The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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. _':.. ,.. B_t.blUk.d"194.1, Consolidated..NovcMiwr. ..' I6.q97... .' .". Kissimmee City. Flo.," April 7, 191 1., XIV
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tf Mr. H. CNStanfood: ( advocated placing service."being chairman: oi the electric -

''Irr 'BILl'IS: INTRODUCED[ the jail on the Beaman property next light o msn1itee, Which Is the pride of NECESSARYTO[ [ BOND

to Fraternity. Hall. laying the city: .. our people and which has been BO ably

IIIt would build, a two, story hal) .on the ", .and efficiently managed. to make it _
! faliaferro north corner; Mr. R. O. Meek desired a source of much to :: .
Senator revenue our
, wtf tAn the Senate by block BOARD OF TRADE :The CountyTf W* Ever .Expect to .
it the across
e .';1. them to build on i treasury. Dr. Rivers has held the
- to Locate a Soldiers' "ome'J the railroad north of Cant. Clay John _-__ position'of 'prasioenTof; the councirfoT ,Have, Good Roads During .1

itr'i 1 ( in This State. I son's residence, and eo on with many' TIe regular meeting'of the fci. imme Board J'thjaat.-year.! and proved himself a ". This Generation.
others, but place suggested: met mos capable official. :
every '
: 01'r S J of Trade will take place on next Monday night in - F
with violent opposition uitil) the com The council will meet in, special session
More than a year ago the Valle.y Gaxette miBsloners were compelled to sa*'that the Council Chamber at 7:30 o'clock. The special s tonight. '. 'On many former occasion we have .'

.0z began agitating the question of it looked as( though the jail would\ave committee appointed to prepare a bill to be presented I advocated a bond issue by this countyto

t. 1 urging upon the government the necessity to be buili' in or rear' some other tWn to the legislature giving Ki* immee the Coin. A.PROCLAMATION N build good: roads, and two weeks.-ago,
of building a national soldiers to suit everybody In i88immee \ J placed the figures; at two hundred and
!: end sailors' home in this state, and It is hoped that t y the meeting\n ..mission Form of Government will make ita.. port; I fifty thousand dollars, as we believed It

e '': stated that it should belocated at some June some definite place caii. >e recommended the 'finance committee will pre enta plan for the By the Governor Declares April 23 would take at least that amount

.t :' .point near Kissimmee. aa this was the. to the commissioners that will\ raising of .ufficlent revenue- -defray all expensesof I' Should Be Celebrated. 'to build anything lib a system of good

Iii rrealtlneat section of the United States, meet with general approval.SPELliMTONTEST. the Board during the year' 1'911,1; the advertising .. I road throughout the county.. In our-
4 salubrious cli- Governor Albert W. Gilchrist has issued issue of last week
and possessed the most Mr. F. H. Lawson,
committee will its plan of for ,
t f, jnate. That agitation has at 4ast found ( .- present I a proclamation declaring, Sunday, one of tho prominent merchants of this '
! ,
Iie shape i in the Introduction' by Senator this summer and fall, and the committee on municipal April 23. a day to 'be set aside by the city, takes issue with us anil while he '

, Taliaferro in the Senate of a uill to locate improvements .will recommend several things I various churches !in 'Florida as a, day declares in favor of the good roads, yet

I. !,: such" a home at some point in Will Take Place at the-Auditorium that will add to the beauty and stability of Kissim, I wherein to celebrate the throe hun he advocates a direct tax OP the peopleto

- : Florida of which the following is a .. --, Next Wednesday. Night. \ mee, Every member is urged .to be ,.on hand !I dreth anniversary of the publication" of, build them. -

ay copy: ) School ia i the authorized King James! edition of There are some good points in Mr.
The Osceola High deter.j promytly at the hour of meeting-7:30-as the volume the bible.
"That the Board of Managers of the .awson's argument but there is one
mine ; Home( for Disabled Volunteer Soldiersare Contest and both teachers - ta require The proclamation I"as" follows: feature that, to'us, makes it impracticable .
j State :bpelhqff
hereby directed to establish a and students) have been working: to considerable Jime. t, Whereas Sunday April 23. 1911, has : The people will not levy a tax +"

.. Branch of the home at some.suitable that end for weeks. On Wednesday S. J, TRIPLETT, President. been set 'aside as the three hundreth upon themselves sufficiently large. to '
. locality in the State of Florida, upon a ',, I anniversary of the publication of the build a system of good roads during the
" .', tract of land of a"n area of not less than night enter contest the to state select spelling a representative match H. C: STANFORD. Secretary. -- -_--_ I authorized King James edition of the lifetime. of' either Mr. Lawson or the

English bible and, writer. '"
-300 acres .
will .be held in the Auditorium, beingparticipated ,
t "Sec. 2.That !said: branch Home in by pupils of the sixth to -- -Whereas> the publication of this inestimable To build good roads in this county it

shall be located on The ground purchased -, .' I I Boak: has-done more-for the will be necessary for commissioner* ,
). shouldbe the tenth grades.An elevation of mankind and womankind command; '
< unless\ a suitable tract admission fee of ten cents will be: to _have at their enough A ,
donated to the Board of Managers than publication of all other books money to purchase machinery and ma- '
charged on that occasion. the proceedsto -
r within six months after the approval of, combined.; terial and employ w'orkmen construct .

,,. ,I this act: Provided That said Board of the be used selected in defraying to carry the off expenses the laurels of I Commissioners RenewCounty's Therefore, I J. Albert W. Gilchrist, at least one hundred miles of good roads "
Government of the of Florida, doherehj Within the ,
\. Managers( may polect any at Tallahassee I It it said there are governor !state next two or three years. By
nuch Home by that Sunday, April taxing direct 1
; property suitable for children in this school who have! recomnwnd our people we could, possibly .
Jr' and with the> eminent of I the Secretary not misspelled ft word since these preliminary -! 23.:) 1'Hl! I be observed in'the various get together about ten thousand .

of War. contest began; which is by SubscriptionI churches, by such special services as dollar, a year, which would build not '
practicable\ may be deemed appropriate over five miles of road .
, 'S.:1.: That an SIWMI m -twenty years
far the best. percentage!': made by any .
, I the approval of this ut the said In testimony whereof. I do heretoset before one hundred miles would have
after that has come to our .
.school in the slate
: "ii .* Board of Managers uliall\ I IKKIII the ITI-C notice.Ve are all p round of our High I : Valley Gazette fpr Eight Hundred Copies, mv hand and cause to be affixed thegreat been constructed, and then many of us "
I- .* suitable building"nr, buildings I I i seal of the state at Tallahassee, would have Jlass"out.) "i.
(tion of a \ .SChOOl; which lias no] superior; anywhere the Same to Be Sent Weekly to Persons in the
,. or the capital this :Hist day of March A. If '
on I the jrl. .nl, ,. secured by puiUiase and tlw Auditorium should!, lip a yearly tax was levied on our
I otherwise. for the use of said. branch I packed to the d'Mrlit ":3l) o'clock) on : North and West, That They Might Learn of the U: I'lll! and of the people to build these roads those own- .. '
United States the one hundred and hg here '
property now would pay the
, Homo children -
'. of $IOO"HII. ( ) ( Wnincsdaj! night Advantages This County Offers Homeseekers. thirty-fifth Dill, whereas if bonds '
I t "Sec 1: That \the\ sum are doing their, utmost t'o win first year were issued those ""A"
S I.... and the s.ime n lircli. appropnatfd ( the state I'Ip'lhnlb.' ( .... and Albert W. Gilchrist, coming here in future years would havelx ,.
t h.- 'Irc-asury place Governor of Florida. > bear their proportion of the debt. If
of in |
out money
4 any should receive every encouragement at There were some few of our people I bi'Ther..fort when they were mformed -
otherwise appropriat toward di>- ; ..., B> the Gavt>rnol'. AttestII : we could build a system of good roads "
not }
the hands of our JieopleSHARPJONES who. feared that the commissioners at their regular meeting; on -
of the purchaseof Clay Crawford, in this! within the five '
fraying the > county next
t Oxl"s"M -
would! not renew the county'sThscription Monday that the countv 's subscription
r- land and, the constructing :of buildings to the Valley Gazet.t..eeighthundred had expired without a dissenting; votethey Secretary of State years there would be twenty-five

} !,:, t thereupon for such branch: I Home I . :, copies weekly. wJiih expired: renewed" it for six months, knowing thousand people to pay the. taxes to .
"S..c. !f>. That all honorably discharg.d w II hour last week's i isjtrfeT the same to at the time. that their action would REVIVAL SERVICES create a sinking fun'd\ whereas if a .
sailois, and marines The Ht'arts.of Two Happy Young direct tax was levied for that pilrpose
.4 ; soldiers t>e sent to pers9nI in the North and meet the approval of practically every ,,
'fJ \Ah" arc now or may )b" I lii-reafti-r Hi- People Linked for life. West that jhi*y might become ac taxpayer in the county. as Mr. Lawson suggests, the entire
c have admission I I u>tn I the I iran( ii ( At the Baptist Church Will Come toj burden would , II\.lhl\ Attheresidence n C the bride. parent4. quRlnt..d Ilh the many advantages Osceola can not help but grow and
-. llom for disabled, ,soldiers as proMdod, : and .ortunif's KiHsimmee anti. Os- prosper under the of such say nothing of the fact that long before
.. Capt and. Mrs. J" I'-Sharp, on)I : guidance a Close Tonight.The he-twentieth miJe
_in this act Miss, Florrie Shar) cfffila county offer the homeseeker and men aa compose its Board of Commissioners was completed the ,
: ill hanils of thecommittee Sunday. April 2. special series of meetings being first mile would be out and
I : The bill is .now i t Ii.- | worn worth- -
l Mr. Charles C. Jpns4i : investor but they did not know the anti it is only a question ofa
,'ITuir and ifwe was maincl to held at the Baptist church will come ess. S
-< on immediately af>*f the men who compose our board of county : very few years. until it will have a
would! successful in; .. Orlando, and to a close tonight.! Dr. Nowlin will re If the fact became known that this
left for :: J governors, or. uch nn idea would never population of twentyfivethousand,
for this section. It is up to the ceremony the happy coupkf I turn to Lakeland tomorrow, to be with county had issued two hundred and fifty 7
home their i have found lodgment in their brain. with a tax valuation of eight or ten ,
*III\ make ;
of Klssimjweo nd St. Cloud toget that cit\\, :where thy j f I his church there for Sunday's services.. thousand dollars worth; of bonds td' .
people The commissioners have done dollars. In" the last two :
haitdsome are million\ years
bill home. The bride wore a ; The meeting here has been a successful build od'roads would' .
and busy until that g people flock .-
j busy keep saHn trimmeil doing and will continue to do all in their I tax values have increased sixteen hun4lred
white '
: t both branches of Congress and gown of "lalorately' the'' one In many ways. The preachingof here from the Worth and West In such -
passes ' lading. and silver power to further interests Os-. dollars In 'this county,,
laco pas-
and then ) Dr Nowlin has been -educational numbers that property values would ,
the president,\ : : ,
., .,, \ is signed<<; .by mentrie w.tfi lilies of. the valley Jn ceola county, ana they have long since and not a dollar of indebtedness stands :
present our claims to the, commission learnedthat the liberal circulation of against it. scriptural, 'evangelical. The forcefulness increase to su han extent .to make, ,
carried.bouquet'.or .
) appointed: to'locate the home in such I her hairXsho showered.\ with white the Valley Gazette throughout; the If every county in this state had a of his logic and the aptn '. of Pus It unnecessary to raise the present '
manner that they cannot be oVei looked whiteVarnations I Board of Commissioners. such as has illustrations have assisted wonderfully; millage to pay the interest and take up
northern and western states has done
cast (tiMid,'. svyh peas. daintily arranged, by Miss Oieeola! nothing!,: could keep Florida in helping the people to understand and the bonds when they fall due. '
or to build and make i
born and reared in i more up prosperous from being the banner state in the
aldwell. was
the bill the i grasp the scriptures. Dr. Nowlin We are just as much opposed to
In on ) pay-
admired all for \ this county than al)other agencies comI :, Union in five years time. '
National Tribune, the ollWial organ/rf this city. and was by | chows very clearly that his pastoral ing "bond-clippers" money as is Mr. '

the G. A. It., m its issue of MarW .iO, I her amiable disposition and perfect ]I years 'Tiave been spent in studying the Lawson, but we have a longing desire
sfri ViI manners, while the groom is one of the ; word. We need more preaching of the to see our county the banner county of '

t i (: 1 "There: certainly should/ ,e a Soldiers' -! South's best mechanics. and most.ex-wishes Newly Elected CityI I ", character he has been giving to the people Florida, both in population and pros .

; Home in Flondwhere comrades emplury young men. The best the-past two weeks. Many of these perity during our lifetime, and the
:. can .enjoy the marvelous climate of all our people go out to them for a aerrnons will live in the minds !and hearts only way that desire wll ever b.

.i and haye their years prolonged by acessation long and happy life in which the Val- of The people foi years to come. It is realized along the good roads line is a .

.4 of batLfng with the rigor. ley Gazette most heartily jl1 ns. Rev. : Officers Take OathAnd the kind tht.t lives. bond Issue.PRAIsESictUis.

e. t ous winter in the North The bill\ in. Wm H. Funk of the Methodist church A goodly number have been added .tp

; "* roduced( hy/ enator Taliaferro has performed the ceremony. I -- ,- .:.,- 1 the membership of the church, ana .

wisely leftXhe selectioixof the location 1 many others are under conviction and .

I. Indefinites This will be decided' after MR. COWARD I Assume Their Duties-.W. B. Makinson may come any time. Fine seed have Philippine Secretary of Interior SaysThq'

the Ixfl is passed by the commission Elected President of the Council.On i I been sown and the chureh is hoping fora
Are Great Educators.Motion .
locations offered large harvest.MONSTRTURNIP.
w (will study the various Leaves Tomorrow on an Extended ,
best --' pictures in the Philippine.
and conclude as to the one. ,
\ /_ If we want this home located( at or Tour Through Europe.On Tuesday' ni/Cht/ the newly elected W. Dann, chairman; H. M. Breaker: J. I according to Dean C. Worcester, Secretary t
-i' must begin working C. W. Ward will of the Interior of the Philippines -
:: near Kissimmee we tomorrow Mr. city officers< were sworn in and at once I C. Moore. '
i for it:'at once, otherwise it will go leave for New York, where he will takea assumed the duties of them respective Electric Light and Water Committee are the greatesteducators that '

4J to some other less favored section of steamer for Europe, and will travel positions. the old officers retiring witha J. M. Hansell, chairman; J, C. Moore Grown. in South Kissimmee and Presented has been sfe-nt to the islands. Owingtoto

Florida. over that continent for an indefinite, consciousness or..iluty well done. and H. M. Breaker. the many dialects of the different
time.. 1 to Valley Gazette. tribes it has been hard to get any one 't
%>1 the work "f their several departments Building Committee-II. M. Breaker
If? of C. W. Ward is one of the men who in, J. who Is able to converse with more than
_1'r' good condition. chairman, M. Hansell, C. W. Dann. .Mr IM Williams, who moved to
TlILJAILSIU moved into this section when it was 'On assuming his office Mayor Stan- Mayor T. M. Murphy, who is succeeded this city trom the North about a year two on three tribes! thus making the 't'

-- little else than wilderness.. having ford made one of his characteristic by Mr. H. C. Stanford in the : ago and purchased a home in South Kis- educational work _exceedingly! hard. ,

. Will Not Be Selected Until the First been elected secretary and manager of speeches saying that he would do all office of mayor, has been Kissimmee's simmee brought to the Valley Gazette But since the motion picture was Introduced ----- -

the company that took over the Disston in his power to further the interests of chief magistrate for four years and office on Saturday a tut nip that meaai I the tribesmen have taken a liking

,, - Monday' in June. holdings after that gentlemen's death, Kissimmee and its people, and in the has always been regarded as a man i ured inches circumference : to the pictures and heed to the. les

4IIf It was generally believed that the and has seen i it grow( and .jyosper untilit discharge his duties would tavot'no who dispensed justice to friend and foe and weighed eleven pounds, and a]cab-> sons taught. '

f commissioners at their meeting on stands today in Jhe center of busi- one man or section of the city above j I alike, and goes out of office with the bage that weighed fourteen pound... The ratwea are a conscientious lot"of.. .

< Monday would select: the site on which ness and I Pairing. He tells of the days the other, but equal justice would be I I respect and confidence of the people. These two specimens were grown in beings, and attempt to follow the morale '

the new jail and ihenfT's residence i when the lands of middle and dispensed to all. 1 1I I Mr. J. McPhatter; who was defeatedfor Mr. Williams' family vegetable; garden that are set in the pictures; they .

would be built, and several of our citizens southern Florida< were sold at fifty The only thing of importance done by I II the position of marshal by Mr. Seth which is less than one hundred feet try to keep their houses clean, and also .

: were on hand with propositions in cents an acre and the only living thinga I' the new' l"ouncil was the election of M Tyson, has held that position for nearly M'luaif' and! only two quarts of com- take pride in seeing that all rubbish is

$. the shape' of lots to sell the county, man would meet in a day's travel I W. B. Makinson chairman, the rt r'l twenty years with an interrnissioiiLn..Jnejylal fertilizer were used on the en- ,removed! from the streets. The process ,

..- but Attorney Crawford put a crimp in would be a long horned cow. But he I mamcler of the session of that all that time. of only two years, whichis tire arJ., ..,, the Skinner overhead sys. of showing the natives the value \ '

the proceedings, by informing the com saw a future for this section when being devoted to the new members becoming full evidence of the high regard in tern of irrigation being used Mr. Wi sanitary, conditions has been done J

,muaioners; that they had failed to comply the pine lands would be converted into ; acquainted' with the condition which he is held by the citizens of this hams stated that the turnip was 'iKillei strictly by tile ai
with the law in not giving notice itrus groves, the muck l lands into (of the city government and the duties city. In retiring; fran the office of just about sixty days after the seed Mr. Worcester is now urging the use 1\

by publication in a nevspaper] | thirty vegetables garden. and the vast herdsof [!of their respective| positions. wOn marshal, Mr. Ic['hatt"r stated that lie was put in. the ground which convinces of motion pictures more extensively as.

days previous of their rntention to take cattle on our prairies give!' way for Wednesday President Makinson wished to express to tne ,people of ris-: us that (it would have required a derrick he thinks they are the most practical ,.

-5. such action, all of which sent our local magnificent farms And, his faith in I appointed flie following standing committees I simmee his profound, and lasting grati- < to pull it out of the ground if i a manner to bring about peace among the .'

real estate dealers scurrying around to this HOCtion has been richly rewarded : tude for the confidence reposed in him ii. eral supply of fertilizer had bee different tribes in the islands. In speak- '

get options on properties that would for today C. W. Ward is rated the i Finance Committee-C. W. Dann I during the years he had served them as used and it had remained. in the ground, !ipg of Philippine home rule, Mr. Worcester , 'iJ

seem likely to suit the commiuionel1'. I wealthiest man in these parts But chairman; H. M. Breaker, J. C. Moore. their chief peace officer, and that what' another month. \ while not against it, claims .' ,
\ ,"* A majority of the commissioners evidently with all his vast wealth, which is away I Street Committee-C. W. Dann ever may be his lot in the future 'he there l b too muob prejudice among the \to"

wanted to place the jail in the and beyond the fondest dreams of the chairman; H. M. Breaker. J. M.. Han- would still love his adopted city and Mayor IT. I>. Colvm( and President of natives. But as' that was not to be a

northwest corner of the court house average man he is still the same true [sell. would in season and out of season work .Council Pierce of St. Cloud were looked forward to for a long time, his .. :'iI

\ square but that plan met with op- man-honest to the core, modest as a Sanitary Committee-J. C. Moore. for its welfare and advancement. I visitors to our city on Wednesday and more interested in the use of the

. position from Mr. W. J. Sears, who is girl, liberal to a fault, faithful. to his I chairman; H. M. Breaker, C. W. Dann. Councilman T. M. Rivera and W. J. I paid the. Valley Gazette a most pleasant motion picture to bring about educationand I

erecting a handsome concrete bungalow word. On his trip abroad he will carry Education Cemetery and Charity I Sears werenot candidates for re call. Mayor Colvin says times are ext I peace among the tribes which was .

