidhoie( bungalow Trade will be held Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in the willing to do all in his power to vitrified brick or other pave suitable material
other town the' South and good to lie. limit tutu/ have the work of road .
any in on propvitv' Council chamber. The committee I. building beginas twenty feet wide on each side of the
wise and judicious management the B'd are having the. ground put in condition I City special appointed soon as possible and make it thegreatest esplanade running through its center,

part of our City Council, such as the for trucking Ins( fall ., to draft a bill to be 'presented to the legislature success\ when completed. You which will be either fenced or curbed
ir action 'above recorded, will add much, And thus. two more" good, peop'iart' Kissimmeea commission form of can say to the people of Kissimmeethat and converted into a park and when
to the stability of the prosperous' condition added to Kissimmee's population." giving governmentwill they will certainly receive a that is completed will turn their atten-
now existing "among our ,people.Within : make its report and final action: will be taken uponit Christmas present in the shape of seeing tion to the side streets especially the
the I eighteen months. our I car into their city the
last a run over one leading to the new
\cftys population has doubled and our POST CARD DAY : ; the special committee appointed."- the tracks of the Citrus Southern Railway denbt. passenger

peopleas well\ as those who have lal"1 wishes of the people of KUsimmee as to the most feasible and then you will see Kissimmee growso It has not as yet been determined
IVjpbQie among US. are building n.jxre\ rapidly that it will make hair grow what portion of the cost of this pavingthe
<3j' tly> 'ienceH< and otherwise putting place to locate the new jail to be built by our Ion the head of your baldest. citizen." city will bear but it is generally

their prehHJses in condition, , such as befits What Will Our People Do to Make County Commissioners, will make its report; the stand- I I conceded that it will be divided into

4 the of natirKaT-beauty Kismmnjee, and and it attractiveness is the dUly- It a Success.< ing committee on municipal improvements will outlinea I DISPOSAL SEWAGE thirds the street-property paying owner one-third on and each the side city of

of the City Council todoall its |>owertomake i'ost Card Day has. been endorsed. / byJovernor plan for the beautifying of our water front and the I JT one'third.

every improvement that will (; GilchOI. many Boards of The rule prevails in some cities that
building of additional docks and much other business
add to our people comfort, convenience and endorsed the owners are forced to the
Trade, unqualified by A Question That Will Soon Be Set property pay
happiness and I pleasure. Thereare I Jacksonville TII1H'R'Union, and Metropolis of an important nature will\ be considered at this ,, entire cost of street paying, whale in
.4 many improvements yet to be madebefore the Tampa Times .and Tribune 'IJ tied By Our Council others the city pays the whole amount
we can rightly claim Kissimmeeto Pensacola Journal amt\ News St. Augustine 'I meeting. I. from money collected by taxes, so the'rule ,
be a thoroughly mod..ncit*- but Record the Miami, Orlando, Ft, "* $|. Trjplett, President i When the present city administration that owners of adjacent property .
. : : with such men at the hE'ad'oC our"kfairaae My jr -, Key .West, Ocala, Gainesville ) C. 'S'ecr .** -* assumed office one of the first questions pay one-third appears to us to t>e just. ': r
) compose the present Council, we can and St. Petersburg daily papers and H.. Stanford, tary. that engaged their attention wagthe The-way in which the street commit

f 4 feel safe that nothing Aliat tends to the scores '.of the weekly papers of the I I J proper disposal of the city sewage tee has begun work is meeting with the /,
ili welfare of Kissimmee. wHf.e cape lheii'tattention state including'the Valley Gazette during the dry season and both the full approbation of the people of Kissimmee v'
; <%. _3"V )H is such a cheap and Aimplething'for mayor and City Council have spent and the citizens generally feel
i' every reader to get one or* one much time looking up informatiop\! ai that no mistake was made in their election a
hundred post cards today and address to the manner in which other cities to the position si councilmen. /

A SI EAM. LAUNDRY I them to friends in the North anil, then with a topography like Kissimmee dis % y
i 1 hold them until May let when you will Addition pose of their sewage, and have put the /
If.i The Bass to
put them in the post ollice.Not question up to Mr. Xanier A. Kramer,
every ,person will do this, so it the engineer who supervised the layingof MR. W. C. PARSONSAfter t
Last Become Assured
Has at
i an our sewer and water mains, and that
i I I IH up to the live ones to mail a score or /
fact For Kissimmee. more cards, and thus make the day Kissimmee gentleman in an answer to a letter -.
niernentuous as the greatest. advertising The City of upon that subject) written him by City -
l' a Long and Useful Life Passes .
: Me have repeatedly called the attention : stunt pulled off in Florida. Clerk J. R. Gilbert, writes as fallows: 1.., .,

: dt[) of our readers to the fact that a Be a booster. I If only a little one- Magnolia Mis., April 17, 1911. Into Eternity.
steam laundry would pay from the day cent .post' card h4"ost
.1"j I it was established in this city, and several added to what we have makes Just so Has Been Placed oil the Market and Lots Will Be I I mee, Fla. : Mr. John M.. Lee received the following -
,/ persona have had the matter under much more. Dear Sir: Answering your letter telegram this morning, announcing -
,J I. Consideration, but the question has i Sold By the Bowman Realty Co.-A Magnificent and wire of recent date. I am working the death of-his friend and business -
., now been settled and Kissimmee will I on your sewer disposal proposition, trying associate Mr. W. C. Parsons: ?
: have a modern steam laundry that will A LITTLE STORYOf Property for Residence Purposes.During to embody some recent good ideas San Francisco, Cal.! Apr. 20, 1911. #
' J' meet the requirements of our peoplefor I .that are being advanced for this classof Mr Jno.' M. Lee, Kissimmee:
: J some years to come." work Please tell your Board to be 1 -Our dear friend Parsons passed

-Mr. Wm. Norris who moved 1 to this patient for a" little while longerand I J away last night as he hoped to do- .
j ji ji city about a year ago from one of the How a Negro Was Forced to the past two years several pie are-'now seeking homes in Ki will have a first class plan completed.Will without apparent suffering.- He will :
" Northern states, has been for sometime Change His Mind. additions have been added to Kissimmee mee than in any other city in the sim-j write you again in a few days. be laid away beside his wife irv Mountain 0 .
looking over the ground with a in the shape of magnificent lots and the price at which lots. are With best wishes. View cemetery, Oakland, Saturday
view to engaging in business, and has If lawbreaking "coon" thiynks' for residence} purposes, anyone of far below T.-hat many less favored lots Yours very truly afternoon W. Meredith. "
coma: to the conclusion that a steam he can any run it over ovr mayor or escape which has developed into a thriving settlement in other portions of the city are selling Xanier A. Kramer. Mr. Parsons was president of the
i laundry offers the most inducementsand r working out his line he had better get of the beet class of people, but for every day. The very essentials are Lee-Parsons Cattle (.0.' and one of the
would net the largest returns. on busy changing his mind, for Mayor none }possessed more advantages or found in Bass Addition-health, cool I largest realty holders i in this section. .
the capital it would require to install Stanford! has a peculiar way.of forcing offered l greater inducements than does breezes. that ever blow from off the His friends were I legion biB w
i I and has purchased the pix-King. it'l to.obey his commands, as the the Bass Addition, which was placed on lake fertile soil and the best of neigh FIRST COURT enemies few amt.we who knew him
.. erected last yearby the 'Citrus; prisoners following will indicate the market this week by the Bowman bors. What more can man or woman know what an irreparableloss his
t < change: and has placed his order for /When Mayor Stanford assumed office I Realty Co. of Huntington W. Va., the I desire in or around their home ? death means to Kissimmee. and Qsceola
_ machinery to equip his plant, and he is I flcfound a negro in the city jail serv- company that has successfully' \ handled jleld By Mayor Stanford Results inKissimmee's county. I

VC .expecting to he rendy to serve lyr"Xilblic \ ing a sentence for gambling, and or- I some large real estate propositions in Financial Gain. Owing tb the, fact that news of Mr.
( within the next thirty or forty I dared! the marshal to put .the negro at i this state during: the past year. I Parson's death reached us just as we ,

I t.. 18. work cleaning up the premises aroundtho i The Bass Addition lies in the north Will Observe Memorial Day. The people of Kissimmee have been go to press, we are unable In this issue t
There being nearly four thousand city prison. Marshal Tyson took' section of Kissiinrnce. immediately on ,I anxiously awaiting the outcome of to give a sketch of his life, but .hope to
people in Kissimmee two thmisand in the negro out Into the yard and! instructed the hard road that .loads to St. Cloud, The Will Bryan Chapter of Mayor Stanford's! first police court be able to do so at a later date. -

St. Cloud, and fully two thousand. in I him to pileup, the rubbish and and is so situated as to command a magnificent the United Daughters' of the tJ' tip. and there were some who thought ".
the qther enaII) towns surrounding this otherwise clean it of all trash. The I view of Lake Tohopekaliga and Confederacy will observe next he would be too lenient' with lawbreakers .

II ) ,should : pay pay handsomely his head!, and turning to the marshal, of perfect drainage conditions that rnorial Day by having exercisesat I city dropping back a rung on the moral
aside the fayf that it will be ofgreatconveniwi
: y said, "Mistah' Marsh'l, my min' done 'would make it H most desirable place the School Auditorium at 8 ladder, (but those doubts and fears were

forc tf to.IJ semi our their citizens linen who tol' me not to do any mo' work. The i for a' residence. It lies between-'ar-<< o'clock in the evening. Pni>f. allayed on Monday) morning,' when eight To Be Given by the Band on Next '
now to
are .marshal was stumped, as i't were and ..on'a addition on the south and, Kissimmee A. M. Evans will deliver an address 1 men were brought before him-f ur '
laundered.HAND -
I i Tampa to figure as he might he could not see his 'Heights on the north, l bath of commemorating the Confederate for being drunk (three of them white, Tuesday Night.
;, way clear to make the negro work, and 'which (places are 1 Iniili'ing' up with an dead of the war of '61 and one black), and four for gambling: ,
reported| to the mayor when that gen extremely. desirable class of citizens. to 'f>5. *An interesting. and enjoyable ) I (all dingies. ). i The Kissimmee 1 Cornet Band will..
,I. IN HAND tlemanwho thoroughly understandsthe Sheets have IH-UII laid out cleaned program ol music, readings i His honor separated two of the white J again delight our citizens. on Tuesday
negro: having/ wintered and summered and graded. in this. addition and each and'! recitations has been ar- I men from ten dollars. and costs, one i night: with an open air concert, !given
Ipv. them lor the past fifty years, lot which 'is. :'illxllO felt, has been ranged." and HH there will lie no I from fifteen dollars and costs, and the 1 in the band stand on Broadway. The
Wm. DeVinney and Catherine Young I quickly answered : "Take everythingout marked, with stakes <..i that any person, charge for admission, it is hoped, I] negro drunk hum ten simoleons andCO..tR. members of the band have done much' it
of that negro's cell except I the sirs, Hi once *ee tinlinen. of their, prop that many will attend. ] The four ravens who had been I toward entertaining our home people aswell
Will Go Through Life. negro give him a piece of corn bread I erty. i caught whiling a&ay the lonely hours as visitors the past !season, and,
two inches square twic a day with (- I I I with a game of "skin" were assessed, now that summer. is coming on it wasexpected
IIln'ad handsome onirctebungalow
Some ten days ago Mr. Wm. DeVin- enough water to wash. it down and i Thfre is' .i and I| the sum of twenty five dollars each und I ( they would cease somewhatin
ny.ami Miss Catherine Young arrived keep up that lint of fare until that negro I in liars Addition. agotherone An 'I'i costs for indulging in that pleasant heir efforts along; that line, but such
1.. ff v in this city from liellefouch, S. Dak., s stomachtells his ml nilto do the is' III course,has of construction.been obtainedthat LAYING OF RAILSOn I pastime, all except one paying their I does not seem to be the ca..e. and on
well also
1 and those who noticed them walking work. I artesian that fact is I fines and departing hence in search pf Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock the following -
on the street naturally took them for' After two days of the corn bread and flows abundantly ) other ignorant turpentine coons to program will be rendered, and
l m...' and wife, and that impression. water diet, the negro !said to the mar- evidence f that gist' flows can be. had at New Traction Line Will Begin on 'I. "skin" out of the few dollars they receive the'band extends a cordial invitation to 't,
-i changed when on Monday they went to shal': "Mistah Tyson you sho' is a I any portion of the addition. for scarifying nature's monuments all--old, young married or single, maleor
Kissimmee Gardens with Mr. J. M. pow'ful good doctah fo' dat medicine That portion of the city is designed I September First. with chopping axes; the other I f.rnale-\to: be present! : .

d\1 I Willson Jr., to I Ipok at some property you ben !eivin' me has done cured me,, to become thickly populated with residents "
a Mt. Willson himself thinking they were but it lef ma stomach mighty weak. especially as the property is held I .....II .
,Citrus Southern Railway, which will Tysqn for- sixty days, and between j Canadian Club (march) MyjprKelles "
man and wife. Jus' sho' me de shovel-an' do hog', fo' at a very row figure; ahd yards can be j I run between this city and:San ford!, the 1 meek will ,, amuse himself cleaning up i Society Waltz (waltz) ,
tir ::1:1i After looking at different tracts oft 1's don' tol' din min' 6' mine to min' beautified with little cost and labor, :survey of which has been. completed, the vacant jots owned by the city. I, Old Black Joe (march) Gayer '. 'f

land, both the lady and gentleman decided its own business an' quit actin' de The Bowman Realty Co. certainlydrew I was in the city Wednesday for the pure ;i i In all. Mayor Stanford added something To Alice Serenade ,,1. . Howell *
i' 'i to take a certain five acres and fool. Ma stomach gwine dictate what a prize when they closed the con-. pose of conferring with the engineerswho over one hundred dollars'to the Battleship Oregon (march) Fulton r a< ., i
;.j. '' t when Mr. Willson .inquired fn whose ma hands do, speshully while I's in tract for handlinovXhe lots in Bass Ad-I will have' charge of the construction city treasury as Veil as convincing evil Monogram (march) .<, . Huff '
'. name the deed should be made the. gen- I jail. dition, for there is no, doubt but what work, and in speaking to a repre doers that they had better hunt other Cupid Darts (waltz) . . Hall
,( tleman answered: "I want the deed i The jail premises'are' now in a thoroughly every lot will b4 disposed of before the sentative of the Valley Gazette, said: fields when the desire to break lips law Love and Roses (waltz) . . Dauge; .. ,+.
"I mad} out to my wife, but this lady is I cleaned and sanitary condition. summer! has fairly begun as more peo "All preliminaries have been attend- takes possession of them Home Sweet Hortia . . ,. . . Beer, .,
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"had been a number of months, previous
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ST. CLOUDITEMS that we had l last visited your city. We I
The expected a surprise, but nothing; of .a
miraculous nature;; the changes, how-
t ever, la of the fairy tales we had read : GRAVESCA
:. \ SURPRISE !<' Call ieemYI!; line, when a boy. A new city had been ,
: ;.. OF INTEREST CLIPPED erected and what there wan left of .the '
t DRY GOODS SPRING GINGHAMS old was so refashioned an to be beyond n'' RIIS i ,, A, CO MI'LF"TF 'ST.OGK O >
f. :? fROM THE ,SI.. LOUD (( I I ordinary recognition. Those lancy

... .' '\ S T o.R" J:3: I K.! "EMBROIDERIEs'' WaITE GOODS "6n Monday' last-, at the hone of'MrB.. I I alone merit writers such at that thq an beautiful lost make in use wonder prospect of the and H A R '[p : W.'A'5"RE

: A. K, Daniels, was held the first parlor
/ " l meeting of the\ Womun's inTemperance :/>ut before ua//. could have!;'>'.. .:!expre".j '
q'x ." LACES our feeling much ,. 1'AINTSOMS.; !KENCIIT' WJltE I AND STOVES' .
IvL.':: PARCE ETA- I Union. Mrs. Uariiela) ia more vividly.
'MISS. blunt r .
: way could teLl it. We
v y ,Ie, sup..rintemieiU: of W. C. T. U. parlormeetings eXI
great deal, but saw more than 'AND -I; I.I.N THEM AT EXT1tRMBLY LOW PRICES
0" a IY l idea of. The Citizens and State I, t dl,
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seaman I3uildiria \ prominent banks, Greystone addition, house L I. .
; I The following people of Mack Bros new stables opera combined.With r. R R CIA/ Jj W Y.- KISSIMMEE.FLORIDA I J
/ St. Cloud (njovJ( a day in tli" beautiful on'' '
numerous '
dwelling built
",. I gronnda at Kunnvmrdo Friday last, t i.f most modernize 1 styles houses!!proclaim 'I| e .
und l of dinner
at tho hotel1I.
partook :-o Jr site J
county be one of the finestcities
} '. Ilirarn Alberts, Mrs Katrina Al- In the I
south, in fact entire
t'l1 I the !
/ )For Unit LINOKKLNU (COIMJHNYALS titkei luTts., J I Il.istiniri.Mr. George Mrs.II. 7.lIaf. B. I 11' assumed new and like the i
i Mr. X H. :Still:; yeli. Mr. and Mrs. Queen of Sheba garments when Keeping It Up'!
COUGH SYRUP henry Oijrtley J. M. Randall and wife, BO
WINTER :Solomon:" ; will
simply declare that the
rAm'lia (No with t1ie'
i" keep
A I Hay, Mary M. Thorndike, half of it han not been told. We found man can up
f um\) ) { 1<:, A. Bard well. .
ur. rs ,,t the County Court in session with Judge: game unless he has his machine
ioinpound.; ( I Parker in charge and his process of looked over .every little while by
Contains noMorjililiip:\[ orJpinul . bungalow Coil
r'1'ht 'aulilul / of Frank meeting justice to the delinquents, was an expert .fnachinest who knows
U..1h'oIoIOT.'S'i. ( !\ '' anti Irritation( '. I StorriMtXon" 1 the lake front, is rapidly terror to the evil ttoer. Cigar: smoking mechanism
structure and
r. beiIi. |pitch'' >nl I to completion. It is mod has.,.become quit a habit in the court of
'" 1I.'UIi'i..lllnIlUl..1. .I Tissues.xx .. 'crn in -<'\.r' res, eet. It is a 7-room hqusv. To make whatwould be a long the standard car from A to Z.
'Jo and 'io)( (' !sii's.. Tioiibe, with a Ni/fuot hall in the center story shorter, we remained in your city .
andfoot! piazzSt fin all four Hides of until Thurs lay the 13th inst.. and then Expert Servic( I

the liuildiiiR., luSyiH I te .lighted 'I byelfpfrioitv I had the good fortune to find, a- gentleman Why not consult us on repair
CO. your:
l KISSIMMEE DRUG I and city\Vj>t<'r will lie used connected with't.e: Southern Colonization ,
will z jobs overhauling, adjusting and'
.. There lieTunniiiK\water in every I Company; I> .. bedroom, and the b.ithn piit" will crtn- ] with hm automobile., was to thro general oversight wdrk? We have.
... taut shower bathe and thing 1!I our that pass
---- overXnew t city evening, engaKing: passage \ a reputation keep up and we- -j
(Unit an uptoate,| bathroijh should we
soo* home, '
on our way guarantee to please youTI'iffi1
contain.On passing
telephone poles with a rapidity
that 9 ..
was certainly The
a Thursday evening, April I,, various objects, on the enchanting.road! whet we C i 1 ::; Cif 11'e c. '
EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES rdr erf "Eastern; Stars! licfl its for. had been accustomed l to view at oUr .
.. nightly meeting in Uttz hall!, and after 'cure in passing; came in vlt.'w and be- MU.I.KK: HPILDIN(;. HROAD.WAV! )
SUCCESS THE SAME WAY the regular business. session three runliiiatf co( II i thing/ of the pant in lens time
k: ( were initiite l into, the sublime than TV takes to tell it; and on the > .
BY SAVING MONEY beauties of the order. The candidatesyre wane ofSJhi? evening, we fqund ourselves r---- .
Mr. unc.l Mis. Dunn of Kismm-. I onNt more in (the. classic city .:
I>you wirnl. lo be s'ucccssful'I Start, saving now. Put your money inCITl'ZEKS nu'e mid Mrs. Gorge of St. Cloud. after about j vvo hours. ride which had I '

The l / St. Cloud, Chapter of the order of previously take UII thirteen. The/ gentleman < JX. 1CONTRACTOR s L3A
BAMOF KISSIMMEE the Ease'rn t'K i'II in 'I. prosperous with vyltotfNwe were riding wLi@. .r...
i ., I rpm! Missouri, and nsp class of citizens
I / < ( whom\ he was aiding ussin securing are

t We )hilve more Savings Accounts. t tjiftn} .any other Hank in ,I I Bfor.fur orilliianshirh- tiII.1d (j. this capable country.of making Florida a ,p>esdally uidisi' out fills of I ( ) ( :( and BUILDHR '

Osccola County. I A H. hall! to Hi.' doors. the other night, part of it, i is, inhabited, by Xf lass ofpeople 1
A SnviiTgs Hank )Igijncil I-'KK.K.: If you hnvpn'rprocured" Ith" class. of llll! of I the Kt. Cloud (;ram- that thinks that as the s sinks
one do. xo at once. School was /graduated! and to the to rest before t they d.. that it shyuld Does, General Contracting/: and Building/: and Furnishes Estimates -
-- ranks of those preiiareil (In travel life's rise in the morning likewise, (.refIhey y on Structures of an si/.e, or Dimensions whether '

DONEOAN. I'rI i I lijM W II. NontoN.--l'aM.r II highways were added\ seven enthusiastic t do.. I fin the meantime t the grass '" it be a Two Room Cottage or.a Tourist Hotel. .
E. :
hopeful, recruits. I-lh. occasionwill grows sufficiently to impede crop
IonI./ be ,remember,l by those fortunate growth they console themselves with tikes of ARTESIAN'WELLS
i eiM'Ugh to be present, not only the. fact that said grass will shield/ <1 the a Specialty boring
i' for its artisticmerit, but also treatise water melon from the sun and reitdcrthat 'In I which he. has met with tlie greatest success '
t it WItS the first. material accomplishment article more tender luscious. Call! of any man In Florida.
of our local educational mftitution. /: i them sluggards( < : and they. will closetheir ; : ,
Great. credit ,is due, not only to' t ,eyes and call for a little more
Give him w'ork and it '
ARNOLD slumber vour T -
H. |
those constituting our school board, but : 1S.1SS1111I1THE -" -" Fla.k l
also to the teacher. under Miss Hattie r Our Democratic rooster! is under the will be well and quickly done .
Leech who have had the actual work window calling lustily fur recognition, ..
. Contractor and Builder . lo do I his tadpole plantation is still promising.
results. Our' mail rider,! Whidclen is
,. St.-; :; still! In hunters paradise the dear is .
FU"'N''OON '
PLANE .NO ElTIMLTLB''' Comrade. has one of the
belled 1 and
I capture possible. At '
:i1I -
finest gardens in town. His Burbankdewberries the
Drawdy mansion all
I I and blackberries! are beautiful they should be. The Patriarch things are and aa +++++++++++++++++++++*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++

guarantee my work! when comjilcted: to lP.. and everyone interested should Denver are on a great cow drive. Will ,,'.
- jU.l't' a. contracted for.P. are them Comrade Stevenson would is cow hunting; and Miss Jane and CASH STORE
s I Ibe pleased to explain how he prepared Quincy with hot water and scouring; ; .
i .. the"gruund and the fertilizer used. HeI
fy |
o. E3oa .q7 Qpph Braadw.y broom are I hunting soiled spots on the '
of berries last Saturday
I picked two gallons floor. Miss Amanda has just been to
KISSIMMEE, .k'LORIDA I from the vines, which are of theI the well hunting water, and Hex has I' First Door North of Postofficc
5 ,t I runnnjg variety. Thovy are about three hunted 'and just: found the end uf this .i.
| feet high and twenty feet long. He I article. Rex. aaN.aaaNa. t
/ has one rose bush from which lie has
- - - I cut 500 roses. since Christmas. The t There you will find SHOES HATS, 'ft

fcI' bush is only one year old. He has all j
:'J ...................... .... sorts of grasses, vines, shrubs, berries I J. t DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, nil of best .J' ,
and vegetables growing. s
a EMIL MACH. ERNEST MACH -;: "' quality and lowest prices'

+ a KtlSUmtard: Oil Co I WHITTIER.Interesting .

