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: August 25, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00504
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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We ,Are ,Sleeping "V, Value ,of

Co-operation *Is Necessary.* .
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On Our 'Just '
Rights '
;: 1 ,. ' Newspaper Advertidng
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In thesedays: mpetitio.'betw..n'; cities, none may
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expect to fr iwAboee'citizens'Mo .not work together; for its ... J '. ... -

j And Not Working With That p"s.Il. td Enterprise upbuilding. 'h. time was when. cities advanced simply as a -. Newspaper Space :Can Be Utilized'in 1N Showing the

result of the success individuals Ja, but the fact that today ,
; That,Should.Mark 'the Career. Every Enter- .. all progre.elv.'citlea have'commercial or trade organizations ] V Difference Between Mail 'Order and Or'dinary''

and Busy'City., looking' out tot their' united Interests means that the city.' <. "Of '
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prising Retail Terms of Sale.
; without one 'of"these bodies 'Ia' at 'a disadvantage. Each .. .

i city'i success depends1 in great measure .upon the work of r.._ ....::_. r,1//

Mr. A. S. Nelson, president of theKlsslmmeeBoard union! there is strength."" "United w.1 I its.commercial -organization; whose welfare In turn rests The most important; question presented Ing columns. He Invariably is willing:

of Trade; spoke Borne stand; divided we fall. upon,the co-operation'given it by_the citizens at large"t. to.; our retail merchants today, to criticise"and 'advise.. the novice, and l

plain truths In the following appeal to the County Commissioners have wisely lant '. wonderful growth Its an object ,\le,8O'IwJtb which'we why do so. many people patronize mall generally he knows his business r t

the citizens of this city and county : placed a line of publication scattered are'all familiar but which many have not yet learned.. With. order houses when they can buy goods : Finally the efficacy of retail advertising (

broadcast over the whole country,Iby out much advantage of location or topography that place just as cheap here. Oq) many previous depends in large measure ,onr

having 1,000 copies. of our county papers has gone 'forward because., the great bulk of its people occasions we have printed articles calling f"keeping everlastingly at U." .The In-:

To the business men of .Kissimmee mailed free to Interested persons inthe worked together for the city. the attention of merchants to this 'constant advertiser may get results. "

and Osceola county I desire to say we West and North and It is doing its practice and have strongly urged ''our
The steady
Co-operation often mean self-sacrific. The man; who refuses i advertiser will :
sleeping; on our rights and are not work well and It is up to the.citizens people to discontinue it but it
are ,
to participate the work ''for.his city because a trade appears
working up the high standard of push of Osceola county and Kissimmee to to be indulged in today to as an [ 1
rival Is interested in it or holds office In the working body great AN ENJOYABLE! AffAIRIs
that should mark the make those people feel.that we want
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and enterprise x falls in his duty to the'cityWhere there are many such extent as it was before we began. a crusade
busy city. here after they come and this
hustling them
career of every against It.
holdbacks of
who let this narrowness and prejudice make
We have so much to assist us in every can be accomplished by united effortof them and work of the commercial organization is hampered, In the1 pdt we have confined ourselves ,Held at the. Hospitable Home of '

way to build a magnificent city here; I our citizens if they 'Will take the in discussing thir question to 'Mr. Pfmm '
of and consequently the growth of the city suffers. and' Mrs. H. M. ..
our natural advantages and resources time to enlighten these bomeseekers pointing out to those wile practice this
great that If we would all awaken the splendid opportunities that awaitall The next time you hear a man aay he will not work with of mail order One of the most delightful affairs
system patronizing
are so D
the local commercial organization because he does not like that was ever held In .Kissimmee took'''
expended -
we toil and properly
,
that ours honest
are energy! houses
to the advantages : that it Is ruinous to our local
population in the great Kiasimmee valleytilling this or that member put him down >*a a narrow and hold- place on Tu.adaJDiabt'at the handsomeand
city of 26.000
would build a merchants and a hindrance to the
great
productive'soil. Let us work back. He Is not helping your town-rather, is he hurting it. hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs..
1_ our
tin five or welfare of-our town but'w. now wishto
years
unit and, much good will come.of No stream can else above its source, and no commercial body H. !1. Pfann on Emmet street the occasion -
the Union. as a. ,
Florida is the only state in take up another phaze of the subject -
efforts. Every other town of any can be greater than the city that engenders It. being the birthday of Mrs; Pfann
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line with both our believing that the local merchant
of coast .
,With 1200 mile. ,
Don't be a holdback yourself ; be a co-operator. Work' and the twenty-eighth; anniversary of'th.
in Florida are put
transportation to New size or importance is himself to blame for a dead of
water and rail ting forth their beat efforts to locate with those who are working for Kissimmee ; don't hinder great marriage of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. !4Britton
market In the the that this
from
the Weekly
York city and best of less thanA people who come to their respectivetowns. them. Yon may be a good cjtizen iq other ways' but If you money goes belief the hostess Inviting Mr. and x" -
United State. eta distance city to mail order houses-and that -
Every that locates In don't co-operate you are a holdback a hindrance. Mrs Bratton celebrate thel: happy'
California is three family is founded the fact that mail
thousand miles. midst is worth several. hundred dollars .. Think this over, and attend the Board of Trade meeting upon occasion jointly with her as both.....nw')
our
far from the great markets as order houses 'use printers' ink most "
times as '
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occurred the date.
on same
In financial Monday night.Northerners
This part of Florida is 300 to our community a liberally, whereas the local retail mer-
we are. A number of invitations : '
) bad
aside from their added morality I b.enis t
miles south of California; we have bet- way, chant Is content to tell about his stockof sued to attend this double *' J

ter water a more healthful climate' sociability. goods in a small ad (and some never and seventy-five of Klssimmee's'tore .

can grow just is fine oranges, and much Let us all pull for a better Kissimmee : advertise their business! in a newspaper most men and women who had' known T A i

better grapefruit, and more vegetablesper a more united effort for, the up ), which they seldom) change, and these happy for years and who sure glad
be- building of the best town in the best to call them friends, responded, and en
acre than any other country Will Make consider themselves "held up" for just
in the Union. eyed one of the most pleasant even f
in the best state
rockbound coast and.un.et' county much whenever the bill is '
tween "Sunrise Ih so money mp oLthirlives.. splendid: musical':......,.
has its hinderances establishing -
golden; shore." Every place pt'uented.We' do not sy that this program. interspersed with recitations( ,

11 homeeeeker can find their lines of trade and markets FloridaAnd rule applies to all, or a majority of our was rendered and refreshments'both'
hero the weary to realize best resultB buf.all this Trade Trip to dainty andiexcellent were served. The'
local
fondly fulfilled than in merchants but It does to some,
more two the of
his wants is coming right and will soon be established couples were recipients',
any other spot on God's green foot- basis. we are sorry to state. many handsome and costly presents _-

stool. Here the sick can find health on a firm .satisfactory Much of the business. that goes to The names of Mr and Mrs. Plan
This country will make greater developments and Mr. and Mrs Bratton are known to
healthful Hon. C. A. Carson Urges Them to Include
wealth and happiness. The mall order houses could be retained by
and will furnish more glad and almost every person 'In'' this city and
can find safe and profitable investment. surprises in the next few years Kissimmee in Their Itinerary. the local dealer If'h. would devote some .county and hone are held in-greater esteem
Those seeking pleasure can enjoy more happy I I attention to explaining business details and reverence. It is the wish of
of delightful pleasant weather than any place else inthe, United(tes. that the customer does not understand.Newspaper all that they may be spared .to enjoy' d
days velop
It Is We, as citizens of Kissimmee have a The Indianapolis Trade As ts are being made in this section many more. birthdays and anniversaries.A .
be utilized advantage
can go. to
they can '
than anywhere space
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here} work to do, and must be about it, the A
delicious, great has decided to make a trip through'theeoutheaetem .during past two years. '
pleasant to pluck in showing the difference between
decidedly
and we will reap a just and happy reward -. Kentucky from the Middle STRAIGHT
... juicy orange., grapefruit tangarines, states, including great many people mail order and ordinary retail ROADs !
realizing our fondest hopes West have moved in.
by
Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, recently
and all citrus fruits fresh from the trees terms of sale. The customer knows "

v many months in ,the year, and sit down fulfilled./ look Mississippi and Florida. A committee It would afford us great pleasure to'' that the catalog house exacts cash in a Necessary Thing 'Between :Kis-, '
People are coming here to us has been appointed by the trade exten- extend to you the hospitality of the '
fresh vegetables s
with but he does not realize that
table loaded advance
to !
a
in when other countries are, over and take our measure and if it be sion division to arrange an itinerary town and to have, you become acquainted such terms make a difference In prices. simmee and SL'goud.or .

lying midwinter dormant and out of business; found wanting, they will paps on to a and to determine' the time for making ,with our place. and people.. Please Neither does he always understand I $ years the question of building a l
more healthy state of affairs where Wiir H Brown chairmanof advise !if will grant -requests tIM
between
where three and often four good payIng the trip. is you until he has learned by experiencethat straight. road city and. Peg-
people harmonize their efforts to the the This committee is Yours truly, -dlacueeed "
i.' crops can be produced per annnm;; committee.. on mail order shipments he pays horn has been by our citizens k
where eautomobiling can be enjoyed in upbuilding of their respective towns already tabulating information, and is : C. A. CARSON the freight. He overlooks the important and since St. Cloud was established the'

where where there are no calamity howler, of the opinion that the trip will,'require Chairman Trans. Com. Board of Trade.CHEMICAL the agitation has increased- tenfold,' but so
midwinter without extra wraps; fact-that when he buys from
of their
: but all shouting the praises aboutthree and it line
weeks Isllklvthat
the summer's earnings are not consumed 'catalog house he is contracting for a far no definite action'along that
owq,Florida.. the date to be selected will be "' baa been taken' by the commissioners,'
i
; to pay for winter'. fuel',-where . y':". EISGINE: "pig; In" a poke/ whereas the local

the summer rains cool the' atmosphere either.iri January or February of next dealer's stock may be examined and the although the matter is expected: to

and healthful. year.. .. .. article determined in'adVance come up at their! next meeting
and make it pure WmniERJJARBECUE merits of each
do not take advantage of The trip is planned largely for the 1] for Use of 'fire Department"Arrived of bulling. this week some parties began Circulating

Why we benefit of the manufacturers holding a petition to have the road run'aralUt.with :
these wonderful resources, exploit them Was Attended By a Large Crowdof membership in the trade association, I on Wednesday.The These points of general character > the Sugar Belt track and j

to the people enlighten the world to I of the previous trade exten- machine that will be the cause ought to figure in every retail, advertising It is understood that the plan Is meet-, tIng

our natural advantages, and see to it People.On as many have been of interest of a reduction in the insurance rates in campaign. They should of course, with the hearty endorsement of the I
to our city who de- I last six-automo sion trips regarded as be people generally. Some months ago Athe '
come by specific advertising
when people Friday morning .this city-the chemical engine-arrived supplemented
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chiefly to the jobbers of the association. I I commissioners appointed committee -. ,?'a. :
sire to locate in Florida, that they are biles, loaded with pleasijre-seekers\ left The territory to be visited here Wednesday, and at once war takenin that will create sale for specific goods to ascertain the cost of 'building .

