Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 26, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00491
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Flowers at. the opening of the -summer; 1: 'Th'J, ; ,. to yearn: for'i lucre'\ than., that :.1.*. too = TIIriYa&n'' '
-viWlgSllpEPAY; season, will attract larger represent-! Board of Trade '
'Lion, and a host of visitor' grasping tolmike\ a good eltl& n. :OUR: PUBLIC; SCHOOt :
J The local! Baptist church will be 'rep -Ma fall crop 6Tvegetable -

;Committee Appointedto: Make-:'Atj resented ;by' Tutor Bunyan 'Stephens i 'Upholdsthe. *, entirely' by the storm that'awepiover ,___-__ .fiftf +- V .=
Council Florida ft r.
,rangements for )the Holding Bf will and-:deliver Holy .C the% ,A.address, Carson.of welcome Mr, Canon to \' .,I.. ' : : that; middle of last last October"February, but." to, from the Closes Its AnhualrSesiaMfJter the... .
w Such a Dad ilk i JtissimmeeV.( i the convention. This 1* an honor right ENorts'to'Jv r v : ; ,- r- V present time he hat aold. over three .", 'Most* ;SucccssfuJ.,Year, in, ,
Iii Its thouaand.
c Klsslmntee Clepiier'attclBetter dollars4 from '
truck I'
\ worthjpt
.. ;\ -: ly'coaferrcd. ,in' addition.tol j being! a ; Its history]
.rfTh. < this ai> '" .
{ garden
** deacon In his been' City ,By acre and atill the eeaSJftWfe. ,
Trederatita'ie.Ionon ijome church he ha* Prohibiting Cattle 1-
Board ,of Running" at
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,, .A ... f Lat::y'''r"MrZHanaen .- : .
movement honored by the. state i withthachair : r"H" ,
Tuesday night, initiated large on the Streets.; \ / t cold 1220 On
Friday IUeh
worth of evening
hay which the School
. coat ?
., ,
that result (In aa much good 'to Klaimmee manship oMhj-board. of tru.tee.'of Columbia \ ' --< I J'f' '
will him
nothing to Auditorium was '
;and again 'filled r
"+ B&ptl.t'colle of grow aaya that he tO| itejit-
that barn'.verb.en Wlleg.W ; '
aa any enterprise Florida. 'Then two...years agob.wu During the put.few monthk'It'li.eini' 'I mending the .action of the CityCouncil will. market'' twice that amount this. most capacity to listen to the dctdama- ,
; to further ,
: .engaged in by our clty'a Interest* -that of AoldIng -'' elected president of the Florida Baptist of theBoard o( j in the introduction of the ordinance to orange' ; High

"Trade D.y.,"- : '. Convention,"which'position he atiU occupies Trade is' just might better more In. prohibit cattle running l large'on!our I grapefruit and peach. trees; one eacb who had won a 'place', ,in-the annual
a .
: medal
To those who are unacquainted: with.the .Holdin these. positions, and tructlve and! entertaining' than the streets during any part of the day or.4ft 'last! ''year yielding' him! "eighteen I ' eon teat.: .sIn

,Meaning 'and'obJ eets. of a "Trad along-with them.the love 4 and esteem of one previous, but It I is our opinion that night. .Thin neWr'has, been''',qu..>I. bushel. >\ former yeaW.; only one medal loss
'It little beeircontetted
the One held on Tuesday night far out. Lion require figuring on thewader's for on .these occasion, rr
;" we.will that it I. nothing hi* brethren throughout the stateit is preaenf.ed to'our, people that ha I
'Day "1. : the '
ill more nor lea th.n. miniature county quite t fitting".that ** should be.oa the distances any that ha* taken place alnc been more generally dlcui ed, and"V -part to discover that' land. onepresented by"Hon. f I: A;Car- "
the Uoard' organitatioiir whleh produce"five'. ', hundred dollar inn, but through the of Mr- "
.Th hall few of our'citizens b. an generosity -i
business program to welcome the'convention to \ gone so far aa : ;
The menbanta.and menof' .
fair. .
?- city contribute certain pricea to be Floridaf was well filled wJth'i'\ "representativebusiness to' elroulat'a petition ,(which *v' very! acre in vegetable' (in ;:'one season'will, R.,O,' Meek mother one was given thn
s contested *for by thou living' In ..therural' The convention meets the1723,, and men when Presidint Tripleit few>sighed) requesting' the Council not i produce at 11'.t. a'thousand doll.n"1 year-'the :Carson medal. to the best d*>

.- . ditricta, prise to floe.given for the< klssimmee delegation' will le.y.Ta.lklay called the member' to ,order--at'' 8 to pas the ordinance, but the real pro i worth' during'.the year, That, ia what I claimer among the' girl. and 'the Meek

the best Jar .of preserve's, the largest noon* o'clock and before the. meetmc- bad gressive'I .'.nt.rpr sing:, public-spirited.. Mr. Hansen )i*' inakln'hl*. grouml onCypres. medal to" declaimer amongthe. ,, '
; '
i the of the largest -"" ------ !held thirty minutes, standing. was citizen have; declared that Klailmme Island do :. J 4- .
melon ear corn
C bog the'beat(\be.t pound of 'butter and .i5-pouND CATfisH at a' premium.A .- shall blossom forth into a real'up-to- And sail some people ''wonder what U! ,In t *.original' entry five girla and! *ix

t .* other'thI Jf8' that are grown* on .J..j 100....*' the* minute e Ot>> the prev- date city;:'and that'nothing. shall standin : making the'population of this. .section. I boys>.re elected for the honor qf eon::
many ; '
lou "meeting.had, been read and approved this road of Cows i increase. at *o rapid rate. i|-teatmg, but on 'account"of'' Illness and
progress. runningat ,
the (arm. and produced the dairy, Ought 1.-1' Shirtglc':Creek Last, Sat: I I other providential hindrance four ,
'71k'ru_,BOyemlne.'TrsdeD.ys"-pro- Secretary Stanford, read,the large on our street is about the last only.

\;vide_that no jperaon 1 living In an incorju. urday; Morning.: following; communication, which wee link,that bind Klsairnme\ to the day !CARL: BAXTER i'of. the boy were present, wp

;. ordered read on. the minutes,and a when it was merely flag station on The.t.young'"lady'-contestant* :'wert i
In the .a
_ju.porated town county can com- fevery time ; ft "
we frite a hahlitory Misses ,
committee the ,.Porinn. Gilbert,Alma,.' Griffin
and th.t'.U wan appointed, consisting main line of a pat railway, andthat ;
prise; things
offered pate. for in competition for a prize shall some smart aleck boW -up and says of H. C. Stanford, 8. J. Triplet&: Wl; link..Ot'now be aevered. The argument.was Of SI-Cloud Goes to.Washington in Eton Guice-E": Woodall Lucy Buckets '
I that our fish minnow
win> only a com- B. rfakinson and Jolla'\\d. Lee to take "eow. and Helen Jones.: The boyy present -
the of the organizes used that were the ;
l become property certain Charge of An '
paiwTtSTbe one he caught on a Officer.
the matter with. the' County Conv sole were :Nathan, Bryan: Ben Downing, I.
k holding the "fair" when the day up aapport pf a few aged and decrepit
tion occasion and In eertain that ,
water :
e :end.. will,, be .selected to'pax no mla 11rJ.ra.and..nd'.Vor to Induce them widow in, ''our city, and if the cow Toe nsWupapet;;,, printed at Str;' Cloud, James, Funk and. Edward N.wtton'ab ,
Judges heard "before 'and
one ever give
we to' rescind their action at their last take off the streets and Which is the"property of the Seminole sent, Stanley, luilock'andkIfarry WJlI
of .were these wld- ;. .
trthe m/rlte the different exhibits |the said aleck 'due warning= right here '. Land I' .. f
t meeting, and bull and.berifT'a' owe and Investment Co. and ama.-\ '
"and will award the prize to the ,
successful contestant*. and and now have that this fish story I I. true, residence at some point 'In or arourtd would be. .thrown on' the charity of a I called, the St. Cloud,, Tribune, appear' AU the .contestants'acqulttid themselves 'a'
we' the this office
\iU Another n.e tooJrtilch "Trade Day" to back picture-In' the! city that would not objection: 'cold and cruel world: ..A* an'answer tothat to have 'had rather' a stormy voyage"]i splendidly and each one.... of._them ". T

N: I.I put and from .which; it taker it* On up our statement able to the citiaen-of JCisslmijAee, and argument (and we do' not believe since'the day it wa launched' ,.a*,'one duervedmed",,"but'16'e'r: .weN.on17'

,I : :-..-name,' -I* -that every person In 'the N..'A. Saturday Clay and mornipg til: .McQuoiin last Messrs.went Mayor Stanford'was Instructed to appear any answer is.necessary', for there lire' after the other of ita. editor have for two-tp be given, and (It was' left to CoL ;:r

,ji: county who ha*> to
on a fishingtrlR. Shingle abnut
," '. brings it to the city on twC-any, a's on two miles from this city.,creek and shortly taro what action that. body.'Would take. ,] that Is simple and easily comprehended, a few, month.,.but'' all except the last Mia. Betti.Anltman, to:' decide wbom'.f';

that occasion people in very walk oft after 'their1 on the subject : .> '1k, what would these poor widow do one have separated rthemselve: from the'lueky onehould bf.'Their' Choice 1 .;
throwing line in the water % '
life will) be' assembled, and knany who a fish too th. hook that "Klssimmee, Fla., May's, 1911. if their cows were to die T Would they that newsy sheet-withinary a stain biil fell on Miss Lucy Backela'; ,and N.than'l
de.I ".-to purchase a horse will wait for them to be,tbe'.ize of. a whale-small fo 'To'the Honorable )Board of. Trade, die: too, or would they turn their attention their record. as good;,,moral,,'and law' Bryan, which, we believe met with theapprobation'of w

that day, or, any other thing to be aid whale, of course-:and after, working City. / to< the' ra'sing of flowers).fruits '.abiding gentlemen., a'lar0e! : majority'of 'th* w ,:'

on or ahput ahome 'a farm. It-also for sometime succeeded in I ."Gentlemen: ft will b 'aa .Irrepar. wind vegetable which appear' to US This last one, hoi ir.ver.-an +;,who ii audl nci. i'j' '

t '.G.; .enables the people become acquaint. ttshship, which they brought landing to1, the isle able'loee'to"the whole city and county td be a much .cleaner, nicer and more by name Earl Baxter/left'the city on ; Colonel,,:Gelger( ,' "",chairman of' e, t

i ". ed a thing thct Is sadly neglected durv'' city where it 26 : If the work done'- byyourcommittee, remunerative business- -dan- that of Monday |at for tfieJNatlonal Capital awarding: committee' ,, delivered- .'
-, weighed pounds, forth tn close company with a United State medal and made,.a graceful and apprtato ,. ,., ,
i appointed .
: 'ing these time* when our section: 37 inches Ion/, Its head 9 Inches wide seleajgg ij.-of: jJ!jU.cow-milking.' After discussing the -
site is allowed to wastes) .geputyminhal; the, officer comm all addressj in'w ch.b. paid., aplen
rapidly filling 'up with.strangers from and 22i in circumference ami'its to go It.was subject from every"point of the compass -
the North .and West "trade'TtoyU mouth inches"across.; ,hard work 'patient .work,- and best ofall a Vote wa* taken' and the Couhjaf the"Way frpnf ihe-0Istrict<' of.Coldrabla I Tlld tribute fo. t EorBtllhTcontestants for the, .

,Will, ho taken advantage of byma y of The gentlemen who Caught tha,mon effective wqrk. Their selection of action\ .w... unanimously endorsed -Cloud., to-have the supreme pleas excellent manner' In which their declamations "

....our, country' friends to come to the city .ter hold the .positions of second and .a.ftite'wa. an inspiration; there Is not with the., exception'of one dissenting or of Mr. Baxter'a ;;COIQ.plllybaek to were receive and raid he only

.' ''J and \Irenew ':old acquaintenceship with third' trick ticket ;agenta at the A. C. another piece.of" 4'1'1IJd! In the county Note, and the secretary was instructed the town1 where grafter thrive and the regretted this. there,were' pot enoughk.. ,

MI. those' whO. they have not seen for L. depot in this city, aiid are preparedto to equal: ii fool ,tlt, "purposeThlnkjaf to notify the Council.q(the!;.Boud'a ac-, "dear pepuT' ava' whlpsawed.' Ques- medal." io go rounit'On :-tJ ',,,-' /
| ''A' the ''about .tion. tlon as we might, around Sunday morning at-Hi o'clock'the
? prears, for.those living different part! flirnish\ pictures of their fish to county's acquiring: two acres aa ,
\ of the county seldom meet -so completely who doubt\ this story The writer of of city lots with* lake'frofiU, for Messrs. Roy J, Cunningham, C..C. we may we could not find out why the annual eomm r' ment sermon was .'

is their time taken up with at this ,item know.v.the story to be true, $22501 I How long can,It remain at this Wolfe'>and H- H. Edick were elected authorities so .longed or' Mr.. Baxter's preached In.the auditorium by Rev S.

t.ndinjtWtaelr duties on the farm ln .'a* he sew the .ft..h.jiS". price if we are to have a population of membership and a bill) of the presence there "at this time, and so S. Snyder. pastor of the Presbyterian'

-the grove oran the ranch. It will. give . - 10.000 in two yeah J This lot shouldbe Valley, Gazette for f 1.60 waa ordered great wa* that longing that the cold 1 church who took for hie text "So. Run 7u ,t

"": ,. 'te wpm
,"} offm the! rural districts a chance to seeIn POND .the jail I. built., .It will not be to meet on Monday May 22d at 7:30: p steel band: onhi guest's wrists; was peclally'directed to the graduatingclaaa

.". what great cfty$ Klsslmmee 1* bcom- --0.-. ble to get another.Bite its.equal for.:.the tn.l:;( in the Council! chamber.; J JOf > but we did learn. that sometime sao and wlille'haexhorted them'to "I

.";, 'In&."and the, women especially the op. tjn ...8uilf on Lake Shore by. Mr. purpose or _at''any pricey ' s. .... ' the court had,,ordered ilr.; Baxter .to obtain. all the learning and ,worldly "V

.portunity-lo view'-'the...styles-of frockwaid "I would suggest that your comma .- RALLY pay to Mrs.' Baxter a certain ..umofmoney good possible, he urged them no '.to .

bead wear now in use among the I :V ". H.' W Thurman. . .. tee be. retained to ascertain what parts : DAY: / each week and that of late he oegleet their spiritual welfare. iWaddress. -.
'feminine sex... An all, 4Trade P")'" A very novel although very'essen respectively, the'.city, the.county and ," : had failed .to comply with the Jaw's de- showed careful preparation .

will be. the,.gala day In Klssrfnraee'a tial, enterprise ha been entered 'into the.people individually, would contribute '.the 'American Woman's mand. .Anyhow,'we gees by this time, throughout, and was a., moat ..eloquent ,

..- bl.torYylnd when our people feel-andaee by Mr. H. W. Thurman, the'genial proprietor toward the purchase of this lot, to league he haa-declded: that: Tit was a Very.unwise snd logical discourse* which held the

,the, re.ulta..of the first one, we feel of our. magnificent hotel the be presented the county for a jail "' Will Be Next Monday. thing to do to neglect to obey the wrapt attention of the large audience.

certain; that they will be repeated at Gra.f8tonetbat of building fish pondon site, with the condition that if not utilized The s court's decree'rnd still remain Jn the Splendid singing wa rendered by a:,chorus
league all the land is
y least once sysiy: ;three months. the lake shore. The pond is located for a jail building within say five its raliyday. Hart over Memorial having United States. It I I. possible Mr.. Bax- made up from the choir of the different
c The committee" 'appointed' by the just at the end of,Mr. Thurman'a truck years, from time presented then the lot I will observe Chapter ter will be a much wiser man when he churches In.r the city; who,'bad
Monday 15th and
Board of Trade consists of Messrs. H. garjlen: and near the maple grove, and to be said at public sale and proceeds' that day the ladies will, May the, town on again come among u*. ,IDfSTRUCTIVE been trained under the able direction .

C, Stanford, John M. Lee and H. M. will he' so constructed that fish can refunded to the contributors with their tor subscriptions. canvas Mr, J. W,, Prentls, and TAU highly' enjoyed

r breaker and these gentlemen have begun come from' the lake through a channel pro rata of profits from the sale. fiRE a* waa._also_the..violin duet by
'", active work looking to the holdingof into the pond which will be of sufficient "Under these conditions' I wO\ld ,league and is is a great sub criptlon Mr. Brown and Mrs, BullockThe ;/ '. ;
agency supported by the
.1 4' the greatest '"little fair" In Kissim- depth ,to accommodate- the start the ball rolling with a subscription missions. It takes graduation exercises were-held

mee that ,hall ever been witnessed by flab necessity. to. supply the hotel' of goo. university which money educating supportthe A. C. L. freight! Depot at Orlando on Monday evening 'and''' brought out).
/ the largest
t people of Florida. tll.wltb as much desire "Respectfully submitted, audience ofauVThere'were i
gue sport aa they :
. thousands >
( to Indulge In along that line. .- '"T?M. Murphy.' [Lvhom of. league members many of Burned pn) Wednesday.A 4 five graduates:. Ezekiel Pherigo el... :

'f' HON.' C A. 'CARSON Mr. Thurman, I.I continually devisingnew The question pf making provisidn for 'could'otherwise.never, havej The"obtained..great education Art- short whileafter the'clock struck history; Miss Kate" O'Berry essay,-'

schemes for the entertainment and the proper care of Rosehill cemeterywas Academy with ita of 12. today the fire alarm wa sounded "The Continent of Opportunity; *'\;MU
corps world- Phyllis '
convenience jof! fcis guests, and'spares presented and a committee of famous and In a very few minutes the fire company JarrelL'eesay, "Mark Twain a.
master and equipment
WaD Deliver Address of Welcome at neither eon lnor.% palm to-:give them three-Messrs. N. C. Bryan, A.' iS. draws heavily the its was on I its way to the Atlantic 'a Humorist j'; "' MI.. ,Maude.Thnmason,.

