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: May 5, 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: VID00488
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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: (UOMf'TO[ COM( HEREfgrovided laid one week before Easter Sunday, > the state's beet declaimer and so deerrooted :- WILL
already dyed, and decorated with abroad N. i II'i the faith our people have in REPAIR OLD JAIL.

band. 4*' Osceola High School that they-koew it (
It wpuld be Impossible] to describe In would carry off the Tionof in ,the spell- ,
We Use Our Best Efforts detail the many and beautiful\ exhibit, 4 ing match: at Tallahassee. County
; as spacewill not allow. They must be I Miss J-ean Thomas, the young lady! Commissioners Rescind Their

to Have the Pending Measure I seen to be appreciated.The who won the first prize of one hundred: former Action to Build New
.!ladies were gratified and pleasedat dollars and the. a ;
JUolloway/ gold medal in
t U. S. Senate. '
is Passed by
finding so many things of interest in / ul I this contest. :, is the youngest daughterof Jail and erifrs'llome.
felt much M
h have
e Klssimroee.and very a 10 .Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thomas who
p encouraged at the liberal patronage of I live .'
on Main street
upper and
f Reference to the columns of theftVMfey
By Gazette ot Jast week it will be our Citizens.Owing the commencement. exercises /, MVMMISS her sixteenth year. She moved .' Neverbefore !lif the history of KUsimmee 5

I seen that a bill is now pendin'n, the W will beXclosed until here with her parents from Pittsburg, has our people been mora con
the t Pa., in January, 1910 in which she cerned or taken a
t locate national solEfdier city
fill. S. Senate to a 9tft when the
Tuesday evening.May had been oil In a question than
a student
This the High School. they did Inthe decision
and sailors tic..Ie in Florida.
.'' 11dea*fqund life in Kissimajee, and the doors will be again open entertainmentwill to the public. r Her. parent placed her in our school or; the County Commissioner to .,...:.
the' evening,
During Immediately upon. their arrival here build a'new jail and sheriff'
01 residence
[ following correspondence will show to ;] th< form of ]illustrative \ ,
"a' be provided\ which she has ] especially was this the
I L-Senator---C.rA. Carson regularly attended being case with the
songs in apnVoijtiate costumes.At a student in the Board of Trade
tenth grade, and has and the Village Improvement '
(chairman of the special committee appointed future date thdlladies of the 1
j | byithe Board of Trade to han- Hart. Memorial Chapter hope to have'an the proved school's one l history rlShewascregarded ganizations Society-exerted, both their of which effort'of. d
H.dle< this matter, is working to have the and art every
| home located midway between this city exhibition as one of the best spellers in this -to prevent the jail being built\ in either
products.. school of six hundred the residence business
), and St. Cloud, -- a -pupils therefore section of the
1 it
We ask all old soldiers in northern was little surprise when she won the city.The '
and western--states and al'l!') G. A. R. UNION OF HEARTS right to repretent Osceola High School Board of Trade appointed a com
Posts who learn of this plan to use in the state contest and still less sur- mittee to ascertain the wishes of the
may .
-j their.influence with their Senators and prise when the news reached here that people In the matter, and after much '

.Congressmen to vote for the bill providing Between Mr. E. L. D/' Overstreet and she had carried off first honor. In the labor the committee reported that the
site of the
'1 for the building, of this home preliminary contest in this school Miss present city'calaboose met
midway between Kissimmee and St. Mrs. E. M. Christie.One Thomas did not miss a single word with more tailor than any other place
Cloud. This is the logical place for it, given her to spell, and those who at- that had been recommended, and that
as more old soldiers are living in this of the happiest marriages that tended the contest at Tallahassee state report was sent up to' the Commissioners -
vicinity than in other one section ever occurred in Kissimmee took placeon that no sooner was the word given her i at their meeting: on Monday. Also y
M' of the South. Every state in the Un. Monday night, May 1st, when Mr. than: she spelled it correctly without 1 the Village Improvement Society presented t'
is representcM either in Kissimmee B. I L. I). Overstreet was joined in holy the least hesitancy. a petition to the Commissioners +
or ion St. Cloud by a Federal soldier or I wedlock to Mrs. E. M Christie at the During her stay in Tallahassee Miss asking that the jail be not built in the
., sailor of the Civil War: and they without I home of the bride in the southern partof Thomas was the guest of Mills Virginia residence section.
exception declare this to be the the city Rev. Bunyan Stephens per- Tiller at the State College for Women The idea had gotten abroad that the a

place of all places in America for the forming the ceremony: and every attention possible,was shown Commissioners intended building the
aged and decrepit to pass their declining The bride came to Kissimmee from her by that young lady and the sttTdMits jail in the court house yard, and as it
in and contentment.The Conway Springs, Kan., a little over a and faculty generally. Since her arrival has been the dregm of the people\ of x

years latest,peace correspondence onlhesub-. year ago and in that short time has : home on Sunday morning,,she has Kissimmee for years that- the grounds -
follows. made many warm friends, as she possesses JEAN THOMAS been. the recipient of much praise and] surrounding the court house would f
a personality' that attracts all attention from all our people for nail- some day be converted Into'a park,
with whom she comes in contact.Mr. ing the banner of Kissimmee at the 'they naturally resented the idea in the
United States Senate Ov.T treet is one of the best HOLLOWAY GOLD MEDU: IN Till> STATE SPELLING masthead. most vehement manner. .

Washington D. C., May 1. 1911.! known men in Osceola county, having CONTEST AT, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.. APRIL" 27TH, 191T. The Times-Union in speaking of this After listening to arguments from
Honorable C. A. Carson KisRimmee, served hiH people. in the offloe of countytax contest has the following to say : the committee appointed by the Board
Florida. collector member of the House ot "The result of the spelling match i i of Trade and the reading of the peti +

Dear Sir: Replying to your letter of Representatives and is now a memberof held jn Tallahassee a few days ago. tion from the Village Improvement Society
April 24th, concerning a bill introduced I ibe Hoard of (jaunty Commissioners. was most interesting. Thirty-three a resolution WM introduced and t
by Senator FleUhf-r providing for aC" ]He 1 has lived in this community for counties were represented by worthy i panned by the Commissioners rescinding .

{ home for indigent: soldiers and sailors, many veers. and' 'iH one of the county's champions, each one of whom had won : their former action to build a new
II. to be located in the State of Florida, I leadiUfe fmnncH'rs! at well as owner of his or her right to enter through defeating -I,;1 jail, and authorizing the repairing of i,
.. I''';.::4b..g to inform you that 1 have taken a large herd of ("althand an (extensive all comers in the county com- the old one so as to make it sanitary as
up with Senator Fletcher your suggestion farm. There it no movement ever Inaugurated Miss tfectn Thomas Is petition. There were three prizes in well as to provide proper accommodations -
:d that the hi l i I introduced l he amended for the advancement of Osceola money, and several medals. and special for the'eexee and toe prooer officers
.j by inserting in it a definite location count y but what lie is among the prizes, and the winners in each instancehad I were instructed to proceed along .,
as nearly as practicable at'a point mid- foremost in its. advocacy, anti spares I to show a knowledge of the dictionary -!i those lines at once.
,' way between KisBimmee nnd St. Cloud. neither t time nor money to make it a the UShanpion Speller that would have pleased old 1 This action kills the hope of our peo t
Senator Fletcher informs me that he success. I In all matters that come before man Webster himself. ,Jean Thomas pIe that these beautiful grounds would i
11, will not oppose the amendment' and the Commissioners his views are the charming young champion of Osce- 1 be made into a ,park, where the chili i
that the bill was drawn in !general forcibly .'expressed, and it i iK seldom ola county hailing from Kissimmee i dren could play unmolested and in per-
I terms because such has been the cus (hey are not accepted for he is- considered captured the first prize, which was i feet safely; we must now turn to other
tom in relation to bills of similar char I one of the soundest men that Kissimmce, Like In All Things Else, Leads the $100 in gold; Russell Dixon, a boy this places and devise other'means to secure
\ acter. ever held membership on that Board. time, whose home is In Palatka Put- land where we can 'all meet on a
,I If you will indicate to me the location The happy couple have been the recipients State With the Champion Speller. and the nam county, secured the second prizeof I common ground and where our chil "

. selected or agreed upon between of the most hearty congratulations : Champion Declaimer. $50, and. Ethel Allen an attractive dren can pray In' the open and get the
the towns of Kissimmee and St. Cloud from all our people) for a peaceful I young lady bf Leon county residing at I benefit of the beautiful and balmy
I will have it incorporated In the happy and prosperous life They the capitaJ.!...cured the third prize of | breezes than ever blow' from off Lake
i amendment to Senator Fletcher's bill. will make their home on !Mr. Over- $25. Great Interest was! manifested in i i Tohopekaliga. Kiasimmee like many

Y Tf you are not in position to furnish street's farm and ranch at Shingle l Almost every school in the state gan making plans. The rules he laid the contest >nd' it is safe to say that other cities, failed to provide parks
s me this information the amendment looked forward to the 27th of April 'down were that preliminary contestswere the Florida'schools will turn out a better when it .orijtinally laid out or when
itself will necessarily be general with Creek.KISSIMMEE with the greatest anxiety and expectancy to be held in all the schools of the lot of "spe J, reference to the location in Osceola DAIRYBuys for on that day the con htal wouldbe state and the one who proved the best ever before The con e t well deservesto small cost, and now it will cost thousands
county. Yours very truly, decided in Tallahasseex-fisto who speller in each county would be entitled be made an annual occasion. I of dollars to provide park where J
14. 1'. Il ryan. would be entitled to wear the badge of to enter the state spelling match at a few years ago it would have cost

1 One Hundred Acres of Land "Champion Speller" of Florida and Tallahassee to be held on the. night,of MARSHA TISON j hundreds; but all our people recognize c
such studying .of books and I 27th. These the s
4 spelling April contests ranged necessity at least two. parka
t Kwsimmee, Fla., May D. C. From Mr. W. B. Makinson. dictionaries has never before 'been indulged 'over a period of from two to three I being }located In Kissimm e-one in the i f
Hon. N. I Washington,
P. Bryan '
in by public school pupils as has months, and almost every school used north and one in the south end-and i;
My of Dear "Colonel"let I think: Replying'it would besufficiently to That 14e'urs. Carson and Oliver, owners been done during the past three great exertion to brine some one of Its Resigns and Mr R. A. Snyder:Dected J I they will at once begin casting around

yours May definite, to insert the loca ofhe Kinsimmee Dairy, intend ,to months. Some time ago State Superintendent scholars up to the prize-winding mark. 1 to the-Position by Council -for means procure them;
sailor have>ne of the best' equipped and mostmodern \ I of Public Instruction Hollo- Osceola High School, located In this s < .
.. 'I, tion pf the indigent soldiers and dairies In the South was demonstrated way evolved the idea that the result city, has only once failed to win first When the City Council convenedtn ; C'tNt :
home follows "In
I" J "OsceolaCounty' : this week when they purchased would be worth ,the trouble if a prize in any contest it entered, last regular- session. Tuesday nightAJMr. CO [ ;

'loam 'the St. Cloud from Mr. W. B. Makinson one ing contest were entered into Spell-j year Miss Inez Carson, daughter oC;' Seth Tison presented his resignation* as ,
people -
" asking. intocommunication t9- hundred: \' 8 of }land lying alongside counties of the state, and at Senator and Mrs. C. A, Carson of this marshal of Kissimmee, and asked that'

. with immediately their former get Senators and I Representatives the hard road which leads to St. Cloud it be accepted, which was done with i Exercises Opened at"'the Osceola
and extending back to Lake Tohopekaliga much regret on the part of the mem '
and urge the support of this on which they are building a barn bers of that body, and/Mr. R. A. Sny- 'I .. High :Sdl ol.

Kissimmee 2Hxi( () feet a milk room 12x18 feet, anda der was elected to fill out the term, The }
five-room concrete bungalow the latter which expires on April I, 1912. commencement exercise' of the
1 liar action. to be the residence or Mr. Oliver, Mr. Tison was seen by a representative Osceofa High School opened at the Auditorium
It to that'll would be wiseto last
occurs me who manages! the dairy The contract, Mayor StanfordrsMessage. of the Gazette, and asked if he evening with at-recital by
bill and have
prepare a substitute the department of music k
which was. given to Mr. K. P.: Arthur, statement to make as to whatinduced nd0expre
the committee report it if possible as lion .,
calls for the completion of these buildings him to the of
the committee bill, rather than to un- resign position The large hall was filled to:overflow
in three weeks. marshal to which he '
dertake to amend the bill on the floor was recently ing with the: friends and
; of the
of the Senate.. This ground lies 'immediately east of The following message of Mayor II. C. Stanford to the City elected by a handsome school, who attested their patrons
the limits and is. 'most admirably Council before he replied "At the time I solicited I Interest and FI
I wish thank and Senator city : was read that body at its session Tuesday night: :
':y to you located for the use to which it will be the votes of the people of Kissimmee I I j approbation by liberal applause for
-d..f Fletcher very much on behalf of these our placed being only a few minutes drive To the Honorable City Council of the City of Kissimmee. for the office of marshal], I thoughtthat i I each number rendered.
y" for efforts along The exercises
(.' ', people your from the city and has an abundance of Gentlemen-I herewith present ,for your consideration a few. my business affairs were in such I. last evening demon-
lines. Yours strated
C.truly A. Garson. water for the stock. The barn will be recommendations that in my judgment, I if adopted wpuld; enhancethe shape that I could devote my entire !I both Miss Hardy who presides -'
. s kept as near sanitary as possible, and welfare of Kissimmee. Time to the duties of the /office, but I'I''Miss over the music department; and
. will have floors First-That the Council suitable laws resolutions look- I Plummer, the teacher in expres-
the milk room concrete pass or., have discovered that either my personal !j
/ CATTLE WILL'GOOff and double walls, and so constructed as : ing to the numbering of houses, the Council to make contract for interests or the 'interests of the cltV' don, are capable and thorough instruct.
: to permit of thorough cleaning every I. and furnish the numbers to householders at the same prices paid must suffer, and I could not afford for i ors and are doing splendid work.

day. Every appliance for the cleaning for them by the city. Our }postoffiee receipts for the past year the first to occur, ,and I did not thinkit II The closing number of the program,
of bottles and: pans will be installed were sufficient to place Kissimmee in the second class, which entitles proper for me/(0 continue in a position a fairy" play entitled "Naming the
the Streets of Kissimmee
,JBoth and the entire dairy so arranged thatno it to a free mail delivery. This will not be granted our citizens to which }I,could] not give my whole frince. rendered by the primary department ,r

I. ' Day and Night. foreign substance of any charactercan unless houses are numbered that contingency being a requirement time and attention, a thing the people i I The' little, deserves special. mention.
I possibly come. in contact with the of the postal authorities before free mail delivery: is of kiosimrtee have a right to expect of )like real one acquitted and themselves
The recommendation of Mayor Stanford mil(, granted a city any m air in public office. My relations i credit actors reflected much .,
l to prohibit cattle running at largeon These young men deserve much credit. Second-That the Council consider the advisability of passingan wfth ,those In office have been most'' and on Miss Plummer' untiring energy
our streets at any time of day or for risking such an enormous amountof ordinance prohibiting cattle running at large at any time dur- pleasant during the short time 1 have patience in training them.Thrls '

v night evidently met with the ,approval money in this enterprise and should ing the day or night within the city limits. We can never hope to been marshal', and I wish to assure the medal evening contest the wllr annual declamation ;
- of the City Council as an ordinance to In- given! every encouragement at the become a modern, up-to-date city until this action is taken by the people] of this city -that there has not for which be held the program .
that effect was introduced at its meet. I hmiof. our people.131CYCLE. Council. been the least friction between any In this issue. will be found elsewhere
ing last night, which was read the first Third-Tnat the Council, without the least delay order the officer and myself over any matter 4
. time and referred to the proper! committee I RIDERS paving of Broadway from the intersection of Emmet Street to the affecting the public welfare but that I I

R and will more than likely pass Midland Railway, Ruby Avenue from the City Dock to Broadway the most friendly relations have and I RARE R LlCS.. "
at toe\. next meeting. The following is and Dakin Avenue from Broadway to the Atlantic Coast Line do exist between them and myself. To i

an eftact wording of the oidmance: : Railway, with vitrified brick-Broadway to be paved twenty-feet the best of my ability I have discharged
"Section 1. The tunning at large of PtJ..t* Use Lights at Nightor, Paya wide on each side of the center, and the center to be eitSepturbed the duties devolving upon me, and I'' Of the When This "
all cattle within the corporate limits of II Visit to Mayor Stanford. .1.1I or chained in, to the end that our principal street may Converted, wish to assure all the people of this Days Country Was ,

I 1e,3' City! of Kissimmee is hereby deelar- into a park. That the cost of such paving charged jene-third to prosperous and growing town that they 1 I One Vast Wilderness. .
p.'" a nuisance and expressly prohibited, Kry community has more or less of the city and one-third to the property owners'on each side of the will ever find! me ready to aid in any
" and it shall be unlawful for the owner I an t it ment of youngsters streets and avenues the city to pay the cost of curbing.or chain- movement that tends to advance its This week we had the pleasure of ,
or owners of any cattle to permit same 01 mi attention to certain ordinances ing in the center of Broadway. welfare. It is with great regret I looking at a few relic that carried our
I to so run at large. i t and I l Kissimmee<: is not wholly exemptI Fourth-That a"\ moneys derived from thexuse by our citizensof sever my connection with the official mind back to the day when at a count

I fn.,m that-class. There is an ordinancein city water to be used in attending both water and sewer mains. life of "Kissimmee, but my private I try schoql) we read the history of the

I ., I. this city which says, "No person There is a large area in Kissimmee yet foxne these systetTip affairs demand all of my attention and early days of America and the hardships
A RICH TREAT shall ride a bicycle on the streets after \ -and all property holders are enti eci to the benefits ot everyconvenie'nce at thin time they could not be neglected. the pioneer underwent to lay the

nightfall without a light," and as a ruleit or comfort for which they pay taxes. That and only that was the cause foundation of this grand and glorious
is obeyed, but there are some who Fifth-That two drinking founts be placed on Broadway..-(one of my resignation being sent to the country. These relics: were the prop-
I waS Given Our People by the American appear to think 'does not apply to at the lower end and one near the Park Hotel-for both man and council.1"" j erty of Mr. H. N. Prouty of this city. P'
bea&t. This is most and should be attendedto without I and consisted of lot
them, one of that class of thinkers get- necessary I jI a of old paper
.... Woman's League. ting tangled up with a policeman on delay. PIANO RECITAL I! money pasted, on a board and encased in'a
- Monday night, and Tuesday morning Sixth That'all streets leading to Lake Tohopekaliga be declared frame, some of which was issued by '
i The-emef aim of the American Woma's Mayor Stanford separated him from open. This action ja. most essential, an the time is close at the Province I of Virginia In 1757. There

