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 23, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00495
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: 'avery'part.of the state.. ,\ THE SOIER5 HOME .
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.1'1'. co muhltlea.I';j; Monday: ,ATwo of this character of men landed l'' I
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'Roaming 'It ; Ajlady, with two small In Kissimmee the" B. j I \

from the Streets You passing" down Broadway .., . .' A: ''
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1 Would Have l Kissimmee: Become of the children ran ahead of .. Pratt county, Kansas, and, "jike all such Win ., .in' This ,Section, *if< a

the City Beautiful.\ "slipped In' cow filth' ,arid fell :; r n e,, to 'the meeting. held''in* ,; who preceded diem at once fell In love froper; Efforts: Are Put forth '

q ...,.- sidewalk,. and,was '. Church Monday night 'the wO! ,our city,,and surrounding country, .1 ": | sus 1.
mother. "Mamma the by"AldSol&, ,
; with the result that they purchased "
L To the Editor of the Valley Gazette.\ : s'wered, "It was not my : adjourned its regular aemi- twenty-five acres f' land in Fowler ,. \

Dear Sir-Reforms: The Twin Sisters 'the fault of' the, cows." until next Mon'day' nighty;:the Park:, Including the five-acre 'orange The only way'n which"members of,.*' "

r Progress. apd Retrogression her mother answered, l "of Congress can-learn of the wl.he.'or the- ;
} ; Pro.perity..and full attendant of the member grove; )lr. Henry Bass, paving one \

;; these .are' the questions lor: the,cow to.Jo so, but ),are question confronting thousand acre for the grove, old soldiers In regaixTTo the building of"a vl
brought direct to our "people almost progressive citizens to allow' and in future the McAdoo home will be national home for aged/ and decrepit

daily.*- At present the .ancient "Cow' .tk' happen on the city's that require the most care. .. located on the eastern ,shore ol'Lake soldiers and sailors .In this 'sectteiv-a ,

Question. has been revived 'The presence I have,always upheld ,, and theBoard of-Trade Tohopekaliga.. about five miles from bill to that end': now"'pending'In thiT

of this quadruped has always been particularly: sanitary the only occasions on which Our Kissimniee.The .. United States Senate, Is :for!'them to.

apparent upon our, streets; before and') my small voice in protest on a common level and give / "father will ,return to Kansas to write letters 'a'iynarthelr"view.\ \ on .the. 4

a. after*' our city was incorporated; On I.In! cattle of 'any description = -expression of their views on those but his. business, preparatory to ,. subject' '' --r-!
this our streets., 'Our mayor's ) The old soldiers who have moved into- +
question our community seems moving )e'remainder of the family y

F somewhat divided, which\ State is a serious tifying Broadway and our .; The meeting will be held 'in here in October, but, the son will remain this immediate vanity} duringthe; j>ast, { b

ally is to t e" highly ca Chamber at 7.30 o'clock. two years and there are fully-twS'
menace to reform, "as a house divided > to look after the grove and prepare -

against itself" cannot stand A the 'more our councilmen S. J. TRIPLETT the land for trucking this fall. thousand of them, are Unanimous la tb., '., ''j

1., city -'against reform will retrograde,, with'his expressed: 'Ideas, in While here, only a few days, both of opinion that this Is the most favored,
ion the solid Progress -Pre ident. section in all America tor the location'of ..,, t4
will not. advance as .is no doubt theI more .. these men have demonstrated that they
i aim of Public1 perity we will attain. Secretary. such a home; and many have writtento
general our community. are builders-up and not teare down ofa
I '. United Stat,;. '
' questions should be discussed in a publie --| Very community, and, when Mr., ,w1eAd O Senator, represent-1 r ;

'":\'-"; '-/ manner either in our City Council 1L EDMUND.. ,. reaches Kansas he. will I telL the good lag the states from, which they moved

r" chamber, .or Board of Trade, or 'in | I people of that state that''they'are not urging them to. vote for the measure 'r,

.. u print. Evtry man orrwoman should bin .. doing: right by their families if they do when It comes before, the Senate, and

1 a position to form an opinion' of BIG LAND Railway not put out the fire, call the dog and to their former Congressmen, "to use

,j their own on public questions, eitherpro hike for this land of plenty and perpetual their influence to have the bill pass the YN

or con. This spring-Florida. House of Representatives when It
Was Consummated !
"- reaches that body. Among this numberIs -
Be Granted
,"" me" four years ago,, when our goody the Nelson Realty Mr. C. W. Fleming?; who'moved:: f !
Formed the Village. ImprovementSociety .
ladle s DAY"Committee
"TRADE to Ktssimmee about a year'ago from
deal of unusual l :
they brought the question of A land 0"/
of was consummated this 'week Railway Asks Permission Grand Ledge Mich. The representative '"o r
advisability of clearing our streets \

the cattle of all descriptions, with their Nelson Realty Co. sold to on Both Sides_of Broadway and Working '"ardI to Make Michigan in Congress in which, from-the Grand Ledge district is sit in'

foul filth: before our City the property known as .
Council attending; and the necessity of reform in I I Farm." comprising 674 acres at Foot of Stewart Avenue. I July 12 the Red Letter Day. uated" is Hon. -John Ml: C. Smith and

These ladies praise be '| midway between - --,- - Never before has Mr. Fleming'requested him by letterto '!'"
?SB t.his.direction. a proposition been "
his best efforts have
to the bill
1 4-H to them, have fought; this cattle subject Cloud and immediately on we printed 'grant such a Valuable franchise withouta presented to the people of this county
pass locating the home midway between
of reform in the right directionever Belt Railway. introduced cent's return to the city T and they hat has met with such universal favoras !
Kissimmee St. Cloud ".
and and received
since the formation of their so |' This property has been ed would 'must understand that when this fran- has the plan to hold a "Trade Day"* .
ciety. They -now should endeavor to ket for several months, but ; to the chise is granted it will practically pre- In Kissimmee on July 12th and the the following reply j ,1, s .
; D. C., Mly.l2, 1911.- ,
reform their husbands, as we note some offered only in its entirety run electric clude any other company\ operating in committee are daily receiving assurances
Mr. C. W. Fleming.
husband's affixed to a very few financially capable of Kissimmee for the from that
of their names our city next twenty years. every quarter'
Dear Mr. have
Council to ''it up. Fish Lake Farm is' possible that.our from' the will attend My Fleming i' I your,
petition. requesting our City at the Is it people\ are country and contest -
kind favor' of ,
May 7th about .
rescind the proposed ordinance forcing one of the best properties the ordi willing to grapt this franchise without for prizes who seldom see Kissimmee. me .m

'tt the owners of cattle of all descriptions tion, having over a mile of too late for first ascertaining what will be the rate There is not a merchant or business the need of soldiers home In Florida, : .,-: c,

to keep them off'; of our streets, and 'and the ground is of-the but now ': charged tor carrying passengers.,and man in the city who has declinedto and in reply beg-to. assure you that I' ,
in favor of the ,
am .movement and will
signing. a petition to have this matter I will produce abundantly of to read and freight T Do they understand that donate, some article to be given as a '
.' be to lend it
glad when It
I brought to a vote of the people. Some '' grown in a tropical or ; a fete when this franchise is once granted, prize> and in some instances they will support .

husbands bedeck their I country. their mouths forever closed and their be-- costly. comes up.... for con ,.
of these same as a,.. are very Yours .
wives 15 fine raiment. These wives !lOne of the best features : but the hands forever tied ; that the road, if it Messrs. Stanford, Lee and Breaker, truly Smith,1'We e'

'c are the ones to judge, if it be pleasant ,I I with this sale is that it ; the ordi-,I elected to do so, could charge as much the committee appointed by the Boardof : satisfied John M. C. iQ r

f jfir wholes ne, to havo their skirts be- local capitalists, which is its present to carry -a passenger or a box of'citrus Trade to make all necessary ar- are that Mr. Smith\ }:

..;, draggled Tn cow filth, or their little I evidence that the people !! fruit from hereto Sanford as does the rangements for-..the holding of "Trade voices the sentiments nine-tenths'of ri
I the members of Congress, but how are
ones .slip or walk in dirt, 'confidence in the future filed a A. C. L. now and that we would be Day" report'thatt.bey have the work '

"What logical argumept can the signere prosperity of this section. : showing the-I, powerless to prevent it f well in hand, but request us" to say that they to In know this wishesbfsthe'matter unleu'theereeommunlcated \ old;,soldiers y' I ,

of these petitions' advance for the stood a large part of the ; the road i Words and promises are mighty good they desire the hearty co-operation of with We feel'certainthat '

j fostering; of these animals on'a community I planted in citrus fruit. trees would look I things in their place, but the only -wayi all the people in the county make the if the old ioldiers'4hrouahout'tbee

awakening to the' necessity of I ing winter. occur to i i to deal with railroads or any other corporation 12th of July the red letter dftyjn bur
: .. North and West would/write their
". reform which would bring, advancement m Saturday.'i side and. is on paper in black ink, and city's hl.tory.' 'otherwise they' with otbe Cohgressmen'and Senators urging them*

r ,*, thereby prosperity: to t All BIDS REf way., But,then be exceedingly careful able to make it a success.v. to vote' for the, bill; that there would '' ..k

i Other' towns in Florida have been that we are'not,, whip-sawed "by the. failure of There I.' no"reason, why ninety-percent a dozen votes registered againstit

1 "cow towns.,!' Today they' blossom, asa r Kissimmee j! some of the signers to put a period of the people of this county should when1 it came up for final passage..

rose, as. their citizens have ample By the Uty Council for. after his,1 '!laI-Q1' ,to.cross. "a "t". in not be Kissimmee on that'dy. as i It 1Jelievlng. that' as strongly'as we do; ,
sity"for. his-name. will give them the opportunity to meet
'protection'against quadrupeds, .Septic'Tanks. "
'. 'of and believing that both,the old soldiers'!, ,
therefore their house flower-pots lay at all, We want td see the" Citrus Southern and mingle with those friends whom B
and Congress Desire to do the bel t..for" i
. ; open to the street, and said streets are The City Council at its- of it. The Railway come into Kissimmee, we want they hate not seen for years; it will those who by age or wounds are too; :.

bedecked with beautifuLplants. night\canvassed the bids amount of to see our city prosper and grow untilit I give the men the opportunity' sell enfeebled to battle against the world
i Ing of two septic tanks for "street to. becomes the greatest city in the 1 their old flea-bitten mare and long- -
Daytona has grass on her. streets, ; for the necessities and comforts of life,' ) '
of the city's sewaga, and street to South, and we believe all accord us the !. horned cow, their extra "hog and load \
which is mowed by the city with a single and believln<<'ju.t'. strongly that thegreatest
What ough discussion of the Stewart credit of doing our best along! that line; of potatoes ; it will give the women a kindness
machine. city that can be shown
matter, the decision was ) ordinance but we do not desire to pay such an chance to display their skill In the .',
r in Florida is,more beautiful than 'Day- the few remaining heroes of those har- ;
that all bids be 'refused, ordinance the kitchen and with the needle s
; construct, enormous price as the pending dairy, !'
home at De. rowing day of, is to l
tona T Then look nearer fifty years ago, J..
i city employ a competent to Main demands .that we may have the pleasure as well as to trade their eggs, chickensand \ r -ln
Land or Orlando Cannot our streets place them in 'home located In a section '
{ intend their erection, the off tp go of putting this. road l in the list of butter to our merchants for their '..
< look as pretty as theirs ? Most certainly where they can extract pleasure
done by day labor. Steps our enterprises. goods. In fact, it will give us all a
beyond from life and their'few .
by transporting pur cows pass remaining )
line will at betaken
once - ---- chance- get acquainted with the hundreds -
., the city limits Uajity can be ; principal years in peace and comfort, and that 1I
.1 that the tanks can be built of new settlers who have moved
; modern, thereby attracting Immigra- low-water'stage. will shortly JAS. W. PERKINS the place best suited for such a home
into our' county during the just two
Lion, when it .runs a public cow-pen- at' There were several. bids brick and Is in this immediate vicinity,.we appeal,
r the of its general community.! II defaced years. 9 to all old- soldiers everywhere and to :
;. expense for the furnishing of new For any information as to the rule v
would' Of DeLand is Judge of
Why this petition, in favor of the cow G.' A. R. Posts and to Women's Relief''
S for the electric light : governing the exhibits or
question ? What force can it which the Councilwill : use of This Jndicial istrid.On ; "Trad' Day anythingelse writeto Corps in particular, to at' once writ a '"
attain I .
1 -when some of its signers careful consideration H. M.. Breaker, this city, and he letter to their Representative In Congress it
Governor Gilchrist
the officers yesterday ap will and
that our citizenshad no gladly once answer. and their. United States Senators
i opinion the contract. The capacity pointed the -Hon. Jas. ,Perkins to ,
dictate to our County Commissioners \ offer requesting them to vote for the bill ,
.to in in the: : i
chinery now use flU the of of this
position judge judicial
; its entirety introduced In the Senate by D. U.
regarding; the location of a new jail BILL
been reached, and the t district, and he will assume"thejdut1ei, JESSED "
site If such be' tha case, what right I Fletcher of Florida.
f new and improved erf that office as soon as the term for .
iI i- in or- A gentleman connected with 'this
have the signers of this, or other petitions the demands ;
sary to meet 'which Judge Minor S. Jones was elect-
to city fathers T I guarantee Authorizing Kissimmee to force office forwarded a copy 'of the Valley
.. epparent'thatiir' ing city.,_____ J __ or intended ed, expires. Gazette containing anarticle along n
Council .
It looks City j I Judge Perkins resides at UeLand and Property Owners to Pay. A '
on the these line. to bid in '
with the suggestion" our worthy'' an soldier the national +
PROHIBITION Railway- is regarded'as one of the ablest jurists When, the City Council decided to .
ordinance home near Joh'fi jon.Clty Tenn.
mayor, has the right to pass an I d
if the In the state. .He began his public Broadway and certain
\gt banishing the, cattle from our chat pave avenues and after-reading the article he passed :a

streets for all time to come. I At Christian Church ( two career as county attorney of Volusia 'with vitrified brick-It was notgener it around among his comrades, and he '

\, will stand by our mayor and Council in Was 1 county, later' being'elected to the !ally known that the city could not force. writes; Jthkt the -plan met with the api. x

all apparent needed reforms and 'for Largely find in judgeship of that county, and at pres- abutting property owners t
ovemgnt that will bring the bet- As was to be expected'in the sale of ent is a member of the state senate part of' the bill, and some few have' opinion that the South was the place jj\ a

r ter class of settlers here to help us for this is One of the most | line from Volusia county. ,*.., questioned the fad as to whether the where such a home should be 1 located, 'f,H g
build up a "city beautiful.:! It is high cities in the state the of our city Judge'Jones, who has for years held Council actually intended to inauguratesuch for..the reason that the. aged and infirmcould I
the position of circuit judge of this district a needed improvement but the!
time that this city discard the cogno- the Christian church are today; not endure the hardships- of i

men of '"Cow Town" and be worthy der the auspices of the excessive' lives at Titusville, and by bin:'! uniform -. Council met a stun.bling block in the ab- Northern winters, and, that it wai the

drew Immense : we bring courtesy and fair aria honest declsions sence of that law and forthwith pro- \
of the name of thMTCity Beautiful" League an & government's duty to provide comfort v.

Let us pause anq consider that the the meeting was opened has won' the respect of all who ceeded'torforward' the necessary bill to able quarters for those who,had given ; '

more people w.Jf'attracfto,;, our,city, the gregational singing and con- came in contact with him. He leaves the Hon.; C. S. Acree at Tallahassee, their best-toit In.-the day swhen. tbey 5
r office without a stain upon his honor with the'request that he lose time '
of the no the
less grass, will grow on our streets. W. H. Funk, pastor to the possessed full vigor! of manhood. "
Cannot, we do ,without sorne, frfttithe church, and after a violin gross' or able record-a thing to be coveted more !hi getting it passed. That gentlemanat Again we appeal to all old.soldiers ,: ') ,,
J duet than the wealth of a Croesus. / once got exceedingly busy, with the and sailors the
: and than Brown's orchestra a of tljis to come 'to aid of their
grass tows more profitably, the bill
----- - result that passed the House of
'r;, without new people T At present'. 'our. Harris and McKenzie, ; .. Representatives last Thursday night, less fortunate.cqmradesthose.,who by p ry

citizens hays no protectiolTrom' cattle Collins, secretary of they speci .ANOTHER FAMILY and if it has not already, it will pusthe age and .infirmity must seek thet.abeltaring ) i' k

for the money, 'and tim.'expended by Saloon League, was Railway Senate as soon as it Is c 'led! up In ( care of the i'Ovemment-ud ,.

,11 them their, livered one of the most of cars that body by Senator Musey, when use every means at their command to '>It
in lodver
; beautifying pots
there will be no further for '
Added to This Community Which necessity )
and yards . i;JjV bition speeches ever heard road main- delay have a soldiers. and sailors home bested "'

:.{ mee, outlining the work: the 0 Believes in Boosting.. and-.DakinandRnbyavenuea-pave .between. St,_ .Cloud ..and. JCissitnmeik.. '
Capital needs and calls for protection,,
accomplished and intended see that with vitrified brick, and' the center of The,cause Is Just wortby'and noble ,k i
of, our public' and private.utilities, Every so often -man comes to.Flor- curbed in for park
plish to rid the"state' of the own Broadway purposes Let us not' lack In 'manhood: and love '
through strict inspection by competent = ida seeking a location; and'travels overa that is, if the ordinance p sses prohibiting fotsiurunfortunate '

men,. appointed ,either by our' City enemy whisky. stock of this. goodly, portion'of the state without cattle running at Jarge on the. - j 'brothers.! -r? 11 .

/,, Council or the Trades Union. :What ed After, a collection this brilliant was taken set of Coast men finding location that suits him In-eyerj streets.. In the meantime. the street. committee Hon. C. A. Carson.who was one of ..

we need sadly unity concerning public particular, and is on the of lea'Vingfor the 'loeal to the Southern '
"contributed. 'Rev. S. red' their eye haveS made all necessary arrangements delegates.... : :; :
was \ .
improvements. Our natural resources his:'home wheiL.iom ...on4LteU..h1m such as getting the cost of such Baptist Convention at Jacksonville[ left.. ... \ ",/r.:",
the Presbyterian church thing
I, -, are manifold; therefore why, not a I aboutKissimmee, and he -comes here work both by contract' and-daylabory Uiarcltrfor ponla; ,to be at the bedside"'......,.;.', "':.
the benediction prevent the and Just as as 'the Council la officially ,
soon I
develop them ? In'he1plnrn ure. We , 'car only-si with no Idea' 'our city or'anything inthia'ection notified- that the Governor has of his fath.r-ln-isW.Mr.: Milton Bryan. Nas h1

help ourselves. Internal improvements Mr. F. W. Hill | T' will suit, but just comes signed the bill, orders, will p. issued to who is dangerously ill 'at' his home afc*' : : .

y'f i fah. ti certainty'will) bring abidlrttciti&fwJ. .- coossee,,'' wale visitor hers ; ; people will because he does I not careto leave.with- begin work.:* >' "t" "q.' that place.' .>'a y -i. ; 1J .
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;''r .. Written for the Valley Gazette by: S. ,V.' Godden, FREE r" TAMPA.R.QUJMD t
C. E., Horticultural Expert. frt ;
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,., '" - ,: .. : ,' TRIPS I :- EVERYDAYBY' .
Peanuts can successfully raised j]1 all vines,:an +' > *-'through the South and should be given' ,ing. Take oft wing .as. before stated : ,RAIL I ', OR WATER

';:;:,more attention hi Flor "". The crop if 1 and run under all roots, and this will out-of-town'customers of the members ofTH'ETAMPA --- -' }

.a very important one .not, only for Its looqen the ground so that they will .

,, commercial value but for stock feed. tome up. readily when taken hold of by, ''
aa It can be:grown much cheaper than, 'the, hand. Following this plowing', : TRADE EXTENSION ASSOCIATION I ;

corn for the same purpose, and the takes two rows, hakes out ,
A "' are equally. good for stdcfc. and better the dirt and puts four rows together In '

for hogs on account of the oil they piles. The poles are set by one/nan ., FARES REFUNDED IN CASH 'S'Y. '

contain. deeply in the ground. and thoroughly '

,;TIle yield of peanut. is nearly double tamped. Twelve Inches frm>; the THE. ,' FIRST NATIONAL ; BANK. .. 1
that of corn. Land that will produce ground two sticks! about two inches ,

thirty bushels of corn, will produce Wide and one inch thick and fifteen' inches ,

r. forty-five to fifty bushels of peanuts long are nalled'to this post, cross-1' ( -

i per acre of bush varieties,. grown close wise, one over the other; The peanuts t

F; i together The running varieties do not I are stacked by starting the foundation I Ion NOTICE NOTICE .

.3 ;yield quite .. much.T these sticks until you fret the base I . "
t The following will give the methodof of your stock. Now place the nuts The Tampa Trade" Extension Association includes virtually all Ask for a Transportation Check from the first: member of the

growing, ,t.c:., in Georgia, andean next to pole and the vines outward. | of the representative merchant of'the city. In trading with I Association ,with whom you trade-after you have .made- your i
any; I
''f be followed in Flonda. They will dry thoroughly and cure the of them ;you are .assured against imposition, over-Charging! or purchase. ,
-, The Spanish variety is the surest vine nicely. The stacks should be I other Improper practices. Read' the brief and simple directions on the Check. No red ..

