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: June 9, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00493
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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beginning at 'point wbe --tb..ln.o'-. J eI An exception Ia'aiao' made. in favor ..f ',
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AsKSJ FOR FRANCHISE Vine Street Intersects wjth tbe'wester- those counties like Citrus;: Pasco and WHY COWS WILL

, \ Iy line .0J Main Street;-,thence"along JJ oard'"of Trade Meeting Hernando which are-politically exempt ,60'I

,I r"-I Vine Street! in'' an easterly direction to I jti ,, from the provision...of.. the bill, and-they; \: ,
.(Citrus Southern RailWay' Seeks. the the eastern lineof" the corporate limits; ..... can' pursue' .their' present'.plans, only, Councilman Dann Gives'SIronI'l iI-;

.: Tracks ''the with the right to cross'and recross the I 'A using the adopted boots '. tz
= .Right to Lay on ; tracks and" roadbed of the Atlantic Matters of the greatest importance to Kissimmeeare The sub-commlssloneni are also boundto sons Why Cattle Should Not,

, & Streets, of .l ssimmet.o CoastLine, Railroad Company a* now swear that they, will not .accept a Run at Largo' ''" <. '
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.* _.. established and provided for.by law. transpiring, and they should receive the.closest. I bribe, aa one 'amendment! reads that > 't" .. 1
; Also beginning at pofrtC where the from less fatal! tnUtake "Be will not receive during his term of
.it i Th following is an exacteopy of thee a attention all our people, some ,I. They question that > agitating the 1
. line of Park street intersect with the ... service on aid commission emolument ,
the CityCouncil any public t
ordinance pending Before to our continued prosperity' and advancement is, I. mind Of ,Klsslmme at pteedV4 +
a franchise to the Cit- westerly line of Brack Street, thence from any; text book publisher or and .
granting which is'tnakiaR'l : 110m. '
.9' 'rui Southern Railway to operate iu easterly along Park Street to the cOrporate made These. matters will be discussed'at'the sneeWing"bfthe their &l'8ntalntended, in 'any manner tobisf citizens few and of our.pend' # r'
.... ' limits of said city with the his Judgment In the selection of 'l..pl."leb IP;
ears over the streets .Kisslmme. 3 Board of Trade-on Monday night, and it isto around with a woe-begone look on their''
right to cross and recross, the tracks text book to be adopted for use In this I '

".., An Ordinance 'Granting a Railroad and and roadbed of the 'Atlantic Coast LindRailroad the interest of :every citizen in Ki.rnrn..l't' be' state.. , .. usual Is the.britltt'and ordinance now cheery pending countenances before the, ;1 z
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Dock Franchise.Be Company as now established present and take part in the proceedings.,...... ;. The,officers : City, Council to' prohibit cattle'running -

.. it ordained by the City-Councll of and as provided. for by law.. trust that every member.who 'poaaibl,. can: be FAI51ILYJHEATERWill. at large within.'the city? IfMtsnt any f w

' -Kissimmee .In the"County; of Osceola o'clocjc. time.of day or night,'and' In, tht.,' con-' j,
hand the hour 7:30
and State of-Florida. on promptly meeting -'r ..,Open on Broadway in About nection a'representative..'of. the VaUer ,

, Section L ""ThaJ.!! authority is hereby PRANCHISEJGRANTED S.: J. Triplett- -. . Two Weeks. Gazette*called upon 'Councilman: C.:.W. ;

given, anted and conveyed unto the H. C. Stanford, President. .. Dann, and requested him, 'as chairman

Citrus-$ aibern Railway Company, a To Osceola Telephone, Company to Secretary. '' ' klsslinmee is to have another amusement Of the I street committee, to 'state bill I h',.

corporation to be incorporated under in I Kissimmee. plice-a real family theater-and reasons for advocating'the passage of .

the laws of Florida, of Orlando, Orange: Operate it will 1 be on Broadway in' .the very the law when without the least hesitation ",

County, Florida; Ra heir, executbnqr! Things are moving so fast and new I .. heart of the city 'Who' would have ,,he:replied : ", W
assigns; the right and privilege to build, enterprises are being established In "- thought two years ago that KI..l nm.. "I am glad you asked for my opinion/,

construct, maintain operate and conduct this city at such a furious rate that we Trade Will BeHeld could support" two mu..m.npl e.. on this very important matter, as I feel

a railroad through the City of Kis- can hardly find space to mention them Day . the 'year round T But: then one co"nd| that, h'e':public is entitled to know why, ,

aimmee, over, under or through the following all, but when the Council grants a S hardly belieye! that, the:flag .tatlaa of the; ordinance...was Introduced in, th.

:* nanyxi .treets-Main Street, franchise to a new telephone companyto those days would so soon bloseom into Council to 'prohibit cattle running at Tug

f> Broadway, Stewart "Avenue Brack operate in KisslmmeQ, we must on 12th of July an up to-date city with all ;mede4].son' large on' our'streets. In the first place .I''

'. Street, Vine Street and Park Street; think that our city in becoming' /' veniences in so ;abort a time. f and one which-1 consider very import! r. '

': as shown in red ink lines and described metropolis of Inland Florida faster than +*, /' i . ii i. r i. ,. ; Mr, J. BX Evans', who. cam -here&stfalLA ''aat. Is ,thatJ:Mayor:StanfprdL.recam-. .C:

I on map attached hereto which. constltutea .we anticipated ; Committee!clively at Work on the Plans-Many, tir-t8dran poUs; Ind., and who mended such action 111 .his message te-;
> part of this franchise The Osceola Telephone Company, /, . owns family theqter in that city l was the Council and I know It is. the desireof

Authority, is also given granted and which operates the Jong distance line ,Prizes Will Be Given and Hundreds, Are Ex- quick to realize that. an .enterprise'of the councilmen to work In complete' -V.1 t

;conveyed to be Grantee herein named from Kissimmee to St. Cloud, Narcoossee that ch.racter'w9uld::' pay here and at harmony with.his honor'on all matters
\ fleeted
\ to build, construct, maintain operate Whittier and Bassinger, pe- to Contest. . once began",seeking' location He has affecting Kisslmmee's welfare, for they '
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and eondurt a.Dock extending to a nav- titioned the Council at its meeting Tuesday -- 1 secured the vacant.lot on the coYner'ofBroadway believe' .Would'make no recommenda

igable depth in Lake Tohopek.ligaj night for a franchise to operatethis 'irt' The-- committee' appointed by the Largest watermelon. and Sproull avenue, and this tion.unlese he had studied the ijueetion!

along across, over or under Stewart ,' city,'.nd that body granted it \ oard of Trade to make arrangement. Beet bale of hay. week began the erection of''be'walls, and.thought It Was to the P.st interests ) '
the least hesitancy. TKe franchise which will constitute' the entire b lld- : 4
extended to Lake Tohopeka- without : of our city. .
j> liga; on a level with the roadbed as now is in the same words and under mee some time in the near future met Best pint jar of honey. ing, as it will not be covered for and states I, tha" reet eorrp tt.e. "'
that it will be readr the first
established by the Atlantic Coast Line the same conditions as the one grantedthe on Monday night and mapped out a Best cone of honey. ' per- of which I have' He honor to be. chairman -

Railroad Company; together with the Kissimmee Telephone Company, general program to be followed. At I Beat quart of pickles. formance within th? next two weeks, ,;haVe a plan outlined. f rit.'ffnlC. 1
The will be 38x126 feet anda
right to make fills\ i and cuts and to establish with the ece ptidn that the new com- this meeting were Messrs. H C. Stanford -' Best jar of watermelon rind pre- building through beautifying ths reets that.can"'not_Abe
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freeto partition will run center
a grade for said Stewart Ave pany guarantees to furniah+ phones John M. l&e, H. M. Breaker and serves. which.will divide the from the t carried oat Jf f cattle are permitted {

nue; to make and lay a roadway from the city. S. J. Triplett, the latter in the capac- Best jar of guava jelly. negroes to rur/at' large,one of those plans being +
urdinanOeat whites. The seats will be raisedBO as
the south line of the RIght-of-Way of The Council also passed an ity'of ex-offlcio member: of the commit Best jar of marmelaide. to pave Broadway with1 vitrifl.dbricky
that extepdirfg tHe fire limits .. ? to give .ell a perfect view of the stager
the Atlantic CoastrLine. Railroad Company meeting tee. Best gallon of krout. ,. and'the for a width of.twenty f aet'on each side, -
best mustc'will be
to the southern end of said dock; ana prohibiting the building of tin- The committee decided 'to hold Trade Best 3-pound loaf of 'light' bread. of provided. of the 'center running1 from.the sidewalk -: i,

said roadway to be built of such material can houses or repairing: of wooden, Day on July'l2th, the general outline Best pumpkin pie.'< This! performances atthe theater will i and to plaice? a curbing around,fhe.:
with and
begin moving pictures, as son '
as the Grantee herein named may houses within those limits- a verynecessary 'in' the act center the of each block.., 'or:
of which was published Valley The: following were appointed to be vauda length ;
the completed
deem sufficient, and to be free 8'1dn ,measure if we would insure fear that with the 1 as stage can :' from streetto street, this ,
Gazette of last week,-but for local committee, and they are will the cross cross ry
be added
villa features price
' .op to the citizens of Kiseimmee fortigress our city against destruction by fire. all did not see! or, read the article, we expected to take 'charge of the matterof 6 curbed enclosure jto be'planted in palms .
of admission at vent '
of being placed
Council is composed {T' ?:
and egress to and from said The present will state ihat. he object of holdipg! .collecting exhibits in their respective Refreshments will be sold Inside thAI shrubbery r and Bennud erau.kllllf' ;

..dock. The Grante. herein named is live, wide-awake'men, and we feel cer- these Trade Days Is to bring in closer localities and induce those living in his strictest of order will bis for our citizens and 1 visitors a beautiful .
walls and the
hereby granted all the privileges pertaining tain that under their guidance Kisaim-;. touch the people of the! county; to,stimulate community to join In making Trade maintained, at all times . park running directly through the. center ,, a

I. to such enterprise for the con mee will grow 19 such an Extent within both the men and women to grow Day; July 12th, a grand success : of the city ,. s" #'_ .
venient transfer of passengers and the next two years that It will be necessary the fatm Bassiiiger Willis Chandler. '
better and bigger things on' fELLSMERE FARMS "Third the taking of the coirs oft
freight to and from boats and its- railroad to enlarge its limit and In the garden; to inspire the housewives Whittier-R: A. ,Bartow. ? \ the streets will '-..v. to"our citizen,

h : to epter into friendly competitionas L.nler-Robt. Donegan. -. thousands of dollars that are how;" spent >

Section 2. That the authorization BERMUDA ONIONS to who can. make the best butter. Peghorn-. S. Stratton. Immense 'Tract' of Land Being Reclaimed to build and keep.i \'repair fens

*and privileges given, granted and conveyed : jaM; jelly preserves or. anything else 'St.\\Cloud-H. D.'Colvin. u ;, : by Drainage. around ,tbelr'premi..a.'m:' fact ,lt will.., ''

'" In the preceding Section to the ,- coming under the culinary department; i Campbell-E. E. Brown. .' \ _.. pave'them enough every' year in money: ,

,- 'Grantee therein named shall'constitute Grow to Be Seventeen Inches in i Circumference to have a day on which all ou; country .' Shine! Creek-J. fcronson..'. ., taut week's Fore .Pierce News eon- to buy twice as muchl-mllk'u'' is consumed

_a franchise for the building constructing in Kissimmee. :" friends can ,bring their ektra.horse :.Kissimmee'!' POrk-JWJones.. tains a three column write up of the in JQ..hatmeedurlne: that't.lme.. "

e ; maintaining operating rind conducting ujltWe cow, pig or sheep to townmnd sell.It, .1 SbuthporJ Clint Bass.Narcoossee FeU.mere Farms Company, in which it to'say nothing of the fact that our city1wiUnp t ,
a railroad 'in the street designated have, written storiesabout'bigcabbages and to,jrjve-all our people a lay of real =F. W. Hill, tells the story of the reclamation of ) longer be the filthy eowpen It '"'

for perpetuity big radishes and big turnips enjoyment; by shaking the hand of I Traceyville-John; Tracey. 115,000 acres of splendid lands lying in hasbeen since the first day ft was laid 'I. :,i -. ',
Section 3.In consideration of the grown in or around this city, but we those whom they see only once in a Park, G.i-aen.-J.. F. 'Berry. BrevarJ and Volusia counties. CoL P. out.. t"Fourth ", I
grants and privileges aforesaid, the have this week the pleasure of writing great while. Hilliard' J.land-J. K. Hilliard. A. Vans Agnew of this city and Mr. -

Grantee so enfranchised agrees to start I for the first time a story of the big To bring about the best results, the Carroll's StlIl--C., D. Carroll. E. N. Fell, formerly of Narooossee, are .cows, ' /treats I believe has,therpresencs'btn been the' ,

construction of the said railroad within'onion. people living in the county outside of Ki..immee-M. : Clay. Johnson Mr. among the promoter this gigantic on our' desirable;CitUeiui"f cause'a; ,i
of 'manyfiery
two years from date of passage and acceptance On Saturday last Mr. A. M. Story, Kisslmmee (for those living in this .city N. B. Canon Mrs. S. B. Aultman, project, of which the Mews says in. from good Northern and Western' States. locating .' x' ;

thereof; subject, however, to who owns a truck garden in South Kis are prohibited from competing for any Mrs. C. W. Griffin Mrs. W. L. Winn, part : in other place where each a law" f fas

the following conditions: simmee, brought to the Valley'Gazetteoffice priz) must join heartily into the affair, : Miss Lizzie Donegan, Miss Sud, Watson "With the Immense drainage system alreadj( f ,, *s
First. The validity of the franchise a Bermuda onion that measured and not only attend, but hive something Each .member of the above named well under way the lands of the Fells- we contemplate makingU tocon- .

shall depend upon; the conformation of seventeen inches in circumference, and to enter for a prize, and this invitation committee i Is requested to write H. M. mere Farms Company will soon be puton enforced, for it was impossible 'ante.---: ,
vince them that we were a H">re,
, .tbe.. operators t) the conditions embodied stated that he had three rows seVenty-\ is extended to every white Breaker of this city for any information thT market The selling will be .ad' '
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1l at
herein, and continuous operationof five feet long ot onions about the samesize. person in the coun'ty. whether they live they desire, and 'to forward to done by the Security ..Underwriters'Corporationof prising and progressive-,! people "aa :

such railroad under the term. Of this Very few of our truckers'! plant on the shores of Lake Okeechobee or him all information as to what will be Kansas City of which the same timepermit catties to ; -

grant, with exceptions be made for onions, preferring such vegetables aa on the border of Orange county-Kis- exhibited. from their respective- Edward van AsmUa is chairman of its over our streets at wilL expect real'city. i
strikes, accidents, fire, flood or other tomatoes beans, lettuce etc., for the slmmee Invites them all to com on tricts. board of directors. Mrs. M. C. Fowler "Fifth, If we ever : tobea t

'. unavoidable force. reason that they mature much quicker, Trade Day, loaded with things to place In due time the full Hat of what who has a national reputation, is sales to take our place In the rank we, of JVtlons.to

t Second. lull authority for the construction but It. appears. to us that onions wouldbe on exhibition and' enter. the contest fora character of prize will be given' for the manager and will be assisted by C. A. up-to-date, wide-awake citizens that, _
:. of the loadbed. the laying t a most valuable crop, as it has been prize. different exhibits will be published. Golden.ha;: headquarter of this corporation must cast off the old custom pram'veiled '' \'

and maintaining of ties, rails, single of proven that_ they grow to ,perfection The committee adopted a rule that I -, --- ,. are,209 Scarritt building,.Kansas when Kisslmmee and was littleelsethan '

double'track, subject to the approval here, and are certainly splendid ship all things entered for prizes would-become City.; a trading poet a cow camp Y rand -
and other usual STATE UNIFORMITY officers Fellsmere and put on the ways of reallty.people.:,
., of the City Council, the" property of the Board of "The of the Plums II<.
of the off the-
fixtures and appliances inherent in the pers.Mr.. Story i.i one of our successful Trade when the exhibition closed, except Company, oWoers\ and developers of the the taking In. cows one'of zr vl
is opinion
construction and operation- 'f-a.railroad. ; and that he can make tract'are : Oacar T. Crosby, of Warren streets certainly, my
Iruckers, says live stock and-poultry which will. Of School Books. Bill Passes Both \ most'necessary to- that
together with the right to cross and re' more money growing onions than almost be returned to the\ owners as soon a* ton, V..,; president; "E Nelson Fell the .step '
cross all railroads (fihd> bridges and totransport any other vegetable. the judges have made their award. Senate and House. of 'Warrenton vice- iident; ErnestH. end. in't', ,
think it la the Council's
not
1 "I do
mail and m.ill..ger.. Orr
passengers, express Every Sebastian,
Ample provision will be made for the Tallahassee 15.=Special -By the
is to the Grantee May ) directorate are' men proinlnentja- 4entton to, make law effectiveb.t
,e freight hereby granted
with the ORANGE JUICE proper display in some suitable Build an overwhelming vote the house this New'York, financial citcUih Including fore October lit, as we desire to-give .
named, express condition
v'
i --- herein that all 'construction shall c6h- ? ing of 41 articles, and one of the local morning passed the' Cone uniformity Chas. B.'Eddy, Harry A. K h1er.Ed' all those who own cows the'opportune,,. ",
; stables win' btt used for the live gar J. Meyer, George T. Ordway. R.
livery l .
text book bill. Tonight the of them'or make prepare .
Ity dispose
, form to the grade of 'th* streets as now I : messagewas W: Spier J..G. White E. M. !'a.!') I to
q ablhshed ... Of the Florida Product Richer Than I atock)exhibit. sent to the senate, the amendments worth of lloeton, Wm. Stanley of Harrington. 'keep them up and we think,
One of the most entertaining feature accepted and the measure ordered en M...., and P. A. 'Vans Agnewof such could: J>e ,done yrlthouta Mriflce> '

; . DESCRIPTION OP ROUTE OF TUB CITRUS That of California.. of -the day will be an address by rolled. Klaa fmm .. Fia._ In that length of..t hM.. .I'am sorry to. j ".