: just across the street, and from Major the blessings of all -our people who II Committee M. Breaker, chairman; election their private affairs demanding .'I I ceedmgly; prosperous in his city and the prime factor at present. /

: "t. M. Murphy, who owns property on pray that he will return to us completely C. W. Dann, J. C. Moore. )their entire time. Mr Spare has''I I predicts it will double population in'' Mr. John Baisden. of Whittier, wmsf ,

X the south .ide of the court house\ yard. to health. Rules and Ordinances Commit""e-C."" given the city four years of faithful]I the neyt two years. a Kissimmee visitor( this week. '!o.'oo..-' )

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U ir.TiJl-i.-Mlil-n.
I I' SURPRISE 'When Kisshntaeo Cinzess R' OSS 'i
;; tSCa1Iandsctmyhne: -fled Officers. Serve During the.I u.. .Way, Show.
J DRY GOODS t F SPRING GINGHAMS Present Session .of the ')I . IJ.ARRI11'S. i A l r (o FMl'.I,1':1'E!, \ :- t STOCK ,o rH < ,

WHITE GOODS .. 'Legillature. There can bti 'no )just reason why '
:{ '" ., STORE. '}(1 EMBROIDERIES -'-- -- e-adertf: tlus wU' .poViUmie to iuffer l ARD W)A ::.RE.PAINTS

'- ,Tallahassee(, April a,-Tonight the the'tohUNs of an'aching back,' the an
4 MRP1ARCI ) LACES, .Eras members ot batlt branches of the Flor- noyance of urinary.disorder; *, 'ttle'dan- 011,8 I I.KNCJ3-) J VTJ ,K15 I ANU I STOVE'SANI ,
.. ida hejd and agreed -
,I' i. V* I If j legislature caucuses I gers of serious; kidney ] Vhen': TIH-'M:' MxrititMisivf I LOW PBicsrBROADWAY.
..". upon the-ir organization which will be |ills relief '" BFtYM _
f : Ueftll1nl1. .Buil. it1". 'f) ratified tomorrow. | i i. *6 near at hand.,and tht'most positive '

a .: .1 -w Fred Cpne unanimously! selected proof given that .thesa. ills can be cured, I s i 1 K I IS:; ;VH'MM'EE';. FL0121DAKeeping

- "J:I as' president of the senate and'Tt A. what I 1 '
> Rea4 a Kisgimmea citfieh says: ., I\ ,
'Jennings was.nominated for speaker of !
/ J. E Bass, Muffed ''
\ St., Kissimrnee
: house S. M
i the over Eugene
'r- COUUH( take ; JFIa.: says:' ':'I have
taken (
: For iliat LINtiEltlNti the clone vote of :37 to 33. A change Doari'8 Kd- I" "

] two: votes would have made a tie. ney fills 'off" and on during< \ the past It Up! t'a
NYAL'S WINTER COUGH SYRUP Charles Uayia was a candidate for J, five or -ibc years and I consider'\ them a upiwith
No keep< auttj
( nun.can .
the presidency; up to.this, morning/ j I remedy of-rperit. I had
kidney '
gnus unless> hii has his machine \
When. it being inevitable that he could Ifor.I
Contains' no )Morphine. orlpfunl<) foiiipoiintl. k t not win, he liotilled !big friends, that he several years andj; suffered intensely 5 lonku, jvcr t$ (;ry little while by '
from who
a J lame- nrtachmest knows
Hollcves( soreI1(',",. aii HI Irritation [ would remain no longer;;/ in the race. and aching back.Doan' . an "expert;
{< -. The battle for speaker was undecidedup Kidney Pills )Ha've been Very ill(... structure and..mechapism of
Heals", Iii(1aiiuMl( SIIes. I the '.taridard car from A to Z. . ,
to tiV- last minute, but all during beneficial/; io relievini'y ( -M .
trouble. '
J5 j ninlKISSIMMEE;))o()(' ",,izl'S. I 'It'
'" I i the day it ajipeafcd. r. that, the Jennings keep a supply in the hoitse al. hettn\ ? Expert Service ,

DRUG CO. i forces; there were cortident of success. )Jn- For sale by all dealer..")\Price M t1l. -L 7 tii Why not consult us on your repair *
I deed
was some surprise expressed -a
Foster-Milburn Co. Butra\lo\ n job1 overhauling. adjusting and"gcnoial .
1 thlat the vote did not exceed forty as \N. Y sole % work We have
..' oversight
had agents for the United
been expected. States.\: '
.7 -amts a reputation! to Keep 'uP- and we .
t | At a caucus of Mr. Angle.8: friends Remember the nameDoah'and
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I" I guarantee to please you
I late this afternoon he agreed to with take no other. -
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I draw and while the ballot wag secret it vANDERSON j 1'- ( 7r1'ct '
\ Gt.-'iff"iJ ; :
.' I I.was said that a majority !of his friends ; ,
went to Mr. Matthews, but it was too MIM.KH HI'lMMNc! ;(;, I'.UOAItWAY3NT.
SUCCESS THE SAME WAY i late. totem 'the strong tide which had ..

MON .... vet m early for Mr. Jennings. 1- TAILOR NC t -
/ --- BY- SAVING -
"., '- '> The senate caucus was organized ,...
( Do you .want to.1,.. Hurcc-sSQil? J Start:; saving now. Put )our money inSTATE i with a complete attendance, Senator' Is as art few I t; -
; Br/x>mi. tx-ing t .ade-pre"id<>nl by unanimous 1I &i JcT. L3 ..... _-=> .
BANK OF KISSfMEEWf vote Senator. McLebd 'nomi.nated NUM = -J.----r------o - - -- -. .- - etCUN'I'RAC'COR
F.ed I' Cone for president and I I

there being 1 MI opposition he was OAHLINOTON AYE : BUI f
J' have more Savings/ Accounts than anr.uthl.r Bank in chosen unanimously. I ( ) and I' : LDER> j
:1 _< )ceola County. x ', \" I Excel All Others in Kissimmmee.( .
Senator :StokesCas; ele. ted without
A Savings: Hank loaned] l FJtKK. J If you hnvi-n't pr"'ur..don. da the BKhT \
.., do BO at on'c... opposition president pro tern.Attaches 1 Cle nigo; Does General Contracting Building and Furnishes, Es -
l )
were selected an follows. RepaltlngBararains mates on Structures of an si/e, 01 Dimensions. neUier

ry. ARTHL'll E. DONWIAM. lr...West W H NORTON. .ahwr) Secretary, Charles A. Kmley; assitan't.secretary. it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Toanst\ Hotel.
I. ._ __ ___ ,
Jack Petersbill- !secretary, Ii'
Charles', U. Andrews; reading secretary. -Makes a Specialty of bOring ARTESIAN WELLS

It 1.l> :Smith; assistant r..ading"cre- I :in wmch he has mot-with the, greatest successof

,p tar> I K: I K.: PuppHI' ; engrossing secretary ': any man in Fionda.

.. : II. J. Peters, .nrOlllnlC M-cretary, \
W. H. ARNOLD A. E Leslie; journal secretary, Miss 1 I Give him your 'ivorK and ,t > ri
1.. Rosa liagirett)!: ; -ergvant-at-arms, K. A.Douglas I, :In all kinds of Real Estate. : wily' be well and quickly done I I'. 1 1SS1 111 IlK'f Fia. y

Contractor and Builder . messenger K. II. Seimrn, ; I Fire and Life Insurance and \
chaplain"" K.: H. Reynolds" donrkei j Armour's Fertilizers. Renting
;j, ;;' Jll'r'l -
-. Kul.iinks: W. It. I
r P..N. . .ND ETI..TE. FUN'.IiD' : janitor and Collecting Rents_a .
aN APPL/CA, : .TIQI' Nr pages Tracy liaker William ti' Hop-I,I Specialty. Taxes paid fo/ I
'11 "J" !;. i kins and! Brown Si-tterlin. [I Non-residents. .1-++++++++++++++.;.+++++++++.)0-1.++40+++++++++++++++++++++4-

> :.' r I guarantee my work. whey, '' to he M: All senate, attaches. were choncn. ,tacclamation '., +

Just as .contructe(1Tor. ',, the results af a caucus of- R- O. MEE I THE CASH STORE +
the holdoverheld at the adjournment ,
,'1'i.' .. b.oad.n i Kissiimtiec. Fin.
'p P O. Boa mc. llrpa ; +
1 oT the last sesswn. They, were .all i .... : '
I ... I' +
KlsSIMMlE: FLOHIIJA 1 pfuced\ in nommntion by Senator John-i .. \+ First Door. North of Post( fficc'

soh. : i :t ,- ..;.......... .' :T s:
: A call of the roll for the house <'au-I| j
__- A_ .. - I 7 cus tonight showed the entire membership i GUY PLATT'JOHNSON +t\ / There you will find SHOES, HATS, i .
) of seventy prevent.' + '
........................ .. John \Watson of Dad vas unanimously He. 6 Dunn Bids tlkelinj fli .: DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS:" all of best i JI

chosen as-c hairman and J. (i. I- +
EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH t quality and 1._ +
Kellum as clerk. r .oj'
ActlStaBdnrd OIl-Co .

.. : MACH: EROS_ I speaker I r Mr. Jennings in a forcoful was nominated and eloquent Ctir> ]I II .J.! (Jail Before Buying Elsewhere i

i ;i-peeciiby Mr. Dor man of Columbia. Designs for All]! Classes of Buildings, ... :

-: Livery, Feed and Sale Stabe : I __M?:.. Matthews was nominated! _by Mr. RESIDENCE WORK A SPECIALTY +l ++ t+++1F}++++4+++++++r+++++++++4'+t.>++++++++++++\+\ +++,
MacWilliams of St. Johns, who paid a .
Co. high'. tribute to his ability and II I- '
+ Agt. International. Harvesting + experience I "
'. -"Ss speaker! in 1907 and to his 37-Bmpd1mo I I.

.+'.:'ALL, IfINTS:: I3ZAVtt T ils7rINC: +. ,,: loyalty to all! thing D moerati.Qhere j
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was no-second( in either 'cause anditwas 1 ROLL .BASS'MARlffiTj
t -riew and first class. We render prompt andsatisfactory'service The! .
Everyth1n. decided to vote by ballot and not C. W. Griifin; I IF

day or night. Ijy roll call, resulting: Jennings 37, / ..

3 1 ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT .. I|, Matthews 33. I Bearden Building: One Block: fronT Depot '
Cn motion of Mr. Matthews the nomi- | F FAMILY GroceriesAND r

'c ,.: Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 T -I nation was made unanimous by accla'mat I I| I Fresh of all] kinds. -
; | 'lIOrHh-.ME-ATS \
.......................... For speaker pro tern Charles Dough-; "'I I and ( w* > jt

"- 1 arty of Volusia, and Glenn Terrell of FRESH MEATS

---- ----. ----- -- -- -- --- ------ ---- --- -- Sumter were nomination, the POULTRY..: .EGGS. FRESHFISH

ing a tilo, :35 each.J. Delivery Every Day at Any Hour Sjeeial.'llleUliou );o Phone Ordits ami Free
G. Kellum chief clerk unanimously Patronage Solicited
; assistant- chief clerk, Charles 0.1 I 'Delivery) lo all?)' jiarl o/ lIlt (',h 'PlJ89'i
Osceola Lumber North Kissimmee Phone No. S I ._ r'I
I Rivers unanimously; bill clerk, Pierre ) '11 I
Pratt 16, "George B. Dickinson 22 C. ..1 I
rt, rt I C. Epperson 32; second ballot' ,, Epperson \

49, Dickinson 21. Reading clerk,
C01I.pany.) Nat Walker unanimous. Assistant / :

reading clerk, W. B. Lanier unanimous -
'- Engrossing clerk, Eli Futch 43,
't A. S. York 27. Enrolling/ clerk, J. W.Bynum,19 J

and Cullen W. Edward. 28, Gordon -
Dressed Lumber I
Rough Smith 23; second ballot Smith 31,
$ Edwards 38. Recording/ Secretary, .

Charles H. Grav 42, J. W. Knight 28. fl1j4'
10. WINDOWS, DOORS Sergeant-at-arms'George/ E. Hawkins

""l 30, L. M. Griffin 38. It took foul bal. ;
lotsto decide who should be messen-

ger. There were four candidates: J.I
1Hq; NOVELTY WORKS W. Edwards, Victor. Lllewllyn, A. C.I

Hendry arid A. J. McCully. Mr. Ed- .

- GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL wards finally won, 41)< i to 30, for Mc ,

Cully. Doorkeeper, K. G. Driggers 18, I
e ,4' John Stok> ley 1, Jtrtin L. Wilkinson 6, I'
JIo .:t Free Delivry to All Parts of Qty j I JIor' S. P. Neeley 16, Robert Lanier 5, J .
Peavey 25; second ballot Peavey 30, ;;- .

;. Driggers 14, Neeley 19, Wilkinson 1;

.-. third ballot, Peavey :35, Neeley 17,
-----..,--------:------'-' ----- -- - ---- Driggers 15. Chaplain, J. R. Taylor I

....4............................................................... 3H, W. F. Moore 18, G T. Anderson 14, I r Poor ))llnullin; is mighty dear \at\ any i, rice III
Janitor, Eugene Hawkins 45, T. A.
E WHAT IT MEANS Morgan 23, E. S.; Kinner 2. There j fact it would prove dear if done lor nothing, some

I : Many people dn not know what a Bniik'i r"rII.lh'! or the difference (rtwern --'a"- were nine candidates for pages./ The times. Wlmt'slhe answer I Let us do( it, mid !do ftan
: bank of little or nu "VIt.1) mini nisi with a large capital" ji Russell
: winners were Uiy &6f. Leon,
)i t j 'A ILU'K'M. CAPITAL AMI; ,"KPI. 'BIn ib William Richard ofeDuval; 49 Carson I should" be done, and then it will STAY done.
J = the fund that protect tim ilepnfltori from I loK>),-ti' "fr"pfirt' the larger It ia the I .
i (re.prolPBctloQ tlio(ili-pOHltoni hare 1}hi'hank ban a a Walker 37, and Paul Stokeley 36. Only I
Capital of ivi.OTK) (oil i i one ballot was necessary. W. T.Rauskett .
t = l Times-Union.
= liability rpOptU) ( uo
A total Df. lI.l.1OO! Wr'I '
A = Tbla meani that we nnutkiHin, |i 11'>,no( eY = .. Tbla [ I.'OU.. aI CO.
brand new four room bungalow, .
I i STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE deep well, splendid water, large lot, S. L. LUPFER, Manager -
for sale 98OO.
= -orY i ;
__ 4o-tf C, A. CARSON. .
= KI ''pq'MEEp: LORfCA' '' ,
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t ; = C. A. CARBON J ( I Prealdeut t le.'rr. cant Caihl.r i Old papers for sale at this o ffice I I

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EASTER'" STYLES NOW IN The. Commission Form, .
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,;: . ' .' Tf
'\' Course .
-Oome .and I" see our B.. & .8. KNOCKER last. for Merj.! We I- Applied Galveston '

I "hive It in all styles, ana leathers;' also.many other styles for'tnetil. J ..} : .. < "

,1 .. y a You know Easter'is : r
I qulte.'near
to Mr. j. E Pound, who formerly supervision'1 and 'control.. .This office/ is'' t meansDress (
This week's 1 Is fo-r the Ladies 'II
special' . lived In Kissimmee and.Was part ownerIn now occupied! by H. C. Lange., r, "

-J: SPECIAL No.' 5 ': the Valley Gazette, we are! indebted A third member of the board Is designated : : 11. .

...' .1 ;, .. for the privilege of publishing the following 'commissioner of streets and S : ; Up

_. :/ ". -.-Ladiei'Gun Metal'Cibion Tie, all sizes article on the commission form public properly He has rupervision: ( ;. \
of government, a 'series of which lie la of all matters relating to the streets, I r
have togs
Special price $1.98 : We. the from head to
J' hia the Cordele Ga.) of . ,
'' running in- paper alleys, parka and other property the '
-. Regular ".. 3.00 Dispatch, written by Mr J. R. Horn's.-' municipality.> He looks after the street foot! ? for the whole family
... _. ,
J. ,. .04... editor of the Birmingham (Ala.)) ---
4'.tQ ------ - -- -- -- !ly lighting street cleaning, paving construction . "
i :; Ledger who, during tht fight for a I ot'' drains, etc., and sees that ; "
No trouble to show goods. We assure you up-to-date service.; :
. charter, revision in. his city visited all j public service, corporations live up to, C. '. . W. ne '"'\-' L. M WHIDDEN,N .& CJ3. the cities which had adopted the plan. the conditions imposed In the franchises ,
by : Although Mr'Pound is now living m for the use of the thoroughfares. He

.vs our sister state, he-still retains a.a-warm has (Under him the city engineer, the "THE STORE OF '
of .- ---' .-- ---- -- - -- '" -_. spot for Kirfsirnmee. and its success the city physician health inspectors, city
past two years has f been very gratify/-) I sexton* and all other employees of this .

ing to him. department The.commissioner in
..Ifair c' The article; follows : ____ charge -of this department is V. E. EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE ANNEX
,). ,
ncf 4 lie Simplicity is the keynote of-the Gal The fourth-commissioner' is known as .

ve veston plan of municipal government the "police and fire commissioner'" \ _

ve Carrle..a. Conflict Line of '. under the commission system. The'' He is charged with the enforcement of \ -

governing body consists of. five men, all police regulations and general super A BA1

DRY GOODS NOTIONS , the mayor-president and four commis I vision of the police and fire depart is one of the many modern conveniences
sioners. Formal meetings are held ments. The chief of police, police officials which is supplied by the plumbf r. The -
- .. FUR N I SH INGS-- .j once each week, and on these occasion , fire chief and firemen, and the best are 1nedium priced tubs 'which/we// furnish

\ the>\humbleal]'. citizen can come'forward I Judge'and clerk of the police court are Porcelain
- SIIO'ES mid CLOTHING and'l>prellent: any subject in which he under his direction. The occupant of t Lined or Enameled Iron

I may be interested. The commissioners I t'lis post, I is A. P. Norman. able.They are easily cleaned and very dur-
If e'
to build allow ,
I :you expect us
t '.. Can t>a ro..crl.. Inland FlorMa i with the mayor-president, gather The mayor-president, an office occupied 1 the opportunity to furnish you an
and .oelli them arouncTiTlBbTaind'-fousiness is disposed ; at this, time by Jqjge Lewis Fish- estimate and explain our..jyatem-..of-
r of'just as the directors bf a bank woulddischargetheir nominates the city attorney and city Tnodennplumbing.THE .
.. AS ,r _ tieeThere l Secretarynsile; I oinrer onicmls are"n 5m- "

CHEAPHOUSE oratory; no red tape, no star chamber Hated by the commissioners in each de PlONffR'PLUMBINGJHOP;
i II I proceedings. Everything is open sill! I ,partment. All are elected by a major OFFICE. PHONE t4. -

above board,-and the "citizens feel that ity vote of the board.( The recall is nota Broadway Klsslnace, Fl,*.
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they are as much a part of the government feature of the Galveston charter, but -1 '
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as the men who administer their any member of the board can be removed (-
'I COMPANY-I affair from office for official misconduct
This simplicity this entire absenceof t.runke! t'ss mcompetency, by

\ administrative red tape, has ceasedto proceedings befgre a district judge. \
Kissimnicc, Florida create in the public mind a feeling ofpropri..torNhi The commissioners are directors in
) Tourist TrainsTO
1 the full meaning of the term. They
r ,) in the government that ,", _
l find expression in the keen interest plan and! supervise while the actual

J. citizens of. all classes] take in the management work is done by subordinates. This
of municipal affairs.. The people ( being true, it is a matter of vital importance

KELLEY'S KELLEY'S KELLKY'S have been mad to understand that for the subordinates to be men "IHxIo' Flyoi-" a" "Palmetto Limited""Semicolh.l.imitPd" ,

U T.w the government belongs to them hot of character *il ability. As showinghow "FnTT., '
m to the poht'{'ianN--an,1, out of this these, men \\jir i chosen, one or two I'' : V KtOwlIa L't'd.; '

ONE POST CARD FREE r"p* I Knowledge! has come a zeal\ for progressand illustrations frotn') the department of ".Montgomery: Route'"South'AtlanticLimltcMl" leis York & }'J ijec al" -
patriotism( that is surprising to finance and rl'\.iue, will be presented)
.++ -1 with every pound of candy m one not familiar with local condition, I. H. Kernpnerk the head of this department "Const! Line Florida] Mail"

1Vhile.&he compensation of the commissioner is pre, dent of the Texas
+ c/3; of Galvecton in comparatively \Bank & Trust Company, the head pf

++ .\ One ieltProf the.wold.. "X111 I'' 'H"'I! .% small, the ,position is considered, onef the, Tocnl cotton exchiuige, president of ELECTRIC LIGHTED SLEEPING CARS
+ I Ito ('ard". When you Ret the word! "KF.l.LEY'S"' ) great honor, and t there has never a wholesale shoe liousX and of a cotton

+ made up.l byy"in't|' 'ntinB them to the City Fruit t tir been any difficulty about getting men firm. In selecting subordinates, Mr. . DINING CARS ,r C

+ t : Store you will receive one pouncl|
9.I. Brand Candy FKKK:! A pretty Sirloin-very; caul. m The mayor is paid $2KJ<)( ) per annum he was engaged in filling vacancies in