'I* cropper, the most ready seller" except capped with crab grass to prevent the That you may have your fare refunded. makes no difference tape, no formalities or explanations are reqired. No sum will bein 't
perhaps, the Virginia peanutwjilch water from running down the pole, price. refunded In excess of the visitor's ACTUAL OUTLAY FOR 1

seems to be sectional In habit, and requires which often causes the hulls to mill- The Merchant does not know your fare is to be refunded until TRANSPORTATION to Tampa and return, npr otherwise than on '::1
( more lime than some sections dew; though this does not affect the after 6 the following basis
'y. 1 your purchases are made. It would make no difference with : :
!f contain. It will not do to grow this sale materially. This method of harvest the merchanu"admlt.ted to membership in this Association if it Oi TOTAL pvrckmi if, $12 v nwi, 'tare will k* nfondrt 10 HUM mill trip\ ly

aar ti variety ina boll weevil section only on i is quickly and easily done, and especially were known. Free transportation is thepolicy of the members. Oi TOTAL...purcHiMi at, 124 amort, (tars win b* rilundel' 20 mules round. trip. ;

.! .-' limited trial experimental purposes. when the hands become accustomed -I The visiting buyer is entitled to a free trip upon purchasing the Oi TOTALMckmi il, $30 sr more (firs will bi rtfimdal 2S Mllei rend trip, l

,; Land, especially if iww, should be to it. Here the _polls are set I required amount, and is expected to collect his fare. The customer Oi TOTAL pwcaaiei if, $$1 or men, fail.will bt refunded' mares Hint trip, .. ',

1 thoroughly prepared and sweetened before" Boon after peas are laid by, at odd 1Ume may do all 11,8! buying from one member, or scatter his trade among, Oa TOTAL purchases if sao *r ."'..tin' will bt refunded' CO !vHts iaua< trip. -j,

'. planting pc nuts. The peas for I the various members, to suit his convenience. Oi TOTAL purctmt if $90 ar airs 'tin will M nfundtl' miles nand trip.Oi . .'

: planting should be shelled by hand and After the peas are stacked sow thefield The stocks of merchandise carried by the members hare been TOTAL pare II" if $120 w mm. fan win bi nluntfid 100 miles rwnd. trip. :,T

i be in readiness by planting time. It down to a crop that can be turned selected to suit the special requirements of this particular section Bi TOTAl pwdiatat if' $800 or mori. (fan will bt refunded' 500 miles round. trip

c i takes some tlnW to hell enough toG under for the next cro]). j and are sold,, quality for quality, at least as low-and in moat On TOTAL purchuti if, $1000.r Seri 'tan w11 bt,refunded' 1000 mlln round. trip ,ti
sections ,
'. plant a large acreage* hence this work The next la threshing In some I I cases lower-than the same class of goods can be obtained I from And 11 ii 'far any Inttrmedlatt ir should be done in leisure time. They contractors owning a thresher any other available source--of supply.) Visitors travelling by water will have their fares refunded on .}J
, should be planted with a peanut planter. and engine take contract for doing See the goods before with the basis of ACTUAL OUTLAY FOR TRANSPORTATION, but
you part your and Florida y
Some manufacturers claim lha this work. The thresher is placed in ( money will !be kept In Florida. .. money no'sum in excess of $1.00 for each #<20.(K) "spent with the members \1
their planter will plant anything, but convenient_ / location to peas where they I of the Association will be paid in any case.

I a peanut planter is mado to plant peanuts are threshed at a given price per four- '!
b, i and Is bust adapted for that pur bushel sack. Threshers are made of I> I

pose. U should be set to drop 6 to 12 'different sizes and capacities, ranging j Write to Glenn-Reagin i
Managers, Tampa Floridafor
t .>-- Inches apart in the drill, and the row from 100 to 600 bushels per day. The ,
t should be 80 to 36 inches a art. Pea :. price per sack paid variea*according to full particulars and classified list.of members. ;.1 l

I nuts being a legume, should have only conditions etc., generally 10 to 121 I .
I E NOTICE: When the Bank is closed Transportation Checks will be cashed
small of and cents bushel the thresher. by .
V,, a per cent nitrogen more per going to '
t': phosphoric acid than potash. Fall. and 'I The Spanish peanut weighs 30 pounds I

d ,C Winter dressing of lime help. Very i to the bushel, and brings this year $1.15 GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTIS'ER'SI{

light sandy soil can be put in very good I to 1.25'and up; for commercial peas
.u sKape for making heavy, well-filled I $ .60 and up for good seed peanuts, MANAGERS OF THE ASSOCIATION.
pods, by spreading from 1,000 to 1,500pounds I which are select stock. i
of lime per acre over the soil in Experience shows that peanuts are a BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING FRANKLIN STREET

1 the early spring when plowing up the crop that, should be grown in rotationall .

lOlL A rich nitrogenous fertilizer is through Florida, as no crop pays 9

not only not necessary, but injurious better for expense. of culture and har-

unless the crop is grown for hay only. 'vest. . {
-- -- -- --- ---- .
Use a commercial fertilizer containing - ----- - -- -- - -. - -- - I\
-- -- -
-- -
7 +I from 8 to 12 'per cent of phosphoric These four-bushel sacks weighing fully on Bandy soil, provided a good ,

3 acid, ,6 to ilO per' cent of potash and 120 to 150 pounds, according to qualityand quantity of applied in the early \
from 1 to 3 per cent of nitrogen. The spiing, and a good fertilizer rich in
d- solidity of the nuts are taken to :
I" poorest soil requires the most nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash be drilledin
what is called a factory, where the I't
< .i.i of course. Apply the fertilizer at the about two weeks before planting. t
peas are .helled by machinery, gradedand ",
Ce 1 rate of from 400 to 1,000 pounds per re-sacked;,and are sold to buyers April is the best month for planting. ... i i'j
b, ; acre, and in the drill rather than broad. ,
In various cities for many uses. A 1 'jj
r cwt CAMPBELLItems
: great many of these shelled peas are ':
Peanuts should never be planted following used in the penny peanut slot machinesand '
peanuts, as they do not succeed "
for making peanut candy, salted ""
.'" .,,; well the second ;year. There! is a sclentific peanuts', peanut wafers etc. Nodoubt of Interest' From That' Thriv-. it'I-

k ,' I,, method of culture in growing pea 'many. of them"'are used In making oil, ing Little City.
nuts which will.almost entirely dispense peanut butter and some' of which Isdistributes1
There Ice the
party at
\ :J 1Ke an .cream
a. With the hoe..
to the commercial trade In
Break home of Mr.. and Mrs. E. E.. Brown'slast .
: .
"i( t:-.One: method,, U ,aa : many form. I
the land early'and.. leave until just before Thursday nightMies I
,j make peanuts is one thing and to Grace Hall_ -from Georgia, is
planting time, unless it becomes manufacture them *ia
another. she(
< sister Mrs. C. '
her H.: Strick-
visiting ,
) 4 foul. Rebreak and If the land is'inclined shelling plapt is where l
a paying
"' land. I : BUYajgood mattress and it
p4)r to be rough, harrow thoroughly enough peanuts are raised to justify it. There was a fish fry at Lake Russet put on
Run off the rows 80 to 36 inches apart It is a commercial Make

+ '' with cotton plow. Sweep.' or small peanuts and they will commodity.sell as readily ..I last There Friday.was a party at the home of- Mr. I j T ; a cheap spring is like running a fine

r wings may or may not be used. Run cotton I
and Mrs. Lanier lakt Friday
: the planter in this furrow and plant Seed germinate quicker and better night. Owen automobile, without tires. ,
Follow planter with, single plow or when shelled although those with thin '
\ J.'k Mrs.Grace, Duel of New York is via ,
wheel cultivator, making a list on top hull, such as the Spanish, Sure Crop itmg here, and will return in a few j No good bed is complete without a clean, comfortable mattress t
of planted as If preparing to plant .
:' peas and Virginia germinate satisfactorilywhen
t weeks. | and the -No. 400 Spring. This the J'
I cotton. Ae soon as the peanuts have not shelled. Unshelled seed must spring represents highest attainment -

t w ... sprouted about one inch, or av little be planted thicker to insure a good Ft.Miss Ogden Ernestine, where she has has returned been attend-from' ever reached in its line; it contains 88 oil tempered coils of the -fIf,.

more, take a cutaway harrow and rundiagonally stand; If too thick, plants can be easily ing school. best Acme steel wire manufactured.: They are black enameled, and '),
and the until
across rows
r the field is level. In a short while the thinned.One to three bushels of unshelled Mr. Clarence Tolar of Loughman; was are absolutely rustless and noiseless-you don't rouse the neighbors 1
visiting Campbell lut'Sunday.
k peanuts will be showing from end to will plant and from time you'turn over. Superior workmanship 1
!, peanuts an acre, There waa a fish fry at Reedy creekla every guarantees a
end of the row Watch carefully for from four to six of unshelled
ounces +t smooth even surface so that don't tear the
you mattress
small and the weeder to
grass, put : peanuts will sow a hundred feet of row. tt
6 work harrow week.WHAUTCOSTS time have occasion to move it.
just as you did the cutaway every you i
L : doing the work thoroughly. ,
I Now, take Planet Jr. cultivator and Improved Valencia grows The No. 400 Springes sold at a price that puts the greatest 11

; run twice between the. rows, putting very spread.tall This and variety has some is usually tendency very to To Live in Kissimmee and Wages sleep luxury in' the land within reach of everyone. If your dealer
: dirt to the Side with cotton
e' t I" s, some plpw and split peas.the middle. Plant pl'C>lific.<. The pods contain frpm three Usually Paid. wont supply you, delay your purchase until you write us direct for

1 l .. peas deep andt.hua protect them fromcrows to five seed, which is larger than the The following table of' prices is aa facts about.the superior "No. 4OO Spring. \
,.d and other destructive bird. Spanish peanut. They are of a dull, I near accurate as it is possible to obtain ,
red color, and about as early as the and is published for the information of a\\t
l ,1, This also is advisable, aa the Spanish I those contemplating moving to this city: GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO., -.

peas cluster around the main root stem Spanish. Flour.. *>>.2:>'ta S8.BO per bbl Manufacturers
',' and the deep planting gives' them a No. 2.-North Carolina Bush grows i Smoked Baoon .. . :ZJ to 80 aid p.' Ib Atlanta. Ga.
ys Dry Salt bacon . 14 to 16 Ib
r i> f larger tap root to grow on. Where this tall and stands Very erect. It has very B..n. 6H to te5_taper Ib
.. ....
+ method is not used and the planter I. prolific po.i'clulten around the main Ii I Lima{ .Bans.... .7 ft to I 8)cents eats per par Ib IbKlea I

.' used as with cotton, the hand )booing is root. Pods contain from three to four I Bwaat Potatoes PotatoM. .. ., 76 to eanta tl.tS par bushel bushelIrish -
; ;. necessary. with/ cotton, and culture seed, of a dull red color; both pods and !Fraab rid .... .... . .. ::6 ta per 1.2* par Ib "
.... ... ... .. .. .
Mackerel. t to It IbOrlta
\ the same a. with cotton. seed are of a good size, and about. i Bait! .. . . .. .....aUeperlbMeal gyp par f;

, ..t It is not necessary, as some presume, early as,the Spanish.. !Fresh Baaf. :. .'. .. ,..... ... .. Iftc perlb II
1' to hoe dirt on top of vines to make No. 3.-Virginia Bunch makes a Fresh Pork. . ... .. ..UH to ISe per Ib I

them produce. In plowing or cultivat- short, stocky growth, with large,quantity I.!!Buss Dried"' Prunea. . ....., .,:.. 1ft ,pound..8 to We for per' 00.Ib ;14

ting it, it is customary to put more dirtY of pods clustering around the main :.DrIed DrIed Peaehea Apples ..... ....... .. .. IC 10 to to l'He IVjf per par Ib Ib I' The No. 400 Spring Bed ;;;;
\ to peanuts than cotton, to freshen they i root. About 120 days are required to Pure.Lard ..Oo. .. 18 to IKIoo par Ib I

d .r ground and cover grass, which saves I I mature a crop of pods, the pods being Cnecee Compound Creamery Ltd 'l... . .. $to..lIieperlb 4e per Ib I Noiseless, Rustless, Oil Tempered, ;

x + ho* labor. Peanut plants even if covered the same aa the Virginia running.No. Qntoiu Black-Bred Pass- ..... ... .lie.......Ib$2.00perbushell. ... ...."IeI Black Enamel, Smooth Surface, ] ,t
Ors i, will 4.-Georgia Red or Tennessee\ ,
entirely come through again, Coffee lhe to 86e per
j, 1 .e but thni retards the growth of the vine. Bunch, about the same. North Caro- f... .... . . .. .. . &0e lie to Sue sallon par Ib I Comfortable, Easy to .Handle. p i

v T's i Many cover them up grass and all, to lina Improved Bush, except the pods *lan Tna-Karoaana.. .. : '. .-:::::*5eto4O per pardoaanChicken Guaranteed for rI r-
Friere. ..... .. .t&eto 411oah 5 yearsI
,. ._', prevent hoeJnjf.TmX It\ Is improper and I smaller in size, but equally as..Jong..1|Cfatekena frown ..Oo ' .565 to SOo each
b, ., :: : :: :::: W, bushel
ts shortens both the yield of nuts andVlnea. No. 6.-Spanish, the smallest seed ;Oata Cora helled.. . .. .. .. ........70o par par baahalOranaaalnaaaaon. I 1 i
"" I the North .. .... to*:J.00 par ba. ,
you 4.1t 1. -- variety cultivation except Carpaaton_ .. .. .,..,.......Sl.eo to"H.ftOBUekemltlia ,9
To tell) when they are ripe, fct: vines"" Carolina running, but they"are" aure 1I 4! .."...'.... .. .. ... .. ...lUG to I3.SO.OO
r will begin to turn yellow, and spotted I crop even on the poorest noil. I II Cl.artftat1Impiq.CIeariq LaacI..bbla.U'10.oo.. ,. .. .liP..'.1/\.00/... to par 8O.00 mere
., \ I M.a..dTaus......._., ....,. ... .'4.00".00
matured. bunch
.,- : a* if Pull up a her I No. 6. Sure Crop; Very.tronc and
H_and MuleS..h......... .....nOOto $$.00
j .'' .arid there, 'and If about all the peas are rtf upright growth. Pod*. cluster In I' (Partia aaft.OOandapnSSm ) ;

;' 4 a-rown"and shell thickened; they are great-quantities around that main rots, ..,................' ....'... .Wf0to'''.oo .
: . .. ... ... .. ......... .
'" ready to gather.: Get two mules and .Both pods and) ued,... longer than the ..-. \.V..'., .. 7 .to$1 .OO -
Taaebaraj : ; S4S to$ | month
... r .. . Jt"" ';;bitch-doabl..-to a turning plow that will i Spanish. The teed of this variety iaAn' Wood. p.e esed.\- \ -.1.;,-... ..1196, to 8.0 \ ,

;', t, admit of the wing, being taken off. *" t, -'- .
'a hi. plOW.IhooUl-have a-lung shankorlstandard. I lay lan tfiat Large leak blot n'r;'sale at'this I

r''\\, ;'#t { .''ao the beam will clear over not too,stiff 1i;. : t.can bAlcrown aa e:..-" .omct. 101 ncr' .'., 11. . . ,. ... :.: .- .' f .... ..
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', large trout that Cypress and other --1:; Ii
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:reekV' >'j possess. = - S_ -.;;;;....;;..;.- ... .... 'It"- ;

: BssipEE!) TuhipTisi:B : : .GIIUROU Mr.'ROey Godwin U apparently busy a UrDoosr snots

r in his crop, be .and 'his boy' being the, Banyan Stephen... pastor. .

3 w" .Oonlendlna( ;"earn ,,for the kith which was OHO*. main! dependence_ : . Sunday-* -. FOR .MiS's'E S, ,c. : '
i. tor, alt.0 llT re
..... op'8'IcKR: $ ( .THB c:1UV"Roil: { h its ended splendid upon!olds when can fct Uscrop all' time, lies bed/ off.-{ :.Preaching 11 a.; m.'gild 7.15 p. m. ,.. W. kave jut received 20 B. Y.. B. U. :
'j ; 6:46'p. ,m. KM, wkick cam** U ... .Wt
BuNYA STEPHENS, Pastor without being worked, you 'may be'as- V\ W price. "
C. W DAWN,,Clerk. C. F. BRYAN, Treasurer.DEACONSC. lUred that all Ie t wen In that quarter. I Communlon Sunday: . have far ill.sizes. 2i u4 .;Ja Ckilercu' aM! ")- '
i' A. CanonC.. J, Woodall, N., C. Bryan Monday-(after 3rd: Sunday). V .2 lo 5 U Kg Girls' b all'.tyCT la beets .
:*' -.J. W. Wilder J. M..WdTaon, Jr., Joe Jeffords, M. Sellars ,Thompson ia .our champion Woman'* Miss. Union D vo.''8.p. m, . frets, .fn pomp.JHUdonk. ,'
e > ;;J.Hicks.A.S.-Gilbcrt.J..M. Hansell, W. H. Jones.I .. teamster. It is said that he can keep WedQ.eaday-atter: lt Sunday)< ? \, ? ia aa4 Uea.. $1.25 te $3.00. 'Cosse.
: , : }:ils'team Jn\ the best of order and make see S
Worn. Miss..Unloa-Social: ; .. .8 to 5pm ,
I Ir: I' "' ORDER"OF' SERVICE-MAY:28;1911 better time, with' them',than could' any. Thursday --I, *;, ."*"* ." 't.I as 3 areas ,yea wpr.d.t; .. '..:,.;oe s i

other,man In the county.' "
I'rayer"0\tlng1OO :mV.:
t Mormmo' ,A. M. Beau Dr.wd'a.crop Is said to be in p. . :"L.,. (IS1.ROSS.\ "VVHIDDEN.00.;
Visitors! always :welcome. ". ;
t',. wl, i'Piano Prelude..
, r . Doxology and Invoe tlon-" . LAng, is a steady, capable laborer, and PRESBYTERIAN. .-.. ,
480& -
Hymn with* 'other 'favorable / ,
v ,
Scripture Leison. -- '
S.,. $. paator.
", Vocal Solo-Mr..Shps.: GraJ\- :. .: that gentleman will make a sufficiency < Snyder
, I t.-, ., Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A, S.:
$. ![ f>r.yer. J y is to.. carry them. through the coming ,,\ .' _. ', I
t Nelson, superintendent toi
AnnouncementsOffertory282 "
[ . year.--t
, -"Refuge"Sermon"Stllling w-- Church Service of'1! and 7.80
\ a. m. p.m.
and Hunters' land
The Southern companies
the '
[ i [tj ..S".Webb.Tempest"JnviUtlon . . through tl}ear agents, are still Christian Prayer'and Endeavor Bible study 6.30 Thursday 7.30p. i . GRAVESCARRIES '.

; : at work on those who desire homes on :
. +', [tj' m. A COMPLETE., STO tfk O F
favorable ten They certainly' are
1l1. ,
EVENING-7:30. #.1
: .
Visitors invited to ..11.ervlces.
[tj most cordially 1
an Industrious class, and are carrying .
f [, ....... Song Service : -
a [tj 617-"Ye Men of God Arise" out that which the Valley Gazette has HARDWARE

t 1., [tj 561-"My Saviour First of All" made possible, with.vigor that proves i \ .
(, '" Prayer fair to be Their automobiles METHODIST.
a success.
( A.ND.
r 231- ,
Ph. D.
are constantly passing; through Wm. H. Funk, pastor.

i t,d Song Scripture 80A: ;Lesson'Come;'Thou wI Fount' our town, and while, they render our' Sunday School 9:451: .. m.-Prof.. R. AND SELLS THEM AT EXTREMELY; LOW oPSICEl! 2

'. [tj -----. Prayer roads disagreeable to travel over, we M.;Evanl, superintendent f

I, [ Sermon-"Notable Offertory 436-.."Onward Conversions Christian(3)Soldier") Saul ofInvitation can endure it without much faultfinding Preaching,: services 11 .. m., and 7:15 B.ROADWAY KISSIMMEE) PLORIPA

, ![ as .we know they are benefiting us p. m. ,, .' ( !

198-"Lord, I'm Coming Home" otherwise. Boys League 1.30 p.m. ,

t- ..' Latest reports from railroad magnates Junior League 2 p. m. yt
r ,. -B: VBRYBODY! = seem to indicate that a rightofway Senior League 6:30: p. m. 1 hL

tit' : OTHER SERVICES'OF-THE WEEK. Is being; constructed with all possible Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:15: p. m.. 1"I.

speed, and we have every reasonto Holy-communion' ever"let Sunday. .
Sunday-Bible School, 9:45 A. M. Preaching, 11 A. believe that months have You are cordially invited to eachof
[tj ere many .
M. and 7:15: P. M.CommunionSecond L
f Sunday. ". passed, the whistle of the, locomotivewill I these services. i N.. BASS
Monday-(after third Sunday)-Woman's Missionary be heard in our midst. .
Union. Devotion, 3 P. M. CHRISTI-- ..
all is
\! At the Drawdy mansion serene '

. -.'.ro Wednesday Union-Social-(,after first, 3 Sunday) Woman's31i8sionary The Patriarch' with the aid of Will *'er- S. J. Vance. pastor.. I CONTRACTOR and BUItIERI: .1 i ;
been to support
I Thursday-Prayer Meeting. 7:15: P. M. tic, has sinking posts Preaching at 11 a m. and 7.30: p. m.
Friday-B. Y. P. U..7.30: P. M. ,? a plank fence which is to enclose about Bible School 9.45 a. m.-A. W. Wlnn ..

i .-.--- -'----- -- ---- [tj ten acres. He contemplates planting superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assistant .Doea-General Opntractinff and Building and Furnishes Est! \Wi,
velvet beans on the enclosure if thereis
superintendentChristian mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether ,
'<$><$> horse'and man power enough on the Endeavor every Sunday it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel.
the land and plant the
place to prepare -evening at 6.30 p. m. '

..,4, -- : .. -- .-- ;' - -- beans. The value of thisarticle as a "Prayer meeting and choir practice every Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS

food for cattle U not properly appre- : Thursday at 7.00 p. m.EPISCOPAL . in which he has met with the greatest.success .

ciated, he thinks, and is eterlRined"to of In .
--- I any man in-Florida., .

Letters That Spell Progress; give them a good, thorough trial. ..