Baptist Convention. the beet that this most favored section,I Nelson and F. H. Lawso'n-were ap- yet'affords on opportunity league's. for resources the Coast Line' freight office which bad ci ass .prophesy? .. .atrence.;.,Jobneoo. ,' rr

.' and: big excellent" hostelry are capableof. I painted to solicit funds for that heen reported afire. The report "was, claa.iJl.. \ '> -
purpose study af fine arts to thousands ,
.. 'Nextjweek will witness the gathering The Graysrone is second to' no and turn same over to "Council an entirely J correct one and the flame Th,* program pf these ex'ercise was'
'of the vast host of Southern Baptist In would never have been able' to gain .
hotel were shooting far heavenward opened with singing by a class. of High
', in the state that keeps its door man H M. Breaker chairman of the such 'education outside the when i
Jacksonville. Jjall, probability this open the round and ofTe/r cemetery committee league. the company reached the spot A School efrla./'aceom X 4JtW .Bnnna"I
L. fwl year / more was the local The local chapter receives '1. < <
be the
convention a'partof '
"., largest ever as Inducements to the traveling public pressj-equeaited to coupling wa made in a'Very !short time orchestra Professor R M. Evan then .
.a subscription
open tHe ;
Ambled on Florida soil. This conyenjj"Uon" +i:enyvtherin'itscleetih'thi Sout1a 'Ioi the i8Puri)08e.) The forMts own"expense. and in a few second more a flow of teed the annual honor,roll* (which will '

; ,/ T*-T.--aijii "IKalonly those cities . .j---- :. of 'our ar cemetery should-bfl proper'Ope our !I' business If the town would give its subacription ."w_ter wag being thrown: on-the blaze be found In another1 column'' of this Issue -, ;-,
with ample 1 facilities'can hope to I to the chapter there would be ) and he followed .
hotel ,
i MAYOR PRAISED, Him, and that It has been permitted to established the The' preasure wa not very'strong and wa i.J>y SuperinUndent
entertain it, Jacksonville thoroughly a regular income for the fire .under such .of 'Public Instruction'W. .
get in Ita' dilapidated and j got headway art to J. ',r 4
present ] ,
tR prepared to take care of those who attend -. ne- Chapter House expenses, with no need Sear, who delivered medal '( t
n.ake it to'nve ;
.impossible the depot. to the foi-,* i4
glected condition Is to the shame of i .
our _...
to '
raise '
for there are probably more hotels for His Efforts to Make Kissimmee people. It ia hoped that tJ't.enmmltrtee fund otherwise. The sub-- Attention! .WM .then turned to.WalkerBros' .! LnS.1'uPL: --.._ ....... "- '-,.;.. ..",:. .........
& In Jacksonville than In any cither : crptlon! departmenr'bae been 'sO enlarged
town General 1 excellence JD
I !! blgih"ool.
packinghouse. Several .,
streamsof ,
Cleaner will not hi ,
Better moment
a Town. delay beginning
>m the South. .*... "" with more expert clerks In the water played this Edward Newton, RoN tnedal "
on but ;
It is always work, and that every person in office., so that blj h1lng. .
This will be-the first time the Southern pleasing'to a man to subscriptions will beflandld Mathematics.
the frame ;
KiMimmee will }Ifnd it convenient tog structure tinder Abywmary:' : ata'p i
; know that '
; Baptist Convention ever met in effort along any line expeditiously. and mWal VfrC /
won ail hope of saving it ;
aban, ;
was ;
I fund:: .
re liberally to
; ;; Florida.: For that meet thevapproval of the -of this Watch for the purple and white '
; reason' Florida aaj people. his on doned. Excellence In.English, PhylH :Jamil! "r
M..A. S. Nelson stated that there ?;
L .._ ", well u Jacksonville, is making every community and more so to a public of. Monday, and be prepared to respond to The Citrus Exchange house Fell medal! | /' _'. V"! .
packing .
pas a in the who
possible preparation .to makethis convention ficial therefore\ if a few more of our gentleman city con'templated the request that you give your subscriptions General excellence In .
citizens starting kraut and pickle wasthe next to bum, and it 11 alsonpw grammar school, r,
)'the greatest in the history of would.adopt the count) punned to the chapter. ''Celeste
the factory, and requested; Mr. H., H. Ed- -- .- only a pile of ashes. Neither of Moseley,Roe* silver medaL a,
by gentleman in --- ---
Southern Baptists. The Jacksonville. the letter that follows -. Thus ended
the packing houses had fruit the moat succeestul'year.
Board of Trade sent ite secretary to the ;-our city officers would perform' ick to fully explain the matter, when MR. R. any to in .. hl.tory of AOsceola" i' ,
their that gentleman ;"lffiE"'thoroughly" .Into P. HNSIN peak, of.tei them I but the loss on eachI Hlgh School,
)?"Baltimore. : ,. .rd duties with ,
convention lu'tyeartpInvite a much great-// Ifew.equale
.. -school' tbat ha
the subject saying that he believed afutevy I he4vy both were equipped with .no jjiuperior* and/ tit
i er degree of satisfaction '
'the convention to Jacksonville The than they d '
(in the United
the best
and moat modern Stat.ef. ,
"of machinery .
that character would !
Board 1 Js still actively engaged in! at-present-- -- : pay Meets With Good Success hi -
com. Growing
: .1
Kisaimmee, May 8th. from the beginning a* a_ great deal of The origin of the!" fir* may nei'eknown. ,. ..j : 'j' .

.' ,'-.- 'pl.tingitpreparations. The new Mo/-/ H.C. Stanford, Mayor. oabbage and cucumbers raised In this Vegetables.A <<: MrrKey.'a, who left the.building 0GiVf: \ 1R: MlTff :
'rocco bin
Temple been secured ,
for the >
*\\l" convention: hall. Thl building Ii large, , Butty for ySu;; Now let" us iJr put 0- section/ Were now. sold Tn,the;Northern great deaf of)money had been made wentto noon, dinner and the at other ,gentlemen* ... .. :.. '--, ';' ., '

t and will no doubt be able to aeat all the ihoulden' to the'wheel I am already markets at a sacrifice, which could bee this.spring: by persona }in this section wia fire pnrwbeekMud; .Towards" Keeping".the Home of.Otnr.
SjrdeJejrate feelingjthe.benefit of your good .work converted into krautand'plcldea and who owned truck gardens N
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vThe publi .>: rill" gather some ,fdea'of new toilet,''"city water and the cow .- sold 'at a han! 01De.profit.- Mr.:.. J; M. reaching aa much as one thousand when .they departed., A freight had ProperCoadiboa:' ; :

\+'' largeness of, this convention Whenft My business, ;take* me on* street at J. U ilton' ",,Jr, chairman off the- committee ; -. dollars" 'an 'acre -but those caae M rend been it switching is likely} a-thatlparkftopa'the short Awhile. before 'In compliance;witb thi/request; of the.

; byre hi mind that there arejwo'anda In/ and only'IsnterA':,' ; I carry I .on nthilcipai4lmprovementarand: ; were ttie';; .exception. Mr. R. P. Han- engine, they '... Board of Trade, we herewith open the, t l

qoartel'm Ulon white' BaptUt In 'the' would".'f.U over an"IJIIPlal,, my fe< t the'two: entlem ia'first named' on hi. sep w" >o 0-arn Cyprea Island,' which: did (' ''*Work.' :Reporter-Star.' "' *'' .. aubacrlptlon.t; .. for"funds-defray"" *
would slip from under me, pr lej 'committee, were ,appointed to'.work In Wednesday ,' \ V ''A
thousand delegate attend this convention right to the street.',.dogs to eta rr; y y conjunction with Mr. Edick in endeavor r*| is( one'of the moa aucceasfuj trucker .I' Mrs.V.ATYUer: : m-i. daughter'i. -if-*;'Mrs.: tery in.proper, 'condition;'and acknowl-f+/. ? .u"" "
and am doingmy littleto I ing to hate ,such a.factory located In{ m FJorida-:4 ut he' 4*. content Alexander 4td1ftl.tol the following j" *v:.* r' ;
h every year, Thlsbeing', \ it* flat, ;upbuild, b to get : and>Tts* Mamie TUler have qtr :ys
aeeaioa' 1 am only one; and the future Of Ka thia-elty. ,, T M-i' : '}. along on.about half' off I. > ft--b.. '*,, .'.,.. . . -' .f
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FREEFARES: \ : TO'T.A'MPA': I 'CARR1?: S A. .:'qOMPpETE"? : : ; ;' g TOC1iC< .f! 'F'I I

.-" ,. ... ,ROUND. TRIPS .-. E .V ER 'Y'': 'DAY .. .. '," '. ' : H A, R'''D, 'W :A REPAINTS

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-. AUTO the fine display of motorcars : .
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( : NOTICE R1SislR we have forLivery :

+ . ,. o' . . SHOP and Sale 1
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S virtually Ask for' a Transportation. : Check from the8t| member of the .. .. 1
The Trade Extenllion'ASRociatiop i includes all. -
Tampa Association with whom you trade-after }'oll+'I aye made your We are agents for the celebrated 1
,u k: of representative merchants of the city. In trading with any .
purchase. M po Automobile. You can bryr
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+ 41them are assured egai.+st imposition, over-charging, or
you Read the brief and directions the. for vine price you ,'
> : simple on Check. No red pleasure same ; ,
other practices.
That you""inrjr' fare refunded makes no difference tape, nov formalities or explanations are reqired. -No sum will be will have to pay'. for trouble. A .,
your refunded In "exoesa of the visitor's ACTUAL OUTLAY FOR "k3-z little investigation will convince- ,r rI
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4 price.The Merchant does not know your fareis p to toe refunded until TRANSPORTATIQN the basis! to Tampa and return uor otherwise than on I "AS CO_D AS EWee you. .
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after ;your purchases are made. It would make no difference wilh_ : Steam Vucanizin) }/and Repairing, .
Oi TOTAL ptrcaaMi if $12 r marl, f.n will In roundel 10 BUM raw! trip r
the merchants admitted to membership) in this Association if It. . '
Oi TOTAL purcDuei: if, $24 ir HIM, firs wlU bi refunded 20 Mitel runt trip. Griffi11-T1''E G ;
were known. Free transportation is thejgghcy! ?! of tOO members. : ;; ELI
the OR TOTAL partl.I.1! if $30 W non, .fin win Wrehmdel 25 tulles mend trip
The visiting buyer is entitled t"'upon purchasing ;
., Oi TOTAL purcliiii if, $" tr .mon, tin will b* nfundM 40 milt ntini IrlpOi . MILLER BUILDING, BROADWAY
his fare. customer
+ n.'qulred.amouDt, and is expected to collect
a TOTAL vurctuis!' it sao ut' MM, fin win M nfoodil 60 more ttunt trip. :
4 r mayo all his buying from one member or scatter his trade among .
Oi TOTAL purckuit it $90 tr men fin will bi rihuded 75 mni rood trip. I .1
the various members, to suit his cOII enience. .
I Oi TOTAL purcftiut it $120 sr MM, fan will M '
nfuidrt 100 HUM rlUn' trip.
The stocks of merchandise earned by the members have been
:k ODe TOTAL purchiui if $600 sr mute; fari__will tx raluiMtrt 600 tulles feud trip :.,
sel cted'to suit the. special requirement i of this particular section, I INT. F'e BASS \
and sold, quality for quality at least as low -and in most Oi TOTAL purckisii it $1000 .or'.I.n will fttnfumltd 1000 muss read trip.
And it H fur ant 11'.snnlillali' ir pillar dlitmci.
cases lower-than the same class of goods can be obtained'froirfany
Visitors travelling by water will have their fares refunded on

other available source of supply. the basis of ACTUAL OWTJ.AY FOR TRANSPORTATION, butmoney :,

I See the goods !before you part with your money and F Jride no sum in excess of $l.
V i will !be kept in Florida. of the Association will be paid in any case. .

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Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates -: .,'
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I .it be a Two-Rogm Cottage or a Tourist Hotel..
Write to Gleiiii-Reagin, Managers, Tampa, Florida --

i,' for full particulars and classified list of members. Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS

\ I in which he has met with the greatest success .

NOTICE: When the Bank is closed Transportation checks will be. cashed by > of any-man in Florida. I

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! To mount from "Tax. Collector. go 60 The marshal tendered his..resignation .
PROCEEDINGS OF To amount from Clerk. 17
ts: follows: SECONDHAND

Rj balance _...... .. I 420 27VUKTrmiO To the Honorable Board of Councilmen GOODS -
LJOHT FUND Kissimmee, Fla. - .

.a THE CITY COUNCIL To balanej front Jut report' .1 J8'1 61 Gentlemen: I hereby tender my Bought Sold and Ezckanged. i LISTEN '
To amount from E. L. Collector 7811 112 resignation as city marshal; and request AlsO a large stock of Windows '

Total . bat ;you elect my successor at aad Doors Porch Columns etc. .
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:.By pail m.n'la your earliest convenience, in order thatI
be relieved from duty at if Come in and tee u.before buying The next I will
may once discount
Fla. 2 1911. seven days on
Kissimmee. May To....._on hand .. : .$76688 possible, aa, I have a position offered
E The council met in regular session, One Dollar Saved is One Dollar
W. B. BA NIT Aal FUND. that will pay a larger salary than I am all shoes 5 and 10 per cent for cash.
y -'Vhcre being present Makinson ,. ... 62 4I find Made. Let us prove to ;you we
To balan fro Jut report; a at present receiving, and I that-it
F tloreeldent.1. M. HanseU. J. C. Moore, To amount f rm Marshal. .. 4710 for .pan save them for you. ..
+ : ., H. M. Breaker, and J. Amount from Tax 1.:0'0101'' 10 641 will be necessary to report duty at F. H. LAWSON.

'R., Gilbert, clerk. To amotinl from Clerk! I .. .' .. ,.' J 112 the earliest possible time. Thanking OPPOBJTS P08TOPFICB .. ."

j Th* minutes.,of last meetings were,. ,Total .......;..::.::::.:..... .: .::$21226' the members" of your board for the ".." '
..;tt ,,.sad and approved." '// Bypsld, ,.......... .."..:. 1000 loyal; support "knd assistance, rende/et) .: M.D6,; I' WILSON &:CO ...
in the of the duties
4y Reports of ofticersyer+(examinedBills -. --- me discharge en- :..,.. j .
b.I.D.I... I.t.I..h., .... W till ctunbent on me short time .
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1' - Jand approved. 01 ,- ; I I """""'""""" """ T' Si 1 ,- --- -- '- -
were approved and ordered1 paid. _. WATBB JLXO SIWEa roan of service as marshal and tax. collector. ) 't. \
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as follows ; !t.- To balance from l last report : t11163III I '
4"o amount from Key Jouuaon, aupt.... 18500 Your very truly,.. *_7' I r
'fir;" H C fmnford,alary aa m..or: moo To amount from Clerk .. ,. 610 By Seth Tison. : .7"
S l Beth TI...., aalary ..1D..b"I..A BOW DON'T'QEAD THIS! The ROLL BASS MARKET f
Beth TlBon." coat and feed bill as 60 Total) .. 1/OM: -,1. It A Bnyner. bal aal aa poUoe .. ,kkt 7p paid "'arl'.nbl.- 4Vf 1 9 ) to Council for appointment'tofill Ih like opposition. I defy com
\ Gro Flaber, aalary aa police :i ,
II Will\\ lama, ....r' aa polloo.. '1M f17 To .balance on hand ..*-2U4 .7 the unexpired term of the present petition. Under condition. will Bearden Building: One Block from Depot J
1 Z, Hobvreon,..I.,\r.... 200 marshal : R. A. Snyder, G. G. Steft'tA! I budge from my position. If you I
; J R Ollben. aal a clerk &U 00 Jas.: H. Smith and A. B. Bell want a house that Is stout and ,
B ) aldermanJ i OH balance front laat 60 20CBMtTBRT
W Makiuaonaarjr To report $ .
,f C, Moore' ,aalary aa alderman, 1 OD : FUND. A petition was presented to Council waterproof and damp proof, see Fresh Florida oi all kinds i -
H M Breaker. salary aa alderman; 2.OI J) To balance from fat rrport I 205' 61 signed by citizens, asking; that a pri- B. Dickerson. It will! pay ycu for MEATS
J 0 M W H|taimaalary.BMU.aalary aa.alderman. aldrrman il 2 in.too To emonut from clerk 9 M> mary.fce, called in which to nominate a he will save you money if you get and WcHtcrnPOULTRY Jfo Jfo Jfo

Klaa' Tel:phone{ ; Co. phone rent .., 160 To balance I--Zlt/-01 marshal to fill the vacancy caused! by his prices.before letting contract. I
Fratornltt. rent 10 U the resignation of Mr. Seth. Tison. JI..l.o" b.ndl. Lime. Lath lung WInd. EGGS. FRESH rl
-t 4 $WLambertolumber. .. 10 AA J. F. Koberson, Ireaa. Said petition, on motion, was filed as Nor Plaater. Cement. Palter Hair. Fire .. FISH
W <: Oro Oo, md.. & 10 p Mi
panpnrW The committee appointedby the fact the Brick. Common Brick and otlwr tblo... too "Wrwr
previously information. Noting that
lL.t B MaklBNoa mdae, pauper 110 '1
%' 1 J J>ann. aboa work aMr' Council to erect fire! hose stations, law! ,required the Council to appoint in .nuroeroua to mention.B. ,Special; yUlfvlion 16 Phone Orders and Free 'h
Annie Wl'laob, mdiie at peat; houeeO ft 60 .reported follow of the of the oICKERSON
as ease applications
vacancy; Delirery to part of the Cit '. Phone
,r W Urtffln roeeriee. at peat bonaeJF II no )
,, R Gilbert, sap and telrfrrama ., 3 811\ (i Jo the Hon. City Council. City. ", above named gentlemen were duly. con- Contractor and Builder 189'i, i II IIfc
,, L H lug1 am, taania for city work 14 . Gentlemen : We your committee, I sidered. _
Walker hvaifa Cogawell Co war reelitOotHU 11 MlV appoint to select sites and.erect hose On motion by C. W. Dsnn, seconded l

+5. Journal : ; 20 OI DA. reel stations and racks for draining by J. C. Moore, R. A. Snyder. was nom-

Mayor'a court wltnrae roes 11 hO I hose, beg to. advise that we have secured inated. .
State Bauk of Kl." Inleruat ,. < 67 "the following locations Tart of seconded !
; t' ; : On motion by J. M. Hansel),
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Capt. C. E. Franklin's l lot directly H.: -Breaker. J M. Smith
J Z Hooeroon. order paid atreet work :t<, op- by as. \
Mach Una teame, alrvet work t OUJ posite the court house) also lot belonging was placed in nomination. r
.f Mach 61'6 :mom for electlou 0 Messrs. Guice and Bratton .
l to op- On motion, the Council unanimously
W W Minima, taborKim V :2ft
e'Ik Drug. Oo, mum, pauperOaoetila .... . 4 8fil > posite Marsh's tore.. agreed that the vote be taken by ballot -
Htutrmacy.. m se. pauper ... .. 00 .We have secured these locations for I which 'resulted as follows Smith
'''Jllmltb,bnildlug hose rtMJI hI........ 1*. 00 the purpose named free of charge to 1, Snyder 3, Mr. Snyder receiving the

pceola Tr.0.orotaJopartduoe(lidw Co, upplug. meta' hoot< tcOaovola fund 810(8)1065 city, with the understanding that should majority vote, was declared elected to j
',; ,j ltdw Oo, mdre water plant\ ,. 9 61 the owners desire to improve the prop- fill She unexpired term of marshal and

-. TV I>lamiitid H alaklnaou HAH Co Co indue mdM water walor plant plant.,, :AO UOHi erty or sell }Jt the houses are to be. removed tax collector, ta take effect upon being ::-, '.

Columbian Iran N'ka.pmdsewaierpl.'t -HI. freeoet.toownets.; properly qualifiedThe ..
Wm iM-lk.aal a< nr romn . J UltlUOU:) Bids for erecting1 'the two'atatlan.. mayor's ,message was presented .I ,

' Key Johnnc.n. aal .a/atipt Water plant.. and drain racks were received as follows and read, whereupon, on motion, same 1; :
l'' 8ercy NC'I.ulCbUu.Patlcett, lal rat ika aoarenKer aa scavenger 110\ QttUU Ul : G. L. Hammock $225; Z. W. was ordered spread upon the minutes,.' ,

O V TiirHngtou, wotk at cemetery . 1 10 Uaan$205.60; G. W. BASS, $195; J. H.Smith. and filed in the clerk's 9.ffi e. (See 1 :":..I .

y.4L .I''H'Hs'' '.j;, work! ateemBti-rr. . 2 26 $179. The contract was awarded message published, ; in anotijer'eolomn.) ... ),...,.("
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'MU- poleaM W to the lowest bidder J. 11.; Smith, no' further business the. :
6 B Car,.n, weal for K L P .. .. . 03 1111 I There being ,
t v, O B H.n..ell. wood lot: K L, P. 53 ,. tad ( ).. Lumber. '-0. alaba for h L P (HIH I racks have been built and.hose reel. installed aajoUrned! session on Thursday. May 4, .
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yaf 'f W A Jolnw. ale.suptfELP.' ..' m 1107A therein.Respectfully. 1911 at 7.80 p. m. 'I
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B KUaroMuf.aalaacugof: : : BLP do ; submitted
W. B. Makinson, Pres.
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aai aa water and light 1(1110 H. M. ,
,' 3tiak'4.bnr4 ., .. J. R. Gilbert Cler .
_ ell, labor IS: L p Itt 60H4iO ,
f : J .U Bu'km, Itne work .. . . C. W. Dann .... ...l __ _. '
[M' r. 't' Henry Kewton nremau. E I. P.. a MI J. C. Moorej-, I "
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Weatmtboua Kiec O .lightning J8 19 Committee. I I _
A Bappiy ''''el''' Iron Co mow;: t. P. 4 UO4O ..
I ... .. .... After reading above report same ,
!! Flurhia Klec \)0. m ia B: L P., 8Q 04 '
'f, i' aoutti FIo.lda1l'oulldrJ. rndae B L P... 8 was accepted and ordered filed. -
/ 4!' 4 ijoann, atop work fe: I. P I Xli 1 Dr. Downing J. W.. Lilly, J. H. Eby W. G. HANKINS:. J t
J II }t automobile hue, etc..7 iaI II J.
and W. L. Van Duzor asked to be relieved -
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t W U ra"lolt' fretgb for K L P 11II .
.3'67 of certain proportion of taxes assessment -! Broker and Manufacturer'sAgent Poor plumbing is!' mighty dear nl. any price.In 1.
is fort
FoHowing treasurer's report whicK seemed to be too high. ,
t fa (> pnontirof. .. Apnl : After discussing matter to some ex- fact it would; prove dear if done for nothing, some .4

I.. ruIOO. tent, and on account of the absence of ,

,t .ITo baled from OaNsIAL rat report ... ...... .9 at 0Toamt the city attorney the Council deferred Kissimmee-----, Florida. times. 'Vbl t'H flip uiiHW' r,? Lotus do it, and do it :.
reed from maribal Ajir*. J MoP JJ6kI' action on same/ requesting the clerk to ;

.) T"Toe: ami a IT t veoelvedm' n 111r- ax LiMgr Vkdt li'N.k7ow. MM to take the matter up with the city'attorney Show. cases: Fixtures, Safes, as it bhoiild Jbo don{>,and.then it will STAY done.OSCEOLA "

1 .V BeinTiaon..... .......... .... > ... Iff M in regard toproper action of Council Typewriters, _
..4y >9a aagt ro'drom Clerk. .. :.......... CO relating to same. .

