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 28, 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: VID00487
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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and-Their Memory Honored latest Improved A pavilion Recommends That theCounty Com.
by managementris on our lake front has long
the U. D. C. ments to install Wins Prize been a necessity, but It seemed Impossible missioners! Locate the Jail Near
., will 'Firsf to get any one to take the lead in I
tion. I furnishing the money for its erection, I thi city Calaboose. '.
" ', The everyone recognizing that it would ,
Through a time honored custom instituted New Eden principal Pl ) .. I have to be well managed if It were expected I), "
many year a-.o, the 26th of ; :; to pay. When the band management -, A* was the .'
hay, expected, council chamber
observed Memorial sugar cane ust as to news was received I .
April is annually as a larger number yre go press . announced that it was ready was filled with members when ,
:; ) day in the South a day set apart to to take on the job there were dozensof I President Tri leU called the Board of
son planted
to the city that Miss Jean .
Thomas representing
the of the ,
commemorate memory living peas.cucumbers I. our citizen who volunteered to liberally Trade to order Monday night, as thv
and dead heroes<< of the conflict of the subscribe toward the project.and fattt had
been published that both.
civil war, rim '61 to '65. watermelons rully two Osceola High School; at theState spelling con: .. '. the the city canvassed I special committees appointed
On this day all through the South, named fruit : for funds for this purpose, a sufficient paVe a bill looking to giving Kissimmeethe
he comrades and descendants of these test, had won the first prize of one hundred amount was secured." commissionform of

departed soldiers show 'their loyalty engage tensive]\ in jcattle s ale. ] ] dollars. '. The band is deserving of the many" I the selecting of a site'governmentand to recommend -
and'love, and pay their tribute to them latter, aa I compliments they receive from our people to the County Commissioners for '
I by placing on their graves garlands of the best hogs and should be heartily, and liberally locating the new jail would make reports '
flowers and- Breaths qf green and by The farm paying and supported in anything it may under! i! .
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,*singing: the songs dear to the hearts bf comprise more . take. - I Afler the minutes were read and approved -
the boys in gray, and reviving the ii --- - I Secretary. Stanf9rd presented
interest of those. till with memori..R wire, and OmCERSJLECTED H HTo | several.communications, among- which
the and --- -
of struggles hardships completed was one from' the State Retail Merchants
which* they endured in fighting for I Association h
barn, which will I requesting t. aBoard
. what they thought was right. 1 to endorse certain bills
Serve Florida now
pointment Press Association
The Wyl Bryan Chapter of the United J pending before the legislature and wire #
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Is Now
Paugnters of the Confederacy on farming can not Pending During the Ensuing Year.: 'I I our representatives to that effect.. The

,. this memorial day decorated the graves Florida.but a request was complied with, and Secretary .
of the few confederate sulders| that Plantation I Tallahassee, Fla.. April 26.--In!] the Stanford was instructed to that

.... ,>re in the cemetery here and in the t r, two miles on final business session at Elks' Ball, effect.'I .
evening: held exercises in the school convince them : In National Congress held this morning before adjournmentof The committee on municipal improvements -
The address of Prof. R. the convention the
auditorium.< following were I through.'Chairman Willson, reported -
M. Evans was the principal attractionof ii' elected officers of-the Florida Press ,Association that they had before them the
theevening.. lie spoke briefly of corn for the ensuing, year : R. F. question of better wharf facilities and

the conditions* existing at the beginning Locate National Soldiers and McCormack, Live Oak, Democrat. tha, deepening of the channel in the
of the war logically proving that Home president; Frank C. MayeR, vice-presi lake, and that they hoped to b" able to

the Southern rftates did not in the least For the in Florida. -Our People Must See to It That It dent; J. W. White, Jacksonville treasurer present a definite plan to the Board at
violate the. Constitution of the United ; Thomas J. Appleyard secretary; I an early date.Treasurer ,
State* by seceding, but that it was House on Is Located Midway Between Kissimmee and M. F. Hethenngton, delegate to the Parker made a detailed report -
I their right: and privilege as states to National Editorial Association. I of the condition of the Board'sfinances '
do. "" He Hpoke of the motives and When Mr.1 E. St. Cloud. I Iii Palatka won out in the fight for the I showing them to be in a
ri-Hwmt that the various states had for cub., Pa., was next meeting (:lace against Live Oak-I healthy state, but there ware a few .
seceding( of which alavery was merelyincidental. Ho nurrhfmml' -- and Tampa by a good majority. I members who were negligent about '

) street: next to ; : : : has been almost two years since as suggested: all the old soldiers) here paying: their dues. He was instructed '
I Hi-i, honored IlIw l Confederate soldiers 1.1, Hicks and! Valley Gazette first began the agi- will write enthusiastically to the representatives PARTIAL PROGRAM to cite those members to the clause In
b> t.-llmg of their loyalty and bravery, ; an early date of petitioning the government to I and senators from their I the constitution which provides that
**sid lite Southern wom'n bV Fending- .dc-nce on the i Id'a national soldiers and sailors I former homes urging: the of _---- I I their names may be dropped from the
theirHitlent, : and helpful aid,, to the 1 i I good' ( tlint ... !, passage roll unless their indebtedness
I * : in thin immediate vicinity and such a bill to the end that it will be they liquidate
.soldier I" I il I) I h- li..ld. I Ji,' praised the I the i. i-onliiict to never I let the opportunity pans to'; much easier to secure it. I Of the Commencement Exercises of within thirty days.
C } of the Confederacy for Sloiu- ( ompiiny the of On motion of Chairman Nelson the
4)agiters* upon our people necessity "For these reasons, please lot me School.
T* ..-.* keeping alive the interest. and for |>reserving i-in) dwellingWoik , ...n t and concerted action if we urge you in all fairness to insert the location High membership con.mittee, Messrs. R. H.
I the memoruw. of the unciin-, f, Wa.. "+- / expect succes< along that line i i according to the original. : requestand : The following is an outline of the Ludlam and W. II. Norton were elected
'12i, -rat il.. ht'rol'sII\ Ir"v. so t that the foundation* and I I matter has .HO far progressed that j according': to the request herein program of the commencement exercises -, active members.
future generations may know that they I i I m nnger of tin- following': bill has been introduced i "Yours truly, I of the Osceola High School : The special committee appointed to
fought I umli-r niHUimountabliditlicul I i- I the contract, the United States Senate by Senator' "C. A. Carson." Thursday evening, May 4lh, at 8 draft a bill to be presented to the leg
,lies* and m-ver faltered in doing their will he ,'. ,. largely through the efforts of I o'clock : Combined recital by departments I islature seeking to place Kissimmee
best I that it will t.. C.. A. Carson who wan ap- of expression and music. under a commission form of government
MI .1. M. Gardner: a Confederate* ,' ever erected in (.' by the Boards/ of Trade, of Km-! TWENTY BUSHELS Friday morning: May 5th, at 9:30:: ;: again failed to make a written
\('tt'1* ill Ins* uniform of gray, madeshort Ii' Mr. Kelp wa and St. Cloud to take ': o'clock : All grades through the sixth report and after considerable discussion ;
. talk giving; many of lila. eyx-n- ; of people'' > the matter and I putdi. it to a "C'hllrl'e'l will be promoted. Parents and friends I a motion prevailed to dischargethe
,'''H"-en during; the war; when he as a : vimU-d' our city conc-IUHion.! Of Figs Have Been Gathered From of children in these grades especially I committee, as the time was so
!1.0) of seventeen joined the army ; of whom ' The bill follows : invited. I short that the legislature would be in

went through: many battles, WHH* : rvmained or will | Bill to Authorize the Location of a I One Tree in Kissimmee.We (Friday evening May 8th, at 8 o'clock: j session it impossible to secure ac- .'
wounded. and captuitfd. and endured, to make Branch Home for Disabled. Volunteer Reclamation contests. will lion on a bill along that line. ,
the hardships of a real soldiers life. I home( Soldiers Sailors, and Marines in the have not said much abont the 'fig': for the Meek medal,Boys and' the girls contest I The special committee appointed to \
Th. music<- during the, evening wau State of Kldrida. industry in this section, for the reason for the Carson medal. An admission I ascertain the wishes of our citizens as
/ >i-moyahle. , and added much to the, "Be it enacted by the Senate and that very lew of our people produced ''I I I charge of ten cents will be made on I to the most feasible sight on which the
y pl..a ure of the ,'vpnmj11' exerciser *" of Representatives of the United the fruit, and we were not certain that I thin evening to for commencement new county jail should be located sub- ',
the- the trees did well here, but an". hat I I pay ,
The following was program of America in Congress assem mitted the following report:
v Song Way down upon| the Suwanifl That the Board of Managers of' scare our mind has been 'relieved of atw, I expenses.Sunday morning: May 7th, at II I April 24th, 1911.
a <. River.": Changes NAlipflal i Home {or Disabled Volun uneasiness, for Mr. J. McHi4ttersbrought 'clock : The commencement sermon lIon S J. Triplett, jr

Invpcatinn -J. J.. Moon. Soldiersare hereby authorized and to the Valley Gazette office on *i.&!I bl' preached in the Auditorium by ,Chairman of Board of Trade, '
Song: ".lust before t h.._ Hat ticMother" to establish a branch of the' Tuesday four of as fine specimens us ReS. S. Snyder. A choir selected I Kissimmee. Florida

Mr. ("..ray.Mumc The city dairy at some suitable locality in the we1 ever saw. from the various churches 'will furnish Dear Sir: We, your committee appointed
Miss IXIUIHU, ThomaHon. and operated by of Florida, upon a tract of land They were of the yellow variety, and the musibv to inquire Inw-the' matter of ,
\"*0140. I)uct:'" Mrs. Bullock and Mr. the past two an area not tp exceed two hundred were picked from a tree growing: in Monday hiprning at 9:30 o'clock: All I the location of the. county jail, beg to
HroWn. by that fifty acres. I his yard on Emmett street, which has grades abovexthe sixth will be report follows: .. .
AddresS-Prof.* U. M. Evans. ,' son and Mr. "Sec. 2. That said branch home yielded as much as twenty bushels during moted. Paren ...and friendb of' these pro- We have examined several location "'

I .. -Violin Solo-VII Trovatore"-Mrs. gentlemen state be located -on the ground pur. a season, and Mrt McPhatter says children especiallySavlted. suggested by various .parties, and have
; Bullock I"' ', ..' -" begin building iv's unless a ;.suitable tract' should the tree has now at least fifteen bush Monday evening o'clock! ,Regular t Interviewed as many, of the citizens
. Talk by Mrn; J. M.' Gardner.; , >-' property they donated. the board of managers els hanging on the limbs. At that rate : graduating exercisefARr.URS' and taxpayers of this county aa was t .
-. Music.w1iss, .Gravsjand.\ Mjss Tliomason. the western six months after the approval we can see no reason why the growing possible. We finVTa very strong opposition '
q . '' r- """ .' *' '" make .. this act: Provided, That said board of figs could not be made a most pro- to the idea of placing the jail in.

Dixie and closing prayer, byRev.Hunyan modern in"all managers' may select any govern- fitable industry in and around Kissim- (MRS the court house yard, or in its immediate -'
Stophens. -' I It is the property suitable for such home mee, as the trees require little atten-I vIcinity, both from people living in '
Every time the 21 ith of April) rolls to furnish pur and with'the consent of the Secre- tion and suffer neither from the heat I this neighborhood, and from many :i-
around the bsL ul ihe living who/wore/ that will have of War. nor the cold. There is no more delici- Be' : thers. The court house building cc4tpying -
the gray ii* smaller ;and it will bV but. try and in any ''Sec. 3.\That as soon aa practicable I ous preserves than the fig, and it costs I Of Four Weeks to Given at the aa it does, the entire center of '
a few "hort'Yl'arsInlll\ there will be butter, cream, the approval of this Act the said much less to prepare than it does some I theblock certainly makes it undesirable , (
non.e left to attend these, annual reunion milk and cream of manitgtjrufthall begin the erec i others, to say nothing ot the amount State University. |I to pjace another large building on
Oliver of a suitable building or buildings that could be sold In the local market i the same"block. -
and plnee* wreaths upon the graves Mr. The Farmers' Course: that will be ,. .
of their departed comrade ,At thin management of the ,grounds secured by purchase or or shippeJVxaetly aa they are picked given at the University of Florida, be- I After muchx. patient Inquiry 'we are
for the use of said branch from the tree. of the opinionHhat, the jail should be '
meeting there was just one out of those time operated November 20th and ending I
noble amP grand'old! warriors'-J, M. which lie will ; We are not authority on the cultivation : Binning 16th will be of much benefitto located at some point that would not be
"Sec. 4. That of,cne" hun- of the fig, but are informed that
Gardner-; who wore the gray 'uniformof blooded cows the sum those who attend, an the course will detrimental to any residential or business
and fifty thousand dollars be and they are easily grown from slips planted section of town if
th Confederacy. Mr. Gardner entered from Mr. I include principles of agriculture, soils, 'I this:\ >and possible
the ranks of that I J.\ 'S of which dazzled the 'world and Carson and Mr. money in the treasury not other impossible tp kill the trees if they receive laboratory, field crops crop judging, I least likely to occur. With thtsxpbject (,
brought honor to. the South that will yCiung men, appropriated, toward defraying any kind of ordinary attention.Mr. farm machinery farm motors, drainage in view, we have located the site" ear
of all expenses.of the purchase of land McPhatter says he will take great the Electric Light Plant. Water Work
life beyond time itself at an early age, I ence irrigation, plant propagation, I
and never missed a battle or. took a'] ception wish i the construction buildings there pleasure in showing,: this tree to any plant diseases, injurious insects, citrus ,, and Ice Factory, and beg to say that In
furlough until the last shot had been I their for such branch home. who desire to see it, especially those fruits, citrus culture, citrus diseases, I our opinion this is the most satisfactory
fired, thlat hop dead. His hair l Is "Sec. 5. That all honorably dis from the North who have never seen trucking marketing. horses,' mules, I location that can be found. '
his soldiers, sailors and marines figs in their natural state.WOMAN'SAGU. i We attach hereto a communication J
now as white as the driven Snow, EDITOR beef cattle dairy cattle, hogs, sheep '
are or be hereafter I -- -- from Hon Georg"e F. Parker in -reference
now ,
cheeks" show -the wrinkles.of care and may goats poultry, stock judging, animal I *-
suffering and hardship of those days have admission into the branch : [ breeding, animal feeding, dairying I! to this location, and respectfully: '

that are now only hallowed membry; for disabled' soldiers as provided farm bactenolpgy! farm chemistry, re- I request to be diuchar truly
fcut the fire in his eye burns just as W. ". Johnson this Act." -searc h. I I Yours <.
Upon receipt of a copy of this bill by I C. W. Dann, .
bright: his pulse heat just as strong as Can you afford to go: on in the same .
when he sat upon his mount with drawn/ B. i Carson, that gentleman at Will Give an Exhibition of Antiquesat old ruts? Not when! improvement is I S. II. Bullock,

sabre waiting the order to charge. In (Fort Meade, : t forwarded the following letter to Chapter House. possible. The necessary knowledge is I F:,H...Lawson. .
Fletcher and Bryan : Committee. :
his breast there m no. hatred for his now within your. reach. Will you |I
Meade folks grasp ;1
foes of those agonizing days but a "Kissimmee City, Fla., April 24, 'U. The American Woman's League will the opportunity and profit thereby each Which report was unanimously en-
the last night over D. U. Fletcher and N. P. I I I dorsed by the Board, and'committee -
love for all mankind. und when Editor Ernest give on next Tuesday, the 2nd of May. and every day throughout the remaining t
corporal of the heavenly guard calls Meade Leuder Bryan, Washington, D. C. at their Chapter House an exhibition years of your life? "i instructed to appear'before the .
"JM.. Gardner he can answer"here" "Gentlemen : During the last ses of antiques and articles' of interest., You want larger crops. You wa."tt1: commissioner at' their next meeting { '
'. Bart.ow.The of Congress representing the Kis I I; and recommend to them In the of .
without u heart pang{ that he such old coins china less toil. You want You name '
.J:... as rare swords, more money. I .. .'" '
Board 1 of Trade "and the Vet- the Board, that they locate the jail andsheriff's ; .
committed. t.
leaves behind a wrong act i in laces, books and all interesting heir want more of the n cessities, comforts ,
When 111 this commnrcial age we who. directly Main sticet Association of $: t.. Cloud, I wrote looms, as well as, objects of interest and luxuries of life. Do you want to I residence on that site. I ""f.
of the between the Florida delegation requesting that know how On motion of Treasurer Parker the
knew aught war Mr. Simmons from foreign countries. There are to get them? Here -jt is:
bill be introduced home : sum of two hundred and fifty dollarswas
providing a
States should never let an angry such curios in the possession of Prepare yourself for more effective
when many
deed find into our street indigent soldiers and sailors, to be service- Learn set aside for the use of the. advertising .
a to in .
Ought: or way him and began the Kissimmee people, and the collec- w.orl> : harmony
t.. ft}' "'' have in Osceola county, Florida, at I committee.SURVEY .
'Veatnnent of these heroes who a cow whip. tion will be worth seeing. The doors with nature's lawa not antagonistically \ "
carved their names.on our hearts with 'I was much point as nE'arlyas practicable mid- will open at three in the afternoon and to them. Learn why, as wrll as
,their blood on a thousand battle fields. I not very retaliate, between,Kissimmee and St. Cloud. close at eleven in the evening, and how. DevQte a short time exclusively T"f'GLADfS .
Though the cause for which they so! affair. Mr/ bill was introduced by Senator I there will be music : during. hours. to the study of the facts and fundamental , : .
..o. gallantly foiigkt providing for a home of that thh.t have been -.
Tiobly no bravely I The sma H surn! ot ten cents wttt be principles discovered
for four long and wearv years i is dead tow.Mr.. Simmons in Florida ,ut not locating it more ,I charged for' admission to defray the by the best farmers that have I|, ,

never 'to b4. resurrected let us never rot decided just I immediately wrote Sena j< expenses such an exhibition will incur. lived and farmed in years gone by. Bill to That Effect Introduced* the 'f
Taliaferro asking to insert the ;
cease to honor them with our tears I"d, he understood him : Anyone who has anything that isdeemed Take a Farmers' Short Course in Ag
our prayers. There are only a few taken out as above stated but it seems j I I of interest on account of its riculture. I United States Senate. .4
left and they are old and gray let ud the city was not done. I am now in re I i age, its historical connections or its I Not having taken a short course in I Iagriculture i ,
them down the that of a copy of a bill introduced into do Senator D U. Fletcher \
guide safely path conduct. I unusui-l ,value and appearance will you not know the good has intro
leads to. the, grave.ANNUALJ1ECTION. ThefT present session of Congress by Sen. please notify one of the following committee it would do you. Would it not be wise duced the following bill in the United ,' Jt.
which Erlitor Fletcher along the same linen as I who. will greatly' appreciate its to investigate the matter? Your fu- t States Senate, and it is now before the I ..,
cent conviction' Taliaferro, a bill-that is, pro- loan, and promise careful handling, | ture success may depend upon the decision -i'', committee on public lands : '
W. O. Jordan' : .for si home to be located", .in and will be glad to. call for it: Mrs.! r Hedd the advice of those Who ':A Bill Providing for a Survey of the .

Iicrmtendent I Katz Mi*. Bullock, Mrs. .1. M Will- I have pursued a short course. Continue ,I I Unsurveyed Lands Known as the '\
... of Bartow "Representing: the towns of Kmpim- son, Misses Aultman and Moou.I not in the hard School of experience 1' Everglades of Florida. .
'!f' Held of Officers of' (he New Eden to be short, in and St. Cloud, please permit me to I learning what is already known and ,I "Be It enacted hy the Senateami ..
that tie bill be amended in I
Mick's by can be quickly imparted to you. Thu i i House of RepresentativesoftheUnited ( f
Plantation Company. and in Jordan's the definite location and fixing DANCPAVIHONWill have tried the old way and found it''I States of America in Congress assembled (-40:
in UsccolaT cbunty at a point as near- difficult and 1, That the of the Interior '
unprofitable. Why Secretary .
q' t Pn Friday night the annual meeting imposed. The practicable between Kissimmee not try ..
that these as I I a better why? Take a Farmers' Shorti I cause to have a survey or surveys made .I'
VT stockholders of the New Eden Plantation per

St. Cloud for the follow. oWe
Course in j of the.lanUa--i Floridaknown' '
Company was' held in this city, lightly, and reasons: JFirat because these two Be Built ( _Shor&.Jy.the! i AJ/'riC'ulture.whichJs abno j( tarthe" ', .
"tlatfly'Tree.I Everglades, and to make all <
officers elected the W. 11. I necessary
and to serve. during
) started the idea and commenced'
Cornet I
Band. of such
1 plats or maps or I'urveys -
ensuing vear-being Wm. II hman of twelve years agitation/ such home to be lo I 1 survey
,, a The ;; for which
: cottage being erected by Mr. Ed purpose the turn of ten
had used
Altoona, Pa., president and treasurer part i
; d in this/ county. Second, there is That the cornet band
in his is proving a i Hall in the Hans addition North Kis- 'thousand dollars or so much of said 'u
S. J. Triplett of Kissimmee vice. own larger number of 'G. A. R. veterans most valuable asset to
This our town is I simmee, is nearing completion and will Hum aa is necessary, is hereby appro- .
and and A. E. punished.
president manager. these two places than in any other daily being demonstrated, for its m m- be one of the neatest and most modern I priated. ,
Th6maa of. Kissimmee. secretary. ter from : of the state indicating that herS'
are constantly exerting their elI'orta I.In the city. That portion of Kissimmee
Reports of the year's work and progress tow paper, section of the state is the choice to not only bring the band up to the is fast
of the company's extensive farm produced in these veterans after having investi highest musical proficiency, but to en- tiuilding up and others are contemplating County Commissioner Ackies Baas . I
Narcoossee were read, which I ther comment. I building residences there came in from Peghorn Wednesday and '
it. Third
fr pear:+ by changing the bill tertain our people aa we I. Their latest during the summer. \ spent the day transacting business .