: MA OH: : BROS- .. ,'l'.Hall t Before Buying Elsewhere - I

Your are most {aichful :t }
eyes your
Items. Our ,
From Regular .
\ : Livery, Feed\and Sale Stable J Correspondent. . helper. Without them, life would be a .+44.+++*++++++++.++++++ r+++++++++++...+++, ++++++'+++++++

dreary round of misery. You owe I U to .
I Agt.. International, Harvesting Co. Rex has keen Ion a tour of observation ,-,'"
; : and; inspection since his last, and your eyes to give them the best possible :

G. -ALL: :BJN'CS:; 'I HEA4Y: :HA7YrIN: : G. : the' Wonders that have been unfolded '. treatment and when they rare '
t unto him created by the magical hand I ROLL
a : ailing to have them properly' attendedto. The BASS MARKET
t Everything new and first class. We render prompt and I did of time the, would Queen cause of'Sheha him exclaim on visiting(Its II I :

satisfactory service day or nigtit. i
King Solomon) the half of it not
been told. Mss; Jane, Denver Quin- 'Dr. Cole has been ,successfully fitting Burden Building One Block from Depot
sey a'nd your humble correspondentleft glasses for the past 27 years and his

: Kissimmee: Fla. Phone 113 JOseeola for a Whittier business, on trip Sunday. the, former the 2nd to in..t..St t services are the best your money can Fresh Florida ME A TS Of nil kfuds S,

Cloud to purchase a few desirables and and Western. S
........................ .. Rex for Kinsimmee on business cfc- buy.You consult I .:I-A
nected with matters to which all are owe it to your eyes to
'' ------ -- - >--- -- not concerned. When nearing the card. him when you need glasses.Dr. i I POULTRY EGGS. FRESH FISH \,
i /hills a violent rain drove us to cover '
I i and here we were joined by H oil. Oliver Edgar Cole can be fount) at | 8p-cir1I.1llclrliol; / lo PlmlJJfjcrs and Frei-- iirelirery'to
liana, county commissionerfor our dis- C. A. Cole's Jewelry store, Kissimmee, -
trict, and as the- hour of noon was approaching j' any.parl of the City) flionc 189 ..
I ;;
Lumber we prepared dinn'r and Florida. .
tpok thereof and as the storm ; pal.1
had vanished leaving the air cool and

refreshingworesumed' our journey arriving ,.
at Mr. John' Drawdy s domicilewe
j, CompanyM --- were kindly received by the pro
prietor, his esteemed lady and one of .\
the grandest little fellows that Floridacan
I +---+ DEALERS IN- boast of, just such a Drawdy,and I. 1d
t- Acre combination as might have been I
expected under the circumstances. ->Ye
Rough and Dressed Lumber spent the night and next day with Miss
Dora and that wonderful littla progenyof
theirs, and the next morning Misses
Dora, Jane and the kids started'for St.
+ WINDOWS, DOORS Cloud while Hex and the Goodman John

l .' made their way towards the Hon. S.
fl SHINGLES, LATH; BRICK LIME I C'. After phasing through numerous
gateways we arrived at the canal opposite -
South Port aa the water was
a.; ;' NOVELLY') WORKS too deep for fording, a boat was pro-
; bured, the horse was removed from the \
buggy and made to swim across the

, I GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL master leading an Rex paddling said ACt""
boat. A return Wail made for the vehicle -
I in question, and what came Very

,'r .;J. .:IFree Delivery to All Farts of City, .:Il nearly a capsize having been avoided, l
we reached the shore in safety and ):/o-
t f I ceeded on our journey. We-found at

. this point Mr. Clint Baas just moving
'h into one of the houses' at Southport
.. and found re >civf with him the old !
-- - -- -- -- r
I1f -- -- --- --- gentleman Quinn, but as it was then ,

t: ?1 :" ".".".,..,".,..," ,...,',..,.....,',...,."..,.,...........,...... onward getting towards late did not our destined tarry but terminal.moved I I Poor I plumbing) is mighty dear at any prl('('. In

: WHAT IT MEANS : The Honorable representative from Os- 1 fact it, Mould prove dear 11 done for nothing, some(
ceola county had departed but the much I ,
: peoplofe' do !hot' kn0w whit Bf"11'1 lIal' l i. for.fir 'the beI : lon.| Mrs. and her children were
welt more times. What's the r'? Let
: SweepHaar a b little or no capital one a large e.pll.l. r doing the honors of the household. We I aiiMWt! us do it, and doitas ..

1 .)V. :i. 'In th.fnrl sANR'SCAI'ITAL the d..It6M1, from AND lr.'..., MJHPl.fB Therefore the larger It l I. the i i land found the the general place, appearance in splendid, of condition groundand I it should be done( and then it will STAY done. 4
protection 'I
neater the dcpo.tlon hart THh(' bunk him a I
: crops showed that there had been .
: Capltalof. s- $.-.1000.011 l) j .'
//I Barplai fund nf 2 ,'oo \00 j a combination of skill and energy used .
= Stockholder' llabllltj hd.HHO: 00 i which bid fair to create a chance for I

A total of I I. , l'2i,500; 00 an Almighty power to produce one of I ';
'-\ /I Tbia mea.u thatIre moat Inge 1115E Ox\'OO! before .:depoa'ilon the finest crops that han yet appearedon f
ou. r
ooaid I Ij
< . Cleot. Tbl.protoctloo Ie'or YUU. : oa.I a the place; irrigation had been liber-I OSC OlLA HARDWARE CO.
r.j /Ik' ally used, and the bread, milk, butter ,
= STATE BANK th, KISSIMMEE and numerous vegetable compoundswhich ,
= .. --o.. were received made us truly S. LUPFER, Manager t
YtI thankful for what we did receive, andon
= '- iMMrr'' 't.' IrLOatOL.i .
l Wednesday morning we started for .. .
+ O. A. Q ARSONhretldent JoHN M. l.EEVlc N.: B. CARBON ICuhlcr your city. We had been unable fbr along I .
%. -Pr"Milent time to obey
your com-
.......,.....,."..."....,.,....,' mands ,Lo see K 8immee 'grow, aa it

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Applied ---

i j' 'H C. STANFORD as

l . COMPANY' To the Ci ty of MemphisJ "... ... .' SUMMER I

M Carrla: : as Complete the of *
'11 "' .? __ .. _
I' .' DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, : ", .S . By J. K. ''Hoi nttJay< In Cordele. (;Gat:) Dispatch. : < .

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I H ,- FURN'ISHjINOSS'HOES? -- 'r .j' The commission "'plan/ IB not'enew 5 fI\lr'ly ,''In the spring of 1909 nor Hag its constitutionality I r Ladies-watch our show windows for, wa are, showing

'. to Memphis, the affairs of that been passed Upon by .the the latest crea.tlons'ln Summer, Dress Materials ; 'but better
.aitd CLOTI.ING .. y 'City having been eonducted under are-I'': supreme court -
't "I. stricted form of commission gov I I In the event ofa Vacancy uponthe I yet, come in and'let us show you all we have and maybe we ,

4 .1 ment for a' number of years after the board commissioners of commissioners, the remaining can help you choose patterns and' materials?:for those -summer % '
an can bo Ion ad la Inland Florida Civil war due to the bankrupt condition -' have a right to elect a '
t and nail ..... In.which it was left by the recon- successor to. the official whose seat is gowns; '
,. \ struction era. This earls system of I made vacant: If the board fails to *.. '
government: was however but a feeble elect within thirty days the mayor has -
( AS CHEAP AS ANY 11 indication 6t what the commission plan : the right appoint The commissioner I

I would develop. It was diptinrtly anI I of lire and police succeeds the mayor w.b: J

_ 1 HOUSE: IN 'AltEtUCI autocratic form.of government: _while in'the' event of hIe. death or resignatiohTand c. : A N N

: the comm ssion plan o.f today is aa distinctly =.1 --tAm e'Trrcinea authority of .
.- democratic. Following the-: the office in the 'atpence of that offi "\ .

I \ abolishment of this ancient system, the cial.The 'THE STORE OF QUALITY"/ .
r city woe again governed under the aldermanic civil service commission of Memphis '

I plan. On January .1, 1910, is elected by the board.of commissioners. "I
H. C. STANFORD COMPANY the modern commission plan wall in- It is composed of three members .

Stalled. I who receive- $:JOO per annum. SHOES DRY GOODS GENTS? FURNISHINGS
''i. p. l From the Des Moines plan the framers This board is required to hold .f"
KisHlmmee Florida V of the amended charter under at leant twice a year-and oftener
1. which b rrowed the ----- --- ------------- :1,
- - "- -- Memphis now operates, necessaryfor purpose of examining :
two important features-one1 relating' into qualifications of applicantsfor . it"

the use of official influence for political positions.. They certify to the boardof f t
purposes and the other creatinga commissioners double the number of '
- civil service commission for the pure persons ecessary to fill vacancies ; DON'T TEAR YOUR HAIR >-

pone of making fitness! the prime consideration certifying those candidates who have rather tear out that job of plumbing or I
in the employment of subor- the' highest, standing for the poaition 1
KELLEY'S LLEY'S KELLEY'SrJ"J I gas fitting which has been causing
seek based :_ yoirso
_. ... dinates. they upon the examina much trouble and anxlety. Any kind
rJ"J The Memphis charter'difTers from tions. All vacancies coming under the 7 of poor work Is objectionable but .
: that of Galveston Houston, Dallas and civil service rule are filled from.these poor s.
plumbing the most destruction..
Des Moines in that it makes the terms lists. The heads of have causes 7
ONE POST CARD FREE Et3 departments = A defective water pipe the l
may damage
of the commissioners, four years insteadof the right to suspend and discharge but wall the plastering the paintingand
two. ThereXjs also a wide difference subordinates suspended or discharged [ paper .
the woodwork, to nothing of t"
.. wIth every pound of candy in the amount paid the mayor and have the right; of appeal to the boardof L the carpets and furniture.say
commissioners the latter receiving civil service commissioners and this
Let Us 'Do Your tC l
Y *:J.(1j( per year while the former gets body can affirm or revoke. i Plumbing

OntO letter of thr Word "K ELI.E:) 'S"on .." ryCartl. $(>.(joo. "This) provision of the Memphis char. and you will I be, happy ever afterwards. .9'
No elect'on for commissioner has as ter follows veryjtloaely, the lies Moines :t
When you gel the 1 Word' "KI LLEY'W' yet been held in Memphis"under the plan and it serves to eliminate politics THE( PIONR(( PLUMBING SHOP

made up Ity presenting; them .11 the City F'LUiicI' new charter. This instrument 1-hangeu; 'm city affairs. Fitness is made the I OFFICE PHONE 214.Broadway y{

Store rOil W III receive "III' poupll of Red HliI,1I the Board. of Fire and )Police Commissioners rule and politiuMl considerations can not salsa Klsitmmee FU. 'w'
I I :: to the Board of Commissioners be entertained. In this connection the .
-.I HrundCllnlly .'I l'E.: :! A lrt.ttYII'I.\I'I; )' uld. m of the City of Memphis and providedthat Memphis charter says : "Be it further -

W ___ rw the four members of the legislative ordained, that all officers and, employee
council whose terms expire in November who shall be employed by the city of

& 19M!! should be the commissioners. Memphis shall be elected or appointedwith ATLANTIC COAST LINE'S
Niemeye Wiley . The mayor was elected in November reference to their qualificationsand '

I i liHifl! K.: H. Crump being chosen. I fitness and for good! of the public I ;
,1 The terms of all these ollicials expiredin .service and without reference to their TrainsTO

sdia77aN c,A7" Eats ,A3"3)J December, I'.tll! und thereafter the political faith 'or party affiliations Tourist .
terms of ollice will be four years. Following the lies Monies. plan the _

At the time of the creation of the M..mphis|, charter also provides'\ "that it

I Hoard trt: Commissioners, this body was hall be unlawful for any candidate for THE EAST- '-TO THE WEST--,
clothed! with all of the ]powers formerly Dudes of any officer in the ,employmentof

... S I vested the Hoard ".f Fire and 1'olice the city of Memphis directly er indirectly . "Dixfe }'IYl')"" Palmetto Limited".
Commissioners' the Hoard of 1'ublif to give or promise any person
Works the Council and the or office employment, benefit "
EACH TOWN and district to rldo end exhibit a.sample Labwt Modd any "Soinii.olc Lliiii.tM.. "FLu & West Indflll/t'd.
"Ranter"l.lcyrlo. furnl-hvd l>yus. Our ain fmt 11'.'".for/lll/ .",..,.".. .,...*,.,...'...*. fc being abolishedln, lieu thereof five i>one of influencing: or obtaining: the political H lloulhoulcry Route" b'New York rt; Flii.. Special" '
NO MONEY REQUIRED until you n-ocivn and apnrovo of your .
follows ,
departmentswere. created as : support, aid or vote of any person -
\V6bhliiloattyonoanywhi-mlnlhon. H
f ., . urtiAowt .u t JrtoiH Public Affairs and Health, I Fire and or Any violation of the ""South 1tlnntieLintited" '
in advance. >A i( >. and allow TEM DAYS' PRE TRIAL.durltiir persons. "Const! Line. Florda11[ '
which. llmoyou may rlda tint lilcyclaaad put It to any U'sL )'''i" wlnli. I|11'01".... Streets, Bridges and Sewers, provisions of this, section shall be amisdemeunor I .
It you are then not perfoctlp HatlnflfU or do not wish to kuei too Public for
1 Accounts 1 Finance and Revenues and l shall be grounds
Mrvrloslilnlt" hark (o in atourpxuniiNoaiul,*. will/ *.i ....i......,.-. j "
FACTORY PRICES We "rnlsh the LlKhe gradn. blcyrlca. It la Utilities, Grounds and buildings.. removal from office The Des Moines
I nwivni 1..11.10| | to mako at one small j rullt almvo I The mamor is" at the head of the DeI plan in addition, to loss of position ELECTRIC LIGHTED SLEEPING CARS
actual t.etoryco.t. POUaare$10tomiddhmea'evroNh.bybuy-! partment of l'ublic.Alrmrs and Health makes fine and imprisonment possiblein _
{ '
Ing dlooctnf: im ?HI hnvo tho manufacturtT'H mtarant4o b bind your
lcyrln.l DO NOT BUY a l>l\vHnor a pair of Lllre from ...... at mm, lie has, general; huprrviMion of all of cases. of this Kind. I '1
I or''" until :you ...-....Ivo our rntaliwti and learn our uuUoarJ,.c..., the affairs of the municipality, presides No ordinance authorizing the issue of . DINING CARS . 1f
clue and ?-.'l-A''. f'J-i. ..' 10 radar .,on... . '. of the Board of Commissioners bonds become effective until
OU ( ..,..... ,,,.. ....... Y."" -.ltltn'... .In.a. | at meeting can tliir.y .. "
WILL.BEASTONISHED _... ints such committees after final If during
fled"ourrnperhmodM.atthew' dnf.fl I apK| > da.ys passage. ,
r for pHtm ra ran make you this r_.. W..II the lilf, iwwt .Nd. blrrclvs, fori 1 .. r :"'
IMIK as are provided l for and keep! the-eom- 4hwp&rtmi, a petition signed by f> Ollialili.J call.on .
';! i mnnrr tbananr oilier fwtnry. N's.nrn.IMd wltfin.W' prolll.rref.rmryv.4 For Rates and Schedule, .or.wxjte to i iE.
'i' i lorcLK OtALtmS.yoi.0/p Mil. our L0701..uod.r. your owa aadMplat altli>ubl0 our prlwa. missioners advised as'to all matters ( voters is riled with the com-
f>nl.m fltlml' i
j SECOND LAND drc'Y'c'i ::. W. do not "" "'.", bsnill'.wonnd hand hlcrolm' hlllll...." be concerning the welfare of the city. missroners asking that 'an election be M. NORTH J. G. KIRKLAND.
.. .
a nllm. r .n rand Kara lotmil.l>r nil r Clnrato.. ..11..0..... TliaM waoloar out n> .> al -
|> ml tlir JjrJous 1 The board which of the held the the must be
ado *' .'0. l> ., ... designates! upon issue, same .
nrrlvllr A. G. P. A., Ga I). P. A., Tampa Fla.
C0AST ... ? R.BRAKES a. -> and parta. &' and commissioners approved
.'yuyumy...'. k'n..if' ,..., .'.........pdi.. i I
S J! Puncture-Proo the several department these, but officials it,reservesthe from authorized by a majority before such the issue can is not be T. C. WHITE W. J. CtAIG.G ,
Hedgethorn aoSelfhealingTiresI !! i right! to change a petition '
'j' one department! to another if it seems filed, the bonds can be issued withouta ; P. A.. Wilmington, N. -C. P. .T. M., Wilmington, N. C.
10 I 5 DUO PAIR$4 expedient to do so. This is an original vote of the people *".*

feature. Designed to make the correction The commissioners are reijuired to ..:::[''''''' -- -
i, ,.." ".",&., tr of mistakes possible in the prepare an annual budget showing what 0
.._.,. 3tidt1Gt7Dt7Gt/0t50tltOS/CItYGtiOtiOtYDC IOC.Ot90t10CiOt)000t7t G101
''' /HI Ne p.irw w iMj' .
I: &l,,,..,,,....NwfrN. /lOI.h( wbA.rdn rr u. t that experience shows changes would I the expenditures are to be in each department CARSON .
MORETROUBLEFROMPURCTURES 1. be advisable, .for the forthcoming year, C. A. J. A CRANFORD. a. L. LUPFEH.Prealdent. ..
,... ; ;, j Commissioners and it is not lawful for the budget allowance Vlce-Prealdrnt. SecretaryKISSIMMEELUMBERCO.
MAILS Taaaa.agOhwwlll air_.. ,1 A {' The Fire and Police .
\hun ....tJ thixuiaiKl. t>alni tIt'"t year, sltl (; 'I has charge of everything relating to to be exceeded in any department r .
DCSOntPTIONi r ft al': ,!'P/lfnuSii, .V j j'{ these departments. The Commissioner unless the money can be made up .