? .' .Total.L...?... .... ....... :'. :-;;:MT Mr Morris representing ,the steam Computing 1 SAles and, Office .. I
I + Jly paid warraaia. . ..... ... ..... 431 M laundry, asked Council .consider the Filing Devices.tfECUl .
matter of furnishing steam for laundry, '
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1 .,'Tebeiakea.... .1. .. ............ ..' 1147 fill also advise as to rate charged for same .---. '

|'X ......* rtmo.fiWlanaefrimlaa . Upon motion, said .application was.'re* OEIT F00UiIUpclarck f HARDWARlicO. a""} '
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report..i- ferred to water light committee, ,
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r '. outfwreCl.rkrr.K..ty, ,0.' .! / -1 Mr. Platte covering subdivisions of F. H. Wholesale. : Hay Grain. 4 S. L, LUPFEftt,:Manager ;
.T 't?..X.M". r *"....,...,...IIIl'71: Lawson and W.,J9. Funk were presented ,V' abet \ > .,. ,.j .

5',*: :Bf paid,,werr.aM ,,,kT: ., 16615 to Cotmcil,\asking that,.same .be KIN6AN'4-CO.,' PiekliHoDSiPrqtfDCtsMeHfetoaUaellea. I .' ." ,

;. q + ot .eoe4.y:" +,:(f:;..,... '..!: +?'f,56041t adopted Same,.upon,motion referred -,aaf MM VMM ,. '" .' II .. ;.

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I; :1., :: "Wb tiayelisted: 'and for sale, the very r"in this. :city )i end cputity-the kind, 'it '"pays to buy all. of, .,which;: 'is, convenient to first-!' ',.

i ..,' .''t. . *. class markets, schools and churches. We will -be pleased to have> yoit write for.any' information desired oh any,;of tJ e'i 1lowJnllZ: : "rt" ',

7 'il No..221-This 1.onbofthe'handabm., ,.fronting on one' of 'the best streets In No:2a5-Pln<*Jftl iroine. Thls-ls a desirable No. 301.'An attractive ne.... Floe location for citrus fruits ; '. jf.
r '-esb homes close tp the lake, house is town, line neighborhood, close to' live small borne on' corner )lot.with, dale.. which can be set and cultivated among; CPOOAION( LAND A
new containing six'rooms,' plastered churches and school. Price only good 4-room-cottage; ball and front city limits, on high ground. Ilousa.i, the garden ruck, thus In a few years No. 400-This Is si tract 'o< 8,000..
throughout, bard oil 'finish, electric 2100. Terms.on p..rt"f desired; can porch; good well of water poultry Is two ory aSa contains eight rooms obtaining a grove with very small acres timber land. Well located. : forsabdtvlyfomsod .
I lights and bath,_ nice shrubbery to trade. with owner. house and stable. Fine view of city all plastered-and hard oil; two expense. .Price $1,750. -' -- colonization,pur
I yard. Just the place for anyone desiring .* .'- and lake; nice blub location; can be porches, fine well and large-! learn. poses.It borders on three laker.-; u
: a qiet, cosy home where they No. 287-tiara we)iave one of the bought for-$($. This bogie Is located. pn a five-acre No: :315-Fifteen acres of laud Including . Railroad within three miles .of.. tract.
\ can (ret the benefit of the' breeze from nicest small residence propositions In I'< tract with beautiful view .of the city two-acre orange grove 'closeto Will out 2500(( to 3000 feetof lumber per:'
l ''ttjyffake almost every day In; the year. Klsslmmee, located within three blocks No. 2f1).An attractive 5-room bungalow 'and lake. Land is adapted to citrus railroad station, church and school. acre. This will bring splendid return
1'< Vine view of lake from front veranda. of court house. House has Jive rooms, ,.only two blocks from business. fruits and-trucklng. This property can This property Is located ID'the Shingle .to owner If small --tracts.. Our r
I' : "This property Is offered by the owner three of which are plastered, two cell- center; rents for$20.00 per month. The be bad for $3200 on very favorable Creek district wblch-4s-noted for'rals- price $6.CO per acre. 5r .
! 'i, for ft short time; we will J Introduce customers ed; two fire pla twelve&1I -two porches. Lot.lot is 7.*>*120 feet, has good wire .fence terms. Will Introduce customer to ,log citrus fruits and truck We biter vNo.
y ; to owner and let them deal 7xl47i, with bearing' orange- around It; electric llgh<.. This. Is a owner and let them, al dlr i >ct. this land including grove, for $1,200.. 227-Four lots 621x140 feat;;' on' s
trees and This la t
.; dttwet.xt did shrubbery.and be had a splen-for genuine bargain at $1000; call and let Terms 00,part If desired.No. \ Summer street, within six blocks 'of. kQ
proposition can us show you this property. No. 3u3-Small larni.lnslde; of city school house, all cleared of 1
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jf No. 220-A desirable -" roorncot.t.age "on palmetto
$1,360, terms. .
very favorable 381
yery limits. This property consists of a -A 20-acre tract located on and under wire
good fence
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located within block' of .
' I" Oijceola County court house onp ,4n best No. 280-Pina-lot on marled streetIn No. 304-Improved\ Farm. Locatedon five-acre trait within a quarter of a marl road, two miles from depq'on' corner lot f for $225, three Inside loU\<
i .l'f\ ldeDce section of city. .lloune Is fast growing suberb, lot 50x150. best. road In Osceola County 11 mil 14 of Oceola Ulfh School. Small St. Cloud road. Property bas'1I'0od for $200 lot 68 x 209 "feet- r
' 'lowlog-well-ean be obtained on this miles from depot. 10 t\at- is hou e, fine four-Inch flowing well land hquae and three-acre prange grove In plenty room for house, garden aidpoultry.
: celled well of acres
new throughout good
alii!IfiptflllvaUon. building. bearing This will from
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Is grove
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water on adjoining lot which purchasei property. Will enhancein value very fenced and high state of cultivation, 1000 1200 : We offer this lot for $250., {
In th direction to boxes of eatb
rapidly. Price 8125.OO. _v CT-Tftst s ; lots will oranges year.
an'd is the best land in ttftirsectlon.
-can .have Access to for water supply. trucking .
Sumolent land cleared and a
command If'own Jn cultivation
soon a'good price -
. f .Lot 73x1471 feet Price '!,100. Let. us No. 281-Nice vacant ",residence lot Has good well, 3-room, cottage er should desire at any time to subdivide to Increase grove to, twelve or No. 272-Orly one lot left In sub ';
. Vhow this cottage in fast! growing section; flowing well stable, wagon-shed and ,poultry and sell It for residence purposes. fifteen acres, at; the same. lime land ca a division that was sold out -entirely T t
house, all ready for purchaser to be two weeks... .ThlC'Ie choice lot
w'" can be obtained. Nice profit can be ; Price 1300. .yielding any garden truck desired a corner
No.2437two 4-room cottage iocat- made in short time on this small in- gin" work without any delay or expense to be plantedIf: In search of which Was sold to a party who finds "
w oed on lots 73x93 each with ten foot vestment. Price 1200. of clearing!! land and. .waiting to Im- No. :300-Fine garden and poultry that will bring returns this fa.ll-property and that he will not be able to move to'':
-' alley In rear flood neighborhood prove before being able to produce proposition. This placecont.ains two at all times while, extending Florida as early a.,he expected, and nj 4
close tc school and 91,000 each; terms on part if desired. lots, four of w' lch'hwe on marled all kinds of"citrus fruits; gave; front and one tide;fine artesian well to town, has. marled road $250 Xor.qutck sale, - f ,
Htreetu Size of these lots is.rXx50 feeteach. can be started to good advantage while on
No 245-A choice residence located We otter the entire seven lots. land is being farmed. Price $1(150.( with pump on porch. Choice location one side and one-end. Our price sad j
on-Mabbette street, within three bjockiof for $800.( Good neighborhood, high Terms on if desired. for small truck or poultry farm. The full particulars to interested parties. No. 273' -We have a choice corner
land Is subdivided Into lots and is I
pout/office; house contains'(! rooms, ground, close to lake. lot 70x139 on one of the best resident;
plastered and hard oil finish, electrio worth the Irlcfta.ked without any im ORANQK GROVE, street*) close to school .II..!. postomoe '
} lights, modern plumbing, two Iorcb&!, No. 01- Three choice residence lots No. 21tft Here is one'of {the best vacant provements. We 'are offering this No. 383-Tweoty five-acre orangegrove which we offer for $350. Investigate ", ?
!good well, on corner lot 120x150; to six- fronting on marl 't.'street; In southern resident lots In Klsslmmee; size property for $1,550, terms on part If all under!good fence. Railroad this. .
t"f teen foot alley. New cement sidewalk portion of city; elegant .vlel" ,of -lake of lot 150x153, fronting (IOn one of the desired. The town is growing in this runs through grove; station. adjoining '
Possession given in 30 days. Property where you can get! the beriefi\t .of the best streets In the city- Lot Is under direction and property will enhanceIn property; good school and. church BUSIIIES '
reoting; to excellent tenant fur $20 cool breezes that blow almost contin good fence and covered with bearing .value. very.rapidly. within quarter mile rot property.. All : LOCATIONS ,
e per month. Very liberal! terms are ually. Hood healthy locality; fertile orange trees; just the place to build a crops that ca. be grown In Floridado No, 222-We have the heart of the, t
soil and street-all that makes: nice home' and bave all the No. 311--This consists of well .
offered on this proposition. Let us oranges: property on this pl i l4oe If you desire a business section some very desirable ''j,
how you the roportv. life worth living Is found In this section desired without waiting to grow the 12 aeries located three miles from Kis- home In Florida "write or .call on us vacant lots which we. offer for sale, .
of the cityV III sell these lots trees. Ixtt UK show vou this proposition. simmee, all cleared and fenced; well,. quick, as this property will noVbe on these lots will enhance in value
-'*'.-..No 270! -An attractive uyO-. ')' singly or If vou dosire will sell the This lot is offered lot> $8TiO: engine an'! pump with overhead system the market price named This rapidly' Theses-are safe and profitable very
- f dwelling containlnl{8 rooms, equippedwith three which will make one large lot terms on one half of purchase price If of irrigation;..all prepared for anyone property we are offering for a short investment..Price and full Information , "
electric lights; lot lOOxlOO feet., 147.xl40 feet 'Price .IWM). desirrd. desiring to engage; in .trucking bysi- time for $12,500. .\ to interested '" u. + -
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One of the strongest inducements' for the settler. to locate in this section of the State is,,the diverKissimme and Osce_ County is not surpassed\1" globe for evenness of climate" ;

{ sity oft\ productions ; it is a leader irj early! fit/Us/ and v'egetablesnof the standard marke crops, as well as during,the summer it isever fanned by the breezes \! Ocean and the Culf of Mexico i

. ,:e producing many fruits not grown in other States. A heat prostration has never been known to occur in Florida. j a

t You are planning to better your condition. You do not want-to leave the last vestige of civilization The fertility and adaptablity of the best of the lands in this section have never beerTfiiiljr 'aooreclat-: ..00:

''" behind you. This county js the fastest growing section of the Stste, Kissimmee. has all the educational ed. Ten acres will provide a splendid living for a big family'if, given the attention' that must be '

{ and municipal advantages that make a home-good hotels schools; hurches (five denominations), stores, given to any business to' In-sure success. -. ,' '"" '; ' '

'banks, electric... lights, telephones. . sewers and an abundant supply m of the purest artesian water in ,the State.. q' .Correspondence. solicited. t ,' '' .

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We compile and print booklets "" i j" sleep-producing mattress you get $2.16. Limit June lOtn. f.'

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:ifes Hnte Valley\\ CaieUct Myrtle Collier Marie Boyd..Mattie 1-":-of art; ;=-TT rrrT t

; "n.. n "i -I--,'. ', .;. '. ,- i r.. i . v ii T" 'Belle'' Harris,,, Susie' Bell,. Albert - ()r'that Mexico had'don.her part.What .

l.M, ....'HARRIS,.Editor lad'Prop'r:, Bass Ward, Malcolm Esteyc .Overstreet. Roy Graves,. Exhibit of Antiquities, Proved of tho;'same: : of, MS., .' f light of

f ; v' -1t S.';J.'TltlpLETT.; A.ooclas Editor. Eighth Grade Fern EarL Ruby Bass, Great J Interest to Sigfit-Seefs.:' dayInNorthern\ ,,
land quite far away: ,
'.. Lena Lancaster Cora Carl Orpha .
PUBLISHED amy FRIDAY, Kose; Nelson Russell "- The exhibition\\ of antiquities,which And others'under Southern skies I
Office In'Valley Gazette Building, Ninth Grade-James. Funk, Nathan WM opened at the Chapter House last ,All difference. very quickly hiei., it

r KiaaiMMEK.: O8CEOLA COUNTY.FU.I Bryan Edward Newton.) ., weak, and which has 'proved so Inter When her fIT, Florida we 'all' YHIY
sunny .
Tenth Grade -.Anna. ,.Funk. ,,JeanI eating to all who have sfeen the exhibit, '.' 'unite'. N,' vWhaHt
r ..., .. .. .it oer Eleventb,Grade-Corlnne Gilbert. cert'by local talent. There were .
._.- rear o..t./ < It ere songs And then on this we'ra all agreed, H'
..... ........ mopthC nl N! 101 ', HONOR and recitations by spin'of Kisslmmee I That Klssimmee it in the lead l
I I ANNUAL ROLU most talented people. and refreshment- r 1 at r =
All .emmnnlc.Uii.. .,,Mpt from our MthotdMiU. '
,t .....__-"" .muH IM itsMd b.UM writer : .(Average. 90.per cent or more; not were served': on the lawn by Several GOP"fR"RIf:
". RN>e ad matter will"not be ntunwd; antaw, less than $0 per cent inany subject, young' Indies dressed In Japanese COIr ; '} to
U dor. . t. and not less than 90 per cent 1n deportment tume.' The entertainment was a most ., -
a.arod at the PMtnfllM la .aw..rdel. ). gratifying successV and the"1adiea ream '
..mull--. ." ,. Fourth Grade Gail) Lane.! Joan uzed a neat cum to Add to the"- treasuryof Is,. and to What Use, It Is 0 #,' ...
1 Smith, Norma Griffin Grace.iilbert, the league. -r r '
; .. *' Friday, May 12,. 1911ROLLOFJiONQR Ruby Duke, Sadie Bryan; Walter Bass, One of the feature of Tuesday even- Put By Our People.The / tr'
.. ing's entertainment was an original following received peace ;
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?. poem written and read by Mrs. Martha the Valley Gazette .offlcVr and (f7'':\; '
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Bernard Meek Stratton Story. Bay Base which 'we herewith.reproduce Lark Utah. April 28, 1911. 4- to bring j. ;
.J. Fifth Gradv-Beulah McKenzie Myrtis : Klssimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee I happiness{ tot b e ,jo(' f. ,. ti\\
Whidden, Stella Hansel l, Christine Florida. fann-r while prosperity'shines brightly ''round '
+ The following,List is the Result of: Ivey, Nonie Driggers, Mary Hyde, Isa Once upon a time we' wimmen. Gentlemen : Will you kindly inform lw when fenced with I" .this
Caine, Lucia Knight, Lena Harris Who think that now we have out innbV! me through your.Gazette what gopher poultry quarters ;
c dos .and,;Attentive Work. .1 Margaret Stanford.. Muriel Prentis' Found that we were out of cash rice is and what it i* used for; also
Gussie Winn Margaret Anderson, And surely this was very rash. upland. rice and its use? '
These pupils of the Kisiimmee Public Helen Perdew, Elsie Diets, ERie Bass .'Respectfully, "Pittsburgh Perfect"Poulfry :.f
School have not been absent nor tardy Alice H easing,'Charlie Regero, Dorsett Then besides, we had a little debt A. J. Huber. ,
", during the mouth ending May 8have; Carlisle must ,
Goodwin William Arnold'; And some money get; '
Y.. made an average"" of 90'per center more Bronsdn, Teasley Hughey Gerald Uiv You see we've joined band of'others, Gopher rice and upland rice are one Garden Fence
"t in their studies, with not. less than 85 ers Lee Rexford., Ray Marsh, Richard Claiming freedom from our brothers. and the same. It is used by our people and .ykr
in any subject! and not J less than 95 in Bullock Harold Woodall, Murray Over- .. for food being either boiled and served f -
deportment : street, Bradley Harris, Taylor' Lewis" A new Republic have formed, It with is butter or made Into puddings. Iu qua1it\\ of n-.ntf rfal, method of construction, durability :wit
1 First 'Grade-(A Division)-RachelPhllllpa Robert Reidel Clefton Johns. No matter how men have stormed very nutritious very "'
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and to It with rearseivlce as as appearance l
Griffin. Della Crowe, easy digest. grows abundantly '
Gladys Sixth Grade Charlie Blanche But need the
4 we your money just same ,I
6 1 Velma Hudson, -tah Wilcox. Walter Lawson Gladys Caster; Blanche Caine. Altho' we now will have the name in almost any part of Kfeiiramee. "Pittsburgh Perfect .I en.rr C stands pre-eminently first. 'I,
., Griffin Harry Outlaw, Leo Floyd, Bart Seventh Grade-Fred Snyder, Marie Valley aud always brings a good priceon r
Bass Harold Flick Gordon Bullock. been the market, although it is not cultivated Electrically Weldedat : .f
', Boyd Mattie-Belle Harris Myrtle We'll not ask "Has this tainted, ,
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(A bivlalonThelma Sutton Gaile Very extensively section.
) Msurine) Dann, Lillian Prentis Or are you sure it's sainted ? :
'La Londe. Vera Gilbert, Ruth Davis, Helen Bass, Grace Winn Elizabeth About how we'll use the funds y08 need the join\ s, these are the fen strongest parts. "Onesolid i

Dons Lewis Barnes Hirtzel Charles JoaephClement.8.Dann Horace Porch. Ethel Gilbert, Effie Bass, Dollie not fret-' HOW' DID YOU LIKE piece of metal'\npt1y phrases it. Through the hardest: Usage '{j.l;f
Dann Alford, Celeste Moseley. We'll promise not to get either gum or OUR
Frank Reed. George Rex ford, (omitted, Eighth Grade Annie Cromartie, cigarette Pittsburgh Perfect" Pence stands erect, even and firm. >

I last month by mistake), Dorothy Miller Cora Earl Lena Lancaster, Kathleen t Open Haarth Wir*.mad from our. own formula :i .d p.rf.etlr ,....- .t '''ii-;!
Frank Reed. Bearden Orpha Rose Ruby Base; Ella One'bright woman said, "Let's have aloan" ix.d with (th.ooly ffalvvniains metal .bolut.l......'.....011. .
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v Second Grade-Lillian Harris. Thel Mae Gilbert,-Rose O'Berry.Ninth i*the tou.h..t .nd b.nn. i nee wee .... .
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ma Gilbert, Edith Miller Besste La! Grade-Aby Newman,, Eleanor Of all the curious things you own, ,'Ice.Cream
"' ,. Londe. Edna Harvey, Mildred Hats. '' Moseley, Edward Newton. That all people wish to dee FIELD. FARM RANCH LAWN lPOuLTRY l- i
f, Maurice' Wilcox J Ernest Hyde, Lon I Tenth Grade-Grace Nelson, Rosa Whether new or very old theybd i'URPOSES"Pittsburgh !
XJann, Roy Young, Clinton Young. '' Newman, Jean Thomas, Ivan Henry. .
l Third Grade-Lenore Van Duzer, Fay" -. So wrum masted trunk and attic Perfect" Pence perfectly meets .the most exacting. I''Fre:
*Tiner Fannie Johnson, Lucy Berli, <- Until we all felt quite rheumatic requirements. I''.
Grace Eleanor Graves, Cornelia Lancaster The following pupils have not been And now we have this fine display, 'i
Stan absent or tail( uring the year : For Sale By t
Minkie Gardner, Mattie From many countries far away.