informed positively that Florida is the I, this city for Whittier and after a delightful is regarded. containing great possi- 'I charge by Chief Porter and thoroughly I And whatever the text may be, first, such a road, and that committee report

best state in the Union, that Osceola ride of aboui. three hours, land- inspected. last and always, every statement used ed that It would cost less than it wouldto
bilities for the Indianapolis manufacturing -
road to Shake
marl the Rag
county is the best county in the state, 'ed their passengers safely at that place. market, and it is believed that I This engine can be easily handled by should be absolutely unequivocally true, school house the old place where the clay a

and that Kissimmee is the place for a There Were about twenty in the at least fifty manufacturers will make two men. although the chief will organize from every standpoint. Twenty-five road begins ** "

.Z profitable, happy home ? party, and the occasion of this wholesale tha trip. Some of the jobbers whose a company of six or eight extra years ago advertising and the truth The argument as to the good that
I
Make the new comer feel that we visitation was the big barbecue, lines make it possible for them to do good men and assign them to handle it. were apt not to harmonize. Today; would result f rotn the straightening of.

want him, and will\ treat him with which was mentioned In the last issue business ,at a distance from home Will It is equal in work and effectiveness to they are inseparable. Published'falsehoods this has road been to all repeatedly the people used of our in county these ;

every cS urtosy due a respectable cite ,, of the Gazette. be represented also and several of the three thousand gallons of water, and are not advertisements.The columns, therefore we refrain from going .!e t" 1

zen desiring; to join us in the upbuilding The excursionists found a goodly business men belonging to the association each of the two chambers will run for dealer who Is financially strong into the subject at this time believing ' ..';'

of a great commonwealth. Let every crowd assembled from/ the neighborhood have indicated a desire to.make twenty-five minutes on a full charge, enough and who has mail order competition that the commissioners are fully
with the facts and will
conversant ,,
usethey -
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man feel himself a committee of one to around Whittier. and some like the trip for pleasure, t but these chambers are so constructed to meet should follow his news best judgment in the premises. '

make everybody that they are welcome l. themselves, who had journeyed quite a While no formal schedule: has been I that they can be recharged while in paper advertising with letters and ,? I

and glad they were so fortunate distance to be present, as they knew visited it is operation, thereby making a continuous small catalogs He should use the ST. CLOIJlDCniZENS '
made of the places to be ,
as to fall amontt.lIuch' a clever lot of that this like all other entertainments flow. With this machine came all side -mails as freely as possible and encour- iJ,
expected that the following cities will ..
'I people; encourage them to cast their undertaken by the good people of Whit Nashville tools, such as axes, buckets and five age his customers to form the habit of: .
Louisville Atlanta
be included ,
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i\\ lot among us, assuring them that they tier would be worth "any amount of Macon: Savannah, Jacksonville( I': hundred feet of hose. Its weight is trading with him by mall when it is not Will Subscribe Liberally for Stock in itl

will find us, every one, ready and willing fatigue pr travel in getting there. Albany, Birmingham, Montgomery about five hundred pounds, and its cost convenient to visit his establishment in the County fair Association. '.;;

\ to give them the glad hand and a Everything possible was done to make was $375.Chief And, incidentally the local
I j' Mobile, Meridian Jackson and Mem person. .Several the business of -
) of Oae.- t
!, 'hearty welcome. the day as enjoyable as possible to the 'I Porter says that the addition of dealer who is complaining about mail men ;
phis. ola have'joined to form the Os
county
I A number of e have been here visitors and the meats, which were this engine to his department should be order competition should remember that :eY
peop
I lIon. C. A. Carson chairman of the ceola County Fair Association The :
'f' lately looking for a location for business prepa"re4'by Mr. F. J. Godwin, were the means of at once causing a reduction the local job printer has the same sort t\\-1
committee of Boardof capital stock agreed on $25,000.. This' .
people who would make desirable I barbecued to a turn and could not have transportation our 1n our insurance rates, as the fire of fight on his hands. If the local print- ..
Trade, being ever alive to the welfare it divided: into shares of the par valueof '
been excelled. .
citizens and good business men, and department is how equipped to meet shop can handie.the work at a reasonable
",, .e The people of that section are jubil- of Kiasimmee, is using his best $10. fully 'paid non-assessable.. :
cannot secure a single vacant room to the demands of the Underwriters' Association. .- price, it should have the prefer- .1'1
put litany line of business. To be sure ant over\ the prospects of the new rail- efforts to have this Trade Associationto ence. The object of the association Is to promots ;

road, which will reach Whittier in the include this city in its itinerary, as I the agricultural 1 Interest of our .
this shows a healthy condition of Dealers who will take the time to
: and In
I. fast-growing county
next few' r.ths.and a lane tract of the following; letter will show : every way ,
affairs. when no empty buildings can be FRANK VANS AGNEW study advertising methods, particular!; to cater to'th. comfort and interests of :, your
found in a city, but we need moreplaces land has already been surveyed into Kissimmee City, Fla.. Aug. 22, '11. I ; ,those employed by their successful mall Inhabitants. ftl;

of business, more business houses town lots, which we understand Mr. Will H. Brown Chairman, Indianapolis 'I order competitors will find there the A subscription list ban been forwarded -
disposed of by Mr. Elmer food Law to St. Cloud and is in the hands of '
being rapidly Indiana. Believes the New Pure a
:' should be built more offices could be best 'available text book. The very William G. King, at his office on Eleventh ;

\ rented immediately there are not'f Bass. :. Dear Sir: Dr. E. Derbyshire, recently Good Thing.F. success of those methods evidence street. For the further conveneience

nearly enough to supply the demand. of Connersville, 'Ind., but now their worth. \ of subscribers !it has been agreedto
Man found Dead Vans Agnew, at Kiasimmee, Osce- in instalments of '
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Aged accept payments -
We need more residences. We are almost of this place. has handed me a copy of Nearly line of business has its
ola county, Florida, writes: "My opinion every from 10 per cent to 26 per cent at such
'f daily1" getting calls for houses by, The dead body of J. A. Churchill, The News of August 12th containing as to the effect-th new laws will trade. paper, and nearly every trade time as called for by the board of direct X

a good class of people, and those who aged 70, was found in his tent, two an account of the proposed trip of business have upon the citrus fruit industry in paper that goes to retail dealers has tors. i

desire to locate permanently, but want miles southwest of St. Cloud on Mon men otjrour city to the South. I regard to shipping immature and artificially something to say about the importance Many of our citizens who attendedthe
day. He had apparently been'dead fbr colored f i ufts : These new laws agricultural meeting in Kissimmee Y '
), to find a place where they can stay until ' several days, as the body was badly de- notice the itinerary includes Jacksonville will undoubtedly be of vital benefit in of good newspaper advertising.: Few Tat July have signified that they would

\ they have time to select a place fort composed. Some cowboys passing near among other places. I am writingto the long run. One would just as soon it is true, have attempted to provide ,: subscribe toward such an association.

permanent homes. Those are a class his tent noticed a strong stench which request that you- will extend this doubt the fact that..honesty is, (after their readers wijh good advertising )! It is proposed'to hold a fair some time i '

of people who have. never. visited the they told of when they arrived in town. trip so as to include Tampa, and with all) the best policy. The only people copy as the American Lumberman I It in February next and it is the intentionof
4t; They were told to investigate as they who will suffer,are the people who snip the association to have. permanent
........ state, but are convinced they want. returned, which they did, with the the special request that you give us a this dishonest stuff and in the long run doing. But they are unanimous in their building of its own.

i.t.; a ... Home here, and are willing to move above result. They immediately re- day at Kissimmee.The the/, too, will be gainers, for the reputation indorsement of newspaper apace as the Anything that will encourage compe*

? here and purchase a home after they: turned to'town and told of'the .ghastly citrts-frpit groves of the state of Flonda citrus fruit baa been beat paying publicity obtainable by the tition in the cultivation of fruits) and < i

eh' have. located their families. Men who sight looked that into met the tent.their eyes. when they and' in fact most of$h.distinctive Flor- going fall down la p.t.eadIlYf It with is only a corresponding the shortsighted retailer Their advice: on this point Is vegetables in our and county the raI.lnttof should be improved'stock encouraged -" '' '

'are loyal and interested in building up Justice of the Peace B. F.;,Rills at Ida produetl lie south of Jacksonville.If and hand-to-mouth' grower of good. ahd our "Old Boys" of St. CJoud t

our town and country should assist in once: secured a jury and went to the you fail,to'see these,, groves, you can citrus fruit who shipped, green faked Another invaluable source of advice should be able to make a good showing a '

every way.possible by joining and""at scene and held an.. Inquest. They reported not understand one 6f Florida' chief staff who is hurt and the sooner such and help I Is the local newspaper: editor.H. at the next meetingSt.
/ !b.. Board of. Trade 5r death due to natural causes. attJ..ebona. Kiasimmee is the AtlanticCoast practices are knocked on the head,,the Is In ,
tending some interested .
: Papers found Indicate deceased had a on better it will be for the profitable permanence keenly helping hipatrons. une.The County Fair will be held at Kisalmmee -

: .ir "t commercial dab organization thatorltl sister by the- na.e .of' Louise. ash- ; Line. Railroad; between of the'Citrus fruit industry.New .'-' .. .His business'depends on.the during,the month oP.Uary.o.-, ,

:: ft': to'U) oomrpon good of their city .Ia burn, at 'Solsynl.t N., Y. _. Jacksonville and Tampa. Immense d. York Parker. pulling:! power: of his paper's. advertisV EpttoaJ ,.. ,Q "

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I court. of the United States. and 1826 In 1850 was _passed the act at least to the people of the community OFFICE RIC810RNf"R: I'PONR7'PON"\ FLO5/DA.

-- In the report of the /$:ase'f the State of Congress giving to the' states the in which: it Is located and consequently .. .' .

vs. Garbing, *decided July'14th, 1908, In swamp and overflowed lands. In 1883 that such waters may be regarded aM THOMASON. loll'i ;IV

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t Court says: "The navigable waters in these lands, under that act. But prior>> ordinary conditions to numerous ripar

I[the state and, the lands under such thereto, in 1862 a resurvey' was made ian owners if not to the general public -PHYSIC lA.N and SURGEON ..

I waters including, >the shore or lands I and four additional lots were added to for the purposes of navigation fishing:, j.'

between ordinary high and low water I" ec. 27 and one to sec. 26. This survey bathing and other lawful uses so Office Phones 74 and 3. Residencel2S_ .J

marks, are the property of the states wars!! made at the request of the Survey* that the title to the bed 'of 'the lake ---'R; :- -', _..1 7 .t-
S.'V. W1KNKNJBAVETERINARIAN!; .
.
or'the people of the stately in their :i'or General. On a contest to purchaEe vests tn the state in trust for al Th to ,
,.
united or soverlgn. capacity, and are the additional lots, .they were awarded people in the state. / ..

