The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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"Healthiest KISSIMMEE* UsUet Tows>States.! laIk :, KISSIMMEE VALLEY, (, Al'E"' ,

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1 11 NOT SORRY ONE WHIT state and! everywhere.' in the Union. \ ,'as have well received aa Canada the, I brick masons' atwork..aM the walls!

they : are going up so fast.that, It I looks as if NA t OF BROWARD
highest praise,, They will go .from Meeting of the, Board' :of Jra trains will be stopping under its shed :
Florida to Cuba, thence through' Central ,
before the close of ;
,m:; F .. Local 'Real l .... . -- .-- April / .
That a Estate.; Agent and South America! expecting 'to : ,A complete description 'of his depot Is Honored 'at (
J Convention
'c' a
,.; r' Worked His Graft and Sold reach Australia next *p Ing. The regular semi-monthly meeting of the Kissimmee was printed in a .formeredition of the /Three -
Those who have had the of Thousand ,
pleasure People
five Board of Trade will held Valley Gazette; therefore we/will merely on ,
Him Acres.t listening io these clever people declare be next. Monday night, March / '.
say that It will be the ))andsomest the East Coast
.. their performance to be of the highest 27th. at. 7SO o'clock in the councit chamber.The work andmoat.modem'depot .

to keep our'thousand*of readers artistic character, and that it was well the Board' of Trade has undertaken-that of increasing the the state twice th*"tjue atsity."iace of Kissimmee, in! I .- -..- ..-" ,

'Wrnlnded that the action of the ComIJ worth double the price of admission to population of Kissimmee to ten thousand before the close of- The closing\ of Sproull! Avenue by the One of the largest crowds: ever col-'" '

: missioners in sending out eight hundred enjoy such an evening's entertainment. the year i'912!' -makes, It Imperative for every member to city gives the railroad, ample room to lected: together In Florida, gathered at;;\ ; ,
if] weekly of the Valley Gazette'to The American Woman's League has lay out and beautify the'grounds surrounding Progresso on (he east coast.last week"Fto '
: copies be $
present do his part if to be crowned with' _. '
l attractions In
provided many high-class participate the distribution of
in the North'nd West who are the depot, which; we lefcrn, ;
persons seeking Information regarding..Floridais for the amusement> of our people the success.: We all desire that''Kissimmee. should be a bigger will be done as soon M the building is tracts of land and town' lot .bythe 'I

,,1' doing more to build 'up and make past winter, and its members should receivethe city, a" more prosperous city( a ,betterall-round, | city ".but t. completed: The one thing which will Florida Fruit Land Co. There were "

prosperou Klssimrnee and'' Osceola most hearty encouragement ...such can never 'be unless our citizens present! a solid front r then be needed, make Kissimmee, in ; tully three thousand people present'fdi r '

county than all other agencies combined for the efforts they are -putting forth and work, in complete harmony and as a unit. that line/fhe superior of any-other city o f theUnited States: and '

we print the following letters to'make the Chapter llouse perfect in in inland Florida will be'for the Councilto Canada; all of whom were purchasers '
its equipment, for which the S. J.. TriplettPresident.. of certificates represented those who ..
Arkansas City )(aB.. Mar. 15. 11. purpose ,order DakJn'and Sproull avenues or ,'
Editor Klssimmee Valley Gazette: money derived from this ntertainment H. C. Stanford.: Secretary. paved with vitrified brick from Broadway were: Mr. J. E. Mattock., vice-presi

/ Dear Editor : Since r have been receiving will be used. s : _' to the depot grounds, and if this ,dent land general manager of, the Kissimmee

a few copies of your valuable ( is done we believe the railroad would] Valley J Land Co.: "of "this ,city,
presumably-through"the kindness complete the job "by paving the *pI ; attended the conventiori in the interest ,

of paper your enterprising and worthy Boardof COUMBIACOftG[ 'I I proaches to the depot with the fcamei of J>Jorth Carolina partfes. and had the ,

County Commissioner, I feel that I ,IGoodCountry i material. There i is nothing that Impresses honor ot presenting a resolution and ,
Roads the .
missed a great deal by not visiting and ,: a stranger more than to alight making a speech tna$ proved the ...entof '

"*. making the acquaintance of yourself Concert Company Gives a Splendid I from a train at a clean and well ap. the'Week. In that connection we ,

alnl staff of the Valley Gazette, when ( I pointed station and walk Over paved clip the following from one ot our exchanges ,," ,
Performance at Auditorium
wife and I visited your beautiful Most Important Question streets to a hotel'-thing* that,will greet :
city of Kissimmoe last December We last Friday! Night. 1- I the eyes of the tourists when they come "Shortly after the assembly convened -t ,I
on Wednesday 'morning Mr. J,
were there ten days and enjoyed the / to us next winter I
E. Mattocks of, Fla., occupied : a
I much besides we made / < ,
climate very with fear that ]woplu attend the platform and paid touching* '
lyis some a
I of a number of your That : TIItBRASS BAND 11"
the acquaintance Confronts Our To- ,
I valued townspeople whom we became a performance given by what is County Commissioners! .. tribute Jo ex.-Gv. N. B. Broward. ',
I much attached to. We stopped ter'med amateur talent, as the players dayThe Best, Cheapest and Quickest Wayto Mr. Mattock' speech-fallow_ :

L_. very the noted Park Hotel and we found usually fall far short of what is expected \ Will Add Many- New _Members and "Mr. Chairman, 'Fellow, Contract "I',

) at the proprietors, Mr. and M rH. Rose. alli' of professionals, but if any bad such I Build Them. is to, Bond the County. I' Effect a Permanent Organization., Holders, Ladle and Gentlemen : 1 prefer
. fears on Friday night last when they that my remarks proceed from me
all the
that one could wish for; in fact, The Kissimmee Cornet Band is already -
of the 'attended!, the performance given in the I as a critizen of North Carolina, where
and I
kind, polite of
ar.k-rs were one our city' biggest drawing
> High School Auditorium by the Columbia A year ago almost every man in \) educational advantages enlarged and 1 yet have a legal residence of one
I best people. cards but its members declare thatthey '
\ 'ry College\ Concert Company. theirfears ceola! county was talking good roads, extended his church privileges; given month. '
and ,
oM\ friend I '
We visited with our will not cease in'their efforts until '
were quickly dispelled before the and our Commissioners built three milesof him.-h ,tter opportunities for moral and \ 'Before this convention proceeds 4
Mr. It. H. Brock, now one I I'intelle its name is a household word throughout ,
townsman completion of the first number on the hard road. reaching from Kiasimmee'- tual.lUlture. broughfhim innumerable I with its deliberations no more fitting 'l :
,f valued townsmen. And then Florida. Looking to this end, a -
f a your I program. to the Orange county line and from'ISl. additional comforts and placed general time could be foUnd\ to honor the memory
couldn't help making invitation will "be
I issued in few
ymi know Every member of the faculty who I Cloud towards this city for a dia- j I within his reach luxuries hitherto una \ a of the man who is rectly responsible 7
of that notorious and ev..rhWIY days to oitizens to enroll their .
our names
j acquaintance' took part in the concert--Professor and tance of about three !miles, and then tainable. for the fathering together of this -
estate A. S. Nelsonand" ; I the list of members.
real man on
Mrs. Utermoehlen, Miss Rymer Miss shifted the road force to other fields I, The working of convicts on the PUb vast throng of empire builders I refer '
strange to he worked his ; '' The object of this step is to make the
not say ,
; Dent, Miss Carson-is thei-qual in their and began)laying out and grading n..w'|'Iic roads brings to mind he-need oil to that departed: and lamented
winning ways on Kissimmee Cornet Band
smiles and a permanent
pleasant line of professional musician roads but of late this question seems roads of ex-Governor
respective any good says a correspondent genius, and United States
( wife, or both/ of us, until he I organization such a one as can not disband -
m< or my before a 1\s-\ to have been forgotten, and 'the'' RO "
that has appeared now one lon (Ga.) Record. The best II SenatorelectNapoleon B. Broward. '
hook fastened into us. at the will of few who
his graft a players ,
!got of simmee audience' especially so as to seldom hears the subject discussed. I Investment that any county could "make I am sure that there la not a person
. and sold us a five-acre tract west J Professor Utermoehlen, who is without When the Valley Gazette-began the would be to issue bonds, and devote the'I perhaps, ipight become disgruntled over present who is not eager uf honor the
in Pinedale addition. But I wantto 1 some action of the leader.or
town nE'ver doubt one of the finest violinists before agitation for good roads throughout proceeds to the betterment of the publIc manager. man who, by his life. has honored you '
that we have The ia to have
here intention a president, a
say right the public today.Columbia Osceola county, it recommended a bond highwrysi- Bad roads keep down and his country. Aa a token of our respect ." ..
.. been' sorry he worked his graft on us. College, which is located at i issue for that purpose, and we are still values; good roads enhance values. |I secretary.treasurer, a manager and a and a mark of our esteem. I suggest -,

' No sir, we think Mr. Nelson is as near 1 I Lake City l is the property of the Baptists of the same opinion. The good roads idea is taking a strong |![leader, it not being necessary that any that the audience rise in hohor of .
little Washington as we ever of those officers! except the leader should! ,
, met. Instead of regretting be- board of directors. of which Hon. C. A. in Florida; there ia not a bond outstanding good roads have already been made, 1 I be a musician. It wall unanimously voted that a message ,
the thought I We believe this action will result in
I, i. ment, we Carson of this city is chairman who agajnst it; it does not owe a cent it and in Georgia some counties have be sent Mrs. Broward informing ;'i 1,.
fore all the time that In the near future much good to the band, as it will insureits
us had the honor of entertaining the mem-., can not pay on demand; there waa a .issued bonds fro... $100,000 to $200,000for her of the action of the convention.:
will have a fine home either on which is the only thing
we bets of the faculty of the college who million dollars added to its taxable val this purpose. The wear and tear permanency The- following: messages were exchanged '
that five-acre tract or some o her nice necessary to make it the foremost bandin "
I 1 took part in this concert during theirI ues ,last year': and almost that much to teams, harness and vehicles in Georgia : \ i
I You have a delightful the state before the closes.
I place in Florida. 1 Kissimmee. will be added thisyear which will make year Fort Lauderdale 'Mar '
stay in on account of bad roads ia estimated FlL. ; 14, 11. .
inducements just
and other
I climate I The following was the program ren1 the property values in the county reach at $2,000,000 annually-that Is, '2- Mrs. Napoleon B. Broward Jacksonville '
Band Fund Still
. as delightful. j 1 dered at the performance : nearly four,million dollars. 000.000 is spent for these things in I Growing. Fla. '

With very best wishes to all friends In, j I PROGRAM.ChopinPreludes . There is no' one ao assanine as to.', Georgia each ye r'tbat'would be saved Last'week we reported subscription The convention of contract bolder- ,

I, and'much prosperity for Kissimmee' \ ;' (a) C minor: argue! that, good roads.. are not only a lf we had good roads. to the fund started by 'the. Valley ,Ga- in the Florida Fruit Land Co. wish you: '

general, will. Yours close. most truly. .. (b) A major. great tIme and money 'saver to the! (*'In the state of New \\Jersei; one sette to biiy uniforms for the brass to know tJI.,hoaor,paid the.memory b( ,

t ."\': A. H,' McCarmac. ' '-.' .*""p'c...?' (e) Raindrop,No'.'.15.. farmers, but add much :more to the 1 horse can draw 2,000 pounds over the band to the amount of $142.60, since your late husband today*>7 a wnJuoui'
.' the Commissioners request - Mr.? tltennoehleri.'' value of property than It costs to, build 1 good roads they have...with "more,ease wnich time the following subscriptionshave expression of their ap i'ed.ttoo'for his ,
P. see of few possible home- ,'Story---A Purple Rhododendron them, still' there are some who; seem to 1 and' wear and'could been received, 'making. a .total I of great services in the recJama'tJon. of the ,

the names Florida. a I will give you the I I . :. . John Fox, Jr. think: that if the county was bonded fora null '500 pounds over' the old airt and $150.60. Everglade. -' '"'Fj' ;J' ',' .?; '
seekers In quarter million dollars that their H. E. SwabeyT. . .$S.00 Signed J. E. .;'
Miss Rymer. up and down hills road. Tn that ( ) !Mattocks .?
of that 1 know are talking , . .
names some .tate'j Capt. Clay Johnson. 2.00 ,
taxes would be doubled. We do not For
Berceuse from Jocelyn. with Convention ,
Godard the present'.yet
,I of going there to locate, for I have believe it would be to increase m of Cash . .". . . . . .LOO'GRANDJXWCERT Mr>. Browirri's reply follows t , '
B around all I could. 1 I Raff-Cavatina. : Violin SolosMr. necessary horse does the work ef four under the j _- -
|* had passed written my paper to'f riend Nelson to send me Utermoehlen.LeiblingVaUe the taxes one mill to take up old system. The money saved by good Jacksonville, Fla., Mar; 14, 1L, -

: time and It may b* t : Madeline. these bonds and pay the interest on roads would pay.the interest ,on the Mr. J. E. Mattocks, Fort Lauderdale..
the some ago '
, paper them, as the increase In taxable values Fla sPetmit
Grieg- Folk Sbng. bonds and the Immediate and ,
him that is sending me the paper as I permanent < Vfl
while. MeDowellWitchell'Dance.Mille would be sufficient for that purpose. }Increased values of land would be diffijcult Will Be Given at the Opera House me to thank you, and through" ,

got two for. a Yours, etc., Dint. In this connection we reproduce the J' to estimate. to say nothing of theI you, the convention: for your apprecUat' '4

- :;::t J. H. McC. Nevin-r-The RosaryCello Solo following from an exchange : I convenience and happiness of the general on March,30th.Last tion,of my husband's *erviceiivtb: *' -'\ "-

: _ Impersonation Barbara Fritchie "It ia a matteV' of tremendous import traveling public. We will never week we toldlour readers that reclamation of the Everglade td'a/ r -4Mr

Glasgow.:; Mont., March 6, 1911. Act III . . . Clyde Fitch that In the United Statel bad roads are I'I have good road until something ia done the Village Improvement Society had sure you-of-'1IIraPpreclation of Jouikindneu

-Kissimmeo Valley Gazette: I Trio-Intermezzo : Cavalleria. directly responsible for the loss of over,J' to get them. Let the county issue in store for Kissimmee theater-goers : and consideration in this.mat.' > .)'

Gentlemen : Please .find one dollar I . . . . . . . . Mascagni a billion dollars yearly. The saving of I'I bonds, engage the services:of a cornpe-; the grandest entertainment that would ter.l .J., .

I enclosed. Kindly mail me your paper Mr. and Mrs. Utermoehlen. and this stupendous sum constitutes an eco- j;\ tent civil engineer, have all the roads come this way for many a' day, and (Signed) ,.. ,.r

for one year. I thank you for the sample I Miss Canon. nomic question of'vast importance. 'Ac. surveyed changed, in places to avoid when we say that the LaDell.FoxCon-' *.' Napoleon, B; .Broward.rt ,
:. copies sent to me rec ntl,.., I consider {I Liszt-Rbapsodje"Hongroise. cording to the, United States'Agricultu the steep hills, work properly and drain cert Company of Canada will give a performance ? ,

y, your sheet full ot Information Miss Carson. ral Department, the average coat "to 1 I the roads, using stone and gravel in hi 'the opera house ,on the,

., < prospective Florida settlers. I Schumann-Traunperel , . Violin haul one ton of farm produce one mile soft dirt and muddy places. In the 30th, they all will know that; we spoke DELIGHTryiJECEPTIQN.

Yours respectfully, i BeBerlot-6th AIr Vane.I Is 23 cents; similar serylce on European years to come, when good roads shall truly. This. company has played, to '

-\,4.i Harry Sykes. 1 Monologue Peculiar Attack.; Phelps highway costs 8 cents. I have been established throughout thsCOuflti7our crowded houses in all parts' of the Given by, the Women's"MIssIQnaiy
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Columbia College Mareh," p. 14. "The chief business of the majorityof \ children will rise 'up and United States and Canada, and the V.
Calgaiy Canada. I I Utermoehlen the pe pl "of the State of Florida Is call us blessed and wilt;cheerfully pay 'I. S. Is due much credit for giving our S'of. Methodist, Oiurdi.. ...'/ .. )

, Editor Kisiimmee Valley Gazette. Violin, 'Cello and Piano Duet. I raise cotton with which to clothe the the bonds, seeing what a benefit their people 'a chance tx/hear this combination There have, been many delpthtfut

Dear SirI have received several i Aa a fitting final to the stay of these people of the -earth, and to produce investment had proved to be. Some of real artists. affairs held at the.Chapter.House sine '* '

I ._ copies of your paper and j I most excellent'pe ple in our city, was 1 corn, vegetables, fiuit, pork: and 'beef people (object to bonds, but there are An exchange speaking of this company I It, was opefaed but pone have exceeded'
.V. ", ) Ing them/so much so that row since I I| a launch party given them by Mrs, C. with which to feed them. Those have: those who.object to any public improvement says t "' I in member presenj$; or ntertatnramit '

f "you have ceased being so generous 11 I i A. Canon !Saturday: afternoon oi. Lake; ing the Interest and welfare of the I that c something.Roads are- "The La-Dell-Fo Canadian Concert that of the reception given on Tuesday

'. I really miss this medium of news and :I Tohopekaliga\ which, beside the hostess state at heart are in favor of pursuing I going to be good, indifferent or bad, Company j appeared here ,last evening! evening by the Wome '* Missionary,(' ,

, ' "1-: general Information. Even if by times ..,and members of Columbiaffaculty, was I policy that pixyniaes to the Florida I just in proportion to the amount of, to a select audience of the musical and Societies of.the Methodist church,' convplementary "
.' overheated' farmer the greatest material .'1 literary- Each artist gave the very to the .socIeties of all the' '
'you do serve up a little enjoyed by Messrs.' If. D. "and Roy prosperity money spent and work one. Roads (
I', '. ozone, it blends beautifully with the i Geiger and Mr/Vance.SIDWALKS .and the, highest degree of comfort that cost nothing to keep up, do colt a'' best of satisfaction, Mr. Fox, the violinist other churches In the city.: :, ,

cool, clear, bracing atmosphere of our I : and happiness. The building of good great deal in the wear of 'stock and I is ,a rare genius. He seems to "The Chapter House was, literally ,r' '
Alberta winter. roads the improvement of our public equipment. 'The bond the most ,I make his violin live and' breathe the packed with ladies. and the program., i .

Herewith please find postal note for I NEEDED highways, the betterment of the means feasible the cheapest and wisest. It melody.: His soul Is In his art and perhaps rendered was 'most enjoyable: ,. one of .;'

'- one dollar to be applied as subscription of communication, ef travel of transportation -' .the plan adopted by wide-awake I: this is why such'artists 'as Mr.. the principal features being an address

: to the above paper, which I hope to receive -'l'l'If We 6\:"Hope to Have a free throughout the country districts counties where they do have good I I Fox stand in a class by themselves. by.Mrs. Holland, of Bartow general'

-' .... in due course. will in a thousand ways, add to roads. ' !I Miss Manetta LaDell delighted the audience secretary of the missionary societies of

, Yours very truly, Delivery of Mails. the pronU of farming and contributeto The _question is up to 'our County In several well chosen selections, the state, on the "Jubilee Year of: ,

Thos. L. Swift. i 'The following cities, last July. in the comfort and dignity and well- Commissioners as to whether good which were all new and out of the ordinary. M.thOdi.m." Delightful refreshments "

\ -o' I spite of being in the second class as far being of all those engaged In agricul I roads shall be built in Osceola county. Miss LaDell In her delineations were served. Ihe following was the } ,

, GREAT INliRPREfATOROf as postoffices are concerned, were not ture. They alone are vested with authority .of childhood'" outrivals the babies program rendered :

...,.. enjoying the advantages of a free delivery -I ."Looking to the future, we see the j to call a bond election. What action ]I themselves. Miss Bertha Crawford' Choi aa-All Hail the Power of Jesus' ,,

of mail matter :namely : Apa-I final triumph of the good roads move-! will they take in the matter the soprano, has a delightful voice of '. , . , ... . . . . Nam&-- '

Human' Character Will Be Seen lachicola, Daytona, 'Fernandina, Lake ment. We 'see throughout this nation l'I I great artists range will visit and us sweetness.again they If are these assured Address of Welcome.Mrs. Cochran ''

c'>. at Opera House, Tonight. City, Lakeland, Live Oak,. Plant City, better: public thoroughfares. And as RAPID PROGRESS of a hearty :"welcome. Music Mrs. BullockTHE ,

Quincy, Sanford and West Palm Beach. our public highways shall' Improve and Report , .. .Baptist Church

Patrons of the Opera House are promised I While, on the other hand. Bartow, De- finally attain the proper degree of perfection - I A Query T f Reading . . . .. . . .. . .Mis* Glenn, '
for tonight one of the best and Land Gainesville we see a corresponding im Made the New Church "
Key West. Miami, : Being on Brick Pas- How many tlmes'in'the course of A Report. Presbyterian
moat high-class entertainments tbathaaever Ocala Orlando-Palatka. St. Augustine, provement in the conditions of farm ,', month Is the water reseivoir cleaned Music, Miss Wilder and Miss'Graves

I visited Florida, that of' Mr. Francis St. Petersburg and Tallahassee, .also life. We see further that good roads senger.Depot. out ? The city.w ter now in use ia not Report . . . . . Methodist Church

Labadie, the great Interpretator of second class officers njoy free de have Brought: to the farmer greater For some time after ground was bfOo'i nearly as sweet ... that which ran Report : Christian Church
human character, assisted by Miss Lillian profits' drawn him nearer to the town for 'I . Misses Wilder and Graves' '
1 livery. Comparisons. are odious- but ken the new brick passenger) depot through the water mains when they Mosc( '

J Jurgon facts are still more; so. Kissimmee can 'and city\\' placing him in closer contact the work, for some( cause or another were first opened. Why not open the Report . ... ? ,*. .'Episcopal Church
.. These people are making a tour of the take her choice of these two lists of with commercial world, given his seemed to lag. but.,on Monday morning I check valve and flush the reservoir out Words of Encouragement from Cnesta '

;1 world, .having already visited every cities. k children better schools and superior Contractor Parker pla eda large forceof continually T CitUen ".- of,Honor '" ,c:" ',
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without apparent loss of fertility. The he floes hi* cattle ffalr.. In a
(\ < SOIL( ,IS PRODUCTIVE greater part of the swamp,lands proper I I ly well'developed style Frank

t dj ' art in eastand, south FlarldajJiliaugh'tlTere la by far the best farmer In our
n are other, bodies |in th /' northern;4 His judgment on planting "

1d .Honda Has.. ,)a Comparatively :Small middle and western parts of the state reaping can not be excelled. : ; ( : i; : 'o I . I 4 i
The soils of the Everglade differ gentleman transportation { : :
a' .Ratto of land Which Will Not ; ; b
1' ,1' little from those.of the smalfswamps.The :' his horn farm: would profit him : 1:'
Yield .. soil is copnposed almost entirely of more than his cattle range.' r ,
decomposed' vegetable matter and is Ell Bass has:been cow-hunting ;:": ; : : '",(' r-
'What Is the patina! of J* soil?" therefore rich In nitrogen, / t''Is'aek.) r the week, assisted': by Lawrence ) I ..,.,". ..,''... ,
.This=question tntvitable whenever ing' ,-considerable. ; extent with regard The range has been so-.dry that : ; j.., '
;r .' Florida is mentioned and it is one t.hat'' to the mineral;i Constituents. necessary notHconsidered prudent to \) :
? I almost Invariably brings out a differ; 1 for plant life. 'In consequence of considerable number of cattle. \\ ;: ,
I'", enee of opinion. One reason far the this, experts advise the use of phosphoric -, present showers, .however, ,. % ji
differences !I. that the soil often 1 isFl acid and potash ,fertUk/er, in a different opinion. '
+, spotty"; the fact that a certain) tract many localities/ l. / Beau Drawdy .)Jiau one of
is good not alWa s being a certain indication Low hammocks are held to be practically -I.i places in the county, and
_' t that the joining land la of: equivalent in fertility to swamplands i I ployed a good farm hand to
J.. equal merit>, Friehasof_ the state con but they'are not considered :I j' it is expected that he will ..
': tend, howeve, that Florida la the Mare equally desirable These I lamia have a I,I aid in currying out the dark i
.I.1 r Mi ether comm nwealthn in\, this reglfl!' deep soil, a/1,1,] sometimes ditching is Christmas theory.Railroading .
, In order to give the public 'accurate nec6 tlarJ(. The1 low hammocks are not I is still the l ii J
s information regarding this subject, B 'likely to be aff'cl-cd 13y drought. Theyare ject and the way our enthusiasts
E. McLIn, commissioner of agriculture well. adapted to the growing of tion the\ stranger that is supposed"
a of Florida, has furnished the following sugar, cane, corn, and all vegetables. i posteq on the subject, is a < ,
outline of the nature 'of soils to be Riga hammocks are in Kreat' favor Old probabilities have heard "
found in the localities where 'settlers] in l''lorida.'they.. have an undulating but locomotive whistle. I'' / !