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The.SURPRISE ..' welbavel'ealizel! already, that along ,

1 ; : Thanks Legislature for''' His, Election with raj.Resources with the development.will be'developed of our,tiat the-1 ROSS, GRAVESCARRIES

:'Callanscemyt te As United States Senator. mind\* and characters of the youth of ,

GOODS il GINGHAMS our ?Ate' I esteem it a very great -C'O'WI'.LETE": STOCK OF, ,,
'The following address of )Hon.( ''N 1'. privilege to be permitted to represent A ; ;

Bryan to the Florida( legislature, on nuch ajataUt In the council chamber of
_... ._.' --S.T R-E WHITE, lining.notifitjj of hm ul U n.-ao United Jlirh IIi jujiatloo. as.thin/and,-itv onchi- - oK: E
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I Mr.;. President, and ,,Gentlemen the States senator at yotir '
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4 ..." _. ;1iRS. E.., L,,PfiARCE -1-. ... -. -wU4rvet2jjreati>I l: tion- with a 'determintarrepreeerrtimpartiallyeaelrnnil _I _y'I ,
\ ; : -
-''' 1ienlOnthis
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-' able toTbe
\> ( TTmnnyself every section of the's AND THftM AT ExTItEMRL9.1.gW.rRlCRe)
\ate to the best > S, ; LL1*
occasion to you my sincere V '. 1"
of '
Bcamaii my ability and whether I
Building *. thanks for your ejection Of m6 to. be ; succeed /
ilea: large '
I United/ States senator 1 realize that or small degree, I trust it SSMMEE 1 FL'OR1bA
1', '. can be truthfully said when I surrender i 'BRQA..P'fA Y K .
h this action i part docs not i inece.IIKrlly
upon this
s commission
individual choice that I have at least, .
.. voice' your been faithful to the trust reposed in 4
but that you are {giving expression and I ,
legal erect to the result of tho primary me. ._ I v II

". For tl.nt LINGERING 'COUGH InkpNYAU8 election recently held of which 1 was Gone But Not forgotten. ,
so fortunate us to be the nominee. .' (
'Him fact, so far from lessening, lather On March 6trr; 1911, at his brother's Keeping It Ulpl! ," : ,i'
a '
,l WINTER COUGH SYRUP increases my appreciation of your ae;. D. W. Preacott, Noah W. IVescott age\ H i
with the
relieved No man can keep up auto
tion, because you are from any 60 yearn, was called, to the great be-
re i! t', as the agents of the people Whohave .The last eight months of his life Va l looked jeverjrJ4tle while l'\J,
.,' Compound.; : over by \ '
+ Contains \ I or (Opium and I
': no Morphinp: thus expressed their choice; spent at his brother's home. During expert macTiineSt! who knows, ,!a '
Relieves! soreness!l an my ri'HrtiHibllty| us a public servant complication of diseases but passed
Heals. lullnmed TfsMies.2i "' .;. I where 1 would .prefer It, that la direct away quietly We can only Ray God ,I r the standard car frorn A to 7- \ 1// f

< { "Jullk() !sizes' to UK |.popltf as their public servant I giveth and he taketh away;,and we can = ) "
.. \ who, through you, tlivirpubkcaervantsalso exclaim with the Apostle Paul: Oh, ? Expert Service .
haye given me my 7 XIS'SIMME DRUG CO.: \ You, too, ,were iioniinutfd\ in primaryHectiun where is thy victory sting? There grave ill no I, Why not consult us oi ,your repair 'r' i
.- and 1 doubt not that there )JH question as to the future of this do- I n jobs, over)JJ1.uling. adjusting 'and .';I ..
.. just u Mlle keener sense of rl'sponsi- parted brother for Paul says: "It is b general oversight work Van have ;;, :

bility to the people, and a little more sown in corruption, it is raised in incorruption [ a reputation to keep up and we ',
ili'U'iiiMDttlioii to reln) iesent them and ." He was a great sufferer, ,
," '. their Interests than if you owed your on this side and, will be a ,rejoicer on guarantee..., to please you ?>i .
.election to.u caucus, a convention or a the other. ... i'
few individualsFur' m aell' 1 believe One thing'noticeable of him.waa his OiiffiiiVvCHrrU ...r J'--a. Ee= i.
thut the people have tlje light to ex-, ,
SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES faith in God. His trust in him was an
EVERY prese. a1- direct aM'I4\>siL; >le'. choice example for: us who are more blessed'' MILU;$ >IN(>, HKOA1)WAJM. \ &-
i SUCCESS THE SAME WAY '> lor' public' dicers as-well' _as their will to prepare as he was to meet hisMaker. '$
UH>II public <)uestionssjstrm It should be a pleasure to his l -

a BY SAVING.I MONEY. '('ur of primaries js the most friends to know his sufferings are >>
satisfactory method ol choosing' public turned into joy. He had live doctors ...
Do you want to be successful? Start saving'.t,Iw. I'ut your money in ollidlala yet dt'MM-I!. It i is true the lawI'OVl'pllllj attend hint. The last being Dr. Morvi \ '!
K primarp' elections In this tewnn pf Orlando. Every remedy\ that/ BA8S {
{ OF KISSlMMEff .tal"\*. might well! be amended and "eouJiKbe heani-of_ was applied, und all) .
CITIZENS )(\al do UK morretreclivelyandwith ,(ll bat willing hand could do was done, I' .
less I'X iieiiHe to register the will of the yet the Father willed for him to suffer
people;\and, without UH umin|{ to act for a time and then be released : \
We have more Savings Accounts than any other Bank in in tn<- n\lc\ of adviser I submit ,to
I Osceola County. / fir< your tonsuleration that It i i iK. the a wife and seven children, beside a I.

A Bank loaned FRKK If you haVen't procured duty of uU! laW\ HmkerHti, throw--arounil host of friends to mourn hm low HI'I| '
Savings do at once. this systenri e\ery possible) protection died in a full hope of a future joy.Services I, Does General Contracting. and Building and Furnishes Estimates -
one, so against bribery und corruption, anti if were held at the home of I). Structures "
of Dimensions whether
on an size or /
.possible, to Hmake it U-HM' exfi'ensiv; *'. To W. Prescott, and later laid t6 rest in ,
ARTHUR E. DOMBOAN. Frandant W. II. }j ORTON l..hl.r that end l Senator: Fletcher and 1 have the Shingle Creek cemetery. ; it 6e a Two-Room Cottage or a Touns' Hot
hill forward,?! to l'luyml'mber of the Cease ye fond relatives. to weep I I ILet -- i' \ '
leKisliiture a Senate 'document containing gi let no more your bosoms swell Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIA WELLS ...
.. copies of \\ict of the legislatures of For what ill death? Tis nature's sleep. in which he bas met with the greatet.sutcess ,
i Heseral states., which, in my Ol>llllon, It The tramp of God 1 will break ill spell i of any man in Florida. ) \ -'
wouhl be well for you to consider at For Ae who's a-ms are strong U> save I, \
thin HexNion Of the legislature.lint Will raise triumph over the gra\e '
W. H. ARN LD with of its defects, and in I Virginia Prescott. Give him your work and it "" rt ...
; r.pite. of the that it has b..n necessary I will be well)) and quickly done i'-.lSSlll1 mee\r JH.H .
I to hold four .primary elections to I II

. Contractor and B ilder e determine the choice) of the Democratic I \ _j4.I -

parly for elected the Iposition to, I which have you NICE CITY HOME FOR SALE ,
ETfMATIE: F RNINQO'Q have just me, it is no .
PLAT AND doubt, a source of satisfaction and relief -
A'cATfc: ::>N.
I 1 to each and every one of you that \
tip your time! has not' been taken up in any; Cor. Verona streekd Or- i -++++++++++++.I ++++++++4+++++++++++++++++++++*++k1.-

I guarantee my work, when completed, to Le' I degree in considering the election of a apge avenue, 140. I
contracted for United' :States: senator; and it is likewise 6-room Ttd THE CASH
just WI STORE, ikJ'
\ 1 1Ii foii tha
A a matter congratulation chicken house. Price I 1800 I Ii :
P.O. Eoa .97 IR Upper BrwdwarK1 the day is past when it is' possible for J .
can remain on mortgage.HARRY
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the candidate selected by the legislature t '

,I aSIMMEE. FLORIDA of Florida to have his election W.THURMAN. Owner I i ( \ First Door North of Postoffice. .' '

brought in question.. No investigating THE GRITSTONE KISSIMNEE, FLORIDA ..

/..". \,', committees found necessary or inquire under or l this i into-mod your systejn advisable selectioniou are tosupervise , ,I I i \ T)lere you ; ;; SHOES, J TSl' / Y ,

; fV\: .......................... and "possible are spared disgrace the time that and have bitterness come, 1 l' ': DIY GOODS AND NOTIONS, allot best ., \i

:, J, EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH to this other connection states, in it affords recent much In fNi r l (quality and lowest prices. i ii

'. A.ltlSta.4ard: Oil co.MACH,-. pleasure to say to you Chat the houseof I

I : '',-- :: :: :EROSLiv : : passed representatives for a constitutional the election of of am tongress United ndment States providing has Your eyes are your ,most. faithful' I i| call Before\ Buying Elsewhere I \ '

/ 'T rY, Feed and Sale Stable : ple senators, and it by is a entirely direct vote wiahiri bf\ the the range peo I' helper. Without them ;Jife would be a ++++++I++ ++++4+++++t++. +I +. +"++++++"*++++ j ++*' +41+

Jot probabilities before this session 'Youowe 1 . ) 1,.
round of misery It to
,A Rt. lutcrttotioll.IlIorvestlug Co. shall have adjourned you will \bill given dreary 1.I I ,
'l': the opportunity of ratifying that constitutional your eyes to give them the beat'I?" ,

_ : AZL' HCZ: TODS: HZZS-A.-VX": X.A' LnN"O" amendment, and thua place sible treatment and. when they are :
: Florida among the first of the stales in )
f carrying out one of the expressed ailing to have them properl: attendedto. The BULL BASS NEAR|ET
5 Everything: new end firs; cliss. We render prompt and promises of Democratic platform I ,

satisfactory service day or night. adopted at Denver in obedience to a l
popular demand of all the people Irre Dr. Cole has been.suceessfully fitting Bearden Building Block from Depot \ ;
ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT spective of party. It is noteworthy ir '
: for the '!1 and hrs i .
this connection that the republicans of glasses past years [ \ 1

t Z Kissimmee Fla. Phone 113. the house of representatives, notwith- services are the best! your mdney can I II Fresh Florida ,01 all kinds,.
standing the fact that at the last convention .

'I .......................... decisive of vote the the republican proposition party to elect by a I buy.You owe it. to ymyt- |; eyes to consult ,I 1 und Western .J1. .J1. ..J1."X i. ,

_ senators by direct vote of the people EGGS. FRESH ?
---- -- -- -- was voted down. have joined with the him when you need'glasses.Dr. I! POULTRY, t., : '

i democrats in voting almost solidly for Edgar Cole can be found at I Special flllenlion lo Phone Orders and Free'j" ,
I this constitutional amendment. ..
C, A. Cole's iewelry store, Kigsimmee, lo the "
Not for many years has the prospectsfor f Delivery any part of City) Phone 1.89
Osceola LumberC a nation wide victory for our party Florid V f
been so bright. A few days ago 1 had > n
the pleasure of witnessing{ the installation ,
'. into office of the third democratic
speaker of the house of representatives .
ompahyi since the war and immediatelythe ro3P I
}r democrats of the house of representatives ,- !

in congress began to carry ,
DEALERS IN- out in good faith the promises of our I 1'1
party, to bear in mind the tenet of our 1 Ii
party, as old asthe party itself, of ''I i''I
Rough and Dres ed Lumber equal rights to all and spe-ial privileges ,, ,I!
to none; and that it is not necessary "

to pass many laws as it is that ,/
the laws which are passed shall befound..lln
1 believe it is the duty of all le< ,' LATH, > RICK, LIME o tore to vote for such measures as will i
/ "
secure good government; as will render \\f
impossible demoralizing influences --- > :
: NbvEL'TV :
t WORKS which seek protection at the hands of j ,
the law; that the rights of the individual {
) / and his protection from vicious influences -

t . GENERAL BUILDIN MATERIAL should be considered much in "
\ advance of the opportunity of other individuals I' ;"- ,lj
to enjoy privileges detrimental -

r'C. rt J' Free Delivery to All(Darts of City jmmmm ors I the public under protection of I

I The democratic has now an .
- party opportunity <
T ::
: I to fulfill, its promises of revision ,
i < I of the tariff, and already bills
have been Introduced to right the j .
wrongs perpetuated by a r eputilfganprotective / 1 ,( ./,

r- 4 :....................................... a .. The democratic tariff. party has now'an op- Poor plumbing is mighty dear al. any I price hI

'* > = WHAT IT MEANS : portunity to fulfill its promises'9t revision fact it would prove dl'I I IIB for nothing, V>nutimes. <- /
C \ : of the tariff, and alretdy bills /
,,, i "'a07 prrlple do sot know what a "..nk'a Cap U.1 le tor or the dltrerdi0a bee I have been introduced to 'ngjit the I .
1 seen a book of little or 110 caplt.1 aod oar .lib .;apll.,. j What's the UIINW r 'r Let us do it,, and d I ) '.it '.
= wrongs perpetuated by a republican
tit, ;) ,_ = > nANK'8 CAPITAL AND &I.YX..US = I,. protective tariff designed. 'for the Dene- ) /
>, li it>.fund ihnt.pmleru the drpn ltora from Imo, the larger It la tber = tit of a few people at the of ,' as it hhould be done. iind, then It will STAY; done. ,/ "
ti mter prot t I Capltal I of .'. . .,., "r.0'-000'011 . ir = the masses of the people. I know it .
r .. will be good news to the democrats in I
( Hnrplai rand] ,., .. 01 MVI iwiStotkhold.r. r '
;t I := : .'Oil"b'I'il'l 7 _' . MMJOO'UO = the national legislature to be assured ---- .--. )

>\ "II II A total of '.....(.. .. "" . tlrJWe-00 II_ that tbe democratic legislature of Florida ---

$' ___ _I_.==Tb. a taaatJaw 8" k..-.? ?,. ,_, >u.. u I ----'OS'CE-orA: J
coo I a .roleotlon i ior YOU = WARE
It is a source'of pride to all Floridians \ t.
.: I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE i' that people of other sections of ours: "

'i, -<"'- \ S country have realized to some extent .( Sk\ /' LUPF L .NU ger i
., our natural resources and are coming* t
KIr ID..1II =
. in to help us build even a greater state. { fld
= C. A. CARSOL, J"HN H IBBVlrePra.ld N. B. CARSON i 1 believe the policy heretofore adoptedand .
!"I' J J'rpilrlent "ni I I' Oaahl.r" = now maintained of providing liber- ."

.,f r f'a ...........................................wawuwaawa.aawa.T .= .1 ally for the public schools: of the state, I-" ;,

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__ '-4' -__ But;, all's well ,that ends well, and the
G WOO- Pff rlpsa l? ulnh''-linn- liiriU'M-'flown aid ,
- came back. During' her absence th. u"
(spouse wai chief director: both behind =;:- '- -'

i -t H the, counter and 4n household! affair( *. -- -
: : gWLc" ,- The.young ladies at the pesidenceasssothoroupfhln -- ... -- SUMMER :

t'tlu : ::Of INTEREST CLIPPED : the several stations that '

C rrU ae Cala/cla'a_ -- -1 'THE ST. rtOUD TRIBUNE.. absence noconfu8'1on arises' from the'good: ,lady') q ESS. GOODS I I.

The crops are in splendid shape:, the
-X I ,
,:.;:'. t V. f. ; .... evening April 18, at the rains baring been sufficient to oroduce.; '* ,
a magnificent growth, and nature has I "
f Mrs. S. M. Kellogg Delaware
... ..: .1 -, I 12th street; occurred the put oil a covering of green tbat would ; Ladies-watch our show' ,indO"y"" for we' are: howffllt
{ : create in the minds of the inhabitants the latest ,
envy creations
of Mr. Joseph G. Hill of St. of Emerald: Isle. The In Summer Dress Materials ; but better, ;;

\, SHOES and CLOTHING <. Mrs.: Mary N. 'Smlth." of power of both climate and recuperative soil in yet come in and tel! us'shovyou all we hive, and, maybe '* ,
N.: Y
,,. 1' ...! .1" .i ti I ; this section is remarkable. Jack Frost can help chooSe e 'I'
you patterns>
II .:;l. may 'attack the January and February and materials: for those s'ttm- ,
.. i\ .' .. can tx .0.... In Inland Florid.. last occurred the death crops and dry weather may cause themto mer gowns.yC '. '- '\

. 'I; ..d ncll.. them I Ii James C B.ItYit at his droop but the rapidity with whicha .
; avenue and Eleventh : few days of sunshine resurrects la '

.' i 1" 4S CHEAP AS ANY r' I Ii' to a sudden attack of heart one of the astonishing "results of just : D-'Av'N
over-exertion such climatic
superinduced by j resources as we possess. '
o ys H i'', HOUSE'IN AMJZ1UC.\L I previous, when Comrade Baird Our east west and south border consisting W: -

9 \' {. 'I { In an unusual amount of phy { Qf vast bodies of water equal- .

'r.y I, having called upon izes temperature both in winter and .
!/ j = Jriends in the, southern pop summer. "THE -- .-- --
s I and later 'walking to the i Our legislators are fulfilling previous STORE OF Q LJTyn--

,f 1..:, I and'jpining the crowu of Eas predictions! with a vengeance, th ,pre-
\ ;:. i\\ H. C. STANFORD' COMPANY op\ the boulevard. liminary bills reprererrtinjrToMrTevere
t,.., : attacks on the schools three on fish and SHOES DRY GOODS GENTS*
I'r' shad two on the income y.x l cdmpt'nsation FURNISHINGS

",, Ki sittimec, .FJoridu' ,train April Narcoossee.8, the following. : Mrs.par- to county officials, pay of""juror, : . .
I I -
deer and turkey, granting land,
I primary
Mrs. Mary N. Smith
-----'-- llogg
"j to railroad. and there Is
d Each"get one
Mrs. F S. Davies, Mrs. Eliza
a proposition to limit the number ofrnarks .
(3 .' J. G. Hill and Mr. Henry I -- -- -
!3 *sjV, Lunch was served under the and Wisdom brands enshrounded that our stockmenmay DONTTEA'
oaks. The returned use. in mystery :YOUR HAIR ..
'" party .
1 and thereby hidden from view,
train loaded with beau ) rather
1 . KELLE 'S KELLEY'S KELLEY'S' olias and oleander blossoms ently spurious bills,' incomprehensibleto appar- gas fitting which haa been causing you
1)t' memories of the quaint so much trouble and anxiety. Any kind
the minds of MS old crackers
- -rn". with its beautiful church and I suppose we will be compelled Icy t of poor work is objectionable but poor

trees. like Davy Crockett, when he met the plumbing causes the most destruction
- iJ '. w ONE POST CARD FREE bear and tried to pray but all he could = A defective water pipe may damage the

D. J. northern think of was to exclaim: "Oh Lord wall paper the plastering the painting

) w with every pound of candy agent of Mullaney.theNasnvfih, if you don't help me, dcn't help the the and the wood work to say nothing of t
carpets and furniture. -
1'1 and St. Louis Railway was. a bear, buUjunt stand by and look on and |
{ the Tribune yesterday. He you'll Ree'nap dog-gondest yqU ever saw Let U. Do Your Plumbing t
a tour of the State and is in your life. and you will be happy ever afterwards.
. One letter: of tie, cued ""KI-.LLE\" has, t'11'} .. at the ..Idustrial advance The agents/: of the Southern Colonization .
When the ward "KELJ.E\ Company continue with unabatedzeal THE PIONEER PLUMBING SHOP
Card: you j gel r sections. lie is particular: I
.mltle! up hy presenting th'm-to the (ity FlueStore 1 !! with St. Cloud and con- to display the many advantages ahompRe..k..r OFFICE PHONE 214 "
has in our country sur- N..a-
\ CI'J you will, receive one pound hf' Ned!! ISandI Mullaney a most remarkable anticipates heavy town. I rofindod, by such grand a lesults that; it I Broadway Klstlnnee, Pia.'r .

> BraddCandy FREEAt! etty.Irlonceerg\ I ciiit ::I,I. r!; Florida this summer and fall IH not difficult I to persuade the most' ..
skeptical CaKe of the beauties with -
W and rates.correspondence He was a regard mem which. the home may be surrounded are I

C, 55th Ind. Inf. v f apparent on all sides as industry will ''I ATLANTIC COAST LINE'STourist
Niemeyer & Wiley certainly thrive if properly applied to
our natural conditions. Reason will )I

r and Mrs.George II. Has tell any intelligent man or woman that -
have resided in their home ,I no place on the face of the globe can I II .Trains'TO J JTO ;
SAa"tIf SSA a"3f ,AJT'Itnf avenue and T5th street for I he a continued paradise. .lVJt do I be-'II ,

1 (fur months\ will leavefor hove that the Almighty. has endowed I,
,.. home at La OroHse. Mo. I our natures with the inclination to be
They will return to St. pleased with a never-ending sameness, 1 -; -, THE EAST- -.. THE WEST--

44. 1 October. 1. They are de and while any locality may he st en-at "Dixie Flyer" "Palmetto Limited" '
:: WANTED-A RIDER with our climate. Comrade times under .' by a tran-I

states that when Mrs. Has scient, we are persuaded! by years of "Nemii.ole: I lmit'd, "1<'I.uVeNt India L't'd."
( ) 'IN BACH TOWN and dlxtrlct to ride and exhibit\ sample Latest here she was unable to experience, not only here but in other I
*'..nCH'" blcyrle urnlHluxl by us. Uurageuheverywbarwam. ma. about localities far north of this that fop analltheyear
momfnit H'ril . NO MONEY RBQWIRBJD until you reotilve. mod PPPOTO -i one end of town to the | location this is the Special"t
bicycle. We ulilp to anyone...nywh 1 In advance,,.,,.,/..ddL and .allow TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL to the laki- Comrade dence within the bounds of" our YlllttJr l SttiitIAtlalltICLimited") "Coast Line Mall"\

.if which you Ume are you then may nut ride pvrfctctly the I bicycle satisfied and or put do It Dot to any vrlnh tent to you; kurp has also. derived much bene observation. We are not sectional but I Ab

lilrsrln' Hhln f 1 11 l hick In u' at our expnnno and_..'/'_ *,......... health. the old Worn-out declaration of "No t tI
FACTORY PRICES W" .rnIHb l the hl,,Wa.t rrmdo blcyclra North no East and no West"is :

:: actual factory coot Yoii ptxptIble s\vu 110 to to make(26 ml at Inir direct.1ila.nlf have. mnnufaclimr'x irii.rant<>.. ""hlnX Milar formerly of Car- and we must know them whether we '
1 1" '_liloycln. DO MOT BUY a.blcyr.leor.:: Dalrof tlirn from .>.... at I Ohio, who was here recently wish to or not, and the people in different :- .. . DINING CARS . i
I until
you nwlre on r ratalutrumi and learn our uubuarti of ft
rHr.. to &t. Cloud, bringing Ins! sections Will (differ so,IonIC aa they
lOU WILL BEASTONISHED,.*.hMl..,..acvnta.'nu ........i'..'<",'.tw.,tl4'ul m_<.i I three children and-.hi.. wife's remain separated by subdiVisional lines, .
fmllv Ito prware m.k.7Wt thta r-'. H*'d'Qu..b.Hrll tli. Itlibvut crad* blcro, Fleda Uoolittle. They will and the only means whereby these lines
'1' ... _'C'f'CL.IDIIA"t ir.ItiMtny, otherry.. W..c Btlllfl d w11aa1.gepnrnt ''>v f'::.;':; I home here, and have leased can be obliterated is to bring togetherindividual For Rates and Schedules, call on or write to
ru CMO ul our bt J>OM uad.ryuuro.a aam*iiooalduulitwtj : .
fw nii . of. Comrade William ]Rails, from these several
'. I ICOMO: HawO.fcrcla.: :; w. do not ........., bandled ....d l>lcyrli. IKI) and 15th street. Mr and .extend the locali-I E. M. NORTH J. G. KIRKLAND
,. avenue ties, right
I t np.h.r..flO nrtu. : :,'Inert., .*(l>,".cur'.'l"1"1"1'. < hin ,on.t'1 lid'lliiton f".- out prumpey.t : building/ a modern two-storv I fellowship we to the members! of those/ ; A.: G.. P. A., Savannah, Ga. . D. P. A., Tampa Fla.