I held not for the purposes of sale or con- to the holders of the original titl s. "The products of the communi maybe STOCK TREATED FOR r,.

version into other values or reduction Later an attempt was about to be made transported upon the waters" so Al.L DISEASES 41
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into several or individual ownership, to purchase these lands from the Trust. desired, and the waters are admittedlyof Day Phone 2J>7 '
THE CAMERON & BARKLEY CO, TAMPA, ;FLA.r | but for use of all the people of the' ees of the Internal Improvement Fund considerable area and useful for !Nillht Phonu lag,: ORLANDO FZA.I! ";

r State Agents. I states respectively for the purposes of and Mabray brought this suit, .as the general navigation in small boats con- -- --- -' -- -- .

r I navigation commerce, fishing and other successor in title to tie original lots 2 taining persons engaged in pursuits J t\K. N. L. BRYAN ;)

# A.low-priced but reliable outfit for wells in which water stands more than I useful purposes afforded by the waters and 5, against them, asking that Brow- either of business or pleasure. Whetherthe I
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SO feet below the surface. DENTIST
e'1 in common }o and! for the people of the ard and others as such trustees be en- lake has been used for commercial
'WE OARwV IN "T CK' I
Oasollae E.ul"c, from 1 H. P. to Ho H. P. Pump. from one Inch; to eight l.th. I states. \q Joined from selling these lands and that purposes or not is immaterial, if it may Squires Building "
.' Pipe Valve and UttlBu Aay Size. "A state may make limited dispos- i the patent from the U. S. to the state bel used for any considerable navigationor New .York Avenue '

jtion of portions of such lands or the in 1883 be cancelled as a cloud upon his commercial intercourse between the ST. CUL'D FLpRl&A.Qil. 'y
'
y Wears sow P""CII -- I I.T F= A V S use thereof in the interest of the pub- i title. He also alleged that at the time people of a large;: area. The fact that 'I''

lic welfare, where the rights of the of the survey in 1824 lake Jackson was tne lake goes dry is unimportant if in J. W.. SIMPSON' :
t TI32r: : : ::: CAMIr2ZON: ::: dt t3A1: :KLIrY: CO.ll l'
whole people of the state as to naviga- not and never had been a navigable ordinary state it is in fact navigable./

Tamper Florida.i tion and other uses of the water are body of water. That at the time of the "Tne Trustees of the Internal Im- DENTIST.

: not materially impair.-(. survey the land fronted and borderedon provemeht Fund who have the disposal | Upstairs In Katz liuildlDi 4 ,

i -. -" -- -S. ... I "The state cannot abdicate general the lake and was bought and sold of the swamp and overflowed I lands OFFICE HOURS : I f \\I *, 1\1., to 12 m.r *

control over such lands and the waters with reference, to its frontage on the of the state have no authority to convey r |1:30: u .).TOp. m. '
1ptiOtS000tIOE70tNOt OtaOtNOfXkSCIp10tTORYOINyYSNOtIGLYOISitNaG Telephone No. 70 Jun 6, tvr.I '
:i ther..on. since such abdication would be lake as shown by the meander Ihereof., I the title to lands under na\ifrabli ---------- ;

A. CAIISQN.President.. J. A. CRANKORD. 3. L. LUPFER. | inconsistent with the implied legal duty lie also claimed that the patents out of waters that properly belong to_the sovereignty I 1 l I.) U. W. W. l'AHSONDENTIST
V'I'rHlilrnt.
Secretary Ibf I! the states to preserve and control the U. S. gave title .to the middle of of the state I

such lands and the waters thereon and the lake in fee simple. On the same day a similar opinionwas : J

I the use of them for the public good. After pleadings l by both parties an handed down in the case of Krow- '
Utica" over ( "I"- .It."dry' Store
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO I The rights of the people in the navigable agreed: statement of facts was submitted ard vs. Sledge; as to the rights to the Ollico llouis: s 1 15, 1 I 5 r

; J\ water nd the lands thereunder, to the Judge of the Circuit Courtas land under lake Microsukie. With this |I .-Hfliciplume, l.r>hKt'idcnrc

t ti I including the shores ur space between Chancellor. That at the time( of the addition: "Conclusions of law .drawn'' :2HDEKUYSIIIKK :I ";
.
c ,f '>i'Jinary high and low water marks, in survey the lake was a natural body of from the facts of a case are not aMV<.t- I .

.1' ., Rough and Dressed the state are designated for the public i| water of irregular shape. That "at eti 1 by"an agreement made by th,- parties I l.4 ) : M. I D. ,
I J ,
welfare, and the state may regulate such | mean water the lake will not averageover I __

rights and th --u8f'!< of the waters and two feet in depth except ina ) Orange Preserves. Special attention given to thfltreatment

PINE LUMBER .1 I the lands thereunder for the benefit of few basins, four or t fIve in number / Mrs. L. W. Bates Jr., of Liaitow of Women and

the whole people of the state as circumstances scattered over the.lake at irregular in- Fla., has recommended the following Children. .r

4 > may demand. tervals and separated by long reaches recipe for orange preserves: rtI_
1 ( I Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE
To dozen live
_ "For the purposes aiding naviga- i| of shallow water. The water except every one oranges use 24-lm08I:
__ pounds of sugar. Add enough waterto ,
g r tion or. commerce or of encouragingnew !i in the basins is thick with water oranges to make four quart of wit '

HOUSE TILLS A SPECIALTY J industries and the development of grasses; and the cattle from the adjoining ter and oranges together. Heat oranges r. A. VANS AGNEW .... B. THAWFOBO7ANS
,
__ natural or artificial resources, the state I plantations graze all over it and water to a boil, then add 1 \ AGNEW; & CRAWFORDATTORNKYSATLAW .
( sugar and cook until tender generally
limited and from hoof to In several
10tsOgOt10ti4xNOtNOtNOgOfNOtNOt10tNOt1010tfOriONdOOt10tOry tOt may grant reasonable I belly deep. about two hours.
rights and places there fords the main
privileges to individuals to are across ---- -- -----""'" f'
J. \I Itr erect: wharves, etc., over shallow I body and broadest portions of the lake Notice of Application for Tax Deed Offl.iw4: ; .-..fi Citizen IU.uk llulldlngKisHimmee

I I waters to reach navigable portions of I which,are used at all seasons by persons ,Under Section 54'arld 575 Florida ;

the waters or to fill in shallow waters I going back and forth. The lake can General Statutes of the State. of -.__ t(

l adjacent to Viavigable waters and to I only be navigated at ordinary stage Florida. I. I MOON II.l l>. OBIOIB '

erect structures thereon for the purpose with flat bottomed boats drawing from Notice I. hereby (tl ven that J. "V 1 h iTii't-.i.,| GEIGEli/'
purchnMir, Tax erllflcate, No. ]., dslwl.tii. MOON & .
n'' LET US DO YOURVULCANIZING of commerce incidental to naviga- I three to six inches of water except in day of July, A. l>. IIOh"o! tllixi xnlil perms al. :
tion on the waters but such privileges the basins. The only navigation is in tu my' offl(* Mud hex made apuljomloii r..r'l laxLU' ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW) &. .
"xi to IMHIIC to ct'ordanre with lnw.
should not unreasonably impair the i fishing or shooting water fowl. That Said eertlflcato tiiihracliiK the 'following ').. I :

1 rights of the whole people of the statein there are sinks or outlets through U.eepln Bribed.I lauiln Htai,.lyintf of: .... :rt.t: lnir to-w in lb theCOuuty'of)Beg,'lic.orKI.Hk : I Office State Hank Building *.
KiSHimmee. Florida
the of the which the water CC. latrlck'n Addition to Kl"1iiiinci-
use waters or the lands escapes at times lenv- .
City* runs a 'IK Io.1. ft I, w 1aft. n t ii' II Ift' . 1. '
I We have a first-class: plant with expert work- thereunder for the purposes implied by ling j the bed except in the basins entire lee ft. Halil I lot talnK. aa'uel: of, tlK-ilnti- ':'heimtuaticfof KR1HBS *
.8F.
each certificate in the lIa..c./ :Mr. .
men in charge. All work ''guaranteed and turned law. ( ly dry, and at such times persons can J. N. is. Rainaey.I'nleM '

"The title to lands under navigable walk dry shod l over the whole bed of ecrtifli'ato shell IM* re.l.H-ino.l areordlnK ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ;
within 24 hours from /,
i' out receipt.. Price reasonable. I to law, Tax 1 I>oed will IMMUO thereon uu '
.* waters, including the shore or space the) lake. During ordinary low water : Uielaidayol "'Heplombcr.A I'. l''ll. \
.
Full line of Tires,, Tubes, Patches and Automobile' \\Itnna my band and offlclal seal at Klanlin. Room 12 - Second Floor 4\
Ati between prdinary high and low watermarks the I lake recedes to such an extent 'that men Clay this 27ih day of July. A. D. 1'UI.AUTJIUR . State' Bank Building

.* Supplies.' __ is held by the state by virtue fIts corn is planted and grown on the tote Clerk Clrcjill ('olt.f&-o..eula| E. DOS l County KG: AN.Fln.. ,' :

i ,, >' ) .j'' ', sovereignty in trust for the people'of tom lands'constltutinjt a part of the bed Dr Mrfci: M. JOHNSTON! 0.. C, '"rioBERT.G: : '
'
: : *. the state of the lake to considerable distance j, JOHNSTON. .,
J." for navigation and other .a .
J. V lATTORNEY ....
San Juan Garage Co. Notice of Adroinistratof.In ) . . .:
useful purposes afforded the waters from the. shore. The principal and almost -
Court of th. County Judge,State of Florida
over such lands and the Trustees of only use the waters of the lake In ra Kxlale of (atherlou A Hlurtcvant. Deerseedeola : AT LAW '
Orlando Fla.
} ,the Internal Improvement fund of the I are put to is for the grazing of cattle Nail.... IH hereby County Klvi>n. lo all w Imirt. U mayronpern .
and that on the l"tli dav of I>"N'onl'r A
state fowling and The coniliitions -
are not authorized to the nshing.
convey .. !
1/ 1911. I almll apply| | to the HoMornMc' t. i ru 1 KISSIMEEE, FLORIDA
1r title to lands of this character. stated have been the same as far Porker, Judge of s"I.1 Court ax .Jtl" l>ate. for llnul dimhiiTgi. A'liMinlMtrnloroftbo ,
my "K
i "The protraction of the lines of sur- back as the oldest inhabitant familiar Eotste with the .1. .".llh,1 at tin ,sm'lm'-1 I I will |.r e'M-itt, I I.at ( ''u..II"r| Ju".1 the
vey over the bed of a navigable river locality reaches. my final,) HrfoiititK aa AdinlnltrHtor 01 sai'l I l.irnU.. K It t umm. (minimi''oUR -
- and the. issue of a patent therefor do The chancellor held that the patents l'g'.i', <) ask for their: I'l'r June I 'i, A. U I'll I l
not change the character of the i title conveyed title to the middle of the lake, I.N.. li. C.U(-OM. \ I JASSEY &. WARLOW i'.ATTOHNEYI