HdInsr. very: durable and lined ttibldo wilt. N SAboecIaIgueIItyorruhlx !i of Streets, bridges and;Sewers: has from a surplus in- another department,
.. .... and this action be ordinance i
: \ which nev..r. supervision of everything formerly embraced must taken by
eoniea porous und which' clop un 8m&l.minctun b or resolution. 1 1" :.
*without, all owl nil the air to escape., in engineering); department .,
We have hmulrtfhotletter.tromafLinaedeuetomero l NotIe.lMihlekrubMrlr.d<<1 including bridges, etr..ets.ewers., subway I II Attention has been called to the
.tall"trlhnttl"'r' Urvs have only been punnwd, up once A"'g1p no.\s" :: many improvements inaugurated by .
.nd ;: " ;,, sidewalks, viaducts, graveling, I
or twin In a whom H>aK> They weigh no more than I the commissioners since their inductioninto
an ordlnhrytlre.thepuncurterea ti"gnnnlttAeab*inq loPraventrimouttlna. Thl. repair works of all kinds, street \ >
,; flven liy WTVITB. layers of linn, pi' p..p..d| tire will outlaat any' other ling stables, homes, wagons office. These improvements call -5 Rough and Dressed p
'ha troad. The regular price of those tl.... malie-ttOFT, Plumbing eprink-1 for the expenditure of money but this
la '10.00 per pair. foraclvortlHlnir purpOHrawe are ASV RIDINO. equipment. ); is to from the of
money come practice
1 -mak.nir a itpoclal. factory i>rlce. to the rider of only. (80ppr pair All orders shipped( same comes within his jurisdiction.The '
day litter l. received. \\a ship C O. 1>. on ."prova I. You do not pay a coiit until you commissioner of accounts. finai I economjes and not out of the pocketsof
have examined and found them strictly ...earnLed.. the people in the form of increased :
as rwr; and must audit aII bills in PINE LUMBER
w...,".",.......,,"th.Nhy m. Inc tee p rie' eb..1....rpal.H'you Nmd I'ULLC..H ce revenue ., I taxes. As pnatter of fact the .I'
a t
WITH OMDCII and.ntlo* tUI Miwrtlnnnvnl You run no ark In .MniiDc'tiB' ma outer mm Ui. tlrmi oar tornWturtwd..tOUN j all departments; audit all books and commissioners -
.Ep.DHa If furaoj rt tne/ftre tint atlhetory on B..inln tlf>n. We.r perfnotlr rvllkblaMtd I attend to assessments and I hate given the taxpayers a ,
munry Mint to UB!I...i r*MID*tMnk. If you nnler/ of thM tin**,you will And tbftt they wl II rXto accounts (
tr.'t"ft nl fair.war bttt r.Ituit sail look liner tbao DT tire pmt used or urea amt nr pron. also supervise the work formerly reduction and they are now enjoying
ltiatyoa will, b.w.well =tliat wboo raU w.o* bloyoto I will |T. order. W.want:
you w your the lowest rate with which they havebeen
....... the of .
to Send on A t" onVrat one b this r.maraabl.t l ttrvofTo volvyig upon inspector {
jF' YOU d..n...." .n" "' .. '....... I the collector of de-I favored in the past sixteen years.
.' 1'\1.1.",.. "...oepprofll.odlr11, ,."be.-I., I...rrood.tnorry and measures HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYIf or write tor our bur Tirok aad. euadry ..........witch _.awl ....._ III ui.ks and 1 censes end privilege taxes.The .

Do' of NOr tl rrm at&bnnt WAIT'r'i.halft*n.nial'priMWk. ..-.TX*.Ub-1 WHAT IT COSTSTo 1:
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I'' nvt>D until von IMW d..on..lorr.m w "Ia. lie utilities, grounds- and buildings -4
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o.t.apn.tattobrree.eythinr.' WMC MOW. look after all affairs of the city connectedwith I t>CO<>OOC<>OCO3<>OOOOO<>QOOOOOC >Oi ,

J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL. railroads street car lines, :
Live in Kissimmee and -- -- -- ---- --
gas and electric companies and other Wages --- :

le 1 19L I public service corporations. He also I Usually Paid. i iI

has supervision of the water department -
wharfage); market house, the-jn L The following table of prices is as ,
spection of building, electric wiring I near accurate as it is possible to obtain, ) rx
boiler inspection and the care of pub-i I and is published for the information of

I ; lie grounds and public' buildings, with those contemplating moving to this city:
, L. M. MARSH & Co. the exception of the grounds coming Hour t4..LZ. to W.M porhLJ.
of the Ie- Smoked Hacon 2"J to 'U rt utm'fftnt
under the supervision park (
t sAt
pry Salt bacon 'II lo Ml lent* per Ib
partment.The Brans lily to 7'$ centp per Ib
STAPLE AND FANCY board of commissioners elect a Lima Bean's 7 to H eenla per Ib

city attorney city judge city engineer ; Sweet Rice Potatoes GO to 75.1 to cent S cent per babellriehl'otatoea per I Ib

} city clerk, chief of police, chiefof $1to$1.2aperbuaheli'ra.A I I
GRO IES tire department, city paymaster PtHh Ita per Ib 4
Salt Mackerel .810 10. Ib I
: city chemist superintendent of health Grin 2'e per Ib I
clerk of city court, plumbing inspe tor Meal 2'pc per per Ib P f fz

i --tRIRESIlAISIC3 PURE. I IAiX meat inspector boiler inspector license Fresh Beef I2'i' to 16c perlbr'renh I t
wharfmaster harness- Pork ]121$ to He perlb

1: FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city. Prompt and courteous attention.Tec maker,collector inspector of weights and measures "1 Ruirar PruneH .. I"a a uounds 8 to lib'for' per$100Driafl Ib a

1 1 t iar PM O'N me io. to aIDxlller : superintendent of city hospital Dried Peaches 10 to l-'Jvc per :Ib
Dried Apples. 11 to l-'Sc Ib
electric and in- per
- f jij j- --- ------- inspector building);
Pure land Is to&'>
'' per Jb
spector. The officials are elected by .omllO..n.1 l lard 12 to I lie' per Ib
the board as a whole but are nominated I'h_..Crearrfery 26c per I Ib J
.. Ir
in each instance by the commis- Black-Kyed Peas, lito per 16 \
I IL. /
Onion i arc Ib S-.0(" .
per ; per '
CC LL"tST: ErE.I I ,r sioner in whose department they: arc to toffee I.KJ" to .l&c per Ib T
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serve. ---- <: to )
ij's: : :: : W. G. HANKINSBroker "" It is made a felony for any commissioner Kcrowrti i-gase: to lc'lOo per 4HrdoaflI a'ailon I I'I

Well or other officials connected with I hirken t'n.... Zfic to 4"o' each -
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the city to accept any gift of money or Chickens grown B6c to SOc each -
is prepared to drjllARTESIAN and Manufacturer's other thing/ from any s.7tMyp>. It is alsostipulated ,Curs nhfllcil rue UUc per per bushel buHhelOaln .

AgcntKissimmee. that no commissioner or Oranifps in season $I 60 to $! I IKI, per box )
other: official shall be interested, in any Carpenter* lnOto$< DBlackwnithM /
WELLS Florida. contract with the city. al) &i u> $ I 5'1L'learinir ': I
Land' irrulihinu tin W' lo $!6.M' per acreClearfnK DELICIOUS BISCUITS
The "recall" feature of the I
1 in st-elion of Florida. presentgovernment I Land-nlumeing II'! Ix 0 lo t'2"O"Man
any Show Cases. Fixtures Safes. of Memphis was passed asa and Team $a.ia' >to$'> :aidlions. >: I' 1
separate act from that of the commission *and Mtilrt fl i Ml' t> UUo'
.q Typewriters. \O'artifs hiring to feed name) Light flaky and appetizing are made from
charter. It provides that after It ugnn" t-lMMmd,
Computing Scales and Office three months of incumbency el..tlv..1 I Plows' : J.I 6"uni.0"up: FIRST QUALITY "Quaker City" flour. "
officer of the be to Harrow* $3lo JI.J.CNI
IIi city compelled
Ten of successful Well may
j years Filing Devices. Teacher $15 to7i month for the label
> a Look above somewhere
. stand again before the people provideda on f
1' Drilling is a Guarantee of my V\ood per cord > U.11.' to1 I

,. Ability to produce the best SPECIAL AGENT FORLewis petition of the Containing,qualified voters twenty-five at the next percent bag or barrel!> It'splaced there-in red a

f :feulta.: Upchurch Co., ..election shall petition the city clerk for The Kissimmee Library. and blue-to protect the housewife ; it's
such a "recall" election. If the clerk'' I I
Wholesale Grocers )Hay and Grain, finds that the petition contains twenty-'I; The Kissin.mee Library offers to its the miller's guarantee of First Quality flour..'

and five per cent of the voters who are duly subscribers a list of over four hundred I f

TWO, AND 'FOUR INCH XIN6AN & CO. Packing House Products qualified to vote at the next election, I' books by the best authors, any or all of I
WELLS A SPECIALTYP. then it is mandatory upon him to call which you have the! privilege of reading I
Men M ."II..t....., Tour Or... hllcltt't.. the election. If the candidate attackedis for only $2 which 'secures a single MILLS
y successful by a majority vote then I membership, or $5 for a famrly memo QUAKER

S the recall cannot be invoked for another bership. Capt. French the librarian

(X. Box 344 | ,- ,, year. \ will issue you a membership card:! for I : Florida Large desk blotter for sal/ here This act has not yet been invoked in the Bank above amount. Library in State r;>, '"-
Memphis although: became effective building. 8-U ,
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1 :. -- _. --- -" ,---_ --, Letters;. ThatSpell' ,Progress I W c. I ..

VI. U. HARRIS, Editor and Prop'.r; ..

(f.: .. !S.!! J.! Editor.! : ,; ''" ,
'-' ,'.- 3 The last session of the 'f'
1 1 ; = zr T-r---t--- FOR Kiimmee Written by, People Convinced' vJ
",. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. held at the Chapter! house ; i ;

'r.i" 1, I L; Office Valley Gazette Bui1din' ... :Through Reading. the Valle :Gazette, t,, ,' The exercise wore. l ,
with bible
\ reading and /
d I \ K1S8IMMEE.CIOLACOUNtY.FLA! _, music a reading wifs\ given I> > "

j: :. ,' ," -SUBSCRIPTION. RATES! I, S Will Be Here This fall. I .Particularly Interested. for L>.. Moon, on tho, price a '(, ) "fJ
i alcoliol.
't . DM.efcpv, on* year. . 11 00 ) I Fair Minn. Mar. 30 1911. |
;, .. GeorgetownIntI.! April 4. 191U\ Haven, ; An interesting feature of i
( \\ "; :01 0.. ""oi . idxmonIhN l _ L .__ Editor Vajley! Gazette .Etlil i8Kimm'e Gazette, noon was tho reading of the ,'I I
;liI ': ; ; ; that &,every 1)(- sri Have read and been.much" letter
All commutation.. "xci>t ff-om authorJ GenflemJTi: I must pay ar written .by tha m j
r *_J-. iBMl Qorrmixinriimta tnuiit be nhrnni liv I h. write limO< I receive numbo' of your Valloy interested ih some late copies of the society to tho sailor boys of

!k. 'I !. ..I"Hajwuxl"'"4 (or.' will nut be returned- unlnu I Gazette I become' more interested in Gazette; sent mw by friends. Some of .da. A letter to be .. i I Powder

"_ -_. - Florida, especially' 1 Kissimmee, St. thesu' arts iftvfrstrgalSmr itt reference to Of the "comfort bags" which : I IlIent.
I. Entered. (I the; Pmlnfllra in K.t"oII-;;;;;.;;;I. KI..I::: Cloud and vicinity. I had Intended to real estate in Floridar U o investing. I .. It would be. difficult ;

?I I : noomtUwi, in.,m.itt.r.Fnda3pffl. make a trip to I those two- places about was parfl .. . : the 15lh of last November, but-itseems i count' of tlits G. A. H. meeting aC'1 be. admired, since all were
l'' 21,, .1911. I that I did not get started.\ But fully.I I think, he paper of February l7an >.'Saw and helpful/ :and will | Absolutely ,Pure \
intend to go this fall and stay all- win- i item t that the adilresa'of, the cmmsiiIot read in many.: -lonely hour.

'There IB a town called Littkv lli>p.' i in ter withthe, intentiaptif buying ten or'' ';Li.f> and Character of Lincoln <:eel certain bride in our Ir > Made from ,
Kentucky. Folkf there had letter twenty acres of land, near one of those would be "printed in the next tfffrp we 'think of the mil Baking Powder
If' move down here to ,Kissimiiee 1<< wher' towns. number. I would be' pleated to-have a suuanticred, might be usi-d !' Grape Cream of Tartar. .
there. in much hope. I am passing U1q1-} YftJl.'y Gazette to (copy of' that number mailed to my ad advantages irr-afleviatmir I'

., > '. others around here to read when. I get dr"KH.Vill enclose! postage. educating oihstwys, "that '
,. The' kTssimmee Gazette; publishes a through with) them artd I find it is Have also been much interested in I ings with, sous, I( the food
half columnJiHt of births which oc'urn.d creating-H good .iml're' ioll about Flor- various other matters in the Gazettes above the raethoilSss<>f a guds
.. in that city laRt" we..k. Kvefy; hal>v n ida wherever they are read. So let, received. Not. the least in "This1, that" walk with reason QIII -.. with +

I boost.- '!:Tampa..Timei. '\ them co'me while they are doing good you Imva a ulace of good church and edu f trol. \/ | .

and u> will help it I Inng.) I intend cational.privileges. You seem to havea The! wisdom of organizii ;,'
<, On Wednesday both branches of V''"" subs
'1)) J .. Florida legislature met in joint !si's.ion. the ru-arYuture. I that 'is I the people I vf Corked with I tm taken lateY. -.--.. .
and formally fleeted Nathan U;.Tiryan V/" for and ' of life. I -
t}, C : Respectfully-: I fifty years/ moT C my Refreshment" were served
to the United States tnate. A lilting W. A. t-'ook. I inn in adviipced; life; havv. put in some meeting adjourned until 1 alum from
May, tests. have shown that a part of the
ending to one of the }hardest fpught/: thirty-live winters here in .Minnesota.
rrespor.ding, S(' ."o'
political battler; ( ever waned I in Florida. If life is. spared, and the opened I I !: with an alum baking powder passes .
way I I and that Is retarded thereby.
digestion _
I may seek a home where the Wintersare
The lower brunch of the Florida legislature Will Always Be a Subscriber. leSa severe._ I I' judge, from all I i; wR.C. ,
.. hall ratified the federal incometax labol and make euro that you baking
; learn of it climate is aH .
can( ; right.
: oak IX"< 1'Jll. your 1 -
LIVII Fla.. Arril ,
law, "nly.fou'r members voting fortiH-r. home I noyvtior I* n matto front alum
41 . My was Michigan. seeLtivr ,
I'I'Mr. ..
W. B. Harris :
against it. When the senate pausesthe I arenot a few from that ,state Of Taft Holds a Most I \ .
.. Dear Sill' never felt better over
it will only I
t measure n-quire Heyenmore I making' homes i in Florida.ped : .
adoi.l it for it to l Ilf tome mything than 1 do over the stand you I : Entertainment.i .
KtJitH to ,'pi-I, I{. .., fully/ !
tOOk on the Hooker) Washington I .
I the law of I the lanl .
lev. A. Blowers.
xje.,\ 1 encloseherewith one dollar toenew - M. ;i Good Friday was the forly-

proposition"!" "place' a statute oi', I my subscription I i i I to th<-' Valley I I -=--- 'niversary of the 'death of WOMAN I LEGISLATION ,..
.' John Carrie in th. Hall of Fame at C ;iazi-tte.( 'I I f I should live to be one I[ Lincoln and the Woman's I tel
Washington snould 1 '!Iii.< adopted I by the I I hundred years old I shall I I try (to never j Hopes To See Our County. I Taft gave on that nigfil a I

legislature now I in At-Ksion. John I t arrie .-t my subscription, expire,,' to your I cessful. and l enjoyable .. ,'
lived in Apalaclncola. this state udd mper. Yours yore truly. / I.IIH'olJ11'1..: April, 10. ]1J'11.i memory of that) martyred man. by-Two Ne To Be Attempted at Session.of i1i

rave to I the world one tif the most useful W J. Wils' uh. i I The" Kissirnim-i* Valley/ Gazette : I Tht;: entertainment was given ]
( Monroe Ga. Anti-Saloon
. j inventions of the. manufacture Gentlemen; < : Through( t the kindness COOS' hall I and l ing before t the. League.
any nge Cu i of yourselves. or < friend I have: for th. feKihtor .
"O'\W beginning of the .
of i ice I / ( 1 I VaWyJa( ; ., t t i o V'j: ; The Valley Gazette; :
j iL..1'I receiving) the (Ja/.etU', which I every seat wan filled and I
IlceJI ) '' items" .is, the onlffWt, I Tlu following ,i.s, a comprehensive
I It I VCould appear, to the IIv'r"I1111'/: Will Move Ills family have read with interest( and Ihiltik you j I forced. to stund' throughout the I .do.. so tin ( his, occasion. sliIt.-"itu.Iit of the. proposed temuerancei
., that Mexico should, himb.een .satisfied I. I very much foi same and hope that in A rather unusual sight at '
1 | -
I Doland) '. S. I 1)) April/ I I VI:!, !!III. I the near future I be permitted tost If this kind I { contention,, of last i legislation( I I favored I by the A n t i-SplotnI
with the drubbing I I ..h.- rt-ft-ixed at( I lie may i (i i was forty school I .
. I I " hits materially I II" :1111 1 t tins Htiilctm-nt in. here
Mr.V.. B. Harris. Kissimmee, Fin : | negro i ,
country. I fewnames 11.'a a who
hands of the Texans' I in I IKlti:( and ngain your | were there that 'they mij } I l .. i in I last nrdci .
Dear Sir' Y.our art ielo in ValleyfUZttte I I or t the I lifty i 'in" tint ourfriends. may
and of j people know whom I t ii ink. of the I life ,
States something and Iii-
in 1K40; l by Uniteil troops, i t t I IcU-iirlV ,
(; : of April 7, Hit I I. on bonding. : will lie interested! ,in reading valu..ap.'r. that I : understand t I our i position.: I Iti
-. not, get to cavorting too.ncar U around our border.too promiscuously ) "Tin1 liii- county I for I liuililing/ good romls IH j able .. . your i I i Dr.Vpll"It'r grand and nhlt of l Trnnchsw v-uian.. ( ; April 1.1. l l'io.-o-.t to i will, In-"notIM. | that only r"" lrlrtlv,'. Or.regulative :.

or .. I lilY idea exact ly. I am a I tax pnver' in W. ( J 'Van NYss. 'principal I /: { I II"Valon. ( ) coun- legislation" is asked. WeIa'tr
lick thoH"rf'll..r. we shaker of tin-
I tune i''t-ii
( next I we. / i / ,) wli -committed .
will take a chunk.. .oT tlieir territory toDay your totiily, having lately bought lfiCl() ,, that gi nlpman I | delivered I i I 1 iii'" t i
I I I :\11' I I.rile I Mc- I. A lull .
acres just south ot) \i/iit/) tier. I sincerely on i prohibiting I thesoliciting .
1.1 for our I trouble.Wt . .J hope/ I will, I b.<. in t the county in ; Reads It All. must to masterly Taft IIddn'.1' I ,,' ti-n miles, from. of orders fiirxllie, sale of intoxicating _
a iiiiriit-nce. Tin-I
time, to vote.for Ihe bonds. (CongratulationK I, i I i i t, .i-i-av. a ft i"ill" ii. Two ,liquors I I by _sty means whatsoever I i IUL
are deeply" greatCul for (the IOitll.xprcrl'Ions wa wi-ll I aiviuainti'd' with Ins . -..
( .. of approval IDOl I the article I I luuu on your t-ntcrprisr and I i ( 'I. -. iIanil.; Ohio." Apr 1.;., l!fl. I and at timrs! Ins ; o ts. w. arrested to dry territory' .4
I booster for oratory ), .il the guilty neur. 'i. A bill repealing, ; sections I 1222.j
i Kissimmee ,
'|iusli. Yon certainly arta Kditor Valley ( ;ia ctte:
,issueof last week aiient I :
in i reached the .
paintings i I sublime.After
our the wliite, your city and I assure you that ,,1. what I Hear Sir I enclose a New York i .', !Mrs.' tel-Ji rtiJnt.\ :j t'1.tl3--l.ih.4-.aii.l; I:224!:! i of chapter XVI I of
of between I
question\ equality several short ',' :
... .t 4 and and fioridsthat us Northerners admire. I was I in yourjcitv :[ draft endowed to your order i in renewal made suit national + oawftlFe a the general/: statutes of Florida and
1'i negro race assure our I hyinnx I
/ ,
iii' of tlii'JSonth-, of failed! to" return near | making' effective .sections, immediately
will find the Valley CaKette ; m Fk-hruary tim- i i my milwcription to your l paper foran.thor whole again/ -
ever asseinlIag.Wits jnvited .
they er/i'. | i I t I I r went in .sea reli, of I preceding i those named which
standing for the, purity of ourwomen Colonization 1 Co's. excursions and |, year. This' will nyd'e my :3rd take of a delicious the I
. the 'It ..ub . supper h was found lying require i the tiling I i of petitions i
the fanatics who would wills so taken up with sanitary conditions year as crll'r. anJMW interest which seldom every
against to drag themdown Co the level of our streets and,I alleys does not lag in fact, 1 rijflBFerythingyou the most in elaborate spread today the eartli I m showing i ] I year by every applicant' for saloon I lireiiH !-

of attempt an Inf'rior'race.jl / beautiful parks. sOc-h (food .schools and ,I II print even to the aW 'rtisements Woman's Relief Corps ".... I ..dragged/ a consider, <> and,,I t thi\,>, publication of such petitiono. -
}. had been .struck .
then and there 1 on ; t ij
churches that 1 right hope to visit your city at an early' for
: It is accou/ited! a great olitrage; that I ,decided. to move my family to Kisgimmte ( dat,.,. when I will pay my respects to I their praise fellow the townspeople enjoyment as and there were j :3. A bill forbidding; the shipmentsof ,
tl to begin ,next years school. in ...r.lIl1. | I I woman had put up liquors into dry territory.
I Col. Marshall of the Illinois National you the good they do, and the
I jl '" visitors Most sincerely Very truly before being over- I I. A bill prohibiting' the location of
I Guard who is one of the official yours j yours fail to show their appreciation
I to the camp of observation was B. I). Wadsworth. j' II. C. Ellison. I facts.. saloons within one thousand feet of any

given a tent and dinner table "all 'tohimself. was immediately no- steam railway passenger station.
_. .
: the. scene with blood" .V A 'bill providing for
early closing
I' entertained. Etiquette only by requires his'equals that nebe in I 7 h .will "Bible Distribution Resolutions. of the wet condi ot all saloons< in the state and closingsame
|fl. m. < speak on -
t ROLL OF HONOR the dogs failed to nrr all legal holiday: YI
i 1 rank and no otlicer in camp has been "in Japan a work in whichhe
Whereas, in his Infinite Tracks led t Ii;. A bill
"-:/; to however removing" all screen' or .
exact parity.
to acknowledge an I was personally engaged for thr..e'y'ars
I I has seemed good to Divine named! Tom other
our obstructions
negro; tables chairs
Col. Marshall of Illinois is the Word handsof etci,
r a negro putting into the .
f \ ) I The following List is the Result orT to remove from among us our '. by many that from Kal'K"' ''. 4l
Florida Times-Union. thousands who had it b.-
1 never seen brother, J. M. Willson and I ... and will 1 be spirit 7. A bill' ;providing for the procedure

