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: July 26, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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End of'',Celebrated Shaker 'Case : - -- ... -. /" I

; BUILDINC( INSPECTOR NARCOOSSEE''WILL.
"You've .
''Brother" .. Got the Best Town! in the :t
Egbert Gillette. : 1

i'IL', '" NEEDED SAYS ,SWAGE TAKE ON< NEW LIFE Country.. Tell Them About It:,". (. ::',J f ,'!.:


,Greeting of Sisters Upon Hi Return to the Colony Were i,

.. {( Filled With Gladness. : Ordinance Should be Changed Ohio Corporation Buys. Lands That's What Harry Hunter. Thinks; About. Kissimmee and What, 'I" ti''

Hq Saf31 In Speech Before Board .
I of Trade. /'
With Regard to Building Material ,,'J:
The celebrated Shaker case has been express it, "take up the cross" If Primarily for Purpose of f.
disposed of-the second grand to there is Permitted Within Fire Supply : "Boost; and .
jury I any dissatisfaction then or at keep on boosting; you've ,
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consider the facts having failed to return any subsequent time, the member may'I Limits of Kissimmee. ;I String' of Stores With got the best town in the country, and I"I j to make this road a good road in a ain "" P

an indictment against Egbert; Gillette withdraw and take his goods with him Florida 'Products Direct. you know it; if you know it (and you gle day. {
| for the killing of Sadie Marchant. I to the amount that he originally con I I] Kissimmee should have a building inspector From Field do) then tell the other fellow; let-him | The subject of good road waa brought '

l''i Gillette was discharged Saturday and tnbuted. without interest and would have one right away In, and tell him about I it. If you don't i 1 iup at Monday night's/ meeting of the 4I(

returned to the Shaker colony, near:, The Shakers as a sect are wealthy. if'H. Edmond Swabey could appoint Megsra. Jenkins & Woodham, local think this is the best town In' Florida, < Board. Hon.' Arthur Donegan had said I
Ashtfl. The sisters greeted his return i They hold what do that there was no need to talk of '
i valuable property at f eban- one. surveyors and engineers, are engaged you keep on coming back here good 9
quietly, but with unfeigned. evidencesOf i non. New York, and at other places.? I II Mr. Swabey has filed strong protest in surveying the old Fell tract of land forT Every time I come (down 'here roads, until there was money In the "

gladness. "Brother" Egbert- had I ; They have 7,000 acres near Ashton, and before the Board of Trade against thei which has been purchased by The Nar-' even in summer I have to engage my county treasury with which to build .. i
never committed any wrong In theirf ,; there are,only six Shakers.in! the colony i provisions of the present ordinance and coosseei Farms and Townsite Company. sleeping car accommodations in ad- them. He favored the issue of half a .\

opinion, and having been vindicated by I proper. Israel Welnblatt had but re- I the Stoppage of w 'rk oo the residenceI This; deal Was consummated some vance'. The trains are always loaded million dollars worth of bonds tQ do

the second grand jury they feel now 'cently arrived from Russia when he I( being erected by him on Orlando ave time since, but by August first it is expected with Florida people, coming back to work.

that he will not be molested further."I I' beard of the Florida colony of Shakers, nue. that the lands will be mapped Kissimmee. Something in that, .isn't The subject was broached by ;r y1 .
never want to be connected with i'!' He applied for membership while Broth- The interference came about under andready for the market. Narcoossee there?" Parker who read a piece of verse the'i'i;

another'celebrated' case," said Brother i' er Gillette was in jail Gillette gave I authority: of the building ordinance, the, is situated on this property, and will With such 'as this did Harry Hunterof a Virginia paper. The gist of the !

Egbert with relief In his tone "I am instructions for him to be received and use of all materials being forbidden ex undoubtedly profit greatly by the activity. the Hunter Land Company enter ping was that nature had provided I I

confident that no further action will 1 I' retained until the jury acted l in his owTi" cept those enumerated Mr. Swabeywas The company, of which Mr. C. tain and enthuse the members of the. materials in plenty for the l ''Ii
ever be take*?; I knew all along that j case and he was released. Weinblatt I using asbestos shingles, and it hap W. Uruns of Cincinnati, is president, Board of Trade Monday evening. of Good roads, and it only remained for J;
nothing would be accomplished! by the! could make that The discussion the people to take advantage of the '
scarcely himself understoodI pens asbestos shingles are not and C. E. Denig of Narcoossee, southern of the lake front im i a :
investigation ; I regret only that the> i I i in, English; and had no conception of I mentioned in the city laws. The omission manager, owns 7,100 acres of landin provement was up. Mr. Hunter and supply and do the work. Judge Parker ,

people of the county ftave :been put to i Shakerism or what the life meant. He I ,woe probably that of oversight that vicinity and are negotiating for his associates have just closed a deal 1 thought the sentiment of the verse. '

all of this needless expense." : has been at the colony ever since. He rather' than that of intent, for it wouldbe Similar acreages. The original plot of wr.ich gives them more than a mile of 'applicable in Osceola county, ..1.., as it .

11 Gillette went on to say that the chargethat i ': now speaks intelligibly; and intelligently' !I hard to find a more non-combustible 7,100 acres Is being surveyed in order to shore line, which will be extensively) was in Virginia. He adhered to .the ,, L'.:
I/ he killed Sadie Marchant was absurd and writes well also. But being of (I I material than aabestosI : : divide it into ten-acre tracts, as well as improved. Mr. Donegan suggested idea/hat muck and sand would make a \ 'J"
._ that such could be ',Jewish faith he that Mr. good road, and it would be o' (
Hunter
; charge never cannot accept the Shaker I The failure of the ordinance to contain 2,000 town lots. When these arrangements might have somethingof unnecessary ,,
proved: that he had done' nothing more version and he will leave shortly for I any reference to asbestos shingles; ', are completed, the lands will be interest to communicate.. Mr. Hunter I to put the county to any great expense 't
in the prenllsea than physician i New York. He has I stated upon to build roads ; If use were made! of
any a sister and brother ; however, was sufficient ground for the put on sale, and Mr. Denig states that rising that he was not .J
would have done-he 'had given chloroform '' in Philadelphia. (I city to obtain a temporary restraining u great deal of the property has been fully prepared to give out the plans ,, the materials by the roadside the roads ,+.t;:;
to relieve pain. He talked qf the Life at the Shaker contemplated for could be wonderfully Improved without .
colony is very rim- order from the court and stop building optioned. The Narcoossee Farms and the improvement of ,
case freely, alluding frequently To> pie and arentlyvery peaceful. Each activity on Mr Swabey's house. Hence, Townsite Company is an Ohio corporation the property, but he could assure the I much: cost. '

"lofty motives" and "conceptions or: person is known by the Christian name 'I that citizen's conclusion that Kiseim- and i 18 somewhat unique in its board that it would be improved in a It was then that Mr. Donegan made

right. without prefix. There is no superflui I mee needs first a revision of its building makeup Bruns Bros, of Cincinnati manner which would add much to the I his little speech. He was in favor of

He wee asked if Sadie Marchant was i interchange of talk.' "Yea" and ordinance and next a building in- are large wholesale grocers the business attractiveness of the town. good roads, he said, but he was in favor
a Shaker. "That fine was," he s., id, "Nay" are sufficient reply to questions, I' spector. being conducted on a co-operative I, "You have been talking about im jof making them permanent and tads

emphatically. "She knew more Shaker- without elaboration or explanation. Aside from his own unpleasant basis having allied with them some proving your water front." said Mr. '' dung some of the burden of the cost on ,
lam than I, do She was a well read I The meals well and expe- Hunter "Let 'I the next generation
are prepared are rience, llr. Swabey thinks that Kissimmee four hundred retail grocers in Cincinnati me urge you to do it, who would share
woman and a deep thinker." A pause,, wholesome, but consist mostly of theo I I should provide the place of I us well as some two hundred more and do it right. Spend all the money !| in the benefits of all permanent improvements ' .

and then "The idea that I would d products of the Shaker farm, milk, inspector without delay The building town scattered through other parts of Ohio necessary to do it right when you start that were being made now. ?

that little girl any harm I I built alight i '' butter and vegetables. The Shaken : growing at such a rate that the council is and Indiana. The main idea of getting at it. It will pay you, don't forget I When Mr. Donegan had concluded Pres i

boat for her personal use ; I got are not vegetarians in a strict sense, '' committee having such matters in this Narcoossee property, which (is virtually that. I wish you could see what we've (ident Stanford asked him to take the ,

up many' a night to keep the fire going; but they are so inclined ; meat has but charge hasn't the time to give to the owned by this co-operative system done in Minneapolis We have built a I chair. "You've got on my hobby now," a,
;)l An the \tove down stairs no that her a small in their said he, he
part regimen. A silent proper inspection of buildings was to be able to procure producefor marvelous city there, but we went as took the floor.

."tx>m might be kept warm by the pipewhich prayer, each member kneeling before--I it is not enough he thinks, for a casual their various stores. When the about it on a liberal scale; we put the 1 Mr. Stanford then proceeded to promulgate J

ran through her apartment above;; his seat at table, is the custom at meal inspection to be given the buildingsin truck farms are in operation it is the money in, and now it is coming back. I his idea. It was all right to i iI
there was nothing that I wouldn't have hour.
course of construction. All the materials intention of the promoters to rush the "You have a great; chance to make a i I issue bonds he said, but in the meantime at
done for her peace and comfort She i the acredge under cultivation is small to be used should be carefully crops to the Ohio city in mixed car lots beautiful city here, and a big one j the roads were in a bad fix and _
lived with us here at the colony six; compared to the actual area covered bj 1'needed Immediate
inspected and matter to conform to the 'thus dying away with the tbmmlasion Every big city began with a few thousand attention. There was
.' years and three months, and the doctors '', the holdings of the colony, yet It isi : req ;irements of wisely devised ordi- merchant's profit, and put the fruitsI people. Mr. Hamilton, the gentleman | no money at the command of the county
had given her only four months to'i enough for two or three men to look j i and vegetables on the Northern who is associated commissioners with which do
nance before they are allowed In construction I mar ; with me i in to the
Hve when she came here Brother after.. There area bearing banana \ kets direct. After the Cincinnati dei the purchase of this lake front proper I needed work. He thought it entirely j .

r. Gillette shook his head impressively at' grove.oT two and une tourth acres, an --- i pot. and distributing point has been established ty here, laid out the city of Vancouver. I feasible to get the Work done by volunteers. .
the recollection. acre of Dineaooles., two citrus -- .
acres in
another branch will be See the wonderful growth of that city. r
; He was asked about the doctrine ofeuthenasia fruits, one acre of'gaitlen truck .
some I opened at Dayton O. These stations Only a few years ago they had no morepeople "If I can get two hundred or three
; was it peculiar to the Shak- peacli'trees' two hundred chickens NO NOMINATION YET. ,
two i
will
take of
there hundred
care marketing the than
prod you have here today.I men to volunteer their services .
! : ers. "All bosh 1" he said. "The Shako hundred head of, .
cattle .
and
,;t'' an apiary. ucts of the Narcoossee farmers and say that you have, just as much chanceto for, one day," he said, "we can put'' ";; ,
have such ,
era no doctrine That's The ia of theTrioat
place
t' just one desirableto grower Mr. Denig is now, at work build a city here. I believe in Kis that road running through Osceola from :', lv.
J one of the newspaper' stories in be found in this The Democratic ie'
con section The housesof National Convention ,, .
. ., : on! some deals pertaining to the' enlargement simmee. I believe in it to the extent Orange to Polk In first class condition::'''..
nection with" this case. There's -nothing the colonv are located on Lake Live in session at Baltimore of the company's holdings; that I've invested a quarter of a million We can do It; there's no doubt about ;: '

r* to It. Oak, and there'are eleven other lakes I held an aU night session, and ad- i and expects to announce soon that a here, and I hav n't Vaken a cent it. I believe we"can get the volun "Ti.. !
ly Then he was aod. why it was that lying on the place, all connected, and
t' shown journed at 7 o'clock this considerable acreage adjoining his out. Everybody who come here believes teers. I'll gladly give a day myself,
i he had no interest in the outcome filled with fish, morning ,
: mostly speckled
perch i property has been secured. It i is the In it. All of our agents who and hire a hand also. I don't expect to i
'3 of the V P since the first grand and black baaa.I until 4 o'clock this afternoon.
jury I I intention of the promoters to replat the come here are impressed with the great do much work myself, for I'm not zn
:: had pa e\upofi it. He had not even A deal is now pending for the sale of ; The last ballot taken before adjournment accustomed I' ,
I townsite of Narcoossee '
: '' j and make many opportunities here and all of them are to it, but I'll see that it's
I{ .commu c 'd with his attorney 'the tract. Deacon Ezra I I if>
concerning Stewart
has I II resulted as follows : improvements on the old survey. Jenkins going to build homes and live here. done. This Idea is not original with t ;
i it. "I knew that I! i
would been in New
nothing York, conferring with the Champ Clark 440 & Woodham will be in "When I talk land me. I got It from
4 1-2 ; Wood- engaged to a prospector, I one of the Western .
of it he albs
coma "I had that central :
assurance. I ministry at Lebanon. Several the work for some three or four weeks tell him that 1 selling him the papers. The plan is
?1 ." It came about In the offers have been made row Wilson, 324; Judson Harmon am cli practicable, for It "; ; .
course and It J
is
likely
yet. Thev are at present maintaining mate. That's what some /people have was carried into effect Some time ,. lI l-
.i of conversation that his assurance had that one of the several will be accepted.The 148 ; Oscar Underwood, ago
t three crews on the property and striving said, anyway; let them say so. Be proposed that,we build a road, from
come from the spirit world. Sister Elizabeth 117 1.2. There
colony will not be discontinued were
scatteringvotes to get everything in readiness for glad that we've got a climate that we Tallahassee to Tasnpa by way ot Jacksonville
Sears was the medium throughrWhom here ; the probability Is that a certain for favorite sons; no nomi the fall opening.We 'I can sell; let's' be happy that we've got In a day. It can be done. I'm ''' 1
the spirit had spoken. It had will
acreage be reserved and the
colony nation. It was reported this such a fine climate that people want to going to COffer with members of this
bade him have no fear that all ,
; would continued and enlarged. All
t' be well. That wassail h.., wanted. ia vested (in the cenOal ministry authority, but if morning that Bryan had been are receiving u'eats for copiesof buy it, and are willing to pay for it."There's board and find out when a suitable day't:
nominated but the Valley Gazette by every mail not a man here who doesn't will be, and I'm going to call for volun '
Brother this ,
Gillette has in I
r no doubt concern- the Florida Shakers do not want to proved error ,
return now, and nearly all of the parties state believe in the future of Kissimmee and teers. If the'people of this ,count;
the
) jtng genuineness of communications to New York, they will not be required upon investigation. that who isn't are in earnest about
ie they intend coming to Florida in proud of the fact that he building good roads
with the
spirit world he has had to do and .
several so, none of them wants
will have
,. the fall.range lives here. You know you are; then they an oppottmitlto'aDOw' '
evidence, according to hU te ,
own ac- go. tell It."
it to others.
w.t J : !Pt* W lIe be was In the custody of i .
4r; ; sheriff, awaiting the, action of the Pier and Pavilion for Lake Front "Don't go away from here and aay Mr. Stanford said'' that the road re .; ,
first grand jury, he filled A writing book EDEN TRACT TO BE that it's hot and the mosquitoes will 1 ferred to was only 11{ miles long, and" :

'with acc an& of his various communication eat you up if you come down here. It could be easily put in condition in a ' i
:: : from spirit land. He does not Would Be Profitable Investment isn't ao. I left my home In Minneapo day's time, after the plan suggested by'a f

\ 'cvre to pifl-ada these thing; ; he would : DEVELOPED IN FALL, lis last week, and it was hotter and I him.The '

give them no credence himself, he says. had more mosquitoes on my front porchin good roads movement is taking
:. :If he had not had the persona ,expertnee. I Prompt Action Now Would Make It Possible to Have Chaut uqua Minneapolis than the case is here in hold rapidly, and is certain to result In '

'.. ,. Beautiful Grounds Planned Assembly Here for Winter Season.The Kissimmee." practical benefits. President Stanford's'plan t
".,The Shaker colony i Is composed of Eg I I "If you've got any pessimism In your will undoubtedly attract attention ,

''. bert Gillette, elder brother; Elizabeth' system, get it out. You've got the and be watched with Interest In other> 'J

Sears, elder sister; Ezra Stewart, dea : More Than a Milelof\ Shore Line Improvement of the lake front for the'assembly. and sell the grandest country on the globe right counties as wall as In Osceola. .
is the question of the hour in Kissim here, so boost, boost and keep boost '
coil J Amanda Tiffany, Mary Daniels, to Be Dulkheaded for Su I tickets to make it self-supporting. A on >
4, ,Sadie McClure, sisters, and Israel Wein- mee. The lake is Kfssimmee's greatest ehantauqua held here during the winter ing. )1'

1'"el-eWriy, burban- Residence dividends asset,'but have it is an asset upon which would be'a great attraction for Klssim- CELERY LADS WON .

Section never been collected. I mee visitors. It would bring the bet-
: who I Is The only thing that the citizens need to I ter GOOD ROADS IN ONE
and
and
, young very attractive. She more Intellectual class. There ,
' nas recently joined the colony. The Meaning more for the civic advancement I do to begin to realize from the fund of are so many people coming to Florida Sanford Team Scored Again .Qrer', :" .
game ia true of of the wealth and pleasure which the possession in winter who I Cow
! Israel Wemblatt. a town than any sale made would prefer to land and Punchers.
1 ',young Russian ;Jew The Sadie Mf r- here in recent years Is the transfer of of the lake has placed within reach remain at one place if they were provided DAY, SAYS STANFORD i=I
: lip i to concentrate! motive I Wednesday afternoon'
chant case the the Eden tract and effort to- with Kissimmee a
t gave colony a scope oft to a company of capital sources of entertainment, *
" Advertising that it had ists, whose I r ward that object. andjthere went down again to defeat In a game ,
never had before purpose it is to convert the are a great many people who
t l and ,the like of which it will probVably property into a residential section, laid A pier and pavilion are the needs\ would keep boats and launches if they Novel Plan is Suggested The with Sanford, the score being 6 to 3. i
with booths celery lads didn't do
out lines for boats and anchoragefor had a great deal
never again have. A great many upon approved by the most a safe place for them. ,
;(" ,applications have been received since practised judgment. larger craft. Simply stated and I "The lake ia Klssimnlee's greatest of hitting, but their swats came at oppol'tune

..,' ,the newspapers began publishing mat: The transaction was conducted: by !'r easy to provide; not an easy thing for : asset, unquestionably. I believe that a Volunteer Workers to be Called times. This timely blngting(
'ter about the the Hunter Land one or two men to' do, low it isn't a I coupled with Klssimmee's three errors t'
colony. Company, which be- strong committee of citizens could go for with Hope of Getting <1
tells
i ) The young woman in question came comes part owner, and was sold by Ar- one-man job-but an easy thing for the to the head officials of the Atlantic Several Hundredto the tale. Tillman the new slab p'
i'' 1 from New York State. She had studied thur E. Donegan; who retains an inter united brain and energy of the town of Coast Line and, Secure the cooperationof artist of the home team was a trifle .
; ', eat The I f Kissimmee. Let's up and at iti I Respond. wild pissing five, but in a measure
". Christian ,Science and is deeply relig purchaser is L. A. Hamilton, that road in building a pier such as "I'
.. ious; she is said to have considerable of Canada, many times a millionaire I "If Kissimmee had a pavilion suites I have suggested. They have such a atoned for hi. erratic control by slamming ,,"'

: money.. 'Under th?. covenanUentered and practical man of affairs. ble for holding public entertainments pier and pavilion at Long Beach, Cal., Osceola> county Is soon to have an out a home run in,, the seventh

:... :- into when the applicant enters tAe Shaker Mr. Hamilton was* for twenty years built over the lake at the end of a pier and It is impossible to estimate the awakening on the aubject of'good roads, I inning. Snedigar of the locals also 4
: land for the we could have a first class chautauqua value of made the circuit on a long biff in the
colony; all property is relinquished agent great Canadian Pacific the structure to that town. if President Stanford of the Board of ,
t .:.for'th6 common good for everything is Railway;and I I. still consulting soil assembly here this winter," said Rev. "Kissimmee could do the same thing.If next inDan .. Both pitchers allowed bob '
Trade
has
A. J. Holt, when the his way. President Stanford few hits and the ..
held In and expert for that subject WItS mentioned action game was fairly ink -.
i common all share alike, but company. He mapped were taken at once the pavilion '', ,
{to.\ ample opportunity ia given the applicant out the city of Vancouver, and has'|J to him. could be all ready for the winter proposes that the road connecting Poland teresting. at laas to some Sanfordlanawho +

_ /: (;determine whether or not' he wishes witnessed that wonderful municipality 1 can get the chautauqua assembly chantauqua. I hope that the movement Orange Coantiea shall be given first were present- Wallace and Lowe ,.., e
,
, main, i with, ,tha, colony and,. as they (Continued on 4) If the citizens will get the pier and the will be taken Op and pushed 'energetically atte tJ a. His proposition I I. to have Tillman performed for tha' upstatateam and',,.. )
page I and
pavilion. to Snedigar
mean say that I will &t- to consummation." I for tha home
volunteer road e'b
w q worksrs, e of them boys. Fred Bass handled tha"
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IJ DIAMONDS ,..JU\, ,/// LAND TO BE FOUND Sies Wouldn't -Go Back to (Untinna'.i i Homes and Investments.


'The pur;st and moat brilliant .. for Anything.A I

pros that have .ever ban shown "It was through; reading the Kissimmee I In Dixieland '

't e7 p\\ .rg i tb. .stock stat of W unmounted. carry'a gtmr very, %,1I'\ Than Kissimmee .Country Valley Gazette that I was Inducedto I '""- . .

,.make mounting to suit. th. pur-! '' come to Kissimmee," said F. S. Sies, .

ba..r, recently of Cincinnati, during a call at I '

tver.- aiKinund we ..!! I. covered' br a written eu rmu.-u You. are Opinion of Mho Has Spent \ the Gazette office! Monday, "and my Having'implicit faith in the future of Kisslmmee, we have
.af. la purchaslns diamonds from us bf ma11... .Prlo.t consistent r '
a Great Many Years in coming will be the cause of others doing made it our home. We have built up a business of which we feel.

W H Beckwith Co. Experimental Work likewise This is a great country; I am '' proud, and trust by honest, fair dealings to merit a continuance \

Jewelry '. and Travel so mucH pleased that nothing could in-I' of a large portion of the real estate business in this sections If

THE HOUSE- OF QUALITY. duce me to leave it .and return to you desire a home in the most favored section of Florida for the

cinnati." I I smallest price that property can be secured for. we invite you to
TAMPA. Phone 698. FLOUIDA. I Broom corn, mature two months after '.' Mr. Sies purchased a place at Pine- call on us.

--110 Franklin Street 'planting, with straw twenty inches dale, and will likely put out an orange I We offer Vacant Resident Property, Improved City Prop-. .

\ -_- long.:was exhibited on the streets of I grove. He has a good piece of land I erty. Truck Farms Orange Groves and Colonization Lands >at f

1 ) : KisBimmee this week by A. t'. Spawn, and is thoroughly satisfied. He has I lowest prices to be obtained. '

-- _ ,_ _. _ of Pmedale, a Kisnimmee suburb. been engaged at the plant of the Kis i I

I "' Tlie corn was planted April 17, and simmee Lumber Company, but an acci : II ----- ''I

was given no more attention. It had dent caused him to take a few days of' r\..v. 601-An attractive homo In 1'ine- Nq.429-Large; lot on which is locate!