}t .r .,P ,' uuUJ ... rr1' and the commissioners $1,200 each his bank. lie deposited the money of For Rates and Schedules, call on or write toE
; .. .. ,...: r1m They are not required to give all of the city in a rival bank and designated M. NORTH J. G. KIRKLAND

.. Niemeyer & Wiley their time to the duties of their 4Ljnemb of this banking house as city A. G. P. A., Savannah, Ga. D. P. A.. Tampa, Fla.
. treasurer;: him merely nominal ?
is the case!> in Houston and Dallas, paying a
:I.t I IF Ih It x cJ.; nor io! the p >pie w> alder such a provision sum. He made an expert accountant T. C. WHITE W. J. CRAIG ,
.. I' SAa11 I l 1 SAa1'9J SAa11aJ either wise or necessary. They city auditor, and, filled every other position :- G. P. A.. Wilmington N. C. F. T. M., Wilmington. N. C. a

hold that to make such provision is (Vp under him with the best available -

I Ir ,___ __ __ __ n .. _ _ -_ '------c bar ome-<5f the best business men in- men- Without knowing the politics of IGtY.t1Gt.t7t3ti0Sy0t/yrt% t tOtiGtXa000tOtOtyOtlflty0tl000tG
the community tram office and to bring' one man-and without caring anything 8 A. CARSON. J.-A. CRANFOR1D.. B. L, LUPFER.
1 about a lower order of service. The about this phase3" of the subject-he President: .' VlcPr t .ldent. I saratars.,

: I" people of bee> Moines, recognizing the named a republican for. a place*. This .
.. SilleenThousandAcresOF force. <>f this suggestion, eliminated raised a howl, but as the man was thor I. '

this feature from 'Its plan.' There the oughly competent,. protests were ignored KISSIMMEE LUMBER '>- '
duties of the office are such'tJ.'at: the and he remained on the job. ec ;
"I "Fitness." This is the watchword in .
full time of the commissioners is required I '
: : but they give it by consent instead every department and the fact that it .
of requirement.: is made( the prime requisite for a place, ,
> and Dressed
.iJ has had much to do with the highly successful Rough e.
J MUCK HAMMOCK PRAIRIE and TIMBER LAND "What feature of the commission
,, ] results obtained under the new
plan do you think is chiefly responsiblefor
Including the Farrous; Scuthport its success ?" plan. PINE LUMBER j
In addition to the great constructive
Replying to this question the average
works carried on by the commissioners
ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT GROVES citizen of Galveston] will say : "By the of Galveston, such as rebuilding pubfic I _
definite in which it fixes responsi
way .
structures, paving streets, raising the i
bility. grade of the city and erecting the HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYsoeSOtIOtYY.rtiqotsGtGeyOtAS70LaoR
FOR SALETogether Speaking upon this phase of the sub. great seawall these officials have

- y'l'' 'l' jest Mr. E.- K. Cheesborough, who is brought about numerous reforms which

-- '" regarded as the local authority upon have served'to remove Ga veston from GeARrC.t% tYxyOtrotrOt j,

w entire stock of Cattle ahd Horses of the Lee- a.r- the commission l system said : the: list of hopelessly] bad towns. Un- ..-------- ,

son's Cattle Co. Although the live stock can be:; "' 'drrl I-aSEd "Upon the commission plan the mismanagement der the aldermanic:: system the residence /
j of a department is promptly districts were overrun with saloons and
separate from the lands and houses.
laid at the door of the neglectful dives of various descriptions; policy .

For Information i Call on commissioner, not only by the public gambling went on practically un I

\ i Address JNO. -M. LEE, Kissimmee, Flaor ,-' but by 'the mayor-president and other checked and no attention was paid by 1

i I 1 members of the commission. This the officials to these violations of the
knowledge of personal responsibilityand law. Tne commis ioherssuppressed
-- .-- -- -- -- ---- - - watchfulness each commissioner kOJ1E\
ti causes the policy evil, rim the saloons out of -- I
to take special interest and to
a the residence: districts and away from
J feel a special pride in the proper management the schools and carried through other

GLENN R'EAGIN= of his department, realizingas reforms that served to elavate the
he must that the good as well as the moral tone of the community.

ADVERTISERS bad quickly becomes known to his associates Aftar,eight year of commission rule, i
(... as well as the public." Galveston is a splendid growing community "

i xi X The mayor-president and the commis' bearing few scars of the tern(. i. ,

.... We prepare and olace copy \.. sioners are elected at l large every two tie] storm which almost wiped it out of :
We compile and print booklets \.... years by the voters of the entjre city. existence ten years 'ago, and having w
We sell Bulletins! about it no evidence of the municipal
CALENDARS, Signs _, At the first meeting after their election
N corruption that came so near involving t ,
I Boards and Advertising in 'Leather,
or as soon thereafter as possible,
.. Celluloid and Allyminum. it into bankruptcy. The citizens freely
\ x they designate from among their number credited the results to the efficiency of W -
who shall be at the head of the the commission system, and they see 7
nothing in the fact that
surprising: men
tariou.r-dt" artments. A commissionerof ,-#
come there almost daily seeking light .
finance and revenue is first chosen. on this new scheme of government, or
He has charge of the office of the city that city after city abandons the alder? i
tax assessor and collector, the city manic system to adopt the plan which LABEL, MADAM,

TAMPA ? SUITE 4 & 5 FLORIDA treasurer and. the ity auditor.' He is has City accomplished of the Oleanders.! such"miracles .in "The I MEANS FIRST QUALITY".

also charged with the duty of keeping ,
t BANK OF TAMPA BUILDING informed a8 to the finances of the city I I.1 Look for the "Quaker City"

and with the assistance of the other label In ..
red and blue
members must the annual I ..... -
-- -- - -- - prepare ,
budget. This hignly important office '* = '.. \ (l',\\ -! I.. where on every bag or barrel of p

is now held by I. H. Kempner, one of in/arori's.;;:'re:;......ioJ none i7jf" genuine Quaker> City"' Flour. fn '
...1- L. MARSH Co. the _too'I',,, MN N..Iw, MIn Soilf Pled ......... -V._
most financiers in the
I prominent .
M.D ofk I SL's Vlln" nuMuMwtk ..... k.. "TM.Y.. W, "Ik ,AU', 'T''' It is your guarantee direct from
He is 'at kom. fcm>* mujf ,4 34Mene Ml ,
city. the head of a large PoMllry .11 In-I uJ .,........ aridp.M. re
IN PINE LINE banking institution and; is also presidentof era, ,"ua Cu.aa iun, (ail Not M.row?eea.....\,.No.11 weer. I wt n. & the miller=that there's FIRST
three other important enterprises in .% ;,:'u from ny.nun.Y.k.U.u N;.;: ';: ::-: I
'' QUALITY flour inside.
\ + ..n"...N...... ,,,' )>....,. .. on, wwnn"W 1 I ,
Galveston. ,
1f"IF"' t"ounc"N..hl.I ll' 'MI'ye'
.,. .
M tiftn' ountf M c*of RifUuU tx u* one lt> I
I Another commissioner is elected head >wnof MoMhpcpprf itM *5 tMM ii...., ''**>' T
: : .
I of the water works and sewerage de. Ifnot wiiblBOoiv any rclunilrdDISINFECTANT COTAMPA. I \ QUAKER CITY FLOUR. MILLS CO. ,
partment. He has under his immediate FLOMIOA. ;t

(oj.. I I _.F qJ DELIVERY to all parts FRESH of tbe city.i AND PURE Prompt and courteous- attention.T charge operation the construction of the water, maintenanceand works plant ..tea' .).'..._..'.r.ay.":RATSAULT_-_...._..._.....'"-'n.' I ., PHILADELPIJIA <:.. rn

  • " N'f'; sewerage system, all employeesin ) ,.IY. .
    these departments. being under his .,
    i iIr '
    .I' .'.M f
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    T > Kissimmcc OLD CO veers'of age. The; funeral will''be impossible: to say )ju r what da .will -';',- --- :- (,

    : f Valley Gazette jwOGRAND MEN held at 3;;IO p. m. 'today from the house 1 I be ready, but, it II 1 be rfy1i7ahort I,
    Pallbearers will be
    : ''. "- .. from the :,tirne The worltefNPoipiling and .
    ,. !Masons of l1i11 borough Lodge, of which I'
    --"" Editor and-Prop'r. - printing, each' a publics on Is a mum i F
    < W'111. HARRIS, \ William M. Evans i i. <5raiid' Master moth
    r Editor. Kev "Smith | undertaking, fend white] we. d-'; That Peculiar '
    Associate :
    S. .1. 'AIP.P TT '' Harbin of the. Heights
    .'t band Useful'lives Are plore the! delay!
    : '.- ""'..' After- tong .MethcyliKt church,, will officiate at.the I,could] we feel more than the public"anyone- eke .
    sure will-be.
    t '1' ; ., '" PUBLISHED 'EVEIIY 15RIDAY:; : Called to Their Home in the ,funeral service. ,I conijjensatPd by the splendid! advertise- .
    Office,In Va.lley 'qazelte'; B\liJdi1g! : Mrs. Evans-is J survived! by ajiusband, 1 will afford this sec.Uon.. r h
    { | AboJe.Uielyln J. J. EVlln ., ,
    Heavens tlip jTollowinjrchildren! . .. and Flavor
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    'f'' ,,: KISSIMMJJE. OKCEOt.A {VUNT1( 't"" I. William M., Charles,', Marvin, Miss. t. ::l' -.--,- -- Mamie ;
    : -- and Sidney pt Tampa, ojy Mrs. Mary' Ann Tyncr.
    KATES: Kobort M. Evans, of i .
    . SUBSCRIPTION Tdirma on the 'night tApril.2 >{ principal the! llifcn '
    / : I *
    . . ,.$i 00 School at Jo'IIL.- The<< *ngel .of death hWagain,
    KisHimmoi', !
    OM copy on* y r ,- ... ? 1911 J. WILSOv Al>RRIi) l/C. in :: Tampa visited '. .
    OM_Pl'. lOb. month. -. '. 60 I j Tribune. : the homo .of Mrs J. w:: of"
    \ . --.-' -.-"--- --;- the l Mtli f year of his Age: in Atlanta Sylvester Found in the fincst'biscuityrollscalhe
    '" 1 .ire.t, from our +mh teed All eoiT,mart. IMI iriirnod Lithe wrIKTRvjwUd $J IIN, in the Snd! year of Ins age. '.the day: on Wedr.t'sd"y out of. respect Aunt Marv Ann Tyntr, 'S8. eOO was the purity'
    usually etc. is. due-to absolute .
    l irmttcr will nut be rrlurtiinl unli'm.Udfor. I j to 1'rofenBor( ' Evans. I I culled. -1- : ': . ,
    Aunt Mary.Ann departed! this life at '
    \..r r I J. Wilson Aderholt E o'cldck a. m. on the. thnf March, fitness and accurate combination
    .Latent.: < et mall the PnvtIltlre. In Kliulninie. 1. a.Y I IWtix; l born .in 182! (> in IeKall) \ ,'nunl\.1; 1911, and her remains were laid to rest _
    / =on" spent. in and nr-Mi'ml Mnroii.I In ]111I" '' alii h. She has lived devoted Christian I II ingredients ;.r.;
    Friday, April 7,., 19 11V Seen at the Opera House lift a number of and hadlassed
    i |nmrried 1 Hiss! Illtrrw .1. \Yligner. on I years,
    -- -- - 'i'of that c'H.v, with whom he )liveil anti I the (' . her 82nd year. She ]I'yarned Grab Royal Baking Powder.
    t: her ili-nlh, wMi-ocourieil, in' :IsS.l." : I li'IHKii ,J 17th and 18th. just as long as she could xiieaR.und. with t Jr t .'' ....
    v > he again/ married, tint-/ time to Mini" The. \the 1 His. praise. upon Her lips her happy' soul
    i Is Sent Complimentary.Partien Mary J. / Cross, also of Mucon. 'Ill' /j ;zone Company engagement: Florida's of PeruchiiTMtyj ; 'Favorites.(\ -,. croon took( i it+ upward flight to receive the The best things, in took-

    .i5ing'thin 1 leaves two children M rl<. Green of tlm' Itt the House she had! won. We kijow) thatshe
    . i : paper Opera' on Monday and
    1 1'rudAdvlalt.I thirteen.HesrcliH is happy and as we lookup itaeems! made with '
    'I"JlY.llnd < always
    Tuesday are
    nights, 17th
    April arid
    susrrlbers; ) 18tn, ery
    i if
    w['Jio are lint regular he him two grandchildren( livingin : I I will Up welcome the as we can almost see lier'oerkoifing
    / news
    must mil think I lint it IK the in. Culifornia. .to amuse- hands and hear her.vgiC saying :
    qu'ut-Iovmgpeolle of Kismmmve.. During :
    j Powder.
    t ntion "jf \the publishers 10> 1 later\ He went through( ill| the 1 scones of this engii the company willpresent I shiiie i" the light of God ,. Royal Baking .
    demand of I thern) i tin subceripUOu|> the Mexican. war', making fur himself a 1 two famous plays both being !His. im'wjje stamps. my brow; ; ain
    tint record as a ,soldier lie, wan among/ 'universal favorites amt! Mr. 1'eruchi My feet\ through the valley of death Hence its use is universal
    it in mailed t I't them compliment .
    price, l a$ the first to enliM in the First Georgia'l! has. Iroy"t.-.I|> J both productions wjth at- 1 have .t rod
    d (try by our Hoard of ( <01111-> regiment when t tclash|) h<*t Wet-n, ) the J Ira(tive and, fitting stage settings On I 1 reign in glory now.
    i- ty Corrimi, ..M<>iier< fur the purpose 1 stales caiiijv" lie fought through the | the owning, night the great comedy- Ye friends of t my mortal years. the most celebrated

    of-HcqOaTiTTfiTJt them\vitli I t Iomany our yearn o? Trn-Civil war raid,) at its. | drama, "The Iron MSwter," will b... pre'n fhe trusted and the true; o'O O
    i- -- and! opportunities i ci>ncliit) a- w..r- You still are walking through the valley restaurants iffvthe homes :
    1II\'Imtltj1 ,
    | honor, flr1i| bravery. - and inspiring' plays uf tears.
    I this town -iinil I rminty ollYrUielmmeseekcr. ; After fuilnif'; in Ixisiness at Jlacon\ in till| the American stage;;ever in; fact presented it has But I wait to welcome you. of thepeoplewherevere'c-

    The paper will IhKO. ) Colonel Adorliolt, came, to Florida | long been( Hndetrc(1( the ideal play of A Friend.

    he (nailed fur it few weeks to JUlY settling; ul KissirnmiH'Vh i all the> comedydramas.Kmce its firstprnjluctn *
    : l I
    grew to several" hundred! he erected! c a( Jicious vholcsome food is appreciated.
    person, whose mime in jive" IIH, I hotel\ ) known as. the. "'K i...Kimnief. Hotel./ " equal' its success many. with have other/attempted plays of. to Passion Week Services.At ,
    nod if lllif.v should. <1 desire lei receive 'Tin hotel was destroyed, hy 'lire in 1-s.s.i. similar a
    but all
    nature, they have proved
    ( Methodist church
    *r I if nnularly thereafter, we Next: ('ol. Aderh'ill" eintuirlteU III the j, cojnpawiti\4 f JuhireH, The, 1.18Yc.ou11 ,WJll conduct, survives next weekjlit'pastor

    " would t l.i' /glad to (I\t' them mi our drug liiisiness.of Allerholt dolnt Alturle luisincss' .under I the all the el incnts that go to makea night. every. Royal Baking Powderis
    name- ,\ luring/
    suhrrfptx.n, list ut 1 he "r,'|>ulnr. this. tune he held ninny .political olfices.tration deals popular., comedy-dr.tma. The story We wish. in these. discourses to follow
    | a ijucstioii that interests our Itlensed Lord Jesus th the
    frfi forsn
    t-iix of
    eec-iIm rq.h.
    rat $1'i..r'"I'! T. -t.f'tt't..t'-ftt H..I..n'I..r
    ,,. errrytrtHand it is powerful in its. in last .
    for the week of Ills life In tau- body, sold in civilized
    menthe. The, every country
    tensity. comedy, and there is ,
    Hegnimngundity ,
    : horning, April
    was :iitnone; the first' to settle" Kl-; : of
    .-""m...', hllllilir.g/ till'III ",','o'HI' hollvc. nil ,j 11'1'r.plenty' ( "The It. Iron is unusually Master"h'l'llthllllld ifnds 9th! on "Th Triumphal En.try nt the world over. '
    : preeminent eah night service we Will take His
    I 1110 .site. He was. a IciUlcr in 'tliegiowthand : up -
    uniong thepljijsof its!- class. 1ul>ors o( that day u/itil the
    (j hundred for one i I" the pr rent. development of the cilj-( II lit! was and when once seen will neVer be fllor- Hilli,, the morning subject will Sunday be. "He It i. the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape
    , .: who 11I'11 ,11 want' ml m the for I ,I'PIII those I I I gotten. The. sanity can )hi-, said of the, IH Risen / Cream of Tartar.
    o\d"I\'IIo..II"\I.! Later flchel'1thh, .Mice" of .i>u >erixor,
    I \'all)*)' Gxu: '110. If \ j | play to lie |>|-egentcd on the second night: You are cordially, invited to each of .
    try it. ,*, (if regixtrhtion.. Meciuise of his interestand the Os- :I luf the erlgagen,.'nt. Where is there a the'-e' m-rvices.' J Royal Cook Book-800 .Receipt! -Free. Send Name and AddT U.
    encouragement / theatre goer who".. not heard of 1)i
    en- ,
    I ceola county N eat he has been tilted I I 1|i W./H hunk I'ai-tor. ROYAL BAKING POWDER (0. NE.W YORK. ,
    Now I"ltt'III"r Iti\nn, hay hold of ,, man Thompson's great. lural comedv. ,
    i- th"-tilliT. u.. may "-"1"1| | tin- government j "The Father ; ntlnr0. It can be truly said' that there iihardlxa T -
    ,y. to make tin water roulo from For the l1''1 Iwo'year1he. )m" hrcn 1 Ill liii. wmimn or child 1 in our ]land who J II
    1 K iMMifiiifn'1-. ; Port Myers na\ 'liable |luniK( at )NIL; 110. West HilkliiiioiighI .has not heard of "'11'hrttill. ]Ilnmslvd.| i LOUD ,
    the y"Hr round. 1 I street' Tantp... t l...n..f lo- ,daughlerMrs. ); : the play' that ha. hrltught! I tears. amt! A t
    t. ] . C. I B. Green lw..I".d".dal'III" l.ingliter to more people' than any such Kiin-a_, has", u.d| 'it l fureu, : '> ID hi- Siiiin-| >.. \ :.s-I|iiiii-d.i II < porter, ,
    for t .wn orromniMnity a.f eighty/ fourears' jiresi-Mteil ni the American stage a huge ,practice" I.iT-oK, M-\I'II grlun.; S S\dnev" Pullet' :Stan AII.UTMMI ant ...
    What lire doing your He the 'harll'r'
    you drone Aii" only remaining' ..(try full of pathos and! tenderness' and piitaspermganate. in our ounciul' din, (Il'r) I IJIuiirdMedaini: IWtj-r. Sr. .
    ?! l Ifu nut he a I of No
    FneiKNl'iip l In oftheKnights
    ocher. hut a work ul'cumfdy. The Old | colt, Correspondent| ] or Apply G. ""Andd-oi.' '' :
    *hirk r, or k of tins,,
    ncigMxtfhoodne. I I'jtliuisof city a I II nines. lead is without ijnefctUMi the mot and take teaspiM'' >nful dnsi of the Miliititin Tin1, I.ingston :\1"1"-1, t Parsonage
    .r)1'' halite town number of the members of which
    I large
    "Ii ,I .I"uld'C' ] universally\ popular, of all our play's'l'bw add water tii. each, duse Kepeitt has riTdVed Ms 51.1-1,11,1, l ami of plasterand .
    elkce of I his IIIK world j on his Comrade and !Mrs. ,
    > / met remains at I the I station on Hollowny)) und
    .. .
    : will be> the first time' that eitherof 111 one hour if not relieved,, will KIMMI he ready for the finishers. -
    1 t x,+11. DrSoto County News. and laid them to rest IJose- their talented I ,
    Tuesday in an distinguished daughter '
    I thc'Rereat. plays have been presented / Col.! Sterritt (>If Troy (Ohio, hit. arrived Il m strictly modern; mid hits arereptlo
    hill with the beautiful I andimpressive Dr. Mollowa' left for their .
    cemetery > here, and both productions will belaborately !: in town and! expects to become | I hall .purlin;, dining room and
    -S There he, Home members of t tl>e rites of that order, in thepresence ern home on Thu of .
    may I staged.>: (IA number ofspecialties one us.The kitchen" on the tir-t fI'Hlr> and four tt't.IrllOI1l
    present feRiBlature who are a little .of a large concourse ol sorrowing -' will tie, introduced by Mr. The W. C. T. r. will hold! a parlor historic Kunnj rneile hotel will, curd hath on the second floor':

    more strong in the oratory line than is friends, I'eruelii and Miss! Gvpzene; ', during/ botherforrnances meeting on Mon lay afternoon at 2:30ilrs. :: open, its hospitable doors, to the .publicon j The lower tory.. 11 of brick and the upper -,
    the gentleman from Onoeola but for) ... . : In The Iron Master. at the, home of Daniel. Kveyr this Friday -..nll1//(. A dance and one, of hhinglcn.. There are front
    ( downright common sense: and roundjudgment Alfred Iverson.Gen. Miss Uypzene will he seen" in two widely body invited. I other amusements will, he enjoyed and and hack pord lieand, other ,pleasant

    h..U|l skin the rniijonty of'em dllf"r..nt.c'haract..rK that show to advantage Mrs. Mollie ppenaier and" Mrs. I.I.a buffet luncheon served.A l. 1 featuresirnradt'. .