I! I ;I I,. ... LouisiCMpyr ST th.. ad. Close and Attentive Work. will fore. J be At received the evening an offering service! for there the Whereas in the death of t'y or Atlanta. Ofli- of :State:; s Attorney and County

4 rflIn'ntofthe< legislature in June, American B-ible Willson Orange Blossom the case, however .solicitors when information is furnished
will return to Orlando to resume the These pupils of the Kissijnmee Public issued 2K2tiS31) / Society voUunes.. last year 80, F. & A. M. hag lost one of is at liberty. .them regarding possession of any government -

: 1 practice of law. For the past four School have not been absent nor tardy I You are most cordially invited to members and the community the victim, is in a license by parties who do not
I years he has had charge of the litigation during the month er.ding April 10; both these services..Bookah's a true and upright citizen, !tonight but had re- hold State license and providing for the
I of the Railroad Commission of: have made an average: of ninety percent -- I be it to make a state removal from office of such ofljcers
Florida-which has kept him from ho'ne or more in their studies, with not i J Resolved that while we bow red the nejzm Allen who do not act in such cases '

_- much of the time.. He resigned his position less than eighty-five in any subject and : Soliloquy. I ble submission to the will of her and that he 8.! A bill forbidding manufacturersand

; I J before'the meeting of the legislature not less than ninety-five i in deportment; j I preme Architect, we lament whom she-did wholesalers of liquors to have any I
,.I preferring to. take up his private First Grade.... A' Division Delia By: W. V. )fjaeb' i I plore the departure of our late be able to Iden interests in the retail liquor business. .,

11 practice lie will* of course Crowe, Edna Bass. Velma Hudson Am as good, aa them Crackaha ah -aaji Ion which we'have .9 A bill limiting the number of saloons !
.1 ; l be associated with agaln.Judge Warlow, with Temple! Bass ,Leah. Wilcox, Bart BOBS guess ah am personally and as a lodge. ral hundred citizens in cities. to one saloon for every
; Gordon'Bullock. B Division-Elberta Resolve'dT"tfiata we have here tonight in the 2,500) of '
? I .whom/ he has been connected jn legal Altho they jnaycall!! me a son of Ham; population.
/ .. 'litters for twenty-four years.-South O'Berry, Katherine Tiller; Pansy Out- Aint ah dined wif Teddy the fierce his body to motherearth brought These measures have been: agreed
Florida Sentinel. law, Frances Rhodes Gaile LaLonde, rough ride ed his spirit to Him who { evening; a commit upon after consultation with leading

We are exceedingly glad that our Willie Lee Harwell Cora Rutherford, An accepted an invite from Taff be- will ever cherish in our .. was permitted to temperance men in all parts .of the
I I, senator has taken this action for in Thelma Sutton, Charles; Dann, Horace side ; examples of our I late brother found no trace of State and we trust that all friends of
j D nn. to emulate his virtues. That ii intertsO, temperance in the Florida
I the minds of many it has been a question Aint ah Hookah the great of the cullud Legislature
,, "- as towhether he was justified in Second Grade-- Lillian Harris Edith race. der to his loved ones our are captured a can see! their, way clear to support
; holding two positions, his pay for both Miller Mary Speir, Bessie La Londp, Ah aint no niggah( that's commonplace pathy in this )hour of their almost certain. them and so enact them Into laws. \tI!
Rejdef Frank '
Carl George Dielz We
ment. shall
.coming: out of the state treasury. : -- appreciate publication by
Woodall Roy Young Clinton Bass, Am Book ah Wash the cullud profess' Resolved that a copy of this A you of this statement and request our-
-. Clinton Young. Cullud notwithstanding an nevertheless. be furnished .the family of our THINGS friends over the state to write their
Well Done. Third Grade-Ada Louise Simpson brother, ; a Copy be inscribed in I members of the Senate and House urg

: Editorazette' : Mattie Stanford Lucile Downing Nellie If ah did Buokerize wliite man's door. ute book, and a copy be' ing; their support of them. We especially '

,, ;- Allow me to thank you for the able Cam, Carrie Goodwin Ruby Grace Why should you all folks get so sore. Kjssimmee VaU..y Gazette -and at Tallahassee request that our friends also write. -.,. 4
and just reply you made to the fanatical : Bass Pansy Rowen, Alpha Westfall Am sore'r than you all, yes sir'ee, ceola Journal for pub'ication. to Senator George W. Dayton chairman :
women who undertook to criticize Lucy Berli Julia Graham, Irene Franklin For a wnite man infringed on my I Respectfully 'submitted, I This Week.. of the Senate. Temperance committee ;

4 .. v'your article on Booker Washington"; : Grace Eleanor Gravel Cornelia dignitee.Ah J. M. Hansel, and Hoo. Eugene Matthews, .
fr: The man or woman who tries to make Lancaster. don't care if I is a son of Ham I Roma Thomas j the Sloan an- chairman of the House Temperance .
,\ a negro the equal of a white man and Fourth Grade-A Division Blanche Or mule njggah ah don't give a d-. i I W. W. bill. The vole committee. .
t1) :, argues for social equality, does not Davis, Ruby Duke Grace Gilbert Nor- What's that, white man ? senator of the C, L. Collins, Superintendent.

sa _5 know enough about the negro to entitle ma Griffin, Cleo Outlay Frances Tress. G6 to-to-to- voting for its C. B._Smith Leg. Rep. ;". A. S. L, ,-
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4 ;.'_, bis or her opinion to respect, and Irene Reed Paul Benter:, Frank Bryan Yes suh ; yes suh; Resolutions of (ondole j .. u. _
: may be fairly set down as a fool. The Edgar Bryan. Rodney Dann, Bernard Any place but Kiasimme passed the bill pro- FLORIDA SOIL
__ writer has no prejudice against the ne1rI'P Meek. B Division-Earl 'Barber Paul - -- --- -- Kissimmee, Fla., April 11, orders for sales of _
was In favor of emancipation, and Hansel. Jones Yates. Whereas Our esteemed A similar
J' approves every effort that looks to his Fifth Grade Katie Thompson, Helen Kissimmee- and the Old Soldier.On . John L. Overetreet and his in the house. I Leads That of All Other States in the "

T improvement, but with the experience Perdew Elsie Dietz, Gussie Winn, Es- suffered a great bereavement in the number of pilots Value of
February 14th last Kissimmee .5 Products.
of three-fourths of a century among sie Bass, Lucy Pearce, Mary I Hyde, had the cent death of their darling and favored by the ..
honor of the G. A.
the under all the Nonie Driggers Dorsett Goodwin, Gerald entertaining wtw passed by the I Florida soil, when
t negroes varying circumstances R. veterans at their annual reunion. lian Lucille, we the members of intelligently and
r- attending their condition Rivers Richard Bullock, Harold The account of that event appearing in ship Lodge No. 10, KrlighU of 5.____ I intensively cultivated.yields a greater

.J .. during this period. tu is fully satisfied Woodall, Raymond Bearden, Robert the Valley Gazette, together with do hereby adopt the following arded as a- est vote average return per acre than any other
l Reidel, Leonard Earl Murray Overstreet state in the Union.
that no process of training can ever scenes of the parade, so attracted the tions: was takenMn the Even when ordinary -
make him anything but a n"gl'O.It is Teasley Hughey. attention of the editor of the Carrel Resolved first; That we { when a bill U Nii methods are employed the return in
something to be thankful for that your Sixth Grade Earl Berli, Eddie County (Ind.) Citizen-Times that he them: our heartfelt sympathy for the erection of h cash is far greater than any other sec- ... .

4: irate correspondent* represent only a Campbell Roscoe Dann Ionnie Hugh- requested the loan of the cuts used by I that they may find consolation at Tallahassee 'on of the country averages The
mall class of the ey. Charlie Jessup Violet Bullock, Beu- Y Book of the Department
iif' northern people. this in illustrating the article hour of affliction, i in the tender of Agri-
3 The great majority look upon social lah Alvey, Lois Johnson, Porchie Pher which paper request we were more than, of Him who.long ago took I increase the pay of tulturo shows thisto be a fact and not I

I vfe-Equality as. madness. As you remark igo.Seventh happy to comply with. In its issue of ones in His arms and blessed per day was passed merely a-c1aim made by Floridians The
the attempt to force It upon the Southern Grade Celeste Moseley April 8th the Citizen-Times : Resolved second; That a Yj-ar Book >iyes the following figuresa
k5 people is a decided wrong to the Dora Newman Ethel Gilbert Grace "It is a pleasure to know says that "Old these resolutions be sent to West which are alon>- onvincintproof\ of th,. '

: negroes themselves. If these beliger- Winn. Helen Bass Lillian Prentis, Glory" and the Union are as near to reaved family, and a copy sent its vote on the superiority of FIcJKda soils over those
Maurine Dann Mattie
Collier of the
ant dames were men, I would Myrtle for states nnmed
suggest the people of the South as to us in the local papers publication anti-polygamy showing, as. they.
thatthey form a colony with Booker Belle Harris Marie Boyd Susie Bell, North/ -, and that the old war apimosities they be spread upon the minutes in the hou.e yes 'I do. the average value of> 4,farm prod-----
1 Thelma Dann, Fred Snyder, Malcolm ucts per acre: ,
Washington as president, and Mr.Taft's are entirely eliminated among the boys lodge Bc:. Miller.\ resolution is now v.
Qverstreet Graves. Missouri
l pet Lewis, as legal advisor Roy that did the fighting, and only petty E. S. BeeTand, It had passed' 4 9'88
and extend invitation Eighth Grade-Lena Lancaster, Ella Iowa . . "
jo an to all negro politicians and C. L. Bandy, be reckoned 12 22
cheap penny-a-liners refer an
A.k* ,. mongrel worshipers unite in building up a martie.May Gilbert Ruby liass Annie Cro- I to the war between the states for Ohio Illinois . .

Ninth Grade- Nathan Rrvan. James political purposes.. a bill provid Florida ;
Subscriber.Oldest . .
i- .- funk Edward Newton Abv Newman. "As a matter of fact at the close of ;s Resolution. of a state These figures show 10976
> the
-- -- Tenth Grade Anna Funk Rosa the war a large l percent of the old boys : to be situated When' the soil is only aveiage.
) Survivor Passes Out. New I located in the South and during the Whereas, The great the center of the cultivated intelligently
man. irrigated and
the universe has called from fertilized when needed
years since, the soldier emigration has .
w A press dispatch states thatJohn W. Eleventh GradeInez Carson Cor- been labor our brother L. K the returns from a single acre often
largely; southward until at the ... bill
inne Gilbert. Elon; Guice. ) a prohibit reach
Roche the oldest known as much
> survivor of time the of the Old died March 16th 1911, at Los ; an a thousond dollars. .
q \\l' the Seminole war in Florida died, in Union present soldiers is percentage as large in the South California. Therefore, be it ; as targets at gun The returns depend almost entirely upon "-

J Oswego N. Y. on the ]18th inst. Tercentenary of the English Bible.It as in the North. Resolved; That we extend. seeking 'to the attention given I the crops that are
Mr. Koche born ; repeal planted and cultivated
tec_ ,J was in Ireland in "Through the influence of E. W. bereaved family our heartfelt upon the land.
1821. He helped trt bury lOti white is three hundred years since theKing Bowen, who ha large interests in Kis- pathy." They have** 'lost a I in persons this state beating The natural resources of Florida"are

I victims of the Dado massacre in 1K)9: James version of the English simmee Valley, Florida and the kindness we have had taken from us a l was greatly diversified, and there are op .
.t : and took part in the capture of Co-A- Bible was issued and Sunday, April of W. B. Harris: of the Kissim Mason and brother, who took portunities here for the investment ot"f i+ .
Coo-Hee, the famous' Indian war chief 23, 1911 has been appointed for this mee Valley Gazette, we are permitted interest in his lodge and we another proposes capital: in various lines. The state can f
of Florida. elebration. We his loss. And be it very easily support a population( of
should know more to reproduce some interesting portraitsof mourn lie in ]10.000.- t '
Mr. Roche was a reader of the Val. about our Bible. What is it about T the great G. A. R. meeting on February Resolved; That a copy of much needed of 000. but at present ,It has a population <,<\
: Jey Gazette, and some months ago How did we get it ? Who wrote it ? 14."We olutions be published in the' Florida house roap- only three-quarters on one million. -.
./ wrote the editor of this paper correctIng How long ago was it written ? Is it trust the accompanying] pers, a copy filed on our records house of The possibilities of Florida are at last {
:; some statements that had been I It found in many language 7 How many? trations and account of the Kismmmee a copy sent to his spns./ was sup being recognized and there is today a

Jl '0 made relative to the capture and death I How was it written T How preserved meetingof the old boy. and their grand N. C. several reapportioned) bills to that at great rush ,of capital and of homeseek- (.
Of Osceola, claiming that he was one of I Who translated it into the modern lan- receptions will give black to 11. C ers 'to this ricultural ant, horticultcal -
the party who guarded. the Indianchieftain. I II guages At the Presbyterian church future blatherskite candidate eye or editorIal any- M. KatiVO14 one, among which will Eden. Those who come-now will

'In the letter Mr. Koche I Rev. 5.- S. Snyder will answer some of 'demagogue who attempts to wave of Representa reap a large share of tl '

: claimed that he was tire only survivor these questions at the Sunday morning the bloody shirt for petty political pur- papers for sale at this None in will accrue from the eveV'm'creasir? ." 1

l of that party. I Ii service. Then at the evening service\ poses./ 20 cents hundred was passed bUl1e.prosperity of the 8tato--Sl- Lueie Tri.j\ '
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TUcKlsslmiiiecValleu I Gazette I The members of the China Painting Mr. C. W. Fleming:, who moved'to r n-0"1. Pro A.,Van. Agnew 'BusU J
Class '' a
are requested to be present Mon this city about a yearago' from Grand trip to I.
-p TELEPHONE NO. 11, j day afternoon at the regular metting Lodge, Mick. U In'receiptof Information Arcadia this week

-'- - --- .-------, --- of the Woman'League at tha. Chapter that the council of that city had Messrs..W. E. and Ell Overstreet ,

:I. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY .House._ Mrs H.,. W. Boite, See.I I conferred the. honor upon him of nam- bay. returned home from the east AreYouGointftoBui)
; I ing one of their streets Fleming street, coast vWiere! they have been '
i. -BT-- 'Ii Mr. -Wm. More, who owns a hundredand in recognition'of the many good deed ,In packing and shipping vegetables engaged.
W. B. MAFtFtllWeather sixty acre arm and a twenty acre he had performed while a resident of
.- ,--- -_-- !' - -- ,- j jcc grapefruit grovb near Whittier in '
:; :: : : = was that place ..
,- "iron Mu- the city Wedne ay and paid the Val. ter7'eg en Lath. Opera
ley Gazette! a met| .pleasanj! eall.I We are requested to remind the day night by the House Mon - -
Peruchi-Cypzene Co. ,.l-'
ReportFollowing Mr. J. W. Busbie. and' family arrived ceedingly mothers of dangerous small children to have that thSIittletoti .it M ex was one of the best pieces of tiuN5E[ !5 :
work '
in the city Monday from Jewttt. Ohio running around at the passenger each ever witnessed in our city, ,
,, and will make, their permanent home station unatWh ed. Trains are"coin, player seeming to be particularly
are the daily temperature among us, having bought the McDowell tinually coming and going and unless a same adapted to his or her part; cut the
can not be
farm on the outskirts\ of North Kissim said of the 0
.close watch is kept on them' they are
and precipitation as- Tuesday night- "Old HomesteadX / u
.. mee.I liable to run in front of an approach that n fI'
the I
reported' by the Government; May performers appeared ill-!!
4 station at-Klasimmee for the Attorney Vf. B. Crawford spent a I ing train. tilted for(he characters assigned .tnem., I'' 1l' CliuI

couple of days In Tallahassee this week Mr. D. Blenis is in receipt of a letter and the performance was a drife.from
, week ending April 20, 1911. visiting his father, H. Clay Crawford, from Mr. A. D. McLaughlin at Cen- the raising & he. 'lowering 0 'the cur- ?gWllli'rli' 11 eve

secretary of state, and taking In a few tralia, Kans. who with his daughter, tain. ; jS e
MAX: ale RAIN" I Il .
of the side shows of the in fast
; Ada, spent: winter in Kissimmee,
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;l Friday .", , ,* 88 C6 session. .', saying he and his family would return The Laymen's meet g wtfl be held S .: II !: !
.Jt. Saturday. . . 92 .67 here this fall to remain permanently, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock'I in the e I N1 llhI1! ;;
y "' Mr J'. D. Griffith, who has spent,the and would build a residence- on his Lin' Presbyterian church Judge G.:F. Parker -
::1 Sunday . . . *84 67, winter in this city, having rooms in the coin Heillhtl property, ,whteh.4flur- leading with the subject, "The '
Monday . . . 86 61 residence of Mrs M. F. Sears left chased while here \ ? Ten Talents" Tlnfc-twymen'8 meeting The U. Government ha bought Neporuet -

;" Tuesday '. . .. 87 SI. . Tuesday for Kansas, but will return y Is one place where all men 01 whatever often
here in the fall to make his home for Superintendent E. S. Beeland of the religious faith. can get together Paroid Roofing every year sincWjL89g '
" Wednesday. .. 91 66 all time. Kissimmee Telephone Exchange state's on an equal and discuss then
#, Thursday: . . 88 69 that he l is constantly called upon to install quest ns most vita l ton the-welfare of home Alaska Panama and the Philippine '
1 'I I Mr. ft. C. Paxton, who has tor some new telephones, a thing unusualat man.*Anyone who attends these meetings ,
-, time been of the Cash Hard- the coldest well the. hottest climates ...... :
--- '. I manager this season of the year, as duringthe always feels better for so doing, as ar .- -
ware Store, has accepted a positionwith summer'months many phones have for there he meets only those who.are
.... Ross Graves, and would be pleasedto heretofore been ordered disconnected. exerting their best etrorta .to.make our Do you need strop er proof of the wearing qualities economy,
-- welcome hia friends at his new placeof Which fact shows plainly that Kissim- community morally and spiritually bet and the satisfactionytfiat:: NEI>ONSET Paroid Hoofing affords?

-----l business. mee does not rely on the winter months !t'r. The. public generally are extended IJo you wanfproof nearer lionVe ? \Ve will give it to you j'

'w' THE!: h Mr. Chaa. F.. Blanchard left Monday to increase,Its population. present.'a most cordial invitation to be We, :will tell you where you can see; a NJ-P: ( NSl-T Paroid Roof

\ - night for .Huntingdon, W. Va., wherehe 'Mr. D. R. Funk and family left on See how it looks, learn! how long it Las been on, and hear what

,5 i i iMr. will remain until September,. when Tuesday for heir home at Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Estey, who have spent the owner has to sag about it. "
he will return here to remain permanently Ind'[ after the four
spending pant the
1'r.f.1AA""%____W% __ winter in Kissimmee stopping at
and will engage .in the real estate months in this: city. Mr. Funk says he the Park Hotel, left this week for their

J. S. Stratton of Peghorn was business believes we have the finest climate in home in West Branch, Mich. During NEPD.NElETPAROID Roofing ,
in the city Thursday transacting busi- the world, andstates that he and hisexcellent their stay here they made side
u,. W. H. Cooper, who has f filled many is sold promises.Nre..ET .
on proonot
family enjoyed moment -
every trips to other Florida of
ness. the position of pressman in the ValleyGazette towns, one "
office (several months, left 'of their stay among us. He those trips being!: by boat over our water PAROID R.ofin. (for theroria I\It,0.1 PROSLATE Rooflav. for
r Mr. and Mrs. E. I 1.. Bryant of Ope- on Monday for ;Sesser' 111. where he thinks the prospects exceedingly bright route to Fort Myers, and in 'each instance and sides ol bartia, MabU-e. (kutillry" roofs mid .,<1"1 of ",oldenc".mad all build.'I'
lika, Ala., were in the city a few days will in the printing business for the) future of this section : returned better satisfied that I JMtildmifa.' Slate in color. Coda lust thou Inns calling fur Mlrtiitlc roofs and \!dIDJr.011'0111cI. .
this week. engage "" Kissimmee offered! and I Resists' YJre. -Looks like tliiDitlcs. wears like dips l .
with big! brother.Dr. Mr Harry Mann arrived in more superior Vor ...., .
I thecity advantages than other city I' brooder .u" fcl<*d and 'temporary .ONflCTWATCRPROOF B..tldU*
Mr. T. M. Mills, of Lakt'land'sorem08t Friday from Uvalda Ga., on a any they'isited. bnildin thul nqunr .low-con! .
pros- Paper for under clapboards sad hio-
ail Mrs. William Kraoe thenew i A few weeks Mr. and i use
I ago NEPONSET RED-ROPE R oofing. FnruMtM t
( citizens spent Sunday in proprietor of Hotel 1 Kunnymode, terting tour, and from his .expressions ,Mrs. Estey visited their friends, Mr.I .. .r 10 every rrMpitt luiarr..0 lea It. "h**, in wall. of roaidcncvs. etc. K""plout
Kissimmee.Mr. made to a representative of this dampnfss. cold and drauifhta. Cuts lust
paper and Mrs. G. Lincoln h. hern ibn standard low-cebt rooluitf fur
left for his home in Illinois Saturdayto at Kissimmee
le will locate with us permanently.Hr. twenty iivu yuarit. bills one third.
W S. (Graham; of hive Oak, spend the* summer. During his absence Mann wan here about six: years Park, and while there bought a five 'j F. W. BIRD A SON E.*t WaI lpoU. M M. 4
made a brief visit to hm mother in this Mr. and Mr.. W. G. K'rape fire and that things have so acre orange and grapefruit" grove, and <
, of the hotel ago says later purchased from Mr. G.. E. Mat.
this week. in charge
rlty changed since that time that he now
tocks, of the .
wish be Mayor !';Stanford having a sidewalklaid eels the necessity of a guide to find Kissimmee manager Park, ten company owning
I If you to thoroughly entertained acres adjoin.
Trade alongside his store building on his way over the city, as, it has grown ing their and the
go; to the Board ol meeting grove, are having
Monday night.; Ruby avenue Mr. T. W. Ellis 1>eingthi entirely out of his recollection. ground put in condition for planting I q"j

ront r3l"tor. It in hoped others Advices from Mr. T. J. Appleyard, this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Estey will return 'fl. Lr.
Mrs. Kochenderfer left I Tuesday for owning property on that avenue will ocretaryof the 1 Florida Press Association in the early fall, when they will '
a two months visit with her daughterat follow the mayor's 1 good example.The Mate that the railroads have I! remain permanently.