(,. '."...SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO. THROBOH MfTW. C. Temple, general manager Prof. P. H. Rolfs, director of the'State This means uniform text book for see some of our people opposing' this- I ,:,

.t THE CITY OF KISSIMMEB.: of the Florida Citrus Exchange, io an Agricultural Experiment Station,who Florida schools.. It also means thVdcfeafof THE CONfERENCE measure, for' the menibe .&f
Beginning at a point where the line address,.before the State Horticultural will talk to the farmers and fruit growers the giant book. trust which has -- 'ell and the mayor certainly; *, have: the {

\1 of Main street Intersects the northern Society at Jacksonville says: on the subject of cultivation. -ThereIs so successfully fought! the uniform1/textlloolc Of Methodists Held at Bowling best interests of Kissimmee'. and 'It--,

f\, boundary line of the city limit of the "Til;t a series of experiments!l madeIn no more gifted speaker or- learnedman : measures' through -each preceding. citizens; at-lent: for the majority of y la"s s

.-: City of Kissimmee, thence southerly, more than sixty different cities in in Florida than Professor Rolfs> legislature.. t Green Largely Att nctd.! us are large resit / holders and businessmen ,

along Main street to ids intersection: ( the United States. this present season, and it will be well worth the time and Last night several of the leaders of The District Methodist Conferenceheld and anything We do will affect u*;

. with'the southeasterly line of Broadway in comparing the juice content of the expense of the trip here on that dsy- both sides got together 'and shaped the at Bowling Greet last week was as much a* anybody e..... 'I believe '

. ,thence southwesterly along Broadway Florida orange with that of the California July 12th. 'n bill up*by tfking It out of politic and attended By many delegates, and much the more ours people discuss and study is

-z to Its intersection with.the west-= i navel-the experiments consistingof Prizes will be given for the following making the commission to select books !business of Importance to the welfare tnis matUr' 'the 'less' opposition there'will ?

l 7! eriy 'line of Stewart ,Avenue thence' taking a California navel of the ICO exhibits, all of which, must be raised, consist of county superintendents of the': church, was traniacted. IH b*. to It.'at least I hope that will

'\outheriy along' Stewart Avenue to its size, and the ordinary Florida, orange produced or made in Osceola", county---and first grade school teachers. This session( were presided! over by; Bishop *,be 4. c.-e', "' ',. .

\It intersection with Lake Tohopekallga, of the' 160 size carefully squeezing and except horses : VA ,, -- was insisted on by; the opponents of the E. E. Hoes than whom 'there'isno if"'" ... '

,; {?with the right to cross and recross the straining the juice ,from each into Best Florida:: raised horse under, four Cone bill) as the original might bave more-'able divine and many questions & Trains' DisconUnucd.: : .... of
and roadbed of the (Atlantic of similar size and -have yvears old. construed to that anr'ne f '." ; ,
vacks glasses shape >J' been. mean, ; t.hathad arisen\ -since, the last session ;) -
i .' Cast Line Railroad Company, as now demonstrated. that the average' juice: .''. Best tow: ".r:7'yBe4 could be appointed on the commission were disposed Of in a manner perfectly :1'Tomorroyr. ; trains No;, 28. ash 28 : .

.&established and u provided for by Jaw.Also' contents of the Florida orange this 1 and, largest hog'* wheth.r''b' was ;'acquainted the satisfactory, to alL The delegate from which have.been,'ofl the roil' Between
; : this city ,were John..M. Leei.W.. H. Sanford' and Lakeland' since early)last\ ,
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V\ beginning at a point when the year (with probably 'the poorest Florida Beat sheep.; subject pr'not.,p The. amendments'"arehere Funk,:J. U Overstreet M. N. Over- y train ; % .
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1 fa1.1:* easterly line! of Main' street intersects! oranges: and certainly the best California Best goat ; givensod those interested can street and J. H. Eby. -' c t
.V'i with' the southeasterly .line of Broad- oranges that have* been :shipped Bet pair.of geese. ' see \th_, important:! changes, on.' of The delegates elected to the generalera have-been of greweopventenee'to } '

waY thence along Broadway to ate In-. in many.years), is 4 ,.per cent in excess Best pair of ducks.. ,' t which I. to prevent a radical:! jeonflscatloo : conference .were J. E.Foxworthy traveling pubty\\ as the one going voutb.: } e

:':%! rtersection with the easterly line, ot of that of the California'navel, and 'as Best trio of chickens.Vj.. ..:- .-',. as'Is don'in some' of ,the states, of H:FUMyers E. C rlet, C.ft-o-OftArcadi.:: E. Ernest, John Bartow.M. passed, b reatll r9 .;; :: V4D.raidit'' >"*,nd J the hoped.one'northbound Ala + '

.+Brack Street, thence northerly along the juice furnishes the only,food.con Best pair of.turkeys., and the 'change Is to be fgradual/. be ''Lee of, iulmm.. 'and H.Robinson. at p.'III. ? '
Brack, 'Street to It*" intersection with tent of the orange, further comment Best bushel of corn._ ' not equalfo more than ten per cent of TheTnext District Conference will ,1M aria A:. C,;W; "wll And a-.: .1'teetors'. .", ;t1,:'.
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t r northerly line of Vin Stre L Also ob.thl. point, Is unnecessary.'* .1r B stbushel of Irlsh otatoes. the whole :number'' of books adopted. held IA.Gainesville, .in..December., < err them at avu'earl.)" !;:...
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Goqfd , Bakery Man -
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Kissimm&e Grow Your*.lfr-4f. Deed _Fear.; :Takes' this, opportunity tolthank '
1 '' R-0 S S' GRAVE S
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i :Many maD wnuld'hr the ;
a lIa7. that be good people- of this city for ,
'-, _' I : glad to do chores about "' or weed '"tb"garden If .CARRIES.., A ,COMPLETE. ,'STOC'k.: ; ,'
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.' "Written: ',for the Valley Gazette. by; S. V.,, God den", be bad overalls '"" Uso take this means to say that I OA'r

.... .. -, C., E., ,Horticultural> Expert. .. ...Tbe,trouble Iskbat"wb QtaiwHbei' | < our limited facilities, for making : : I;
: goods will prevent (for awhile) ? "
ourgeneral
I .v'An. ---.----.- te wear overalls.tbe..stores_ar*_cloxed HA-RD.WAREL
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.. -' delivery to all part:of Jibe
P -' - and b*. cannot buy."them. 1'wonder-

essential of the.' utmost importance on the-'day after election of $1,000 more tbat' men,4o Dot mike then for'tfcemelves. -', .\ city. Quality and variety will, be .PAIN ?, OILS,, PENCE;: WIRE AND /STOVESANb" ,

to the success of a city as well,as tbejxmd_ issue for good roads passed. . _, maintained always. Our nice"HOT "

i. the farmer In figuring on a 'bull ellli There are ways not financial In which J -"o.provld. a pattern you' must: ba>. ROLLS SELLS'; THEM AT EXTREMELY, .. LOW' PRICES,
i look for Immediate b'enefL tr-outline or perspective plan, of goer* and BISCUITSAlso .
u proposition there is always, what seems you can I
/ that is for the of good roads does contour! from the belt Has dolwn to the HOT-BREAD
mind an/.expense RIO'
to s narrow presence! BROADWAY, I KIS'SIMMEE.J F -4'0 A
f, js to much to Increase .the educational advantages oklea. This may be obtained by sitting .
useless In city that .trying
a
will
be 'IGPaAc
,' ".. in wet clay and onljiHslng. poursing ready mornings and . )
,. buildup and to>make Itself attractive uplift and extend social life, PIES I ,
plaster of Paris In the Im'pressloo: noons, and,* nice 'variety of .
SIh ...,- and of Interest to the surrounding fruit and widen tbe religious opportunities When this hardens lift the mold, (less and CAK ,-Partiel and Wedding\ ,

.. and truck growers,, and as -winter re- possible in a rural community.: Farmers It against.thewall. and obtain l measurements 'a specialty. ", .

_-4 ort far lhe tourist, and permanent everywhere awake to the benefits with "a tapellne. Another .:

S home far' the homeseeker, the consicjer-. of, school privileges for their chil- way Is to dust talcum powder on the A. Stop At Our Garage, "
SMITH '
dren and should the.connection carpet Until It Is coated. Then -
ation of good roads brings up the necessary they see thickly ,, -- '
v between and good alt down on the talcum powder and and will\ notice to satisfaction yRUTp
excess .tax. This should be a minImum good roads DARLINGTON- AVttNIJDON'T' you your

l consideration, as,it cute no ice in i schools. A great manYfarmers, do not, carpet, thosremoving the talcum from the fine display. of motor !

the great improvements that come from or will not, see the connection, and the floor where you have been. Then cars; we have forLivery
c cut around the'outJ1Dea of that Impression u
tf good roads in the way of enlarged business though they would. vote bonds II foe SHOP and Sale
t with a sharp knife 'remove the JUiAD THIS. !
,k crowded hotel ant). boarding school purposes, you could not induce carpet ''So' detached, and you have a
\( houlell, and greater demand for home them to vote\ bonds for roads. The pattern for one side of the overalls. petition In like opposition.Under I defy com We are agents for the -celebratedE

kf r lt products.' A city should 'not wait for 'same feeling exists in cities. The I Purchase" several yards of denim I budge from my no position.condition.JJyou will M F Automobile. You can bny" :

!+ the state to act on.th.is important math meaning of a Board of Trade or Board and cut It Into the shape. Indicated by. want a house that is stout and 'pleasure for the same price'you ,
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; ter,but issue 0'" its own bonds, and get 0 oi.Commissioners to a city, is me same either pattern -you have now obtained waterproof and damp proof, see Will have to pay for, trouble: A

In principle, as a business protxnitlon, Make two sets of these'pieces and sew B. Dickerson. It will! pay you, for '73 little in.ve tfgatio'n' will convince! ,
j busy.
( I them edge to edge. Pockets may be he will save-you money if you get '
the
whether individual or t tSteameVulcanizing
company you.
i How foolish the remark, "That we made by cutting slitsin the material 'his prices before letting contract. -AS CO D AS NEW' "

,.' ' had better wait for a larger popula object being to use all the money pos and sewing empty. salt sacks.-Wilbur 'H..IM handle.) Uni., DuUvJKInB WindK and. Repairing.; 'J
sible to build said business and makea P'Vt' ;m tion." How much quicker such population up D. ;Js'esblt In Delineator. Brick Common Brick andO l.r thlD" too ;
of it. The of the numerous to mention.
object
success Gr:1
will: exist if there is an attraction4h : .6aI-a.ge :
Commissioners B' ,
Trade means
Board of or DICKERSONContractor
'4h to bring them to said city. ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
'J the' the same to the city, the influence and Builder MILLER BUILDING! BROAbWAY "r
out following ,
Lof."A. Experience: has brought of each
being greater in the interest
Their Us en an Important Seal Dabs y
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; facts proved by our most expert -. r
and all citizens.
f'il From 1870. E,
engineers : .
Any movement that means improved The first experiments,! philosopher to
,,1 The profit that good roads would pay I roads (the best possible not half discover that electric light could be- Kote Shape "

a:,--r: ; the farmers of .the country were all made), should have without hesitancythe produced by a dry battery was Sir ,

'., farm lands on the line .of..improveod approval of every one. in the city llumpbry avy.whd. In 1810 exhibited Patent LeatherShoes N. F'. BASS J
: highways would amount the enormous a light three inches long (
.to and county. It should be looked upon between car GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK .
total of $3tqKOi-4J) ( ; ) a year. vital necessity. bor points before the Royal society of 1
,.. as a
Think of HI t thv 'cust of London. DUI no commercial value wa.a'attacb
transports' The farmer and citizen without aiv "
a ," farmer 1l to the use of electricity. au I CONTRACTOR: and BUILDER I j
'tionto_ the is important I It is 'interest in good roads i ia in the aame'i'j Illuminant until more than half a cen-

estimated that the cost to the farmers ;oat with the<< man without patriotism, tury later. The Centennial exhibition When you buya Y ,

'? of tbe United States in marketing farm and is an undesirable citizen. The held In Philadelphia In 1876. really. of {
pair Korrect Does 'Bui"ldinaand
General Contracting and Furnishes Esti-
t' products in about $ROOHM1(1QO: annually. farmer feels today as he never felt be- marks the era of our present form

v,,. I This t'harge'is a flead\load chrried by fore, the peed; of good roads. Possibly of electric! light though electrlc,1lgbtehad Shape Oxfords .you mates on Structures of "an size or Dimensions whether 'J

j 1 the farmer. It is not FIRe; a fertilizer a few generations ago; >when every been In use abroad prior to'thnt have the satisfaction' it be a' Two-Room Cottage pr a Tourist Hotel) p/

r r bill. If you spend --$1200'a year on fertilizers farmer raised all the necessities of Ij/e practical time. The demonstrations exhibition of models of electric and of knowing you are Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS f'f'in ,+'

I is* you may expect to get it back at home, and lived independent of the lights at Philadelphia In 1876 attracted getting 'every ounce of which he has met with the greatest success ,
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In Increased
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., I. ; crops. rest of the world, the 'ftrail" was good the attention of scientists and capital value and .comfort that - of any man in Florida. -r

The farmer who hauls his.produce enough; but today, when each farmer lets in this country, and the first in lepossible- '
to into '
ten miles to market gets 'no more for is a specialist, roads and good ones. candescent l lamps and tbe first arc' put a Give him your work and it

"-' .I(. 1 it than the man who hauls five miles are foecessary. system were put to practical use In pair of shoes. will be well, and quickly done. Kissimmee, Fla.PIONEJEB ,

.'. - There Is Jittle traceable connection between In New York and New Jersey it a small way la 1878. The Brush arc. Korrect Shapes are fast ,. I

r" the coot to the farmer of mar costs seven cents per ton a mile to light gained favor in. the beginningas winning favor among men who J
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his and what he for it. tbe most adaptable for street lighting arc-extremely particular about ,
keying crop gets transfer products over the good! roads, 4
and Cleveland.; 0., the of.
hjune
The only way to make money on your 'and twennty-fiv cents per ton a mile Charles Francis Brush tbe Inventor. the healthful condition and neat .. "--- .- "'""-.--..... '

transportation is by cutting down your over the ordinary roads io 1<< the"South. was the Initial American city to adopt I appearance of their feet. '.< !l

,(. transportation charges.. To haul !more Note the difference. and become a good the arc system. for street lighting. Made,iri all the popular colors. ,

cheaply you must 'make your hauling road booster. Since 1878 both the Brush arc system B.Y. : 'J#

i ; easier, be able to haul heavier loads,toe 'If you* cannot bmd] 'KfcAdam pikes, and the Edison incandescent system P..CII.D: Co.1d.nau : '

1th f able to haul more rapidly. have developed.-Marc M.: Reynold 'J
let them come later, but get ;yourself -

i .. The.only way to reach these transportation interested in roads thfc't/ will benefit in Moody's Magazine. .. Brock tat_... j PLUMBING SHOP -

expenses and reduce them is you. If the best and(most expensiveroad .
Halcyon Days.
through the rnediumuf Improved cads, I cannot be built, build lair ones "Alcyone or llalcyone, the daughter FIt

"' 'Yfctl cannot teed your stock less; you that will give good service most, If'not .f Aeolus, married .Oeyx." said the Ill MUUIUNik Ef-lML\\D SWAliEr" Profr. 4. j

cannot drive your animals faster; you all\ the year, but make them sure LaUD professor. "Ceyx was drowned, *(tract SMVsras "
\ .time of No doubt and Alcyone learning of bill fate Mr low*nl '
i cannot load your wagons heavier on through the. harvest oil
Mi.It .
sea IYe.l cm
; your -present roads. The only thing plenty of material, can be found in your threw herself Into the sea. The gods rwist.wit*r M. ear ci Int. wI' e SANITARY', PLUMBING |r f1.
i were- moved by the tragedy._ of the Oto BT w
'. will If
that, remains is to improve the roads own vicirity that answer properly
.combined. Neither sand young lovers. They brought\ them L. M. 'WHIDDEN & CO. . '
"A farmer of a certain county in the I or clay '- .
back to life In the form of halcyons.or .. -
et ---, "- South kept a',record of his hauling to "alone will make ,i'''a' desirable road--but kingfishers,'and they decreed that :.awe: assure tin,Ws) -1o.Date Service"' , HEATINd. aiid EETf.METAL'WORK 1

l. and from his market town for one year. the two'combined'will, make a very tot, the, seven pays from ,'f>wc.! "22 to '' f''i t ",
'' He made 120 d' rabed serviceable,road-marl would be' better. Dee 20 should remain calm Our .ladles' Line Is Mow Complete t'
\ .trips them at the sea .. . .,'o'oThor 'or
*2 a trip, figuring on the market price Such a road would,.b > neither muddynor while the sea birds built theirnests -

if it is properly dragged with 'Upon It Those seven days, the last !'
for labor' and team. By doubling his dusty ae.tllc,8i 11 ,8r,8ue* **

I load he could, therefore, save $120 a a "King road drag" after each rain. Of the year are therefore .called Ual- r J RULL

5 ," year, It is seen at once, assuming the ,It would not-be a bad idea if each neigh- cyon days-days of tranquillity, a kind M.'TILLER Ir' BASS MARKET ;
II I of very Indian summer. Here In ,
correctness of the figures, that if web 'borhood would make a specimen pieceof

; can'cut transportation charges in half I road by mixing, rolling and dragging days America lazte; have myth no'of real Alcyone halcyon and Real Estate! Agency.Realty t Bearden. BoildihgOne.Block from Depot

for the farmer, $300,000,000 annuallywill it. T':'>ey would do more-sfor, good roads Oeyx comes from the Mediterranean, : . :

\ be reserved to the farmer. in that section than all the argumentthat and in that blue and gold region it is : . Fresh Florida of all 'JdlHlfoi.

i I ;' Now, the question that at once arises' could be offered in a year, for the a fact that the year Is ushered out, by bought and. sold. EATS] I '

,i CA: to 'in the mind, of every one Is, where is facts would be proven. a procession of still mild, splendid' Houses rented. .. and .estern, at <*

I' that roada days-silent- and glittering days of halcyon Taxes paid and Titles* verified ..,
this $3O ,OO ,OOO going to sbow ? What I Just remember good mean
S: leaS double weather."-Washington Poet. for -mm-residents. POULTRY: EGGS.. FRESH FISH
k part do I get, you say. It -certainly,, that you can deliver at the .
t .. Life and Accident In-
true-that this $;JOlOOOIJo!( (><> () is a charge : amount of truck on each loud. It you .. Fire. .. flllenliaiL
la Phone Orders'and
Special Free 1!
Lifting Child.
a
surance. '
r" against the. farmers' lands and outfits. : are ten miles away, yqu save one trip
"I wish" said.tbe woman who has JA Bonds.grrit"vfifirjeriif. lo of lie
Indemnity 'Delivery parl 1tojie
any City J 89
:;... If he can save it, it must certainly of twenty miles. Will it pay you 1 children of her own. "that women .1 0 :
:! show somewhere. Each farmer! must >wr* .
would understand the delicate mechanism o ::::--....
'" in for his share of it. Anent. the Sidewalk.Dear .
come
$; of e. child. How would they like

lr"I\ There is 'a way in which the farmer's Editor: According to our edict a giant to come along and suddenly

?' saving in transportation charges shows promulgated! by our City Council, I am, drag them from the ground by one

'--i>f"? : in the value "of his farm. Hole is a with others, forced to lay down a side- arm:as 1 have seen so many people do

D walk in front' of premises or to to children? When you're lifting'child a r
,,. farmer who holds title to 100 acres of my Buffer .
f.' land at $10 value, 1,000.. The farm is the penalty of a fine. The City lift It evenly by .both amis ,or
from the waist. Don't yank It up by a' s
G five miles from town on bad roads. Council some time since laid down certain -
grab at one wrist and then wonder
Let the county put tbat five miles of ,specifications relative to these side why it cries. It makes me so angry 1

road In first-Class condition. What is wa1{ land. others question the dura- always want to pull tbe arm of that

a the result ? Some one comes hlong and j bility of a sidewalk made according to Inconsiderate, woman hard and see if

offers that farmer $1,500 for his place. the Council's directions Query : AmI she wouldn't cry too. It's a thing that 1. / / ,s

ke That farmers essentially the same and others subject to follow these mothers and aunts and sisters ought

and to learn."-Philadelphia Times. r
directions thereby losing money,
it-*, A Crop of some kind of product may ,
have I are we subject to a fine by followingthe
improved some''part. of it a little
example of other cities by applyil'gtheir His Exp.otatlonL"nave "
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but the soil is practically the same It 'Great Expectations1"sked '
I you
specifications which have been
is the same farm Bufcthb value of the the fluffy! haired damsel as she
tried out ? _
farm is $6 an acre more, and the wealth j entered the' circulating library and cast

't .of the owner has' increased $500 in one' As the city's mixture has been tried her large lustrous blue eyes upon the

t"l year. That is his share of the saving and found sadly wanting, why does not new assistant. And be his mental

a due to that road improvement. I the City Council recall their edict until equilibrium upset for tbe moment by ,..