Bass ford Edith;,Nettle Lucile Holahan.Downing.Hessfng Ulel, Alpha Woodall We Clyde tfaJl, last Third Second year)Grade Gr. \\j d.Lillian-' Cornelia Harris. Lancaster(also, From pond Mother; England, just .across the ? ::: W.: ;B. Makinson Company :

Fourth Grade-A( Division)-Grace I Lenore Van Duzcr, Julia Graham, From Russia, of whom we'ra none to
t Gilbert, Ruby Duke, Frank Bryan Ed Grace Eleanor Graves Carrie Good- fond; Kistimrnee Fla. ';
Bryan, Charley Hudson, Blanche win: r From Erinls Isle and Scotland's brae. ')I.a aI
p gar Davis Doris Dann Mary Tiller Helen Fourth Grade-Frances Tress (also ry l
Reed, Irene Reed Ned Bullock, Henry last year) Edge Bryan. From Greenland's icy mount and India's WE serve the same kind
p every f '
Singletary. (B Division)Clara:Finer, Sixth Grade'-Beulah. Alvey Violet coral strand, day at our store, and can sup- I, , -.:,r ... .. ..,'.
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Irlo Bronson. Bullock. ?: From ; ply it in any quantity from a (
1.- Fifth Grade Essie Baal Myrtis Seventh Grade-Annah Marv Lewis, Japan Alaska, Phillipmes. Ceylon, pint. to ten gallons, delivered <
Whidden!,' Elsie )Dietz, Helen Perdew, Mattie Belle .Harris Mauritia- Dann, And thus we might go on and on. anywhere in the city at the I I The J Kissimmee. Library. Notice, 9Notice \

_. 't? Gusaie Winn. Muriel Prentis. Margaret Fred Lawr nce.Sqyder Tress, Malcolm Lawrence Griffin Overstreet Earl, Then from some dark and musty room, following prices : I The Kissimmee Library offers to its I is hereby given that the! City ;:;::
e Stanford, Lucy Pearce, lea Caine Cow er, Lena Lancaster. We each one brought some dear heirloom 1 Pint 20 Cents., I I subset ere a list of over four hundred i Council will meet on May 16, 1911, at ;
Mary Hyde Katie Thompson, Nonie receive bids for
Ninth Grade=Nathan Bryan Edward I books the best authors, or all of 7:30: p. m., to oonltruc-c- .
McKenzie Charlie 1 Quart 40 Ce ttso by any
Driggers.. Beulah, months .' Of uncle aunt, or great forebear, tion of septic tanks to be 11
Newton James Funk (4 ) which have the privilege of reading
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Dorsett Rosooe Rob- .
t i ye erson, Jim Barber Gerald Rivers TenthGraded Anna Funk Lucy Or some old thing they used to wear. 1-2 Gal. 75 Cents. I for only $2 which secure a single connection and specifications with present can sewersystem.Plans be seen by .,

k fr'l;' .1. Richard Bullock Harold Woodall!, Murray Buckles Jean Thomas. No matter where our native I 1 Gallon at $I.5O. membership. or $5 for a family librarian mem- calling-at the office-of the city ctertk, {-' '
Overstreet, Bradley Harris Taylor Each dear old state had, I FRESH EVERY DAY FROM TAMPA bership. Cap}. Drench, the Council reserves the right to reject',. t'Id'
.Lewis Leonard Earl. \ Number of weeks the different grades We are quite vain of this array, --- '-' wilHssue you a membership card.for any and all bids. / o't:
r Sixth Grade-Gladys Caster Blanche .have not had any one tardy' The_best we've many a day. the above amount. Library in State This 5th day of May, A. D. 1911. !
+ Caine Charlie Jeasup.: 'First Grade-A- ; B 6; 2nd 4; 3rd,,7; Bank building. 8-tf J. R. Gilbert, I
,. i Seventh.Grade-Annah Mary Lewis, 4th, A 6, B 6; 6th. 8; 6th. 3; 7th. 17' ; 'And we'll be glad'to show you roun', Edick & O'Brien City Clerk ,
Angle Makinson. Abbie Harris, Celeste 8th, 12; 9th. 9; 10th 19; llth, 18; 12th Till: we find the mayor of .the to77n, in Large desk blotters for sale at this - ----- H. l
Ifoseley. DolUe Alford fcthel!: Gilbert, 16. *, his youth, ,. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. office for 10 cents. Old papers for sale at this office ;.1',
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Before Purchasing Don't ,Fail To: Call: On U$ For Prices :F !

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/::" DOORS-Note Prices SCREEN- DOORS .(SASH-Tp Close Ou'tst ck.-,-. EXTRA BARGAINS -.,,,,,;

YELLOW PINE -Green painted all sizes, well made .. 24x6-6 and 2-8x6-8-11 thick. . . . ... L25 Black Screen .. . .. . .. . r'tp l .00 12 x 28 . . . . . . . 1.00 Per Doz : . . . ". 't.
2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8-1) thick . 1.35 1 .'TOILET j SET piece, gold trimmed. s
? Black Frame, one inch thick. Extra i O/\ 12x80 . 1,10KJJO lWorth $4.0010. 2:95: :
;, WHITE PINE i I Brace. Fine mesh black wire $ 1 .OU Of 14x28: (L : > ,
2-8x6-6and2-8x6-8-11 thick . .1.60 1630 . . . ,.' . . . .', (IiJELLY I 1'1i :
'" u _. -6x6-6and2-8x6.8-.lIthick. . . 1.66 Natural Finish, one d'eighth inches thick. 15x32 . .. ((t. fJfiO GLASSES Per Dos 27 C If,

STORE DOORS&-OXY 0 :i. .'. . . . .10.00 No. 16 gauge Galvanized wire. All $l 50 ,: WASH. BOW I I and PITCHER 78c ;
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pro joints mortised. Extra fine. 2 Light 24 x 24 .... . . . '. . . . 1.00 ''Jt I.Molt
k Line :: 24 x 26 . :. . .. : ,. . . . iJOS *** ,94cf ;w..
Complete of 24 x 28 . :' 1.10 (large) . . .
f BUILDERS' HARDWARE WINDOW SCREENS :: 24 x 80 : : : : : : :: : : : " 1.20: 41c 'f',

_ 24x32 . . :1" . . 1.25 WHITE DINNER PLATES-set of 6 . . '
to be had in town. Call and Adjustable-But Flies-can't: get I in 26 x 80 . . . 1.30 r ,

)',. "t look it over aid get prices before burin*.. Tony size . . ". . . . . .39c 'h 30 x: 80 ',, . . :: . . 1.50 WHITE CUPS and SAUCERS-set. ot 6. 43c .i &l

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a y, .' The building known. the Old Opera Home i. to be TORN DOWN and we offer the ENTIRE STOCK of Furniture, Iron' and Brass Beds, Chairs; Sideboard, Tables) Stoves, Etc. at : :

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Paint in 1 Can : *1:60 PERFECT' .0 SCHRAM
; Paint ; ,." 1 Pint Jars \43c t
&GalJonKeca.per4taJ..1..0 24i inch 6 in. rod ..21J.26J. 3d Shingle 2.95 per doz . . ...
$1.00 Brush'Free with 10 Gallons Paint. .. .high Stay, apart per. 4d Common 2.80 ,.
every! 3g' .T 6"' 6d :: :: :: ;,

''d '1' WE GUARANTEE THIS PAINT '" ,.. 46 "', 6'6.:: ..,. ,: .271.BIt 7d .. .. : g. MATTING per-y'ard. ." . . . . . . 19c 'an; dso .
a 'We have 60 Gallons Garfield Paint I lOd 2.65 REFRIGERATORS AT ;;
70c 80 inch high Stay 6 in. rod 1211'" 1\ ? : 2.65 COST
,,,y ", to close oat, per gallon ... ,. . '. , .so..r.* 12'" '. .FENCEr", r- '2Od and lar e'r" .: 2.60 :t 1 i '
.. J 39.7 .. 12.. .. I' 8 REGULAR 60 CENT: BROOMS for. . 1 ..00VARNISHES "tJ:

Heavy Wire 80 rod Spools . . . . ,. . .2.25 ,
18 inch 2 inch mesh r roll 1.00. '.' LINOLEUM 5
;;1 25.PER CENT REDUCTION 24- high .'.4 1. .p ,". 1.35 per square yard. . . ._ OC., .M', ';', ".,

yftP ,I ,jI.', 48.86... ..,. '"...i*.*...,;:i'AI.& 'j'" 2.00 2.66, STEP LADDERS-_>- .. BLACK SCREEN WIRE. CLem.PAINT. :

$*!* '.' .\...... .YOURTHOU8E WHiLE YOU .... 60' .4 ": j. H.* tt *' .. ;J'"t 3.25 No 14 .2J 4 ,,<"

k'9; '.>. CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE.THIS PRICE .. '160 lineal feet"'in roll. ..tat Price that ere right ", cts. per square foot p :

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KlsslsimceYalieu: Gazette ...For sale-4Peaa'earl;, bunch speckleand1st iind','Mrs.. H.. D,;CoI.ftn of S#; .v;''1''

,inc. .. 'c. .... . running: mixed clays. 12.20 perbnaael Cloud wer* In-.,the ,city Tuesday ,and ." .. c .. ,. ,\
a. '. x"'ritKf MON. .-1iQair.. .= .KiPattersonrg 1, Davis. said a pleasant, visit to the Vailey.Gae i -..... ar J' .:\'.."-. '.. ,, ?-_ '-r-...-i --' .il.l.r.' I n i w"'"'" ....P.... 1"'rI'fl"'O'\-" :+ij. Tf .. .' .,.,,_#',' ; "; -".I..
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,. :PUBLISHED" EVERY F iltAVWeatKer l' The city,; tax' :books .close'' on.'May; .will his little take'Wonder on ,a new' Town'4 and better just as)look anon in ,Lowe\: f. ;Prices ,on -Hard; ware . $ ,i {) -

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; 15th. Taxea. not before that , ,
;::'' .-BT- paid on or U' the. administration gets ,Into thorough I r "
W." .B --c'1 .' date will be increased. the amount of ,working.hape-., *" +.. I line- -1tea.. 1 'ver; the list' of goods which:follows' and'-note, ,'carefully. 'th.-ijrices-all' good* quality. p, d... '<0 f t.J' ,
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L ,. .., ,,advertising,Mr W.!'R your*Yatea,property and family for, formerly 'Week Mayor only Starffopd two eases has to'had coma W before far'this his s. th".a"lilr"w'tW1 elwudant!!! !! ab&it prices>rove'eYel'7thlnK.that to you that *"j i J ie could the store'foi'yon t ':boy all yourt' wants 'In''our' : 'lines, and. ; ,}n"t '

you expect-to And in a good hardware atore.
ofi'-thia' county but'now alvinJ'at court, and'both were of the"coon" va 1 : :iI{:
: f! .Report Winter Park. spent several days in this riety. Policeman Fisher bad interrupted fX ".,,

vicinity 'vialtinft relatives, and friends. these gemmen's) while they were'' Indulging SPECIAL. SALE KETTLES' T?, \, ......' -, .....

NextTSurfdsy' mornlzgat the Methodist it being In proved a little that game they of ".kln. but F ,4, end 8 quaff, enameled covered k.tUe..w'' bail,. Good ware. Two large 'aizea > r 1
>Following are the daily tem. church Fathers' and ){ then. Day were negroeswho nave tin Other size enameled. 48 C I
actually:worked for Jiving the cIOve\L,, Regular-price 60, f 6 and TSeenta. Any alee hoar . ,
and precipitation as wilt be observed. The aubiect ,at,the \ 'I
a jeratures >v ning"aervloe will be "Wrecks and mayor let them go after each bad left f This price not good Liter May 20th. ,r +i.
reported by the Government Ruins" ten dollars, and costa with City'Clerk Jt*

+ 'etatiqn at.Klssimmee for.-Ut- ,,, .t Gilbert. '

week ending May 11, 1911.' .,. Mr. J. M.'G nei"huJ i the contract N. Mr.'. Jno."F.' Wilson, ie re eJilthe "WhiteLarge Enameled Pails { .' i .t' Decorated Wash Bowls

.. to Ludham & MacDonougtr for, an Tampa Dairy Co.,'spent';,Wednesday In' size. beat quality enV, . w -( .' anti Pitchers lI -
r MAX lime, SAIN eightroombungalowvto be built on the city demonstrating the superior arael-whic* inside,.and out. '\ Enameled Duh Pans' .. Full alee

i !Friday., .,. .... '84: 63 ." of Mabbette MrcSpier.street, opposite' | the reaidenve. > -quality' of Ice-cream made by his corapdMy. These pail 'area,worth every '.... ,1. "t i, soma" flowered, fancy, some decorated gold atrip ,
cent of $1.26. -
held "
., 79 66 ./". Thedfmonatration'was at , \.9 Thu are good quality heavy eeL Half dozen patterns -to ..-. 11''
i a Saturday. .t' ,. Miss Marie Hale left Wednesday for the vtore of jCdick O'Bnen; who.have a Sale pri ,.',., .'Ii,. . c ; .nlte"o.enameleddieb' sect from.. '
; Sunday:; .,,:. ,87 62 . the local agency*for this pan.* : Always 1 '49
Omaha. IIL to the with -
spend summer old for.$ .CO. Now .
worth ;
(; Monday:. . .. 85 64 her parent. She will return in time and'an..invitation WU''extended ,. ' \ '' a half.more. ---- .._. ]f
a (4 .. to enter'Oaceola- 'High School when it to come and eat Ice cream with- Red' Pails ; a r'
' 90. ', out and ''without The Cedar ., 12 quart alie aelling\ for PO eta. '+x
money price.
a, Wednesday : 94 66 ... opens In the fall. store,was thronged with people from 8 Genuine red cedar pails with 17.\ .... !' -x, ?'65 .. Matting 1 ;

a Thursday . .. !4'61 : Mrs. Sarah Houk died at St. Cloudon till 10 o'clock p. m., and twenty gallonsof brass hoops, Always) sold. for 21'"' \\, ", "'75'" Sereralpattetitegoodgn. ality i S\ '
.., '" $1.26 /mattiOCi( regular 25c quality.
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Tuesday night, and the, body was cream was4lepen
embalmed by Undertaker: Thompsonand For a few days only, .SO C price good for' f. Q t '

_. nt' ,,_ _--;-__'__ -.__ shipped: to.Jetrer onl-clty, S. Dak., A rear .estate deal "considerable: l' I, .f1 1 two weeks only., Per yd. .15CScreen .
consequence was consummated this
on ye.terday.Byftferenoe. '
/i etVUMrV 'VNNYN1MMi4MM'E week when Mr.W.. H. Farmer sold to \\0

to the fourth f Mr. S. S. Buzxa nineteen lots frontingon .Door, *- Natural finish doora,, Ik. thick.;aTTjolnta' O
advertisement mor
THE LOCAL HELD. this paper one. will find the ,Mabb ette and Sumher atreetsand Gar Biggest kind of *a cut on the Prlce of'all kinds Geed..Very,dnemeeh, galvanized screen.. A.door, .,
oi &CJ'M'of lied in
E ; W. :B. Makinaon Co.. who ofhouoholdMigooda twenty Kissimmee that
I expect to $2 to $2.50 for .
L l bargains in general dens. Mr. Buzza will ate) once, begin, of Screen Doors-mad* .to, clean up. our stock. you pay only | .10.-
t' the erection of"a handsome and up-to- All doors new and perfect.,. All kind, in sizes 2-6x6-6, 2.8x6-Sand j-10x1-l0{ ... i

will date residence on one; 'of *his lots and Green frame, well madebrk ae ewire"no"! tlJN .except no Jtilack.frame.Screen . ,f., y i
.+i Mr.,L.. M. Whidded leave next
a..u.w.w.w. condition. .
will his in '
\ put twenty acres Black frame, full inch thick extra brace through, ,I ', . ,
week for his ranch in the south
cattle for the of vegetables this fall. '
growing s
' ;'r Mr. H. :W.. Thurman has goneyto em part of this county where he will\ While Mr. Buxr.s'will spend the summer upper the center' makes substantial.s Black wire, Windows any sizes._ "_. _3'9'., ..... ... ;
Philadelphia on a business mission. : I the not large mesh. Buy'these now.for . ,*1JO :. : il
.: remain for week superintending
a at his home In Pennsylvania h* !
i A t MJ, 3. S. Stratton of Peghorn was spring: round-no.. will return here in the early fall to remain 3

.' transacting business! In the city this Mr. J. W. Harris; the obliging manage permanently. Screen Wire Cloth. ,Dishes 'w' ;

week. ? of Whidden's shoe store.Ie taking The absence in this issue wf the report - For making new doors and windows. and fixing. ,up'old ones., 100 piece sets $15 let now f 11*' ', l t
'The W. C. T. U. will meet at the a much needed vacation this week, and of the proceedings of_tht School Width inches :24 .26 28 30 82 34 86 $25 set now $17. $18eetnowl4. "
S 18th at is putting in his time fishing and boating Board is due to the fact that the Superintendent Also in white andfancy'cups
w Chapter House Thursday, May the lake. Black, eta per yard 18 19 21 2223 25 27 bargains plain
oo of Public Instruction
a?t 3:30: sharp. Galvanized 21 22 :24 26 27 80 32 and saucers.. "
failed to furnish the Valley Gazette
L. Sheldon of Uma- The city tax books will close Mon We d this _, I
Dr. and..Mn.1.. with the copy. t week in the day May 15th and if you want to save the citizens of this .
the city to $
tilla are spending necessary ,.
the guest. ( friend! \ the coat of advertising, you had better county, aa the ValleY' Gazette is the Cash Hardware' Store'CITIZENS Pi
call Clerk Gilbert and
on City pay your official organof the School Board as e
" will you to that watch on tax+a before that date.. Store-Bat Beat't
It pay; buy well as. of the County Commissioners "Not fli BIKt tie. .
h Saturday May 13th, special sale C. Mr. and Mrs. E: L. Brunk and three and the proceedings of the School Board BANK BUILDINO' .. SIM"'EB'v"LOIU9A4" 311 xi

A. Cole. .._ 20UMrs. children arrived in the clty'tliie week appeared this week another. newspaper ,'

Christine MarshaJUeft laatweek. from-Jluntlngton. W. Va.. and later published in'jhl. county.