\ St. meeting of tin Board of Trade I granted a round trip rate of (t8:,-Lori fromiBHimmee I ----- -

i II. P. Graham; hiss. ..returmi Monday night/ will b,- the most impor- K to Tallahassee, tickets to -
" .J hon from' an t'xlt'! to relatives Tant in the history of that body and b. on sale April 22 and 2.'t: ; and that any 'I .
will much Kissimmee. Thcre- person. whether delegate to the Prose I
Association convention which meets in .
for one of our citizens should 1 be
Mr. OSl'1I iN hildre.. left on Monday' (present and take part in the discus- the capitol city on the 25th, or not, I 'R4--#, yy, w .+ ,Fw1'ieQr
for a few daVs .visit with relativesand can avail themselves: of these rates. "'
sjons. ....
l friends at Ovi) o.
The Pythian Sisters held! a very enjoyable Mr. Bishop Shutts of Guthrie, Okla.,
Mr, J. W. Miller left this week to entertainment at their lodge uncle of Mrs Walter Nelson, wan, here
visit her daughter, .>1 n. J.xK. Singleton room in Fraternity Hall last Friday for a couple of days last week, the f
at Kradentown. .. night./ A splendid l program of recitations guest of Mr. A. S. Nelson and family. la 1r ti v t '
talks and music waft rendered Before leaving Mr. Shutts stated that I.
A little "want ad" in the Valley 'a- which were interspersed with delicious while he considered Oklahoma a good 'Formerly McNair & Son)
zette always brings results. Try it an) refreshments. country, it was. nothing as compared to
you will convinced.. this, and that he would return he **in Dyal-Upchurch Building:. Jacksonville: Florida

Mr. G. W. Jones of Kansas, who has August to locate for the remainder o( Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber in Florida, is well manufactured
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hornsby of been i irKthe city a few weeks, this week the time he was permitted to live on I
Gt'rmantown }>a., are visiting Mr. and bought aacre tract in Kissimmee earth, and carefully graded, and our facilities for: filling orders for carload lots are, exceptionallygood.. ?

M r... Harry Thurman. -Park. and WMIOW erecting a residenceand
Y hlnground in for Mr. Geo. U. Dean, who came to Kis !
Hon. W. J. Sears is in Jacksonville getting shape: simmee last fall from Nashville, Mich., -
. planting citrus fruit trees and vege- .,
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attending the convention of State superintendents 4
tables this fall. and purchased a lot and built a handsome
of education and modern residence in West v
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Dr. Roy J. Cunningham'ho arrivedin Kissimmee, left yesterday to spend the 1-
The Board of Trade will meet in regular the city a couple of weeks ago from summer at his former Northern home. ., "
session: on Monday night in the Wooster, Ohio, on Monday purchased Mr. Den says nothing; could induce JN
Council chamber at 7:30: o'clock. a tract of ten. acres in Park Gardens him tove out of Florida during the .

Two Narcoossee visitors to Kissim from the Nelson Realty Co., and at winter m nth, and that .he and} his ... .. .

mee on Wednesday were Mr. Fred once began: putting the ground In shape family will.. .more- than !likely remain .-., ,. '" ,
for trucking this fall. nere for all time When they return in : it "
Woodham and sister, Miss Eva. -. :: '. : : e

9 Mr. and Mrs. A. W. \Vinn have Rev. Father Fox of 'Orlando- 'will the" fall. 1 .. i '. "' \ : ,, '. /,
re come to Klssimmee Saturday afternoon Mr. 'Carrington Barre of Jackson-! &I! lhss7isrri + [ ,"k" " .
f' turned' the city after an absence of <: !{ (,i i1t1.\e.te;\ J. .W'Jat .?" fkf .
three weeks spent in Mississippi. April 22nd, on train 89. Will ville, president of the Kissimmee Val- .
: have devotions at 7:30 in the evening ley Land Co., owners of Kissimmee .
; Mr. C. W. Griffin and daughter, In the chapel at the home of Mrs. A. Park, was in the. city a few days this
Jeanette, returned on Friday from a Tress and will have Mass Sunday week in the interest of his company : .
visit to relatives at New Smyrna.Mrs. morning! at 8 o'clock in Fraternity hall. Mr. Barrs stated that he has never before iL A A
met with such- success as has attended tI l ltor
C. 1. Hyatt and baby have returned Mr. Earl Baxter, editor and manager hrs efforts in this section, and . .
from a three weeks' visit to of the St. Cloud Tribune, chaperoned that the only way in which he could I .'
Mrs. Hyatt's parents at Lakeland. a party of Six to Kissimmee Mon-, account for it was that our climate .
day night for the purpose of 'witnessing our soil and' our people must be superior ,
Misses Clara and Laura Frier of the performance of the Iron be found
to those to at I 1
iJ any -
I Lakeland! are spending the week in this Master at the opera house, returning other locality. .
city>U\e\ Mrs. FI I to that thriving little city by auto that .
L. Hyatt. 'i/ . .. i night"i: 1
II'/vtl/ Superintendent Joyner has installed a j

Mrs. C. F. Reeves and' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B". C. Grover of Zum- 100-candle power electric light on top .
Avon Park spent a few days this week brota. of the water tower, which is one hundred ,

,.. with Mrs. Reeves' sister, Miss Marion I a week prospecting for a location andso and fifty feet above the groun ..
Sargent.Mr. well This light, aside from being a beacon
: pleased are they tbat they returned 1
; to their home in Minnesota for for our boatmen to steer their boats b$, -
W. L. Hendricks of Green CoVe the purpose of selling out preparatoryto will serve to lighten all that portion.otthe ] FROST PROTECTED -> Wis
P Springs spent a few days In the city moving the fall to remain city for several blocks around ,the
this week visiting friends and transacting electric light plant. Mr. Jpyner's enterprise --- ,
business is to be commended, arid he is is isv

J Mr. J. W. Busbie of Jewett, Ohio, I receiving; much praise from our peoplefor SMALL FARMS
A three-line want ad in this paper who reached the city last week, on his forethought in this matter. .
was the cause of a sale of ten thousand Tuesday purchased the W. W. Carson
1 acres of land. It 'will do the same for cottage in West Kissimmee, which he Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Frisbie, who are
if it. and his will numbered among our most appreciated
you you try, family occupy as a resid- '
> This sale made winter residents left Tuesday for their .
ence. Was through the -
.' Mr. J. T. Miller, of the firm of Mal- Farmer real estate agency and information home in Aurelia, Iowa, to spend the tznd "_ .j
loy & Miller, turpentine operators near bureau. summer. Mr. and Mrs. '.Frlsbie own a tb
Haines City, was in the city Wednesday nice home on Mabbette street, which ,

transacting business.Mr. Mr. J. S. Jolly, general roadmaster, they have greatly improved the past
and Mr. L. O. Sparrow, engineer of winter by planting the grounds around :
and Mrs. Poole of Kingston, N. their residence .fruits and flowers of
roadway, prominent A. C. L. officials,
C reached the city Wednesday night spent Monday in Kissimmee lookingover various kinds. Mrs. Phelps, of Burlington LAKE FRONT
. to visit Mrs. Poole's brother, Roud- the company's and Vermont, wbo spent the sea
property -
I"- master Haley of the A. C. L. out plane for future track building mapping son here as their guest, also left for -
her HOME'SITES' /1
on Tuesday.The
to handle the increased
The Rev David D. Kidd will hold business\ :
I services in the Episcopal church on that this city i is giving that road. special committee appointed by .

.bfunday? next. Morning prayer, the the City Council to locate fire hose sta- w .
Mr. J, K. Smith of Carroll
ton Ga.
litany and sermon at 11 o'clock. ions: and attend to the construction of :
was i.tbe city Wednesday: and paid i '-
- : the buildings which committee is com-
II you want to -buy or sell anything, this Office a friendly call. Mr. :Smiths posed of H. M. Breaker, J, C. Moore
will find on a tour of inspection of the towns -- -- -------------- --- -
you our classified columns the and C. W. Dann demonstrated the - -- -----'
best means jfettingJriiouch with the of Florida with a view to locating andIItat..d fad that they ore men who never believe '
trading public. They all read 'em. that he had seen no city that in ''in putting anything off that is .

anywise compared with Kissimmee for worth dome, for they have dot only selected -
Capt. J. P. Sharpe, in command of general all-round. beauty and progressiveness : sites for tie buildings, an account ,
the government dredge Florida, whichis of-Which appeared in last week's ',..,.
now at work in the St. -Johns river, Valley Gazette, but have let the con- 1 '
ti spent Sunday here with his family. | Mr. Wm. Goodrich of Lake City) tract for the fire hose stations to Mr.J. .

The Osceola Minn., who was here for ajew days H. Smith, and that gentleman is
some handsome Pharmacy has placed about six weeks agg but 'who was now engaged; in erecting the houses, 9 ITA.ic
very signs on its show
called home to attend to some important which will be of corrogated iron. .
windows ,
which has added greatly to business, again reached Kissimme0 l I i

the appearance of that popular store on Frlda'y last, and will make( this city H. Edmund Swabey, proprietor of ; :, -t : '

e, ., Little Miss Lillian Harris daughter hiM permanent home, Mr. Goodrich the Pioneer Plumbing Shop, returned \ ,\ j
of editor W. B. Harris, of the Gazette while here in February purchased a from the state association of master #
entertained a number of her tittle tract of twenty acres on Shingle Creek, plumbers on Friday the 14th. The
friends on Tuesday afternoon in honorof which he will plant in citrus fruit trees meeting was held at St. Petersburg.
her ninth birthday. this fall, and is now negotiating for a Mr. Swabey reports that W. E. Mc-
home in this city ,, Andrews of Tampa was elected State Kissimmee Valley LandCompany -
:' (. Mr. Jim' Canon, who is associated president for the ensuing year; R. T. ;

i with Senator N. P. Bryan in the prac Mr. W. B. Makinson is at his old Joughin of Tampa, secretary; and C. .
p tice of law at Jacksonville, is in the home at Havre de Grace Maryland,, D. Godsey of St. Petersburg, treasurer I
t city on a visit to his parents Senator attending a reunion of his family. His The local union entertained the J. E. MATTOCKS, Vice Pres. &: Manager
} and Mrs. C. A. Carson. mother who is 82 years .of age, has state' association at a banquet given at I .
gathered around her Knee onece more in The Detroit St. Petersburg. The Na- ,
Messrs P. A. Vans Agnew and Ar- I this life her four children that she tional convention Is to be held at Gal-
thur E. Donegan were the hosts veston in" June. Mr. FLORIDA
JJ on an nursed in infancy, saw grow to man Swabey states
auto trio to the Kissimmee: prairie, I. and womanhood, and who now hojd that harmony and good-fellowship pre
f" their guest being Mr. Byer of New honored stations in the business and vailed among the members of the as h' AP
> Castle.: Indiana, who is speadingrome social world In different parts of the sociation. The State Association of -i this city the guest of Mr. Al- United States. Mr. Makinson is expected "merry plumbers" hope to meet in
fred Donegan to return here next week, Sanford! some) time in April next year.i I I 1u 1-I / !

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: LYflfluZQ Stoke lo..M.lftldaon.- .
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'. *, ; '.;f. rxira1cIJLr SURGEON : -' l'ubllc'Roads and .Highways-James '
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"t'"t /, v W. Perkins chairman James E. Fish, LakeF4m .4'
: ; Of,9cealTer' '0. j: ' 3.-N. Wilson. III)
\ r ( llesldence M \ Enact t Needed" :
:\ PRONK' ., a aw. >
c' f 0s. 148 : 1 I,' ,, "', .. ._. t' Prisons and Convicts-W H. 'Mc- ./ -
.u' At the:22nd annual meeting of tn Leod" cliairman; JamesW..eer'liins' D. Finest( proposition in Florida;for Excellent airy !farm and

Re&l Estate State Board of Health of Florida, hekK H.:Sloan, I., .. Withers, Buell Cooir. stock raising as well as farming' /and truck growing, and

: L. WINNIr" .. February 14th and 15th, 1911 at Jacks v. Penmona lt.F. Hosford, 'chairman; canbe ,
F 4-- -'--fi -_ , .' .., ,. SHiville-the, Board instructed the State J. A.. )VllJia s, 'At Z. ,Adkins William .at same time am excellent citrus: fro t grbyd grown I
a and ? - I Health Officer 'to have drafted'a bill V4 I FlournoVk-Ueorge W, Dayton. thus'having many different lines frofn which to !draw a heavy t tI

: "PHYSICIAN SURGEON. : i to be placed-before UTe legislature; :-Governors Message!! -J amtll E. Cal- I revieny! _..I.hJ] farm Is covered wlt lhl'-' Jieayiest growth or

'I", which, if adopted, would provide for a kin*, cliairran>; J. N., Wilson l 'H., Buell II.McCeary graAs, and good pure:> m TWpan be pToduced-cheaper,--on this,-- .--
r I' lriotsca PnoOrnci Lt KlesIMVa4ProatnA KISSIMIMEE,. FLORIDA sanitary engineering; division of the George W. Dayton, of the excellent\ grass
-WI PHOHI'K, 1 state health work. The State Board! of Cook{, j' plac> than anywheVe else..on-account '
,--.- ... _. Health has for a number'of years at its Attaches. James E. Calkins chairt and the fine land on which to raise .cheap feed: then it is located I .
- - annual meetings been impressed with man: E.L. Carney rrN.: Wltfiers. p. about-equal distance between!st. Cloud and Kissimmee; ,'', .

c' G. THOMA3ON : : the necessity existing throughout the II. .loan( Best of
I' F J. ca'n ppints profitably.
W.' THOMPSON state for expert advice and supervision Rules and Procedure-F. 1>1. Hudson> 'then milk be shipped to other

A / of the installation of public! Water dvairman> L. C. Massey, J. A. Williams <-? .. terms. can be had, and _when' one examines this: excellent;

II :.PHVsiCIAN'imd SURGEON 3 ply systems, the construction of W. II. II. McLeoil. : --.--property and see its defl !htful beach on the lake, and splen-

a. .. I for the proper disposal of Mines and Mineral Re8urceitAdk di3SajQmock lands for can readily see 'it is well ,
I Ofnce'I'honet' 74.and 3.. Residence 126 : FUNERAL DIRECTOR? and domestic wastes and also ur. B"aker'Culpepper.; -1 Cook and I'er- /' adaptedTo land J< ofbusine4sdesired. . t'

- ---yo And tion to drainage in. so far as these SUPJ klns.'\ I I, '
ters may effect the public ,I1<'alth. .'-
.D K. J. PCENSED EMBALMER; .'A bill which is thought to meet .

'. requirements and l'that should, JAPANESE LANE ..
any Conditions. Which may arise or We also have some excellent' grove property for ,sale_ at

(Opposite' Courthouse I found Mtasury to control has been I 'bargain prices:' and bpJendjd' colonization PPerty} small!
tJ/Mtslrs'la, \ Kara Bulldlnll'v; -
drawn and sent to the! president of the v-
tracts close to tow.n where all} social and business advantagescan
t -*. m. tr 12 m. .senate and the speaker of the house ofrepresentatives ..
OFFICE UOURSt, J \:30tu ::30II. ro.Te ., of the legislature, pow i experiments with Japanese be enjoyed. Full particulars to interested parties.
Jiave for
CJi1I & been carried on two
la __ > >hofte No. 76 Jgo IS. Ivr: KISHIMMHJ FLORIDA' 10 uraMion.. The text of the proposedmeasure l gears by the experiment station; and

-T --...---=-------.----- ill an follows: while the work iwto be (continued, the -
\\I-- P"R.) ., W. W. CARSON An Art To authorize the State Boardof riHultHRo. far obtained may be given

:".J. f iJUJ IDA REAL( (ESTATE all SAlt Health ol Florida employ asanititry here. '. Let us show you those firre-i O-acre tracts .inJEarILGar-
I ?,:I. : DENTIST Board!engineer/: consider whenever* the nt'l-essities the said 1. Japanese. cane is a groan feeder dens, where a fine flowing well can be ha.d on, any tart of the
Beautiful winter home sites, situated : may and produced the largest yield with a '
J /6fflce over Cole's Jewelry Store of sanitation in unit 1 about the state complete ferUlrter and lime trucking lands have a delightful lake front, and certainly is
4, tr the Lake Region; oj Florida, : and to further ,
Office Hours: 8-15.1-1; may HO. require provide 2. iround limestone Increased thyield <> the best trucking land in Osceola County.
i rucking and Farming Lands mTarge/ I for his lompi'iisHtiiin.Be U1)!
J Office phone 15H per .
1, ;/ Residence 23: or small tracts. it enacted l by the Legislature" qf :t. Sulphate of ammonia !gave on thewhile ,
the State of Florida 1 :
than dried
r :larger yield blood.
CITY I'ROl'KIHY A MbUALTYX ; Section 1 1. That the Stale Hoard. of
: .1.1 Muriute of potash
I, Idaltli of Florida be and is hereby gave a somewhat We still /have two cement cottages well built desirably

J. M. WlM-hON: ; Ju.1 List your property wiliPme for quick| uulhorirod to employ 01 ing.igithe pilate larger of |potash yiold than high'.RraiUsul- located and best of terns can be had in buying them for a

.' NoiAH I'UIII.IL. I sal s. servKes, of a sanitary engineer, whose Where fertilizers wertf expert knowledge! in the !aubJecl shall ammonia, the lidded.
STAT AT LAI lap IK." S determined UK-Mate Health Ofl no plot > an- .
I. : by .
d H. M. Breaker & Co.Hox av"rnf> 15 tons of green matter
('(Or. vi he-iii-M in the opinion of the a<'re; while six plots treated with IJuertilizer -
Real Knt:tie Agent. :State:; Health (om"l'r the n<-('<'iMtli'S of ammolJla. vii'ldeil

KlSSlMMI-r. KIOKIDA 175' / KISMiM.MI-r.>! 1.\. sanitation in ami about the slate may the average c-oiituiiiing/: sixteen and three-tenths on We want to show you borne of those fine Eureka Addition "
: redo.iiau expert| opinion and decision toim I ,per ,acre lots. remember they are a third larger than common lots and
t in II, rte! to Hie. tousttuctioriof I sewers,
gll ** the that treated with
I n plolll were the prettiest location of any suburban lots about KlbsimmecJust
''S N II 4 HAW""" I dr.i inane III'H l anit.irv 'harl'lpr, the lie I t II ili/ir ntaming g no I potuhh, we lind
r. A. VANH Af.NkW I outside limits where taxes cheap and t
city ire you <
of domenti g.
i Spatial xi tV age I< wanti'S, that the, yi'hlu\'rfjI.1 1 1t.I-tons; 1 ,per
VANS A'!,NKW: A. CltAW."OIUJ! .1 S.IJ.BILLOCKREAL I or the iKHtitiition ot petal )l.' water nufph >, year; while those plots which were the cooling fresh breezes from the lake

for any of the title. or town of the I treated! with a fertilizer ('0111 Irll1i Ill{ )>otitsh .
state of 1'limdaM .
yielded! Id" I; tons per acre per year --- - -- --
ESTATE !I :J. That the sanitary i-jigim-er/< The 1 plot which received fertilizer

'4 ) OII1.B, .I..AI11Let I II- IMnA I Hull/.,linirKlHMIIlim'H ....................... |I .a* prmiili-d,, for l hy> SiTl-ion 1 of this Aft. / cottoning' no phosphoi. ai'id, yieldedan .r Nelson Realty Company
,1 I Florida I shall) ."Jv.I.lie. employed at such .timesand uver.iKe i rop for the lw() yeaisof
... INSURANCEExamination. 1 stii h ,pt i mils at in the jud ini nt of. II.I! 1 tons' par acre. wl lie the average of
I \ I' II... Mat::; health Oil it i'r his espei t sciiiis ''s" jlois, which, renisida f'rllliLl'r OVER CITIZI..IBA.JK l :: :; : hlStil11M1:1:; : : I.:. I I (>IUHGLENNREAGIN.\
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J.I. '" \ may repinedSi
[ of Titles roii t Ial 111111;{ ph 8phoru II..J. wns only
i a : . :a.( Thal I the i'rinipensnhon, for lr
).I(> tons By -
< I-:K.I( ; :ItA'I"fOIfNIYSA'I'L1S' piratic per year
OON ; .
"I'1 tin'
1I: ) w& server s sanitary 'lIgn..r pro- to the t.diliit will In initueil .
Specialty v' for in SI''Ion, I and 2 of this that the which. iei\til .
: plot no phosphoiicacul .
> $: I i xhiiil \lixidby
At l I" ; (the Mali Il.illh the I
yielded largest tionngeiduring ( )
OllnirMh( the. ipjiroval; ) of I the I'resi-' the first. Plot
CorrebDondence SolicitedBargains year, iiiiipting'
Ones! Mali Hank liuililingkmsimmee I deut!) ivT the. :Slat Hoard: of lltallh." No.1<. '1'his, indicates strongly that a