I ......................... I by which the lands under the river are and that the patent to the state is a !'l-oiCf* a tn-<(tin. .'o'''nu olsl' 'rat or : AND: COI'NSKLLOSAJ '

held by the state. I cloud upon the title to the land between Application for Final Discharge.In ; --
: LAW TPymlii
t C Z EMIL MACH ERNEST.MACH "A issued the United I the meander line and the middle of the ..
patent by Court of the (ounty Judge" "tat1 *it Honda.OtMiexjla. .1O all the Courta of Ihetat. and of
I AgtIStaadard Oil C. I States: purporting to convey swamp I lake. An appeal was taken,. Chief dos J.Nonce. ; rttutl Coimiilnnion.. Stall and IIHO| twl.ie (h.'l I lorkla RaIl- *i
the
2 A.aa: : :IBI OS. : and overflowed lands under the act of Justice WTiitfieldprepared opinion [Is hereby given. to all whom It may concern I (jOmminamn iteral. Conner"T*
I that the loth *
day of A I
on January. ) l'2.
1850 covering lands under the navIgable I of the Supreme Court in which all the L t'.Uot' r to th. Ijororable Geo. 1' I'ark.r.: 11-11 CllAHl KHTON BI.IH., ORLANDO FLA. '
I saW Court, aa Judge!: of Pruluitv. fur I 'i4 171l >
other a
concurred. The
of the Judges case was
waters state, does not effect
.1 final dlacharire HA .admlnlHtrator lb. iwtate ot --
Feed and Sale Stable
,.. Z Livery, 2 the title held by the state under navigable reversed. After reviewing the originof Tim. Baaa. d...'.....d. and that at the Maine lime I
will final .. ,
present my accuunta admintHtrator lOll
)' waters by virtue of the soverignty -I tl.e! title by which the states in their Bald estate. and oak for their approval "

t a : Agt. International Harvesting Co.:| of the state."Swamp i' sovereign capacity hold title to the Dated July OSCAR 7th. A. D BASS.> 1"1 11.Sr Adminixtralor.- The Elite Realty Parlor

i [ beds of all waters within their .....spec.tive' 2"-1 mo-fi", .,.i
.A.LL KIND:::: 3 I IrAVY:: ::8.A.1q'x.t-W': :: 0: : lands as distinguished from I -- ._- - - -'- ,--- Uakevlew. Cottage Su Kluaimmx
borders that
were navigable not
overflowed lands are such as require! I Notice of Administrator.

') 1 Everything new and first class. We render prompt and drainage to dispose of needless water for purposes of disposition to individual !n Court of County .Inde.' ( state lit Klnrlcla. hIre Not quantity but quality and
ownership but in trust for all the Bsttite: of Stella 0.'t( right D'.cen.I.O..c. prices. Ask about them.
t service people .
satisfactory day night.
or or moisture on or in the lands in orderto ol. COunt .
make them fit for successful cultiva- of the states respectively, he says: Notice 11 hereby ifi Mil ulioui II' nmyrtMiCfrti. I --'1 -KOK SAl K-
S I r.ld.j' ::
QNE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT that on the of Jnn t\ry. A. It
i tion. Overflowed lands are those that I "The rights of the people of the 191!. 1 Html I present my Hiniunl urooimtk HH .Ail 5 beautiful cottages; 1 2-story
Klsllnimcc I TiiinlKtrftior' the ,*4iitc( bf ale lox I, Wright. ., house faces; two streets; 1 (',
waters .room
states in the and the
2 Fla. Phone 113 Z'A are covered by non-navigable waters or navigable decfHHtMl', to the Huiioritl'.B ; tract
I lands thereunder including the Shore Judge 01 said Court *.. Judge of( Prubntf sill l ;
are subject to such periodical or fre- j . 1 3 -acre farm, house barn.
.................... ...... quent overflows of water, not including ;1! or space between ordinary high and low H. for; their Hl.f.A.>l'roliuteil.July D.\ !\' 1. orange. grove cattle and hogs.H-acre

I water marks, relate to navigation, A. E. pltoriilll! .
lands between and
low
high water .
t.Iam-.Inte'pd
) ---- -_ .. Ad ID till-Ira'tor.Guardian's Box (;iOo.JENKINS. 1
-, marks of navigable streams or bodies commerce, flushing b'atbing and other

of water, as to require drainage or levees -: easements allowed by law. Notice.In ..
Court of( ounty Judge. HUt wf Florid)' < In .
or embankments to keep out the i "The trust in which the title to lands re KHlnte I of Olivliitttla!; havnyf, Minor, .K t

water and thereby render the lands; under the navigable waters is held is cool Rodeo County i I.' hereby given lo all chum iI may :

suitable for successful cultivation." I| governmental in its nature and cannot concern, that it. p 9. SHVHKC, a gonrdUm of ou) &
H. STANFORD COMPANY I vine Zel). havHire', minor will, on the flit lny VVOODIIAM
r In the foregoing case the defendant be wholly alienated by the States. of He|ieiubcr. A. D. It'll, apply tit oho llonnrn
Ole boo K. Parker ::
County Jiifluu In put! for
l \ claimed the exclusive right to.stake ofT t "Capacity for navigation not usage sold! County at Inn ottlee in KlNHiinniw < Ity, in
and we rk a natural oyster bed in front said County' at tit'( o'qloc-k n. in., or HH boon
h Carrlea a... Complete a Line of for that purpose determines the navi- thereafter i ae ihfe matter can IH hiyifl. for nnIhoriti : -
I of his lands. j I gable cahractar of waters with refer- ti> bell _l 1>11 bile or rtvHle BHItli. foi,
j I lining described real vNinu' *. In s.III'oullly. '
DRY GOODS, NOTIONSFURNISHINGS In the case of the H P. I. & S. vs. ence to the ownership and uses, of the V>-witI : Surveyingand
>it (M1)) Five 01 Blwk <"<) of
Twenty ) 'itin-tonth
I W. R. I. &. S. 48th!: Florida page 643 land covered by" water. Grants and Florida ftallromJ' Addition to KlHsimnn, i- ('It)',

decided Feb. 2nd 1909. the Court said: conveyances of land bordering on navigable O4ceola Count, Flu,it)...
\\ hicti Mpptlt'ftttoii will 1 I.n tmHutl uMn| the petition Drafting
} "The1' rights of a riparian owner to the waters carry title in general to fur nut'h nae) now on lion In bald Court .
Dated A I D. ]" .
Ut46t
' SHOES and CLOTHING use o'f navigable waters and the lands I ordinary high water mark when a valid August JA U B. SA\ A.It, 'ii'inlittn.' -

thereunder Including the shore is only 1, contrary intent.does not appear. )
Notice of Master's Sale. I 'nKISSIMMEE
.. concurrent with that of other inhabitants i OFFICE: IN FRATERNITY HALL*
"Those who own land extending to
.. caa bo found in Millard Florida Notice in hereby given thai under and I by vir I "
and of the state, and must be tx.tr-\ ordinary high water mark of navigable tue o. a Ftiml Deirea uf ForecluHiire) Intttimt out '
calla tliaaa
of and under the of ( .
heal the trrutt
Court of
cised subject to the rights of others. waters are riparian holders who by implication the HevoiMh Judit ial. Circuit of the state of .Klor FLA ,

t r I If AS CHl AP AS ANY In the case of Broward et al, vs.- Ma- of law, and m addition to the Ida ting In In and a certain for Oaeeola cann Count therein: lu hannery pending, ail Hit ... (,

bray I S8th, Florida page 398, decided rights of navigation commerce, fishing, wh eluW.It. Max lioehnfng Complaiiiaut t ..1.
|
t .ndl
K. Mlos and Joel F+4.4'
HQUSE IN AMERICA H..b..rll" F'I -++++'H t 4
Nov. 10th, 1909, covers a* extreme a boating, etc. com/non to the public, pon the uuderelgued. nM Special. II..wr p
r '" Chancery, .,ill Nil at public outcry during
i 4 : case as can well be imagined. It was have in general certain special rights the l.ftal hours of sale before the Court House li
tafcen up from Leon county. To. comprehend in the use of waters opposite their holdIngs door In tbe City of KUalmmea I : in .a/d OitoaoU RAYSTONE""
... CouG4Y,00 Monday,the 2nd day uf tXrlober?;-A..
the decision it JI_necessary to. among them being the right of D Wll, the Ttfwel oalled Hhe "Juanlim/1 being
-- .......
wh oi- of
astern .er
a grot* tonnage 01'oRy"eo
know of the of from the water to the riparien!
something history the access ton sad a net tonnage of .

t . .. H. C. STANFORD COMPANYKissimniee 'ease.' -IT appears by the U; S survey in I land and perhaps other easements allowed Term ton of..!., cmnh.AiiTUUR. twenty.seven t t OPEN- AU-fir- \ ;:

1824-the "sections. bordering OH Lake I> by law. K. DON KUAN; 2.50 to 3.60 per day:

;y ... Florida' :Jackson Vjw made fractional sections I I when the sovereign grants or cons VANS. AGNEW Special A CRAWFORD MAHUnrlniCbanoery." f Special by'week 'w:1'\:1'': I,..