' 1, for her oW home at Pittsburg, Pa., W. went out to Campbell where they have "Consternation reigned in Kissimmeethis I t
spend the summer.Mrs. Tnirehasetl a home and will engage-in morning when over sixty people .
vegetable and fruit growing. found their telephones cut orfi the
, J. F. Shands of Fort Myers is
1 M 1 utomobile collision Main reason for this being that a short time '-
her iater.MrB.. J. L. Beaman
(j in North Ki am-amee. street Saturda at noon between ears ago the Telephone Company issued no- LUMBER LATH MOULD) IGB SHINQLBSFormerly ''i;, .
.: tices that unless .bills for the use of
driven by Mr. R. D. Waring and Mr.
"':'t; 4 Saturday M the time Cole's the place S. S. Gnffin resulted in pretty wed disfiguring phones were paid,on or before the 10th

.. 4 to i get big vaiues on watchea. Don't Mr. Warinjr's car, but Mr. of each month' that the phones wouldbe .. ''t. .
'; a fail to see them. 2 ..1tI Griffin e machine escaped: withr-onlya discontinued The people generally I, Of ,tl"
...f t' headlight broken. claim .that sufficient notice was not ,'i... ."
I Mrs. R. C. Smith,'nee Miss Maud Al- given them of the intention on the partof r 'H
ford of Alac.'ua.s". visiting her parents lion. C.. S. Aeree. Osceola count)'. the company to enforce; this order 1 ,:J :t,
1".' ,- Mr.. and Mrs W. E. Smith. representative in the legislature came but be-that aa it may the company has I,
down from Tallahassee on Friday 'to I hold of the handleof the whip, and ::' ,." "' : : :
/ Attention is directed to the advertisement look after his private business uffairs. I II state that the order will be strictly en ( McNalf&! Son) ., l.

""'" - of..Dickerson that_appears in I Mr. Aqree lays that a great amount of forced. Dral-Upchurch BulWingr, Jacksonville,Florida it. \
1 a another column of this paper. i good legislation will not pass at this made to state. Out stock la made from the best timber In Florida is well .
I session, owing to the crowded condition As an evidence of lCissmmee'! Shipments anyprt the (: man / |
\If ,' t Special sale "on watches ,Saturday, of the calendar. I growth, we.havemerely to relate that ufactured and carefully graded and'bur facilities for filling\ orders for carload lots are exceptionally"good.. .j., %: y
;.F\\' ; May 13th-one day only. C. A. Cole, tut week two of the city's oldest inhabitants .;
" r. Jeweler and Optometrist. II I' Mach Bros. have been given the con-i got lost within a few blocks St

1 Methodist tract to fill\ in the culvert on Dakin i of their homes, at which .they slave N ai
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avenue and it is expected that Mr. A. lived for a quarter of a century, "
:conTerence 1 : ; i Rose will have a cement sidewalk laid though each-llved in a different portionof

I I along the property which is occupiedby the city. Thelady declared that it .. I .' ,'- =--. ,. q ."
the Park Hotel. time for oTher to' keep ," ,
Mr. C. O. McLaughlin, representing was persona age "
s "jdJe Armour Fertilizer Works of Jack- indoors-when-! houses were going up so : -S ., .I'"
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; Mr. S. B. Aultman is having his Iota :
I fast one couldn't turn without
' i, .onvi'le' spent Wednesday in city. ,,
1 on Church street raised two feet by running into tome stranger's back ,

:;4' ,{ One day only-Saturday. May 13th- I have with dirt' around which he yard, '''while the man declared that it \,l :_ Ia
II special prices on watches at Cole'Jewelry i with erected' a concrete wall, and was "he for the prairies if this growing ' <
::I't., Store. Call and see them. 20 It 'when that la completed he will build a didn't stop." : ; .
I I concrete bungalow in which he and his

.: Mrs. J. M.. Blanchard arrived in the family will reside. Messrs. C. L. and G. TC. Fiedler, field . KiSsiinmee 1-Par k': ', :
;" city this week. from Philadelphia and : agents of the Hunter Land, Company, : /
Mr. Lee Jarrell student the
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bome in fu1 ,
1" \ will snake Kissimmee her. with-'headquarters at Chicago, were vteItors 'ih .
State at' Gainesville > : "
Untyersity spent
", here the week having' some ' 5 (, '
I past f. .f' .1 < t 'i \\ :
' ture.Mrs.: Saturday and Sunday<< in the elty visit customers with them whom they sold j >1''. I .; : "; .1--" ...... ... --.j, .
Coi-a Jtati organizer friends. Mr. Jarrell\ the son of .
t,1'e.. Fielding. ing section of land the Kissimmee V'S' ,' fi! ,. -
over a on .. : ;; ,
: Circle is spending the; Prof. A. B. Jarrell)) : !'
Woodmen a former principal Prairie. These gentlemen -,own some ,, .$ : -', .1 ... '
!)J. ,..J'week, hi the' city .in theinterest. of that of Columbia High. School.,-'Lake CitylIndeX' choice property ,on the prairie them- .

.{ order.: I IIfJ I selves which they\ are now having developed :

".0 Wear white flower on the lapel of!r' Mr.:Fred W. Worth, the well-known M r-J no. F. Sharp of Charlotte.Mich. .
-. a. ': your coat Sunday in remembrance of Tampa butcher was in the city last :; being in charge of the work, f. -

'I \, the best friend you ever had-your Monday and purchased 'a carload of Which they found prog.e.lng'ery
": 1 mother. '' beef cattle-rom Mr. Rull\ Bass, which satisfactorily. They are both enthusiastic -
'I he shipped to Tampa Tuesday mo lng". over the future prospects of this
,;,y" The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris sectiorf, and hope al some future day to ", -t .
:f.. tian church will meet at the residence Mrs. W0.: E. Cadman and daughter of settle here permanently.The ?
' ..' n of Mrs. B. C. Miller on. the afternoon Nardroossee passed through the' city ,.. y
of the 19th. Monday en route to the North where Kissimmee Valley Gazette presented .. .
' i I they will the and of Miss Jean Thomas '.
''ry spend summer, may a picture.
r Mr. S. S. Griffin, who owns an extensive possibly go to England for the corona- last week and in*the high, clear forehead .

: 'J ...:yai.. property near Gotha, but who Lion 1 ceremonies, and a tour of Europe and the sparkle In the eye can: be .- .. I ...
t1 makes his home in'Orlando, was in the before to Narcoo f "
. i!" returning eee. seen the reason for her victory over v "
tk I city Saturday. I t : the "spellers" of the state. Miss J, ."--' i3gy ; !

':i1'J The'' meeting will be held Mr. Wm. 'M. Lewis, ,also was con Thomas who is a resident of Kissim- I .. 'I' *j"
: Laymen's nected with the Co. medal first I ,
t church next Sunday W. B. Mtkinaon mee, won the gold and prizeof J' '
Gt at the Presbyterian for thati' but who ia in the J'I VllAfi
afternoon at 80'c1O'k. and will be more a year now $100 gold at state contest in ,
1 'I!, traveling Florida and Georgia in the interest Tallahassee, and this in competitionwith Its many superior___ _. #;
led Mr. A. ;
I by Rose
Yf.' .. of a calendar house 'is in the thirty-three county "champions." IV ti 'v1 a aM .,
','f.. : The Rev. David D. Kidd will hold" city this week having come here to see Of all the, fine exhibits made by the '
, \ : services in the Episcopal church on Sunday his amilythis being their.home. Gazette there is none of which it can advantages the .:
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I] nex .. Morning prayer, sermon. and more properly be proud.t-Times-Union. I .... ,!J
t The Southern Colonization Wil
holy at 11 o clock. Company
r } communion
brought ,twent -.ix people to Kissim- We were placed under obligations on keynote ItS.I' 'i

:r jj,,' Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and children : mee in a special car on the excursion' Tuesday to Mr. Ji E. Mattocks, vice- . 4
.,,,k ( ', of" Windermere were guests of that reached here last week. They president and general manager of the J- < err .
\ Mr. C. W. Griffin's. family during the' were- from different portions "of the Kisaimtnee Valley Land Co., for a box V rapid settlement: 'I

& y High School Commencement Northwest, and were Bp well pleased of delicious peaches, which were grown .. '. .,...
''il ,, wjth this section that practically every by Mr. Lew Seaman'in I |Kssimmee :.: .r-' -- /, I .. .. .
3C,; Mrs. A. A. Simpson went pver to' one purchased a tract ot land in KIssimmee Park. The grove from which "theje- ... / I ...... :.t'/
. .' ::: New Smyrna Tuesday to meetJier little Valley.} peaches were picked Is about six years .. I 1;.
'y ,, son, who was returning from a visit to old, and bears ripe peaches as early as :*oJ riit
..4S.t his grandparents,. Hon. and Mrs. J. M/ An important real estate deal was February of each year, which evidencesthe ..I''
4 Bryan, at Dan la.Mr.JtI made yesterday when Mayor Stanfordand fact that Kiasimmee Park is peculiarly ':

fi' rT4 others purchased the John Beaman adapted to the cultivation of that I ., ---- -'---.- -'- -, "V -, --, 5 -
': C. Turlington has been ap- property next to Fraternity Hall., .The fruitr-as-well as to aDY-Othel'.J1'Q'WD in -- -"" -- '' -- ?*

.i;]t :.-fi pointed to the position of superintend- old buildings that. have long been an a tropical or semr-\roplcal.countrv. We ---t :J'tI
Yo"' f'' / -""' went; of streets, and is at present enraged eyesore to our people'will now, be re extend our heartiest thanks to Mr. I ;"l'I:

':)1 in straightening and deepening moved-and in their place will be erected Mattocks, and assure him that the / .. .
I{ / '-:.he drainage ditch that runs along Da. vtrueturesjn keeping!with the progress peaches were so- good they just !.ta ted 0 .

,1! ." kin) avenue. i ift .' our cltyls making. like more." ,- I V "
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Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14th. I' :
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Purpose: f . J/ :I.',,'
who ever lived -your mother. ....
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Object: To 'recall the memories of ,- , -,. ... ; '.,
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BUY the mothers that are gone, and through \ ,
loving words and loving care,.to bright : Ask: P
en the lives of the mothers that remain >a ;
and to help the children and men 'J'--- "
tz and women to a greater blessing In hon .. -mar. t. ; 5Kissimmee
: a a II I. order to ret our retail buiaeu eDt\re1J\ OD a tickebu oring their father and their mother I r 1

f offer the following ieduementa to oar customers The 'day will be appropriately observed '
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at the Presbyterian church on Valley Land ', I

Nt .. w for cash. oDlt Sunday morning. ,Come worship with Company'v ?
UL.W. ar,a white .flower for mother Y . I ,": .
ps ,21.,5, Tackeb,for $1 =- .'- H "" ,

' '' 'I 21.1 Og Ice,Ticketa f or ..00 Card of Jhanks. :. ;.-,. \ i.' E. _MATTOCKS, Vice. MlMter'' ) p'''''.; .

'1'125c Ice Tacheta..for .. 2.50 1 .. Robbins Iowa May 2 1911.Klssimmee k_ : :. .. '': ." % ... T', .- """ -
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; .. ,We would < like'to 'express) through' '-, .......... .. ' ? .
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'... '. : ; your paper our heartfelt thanjka to the ;. T'J'I"
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Masons and Kind friendstor their great '
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; KISSIMMEE ICE. &. COLO'STORAGE.aO.' assistance and,' sympathy In our be* : .::
>. :"r.\;;\:' . :;- ... :.... ",. ,,-- reavement. Yours sincerely; -.' .

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"' 1 ' DAVENPORTItems portion" of .the', tows; ,'was"also filed.

.Mr l ffi.M..fRIVEn3- D. W.L. lUJ -Dllizon The' petition had a" f atye,'number'of J .:.i'N
; .- signatures.;
.A;p ", '" PlIYSlqIANa,, SVRGEONYlu Hon..'T. M MlrpbY.W'aabJo present, .
of Interest Dotted Down from , d.GRADLJATION4r / .-
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w w and poke against'1he of the
: ; pat e orer, Oiiceola? i if I'hErmacy: !j. .
That Thriving Little jail in th-eourt house 'yard. MPS'and OXFORDS -
t f I l ., The : .
? .PHONES UI&148.g f .. Board considering the ob ;
3 / \, We have been too busy to write for /jection presented, decided- to rescind -' Suede '

three week, and during that time a their former action and not build a jail; VeTveCCravanette: ; / .'.

f.. wiNiv -y. ; Real: Estate gpod 1. many Improvements, have been and the following resolution was w. and Patent... leather .
W' \\0 ** panned : 'LADIESf
"' t If.i ;, made here. .
N!' ,. ' .A'telegraph: and* expreia"";office have "Whereas, It Is Understood that the t. ., .
I oil PH\-SICI.: andsfRCEON!!i '\i been installed; and Both'' arm now, in interior of the county jail does hot con 1 ."* I

t .' 4a.a . working order, and, we are all very form to state law as to apartments for ''Gun Metal ]'Patn1parid Oxfords r
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1 UIl". i ..._1. 'It.r-lllata. -;i':. KISSIMMLEtILOtUDA! thankful The park, for they west w of re town badly is needed.being different with kinds said of law> prisoners.r is'necessary and ;compliance and- . For YOUNG MEN -4 4''

Orno.P._. v<. 0 'PlrOMDA.. cleaned up and beautified and several, Whereas The financial condition of ((NOTE- man Is I jus't as young:: as he feel,) .

. \. '. rode of the county road have been covered the-county does not ,juatffy;the expenditure ---,. -. - ._,- -
TT o: THOMASON r J"W: .THOMPSONFCNERAL with sawdust , of BO large an-amount. anew 7f" t'fiut/S:1o:7i'r"rs'r.rfii'j-i ". .i ,

AJ.t iv Mr. Whoolery (la building an Uroomboarding jail would require; therefore, be it . russul ..... ...... .. .oJ" .
/ house bo catch the overflow Resolved, That we will endeavor to
PHYSICIAN and SURGE > from the hotel and several other newJbpvsea so alter the Interior of the) present jailas The Only EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE: in KUsimmee
.have .been built since'our last to cause it to comply w.ith the law;

Office' Phones 74 and S. Read! ncu\ 26TR. DIRECTORand f writing. and be it furtherResolved

; . ,---'---'- - - On Saturday evening May 6th, a That .chairman of this L. M. HIDDEN, & CO.
daughter was born-W. Mr. and ./ r8. Board Is hereby directed to secure plans r. .., __-:.. _.....
J.: W. SIMPSON i.iCENSEMBA\ MER; Lee Wheeler. This is the first girl to and estimates such as will comply with
be born in Davenport theother three this resolution, and submit same to the
DENTIST. 1 having been boys. vMelTons ; next meeting of this. Board. \1'r r -' 1. s 9

are looking fine, and Mr. lion. J. S. Stratton appeared beforethe
Upstairs In Kali r ul1dlni: (Opposite Courthouse. Swartz will begin. to ship a few next Board and asked I I9 n. m. to 12 m. week. action in the discontinuation' of the'
OFFIOE uovas': (r 1:30: to 5:30/): p. m. :Mrs. Olsen and children have recovered road commencing at the croosing of 1>,,0<1,1 b
t Te1ephone'o.76 Jun 5, Ivr, T FLORIDA from the lover, and Mrs. Frog the Sugar Belt railroad at St. Cloud ''".i.8.,"bicycle urnUhed br Ui. Our acl'<'DtHev..rrwheru. aroma-Jug: l
.- .----- ner, who nursed them during their ilineHB Junction, and .running west along.the plane WdN[ ./."J._until./.ro.A '/Mul.t reopfve/./.'.'and_".abproTe t orvonr f t.
VR. W. W. CARSON has been quite 111 from the fever, line of section 20 in towrwliip range 26, MONEY ..wp to anyone anrwhcra you In t h e 0.8> "''*..,a /"'".,.'"' i
F I ORIDAKEAL[ (ESTATE FOR SALE but is much better today. 30 Also, where the road intersectsthe in adv.noe...,.,IWI..'.and allow TEN DAY. r REETRIAL durt..".
It to test ynnwbA4.1f
Mr. Muoce, who has been sick for Finney Point road to where the wldckUmO youmayrtdethebicycle put any tbo
t a .... DENTIST the past two weeks, is reported to be, new. Peghorn road passes. r bicycle yon shin are then It bark not to' perfectly UM atourexpvnm BaUxflod end or do,..not a-4#wish..( h.t<.?>.ku..,. ". 4 ', A..
}t f! Office Cole's Store Beautiful w ter home sites situatedin .. I Upon motion, ; duly seconded, the -FACTORY PRICES We fnrulHb the bleluwt( rrado blcynliyi I II. I IK .?,,
4 over Jewelry: the Lake Re\Ion oj Florida. Mrs. Burton has been considerablyunder I above roads were ordered discontinued. possible to Inake at one small) proteal.WO
Office Hours 8-15, 1-G(J actual factory cost You Hare 8)0) \orrSmlddlemen'spro6tlbrbuY-
?, : Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor the weather for a week. Notary'pub' tic bond of Hon, G..F. ln>director uendh hI!vo the. manufactnn-r'a g-uiiraritoo bHiInu youri
',< 'i, Office phone 158 If some enterprising man would come Kribbs was examined and approved. i bicycle DO NOT BUY a blcyclnor a pair of tires from ..r... at .., rk H4'
.'I" Re idence *' 23 small tracts. .,. here and do something to make a There being no further business, the -4'' 4 rN0 until you raonlve our cataluttum and lorn our unheard of f.<*', -,i
pay . .
'f !; _r' / _' .1of''R to rider agent. r
'" CITY PROPKRT: A SPECIALTY roll for DavenpQrt, it woul e a move Board adjourned to meet again in regular C'"IJ.nd B AStORISH D _":.tad ar9uhry..,. .'- nnymmi'r, ".
in the right direction both forthem and. session. Z 10011. how.- we rears m.te you tare Fr. W..II. lI.bMI' < ,
J.eM'. WILSON, .j JR., L(,t your property v ith me for quichesalts. Davenport. E. L. Lesley;Chairman. fce>"wmey tb' .nanr olb r Itaotorr. W. i.".t1irtl d with' l.ODpnttlt; atHtvr.wt<>ry n.6.IcvcLR ;

I, Wit have four good' stores, a barbershop By Arthur; E. Donegan, Clerk. rhA...'hodl..4.' DuLeaeou' ............o*>a sell our biorole. uatier youfowb ntviu*pJ.tdoUbh. our prhoa- Jl i i i.sO0a0
N PUBLIC. .. ............ .... +/
i TARY ; l mill. a10TOLaa. W. do .nt n.eger. Ioaodl.d hni1 hte,"''' l .
and saw Now let some one .. . .. .. .
. .m..r ".nd_ ..,otb'.rcbl..o..I1.. ...._ T..ot..r out promptlyS RI n e '
r--{ STATE' 'AT LAUGH. \ H. M.( Breake-x. & Co. .start a manufacturing business of some C6iSTEB" ...0.Gfrtn"""."._.......wANN.nNnll.r.,0 lists m.llrA flea ......... an" _....,..,u...........'. ,
kind to make business Rood.: Th Horne'Bakery U ...o.utOl.II..u..tkjlr.w"IWo'I'-. .
;)0)4I I Real EstateAgent., A dairy: is much needed !tere. : ? Man o
.' Box 175 KHSSimMHE. FLA? I !! Hedgcthorn PunctureProofSAMPLE e!! t--
'e Takes thiS opportunity to Jthank $1 10 Self-healingTires .4 PAIRroiimtoouof 54 F
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>1f'' : Proceedings of the the good people of this city for na.rfill ;r'

P. A. VANWSUiww W. CRAWFORD BULLOCK their liberal patronage and would t1LAIpl..hiatwLuM TfimlmriMIl*H ../I.....Mm li, n

AGNBW & CRAWFORD s. n. also take this means to say that "''',.,11....awpl.,.,.,..,...0(, t ,
aTANS County Commissioners our limited facilities for 110 MORETROUBLEFIOMPlICTDRESiI': ..))1 \\ ..'
'" making ._. F:1'
MAIL, .. it
9 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW voiM. ll iMt l t tk alr t. : i
wilt + I ;; i iDESOWPflONINad
if. goods pwvent (for awhile) our A..undredUtoU..odpal..lIOldl..t7e.r. .