4C0ASTEft-BftAkESL.' : :,I'rl: ,=:t :Ma:wtddpd _.:"". of'C't. structure at the corner of' companies and their agents who poase i
t I < Hcdgclho7n"Punctufc Pfoof avenue and 11th street ..... the energy determination and T. C. WHITE' W. J. CRAIG ,
; !LS! !!! floor of which he will occupy will power to accomplish this great ob- G. P. A.. Wilmington, N. C. I' T. M", Wilmington N. C.

$1 A SAMPLE "MRTOHmtOOUOffOHLT 41mlJt 5, 10 and25-cent store. ject. They may not possess! that love .
.t. i\ Self-hcalingTircs> the building be ready in which Daniel Webster denominated ----
''rho....1......."Orb./.b.wn..1 Is sixty days. true patriotism but they .
70tidt7lStitStY.tiQe/OtiOtyt7t10t10t10t7000DOt1RAtlOtIOQOt: "'
v' . .work that will
$10 0O '' e.1-Ln.O.uw are accomplishing .
pr : o
*mlJt ilf,..*t mm fit.,.,.,...$/ 90r..*_tA...d..$t W , medal test ofthe Loyal eventuate in doing more for the good C. A. CARSON.. /. A. CRANFORD. ;\ S. L. LUPFER.. '
NOMORETRODBLEFROMPDMCTORES t and welfare 'of our' country at large President. .t'r.eident
I't MAILS.TMli,.rai..a will Ml!oi 4..*.,._ 1j ', i idi.u Legion for which arrange- : than the wisest statesmen, in our midst r Yle. 'Jr 8ertaryKISSIMAiEE
-Ahuodredtob.andWimaoldlent y oar, ; \ long been making and much
nrsOfUPTiOHi w.'' ," It and time devoted to rehear: have done for the last forty years or .
: '
t |M lively ana we might say'trom the foundation of
j Witt. r ; place Tuesday night last at
tt" rldlnr. verp- and llni-d liiskln < t our Republic. Statesmen theorize by
a bleed.!quality rublx-r which cover bo- hall and. was a decided suc LUMBER C0-
". r 4'Om.Orou.. and which rlnxp* up amalliiuucturua marked by mdih brilliant that which these matter of fact com- .
without allowing the air to e.ol..e. put in practice is far'superiorto
we havn hundnnlii. of l<*ttem from, eeltsardcusLowero Netle. *the Ihlek",1111e'" the 'part of tke contestants
been devised.
-tatlnn thntllieirlln-s, ...."only tioeniiumiivduDorLwicw ooca A"andpunotur*.lrlM' .i I most enjoyable program by any theory that has yet r
In a whole Mam>n. 1'tioy welirh. no D".t.han and "D" alao rim utrtf talent The contest ;was I I
.; vn ordln.ry tire, tbolounct"n..l*t.\nar\ nuallLli* .bflnirir to ring ellUI.... We have unqualified assurance that .
<>n by hewral laji'ra of thin, sis'elally. prepanvlabrlc tlr. will outlast any direction ..f Mrs. Jennie : the proposed railroad will soon be in w Rough 4 nd Dressed s.
: I ? ma OrT, '
on the tnad The rvcrular price of the Ural as superintendent and Mrs.
!. 110 ou vcr I>al.. bat advertising tmrmuf.wn' are EASY RIDING. presided gratefully at our midst and when the drowsy Whit- j
makinga.peclalfactorY iirU-e to tlin rlilur of only M All tierite his awakes '
SOiwrpnlr. orders ihlpiied taking; noonday nap
day Ifltt-r IH; rrvelved.I wo ship C. O. 1>. on auiiroval J You do. not pay a cent, mull assisted by MISH Kirkwood. with a start from dreaming that he I' ,
tlt' baveextmlnod.ndtmindthem strictly .I'nnled. William P. Lynch had charge LUMBERHOUSE
'r'H allowaa -li OaaoMut ot>p:rc nt O.D50.ud..rlw. | ibis fMSv m Mn,nl. You run DO rl>fc la wading a* an oitt ra lb. tlnM, ': portion program: finds i it is only the loot toot of the I r
vtumMt If for any "' not Mtliirwtory' on k mln tli>'n. WvarafwrlVMrtlT ..
;"", ,, ..rl e4.:r s.,.'u 7..:_1....:..=_r ...rt.u.........UoD'n..d 1n r=:. Ilyoa look 1I..r ends.....par. Ur of tin tow you tlrp b you.....will..uwd BnJ or.w th.t tb.1.111.l.n'.:. automobile horn he consoles himself _
.. ......_ tMr with the thought that e're hundred -
Wk.u-that . Corbin and Will many
''' 11 pare-A theawbN you .D' btoyor lo.Ir. u ,0Ul'r. W. K '
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n b..o4u '''' ''' ''''''''' terr offs. / are taken the article
+' '"' NEED, T//ES' do&1t.y...............''.'.y.'..kind.110.' ..... .' pTkrentllr.tO. 1r1,laialtbxpwiu I .0..lrofHed., letr d.. of of Chicago Colfax .and Iowa Mr. arrived Chas. will appear.nape genuine-- I BILLS A SPECIALTY
p .antM.1,0. or write for our blr'rln d Suadry < "uu..1 aria rooster meanwhile
Our democratic
I !.of tlnwntaboat bar th aru.l prloe. .. a1u..I.r: = April 13, and are at the

t,4f> ** NOT IIAI"IT"--r.. .. i wond.rrul_UTI. ?_..._..___....m.... They have just com- looks upon cautious this increased and immigrationwith his 1 4OOOOOOOOOOttOOOOOOOO *
Jtoaly o>uviMMIal / tour of inspection of the goy a suspicious eye LOtaOt .t'gCAt'
J. L. HEAD CYCLE: COMPANY; CHICAGO lands of the state, but fail to tadpole plantation being liable to invasion l

ItJt 1 : to suit them. They say by a proportional increase of the -- --- '
inhabitants of fowldom he has I
looks better to them than any
i \ i .
I __ _. or city of the state. They an instrument for sharpening spurs I.A
( Gainesville, Ocala, Lakeland and expects to repel all comers.
.1 / .. Alva Tampa and many Hunter's Paradise has lost hone of its
qi; but they are most favor- charms but since the last issue there
J \1 -- - 11 i I Ic with our town. Mr. appears to be a lull in the matrimonial

4a' ,. MARS .iL i-. & CO.. the fortunate other two to gentlemen hold property ex storm market after which a calm.however predicts the '

j i Mr. Smith i is connecteu Cowlunting\ has been suspended for
Tribune of Colfax:, Iowa.. the present as many of our stockmen
STAPLE AND 1 F=ANCY are compelled to attend court.

At the Drawdy mansion peace and
1 I .. and Mrs. I*. Roth rock, of quietness dwell supreme. The Patriarch -
I ; aG 'OCERRI S avenue left Sunday last with the aid of his grandson Den- -' I
II North.stepping enrcute at ver, ia finding fault with the plow horse
r.'t(I ;. 1 I and Salem. Ill., and will because he does not ghee and haw to

_FRESH AND FBI.) I { about April 28. They their notion. Miss Janet assisted by WI
< of their holdings in Illinois the ever-ready la attendingto
FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city d courteous atteatioa
> ;, '>d l i. to St. Cloud and make this the household duties. Miss Amandais

T.L..C>N'"' .NC>t I lt home. Comrade Rothrock also b.usy, and Rex has been tugging ,
'. ---- ------- -- ---, ---- after the end of until he believes
? in Florida about four years this rope "e ., '.
contractor, and has like the Irishman that some ong
'I"I. t the Sigworth steel build- has been cutting off said end, so he is wa
0, -- 1 r of the most substantial struc- going to produce another end right closeto .

I L_ :McCALZ1T"'I'EF1: : I,- Cloud. He was a member the point of his pencil and let the sa i'
66th 111. Inf.. and was with. rest go. Kex. ,
'I'o" W K HANKINSand from'start to finish, not mi.. -

i service. The Kissimmee
I ij; "ST ell Driller Library. j

I I The KiHsm.mee. Library offers to its''
is prepared to drillARTESIAN "QUAKER CITY" FOR ALL 0
II I WHIHIER. subscribers a list of over four hundred!! I AGES
1 1 f WEllS Agent books by the best authors, any or all of I j

I I KI. bimmee, Florida for which only you$2 have, which the privilege secures of a reading single I "First Quality" FlourJ__ is .th '

in-any section of Florida I: Show C ses-. Fixtures Items Prom Out Regular j I membership\, or $5 for a family membership world'sgrcnrt'est! food. The
.. Gapt "French the. lifcriK'1! I --
1: \ Typewriters. Correspondent..___ ._ will 1 mime-yuu Zr "''mpTrnTSershlp card Jw r' "Quaker City" label-which r"
I St'alus ; this the above amount. Library in State
-Compv4ifig| a.ri'3 morning is full and
I'I that you will think with the Bank building. H-tf I means First Quality" guaranteed t
len years of successful w..11Oil (ding Devices .
: who was ordered to haul in.a
Drilling is a Guarantee of my \ I having pulled and tugged Bungalow for Sale.A radiates health and r
Ability ttf produce! the best tPECUL JGEN FOR

i result. \ : .jwis Upchprch: Co., was. out to the of breath captain and and pa ex- deep brand well, splendid new four water room bungalow large lot, I I strength to every. member of 0

"H<%dad, Cap 1 believe some v
era \ ,- WlibloHak-lGrocrrs Hay and been after cutting off the 40-tf for sale; spot cash 9800.C. A: CARSON. the family.QUAKER ,

arid rope. __ _ -
TWO AND FOUR INCH UlNGAN & CO.,' Packing House goes for an opening' : The Notice. .
WELLS A SPECIALTY of the Hotel de Beulah I )
'to,1., Mctt on plic. aq Tur Mm "., your city on Sunday in an Notice ill hereby given that the time [ CITY FLOUR MILLS CO. '

I T. and her failure to respond of extension for closing the tax books
I i morning by phone caused us will expire on May 1st, and all taxes | I PHILADELPHIA ,
.. ,0. Box that some of those city fel- not paid by that time will become delinquent -
been attracted by her gor- and costs will accrue. | r r
I Kisei Florida .Large deskj blot for sale hire. '
r \ and attemote'd a capture. C. L. Bandy Tax Collector.

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eeVaUey Gazette to I-spire heart and courage and teach BILLS ii DUC ; 'by Dr. baker,. 'whose experi ; "
in man's
sympathetic-cords makeup.
method of .
teaching science is "
.-- _____ -0: ;;.;:. "In a solitude which nature only reveals known-iii Florida. TOCK'REDUCING'

; WBJ'HARRIS, Editor and Prop'n this brown skinned people, who F. T..Clayton. dean of the col 4, I!. r _
are a of nature live amid the This Week in Both Brandies has
part ,,
given the teachers ,
L. J. TRIPLETT. Aoctte. Editor.. a on
__ .....- -- - --- --. _- shadows ot"ttI great ,live oaks happy I lzaUon, illustrated by the methods'I, S'ALE' RUGS
-- - Legislature.; op _
and contented, in.the .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. seeing God cloucb !: lit the office of the college. ... .
and hearing Him in the winds. The In the-Senate: Clayton,has been able to give old ., / .. .. ., '
Office{ in Valley. Qazette Building. happy) turbaned crowned braves move I'

i S JS81MMEE.OSCEOLA.COUNTY.... about, dusky squaw. glide in and out. Senatebill No. 283: Mr. College college on1 records point on-and system Will ' -,
; be entitled an act to amend, I i *
1 ,. ._ -.:. watching with careful eyes the toddling of the general statutes of the stands-second to none in that',.e. .;C 1nordeI'i.okeduce stoclcat( tbis'tiroa oft the'yeai' extremely . .

SUBSCRIPTION ;pATES:, t, papooses, as they play on the grassy i Florida' relatlvfe": to the fees Other members '''ot the faculty low is ..
made all
prices havejbeen "On. Following a
S. year.- *!,-.*/ . . .s.OD. .1100 award-and the love songs; of the Sem-, give tal Its' '6n, important subjects : rugs
of school'fund.
S ._" 1 month.. .... .t- Bo mole Minnejlaha makes the night.beaU- treasurer Senate bill No. 'I'M! Mr. .Mtsa-Rcid'a talk on training the 'oartl l list: of some'of? the be had- many'sizes and '
S All eommunleattbim .,,_pt from,bur author. .tiful. Florida. to be .entitled* an act to' voice 'of children' will come ;I grades not listed Come in atd) look them ever ; .:
believe the
not in
...d eorrwpondantA.mutt bII"ltrhed by the wiit.rRcfectmd "Do you / -of railroad May. 5'
.t .. matter will not be returned unies. will do something for these Seminoles powers ",,the teachers'wisely give jLhemselves/ ': S ' c. ". .
so fes to give them power 'and I
: .1 .. .ea ect far(' __ __ now ? to regulate charges: ( leisure to enjoy the fine boating '30x60 Crex' Rugs ooWonly9x12 $1.00 Iil.

4 Entered: at th/BocUiflle In KiMlmmM. Fl..:.. "Minnie Moore Willson" panies for the transmission of ; d by the l lakes of Winter Park ,. C' I '
Moond-tUuu. mall matter "Kissimmee, Fla., April 24. for the mush, which i is such a fea : S : $7.50
.. S ... uy telegraph to apply the e'I
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"*""=. =- said commissioners by IaN in the Collrg1jftfloljns'GRANDiu'] .: 9x12 Hofi If If $10.

.. k_ Friday: April-28 1911 I S The Newspaper "Job". road companies to all persons 1 9x12 Axmin.ter $J9.ul '

.1 Many believe t.hat- I panies owning, controlling or ..

er -- We* are now receiving the final I falls people together( without' work a newspaper orconcerted II.tlu a line:penalties or linen of prescribed telegraph; and. - H'I . \t -'-- S -
lan. The Kev.
action or |> '
l' proofs of the Special Edition of James McJ, .eod a Presbyterian: minis.tex roads for violating thb That the Jail Be Built : : .... '
at Pasadena, of LIds opinion, and rules apply to companies ,\ Vic Kiia/ffil/ .,u/'C.-Hllrlll( '/J'N"
S the. Valley Gazette, and In"a' 'asked' to be allowed to edit one edition sons herein named whose line i in Court House Y rd.. I .
is or are wholly or in part in.! I '
SJ. hort time; it will be ready for of the Pasudfoa the Star. The editor to and for other purposes, !: following is the presentment of Cash Hardware Store ,-
; gladly accepted; opportunity go i ,
S Senate bill No. 2K5. Mr. ( jury, empaneled at the pres _
distribution. A* soon as received fishing, and the minister took up his be.entitled an act for the of the circuit court : S .. CITIZENS /
duties in the office. Ibis in SANK BUILDING
I newspaper! W. Scarborough. Claims. court, the seventh judicial I
will be prdfrfptly mailed to all how he felt when he found himself at
,jt By Mr. Wilson, senate bill of Osceold county, State"of KISSIMMEE. FL/k. '
the end ot his task, which it must be .. J
who have subscribed for it. to be entitled. an act to provide ) spring; term'April 25, 1911.! .
f- said, had been done quite creditably: I Honorable .
.:.. "My time i is almost up.asI I this I payment of the present Minor S. Jones judge; I 41,
I pen
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== = he Florida State Ife(;prm circuit court of the seventh! judi ---
S According to the Kissimmee Valley last line; my hand U.lmost! paralyzed; propriat ions.Hy circuit, O.Hceola county, State of I 1 iums ,i
my brain is ifddled. and I am free to PJilsI1s PLEA j as to reduce his own return to
Gazette one physician alone hag reported -I Mr. Wilso'n. senate bill : '
1 less than fifty cent of the subscription
confess that am right glad to vacate per
; '
S eighteen births since January 1. to be entitled nn act the grand jury, empaneled in I .
the Such rush and riot.aml i I -. I price without losing. the 8econd.i
S A good showing.; If'it Is kept up that !spot.Such} of r'l:: of chapter r!((15! provided said county for the spring term, ] class privilege. The issue therefore is .,
growing town will not be" compelled to disarray It strikes me as a the jumble effort to potpourri bring order '- Hth. \\HII.! )!) Judiciary B. I, : April 25, 1911, have completed i I! Case of Interest to Weekly and vital to thebiiHineus, common all over
advertise for new settlers.- )Ft. Myers By Mr. w jima, senate bill and beg; leave to present i the of
do it lightning building subscriptionlists
out of chaos, and Journals. country up
L Press. ___ entitled, an act ; -oiu-, general pre entmel"t. We ,| Monthly and
through irj-*'nts, premiums
S H S 'quick. .
=:: =-
for and examined all
It the proper1caper for all.Floridian "I am reminded of the memorable Florida the' : beijelit Stall1] Reform school. attention and have cases, in brought our judg to |i I: A hearing of vital importance to publishers clubs either of subscribers to one jour-

S to bow ly to SenatorS words; 'The earth was without fymn priations.Hv taken such action a, ? we. deem of weekly and mbnlhly journalsall nalpr to several.It .
Fletcher for he has .spoken from the and void and l darkness was upon \ hface <- Mr. WilHiimn I by ,' ) aiuJ. juat aM we interpret the laws | over the country was given by Third also involve/ the question wh..thl'r... .
President Taft the of the deep. And. the spirit movwd Assistant. Postmaster General James .1.) bank individual '
same platform with I ate bill No. :USi! to be entil led I .)'State of Florida. a or oilier institution or
I man who appointed a negro; to tin-. I upon| the, face of the waters. Never to I prohibit. t any person, lirm have, by various committees apI I Britt at Washington: last Saturday on can subscribe for a number of copies,

S position of asHistant attorney general shall I criticise. newspaper men tion or :association from : ; examined the records. kept by requestof Herbert Myrick of Springfield and send them to H .selecteuT'IiBt,
of the United States.- I IIhall jjrii.v fof them. They will I officers in the I' Mass, president of th> Orange c A of attendedthe
mor"'j any moving' ,picture, theatrical county .bUl hi mll;". large group' legishttom:
my heart's forbearunce ", ",'( eville-performance on Sunday find the necords! and books of the I Judd company, \publisher of the Orange I hearing _mill announced themselvesand
It arpa !; to. utt that 1 the Turn pa forever. They are the hardest scribing penalty for the officer"to be in good ehape, neat Judd NorthweHt. ! Tribure is a little too vicious. in its shortest. Uved poorest' pini brain workers chielly in Minnesota, North I Dakota
qf. Judiciary I H. lo the. l esfc.of> ourVability. |I I lerctftell in I the issue. Ttese. included!
attack upon the men who have beenarrested I on tnis,, \\eury old world of ,0111', '''. 'j Wyoming, Montana! Oregon, Idahoantt:31t.M5ali
10 -
'I Senutorh I.lIdan.1 Oaite of Ma
senate >sachusetts. -
> |I i ., .,.. I /
.1 for complicity in the wreckingof I.xliangi'; S :.!'IO. to ,be entitled an act to recommend to the County Com- ; This journal i"I|I I Page, of Wrmo/ft t and, other..

the Los Angeles; Times i building. It I I lion 2:1.JI: !' of the general" stat at, in regard to the erection of i I threatened with a withdrawal( sec Senator Lodge compm'Hsed his.. olat.I ..-
possibly does not occur to th; Tribune I Tribute to Senator' Bryan. .. new be located ond-class rate privileges of mailing at '
state of Florida the same jail, in the court
hone I ment into a few sharp questions to Mr.
lie innocent I cent and with ..
that the suspected men might!: ) yard a pound L"inlII1wl.;
live to bonds renuired bv
of the charge./ I As the canVpaign is over"and no |1101|It |I- ,, Judiciary/ H.I . also recommend that the grand to pay- one cent for each lour ounces.' i I, ihe Britt threatened which broiitrht) exclusion) out the point that
h t tics is involved) it gives us pleasure to be furnished j on a ruling of the ,department that t the ; was purely a
room with utile I
I Hy Mr. McCreary, senate a sui(
matter ajid not
(departmental ruling
In a belabored article on the -qution I reproduce the following j just I tribute 1' !*I1. to lie entitled an act to i and hat rack, and also more nuil- |I net return. I to the publmher from subxcriptionH s,"" 'lf I hii l'ullY'"rm'ld.1" i ,'I for I by I law. Pub .
of Hooker T. Washington, the Valley (rom Rmliop Warren A. t'andler I published i t lion 2-1 V of t the general, (. ) cUHpidoi-8. t-hould govern eligibility\ to lishers' Auxiliary.
Gazelle of Kissimmee. pours hot shotinto in tli,- Atlanta Journal: a short I state of Florida; tbe same .. further recommend in regard to I t the svcond-rlass Tntl', rather than the

..L the camp of a couple of subsrnb-, time before t the primary in which Mr.Mryan I I live to I the sale of personal (hoer farm that all dead and | subscription/ pricr paid by I the >*ubiHcriber. -J'

,' ers who did not like it because the condemned I wale nominated : I Judiciary. I B, I ro'l'' be removed and he replaced/' Miss Jean' Thomas who was the successlul -
Washington was too familiar "Yen, I know Nathan Bryan! well I anti) In The House: I I l healthy stock and the dis- I This ruling is based on (the law requiring -,." contestant in t h i1 spell hint::_(,
with white women in his talk. We 1 love him m"ch. I He is one of my old By Mr. Colnon of Alurhua, /: trees be treated.. that publications cnjoyirle tbe mulch of I the Osceola) I High I' School for
:' wish we could reproduce Bro. Iurt / hoaM, was also his,, 'brilliant brother, to sale) of personal property. also wish to extend to the court second-class rate shall not 1 be designed' representative from Kissimmee in the
''j ris' article, but space forbids, but he I'I the late Senator. Wll a"l'J: Bryan, who By Mr. Colson of Alachua. "' state's attorney and the offi prmarily: for advertising; purposes or I i State spelling contest, held. at Tallahassee -

t /e.. says a few things that are truly good died all too FOOD for the good of his hibit any person or lirrrt or if the court in general our thanks for free circulation or for circulation at last night. left on Wednesday
<4< and when he remarks that the negro; 1 state and the whole country. 1)uringthe I or association from engaging: courteous attention through- nominal rates. for tbe capital[ city. Miss Thomas will

'( was never intended for the white man's I years of my connection with Emory moving picture, theatrical or session, and respectfully auk Mr. Britt staled that/ in its literary I| be entertained durvig her. stay jn Tal-

equal, socially or otherwise we can I College, no nobler young men or more 'ille performance on Suhday, .' be discharged.A. I aspect the department had no, objection I I II lahasHee, by Miss Virginia, Tiller at the
:f'' only say, "th 'm'a our sentim.enls. successful students. qame; to the institution scribing a penalty of a fine not S. Gilbert: Foreman. I to the Farmstead. the question was State College for Women. Miss,, Thomas -

4 For Myers Press. I than the Bryan brothers. Th..ywere ing $[,(JO or less than $\lM( ), or I'. Butler Clerk., solely upon subscription rates. To put mal, the trip unattended, although
", j- spotless. in character and giftedin prison'ment in 'coupty jail not the case in a nutshell it involves as an I I only aMIss in her early \teens which

1 5 Just previous to the biennial assembling 'I in intellect. Their succuds, so marked ing; six months or both such three-line want ad in this paper ilViHtration. whether on a publication i I shows extreme self reliance.