I League is education, and our local five dollars and costs( at the same time hand when definite plans regarding our water front must be taken By Miss Corrie Elizabeth Miller at was also a number of Confederate; bills
I 't \hapter has carried out the idea this giving: the offender a good,sound lecture and the city must know what position it holds when that time ranging in denomination from fifty
-weeli in the form of a very creditable on the subject of law breaking, arrives. Columbia College. cents to five hundred dollars scattered
, exhibition of ancient, foreign and interesting Seventh-that suitable laws be enacted the wHich
CJ Mayor Stanford) requests the Vajley giving Mayor authority The editor of the Gazette among were a few ten and twen
"'p\ . things, which were very kindly Gazette to state that orders have been to fordS'a strict compliance t on the part of our citizens acknowledge pleasedto ty=/five cent "shin plasters" issued our-
I '\ loaned fv.r.the occasion by our publicpainted issued to the marshal to strictly enforce with a complete sanitation of their premises. Especially do J recommend announcement the receipt which of the following ing the Civil War. while in the center
.. 4 i citizens. that an ordinance be forcing all householders in will be of of the
this ordinance, and that one passed group was a real U. S. one doli -
N any interest to ]local)
I -'On entering the building one cjould violating it will be brought before him the city to use sanitary buckets in their closets, who do not reside Miller Is of our Kjssimmec's readers. Miss i lar bill. Across the bottom was a row of,
I imagine themselves in a public museum, for trial. There is little pleasure our within the limits prescribed for the use of the city water and sew- one ladles and her most talented '' stamps issued by this government dur-
a young numerous'frienll
I so interesting and varied are ,the ex derives in imposing a fine er. These precautions are necessary if we would keep the healthof ing the past fifty years. This group of
mayor upona in this will be
hibits the bright coloring of the Oriental person, but he has sworn to enforcethe .our inhabitants up to i its present hifh i( standard.On . that she is making city such glad to know old money wag-en exhibition this week
I ", rugs. fans and flags making a beautiful laws of Kissimmee, and he will do the matter of sidewalks revenue and taxation, I will communicate In her mumcal studies splendid: progress I lat the Chapter House and attracted an' Kad
I setting for the old silver and gold it just as long as he fills the position-, with your honorable body at a later date. "Recital Carrie unusuaJ4amount or attention. '
by .Elizabeth
jewelry magnificent laces and handiwork 1 have the honor to be, Miller I >
' of our great-grandmothers. be regardless of whom the offender may H. C, STANFORD Mayor. (certificate in piano), assisted. by Katie Mr. C. WDa ha received a hand
or what law has been violated.
, ; Across the center' of the roorn' is Kissimmee, Fla., May. 2nd 1911. Porter, Columbia' College. Monday even- \ some new to be placed in front
stretched the skin of an African snake, The Board of Trade ,will meet Mon- l ing May eight\' nineteen hundred of his store. end Is having th. old awnIng d
t t' a Boaconstrictor, 18 feet' long, and just day night. eleven, at o'clock College Audi torn away today preparatory to sr
torium Lake City, Fla. I erecting the new one. I 'ifsi

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:- / / class markets, schools and r1ifirolit M.. We will lie nlenndd to have you write for anv information desired on any of the fol1ow1t111t .
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motor.1Oe.! / No. 221-This Is ono 01 tb6 harultomt ; ) fronting on one of-Ui'e best streets In No 2 ).>-Plneairtellp ve. Thla U.adeslrable No. :-'Ml-An attractive homo In I'lne- ness. }'
/ homes close to the lake, house la town, lire neighborhood, close to flvOchurnhes small home\*n corner lot with dale. This property is just outside of which can : LAND
/ new containing{ six rooms, plastered aDd school. Price only j>ood'4-ro.>l m colt r e. ball and front cltv limits, on high ground HouseIs the garden a tract of 8,000
throughout, hard oil finish electric 2100. Term>W>n part -desired. ; can porch; rood we'll I of water, poiiltn two s'ory ana contains eight rooms obtaining.:., Well located for
lights and>4tMh'; nice shrubliery. in trade with pwnt house and oUnile. Fine view of city plastered and hard bU.floUii" ; twoporches expense. ( colonization .pur.
yard. Just the place for anyone desiring and lake; nio high location; can nil) line well and hard barn. on three lakes.
b..e a quiet, coy hume where they No. 2H7- ere 'we ha-ve one of the bought 10 'liIO. 'This house Is located on a live-acre No. ,W miles of' trfct.
cau get the ber '/lit of the 1 brev/o from nicest small resi lence propositions in tract with lieaiillful view of the city jcludlng ( loot 01 lumber per

. volt the lake almost every day in the )'I'ar. Klttsiminro locav"d wit three blocksof No -30--An attractive; .room bun- and, lake. Lund ix/ adapted to citrus to railroad<< splendid return.
it. Adtr41 Fine view of lake from front veranda. 1 IfbwuiJjAs'five rooms, Ia w, only two block from business fitiiiB and trucking. This propeitvcanbo \ This tracts.. Our
This property is offered by the owqer<<\ three of which are plastered,, two ceiled wfiter":; rents for$JO.(O]>er month. The had for t.tJK; : ) on very favorable Creek (
for a short time; we will introduce custoTners << ; two fire places two porches. Lot Aol la 7f>:x 120 feel, has good wire fence terms.ViIl introduce customer to ing citrus
to owner and lei them deal 75xl47J; with twelve hearing) oran / around It; electric llirhi This is a owner and let them deal direct. this land 52U140. oet.on
direct. trees and ( This 4s1 a'81)len.
g, Shrubbery. genuine bargain ut $1,00:< ); call and let Terms on \ SJE( Blocks of '
did proposition and can Ire had for No. 3U3-Small farm Inside of
Hi show you tlii uropertj, pf
o. 221-A! very desirable .j-room $1,350, on very favorable terms. limits. This property consists of a No 31:" : ] palmetto '
. ottage, located within one block] of marl new wlrefonce; ;
No. 280 Fine lot on..marled strfetin live-acre tract within a 'quarter of a road three
Inside lots
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f'ol& No. Farm
County house
; court in best St. Cloud ,
mile of Osceola School 'Small
rest ue section of citj. llouHo Is fast. growing Hiil>erl>, lot r>Ox1..o. OD best road in Oscrola County,' 1 11} High house and lot 5? x 209 feet,
H d Flowing well can l hc obtained on thisernIterty. miles from depot. 10 acres that isfenced house line four-Inch flowing well\ land garden and
new. ce throughout! ; food well of .
Will' \ enhance In value cultivation all In cultivation City: is building bearing lot for t2l'(a.)
- water on ati'OiDIIl lot which very and high State of )
!: purchaser'an lIMO to 1JOO: )
fast in- th direction lots
very s will
rapidly. 9125.(X). ;
have aoctiu to for water supp-lj Pricp -and') i Is the best trucking<<: j l'ftndIn tins command Sulliclent
... Lot 7.Jxl47: | feeCsl rioi- IJIl.IOO( lui-l us No. 2X1}+I -Nice vacant residence lot section Has rood( well, :3-rooni cottaK noon' should( desire a at Rood tune price to if cub-di ownei tion to .12,00.'i lot left 'in sub

show this i l'oILag-e. in fall growing section: flowing well <>, amble] watron-slied! and potiltrv vide and sell I it for residence any purposes. fifteen\ .. --out entirely In
t'tnls'oblabned." Nlco 'iirolit can be house; all) i- aiv for purchaser to begin Price $1,300.: ) be a.choice corner lot
:No.; 241 Twit 4M'oour vUatr! <'s located matte) in short time on I this! small In- ( work without any delay (expense" to be J> ,party who flods
,Ion lots 7.t\U: : ( ; (each wi uhvten foot "<<'almnPrice\ $li">.00. of clearing land and waiting to Improve No, :fO'l! -b'ine garden and,) poultry ty that l to move to .
alley in rear loot; neigh i7UOd I before hpi n'u"II' to produce, proposition Tills place contains t"oaries at all he expected, and,
close] 1 Ie s<'liool and) cliurt h >n. r j Rl,IN N) each: terms on pal t if desired, 1 lotH, four of w'llth, fa<'eon mailedStreet inc nil kinds of citrus fruits (grove front and onesiile., : line artesian well venent to I ,) : !t 1 !
$l/ of th..lotM is Mx\W\! feetea
(' can be stapled( !ood advantage while
with on north! Choice location side
No 24.>- A tho. ice residence ]ocal..01Iahl..tto. We olTer the 'ntll.t'I.'n lots .
>4j ( land is b..illfurmPlt.i 'ricu I $H.II. for small truck or poultry] farm. The full ,
on ;\ Street, within three btu'kn for $H fJ I, looil. noiirliliorhood. high 'J'erms on part If desired. ) a choice corner
I INo land Is subdivided) into lots and in I
of house. contains postoltli: t 6 i rooniN !l"ullnI-.t.o"" to lake. .
worth the (price asked without ahy Improvements ;; and
JeIasterud and hard, oil lininh, tlietrir postoftice
\ijrhts i << ;No; 2'U'! ->Tluen, flioice residence. ]lotsflouting 'J'Wi'! ; Here is. one of the "best vacant We ate oflerlnj thisproperty No, .(H.I; $3;>r>0. Investigate 4
nrodernptunibing.Iwuporches southern resident lots. in l.ssiininoe., fife for $1..611. terms. l If all
rood well, ,'orn'I'lol 120xl..o< sixteen on lna>lcd Htrttt in : on pint grove, ,
fool a11< ; ri inenl, sidewalk.| portion of cit\': t-tr ant \'il'w of lake of lot lr!,(lxlit; fronting/ one of the jcsiieil." Thatuwn Is growing in this inns & : )
i Possession irivi'n'y"W in :M da Properly wl here" >ou "Ili, g-It I tTHj. benefit of the best street. in the city. tut is iinilpr clliectiiHi and property will enhancein l property;
renting! to eaeelhot< M trnant t. for $_mper cool line/os. that. blow Biniost t conllnnalh good. fence and is <..meted, with harlugorangetreesju.tthe /: value very rapidly.Nu.ii1'this within ( l :
e month \'o'I'y lilx'ial tit.111-4, anotToiiil "- '. (It/ > )'llenlll IM' luciiKn. feitile : j |plate to hiiilJ u. crops that '; in the heart of the s
i l food 1 start-all th.. makes nice tome and hate .till' 4hu orantresdesired : property' . consists of do well I desirable
this )
on the pi oponitioii' usshow life HOI,tlrliv] jug 1-4 found in the sec- uilliovit, waiting to /grow. the I 12:! nciib loo HUM '.. J on piojnil\' lion of the clU. \Vill sell).these. s: trees. Let. us sliowou this, proixisition all leaped]. and fenced I: well, quick as .. in value very f
-0.:; -';'> An attiailm- i iwu.stoij sin,'l\' or if tau deairea-ill, > sell the" Tins lot is. otln'p'l| for *K1I I: engine and] pump with overhead) 8)stem the a safe and profit. ,
dwi\ .11 iiiJ( <'onl .iniilnu:: !H rooms, (Mjuipin1))) I luce, wbii'h will .ninkc one large )lt>(, tcrnis' on one liiilf of purchase erica| if of 11'illation: till I prepared' for anyone property and full lofor
with. ..I<--cln lights. : lot.. KMKlIK) )"...t. H'txHO; ( fret L',.,it.c ",hum,.
- One of the strongest inducements for the settler to locate in this section of the State is the diverKissimmee and Osceola? County is not surpassed by any place on the globe for evenness of climate; 1

.t a' sity of i its productions it is' a leader in early fruits and vegetables of the standard' marke' crops. as well as during the summer it i is: ever fanned by the breezes from both the Atlantic Ocean and the Cult of Mexico i

+ States. A heat prostration has never been known to Florida. .
producing many fruits not grown in other occur in

i'I You are plannmg-to, better your condition. You do_ nqt want to leave the last vestige of civilization The fertility and adaptablity of the best of the lands in this section have never 'been.fully acDreciat- N

behind you. This county is the fastest growing section of the Stste and Kissimmee has all the educationaland : ed, Ten acres of land will provide a splendid living for a big family if given the attention that must be
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t I municipal advantakes-that make. a home good hotels, schools. churches ( five denominations ), stpres, given to any business to insure success. -

, banks! electric..

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I WfllTTIER. grape fruit, ever bearing; lemon, limes, I s

r > pineapples, bananas, pears and peaches.Go ATE TIC COAST LINE'Sirist
to our ranges there you will find ,, ,
REAGINs horses, cattle sheep and hogs. In our I {
+ GLENN Interesting Items From Our Regular yards, fields and meadows, besides '

I Correspondent.While beautiful flowers blooming every month, Trains
ADVERTISERS poultry of every description, deer % . .
we are obeying your injunc turkey quail and other species of wild
Hon to "watch Kiasimmee grow", we game are found in our woods swamps, I
have our weather eye open on Whittier and open country; and fur bearing; animals -TO THE EAST : -TO THE WEST-r

We prepare and olace copy -, and Pine Island's rapid development; are abundant.; 'Dixie
+ We compile and print bookletsWe I in a populative sense you have a de- i Our rivers, lakeA and creeks are, Flyer" 'dPahnettoIimlted"I"Semlcole
sell CALENDARS Signs Bulletins cided advantage but then had a
; you teeming with fish of every description,
Hoards and Advertising Noveltied in Leather i I full hand to begin with and we hardlya and the hook and line or seine is called ; Limited""Montgomery .a & WestIndia L't'd.
Celluloid and Allummum. pair of deuces and this hand of yours into requisition at any season of the
was backed up bv a Valley Gazette 'year. We have have-an area of 1,837 Route" "NoVyork & Fla. Special"Florida \" ftl
with an editor equal to the occasion of I .. ,
square miles with a population of about "SouthAtlanticLlmtell"[ "Const '
- r. : opening the; eyes of the blind by reaching 6,000; our inland towns have been populated o. Mall"ELECTRIC
WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS.LONG I out after the movable public; and principally by stockmen and -
I in my opinion he only has been deceived f those who assist them, and they have ,pt
DISTANCE PHONE 296 who expected to find a looked upon railroad propositions as an II
of Eden in Florida. Man's, necessities Invasion of their rights. Over one .
4I I! TAMPA SUITE: = 4 & 5 FLORIDA are God's opportunities and we do hundred thousand head of horpes, cat LIGHTED SLEEPING C S "

4t 4tI claim that the climatic and other mind tle, hogs and sheep have roamed at
i(1i 1\'\: BANK OF TAMPA BUILDING inspiring elSmentfl! which surround us will over this vast area and a man's . DINING CARS . .

7:I.i will, if properly appreciated, produce a wealth and standing was estimated by I
cheertulness of temperament that will the number of animals he owned. I ----- r
e create within your own domicile love These men lived just as their fore- I'' .
for family and f fireside respect for your 1 I I fathers had done near the range where For Rates and Sche les!, call on or write to t
I i neighbors, and good will toward alii' their cattle browsed, caring naught for
r men. You may come here diseased if the busy, bustling world at large; they E. M. NORTH J. G. KIRKLAND, > 4"
its deadly grip is not so strong as to had their churches P. A. Savannah "
Sunday and literary A.G.[ Ga D. P. A., Tampa, Fla. '
deprive you of recuperative (power and schools, but as cattle driving was the q
PIONEERPLUMBING I you fully enter into the-spirit of our existing necessity the Sabbath was not T. C. WHITE W. J. CRAIG.

f 11 beautiful sunbeams and soft lephers, at all times with them a day of rest, G. P. A.. Wilmin > .
+: II the complaint will dmapoear, and you they were careful of their horses, an ; K T. M., WllminKton\ C. _II'
; will in a short time secure health and ordinary stockman keeping on hand a -
: SHOP contentment. The writer knows whereof sufficient number to supply a fresh -- -

..'i!., .' he writes and could give I personal mount whenever required, camping at I : I- \
experience if necessary. Don t come night wherever dark overtook them,
t: t here growling; and snapping like a and wholesome ,
grass good water being
;; // EDMl'XD* !1IJKT; J'rofr. dog to and snarl
, mangy prepared snap found In almost any locality during the I I
.,. } at everything yon see and hear, but driving season, Hillsborough county SUMMER '
\ come in the full power of all the man- with an area of 1,303equare:) miles hs J (,
I' \ SANI ARY PLUMBINGHEATING hood and womanhood yOU possess, population of about 78,000() proportion .
come with the full determination to this to our county and our lands would DRESS (
make the very best of every health- support 109,462; inhabitants end there GOOpS +
giving power our county possesses enter If is not jUHt reason why this should! not
and SHEET METAL WORK heartily\ into the spirit of our cuaUjnns be in the future for us. Several years'
and habits and you will make ago, Mr. Editor, you warned me that --
"ir garden of Eden null of beautiful Ladies watch our show windows for
your own \ the jurisdiction of a news item correspondent we are showing
.- .- -- - and natural garlands; it was discontent did not extend beybnd a cer the latest creations in Summer Drees
-- --- -- -- j I Materials ; but better
that drove Adam and Eve from tain limit andaskei{ me to desist from I
the immediate visible presence of the writing on subject/beyond/ the range of yet, come in and let us show you all we have, (and maybe: we 1

Almighty, and it will drive you to the my j jurisdiction, but an order that does can help you choose patterns. and materials for those '
w depth of despair if allow its unhallowed summer -
you not require a repetition before being
;f Ib'k I L. M.MARS'HC influence to environ you. This obeyed I is not of sufficient importance I gowns.