. old the llne of,the lake where the frac-j' veys the-titls to land under navigable Solicitors ford compl.11IaoL f
-' < I Dttted this l7Ui uar of April,A. !>..lull, Kl.Himm N. W. tHUIII'.. PI\!\ LA
; 1 Ub+I ieetlon.,border It was m.ardek"' waUrssuch title passes subject to the. .-J1a. )II) 'ittt>4t ::1 t:
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.' I': ..' I ST. CLOUD John i Milton'Bryan: c.
.
t The: BULL
! BASS MARKET-
; -
I ;
'. The, ranks of 'the old regime Flor-" '

ida politic ''were never more conspicuously -

Watch RejltyActivity! .ITEMS. Of'INURfST CLIPPED J desclmated than bythe, death of Bearden Building' One Block frcrtn Depot ,

FROM.THE ST..CLOUD TRIBUNE: Hon. 'J.. Milton; Irfan.-The Floridian.
Fresh Florida
.
--- of all kldsand
: o I .
! \ .,.. S, .'.'- ;. .1 ,. 'P.l'L. Tremper.wif and daughter: John Milton Bryan, father\ Senator Western. MEATS' ..,'. .JII. ..11IPQUL -,. ,

Katherine and aon' William, and thelatter's I N.P. Bryan; died at his home at Dania -

wife, returned lat evening I Monday morning:': Aug.:, 14. He was a TRY. EGGS:
FRESH 'FISH r, ;
well known citizen of tb4l'.tate. and atone
from Hillsdale, Mich., and ire at,1pelr i '
home California and Twelfth' time wa a member of the Florida .I Special Attention' loPhone'
avenue ; Orders
,It u a good pU to" watch the'realty market carefully; keep Im street I' Ie g aUtur*.-Crytal River News; and,Free

close. touch with what u going oa ii improved property;bwrIMM --.. I 1Jelillery, to any part ol.t'JJ.e"Ct'Y.. .. ; .- ,<_ ,"Tone. 189 .'

location, racant vesidence and-acreage---lor. money is The Christian Endeavor Society of, John .M, Bryan died atf his home in

the Presbyterian church '''held lc Dade county August 15. He the
being made every day in real estate,' an.- was
cream social at O. A R. haliTueday; father of two of Florida's brilliant c. A. CARSON, PJeatcteD': .
.
The mot desirable 1>>I property that is for tale can be located to bet 11.C.liavAN, BEORETABT: : ,
and lived hon-
from 4 to 9 p. m. Impromptu musical young men, to see them
advantfc by''consuhinfb, .*. We hare the index to the realty number wererendered by several local ored with high positions United State

situation and will bring to yon for your consideration, the''factsregardiag artist, and a royal good time was had Senators Nathan 1' and William J. The Waters & Carson

.... many piece or property that are 'for tale Lat are by alL 'The cum of $24 was taken in. Bryan.:-Tavare* Herald;

The affair wa in charge of the social fl
neverplacarded with "For Sale" ii is. /
committee, Mr*. I, N. Glffln, chairman. Hon. John Milton Bryan died at his '
It matter not whether yon want to acquire realty at an invest home< in Dade county on August 14th. Grocery Company:

meat or for ate U your own home or (for your business, we Paul A. Thompson who recently The deceased was for many years one .

have the property and will tell it at the very lowest prices came from Cheraw S. C., has l leased ; of.the most prominent men in the state -Wholesale and Retail Dealers In-

prices obtainable and is operating the sawmill at Kiseim-, and his death brings sorrow to thousands 0

I mee Park on Lake Tohopekaliga. Mr. of friends. He was the only mann .

-- -- Thompson spent tbe week end at the the history of the United States to GROCERIES

New St.: Cloud' Hotel with J. Starr-'An- have enjoyed the distinction of having

derson, the latter accompanying him two of his sons go to the United State .

No. 426-Orange Grove and Farm.-We have'60 acres back to camp where an enjoyable out. Senate He was the father of the late 'LWE V

t of splendid land two mile from the Kissimmee depot* 20 ng was had. > Senator William James Bryan and of SELL WE BUY

acres of which is in cultivation including a seven-acre I Senator Nathan P. Bryan, now serving .
A letter from Capt. Moses Folsom, his first term in the Senate.-Stark e .
orange and grapefruit grove, balance of land mostly cleared !" I HAY : #
of the National Tribune staff, who is at Telegraph. i- HIDES ,a
ready for the plow;. new nine-room house and basement; present in Washington, states that the GRAIN

large new barn; four-inch w-ell 300 feet deep, close to weather" there is hotter than stt:. Hon. J. M. Bryan died at his home. .' FURS e
FERTILIZERS
house. This will make one of the very best homes for the cloud, and that he envies us our nice, Uania, Dade county Aug. 14. He win WOOL'

cool climate. Capt. Folsom is now in one of the early settlers of this section. SHINGLES
man of means that can be obtained in this section of thecountry "
Rochester attending.the national encampment J He lived on the farm now owned by AND
as it would require to"'grow the magnificent BOXES x
many years ORANGE
after which we hope soon Mr. Clifford. He was not only a leaderin

grove/!! alone. You can have air the advantages oft to see him back with us. N a( :airll here, but was respected by ORANGE WRAPS .ALL- 1

excellent school and churches, which can be reached by everybody He was born in Hamilton

r' good hard road. Price and terms to interested parties. On .Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock county in 1338, and was in the Seminole VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY '

about forty-five of St. Cloud's public- War and' in the Confederate: army.

No-427.-Two very desirable residence lots locatedon spirited men met at the St. Cloud After this war, he married Mis Louisa CRATE NAILS PRODUCE y,

f splendid residency! street; j just the place to build a nice school grounds with grubbing hoes Norton, of Putman county, and moved ''\..

home that will increase in value rapidly, close to church and axes, shovels and rakea, and began the here. He leaves a wife and seven chil- We sell field and garden seed of all kinds.

work of clearing away the weeds and dren. United States,, Senator N. P. rt
___ school. We give special attention to fitting out and r' ,*
n brush and beautifying ,the.. gronnds. Bryan is one of ,his' children.-Euslis hunting camping

No. 428.Small orange and grapefruit grove consisting At noon some of the good women Lake Region: - -, parties..- - +* .
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, of 5j acres; 275 bearing trees seven-room house, good brought well-filled baskets and spreada Free delfveryln cfty-ltmits. Phone No.. l2._ __ __

barn and well 298 feet deep. Located inside city limits fine dinner in the school building Hon.Bryah J. Milton Bryan, father of Senator i We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask" "us for circular "
I died Monday at Dania, and
after which the returned to their '
in fine section, beautiful view of lake excellent breezes men his body passed through here Tuesdayfor and prices on fertilizers. .* '
work, and by night; had made a fine
from off the lake, delightful place for a home, convenient showing. Jacksonville.. Mr. Bryan resided at

r', to school and churches in fact you can have all advantagesof Kissimmee many years before his

: the city, and enjoy not being crowded. Mayor and Mrs. H. D. Colvin and Mr. death. He served his state in several NOTICE

1 and Mrs. F. E. Caldwell visited Mrs. 1 high official positions and was honoredand ..
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No. 429.-LiPse lot on which is located one seven- Mary L. Boyer on section 23, two and respected by all who knew him. Notice I I. herebyglven that the following described. lands mean thereof as wnlbe. +,

room and one th"'f e-room house. Large house .lighted one-half miles south of town Tuesday Although well advanced in years he was uece.nary to p.' the amount due for taxer herein set opposite loob-: nametogether. wltb o0.6
01Joh .ale.nd advertl.ing will be sold at publlo suction 00 th.fourtb d., 01 September,A., '
electricityhas toilet and kitchen 'sink, small house Mrs. Boyer is 981.2 years of age. and still active and the' state has lost an D. 1111. In, front of the City "all door .. Klulmmee; Count of OeeaoIa.IUaWl of Florida. !\ l '
lives alone her thirty acres. She is 'honored and useful citizen.-New
Eith has sink and toilet. We will 1 sell this as a whole, or on "" '1 t'Y
and welcomes Smyrna Breeze. '3"
sprightly for her age, always
This is well.located Will 10 I =
property pay per- her friends. She came here 'ii ,

t" cent on investment if rented. Price for!: both houses eighteen months ago from Leon, Deca- John Milton Bryan, who has gone to OWNER DESCRIPTION. 0. LAND. = !:I ..N e I

$2,000. I tur county, Iowa. Her son, C. L. his rest leaves behind him a record of
Goodrich, has one of the finest housesin which those who loved him have reason
No. 4 Four-room new bungalow located on a' lot I town, on Maryland avenue. to feel proud. Born in Florida when Rose Addltiou. "

147i x 295 feet, twenty-eight; orangelKibee: grapefruit and the state wan a wilderness, he spent a N F FB.M.lk+wt . : :::'::::Lot.All block.t,a nab l 2k,6tro.k? and V. .8...:::::::::::::::::::' 94 { fJ 8N

-ISfnas' A number ot prominent young busi- long and useful life here, loved bv his N F Bee' . .. .. . Lowlalld2blo"kl0. . . .... ........... .... .66 101
one tangerine tree in bearing: streets on three NP'Ban .' . . .AU.oIR'loblockl1.,. .. .............. .... 47 9'J
ness men of St. Cloud met on Tuesday intimates .and respected by the whole N II' Baal .... .. .... Low 2.nd II, bloolr. 14.... ........ ...... ...... I'J 107 .,.
sides, olenty of room for three more houses to be built on home N-FBsst.. .. : .. .. ...... ..Allotblak15 .... ... . ....'... ..... ...... n 1.111P..o. t w
night last at the of T. C. Roberts state. Mr. Bryan's childhood was / :
lot, all 'of which can be rented to good advantage.: Price Mrweir6 eubdl.l.lon or; lot 15; P.yn.-a .
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'J Ohio for the of that him .
on avenue, purpose, or- among surroundings deprived OIddlUo"aodWa&en '-. -,
$1600, terms.on half if desired. ganizing a social club the object of of the educational advantage that are !\ ..,..... ..:,...... ..Lot 20. block A..C.- ,.,,......w.a.... 1 eo .2. .. a aA
. 'the the men' E DrouahL' addltloo: ;/ t.: ': ...,.k..' i .'.r;;' ..: .
/ which will be prescribed by bylaws to now l in reach of of : .
I, No. 451.-The O''Berry'Edgewater, : corjsistmof a ... young Rii II.Y.1ffI .... ..;,...'(;.. .,.,...; 0. ..d.Md. ; -r.'. :,7,.i. t 8810 ll .
bMlraf'ted by a committee appoillted'atthe Florida. Time as well as place joined Mr.N: F 8....,...'.f'..,. ...........;.,..Loa6.od0blockF..t./j4.a., ,....,yntJltt \10.eo '+.. .11HB8.v.0eo.0.r..Hi.rent.
r 800 acres of excellent la.n'.located'oO, :. the'soltth side"of&t'Lake :... .I.Ot.7.neeblockPra.tw+"it.Wr.avstpgw' 7:10: ,,7 S '
with
first meeting; but. which will\ be interfere the work that educa- \
P A ya&e..r.t..v".. ... '. t..Lo4 blocko.\ ,.,. .t. ..t nrn 610 0
Tohopekalig'a, only 50 minutes run by l launch from mainly to provide a comfortable' placeof tional Institutions might' have done for -'1/1 "j'\f-W i \ r" t'' RoUlataa'.addiuopi .. ':"rS,r"'h . 1.. ', '

city dock. One 'of the great 'propositions that combines meeting, to which members win 1 him. Instead of the college boy's book L.wi.Willi&na.. .... .......:.. ..LoIS bloolr.2. .......:1..t';:. .......'..... SOSO t 426 )
very I UN Floyd .. .. . . ..... .Lois ,2.6 .ed4 block 4. .. ............... ..... 162U 'j'11066 'p
splendid hammock prairie and pine lands. Two I have access at all reasonable hours, 1 he carried a musket. The women and Heur auidlul . . .. Low 1. 2 and 8. block I. ... .. .. ... . .. ... Se 6 Oi '
with conveniences for reading writing, children of Florida needed his protec- F L,1 Company addition rytN'JSeare
miles of beautiful beach. Thirty acres of fine bearing I I . .Lot 8H. ... ....,... ....... ... ........ 272 117 '
or smoking, and where strangers in tion against the Indians, and he did not J d WaU.ce . .LotIlJ. ... .... ... .. .. . .. .. 860 lib wShoem.ker's.ubdirlelon
grove, consisting of oranges and grapefruit. Several acres : town may be entertained and made.to I fail them; and then his state Called him .ot blticke D Lend I

irrigated by a strong flowing artesian well also several I feel more welcome. The organizationwill to its defense in a bloodier war, and L 01 Baal sddlton .I
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Bob Gauldtug Lot ii. 040
acres irrigated by the Skinner overhead system. One of I be known as the Bachelors' Club. found him faithful to the end. When U6kuown . . .Stock'u .; .. .. :..8::'::::: : ::: W u: y\ p

peace came he :!!aJt. one of the leaders Block H L. Ba.. addition.
the best flowing wells in the county is located on this tract l Mrs. C. L. Goodrich and daughter, in the work of rebuilding and'he did Eugenie Rogers . .. ... .Lot 6. . .. .... . . ... ... ...... ...... 272 0 17 ...r
- where fine celery lettuce and' all kinds of truck is raisedin Mrs. R. IfTHatcher; 'who have been Block Q 1., Bass eddltloo.
: his duty to others as Well as those whom Cary Hadley .. .... ...... .Lot 2. .... ...... ... .... ... 1110 .2$
vast quantities., Price $40,000. I expected for several days. .rrive-d Wedneaday i 1 nature had placed jn his charge.. He Robert Bus .dditlou 1,47