:. Our legislature has showed a com- Give" him your;. work and it I'
Kev. David D. Kidd rector. Kissimmee FI
i mendable activity in attempting to un- will be well and quickly done. t a.
J'b For Kissimmee Written by People Convinced earth a supposed bribery scheme concerning Services .every second and. ; id
at 11.-00
day a. m.
Gazette. a rice track bill. We notice
J. the Valley .
Through Reading Os- Communion! '2nd Sunday at 'morning .
that the honorable member from I
services. .
ceola was a witness before the com .
I Conneant, 0., May 8, 1911. I Through your excellent paper we mittee, and gave them pretty clearlyto Guild meeting every first.Tuesday. !-, ,
.: y{. B. Harris, Editor Valley Gazette. have watched Kissimmee grow, which understand he was not in it. I i i."I.! .
;1, Dear Sir: As 1 have been receiving is the result of local advantages and between Kis-
J1 sometime and Our telepnone service Many people do not know what a Bank'.Capital l l.for,os 0.. differ_Moo' "
1 1 your valuable paper for )having elected and appointed practicalmen simmee and Whittier is not altogether Being a pessimist Is about as satisfying ..< i ..... a bank of little or DO capital and on wilt a large capital v+

have. enjoyed-reading it very much, for to transact the business of tjhe satisfactory, and if central could hear as eating an Icicle In a snowstorm., : -i A BANK'8 CAPITAL AMD'SCBPLCSIs t,
i which I thank you, enclosed please find various oYganizations. After having the complaints entered they ;' thai protect a the depositors from. Ice*, ran the .tarter It'Is the' ,
six months' subscription many ? i greater...._protection... me --' ......... Ihli ba..k.liar .. ., I'
fJ cents for spent three winters in Florida and visiting i would think that all the members of The only safe liar .It the one-who, C.p1TM".n.' .................. .. ... ......"Je 00 . a
"( ( for your paper. At the expiration of many places from Jacksonville on the defunct Grumblers' Club had turned doesn't know he lies. 8urpltu 4O.........t......... .....'......-. ...wo 00 '
... .. ... ., ...
wife to be btooUtoVUra'UaMlllrAtoUlof I ... .. ,...l 00,00008 .. :
and Miami
that time.myself expect the east coaat to and A. C. L. loose Rex. 'f': I

:with you to enjoy your nice climate. to Tampa Mrs. B. and myself'like Kis- on them.- Some persons look Innocent because .. ..... .. '........ ...'. 9132,600 00 s
IT' I We - --- and some others because they This means that we aad lose iiiiOOO: before our .depodtore .sold lose acool.
Thanking. you. remain yours simmee beet fully expected to return ... they are This prateolloa Ie for YOU
.5\i \ O. C. Darling. the past winter, but the conditionof need to. I

-' my health prevented, not being able NATURE'S PAINT BRUSH. I STATE BANK OF KISS'IMME.E .. .

'! ;1" Marshall, Mo,, May 18, 1911. to attend to business for the put year.I When a man' can't think of anything 0 -op.--. "

.; ;i Editor Valley Gazette. hope by fall to be,make the Colors, Shades and That Cannot else to do he always, Improves; the Idle ._. .1 .. Kia>.iMMeter.. r.* .oe..iOA.JOHX I F ,.

it" Sir: From the wrapper on the. Valley trip to Kissimmee and Invest in a home Be Reproduced, by Man. hour by explaining to hfa.wife "how" 1 O. X. CARSON' H. LKR 'N. 11.. CAfiSOKCaahler' .' -=
In the most striking easily and quickly all her housework ,
Gaiette J observe time expires Nature paints I President .ytoe-Preeldent! '
\ '" ,,' .'today, arid to; prevent; missing a copy and* busjness. ". colon' and shades achieved and by tints the with brushin adeUcaey'ueyer ..might. be dope.. . .l NNNN\NN\N\Nen\ ..........\\\\..._. .\...._-_._...;;, \..; I. ": f f 4

, "I ', ', ,you will find herewith' draft'; for. <,re.. Sincerely,. ." *' yours,* the hands of the artist The highest . I - ,

Ih: i newal.. ,. . v'WHiniER. ". ___ ___ ; .J. .W, Barnhill." ambition ot the manufacturer of paints likenature's. IJ; ,
n colon which look
Is to'produce I '
The yhave
1 caused said smiles to expand to an extensive
Grass has a green of Its ov nSo
1 I and all around laugh the leaf and so bas the distant ocean

McClelland. assisted by Westly None of these has ever been reproduced :

Interesting Items from Our Regular Thompson, left Saturday morning witha and put In cans with a price 1 I _If' s ;
I fine bunch of hogs. The former gentleman label on them. ,

Correspondent. I I reports that the dry Weather Winter apples now repose on the ... 11; .
" I had caused his seek shelves of the paint chemists Honor
pork producers to J
I' The Grumblers' Cklb has disbanded, the inmost recesses of swampdom, awaits the man who can combine colon _. (Formerly McNair & Son) '
its president resigned, and its previous I to the tints of red of the
members appearhappy, contented and i making it extremely difficult to find Baldwin produce and Nortbern'spy. They come Dyal-Upcburch Building:, Jacksonville, Florida "- ,

r satisfied. The dry weather caused its j them, but anticipated that the heavy pretty near It. that Is all. The sameIs Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber In Florida, }is well manufactured '

, formation: and the recent heavy rains rams will drive them out. true of the colors with which October and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload lots/ are exceptionally .good. '.

t with prospective drowning out created' Mrs. Cason brought a bear hide to first touches the maple leaf. r- tWi.V
Whittier last week, pierced with bul 1f All the paint grinding works In the
a short lease of life; but as all confess I
is in the ', lets. The previous wearer of said hideis world were multiplied ten thousand y
that exactly enough moisture
said to have been killed by an ergityearold times they couldn't turn out pigment
ground for the crops and swamps, I' 'I Indian boy who had emptied enough In a year to do what nature
ponds, branches and creeks are properly does In a change from season to season
the contents(; of a Winchester repeaterinto I Xa.
supplied, accompanied .By clear sky .
t and bright sunshine, there ia not the his body.Oranges Nature's brush Is busy everywhere

i'' least possible excuse for the fault- are growing with an aatohjshing all the )lme. In the life of a leaf It r

finder. ) rapidity. .peaches And other applies the brush day by day. following

beans and fruit give promise of an abundant and with""l s" tints from budding lima
The corn, potatoes, peas, from the branch. It
hntll It flutters
general vegetable growth have donned early crop. touches the valleys end the IntrA;; the ".1
their brightest and best colors, the McCIelland's/ corn crop has Basset growing grains, the flowering plants. :" '.:

fruit trees are. robed with fresh beauty ; the wasting ear. stage and will soon be Never' Is It Idle.-New York World.

\(!t cattle chew the softened juicy grass hard enough for feed. . .

L\j I! with infinite satisfaction and everything Mrll. R. W. Simmons: reports an extensive "
... F I Coal Consumption.. ,
yy. that nature hall produced comes reduction ft)' her personality. During the last century the coal consumption :

I forth in full court costume. The satisfied That lady commenced a 8hreducingcour" of the world just about doubled .
f expression that, beams forth from ot medicine about one..year ago every ten years. I

the countenance of our citizens is At the outset her weight wall aver 300 t r

.igreeable to behold and the get-busy" pounds. but since. adopting the" Dr ,

.; ..... proposition has received an impetus Bradford remedy, her weight haa been Statement. "

i'' which will take several hot days to sups reduced to, 180 pounds, and it is'said Made under Section 32. Chapter 65IKI' L.... ol I i
s; that! last week\ she outran her daifehte Florida, howinar the amount ot x...harsc ,
; press. to the Tax Collector. of OKOola County, ..
'r The Hotel de Beulah is still the favorite Nora in a fair square race, thus show- Florida, to b. collected for the current yeai1U1U. .
;; and th. aoportionment of the same tithe '-. ,
i "resort for comers and,,goers1. ing a reduction I in flesh and an increasein aeveral funde. for which tax_ have beet
. I.- of strength during the same period. levied
-w ; ;. )lilies! Asdie-aaatpceaegt the gust APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS.
Mrs. Alice M nd8OCo.leaving Miss Oala One more t ucc'"ess hi Hunters' Paradise Revenue April lat,. 1 11.

+ 'and Bertha to assist. Miss Beulah is : Dock Stephens, the successful To amount ..ereind . . l I7f 4 76 a
Poor is
Amount eolllAld. fl'l9S V. plumbing mightjniear at any price. lit
( doing the honors of the.establishment. sportsman, this time, and our Democratic Balance be eoljpated) ., 7411 C ".

,'\t Mr. Joe Williams is still the active rooster is as well/ pleased as the Amount General Aaeemd School Fund. .. 1987O 6-.. fact it would prove dear if done for nothing, some-

'r'; bead of the out-door department. He defunct. members of the Grumblers Amount Collected .. W<7 31 '
llalanoe collected. 106iH8 What's the '? Let it and do it
Nye believes in the theory of the master'i' Club. His plantation is producing County to Road : JhneH. answer ,

? ,1. eyes, business, and has of late put in abundance which is 'perfectly wonderful. To amount .ii.ei..d. .. .. 10517 71 .. '
Amount Collected . TSfil 1I! as it should be done, and then it will STAY_done. \ .__ 'i:
' /', s, practice his theoretical fancies. Tadpoles, minnows; and young Balance be o ollieotd.... 11006 M /-" JOSCIOLA

'' ; The proprietor" Travelers' Rest frogs appear in sufficient numbers to ,amount County BpecliU assessed- . . May 00 : f'" .

1 i i', :'j-j has recently received .a fresh supply of satisfy the most fastidious epicurean Amount Collected; .. ..... . BIT 1'' .
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Balance to be collected J HS A
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j rt) ,- -11 Is-anpposod'will act in fowldom. His blue beard propensl Sub-School Dirt. No. 1*- .. . '
To amount ........d. ... . 234 fig ., ;
i .a* ..' inspiration towards Its speedy ties have vanished and be Is again the --ntCollected....... . IOII 1 I'Balanoe '

l'? n completion ? loving Mormon husband of his numerous Bub-School to collected.Diet. No.ToaawantaaMaMd S-,. ..... 131 II' HARDWARE CO. : {

::1: _l Charlie Starling from Bull Creek and wives .:... . .97744Amount.oaMetd ..
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.Tom-Hull from Crab In Whittier . Manage
'. were The deer and turkey.. still pressing > Ml JI
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: ''r-: 'on Saturday last on trading trips. forward with adetermlnation which To .monnt......No.. ... .. ..- 721 (SAmount . : .i>-

. ':tt v .Charlie: cud) ,.that previous light rainshad' appears to say, we have. our rights and to<< .... 6 8>siVV tBatenea : ", r .- '-,.-" "

$/\ produced light rains In his neigh.w'torboodt you must respect them. The fish,:how- . ARTHUR a. i DOHXQAH: :: ,, ',,;

. i"- :bat the recent, heavy,one.bad nr,'are" not q lts"10 bolds .for ItI ,.- .(BaaL) ._ "Ctorfc;! County.Cireult; Cowt F1arirIao Oateota :
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: .. :( : ( illeyjiazfctte. A 'CAISSON, .SPREADS of press:...The Uavada,,to spreading the' harbor peoples of; made tnexaissonyrefe of the known world by"_the red-,' ,l.G.Q.., flfN. --RjjILC"RISl- GREATREDUCTIONFOR I S k

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T' to in) the second paragraph in the belief L&l
B. HARRIS Editor sad' Prop'r.g. ,
of the engineers.was caused: by Names- Judgeijand Provided .
J. TRIHIETT, Associate Editor: in . Attorneys l
I And Causes Considerable_ Delay one of the piles on the outer side hav ''
Ing com in contact with-a fragment of for in New. Law; 100, ,
c- ., .PUBLISHED: EVKRT FJUD 1'. the Worn, of Raising the steel blown from the ,Maine,tuid In I ON'E WEEK ONLY' .
t Office in ValleyQazette Building being driven,Into "place this pile s;lIt. Tallahassee Fla., Mays' 24-Gover
KJ8S1I01J:&.OSCJ OLA OOUNT1'rLA.T8uBacRdxlbN.81181 Battleship Maine. ,I This made a' weak):?spot In' the treat I nor Gilchriat, having signed the billcreating '''
-' ,_;_ .1 V*. cylinder and when it was" pumped full .three additional judicial cir 'MON DAY MkY" 29TH
: f of mud by the powerful auction dredge '\cults, making eleven l Jn. all.: this afUr- .
HavanaCuba.. May 18.-Th. diffi-. seht the ,
..... ... .tl 00 at'' work nearby the -caisson was noon following appoint to the .:. -
Om o..eepy._'.*\. mo.ttu.:.....,f-t.i..,..'..'..*".;..... s.All done cutties- surrounding the wreck Tnt-Jhe the work battleship being strained almost to: the bursting point ;coats today,,to be confirmed by1 that ' and tasting until '" ,
at Heavy northeast winds caused .. ',' ,
_..... from oat Mt Maine by the United SUCes' govern a nasty 'JuydgesFlrstcircuit "
.tIona' mecpt
; lea in the harbor :which beat Emmet Wolfe. -
.mart.......... br UM writwrMwted in Its'' efforts to ascertain the ; against '
., ment Pensacola Second
matter will not .b. tvtunMd .ntaH the structure with unceasing effort and ; circuit, John W. Ma SATURDAY JUNE 8RD' J; :
f f_. cause\ ot the explosion which destroyed 'determined violence.* The weakened lone, Quincy; Third circuitIra J. Carter ;
that vessel more .tban thirteen yean Live Oak Fourth .
circuit R ,
became ; : M. .
pot to .
more susceptible .
e Pat .!.! lln rnrtntflm In, Tlxlimim, fin. .f- ago are multitudinous.One pressure Call. Jacksonville' Fifth circuit W. .. ,
> .. and when. one of thbarg employed 8. ' ,
-of the twenty large caissons Bullock, Ocala '
in the Work bumped against, this ; !Sixth circuit; F. M. tOe
15e Embroideries fttI. -
which form the oval around the
great particular caisson, the split pile Robles Tampa;, Ninth circuit WH.State1 -
Friday Mar 26, 1911 wreck of.the Maine spread open a few gave Price, Marianna tSc... "
way. As soon as this occurreoTTle : Eleventh circuit, L. 2Oc Embroideries,,. at -' ;
since and'has the
day. given men W. Bethel '
heavy column of soft earth containedin Key Weat. .
lOc ,
DAY the work much extra labor and worrv.for.tbe the caisson the weak- Attorneys-Fifth circuit E '
; MEMORIAL reconstruction of the caisson is ened part, spreading pressed It against as the contents W. Pavlsc Ocala; Sixth circuit H. S. 20 yds. American Prints, for l.OO25c of 'oj .
'1 no easy Job. When one considers that ; Eighth circuit. A. ;.
: V. '
- slipped out into the bay. Divers were i .
I the steel used in the constructionof Regular 35c Silks nice variety
; piling at once sent down and their Long Starke; Ninth circuit. c.-1... Wilson ,
.. I .*iU.Be fittingly Observed by total three these feet caissons protruding.are above 75 feet the in surface length; that the steel piling had been report so badly was C. Marianna; -Eleventh circuit. John Regular 25c Pongee, at - r 23c .::

} I G.. A.. R. Post. .. of the bay at high water 35 feet in the pull twisted them that and it would drive be necessary u> Other Gramling.appointments Miami. for judges and Regular 25c French Gingham, at -. 15e -

4'ti tj i "On Sunday; May 28th the post and the water bottom 17 fet of in the the harbor mud which, and 20 covers feetin set, for the up interlocking an joints entirely had been He by
1 ladies of the) G..A/ K. will attend memorial the earth beneath, some idea can be spread which and forced rendered them unfit by the pre It'is upon up to the electorate Gilcbrl of t.Florida All 25c White Goods, at. - 23c "
i service at the Presbyterian sure apart.--
' obtained of the painstaking work required I With the to secure the Initiative and referendum Men2.s 15c Hose at 10c
of this Fancy
church and on May 30th both societies by the undertaking. Add to this I exception one cal addition .."
as an to the
will assemble at their hall at 9 o'clock fact I son the preparatory work is complete, constitution of the 10. off Shoes
the that these'piles come in broken state. The senate this morning 'per cent on ,
the with by
barges the
: and proceed to Rosehill cemetery and I powerful electric .
lengths and have interlocking joints, the I'
I 9\ hold memorial service and decorate the the preciseness with which the work pumps are ready to begin, work liftingthe necessary three 4fths! majority/

l d=ti'. the graves sweet, of blossoms.comrades of and springtime.friends with. must. be done becomes more apparent. and water remove from the the curtain immense of obscurity cofferdam -- passed Mr. West the.providing house joint tor submission resolution by-:. NO GOODS CHARGED, AT THESE :PRICES '

f i Let Be recurrence Memorial Day I The oiling are made of heavy steel I, .which haa concealed the explanation the next regular election: of a constitutional }'

; renew in our hearts that charity which the interlocking joints being Comparable of that calamitious destruction of amendment allowing the initia- Come early: and get the pick of this -., ,
i is one of the great pnnciples of the G.I to the jaws of a pipe wrench or to American live. which proved to be tive and referendum. The bill passed ,
the half-closed hand, with fingers and such a factor in the the house several days-ago. Being in great reduction
A. R., and.restrict not our charity to cogent arousing I. }
, the I living, but extend it also to the thumb bent, the similarity being that militant spirit of the American people the form of a resolution It does not
dead, and if the grave of any who wore the "fingers" clutch into one another in 1898.r i !Have to be signed by the governor but ONE WEEK ONLYAeS.GILBER ',
apd the "thumbs" rest against the I Ibacl 1, will be placed on the ballots used in the I
There several versions
i the gray lies in our path, pass it not by, are of the explosion -
E .i but let us remember that the brave respect ' : of the interlocking fingers. This but the world will never know next election.
i the brave, and reverently lay our makes a-very tight joint the entire' the truth until the wreck of the Maine With the signature of the governor
length &f the pile- and adds erectly' to attached, the Cone uniform text-books
. flowers upon his earthly covering as a is bared for inspection. Perhaps, even I -T
l token that we who once Were enemies the general strength of the caissons, then, the wreck may be in such a man- bill, providing U\at all of the publicschools !
1 are friends. an eeaentialfeature to the successful gled condition, from the two explosions of Florida shall use the same .
1, now issue of the work. There are 160 of text-books, after contracts that have
At 2 o'clock p. m. a program will be which are known to have occurred that !
r rendered in Mrs. Plummer's orange I these piling used in the construction of the matter will still remain in doubt. been entered into under the county system -- ---
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each caisson, each pile being one foot shall have expired, becomes effect-
i the details of which not '
t, are. yet I
groye complete. wide making the completed cylinder, ,7 4' Leon" J. Canova._ ive. The governor signed the measure I its people are-regardless! of resources,
of caisson, 50 fuel -diameter.. They yellterday.attemo n. jits wealth its power.
i" "Under the sod and the dew, appear to be so many great barrels set Telephone Poles Wanted. The senate has passed the house bill il W. C. T. U. I II J i "What is the trouble with this won-
Waiti.ig the judgment day,
up on end surrounding the historic. Sealed bids for 608 cypress poles will providing for an increase in the salaryof derful nation of ours? Something
Under the willow the blue ." '
Under the laurel the wreck. be received by the Osceola Telephone the state comptroller from $2,500 to I wrong -terribly wrong. 7t"i -nelpov. 1 1girty.
'' eray. These caissons are separated by the Company up to July 31at-1911. Polesto $3,500The/ measure also provides that \ Ours. is the richest nation y>n. : I
The Committee. narrow margin of one foot, and into be 30 feet long and to measure 10 the comptroller shall give a bond, much I The |ltst; meeting held at the Chapter .earth.' I It'is not ignorance. The rante

I - -- -- this space at the nearest point of con* inches in diameter 6 feet from butt. larger than the one-provided for under House, May 18th was well attended and I IOC our mental view is higher, broader
J tact, a single; pile was driven after all Poles must be peeled.ant! knots shaved the old law. full of interest.v Several guests were than of any peopk..the world has ever \
Idle Money Stands, for Stagnation. the caissons had been completed. This down. The house has passed the bill by Mr. I seen. Let me come to the truth .at
pile closed the aperature' between the Address all bids, marked "Sealed McLeod providing that local option present A program in which all participated onceit is sfh. Sin that is undermining
if J' -Every cent of money carried in your 'aisaons.' Piles were then driven in the Bids," to the elections shall'not oe held In any.county; consisted l of- short selections, the character of the individual citi-
I pocket or hid around the house, is form of a quarter section of a coaxial Oaceola Telephone Co., in the state more frequently\ than four serious and humorous. The latter occasioning izen and through individual citizenship
money taken out of general circulation circle each of the 2I-tf years apart. The present law allows I the body politic the nation. .
rf' F V -a drop of life blood drained from connecting caisson V Kissimmee, F|.*, the calling of such electiohs after considerable merriment. A ,
with its the of an drnnk-
.. neighbor, apex uar- "Are we becoming a race of
the business and' the Mrs. Morrow and refreshments
body means re- with interval of two- following the paper by i
ter circle being in years
the of
alignment ards? The this republic spend .
tarding, by just that much, of the Notice. I people
} growth of bur town and vicinity. outer edges of the caissons, making previous election of, a, similar character. completed a delightful after- directly for liquors annually two thousand -

Open a check account at this bank- plug-like> or wedge-shaped.'connections Notice i is hereby given that the regular - - - -- noon. million dollars. Why does the l
ft. let'1 r..urplus money stay in circulation between them, on the outer side June teachers examination will be Florida Maps. I National Government tolerate it? Why *. ,

-let it be used in the upbuilding of These "plugs.z" as well .. the caissons held at the Court House on the first Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley "The man,i is the state; his characteris does the government of Washington
VV' 'V. our community means an increased are filled with mud and earth Tuesday after the first Monday in June. Gazette office a pocket of Florida the character of the state. Given a and Jefferson and Lincoln permit.a few ;
.value for all dredged fronhT bottom of the harbor Teachers 'will 'prepare themselveswith map i I thousand liquor barrooms to capitalizethe e
property-yet any part or
will be mailed to any address in the nation of saloonkeepers and the nation
t'.f :l : all of your money will be ready for thus forming a steel incased wall pen, ink and. legal can. >!aper, and United State. We can also furnish i appetites, the passions, aye, the
your use at any time you want It. of- earth about sixty-nine spans, or the regular one dollar fee for'examina- of Osceola county at $1 each and i is a-drunkard. Given a nation of gam- sins of the people to make money of ItT '
22-lt State Bank of Kissimmee. fifty-two feet high; fifty feet broad and tion. mars glad to estimate on sectional blers and the nation as a whole becomes 'The answer is simple and direct: The
-- ---- more than a thousand feet in length, Examinations will begin promptly at of kind. maps the embodiment of this passion. Given,j Government revenue IS $215,000,000 out
\ .' ; built around the wreck-.oon to be baredto 9.. m. any - - ---,---" a nation of libertines and prostitutesand of iRe untold millions reaped from.the
i* o' Miss Grace Jolly is visiting relatives the sight of mart 'and the secret, W. J.. Sears, Old newspapers for sale at-this office I the nation Itself l is a mammoth 'wreck of her children."-Seabornt
t at Miami. ---- hidden for thirteen years in the waters I 22-2t Superintendent. 20 cent. a hundred I monster of lust. The nation is what I Wright.