    j; I ; comin' and (foin'. Alfred IverHuu came to KieBim- ,. her great versatility. .. Agnes/ Lirer-Mqr have been appointed' | i jolly hunting and fishing/ party lefton I ( '' Ycatnian of ('arvlluua passed,
    -- - mee about ago and has aids of the Wom/ n'a Relief/ Corps. Saturday afternoon for the fishing/ to 'tlu 1 higher life Ii tin Wednesday at 12

    The vegetable grower, of Florida are lived here continually: eve!: since until Our Special Edition.(! Mrs. Mary F. I Degran has receivedher and hunting grounds about eight miles. o'clock niKin.' The funeral services'
    annually robbed out jf enough money about eighteen months ago when he out, and camped, one night. Th..y..r.. were hell I I at the hoiHi-: onafternoon\y
    crooked commission merchants in went to Atlanta to live with his To the many enquiries) as'to-when appomtmen't special aid to th"'l joined <5rf- Stinday morning hy rheirladi's at 2 u'clock/' (...\ .
    Northern bv cities u fair dividend His home while here"was our Special Edition will be ready lor national president of the W R C. ': and all had' a delightful lish fry. | Westcot t I pastor of I ifrrl.i, \ mgst
    On aJl the capital toiay invested in truck at Single Creek three miles west ofKissimmee I distribution we desire to savthat the The followi K antidote vjfaa given: the They returned Sunday evening laden I Memorial/ : /- t farina in thfs state, and they will con- \ where he owned! an extensive .' copy and cuts are now in the hands of writer for snake bites, and has never with flsh anal garrie and were delighted the services at thi lioilHe unit also at
    tinue to be robbed! until a complete organization orange grOve. the printers and the work is being beenjknowh> t.| fail. Dr. S. G. Stewart, with their two days ouling. Among the grave.. The. :Mt-thodist chair, ren-
    on their part is effected General Iverson never sought public pushed With all possible speed. It is who 13 a prominent physician of Topeka party the were. Messrs.! / J. W. I dere, l several, beautiful selection", .

    made of the trusteesof ,. ..
    -- --- - office, but was one \
    -- ---- the county bonds that were issuedto ,

    , I While school boards throughout the build a court house and was the only '
    S State'are spending large: sums of money one of the trustees .that served until .1.ilA
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    onr buildings; )little attentioD ,is paid to the last bond was taken Up. "t.
    ' play-grounds. It Is said that thousands lie was a veteran of both the Mexican . )'

    '. of children still live in neighborhoods and Civil wars and son of the' late .

    'I 1 where public play-grounda unknown. Alfred Iverson United States Senator !
    ::1'-"t'\Vithout these children, cannot ie expected from Georgia -In both wars General A GOLDEN HARVEST OF GOLDEN FRUIT

    to grow up straight and strong. Iverson distlngui8hedaimaelf/ for bravery
    At least anlcre of ground near every! in many battle, personally capturing
    schoolhouge1 in Florida should be net the only major-general taken by

    I ;apart and improved for a playgroundfor the.. Confederates, General Stoneman.The .
    pupils' Lot the older puople use membereof General Alfred! Iver- ;:
    the parks but make playgrounds, for son Camp, of Confederate Veterans in 1000 BOXES ORANGES ANNUALLY.
    J \ f }the chjlilprn' School boards should this city which was 110 named in his r

    think of this mattei' 11 minute and then honor tell many tales of the General's
    ct. Gainesville Sun. heroism and daring during the war and Can Easily Be Increased .50 Per Cent by the Application Methods ,

    ---.. -- .-.-- say that no 'man ever went upon the
    --- battlefield with a feeling of less fear; \ I

    1 bsimmC'1'election has, and recently han chosen held a Mr.municipal 11. that In modest private he manners was a,man but of when exceedingly the- A proposition that will pay 25 per cent net on" the investment \

    Stanlord to be The election
    C. mayor.
    vote and the time came to rder a charge he immediately ,
    rood-sized ,
    brought out a ferociousness that

    a '1, with Totes man chosen a of big his majority to chief over executive the The combined.Gazette won was last rifle only displayed shot calmed had when died the away sound in the of.dis the 1 140-ACRE FARM 25-ACRE GROVE /' BEARING

    official tance. While he was a stern disciplinarian
    l'l i tells that the newly elected came ,
    i' he never turned a deaf ear to the
    Kissimmee twenty-six ago
    to years soldiers and
    of his
    \ cares sorrows

    with of energy a few dollars and enterprise and a great and amount is now justness was noted in for all his matter absolute either fairness in and his 25000.00 CASH =====

    one of UIK leading merchants of Florida.
    military or civil life. There was nocommander .....
    That the new man will continue to keepAw clos..rhia
    Ktssimmee on the high road of progress: to men in or the who army was who obeyed was more 140 ACRES OF THE MOST EXCELLENT HIGhI'HAMMOCK ;: There is a good six-room house on the property a large

    cannot be doubted. -Times-Union. willingly or freely; he never gave an LAND IN THE STATE LOCATE!) NEAR well-built barn and all other Out-buildings necessary for a
    s .
    \ = = = --"'- ---- order to charge but what he was in the well regulated farm. All farming implements now oh the
    fit seems necessary to repent that ex- lead. He fought his foes to the death. A HUSTLING TOWN NEAR RAILROAD STATIONAND farm go with the sale. ,
    Senator Taliaferro is a member of the but his prisoners always received just ON GOOD ROADS. ?

    national monetary commission by election and humane treatment. Three elegant building sites on property. The farm would
    and not by the appointment of either General Iverson's old Georgia; command 25 of which is in trees 200 homes.
    50-Acre make elegant
    the president of the senate or the the fetiV remaining members ofwJTich Orange odd three{
    president ofthe United States. The laid his remains to rest in Oakland fine budded trees just coming into good bearing. This groveis .:
    law crelting'the commission provides cemetery Atlanta, Will builtl a now producing ten thousand boxes o ,fruit per annurrvand With irrigatiorr.'which "ill be an easy matter to install this

    I that its membership shall be nonpartisan monument over the grave of their with modern up-to-date methods can easily be made to grove and farm- can be made to pay 50 per cent annual "
    S in the sense) that it shall not be chieftain-their leader in war, their :: the.investment. The farm is .
    $ confined to '& produce 50 per cent more. Has one of the Scup- profit on most admirably located -
    S 5 members of the senate; elected Senator friend in peace. pernong grapevines in the State/and many other varietiesof for easy irrigation. The lake for the water supply. I

    t Danish and on his death chose Senator It is a coincidence that these small fruits in sufficient quantities to supply the home. the natural elevation of f the land and the fact that two "

    , 1. Taliaferro to represent their party. two grand strange old men should be called to "Y. .. spri'njbranches;/; run through the property into- the lake. .


    Senator facts be clearly TaliafeJro shown requires to the their final rest within two days of each This property is located off a chain of Florida's most beautiful affords the best of drainage. Irrigation has three advantages \

    i f people,of his elate.TimesUnion't ) other for according to the statement lakes: the farm .has a lake front of its own that is which should be considered : and easy installment on
    . of Major Sidney-HerbertLof. Maitland, of the this property should be considered value of
    The nature inYthe the
    =----"- - ---- -; :: they were the only surviving soldiers of worth the price askecLfor the property. same
    y F Good Laws Suggested. the Mexican war of 3H4G who enlisted land is what is known as high hammock wonderfully rich ]Irrigation will absolutely assure the crop, increase the vol- ;

    from the State of Georgia. They had deep soil&s t is evidenced by the nature\ of the growth' with ume and improve the quality.
    t' Florida's next governor, but who w both lived far beyond the time allottedto which nature has covered itirand old oak trees; tall
    now serving the state in .the office of I man of three score and ten years- THIS IS WITHOUT DOUBT THE FINEST BARGAININ
    a 5 attorney generalHon.; -Tark Trammi-ll both honored and revered throughouttheir stately hickory nut trees : beautiful, graceful palmettos.The .
    -has recommended to the legislature long and useful 'I lVI'S. The ranks most magnificent Natural Park that can be found in REAL ESTATE THAT CAN BE FOUND IN THE

    ', some exceedingly good-ami wholesome of those. who wore the gray in the the State.In STATE. Here you can buy a place that it would requireat

    laws, and we hope some of them. will memorable days of 'fil 1 1 are'fast being t > least 20 years to develop : a place 'thit wd! ; pay RIGHT

    be favorably acted upon. Some of therecommendations I depleted, and in a short time, a very I addition to the 25-acre grove, there is 25 acres all NOW 25 per cent on the investment. An ideal home that
    .4 that the minutesof
    are short last of those who
    time, the tine
    the several state hoards be published; with rifle and sword, carved the word cleared for general farming and this soil will raise ANYTHING will pay all the expenses of a large family and leave a

    1 \ l a branchy of agriculture i in the "Confederate" oft> the pinnacle of 'fame that can be raised ANYWHERE. handsome balance.
    public: schools; letting the state printing in letters as indestructible as time itself "
    l contract for four years (at (present will have passed over the river and I

    j l the life of the contract is two years) ; enlisted injthe army commanded uy the I
    "'f .W repeal'? the railroad land 'grant statute; Great Jehovah-there there will be no i
    ", liability; abolish examination as to fitness for they are I
    I-- .. law tkehnicalidies; abolish the rule of men who have lived clean lives noble I HUGHES & MONTGOMERY
    4 unanimous jury verdict: ; making an indecent | lives, brave lives. There are no grander ,
    I *. assault upon woman a capital ",. nor !purer souls. in heaven than those
    crime; enforcement of the child labor of J. Wilson Aderholt and Alfred Iver .
    law by the appointment of an inspectorequalization ;; son. SUITE 3, GIDDENS BUILDING ., .
    of taxation and dozens of

    others, all in the Interest of the people. Death of Professor vans' Mother.Mrs. TAMPA EFLORIDA
    The recommendations of Attorney- v
    General Trammell! are but an index to Louisa J. Evans, one of the best .
    ( 's 1 the character of the man he Is o' the known women of Tampa died at 11:45: .
    j' people and for the people, and the 1 p. m. ".t..rtlay at her home, No. 308
    fX-r people will elect him Governor of East", 'Vanceiji avenue after an \Illness

    ,ilorida to succeed Albert W. Gilchrist. I of several months. Mrs. Evans was .. '
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    ;- : THe Klssljnrcee Valley Gazette The Rev.. David D. Kidd will hold Another evidence/olf Klssfmmee'a .. I -
    Mr. :
    I t. services In the Episcopal / church on growth IIhe lad/that the Southern M. H. Peters of Cheraw, S. C.,
    1 TELEPHONE NO./ next Sunday, } was-a visitor in flits<
    1f., Morning prayer, sermon Express Company w shortly\ week
    put on a Mr. Peters
    'and.holy, communion' at 11- /'clock. delivery wagon and/ eliver all had former y purchased a '
    express tract of
    .I I 'land at Killsi met Park and Are Y toBTh d?
    FRIDAYt packages to any iSart of the city- \ Going
    a "ssed
    : If sell' xpr himself
    .4' PUBLISHED EVERX, you want to buy or anything convenience: /. that/ has long been a hia (Utwejl'I pleased with.
    -BY- you will find our classified! columns the i irt holdings and-WTW h .exJHdl to Improve
    necessity this/ fast
    .W., B. HARRIS.' I'' best means of getting in t< uch withHlic. / growing and his Ian /goon and possibly be a j
    \ ,trading public\ ,. They all .r -aj 'em. prosperous/ citizen.. Mr.. Peters' daughter, Mrs
    ." --- -:::-.::- --: =-: ;---c----J . : Horn
    ; :
    I Mr. ;c C.: W.. D'nn the 'also owna quite a large I I .'
    tract at
    iind enterprising ; .
    ..--.... Mr. Mrs XX W., Dunn and Mr.: dry goods .Imerchant is Kissimmee Park, II (
    and.Mr installing some allaD -d-: :.. N
    II E.Cole
    : motor out to St
    Cloud lat evening attend a meetingof handsome! plate kfass Sign In his show The editor of the<--Va1JfY Gazette I F ::,
    Weather Report .windows, ,and hfs ordered the fixtures indebted is
    the Eastern Star' Lodge n that city. for an up-to-date) cloth- awning to b* bunch of tQ. Miss Jean Caldwell for a ro- s I i' .,

    Mrs Wm :Moore, who! spends the placid in ('frant:>> ; 6f his store, in lieu of left at this offi eiyesterdayPB'All qr ./.1 e .
    ? : 1
    the .,' ;;
    , . Following are the:daily temperatures winter months in this sec ion, left on i the present wooden structure.which colors of.the: rainbow "
    and Tutesdajt:j heraummerho eat Salem, ; \\pl be torn, aw y: in the banquet, and the went'office represented\ -, .a J
    precipitation as was filled -
    .J. reported by the} Government III. tJheWTII I return here in ovember. 'Mrs. Marthi' J. Wilson, who spent with their fragrance. Miss Caldwell 'is I t .-: 'ii"! C. ')
    tile an experienced florist _ _ II tj ,
    . station at Kissimmee for the ,Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Fox of "1l1.mpa)10 winter in this city, left for her pleasure in and takes great .
    \\" were the guests of Mayor and home at Fairmont, W. Va., on>Tues- beautiful growing the rarest and most ,- ," .
    .. week ending April, 1911.: Mrs II C. Stanford a coups of days. fail. Mrs. Wilson, will return here this, in which she is always -I % lin'e'A.,

    , .. this weekleft for home oti Tuesday' and will probably make her permanent I II
    MAX KIN.: RAIN night. )tome 'with her son, Mr, M. D. I
    Friday. . . . 33 53 . Wilson. who I m engaged in the mercan- the users arerespectful/) referred to I If
    notice in
    .; E. P. Arthur is an experienced] coh tilt business here. issue! of President ,
    Saturday . '.' 88 (GO tractor and will b.. glad to -m ke estimates T. Butler of,the Ice and Cold

    Sunday. . . 88' 65 17 on any .jobs, small or la Jte. Can Mr. 'vVm. Hahman of Altoona Pa., CO. J'reaident'Butler believes that It"j'

    Monday. . ,. j!* 63 . be found! opposite the Christla) church arrived "in' the city Wednesday for a'montb's' drivers and has are entitled to rest on U. S. Government has bought Neponset
    IvWimrm-e' stay. .Mr. Hahman is issued an order that "
    . Tuesday. . . ..- 87 61 . . Fla. 115-lt fid dent of 'the New Eden Plantation presi Co, no ice will be delivered on that in daya] Paroid Roofing every year since 1898-oEten" 'i

    Wednesday. . VI 66 Wanted-A white.woman to clp house, owners and operators of an *xtensive' though those desiring ic? can be ac. a million square feet' at a. time-for u.a at

    Thursday 94 68 work. A'room will be provide for her farm in the vicinity of Narcofaiaee, and Commodaled at the factory up to 10 home Alaska, Panama and the Philippine
    in the house and good: wages J aid. -S, i is here/for/ the purpose of looking after o'clock in the morning.. -
    the coldest well hottest
    I the climate
    J. Triplett, Main and Orange|streets, Its int.eres1.f ant) management. Mr. ar .
    North Kissimmee.The and Mrs. J. A TuiAsonirrited ,\ I
    Mrs. Belle Modi, who during the past in the city Saturday! from Columbus, 'Do you need stronger proof of the weiTing'qualiiies( economy,

    -------- council chamber will ber txlu Small winter wrote a number excellent letters Ohio. About a year ago Mr. Tunison and the iatisfaction'11iat> NLIJONSLT:: :: Paroid Hoofing affords?
    to accommodate the number that will descriptive of tins section to her purchased tract of land '
    on the west Do 'ou want irof nearer home? We will give it to you. r
    ) |
    attend the Hoard of Trade eating home paper at Centerburg Ohio, and shore of the lakx1, about four miles ..
    i THE LOCAL!) FIELD. Monday night; so, you had better come which were copied in the Valley Gazette from Kissimmee, which he la now improving We wIll tell you where you can See a NM'ONSEF I'afoid Roof.
    early if you desire a seat. left for. that city on .Monday, and, will convert into a chicken See how it looks; learn how lung it has been on, arid hear what ;

    $ after a delightful winter in Kissmnmee. ranch. At present they are light. I the owner has to say about It.NEPONSET.
    $. United States District Alto J. ,
    She will
    ney return here in November housekeeping at the residence of Mrs.
    ----""""'" vW $ M. Chenev of Orlando was in the city Simpson, but will move to their ranch
    Monday and appeared| before the bounty; About two weeks ago the death"arP'd as soon as they have a buildinerect..d.. PAROID Roofing :
    Ca t. J. E.'Moe-I.. of Gotll-aaK, in Commissioners in regard to the ..ite on at the home of Judge and /

    the/Ity Ui.t week which our new jail ill to be built Mrs J. H. Walker at Bassinger; anclaimed d f I Mr.. L II. Ingram suffered some 1 I i.i sold on proof not promi.. u
    ( their I pam- .
    Sl-year-okl I lul
    daughter Ides-
    4. The Hoard of Trade will meet in rt-g- -,pr) 1G.. Thurman l has pure aced. .ie. and also the 12-year-old daughter while not serious injuries Tuesday, I NCPONBCT PAROID RooTmv. fr.r tltct ?- t"aN.t1 PROS1MTC R.oflac, for
    out driving in a buggy! The j& und hider, ol burnt. .I titbit*. imultryI and hider 01 l rtMideacet aod-vll build '
    ullir : har roofs :
    session' J. R Grant !cr theltcapt
    Monday fromvMr of
    flight I Mr. and1 rs. Ely The ... .
    I .
    remains ness came unfastened, allowing/ of I uildibfcB sluh' In color Lc;> kb tlxnhliiutjkii inifB calling, for arintic' roofs 'and IIdin,.
    Mr S. L. Lupfer Monday in 1 |tot adjoining that gentleman'sren\ of both little girls were laid. to the shafts to drop, whph: frightened one his K Ktbts fire Looks like khiugli.*. ..."a.. .like. .slate.
    agent .
    and will shortly Jxginlthe the
    I (Jlence rx-stjn cemetery at that placeMakmson's horse and caused the |II Ft.r Iroodt r huel-s..hrd* and n'mi>(Tr Nt'DMBCTWATERPROOF lmu! .
    Tampa transacting laiKint-r* erection of airrtxjern re.Messrs. animal to begin huildiMKN (lint tmrr it* con roolmifun .
    concrete7ietiide .
    I kicking Mr. Ingram was kicked P..... I for use under clipboard I and .b'
    old twice NEPONSET RED-ROPE Roofinv h D'j
    < nr
    packing !
    Mr. S. II. Bullock cpentVedn,t.da> It. t!j. KTrrxyHon and Wm. the rmlrund near on the arm and once m the l breast, and IU'I\or in even r 'HIM'11 to ..rr'd foolt It .1.a. in wall of tiudrncta Me Keeps .
    caught fire*
    again about 1 IDo was thrown li IM",' iht. ,ctmiiJuiU, CUM fur datupntit. cold and draugbU. Cuts; lull!
    from ti roulhi
    in OrlaiKlo transacting ImsJiiemMr I the ; \ {
    Cooper, who have spent -the. pact tend clock this morning and created, <|quit buggy to the 'twenty iivt ycuik. bill OOL ttird *. I
    Kfi.hing in Uie. lakes nlon'ghe route a stir for few Our I ground Though able to attend to his BIRD
    a minutes. fire .
    C. I n. parroll in. siN nclmp thew..k business. he is xtill I F. W. A SON Earl WaJpol., M.u
    ; tif the Midland railway r.'turll..d.1o thecity L brigade was equal to the nerasion however somewhat gore as A
    visiting frit-lld. in Georgla. result of the
    on Tuesday, 'rc|>orting great!: hifk. and were noon on the !ground with 1 accident 1

    Mrs A. A. nlfor,. hu to their aparatus and quenched the, flamesbfffore Mr
    gone: Wm
    Our road superintendent, Mr. Gerald who tame to I this
    to spend f\\I&&w with r'la- j any considerable damage
    Tampa a du\8 watillne s section about a
    Ashtcm has of lute been doing eo ,I yen: ago from Salem,
    fives Bidtrabie work on I the road tietweenthis III, and located\ a )homestead of one I MAKiNsorrCOMPANY I -j

    Mr. II. T. Wlch.. rout agent of Olt.uth"nl . city and St (Oloud ancjl." \\A party of local M/I"0I111. contesting hundred Whittier and .sixty acres of land near W B. : Y Ya
    Express: Co. ,, was iti the city here. lire few roads in the dale its of C. W. Dann 11.1Co)e, K. O. Meek, was in the city Tuesday for Yt
    - Friday. f'Ul't'rlor S i,. Lupfer. Vv W. Carson. .1. M. I j Ith. purpose of seeing his wife off for
    Hansel) W. H Patrick J. W. Prentw 'I I visit to their old home at Sitltm Mr.

    r Cement t.s.r tile mli 1 .walks. (;luuran Mr II C \MialiMi of Wichita, Ka F. C Br\an. I D K. lUenis and 11 N Moore stales that he Man bought a 2(1-( . f
    ,l..l .. lewd t.< rt".r. Prices. rIlht.A1I..rlon: I I.; spending a few' days in the city' proiiecting. Brat ton went out to St' Cloud on Fri_ I acre grape,fruit' grqve at Six- creek I .'.'