I lornl.i/ S.J. 1 hat all laws. or parts. of iilliLitiit amount of phosphmic. acid

r laws in <' HM! with any of the pro- was held over MJ the soil from the previous -
vitMiis, of this Aet are. hereby repedkilSi .
p( Q.F. KKIIUiSATTORNKYATLAW <.. ">. That I this Act shall take (..f.f..l.t faking 3 tar the three plots which received ADVERTISERS
tlie upprmal of the governorCOMMITTEES I
ineotnplet| <* fertilizer we have an average -
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/ / ol 15: .H tons per acre per year
/ *whU> < which received a .
( Room 12 Second FJooi) ) ) l y
Estate We and .Ia.'c
I i State Hank Building In all kinds of Real I cbirnpk'ti". f..rulizdr, we have an aver- pi;i pan iopvW

Fire and Life J Insurance andArmours agb/ of 1*.3 tons per acre per year \ CALENIAItS' /' booklets
well ; Iliilli
Wo Signs, "tins
That, which received limestone at
Fertilizers. Rent- Of (he Florida Senate Now plot hoards and, I Advertising| ' Nosiltiis. in' LeiillurCelliiliml ,
the rule\ of one ton per acre produced a
and Collecting Rents a l and'A lIulII!
ing < 11111 nl.
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Session. crop of 21.!> tons per acre, In Qth..rword"
Taxes paid for '
I ThkiS the addition of the ton of Y'
Nonresidents, Judiciary A William / ground limestone increased the productivvnes -
chairman; A. Z. A'dKinn, <1,011. of the crop rather moro than

Notary Public at. Large R. O. MEEKKiss ,John I'. Stokes (;,- { I lIyton.RUl.11 twenty/live per cent This may have WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS.
been iluo to the limestone
Cmik J. W. Perkins, Jam">s E. lorrectingthe
;' Oflice over kloberson's Pharmac acidity of the soil, or it nave I LONG DISTANCE PHONE 296
lult1cc. Flu. (Calkin, W. II. II McL ol, W. i E. may
KISS1V.MKE.; FLA. Haker, I L. W. Zim I ueen due to a lack of calcium. which the .
.. ground limestone supplied ,
- -- J Judiciary H S J. llil >urn, chairman .
;. Louis C. Massey, B, C. McMullen -: Tatting: the different ch mital; elements OF TAMPA BUILDING
:. R. S. RAINS. J. A. Williams Ch /Ics E. Davis, into c\Dlllderationi;; e find that '
I. JENKINS & .:WOODIIAM W. H. alone, Jr., JU.| Johnson, the dried blootl gave an ijverajfo for the A ,

/," .' ::1A"I' ,. . TAILOR JSHOF- James 1-;. .Broome.-- 1{. B, Miller I. four plots oa M5.3 ton* per /' I
; > _ _;_ 'and make clothes to 'rnan's while the two plots tlrat/ received
:., \ , ,, I cut a N.. Withers { -? year; .
; -: H l, l'i(i-'i'b.'Ji'\.ut'I\: \ \,'/".\,"\g -j I"o4!., j' measurer, I do the "est steam cleaning Education-J.-A Williams, chairman; sulphate of amm nia gave an averago' / -
: t" t fi j D. C. McMullen, Charms! E. '' Davis of 17.2 tons per acre per' On a .
% year.
f\ any -color.; A'L'Ef
[Surveying>< and in town. I dye I. do James E. Calkins. / two'years' basis, would seem'that FOR'S t, '
kind of nepairing.: I clean, Hats.I of ammonia better '
any Finance and TaxationLouis C. Mas- sulphate wall a BUNGALOWWITH USEFENOLE"
have two of the beat Tailors i I' _fcpyeliditvmanIN; Withers, William source of ammonia for Japanese cane SIX ROOM A

I Drafting South. My>place of business'lsm rear' Nr Flounuiy"t7 I I). Finluyaon. F M. than dried' blood. !
i Hudson. In the case of the potash we find FIVE CITY LOTS
,, of J. II. R dditt's JewelryStore.PHONE that the four treated with muri I
Claims. I). H. Sloan, chairman; J. N. plots
a. / NO. 210 Wilson l It. F. Horsford, W. H. Malone, ate of potash yielded 15.7 tons per acre I
i I OJFICE IN FRATERNITY.HALLKISSIMMEE.. . Jr., J. C. L'Ingle.CorporationsW.. per year; while the two plots treated 2V Feet Front and 1 111; Fi/t Deepon
CALL Mjti AND I WI/ COME FOR E. Baker chair- with high-grade sulphate of potash Corner I

FLAn YOUR CMXTHES.Spring I man; John C. L'Engle: John 1'. Stokes gave 14.6 tons per acre per yvar This / 'To exterminate Bed Bugs,

II I J. A. Williams, II. H. McCreary. would indicate \that:! muriate of potashwas / Roaches, Moths, Ants, Mos
County Organization- H. II McCreary perhaps a better form of potash I -
Deep Well Gasoline Engine quitoes, Fleas and all class
chairman; E. L. Carney, J. H. for Japanese. cane than the I igh-grade ,
:: Johnson W. H. H MtLeod John W. sulphate.. ,otj.vermin. 1
W: C. BASSesale FlemingCLEANING 11 endersoiMunicipalities. We find likewise that the combination ntr pump Tank. v_ To kill and Ticks

h.u r j -John W Henderson of sulphate of ammonia and mu- prevent -

i h I esale and Retail Chairman; C. T. Culpepper, J. II. Hum riate of potash with a sufficient Amountof Water Pipc-d all over the lots. All in "Fleas, Lice and Flies on r

a - phrey. I 1. N. Withers, J. 1C. I.'Engle.B. acid phosphate gave us a higher;' food Condition. Nicely Furnished.' Animals.To .
A' Dealer ir. PRESSING Militia-. Johnson, chairman; W. yield per acre than other combinations

N DYEING ndREPAIRING E. Baker, Jumna E. Broome, George which inclui'el acid phosphate. The kill and prevent Fleas,
x i
W. Dayton, S. J. Hilburn.I highest tonnage was produced, however ALLFOR 51,800 IF TAKEN QUICK. lice and mites on Fowls.
and I Legislative Z. Adkins, where ground hmentoaa wau8ed- i
Beef Pork Exr..nses..A.
William W. in connection with the complete fertilizer.
chairman ; D. To the
IU( of
prevent spread
9 --ve } Flournoy W. II. H. McLeod. .- P. H. Rolfs in Press Bulletin 167, Owner P, 0, Box 515, DE'IThe :
Leave.word at my hou.e and clothe AI I n.tilliijp inlTl Forestry E.: E. Car Florida Agricultural Experiment !?ta.Nature's contagious diseases.
Mutton will be called lor and-ret.urned. r
fey chairman; C. T. Culpepper, R. F. -
Hoaford J. A. Williams L. Z. Zim. \ To disinfect Bath and.Toilet

Satisfaction Guarantcec Public Printing-Joseph II. Hum ManI 1 Room; Sinks, Waste Pipes,

PHONE 4.1.. phreys chairman; Buell Cook. Charles Warning Home Bakery Garbage Pails, Cellars, Kennels -
E. Davis, S. J. Hilburn H. McCreary.
Hills James E- Broome and. Fowl
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chairman; J. N Wilson, J.rJ. Perkins Takes this opportunity to ;thank Houses. I

;: I). A. "Finlayson W 11. Malone. Klseummoe People Must Recognize the good I people of this city for -
6 i Osceola TitleGuarantee Bills : T. and Heed It.
Enrolled C. Culpepper ..... their liberal patronage and would TO INSURE YOURSELF
House Painting chairman; A .Z. Adkins J. B Johnson,
I N Withers William' W. I Flournoy. Kidney ills come quietly". mysteriously. also take this means to say that PERFECTION OF HEALTH -

Y'; Company Banking' -Jonn C. L'Ei'lglethairman; our limited facilities for making

Charles E Davis, D. A, Finlayson, D. But nature always warns you goods will prevent (for awhile) our Female It used with a .

Paper Hanging. C. McMullen, James Calkmsv and Notice the kidney secretions.See general deliyery to all parts of the I sprayer.For I''
Railroads Canals .Telegraphs--
if the color is unhealthy- city. Quality and variety will he Sale by YOUR J DEALER
J. N. Wilson, chairman; L. C. Maguey 01
j G. P. GARRETT. Manager. DecoratingKalsomiiiiiig If there are settlings and sediment. direct if he can't
F. M. Hudson, J. A. Williams J. H. maintained always. Our nice minply you.
-- -- Humphreys,. Passages frequent, scanty painful. -. Quarts, 75c(> ; Half (,allons $1.110);

I'ublic 1anils and-Drain.age! : -J. II. B. It's time then to use Doan's Kidney HOT ROLLS and! BISCUITS Jailors, $2.50; Sprayer, 5c(

Real estate Miller, chairman; W lFinlten ,JW_ --
n Titles examined! and repurped i.n J. H. Humphreys, L. W. Zim F. M. "Pitta; Also HOT BREAD -- I !Manufactured only hy
i i. Taxes paid WorkmanshIp Guaranteed as .
Instruments r el mini; to real estate l'rivilegesmid, Elections; Buell Cook, sy. will be ready mornings and after- FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.,
carefully drawnCorrespondence Good as the Best. chairman A. Z. Adkins, John W. done work in Kissimmee. I
k I Ir ; Dean's have great noons, aril a nice Vllr.tyof, PIF.S
I derson. i D 11. Sloan John P lI..n'l Tampa Florida
and CAKE Parties and
I Solicited Weddinga
t Appropriations D; C. I lh-4t
r chairman; John C L'Engle, John P Mrs. P. G. White, Tier r\tuda avenue, specialty I

i ---- Stokes, F M. Hudson, Buell Cook. KiBHimmee, Fla., lays: \1: suffered/

C, H, WEBKING Not 5111I: I II Ij Commerce and Navi"ation--John P.Stokea I from backache and pains through my SMITH .' .
I). C McMullen
chairman ; ,
I also had deal of I
and a great
II j kidneys I
,, $" ASHES: ACHPEPPF.R-t-- James E';. Calkins, K F. Ilosford.\ DARLINGTON AVENUE I
from the idney secretions.Doan's .
t I D A. J Finlayson, chairman trouble II
<.Not) '}'Jy .. I Immigration I
\ jI. : N'J\,,,,!," '" .. W":-" E Baker, C. T. Culpepper, Kidney Pills, wfhich I procuredat I B. DICKERSON
t M IIOPOIUM .:- f-F.'t.:".. loJ ODOR .... (George W. Dayton, S J. IIllburn.I the Kissimmee Drug Co., relieved
', ....... ........ riot, NOM(.. I Public Health -W. H Malone J roo 1
IYII Ant. ,, '1 < me of all these difficulties, and at that C. W. Griffin: makes the bent
building blockm
'r A .''''' ''r.. lnAL" M.:.'I5.,, :, : chairman; C. L'Engle, C. 7. Cul- /<
f . Mon w.innk." /t..N roan rrynt.bM""e nl.. .nn. ,/j' D. Butler" .1 pepper, E Jj Carney, J. II. B. Miller. time I publicly endorsed them. During the South. They are made,
roOta. R.... torn AnOIreMf "Ly I P. "/ . I kenneh out of Lake Weir Sand,
i 1 .t uM IIOL vm.Rn.. I,' .yn'I (. institutional, AmendmentsCharles the three years that have since. coarse
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\,., s''';-;.: s::.::'.''Jrl Non n I'14pr.:: '',': r., !: E. Davis, chtijrman; John W. Hender passed I have not lost my faith in this FAMILY F GroceriesAND and Fared sharp-half and defy half comparison.and
f, =11I.." ...Ie .. . .I' ' { son; John P, Stokes, I.: C. Massey D. and I shall always be pleased wat..rproof.
", nlnnnrtdr.I.N{ a remedy I Will build
p rrlNnrrN' M 11..... I ,.. .. ..!1' "C. McMullen. endorsement. you a con- y/M/
.. .Mn.RIn...... .. IIn.od Wntr>....a1 w NN.. oo nM, ,.?..1 i + BARBER SHOP Tt'mperance-George W. Dayton, to give itAny. all dealers. Price 50 cts., tretihouae and guarantee it to
'd sale '
For by
II no un.ln' r..I' "" chairman E. L. Carney James E. "--- he water proof and, damp proof
tASHE CO ; Foster-Milburn-Co., Buffalo N. Y.. sole
; DISINFECTANT Brooma H. W. E. Set my Fire Place Mantle
: Joseph Humphreys,
)1'Q' FLORIDAASHES V tor the United States. FRESH MEATS .
TAMPA. Baker agents Six) Ivcs. .
<# Drinks & nameDoan'sandtake .-
Cold the
.._ .., Cigars Game and Fisheries-I.. Withers, Remember I
-<- .._..... ..".. other. j+* Works on
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"t- chairman J. Williams J. H. B. _
.'1 ; A. ____ ,_. ,n Delivery Every Day at
.....,---... .. J .t!..... "" $ Kissimmee FU Miller H. H. McCreary, W. II. H. Old papers for sale at this office Patronage: Solicited Any IloiirJ BRODWAYND, MIDLAND ,R, R, f ,
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Organized Labor-L. W. Zim, chair. 20 cenU a hundred 1 North Kissimmee Phone No. 8 _

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:'t DddeerMd, that the

i I emu RaIl........ a '. : -
;- suiting under the a few week Now Is the''
Notice\ BAPTIST s v
I l>e. and It In hereby ster entertained a k
time takeoff
.Notice Is hereby elves to g. II. amid till of oompii %' at a prominent; Bunyan' Stephens, pastor I'I to

of Orlando Florid*, J. a. McCroreV.ef.or ment Company and him to tell Sunday-i, I that; old
Broad....)'. H_ York,'New York (;) : J I.complainant, at tb. / .. .
\V I troublesome'roof
Ward of Klsslmmoe, 11Orlda\ and [ .J I j Circuit Court of Bald be satisfied If half Bible School 9.45 a. ml: ,\! E '

MotKRer, of Toledo, oliio sad to all at KtaHlramee truth?" ha asked. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7,15 p1'iflu' and put '011
Interested\ or having lion upon Urn I of June. A, D. luili\ : one pf theparty., B. y B. U.6:45: p. m.
herein tlvicrltxA.' that.on tbe{Bird: day o( liMbed once a woek batter.than that Communlo 1 ; RUBEROIDRob.Tng.
I Jill, Florid EaatCoa ]t ll-"' j Com,,. montbi prior to'tho \ went fishing; dovn. < Sunday .
I In IDS Circuit: Court, of Ibo Suvcntte 1011, In tbe'KlII '. less than! Monday:" (aftdr 8rd Sunday) _

I ''Cll''lIltor Florida,.In and lot O&ci-ola. newspaper of general i of.fact,' 1 never w Woman's Mijss. Union J evo 3 p. m. .

It* petition *e.tlag to take, by rlgtiCof. Bald1 Oaeoola Coolly a few crab Wednesday-((after _let Sunday) .?. 1 I -.ArtlAU* on the Dwelling.
-domain., tit.. fu.llil'l.1'lLdl' J<; Upno anti of do red' : to see the picture I
Union-Social the Barn. _
to5"p mTJiuredajr Satisfactory on
r I glit of way for tho railroad of said .", ( i DadeTaSa!; State>" back shell. E F
\ ._ _ __ _ .. _ Dependable on _the Factory ,
to wttt) VIAj March, A.D. Ull IIBB irpicture-of : ; ,, A boon Farm. '
.lKhlof war ouojiuodred. (100)) feet 12.\11'\ : back you know. Prayer meeting 7:00 p. m. ; .to any RJ ?
biilng flfty.(:>0)) (oeloneadi side of tl1e ----..- stories and saw ] Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. A perfect: and easily applied roofing i
Hue of edit right. ol way an BOW!" I" for any structure whatever. .,
Naked through the hinds of raid J. II. on and we'll II 'reatber'SDd' time-proof| flre-reallUng.! -. ;f fx
laugh and imld. J U McCroroy Notice is unreby 1 if what you Jell us. ., I
follows: will apply| to the t. an enRinee'on _S. S. Snyder, pastor. :- Beautiful Colored Effects :#
Tho.\\'cut half of Nest half'of "Bi" *'tlcn ( ) convene In . ( me that the In Red Drown and Green can be at.
>.>"d'Weoll.1t of W'cut hull of Heitlon !, lor the passage. of an was the quicker /Sunday School 9.45 a. m.. -A. 3Nelsqn : C talned.and maintained withRUBEROID. I

la Township Twent ve J:1j) South the waters of ink boiler." superintendent. '
Thirty Ure ((1,1): East, mid the goutliuiist of February Mer h. no lie on Church Service 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. [ RU-BER-OID!! .

ler of the Huiitlioanl quarter of Section l year u Hh any scluo what do I Christian Endeavor 6,80 p. m. ._ Color are permanent because they ''j
(lit), anil theF ant KalfolNorlhi.anl flag or with any : for?" said the. are worked into the.material I
Northeast quarter of Hoathcant quarter. fishing during.tho Prayer and JJibW study Thurs, 7 p m.,' Roofing In maaula ture. ,
South (half of Buutluapt quarter of b with a ""|iiu I".. for a minute Visitors most cordially invited to 'all \ 1,

;\ TlilrU'tm (l\II: ; Norlll halt! of Norlhitnxt. mesh stretched : ever a one of you ..ervi 's. aw The. RU-BER-OID Man V
Hontliw out Quarter lit. Northeast ullsrtor, half of SoutboaHt quarter and Houthuait five fwiVln length of the cocoanut? 300 or more Imitation.
ur of Voutlivt'Bt' quarter of Stttltin" 1 Iwe"'J'.t\vc' dollars ; men and '. MBTHODI3T
.. residents of the that preyed W''" Vfrltf for oar Roofing Book r.' k
four(24)sndNorlhxlwlquarlrr.of) N- com
Wm. H. Funk Ph. D.,
qiiarUr, laud Each. hall of NortlnM-sl non.real InntH 01 l th pastor. THE STANDARD'PAINT i iivwwet
l.akt'H Tolioiftckallga) No. There is Sunday School 9:45. a., m. -Prof. R (
Northeast quarter of "fhw"ol qsmrUr. CO.
South half of NotilhuettW, tjuHrU'r ol from the pr-ovlnioi'M >> climbs the M..Evans. superintendent %
.r( w r IM William Street. New York.OSCEOLA '/
t.a the best nuts
Twoitiy-fivoCqsadNlirlhhalfof; N<> Preaching' services 11 a. m., and\ 7.15
quarter, Houthwcitt of Northvcxt Kls,1iiln>co. rla.. (' them. Then it Dlstrlbuters
- -.-- claws into the p. m. 4( HARDWARE "C0.lgayyrsQe4'6r" .
tor. nod Went hsf. : of !oulliwwt" qunrtcr
tlmi Thlrl-.Ix (.V.). Towo..hlJl Twenty .fl ) Notice of mills the shell Boys League 1.30 p.m. .. Kla lmme>>

south ,lann llilrly-two (:12) HHHI: aid (' Ulpartlndit of the .. I and devours Junior League 2 p. m. 1

I lluo b, line Also furlhi.rdi'M'rlbi'd S.H. cool (;nliiei.'.lUft. lorlila. 'cocoanut bird Senior League 6:30 p. m. .
oRltou he urtli' lint of "',' Nal. .. i III t is a great piece Jr
l"It.1 a ) ) hereby. don't have to' Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7.15: / p. m.: -
(I' ;. I'uw litdup lwnly llvuo( ) S"'Ati) ; of WMltur. I (
It has feet Holy communion ever 1st Sunday \
llilrt>'threat.11)1 ) Fact. ,In 011"(11.i Cou"y, !lilt.. made, JlolII \" ( hammer You invited each of ***.***+**.* *****4*.*W*.*********.*.*****.**** *.#*.*
Mn, one UioiiMiiKl (lao l) leer, froiii the So IM''i2.) fur "[ are cordially to C'
",..I orliur of snld. 'HIM tiiiu "Six ("I. 'tow ".111\, ::11 south. : Its beak is these services. i I
suul h 0,elI,1t(: ) Kreih,. thlrtj (:flu, t tthrt M<'rfilliiii' hao flltwl ... and its lonlufis a ..
.<. tllou-anil I e4,9tw, ) ..t toMntliill: No : final i.mniiiiitMlou '. flies into a tr.'e, .
aai,i right ill any them south ,'\\v\t'II (I I ) t thcjand iilHivm ",'*,,, and carries it CHRISTIANS .
lini.* N rat I" en l yIglr'., duties, ud, tlir* lhilr< tilt Court. at of a the twist husk oR'and or t i J. Vance, na tor. i. Ideal Summer Fertilizing i

d red ((2K. ken ft"'llo' I ""II"n\o) \ 11(1( of llio dll lli del' ol Aprir I Preaching ayll 'a. m. and 7::TO p. m.
it a
right of WHY. HlLMcM' out h IM o I thmiihaiul Clnlnmnrt nana .. and Bible Behoof 9.45a.m. /A W. Wmn

hiilidreil (' rfNn) feet to 1 tin SdiiHi lute of ol NLlttierFlnnds. j its tongue the nut for superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assistant : Oranges Grapefruit :
the kOIlIlI\e.I."arh..r !'oiitti"esl l i 1IIft \\'. l,, Mel'IeI l \ ]
C Hi, .llon Ihlrtjxix ('"I) in ToMlinlklli, l'\ Job,a II wo"u. of 1' Iii 1 > I superintendent : Tangerines : I
said the doctor.
live Kolith Kntli' i I 11"'lyt".II IJ) Kant I ) Christian Endeavor every Sunday
Also a Irni, flit> I oMnl,) wick. .. ..... - -- ' a dead everfirg at 6.:30 p. m. 'i "More Friit--More Money ''

h sat chile of suul rlKliti of u .1 y.Ihriiuiihtlii' Citation of i illfl said Foster Prayer meeting and,choir practice every 'I
half of .HoiithiaKt. quarter of Si>, linn lb 7.00 the title of citrus book which will be free
Thursday sent
curl of Hit ('" and flouted at p. m. : is our new on request.
1i"I. In '1 0" ,,"hll' Tot'lIt.fl"' (.5) .
IlitliKi llilrtjlwo I2)I Ha-t nil In <> | Oi'eola t'oillil. )'. all worn out anll it : It is "right tIP'to-dale" and written from a grower's viewpoint.IpKAL .
.. .. : fish.t It was BO old
K.ln-k cli -< K ('iunl\ I 1'lorlIII.. will{ fiillfipponr 1 y die EPICOPAL.Hl'v. FERTILIZERS and ibEAL METHODS not Their
and are new tw
Wllcn >H, MallldH t. I | up
t to !1,1 t loon mutt on ale 'lit'r,'inNOK I tr
cm i HH )cart . I David D. Kidd
., jiurt for l/a 4erN nf saw a rector; value. has been Yl'ars of field work, but there are r
thprtf )'''u. a 1101 l i-at'h of you shallow water and i proven by always : f
tote of L'urll"'o It. Services every second and fourth Sun-
ptfmnliK llilpret<'d In of hating Ilo""tI)", sal Iii,I ou'nty ol <.iti...., caught it, too *. new points 'of interest to growers which should be considered. : ..6
proixrtv, fire hereby iitilifliMl anl ""' ) full dayatJIOOa. m.
to h.l mid, appear. In our card! | (Mrrult ( ,, Ttii.At art. Tin rt'''' and porpoise plays mow is \ Communion 2nd Sunday at morning i ONWARD and UPWARD I is the IDEAL: motto. We put forth all : "s 5
all Sad Kln ulnr Die
the ft rct Miililn hi Ma>'. I I'In. IxltiK Ih < watched them I the RIGHT
to give : q
ald d*"tetuud Flu' bt . services. *. our energies -
day of Mnld Month mill then and Ih'.lo roWt on oi before I turn belly .up Guild meeting every first Tuesday I "
what inn'rowt, if an>'. vou hate 111 nald ol of fish in a I
1911 Mini IIIt (olijtH?" I QUALITY SERVICE PRICE i '
ijen'rllM.I property .nllo .ho\\ ('''''01'. If them
the grunting tif 1