; > beautiful country will create a cheerful (o .secure implicit obedience, but if this I hI
: I DEALERS IN PINE LINE OF'Y disposition tf you do not resist its article should be consigned to the dim
I inspiration. -pne season is not enoughfor recess of the waste basket, shall con-
I, STAPLE AND FANCY a final decision; have toe courage: to |t elude thaeit_ is not sufficiently modernized I C.
> give us a fair and impartial trial and to meet present growing demands ., W. fl-'ANN i

while you are watching the growth in but if accepted shall be like the boy
1G/ROCERIES.I/ I population watch and help us grow who was disputing with his father

'/ I corn, sweet potatoes, sugar cane, rice, about the former a age. Why, said "THE STORE OF t
I I field peas, velvet beans and cassava on the father wasn't I there when you /
I FRESH AND PURE. the plantations; said us with our hide I was born? Yea. said the youngster
FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city. Prompt aid courteous attention. crops of lettuce, celery. Irish potatoes but wasn't 1 there toolOur .
I cabbage; tomatoes, egg plant, cucumbers I j SHOES DRY GOODS
in the ,
are best of FURNISHINGS
TKUKP MONt< fMO. tai beets water melons, cantelou .s, crops very ,
f etc. Come with us to our groves and 11 I condition, and the oranges are growing 4fy i

r' .# orchards and there you will fi nd orange 11 I rapidly. : Rex. IF
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y' The Kiss IIIIee Valley Gazelle I PRESS ASSOCIATION .5 of ... ,.4Program ;lr -

-- Letters That '
Spell .
I Progress 5 v *'
,W. B. HARRIS.E4Ior and Pr p'r. .

'!I. ... TRIPLE--TI' ct Editor.rCBUSHZD ) .'! the Interest Commencement Exercises }
A->*M> *>f- Its 1911 Session Most /- _
.. I ___ --0 -. I For Kiimmee ( .
Wfctten r
j by People Convinced '
:: ZVZKT FTUDA.T. ing and I Instructive Since I ,

i . .Office. KIBSUniEC.OSCEOLACDCNTr.FTA.In Valley 'Gazette Building.* ,..3 '. Its,orgaiii (jOft.. I Through Reading the Valley Gazette. ,. '" F Osceola High School; ;;y,<-

. .j .' ...1.----_ t'I B.avtrrI''i1 1a. f,.., Apnl 25. 1911. 'Thank' 'you fof same 1 cap endorse I r. ,
; :: ...;. .t. of the State Mr. W B.'Harns. Editor ..' '
t7 0. iuT- The annual meeting 1adey'Ca-: eomtroft !e.taternentsentainedthere-. :'
I. + o..+i..... .- -. \'- :.Press Association held in T.} ab___ zette. Kissimmee; 11a!- , ia. haviiV;' once been m resident of Krtsunraee ,. ". i
... foej".n .. ., ..
0- -- the Dear Str Some three months ? .
i lut week was one of largest and : alto I for a period of nearly three 'Cohtett "
es .m.r.d m. .rrse..t. f.- ar 'aetlor: I..most representative sratbenngs of the wrote, you for a sample -copy of your years. I might say.that was oneot. Friday, ,May 5th 8 O'clock-Annualfeclarnatron.: ., ,
.- ,J .... _. -ta" ......vst .tM-- fraternity in many year. Secretary paper and bare'been receiving it ever the pioneer, having 'arrived there ;,
,' I _........ W aR. be -d .....-' T. J. pp yard..beI is State Printer I since.and 1.presume I am indebted! to when it was
.d f. .- 'I had- made every arrangement for the the County ,Commissioner of Osceola gauge railroad called the South l Fk>rt- ." ; : ORCHESTRA j.
tCanod u ttr. ro..aatra la LY...... na.. .... entertainment and comfort of the edi* r county for it, '&s I know that they are da. running f.-om'Sanford. south, now S A. P. \1'
w..d'elr a.u ', for in bii usual thorough manner, and : paving for a I large list->f "hames. the Atlantic Coast Line. I was in the I. "How He Sated* St. M.chaels"'( GILBERT -. Mary Stansburg I
:. ===== --.a. '6' rvAhirg: WM left UJI tIfIe't.o make their I -ixl not intend to be kept on this grain and feed business, and deft therein .URINNE ..
I Friday, May 5, 1911 slay in the Capita] City both pleasantand ,I free list for so long, and you may now 1&5. I remember a few men who "The Second T)-ia1"\ .- Mary Kellogg :
y instructive. take my name off this. list as I enclose: were there at that time-C. A. Carson ALMA GRIFFIN

,. .AI.r Through thecourtetjr ofl President : you dollar for a years subJcnpCion to "Jrohn and Claude Lee Judge Johnson,- 3, "The Squire's J Kix> ter" -: r .
We are now receiving the final Conradi: of the State College fof Women, Iou; paper You may date it back to Bass brothers the Sears family!' ] Capt. j JUJ.S".il'ICE' r .'
: of the first ..'an of the associatian was February, lit if you .wish for that is and A. J. Rose the Bryan and other. Dance" v' : : \'. Cha ..W P, kern '
Haste -
*.-*. .. .... .. :proofs f of. the Special Edition held in the beautiful' auditorium of the ,, about the time I began to receive it, or : Have had many a sail and fishing trip Mirrot. LEWA... ROHEKso .
building, and as attended by a you -can date su bsei.,tion one year from ; Lake '
college n TohopekaTiga and remember :. .
the Valley; Gazette and in a .pn : : Maurice ;
'i large rurnber ojt citizens aj well u student receipt of this letter just"as yOU see tiC: both it and the village. well. I afterwards t, "Gazelle and.,Swan" - .. .Thompson
1: short time i it\? ill be ready fordistribution. of the college: That session con- Things certainly miiit be booming its spent six years at Ocala Gainesville EvA \ .. '*
} isted of addrees 'by editors on the I your town, and locality, and X k pow of and Tampa, so. I 'am familiar' with ,"., The Telephone Romance -. Stanley. SthneU',
't ,I-, Aaysoon as receivedit s everai! ub-ct that l had been assigned no better or u good a meaium/fo keep Florida and its'.-climate. No. part of it . .. '

1 mailed all thEnbe If\g interspersed with i both vocal i posted on Tilings there u. bX vreadmg can claim am thing over _Kissimmee, 6. ".\. the Moon Rose: *.;: .. l' Pauline. PhelQa'
will be promptly to and instrumental rootic by therfac-' the Gazette. I am afra>d I will noj however, and I never mica an opportunity HKLhN:: JostSORCHESTRA...
uitv of.fhe. of music of the : know the .place when I Itfo back for I to word .
i: who have subscribed for it.- Jepartmenl speak a good for the town \\aitz. The Path to Heaven" '. .
college!; After the dose of this session j certainly hope to revolt Kisaimi.iee and vicinity: 1 note the improvements -
III 4 _-_ J a receptor was tendered I the editors in I again / going 1)fJ. there and 1 am glad to hearit. _, ..
Bryan hall, where refreshments were I Wishing you con. ueod success! turdprosperity I will ,..robabl)' come to Florida in 1.1 .Ho..P&\llIkedOld- Black -
served, by the students. much f0r Kissitnrtee;, I am, the near future and will surely come NATHAN BRYAV .
I t. Board of Trade Meeting Other tensions were held in Elks hall'I VlHiri truly, to Kusimmee to investigate condition "2 "Teddy O'Rourke" ; ,
of the Haute of John J. aiartha11. HtJfWSISG: .
and tbe hall Representative Will be pleased:! to get the paper you : .
*, av which but routine! .
I t. nothing are Music -
The regular meetirg ') the b say you sending me. '
*:<. bjs.nesj..,. w'.U. .tJa.r..J./I.Cted. but which'pro ] Mis A. I). HARDY ,- -- .': .. .
II I Shelbjville. Ill April 21. 1911Mr Have been business _'
: board of Tf H. .' .
GC Stanford Secretary. Kis- but will soon be disengaged 3. The Paring. of Marmiuo and Douglas" Scott
Council Charter Monday for matters were brought out "
r <- Fla.r
aimm FtNg"Speech
Thanking you again, I am JAMES
night at 7,*/ o'clock. A mutter te'l.sccsston' that gave those Dear SirYour favor of the l&th Your verse truly! . .r .
/ 4. the F.aJl" Benj. Hill
h .-t a rew aril Letter idea aj to Pt't-8'j inst ith literature O" ( !
enclosed SL
that will I mearr.uch to recei\ed t i.sRD\ NEWTON; '" .
should W conducted
see i-[>* *r
l [ fare o/ Kj.eimrnrel.t, f,resented thr .15I"C office and editorial: room. : .. TfT Mai -

and dicusve, ai isI' i'.r-g -he interim of the -sions r HARRY WILLiAMS "-...
ham Crawford
has drawn
: importaf-e .h" eajxt" a'- trr; ,p,f oftf "fit> of Roaea"s.Sint A HAPPY ENDINGTo worthy to be cherished. and protected ajjrjze !tlar,'+.. \V/s h,' tv Ir.; ., ." . .
f : to vie one ..,;th the thornrrw J ,. I lHESTKAhr ., t*
tendano of ever, mernt- until life ends
P :-. J., Tnj i ittt. J'N--t, the'pencii pusher ever}' court*aye I The groom was for some year* Owner ,- U' i"f .llJd i'e-, aid! I Iiehtenrg, j \Ie of wh.'f Qev were capable and they I a Romance That Began During : ,
f'It !and editor of the (t'ensac' ;Io't'DH'K'
H tStanford.. :-r-an. wer* egio' fur it "'a.. '*ne continual
; '. at '.f. fare arid frolic, from lb tinseaf.a. the Panic of 1907. Niws; and was considered pr,,*>orthe ..

:"-.. :4rti: the train bo e the.oo's foremost writer in Florida. About a
..AfcAmorg these mai7courtesies On Monday night. !Max) ]let, in the year ago he sod his Ir.t..r'H in that Commencement Sunday, May 7th, 11 A. M.
., n"w and moved Kissimmeeassociating ; \
to .
I First Methodist parr '
H auto ride over 9Ired hills and church at Pensacola.w .
tjimielf, xth: :'1 r. 'P.! A.
John -W. Watson .r'J' ? the cotton plantations surround- as culminated a romance that found '
Cans Agnew in the practice of laHe .. \ .J'r. Ii7rt) MHMi! 1.1.1K Asj: MR BROWN
'.f[ 'he cit\ aid complimentary ticketsfrt.n i life in the strenuous da\S'of 1 is one o( the bes-t theelate
known men in
j[ l'rTrier t x/n-adi to witness the : many busmesse" and enterprises l.JcJ\':og 1 ;.

,. Hon. Jot W ti xt4 .. of I livescountyrasarrca pres.rtatwn I f.1f "Shakespeare's: | plaj, ( were forced to close, their \" the In-.V<:t:,,". ". lt.W.. H. FtsC'Hrr' I
AYoe.. 1.,ne/ft. on the college cam William Bloxham Crawford of this city .
.' rrfa :' : ;10' f r happymupl.. 'I..ft err a tr.p. through the .
: fc r y t1.bt5rn Placer, an aggreatu taking for his life, tomcamon Miss ; I .
; jO\ernor of IOsceola 5.r' ;a. ar'l ere: l- ; t,f ; o' who AKr id Barlow of I'.rl' acf.1la Eastern States and Can>lda. and( or .
performers hate "
( ytv'T. their will Scn: ,;'.., Jn. > J VA.'H'g .
'. return stop| at \Sa JirfUm { t .ft:. ; -
t.:* oil' r'rr" ",..;c'r -It. ; ,ay : 'frr" the principal I It is but tne I lass of {pature that two when. r .
him tteir wter .c ; ur tie ir the United l State such (word J people as these when thrown city muted. to \practice Crawford U.fure willUr the t rated aj i iMalt's .\ tr.n1ef.vt at I'ral-,. Mrredit.......,.11-.. ....

.' Mr. V\/sL&o/ i I. f, .'. Ki"; for Tr rtr cad the privilege, of room I' in dally! companionship' during times' :Sulr.; -ne'curt, on motion ofsenator I'raS er1lcmr
W:1118 the that called i forth, the best and noblest
n with ore : Powell man
number of Hi"s' "1 three: t Ir..t ; \; P. Hr\ an Or, the:: return
a f and I of character should find comfort II ,
"uo is t oo ti )>g Tampa holding; a and here they will make their, home. with
: r"T'.rt.-d rile courty ir tfetore. : oua.J. own: the ,ob of secretary of the Board solace in that mmpariionbhip that Mr C \' Bean'en/' or, Emmett 'treitAn Sermo,' ,- IE\:3: S. S5YDEaArthem. [
servirg err term a* 'I..rtt r,f Trade of that city. He had arrived i I should endure for all time. What is
J. House of Rrprrarntatives /Hemoved ,' the scene two days ahead of us, and but natural that a man of such honor, "Awake hou That deepest" Simper
lad succeeded ..n meeting by devious : such 'mannood and FUoJj high id..all-u: Editor's Invoke. -
to Dade county a few yea ago and sundry ways and devices, every William Bloxham Crawford possesses! limn111: f ...:

and ha twice represented ths< county r.ar1. woman child and baby in that should love a woman who shared his A North Carolina editor l fas kept Bored<.tf) ,. Hr.I I IiCNAN. STEPHtNg .,
in the J legislature, now sea g bra ..-c. city: and bad become eo popular that (! hardships dunng the days when his track of his profit and loss during the
Le was selected a, judge at an infantile I business was conducted at a loss. year, and fives an invoice of his business ,
and term. exhibitor: : Mr. Powell earned seven I brought on by the panic and who never at the end of twelve months of .
y No one doubts John W Wesson'sabdtty ear loads of cigar (all mad in Tampa) : by word or look or act added a sorrow. ups and downs:
1 hrs honesty Jf P'I'V'Jr hi* Jorg to tnbe the legislator, supposed- of a care to his 'lot but stood at her Been broke :&;>1 lime.?. Graduation Exercise Monday, M 5f/i, 8 P. M.

1 nr\e to do nght in all! thirgs-charge- I\, to %vote against the division of Hills- desk in his office from daw.n till dusk Had money 4 time*. I Irvocatsor! Ke\ Bun\'an Stephe II
Kiro count: ,'. but as they were such working and striving for his welfare, Praised the public-9times! ) .
S N ten*tic* that flake him. most fit man rood mokea, the kind that makes one and that ...woman possessed of all the Told lies J. TM' time MUSIC' Cho "V

to occupy the position of chief executive ,eel! rich and glorious and gay he decided Charms of face anj form, of intellect Told the truth 1 time Class Hlstory J' rzekie/ Ph
r of this great state He is stnctl} to give one to each of his friends and character, to fit her to reign supreme J .o meeting 52 time"!!' 'gEssay
(i a man of the people, and the people md admirer and lo, they didn't go in the home of the mightiestwe - R ached office towel 3 times. 'The (' ?I around l, for he found every man in the say, what else could be the outcomebut !Jissed! "l.eaJ] /1.> March ''C".roratj
will the he seeks.fh : -
place him in position ;state Capital knew him. liked I him and a union of hearts and hands for all / Mistaken for preacher 11 times.. .. Orchestra
=- -- =: was proud to call him fnend I time ? It is the law. of nature, and Mistaken for capitalist 0. Eua'y: Hlrt> Twa aj a Ham st" Phjlh JirrellMaud'Tholhason

., We had the pleasure of meeting' should he Found money; (0. Class
-"- Passing of Plutocracy. !ifiBRe* Bert* Virginia Tiller and Miss Barlow went to Pensacola) fromColorado Took bath: 6 times. Propl-/j .

and heart Eeste:: W tnn. stunts at the State Col- with her parents when a girlin Delinquents who paid, 2*. Class Wd; I . Clarence J hnsonMusi"Won't
Every one of intelligence l ege for Women. They were all highly her early teens, and has resided' Those *'ho did not pay 136. / "* /
You Co iand Dance With'.Me" .
f U, to some extent, a reformer. It u a pleased, with, and nave made there until her. marriage on Mondaynight Paid in conscience. .0." .. :- << ., .; tr.. ,"' '.., ",. ,., *, . Chorus
.,: dull mind that does not recognize: *thepossibility much. progress in their etodies during] None in that fair city possessed : :' 'o r\I\,f.' Re dir.n,
', ;,', of improving conditions;and t he session that wilT soon come to a a more lovable' character, a sweeter Whippotheri23timee. i i',j Delivering ih U, .. tic ie 'a-kJ'M"e: i I #"1 ''C Sung-hY J,' SearsSelections ..)
'are' look. disposition or more charms. Cash On hand at beginning (1.47.", I, : ..
J lose but \be womanly ; _
anxiously "
ca ,
tp'i say "i" '" *MO ,1t"} 'N"' '
't. "lt i":; ')rA does not desire improve -
.. l'i'' : I" I possibility! \. the train for dear old Iieaimmtt:"
'T'. mroC': RRfoen'difrer.a to the relative We had for the first time in our..LiU:1. .- -. - - -

importance of the many reforms the pleasure.ot visiting 'the ( .! otI I .
it is the desire of The Commoner Representatives and Senate, while' -- +-- -
I proposed; those bodies were in lIt'1IJIion. and right i
: ,.I to concentrate the attention of here we wish to record the statement I

reformers upon the reforms within that we were agreeably surprised, for I -

'e reach. Reformers differ too, in tern both bodies are composed of men whore I :j : .
'a thoroughly capable of handling thetate' 1
j peratnre' some are just freezing
affair arid we came home feeing .
others are-at boiling point-The Cornj il safe that no law would be enactedt I

, mon tr'I aim is to raise.. the tempera II this session that would be against
{ 1 ture. Reform are apt to 'l becomediscouraged. the interests of the people.It .
1 ; Because, they see clearly i i. much to be regretted that every
!' that abuses exist they wonder why editor in Flonda.was not present at this ,
others do not.....; because they have n n meeting as many things of value was! p
p found what they regard as a remedy gleaned, from the discussion of various
Aft, i the 1' wonder why, all do not accept It. e ub;ects, and we of tk>aclcwoods! disi i \,
The'Commoner\ offers a word of encouragement t rids expressly should never let the II
S ; to reformers-God is still_ o pportunity pass to pick up a little newno..ledge .