Z they are sure of their ground by lIe ur. her loveliness'stammered put:
., ? This may really be more than thatfarmer's
ing specifications which would be a benefit "Well-cr-no, miss, I can't say exactly : ..
,I. share for a single year, but 1 I that, but I believe I'M heir tomyold.aunt '" '
citizens and .
to our a lasting monument .. .-
real estate values are likely to jump in who's got something Just :
to the beautifying of our city, "
.{.. that way. This increased value will A Would-Be City Improver. under a hundred pounds In the post- .. .
F persist during a number of years; lI"y,1 .. omce savings bank."-London Tele- .
"- Poor plumbing is mighty dear at any price. In
that,at the end of five years that graph ,
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', er's"place will have an estimated value, "Take your arm Shop.'away, slrr sharply ---- 'Insult and 'Injury. 'fact it wonld-provo dear If done for' nothing, some '.

} recognized by every one, greater tear exclaimed the Indignant maiden. .

i it had five years before, and a certain "So," said the young editor' musingly scissors We are dates told back that to the the Invention fourteenth of times.. What's the rinsWer ? Let us do It, and -dtiIt. ...

A f adequate1, part of this increased "an unexpected accident, "It regret ,
value
century. p it should be done and then it will STAY done.OSGEOLA'HARDWARE ; ..:
'may be attributed directly to the five to cay prevents our going to Just think of 1U Delilah must have as "

rs miles of improved roads. praam.. "Chicago Tribune cot lIl1IOn'.1 hair with a ki11D.- / -
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t Cleveland Plain Dealer. ..
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>i then largely to the increased --

t'value'of/ your holdings,(hat you should Judged It by Hlmsslf. '
'l'awk1Da-Wb does a ken cross the
'f'' X' \q / for the Always. :
financial
\ look benefits of
/ good
/ seed Foorpelgh-BeallJ don't know! will enable
Agent-This speedometer
I/ roads Jt I is in that direction CO.S
i that the
+ A ben hasn't. any tailor.-Boston yon to know bow fast yonvare going. .
i '4i" I ,,large i tsjijriblejproflts He. Transcript Otto Feend-1 don't' need one. My 0" LuPFER. :,:

\r'\ ,J. a,i A banker fh'Elmore county, Alabama bank balance.,tells ,me Just as. welL L. Manager "

;'\ ',1.4j recently: during a campaign: for a bond Repentance Is the golden, key that Puck | t '.
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). ,issue for'roads, asked a farmer to s.tV Iwo the palacs'of eternltyv-Ullfon.; 1, '
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I fair price,"on,, hI'r'pla.e, and agreed to 'i.Pde'kbio: The;
*, lor"sal* ."sit this fallen,asleep 1D JUfe-feteven
ful has ; '
:; .I1' f ;,. :contract:' for the purchase: of that place1i office for'10 cents.; -" .,,':..\-'" ':'__' \ I mt'' "* 'g,, ' > -.f ''ff l ppIo ,
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f ,wllshe covets the ,conveniences.that A ,
OVIHEORG.lA M WEST FLORID A Corespondent.Th1FAwbgk'aphtid wealth ,bestows/ae1. ;Jinowfi' neb of the "

.. ... vft' will require a cares and anxieties- 'which'disturb- the 1 : ,. .

r,. "" \ *.. .. strong retftfdrcement. to .sustain Its'in mind of thoee who. era engaged in taeeepeculaUve ,
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i, tegrity.e an*important item gatherer :_ | '. '. "

LANTlF COAST LINE and a* the'wrtsr7e tlwugbta are on th. ,Several. year*: aa account pub- i /" . "

rambling'order"of business. this mornIng i chad of' tt.auf ;igave;.ae,.tb.z.s oo. : 'in
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} ,-1 have an idea that the article-wili for such act.that the party' bad bat mluhdred. .rf < .'I..;.'.' . .

'M01\i'DA'Y"i 'M' Y.1',2'2N' be somewhat. :'?af ter the'nature of said .' and forty thousand dollar oaspeculative. I I'I. t F

., .. .. thoughts.H\ ,v 'I.' a; .,iiurastmnt. The same : : : '"''''':' ,'';''''
The Hotel da Beulahth\ ...I not; man- left his b eiza more than enough to 'T

RATES FROM KISSIMMEE;, : . though.the. .tourist ae.eonlaaa, passed.The bays' purchased,(fectoU county.. .
": rb ire still a number-ot,comers and- Mr..McClellimd: 1a..still absent. from y
I I'J.i, --:-To- ..... -To- $6.50' goers who appreciate the esteemed hoii \y' ltd c. Ills hog range appears at PlorifiPeople,
: Valdosta, Ca.$5.50 Boston Oa : : :
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a. tees and' the admiraqle young ladies present.to>consume: moat of that gen-
svillei; F. .,
Thom Oa. $5.50 Ri'ver. Junction, ; a. $5.50 who'assist Miss Beulah in the culinary lemmx'a time. d

'J. tylohticelia, Fla. $5.50 alnbrldee, Oa.p.5O.. -Our still -l
; department And then the hospitality of : leglalaton: are busy stockingha .
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A 1 : thos who reside within'the.domicile Is coda, about five hundred bills hay ,. ....

FINAL' LlMlT OF TICkETS MAY 29TH unlimited both host and hostess being lag:: already been Introduced, and there . j
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, noted for this virtue.. ,, is about three weeks moi-s.,lAve for thehonorable = "
(for tickets, reservations or Information, call on I : .'
Mr.: Bradly, supposed to be afflicted, gentlemen to' continue the
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nearest Atlantic Coast Line TIcket'Agent' or ,
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; '. ' with consumption having been consigned business. ta
\ : ,BEAZLEY, T..P. A. J.; G. KIRKLAND, D.P4A.? stocking ,
v to the county's lodging house The railroad grading is reply l ap- .
TAMPA.
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S e was kindly cared fbr and waited on dur- proacning our city, and we Are as ,
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:I ipg their' forced stay at Wliitfier last eagerly awalt.inz'lts arrival. The proSpects '. '

week, and every kindness and attentionthaf for, a depot at Whittter has not

hospitality, could ,demand-was be-' yet been discussed,, from every section, '.. 9cc

; A stopred upon himself and family while The real estate market holds firm cc North, East uid: .West, are look,: .

t :THAT'S HIM, they remained under the'care of Mr. with but few sales. Property'holders lug towardlhls State for homes! :"

t0 r . Joe and Miss Beulah/: Will Fertis accompanied do not express: any anxiety about their : '. i

\ .. the parties mentioned to future cb.nce..tor. selling. .more and more each. year.. ',- v

f, The RU-BER-OID Han their destination.Mr. The rifle and -shot-gun brigades hay "'
We have. some' of' the most
1'r 'Moore, formerly ot the United lug been disbanded, the deer and turkey '
) "The> Maoevfth the:Roll' i States army, having served four years : have resumed their quiet occupations desirable property; In the City : .

) Remember him-he Elands for the in said army, entered' homestead last of eating and drinking without and County., oif .ourj list, all ot -

original and berflpo&sible Ready* year and was.on-hia way to Kissrmmee molestation.Our .
f . which ire offer at lowest
fo-Lay Roofing. to prove up said residence, having been Champion farmer and all around prices .' ;

.4 When requireioofing-the allowed his four: years'-service as a por- good' fellow report crops on his place obtainable. ,

you tion of the time a homesteader has to In fair condition.Frank ,, .. t
befit can afford is cheapest, ( Hero will find that
you you we '
r remain pn land. This gentleman and his family is! one of the
r! and 'ii you can afford a house i Mr. Granger, who has a certificate for few families in Florida who do not deep have the advantages of good

:; YOU WANT land in the same neighborhood, were over their rights, but just work right . schools churches electric _...
lAtso guests at the Hotel -de Qeulah'during "on regardless of wind and weather, and' -
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"ffl'eir stay in our city. these are,.the kind that attain success.: lights, sewers, and an abundant "..- :
RUBEROIDRoofing
: "Travelers' Rest is still on the Flor- We attended Bro. Guy's meeting Sat apply of the ilnest artesian ,

idian TOad to completion-slow and urday and heard the reverend! gentleman -
water in the State.
somewhat sure.! preach about halting between two rr

Messrs. Gpseie, Oliver, Rudy and Nat opinions. Six young ladies were admitted Write or call on us for any '
...._
vapor_ Aa4 their shearing
Bass have completed sheep to membership. We thoughtthe
kind of real
The beat for excluding heat., cold, rain and, snow having secured! something over ten preacher somewhat inconsistent on estate proposition .,

The only bales of wool. the preaching and. practice theory, assuring you may desire. V J JA JAA >
ready-roofing that can
1. Mrs. Jane Base, wife of. our.countycommissioner the members that the uncer-
be made in
permanent colors.
received word that her tainty of human life called for promptand 1

With RU-BER-OID, Beautiful Colored Effecfta In Red. fatber, Mr.Nettles, was sqfTering froma immediate action, and then postponing ,
Brown and Green can be attained and maintained, aa these stroke of paralysis, and they Imme- the baptism of those receivedInto .,
colorsare worked into the material 'In manufacture and are aa
diately started! on their, journey _to the church until next meeting./ ..
permanent as the roofing Itself. No other prepared roofing can'be _. '
$ colored [In process of making (our patents prevent and Christmas, where her father resides. But then, as one of those old Romans I I" .F 'I

colored otherwise. the colon cannot be permanent. Investigate. Mr. Nettles is a veteran- of both the Anthony I believe, at Cae or'a funeral,

Indian and Confederate wars, serving declared that Brutus was an honorable I
S. oJ- 'Booklet. .
na f our. Hoofing ,
with-distinction in both armies. man, so we may apply the honorable to I r::.

i iTHE STANDARD PAINT CO Mr. Riley Godwin is rounding qp cattle Bro. Guy and declare with him that un' No 401-Very deslrable,,(olose in of city on lake front., four acre of

N f. / his windups taking about all the! def certain! cjrcumstances delays'are hbra, located on nice' marled street, which are tiled and In. cultivation.. ;;

W William Street, New York. surplus cowboys in and about Whittier. ,' admissible.i Rex. three blocks from business center good flowing well, gasoline engine and ..

Distributors That gentleman1 well known integrity; '
: House contains seven rooms. Beautiful pump; good barn. Under'proper cuttlTatlon F: k
for services More More Money.The f.r
OSCEOLA HAKDWAU1C< C(t. and just recompense ren- fruit the 'can.be..pald7oe"hIn '
dered secures for him the aid of the bearing trees and flowers This Is locatedIn property
Fla. twenty-page pamphlet '
Kissimmee,
-- and of the three out of the products frafe .
best our city can afford. the above attractive title fully meets good neighborhood one year f."'",z,

At the Urawdy mansion all is well. the expectations of its readers. It i Is most attractive! places! In the city. Offered the land. This. land, Is. ,admirably '

The Patriarch has .been suffering from tasty in design, and baa practical grove for a short. time for:. $1000. We adapted to celery, lettuce. Clauhflo"er J
- Ti-.H but his appetite -(
slight indisposition; as methods advocated in the pleasing man know that similar property is l held at tomatoes; Cucumbers! potatoes. sad ..
has been badly off,no serious t
' never yet
all literature issued by i
fears entertained concerning his ner common to much higher figures, and thisIs a real-'any vegetable, desired. PrIce f3,000.i" ; \
=- : .1,1 ; were Wflson-& Toomer Fertilizer: Company .. '
- -: tli. recovery. The rest of ui have hardly ', who are to seed bargain .. ,
Jackoonville pleased
'i! C r' J.
Sf I anything to complain.of; in fact I if,there copies free ,.on request The staff of . kil} . 7l ,' "." ..:_ .. ..;"' "
,. ..; .r" . ".. : I
: i I.a serious, case of...Icknen in Whit this firm are''experienced citrus growere :, ..k:,t'1., .... .' ', .' 't i :. t': ,t.. ." A1 ej J .. '", ,>'
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"BUYDWORDS' ' ./, ,\ 1 'i
: / tier it has not been reported. who keep up with the latest sclen- ,Jr.awI', 'Awl I' \ "' jf' """'
--- .' ,, :'I. .,: I.. ." '' 'I" < . Sol Fadgett has been.' -confined, to his- tifid researches., Their writings afquoted'as '.." ., ;:. ' J'1 t 'f (' ,t f*;400;-$700 burs one, of he'mmt dear. ;

SIT 7 ;. .'.WALK.OVERu'and 'DOROTHY DbDDU are the bed for some time: as the result of having : authority, by 'many .of;the No. 407-If 'oQ..re'iIooklnA'.fo. ai';:'able i.building sites t tnhebeit i ,resident; '

most popular buy words when it come to shoes; been 'thrown from 'a hone, bit,t: best writers and speakers in the state; comfortable' hom6 close l to the lake, ''sections of the city. ; -close to courthouse
will sometimes throw people I In"
There are reasons-- three of them- this horses country, and I believe he did fail while in the grove their advice Is con postbmce aud court house"', l la the best poBtofflce and churches,. Let us 't,
sidered second to none, for it always i ia is
section let. show it to
residence us
COMFORT. STYLE, DURABILITY on Sol. show you this beautiful lot Full loprraatloti .
practical solution of the troubles oc
TfOnters' Paradise has been Invadedby YOU. House has seven rooms and hall, ( to interested ,
These three degrees of satisfaction fully guaranteedin curring. They place this service at the parties
are
a fresh band of hunters. The Whid- electric'lights: ; on line well located
command of the public, knowing the
the purchase of den. Brannon affair has inspired several success of the fertilizer business de- corner lot, for $2,200. Terms on halfif : .

"WALK-OVERS for men, or of our young sportsmen to enter the pends upon the success of the growers, desired. &
"DOROTHY DODDS" for ladies. arena,and as the dears as not as timidas ,
and we trust our readers interested In

Come in and let unfit you properly. I formerly, my impression is that results Florida products will get into communi- No. .412 '
Pine
..1, .... maybe looked fur in the not very cation with them. .$ vacant resident lot 9
-f: ,,, .. distant future; meanwhile our demo- 100x00 feet, located .In. North Klsslm-

cratic.rooster. has his weather eye open; Florida on clay street. Lot has a''beautiful.
Maps. No. -J'lve-room two
C. W. DANN cottage
; his tadpole plantation has not yet 1
growth oj large forest trees It.
on
- :r- brought forth its customary increase Upon receipt Of 25 cents at the Valley rooms plastered, three. celled; located
- Exclusive Shoe Store:: { ; Gazette office a pocket map of Florida Lovely site for a permanent. or winter
but he's oil.UK'his feathers and lookingfor will be mailed to any address In. the i In the West part. of city; fine /garden, '

J fowldom's beverage which he feels United States. We can also furnish nice young fruit. trees; lot. 130x315 ft. hone Price $400 cash. H

assured will come to his aid ere long. of Osceola county at Cl each, and' ,
wile A bargain at $800.
to estimate sectional
glad on maps
The Colonization and Hunter's land

-- - companies continue their efforts to increase of any kind. ..tt ,; J

our population, and we fully be- -- & .

lieve that they will be successful i In DON'T WAIT .No. 408-$fcMne vacant. lot inoneotthe -1.
GL'EN'N.-RE'AG1N bringing: us a class of citizens who will
-No. 403-Looking for a comfortable fastest growing subdivisions In the "
add greatly the good and welfare of .,.....
trtir neighborhood. / home Close In? This property conslata city. Nice high ground, large shade '
Take Advantage: of a Kisalrame
: ADVERTISERSWe The"general crop prospects is good. Citizen's! Experience Before of 40 acres land, twenty of which are trees. This lot "North considerable

'r ..., Corn is in the wasting ear, garden peas .. it'a'roo Late. in bearing orange grove, ten acres more money than tne price asked '

I and beans have been' abundant, and Price $100cash. .
.. We prepare and olace copy --. cleared and In cultivation) rood five-
''"., We compile and print booklet, Irish potatoes have not disappea'' edIt When the back begins to ace, room cottage; two deep Wells. This A
.' We sell CALENDARS, Signs Bulletins was feared for a time that dry Don't wait until backache become
Boards and Advertising .Novelties in Leather, weather would injure tine crop, bu.Ytte chronic; prooertv is located ipslde of city limits 'IC :

'-( Celluloid and Allurmnu-nw fine rains we! have been hav lsi- Till serious kjdney troubles 'develop; close to school and churches. An a
Till urinary troubles destroy night' .. .a :,5
pated those fears, and the
- present rest. ,- ideal homei-'Possession can be secured
promises that the will well No. 414-We have secured the sale, of .
,, crop repay Profit by a Kissimmee citizen's>xpe- on short notice. Price $10rXU.)
WE ARE .PUBLICITY EXPERTS.LONG the trouble expended in its culture. rience.Z. forty residence lots in one of the latest; ; '
'The cattle in fine W. Bass, contractor and bui "i'
are condition, and Xis
subdivisions. We will
sell
DISTANCE PHONE 296JAMPAT Clyde avenue and Hughey street, the entire t
milk butter
buttermilk and $
.
clabber simmee, Fla., says: "I do not hesitateto '- loirlo
.. forty a body, or will sell them
.
SUITE 4 & 6 FLORIDA aplenty. The past winter was what recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, for
we would call a severe one, but its they did me more good than any other singly! at prices that. are eight. See:

BANK .OB-TAMPA. BUILDING effect on the bovine has not been seri remedy I ever used. My back was so No.4n_ -One of the finest trucking us if you are on the lookout for s>.

/ ous. Woods burning in December and lame that I could hardly get around, propositions? In the State. Tract consists "
'. and it was impossible for me to stoop| ; moneymaking proposition of any ,
.. .j January produced a fine crop of early or lift. I had pains in my loins and wa of about. 12 acres, located In heart kind. -- _\

grass 'and prevented much suffering\! bothered by a too frequent desire to
among the cattle. pass the kidney secretion Dpsn'i
Kidney Klv, which I procured the '
: The hog crop is in' splendid order. Kissimmee'Drug' Co., )loon removed my ,
.:. L. M. MARSH fie 'CO. If the drovers could establish a combination trouble and I now have no cause for .