    ., ... & IfcTiiK, ., i <:. und (IH .being shown amend' by i day night to be present at an exemphliciitaon which will keep him pleasantly epiployld ,- The hotel Kunnymede, which has County J Court Jurors. 't
    : his friend A. S. Nelson who is of the work of flie Masonic' !lodge for the remainder of his time' been remodeled f by its Mr. ,
    1 DP. C. I-. Hyatt Kpent Sunduv with oring to interest him in real ..t"nctt'"v-I of that city. lately owner The is list of drawnto
    ' following a jurors
    t Mr. and, W. W. Krape, will be thrown to
    Mrs 1'l. open
    . IIIM wife itt .I..k..landvo..ere_ flu'i.. visituiK this xectumIr Jas Davis and Mrs.
    .r I Next B' her jmrentuMr. . Sunday there will be no ,preaching yesterday their home at : iir
    1- ) Jl:: W. Trimble, president of ,,,services at the Presbyterian! church i Sharon, Pa., after spending: the winter supper, the admission to which( will be which Convenes next-Monday : .
    Ii IxmiHiuna of TitUHMlle lumbia located at 1iie iti this one dollar per gentleman, ladies free c. E Yowcll, Joel Tison, Daniel Mc-
    Joseph I m ollcge owing to the absence of Kev city They will return\ the first
    ','d friends ih i""I1''me. and! the tint week CO'I Sn'ld..r. of December Much pleasure IS anticipated by the Callister. L. H. Hall, W. B.: Makinson 3
    iiiilinR: wa! in city < who goes Uxay( to the meeting e when Mr. Davis. will begin
    d t Whittier this week 1 l' with Senator" C. A. Canon, who Presbytery at Starke Fla., /Rev Say the.erection of a beautiful liome on younnpeople' of tins-city and St. Cloud A. M. Story R. C. Barber. H. M. Par- .\
    tin D. Y. Johnson S P. Aultman "
    . ,
    I' chairman of the board of directors der having been asked to they his property at the head of Main street during the summer at the entertainments '
    I I'. A little "want mi!" in the ValletGa\ the college I on Sunday. Here on pr..achd.tor in North"Kissimmee. Mrs. Davis was to be given at t'his: picturesqueand Roma Thomas. E. G. Vans Agnew. .

    ,It zette always briijRH retmltii. Try. it and the holy communion. will be observed'Sunday in very poor health whe'n they" arrived palatial hostelry an both/ Mr ){rape ,
    ,it you will foe convinced. Billy How'lInd; his *i.1*.r Lu who have been the guests of Mr. and : the North thoroughly which fact and attentive hosts A large: party office for 10 cent 1 ,
    d I MiM.'I."iMt' Thornawon returned homeWeclncmlay Mrs. J. M Villxon. Jr., for th.. fast Judge and Mrs. G. }'. Parker their she attributes to our water and from this city is expected to attend this .. __ H_ _',__ !-4
    12 nyjht from Abbeville. Gawher .. week, left on the steamer Osceola on daughters Mable Helen and Mi's!!! G. M. ever present sunshine pure opening. Old newspapers for sale'at this oft: : '.
    s she has been teaching 1 ucMtlay lor their camp in the Cow Dunne, visited; the Judge's grave near I '
    \ Creek stttlement Loughman on Thursday and after ,
    mRpecting --- -- -
    It ,
    Mr. W. J. McCrueken. the well known
    it extended
    l01I N..brnnka !home man, ,is. in the city with Mr. O E Peterson of Glens! Falls: where their trip to Hames !
    City, they t the
    this week NY. Mr. W. Haddrn ? Bp day pleasantly - '--- -- - -- -- ,- I
    ,f a carload of horses and S. o Mo- friends
    among the
    t btlfi Ala., are in the city tins week investigating late returning in I - ,
    Mr. A. M. Storey and family left on evening. automobile was the
    , ('onuiti'>Ds with a view to .
    - motor power used in making the triP.
    for Tennessee where
    Wednesday they locating and are being chaperoned by j
    will. make their home in future. Mr. A. S. Nelson I
    .. .0.t On Monday April 3. at high, : noon, a I
    r. Mr. Mike Crown, acting superintendent" wedding party from Davenport found .-
    i of this division of the A. c. L. Dr. W M.his Meigs of Philad.Iphia.who their way to the Presbyterian Manse, I A

    J . .s spent; a portion of last Friday: in the ; our spends lower winters water route in a, was houseboaton in the where Mr. Clayton E. Homey, of Hiawatha I '

    lit city. _. ] city this week enroute home The Kana. and Miss Trolley Bell "Kissimmee Park- .
    Davenport, united in
    Mr. W P. Underhill, of Basninger., doctor will return! here immediatelyafter the holy bonds of were
    matrimony by Rev. ,
    \ :. _
    tIti V.
    ; ,
    the e :
    9 1 '. .that thriving little city In .the southern holidays" .. Snyder., Many friends join in wishing .f-:.. I' . ,

    ., .part....!'ek of. this county. was'.- -.'in.

    Married. 'on Satuixlaj April let Mrs is an electrical. machine: for supplying School Commissioner E. E. tfr Sarah C. Harms to M r. Lee Seal: : judge, ozone through the respiratory/ Campbell who was in the city Tuesday
    ___ \... S. Harwell performing _the ceremony and is used in the treatment of blood, I attending the regular monthly meetingof i '

    I't : nervous and lung ilix<'as..s.I the School Board states that crops N Center

    t I are exceptionally promising! in his. sec ,
    Mrs G. M Dunne and children and The School Board at its session! on tion, especially oranges and grapefruit I 1 $

    MIHH Mabel ' .visited their grandparents Tuesday delegated' Chairman W. C. and that Inn bees of which he has ... .
    \ and friends in Orlando on Friday Bass and Superintendent. J. Sears many hives are producing: fan abundance jf
    last,.- 'to attend the J Educational conventionto of as fine honey as ever touched of .
    \ ,be held in Jacksonville on the 19th, a man's palate t
    Mrs T. G. Duke and daughters Pansy' 20th and 21st of this month. f

    and Margarite returned. last Friday Mr and Mrs Robert Yogi, who have
    from several daya''Jsit in Tampa with Mr. J P J. Umeharclt, one of our winter spent the winter in Ki simmee, left for ;

    ,;'- .... relatives. .visitors, and who purchased considerable Kansas City, Mo., on Monday. Mr ) $
    w property in this section during Vogl is one of a party who purchased outhernFioridy"F
    Mr. J. B. Chamberlm. of the Cham his stay here left for C<'nterburg, O.. three and a half sections of land near

    berlin Piano Co.,'Orlando, was in the I on Monday but will return here in the. Bassinger last fall, and when they re- i
    city yesterday looking after buaineeematters. early fall to reniam: permanently.Bassinger turn here in November will atone .

    begin putting their property in 7'1114 sinteiiient Is from a man who /I Il
    be ,
    oft down
    : may away on : condition for .
    _, Regular meeting of the Village Im- the banks of Lake Okeechobee, but it is.. and citrus planting fruits.field crops vegetables hn., "tudled, the conditions thoroughly. .
    provement Society will be held at the not too remote for Cupid to find his ;

    : Chapter House on Tuesday, afternoon, way there occasionally, as in early One by one the old-time negroes are .,,",

    j l April 11, at 330: ; March Miss Bernice Morgan was unitedin passing out, the last one to answer the ,
    le marriage: to Mr Hugh Smith; of Ar- call being Laura Fife who died on
    A three-line :want ad in this paperwas } -
    \ the 08060? a sale of ten thousand cadia. day and her remains were laid to Mon-I \, -

    acres of land. It will do the same for The United Daughters/ of the Confederacy in the graveyard of her race on WHYS .
    : you if you try it. will have the monthly meetingon day. Laura was well known to the white .
    I Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: at people of Kissimmee who regarded her _
    .. Mr. S. S. Griffin was in the city from Chapter House The certificates as thoroughly reliable and trustworthy. .
    l i L Wind rmere this week and reports developments members have been returned from headquarters In her death another link In memory's \

    ti.::: going right ahead in that and a full attendance i is desired. chain of ante-bellum days has been severed Soil i .
    new colony city. '
    t. The band complimented Mr. C. W.J' The fund being raised by the Valley Marshal Tyson requests us to say ,. \\
    I that he will
    strictly enforce the law
    Gazette for the benefit of the Kissim- in
    Ward with a serenade last night who .
    leaves tomorrow night for an "extended mee Cornet Band continues to grow, regard to the payment of dog tax, and Frost Protection "'
    the latest that unless the tax of one dollar ,
    tour through Europe. contributor, being Mrs. E S. on .
    '< Bender, who on yesterday handed five males and two dollars on females is .
    y. i Mr. Paul Yates came up from Mulberry dollars to Mr. E,. A. Niemeyer manager paid before the 15th of this month, that 'L- ..
    and spent Sunday with his wife of the band. he will take up all untagged dogs running Shipping Facilities t

    ; and children, in which piece he is build at large, when they will be killed "
    1. ing a house by contract. Sheriff Prevail lost a pair of gold- at the expiration of the 'time allowed to .
    --- rimmed, cable-bow spectacles, Tuesdayof I keen them in the pound awaiting owner
    i Mrs. Effie Cunningham and little last week; somewhere between the Fifteen hundred acres of unbroken -
    child of Apopka after a weeks visit court house and the State bank. The ship.The steamer Osceola ,
    under ...
    with friends and relatives in this citv. finder will confer a favor union the .ommandof
    returned .home on Monday. sheriff by returning them to his officeat Tuesday Capt. Clay Johnson for Jr., left on prairie land in one body that is
    )' the court house. morning Basslnpewith; a .
    whether Kissimrme full cargo of freight, and many passengers I It
    The question as to now ready for the plo*
    :( Captain Johnson stated I .
    The thatjt
    will be governed by a commission Pythian Sisters will give; a re-
    in future will be settled at the Board of next Thursday evening at their would be impossible for his line ofsteamers I j. I Ii
    i Trade meeting; Monday J1Ig-ht"r l loge room for the knights their to continue on the run between
    wives, mothers and daughters, from this city, and lower nCer points
    t t Mr. E II. Wood of Sf Cloud spent: eight to ten-thirty o'clock. All members much longer unless the water rose, heexperiencing

    , Wednesday in the city transacting LII"i-1 requested to be present considerable difficulty in 1
    a... I ness and looking over the advantages Lcssie Floyd M. of H. & C. getting boats through: the canal at thepresent 1I
    . 1 we have to offer homeseekers j stage of the water, which i I
    County Commissioner Sid Pierce, representing gradually going down each day. i
    r Mr. H. Fleming, It learned, will, the Basmnger! district, was Kiss.immee Valley Land Company I
    I. .. shortly begin the .erection of a concrete in the city this week attending the regular Mr. J. L. Burrows, who has for the
    .j residence on the five acres he retained meeting of the board. He states fast few'months held the position of
    when he sold Fleming's Island. that times are exceedingly prosperous -manager and ooerator for the j

    1 S in his section of the county, and a bum Western Union Telegraph Company at J. E. MATTOCKS, Vice! Pres. & Manager '
    ; Mr. and Mrs W. R. Tyner'extend per crop of oranges is expected next this place, has resigned his position\ and +,
    their heartfelt thanks to all who so season. returned to his home at Wait land on ,
    kindly assisted in the, recent illness and Wednesday. Mr__Burrows has been 1 >l
    death of their little son, Clayton. Mr. C. S. Emerson of Jacksonville' succeeded by Miss M R. Miller, one of KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '
    in charge; of the souvenir edition to begotten I company's most efficient and
    Mr. and Mr.s: Jas. Thurman parents out by the Order of Railroad operators who was transferred capable -

    of Mr. Harry Thurman proprietor of Conductors upon the! meeting of the from Sheffield, Ala., to this place. Mr. 0J'I
    the Graystone, returned to their home national convention of that order in J. R. Potts, district commercial I
    ;a at Germantown, Pa., on Monday aftera Jacksonville next month, was in the of th Western Union, came down from I II 1 ot

    pleasant winter spent with' their son. city thin week. in the interest of that Jacksonville. to assist in making the I .. ,
    .. _
    They will return early next season.WA publication. ,transe!:. "
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    becomes stronger and more agile &8timo' ... .
    ", J. L. MOON H. .p. OBIQEIt wmniER .t \
    / advances.
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    'MO'ON. .& GEIGER .. -. .. The healt\.of he 'community 'un- tl" : .'f1..:
    usually'good for this season of th< . iS
    1 IATTORNRYS.AT.tAW Items'Fiom OurRegular ) .
    y" I | I Interesting year >lul! ering March having not? even Is ..I r . 1e
    Office: State B...k BaIl4Ito.1I.' | Correspondent.Thi . left a bad cold behind It. ? J.. ,/ \ t .- :. .

    ere 'KISSIMMEE. _v .FLORIDA evil progn ticatfon of our grumbling Orange blooms 'are .rapidly being': re- ... "'
    : I' the' fruit, and if: the l'
    has been turned tqinaught placed'by young 4f
    populatlorf .
    : ,' . DrF: ; ..' G. Th'opiasdn ,.and tho4o whose phophetic via' trees can cling fo .their present holdingi ., .ft: \ j
    , *. ..'' Ion discovered Ithe earth and \its' products a fine crop ,may 'be looked for. s l l -C:' ,. "o, ," \ I

    1IPIIYSICI N.and SURGEON burnt .u> a crisp by excessivedrought .Most of our young men are.pyorklrifloii ( .' t v p ,
    .n \ hay been declared false /the./ good oads problem' Between .'

    . Office Phorfes!. 74 and 3.:-_Residence..!. -- 1 126 prophets by the Master! who half visited our villa and Bmtnger. // .w. .

    " : a T\ //do' RIVERS /f d0'[ I us with co/iious showers which ha The legislature, is"about Two bills to verify have : $
    I :- caused the cereal and vegetable world previous predictions.., t1'
    \ to assume its natural color /and strength. I been advertised in your journal. One __ ',- _

    PHYSICIAN lAND;; !)SUROE: NB If there-ever is a'timsv'\1? the life of a by our own' legislator which I do not "1r

    ,..i Olfl'co o'ver'O..ceollj. j Pharmacy C-' South Florida farmer when push and! propose to discuss. The second appearsto l
    : I'pull\ was the watchward, that time ii iii U your .orrc>sponi]<
    1' I Ollbell4yOfiJ now. They are in a push to plantropl absurdity.! lout(> in striving to show this r- I
    HONBS-f '
    a r I 7jij
    toYlii --I
    in the ;
    I '. while, ) the ground is moist, and mljlft all law > public as it .appears
    ,4 pull-together if they expect$ !I", successful mind of Hv) would be consuming entice j

    ? with.thiiTyuar's crop. not warranted by the insignificance of ,
    % j jIi ,-
    I -wriT: Mr. h'raiik Godwin has produced the the proposed l bill, HO will only call your 1- r ;\,.:, attention to Section T, empowering the :;
    linost, and largest cabbages'your () '- I ,e ..
    PUV8ICIAN AM') ',!: Hoard! of County Commissioners, to employ 'S: -, : : """r .JJ\'r.\ !.! ..." ,.
    i i ri'JIO"
    spondent! liar ever-seen, tlv{' heart being Tf ... ...,.
    ....DCHO. PUON'K s.i. Ki81(1a..."... }, sound' and firm and the flavor nnj! tft be -such-deputies as may be requisite .. . -it.\r.:....;,'.".. ..,".y' ,i
    'I \\17. to perform official duties. The firetparllJraph ....4. *' .... .........
    I Oman PRONG .FLORInA. excelled. The seed was sown during ... . ". ,..,.. I
    ,'M Christmas week ,. 1 but then neighbor l declares this supervision to :... .- t (

    .T\li. J.V._ SIMTSONDENTIST. Frank is not \an ordinary but a si-K-ntific extend over all countiesand. afterwards .. "oW'Ii'". ....... ;
    farmer, and having a fine home fof e at enumerates the different classesall '

    1 I, his back, 'ran-do more with old mother but "A'and: designates the limitto (\

    Upstairs. in KILl ( Uu lid In r. : OFFICE HOURS-. I t tf\ a. m. to 12 m. I 'Mr. ,,Riley Godwin has suspended shall extend; paid County Commissioners l I
    f 1)0, :; 16 6.30:: 'p. ?,. I farming operations for the/ present. and in "A" class) may, or may not, it ..

    Telephone No. 711(i Jun 5>. 1 \1'. J is engaged in one of his. all=.round oow- woul'l appear' at their option observethe r RECNFORCED' CONCRETE' BUNGALOW OF H. T. BASS--Built by the.LkcUl<: Artificial Stone Co.

    \\ S.44th hunting expeditions., t per, (','n turn reduction commandedin \ Recognizing that Kissiinmec is the most enterprising city
    \i |IW. W. CARSON. D D. other classm. ..
    PARLc5RS Mr. Joe Williams has been found, in in the South the of
    DENTAL 1 It was reported, to me<< yesterday that and that it is destined. to become metropolis
    ' '
    \ I the field I plowing a male. which! indicate *
    Florida in short time w'e have decided to move general
    one of the mammoth cabbages raised a very our
    RIVERS BUILDING that some of his oM-time strength! halt
    OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY returned.I hy l Frank (Godwin weighed 21 pounds 8 headquarters Jiere and become one of the city's permanent business -
    I ounces. Can not vouch fop the truth of -
    The .1I0tel cle Heulah, in still a favoredresort.
    OFFICB HOURS I 8.1 TO TO 12'5 rNON.... :. this stati-rrii'iit. They are certainly We have met with ilt city in Florida
    .. larger than has. ever been seen by your great success! every
    Travelers' Kept" is not a yet preparedfor correspondent in this. or any other where we have operated, and would take extreme pleasure in referring -
    M. wl ..r4 UN. _
    guests.While --
    J ,
    I the, cabbage subject ('Olm.t.r\I. I :; anyone to those for whom we have constructed buildings.

    \1 NOTAHV PUBLIC. ( introducing have had gooil and suHicient. ; Our gold! Land is not :yet thoroughly. .us to our financial standing and the character of our work.
    ; we .
    STATK AT LAI (;K. S irgaiiized, but from the slay Homc' 6f
    I proof I that turnips can also be raised in our younger "citizens can hurrah fcir the We construct buildings of reinforced concrete, concrete, .or

    Real Ehtate A ent. this ('ounly.ItlHI that HCHM' and wulliriint shades of a clejiarted (Ongli.nh CoiuTal.hi'lieAi' brick ; lay sidewalks of anything cityjordiiiance requires ; re- .