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ii : We Find We Have Extra Heavy Stock That Must Be Reduced TO Make Room.For. FalfGoods "'. ;- .


V Before Purchasing Don't Fail To Call On Us For Prices. !V;

&'' Many Goods Not Listed Below '.:

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\ TABLE GLASSES One style 6nly.
I YELLOW PINE Green; painted; all sizes, well made 4 Light 12 x 24 .95 Per Doz . 31 C t"t i .
2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8-11 thick . . . 1.25 Black Screen. . . .$1.00 .. 12 x28 . . 1.00 .
;y' 2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8-11 thick. 1.85' .. TOILET SET 10 piece, gold trimmed. R
2 9 5
Black Frame, one inch thick. Extra .. 12 x 30 1.10 Worth $4.00 . RI
$ 14 x28 1.20
Brac..-Fna( : mesh black wire .
2-646-6 and 2-8x6-8-1 thick .1 60' 15-x 30' ... . . . 1.40 2 .I
. 'j.,. 2-6x6-6 k' 1:65: Natural Finish one and one- eighth inches thick. .. 16 x 32 . . .I:50: JELLY GLASSES Per Doz / c 1 is(,

i STORE DOORS 6-Ox7-0-U . . . 10,00, pro No. 16 gauge Galvanized wire. All $1.50 WASH BOWL and PITCHER . . 78c"r;
"f '.. -J joints mortised. Extra fine 2 Light 24 x 24 ; 1.00 tf
6 24 x 26 VV . ;;. ,94C
1 Most Complete Line ofBUILDERS' :: 24x 28 . 1.10 (large) "

r HARDWARE WINDOW SCREENS :: 24 x 30 : : : : : : : : . 1.20 41c: i ,
24x 32 . . 1.25 WHITE DINNER PLATES-set of 6 . .
to be had ia town. Call and Adjustable-But Flies can't get in .. 26 x 3030x . . . . . ... 1.30 -
9 so'd look it over and jet price before b1lY DC. Any sizs. . . .39c 30 ... . . . 1.60. .WHITE CUPS and SAUCERS-set ot 6 43c '
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u :,j The building known a* the Old Opera House U to be fORN DOWN and we offer the ENTIRE STOCK of Furniture, Iron ant Bras Beds, Chairs, ,Sideboards Table, Stove, Etc at .J

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p Paint In 1 Gallon Can*. .". .. ? . . . . . . $1.60 SCHRAM AUTOMATIC SEALING
1'Q : PiTTSBCRO PERFECT FENCE-THE BEST 3d FinePrice by Keg only 13.00 A O
s Paint in 6 Gallon Kegs, per gal . .. . . 1.40 3d Shingle .. .. ., 2.96 Pint Jars, per dos C ,e
$1.00 Brush Free With. Gallons Paint. 24 inch high! 'Stay* 6 in. apart per rod .2114: .. 't .. 2.80'
,r every .r ., 4d Common.
O. 86 6 ? .261 .. .. .. ..
'.' WE. GUARANTEE THIS PAINT 46.. .. .. 6.. ",. .... .271; 6d 7d" .. .. .. -_ 2.2.70 70 MATTING, per yard! , . . . .19C '.
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l' 52 .811 8d" ? 2.60 FLQWER POTS ALL SIZES AT COST '
We have 60 Gallon Garfield Paint 1011. REFRIGERATORS AX: COST

t; I'' / w to close, out, per gallon ', .. .. 7OC 30 inch.. high.. if 6 in... apart II v ported" *: 12d" 't ? .?. -- 1 I

i}1'y, 11 f; SO.39. .. .. ... 12 12 .. .. .. .211.26 20d and. I larger 2.60 3 REGULAR 50 CENT BROOMS for. . 1 .00 ." ,
d I VARNISHES 18 inch high 2 inch mesh par roll 1.00.Heavy Wire80 rod Spools. . : . . . 2.25 LINOLEUM, per square yard . . . ,50c
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.f'' 48 ; .. 2.65a STEP LADDERS .
25 No
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) !, ", CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS PRICE 160 linear feet iiuroll. at Prices that are'right aKISSIMMEE



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i. '. THe Kfeslmmee Valley GazetteEVERT A flfteeloKent"''want'edi* In th.\ :. ,Mrs '.H. 'M. 'Spann; .entertaJned the Mr.,'R. H.'Cheney- manager' of .the -. I . '. :

.--- ,- '''- '' --'r-- .. 'Iay Cas.tteawaa: : the means of,.selling/ ..mbr of- the- '-Ame 1caat Cash.:Hardware' Store.'qa Tuesdayrevcelved .. -. - ,
.,I ';:.,. ,T.LPHON. four thouuhd C of land, Itwill''do ..a r ,
-acre ttact Woman'a League last Saturday after the sad *,. by wiry that kit '
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the eame for,you.Mr. . noon. Refreshments consisting: of brother, G.- Mv Cheney ,had died' atFrsnkllnviU. \ . ,.: .. .,;,
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,. UBI.ISHE-b FRIDAY, C., E. Patrick, whohas been visiting punch, and cake were served. ./ N. Y" Deceased :iris a SA'LE"IS I i .. ,
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W.'B.MARPIIq.rr. .. biz brother,:W. H. Patrick here Little Miss Margaret tee, daughterof to our city about a'yearjigo' and

f .. : - t ; Tor a week returned to ,his home at Mr.. and Mrs J. M. Lee.entertaineda in the ]short time 1*>e 'spent among us :
; it matllla Wednesday ..: : ", number mad. many friend who will deeply.. ; 'ON\
'! on of her, friend and playmates : STILL
gret to hear of his death. "
In honor of her eighth birthday ye.terday , 0.
The American Woman's Le.p..m .> ..
,,". : Weather Report Sold their annual election af officer on afternoon., Mr. John M. )Lee'returned?on Saturday ... ..1
Monday, June 6th.: AU members_art The LaymehV t Meeting will bi held from Sutherland\ where heWent, to ":. '

f Following'are the daily temperatures -x. be present. at the Baptist'church l next* Sunday afternoon attend a meeting of the board of' true- , .' \

=j 'II and precipitation: aa. re.Ra *j Cv Whdtthorn of Vallejo, at S o'clock. These services tees of Sutherland College of which he , '" .; .' ., .
' are Interesting and all who attend lid member a* well. a member of the -: If ,ANYTHING ia 0 HARD '
I reported by the Government Cat.. ved in the city Saturday porn very 1M CM MM >e ,

1".1- station at KIsslmmee for then big for art-extended visit with her fat consider the. hoar 'profitably' spent.; All college finance I.!committee.In.a most: .Mr.flourishing Lee ".says condition the- \ WARE LINE It will pay 7 .,W get price from ... -... ,
"; men and boys are cordially Invited.
y weekending/ May 26 1911. they Mt...S./ .Triplett. both Ckuu and Crockery 'Store :
,at to finances and number of Rmft, Matting;

:: m MAX Mm. SUUN Miss Christie stepdaughter of Hon. Mr. Frank E. FouU.who moved to pupils, there being over three hundred) Pictures, Sask;lad: n uvan.___ ,. Scree ,Doors aid f .' '-,
Friday, : . 86 ,67 .20 EX L. D. OV4ratvt! ft yesterday for ,our Mlc 'city.; has recently l located a from homestead-Howard not City far I in attendance! upon: the term just closed. 'Windowi,Refrigerators, Fcnciaf. ,eRc.t ,are nee" ',.' ; r,.

Saturday ...,.. 90 65 ... ,Conway,Springs Kan., where' ahe sill from Orlando, in Orange -county. He Mr ,,Jo'hn M. Lee of Kissimmee Is tike leading barf alas.; ,"
r' '. ... . 86O *.\& spend the summer with her gtluidmoth-; ,
Sund )r. will take up his residence on' it sometime pending several days i irt l Tampa and is : .. We alter buiaess. 'Gooe1 '
er, returning! here in the fall. i are your good"food *, .
: Monday . . . 88 72 ..65Tuesday. during the Bummer and begin putting a guest of the DeSoto.; KIsslmmee has rfl

.. .. 90 67 ..43Wednesday. Mrs G.. B. Woodall, of ter a week the ground in shape for planting a become'a' model In' a moral way, even service, iiPt'price;,aad a pletsaat '. .

.; . . 89 68 . pleasantly spentwith relative.. and citrus grove this winter M the Sunday law being rigidly en" event t.f et'Put of it at least. I

'Thursday .. l' 91 64 .10 friends in the city returned on Tuesday Mr. KatE forced and the' municipal government l '
-Edgar has arrived home _
to her home near N ..... ,
: areooe. winks at nothing as far as the outsider '
from the. Missouri School lof Mines at
The Rev. David D. ,Kldd will hold can see, that would ,detract from the "
Rolla; Mo.. to spend the summer vacation -
services in the Episcopal church 'on standing of the town in this sense.
with his >*rents. 'He states that '

Sunday next. Morning prayer the his brother Howifrd will.not come home Tampa. Tribune., fi J : THE .CASH HARDWARE STORE "

'Fi litany and sermon at 11 o'clock. this summer as he will be engaged in Dr. W, L. Winn of Kissimmee is in : ,

Mr. J. MoPhatter Informs the.Valley some special work connected with his the city and,I. registered at the DeSoto.' ., CITIZENS BANK, RJJUDINO./ *. luss MMEE, FLORIDA .'

Gazette that he will shortly begin the duties in mining engineerini He is great booster'of that section I ., it

erection the site and the be I l*. Biggttt frv tmi tht BEST i iI
of a new building on Mrs. Mary A. Slaymaker; who has reports country to on a great Not I
The Board of Trade meet Monday of the one burned two weeks ago, spent the winter in the city withibe boom. Last winter Klssimmee built I an

night. Mr. Smith who moved to Kissimmee family of her son-in-law Mr. A. S. Nelson something over 170 new residences and u
stiU I there is hardly a chance for the -
I left'yesterday for her home at
some months from the North '
.. Mrss Mira Donovan of Tampa visiting ago handsome Wichita, Kan. Her son, Mr. E. W. I newcomer to rent a' house while he I is Mr. Geo. Reed of McDonald,-Pa., U Mr. Richard R. HamHton of New

>.. thVf ajnily of Dr. A. B. Jarrell.A the Bass Addition a North Kiisimmee bungalowIn ;' Slaymaker who is sheriff .of Harvey preparmghis own for occupancy. The spending the week in the city investigating ! York city being connected with the

leading hotelof the town add- the opportunities to a law,.firm of Austin B. Fleftcher 'at 65 '
want ad.Jn the Valley Gazette always Into which he will move next week county Kansas accompanied her home recently open
brings results. having' a week ago for that ed forty roomsHp Its former once ade- homeseeker and -on Tuesday was the Broadway la in the city spending hi.

Mr. J. Starr Anderson of the Semi. ,. quate space and now' there are nights guest of Mt, J. McPhatter" a trip to annual vacation. Mr. Hamilton ,was
Mr. G, F. Jones of St..Cloud
spent nole Land and Investment Co.. St. when people have to bfe laced on cots.- Kissimmee Park where he had, the here about a year ago when he purchased rr

Tuesday in the city transacting business. Cloud, was a guest of Dr. L. E. Liver. The New. would also express congratulations Tampa Tribune. pleasure of "filling' up" on aa fine a tract of raw land In KlsIm-< .

more and family over the week end.. towards W. B.; Crawford watermelons as ever grew and viewingsome mee Park through Mr. J. E. Mattock, 1

Attend! ,the meeting of the Board at Mr. W. B. Crawford and bride arrived late of the Pensacola Evening News' Training received in the\ |iland) of the best grapefruit and orange which he had cleared and planted in

Trade Monday: night _It JW' .in Friday.night! and are at He too, has married a yife and gone School Pittsburg, enabled Miss an groves as can be found anywhere. Mr. 'grapefruit tree, and he is now enjoying '1.

good. .' home to their friends;! at the residenceof on an extended" wedding tour. He will Thomas, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reed says that of all the places he has the pleasing sight of seeing.every ,;

Mr. Henry T. Bases, made a I business; Mrs. C. V. Bearden on Emmet street return later to member Kissimmee of where he law is E. Thomas, who moved from Pittsburg visited, none can he named In the same tree growing splendidly and proml.inl\, :i ,;
the junior a leading to Klsslmmee City Fla. in section
January classes the Immediately sur- an abundant yield in two years' trial.
trip to Tampa Monday returning the Mr. W. F. Paddon manager of the firm, and is fast making fame and for 1910 to capture the distinction of being roundingN issimm.,.. ,'t"//

day following.. Pioneer Plumbing Shop, was called to tune.-DeSoto, County News. the best speller In the state In the annual Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Livermore-' ; who ,'e- ,' '\.
Miss Marion Sargent left yesterday Jessup Ga., on Friday last by telegram Agent G. F. Parker informs the Val- 'contest held in Tallahassee. Miss Mr. F. S. Gilbert of Kiselrmee arrived spent the winter In Kissimmee at lit.d

; tot a visit to relative. and.friends at announcing the serious illness of his ley Gazette that the A. C. L. is making Thomas, an attractive little maid just in the city -evening and residency of Captain Francis on Emmet s, ,1''
tit- Avon Park. wife. arrangements to lay passing trackof past her sixteenth year, representedthe registered at the Marlboro hotel.. 'Mr. street, left Wednesday for 'their,home ,i ;.

Judge G. F. Parker and daughter We have been asked; to grant a valuable sixty cars capacity and a storage Osceola.High School of Kisaimmee Gilbert Is.a great boost 0 t f at Lebanon ,Conn., bat their daughter f; t 1,.

Helen, spent Wednesday in Orlando franchise to a private corporation track of forty cars capacity in the yardsat City when she carried off the $100 in tlon and speaks entertainingly" why Miss Florence Ely will rfeiqaln throughout !'

with relatives. Go to the Board of Trade meeting Monday this point, which will greatly facili- gold and the Holloway gold medal the people who visit Florida bearoHfae the summer. This IsHvermore'e Mra. 1. k. J ,

night and express your views upon tate the work of handling the Immense offered by State Superintendent of Pub- wonderful products of Kissimmee Valley second winter spent In] .

s- Col. P. A. Vans Agnew spent a few the subject *' amount of freight now coming in and lic Instruction Holloway for the best farms. It I cal the center of a thoroughly .,!ln Bne, and they declare that nowhere.

days in Jacksonville this, week attending going out of this station spelling. Beforeentering the state interesting farming section, else havie they found so perfect a eli::

to legal. matters. As soon as the necessary; repairs can contest she outspelled the 600 studentsin where,! 'the farmers,vie with each other mate or a more hospitable people' although -' '[0 .

Captain Henry O'Neal of Rosalie be made, the Vans Agnew brothers, In our report last week of the Methodist her hpme town in Florida.. .Almost as to which can bring from the soil the they hsTve. traveled in .almost ,
will the house in South Kissim District Conference held at Bow very state east ofMhe Mississippi riv- a''
spent a couple of day. in the city this occupy every school .the state was represented largest vegetable of any given varietyor *", ,4
will here .
return in the
mee, lately vacated by Mr. A. S. Nel ling Green, we stated that the sessionswere er. They fall l lpermwtjy
week transacting business. at Tallahassee.-Pittsburg (Pa.) the greatest yield per acre.-Tampa when it is probable they will remain
son-and family. presided over by Bishop HOBS, Gazette Times.1 Tribune. .
Mr. J. W. Squires cashier of the when we should have stated that Presiding
Mrs. C. D. Edick wife of the late C.
First National Bank of St. loud, was Elder Lawler filled that position. ,
D. Flack left Wednesday for Mexico,
e.f'a, visitor to our city on Tuesday..... Bishop Hoes will preside at the confer- .
N. Y./where she will reside in future, :
,- Miss Mary Lee Oliver left,Tuesday that being her home prior to coming ence to be held at Gainesville' in De- : : a

for Lakeland to enter the Summer cember.
<< here early last fsll. -

Training School for Teachers.Mr Out of deference to the meeting held '
If you have anything to sell, if you

Clinton .Branson*re turned yesterday want anything if you've lost anythingor Monday' .night in the Christian church,, IRISH POTATOES :

from Orlando, where -he has .been found anything a classified ad in the the-Board of Trade adjourned Ita regu-
: lar meeting until next Monday'night ,
for the several month.
r living past Valley Gazette is the place for you to
: '. when it Is hoped that as many as can
l Mr.. J.. W. Wilder who attended the tell theX&blic about It. \ .
find it convenient will .attend matters ,
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\ :Southern Baptist Convention at Jacksonville Last Tuesday was the occasion of a of extreme'' importance to the continued , ""J.. ',' ", "'IJ""1'J" -'''''' ,. ""' (
I returned home on -Saturday. for the American Woman' i 7. ;"b} t ,"' ; ; The Vegetable MY t1 j '
; "Rally: Day" prosperity of our city will be discussed ",,.: I } ';" ,. 't , ({, ,
League. The amount of subscriptionspaid 'j\' i" ; I ,"
, !\' Mr.. T. A. Green of Pavo Ga, spent ) 1"r''f.\ : thatls .J\' ...;,.",

k W"'!' a few .days in this city the past week in was more than had been antici- Mr.: G: H. Baker of Omaha, Neb, _\ p -rr"" ... ."
his mother Mrs. M. F-Sears- pated making it a great Success.
L visiting spent yesterday in this,city prospectingfor ' .

Don't'you know this is the fever season. Mr. Guy Gardner returned to the a location for a home, and was so MakingKissimmee

Fletcher's Tonic 'is guaranteed to pre- city Tuesday night, after a month well pleased that he purchased: a tract .

vent or cure. KiesimmeeDrvgCo. 22-13t pleasantly spent with relatives and of land in Kissimmee Park. He visited - ,

Friends in Georgia.; the Gazette office before leaving and i
Mr. J. D. Jeffords has purchased the

bungalow of Dr. P. G." White; but Mr: Henry Funk, son of Rev. W. H.: ordered the paper, for a' year, stating Park : ;
that he had been reading with a great
what disposition he will make of it is Funk, arrived in the city yesterdayfrom .
deal of pleasure for the past several
not known. Sutherland' and will remain during -
weeks.: Mr.- Baker will move his family .
Senator W. H. Lynn, president of the school vacation he being, a studentat here this fall. .

Seminole Land and Investment Co., arrived Sutherland College. '
, Miss Mamie Taylor daughter ,tof Mr. Famous : -
"" in the city Wednesday night from Messrs. E. L. Lesley, Geo.:T. Single- ,
,b and Mrs. B. G. Taylor who have been i
Washington, D. C. tary and ;Ed Donegan left Wednesdayfor '!xl
in this city about three weeks from ,J' ,
French Lick Springs, Ind. where
Mr. W. L. Harris, of Charleston, S. New York, died Friday at the residenceof t , ",
about '
will three week. .
they spend . .
C., has been spending the week lit the Mr. A. H. Spelr where they occupied I
drinking the health-giving waters and if
city the gueat of his brother" W. B. enjoying the pleasures tf this famous rooms. The burial took place Sat- .:: ,:;;;: ,' ,- -- ,

Harris, of the Gazette. urday, Rev. W. H. Funk officiating: ,
resort. If ?s
Deceased was only 16 years of age and

Mrt. Cline, who hajs, spent the winter Mr. C. W. Fleming, who has been had been afflicted with spin!aJ trouble ) j

with her daughter Mrs. S. H. Bullock confined to his bed for the put two for some time.

left she will Tuesday for Philadelphia before, where weeks suffering from stomach trouble' \ Mr. S.-H. Oliver and wife of Lafayette With :
remain a short time returning has so far recovered as to be out again; : the combination of frost protection ; .
to her home in England. Ala came down on the excursion .
and paid the Valley Gazette a most
; from that section last week, spent a .
Miss Phyllis Jarrell, one of our High I pleasant callCrTMj day.e couple of days here with Mr. J. W. and adaptability of soil fancy prices' are as ,

School graduates, is attending th It costs only five cents a line for yogi Oliver and family. Mr. Oliver workedon -Av'. ; ,

P commencement exercises of'the State I to tell our thousands of readers through the Gazette for a short time some sured. -
t Gainesville this week .
University at the "want column" what! you haye to years ago but is .now editor and publisher '
where her brother Lee, is a student.Mr. sell and those who have tried it say it of one of the leading weekly pa- : ,
I Five acres in will make
Lembecht, one of the enterpns-- is the best and cheapest form of advertising pers of Alabama. potatoes you a. .

: ig residents of Kissfmniee Park, is I they ever employed. -
R. Canova Will Gilbert
Messrs. G. and "'
_>ending the week in the city fortlhepurpo. Rev. Bunyan Stephens* pastor of tree i have purchased 'handsome steel good living and some money besides, while ten

.. of exercising his magnificentrace church and who from.Mr. William )
local Baptist was a launch Krape of Run- ,

horse which has a record of 2:16ATTENTION: delegate to the Southern" Baptist' Convention nymede, which they will place on Lake acres should give you quite a neat little:income,. .'

r, f.r .. held in Jacksonville last week Tohopekallga and use for hunting along +

returned to the city on Monday, and the lower water route during the win-

'1 will fill his pulpit on Sunday. ter and for fishing in ,the lakes and canals -
" Messrs. J. A. Barclay' and J. M. during the summer. t tC +

Hirsch.. who have spent some lime ip / The Kissimmee Valley- Gazette i. . ht.
this Section investigating conditions, returned urging the.Osceola county commissioners e G

to this Monday to theiv-, home at Sioux: to change their decision regardingthe fi ,;
'/ City Iowa but will be with us as per- county jail and instead of making I Lt. .