,j!:r i.' Offloaa: J4Klsslmmee -i 6 Cltlyens..... Hank Building'Florida REAL................ESTATE..................;. Kissirrmee. 1'ia.t .May '1, 1911. general city. Quality delivery and to all variety parts will;of the be ailing, very durable and. IIY't'ly l linedIn.1\limlde an-.I.ea...rltli.rt, i v e' q',: .I rt'I : A it i

Die Hoard of County Commissioners a "- .)quality of robber which never be- ; I
t:. -,- INSURANCEExamination in aVd) for the county of Osceola, Stateof maintained always. Our nice comet. porous and vhlcn. fUadeavup smaU.
pnnctONmwitholrt allow! thealrtoeeeepe.
,) I. L. NOON, ". <>. ORI/tN Florida, met in regular session on \\e have hundred. of letter Of from a.tu>fllHl CUHtomenKt "-otltalMlhlokrtfbbirtna. .
J of Titles a the above date, there being present A. HOT ROLLS and BISCUITSAlso atlmr that their ttm ha_only beert pumpM up once ardefijwrimarlr'M"; ::

& MOON & GEIGER F. Bassv E..L. D: Overstreet, O. R; HOT BREADwill artwlreinawholeseaun.or lnarytl..1.I1eP\luctu..malstlnIfQu.I1U.Theyweirhnomontaanan .. bolnff to pravant rim eulti ng. This
fIo 4 Baas cot iKsioners; P. A. Vans Ag- ytvpn by several laynn, of thin specially DreDRrodllry. will outlaat any other
-\>' ,I ATTORNEYS-ATJ.AW: Specialty. new, attorneys for the board, and Ar- fabric on the treat.The/ regular. price of these Urea. n+."__OPT, ELASTIC and
._ . l I" 110.00 EAST RIDINO.<<
.:,I", thur E. Doneean, clerk. be ready ntorninga andafter- pur pair, tnAforadrertudnff purpoaes are r
i) f Solicited.Bargains. milking a special factors nrlre to the rider of only S4 Roper pair All 1 ordorn Hhli.r, d I sums r
ft.S Office State Bank Building Correspondence Hon. E. L.vJLeBlev, chairman of the noon and a nice variety of PIES day letter la received.I We ship O. O. D. on approval.I You do not pay a rflll lllilll.:: : \ nu
.. Kissimmee, Florida board, being bent, Hon. A. F. Base and CAKEParties .and have examined. and found them strictly as "." ........nled. \4
Weddinga wevOralkwR.a.I..m.t.r' .......
i -.. - watf pp-Cnted ch rman pro tern. specialty. W'VH ORDUA and ...._tblo N..M..m.m0.p.rentthebma You rua lea DO n.k ro.4s.10 .01UD8 porp.lrIf u..0'onNr yo... .h..PULL Or., .. ..e..H.. ..
; - - Minute of last Nrneeting were read 1.tumN al OUC..p.RR. Il nameS0ef Roe rtl.0ator 1 0 ..am1oatlun, wears r rr6.Gp.'
sod . : :: ;: :
tnmrr..aj 1o. I. W.Y/Ra bnk. if odorde pair of thn.tlrraou of) ,4 tb.t tb rll, li 1R 1
'; 'I F.'KRIBJlS and approved. N. ;O't"oi' mo f..tae Wr r b.tnr. I..1; 'look Soar tb.R ae)II,.YOU I.. ..or u.wl an. pn-r
G The following bills\ ere examined, .A. SMITH tbatos LOW, b..ow.ll. pr..d tb.lwb.a,0e w.ot a blayols yon will gin Rs =:::.n'::. wa wane !
tnnto ..... ......'....Iem.Aab$9...... .
;;k 'ATTORNEY.ATLAWRoom approved and warrants ordered drawn: IF YOUNE' D, T1 'EYdonYOgwfklod.. ..oypriaaatrr' 'n..nAMrMlrnrnMn' .11 ".n
y ... .... ,. ..
O Rppmral as '.ltb.-In. r
: : rf- Arthur K Dnnririn.cleik and airdltAr I f7 00 pr.-"" ...'PI.. aa4ltOuodJ7o.cuu._'Ieb _"' _004 QUUteoo all mu? I
12'Second Floqr k'nll.' oU. ._t k Iaf. ,"._.....-.
\ "'/ In all kinds of Real Estate V.uui Agnew & Crawford, legal erX tclt 20 $4 ... ,
oo WOT
State Bank Building B \\i l/mioy: lwmml.Nlouer N. 4 (I0 DO NOT WAIJ"'wrI.-r.| TaaeOlaUVINQah/ry-4.. or. ( ? .r 'I 1
; Fire and Life Insurance and E I, I) Ovemtrwel. commlatloner & m.. 1 1(0' I'eolr eawlR-.VTJ .J;JSUJtET" .MW *I 1IIJK1::! taowtb gad woeeemlarm wru ow
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r sae. e '
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Armour's Fertilizers. Renting J. L. COMPANY
O R-h... :J .. MEMO CYCLE ; > .
10'' CHICAGO.mmt '
and Collecting Rents a W 8 Pearce USE
t ; JV Thunlp.on, fixtures wltneiu eland 9 ,
4 Specialty. Taxes paid for II A, W B Drew Oo reoord county judge. 17 M I .

, REAL.E .&TATE Ijton-residents.) .Kiwi'l'bomv-n.K: ...trie. Co. ,burying lirhla jell pauper r II IT 00 to = '
E: 1LI.'dry AOo, lo.. 4"t 4 Notary Public at Large R. O. MEEK Kl.. Lumber Ouulber" .'\111 xt '
J O Thwn rood wo/k 765!
<,' f i Office over ..JVloberson's Pharmacy Kim Waicnn Work, rfpeir road raacbrratera .'> roO I
ft* KISS1bMEE. FLA. Kissimmee. Fla. N :t Caraoii <>ro Oo,- mule. feed KB terErryl4sleaCyrrr..tatnbeICOlumber .

-- - I I J J Dunn, rep road machinery. !4100 1 (fio! To exterbiinate Bed Bug, i H. STANFORD COMPANY I

I ? I J t)HC W
Warrau Kite., road work 70 uu Fleas and all class '
JENKINS & WOODIIAM R. S. RAINS Kli.>" Valley (iaaetle. rubs and prlutlnf 00 (M> ot vermin. av Carried Complete. a Lies of I II

,....,.. I" (O>.A'"p1bJ rond.par.:.. Co, mdio roll CM. 444> M 06) I '
_I ;:::t' -TAIL.OR tMOP H .J.tiancock.llxln. bridge. .. d H OU To kill. and prevent Cjcks, I :
clothes Anhvr If reooruln. e6016 e1C DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
I cut and make to ajman's IXMienan
M '* L Jlandy,oommlaBiqufi.. ... 212 Fleas. Lice and Flies n ...'
S : ,ands measure 'I do thee bait steam !'cleaning Jim I Jqbnxon, road ISO Vs _
Surveying town' wBNsktnoonG0, rood.uPp----------I I OU2V Ar.ima1t!. pun N ISH ING: S.- A"i
/ .' '. ., In I dye any color.I-do} ,, M B canon, t month hauling,. ::: : HI' \.V ." %"If'.1
; I '; I.. kind of.'repairing... I clean! Hats. Mr.PotOqrlnmber. ... ,..,,..<,..L.-t \110 To kill and prevent Fl yu, ,. .\! ,' ;
T Drafting '" Claude; t'_"" *,road work)) ...1. .'. ..:.i/U-.S 26 ;
, of the best Tailor In' the lice and mite Fowls. t SHOES and CLOTHING '
I have two Cleveland alter tianlnon.emits, road toad work----------work.. : 8 COO 26 on .......- ,- : : f
South. My'pl ce of business is in rear
/ -- Frank Chaiiuier, fond wore 8 26! To prevent the spread of 4 'I'I'f
of J. II. Redditt'aJewelryStore.PHON C W Milliard. rood work IIUUHC 4 1
IIIIII"r.polllm'AI10118' 174 W* contagious diseases.To n% can he found In IlIl ttd-l'lorlda r
A OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL' E N0. 210 UHoeula. Journal aubii Mud prlnllug 18 W and ..ell i
W L \\Inn. Mult\ pauper
iMtiISSIMMEE. J I) Chunn )iianpcr, khlHlolan .3'2' (XF > disinfect Bath and Toilet
FIA : borrowed :'Jimo UU
: Jl Lynch money AS HEAP AS ANY I
YOUR CLOTHES. Reveuue land, transferred out HpecUl 4O';.< 71 l Rooms, Sinks, Waste Pipes, .--
state H..nk, Inmreat warrant No Ibo IK 00 Pails Cellars Kennels
"," '"r':. Htatu URnk. luUTi-nt warrant revenue. 20 CKi.Charlie Garbage "HOUSE IN AMERICA i i
Hiuin, wltiu' atty 1 OUM :Stables l and Fowl iI

: -'W. C- BASS K'U al l " .. 1 100(IW Hpuses. ; I
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING J Mi-Phaitar. :'t (00. -
: Wholesale and'Retail C F I'rovatt COMB conuty court / UW )14 I
t Arthur K UonnKan.Mite counly uouh 11 84 TO INSURE YOURSELF I

: 1 ,''J| Dealer 1 L rprevalt Muon, nalary(vuuitcoiilH and foe .. 108 9:17' saC : PERFECTION OF HEALTH H. C. COMPANY '

i1 C F Trevatt.' fend M 00 STANFORD

{; ;: Fresh -Beef Pork and PRESSING DYEING ..* (Ne.LVruUelouTu'har''... )K Mrcrory i prl.onen, oouri gra..A reporting iiherln ;>1)13> Ot) Fenole U used-with a prayer. Plot a .1i.1iKissimmee. ,

I REPAIRINGLeave Paid warrants were ordered cancelled .
+i _, from the various funds in the following For Sale by YOUR DEALER or ----- -- - 'f'

: I Mutton -- .- amounts : direct if he can't supply you. 1
- word at 'my house and clothe Revenue $1524 64 Quarts, 75c; Half Gallons, $1.00; .
I, will be called tor and returned. Rbad.v '. L_ 3593 I5 {Gallons, $$2.50; Sprayer, 60c. \
ac Fine and forreiture 53 41 \

__ h _____ Satisfaction, Guarantee* $85 Tax collected.collector's. poll tax report showed Manufactured only by KEtLEY'S KELLEY'S. KELLEY'S'. .

Treasurer filed} his report showingthe -
_ Rt' following balances on hand in the ,
Osceola Title I ,
various funds : Tampa Florida .t ONE "
Revenue .- . $RJ99! 38 16-4t -. POST CARD FREE r
: Fine and forfeiture. 1107 55

'P.vGnarantee,j. . ' Company--, ** :House Painting Special School Road fund fund fund -> 5835 4044 71 89 02 : g with every pound of candy. ,. ; ti

I, Convict lease 818 40 !i r
G. P. GARRETT. Manager.Real \ S. S. D. No.2' 74 91 One letter of the word "KELLE\ 'S" on every

-- -. -- Paper Hanging S. S. D. No. 8 847 01Q74192 Card. When you get the word "KELLEY'S" -

l estate S. S. D. No.; 4 made up by presenting them to the City Fruit .,- 1we }

Titles examined-and reported ont DecorotiuR'Knlsomining -$22805--79 f/1. Store you will receive one pound of Red Band 1'.I '
Taxes paid for Qon-resldents I

-t Instruments relation to real estate Tax collector filed his report showingthe ;;. Brand Candy F(1EEI'Apretty( Girlolieoery card.W rn

."ti' y carefully drawn following amounts : .4 ,, J r
$3662 05 d
t Correso3i3ence: Solicited. 6104 91 YOU WANT a
School &
Guaranteed '
, Workmanship as Niemeyer .Wiley
Road. 4394 49 :; ,
I Good as the Best. Special .. 1464 83 RUBEROIDRoofing
4 x",. McCALLITER: : : :; S.T D. No. 2 .96 81 Ji.

X1eeln ee.a or- S. S. D. No. 3 147 56 s4Aa" Kale s4Ajmax} S'A ITI tII i
c . /\J
S. S. D. No.4" . . 61 93 .
1 4 'W'ell 33rlller 0. Tax collector's license report showed / 14
K f G H WEBKING 57Bi: because It coafe no more then hundred _
$ , N $15.25 collectedMessrs.\ of inferior roollnm and outlivesthem : t1'i r'
la prepared to drillr C. W. Dsnn S. H. Bullock all )\
, and F. H. Law eon, as a committee SMlafadtorr under all climatic condition '1 J Joj'
ti \(1" ARTESIAN WELLS from the Kissinrmee Board'of Trade and tuitaWt for oaf bvMipf. '; 4

=-=== = ::-:; -- -;- :' ---:::-:---=:--=1 appeared before the Board and urgerjupon Fimreel4ttng'TlmrproOf.RUBER . For flint LINGERING COUGH take 't ;,

j t': \.. ,.. in any section of Florida. them the advisability of locating -OID Colored Rooflflg J vNYAL'S
ti \ the new jail on the lot owned> by Judge In beautiful gad nuftln.ahadea. ol

_ i.'rv' .. I G. F. Parker, near the lake 1n'lot 22 RED--BROWN-CREEN. WINTER (COUGH SYRUP ff.

Ten years of successful Well I U. BJItIe' of the South Florida Railroad Com- The only pero.n.ntly.e0WrMynpwd. t4't4'CDntalUS
Ineth .
rooming.THE '
e+ Prilling-to a Guarantee of my pany's survey of of Kissinv r
., ''Ability to produce. the best me4v'.They ftfwr with the" report a (AO-BER-OID MAN .. '
*U i1'1 're.ulta. ". proposition from" Judge Parker tosellthis -.>our' aafagtuard agmiomimitacioaa.. no !Iorpli.nororOpIniiV: Uompdnmr.J -. ;T..f' .

t lot for $2260; also a diagram showing RcHoYejs. and Irritation '
l_...looh .afar s r.e..$ soreness
location of the lot and ''
BARIBER SHOP the exact an "'t
+ 1TWO:, ANDS 'FOUR INCH> : extract from the Mhlutes of the Board THE STANDARD Heals Inflamed( Tissues.:
_ t< A SPECIALTY of trade. The committee: strongly PAINT CO.,, I .. '25 antT J. 50c'sizes. iISSIMEE

,:'t :' ;VitELLS' Cold Drinks .K m2"arg. urged 'th. Commissioner, to build thej&l1. IN Wmiam --.Ncw&fickDiatrfbutora ,.... --.......... : . II' ;
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A' K Jj. and to accept,,Mr. Parker'soffer.A .
r1'' f f';; 'f. ----1'".-: "'*> I petition which. 'h d been circulated .Oacnou H/LBaWAaS/ .'.. DRUG CO. .
<< > the ladies -of the Village Improve Tel' r""n'--,, .
:: Kisdnumee y .KlaalamM. 3. s ,
.'t' .P/o.&x\8 i r "
!.iI : .. \ .. rut 1 ment' Society,..protesting against the .' i4 .Q : -4 r ; : ... :

'Sf .Xlss: m: : .meei: i,:Floritier"ak : dr. new Jail's being placed in the residence (< ,,'. .' ...-_. ... ..... ... ,"
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.*. e. Corporation, ConplalDaot. ra Tb( Florida Ja. Chaocert.. K., Lamonn.! complainant QNEARTESIAItWELLS;; > CAN 'BEikrVD;: ONPARK
Ie d"! aoutbera; Railroad Con PMT, .CorFranX ... F. O. Tbompeoa. r meet V Ale". : : r rr .
SURPRISEPRY J Call'and.sec my line .Aorat/uU/ .;' Q ,BrowiL\ T..Dd ander. Henry Whorton Arthur FlL, All.pereoneclaiming 'GA1tpEN' **
1rraak Browa and.Up.pan.Iantngcu an lutereet uDder John U'' ,, LANDS
& deaeribed. ,la tbia bill 11111. deoe.Red, --oUterwlae.. All neraansoUier

; GQOpSSTORE ;SPRINCJ. GHAMS . J.b.Er1, Kaflroad..* ', ,Companr-" ... I an Interest tiiao Uio In dove,th*property named narUee lutbla.btlldeptrlb.t ialmin.,*;. Park Garden lands are; the bestJnTeatmeriton: the)market becausi" ,.b M

Oreetlns: :L ; ,,. ,defendania. they are'1'Ich deep .
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: GOODS k .fertlls.'requlre little fertjlismj ,
: WHITE ._ Tbla .... ootnlac eo to l>e beard upon ha TUill ao Remove Cloud from Title, b t
: .notion of the complainant loran orderof nub To Alt .1 you can always water your crops -at.any time,becausVyou can ret a

c. . EMBROIDERIES' (Uratloo da Boulheni for wrrloe KaMroad on Oompanr.thedefeudant.. oorporatlooarid The FIOh It sppe lu .1I1a.ilagfromtbeswornbillot.omptalcaled .*..*.that there are peraooa Inter./ flowing; we'I"anywhere on these. .lands, making crops sure and e.rtainl,,

i the tews of the Mtate of Florida and It ..Ied'n the property involved in ibis suit,. We sell ,these lands on 'most ,favorable terms of''payment and allow, '
L ACF: ,ETC .ppearlna that the Heonrltj ifaveatment Com'pan other than th. knows defendant, and thai '
MI S.E." L. PEARCE' ,1""' nits..Complainant InatltntM .."and the name o( such persons ao Interested are you time to make the money off. the products to:pay.tot! them. Come ,
.. .t. bID 01 oonvMafat!. for o..n OMan unknown, to the complainant, std that relief la. see these excellent lands and / a
\ '1" .,. of OMeola County,Florida,_...1It Tbe norlda _plai.t egajautaucn. you. ,VU1 buy I
Koutheni-- Batlroad unknowndefendant.t. . ....
'' Companr. a oarporatkm.rSrank -j : ,
BeamatT Building'i. ( s 1 ..... Q. Bro.'TI'II.te t, Frank Q Bmwo andallperaoos It i*therefore ordered that all-penon claim .I\SiIIIIB! i 1
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oUlmlniraD loterert locatearty prop' leg aa tutereat and the followlngd n\JMI ''PINEbALE burl&an& '
, intha.idbill of_. !Malot......rtbe4,tbe property;situate la County of OeueoIa-aMate of jrorl* homes ; pretty 'locationhigh!: i;, and. realdenoet I whom are to the corn.piIn.M rioildto I wU) healthy delightful view
., d aukuown,I' the ": of remove: Loa flr* <&)! sag (11);"seven' '(7) and Bins '(9)of t of the: .and town;, good ..breece from
I / ';.,.. / [K the olosda. r'bed= s:? t oomylain. the Florida Atrtcuitural, Uompany' sub across thelakei'pretty;; surroundings with good neighbors. ,Tracts'In

. .NeeN....N.,t I.appe.rlall uiltotbbBued laDd.furth.r that a ia.ubr--the amid bill wadnly; and 'twenty dlvla'on.' Bye of (*2A ecuon)south thlrtyiwo(32)of rang. tblriy-on townablp. MUeut ', any,aUe'from! one acre to.. forty( acres in a body; on favoraUeVterma, of
.. .. ..e & out ot She.Id Court dbrited'l Tbe a'iCeadanl dqnper to- the Oomplain. ,'. J 'W1 of, w .pa!!>'ment> ':> 7" 1 i
the TtVUrond .
I Florida Southern Company oomptaiOtherein 81..oaor ..theJiule ,. ;iy
aa pnijed aald bill, and that the aaMubpoena ' l9/U. 7th day. of Aug.. .
wa. plared In the bands of lb.t hertaosaidOaceslaCouuty..yd ,wla.lbs naH Mil.wlli [p* token. a* now I. r 1.

prove Your Orange; r i.l beoauae ene aan e oonld by aald loot be Bberlfl.erred,1owinf returned ,If rile* .further' ordered* that thin. order unr-be publubed \FIRE\ LARGE ORANGE GROVE; grapefruit;. tangerines, man.