.S. of the legislature; compulsory educational .1r -'and speedy after their graduation; imprisonment in the courtls ... cause of a sale Of ten thousand halving a subscription rate of a dollar a '

r measures are uniformly agitated i. brought no surprise Had to any Will who lived knewtFen he By Scofielil to prevent of land., It will do the same for a S 'ar the publisher may pay> an agentsuclKacommission I' Old pap'.rs for ,sale at this office

and every time some member ofII ) at Emory. under certain conditions in ll you try it. or offer such prem- 20 cents a hundredS
S rendered
would have highest
1 either one house or the\ other is found ; river, in Citrus county 'By
of Florida and
to his native state to
who is progressive enough to father the rules the bill was passed. -"S,
such a bill; but. as regularly; it passes the whole nation and while I scrupulously By Mr. Watson, of Dade. to S.'. '
i avoid taking any pa'rt in political -
; the imitation
into the limbo of lost legislation. The adulteration or
matters, I cannot but hope that Nathan
.onal still for man or beast.
: "per liberty" idiocy prevails.Our
) educational\ system is still not far may be chosen to fill the high place By Mr. Watson, of Dade a
from which his lamented brother was I
1 enough; removed from "the little log; I license tax bill.
taken_ by._ an_ untimely death.. .!Hei.!is t'a
j school house" days for us to expect By Mr. Brown, of'JJeSoto,

I 'LI our legislators to pass modern school well college(,jualilied he for studied the position with great whilein care I to the licensing of circuses and HE famous uNo..4Jb( Spring .

1 laws. It i is still deemed preferable by the historical and economic subjects so By Mr. Jennings; of
some persons to. have our streets filled provide for the incorporation
intimately related to the subjects of
with gamins and hoodlums than our ers, duties and liabilities of Bed"isconstructedofthe
I school house. witb students. -Tampa Federal legislation; and since his grad-! security companies and for the m"

.e, Times.' uatlon.he has been equally 'diligent in tion of the sam ;,.... .. ".;.;T S '%
the investigation of these great Goldstein of : steel
By Mr.' Nassau i-ibest quality Acme
i What Makes a Live Town. themes. More than that, I know tablish the municipality of the
he understands and 're pecta the -
Hilliard. waive of the
By I
A It i I. our business to advocate the .constitution, whichis no small bill was pa&sed, halving been retempered. wire. It is:'. 1
thing to say bf a man seeking a seat in .
-I cause of our merchants who advertise. times. % "'
These merchants help to" make a live' the United States Senate in these days I By Mr. Robinson of Orange, oil
town. Jr it were not for them, attention -' when few care enough for that great ing the boundaries of the cit tempered, enameled -
be called instrument to apprehend its extraordinary lando. of the rules
j ; would not to the town, By waive &>
excellencies or to stand for it after S
could exist and the
no newspaper townS was passed. rust proof and
and its business would ,t gnate. swearing Florida to support it. If the: peopleof By Mr. Robinson 9f Orange, ,
The merchant who is nothing more should choose Nathan Bryan to the issuance of bonds by the
than a leech on the public; he who for one of their senators they will have Orlando. By waive of the absolutely noiseless. r
5 hational
a representative in the senateof
S sponges on the people by getting in all bill passed. OIL -
'the cash he can, giving out aa little asS whom any commonwealth might be By Mr. WelH of Leon (by ) ____ ____
possible. and possibly: sending it. off to proud-a clean man, a brave man able an to organize a county court in ___ .. The "No. 400 Spring Bed" is the ,t

S S "I some central point, is not a good citi- unourchasable Florida Christian man 'and a very providing for aprosecuting :I'El"1PE.llBlJ -mosl permanently constructed bed of
man. Advocate '
.. and judge. /
zen.We --- -- its kind. It can be used as roughly as
have heard of stores that not By Mr. Lake x>f Orange, by

only will not advertise, but get all their Dedicated to You. creating a board of fire in you please, but it retains its fine elastic !
I supplies and office necessities from aminers. ., .
4ss abroad raking in the cash of other The following original poem is from By Mr. Ilendry, of Lee, ____._ a- ity, springiness, and unequalled "hold.
merchants and competing with them at the Beaver (Utah) Weekly Press: fund to be known as the K& together." S

I .( such low prices that the policy of "Live The editor sits in his easy chair, dian school fund, and providing JWE '
S. and let live," is absolutely dead.It Awaiting the dollars to come. establishment of a permanent S "It'sju't1ike ileepingonanairship"1.t11Jrr I:

i. our business! to instruct the buy His force has quit. for the Seminole Indians in Lee. ; one customer writes, for the spring allows
ing public that really reliable article
a His rent is due,
is worth a fair price!, and that cheapness And his credit is on the bum. -- the mattress to yield to every out-

S'J is not always an evidence of 0, Lord! Jlow.long will the battle last? WINDERMERE ;:. line of the body's form, and yet sustains '
worth and it is far better to buy from How long will he have to wait
S 5 home merchants who turn some of x For subscriptions due, you in perfect ease, rest and comfort. I 4 '

5/ 5 their money loose In the town and haveS From your neighbor and you It is the only spring bed made that :, .
some Interest. in the mercantile standing Which for has been Happenings in and Around S
charged on
the mattress to all lines of the body regardless of attitude. .
of the community.-. Orlando Citi- his ,lateT Most Picturesque Place.Mr. adjusts Sleep on your j(

zen.) _ Don't your v conscience prick justa little side, or back you are always perfectly at rest. S ff

--- bit? J. W, Collomore of West Ask dealer especially for the "400. If he is out of them write
F What Will the Legislature Do ? Don't your heart a warning tell Ohio, has -. jrchased a tract your us ,f

A The following article from the When you see his face. east of theJUoseley-McNeal direct for information and prices, and by all means delay your purchase until you !
pen And hear his voice '
J. W. Miller and Frank Doyle '
of Mrs. Minnie Moore hearfromus.S
I Willson
of this .
Like the wail of a soul in hell. S 1
a couple of days visiting their
S which In
city, appeared the Times-
Don't you see his babies, shabby and at Windermere. \
S Union of Monday's date is so replete cold GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO.
'c with facts and Is such an able pies-for H. T. Miller of Orlando) ,
Their faces and
pinched blue
the rights of the Seminoles, that we looking over his holdings near Manufacturers Atlanta Go.
take in When they might be warm; mere upon which he expects to :
pleasure reproducing it ;
'Well fed-well clad
"Editor Times-Union an orange grove in the 'near S I
tS : Your
most .
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I 1' timely editorial in Monday's Issue on' money you. Mr. Miller tells the writer that ., }
Oh God! Up there in realms of
i the question of land. for the Seminoles your he was out here a year ago a cm m c m.U
most accord with the light; deal of the land was uncleared
; opinion of
Injustice and love arrayed, he much
I good citizen of Florida. No man can was very surprised to
Don't let the
delinquent land cleared and with
i' be honest and failto pay his debts I Pass
neither tan a state like Florida afford the gate den peach treesupon it. :
r Until his subscription's paid.
J. C. Palmer returned Tue
I to be charitable and neglect that 'char- < .
t ity: which begins' at home. With '- -- -__._-----r-::;;:; 'fhie- home'*ii" Wausupun, ; Otilur;;';

; BilhyBoi1ta.v4sitto- Kissimmee a Donations to Library.The pacts to return to Windermere in -.U

--fortn1kht since, new and :interesting a month.J. O6dngBd'I I
i subjects came up. He told of : committee of tHe Kissimmee Library W Miller Dr. Downing The No.

the canals being cut and the great in hereby acknowledge the receiptof Sligh of Alabama, were out

I It-t--- flux of white settlers in the Ever. the books enumerated below, with looking over the land in and Noiseless Rustless, Oil Tempered. Black j ;

glades, acknowledging that the bear the names of contributors, for which Windermere. .. I Enamel Smooth Surface, Comfort I.| it f: I
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: reluctantly has been killed admitted out, that and game the "IndiaTM scarce, thanks they beg: to express their sincere- - I ble, Sanltary Easy to Handle. I _

sometimes "hungry. These'Semin Mrs. W. B. Harris-I vol. Rural versus ROWNSCO6 ,If'' t

oles in a few years have been driven Urban. Guaranteed for 5 years' : .
. until they have reai'hed: the end of the Mrs. Sclater 4 vols. Stevenson's '( ., .'
S Peninsula-they cannot "move on" before works, 5 vols. Kipling's works, 5 vols. Teachers and Students Working r _
.i :, the whites. Their hunting grounds Mrs. H. Burnett's works, 5 vols. Hall ..,.
Cone their beloved forest homes peopled Caine's. works, 5 vols. Holmes', 5 vols. for June Examinations. "

by an alien race, what are they to Balzac. The teachers who are ,
When the last Judge Kribbs 41 vols.
.do light is extinguished ; miscellaneous. the June examination at
in. their tepees, when these Mrs. Marshall-4 vols. miscellaneous. lege are doing earnest and

people once so powerful, so noble in Mrs. II. P. Porter 1. vol. miscellane! work. The special_ teacher in IJ '

: thought and in act, shall have been ous. of the review courses, Mrs. S '
from their homes will\ Messrs. Wilson &Toomer-J I
S forced not vol. mis Layton, is a graduate of a .
$ America, and Florida, regret; with a cellaneous.Mrs. normal school and has been
i sting as "sharp as a serpent's tooth." D. A. Glen-S vols. Yorstori's cessful in her teaching in : t

p the tragedy that must stain the'nation's History the World, 4 vols. Maccaulay's pedagogy is' taught by Miss '

honor. History of England.Mrs. who is director of the teachers' -0 ___ 4'i
!;, "A picture of a Seminole camp ought Wilson-a number of magazines. I and the agriculture for the .r S t S I.

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ThC KISsimrn. Gazette Mrs. Jbsephine Perrette arrived ,in Mr.,Jim Carson, who has been here Mr. G., M. MacDonough, .
\. the city Sunday from Birmingham visiting his Senator states that
'J' 'TEi.EPHONIl parents and Mr, the
.,NO..11. Ala., and will make her home with het C. A. Carson Jacksonvtllayesterday.witere II here gentlemen who accompanied him "
from r
It _. son, Mr, Harry Perrette. : he is engaged In the were more than West well Virginia last-week

4t PUBLISHED' EVERY FRIDAY Mr.'4. E. Boweii,,one of Loughman'sprominent Senator practice N.of Bryan.with his uncle; U S.. advantages we have to pleased offer the with home.the Ar You Going to Build?

-=--BT- Citizens, was in. the city a : seeker and jnvestor, and that he anticipates -
q t w. a. HARAIS. couple of days this week attending to Mr. Quinn Bass, foreman of the'cattle they will return In the fall and

'.. :-:-::-'--:.-=:: : '- private business matter!!, ranch of Mr.I.. I.." Lesley,' was in make som;. heavy investments '
strrwww.WeatherRepor.. the city this week irt'
consultation with
Mr. Paul Tales has'beenl Mr. John Overstreet
who engaged : Mr. and son. John
Lesley ,
regarding the
'for 1, weeks ; Ie'"roundup" Jr., GILD .
some in
erecting the l
of the thousands of head returneJto city Saturday front) ,
t houses at Mulberry .
returned. to the of cattle under his charge I had been for the
I, city'off Friday night last ; : past few months engaged in packing

I The Valley Gazette Is Informed that and shipping ;tomatoes Uncle John -
Hon. Thomas Palmer, one of the the ays,he, feels better 1 a'ir'tp .. +
Following are the jlaily.$ ; temperatures street committee of the Council than' he has for s ys /
leading'lawyers of
is in the
., Tampa, has decided to fill in the ditch over' the several years and hopes soon to be restored -'
'. h 4 and predpitatioh'aaJ city before thl week looking after soma. cases brick culvert running alongside the. to his one-tlme'usual vigor.. I ...! r

.YI reported by Government the circuit court Park Hotel-a..thing that should have kIna < ji ,

station at Kisalmhiee for the John G one, king of the fisher been don six months ago. rivkte letter to the editor of _

week ending April!!. 27, 1911. Mrj'j n the lakes below here, was in A question is never settled until it ia the Valley Guzette, ,Mr. Wayne' Ward. ._ ._. a
the city this week looking' after the .writing/ from; New York, states that IIIJi'JLI! he'1.
MAX II'". RAIN business end'ot the fish market. settled Kissimmee right. and that means that the' his father Mr. C. W. Ward, sailed On ; I : ,
people will never be Content the steamer Kalserin Augusta Victoriaof
Friday . ;, 87 \l Mr. R. Klmmerman, proprietor of ,until the new'jail is built in- a section the Hamburg line for Paris France;

Saturday, .', 93 64 . the Lake'View Hotel at St. Cloud was of Kissimmee not used either for on the 20th,' and that for some time his J" 7'

Sunday. . . . . 91 59 in the city yesterday and paid the Valley residence of business purpose address would be the Maurice ,Hotel. 4 .., n;

Monday . . . 78 68 ; :. Gazette .a most pleasant call.* Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Tarbox, who'solil ,that city.: .*.. The U. S. Government has bought Neponset

Tueeda'..... .. 79 54' .r A game of baseball is I being played their home in Carson's addition this :. '
Mrsfm.. Paroid since -often
Farmer 189Q
week is Roofing
on the local diamond today between to Mr. Wm. Goodrich of Lake in receipt o/.a: evergr year .
Wednesday. . 80 56 . Lakeland and our school boys, which City, Minn., will leave next week for letter'from Mrs. G. V. Bebout at Pitts-- a million square feet at a time-for tile, at .
Thursday. . 79'61) of citizens witnessing. their farm in Polk county, which Mr,.. burg, Pa., wherein she stakes that the I
many our are home; Alaska Panama and the Philippines .'
j Tarbox purchased a few' months ago. weather is most unpleasant, and that '
J Mr. J. 'M. Lanier, who is an extensive she has "fw>*e up" to such an' extent the coldest as well ar the hottest climates..
farmer and stock raiser in 'the Mr. C. D..Smith, who moved'to this I tl\at it will require a trio 'to Florida to

., : Cause Creek section of the county, section from Chicago last'winter, ial thaw her one Mrs. Bebout spent the Do you need stronger proof of the wearing qualities, economy;
-- ---- spent_ few days in the city this week. having a handsome dwelling; erected on i winter in this cityV -ffkving for the and the satisfaction that NEPONSET Paroid Roofing affords? '
I his property near Campbell and is North about' the first of the month.Do ,
> IfDi:i There is small docket busily engaged getting his ground in Do you want proof nearer home? We will give it to you." + 4
C .LOCAL an exceedingly '
THE fl I condition for '' We will tell wlterg can lee a NEPONSET Paroid Root
r before -the circuit court at this term, planting a vegetable gar- not forget that the A. W. L, you you
. and up to' this writing there has been den this fall. meets each Monday at 345. Recently See how it looks, learn how long it has been on, and hear what

,. f only one! or two cases tried, both Mr. Rilev Godwin, one of Whittier's with a telegram from E. G. Lewis was read, the owner has- o say about it. ,
__Kb 1NNN KMN __ negroes.Tilr reassuring words that all cause
I enterprising citizens, is in the city this
for and
worry annoyance to members ,
I May Ist-Poat. Card Day. ...H. E. Bryan has sold an interest week attending court. Mr. Godwin was at aa end as matters at headquarters I NEPUNSET PAROID Roofing
: in his// pool room to Mr. Fred Lorenz says are exceedingly prosperousin were settled in a satisfactory man-.! 4
t tI" Dukes I will be and around his town, made so by,the Further ? U sold proof not promises (
Mr. Frank returned .from Miami and in future the business conducted ner. notice will be given nt on .

.e Saturday nWht. .under the name of Bryan & to building Ba Blnger.of the railroad from that city yarding an .,entertainment at Chapter''! /NCMNCCT PAROID RooTmt for the MEPONSCT PROSLATE RWIa. for

iH'KiHllimm..e Lore rz. , House Tuesday' afternoon and evening, roofs and sides of barns stables, poullty roofs and sides of residence Bad all buildinir -
J'j.lI Mr. Robt. Alderman of Bassingur Mr. W. J. Barritt councilman at May 2. Sec. A. W. L. I II buildings. Slate in color Coats less than calling for artistic roofs and sldlnr.
visitor this week.A Have the Board of Trade emblem ahiDfflus. Rcaiata fire.
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\ Looks Ilk like date.
t .', appear oj) all of your stationery, t large of Tampa, wrin a KfuBimmee vm- I Dr. C. .... Hyatt Jia received, and For brood'r hollars' abed and temper NEeowsrrbuiidingsthatrviutrelowcoltrooing. ETWATFRPROOPB.IIdI.ue'NEPONSETREDROPE Roan /..
nd in the Gazette will mating itor Tuesday, and paid the Valley Ga- ; ,
. want Valley is, provided you desire to aid in I I this week. set up in his office, over Paper use under clapboards and shinnies
|pay i you ten for one on the investment Kissimmee the metropolis of inland zette a pleasant call. Mr. Barritt, like Koberson's Pharmacy, one of the latest Roofing fur In Wulls of residences, etc. Keopsoutdampnon .
all other cigartowmtes, says. Tampa is aup 1 Ir e Florida and most improved xray machines, with has been the atandard low cot roofinii fortwenty .cold and draughts. Cut fuelbills :
I Bartow southern
Van lead
Col. t I' A. Agnew paid destined to all other seacoast which he will treat all nervous and .uvo wan on third,, r ,
and Arcadia a business visit Just w..k.Mr. Misses Clara. and Laura Frier, who towns in business and poPulation.Mr. chronic dmeaaes. Most wonderful 'i F. W. BIRD cV SON. Laal Walpole, Maaa. .

II. Kdmoud Swabey spent Wednesday l. have been vlgiling! their sister, Mrs. C. Dolph Berli, chairman of the advertising strides have been made along this line
L., for the past ten days, returned -
, during the ,past few years many diseases -
in Orlando transacting business. committee of the Board of ;
to their! home in LgketandonSaturday. having been cured through the By1w.
Trade, spent last Week visiting{ west
I Thebanks were closed ,Wednesdayin . Florida cities. Mr. Berli states that at xray treatment that were considered
. honor of Confedttate Decoration On and after May 1st the hours when every place he visited local 1 Boards of hopeless, and we are glad to note that I MAKlONs eN_ s

Day. the: library will be open will be from 9 Trade were actively at work atUertising Doctor Hyatt has so fitted himself that4 B COMPANY .
is capable of bringing relief to those .
to 11 a. m. and from 4 to 6 p. m., during their towns as Die, "be t town on I I stl
Mr. I.. <;. Starbuck is at earth. who know naught else but pain and
on legal business. Orlando Reporter books winch. !hours member can obtain' suffering '

Star. \1' Vy m. Hahman o'f Altoonu. Pa. ---- -- -- -
Mr. Jt-o. W. Over treet. who owns reside, of the New Eden Plantation i
Mr. A. K Drought[ of St. spent, I '
* .4 ', Tuesday. in the city transacting business and om-raltH a splendid farm a few Co, whuji, company is operating an extensive JMBER, LATHS MOULDINGS 8HINQLKS
miles w'sl.of the city, spent Tuesday farm on Lake Center, near Nar \
here transacting business and greeting coossee, left last night forhis Northern |II
Mr. Stanley Bullock IN spending a 'bends home, alter 'three weeks spent in this
I short time. on the cast coast with city looking after the interests of his
The Board of County Commissionerswill : '1$
friends company. i
monthly .
meet on Monday in regular; -
lion W. I.. Palmer i is attending "l'88ion. when matters of extreme The job office of the Valley Gazette _

court at Ki simmp.'. -Orlando Report our county will be considered is thoroughly equipped with the latest ,, e
, er-Mar : faces.'of type, the most Improved machinery i
employ nothing but skillet .. Formerly McNair &; Son)
Mr. G. M. MacDonough!; spent Sun- OUr motto is "Watch Kissimmee Workmen and its charges are extremely Florida '
. day anil Monday visiting Bartow and Grow," but it will be the same way moderate therefore there is no necessity Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jacksonville,

Lakeland the frqg: jumjted out of the well if we to send your printing to out-of. Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber In Florida, is well Manufactured r
all for the other fellow to do the
Mr. Croft Bass ot Orlando spent yesterday loostingi wait town shops. and carefully graded, and our facilities for.. filling orders for carload. lots are exceptionally good.);,

in the city greeting his marry Miss Halhe McClure Shelbyvillo, .t
y\ lr o'n' friends.Mn. After eight months of close: application Ky., who has been, spending some timein
to their books our' school children this the guest of her sister, Mrs. _.., .
city -- - -- - -- -----
J. D. Smith of Kmgsland, Ga., will receive their reward in the shapeof Bunyan Stephens, left for her home

IH in the city visiting her sons, Julius a four months'. holiday, beginningMay last Monday. She was accompanied by ,
Smith. .
and Clifford Hth" Mrs Stephens and little son, who will .