4- from Caruthersville Mo., and made for himself enviable positioi . . ... ..E: of block U L ........ ...... .. ..... 720 166Ueo
432.-New bungalow consisting of four Urge and two M Patrick . . . 101 w ;: 01 block V L .. ... ...... .. ..... 2 Tl 6 IT aR
' are at present at the Ladner house, though none envied him, for all knew 11 Barer . All except awls 01 block V L.... .. ... . ..... 640 I 85 ,
shed rooms, on lot 147x147 feet, well 193 feet deep They were accompanied by Mrs. Good- he M.. It F Johns ,N"i 01 block (; z . .. ...... . .... .. . II to 6 a& ( '
that what accomplished was not Peter Ravage .... .. ... st of block Ii . . . . .. .. ...... ....... II 40 666 )
twenty young fruit trees and young'shade trees set in front I ich's little grand-d ughter, Lillian at the expense of others, but was the M..CAlIDIeet .... .. .. Lo.aud3.:! lQ8.1 '1126
W A Pre.eott .. .. N 1.3 ot block :ro'l 6 IT i
of lot. This property is near to the lake and is a delightful Mayes. Mrs. Goodrich will select the result of a clear mind and a willing Mrs C A Miox.eat Lot.J.2alod 4. block 22 . .. .. . .. .. IIw '9 46Mrs .
furniture and fittings for their handsome both Emm. Bus . Lota 2..J\ .nd a block A. . . . .. lII! 011 1-66 r"Mr.
place to live; land is high and just the place for a nice body, acting within the boundaries M Barlaw .. IS"II al ua cor block 1.. run. w06 fset .1211 n. Se
new home on Maryland avenue, prescribed by the highest honor. Mr. / f .... . .... .. ... ., .... .... ... 1440 last
quiet home where you secure the breeze from the lake almost MraDPOraham. . . fMJ/\nl2'J"\ .... .... .. ... ... .. ..... 41'01 497 4
saId by many to be the finest place i1'1St. Bryan was a power in Florida and his E F Bus "'. Alteollty.bl."kO.. .. . . .. .. ...... .. 860 4 06 toN
continuously. Price $10OO, terms on half if desired.. Cloud" and will establish the family neighbors showed their appreciation of F B... . .... Lot l. w 01 Ity. kiosk P .. .. .. . . .. .. 8 60 t o0Robert ,

No. 433-We have 22 resident lots, located in four h home there. Mrs Hatcher and niece him by calling for his serviced for many JURlcb.rdn. I..otl. 1 Bass.. 2ud.. .1lIllIon.. .. .. .... ....... ........ 272 .11 .1
will remain here about two weeks after years in the legislature. He served so J w Miller .. Lot 6. I...,. M Ii,stofa side........... ..... I'l lIT'
different subdivisions, which -w.e \r"ilsell\ all together or I which time they will go to Tampa and well there that the state claimed him South Fla a" oune,. J

.. .... .. .. .. . .
at price that be doubled in short i NYIIa. AIII..llou..blockl. 272 811
separately, so can in Florida visit.
money I. other points for a and made him a railroad commissioner. If Dle.tou e.t No J-1 lot b, block 7 . .. ... : .... 1 8 226 r. it
time if entire number are taken together. We will be pleased - He leaves a long public record as-well! O.horne & 'Nell .ddltlon. t f "'

to submit figures on the entire number on request. ONE ATTACK as a long private record, and both are W W Young 1.0"1.010 t fi sod Idock''. B block B..4- .. . .. .. .. ... 10lte 62 U2.6W 4 17Mr.MK".riDIl '

stainless. Mr. Bryan gave his childrenthe W YOUDg . .. Loa I. Mud 7, block C .... . . .... II 011 "t '
FOLLOWS ANOTHERHas tlar.h L Pluner . Lolli I and 2. bl."k. D ...\;. . . .. ....... 6 to. !IIJT !
FRUIT AND TRUCK-LAND best educational advantage that li.\ I.o"alud',t block D . .. . ... .. 660' 4 o6Mr.
could and lived Bogie Yoder I..otl.. I bluck E . . ... .. . ..,... .0 00 II 46 y
to two
money buy, see K I' 1 bompeou Inn 2 Iud a. block E ..... ....... 6 to 666Unknoeu
;' We have five and ten aere tracts in Liberty Park the That Been Your Experience Taking of his- sons in the United States Senate : "J 8..bilNk Jo ... .. .. ... 180 a2sU \
A alathew.ddttlon: ,!
most desirable suburban property on the markit, which we Calomel for Constipation? We do"not know that any other Jue Brlngl"r N': block E . .. .. .. .. . 640 6 811
man ever enjoyed this distinction. But Braden.w N" bin k .. . .
. CS ('athutne !t lot I. U 1Q! :2 26
are offering for your consideration at prices that are attrac Try Dodson's Liver-Tone some of those who knew him beet Zilla Pel..r.. . . II'M .. Me car ..11"t I, blurt U. ri,n. 0 71 n, w
eay
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"717a It.
ft e 7 r 1 8)) t 66 .
tive. We will'be pleased to show these tracts-to prospec- that the brightest, the clearest, the Unknown _. ... . !!' sat i. block (i. 1.1.ud. deeded to'ZNa
Next Time. ".lera . ... .. .. .. 1 IJ) 261
tive purchasers a't: any time. Do not fail to see this property strongest mind of the family belongedto Mr. R Rose . W!, I"n!, Lim..k. G . .. . .. 46J 4117Uukuo" '
u . l."l :. hock' Q . .. . t: 72 817
in the
the laid to rest
before purchasing as it has the advantages of being close man who was I
calomel Junes 1.c. a.ubdlvt.ioainMalb.ws'ddlUonAnnie
take to
Many people cure con-
4 in and on the very best pavedroad in the county; conven- stipation, and it does cure it for one day Evergreen cemetery on the 14th of this F Smith . .. . V.t.lendH, block A . ....... ..... .. 27 817M.bbetl'.nbdlvWon .
month-the man who climbed unaided -
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up 10 Mdhuws' addlUoo
ient to the city school and churches. 1 but two or three days later they are and helped to lift up others. -'.Jack Annie i' Smith. . . l..ot.4and6.bl" A. .. .. .. . ..... ... ... 72 an i iw
sicker than ever. That is one of the! 1\ wing .. Lota a and 0, block II ... .. ...... .. .. ... .. :a 72 617 ,4 _
Ten acre improved farm near the city facing east on after-effects uf calomel. sonville Times-Union. 1 W A PaLrlck' addition.C .,,

heavily traveled thoroughfare, south on an avenue thatis ------ - B Fountalu hi -.' . Wt) lot 2. Monk Q . . ... .. .. ... .. 1/ 00 9 46 \
and:} This is the reason why the KissimmeeDrug W J Meer. Lot 1,block Y. . ... . . . . . ... I 011 0 t
chance + Large desk blotters tor sale at: IRi 1W."U . . I"t 1bU.rk1. . ... . 860 4J6 )
paved half the length of tract. A splendid for Co. will -guarantee calomel to office tor 10 cents.COLLEGE J n TUcker .. ... ...... LOblock: ji .. ... .... '" . . 2 V a'i'i % ,
growing an orange vend grapefruit grove and at the same be harmless. But we do guaranteeDodson's E L Leel.,,'. dditlon.Elmer8h.rp. .1,I

c' Liver-Tone to be a perfectsubstitute --- -_ .----- .. . . . Lot 7 .. ..... . . . ...,.. . 68 let Q
- time farm! the land, while trees are coming into bearing. It J Clifton . . . 1.0' 0 I . . ... .. ... e...... 47 II'J 1' 'Jf
for calomel. Dodson'a Liver- OF AGRICULTURE IJobnaton Lot 2\\ .. . ... ....... .7 12 ,: ,l'
Tone will cure-constipation, and bilious J E bharpe . .. .. .. Ina 1\; .... . . ... . ioJ 1 01 *r
1 .0. l I W Lluy'. addition "t
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attacks and keep them cured, by tim- Unknown . . ... .Lo\I.: bl..k 3...... .. ........ ..... .. .... ... .. M 101Unknown. r
ulating and toningrup the liver to do its . .. . ... .Lot 6. block 4 ....... .... ..... ... .. ..... 011 10l j
ii' H. M. BREAKER & CO. Offer*in Agriculture: 4-year course, Berry Pengett .. ...... .. .. ..Lot 7. block 4. .. ... . ... .. ... ...... ...,<.. .. 47 Vol ,
; beat work. It Is a vegetable liquid .. 2-year course; a 1-year course; a 4. Carson's addfUon. 1/.1/' IfRufueTbomu

... "5 with a pleasant taste and i is harmless> to month course; a 4-week Farmer' .... ... .... .. 'Lo.O. block A. ... . .. ... .. ,.... .... .. .116 1Ct '
children as well a*' people. It Unplll.led I.od.. '
it. grown course; I4.. orresponcnce coursea. A x
Over Oaceola '
: Pharmacy liven the liver by natural m4tboda.does Unknown.- 140'Tda. or ew our of .w4 011')4 Bae !" ..t.
up fol need You have'education 1)6'I ) '
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course : ;
, -- every Tp ax k 19.run 661t 1 da, <<5IJicb"! .,se
not act *o strongly a. to weakenthe enough to enter1 one of these 7a. wiWtfyda, . : .. .. .._.... .. 180 a. d
t4' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Solpl 'L.eeane.a. ......... .... a.1f OJd"a of N cor o.l )4 nee Ii"
body but i* safe and sure just the cour***. Find out which one by writing. i :2., ruse a 70 ,.4a, w 10 7G .70 yde .
"\. .- ajo*. You can buy a bottle today from a pll ftii, . .. .. . .. ... .. ... . .. ..... 540 a0 ,, Y r;r,
\.'" to J. J. VEIU'tO'f"Collele J.m81 AGrahUII..N.. oI.w 48eol8TP 2lR2I.: ..,. ......... 11110 1846 .
the Kjolmmee Drag Co. with the anuraoce of Agriculture wH HleS. ... .. '.' _.......... .Bet ease rof.wy/M awls See.28Tp; 2110 R' l' 1'..
I' ., I'J. rank a 8:10 It,w 4iIO: 1t.W 41. .4:11: fI. .. .a- {..66s "W1
. of back ,if it fails In
.'h" your money ; Tuition Free. GaioevniFlorida T-Cell...... .... ,r': !1\: ;
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{ 'Kissimmee 1 Gazette assure them that be-hsa only gone'be .. '
The .
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Valley EXCURSION ON UHf fore and met' Him wbP: tampers the -
L wind to the horn-lamb will give themgrace f'" .. L"J'

w. It.. HkRRIM"Editor ..4 Prop'rri : 7 a "" "jt ,and sufficient sorrow.to* "bear" this" 'great" _,burden "j .......... ..:11. .