ItrlltloiH why the saute tor the should D..... and not pnrpow Ittt) taken..c set Hnld estate, othir'H I.. and they let catch them them Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. -" .'
to said Matilda E. go J > i
(,n said 1'1'111 loll. .,r Cluebe berrd. with a two, }
\Mln... Arthur\ K lionegan, ('|i-rk, percen or u"'rnons with ft mouse Kprrcct Swapc' '
ourt, and the co.l) ol..IIOmrt, this. 2. Wltn.o"'.:.* .my name feebly. (*. : Jacksonville, Florida. i r
Coast f( r"Kald< thin : away
of March I''ll D 11. big brain, too,- and Patent LeatherShb s : 41-
ARTHUR K' I 1'1)t: : tjto 1 I so much of GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK .........s.....+...................*..................
| HKA1,| (Mi rk (.'In'lilt ourt for
Nam ill I,1 <'omit)'. Florida. truth comb . -
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Notice of Attachment. Mulit'Notice...I lue1uf of ) tell had you smoked about When you buy WILLVOL LET 20 CENTS A DAY STAND

In Cirt tilt ('ourt, "thjudli'tall'Ire'lilt of I TS'o virtue of a l nul dtM.v,1'! it was as good!
In stud for OHcooli <:Conotv Mar> \' our or. raid tihder th, .. ate. Fish I a pal of Korrcct r BETWEEN YOU AND A HOME ?

situ hrr hnnl...nd vl Kohtrt II..JI.. Robert B. Mallnte, diftudant and H1I Florida. audio ( weighing over two ,
IH'raona lutircHtod In the abovf terr HittinK. In a 'cr all, were as have -satisfaction .

taunt or any of the laud h"r wherein Rob, I). as here.some We that had they 'of knowing you are You can buy aAA

acrlbed : estate of Olivine ,.
You will take notice that on the 2l '' plainant and Ch..... sliced and fried getting every ounce of
October 11110 null was ln lltuted. mlnimrator- Ibe "" / One day at value and comfort thaI' $1.000 to $2,000

Robert B. W .11...... lu the. Circuit Court deceaHed, end Sarah Brooklyn sitting is '
flu Judicial putt of Florida, In anil for -mlrgs, Jacob at a dish of fried possible to put. into? a c -NOME

Ola County, attachment by Mary / Jtmble Frninp, as 'Gee! t.hatYnice pair of shoes;
"her husband Henry Vannlerj.and that persona claiming I ate a piece without .
attachment dated October 1l.\. 19)0.-was ( Ihe bill of \ it. XI thought Korrect !Shapes are fast .

by the Clerk ol the Circuit Cimrt IIndd cots the led' 'walnuts winning favor among; men why: 5 cent
of aald Court on meld October 2.0111.lIlt.. Chancora. nlllacll\ at prunes. And are extremely,, particular about per

in his
levied "l|>oa the follou Ing ... i door li the city of K a prune
of their feet.
trarta or parcels of land altuflt. )>' County ou Monday, at our hotel one appearance
being in the County of iHceola, and l 1111, the following plentiful down Made in all the popular colors.Itrar .
Florida, to,wit : ted lu said Oncvola: : lal'llware man Return the principal at the rate of 17.1&0 per month on the $1,000 ti

An undivided one.half Intercal lu blocks Ii. I. land K. i They have a a giving you TEN AND A HALF YEARS to pay back the loan. Can v

of Section teentyseven (27/. mouth half dit lon tii tbe city of P4C&1UD .Co.M..o. pay off the loan as soon'aa ;you like Stopping Further Interest. v"
Ion twenty'ClKht I.2K), aoutheast .. cording to the plat ", cocoartuts a row
t1ectlno\wonly.ollle (.Mi'), northeast the County uf .... forsa dime to ,Braktoa.
south half of auction thirty threeU( : ), Terms of ..Kale each. time Vsu knock alaeai Our plan will help you to payoff'that Mortgage or Buy or Build

thirty. -four ((14): and northweHt qURrt'r lintel at ( ) of down "gt .a .rl a Home. Why Pay Rent Wnte us for literature explaining our
tlon thirty-five (:in), all In Tomulilp .t of April: A 1>. 1'Hl > s
that's' one" saKl proposition in detailSTANDARD .
five ((2!>) south af Range thirty-one (H) -" : 111 IItWlIEII U .
Yon are there lor.. required to appear If 1st sops
aid action on the Rule Day hi Nay Vane Agnew A assure you Such InranreekNoetM era 1400 : :s: 0 JI.: : E OOb.1: : J.A. "

same being tho lit dey of Ma\. 1111! StOltltorii for aI.iteerl east, wl SIN! CURRY BUILDING - TAMPA. FLORIDA
Ijdefaiilt thereof judgment will be t' grapefruit at riflset sin! l MS per keg ./
agalnta to health OLD BY .
{ you
h Notice of
them into a
4 Witness my baud and ttaal thlagsh; day
i to I M. WHIDDEN & CO.
uary, A. D 1911. In the County sea. .1
C. F PKBATT Florida.Waters'. A who traded v C. A. CARSON, President l'I. C, URYAN, BKCKETARV:
for : assure you up-lo-date aervice"Our
Sheriff! or Oaceola v.. W. O. King::To from grove A
Delfl' A Palmer and to all persons Indianapolis
thing I saw int'\!
for Plaintiff
Altorneya titled (cause or any WatersCarson
deNeiibed. snake charm a Ladies Ljne is now Complete

You will take right up to him I
Order of Publication "That'll do for
April, 1911, anit wan
S. ) Sunday CalL
J Inthe, Circuit Court of Onccola County, O. King lu the (' -
-In Chancery Security InvmtmKnt. ty Florida, In Grocery CompanyWholesale
pany a Corporation. Coinp'alnant! Grocery Company a ( SECONDHAND
Florida Southern Railroad .. .. ? that a writ of Notice. DS

y poration, Frank Q, Brown, Triutee rev, was Indued by and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES-
Frank Q. Drown and all pe'goni Sour. under the, Ice and Cold !: Bought Sold and Exchanged.

Intenat In the properly described In 4th lull, and under decided to Also a large stock of Windowsand 1
of complaint Defendant of attainment. I have { on Doors I
however can Porch Column, etc.
To the Florida Southern Jtailroad described. lota tracts l j jWE
reeling : lying sod being In the plant (before 10 Come in and see us before baying

This cause comini to be heard< "" State at Florida, : : -- -. ..
One Dollar Saved -- -
K T. Butler is One Dollar
motion of the complainant) for an Lota Thirty-two I
Made. .Let
licatloti fpr service on the defendant,The Thp-tv-'Iwo, Township! prove you SELL
them for -W I"s U
l Ida Southern Railroad Companr, .... Thlrl.o" K."t.1u can save you. y ,

under the lawa" of the Slate of Florida; Yin are therefore Florida Maps. OPPOSITE PO8TOFFICE V -- .
appearing that the Security Invetment said action on the HAY '
pany the omplalnant. bad Instituted same being the first : of 25 cents at M D, WILSON & GO HIDES ,
flied< It" bill of complaint In the circuit lu default thereof a pocket map of GRAIN
of Oaceola County Florida, against The against you to any address FURS f
y Southern Railroad Company a (' \\1100_ my hand We can also I. FERTILIZERS 1'

Frank Q. llrown. Trustee rank Q. April A, I). nil\ county at 91 WOOL -
all persona" claiming an interest In I estimate on SHINGLES

1f. erty la tty\! Raid bill of complaint d'>,,, Sheriff of AND .
name! and residences of whom are to the Vans Agnewa & (''' ORANGE BOXES
plalnantunknownt for the purpose of Altorneya
( r Ing the olpuds upon the title or the 16-4w. for Sale. I ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLECRATES ,
ant to the rands described In the add bill ; --
four bu
new room COUNTRY
appearing a subpoena 11''
I.ooMar1! ) out of the add Court directed to splendid water .j 1 .:
fendant the Florida Southern HaIIroad Notice I. hereby ; cash $800 CRATE NAILS ODUCE
the Legislature of ( .C. A. :
In said bill and that
a pany aa prayed -AND-
for 1811. at ... 1 J ,- I
subpoena wa placed lu the hand of the&
made for the paisage \ I I
and aald
of said peesnlaCou0ty by BUILDERPleas
turned because the sin>e could not be .,, establishing a . We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. '

h owing to the. failure of the said portions valley of of the Voluila.upper j' hereby given that We give special attention- to fitting out hunting ahd camping '

elect any officers oi1 appoint any for dosing the tax parties.
and St. Lucle and Kstlraat FurnishedSatisfaction
further because theonly known officers May let, and A. ;
agents of the aald corporation have ... I for Inatilng of bonds that time will Frte delivery city limits. Phone N6. 12.

a"otlr..m, tbe Stale of Florida for drainage district for I I costs will accrue Guaranteed W9 are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask' us for clrci r )
L 11>-IH W A .

aJx ((8) months 4 contlDiionaly before the ] L. Bandy, Tax .. '. I I I and prices on fertilizers.. -. fiu

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: A .Not d London Spot th. Seine .* ; : Classified Advertisements !

; K1SSIjEE- BaPTIST$ GHUBCR Bring 'Gladness;:to the Hearts of -' Many Fatncus _*** ., ,

Tower HlUJii. perhaps both tb. most '
Two NorThern Ladies" t'
important eminence, nn
. i CODI.. "IDII..rntJ.. for the faith whlvb wtt our A gentleman of'Kisaimmee sent two .pot to all London. Few of us *,, line, ech Ineer iolJ. lh
.,tor"lr.hlI'rere4 the Siluui.. *'-Jud. 8. think .s per 1
; _unto\ : boxes of orange blossoms this spring: wbat Tent persons'baro quietly 1 .
.c' ---: one to a-lady' in Canada' and the otherto lived ,lhere and wlmt others,' ci-uaUr .

.BUIiYAN..STEP iNS. I'.roft' a lady in Indiana. The Canada lady, 'arent'; .bave wept sad lied upon It. FOR SALE )1JSCELLEOUS 1 .

.. . .... ,....., ." .: ...........,;........ ,...-'-- . writes of her b d J *, sayIng: The To It, or rat\t'r.\ to \\Qrent Tower I ,
--' .1 -- ; : orange blossorns weroyso pretty and :..o.u tL .ctVie.Jlpcbealvur tn [.!.....n4_bin -WADE.' th -teoern-thend. i ''T 7 -
ar O2tDER-OF-S1WICE-APR..Z.3. -191'- fresh-and 'beautiluT/ I The afternoon" &.--M.-t AUTOMQBrtC-Umi"-S4oo1: 1

-- -- they came I was having a tea, so I put I trade: as au Itallut fortune teller. miles, look. like! a rjew) one and runs FOR fnjsh: fish, phone theRull Bass 'i

\ ... .MOHNINO''U; A. M: .. .. the blossoms on my.tea table and neat. while the "bedizened Buckingham often better has top, windshield'', specdoj j I Market;. No. 189. 19-tf i

I2t _. ....!' Plan Ir&ude.C ly'all the ladies noticed them anil.t toldJ.heBiJadieaofniyIrie.ndliLFJorida I walk -tjilther! to consultcon- meter, 'eight-day clock, chimes horn: I G'ET'II. 'N. flRATTONto'dnIveyoutartps1airwallsT43tf ll
"r v .........-...... ( jurer, ahrewd.: .tstsl'4'lnU9I1ue.: who metal tool-box, two extra -shoes. one'!4' _
: u&iogdrnvot1oi-: .. who was kind enough to send me flow "VSen" .felfon bVuffht, ot the "cutler's- Xtl' '"tube. w uP8 Uor trad Tor _.... 'r

' Hymn 487-"Jesus Shall Reign" . ers for: mv.-tea table. It must be love shop oji the .summit of t1hilI' for a town property. Address- E. M. F., "FOR dreised poultry phone the"Hull > JSEASONABLE' L'
I I Gotha, FIB 7 10-tf Bass Market. No189. 19-tf '"
: ScriptureLesson.. ly to see themgrowing I and inhale their ftblllhiff'the! ktllf'wltl1' which he killed .
. rich fragrance. It would be quite a FOR SALE-SweW vines. W.I'
:4 tbp duke's fattier may bare known\ fruits and- vegetables
: .. contrast to our weather when fifty degrees W. CarsoiH Kisamirnee. Fla. 17-lt p. 16-tf
: at
for what
I.Offertory 504-!:Missionary Chant"' beloW. zero. purpose It wa required __ :.. Edick&O'Briejn's.-- -; -
. The Indiana writes saying: The William Penn was horn .on Ibis hill KING'Quality shoes. for men at Cash I CARPENTER: jobbing and repairing, "
St : ., Sermon-Subject: 'ffhe Gall of ttie'Homeland"' lady '
t In house close\ to London wall. For. Store. I. 1-tf Jmper D. B. Call
: uns
i.- 611 Men of God Arise orpnge blossoms Invitation -"Y.e'__J -' t, 1 heard that one of our teachers Was to I I ty-four years (ater-th.rtt Is, In! A. I>. CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low erhold st. near. Orange, st.' J 1' 17.-t.!
, be married next'day. so of course, my 111.18: poet lay dVnd. {choked by a A
prices. See or write II. Fleming for
'.B. Y. P.U.6:4i: ,- .. first of the brideito be. 'rust which stnrvntlou ., \? MUTTON fresh, fat and fine, at the
... thought were II III Jmd.urged him particulars. 41)) tf Rull uses! Market, 1'I9. 19-tf
I sent them to her with a note telling | to devour too greedily Iu HU upper !phone :
f. her that. not brides could bo \st FOR HONEST and square deals in alt WOOD strand! Jit2f five '
EVENING SERVICE 7:15: many I room of the Hull tavern: This was" / the per ; strands
of real/ orange l bI08.omll. She wore j, 'ill fated Otway. At the time when kinds of real. estate, call on or write *75.. KiHsimmee Lumber Co.; 29USllANI1A1tGER *
Service. W. H. Farmer Box llS-tf ,
. Song them at her wedding and then threw j' ;t22.
., 83: ..."BleBsed Trinity" .. them up for some one to catch-the : be son of the muses lay lend Better-\ -- Orlando for bicycles:
one who' caught them W 1 be the next I, ton t the celebrated> founder of the FOR SALE-Six full bred bird doh anti Hundries. 25 w.heels! from $6.50
-\: : i: __ ( 34-'iSun of My Soul" i one married. 1 kept one spray for i singe qfter tho restoration( was only a few weeks old. Harry Dale, _up' 10 $111 rur nl'W. 12-7tpd

"_. 669 .Meet Me :There" myself.- i I i iV I wringing tears from the eyes of the I Kiasimmec, Fla.: ___ li-tf( CA K j'E '1'R fJOBI NG.1lf1d 'repairing.lood I

,j ': Scripture Lesson .-'. Kissimmeeite. t public; not for the fiimlshed "..n.l.. but FOR SALE-10M- ( > cypress fc'w.L', < poM.* ( work. See .I ame", Church St.

Song 109-"The Light of the World" i t at his own Ilrlltlotm' sorrows "In "Veil within city limits. A. H. Jarrell. near.!' !ain'St.!.' : _- _45.) .

.' 'J, Prayer. The' Recall. Ice Preserved." Kissimmee Drug Co. Ni-Ut-nd: LOST) A ijaii* of ladies. rimless nose .

'r: Offertory 437-"VVorki: E>r the. Night j is C ming' debate: on the-rejcall fMltu\!' of j jxThi I I If was 111 Orent' Tower street thnt -FOR- ---- ------ -ghiRReB' with gold chain, in smalt', reen
bargains resident .
in .
and I Peter the (!rent uVed to !pass Ills evenings projs.rty.truck east Kinder please return M thisoflicV
Sermon-Subject: "Your Sin Will Find You Out"Invitation political amendment to usage CUR"I. j lands and call :" >
; S .33JJ- "Draw Me Nearer" /-- tpm. i is /oiflj on quite briskly and the | drinking I :' hot pepper! nnd brandy( !i. M. Breaker. orange Ki8nTmm groyes; Fin. 4-tf unil, gel reward. I 17-lt pd
_. :
with his boon 'Carmarthen. - ---
i trj.aAitTts of this mean of regulating companion, Lord -
.. : + I Abe\ judiciary. iiixist that it would , I The State I B. Y. P. U. convention rne.'ts\vith tjicKjsaimmee the liuivh: .in" audi;! terror that its occupants I II. Fleming., :.l-tf" Sijj'i., Auto Ciirriuge Pain tin./ .1gliarititlt'i1'
U. the ; 7tli, mvl, ,sih of JII' '. ,, all work. Let
"'e 1 B. Y. P. ith. ''' could deal I' !ter: me figurewith
not &i wisely or !
,"J' .' It is'very necessary. that every young iflim and? (! young i I fairlj with ( before them. ATHLETIC.DEVOTI.ONS.. SEE King Quality shoes. lie-fore' I buying'\ MMI on that Job. I'. 0 Ilox.lIII. .
] .
i, t-. . woman in the} church give the union their) best. I nervine .. This i* absolutely. not the case Wehave I ' Cash. :Store.:; 1-tf !:
between now 111111111<' time for I ti) .> convention. The I "' tin" experience' of more than a Oymnactic Exerciiei That Impressed SEVERAL I GOOD; WINDMILL 1 I 0111> I iKK'l-HI; ( : I \Ve ,'ana fiill, I line of
meeting Sunday night just ....fon..hul'c.h' 1's to he 'Pl1t.| .e 3 tn attest, that as n rule. the (its t to sell. Mill. \ .,
century the Kurdish Villagers. i t tow<-r, pump' t lank. ,lire ni's. .ind<1 out slock js always
zIn imH| >rtant, one." Do not ?misw it. Com<' and! hring a i juiliciary does not rare, n for put>- ... :S.; II.\ Hullock.jJLfi fre-h, *
i union. tump Kverytlilni; I Is llnlil.-! 10.I I be < 1 1Hloiiil. "v"rylhin'ompll'l. < 'ity t il.'livery" ? "l-ilick &
friend. Boobt) your I lie, opinion. And if .it were true that . 11I1'1I'"If'I'l : (O'Mrien) Ifi-tf
I _
; even ir.vinniiMlIc "'rd. ) -
,' at 7:1.I; I JUo.j"s,1'\ I he nfrunl, I of the I people -
The prayer, Nervier on Thursday: : VIlU1!!: : > isI I IIYOlJ WAN'F7ii7nisliel .
wild to I be (U lie thermometer of the *| nnluchurch. ,,,,I life I of, Hiew ) their terrors "nittfht! Ix1 "u"jI.d; l yprotiiling trutli) HIIS brought home t I.. n..orl; ;"' I 11Ilepworth I I } rooms fir AN'YONI F! 11" "IIt'n'; can' stay t -a mail
... i Come out I nest Thur-ilay mid i I ..... here yoir| I ) / Ihi'insith IDIIK temr> Hiuliirriin / anti he tills Ills experience/ ligM housekeeping.: Write or riill! vassing. -
\ I'f. church Htamlx. ':- ..> : (invr/ I that no j judge Hhonld. lie lc- 111 "Through Armenia: Oil I Ilnr-iebiir. 'k I W. kinds II. Farmer, the, square" drillerall : I ilm . Meotjrown" lioss. :Sendfor; \ freeiKMiklft

.. < ,'all.':! more t than onre" :during! : a single' \ The author win stop'|>'liiK( In II Kurllllij ofIy or count r\' "rn V I's-Il4lstuv. lleacock A 214-1..,
Box :.VH.I I1 : : 1-
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term. j \'Ilin1111"! / Hie Inn |I'I.sspr And then t then- comes up; the idea : I I living I : room.n I \IF YOU WANT SCREENS: :; .;- UxceolaLumber -
( 'A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL that when popular sentiment 'is HO unmistakably t the morning Itegiin 1 ("0. They make (them any I IF' ( >'I'I WANT :srKKKNS; :.: see (OsceolaI.
\ ; __. i in certain ,ilirertinn or on : my regulargyniniisilcs. : size and kind you winrt and make I therii! I I..uu Ill I.IT Co They. make\ them any
'. : t> etwrfn ; stooping: null! my lingerstouched : to lit. live; them a trial. 7-tf .I/- iml k I"d'U' "nta".1. make them.
. ;'J t he lIt.,tl.! t lliro\vlng I u I finiiHnlniul ,
___ policies, ", is not( t III.* position' t t thepeople iiiy tn tI < !ive I h1118 trial 7-tf
like (the. .Ktokex| at u n beel Hlrlk I PIT GAMES Forty hens at 81 l.r.O: "II'h.)
'i take the side they uid vorate.exeuclungI.s .
I 1111"I: from, I Die xritiuUIer 'iinil goiiiK two cCrcks, $.;.llIi each ; two Mags, AN: intelligent' person may earn $1H
: :
liable to I lie I the right?
FISH LAW I lands ought to provide n very largetraflic Wliere would; be the harm in recallinga I thronvh all the exen-Nes.. none nf which I $2.5(1! (i each. K.: I k Kaghv., I Gotha.; monthlv. I No rorrespiindrig I for newspa
; : ( III farm p priMiucts such us corn Florida. ( tfIF pers. c'anvassmg."' ; Send for particular -
eolton(I cane' uplaml l I rIott. t a, alfalfa i judge, whose decisions; or leaning, I eter oinltl.ed I vonld'. gladly. |metaken I -. .----.----- >- t I *. I Press Synilicale.t. I I H I :2'J45lxickiiitt :? _
\ fruits. ant 'getableM'" Sea .Island cotton or practises. were openly defiant lo ii Npiii"ig; <. ballj>&ml II it 'tuilui \1 I Y()WANT SClfKENSseeOsceola: ; ), | , N.Y.