are locating: /' . surfure, with o soil of fine vegetablemold Hunter's paradise, Broadway, +
The average |roil of Florida is sandy, mixed with a sandy loam sometimes light nights etc., formed so f
mixed'with more or less clay, lime, and to a depth of several feet. One a combination: that\ coming eveijts asajaT
organic matter. The greater portionmay advantage of the high hammocks is cast shadow before that are
bf ;designated as pine lands be-! that they; scarcely ever aulFer becauseof develop into realities At least

caul' of the timber that predominates.. too much water during hard rains. clear has been captured and the
J There are hands where the timber is. ainixturo Another is that in times of drought: the pect for a second capture Is good. gi a

y .../ of pine, white oak, redo_ k, cKTy/ or rock subsoil prevents them frombecoming At the l Drawdy mansion few : ir "Jl#
,, water oak live yak, gum, bay, hickory, : too dry. : I are observable.! : The Patriarch\ -
magnolia, cabbage, palmetto, etc. Cultivation is easy on the!-., high ..t.amI turned, from an. extensive tour'\f
These ore termed, mixed hammock ,I mock and! the soil is free from win-da., haying been included, in the enterprising city t '
a lands. When/ cleared and plowed the soil] is taken. Miss \Amanda has had a : the metropolis of

The generaK'lassification. of soils. i; ready for Qropn. ;The soil,I is mellow touch of .the !grippe!, > but not .. move our general!
in the following'( order, : First, '.....I'undand and the high snrrouniLngH nT<- healthful enough: to be (ill ngerous. Miss\ .I : -ICPlIUlneltt busi :y'
T I third rate pine lands, ; high ham ] for the settlers. In unfavorable I still I the head und corner-stone. |
1 mock, low hammock and) swamp InndsrPine easniiH. the/ high hammocks often. show j funnily, and the tablealnmnds f
i lands.. cover much the larger )>or- their value by producing go f tion of the state and the, soil I in apparently '\ while. /li/cationx'; liicning'their ;)dvanlugeH I We all read the Valley (;a': pleasure! in re-,

I t all sand 1. but such is not the case. full below the average crops. .'.These !.en.jcTy the/ good things it cotftains. ta.ucted buildings! I''!
t Over a greater portion' of the state this ugh class 'lands; are to ".' found in Could give you a few-more of our work. :' }
sand! 18 thoroughly mixed I with small several large bodies! a number of counties i I have put off this corA-cpniidence\
1 part idea of shells. which contain carbonate being especially favored. in this) .the last moment and have hardly concrete, or .
,I of lime, oilier minerals, and decomposed I : fknrd. I to finish my other .'orr""J>ond"IU'" I ; requires! ; re- I l

t I finely granulated\ vegetable: In addition to the classifications\ already fore mail, time. bigger and mi/re t,

matter, mentioned, there are Iiirge tracts I construct! it/as !; ,
If t i I. It is true that Florida has. hep proportion or I" prairie land which resemple, / the i DAVENPORT i better advantage. \
of poor lands just as; /have swamps ns regartls formation of soil
s but but are destitute of timber. Some of j I upon uiiy- ;
other .slates and countries compared
'J.; J i w'lth some other state the ratio these lands,are! poor, mainly becauseof Items of Interest From That uti!' fied that both I

t is small. With the exception of a a substratum of hard material ing Little Town. ,Ar ..
through which roots of trees cannot
\ i small! area-of supposedly irreclaimable :
swamp lands, there is scarcely an acre penetrate. When the hardpan .is not Nothing of much importance has
: I''} I in the entire state which cannot be too neat the suaface vegetable can be pened in the colony since our la COMPANY

: made, under the influence of the warm grown provided fertilization and other jKirt. A few changes are taking
,: :i climate. to pay tribute to man's energy details are properly attended to. Most however. Office [
(, Some of the soils which would be of these lands, afford excellent pasturage Mr Ileflleman has f finished his
valueless in a cold climate can be made during the greater part of the house, and returned to his old p

productive In Florida according to the year, They are, therefore, used as settle up some business, and - -- -- - ,.
i state commissioner of agricultbre. cattle ranges.-Chicago Tribune. turn with his family next fall.
First class pine land has a soil which --- new house will be occupied by S. RAINS ,(
is peculiar to Florida. The surface is WIIITTIER.Interesting Mance. and. family' in the meantime.offlca'a' TAILOR SHOP .'
: \isually eoveredto a depth of several: ... Mr. Parree isjid family are to
--- cut and make clothes to man's
inches with a dark vegetable motif, beneath to their old homiSxjn .Sharon Ohio I : I a''
do the
best steam' '
cleant '
which to a depth Of several feet Items from Our Regular week. Mr. I'arreVs brother ,
in town. I dye color. I do
,Is a chocolate colored sandy/ Ollm, usually Correspondent. who was here last year, is to I I kind of repairing any I clean HaU.,..,
with limestonjr pebbles and charge of the place during I t
ve two of the best Tailors in the
resting on a sttbstratuW of marl, clay Jack Frost, accompanied by Mr. sence. I My place of business is in rear r-:
limestone. Downcrop Northwind attempted an invasion Mr. Brotchie is getting
or I J. 11. Re.i This soil has been proved to be both of.our shjores! last Tuesday night, move his family into the hotel the I
,. ,fertile and durable and In some of the but Mr. Goodcrop Southwind, bgcked? of April. A i IllONK NO. 210

t older districts has yielded well"for by Hugger Eastwind came to the rescue Mr. Dial's place i is"> for sale, and } ME AND I WU COME FOR

; many years without the, UBe of fertiliser. and Jack received a deadener on want to, go home as :soon as "t' :I : : YOUR-CLOTHES. tiit1eTI
)Both garden truck and fruit can the point ofthe, jaw 'in regular Fitz- dispqs! of it ;. f.'i..f/ ; -. M,

i, be '''grown successfully: on this soil/ simmons'. style and was down. and out Mr., Beaty'a. .house la-*?"fast I \ '' ; 7--
which also produces a fine quality of before any damage could be done." completion. '4' $

+' 'sea Island cotton. By the proper use Our people are in high glee this morning The family of Mr. Davis will I [ L [ .
I of leguminous plants it is claimed by a fine rain having descended upon to their old home in Illinois as -
a a experts that this soil can be kept continually the unjust, and those who have calmly they recover from typhoid fever. Guarantee.Company
1r at a.high degree of fertility awaited,UV event before planting are of the children .have -been very ill, I
t5 ,s The same treatment is beneficial in all at work in earnest. Enough rain has are not much better. If the I i I'

9' : the other classes of pine lands fallen to ensure returns from corn conditions surrounding the place G. P., GARRETT Manager.
I. Second class pine lands from the planting, and the, heavy clouds which they live had been attended to ( : I -- -- -
largest classification. These lands are foretell an additional. deposit still hover ly where the negro quarters I ; 'J
9A 4! 5 almost .all productive. They are not around us. moved, there would have been no : | ItTitles estate .
r .' 'hill), but for the most part are undu-. The lusty manner i in which our Dem- trouble. With their well Bltua > I examined for and reported on -
paid non-resldeaUi
t, >\\t.i i Jatlng. Some of these hinds' ha.e nor ocratic Rooster salutes this change in tween two- ponds, one draining I!, Instruments relating\ to real estate
:m'' \ II regular, compact clay under them and dame nature's program Is refreshing to Parrish's stable and the other a I I| ); drawn
y ','t' 1'1 ,this fact occasionally is taken as evid behold. HIs tadpole and minnow plantation for all the garbage of the old I 'f i" \ .
5 them. The state officials. what could -? ce. Solicited. .
rit"to, enee against will now bring forth their increase you expectMrs. (I :
t however, contend that this objection, if and all fowldom are preparingtheir Olson made a business -' - -
;' H : a ,it !; to be the result of mere prejudice, as season's catch. They carry a good line of goods,
;!. "'I they claim clay In the subsoil is of lit- Mr. Joe Williams is still Improving in renew often, thus assuring their S.ItBUftOCI(
v l tie'' use for giant food. The main value health, and has resumed h1d old stand. tomers a fresh supply. No stale :
;it \ of the clay, it < urged is that it acts Hs( esteemed lady is still the admirable here. <
.''if' '. I'as A rel.rvolrby preventing the escape hostess of the Hotel de Beulah, and the Mrs. Wheeler went to* REAL ESTATE

of water. many transients I that patronize her a short visit with her son, Mr. l'' .........%*.....e 4...m..m...-(
;jt.; Light sandy soils of this class*some- table recognize the fact that the materials Wheeler. She returned Sunday INSUQANCExaminatio
''t J h t. .,.-Ion- their fertility after'rleldlnJ: ( furnished and its mode of prep ing; bringing with her a little .

w I' _, well at flat The scientists contend: aration, not excelled by any public for a visit with his grandparents.. 1 of' Titles a ,
HlFJitti'?, that this 'lade. toe lack t humus and housein your city or elsewhere.Mr We had a little shower Sunday ,
.t, :' \l not to the fact that the subsoil i is por- John H. Baisden's Travelers' noon.which freshened things up a : ; 'L: Specialty.' .

1, ere' one. By the use of leguminous crops Rest is still in the progressive order, but we could stand some more. .d In'I
and by cultivation it is asserted Dr. Sinning nee come as hear .. ,
,4, 4 proper but work has been nearly suspended = Solicited. .,, ,
i t : y that these soils often' can be rendered for the present, crops being consideredof forming a miracle as ever = !! J
than when first under this world. -Mr who has -- --- ---- I
better put the more value than tourists at this season ,- Bennet ,/
,;li rt plow. of the year. very near to death for several =
'r' ,"."' Even the third, rate pine land,* are The shotgun brigade .of the ritle-division l ia able to ride out. She and her L.L IQ DUZOR .

4 I not held to be worthless. These are of has been disbanded for the present band took supper with- us .
two types. One occurs in the high and the deer and t& key are enjoy- evening. It was quite a surprise DE: ,
hv' t 'rolling, sandy districts which carry a ing the quietness of the woods and yet it was not, either as we i. .
t'' 1 scanty. growth' of "black jack" and fields; but if Mr. Deer don't stop worry- confidence that Dr. Sinning could .
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1 pine Th other type is fouhd in the ing Mrs. Sheep there will be a day of her. Real Estate
M lower parts of the east coast and usually reckoning unthought of by the legislative Gardening and planting ,i

is covered with ncrub. hickory and members who pass law. to protectthe 4t a etaf1dstill'here.. There is j ,.
shrubs. Some of the finest rains. r
pineapples I latter as well as the former. implanting : I i
: produced fn. Florida are grown on soil Rev. R, W. Simmons accompanied Rex voiced our sentiments j
t4' J v _oL this.character and i ids: well adapted by Mr. Tom Hull, was a visitor last last week's Gazette.. Would that ., FLORIDA ; .

p for sisal] hemp. The cheaper pinelands I Saturday. The former gentleman wasa would speak as he does. Let: us .- f
o ; are good for cattle ranges. I pleasant visitor at the Drawdy man- ,, the bloody shirt with the heroes -
ty t f 'yjTheche.t swamp 1 lands, are held to be the sion, having a ready and interestingjoke fell on the battle-ground, and try C BASSWholesale ;
J Jj in the I "te. They are alluvial of some kind always hand which one Dig happy family; and all I
) in character and occupy natural "tie- makes that gentleman welcome where- gether- Some people think that and Ret.\il
r Pre fsions or basins which have gradually ever he goes. together means to pull to fill their ;
,f' Dealer "- 'i
l filled wits i; of er's But think the
do up deposit vegetable Mr. W. G. McClelland has a number pocket. we .
Yf j' P debris etc. washed in should do the other .........1
'i from adjacent of fine hogs on a range hot far from some pulling -'
I' r t'\ and higher lands. Drainage is in- Whittier, and that gentleman's time is A prosperous people makes a Beef Porkand-- .
3" t' dispensible with all lands in divided between his family. ,_-
, swamp merchandise estab- ___,__ __ ,
. r ,preparing' .them for cultivation Properly lishment and said range. Large desk blotters tor sale i i
t prepared..Ute soil of the, swamp Mr Riley Godwin has his crop well office for 10 cents. : Mutton I .
15 4M4 'f lands will nourish a succession of 'in hand, and assisted by. his boys, is ,

,exhausting crops, such,as sugar cane, carrying- on the home business just as I Old newspapers for sale at this \ ,II I I 4-t.

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j.t I.. TRUCK FARMS cad sail and carry products from the been selling at from $50 to $100 per rom $30 to $40 per acre without any fine farm land, also has the Skinnef system -
(I I" 1 _We have for sale 1 5-4 ,acres of farm: right to the city dock It is located acre. Part Of-this tract can be' retailedout Improvements whatever. A colony is of irrigation ; has sometimes 'produced I"
r I!; land\ not far from the heart of the city a quarter mile from a spur of the R. in small bodies-at $75 Mo $1OO I an located about this farm. This 80 acres over $1000 per acre in growing "t r
'h' that is fenced and undErcultivation: andis R. and one and a .half miles from the acre. About 40O acres of this land js. has five acres,of orange grove, three truck per annum. This is one of the F .I.
-, the'finest of rich trucking land in the city limits. Here is the finest flowing" prairie, part of which is finest prairie acres of which are fine bearing trees. most delightful places to be found in -K;
I'' country: has a flowing well and the land well in this country carrying the water muck soil and grows the finest grasses well loaded with bloom this year, the Florida. The owner is now ready to retire ,

i is all irrigated by the Sanford sub-irri- to a height of lb feet above the groundand to be found in the State. There is per. other two acres are young trees just and let some one else have a chance.- ..:.'r
gation system so that .one can turns flowing sufficient water to irrigate hips 40 aares' of hammock land. finest coming on. Large 4-room box house: This property is worth $20OOO ; time N
water on or off at will. Fuilunklul/ the entirfe tract. Now growing crops land for citrus fruitsr J or 20 acres wash house stable grainery, shed, hay can be had on some!, and might be had 'f,
)I lovli Ific Flu1and with this happy state such as sweet corn field corn kaffir ready to plant to orange Or grapefruittrees mow and well of good water on this for a little less money. Will introduce i,:

11 i. of affairs you cap grow enormous crops. corn ,red clover potatoes cabbage peas, over I 100 trees now in bearing .place. This can be had for $3200 on customer to owner and let them deal '.j
./4 On the 1 15th dayof February 1910,. one beans. Jettuce. radishes and in fact all 4-room house stable. well. etc. About very favorable terms. Price is but little direct. s
acre and an eight of this land was planted kinds of vegetables common to this 160 acres of high pine land good fQr higher than unimproved land in same '
to Irish potatoes-and yielded seventytwo Country. 4 acres of this land was planted farming and fruit growing. This entire neighborhood but the Owner does not CHICKEN RANCH : :i

barrels: however corn was planted to cabbage by a farmer who raised tract can be purchased for $30 per acre live on the place and is willing to sell at I}
I between the rows and when the potatoes ilk carloads of fine cabbage and sold favorable terms of payment and'is a decided hat price. 17-We have 5-acre chicken ranch '

were dug' that worked the corn, and them on board the cars here for $25OO bargain.) Would make one of the less than one mile from the city limits ; 'j
r .. the beans were planted where the potatoes and this crop was produced in less finestdairy-farms in Florida. LINDLEY FORTY has a good well built 5-room house in K)"+

I had been these crops both maturing than four months leaving eight monthsto 8-Ten acres of land located just 13This tract is one and a half miles good repair, with porch ; all fixed up :'R
and good yield and removed from farm the land to other We do
were crops. I houses
with chicken and all ready for
across road from post office and store. from the city limits of Kissimmee, has. t.
the ground which was leveled down and not claim that this can be done' every
I growing chickens. This is owned by an ?
1 100 yards from school house, 200 yards 20 acres cleared and in cultivation
then the finest of hay harvested; but it shows the possibilities of f
crop season Four elderly gentleman who wants to retire ;
from church; one and a quarter miles to fenced and cros.s fenced. room .<.1, 'l
the land was planted to cabbage in No the land, and even greater returns than
and move( into town. Price exceedingly t4
railroad junction; two miles from a townof house of not much va.luebut serves the .
which ready to harvest often made from Florida trucking '
vember that -
is now are encouragingly; n--- - ftT-r Xr?
2000 people. Land lies practicallylevel purpose for tenanthas fire-place, smokehouse ;
thus making five crops: in thirteen ands. There is a 5-room house :
; rich fertile soil; fenced and cross Chicken house stable well of MII
months off the same land. This land flowing well at house far, family use, BUSINESS LOCATION ,
fenced; about three, acres of -> can be purchased for S135O and oneyear's good stable with hay mow shed grain- to '
will than for it. etc. This land is fenced and cross grove, mostly grapefruit some tangerines the yard and lots of ornamental shrub- 18-We have right in the heart of our ,
5 crops more yay ery
and Lots of' stables and bery, such as cape-myrtle cape-jessa- \
fenced. Best property in Florida. oranges. business section the only vacant lot in '
Truck and Citrus Fruit Land Combined sheds good well of water. House recently mine oleander mulberry trees. Twenty this part of the town, 50 feet frontingon > .V
burned down. This tract can be acres of timber, mostly pine and perhapstwo :
and also
2-Here we have about 1 12 3-4 acres Farm and Truck Land Combined. Broadway fronting on another -
i purchased for $200O and the grove if aAd a half acres of cypress being business street being a triangular
of land about half of which is inside the
5 Forty-two acres of land with beau- properly handled. will soon earn that fine for 'ele graph and telephone poles shape, the lot being 120 feet one aide I .
limits other half outside the
City just tiful lake- ront: 7 acres in orange grove amount of money. Terms if desired. and fence posts. This is owned by an and about 80 feet the other. There is ;
limits. About 5 of this landis 'M
city acres
most of whfish is in bearing: some tan- Oregon man, Vila} will sell for $1600. not an empty business hous.e in town or
rich muck soil well drained and fine 9-32 of land to rail- ':f
joins up
and gta3 fruit: lots of black- Time on part iOlesired.: get
gerines a room where one can into to do i
of kinds of .t
for all and fenced
crops vegetables road station: fenced and cross ;
berries; some Oanvanas. This is business. This could be
proposition l
farminaBalance of the land is higher and pur-
12 acres planted to grapefruit or- O'BERRY FORTY
finest of hammock land with small
a chased and business' house built ,
a so as ;
and well adapted to all kinds of 100 trees r'
growing about large
portion of high pine land down anges; bearing) lies of mile investment. The I"
a citrus fruits. Land is fenced and running about 14-This tract a quarter a to pay 25 per cent\on I
cross balance just coming into bearing;
fenced five-room house well of water towards the lake; a great 'deal of this Some oak from a railroad junction four miles from price of this valuable lot is '$2600, and
; 500 peach trees fn bearing.
tract is the finest of muck land; has in cultivationand
acres be leased without having buildings
Fifteen can:
with[ pump corning,up side of house so and pin 4imber, Four box '.houses on fended)
,to three flowing wells; six room'l\ouse wfth "'- favorable good fence on three ,sides of on it.and make good money by letting
one does not have to go off the porch the place. T3arvJ>e purchased on -
I two porches. This Js-owned by a.non- ; house with ''
4-room ? 'This
place./-flight good party put up temporary building
get,water Fine grove adjoining this terms'at a bargain price. Will i introduce -
fesident who will sell' for'$5000; on two fire places, two porches, nice.ornamental proposition will grow'more valuable ands ,, .
land and in fact on two sides.of it; no customers to ownen and let/them
favorable terms of payment. shrubbery about the yard. Abouta both a safe and profitable investment I
doubt about a great deed. of this being deal direct for this place.
extraordinary fruit land._ Owned by a Adjoining this we have 45 acres qf dozen trees in bearing;; it '
non-resident who will sell for $1250; fine hammock land about four acres of 10-We have 10 acre tract in Park is splendid orange land. About ten P1NEDALEHOME
if desired. to and Garden where we guarantee fine flowing acres of very fine trucking land ; 200
time on part which has just been set oranges
wells finest of rich soil where farmersare yards from schoo1 and church". This 19-We have a house fn Pinedale;outside : ;
grapefruit. Flowing well can be had on ; ,
3-22 1-2 acres of land fronting on doing growing all kinds of vege- a splendid proposition, and can be pur- limits on high ground, surrounded -', I ,f
ant part of this tract Price $35OO; well} '
Lake Tohopekaliga. 10 acres of this tables for the northern markets which chased for $1600. by beautiful pines; can goon
if desired.
terms '
land in cultivation< and crops growing; high prices for vegetables at this the veranda of the second story and see' ..
j fenced with woven wire fence. His the 6We have 480 acres of land just pay time of year when other countries can CARSON FORTY the lake for a distance of four'or five, tl+1

most fertile land that can be found in half a mile from the city limits of Kis- not produce them. These lands are 16-This tract is one and.a half miles miles ; can ,see the cars running:) for two"P\ "'

:: the state of Florida and we will guarantee simmee that lies gently sloping; stream convenient to town, ra.iJroad. lake and to from the city limits, -has 4-room house, miles' distance,and can look all over the'vt t
''7 a flowing Well on any acre of this runs across one side of it; land fenced county road. We wanrto; tell you about porches well of good water, with pump, town. It is an Ideal home and a'tnoate/ '
: 22 1-2 acres. Has beautiful lake front with barbed wire., Fine proposition to this fully. Particulars to interested on porch. About 15 acres cleared; a healthy place; neighbors all around.-' 'Itr'' '
f' can go right from the city dock here in cut up and sell in small tracts; can be parties. few orange trees. It is good orange and Is a fine little farm, 126 feet' one way, V> y,

town to this land by launch; also wagon disposed of at from $40 to $65 per truck$: land ; slopes a little to the north ; by 275 feet the other way, fronting on: ,,; 7
1. road to drive to the land there being an acre. Three small houses with small 11-Three acres of fine orange grove quarter of a mile from a, good large two streets. The house is .18'byBO'' I W w *
'open road on one side of it. This land portion of land in cultivation -vrlth each. inside the city limits\ with T-room house stream of water where fine fish can be feet, two rooms below and ',two rooms
being exceedingly rich and fertile with This tract is owned by a nonresidentwho near the centre, trees large and thrifty caught. This can be purchased for $40 above, 5 closets porch and veranda in I
splendid flow of water makes it very' will sell for $25 per acre; favorable and in good bearing condition; heavy per acre. Favorable terms of payment: front and porch in rear. Chicken,house '
valuable, and to the lake front gives one terms of payment. ctop of bloom this year. Owned by non and splendid deep well. This proposition . :; If
J a most pleasing and beautiful site fpr> a resident who will sell for $i5000. DREAMLAND X/. can be had for $J 350. on favorable'i '" !;

l home and valuable farm in this country. FISH LAKE FARM. terms of payment Fine. place for a."1 ,"
16-This beautiful location almost# '
SLADE PROPERTY chicken and growing citrus \ ,z.
Price of this is $25OO on terms of one- ranch some
7'-This tract contains 674 acres, located surrounded by a lake has a splendid 10- fruits. '
third cash balance one and two
,deferred yearswith midway between Kissimmee and I 12-This place embraces 80 acres of room house with waterworks through it ,"
cent interest
6 on
per St. Cloud being about four miles from pine and oak land; 20 acres cleared and nice porch, surrounded by a beautiful Colonization Propositions. i20We ! make Here we to have for ah opportunity it off of- either place, mile and!' a half from junc- in cultivati9n; fenced and cross fenced grove of fruit trees and ornamental .;' .,
money pay tion station of railroad and a quarter of into different fields.. Former owner of shrubbery ; 15 or, 20 acres of orange have a number,of' axcelle/it '. J"
,. than this is
.. the land. Land no better '
- a mile from flag station. Has more thana this place kept several hundred head of and tangerine grove, said' to-be .one of colonization propositions,anywhere from i
i500 to $5OO
from $ acre.
I selling at an mile cf beautiful lake front; flme place cattle and penned them at night on this the finest in Florida. All kinds of fruit 52O acres to 2O.OOO acres prices rang ,

./ 4-About 32 acres of truck land located for building cottages and\, selling small land So that land is exceedingly: rich can be had on this farm, and the owner ing from $6.50 per'acre to $25 per acre, ." 13
on Shingle Creek a .beautiful tracts of land at high prices. A tract of and fertile. Land all around this sold has grown wealthy from the products of owing to kind and quality land, location .i