BIG BARGAIN manent residents thie'fsU.yMr. repairs as suggested build a new j.n.1 I" 1

... Am over supplied and will sacrifice The Gazette says that the old jail cannot -' ,. '
J. M. Johnston will leave Mon. t
at a bargain for cash, ore be remodeled advantageouslyandttt
' Will make any trade for land day for Gainesville to attend the com- and' ' patch up tale old place Kissimmee ley Company .
horses exercisesrof the State ur .
; or cattle for the following: mencement \)- ,
will not be satisfactory In.jails, as in ,
tai which institution of learning
2 Brand New 4-eyl. Rees versity all other public buildings, modern ideas /0-- ... ----------------------------------4--------; \ y c. ,a.
his brother R. Johnston a mem
1 cyl. Reo should be used and efforts made :'to J. E. MATTOCKS VJce Pres..& Manner ,
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ber of the ing .. ,, J
pleased have.them safe, sanitary and sufficient ." : "
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We are to announce that the dimensions, to handle the prisoner ,'

r little son of John L. Overstreet. who held.there without discomfort and In : \.. KISSIMMEE .: .'- "' FL.ORIDA ., ''DI ..- -

Come first,and make your choice. has been dangerously ill 'for the past conformity with 'the beat usages. The::1' . .

ten days, is greatly Impl'Oved-and unless -, Gazette I.1 recognized 'as a progressive I : = _.........:- ,-- -, : ._ _

complications set in, the little fellow newspaperan.djts/ _.suggestionB i:advice *! '.1 .r.".- =.-. -" 'r o' + I .i

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.; oordlnc; to the'plat rirordMl' . NEW. JERSEY TOWN TO BUILD""
; .. Legal Advertisements, the County of. OItoeola and ate M of ..FloridaTerma USE OF ; *- -DON'TJAIt- Bakery Man
of _I.. ea.'". 'F MAKING .
..i Dated at Kl..lmmee; Florida, thll Slot day A MARKET. TO DRAWSTORES, '
of April A p, 10U.. ...._ .U ; ... .
-Notice'of Electioru. ,, Arthur RTIione: ..|'. 'J' .- .. .Take. 'hpportonIt!- Ttolthank
"' Special, Matter In Chaucer, i Tilt:. Itdvautsg; of.:.j:: Kmsltrime. '
: for
MaeeoaMlanee.. with uch OMmad. peopi"of ttna'> city
: Van..A Tad .
provided it to hereby announced aiwj. 4eelarei Citizen's Experi.vct'B.fore and would ;:
that an election will be held at Nareoaaaee, It olio1torspeOompha1oaUt. .. but No Built ..s.'There .. their liberal .patronage :J
N_i : :_ t It's Too Late. .
Special Tax School District Oeoeola Count \ also .take this mean* to say that
#. )'..,on Monday.. :ifltth da> of May A. D. IIIIl, tit !dl 1// ;11
_ _ to determine who shall. aerve .. Truateee o( th..i..M ., 'Notice of Publication. TI inhabitants our limited "facilities for making: 4 r..
re-8,000 of.GI.n .
Special Tax School IMatriet Mo. t f two next ef ter _lei election and to Si Department of the Interior, U.'*J Land OfficeslGalnesvijlsrla. s but there \ J, business begins to ace goods "%prevent (for awhile-) our '
; rear .. ".7'.1111' -- Getting g Full Returns, on a Bit- JUdge, N; JM ls no Don't wait until backache becomes(
the number of mllle ef Diatrlcl School Tax tbaieried > : of the
section" delirery to all parts! ;
for each of ealiftwe year* .., .>lotl.. nVrebr riven that William Moore. la tbe -town ae' most chronic; ( general
M. D.TI............. W. Hili a.." A": LSO1I.. 01 Whlt. .... rioridaTwho.' on JH.. I. 1 1IO.d.Hom..ktUI of tbe residents 'are commuters: and ,Till serious kidney troubles city. Quality and variety will be ,
.neater*and Mr... E...... Clerk Entry Serial No, OU7J4 for Lo"4 : ; lion Dollar t l Investment; develop' ; '
Done br order of the Hoard ot'Tublle lutrap.clou. and $. Section It, Town.hlp 81 UooUi. Kan at( spend their days In New York.This 'Till urinary troubles destroy rrighrsrest. .maintained'always! -Our nice i

Oeeeula County Florida Ihle"! ':2nd d r'ol Earn Merldl i.tia* dud. notloi condition! Is often Jnconrerftent, and -
i' of Intention"o make final 1I..r proof. to :
: Attest'N.yflU.: .. W. O. OAS8. 0...(.SKALJ.......... eetabllahclaim to the land above described so" the resIdents bare taken steps! to a Klealmmeecitlzen'a. experience. HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS -
before the Clerk of the Olrcalk. 'Court: .. KI|_ totheir1 .-
Village.Tbe .
W. J. SEARS. SuperinUndeaj JM) (' bring stores :
4 .. : almmee, Florida, on the lath day of June' lull AGITATION" COUNTRY WIDE. Z. W. :Baas/ contractor and builder Also iyT BREAD ,,
: Claimant n-amca ae witnesses. : town 'has decided to erect a
-, .' Randolph Vouan, of U blttler. FKnrldaJFrank 1 Clyde avenue and Hughey .treet, TCisstonmee. '
commodious market In a central loca. and afternoons '
Order of Publication Tumbiln, of Whlttler. Florida. Fla., lays: "I do not hesitate will be ready mornings .
'i' ,' r '. Joseph II ttralncer.of Whlttler, Florida tion nt Bloomflpld avenue and U" to recommend D ana Kidney pill., for and a nice variety of PIES r

In-the In elrcultOour4of Chancery. Heenrtt Oioeola Inreetmeol County, Florida Com.l Elmer K. Balrr WhKUer Henry Florid.b. Chubb. Many jCdmmunltlei Now Getting Fiffl street The building will be o( they did me mord: good than any other and"CAKE-Parties and Wedding. .4 I

>any, a OorJ>bratl .. 'Complainant, n. The Rerlater. Uee of School Buildings, Which red brick with a red tile roof. There remedy I ever used. My back was so I
; Florida Southern Company a Corporation will be six! stores on tbe /ground floor lame that I could hardly get around a specialty. 1: '.,,"

: Brown Frank.%niiaIt J. ( Brown.: j.on.oiatnIn Tnutee andFrank an f Should B. 'the Local Pintof Educational with offices for the borough officials and it was impossible for mi "tiTstoop ;
Q. *
Jnte.....'In JJie property described In thl bill An Ordinance.An Political"and Aolal'Llf...: an4 tho! council chamber on the second or lift: I had pains in my loins and was A.SMITH3.
complaint Detendanta.To bothered- by a too frequent desire to
floor. Each of the- store will be 2i! .
the Florida Southern Kallroid CompanyGreeting Ordinance granting certain rights and The school plant of America Is valued the kidney secretions. Doan's
-; privileges. to the Ooceola Telephone DARLINGTON
TUla cauae. oomina on to be hoaad upon die a oorporaUon oreanised' 'and ousting Company under the at 1000000000. It .lies Idle 01 Kidney Pills, which I procured at the - -- - -
motion of the complainant for an orderof nublirallou law of the 'State of Florida.He per cent of the available time whenit et_p Kissiramee Drug Co., soon removed my
for aerTlce on thedefendaul.The FlorIda It Ordeiufd. 1 b/ the "tonGcllof the City of 1 trouble, and I now have no cause for
toiitliern Railroad Cum I'.u..., a corporation Kfaulmiiiee : Is used only for day scuool pur.. NICE CITY HOME FOR SALE :
under the law sot the tote. of Florida; and It Section I The City. of Ktnalnineo' hereby complaint. -(Statement given May 21, \ ,
%' appearing that the Security Investment Com.pany. grants unto Hie Uaocola Telophone Company .a poses'. Assuming that tb6 full use'of 1908.) -"--'-- 1
the Complainant, baa t Inallluled euit and corporation organize. i and l uud thoI.
ezising r Re-endorsement-Mr.. Bags interviewed
this is was -
: worth to the
) - fetal It* bill. of sroniplaint In thr Circuit Court I.%.. of tbe Stau of Florida and I... auooenor property community r ---.1 Cor. Verona treet: and Orange -
Of Unorola County. Florida, agalnat The Florida aud assigns. tbe right, prtvUeBe, concession C per cent upon the Investment, its on February 22'; 1811] and he lot 7O 140.6room .
Southern Kailroad Company, a corporatlo i. and fraauhlia of twuibUHhlUK. lmstsUlnand said: "I willingly confirm my former endorsement avenue '-
Frank Q, hrowD1'Mutee.. Frank Q Brow n ...111// vratltiK Drat class dK'f.'il telaphono aya'tni employment for day Instruction only of Doan's Kidney Pills ant' cottage, stable and
all persons. claiming latcrvat 'In tie prilart *.. throughout the Ciiy'of ; all its would involve a'o annual waste In the allow its continued This
In the .Id bill of.ompl.lllt deaorllw-d, lU. streets. alley and highways, with prlrileKe of publication. chicke.h. house. Price 1800
name and realdeuoe of whom are to the com ohaf'Blng:: toll, renip amid' nirei for the use oflaidtelephone United States[ of $30.DOOOOU, says Clar remedy has certainly proven of the i remain mortgage.HARRYS. .
'J i\ plalnaut unknown for the purpnee of remov ; iiyatnin and I It* inurumenta.a greatest benefitto me. can on
I 1 Inithecloudi I' upon the title of the complain :'i That tho aald Oweala Telephone ence A. Perry In the Survey. For
sale all Owner
ant to the land deacrlbmd In thin >..Id bill j and Company. I It. auceeanor and .....11.... Khali by dealers. Price 60 cts. THUBMAN
: It appearing further that a mibK| >ena oa* duly charge for the ...e. rent and hire of telephones As was said recently, "most of us no Fodter-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y., ole THE GIlAYSTDIE' KISSIMHEE, fLORIDA
.....e.J out of toe .Id Court directed the de operated 'o'f" Nyalum. and within the limits more appreciate what It means to have agents for the United States. .g
fondant The Florida !Southern Kallroail Company ol the Olty K lHimin, the *nm of not more Remember the
<. ... prayed in aald bill. end that the aI.l> tban <)... amid. One half Dollar ($1 Ml// per these possessions than the people of [JameDoan'sandtake
i subpoena war placed/In/' the hand of the'b"rlll mouth loFirtwlilunae, tulephonee.arid not more no other. for sale at this office.:
.! ,.I of mid Ooeol*County:; and/by auld HlinriD returned than Two and One. hall Dollar: ($ Europe before 1402 appreciated what 4 Od( papers -
becauae: UuuHlne cGfflii not l Up erved, month for bulieiA telnphoaua. and .hali/ur. It mount to hare the earth. There I -- --- - -
owing the failure of the wild corporation to ouh0 thi' ('It>' of KlMitnmee all inch lob.. '-I Iir
elect any officer or appoint any axe-nta and, plume a* ..*,lil Qity. shall ....a,r.j for the tranaaftlon was a wbole hemisphere of liKUlouln-: :
.: further. -beotfnae the only known, plfloers and, of Ito puhlic hUHtneNfc" wltluiil t barge : 7)IfJPEiheFilRP
_Dt.-9f the said corporations-have 'hevn abaeat 8 H>. H. That tho right sod prlvtleRua' hereby ble wealth and opportunity about uiiisc :1--: c--

; from'tho lUre of Florida for more than Kreiit"l shall: tic In force and .ch for-the i Which they knew nothing. And in the :
alx (*) month continuously! before the issuing term and (,ivrlud of Thirty. Yearn from ,., dale .cii I
of' th. said writ. ordluanre spec .Into efTerl ; provided that "school plant there Is a whole hem-
la ) .u.Ijudgod time raid Telfplione System Hhall l>o InHtalledn I ,
.tf'r.: ; t.ll el1.n
lephero of? value unreuilzrd undiscovered -:
tho he Florida Southern l In operation wlthiu all inontnji from the
Railroad a corporation, or,' nixtd and. e.xleUng ,ittle; of thin r rannhlMC.: In default: of which': the I by those who think of It as simply
: 1 under the law of the btat of Florida r.lic-lilsc htTcby KrauiuJ hlmll .Ixi. forf..hed.or" I ; __ \ .
i l it ), required 1 to appear to the 4. That, Htthu expiration or lea yeart, I a building for the education of children -! k -'e_
::1/11::; c'.I:: . hl of the\Huourllv. Invent soy; time thor-after, the CII.of Klunlmmuvhall ; I with the added use of an occuslounl I Ir
mcnt Company and defend .h" ... ...It..f the have the right to urcbae Ibo .
_ _ COlUplal..ut. at the office of thin Clerk <.f the y tm luatallol. under thin grant Tel""ho..1 evening school.! I ., .
Circuit Court of said OM'eola County. Florida. the prt.peny utt..d 1 h> It in the ..porati..n I r paid The school building should be the '" .. .. .
at Klenlminee, Florida" nn Monday tboMh day tephone" HyHteni wlihiu the liinlt of Hie City .. I
-I ofJunA. I). IVI1; and that this order be pub.a.liahrnJmnne of -KlMBlminee.: *n well at all 1 'Other protiert: capltol of the neighborhood the focal I .-, ; : -
- a week for thom ip.ce of two (PI) lined under, or'I In couneftlou with) said Fratl-: point of exlucntlonnl recreation political '
:hi prior to the eatd fith day of Juue. A b.1 elites or rl"bl..t its commnrrlHl Vrilui). to be .
m-41 1.1" the Klnalmm Valley UatetUt. a weeklynewapaper "agreed UIM n. by the "partlc,. at intercut or In und social life. Its Importance I ''f..I* '<>"1
at ".....circulation publlHhod lu Oslo of failure. to ."r..1' a vnhiMtloil to be as a Phuletfo! I the development. of Intelligent I I
,{ sid uiceola County< Florida. fixed by arbitration of three dlfdnlereitcd pat .
-. l>onje and ordered at Miami in the I'ullnly..f lii's |.oiiit d by wnch'r.rtJJ and 1 the' third public spirit through the free I [Courtesy .American Vlt).. New York.]
"o :
Dade, and Htate of Florida" tliln the 11th day of by J'I other two ,, ll puroliaae diSelIbrhIi of fundamental .
public questions Is -
1 3 March A.O. 1911. jynald City' shall optr.'atuaM a enoc..u.. .. ..l, MEW MARKET AT OI.BM 1UIXJK:
l-Vl MINOR.8 JON!!!!. Judge. this ll'iuohiaO.hoc. for those who fire opening our -

-- - -- --- -.- b. All Ordinance. ; or parts of Ordinan, schoolhouses for the largest public by 411 feel, and nil will he offered nl -
sOres in conflict herewith be cud the name ;t

? Order of re Read, hereby the rppe first,,led..ud .aecoud time and unanlmoUHly service are simply carrying" ; ati the trndltlpus :' a rcimtat-I Itilt will 1 Induce uif rrhiiutthto! - # 'J 1r 1,. '0 J..
I them.
_ i la tht' rireult Court of the Seventh Judicial pRe.o.l, open *...Hlon llili I moth mla. of ; of freedom. 'occupy ( and t
ClrCWl.' lu and for Oceol County. 1<1... of May, A 1): l I/n Back In the eighties it wiXB. custom This plan will cilery out nil Idea / HEALTH peace i

Florida. In Chancery K. l-anion" rom- W, B MAK1S.SON.; 1111'1 to turn the schoolhouso over to often siiKnested but up'r extensively &, to bring. f
Krn V. Alex 'Prealdcnt of 'ouuciU .
Ta F. C. Tbompaon "*t I
:J'DIiI( Whorton. Arthur Fell. All About : the janitor at 4 o'clock for sweeping.An tried of I jtrftvlns{; all time stores In II ,1w happiness! to the f

,,. ...' persons claiming an lutereat under deceanemi J. K GILBERT hour later he locked the doors and village under one roofA.. further advantage -/1_a #' farmer while prosperity shines 1rightly-round I
\ John L. Ulll. or otherwiae. : and all persona Clerk of the City of Kiulmmec '- -
other than tbe above), named partlra claiming [Seal] tbe building was not used by anybody will be that the generul appearance \ ; i- his poultry quarters when fenced with f..

an Hutereiit. in the proporty In tbla bill dvaorlbvd. Approved this 18th day CLAY of May SfANKORD..A. D. lUll. during the rest of the day. When he of tho town will he enhancedand %
p defendanu. H. '
m BUt to Remove Cloud from Till.. Mayor of the City ol KiaiimiiieeHEAVYFACT. got through on Friday afternoon the lIme market will otter n .protovllou t

II appearing- affidavit appended to the bill school premises were cloned until the against the erection of unsightly struc- "Pittsburgh Perfect"
.. complaint filed In the above elated cauie t
,mm that the above defendant are uou-realdeutii of following Monday morning. On Sat tures. .
vtbe Mate of Florida. whoee residence la un- and the school groundswere The Illustration gives a good Id en of etw
u known. and who are all over the sac of twenty- urday Sunday the appearance of the proposed market and Garden Fence
'one year*. shunned as forbidden territory. Poultry 1
1,. It le therefore ordei ed that the non renldeuldefendanu During the long summer tnonUis no and It also shows the \rondo on _'
c lie Mid F. C:, Tbompeou Ernest will Tbe building
V.. Alexander. Henry Whorlon, Arthur Fell. one entered them except possibly'" tbe w'llcu the stores open. In: quality of material method of construction durability '
,I b., and they are hereby required t* appear. Mthe will add much tut. the beauty of I j
workmen who went there to make repairs. .
vrith real service well in appearance.'t.
blu of complaint filed in said cause oa or the village. as ;
q, before Monday, tbe 3rd day of July lullotherwlie The whole school property was "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence elands
the allegation of said bill will b, out pre-eminently first.
Used from II to 4 during ISO days
taken confessed bv said defendant
It la aa further ordered lha> this order be pub of tbe year-about 39 per cent of the ++******+ + 1'l'' '******+***+* Electrically Weldedat "

flaked once a week for eight (W consecutive, '
total usable period. Jut within a'
week In th. KUalmmee Valley Oaxetle. a Ev.n an aeroplane should b.
Dewapaper pubunhed in said oonuly and elate, couple of decades a vast inbvemeat has bought in one's home town ifthur. the joints these the fence's
; :: are "One
strongest parts. solid
Thiidlth: da) ol April, 191 L, '
: for wider the machin.
been started a use of . a dealer in the of
IB-st Arthur B. DonesanCletk piece metal"
:: aptlyphrat.esi. Through the hardest
of Circuit Court. there. A. for ordinary everyday usage, ../.
V [elAt] nv EllMbnUi Johnston D.' C. things home Is the place to Pittsburgh Perfect FeD /staDds erect, even and !firm. .
8. F. Kribba:: Solicitor for Complainant..
.. + buy them. Op;- HMrtk WI.... Od. from oar own formula. .nj perfectly.*]*...

.. "I ,.' ; I_ .. : +f4f.; ...H4h t 4.+++1' P++4+- +4. .Jo tuod r.:2-.psr.siss..(,
4 Citation of Administration I.Md cli .ljr lrta "i>iriSBURCHi>l F.: f
\ A fact should take heed of lti!
IB Court: of the Con nty Jadga State ot Florida you OUT! OF EVIL For FIELD; FARMflRANCH: LAWN i
Estate of L. II. William. _ by. tne Judge of said Ooart. cigars anywhere than at the ,
4, . Whereas, A. K. Drovtfht ben applied to thll the Mall jQrde'r CatalogtrsTTakIng .
- Court for tallem Adniinialratlou. nn th J SMOKE HOUSE '.h Pittsburgh perfect" Fence perfectly meets the most exacting
,, estate ot:L. H. WlllUtn. deceased, late 01 paid Money From Town. Hat It. U.... \requirement S
4 Oounty of Cw'eola.' The subtle. superb flavor and fragrance elltlt'I.gUes; of the mall order .
4 lhe.. are. therefore. To olte and admonish of our cigars bring true delight The For Sale By
and singular the kindrtd a.nd i-rediton of tothe moat houses beyond theIr utility In promotIng -

Sal oSxjIereajifld or. before to be the amid ZTth appear day of bufore thlinrtlMj D: particu ar. the sale of merchnndlsc. of the :=.= W B. M akin

_ _ k lull, anoSfile obipctioila. If any. they Uj & LorenzPOOL stores which Issuethem, are further son Company
i the ajranliuasof Letter of AdinlnlMtratlou on Bryan valuable In the matter of stimulatingwants
aid estate othcrwlNe the same wnl be granted THE: MTTbB: 8CHOOLHOCSK.
to aald A. B. Drought or la aome other fit |I'eraon and creating demand for a variety --Ku; .Immee, fla.Sto'p. -

or persons X. ROOM school plant. and many communities of articles not found ordinarily
Witness my name ennui Judge the
County aforesaid thla theOluu day of April, A. LUNCH are now receiving much larger dividends In the stocks of local I 8tOr ... .
.1. ,. .. Dm11[Seal.] \Ce
activities lire now carried: on trade of their towns. to -
Many the home
.. 111o Cooqty Judge. Cigars and Tob ccor..AJft
! y in schoolhouses after day hours. Even-; which they are entitled Justly have

log and vacation schools playgroundsin been beard to express very favorable At Our Garage '

Notice of Publication. school yjirds during July and August opinions of the value of such catalogues '
..t In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial .tIk. evening recreation and social centers Inasmuch as they nnsemble In : and you will notice to your satisfaction

.," Circuit. and for OaoeoUft Cuuuty blate of during the winter month free an Indexed volumo and In detail all ai-o--i c;: the fine cjisplay of motorcars
Florida. In C'hancerv. K. Lamou complaloant .
va, F. Q. Thornpaon. Ernest V. Alvx lectures entertainments. Indoor sports the ordinary articles of merchandise Rr.PIRI II we have forLivery \
; cadet, Henry Whorton. Arthur Fell. All folk: dances civic and educational with which dealers need 1 to stock their

I. 4 penon 1I1U.deceased. claiming: or an otherwiae.Interest under All John pertoni L I 1 1'i! -'i meetings In school assembly rooms stores and give them at the same time si1oPJ I and Sale

other than the above named parUes.cieiming: and. cyiunualuma these are tbe chief when direct Quotations nre lacking.
I We are for celebrated
agents the.
an Interest 111 the property In this hill deaeribed
defendaota. way ID which the taxpayers are now some Idea of ruling prices for unfamiliar 1.
t Bill to Remove Cloud: from Realty bought and sold. gelling more service from school prop- merchandise. _ E M. F Automobile. You can bny .