", !8; TRIPI.ETT' Aaaoclate Editor; Members'the'G' A..R. and Ladies Resolved That< we-recommend thata Lp1".S"t '= '- i'

copy of these resolutions\ be spread r- f
r PUBLISHED EVERY nuDA ,Grde Indulge in a Most Enjoyable upon the minutes of the lodge, and a , '
'i,1 ,Office Valley Gazette Building. copy furnished each of the city papers... ,' : (;

1 KISSIMMEE.O8CEOLA: COUNTY FLA. .J" Outing, and also a copy, to GEO.his family.P. PARKER, i'w have :been- j t i"j surveyed and Streets' andAvenues o

'II' .SUBSCKUTIpM RATESi 'F. W, STALKER, laid out in .
0.. _.an. rta........ . ........ .. -HO- On Wednesday la.t1 under the management J. M. HANSEIX,. . : .k J
Or.1I1a month.. .., .. .... ... ..... _- 10
/ of. the Ladles it the Grand Committee.'

All ommunlo.tlon.. ..e.pt fr4m.-ir author Army of the Republic and efficient assistance ,
....eonwpo -'......mu.t ba.la'ned br tho writer of' the gallant Capt. JohnBont -Williams Sub-Division
Mllyd a.ject.eoI forr nutter will not -b- returned iinkMtend with )his boat Roseada and a covered KISSIMMEE PARK c ]

i .------ flatboat, an excursion wan taken'over
+ it .. .t the PavtofflM KlulmmM., FU..u the lake to Lee's Landing. -

h f -.I...mall.._.....twr.o...-,-__ .=--..- .- .=.'" .Starting m.. we moved from the out city without dock a.at hitchin 8:10a. : Items' of Interest from Dili. Busy to t til#

our gait until we tied up at Lee's Neighbor Across the Lake.
Friday 25 1911
August Landing at about 11:16: a m., all the I ,
';i. ----_. ___ __ time under the management of the committeemen We are having heavy showers every '
-Comrades Flemming Work
Usceolacounty is entitled to the State and Williams. Table were established day.Capt.. James Davis, who has been: WHITTIER

{ Senator next term, and Hon. Arthur\ the length of the covered barge andas serving faithfully on the Linda. will : .
,1 1 4p
sever his connection with that
Donegarrwtll be \the candidate. He is Boon as they were fixed properly popular -
the ladies proceeded to load them down boat in a few days. It has not yet been
certainly the man (or the place and learned who will be his successor. .
with the good things that each one had 'f/ :
will get i it if he goes after it.-Sanford prepared for the occasion, and at 12 Mr. Walker shipped another lot of ''I and are offered! for sale to the' ''i
sweet last ,
potatoes Friday. -
t
Herald. _,_ _. o'clock the Rev. Wolff was called on to .
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=-==:==- = invoke the divine blessing after which Mr. L. McCallister the Kisslmmee public at from t

We have waited patiently in the hope the Order came: "Take a holt; help well driller; spent Sunday here.
t that some paper published in \the west. yourself." Everything in the line of Mr. F. A. Kritz spenf Monday in Kis -. "

em part of the state would announcer wiches edibles, was"yallar"-legg there, such! .d chickens pe" ham-sand-, cplci\ simmee.Mr. J. E. Mattocks< is spending a few $25 $3:5 IyA'

the name of the Hpn. Frank May. of "tiled" eggs and the best cup of coffee weeks in North Carolina. to : per Lot

G Pensacola for the office of Congress- ever drank and otliSf things in the. ]Mrs. R. Krause spent Saturday. ..with \
r' : man-at-Large from Florida, but up to line of edibles too numerous to men- .MT57 E. E. Fairbanks.

this time the press of that section has tion. If any one went away hungry \It\ Mr. A. F: Kritz is very busy mowing t
was their own fault. The party consisted hay.Mr. '.
kept quiet along that line. The Val of about one hundred old veter- P. Homer, who has had a Florida -
ley Gazette, therefore, offers his name ans and their wives and some of the "rising." is slowly improving.Mr. ,. ; ,1

to the people, believing that in doing citizen. D. H. Riggan's family has arrived )":
After dinner orders were that the at Kissimmee from Burlington, 7't
so it has selected a man who can fill N. C., and will remain there
I boat would start for home at 1:30: p. until their .
of that responsible house Whittier will soon be in railroad connection .. ( j'i j'ii
every requirement ra., which offered a splendid opportunity they are.now.buildinJl: in tlwl.Parkis .
position Frank Mays is not a politician , to look at the country and they completed.
; he is a real man-intelligent, pretty much all took advantage of the Mr. Gil Thomas is now supplying thePark'with i with every part of the United States, an'dIii 0"I 0"\
/ chance of sight-seeing, passing the fresh meat every week. .
broad-minded honest capable and a short time will of the most .
become
deck at the Barber place, wherethere An elevated electric trolley line that I one
would ref \et credit upon our state and isV fine orange grove, and going on to will encircle the whole peninsula is the J.
be the peer of any in the National Con- )lock at Mr. Lee a grove, consisting/; of next project in the Park. .important towns in South Florida, therefore :,

gress. If Frank Mays decides to make oranges and grapefruit, the trees being CORRESPONDENT.CAMPBELL - lots at the above one-tenth \'
undoubtedly in the beat condition of prices are only i
1 the race for the office, he will have the

support pf practically the entire state any After orchard returning in the to state the-boat of Florida., at about of what they will bring twelve months hence. 1 h

I 1:30: p. m., the start for home was made ... 1 10.
press __ .u _.._ _ __.____
-- -- and in thirty minutes it began to rain Interesting Items from Kissimmee's -a- 0 .0. 0' -a-.o. :
FORM CONTRACT but not hard at first; when, suddenly ;'l

it began to rain in earnest-not in ear Hustling Suburb.Miss '),
L. _- nest but chunks. Some of the outside :
of this t
- covering: of the roof of the boat got dislocated Lizzie Kutz returned to her Maps sub-division can be seen at ,

: That is Given to Purchasers of Lots and some of the occupants be. home in Columbus, Ohio, last Thursday, W. G. 5 ::,
a King's office in St. Cloud Jenkins &
in Cape Breeze. low by standing straight up and dodg- after spending a few weeks with relatives ,
ing the big drops, could keep pretty here. ,
Woodham's
: KissimmeeV August .22< .. 1911. dry. Everybody was good-natulyd, Mrs. E. E. Brown went to Kissimmee i ion office in Kissimmee, or at my \

Fl Mr. W. B. Harris Editor, Kissimmee however. But suddenly there came upa Saturday, and finding her mother-in. residence in
Whittier.
( pretty stiff breeze that made some of law Mrs. E. J. Brown very ill at her .,. + t:
i Valley Gazette. the party look rather serious while borne on Brack street, did not return '

'' Pear Sir-Replying to your letter of others evened matters up by taking it here until Tuesday evening. ,
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td August 21st, regarding the progress of as a good joke. .The second week of school began Mon -- -- '
+, Landing at Paradise Island in due day with six more pupils enrolled. }
developments on Cape Breeze, and'inanswer time we staid there an hour or more, Mrs. C. H. Strickland and little daughter .
t to your suggestion that a description and some of the party got;: off and tooka spent Wednesday in Kissirnmee.

h 1 of ,the improvements 16 be tramp over to see the new bungalowthat Mrs. George Gardner was a Kissim- :
made would be of interest to your readers is now under construction by the mee visitor on Wednesday. E. : R.W BASS 4
able contractor Ludlam & MDonough.It P SY. .
') we are pleased to announce that Is thought that in about ninety days ? .
t
the work is being carried oh-as rapidly one can look at that bungalow and "I
"' : truthfully it is a beauty.At Automobiles. "
as can be done. say
3 o'clock in the afternoon the H ITT1 E '!}
S I R FLORIDA
The skepticism that always exists in Captain cut loose and we started for I heard a man say the other day, "If g
j many minds as to the successful result Kissimmee each and I were rich enough to own an automobile 1eJ
dock every one ,,,
6- of a new venture of magnitude is,
i any and wished to show utter selishness
declaring it was the time of their life, my ::1 '
of course the hardest part of the work and contempt for those who
t and hoping that some time Inthe near
to overcome, and we expect many of future it can be repeated.Attention. were not able to do so. I would investin '
our people to withhold their encourage- one. Perhaps this is putting it "a ,oj.
ment until it is too late "to be of -- -- I 'f
.. any little too strong; but there are some ,

?t value. objection; to these "cars"-that may be .. ., ,\f f7' .
To anyone unfamiliar with such operations urged with _good!., show of reason. I .u -
aa we are' planning for Cape want you, Mr. Editor, to give us a Notice for Bids. tr 1
h Breeze the whole thing naturally appears I tearing, if it be only to let some peoplesee
stupendous, but, really, the build- We take this method of inviting themselves as others see them. Sealed bids for remodelling the jail -, rt... -- 1
_J'Jng"jofsuch; a wall aa is needed there everybody, and especially Osceola coun- The, first point I want to present U and putting in necessary cells will be
.and the dredging hat will supply the ty land buyers, to'come' to Whittier. the assumption of the right: of way. received by the'Board of County Commissioners L. M.MARSH & Co.
811 are the very'simplest of engineering' Osceola county, on the 29th day of September . Do automobiles have any more right to at their meeting Sept. 2. ,

feats.' . .. 1911, to basket picnic con- Our streets than other vehicles? They The Commissioners reserve the right to DEALERS IN PINE LINE oPS +
I' "< Our own confidence in the. possibilities ducted by the ladies. There will also get behind a wagon call it a dray if reject any and all bids. Plans and STAPLE t
p k. ( of our lake front for a beautiful be beef, pork and mutton barbecued you like, or a buggy and "toot" for it specifications' on"file with Ludlam & AND FANCY
residence section is displayed in the fact in plenty for all who come conducted to get out of the way. And meeting MacDonough architects Kissimmee '
that we have purchased the highest. by our able cook. another vehicle they are lure to claim Fla.
priced property in Kissimmee for that There will be a Bale of Whittier town the best part of the street, and yoti. 34-3t ARTHUR E. DONEGAN Clerk. I..G ROC E R IE S.I 1