'trust, so as to receive a fair complaint."...(Statement, :given May 21, N
DIAL.RS IN .INII ,LlNII"-OF 1908.) .
price the'live
proportionate for product, .
STAPLE-'AND Re-endonement.-Mr. Bass was ln
FANOY
-r :, independent i fortune could .be madeon terviewed on February 22, 19I1. and he
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the animals ,in. this! county; but' said/ : "I willingly confirm my former'endorsement

t ,,' '' GR0' Q .E'.'R' I E r S' I'I't disposed speculation'01{ begins his -hards after, and the the raiser consequence has allow remedy its has continued of-certainly' oan'.publication.Kidney Pills of This am the; wM. ; BR. AKER.&CO.... : < ( ;)

.. i la that be who has the I *proven: n
.... : troubleof greatest benefit'to me. {
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.". :....., fREE : A"'O" ,P.U..I! raising, getsa, mere pittance compared For sale. by all dealers. Price 60 ets.FosterMilburn Over* Osceola Pharmacy r
DE.LlVERY tQ.11 arts of tie c.ltJ.
;, PllIlDpll1d courteous olteohoo with th. i'rice. paid for the pork Co., Buffalo, N. Y.sol
.T. .........C>>N.. 'N_.. .' ,' agent the-United Staten .
"'...10.,- p R -. ,1 7Is in bur: market.v.But"acombination' Remember' the aam..-Doadts-snd KI SIMME ;tu FLU DaJDAr

l"-f .. '; . "labor" .and- capital' :that*t -would!'. be, mutu:':.I I I take no other;' .

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11 : ; e\Jair( Necessary.- bor 1'roeq. Havana.-.bput:a..quarter of.* tY '

; ;; : BATTLESHIP MAINE mil from the west shore on which the .the FI ? NI NI4y
at their I
.unty Commissioners city of Havana is situated. tIt la..submerged 1 is f

; 1,: : on,the first Monday in this in 85 feefof water and 17 feet ,
; ... a resolution to repair the Government Wonting to' Float the of mud, there being but the'mainmast! I A .
{
of a new one. n
building
I the Commissioners! can see Ship the,Blowing Up of whirl tom and a steel mass of twisted. ,unrecognizable; i
protruding;above the surfaceof :
;E ;,t ; : clear to jreclnd this action, Caused Spanish-Amerka War c the water, ,with one ana of*'_ davit,
;
: : de.ire'to enter Into a L
any ,. at anothsrpolntlndiciting'the side ,of "I,
) n of' the' subject, we 1- ": r what had once.been vea- i r >l lr lt
'4} : ; : : The Valley Gazette baa made arrangements a magnificent I
j ; it Is 'impossible to".make sel.'The mainmast towers :
about 40
thejaw with Mr. Leon -Canova;, who -
erit Jail conform to I (
feet above the
of live at Havana, Cuba, to furnish this water, the extreme top
J
,expenditure '
an enormous blown, ,but the ,
,
away crow's nest is In.tact. -
with article each week J
be,made an telling;
that It never paper
can
One the
of l large steel
yard armsattached
:
IB making -
that will reflect credit upon of the progress government
of'how much ; In raising the Maine, 'the sinking of to this mast la still In, place, : ,
; regardless the outer end now raised from the water .
FF' it;* In the first which brought about the :war between : ,
01.\:\ spent upon .Into which It had,fallen, and lein
a good.
will have to- be enlarged to the United States and Spain. The following ,
t N. !.t. for the care of the is the first of the aeries of these state ofrreservation. at least that part t '
proper ;
of It which
the two sexes, ail to do articles. was submerged thirteenyears. and peace "f
.: To this mast a number! of withered w HUALTII to bring .
encroach | 'iJ
t" be necessary to on '
14 wreaths are fastened souvenirs
,
','\' '. residence, which should Havana," Cuba, May 13-After an of the happiness tot e' ;'

as the family of that offi elapse of thirteen years the American by the'recent American memorial exercises held ,I ', farmtr while pro pefity !shines I/rightly:/ round\
colony in Havana '
r""; 'r living in cramped quarters. people will soon know the cause of the the occasion of the I lay anniversary on : his poultry quarters when fenced with

: again, that we hope the Com destruction of. the battleship!Maine"in of the explosion which Destroyed '
the,
: can see their way clear to the harbor of Havana, on the nightof '
j. Perfect"
Rood vessel ,
J1+ and sent BO many-Arnei'? "Pittsburgh .;
: action takes at their last February 16th, 1898-an event which leans to tragic deaths'. Those ceremo-'
1.1'+ and call for bids to construct worked several changes on the ,map of
lea, the last to be :eld at the site of the
fj sheriff's residence along'tt\e 'the world, was responsible for an era jKseck. were more impressive than anyl Poultry and-Garden FenceIn i
.. f of wonderful the United
: intended] .' prosperity in observed? on previous anniversaries. :
'I. -' i jf" States and greatly increased the prestige The vicinity of the wreck at the quality of material, method construction' durability

I County Record of glartow, of 'that country. t present time presents a scene of busy' with real service as well as in distinctive appearance<<

.I f"u 1 to the most courteously It was expected that the wreck of activity, for there are fourteen separate I .Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence stands pre-eminently first. ..
.f' : wishes of the pastors of that the historic battleship-would have been of
: piece. floating plant, consisting of pile! *
the/future -
it
; ; e"A, : that in exposed to inspection on the thirteenth drivers, derricks, dredges, pumping i Electrically Welded J:
of "Pastor" Ru.-
: no more anniversary of the destruction of that barges, scows and steamers especially i '
Why are the pastors at the joints these the fence's parts. "One solid
r vessel, but the work was -greater equipped for the work. Near the wrecka are strongest -
C Roman Catholic,'Episcopal of metal" it. the hardest ,
undertaking than at first calculated. Its small house is built above the wateron piece aptly phrases Through usage
l 1 churches opposed to now predicted that the pumps whichare piles, and it is "to this structure a Pittsburgh' Perfect" Fence,'stands erect,, even and firm. .

r !" Russell? Simply because to lift the water from the immense large submerged cable leads the electric OPM;; Hearth Wiry mad.teem ow own formula add p.rf.ctr.*!...- .t
; much' fakir as was Lad with par sins (lh.m\y\ .>l>.ni>tn. mete ..b...Iut.lr r i -_.O.)
SJ
t' coffer dam and leave the battered hulk,, power used in the operation of machinery 1.th.et.q.N,tw.h..l end ibl.la muuMd '
'i.lpj'i1RGHirplRF
and Alec. Dowie. His .
exposed to view will begin work before and for lighting purposes, for day rscl..a.dis Bchul* lr F.nc*

j.i are" opposed to the doctrines the end of ,the present month. Once and night shifts have been at work for For FIELD, FARM RANCH LAWN, I

+ orthodox Christian churches. this work is begun the pumps will have months. About one hundred men are -. POULTRY _i'URPOSFS"Pittsburgh "

II Russell has nothing to com- the space around the "Maine" clear of now employed, although as many as Perfect" Fence perfectly meets the most exacting

f : to. Christian people ex- water' within w4 ek;.they have cape.* 300 have been on the.;oat one time, requirements. _
lawn :tie, chin whiskers lift the cubic feet of
city to 1,600,000 when the. large caissons were being For Sale By ,
_
look. He is "pastor" -
f$ water enclosed in the coffer dam in constructed and, great quantities of
: and never was; he Is sim hours but it'is the intention to liz
d twenty steel were constantly being handled. InMTHELD W. B. Makinson Company
of a congregation of reli- remove "the growth of barnacles, accumulation '
The work
now being done occd leaa
who themselves the
style
of slime and from the
f moss large portion of the harbor; for ene of Kis !mmee, Fla. -
Dawn and A
,
Propaganda
?
q wreck, as the water is gradually lowered -
the
time for 1he coming of the large suction dredges operating
in order to obviate the disagreeable ..
a distance of 250 yards from the outer -
If the great recognized re odors sure to arise from the decomposition -
of the
edge oval of caissons surrounding
: of the world pronounces,
of this growth when exposed to
i ;; the wreck and this oval
; ; consisting of
against his teachings, -- -'-'-- - - ---
you the sun. A l large force of men will be
-r that it Was through no 'i thus employed and all of the growth twenty caissons, each fifty feet in diameter I an unbroken'oval 1 completely around the"Maine" I wall of water rising 52 feet above the '
'I is 614 feet in length and 247 which the "Maine" rests. It
on
of
but In the interest they remove from the wreck will be leaving an inner working ground '
I .x feet in breadth. From this dredge is the purpose: of the surrounding caissons
; of revealed religion.-Palat- pumped out into the open bay as, a precautionary large tube 24 inches in diameter is con- space of 45 feet all around the wreck. to restrain these waters, enablingthe

,' r measure against sickness. nected in joints about 20 feet long, and At the present time the finishing of J minutest inspection of the hull of
After the water has been pumped out, these caissons is being hurried forward, the vessel so that the exact truth may
N.( Popular. laid across a number of pontoons up to I be known to the world. As soon as the
b the mud which covers the bottom of the a little filling being added .each day so
to wake 'em up when I the oval where the tube terminates at cause of the explosion is ascertained.
y: i office," said the enthusiastic harbor to the depth of seventeen feet the particular caisson to be filled. Mud that the earth within them settles prop the work of removal will bt>girl.
a will also be removed tnd the real workon earth erly and adds strength to the entire I In next week's issue I will give an interesting -
and
r dredged from the bottom .of the work sinceSeptember
+' : SOB," replied Senator Sor the wreck will commence. structure, which will be severely taxed I account of "
Life harbor, is in this manner pumpedinto let, 1910, when the United
alarm clock be useful, The wreck of the "Maine lies about is of the
v may each caisson separately, so that when the water pumped out i States engineers first arrived to begin
1 '. very popular."-Washing one-third of the'distance across the har- I they stand up firm and .aoliil, forming Immense oval. Then there will be a I I wjork on the "raising of the Maine".


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; ' ; Prices good while this_ .. advertising runs
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Find We Have Extra Heavy Stock That Must Be Reduced To Make Room For Fall Goods '


Before Purchasing Don't Fail To Call On Us For Prices


''' ;, Many Goods Not Listed Below ,

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DOO SNotePrices SCREEN DOORSGreen SASH-To Close Out Stock EXTRA BARGAINSTABLE .


,It YELLOW PINE painted, all sizes, well made 1 00 4 Light 12x24: : .. . . .95 'Per boz GLASSES. . One style only I : . 31 C
2-6..6-6and. 2-8x6-8--H thick . . 1.25 Black Screen. . . .. . . .$ .. 12x28! . . . . 1.00
-- 2-6x6-6'snd, 2-8x6-8-11 thick . . 1.35 TOILETSET 10 piece, gold trimmed. o fff
f 12x30 . . 1.10
Frame, inch thick. Extra .
one Worth 7O
Black .. $4.00 : .
WHITE PINE Brace. Fine mesh black .$1.30 14x 28 . . . . 1.20 '"
2-6x6-6. and 2-8x6-8-1- thick . .1.60 wire.. 15x30 . . . . . 1.40 27c
,+ 2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8-11 thick . 1.65 Natural Finish one and oneeighth inches thick. 15x82 . 1.60 JELLY GLASSES Per Dos .

STORE DOORS 5-0x7-0-11 . . 10.00 pr. No. 16 gauge Galvanized, wire. All "
1 . .
", joint mortised.Extra fine


:"h 24x26 . . . . 1.05 I . . ..94C .
Most Complete Line ofBUILDERS' f-' .. 24x28 . . : . . .'.. . 1.10 ", (0 large) '..

HARDWAREto 24x30 . . . . . 1.20
r WINDOW SCREENS .41
.. 24x32 . . . 1.25- WHITE DINNER PLATES-set of 6. . .. C
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be bad in town. .Call and Adjustable-But Flies can't get in 3'9c ... 26x30 . . . . . .1.30.
i ; look it over and get prices before bay q. Any sice. . . . . .' . . , 80x30 . . . . . 1.50 WHITE CUPS and SAUCERS-set ot 6. 43c




i'L t - FURNITURE:E STOVES i I ETC. .


The building known*b--tbe Old Opera House i is to be TORN DOWN and we offer the ENTIRE STOCK of Furniture Iron and Braaa Bed, Chairs, Sideboard, Table, Stoves, Etc. at

.. :. Cat; for Cash-or on 60 Day Appro ed Note. '

I ARGAlNS IN TRUNKs TO CLOSE OUT THE LINEI


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{ '-,- PAINTS -- \ FENCING NAILS 1- MORE BARGAINSSCHRAM

: 1 Paint in 1 Gallon Can.,. .. . . . ... . . . .tl.50 PITTSBURO >BarECT FENCB THE BEST 3d Fine Price by Keg only $3.00 AUTOMATIC SEALING
h. ", Paint in 6 Gallon Kegs per gal . .., . . . .. .S.40 3d Shingle .. ,, 2.95 Pint Jars, per doc . . . 43c
24 inch 6 lnj ai>art ''per rod .21} .. .. -
f: $1.00 Brush Free with every 10 Gallons Painy ii high Stays "-j .. ..264 4d Common .. .. 2.806d'
} 6"
S6
If'
1 WE iGUARANTEE'\ THIS PAINT. . 46 ." 6.. .... .. .27* 7d'< .. -- 2.2.708d" 70 MATTING, per yard . . .. . . . . . .19c '"
If .81, ., .. '
t I' 62 6 2.60 FLOWER-POTS ALL SIZES
r AT COST
c .
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? v! .. We have 60 Gallons Garfield Paint HEAVY FIELD: FENCE lOd 2.55 REFRIGERATORS AT COST -
.: e to close . . .IOC 80 inch high Stap12 in. apart per rod 12d ? 2.55
out, gallon .
'. per : Qfl < _,'* ** ** If 21 20d and larger" 2.50
.1.00
8 REGULAR 50 CENT
BROOMS
,.I 39 '* '* 12 "* ." for
BARB WIRE

t, VARNISHES. ? 18 inch high POULTRY 2 Inch mesh NETTING pr roll 1.00 Heavy a 80 rod Spool . . . . . . 2.25 LINOLEUM, per square yard '. . . 50c ,
.. ..
e 25 PER CENT REDUCTION ,. 24 .1. If 1.36
II. If If If 2.00.
r &__! 86 .. BLACK SCREEN
1 WIRE
f If. 2.65 CLOTH
., . 48 .. ..' STEP LADD .:
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} .. TaeK1sa1mmCCVal16pGazcZc11.L ) We are 'pleased''to. : .tate'that Road\ .Mri.""--- .R. M.. 'Evans mater and..niece, '!.,:MrsBIlbert7." 1'and.''Mrs. c.'W.GrtffliiJ1SElirtafne .-.... _.. . ---. . ,.
4 Superintendent. "A'sfiton,has so far recovered ;.i Misses .Margaret' Evans'and: 'Laura I d:'the Tiaies7of" -- --- --- - <" j

,{. -rBHtPHONBNO.il.' from his! 'recent illness aa..to be i Thomas' respectively, left Qn' :Tuesday; Methodist church with a"Talent.Tea";
:" ... : r r : 1 out agai '.-* t for Atlanta, and Will spend the summer on Wednesday afternoon. ''Appropriate

.PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY We regret to learn that Master Mur.1 risfting' 'relative and friends In Geor exercise., consi.tingof: music and recitations PLAY?
: +-BT--- gia. iBAIL
r I were rendered, and tempting refreshments
r}T lieretreet! the little son'of Tax ,:
W. _,' P4ARRtB', ,were ;
\ served The
. : Assessor J;. L. Ov.rstreet, l is1 quit.* seriously I The t.aymen'i Union Meeting'wlll be ,, entertainment 'CO> IK CENTER y
.. heldat
was the residence of
,- < I leld 8 o'clock afternoon tnthe'1orIethodllt "
.I ill., QMr at Sunday ;1
church M,. J. W.'Pren- .City,Clerk J, R*,Gilbert. !
.- Harry Sloan time a:'resi- !
:; Weather atone tie leading. A full attendance la de- letter
-: ,Report: dent of Klssimmee, but who now resides I A' private from Rev Bunyan
: sired. Come and spend one abort hour Stephens at Jacksonville states that
Jacksonville
In 'J was' a visitor. tq .
dally : our city this w ek..i, : with us, A, S. Nelson, chairman.. ,'tMessrs. Hon." ."A/Carson'was elected one of r. _. ""alir;
temperatures
Following ate the ..' '
-'t .. '? .' :.::. Bryan sad tLoren",have recently the vice-presidents ,of the Southern BALL '
'. and" precipitation' as Miss. Dolly Alford left on Thursday installed a han omef.elgar stand', Baptist Convention now in'session.in BASE.'. GOOQ& FOR. THE, PROFESSIONAL
; reported by' the Government of last week' for Alachua, where she that city'and'that Mr. C. E. of .' "'
In their-pool room, Which adds greatlyto Dargan r> -
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ltatlon'it Kissimmee- the will with her sister AS JVEl : "
the AS BOYW
spend ,summer ., the appearance of the place I In fact Macon, Ga., was made president Thereare I THE .
week ending May 18, 1911: Mrs. R.- C Sml&lCol. -' .
their entire equipment la far' above the over twelve hundred delegates already REACH.Gloves,. mitts and ball., sold at prices that will save Jfi

r ".s KIM. sass L R. E. Taylor, a prominent attoriney average usually found in cities twice ',enrolled 9 in the*' convention.. ,. ', you money, Boys rubber, and,leather balls from 6 cents. .' .

'Friday.-. " .' 91 ,:,6? of Roanoke.. Ala spent 'day or the size of Klssimmee. Dr. E. Derbyshire wife and daughterof Mitts and gloves 85 cents and up.: Bas 10 ,cents and np.,, ''I- '

Saturday. .. ," 87 61 , so In the oity this-iweeK, the guest of Rev. Bunyan Stephens and Messrs.-, Connellsvllls, Ind.,, arrived in the League balls at Hand .L25: Aest professional! bite at '!., u

Sunday- ." 84 66 . his friend, J:: M. Oliver. C. A. Casson and J. W. Wilder left city Friday'and will make. Kissimmee : None better made-the Louisville" Sugger| bat': Look over,

,Monday.! . . . 85 66 .55 All members of thrA, W. L. and Tuesday to attend the annual confer- their home in future The Doctor paid our line and compare prlces.r:! : -r" ' '

( 'Tuesday.. ... 84 68.43. their children are requested to. meet at once:of Southern Baptists, which convened our city a visit some time over a year '- ...