.' stream of water on which large boats land just 'across the. road; from this has out in 10-aqre tracts at prices ranging this farm ; has some fine pasture and etc. J: '{,
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to invest in Florida property. Florida is the only State in the Union with 1200 miles of coast .line with both .. ... :

I' to the best markets of, the United States at a distance of less than 1000 miles. ". ,i"' ti

i are ideal and healthful, the death rate being only 3 per cent per annum. We grow all the citrus fruits ..
and the finest of vegetables all through mid-winter when other countries are frozen up and lying dormant. ,

t Our people are social, hospitable and-kind. School and church .priviliges first-class. Having the great Atlantic Ocean on the

: I east and the Gulf of Mexico on the-wes't and south, we have pleasant breezes all through the summer to break the force of the heat, and. :

f one can sleep under light cover any night in tlteaummer season. This is an ideal county for an all yea round home, and We have :. "

,e many lines of industry here that are both pleasant ,anil profitable.It .f '.

l' is marvelous what can be accomplished, here by intensive sarming on small acreage. We believe that more money ,can be /1,. ,

\, made here per acre in this line of business than in any other part of the United States. \ '{1

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The 'Kissimmee! Yaity Gazelle paid those in counties'. with less pop TRITE AND TRUTHFUL [ I ._,- Ii,

,-- =-- ..: .- --" instance( _..:... \ STTCLOm p ,
I, For let the salaries 'run )
W. B., HARRIS, Editor laud Prop'r
about thus: In counties having less t [ ]
w ,. S. J. TRINLETTAsaoclaty._ than 20o60 populatlonr-clerk' and sher--! --'.- .
- ," ,, \ "" -i.- I ROYAL .6
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY IfT, $1,800) each; collector and assessor, ,If heaven .hale, not begun with you already (Mn. E. C. Westcott : .
I '. ', t Of fife:: In Valley Gazette Building. $1,800each; judge, MOO); treasurer. it ,18 idle for ;yc $300. In counties with.more than forward to future when\ 1 .
20.- .some day it Conjrade .
JxU$17"FLAJ Mrs _. of Ierlry., I
.: WXj( populatiop, add 25 per cent to the will begin/'or to some placeyoy will go III. wre' {
1 guest of the STew
SUBSCRIPTION! RATES: above flgutee '. hotel the ( St., Cloud
\ t past week.
.,,,; OMOPT.OIM ear '. It loci .If a measure.of this character1 is pre Tli y are greatly Powder ii iire
OM_...(1* month.: .:.i'.. ..... &CO It would stand some show of be- I j.. Some J tired are utterly] devoid of conclous.fight -, pleased back to with their'St. Northern Cloud and have 'gone Baking i

'All omrminlcatton; except from our author.. coming-a law, bent in its present 'form arid "wrong.only. as to .the fleged '"Boosters' home full I

.psda.1.ct.dmatte will miiBt not bot brnvd bot returned! by the unless it will never reach its second reading.The price in $ $. l little city. Mrs. Locke.for)our ,charming
Mltodfor.Entered. time Is' "when be I j a prominent
__ past .bruins can
-- --- I Man Is creature state officer in the Eastern >
a environment and Star being
.t theMondctanmall.Poooom..ln. KIOIIIm_, Fla..$1 hired at pauper prices, and we of Osce- j I his course of life is "Grand Esther" of Ifiinois'
shaped by his They a
contact -
I matter. ola county especially desire thoroughly Economy
l' ;| with life. relatives of Mrs! J. B. Wes ott. I:
capable men to fill our public I offices. i iI
l .
fA.. Friday, March 24, 1911 . i .
I Man does not. commit evil from Dr.- and Airs. Gibbs of Orlando arrived I

I III t Treat All Alike.l :, choice but from what his environmentcauses on Wednesday last with a car: a(
: him to believe. load of house Iii The of Royal Baking : .
t Is Sent (.m limentary. Editor Valley Gazette: --a necessity. goods and have taken I ,manufacturers ;
Will you allow me Space in your paper possession of their new home on Indic ;
-Parties receiving :this 'paper 40 reply to vour attack oil the |pen- There is pretty much' everything in ana ave. We are pleased to welcome) i Powder( have always Declinedto ,
whp are not regular subac'rlbeMl this world in great profusion, except the doctor and his talented iI.
pie of Kissimmee in regard to their wife to our bakIng powder "
must not think that it 1l is the intention their true love. hustling'town. produce a cheap
sending .(money out of town for I .

I 1 .1 ,:' demand of of the them publishers the subscription to; later ,the Now comforts I agree of life.with you in every res- I the Germs re ultB, microbes of -, and bacilli not, etc:, are Dr. Stewart and:;:; ;party: : who are from I .. at the sacrifice of quality. .', ?

price as Its.( mailed to them complimentary disease the cause. Topeka Kansas '
but .when ,
pect, you are whipping the turned northward on I Powder is made from
Royal Baking
by our Board'of County
Tuesday ,
common people why evening
I you taking with them
Some girls in best |
t terms of intimacywith '
for the
rl of Commissioners acquainting them with purpose the the business people as well. other'! girl will frequently do all in ing their handsome saddle 'horses and pure grape? cream of tartar, and is. i
Looking back about one and a haltyears 'The party lave 4
many advantages and opportunities we find that quite a large pro- own her power ignore and humiliate her town the past six weeks and have hunt-I the embodiment of all the excellence i

this town'and county offer portion of our business. men, when they oughly enjoyed our people and the ,

the homespeker. The paper will wanted a residence or a business block, Some homes, instead of being the rounding country. The doctor is one of I possible to Le attained in the high'I. 'I, 'to ...
anyperson a sidewalk or any other work of im- it the best physicians, in the state of '
should be, is Kansas -
paradise turned into ascene
'I class
whoRe is powder. ;
name given us, est baking
r" portance done, tliey ]let it to some outside of constant wrangling scoldirig came here to recuperate from .
and if should desire 10
,t I I niev receive contractor especially, if he offered and nagging, where all/ the noblest feelings his enormous practice which keeps him ':
it regularly thereafter weWould to'do it a few cents cheaper. In some of the human heart are deudened. going day and night. He will return I Royal Baking Powder; costs only' a .

I be glad tdxjnit thi-nT'on our Butanetlm .con truc1or, goes ahead again in the fall when he hopes to

subscription list at Gfl the regular and beats hiH labor and his!'! material The secret of home harmony i is "con- the-f riendships he), has made here.renew fair price, and i is:; more economical
f' rates$1 ants for
per year bills, and away lie goes with the moneyto siderul ion -
six months. ., x I its than 1nyoth l leavening
at r
is r hit. own town to l build l up and beautify Mr. Hoop )lias. moved! into his cozy'' : 'j

: it. What does. KiHBimmee get out Chesterfield home on North Massachusetts ave. I Ii agent because of the superlative
of it'.' It gets what. '' l'nt I hot at. on Dignity i ,

t' Oscola county will never have a Now, why don't the business. m'en Mrs. Harriet Luke and a party of j quality and D.L'oJ): : iie; wholesomeness !

system of good roads nridl the county .'mox|;) horn talent to do this work? [I.-noM "'II F."I'n..EU"LETTEn$] friemls from Orlando passed Tuesday in'I, +

", is bonded. for a sum/junLlirirnt! I/ buildthem. There" irrti plenty of men able to do it St. Cloud.. I j ___ of the food! i it t rrJ: :?. }

i )1. t just 'us good' and )just ns cheap| anil There is a certain ,dignity J of mannersabsolutely > .

they will "'a"1111 the nionuy at home. necessary to make even themost Miss. Nan Hughes ol Colorado I Mix made ( . 'xderIvt alum "
We don't know anything lout that "14'u lures in inrt.-lion, < .1! t t containing ,
a I treaty between" the United! Stolen Now, HHIire for th<' goose. in Kauct- for valuable. character either, reltp tied guest: of the New St. Cloud hotel on'' ,are frequently d..ln\.u. b"
and England lull it is Half to say that I.I.n..w the ganiU'r. I If the 1uii-iiieKs men will or respectable.( "Horse] play" tyesday; she was'..jiocompamed, hy Mrllowe i (\ Such inixfuK'i .; d.i'iyi-r' i I I. rn (cjnil.. In England '
i .net the example, you must expectothers romping frequent and loud of Ktmneymede. France ', f I ', ,
I whatever its terms may lie the. 'people| l fits of ; Germany iinJ Minn* tu'. '> I "r, II-rJ bljtrj:: their ale it
will get; the worst of i it.( I' to follow. laughter, jokes, wal/gery.and; indis- prohibited l Jy law ..\ !,'III': 1 H .1 f> ,..:: mineral, ) acid and all

A Citizen: : criminatefamiliarity will sank both Miss. Lura Cobb will sing al the Sun- | physicians condemn b.ik'.ng: pov\tv"! lontdiimg il. -.,..... ,

: I The latest play Roosevelt! is makingto merit and knowledge into, a degree of Jay morning; service lit the G. A. K. '/ .

ii the galleries is the declaration that Knock the Knocker. contempt. hall. Miss Cobb is a beautiful soprano I I The label of alum baking powders must

If war breaks out between 'the United This i is the manner in which the Tex- \They compose at most, a merry fel- : .mger.. I I show tho Ingrodlenta. ,

States and any other nation he_wilL_re- Irje .iTvxaul Herald! PI1'yH'I' j-esjiects j' lowxand a merry fellow was never yeta

quest the President to permit him to to the knocker: rtrstHctable mun. Indiscriminate I I Another drug store in town.This I ,. READ THE LABEL,

organize and!lead! Another Rough Rider "In the'' b'ginning God created the familiaril \either offends your superiors makes three first class pharmacies.Mrs. Ito
I regiment I, or elsexdubs you their dependent -
heavens and the earth. Later he
- and led capt i. It gives your inferiors Maud Addis has resigned as .

Elbert Hubbard spealft of success in created man and woman. Next the just, but troublesome and improper treasurer' of the Osceola County Chris have been made to Mr. R. F. Halls - '
butted in without invita-
this style] : "A successful man is one an claims of equality. A joker i is tian Endeavor society.Mr. who recently received notice of his RESOLUTIONS
tion. And he,) has been butting in ever ap I
,, who has tried not cried; who has near to a buffoon, and eiuier\of them pointment Justice of the Peace for
since just at the time when his
worked not dodged; who has shouldered ence is least desirable. He prosi(first i ia the least related to wit. Cobb has opened a meat marketon this district in-letters which Jones ia Of londolence on the Death ot.n / ,

responsibility. not evaded it; who Whoever i is admitted, or sought for New York ave. said to have written to prominent pub-
appeared in the form of a serpent, and Lillian Ludle Overstreet
has gotten under the burden, not mere in company upon any other account lic officials protesting the appointmentof J
i' I- ly stood off, looking on, giving advice he has' been appearing in* the form of than that of his merit and manners is Mr.. and Mrs. Perkins, proprietors of Mr. RaJl Whereas, death has entered the : r

and philosophizing on the situation." most everything from a grasshopper to never respected there but only made the New St. Cloud hotel were Orlando of our beloved l brother John L. Over '
.- a donkey ever since. When he can't visitors street, and taken from the tender
use of. We will have such a one; for ohxTuesday. On care
I We are In receipt of volume 1, number find anything else to knocjc on, he he sings prettily; will invite such A Viers Wednesday of last week Comrades of a loving mother and the anxious i;
.:' one of the Mulberry Enterprise, growls about his wife's cooking and one to .a ball, for he dances well; we Mrs. Lou Hendrix, was a Kissimmee the shores of the Depew went campingon watching of a devoted father the soul {
canal 1 to their
twith E. T.. Byington as editor and eases himself by tolling his children ', we will have such a one topper, for visitor of Wednesday; luck at fishing at night: try of the precious child Lillian Lucile "

\" f manager. I t is a most creditable paper, what good-for-nothing brats they are. he always laughing and joking;;we night they caught -100 pounds Wednesday of the Overstreet- ; and
He knocks the church because there
with a good business11 patronage TheEnterprise on will' have another, because he plays A beautiful -wedding will Da solemnized finny tribe, and on Friday'night sixty- Whereas: the.Great'MasterTeacher'

''T will add greatly to the pros- happens to be people.almost as 'worth deep at all games, or because he can by, Father _Fox at Runneymede two pounds, several fine specimens of said, Suffer little children t.o come 'un-' ;' ,
less aa he is In it, and he knocks on the tomorrow to Me, and forbid them not, for of such ,
perlty of that hustling little city, and drink a great deal. These are vilifying i (Saturday) morning at trout and pickerel being.!In the hauls. i
x should be most liberally supported by saloon-keeper, because, perhaps hecan't distinctions mortifying preferences o'clock.. The contracting parties being The boys were'proud of their! catch; i tbeTUngdom, of God;" be it . .. '

};. ., the business men. get booze on credit. lie knockson and exclude' all Idea cL.e s teem'and re Miss Nan Hughes of Colorado, and Mr. and -iriiend, going again in the Resolved that this lodgeextend to ti'
1 near
I the school when. In some instances gard. Whoever is had as it is calledin William Krape, son of Dr. Krape. Full I future.. the bereaved brother and his family our
he hat no children to send. He knockson particulars in next edition. sincerest sympathy and commend them
reiolcing company, for the sake of any one our 1St
the postmaster because he fails to I thing ingly, is singly -that thing and --- --_. --- to the care of an all-wise God and loy- t!
}'" : fey of the route of the Citrus Southern get a letter or paper just when he I, will never be considered in any other ITEMS OF INTEREST CLIPPED As an indication.,of the remarkable Pig Heavenly Father.

; railway, which i H designed run between imagines he ought to. He -knocks .on light consequently never respected let increase in value of tbe' property origInally "The Lord bless thee and keep thee;
t" Kissimmee and Sanford. Work one 'neighbor because be Is successfuland his merits be what they may.A FROM ThC ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE allotted at St. Cloud! ; may be The Lord make His face to shine upon(

on the line, it is- said, will i be pushed another because he is unfortunate. Subscriber. ---:- cited the recent sate by a M{:. tjeemer thee and be gracious unto thee; ,

,i" 'with all desirable speed, and the gene He knocks on his town constantly and - -- --- Dra. E. G.-Ferris, J. D. Chunn and 'of Scranton, Pa. to Comrade'ioop of The Lord lift up His countenance upon.

,:-" manager of the new road assured the keeps a chunk of discouragement handyto Taxing the Cooked Beefsteak. C. S. Cooper have been appointed the a flve acre farm tract for the sujnof \ thee and give; thee peace. t

;it Gazette that he "expected to ride from throw at every public enterprise that board of pension examiners for St. I$700 cash. Considering the original Bunyan Stephens. ;

a ,Kluimmee to Sanford on the new line comes along. He contribute. nothing A beefsteak raw is tariff-taxed 1) Cloud. purchase price of this property and the K. O. Meek.

Iv((0, 'heton the close of the present year." to the public welfare, yet is everlastingly cents a pound, poultry] 6 cents a pound i fact that St. Cloud is not yet two years F. W. Stalker."t

r b,-;. 'This' Is good news for that section, and nursing a sore spot against the and chops or cutlets 10 per cent. An interesting meeting Of the local old, it was an in vestment rarely] equaledin Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. A A.

;:;. KiMimmee ia now proclaiming the Intention world because he feels he has not been The steak ia cooked on a broiler tariff- Woman's Christian Temperance Union any of our largest cities. M., March 20th, !1911. r

: .of becoming Ole largest inlandcity treated properly. He knocks on his taxed 40 percent, or in a frying pana was held in G. A R. hall Monday af .. __ .

t t4 in.the. stateT-Times-Union. local paper, because it isn't as big as ( barbarous- method of the back ternoon. The president; Mrs. West Work is being rushed on the hand- Florida Maps. ,

the Chicago Tribune, but roars long woods,) and the frying pan Is taxed 40 cott, was in the chair, while Miss Liz some new parsonage of the Methodist Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley

h. The manner in which the white people and loud when be -is asked to pay up percent. ale Nelson presided at the piano. After church. Contractor Johnson has the Gazette office a pocket map of Florida

;i s' ; ,hi north haze treated Booker Wash. i. his subscription. Knocking Is like You test the steak with a fork tariff. the rendition of the favorite work ;well in hand and will make a United will be States.mailed to any address in the ''
"Jngtonhas i so emboldened that negro : smallpox it's contagious. Most any taxed on a varying scale; .but by the temperance/ hymn, "The Whisky Shop beautiful home for the dominie and his eeola county can at also 91 each furnish and '

? ..i '"* hat his kinky head! 'evolved (the idea : man is i likely to be guilty of the offence Tariff,law it must'-not be less than 40 Must Go," prayer was offered by Mrs. family. The trustees of the church insist wilPbeglad<< to estimate on sectional maps

r" that he waa permitted a free lance to.. occasionally but he ought to go out per cent. Forks, 40 per cent, or more: Woodward. The minutes of the pre- on having the best for their pastor. of any klhd.I .

jl <',!' apeak insultingly to respectable white I and kick himself every-time he errs in You trim it with a knife that may vious session were read by Mrs. Hamilton The structure will be a modern eight- rC C

women, but since the doctors were this way. Don't heed the knocker; pay more but must never pay less than secretary, and approved. Mrs. room dwelling, with bath, electricbg

14c; ((1 .forced to take sixteen stitches to patch turn a deaf ear to his tale of woe, lest 40 per cent. Woodward treasurer reported $3.75 ts, city water etc. '

1', ./' up his scalp aa the re.ll1tof a husband's yon be repeating it. Knocking: is an It rests in state on a platter tariff- Cash in thetreasury That Auction

Ya indignation, it i. possible he will awake expensive pastime. It has destroyed taxed 55 per cent. > Nearly a hundred members and I I t

.to the fact that there is one white roan. friendship, broken up home., changed The stove it has just left Is tariff- At the meeting of the improvementclub friends of the New York veterans association Sale of

k, |( in New York: who will not permit of the course of railways, blocked important taxed 45 per cent. of St. Cloud Wednesday after- met at the residence of Comrade I Dishes k ,

J the association or familiarity of a negro legislatjpn, depopulated cities and The dab of melted] butter is tariff- noon the ladies were honored by a visit Knapp, at Florida avenue1 and 6th I "

r ? ";' even if Roosevelt did invite that played Old Nick ever since the devil taxed 6 cents a pound. from Mr Porter, of the Seminole Land street, Thursday' morning whence they ,th "" .

'p .z j( negro to dinner at the White House, broke the Garden of Eden and knocked Even the pepper is taxed l-6th ,of a and investment Co., who presented the I proceeded to the picnic grounds on thelake "LIP'l" ,.tr

s ,? and Taft appoint a dingy by the name the |lapple' off the tree, whose mortal penny an ounce. Club with $10 to be used for the im front, beaded by the St. Cloud ",

; '"' of Lewis to the position of aasistantattorney taste brought death to the world and The Worceretire sauce is tariff-taxed provement'of the public park, received Fife and Drum Corps, invited guests of I.

?. i .. general of the United States. all our woe. If you have the knocking 40 per cent. from an amusement company recently the association, the music giving much 4

habit, now is a good time to take it out The prepared mustard, 5-8tha off a playing in St. Cloud, for which they pleasure to all who participated. Some Bid will
.< h. Salaries of and it that i penny an ounce. rising vote of thanks.ExSenator be received all
} County Officers. bury so deep forty tons o 'gave a of the veterans, had gone to the lakefront

'1' In another column we publish dynamite couldn't blow it out of I Its'' The celery salt, 40 percent ; ordinary the previous day and piovided day tomorrow, Saturday, Mar. 1
1 the.full resting place. But if must knock salt, -10th: of a penny pound and Mrs. W. I. Newell
you tables and benches for the 25th the
'of handsome
' t; t.ij a bill to be introduced at the occasi 'n. tfii Set of' -
turn your hammer on the tariff bill If there is a small bit of cheese !it is of Philadelphia and! son, W. I. NeweUJr. The ladies had the tables '
air ::41 coming legislature, which if soon loaded -
)v' will place all county officers passed, Cannon Roosevelt Dr. Cook or some I taxed at 6 cents a pound. ., wife and daughter. Miss Hulda with the toothsome viands they knowso Dishes on display in our win .

annual on a stipulated other person, place or thing that is not i The pickles are tariff-taxed 40 percent left for their northern summer home aAtlantic t well how to prepare anuVit dow.
salary. There was
i, are, somegood likely to be affected by your thumps and the onion pickles also 40 per City, N. J.on, Wednesday -
J "t features in this bill, and its again demonstrated that a dinner I Is V
'i ] tenor Is along the right line but general Give your neighbors the glad hand and : cent. ; .the apple sauce 35 per cent., and Senator Newell is delighted with St. never relished more than in the open $25.00 value to go to the . ,
1. J' on your town the glad word. Theonlyway in addition 1 penny a pound. .. Cloud and Its people and will return _,
air J
at jolly highest
y a
few picnic. bidder.
a points) we are forced to disagreewith ,I We reserve '
to make the world better is to get The butcher who sold the steak has about October 1 for another winter ,
, ; Mr. Singletary the
gentleman who better yourself. The only way to make his share of tariff tax to bear. with "the boys." ; the right to accept more than ,
, will introduce the bill., Mr. and Mrs.
G W. N. Garner, Capt.
I' your town lively is to step lively your He has carved'the steak from a quarter bid., Bid ..,.
< In the first opened Monday.
place, the rate of John C. Weddle of ei
,..) pay allowed self. Get busy and you'will' forget the of 'oeef with a knife taxed 40 per John P. Jones-was, on Tuesday last Kentucky an uncle ?...
officers in Class A counties i is of Mrs. Garner the Misses ,
fir ye l en- faults of others. The\ world ia a pretty j cent. placed under arrest by Sheriff Prevail ; Una and Don't forget to bid.
; tirejy1 smart, Willie 1
tpo as requirea Garner and
just Mrs.
as George
good place. for those who His clever has been / him W.
make it -so. | butchers on.a warrant charging with libel.
; y -; much time and talent to perform the Therelor ,'don't knock, unless! it la to j taxed: perhaps'more, but by the law Toe information was issued by Judge I Littleton composed party who visited '. 1 y( .
:i duties of clerk, sheriff or any other of- the Shaker Colony at Aston last Wednesday. .
knock the stuffin never less than 40 cent.
out of some chronic per J. L. Moon prosecutor of Osceola i
fleer in a sparsely settled county i if it -They
as were most
knocker; The wooden chopping block on whichit Jones bond for his hospitably ,
county. gave appearance I ?,
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; does in either Duval, Hillsboro or Es- - entertained, by the Shakers,
trimmed is were
tt. was tariff-taxed 85 per for trial before the April
cambia county though the responsibilities i. shown about the d
There place and
are men who will be courteous, cent. term of the county court. H. D. Col- returned
might be a little more burdensomeSin kindly, and even tender to.other women I!i What a splendid affair this Payne Yin and C. W. Doop being his auritles. home> highly. pleased with their trip.: I CASH HARDWARE STOSEr

; ' .. those counties, for which the Officersfthould who ,is often habitually ruled inconsiderate Tariff-Tax is i !1-C. '{I. post in New York The arrest of Jones, it Is said, grows Old for sale this '
: ':.a.t" .. ,: be given a larger salary than i."r' !. to his owl wife. \ ,I World. out of certain libelous references ,said 20 cent newspapers 100.* at officeat 'I Kusimmee, Fla. jt'l

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f tie Klsslute Yalleu Gazette and Mrs P. D. 'Outlaw of St. ; j'. unprecedented 1-rush of REVIVAL SERVICES Plan to attend. \every service. No One hair The groom looked .splendid. in A:

II 1 Cloud, have been visiting relatives in work hi'this office last week we omitted I can afford toynira a single opportunity'to conventional suit of black

TELEPHONE,> O.i1.jfu .. and Laughman this week., to'mention that most entertaining per"j hear so able ap gsspel"preacher.COMPtMNTARYiPiCNiC. Brother Funk delivered the.marriage
( _-1,-,-L__*__- formance! given at the opera house on .Will(Begin'at the Baptist Church :on ceremony in most beautiful and impressive "1
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I )\PUBLISHED EVERY 1 FRIDAY Attention in this issue of the Lakeland Artificial - the 14th-The.Mock Trial. It was'One 1] .Monday Afternoon. "manner,. after which hearty

-BTWeatherReport- I r of tha.JI\o.t pleasing performances ever ] I ,.' .:.......-. l congratulations followed. Immediately
w. B.HAA""S"\: Stone Co., showing: the 24-room. given in'our city, and those of. our people Th Baptista of'Kissimmee have been refreshments were 'served, each paus-

-. -._=... ...."" cement block apartment house, which who took, part in the 1)ufCnnance"acq praying and planning for a 'revival :;of to- Be Given Mr-J.: 6., Hale by the' ing on the way to"view the many useful

I I t\ _. \ they,have under*construction J ( . forA.'E.Nieme .itted ,,themselves.. with much credit. ,religion in their f church and communityfor : PresbYrenan".SundaV'S
>r. I -'I -some time' .They era about to reap dlntngroom was also' in J>r'dal' array-*
: l Mr'and' Mrs. 4fios. Fouls, who arrived The visit.of: ,Bishop, Morrisoeto'Kt1.intmee the fruits of their prayers: and put Into The Presbyterian, Sunday School will', vases of lillies pyramids of fruit,.a mlr-

here last week .from"' Michigan in the interest of the new active operation their plans. Several hold'a picnic at Mill Slough".Satuhlay, 'row lake in'C center! of table which em- ...
April 1st In which all friend. of the' '
,: tv I \. have purchased two Jots in Prospect odist church' has Men .Meth'j 'changes have been made II} the church : braced a iny green islet. Ice, cream, .'
teacher and Invited
.. Following thedaity'tem Park frum Dr. Downing, on which they: Notice of' 'the time of his ,. that gr t-add to the efficiency/ : the pupils are cordially lemonade and numerous kind of cake-

i 1-1 t retires and precipitation a ireported will at once begin the erection of a be giveV There will be regular: services. The platform for the choir to join. This picyie i is given complimentary were' served,, rte bride lake being. r''

'by the .Government modern residence. cea in the Methodist church next has been enlarged to almost twice its to Mr. J.. B. Hale, assistant most tooUuom .