.tffi his throne and the world moves fork as to the manner in which a I J'w- ',
i ward. Monarchy. has run its courser n ewspaper should be conducted so as! to 1 r ;
monarchs ar* "now figurt heads take it both profitable and pleasant I .
largely ..; y' a et! t
1, legal fictions, with but little power to and a medium of 'good to the communr. r g't r .
'! help or hinder progress. Aristocracy i it il lY: and tbe, state. I "
; is dying-it i is losing all!) over the world. We are glad we attended this meetig '
Plutocracy is passing-its power to coerce \I and if we are still on terra firm \
i r is weakened year by year. a year hence we will be at the nextesston I
p : .. \ Among influences at work for the 18- and hope 'every other editor ]j
/. overthrow of plutocracy, four may be i ii is n 1 the state will be there, even if he
i mentioned as the most important: d des have to go hungry a few weeks soS nAr- s +
nt ; First-The increase IP the supply of a to save enough money to pay for a
money. Just. the dark ages receded railroad ticket ] f
S before the increased volume of money .
Laymen's Meeting ;
r that followed the,discovery of America ,
''fk !so the wonderful 'discoveries of gold The Laymen's meetirrR NvTll 1 be heldt I rI e
'fit, .' since 1890 are releasing the disposition a the Baptist hW'elran Sunday after- I

e of debts that accumulated to the point n non at 3 o'clock, and will be led by I to Kissimmee last October and was so impressed with its I
4tl J of bondage during the period' of falling Brother Livermore. A full attendance came ., ,
", prices, beginning in the early seventies'' i Iii i desired as these nteetinga are grow- j
i Rising prices have brought prosperity i..ig more :interesting each week and advantages that I have located here permanently and
''F to the masses, and with easier time 111(e want the people to know what is many am engag-
-S, "' r comes greater independence. This independence d,oing at these meetings and their unqualified -

f on the part of the voter is endorsement anj prayers. business. The above is .
ed in general co tracting a picture of the
t manifesting itself in an increasing protest A_. S. Nelson. .,_Chairman.
against plutocracy.

Ji-r; Bat there at work art three in the fundamental world-each one.influences Notice. 1 i front and rear of f a residence that I lately constructed in Prospect
Notice is hereby that the City
of them a -foe to' plutocracy-: and the given
(lounctl will meet on May 16. 1911 at

w complete three together route of give the reign assurance of the of dol-the 7 ion:J3tf of p. m.septic, to receive tanks,bids to be for installed cons true-in : Park, one of the la est additions to our city. I would appreciate the f


Jar.SecondThe epread of intelligence. connection Plane and specifications with present can sewer be'seen system. I! esti ate character of building whether of brick
T The work is moving-;- all the nation by opportunity to on any ,;
ailing' lit the office of the city clerk. ,
joining in the march toward universal

i education. As the plutocracy is an indefensible Council and all reserves bids. the right to-reject stone wood also sidewalks or other form of building .
any f or or '
f. ,;. can not hope to live This Glh day of May A. D. 1911.J. any con- .t'.
j when ignorance ii is banished.!
R. Gilbert
,t* popular Third-government The worTd -is here moving, too,toward a like I City Clerk., I structing'that the people of Kissimmee are contemplating erecting or ;

tendency i. to be observed in all na Mr. S. S. Buzza. of Coraopolia, Pa.,
I, tions. And popular government is the arrived in the city yesterday to spend I Respectfully .1
natural opponent to plutocracy-there a i few weeks Jooking after improve- or laying. ;
; 'is external enmity betweerr them. nenta which he expects to have made :. ..
l Fourth-'The world is growing better; on> his property at Kiaaimmee! Park .
i I moral standards are rising; ethical rules ie will fence his place, build a reaR ; .
,: are being applied= -and the conscience lence and have an artesian well driven J. E. EVANS
l condemns plutocracy.Let before returning North and expects to ; :
those take heart who fight for bring his family down about the first 1
better things; let those who have been o if September to stay permanently.dr. KISSIMMEE
indifferent begin to fight.. Every one !\/ Buzza ia at present engaged in the P. O. BOX 147 r I FLA. 1 ; ,
can help some-no one can tell how ement: business with his,son at Cora- ,
much until he dies': It is time'to try.- tpolis.. Pa. but intends going into the -- -. ,

Bryan's Commoner.f :nicking business here. .
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ecValicuGazette that Dr. R. J. Cunning On account of Che 'comme ems.
ce.ment. Died
ham at the
has let Laic
the Home In this
contract for a six-room city
r' sermon at the Auditorium .
t' there
"/ TELKPHONB NO., 11.'PUBLISHED .' < bungalpw to be built on his property In will be, rio 'services'at the Methodist, on his Sunday night. Mr: John Fewell, and
South c remains Were laid
Kissimmee church;.next'Sunday morning. The hill cemetery- on. day. DeceRose- AreYou Going toBuild? .. '

i t: EVERY ,FRIDAYBTi -Mr. Dozler Leitner and slater, Miss evening: service will be'held as usual : tionsland of
at which the will' be was honored
., \ Almena,- were called' to Bartow'thl.week of subject- : by all forhhhna : e 'rn4
Endless Life.
W. S. NARRIf3" : to be with, their father, who la rower I ble character and honest dealing... Ha
seriously ill .In that 'Me. was soldier In the C9Dtederate \
q city W J I : J. J. Brophy vice-president and and Ills army; !
Mr. P.. Wl.'Davls.of': ' Okla. general manager oft the Citrus Southern M.comrades say none braver: '
Paden. ever shouldered
Klssimmee Railway with headquarters at'Or- a musket or'.drew. a' BIRD i
reached on Sunday, and Is sa re.
.Weather Report looking over this section, with a view to lando the,'waa minor in the city this week closing or w
up details to thq
\. .. locating! ,permanently! ; laying-of rails, which prepaartory will begin at. the Mr. and Mrn. Thomas J.. Tedder find'
Mr. J. J. Sanford sail of the line children arrived In the city Wednesday
Evans of
1\\ are die Tampa spent Saturday / from Plant
I Following daily temperatures > and in the City. Mr. Tedder, who is
Sunday the
and precipitation as's of his son, Prof It. M. Evans city, principal guest Mr. and Mrs. R. Glover, ''Who dwn a "t'or. the A. C. L. at Plal1 CitY'1 _____s ...f1 1 4 Mf.s .
beautiful was on his
home 1
l in'the'western portionof -way north to
the of Osceola High. sJ>'
reported by Government ,
"j: the city, left for Decatur; Mich., oil montb's .vacatton: visiting New York
station at Kissimmca for the During this month our postmasterwill Tuesday,. where they will spend the city and points of interest in Canada,

., week ending -May 4, 1911. count every piece of mail that goes eumrner. They will return here in Sep- while Mrs. Tedder and the little ones i
through the local office, and the first tember to remain permanently, as they will'upend the time here with Mrs. Ted-
: both declare "Life in Kissimmee is der a parents Mr. and Mrs. .. r
MAX MIN. RAIN day 5,166 pieces were handled. II. W. our''
.i Friday . . . 86 66 . Mi1. IL H. Feftic,' one of the foremost living.I' I w call '- t

t Saturday . . 87 C9 , men in and around Whittier was Messrs. A. J. Jones and Will Mat. The 'citizens of VCissimmee will be 1 .. "" 11

I 11 i r Sunday ... . . 90 57 in the city .Monday greeting hip -many thews of Ocala spent last week in this, pained to leam.tiAt Mr. J. C. Stan. .-
friends and city visiting Mr. WilfMcLaughlin and fold J'1' !" Spokane, Wash, on the The U. S. Government has bought l
' Monday. . . ... 91 63 . family. Mr. Jones, who is a black. 6th April the night he eponset
reached that
I !i); 'rueed y. .". . .. 92 67 . Mrs. Bette1 Modie has sold her farmto smith 'by trade, was most favorably city Mr.- d Mrs. Stanford spent the \ Paroid Roofing every year since 1898- ften

IR9 Wednesday. . 90 68 . Ralph Sellars'of .Green Valley, and impressed with our city, and will) prob- winter in this city, coming here from atniUjoivsquare feet at a time-for use at
I expects to remove to Kissimmee. Fla. ably move hete'and Ijecpme a Spokane for
, ; permanent Mr. Stanford's :
j Thursday . . 78 66 .18i health home Alaska Panama and the Philippines '
fall. J ,
I next -C nterville ((0.) News. ; resident. which had been Improved greatly when
.;). they left. They left for th the coldest as well a* the.hottest climates.Do .
i I Regular monthly-meeting of the Vil Matters pertaining to the welfare of; e northwest'
r yg .. : much against the advice of their: friends J J
I lage-Improvement Society will be heldat Kissimmee will be presented to the as they knew the cold weather of the : you need stronger proof of the wearing qualities, economy,
the House meeting of the Board of Trade at its
"""" "'' Chapter on Tuesday afternoon northwest would Paroid affords
---- '" undo all that the sun and the satisfaction that NEPONSET Roofing
May 9th, at half-past 3 o'clock meeting Monday night, in which every
shine and
I citizen io interested and those who do balmy air of Kissimmee had Do. you want proof nearer home? We will give it to yow.

i J THE= LOCAL FIELD. For sale-Peas, early bunch speckleand not attend will have no license to regis true accomplished, for as stated, which above theory death proved too We will tell "you where you can see a NEPONSET, Paroid Root

j i I late running mixed clays, $2.20 per ter a kick against- what action those !I him the night of his! arrival, there.clame4 See how it looks learn how long it has been ori-and' hear what
I Renfroes, Ga. 1f-2t-pd!, the owner has to say about it.NEPDN3ET.
. '; ------j Mrs. Nellie Hayden albert --;- ... %%%44.-%% % I Capt. Will Knight commander of a ville, Tenn., is spending some time in have been stopping in Kissimmee most i AROID

; Mr. L. Summerlin visitor I government dredge now working in the the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. of the time during the last six months, Roofing .
wall a to
Caloosahatchie river, is in the city fora II Cohoon. Mrs. Halbertspent her and having looked over some of the .
our city last week. 'j Jr J-] week with his family, who reside girlhood days in Kissimmee, and will be different localities in Florida, have U sold_011 proof not promi* .

Our classified columns will be found I here. leasantly remembered by our citizens. come to the ponclusion that Kissimmee ,,it..' PAROID RootflnB (for the NCPONSCT: PROSLATE ........ for
\ particularly interesting this week.Mr. an Miss Nellie Hayden. is all right for them to make their fool r od Bidet ol barns table.., poultry tool mod aid, of realdaacc ud all build-
I Tax Collector C; L. Bandy informs home permanently, and will build on dIn.... bUt in color. Costs !Ices then lop calling for artistic rood and ildlnrLook ,

Harry C. Sloan! has been spend | the Gazette that collections; have' been -Mrs. Clyde Watsonof Mulberry, for- their I lot on Verona street next fall. bungles. Itealeti fI.o. . like.. shingles. wean like alal.
few the exceedingly good, and that very few Business matters calls them back totheir For brooder hou..-.. shed and temporary N.os.t-rwATt7tPooraelwI.g: .
ing a days in city this week. j moxlv Miss Lucy Thomas of Kissim- building* that rcqulro Icm-covl: rooniiir.uarNEPONSET .
delinquents would have to be advertised old home in Pine Island Minn., raic for UM under clapboard and shin-
rae*. and sister, Miss Eva Thomas are RED-HOPE Roofi Far
Mr. J. II. Redditt left yesterday for this year. iowvisiting relatives at St. Cloud.' for which place .thev left on the 1 p. .superior cvrrr tow tarrtd ',,11. It aka In wails ol residences etc. Kepoaldampnea "
\ Maitland, where he will upend the sumIncr. m. train Tuesday. Mr. Newhouse h..born the .'. ltorto < roofiotf for *. cold and draught. Cull lutl
i Mr. John F. Gilbert, representative Mrs Watson has quite a number 'of he says twenty five year bill. one-third. '+
YienVls only came here for the winter, but r
of the Florida Flower, an illustrated in Kissimmee, who are over- after considering about in / F.W. BIRD SON, EM WaJpoU. U-
Mr. Fad Bass in joye at seeing her once again in our wintering
returned to the city magazine published at Tampa wa the North hereafter, came to the conclusion

on Monday from a week's trip to St. : the city Monday and paid l the Valley little city. that Florida climate beats
\. Paul, Minn. Gazette a pleasant_ call. other state inhe and any For Sale By
Mr. C. E. Franklin closed a deal this Union is good

The regular meeting of the Board of I 1'I,, week by which he disposed of practically enough for him. He says the people 1

Trade will be held Monday night. Your Mr. Robert Dont'gnn, manager( of the all his rempining 'property interests have treated them nicely, and they ap W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY
presence is n..<-tled. Hopkins cattle, ranch which IB locatedin in South Carolina. The sale was preciate their good will.
. the southern part of the county, left made to Mr. Isaac Copeland of Clinton, /
Capt. fj.; t). Francis is having a cement for the ranch on Monday after a week I 8. C., who came here to make the pur- Old papers for sale at this office, \ w

Kiiicwulk. laid In front of Ins property spent, in the city with relatives. chase. We understand that quite a 20 cents a hundred ,
on Emmett street. I large sum wan involved in the transaction I I'I
Hon. E. L. Lesley' after being con- -
I e
... Mr. and Mrs. W. (;. Krapo and MI-P. fined to his 'bed for a week from sick.I '
M. J. House of Kunnymede were visitors ness.. Was so far recovered l as to be ableto I County Commissioner W. S. Pearce, LUMBER\' LATHS MOtJLDINGB .H."Qui..

to the city on Saturday.If appear on the .streets yesterday to representing" the Bassinger district, 'I : r1 R R ,.altlw atlia k
the pleasure of his} numerous friends. will in Kissimmee this week in attendance ra
I you have anything to sell, or wantto \ I upon the regular monthly meeting Ii. I I13t
buy anything let the public Ijnow of Plans and specifications have been received of the commissioners. Mr. Pearce says
it through our classified columns. by the City Council for the building that while things are moving along ata

of septic tanks to dispose of the I ery rapid rate irj/his district, still w
Messrs. G. M. MacDonough) and I It. ,,, cite sewage, and an advertisement; fo' rain is badly need tr i a't GMT
"I I. -- H. Ludlam spent Saturday in Orlando bid for their construction will be foundin business matters this issue. Mayor H. C. tanford made a timely
McftJ&ir & Son
suggestion atxlhe Auditorium last night Formerly ) i

last Mrs.week A. B. Belt was called to Atlanta I Mrs. W. A. King jid'son B. F. Kingof i when he catted upon the citizens of KisslmmeeJKS ( Dyal-Upchorch Building?., Jacksonville Florida
by II telegram announcing | Miami have been spending the past contribute to a fund to be,
the serious illness of her sister.. two weeks with G. It. Lawson and lam used'tri purchasing a suitable curtainfor Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is n ade from the best timber in Florida, is well man-

I fly on Milliard's Island. Mr. King lie stage. All who attend, the exeixfises ufactured and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload Iota are exceptionally; good.
Col. P. A. Vans
Agnew is spending nays Kissimmee is one of the mOlt pros- this evening will be given an
the weVk in Tallahassee, taking a peep' perous cities in the South 'Opportunity td contribute to this worthy ir
/ at what our legislators are doing. cause. ,

Mr. A. W. Winn returned Saturday Mr. R. W. Simmonsot Whittier spent ----- -
on Kissimmet -
from week's his last week in the city attending court. The best ball team of will ,
a stay at
orange the line to Orlando this --
and Haskell. Mr. Simmons speaks in very optimisticterms journey up .. -
grapefruit grove near
of his section, saying its progress afternoon and play the strong Orlando
Col. P. A. Vans Agnew returned now is far beyond what was expectedit team and expect to bring hack the i
home Wednesday night from a business would be tep year from now. laurels with them, but if they do they
trip to Jacksonville and Tallahassee. will have to play faster ball than they '---- .
Mrs. Alice"Jo'rdcn'who was formerly did last Friday afternoon. Lefty Kulp ( -

, There are quite a number of visitors Miss Alice Bronson of this county, diedon will be in the box again and' endeavorto .' ... ;. , .) '' s
.. Monday Fort and her turn the trick on them. / /' " ,'.'. \" ,
." in the city this' week attending the near Myers, : "' ":'

j. High School commencement, exercises. remains interred were, (in/Pl.brought asanf'here Hill Tuesday cemetery and, Fellsmere Mr. Stanley the Bullock east coast has to gone to Sj1Wjilimr! .

on accepta < },
Mr., and Mrs. I.'N. Tison of Mont.yerde.apent' ., which is)about ten miles east of thi pobition in the surveying corps, whichis -r J. .
., : ,
Saturday and Sunday here city. / now at work dividing the large holdings / -
the guests of their. son,.Mr. Seth Tison. : of the Fellsmere Land Co. in e'.r ''i
I Mr*: P:: M. Blake, who has spent the -l& .
small tracts for colonization purpoli r
Mr. A. E. Drought, St. Cloud's live' winter in this section left yesterdayfor is of Kiasimme rlghtest J.w
Stanley one
his home at Hastings, Mich. Mr. ::.
; real estate and insurance agent( spent men and his friends con- 1 '.
young y
Monday in the city transacting busi Blake is a regular-winter,: visitor to our hjjn-"fo .
fidently expect make I
ness. city, and attributes his-good I health to

our balmy air and ever present sup- Mr.-A.- Bass, commissioner from

Our good friend, Mr. Z. Barager of( shine. the Peghorn district, was in the city
St. Cloud, was in the oity this week I Monday attending the regular meetingof
and made the Gazette ofliM an appreciated 'I Col. Hampton Jones state feed inspector the Board of County Commissioners.Mr. r ,
call. was In the city Wednesday Bass says that if we Kissimmeeites
/ (I looking after the character of feed our ,, Cease hustling-a moment St. Cloud will
Mr. A. M. Story has purchased the merchants are selling. It is rumored' lead our city in 'population before the I /
Glover property in' South Kissimmee ''I that the genial Colonel is contemplating I end of 1912. But then Mr. Baits comes

which he will at unce convert into a announting his candidacy for the goy from that section, therefore we grant '
if- truck garden. ernorship. him the privilege of boosting Kissim- .
h I mee's infant sister, I
\ Mr.. J. N. Calhoun, formerly in the ,!, Messrs.'J. II. and O. 'H. Muntz FRO T PROTECTED
shoe business in Kissimmee, but now ;, father and son, of Greenville, Pa., were Mr. Willis Chandler Bassinflper one
a genial knight ex1'the "grip w ,lln i' in the city a couple. of days at the closeof of Os-ceola county's school commissioners .. .

the city this week. last week. These gentlemen are was in the city this week for the FARMS ...
.t touring Florida prospecting for a suit- of attending the regular monthly SMALL
You are not helping to mak able place to engage in business as well purpose of the School Hoard which
from meeting .
'' I ,,
i mee grow by keeping away the' as reside with their families, and ex- was held on Tuesday. Mr. Chandlerpays
Board of Trade meetings. It is the pressed themselves as mor'e pleased times were never, so gOOd beforein ......