Mr. E. Dunnington of Bellmgton, W. Supt. W. J. Sears and Chairman of ,spend several weeks at her old Ken .....ryrwar'K

Va., is in the city the guest of his School Board W. C. Bass returned Friday tucky home. . > ____ .

friend, Mr. C. O. Newland. fronTJacfrsonville., where they had We are pleased to announce that Miss .' -' .
been in attendance upon the educational Ollie Glennwho has been '
Judge D. L. Gaulden, a prominent ..
convention. at the home of her .. .
attorney of Titusville, was. in the city parents on Mab-
this week attending'court. of the Kissimmee Li- bette street for som time, is considerably '
The committee
brary herewith, :their thanks to improved, and unless a 'relapse ;- i s'Fr; m.e k. :, i .
t,: express : e. If you love Kinuimmee you'll mail at ,1rs. Marshall and Judge G. F. Kribbs should 'occur will be Entirely out. of s ,: , >,
cards on May let to danger in a few days. fr{ .. ,. l' I
least dozen
j" a post of ; '"
their kind books .
for contributions . .
.j" ',,
t ' " 'fl" "If! \ r + '; $'If.
:.,.:- JTrienda in the North and West., for 4If the library., The advertising committee of the ',. ',,: -''' ,,0"J: 'tl\ 1if'I"'\ , , .I.I1 "1't! ,

Miss Bessie Geigerof Waldo ia spend hVve .anything to sell, if you Board or Trade has placed an order .. .,
ing some time in the city the guest of want you anything if ;you've lost anythingor with the Valley Gazette for five thousand .4. .' .
her sister, Mrs. E. W. IXIn gan. \ found anything;, a classified ad in the pamphlets, that will contain much .
of St Cloud wan Valley Gazette is the place for you to valuable information regarding Kissim
Mr. J. O. McNew
mee and Osceola county which will be it- '
tell the public about it. r
visitor to Kissimmee i yesterday and paid reat'y for general distribution next t 4
the Valley Gazette a pleasant call. Mr. E. R. Smock the city on week. '

Mrs. E. P. Dann of St. Cloud spent Wednesday for the from Bowen Delhi! ranch Ind'! which and, left Mr. W. B Harris, editor of the Valley :; a.. t
tit once is
Wednesday in the city the guest; of her
Gazette the week Tallahassee
spent in
located on Canoe creek, about twenty .
parents Capt. and Mrs. Clay Johnson. in attendance upon the annual :
miles -8outh of Ki lmmee.
of the State Press Association '
'j Mr. and Mrs.' P. Irvine came by auto meeting t-t.1
from Orlando on Sunday and spent the Mr. D. Rotundo, who operates a and incidentally. taking a look behind -t +t
truck farm in North Kissimmee, states the scenes as to how our legislators
with and Mrs. G. F. Parker. .
.... Jay Judge that his onion crop is exceedingly large pass laws for the good of the '"dear A

Circuit court is in session this week, this season and that he finds a ready people." *
and our city is entertaining market at $1.1 60> per bushel.
as a consequence
Capt. R. G. Conova the FROST PROTECTED -
obliging con-
few of the state's legal lights.
II i Dr S. W.. Downing and Messrs. J. ductor on the Sugar Belt who has tiY
11"r f' Hon. W. J. Sears and family are W. Miller and S. S. Griffin went by 'I spent the past week getting acquainted, .
now comfortably settled in therr hand auto to Gotha and Apo Tuesday, J, with a new young lady who arrived at SMALL FARMS't '
some concrete bungalow Mabbette returning by way of Orlando, and report his home on the 14th, has returned to .
his duties of punching tickets and col-
street. a most enjoyable time. ,
., ,. lecting Care between Kiesimmee and 5
: We regret to learn that Mr. Alfred Narcoossee. ,
I Mr and Mrs. Poole of North Carolina -
Donegan is seriously ill, and his many who are spending some time in .
... friends are anxiously awaiting the out- he city the guests of Mrs. Poole's Mr Randall Keen met with a painful ,and 5'- ,
accident last while ina
. .1 come. brother. Rpadm'aster Healey, paid on Friday riding
buggy between this city and Sand
of Plant Tampa a visit on Satusd@y.Mr.'Wm.Goodrich ,
Mr. C. M. Sparkman, one : Lake. The horse he was driving be-
f City's most enterprising citizens was .
came frightened ad' ran away, overturning
.:( transacting business in the city Wednesday who moved here the buggy and throwing Mr. -
a short time ago from Lake City, .
Keen out, breaking some ribs and LAKE FRONT
Minn., has purchased the dwelling and }
4 Mr. Alston Cock of Jacksonville household goods; of Mr. G. E. Tarbox bruising his shoulder.
has been the guest of Mr.Jim Carson and will occupy it aa a residence.Mr ,
\ this week. He. returned his home A movement on foot and its promoters HOME SITES

yesterday. C. A./Cole, who with Mrs. Cole say it will be successful, to'build ( f\\
has been visiting! the northwest for a sanitarium in or near this city. ,', ,\l f'i
Messrs. 'Guy Gardner and William the past three weeks returned to the There is no doubt that such an Institu- I

I'j. ,, Sherouse left Saturday last for Geor- city on Friday., He states that Mrs. tion would pay from its opening, as a ,
; ""\\ gia, their intention being to' remain Cole will.follow on m about ten days. large number of people come here

, permanently. every.year from Northern and Western
Died, on Tuesday night the 25tfi, states suffering from every imaginable L ,
Mrs R. Irvine, who hsspeen visiting at Center Park, Walter, the twelve- disease.
Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker for the nonths-old son of Mr. and Mrs Henry .
5 : : past month, return Sunday to her Partin, and the remains were laid to The 'practice of parents permittingtheir ,
V children to around the
home in Orlando. play depotis
rest<<: in cemetery on Wednes- "
f6' bad, and should be stopped. A most \
Mr: Julian Montsdoca, one of the I II ,I dayr unfortunate accident; will occur some
t I lIunter'and Go's, head men and whois Mr. and Mrs Thomas Hornsby, who day as a result of this thoughtlessness,
1 stationed, at Whittier, was in the have been the guests Of Mr. and Mrs. which could have been prevented were
: :.: city this week. Harry W. Thurman at the Gray tone mothers to warn their children against t

1 I- Mrs. Bunyan Stephens and her sister i Hotel for "several weeks. returned I playing proiind the depot, especially .9 :.

t I Ml s'llallie McClure, left Monday for Wednesday to their home at Germantown during train time. .

:! i 'Shelbyville) Ky., to spend the summer Pa. Ludlam & MacDonough, architects Ask .

) with their Barents.e Mr. Fred Bass left Saturday for Minneapolis and engineers, is a new firm added to I

been Minn., which will be his Ki simmee' business life. These gentlemen .
Conductor Strange, who has relieving city .. c
rlI I Conductor Glidewell on the home in future. It l is Understood that are well known to our people, "
Fred has associated himself with and that they will be eminentltJl"ceas
Midway railway the past month, has an automobile -
I' tt firm that makes a specialty of ful in their line is the prediction of all. '
} returned to Lakeland. Kissimmee Land
fi t VaJley '
.'I. I' n, racing cars. Both are-. thoroughly competent I and Company M
Mr. E. r:Cole, father of Messrs C possess unusual business qualities .
:,, A. and H. E. Cole our up-to-date jew. The concert given by the band at its Their office is room 11, State Bank ',,-
elers, arrived in the city Friday, and stand on Broadway Tuesday night was building.On .
.;f will remain some time. greatly enjoyed by those who attended .I.-E. MATTOCKS, Vice Pres. do Manager ;' '
A the: performers showing much profi- Friday night, the 21st, the soul of

,1 r Mr. I.. G. Starbuck, a prominent Orlando ciency, the outcome of hard work on little Ter athe't: the daughter of Mr. .. .".
: attorney, was In the city this their part. and Mrs. J. R. ;Smith::; ,' took its flight to KISSIMM FLORIDA '
". week in attendance upon the circuit her home on high, and her earthly remains J

: court, now in session. The Laymen's meeting will be held were laid to rest on aturday in ,. ., ,', to.
t .. the Methodist.Church: next Sunday Rosehill cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. \. Frl
Mr. W. B. Maklnson, who has been afternoon at 3 o'cJo4k, and will be Ted Smith desire to extend sincere thanks ?
'y spending the past two weeks with his by Mr. R. 11. .Brock. The public is to all their friends who' so kindly ten- .
mother at Havre de Grate:: Md., has most cordially invited to the meetingsof dered their services during the illness .../> '
I : returned to Kissimmee. the Laymen. and death of )little Tereather. I .,.
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T)J4. RIVERS. M; D. ? : WHAT IT COSTS J -T-- .11

I Oftioo ov r'O9eola\( PharmacyPHYSICIAN * To Live 'in Kissimmee and. Wages .,-, On lson"s."Bat'gain.Counter, '. .

PHONES':. .t f Otllce f sldeDt'e.6.1 n .1. . .' a Rule They Are' Clean; but Usually Paid.. < '., .Park Garden. Is the recognized Trucking lands., of this; I .

. ._ The following table of prices is ai
I :_ ,_: '._. .. _. : :Real 'Estate Bare and Comfortless.. near accurate it la possible to obtain,. ,, soil is prolific.vrich a deep, kindly'.adapted to any! kind ...

WINN : : and ia published for the information of. quires J but little fertilizer, and a fine flowing'well can be easily.
I W..L -I those contemplatjn moving to this city: obtalned'inMhe gardens," there already being. nearly 'a dozen flowing

R and SURGEON- . .PEOPLE. LIVE iN THE CAFES. Smoked P'Iour-----llmoop* '..'.. ...." *XI..4i, o.:. .
.a' S . or.uP&Nell :, j'rjf Ufwiu.Silt. Iteoon ,. .O734c.nt..p.rIb. 14 to W ........ per Ib a half of beautiful lake front on the east a fine large 'stream aa Its. .
S -.. TriONB 1$. 1t188......,. Klsst".Ee.. FLORIDA' Wh.n Th.y Do Got Into Their,House.* Um Kin. .. . 7 tq H ...n... per Ib northern boundary, and theioun'ty .PDed-.cahe west The tract contains

orPl. PHOH.. T.Tp Fa.oaIP4I". Tholr PHnolpal' Occupation Is Look. Swe.1 PoUtOM L 50 to lit tltgaMo.nt.terib oenU" par bu..hel about 900 acres, over half of which lisa been Sbld-ta! 5 %nrf.10-acW

ing but- of the Window*-Tho Man/ Irish Kr wh Potatoes Fliih .. $1 1 to. '1.8S Atoltepwlb pet buahi-l .tracts. These lands, In the great artesian belt; close: .to' I lake, good cs-

G. THOMASON p.. J. W. THOMPSON rlago Customs of a..4!... \ Salt Mackerel .. RtolOaperlbOrlU :1 town and good surroundings, are a safe- and profitable investment,
.2'-.. lb
Meal . ..SHeperlbKmh and we desire toteli you all about,: them. .
Homo life In Greece, particularly InAtheiiH. BfM-f : .. k(2U to I6a per lb
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON i Is pe ull8r. It might airiest Krexli l>..rk .'. .. 124 to Ito per Ib Pinedale is the excellent suburban homesite for. those wishing: to

FUNERAL DIRECTOR be sold that there Is no such tblgg. Drl Huxnr
Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 12(5jjit. ( In Mr. Duckctt Ferrtmn-n's Dried Peachoa .'.. 10 U> li'}'o porlb quickly grown,. and ail kinds of citrus fruits do *ell. Pretty 1 place" to
___.. __ _J _. pndLipENSEt book: on Dried Apt.1 ki .1 1C to I'i'vo p.r Ib %
"Greece, ami tho .Greeks" tbe manners fan I. rd J8 to2''e p.rlbomiK live such a growing city as Kisftirnjnee, with her beautifullake

J. w:' SIMPSON'. .. ) EMBALMER: and customs of the'picturesque Hellenes <('' ..._>und(*.....Lard, .. 12 to 25ct Ho p.rlb>erib fine for fishifig an". boating. PinedaTif is divided into 6-acre

;' which orb little known to the't.&. I'ea.... . lie Ib KG Mr I Ib farms, selling for $25Q to $375 per tract ; time on part if desired and ,I
,. premie/ English reader are described 4ol.e I (< 1.oto 60 t.urhi; it is, the logical place for suburban. homes. Lots'of good people locating ,

IS ,. Upstairs' In \\a\i\ l1ulldln.r.O (Opposite Courthouse\ at len tb. Mr. Ferrlman slates that], 'reea.5.s .. "MIC llic to per noo irallonr per I IbKororiftna on these lands. , '

t 9 a.. m. 1..0'12 m. (the Greeks do not knoanythlog" rmv !31'>o to 40c por dozen
,.,.IOE HOURS: : < hi token Frien .. 2r"'t04'lee.chk..n '' Large Ipt and 7-rooii) house land 130xlijO) < feet: 21' learifl,04raIlgt j .g
r.l:30to5:30p.m.: : about the art of home. ( ,. '
ranking u ><<\ rown ; .6f1(!to toe each
Telephone) NQ. 7ft Jun 6. lyr.'. KisaiMMKB I: FLORID "Oflo way meet wIth exquisite cleanliness 'xirn. shelled SOC p.'r buahel trees and 10 more Just coming into bearing. House! re"nts for 'lp per ,

----f ___. __ _ ," he writes" "with' oat> ,. . .'. 7'"lc per binhelOranirel cent of $18QO, but you can buy this bargain for $1\ 5--- beautifully In aaaiwn U 110 to $J! IK)per box.
E S R. W W. CARSON embroidered, bed linen l'ntt'tl wIth C'arpentera. : .. ..$..1'0 toil BOKlackittnlthn This is a pretty home, fine shaxic., large palm tree in frrrtit
]) .. .
REAL (ESTATE fOR SAIl -- tl.&C to 111)0 1 l
Fl ORIDA roHeumry but never with wbaj" we 4.1..rtnlll..and-.rruhhlnwII'I.On: ( to IJ5.IH' ) per acre house in good condition", near the"center of town. BARGAIN
DENTIST . menu by cozlncsn. The Greeks MO far I IcariiiK l..and-.lumllnor 1\000! ( to $2"<' (OIlMan '
Heauiiful winter home sites situatedir and Team. ....11''to$ j "".,,- less In their houses than we'are, n'nil and Mules ",110 to (8.00 *
Office.over (CoIe'JeweIry the Lake Region oj -Florida. 1t1'ruckinjf when they arc nf hotue they, appenr to I'artiea hiring to feed aame) within half a block of place, 5-room. house, painted' last fall; outbuildings
Office Hours: 11-15, 1 -5. jo'arminl(1'.and. in large WaKon" $nuI0nl' up ; deep artesian welt healthful wilier. Owner live
and (
_ Office phone U 8 spend most of their lime In l looking Plows M BO to*12.O<> pure
of They Harrowa i .|3.r<0 toglg.lKIT.iaehern out inJCnnsaH want to it'll this ami
Residence '' ,23 or small tract S out the window. nrp not givento f 46 to$75 month away place. Hurry. you can
CITY rROI'ERTV: A SPECIALTY Inviting their friend to their Wooel per cord ".71, to H *0' buy a bargain. securing every advantage< \ of high .school( cjiurch, ,'tr
bouses. It Is not flint they lire niggardly
: J M. WllJ-I-SON; JR.1 Lint your property with nu-Tor quick for I they will glndly ontertpln Two Block Bungalows, ft rooms and bath room, prftty porch in

salt ,. you nt a restaurant at fur greater cost PRIDE. front, beautiful lake view; on hard road K""<1 It'H pavement, about a J" ..
S NrfTAnv PUBLIC. . ( to tbciosehes/ But It does not enter Pride is as loud a\beggar as quarter milo from the courthouse. Nice and new, jiml/vc-ry/ t'hl.ltl'( ,

:- STATK AT LAHHK. s H. M. Breaker & Co. dinner Into their even Ideas after to nn auk/Jtcqualntaneo you home o tp(; I ,want and a great deal mbre saucy. on favorable-termn. Goo"L opportunity to secure, a horn rlwap. -

Real Estate: Agetit.KISSIMMKK . many years When you have bought one fine We have a client who lives in Kantian and I owns 120) acres of Jart Box 175 Kls.I'II'IEtFLA.: 'thing buy that
': Kl.OKlDA/ ) ) "They do not ask each other ay It' you must ten more .with two fine orange groves; has quarter mile lake front, finest "muck

can hardly be expected that tilerahoulil I your appearance may be all'of apiece trucking and farming land, und you can get it al a bargain/ might
------ make nn exception' ( In the case but Poor Richard says, "Ti
_ possibly exchange good l property in central Kansas for his or part at
P. A. VAN8. AONEW. : w B <-HArOR.. of foreigners,: The cafe Is n .-seoondhome easier i to'suppress the first desire "
least the
as owner in so situated thatjp* i-aiinot ctipit.( ( to KlorulH to
II. BULLOCK( to 'thorn. There. they meet than to/satisfy all that follows it.
VTANS AGNEW & CRAWKORII) friend, and gossip. Tlint In one reason live. An excellent! chance for wcciiring a I l big inronu' propi-rty) ,, at abargain i

'A1TORNEYS-AT-LAW perhiipu; why they Unlike. country life. price.
: A Problafa" In Theology. _._'._
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-It offers alternative to I the Uoaie
Mr. Frank Fox In Ills! book, "Aus
OffiefMt t 11.-*, i.itlreUH, 1 llnuk llulldiiiKKissimmee "% ,........................................ there the hearth In (lie social conter.Willie tralia," describes the religion bf tbe Nelson
4 Florida Is the cafe. In Realty Company
INSURANCE )In town It Aliens aborigines an "a stolen of devil\ wor ,
who do not the lion<
those own I te they "
. ship. "The good spirits-of I the exltence OVER (MTI/KNS HANK: 1 J\ ISSIMM 'i;FLOIUII.\; ,! ( ) I .\
dwell seldom remain thosame
In long/In
; I
I'l"' of whom tb.Ilftd
J. I. MIM N .. U. |l iiI Home vogue
Examination of Titlesl abode. ;Two or throioars Is ; notions-did not, In'their opinion rail .

lOON & CK1CKK; <;
I Specialty. make, n point of moving e'ev. yeiir."The they would), do nobody any hurra nut ,

ATTlNKYS-ATtS\W: : /, S I Impo.lnhlltl.; i..,. ciIh..nlnn I the evil spirits of whom'e....-

Ute'- :orresDondence SolIcited.Bargains. liousos* coiK-eiil. for Hue idont pnrt A I, many terrifying varieties. had to be
-, OfTlcc;..>> ank HiiijdinKKissimniee, Florida bn rt-. c-omfortlenH Interior( and n conciliated."

well kept garden In, run". A gnrrien' I It I. _-- -- GLENNREAGINADVERTISERS

not nindi In A yeiir; and, a person( who All the O'rfertffioa.' -
KRIIiUS changes" his residenceevery, I twelvemonths
"I understand that tao smart set In
GF I I, does. not mint'lo I b"> I troubled I .
. snubbing/ the Do Bucks because they ,
ATTORNKY-AT-KAW with mneli furniturenor, Iste\ .
par ,
-- - -
-... .. have a skeleton In tbvlr closet.
.... (llcular n's 1018 nrr/ ligexnlIl. 'aeclug/ S
all. snub
:\ot at The la because theyMdn't /
Second Floor I
Room 12 - In all kinds of -Real Estate. (lint It will he curled. away In n f w keep It tbere.-OleTeland read We prepare und nlace copy
State Hank lulldHR'1 -
i Fire and Life Insurance andArmours months"Home / I Ww compile arid print t: bookletsWe
er. .well CALENIJAKS Hull.'tiiiH .
-------z- : Ferlil Rent life has noreannrf.sto9'hp( ,
z.ers. I hoards and l LMI. ) .
T Adverli.nJNun.I (
1 / : \ ,H'w in i
ing and Collecting Rents Greeks as It has for ns/! It njjonls" Tho defects of the mind, like those of Celluloid I and Alluminum.WE I 'l

I W. S. HARWELL Specialty Taxes paid for them I little I I I occnp/illon( *i mill no I lillu J 1- ,I 1nk In
ment. They 1IUo to eat find Rochefoucauld. S

REAL ESTATE Non-residents. crowds where, I there. Is nolHp an/1 11I01'nH'nl. I .. -!

I 0. Tlielr' lust mets, afe too I / 'r"l''lIrl.' 1 Meaning of Sever Name ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS.
I R. O. MEEK I A..ln 'IIWOII.. EuI ,
._ inorii.iitf 01'! east I; -
-: Notary Publ< over iloberscfn's I'barmacy I Kissil1u Fin. domestic. I Intimacy I nliloli we /{1.1'I7.e.. I rope, evening or ucsl ;\Vnstnilli IUUIIIIH LONG DISTANCE PHONE 296\ :,
lc'c. I lying to or (In tliu south; lieuc'L' we lULLS .
KISSIAMEE. FLA. "The day cUosen for tnjlrrlnge! InGreece .
I consider that these TAMPA 45 FLORIDA
I It usually Sunday. I I/it the day I IIIIUIC-M' mean eastern SUITE
land western land and southern
I of all days ti> the year Is /lie Siioday I I
-.-- RAINS land. Asia Is Greek word, 8ANKOFTAIVIABUILDING ,
H S a Uuropela .
preceding I the CUrlntinuscast.. It Is / v- -U ,
S JENKINS <&< 'WOODIIAM TAILoR I. not faoblonnble now to b/ married In ,a Hebrew word, and .Australia ,1s, z it, I. / f;
.; SHOP I' Latin word. The-. origin of tbe word / .1
ce/emony 5''S.
'd' church.. In Athena Iho takesplace / S
; : r
i'ffih < V i S lent anil make clothes to amah'ameasure la uncertain. !
tl/o Africa Somo conjecture ..
In the house of I I bride's : '
) <" : larZ. .
.. ttJ!:.uti'' 1 ' ' ., ,' I (lo the bess steam cleaning onts. A temporary nltnr' ,ln set up In i that It is a Semitic wod'mennlng :
: '' "! *toft.! # andDrafting '. : in town. I dye any olor. .1 do the middle of the room./ "land of wanderers.*' ;. .' .' ._4 ..
Surveying .. .
S any kind of repairing. I clean Hats. ",At the conclusion ot the ceremonythe - It Depends.- :- SIX I uspFENOLE. .