'.1' station at Kissimmee for the day,'bath morning and night former Size, and the piano moved onto superintendent of the school, who leaves Directly 'after befog seated at the .,
Contractor Frank Bass la at present sun'j' .I shortly for the North, and 1 Is not in Jleu
the pastor You are ,cordially
week ending Mar.< 23, 1911. by this platform and extra seats installedfor table, Mr. E. F. Masters drank a lemonade -
in buildillg'QI addition to the of the annual union 'Sunday school picnic -,,
engaged / vited. W. H. Funk, pa.tol\ tbe'cholr.; toast irt old lime .style to the- t
rAI: ..11a.l" passenger depot at. St. Peter urg, which wilt be held later in the little "
The choir ia to be under the able lead bride and arroon1. The poem was
who have
. . . 77 45 . which shows that he, doe, not/ y any Mi. and Mrs. F. W. Bull, spring. it '
Friday ership of Rev Ji Ludvrig of Geor ao touching and well rendered .that
meeni confine his. contracts /work in spent the winter; in Kissimmee left'oiMonday ) I. This Sunday school has made much } '
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Saturday. their in Iowa. On 'gia.: Mr. Ludwig has had considerable called forth a burst. of applause; feast
for home :
Sunday. . . . 62 . .Kissimmee or St. Cloud... ; himself experience in conducting singing schools progress and grown considerably in ing and:chatting' continued until 'after'w' ,
Mr. Ball expressed aa
leaving, numbers the which i laIn
Monday . . . 66'Tuesday' ., Robert F. Blair.'of Summer county! In and teaching music. He will arrive past year, 10 o'clock then traveling garment
delighted with his stay our city, saying
.. . .. '63 . Kansas, and J. L. McCammon. of Lo.gan he before enjoyed such Saturday and will be with 'Rev. Stephens a large measure due to the untiring were donned, many good-byes and t
that, never efforts of its offlcersjsnd the pastor of,
county, Oklahoma, are in Klssim- climate met at the Sunday services, when it is God "bless you'a were spoken. A* they
better people
Thursday rT a perfect or the church.Rev. S. S. Snyder, and this '
i for homes, and both the choir will be house the sweet
mee prospecting They will return .here in the fall to expected thoroughly will add still more to the school'sstrength. Were leaving the
I \picnic
express themselves as being delighted possibly remain permanently.Mrs. organized. Mr. Ludwig is a wide-awake : strain of song pealed out over the e n

) with this part of. Florida. leader, and will no doubt bring out the quiet watersof our fair Tohopekaliga/ :
I I L. A. Murphy received a telegram best efforts from the '"God be with
possible not only that ever dear old hymn)
---- Mr. J. M. Willson, Jr., reports the announcing the NOTABLE: WEDDING "
of lasCSaturday choir but froth the congregation as i you till we meet agajn. An ocean
sale of the vacant lot on the corner
--l| to. Mr. John death .of her father R. M. Holland, well. Good congregational singing; Inwhich voyage was planned by way of N. Y., t
1 and Brack streets
THE: LOCAL Park McClelland 6f ''Connecticut, who, it is which occurred at his home at Norris every person in the house shall I Miss Nellie Wetherbee and Mr Ira then to the groom's old home in Penn i;
City, III. Mr. Holland a join'is the aim of the Jeader. ,sylvania where they will remain until
J i learned, will at once begin the erection brother-in-law of our townsman, Mr. J. It has been very generally advertisedby i, Wetherbee, Jr., United for. Life. fall. .

KNW4N N__ M'N of an ,up-to-date bungalow. B. Hale. Mrs. Murphy being in delicate handsome display cards in the wiry I On Tuesday" evening, March, 21st, at Mr. and Mr. Wetherbee are well

Rev T. F. Calloway, pastor 'Of the health herself was unable to make dows of, all the stores that these evan- I the home of the bride's parents, Mr. known and have many friends in Osce
sidewalks. Gu
toed Cement forever or' tile Prices right. Allerton ran- I First. Baptist churchjfcf Orlando, is in the trip to attend her,father's funeral. gelistic services will begin Monday. I and Mrs. Ira Wetherbee was solemn- ola county and Kissimmee; are Christian a

.& Demur 8-tf the city today; M KTalloway eayshe Mr. G. F. Priceof Hunter Okla., I t Dr. .Nowlin will preach each day at I ized one of the prettiest home weddingsof \ workers and ever ready to 'do

is constantlyhearmg good reports of who paid Ki !limme a Visit last Dect'm-I 3.30 and 7 p. m. the year when Mr. Ira Wetherbee. something for the cause of Christ. On
IIMr| J. H. Woodull and daughter are Kif"imiTu't>,-and thinks it la one of thebest : their return-ft-eetteg'-willbe- ".
bar, and- remained a few daS's' investigating The Baptists are congratulating themselves ; .f r., led to the marriage altar Miss-Nel ;
upending the week in' Fort Myers visit-. advertised towns in Florida conditions in this section upon securing the help of a man lie, their only daughter Rev Wm. H. on the eastern shore of Hilliard'a Island i,

ing friends. The Laymen1 Union wilt'nieet at the readied here again Saturday night, of Dr. Nowlin's experience and reputalion. *- Fflnk, pastor ot the Kismmmee Methodist \ where they will reside,in future.A .

" Attoiney II. I), Geiger went up to Baptist church next Sunday afternoon and this time will remain permanently i I Jl< is-spoken of very higTily by church, performed the ceremony.The Friend. i

Apopka Monday aftmoon on a brief at :1 o'clock, and thereafter alternatelyat having purchased. a tract in Fowler the press wherever )Ke has conducted a parlor was daintily and artit tit"al-,I ----- - -- 7

visit to his mother.Mrs the various churches. in the city. Announcement Park,, on wlnrh he will build a home meeting. For instance the Baptist I ly decorated for the occasion with Just Try It for One Year "If'

C. C. Ik.ltt.rt..onIf. Orlando of the place of meeting and set out a citrus ){rove as, well a.. Advance of Pine' Bluff said of him: green and white, displaying; work of Without one cent of expense to you. I N.'
will be made from week to week vegetable garden "Dr. Nowlin is khe clearest in the skillful hands for their loved ones. A We want to prpve to you by actualdemonstration
the guest of Mrs. ]t. W. Wiley plant a I pre-I affairs that
wu in your own j
of fernand
oentation of his thought of any ( beautiful wreath was formed
day or NO tins we<.k. I Mr. and Mm C. A. Code left yesterday Died!, at the home of her parents near I I depositing your money with us and paying .
we have heard. Some of Ins sermons japonicas in rainbow shape from I
bills check Will ,
where MrColt 1 :) little I i all your by pay you
( for 'Vint t We arey .pleaMtl. ) lo t see lax Assessor Orlando on have not: onlY been clear in thought, but floor to ceiling A large white bell suspended a profit. A profit in satisfaction. A r
I called. on buslno' matters.9'he Louise Yates, the four 1
MattalK'l _
J. L. O\.r,I..t on our Htret IB u {umafter was they have also been gigantic in the I' in the center overhead with profit! in protection. A profit in actual
I a vleek's. illneHK L' 1 latter expects trt l i-abxent about year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. W magnitude of ideas The audiences. are I II' I these. touching words in motto "Leadme saving of money. ,ij
three weeks while M r... Cole will remain H. Yat..8 Interment was held. at ". Will you come in today and make the I.
I 1 ; of. KookfieldInd held perfectly under the control of the i in the way everlasting just be- start 113.t t
, .a a Mr. L. Iramnicer for .several months. today conducted -
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I B. speaker. neaj.h the bell in the background. It State Bank of Kissimmee.
) visiting I T. F. Calloway of Orlando.Mr. .
Mr. A. F. Krit/, wife and ten children by Rev The pastor of the local Baptist churchis was here that our island lad and lassie
I'. Mkesetl, at Ho-wen's ranch residents I ;[
and Mrs Yates are Messrs. Frank Limbeck, Phillip Meyer
, arrived. Thursday from Lenoir N of the opinion that the town is in made their vows for better or for worse.

Mr. Pat JohnHon, who IS study m? I C and went over to K i..slmmt'e Park of KiKHimmee and have many need of just suce a preacher as Dr. Relatives and guests were placed in a and Walter Allen of Ossian, Iowa, f

law at the State University, dime friends here who will sympathize with He solid and circle each their arrived this week to make their homesat t
: where Mr. Kritzhaaextensivehok1ings.: .... Nowlin. is sane, safe, an in respective places,
down last week for a brief visit. to the I We are glad!: to welcome these good them nj i their bereavement. able expounder Of the Word. He has who joined in friendly conversation KisBimmtfe' .Park. These gentlemen {:

.. 'home folks. people as permanent citizens of our At about 11 o'clock last night a negro been a pastor for a long long time, and wthile waiting. will immediately begin the preparing p -i7

after I community. was discovered sneaking about the is not tainted with sensationalism or superficial At 7.30 the bridal party marched in, and planting of thirty-five acre in : "
Mrs. Paul Yat a and children, Mr. Limbeck- '+-
Father Fox, of Orlando will Crowe aidencee on Breaker avenue, methods. He contends earn- taking the place assigned them the grape fruit and oranges.
a visit of three weeks with relatives at I J{t.'V. Drought with him a fine trotting ;
March and his refusal to stand and give estly for the faith once for all delivered bride looking very pretty in a becoming very '
/ Nichols, returned to the city on Wednesday come to Kisnimmee Saturday, upon mare and will spend, his leisure time +
', night 25th. There will be devotion in the airaccount of'himself, Mr. Crowe fired unto the sainU, and does it in a man- dress of white mohair wipi\ satin trimmings I enjoying the good road of Osceola t"Selling \

I evening at 7:30 o'clock in the chapelat 1 at him but failed to hit him Mr. ner that wins the hearts of his hearers. and Marchel Nell) rosebuds in her county. l'f.

Mr. Frank M. lIulihan.representing the home of Mrs A. Tress, and will Willy Mime, who is acting as special
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y( the Florida Life.,Insurance Company have Mass jSunday morning" at 8 o'clock policeman in that neighborhood, was a
Las been spending several days In the bloodhoundswere .
aroused by shooting, ----- -
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'b "city this week put on the trail, and a lively '' ....
The steamer Osceola, Cap3.' Clay .
the villain escaped.
Miss Corrie Miller ha returned to chase ensuedbut
Johnson Jr., in command, a
her studies in music at Columbia College -
round trip this week from he fade Mr. C. D. Carroll has about completed -
Lake City, after a visit to her
( .
ange Hammock, carrying a shipping his first crop of spring '

parents in this city. of freight. The Lillie will I have on Yegeiable..-* d says that he has had a :, '

Mrs. Victoria Lay ton, of Cowanda;' Tuesday for Baa inger with both passengers most successful season aa regards. the Like Hot Cakes"k ,

Pa., arrive in the city Wednesday fora and. freight, . amount produced-over 'seven hundred '" "' : :, .
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month's visit to tier old friends,'Mr. of Pitts- crates of celery and four. hundred ,, t :
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Bebout t. ,
and., .Mrs.:Thomas'Van fiuzer.f' .. . burg. Pa. arrived In the city last nightto basket of lettuce to the acre-*but that I1ji.wykiS' i ; _, ., ..... .." . ;, ,," . .. .
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: the, prices received were not aa high as t" 'f.: ,. TV, 'I', ,' ""!.L. \' 1
Welch of Lenoir. J4. C.: weeks 'tr
Flora couple of prospecting.Mr. .j _
Mrs. spend a } he thinks the quality of his vegetables ., 'f1i,1,, .:. : : \ ,' ( .,1\r:,,':li: !, ., .
went,over to Kissimmee Park. Thursday Bebout has been'receiving the '
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demanded. Mr. Carroll states that/ his .: ,
where she will reside with her Valley Gazette the past three,months
'melon is looking fine, and he expects ,
crop -
W. Freeman. comedo Kissimmee
'. I' father Mr. G. and was induced to
.I an abundant yield. r
f' The Rev David D Kidd-wjll hold through reading its columns. .

r aervioes in .the'' Episcopal" church on' Mrs. S. G. Tompkins, who came to The "pound" party given to Dr. KISSIMMEE

: Sunday next. Mornm prayer, the KiBsimmee from Vermont some time Breaker in honor of his 81st birthday, PARK .

litany and sermon at 11 o'clock.Mr. ago; has purchased through Mr. J. M. on Wednesday evening' ,22nd instant, -',

Willson, Jr.r.the Fraeure cottage on was a grand success, both as to the .
L. P. Mo>ley. a popular shoe
Brack street,'and will) occupy it as her large number of prominent people who .
out of Atlanta, was ;
'salesman traveling residence the participated and the high degree of en- '" '1
as soon .
permanent I .
In the city last week and sold a full! line I transfer of the property is made. joyment experienced by aU.partIes..' .....' !"
of shoes to L. M. hidden & Co. ,
4.; with his
Col. A S. Nelson presided I

Mrs. F. W. Webking and daughter, Mr. Jas. Lee, of Bcllair, Md., who usual dignity; and read a highly inter .o :

rr Mrs. E. M.. Chase will leave for a visit has a winter home at DeLand, Fla., esting paper, !giving an account of important ' ", .

to: Evansville, Ind., and Chicago. Mrs. was in the city this week Mr. Lee incidents in the life of Dr. .r

Webbing will return next November. owns some property in this city, and Breaker, not generally known.. .. /I
expressed great surprise and delight at I J; .
4 Mr. L. M. Whidden is spending the the manyimprovements which have Min Catherine Derbyshire has returned ,,

':, week on the range in the lower portionof taken place since his last.visit here. to her home at Connoraville, t 4

the county looking after his cattle, Ind., after spending several weeks in r . fk
ot which. he has several. hundred head. Among the St. Cloud visitors last ,this city. Miss Derbyshire was highly i ..

Saturday were Misses Elizabeth Johns' pleased with KiBsimmee, and while here The soil and the from L .
P.ostmaster Van Agnew informs us immunity j
1 ton and Berta Hodge. Miss Hodge was ,:
t purchased ten acres of land on the clay . ,
discontinued ;
that the postoffiee at Peghorn was few with her friend
f; spending a days road north of town, and had five acres
on March 15th, and all mail and at the time frost it have 'd
Mist Johnston, same of it planted in. pecans..' Miss Derbyshire making possible to fruits:
for that office is now lent to St. Cloud. ,
looking out for a field of labor, she be- expects: to return in a few months

Mrs C. W. Barrett left Wednesday ing one of Northern Florida's most and make further improvements-on her and vegetables as early as they can be .

i for Michigan, where she will visit rela- prominent teachers. property; and it is probable that her .'

?. lives for a few week and then go: on to Dr. J. E. Kilburn, of Knoxville..Ark., father, Dr. Derbyshire, will come here raised '
in the United States is
Tower City, N.: D., to spend the sum arrived irl the city Saturday, and is to live. anywhere ,i

this section with a view to y
; looking over
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wright of Chicago -
i!: mer.Mrs.. A. J. Robertson, who has been purchasing a tract of land and locating who spent a few days/ here some the reason this property is selling rapidJ. ;1;

'AI 7" stopping for several weeks with Mrs: permanently. The doctor comes amongus months ago, when they bought twenty rH

: E. A. Russell in North Kissimmee, left seeking a milder climate than that '
acres in Kissimmee Garden from Mr.J. -:- -:- -:- . -.-
Wednesday for her home at Center. of the Ozark mountains, and says that '
of which
M. Willson, Jr., a portion 'J.
he believes he has found it. here. ,
Y' ville Tenn. "
; has been planted in fruit trees, were ,

Mr. Henry Lo4fl! Wayne, Mich., Prof. Roy G .iger of Apopka, was in here last week and selected the site on I & '

one of our regular winter visitors, left the city Saturday visiting his brother,. which they woilld build their home, : I l
for home'' on Sunday, but will return Attorney H. D. Geiger. Proft'BBorGeiger work on which will be begun as soon as I S. : ;

here long before the snow begins to fly is studying for the ministry and the plans and specifications are completed I .

in the North. . went up to Orlando where he had an They left this week for Chi

engagement on Sunday to fill the pulpit cago, but will return in the fall to remain -'I . .r .r ,t
of Miss Jessie .,
The many friends Cornell ( at the First Baptist church ,m the permanently. '

v will be delighted to learn that she absence of the pastor, $ev, T. F. Cal- '. J
{ is recovering from an illness of several Mr. Wm. Goodrich who came tol .

-t months She leaves next week for Su loway. 1 l Kissimmee from Lake Ciiy, Minn., I

ft, Augustine, to visit friendA Mr. B. P. Kikesell manager of E. '' about six weeks ago has purchased ,

1 W. Bowen's ranch at Canoe Creek, returned twenty acres on Shingle Creek, immediately ,
Mr. and Mrs Lavallette. Buck, who T 1tVice.Pres.
Wednesday from Rockfield, Ind. alongside the bridge on the "

tJa ? have spent the winter in Kissimmee, where he had been on th. sad mission Campbell' road, which he III'having . J. E. MATTOCKS -

I guests of Mrs. Buck's parents, .Mr. I of accompanying the remains of his cleared for trucking this fall. He also ..' ", '

t and Mrs. Dan McCalhster, returned to little son, who died two weeks ago of bought the home and garden of Mr. G. & Mil.Kissimmee iv

.f their home at Anglesea, N. J., ont cholera infantum, for interment in the E. Tarbox in Carson's addition .and the .

Sunday. cemetery !at that place. The child was two lots adjoining, where he will make Fla. 4

t .Miss Mabel .Parker, accompanied by a little less than one year old and was his home. Mr. Goodrich was called to I t ,.'

1 her nieces, Daughters of Mrs. G. M. the idol of the family. He: was ill onlya Minnesota by telegram on Sunday, but .

..H Dunne, arrived in the city Wednesday few days prior to his death. Mr. and will return here before the middle of

.. from Sumter. S. C., where Miss Mabel Mrs. Mikesell have the sympathies of a April, when he expects to engage: in I. -

t ..,: has spent some time -visiting relatives large circle of friends in this city and the hay, grain and feed business, with z k,

and friends. lt', ..1 county in their bereavement. which he perfectly familiar. t.

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CHURCH DIRECTORY FIXED SALARIES: |I emoluments perquisites, allowances *.../.....,...,.....-.#....................... ..t.......

( and commissions that 'may be'eamed ... !
.. .a
,- i i by or that may accrue to his respective :

BAPTIST. Pay of, County Officers to Bf''Regu- office atjd pay same over to the county I' ..

.-' treasurer of his county, to hit used as Ideal Fertilizers :
Bunyan Stephens pastor. lated By Law. .'. i'I 1-* i
M1? t Sunday ..' ? j I part of the revenue of the county;

School KUsiijimee( Valley Gazette 'w Provided, however/that whenever under i '. ..
Bible 9.45 a. m.
Cheapest :
and :
'r'i'.' Preaching 11 ,. m' ;.and 7".15 p. m t Gentlemen ; Enclosed you will/ find the laws of the state the county Best ,
4r C t al copy! of bill which I expect to introduce shall become' liable for the payment of

r CommunioA B. Y. B. U."' 6:45: Sunday.p. m. m.the next legislature. And as this is any of said cost, emoluments per. i Celery; Lettuce Cauliflower Beans i ,

ref MOld.y-after( 3rd Sunday). a bill that will benefit the entire state, 'jquisites' allowances. or commissions of ;; ; -TomatoesCantaloupes Potatoes t

aTid as'it has not 'been agitated In all any of the said officers of puck county; '1
Woman's Mine Union-Devo. 3 p. m.
. .. Wednesday-(after 1st Sunday). the counties."! thoughtthat,
1 Worn. Miss. Union-Social.. 3 toSpm beat to send/ .out copies of the bill to I j collect the same from IhBounty, but. directions for raising all the principal products' of t e. j

Thursday each paper so that it could be published shall be required to collect same, from State, carefully revised and brought: up to date by our most.cue. ,,I ;

and that tile people might have a any other persoa'or corpdration liable cessful.growers. No publication on this subject ..contains such .
7OO m. .
meeting : p.
Prayer I
Visitors always welcome.PRESBV.TERIAN.. : : chance to study it, .and! as far as pos,i> I|I therefor and pay' Same over to the : practical advice. All gardeners should have It; from the owner i

-- S I. ble, instruct their ..representatives. with county treasurer as aforesaid.; : of the small'home garden to the largest shipper lii it will be . \

reference to it. I I- coats found the special IDEAL formulas that have been constructed .
: I Sec. 5. All fees, allowances, >-* .
. 1 hope to have the hearty coopnaI emoluments, perquisites and commissipns :. by careful study of actual field reiultdThey are invaluable, be- '1 t.
I i I
s. S. Snyder,! pastor. ,. lion and support of all the papers in the pertaining to or arising from the = ing )perfectly balanced and from the RIGHT SOURCES., Gel :: t

Sunday 8'hool.9.45 p. m.A.. S entire state on this bill, and I ,am sure :I( performance of any ahd all official acts, : the BEST_and make MONEY. '

4 Nelson superintendent. that it will be of great benefit to all the services and duties, except ai prided\ Call on representatives Waters'fi_ &Carson_Grocery m't$: I.SDREABOUT I.
'Church Service 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. *
people in the state. a I in Section 3 of this. Act, stall be by i party. or address ,
I Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. ? Thanking in advance for I
you any each of said officers received collected *
I ;
Prayer and Hiblo BtudyJThurs.. m. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
p ,
thing you will have to say In.fl1v.. r ot accepted and accounted for as tho agent .
Visitors most 'ordialJ));' invited to allCervices. this bill in I it Jack80 lnllc. Florida.. / '
vuur paper am. and'servant of the state ajid!! Bounty, : *. .
.. I Yours truly for and on behalf of the county. And as ..+rea.+F ai..+".,.."+wa.+a..i.+.+sties,+aa.lw,, +...: "'
R. DeWITT BROWN W. J. Singlet ry.. its prosperity; and the performance of J

Instructor on Vi ltiu. / METHODIST.V | \---:- all official acts !and duties/ex-oflicio or There Is No/Coltuection

Won t first prize' Groves City (I'll. ) _\ +u. II. Funk Ph. I 1), pastors I A BILL otherwise, shall be by him performed

College-of music: Sunday School !>::1J>j a. m. Prof. R. To be Entitled An Act to Fix the Compoetmation and rendered>d as an agent of said countyand t "' 'between Qur work and thai ,done by inexporiincod t
< plumbers. !Don,tyou
For terms. and other particulars: M.'Kvans. superintendent.! I of Clerks of the Circuit state in consideration of the allow- it's HIV of the./i-asies[ hin('\('i in the I Itl

write or ('8,11) Ht residence of Judge/ Prpaching services 11 a. m., and 7:15: ,. Courts, Sheriffs, Tax Assessors. Tax ance to him ofX-he salary) and compen- I l,) world! for a plumber (to "m k<.', wnrc') I

Dudley Glenn. p. m. jIJojJB ', Collectors, County TreaHurers and sation provided 'bisections 1, 2 and :3 by not doing bin work properly. > I

J!!! ; League/ :p. m. County Judges in the State of florIda .of this Act. r ; GUARANTEED PLUMBING' S'
I is tht--kindxof work we Junior I League U p. m. I' ; to Provide for the PaymentThereof I!J It is 'hereby made the duty of each ofI stay done, unless you take pickax 1 und .I,