4 ANNUAL EXCURSIONJULY no fertilizer to speak of, a single wheel i. unpremeditated vacation. A large piece I dale This |I'UI"'I'Ly| Is just outside of one seven-room and one three-room
home. Large house Is lighted with
I city limits, on high piouml Ho i"e! ;
barrow load of stable manure being the of timber fell against him and strained is two-story mid soot ii l ids.. t'I l a ht uoniH, electriC ty, has toilet and kitchen sink
extent of the fertilization. Only a the ligaments of his chest, and he is I all Mastered) and hard! oil llnlsli, twopui'chpH small house also has sine and toilet. we

small quantity was planted by Mr. temporarily disabled. Mr. Siege\ has a line well' mid liirife barn. will veil this as a whole or separately >

; 2 Spawn, just to see what' the plant number of friends and relatives who This I house J h )located. l on. it 1\\\'e'IICI'e This property is well located, will pay '
I
tract, with I Ix'Butifiil view of the city 10 percent on investment if rented.
would do. The splendid specimens were waiting on his report of conditions J and lake Land in iufnpied. to citrus Price .of both houses $2,000.No. .

TOSAVANNAH which were shown this week prove be- here before deciding to come to I Iruils 'Incl l irucldntf This. property' can

yond doubt that the cultivation of this the Kissimmee section. Since he has I he had for 91300: on very favorable 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just
be made in this' of his teiniHVUI introduce customer to short distance beyond city limits on
plant could profitable given such favorable accounts
GA. $7.50 owner I and let them deal 1 direct. Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid
_ section. observations several of them have I high school, churches and market. Price ,,

CHARLESTON S. C 9.50 Mr. Spawn Is a scientific experimentalist made the decision and are now making No. 463 $ ,(IX'O./ ) -A beautiful BIX- $30.00: ( per fcre- Terms on part if de- i

in agriculture: as well as the manufacture arrangements to invest in Florida land. room cottage, new and l up to date, IIS- a i red
be"ius roof, all modern conveniences,
of food products. He spent Mr Sirs is an example of the truth No. 437: -We are offering some very
: From KissimmeeVIA bath room, toilet, two lavatories, hot
I Round Trip Rate more than seven years in Australia and that a satisfied customer the best advertisement i and cold! water cabinet mad_tel electric desirable resident lots, located three

[ I u considerable time in Mexico. In the that the! section can have. lights. House furnished, complete, in- blocks from Court (House, on nice high
: elevation for $:JOO.) In of alltliese
Alley
- rear
e latter country he experimented with I i ('lulling piano. Nice Mower and! nhrubbervinjard
lots. Cash, or short Letus
Large lot, fronting 147 time.
!:

ATLANTIC COAST LINE I broom corn the ,first planting cutting one-half: he gathered an,acre.From PETIT JURORS DRAWNFor 117 feet fret on Veiolm deep. street A splendid, extending home,hack deliU'htfid show) you these lots. -

_ No JOAn\ attractive home in Pine-
enough!: to make thirty-six dozen brooms location Terms can be arranged -
1al '. Tins is
< < property juut outside of
nod from the second\ thirty-four dozen I on half of purchase !puce.l'toperty .
Tickets; un sale July 211.l Final limit .Inly' 17th j He avers that the corn produced from Term of County Court Begin-I must he Been to be apprt-iiat-'' city two-Htory.limits and on contains high ground.eight rooms House, all is
ed. Let show it t
'Tickets sjooil( on regular tniins ?odor and returning his Kissimmie" experiment is just I us ning July 8. us "> ;jou plastered, and hard oil finish, two
.
"" I line well and large, barn. This
the Mexican No. 30*>. li-room house,
good as product I II Splendid' new house
For information or Pullman reservations. The I following.. \petit jurors have been is located( on a five-acre tract
inside limits fine deep well'
i Mr. : of the opinion that the lust city ),
Spawn is
Coast Line with b..autifnl1" of the
call on nearest Atlantic Agent or I drawn for service during{ the term of I lot (contains two acres of ground, good '" city and
Y. U BhA/LKV: P. A. l development of the section is retarded! , lake Land 11 adapted to citrus fruits /
J. G. KIRKLAND, D.P. A. tin coutitv' court, which convenes JulyS : n'w'barn. wagon and buggy: sheds, all
Tampa, Kla I advertising it as a trucking Rectum and trucking. This property can be
by Fine locationfor
fence.
lumblm (). Ktou..rl.\ .., SM under food( new
)(; .I.I I1 had for $3.815): : on very favorable terms. :
alone ; there are more staple productsto small truck garden or poultry' ninth
:MUlelland. W 1'. lison. S, H. Fi-i Will introduce customer to owner and
be here successfully The I I tins is a line proposition. where< you will
grown let them dial\ direct
-on. C I I.. Milliard. John Lofton. J J. will have the freedom! of the country.

? I country ll..ds farmers rather than :Nee land". 1 It:. A. Bow.'Ii.., \\'. (Prey yet close enough to enjo\ all the adanmgfHoftheiity No. :iH(): -Small farm inside of .
He thinks city
-
truckers a
great many 1.I people
such
\' a* splendid
I :S.; II Fert"Y.. R. Nettles.Transportation . hmitu This property consists. of a fivei .
with little or no experience are !II, d high: school, beat mark'IdIlJrI'h.-,
I ' tract within of mile of
( r< a quarter a
) j: to invest here vuth the idea that thev Committee. etc. True Sl'iiKI l I ilMiiolu High School Small house fine

can get rich in a short time by growing four-null flowing well, land all in cultiatioii -
: FlI'. city \loin on which is located! 11
:fl garden truck for marktt 'lher HI- :II r. (l'. A. I .irwin has selcc'tad hIS ,\"- nut n.''w tive-room rot tJ'I ge. line view \ City is building; very fast in

only a f..wIho succeed, at it. he said MX ,i.iti.* to -"r011 the t r,9nrIarLatI.| >ii[ of the lake. < o,,jl bro/es Till'I prop thin ,direction lots will soon command a
.' ti- ,,;; '. Tra le and ertis located lose to the. piopoaed good price if owner should desire at any
Hoard of
others here without am I commIttee' of the ,
"Many come time to Hub-divide and sell It for
,'" -11' -. residence -
:. .\ 1)1") 'JW money to speak, of, or only enough tn.. i tin >-,< I letions IIIIM been :ipi I.rov..d.l lI electric bargain! : at line$I.ol.,,.on( high Let us level show l lots you. this A purposes 'Price 1500.(

'.':. : make one crop. If they fail the tirt I hey an, .J. :M. Lee i:. I L. I 1...eslev II. propertjNo .

: .iKtSS& i "II j year, which they are likely to do tl...\ ( Mantord 1' A. Vans Agin-w' ,, A. I E. No. :.Wft- Fine garden and poultry
fafr# :Ii2'\ -Aery desirable l-room proposition. This place contains twacres
; fr are then dead broke, and have to go to 1>'>m'gun and Andrew Johnson.WILL < house with 1
cottage, located within one block of new >-room porchesin
i __ ,_ ___ __ _ _
<:'. , .;.-'. .".. work at something else 01 go hack .n Kciola county> court house, in best res- front and one side; fine artesian well
Ps \..... .:l; :; "' J f .1)) home, and they go back with a bail, and RECOMMEND idem section, of city. \House is. new with pump on porch Choice locationfor
jp I I small truck or poultry farm. The
Pountaiss I erroneous i idea! of what can be done i celled throughout; city water; lot 7.x:! *
I: Al fAll 'A i l I Hi' f, .-t. Price" $1,2T). Let us show land if subdivided! into lots is worth the
""
here. this price asked without any improvements.
cottage.BUSINESS
,,\ Nature's; Own SUMMER DRINK\ "Why," said Mr Spawn with .01- 'I Democrat for Position of Constable We are offering! this property' for
LOCATIONS $1.5r.o) terns nn if desired. The
; part
J" phasis. "this is the n.itest: gracing: of Justice Precinct No. 3.
4': Pure Juice of Florida Grape Fruit] town m growing II) this direcnon: andproperty
[ country in tie/ land and could be developed I :No; I 1-J.i: : -We have in thehtart of the will enhance value
\ The. position of ('on table of Justice business section sumo very desirable in very
the finest enter :
_ H just touches the spot and its good for into dairy 109 rapidly.
you too-rr-I
vacant lots which we other for sale
I Precinct No. ;f (St. Cloud) being vacant ,
hundredsof I
should
Kissimmce
commended leading, physicians everywhere for its shipping
by
1 These lots will enhance in value very
wonderful medicinal proptrtlt's. 3,."."." is pure-thats1 j. 111. thousands of pounds of butter every and the County Democratic Executive'committee I I rapidly< These are a safe and profitable ORANGE GROVE

su.-t'-no chemicals, no coloring matll"r-ju 1 the pure year, instead of buying hipped butter having been notified to recommend investment. I'rice and full infor- No. Twenty-tive-ocre\ orange

nectar frol1:1.lJorid..choic: : grape:_fruit. '' The natural grasses here afford the a person to the Hon. Albert mation to interested parties.No. grove; all under good fence. Railroad

I M- Eac.. "' i\. 4 best kind of pasture, and forage plants W. Gilchrist, Governor of Florida,' for 471-A 2Oacre home. This splendid property runs,\through; good grove school; station and church adjoining within

THE GRA.FRU COMPAHT" y'. gtow luxuriously and with little ''atten- appointment to that position, notice is property lies 2 miles north from quarter mile of property. All crops

; ;._. _. AN.....n..aaA tion. This naturally a dairy section hereby given that applicants for that town, is practically level, rich dark gray that can be grown In Florida do well ,on J i
= --=-'I!: "'- I forward to soil with fine colate subsoil 16 this place. If you desire a home in
-.G... a i.. early '- and there are other more substantial position can their names & ; acres
,
write call
cleared and in cultivation, the remain- Florida or on us quick, as this
and lasting lines of industry to be followed Roma Thomas', Kisaimmee, Fla., Chair- ing 4 acres fenced, covered with a good property will not be on the market long 't

-- -- -.. successfully here than mere man of the Committee, not later than'I growth of pine timber with some scattering at the price named. This property we

trucking, and prospectors should be July ith( 1912 when all the names of oak; about H acres of nice young are offering for a short time for $12,600. ..i.
the I in besides. Will sell as a whole or divided into two t
steered from that Idea. applicants will be submitted to thrifty grove bearing num-
She has not the whole Mr Spawn's away practical knowledgemakes Committee and the one receiving{ the btr of fine Japanese .persimmon trees, parts if desired.No. .
I some mulberries blackberries,
peacnes
earth to sell but just choice his opinion valuable He is prepared highest number of votes will be sub two kinds of grapes and a few bananas. 4l;;-- Very desirable vacant lot '

to sustain his ideas with Illustra- mitted to the Governor, with the request -I The buildings are comfortable, but not containing three; acre. just outside

bits of it located in tions that leave no room for doubt. that he commission him as Con- I of great value, consisting or a box city limits In West KUslinmee, good
stable of Justice District No. :t. Each house of 5 large rooms, porch, several pace\ ) to start poultry farm or truck
-- --- -- outbuildings, such as grain houses, tool garden Close to churches and school. .1
applicant must state in his petition that and wagon sheds, stables, etc.' One A biti' 'gain at $17j Let us show you

d FLORIDAOne IMPORTANT NEWS he is a Democrat, participated in the deep artesian well and one surface well. tins lot

will This land adjoins the finest
late Democratic vote orange
primaries,
No.; :IKI-A{ 20-acre tract located on .\
the Democratic ticket at the next gen- grove in the country, growing on the marl road two miles from depot> on 1
TO CALOMEL USERS same kind of land. All kinds of crops .
of the necessaries' of life worth eral election, and is a resident of Jus- grow e cour on this land and it St Cloud road Property has !good

; buying tice Precinct No. 3. is the prettiest pace for a home in this house and three-acre orange grove in {
i bearing. This wfll yield from
section of the There Is fine grove
ROMA THOMAS. country. a
S. J. TRIPLETT
,- A SELECT HOMEA Dodson's Liver-Tone Is a Perfect Vegetable President. line of forest trees on the outside of 1000 to 1200 boxes. of oranges each
- Secretary, Sufficient land cleared and ID
Substitute for Calomel the fence, with a beautiful palm insideof year.
CHOICE FARM 26L'tfire :! the yard, also some thrifty $cedar cultivation to Increase grove to twelveor I
VACANT LOT and U Guaranteed Abso- trees, maples, magnolias, live oaks and fifteen acres and at same time can '.
be yielding any garden truck, desired
lutely Harmleii. Signals. several other varieties of shade trees .
If in search oJ that will I
property bring
OR ACREAGE and ornamental shrubbery and flowers. .
Ward No. 1. Central portion of city, We want to introduce you to the owner results this fall, and at ..times\ while '

Ask .If you have trouble with constipationor one long blast of whistle. of this land and let you buy direct. You extending new grove, investigate tbI8.\/ *.<..
Ward No. 2. North Kissimmee, two can buy it at a bargain and on favorable This property Is convenient to town fly "J<
MRS. SUMMERS biliousness, be careful how you take long blasts of Whistle. terms of payment.No. has marled road on one side, one end. '
; calomel, because /calomel is a form of Ward No. 3. South Kissimmee, three Price $4,200.No. .

LAKEVIEW COTTAGE, near cor. mercury, and if mercury remains in long blasts Of whistle. 8-tf 452--Twenty acres located in Park 402-Fine 20-acre

Clyde Ave, and Penfield, South Kis- the system very long, it will salivateand Gardens; live acres in cultivation, ten inside city limits,oranR'egrovelocated close to schoo
simmee. (Clyde, 2nd ave. west of acres fenced fine 2-inch flowing well.
seriously the and churches This property consistof
injure strongest; person Own Your Own Home.We .
This is conceded to be the best tract in
y Court House, leading south. that ever lived.If forty acres of land, twenty acres of
Park Gardens, owned by a nonresidentwho
l represent the Provident Homes which is in bearing orange and grape-
you need something to start the desires to sell. We will furnish "
fruit trees ten
additional .
acres cleared
liver to working take Dodson'a Liver- Association of Tampa, Florida, and can you with owner's address and you can and in cultivation; good five-room cot-
e assist in the purchase or buildingor deal directly with him. The price i is at-
Tone. It Is a harmless vegetable liquid you tage; two deep wells. This is an excellent 'j t .,1/
tractive and terms be secured
s building of a home which you can can on location, where will have
M which will liven up the liver better of purchase if desired.No. you
ALLERTON & DENIG than calomel! does,and without any bad pay for like paying rent. Call at our part price advantages.the freedom of Possession country life can be with secured city

office and we will explain the pro- 458-Ten acres adjoining city
after-effects. No restriction of habitor on short notice. See this proposition '.f
0 diet is necessary. Dodson's Liver- position to you in detail. limits, on the Orlando hard road. Landis before purchasing. Price, $9,600; terra
cleared fenced and for the
ready
Nelson Co.
--t Cement Sidewalks Tone is as safe for children as it is for Realty plow. The elevation is high, suitablefor on partNo. "

grown people and everybody likes its -- citrus fruits and trucking. This > ,
ta to. Come to the Salt Breezes.The ,property wilt soon be available for res- 465.-$775 will purchase a good
ident as the city is expanding new five-room cottage in Carson Addi- ? t,
purposes
Buy a bottle for 50 cents from KIs- tion. House is located on two lots SOx ",
Bay View Hotel, and The Shelter rapidly. A bargain at H200.00.
ti' simmee Drug; Co., and if you do not 164 feet each, close to the lake, where

PRICES RIGHT TERMS REASONABLEPhone find that it absolutely takes the placeof Sanitorium, Hawks Park, Fla. Openall No. 459-Five acres inside city, clear- you will enjoy the cool breeze from the .
summer. Ten dollars a week for lake constantly. This is one of the
calomel, this drug store will ed, fenced and plowed, ready for culti very '
give well people and twenty-five a week for vation. This tract is near the Aultman best bargains we have on our list, worth* -i
222 you your money back if you auk for jt. sick ones. 20-8t farm, on high ground. $1000.00 takes it. considerably more money than we are *" tasking
24tf for it. We will be pleased to

-- --- Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine No. 443-Ten acres located in Park show you this property.No. 41

Nice Home Close to Lake.No. Company will do anything in lathe or Garden, all under good new fence, land
machine work for you for automobiles, plowed, fine flowing well. All ready to 473-We have two eight-room
j 460-A new 5-room, cottage, two boats, and all other machinery. 15tf get on and start a crop without any de- houses, suitable for rooming or board-
large lots: 60x164 feet each, splendidwell lay. We can offer this ten acres with ing purposes; they have electric lights, is
: the above improvements for the same water and sewer connections; located ,
:i I S. S. BUZZA.SON of artesian water, fifteen bearing price that unimproved land is being sold in splendid resident section. Gall on us l'f-I

orange trees. Call and see this prop Get the HabitSMOKE for In this tract. Our price $1000.00. and we! will show them to you. The .,]
sition. Price $1,200. Terms on Dart if desired. prices ate reasonable, terms easy. .

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IS THE TITLE I 'GOOD ? Is,tha main, Question and should always! be -

The Veterans'' Association met at G. ; answered by a disinterested authority,

all t A. R. hall at 2 with the The TITLE
Diseases f p. m., president GUARANTY CO. t1;

Caused by Impure in the chair and sang"the opening will search,and examine the title to the land: ,which are
or "' you adout to
"America. purchase in
song,. Prayer by Rev, Osceola County ,
elsewhere in
b \pr Florida
and if found to be .
PoisonedBlood.R'ietarseHae'Ent.Laloe.HeNNere. Westcott Song "Red White and good will guarantee_
,
you against loss by reason of I'
,
mortgages liens
,
._ wig Blue," Mrs Depew and choir. Minutes '1t is our business to unpaid taxes and adverse claims. .

..food.. ..1pw....--.61a..d H-aaa search of
( Good Pure Blood wtllmaka yon _.. and healthy.. w. proved. The secretary read notice of of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed the records and. the issue
Certificate
of Title
4 ..u.at. this
r.medy to put parr blID your vein.and toaa ice cream and cake entertainment of I
tha..".tam...rt...U dl__r..ultlnt trot Impure
Ur. cI. It h......d. ar""'aonad .'
tho.ada
01 weud.nil the Presbyterian' Christian Endeavor
.r"-.a. The does
.ara oallo4l..1. R.oerda o'wbeb Title Guarantee Company General r
Society on Tuesday afternoon'and evening Abstract Basinet throughout the State of Florida '

MR*. JOB PERSON LBO REMEDY PRO) AMPUTATION SAWED PROMINENT CITIZBH-8 in the Peckham building New York Abstract to City and County Property made,nd deliverer! on short notice .

.... **"*Ckt & avenue Everybodo invited. Also a
.
f JOE riMOM-l KtUIDT CO.. '
KJttt.ll.. N.C. notice of a reception to be given by the TITLE I :: GUARAN-T-'V' '
Dar..... r eraoa i I wu inablKl I with.bmkUt .,. .... ,COMP'AN'V.' "
out l .
CM the
It ladles of
E8I be
tM ... ,.. 1m : t rrl' Star, to .held -C '
lonaol I '" 1 lam. ruo.lot in Aim.boot.march It 001.......to.pr..d and! pitalntockr000o0.00-. . : .
coDd.uod until o. bill ol mt Ix Iron tb. baa in the Masonic hall Tenth street
down st.ert corner CAKROL
tin...I wu amble to walk. I triM ntiooj _lcI... and "iTltpn4 .. but a IOlid It wra At D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A.JASH, Secretary V.
._ 'GOdDOId to R. JUDSON '
.....and.. PI. On.4ar I wu tslklnc lo a Iri.p4 about ht lni It manUM,km and Pennsylvania avenue, on Thursday TOOMER& REY$OLDS,.General Treasurer. 1'
.. to i'ny .....Joe Rmon'i......,. I WM Counsel
,..r egoa ...... to IIDP....tad I are aaw pariealr/ bought won pom.auia.of u>.nawdr and.....lad It evening, June 27. The following pro- I Home Office, CUbee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. Branch Office }
Kiseimmee'Fla.
JNO. W. JOHNSON. gram waa prepared by Mr. Eaton. LEWIS O'BRYAN, Manager Klsiimmee J Branch

.....loa Pereon't Remedy in old Indian ramady made from the)ulea : Several fide selections on phonograph. I II'- .....---

L otlre.b.gr.em tha full atrencth herba of,tha Bathervd herba,whll.Theaa In thl.harba conditionthuapreaarvlnc are found In tha ndghborhood ; Select reading from "Merchant of Venice .- ,
uf the Tar River In North Carolina, end their medicinal- ." by Byron A. Sill. Duet by Mr. - ---- ,
oualltlaa with were U.,.first Pr discovered; by the Indiana who, left the formula b and Mrs. Ed called "Reubenand I ,
Depew
on fantlly. It la mad.to-day e ectly I Ilka It a ,

,v' waa Pure by Pood thal.dl.p.andI.tuarantadunderth.National and Drug aws to abeolut.ly' pure. l '311 Rachel." Recitation by Blanch ', :

In Mr.. J1>.._n'..Remedy la aold at all Brut; atom Eaton, "Liberty Bell." Song, Ed De- .
*l 00 bottl. $1. bottle for 15,00 or 19 bottle /
10.GU. Purch...a bottle from your druBglet to-d.y for pew, "1 Go to Fight Mit Sligel. Program -
You have a cure within. your reach and you committee Mrs. Frank Williams .,
,
should not d.I.. catting your blood into a Jrao9 MICHELJNQuick
rood, para condition. Mrrita aa for teatlmonlala Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Depew. Adjourned .
and reoorda of many wonderful
cure.made by this great blood medicine. j to meet June 30.
RESed
The.people of St. Clond are making e I

ADDRESS preparations to celebrate-the Fourth of Detachable also

MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY CO., I July. Races and games of all kinds lethe ;;?

An invitation is .
order of the day.
KITTRKIX N. C. ';\, '
.
extended to all neighboring towns. Clincher .
Ked Indian Brand Klda." Pill and Liver Pill tha :
art beat. ,
The clearing of our city lots by order .
r Price ZJc. poyt; -ncl. *....pl.Pr_ '
of the city council Is a great improvement :"

to the beauty of the town. J

Mrs. Warner, a teacher of the M. E. \,

I --- -- --- ------ Sunday school, with her class of SIX- The Qualityof J

teen girls, is camping for a few days at ..
"Old St Cloud." / "

Classified i Advertisements Mayor Colvin/ after a sickness of FUU. i -.
1 ROUND SHAPE 'r .-
some weeks, is seen again on our KORRECT I ( "
J streets. rl V STRONG L J '

yertisements are ,insetted under this head at the rate of S Costa RESILIENT 4'h W

per line. each insertion. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Parker and SHAPE .
daughter of Kissimmee formerly of DURABLE w

St. Cloud, called on friends here Mon-
--1J FOR SALE WANTED/ -The sweetest thing out for day. is ,.
your girl-Fullrtf Greeme Candy- Oxfords Yf" .
fresh from factory. .Kissimmee Drug The ice cream social to be given by 4 wN

FOR SALE. -I'rettv cottage home Company. 33-tf I the Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian M
.. well located and cheap convenient, nix .. well known.
I
- church Tuesday night, was postponed -
rooms home-like.pretty yard We,al..owant very comfortableand to show I FOR: () RKi\T{ until; Wednesday account of Easily Fits Any Quick Detachable Rim '

you the Fleming farm inutile the city ram.
I limits, valuable 5 acre tract excellent FOR RENT -Old State bank building, I
(rouse* fine shrubbery nice lot of on Darlington avenue; four rooms Mrs. B:!. R. Kent leaves Friday for Why No Tools Required _
fruits started and very fertile productive and bath upstairs, three rooms below. her old home in Norfolk, Va. She will i .
land all nicelv for E. G. Vans Agnew, .
arranged Agent. 24 tfi
return to St. Cloud this fall. I
comfort and convenience, for sale at i You IN STOCK BY
a sacrifice price, we want to show : FOR RENTFive room bungalow i in J. D Woodbeck, of Kissimmee, made : '
you. Nelson Realty Company. 23tf center of town. Apply to owner, T.
I I a business trip to St. Cloud on Tuesday .