. ; I' \ For Osceola County Has Passed has heen., ,grown successfully' by popular') sentiment and the principles of been Impossible to gcr-.enough;; Lumber C'o. They make them! ansi.e \ 1-4
many of fin- older, ,settlers on (lie flat justictart,! the 'I..xt of the law?! The A |/nl/! t Is. euoniili: I lo t 1I111;'... II Turk.Well und I kind u you want u and I make t themto "MOXIK.) I : our new health ilrmk. is a

House of Representatives;: woods I lands. Corn on themlands I pro1 i Ti in"'" is naturally I inclined I i \ to the 1 idea< :Tygot uniler, wny vlthjny fx -nclses -I --(It..-liiv..thl'ma t trial.. 7-tf. splendid I I spring: t tonVc. well I I as HpleHxmg
1 duces from fifteen to thirty bushels to that it i* good; |olic.y to give: tl\e occupants lih ; ; -- -- --- and safisfying beverage
\\ smv thai: SALE Twelve ,
innllenceJIM stunt
r ', The Hon. C. S. Acn-e Pas succeeded the acre without f"rlrliz 'r. Gopher of the bench long terms. I Il'tliVy I m.x acre orange \'" hi>"rve all I I.... ot her ,popular
excited I ; roiiversn I lldii I 't I r"I''IOa : | grapefruit; grove; about I three miles drinks.;
/ mil
':, in getting the "pccial lih law for O"c.- rice yield. eighty !bushels to I the acre are good they will be allowed to remain ; ice cream. Kdirk, &
ola passed !by the House ol Represen- without fertilizer.. At present, the and be reelected. I If bad. they would I, uhNper I I then I censed.; a "rd |>unsiM, .. from Kissimmee, on railroad Will, (O'Hru'ii) l.r>-lf
sell at a bargain. Address \\ I 11.Tnold .
: taUveR and i i... no'w before the Senate great "indntlrv 'is "III I.' raising and the not, nor ought to, be re-elected anyway from, one I lo another. nnd I on/ by one l. Kissimmee. Kla. I if
for action. There is 110(Iouht but what herds all look well. Sheep and hogs 1 It is not a matter of 10* much the c"'I1"I.| of the room (juicily\ leftI < I 11 Keen-Harris.

A .1 that body will pass it by almost n unanimous thrive on the. ranK"Tlw! catll..m..nraiM" Importance) IIH somt agitated. |politicians I I feared, I flint t I they wt'ru'.on'endcd I and .

i t.. vote aa tjw l law iM conceded, to corn enough' to carry them over on both sides art trying to make it. I'' wanted I I to call I I t them. buck and a iixlo- FOR SAhE; (On Tuesday 'evening. at S ()'..ll'k Mr.
r ", be in the intef-est! of the people a* well from year to year for their horses. I Tampa Times. i g1:...' Just I then my tire(golini II entc'red.I Fruit Land; -The with ver-y f;! Citrus. Tljeron/ I H I 1 Keen the son of .J. .1. Keen
1 yellow clay sub-soil.
k as the preservation of the fish. Them flat woods' lands, art) among the Iuugiiluig.I / and of Knglcwoixl.: was united u i in the holy
Half from
The provisions of. the bill are as follows best in the !;state and can probably be Profjt in Indian Runner Ducks.i i ""%'hll'I tin ii happened I ?" I asked.Ho for $15.00 mile acre town in size railroad tract.. estate of matrimony with Mixs. Annie
I I : irrigated by artesian water, which is to laughed the harder he per any K I Harris, t the daughter of N. H. I Harris I -
AM replied : Convincing demonstrations in I Iii'shapt.
!. . Section 1. That from and after the be hau near (;Chuluota (geneva and Kissimmee. So much is being: said about the profitin "Tlo ,Kurds think of close of I this city.' :The ceremony wasperformed
J passage of this act it shall be unlawful It is a wonderful territorythat this breed of ducks I want to say you practicing groves by. by Key. S :S; Snyder, pastor '
i t u for any person or persons to catch any ,is to lie opened, and ,.it must certainly that I have yet to see anything pertaining devotional I religions I'".I'rlseM. nnd theyretired ownership Perfect makes this, price\ of the, Presbyterian; church. About y
,{ I fish in any fresh water lake or other count much in the 1I..ttltnand\ to the Runners that wits overrated.The under the Iml.r.I"| that you possible. title. Lands ad forty giK'Hts. relatives' anil friends, ,
'N stream in Osceola county of this state, upbuiloing of Florida.-, Augustine IndTan Runner duck is a beautifulbird would, regard l their presence an an 111-1 I joining selling; lor fro J,0<> to $KHI gathered "t.lilt'_ home of M r. 1 Keen's

4 PI;.",, with any seine or net or by shooting;, > Record. ; it is supposed| to come originally I truslon." I mee per ,acre.Fla. Address Limited, lox J' mnunr1tnnt 71:1.; HisHim-i brother, M r.' .lol.uL..L., 1 Keen, iiejirEnglewixMl. ? d

gigging, ()other_ set device during the ,I 1 from the'AVest Indies,. and wap introduced last After the ceremony bountiful
I long Ii.
". months of February March July and Little Ralph Snyder RecoveringRalph into thl" 100tntry; some fifteen or Invisible Indian It. refreshments were enjoyed by all.

: August of 'any year. And when any twenty years ago, 1 hey are very I All I I Imllan.s xceiii. I,.. have lea mnctl a The. w..lI. W.h'M, of _a host of friends is
-t 1; person or p.ersoiu) are found, on any Snyder the little son of Rev. hardy and from the..start they showed wonderful. way of walking unseen with. thin worthy young couple, who

fresh water lake or other stream in and Mrs. S. S. Snyder whojias, been disposition to be great layers.. Theyare making thenis-elven. IfivlHlble', like certain FOR SALE-Bearing Orange Grove. will be glad U) welcome their friends to
Baiti' county during; said months in a sorely afflicted for the past three'lean.. regular little egg .machines. They spiders 700 trees, 80 acres 14 acres .fenced, their htime on beautiful .Lake Ruby.
which. In caw' of alnrui.capsexl ,
-1 boat with seine or net it will be con-'''I] to the extent of having to He conn tan t- Will lay every month in the year... Theyare hammock pine, marsh and prairie ..
for example, by a bird .. . .
I .idered facie evidence of his slight I :---- -- --
his back result of Injury
prima or |""Iyon a* the an especially.good winter layers. They. land, cottage and .packing; house ',
r. I their &'\Jilt. Provided. that persona may j to( his spine;. has so far recovered moult good and will keep right' on lay ing on the bush! their-webu ore spread Next year's crop estimated at 6,000

.t use small cast neta for the purpose of.' under the rninistratipn\ of one of our ing through tha moult, that-is, if they I upon,. Immediately bounce themselves boxes. Cash or terms. Address, 01'j ,
3 catching bait during said months. local physician as to be able to stand are a heavy laying steam. One up and down on (their elastic\ threads Owner. Box 345, Kisaimmee. Fla. 48-tf ( 160,0tXI'ACRESat..jb0 ". -
,e Sec. 2. That from and after the pas ]I upon his feet, and onMonday walked party has had an Indian Runner duck' so.' rapidly that only a blur la risible. tn. the age of this act it shall be unlawful for from his! 'residence, a couple of blocks. that has laid 271 eggs. in ten months. The wild Indian power of escaping famous Kissimmee Valley, ,..%bor-: ..

any persons to catch fish In any fresh/ to the office of his attending: phyelc an. That shows what a well-bred Indian : observation even where there I Is little KOOSIK) AND KOAKI] } ,deringon; Lake Okeechobeeand;

i water lake or other stream in Osceola and after being electrically treated Runner can be made to do. In color or no cover (tIT hide In. was. probably Kisaiinrnee' Rivi.r.25.oHI .
,' .county o( this state during; the months was taken for an automobile ride over they are fawn and white and pencil acquired In burd* hunting nud ROOMS TO RENT Either: single or
of January, April, May June September the city. This bright little fellow has fawn and white Th t are beautifullymarkedabout slowly / en suite; suitable for light nouxe- ( )(' ACRKS:: CUT OVER
; October. November and December had the sympathy of every person in the head and body. Theyare fighting 1..on8'hll'1' trying tQ approach keeping. Apply to Mrs. .A. A. Simpson.
I take leu by surprint land at $t>.25:; on A. C. L. H. l lSliIlt
J of any year with any eine less than Kiasjmmee, and many a tear has been I very active foragers: but a two- I game 3-tf It.
4: four and a half inch jnetih stretched, ,: shed over hia sad plight and many a foot fence .in all that is. necessary to I or get safely away wUen compelled, to I hit citrus fruit land.OTHKR I. -
except the pocket and wings of the prayer liai been sent heavenward for confine hem. No water is requiredex- retreat. And thin experience transmitted -.

,t pocket of said seine whichshall not his recovery, and now that he is ableto cept for drinking purposes. Being of a through many' generation seems WANTED) I C'OLONY TRACTS

t exceed seventy-five feVt in lengths D up and around and his recovery very hardy nature they are easily at length to have become what la
,s Provided that nothing. tn this section an.ass'urrd fact. there is joy in every raised. The eggs: : are of good size, and vaguely called Instinct.--John !tlulr In WANTED-To buy or hire small boat 801)( ACRES AT BASSINCKK; ;

M i shall be construed to allow fishing with one of our households. but the greater are excellent for table use. I want to A tlantl,.. for few week-4- KslA.N- v.17-lt_ pWANTEDS300 I i in. Onceola County. Prospects of
,,; a seine or net for or under joy is in the ,hearts of his parents. -
any purpose right here, if have never tried
( say you or $400 for a. (5ryear soon being i a railroad town.Splendid ;4' .
1 any circumstance. except dip net 0,1'cast Indian Runner toasted, just try a .
An Elusive Water Lily. mortgage on a 5-acre truck farm, "
: net for purposes of catching bait Regrets He Cannot. Live Here. drake from three to four months old The water Illy of I the Amazon, has with house and flowing well" and 2 I opportunity this, tomake
TV in the waters of Lake Tohopekaliga or (the diwks are too yaluable to eat), ands acres fenced with growing II nice turn in real estate.J. .
Lake East Tohopekaliga in.said.countv. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Penfield, of Del if it isn't the finest meat you ever very elusive hs hll>ll. The buds pen( Carl U. Schmitt, City. 17ltWANT crops. I

4. e Sec. 3. That from and after the passage Delaware/ county, N. Y., arrived in ate. Not being so large; as the Pekin twice, the first' lime Just a chink at -- M. W1LLSON
of'this act It shall be unlawful for Kissimmee Friday night: and will re- ducks, the Runner requires when they thaI] Dp In the early sunrlne hours a ED-A number of young cow JR.,
tA any; person or persons to catch fish with -main in this section for ten days. Mr. are matured only-about two-third. of sort of premonitory symptom. On the and heifers. 'State what you have Kissimmee, Fla. '

- seines in any of' the fresh. water lakes'I i Penfield paid this city a visit two sum the food to keep tnem. The best time following evening It spreads. its four and price. New Eden Plantation Co. I I

or other streams of Qsceola county in ,I men ago. and was so impressed. with for hatching the eggs is from Februaryto sepals with .much alacrity that you can box 378, Kissimmee Fla. 16-tf ,
4 this state during the months of Janu- conditions prevailing here that he has the last of September. These eggs see them move. But the big white bud I I
"ry, April May, June. September, October now returned accompanied by his hatch remarkably well at any season of them remains unchanged until WANTED-Large tract of land in
: November and December of any '1' wife. lie stated that if he were a few the year, if hens be used t& do the 4 among o'clock In the morning\ wben It hur. either Lake, Orange; Polk or Oscepla 100 UVE SANDHILL CRANES
year who has not previously paid two years, younger Jbjs lot would be cast br oqing. Place the hen in a coop and / counties, with good transportation J Wasted for
and procured; from the county judge oft among us for all time, but after livingin keep her confined for a few days to riedly spreads! Its blossom wide open, facilities, for colonization; purposes. Zoological Porks.
3 4, said county a license to fish, the amount t Delhi for seventy years he could nat keep the ducklings out of water. Place remaining In this condition: only half Address) Roclar care Valley Gazette. \none\ ill\ |"ay now.lit'let sulee" for the e bird*. If you, bars
run thiit
of which said license shall be twenty- ,, make up his mind to move to a new a shallow pan just Outside the coop with an hour. Within the hour It bus near 13-tf I I he n.,,... HOIr. ''uKtw.t,iIK |,1M1B that)you; ,.wtire,., hatched from

1 -TJ- five dollar for residents of said ;county, "place-forthe few yet remaining' water for the little ducks. Ved the ly do t'd.find by another hour and a WANTED-Refined couples or a-entle.1 I i thin,null nrlnii.S hike them. home .ml ..h.. ihrm

: .J and fifty dollars for non-residents of to him. Mr. Penfield expressed great; ducklings first two or three days with half the entire (lower has. been drawn men for several nicely furnished:',, I 1.1". they.' ?!!are" Vita old "kquuurrel enough,"nil aba tame, neit Otter fall,

1 said cquntv; all said licenses to be surprise at the way Ki immee was stale bread soaked in water or milk. under water by the colling of.the stalk.Diamond rooms with bath; the best meals the . CECIL MMCM. tooioim., WMDIIIKOK. o. c. irvu
Issued for the pet.iAMt""br one building and said he confidently be. I ,
year. up From about one week old they ran market can afford. Corner Main and - -. -
Sec. 4. That laws and parts of laws j I lieved it would have ten thousand pop. be fed shorts mixed with a little bran, Pacific street. 50-tf |
1 in conflict with the provisions herein be i ulation in two years t l'ne.' with sand added and made into a ------ 1 -
and the same are hereby repealed. j crumbly mash. Feed<,l four: or five times Diamonds were first brought to Europe IF YpU HAVK: well located land or a'good
Sec. 6. This act shall take effect I Many Thanks.The a day. That will keep them growing from the '.'east where the mine business proposition for .sale at :: I

$ immediately upon its passage and approval fast and they, will commence laying by of Sumbulpoor was the first known. reasonable price write me at once i I I The Grower
bv the governor. I Kiasimrnfe Gazette prints what the time they are five months old. Golconda, now' In ruins was once a enclosing self addressed stamped en- > .
i it says has been adopted as a coat-of- diamond mart. The mines velope for reply, (owners only) Ad- I true.k. .. I
Then you will have eggs aU the winter. celebrated T siiI l (Uii Kr"wi r l*.>r
arms for that city. I It is an imitation My flock averaged over $8 duck I of Brazil discovered. in 1728 and I dress J C. Ross 816Second Avenue III'0r I,, Kha "i'ant' to know nl.oiit KUir-
1 I me per were
of silver and bears the I Wi-fkH Cl MKi .
: a tlollar inscriptions South, Minneapolis Minn. M-4t icr v. H'. monthSnappy.
from January to August, and are still time furnished most of the I .' ..
United Fates of 4.000 Ameri for a long : y. s' -"lIcI I'.1.'I i IHO"'rl.1 I I
-- -------- .ub..crll.Ii.
I cans. Ten Thousand in 1912. In Kis- laying. Ifyou want regular egg .. a. dlamonds'TSf Tommerfe.: In 1807 diamonds I Bright. Clean

? Will Open Up.Our Wonderfully Proc'j i simmee We Trust. It's in Florida." chines Indian Runner and mortgage-lifters duck and wont try the be were discovered In Cape Colony "'0 It ]n N'J' TtfH KI.OMIDA KRi O ; I

: I I Without intending to discourage this. you and In 1870 the Wonderful, finds In HOn l-lorida
ductive Kissimmee Valley. disappointed.C.. Stewart. in Florida DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Til. Avenuerimp,, Flit
!laudable stroke of enterprise we beg Grower. the Transvaal were made which le-
; i 1" to remind the Kissimmee boosters that suited In the Immense fortunes of the _.Icr.FOR. .
. i Opening a vast territory in Flor- ,
the extension. ther is a feoVraHaw. against using an I The Arabic Day late Cecil Itluodes and 01 hprs. Most RENT A suite of rooms corner
fertile empire. new '
I- .c. Of the s Florida EaRl( Coast Railway from |j!,!' imitation. of Tampa any coin Tribune.Thanks for. ad'.ertisingpurposes. The Annul day IH-KIIIN at slln1.1, of t lie.(illlliSflhIii 'of the, world are now Main and Oak streets.' Mrs. E. I D. The Florida: (;irower will furnish mailing "

',; .. Maytown, on the Titusvillc division, to'' Kro. Stovall but it is not and, I tlio i particulnr one v hlch I furnished by the. South African fields I'lummer. 11-tf I cartifrt.t'\ to all desiring tn .
ti .04 the eastern shore of Lake Okeechobee "K bOost- any month i I.* I tbnt.I on. \\ tl-lu I the ne\v -Ne"f York American. helpli
is to be of necessary for ,the 1" lm/lW" ___.... __..0.\ I usual Florida on I 1'ost ,
the new project going inestimable is. tlrVa Card ray,
ers-to! use imitation' coin for advertising moon \ seen after MUll""" A purl
-y value in the development and or other just now. The from the ) lucre A Crusher. May I'd.UNICE t.
1 / of the state. So little i is known' any purfiose cloudiness of the sky i 4 M. TILLER fr ...
of settling this new at'ctior/of the hta.tu that to real thing is too plentiful.Mr. I may be and generally; I Is considerabledifficulty "Yes* sir" fcald tho trust magnate; < . '. -f'

t :, the average citizen. the full significance G. II. MucDonougli who went In seeing the crescent lost. pr.oudly: "I "am the nrcldtect of my 4 Real state Agency.
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; of.the new development factor is not from Kissimmec- Huntington W. as it must always be. la I lie' radiance own fortune. '
ft- \). understood. j I Va. a couple of months. ago returned j of (the .net sun and consequently I there ""'pll," rejoined, the friendly critic l j ................................ > CITY HOME FOR SALE .. .
Vice-President J. E. Ingraham of the: here last night accompanied by a distinguished "all I've got to say Is that It's a lucky
Florida East Coast Railway is one of I p'.rty of west Virginians 'Is always uncertainty fur sonic times thing for you there were no !building 4 S Realty 'bought and sold. ? Cor. V erona-

the best posted men in Florida on the who cameto study conditions with a after sunset. whether( tho day that hnx inspectors around when you was' constructing .4 Houses rented. PI street and Orange -

entire East Coast and southern section I I view to locating and investing .apital. Just begun Is lo -reckoned with Ibo It."-Chicago News. 4 Taxes paid and Titles ver- h avenue, lot 70 x 1 40.

& 'of the state 1ft particular. -Mr. Ingra. last month, or .its the Until of a new 2 ified for non-residents. 6-room cottage. stable and
states that flat woods lands: are month. 4 chicken house.
ham ': The Fire Life and Accident In- P.rice I 1800
Into demand for general farmIng Handel's "M.tmiah." Honeymoon. J t'
: coming being strona-erand' more reliable I No musical' : work baa aided so materially Large desk blotters ton sale at this' "Murrimi, Is, a honeymoon a vacation UI surance. can remain on mortgage",
ie 4than high sandy ridges or dry ham. I Ij i be cause of charity. as Ilau- office for 10 cents. \ ?" Bonds. I HARRY W. THURMAN, Owner

j mock If a comprehensive system of del's oratorio of "The Mesuluh." -- -- "It may hI'. "my dear and It may be Llndemnitv I THE GIlA YSTOIIE ISSIMMEE
cultivation !II carefully carried out these Old newspaper for sale at this office the beginning of a long period of ...... ..,. 'V""V''"V'\ FlORIQA

t. ',.,, -. servitude."-Youngstown Telegram.J .. "V'I I I ,

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