J. W. THOMPSON :Si'tiior lA'Ugiii' i 1\0;::\( i.m. j bv the solntie., and to Kequire I said officers to demand and collect and t BE breajrit down. When Y"U' hate( a job

I (Jen.; prnyer service+Thurs. 7'T.:> p. m. I all Coats, lees, l receive all fees cost! allowances, of-Plumbing-Steam, (;Jji; or 1 bleating, to

. I Holy communion; 't'r. 1st Sunday. j i Perquisites! and m"lum..nltl.1 emoluments,' perquisites and commissions Ili I PLUMBING Hi- done s0m1) for Us. -

FUNERAL DiniCCTOKami) You conbailly'. invited (to each ( Ilerenlterto he I'rov < .. I AND
are f} i I that pertain to or are appurtenant THE[ PIONEER[ PLUMBING SHOP

I theft" ",'rv...'"". ,, I jHltlSTIAN. (Ollirers to be Collected by Them and i ji to his. office by laws now in force or HEATING i
.Paid O\er to the Treiisifrer'of : OFFICE PHONE 214
i County hereafter enacted, from whatever
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LICENSED EMBALM: I BrcxdwlV Kls lmm. I-Ia.
< the Jt"K.tlCounti, ,' I I source they may wise, whether ejf-ofli-
,1 CourtliouseKlBSlWMEK | He II Enacted, the of the
Opponite S. .1./ Vanre pastor. I by Legislature I no or otherwise, accruing in any and

1 Preaching at l 11 l a. m. and r, m: State of Florida : I all .matters, civil, criminal or otherwise.,
I ,FLORIDA Biota School !9.45 A. W. Winn Section 1. That for the ---
a. m. purixixenfj' I and pay the same over to the county

._ superintendent, ; A. L. Davidson, assistant this Act the counties of the State of ,
1 -- --- - -- .i i treasurer of his county as provided in
"Spriiig Time is Dress Time"V
superintendent. Florida are dandified. JIM follows : | this Act.

t FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH Christian End'avor'r.> Sunday Class A .hall contain all counties I i iwherein Sect G I;. That it shall he the duty of F.
evening at 6.HO: p. m. according to the census latest |
each ollicer collecting any costs, fees,
Prayer meeting and choir practice every l taken and promulgated by authority of I emolument, perquisites and< commissions See those 5 and 10 I

Orange Grove I 19Z'old Thursday at 7.OO!) p. m. the United: States, the population shall *.
pertaining, to any of the officesnamed Cent LAWNS
; trees. Seventeen acres un- I not exceed ten thousand inhabitants. in this Act, for and on behalf of '. I I 1
der fence. One mile from EPISCOPAL.Kev. Class 1 B shall contain all counties j Stock of other Dress :
the connty to make report to the respective :
/ :" Ua\id D. Kidd wherein the population according to. .. '
city. Apply to rector.Services boards of county commissioners Goods, too- ,,
:" second and fourtlv'Sunr such census hall exceed ten thousand / \ ,
every -
HARRY W, THURMAN of the several counties in this state,
\ inhabitants and shall not exceed
a a : a. m. Iw'ntyfive -
i MWONE HOTEL. KISSIUMEE, FfeRIOt Communion 2nd thousand. quarterly at the regular meetings of .. ALL NEW AND FRESH

l J -Sunday at morning suc'i, boards January, April, July and
services, a' Class C shall contain all counties
Qctober of each year; which reports ---- --
Guild meeting first wherein the Population according to /
every Tuesday. | shall show all fees or other moneys due I II
JENKINS: & such census shall exceed twenty-five
J and the accrued in the "
| owing to county,
Conforming With the Ordinance.We thousand inhabitants, and shall not ex- -
OOD"AM1 respective offices, for the quarter fot, I W. DANN
ceed forty thousand.
) apply the water test in accord- I which such report is made. by whom 1
Class D shall contain all countieswherein .
to section Ifiof
ance the
City Ordinance such fees or other moneys if/.an'y, are ;
'. Surveying and I the population according to .
and guarantee our work in every respect due, the amounts collected from all THE STORE OfQUALITY" .,

placing the quality of material such census shall exceed forty thousand I sources: whatsoever and the1: amount of \
Drafting as the ordinance directs thus safeguarding inhabitants.Sec. money turned over and.d liVered to the SHOES; DRY GOODS :
the public from sewer gas. 2. That clerks of the .circuit
treasurer during such-quarter, with the
-- which breeds disease. courts sheriffs, tax assessors, tax collectors I[
The Pioneer Plumbing Shop I treasurer's jecejpl therefor. Should and FURNISHINGS
county treasurers and I I Ijudges :
, OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL 4-tf Office phone 214. Broadway.J. j any officer fad/-or refuse to make such
shall receive for their several' .
-- ----- -- --- - '
i report, as herein required it shall be ,
compensations as such officers salaries
KISSIMMEE.. FLA L. MOON H.. D. OEIOEK the dutvX>f the board of county com- .;
which shall be paid quarterly by the
I missipners to refuse to issue warrant o
counties. Such annual salaries shall bear ioooOOO4DOt1pCrGtlot: 000t XXXIOOC
MOON & GEIGER fo ip the salary of 'such officer, for the : -.
follows 1 C. A. CARSON J. A. CRANFORD. t., LUPP-ER.
.k : heNBakery;: Man: ., A T1)JtNB 5AT-IAW, In Class A counties'!, the clerk of tho' Quarter made until'for which the requirpments.oF''thisSection such report is''not I' PrMldent. Vloc-Prmldent.. S-.tal7 'j
Offlci; ;; _
f : 'St.t. Bank Bulliliita. circuit; court.shall 'receive, $1200; xtfie-
::) as to such report have. jn l all I ,
d;. KISSIMMEE. sheriff, $1200; the tax assessor lOOO; '
Takes this opportunity to thank _FLORIDA the* things been complied with. "
tax collector, $1000; Uiecounty ;
,,, the good people of this city for Dr. F. G. Thofnason treasurer, $600; and the county judge, Sec. 7. That in all counties where :
their liberal patronage and would 8750. / the work is so great that the above

p'' aleq take this means to say that In Class B counties the clerk of the named officials can not personally pe>-

.' our limited facilities for making PHYSICIAN and SURGEON circuit court shall receive $1800; the form all the duties of the office, the ,u R b. =1

i good. will prevent (for awhile) our Office Phones 74 and 3. '' Residence 126 sheriff $1800; the tax assessor $1200; board of county commissioners of such / oug 1 '

general delivery to all parts' of the ---- county shall Authorize and empower
:t i the tax collector $1-200; the county /
city. Quality and variety will be I treasurer, $750; and the( couhty judge them to employ l one or more deputiesor /
T. k[ PINE
/!/ft. !Al D LUMBER
} : r maintained always. Our nice $1000. assistants, the number and compen- .

I In Class C counties the clerk of the sation of whom shall be fixed by said

,HOT ROLLS apd BISCUITS PHYSICIAN AND.. SURGEON i circuit court shall receive $2400; tbe board of county commissioners in open

Also HOT BREAD session the record of which shall ( ...
appear -
Office sheriff $2400 the tax
over Osceola Pharmacy ; assessor $1500; IF
1 upon the minute of such board; HOUSE BILLS SPECIALTY !
the tax collector, $1500; the county
r ; ,. will be ready mornings and afternoons I PHONES t Residence 53 treasurer $1000 and the Provided, that ir..Class D counties the
: county judge
; I r and'a nice variety of PIES : I Office. 148 $1500.. chief clerk or deputy of such officer

:;r and CAKE-Parties and Wedding shall not more than $1600 ooooeoooocooooooooooooooooooooooooooockQUAKER
receive per
------ In Class D counties, the clerk of the .
;t M specialty circuit court shall receive $3000; the annum, and that the second chief, clerkor .

in such counties shall not receive
WZ.. WINN sheriff, $3000; the tax assessor, $1800 deputy

;"'.", A. SMITH the tax collector $1800; the county over $900 per annum, and that
PHYSICIAN ANL BURGEONfcauDBMca the remaining clerks or deputies so em- .
treasurer. $1200, the county judge>, e
OARLINQTON: AVBNUB. ployed shall not receive over' $720 per
K hONG 83. aueieaaeIli . $1500. i
,. _ Tn Class C counties \1y
n.J tics. Paomi 07. """ ..D4. annum; and that
!;.. Sec. 3. The compensation herein r
the chief clerk or deputies) shall not receive qr I
J i'i' CASHES ROACHPEPRER$ ; DR.) J. W. SIMPSON provided is hereby expressly declaredto over $1200 per annum; and that
i!< be full compensation and paymentfor
the remaining clerks or deputies shall.
IMS to
\ DENTIST. the performance of all official acts, '
seiwlw L twos not receive more than $720 per annum;
duties and services in civil and 'criminal
Upstairs. and in' Class B counties, that the chief
In Kali
.,....,A.1)Y Building.
matters, or otherwise, that are imposed
ao L a.Iw A.w MNw OFFICE IIOURS 1 ? a. m. 12 m. .clerk or deputies shall not receive over
hdM,. laws.M r. .s.M., : r 1.30 'K S upon such county officers by the lawsof ..
.. N ...G1) .M liol (.w to : P. m. $900 per annum, and such further
ati .a al S.. rw6Me, .M 4 r I Telephone No. 76 Jun I 6'ljr.iW. ) i this state, including all official acts,
,.. . if &Aha Xnot
4'' RF..n scows t.Wa. r.a p.yr clerks, or deputies, any, receive -
...., ,.... .
-a..e. d Pow. Pp o. duties and services, ex-officio or otherwise -
y cow sa.M7. G.. o.. pdoR.a..rrre.MwrwdR.y. more than $600 per anjrtiin.
../r x100Ma.YL. I W. CARSON: D. except that sheriffs as ex-officio
... .d R..W. .,ore D. S. Sec.::) 8. This Act shalr take effect 'bMI "
t I L1)l i 00 1.t rose. DENTAL PARLORS administrators of estates of deceased -
4: I.4 U e-fl&- -.rr nl.nded .. immediately upon Its .sage and approval -
't t ASHE DISINFECTANT CO I persons shall receive the same compensation -I /.
RIVERS BUILDINQ, by the Governor.The ,
Y iuiuuil .
+ V Ta..A. F .IIeA.y' OVER and be paid In the same manner
.. R..a-ASHE'S_RATSAULTn n y I PHARMACY as other administrators; and also that -- ---.' -- : '

.' OFFICE. HOURS j\I 8 TO TO 12 5 FMON.... they shall.receive She amount provided I 'Kissimmee Library: \k i
-- -
r I by law for feeding'prisoners! ; provided, .

IJ. that when sheriffs are required to go !!I The Kissimmee 'Library (offers to I its I -- I

( M. WJl. ..SON, JR., beyond the limits of their respective subscribers- a list of ovfr four hundred 'I' 4yT2'

NOTARY 1'UBI.IC. . counties in order to execute a criminal !| books by the best authors) any or all of I.
i "
L. MCCALILaISZ'E STATK AT LARGE. \ process of any character, in addition to which you have the privilege of reading I CITY'';tiOR ALL AGES I

':K:1as1xnrnee'sf. : : : the said fees herein provided shall receive for onlj -$2, which secures a single

,, f. 7e11 Driller Real Estate Agent. their actual expensesfncludingactual membership, or $5 for a family memI I "First Quality" Flour is the I
t I 1
1 KISSIMMEE. expense incurred iri conveying beryhip. Capt. French, the librarian :
FLORIDA world's
I. prepared to drill I card for I j greatest food. The I >,
prisoners, incurred in serving such pro- will issue you a membership -8 I

\'y ARTESIAN WELLS W. S. HARWELL cess beyond the limits of their respective | the above amou..t. Library in State "Quaker City" label-which

counties as aforesaid, which said Bank building. 8-tf
n !
1 in any section of "Florlda REAL ESTATE expenses shall be paid upon' proper'I -- .means First Quality" guaranteed I r.

voucher made by the sheriff, be- J
upon radiates
Florida Maps. 1 health '
I. Notary Public at Large and
1 of ing audited by the board of county
a Ten lear. successful Welli '
/ y Drilling ill a Guarantee of my over lloberson's Pharmacy ;commissioners. I Upon receipt Of 25 cents at the Valley j strength to every member of
i KlSSI ;
Ability to produce the best MEE. FLA. : Sec. 4. All fees coats
n w'f ---- ---- ---- ----- = Gazette office a pocket map of Florid$ j the family.
1'r: y results r. A. VAN AONKW s.. ,.CKAWrOBD,: perquisites, allowances and commissions will be mailed to any address in the

1"b now provided or hereafter to be provid- United States. We can also furnish ,;
fit 'i' 'TWO AND Fd'UR INCH AGNEW & CRAWFORD ed for such county officers and accru- ,I maps of Osceola county at tl each, and s i

!+ WELLS A SPECIALTY Attora.ys .at :t..cow ing from any source whatever, except will be glad to estimate on sectional maps ,QUAKER CITY FLOUR MILLS CO.

Vii' -N"ot..ry: : :I'ublicOalee. as provided in Section 3, are hereby de. I, of any ki PHILADELPHIA

f' 0. Box 84io6immee. I dared to be the property of the several j I ...$

.: /tuB Cltlieon flank Building ?. /counties, and each respective county Old iMV&papers for sale at .ths| >ffic*,
tsa, KISSIMMEE officer shall collect/ all fees !
i IrLORI A costa at/20 cent per 100. l

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? n Good 'Soil l Good Water, Good Health, ,Good ; ,


1 tome to Zephyrhills Colony,, Paseo. v.jol H.

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: -----ci- ; Yr""h.iis Another Remarkable Thing

Colon: y.i .. .

. abo t-4.his Colony everybody who bought before coining here is

I I .well pleased when he gees the land/ nv buy more after arrival ;
-i j 1e)located in.the hilly region of Pascoand Hillsborough Counties. The r More than Two Hundred families have come here from other 'r'

: railroad depot as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line railroad Colonies in this state and have bought here; and the most of them a '?

is 137,feet above sea level. Many ot the surrounding use have built and are well pleaded. Over l.OOO heads of familieshave ',.

to over 250 feet above sea level, and there is not a steep or abrupt bought here, 'representing; probably 5.000 people. There Is

hill anywhere.. The soil is a reddish yellow' chocolate colored no "Kickers Asso>:;:iatiQn">end the Colony is not on the defensive t 'J
loam. In places clay and rock out. No more .productive .
many crop against complaining Colonists. The Colonists are satisfied and

upla4soU'can be found in the.state Corn has. been known to yield contented. p,

1 over 40 bushels per acre; while.the/ common yield of potatoes is from. iephyrhills is a regular station on the main line of the Sea'

k Tomstoes board Air Line railroad. The station is still known as Abbott. All J

trains stop here and one may go from here into New York City ,

soil. It is the perfect soil for peaches plums and pears. ; excellent without change of cars. Only 38 miles by rail from Tampa,. where f

for oranges and grapefruit the Mallory S. S. from New York make regular weekly trips. Also -!!

No state lu the Union can boast of better water. The water- .Southern S. S. Tine from Philadelphia have docks and make ,

bearing rock is quartz; hence no impnrities in the water, -it ,/is found - - regular trips. Also steamer connection with Mobile and New Orleans ?

after passing through yellow or reddish clay and flint rock from 30 to There fs no' doubt but what this is the best Colony In the, .. .J;

l 80 feet, rising in the wells to within'15] to 30 feet of the surface. State in which to locate. ,' !... :

Not a trace of lime sulphur, salts or other mineral 'can be detected. ,
. You can buy a B-ocro tract of land and receive with It a town lot far $76 cash | or, for $82.SO Vy- .t
It has been analyzed. and pronounced "Pure Water. able S7.KO t ..t.h.and $R a month for 16 too*. No timber or turpeatine re*.rv tlo.* to shoo ;y ,;.

I ::1 oft your land. Title sound possession Immediate and absolute. '

\ __ _ .___ _ __ __ ....... _ 'to

'. H' Come and See for Yourself. If you cant come today\ . ', write Address :VI\j ...

*, 7Fa. 'Zephyrhills Colony Co., f

pr : Zephyrhills, JPasco County, Florida.Notice ,

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of Attachment. Mayor's Proclamation.'! Notice of Election. Notice To Contractors. WILL YOU LET 20 CENTS A DAY STAND '

In Circuit C urt.?Ib Judicial circuit of .' In compliance .with the law In .ncb.e..e. Bids will bn reCHivml hy the County Conrmi.dooererr -
i Under and virtue the vested lame
by power .
Otoeola uDI\-\'ary]' Vannler made and provided, I- la hereby announced .of Oceul'L'outt, at till ,CourtHouse '
and for I, T. N. Murphr,Mayor of KlailmmeaCity, BETWEEN YOU AND A HOME ?
and bu husband va Robert B W..IIacTo and declare and declared that an election will be held at In KiaHiiniuve City until Twelve o'clunkno" U .
do hereby proclaim
Florida annouaoe .
Robert B. Wallace, defendant and all otbeppetwont St. Cloud, Oeoeola county, Florida, on Saturday .., Monday. April :.kl, fora new County Jail : \
that an election will be held at the City .
Interested. In the above entitled April lal. 1911, for the purpose of determining Plan andjipeciflratioim, on filu in the Clerk'aoffice
I/ Hall In said City, during the legal hour of .
hereinafter daauribedi whether or not the following described r
land ft
cause or any uf' lb. voting, on Saturday,the Zilh day of March A: You can buy a l
territory hall become a. Special Tax.. School Bach bid must be accompanied by a certified.
( I D.)VII, for the of electing the following .' .1
.Mllllake notice that on the 2!>thl'.J of di.trlot, rid check of flTe per cent of the bid ..ubinittod.Bidden ; ., 'fl
\ ,, October You W10. suit w.ltlt..t.e\ .
td : B. W&llae..ln the Circuit Court ot the Mayor on the Meander line of Lake Eaat the entlr.Jgb.. I .' d ,.
Ouo Clerk T}direct line with Ml* will I > 3s -. :....:
7th Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Otceola I o Eanb bidder exhibit to the County Commlnsloner. -
County; In attachment by Mary Vannler and One Ode Tres Marshal-and.aver, Ta.Colleotor' alaalppl Avenue Town of 'St. Cloud, thence working ........18 of the locking devise
b..banelllenry Vannler; and that writ ofattachment following the Meander line westward to a point they propose to put in. the tool proof cell..
her .. also to serve a term of two J'ra.I I only
dated October :&!:, 1VIO.was leaned directly In line with Columbia Avenue of paid County CommUiiiolier. reserve the rlghMu. .
the ll.!
t Three Membw: of City ceunrI
Court under lb. seal 1 !I town,thence running south to the center of rejoct any and all bid..
l by the Clerk o4 lb. Circuit hereby apoolnt K M. Evans. F. W.Slalker 5 cent
K: I. LEBL.EY jer II
Court said Ottoue/ 111'.1 b."1\IlO, and un aeetlon 10, townahlp :20, range .80 east thence i
of paid on and H. N. Pfann .. Inapeotora add A. D UU-
12-1t Cbm. Board of Coulily Com.
of paid writ of attachment Ihave running cut to the center of Motion 12 town
der and by virtue bert aa clerk of meld dent Ion. "; simple Interest ,
/' i the follow'lug deacrlbc-l loU, ahlp 116, range SI ...1. thence running north to _. .
levied upon ------ ----
la witness whereof have hereunto eat my r
tract or parcel of land alluste lying and hand. Mayor of laid oity andeaueed the seal the point of atarttng. '$I

being in the County of Oeoeola, and Htatoof of aald city to be hereunto affixed ibis Mth dayof Very Reepeotfully. Order of PublicationIn '
1. O. Baird Return the principal at the rate of 17.50 per month on the (1,000giving I

Florida XAn undivided, to-wlt one-half IuL*rest: In aouth half February.,A. 1I.1vn.SII A. P. Klplloger.I. the Circuit Court Onceols County,.Florida you TEN AND A HALF YEARS to pay back UM loan. Can. I 4 I
f | | T..urpby. -In InveHtmenl Cum' .
... of Section twenty""even (:J7 southeast,, south" half cfuartor.of desIL' of Mayor KlMlmmee City. determine who. Huntainger.Andalno ahall serve. aa pauy,Chanoery a Corporation.Security Complainant va.Tbe payoff the loan,a* soon as you like. Stopping Further Interest. \ if',

( Ion twenty-eiirht (2H and Attest School Trnrteee of ..It district tot two yean Florida'Southern Railroad Company, a Corporation J '1
northeast quarter "
twenty-nine {1y1
Section |181 1J J. K.Gilbert Clerk. next after the and fix the number Frank aouth half of "Motion thirty-three (SS), 8ec.loallair1four election to plan help you to pay off that Mortgage or Bay or Build ..d''
of mills 01 ell.SrI'school tax to be laviad and Frank Q- Brown and all pernona claiming; an .
(114)! and northwenl quarter of Section I a Home. Why Pay Rent! Write us for literature explaining: : ourproposition \
collected annually for the said two The Interact the property described in this bill ;
._ ,flve ((35)), all In Township twentyfive Jean '
thirty in detaiL .
mouth of Bange th)rty..,ne(tl) Eaat. Notice of Application for Tax following were appointed to act a*old .leo- of complaint Delendanta. II II ySTANIOAR
((9b) .
... In- To the Florida Southern Railroad Company J
.required. to appear. to theldaot.loD HOB, e. O. Oox, ianpaotori A. H. Itll. ,
You are therefore the Rule Day In May, 1911) the Deed Under Sections 5141' epector;John H. DeOraw, Inspector; ]. O. Mop. Greeting: : ::: :: :c :FtOa2E::: : o o a-a: ap.A.3r3T' .I
..mebeingthe lit day of )(a1. Wll! and that I and 676 Gene'ral Statutes Mew, clerk.Done Thla cause coming on to be hoard upon the OURRY BUILOINQ., - TAMPA. FLORIDA ".
n1 will be entered by orderf tbe Board of Public In.truotlon .- motion of the complainant for an order of publication .
in default thereof Judgment I of the State of Florida. Oaoeola C ''unl,..ibis 4th day of March for service on thedefeudaat,The Florida - -- -
acalnatyouWltneaa hand and Baal this :mih day of Jannary. - ..-- nil E. 1:. Brown Ohm. Pro ten. Southern lullroad COmpany, a corporation 8ECBLTAZTrate i V.4* :.
my W.J.Bear*. perlnlendent. (8e.11\ under the law. of the Slate of Florida; and It C. A. CARSON, President 11. c. BBYAN, I iv|
A. D. Mil. CFPBBVATTSheriff Notice hereby given that W. J, Sear.,puts appearing that the Security Inveatment Company 'a" 1. '

County.> chaser of Tax CerUooatet No-Ml of Jul'-'15, J8IIII; the Complainant, "Instituted. snit and
or Oaceola No.*)0 of July S, 11101( and No. 10P of July 1, Citation of Administration. filed t o bill of complaint! In the Circuit. Court Waters & Carson :e J
Bena A Palmer. 1907. has filed raid Certlnoatea In my office,and of Otoeola County Florida, against The Florida
for Plaintiffs. I. Court of the Oonntr Judge State of Florid:
t Attorneys baR made application for tax: dead to laane In Southern Railroad Company a corporation
XaUte of !Stella! O.Wright. Uaeeola County,
accordance .with law Said Certificate .....- Frank Q. Drown Tru.teeTrank Q. Brown and '
NOTICE. "..... tha following described land lying and Notice to Creditor: all persons claiming an iutere.t In the property
AU aavina debla or demanda against
being Oaoeola County, Florida South half peraona In the said bUlofcompl.lntd8oorlbed. the Grocery CompanyWholesale '
.. la hereby given that at the aenalon of The XaUte of Stella! O,Wright deceased l..n '
Notice of Borthvaat quarter of Section 2S and Booth- namea and reeldaucea of whom are to the complainant -
of Florida In and to the duly authenticated
of the hereby required preeeot earns
the Leglrfature
a west quarter of northeast quarter ot Section 28, unknown for the piirpoae of removing :
application will be within the time required by law, ro'
for 1911. .t Tallabaneee. Townihlp K South Range 28 Kaak Alao Lot 4, the cloud upon the title of the complain.I and Retail Dealers in- .
a made for the p..aatl of a law for creating and of Blook < of 8. r. 87.00... ....J of Klsdmnee and all pereona' Indebted te add Estate are required ant to the landa daaorlbad In. the Bald bill) and
.. 1f. eetabllahlng a drainage dletrlct In and for the City;*rid landa being aaaeaaad at date ofluuaooe to make immediate payment to appearing further that a subpoena we duly I '
valley of the upper' Bt Johnu piver. embracing of old oertlnoatee la name of H,N.Groenelde A. K. DROUGHT.Admlniatraaor imued out of the lala Court directed to the de QROCERIE8WE ;
Brevard,Oaoeola, Eatate of BUlla O. Wright De
portlona of Voluala Orange Dnkaown, and Belle Stone re- I fondant, The Florida Uoulbera Railroad Company -
Florida and providing owed 9-tf
and Bt. Lucie Ooimtlen. epeotivelf.Cnleea aa prayed slid bill and that the paid
l lands of the na4drainage .
for laming of bonde fapon the aaid cartllcalea shall be redeemed according subpoena was placod the hands of the Hherlff -