(tFORSALE--E. M. F.Tourin Car,191'! :! I M. Murphy. 24-tfI last should buy at W. B. MAKINSON CO.

.t good as new. Will Bell, or,exI I DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til I i I II j Mr. Alderman, of Fort Bassenger,
change> for good real estate ; or will I Jer.R. .
I was a St. Cloud visitor
on Tuesday j WHIDDEN'SWhen
soil ,fry 40 h. p. Pullman car. S. S. I a

Griffin. Orlnndo, Fla. 2-tf? : D. WARING &. CO. will rent our Capt. II. H. Fertic and wife, of Whit- ,
'
-- ----- --- house for you. 19-tf tie r, stopped in St. Cloud Monday on .
FOR SALE-Three and P
orange groves ,
- i their to Plant City.
I several hundred acres of land at a way 'i. 1
I FOR RENT-A large you buy a pair of
bargain. Located in Lade Apopka house and five limns or'th
Bros. prospective buyers
section of Orange county, near Gotha K. acres of ground inside the city limits, Korrect Oxfordsyou ll
/'r about one mile from the Runnymede hotel, now owned by Shape
Practically all lake front. J..v; postotlice.
} Bvggs. Orlando, Fla. :22! -tf ,Nelson Realty (\to.: rittFOR I day.Dr. Krape, left for Freeport, ilL, Tues have the satisfactionof PAY LESS FOR BEST


FOR SALE-By owner Z. W. Base RENT-karl: property, consisting' knowing that you
.. ;3 lots 60x133!: making 150x133, 3- of 20 acres of ground It miles from Thos. Drake will open a furniturestore Your Day's Good Work Depends
+ room cottage, for $500, 1225 cash and the city limits; also IS ac-es inside on Pennsylvania avenue, in the are getting every ounce ,'

, j '$12 per month until paid for. If you the city limits., Nelson Realty Co. Cummings building, formerly occupied of value and comfort Upon Your Night's Good Rest
J.' > .wish to see the property phone No. 12-tf bf the A.,E. Donegan Company d
,,f ., 73, Kissimmee. I'Ia. Property I ia that is possible; to put ,
about one mile southwest from depot. FOR RENT-Two modern Hats with Mr. and Mrs Joe Hayward were in '
" **' Also have other houses and lots. and all city conveniences. Apply at the Kissimmee Tuesday. into a paif of shoes It is ,therefore essential that 'you-%

i four tracts of 40 acres each, cheap, Gazette office... 20tfI ,(
,} six miles onto 2tfV'D. I FOR RENT-The--Presbyterian--------church---- I I The reception which was to have have a comfortable, elastic<<; sanitary f felt 'I' r a

1 been last
given Thursday evening by
cottage. Inquire of A. S. Nelson
WARING & CO. will rent you Rev. S. S. Snyder. 22tf.or I the ladies of the Eastern Star, and was mattress.
19-tf
II -- ------- postponed on account of the bad weather L. M. The Princess .
F.oR RENT-Three will be in b -
, FOR dressed poultry phone the Rull I room house, ; held the Masonic hall ;
I
\, stable chicken house, garden and corner of Tenth street and
Bass Market No. 189. 19tfMUTTON Pennsylvania Mattress is '
. land just outside city limits. W. H. WHIDDEN guar
avenue, Thursday evenlnl'"meB.
----- -- -- Jones at ice plant.

_. fresh, fat and fine, at the S. Marshall is erecting a large anteed to be made of.. ..... r
t Rull. Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf barn on his 5-acre tract, Georgia avenue
" FURNISHED Cottage for Rent & CO.THE sanitizedmaterial '
r and Seventeenth carefully
street. Mr. Marshall 1
We have .
i, WE-Have listed aorne of the most desirable a delightful cottage six
. ' property-"rr') the market, both rooms, well located with fine view of has done considerable improving in the
into
fiity and county, which we offer at \lake, good neighborhood, to rent until way of clearing. woven
i, : the lowest prices to be obtained October the first, at $20. per month. SHOE OUTFITTERS -
We also The Ladies Aid Sobiety of the M. E
There ia no padding of prices by us, want to rent the Earl property .
: every piece of property sold at exact both the places in town, one church will hold a food sale on Saturday '
20 acre farm on Shingle creek. and will also have for resilientk "
* price placed on it by the owner. sale a recipe '
Nelson
Ft t X Write. your requirements and we Realty Co._ for an eggless, butterless and milkless '
I f '' will do our best to please by
you :
< FOR cake, a sample to be
given to all
. SALE-Large Parlor and purchasers -
; Organ
W bowIng just the kind of property
you THOU SHALT NOT SWfAMunicipal R
Nom'", ., 'desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf soon.Household Gds. C., very W. FLEMING cheap if .sold of the recipe at lOc; each. i a It is the superior ol many and,the.equal l of any' :

\" f 26-tf West Oak Street. Mrs. James Johnson, who has been _____ / mattress {for which required t $15 '
t you are to-pay; or
./ FOR ,
: SALE-Three r 'e i dencea. One i is in ,
visiting her uncle Mr. Z. Enforces the Anti-
for Judge
Eureka addition, $600 in Barager, less. The Prite-of The
Lilly' -
Princess
; ope $10 '
.. addition $1'enn. one i in !,,,?.' adds. the past two weeks, left on Tuesday to onlY; < 'r. '
Modern Cuss Ordinance. ,
Up to Date Home.
., tion, 2600. Waters & Carson Grocery 'I return to her home at.West Superior, We have been engaged in the'maauiactu 61 l'
Company. 61tfMISCELLANEOUS No. 4643500.New, modern six- Wis. Mrs. For the benefit of those who are of
Johnson
. leaves swore: than for than 22 oUr:
We
mattresses all of I
the that and then more put
r'' (; room cottage, bath lavatory, hot and she expected to, on account of the illness opinion now a cussword years.

. I j cold water, electric! lights, beautiful of her husband. will help matters, let It be said years of experience, facilities and expert workmanship ; ;

" \ expensive mantels new furniture, nice that Mayor Bryan has some remedy for I .
The Princess. It
into 50
;1' weighs pounds,and .
; rugs. House furnished complete, ready the brimstone expletive. may ..
, ... ET H. N. BRATTON to Drive your for be had in plain stripe art licking Sold ''
occupancy. Large lot, 83x147i feet, During the past week several defendants fancy or on

''f"!' .artesian wells. 43-tf on which, are twenty full bearing orange COATLESS, IN CHURCH were asked to contribute to the a 60 nights' guarantee. If your dealer can't supply''

tre s. Located in three and a city treasury for addressing personages r
r WADE the tuner Orlando. half blocks of the postoffice, on beautiful not inhabitants of this planet. Marshal you write us and we will arrange for one to be sent

1\\:: FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass' Verona street, in the very best' Ministers Invited Men! to Shuck (the Piltman, also is denoting one good ear to your door. express prepaid. A r

'f"I" Market No. 189. 19-tf neighborhood. Call and let us show Outer Garment. to the violation of the ordinance pertaining "
If want nattraaa da !. .,
you uk
ronr daakr for ',
you this beautiful home. Terms to the use of profane and i Indecent ;
k on Tba GboUtin Sanitary Felt the" acme of .xcallaac k
; 'WOOD, per strand $1.25: five strands part of purchase price, if desired. Goalless last worship Sunday was, when formally the ministers inaugurated language, and if you are hauled ID____.....*. PricaSlTJ*. No.....at_PK'-* ....., ., .

t;. t5.76. Kissimmee Lurnhi-r Co. 29-f-,24-tf I H. M. BREAKER & Co. before his honor with a charge of this I
, ;. announced from their pulpits that kind Samples of ticking cheerfully sent on request '
--- you might as well take $5 along
, any man who felt so inclined could
ANYONE, anywnere can start a mail .New Bungalow. remove for the fine and a few more simoleona -
'i. order business at Home. No eanvassing. - his.coat without danger of being '
':? Be your own bosii.. Send for free No. 461-New bloom bungalow on evicted. A number of men took I immediate for costa, for as sure u you say a GHOLSTINCUNNINGHAMs
booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144. lot 60x142 naughty cuss word and the mayor gets .
feet, located within three advantage of the offer, and
Lockport. N. Y blocks of you on it, you are doomed. He has SPRING BED CO. i
Broadway, the main businetreet" coats came off without more ado.
steadfast and inexorable rule that therewill
SLUE RIBBON Ice Cream, best in i and in one block of Osceola The first invitation of the kind ever something Manufacturers ATLANTA GA.
be doing in the fine line!i
town. Kissimmee Drug Co. 31-tf high school. Price $1,400. offered in a Kissimmee church, probably -
when is the .
swearing
charge.So
24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. was extended at Baptist Sunday
MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and if you hit your thumb with a ham-
we will get a drink of the best soda Truck school in the morning when Mr. C. A. mer, or step on a tack when walking
% water made. 31-tf : farm for Sale. Carsoii, teacher of the Bible class In-,
. the floor.trying to soothe the baby, doe I
:No. 467.-$3,000, () secures a six-room | vlted the men of the class, withfth not swear until you look around and Situation That Produce Indifference.' I Puzzled Mother. b

1 'AN. Intelligent person may earn $100( cottage located on lot containing two consent of the lady members, to'remov. see If the marshal is within earshot. There are situations In which hop :A Bowea, high school boya aotat

'monthly. No corresponding canvassing. Send for newspapera. for acres of land, within three block. of their coats. The teacher set the example and fear run together In which they protest against. ,the way, alcebra la %;
the I
particular center of
., '11'; *. Preen Syndicate. B 2245, !garden proposition the city., with This is a fine by promptly removing his own coat, For Sale. mutually destroy one another, and loco taught !In that school 8h* complain s
:,.1 y'x Lockport. N.Y. and wells on the two If artesian and the men of the clue followed the themselves In a dull Indifference. If that they harent rrt4 the txt book, ,

"'W-'i\'*, 'cultivated: crops property should properly for the lead., An electric fan has been installed Splendid team of mares, 6 and 6 It were not 80, how could we bear to i 'kino the price of eggs wont up,.. Row
: .,;.' "WANTED-At once, to buy horse wa- place within two veara. A pay cash (In the Sunday 'school room daring the years old well broke, kind and gentle; know of thoa. who are most'dear tons anea a backward' book a* that.. ,a 1
pros
" ';:'' harness. Nelson Realty .ition. week, and henceforward coat removal also wagon and double harness. Enquire being In hourly peril, and yet go prepare children'for the active duties \ '
\ gonploy.. | 18-tf Nelson. Realty Company, John on usual with of Uf
; H. M. BKBAKKK A; Co. will not be so necessary to! comfort. H. Psyn, 26-tf aa our ordinary every U more than'sbe can .val.eh,
.; t' lay UT wad+-4hft& .Nwa.Cures ." .

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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette If This the, then Democrats is a pre-nominetion are to have opinion a progressive :.j St. Cloud. Plans For 'EDEN TRACT TO ,BEJEVELOPEO I[Tribe. of Nonpayers ''tI. C f,

candidate, Bryan is in all justice IN FALL
.1 entitled to the nomination. He led I.1
.. Publisher and ProprietorJ. Glorious Fourth Will Not Decrease'
I W. B HARRIS a the forlorn hope three times, 'toOk the the, Continued- from page--1)).

H. REESE .. _.. .. .. ..' ;. Editor labor l and the pains:when it! was knownto ,

_. ..... -. -.=- be a forlorn hope.. Now that the grow rich and beautiful under the plan j TAXES'UNPAID ,

i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY party haa. some chance of winning it AN INTERESTING PROGRAMME which his brain conceived.' He will CITY BY MANY

.' would be recognizing his past 'services direct the improvement of the Eden ;I .
.:
OFFICE IN VALLEY'' GAZETTE BUILDING -
KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA to put him again ,at the head. Bryan tract. The property' contains some.300 (Though Values Have 'Increased

--.-- .. . ...-.-- .- _. -.......-r--. -:";;..:"::"_ .;.-:;:.:...__ =00. has a greater following than any Democrat Events Ahorse and Afoot, MotorBoat acres, with more than a mile of lake List of Delinquents
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .. living, and It the Democrats can Races, Mu.ic.by the i( shore line. It lies below the plant ofI | the
win at all I the Kissimmee Lumber Company Remains as Large -
could some
" they win with him as I
One one J1.50 Band and a Good Time
copy year .. the standard bearer. of It within the city limits, but the in Proportion.Deputy .
.
One six months .75 ... i
Copy --- .
---- Generally |I. .. and toe
v greater part adjacent to beyond
. .40
One copy three months. : Senator Duncan ,U. Fletcher is much
corporate boundaries./ Tax Collector Gilbert states
I
---'---'-'" demand I
in as a public speaker. Last
ma-: '
All 'communications, except from our authorized correspondents; must be week he addressed the graduating class St. Cloud is great preparations The entire lake front i Is to be bulk- i that about eighty-five per cent of the

signed by the writer. of the Washington Normal School. for a big time the Fourth of July, and I headed. Paved roads and (promenadeswill 1911 assessment has been paid into the

On it is expected that a number of Kissim i run through it; golf, polo and ten- i city treasury. The remaining fifteen '
February 21st he spoke to the I
Rejected matter will not be returned unless. .called. .for.. of. the employees mee. people Will attend. ma grounds will be provided for. It is ,' per cent delinquent, will be advertised
government printing
-- -- - ---- -- /
to be a park suburb built With hand- I
The Kissimmee band has been up w.k.-
engaged next
t Entered at the Post omce' in Kissimmee, Fla., ad second-class mail matter. office/ and the following evening was

-.. .-'--'---=-_ _...:._ '00' __ ___ _,_ --'--_. ___ one of the principal speakers at the for the day. In the afternoonthe some homes. Preliminary work tor the The tax books: really closed May 20th,
Village Improvement Association \ improvement 'Will begin at once but but through grace they have remained
annual) banquet of the Southern I I:
Fr1.day. Tiane: : 2S. :3. :3. 2 Societyof
Washington ; he spoke at the annual !' of St. Cloud will take charge of the I II' the amplified plan forfhe metamorphosis open until now. The 1911 tax duplicatewas

J. I banquet of the California Society also. I' band-and will hold it in captivity for a I of the property will not be given $93S,15h0)!):! composed of real estate

THE PRIMARY LAW. chologist.) Upon a survey ot the content As president of the Southern Commercial concert while a reception is giyen at. I out until Mr. Hamilton comes to .Kia- $b2J,4SO.iK), 'railroads and telegraphs -

-1 1 1It I specified it would appear that the I Congress he is doing effective Work- I the New St. Cloud hotel. | Bimmee in the fall. J.J.hJI.OO: ! <> qnd personal property

+ is quite usual. for newspapers and slate were of a majority progressive; t for the development of his native sec- Following is the schedule of events : :i Associated with Mr. Hamilton in tin 1j*2H0.97! :).01)), producing, on a tax rate assessment .-

politicians in indulge in much talk immediatelY yet WP should not rush to such conclusion Ills Bicycle Kucc-Open foi, all. Four I purchase is Mr. R. tV. Meiklejon who of seventeen mills the following ,
tion. ability is being recognized, ,
hunJa.1
following a general primary remembering that Underwood received and he is useful times around the block; three leadersto : recently completed a handsome revenue ;
proving a

'+ election in regard to the need for I a large majority for presidentover It's real representative contend for prize. low home on Paradise Island. Mr. I Real estate tuxes-$111,551.95!() f railroads.
a pity that he didn't
changing the law and it is also quiteas Wilson.If vote right on the Lorimer and Stephenson Foot Knee Open)| to all. One time ;i Meiklejon is a great believer in the fu and telegraphs! $;JH9.H7 and personal

usual for them to forget all about it I' we must be progressive/ let us, for investigations and the lumber tariff. around the block. I 1 tureof Kissimmeeand a faithful servitor taxes $4,77(>.5.J. totaling $15,948.34.The .

or fail to do anything decisive when the appearance sake, he consistent; maybe These votes he will have to explain to Sack Race Seventyfive yards. I of her material interests. He has been distribution of the millage was

.it proper time for action a'rnves. i the primary is to blame for our incon his I people- Clay Pigeon Shoot-H a. m. to 5 p m. I instiumental! in bringing/ .."nsidl'rabl'1 as follows : '

The usual post-election ;talk is now I I sistenciea. If this is so there ill another i! To be conducted under the auspices of I r capital here for investment. (Having Water, electric light and ceme-

heard. There is probably more of it ,' cause for the law's amvndment. Ail .attempt is being made to legalizethe .I| the St Cloud Gun Club Prize, a handsome I invested himself he is an effective tery .1 mill

now than ever before for the reason The 1 agitation must be kept up until sale of whiskey. in Tallahassee. : medal now being specially made. evangelist/ in the Greater KisRimmeemovement. General fund . .2 mills

that there were more tandiilateH and I the legislature. meetstand after that' Leaving out of the question the moral :.Mule Itacv'-3nnyards:!( ) : I Sanitary 14 mills

t a greater number of disappointed men body is in session A j jQi,t committeewas reasons that apply to all small towns I :Night: Shirt; und I'mbrella Race- I I In connection with the purchase of I Cemetery! ( i mill

than ever' before appointed, during the last ...session with respect' to the, open barroom i* is Cow Pony Kate-:<) j yards. To be !!i the Eden i eruct Mr' Meiklejon has a Street fund.! 71 mills

who have been to formulate a better law but the session bum he time plun for conn..tillIt with iradisf. mills
'I Those intimately up peculiarly apparent that in this. instance run iti *, the leaders to / School fund 1))

against the primary law realize, the I' passed without a me.tillof/ the : the town would be ruined if the compete! for pi'uc. Inland by drawbridge across the lake I, W ater and sewerage: bond int. .2j mills

imperative need for a change '1 he committee hink of that! Our first whiskey men won. There is nu proba Lady Pony Kaie i A large resort hotel is said to bu a factor Wate1Saewrhugesoikuigfund.; i'mill
I t I
friends of the primarj should be the I duty is to impress the lawmakers with bility that they will win. The bett I Relay Kaee.broncho in the developments which. are toI Electric light; street nil. ) cemetery -

t most active in seeing that the needed the importance of the needed change, I element I H! against it, and the best
amendments are carried into law. A I and then ding-dong the legislature predominates, in TallahasHee The 1 !' jeprlzt'\ of :J"!;>. aries for improving the Eden tract\ I Deputy) dilbert; states that the percentage -

large number of the older politicians' til something is accomplished.COME I. un-I, State (College1 loromen is located :Motor !Bout Race The sale stems lad.,11th, buds of I of de'hniiie-nt| taxes is about

prefer the convent: to the primarysyitem the-re As much as some men wantwhiskey 5yunnung: and )Diving (. .onltbl promise for the enhancement of Kmsimmee I normal laid\ that although tin property

and while It m hardly probable I I they do not want it enough to 's attractiveness, which will be : valuation is rapullinervasuig\ theredoes

( that the. state will ever return to that I I TO A FOCUS. I subject their daughters and sisters to WILL EXTEND BUSINESSC. more ,Impressively. apparent. when time not-set m to be any appreciable

system. of choosing its public officials ----- the smut of drink Irott'J'tlstrt..t.. The, disc lost s their unfoldmcntDELEGATION difference, in the slow and non-tax-
I
every recurring{ primary election with ,: Th,. Kissiinmeo, ,, Hoard of Trade; ,is I victory for decency in Leon county I 1'11'r.I ...