; only organization that is working for with Kissimmee than with any other his section of the caunty as they are -
the general-good'of' our city. hey had visited. :
and that
I today, expects Bassingert and .
i will be incorporated within the next /
I -- ----- --- - - -
yearA :..---- > .
j jI
box social will be the ladies
.I given by i :
of the Presbyterian church next
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock in the LAKE FRONT :
j church yard, to which the public is cordially -
invited. Judge Parker will act

jL4ci. SALE as auctioneer of the boxes, which is a HOME SITES J"I
I guarantee that the a(fair will be afinen- *

cial: success, and no one questions but
what it will be one of the most enjoyable -
entertainments of the season. .

: ,
Messrs. Isaac Copelai and W. M.

P. M MECHLIN, VAL., TORCHON summerel; of Clinton, S. C.: boyhood I I
. 'I friends of the editor, gave us-a most
agreeable surprise pn Tuesday morning i
f and other varieties at' by dropping into the Gazette office ;
/ ,
inannounced. They were here en a '
brief visit looking over this section of .'.
Florida, and were under the chaperonage -
.,. of Mr. C K. Franklin also a former 't t
townsman of theirs. / "
> :e" 1

Miss Camille G. Mcrriion arrived in w W 'iI'.
our city last Saturday evening from I 'r Is
Oldtown where she has been teaching ( 1
\ school for the past four months. In a Ask

. I i ,few weeks she expects to leave with st ,
Mrs. E. O'Tatmaji\ for Benton Harbor .

f'': Mich., where they will spend the sufn- .
6thKATZ'S mer. Their many friends here will be .
to have them leave, and doubly '
sorry Kiss
Land Com
mmee Valley ,
: glad have them return in the au- pang

Mr. William Moore of Whittier was
In the city this week looking after J. E. MATTOCKS, Vice Pres. do Managery '
t. business matters. Mr. Moore stated 'I'III

that he had just returned from a bear

hunt in the Blue Cypress section with KISSIMMEE' FLORIDA
his friend Tom Cason the latter having -'
lost several hogs recently through \ -
l' I' the depredations of bruin. On this ,1 : i
trip they failed to find) the bear, but
1j had a good time and expect- try
again in the near future, when they

,' .....!: will go better prepared. 1of

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j PHYSICIAN. and SURGEON Peculiar Life of M.t..t the C.lobrattd HAND GRADUATION 1'r

Italian Poet.MoUstaslo Rouglt. Sold and Exchanged.
Office OaceoU .
'I .
over harlnacyPNONESi I : .-t.
1i i .' t (1608.1182)tbo); celebrated' Also b large stock of Windows .and.OXFORDS .
I I \ [Residence PUMPS : ....
j, J' t dramatic oDd oiwratlc Poet,' I .. r rofflce,!! us _. l ] npc etc. '
. ... ,. .. .. t Suede" .":' "
I!' -- trAr' Ave j-enrg in VlerfinMi the Martinet Come in and see ns before bay in .. ; Velvet, Cravaijette, ,
family.without ever: learning German leather -
.. '; I Estate and Patent 1
... L. 'WJNN \ 'Real '" '. One Dollar Saved is One Doll i' .
'fi, W .' .. or, 'I41llllJ1' to ]loaru it. '. S
.tI Bfalikvt' bin, utter ludllterenco to all Made. Let us-prove to you e, .' For-LADIISa ?

PHYSICIAN{ and SURGEON: ., speech but Italian, Melaataslo |''Q8sejK- cart' save; jhetfl I lor'you. ." ,. '"

ed many l peculiarities of character, "'OPPOSITE,: PO8TO MCE! >..'. Gun Metal Pumps and Oxford. '
; '. S None nil KI! t lupnllou( death' In his pros- '", .
1 Orrtom Paott' 97. :. FLoama.l : enco. Those who Alluded to ,nmnllpoi 'M., D. .Wis LSD & car I '. ((NOTE-A map li just as young as he feels.)
", before Mm ho, outdo .
!'I l '' again.n all lit* flfty-flve years 'a .,

''t. 'F.O/THOMASON 1. 1. W. THOMPSON Jn \11.1\.11'0' he never gave away store I_. '. N.Cirssrire t )',Ull-1Ji.1(o dtlk service '
. - - -
j tlmn tho equivalent .of $2to: the -

I'A' y' 'PHYSICIAN I and SURGEON 1 1J poor. Ire always occupied the name z. I. c LZIIST.ERi : .The Oply EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE; in 'KiwimmeeL. .

seat nt church but never pnld for it. 1 :mee.s

: 'f Phones '74'and 3. Residence 126DR. FUNERAL UIUECTOKAnd lie took nil Ills meals In the most inysterloti '
J .Office ell DrllleJ' CO.
? privacy. Ills greatest friends ; M. WHIDDEN I &.

had never soon him cat anything but a

J.;". W. !:SIMPSON -JrENS .D-B'ALMER: biscuit with i dome lemwnadcj, Nothing prcpafi'il to drill , P r

. DEN'TIST. : would Induce hluv to dine away from ARTESIANWELLS
home. He never changed/ 1ils 'nig or

h |9ppo itt' Courthouse the out or color of hIs cont.I IMern ." / in section of Florida.
F f Upstairs In Katz Halldlnjr S any WANTED-A- RIDER AGENT
tnslo wji* Id bqbeen presented
I II a. ni. to 1 12 m.
1." OFFICE 'HniTH-i-: f r 1:30to'l\:30p.\: m. I to''ttJe' |poj'o|; the 11uhe died find '. '''KACM TOWN and district torido and exhibit. a sample L trat Model

,.e' .!. Telephone No. Ifl\ . JuP 5, Ivr. KISSIMMLEE -II FLORIDA raved about the Intended/ ; Interview lir/ "..nj r"bicycle furul bed by os. Our airnutiererywliara" U' ma'Wamnneyfart
1 > ,, IYrt.9.1.llJ._. *.... lllfltfrt..... ( fr
.. .. .. . t =-= ..- the delirium of his 'ust-inoinenla. btpd. NO MONIY REQUIRED until you reoulro. and approve onrottr'
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I A W. W. CARSON ---- Ploz7l (rninllliir torondelof IJosjyelrs Ten years of successful Well bicycle. ,We hlp to anyone anywhere> In the fT. 8 .."h..... ...,I..*...
p-: DR Guarantee of.: In advanceprr.rh.Ia.andallow TItJI DAYS' FREE TRIAL
Drilling/ ,a my during
"IJfe of Hr.
flORiDAREAUSIAIEfORSALfUeautiful JobiiHon" ns )
Ability to produce the beat' .which time you may ride the bicycle and put It to any lout you w'lull.
DENTIST collected thoso( particularsram! the Indies If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish, to keep the
'j. of results. ..1..I..hlp It hark to pu rckIaai"and..,,. wal.w ....>...<..<.
situated I the
b' .It' .- s sinter. home Bites Maniocs: fa-mllyvwlth FACTORY PRICES "efnrolHU'UioblirheHt grade bicycle. It la
1' Office over (;&Ie"8 Jewelry Store- Florida.) whom MctflHtnttlo wns ftiyt null' domesticated OHYlhle to make at one small proOt strove!
of in the Lake Region/ oj .. actual factory_t.. You Savo|IO to a 2J mlddl.'m..II..IOJ-olils l bp l>
Office !lours: H-I. 1i -!; Lands / without xponkliyr' or IIlIdl'rl and Farming in large IndlrtcCofu.sndhsvothemaaufacturuf'aguaranuelbl'htndyour
.t' OftJee "hOl riteaidenee' trucking ,I Ing a word..of their I>i1itiua! ({ from .first tWO AND FOUR INCH lucycle DO NOT. BUY. blcyclnor a pair. of tlivs from ..r... at ..,
\ small tracts. until ..
23 J or to last / you revolve our catalogues and learn our unheard of/ < "
..- -- WELLS A SPECIALTY .r nta..
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY ,OOa1MILL BEASi01ISHED."".".,..u lwvm.' oar lxralln81. ealalnru... ....
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1kf/Ylntr/ ..- _. .... _.. .... ,....
J. 1\1. 1VILLSON )14 Lint your property with me for quick TlaU TE IN. SIAM.On .1m....., h...n we, a'.10....". ml '101...,..._tt.N'.."""....001."'.....xr.A.hrt'......'...,".,
11 I / Box nMnm mlM. thed.waLM.DKt-Br'"i 00 all our UDd<>r jourown O.o.e.yl.waduuhl.. our yrluet

I NOTARY. I I' salt s. Hand and Kn... Before the King f. 344 SIr.OND..NANO f ?y t"*:; !W.! *.""* iwtuiarlrbaiHliawwwiil' h.nd ,' ...,.... tail......1lrn.inTT hu. .
'e : apnt.r obnd tolitSlVwto'I ,"our Ch.ea.n' "".!'...>.... 1 bin......._.out 4 A
.. pnmptlyM vrluM>
Wi's the Custom There.Isrhnpx :Kissimmee Florida ate. ...
l STAT/t AT LAUGK..A Long : : iBflnf rronj reler is.rrlpem..1.,0 ll "m.!. irr' ... ,
H. M. Breaker & Co. .) >. . ..
t ll h.' most oliKlunnry reform CST > BRAKF S t.gUlpneatof!>< -l..! d p*< l ,p.rl.. ropalra. .4

y ., Real Ehtate Agent. carried 1 out liy; the late king ofSlum S Puncture-Proof i
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Hedgehorn 8!!
Box 175 KISSiMMEK.! FLA.
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FLORIIA J ) ; ''1 nan I the abolition of the arbitrary
f 4 KISS.JlM"E.; -I
_ _ rule of HlqtiHtQ. whkh forbade The Home Bakery Man I Sclf-hcalingTircs ro rSAMPLE PAIR 4
I I'' an Inferior In rank/ to rake, Ids, fiend 1I ""r

I P. A. "ANO AGNEW w. n "'RANVORDf "' abo\fvtlint of n Hti]><>rifir or. even Wel I "... .,...... /Irlre.fii. tA ..Ii I.
Tllk this $10 09 ........ ... .
's opportunity tofthank prv pmtr M /
)1 AiNEWAWH; / >lW.t. s. 11BUUJJCK I "fI'Hh It. The Inferior must nut' con wln" ..II........d.NnMN ( the good ,' pl.of.lhis for ,
I..t. VANS pass ocr n brliliro while 11 Kiinerlnrwas p city NOMORETRODBLEFROMPUMCTORES '

'I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ,\III<1l'rn.'nth It, nor miiHt lie colter their liberal patronage and would< NAILS, T.*li.r_rola..will Mot l.t ...1.wt. 4 h'tf
/ A hundred LhoutanU auld l I lust
REAL ESTATE I 11 room InIII/ upper story;\ while n snporl also take this means to say thatour DCS RlPnON. III.d..ln all f'.ar.. It J bIs +
t om,-'s' 1,1..r. CItlenr slant IInll.llnK <,ir tens orrnp\lii, ;\ ( n room benonthIt limited facilities for makinggoods lively and easy
m'.m.. .*. '' I riding. very dnral. and JIIKK lu liin. wasiHi lib '}''''h' \J"'blD"-'f,' .:' r
'FI"r\'llnl. their ; '
KiKsimmt J.'lo.idat" ) n""runl'lII',1 maafers i'' > .J
will (for awhile 'lalfjuallljtof
'CExamination;} ( prevent ) our I'I'gl'nerllllit'liv'ry ruhlrf-r bleb inner IH
[ I N S E I, on hnndt. and l knees. Thisns" comes porous II nil Nhleh, loses un, small.
, to.till part of I the IMI 'tun-it without allowlnirtlioclr' tu
torn Is by no mean obsoy'to today In 'h' : I
I :
J. I.. Mla/\. II. "1. "gala' H. rity Quality and variety will \\o \n tiniuln Us t>f li Mcrs from, ftallHflocJ cuaWwera r 'Notle*tH*thick rt.dsLatlug
of Titles a epltc of the royal edlot for many of 1"1 t thnt hirt In-M liavwtily" |gavel iniuuwMl' up onrot A"andpunotur alrla.
the pnnrrftll noblnnlin l Il\ofnr maintained. alwayu Our nice > tWI'-.. III a .pule. wav>n. 1'liny wcluli, no moor than and"0" alao rim strip "H"
t" lVlOON & (;;EIDERATTORNEYSATLAW:)( an ordinary tin. tb."ullctu..n..I"Unll'qupI/ties. Ixlnirfircn to prevent rim eutti n.. This
/ I away/ front the. court ntlll. enforce, It. liy M'vcral layers I of I"tn. ...""I"lIy-liropan-J,: tin will outlast any Dlhr
; Specialty. In 1K71 the it trig! held n In rge ourt, HOT) ROLLS and BISCUITS 011 tho tread 'I'h",11...r r.rlco of tb,,,,,, tire ...."._.OPT, e LA*TIC and "'-
If It 110" 00 jar pair, but f.ira at whlcb no ono Pretest' '' preniinied" to Also HOT BREADwill making a. .1'.lal factory IOrJ.. o Lo the rider of only It 110 per VIIII' All ord".l1h.-' same
Office Slate Bank C<5rreEDondence day letu r I" n""a'tled. 1'.u .hIp C 0 U
Building/ appear otherwise than on hnnds nnd ... on 1I111'l'oyal.. You do not pay a "ut until a'011'
Kistllmm..l'. Florida knees It was /at thin iiudlem that be bavo"".""......"..h.nd.._roond...its pmronolttL..ei.rmn.Ylo. . .the 1.11.r/...4.S. ...
ready morfiinds antljafternfrons. : p.lrl ; PULL c.
/ W'TH ORo a .,.d.nemo. this......r1I-"L \,u ins nn rink, to per lrrn.rn....
the etllot forbidding\ the rnstoni wns oiInl u. a. on' the tin. fly
and a nice varityof PIES] retUn.W.1011"t"u': If \ nut.. IO... . e..minatlun' N'.aw IOVfnMlr r..ll.hl.Iwl 1
: : :
read to the primtrnte mutt lhtde. They .ni; m"nrr.nnl :: a.e..Iq :=:. IT1'.u: ants.:,the. tin. reu will 5.1 lh.t. the,will: rid.:
F. KRIBBSATTORNEYAT e.sur' nm .wear better mast Ie'S ,.. .
G and CAKE Parties and Wedding :: = nue. Si no ii. you La. erne Used or wn.taa .'
there nail] then rose and stond. like w. know... rem .III I M o.Olt pi rho.Mnrnu..ol.. hmrcls rou w111 pre a. rearunder, w.;::
ton- 0.a trial oM.r at onrw 5.5Oahln rnmark.t.l.
.1. men In the presence of their Rovoreltn a Kpecmlty inn YOU NEED TiRES dnn'hyanykind. ... 'tiro.,offer.....,...._ ..._d'.... OI''n"" ...._,
.. ...I..l. .
time record ....... .1..1' tI.o .. "' .,at I,..ntarr.I'
h for -tlip first fin Rlnco ...H. ... wrlh. .. mnlneh..torv\
: 0. far.0. bit' 1i .rod H..11rr t4t.luga.whluk' __aed. .
t Ilnde., .,... . euot all iU.5r
of tines of
Room 12 Secon Floor A. .t halttheweual prin. .
State dank li mlding'w. : In all kinds of Real Estate. thd thep roynl there audiences.has,\ 'bi-en no But prostration If n( nt SMITH, DO NOT WAIT ..."." ....--7.' oo Nor TNINRorot: . hi..,....ofal. ..kaIr, 0'
superior bd -
Fire and Life Insurance and stops' to su| >nlc to an Inferior In ARLINGTON AVENUE "
Armour's Fertilizers Rent- the street the latter will still bend or Ji.:L.MEAD CYCLENCOMPANY;; i 'OILL;

ing and Collecting Rents a lower his Lend Ju some way ns n

S. HAR ELL Specialty. Taxes paid for mark of rl'"pl'l't.-- Londoti Rattirdny 1 :..- 111-1 at .

"NoiTresidents. Review -

i I, Notary PublJ t.T r ge R. O. MEEK Spoilad In the Making. I
t : Behold, when n mOil t>n a trolleycar
OtJIce over tober"o 1i' Pharmacy Kissimttiee Fin.I removed l his hat the other day little
Willie observed that he was bald-yea, H. STANFORD COMPANY I'

very bald, for not n single hirsute.rnmblfT -

) trailed over bill shining pule.
JENKINS & WOODHAM R. S. RAINS But when It came to whiskers the To exterminate Bed Bug, Carr'ic. a* Complete, a Lino of

f : TAILOR 81-IOP bald party was right, there with the Roaches- Moths, Ants, Mosquitoes ,- .. II
*r lilacs. lie had whiskers In bundles leas and all class
; cut and make clothes to a man's DRY GOODS,. NOTlQNgFURNISHINGS .t. /I
' ' whlsben s In stacks. In fact, bo bad ot vermin. j ..
: measure. I do the beat steam clean. .
enough whiskers to start a rat factory oj ,
,'I' 'Surveyilig Iand ing in, town t dye color., I do 'f.t.J'/r J.
\ ., *" { "I' ,hI any and make n fortune. To kill and, prevent Tick, L- ' M!
'' kind of repairing. I clean' Hats '' :
I any finallyrematrked .
: ' "Say mamma,/ ._Elena,__Lice and Flies on C '
": : :- ''''Drafting I have two of the best Tailors in the Willie turnl(iK ta his mother *jui't Animals.To SHOES and CLOTHING -, I II

r South. My place of business is in rear look at !Hint man t there." I

+' '1 'of J. II. Redditt's Jewelry Store. "IIu8h-elenr!" returned, mamma. "He kill and prevent Fleas, '
will Lear What's the matter with at can bo found In Inland Florists
jou. 'lice and mites on Fowls.
!, and ttcll thorn
PHONE NO. 210 .

CALL ME AND I WII COME FOR "KAerytlilnsr;\ Is the matter will him" To prevent the spread of -

ki FI.A YOUR CLOTHES. replied the ouutster( "When the angels contagious diseases.To AS CHEAP'' AS ANY :
rondo him they put hIs bead on f
t - upside down." Philadelphia Tele- disinfect Bath and Toilet I

I"I graph. Rooms, Sinks, Waste Pipes, .