:1':1'.lnt layomoenorappotnt.u to the fallnreiDf the Mid eorpontlon ap.otaand to week once In- the a week Kliilmmee fur twelve. V.I.(12).:y) eonaeouLlre Santa' e \ 'darine., kumvuata, lofluate, peaches: lemon., and In ,tact all kinds of

further *>eeaniie tbe oni known I newspaper published In Mild Oeoeola County. citrus fruits, only little over a mile from city.lhi1ita, ''and XH>crea of
: trees will gems*of lbs said oorporaUon bare been abrent and of general circulation in eld county land. .
'UP TO YOU-Your. crop ) $ a iffi&s of plant food : from tha Stale of Floridaor more than I Witness I Minor .. Jonei, Judge of Mid Cir- .good Crone coven about 15 area oj;bearing trees,' an,.excel].
.their beet. but they nylet have have to inere"'lt. lx (6) :t'tc"ntl5lUoual7' : before the .Inning. cull court,and my bam a*clerk. thereof and ,... ant income and easy,life'for someone desiring a healthful climate'and
of lb.u1A ;
them hold and mature tJ1.; the oOtolataeal oflaid. court thin goth day of
help to strengthen the trees and to' y.. Wherefore. It ll bereby ordered.adjndr land ;April A.D. 1011. good home. Will take you to the owner and you can deal direct'and ''
i chipping qualitiee flavor which nothing can decreed! that the said The Florid Hoolh- "* '. Arthur B! Donegan, can .ure buy a B RGAIN., '
: Kive to the fruit the true"FLORIDA" CItruS era Kallroed a corporation orranlaed. nd ex (BEAU Clerk of Circuit onrt.a.1lS x .
'* ,co.unterf And that'l why the majority of laUnc-UDder the law of the etaie of rlorl .. : ? BJ Bli.anetbJohnaooD.C. /
careful to get;, be and it Ie hereby req.ilred to appear to Ibe Q. F4! Krtbb.Solicitor for CompUiuAnbeaiie. '
growers are always said bill of oomplalntoi the SWurllT IBTM- BEAUTIFUL little colonlcatlon "
mint vompiny and defend thepaid ail o MheootnplslDant proposltion-480 acres about two
r Armour's 'Orange Frul'ter, at the office of -the Clerk cf the Notice i of Masters' Sate: miles from: Kissimmee: halt mile from railway staUdn; with InUr-
i Uireult Court of ;laid Unceola Conntf. Florid, ''
Armour's Fruit and Vine, or. i at KfalmmeePor/ Monday, the 6lh day Notice la hereby. (given of that under.and leaned by: urban survey right past, the land, line sure to be built; 'good,;land and ,
Potash of June' A;D.:1911; and that [lilt order be pub 'virtue of.IO..14eor. foreoloaur cheap. be
Can and,
Armour's Blood,.. QUO and lintHHl ono, a week for the ejiaoe of two (2) oat of. and nnderthe. el ol the Circuit court bought make a high-grade first-class colonisation i Y d
month urtorlothe.ald5Wdayof t an*. A. I): of the Seventh! Judicial Circuit of tbe Slat of proposition to locate a number"of
neighbors together
'. line Zeo 1911 I the KlnalDimee Valley Uamte-a.eeki, Florida, Inand for Onceola County, la Chanaery giving high 1
' : The fertilizer:exactly adapted to tour grove is in the Armour card wilt now.psper of general circulation paclUbed In. titling. in a certain caiua tbeYnln!*n lllif.wb..ela school and church' advantages, with' good railroad' advantages and I r
. benefit 'their experience T A post Mid Oaeeola County, Florida Robt. B. Savage" aa guardian of the
the ; good markets Full
Interested ,
why rlot.get Done and ordered at Miami In lie County. of eatat ef Olivine Zella Havage. minor l. com.plalnant ; particular parties.' "
bring fulUnformation. had." : Dade and lit.... of Florida, t.bla.b.. llth day. ofM19f ,and Ch... F. Prevalt,aa ea-offlolo ad -
Better UBE "ARMOUR'S" thin "wish you A. D. Ull. mlmatrator the eatate of'(7' A. Cummings, r- : 1 {'
I' '. -' '; IflNOft B*. JONES Judge. deceased. and Sarah Cummlng: Delber'Cum. .
," --.---- -- \ mints" .Jacob. Camming Mary. William andJeuute FORTY ACRES quarter! nt a mile from railway station; close to .
Z of
: Frump,aa helm laid metals and all
MANUFACTURED BY ? ". Citation of Administration.In . pereoni olalmlnc aa Interest In the property In school and church; 4-room house, sufficient bearing: orange trees tot
the bill complaint described,are .-pom"D fa y.uegood laud for 'grove Aid.truclHiio$1600. '',
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i FERTILIZER WORKS Court of the County Jnde, Btat of Floridi, ; the uodenlRned. a. Hpevlal Mauler ; .T.rmllf desired. 4 xl xln
ARMOUR Onceola County. E.>at of Cftrnelii. D.Fdiek Chancery, 1II'1I1.ell at public ,during the .
deceaeed,by the Judge of Held Court: Irgalhoura of aale, fieloretbe Court; Bonned '
JACKSONVILLE,FLORIDA J Whereas, Itatllda i K. Kdlck haiapplled to thlf or, In the city of KUatmmte said OaoeolaConntr IIiiar!
court for Letter of Admlulntrtlon on thee** on Monday,the Ath day of June,
late. o( Cornrlua D. ICdick, deceaied. late. of 1VI1, toe following: deerrlbed real estate, .ti.g: Any sort of a hom'e: in the pretty town of Kisstrnmee desired, 1 .,
: :.......eoEVE12Y aid counti of<**ceola.These ted In raid Ukocola County, Plot-Mat All of from
....... ... arc, . ToTIt and'admonliib block H, I t aDd K of R. H. p. Drou,ht'. addition aj-room house to a beautiful home'with'air: modern Improve-'
aM l and singular the ktndrnd and creditor of to the. ,olti of Klaalmmee Florida, ao menta and food sUnfoundingrs, a( !ices that fair. '
are cheap and
meld dececuvd lo be end appear before .this cording to the plat recorded of Bald addition In p _
mart on or "before the 16th .uay of Jtar.' A. D. IhnCounly of Oneeola" and dt.t.! .01. Florida. i
loll, and ale objot-ilon, ff any iner have, to T...-.... of ale, caith. - -
Ibe'grantlnf of Lettera of AdntlnlHtratton on Klaiiiqmee, Florida,thli 2I.t day
"' aid e.tateotherwiee eth*aame will be granted of Aprl) A D. l 11111. 17.M
to aid Matilda K. Edick or o.ome other fit Arthur E.Doneimn" ,
SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES Demon" or penon Special Muter ID Chaucer Nelson '
i WUneai my name aaXoaiuy ..f tbe Van*, o\lIn- Crawford' Realty Company .
+ ,SUCCESS THE SAME WAY'- County aforesaid this the Uth d.y.of April, solicitor for com I.laaDt. 1' 1.
D.1911. '

----SAVING MONEY Moon A Gelgor. Petitioner' Attornev. Notice of Publication. : : ,;
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Put money In Department the Interior U. S. Land OffloeatUalneTlUerria.
Do you want to be successful Start saving now. your Order of Publication. May &,1911 .
Notice given that William Moore,
In the Circuit Conrtof the Seventh Jadlclillrcult. I'101 Whlttl..*... Flort'r.: who on May K. 1810. made --
BANK OF KISSIMMEE lu and for 0"801. County. Stale of homestead Serial No. OU774. for Lou 4
t u I
Florida' In Chancery K. Ljunon, com mud 6, Section li Town.hlp 81 South, Kangui M
plslnantva F. C. Thompson,Ernest V.. Alrxniler -- Kant, 'l'allah... .. baa filed DOt'oa HOW ABOUT THAT
nearr Whorton. Arthur fell. Allperaona of intention to make Bra year proof to
other-Bank In claiming an interest under dcceaeed establish claim to the land"above described
We have more Savings Accounts than'any t John L.Bill. otherwise; and all person* before the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Klaalmmoe -

Otceola County. procuredone *other n interval than the in above the named property parties la tbl.claiming bill de- Claimant, on as the witnesses Uln uay: of Jane 1911- IRRIGATION P ANT7't'?;

haven't .
A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you acrlbrd. dsfeudanm.Bill Randolph Youni ofVthiWer.Florld. ;
to Kemove Cloud from Title. Frank TumbUn,of Whittier, Florida .
YGx .
40 so lIt"'bnce. I .'
It appearing by affidavit pendedolb.bill Joseph OraHirer, of Whittier Florida.
-.-- I of complaint Sled In the LOT* Mated resid.ut.ol can** Elmer B. Baaa, of Whlttler, Fiords.. !' / Ws are, headquarters for' Gasoline. Engines +
CaahierAaraua that th*above defendant are Loa- a
{E. Donna Trealdent. W. H. NOaTOM MB State-of. Florid. whoee' residence la unknown I Henry S.lhosbkr.NICE . Pumps, etc! ...v. / ;;-
,and who are all over'tbe. ace of.iwontyoue Let us figure with you.
Tear* JLH '
Lktberetore ordeied that tbe non resident y.

defendant. the laid F, Thompson Ernest .Office.and warehonN& Nebraska, '
j V, Alexander. Henry Whorton Arthur Fell Are. and S. A. L. Railroad. ULMER MACHINERY COd'; r
be and they are berebhre4aired. 1lo appear lo CITY HOME FOR SALE '
.. the bill.of complaint filed hi aid ceu.e, on or Phone 2126-L TAMI'AFLA.WE .- *'
; .o.oe..o.oo.eo.eN..NOe before Monday, the 8rd dy 01 .1u.lJ. IBIU :U-."
of said btU+will betaken
otherwise the allegation
Cor. Verona street and Orange ,
ERNEST MACH m oonfeaaed bY said defendant. > .
EMIL !MACH It ii further ordered. that tbl order be pub avenue, lot 70 x 140. <
e AstlStaadard OH Co., : limed one ax week for eight (8) oonMMjntUeweak
In the Klaalmmee Vlly 0...."... a 6-room cottage, Stable and '- '

s :- IV.LACTI: EROS-: I newipaper' daol publUhed Aerll.In amid mi.leVgt .county and .Uts.TbiaWtb chicken house. Price 18OO T ,

." Arthur K. DoneHtan i can remain on mortKage.HARRY LOAN
clerk of Circuit, Court.rsEAl I { o
Sale Stable [ ] 'Br Eliaabetb Johniton,D. O. W. THURMAN Owner '
i Livery Feed and != i. ,. Krlbb,Solicitor for. OompalanLCitation ,, I9 n,
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t .....- -'- : .........,.- .... nt 6UTSTONE .. ,ItSSIMIIEE FLORIDA + +

.. :t . !,Kt. International! Harvesting! Co. of Administration.In . .MONIES; ;J!
.. : Court of the Connt; Judge:; State of Horlda.Katatevf .
:C --I :E.A. :E.Aw .0: .
: : L.toe ......ect. acela :
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To Home tit 5
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and o A. K. Drought hatappMed to this .
t, Everything new and first class. We tend prompt:; Oo''s"'I: : U-Ucra of Adminialratiou on the '

'satisfactory<; : 86rvice: dayor night '. ."- -...r-... eaiat County of of L..Oreolar B. William, deceased, ,, late of..aid. 'j'Per Ce Simple 1 '

t" .111..e are, therefore. '.I'o.elte and admonUh FAMILY GroceriesANC Interest. .
ONE HACVBLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT" J and singular the klndr.d and creditor of _4
l aid deemed to be and appear before thl
Phone 113 T Oonrton or-before the tub dy of May, A D.
O Kissimmee, Fla. 1911: and file and have been for struggling ,' !
objection. If any they hare !to -.-- No doubt you are, oears. ,
Ibe irrcntint: of Administration" on

........................... o aid said elaM A. ,B.othrrwlm: Drought the or came to .omo will other be ranted fit per FRESH? MEATS scheming and planning how to ,get; a home of your; own, pt( "

aon or person.wlthws my,* name a* Conntr Judge of tbe I -t -- .OUR PLAN is so simple BO easy and so fair that; you r

M' ( 7Osceola County afoieiaid this the 34ta day of April, A. Delivery Every Day at Any Hour t
D. liill' will feel like you had actually found a hon y., f x r
(Heal] Patronage Solicited *'' .
ooeo. F. Parker \ ..c'h f-
1S.5t Conaty Judge. North Kisslmnee Phone No. 8 Wnte'us sor particulars,> '
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f" -:Company- i I Ideal Summer FertilizingOranges i TAMPA 301-5- Curry- Building. FLORIDA. 1 !< '

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C. A. CARSON, President l""v. c. ,:IIaYANe SBCKETABV: ,
"More Fruit-More : ''

ai WINDOWS, DOORS :: Money" : The Waters & Carson '

\ : is the title,of our new citrus book which will fee sent free on request.It ': :

SHINGLES. LA BRICICLIME. ; is "right up-to-date" and written from a grower's view-point. : f lP. {

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; IDEAL FERTILIZERS and IDEAL METHODS!: are not new. Their t .".**. 'I

NOVE-TV, ORIt < :: value'has .been proven by years of field Work, but there always are ; rocery Company ,
... :: new points of interest to grower, which' should be conllld red.. . 'V' ; .

GENERAL BUILDING: MATERIALFree $ '- ONWARD and. .UPWARD js the I.DJJALplotto.! We put forth-sll tI ,Wholesale and Retail Dealer's In'I.: \ ", .';
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Rough and Dressed e.E .. greater. protection tae depoetlom bat.. Ibis bank bu a I

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s ,' ,- COnk-ndlll. "wrnaatlV tor the filth whlfth win oncafor . I MAY BE ,YOU,, WANT 'AdYertiaem.n. Inserted' under this at the rate
"'( all<.I.U..d101.0 the g.lnia."-Jud.:.$, fROM T".f.sT.llOUD TRIBUNE I. S 'per line .each Insertion .
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'i"I' .Do you ever have .k.vcr. or :;
: OFFJOICJUI or> rruratinwon.! ,/ 1 bad co14ae.DC. feel.... If --5-
1 . "J" 'Following a rumor\ that 'there has ; ) you aver MISCELLANEOUS 3
. ./; '. .. ; 'BUNYAN STEf NS. Pastor; v been occasional seining and Ash in Lake you were, tired and wore out* with FOR SALE .
f ,' " C. W. Clerk. C., F. BRYAN; .Treasurer. ; East Tohopekaliga arrangements have '.o destro to eat,with pat MB In yourbactcumd '
,, .\ : ., tf, DEACONS-d A., Carson, C. J. Woodall,N. C. Bryan; been completed: for the establishment. ofa ahoalders. headache, E..M.OMOBILIRun!( 8400 WADE the tuner; Orlando. ._.

3 ...+\-\7. .' 1, "/.Jj'W.. Wilder J. M.. W Uaon, Jr., Joe Jeffords.**** '. M.- I night police patrol of the lake. The and a bad taataln Tour mouth when mile; looks ike a new one and rend SEE DOWNING for bargains in real
\ A\ ;jj; Hicks A, S. Gilbert, J..M, n..ell.W. ;Jones;. authorities are determined to tireak.upthis vou, get up'Ur the mornlngT If you :better,'.,, windshield, speedometer estate, .. '20-tf
Y' . .. do you- have got Malaria' and the eight- clock, chimes horn, '
1..Atn., ,. ,', .. ,,,To- ""' vlolation.-ot- fish laws-and if ; ay ;
1" ,. :\. r. -. !'..' ..- "'" there is :any) seining attempted those mall sum ur 2S.cents w yill buy you .metal.tool-box, two extra shoes. ; one ,FOR fresh fish phone''the RuH-Bass, ;,
'- ''
;"! ;,':"" : : ' 'ORDER.9F'SER ';MAZ4-1811'; .. ;: ntnedlata relief The '.of extra
engaged (frit-will be promptly prosecuted ; uamo. \\ tube.Will sell) or trader for Market No. 189. 19-tfpET .. .
r)> ',". ., '6 .... '. '--', : to thef ull extent of the law. IMr this r.medyv! |a J "*' ."* '*" wn' pJ' perty. Address, E.. M.' E, 'H. N. BllAtTON to' drive 1'
( : MORJ; INO-1 1A. ark' "
'1/ . H. E. Hedrick, the well-known .CxthaPla. 10-tf 1 artesian wells.. 43-tf
Prelude. .. : : .
: ". Doxology: and1 Invocation.-.- '- local contractor and builder.andMn; SOMK-0Mce( propositions for colonization rOR'dressed. phone .the Roll

: tt :4' Hymn 51-"Sun of My Sou-! Mamie Summersnee Love; were mar- REMEDY'FOR purposes.." Downing Realty' Co. Bass Market; No. 189.! 19-tf
at the home of the mother. '
ried .
5 20-tf '
+ Lesson. .
'\>1.;". ...", Scripture ...: ._.- on Ohio avenue,.ThuredayApril 27th, ,CHILLS; FEVER, LaGRIPPE AND MALARIA SEASONABLE traits and vegetaWes w '

\ .. bffntQrY-"More Love to Tbee, O Christ."-Mist at 7 p.- in., by the Rev. J. B/Westfott,' "-- -.--- I AM sole agent for Marvel Flour, the at Edick & O'Brien's.lortf. jt
"1 ?' : They 'left at once for Kissimmee Tampa oiiii, vase 4r.salt -and sat , best flour made.' R. S, Floyd. 19-2t CARPENTER- and -
t1 .. jobbing : repairing,
Sermon-: and St. Petersburg. They .will re e .re.t. 'e do yoa toad.
:k _. "The Relation. 'of Fore-"kh6wledge. and turn In a few days and* take up/Their Take MO pllba. ...10..1.1' ay other .edl- IF YOU want. good milk cow, apply paper hanging. D. B. Calkins. Ad. I
.I... aavtb. toalc tli.liven It "III'ro..l.o .
Free-will. actaa* <
to J. R. erhold st., near Orange st. 17-tf
Gilbert. 19-tt
t. residence on Pennsylvania avenue and _
Invitation Me. f..l Ilk* a aw pas. Try It -
.;\ ,.,.: !. 219-"Remember The Eleventh street .: all drazavlata. sad. ooastry r r.caaat. .: MUTTON, fresh, 'r: t find Tne, at the ''
Communjpn.4Sl-"I'tiTT. .MyJUWgr, ;: -: .. If yaitrdaaWd WRITE Downing Realty Co. for *
;:; ,' : .
tap Rull Baas M 189.
.r r. ? At an interesting meeting of the Vet ... .,. information concerning Florida. -All .rket.-phone 19-tf

'j( EVENING, 7:30: -COLUMBIA":I AtiERVICE.! :, erans' Association held Saturday last Franklin Remedy' Co. '. letters answered. promptly. 20-tf WOOD per strand, $1.25;; five- strands; 1

Song-"Ye Men of God, Arise !"-By Little Girls. 1 after the opening'song, America, and .o"lIOa"III., Florida '180041 i'' " ji, j L ( i...,.. i II" L W5.75. Kissimmee.. Lumber Co. 29tfFOR
Comrade Cooley William P. I AM sole Marvel the'be8t
. Reading of Scripture Lessons : prayer by agent for Flour, --r----- --
i Luke 2:40-52, Prov. 31326. Lynch, chairman of the Post Committee .' : flour made. R. ,S.- Floyd. 19 2t, typewriting call on -Miss Imo ',
,e I ..c:. for Fourth of July Celebration suggested Morrow.-Mabette st. J) 18-tf .,
1)1 Song-By Congregation.Responsive ; that a committee of the association industries in our county; the range is KING Quality ehoe -for men .at Cash .
.. Resdmw.k and -CARPENTER JOBING and .
to assist the Post committee be very extensive, proper care andproteetion..would..cauae..allJncre. Store. l-'tf repairing.
.. .: Song-"Columbia College"-By Young Men and and Comrade* Klnney and appointed .... th.tID : Good work. See Jane, Church St. ,
: Women. Weath- a'few years would create an Independent CHOICE CITY LOTS fo7lAie i at low near Main St. 45tf.
Address. .'Vahie'of'Education"-Mrs.' Simpson. Moore Acting PoatCommander income bu sheep are like either price. See or write H. Fleming. for