. its attendant dissatisfaction, ('ul1seHI) composed, of line material representing. should uo so overwhelming that the' 11. Allen Takes Charge of New I .- -

many to revert. with favor to the old'' the, dower of the business and ..rof....- ,. 'question would never come up again I Department for Makinson. WILL I Statement'

c sional' life of the town. Many its I I, Vud,'u w"IrI-r'11"u,, , linter| ,'., litu.i
plan.The The Tampa Times surmise that the \v. 1 L':. Mukinson is to \tend his, bust I I 1".1". oltiiuiiK' flu Hiiiiiiint. of, lix. .
be found with .
greatest fault to members have achieved eminent sue-i GO TO LAKE CITY 'littvil 1 ". I III 'lax I I I'llit lor if o w ioi .ilt
4 the primary plan :perhaps, though its cess ill their individual lines of pursuIt. movement to put out "a Republican ness by putting' in a tock of gasolineand ; I I i"tui.,ri.nl, <,' 'Mir I IInn. 1 In'II. li mil> >6*.III raiie* iNirtf.iinmt.n l, tnt (f..r, the,

a' faults arc numerous is the expense Kadi of them knows that success does ticket in Omeola county was hatchedIn oil eiigiiit-s.; pipes and pipe I httings;' "I I iln -nii, I" 'tin. >. \0 ml ruiiiln I ir ninth!
.
r St. Cloud. Because the Republicans ] farm and, len tools and I 'II\. |lime I,I.I II) ll \ I 1..1.
underit. gar: < irrigating
and
necessary to conduct a campaign I not spring from loose methtxls inflated I
The filing of an expense account : talk. The same system and energy I constitute a majority there says i outfits which will be installI, :Mr C. Many Good Things on Program I \ 'I'll fKI ION'' MlM "I,' "I!. MKl-M'S
J mi l I. In2itevauir I:"\
.
the Times., "they lose.sight of the big II Allen formerly of Lakeland and
serves a salutary end by cauHing a can necessary. to individual success arcnecessary -
world outside. They are like those 1'" Hill' "Hill, ......1.1.1.4. )II)'7"l III
lately of Oklahoma! l will have of
didate to keep within hill own limits succeed its charge .
; lor the body to in Annual of B. Y. Aim-mil' < ,11"1",1 l l 'II'q i 1 4iH
on the other hand if he has the moneyhe of Kissimmee to Who thought 'the clatter of their. little this branch of tin' business. :Mr Allen Encampment I .ilHii... .. I I" )I.. ii..ilo', ti?I 17'' ,-
work helping/ grow; , .
< Ixirk"ol F.I 1 1I
of the world. The P. U. Will be Great Event. 'en
burg the murmur has been on the, road for Fairbanks _
is going to spend as long as he baa into a larger and better town. I in.tu"roll' IDSIi" 1 all': M
Times has said .. I tiiiiiiini; ; .II h'.t. :i I'i HilllllHUI
ii i
it. It is the game of a gambler; the The meeting of the Board of Trade I quit .nouleh.Hoose..lt Morse & Co of Chicago/: He has trav- Kissimmee Will be Well !,, 'I ,.. III I.(>lllH.till I IH'.I I .' "
last will it to the The cltdall) over Florida. : and has decided Represented. c "nntKIH. ,I IIn -
sou gain attended Monday riight '
necessary well .
go ..
was I has proved true to the t III't"nllt, ...i il'i. /"''II/ -: /
desired prize. Money is not the end I people have an interest in it, but there I to locate in Kissimnie'e- He will bung Ainiiiint mill,.i 10.1 l I; HI 77italnuar
analysis of his character as made by1 ,
I til I. .1.\I I n 1 I
sought; it ill the position the power was a lamentable lack of action. A Henry Watterson lie is a rt'\'olulion-I| his f tamilv here from Lakeland soon Kihsimme-c- will send a delegation often 1in. *- and! !I'."" ti n,,ir* I

the vainglory-for which money is number of committees had been appointed let' by nature- the John Law of hi" day "I haveseen about all the towns in II I to the Florida H Y. PL'. Encampment IT''auum0.Vliliiilllt' olln,.till. 'd I I.,' --.n vllllH.IIIH >->

I bartered willingly upon *the sheerest at a previous meeting having II Florida, of any size. said Mr. Allen and Convention to be held I.lu, I Lr ,'"p'|: Icl I 11-' ,
and time All the Democrats and half
I "and I think Klssimme-e has better I -iih s, hoof,I DIM, NII> 1-I .
margin of hope. The primary makesit ;, committed to their charge a number of the Republicans are glad that he is prospects for future growth than. any at Columbia College, Lake City from 'I" nllHIIIItt. ....'...*. ll I''*<.M; 'M!
4ilHlHIll
necessary to spend money, but there I, important matters. Not a single com constructed of such material however town of similar size in the StateThe July 'first to seventh inclusive: Amnmlru' .t'. t.l 1.1Illlllftlll lirlfd ,- '-
t is a ray of light through/ the darksome ,, mittee was in position to report progress / : He will wreck the Republican new stock will be installed in the The personnel of the party is not .."h..I..II'2. |'\ > -
party TiiHinininlHMMtHm.il, :i17'*
wholly determined at this but the
,
clouds about the system ; those candidates -i I some of the committees had not I wareroom next to the Makinson store time .Aiuiiiltit, i.lh".1 -41 ..i.iitalnmre I
; and make Taft's defeat certain have
following for the
arranged :
i proper. 1 hu building will be built backto trip In III cnllmtiUl -.I| .-
who were nominated spent less I! held a meeting. There was undoubtedly -- I I the street in the rear and another Misses Elizabeth Carson Anna Carson >,,St hlMll Dianu: ,-
,: money than those who were deteated'j a good reason' for this failure to look Kissimmee will beat Miami on the I'' story will, be added. This will give Verna Holt Kate O'Berry, Marie O' 1'O HlllllUIll, ....'..."t) . II'IIV4"" olHnlHmf HAmiiuiittolltKU'il ;

Park Trammell! spent less after the business of the public, but it municipal dock proposition yet-just nearly 12,000 feet of floor' space. A Berry, Corinne Gilbert, and Rev Dr.) to lw roll,,teil . .- .MM '.
large stock will be carried. Kissimmee I A. J. Holt, pastor of the local Baptist Huli IliKJl Diol. No, 4- -
his for In the
competitors governor; was nevertheless regrettable. The ad- watch we're to have the docks .. ., .
; going become the church. To amount (itiHUHMHl ; *, **HI'T4: t tAmoiintuolleitml I i
Third district Senator will supply point for a broad .. ... .... ... SIIJI. 01
Flournoy spent material interests of
vancement of the isn't Some notable will be
and it going to take us forty years territory. With the development now I personages pres. l.lbf UolllKltJ'l ,,,.:,, ',1\., I 21 73
more than either, or both, of his com- Kissimmee depends more upon, the to get them, either in sight it is obviously an :opportunetime ent during the encampment, being prominent ." R U. JoimnToH.Cl i'i'U..I..nu
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in church, literary and State at- petitors, and he didn't even enter thesecond Hoard of Trade than upon any 'other to start such a business as that t fairs. On Tuesday July 2d (.seal) lly Jaiuui M. Johnston D. C.
morning, ,
Messrs. Makinson and
primary; Hilburn spent more body. If that body fails to exercise Kissimmee-the best town; also the Allen.projected by I Dr. A. J. Holt will address the convention - -- --. _..I I

than Clark did in the Second, and prompt and business-like methods in very best Work on the enlargement of the build in connection with matters pertaining Notice of Master's SalentrfiKiti .

Toomer spent more than L'Engle in I pushing its business the progress of will begin within the to Missions. Thursday morning, ,. ,
I I ing coming sixty NolI( I-ii I.bs gI' )I ihal under and by vlrfu
,; the race for congressman at large. the town is retarded. This is s<'1fi days Mr. Allen is already active in July 4th, those present will bu treatedto ,::t n final, de', n. r ,:i"r : .' I'.. uro Inxtnml tint
BIG MINSTREL SHOWLocal a talk by Dr Holt on "The Pastor ur uud" I under, \ II" "sal of. the t bruit' LOIlr of
If there be a lesson in the recent have succeeded making preparations for the installment . , .. .
I i manifest. Men who on and His Flock the ee'' ulh t Judirinl' I ('j" "II of il. alat'of
of the block ,
1'I"rIl.! III nod fir n. ails I flinty III Chaurrry -
primaries, it is here that we find it. I their own accounts are the best men .I I Among the interesting events scheduled .IIUIIIl. 11'' a "N.III ('HUM,. 'h'n'lI1".IIDIr
All spent more than they wanted to logically, to carry affairs to conclusionin I will be addresses by Mr and Mrs. w herriI, lice buutherlt 1 D-eg alanufaaturingl.uq.auv
spend, all spent more than they were the interest of the town they live in Artists Rehearsing for Enter- I Mrs. Maria Gilbert of Kissimmee, is J. W. Shepard of Rio, Brazil They ; ::::); :: the I. clm ''sham I,and:.'. N Mproiai F Its.Muster. Is rarpnudnd -
in the city visiting Col. and Mrs. Robert will take as their topics the subject of In LhorIl'NV.1110..11.
at public outcry durluathe I
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spend, spent more
and whose affairs they are vitally con- I W. Davis. Mrs. Gilbert who is avery I I Missions and are eminently <]Uabtied to Vigil iionrK of Mill. ,bi..Ifiru tliHOOiirt boune
they should have spent; at the same cerned in. talk intelligently and darn in flit ,'ity of 1\1.m..I" wig <).ceol. .,'.
If The date for the big minstrel show, clever woman is the widow of the !I entertainingly in <'uunton MonilHy. the Irt day uf JulT. A. D.
t time moneY was not the controlling Let the members of the Board of under the and for the late lion. James R Gilbert, who at regard to this important subject Or 111-. tb.. r..llowloll dew. rlbuil" pHrnoual ....- '
factor and must look further too given auspices the time of his death was the county W. A. Hobson, of J Jacksonville, will de- t\'. now lot'algid In iHcuolii County nod State of .
men Trade bring a fine focus to bear upon benefit of the baseball association has Jl'h..llllt. ,,'
I of Osceola The liver the opening{ address. The
than factionalism find the solution treasurer county. govrnorappointed program/ All the1iirtiitnru In the building\ < '
to .. their work. There!! are a number of been set for Thursday evening/ ._July. IL Mrs Gilbert to fill out scintillates with interesting subjects, the town ol, St. Cloud> iniii.rl7 incwila county, Florldn ...
:\ .tor the pranks of the pnmaiy. big things before the body at present Following the roster Fred Bass, interlocutor I the unexpired term of her husband, and the speakers that have been as- 'formirly imrupltHl. i b>' thin Mt. Cloud Drug twI
Mr. Milton ultra to them will undoubtedly pleaseall Company| coiiHlHtlnK of' flvo (1M) .how CUM. o: ell
progressive received that demand attention; things that which she did, serving in this capacity signed
Guy Gardner. Geo. I I
; Gard ( i i reHrrlptton t KMU. one ((1)) wrapping countor. : '
''e: about the same vote that Mr. mean much in their conclusion to Kis- for nearly two years to the great sat as their ability is indisputable one ((1)) Iron ante, too (-1)) puttt card nmckn one
nee, Dr. Simpson and Glen Buzza ends; isfaction of the people of that county. I Special rates have been secured on (I) teo.diwt.twu(2.ua'tions. ( Of wall ..halvtng'a. '
{ ; Watson, conservative, rexeayed+__Mr. simmee. Let's begin now to enlist Earl'Buzza. Will Nelson, Tony Rogero/ Mrs. Gilbert has the distinction of being I all railroads and accommodations can \> Hhl.H.i awn ((21 i HCHIUII with weights, one ((1)) a 1
1 Trammel), mildly progressive, walked more genuine interest and industry for Rumond Bampus, and F. M. Doyle the only woman in the state of be secured at Columbia College dormi- newaalaud w star cooler: ,, two (it .i paper cuUera. one ((1) ,\;

I away with the nomination. the work at vocalists Harold Buzza and Walter Florida who has ever served in that of- tory at very reasonable rates, and ar- Terms, or nail innhlialid I!;"
hand ; fice. Hon. James R. Gilbert was a 'rangements have been made with the tiny hat A. D. UU., at Kimilinmw. ),).
; Mr. Floumoy conservative and Mr. -- --- -- t'lorl l". ..
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Canning pianists. The boys are rehearsing half brother of Colonel Davis.-Tampa I I various hotels and rooming houses in R O. JOHNSTON)!
May., conservative were defeated by The annual catalogue ot the State ; every afternoon and evening. Tribune. I; Lake City to care for all. 22!'4t special Master t iJt

:' Mr. Wilson naively progressive. College for Women is out. Aside from !!'
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dropped out In the first primary with a with information concerning this t'c;

< y corporal's guard to his credit, and Mr. great and growing institution. It is at Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint 1 I

Clark, conservative, defeated Hilburn, once a privilege and$ duty for the pea
; ; l conservatively progressive. ple of Florida to patronize the state rx I

-. As between the .districts, we may I institutions of higher learning. The .... \11 '
+ find an explanation. The Third district lawmaking body of the state established 0 \

Is progressive in its politics and these institutions primarily for '
ROSS GRAVES
conservative in its progress; the Second the people of Florida. They ar" main- :

4 district is conservative in its politics tained by appropriation. The people t fl;

r and progressive in its progress. p"ay for them. The state is irrevocably "The Store that Appreciate Your Trade"S. "'\ '

We who live in the Second know that committed to their maintenance, hence -, .

{ 1i the Republican.vote elected Mr. Clark they are permanent institutions. The -fi

t while in the Third they have no Republican State Board of Control is composed of

I vote to speak of. earnest, conscietious men who give BUY I''

j, But, still we have to consider the they, best thought to conducting these W. P. Paint Kyanizs Varnishes

congressman at large and the governor Institutions in a manner which shall 'i't THE .....
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ship. The candidates who were successful place the best possible advantages for I Known the World Over and, Furniture e. k !

; ? in these races are the antitheses the young men and women of Florida .ca BEST

I of each other. within easy reach and at a cost which p" =. .
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Mr. Trammell is a-man of pleasant any can negotiate. It is gratifying to IT IS ECONOMY

and observe that the attendance at the
bearing mild manners H* never I
antagonizes anybody, I. always agree State College for Women and at the II I

able and is there with the glad hand university for boys is steadily growing; Mission Stains AT Alabastine Wall Coating ,

.F upon all occasion. Mr. L'Engle an- but it should be larger. The enrollments The Stain with a reputation Ito the Best

tagonizes everybody and is not particularly at these Institutions should be

agreeable at any time. Both represent double their present number.In
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thought; but if the progressive element electing the temporary chairmanof ROSS GRAVES f

bad wanted to name the man for gov- the Baltimore convention 11 of Flor- .
Ou "The Start thai Appmial* Your Tradm" .
ernor who best represented the progressive ida's 12 votes were cast for Parker and .

w n cause Milton would have been 1 for Bryan. It is not difficult to guess 1

: the man; be also bad the money and who the "one" was. Frank Mayes, pi \
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The real solution is one for .the- psy I the convention will have done its: work.
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Klsslmmee Valley Gazette Mr. L. "R... farmer.visited Tampa this A rural mail route is being talked of Mrs. Ira Bass, son Howard and The Great r Titanic Disaster, abook, 1,. The yonjf.ladf.s. I .. ;"42 Club" has. been '

'1' week between Peghorn Junction, St. daughter Marguerite, will leave Friday giving( an authentic account of the sink- '
TBLKPHONB NO. revived and
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. 11. Clod i a delightful.meeting
.. 4 Li. G.v Starbuclc,, of Orlando, was'aKissimmee HiUlard's Island and Kissimmee. J for Port 'Tampa City to'spend'. week Music ing of Store.the Titanic" for sale at Brown's',was held at 'the very born of Miss. Margie

PUBLISHED) EVERY: FRIDAY visitor Tuesday",, County Jftdge. : Parker issued a marriage with her daughter Mrs. G. C..Allen.I . :V7-lt Belle Bearden Wednesday afternoon. i !

-BY- Hon..A, E. Donegan went- to Jack:* license Monday"to Noah' Hall' and will sell one-half or the whole in. .1,fInder an order issued by Judge Perkins i Miss Verna Holt made high score,.with -

w. B. MARreiB.Weather, sonv)lIe Tuesday on business. Mr*. Mary Partin. terest In the Home' Bakery Poor upon the petition of K. T. Butler, I Miss The Carson a close(Second, being: ''
,' health! ,the!,,only reason A. Smith 24tf recently a'candidate for : J lower. v
Let that sale of Ka 'i rest heavy A new line of Columbia grafonolas tax assessor, only one point Refreshments! a,
1 your mind through July; 6. 17-11 on'. and records at Brown's Music Store. It The regular meeting of the St. Johns the manner in which the prfmary election of fruit, salad and wafers were served t'

ReportFollowing :.C. 1 E'. Franklin will soon begin build. Guild will be held Tuesday, July 2, at 8 was conducted at Precinct No. 4 i at the conclusion of the game, while divinity

Mlaa Rachel Leake left Wednesday' ing p. m., at the residence of Mrs Clay will be investigated.. The county cpm fudge, and punch were njoyed It ". ;
a modern home on his property: near 1
for a visit ralativea in Clinton S. C.
to the court' house, Johnson. All members. are requested\ mittee and precinct officials are madepartl..s during the progress of the play Misses .

are the daily temperature Miss Margurette Blackwell, of Ash. f to be present defendant to the action. The Mary Gaines and Elizabeth Carson tendered .\"/ /" .I

and precipitation as ton, 'was the guest Wednesday of Mrs.' The family of' Dr": TUvara returned Mr. and Mr.. W. B: Makinson are in order is made returnable fifteen! days a number of pleasing number .

reported by 'the. Government Roma Thomas. Sunday from a month's Visit with rela- Baltimore, having left Kissimmee Sat- from date of the order on the piano The .next meetlnl.lIt. ? ,

station at Kissimmee for the tives at Lake. ParkGa.B. . urday of last week for a month' vacation Drs. Chun be held Wednesday afternoon of next ,'.\1. .
Coming. and "
week ending June 27, 1912. M. Breaker' baa sold two Iota in trip. They will vlaiti the Pacific from St. Malony. came over week, with Miss Mary Carson as / ''f' '"

Col. Thomas Palmer one of Tampa's West Kissimmee to R. P. Ilansen.. who coast before returning Cloud.Wed1..sdsy! to assist in hostess. "
MAX MIN ,Ala operating on Dan Clayton (colored), ', o
prominent attorneys attended court will build modern cottages. Keep time with the best $1 watch ,
Friday. . ... 91 70' , this week WANTED-Position as woodsman with who was shot in the thigh With a load and alarm clocks at F. II H.. Lawson'a t

Saturday. . . 86 72 . S. S. Dewall of Ocala, W. T. Sims turpentine operator in healthy loca of buckshot by Zeke Phillips (colored), Cash Store: It .
Mr. A, L. Beck of Orlando, was in : Orlando tion. D. Wynne, Kissimmee Fla27.2tpd last.
Sunday . . , 90 71 and E R. Bliss of were'quartered Saturday Blood poisoning had developed ; -- 'T L,
the city Monday, shaking hands with at the Graystone Thursday.The however, and the victim died. Coming
Monday.- 95 72 ..
old Mr. Edward
acquaintances.
Tuesday. . . .. 90 71 90 Misses Mildred Lee and Dwayne Canning, accompaniedby B. F. Wood who lives Lake .

Wednesday . 82' 71 I A marriage license was tssued Satur.day"to Fisher were week end guests of Miss Florence his ,daughters has returned, Misses from Helen the North.and near Haine City, was in on KI 'mmee'Eve ROYAL ARCH[ CHAPTER t. J

Thursday , 81 70 ,60I Thomas P. Lee and Gertie :Pad- Reznor at Fowler's Park last week. The family is occupying the Meiklejon Monday. Mr. Wood was sefflnt some(
gett, both of(. Kissimmee.. I
Think of those one-half price embroideries bungalow on Paradise Island for the very fine orange blossom perftiJiery of '

Mr. Wadley Parker, son of Judge that Katz is showing you. It summer; his own manufacture. The extract Kissimmee Lodge Receives Dispensalion .

"""' --"""' ----- Parker, left Tuesday for Waycross, Express Messenger S. T. Johnson of possessed! the true' fragrance. Mr. from Grand High Priest.
Ga., to visit relatives. Among those from out of town attending Wood learned the from old
the St. Cloud branch is wearing a smile process an The KiBBimmee of
lodge Masons has
court Monday were: Messrs. I.
j I THE LOCAL FIELD. off. Nine German perfumer many years! ago. ) I
that won't come -pound baby
Ludlam and MacDonough were in Richard Bass of St. Cloud. W. R. Nettles received a special dispensation fromHobert #
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Tampa and Bradentown the first of the |I girl, Tuesday. of Bull Creek, Crow. Shiver of St. Capt. Mopes Folsom, editor of the I McClellan, grand high priest,

week on business of im ortance. H. R. Overstreet will leave Monday Johns River Lee and Doc Stephens of St. Cloud Tribune, was in KiBBimmee for the institution of a Royal Arch J.

'-MKtNNMK--- N11rFire Coming. with one' hundred men for Horatio, Tyson Creek Tuesday, having returned from themeeting I' Chapter. .The local.Masons have been

Ark., to begin the packing of the large of the State Press Association engaged for some time in the prelim f.I f.
Mr.
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Insurance. See E. Mrs. Ira F. Jenkins, (of the firm of at Pal tka. Folsom
A. Drought. Bass and children Howard peach crop. Capt. ( reports an nary work necessary to obtain this dispensation \
'l.tfDr. Jenkins & Woodham, surveyors, left time\ I
and enjoyable He
Margaurette leave today to visit says the enter- and next
Monday evening a
Look advertisement below.
at Katz's for
Monday
Whitmore where he is
Winn is driving a new Mitchell relatives at Port Tampa. ::7-lt engaged lament' was all that could be desired, meeting will be held to appoint a com-
': in surveying for.
property the
runabout.Mr. Mrs. T. R. Moseley left :Saturday: for of Kissimmee Farm Land Bond and the proceedings; of the convention I mittee to pass on applications for membership I'' ,,1
Prof. R. A. Barton, manager one Loan and interesting and profitable lie
:) where she will the spent / in the chapter. A month will
:: Scooba f Miss, spend 3
C. A. Careen visited Orlando 1 of Fort Drum's mercantile houses was Divestment/ Company. Sunday and Monday Jacksonville.
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: before the of instituting
elapse
summer with Mrs. G. H Kinbrough. ceremony -
Thursday. business caller in Kissimmee Friday
I a F. H. Lawson
fs
can supply you with the chapter will take place. At
Dr. Rivers made a professional tripto | Don't forget to have your tickets in { last those King Quality) shoes The bestwearing I' Wanted A girl: ) to clerk in bakery I. that time a number of visiting Masons +
at Law son's Cash Store: It might': shoe. on the market. It one who can do plain book.keeping.
Orlando Wednesday. I I mean $'-.GO() in silver for you. ItMr I A large': sign: now adorns either side Home Baken. will be present and it is the purpose to
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Mr. A. D. Inman of Lake City, wan lot the new C. W. Dann block, reading"Dann's Mr. Harry Hunter of the Hunter 2'1-tf I invite the grand high priest to be here J

a court attendant Monday. J. Z. Kobcmon has further improved Department Store: E. L. Land Company, left Wednesday night I MIHB Eva McAllister of Kmmmmee, II Qn that occasion. The chapter has f 1

the appearance ol hi. pharmacy Green was the writer. for Boston, Minneapolis and points in spent the early part of the week! visit been organized': with the following officers -
Rub-My-Tinm will cure you. 21-11 j I by adding a coat of paint to the front. I Oregon He ( 'I
visit
may England beforehis ing Mr?;. Chase and the Misses Chase :
Miss Lennie Griffith, teacher in the
Mr. Cary D. Landis of DeLand registered I I S. Buzza & Sons are laying': a long public schools Wichita Has., ill hereon return to Klssimmee His stay will at the New England: House They 1 i High: Priest-J II. Harris.

l at the Graystone this week. :. strip of cement walk on Main street for a visit to her father J. I D. Griffith, be of several months' duration. I were among': the bathers at the lake King II D. Porter.

Mrs. S. A. Mahon of Sarasota. came Me sr... Plummer Overstreet and Car- and sister Miss May Griftith. A number of people Tuesday evening:, and it took quite a Scribe-J. M. Wilson, Jr.
young: gatheredat ;
(I little I Captain of the Host-A. S. Hearn. e
to show Miss
McAI-
michael. persuasion
over to attend court Monday. the home of Miss Lena Lancaster |
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I Mrs Ruth Patrick and Lois, the I hater that Kissirnmee's. lake is a part j I Principal Sojourner-Dr. A. J. Holt.
Randall Thomas of Sarasota was : :Mr and Mrs. F: S, Key moved thiswet Wednesday ,evening/{ and in a body 'j Arch Wm. Harden.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet of ours; she had an idea that ours was Royal Captaln-
here k into rooms in the H. M. Breaker called upon Dr. and Mrs. Cbmholm.
Monday attending court turned, Monday from a visit part of tlieirn -St Cloud Tribune.FOR Master Third V..il--l>. K. Lowell.
house. corner of Mabbette and! Beaumont / The hoot and hostess were agreeablysurprised ': i
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'I to Bowling Green FlaI I Master Second Hyatt.
Mr. Bert Fish of DeLand
was oneof !! and a
pleasant
very eveningwas HFNT-A modern\ 3-room flat
| Master First Veil-E. K. Livermore.
Kiasimmeu's caller.. Monday J i I The auditor Mr J. M Tr'asurer-E. T. Cole.
and Miss
Bryan Nancy
W. B Harris. Gazette office. tf
Telegraph Company from Tampa inepected -
A sev n-pound girl/: was horn to Mr. I| : I H E Cole. .
Call Bryan, of Dania, mother and sisterof I 6 or fi; doses (fjljt;< will break any case Secretary -
and Mrs. Kenneth Butler Sunday.Mr. j I Mrs. C. A. Carson are guests of Mr the Kissimmee office Monday of Chills & Fever ; it acts. on the liver Mr. Ira Hasp engineer of the St.

W. A McCool has returned from I and Mrs Carson. ': and found everything in first class better than Calomel, and does. not gripe': Cloud fiver is off on a much needed i
| shape ; or sicken. 2.r>c. 21-lHt MRS. M. OWEN DEAD
a month's visit at Beaver Falls Pa vacation Accompanied by his son

Coming. A new line of Columbia grafonolas The ladies of the W. C. T U. pur- Leon he left yesterday for an extended
The Florida Midland, IH placing new and records at Brown's Music Storii. It
H. I I chased and distributed one hundred trip through the East Including: Washington Woman Passed Last at l>
plank crossings within the city limits A. :Marks of Winter Haven. H Young Days
The Little the of pledges that were used anti'cigarette' ': Baltimore New York, Buffalo,
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Allen of Lakeland, and R A. Reid and Leaguers: is name '
ub-My-Tiam will cure you. 21st I wife of liartow were registered at the I an organization of the Methodist young [ day, observed at the Presbyterianchurch Niagara Falls and Montreal Canada.Mr. Home of Parents.