All Whom It May concern: Houses r: ted. pleasure\ for the same price you
( It appearing from, theaworu bill otcumplalnl' erty. .
tied In thlaoanae that there are peraooi intvr Taxes paid and Titles verified ID llocbeater.. where every other Park a Beauty I Spot. _ _ _ will have to pay for trouble. A

Cither rated In than the the proPtortyDvol..t known\ defendaom lu .this amid ault thai., [ for non-residents. schoolhouse ha*? become a neighborhood Owing to tljo perseverance of Street &e little investigation will convince

_. The uainra of such persons! ao intereited<: Fire Life and Accident Inf social center an extensive use of Commissioner Ganzenmuller, Central .. .. you.
unknown to the domplaluant i.d that relief I h men's AS CiO 0 AS NEW "
prayed .In said bill vomplalut. agaiaut auclunknown surance. classrooms Is being made by park. In Sea Cliff\ N. Y... lias been redeemed Steam Vulcanizing and Repairing.iiffiii' .
deleudanta civic clubs for nonpartisan discussions
t : .I former condition of
4 Indemnity Bonds.DON from Its
It'i. ther.(.ore ordered that all persons claimIng "Tbe
interest and to the lollowluRdeaoribei< of political questions. untidiness and Is fast assuming; the .
nroperLy.eitimatetilmC000tl an of .... .,"State e -iFw ___........,. ..... ....IIi I acboolbouscs are tbe places for political look of an up'to date and pretty park : G' .

p 'I 11 IIoglda.lo-Wit Lola 0ve (A).; alx (B),-aeven (;) and nine (V: meetings' Bald a county commItteeman ""i The park. which Is quite near the MILL UlLDlNq. BROADWAY .
of the Florida Aaricultural Company' aul -- In a Rochester social center. filled with
of the vllage was
; division of aeclion thirty-two). towuobl] center .
"I do mean that they should be I
.1. twenty' Ih.61(:; ) alb of range 1I.tlrt'OD"SI noj: dead chestnut trees when Mr. Qanzen- ...44ee-e........................... .....*........
snipe do appear to theOomplainaut'a bill T READ THI opened\ to any one |Political party, but muller took office. One of his -first official '
filed., or hearethC Ko], .
eoufplblnDsreln oa compelledto9.ITtrd
to all. Why )
J tt. day of AiB..*.'l .U. "'wlt"tb. 7th dayofAui I like opposition. Ldefy com- acts was to secure permission to 1 i- yI.
.' nal.-.h>. the aald bill. will. < be taken aa. .co. ). Under no condition with << barroom' to address a political cut the trees down and pui-tbe lumber :

if, (. 1.-.1115.ses4, further ordered \bat thli order be pat I bpdtje from my posjjion -If you meeting where the bartender so obtained to good use for tbe village. -

.,' . "41,5b4 once week for twelve ((12): ) ooniecutUrwoek B want' a house-that in stout and la using me -to advertise his beer? Later on tbe stumps were attacked I. Ideal Summer Fertilizing !
In the Klialmmee V..I67 Oaietle ,' Into
\ waterproof and damp proof aee Why should I be compelled to go
In said Couutj Now the entire park
published Otoeola removed.
!,I'' .. .. newtpaper It will ; for and
'. tu>d, general circulation: lit raid county. B. Dickerson. pay you smoke filled rooms to talk on political and Paths
qj ; 'I' Witness Minor, Jonea Judge of said Cli be will save you money if you get Issues when we have buildings like baa been leveled graded. : i'
'" 1 cnlICourt. aud my ilauie ae clerk thereof an: his prices;! .before letting! contract. this where those things can be taken are being laid out. and the ground will Oranges Grapefruit
. the otBolal$ *oal of aid court: thla. c ..
'f and other
Me alao handle. Lime. LAlh, 11Itr WJnd- be seeded down grass
\ j April A. D. l III" up? How easily the ordinary public : Tangerines"More
Plu.... Cement Plaster Hair. Fir. :
11. .. Arthur E Ponegan.leCACJ see things will be planted. )
i'" 1)0' Clerk of I'tnmlt Court. Brick. Common Brick and other thine too school plant becomes the focusing :
_ _ Is-lM" By Ellaa>>ethJohuatonUQ. C numerous to mention. point for tbe social activities of the The value of the surrounding property : Fruit-More Money" :
.; Solicitor for has been Increased by the changed
W. Kribba. Complaiiiaul.
i B. DICKERSONContractor neighborhood 'Is well Illustrated by
: .
; , of tbe i
ft(' ; i T and Builder Rochester public school No. 9. Be- appearance park. is the title.of our new: citrus book which will be sent free on request. i

Notice of Masters' 'Sa1e.I1 '. side being a day evening and vacai .
} Ills
t j. Notice la hereby given that nuder and hr" : : tlon s'choql and serving as a public ......* ..I*************** : "rfght up-to-date" and written from a grower's view-point. :

: ; . .. *f a Innal decree of foreclosure iaaua clubhouse: for men women boys and ; and measure" I DEAL, FERTILIZERS and IDEAL METHODS are not new. Their : fl.,
:-r4 oil under the seal ot the Clrc-nlt ootiieTtMSeTenlh "Count weigh
-I u '4 Judicial Circuit oflh tate 0 : .girls the building la used as a moxl ; everything you. buy. After It Is | i valde has been proven by'years of field work, but there always are
. ? Florida. and for Oaceola. County, In Chat, e W. ir1fi1iiEoY' l tag -picture theater a lecture ball, a weighed .don't jglve It away.
'.I ,. L o.-MrJ' IJIt D., In a certain oauae therein pendlnij A. .gymnasium, a batb.h.ousc"a dance hall ::- ; new points of interest to growers, which sfrould- be considered. ..
,. wbssein eflaufeaaguaMisnottlei ** +* *+* ***++ I
,_ n.i .atst of OltYtna Zelia -e. mluor. 10 00" a library and a' playground boose. A : ONWARD and UPWARD is the IDEAL!: motto. We put forth all

j'. ......L .... .IaJDb" and of 4"b.tb....tataof F. Prevalt d.a.A.szoMoios4ssiiisJatOr .CamIDIDII' Groceries I free dental clinic' U to be established : our energies to give tbf BIGHT 'Ii ,

I ..........oel Sarah Cummings, Dt'lbertCuJD to- it. and It has already become a City'Y !Building.
( tnlna-e, Jacob Cummings. Mary WiUiauma. .an' IAML.-Y$ public health office. Its yard ... usedas. A forestry: building \is being built In.
\ ,r .. belra of eetaM. aecliinDaelalBToti PRICE i
interest jq the property I I'' __ -AND- a playground aa athletfc field and Springfield. Mass... said to be the .II rat :

0..11111 of oaenplalntdeecrtbed.. are reapoac. ; With .lIttle of the kind erected by any city. Its
( mon
j# V/ i .1I..1er I, a, ttpeclal
; p"x. -cS&::; tins f wUlsell underutaed* :dorinlf th FRESH :MEATS round< for .Park".tbe"whole' pUnt, erection_ was the result of the steady Wilson &: Toomer Fertilizer Co., _: ;
of aai. before Uie oar* Bow Increase In the work of City..Forester : .
t.A... t..aioemes .. would com close to a realisation of4th ir
glssimtnee I. paid Oooeol '
V mc In lb. city 01 I' I
i .. *"* o. lIoDda"J *K. Jh day nt JlltkA.A..J Delivery'Every Day at HourIf ; .Ideal social. center: JI''tbt" lily Gale; whonw has charge of about. : Jackxraville: Florida. -i.::
Any .
. TrL1 following_ribed re.I..cata.11I1U 40,000 trees, exclusive of those fafpnb- -
otbs'Anleriean! Inatitntlon that aoa ,
1 I Florid, AU aU. Solicited C T -
;. .. 0S0.01& CotUI.,. s : Patronage :
'.. te4 ia. 3 sad J[ ojfl. H. P. D..h I1orla at 81: : N &Uslmlnee" Phone No. I Itrt4 naturally attracts to lUelf, an the Tatted , lie parks ,aod alon.vlilgb.ways. en private !.M-....'"'".:... .........IJ.l .............,...."'.;., !
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,_ 'Ii. .ij .w....,""J,IP! Interest* ol. the.,.eollUl UDitJJ. ..., property- '*
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} ,, Estate"' .. ..o'u'a'1,' ,. :.arrived; i.teeday'r after. ..1tw ktrdefbiQit: ; .....Il 1'.weaf w lid* {. :
: L WINN/ .. .
Has Opportunity':' "She :came while you were all away.Xrecelved 'baaia ,"ri dw taUWiaf. .bckcemnU t. aIr caban'a'
A. Girl ' '
I aq her fb* yon. and since I did : a
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and SURGEON liar .inlis' "
PHYSICIAN to Know rrt
not know what room to. pat her la '11

IIeftber! in< JaI ..1' Oimefto' .tUAk ..ot; 21, '5clc' .,Ticket*'for 1. Jl.OO ;.
Nom, r.R'. KI SIAIMEE, :FLORIDA: '.:13r':BA.RQARA .THORPE. It. rye not[ seen her since." I I '*
orr cI'hoss.1,. 'ra1r. oata+. tbia'IWom 21 lOc Ice; T ekM.for t se.feO "
'T. (10 .', '" CoprrKht: br -.-. ...... Aw0.olatlo It was all out that the thief war' > ; -
a''who had 1IU. panse > on 1125ctJcTkkufor' > ; 'K $840KISSIMMEE t
HOKASON pie U htQftefttuttftirit. delightd .!

t..' J.t: W. TIW Ptfr.S.Q:1N' *at what she considered\ my vtndlcatloa -'' . .: '
'i e( "
t' : i that abe maa tabbut to ranto'mate"t },
: Clara'' pats."wtthSrhom, ba< stood f/ ,t
k 8URGEONUd.bona,7lrand . a
yliVd S' downstairs public when I: '
I \ ,,,"II> '.!' ". I' .' : FUNEBALDIRECTORY as bridesmaid.; wrote m. that abe war topped ber.HI &- ldenjy regained ICE 6c, COLD''STORAGE'CO: ... ,
S.1 te ,, tq bave a houe.fparty'attbeI :cooo J .
1 > : !
'I "* 'v; ? *< & . my beedVNot ;:I: i
I 1'11 I" ... '... 1._.. ..t J'tW' 1 /s and... ,. . i ir try,, plac during:Lent and wlabed,IDe< so fast,'I said. "Wbo will believe -",
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I'll'I: ''D ....r : f.ifllMPSON :. i.i 1j.. LICENSED EMBALMER; to com .to-bersat'that't: i time:" : 1 accepted my 5;tot1."ot..11u mown whom .
f ". aid.-coubie'of'weeks botore Easter- *
& .'
I '. no on* but- have seen?
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pkNTIST went to.,the Eyrie. .. they cabledtbi.. "1' \. ,.., c
.; ; ; 'R do" .. -; .. -.
fOpposita Courthouse place-It was ,on. high ground-when .-Of coarse: you ,40' put;:them are "

.,, Upstairs in-Kali t.. a.Building.'m to 11, .m. bled.L;-f und- .,'fery.' pleaaaot PanT.. .. assoiB-.: others]:who;win not,.j promise. me.4 that V : AIENJ': T

OITt0.Uoupsi for the.present you will ..keep J b.m.t"ter. IER
"J. ( 1:30 b 6SOp. m; .D '" skauito LtMt iaodslyou
Telephone No.'1S .. Jun.6, Ivr. KI1au .. .' '.: ,FLORUTAt Nevertheless 'aU'th. guests had Dot secret" ' ' w ..........
'. e yet- arrived. .The second".day after 1 I Other 'purposes 'than 'Y ddicaUq}a ,. "' "- .cr '

reached the Eyrie our,hosts gave ai crowded j-upon'mev .I :Wished to,v aae .xi. i.mywhers noMT lit ttmPTlB.* aaa mi+.mim aiJ) .,*',
vR W. W tARSON rOR 'antotnpblle excursion' ,' Feeling* indisposed how Ralph Priestleywovld treat 'toe in dT ...._, OATS*f MBTlUACdurtn"i *
STAn ,; : wak* > -
( > Umerasur rid UMbtarclesadMtitt 'U.iyouwW
r DEJflTJtST] " l I 1 I i renlalned'atF'hgme. Late it while,unJler' a ; \ a the afternoon;,, .ttilpltlng a .little frost dinner r went down :Into the.pad r. cycle.hl p """k..U_.._ n dr..W....___, .
r Beautiful home sites situated w. Iipo.elhls ;,
J winter fAClW're taPDWa h. n-.Ie bl op.lss I'
Office over Cole'. Jewelry Store air would do u* good I t concluded, to Now that the'matter'was fexptalncOto tom 's 0.. small proI'.bore a
Ir the Lake Region Florida.trucking take walk. A. I 14 Pi &eta,1 taeteereort You_...110 10 :'.pteeta bF bafa'dlnotoj .:
., a ; was :'goingdown! and boat'slaUtfactionI
Hours 15 own 'my
I, > Office : .8- .1..6. lat my > I. a.'Yd bavv. the ... '
and Land large .
168 Farming atalra the,-front door oitfaed .and a
Office phone I felt easier In,presence at.the'other*. hlctol.. 0011or.uvabi.feberayIt. '
," ., Residence. .. &, j. or small,traces; woman carrying 'a band bag entered There -,.... aereral jut the rpom )WMq .....-ea,eat "-- .'"shad. I.ara-.. oar' aDMN4. 01 pt"q. .,. Ia, '
I met her In the hall, and abe said,tome < bilt.' tLi1tfiif liiE& .. -._
CITY, PROPERTY. A pPEClALTY '' ,. I.entered, including Ralph and Sadie. I rJ" f .-t. ..r_IRMMerelryret _....._
.J' : who' were sitting' together <'D. .1 t''tiete- ,+er Mwew_Tooerp "..N1 weast ._ er.r: tertr.rr.t
J .M: W1L.LSON, JR., Lot pour r,1 with for quick "I have.lust arrived' from .the City<< : :. r1..7. 1rw.rlt> .e a.11SL..a/ wN.eei"e. .
property! .m. 0-tote la. the .A ter,qt i the rponv rJ .mM.tkcd J.****"**"**'"""****! ---.---.r
NOTARY': .. > safce, It .seems that the hoe".11 away walked c past both of them without ''" -Oeae NAea; k.dk1eee. ....ala\a.a./ aaN.
' '_ any 'deaw.,_ ) ere*ii*ha41 I.a.pd looklnc' at ''either and ''i Mid'''not'' bear .t;' ywrMr.rM1T;;t-: co.leiii .-___ .....t1Nplw

;. L STATE ..ATLAROK.: \ ,H. M. Breaker & Co. my' room T* "* my s l.f'Uke w f hlef Jbjr V any mI --. ;' \ E i.; alA i E I,=a;{. :"

Meal' Estate Agent.: "I have not, l'rep te4. 1 supposed walked to a window, where I = ;r'"IJI :
Box 175 ' 'KlSSlMMEE, Ft A.'. every room was> occupied. .1 heard .stood 'looking 'out for:'a.' few Wtnutee.: !!! .ugethr.-t',

KISSIMMBE. FLORIDA Mrs Bate say ao yesterday" then passed.Into the library. ;Ba'tmmyself oN; \\"S If.L-'lia;; T..II'A IIAlWPk PAIR$4:11

'r r- I The woman looked-troubled.. at the long ta, e t.n.. the.eellfi! ,j ", .r
r '" "You are quite ''welcome," I added the I took T --" -,. ,, t
.....v&A..os.w of room. up a periodical.
woos I.!ca/rtusD; ; &:qQ: [ tK "to..,.make yourself! at home In xnj had been there but-a I,few -mlnutM'' ...." ..,,_.-.1 t .::r.- 1. ,. .. ,

ANS AGNEW f ,CRAWr'ORO' room. I am"going for a walk, and by when Ralph .l'rlesJey! entered. I '
the time 1 return our hostess may be see by the expression. his' face, his .s.Tiiii' ...wwwba .
ATTORNPYSATIAWOmo here to receive you." knit1 brows that he "was touchDisturbed. -"ulW1ft4 I"eoId I" '
very ad4rtJII .
REAL (ESTATE I showed her to my room and went b bvelr so w.rtdlat' ,f& .
i: 14t4 CitlMM Bank Building <
. .
\ tr on ramble. I vii somewhat V ery'banD1.' snd lni+dlasldsMMMlal w
Florida my -I pave been seeking an opporfu oaalltrotrWtbwr.whleha.rer'\;; :
preoccupied for the reason that Ralph nlty" he began when Stopped him, come' ftoroa and vhlc)>clow* vn _an. ,
- . ... .
puattoras wtUxnt .110..1.9 eeear : '
\' .. Priestley had beea paying me a great looking 1 ; at him.*5 severely a* t could V.h...bnndrvdi of letter|.(>m sstlil 1f1U' .Ne1MtN.IrebbM
L. coos O. snots deal' of attention and having met I | ... 1I- .....__rt.
Examination J of Titles a '' and pointing to the door. I01&Wl..b.'u.elr&lJwtbOftIPe-e.* baa.,i 4"or to*HM rt.
Bumper I. no i : :fj
&\ GEIGER Sadie a prettier girl' than "Please listen. to toe: ," he begtoagate !: u bejD.r . m1. ..I..p, ,
withdrawing w "
among the- guests, was 1'I1'n bl --1 Ju.n of tafb lid
Specialty. f... a oaths t.tee4.Tbe ,....1..Price d tares gLAI .
: ATTOR: EY$-T-LAW his attention from me- and bestowing "1 will not Usten to any 'man who, Sjb.00 per Mir. hot toradrwtldn. pmioM .... "*' sWMIV. eWMMO, m "* ,. .
Solicited.Bargains It on her. Indeed, this was partly the while t suffer' under a false accuaaHon. q.ktne. a >/>Mfact lrtPr>0* to u.rider of 0111] ID! } 7111 ot""ftn...,1I|"4iS .........
State Bank CorresDondence ?, "llL !" e1 v>4v--.o 0: 0:D. eoapwoTfoadotr'P&, a a..until peaeaamr
Building didn't the automobile '
I '
reason why go on fans his suit- .. 6.. .J'
not to glve'me +ee rid NMndah '
only r etrlgtlT ." _
1. 0 .l.e:
Kissimmee, Florida trip- He had arranged to goIt, Io. .---... "' t ....._.... rlUr _ruu._ "'.
? =: criiL. :. .
but turns against une.! ,..
port sea w..Mw' rq.n YItM 11
> rival, and _.. ....... .. =:: .
the same conveyance as my 1"- V. tMaYyN S w IYlt.e w. .tw..uT
have not turned against
you ,, '
I at home to seeing ...=.Jr".r. -._, Tw..I".. /14 tINf -. .
t I'"V F. KRIBBS preferred staying "You bare deVoted yourself to one ... wl..t/w\WM..wrer..etaN.a.rww./:" n.T w '
him her. .1 returned last .. 'wOWaMTdr.wr.. w.
devoted to .
who has assunied 'that I .m guilty: N tW. -" J '"
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.ii1i -.. _- . _'
the autos pulled at the door .
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and baa treated me acoordtnKly. e.oe- ----. -- - .
, : and I saw 'Ralph band Sadie out ol I and swept oat-of the room: r, wr- ....._.. .!2.D. i.L. ...--. -.-.-...L

I Room Stato 12 Bank- Second Building Floor In all kinds of Real! Estate. the machine and, saw or thought 3 I Smarting arose aa I was under his b.1Nng N01'tW;.R\1::.r.--:,.pp ...:.. ....ft.t.. _1MIft...............MM.,;j. ,

I x Fire and life Insurance and saw,, a mutual lovellght In their eyes transferred Us attentions to my rival tu.---.1---v.--------- !"'I''' 'r." {

Armour's Fertilizers. Renting But perhaps It was Jealousy.At full -a rival who had! taken no pains to Js D Enjij : !A. yQiUD-&O;': IIr: ',

HARWELL ; and Collecting Rents a any rate, my mind war too conceal her opUflinthafr"had atolen ? e

jW. think abottt
affair to anything
ofmy .
Specialty. Taxes. paid for the missing jewels-I conftaO reveled 'I ''
.mve4'and whom
; .
the bad
guest who In tre.tate.t .of ftalph .. .
:: ESTATE Non-residents. I bad left In any room indeed, I for finding nay/ that'he wa_,;endeavoring 2' .. ,,e;\ .. ' -

Notary Ptiblid! At Large R. o. (MEEKKlssimmee. got an about her. At dinner I the notice see me alone, I pen|>tentlykept but ..,. w",,, '5'' ; -
of part
dismay on
an expression .
\ over ttob rion'e Pharmacy of 'his way except *hen> there ,were
. .KIS91 M"' & FLA(.. Fla. of several. of the girls of the party;. others about* : '
j srANFjRD
- '. :- ', Aa .soon aa the defective" was 111tonDe4 & of ) OMPANI
.(my: story u to the 'woman :

'whohadpasaed-. herself off ..., guest (
I JENKINS & WOODIIAM. ,R. S. 1 RAINS .e be began operations it.different line., Carries es C.taplt. a ilae.. et wrr-

TAILOR I SHOP ; ? ,Be took down u minute a deeer7tt.n, a ., 'Ii *

I cut and make clothe to a'man's of b.r.. I was>bl* to d.v.dJD; also DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
description of every article that wee .
l Surveying 'and meaiure. I do the l pert steam cleaning 'Jr$ mtaulng. I asked him why: *be had< -P.v.RNIS'HiNG''Sy ", '' ,
. I do .
. I in town f dye any color. l bidden the articles In my bureau drawr .
." kind of repairing. I clean 'Hats. Incriminating '
any /,agd t be said that'by:
.. "., ,'Drafting ;; I have two of the best'Tailors: the 1 1 laths ,house ahe'hoped to : SHOES and. CLOTHING .