: W. C- BASS Sprigg FlemingCLEANING His BluntBncheller Critic. Garbage Pails, Cellars, Kennels ...

Stables and Fowl
". Irving was Introduced one ,

p Wholesale and Retail day by n mutual friend to a western Houses.TO H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

lr !: Dealer ir. PRESSING. mountaineer."Mr. -
." DYEING ."* Uncheller" eiqlalmed the INSURE YOURSELF 'I
Kissimmee -Florida
'. \ friend to the mountaineer, "Is an author -
Fresh Beef Pork and REPAIRINGLeave of repute In the east." ----- -- ,II

"Oh yes," drawled the mountaineer."I .
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Fenole is used with : <
know of him. I was locked up In sprayer. .
word at my house und" cloche
i Mutton will be called lor and returned.' my: cabin bere by the snow two win -
ri ters ago and I only had two books to For Sale by YOUR DEALER or .
read the whole five months your book direct i if he can't supply you. -
Satisfaction Quarts. 75c Half Gallons!, $1.00 KELLEY'S KELLEY'S KELLEY'Sa
l PHONE 4.1 t. air," he said, turning to Mr. Bacbeller Gallons $2.50; ; Sprayer BOc. ; .
"and the Bible and I read them
f' -
r -- - -- through several times."
w v "Indeed!!" said the author a smile Manufactured only by ONE POST CARD FREE rw

of satisfaction wreathing his face. FENOLE CHEMICAL CO. .
y ,
Osceola Title "Yes sir! continued the old mountaineer -
House Painting ,. "and I never knew before Tampa .Florida j every pound of candy

how Interesting the Bible was."-Bt 16-4t .
:KGuarantee- x tJj
Company Paul Dispatch.Granada .
One letter of the word "K ELLE'\ 'S" on every l-

Paper Hatigiug Card. When you get the word "KELLEY'S"
Was Bought Ch.. >.
I I made up by presenting them tQ the City Fruit
DecoratingKalsominiiiK The Island of Grenada In the Brit ..
G. P. GAftRETT. Manager. B. DICKERSON Store will receive .
..:._ I I ish Went Indies, was bought by the [ you one pound of Red' Band r +
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j i French from the Carlbs by 'a 801 iI' ( ,.. Bra n Candy FREE! A pretty Girlon every card : .
makes the beat building blockin .
Real estate I treaty in the middle of the seven ent LL
- the South. They are made
,I Titles examined, and reported oo I'. century oDd the price paid wa .t out: of Lake Weir; Sand-coarse r

1 Taxes pain for ncm-renulent! Workmanship Guaranteed as bottles of rum. Esau's mess 0 and sharp-defy comparison. w Niemeyer & Wiley
Instruments r<>l .tiiir) to real estate tape wan a good stroke of bush Fared half and half and water .
Good the Best.:.
carefully) drawnCorrespanJence as t-
I Tho Caribs I'
-' comparison. proof. Will build you a concrete tJjSA3"al
f ted having sold their g t a d house and guarantee it to

: Solicited. 1 1I I vainly tried to get the IslandVbdc k YI be water proof and damp proof SAaTltDI: s",SAiI"133) ,

force. It Is now ono of England's oat i See my Fire Place Mantle -
h up --- C. H. WEBKINB 0 Boa I prosperous colonies In the West UAUes. Shelves. .
t Nu 51
"Y I '! ; I Works on .

t ,
) "" Youth Look hero! This homo i
f -t MOT//Vrf/ i -
I For that LINGERING COUtiH( take
A Nn hired from you 'tuna on to the pavement : ... .
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'_; Ills Meh N.aahw RoN.N Ann Iii"MNM TNIs I1.nedhl.M r Ian reef.+ ,GrIra. -s 1 i Horrio every Dealer time-Well he sees, you a don't motorcar.expect C. W., Griffin F NYAL'S WINTER COUGH SYRUP

akak. a n NItM So.hud II2 a horse to run up a telegraph pole or
paler 1, N u .1 Yrware hr.p' '.. A, r enn e h D. BuMer 1 I ""
aI. awl, C.a.Cor..d w nenn Nut, 1.hug, I climb n tree do you?-New York Jour- -f
rs Can Re- row drw.n f '
fin Aen.aWhok.. k I5.ten, .. n I., I naL I II '
F F5AMILY Groceries Contains no Morphine or Opium Compound.(
arO.I Rwi Or .S S SSn d
f. ra.ry .WKI.M1r I..pre.Gemt dR. .. ' ll. I It Suitad Him. I Relieve* soreness and( Irritation.

,wn.I wr.weN R 11 Mpr.r M kr.'r seer lnek fmwut tad I BARBER SHOP Silas-Say, did you ever see a gol A ---ANC- Heals Inflamed( Tissues.

4 ASHE DISINFECTANT CO durn boll Jest where you wanted It? ::: 2[ and( 50c sizes.
t Tf I the On Is FRESH MEATS
Taira. FI.oMIOA. Storekel'per-Yep; one you
'. Cold Drinks & C19J1rs I fer 81. Boston
ASHES RATSAULT. f, exactly all right me -

1 1 ", Alrk.rc r.r .r. a Transcript. 'KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. :A
S Sa Kissimme I Fla. Delivery Every Day at Any
; Iii' It requires very' little trouble to find Patronage .

fault That Is why: there are so many Nl'rtb Kissimmee, Phone No.8. 4

$4 .rl tics.-Holmes.
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an Intercut. la the property In Uill bill deac.c > ., .

Legal l Advertisements. >15>.a, defendant WHAT '.iCOSTS .;\.

Bill to-flemoie Cloud from Title. S b.
To All Whom It Hay" Conuern: ,

,b' Order,ofiPublicationIn It appeal-lug from the aworn bill complaint To Live 'in/Kissimmcc' and Wages The Land of Rowing Wells ;
the Clroult Coilitof' Oiceola County\ Florida filed tot tscsusethct there are persona lottr.Bated . .

_in Chanonrjr; Security Jnvwitruem Com lu /Ihe.propurtr Involvud 'In tula ult, Usually .Paid. "

. pany. a Corporation. Complainant,',s. Tb other tfian' the known defondaom-and that The --I"-' -' *-
4) fallowing table of price U M j ; :
Florid Southern Railroad Cornfariy, a Coi" the u tn..ftOf #ucb pemonii no Intermtedart near accurate as it Is
possible to obtain
Iteration, Frank Q. 1rown' Tru t"'*< and' >nknoWnt) ttie complainant) aid that relief liJirayed and (f" published for the information of.huee PROSPERITY follows.the FJow, If you walt) the'very best
Fraai Q. Brown mod nil p.'ioo. claiming* inIntere TO halir 1 Bill of complulu, as.laot,uQb of
In the property described In this bid' unknown defeodnnUt contemplating. moving to this city; land., kind nice loomy soil, so'easily wtffked.
Tttrur..., . .' . .. .t.a6 to t_.AO par bbl land that
fcomplalnt, Iettndaoti.Itho . Jt ti therefore ohdiVod that; all poraona claim Smoked llaoon ., . t3 to 110 cents per Ib The srrjws luxuriously land capable of pro-

F.lorUla Southern JUIlroad .,CompanyUreeling log an Intercut lu andio. the following doHCribedproperly Dry Salt ttaoon *.. 14 t/> 16 oenU per Ib . 11'I.. duclnaextra'ordilarx crops land In the ARTESIAN district, . ..6Ji J to'7 emote per Ib, ,. 'Where
I alluat* In County.0r.0.r,01., BUM of you can excellentflowin.j well .
Lima Beana .. .. " .,7 to"/I cents pm Ib : anywhere you .
This eana coming on to H beard 'upon\ Uw FIOIld..tCl-wlt; f Rloa... .. .Stoto.mtsp.ylb CheapestRoofing' have a mind to. put down. the' 'drill, where vod can have an
motion of tlM oornjiUlotnt lor an'orderof nubUcatlon | Lou five (5), ui.II\ ), coven (7)) and Dine (9)( ) Sweet Potatoea . .&0 to 7A centa per buahH .
.. Inch Potatoes . .4! to $1,25 buahel Is the' abundant flow of pure, healthful artesian water at any and all
,for"Mir rice on thC defendant,The* lo. ( of the Florida Agricultural Comp ny'a .ub Fraah Flab . : : . . . .to .J.j per Ib times then
Ida Southern Kallroad( ComiiauT a corporation dlrlaloii'of INdium thirty-two (U), tow Dahlp Salt Mackerel 1 . "..ItolOeperlbGrita come KISSIMMEE. Osceola County Florida,
under the lawof the Btat pf Florida and It twenty he ((26)aiiuth) tit range thirty-one (:ill) . :::. :.: ::. . .. V4eperlb I IM..I That Lasts Longest'You call on the Nelson Realty C<5,. over Citizens Bank and.they
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ap..rlnllll.t the Bftcurlty Inveninient Comp [ ek.t. do appear to Complainant'a. tilt of Beef . . . . .".". 12U to piteperlbFraah ISo; per Ib will driye you to where you can get all of the above advantages' 1
ny. in* Complainant nu InnlliuUxl auit and complaint herein .filed, on or before the Rule Freah Pork . .. .. .121.4 to The 1 per Ib : and 1 land where
DIed lu bill D'( complaint the CircUit Court day of August 11111, tow It, the 7th day of/ItJ.g. Sugar . . }} pounda for(1 00 can hiay a 1ower.prlced'r 'you can build your home on the Lake A
Dried Trunea . .8 to hoc per Ib front If you \ eslre, and enjoy the delightful Lake breezes and
.of Onoeola County Florida againm! Tbe Florida |, nut elae tbe .maid bill will be taken an con- Dried Peache 10 to Ib than ,RU- ER-OID-It
Bouthern 1t"lIroalComl'.n,., a corporation foamed. tItlii t Dried Apple:I 1C to l.1.l'V'I per per Ib has 300 Imitations-but you will: have the prettiest view down the' Lake you care to see. 'These '

Drown Truilc'e' Frank Q. Brown and ordered that thla order to Pure Lt.nI. .litotlIep.rlb ER.OID the mol t lands
)Frank Q. I further published find I.\U- are not only very prolific. but ,they have th"BOOST-
Compound Lartl ., 12 to Me Ib :
all persona claiming aw tntereit In the property .. on"Cla week fl'r twelve. (I UcouiucutlTe (. _Creamery S5eVevlb per economical to the long be INO" quaji y'tathat extent they will put gold n' shecketsn
In ibaaald blllur.oml.lalnldelt( the week In tbe Kl Kmuiee| \.1.... Gae..ttf, .a Black-Eyed Pea .. Ne per Ib cause it larta loneeit.
nfIIe. and residences of whom are to Ilia coin- newipaper publlahed 1110 maid Onceola Couutj.aud .. OnIon. '? fie per Ib; S3.00 per bushel your pockets, 'and.grow more v.aluableall. th. time. We-sell
I'olfea l'i'' to terms 'whefi
plaluant unknown for the purpono of renjlov.Ifg I of general cIJ'l'uIIUon.tllt.l.J county. Teas !iUe to doc( per IbKcroaene on necessary, that

.1. the cloud upon the title of tbe complain. i WllnoM Minor. Jones judge of aid Clr; .. lAo per gallon RUBEROIDRoofing any one can afford to own them, for we give the purchaseran

awl to the Jatidn' diwrlUKd" In the .Id bill; and cult Court. and my name. clerk thereof and thicken I1:...... .Friera . .ipa:> to Z6o 40oper to**dozen each! 1 opportunity to make the greater part of the moneyoff'theland

lyippcarliiff) further that a mibporna. ; H an. dulyTwnwl the official\ meal of ..ld.ourllbl. zoth day of Chlckena rrown .. .fi60 to HOc each I b fpre ' comes. S <
out of the mlilCnurt! dlrvxt to the defendant 'April A. nr 1911.. Corn ahelled- BOc per buahel ,. .

The FIorIdk'otftbcrU R.llro.ll'om' Arthur Uouegan Data! In aoaaon. . ..,. .*1.60 to 7llc,'J!per'111 per buahelOranirea box I Buy Park Garden '.
pany, a. prayed 1 In M\] bill and tbat the ,,alilaubpoona (PEAL] Clirk ol Circuit Court. Carpentera. . ".,..tlROtofltUBlackamitha I weatherand time-proof; Lands and )[
MB* pacodIu the hiuuln nf tin- SherIff 1H-I-J1! Ky Ellaaheth Johnalon., D C. f 11.51: to I,) 60 / la 0

ofiiItl. OocouhiCountj. and by mild "Slu-rlfl' returned U. P. Krlbb" Solicitor for Complainant. riearhla-Llnarinir Land Land-....(atujnpinv rrubblimllU'.WI to..'I Ji.lHI lt)(10( to per I2OIXIMan acre' 1 flre-resltIflg.! Become Independent" fpr Life

lmr..UHO the naoe could not l>e ,<>rvo<1. and Team . $4.OOtoSt 00Konea Suitable Jar any building- f IE YOtJ'W ANT..oRA'NGE GROVES we have "on of /fteen acres
owing to the failure of the Raid corporation to .and Muloi ,. .1.1 HI to $S.OO
.cl.l >rt any oUlocrs or appoint any nueull.' and Citation of. Administration. W.llon (Partiea hiring to fred acme$4(0andup) ( RU-BEROID: COLORED ; close to town that can. be had for less money than-it is worth,..and

further "becnuiM tile outy Known ofllcurn and J In Court of tb. ('nullIty Judge, State' of Florida.ratate Plows M.50 to will-ahow it to yo'u. and introduce you to the owner who iiIIdeal .

K6nt of thus. saM ro'rpnratlon havp brt>n >... or I.. II. wllllania, dcccaaed..Osccola, Teacher' ." to$3.r.0 i"6 a to month|1Z.111' ROOFING direct with you. U not that fair We want to satisfied, ..

cent from the Shttt.ol Florida for nioro ,than t'ounty by tneJudve .,Bald Court. I.I'' the only prepared roofing to and the '
Wood per cord / II.76 to Js dtftrrat) is to give you a bargain, and that la what we
Hlx (OJ months. loiuiutimiMly, b<'fore the toning Wll..r. .., A. brought bu applied to thla _. be had In permanent colors. will do will give'Us
do be
Court for I."".",. of AdminiHlraliou, on the -- .. ifjcu an opportunity to so. Tills can
of the Hal< "rll.Wbor..lor" RU-BER-OID
for the
eatateollv. II \Mlliaina dMiWHed: laluofaald bouRrO'for a little less than $10,000 on favorable terms of payment,
.. it In I licrtby, orde..-... adjudged The Kissimmee Library.The MAN-he aaaurra perfection
suit dorrm'tl I I hilt Ibe oil. 1 1 !h., Florida Sou< them County ol' OIK'colaIheai In roofing.! and Will pay for itself in. four good crops, above .expenses of running ri
tbeit-r jre, To rite .and admonlnh Kis*sHnn1ee Library offers; to its our Bo&ktot \
Railroad a rotJoOrHtioll, orL'Hiifxed and .*xr I are < Roofing the place. besides furnishing an excellent home. ThIs place Is less '
all and klndnd ercdtturi ot BubscrlberH a hat of over four hundred
tltmnlar\ the and forwarded on
A .tliiK under< thi- t 1.or tinMati' of Plorldn to the I fluid def.......<<.l to be and apptar before IhloCourl..11 books by tne best authors any or. all of i STM1'DARDPAJNT than:two miles from the! city; limits and just the "place for a delightful
hoenI III. lirrclj r'Mlul,1 to appear [
....1011.11I. of oulliplHltit i.tho| t SoourllT I Invoxtlimit or before tbo 2Ttb day of Ma)'. A D which you have the privilege of.reading _ THE and beautiful.! home with fine shade and pretty location.

and ilrfi'iid.. ..01.1 Hiilt of llioi l'iland! I file obJi-itioiiH) Ir any they have. totifl for only $2, which secures a single CO.
'OIllP'fly = Many other places [at from $1,000() to to
price care
or $5 a family memo any you pay
KrmitiniE of.i teller' ot AdmliilMlrHtfou on mMnbl'rshlr.
uIJuIIIII neuit. nt I fin office of u llio Clcik ('l IrcultConrtcif mid Omei'la' < ount}. Florida, meld "-.auntt4hersu lot1)10) taitnw ill be gratiledto I wrMhl Capt. French the librarian Distributor and get: your money's worth.