T diatrlct for Iho aald purposes to law tax deed will taaae thereon on r' Notice of Publication. of aald Oaeoola County, and by said Sheriff returned }
_ o.ut >V' A. Beaaly and Aeaoclatea.Administrator's the and day of April, A. D. 111. hecaune the same could not be.........., SELL WE
(Seal] ARTHUR B. IKNKQAJJ.Clerk Department of the Interior U. Office atQalneavUlf owing to the failure of the Maid corporation to BUY., J'"
) Florida March 6, 1(11.Notioe I
Circuit Court Oioeola County.By elect any offloera or appoint any sgeul.and .
Notice James U.Johnston, Depnty. la hereby liven that George W. Fertloof further because the only known offlrar. and HAY --

Natlce !. hereby given 10 creditor, legate, Whittier, Florida. who, on September 20, agents of the mid corporation have. been absent HIDES

dtatrlbutee. and all pereone. ba..lofl.'ilB1nu .,1008, made Homestead Entry No. 87201 Serial from the Stale of Florida for more than GRAIN .,.
demand against the .....te of J. (f;l>lne d. No. 042x2.) for Southeast quarter aeotlon K!, alx (0)) month. toutiououiily. before the linulngof FURS
ceased, late of OnceuU county,, will\ pi'e.eDllbe Notice. townahlp 31 south range 84 east, TallahaiioeMerMIan. the aald wri4Wherefore FERTILIZERS

within two year properly authenticated. Notice la hereby given that the onderalgned bas filed notice of Intention to make .. it I. hereby ordered., adjudgedand WOOL
Mme.eI.U peraon. ludebl"d U. ..V1 estate". will will apply to the \Legl'latnre of Florida to final. commutation proof to eel abliah claim to decreeil that the mid The Florida Honth I SHINGLES; i

make Imme4I." payment ViJAB. convene tn Tallahaime tn April of this jre'ar, the land above described before the Clerk of ern Railroad, a corporation oricaiileed and ex-. AND
,F 1.. DUTTON lor the passage of an act prohibiting nahlng In'tb the Circuit Court at Klaalmmee, Florida.' on l.tlng undir Ore! lawn of the State! of Florida ORANGE BOXES

Admlulatrator. E.t.te'; of J. C. D"' .. Ueceased. ...Iere ofoioeola county during tha ..onb.or the 20th day of April 1.11. be and It DI hereby required' to appear to the ALL 1 1t
;, 8t-Cloudl'la..Jau.W: A B.1911! W* February. March July and Aua-aat of any Claimant name aa wltneeiei: Noah Smith, Mid bill of (complaint of Ibo SwurllT Inveflt- ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE

r-.. --- - ----- year with any aelne or net, or 1 by ahooti... gigging of Whittler, Florida< John Smith, of WhllUer, went Company and defend tbe acid suit of Ihecomplalo. ,
Notice.All or ..lib..., other deiice; also" prohibiting Florida, W. Q. McClelland, of Whittler Florida ." -, at the office of Inn Clerk of I.e: CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE
Admnistfator'a fleblng during the other month of the year John Owene,of Whittier, Florida Circuit Cou of ... <1 Oweola (ounly Florida, '
credltow. l gal.ea.. dtatrlbuter.. and allpwaona with a seine lam than four and a half Inch Henry 8. Chubb. Readier at KlulmnuM, Florida on Monday, the hid! day CRATE NAILS y''

having claima or demand agaln.t the me..h .tretched, except: the pocket and wings of June A. U. 101 I. and that this order be pub y,
I *L eatate of Catherine A. Btnrtevant d. seaae
late of Osceola Co Fla, are required present. fin feet In length( al""o requiring a llnecaeof, month prior \1'the old 6lh d"yof June A. D. *
authenticated A brand new four room bungalow, We sell field and. garden seeds of all kinds.
i * Iweutj-flfe dollar torah with a aeine from 1K11, |In the Klralmm Valley Uaiette. a weeklynewapaper
law, or aame deep well, splendid water, large lot, We give special attention to out and camping t
I within the time preicrlbeiJ by residents of the county,and fifty dollars from -'eaah 800. of general circulation !puMlnhvd lu fitting
,wll be barred; and all owing aald estate arereantred mm-realdeots oV the county and exemptingLakea 40-tf for gale; ipot C. A. CARSON.Old paid. OaeeoU County. Florida. parties. '

to make lmy0edlate.ettlnmeot. Tobopetallga and Est Tohopekallgaftom Done and ordered at Miami. In the County of Free i in city limits. Phone No. 12. 4
r- Car.on. '' of Florida, thin the llth of ;
f N;B lb.prOTlllbre of aaldlaot. Dade, and State day
Admlnlatratoriatate Catherine 'A Btnriw.ftlarch , 0, 8"AORKB.Klaalmmee. paper for sale at this office Much A..D. Mil We are co agents for good fertilizers Askl us for circular rk

,, 7-et .Fla., Feb..IB, iktl.! MktI 29 eenta a hundred. 1S-U MINOR B.. J(,>N E8.Judie.I and prices on fertilizers. I
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'The I Proceedings of. W. G. HANKINS '

i 1 .f SURPRISE k the School Board ROSS GRAVES I

1 Call and see my line Broker and Manufacturers f 1
J i8simmee..Fa..rMar.) ; 7, 1911. ..Kissimmee-,- 'F'l rida..:
: WHITE GOODSEMBROIDERIES ',' Thct Board of Public Instruction met In -' '
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STORE **- Show Cases. Futures, Safes,
.1t . I regular session; 'there being present,
i I W, C. Baas, chairman; E. E.: Brown Typewriters: ? I'AlNlTSOILS'! .l...ENC+ WIRE.AND.: STOVE'S
I :MRS. E. L. PEARCE I LACES, ETt and W. W. Chandler; also W." J, Sear"! Computing: Scales: : and Off fee. I i. '

I \ M 1. t ... superintendent.. ', -. 'ilin61 Devices. . AN' > THEM A T"' EXTREMELY, W.P ft I C KB '. tr

1f 1\\\\ \ 'Bcamtin I 'Building' ,: .i ."., Minutes of last regular .session were -,*"* J\L .... .
; read and approved. '
r .. \ . B. C. Miller, county treasurer, reported Lewis IFpchurch] Co., .7 ;'a'
as follows: i 9
--- ; \Vliol olf Grocers ] and Grain .5
To the Honorable lioanl. of'Public In- and

struftion in and for for ()"c<'Ola Co. : .. v
t ; iuNH IINbAN & CO., Packing House Products "
: COIKHI fake
1 For that'. LIXn I herewith tender mv PQrt8lt.treas. .
\ Irl'f ..&.,11..11... Tour Mm touredTAILORING ) Keeping It UpT .'
.. urerof Owceola county, for the monthof .

,. .t. N4l'S' WINTER COUGH SYRUP 1 February, A. D., 1 III$!) : No man can keep up with$CI. (

""""..0""". HC'iooi. ruNu! game yn1ess1e\ has- his machine ,
\ Tu....I......, from IMNI r."purl tI.I"' 7* little while by t ,
4 looked over, every .
('Cui.laiiiM\ ,\ IIi Morphine or Opium) Coiiipoiind. To Maul reed Iron!' Couip-Alig rwJelupt Z 4". machinest who knows I
) To.,U' r...'.l from ('..Ulp lal com "m'U f.j.. W 41:? an' expert
Ih'lhn"C4! NormWHH ami lrrltattoii.Ilealslhtlauued''issues. . To "",1.. recd from. Tax Cut.. tat. .*.771 the structure and' 'mechanism of \\i
"u nut, ren-lvfil floiu Tjlx Oil |IsdlN l.'O'i"> the standard car from A to Z. "
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I :2f> slid tuft sizes. Jlv paul warrant, a.. |.JT it.l '. S'.UIII.l.4 7 ..t':!!. li ss art few 'hl.eve, but Expert Service ';1: ,

\ 'lv 1..1. I.WIm'HOOI. .4; Why not cbnsult us on your repair ,
DRUG CO. .fltlB'lllAT. NO. '.'. ANDERSON BYNUM and I ) I
K SSIMMEE jobs overhauling/ adjusting
10 bal. 'Irom last. r. |.orl ... **!f 31 '.
,, work? We have! .
'1'1..1 fruit (UK fillt+;a.r 5 Klty n'IfU"UTOIlo AvE. general
I and we > ''
1 .a reputationto keep up.
Iwlmicti, j I.1 I; Excel All Otters la KissijnijiineeAlx /guarantee to please you \]
\\T tiy paid tarrnnle.eprrIt., I.. 10' .4. th'.MEMf ';

lly balance l m ""OL ii's-iurr.: r. .'.'''. y.I'o 1. lu 17 Cleaning.. Dyeing, Retiring G1; 1ff11 '1 G'E-1.1-a.f :>:e :4 rM1tr H

EVERY CCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES but! from lad reIwrl-------' til -H-
To unit rtM'olvtHl from tax ,'olll'Olu' 14 V4Bjr
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BY SAVING MONEY 3y paid u arrAtitH ai |I..r hal. '. I,
By ....h..p. .:!I. li4U.H1X1L '>
': De you\wal\ to bt? BurceHHful?! Start saving now. Put )'uur-money in HI U ..I..T. "... 4. Bargains '
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1 Tu lialnnct1 front. IL'reH'r r. p> 'oN. B-ASS-- -- --
4 To .unit rtwivml from tax rollHOlur .t..
:: TIE G IZENi BANK OF KISSIMMEE In all kinds of f Real Estate. I I .'

I II y .h.lnnoe 'i.. Fire and L-fe Insurance and I

r ". \ W I live more Savings Accounts than-urly other HunK i0c i -. By lty""I.u.Laid| I "'."-.r8.....>.a pet \list .". Armour's Fertilisers. Renting I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I j

(' la-County. and Collecting Rents a
B. C. Miller County Treasurer.
i \ A S ings Bank loaned FKKK. If you havtvi't procurtnlJo Specralty. Taxes paid forNonresidentsr
one xo at once Warrants in the sum of $1512.35were v Does General Contracting/ and Building and Furnishes. Esti- t

examined and cancelled in open| mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether

+ TN\'It\ E UONBOAM. Pmldent .. W. H. NORTON. CaehlrZrtA : session as follows: Nos. 72, 79, 92, 97 i R- O. MEE it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. ''J

98, !/9/ 1K() >, 101, 102 110 113.: 114 US.

119. 120 121, 124 12<;, 127 128, 129, Kissitnmee. Flu. Make-s'. Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS

\ = 133: 1UG: 139\,, 142 14:1.:{ 14 ', .14\1.!) l.r>2, In which he has met with the greatest success

1f'l.; 154, l.r>T), 1:34i.: I of any man in FloridJo.! _

Bills were approved and warrants issued I

;:.1-i IW H. ARNOLD as follows: GUY PLATT JOHNSON {i Give him your work and it !(. Fla. It.i .
lsslnlmee ,
W .1 beam,, J ills no) will be well and quickly dqne. ,
N U liana uieu .board I UI'i iW Hi .K Muss tug. UkHiod. Fit. I r ri
', J e ontractor and Builder . w (MmiuiT./iiitiii] board :v 1 tai< {j
t .K: K: Brown, lo ui board > II>u) i
c 11 Miller\ oom Iron 2* IMVallty ARCHITECT
EtT1M 1=,rRN/BMCO: ,
PL Nti ANCI ATC: ::! .
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.TION printing 00K
I M Bva<0i, teRch sal uo 1 ''I. 1MMKI ++4-++4-+++++++++++++4-I++f++++++14'++'f+4"D++++++++++.g.4 I ,
Mini) Jrluinna Loituer, ml uo I tq" ill, for All Classes ol +
work Designs Buildings
;I' 1 arantt"e my wht'll- completed 19 I.wju"t Mr /:A A HlmpHOn, Hal. nU 1 m; 'uuKH i i
811 contracted for. (. !Sadie llamrlok. lal ..ul 'NI< eUMIS. ) THE CASH STORE
i r Emma Kutrh,gal no I M III |l
0. ,,1107 IRedd.nee Upper &Nd.qKISSIMMEE Min suite Uboliton" Hal uo I M). (HI) .
f I ; I Mine Alblua Smith, ..1110 I .. Ml uu ;
FLORIDA 11 First Door North of stoftlce C
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i 37-3mpd mo.C.
.' Mugs Edna McKeuzlc. sal] uo I Ml (00) ,
Mla" Mary Brjau eat no I -------.0 (UUMl .
Florrle O" no 1 .r>0 uu I r
1 Miss Emma Yowell, .al, no I '-0() (HI) W. Griffin It There you wilt find SHOES, IIATS"4
Mini" Mamfe Woodall sal no 1 40 (UUUedora )

../.... F .............. Chas M H. Uelkuap Rua Hal'ell nu.If aal. no M! 40 40 00 IV i DRY GOODS AND NOTioNS, I) .ol best t:1 t-

1 Mlm Rosa Kovero aal no 14 II.: ', 00 F FAMILY Groceries
quality and lowest
t'' Z EMIL MACH '. ERNE MACH FB lI&rveyialno |Ii; .. 40 ou I ::1/: prices.

3; 'I 1 AatlSta.4..d .II Co.'r Katherine Bhadoau., Hal uo 4V\ .ITi UUL

LLJord.u.lno L 4tf.. .. .. Z'i OU -ANDFR13SH ---- ;' Before f. '
;'. Hii 1 .ACJE BR : ; : I .Galt Buying.Hlsewh l re -
'r Z M O Henderson,Hal oo:20.-. ... ....... 40 00 .
.. Pearl Smith ulnoZO ..,?,d..... :.VI 00 MEATS ef .

*-Liver \ Fged and' Sale St a e:-1 MlwNellfeW.ho.beesai If lai Magr 'le Alderman Hat I cr uo ai 35''VP....''....' ..J&JIO 411,110M" ' -- .f+++++++-+- ++++.+' +++++++++ +++ +++'f.+++ I..t++++++...l

(\ : ; Delivery Every Day at Any Hour '
1 "' RbM Pherlgo. wl natMKg! "', % 00 -
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,Agt ,{ntertiational Harvesting '. Mrs. J H 8telf.... ..1'1to.4'\"i'M\" { :'-'- 0Mian Patronage Solicited'. \ -1
: Mary no 6..........::. 40 UOMian "" :
North Klallmme Phone N6.. 8
.f'..T."T.. eras; :: .I3E. aVY 't7LJt-rG.: +. : Nettle Hodge, sal no 12 .... 113 l 0Mlu
Nettle Bodicea. no 12(pub 2) .. -16 00 '
r ( .. 10 . :0 The RULL BASS MARKET
Muss Hattle Leech no uo
Everything new and first class. We render prompt and ,
f 1118.| Delia\ Leech, aal 1(010.( 4.> 00
satisfactory service day or night. Ulaa".OD. eal I uo 16----- 4S 00 Sprigg FlemingCLEANING

S H,J. Tharp. . .. 410 Bearden Building One Block from Depot "
jf' ; I ONE,'HALF! BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOTKissimmeeV Standard OU Co.. gaaolln 7 'St
I. Wat A Car Ore Co floor Meaner .. 0 00
:: Fla. Phone 113 : Wm Steward labor at 8t Cloud.. .. .. e I Ml PRESSING < Fresh Florida of all kinds.

Mr Cooley, lan.1 8t Cloud 2 mo .,.., 24 to .ME.ATS
f 9-: ...... ... ............... M X.I.s. KippUea. . ,.... .. lilt DYEING ."d find Western JIo .JIO .;t& i

Irajratone Auto Co. .,.,. .. 756 REPAIRINGLeavo
L L Jorday aal teach no 40 (sib 2)). .... itt: 00 POUL TRY. EGGS FRESH FISH
Valley Oaaette, print noUcea .. IS 8U
word at house and cloth/
..' G A Sheffield, labor sob J. .-- - 800 will be called my lor sod returned. Special.i111enlioll. 10 Phone Orders and Free '>wVelivery
t W J Seam, eipreaa booka. 1 60
) Mlaa Nlut LoTelaoe. aal no I I. . GO 00 --- 10 any par! of the Ctly. T2 oneJ89y .

e k : A petition having been filed J>y the Satisfaction, Guarantees I rr I If

{ : Oseeola Lumber cititena of Stl Cloud asking that the i itt

district, aa named in said petition a* ''I
.r / follows: Beginning at the northeast 'IJ J

i: ; ., I corner at v point on the meander line
: -Company
31: 1 of lake East Tohopekaliga said pointto

;f be on a direct line'with Mississippi r .../ F ',

'. 'ft.:" (---DEALQRS IN- avenue, of the town of St. Cloud '',
jl thence westward U) a point directly in

kF : in fine with Columbia, avenue of. said it,
Rough and Dressed Lumber
: : town thence running south to the cen-

:J .. ter of section 10, township 26, range 30eut. Ri ht tend
iiIjv' rt--; ,...,....t thence running north to the pointof :

;, ;-, WINDOWS, DOORS starting be made a sub-school district. .

J,; The Board having examined v . i
aid and that it had
1. 4 petition, finding < '
Bs t the required number citizens' names N

NOVELTY WORKS directed the superintendent to call an .

election for said !St.:! Cloud sub school Prices ..-

GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL district No.1.1 said election to be held ,r"

Saturday April 15, A. D., 1911 fox the
''"". \ purpose of deciding whether the description ;

I' h > j' Free Delivry to All Parts of City .;t& .;t& above should be the sub school J

: district, for the purpose of electing t .

r ; T trustees for the next two year and to That's-just what we June here.

: :: .- place the millage for the next two ,
:: years. The Board appointed C. C.: 'Then
v: 'Yp couple, right prices) with, right material,

.................................N.NNYNN.N. Cox and A. It. Kinney end John H,
DeGrow Inspectors, and J. O. McNew and you have a combination worth knowing about.
,: t i' WHAT IT MEANS i
clerk"of said election. 1 '
/ Come in and let us show tfiat have '
yon we just
? I Many people. do not know wb.a Bauk'i(.'.pllall.1 l fore or Lbs diR.r......I beii = There being no further business..the what
Iw..0 a.back of littla or no capital and ou. with a 1 larg oapllal.. _
Board until the next claim viz
( I = adjourned. regular < we : biggest val.neli in town.OSCEOLA . ,
(b. road that prolou' thv deponllun from IOM, therefore th. l 1arl.r It U ttyraatcr >. = meeting. .. r .:.,,r.
: rouioUon the dopoaUora b...... ThU bank b..a i W. J. Sears, Supt. "
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J' Capital .$<0.000 MlHorpliu f W. C. Baas, Chairm. y'
e toad o( .. .. ...... : &JMQ oo = ,
i/; y ,. : 8tuokbuld llaallilr .'. OO.UM): ) uo ---- ----

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wfV; ID.....that w* wwo& I...gl1Stxq.0U "beFore.Our de po".... oould 1.... a Owners of. launches and others wil HARDWARE CO.
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1 l_>: t''f ,'' -' cant. Tot prataotiou l> fur YOU. kindly take notice that Paradise Island

; '- "" STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE s is not a public park, nor is it a public S. L. LUPFER, Manager
: picnic ground!: neither is it for public .
I sate Therefore in future not
1 I 0 's- ,* KI_eaIM....&.. FLOl.I,g...... .invited. guest will be considered anyone a .' .

1 a. A. OAWONfrcaldeot "BN" U. LKB M. s. CARBON) ; trespasser. and will be accommodated
%J t Vio.-Prwldent Cuhla* :: exactly. the law prescribe
12-2t -F. Vans.Agnew. #
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.wI o.M 1J ,'If 4 'dr{ !MF, : +wM .d 4 t :c14 ,1'i1vJ ,k .
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'was referred back to him on account of, .... Y
Proceedings 'of (the '., "
irregularity in the. execution of 'lame.

M!. S. J. Triplett appeared before<

r( County CommissionersKiaeimmee the board{ representing; the Board of H. G.( STANFORD COMPANY

.. I Trade, and called its" attention'' to the '

importance of ;.improving tJ)'e'ioad extending

The Citrus Southern RailwayCompany ," Fla., Mar. S, 1911. from Kissimmee toward the Carrie. ,.Co>iplt. a Live of .*

i l "* .*.. The Board of County Commissionersmet Polk county line. He atated that a

:' In' regular session on the above great: deal of complaint had been made DRY GOODS, NOTIONSPIJRNiSHiNGS ..

: 1 date, there being present E. L. Lesley, on account of the',rondition: of the road .

.. sHt: I., "Y 'f chairman; E. L. D.- Overstreet, W. S. from Campbell Station to Winter Ha- '- ff"

Now" lay ing-.out a'traction road to connect.. Pearce A.'F. Baas and O. R. Bass yen,' mOlt of which, however, is in ''iI

commissioners; P. A, Vans Agnew, attorney Polk county; and that it:was resultingin SHOES' and .CLOTHiNG $
Kusimmee Orlando and Sanford U desirous of in. for the board, and ArthiJr' E. travel being 'diverted to the west R

teresting financially every property'owner::, and ,Donegan clerk. L ., coast. to the disadvantage of this ..M car b.rorrdIiilrisii 1 Florid* .'. !..'
The. minutes ot last meeting were county. He said he hoped that the ," KlMlUkb.*, o .
citizen near these points,.believine 'that a greater board would \ .
read and approved. not- only repair their Portion - I t'f,

y .number of resident'inv tor. will l proportionately The following bills were examined, o//( the'road, but would! use their AS CHEAP AS ANY! "t.

z, increase the benefits,to themselves, -the Company approved and warrants ordered draw(jit : 'influence with the Polk county board HOUSE IN AMERICA {.
lo make the
connecting link. ,
'' L. Leiler, comr ...... ... .J 40O .. "ftf;
and the entire community. The board instructed the chairman
by ti Arthur E Donegan.clerk and and . 57 00 f

The capital stock of the Company is made up 1*A Van Agnew, total set vice .. ., .. i'20 14B1'D clerk and sheriff to go over the plan of .. ; :.
Oventrfot,com and mil 100\ the jail erected by the Pauly Jail Build- '
I of five thousand shares of the value! of one A F Baaa, com and mil.) . .. . .. 100 ing irt DeLand such I '
w par Company making *
*"" 4 O It and mil .. 18 00 H. C. :)
k" hundred dollars eath, from which the road is to !rebuilt W 8 Pearce,com and mil. .t.... ... 20 00' alterations as they saw fit and advertise .STANFORD COMPANY .

C F Pr.v.u car.]all....... . .. 12 60 for bids for the erection of sam \
without issuing bonds or mortgages. J E Bam, $Jaultor . ... KM Pistol bond ot Jessie McNeal was refused Kissimttiee, Florida \ 5", '1

of'stock Kiss Tel Co, rent phone. . .. 2 Wi on account of insufficient bond. __ .
Ten monthly'payments.on account U O Miller,coins at trrta .. .. .. )08 SO
. Hon. C. L. Bandy tax collector, ap- ...
with the incorporation 'C C Dandy,comianttx col. 38 98CWDaDn.lod."paup"r
subscriptions accepted beginning ......, Ion peared before the board and asked --- ." - - :

of the Company. M D TlndaH.road work A:lumbcr.brldge IS: OS that*they recommend to the comptroller -
i C V PrfT tt.coKti lunacy"'oane .. It 8ftO / the extension of for the ;
thirty days
': An official of the Company will gladly call on ." I'urker rdtit* lunacy eane .... 4 00
Till River. cairn lunatlc"WHUam' 2 00 payment of taxes, to which the board SPRING STYLES NOW IN '

intending customers M J hick, exam luaatio WilllamH . 2 VOC agreed.The ,
))1 K Finnkllb, witneni lunacy: exam ... 1 Subscriptions in any amount are invited at the R I. Kvnrm, road work .... 17 8!'> wastaken for AND THEY ARE THE NEWEST -t
county physician up con ___ _, _. _
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!1 and J J Dann rrpttn road outfit .. 10llOW =:.0. '-" -=
F principal office of the Company, Church street sideration, but no action wan taken at
A hton, roll road :317r.<<
( pay Just like those being shown in large cities. We have added to
.. this meeting. our
1 Orange avenue Orlando, Florida, and for the cones W H l\t..kloIlOIICO. road mippllua 21 7OObefola
lid w Co, road HiipplteM .. .8 ftOxeoln :; Chairman Lesley reported some cases already strong line of CHILDREN'S SHOES .