Wednesday.. . 81 68 . the Chapter House tomorrow (Saturday Jacksonville on Wednesday. ago and so Impressed* was he with Its Bicycle Repairs a

Thursday . . .81 68 .,10j ) afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. Carson delivered the address-of possibilities that he just coudn't) con-
l. ,0 EXTRA good tires at $2.75 and $3.50 each. Lamps 'i
welcome to the spokes
delegates. / tent himself to longer remain ,
Col. J. W.,Oliver, :who has ,been con- .. away.. !h '
cements plugs bell. '
wrenches, chains, Inner tube
pumps
/ fined to his home by illness for the past E. J.. Holland a young gentleman of
saved weeks, is so far recovered'as: to Columbus, Ohio; arrived in the city The. peach crop oq Paradise Island, etc. Buy'from Us and save,' money. t d
which is the of -
| be able to be out again. yesterday and will spend a few days property -Postmaster "

'j THE LOCAL f Mr.. S. Thomas"' and son, Jesse, arrived looking over this aeetion.with Mr.a viewto Holland Frank week Vans, and Agnew are, exceptionally is being shippedthis fine. \ THE CASH HARDWARE, STORE:

: [ in the city Wednesday,from Tal- making some investments' Klssimmee Mr. Vans Agnew'a grove Is tiled, BO it CITIZENS BANKBUILBINO lS3IMMEE, FLORIDA
l induced to to
was come .
<> lassee, Ala., and are looking over this matters not to him y'hether it rains or -
4 through reading the Gazette. : Not Ae 1Ji. Store kmt. Ae BEST '
, %i section with a view to locating.: there is a drought, his peach trees flourish -.- * 3

Mr. G. T. Singletary. p.ld'Islt to Mr. Leonard Williams Loughman, The Hon. Charles L. Collins state and produce abundantly! ,.each year. l
Tampa this week. whose Kissimmee friends are numberedby superintendent of the Florida Anti-Sa-

+ Mr. W. H. Patrick visited relatives the hundreds. spent Wednesday loon League will deliver his eloquent Capt. Mows Folsom, of the editorial w.. B. Johnston, who has charge of The Valley Gazette job office has'Installed . ;
k \ lecture "In the Path of the Cyclone," staff of the National -Tribune: arrived"at .
; grading j .
business in this the machinery the new railroad this wsek Chandler &
i' at UnatHIa last Sunday. transacting city. on .a new ,
": i- ._ at the Christian church on next Monday St. Cloud this week to take up the l
J. .. Mr. J. W.'Trac 'y of Lanier spent a The Python Siiters will hold their evening at 7.80 o'clock. Go and carrya !editorial! management of the St. Cloud line from Whittler to Bassinger, Price job press 10x15 which:. ; with .ft......,

'l few days in the city this week. regular monthly meeting next Thurs- friend-the lecture is free to every Tribune Capt. Folsom is an able has been in the city this week nursing large shipment of job type just receivced fa

c1 The Board of Trade will hold -its reg-. day_evenjJ1&-A t-3 30 o-' lock. All mem- body. writer...__.._ and___n a_ veteran. _!!__._oo n.nawanfinal..- -rand -- _than.._". a large boil on his hand which temporarily equips our job department for turnIng r
night. ben are-requested to be present. that already .xcellent paper will incapacitated him for )lUllneu.Mr. out all classes of work u nearly',
( ular meeting on Monday Mr. A. J. Fuller of Meshoppen, Pa.,
: r Mrs. G. B. Woodall, who resides on Tuesday in Klssimmee. He has now sparkle with a new brilliancy.The Johnston states that the gradingfor perfect as it.can be done. "We are try-
Born to Mr. and Mrs. August Ordaa.I the New.EdenFlantation?, ,which is near spent past three Gazette is pleased to welcome the new line is going ahead'lat the ing to show our appreciation of the liberal l
- been inFlorida: fqr-the
I Friday May I2th a"daughter. Narcoossee, is spending the week in the months, but"ays. he has seen nothing CapC. Folsom as a, co-laborer In-,the rate of two-njiles. a week," about twel"emun patronage given us by our business... "

1 Mr. Hiram, Moody of Bassinger was city visiting relatives and friends. that in anywise compares with our city work of heralding- advantages of : being now finished and ready. for men'by I glvlnjtheia''ilittlebetterserv-r' '

\ a visitor to Kissimmee: this week. our favored section. I the tiles and rail. ices than they can get elsewhere.I.
'! Roadmaster Jolly and Engineer Spar- for enterprise and natural advantages.He '- . }

h' Special sale\ on men's bats for the next row of the A. C. L. were in the city will return here in the fall. kt

..f t seven days at the Cash Store. 21-lt this week overlooking the work being ;>
A ... -,- Judge G. F. Parker held a special ,
.'j Mrs. Tom Bass and .children: of Fort done on the new passenger depot. session of the county court last Mon- \;' v
LUMBER LATHSMOULDINGS SHINQLISMT
Myers are visiting relatives in'this city. Remember, bar special bargains in day to receive a plea of guilty from

men's hats will last five who had been arrested for
hosiery and only negroes
Mayor H. D. Coldin of St. Cloud wastr
4\ in the city Tuesday transacting busi seven days. Come in and get prices.F. gambling. The county treasury Was

ness. H. Lawson's Cash Store. 21-lt replenished to the .extent' of $175 as a ?? flVAZJFF JLLMUJEJR C OAZJP'ATVX'.
result. f'
R. C. Shriver of El Reno Okla. .
f Now Is the time to buy your summer Mr. '
'Kissimmee surrounding Mr. W B. Crawford and bride are :-
is looking over and -
hosiery. Special sale on at the- Cash .
!l 21-lt country with a view to purchasing expected to arrive in the city this eve- : a '
Store. / (Formerly McNair & Son)
property and moving his lamily ning from their honeymoon trip, which
%. Mr. S. S. Griffin and little daughter here. they spent visiting Washington, New Djral-UpchurchBuUdin?, Jacksonville,Florida Y

r Helen of Windemere were in the city If want'Kissimmee' to: to York, and places of interest in Canada. Shipments made to any part or the state.' Qur stock is made from the best timber .Florida. la well manufactured "

Monday. broaden you out to become the foremost grow They Will be at" home for the presentat and carefully graded,, and our facilities foe filling orders foe: carload Iota. are exceptionally' good' I

k; Subscription day for the American inland; city In Florida go to the meet- Mrs.. C. V. Bearden'

1'1'4 1 League has been postponed until next ing of v the' Board. of Trade on Monday A party of about dozen, homeseek-..

't Tuesday. who arrived on this week's.excur .
night. ers, "
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sion, were sent down to the Kissimmee .
of i. vis- -
McLean Bartow.
Janie
L.. Miss -
Eflle Cay son came down from
S. O..C Misstf Prairie by the Hunter Land Company ,,
" itlng her brother, "Mr : McLean Lakelano Wednesday to visit her pa- (.
morning. local
Mr.
this Sharp man
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.\ on Main street rents and friends, and returned the .
ager for the company, expects another! ,
'Mr. John H. Bajsden\ one of 'he next day to resume her studies at the r
party of twenty-five in a few days, and ... i.
leading citizens of Whittier., is spending Summer School. says they will be coming along all sum I l.f erJ
i the Week in this city. editor of the Messenger I .
Mr. C. C. Beattv ...
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,, Mr. W. H.Norton returned Saturday that live and newsy little paper mer.The'" committee appointed by the K ? po ,

:{, from Dcala, where he attended the published at Davenport, was In the city Board qf Trade to work in conjunctionwith j ,1S S.lmme.e", .a : : .

; State Bankers Convention.. yesterday and paid the Gazette .a,fraternal certain" seeking to locate a -. .. ,' ..t" " '\... iJ', '. . ' ,' , '.;. ...
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I' The annual election of officers of the 'of'' kraut. and pickle! factory, report, that ; : .. .... ,' ;' .' ,* ',:,!, ,'1, ( ,'.'':':f/Jf: : ':'f't\ :: : : :, l '101..1"; ," ;.. ::1. '
' American Woman' League will ,be Mr. Chas. E.:Patrick of Umatills is they art meeting" with much success: \0. I'e', kl.I ".r.." '. . "h .. r 't..j' ,Ir\, ., ( l'I:,ift"',t" ,10\\' ; ,"', ,t 11 "0 "" .." r : '*.. :t,1It tj
June.. .Jr' spending few weeks',vacation in the and that such' enterprls '.will be established .,,j .'' _"I ',"--tNr, ""I" It! ,"A ... A { ; ': ? held the first Monday in an ..' '1.1. ><. .1. !><,..., ; ; \\1' :. ',., ,. IN'" '! ,; ,< .f i :
" city, the guestJof his brother,Mr. W; here in a: short time, a lot on '" '. ':" .'
A big hsh fry and picnic is being held
'' H. Patrick the venial head clerk at which to build the .factory having been .
't number of
at Taft today and quite a I
the freight depot. selected.
S Kissimmee people are in attendance. .. I II "
,Mr. and Mrs. E. O..Tatman and Miss A private letter from -Capt. F. F. -
Special low prices. on hosiery andmen's Camille Morrison left Tuesday for Ben- Hunter at Port Said Egypt, states \,
the ;0<,(
hats for the week at
next ton Harbor -Michi-r where they will that so far his ,voyage has been de-. ':1;

Cash Store. 21-lt spend the summer, owning a beautiful lightful, and that he expects to reach .; V-.

Mr. J. J. Brophy general managerof home-in that city. Calcutta India, his destination, in due ,' ,

the Citrus Southern Railway, spent Mr. Lee, representing the Everglades time and without any mishap. The ,, .1?,

\ a couple of days in the city this week. Cypress Lumber Co., which has an extensive Captain is a member of the Hunter .

plant at Loughman. was in the Land Company, holders of large realty
., Mr. J. M. Gardner left Saturday forIR 'I'
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i and the Gazette interests in this county, as he is alsoan r .
city yesterday paid an '
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K Little Rock Ark., to attend the an- .
; appreciated call. officer' in the British army being ,s

\ .,. nual reunion of Confederate veterans assistant surveyor-general of India. ... I'f'
Mr. L. M. Whidden, the enterprisingshoe t
f I The latest addition to the list of automobile m'erchant. hall just received a Last Saturday morning about 3 Its. many Superior 1., ;

owners i.* Mi. M. B. Carson, handsome-new cash'register, which will o'clock fire destroyed the dwelling on '

who purchased an Overland the past Stewart avenue', near the railroad 4
1_ 1..1 be put into .commission as soon as the advantages the t
i! week. agent arrives. track being the property of M +. J. ,
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McPhatter. The inhabited
building was
.: Mr. J. J. Dann is confined to his bed Postmaster Frank VansAgnew is in by Degrees and used as a boarding : keynote to its ,

,; with sickness, but it is hoped by his attendance on the State Conventionof house. The fire win discovered by Pa- . T h,

t many friends that nothing serious will Postmasters at St. Petersburg* trolman Fisher who with much trouble rapid settlement i

I result. week before which he will read ,
a paper : and the display of unusual nerve succeeded :
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Rev. George Wetherbee and bride on "Forwarding Mail. in getting the inmates out of .

", who were married recently at Toccoa The Kissimmee Ice and Cold Storage the burning uilding, although the lust ,

Ga., arrived yesterday afternoon on a Company is having another six-inch negro he brought out was in a helpless ..

visit to Mr. Wetherbee's parents at artesian "well driven, one well having condition having inhaled both emokej :
r. ,A. Hilliard' Island. been found insufficient for the largely and fire. \ i1o,
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/ > increased capacity of the plant. .
'. Mr. K.!: E. Mohler, of Liberty Center ,
; Ohio, has arrived in the city on a pl'Ol"t..q Mrs. A. Thomas, who has spent the I ,. -
.. ** three months here with her son, -
y 1 pecting I trip and is looking over this past / :
, .t: ." section with a view to finding a permanent Mr. A. E. Thomas, left yesterday for ,
location. her home at Altoona. Pa. She will return .
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to Kissimmee in the fall.

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Rev. G. W. Leitner died In Bartowon .
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. Tuesday after a long illness and his .

remains were-buried in that .city. Mr. .\ .
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.. Leitner was the father of Mr. Dozier
Leitner and Miss Amelia Leitner this Ash f
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this; city. ,1

]..: '. BIG BARGAIN Mr. Julian Monsd'oca of Turkey Hammock I HEAVYFACTA Y .- S

iI business in ihe -
t Am over supplied and will sa was transacting fact you should take heed of-It's .
Ir; ;. ,;, rifle at a bargain for cash, f>r city this week. Julian is one of thecounty's that you positively cannot obtain better Kissimmee Valley Land Company .x
will make any trade for lad 1 1k most substantial stickmen, cigars anywhere than'at the .

-S ; V, horses,'or cattle r the follow,. and has:'a host of friends in Klssfmmee SMOKE HOUSE .

r:"( "'; 2 Brand Ne'- 4-eyL Reos Irhojure always glad to see him. The subtle, superb' flavor and fragrance J-'E.-M' TTOCKS-Vlce Pr's. (

.. "t 2-cjL; Re Last Saturday's Atlanta Georgianand of our cigars bring true delight ManaEfEi'l l
. J ; :1 to the moat particular. ,
":: 10 News contained' of Mr. '
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, ...* :Jesse M. Wood, a former principal & Lorenz' KISSIMMEE ...': FLORID, r .
Bryan
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" \? if ,Cone first and make. your choice.. law of Dr. M.. ; J. Hicks, who fs now ROOM''. . r'

'\ ,,.. - making good practicing law in Atlanta. POOL ---- '
., oII'ii" .- I The Georgian states that.-Mr.;::Wood 'is LUNCH;'CQUNTERCigars ,, 4"f
W. B. MAKINSON. CO.. .. .alderman'.from J .," (' ( , "'. " '-. .... .....,.....:;.
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Offloo oVer CHceola,'Pharmacyiiu .. ..- .... .: i the: School; Bad M. D. Tindall, F, W. Hill and K.Lemons'nspectors JOE TICKETS l
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i; .0' Kissimmee: Fla., May 2, 1911. Done by order of the Board of Publl "

,. ,, -' Estat'eKISSIMMEE. .The lioard of Public Instruction met Instruction .Osceola county Florida \ ; ti ticket :
r : : Real : 'I!la order to get oar reUilniineM entirely.OB OB

_ ; ''W'i""wzNN Irv rejrular'aeaalon.,.theN! being presentW. this 2nd day..pf May D.1911. ? ,Lull offer the (ollowug inducements to oar eutomen /.

ar p. Baas, chairman W. W Chandler (Seal) '' \Vyt C..B..., Chairman; we .. .

?: ; :PHYSICIAN and BURGEON' and E. E., Brown; also W..J. Sears Attest'. W. 3.: 'Stars. SupfeThe ,,; for auk only.:I' -

r y ... q superintendent.,, Board Instructed
Urejfcjrmaand 21 5c Ice Ticket. for $1.00 /I..
items Pao a EIa 1 II_ 1 FLORIDAJ. superintendent -
41' Omoa PB NI n. 'n.oUDAo Minutes'of .the -last regular,aesalori tq dispose oiChe old

were read and approved. wfter works( system. at.the.,school' 21 lOc Ice Ticket* for $2.00'J J a'

B. C. Miller, county treasurer,' r.i-: house. .
F.G.I THOMAS N 112Sc Ice Ticket. for $2.50
. W. THOMPSON ported a* follows : The superintendent was Instructed to y : r

To the Honorable Board. Public In- write ICflsi'7ean.'l'homu, onaT .

I [iPHYSICIAN and SURGEON struction in and for Osceola county; ; ing her on her personal success, and I r f *. -

: FUNERAL DIRECTORand I herewith tender my report as treasurer alsa,for the honor she brought to the KISSIMMEE! fCE & COLD' STORAGE CO.
and Residence
t Office Phones 74 3. 128DR.
'. ,. of Osceola county for the monthof rtissimmee High School. -
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April A. D. 1911 : There being no further J business, the c
J. W. SIMPSON .
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'. LICENSED EMBALMER; OBNKBAL: SCHOOl/FUND. Board adjourned until the next regular ,./ i
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; To balance from last report 93628 16 -
y meetinir. .
r', DENTIST. To amt received. from tax collector tax, SA83 40 W. C. Bass, Chairman, - -- --
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y Upstairs In Kate Bulidingi' Opposite( Courthouse- To amt tt rood from W. y. Sear. . poll. H8 IV 44 00 Attest : W. J. Sears, Supt. :
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m. RIDER AGENT ;
.' OrnOll Houas comp Nor S3 WANTED .
f 1.30 t.o 6:30p: m. "." Logo"d" .
'" Telephone No 16 Jun 6, hI',., KISSIUMBB FLORIDA none sj (lyrood Pal o.. IN BACH TOWN and district to ride and exhibit a sample LaUwt Model
By paid\ warrant. M per list .,. .. .. 8181 80 Holyrood palace' Edinburgh. Scot. "IU. .'orpUhed by as. Our&Il8Dta..b8N. '!\.ma.lDa
land" once a British money feat. irrtMf fmll *_"/."**/'#*".,.'"."-". \vi, XL'
W. W. CARSON ny'felanoe x . K8A5 02 royal residence lethe NO MON* KKQUIIIBD until you receive and approve oCfoarbicycle. -
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'1)R. subject of a strange legend. Robert ship to anyone anyvhnre the> V: 1'1.' ""*'_'a .1 d..r
j f flORIDA REAL ESTATE [fOR SALE SCHOOL sus-DUT. NO. 2. tools fttrtenson In ad ranee,_,,.*/,.., and allow TIN OATS'FRKB TRIALdurlnlf I
r DENTIST To bal from taut "report . ...... 101 :0dlrOJO.J.u. alludes to It In his which, time ride the bicycle and put It to any teat you wish.If .
( '9 ami .collDCtOrM.M... little book on Edinburgh. "There Is a you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not whit to keep Xhal I
Heautltul winter ftome Biti-g .BltuaUid "Tallly >leyrJe ahlp It hack to ua at our expense and in tUI"*..
,h Office over Cole' Jewelry tore To amt reed from Oomp Nov redemp. 09t sT6ry, be writes, "of-a aubterrsneap We furnish the highest grade. .I..I".I't. Id
j fACTORY PRICES
Office hours: 8-\5. 1-5 In the Lake Region of"Florida.frticking --- passage between the castle of powdble to make at one mall. profit alvove
and Lands in 1311 III actualfactorymat. You cave. 110 to Rft mlddlxmnn's prouu by hurIrw -
Farming large Holyrood and i
I t' Office phone 1'58' . . M I a bold highland piper behind your
By paid warrants an per Hut 00 direct of us and have the mannfactarar'ii guarantee
Residence 23 or small tract who volunteered to explore Its windings bicycle. DO NOT BUY, bicycle a pair of urns from ..-' at ..,
By balance ., .<.., 174 D1CNOOL lie made bU entrance by the upper l r CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY FUS-DLr. NO. 8. . _
, r i M. 'WILL-- ON To bal from last report .. .. .... .: ft13u.: end playing a strathspey. The cartons imvtir&ismto8&&reae/mlbsotlfel.a.l.'. ;,..... ..t. .I...
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J. List your property with me for quick tooted It after him down the ybU.town.w we tae mob yo.hl..,.**aeW.nail! th. hlBnwii Brvp,.. umyinV .-
1 To amt received from Tax, Col, ._ .. ..
taxed 2'1.1 tiH cnrt.FoUlSI
4 ; .. """"""?T tbj>nenr olMr factory. w. i OTof ctory
' NOTARY PUBLIC. sales. street, following bis descent .by the auuie,,on ota aMl our aborcdr..dwy_.ow. b.meyVM..ra/d<>Ubbebr. our "rI.-
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P : l By paid Warrant at per lint !1-17 01 sound of tbe chanter from below until "'Ied tbod.fVvOL.IIS. .... ... . .
a.O0f10NAND 5 ). We do not rl< ....dl.d h nilblernl '"'' n n''' '
4. STAIR AT .LARGE, 5 To bal . '817 01et all of'a sudden about .tbe level of''St.Olles . 01> band L.I.t. ---- Cb..o ilrlf nit ."or... Tb_w. out pn.myllytVrlaee .l
H. M. Breaker & Co.Box ''IIOQ'. '.*nlar. NO. 4. BTXsWR.1! 'leMa.lle0 orl-d 2" ... -
'. the music came abruptly to an .SO'neAo-w"-E SrlP' n-_. e'. ......... .npaln:ad
w'"omw a'ri. ...
,. Real Estate Agent; I :To but from taut" report . 84 75 / ... .
:. I' KlsstMMEE. 175 KISSIMMEE, FLA., To amt received from lax collector i 56 flgimi end and the people In the street stood g!! Hcdgcthorn"Vuncturc-Proof' !8o!!
FLORIDA
r A'tit "" at fault with bands uplifted. Whetherbe .. ..