. I lie r th dayof Maid A K Drought or to euiuithcr fit !.er; will issue you a membership card for Write and will fit with
"t! IClaHlmnlvv IVirliln on Muntlnr ( the above amount. Library in State IOSCEOLA HARDWARE co.Kitwimrnto. UB we you out a description of the place
f .T uiue. A. l). lull I: slut, that tutfurdrr liv |>ul>' eon or pcrtmaWltucHH ,.-.d you n..,
1 lulled onee n wok VT-. li| efftC Of two (2)) u.y, name aa < ounty JudKe ol the Bank building. Etc d'l I _ _

month* prur, to th,jKMf>th ilit) of JII"". A l 1)-. niinly alunxaid i I, the !'llh day ..f April A. __ _ _ __ _ _______
l'III.ln the 1I I iKBlinnn'iBIB| )' (;nz0ttu. SuIeWmI.NhWr weekly I D I rill.SoHl. florida Maps. 7/
< .1F.. Parker
dr'ulatlo.Ul.1lolll') In ( )
(Vf KOIHTH, : I 1 I' .f ( ..ey .1.1", Upon receipt of 25 cent at the r 1
calf OHceoln Oxilily' Klollda.Ixme .. office a pocket of Florida Nelson Realty Company
II lid or I will t>e mailed to any in
1'..,1... ntid Sintc' ul I Fl..rl CHURCH DIRECTORYBAPTIST. United StaUta. can fucrfiHh OVER CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
M..r. b. A. D. 1911. maps of <)"ceola county at H eacH, and Verona and Or-
!II-"t: HUNOH '4. .IoN I t. JudneCitation.of wililje to estimate sectiorral
(flail maps I
-- ange avenue lot 70 x 1 4O.
of kind.
any I
.. 6-room cottage. stable and _ __ 'd U _
Admmibtratio n. Almoat Irreaiatible.ItrlfriT' .
I In blurt ,.' ,flu.- ....nly JlnliM-, t KltirulaO.ieuln I Bunyan Stephens, pastor ''-.-"'I.a I do you < ""I1".r l 1111101110' chicken house. Price 18OO

- i niiiiu. Ij:.<,lnl',. tif. I "rmliiI). Sunday the greatest of ipiiiptntiuiiH I 9'ril.gM'A -"b can remain on mortgage HOW ABOUT THAT

K-licU, oi-aMil l 1>> tin. .1 IniUvof Sni'l CourtWhlTiah. Hiblo School a.4.r a. nt.l'reaehung Ipno and defeiiHeli'sK umbrella HARRY W. THURMAN, OwnerTHE
W 11 m. and 7.15 m. GRITSTONE KISS1MHEE, flORIDA
a. p. 7
C,,lilt, for. Uetlpfol.I Atllil 'lipId rut. Uill.. oil. tIle ...- Old newspapers for sale at thin office IRRIGATION ?
B. Y. B. U. 6 45 PLANT
lal.. o'l' .rnl'l... I) hilick I dioi-aMtl Inte of : p. ,111.

salil <'ouuIut 7 .of I"e. coin. I Communion2d 2d Sunday. --- ,
- TI..-.,. an TliiT".,IonT. <>. .1 It* and, a.l nuotliu.iuill Monday- (after 3nl Sunday) -. -

andidiiKular I tli<. I.I nut rtul and rr(.( Woman's MIHS. Union--Devo. 3 p. m. .\ . We are headquarters for Gasoline En-
and ar b. r.." tliNctiart
kalil I cleieitxid 10 b" HIM Pumps, etc.
Wl"dnesday-aftl'r( lst Sunday) .
on 01 1",10.". t ht T>lh ,1M,\ of Ma)'. A. I). Let figure with
1 1911, mid II In ol>jc<'Ho"., '. I Ifuii iy they have to Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3 to5p m Special for One Week. _____________________________ us you.ULMER .

t&OKraiitliiK' of l...ltiTH ..f AdilliiiBlraliou, onliald Thur day- Odice and warehouse, Nebraska '

f.tal.', olh< rwlse I tl Ie mine will I I be Kl-imK-d" Prayer meeting7.W: p. JELLY GLASSES full size good glass, tin tops. Regular 40 Ave. and S. A. L. Railroad. MACHINERY GO,
Matilda '". FI..k..r to mmio olbrr tilp cents On sale for week at
to mid : per oozen. now, one per
Visitors always welcorrle.PRESBYJTKR1AN.' . 27c Phone 2126-L TAMPA FLA.
<*riDn (ir' t.. rionHWllniwn I dozen only . . le4t
my iminiai I ounl)' .111,1" "I tbe

'V (;......ty afonwald' thin I lu-l I 't h .ln 1 > ol r .\prllA. I i ) - ___ ______.4

S. Snyder pastor
(./'O. K. InrLir, ouiity JudKe '
Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -A. S.
1"11111'\1" r s '
Moon_AM.ilK'-r, You like good Coffee. Do you get it'? Maybe part of the time. I

Nelson superintendent. Wjth a Rochester Percolator all that is beat in Coffee is brought I WE LOAN
Notice of Masters' Sale. Church Service 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. out but none of the poisonous acids. Simple to operate easy to

Notice,. inenby! iflvfn thai under and by Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. clean absolutely sanitary, 'ahd saves nearly one-half of the cost .
laMilxl and Bible Thurs. pf Coffee owing to the fact that all the good of the Coffee U ex
virtue% of ..I"uol lderrce of Prayer study 7pm.
tracted. Acts like the old French Drip Process. Always uniform
out of. and tiirdcr. the .ea) ol theCircnil courtof Visitors 'most cordially invited to all
results and Coffee and full of .
flue Bi-venlh Judicial Circuit of the State of alwaysjflpar aroma. MOJttES

Florida, In and for OHCeola County, In Chan xervices . Take one home and use it a day or two. We will take it back

II, cell SIttIng,In a certain rauw the/cln pending ". ..if you want us to. . < i '

0.. ."wherein Robt U. Slv.gel' Ill guardian of the . METHODIST.., "i'., ', ', ' 1 A 1* 'Also eximiEiethe new Rochester Tea Pot. with!: tea ball. In To Buy Homes ntiS: I'55

eii'ute of Olivine Zella 8a.age, minor 8-ofllelo.oS.U compUloant Wm. J}. Funk, Ph.'D.'pas" 'I :: ,*,... :': .v, '* our window now,/ .., __ " '. PerC1Simp1e '
and Chan.: F. I're".tt aa 1
./ mlnwtrator of tbeeatateof C. A. (Cummlng tderi Sunday School 9:4518. m.-Prof. R. Interest. ; ,
IJI nKH. Jaeob CummluilB, Marl Willlmim and Preaching services 11 aT m., and 7"15: The Cash Hardware: Store
Jennie Frump an hel. tif wild ..Mj.le. and all .
p. m. No doubt you are. and have been for o struggling
penninii claiming, Iiiteri-Kt I In llio Irop..rtylllIbo KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
I blIP olromplalnl. ,lortted aru rwKpondeutu Boys League 1.30 p.m. scheming and planning how to get a home of your own. -

the uuilrrHlgntil.; an r-pm-lal Manler In Junior League 2 p. m. "Not the Biggest Store- But the Best." -

Cham i-u. will ill at imlille' outer)', diirlnn theloKalbourti ---$enior League 6:30: p. m. OUR PLAN is so simple, so easy. and so fair that you

of pale, Lokirethc Court. Bonned Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:15: p. m. will feel like you had actually found a home.
In oeM Qmecla '
"or, In the city ol Kuiairnnieo.
County on .Iay of June A. D. Holy corrfcnunion ever lat Sunday -I

]1'UI, I the followlnudeKirilxHl real c"l.t.. Bitna- You are cordially invited to each Of - Write us sor particulars.! -

ted III mid Onceolu County. Florida: All of these services. T -

bloo II, 1, J and K. of 11. 11. I'. UroiiHht'a, addition .**.****#**.********************4*********+**** .***. ** '
to the city of Kla.linn>*M, Florida ae .. '
. curding! to Iho pUt recorded of Hald addition In CHRISTIAN.S. 'SI .

II... County of Oneoola and htuteof Florida. I J. Vance pastor. :: ..ti ...

Term'* of halt. ca.h.Datwl I SOI-5
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Curry
at KlHilinmc-c lorlda. thin JlHt day J' Bible School 9.45a. m.A.W.. Winn, i Ideal Summer Fertilizing. i TAMPA FLORIDA
of April, A 1'.11'11. -
Arthur K. Doucftan I' superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assistant
# ; ____d_ .I
Bpoclal :N aster In CbanreryaniAKuawACrawfnrd superintendent.

\ .I Christian\, Endeavor every Sunday 5: Oranges Grapefruit : .
; I '
HolleltorrforConaplalnaot_ __\ ,Evening at ip.30 p. m. | Tangerines .
Prayer meeting and choir practice every C. A. CARSON: President rq, C. LIBYAN SECRETABr

Order of Publication. : Thursday at 7.00 p. m. *: "More Fruit--More. Money"J :
In the Circuit Court or.the Si'Vfiilli Judicial : The Waters & Carson

Circuit in and fort)ceola County. State of i EPISCOPAL.Kcv. is the title.of: our new citrus. book which will be sent free on request. : .
Florida. In Cham cry' K. l.amona .coin "
plalnant va F. Thorrnwon Krnent V. Alexanilur Davi
Henry Whorum, Arthur-Fell. All I, Services every second. 1 and fourth Sun- :: IDEAL FERTILIZERS IDEAL METHODS are not new. Their :

persona (claImIng under d.11, eaned. I day at 11:00: a. m. Grocery Company
John L, Hill or otherwise; soul elf pernom I Communion 2nd Sunday at mbrning :. value has been proven by years of field work, but there always are : ; ,

other than the auo\enaaiedpHrtk>KclalmlnK :: new points 'Ot interest to growers, which should be considered. '
Interest In. the in thin bill i't- services. .
all prupi rty
aorlbud defendtnta. Guild! meeting every first Tuesday.Uncomelim"nt.ry. : ONWARD and UPWARD is the IDEAL motto. We put forth'all : -Wholesale and Retail Dealers in'GRO.CERIES- 41

Bill to Remix Cloud froin Till''. our energies to give the RIGHT .
I arpoarlng by affldarit ajipendeil to tne bill 41-
of complaint filed In the buve ataled fauae. i I. :
that the above delendanti are 11011-roildeulnof "Ab Miss KUiel I can read your I : i

9 tho State of Florida vvhoHo rcaldouro In unknown thoughts, y'kpow." "Oh Mr. Cbump- ""

and who are all over the aue of twenty leigh then please don't get Insulted!" Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., i -- ---

one Y"".. .
It la therefore ordeiod that (Ibe. lion roidentdcfnndanta i I WE SELL WE BUY.
Jacksonville Florida.
the .....1 K.,\C;. Thompaon Ernekt' r -S :. :

V. Alexander lleury Whorl Arthur Foil, .. .

be.and they tIe Btreby "-Iulrll the bill of oomplulnt, filed In .MI II oaiiatt, on or I' .
before Mon.I,,)'. the rd day of July lull\ FURS .
Manufacturer'sAgent .
othorwlne tlio ulhiintloli| of maid bill will betaken ...................................................................a FERTILIZERS <. .
an .rcinfemei liv Mtld ilefeiiilHnt" .
U IN Inrt hu ordered,\ that thl< order bo pub. : WHAT IT MEANS : I, WOOL
Kissimmee Florida. SHINGLES'
liabed once work lor right l (") coneocutivewoks .
I : Many people do not know what a Bank Cr.p..all.. > for. or the difference be- I AND
la tho g".IIIIIIl.'alh'y hizette. a Fixtures Safes : tweeu a bank of little or no capital and one capitalA ORANGE BOXES
Show Cases .
nciwtpapcr pul>llHhi..l In ..ld\ county 1l1Io1.tate. '
: ThIN 2uth dn of .\I.rll, loll' Ty'pewriters.Computing ALL
> !Ie tba fund that protect the depositors from loan, therefore the larger it II the ORANGE WRAPS
iB-Bt Arthur F.. Ponegao Scales and Offioe greater. protection the dnpciMtora have. 1 1 hIm .bank.haa a !

Clerk, of circuit Court. Capital: of . . .. . .. .." . .1.1000000Bnrplna VEGETABLECRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE
[8KALJ] -itj Ellaab..tb'John.tou. 1>. C. Filing Devices. fund of . .. . ..... . 22.VX> 00 .
ui- Q. F. Krlbb, Solicitor, for Comp alnanU Stockholders' liability . . AO.OOO UO. CRATE NAILS
f rt.1i.
; SPECIAL AGENT FORLewis K A total of . .. . .. .. .. .. 'lU, OO 00 .
rNotice r
of Publication. Co. Thin meanH'that we moat lone 111 I .ooo.OO before our. depoaltora ooold tome a -
Upchurcb -
cent. This protection la for YOU. "
In the Circuit Court of 4he I Bevcintb! Judicial
Wholesale Grocers Hay and Grain. We sell.field and garden seeds of all klhds. .
t'lriuit. In and f
'In tiincenr... K. lmona, cOm, and --or- KISSIMMEJ5, t We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping. ,

plaln,. t.TH. F. TbornpMn, KrnflHt V. Alex'ilniler I parties.
KINGAN &, CO., Packing House Products : K''MMIEIIt. ....qp., *. .
If..nry'Wborw.,, Arthur, Folf.' dull Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
j>enona claiming an iiiterent undjjuC uhn'...Jx, I Prl... em Atpllcilloa tow GrOut "''lell.< I C. A. CARSON JVHN M LEE: N. B: CARHONPraaldenl I ;:
v. III. doceaaod. or ol a.VI"e.. All p rax' >tiiothebthan S Vlc.-Fr nlil..ot Caahifr We are county agents for good fertiliz&rs. AskI! us for circularapd
t thc above Dinned partim claiming"I ; 1' ...................._.............................................. prices on fertilizers. "

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4 Six Months Work" in the FEASTJtf fUNAnd 1 quick get sale into, and the game asked which Sheriff' that Prevattto !gentleman .

I did with celerIty', the result Classified Advertisements
being that the said II
Savage was
rChristian# Church Kissimmee a. Flow of Soul at Fowler'Parkon requested to'appear before Judge Jones -,

Saturday. and a jury at the term of the circuit '- ..

S court. .just ended..After, listening head of 5 Cents
are at rate
.. -.. i Advertisements inserted under this the
t j jI' Wh"JJudg 8 the evidence and arguments of learned
r Minor Jones Comes
. ; to Klssimmeo to preside at .the-regular counsel, Mr. Savage was given:'a berth per line each.I insertion; t}
: ..' term of the'circuit 'eou rt,- .Messrs. P.AA for three years in-a state convict tamp ,
: .
II : . ''' and Frank Vans Agnew at begin where he will for that time wear very .
.. . once: ;
:4'r'. ;::1;.! FOH 'MISCELLANEOUS ",
loudly clothes and answer to a {SALE
, r casting; around for a suitable place ,1 .
1 "' .1 1'r, a number;:: provided, of course the .
t: ,< to wind up the legal affairs section ? that '
e . .: :, ', many court does not<< him WADE, the tuner: Orlando. .
supreme grant a
with and of the E. M. F. 3400
'' a "big- eat, AUT >MOBILE-Run
) \ ,
it.. ; : ;
.e . . ': .1\-' ., I. : : \-..; \. ." ',. :, people I loojuwrtn a l longing gaze in their new trial, which his attorneys' are petitioning :- miles.looks like a new one and runs FOR -fresh fish, phone. the Rull tfass
"' ..\1'. ; directio with the that will ( ; it to do. better has .. 19-tf
.hope they speedometer
.top. No.,189.
'i, >.:. . ,' ; Market. _
; : : : '. .
.. . be included In. the liat of guests,'for' ---- h. eight-day clock .chimes.horn, '
'. .
.y :', I : ... ,' '_ ""': GET H. N. BRATTON to drive your
::' 'f" Ii'. f '.' 4 they know that whatever the 'Vans metal tool-box, two- extra shoes,one
t. : ." ';. ::1 ..:: Agnew brothers undertake Is done up BASEBALL extra tube Will sell or trade for artesian.wells. _

., ,! .+ .. ': ,'. in red brown and green packages- I' town property. Address, E. M. F? FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull ,

.! .-", .. ,. .. that is. It is a success beyond every Gotha, Fla 10-tf '_Bas. Market, No: 189.! I 9..f
i one's anticipation. l Interesting Game Played on the Kis- - -
lAM Marvel and
SEASONABLE fruits vegetablesat
of The "ea' this time occurred on Sat. (sole agent for Flour, the'
i'C. .,, simmee Diamond.The best flour read R. S. 19-2t Edick & O'Brien 15-tf
-, urday last at Fowler Park, across the .. Floyd !:
lake some five miles, and was participated -. YoTflwaJt- CARPENTER jobbing/ and repairing, .
baseball IF milk a'pplytttJ.
1 f In by Messrs S. II. Bullock, I>. season was opened here a good cow, I paper bunging. D. B. Calk illS, Ad-
last Friday afternoon with Lakeland ( l G bert 19-tf
A., Frank and l E. G. Vans Agnew, Jno. as crhdtLst.( near: Orringo st. i
..... M. ,LW, O. S. and M. B. Fowler II.Ct our opponents and a good game of ball I
I AM sole agfcnt for Marvel Flour, the '
wa pjayed considering the size of the ;: and fine at the *-
Stanford and A. E Donegan jol MUTTON, fresh ,
i est Hour ma le. R. S. Floyd 19 2t
.. lier ormore whole-souled crowd wouldbe Lakeland boys, who were about fifteen : I _Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19tf"WOOD

; I hard to find inhabiting this mundane twenty pounds lighter than the home KING Quality shoes for men at Cash! per strand, $1.2/; five strands

t sphere. Store. 1-tf
The 1.1,75.' Kissimmee Lurjlber Co. 29-tf
game was good, notwithstanding
The boats bearing the party left the
city dock about 2:30!:; ( p. m., and arrivedat the fact that it was the first Varne for .CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low Ff-)li-t typewriting' call on Mil'Jo'i Imo
k Act' the park shortlyafter 3 o'clock, the home team, as they had never .prices. :See: oV write II. Fleming) for 't .Morrow. Mabfttt sU 18-tf
f. after a most delightful trip. As everyone I.played, together, and did not know actually particulars, ,. \ 40 tf -- -
tr i what each\ other was (capable of CAHI'F.NTEI JolUNG"ttnd .
had immedia repairing.
foregone dinner they
JlANN.AN SHOES class shoes. I I
7i f doing; and it also showed up the strong are Gor.I\ work. See .lames. Church St.
tely began work on re { Call and :Stanford'' ; : ,
see them. H. C. :
and weak points of the
team could
past that luHtUfon provided and near Main St. 45-tf.
as .Company. 19-tf _
'x M not have been found out any other way. ,'
r.-fceTT irays, 'The grub tasted so -- -- TTciREEN
i Mond and there was so much of it, that of the game was the FOR HONEST and square deals in all Auto Carriage 1guarantee I
work of the Painting/
I I we all just kept eating until the host battery especially thepitching kinds of real estate, call on or write all work. Let
mot figure
; ; of fifteenstrikeouts
Kulp /
/ : having
I wa to leave for Kissimmee W. ]H. Farmer Box 322. 16-tf
ready at 7 i '
. o'clock. to his credit and his onehanded __ I I. with JHii I on that job. I O. Box
catclr'of foul '1 139: !> rkiMsS mi-e, Fla. 16-tf
a fly along the FOR
bargains resident
It does such men as those good who in property
are weighted down with business third base line; Meikle's catch of a line truck lands and,nt lJge groves call on ,, ANYONE anywhere, can start a mailordor
J t zr 1 drive and double play unassisted, andDuke's II M. Breaker K&Bimmee. Fla. .4-tf "
a/fairs/ to every once in a while get business, at home. No canvass

out into the open, mingle with nature home drive. SEE King' Qualitpho..s before buying ing. He your own boss. Send for free
r 1 and lay aside that restraint which life' The score stood as follows : Cash I 1-tf booklet. Tells how. Ilearock A 2144,

r + i in a city forces upon them. It makes Lakeland 00 010 010 0-2KisHimmee y Ix>ckport, N. Y.
them look on the world with a broader .0 4 IT)-1--(00 0 x-6 H. C. STANFORD, CO. are agents/ for _

r ; -i and kindlier feeling to sit on the groundand We extend our thanks to all of those the celebrated Hannan shoe .for IF YOU WANT SCREENS: ; > Osceola

chew on a ham bone held in the who helped us in patronizing the game men.) I lit-If! Lumber Co They make. them anysi.i1

t. fingers and tell tales of the times when along; with donations and we also thank and kind you want and,I make themto