    KISSIMMKK.; '. KI.OKIDA reason was presented, ( by Hertie that MJclui.. band once organized, inforce bridges, culverts; severs, etc., and the bigger and more
    Arnolu in (the shape of one of those \/C'/ ,I ..
    ':i could scare the automobile's\ off the costly the structure the more desirous are we to construct it, astire
    ;+ man's head
    stables neiirlj) a large" a a ))
    W. S. HARWELL iiml the a"If.JftOIl, that there. were, many I;, truck.! "s-u"periority of our work will show to .much better advantage.-
    | Gardening; on the I IJrawty) plantation d ...
    more in the field, equal to H ,, *, We respectfully request permission to estimate -
    n in fu force and virtue, and the way upon anything
    REAL ESTATE !Mr.V.I (; ;McClelland'' )li.i, r.rentlypurchased I 1\\
    the ) in line want dorte feeling satisfied that both '
    e are gulag: '" IMJUIH up products our you may ,
    ''Hotary'Public at Large a line lot of lailn-s', -( .ringlials hi1/ I II I tliwriMif, will end! Frank ioilwin; and, our prices and work will be perfectly satisfactory. ,
    and their rapid wale mdu'iitfs
    Ofilcc over Itobeorsoll'-' ,PharmacyKISSINMKI' the ri'si t (If them to the hade in despiur.Rex. I
    has pleased our, fair population'
    ; : :. FL.A. I
    Beau Drawl' }', since bin Wv* +it from I I LAKELAND ARTIFICIAL STONE COMPANY

    your city has been busily. i engaged: i>n 1
    his farm. At the Jtrawilv niai sons nil !II I . I II R. H. LUDLAM, Structural Engineer, Manager Kissimmee Office!
    things are. moving in the even tenor) If \ J

    t .A.TTon:cYS its way. I Items of Interest From That Tl riv.1, f ,'
    '. The I'atriarrli has purcliiist-ii, lumber --- -.
    .-A.T1Offlliw LAW tn fence in his field and assisted. by his ing Little Town. I : '
    I'R. S
    I .-, { followed t b." i." "s. FRATtlSJ :
    !-! grandson UenveJai'tuallj NI-WH i IS scarce thin week. So many
    ";; KISSIMMEE FLORIDA hind the plow for J){ least 'two hours object tn' seeing' their names in print I B. DICKERSON TAILOR !SHOP ..,' ,

    tjuinsey has been indisposed' for, a f<>xv that we hardly! know what to write
    makes (hilVt I .t building;( blockin 1 cut 'and make clulhtto mnn'.s
    (days, but the. rest. of us are, healthy; and I about!, wile oll"rAtr..' so mud, because '1' a
    ; the South. They iirimade 1 do the l bA.
    : measure. > cleaning
    j. W THOMPSON t
    : : : hearty. we dId not, mention s-ome bu"W) out they out of Lake Weir. Sand coarse
    i i The dear hunters in paradise have I had that they hardly know us, and if and! sharp d\<-fy comparison.Fared : ill town. I dye any color. I do .
    made some nofJjJUe"! captures, and, when \ve ask questions t<> try to find out "theluteit Your eyes are your most faithful I half ,end half and! water, any kind of rvniiring.| I clean] Hats.I .
    FUNERAL UIIIKCTOU t Iroof.VIII build l a concrete I have two of the best ,
    : you Tailors
    tiro. Guy reUffns he may find that some IWV'S w are told not to .lie. so helper. Without them life would be a I to HI the
    house* and
    and of the wolves have invau water proof and guarantee damp, ,proof South. My place ol business is. in rear

    LICENSEDEMBALMEROppositeCourthouse ranch. print a report-of .sickness because that j eemy' Fire l'raceMantle of. J..H. Kedditt's Jewelry Store.! T
    to give them the 'best pos
    your eyes :; '
    democratic and his Shelves., '
    Our 'rooster numerous Will hurt business.\ I FHONEJMO.-210 -
    [ ( wives have invaded the towl, The) .9avis-tamQy', IS reported out'of Bible treatment .and when they are Works on '
    CALL ME 'I Wli
    dom legislature. They have, petitioned danger; . , ailing to.have them 'properly attended ,
    KUSIIIMEE ..'LORIDA la'w1 \ '.. "' ". .,..t,"" ,1: :\ I'. YOUR CLtOTaES.u; I /
    that body that a may be passed to and three,,, children; closo ; ; f1 >
    : Olson "
    . A, vr ;'ijMr8. to, ,". "" '''''' ". ,, ",,"," "\o.t"' .'," ', ,- .
    lock up the tadpole's'and l minnows to'.neighbors of the Davis family have Dr. Cole'' has been"successfully fitting '--. ..! .- -- ';--- ---- -- ,-- --- .' ----
    prevent their escape during;: dry seaSons -' the fever but no 'tone else that we
    JENKINS and his
    & ;IWOODHAM for the years
    glasses! past gl ]
    I II know of has been sick, except from indigestion flORIDA REAL [ESTATE [fOR SAU Osceqia
    I services the best money can
    II The belle of Whittier still maintainsher and that i. .what causes half are your

    I |position of singlu bjessedness.)) I of the sickness., Our climate is the buy. Beautiful winter home sites 'situated

    and Automobiles continue to pass and re- best in the world and if people will be You owe it tt your eyes to consult ir the Lake Region oj Florida. i il'ru'cking CompanyG.
    Surveying I
    \ pas!, but the near approach of the rail careful about diet when first coming/ him when you need glasses.: and Farming Lands in largeor

    road is heralded by many well-known here they wont be sick. The.. changeis be found at small tracts. i
    Drafting signs and tokens. so gr"at' that great care must be Dr. Edgar Cole can CITY PROPL'KTYfA: SPECIALTY: 1 P. GARRETT. Manager.Real .

    El Bass is at t present taking in our taken anti not eat too much. Hut you C. A. Cole's jewelry store Kissimmec,

    burg. say we jet so hungry down here. Yes Florida. List your property.with me for quick .

    OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HAUL The Valley! Gazette is still the cherished so do we; but be careful, it*is not a Bal'.II.I . Titles estate examined and reported on l

    f .- \ champion/of' / our homes and Gre natural hunger: only the sudden changeof Taxes !paid for non-residents
    I I H. IYI. Breaker & Co.
    y t'. KISSIMMEE. FJ.A side: and like the youthful athlete location. Instrument relating real estate
    I .: Sinning poisoned his arms in I carefully drawnrCorreSponden
    Box 175 KIS&iMMKK
    fI( some way while fishing last week, and I I enneth; U, Butler1> ---- --- -- - ce Solicited .
    : had to gp to the hospital at Orlando for A / ,

    treatment.Mr.. Farmer. was called home to FOR SALE ;:

    tf f .. EASTER NOVELTIES"Something wife Georgia was by dangerously a telegram( ill.stating that his BARBER SHOP SIX ROOM BUNGAlOW"I'I'' S.H. BULLOCK

    Mrs. J'aetzgold, who has been visit- FIVE CITY LOTS
    Cold Drinks & ) .
    Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Munce I i I
    to Please the Kids"AY has returned to Chicago. i REAL ESTATE.INSURANCES
    250 Feet- Fron'and 164 Feet Deep
    Kissimmec, Fla,
    Mr. Adair has a cabbage in his garden Corner. ,.
    YE GIFT SHOP whiqh will weigh nearly 20 pounds. ,
    lie has the fi'Iestgarden in this part of

    the county. Deep /Well, Gasoline Engine Examination of Titles a

    *h ,the Mrs.VOOQ hotel for ,sic who time has,had is enjoying charge of a t.- :;: ,e1r Ss i reaafeia 1 / and Pump Tank tWater I Specialty. i

    . vacation which she needs very much.The.hotel M. TILLER
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    f r +a.*.............4it......4444iii4...... I while under her managementwas good Piped Condition.all over Nicely the Furnished.lots. All in CorresDondencG 'Solicited. ,
    } a i full to the roof all the time, which' irII i-Real Estate AgencyNN.H..NgNNNNNgN ;1

    i speaks well for her. Mr. Brotchie and \

    "' ,I Ideal Fertilizers wife absence.will manage the hotel during her I Realty bought and/sold. ALL FOR $1,8uTiTTAKnnjmCfc---:w; i.---VnN-: -
    Messrs. Pinnar and Moore of Maine C Houses rented. ) Owner P, 0. Box 575.; "SiSf1:: DiliORi
    9 M Taxes paid and Titles ver- lit
    City paid us a t sit Sunday.Rex .
    2' --- --- - -- -
    r i Best and Cheapest : we are anxiously waiting for ified for nonsidents. -- i

    4 at r your proposed visit to Davenport.i 3 Fire, Life'and Accident In- L
    t Celery Lettuce Cauliflower Beans : 'Ii surance-x ? Real EstateKISSIMMEE
    I I
    i 4= Indamnitv Bonds. r
    Tomatoes : i i The Deposit Slip
    Cantaloupes Potatoes! House Painting
    .. .
    I __ .6. ., .w
    ; Is the little slip that ts handed in with ?
    :: Send for oUr\ booklet FLORIDA VEGETABLES.: It contains F your deposit. This ticket should give .

    '. directiuim for raining all the principal( products of the : your namearidthe. !i date of making the / FLORIDA

    *:I State, carefully revised, and brought up to date by our most suc : deposit| ,. T;o showing the amount of ,, Paper Hanging T i
    cessful growers. No publication on this subject contains .such 4t ( ) the amount of I /
    currency paper money L. CHAUNCEYCONTRACTOR Decorating / ,'<
    A. M.
    :: practical" advice. All gardeners should have it; from theown..r : gold, the amount of silver and. if you W. C. BASSWholesale /
    }' :4- of the small home /garden to the largest shipper.' In it will be : are depositing checks, eanh one; should ? Kalsominirig ,

    found the special IDEAL formulas that have been constructed .' be listed separately, giving the amountof and:Retail :

    :* by careful Study of actual field results. They are invaluable, being + eacn and the tote mount of your :
    Dealer /.
    tt 4- perfectly balanced and from the RIGHT SOURCES. Get deposit. -AND---- Workmanship Guaranteed as ir. ,;

    '# the BEST and make MONEY. *. Always fill in Uvi's ticket yourself-It Good as the Best. i 4

    Fr Call on our representative. Waters. & Carson Grocery Company gives you exec novtledRe of 'your deposit j BUILDER, Fresh Beef Pork and

    4-: or address : and i in/case there should be any 3T. .

    :.4Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., dispute oer the amount or the item, Plans; and Estimates Furnished,
    M the ticret) will furnish an autographic C. H. WE8KING.,05:1ox'; o : Mutton'
    "! Jacksonville Florida.' : recora of the transaction, Satisfaction Guaranteed I / ."hPH

    r i. i...........................................tMM......: -It State Bank of Klsaimmee. I 4,S.

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    :; f, C.ometo Zephyrhills Colony Paseo I Co,; Fla. : e

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    I ... Another Remarkable Thing
    Ze15l--t.: y rl--t.ills: .c o1pt-iv .

    .. ''about this. Colony is. everybody who bought before coming here isis ..

    . .j 'r well pleased when he sees the land many buyS more after arrival.

    : located in the hilly region of Pasco and HillsboroughCounties., The More than Two.Hundred families have corjje. here from other ___--.-' i ii

    ; railroad depot, as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line! rail- Colonies i in-this state and have bought here a/ncTthe-xnost/ of..Jltm: '

    I read is 137 feet above sea level. ;Many ot the surrounding hills rise. have built and are--wel) pleased Over 1,000 heads, of families: .

    I to over 250- feet above sea level, and there 1 is not a steep or abrupt have bought here repreS .ntJ probably "SyOOO people. There is ,

    i i hill 'anywhere. The soil is i a reddish yellow or chocolate colored no "Kickers Association" Colony Is not on the--defensive ,

    \ loam. ]In many places clay and .rock croo out.. No more productive against complaining Color\'''lts. The. Colonists are satisfied and

    ''j i upland soil can 'be found in the state. Corn has beenjcnown to ,yield I contented. _'W '
    over 40 bushels per acre; while the common yield of potatoes is from' Zephyrhills .fa a regular station oft the main line of the Seaboard

    200 to 300 bushels per acre. Eggplants Onions Cabbage Tom I"" Air Line rallrdad. The station is still known as Abbott. All

    t toes Beans. Tobacco, and in fact all farm products do well on this trains stop hechange re and y ga..from: here into New York Gitv .. .

    soil. ]It is the perfect soil for peaches, plums and pears; excellent without of oneOnly 38 miles by rail from Tampa. where
    for oranges and grapefruit II 1! the Mallory.S.. S. from New York make regular weekly'trips. _Also

    41 No state iu the Union can boast of better water. The water- f I the Southern S. S. line from Philadelphia have docks and make.

    bearing rock is quartz: hence no impnrities in the water. It is.!' found J I regular trips. Also steamer connection with Mobile and New Or t

    - after passing through yellow or reddish clay and flint rock from :30 to I leans There is no doubt but what this is the best Colony in the '

    ._ 80 feet, rising in the wells to within"15 to 3O feet of..t.he'surface.. : I State in which to locate. '

    salts or other mineral sulphur,
    Not a trace of lime You can buy aacre tract oP land and receive with it a town lot for $7R cash )K or, for $tt2.6o payable
    It has been analyzed and pronounced Pure Water. $7. BO cosh" and $
    off your land. Title sound ; P08SCM81tI Immediate and absolute.

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    Come and See for Yourself. If you can't come today write ::Address ,

    A e I, < Colony Co.C )

    Zephyrhills, Pasco County Florida. .

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    .. I I lying and being In the County uf Oee,ota,
    Notice. 'I Notice. Order of Publication !l-lateof! Florida fo-wil WILL YOU I LET 20 CENTS A DAY STAND

    NulU-i-IB\ hereby given( Ui J. II. MrCullniiuh: Nol ire 4aliiTeljy given tljat the undersigned In the < ireill (Court of Oxccola County Florida let Fifteen of 'kTwa, Hundred and
    ol Orliuiun. Fiori.',.. ,I '.. :MtCrure) .of N'' fo1! I will apply In the Legislature, Florida, to Twenty-five, of the Town ol "M Cloud. (XtciolaCounty. -
    t -In Chancery Si-cunt Investment Coin- BETWEEN YOU AND A IIOM ?
    e jkarfMuy. :New York New York, t ImrleNV. i'convrno In TaHahaimee. In April of this year, I puny a Corporation, Complainant, rs. The Florida, ac<.orcling I.> 'lb.plat ofa:d II
    W. jf KlHHlmnipt. riurldn. and 'in'urge U. tor the pHHKaKi'of an ",'ll'rlll1lbItIOIlIl.hlnllln .riorlda Holrthern Railroad Company a Corporation town, recorded. in the office of ,llulerk of the
    l all tho waiern' of OMMNIIU n' unty during tlio mouth Florida, Also
    IIchll.'r, blade Ohio aii< to IHTROUHf Frank Q. Brown, Trustee and ('ireuitCourt of Oaceola County -
    iDtarcHtod In & 4elny lien. upon iho propertylierciirii of February March July aud August of any Frank Q. Drown and all pe'aoua claim inn an Lots Thirty-two and Thlrtfthrve of Section You! a
    ,T ..Kcribeperty described In this bill Thirty-two TownxhlpTwentl-niySoulh. Range 1
    191T; Florida Kant Co ts1111yyClrmpauySled'. or with any othcrdcvlce also prohibiting j <>complaint, Defendant Thirty-one Feat In Oweola CbudtpFlorlda. 1 1x
    In the Clroultr Court' ol Ows" Stveuth Juclliial fI.lllnldur'nr the other month vf the year To-rtioKorlda BouiberiKallruad? Comr.nyUrciting ,Ton are there fore'"tuqulr&d '1(1 appear. to the I '$1,000 to $2,000'HOME
    raid forStminiU ; wltu less ban four and a half loch Rule In -1"1. lll. ,
    Circuit of Florida, In County a Bi-inij :' acid action on the bay Mar sl'4I e "
    ." -Ita petition ieeki| v to l"k".II'| rltfMof eminent mesh tretched" except: the pov'kek.nd 'IDI", Tble! cause, coming ou to' be heard'upon the: name being the first dtfjn Mar, tool and that
    domain tbe following described arty for of aald Mine which tihall not exceed. Seventy motion of complainant for an ol'derof pdblI.lIon lu default thereof. Judgment will be entered *
    right ol way for the rallroail of aald |HtHu'uer| fire feet inlength.alaorequiting a !ll enne of I for service on thedefeudant. The FIji'"- Kalnst yon.Witness only .J
    to-wit.: I, twenty"five dollar to fish with aelne from Ida Southern IUOliroad Companv, a corporation my hand and veal, this 4th day of e
    hundrtxl 1<*0,) feet ltlebulng > residents of the county 0 ,and fifty dollars from I April A D I'HK!
    A right of way one under the lau i ol the ?t-\at of orlds; audit 5 cent
    'non-rettl 'ftiti ot the county. and exempting C. F. 1-lthVATT. ptr
    fifty ('or feet on oa .h Hide of the centre p|>oarlng that thecurity InvoHiment. Cum
    located and) I L.MK" Toliopeliallita and East Tohopvkallgi Sheriff\ of 0-.1. Cnunty Florida. interest
    lineolxaldrighlol way as now I l>anthe ('omplaliitiit has instituted suit and I simple
    atakod Uinitigh two Ikndx ol *miA J. 1 If. McCullough 'from (lie provisions of Bald net I filed Itabiltof complaint the Ollwuit/ Courtof Vans Ai nens A <'rawford.Attorney l. 3v.
    t'. 8. ACKKK.KU .
    and .101 l J U 1, MiCrorvy dti'rlbrtl a* Owoeola County. Florida against The FloridaSouthern for plaintiff. I I -
    .lmme "t'I... Feb., 15, HIll 8 9t 15.4w I INOTICE.
    followa:: Itailroad. Company, a corporation, __, ___ ._ I Return the principal at the rate of 7.60 pet month on the $1,000 '.. v.i 1,
    lion Mr: (i I Frank Q. lirown. ironies Frank Q. Brown and
    The Went half of West half of Svi i.
    Notice of Attachment.Ip I YEARS to back the loan. Can
    A HALF
    .. In giving
    and Went half or Neat hall of Hettlon se\en ((7) all persona claiming nn iot rest prop- | you "
    in Townahlp Twentyflva (!\) South Range Circuit Court,7th JudU'lal rlrciiltof Florida, arty In the acid bill of complalntdescrlbed, (tbe Notice Itf h..rebr |given that at the cession ol I' pay oft the loan as soon aa you like..Stopping Further! : Interest "
    Thirty three (:ail: \ East : "ulll1e, Southeast rtorof In. and for Oftceola COIIBIT-Mary Vannlejf Dames. and, residences of whom are to the oomllalnant the Legialatureof' the Hlateof" Florida In .nd 1 i
    Kobert B. Wallace-To I unknowii for the of removing bet
    IbeoutheaatqusrterofSeton( Twelve and her hUHkmnil vi. purpose for lUll, at Ta.U.ianiee. Hpplloatlon will
    and all other clouds the Our plan will help you to pay off that Mortgage or Buy or Build
    the title of
    (12)); end the Fast b.lf"r Northeast quarter and Koberl B. Wallace defendant I the upon mule for 'the passage ol a lawfor creatiiitf and I| .
    '5. Northeast quarter of Southeast: quarter and persons Interested In the above entitled ant, to the lauds described In the laid bill ; and ectabllcl4J'gadrainage district In and for the a Home. Why Pay Rent? Wnte ua for literature explaining our

    South half of Southeast: quarter of bKrtiou. \ CbilHo. or any of the landa hereinafter d..- $jrappcarlng. rtherthat. a fllluJlueneIMdul" valley of the uVTcf 1 St Johns River, embracing ; II proposition in detail. i
    Thirteen (11);). North hall of Northeast quarter, atribed : luMUe! out of the said< Cobrt directed to the defendant portions of Volu.Ja, Orannre. Bre\' nl, O.ceoa, '
    \\cnt !I Vat will take notice. that on the 2Mb de J of Ihe Florida Southern Eallrotd Compeer t
    Honthwe quarter of Northeast quarter and St. Luciu ConnUtiH, Florida Bud providing ; ST.A.JTD.A.ED: : >:30E: OO J.A.N-r ta ;
    half'Etoutheaht)t quarter ail southeast . ( Southwest quarter of sortlon Twenty I I Robert Ii. \\ allnoe. In the circuit 'yllrt of therthJndiclal I was placed In (the hands of the Hherlflat drainage district for the said i>nrpOHen.HM I I CURRY BUILDING TAMPA. FLORIDA
    Circuit Florida.\ Injmd for Osce- taut I, Ohceola and by. said Sherlfl returned
    four (24); and Northw quarter of Northeaatquarter :I Conntr. I t \\ A. Keenly! aud Annorlalea.W. .
    and East half of Northwest quarter :i old County, In attachment by Diary Vnnnier and becatme the snipe could not be aervod ..
    Korthoaat Quarter of Houthwent quarter, and her boaband Henry Vannief. and that writ ofI cwing to the failure of the paid corporation - --- ------ -- '- 1 1I C A. CARSOS, President q. c. If RYAN, SECRET AH*