- 1'r. 87 was choked with gases or perished $1 10 4 SAMPLE PAIR 4

... J i4-.. .:.. lly paid warrant n. per llHt. !86 46 In a quag or was removed bodily by S e If-h ea I.109 Y.Ires TOIIITRODuDEDlILr .
: p A VANS "aNEW W c..ro.D
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lly balance .. 674 H2 the evil one remains a point of doubt r..nr.LrrW.II p.k.grAr.Oa '
VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD S.H.BUWWKREAL B. C. Miller Co. Treas. but the piper has never again been HO.Ot ere fmtr,>.> If/. ..d.tn..llea.eyr.y.eM)44IO1 ... :. ,
'i r6..sa.r4nl.td. ; ; ,, J:
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seen or heard of from that day to this '
q t .LAW Warrants in the mum ot $3333.25 WPM KOMORETROBBLEFHOMPOKCTDBESNail. ,: .::1.1: ' "
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examined and lM> rtM M l tlMalrM> ( .
cancelled in session. "
open hundred thotuand pair < , 1'
ESTATE.nna.aaawnw..a.f. !!J
OIBe.: 8+{).6 Cltltens Bank BnfldingKiesimmee Bills were approved and warrants issued National $hortlghtdn' DESCRIPTION Made. Vln'h-.V!
Florid "In this country." .old the soctolo- 1.11..1, .
as follows: very durable and lined liulcle with ?l t '+
.-. --- .,-.'-----'Tlr INSURANCEExamination W J !',-..r.. ..I! niipt t 100 uoW gist "everything possible la done to Mdlnllr.1 quality. rubht-r. which never becomes "
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i discourage people from marrying. porons and which closes on; small
Ip --5 ... ClierMMBPI . 41.1. , without 11
f-iuictun-n
a ) air I to e.e.pe.
z->> .N II OIIOItR: "How ?"
of tbe air
Titles EEllrownMBPI: I .', IX) so Inquired one We have hundred*of totter from aatlafliMi cuatotnero ft olloe.the thlek rubbeMreajl
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of a A .ee .etun.t rip.
+ MOON &'"GEIGER Valley UazMle I'rlntlUfc , .r. CK, teners. \ or atatinathatthMrtire.hanonlybeen twice In a whole ___. Too weigh pumPNI no iliui U! ban once and "D"P 5150 ring strip "M"
H C !Miller com troaitnrnr toi 21 "Too have to buy tbe matrtnge an orUinarr tlr*. he ptJnant'l! ragdusLlo.nQ to prevMil rim euttlaa. This

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Specialty. J fc Smith janitor school No I 8(1( 00 license, fee the preacher tbe boys give f Tn by the several t ma d.layer The o mrular( thin l price ipeclally oC those prep Urm ndabrtcon tIre make wtll-BOFT outlast, LAB any TIC other and J :.

Prof R H Bvann. rat teacher xibool :No I l:VOguMian you what they call a nlvaree..' your In tlO 00 per pair, but foradrttrtlalnff purposes are AST RIDING. vSO .
Office State Bank Building. Correspondence Solicited.Bargains. Atiueua Leitncr HO 011 friends throw old shoes at you. the making- apeclaJLfactorTBrtra to tbe rider of only*4 pnr pair. All orders Hhlinx-d Kama
c Ki8simrnpe. Florida Mn A A Hlmpunn ... . rii 00 newspapers print caricatures of dny luster In meetTed. we ship O. O. D, on approval. You do not pay a Crnt mull >*u
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you aaave .
? examined and found them strictly a mprewntotl. .
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-- - Mini Sadie< llamrlrk fro 00MlM life Insurance agent hound you, you Wr-- .llu. ....! di..ee. $ottyoTiajl IbMMir' m. D..oL.prea.SS fr valrt' If TOIrni..PULL CASH.
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I Emma Flitch W 00 O.Oaa.od WIOM the.d..rtl.nil nt. You run rue In xncllnl I..5ort r u 1U. tine n'r M
G F.. KRIBBS MlM Huitle/ UholnUm :50 00 I lump right np against tbe cost of living Mai-nod 0..0.y. GUll'l.' y6 are.not onMr.tUtaclury......f tb OD_eumnxtlun.pn+.you. will W.n And Umt porTrrl....'IT win nll.Naid rl l*
... Alblna Smith .. '1'.. 00 and If yon Bad you've made a' ee.l.r Do""t famor.. seer=ttr..let l..rereed.. .look. Bn.r then anr tin Toe bw ..er..ed OTM .lnr pen
we tk .
roe>W Mw ll r it tb wb e you o.ot ftlojol roe wiu |l>e a.ywr ord. W wu$
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 1 MlM'Edna: McKenzie "* . no 00itm mistake ;you have to go to no end of on lotwtMl aBatrl.I lontava*OfMm, _tkl._' ..lln.RN.'
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M. trouble to get a divorce."-Chicago ,'r. YOUNEED' TiRErerot' '.t.nrprln ant1lwo>.nidfnra0Mr(li.ran
ry Bry n no) 00 I Urr n Mpmr.l lrl.l.t' tk.rW tatmdn.ry
Room 12 - Second FloorState Mn Florrie OTfrwt reet . . SO 00 I IMI. Tribune. < priovqiintod. .....ftovt or*rls>4N"r*.r M*TI...ed 1luDdrJ'00taloll.I... drenbr.od soure .u end
j fcmrtv of *4 Met tMirth mmmlprta. "
In all kinds of Real Estate
Bank Building .. At l .. .,
Kntrna Yowell 011 I DO NOT WAR'b.tevil..r.Sopa.e.rl1Mq TVMi m aTwwvii a M .' -- r ire and Life Insurance and Mla Mamie Woodall 4000.I "His Strong "'el *. a cep oo...i._ >i to ....ee.rythle.i wnt itHow." k.owta.. 0.w anaw.o
Armour's Fertilizers. Renting Mrs J II btetree.ialtmcheracheolNolO- 00 "This Is a pretty bad report card,"
I J.L.'MEID CYCLE COMPANY; OHIOIGO ILL
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S. HARWELL and Collecting Rents a MI. K'tberlM J Khadoan 49 V said the father of the young hopefulas ,
Ml. Nrttie Hcxlgfw, M IT fin 'IV( I I10111I.
Specialty. Taxes paid for I he looked over the teacher's figures. Ift.llIt
901
REAL Mary Pherlgo, : M
ESTATE .Nonresidents.R "You seem tor be 'poor* ID pretty much .
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J M Sharps filing pump, school No 7 8 UO txal
Notary Public at Large Oflceola Hllrd..CO.RUp""hoo..I..23. 1'513 everything',"
Office Xloberson's O. MEEK ,Kim Valley Oa wrtto, _lceol..Uo..1I10 '<> M) ""That's 'cause teacbn only' pots
over Pharmacy C L Hl tid,, mkb-dlHtrtet' No 2 . 2 07 down th' studies I _tn', good In. I

\ KISSIMMEE.fc ; > FLA. I Kl slwm e. Fla. .." h .- If 4ft o6ght to have "excellent' tn OB. thing. I
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M" Jto1t8R "And wbafs that bopetvlly.tn.
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H. STANFORD COMPANY
M IDvanH.lelt'l(1'H imi>arliool Ko I rft3: quired tAa father."Flghtla' I. C.:
Min Nlui Lorvlaav, ..I teacher .cho.l'H' Ii8 (X> _
JE.NKINS & I can lick any toy In th'eUssI"
WOODIIAM R. S. RAINS OHInruii Bank.tot.vert 09 Warrant. TO OHItf Dealer. ,
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ClevelandPlate
C. rri.. ttsCoMpJet a Lin of- '
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la'vrltrswAteases1
accontencv with the \ . d
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I 'i TAILOR 'made And pro rided, it Hereby Rudy' Sacrifice,. .1' '
and make clothes toa man'smeasure.
StlfYevin :and cut annowiced'and'dcdarfed that aneibotip.f "Gerald/'/ alai a newly engaged girl DRY GOODS NOTIONS,. i
; I do the best steam clean w""','L t
r ', will beheld at Kareoeesee, In 'epeel'\ ,,e her Dance, "you will have toUoose '
.' ing In town. I dye any color. I do -FURNISHINGS- ;
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betweenme :
and .
oldi
? 5 tax "e hool dlatrnct N6 2, 'Okceolip ;your pipe"Not / ,
{ any kind of repairing I clean Hats.I Instant did Gerald-besttatev"The .
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Drafting Florida
orr Monday, 29thdayof
county ;
h e have two of_the best Tailors in the May A. D. T9Ilr to determine who i old r pe- go s-/dear," be said, SHOES and CLOTHING '

,t South. My place of business i ilt- in rear throwing It away. "1 was thlnldngiOf
shall serve as trustees of the aforesaid \' 1
'of J. H. Redditt's Jewelry Store. buying a new ono anyhow.;
I r OFFICE FR.ATER.NITY.HALLKISSIMMEE. ; special tax school district No. 2 for the --- -, i-cn t>e found In inland I Florida

PHONE NO. 210 two years next after said election, and I I Old papers for sale at this office ...! vcll. tneM I

4 FI.A CALL ME AND I WII COME. FOR -
YOUR CLOTHES. AS CHEAP AS ANY I
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, I w. c- BASS I ( Arelbu Going toBuild? HOUSE IN. AMERICA I

r Spfigg FlemingCLEANING I
Wholesale and Retail !I! .;;s:' ..

.P Dealer '
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I H. STANFORD COMPANYp..
PRESSING

fresh Beef Pork and DYEING a-d i I.Iwla i '

:' Kissimmee, Florida j _

REPAIRINGLeave ,. .
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PHONE 44.Osceola I .
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Satisfaction Guarantiee II QJ. KELLEY'S KELLEY'S KELLEY'S


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%, House PaintingPaper u. with every opound' candy "

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f Q. P. OARRETT Manager. The Goyemment fiJ sit

%; i ,)' Hanging Paroid Roofing every :year since 1898-often: One letter of the word "KELLE"\ on every
Car When the word "KEI.EY'S"made
get
Real estate a million square feet at a time-for. ue at you

Titles examined and reported on DecoratingKalsomining home Alaska, PanamsT.". cl4he. I pp Dea up by presenting them to the City Fruit ;f 1

?J t, Taxes paid for non-residents the coldest as well ai' the hottest climates.. f/I Store you will receive one pound of Red Band yC

Instruments relating to real estate >- Brand Candy FREE I A pretty:! Girl j cn every card n1..If

r;. carefully drawnCorresponden Do you need Stronger proof of the wearing qualities economy w r

ce Solicited and the satisfaction that NEPONSET Paroid Roofing. affords< ? .

Workmanship Guaranteed: as Do you want proof nearer home ? We wilf give it to you. 54 ., Niemeyer & Wiley

Good as the Best We will tell you where yea can see a NEPONSET Paroid Root:

I :II. oC.A.LLlSTERK : See how it looks, learn how long it has been on, and hear what X

: 1ss1znznee': : : : i the owner has to say about it. rNEPHMSET s.AErrJEDI SAtI'1'IEDr SAtI'1'1EDI


1i Well" Driller C H WEBKING iI .05f: PAROID Roofing

J sIs prepared to drillARTESIAN I -.-------- ,
U sold on Proof not Jprorni.a.Nrn.ecT .

WELLS NEPOMSCt PftOSLATE a.... ... for
-vi PAROID IUofU. for the
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eublee. roofs a
nx>U and aldea ol b.rnst For that L NGEltNG COUGII take
W? ( In any section of l Florida. buildingi. TSlato ID color Coeds leu than. Inn calling: for artiatlc root sad aidiwi. ,
..aal_ ltasha.hri. Look.llke.hinaleawearshkeelate.. S :;
.k 1 v. "For" brooder bouaet. (hed..ad.tampor MCPaiiacTWATEKPROOF b.ildtas

-" of successful Well / I arybEldlnpth.rregkOE: roofing. p.sorcl.pboal'd. ablQliea. -. NVAL'S WINTER COUGH SYRUP ;
Ten.years ( tInd.
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for daapo
4 Ability to produce the best baa bees the landaid low-coat: roo6n
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twantyfiva Morphine
l s 4'r reeulte.. p yaara.P.W.BOtDASOH. EaaI W.Iosls. uI -. Contains >qo or OplUlll ompound. ',

\ BARBER I I .. .... Rolmyes! soreness and Irritation, f
SJHOPI : .
c TWO AnD FOUR INC H I For Sale By e. Heals Jnflalned Tissues.

WELLS A SPECIALTYrf ''' 'p -2 i and 50. sizes. "
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B.-MAKINSON
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: 11 legal AdvertisementsNotice Notice. of PubHcatloftrla 4
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I T.h e : Circuit -Court at' the Smell Judicial t j jaDd.r
'. r, Circuit,ID aad for Oaoeota County,. avtal of
of Election.: Florida, ID Chanoerr. K. Lam oa. eomplalnant { 1'3.8]I I'V1MEE I.iO.fOME' '
SURPRISE; : In aeeordaaee with the Jaw to such. eaaia made re. F.O.",... _. Krneci V.Alex ;$, }1'1.

Call and tee tar,1in I s.d prarid.d,k M b.r.br snngane.d and d.clw.d. paraona, Henry claiming Whonoo.aa Intereat Arthur under FelL John All...' FOR SALE BYJ --.
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that ss.lectl.o will b. h.ld It Nar'aoo Insni
Tax School DUtriet l>I.. ., o-Ia Vntp. Bill deoaaaed, oe otherwl all peraon.
.. DRY;QOODS-: ,_SPRING GINGHAMS Fla.,m Monday :JtHh day of Slay A. D.1B1I.to -. other than the abor named partioe.-claiming NELSON REALTY.. COMPANY
-' J.. ._ _.,, __... datanntna who ahall aero ,TruatMa cot the an Interact In the.property .ta-lble, bUt hi>- L --
WHITE, GOODS vrEMBROIDERIES. aforaaahTgiiaclal Tax Bobool Dlatrtot.. I <*rUM r seethed. jtemove dafeadanla.Hill from'Tltl. -I 1
to Cloud .
: : :. two rear*next after said elaattoo. and lo.. ;
,STORE, the number of DillU of Dtotrlet School. j'.x: *o To All paringttomlhe.waoonlofeotaplalns '. Prettiest comer In'toWJJf; only on* bJoei'from'the court: house and i
, .' : I be'a.rieoI for eaotiof aid two reare Eta .. three blocks from business c.nter.of: town surrounded beautiful t
"* D. rrW. K Bled la thin cane that there' ar* pel'llOa.1Dte. by ,
M. TiBdall. Hill and In- .. '
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.........rte and a. t.. E_ Clark. .' -. ', I eeed Jo* .h*.',.>ro.ort* Involved la tbla cult . had* trees consisting of LIT* Qak. Magnolias.Mapl vPcan,Quoe f'
-! MRS E. L.:'EARCB' : I-ACES'ETC. "II one by coder of th. Hoard ef'PuaUe. Iwrtroo.tloo. other than tb* know defendant,and that '
Oaeeola County.: Florida", late ;/nd day ..t I tb. name of such penone ao Interested are Umbrella besides numerous omamentalehrubbel'J' and flowers in'the

r I.. /0. f Attaati Ma.11111., W...Cl B"AS8.Obalmaa.UKAt, unknown la to aald the bill complainant ofoomplalotrrgabgtsuchuukuowndefeadanlas and hal, relief leprayed yard.' : Houn of six room, t fte porches, northoast"front: "puny 5

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'' I I W. J. erlat ndat. bail ,view of the lake always iia fresh Lreeies the '
Beaman Building: BEAKSJ: It li therefore ordered bat all penon clal.... ; ** II cool from across
I tag an interest In and to the following describedproperty 'lake: Von can.,buy this delightful place for f 1860. Term if desired. +
I !. ,altnat in,County Of Oaoeola, Slat of T -4
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Order of'Publication' ,- ...... ,
UMOT7u/! *'
J (6). seven 7) an4 Dine (9)' !% 01>
Ie the CII'CIulfCourtof Oeocola County,Florida of th..loA.ricuttoral Uo.pany'e subdivision . Two new broom andjjatb bungalows, situated on hard road ia t
of aecllon lowDahlp
-in Cbaaoary. Security InTeetment Company thlrtyHwo(y2)
."" "....".. ." n pora o"'ComphLlaaa" ".. Tae twenty flv."K6)-"a>h of rang ttt'rtloODa81t\ good neighborhood; all'new, clean and ready; for occupancy; 'will,be
Florida Southern! Railroad Company, a Corporation east, doeppaar to the P '. sold .I'
> herein belorvth Bnl at bargain prices; lives,.next tQ the property wlll'giv*
Frank Frank Q. Brown and all pentoni elainlln*an day of Auguat 111. towithe 7th. day ofAugaal easy terms of particulars"to interested'parties. '
tnMreat In the property, deacribed la ibis bill else lbs .imld bill will b* aka a* OU' paymepi.'PuU 4 1. j
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-I ,Improve Your Orange roP.i Toth.of oomplalnt Plvrlda Sonlhern Defendant' Railroad. 'CompanyClreetlng -.' I. ills foHb/ordered Aat this order b. pnblubedoDoehiweck ggggggg ,1... ,, "'" .f
: for twelve (12))onneesuiye'wesrs '
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Nicely located home "
This oauae coming on lo be heard upon the ,. in the Klaalmme Val ey Gazette a with bearing orange trees in good neighbor*
motion of complainant loran order nub nM general circula ion said Oaoeola OODat7'aD ,hood, 130x160 feet of land, 21 bearing orange trees; and 10 mon )just '
UP TO YOU-Your crop has a good start ; your trees will Iratlon fbr.ervlceon the defendant Tbe Ftor. !,of In >alJ oountr. ,
: ITS their beat but they must have the right kind of plant. food Z Ida Southern Hailroed! Oompanr. a corporation WUrtiW Minor a.Jones, Judcepfaaid Circuit coming into bearing garden land in rear of house chicken house, i
; under the lawi of Court,, and olerk thereof and
tbe Htate of Florida l : and It mr name a.
to help them hqld and mature the fruit they now hav(!. to in- apparlugthatthe Security InTeatment Com the official seal of 'said court this toth day of wood shed, etc. Seven-room cottage ;with. nice porches beautiful. ;