C. E. Demg returned Wednesday Graystone Wednesday people who were entertained very delightfully last Sunday. Each church waRrurl1lsh..d Bass has been on the Sugar Belt Mrs. Flora Alvy Owen, wife of Mil-
copies A number of the run for the past nine years and iff regarded -
from extended Northern I Monday afternoon at the ler Owen died at the home of her parents -
an trip. Wanted,, to R..nt-5-room house with
pledges have been signed.,! : by the A. C. L. Railway Co. as
I conveniences; close. in; pet manent; must parsonage of that church. Mr. and Mrs. C. F.: Alvy in Kis
Mr. R. M. Montsdoca, of Ft. Meade be reasonable Wanted July lr,. Address one of their most careful and competent simmee Friday morning:, and the funeral -
I j The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres- Velena, the lr! yJar,011) daughter of .
was a business caller in the city TU..Hday. "S" Gazette office. tf j ""jin.'rH.M. was conducted from the Airy
I I byterian church gave a l lawn festival Mr. and Mrs E D. Hogan was takento II

Mr. W. C. Bogue. connected with theJ. Wednesday afternoon. and evening. the hospital at Orlando by Dr. Rivers F Tatmsn of Shell Hammock, residence Saturday morning at 10

Coming. I D Clark Co., real estate, made a I The refreshments were delicious, but Sunday where she was operated on for was in Kissimmee Thursday Mr. Tat- I I o'clock. Rev. A. M. Chisholm of the *

visit to his home, Burbank. Marion I the rain interfered with the financialsuccess I appendicitis. The operation provedsuccessful I man IK completing': a 30-horse power Christian church, conducting the aervI a
There will be an election of otficers
The
I ices. interment was at Shingle ,
county Friday, returning Monday evening of the event. and the little lady is getting: launch for use in his fish business, I
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at a meeting of tbs I O. O. F. tonight I Creek.
along nicely. I which will soon be placed in commis
"The Great Titanic Disaster, book
The deceased was '27 years of age.
Mrs A. M. Moseley accompanied her giving an authentic account of the sink sion. It will carry upwards of a carload i '
Mrs., E. L. Minx has returned from a The Julia Marlowe shoes at F. H. She was born in Arkansas, but came to ; .
daughter Miss Eleanor Moseley, Sat ing of the Titanic for sale at Brown'sMusic Lawson's has the of of fish, besides the tonnage of ice I "
reputation wearing Florida fourteen with her'parents /
Visit relatives Athena Store. 27-11 years ago :
in county, <
among which is
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urday to Orlando, where Miss Moseleywill well. It refrigeration providedfor
Ohio. ., Ten years ago she was married -; ;,,'::!':
and have minor Dr. C. L. home by ample compartments.' Mr Tat. "
enter the Hyatt returned '
' .' hospital a yesterday The Valley Gazette has just learned and since that time has lived neal'.',1.t}I"i "i"", .
born Mr.'and from outing at Green man is one of the' largest shippers offish .,
An eight-pound girl was to operation'performed. an .Springs, of the great loss that has! come to Mr: | Jacksonville She is survived by her7parents '( )\ ,
Mrs. F. M. Barker Monday morn- Pass-a-Grille and Anna Maria Key, and in this section, sending out more ...
I Mrs N. P. Perrin and Miss M. B..lI1o..It..y. William J. Fling of Germantown Pr., two brothers and a sister, besides -
states that he is now entirely recovered than a half a million pounds annually.
ing. who have been visiting Mrs. in the sudden death of his wife after I her husband and two children, the

Me.srr. P. A. Vans Agnew and W. B. A. M. Moseley and other relatives in from his long and serious illness, andis I an operation for appendicitis. Mr. I i Every dav vou can find our special I latter a boy and girl, aged respectively i

Crawford went to Jacksonville Satur I Klssimmte for the past few months, I ready to take up his practice again: i Fling: only recently bought': a winter : counten Look for the blue mark. 9 and 7 years. Mrs. Owen had been ill JaAi

day. I have returned to their homes in Rhine- The little 10\ ->ear-old daughter of I home in Kissimmee, and feeling that Katz's sale :27-lt i for months, and growing gradually - N

Mr. J. J. Whidden, from Bass..nl'er'l': hart La.Watch. I Avery Powell of the Journal, fell from I he is one of us, the sincerest sympathy I I Mr. Marion Tindall and children of I worse was brought to Kissimmee four '

transacted. business at the county Beat a shade tree yesterday at their. home is felt for him and his family in this weeks ago. She died of consumption
I the drawing for $:.50 at Law- Narcoossee and :Miss Blanch Brack have I a
and broke both bones in her right wrist. hour of sorrow. 1 I She was held in affectionate regard by.
Tuesday. son's Cash Store
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Saturday: nigM.Rev. just returned from a visit with Mr. and
I Dr. Rivers attended the little lady, and !1 a host of friends, and her untimely'
Mr. Gordon Williams special agentof Mrs. D. C. Fielding in Tampa. While
Maj. W. A. McCool, resident tourist, Father'Fox will come over from
: reports her doing finely. death is mourned by all who knew her.
1 the Florida Fire and Casualty Insurance Mr. Tindall visited St. Peters-
is shaking hands with Kissimmee' j I Orlando tomorrow evening{ and hold devotions away

friends.Mr. at 7..IO:: o'clock at the home ef II Shirt waist, shirt waist, shirt waist Company, spent Tuesday in Kis i I burg, accompanied by Misses Hgrtense
1 one-half price; lots of them. Come simmee for the of selecting and Blanche Brack, where a
I Mrs. A. Tress. Mass will be observedin purpose a.i they spent
I j Marvelous Storm
Detector.
A.. S. Nelson, of the' Nelson and see them. 21: It '
local representative for his a pleasant day visiting Gulf Port and
the buMdi'ng' Sunday company
new church Flageolet is the musical .
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name
extended -
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Realty Co., on an trip ,
A number of ladies interested in He fortunate t z
was
in Kansas. morning.If In' securing Mr. Ar- other places of interest, returning on French scientist/ who has I invented a ,
points Shakespeare reading are meeting at thur E. Donegan, president the Cit the evening boat to Tampa. Mr. Tin wireless receiver so delicate accord- ;

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ely, Mr. and choice, and you are particular, the home of Mrs. G. F. Criobs: Friday I zens Bank, who owns a large amount dall is much impressed with both Tam Ing to the description recently given
phone 186!! for accuracy and dispatch.
Mrs. Dann, Mrs. Gordon Clark J. P. Will call and make estimates from your evenings. No club has been formed of stock in the company. This company 1 pa and St. Petersburg, and IB' thinking before the French Academy of Sciences -

'McCarthy. and P. E. Morgan, of St.CIoMd. : own order. Ernest Green, sign Writer yet, but one will undoubtedly be organ': is backed by some of the most influential i of investing': in real estate in that lo that It run .'.feet the advent oC .

were in the city Monday. 'I and Interior Decorator. Box 139. 5-tf ized. I men in the state. cality. I a storm three hundred mile away. ;

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i i Sheets that retailed for 80c, special 57c. Embroidery Flouncing---there will be quite a special on these. Look close for the prices. ;


! Lot of Cambric and Swiss Embroidery that will absolutely go at one-half price. About 100 Shirt Waists that will also go at 1-2 price. I

500 Colored Lawn 4c Colored Parasols selection of them $1-3 off the '
yards at a yard. -quite a --- during sale. I
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F1 I,j;I, H H. KissimmeeTailoi, NEW CHURCH OPEN FOR '

'Save I VERIBEST |S2 ,C''. W.. GRIFFIN
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t \ Cool Stylish Summer Frocks JONES & ,Co WEN, Proprs. a.> FIRST MASS JUNE 30 '
; Staple and FancyGROCERIES
,I'' We 'are now In charge of the Hot Shot Bargains from

), and Pressing Club business -
Tailoring Catholic House of Worship i :
'.. We, have/: just received some chi) new styles} In '"/'!: formerly conducted by RS;J the Cash Store

I Raines. An' experienced tailor Is '"

Children's and Misses now at your command.) All press. Nearing Completion and Will be
1 lb. Roast Beef 15c
ing cleaning and dyeing will receive Model Church Well Suitedto can Free Delivery to all Parts ,

: \ SUMMER DRESSES prompt and careful. attentionand Size of Congregation 1 lb. can Corned Beef 15c of the City

I prompt'delivery.GIVE ,3 cans f'lo.' 1 Pork &

; Smart Styles in Dressy Frocks US A TRIAl On Sunday, June 30th, the first jnas beans. 25c t"

will be celebrated In the Catholic
new
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.. S1O 2 cans No2 Pork &
t made of Fine Quality Phone church now being finished by Contractor Beans 25c
George E. Ledvlna, with temporary pi .

Pure Linen and White Goods Small Farm for Sale. fices in Sanford. 15 lbs 0 ran. Sugar 1.00 The

Father Fox pf Orlando will officiate Salt Mackerel l. each 5c
Ten acre farm,located three -
No. 4U>iH! -
at the services. While the building will
': Missses' Cool Stylish miles from postoffice under new hoj not be entirely completed, sufficient Moro (cooking) Molasses 10c ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY
fence, two-room cottage, I
proof wire
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progress has been made to enable the White Salt Meat 14c
FrocksCome fine artesian well of water, :2'IO! feet
: Summer
: resident members of the faith to itten
Smoked Bacon 16c
deep, between (five and six acres cleared number -
worship. For the past years, I
head of and furniture 1 In
75 poultry
and see them at the house goes with the place; all for Catholic chapel connected services have with been the house held of in the the Free! Free!! Free!! JOURNALThe

.. . $r,00 terms on part of purchase priceIf '
; late A. Tress and since his death, so'e
1- lb. pkg. Ho-Ya mix. Tea 15
f' desired.24U
his widow Mrs Tress
\ seven years ago ,
H M. Breaker A. Co.
Biggest Newspaperin
<' I ,I I -.-. -- in business on Broadway, has been the A beautiful sauce dish tum-
mainstay pf the church in this city. It the SouthThe
bler or free with each
Big Bargain In a Home. has\been through her perseverance and mug

Mrs. E. L." PearcePOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXX Splendid new SIX room house, just In- energy that the local Catholics are to package, atWEST regular price of The Atlanta '

side city limits, fine deep well lot contains have a place of worship. On accountof Journal is 75
the small number of members resid- KISSIMMEE Semi-Weekly'
of good,
two acres ground newbarn cents If will send us
a year. you
wagon and buggy sheds, and all ing here and the lack of suitable placeof
order, can get;
your you
..__-' under good, new fence. Fine locationfor gathering, mass has heretofore been

1 I > >OOCX>C<>O<>() Auuyoccri<>eX>OtX3 small truck garden or poultry ranch. held,only once a month. Sunday school TAYLOR'SPhone The K1ss1mmee
: fine where and kindred church work has been con- -
CRANFORD d L. LUPFER This is i a proposition you
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c. A.CARSON.
i Prealdenl, Vlce-Pr.eklent Secretary will have the freedom of the country, fined to the Tress chapel. The regular Valley Gazette
, Saturday evening devotional exerciseswill
I yet close enough: to enjoy all the advantages -
'f.: of the city, such as splendid high still be held in the old chapel, but 250 Quick Delivery acid the

school, best markets churches, etc. it is expected that the church will soon
LUMBER CO. be for There Atlanta .8eml-Week1y
It iI KISSIMMEE Price $1.00.<> ready occupancy. are .
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members of the Catholic following -
:24tf H. M. Breaker &Co. some fifty - ---
Journal 1 1I
I in this community this number

I : Choice Vacant Lot. being augmented during the tourist sea-
Get the HabitOF I both:: czxa year
u Rough and Dressed t. No. 470-This choice lot is locatedone son by as many more.

block west of the court house on Father LaBlanc of Tampa, was the SMOKING A

ky Emmett street in best resident section first priest that came to Kisaimmee : REAL CIGAR FOR ONLY $1.75

PINE LUMBER lias frontage ot 7.1: feet on Em then several other priests succeeded

melt street extending back 147} feel mm, and Father Fox, of Orlando, has "OS CEOLA"

Pew orange and grapefruit trees on been taking care of Kissimmee mission Send in Your Subscription -

the lot. On sewer and water lines. 'A for the past ten years.

,3 HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY, Q bargain at $ILO.I.<) ( The new edifice was financed by pub- the Sold best at all for stores their customers who want Right AwayTo
c lie donations anda
(5 SUf II. M. Breaker &. Co. subscriptions> private
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certain sum advanced by The Catholic this paper, not !. the Atlanta

v tY.tYrtYJY Y/70cYJYJ.YJYJ.Y/Y1YJY.Y//YY.tXitAt> Fruit and Truck Land. Extension Society of Chicago/: of which Semi-Weekly Journal.

We have live and ten acre tracts in Hev E. V. Ledvina, a sun of the con
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desirable tractor is first vice president and general -
Liberty Park, the most suburban -
DR. WM HARPER
property on the market, which! secretary. This society aids churches -

Distance we are offering for your consideration in building that have a limited membership OSTEOPATH' .

o 296 to draw from. The church, _. ____ _. __ _
AdvertisingLong at prices that are attractive. We will --n - --- --- -- FOR SALE !

be pleased to show these tracts tOJ'ros- when completed will cost $7,000 being STECIALIST IN I

pective purchaser at any time. Do not in architectural design a Gothic square. CHRONIC DISEASES II I

is saying the right thingat fail to see this property before purchasing It ill eighty feet long by thirty wide,

as it has the advantages of,beinj with a seating capacity of 175. The CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE ONE LARGE MULE f tto t- '
the right timein close in and on the very best paved I)building ;is of brick trimmed in stone, I' 1
KISSIMMEE. work double 1 1i
road in the county, (convenient to the. the roof being surmounted with pinnacles ,
the TUESDAYS THURSDAYS SATURDAYS
right wayWe city school and churches. Five acre and an imposing carved stone OFFICE, CENTRAL HOTEL i Sell Cheap

tracts $250 and $.JOO.< ) cross.
make a Huccialtj of planning/ preparing 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. The interior ot the chapel will be fin- lONE SMALL YOUNG
literature and conducting for PHONE :266; ORLANDO, FLA
campaigns ished in natural with ceiling -
an
pine open MULE
Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities -
and Individuals.CLENNREACIN Splendid Investment.No. Advantage is taken of this arrangement . i
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to add many decorative effects ONE LARGE DRAY ,

466.-It certainly of is exasperating making big), in the shape of handsome mould I ORIDA REAL[ (ESTATE fOR SAIL HORSE ;
to nee.an opportunity
ADVERTISERS ings aid niche adornments. The aisle
quick money,land then not be able to will be of octagonal tile, laid in a com- beautiful winter home sites situated FIVE REGISTERED .

take' hold of it. We can't buy all 'the. position of cement;'sawdust and lime, in the ,Lake Region of Florida. JERSEY BULLS : ,

TAMPA FLORIDA. good things we'see, and we are willingto thus deadening sound The communionand Trucking and r'armingLands in largeor ) j
them along to friends 2 to 5 old
pass our small tracts years "
gallery railing: will conform to the )1 ;
lere's one-113 all platted
a sure: acres
. . . ,.. . . .. . .. and ready for sale in five and ten acre< general Gothic design. The confessional . CITY PROPERTY!: A SPECIALTYList FOUR OR FIVE MILK. .rt,
and baptismal features blend harmoniously your property with me for quick ......
tracts. located within 1J-4 miles of our COWS ,
with the A
interior. gallery salts.H {
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passenger; depot, on and in close proximity -
r directly above the portal has'been finished alsoTHREE
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to the best hard road in Osceola
M. Breaker & Co.
i and reserved for the Installmentof .
county. We are offering the tract in i a COLTS !i
an organ, which, as yet, has not
body_at a very attractive price. No been purchased. Electric clusters will Box 17S KISSIMMEE. FLA. 2 years old .
further to place ion
expense necessary
hang: from suspended ceiling; designsand
1 the market in small tracts. See us. - --
will lend excellent illumination fa
EIGSALE 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. II '
- _._ - cilities. The pastor's study is as usual W. B. MAKINSON24tf .
located in the sacristy and will be beautifully

Truck and Citrus Fruit Land. finished in the natural woods, YATES BASS

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No. 462-Seven and one-half acres of] with tinted walls and ceiling. '

the beat truck and fruit land in Kis The building occupies three city Iota
"t Church J. H. YATES and HENRY T. IASS. Managers Tested and Proved Good l
at- simmee Park. This land is in proximity adjacent to street and will add ;
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to the lake. Call on us and we will greatly/: to the beauty of that neighbor. Successors to the
hood. The' church will be dedicated Freshness as well as high grade quality. 1
put In touch with the owner; you
you
1 can deal direct with him. This property about the first of September, when DONE6AN CATTLE COMPANYAll Call for what you want in the I 1. r

ia offered at a great reduction Bishop Kenney, of St. Augustine, will GROCERY LINE ;

't. KISSIMMEEFURNITURE from what land in this locality is selling be present. In the meantime Father kinds of fresh '

for. Fox will officiate, and he has promisedto Meats-Florida andWesternkept I

24-tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. use his influence in securing the ser i' 'i

; vices af a resident priest for the com- in

Good NewsWe ing winter. perfect condition and
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Father Fox also has charge of pastor' sold at lowest prices ; 4*
have secured few 5 and! 10 acre '
a
COMPANY Orlando Taft, St. Cloud and
ates at compatible with good
tract of the finest fruit and truck h.
lands, within half a mile of the city Loughman. It is quite probable that if service. riJMi
limits, which we can offer at the very the bishop of this diocese sees fit to
f
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low price of $50.00 per acre. Kis place a regular pastor here a part of tI

simmee is expanding so rapidy these Father Fox's work will be handed to Dressed Chicken Fresh I tt
I lands will soon be almost jn town and
Cash Qnly will be worth many times the prices the Kissimmee church. Eggs, and thing mighty t
asked today. Do not go miles into the The atone work for the church was good to eat.
country for small tracts at any price, furnished by Alexander Davison, of F
while you can get such as these at this ,
1 !, price. Soon, there will be no suck this city. New t
., opportunities as this, as all near-by Mr. Ledvina, the contractor, recently Fixtures new J

lands will be gathered up. The quantity erected a parochial school building at Scales and a new DIBBLE & SON "
A 4 AN is limited and will soon be taken. Sanford. He l is associated indirectlywith ire;:
Other lands,'a little nearer in, but no Firm, but the same ,
the Catholic Extension of '
Society
sold
better, have recently at one
hundred dollars per acre and some have> Chicago. old reliable party to
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a u The Kissimmee
a prohibitive price Library.The .
take orders and
your
N a - -- --- X4tf H. M. Breaker & Co.

i. DRY GOODS FIRMS SIGN give you service. Kissimmee Library offers to Its

1 100 Acres. subscribers a list of over four hundred* r
book by the beat authors, any or all of
: : Kissimmee Boat Building Co. 100 acres, a portion of which i is in the Half Holiday to be Taken by All which you have the privilege of reading
city limits, at $50 per acre and on easy YATES & BASSPhone For only $2, which secures a single
payments. R. D. Waring & Co. 19-t Merchants.The membership, or $5 for a family memo .
.t HENRY O'NEAL, MANAGER! Tnursday half holiday which has 44 ership. Capt. Trench, the librarian, I

: BOATS BUILT TO ORDERAny Splendid Residence Lot. been .participated in by the grocery the will issue above you amount.a membership Library !I.card State for' ':

No 463-Fine, large, vacant cornet itores-will be extended to the dry goods Bank building. 8-tf, T

lot, 80x1471 feet, close to lake. Splendid stores as well. The following agree- The Coolest Place in Town
Size Any Style
location, good neighborhood. We ment was signed this week : --..

Repairing and PaintingAgency are offering this large lot at the very "We, the undersigned merchants, School
26- low price of $400 cash. H. M. Break. agree to close our stores half day clos- '1 I

forGIBBS' er & Co. 16-tf ig at 12 o'clock .,noon, Thursdays, beginning Every (IFriday during the summer ; '
in Acres.
MARINE MICHIGAN WHEEL CO.'S Thursday, June 27, and ending Bargain Twenty from 4 to B o'clock p. m., the school ,
,
., FIXTURES A Five-Acre Farm.A Thursday Sept. 26 1913. (Signed) C. Twenty acres of land, leas than one library will be open. (Mrs. Simpson :
ENGINES
W. Dahn, F. H. Lawson, H. C. Stanford mile from postoffice. A good location will be In charge the first part of the r ,
YARDS SOUTH NF JOHNSON'S DOCK 20ft 6-acre farm in Plnedale with good .
' ,_ .I' fence and cleared, for WOO. with easy Co.. Mr*. E. L. Pearte, Mr. W. for a subdivision. Can be had for $66 manner, and someone else will later'
'P. 0. BOX 141 payment. R. D. Waring A Co. 16-tf 3. Farmer, Mattie.Bandy.. per> : acre., R. D. Waring Co. 19-tf', take op the work. R. M. EvAwa tf s

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BECOMES ES A CITIZEN ...

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Notice la hereby /fclren{" that the following described\ I.o"'h.' or ao much thereof s* Paul Newman Takes the Oath of 1

I11 be peceaiery to pay the amount due (or laze herein ae.t oppoalt to the aame, ..
.ogetber with.coat of ucb sole and advertising will, be aold at public .auction on the ,Allegiance.One ,
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FIRST MONDAY Itj JULY. A. It. 1112, It .being the Brat day of aald Watch .
front
month-In
official
Of hit first act the the
was s
of the Court House door at KI..Immee,. In the County of Cue tola and State of Florida.or Ki sirnmee property i i. rapidly increasing
'- affixing: of hU signature by Judge Per-

." , kin to a certificate of citizenship issued in value owing to the large number of .
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''''' In favor of Paul Newman, of SU Cloud. man who buys .. I /
m'DEBCRIPTION' people moving into this and the '"
= Mr. vicinity: to
.:\\i .eo .' e! r-.:! Newman renounced allegiance to }

011' LAND ,4:,'; g' e .s:.. . r, $ -s Ut the Emperor of Russia and !irt due form 4' fact that there ha and now U being expended 7
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:'+ 1;: t 5 I: 10.NW1J ..'" secured the right to citizenship in this KissimmeeProperty F

\ ;: .l; riii .:oi e country. He has been in this country large turn of money for permanentmunicipal ." ;

eight years, and is engaged Jn the saw 1- a ,
improvement
elf SE" . . . . . . . ..-. . . ..!f 3 20 34 40( Eubaoka W A...' 9.18 mill business at' St. Cloud. ------ - -. .' :
NWof 8Wy ... . . .. . . . . . d m 34 40 Savage W D. . 2.18 \
HE" ot NEy4 . . . . . . . .: . . ..,. 11 K3 .84 40 1'bom". 'V 8. . 3.611 Alfred Nicholson, an English subject .: '.
81Vv.otNEy ot NEy4 ;: . . . 13 m 83 10 Savage. Ii D. ... .88 has made application for naturalization .
NWot NWrwd '81Vy4 ot .
swY4 or HEI, and liE1,4 of Slit. . 18 29 33 160 Savage, W U.. . 9.411 p perl. Mr. Nicholson is 68 years of 4

Wye ot-NW% . . . . ; . ... . . . . . 23_ 29 83 80 Joboe. L-S. . . 4.29 age and has been in America a long ...
; NIof HW % . . o. . . 0. 3 80 83 40 "edll.tt. Joba.;: 2.70
Riesy cor or NW1,4 of B term of He served two years, in I have '
NW", ; run years. yet a large number of Lots distributed irf different of
1119 ft. It 600 ft N,070 ft. W 600 tt. 6; 26 81 13 Uoknowa . . . 1.4T the U. S. for parts the City which I will sell
EorNwY..orNV% . . .... . . . . 11 2681 21) mloole: Land Ii: army. sums'ranging from $75.00 to $500.00, according to the location.
Inv Co. . . . 1.91 Notice of Intention' to apply for naturalization
SWV or NWy4 . . . . . . :. . . .) 8 211 80 40 Barber \V.,' 2.8 1 have also some residence property which I would like to dispose of. '
rICy 'ot BEY. . . . . . .. 3 211 80. fO 8ulllvan W 11.. ir. 2.48 papers was filed in the office ,Stop .. v
NEy4: nod N>4l ot NRik, aI 8E'A: . lea N'otN > of the clerk of the court by James 13ri- paying rent and buy some of this 'property and own your own home. !Jf will "
otNWotNE> % . . . . . . 421:10: 110 Barbrr.WF'.20.08 call and will' you .
Rwv4 ot NEw I . . . . . . . . . . . 1211 30 40 Stokes Aaron .. 8.Sf erly. Jr., who comes from Westville, see me I show you how easily it can be done.ARTHUR .