    South half of Honihwent quarter ol Serlion I attachment dated October ::1.lillO, wan' bUllied elect all)' odioers or appoint any agents, and 1I I '
    Twenty-Ave (2'.) ; and North half of Korthwextciiarter : by the Clerk o4 the irlnlt Court under the!weal further because. the only known officers and I
    (Southwest quarterof Northwest quarter > of raid Court on field, October Mh.. 1'JIO, and tm- atrentaof the said corporation have been absent G. HANKINS 1: The Waters & Carson
    and'West hart: of Houthwwit' quarter of See der and by virtue of said writ of attachment I from tbe tatuof Florida for more than .
    lloji thirty-nix: (:!W), To" nahlp TwentftM> lili) 1 have levied capon| the folUm nf:: det,,'rlbed lota, six (ft) months ontin.iouvly .before the Issuing I I /
    i Booth, Tango 'ITilrlT-lwo' (:12)) Reel : inld( rentrelll.e 1 tracts or'parcels of land ulttintf. lying l and of the Bald writ.Wherefore Broker and Manufacturer'sAgent
    bnlUK. alao further duncrlkcd com mOllO' bilngln the County of OnceoU. and State of it Is hereby ordered adjudged

    %"."{ at a point on the worth line i>f Setllon fOIl: Florida, 10'"It : and decreed that the said. The Florida Son th- I Grocery Company r
    (ii), Township Twenty five (J5)u) South RenlleTblrt An undivided one-half IntrrcRt In itouth halt irn KnilroHd a rorporattonureaniredandem- I Kissimmee: Florida. .
    l. aouth half of M'r. under tho laws cf tbetfttc of Florida, | ..
    three ((13)) Kant, In Omeulit. County b'lor- 'of Section! Iweiitj-Hcven ( ? iKliug -
    Ida,ODe thousand ((11100)) feet from the Northweat Ion 'tw"ntr.elKbt (2s), soutl>catt quarter ol be and it in hereby required to aj|>ear lo-the Show:, Cases, Fixtures', Safes, I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in- '. ,
    corner of amid Section !Six< (d;\',, thviice.) 1"cllol..I.! mly'nlno (-'"), northeast quiirterandaout .. Mild bill .comilnlut. ol the sectirltf Investlueiit \
    oatq three(3)degreeathfrty(: !CVi'i: ) minatirt. Went Ii half of auction thirty three .aI: ). Section (umpnny and defend the Hi/Id suit *>f the i I Iwln1'I..llIallt Typewriters

    I three thousand ('KXIQ( ) feet to "st.tion )Ii>. )14'lo of thirty'four (::11)), and northwest quarter of Section at the office of lice Clerk cf the '' Computing Scales and Office GROCER'IESWE
    llva : all III Townsbip..tusenty' ( Court of add Oscefda (ounty:Florida, .
    aid right of way ; thence Mouth ole? *n ((11 I I > dograce till ((3)) Circtiit Devices. .
    _ y Went twenty.eight thousand three hundred five ((25): south of Range (:.11)) rVt. it Kinvtminee, Florida, on Monday, tbe VJh 01.1).1 i. Filing I \
    ((2H.W: ) ) feel to Station JTo of laid Von are, therefore required 10 appear to the of June. A. P. 1011.: and that this order be pub- ---- .
    I r right of way : thence. Mouth{"o thousand, five \ aid action on the Rule 0.V In May 1'Ml the Relied pure a wi*..k for the space of two ((2)) SPEW AGENT FORLewis I .

    hundred; (J-', t Upclmrclv Co., \ i SELL WE BUY -
    Southwest quarter of Southwest quarter' of b default thereof judgment will be entered \ lull. In the Klimlmmeealley Parade. a weekly I
    t' Wholesale Grocers Hay and Grain I
    of \ putlKhed In
    Hnctlon Tlilrty-aU/CMi.. ) In Townhhlp.T)- against you newspaper i I
    five South Ran(fC. .ihirty-two) BaKt. WttiiCNH my hand and t Seal. this .With day of Jan raid Osceola County )Jl'lorl.1/o. and HAY HIDES ,
    VII, Done and ordered at Miami in the County of I II
    A IBO a trnoj fl ft y I 1'.0)) feet wide .,ljo\trlJ11t\ ; the uR..A.D of S KINGAN & CO., Packing House PofductsPricti .
    C. F PHE'A1't.Sh'rlf'or l Dade, aid Htate' ol Florida, this the 11th day GRAIN
    t .Rut Hide I>>naltl rigbtofWay,thron ifh the h \ Oai-eola County I Mar-h, A. D. '911.] en ,,,lIullol. Year train toilette FURS '
    half of !Bonthntitqiiarlir of Siv tlon Thirteen(1Stin 'n _
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    HoKg & Palmer.Attoruey \13-11 MINOR 8. JON I-9 Judge FERTILIZERS -
    Towimhlp Tenty-ll\ ,its) Couth : for Plaintiff I __ _-'- _-_...L- I 'W430)LI )
    Thirty''' (7fYFn'(: TrTiIeol.OII1"Y. lalorltla "
    tJ'rllle -
    \ .. Mill fully apx| >ar by refer- I I \ Notice of Attachment.. SHINGLES AND ,
    herfin Notice of
    file petition now on
    1". Land Office at I In the Count Court of Onceola 1 ORANGE BOXES
    of and allparsons Department ofthe Interior H. I
    Now, therefore, you and "acQ yon 1.0l1nty'l FlemingCLEANING P
    Interested I in or having lions upon naidproperty iBlutnvlllr, Florida, March d. 1 Kfll. I Florida Walem &: Car' >u Grocery I I ORANGE WRAPS ALL-- ..
    notified and comtimndedto Notlee I. hereby given that ieorge W, Fertic 1 C'. W. II King -To W. G King. Defendant .,.
    a are JO, and, to all persona" Interested in the above en. I II COU.NTRY' ..
    Florida, who September
    of Whittier
    In our said Circuit; Court on CRATES "
    to be al\lla".e.r VEGETABLE
    I the tint Monday In May lull\' being th, flrntday 1'JUG.! made I llotneHtead Fntry No. 372GI. ,Serial tilled capesor any of the lands hereinafterdeacitued. : PRESSING II .
    show No. ()4f.2,) for SontheaBt quarter, section, 82 j I UCE.-
    of laid month, and then and there to (I CRATE NAILS PRO > "
    4lh ol "d
    q If have In add above townahipHI loath, range S 4 east TallahaaieeMerlftlan 'i'OI\ will take notice that on the day DYEING
    1. interest any you
    1911 suit instituted agalnM you, V>, \
    any. haa filed notice of Intention to make April was
    '/ and to show caiiHCi.lf I
    ,6 described property should not be taken by the final commutation proof, to entabUnh, claim lathe !. G, King, (In the County Court ot Onceola. County REPAIRINGLeave .
    why the aame land described, before the Clerk of t Florida, In attachment, bv Waten A Orion | I
    petitioner for the ue and pnrponoii act forth and I -- We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
    : Florida
    KiaulmmeeFlorlds, on Grocery Company a corporation :
    ,,' t aatd petition, "r else be barred. the Circuit Court at that a writ of ttta hinent. dated April nth, lull .
    K Donegan. Clerk of naid Ue'Arh: day of April II word at my house and clothe"* \
    4 nena war laaued by tt Clerk of the Count I II I .
    names as wltneaHen* Noah Smith, I 1911 < parties. t
    a d aeal of Did Court this ,!.lr Court the !
    ) Whittier, Florida John !;mltb. kid Whittler Court, under the seal of paid Court on April I IIth. Free delivery in city limits. Phone, ISo. 12. c
    of Marah W. O.( MoClulland, of Whittler. Florida \lull, and under and by virtue of Raid \nrutntattarhmens 'fertilizsrs. Ask;; for circular
    ARTHUR E, DONKliAN.BKAL ( I GuaranteeC \ W-s are county agents for good us
    the '
    I have levied following
    I upon '
    John Owen.., of Whittier, Florida \ -
    ClrrtlltCourtforOcel. .: ----------------------------4----_ :
    \ ] Cltrk Henry B. Chubb Kricmt, ileaorlbed Iota, traetaorpareelii: ..f land, .IIU... and prices on fertilizers. -- ,
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    S '., .,, 160,000 ACRES at$4.00 in the Advertisements 5 a.a!

    : $ KISSIIIIIIIEE'! BaPTIST CHURCH"i 1 1S Happenings Most Picturesque In and Around Place. That famous Kissimmee on Klesimmee Lake River.Okeechobee. .Valley* .bordering and- Classified.: . .,

    CJ1' S '- A41vert1sements are Inserted under this hj4t therate: of 8-CeMt_ ,

    C01ltfo"dlnll' ..uruoxtly; laf ths NUl hl'b "iisoiiS <"" \ Mr. apd Mr*. H. "S. Lyons and Mr!.. 25000. ARE S CUT OVER S line each insertion ',' It .i..
    tor.n delir! .rit itnlo the $(dnw': -Itulo. ::1 I, . J.. C. Palmer left for their home laWassoon. land, at $6.2.'bi A., C. L,. R. R.. per 4 .<<>>-

    '' ,, Ohio. will spend the -
    They "
    :S S BUN/AN' KPMCNS.!: PASTOBim summer in the North and return toWinJetmere Splendid citrus.Thqjlt land.. .' : : 1 S MISCELLANEOUSWA J'f "

    S ' -,--....,:.HUT. T-utf-lJ-y.A.:"" > -'Lf l"llill! H 1 -- S In the fall. i'RACTS .' ,' FOIL SALE .: j 1 ,, .
    : Mr.. -P. Rj Jones and wife were Or. -OTHER .COLO ,_' s' ,
    ( ) 9. Orlando. ,
    DE.-the tuner.
    ), '" lando vieiwrll-Sturday .__ E. M... F., AUTOMOBILE-Run S49? '

    ...MQlfNINU- A, M.:. Mr. anil Mrs J. A. Vick' spent{ a 800 ACRES AT. BASER, miles, looks like a new ne.Wiiu1. '- FOR. fresh fish, phone .the Rull Bass -
    \ couple of Lake In psceola County J Prospect .. S better has windshield ...' <>todo-1 I|;- No. 189.'I.
    S S days on Butler vimtjng* of-. top. p Market ..... _. .
    : Piano Prelude. ,. at the home Jf' t$. S. Griffin. soon be'ing I !1' S Doxology :anp (Invocation. . Mr. E. R. Bagaby; motored t. :.1ack- metal tool-box two extra shoes, ne 'I. 43-tf your .
    f .. Splendid opportunity this, to Will f> artesian wells. __ ., .
    Hymn 882- Ariel.; sonville Saturday. lie went by the extra tube. sell or trade r -

    I r,: S Scripture l eHllon. way of Daytona and wilfreturn through make. a nice turn In real estate. town property. Address, Ef M. F.,.I FRdressedpotryphone; the Rull $

    Hymn )( "Take Time To B e Holy. Oamesvilli-. S -- Gotha Fla. .1> 1Otf'EVERYT11Ii'G 3as.. Market No. IS\\}. 19-tf ; ra,

    ." Prayer. S. S. Griffin a ml family spent Satur. J. 74!. WILLSON JR. '" SEASONABLE
    In the Real Estate : fruits and vegetables
    What Haat Thou D>ne for I i
    451- and Orlando
    : r day Sunday in at the home .1
    : : .Offertory Kiasimmee line from 60-foet town lot to M.'ek & O'Brien's. iS-tf
    S \ Sermon.. of J..H I L Ykk. la.4 a fifty at '. .
    Life" : .:, SS thousand acre tract of timber land. --' -
    j\\ Invitation 3 2"T8kmy M > Nt-nrer Write for anything you wan.t, and re. MUriO fresh, fat and -fine. at the .
    3JJ-: : "Draw :
    Communion .
    S ; S '. _. The Kissimmee Library: member that I guarantee to give! you _.Rull !.3811s. far ..t. phone! 189; 19-tf

    ,I Y7 fiJ.T, .. ... _. nothing but absolute facts and will
    : B. P.11. : . -- -- ) WOOD, per"! sband, $1.25; five strands '
    If The 'Ki ..ilTmee Library. offers to Hisubscribe refund till, your expenses if you,come 575. Kissimmm Lumber Col 29tfSHANIBARGER. Editfran
    S (EVENING !SE1VTIc.! ; .a lint of over. four hundred here to look at anything I have de :._ : Tt

    y S. scribed to and find that I have OKando, for bicyclesand
    Song Service i. books by \thebest authors any or all of you
    ,. t _S. JH-. "Snoweri of Blessing F. which you l'Io the privilege of reading | The Florida II. misrepresented., it. Also, to tr.oxe : sundries. 25 wheels. from $6.50
    ;: :U7'! '"Hiding The. S for only $2 which secures a single Grpwer wishing !fro purchase land through me, up to $19 for new. \ 12-7tpd i H with

    540') -"Saved! By ( race. membership or $5 for a family' memII'rKhi" -. without first (teeing it, I will give youa CARPENTER JOUING am '-. I'pairinK. '

    11!i Prayer "* '. : -J | Capt. (French the librarian, For t".k..o.1 fiull "rowi.r.. For. I minute description property 5. Good wohk See. James, Cnurch I St. cUm plea

    :., ','I Son*.:U!!i.. "Uli-miii( 1 !h,! the JsamoScripture ; I. will irtHue you a m'mhprshircard( for I Yolk wtm\\.kl.1"anl to OO) kuow per r-nr..hollt l : month-Fl< rtila S bought, and will tnke-t J the property near Mam St. NjVtf.' of tl

    p .. 't S ( the above amount Library in State Iy. JV" Mend llle fl)|. t.>|" taHIti 'irlalHUbiirrlptlull I off your hands and pay you yourmoney cityseen
    1Ii. T Song :'J11 i "IJmler! Hn WIl1IC' Dank bjilding, \ g tf N Suppr. Bright Clun. back, with ten per cent interest GROCERIES. We Carry a'full linee&
    ; ; for groceries., and, stoyck is I
    //55 I.. Sermon time used any time our "always
    .;; J; ) Invitation 57--"TruMting' .Ii MIl'. That I N..All.RESI'QNSIVII THK FLORI DA. UROWBR IHOO twelve months from date of purchase fresh. City delivery (Edick'! & toli!

    'f .: : Florida Avcnao. Tasips, Flu, if you find that mv description of the O'Brten; 15-tf 5,5 to 0'''

    : i: )EA"NC( ( SS .. 100 LIVE SANDHILL. CRANES property was incorrect. YOUTH for of J
    0\ : business S. W. Downing. The-Heal ANYONE anywhere can start a mail \that
    attend unto
    0 fjod. mj prnyei:
    ; J'\. I. "lleur my prayer t'aitttJ.itl J In' Wanted for Zoological Park'M.,111" -- Estate Man Kigmmmee, Flu. 13-tf: order business at home. No canvass. o
    J-ruin tilt f>iJ '>( the _fiy: tin '
    t Ti11orit1a.Grower ing. Be boss Send. for free I wi
    y e . W | '. .1"ftl..r..rlhr.ehl..l.. Ifjonhnvon' will furnish mailing your.pwn
    S t' . '? 7 tt"l' :L'/1/ ",it." /'<" ""/ i> a- r-a.'hftai: S n"* nnw 1 I..f ni" *UKf( <".tt t teSt Mill HeillrerTiiintliM : KING Quality shot's" for men at Cash booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144; tifulaccIfron!

    /.111I,' A' //" ruk //,,'/ M liI", ',, tlxt'i I I 11... 04.01'$ 41"m" J'''/1111 hfr.1H chut ''HO hal,1, cards( frc>- -tQ. .desiring to help Store. 1-tf ,|I Lockport, N. Y.
    un. Ill) I iHku tU *ni IK,III". .nil. rnii R.> I ilietn ._
    S . I l a strong tower from the ,enemtill \ \ I HHI| .. MHI I"I K<.x 'iiiirrilH| i AII.I tnniik OttersDl i- Cash Store. 1-tf SCRElNS'aeeOsceolaLumber back

    ] abiJi' ill llital\ >, "H { 1 I CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale l at low size and kind }'ou want and.! make them )- 1 lapri
    . ( s / will: tnHI ill tin "; > 't'i: t -t'"V -- -- -- prices. See"or write II. --Iteming for to fit, live. them, a trial. 7-tf awn

    S 5. For Thou <0 (J lcIJ.) hat harI Ill\ sn" s. I' particulars. N5 40 tf ed <
    S., Thou, t; given me t the heiltage of t thixc t that AN intelligent person may earn $100() wan

    -S. fear Thy name FOR SALE-Tomato planU at\$. B. monthly corrrsyondng for n"wspa1 who.
    . I; '/ //""lf -. For Oculars B'
    Country Property Fla. 8-tf Sjmiicate 2245
    .. Atnt li'f.\ s ./ > '".'"I :,'01" "" "<"" S Lock lort, N. Y. stre
    }, 7. He shidl altt... befoie (dud; f onsetO FOR SALE \bout slxty'good cj press --- the
    f ( mid/ I truth. huh m.i\ |"r<'-,'n',' fence at in AIOX1K( our I new healUv drink is a rou
    f. prepare ineies ,f> a,'I'''> of land. h\l'i miles from Taft. in Orange County Florida. posts, my place southwesjtKissimmee ,
    "1'1"1111101 tonic. well as
    him S <+> S. W. Downing I HtfFOR : S spring us a AprDcv

    '0 I S ,f S" I'',111.111", ti" //;//" 1'I"J\ < I Ahoiit ". arriM of tfrove part' in gooil bearing, balance just beginning 'splejminjrV' .ind I 'tatisfsmg I I hesemgiall : '. I h

    i .. ( In) l".i'1r: I I"> acres III (ultivation ; 40) acrt's fenced for pasture; smallhouse bargains in resident property \ i' liNo si:rv i III- other populiiri'
    ; .
    -l7/ I r .mS mV \' /:i >
    '"J:1, : : I ; large !barn extraordinary I line land. #$2250.1) )1.I 1. truck lands and! orange groves 'all on r-iks' and 1 110 <'u-'din. Id irk & and
    (0) "" ,' the
    II. M. Breaker. Kissimmei. Fla. 4 tf ]r. tfPON
    S .
    I I I'l'4 '"'H's' nf land a mile and. a quarter fnmi railway station two \ exc
    FOR SALK-One; Florida, raned. Tmij
    S mili-s I fmni t town I of 2OU! () people I' less' I than quarter mile i I from school I II I (FIc'ming.] ) { HE{ \'.' ear hail

    I and rhujre'li. III g,4hll l neighhoihi! about third in of h114.tahlI. '
    i 1141154)I A. "1 "I'I! I IUn ; grove SEVERAL. ) (;il fill>I \\1\IAllLL: ; I I out I.I 1)\\LI.J\jS! ; :: ( ; for Kelfor
    M. 1',1I"r. I ,
    rent to
    \\1" ... t tIM .ij.ply .
    I S
    OF i in ri. hi .nintf tiii's large anil shedMII, nf good( .! water Fine Inciitn .
    PROCEEDINGS l.l 1.. ", ,.. i.r f,"in I ,K. iou(i i i iI ,.i.iI ,., I (filM to sell, !Mill\ tower, purnii.' I t.inl\, : .
    t 1)11 fur hnnii1 \ij\ heap fin. <|luck luier. ,..v..rylhingcompl....... S. I II I. ullo..k. cau
    I I ,, t tK I I FIll> K! ll! :NT .\ -"..1..1 .iiMims. < in,HIT two

    : THE CITY COUNCILKissimmei 1,1,,1 I mi ".. I II 11!:! a>'n>.> ut land t tMI miles f"mm railvv ,,1, v, station hat' over <6401<>
    I liii Ian .' "U '11111.4. I 'to i of:, Ok.,- fr-ont. alum. 7'4lp'(4. 14!f giirte iinsisting of oranges, j.1ral'frllit; I, FOR SALE A horse" harm"ssv' \ .\ 1'luiniiii, . I 11 I t If tillret..
    ... . ,. WlIlon.IIIHo| Hn oil look "tllV") Jill -
    ; I.. I 1,4111.1.[ I ,0 fr..I ":';I".r.11'' \:' ":'", .I r I" ..I :a "d I t .uitfi, .i IIH s, nmn; than half hearing.: ; InLs, of lilai, 'kbrries. Sixloiufl (juin-of, J.I I ). CriHith, at !Mrs\ :d. FSears' Kl)l{ I Kl E;NT' 'Isui' lii.iulifid. I moms, WI itcoo>