I : .r":' .".:," i '>., .. ... ,. j jI South.;; My place of blU eagle in real divert sugplrfotor" :froto:"fcerselt,"1' f .. . ..... ";1( ." ;. .. .. ' ;+:-r,f ,,

i ' : of J.; H. Reddittj's.Jewelry. Store, V V 4 enough' t.G dispose of her plunder. ; 'i'f :.;;" ee ca.M bored/a......pL.MO /.'" .." '.- ..
; V ,
I .. {.\\7: Orncm u FaA 1 w'KisstMMEE..t -:' .. .PHONE NO, 210.': For several flays" work the, case I remalDecf'.nthtJa. ( 'lh ; d x.'J'T
on ,
{ 'f.jii'ihr.
, : : ;'J .. ,. .. ,}! / 1M' :,,
: A CALL;, MEr'ANn IVfll COME FOR party,' affable to- those who ,were + ..
YOUR CLOTHES. V. f affable;;.to.maraklnt'. no attention te ,AS. C1P. ,. tP..A.S ;;. :: . : ,
.,----'- those who '''Were'cool "to me. There [ : HOUSE'IN. AMERICA. : ;
: was' side play'gomr va1 that I ajoy ." *.!.'

W C. BASS ed, 'watching; Sadie., tamper.was endeavoring .

Spring Fleming t to bold on to-Ralph Prlftstley : .
Wholesale. and Retail ", 'and Ralph waa' trying. t* 'get' rid I : .'fo ..... >" -..' 4

b;alar in.iBeel CLEANING'PRESSINO vl, oASi of two her.fires.The. He poor knew; .fellow that was I would between not I H. C. STANFORD: COMPANY, : !?

'"t. ' '
listen to him so lag airs be conttrined

FTQ5 Port and i DYEING* . x I mrr writ, Kxrarona' mr KUTIX his attentions to .adle and,to break! \ 'KI$nil..imco, Elorlda; :, \ ,,

REPAIRING -- and It-was evident from ja restrain) awayftout' her was' not an' easy .f fi t : ,
: 'etcnsewkV!
ter. especially as bill only
,itnat had come over the party thaisomething .
Matton had happened. that the believed we a thief, which .

Leave wqrd M my house. and clothe" The next morning, on exchanging war no more tyanothera.of,the( party.believed. .

i will be called tor and returned. .. 'words with '...nrat'of'' the girls, 1 noticed I 9
} ONE 44.Osceola that they'scarcely' answered toe, Then one morning the detective MI i '

.!Satisfaction Guaratiteec I while tame of them failed to give m. ,* ported that property he had In feua4 pawnshop< ,some c4 and themissing . KELi..EY'S" KBL. EY'S: 'KELL$Y'S ,7C
_. __ .__ UT reply whatever. But what war '.
J .within' a couple of days after theOls' :
Title ; ay Indignation when Sadie Stamper. coy.ry.bad, arrested woman with. nQI 'CAR r
; \ :
passed me with a look of contempt tallied Q* ; ::'FREE'
,.La III 1 KMlf i ,t',' and without eyes a. nod. t was In.a. more of It in "possession. her' and' ra
with my deacriplion of

Qgr IU Q 'COAlPP.ny. House" Very perpUxed! and troubled state) of tuned out .to th" ite ckborhood >: with every pound
) Paintingf mind when Clara' took me,upstair* to of the Byrle. \Chls ''W" the fl'l

. i. .1 her room abut- the, floor.and said tome reason she bfw"" of the house party I .,.... ...., .'

D. P. Q GARRETT, Manager. : and the automobile exourateo a.4 was' I One letterof the word "KELLE\'S" .on'every j l
: dear, have been-made the
you able to concoct her plan of robbing \ rd."KELLEY'Sf i i i
( tper. Hanging victim! c
IWal.I'." from the auto rlo> yesterday several; c' That..oanc honte. at dinner .ur bolt let made up ill pre..ut1DC.them to'the Qty :FruitStoreyou

Titles examined and reported onTaxes DecoratingKalsominfng of the guestf found 'that certain,Valuables .ut the retuming'i'nhmb.ll of ,fI) will receive one pound' of Red ,,BMd I Z
jar Instruments paid for relating to real estate they had left In their rooms) 'were the massing, articles to their OWD.J8. : Brand Candy FREEI;! A prettg::9/tion/ every card., /

carefully drawnE91A4ndne millll... John waa horrified.. T%,. tale> 1 was wrw In aTB/X enviable posi 1rQ
.-- phoned for a detective. 'whA carat tion. I knev> those who were friendly '.

SoliclteQ.II.QC.6LTeTBT .. right up and Investigated the matter. to m.-aiy4 bad honored me'. with' \
Workmanship Guaranteed as Thev' only servant in the hone. white their--confidence white I had been under ii ,Niemey '& Wiley

Good the Best. we 'were war' old Martha Wbfi .. ,
as ,. away ? a ciottd and I knew those who '
has been In our family forty yean
had not. They all> crowded arpnnd "

r ...______lQm'6.sue and>" *aa my nurse when. m. baby. While me to show their good.wfli and assure : SAarUU1: "G4.AiI 'tI ix sexa'I7a; )l

you were an In thft drawing room after me that they had not for a moment )
% 'Ca H wEKjpia1YYII :: dinner the detective ''searched the bell_..' me' to bw-guflty The enjy' ', :' .

is to drill ; house. Several bits of jew'eIrT-tioue person who did not approach me waa. .. :.T .e, '_" -. \
prepared. ( of any; great Y.tue-w.found hidden Ralph-Priestley,Srlj se every effort,to

V way in ibackpart; -of one of your do so l"-yancceetfad In' th ward ,g.* ""
bureau drawers. Now that I was Vindicated: be Hot For that LINOEmNO. CO'UGn., tnVc ",
in any'section at Florida. "Now."keep coot" shesaid quickly, jjnly, Itep away ,from ..., but:Clark ': f -" ' ..,, '

seeing the expression of d"palr10 :to 1 cam to me after dinner, to tel m* 1 WINTEFriCOUGH, YthW

,.. ,- : face. "No one can make me Dell...*, that te-wa' Bbtnraway.on .a late; NYAL'S .

''i, Ten years successful\ Well I enn Butte .1 any thing.wrong about'you.. Some 004 I train. I watched.Jfor him- to comfdownstairs
Drilling is a Guarantee of my ; placed the ttfings there to escape sue and when .. $1D8. pre" I '

Ability to ..produce, the. C'r1ty' plclon bt Incriminating yo 0." pared for tie Journey I met hint *4( Contains n6 DiorpIi1neor' Oplnm Compoun4.Rellovee >

t t ,," T I I I.threw, my-arms about ber neck and! extended my hand. BeoODt.; .nenra. .. soreness and.Irritation.,. ;
---- .burst Into a passionate,weeping. changed,from a very, logtrbriooav epresslon tI .1'
: . "e (&ffaeEa s8.QIPU : 11 'remained .In''my''"room'or ,Clara'I fa'very happy OD':", "'W.j .-Heals inflamed Tissues... -V"t

Ge' TWO' AND "rOUR INCH '''-' most ,o*3the; raj.' 1 was :altof.tbei, .went Into a aide room, and.. I,kept,blmt'" "' "'\25"arid 5Ociizes. : ,t
' WELLS-A 8PECIAa.1'Y1.... .. .: p 1d'.Drlnks( ,l Chars too wrought.npoq by my;:misfortune.. fatafce there. *tnlFtt'w'i's-too- .-Ltetanxke-hte; t '
.._ /.. \' I .any thought-for'my defense. Ir I Htraim(, _? j"r. r 1tissIMMEE:- :DRUG- \CQ.: :
BadJey i.wit4' made the- fair
. the a'rtemooa':I bad fre buMt. enough I 'It waa .
: .... ...,
,. ,n.. BmdW ': -O--7.". t, my' equanimity to,talk)withClanf i1......'thr clrplej(for-1,not 'onlyi I decBned , .. ."'. .. -" '. -.

', 1, T"-.T itlebv .. . .f.. \ . f the matter and asked herVblci! to notice.her- but since JRalph .. .. ...,
. ee.E"1C
? .. ... one> of i the party.b&in-edme"'gu9ty.)f 'mderstoddhit *''wast\e btfeae>.'"b<* ,." '\ -: ;:.. .,-

... .. f' Hme only one Dais V ',,tween cboee ..... .'-, .. '", '," .-.: ,

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Imprbve'' 'Your( ::9raigt. : cC'' letics :r.J .

:: In. ,I/ives of Our
,' \
.1' W UP TO'YOtI*-Yoccropbas it good start trees ", M
; your ''> .
ITS heir beet; but they must have the right kind of-plant: ; IPeople.R.
.' them hold and the fruit bar *. ... ,5
; a'j to help mature they now ., .
.A' "
ti'tli' crease its shipping qualities to strengthen the traea f'r.. .+ '' TDr .\: -. '',1 li
.; giro' to tba fruit thV true uYI&RIDA" flavor which nothing . .. ., '
.y' ..t. counterfeit. And that'careful* why the majority' of.discriminating"" : : : .. T. M'KENZIE. . I Dr. JOHN, M.-:,TYLBR i I :In '
growers are always to get, '1\\ . .. 'f ; . -- .. --
I -
e I ". '
'. Armour's Orange --Fruiter,. ';f ; ,-- '

\. -Armour's'rFrult',otid' Vine;,.or :< Preserve : CollegeAthletes :'* -

'1 ;+ Armour's Blood;_Bone and: .. :

: .The fertilizer exactly adapted to your grove 11 In the Armour' Race '1 =r' '
.. daII
1 .1 ao wby not set:the benefit of their experience? A poet card -. ., Flan

.'1., ... 'bring Bettor information.USB! "ARMOUR'S" than "wiah you bad." 7by' : Ark : -. -. : :

__ _.._ .Exercised (
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:: MAN H-y-A CT.U K B D B V --., ...--

.: JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA > Dm. R. TATT M'KBNZJB Director .t rectify this BUM of affair. Even '
...... Tralalntf at tb Unlvcralty ofPenatrlvanU .. ..
when man ha pawed the school t

.................. ... WE WISH TO PACE boy and soldier stage and has ,

'UNLESS INEVITABLE DE- parsed through middle life $here ......... ," .
'-, ,'
OF THE 'are still many things.he might do People from every section, ----- .
TheSURPRISE to keep up his vitality.r : North East 'aid West
J DESIGNED AND SCI. : are look --

: l Call and see:my "[ ,. . APPLIED. EXER ing toward this State for homes '

4. DRY GOODS I SPRING < :TO COUNTERACT .THE HAB-, .' Dr..601.JOHN.,. M a wme.nt TYUM.ciisa PraTnMr mtCOLLEGE more and more. each year. -
: Wig Goo> ATHLETICS ARE We have some!! of the Tiiiost .. .
which ,
The national :
significance "
; OF
i': EMBROID training. baa. .assumed'.in AND LUDI desirable property the City -

LACES, ETC Cent. years is due to the change CROUS INGREDIENTS OF MODERN and County on our list, all of
MRS. B. L. PHARCEBearaan
> the :MANNER: OF LIVING EDUCATION. which we offer at lowest prices

1 ,. the last *.- football obtainable. r' ,.
,- Building century: Why twenty-two ; ....,-
Within'the last century the should engage in mortal com- will find that we <* -&.....
- - -, of cities has changed the bat, with two thousand other men have the advantages of good l-

of life to such an extent on the side line YELLING schools churches, electric !.

scarcely 40 per cent of the THEMSELVES HOARSE at the lights sewers, and an abundant '

; remains in the coun- performance, is a question I have of .
p.p upply the finest artesian
X100. Reward whereas a hundred years ago" never been able to solve. ;
water In the State. v
; 2 per cent were city dwellers. Athletics for the boy in high
p Some dealers ..U Imitation even w'hcn the segregation of such large school SIJODLD NOT BE TOO Write or call on us for any I INo.
w .; distinctly ordera RU-BER-OID ROOFING. Concequcntly kind of real
t we offer $ ". for Information leading to th.a of folk has TAKEN SEVERE. The heart at the,time proposition ,

conviction of any.'person' selling an Imitation on-U> THE HEALTHFtrL the boy is in high school is yet you may desire.

'. representation that It .. .. ,.-
OCCUPATIONS weak, and the tissues are not

: RU.BER RoofingRED MEN and women. tough. "
The lack of housework for the Every commander dreads to .

BROWN; GREEN wife and' the sedentary take with him into the field of bat- I -1.

t Tb only ready tooling that cab ba .....!. of the men are mis tle boys of eighteen to twenty I Iean. .

';," Watch for the RU-BRR.OID ...... Ha I. -
k font' ..........xlntt over Jit iMtaattooa.THE Physical training will. help to FLIES.Great 401-Very desirable close in of city on lake front, four acres of f

STANDARD PAINT CO.IN home located on'nice marled.l street, which am tiled and In cultivation: 1

.s ,William Street, u u ew'Y three blocks from business center-,: good flowing well, gasollnf engine and t
1Y I ..Distributors: l'i a, '-Armaments House contaios. seven rooms Beautiful pump; good barn.:: : Under proper cultivation 1
'OSCEOLA, pI81J1J1D:. ,... I trees and flowers This It located the pro/pertr can be paid for ,'
vh In good neighborhood and one of the .In. three years out of the prod uotsJErozn..
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'" Are a moat attractive places In the city. Offered the land, This land 1. admlrabJr f

..< for a abort time for $1900.' We adapted to celery, leJ.tuc..uhl,",';,

Continual !Menace know that similar property is held at tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes and

l'- much higher figurea, apd this I. a real any vegetable. desired.. Price 13,000. idC


to. :Peace. I .

I: BUY; :: WORDS'w b' %Ig. "

I ''h" .' .. ,." c."AMe.. A. T AWN BY.Chairman of the ApB*.vrfattoBe- Cna: a>ltta. /' .'4097-9700. bun one of the most. desu <,
"''c '"WALK. OVER"' and'"DOROTHYDODD1' "{. i ot the Hou' ' No.. 407-:It yon arelookhi. : for a' able! building site's in.the be.tretident',:. i
: REAT ARMAMENTS ARE A CONTINUAL MENACE TO PEACE. comfortable. home close toTMthe. l lakepostoffloe / sect loos"of."the' \'close .
city ,to-
; court
M most popular>> buy worda when it comes .,1 HAiTEN courthouse' the beet'residence : -4.1'/1./
There are reasons--three of them- 3 INSTEAD OF PREVENTING WAR. THEY ONLY and In house, postoffloe and churches Let us '
THE EVENT section, let us show It to
bow you this beautiful lot., Full Information -
'i| COMFORT, STYLE; DURABILITY ... . First, they are a continual TEMPTATION TO GOo you House has seven rooms and hall to Interested parties.No. .

.. 'These three degrees of satisfaction_ 4 fully WAR; second, they are WHOLLY 'UNNECESSARY. The electric }lights; on line well located ....
m the purchase,, of '. annual'oommeroe is twenty-eight billion dollars. All civilized corner" lot for $2,200. Terms on half /"....... .
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r '"WALKOVERS for if desired.No. ,
; men, or
tione are therefore interested in preventing any two :nation*. from \
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. the world's:
( peace. 412 .
vacant resident
; i .Come in and let us fit you properly. A and opinion the real executive of all
I,' I ,' strong sane public power 100x09 feet located In North Klsaim-
i is AGAINST WAR" Armaments cannot be relied Five-roonf 'on clay street. Lot has a beautiful
406- cottage twd
,1 .t C. W. DANN to maintain international peace because their COST IS RAP- rooms plastered. three celled; located growth of large' forest trees .on it. I'
L' Exdushre Shoe Store. la the west part of city; fine garden a permanent or winter ;:I
.f' When stated in dollars and cents we find that during the past ten nice fruit home. Price $400 cash. ,. I .
;)It young trees; lot 130x316 ft. t
''t' ,,,_ including: the current fiscal year, this :nation has expended in A bargain: at$ o?. -I

ation for war the staggering. total of $2,192,086,685. *

The bonded debt at the close of the civil war was.$8,674,815,066. .de .:.. -

.: '\\,' "I" expenditure for 'war' preparations during the past ten years was No. 408-Fine vacant lot. In one Of

Y $482,770,271 LES8 THAN THE* ENTIRE BONDED No..408-Lookjojr.for a comfortable the fastest Il'Owlnlr.ubdhl.1cn. In the
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. INCURRED BY OUR GOVERNMENT CARRYING borne close In? This', property consists oltv; Nice hljfh'grround large shade

; ' ADVERTISERS THE FOUR YEARS' WAR TO PRESERVE"'flLE UNION. of 40 acres land twenty of which' are tree. This lot Is worth considerablemore

.( '0, ., in bearing orange grove,. ten -acres money than the price asked. ,i.+
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.' .( !, J cleared and in cultivation; good fl-ve- Price $100 ca.h.
We and olace ,
w prepare copy .
; ,'\. We compile and print booklets room cottage' ; two deep wells.. This
f We sell CALENDARS,Signs\ Bulletins Value of Dreams protoertv Is located Inside of city limits -
ti' Boards and Advertising Novelties in Leather as r
Celluloid and Allumlnum. close to school and churches. An
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; t t'j ideal home..' Possession can be securedon ,
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an Aid to thePhysician. No. 414-We have secured the
." .. short, notice. Price$10,600. ;r j.
forty residence lots in one of the latestsubdivisions. '
fo We will tell the entire "+
:: t.LO ; PHONE!: 296 --.e 7'
l DISTANCE: forty lots in a body or will sell. them ; '

;' ;"'''TAMPA .SUITE 4 & 5 Br Dr. JOHN. D. QUACMNBOS. Plon.r ot Soul.Analysis In tIN TMaMMaX. singly at prices that are right: Bee V1''I'",,
04 DIN_ .'411--One of the finest trucking
J., ,1IoM" BANK OP TAMPA BUILDING u. If you are on the lookout for amoneymaking I .
>" '- ;"i' ,. propositions. la. the St..... Tract. consists ; proposition of any .\

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;_r.fUVU'1t" all,,*; flhcII1''" trnlltuR 1'">. ; : >.; waking. 'Besides,, it 'is' 'POSSIBLE;FOB:'A.!PHY Over. ._ :!PharmncyKISSIiHWEE I .'.

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'fmATt: HAVE .r hare been doing that.,Tor.the'lai .twelveyearn; : / 1.- FLORIDA: ( :

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ANNUAL, ; = x. ; ':>> I) GRANt.. I". H.'Obeyed. ..... Orders.4. .. S j ,V fr:" ,,"c.\.. ..

., . General Dabney U. Maury la his ......
,, TO,, N oismuMln "Incidents of General T. J. Jackson" rRPINEDALE
-s; Usav- .11 says'that when' the war between the .,

West Point '0'.''8.'' tales broke'out-Jackson was the professor .
[ and of mathematics at the unitary 1 ''st
SOUTH GEORGIA jnoathetnatJcs Jumped, hi. hors College of the south He ,rllbe4atroDl'l ;, : SUBURBAN
to take command] of a1 cadet J
-1- VIA slsjujebsu high, corps, but the heads of the institu ., .. i
-for the academy don wen desirous tohave'him; conS"1 ' .r. .
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to'the highest Jump HOMES
tinner his teaching. Governor --Wise i. r ' , r
ATLANTIC . ..tls ,recely( .
som* of his e ffort ,. called out the state troops and ordered : . .:
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.. '' that,a corps of-cadets be held ready ,f,1.v :
the recalled' i
c. for Immediate ,service., Jackson, then '''......1 1
L MONDAY: : ; : in r.Dt. theMU' at at the"guard : '" .' ... "
w major reported once 1 : '''
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as ready duty. .
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Smith '
I t I \ RATES FROM was one Derail "Majdr" Jackson: you will?remain 'as I We have'some'hnd' 2-acre.. farnrrin Pihedaje,

-i,-To- ; ; sort of tyrant"' yon are until further; orders.'' just outside of city, lmUsfalso Sand 10=acre tracts,'excellentfor

v .Valdosta Ca. .', $5.50 : ,.whether lDed seriously to "take Jacksoa at that moment was sittingon orange groyet; and trucking farms. "
stool In the guardroom with .
ra ThomasvUle $5.50 Rl his a saber camp, across his knees At reveille These farms are fortunately situated, and .will enhance

;-S Monticello, Fla.:" $5.50 : was mounted the next morning" be'was found In the ,. rapidly in value. High dry1, healthful. location,close! to school
"!. tlclous brute that same position. church and good markets. These lands '
of and was.put "Why, major, why'are yon here? exclaimed are' being purchased -
,I .ti;,, FINAL LIMIT OF. General Smith by a High'class of.citlzens; and Is a delightful, location 1 Job/'

For pickets I reservations or higher and high "Because.last night' 'yon ordered me permanent horqe\ ""Come lotus show,youTyovi,c& these ,. t

nearest Atlantic Coast'Line Tbe the stubborn tins till rider It to remain where I wuo" was the.reply. homes: .on favorable terms. .ot payment and secure a' great< ..,,

.Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A. ." but the horse Royal "ale' Pwi"., < bargain.. \

d- TAMPA FLA. shy and. refuse to The ex-Sultan Abdul Ails pawned all _" H
hi* crown Jewels for a million francs '
teeth and sparred, at 'the Mont de Plete at-Tarla, and 11.22 acres part Inside city timi'.s; about.4. 'acres elfcel1'f:;

horse gathered for they; were only Just redeemed by tbe lent trucking land, balance fine orange land l : 5-room.houie, 't JM I

i body saddle burst tumbled the Moorish ..government In time to prevent well. chicken house, etc. Price $1 350.00, .easy terms. $
land their being sold among other unredeemed ,
goods. EIIiEII)
; raDt gathered him The sword of state, which Is regarded .J
only .to bear the In Servla as.a sacred relic, was also Three-acre orange grove, ?-room house, good weU' ,..etc. ;
Burden Building; One rolce" of Bersbber- pawned by a former king while one One-half mile from:the business center of town. .

j well known European monarch found Also 130x160 feet of land T-room c
cottage, nice porches
Fresh Florida demerits for dis. himself In such straitened circumstances : ,
MEATS I that tbe famous house of Attenborougtr -- etc., 21 bearing orange trees, 10.young trees; only $ '600.