I have two of the best Tailors in the (priest nnd the couple join hands "Do you thfnk a man should take his '

South. My plavit Of liuainn-ss is in rear and wnlk I throe I times round! I the altar.I I wife Into hU confidence regarding bill
; I
S of J. II. ReJditt's Jewelry Stori, >. guests. .pelting, them with comfits business affulra?" asked the man who .
The most Important part of the cere married.
had Just been
PHONE NO. 210 mony I Is, the erowiillifr (lr the bride nml "
"If he Isn't ,
FRATERNITY.HALLKISSIMMEE.'FLA' I making any money yes 260 Feet
IN .
CALL ME AND I WII COME FOR bridegroom/ with wreaths of orange replied the experienced one cautiously. ,
YOUR CLOTHES. blossom. ; henro a wedding IH popularly ( -SpokAne Spokl'swllaRevlew.W. I To exterminate Bed Bugs,
\ 4, called I 'the...rowul o : S
I /. Roaches, Moths, Ants Mos.
rott.n Trains.As .
"Iove majrlnges are rare exceptions. '
The nintrh Is made by the parents find I to 1'Writing In I ruins Mr. \VlllInin* Deep quitoes, Fleas and all classot

1'1'11111"olhl"r thnrj by the parties Le Queux has told< how. he wrote hl" vermin.

- r-w.C BASS Sprigg Fleming principally concerned. There are certain I first novel on tile mornIng and evening To kill and Ticks
established which though travels to and from town In the days or-.
to be when ho was 0 subeditor on the Globe I Fleas, Lice and Flies on
\ CLEANING not legally/ Mndlng nre not contravened Water
: Wholesale and Retail l with Impunity. But hd sent bin manuscript to a typist. good Animals.To .

Dealer PRESSING considered before a publisher. Sir Lewis Morris
ir. "Then It Is wrong "for
kill and
-- : S DYEING n" brothers to until their Bisters also confessed Unit he wrote most oftlie prevent Fleas,
lice and mites
ALL FOR on Fowls.
"Kplc of Hades" In his
REPAIRING have boon wed Again girls must Journeys
Fresh -Beef Pork and Iti order of senlorlty. It would on the old steam traction underground.
marry To prevent the spree d of
-- - not be right for a'girl to be married -London Chronicle. Owner P. :: contagious diseases

Leave word at my house und clothe! while. she hud an elder slater who remained Rope. /

J4 Mutton will be called. -tor and- returned. single. The men of a family New rope may/slew be make pliable without _-- ..- To disinfect Bath and Toilet / j

__ are thus naturally anxious: to see their Impairing Its strength by boilingIt
Rooms Sinks
Satisfaction Guaranteec sisters. settled and as n dowry Is indispensable for an hour or two In water. Pipes,
PHONE-4.t. I Its provision K often a The Garbage Pails, Cellars, Ken- i

matter of serious anxiety: and the fruit nels, Stables and Fowl /

EH -- of great self denial on the part of the I Nature's' Warning. Takes : House i

brothers If the parents are deld. 1
Osceola Title "There nre cases In which Brothers their TO INSURE YOURSELF ,. \
House Painting have remained unmarried /If or years
and have devoted all their bjfrd earned Hl8 ifnmee People Must Recognize;
savings to the dowries of tWelr staters. and Heed II. our ,

S Guarantee CompanyG. Among the poorer classes// mlgToUoJl Kidney ills come quietlymysteri- goods f'I"( ) Fenole i i. used with a sprayer. II

Paper Hanging Is resorted. to, not Infrequently solely general
with this object and may a dowry ously. city. For Sale by YOUR DEALER; or _. '

P. OARRETT. Manager. 1 DecoratingKalsomiiiing comes to a-Greek maiden from across But nature always warns you. direct if he can't supply you. t
[f tbe Atlantic." Notic the kidney secretions. Quarts. 75c; Half (,aons\! $l.lh()(); -i

_ fV 1 See if the color is unhealthy HOT Gallons, $$2.M; Sprayer, 5c.( i

If there settlings'and sediment.
Real estate What W.. Lacking. are Also HOT Manufactured _
Titles examined and reported on AThe Hobo-Please, mum I'm a miknjan. Passages frequent, scanty, painful.It's by ,

Tuxes paid for non-residents Workmanship_. Guaranteed as DC doctor gimme dls medicine, time then to use Doan's Kidney( will be FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.,
Instruments relating to real estate, ,
Vatj I needs assistance In takln' It. The :
the Best. Pills.
Good as noons
i; carefully drawnCorrespondence i ijidy-Poor follow! Do you want a To ward off Bright's disease or drop and Tampa Florida. I II

F Solicited. spoon! and glass/ of/water? Tho FIo'bo 16--11 S

t S -:N' ... mum: I \wouldn't trouble yer. sy.. a ,
But dls medicine bJi to be took before Doan's have done great{ work in Kissimmee. .

::_ .t_S C H WEBKING,! ,05rxI : menls. have yei1 dot a tnenl! handy...,.. A. -_ ---- -.

flevelnnd; Lendo'r.y Mq P. (. White.. Kermuda avenue : I :

$-'ASHElS ROACH PEPPER I I Kissimmee, Fla., says : "1 suffered

/fini*. I from backache"and pains through; my .
.,: I ... 'oJ"-" S S Kumo Is enwy ncqulrcvl. All you kidneys and I also had a great' deal of I IF t t tin

M_ 110 POUON iSS.S .... :. "': J. have to do Is'//>, be In tbe right pll1..eItnl' trouble from the kidney .secretions.Doan's .
tttMIII S' ._ Aflis _, piS '" .......' .'Sk ...:. \ nt the right and do the right C. .makes the best building< \ block
... . which I 1
.. Pills procured
I,_ trt* Tkks !* M i a -,1. Kidney South. They are' mad.
U..., S4oIi. _P' 1O'1n .....:M'_ thing in the mght way-and then advertise -
......, nneth D. BuUe at'the Kissimmee Drug Co., relieved out of Lake Weir Sand
ill' I..n tSgt.bW S S ; coarseand
r..n" I
A' ..... .. ... . ,.., It !
"""."". .. .u, I. C. d po.I H.. S proery.-t'uck.
-t 4 "J'"" ...I nuw.. Bo' .5."J.... .....". S ,. .I roe of all these difficulties, and at that sharp-iefy comparition. \ +'J
: ::-:. :p55*:,k.IW..t :;: I" :: ,', them. Dur- F Fared half and half anti water
:.:, ' / time I publicly'endorsed
if" 01.......... h.. n< '"" n. .." ...... Ennui. proof. Will build you a concrete .
". ....... .. .... .. ,. have since
_..._ Towmy-P. what la ennui? Tom ing the three years that house and,I guarantey it to i
f'04 tt.S..I. S 55 '1' "" I"! .
S.j' sf5)s -h..Ia.. Jkhpsp..d U .. ..,1S.. ,.. 110I.. '.'". ...OJ I BARBER: SHOP my's Popnnul my st>o. Is a disease' passed I have not I lost my faith in this be water proof and damp" proof

ASHE- DISINFECTANT; : : l\ flInt attack the people 'who ..reso remedy and I shall always"" be pleasedto F Shelves.See my Fire I'lac-e Mantle-

i"U? 1.1. lazy that they get tired of resting. give it my endor emellt. 5' 5
ASHE-V'nAS-SAULT Cold Drinks & Cigars Price 60 cts.
I Philadelphia Record. For sale by all dealer Works on

t. ,k t- ". ::::"M =.zo::;:"":,":s.. ','::':' ,;, \0 t.Kissimmeet Foater-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole Delivery .
leth'bee agents for the United States.Remember BROADWAY AND MIDLAND R, R. :
Death everywhere
& e : I the name-Doan's-and
.. UlJJ'<:.&,; : W' 1 Oe wise therefor*... and expect deathPverywher.'JuaIleL take no North -. :1)
; \ other."V -f C.

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--...:..--.-- ...-.-- Ills (6)( ) montha ooQtftnionxly; before Ih* |iiolii| I Order of .
j.j.Legal Advertisements ct tie aald writ, ,
> Wberefore! ; it i*' hereby VI ordered V adjudged the: Circuit 'Court eI th* 8'Teoth Judicial

; ., and decreed that V Ib.. said, Tbe Florida Circuit In and for Oaceola County, Suuo of T.

ern Railroad, ...corporatton, orvanlaed Florid. ID Chancery K. Latnona complalbant RU-BER-OID Rootlnc. :

VS .' Notice.. tiling under the law of the State of 'SoOth.j ; ". F. O. Tliompaon; ,-Crneft V. Alexander .

Notice' la hereby given to J. H. McCuUOUlfh, be and It ia hereby required to appear .Henry Whorton Arthur Fell." Allperaona

1g.riftndO. Florida O.'WcCrorey, of No. 6Z1 aald bill of complaint of the Security IDY""Yj t lalmlng Intvml under dcceaaed V Cannot Take Fire from Falling Sparks. IC

,. c .....1hiwy. N' "'w York-New, York Ch.rlel. W. i mont Company and defend the laid suit of the John ... n'1I1. otherwise. ; and all pomona If lire coal fall It die
: they
I V upon out without cauclng: damago
Ward. o( Klwiimroee'! Florida, and Ctoorge, O, tomplaloant at the office of the Clerk..,I the, other than the above Uamettpcrtleolatmlmg .; 9, Va

'. MataWf.'of Ohio,. aud to all .peraonanlerented I Circuit Court of said Oiceola Count/Florida, ail lUtereat'ln the property'In this Ulldekerlbed V .. Water, Sun- and Time-Rroof. Durable and attractive .V v '

' In or having Ileus upon the property j fat Klanimmee FI""lda.-oo Monday; the 6th day defendant, ''V on buildings of any' description.

I "., herein described that on the2lrd) day of March of June A. D.: 10U and that thin order be pub-' Bill to Remove Cloud from THIu.It __) .

1911 Florida F-aat Coast ItallWajConipany filed I\IIIIOd\ ODOR a week for the ipaoa of two (2) appearing. by atytlairit", .I'peia4ed' to the kill I '-IPi1 RU-BER-OIDCOLOREDROOFJNG.

In|i* Circuit Court of thoU Seventh Judicial" I month prior to the aald 6th day of June, A. D. complaint filed la the abortfltatcd ,0auaak V la Rod, Brown and Green the only prepared

V Circuit oftiorila.; In and for.Quoeola! County, lull, in the KlK !mtne .Valley Gazette a weekly that the above'defendant.are non-retldeuU of V _ _ roofing to lie bad In permanent color. I ...'
V 1U petition seeklug to Uke bjr right eminent' uewipaper of general circulation. pnblUhodjIn the 'State of Florida who.** residence la unknown - ____ V '

,V ..'domalof the following) dmcTlbed Property. for (ltd Oaeoola County Florida. and who are all over the'age of twenty. : The RU-BER-OID Man flV

V right of way for the railroad;. of aald etHlouor, Douo and ordered at Miami: in the County of one yearn.H I I* m positive guarantee of the beA prepared V 1 gr1'j

V V to-wlt VV Dade and Slate of Florida, tbl* the lltb day of la therefore ordeied that the non reildent .1 .V Roofing Look for him-he guard every roll of 11 "YJJl

.l A rluhvof way one huudrod. J100) feet Hide, iblareb.A.D. 1511.islit defendant, th* acid r, C. hompeon. meat f RU.BI.R-oIDaod prote t."ou from tmltationk V 4ss

... ; .' eacli Hide. V JONES V. Alexander hour VTborton Arthur Fell 4
Uolirgjlitr (10)) feet on of the eentn MINOR 6. Judge. '
OHM Itluttra
.' are s-41- Jtooflftg ....,.",.
4. V line of ald rlH Of way k* now located and -- -- --- S. be, and they hereby required. to appear to .
singed Uiroiigh the land of raid J. ii. McCullough I V Notice. the bill of complaint filed in said cause., on or THE STANDARD PAINT CO. .

... before Monday, the 8r4 day of July 1011, Va '
and ald J. O. MiCrorcy! d crlbed aa _ .Www.streei.NY.
Notloo ...
I. hereby given that the underagpe4will | V ,
otherwise the allegation of laid bill will betaken 5 .
V V follow: f .__.___.____ -
to the. (if Florida to _ Sa
apply aa ..ed bv...ald defendant.
The U But' half of W eat )half of Burl Ion pi* (f): .
and West half ol west half of Section Seven (7) Convene In Tallahaaiee! In ...Aprl of ihla )'lar, JlJ. further ordered that this order be pub- :: i..trtb'tors' : : V

In/Towniihlp) Twenty.five .25): ) South Range l lor the pannage. of eb act prohibit i1f fltin ftlgln"the tinned once a w eok for eight
V Thlrtr three (.1.11! Baat'and; the liuulh .. quar- watera. Onouolo oountrdurlni the montbiot ... In the K"'hlm.l1e" Haaetle a :-1 : tmm.., '1.-. V /
February. March. July and August of any V
neu'apaper publinhed In nald and alattiof _
V tar of the. Southtnutt quarter of Section Twclvo county II V

.V (f2); and tb" Kant half of Nortb"a\t quarter and" yoariAjth, any aelneor net or ithootlng, glgIflnnor Tbts'Jthda' ) ...April Wll.-' .
with any other derlre.: also prohlbltlDg
V V 1 ortlit-'iuit quarlwr of SonMieaal quarter and 1814% Arthur K, ) ne..n .. IIiOWABOUT'THAT
of th. --- -- --
fishing. during the other month ,Tearwith '
V .
South |half' of Southeast quarter of Suction V CJork ofam'Ult Court.

V Ttrirtwn (1.1): ); Norlh hall of NorlbiMHl quarto asinine leaathan four and a hulf inch [bKAI.!: !] lly Ellubath Johnston.. ,)). C. CHURCH DIRECTORY: VV 'I
leech .tT<;tdjPd) except the |x>ek, "Tl and uluga Q. TCribbn
'. V -oulhw *t quarter of,Ntirthcaia quartnr. Wait .- toilet 1 or for Oonp alnanU: .
of sold Kellie wllli'h shall not exceed .."eatIhe __
Imlf) of douthoant quarter apd Routh. .,a.t quarrof .
f"clln length1; .loor''CI"lrln.'a license of I
r lioUlh"...1 quarter of Hectlon wenl,- Notice of Pubf cati n. .
twenty-five dollar to flub with a Beliiofr0m BAPTIST. PLANT?
four \ 4)'t and Nortiinci.tq'iert.e uf Northoaatquarter
; rraldcuta of the county and fifty dollars. from In the Circuit ('ollrlof the !Seventh: Judicial .
and 11a.t: half of Norlbwiwt quarter Bunyan Stephens, puator. I
V non-'Hlt""t.o the county, .and exempting Circuit. In and for cinceola County. state ofFlorld. .
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Norlhnat quarter of HouChweftt quarter and Luke Tohopeliallga .and Kant Tcihopekaligafrom ... In (hanrorv. K. Lamona, complainant Sunday- ? .. _ _
half of South wont o( BwllonTnuntyflve We forGuoUne En. '
tHoulh quarter headquarters
F. O Ernest V. Alexander Bible I are .
the providers of said act V VH. Thonrpitvn School'9.45: a. m. '
? and :North!' halfl? Nortliwwtquarter V
140uth..t.Qn"rtl'r< fij); of Norlhwe . J* 8. ACREE.KI..lmm. Henry, Whorvon. Arthur Fell. All Preaching 11 a. m. and 7,1$ p, m. glues, Pumps. etc.

qllar.icr .... r la.. Feb..II' ( -91 lt'mona clnlialng un interim! under John L. Let us figure with "
and Went )lia'f of Honlliwutt) qftatll'r l or HBO -..- --- -----.- -- B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. V you. ,
lull, dooeaned or otherwise. All penonaether
Uo"111Irl .,,, Tow nahlp Twt'ot.ftv.Z1, ,) >>
Communion-2d Sunday.
Notice of Publication. than the Hbote ttanied. parlleH. claiming Office and warehonse Nebraska MACHINE"RY
; Kaa\t: bald ; V :
Mouth Tlilrly.lwo) (32): ) -
luiigo cefitreHUe ULMER
IM.IIIH duo fiirthcr.dfmrrlbcd) an commencing -, 1 Department of Urn interior, I'. 8': lAnd Olllce tlialimiivllle an tolerant In the property In this bill do Mondayafter( 3rd Sunday). Ave. and S. A. L. ailroad.Phone .

V tt a point on *tbe North line of Hctlinu Mil riorlda, !Mn.reh 6. l ll.NoticulH I. H'rihed. defendanui Woman's Miss. Union'Devo. 3 p. m. 2126-L \ TAMPA FLA. :

(Ii), 1'own.hll'( ] Ivtnlyflvo ((26):! ) South),, Itanlrtl hereby gl' tn tint George W. Firtlcof Hill toHenun* Cloud from Title.'_ .. Wednesday (after 1st. Sunday) \ lIMt :

AI Thirty) .threw. (CW: ) Kant. In Ow'i-oln Conmy V FlorlUajonn Wlillllcr, Florida.) t' ho, on September in, To All appearing M hem H from May the Concern..orlM: lll of. Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3 to /5pm\ ,
It complaint
No.ji2l M >
!lusH;. maile lloinentoad nlr) iticrialSo .
tlKiiiHnml (hiS f"'(-l from the NorthweHt -
) for Hvulheaht quiirter auctIon 82 filed lu thin eaufie thai there are p..r.ou.llI..r. Thursday- *44lS45 *.**.***********.****\* *********+*aV***..
Mftj )
of Haul hcflton ."lx (*>>, lii'iift1eonftli .
corner Uiwimlilp: nouth.ranKV '!U diet. TallnhaaNeeMerMlnn CHUM" lu the property lnvojv} ..d in this null Prayer meeting7.-00 p. m. I *"( ) thirty i tau: | mlnuti'H Wed
I notU'u of .Intention. makeflnal other than the kilt'*\ U defendants' and that i
haf fllfi to Visitors \
tlirKIhnuKand. ((34f0): ) fci-t to MatUni, No I 1110 uf /, welcome.PRE8BYTRRIAN.. .
iiainentif Much iuterehted are *
VHtablinh. clniin the 'perxouM so
aaij right of way : them..* ..outh I'ILM unknown to t the ('(iliilllii haul. aLit that relief IH
ili-ncrlbcMl 1..10.1'011.0. Clark of V
) thuiiKauil, brie huC Imul shove .
rued \\'e.lh'<'Ily clidil tlmClrtull at K..llum..Florldll.. onllwJlithduy .r.'ell In Maid bill of (oinplatut- nKaiaut michuoknott : : Ideal Summer 1
Court FertilizingOranges
Kl I I'm( of millrlKhtofway
clrfcl (ZK.IJ4': ') feet (10 MatUm > u . #
: Ihi-lici--oulli, I two t hull..ii IK Iher..for.t'r..d ihnt .UI.n.
Iil nil red U.;'>(NI)) feet lo tile South I line of ami III CIRI".nl".m.*N an wilneHKeM KoHh mith, Sunday School\ 9.4a/\ : m. -A. S. *
liilerem and to the followingdfwcribud
,'. iuarUrufHoclldii .nf hlttli-r, Florida. John "Smith of Whllllcr h'K.n : 1
the K'JUlhw""qllllrl'r..f
'riorl.l., \V. H, Me'ii'lland| of W hllll,',. FloldaJolt0 properly, alluatc in County of Onceo1a. 8101. of Nelson. superintendent. Grapefruit
llilrl)"-B|x (:II ) III TOIl li II.| 1'.1)I t V
OMeniof Whittier. .'lorlo1.. Floilda lo wit.; Church Service 11 a. m. and 7 m.Christia't1 .
p. Tangerines V
nrr unth, 1 Kn .1hlrly'I\\0 :3d) Kant :
lit. : :
henry K. Chubb KeuiKter.. Iota HM-'i). nix (0)), Seven ((7) and nineI(\ )
Afro tract lifts i .iI i) l.t wiIt. adjninlniftHekt p. m.
of the Florida! .1I.kut'.1: ( onipany'M Hub :
": of nil 111 rlitlit of n ay V rough U"1..lIt IiV diviHiOii, of HC(lion I lii nL) -I s o (.Ito. HHhl lit} Prayer and Bible study Thurs. 7pm.Visitors i "More Fruit.';More Money'
hiilf ti f hoiith.-ahl ..piHtu of 8..lImrot'j10..nII .I I I, Citation of Admmistratio rIn . moit
tHtntvtl t* (! ) Honth of range thlrtj-one ( tl) ; cordially invited ,
V < l: ), in 'I lo\\ lli.lil|> T ''t.tiiy-ftV.\ 1-) ""Ulhl I court of the i ounty .1 nIIr', ". State of' Florida. cant do iti.ttt.ttl. to. the ColilMlainant'K bill of r-ervices : i is the title of our new citrus book which will be sent free on request. 4:
l H:aht nil) ill 'OMM>OK I .
l Range lliirtylwo ( 2)
V l"K Mill I I I fully l. n.fer. :: It is "riglitup-to-date" a'ld written from a grower's view-point.
Count Florl.n. UN app.'nr .v Kilick,., rl ot AuKUhtl'Ml.I tow 11, the 7th day of Aug.UM. -
"Ii|ii r 1(1 aiiM in'tilioii* now (ill fll.' livr.'in ... MutlMa K bIll k hail to thlrccHitt .. M ET1IODI ST. 'F I
Wlii-r. applied ebie" ,the Haul I bill will 1>. taken aH 101ffniied "- : IDEAL ERTTCWEKSand IDEAL METHODS are not new. Their
.... 4 No... thvrH.irt.. yoU. and "'lI'h of you, and .allJMTMIIIM ,
for I., 'ttet* of Auto I tiiet ret tot) on I lie cc- 1H .
I licnH wal.l. Wm. H. Funk Ph. D. pastor. value has been by of field work but there always are
lu IIH\ :
lnUTvstf.1 or InK UIKMI proven years
T ilTpk late
tale' ol t onii. ''Inn 1. dnelfHixxl of IN further ordered that tbla order be pub-

property, are hereby notifi.Hl and ('oiniiinii.liHlto nald iOu lit, of OK....1... liahed once a ue*>k for twelve (C''12)) eon.e<.ntlve.wewkii Sunday School 9:45: /\? a. m.-Prof. R. L ._ new points Of interest to growers which should I b/e; considered. :

.I-..> and ai.|itar. In our nald Ctrrnlt Court tie These are Therefore. Toiltenml admonish ; lu Ibe K .Nimiuee Vat ey Gacette, a M.Evans: "uperinl..ndl'nl.Preaching ._
flrKl V ONWARD and UPWARD is\ the IDEAL!: motto. We put forth all :
th. fl.1 Monday, In May. 11111. boing tin all .ntl.llIl/ul.r the kindred and crelllt..r.ol'aid nt'wapaper" publiHhed In i-ald Onc-eola County a. m., and 7'16: i
duty of said month% and. then and there to ahow and before Ibm "**" ::00i \
deeeaHed" to be appear and of Ken".llIlrc'ul.LloJlID ,ai.1otintY., ; p. m. our energies to give the ,RIGHT : If an)'. )on ha>e In aald .lO\q before the IMh day of May A. D.
roart on or Witness Minor d. Jout-a. j ud lie of aaid Cir
o'. ....1'11.\) \ property and to ahow raimc, If 'any. 191 1. and fllo objiKlionti. I if I an)' (lit.)' 1I"fO.IO cull < ourt. and my name aH clerk thereof and Boys League 1.30 p.m. i QUALITY SERVICE PRICE V ivi -. ...

why the .ine Should not .be taken by the the granting of I I.etters of AdinlulNlratiou cm. the official seal of Mud court Ilii, 2Mh day. of Junior League 2 p. m. .

p..Utl"u'r for the uea and purHMH{ Hit forth. Maid estate, ..lh..r..l.e the. acute will be granted' April A. D. lei.. Senior! League 6:30: p. m. '

In nalcl pttltfon or clue be harr MlMlniHH Said to acid Matilda F. Edo k or to acute oilier fit V Arthur E" llciuegan.lKAL Gen.: prayer service Thurs. 7:15: p. m. i Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co;" i
\ Arthur I F Doiiegaii (lerk of \\
person or ix'rhonitMltuHHH ( ) Clink of tin 1 ult Court.IM''t V
('..utl.BDlI the M'al of Mid Court this J-rd! day name an C Vtoiiiy Juilgeof I the 1) Holy communion ever 1st Sunday.You .
my Ellaal.ith Johnaton. C .
of March I'Hl. oinili" forenald thin the I :tlh da) of April. A. U F. Krlbb Solicitor. for Com'I.III.nt.! are cordially invited to each of :: Jacksonville Florida.