,crease iu shipping qualities to strengthen the tree end! to, any the Complainant . aolt and: April. A. D. JIll palm, tree in front, Iota of shade, good water, nice walk from porch to ""
. lied \lu bill of comia'l't; Arthur: Donegan ,
I gin to the fruit the true '.FLOrllDA' -ilavOr Which nothing itrue J of Oaoeola County.Florida In, ..the a1n.i Circuit Tb. Floridaloutbero .Court [SEAL] Clerk of Cieeultoourt. front, good home about half a mile from center of town. Price 1600. '
counterfeit. And that' why the majority of di-crimiqatirnr Railroad Company, a corporation. 18-l2t:. By Ellaahoth" Johnston, D O.Q. Terms on half If desired. t
grower' are always careful to get Frank Q. Brown, Trnatee, rank Q Brown and Krtbb*.Solicitor for Compl aao" Property' Jias been.paying. 10 per cent interest -
all peraona claiming an tatereat In the prop on the price above taxes., 1ls
arty in the. old bill) of comptalntde.orlb Ibe
Armour's Orange Fruiter, Dame* and ....ld.D"" of whom are to tha complainant Notice of Masters Sale. ... b I I

Armour's Fruit and Vine, or : the clauda unknown upon for the the title purpose of the com ol remorng lath.- Notice alAnaldeoree>' that ..ael.r'and by, About three acres of good trucking land' near hard road, well located '
of
ant to the lamia described In Lb.said bill; virtue of 1 foreclosure taeued J
Armour's Blood, Bone and Potash It appearing further that a subpoena we;duly and ,out of SeventhJudlcl..1 ot o pthel8u t.of in part of town that is growing fast;, goodwe.ll, chicken yards, I
issued out of tbe said Court directed to the de of the Clronlt broom house and splendid location for trucking and chicken" raising,
fertilizer in the Amour line fendant rhe Florida Southern Railroad Company Florida In and for Oeceola vouot.lo Chan
: The exactly adapted"to jour grove is card wilt\ ,ae prayed In said bill. and that the said I where In a certain cauee therein pending) owned by a Kansas man who says "SELL". Good opportunity; to tr
eo why not get the benefit of their experience 7 A post i anbpoena wan placed In the hande of the Bberifl Root. B. Savage. aa gnardlan of the. a bargain.Pretty 'I
bring Information.I of said Oaoeola County, said Sherlfl returned ettaabf OlivineZella Havage. minor la com.plalnant secure
t than "wish had./" berauae the same could not be Mired, and Cha. F.Prewatt, "aa ex-offlelo ad .
Better USE: "ARMOUR'S" you owing to the failure of the said corporation to mlniatrator of the ataaof C.: A. Cummings. -
,. - eleft\ any offlcera or appoint any agent and deoeaaad and Sarah Camming*, nelbertcum.juing ; corner three blocks- business center'of town, 74x150
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further bcoaniie the only known omcara and *, Jacob Cummlnga, Mary WlUiama and '
a BY agenta of the said corporation have been sir Jennie rump. ". heirs of said eatale, and all feet south-east.front, with good 8-room cottage, barn and nice tree.
MANUFACTURED eent from the Htate of Florida for more than persons claiming an Interact In the property lathe r
in This will suit who desires
art home
yard. someone excellent wen
elx (6) montha oontlnuoualy before the issuing bill of oomplalnt described, are reapondtinla -
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS of the said will.Wherefore ; the undersigned, aa special MaeterlnCbanoerjr. ocated: and pleasant surroundings. Price for a short time$2100.
will sell at ;daring the
It la hereby ordered, adjudged pnbllo outcry t
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .' and decreed: that tha aald. 1 he Florida Houth- legal hour of aale Wore the Court House -
era Railroad a corporation oriaulted and exlatinii door In the city of Klaalmmee, in said Oaceola
under the law. of the btale of Florida, Count. on Monday, the bib day of June A. D. Fin corner for an excellent' money; making place' for rooming

.......... ............... be said and bill it of la complaint hereby required of the to Secant appear InTeat to the ted lull,In the raid following L ::r'i.ofCo deacribed,, real. Florida. estate: ,All altua.af house only two blocks from the new depot, north-east comer, plenty a,
block H, R.H. P. IJroughfa addition
moot Company and defend the aald suitor the room for good building near high school, bandy; to all the' churches, '
tote city of Klaalmmee, Florida according
complainant, at the office of the Clerk of the '
Circuit Court of said Otceola tountr, Florida, to the plat recorded of said addition In valuable location. Can be bought at once,for(1060,. Prefer cash .but
at IseimmeB. Florida, on ftih day the County of Oypoola and Blate of Florida time can be arranged for half the if nece..al'J'.. u
of , .11)11. and h MOOd"Y'Jb"be published Terror of ale, eaiAi. purchase price r'
once a week for the apace of two (4j) I bated at Klualmmee, Florida, this 2tlt day ,..
1001>4b. prior to the said ftth day of June. A 11VI1 >. of. April A D. 1911. 17.6V ,
SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHEVES In the Kli-almmee Valley baiette a weekly Arthur K. Doneftan
EVERY
newspaper of general' circulation pntllahed In Special Matter In CBauoeryVana Nelson
said Oacttola Coiiuly. Florida. Agnew Crawfor4, Realty CompanyOVER
SUCCESS THE SAME WAY I Done and ordered at Miami In lie County ol I Hollcltora for complainant
Paxle. sod Hiate of Florida, thin trie ntb day ofMarch
MONEY A, D. 1911. I CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .t
SAVING
BY
1K-1M. MINOR 8.JONES Judge. Notice of Publication. '

Do you want to be successful Start saving now. Put your money in ------ I Department of the Interior, U 8. Land Officeatuainearllle. ..J; {ar
Order of Publication.In Fla.Ittay 6. mil "
Notice I ia given that William Moore. j- '#
CITIZENS BANK KISSIMIEE the Circuit Court of the seventh Judicial ol Whittler, Flora: who on May 8, 1810. road a
: Circuit in sod for Oaceola County. Sale. of I Homestead Entry Serial' No 01,774. for Lot band
Florida. In Chamery K. .Lamonii, com 6.:Section 14 Town.hlp 81 South, Range 84 '
puttuant. TH F. C. 1'bomln.lrn"oL!: V. Alex Eat, Tallahaaae Meridian ha filed notice HOW ABOUT THAT
ander. Henry Wborton, Arthur Kelt All ,
of Intention to make final Bra year proof to
We have more:Ravings Accounts than any other Bank in r.reonB: claiming an Interest under decaawxl establish: claim lo the laud above described,
Oaceola County.A Hill. orotnenriae, and all persona before the Clerk of th.Circuit Court at Ktaaimmee -
other than the above named parties I ,claiming Florida. on the 14tb day of June, IV11 IRRIGATION PLANT?
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Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procured an interest in the property in this bill doacrlbvd Claimant names ai witnesses:
defeod-nti' Randolph! Young, of Whittler' Florida .
one da so at-once Bill to Remove cloud; from Title Frank lumblin. of Whittler, Florida ,
It appearing by afflriarlt appended lo the bill Joseph H GraingertofWhittier. Florida "
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Gasoline
of complaint filed In the above sated cause Elmer E. Baaa, of Whlltier. Florida. We are headquarters fort Engines ...,
Ajmroxt E. DOMBOAM. Pre I..t W. H NOBTON, Caahlert that tbe abo e defendant* are uonresideuaolbe Henry S. Chubb. '
( Btate of Florida. wh-wne reaidence la unknown Reglater. Pumps, etc. ::
yearaIt and who are all over the ....of twentyone Let us figure; '!flth..yOUo' 4 N

la therefore; ordered that the non renldent '
defendants1 the said .'. C'. Thompson Ernest. Office and 'P11.
L.kald.ULMER
VAlexander.. Henry Wluirtou} Arthur Fell Ave. and S. A. MACHINERY
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NICE CITY HOME FOR SALECor.
........................ .. be the before, and bill of they Monday complaint are, the:'le.M 3rd day:said of to cause July appear, on lull or lo I Phone 2126-L TAMPA. FLA..- -1S-M-. ;

otherwise the allesatlona of said bill will be
Verona street and Orange
EMIL ttlACHAitlStandard ERNEST MACH taken aa confessed bT acid defendanta. I .. ",
Oil Co, It I.further ordered that thla order bevnbliahed avenue lot 7Oxl4O. -
: once at week for eight ((1 h) conaecntlve -t
week in the Kuulmrooe. Valley Gazette asew.paper 6-room cottage stable and .
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: :rtLQB; JROSi'yery ; published In said county and sate chicken house. Prica 180O
Tbla JOlh da> of April I, lull.ISM ?
' Arthur E.:Doriegan can remain on mortgage. WELOA1LKM
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Clerk of Circuit Court. ,
.Z I Feed and Sale Stable [REAL] Br ElIubftb.J.oho.too.lJ. C. HARRY W.; THURMAN, OwnerTHE '
O. F. Krtbbi. Solicitor for Complainant.
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GRAnIDIEIISSlllEE. . FLORIDA,
Co. "
AgtktlnternationalHarvesting, : i
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Citation of ,Administration.to *

ATE'7: :: :> ::: -"' s3av' rrrt ,' Court of the County Judge 8t.t'-otFiorldll.
; , : KataUi of L. H.' Wllliama, deceased, Oaoeola
County, by the Judge of said C. W. Griffin
Court.
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Every thing new' and'first class. We render prompt and + I. Whereas, A. K..' Drought baa applied: to IhU' To Buy' Homes At 5 L
Court for Letters
of Adminwtratlau the
..satisfactory service day or nieUt. eatateof L \Mlliami, deceased; ., late of Bald Per Cent'SimpleInterest. _
County of Ctceola ,

ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT all These and tlmrnlar are therefore the kindred To cite and and"redltoro admonish of F FAMILY GroceriesANC .

aid decfaBwl to ire and .f
appear before this
e Kissimmee, Fla. 'Phone 113 : Court on or before the 27th day of Nay, A D

R ---.. the 11111,KrantlOK and file of objections Letters ,of if Administration any they'have. to -ANC c No doubt you are and have been for oears struggling. ',

..................., ., ....'.. aald to aalds estate A. ,E otherwise Drought the or same to some will other IKJ granted fit per on MEATS scheming and planning how to get a home of your own. ,"" ,

on or persona '
--.- County aforesa name theta\ day gopril.the OUR PLAN js so simple so easy, and so fair,that you

-.d this h of A. Delivery Every Day at An* Hour, ...
D 1911 .
will feel like had found home. -
[Seai ... you actually a ,,,
I [ ] ( . P. Parker Patronage Solicited \',

Osceola'Lumber lt,vt County Judge North Kissimmee Phone No. 8j Writs us bar particular '

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I Ideal Summer FertilizingOranges I TAMPA - : FLORIDAa. .

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Rough and Dressed Lumber :.: Grapefruit :- -.. '!'.

Tangerines ,\
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"C. A.: CARSON, President o. LIBYAN, I3ECEETAW 1
"More Fruit-More : .
Money"J

WINDOWS, DOORS The Waters & Carson

is the title of our new citrus book which will be sent free on request. i
SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK; LIME __
I : :: It is "right up-to-date" and written from a grower's view-point. : X t. .
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a :: IDEAL FERTILIZERS and IDEAL METHODS are not new. Their i .j

NOVELTY WORKS value has been proven by years of field work, but there always are J Groce Company: ;

.. new points of interest to growers which should be coneil ered. J

GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL ONWARD and UPWARD the IDEAL -Wholesale and Retail Dealers in V ,
-. ; is motto. We put forth all Jour -.
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; energies to !give the RIGHT *

: .>< .>< Free Delivery to All Parts of City ..ssr .rs . CMOCERIESVWE '

f QUALITY SERVICE PRICE | $


: Wilson & Toomer : -
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C. A. CARSON.Praaldent.. J. A. CRANrORD.Vlca-Pmldent.; S. L. LUPFER.' Swretary 'q.....................,..**..Ae +..+pltFS FtFwM ...tF7ls k FC Ft F.*. HAYGRAIN V' HIDES ._, -bx-


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KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .=. .fWHAT IT MEANS SHINGLES'' WOOL = w

Many people do not know what a Bank'a Capital for. or the difference between t --AND
I a bank of little or BO capital and one with large capital., i I ORANGE BOXES

: y A BANK'S CAPITAL AflD! SURPLUS r 1.

( .J Rough and Dressed a .. 'I* the fund that protect the depositor from loss, therefore the larger It fa the ORANGE WRAPS ALL 4
greater! protection the depoailon bat*. This bank ha a {

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.. surplus fund of... .... ...... ........?........ .. .. ritaoita ./7'" CRATES COUNTRY,-
S Stockholder. liability ...... ... ........ .. .. .... 60,000 00 / J '1 I '
iNE'-LUMBER .. CRATE NAILS I PRODUCE
I A total of.. .............."....,.. ... .... 1121,800 W .-. r
I' This means that we pent lose 1111,000.00 bftore.OIl*' d.poellolll could Loy.a C
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", 9I! ; tiVVVVVVV, 1vtWWVVVV"'- V r WV': t ''and The second verdict to was Edith applauded i.nne'IWeet80tt.by the entire, :
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:i. ;: I'm' :; -I" .,. '' ; I, assemblage*'hastened, and many congratulate of the other, .Willie contestant : .- T'H"'S'I I.! V ..Classified Advertisements: ,

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."J' S: j Mr Westcott, remarked that these IT'MAY BE'' WHAT YOU WANT Advertisements are Inserted under this head at the. "rate of 8 Carts' ,
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contests never left hard feelings In the
I I each Insertion. "i
line

S t; '-REV. 'I.I hearu"of'the losers, and that* l._was Do you ever bar FevvrL-Chilla or . per. ., 1
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1-- of St. Cloud. r
particularly. true. bad 'colder Do you ...1'1 ae If MISCELLANEOUS
I you were tired sad wore out, With FOli SALE,

1 E. L 1VERMQREWILL : |L SUMMERJCHOOL ao back desire sad to ahosHders sat,.with.poles. beaaacbe, I* your:: E.1 ... P., AUTOMOBILE 8400 WADE the tuner Orlando. ,,:" )

and a bad taetel* you mouth. whey ,miles, .look. like a new one and roiu SEE DOWNING for bargains in real' .
I. -.L'' rAt 't'OtII.t MPI. the tnoralsaT. ;'If you better, has top, wlndshi0Wr"pee | Lakeland Has About forty Stu- do you have got. Malarl*.-Wad the meter, eight-day clock, chimes horn,
I email aura of 28 costs will buy you metal tooT-boxt ro extra shoes, one FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass
l Ii.i dents Enrolled.I 1tpm.dlst..r.Hetf The,'.Maine of I extra tube. Will sell or trade for Market No. 189. ltf

y +i .1 . ' PREACH I It( Prof. R. M. Evans, who is teachingIn thla-remedy ia I town property. Address, E. M. F., GET tt':: N. BRATTON to drive your e I'
: Goths Fla. lOot
weeks school at L1 artesian wells. 43-tf ,
." a ten summer eland FRANKLIN'Sf4"4TONIC
t.;. ,. AT THE ; came up Friday evening to spend W. G. HANKINS-Anything in fitures:,,: 'FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rill "

p: ,|'S.turd.yand Sund.>with his family. THE VA"AftTEEDRBMEDY FOR MONEY'TO LOAN-J. M. Willson.Jr. Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf

lit I He reports about forty students enrolled CHILLS; FEVER, laG RIPPE. AND MALARIA SEASONABLE fruits and vegetable,
I the first week and flattering-pros- W. G. HANKINS_Typewriters. . at Edick & O'Brien's. 16-tf '

i. CHURCH I pects for about twice that number during l-T.ttle... this It la to...romf rat.drunlst Ml to do std roa get BOO*.. SOME choice propositions for colonization CARPENTER jobbing and repairing, w,
BAPTIST 1ak.sjo fill.caloeael paper hanging. D. B. Calkins, Ad- r
the next week. Students are enrolled or eisjv other purposes, Downing Realty Co.20tf ,

from Polk, Osceola and Lee coon ...10..sa tlo.. f..1 to.I..et.o.t..U..r."... a ..w ..... TryG It will .. I erhold St., near Orange St. 17-tf

I ties' Per se you all drssl.ts sea cesatry ....- W. G. Ic.lell.I I MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the
,8 e..ta.... It yoard..t.rdor't ._Pit",write HAJNKINS-Computing Rull.Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf
Some of the students preparing I
are
I for the teachers' examination, while T>,. Franklin Remedy Co.: IF YOU _want a good milk cow. apply WOOD per strand. $1.26; five strands
AT 11 O'CLOCK' to J. R. Gilbert. 19-tf 575. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf '
: Jaokaoavllle. Florid 18-4t
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I others are making up deficiencies In

I ; high school studies or are reviewing in FOR SALE-Two Florida raised ponies. CARPENTER JODING and repairing.
fi" ; Inquire at this office. 21-tf Good! work. See James; Church St. i'
already -
order to be better grounded in work "

'f J. < SUNDAY! MORNING The"covered.following teachers are employedin prides himself Every on r Person his ability to\ buy WRITE Information Downing concerning Realty Florida.Co. ioy; All .111'inear. YOU Main WANT St. SCREENS. see Osceola 45-tf. '

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> the school : Prof. W. N. Sheats, right" get the beat price, but-:!what letters answered promptly. 20-tf size Lumber; and kind,:Co. you They want make and make them them any .

ex-State Superintendent Public Instruction profit Is there in It if the difference: ''I'' W. G. HANKINSSectlonalcases.. to fit. (Give them a tnal. 7-tf n

'. NO NIGHT SERVICE principal Lakeland High School; isn't saved and allowed to accumulate -------...- ---- L
ERNEST L. GREEN
KING SIGN WRITER
Is Quality shoes for
: men at Cash
'" ,J. I IM' Prof. T. J. McUeath. principal Ft. for future use T Store. ., s {-tfW..0. -Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. .1
L .r' Meade High School; frof. W L. Os- No other plan for saving these small guarantee all work. Let me flgur.with !1
} .. "'" J, and for'asmall HANKINS-FIling cabinets. you on that job. P. O. Box
terhoudt, principal Ft Myers High urns accumulating enough
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.f"" School investment is so safe, so rational, CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale !Kissimmee l. .Fla. __16tfANYONti .
I .' t. "'..... ' and Prof. R. M. Evans, principal at low .
Osceola School. as an account with a home bank. prices. See or write H. Fleming for : anywhere can start a mail 'j
High
f particular 40 tf order business at home. No canvass .
; Pupils can enter, this school at any Why not open an account with us ing. Be your own boss. Send,for free l.1\1.
r time, and with close application can now and be prepared to care for the W.' G. HANKINS-Show cases of all booklet. Tills' '' !how. Heacock, A 2144

11 accomplish wonderful.- amount of savings you make by your allure' good kinds. Lockpoit. N. Y. 1.