    I 1 .' HIT "III. I It I III i I hr I I hoii-ii' *. t tu ") ,,"lIlw,.., he.uitifulus, of the UKand I tou n. 'this l rtusiI.'ri., ". oh i M.un si. I II I It v. illi li.itli \\ ill n'nt' i 'hi' '::1 i|' I Ini t the
    Fla. I I. 1 Ml luniiin! , \\ ) I t'lf
    I DosMiug/
    '' Apr T ilM mi' ., I . III "iax exiellent )>iiipn-ition' I>IMMIISI> the Iwnil,is of the I hrtett quality of I FOR l; :< Iiat'k.ll. :I pnft'h- flat
    ) ,
    The Council I met I m gular HI ssiimthere tim,
    I KM, I IIn V I SII .4 hainmoik es, ;1 lots 1 iixl47' foot, I trees,
    iri"4ident. \ and exira 1 goinl' fur brtTh farming and citius t fruits, and orangii .
    T. M. Rivers I Ftl( ))1)
    I1'1: Kxi
    being' present |" I. I IIH nil (li'ini In-l I 8 I I' ( niiiiii' \ iiitiatri I' cminf.
    i l' 9"
    .1 i W. Makmson: 1 J. M. Hansell" [ :I :: : , ;:; ::ijnI ;:: . .. : n.. i aln.a.ha I !. -< three (lowing I ",'.,11.I I I'aitv' cm' get return* from I both. the best ami I veil, Lilly I i in a\Kissimmee i'e C, I II I. .( 'on.,111'10,11.1 Hilristreet I |/:; I addltlil\ (.roiul! llnwill. 1{ urlj} I IIsl

    W. J. Svars J. C. Moor W. li. 'ra\v-.: / 1"I In,,inr.,, . I '" SMl 01'.1l.i!: and! ( miking on this. valnahlipl.u. .e. (Ounei? ilii.... n't live owner lilt:\ I I'JI.I| 'Mil I) |ppremisi i'i i. niiinth\I Si.l I K: I dins LI" on u I th'e

    t ,: ford. aititv city attorneJilbert > and. .J I. UI I : .1. II. i LliVM. '|" ' before t Ih. Iw,'.. and is willing I I I I to ,ell I at l less than real Value. ..... ,.!:! ;'" 1 II I ft 'pd' con.
    ( clc.rk.The IF () SCKKiN.Ssfu.l4.eVl.tLumbor thithi
    YtlJVAN'1' ( :: ; (
    ''l11el., Itsklntr til Ii .lelle\idol iell 1 inpioportion
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    S minutes of the last meetmgwere: ) "-: lefeiieiltune I %\SI. ha; .e I 11 I UJ ,acres, of land partly in the i'urpnli rl.* limits, of. Ki,>. ( '0. 'I'he>. mal\.. them tiny .
    I of t ta\; lIm.I 4 "
    I read and approved. I Reports, of otdcerswere Hills' % ei)un< H for" '.cons-iili i atumMr \ -iinniee. ibnnt tli1lt.tliml.. or. mine ofauh. i H.lnie ri/h, trucking land .5 sIze ami I kind i \ou "'lInlal1d t make I tliern SECONDHAND GOODSBougb 'tlhl
    S examined! and! approved fit. ( them otl
    were approved and ordered. paid us fol. If. i K: Svnili j.apie| .!ted liefoli, MIV'". /' :and ,11.ady.. to plant to ciopi( '. bal.dhce. bl'l'ndllllCro\,' to t Jive a trial 7t t tf -

    the} lioiinl. m.ikmir 'TI I. I 4t 1 HK mst! 1.11tain I'll' (KAMKS hens at $1..'.iie.nh.( : pet
    Forty <
    owe : I mil! |parll> \ l.lu4rpI. \inli pine tunbt I Land laid( out to town lots for ; Sold and Exchanged. Up.
    t pluinlunif.$ innsid'Tiii". ; same ,not. "in two 'ks, $5Oi; ( .',,1'1 h t Iwo
    < o< ,
    S M I Morph .>..h.r> HI. I nmMir IJM .-HS .. ,".", ordinatuioum' il'aflei in, .u'tV'i. of a inili- Iii-Mind this,>. Splendid" neighboihiHul und a st.igs Alto a large stock of Windows '1'' hT
    I Vll'I'llHllirBlHI. MMUlrhll, .complianceith" I $2 >ll c'ud.. E. I li Magby. < ,<>tlm", ,
    S J M Vli"I'hnuur" , nn.1 I |.....I ,In,,1!, ::1'.S. .u. I ,ihsriinmm" tin. mal 10'1' II14t 1 r\JI'I..d\ '.. ..1 t'.\ pi iee .to. )IIM-. I'i\e.loiini. house" cliuken yard, ett. Can I... Florulii (4-; I IfIF and Doors, Porch Columns, etc. 'Itie.I,

    K A sntiivr, "ulnr* .irn' |"nlnII >' .. the plumlilinir in p'tOI', ) to iUiri. all hini, onufor : half } time.. Come in and before !
    55 I-.I!
    ...11.! .' 0'' .NJ, i | | |11'1'1'k'n' at $ : ,, cash Balance/ iin I tee us buying
    I, \\lII'Am. -<.Iory s > i17 I. YtIrVAN'l' SC\EI'-S"'O"'ol! : ;: ; ,, S I
    ,l I plum) to be dune.trii I (' IK t in ancmlani -
    ,,, Kolll.lMIII. .1.\| II" I lr .'BU"l 'Uic5 ) JlI1J{ I '
    J |< ("1110"1.! KHlaij' .' Irk ;..Q" 'e u itli orihnnni efejfcerniiitf sanie I I.ii' k (.anleii; lots are selling!: ,,o inn' lu-st <'Ia") of plilfhiisei lioi LuruJii-r Co. make ,thi-iii IUII.f. \" I Oni') I Mi) ,11:1"Oll'd, : : I I is Oni) I DollnMlllll l 4u1

    1 TM I Rlv..... .<.ilar). HS .1It'roll"U| I 'uoIKI, I (On motion bV\'. J Sears. it was soonlered S Disc it 'Ill's, i'lose to town near it loading, station i is fii the aitsian" and.1 kind i you want and I make t th.. '", I 1.1! 'Us (1'I.' t.. SOUM. foipl
    Moore. HiilHry HI MiiliriniiiiW to (it. (;""t' them a trial, 7 If
    I .$1. that the new n.umil appoint a i an -1l:I\ "5' them for .s' MIOPPOSITE
    II M MbltiMiti. Iiflry *>s Hl'lerlilMU' i holtvhin, t tine, llotvmg wells tire <* certaintso the land can !hI' -
    ; wit
    j M H.nUIl|], tularr n> HliliTiimnW 00 coiymittee to-draft s-uitaldi- resolution"retrnrdinjr EAUTIlP, N DALJ.) : These '. '
    J Hi:* Kulnr.). im. .nll.TiiinnKHHI ,,I : : .i I ..III i I ( I the death ol ( 'ol'lwl.J.I I \\'. nioisti-nei,,, '; at I ,my time I (besi i4.l1 anitjs ,such rich I land that i it will I I produce acre !lots i IP I'iilOiJtIllPhave' udvniitngeH" I POSTOFFICE liv

    I i. ) | t1| Co.l.h.11,11.!) lein" ri ntKraWmlly ,1l Ill" Aderhold who for so main vi'irs; served with leas than oiie. fourth thr fertilizer 4Hat. pine lands require.; of location splendid soil and they M D WILSON & GO. Cll! ,

    P. A V.n. A Knew nuliiry clt\ ultornn'' ; > If J the city In the capacity of mayor. In fact.many crops/ire grown on V.hcsc! lanes without any fertilizer are growing in 'value. Let us show ,L : 'S th.
    J. Jt..Gllberl.exp. flu. " ". 15ith J Hon. ne
    T. M. Murphy presented Mayor. Nelson Co. :
    A. D t.lllMirt clerk i.l clwilxm . :I ()t. whatever.- eaii' be bought on earn terms 8mI'tb;>fie lands are the you._ Realty __l'llt '_
    S I '. II. C. Stanford to council having;.been Jte
    Glvellou. .
    BViam.ll.. ol .
    'S R.A. L.M, hrKiin, inaniiaBr iininnijiT or eloottiiuH . . I t t,I duly swotn in by the grow in value and l pay -forge return on ,the.Investment. Full FOR SALE) -Twolv<\ acr ".oranjre and '.' S exrl

    S M 1'Uim, n'"M..r' uf ol"ill'ii I IS. .'0, whereupon Mayor retirmEvor.| darticulars! interested parties. '.. ':.*, . fi i ',. grapefruit grove, about three 'miles -.--" .1r I
    f fou I It. f,
    Ueorllof..HI\tIR.( William ": ',, ', )I'I' I '1 *I from KisBimmee, on .railroad. 'Will .heCO1-
    I addressed tI i
    pnately !
    ,,,. .. .. ? ) i
    Willie Muniien.' wltnem Im). "
    49( mile from railroad station good house! and Iir1ii'Teteap. sell at a bargain. ..Addres8 W. II.S '
    Bell Ad k Inn, Milnem feu. .. mr t''ptan.'Of, aaid'fclTice; eNo, commending acres quarter. : FOR
    lirael Warrtu HUnem) Joe iJennie m -" Arnold, Kissimnec; .'Fla. 41-tf SALE CHEAP FOR CASH 10- pe
    /' Ito Mayor Murphy\ th. retiring mayor, Let us tell you about it. Also 40 acres three miles from

    HllHi.. l/lllllly Kim.wId'fro U 'Itlll-MN J tell I III for so ably handling, the, i.its 's alfairs I town w ,ith small grove and another 4'') nearby ; just the! place to lo- I (FINK LITTLE I HOME I IN TilE CITY da
    II. lit \1'. B Drew o. mlllllU. ) t liiMik t"I . during his adminintli" ,ation of severaltei We have about :a t acres, fine littleplace WIth
    who ,desire (to close .
    I Henry SIIIIK ana nu ( O10 aiil 1 I In |P'un 1 ms. tae some neighbors live' together.Many / Orange: O"-o e ]197 old
    i .
    i .
    t close| in and! splendid for trucking \
    S MoCtII'dtr t 4)S ,
    S Dun dmMHIov The after vote1 other haigams of merit and all kinds-! of safe ami profitable trees S'3 .""nt-'l > Jo:
    \. I L. VV'Inu. IItVIO$ 'for imuiiiri ) .1 0'' council extending a and ('hi..kpnrIIRII1g.: ;,-roornhou,...., n acres tinder -
    Z. KolM-mon m..U..IIIII. imultJ"W. ::1 I IS ,,. of thanks to President! Rivers; and other I 10\OUt flteiit$, S good water. valuable 41ace! own fe T :e One mile from VU
    B. Mmklnnon) <.'0.. "'d'" I.H) .1 I. haUt
    retiring oflicers for efficient services'" |
    ed by a Kansas man, who will sell at
    KlMlnllu.\'B.I"> '.x.Ite.' ;>riulliilUHI 12 i'HO city. APPLy to
    -- - --- -- -----
    eola Coiinly. ifradmi" itreetU 00 rendered on motion. adjourned sine die. -7 reduced price.. It will pay you to investigate | ,
    J' H. liiKrmn um fOr i-lrefl \* : Upon for trcit work 'l 011: I the council reconvened there Nelson Realty Company I
    II i..r: ::: : in new r< '
    .1.1 L. orci t for strot WIll k OHIU GRAYSTONE HOTEL KISSIMMEE. flORIDA tr,
    Amertriu Owl, Irnn I9.elJo| "'*i eq.; i IIe| I 4iiH. I being present W. B Makinson J. C. CITY J PROPERTY-Three( fine cement th
    W..}(, Hnuile-Kou. wlari .lj Itroin"" . OH" !MooreJ., M. Hans 14.II. H M. Breaker I OVER) CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE FLORIDA cottages, 5 rooms with hath just i S
    KeJ"ohuaon. MI.a"I,1 t* Her |"I"nt l ill miJ and best of I I af
    | C. W. Dunn and .J. K Gilbert clerk completed Very pretty

    ,t W.R&f.M.1..utchltn K Ihud"r.. ..,ii,,"aIIy MIS Aatnr.ur ''')\1"plum .44044S HI" 0" motion by J. 1\1. HanselV) BMakmrton material used lathed and plasteredinstead l'' }.' IW

    Berry 1'xlneUOaoeola "IB'y .. "neVor .u. miUi wa: nominated/ to serve atpresident of plastering on stone makes I atm,
    Hdw Co UpnIllK iM..ln. ', ."> of council for the ensuing them absolutely dry. Will sell for The Home Bakery ManTak
    ... . 1 I'I.\ S I I III
    W. A. Jalniir aalaf7ali|>l K L or
    -r; S 8. F.. Ganluar. n.lary fnnln. 11k. ..1.r7 ilmman K. I.. HJ. 4,l Ul The bond! of the marshal was pre other. Might: rent one or twoof them.
    ., S C.: !Uiicklan. Hue worn' .U v'' scnted and referred( to the city attorney Nelson Realty Co. U-tf::
    $ S- 1i W. K Heud.""" ". dratane I K I. I- 7ro I this opportunity "Jinan k
    1, Mach Bran., iirar>K" E. 1. I' and favorably reported! Same upon the .
    If' FOR SALE-Bearing Grove good people of this i Is
    ifr Ike Ptettlep> 4ra.g., I P. motion, was' duly approved, and tiled Orange city for .
    $ J. K. Ullonrt. aalarjr :: t.ooll !clor '4i UO wiin tho clerk. 700 trees 80 acres. It acres fenced their liberal; patronage and would g, to
    J. R. UiIb.I1.. elI h h I... I I' 15 ."
    S axproa i n hammock, pine, marsh and prairie k''
    115 l'\ An ordinance suifire.: fed by the Un. also take this ,
    h W. O. Baal. winxi E I. P and house. means, to say that
    land packing
    M. B. lantou. wixxl h L. p UII! derwriters' Association was presented cottage eim
    limited! facilities
    our '
    S U N: tarah. A Cii til'kelKlMimmiie i I; IM to council, which was referred! to the Next yoar's crop estimated at 6XX( for. making tt
    l.uiiilmr Uu fur 1 h. I.. P. rlf boxes. Cash terms. goals! will '
    \ "Imi I who to or Address pVevent ( for awhila"))) our p inc
    city attorney was requested
    pi O JourtiAi', jirluuliiit t:. 1.. I I' < immel' '
    Box3-15 Kis Fla. 48-tf
    I. ). I>"nn. work 'lor E. I.. l I' I. ivli advise council regarding earne.CommunIcation Owner, general delivery to all parts of the ; U:
    Florida.. EluotrI l Cu. iiiilna lor K I I. 1* a : L <
    received from Attorney I city. Quality and
    S. .S i WeiUoifi'ouiw t1 ler Ci mtrtwr 144'S. FINE LITTLE FARM-Forty acres of variety will be
    /S UarLoiIc Packing I ; Ci; >.. |i": Lkinn't:. 1.. ,I' I 'U W. E. Shmc'rtrelative to injuries ) good land quarter of. a mile from sta- maintained always. Our'nice

    ; I C:HIu Klvo 1 o.. colillliulauir K I. I' 8' Oil received by fall on defective sidewalk I RU.BER.OI.DRoofing tjon, 5 miles from Kissimmee, hun- *
    'EI""t.n. Alipllatii Co inuifriKou I tI 2U r
    ?k on motion same was referred' to city s
    *1 Otravva inilite for K I. POatiMila 2 01'L I dred yards from school and church. HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS '
    'F Harilware Ci> !*! C. W luilne |mi iKiimt.D. .. .1. '., received from A. C trees most all good Also HOT BREAD .. u
    S \ orange
    4. :
    Kotuiulo olnHM work
    Si- .
    railway company asking that court
    S Uubvrituii. Hi-den' paid 1 mreel \>iirk 11910\ : land balance fine trucking land some
    -*. -y.Z.( ::. Patrick: aKeut IL' tt .t'TjipiW. | > 'L 9$ cil pass resolution! authorizing properauthorities splendid timber and a place to buildup will be ready mornings and afternoons -
    U. : : K. I lrClllB II\ II to contract
    0l I Patrick, utsiit >tIlt. \ sign governing a nice 8,01 jood home, 4-
    grove /
    ; $im Hank Int. on Hire*! warranlHW I 10'lI construction of wafer and! sewer lines and a nice variety of I'IRS
    J, .aearM. ox, to Imnna 'lor cIty K 00 room house, pretty location, on the and
    on railroad property which was re Jacksonville and Tampa automobile CAKE Parties and Weddmgv

    : Uj Treasurer's report| for March liUl\ : ferred. to city attorney with the request route. Price $l,1390< < time on rart if a specialty I

    GKNtaLHJNU. that sIi7t! aTt6Yney notify railroad comi I desired. Nelson Realty Co. l-tf:
    .) Perfe residences schools h
    ) 1'.....\.lan.. from lant report S .*"! 'C i party that it t Is. the will, of Council that fadt/ ,
    . 'l'o.rut truth rltluaint ,I to., IISS I engineer: representing{ said company farm buildings, fadtoriesi,.; I ,1.It'r l .19 h
    trupiTii* .
    SS I I meet with council 7 WANTED
    IMI Friday. April ,
    0 'rota 1 f;" A, D. 1111.!) to "which date council adjou.rned ( DARLINGTON AVENUE titl

    \ By paid warranla i. .I' Owing to bOa long life and low cost of maintenance WANTED-Large tract of land In - - --. --- tld

    \\'. B. !Makmson President RD-HKR-Oin i IH the moS economical of all roofing materials.It either Lake Orange Polk or Osc..olacounti..s.
    To .balance on hand 8 111"41)I ) with good L_ C=..A..L "IST.ER:
    j .I. H. (.ulert. ( Ii-rk Is water, sun- and time-proof ; fire-reiisiinfr.: transportation tin
    fRT KUNII facilities, for colonization purposesAddress :; :1ss1r.ntnee's
    I To balance from la..t .rrportToaultiuui 0 .511' 11 There are over 300 Imitations of RL-BHR-OID Rooflnx. Itoi-lar care Valley (Gazette. I S V

    (nun lax, cul e< l l.r -,7_... I Notice.! I II .' which U Impressive! evidence of its high quality. An inferior 13-tf "'QIV"ell Driller n

    -/0. II,.7 7" article Is never imitated. -S tl

    S lly |ialil TotalS Harritiits "'.il b .0, I The Kissunmei-, :and Cold.Stag, WANTED: ) -Kefined{ couples or gentle. is i prepared to drillARTESIAN h
    / ('ompany.has" di.,..uled, to discontinue Un COLORED RU-BER-OID ROOFING men for several nicely furnishedrooms

    : To iMklaucu 1.1S : : dehveiva I i ( ",on on S'siindava' Parties In Red Brown and Green l 18' ihe only 'prepared with bath; the best meals the WELLSin fiB

    j .; IICH..I. II NI> I wishing,, !It",'. however ran s -cure it bv roofing to b, had in permanent colors. market can afford Corner Main and 0V
    . \ To .balance from .....1 ruiwrl I I;,if calling at the. plant hefjm* 1 lio'cloK) Pacific street 50.tfIF
    f \ 'BiQUUiit roll' ) I lax .iin|' i \tor '1711 ..14Silt ; WATCH FOR TilE RU-BER-OID MAN ----- any siction of Florida C
    I hundav, niolinngs 1I' :" .
    YOU IIA V}: well located land a
    ( or.. a
    j Bj IxklauroB1.ECTKIC I {110 :1I. I'', R. T Itutler. President He Is the guarantee of the best roofing. good business/ proposition for sale'at a

    I l.lfillT KLMTifbaUnce >. 14-4t j jj Ten" of
    I. write at years successfulVoll' 1
    from taat report s '49L I Send for Roofing Booklet.. Every,per ton who own*. or hot*. ) enclosing self|price addressed! stamped me once envelope Drilling is a Guarantee of my ?
    K. L. Collator 1144 '.4)SI to own.' a house should. have tilt* fjook .
    To amount Irom. ; j Florida Maps. !: .. for reply, (owners only). Address Ability to produce the beat

    11777 ,I t J.: C. Ross, 816 Second Avenue results. cr]
    '. Total Upon receipt of 25 ct'nta.Bt the Valley ; THE STANDARD CO.
    11"I i PAINT -
    warrant | Minn. .
    5;. By paid .1 South, Minneapolis 14- t r
    Gazette olilce a'l\Ocll..t of Florida -
    .. map .
    New York. C
    .. 100 William Street
    t i 1117 ;.1 I -'
    hand will be mailed --- S
    0 $o balance on v> any address in the .
    4 r BAMiTAiir PUND.. I I United! State' We qan also furnish U001IS AM OAHIrROOMS FOUR INCH t

    To balance. from Uat report t .I7U4!: <>> of Osceola county at .1 each and'I DISTRIBUTORS WELLS A SPECIALTY .
    'la" Coi.euor OSCEOLA'HARDWARE CO.
    Amounlfrom I glad: to estimate.01). ) sectional mapsof TO RENT-Either smgl' orS -

    TOtal .. . I ,117 ::10 tiny kind. KfSSlMMEE. FLA. S en sjiite; suitable for light house lt
    P. O. Box lI'
    I 1 XIt 344K:1sS1r.ntnee..Flor1c1a.
    . *
    ., 3 3S.- 117 paid warrant"* S - I I keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simp.

    :'-or. baJI1t. . . . .... ... IU 48, I Large desk blotter for sale here. .. S son 3-tf : : : .- .. !
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