.Lot 1 . .' ."," " . . . . . . . . ., 10 25 30 1\11 Sullivan, W U. Jr. 8.3f Nova Scotia. He first settled at Parr', I ,
W'4 R8ESE V. ot HWI4 and Wlil ot 81y.
Tot of HW;. . . . . . . . . . 1s 211 30 111 0n'en. Joeb . ... 11.00 West Virginia in 1910 but Is now located .
Y, ot HWI" . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 25 20 to! Carroll C D. ... . 8.92 at.Orange Center. He is Si .
: vv. or N\VV4 . . . . . . . . . . ... 1 2120 40 Field IJ W. . . 11.110 yearsof
iiiI'::%, ot NWI" ot NE'4' . . . . . . . . If 211 20 Carpenter. Ham. 1.17 age and wishes to forswear his allegiance .. '. '
':\1.:% ot HWI", or NIVy4 . . . . . . . 14 25/ 211 10 ltlchh'. . Mra Mary 1.03 E. DONEGAN
; EIp ot NW 4 ot IIW % .. . . . . . . . If 211 211 10 \Vhlcbard 8 M. 1.61 to King George V, of Great t
ivy, ot NW44 of 5W4: . . . . . . ... . 18 25 ::0: 20 Judson, W I. . . 10.06 Britain and Ireland and become a citi- e JT
Hog 20 tt W ot center of tract of Fla Mid .
8y and 00 N floe ot NW%, ot "E;... zen of the United States and Osceola .
run W 2:111: ft. 8 ID1 ft, K to rt ot way ; county. I
'" thence NWeoterl1 alo08 saidrt ot '- .. -. yt
to beg . . . . . . . . . . : . . .way. . 13 25 29 1 WII..oo Mr. OIsV. 2.61 -
n"lr ISI" cor or lot dieted to 01. V \\'I1..on.
run W lOll ft. H 210 ft. I': tu rt of way ; Fire Department NewsAt kr

It thence to bell NW'rly. . . . .11008. ... . .rt. .ut. .way. . 210. . 13 25 2N I 1VII.on. Ld and' ,, the council meeting on Friday SOLOMON B. AULTMAN Pres. W. M. FERRELL. Vice Pres. & Mgr. G. W. WATSON Sec. '& Treaa. ".

All or N% ot )lWIA; 'or NE'/ lyingV of H.'nry .. . . 2.811.I evening past Alfred A. Tano was ap- OSCEOLA I

tt ot way ot 1"la 31W. lty laa'ept I la"oda .1 pointed chief of the fire department. LUMBER COMPANY'I
Mold to Vllsoo Ola V.. and Ed and
HeDrr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 25: 28 12 Sp"I.\" II. . . 2.07 1 On Saturday evening at the fire "1
Ih g II" cur ot1.: .:'V4 or $I1,.. run W 412 I 1 meeting of the departmentwasfheld Planing Mill and Novelty Works .
ft 10 Co rood, dies :N al"oll aid road kq
1.14. (1. fJ 441 ft. II tl2: n. . . . . . . 13 25 211. 1141 Judson. W I.. . I. 7TX.HCOOHHEE I to perfect a working organizI -
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).ola 10, 11. 12. bilk F . . . . . . . . . Vannngnrw P A. 1.20 I,I atiun. B
) I'.tllK-' j' S. L. Lupfer was elected captain. oov ;;:

r.oHi . : . . . . . . R 2r. ::11 Unknown . . :. .71i 1'I Ira Best, first lieutenant. s
lIsxnm.\lJJ 1 err.
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Lot1 Dlk 69 Kellley. D Flab ..- I I James Buckles, second lieutenant os .-osis !'"
II, 111877 . . . . . . . . . II unt. M I. . . .7'N'" ;; .kA n h/ rtTe a .0.. n'w;! 4
lab 0. bilk lIa . . . . . .. .\. . . . . lIunt, M I I. . . .Tlb. s C. C. Wolfe president.
t...minute. Laud & Inv I0.K "ub.IJIY Ed Newton secretaay. IIIKyuValinir E:8-rr .' I
or all hits im anti 105 and \\">M lilkml joii.
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Sam Lupfer treasurer. :;, I
] Kunnjnii-flf and l"ig SK 1 tor ur lilk1U4 < CI" .
liiinujin.il.-. inn \\ IIPK": rt tu MUSH These officers = r.7ia ) \
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were appointed a committee .
.\t.. thin S lu l.nki, [II(1111113' int'ili, thinSKasI.'H j oo 1 i i, 414 a
l l) tu :V/ llui-, <>r I.tif .',. lllk ..1:. to secure badges and compile abet oo I 10080
Ituno) IIled.-. Hull I L u. <'unn .N.> thru I I of for the os ..a
.N ,to brg I MIIH :.11 and, . . . . :12:I: :"i!: 31 by-laws organization. m w.C. ;'" If .!" .o r
All "IIIIrIHIIlIr III lots Sot .11: I nnd. . .12 _5: :.11 14(1( Situ 10010 Land & Meeting' nights first and third Mon- .o bC: ... _. .
III" 1'0. . . . m: f7'hr r !I ...a <= "CICI'IIQ "" .
"Si'nilniiU', Land & ln\ c.'u.'K Sob! IJlv l j I days each. month at hea'lquartera.Practice . ".'. ::t .:E- _
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of :'\1\\. and I l.-j 'if 51Jy! and, M.;<4 cf.M4 until further notice, will .b" III .J :II! ::s Co.tI _
: : \ uf 1.\\; ",. Dud ,s Vj ol ;Nl.; ', or 1j5; 0 c..O .... '
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I IV14 and 8'v" or :.NN" and) ;Sl.'t: 0' ,: held Wednesday evenings; at 7::.SO! and .:! .
"Mand. NW', ir N\\i: Iris lii-n. i, Fridays. at I I'JKi.:; I.AII'ol1kers !-! .0... .
:NSr0. I nut N: 'I7'l ft, I: dim' It, :N; '.jH rt.
U i.liil II . . . . . . ;. :.!IIJI I and members. are request with u- you will liable to
1.0' I . . . . . . . . ;, :20! l\\1\ ;. 1:1I1..n. II c. . . 1. :>2 .d] to attend all and SAVE YL from In ret just what you want, and in a specified time, besides WK: WILL SAVE .k
to 15
Lots 111 11.1, j;., Ml, si si"|, :Iti< . . . . ; 2:!'1\\1:\ i i"IIIIII"I' La..1 & meetings. practic..spromptly. PElt CENT. We are located on private switch and load directly into cars.
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Lot 21) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 :2t1! :31 5 I'nknnwn . . . I.i': I OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY
f L"t1:\ . . . . . . . . . . . . r. :.!II\1:\ 1\\ rehmert r..1 E.: . I..3': t' Inc. IUSSI.'MIE" : FLORIDA r
!I Lot .17: . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1\\ 2'1:11: 1\\ 1I.I< hrr II . . 1..1'.I: I Great White Sale.. ,
I..t 44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :5 :.i -itin 1IIr"WII"III.\ S. . .. l.al: :ll I J
Lou 4S and 4i> . . . . . . . . . .. . .-. :.! :'ii\ I", tit.. r..1 . . . . :2.1/
1.0tHrall" 111 . . . . . . . . . . . . r. :'I:11: In 11uld0nbnuler. E.: 2.1" I M. Katz's great midsummer clear-
'1 ho Si.inluoli1. l.on.1 & Inv 1"0"' Nut">. 'Iv1tt ance sale IH now on, and will continue
all frac excit| :-\\VV4 of i: ', . . . 'II I :20! \ :31 I rt
- II ex..I't l.u'H :lUll, a.,7.. :Sur. :1111 ::1211.. ten days from June 2<>th. Every article !
12. .U.; : :.114: .1:1: ,, :(41)( ). 'HI I :114! :34 h.. :e 1.11, in the store has had the Blushed,
:L IIMI I I. ::1111. :.104, :.KM. ::100.! :171! !: :17-, :.171: price
.'I a..I'. ::11.2. 4:42: . . . . . .. . . . II :Dl! :M/ 401)') 1<...lIln..l.. Land & and judging by the number of people 5
ltiCo . . 121; '111 Cheers for Uncle .
who are purchasing, it would that Sam
seem
T'b. Bi'tnlnuli'' I.unil .V Inv 1'us Sub IJiv
..rf.'i. or \K't end 1.IV': \ 'it or M.; ', anilsit some very attractive bargains: are to be {
: <>r NWi und S'/, cr x\s' 'I4 ot
NttTt and H'.iIxjtii . . . . . . . . .7 ::!0 :31 had. The Gazette man had a flying talk 1
.'17. H, II:2!. i116:! 7 :.!II:11: :m !oI1'lIIlnol LaD & with Mr. Katz,. the conditions in the
111" 10. . . . .. .11..
Lot ,1 t . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71I/1:! : r. '"ukno\\ . . . 1.:12: store at the time not warranting( tie ,
Lot .12 . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 7 :2G! :al "nknowo . . . 1.8' loss of minutes the Ty,
Lot 1114. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 2'1:11: r. "nkllown . . . 1.32 many by proprietor. are ringing throughout the land. Every 1
Lot iOi! . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . T 211\1:\ I"nknuwn . . . 1./:/ The aisles were crowded by busy shop*
Lot 120) . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 7 ". :ii //I I"nk'"I\'n' . . . 1.8 1 body ia congratulating him on his birthday.
Lot 1:11: . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 7 20 :31 r. l'nkrlClwn . . . 1.32 peril and Mr. Katz had {to talk as tl e
The Heraino'lo Land 4 Inv Co.'a "b.JIY" opportunity came around. Articles like Going to write some friend to come and spend ;

,,:"'' '-, of timber all .,except lease to N'/4;'Tbe of KUKlintnoa:NUH. alao Lumber vs apt( <' . band laces linen cluny baby Irish lace, the day ? Then free yourself from old methods k

, .' Company r. "Io'!. <.'%. .Vnoi.: .: ...{ 1?'. 18 ,,2(1 "I :' 'cotton cluny and allover lacea are. . by using one of fountain
',:; > Lota 4. 13. 104,11/11. 120 , : '\. J! .;,IS' :1I) ,SI l'.20 /Rrminola'Land & our pens. They .
"v"-r I. '''''l' ''i.k i..tjIt' ,...,, > .t'j .. I' III\' Co.. . . ,'. of .lie marked down one quarter. At the write right all the time and
:\ 1A' (111 1 cost right too here. '
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Lot',' 3r\r.hl( 2ftt31 /I Rtru art. I7 M i I. 1.11 / \,
"+ ( Lot' 87 < :: Lot 38 . . . . .'. . :. .-. . . . . . . .' Jf 20: 31 5 L'0knowo: delight, Is" found excellent bargains in i carry Lucky Curve, Water. .
Lot 44 . . . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . 20 31 5 l'nknown : : : : : : : ln: man, Simplo-Filler and other makes y.
Lot ni 1" 211\1: IIotrHnkH./ Mrs A. . 1.17 silks. percales, voiles, l1in: hams aud from
Lot: n:i : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : I' 21\:11\ : r. l.nknown . . . 1.17 white This is $1.00 up.
Lot 70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . I"l 211' :111! r. Ila,'n..r. 1 I': . . . t 17 goods. a special feature
Lot 7(1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1'1 f''! ::11 I'i 1nown: . . . 1.17 of the sale Not only have the ladies
Lot HO . . . . . . . . . . . . It. 2G: 81: f I'nkn.on I
14 211 i 31 5 Rtho..l.::: \ M. A" : : 1.1: g t been profiting but in the men's depart-
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Land & lnJn Ulr { ment are found many attractive prices,
of all except! HI':14 or si/1: also .iinjittimber 1
Ivaita to '1'he Klnxliimi.i> I uinbiT and the numerous quick sales recordedis 4

Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 21:11\ : an evidence that '
Lots I. 3, 13, H.R:/ :17. 4'i, .14. .17, (Kl.in. I good goods at rock- Jeweler and 1
( 77. 78!, 83 I.H4.1"\ltI.1I1.IH.l/7.: bottom prices are to be had. CA COLE.
128 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Ifl 26n: 140 /Soinlnoln I.aod'ft I
--- Iny Co. . . . 18.f8 .

Lot f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 20 31 5 Fowirr:: v.J U 1.08 Optometrist
I Lot 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1y 211 31 5 Newman.; W.: : .: LOS A MEASURE OF 'MERIT
r Lot 116 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 2t1 at II Clark 11ra: A. . I.oa''
: Lot 61 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to 211n: II Unknown . . . 1.08 ,
Lot 71 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 21al\ I'i nknowo . . . 1.0111 -----
Lot 76 . . . .'. . . .: . . . . . . . . II' 2ftn: I t Unknown . . . 1.03'
Lot 108 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tll 2t1:11: Unknown . . . 1.03 KiMimmee Citizen .
lot II'' 2ft at r. t'okDo"o . . . 1.03 Should Weigh Well I Gyv
i : H : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : III 26 31 II Unknown . . . 1.03 .. s
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'l'be 'mloole"" land & Inv Co.'o RubUlvof This Evidence. - -
all except SW% of N f;',4 and W',4 Jt
t, 8K4 and SEI4 or MWI.4 "c"pt IIm'r' Proof of merit lies In the evidence.

.. please to. The KI..hllmee. . . . . LUlub'r. : . .l'on-. 20 21\ AtWt:10 Convincing evidence in Kissi'mmee.Is I .
22.7' . . . . . . . .. . .: . 20 26 31 11Srmlool... Land & not the testimony-of. .tranl{ rs. ,,
loy Co. . . . 2.-48
'f''iA} t 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 21al //I 0 .bvrlg.bv! J W. . 1.011 But the endorsement of Kissimmee
Lot 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2" 26n: II Puckett J W. . 1.08 people. ;. r
. Lot 11 20 26n: 1\ Unknown . . . 1.03
: 42I : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 20 26 31 II t.nkDown: . . . 1.08 That's the kind of proof given here-

1 Tha Seminole Land & Inv Co.'. Hub.IIIY The statement of a Kissimmee citi- .
of an tract except timber lease. 10 The V
K1.elmmee Lumber" Company . . . . 21 20 ::11
Lo .2. 14. 11.2./ : ::11I. a5., 4.0.: zen.Mr.
G2, lIa. /)l, 118. 111). . . . . . . . . . 21 20 31 70 //otl'mlnole I.aod P. G. White Bermuda avenue gi4
Iny <'0. . . . O.If Kissimmee Fla. "I
: suffered
Lot 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2t :::6:11: Ii 10rklnaon" 0 W. 1.08 says 11
Loc 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212ft:1I: //I Weiton W . .. . 1.08 from backache and pains through my
Lot III . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2t 26 at 1\ Unknown . . . 1.03 kidneys and I also had
Lot 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 26 31 :5 I Unknown: . . . 1.08 a great deal of
The Neminolo. Land & loy ('o.'. 8uh DIY trouble from the kidney secretions. ,
ot 514 ot l..ot. a. f. II and N1,4 ot Lots I Doan's
6 and 7, except tlml..r (rase to 1'h8 Kidney Pills which I procuredat

Kla.lmmee Lumber Co. . . . . . . . 2126 31 the Kissimmee Drug Co., relievedme
Iota 37. 80. 42. 43. 58 [54.; 1\11. 1\0.\ 82. \
60. 1f, 015. 16, 87, 811. 1/0. 91. . . . . 211 26 31 811 /Srminole Land Ii: of all these difficulties and at tKat
Inv Co.. . . . 10.87 time I publicly endorsed them. \
Lot 811 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 2ft 31 tl Unknown . . . 1.011 Duringthe
. I. Lot. 40. 41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21\ 6:11 10 Cbambrrllo" C O. 1.61 three years that have since passed '
Lot 1\8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 28: 81 Unknown . . . 1.08 I
-., Lot 70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 20 31 g Unknown . . . 1.08 nave not lost my faith in this remedyand l
Lot 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/1/ 26 ill II nknowo . . 1.08 I shall always be pleased to give i it +
Lot. 72 and 18 ... . . ... . . . . . . 211 26 al Ig Stewart I 0. ... 1.8J "
Lot 811 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 28 81 Stewart I 0... . 1.08 my' endorsement.
The "Seminole' f.and Ii: Inv Co.'a Rult.DlvJt For sale by all dealers. Price 60
8E' NEY4 and N'44' ot Sts'ax:- ,
eept timber kaae to The KI..llmmpe I cents. Foster-MilbUm Co., Buffalo

Lumber Company . . . . . . . . . . 26 28 31 New sole
.. Iota 84. 110, 611. 87. 711. 70. 80. 81. York agents for the United Co.'a

tar. Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 26 20 81 110 Seminole Land Ii: States.:
loy Co. . . . 8.81 want to look at or the Farm '
Lot -41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 26 31 1'1 nlgglna C C. . 1.03 Remember the name-Doan's-and you buy cheapest Implements
>LOt 40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 211 81 /I/ Unknown . . . take no other.
Ldt 6f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 26 31 //I Unknown . . . 1.03 1.113 for the money, just drop around to the Osceola
Lot 8f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2ft 26 31 //I Unknown . . . 1.03
Lot 98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 26 31 II Unknown : . 1.08 Good goods big values
The //lpmlool. .and In. ('0.'.. SutrDlyof "Insure Your Property"The pany. square dealings.
8Eat NEVI end W15 ot NEIl and
JiIII]14 and NlD% ot NWI4 except tlmlter
tease. to Tb.. Kluatmmee Lumber Cornpany Nelson
. . .. 270 81 Realty Co. are prepared
Let. 8: iI"f : ii: 2. :!Ci4."I : 'ii: 'ill'. to write insurance in several of the ,

29. 80. 8il, 110. 63. fI/I./ 79; 80. 81, 1'2. 84. reliable old line companies and will
911. 9f..01l. 96. OT 99. 100, 111. 112. 113. insure your for at the
'I i 128. 1110: 127..123. . . . . . .. . . . . 27 26 81 1711 8emlool. Land It lowest property They you have
Inv Co.. . . . 21.811 never ,
Lot 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 26 81 1\\ Unknown . 1.01 had any trouble In adjusting losses and I
Lot 88 "' : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 26 31 /I Or..a..lt. A. . 1.oa look well to the interests ot their clients
J.} Lot.66 . ... . . . . ... . . . . . . . 27 2/1 81 II SommersC 0. . 1.01 in securing payment in case of toes
'? Lot 811 .. .. . ; . . . . . . . . . . 27 26 81 II Reynolds. W a. 1,0 s
Lot 98 . .. .. . . .. . ., . .. ,. .. 27 28 81 II Unknown . . . ..01 We will appreciate your business and Osceola Hardware
." The RemlDole LIIIIII It lay. Co.'. 8ab-DIY rive it careful attention. We ask a i

i a'llLotw "I. 6exceptttimb law liberal share of your patronage and will .
.}' Klntmms appreciate it sufficient to give the
to Th. you
"" !' Comp.ny . 29 28 81
xiLoh: ,4..'.1a.. .10. 87. 40. 4144. illS, 118, "6T. most attention.courteous and' careful ouslnesi -1?

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of" the delinquents Coming up befon MANY CASES TRIED NEGRO. PREACHER KILLS L

QUOTED FROM JEFF IES him had their initial downfall as a re. .1 I -.
Mr Snyder -. FOR SALE
suit of cigarette smoking Said He'd Hang Religion on r nce'for
'' said that there might be some wh< Results' of Week's .Grind in Circuit 1(1O.

.. Kissimmee Minister Hot After the would be loath} to accept such authority, Court. Awhile. ,,I .