and Western once temporarily had possession Tirmron' : half. ,'drmightj-ent. .to tood"tenAnt at $]'6 per month:;
of all his old III ver. "
POULTRY, EGGS. THE STATION. Queen Isabella' was, however, tbe r.. ,- } 3

Got There B.f.... most famous )roj-nlty who made no .' We have two new concrete bungalows, 5 room bath- '
Special Attention to Phone secret ot,the fact tnatabe raised money "
Did. room, ,etc. Might for land. .
exchange "
] the security of-... .he portraits
upon '
Delivery to part of "
any -
patrolman says a .
of her ancestors, which ttbag on the /
"there' used to be
wallsat the palace Oatlle. herPari-
fore who bad It In /. .
sian' home. Tire royal lady often 'de S tr
.,. me for various dared how deeply she'was Indebted to*
-well, be's dead .
her royal forbears for coming to her ' :
)' anything against rescue and helping ber out of her financial .....
EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN and It was reported predicaments.-London M. A. P. ,, Nelson Realty Company
be wasn't expected
SUCCESS THE SAME WAY'1 called me and .
and see If I The Road to Svoo.... OVER CITIZENS NK KIS IJrfIrfEE, FLORIDAv
BY SAVING Just tack this up somewhere where v .
for the old fellow. .. ,
yon can see It:
Do want to be successful? Start and asked If I
you Success consists In getting out of
let me In. I tip
yourself everything that's In you. It L_ '
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t CITIZENS BANK OF where. The tbe lieutenant sergeant does not consist In doing almost quite ,./ ",
as much or a little more than tbe other
see bow you were fellow. What tbe other fellow: does '
We have more Savings Accounts doesn't amount to a dent In a doorknob / -- ,
Osceola County. )', but I could so far as you are eonC rned.. WE LOAN '
said. 'Go back.- be
The fact that be succeeds by laylag + t
I A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If that I'm getting
do at once. an Atlantic cable, building an Eiffel
one so .
hare fixed me
\-t tower. Inventing wireless telegraphy or
need anything. cornering tbe world's supply of oil MONIES
tl1 ASTRUB E.: DONBOAM. Pmidrat
doesn't make,yon a failure because yon. ;
: to the I haven't got enough' ready moneyto .
of times on my buy an automo lte. You're successful ')"0'Buy Homes at J5 A
about half an hour
-" -- .- -' when you pulto some useful purposeevery i
my report. 'He ounce of energy, every grain of PerCettt.SbitpleIttterest. N

...........;... i.Mo""l''f.fdao'Y lieutenant doesn't need jumped any-,' fjwTre fray.matter got;: every You're mite successful of muscle when that .1' ,

EMIL MACH to say that you you're developed all there Is to yep n.
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i AstlSteadard Oil .., be 1 did.all says right and have given that to the' world.';'" No doubt you are, and have been for aears.. struggling,
was i t TOUR
T M.ACII: llarrshouts Pltt burs Gaiette-Times.... ,*.. ', scheming, and planning how to Ret a home of your own '

'' got'was a deadr message ten A Hard Hearted People. PLAN is so simple, so easy and so fair that'you. ", ;'

Z Livery, Feed arid. / scoundrel. What trying do yon to Character Filial piety",It finds Is no no uncommon place In Tibetan thing will feel like you had''Actually.found a h tpe. ,'" ' Y

for a son to turn his father, when too Write sor particulars. "
bis dying breath us
a1' : Agt. International Dealer. sid for work,out of doors and to leave "
him to perish In tbe cold. The aupe'lUtloD'tbd -"
I + ALL: $INJ: a IX .A." : Night the souls of.the dead un. "
L ew If.they will?,haunt the living drives STAlTOARD 'HOP COMPANY: -
Everything and first class. hedged laDe John their, hardened natures to gain by.the ,

satisfactory service day or'night. ;, He loved gloaming to above deep- exercise: e.f.cruelty they will'the promise not return of."ttltlying'thar to .: ,:,.'.: J5Olis t ;,Curry"Building' " ",...,r'

ONE HALF BLOCK FROM He gloried In earth. As death approaches the dying TAMPA -'- FLORIDA .
night tbe tndefl- person Is asked. "Will yon come back .J'
Z Kissimmee, Fla. and his soul cried or will you not?" If be replies that
to tbe cry of the be will they pull .leather bag over
............... owl. Nlgbt Is more' his head and smother--him. If be says -

)'; nlgbt Is more he will not he la allowed to die In C. A. CARSON, President A. o. BRYAN, BCORETABY: sit
Is a savage; nlgbt peac

true aborigine. Night burin Day Anil; Artist. The Waters &, Carson

the day of the war The rapidity with which chameleons . 'I
Osceola the 'painted thange their color is marvelous. You '
'rved tbe nlgbt rather one from an outdoor shrub: and -"Grocer
love. In I It Immediately becomes dark, almost Company' ,
bear tbe Valkyries black hissing and with its mouth. wide .
a TCom( riding their Open threatening to bite. Meanwhile'
p ghouls scraping tbe It.Is never stilU-but continues tocrawf -Wholesale f and_ Retail Dealers In-i.l
new burled coffin upward whenever up'
...... possible-up you,
"' along, his face set four sleeve, always upward. By de- '
{ -----DEALERS: night-Adventure. irqcs the angry, black changes Into GROCERIES. .
whatever: color Is nearest. If
Rough and the Line. dress Is of a brownish color soils: the V . -V .' '
old gamekeeper on chameleon's. 1
estate, says Sir WE SELL WE BUY
In "Sport In the Th. Rul l Thing.
was sixty years old "This." said the young benedict who
and was very was just realizing that he had caught HAY HIDES 1
SHINGLES, arerllle. with char tartar, ".. what I call real married
sent theold man* Ufa." GRAIN. FURS
I NOVELTY and a pineapple. ."I'm glad! you're satisfied with something -- FERTILIZERS <
two met Sir Grevllle she snapped."Oh WOOL J
I'm not! I
be' liked the fruit merely meant to Inform SHINGLES "
E GENERAL BUILDING ." answered the you that It is not Ideal."-Phlla- AND 1

i plums was* good but lelphla Ledger. -, ORANGE BOXES .. .
of the turnip." .
i .;> > Free Delivery to.All His Good Action.A ORANGE WRAPS '
\ little Canadian boy went to bed
*i; Motives.the kind hearted and then suddenly recollected that behadn't VEGETABLIrCRATES _COUNTRY ,,1
done one good action that
a piece of pie two NA\LS\ PEODUCE
have been sending His conscience was gnawing at him. .
Be heard a little squeal In the corner
friends here
I.f ,his room and he got up and 'released , '
(U S IOtIOtIOt>tOgOtfOtHk Ibgpta>Ia>IO as fa> > Injustice, ma'am a mouse that had been caught We sell field and garden leeds of all kinds.

C. A.,CARSON. .1. A. CRANFORD. hobo. "Dem lID the trap. Then he gave It to the 'We give special attention to- fitting out huntlh and camping .
Pr. de.t. v...... ..... I enemies." gays rat parties.
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Free delivery in city limits. Phone No,; 12. .. ;
Expensive Fiction
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask for
".. (bat picture really a work of us circular .'
KISSIMMEE the Quotation. art 7" and. prices, on fertilizers. !. ;t.
i, i ," said .ttte fair one "1 don't know. replied) Mr. Cumroz.
wear your heart "but the story the dealer told pie '

.. , about It surely waa." Washington' : .
bewildered and star *>. Y-.-" PIONEERPLUMBING /
It Rough and bU cuff .
It 'was my. red ran Enwrgh, '
noticed.." he timely Thrifty, la aher

H PINE Plain" Dealer.. discourse"Thrifty;;!.r. I merely won't till go you Into that a long she SHOP 'J: i

"banks' money la-,J>ecemb ."--..Washington - > "
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to leave It early, "For $200 1'1'fl. your teeth so .
our bodies every. chew jrlthrodlffl .iltj."r"If ; '
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( Cypress is well known as the wood that successAll our posts are smoothly* cut to even dimensions ':I

c'' 'i fully withstands the action of sun- -. wind and, rain.: by the-band. saw process in sizes and 'prices as ,

. h That part of the =cypress' tree-known as pecjcy, though follows: l t*

t defective for the better grades of lumber, comes :fromthe :

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6 6 6ft 27c 6x6--7ft. 32c 6x6--8ft. 35c
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t NEW BUILDINGS convention. Dr. Nowlin who was here FOR SALE-40 acres of land quarter: ANYONE anywhere can start a mail i{r.
I some time ago in a meeting, will be of mile from postofnce, half-quarter:' order business at home. No canvass ">
present and speak. Mr. Arthur Flake, Classified AdvertisementsAdvertisements from school and church, in small rail- ing. Be your owh boss. Send for free i.'f
who ia one of the field secretaries of the way town 3 miles from Kissimmee, I booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A.2144, "
Are Springing Up in Every Part Sunday School Board at Nashville'will .good land plenty bearing: oranges for I Lockport. N. Y. t! t
deliver an address each day. .He is an family use and some for sale, fine orange I
'pasts;; of thin lily.. expert S. S. and.B. Y. P. U. man. Hon. inserted land and some excellent truck IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola
'!-"ark Trammell! and Lee, McDonell and are'! under this the rate 5 peataper ing land 4-ropm house. Price $1,600. Lumber Co. They'make them any

'" .That"the growth of Kissimmee has Pres..H..W, Tribble will also be. on the t. ,line each.. insertion. ' ..: 40 acres, 2 miles from city limits of Kis- size and Ur\4 you want and make them .
.' not ceased with the approach of summer program. t simmeet-4-room house, 20 acres cleared to fit. GilSc them a trial 7-tf i.
I Is evidenced by the many new i The prospects: for a great' conventionare and fenced,'about an acre and a '
r7 AN intelligent'person ,
? that In the of :. G. HANKINS-Safes and vaults. may earn $100 .
buildings are course con- very bright! 'Kissimmee. willwel FOIL SALE half of bearing orange trees, 20 acres monthly for
": atruction in different parse of pers. No'eanvassing. Send for .'
and every day we'' learn of a new con ; guarantees every state- and fto ers. Price $1,600. This is par-
W. G. HANKINS in fixtures I >
-Any thing ticulars. 3
Florida ms Syndicate 2245.
} ment he makes
.tract 4 being let for the erection, of a Numbered Among. the Angels. concerning owned by an Oregon man, who will Loekport.; N.Y. 'i'i"M'
dwelling, and in each instance it is for SOME real estate and backs them with the I aeH on terms if desired. J
by some family who has' O"n I choice propositions for colonization hard cash. Write him for Informa- 120 acres of fine land, 4 XIE our health drink; "Is-! ;
....y occupancy Monday morning at 4 o' purposes. Downing Realty Co.20tf on pretty lake II ; new a ;
tion. 20-tf
lately.moved to our city. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. miles from a town of 2,000; people, 2 splendid spring tonic, as well as a :
h ,y.' Contractor W. F. Allerton was given: I' FOR SALE-Full blood Rhode Island miles from small station two splendid pleasing and satisfying beverage. )
the contract thie week to build a concrete M. J. Baas, in Mulberry, the soul of W. G. HANKINS-Computmg: scales I : Red eggs, $1 for 15. Mrs. T. C. groves: one of 8 acres and one of j We also serve all the other popular

bungalow on Verona street for little Merle Lorane took its departureto I Fouts, cor. Mabbette and Alden sts., 9 acres, oranges, grapefruit and tan drinks and ice cream. Edick & ,
7 Mr. II. F. Beuter, a handsome residence join the band of angels who sing IF YOU want a good mjlk, cow, apply Kissimmee Fla. 19-U gerines land fenced hog-tight into O'Brien. l -tt- I'
on Mabbette street for Mr. S. S. praises around the throne of Jesus, the to J. R. Gilbert. T 19-tf sections, 3-room house stables, barn -- --__ . _ .
y. Buzza, and a atone storage: house in the i IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola) I etc. These groves: are owned by- a FOll 1
li t yard of Mr. L. H. Cahoon in North Father who said "suffer little children-1 FOR SALE-Two Florida raised ponies. Lumber Co They make them any Kansas man who will sell for $12f>00, HUNT:

Kissimmee. all of which the contractor to come uhto Me and forbid them not,1. Inquire at this office. 21-tf size and kind you want and make them on most favorable terms, so that they DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.

,, expects to complete within the next for of such is the kingdom of heaven" fit. Give them .a trial. T-tf I will pay most of purchase price and Ir. _
m two months. Merle was the only child that had been t I WRITE Downing Realty Co. for any give a man the chance to own an excellent ,
i4'' And the other dozen contractors in sent to bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. I information concerning Florida. All FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and I income property on most favorable FOR RENTA suite of rooms TII1 1
the city report that they are "up to Bass, and had just entered her ninth I j letters.. answered promptly. 20-tf ''grapefruit grove about three miles terms,, and the property will Main and Oak streets. Mrs. E. I
their ears'* in work and expect to continue year, with every promise of a happy W.-G. HANKINS- ---Sectionaf cases.-- -- from. Kissimmee, on railroad. Will I soon sell for $16. sell at a bargain. Address W. H.
so during the entire summer and a great opening for
i\* and useful life when the>t call came for someone. FOR KENT-Desirable 7-room cottage,
Arnold, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf
fall. her to enter the home God has preparedfor KING Quality shoes for men at Cash About 3 acres bearing grove, inside corporate ,nice shade, pretty home-$15 .
During 4910 there were something all who love 'Him and keep His commandmt"nta. ? Store. 1-tf SPLENDID ) Business Opportunity-We limits, near the lake all in month. See !lelsons about, it, over per
over one hundred and seventy new bearing trees, mostly and
Merle's remains were granges\ Citizens Rank. 20-tf
", buildings erected in Kissimmee, to lay brought to this city on the 1 o'clock W. G. HANKINSFilingcabinetq. have for sale a well established good: grapefruit, but some tangerines _
nothing of."the hundreds that were repaired train Monday and laid, in R08 paying business: choice location, excellent room house. All for $3,00") ; terms 7'1 ROOMS'TO RENT-Either single or hen
Sy and during this year it is expected hill cemetery on Tuesday morning at CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low lease. About three thousand desired. 'suite; suitable for light houselist,
that number will be increased 9.30 o'clock, the funeral being held' pnces. See or write H. Fleming' for dollars required to purchase stock, 11.22 acres, adjoining the city limits keeping. Apply te Mrs. A. A. Simp- '
by at least half. During the past from the residence of her grandparents,. particulars. 40 tf good willthrown in. Best of reasons about 4 acres splendid trucking land on. 8-U \\
for Full
month many who spent the winter here : Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Baas. Rev. W. W. G. HANKJNS-Sho* cases of all interested selling. ,.' Nelson particulars ready to plant crops, balance otJand
have returned to-their Northern homes parti Realty excellent for citrus fruits
id. ; H. Funk of the Methodist church per- kinds. 5-room WANTEDWANTEDLarge
with the intention of closing up their hone e, pretty location, good neighborhood \i
t forming the last sad rites. - --- --- FOR
+41i ,' business affairs and move to Kissim FOR HONEST and square deals in all, SALE-163 acres, twelve acres Price 1,350; time on half or tract of land in .
cleared balance land with
mee, recognizing: that they can earn a '. kinds of real estate, call on or write good pine more if desired. Splendid! purchase. either Lake, Orange, Polk or Osceola
C f *i t- jiving in .this locality with much less Good for Ten Years. _W. H. Farmer, Box 822. 16-tf clay subsoil; about 200 bearing NELSON. REALTCOMANY,"" counties, with. good transportation "d '
exertion and enjoy life every day in the orange trees on place. Four room Over Citizens flank 21-tf
L-f-I Yesterday morning while W. H. King, HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes. cottage, good barn and other out I facilities, for colonization purposes.
year. Call and H. C. Stanford ,, Located five miles west ---- --- -- - - Address Roclar, care Valley Gazette. .
: -. -- a well known negro in this section, was see tn. buildings.: I 1--
I driving in a wagon near Campbell a Company. 19-tf I I pf Orlando, on good clay road. For ]

J1WB.Y.P.U. tramp negro met him and asked per- price, terms, etc., address Box -256 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED-Refined couple gentlemen -,, ,: {
mission to ride,. which King readily W. G. HANKINS-Desks and chairs. I Orlando, Fla. 19-6mos-pd for several nicely 4 I
WADE the furnlshed..l" "i't
; F : granted. Shortly after getting into tuner Orlando. rooms, with bath: the best
in Kissimmee Will Be the the grabbedan THE Downing Realty Co. are offering ET M. F., AUTOMOBILE-Run 3400 market ,t' :
r ? Convention wagon tramp negro SEE )OWNING for in can afford. Corner Main and $
bargains .
axe and struck King on the head some real bargains .in orange groves miles, looks like a new one and runs I real Pacific street. ''60tfThe
"eld |une 6-8. rendering him partly unconscious, and and five and ten acre truck patches. better has top, windshield; speedometer estate. 20-tf ,

; then went through his pockets, taking Write for prices. 20-tf eight-day clock, chimes horn, 1 I FOR fresh- fish, phone the Hull Bass Kissimmee 1
t. The BapU.t.Young People's Union of seventy-Jive cents. King was not hors metal tool-box, two extra! shoes, one i Market, No. 189. 19-tf Library. j.
1', the Baptist church of Kissimmee Is soon de 'Combat for long, and soon got up, FOR bargains in resident property extra tube. Will sell or trade for - ---- -- n. The Kissimmee Library offers to its
to be tne. host of the State Conventionof when the tramp again picked up the truck lands and orange groves call on town property. Address, E. M. F., GET H. N. BRATTON to lrive< your subscribers a list of four hundred
IL M. Breaker Fla. 4-tf over
y that organization. The Young People's axe and started toward him. King saw _, _u-..Kissimmee. Gotha Fla. - lOot.- I artesian/ wells. 43-tf books by the best authors, any or all of ,.;;;
S Union has not been organized i in at once that he was no match for the H. Cl: STANFORD CO, are agents for \ -' which you have the privilege of reading
t A Florida many years, but the union has other negro and ran, going to Mr. J. the celebrated Hannan shoes fqr FOR SALEA five-acre tract and I FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull i for only $2, which N'' ,
secures a single
y .teadIl1/ wn since its. first convent where he the three lots in Zephyrhills Colony. Bass Market.. No. 189. 19-tf ,
r F..O'Cerry's men. 19-tf : _. . membership, or $5 for
1 S) S a family, mem .
r Uon. The l local union has always taken facts to the sheriff. Deputy Sheriff Five-acre tract located H miles from SEASONABLE 'fruits bership. Capt. 'r,
Trench the
and librarian,
y 'an active interest in the work of the Charlie Prevatt at once left with hisbloodhounds W. G. HANKINSTypewriters.SEVERAL depot, and good fruit land. Two lots Edick & O'Brien's. vegetablesat 15-tf will issue you a membership card for i 1 ,
attended the annual onjenth ave., one of the best residence -
union and has conventions l for the scene, and the dogs the above amount. in State '
In large and enthusiastic numbers. quickly finding the "trail: followed the GOOD WINDMILL out- streets in city, and one lot fur- CARPENTER jobbing and repairing, Bank building. Library g-tf ,
; negro until 3:30: in the afternoon, whet fits to sell. Mill. tower, pump tank ther out. Will sell the five acres and paper hanging. D. B. Calkins, Ad- .,? .
Mrx Gam Lupfer, who is president of he was located at Drew-Miller's turpentine everything complete. S. H. Bullock, three Iota for $250, if taken within erhold St., near Orange st. 17-tf '

-' .* the local union. Says that there will camp. between this" city and Taft. .g-tf. the next SOdays. Address Box 568, MUTTON fresh, fat and fine at the ittABlf ..... \\/1
-- ---- Kissimmee, Fhr' ,. 19.4tpdFORE
250 in
tM or more messengers Prevatt immediately placed
probably the three sessions of under laU-r had him in King Quality .hoes before buying Rull Bass, Market, phone 189. 19-tf 4f/;
Klssjinmee during him arrest IUd SERE
the convention. The convention meets jail. The quick work of Mr. Prevatt Store. -1-tf CHAI4GE-160 acres of land WOOTV per strand. $1.25; five strands 11 Florida. (Grower> ..! ; ,]
D' June &&* *" In 1andfiiK this negro tough single- : jn Tennessee for a 10-acre: lot with a 575. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf
A committee.will be appointed at the handed demonstrates that the sheriff IF YOU WANT SCREENS.. Osceola I house on It near Kissimmee. Address Forraokersandfruit Kr' >W0nU For I', ;- .
meeting of the union tonight: to canvass made no mistake when.he choose him Lumber: Co. They make them any Wm. H. Farmer "The Square Dealer CARPENTER. JOBING and repairing. I- 'Ida.folks who..want to know about Floe ,t
"* the town and secure homes for the vis as deputy and that hr will rood be- size' and kind you want and make them /' Kissimmee. Fla. . < .. 22-tf Good work. See James, Church St. .I' me.W.I'seed"Los.00 for per a ton.rear Issue"onth-trial 'I i ,'
Itora. .The people of Kissimmee lire come the equal of his father in the trailing t iIL Give them a trial. ._.. 7-tf near Main St. 46-tf. sub.orlptloa. serif Bright.Cku.THE ., 4',
asked oncoming to extend Bap their la Peo- p1a The and capture of criminals.!, .- GROCERIES.-We a.rr1.iu111in"of -Sign. Auto Carriage Painting. I FOR EXCHANGE-80 acres of land FLORIDA UROWE4) "' .'"

?tlu groceries and our stock is always guarantee .all worjt.; Let me figure near Sheboygan, Mich., for property .. .. 1
t will start its work Monday. -SOO Florid *** .;Ta ,Fle a
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JThere are quite a. number of distlnv Large desk blotters tor sale at this fresh. City, delivery Edick .ilk with you 01'1'that. job,, P.. O. wx in or near Kissimmee,,.W. H. Parmer, ..j

fuisbed Baptists on the program of this office. for 10 cents. : O'Brien.. ..._ ,. ..:-J. Cl:. ,..-189--Kissimmee, Flat;;: "'" "" "16-tf. square dealer! ;, Kissimmee, Fla. 19-tf .' \,
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