; EVERYBODY INVITED work in a few weeks. buying 7 HANNAN SHOES:! are high class shoes. IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola j

It is the purpeee-ef managViflent-, I., 21-11 State Bank of Kissimmee. Call and see them. H. C. Stanford Lumber Co They make them any IJ. I
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1 '-, to.make the school a permanent affair Company. 19-tf size and kind yc 1 want and make them a A-i

': i" worthy of'the confidence and patronageof The Kissimmee Library. W. G. HANKINS-Ssfes and vaults. to fit. Give thorn a trial. 7-tf I

.r-s-_ S the school officers and teachers of FOR I AN intelligent person may earn $100 :
The Kissin-.mee Library offers to its HONEST and square deals in all monthly corresponding for newspai I
South Florida. It offers fine kinds I
a oppor- of real estate, cSll on or write
subscribers a list of over four hundred i pers. No canvassing. Send for par- f"
tunity tothe teachers to better equip __W._H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf r I ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245, :
i books by the best authors any or all of jrl
themselveajbr their work, as.the Board which you have the privilege of reading W. G. HANKINS-Desks and chairs.-- Locljport.N.Y. _- ,> l

x>f Public Instruction has provided for for only $2, which secures a single I FOR EXCHANGE() acres oi-I land tlI ;
Mrs. Mary F. DeGraw, wife of JohnH. the payment of a portion of their tu- membership, or $5 for a family mem- THE Downing Realty Co. are offering i near Sheboygan, Mich., for property '
LocalOverflow DeGraw of St. Cloud, died in this ition. bership. Capt. French the librarian, some real bargains/ in orange groves or near Kissimmee. W. H. Farmer 1"in ..
city yesterday morning at 4 o'clock .... . -,- will issue you a membership card for and five and ten acre truck patches. square 'dealer KisBimmee, Fla 19-tf :
the above amount. Library in State Write? for prices. 20-tf 1 ; :
;'I, - - after a lengthy illness. The remains Telephone Poles Wanted.Seat Bank' building. S-tf "MOXIE," our new health drink ill. '
Mr. C. A. Tompklns of Binghamton, were shipped to St. Cloud by Under- I I FOR bargains in resident property, splendid spring tonic, aa well as a '

4 N. Y., arrived in yesterday and taker Hand for interment Mrs. De bids for 500 cypress poles will Old newspapers for sale at this office truck lands and orange groves call on II pleasing and satisfying beverage.
made this office thi'ty call. Mr. be received by the Osceola Telephone 20 cents hundred H. M:_Breaker! ..KiHoimmee._ Fla. 4-tf We also serve all the tther popular ]! ,
Graw was a fine Christian woman, and I drinks and ice cream. Edick &
k Company Up to July 31st, 1911. Polesto EKing Quality shoes before I
before buyjng;
: 7 Tompkins has had lived a life deserving the approval O'Bnen.: 15-tf
r / ,, and own. property at St. Cloud and of.the Master, "Well done thou good be 30 fee \ long and to measure 10 Cash_' n Store._ _ _ __l-tf__ I ,.. '.. '
inches in .dia eter, 6 feet from butt. H. C. STANFORD FOR SALE 10 acres of" land, quarter t.
CO. are for
Taft. He expects to move hi'r.mily and faithful servant. She was in her agent I .' ,
Poles must be elect and knpts shaved the celebrated Hannan shoes for of mile from postoUice, half-quarter ..
kt to this section in the fall, and--states lI.ftyftfthear.. Orlando Reporter- p ; men. j9-tf I from school and church in small rail- i

I that several other families from Bing- Star Wednesday.Rev. down. r-- way town; 3 miles from Kjuimmee, r
hamton will come with them. Address all bid, marked "Sealed \ SEVERAL GOOD WINDMILL out- (rood land, plenty bearing (TrTnees' for

T. F. Callaway, who leaves to- Bids," to the fits to sell. Mill. tower pump, tank, family use and some for sale, fine orange '-
rr The Arm of l v day to accept the pastorate of the Sec ,
1 the drawing this week of 2-tf. 'land, 4-room house. Price $1,600.
completed a
ond Baptist church of Macon Ga., was 21-tf Kis immeeEla, 'I. 40 acres, 2 miles from city limits of Kissimmee .
) Jive-. office building to be erected
t tory the recipient this morning of a magnificent i IF YOU WANT SCREENS 4-room house, 20 acres cleared -
J jn Orlando, and it is one of the neatest Howard watch from many friends His Text and His Talk.' Lumber Co. They make see them Osceola any and fenced, about an acre and a ,'

pieces of work that has come. under our in the city both in and out of his church Qtshop X. had officiated in tbe/eol- size and kind you want and make themto half of bearing orange trees, 20 acres '1

r -observation. The drawing !is on exhibition lege chapel, and. though his discoursewas fit. Give them a trial.___ 7-tf_ of timber, nice shade: trees in yard, 4\\
who desired to show their appreciationof _h and flowers. Price 11,600. This is .
_ r in the window of the State Bank, the splendid work he has done Since most excellent In Itself. g'ha o* I a 4 GROCERIES.-We carry a full line of owned by an Oregon man, who will )'I

and is attracting a great deal of atten- entering the ministry here.' Mr. Calla obvious connection with the text. A ( groceries, and our stock is always sell on...teims if desired. .

..tioiujdrrBTLaUa' way desires I through the columns of the dinner Professor Y.' was asked his O'Brien.fresh. City delivery. Edick 15 tf& I 120 acre fine a town land,of on 2,000 pretty: people lake,, %4 i
eeMDOn' "Dear
P of Arkansas City, .K..., Reporter-Star to thank those who con- opinion of the bishop's DOWNING guaranteell'every IIt.te-1 miles from small station two splen- t

pent a few dsys in the city last week, tributed to this beautiful gift the one old man!" be exclaimed. "It was truly ment be makes concerning Florida', did groves, one of 8 acres and one of I I
apostolic.: He took a text and tben 9 acres;oranges, grapefruit and tan- .$
and after making a thorough Investigation of all others he needed and appreciates real estate, and backs them with the
of the"advantages and opportunl- most.-Orlando Reporter-Star. went everywhere; preaching the gos, :c hard cash. Write him for informa gerines sections, land fenced hog-tight into 1
.. 8-room house stables barn
i ", \ties we .offer the homeseeker and '1hvestor pel.." _, ,, ,,1.+ 'f'" f ... ,. .tion. 20-tf etc. These 'groves are, owned, by a,

,'*decided to locate here permanently. At Fort C Christmas; Tuesday afternoon Different, FOR SALE-Full blood'' Rhode Island Kansas rna ';who will sell for ttz, OO; ,

Mr.- Latta left on Saturday for Mr. William W. Nettles passed ,Opinions.Professor 'I Red eggs $1 for 15. Mrs. T. C. ,on most!favorable' terms, so that they '
I -, -Why did you come to college ..
to rest In his seventy-fifth year. Mr. Fouts. cor. Mabbette and Alden sts., Will pay most of purchase 'price find
i ; home to clOie'up his business affairs anyway? You are not studying.Will xr , Kissimmee Fla. 19-4t give a man *$e chance to own an ex- t
Nettles native of
t i preparatory to returning to Kissimmee was a Florida, living Rarah-Well, mother-says' it Is to Solik FOR SALE Twelve cellent incorji* property on most fa-
and
in Osceola acre orange
county for vorable
in October. many years. fit me for the presidency; Uncle BUI. the property will
Serving through both the Indian and to sow my wild oats; sis, to get a ctnnn 4'M ",from grapefruit Kissimmee grove, about railroad.three mire Will soon sell fotl16,0o() to $18,000. Here .

The attention of our Northern readers Civil wars, his bravery was unques- for her to marry; pa to bankrupt'tfefamily. I, sell, at a bargain. Address W. H. About is a great 3 opening for someone. E

is called to the evenness of the temper- tioned. He is survived by two sons .-_Puck._J__ G 4ewer. Arno Kisaimmee. Fla. 41-tf i acres limits bearing, near prove the lake, inside, all corporate In- "1 f

:?. ;a ature in this section, as reported by the and three daughters; his wife having Bravsry. .,w FOR SALEXA. nice home and a good I bearing trees, mostly oranges and {
local observer in the Gazette each him the rRwM..M grapefruit, but
;, preceded to grave many years "You spoke very admiringly of that investment combined-six room cot some tangerines, 7-
+ :;' week. In addition to this, we call attention ago. The funeral services were heldat dan's c urage." tage with batli-and city water, also room house. All for $3terma()( ; if ,

.., to the fact that we have no the Baptist church at Fort Christ "Yea." \4.TE don't give lots good for three residence more"cottages section one; locationin block 11.22 desired acres, adjoining the city limits, \;

.:+ *. 'oi sultry weather. Gentle lake breezes mas and the remains laid to rest in the "liut ne aAa--bQysr'1'; soldier or a from Broadway; )1 Price $3XX Reason about 4 acres splendid trucking land .

T fan our fair city day and night giving cemetery at that place. Orlando Re fireman or a policeman." gold dollars for for selling, to settle an estate. I/ read to plant crops, balance of land .1
.': as the most perfect summer climate to porterStar.There j "No, but be eats mushrooms that he 20-tf J..M. WitlsonMf.; excellent for citrus fiuits, 5-room i 1
'" C be found : has gathered himself." house, pretty location, good neighbor-
anywhere. SPLENDID Business Opportunity-WV hood. Price 1
but do' time
haa just been completed J in this sixty cents we tl,350; on half or
hk William B. Crawford..former editor have for sale a well established good pore if desired. Splendid purchase. "
city one of the most modern as well as ** paving business, choice location, ex- NELSON REALTY COMPANY '
;f ... of the'Pensacola 'News, now a lawyer one of the oddest houses ever constructed An Ordinance. value cellent lease. About, three thousand \Over Citizei.8 Bank. 2i-tf

tv of Kj *immee, ,was married in Pensacc in Florida, the owner being Mr. E. rlYllaam An Ordinance I to the Onoeolm irranftlnr Telephone:eer'n! right Company' and, I deliver greater dollars required to purchase stock ------

cola on'May 1st to Miss AEneid Barlow, J. Brow i, while Mr. J. D. Gill did the, a corporation organized and existing under de good will thrown in. Best of rea- .
!
winsome lawa of the State of Florida. in customtailoredclotnes sons for selling. Full particulars to FOR RENTDWELLINGS i ,
G, 1 a ,and accomplished young lady carpenter work and Mr. C. H. Strick- Ke It Ordained by the Council of the City of Interested parties. Nelson Realty Co.

fps J.: of that city. The groom is one of the land the painting. This dwelling is located Kla.ln>rneeSection I.: The CUT. of Klsalmmee hereby ler. for rent, apply to M. TilFOR .

t. brightest and most popular young men on the corner of Brack and Park grants unto tbe Oeceoia, Telephone. Cora nan?. a than you'llget FOR SALE-Bearing Orange Grove, '
trees 80 14 fenced '
and 700
oorpoiatlon organise existing under the acres acres ,
'" RENT-A
of Florida being especially esteemed streets and while we will not attempt I.w. of the Srtte of Florida and ita ........... hammock, pine, marsh and prairie I suite of robins, corner
L by tfie folks all whom and assign the right ndTlUige. concession Main and Oak streets. Mra. E. D.
newspaper of
land and .house.
description of the cottage
1 a building, we will and franchise of iabluihlnir.lnstallot and in the estimate Plummer. ri-tf
will cordially'congratulate him and rejoice say that it is of the bungalow style and operating a fll..t olt ... up-lo dale telephone rte average Next year's crop at 6,000
.m throughout the Cry of all boxes. Cash FOR RENT Desirable
r in his Gorda KI..lmm-i or terms. Address, 7-room cotta .
h.pplnesll.-Punta -
the interior ia finished all., and ofchamlnc
Herald. throughout with ireeta toll-ja, rents IIf.ho' 'tir.I for Pr'b'; use ol tailor shop. The reason Owner,Box34 )Kissimmee. Fla. 48-tf nice shade, pretty, home-$15 per"
; curly pine, which !has been hardoiledand said telephone .,stem and Ita Inatrumenta.See. twelve month. See Nelgons about it, over ..
FOR SALE-163 acres, acres .
2 That the std Oseeola Telephone Citizens: Bank. ..
i , Capt.:A. E. Johnson and wife of Gallup varnished, while ceilings are Company, Its successors and ....II'D.. .ball cleared, balance good pine land With, 20- f "

r, N. M., spent a few days here last over twelve feet high in all of the six charte operated for by the said use system, ranand, and hire within of telephones the limilaol is, we representEd. clay subsoil; .s bout 200 bearing ROOMS TO REN Either single or -

1Yt 1 week: and purchased some lots from rooms, the entire house being equipped the City of KlKiiramre. the stun of not more -T' orange trees on place. Four room en suite; suitable for light house
with modern << In the than One 'and On hall Uollan ( 160) per cottage, good barn and other outbuildings keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simpson -
11c r the Kis limmee Valley Land Company conveniences! shapeof month Trwo reeldenee telenhones,.ana not more Located five miles west ." s-tfStatement
electric lights and water. Mr. Brownis than and One hall Dol..... (IUO per .
.
Park. Johnson Is of Orlando! good road. For .
at Kissimmee Capt. month for business telephonea, and shall lureeleh V. Price 6- Co. >> -on clay .. -'
fi1 a railroad contractor, and he and-Mrs. the father ot School Commissioner ) to the City of Klsalmmee all each lelephones price, terms, etc., address Box 256, fMdi
I mp' I aa said Oily ahall desire for the transaction Fla.
+ Orlando
E. E. Brown 196irtospdFOR
'' and takes great pleasurein under Section 02.Chapter 65D Laws offtowlnaj
x' Johnson had been attending the national of li pnbllo:: bnaineaa without oharce Largest tailor In She world of Florida, the of
amount taxes
s in showing visitors through! hfihd&otne: Sea S. That the rights and privileges hereby SALE A five-acre tract and to th. Tax ; rharafdi
convention of the O. R. C. Jacks granted shall be In force and.ffeot for the /OOOD madf-to-ordtr cloths i Collector oolleetef of Oaorola Counntjr. ,

; sonville.. Th.had looked. over1>th r thooQ: unique residence. this term ordinance and period soea of.Thirty Into effect Yean; provided from the date that . three Five-acre lots tract in located Zephyrhills H miles Colony.from Florida*.1. and to th be. oportlonmont for .of current th.-.aaa you-4o r '

41 sections: of the state, but found no tbe raid operatIon' within''Byateu als shall month be Inatalledandtn depot and good fruit land. Two lots the 1.,1ed sev rmi fund for which, tazw have 'been .
from
f place which they liked as well as Kissimmee. MEDAL CONTESTHeld oat ef thu rranohlae. In default. of which Lb.Franobleeberebr the. whose immense organization on Tenth ave. one of the best residence APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS.
Mar let.
in 1(11.
v:, '; tented.hallbeforfeltedd streets city, and Ole lot fur- Revenue. r
.A 'f: MO. 4.ume That, at the. expiration City of of Klmilmmeeehail Ten ynara, ther oat. Will sell the five acres and To amount......... .. 137N 75 '
tbsres/teglhe
Some of our citizens are using.. an at'SL Cloud Last fiiddy N;&bt or any nave. tbe right to purchase the Telephone produces at three lots for $250. if taken within Amountooll.ct.d Balance be eolleol8d.. .. lOiOa 70
aq argument against' taking the cows off Brtemoetalleu under this srnnt, aa w.ll.. : the r.rxt 80 days. Address Box 568, General School Fund- IWoJ 06 :
W. l C: T. U. the pmpeiiy-' by It in the operation of said Fla .. . . .. i '
by Kissimmee. Amount Aaasaaed
19-4t-pd JK70 M '
; the streets that It will work a hardship [Telephone System within the Ihal'.0' the City toe Amount Collected .. 'f,
ordinary '" Ulfia 76
of "1..lmm_ an well aa all othuprooarlyneed an privet
'P on widows by forcing them to feed A gold medal contest was held at the under or In oonDeotloo with said greuI Balance collected . Slot U

tr\ f their cow or sell them, thereby( de-, G. A. R. hall, St. Cloud" Friday night .I ebbs acreed or opou right by, at tbe I.. |commercial>artlea at Intemt value. ,, to or be ia hind' WANTED To County amount J ...01-...... ,' ... .. lftT>17 71 4Q'.

,"c .., ', .pnving them of_ obtaining money from under the auspices of *-w.-c.-T.tJ., '!I oaae died of by failure arbitration le agree of three. at. a dhlntere.ledpar'valuation lobe of tailoring for WANTED-Good second-hand water Balaneeto Amount\ CoUsded bseonPt.d.' .., ........ "i5/% t2 49 ..;,". .

\ _. :the sale of milk,. An offset to this ar- Mrs. Westcott president and M/s. Hamilton I ties appointed ons br rach peitr and the third tank.. 2,000 to 3 000 gallons cheap for bounty Spools, ,

4 *gumenF'bce'7rred'Y11ta week-the gate superintendent of contest. by y aald the other City ihall two arbitrators operate aa! a Such canoellaUon! por "."of which: 'em\J1eTops l ,'cash: Address illox317City.,. 19-3tpd To Amount amount\ Collected assessed------. ....... .. 660A 00 4011 OT 3>..y e\
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be ..
Balaneeto "collected
4 leading into the yard of a widow's The following'.nver medal holders this Franchise. t. Ue4 8s .
WANTED-Large tract of Jand in 8ubchoolDlatNo. :J-
,80. All I' or parts of Ordlnananee _
home,'wholives'oirBroadwav; by some contested for the higher honor: Master "in conflict herewith, be and ths ume Lave ask' one-third either Lake; Orange, Polk or-Osceola To amount mssesaed...,.. '." .. 231(3 A
: left unhooked and several are, hereby repealed I to countiesH with good transportation Amount CoUsetod 137 .
F ne) nS'WM Ivan Kilpatrick, Misses ,Thelma Bead the first and aeoond time and unaniously Balance collected. . ::: [ B:r. e
,,Cows pt: fn and did a great deal.of Guthrie, Edith Je.nneas Westcott.Una passed In open session this 16th dw ofar.A t.cilitieal. for colonisation purposes. Sub-SchoolCH.t./ 3- a
p ; .. >>.11111. Address Roclar, care Valley Gazette. To..nt..a .. .. 977 44
damage. to,many rare plants, trees andy Gamer Gladys :Johnson and Grace W. :M JCtN80I', to ohe-Jialf more.: J3-tf' ". Amount collected .. ,.-.... .,*.-, _429-P8_, ,_ _f
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I "' !flowers, the yard being among the best Willie Gamer. Lteat : rresldant" Connoil.GILBERT. Balance Sub-School to be Diet collected No. 4.-. . 147 M ',
t. ''k.pf1D the eity. The cows were said! did but } 'J. a I. '_ WANTED-Refined couples or gentlemen To amount........ .. .. . t 728 S3 ',
"rata i Everyone splendidly,. the Clark ol the City of Claalmaee.pprorel OUTFITTER) FOR for several nicely furnished A-D.CoII.tecI.. ....... ... .; --U 1lQ l'fJ
; i' ..::1. 'J?'t.o be'owned, :ty"a'banker. In this case; Judges, Mrs. Belle Coot>and Messfs. I ISnI1' .. '. \ Katz rooms, with bath''the best' mesU the Balance to.be Collected; AIM, 'it
''J.. least the *' ''worked a hardship this 18th d.tO' "a pi9u.. : MEN AND WOMEN market can afford Corner Main and ARTHURK.DONEf1AN. ; t
\ ., cow, C. Roberta and F. B. Klnney, award* I H. a11NFOfD, ,, Clerk Circuit: Court Osoeola. r "
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