( Cigarette .Smokers.l| but he read-from an article written, by] Circuit court adjourned Tuesday, and Judge G. F. Parker, sitting as coro 'I, ...
Jeffrlei '
,. ,' The churches of Kissimmee observed James Jeffries, the his pugilist.well developec Judge'Perkins left for his home in De ner in the Inquest on the death of Dan* '859 Acres Muck and Prairie ,Land
to
t' i'c Temperance Day. The called attention Land Wednesday, accompanied by hii lei Clayton who was shot Saturday |by .._
last Sunday as ked'the If == -
: boys ana !girls .
chest, and all
Charles E. Me Station,, -
church varied this aomo- wife and Stenographer Zeke Phillips, at Campbells
I' .Presbyterian conformed the services to a they thought such a development coulc Crory. The following case*" were disposed .'. found that the deceased.came to his This beautiful tract of land is,situated on three .

what and discourse on the cigarette evil. have been possible if he (Jefferies) had of: death from the effects of a load of lakes, viz: Loke Myrtle: Lake Jose and Lake (.
special around a \
accustomed to carrying: ..
been .
championed S. 11. Bullock was made special master buckshot fired by Phillips, the shot distance Lake .
Rev. S.: S. Snyder has when he was young. Bullock. .It is only a short from)
t" this, youth destroyer box of cigarettes In the case of H. M P.fsnn' } and G striking Clayton In the region of the to the
.. the crusade against I The whole discourse abounded ir Preston and Lake Gentry. It is adjacent
length of T. Singletary vs. Peter Paul, on motloiof groin, death resulting a few days later..
considerable
time, and for while a 'hot perniciously active 1 !good, wholesome. advice' and was well S. II. Kribbs, attorney. Z. W. Bass, J. M. Hansen, D. Y. Johnson famous New Eden: Plantation and to lands now -

in the matter, has made it plain to his received, y -- - Farmers & Mechanics Bank vs. Kath E. E. Brown, Delmar Wooten and 1 being colonized by Cinc.innatipeople. Only short

i" friends! and congregation that the free- I 'Prices Knocked Silly. erihe C. Kulp,' continued by consent. Aaron Reed comprised the coroner's distance from' Narcoossee and near the new East '

l .dom which the cigarette has in the I The W. H. Makinson Company is enjoying I'aul Newman appeared for final proof jury. ." Coast R. R .
i I must be stopped. To of naturalization. Order signed bj Judge Parker gave Phillips a prelimi
hands of
minors the I a rush of business this' week on court, nary hearing Thursday and remandedthe For price and terms apply to 4
and restrain in
evil boys
+ abate the I a sale inaugurated June 26th.( A general Freddie Hitchcock, grand larceny,, prisoner to Jail, on the charge of
of the same, he has made frequent has been
use cent
I reduction of 15
Investigation per pleaded guilty as to indictment. $10C( murder, to await the next term of KISSIMMEE EVERGLADESLAND
addresses and appeals.
this
on all prices, and in addition to
I put
is now going on, evidence. being secured otTer many ,special prices are In evli fine or 12 months. -court.Phillips'. COMPANYARTHUR
thoughtless merchants are I David Uronson, aggravated assault. who is a preacher, informedsome
and some carries
L dente The Makinson Company
liable to wake up some morning; to facea i a full line ot hardware 1 terming tools, Transferred to county court. neighbors that he intended to E. DONEGAN, Local Representative ,r% "i
Gilbert Faiuon, breaking and entering existence, so when
wind Clayton's
charge bearing on the s.ale of cigarettes up
I roofing, doors, sash, and all material '
cigarette materials to those .One year at hard labor. Clayton hove in sight the preacher
or
building, as well as a complete -
to
under legal age. Mr. Snyder preached I pertaining stock( of queenswarn, sporting Dewey Motley, grand l larceny. Plead* Philips shouted that he would hang his .__, ,_n __ _ .
an eloquent sermon, calling attention'I goods, ammunition. paints. and varnishes ed guilty. $100 or 12 months. religion on the fence and do some kill- .
In addition to this the Krssimmee to The load of buckshot struck Clayton
to the vast amount of money and energy I Norman Falk, assault with intent ing.
used in keeping up the seemingly; I Furniture,a) complete.department:! line of stoves of> the, beds companyhas rugs murder, pleaded not guilty. L M. Mer- at close range, almost severing his II III ,
habit. the thingsin for defendant. Verdictof I leg at the thigh. Apparently not satisfied Automobile Owners
useless and nerve destroying and furniture. About only shon, attorney I Notice
He quoted from writings and utterances the Makmson stock that are exempt guilty. Two years. with) this attempt, he used the I ,
of the Denver from this discount sale are asbestos gun as a club and pounded the victim
t of Judge Ben Lindsey and automobile tires. Mr. Alex. Edwards, grand larceny, pleaded -
Juvenile Court in which the statement Makinson shingles; has advertised the sale extensively not guilty. Andrew Johnson for de fiercely, but after a few days in jail I Section 6212, page 176 of the Session
attributed'to this famous champion of and is profiling by the great fendant. Verdict of guilty. 100 and Phillips has apparently resumed his religious
State and
Laws of 1911. imposes a County
bold
tendencies and the warrior
boys points out that a great majority ,I rush of purchaser (!!) ts. Motion for new trial. Two other -
,- I indictments against same party on spirit has fled, leaving him a docile and license tax upon all automobile ownersor
-- humble indeed. Phillips claims
same charge not led. negro operators, whether automobiles are
that Clayton invaded his home.
Lewis Bass, larceny of hogs, contin h__ __ ___._ used for hire or private use. These license -

ued. taxes must be paid oti or before July1st.
I Wm. King assault with intent to Ilarrold-0'Berry.

? murder W. J. Sears,-attorney for defendant A quiet but pretty home Wedding oc-I Informations will be filed againstall

i WHY NOT Plea of not guilty. Withdrew curred at the residence of the bride's : persons on that date who have not

plea and pleaded guilty of aggravated parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harrold, i

1 'assault $!&0.00 and costs, or six ()JI!) East MagnoUa street, Friday afternoon procured said license.

Yea, why not plan your months. : at .< o'clock, when their eldest : W. B. CRAWFORD,

J Sim Mailings, assault with intent to laughter Miss Alma Lucile Harrold, ; Prosecuting Attorney.I .
Fourth of murder Continued at request of State's was united in marriage to Mr. Martin I
July I I
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I attorney Bond $7UO Luther O Berry I

C. so that you can take in the ; court ordered the defendant to pay back by only the immediate family was per- ',, of Florida, and possession theprerequisites FLORIDAT I
sport the. money embezzled and the costs of rmmpil l by Dr. J. t;. Anderson, pastor of
: winch ankstm<'d to
Y the proceedings In such event the lie First Presbyterian> church.
.. a light tan I! make hint successful in the |practice of FIRE/CASUALTY
atST. CLOUD ? court would suspend sentence during The bride was gowned in
good b<.h imr. The terms laid\ down )Ojt exilk. with hat and gloves to match,"' his chosen profession

s, by the court were accepted I, and the mil |presented> a (picture i of loveliness I Following the ceremony, the happy 1 INSURANCE CO. '

sheriff reported receipts of $:>'", on principal >;hf has !been reared in Gainesville, is couple left over the St'abollr.Air.\ Ilie! .
Come over and enjoy a whole $8..10) interest $(>.il costs, a total ttraiti\e in personality, cultured and '
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Beach
and Atlantic
day of fun. of t.\UH..\! The sheriff remitttii his iccomplished': And Is |popular with a for Jacksonville I'
WITH US
costs of $1.85 fritf circle of friends I where they will remain the next few INSURED

Extra service and reduced rates on railroad. Hemy Savage, changing marks and The groom is from Kissimmee and a I Ilion da\s Upon their return to dainisille, -' '

Concert Band. brands on marked animals, and larceny of one of () l'pola county's best.nown they will ,he at home to their friends\ --
Music Kissimmee
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ARTHUR E. DONEGAN'Local
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and most extensive planter
Not all witnesses
animals
3 of domestic the residence ot the bruits> patents
present, defendant bound over to next 'or the past two years he has been at- | Sun. \
Gainesville Representative
term. I ending the law department of the Uni-

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the Truth We are going_ to put on sale only the goods named in this advertiseHere's :'


r ment, at practically cost, and with that determination, born of a '.


the chance to do great merchandising ,
business purpose, which sees in clearing decks" at once, J

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a little later, we have gone about this great make-room sale with but one object in_ view, ..y.I..


mentioned stock irrespectivs of cost to us.
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Linen Suitings Ladies' Foster Waist Flouncing and EmbroideriesRegular

I and Embroideries at 25 pr. ct. OffPetticoats
Price $1.50, now : : $1.00
Regular Price $7.00, now : : $5.00 Regular

Regular Price $5.00, now : : : 3.75 J ,I
Dresses
t Embroidery "
All $10.00 values now : : : $6.50 ,'
Dresses '
Silk -
All Embroidery Dresses 25 per cent. Off All 3.00 values now : : : : 2.00 :.

Regular Price $15.00, now : : $1O.OO$1.OO 1 ,

,, Wash Skirts Lawns and Batiste Children's Hose ::;

in Lawns and Batiste at greatly One lot of 25c value now : : 18c 1
LIMITED NUMBER ONLY Everything 'I''
reduced prices. One lot of 15c value now : : : lOc ....J;

?, Regular Price $1.50, now : : 1.'
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L Rub-Dry Towels Men's 60c Shirts now : 39c Your opportunity. In this lot the An opportunity for ladies with '.bi '

_.. and Florshelm small feet. In this lot the Queen ; .(
75c value now : : 45c50c One lot left over Men's Suits at famous Douglas

absolute cost. Shoes are found. Quality Shoes are found. J
value now : : 30c


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SUMMER NO TIME TO Mra MlM I.nla Mary Atwood Florence., nalary No 28, ... 4000,! S I i in the Sunday school. His wife baa a I
Z. 48 00
No
J H Walker; labor school M 2 00 i. .. I I Ii I. sweet voice and sings In the choir 'I MEIKLEJON PLAN IS a'

OnoBola Journal, printing. ... 0 60 i "' : _.
OBSERVE TRADE DAY Gee W Boltou labor school 10 o 00 ,. The DeLand Register has passed :
Gazette Ad. .
Knemiluesi: St Reldel. labor."hooIS. 0 !DOM ApprovedBy from the : '
hands of TAKEN
E UP
D VUlBOn labor school 16 5 00 .. C. Wood to D. C. BY BOARD :: -

R t Rtarli'ig. .. I. .. Tai Mooney Mr. Wood goes to Eustis, .
Committee Will So ReportOctober ROM Graven, supplies. "I .. 2 noO Auto' Sales Manager where a strong company has- organized .

N Carne*. .. "in .. . O 00Oioeola for the publication of up-to-date '
Hdw Co, 1. 4 24 Lake Improvement Is Certain -
paper. Mr. Moonev
It making a fine :1
is Valley Oaiette. . 'IS 70 ; : :
Month Designated as printing Mr. S. B. Aultman, agent at Kittimmee for paper of the Register.An '
J L Button --- ..
)Janitor school 10, tub I 1ft 09
Propitious Season for- Celebration The returns Sub-school DistrictMo. I the well known Cartercar, has received the fpllow- I Board of Trade .' 1 "

by the Local 5 having been received, the board ing letter from the manufacturing headquarter Interesting compilation was fur- Plant for Building Looking Into .i
nished the Pensacola News by T."A1I Docks
Merchants at Pontiac Mich -
upon motion proceeded to canvass. : 'and l
I bert Jennings, member Providing Suitable
same and found. We in of of the of the National ..
follows
; : I, are receipt a copy KUtimmee'; Valley | Democratic Executive
-k KUaimmea will have a Trade Day Center Park Fla., June 2. 1912. Gazette which show full Committee. It Anchorage y
You
your page advertisement. I shows the meeting place and of )
but not this month as the case was We, the undersigned Inspectors and I dates --- .' t
are to be congratulated its splendid appearance. It Democratic national
last year and -as the suggestion wag II clerk of Special Tax School District upon every convention, The MeikleJon'plan for improving the : I

first put forward for the present year. No. 6, Center Park' County of Osceola, is exceedingly well written and arranged in fact, is very I with the delegates from Florida, the lake front and building municipal dock '

President Stanford of the Board of i State of Florida, do"he re by certify that attractive in every way, and should attract a good deal of member of the national committee received attention from the i Board of 1
from this
Trade appointed a committee Monday at the -election held in Special 1 Tax attention to the Ctrtercar. and remit in your getting a lot of f the state and the nominees of Trade Monday evening and a commit- i
convention. from 1864
I to 1908.! The
aught for the purpose of interviewingthe School District No. 5, on the 3d day of good prospect mittee ha the matter under investiga
piece will 'be filed in
away numerous tion. .
merchant and polling an opinionas June, A. D. 1912, pursuant to law we '
We are very glad to see yon Mart off to well No scrap]? books. It '
to whether it would be a wise step did canvass the votes cast at said election -I was recalled at the meeting that
fill doubt we will be getting some order from( yon in the Mr. A. D. Covington I
to take or not. for the persons, and to the office very Governor Gilchrist has who operates a tl
st 3 o'clockthe
The committee was composed of hereinafter' specified and further i, near future and assure you if we do they will have our very afternoon of July 16 as the time for turpentine distillery at Rosalie, had 1 ,

Messrs. Dozier Leitner F. H. Lawson to canvass the votes cast at said election best attention. the circuit some time ago made a Propo81t1on'to
judges to meet to consider
and L. O'Bryan. This committee acted for number of mills of district tax the city to help in the cost of erecting
Wishing; and with kind needed in
: yon success regards, we beg to changes the existing statutes. i
with the characterize to be levied and collected for a dock. Mr. Covington his
pjomptneaethat.,should annually The ships products '
: remain, Yours very holy, governor recently: sent a letter to
all committees. It lost no two succeeding years and the votes all the circuit by boat to Kissimmee, and from
judges if I v
.. asking they
time. The needful investigations were cast in said election district at said CARTERCAR COMPANY would attend such a conference In Tallahassee this point by rail, necessitating a trans '

made election sub-school district H. R. Radford Gen Sales fer. At one time Mr.
and a report formulated before and whether a Mgr. and offering to pay the necessary Covington proposed I
noon Tuesday. The committee recommends should be established were as to buid( the dock himself asking
expense of such a meeting from I-"J
that the Trade Day celebration follows: his contingent fund. All the judges only the permission of the city and [

be postponed until October. The conclusion For sub-school district, 14 votes. the offering to give It for the free use of 4i
approve move and promise to be
reached is that the summer is i Against; : None I -__ present, provided the business of their the city with only the one condition "j

not the best time for such an event; For trustees as follows: i courts allow.A attached, but for some reason the prop- I

that better results will accrue and more I J. W. Prentis, 11 votes; J. A. Bar- MADE PERMANENT HELD UP osition was rejected. .. It is believed t .'

people enjoy the event in the fall. If clay, 12; J. M. Sharp, 10; L. E. Partin baby girl born at Webster Fla., that an agreement can be reached with

the celebration in October proves a sue- !! 5; H. M. Partin, 1; W. U. Simmons, 1; to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hays has the Atlantic Coast Line to share in the

cess, it is proposed to have another I I iC. S Partin, 1 ; A. J. Simmons 1. <;'I Council l Confirms Temporary Officers Street Sweeping Machinery Arrives seven grandmothers. It happens this construction of the docks. '

some time in the early spring, say For tax levy 3 mills, 14 votes. of fire Department. With Too Much Freight Due. way. The maternal and paternal There are several forms of the prop- "

about February. The report of the i i L. E. PAKTIN, I grandmothers are Mrs. Robert Hays, osition. that will be taken under consideration I
The meeting ot the City Council last On May 18th the :
city ordered from
)
committee will undoubtedly be adopted. 1: J. A. BARCLAY. of Webster and Mrs.: Clara Nichols, of by the committee, which is
Friday of the
I evening; was not productive Austin-Western Company of Chicago
, J. M. SHARP:;, Oxford; there are three great grandmothers composed of Messrs. Sears,, Aultman r
I i I much business. Matters of routine na- a combined sprinkler, grader and and Lee. .
Inspectors.
namely Mrs. M. E. Pemberton a
I i ture were taken up, such as progress in street sweeper, same to coat some $764at r
Proceedings of W. D. SIMMONS street paving .and making the recent the factory of Oxford, and Mrs. Kate Davis

" I Clerk.: fire department appointments perma- The machinery has arrived and has and Mrs. Frank Hays, of Webster; SUCCESSFUL MEETING
The board finding said election was and two great great grandmothers, i f
\ been
the School Board nent. refused on account of excessive
" i conducted according to law and everything Thus A. A. Tano will be in charge of freight charges that followed the Mrs. Mary Friddle and Mrs. Delight; --- j .t

Kissimmee. Fla.. June 4. 1912. regular, the said district cuss de- I| the fire brigade assisted by Leroy Kulp ment. While the city does not ship deny Dickson, of Indiana the last two being Dr. Holt Conducts Revival at the 1."
clared a sub-school district for the en- | 1 H8 and 7" years of age respectively.The .
and Ira Best lieutenant of
I as captain as that it should pay the freight it does Town of Loughman.Dr.
The Hoard of Public Instruction met .
uing two years; also J. W. Prentis J. I the chemical apparatus. All are voluntary not intend to wonderful baby was christened ,
charges that
stf) regular session there being present A. Barclay, and J. M. Sharpe to be the i members, and the frequent drills exorbitant and pay the seem Frances John.Jacksonville. A. J. Holt, pastor of the First : :
bill that
C. Bass, chairman E. E. Brown expense Baptist church of '.
; Trustees of said sub-school district for this city returned
of the the interest
new auto fire flock and has been issued by the 'J f y
aid W. W. Chandler also W.J., Sears, transportation Saturday from week's
; the a
next two yearn. taken in the department work company seems to Chairman Breakerof is having an ice: war. preaching at ).

I superintendent. The board also t finding; the maximum will insure proficiency in a short time. the Street Committee, to run somewhat Rival ice plants are engaged in the Loughman. This is a' new town. and .ro'

'". Minutes of the last regular session tax levy of M mills had received the It is expected that at the next meeting high. According to opinion., the business of trying to put each other possesses but one church edifice the t ?

were read and approved. majority of votes cast declared 8 mills of the Council the question of increasing machine should not have been out of business. The result is that the Baptist. The building has been finished _
shippedon .
B. C. Miller, county treasurer, reported to be the tax levy for each of the next t the water supply will come a double first class rate, but rather people are getting ice at 20 cents a but six months and Is used jointly by ' ti''

I as follows : two years. hundred, even by the nickel's worth. the various denominations. The Methodists
before that body and it is hoped by a as machinery, knocked down and crat J"

To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction The board then proceeded to make I great many that some decisive action ed. The consignors and the Atlantic are now building and some time '

in and for Osceola county : the itemized estimates for expenditures will be taken as there are those who Coast Line have been notified, and it f is The Sumter County Times gives the this fall their church will be ready for

I 1 herewith tender my report as treasurer for the year 1912-13; as required bylaw do not agree that the present. supply expected that a corrected expense bill official proceedings of the county commissioners occupancy. I t

of Osceola county for the month and also placed the millage for.the is adequate in case ot severe blaze. j will soon be issued and if so the street of that county at which During'Dr. Holt'. stay at Loughman.

of.May, A. D. 1912. .ensuing.. year at 7 mills Chairman Breaker of the Street department will then be in possession of meeting the contract was awarded to he was assisted by Rev: Mr. Hoover.'

olOna4L'.CROOL: FUND. The board appointed! the following Committee reported the arrival of the I this needed equipment.It R D. Waring of Kissimmee for buildIng who will assume the pastorate of the:v .;,);-1'.

To'taaUnoe. from uut report..'.:.......,:'.I7I1IB its i teachers for the ensuing term: '' street cleaner and the excessive freight is not considered likely that any of : the court house and jail at hush Methodist congregation, at that place.-Li, :' \ i\\{;

To mt recd from Compt 1 mill school I Osceola High School-Prof. R. M. charges thereon. The" matter of acr I the neighboring towns will, be so considerate nell. Mr. Waring's Lid was $39,750 to. Dr. Holt preached twice i'day, and splr-'',\s i;:" i.\
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tax October redemption .714 1 90 Evaus, principal; Miss Almena Leitner itually the meetings ,
... To amt reed from Tax Col tax' 2U1:1/:1 ceptance is in the hands of this commit- I in this case as to send a man hereto erect the court "house and $8.600 to were very success1"ful '._?,} ?
, To amt reo'd from Tax Col poll 1010-11 la 'i.O first assistant; Mrs. A. A. Simpson tee and they have taken the proper test the apparatus, as occurred in a erect 'the jail. Attorney J. C. B.I quite a number of people having!!, .

". To amt reo'd romp.. R R ,.r IMI 1 72 second assistant. steps to protect the city.PRACTICAL . previous instance. Koonce was directed to prepare a proper been converted and much good work accompliehed. -' '. .
The teachers to the t Rev. Mr. Jandon
were appointed - contract requiring that both buildIngs is the

sis.2i.x':.4 +10 various grades as follows: Misses Mar- ------- be completed by March 1, 1913. resident preacher, but on account of the ,
By paid an perdet
yarraota tha King Albina Smith Emma Futch, LESSONi, ALL THROUGH FLORIDA In making mention of this contract In small number of communicants It is Impossible "
BJF Balance 1l'10II 'oOIICHooL i -
Cleo Wooldridge Harriet Wilcox I the last Issue of the Valley Gazette 1 It to give all his time to the workat (e

.... balance from last WUB-DI.T.report 1<.0... .1TO 25S ().j Louise Thorn ason, Mary C. Bryan and Liquor Laws in Many States Discussed was stated that Ludlam & MacDon- Loughman hence they do not have +,

To amt Jc'd Comp., R R tax :to 87 Emma Yowell. in Sunday School Class. Cream of the News Compiled Especially . ough, architects, of this -city represented service every Sunday. ,

To amt ..o'd Iron Tax Col tax. .. 41 17 School No. 10-Mrs. Rhoda Lucas. for the Valley Gazette. the successful bidder before the The town is growing very rapidly

34J: M8 12-Mrs. Jane Dickinson. A practical turn was given the lesson board. The Valley Gazette is requested however and Dr. Holt believe* that a

By paid warrant u p4r lint.. .. . : llII1 '. 13.Primary department, of the day last Sunday by Mr. C. A. Florida continues to be the leading by the architects to say that Instead very short time will witness the Installation -

.- By balance .. .... ...i7 7 6 Miss Bessie Lawson.- Carson, teacher of the Bible class at state in the production of fullers' earth. i;. of representing Mr. Waring that they of a regular pastor at that place. f
,
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the School. In 1911 it reported 27.65H tons valuedat
Baptist Sunday ,
2. the }
SCHOOL SUB-DUT.KO. were employed by county commissioners
'1'0 bar Irom last report .. ........ ... . . ill III0.01' School No. 16-Principal, Mils Cora The text was temperance. Instead $265,671 or C9.60 a ton. The official l i to the
I -'"]' reo'd from Comp.. R R tax 45 M Maine; assistant principal. Prof. C."Nee of sticking to the scriptural subject reports show that fullers' earth was supervise construction The Poor Chicks. : 71
of the and the ,
,. :;To ems reo'd from Tax Col tax . . Carnes. Grades aa follows: Mrs. Lula produced in but building statement 1 &'
Mr. Carson took a census of his class seven states during the .
; : 1'" Atwood, Misses Fleda Doolittle. Lillian Arkansas heretofore appearing In error. This Editor!: Gazette :-Will you p1a.e'do '... \.. .
and found there were ten States year namely, California, r?
. ... . .. represented correction Is made in justice to all.
Br paid warrant al per Hit 141 04 Dale, Mrs. Laura Lee. me the kindness to insert the following -
in Its membership. The States Florida Georgia, Massachusetts. South
; .ybi,hisses .. ..... ... ... . t 43 VI School No. 18-Prof. Fred Harvey. Carolina and Texas. Florida : "'
.. were Georgia Florida Pennsylvania produced ,
,; ec.oo6.va-Dar. VO. S.l 20-L. L. Jordan M. E. North 68 cent of the entire Mrs. Katherine Livingston Eagan My attention ha been attracted' ', "
Carolina Illinois Indiana, Ohio. per output and 69 t
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a1l1'OlJl taut report leesTo :so Jamison Juanita Thompson. the situation !
widow of of
Minnesota. Arkansas and per centof the value. The former Jacksonville postmaster a coop of fowl at one _
list ....d from Tax Col ta'x' . ... .. 6411 I Virginia. imports of '. ;
The superintendent was instructed to Mr. Carson called upon the membersto fullers' earth were the largest ever re has organized an equal suffrage of our leading grocery stores. These \\Yl\\" ;(

NaiveY f open all country schools, if possible on I tell of the methods employed In each corded both in quantity and value be league among the women of Jackson poor chicken are jammed tip'close to a :: !,
a1 paid warrants..per Hat . .. &t 98By the .first Monday in August and'the ville. the brick wall where the
State to regulate the liquor traffic. The ing 18,244 short tons valued at $143,594: Among prominent membersof : inn, with Its piece; ,

fcalanoa. ..... .. ... ...... . 1631 OH school term for the ensuing year was evils of the traffic were not discussed so that the consumption was 68,921 the league are Miss Hortense Brow- ing hot ray, pour down on them from M

SCHOOL UB-DIST. MO.4. plated at five months. except incidentally. It was in fact a short tons, valued at $520,718. Fuller. ard, sister of the late former /governor one o'clock until out of sight. Then 1

, oro bal from. Uat report, .. .. .. ... . .. 647 67 The salary of all teachers of ..chsf col lesson treating of the rights ''of the earth is used principally as a filtering of this state, and Mrs. H. L. Anderson the heat from the wall continue. a Rood I

f 'ii. ,To amt rco'd from Tax Qol lea, r... .. 6, No. 1, except Ike"principal, first assistant States to prohibit the traffic, with the medium for oils fats and greases, and wife of the well known Ocala attorney. long while after the sun i I. down making ''

".' . ea and assistant primary teacher, was moral aide of the question employed Is found in fifteen ..tates.J Speaking of the new movement Mrs It still warm. If the coop was out t./

By' paid: ,warrants aa par Hit . .. .. 117 78 raised $5 per month. fundamentally to carry the sermon. Eagan said: "I have, never considered some distance from the building It would i .