1 Ji. ,' Song-"Gather iThtm "In"-Bv.Congregation. I erbee, McNew to assist. and the George committee were'appointed in- animals and require looking after But particulars. 40 tf ERNEST-L.' GREEN :SIGN PlLlntin WRITER ,'.
-Sign, Auto.Carriage 'I
Responsive 'Reading. time la for further
..... .+ Address"Why Columbia College ?"-Mr. Steph charge. my information so on near the seep and lamb business . HANNAN SHOES are high elaaa shoes. guarantee all work. Let me figure 'I
pfi Call "
and see them -H. C. Stanford with you on that job. P. O. Box
; ens. Comrade William Moore is at presentat I'll be compelled to refer you to
:r "All Hail the Power of Jesus'. Name." Company. 19-tf 139,_Kisslmmee. Fla. __ 16-tf
; '. Song- his home on Missouri avenue between Bro. Guy as he claims to be the .chief _

,.. VERYBODY: I INVITE D- Tenth and Eleventh streets. His neigh shepherd of Whittier. FOR HONEST and square deals in all ANYONE anywoere can start a mall
., r bor. Mr. Cayson.who lives eight miles REX; kinds of real) estate. call\ on of write order business. at home. No.canvaas-,," .
OTHER SERVICES OF THE WEEK. from Moore .s ranch which Is about fif- W. H. Farmer Box 822. 16-tf ing. Be your own boss. Send for free;

S ty miles from here, asked him' to come The Pioneer Plumbing Shops.We booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, ."
i Sunday-Bible School, 9:45: A. M. Preaching, 11 A. down and help) him kill the bean that THE Downing Realty Co. are offeringsome Lockport, N. Y.
M. and 7:15 P. M. were invading his pigpen, about 400 perform uniform sanitary work, real bargains in orange groves
9 E. ., Communlon-Seco"d Sunday, : regardless of the size of the job; havea IF YOU WANT .:
./ . feet square and which have killed and five and ten acre truck patches. SCREENS see Osceola.
iA 7' Monday-(after third Sunday)-Woman's Missionary many of his hogs. They hunted from uniform living price; conform strictly Write for prices. 20-tf Lumber Co They make them any f
Union. Devotion, 3 P. M. to the city ordinances. which demand < size and'kind
ft '. Tuesday till Friday morning, and while --- -- you want and make themto
!1 r ', . c Wednesday-(after first Sunday))-Woman's. Missionary S they were not fortunate enough to kill scientific plumbing/ under law and is a FOR bargains in resident property fit. Give them trial. 7-tf .:
t rt, O Union-Social to 5 P. M. the they killed forty-six. alli safeguard to the health of our people.We truck lands and orange groves call on '
1;J\\i\\ ,:,"""( i----- Thursday-Prayer Meeting. 7:15: P. M. be.n'let Cavson, who can shoot endeavor to abide by our motto, _H.: M. Breaker Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf AN Intelligent person may earn $100
sy'it "
Y. P. U. 7:30 F. M.: "["intknd: Le-.LI! e. 20-11 -monthly corresponding for newspapers.
Friday : JK -gathered ._
ltt ,_H_ a gun as good as- a"-m.n, up' SEE King Quality shoes before .buying No canvassing. Send for particulars.
the hides and.drove with them to town. "
STRANGERS* WELCOME. TO ALL SERVIC Mr. R. E. Sewell and family of Cash Store. _. 1-tf, Press :Syndicate:; B 2245,
; --- -- --- -- '
{.; t'S wmfriER.Interesting J ..eaboro, Ark., arrived In the city U. C. STANFORD CO. are agents..for Lockport, N.Y. _J_ .__ e
} II Wednesday to make Kisslmmee their the celebrated Hannan shoes "'for FOR EXCHANGE--30 acres. of land
''II; future home. Mr. Kewell had men. ,19-tl near Shebovgan Mich., for property
; wilt
1 chased his- lot and had his home in or Kissimmee. W. A. Farmer '
"--- -- --- - --- --- ---- near ,
t before arriving, a picture of which appeared FOR SALE-A good hurse. In
.. Items From Our Regular young square dealer, Kisaimmec, Fla. 19-tf
Mr. Evans' adv. in out last !
j S .in quire-of H. Morrow, Graves Hardware -
V t Corr ,ondenlMy is ue. His household. goods are now on Store 19-2t-pd- "MOXIE," our now health drink-is a {
: I. 17 Letters That Spell ProgressFor : the way and will arrive in a few days. --. - splendid spring tonic, as '
beveragt. .
budget thus. week contains only a --'- -- SEVERAL GOOD WINDMILL outfits pleasing and satisfying
tc'''' z.,, few scraps, but as mail time is near at Kissimmee. and Orlanda will play a to sell Mill. tower tank, We also see all the other popular i.,
A. '\;'. \ hand suppose\ there will be a sufficiency game of baseball on the local diamond everything complete. S.pump H. Bullock. drinks and ice' cream. Flick &
1't; / : T, Klaaunmee Written by People Convinced to fill pp the intervening space. Our tide| afternoon. 2-tf. O'Brien.
mail rider (Whidden) made a successful S
'Throuab Reading the Valley Gazette. ;
.1" .
IM'- -----
r' onslaught on the frequenters
/ IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola FOR nE rl'i q
{ J.'. i Hunter' Paradise and captured one of Lumber Co. They make them any ,

;''v. > Waterloo Iowa May 1, 1911. last winter and )has been wanting me our moat esteemed and respected ladies. site sind kind you want and make them'to DWELLINGS for .rent, apply to M. TIC ;f'

f J W. B. Harris Klssimmee, Fla. : .to go there this. fall, ham getting; interested (Mrs. Bell Brannan). Mr. Joe his Williams ; fit. Give them trial. T-tl '__!err. :\ill
the In usual - -
t.% ri: pear.Sir:_ Find money order enclosed\ in your paper and don't wantto performed ceremony GROCERIES.-We: c.rylull line ofgroceries FOR =" A.uite ':;
and unaffected The RENT tiMain
I !lr'.' for jrix months' subscription to the, Ga- be without It. You will find $1 for dignified manner. of rooms, corner c
and our stock is always
.; bride is R niece of Mr. WilliamsIt and-Oak streets >M 1m. E. DJ
zette. 'have enjoyed one year's subscription. 4 expect to
every paper
fresh. City delivery. Edick &
tl :;tr:, and I expect to become one of your future come (o Florida in November. would was a select relatives.affair,Since none being this. last present 1 r - O'Brien. 15-tf Plummer. __ J1L! "
citizens this. fall. Will locate at be to have send few except capture FOR RENT .
y :. 1',, '.." pleased you a sample number of ardent sportsmen ---r---- -Desirable 7-room cottage, s\ .
.1: .. St. Cloud. Am a mechanic. copies. of your paper to .some of my have entered a the arena and the PIT GAMES-Forty hens atl.GO each; nice shade, pretty home $15 per' "
!1' Yours respectfully, friends that I am trying to get go along that another will be two cocks. $5.00' each; two' stags, month. See Nelsons about it, over Jj .
f S. with me. I know they are interested, pects are capture Citizens Bank. .
O'4WI.1ty. effected before the close of the present $2.50 each. E. R. Qagby, Gotha, 20.tfbf".
f i t ; and } think your paper will help me to Florida! 6-tf .
i-,; ..t
campaign.The ._ .
;,,ly :'', y\ Mrs W., B. Harr, Publisher, Kissimmee get them to-go. unjust. have again been visitedby -DOWNING guarantees- --- every "statement ROOMS AND HOAun{ w | '

r ,. .), Fla.: Yours. respectfully. refreshing showers and the crops are / he makes concerning Florida 3'>. MM ;
; : dry'\ ; r Dear Sir: A. my eon. was in Florida Wm. Bi dle. in fine condition therefrom. McClel- r real estate, and backs. them with the ROOMS TO RENT--Eithw mrrjrle of, .

',,1 h land's com crop is- In the roasting ear, l hard 6ash. Write him for Informa- en suite; suitable for light houao- '11
' \ ; and those on the hammocks. in excess. of .tion. 20-tf keeping Apply tp Mrs. A. A. Simp ';1
. ,i. )j ;r la the Towns an l income, 'every farmer, every laboring any that have existed in yean past. eon. x s-tf "

,.... roan every mechanic every young Gardens fields orchards and groves 1" IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola -----=. ==:&
'i" '..I( pia make use of their banks man in this community"start. a bank teem with beauty and the grass' on the t. ; t Lumber Co. They makjrThw any Notice of Election.

K:''J, S ; :)'...i.-\;.: : \'," ,deposit their money! and paying bills account-it would mean a.better town; range Is beautiful to behold and the t V size and kind you want arta makj hem In accordance with tha law; WJ"orh mad.t
a 4 s ,rfr;: by check, you ,will find a progressive a better market -i,, faithful bovine is happy and contented.The to fit. Give them n trial. .* 7-tf, and pravMad.. It la hereby annoy' -"iated"
';" ?, ./ Get-.there" spirit which stands', for', ftWil) you join us In this work ? The Southern Colonization Co. is. that an ...I.tionIII, be held at Naro C.v + ,
\a'\ 1''t! I' 't\;the upbulldlrfg of 'that town and com- amount of your first deposit Isn't. so whirling their customers. through our FOR SALE->' Full blood Rhode Island Bpwlal Tax School! DI.tTiet[ No.' 8. OeoeouT. ? Vtr. ....
j' .
Red .
'" munity.' ,, ,. , material as the fact makiug'a .start. berg, and from information receivedam ty'.c eggs, $1 for 15, Mrs. T. C. : to determine Fla on, Monde who shall m\>th..rvu day a 01 'I'rua May_A.nuaforeeald ot 1811. ..'
and Alden tso
v .'. This is our home and -we take an active now. :- lead to believe that purchases. and cor. .Mabbette-' sts., Special 'Tax School District No. l for''t
t .f\, rv interest watching and aiding the 2O-lt. State Bank of Kissimmee. .sales are frequent 4 --- tha mill. of
material of both town and lines extend to that point, andIt District School Tax to
x prosperity
; --- -- -- postoffice ba levied for .eh of eaM two .
FOR SALE Twelve' 'and yeara.
", j6: surrounding country. We would like Old newspapers for sale at this office is supposed that Whittier and Pipe acre orange I M. I). TtBdalL K W Hill and K. Lame,,&, Inixictoni -
/a 4' to Bee every man and_ woman who has 20 cents a hundred I' Island will at some future time be : ffl.rasa. grapefruit grove about three miles J /': R. i.--Evane. Clerk. ti.
J M .. in We from Kissimmee on railroad. Will .Done order of the Board of "Public Tnatructkm. -
Merged one commonwealth.j
; .711\; .. sell at a bargain. Address W. II. 0..01. County. Florida. Ihla and day rfAtMi'it ,
, -- - have the territory, climate Soil' and May. 11I11. [sJ( .I "
} native productiveness capable of -sustaining _Arnold, Kjssimmee, Fla. 41-lf :' W. \j. /MASS, Ohatirm''rn4

ten times the number of people BEFORE investing in Florida real estate W.'J. HEAH3.\ Mup.rlntendent.. llMt

s that at present occupy the land. Plantations .. .?nr let us. show.., ou what we have. --
that have been lying idle'r for v..o.a Compare the
'.[AreYouGoingtoBuildJf years. only require a .little coaxing to prices of our lands with others, and The Only Way.,

cause them to be far above the average don't give then buy where you can do best. A
crop producing sections and the good \,7E pleasure to show our lands and no -t
sturdy commonsense truck /growers can hard if don't 20-tf Klssimmee
feelings you buy. Many Cltlzen 8 Have .
: r1w procure a competency. The live and golaclollars for -, -- - -. Discovered '
1 ,.. .... let live theory could be practically i FOR SALE-A nice home and a good it. v r.
demonstrated and instead of being dependent ""investment combined-six room jcottagfo Just what to" do when the kidneysare

j :I.:;; on the tar away markets for sixty cents but we do with bath and city water, also ; affected, is a question. that concerns -
supplies they could be found at home'possessing Iota for three more cottages; locationin both young and old *WeaR"kidneys
all the God-given purity that good residence section one block
nature has provided. No occasion for deliver valuein from.Broadway. Price $3,000. Reason neglected in childhood lead to-1, fe- '.

protective pure food laws; there would greater .for selling, to settle an estate. long Buffering. People. of advanced .

r exist within the reach of your industry Muney to loan. years. with less vitality suffer doubly: :'- ',:

1 1t food made pure by the elements which cu8tomtailored'clothes ; tt......... J. M. Willson, 3T In youth or age, languor, backache,
the Almighty with His. providential .
has created for their goodness' and FOR SAtEBe.ring'Orange' Grove urinary irregularity dizziness and nervousness ,. ,

e. l nILftliF ,M purity. _" than you'll 700 trees. 80 .acres, 14 acres. fenced, make life a burden. .

t -S : At the Drawdy mansion there la no ... hammock piftsy rnarsh and prairie There is one remedy that acts 'directly
apparent interior change! on the plan land cottage ar o>acklng house. on the kidneys. Doan's.
tation little in the of cultivation in theeaver Next year' crop 'estimated at 6,000bue. KIdney'Pill.
,- I "" :; very way get getailor' .. .. owe their werld-wide fame to'the'
... tllhIt1S 'has been accomplished. The patriarch | : Cash or terns "V ddres,
': .". = was once a farmer., but having r Owner,Box 845, Kissimmee.. F 48-tl fact that they have cured thousands. of "

5. become stockman aDexten..lve. land shop. The reason FOR SALE-163 acres. twelve ac?& cases. of .sick kidneys. and cured them '

to" The U. S. Government baa bought Neponaet owner, he baa goria back on his. raising cleared balance good piniiand with? permanently follow the example of yr % '
k "
that he mikes it.
'S Paroid Roofing since 1898-often and the few furrows clay subsoil; about. 200 bearing thilf, Kissimmee citizen. ; /
every year the a million square feet at a time- for duet ** ing up a cow-pen or a small Irish potato ; Orange cottage,trees good.barn on place.and Four other'room out- >CpBner, Muffette St.. Kisslmmee; "

t'T ' home, Alaska Panama and the Philippines patch. The old gent and his grand- on. buildings. Located five miles west Fla., sa>*: ""t feeli justified In giving tf<.

.the' coldest: as well a*. the hottest climates.: Denver farming,.are co-partners operations, in and these the extensive solemnity - of Orlando, on good clay road. 'For Doan's Kidhay* Pills my endorsement'! ,'*'rfo 1;

tr with which they "gee haw, and V.: Price & Co. price, term., etc., address Box 256 r..l know from personal experlenc' .

$ Do need stronger'proof of the wearing qualities, economy, Orlando, Fla. 19-6moa-pd that this repfesenfe
,. ,It c' yon come here; is a novelty to both horse .. remedy acts just! as ;
and: the satisfaction that NEPONSET Paroid,Roofing affords and onlooker. .Their combined efforts! . Lor feat tailor,In Ski 'world of FOR SALE,- A five-acre tract and ted. I took Doan's Kidney Pills when >; .

'r t S DO you want prpof nearer home ? We will give you.. have in'BU probability prepared for-chl. GOOD madt-io-ortUr .cl0tk three' Iota in ZephyrhiHs Colony. I was. suffering from backache and kidj .\

'f 'We will tell you where you can sere a NEPONSET ?aroid Roof:.. tivation one-half curing the present of. ground season and at Five-acre tract located H miles from ney complaint and I received great
least an acre \
See how, it looks; leant how long it has been on, and hear what if a horse ever does laugh it la when be .. depot, and good fruit land. Two lots benefit. '\ '- r wt

r the has to about it. to.the plow with one of whos immense on Tenth ave.. ftte' of/ the best. residence For .sale t
harnessed all
:, i owner say : Is organization streets in city, and one lot fur- by dealers. Price 60 eta. ;"
them behind him: The horse they use : ... ther out. Will Sell the five acres and Foster-Milburn-Co., Buffalo, N. Y:, sole K .::'
: (: :NEPON3ET PAROID 'Roofing is gentle but the parties nailed are, a three lots for. $250. if taken within agents for the United: States.' r',,,4.
of gentleness' which isamusingr Remember the
"r : combination .. produces tan the r.ext 30 days. Address! '' Box'668, name-Doan'a-and. ;?,
behold. take
i* aoU on proof not premises.Ct Our Democratic to Rooster tadpole Kissfanmee'; Fla 19.4tpdIVINTEll no.other. !'
& .cl 1-1': PAROID a.on.. for the N ".. PROSLATB ......... 'for1 plantation is.not a wonderful success; ordinary price the -' I .
I p b( : '.-oMe said eldee of b.rna et.ble.1 poultry roola and lldef of rnldaoeaa and. all build-. the rains have been sufficient to produce : IT- '
' h, 't buildlnaa tale 10 coIuc' iur&baa len piling for artistic rods and aldlnf.. only* a limited supply and his Royal v .TILLER :
I abip.ka R.auu. era. 'sheds' look Ilk*."IIra.... w mn l.k. dateFayvrlbc !-" Highness would ,be willing to -divide kind of tailoring for WANTED-Good ,second-hand water y

F "_. .&r7..lkll.P'.f"brooaer that.bosses noquire iowcoM and rpon .ETwATDU'ttOOP a.1141at ,with the chicken-loving: dominie in or- tank,.2.000 to 8,000 gallons. cheap for '
S .
and hla*' : Estate
aDder cUpboarda v '
i ass 'der to decrease.the number of mouths Real
neJIIEPO".ET ROPER..A.e. Fsr '* cash. Address Box 317, City. 19-3tpd j
,apenor III....,., r"'pPCt 10 tarred 1"lt. It. aka. la walla eTaaideocaatatt.Ka pa wit that have to be filled.'.. He's getting to which smaller"Bops r ) .... :
j. i for 4..._ cold sod dn..bl8.18. \ )|usl.bOliooalhlrd ... ... !
{ bee b..n the standard lowcost roolinl'. M' Bluebeard and the .a. "" '
be a regular increasein "WANTED Larasjtract in
i, twira'.r...... : ... ,' > > "- 1. ''' :. oL.Iand' :

'. F. W. aatI. n ZOH, Eee&- W.Ipol.. ..U-- '' . -". \.. ingdisapproval.' his progeny meets. t'-' .with;V -cotrespond-. have:to asky'.onethirdX i t. either Lake; with't.Orange' ::;; Polk transportation or Osceolacounties Realty bought and sold. :""-<'<;. 'j
: ,4t. .
; : Houses
1- ". ...,1.,>_, ";1-, co, '. '.: Messrs. Gussy| OliverRudy and Nat jT" L *: facilities';:for.cQ, enisation"purposes. rented = 10"' ": :';i,

For ,Si31e;.''By'. } ., .Bass have recently' returned front their half :' Address. Roclar, care. Valley. Gazette. Taxe.paid, and- Titles ver-- { :.. a: '
'sheep ranch.'- 'Tbeyshearedvaboahead 1800- tol: xo e :, tbo're.lKa is-tf ". i I mea; non-residents.. j.

NyT : :yroolrTheir;oft. sh/.bp aheepar" .securing: almost; ten'entirely bags of ',- > ; WANTED Refined couple or gentle Fire, 'Life:and Accident Insurance t.

jv B.1 KINS tQMP uncared for except during the shearing [ ; men; for. several nfcelytumlahedrooms :. ,

; ,,;season.:and have such wide rjpg that .z 'jt : with( J>sth: the best meals the Indemtiitr Bonds.. .. t.-t :-

;.It' U _.very difficult matter. to gather [ ; WOMEN market can afford.-Cornet: : Main and. 1 ... ,f' ''ii

S ,. .. ... . ,,themThis;. to one of,the. nio t thriving_ .$ .... r" ,. "'.... '". Pacific"",r' street.' *, 50-\1.\ . -- ."f/Il..i apatV' ". . '. .! ,

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