AKTHUH F.. nOO'EU..N.18KAI:1 : D. 11111 - -- these servic l. 1 V .J

I ( :) Clerk (,1.1',11 ('ourt for Oxr..oU- ....0. F. I'arker.. ('011 lilY Judge .................................V................

11-f.l (ouiUy Florid.. Moon A: (.elger. Petitioner'* t tome\ii. Citation of Administration.I .. .
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-- I ( ourt of the oniity. Judlie Stale of Florida CHRISTIAN. i VV

4- : Nptice of Masters' Sale. alate' of I.. 11. WDliamK, df< OHceolat S. J. Vance pastor.

Notice of Attachment. ouuty b) Ine Judge ..f saul. CourtWuereHH ,Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. VV

I \ Ircultof Notice. in hereby given that uinter ami by A. F.. Drought lice, api'Med' to IhU Bible School )9.45 a. m.-A. W. Wmn
71h JndlilaU Plorl'la WE LOAN
In Clr a |
olf the
In and for Owpola Co"ntvM.ry.lInle, Court for I.elleri .tuiulatTi.tiou' ou superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assIstant -
V of. and under.the neat 01 the Circuit court
W"II.c.-To mute of |j HMlli m de.tcoccd
/V and tier Imiilianil T* Robert U. cif the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Hie Slate' of superintendent.

Robert B. Wallace dffciiclnnl. and all oilier In and for 08 1'01. County In than County of Csictila.'lhcai . Christian Endeavor Sunday V
Florida < every
IntereHIt in the above entitled arp.. therefort. To ciU and
pcraou uf'tbe laiida hereinafter cle terj sitting In a certain reuse therein pending and singular the inured and treditoraofalii evening at 6.30 p. m. MONIES
caned or any V VV
of th"e.late
: wliiriiln Robt. D. Savage aa guardian . deceatwd! to be and before. this Prayer meeting and choir practice every -
Zella minor, In com.lilaluinl
V of
Olivine Ravage,
You will" \ take notice that 'on the 26th day of ex-ofnclo d.inlin Court on'or before the 27th day of May, A D. Thursday' at 7.00 p, m. V
V and liac. V; Prevail, aa '
V October' 1HIO, lull wa. In'iltuled.all.ln.t oq.' .lraU. >r of thoeilaleof C. A. CummIngs, )UI1 I, cud Al, objection*, If any t.h. y have to -'. .' To Buy Homes at, 5
Robert the (,''Irouit Court of th. th* granting of Letter of Admlnuitratlnn ou '
; f' deceased' .. ., and Sarah CUmmingl, Delberl Cum I EPISCOVALr1ev. : :
V flit Judlolal Clroiilt of Florida. In and fart>. '" and aid ""*lai", otherwise the wine will be granted ; ., "") .,".: , '"\ Per Cent Simple
( Wllllanm V
... Jacob Cummlngi M"ry .
inlngn. : V
lVhi t, ola County, In altnchment" tiy Mary Vannler and Jenula Frump sa heir of mid ttntale, and all 4o said A",,-E. Droughv.ort V nome o her. fit per-,. David D. Kidd rector, . : Interest.

V band Henry Vaunlef. ; and that writ of persons claiming an Interest In the property'rt! von 6r persona. Services every second and fourth Sun
attach men t dated Vtober UA. J1HO' wag Imued Wituefn my nue a. ('OllDI, Judge of the -
the bill 'of complaint deaerlbed are re |Hind- at 11:00
day a. m. -
by the Clerk o4 the circuit (curt under the neat ('"un.for.'llhlo\ tint:; :lih. duy of A prll. A.
outs; Jhe nudvrHlKneil.( an Hpeclal, Master inClmnevT Cpmmunion 2nd Supday at morning No doubt you are and have been for oears. struggling;,
of laid Court on mid 0"10101'.1' 2..lh. ItHO' and under .. D \Pill.S .
will aell at public outcry, "rlnltl1.
V and by virtue of mkl 1 1 writ of attachment 1 leHl[ hours}. of nalu. before Ihe I curt house [] ,'..... (F I'arker, service scheming and planning how to get a home of your own.:

V have. levied. upon the folios lug "".crlbe.IIoI", dour, in .the city of KtabltnliKe. In aid Ot>ceola. 18__ft County' uN Judge.___ __ Guild meeting' every first :Tuesday

tracts. or parrrla of lanil. aituate.' l>'tog and Count), on JII"d".lbe Mil day. of June A. D. -.... ; ,Li-------: OUR PLAN is so simple. so easy and so fair that you

.V. being in the Cotitity 'uf ()ie..
Florida, to wit: Vi ted. in mid Oacfola. County honda: All of I lu |.iirMinnii. ..l (Chapter. r*!". Acts of 1'XIT! Florida Maps.

An undivided one.half lnt"rc.t In south lieU Ll.x-ki II, I, J and K. of ,K, II. [', l'I'<"'Khl'* addition Notice I I. lhtrri.y liven that. the Board of >on receipt of 25 cents at the Valley rite us sor particulars. .
aouth half tteo
Of twenty-KC'Ven of
Suction :
V "' | to the city of Kla.lnim"e, Florida, ac (' *ommlfHioiierfi. at their regular meet itzette office a pocket of Florida V V
? : notilheaht of map
Ion twenty-elKl't ('ordIDI! to the \plat recorded of aald addition In inclpii Monday June Mil. l 1l1I. ", iiI take up for will be mailed to any address in the ------- \
Section nine northeast qll.rter.nd
twenty ((29))
the Onceola and Slate. of Florida of the erection of anew
Coulhty of consideration the quei-llon United States. We also furnish
south half of .ellon thirty three (133): ), tiectiou\ can
V Term of "Kale caah.i. Jail, of Osceola at $1 each and STANDARDIIOME COMPANY
thirty-four (:14): and northwent quarter of SecV V county ,
". j listed' at KlHWiinniee Florida, this JlHt day 'IH-M' B ]L IXKIUJ' Chairman mars glad to estimate on sectional
'. ( maps
I. all In
tloii tlilrtt-flve Ul: ). Townxhlp twenty
of April. A I>, IIII. 17.51 of kind.
V flvo (!T>) south of Kaugo thirty,one nil) KaHt: I any
Arthur K. 301-3 Building
Donegan.Bpeclal . Old) newspaper for !dale at this officer Curry
V therefore to to the
; You are, required appear Maale-r lu Chancerya V

,V .aidaction on the' Rule Pity lu Hay, lull, the \' R AKUCW &: Cruw fordi: V TAMPA V FLORIDA .
acme. toeing the fit day of May I'D\ 1;and that Solicitors O'niplaiiiani
iVi IM default thereof judgment will be entered '1
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against jouWltnemmy Notice of Attachment.In SECONDHAND "
I : hand and Seal hula:Klth day of January GOODS -1: V

I A. D I'Hli( VI the County Court of OgceOla County. Patent Leather Shoes V
C. A. CARSON President ". C. UBYAN SECRET Bt'The
C. F HUEV ATT, Florida.":' Walera A, Caraon elrootry Company Bought, Sold and []lchaDg d. GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK ,

I V Sheriff Oiceola Oounly.BeKK V.. W. U. King.-To' W. G- King. DofeiKliUt, Also a large stock of Windows

A Palmer. and to all peraona Interested In the above en. and Doors, Porch Columns, etc.- Waters & Carson
Attonicy for flalutlffH. titled cause or any. of the landir UfreltiMflerdeJiclibed.
1'V JI V Come in and see n*before buyingOne

You will take notice that, on the lib
; Order of Publication April hIll) ult wan tIist.itutd agniiiat ]/0... W. Made. Let us prove to you we pair 'of Korrect

J. Klnft. In the l'oun''ljtourt of Oaceola County them for. Grocer-y
In the Circuit Court of Oiccola County, Florida tlorldH In attaclunent. bv Watera A Caraonjrorcry V can you. Shape Oxfords you Company V

'-I -in chancery Horurltv Investment Company ( Company/ a Florida corporation : and V OPPO8ITH PO8TOFFICE have the satisfactionof

.a Corporation. Couiplalnant) v*. The of dated 1)) 4th ,
that a writ atlai hmuitt] ;; Apt ,
Florida' Southern Railroad Company' a Corporation lull, wi issued by t''). Clerk of Ihe County M. D. WILSON & CO. knowing you are -Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES-

Frank Q. firown 1 rtutee: and ';011,t. under the seal of acid Court on April, getting 'of

Fruit Q. Brown and all pe"-Hon claiming an llh, 1911 I, and under and by yirlueof mill writ every ounce '

V Internet In the property dcacribvd In ibis' bill of attachmolil i have levied (Upon the following J.HII.: value and comfort thatIs

*' : of complaint UefnndantaSTo described lota tract or parcolirof land situate .- possible to put ir to a ,
the Florida Southern R.1iro.YCompay- lying ,and being in the County -of OBceola, ,

V Greeting :" | of Florida, lo wit: pair of shoes. S \. .

i This cause comlna; on to be beard upon the LoU Thirty.two and Thirty.three of Section Korrect V' ,
motion of the complainant for an orderof publication , Shapes are fast WE SELL WE BUY ,
Thirty'two, Township Twenty-nix South.Hang A. M. CHAUNCEY}
winning favor men who
for aervlce ou thadefondantThr Floj-' Thirty.ono Ea.I.11I OHceola County Florida among / "

V Ida Southern ttallroad Company, a corporntlonnnd NT>u are therefore required' .to appear to Life are extremely particular about '

:.r the awl of the Slate of Florida: and It aid action on the Rule 1>"yln May, l9tiLli. the healthful condition and neat HAY HIDES /

appearing that the Security Invtwtnient C'ompaay. name bt-'lng' Ibo flrnt day In May 1911 I ; and that CONTRACTORAND appearance of their feet. / VV \
the Complainant ha. InHlllutod unit and GRAIN / ,
be entered
lu thereof Will
default jiirigmont FURS
Made in all colors.
filed lu bill of complaint In the Circuit Court aKiliiHtyou.Wltneita . the popular // I H I
of OnoeolaConnty. Florida, against The Florida V FERTILIZERS.SHINGLES' V ,
my hand and seal, thia 4h day ofAprIK aPAC"UO WOOL
Southern Itallroail Company a corporation. A n. I'Jll. BUILDER Co. t.

Frank Q. llrown Trustee Frank q. Brown and C F. rilFVATT.: *

V .all persona clalmtnKan/ Inttirust In the property Sheriff of Onceola County FloridaVana MAamaa I ,AND
V bill of described Brock tew, ORANGE BOXES .'
V in the acid complaint the Ajtnjewa, Craw(lord.Allorneya . Maia.ttfchnniBrMi.
name and reRldoiiccfl" of whom are to th. corns for Plaintiff. Plans and Estimates Furnished ALL I ,
.. plalnant unknown. for the purpose| of removing 15-tw V ,' Satisfaction Od..teed-!
V the clouds Ihe title of the complainant '
upon -- ------ -- -- - -
totb lands dpacrlb.wl In the said bill; and CRATES '.
It appearing further that a subpoena was duly
V V 't- Notice la hereby given bat ar the session ol I- CRATE NAILS
Ii "loaned out of the acid Court directed to the de ._ r
I V fendant. The Florida Houtheru Railroad Company the Legialatureof the Si ate of Florida In and 1--' -- ---- ---- as wiN I

I V a* prayed"' In nald bill and that the aaldanbpoena for 1011 at application will be 1 100 LIVE SAKDHILL CRANES *fle* vldl aaeepaic aoLDeY' z 5:

I wa, placed 'lu thehanda of theBherlff made for the of a law for creating and 1t t We sell field and garded's of all kinds. V ..
establishing a drainage district" In and for the Wanted for 1 Park '
a of laid OiceolaCoiinty. and by aald Bherlfl! returned Zoological L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. J'
.)becatiHt. the seine could not be served, valley of the upper et Johna River. embracing Will \\my;,; f 10 piece for these bird.. If you have We five special attention to fitting out hunting and camping

owing to the failure of the acid corporation to portlona of Volnila. Orange Brevard Oaceola, none now, lei me mirg| .*iit that ytiif .""curo from parties. / .
the n<*>tji Come you UK bird that are bathed "We assure you up-to-date service"Our
elect .any onloer or appoint aDy agentS, and and fit. Lucia Countlea, Florida and providing thin aprinaT lvke4bftm home. and raiaV them _J_ _____ Free deli very in ci>y limits. Phone No. 12. V
for of bond the landa of the aaid V V
farther Mcaiwe the only known officer and Issuing upon mill) they are old enough to nhiv next fall
V of the Bald corporation have been absent -.drainage diatrlot for the Bald purpoae t I alnn wiint Pox Rqiiirr. and tame Otters W9 are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask' us for circularand

agent from the State of Florldaxfor more than loot W A. Deaaly and Aaaociatea, M CEClllinCI. ZMtoffltt WatMafft.M.. I. C. 15--U Ladies Line is now' Complete$ prices on'-fertilizers.f VV

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4 ,Pretty Big $.m.tni.s.I but "IIi.n There Peculiar EfTaet Pure_Alcohol H.. on ,. Classified Advertisements

.. iXISSIJI1J11EE i1 rnsTGRUBCR la Anoth.r Point of VI_. This (Irritant Poison.. '

( ;I bars a.' warm spot li/inr heart fer i One of "the moat' frequent. Irrttajir: 1

.. I the big America surgeons, says a poisons used for 'suicidal purposes Is Advertisements are liwertod unJor thin , at the rate o .S.C.ats_

I Cnntenillnt'VcrnwtU'lfpr felth vfalrH .*.. Oll'c'ft 'i -.nter Ip.. tbe New York Telegraph carbolic: eld. 'and .a mc-t' agonizing V per line each lim'rtlon.,, :

.. and because of regular attendance for deatoT could not -sclected., Why sVf .
for all delivered unto the B.!oU.?-Jude: ..
..' ._L_:- -- years at some of the most famous clinic any one should select this poison 'It ,inbirdVto 1 ? .

.r .: in this and other cities I have been understand unless op account }FOR SAI/K 'I V MISCELLANEOUS
i J '. I witness of their unadvertised charities pf the. fact: that it la cheap and easily I

_ ,:: ,i: \ ,,; .. VAN' ;,STEPHENS, "Pattor. : 4 acts of mercy and klndoeaa which obtainable: V ,This' fonxr"'of poisoning : E. _M. J f... AUTOMOBILE ,Hun 3-100( ) .WAIJJoJ. ,' the tuner Orlando. -

-1 'f Ct W/DANN Clerk. C. F. BRYAN Treasurer. were never beard of outsIde the walls can usually be1 easily recognized by miles, looks lilt OB new one anil' ru**' FOR fresh: fish, phone; the Rull Baa*

...' :' DEACON.d.: A<' Carson, C. J. Woodall, N. C. Bryan. of tbe hospitals they bonorb1'tbelr', the" odor.* which In' well known and better:, has lop, .windshield, speedo-'I' Market.,, No. 18'J. _. ll -tfcfcr

4 .-... J, W.',Wfkfer.' J. M..Willsonf Jr., Joe'JerToWd M. .. service V V .biLlie whtfe' burns '(,r marks on the meter, eight-day cluck chimes horn H. N: 'BKATTON to drive .
I .t' J. Hicks: A.$. Gilbert J. M.IJaneUW.flJineL; metal tool-box :extra shot-a, one your
I knew wealthy man whose daughter lips ajid< mouth which are typical. pf JLrte2h Wl"lrs! .. 4S-tf
Will ia for !
eir \( ,_
",. extra :
carbolic acid ,
.. -==' VV was suddenly stricken and .ivbose poisoning.Send
_ : V life saved by'the V attending fAr the nearest physician. and town property: Addrllall., f.... M. Jo",', FO It;,dressed poultry, phone the Rull

1; ;. "ORDER OF SEttVICE-APJUL. : ., 30. 191t geon.was ills fee was $25.OOO. Straightway sur. In tbe meantime as carbolic acid kills Gotha,; ; }'I&: V 10-tf! : }Bass Market.. :!'lo. 189. -

. .I ... : :::::: e- -V--- the father emitted a wall"i quickly the first aid treatment must. FOR SALE-Sweet potato vin..lo'oW'1 SEASONABLE: fruits and vegetablesat
Fla. 17-ltp. '
1'1'IJ : : W. Carson Kissimmee
V "-... )1oLeNJN4-11- A .'It'. robbery." be said. Jbe: surgeon be prompt In order to get results. If I IKING"Qu Edick &.
V Prelude- iano and Cornets stood fl 'm. "-- I possible cause the patient to vomit by litY-ihO;;' for men at Cash I jobbing and repairing,

Doxology and'-lnvocation.: "Your daughter's life la worth $23.- giving an emetic, such as Ipecac or Store. 1-tf : paper; hanging. D. B. Ct'lkiflaAJ.V

1' .t i Hymn 24-"O Day'of Rest .and V V -- -----4.-
Lesson. -
Scripture 4. no>> denial I pint of w.arn.a.ter.: . This, however II. FlemingforparTiculars. "
ppcesSee or write MUTTON) fresh fat ahd fine
"X. at the
Prayer; frequently falls work account '
\ }Yell. this fee means that 1 can on 40 tf
Offertory 39S- "A Clos ivWalk-with God. : VV operate of tbe Irritated condition of tbe mucous null BUll.'Market, phone 189. _Jj-tf
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on fifty without
t SermonSubject : \"Ire' ling with God, persons any. FOR HONEST square One
charge and If ,"oU'doD't like It ,.ocal.tol'tleme | membrane ef the stomach per ; strands ,
V Invitation 379-:"Hiding in e. 1 kinds of real estate, call on -or write
fir"75. Kissfmmee Lumber Co.
ot -29-tf
the best chemical antidotes ,1s
I V to sue but I. will It ; c.p- ,
: get W It.: Farmer Box 322. \6-tf -
VV without sUItryou "Will stand a lot solo salt In solution.' Another-obd .'ott-'typ-writing. c 11 on Miss Imo

. .' t\-IINU-7,15 V .. of publ crlty'" : chemical antidote Is aieonol; tlie, .only I FOR bargains;;; resident J property, Morrow, cor. .Mabctte "U ajid Ver. '

1 V 4 Song Service Ahd be got the money without recourse I trouble with, this remedy teltig that I truck Unds and orange groves call on _npn ave.\ 18-21 !

i V "160- "Come, UolySpiriL" "V to a court of lav- V I jit cannot be given In a pure form. It I H.; M. Breakl"r. Kmsimmee. ,Kla. 4-tt '. '
V 442- "Bringing in tho.-Sheaves. I bas to be diluted with water and V SHAN 1HARGEK, Orlando for bicycles 1
V, \L ... V V 397- "'Whiter Than Snow." VV It Is safe to mark It down wb..n10U that loses Its FOR SALE-One Florida raised Tony.Jl. . and sundries. 25/ wheels from.$6.50 '

V Scripture Lesson. see a story: of some great surgeon Just reason" eftVacy. !!. ,Fleming. 51.If up to $19 for new. 12-7tp l : 1
| alcohol _
V V counteracts
exactly why
.; "
\ Me Saviour. who has charged a high fee that there
Song 378- "Lead before
V V the effort of carbolic acid is" nOt SEE King Quality shoes\ buying CARPENTER JailING and repairing r
are many of his patients enjoying '.
Prayer. 1-tf
Cash Store.
\ \ '. V -' and known but -it. for Instance carbolic . Good! work. See James; Church St. \
4 health relief
V Offertory435-"ArIinitbfl. : good from pain because I
.i V V Sermon -Subject.: "Notable Conversions V be charged< them nothing at all. j acid is splashed< on the bands and< they WIND MIL. -60 feet steel. tower, bear ,Main St.__ 45-tf.; I f r.

_ \ V .i- ; V ((1)) The Pentecostans. V .. _.. 1 are at once Immersed in .bsolnte'alco- tank and pump, nil for $:m. .1.. M. ERNEST 1... GREEN: SIGN. WRITER V

V Invitation 4.rj6 "We'll Work. V '" I bol there will be no resulting: tJllt'Il.j .- Willsdn, Jr. IH-tf, i Sign, Auto Carnage Painting. Iguarantee

I .' .- THE CLANRICARDE PLAQUE. {j Dr. n. M. tlarfung V In National Slagazlne. FOR* SALE 'Parlor suits of four'plecea. all work. Let me. figure' V ,

with you on that job. P. O. Box!
I KM I HKHVIfKM OK THK WKKK typewriter and foot rest.
: AFamous Spaeiman of the Sixt..nth l.'J": Kissimmee ,Fla. 16-tf
Mrw. M. E. Edick. Verona st. and _
i : Sunday Bible' School,. 9:45: A. M Preaching, 11 A. j Century Goldsmith's Art! ,- ROUTED THE SINGER. 'I Orlando ave. l$-.It'rllI ROCERIES.; We carry a full line of. ". I

M. and 7:15: P. M. I One'tf the greatest clnquecento Jew.: I groceries and our stock is always

Communlon-Se'onr1 Sunday. I cia In UJtv.worM Is tbe Clanrlcarde Toatl't Encounter With a Persietent I SEVERAL GOOD WINDMILL!: > outfit fr..t Monday- (after third Sunday'oman) Missionary t >d Lord Clanrlcarde I to sell. Mill. tower, pump tank, O'Brien. I 15-tf
plaque. own by ,
? Union-IJl"votlon. 3 3 I'. M. V I II I and P.pp.ry Qtrangar. everything complete S II. HulloRk.2tf. i
; Wednesday- (after first Sunday) Woman's,, .n.. ."- who Is known a "hermit |iw'er" and : "Tostl used 'to teU an amusing little 'I' ANYONE anywhere can start a mail
Union-S'ial. 3 to 5 I P. M. who claims dlrectx arv story'- persistence says onler business at home. No canvass
Thursday-Prayer Meeting 7l:IS I'. M. II kings of Connuught. Nile guards with Harold Simpson In bin book. "A Century 1 I WE have many orange proves, truck 1111{. Be your,own boss. Send for free !