; venience of persons in the vicinity of Kissimmee, Hdw Co. hid,,, C II\ and Jail ::1400 of suffering people who needed aid, THE RED GOOSE SCHOOL SHOt: ,! :
W &C U ro Co. mule Xi will be received until further notice at the which had been reported to him, and hewas /.
0.1.! Journal envvlop and sill) :2!tllill l (
C W Itann. m'lHe. pauprr' ':1! 25 authorized to take such steps as L

JV SI HUT. hauling pine .(raw HI (X.) he thought best looking to their relief. SPECIAL No.3.

T State 'Bank of Kissimmee Marion T'BTrnn; 1m''LJ,... Thure-being no further,'l> .J.he .
W T Arnold, OxIiiK lirldtte bI0\ 1I. > in Boys' Patent poll Oxford, ixes -2 1-2 to 5. 'Rei'ul&r-priee-$ .50. .
X .. board adjourned to meet again regular
I II IMKmm. dill.. trade of roHlt"H. . > U4t
ill'liner. rood ,...rk' I Ml I session. .. SPECIAL, $2.48 SEE WINDOW. ,;
II te W II I0-". iiKlM-' rtbl.onK. bii'n" I II I II' E. L. Lesley Chairman. .
"No trouble to show gooda. We service.
NntloiiHl" Office Supply "Co fillli.< sop| 'l.'l:" i..0KI. Arthur K. Donegan, Clerk.WINDERMERE. unsure you up-to-date '" I
IFS Cater 6u7rtle. "rlUtlug 4.:I roOI
11 H IX1-- lNl.lifor' O II l H. ','> L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. .
I W II MHkinHon ('u, roptiin pump 175 1 i
\\ & i Uro Co. tnilii(' II and Jail) I 11 I 'rfl ;r
"I i < Inuil 'I I rilmm-, ml 60 "0.I S, I ,"

.1 .K Illiiuni.. ni\i" Happenings ;
i KELLEyfS KELLEY'S KEI I EY'S < lunik, li.l on wnrrantl )) 1'1!

-tunKiink.. 'nit on WHrmntNu\ : K .ixiMiwrti Most Picturesque Place. Pick These Plums '
linilnll. rood! uorll I.' 4 ,iti.riiihHiik.. lees on l.ymli flriift .2 iiO The dance given at the Windermere
ONE POST CARD FREE r A \\ < rtsl>, uui't' J' F arid; tore |>aup
!'nid! warrants were ordered cancelled reports an enjoyable time. I- The Better We It.
Like .
% a with every pound candy from the various funds in the following Mr. and Mrs, John Wells visited a ..

amounts : few days at the J. C. Palmer home. --
(00 This Handsome Plorlda:Bungalow Hero Is. Fine Drove of Fine I j
General'revenue' . $ 1V3G 25 Mrs. J. J. Griffin and children of Kiasimmee. -
i One letter of the word "K ELI.E) 'S" on every Will/ Pay You Seven Pep Cent Healthy Big Trees Right on the
the week end at the homeof
Fine and forfeiture 1396 (06 spent '
Card. When you get the word "KELI.EY'S" i Railroad-bounty Clay Road arid
i Fruit Road - . . .3251 19 Mr. S. S. Griffin. on your investment Just around thecorner Next Door to M. Cloud, t
made up, by presenting them! to the City
the WimJerm Improvement from the busy business cen- :
Tuesday -
Store will recede one pound of Red Band The treasurer filed his report showingthe i Orange grove of magnificent trees-
you ter of Kiasimmeethe lot alone
f Co. gave a picnic in honor of Mr. j big crop just sold. 12 acres located On
.1 DrllmlCandy FREE! A preltyGirlonevery card.w m following; balances in the various and-Mrs. John Wells, who will .returnto worth a neat sum. This handsome | crest of ridge giving fine view of prairie (
k' funds : Florida stone bungalow !is cleverly and Lake Tohopekaliga. On clay surI -
w General revenue . .. . . . $ 644 23 their Northern home shortly. Other planned-stone pillars, steps etc. Elegant -I I faced boulevard within two miles of
Fine and forfeiture 914 67 out of town guests were Mr. Loomis interior finish of 'hard pine, polIshed -I St.. Cloud. Beautiful site Florida win-
Niemeyer & Wiley floors, art fireplaces-sanitary ter residence -
School.. . .._.. . . .- . . 1001 97 and Mr. Wagner. plumbing-roofed with asbestos shingles ot country gentleman.
s ", I UJS4Aa'I Road . . . . . . 730 03 J. J. Griffin Mr. Armstrong, J. W! which are absolutely fireproof and Indestructible Price $8,000.

" Special. . . 1525 29 Miller and Mr. Shock drove up frtfmKissimmee and will last a life time.A Hero Are Wand 20 Acre Farms*
I1M sAa"a: S4AaT1aMSixteenThousand'Acres: of beautiful Florida home or will rent Some' Within Stone's' .'
and Throw
spent a couple days a of. +
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Convict leWH . . . 21660
Lake Butler. at more than seven per cent on the low the Llvest City In Florida and at
.: S S. D. :No. 2 . 90 17 fishing in They report a price of . $;JOOO One-Fourth the PrlceOthers Ask 1
u S. S. D. No. 3 326 16 good i

S. S, D. No.4. . . . S 65 The Windermere school had an increase IIere. la Another Bran New Florida within Kissimmee one and Suburban three-quarter Farms miles some of 4
scholars this week.
of two
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; town- 3,600 people as neighbors-
$ 6453,77 Mr. Moore has put down a well forJ. Located right on the comer of a fine schools, churches markets, electric R

The tax collector's report showed the C. Palmer and one for; P. R. Jones business lot and within one block of the light, telephone) etc. Why leave comforts -
following balances to be collected : this week. business center of Kissimmee. There i and pleasures of civilization and
,. '' go out into the woods when we will
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Revenue , :. ", .".'. , ..-. .$ 9953.26 U a business demand for this lot right sell you one of these suburban,, farms

\ =OF= U County echool.I) ';,L ..! . .'. 1403958 Numerous How a experiment,Dying Man made Feels.In hospitals -_ be now.erected Handsome right next business to it building at at a lower' price. Best bargain ,.in un ; ''

County road ., ..','A,.",. ,', ,.. . 11943 93 and heroic scientists who business cannot go the other way as developed lands on the market-we-

\sIUCK Special,(... ,,.:.VVV;: '; ;.. :iI; ., 3981-31 have-permitted) upon tests to be made upon i I Main street ends that way.: Here is a the challenge price. its 10 equal and 20 in acre Florida tracts at at twice$25

HAMMOCK PRAIRIE and TIMBER LAND S. S. D. No. 2. .. ..: ., . . .. 146 49 themselves right down to the momentof i sure to profit within who wants one year fine from modern date? an acre on terms payable to '
one a
any .
S. S. D. No.3. . . . ._.. 668 41 death warrant these conclusions: home the meantime. Rent
Have a Town House in the ,."
\ Including the Famous Southport S. SD.. No. 4 717 42 That" a dying man may be burned withredhot quick at $25 a month-big demand for a Perennial border for Countryand Profit -
Irons and not feel l the least houses in KIs immee. This Is built '
Tax collector's of license and Pass the
report Days m the ...:,
ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT GROVES showed J $25 collected. pain: that consciousness! may remainIn just like the bungalow described above Most Gentle. Climate In the a'
tbe dying almost to the moment of but is directly on Main street SNAP World. '
Tax collector's report of poll 'tax actual dissolution, but that most people at..., ... . .' ,,, .. ." . . . ..$3.BOO ,
showed $120 collected. I generally lose the power, of thought PEGHORN-famed St. Cloud suburban
A UandV Little Farm, Fenced and garden farms.-On clayboulevard when
FOR SALE Mr. Howard S. Hanes be-
appeared )long before death; that In cases of you can have semi-town. and country 'ti
: fore the board, representing the Roan- death where there seems to be extreme in Cultivation at the Priceof Undeveloped home. Just the thing for retired bust
Y oke'BndJle: Co., and stated to the board suffering, with writhing and spasms Land to Say Nothing of ness people, middle aged homeseekera 7/

Together with entire stock of Cattle ahd Horses of the Lee-Pa that he understood they had under con- inch phenomena are generally due to the House to be Thrown in. and those who do not care to lose any i

sons Cattle Co. Although the live stock can be )purchased sideration the plans for the building ofa reflex weakens muscular the muscular action system; also that and fear has 12 .acres in suburbs of Kissimmeebuilding of burban the communities.advantages of Some well-settled land under su
the Kissimmee lots sub-division on side
draw-bridge .acroes one high state of cultivation-dark choco-
separate from the lands and houses. tens death, while the reverse may houses on other. This fine little farm t
.. river near' Basainger; and that he late soil-best in Florida, ask any ex wa '
prolong life. has 5 acres under cultivation-five-room
For l f I Call would be glad to make the plans and - *- house (not: plastered bu't almost ) an hortticulture pleasures of agriculture'
new as hobbles and a handsome
"aft: : JNO M. LEE Kissimmee Fla. estimates if the board wished Mm to do Made Him Cross. y- all! under fence and worth $225 an acre. income it wish
expense on
s s -I made my husband cross this Afternoon -
so. The board signified their willingness '' Best' bargain you will find in many a these acre and one and one-half acre +
said Mrs. Caller. -
to have him draw the plans; biA /' day. All for 1200. tracts at from $100 to $250.
Mrs. Ho-
TIow was that r queried
stated that they did not contemplate mer. /' ,

building this bridge' in the near future. "tle was on the opposite side of the

The' question of a site for the new street, ,and I beckoned him to come

jail came up for discussion. .Mr. N. C. Dyer,?*explained) the other. .

GLENNREAGINADVERTISERS Bryan appeared before the board and \,
offered -to sell the county the former Helpful Words 11\

home ol Mrs. Nannie C. Oliver, adjacent .

to the court house. Mr. ::J. L.

. '/ Ceaman, who was present, offered the From Klssltntnee Citizen.

We prepare and place copy old livery site, near Fraternity Hall. -

We compile and print bookletsWe After considering the various other Is your back lame and painful?

sell CALENDARS, Signs, Bulletins properties that were offered the board Does it ache especially after exertion -
Boards and Advertising Novelties in Leather '
Celluloid and All mlnum. appointed a committee 'consisting of ? ATLANTIC
Mr. E. L.. Lesley, chairman; Mr. Arthur Is.U ere a sort'neBB'ln the kidney region LINE'S

E. Io egan, clerk, and Mr. C. F. Pre- ?

PUBLICITY' vatt, sheriff, tq select u site,'and report These symptoms indicate weak kidneys '
WE ARE EXP RTS. at the next meeting.Mr. ; Tourist Trains S
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LONG DISTANCE PHONE 296 E. L. Lesley, chairman, reportedto There Is danger in delay. .
the board that some of the mules be- Weak kidneys fast g t weaker.
longing to the county were becomingold Give your trouble prompt attention. *

BANK OF TAMPA BUILDING and crippled, and that he thoughtit Dean's Kidney Pills act quickly. "Dixie Flyer" Lfiptted"

wise to exchange them for better They strengthea weak kidneys.
rmhitle Limited" "Fl.a & West India L't'd." .
stock. The board authorized him to Read this Kissimmee testimony.J. (
-- dispose of the old( stock, trading to the H. Harris, carpenter and contractor "Montgomery Route" "New York & Fla. Special"

best advantage of the county': and secure Kissimmee, Ela., says: "1 haveno

I the necessary ones Jj> replace the hesitation in recommending Dean's "South Atlantic Limited' "Coast Lino Florida Mail"

L, M. MARS & Co. ones disposed of. Kidney Pills for I know from past 'experience ---.------

DeALERS IN FINE LINe OP The petition for a road in the vicinityof ; that they act just as repre ELECTRIC LIGHTED" SLEEPING CARS
STAPLE AND FANCY Alligator Lake was taken up for sented. Off and on for five years I .

consideration, and referred to Commis- have taken this remedy for ;
) my kidneysand DINING '
. CARS . ,
t jiorie'r A. F. Bass to oib few doses, have always} -
rep more fullyat a broughtme '
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I'.GROCERIES I tiie next meeting. relief. This preparation is worthyof '

The committee on the discontinuatIonof a trial." for Rates and Schedules, call on or write tor: ._e. ',' '. 9

\ FRESH AND PURE: /that portion of the road to Finney For sale by all dealers. Price 50 eta E. M. NORTH, J. G. KIRKLAND : ; 1.

FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city. Prompt aid courteous atteltioi.TiI Roint 'asked for further time. to make Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole A. G. P. A., Savannah;.Ga. D:.J',. A;, Tampa'! '''8\\, .

/investigation. ___...... .' agents for the United States. '
I rMONC NO. Wr Bond of Mr. B. F. Rails as justiceof Remember the name-Doan's-and T. C. WHITE W.'J. CRAIG, .

the peace. for the St." Cloud district, take' no other. I G. P. A., Wilmington, N. C. Y. T. M,. Wilmington, N. C.'h .,'.

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-I cHAiury..The Classified Advertisements

Queer. M.thod..o' a Oueer Society In. place of charity, like that of

1 KISSHEE$ I -- BAPTIST GllHllCI i0 Lancashire, England COd.> ir everywhere.-VinetGoodness 11

.t i .. . i Of.., U. the (HHH-fr r clubs that exist Lathe atuwen. Ip' the theological Iniorted'under this head at the rate of ISCollaa''f\

.world.. "ou will find some of thtiterest.ifl Adverti.emenU. are
<$:> (; JienMut "en/nextl/ lor Iho t.lth whliu wit once Canraqlilfe, England. On virtue : S per line each insertion.,,
.I1J'....". d. .1.' I! but The desire of -
': '. 'for all .__ 'of these Is called thiTIIaiipocked clubS S in f the angel .
f.l power excess cnue<
., ::. .' ,. T--'::---:: ". .; As: the title ,Indlrutes' , ]U ,members an'" nLE' P MISCELLANEOUS ..
to fall ihe desire of knowledge in 'O .
.: BUNYAN and can come across-s ,
.ll.maleu, you -
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. --.-..-. '. I.nncanlilre town S CXCCM caused roan to tall, but in
... '"TT'" -- club In almost every WADE the tuner Orlando. .
't charity there it no excesjt) (Neither E. M. F.. AUTOMOBILETRun, 3400mntlealooka
QRDER'OF SERVICE-MAR.. 26i 9U :"of any IIIro.Tbi'moollngll. I
I / like a new one and runs I FOR fresh flsh"phone the Rull Bass
: rule la angel.or into danger
. are held .us a can man come '
T r S Better has windshield speedometer -I Market, No. 189. 19tfGET'H. .
MtUNtli4 M.Piano I top, \, / (
arloc and tile dlnQUssonl|
: : some barj> } chimes horn, I
j.-- eight-day clock
: 1 N. BRATTON to drive'our
\ .. Prelude. ire about members oYten. non .. ... metal tool-box two extra shqe. one artesian wells. 43-tf
i 1. ; have "-
the reputation -
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rnenHri who Will sell trade for
Doxology and Invocation. } ,. extra _tue\ . or
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I ..i:' Hymn 19; "Revive Us Agan"Scripture . I beliitf l lienpnckod -When evidence bat town property. Address, E.' M. F., FOR.dressed- poultry .phone. the Hi ..' 4!

I . : John 4:1-42. . .. J I been brought to show tbat a partlculai/ PRICELESS GIFTS.! Gotha. Fla. '*.- f, IO-t ., Bass Market._ _No.189._ ,19.t

Hymn got; "Come Ye Dee, nsolate. .. man bus allowed bHnaalf t to come under - Estate resh fat and
wordi. EVERYTHING the 1J., MUTTON. [ fine/at tbe .
'.. Kindly tympathizing attentions in... i
Prayer. lila. wife's Uinnib they tax him will Rull Bass Market phone 189.
With God. wounding line from a W-foot town-Tot to a fifty _19-tf ,
Offertory. IDK -"A Closer Walk i It i It,) the place of meeting The pre- l ,watchfulqeu against thousand acre tract of limber 1andWrite ..: :- -
harvest. strand five
unto WOOD $1.25
peV strands -
- ;: .. '. dent delivers. a lecture on the da u gel men's sensitiveness. Aese cost for anything you want, and.remember I Lumper
424- "Hide Me. $5.75.\ ; Kigsimrnee Co. 29tfSIIANIKARGER !
; f: : Invitation. :I of a hunlxiind( |Vcrnilltlnu Jils rlfe t ItI very little, but they are priceless in that I give you! i '

-. --- -"- I usurp. hilt pOsitiOn as master sod Tibet nothing but absolute facts and will I ; Orlando/ ,. for bit*>eles I

: B. Y. I 1'. "U 6.lfi P. W., Subject: Frontier Mission j tUe others lone Indornud UU remarks. their value; Arc they: not almost refund all 'your,expenses if you come and' sumiries.! 25 wheels from |ti.5

: the staple of our earthly happtneu? here to look at I have described"JU for'new. .
I the ,person t.. whom I he speeches] art<< anythil'lF. ------12:7tpd.
havemiarepreeentei : ]
EVENING SERVIOi; 7.1SongJ3 : :>. From hour to hour From moment to to you I
ndilrixHe I 14 wnrjied that( If be con ? FOUNlA nice umbrella was left fttJ J
it. Also to tt.ose
1 "TVK.,'- I1 mien. lo .Rtnnd the hetipwklnR ho will moment, we are supported, bleated wishing to purchase S land through, / me. 'Mrs Tross' store, which the owner.can 1 1.t

..i.. .- .- 41rt- 'R 'Mc e thePeriehng.' :" I bo ,nimli tho .wilijivt, of n demonstratlon by unsil lundneuct.-F. W. Rob. without first seeing it, I will (give you /recover: by calling and paying.for this_ --.t

Offet. I ertson. I a, minute description of property.: notice, 13-2t .

4 I .-. << j, Subject": Backslidi-rH For, JestnIkviVal ". : 1 TI'. iiimouncetnont S Mint n "honpork-SI \; S .., :'t'I\. I. bought and will take the properly 811 I A N I IBA RG ER, f>Orlando! fdr bicycles'"'" ' ,

". i Invitation 445-- Stand Up I ('ii" Inh 1 detionst ru (ion IH t to take place off your hands and pay you. your and sumlrit'K ir> wheels from $6.50 q .

hurth has, htonplannuiK I In\,1. In I lie! district. wit Ii niliodI : money back with U thc I
{ The ,series. of meetings I .
n ;j / /: for has already begun in thehi'iirts, of n "n.\ I I f4.lj, /sits. 'J be men III'iloud| It, nnil the whATJTCOSTSTo est for time used. any of urhe: within, ,, : JOTtING! .and repairing 4! 1

? of the m<>ml> of tin-thurth. They have liamlivltogether ! IliMiil I pollie. reiiillliiK si tot Iii r d isi'In/ )'H twelve months from deHVription"daty ,flutllas4'if the Oooxl-\vork; 1 See James J CliuVch St. 5 1I I
find that
/. t \to plan ami work for the salvation of I Hint I led to I trouble. lx.coine n .Iltllronxloi y6u "mv ... ni'arMain St 45-tf
.pray for
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) was Inc reeL i ours -
Houls in KissimmvePreachoi' .. : '. ) On the ovenliiR/ !: nprlolnterlthe. Live. in Kissimmee and Wages property buSm<
I Ir- [ I iiiomherH of I tho Hn!b nipet nt n Ma H: .tf .'" "Pr. W.
: T ho cvanifelist: will lie h..I'p M"l1day. 1 1W 'II Usually Paid. S Estate Man. ryfttHimtnce, Stanley Samson ,
: I II: Moulin of Knkelimi. i if to ,rlo th<' preachinRHe ) :. t. pulilliholiNi; \ ) '. ,here t hey li rill (hem- .' -- -- - HunruHtcr. I Ohio ", Owner can f':et ;

1. I i is a prime among Sou tin rn pif.uherH I Ho it j Hel\i! "<4 \\llli nil I I kiid-i( of householdiilensJU Th!>< following/ table of prices iM its KING CJuahjty shfn-i. for men at ( Hh n imiit thisollui-I h.Y' pilyinif for this '

t full of t tin- spirit" of ('h list ami! deeply 1 ; t I ; I then 1 lej, 1 lij.; i..mi'c'ertlnn Iii a y- near accurate as it is possible to obtuin Store 7 1 1.lf not n..'. 1
il and m published for the information of
thiw Hf4olj Is. lli.. 11 MIIH-, saf. Mihrleainest nr. .ti tin \\hlsile loll, lid. they start .
about era
inning/ i tboKe" contemplating to this city: SEE Kf flllt Quality .h.>. l>i'foie" l>umgCUAh INYI'NJIIn1''lwrl'' i:; can start a maiL

X. ,t pUiisin)?. i;<'i'I iptunil, I. I lit-I \\ i ill I I ,pii'.i. < h t-vi-u" . out I ii iiI, .iiKinli long Hit I ,* I'rdc.1! < I I ISniokwl,,,,,, / moving....2. .
: day tit :< ;:W /unil 7 p. inStnumtf slrivis of (IIII'! (IHirli' IWunI t\u 4' ,','nt.. IK I Ih i.nlB.( .. vi 11"r ",,'n IIOHB Si-n
., 1'ho IIIIIKII' uimmittnhas I t had (tinI'lstmni; 2 011", > mill, i lilies; ii. .liroDin. .. A"t her n I I'rv 10..11 l Itiirnn I'to 1 'H. cf. nt, I"T lbl'aiiM :IIIE ,'minoj"-" of Honda\ $1 l l'r>. Ki- I t".IIkl.T.I.t s him I 11.I ...( <>!.k, A2144,
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141 i i-nt* PIT Slmrnl'l' Drug
1 i nlHrffi'il, t I''h.) 'position' of I tI hic.h.>lr and pl.ino, <-hng4( > Bnnli a t flilnl n .h.t| or n (onl I.1,via Hcmiln i- 7 \ cenlx nyrlhttr1 - -_( .. 1..kl"'I'I.| \. Y. I

._ I.I!|, tiil u i iip.UjJc lonlcr lUKWcl to u'C'cCth.: sinpuiK ._ X Mii4llM* -M (.....1..1.| oi -j..Hi..I" Kireonus .. J..,... - "', cent JfK i Pljrifl roit SALEI:- ( ;( I size ,
, . Sweet 1''I..t.. U> T n'utH Ttiinhcl I I II F' \t )'I' AA M :-Clnt-NHs: : : OH.'Ola
'I'll ihoii iir
Mr .1.I S. l.uilwin.' ( who "an cxpi'lii'iK liliiUlenit\ liniMlie, ol h C. W Wan! l Itllf<>
*. I W '1 ( *. nnnht s, ii.t h 1'ulat'Uiii' $1 1 10 .I:2ft irf r tiitHhi I Itol I.iinilii'r ('i o 1'ln-y ni.ikithem
It'ad'1'\HII 1 'li-ml, t the connii-K( (;itmn i i in (thi'sunK} : st,'r\ ictHe I I I' any
null u-h S llVia
,- l inkiis. \M\iliinn I I i I
: PhIl| l kinil and
to ''' thi- ('hon Suit MarkinlIrl tOe : II CHOICE' C1TY I 1.( 'ITS for HHle lit lowprltis. si/i' i MIII want make them
will he |"n<'s,'nt Siiml.ts oi /uni/i' . l"-r )
1 In fit, 'is enrri.,1.ttl.i1l4l.. \ | lil,,:h. .V a l ria'J'' ler Hi forparticular to lit. (.IM. H (irial. 7-1f'
Si><- or w rile I II I I'leininjr __
Iii\ itatiii All tin- |M-opli( ,, > of tin- (nun t an. "mnlialKiiiMteil ---S lln'in. in'li nl..lI1lu: tll".II1".11'. In front M'al __,p _'",c per II) (' tf
('oini-.ihil. l l'l'Il1 Jniinsavi'tl ( Ie.h H..r ,' '12: '-j t"> I;,r i.IT ll> _ 4d A'N: midlist-nt ,pi-rson may earn $100
'- to /iitl" ml tsuh .rvie4. ( nnd lln> ill* .>nl,'nil l'iHiring:: "if their I I....." I''r)< _,-' 12'9'I I lr.<- i.'r !II l lI > I I I for '
,I with i ) ,\ou IIIIKJ: ;"lui' t llie, .' -.Ins -nm l-iira. / I iMitinilH ford (1 MlS FOU i LK; Tomato ,plant. ;it I S. H. mnllthl""II"1. i { newnpap -
...l l lllllfMr _, lit I l"c" INT III AuI'm.iiiH 11'111'1. Oiim KissiinimiKla : .
III "h Io-h! Hie inlinetf tin t .* \lcllni
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( ocrurn I ir,I IVitclii.n I 10 U> 1-" oc |".r l lI Ih ><.tf' C I i"ulal' IVfH Syndicate. B 224nv I'I
:t 1 ON I MISS A SPUVRE'1 ( often I Until. A""I)|<'Mfun I ,to I- .,. lie II, 15itkjurt N. Y. .1.1.IWUJIS I
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; Tli. mlMMloii of thi> x ernes. whichlimf i "' )'|'M.ud Iai-.It 1 12 I.i I l Ic IM.r 110 FOR SAI)Ebout; sixty KO..d. | i )'preitfenri"

t 1..i.'ii, <|1"'.'|,,Ily ...).ml',1| < for t the 1 I .h...-.... I 'r-rni4'y 2--.. |..... II* noKts, at I my Pi 14'C I i" Boiithwi'hlKisiiintnie t t {( ) AM H) HO,till)