I came from Carthage Mo., six men. Sure man. In homi', church. they fished for minnows with a bent the members of the band for servingus FOR SALE-A good young h..rsti-. Inquire fit _(Give; --Cfai-m a trial.!!! ___7-tf

"' months ago to Kintiimmee, Fla., mid I and temperance work pin and a piece of dough for bait They with music throughout the game as of H. Morrow Graves! (Hardware AN "
4- took: chafge of the work here with a ; We have paid outover "*';.VK on repair take on new life, these men of affairs; we appreciated it very much. Store. Ui-2t-pd/ monthly ( corresponding person may for earn $100

membership of thirty-one which bus I work and church indebtedness! bought I the cobwebs are brushed off their brain I (Signed) The Ball Team. No.. newspa-
Send for
increased to fIfty-two. There were'fi'vel I new song books. and increased the. pastor and the blood runs smoother through' SEVERAL GOOD WINDMILL out "pers. canvassing. par-

additions last Sunday evening I) s salary fifty per cent. This last their veins. It would be much better I fits to nell. Mil), tower 1>U1I11"Bullock. | tifulais. N.Y.Prefs Syndicate, H 2245,

It. Downing and his "better halt" by two by the grace of our Florida Missionary if more of us could really be a child HA.SKHAJ.I. I'U-KL'P.i. everything complete. S. Ixirkpnrt.

thirds and his son Harris also Mr. and board who are duplicating, this work in again "just for tonight, for things The boys ought to be encouraged for 2tf. ____ _, I FOR EXCHANGE; 3n! acres of land
f Mrs. J. U. Ferguson numbers of l Florida towns as rapidly as would"appear much (different and more taking the matter all in their own hands 'near Shetxiygan. Mich., for property

1 Dr. Downing came here a year ago they can raise funds to support workers of us would know that life was really and starting off so good.( "Stick to it, IF YOU WANT SCREENS! : see Osr.-.U in or iwar Ki"slmm.V.. A. Farmer

j from the "show me" state and liking in ields'whfte(\ already !harvest. worth the living. boys. you'll win out!!" : Lumber Co. They mukc them anymze square!,, dealer Kissimmeo, Fla. 19-tf

; the country so well he has since built a It is. a fact good f people and all Hy the time the next game is lobe I and kind you want and make them I
: fine "lake front" residence and, WIll should. know it, that Florida with her played, there will be a stronger teamon : to fit. Give them a truil.' 7-1(fGROCERIES. ":'IOXIIour: new. health, drink is a

f I make this his home. Brother. and J>i iterFerguson life-giving climate, great natural e- BILL INTRODUCEDIn I the field. : i We carry a full line, of splendid, spring .tonic; us well as &*

came here nix months ago '18 I sources (citrus fruits truck lands, grazing -. We the groceries, and stork alw.H'- md satisfying I beveragv.
our 11
I congratulate Lakeland boys
' tourist from the "blue grass" county grounds forests phosphatedeposits We alsoREAD,serve :r.ll tinntlicr.|Is af pine .
( for stubborn City delivery. 1 &
putting Up so a light, as
; of "Old Kentuck" and are so wet etc ) mid rapid development is U. S. Senate to red a Monumentto they were outclassed. (O'Hrien. r>-tf and ice cream lyfick &
pleased with The City on the Lake. tha I u most promising field for both spiritual I' O'Brien ]l.itfpliHHing

_ v 't they too will make this their/ home.Since and material action and the time is Major Francis L. Dade. There might he a little change in the TIT GAMES Forty h'nsatSl.II1adtwo < .

taking charge of this work I fast approachnir, when they will no Senator Fletcher has introduced the I lin('-up for the next game. (cocks $.i.(5I: ( i each two lags,

.f there has been tw"nt>'five added to the I more say : "Go; west young man and following bill ii* the United States Senate $2: ,T.O each E. J R.: Itagt -, Goihu; ,

i', church, eight by faith and obedience '; grow up with the country and" but South rattier" and it was read twice and referredto j|i Ii s. The New Depositor Florida. (ti-l I f 'THIS !
r and seventeen by letter. These seven"come home old man go

ii teen show the importance of our churches I Go Jto Florida where you can gel/ a new A the Kill committee Providing on for library th" Erection;: of a I is assured' direct, personal attention, IF YOU -Clnt---S..fl.c..ola::(: : ::: :

and missionary boards providing for grip on life and plant you an orangegrove Monument to Major Francis L. Dade) and! service at this bank. Lumber Co. 'J'h.mak. lhiii, a. .
the religious interests of our tourist and worship God under your own We provide for the protection and size and kind you want and mak- them"

I population. We have lost four by let live oak and magnolia and.pulm trees. of and Florida.Others in Sumter County, State safety of his money and furinsli him to fit. Give them--a--trial.- - ;'If IT MAY BE WHAT YOU WANT

ter but none by death 01 otherwise." Where the (lowers I bloom in winter and He it ,-nacted by the Senate and with check and bank books( free of I FOR :SALEFull: blood l Rhode Nland

r Few die, in ,Florida save the .old. folks". .where the ocean breezes fan your'che'eks House of Representatives of the United charge. He is also entitled to our best Red eggs $1 for I l.;,. 1\1 rT.. C., ''
and those who South to and the' mocking bird is singing Do you ocr hate Fc\cr, Chills or-
prolong advice in
come States of America in Congress assembled financial matters and, to the Pouts, cor. Mabbette and I Alden "1Jt.,
t life. Our net gain hat! been seventy I all tln dry. - -4 f !, That the Secretary of War be, extent of prudent, conservative I banking Kwsimmee Fla. I 1'J-ft hod tolds Do you ocr feel an If
the South can't afford you were tired and worn out, withno
cent.Our In visiting
per I you and in- hereby authorized and directed to material assistance in building
lit'I Bible school enrolled seventyto leave out of your itenerary The City to cause to be erected a suitable up his business. FOR -SALE Twelve acre orange and desire to cat. with pains la your

seven. It now numbers !1(11.()! Prayer that ill i Built-on-a-Luke.! } <'. If you ever monument on the grounds in Sumter Why not open an account with us "and, grapefruit grove, about (three, Annies hack and 'nhonldcrs u headache

meeting has grown from ten! to thirty- come this way and It"'f'.vitllln" a mile of State of Florida where Major avail yourself of these opportunities! from Kissimrm-e, on railroad. Will, and a ho'd tustcln your mouth when
five. We have choir and leader and aid see ino at the county you get up jn the morning( If you
., a good me stop come Francis L. Dade Captain Carder Sec ID-It State Hank of Kissimmee.Is Hell at a bargain Address W II.
with! several special singers. Two new Christian Church next Sunday 11 I a. m.eocfeties do you IIIINC (not Malaria and the
i ond IieutenanL.-W. K Hessinger, Sec Arnold KmsimmtV Fla. l-if] small
have been organized. A Indies and 7-'M:: p. m avd bring; your friends Hum of 25 cent. will buy you
.1 .aid and a C. W. B. M., which rightly with you. ond Lieutenant H. Henderson Captain FOR. SALE- Bearing Orange Grove, Itn .icdiatc relief. The name of
If S. I Fraser, Second Lieutenant R.
Interpreted means "can women beat I S. J. Vance, Pastor. 7K( trees, 80 acres 11 acres fenced" this remedy isFRANKLIN'S
I Sent
I... Mudge, Second Lieutenant J. L. Reals, Complimentary.Parties hammock! pine marsh and '
i f' : Assistant Surgeon J. S. Gatlin, and one
-- land, cottage and packing house. 44
---------- -- - -- hundred receiving this paper TONICTHE
privates were slaughtered by
t Next year's crop estimated at 6a$1( ) )
the Indians. on the twenty-eighth day who ar not regular subscribers '
boxes, Cash terms. Address (
of December eighteen hundred and must not think that it is the intention or i t lUAUANTHED REMEDY! FOR
Owner, Box..145, Kissimmee, Fla.
f. thirtyfivewhile gallantly defending CHILLS, FEVER, LaGRIPPE AND MALARIA
of the publishers to later --------- .
their country against, the uprising of FOR SALK 163 twelve -
acres, acres
Gri' the
; << ; the Seminole.lndian8. demand of them subscriptionprice cleared: balance' good pine land with 1 Take this to roar drmcUt. and get a

1 : K1SS1MEE) BAPTIST : Sec. ?. That for the above purpose as it is mailed to them complimentary clay' 'subsoil;; -about 200 bearing Take bottle Ha, Ills pills,Maranteed calomel or say to do other yon medicine .00<1.

the expenditure of the sum of twenty- by our Board .of,Coun- orange trees on place. Four room on the tonic actitoa t be liver. It will
0d' five thousand dollars, or so much of Commissioners for the cottage, good barn and other out- make van feel Ilk. a new ..... Try It.
.. said be is hereby ty purposeof '' Poe Hale ry all druiglnt' and country aierchants. >
( "tl.I'1I11f..rnc..tI for Ilie faith \uhhi. o sum as may necessary buildings: Located live miles west If doalor
acquainting them with the you don't keep It, writ
for an delivered unto HitSalutx. "--Ju
a any money in the Treasury not otherwise many advantages and opportunities price terms etc., address Box tai i;, I The Franklin

.appropriated under the directionof this town and county offer Orlando, Fla. ]r.Mimos-pd: / Remedy Co.
he mny designate: Provided, Thatno paper FOR SALE A live-acre tract and
part of said amount shall be expended be mailed for a few weeks to any three lots in Zephyrhills Colony.
C. W. DANN Clerk. C. F. BRYAN,. Treasurer.DEACONSC. .
A. Carson, C. J. Woodall M. (.'. Bryan, until such time as the Secretary of person whose name is given us, ,Five-acre tract located I Ij j miles from The Only WayMany

'J. W. Wilder J. M. Willson, Jr., Joe Jeffords. M. War is satisfied that a responsible Jegal and if they should desire to receive depot and good fruit land. Two lotson
is created Tenth ave. one of the best'residence
commission ,
J. Hicks A. S. Gilbert\ M. Hansell, W. H. Jones. association or it regularly thereafter, we -
: and pledged to care for and maintain streets in city and one lot fur-

v ) ,a = = -- -_ -_ -_ -e- whatever memorial monument is erected. would be glad to put them on our ther out. Will sell the five acres and, Klnsimmee Citizens Have

0=4' \ subscription list at the regular three lots for $250 if taken within
ORDER OF SERVICE-MAY 7, 1911 ; _ \Discovered It.
rates-$1 per year 50 cents for the next 30 days Address Box [,(i'N!,
Kissimmee, Fla 19-4t-pd Just what to do! when the ''kidneysare
LIST YOUR PROPER six months.
1ll"o1IN'CI-11 A. M.
affected is a qu ution. that con
I FOR SALE-Cheap now, 10. acres in
le ai Rev S. S. Snider will preach the Commencement Park Garden 2 miles from Kissimrnee .- cerns both young and old. Weak kjd-
-- ---
N] Y.. Sermon in the-Auditorium of the school house be at 11 With M. M. Breaker-& Co. if You all under fence and cultivation, ncys neglected in childhood lead to life.
i o'clock Sunday morning, consequently there wilj noserviced
with, neat bungalow, also gusher artesian long
Florida Maps. suffering. People of advancedyears
in any of the churches at that time. Want Quick bales. well-more water than needed

'd The public is cordially invited to attend these ex Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley for Irrigation, all ready for business; with less vitality,' suffel'doubly.

ercises. To the Owners of Property. in and Gazette office a pocket map of Florida soil black, humus, closely underlaid In youth or ae, languor, backache,

7:30 Around Kinsimmee. will be mailed to any address in the with clay, retaining moisture and urinary irregularity, dizziness and nero
f t We inaugurate with this issue of the United States. We cap' also furnish fertilizer. This is 'he best produc- vousness make life a'burden.

k't ,. It Song Service Valley Gazette a system of advertisingwhich maps of Osceola county at II each and ing soil in the county, as is shown by
210-"Jesus Saves." we will continue for the next will be glad to estimate on. sectional maps the finest Irish potatoes, cukes tomatoes There is one remedy' that acts directly

M' ); \ 275"I've Found a Friend." twelve months. of any kind. etc., now about matured on on the/ kidneys.. Dean's Kidney;

i f4 \ 551 -"The Crowning Day." We are in touch with prospective purchasers --- it. Good reason for selling. N. A. Pills owe thsir world-wide fame to the
% \Prayer. in almost every state in the Clay, owner. 19-H '
.r ., fact that they have cured thousands
Bock Bear. of
Union. We are to get
Sun i* 233- "Blessed Be the Fountain. spending( money '
.{"t.- ? -Acts 8:26: 39. 4 them to come! to Kissimmee to investigate Bock beer is, so called from Its association I cases of sick kidneys and cured them
rt Offertory 221-"Al| to Christ I Owe. property. and can sell any property with Elmbock, a town In Prussia WANTED permanently. Follow the example of

1[", Sermorv Subject : "Notable Conversions of merit at its value if listed with us, at one time famous for Its.!beer. I this Kissimmee citizen.M. .
:r. ((2)) The Ethiopian Eunuch." providing your pr ces are right and WANTED-Good second-hand water
tank, 2,000 to 3,000gallons for Cosner, Muffette St., Kissihimee
'to Invitation ."Savl"d by Grace"-Miss Jones. your property desirable. cheap r4
''!: t Doxolojty Id' II qndred. Call on us and let us explain our ad. Notice of Election.Id .' cash. Address Box317, City. 19-3tpd Fla., says: "I feel justified in giving

d i vertising proposition, list your proper. Doan's Kidney Pills my endorsement,
in attractive I accordance with the law In such CUM made number ot young cows
and have it placed an
; :, r-OR SUNDAY NIGHT -MAY IB. ty manner before the people who are looking and provided. It U hereby announced and declared and heifers. State what you have for I know from personal experiencethat 4

(" for homes in this the best section th.t an election will be held at NarcoouM. In and. price. New Eden Plantation Co. this remedy! acts just as represen
A sreciarnrogram W. prepared presentation -
of the work of/ Coluntbia College. This program of Florida Special Tax School Di.trlct No. ? Oaceola Count box 378, Kissimmee Fla. 16-tf tee!. I took Doan's Kidney Pills when
lath day of stay, A. D. loll
.' will be conducted under the au"pel"l1, of the Sunday -.If. M. Breaker & Co.. to determine Fla on Monday who shall acres ae Truitrea of the ANTED-Large tract of land in I j II was suffering from backache and kidney -

1: _i School. \ ( either Lake, Orange, Polk
aforcaald Special Tax School District No. 2 for or Osceola j complaint and I received great
i''t In addition! to the music two willIe\ read counties with
papers ; fix good transportation benefit.
THREE YfAIfS the two year n.xt after said election and to .
one on "Education"; and another on "Why Columbiar GOT facilities, for colonization
: the number of mill of District! School Tax to purposes. For sale by all
dealers Price
College\ Koelar care Valley Gazette I
.. The indications. are that this will prove a very interesting be levied for/each of aaid. two year 13-tf Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo N. Y., sole
M. D. TiB mll. F W Hilt and K. Lemons. In. for the .
agents United
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and helpful The SundaySchol For Mistaking Another Man's Cattle :
11 program. spoctor R. L Evan. Clerk. WANTED; -Refined couples I Remember the
extend a hearty invitation to the. people of Kissimmeeto lyld or gentlemen nameDoan'sandno
k' attend tins serxice.You for His Own.A Done by order of the Board of Public Instruction for several nicely furnished lake other

\ . : c pvceola: County. Florida (this -'mi day of rooms, with bath; the. best meals the .,

\\T i few months ago Mr. II. W. Savage May, f'U. -ISKAI'I) market can afford Corner Main and ".6t1kAa......s-af4.6ihe.fh ir -
evolved the idea, evidently, that he had I Attest) W. CYIIASS. Chs'rman. Pacific street. 5D-tf I
:.. Are Always Welcome to the Baptist Church. the right to out upon the. broad W. J, "NEARS HunertnUmdent 19-4t M.
prairies and justsuch cattle as I .....- FOR RENT 14.

t ft"' 04004.0.4000 suited would his fancy buy.and regardless sell them of to what whoefer - DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til- 11 Real Estate Agency.

brand they carried on their left hip ; I II

for on a beautiful and sunshiny day The Florida rower _ler.RnENT= *********** % m m%*

-- ,- during the month when snow is flying F A suite of room, corner IQ
in his favored section, he went forth Main and 'Oak streets. Mrs. E. D. Realty bought and sold.
you have anything to sell, if I
Overstreet-Duke. 'll you I For trui kerWand fruit rower For Houses rented.
all b his lonesome and gently droppeda Plummer. 11-tf lit
{ "iiant anything if lost folks want t*> know limit FloeIda.
4 4 Friday 28th, Mr. you've anythingor I the heads of three fat and woo) Taxes
paid and
On |larIat over Weikl SUNllH'r l V'U; month Titles ver-
; John J. eveninR1APril Miss Pansy:: found anything a classified ad in the i sleek heifers that the Jacobs brothersand ly. 'l,'.., semi,, roe' for a ten j IXMIH trial I for' non-residents. IIlfled II-
,, Lee Duke marriage in Valley Gazette is the place for you to J. F. Hodge had spent considerabletime subscription| Snappy Bright Cl<*n. ROOMS AND BOARD) lit ;
Judge W. S. Harwell pel- tell the public about it. and to raise and fatten. Fire Life and Accident In-
this city. money
the ceremony. Both of these These gentlemen naturally entered a single or surance. ,
forming - --
Florida "....... Tampa, FL.I en suite; suitable for light house
Bn light protest when they learned that I Indemnitv'Bonds. .
;indhavvealboatrofifriends who wi hfor Large desk blotters tor sale at this another was spending the money which keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simpson. ...
them a long, happy and useful life. office, for 10 cents. these cattle brought at' a forced 'and 3-tf I.. .'V">w"'V"'V".A.'V" "V" '4r'g

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