_ V 4 Friday-B Y. 1'. U. 7O!: P M V I jealous care this precious example of of EnglIsh' liallnds It was durIng farms, and colonization property, forsale booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144,

tbe goldsmith's art, keeping It' sate of hit busiest with at bargain; prices.Vr' strive 10pleWt Lockport| N. Y.
V -- ---- >. Come and cci' UN, or wrfcte, ._ _,_ __
from ossiL ] thieves and the
V > > common
i e a long Hit of singing tensoris to l>c /got what wunt. Nelson: >
explaining IF y(}tJ
1 STRANGERS ELCOE0 ALL! SERVICES. gaze In a bunk \ault, to which he >I.- you WANT SClUENS Osceola
Vi through, that n knock mine at tbe I Realty Co. I IH-tf Lumber, Co Thy make them I
;, t. 'I goes occasionally with great secrecyto door of Tostl's. haL Ills ralet was 111. BI7C and,kind you want and make them

444.44wt feast his eyes llK| >u Its nuwilurence; and so Town. went to tbe door himself I! IF YOU WANT! furnihhefl rooms for to I lit!. (;'live thernatrial.I 7-stf
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j bj be I' ._
Some roynl request -
years ago A lady a Mran-cer 10 him. stood! op light! housekeepingwrite! or mil on \I
- lent It to an art exhibition. In London, tbe W. II. Fwrmer. the squart' ,ill'al<'r in AN intelligent' person may earn $JOO) ,
I-! _ _ _ _ threshold I I
'" where ll was a.llllircl81)t/ ( coveted liT "SlfCDor Tn''tlw she lniiilrod] all kinds of city or countrproperU monthly .corresponding for newspapers. ,
Box :H2J ]ll 1-1; tfPINEDA1.K N, '. Send for
some of the greatest connolsHeiirs ofEurope canvassing: par- r
'Tost I I towed]
.ticul.irB, Pr..t B 224.r
'I 1 : 1 I ,,11"for Syndic-ate, ,
I Local Overflow 'ObsaId the 111.1 lv. nm singing Thilogical! : I Ix>ckort|) N.Y.
The j N as ili-lli atefy I Riiharhiin ) .
: hu.p.'lJ.k: your ""!Ill. "Mj; MeiimrU' nt Man iotnu'e. TheUK' ...going
of the Coat of Arm. of the Earl
V Origin wrou 1:111 us a' I.ld..r'.h, n repro cheitlor'tonlklit..* nnd I want you to. fast. Thin Hilditinn, i i t adjoins. the, cjt> KOK EXCHANGE(; ,; Excellent\ Truck"b"
of L.init.r.Most souTs thc figure of ",'r..tll". wU-ldlnd limits'Hiiii! it laid out t I in .",iacr traits,
Land Artexmn Belt '
with nie' I
V Mr. C. C. Allen of St. retersburff i iJj ill kindly run through/ it I rig in I, convenient .
spendihg the week in the city, taking of the wild animals have a a diamond h\tyrdv The svord Made indll\lle.II\I.\.r.1. l Tosti 1 polltrly, I just rijhl for growing: a'jj ,tic glow: I to Ink., and! town. > will tuarant fine .:
beautiful place In heraldry and many strange; Is of II inniK of ix-rft-ctly handling dl ck'no. and II'rowi,1I: : truck 11.\10 jog wi-ll. same that land
LI views of some of the sights comKM'd( but finfily 'I 1 fear It I'. 11II.solbl.) 1htf I ) u price
I. and handsome buildings .for a p"5l card and< Impossible rrouturcs such ns grlf. Dintih'Ml itt eel while Itoiu". nnd I a 'KIII two |1tiit| tU with nip now, and n nil when* fit.advantage. can l IN' ',arc, ...- linif for. or. city property fur
i fjin..d.l'I'''(,, Reafty < <>. I Ih-tf .
V firm. Mr. Allen was a resident of Kis- tins dragons and. unicorns hn\e (toonInvented I>erb blue tllnmond HI lullllntes t I from third It* waiting 1w the nnteroom.. while t -: . : automobile W, are long) on proJlt'r'I'
simmee times by and was much I ns emblem of .daring and I v = ty >an<] short on cash will give someone
in gone the hilt TIle owner ,
.prcM-nt others will! shortly l'e arriving' IF YOU WANT: SCIKKNS: ; ".-. () '{ .'(,!aLumber ...."lor d I'al, I for
at the our city has I valor, Hut the-donkey ami. Ibe nion n ; good machine.
surprised progress from liii inutbcr who win a )Iiss nlUlt" '
IHul 1he ladv iivrslxted (Co. Thcmake them
L made. He he "ecs no reason why key bjive not bot-n used in j"'" l any Nelson KialtJ (('o. Kismmmee I$.tl .
says BO except to the ,
I II' Conning before her innTrlnge "'I am, surrv'tCnn Tosjr jignln size and kind you want and make them - \
4 it BhouHjp4A4 e the larg st inland city one Instance where the monkey hat Irish lord. and 1 the pln<|tie Is. prnctlcalhpriceless latent I to fit. (Jive them a trIal. 7-tf .'
when hn Kiiddejily received a "MOXIE;, health ,
: i; in Florida within the next two years I : our new drink is ft \
: ::It : been ndmltte l to tile| ranks or 111",1'nolIlry Aside from Its. xsliif to cot lilukwnrd and the lady walked Fine splendid tonic, an. well
push FOR SALE little home in Eureka : ) spring! as w :,
J' The journeymen: plumbers of the \ Tbe srory of this adoption lectors and Its north as n M"P<'!IIIPII 'if Into life studioTiwtl V addition just. outside oT city limits pleasing' : ami. ....Ii"lyinj(!' brveraRo. I

.; South Florida district: comprising the Is told bvIr.. Curtis In lilt book rare and eiiiulslte art It I N Im'rusted ., fi'towe4.} .protesting.After alone on high nice land surrounded by \\\. also ..,'n',' all the oilier popular"

V. V V cities of Kissimmee. Orlando' Sanford "One Irish l; Summer" with n .torluo,, III Jewels.-:New' *'orl> argument, which thrMMenod/ .[ to pretty young pines 20 to 30 feet big)>. drinks imd ice cream Edick & -

: : DeLand and Daytona, will meet in regular On the IjplntUT. coat of arms nre, Press V become hcnted.'the* l lidy| snapped. out ,, iwautifiil new of the lake, di'hghtfulhreeres ) O'Brien l 'lf.

I ( quarterly session in this city on'I three monkeys standing; nlili. plnln! 1 shan't' ROIIP.then" ; everjtlungnew and nice i Y
1 the first Sunday in May when matters collar and chained l; "m"lM. ""'r'im u j i "Clipping Sunday." \'pry'well jour V healthful location good stirrouixlineH I'AKK (lAKIEN; !: where )OU get the ;

t .V of importance to their trade will be ,I boo" "To Victory; ," Tills. l I.t t the ..r"l i I At Palnswk k. In Glou(",'M(>r< hlre. the I 'Jlndame.;: said, Inklflc her- by Urge plat of land running; acrohn tine flowing' wells where you can f .,.
V' considered. There will be forty I II line
nearly the front. Sick grow more vegetables at less
Vntrre tock.. east
l[ coat of nrrus I am told that IIM: e.r j foll wlng Sept 8 It cnllod "by '
I IH i Hunday < ; b'nnd obliged t* V
I ;i in attendance. and it is understood that the 'I 1 am Infinitely pwson could hardly keep from sret- cool than unv place else in t lila partof I
the local plumbers will give the visitors borne a monkey In the design It" ,'i- ]I the curious name of "Clipping/ Sun you' V ting well ao restful and pretty. Nelson Florida, rich: alluvial, ilevp black

!'. such a time as only Kissimmeeites ,:I adopted 1 by John ritzthomis I'ltzceraid I day" Dad connected with a quaint cui "TIl% lady save one look I nt him and Realty Co. 19-tf ,soil tine lake front, and otherwise "

V know how to thoroughly do. In 1316 for romantic reaHoiio jl torn. In the churchyard. are nlnely- fled". faxorablj located. One season's" jaimous .)

--- .- I While this Earl of Ix.-Inster wits an DIne yew trees and tradition says that _ _ _ _ : PIT GAMES Forty h.-ns at $1 Ml each ", cropping; of thin land should .

Infant he was In the 'A..lle of Wyml all attempts to complete the hundredby Wh.n Are Quiet I two cocks. $o,CHI each; two stags: pay a dividend above rout of the
f New Zealand's G cl.rL stock which is now owned. by the planting another yew hate failed Wilson lawyer. who $2JiO each. E. R. Bagby, .Gotha land.- Nelson Realty Co. 18tfK00MS
One George a
The size of the glaciers around< -
great Florida. 6-tf
? Duke of Marlborough. Tbe castleI dies. .,.. -
I becomes the newcomer | of which
In -
had much sonic i -' -
V V,' been Mount often Cook.remarked.In .New, The Zealand Tasman, bas:!,is I| caught fire. In the confusion child Every'year beforeIhe feast of the 1! be was r..el"ROnaUInterC'llJed* : ,as'a' party I FOR SALE-r-T-room house '(eottagewith ) )() ( AND ISOAItl{ ) ..

V ', miles long the Murcblson 'wa './forgotten, and when tbe tanIII ." Nativity of Our Lady-Sept: 8-then*.j or *. ft trat..e.. finally paused away. beautiful porch house surround '

4 V eighteen tbe I and servants, remembered lilm and mystic yews are clipped and the Sunj j. and a tlbi.rt funeral sermon was de- ed by nice large/ bearing orange trees; '. ROOMS ,TO JtENT-Eifher single or
miles; the Godley eight miles
'arted found the becomes I 23 id' bearing others into ; suitable for- light house
search nur
a they 10" tbe octave" thus coming
/ day I ofthe bar In the
llvered member
< Mueller miles and the Hooker b.Y.a to Mra . ....
eight keeping. A.
I bear.i tree in front .. .ASimp: -
n large palm
i' 'I scry In rnlns. But on' one of tbe towers "Clipping .8un 1 .. \ even miles. Most of these glaciers' presence of a few lot to build son'. :3-tf
plenty room
large another
1tPt' of the
was a gigantic ape ( there Is a procession parishioners old had
have moraines of exceeding< rouch-I' The lawyef.told\ bow tile man house on pr..miM..s. Can !h.

nees, but the approaches to tbelJl"are family, carefully holding the young I around the churchyard nnd then all been abutted and mall tJ(.>d"hut that in I bought at a low price... hes-nles' bring WAXTKH
earl In his The animal with
round the
V : not Bteep. as Is usually tbe ca)e with arms\\ Join hands and form a ring fact he had helped the poor and Unfortunate a delightful home close to the. center

V European glaciers. Tbe 'southern. extraordinary Intelligence/ had crnwiod I. I church Finally they gather at tbe often and was not a bad I of town. Nelson Realty Co. 18-tf WANTED!: MIMI: ( or $400( for a ,r>-year

Alpine snow line is only B little over I II ITOOO I through tbe smoke n-H'-uod th foot of a flight of steps leading to the man. i mortgage on a f>-acre truck farm. '

I feet. Glacially polished< rocks :: baby and carried It to the top of tin- I chancel door. from which a sermon Is :( On returning from tbe services au I 1 F Lumber YOU WANT Co. SCREENS make see them OscFola with house ,unil !flowing well and 2
V tower. They any
Chronicle. acres fenced with I
I'reacbed.-London another law growing
;' are rare and In manyxways tbe mountains old lawyer was asked by and kind l want and make them crops.
I size you
When the earl hod grown to man Carl U. Schmitt, CIty. 17-H
t V are singularly different from I: yer about tbe services nnd what was I to fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf
hood he of
discarded tbe family coal
t those of central Europe i, 1 City of Three Kings. said. The old lawyer replied "For WANT ED A number ot "un'j{' cows
arms and adopted the monkeys for FOR SALE'Fine Itot
NN. Vkw Do you know what city has been once old George could not file a demurrer corner 75x95 and heifers. State what you have .-,
V ., his crest and tbe have been retalnmito feet close to the depot just the
given the name of the City of Three or motion to any of tbe pro I and price. New: Eden Plantation Co.
: 'N. A .Natural Mi.take. this dav Wherever find the place for a good: rooming house,
you "
V "fNyasju.t telling our friend here tomb of a Fitzgerald you will see the Kings? It Is Cologne. In Germany. ceedlngs/ which bad taken place : handy to all the churches and, High box :H$. KiHHimmee, Fla 16-tf
i and tbe reason Is that it la'tn Cologne; i The lawyer who made the Inqulrj I School location for residence
MoUy. bat It was storming on tbe pretty a' WANTED Large
: )( monkeys at the feet of the efflgy orunder4he tract of Jand in
: that the three "kings." or "mal>1, os repiled.S'elt.! I thin must I lx thc first or business lot. Come let us either
: .: day ot oor marriage. << Inscription. Lake Orange. Polk or Osceola ;
who went to Bethlehemto 'did not move for arrest show Nelson Co. 18-tf
"wise Realty
: men. time George you.
". counties with
'lot. ., V Surely as!. n Irani! The weather good transportation
..w.. perfoctlyNpolyr' I offer gifts to the Infant Jesus are I of Jndg 'l"ot.-Gr..n Bag. facilities, for colonization purposes.

:I V "Well. well! don't know bow I I SPENDTHRIFT ISABELLA.A supposed to be burled. According toaD FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and Address Roclar, care Valley Gazette.
ancient !legend, their bones were Acrobat. grapefruit grove about three miles 13-tf -
3 jot BO mixed< up bout it; probably: i I | Wagner aa an from KisBimmee on railroad. Will '
Sight That Ch.clc.d H.r Royal Extravagance brought from Milan to Cologne by the j Ferdinand Rraeirer related an Incident WANTED-Refined
V because Ira been storming ever aLncerAtlanta I .. sell at a bargain. Address W. II. couples or gentlemen -
In i
Constitution." i For whil.. Emperor Frederick Barbarossa i or.ltdt Wagner at his Swiss Arnold, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf for several nicely furnished z

; i We are accustomed t. think thAt the 1102 and presented< to the archbishop H homo The two men sat one morning rooms, with bath; the best meals the,
i/,, \, day Is long past wben a sovereign: of Cologne. Visitors to the cathedral I j on an ottoman in tbe drawing room FOR SALE.-4p acres of land close to market can afford. Corner Main and
A FishStory,. \ shown tbb supposed souls of the I railway ''station half a quarter of a Pacific street. '
could oppress and offend a whole kingdom / are talking over the events of the J'< V "There are as good fish In tTkqsea an' and Inscribed mile from school and church. 4 miles '
studded with diamonds : '
magi. who sixty
by personal extravagance. But was
taken of It reih.rked Suddenly Wagner from Kisaimnree, good house I I-;
were ever oyt In
with tbe wise men's names FOR liEN III'
his bead
Small to Young who had been retRed tbe late Isabella qf Spain belonged Inspirit years old. rose and stood on V splendid land some excellent trucking
to the sixteenth century An In. ruble-St. James' Gazette. upon the ottoman. At that moment land and very fine citrus fruit

JeTV \ by Moneybag's daughter. cldent ot: her reckless career-which . Wagner's wife entered. Her surprise, land Owner has more land than'he '| DWELLINGS: for rent, apply to M. Til- I'
"Yes. I know. But they are nogoldfish. 'Icr. .
1i V i" ." \ ended In the loss of tbe not- H.r Correction.Two and alarm caused her to run to her can manage two large farms tie- II'

; in Munsey's Magazine. young women wero talking husband exclaiming "All, Richard Bides this one, and will sell to you at FOR RENT A suite of rooms, corner r

he spent money pouring It out like over their restaurant luncheon the Richard:" Quickly! : recovering himself, a bargain, and give you time to pay Main and Oak streets Mrs. E. D. '>.

wafer, at a time when tbe treasurywas other day "about tbe quality of a certain he assured bectaat' he was sane andwlsbc4lUf'sbow for part'of it if necessary. Nelson l Plummer. 11-tf

nearly bankrupt and when the prima donna's voice. that he could stand Realty Co.. .. 18-tf -
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& READ THIS ,.proTeruV "Poor na n Spaniard" was "Oh. she can sing." cried one of jMt'fcl" bead at sixty l which was more FOR SALE -Bearing Orange; Grove. ---.

; ; far too true. All her best advisers them enthusiastically "Sbo certainlycap than Ferdinand could do. 700 trees 80 acres, 14 acres fenced, 1 *A:.

V urged her to practice economy. Very sing. Music' like that would coax hammock, pine, marsh and prairie The 1r'
sfew of them\ucceeded< and these only Apollo from his.! lyre." A Hiccough Cu..... land cottage and packing? house. I Grower %

IT MAY BE WHAT for a short tluit . The other girl flushed and looked< correspondent writes to us to tbe Next year's crop estimated! at 6,000 0;: < 1
: ,_ YOU WANT ] hers she A boxes. Cash or terms. Address, For t kcrititnfl.. fniit irrnMern For I *.T I
A certain cbnn berlaln of
I ._ once troubled.< After' a slight pause effect that he bas found banging by: Owner. Box345, Kia imml"e. Fla. 48-tf I folks s Im uanl. to know alxMit KlorI'U 4'%
4p - V -V = bit upon a plan to make her realize spoke In gentle reproof."I the hands with the legs clear of the . U ...'kl). Si I 1.I XI pur ...r; month.
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Do ever have Chills l 1).2!: 4 Fever or
I I : you II how enormous were\he sums that she don't want to cbrrect you, dear. ground' the hands well apart and the FOR SALE-40 acres, less than two U .lll>H<'rlptl> <>ll SiuppT. Bright.. Clean
toad Do
coldMt feel
V you ever an tf was spending Passim g through the, she said "But don't you think that breath held for any fifteen second, an miles from Kissimmee, 4-rootn house,

V k you desire were tired and worn 0.1t. with I hall of the palace. sheXvas surprised word usually pronounced Mnlr?' It Infallible cure for hiccoughs. With three good bearing orange trees, THE FLORIDA "iROwRM. I .i'
no to eat, with paint la
back and ahonldern, a heaaache your, to see a vast I henp ot silver pieces, re Is spelled, lair you know"-rbiladelphla children, hpld them up off the ground some yery t fine land for fruit and I NOO Florida Vvetlue< Tampa, Ma
(to aembllng the contents of aXgrent bin farming. Owner has too much t.odo
r and a bad taste In your mouth when Ix>dger. by both bauds. Our correspondent "
of n heat but piled up In tUK ujUldU' he bas found this to look after this, and says "Sell.
you get: up in the morning; If you I states that never Nelson Realty Co. 18-tf
do you have got Malaria, and the of the floor The queen anrnmonNtd her Diimteraated Aff.ction. method to fall.-Ixmdon Globe. J .
I t mall Kum of 25 cents, will buy you 'I cbamberlnln N FOR SALE- -10 acres quarter mile ..... .A..... .... .....A.. .... .&
V r .Immediate relief. The name of "What in the meaning of all th "I'm afrsld. Edward you're marrying from above, 1-room house, small r. r .

this rmedyisFRANKLIN'S: !I money ?" she demanded of blm me only because I've Inherited Prosaic. stables, 20) acres fenced and in cultivation TILLER ..,
*rom my unclf 100.OOO crowns" They began their honeymoon trip in an acre or more of bearing I

44 TONICTHE "Oh," be replied, with a low bow X\Vhj. ninnohe. how can you think the day: coach. oranges, 20 acres of pine timber 2

"this Is merely the amount which I thnVof me? Your uncle Is nothing "Darling," bo murmured< "I can see miles from city limits. Owner lives Real Estate Agency. : :
V have brought out to pay the bill of Oregon and wants to sell. Do "
OUARANTKBD REMEDY: me. T. would marry you no matter the conls of love In your eyes. you :
FOR I tafltflWSttSSflfln.._._ .- ]
majesty's glovenoakcr to 7 Come let tw,4'
I your from whom Inherited< the money." "Them ain't coals, Jonathan" she want buy us show you. : :
: CHILLS. FEYE la6RIPPE AND MALARIA Tbe colored and then laughed you Can locate several neighbors close
V queen -Der Flo said "thenrlj cinders."-St Paul Pioneer ; I. 4 Fealty bought and sold ..
f = = =--_ -=V_.=--c.=.. and for several ,months she was less ; together in this neighborhood. Nelson 4
'* Take Ibis to your dr.aalat:l and get extravagant In [her vxpendltuies. for Press. Realty Co. 18 I tf i I tII Houses rented. .tyi
fr ...tu.. It la s"*''*****'' <<. So V..o Hood Taxes paid and Titles '
Tha Faultfindara.Mention FOR SALE-20( : verified k
clothes. less
V Take .o "ilia. calomel or a., other MerilMaka 1. acres than two .f
I t ... as tll. satsoti 5k. ii.r. II will V ban been njade of a person Changed Impreeslona. miles of town, adjoining above I J i for non-residents. '

t 4, t't Iorul you.i'Y all faal drgglsII Ilka a new.4'iaaa.CoNsify Try.I:. who even Ip heavehv would complainthat "WTiat has become of that man, who places, 4-room house, over half in ,: Fire. Life and Accident In- t
4 I. cfcaat. .Ifyoardaalar do. keep It, orlla Our Fisheries. his cloud was damp and his balo talked bard times so cultivation, good well and, oilier. im I surance.fl ,
,+ .. The Oahlng Industry of the United a snt.-William WI "Oh, we won't 'hear any more of provements. A valuable place for ,

( . .T. FranklinRemedy Co.' States Is valued ot more than that of that from him" replied Mr. Dustin splendid little farm. Nelson Realty I Indemnity Bonds. -Jt. j

V f- ; e Jackaoavllla. Florida 18--41 any other countrj. Who serves hl\ country wetKbas no tax. "(Ie', ot.: the other side of the Co. 18-tf ir..ftf fifVjit, .... "U' 'V'"' "

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