-OOt1..lnn ti\. II 1..111. |I".t., I Is to liiilil, up I4la-k-ii, ,.O4 yb.'I,. |I"i < IhO'"n' S. W. 1 Dounint;. I II(-tfI
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': i (the hi.njiei )keil one t ti> rlillrule. the riMi ..II.l, ... I N. ,lS't'.. |,,..iII) |11\\1'I.I.I1IS) I:I I l :: ; for rent apply 14 j M. Til-
I 1'...." 5'0'r.1" '4tc ,IM.r III I 1.I OR) S.M.I I l- I HOIIHI I .hold. ioodi' I lI'1ulr'| la.r. **
*oil fur (II lie ; j1 Shorn by lhe Mob. Kersi- I;. |I"", ""I''",, if 1 n. K Punk O>iiv l hl'lI'k "..rl" ofcourt
A pro""M"ltllI" ( .of P MM(. iiin'niilo\| . .1).1I Hallucmationa of Henbane. lionscli, ">lil v''","''l-' I UeliiK. of roiirxe. to .I' gt 5,' (IS, KU i...01..I >,..n I fiiiuse' I,{' U' pd I itt( )( ) IO:; 'I'll l < > HJ--T; : : I 1Mlii: single! or
aTpmrknllo)) reputatlon \'krn, l I..ion. l.l I I.." 4" nth :.. .
tipnrs '
IlenUnne n-inlnil him h I fillon under .!
I Hun "i\lni; S .. ,, in -uit'. IIlIa1iI for light: house-
I thn took' ) IhI->l In nniliiii. In ITiil': ilnlnot hknwn.wn t I. sii( m'h
| for i-renting t I he moul eTtrnorill: ,, will I-kh-- FO R bar ttitiri in resident k./. ,\ to Mis A A.
|"et f i't'8| t 1\1'1111I"1. I lie .in i rn. "h< MillOalH I -. lili i I""i I "K.II I i { pr"'lI'rly.lru..k ' /! |pply ) Simi>-
: mod I ltli nnv' Ktent* "KIK'oens 01 linllui'Inntlnns. Dr Houlloii re . I 5'-. i liimhil lands anti, rail .
I miry I'I"| OIIN. I the .slm'iVtnii '\' ;,|. : : orange proves" on s ,{-tf
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'iil' liv. In I Hint I jieiir "If* lalet Hint monks who RIp the I : | ( .rMT,K** in itonrMtn. II I "4I"I II ,per IHIV I H. M Hreaker. KiKBimmee: . Kl.t ---- -
.; I public 1O'lnp'| BIMIIO \ \ t lhe\,, ten.'h th le ,ii>ttiiie\ W "'1'1'I .."|,.*"IA'". Ill Tl 10 f &"'
S wont out of fjNlnon. :mid. llnwltiniU. : )' rools lij- mistake' for parsnips' trans llielrlitliu .reslili< t thititnnji'i In,'\, h" tl '.' tu I rII> )FOR SAL1hit' Morxla mined I W.\YI'EU: -
; I t I IIIMIIIIK and ...ruhl..n..II".II"1"* '>.'"ip' ,... acn- '
i ers of )lmidoneio< I thiown out of foi'mill, tlielr monastery Into a Junatliaorliim In front. : of I the .dimr, nnilLluiiK
Work arid nilmed to d]|HIHS. Tlipetilloned ..>. One monk rnnn the hell for their fonderi, und, oal I se ii I tIes! Man and Tanm' to <'i 0<> '!'n,-.'il. ttnofrniphi Alclrt'II", Miss
,, lIreeN .nd Mulf-H (1 'm'tu VItO''> (
I anil of those. of SEVERAL 1 tOOI; ) WINDMILL I I out
: (iewrgi. I II. lo compel "IItJem.'u mnlliin at midnight, nor> Imirllv t tlinii. ever-,' <<< lartIbiting! l i'.> feiMl ...", ..1.> Conji S t. Cloud 1 H. it-: It
I the community who attendeil( ) someI WH ,,- fL i ..m I and >- fitH to sell Mill. tower pump t lank.
to weui wl igN by III w As I lliwlgmakers I The mnn, i Insuie j Ix I 1''I\'ok..tI' i l bj' t the "O ui'
I ; others' fiinoleil l .t heletters "Iiw$3 6"" to .12'ONarruwi. ( everythjnK complite S. II. HullotSt! \VA\Illl:: : I I.aiKe tract I of land inS
cotilcl not road .. . I I he'pro.
Ii'i hull III
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w''i nl In pr..HMI"| to M pre iit dnrinirxfi i sec lto 1121N'l 2-tf. ..,Ib.... Lake Orallj, Polk or OsceolarountiiK
were runnIng/ about like nnts"and I in "I"| ( mnn* anti, his Ti-achin f5! US am"nth
i Jamen' to llielr petition It\ vm: irrniii Join ---------------
prewnt with
.... K'xxl transportation
their > Hi I roril H I T toY 4' /
noticed I hut most of i those persons some rend what was not In 'I hrothriMi I Simiotlines I t f-he lookn. Ill|ion i | FOR SA LE A :t roomWktll' ::1 li>or<.1i- facililii.-' for coloni/atuin JlUrpoHP8.A.hlr. .

who wanted\ f o compel oilier .cople I lo books Even: (he exhflla"lhm. from (the uffuic ns more of II Joke tlinii: a njhe es, :H t lot 154)x' ( 147 feet 4 orange I ret's, .- Koclar, rare .V nllev (tiazette.

| ) wigs theIllHcl\'ell. theso pretty but very poisonous flow lhlllJ ...'l'se iloi-H I heir, !101<1<11111:. eiitIiejeforzII Announcements. the best well! in Kixtmnmee; on Huga n-tf:!
wllH,4)ro no
; :: wear ers proilucp these. weird l elT..t"-\\'eAI a nil! mnri'\h to hendqnar- street and') Lilly ave C. II. Caml'll'lI.ownl'r. ,
:: Thla striking the London mob n" very l' WA\T1; Refined couples or jjentlenu '
minster Gnrefte' I 1..ers with t linn i lit t their lieu",I. """lIlly. .H'p.1.
Inconsistent they seized the proces- % for. several nicely furnishi-tir

t ionlsls l and forcibly cut off!' all (benr Ill"w\'c'r. hi.Vlf,'. n|>i>iiir: Instead for Mayor IF YOU WANT :SCREENS; see Os.eoU. rooms, with I bath tin b<*.xt nualit Lufrnarkit \ 4 ;
I I Adoration of the Wig. wllli 1".k..1 of WhiCh -
The \ II Ronvnter
halr.Lon.doD. ixpiesA : I II.\t .- au".V'IC.e niT 'fl IfZ V a"'p, ( for Lumber Co. They make. them any t'anlIfoI'd.. t'ornor Main aiM
WIgS so popular o* In tbpreign I I the promptlv I throw oer I the deiiioii9tnitorn Pacitu, .
never .
were J Htrcet !,OtfS
and kind h.mto
I tbt f IHc 1 tof Ms ior S if KiHHimnii-c' uti'l reIioeI-l I size you want arid! make f .
Fine Stream of Water. of Charles II The 'author of . or HII| iiulrklv ru "eii n clearinT'e .. .
I / I /iMlv I, "I'lL th,.j rol-Kof. lilY fellow i nizcnn' fit Give them a trial 7 tf

A Philadelphia lawyer was hit with 1 "Tbo Beau* and the ,Doiunes" tells ,, wltU n hose pipeTo S II. I '''..'FOR''. Notice

S the desire to move to tho cou'ntry. and us that "*fben Clbber played Sir Fop the onlooker It IM. just an exhibition FOR SALE--Five acres of fine trucking .

after "Iravelliig through I> ,law8i'e ling Flutter his .wig wryrso much admired for laughter unit nothing more. land; within fifteen hundred feet S 1 Nun..,. '" lurrliy nlvi-n, in J. II ..w. <.i ulloiivh, L4

I- : county be struck a tbreo aero farm noL that he bad I /carried to the but behind the scenes there la generally For Marshal and Tax Collector. of Mr.high-school Aultman'B building, and adjoining farm. J.
ao many; miles from Swnrtlimore Ho footlights everytvfblng In a sedan I a lot of trouble aqd bp.srtocl1lnp: I h.J'IOfI3".olloline., niyailf a. a raii'lldate fi)i Wilison Jr' celery. 7-tf M. : Iiroa.Iw.y. New York. Newoti\ charlea'W.Wan ; .

remembered the advertisement, recalled chair from wlucb/lt was banded to : A good 1 number of these "henpecked" vler-UiMi to the otee..r! City !IIal'lhal.nd Tax .!. _. ), of KlaHliiimtw' Florida, amid (,oorre C*.

4_, all the conveniences which tba. him'that be m/ctft put. It on-.his.head*;. IcmonstrntlonS have aequeln In pollee Cullcotnrof. Klmliqmee and II deoted oromlne PIT GAM ES-!! Forty hens at 51.W) each; Mctmi.r, of Toledo, Ohio and Ui. all .persons Sluleientvil

, I pac 'b.cJ and was slightly dlsappolnti court*. Some!.I men ,.it |sk an enraged tho ....1". fl,lolll r Kl the performance of mj do.UK tvto Crock's, $.r\.00( each; two stags In. 01 hevluif lleiit| UKJI'| the |i.ropert"henI '

,**, S the Blame. victim being charted. with assaulting1 In .tlm fniiiro. aa J hive. ahnn'n In the p..t. $2.l CO each E. R. Bagby, Goth, ,, dum rlbe\l, that on the 43rd I day 01 March .

, ;;: .: '* '"If I recall i," lie said t\\).,4be 'owner PUelntf o'' burglar on .tria)))-IlaTe, a demonstrator.. but more often thacu :-0 :;.. '- ReRpt't4falI"S' ' Florida. ; S '. 6-tf 1UI1 KloH.U circuit Eautoiut: KallwaFtuinpanj'flledinlho '
.: Judge Court
.. of the
S ae..atJI.4l1dla.\; \la ICircuit
,,;:Mcl'ltATf ICR.
,; ".who had It for. rent. ")'ou 'IIdverUae'a you saythlng lo say. prisoner? Bur Dot the sequel shows a wife appealingto [ L-; : SHEET MUSIC.-"Meet Tonight' in orflorlrta. In and for .Onrt")! 'O"Mr.

.41 l flue stream of water on the place I glarVYea, your honor. I was only act the magistrate. for a separation .order Dreamland '"Sweetheart of My | IUintltlim\ seekIng) take, by right' cif eminent

I : tton't see It* InVcn doctor'sadrtce.) to take some .-tx>ndon Tit.Bits. For Marshal and Tax Collector Dreams" 12 rents each. J. J. Stewart i domain' ihp following. d""ai,rilted. |I'i-operty| ] for

-"Wellwork that pump handle a bit hln' aforej golu' tor' bed.-BostonTnmscrlpt. I I hl'reby announce turaelf a oanilHale, for .. Selma Ala. l.i-lt: | rillh' ol "ay for the "'drtlro. of eel,) pntltlouer,
and you'll see u One a stream ever : / -- - I to-wil
i. as I A Bullet' Stopped the Game. Marxbal .lid ( oiler tor for the ton a of Kliwlra-, IF YOU WANT SCREENS Bee Osceola
was pumped You're not expecting Ij I A rIght u< wa)' one liulidrnl feet wide,
.' up. nnd
i: Alfred de MusseL the 'poet moo and solicit Iharauppdrt of all the vottm, Lumber Co. They make them I '

4 .. reproduction of. Niagara tallll. ,*rl' !, Toubi.-j In the Air. I dramatist was almost as fond of ami If sleeted, I prnmUv Mi be faithful to the size and kind you want and make themto anv IIn liinft,' !or fifty ( .0)) iivt on raili mde of tbe centreI .
said ..
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you for $-40 a month; ?"-Philadelphia91mes lilt dithof laid offleo -: rIght o. way 1100 located and
shoppingwith cneaa aa of poetry. played nearlrevery fit. Give them a triaj. 7-tf'
Rnsband-fTou 40Il't J go S 8KTH: T\'SON.! I alakitd thr"uJrh Hie Ian-li or| nald J. H. UeCul'luUKhaml I.

; 'p - ,-. I4 Mre. /Nearby/ ; any more? Wife- night at \he.Cafe doha Ilegence. BEAUTIFUL PINEDALE These 5- >a.1| J u. Mi-Crurej d..atni'>"'d ..
ind even the revolution of February XTbe
went she wanted follow.
No. Tbe-lMt time we
; '
u; 4 .. panlsh Msokerel. acre lots Pmedale have advantages
from biB For Councilman.
184ft did not divert him
that 1 wanted.-Judge. \\ pat half (Of V. -
remnant i half
r of '
t Th Bpaoish mackerel Ia one of. tbe a of location, splendid soil and theyare Nw llun Six! ((6)):
.- t' I habIt, lie turned up as usual and The. frlen4 cil t Capt/ H. M. Breaker place hi.. growing in value. Let us show cud Went half ol \nem, half of H fastest of food and
t fishes cuts tbe wa-
'. .---------------- If. faith In something and enthusiasm Boding no one there to play with Insisted iiama Imforo the vot.qtp of Klnlmrnee. aa a randlilate ybu Nelson Realty Co. 'U-tf In Towimlup. Twcnl .live (Ji) Mouth, Rant
t. !
S r tika-a-yacbt. In something that make life worth that the waiter should make a for City Oouncilman believing he will Ihlrtr three (H.II Eam and the Southeast" ljuarlurof : '
S at-o.: W. Holme.. game for him Tbe waiter did BO, serve the city with credit FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and the Hoiuhiiant quarter of Section: Twelre ,

S Large desk blotter foale here. looking though a fusillade was raging In the grapefruit grove, about three mile (12)); ....1 the Kant half ol Norlhuaat quarter and

.... _ _ .J: ._ l'
: - -----_ -_ .0. -_ street outside and all went well patti from Kiasimmee on railroad. Will of Houthoant quarter and
S : T--- a musket bullet smashed a mirror In For Councilman. Sell at a bargain. 'Address -.W. U. South half of Southeart quarur. of Section

SL \ Immediate! proximity to the board. I hereby aouoimce mrml I a candidate. fur ..... Arnold Kiesi mnn
L-- election at City Councilman I am deeply Mouthwrat quarter ol Northeaat quarter West
; Musset was anxious to continue In
; grateful for the honor conferred on me In thepant FINE LITTLE HOME IN TIlE CITY- ball of tkiutlmant quaiter and Southeast quartetof -

spite of the Interruption, but his opponent ,and If I am .o fortnnaU at to be ...-...Iect- We have- about 3 acres,' fine little SoutiWat quarter of Section Twentj-

BIG Would not. "With monsieur'spermission ed.111*.. my beat .endearonw adi'anoe the place close in and splendid for truckIng roar 124)) ; and North*.eat quarter of Northeast

FURNITURE SALE ," he said "we will adjourn intnrtt* of oar clt,. and chicken raising, 5-room house quarter. and E .t JuiU ol Nortuwe quarter

the- gome until after" the republic has J. ... nAN8F.L good water. .A valuable place, owned Northeaat" quarter of oonthwont" qnartar and

been 1)l'OClalmecl.-Pa Ganloto. S by a Kansas man, who will sell at South half of Soutlinrat quarter of SuoUon .. ,

.. "*" FOR RENT reduced price. It will pay you to investigate Twenty. .nve(4'(: ,) ; and North half of Northwest*?
: \ We have aold a large amount of Sentimental Juries. .this. Nelson J Realty 1 Co.:. 13 quarter Southwest. quaitero Northwent. <,uar.
... week's Maitre Henri Robert, the most famous FOR RENT-'-A suite .of rooms, corner PENNELL SUPPLY CO.'-Agent Sayman's ter, and Went ha:f ol Southwest qusrter 01 See.
ad. in last liOn
Thirty'" (| .
our .51)).
: Twenty Are
E. D. advocate In criminal cases at thf Main and Oak streets. Mrs. Soap and Remedies, Ordway
: : paper, but th re are still a great manybargains Paris bar told an audience almost Plummer.-- - -. ,- _ll-tf Plasters, Magnetic Combs and Men* bulni tapge also Thlny-lwo'further! dixcrlbed(112)) East:a.said oommeno-cealreline .

ij' '. ( entirely composed of ladles tbat before FOR RENT-Two beautiful rooms, dels mends leaks instantly. 25 cents Ing at a point on the North line of Section Silt
for In the advertisement
: : waiting, you. any Jury a woman with some youth. with bath. Will rent cheap for the S packets. Agents wanted. 12-Stpd (II). Township Twenly I tyre t> (r26') south Ran <-

we quoted reduction inS some looks and a pretty; voice has !fifty summer. S. W. Downing:; 13-tf BOAT OR: SALE-42 feet and 8 mchea ;J'hlrt"U.ree (:L1)) Eanl. In lolaCounty, FlorIda ..

thanc'sout of a hundred of being L._ in length ,and 12 foot beam, new one thoilaaud ((11I00) feet from the NorthWest "

prices amounting to 25 per cent and acquitted wHefeaa a man would have FOR RENT-New house 5 rooms and and well built, will sell for $68 if corner of nan] Kectlon six (\d), ihence

,. S This sale is still Don'twait only; one. It she knows bow to shed bath room; modem Beaumont ave., taken at once. Parties Interested South thrceCtiUi-jrepi( ) thirty ijo: minatai.we j A...... .'.
t .. on. tears at the right moment she need nearM bbittat. S.J.Souders. 12-2tpd S can write J. H. Whidden" Kisslmmee, three Ihounand. t.kU J) feet to Station Ii la>. 1-tuo 6TJ"f"
"- ----------------- - !aid right of way; thence south
S ; come in at at once. not worry-a verdict of not guilty U -- -sm Fla. 13-tf. eleven ((11)) de-
re a Went
( twenty'eight thuuiand three
'SS dead Letter.A :Statement.
a 'ertalnt-PartB CITY PROPERTY-Three fine cement dre't(2S.:loOMcetto) stttlon No 1710: ol acid\.

S ,. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Mad. Florida under, ahowtnathe Section XI. Chapter amount of fr taxes U6 La chanred w. of cottages, I 5 rooms with bath just rlKI.t& of way; I lienou, South t"o thounaud. ATC .,. ,
Roguee Qallery. to the Tax Collector, of Oaeeola' Counnty. completed and very pretty best of hundred ((2..10)) feet to the South line of and InS

"Tou know Mr.. Van Gl'ler's famly Florida to be collected for the current year material used lathed and plastered .the Honlhweit quarter of /Smith' ....' ,uter, of

ic- W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY portrait gallery that she started the IVIl.several and the funda aoportionntent for which taxva of the have aame|been to instead of plaste ing/ on atone makes ..."cltiii. Thlrl -MIx (It) In, lobs ".hll, Twenty

last yenr?" i levied" ; them absolutely dry. Will sell for II.. booth "."K"Thlrlo. 1.ll) EattAlso .

? eA." APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS. '1,600( each for two and $1,8.10 for.the a tOut II (II)' i ') teel wide ailjiniilnK" the

; i J KISSIMMEE; FLA. Well, that great criminal dctiictlve RevenueTo amount-aaamaed I l.f7'04' 75 other Mightri-iU-ono or two ot'them K."t Mill> uf ."Id l rtHbluf, a "rlhroUh. | IhtWmth'

Amount collected 3M1 19 Nelson Realty Co. I n-tf: I hallo I So.. .,t h-s1 'I"arl'r| of 1 S.., ttoil\ Thirteen
[> S office who guarded; the wedding! presents Balance tV le ciill X3t..i1 '.,I\.I :!<> .
S ((1.1) III loMlixlnp l i T u UU'II\(, |t.!.'.) "H.nth
when I'rostle Van Gilder married General School Fund )FOR( SALE Bearing Orange/ Grove,
lUtlKC Thirty' (II:2)) -1 all III, .
: I ()
.. 111776 l -eula|
I" the oldest lio Graft boy tpld me tiat Amount A >eii>>ed \ 700 trees 80 acres, 14 acres fenced '
Ciiuul lorlilM .
Amount l OiHi-ct l ( 't2:41: 0* } ui will) fully alIlsear by iilereui -.
he roooanlJHil: seven of the portraits lUlance to be collected 1WI.:9 &NCounty hammock, pine marsh and prairie S 'i to aalil |K tlliun 11,1won flu, liiri
i f: nnil they hail all done tfine wh-eeeo-' :- Kond land, cottage 81'1I1' packing houxe. Now Ihunlon. I"
:: ,
Tw. Ont inennM"-Cleveland 1'11111D..aler.. Toamount Amount Collected auwmuid l 16.11'; 71 I 4-ZI 7MBalance Next year's crop 'estimated ,at 6,000() ) you lu or ami haMu i 3'h llou of y."IIIHIII i n,, MMC, xnldproperty all I'.l jIiurmmn CfC

boxes. Cash or terms. Address
to be enllectad 11913:1\ : are hereby
5* ----- (outlty M""lal-" Owner, Box 345. Kisaimmee. ,Fla. 48-tf and njlifyd\ aud mniimudrdtobn
-- S Woee of Wealth aiuciied ',' '> !'O) nppmrln our iialil c'lrciilt Court .
t are not sold by a Mel-chant In KUsimtnee. To amount 0. on -
\.' wnicn "Then wealth doefnt bring happl Amount Volt| .. texlBalanrato lati 1 fig FINE LITTLE FARM-Forty acres of thii llrht Monday li, :Xlay (\\111\ bfiiij th, first ***'It-
S to sell Seeds to 1>e collected y>> Consequently we hope oar jon ness 7'"No. good land quarter a f.rom st.a-I luuuth, and then and there to show

.r: SUCCEED:: direct by Mall. S Since. we Inherited money my To Dub-School amount .-Dint...No. -- U4 M tion, 5 miles from Kissimmee hundred w hat Intereat II any, you have lu said above

This advertisement mailed to ns. If paper la men Arhount Collected, IW 04 yards from school and church, described property and to show caiiHe If
will be taken worth 20c. order people don't want me to loaf In the Balance to be collected. 14I1 41)!l cultivation any
S SS 1 tioned at ou any 15 acres in lIeveral'nice why tbe aanve should Dot .ho taken by the

WrUej for Lb.'S of One Dollar (Jl) or orer. and the coupon In !grocery And I can't get no comfort To Sub-SchooLfliat.amount aaaeaMd No. :3- e7 44 orange I trees, most all good; orangeland petitioner lor the uara and purpose| eel forth

.S- J31rN1IC.taloPrtIkt dS closed with Beed on first order. If returned to DB.wlIl out of loafing In a bank. The hours Amount collected :W I IMBalance : balance fine trucking land some lu. ald petition ur doe .be liarnxl.

'S > '\1', be worth One Dollar (SI> on a Five Dollar are too short."-Plttsburg Post to be collected toO 41 splendid timber and a place to buildup WItness Arthur K: bout-Kan. lerk of( said

'4 S ($5)I) order. 8ay If Market Private' Gardener.. To Sub-School amount aiaeiiurl Di t No. 4,- flit &3 a nice grove and good home, 4-
i" BIUSTOL' To every One Dollar ($1) order will be added Honorable! Industry always trarels Amount Collect, . .. '111 room house pretty location on the of March 1911.
r to Introduce them, without charge, one packet Balance la be Collected 717 41 Jacksonvilheanil, Tampa automobileroute.
the sam road with enjoyment and S ARTHURIDONEGAN. E. I 0\Kl.AN: ,
i.71raUhlI. each of three especially desirable torts Vegetables. $1,600 time if
Pntfe on :
;-i' S pci duty, and j>rogrs la altogether 1m Clerk: Circuit Court OaceoU part ISEA.LJ Clerk Circuit: Court: for OiK( ola
(SEAL) County. Florida desired. Nelson Realty Co. 13-tf '**' ,
: possible) without It.-Samuel Smiles. f Coupty Florida ,Jlf. .

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