,* Bar balance.. ...... ...... . . . we 81 The salary ot the teachers of schools I the movement aa a thing to be laughed not be so bad. u a draught would be r

.It\ ''I) B. C. MILLER, Nos. 3 and 46 was raised to $40 per ] The last census show that the density at or to be treated like t mere plaything there. .
principal; Miss Nettie Hodges of population In Florida
is
13.7
County Treasurer. month. ant. 1I.I.t-1 per'son. :, because Its Intent are not frivolous Now mention this, thinking It may 1

; There being no further business, the School No. Si-Mrs. Nellie Wether- I to the square mile. Elbow'room but based on the need of better arouse the attention. of tile owner to "
Warrants
In the sum of 3126.34 were ,. for several million
board adjourned until Monday, June 17 more people in the political condition I this It.
i believe that the matter. seem to me the city
,
examined and cancelled in open seselo'Bips bee.School !i state, remarks the Su Cloud Tribune.
@ 1912. No. 45 Miss Katherine Sha- woman In politics will make olitici ought to give the marshal power to see I
i approved and t 1s- 'I .
were warrants doan. cleaner and bettor." poor, helpless creatures of God' handiwork

y'j':'' .sued u follow:. Kissimmee, Fla., June 17, 1912. The board after carefully considering Detroit I I. a colony located Mi taken proper care of while man ,

waNe.n.alsrf. Sept .I100.. .. OoWjC The Board of Public Instruction met the enlargement of the St. Cloud ami.; allows them life. ., "
: Baas. M B I-1 400 Kissimmee-An Aaostic.
F. Drpeu.ger1.. . . . 5 OO in special session, there being present school building, decided to'build on the there was recently solemnised, the I have eased my mind in thus writing: '-1 x

t\1\\<'< 'W. w Chandler. M U P I. . . 20 CO W. C. Bass, chairman; E. E. Brywn, back side of the present buildipg according contracting parties) being William H. K-Is for Kissimmee finest city In the about this matter, trusting It may do "' .d''

B 0 Miller onn treianrcr . 75 66 and W. W. Chandler; also W. J. Se ra. to original plans, and Chairman Sykes and Miss Marion Turner Sharp. state; some good. LADY: CITIZEN.Notice. \:

iS; J fe Smith, Jauttor School No. I.. \2 mo. 60 00 superintendent. Bass and Superintendent Sears /-is her inhabitants who are strictly
'i 'PfO(- m M Evana. sal. t'ch'rach'INo I. 176 00 C
The minutes of the last were instructed to advertise for bidson up-to-date,
'lIlaa41m1D.Llltuer" No 1. 8f> 00 meeting were The Tropical Sun of West t
t' : .:.Mra A A Blnpinn .". .,.. No I. 65 CO read and approved same all bids to be sealed and Palm Beach has an newspaper editor who drops 5-Is for the smile we wear, so happy M

'!,. MUs Martna Kin* No 1. 1101N 00 Bills and mailed to Hon. W J. Sears before and so
9 .. were..approved warrants issued : on or Into'poetry about almost old gay; E. S. Kimber, for twenty-eight
yearone
any thing.
"
;' ,' /'1., 'ClMWooldrtdg Alblna: King .. No No t.I 05 65 00 00 as follows: the next regular meeting of the It's pretty good verse, too. 5-is sunklst orange., we have them of the leading watch repairers of

",' N'1, EmmaTaleb .. .. MoNo I. 85 00 W. C. Baas, M; E. E. Brown. $b; board. -. every day; Kansas City, Mo., will, on the 1st of

I ...*., Cora Davis .. t. 65' OU W. W. Chandler $20; J. A. O'Steen Miss Nannie Reese was appointed to The next Florida I-Is the beautiful islands out in our July, open a repair shop in the Citizen .'

,"SHarrUt, Wlloox No I. 6580 sob-district No. 8, $19.75. the position of instructor of music in legislature will J lovely lake; Bank building: Klaeimmee. Fla. Bring ."
h'uu(', MeKtiuie No I, MOO Th. board the Osceola High School. have seven editors among its membership M-la for our melon,
> proceeded to appoint they surely take In crippled watches clocks '
your ,
,"' l4mlae Thomaaony" No 1. MOO -The Gainesville Sun jewelry -
predict that
'.". JC u 817- P. .. No 1. UOO teachers u follows: There being no further business, the no ''bill will be the cake) .etc., and have thelll-put. ia shap t
Iv t t'Zmelawaoal" .. .. No 1. MOO School No. 1-Miues Estelle Butler, Board adjourned till next regular meet- members allowed to pass these M-i* also tor the money it is easy 17-11-

,1...' i" ''Jerama Yowell ." " No 1. 00 Nora Hart and May Chlsbolm. Ing. which seeks to make stove here to make; -.'

.IR.oba.Iteaks J: No 1. sOC C 08 School No. 8 Miss Mary David. W. C. Bass wood and punkin seed legal tender for E-I. our educational) advantage ,
to
!N Cora LlkalaL.lLo, U.. eubdlsl, r1, wonwoo .Chairman. subscriptions. Uncle Pennywrle; pysi t- t7
r'' ... : 1J-Hra..J. K. St < Brand;
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G Bo011J/l1 S\ M lIIocol'f" .'" S "Prof.. ,. next Jgov> laying to beat the .
< .. . Is ; B. L.} :Rfley. Superintendent. . band. food, Ulfeboata aboard thai "
saucy 1* a Baptist'and teaches any ansr.
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\i'' of .n except timber leave tq Tb. Kllim. ' ,, ,,to : :\ '. \ .. r :3 Lou.. 1. 12. : 21'2' , 23. '

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j,1LI.0. 90. 103. 121. ." VA' . H '"; 21 3343 ,10: '. .', 10 .
60 03.61. 18. J. Emrry '
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126,1"7 ... G 21 31 131 I.od" fl 12 . o 80 10 F'mrrr, . Lot 1 .. .. . . .. . ..., . 21 80KO TopplBB, A B.I. If
10.43 Dol. 1 boll 108' no g .1 . . . . . . . . . .
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Lot 20 . . . . 21 nl .:1,1Yi E 'r .ANhe Lot 109 . . . I.ot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 noao rnknowo' . .
41 .
Lot 83 . . ... . . . .. .. .. . . 1 21:1: // "nk, ,, . . Iot t 1 . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2A :f I 11 I' 71nknnwa ; a4. r.I.: . . . .. . . . . : 27'' IB Wrluht. J L. . .. .
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Lot 7G . . . . . . : "nkll""o .. A" 'h. rmlnolr Lnni inv (0.8 Lot : 1 27 30
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Co.a 1 2 il1 o 61. $1. 21 r/ Lut 131 . . . .8A'
of .11 except timber Irexe Tie KI.lm. 1010 12. : ; I Inv Co---------! 05 . .. ... . : 21:1 I'nknown 148*' 41
n mee Lumber Company . . . . . . C 07 31LoI.1. .1 20 ao h.M" 1' H.. . f"lIot 1 - - - - ' - -- Uunlap, M j: : : : : : -
4 a2 . . . . . . . . . . . .. / A; ,: ; : 27:0 I .8$
120.10. 24.121.3: ld.. 128 39. .16.. . 110.. . .91. .,. 12.. 6 27 :I 85 Rrmlnolr Land ._ 1.1 ::11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 21 20 26 841:an fi Unknown 1'nknuwn . . . 1 1.03 4'1; of I: '.nl'rI"".1 A'I'..& "'v "I'n's 10 'ih1 SuM1UIv K/.a/ '!' "

. . . . . . Inv CD. : : : : :': 7.: lot 643 45 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ,_t 2R 311: R Unknown; : : : : : : : 1.OaLot .:. Lumlu:: r 1'on pany : 4r.: '40: 0 27 30 r
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Lot 6 . . . . l nknnwn 21 ao ('anon. N H. .. . 1.0:4Io3 1.1. 2. 1.4. 15 :I9. :3.3.:34.
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1 Lot 16 . . . . . . .. . . . . . $ . . . . 21' ao Unknown . . . : :2. I 1243 . . 9 21 30 SB Remlnole Land
. . . 10:1 -
'okoo.o . . . .
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. . . . . $8 II .
Lot 23 0 21 6 : : T.ylor. J IHT Co. . .
r Lot 80. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 21 8 'OkOL"'O . . . . $8 lot : .... . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21 21 21:1 I. G 4.. . . 113 lot flO . . . . . . . . . . . : : . . ; . 9 21 . ... . : .
. . . . . . I tnkoo.n . .. . . . ... . . . . 21 I FI.h.r. 10a . . . . . . . / iombs ,86 t
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Lot .1 . .. . 6 21 HI / tlu.re.n. W H. lAt t2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 'o Unknown . . . 1 12 . . .. I 21 30 I 8 ... .86
and G8 . . . . . . . 0 21 31 10 . . 1.:32: Lot : 3 Lot 84 . . . . .. ..... . ... 210 Unknown . . .
Lot 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 21 81 (1nkoowo . . . . 88I. The l.mlnol. Lend &. inv Cn.. fub-Olv. . 22 L,1 u\: . . . . . . .. .. . . . . I 21 SO / t'bknown .. ,136
. . . .
Lot TI . . 6 21 nl I 'oknowo . . . kM nf .1 . . . . . 2 21 :0Iol Loa .. . . . . . . .. . . . . 21 80 / Unknown . o
Lot 9 ... .. . . . . .. . .... . 6 21 81 I William., L H. . .834y 17. 21. 11. 33. 12. 81. 139. 9. 124 : :0 61 l.mlnol"In. (0.IAni. . .I fl 53 Lot I 11! . . . . . . .. . . . .. . I I 21 80SO I/ Unknown ..III.. .! ,86

., ) 34eminoI. Lnd& iDV Co.a $ulDIv I . . . . 22 R""MP. . . LnaLot Ir t . . . . . . . .. .. . .. . 21 Mitchell, D a.l.., '
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t o, all fr.ctl except timber 1.114 to The 116 . . . . . . . . . .. . .. 22 21 al / 1.0. . . 1": lot 127 .. ..... I 21 30 I Unknown . . . 4
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K.rmmM Lmbr, ,Company 32. 8.. 80 40, 41, 1 21 81 Lot. 123 .. ... .. . .. .. .. . 22 211:0: r. C lna 'l..f Ipmlnnlp'l.An I . . . . . . . Co.. . . . . . 10 21 80.

Lot. II.40 47, 48 49. 60. Bl? 62, 6,1, Tb. ".01001. I.an' & InT Co.'i Sub-DlT Lots 2. 3. H. 1. 111 18. 81. 82. 1 a3, 81. .o
d 41. 70 '72 of of BWIA timber 41. 063.. 108. 101.
B4. BO. 00. 60 7B, 88. 80, ..ept Lumber 4. 49. 10.n. 10.
tK>;; J l.l63."l04"'i0o7l2b1.; 78... . ... 1 2T 31 Seminole) Land lease to Tie. Klnnlmmpe Co. 23 2:0 11. t2. 14. UI. 116. 125, 127. . 20 2 80 170 8e . _
a 181 I Lot6. O. 71, 78 87 88, 101, 01.L' .h.

I' . . . . . . . . . .. . . ... . T 27 31 Inv Co.. . . . 11.10Lt 108 117.. 1.. . .. . ..J. . . . . 23 26 SO 80 8"mlnol.Inv Co.Lend. .'l. ,'. 5.30 Lot 2ft/ and 40 .. . ... . . . . . . 10 27 80 10 t7skno ny T C. .' ,'lV.88 _
. Unknown..I" Lot .14 . . . . . . . . . . . 10 27 SO B 1.:2
4'f1 18 . . . . . n 3 .
. 27 31 80 8 1 .
1 23 20
I Lt 24 ... . .. .. ... . . . ... . . Unknown . . . .1". Lot 30Lota Miller. j rj:: : : : Lot . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 10 27 80 B . "S '
.
Lt .. T 27 31 I a d49' : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 23 20 80 1 0 1.61 . . ; . I Fel. I .e'
85 . .. . .. . . .. . .. . 1 2T' 81 F. .. ..8ALt.2 48 23 20 30 5 Fraubert E L. 1.08 Lot. 5 . . . . . . .. . .. 10 27 SO I U"InoW . : t.
Lt ... ... ... . . . . . .. .. .. / UnknownW .. . . .438 Lot 64 : : : : Lot 74 ... . . . . . . . ... . . . 10 27 80 9'. . AO .
81 i.03 I
j' 1 2T : : : . . . . : ; : . : ; : : 23 2O 3O 5 Iloldrn E M. Senora ,
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Lt ..; 1 27 81 I (on.tlnlo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3O I Vokno.n 1.0 . . . . . I .. !
ei . . . . . . .. . . . . ." Lot 81 232f . . . Lots 81 and 06 . . . . . . 10 27 80 ...
Lot 02 .. ... . .. . .. . . ., .. .. 27 81 31 / Uokoowo. . . . .8 1 Lot 96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HO . . . . 1.03 1.03 Lot . . . . . . .. . .. .. . .. 10 27.10 U"InoW, K. .
. 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1 2fl 3O Unknown 0 I . 1'86
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. . . . . . . . . . lAt DOT Lot . . ?. 10 Vatnown ..
Lot 63 .. T 27 31 rnknown Mi . . . . . . . I ITbe I. . . . . 23 26 30 Unknown . ; . . 03 . . . . '
Lot .O' . . . . . .. . .. 31 I. Uokoowo . . Lot 122 I 1 Lot 113 . . . . . . .. . . . 10 27 80 S Unknown .j..t .
1 2T .
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i e Lot a.... . . ..7 21 31 I Cnkoown . . Seminole Land A InT Co... 8u .DIY Lot 128 . . . . . . .. ... . . .. . 10 27 80 0 Dnknown ..f.' ....
6T .: . ..t. ... .... 1 27 31 I Unknown . .. ..f of all except timber IPBTC to Tbe Klia-I The "mlnol. Land'l A InT Co.'. 8ob-DlT .
30
24 20
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Lt 111 . .. .. . iYF.) . . .. . .. 1 27 6 Unknown . . . ..88ne ,1mmpe Lumber Company of .1 except timber lease to The Kla-
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11 Lot e, 27. .19. . 11 27 80
4 0.
Semlnole Land In. Co.. Bub-DlT 45.8'4 86'.7 J7a1L7li: : 12 J. : . . . 24 26 30 120 Seminole Land A 10m.1. I.lmbl, Company 10 17. 20 22. 28. 25. ,
. . . I.te
to Joy Co 12.00I"t 1 1
fraetl except timber .
40
Ie. SO. 42 48,
.t T.K.lmm" 88. 80. 41, ,
'al Lumber Company . 8 27 31 S3Ixit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 26 80 I Unknown . . . I .03: 26.441 27 Bl, 17114 62, OS, 65, 66. 69. 76, .
3 7. 8. 10, 18 14, 16; 20. 22. 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 26 SO Unknown .. . . 1.01I.t 84, : 00. 07. 108. 112, 115. 110. 126. 11 80 260 Seminole
23, 26. Ab. Si, 8 86 41, 42. 43 : .. . . .... . . . . . .. . . 24 2no Ift/ Unknown . .. . .03 04. 2 L.-

k 44. 4e 41; G2. .88 .. . .. . 8 21 31 140 8emloole I.od Lot 7B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 26 30 I Dnknown . . . 1.0 Lot O .. .. . . . . . .. . . . . . 11 27 80 Unknown tar Co. .. -10,12AO .
Inv Co . . . 11.75 Lot 81 .._. . . . . . . . .. . . . . 24 2/:0 I Unknown . . . 1.03Lot Tot . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 11 27 RO I Unknown .: ;. .
.5'. Lot 8 . . ... . .. . . . .. ... . 8 27 81 I Unknown . .. . .88 06 . . . . . . . '.' . . '. . . . . 24 21:0 Unknown . . . 1. oa lot 14.. . . . . .. ... . . .. ... 11 27 .10 I UaknOwp ... . "U ,.
Y I jot IT /. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 27 31 I Unknown .. . .8$ 99 . . . . . .. ... . .. . . .. 24 8B Unknown . . . 1.08 Ixit 83 . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 27 80 / Math ..'Z ."
Lot 27 .. .. . .. . .. . . .. . . 8 31 Unknown . .BX lot Lot 10O . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 26 30 Blair EM. . . 1.03 Ixt 86 . . . . . . . . . . .%. . . . 111 27 80 I A ,. .
i 81) . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . 8 2T 81 I Unknown . ... . .18 110 . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . 24 210 / Hodirman. D I. 1.03 . . . . . . . . . . . .. I 11 27 80 Unlow ..: .
Lt 48 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 27 81 I Tlokoown . . . . lot lot 114 .. ... .. . . . . . . . . 24 I Scbolck, I V . 1.03 Lot Lot f ( . ... . . . .... .. . . . . . 11 27 RO I Uolow... ... .i
40 . . . . . . ... u ... . . . 8 27 81. Uokoowo .. . . .18 The Land'l A InT Snb-DlT Lot 104 . . . ... . .. . . . 11 27 80 UokDCwa . . '.
Lt I S.mlool. Co.e .
4 CO . ... . . . .. . . . .. . 8 27 81 Unknown . . . .IK' of all except timber leane Klulm- lot .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 27 80 I .. .:
: Lt Bl . . . . .. . . . . . .... .. 8 27 81 / Uokoowo . .. . .81 mop Lumber Company . . . . . . . 2 26 30 tot 11. . . . . . .. ....... 11 27 80 Unkaown Rite G1.rJ..a, ;At '' '
1 Lot B4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 27 81 Unknown . . . . Loin 5. 13. 22. 28, 80. 86. 48, 00, 64. 70, The Seminole Land A lay Co.'a Bub-DlT / A i .11'
Lo. . . . . . .. . . . .. .. .. 8 21 81 I Unknown . . . .ll 108, 1 . . . . . .. . . . . . 226 80 M Seminole Lend & . . . . . 12 27
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11. I Joy 6.lltot. 8
Lot 68x .. .. 8 27 81 Unknown (" Lots 7,134, 0.. 18, 24, 21. 70.77. 82,
>t B7 .. . . . .... . . ... 8 27 81 I Unknown . . . .88 2 sod .. . . . . .. . . .. . 25 26 10 10 White. 11.: : : : : 1.61: 4. fin, 08. 104, 16'1.110' 116, 121,

I I x>t BB . . . .. .... .. 0..1. . . . 8 27 81 I Uokoown . .. ..NNAL . .a: . . . . . . . . . . . . 226 1 Unknown . . . 1.03 . .. . . .... . . . . . . 12 30 .
1. xit 00 . ... .. . . .. ... .. .. . 8 21 81 I Uoknown . ... .88 Lot 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226/ 10 1 Unknown . . . 1.03 121. 2 10 801001. Laud at
7 Lot 61 .. . : . . .. . . ..... . . 8 21 81 Unknown .. . . .88 Lot./7 end .25 20 Capron, Ono W. 1.61 . . . . . . .. . 101411th Co..I0.M
> ea . . . . . . . . . . . i . . . . 8 21 81 I/ UnkDown . . . . .8Mj Lot :42 . . ?. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 25 26 30 19 IInknown . . : : 1.08 Lot V.tel 32 and. .16.. ... . . . . ..... . .. .. 12 12 27 27 80 8O 10 .L' .' ,1.3

o Lt f" . .... .. . ... . .... 8 27 31 / tnknown . . . .88 lot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226 ao 1 Moyer. A . . . 1 .03 Ixit BO .... . . . .... .. . . . 12 27 30 1 81.I.kel. IT .81
Lot .. .. . . . . . . . .. . . . 8 21 81 I . . . . 8Bw Lot. Mi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3 26 ao / Unknown . . . I .08 Lot. Bf) and 70 . .. . .. . . ? . . . 12 27 RO 10 Cr.H .L.I*. 1,011' ': .
ti Tin Seminole Land InT Co.'. Bub-DlT rot 106 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228 AO / Potter. G 8. . . 1.0a lot. 63Ixit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 27 80 utt Eder. . . .r..
of all except timber leaaa to The Klaalmmlo Lot lOP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25: 2ao I Unknown . . . 1.08 68 . .... . . . . .. . . . . 12 27 80 / Arbritton A B/.J. '88
Company 0 2T 81 lot. 11 . . . . . . .. . .. .. 226 ao / AI..od.r, 0 I. 103 Tbe. Land A inv Suh-DlT ., .0. ,e

1 r 41 Lots, .tr:B8 10., 16.6 20, 2429, B7,: 3: 6.8B; 88 82: Lot lot g : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .: : : : : : : : : : : : .: g 2Y 26 g g Unknown : : : :: : : l of 8mlnol.. timber Company lease. .Co.e. .Te KlaaImmeo . .. 18 27 80 K

Sol Seminole Lend Co.'. LambI
84.
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1 80 OO. 01, 11., 08, 04,06, 98. 100.. 101. of . . . .10.. .. 80bDIY. 26 28 80 Ixit. 1, S, 13 4$4' 10, 19, 28, 28 80, 82 '
.1 66..
10109. 118. 0. 21 14 98 00. 101. 110 88, 3O. / 68. BO. 60 64. "
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104, ,
1 117.1O3. 118, 120, 121 123, 18.. 128. .16. 9 27 SI 208 R.mlool. Land 1"i2": : . .. . . :. . : . : . . . . . . : 26 26 80 8 Seminole Lod. 67 I 81, 03, 04, 08. O7. 1O1, 1O4 /
Kal.t.
y JOY Co. / lOR. 1 i0, 112, 121, 123, 126,
. .
. 26.84
g 2T 31 Unknown loy Co... . . .88 1 and 18 . . . . . ... .. ... 21 26 10 10 Unknown . . . 181. 128 . ... .18.. 10. .. . .. ... 18 27 80 210 Beralnole Land A, *'-

:, !i 1.9 21 / Vokoown .. . .138 Lot 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/ 210 / Unknown . . . Co,10:40)) t
2. .. ... . . . .. .. ... . 27 11 1 Unknown .. . . Lot 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 221 1 Unknown . . . 1.03 Lot 4 . . .. . . .: .. .... 18 27 30 6 'JLT . .
9 . . Q34
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Lt . . . . .; . .. . ..... . . 81 / . . .. ..8 8 . . . . .-. . . . . . . . . ao / Uokoow. 1.01 Lot 17 . .. . . . . . . . ... 18 VDlOWD .
-8' L . .. .. ;. . . .. . .,. . 9 9 2 81 / U.knwa . .. 1M I"t Jot 41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 26 10 I . . .. .. .. Lot Bl .. ... . . . . . .. .. . .. .. .. 13 27AO6 B.low' .t..4.. !; ''Croi 1 \
la . . . .
U.koow . . . .
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26 28 Lot 84 .. ,
. . . . . . . . . 108 18 27 80 j
1
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L .. 01 I .. . $ UI Tot 62 .... . . .. . . . ... .. . 13 27 80 I UD.on . t .
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L 11.. . ... . .. . .. .. . 9 2T 81 I Fo.I.I. W B... .8 1k906, BB, 120E., 70, 87. tot 114 .: ........ .-. . .... ... . . "ITb 1827 IS 27 80 80 I ".a I..' <-; : i
Land lav Co/a Bub-DlT 112. ; 26 10 llaol. L4 .
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timber to . . . . . SubDY. .
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r Tpb 6 641, It aMinlilill W'i. 01. 62 88, 60 68 68, 2 .
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