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it ; purpose. We have contracted for 16.000 lo'ts on the above-mentioned dale conducted must turn aside, or run the .risk of a -- I ,
sacks of cement and 3,500 cubic yards by Elmer R. Bass, our Irrepres- collision. A want ad. in the Valley Gazette always -
of stone to be'delivered before January1st ,sible land agent Those interested in Another objection is found in the brings results. j FRESH AND PURE_ -
1912, for 6 tons of steel reinforce Osceola county land will gain to come fact for it is a fact than these autos FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city Prompt and courteous attBDtiol.
t mentjbars, and today are closing a contract and buy lots; and we especially, earn- are frequently run by small boys and I : {
'c for dredging machinery to cost estly, kindly and cordially invite the even little girls, who' think that they ANNOUNCEMENTS TIELIE.HOI: He> IOi I '1

ti '3,600. KisBimmee Brass Band to come and have a right to a "cleartrack," and
e, Already several of our best citizens favor us with some of their delightful the rights of slower /going J
d have shown their faith in the futnre of music and we will endeavor to show vehicles, and pedestrians. The writer For Clerk Circuit Court.
1 Cape Breeze by purchasing lots and them the time of their lives. We also does'nt know another place where this At the unreal olicltallon pf my friendi ---- 4 '1
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for the assurance of who fear for invite the candidates Osceola county throughout the rnunir I hereby: announce m-
any is allowed.In bit a.candldate fi>r Clerk of the Circuit; Court J
r w the success of the work we wish tot who have or are going to announce to the third place, automobiles worka In and for Onceola county a: the oomlnn pri
make known that everything is fully come: and address the voters and hand serious detriment to much the mary. I wiHh to the peoplv theirt
lar&erpart pair
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shake few times. We will look kind Mupport In the and fK llclt support
the for
guaranteed by following clause that a of our population who have to go, In tbe future. If elected I pledge' mYf.lthful
v'' Is incorporated in each contract of sale, you. Come candidates I We also extend afoot some of whom are poor walkers, ,: ervlce'and pernonal attention to the Just received a BIG SHIPMENT of the famous tvI I
d cordial duties of the rfffloe. ,
viz: a invitation to the old St. Keapertfullr
and have ride
chance to
r!,>r "And the said of the first Cloud veterans to come and be with no except to J L. OVBK8TREET.FENOLE. Burt &
parties part us hire a carriage, which is simply out of Packard "Korrect Shape"-
C Y. do hereby covenant and agree to build on that day; and we especially invite the question with poor peopje. They t
c a reinforced concrete wall the editors of the three of Os-
retaining to papers might pay fare on a street car,, but
d Yr a height of one foot above the high- ceola county to come and come early there is no street car, and they must 'SHOES =
Water level!, separating Cape Breeze in the day, as they can gather items drag along their i weary way. There is I USE I f
from Lake Tohopekaliga, and to backfill enough to run all three papers for sometime no room for them in automobiles, and
sufficiently to brihg the whole property they are not asked to ride-not even to FALL STYLESWe f.
;li t I up to the general grade of the City There will be refreshments of all church! Fill the town with these machines
of Kissimmee and also to lay, at their kinds and various amusements to entertain and we will never get street assure all customers the best of service r;
r own expense I sidewalks before all the the people, conducted by JohnH. cars. D. M. BREAKER. and the most courteous attention '
a I lots in Cape Breeze, together with concrete Baisden. : f
y, curbing; also to lay marl on all Come one, come all, and doift' mistake
streets throughout their entire length/ the date, Sept. 29. 191 1. Notice to, Taxpayers.Notice I L. M. WHIDDEN & ::
'.a : and breadth; all of said work to be performed ELMER R. BASS, is TO EXTERMINATE' II CO.
that
hereby given the City
I and on or before October JOHN H. BAISDEN, I'
;, s 1st, 1912.completed / Committee.YRSOLUTIONS Council will meet on Tuesday evening, Bed Bugs, Roachei; Moths, The ONLY EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE in Osceola County
4 While September 6th next at 7.80, for the Ant Fleas I
ask until
y we October 1st, 1912, of Mosquitoes ,
to complete the work it is to purpose equalizing the city tax assessment Flies and all classof .
only protect Spiders,
F ourselves against adverse weather roll' for. the year 1911. I
J. W PRENTIS: nrm D. k'J
conditions, and we firmly believe that --- ---- t
Six months' time 35-2t City Tax Assessor. .
will be sufficient' to TO KILL
completely finish the entire improve Of Condolence on the Death of Hon. \ -- --- --
'' , menta. Notice. and prevent Flea Lice and

In our opinion Kissimmee as an attractive John Milton Bryan.The Mite on Fowls.il'o kill and
I* and beautiful city is There will be a gold medal! contest in Tick Flea Lice and
entirely St. Cloud at the G. A. R. hall on Fri prevent '
dependent on the lake shore. The pineWoods following resolutions were unanimously at 7:30 Admission Flies on Animal. Osceola LumberCompany p'
west of town are only what cant adopted by the Orange Blossom day night, Sept. 1. : sharp.
Mrs. Phosa Jennie
d, be found all over jo'ioridab'; but our lake Lodge No. 80 Free and Accepted Ma. Hamilton, 10 cents.' TO PREVENT
Superintendent.
with its open o e gulf, gives sons on the death of Hon. John Milton :
us at natural advantage over any other Bryan tie spread pf contagion duea -

styti: city in the state.'a Whereas It having pleased AlmllC The Lebstcr. e*. To disinfect Stables _
''a* F neighbors across the water are God. the Supreme;: Architect, to call Tbe lobster is decidedly! pugnacious, and Fowl House To injure S .

fully appreciative of the value of lakeshore from labor to refreshments, our esteemed engaging In frequent combats with yourself perfection of health. ,
homes, and at Kissimmee Park brother, John Milton Bryan, others of its kind, In which contest .- i
,t- .. and Fowler's Point many new h'usc! who departed this life at his home, limbs are often severed but this loss DEALERS IN-- .
t, tiS are being erected evhile the work of Dania, Florida, on the 14th day of August is soon repaired by the growth of new FENOLE will not Injure or stain
1''p I beautifying Paradise Island has been in !, A. D. 1911; and. members, rather smaller, though, than the finest or most delicate fabrics. Rough and Dressed Lumber :
ry several Insect destroyed with. Fenole t 'fflt
W progress months. W .rese. In the death of Brother the old one :
"' .f With all these settlements in sight of Bryan not only has his family, the state r will noj poison house pets or ,
'each other, and with the deepened wa- and nation sustained a great loss, but chickens. ;
ter ,intervening that will' result from this lodge has suffered a loss that will Mr jeff Evans of Portsmouth Ohio, WINDOWS DOORSSHINGLES '
the dredging operations, Cape Breeze make a vacant placearound the trestle who some months'ago purchased a tractof Fenole is used with a sprayer. :
.c, marks tbw beginning of the one move board of designs, and leave a place vacant land just north of the city on the Qts. 76c.., 4 gal. $1.85. gal $2.60. S ,
t' ...necessary to boost Kissimmee to the in the wise councils of our order marl road. Is expected to arrive here Sprayers &0c. LATH, BRICK, LIME '

''very top among Florida's famous resorta. that he so nobly filled from Its earliest tbout.September 16th. 'Mr. Evans has
,''d t .- institution up to the time-of his death. for years been engaged in the manufacture Not tie Cheapejrt but the BEST

?i During the coming winter thousands And we feel and know that in crossing of shoes-in his home town and .Manufactured only by NOVELTYNORK $
t 'of people will come to Kissimmee and that plain, from which no wanderer returns II is possible he might be induced to
it'', .. will make every effort to have Cape that his 'staff and rod supports begin a business of that character here, THE FENOLE CHEMICAL CO. i
., ":.Breeze a spot that we can show to anyone hint, and that we look forward to that aa this city Immediately in the center I TAMPA FLORIDA GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL
:fj with whole lot of pride-. _:" eternal happy rumon In the presence of the cattle Industry of the state, even ,
4 !o' -We are very grateful to you for you of.the Great Architect with him of the to the extent of cows bemg'permitted I For sale byPHARMACY I

." '*., '.kind mention ;ln. the few Issues, and entire craft who have b4ea faithful. to'run' could 1 "on our streets, and a OCEOLAi J$ .* Free Delivery to All Parts of City ,1 s '
thank you fortbe';: help that you havea Received; That to Imnediaterfam tannery operated! with less ex.Wae" KJasiif. ne. j J ,
,'-Jr..f; ,.,{,pT.II.-.E. ; : .Sln'ee..ly.' . it y'we offer oar most sincere love And- than at any other point" in;."the. N ; f' '
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('' beKlssimmeeVallep Gaz6tt6' ". Miss ,Elol' e", Moon- returned home'I'uesday iMr.liowardlKatsll.f0, Wednesday.toi! A:)olly party of 'oar newly-wed bad .. ', <
; 'q from Macon, Ga., where she resume" his studies In 'the Missouri'"a most' delightful launch ride on the .'}

TKLKPHONB' NO 1t."I. pent .. weeks."visiting' friend School of Mines at Rolls. Mo. This .Is, lake Thursday of last, week;during .. A .
: Mr. Katzs? last 'year in that famous,which ft delicious lunch was served as "
!fI 'Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon, aee mpan'1edby school, when -he -expects to take up' well as' several' kinds of fruit. 1Fhett.rty

,PUBLISHED:) EVERY FRIDAY Miss Luclle Downing left Saturdayfor ' work either,In-Alaska or Siberia. ' was composed of Mr. and Mrs. IISSIJWE- PQjilEllI1.. .
;"' '-. -" ". a week's stay at Coronado-Beach;, -i, Earl Lupfer Mr. and Mrs. Holmes ,
The editor of the Gazette is in
: receipt -
_. Prather, Mr. and Mrs. W H. Patrick ,.
W. "' ;
B..MAr'
MlkeselV of the
Mr. B. P. manager of a card from Sam Griffin, who 'and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Butler ConUndlBir, MmwUy for UM faith which was one
I , Bowen Ranch on Canoe Creek was, accompanied by Mrs. Griffin, has been ,for a4 deunred list&be 8a1D.IUlWI 1",
transacting business In. the' city this spending some weeks: at Hot Springs. What Is 'left of the old-time club : '

week. Ark. They are now in Oklahoma ylslt.r r "The Dirty Dozen,",met at the hospitable .- 'OJmOBJRS .OF1 TUB CHURCH -

'Weather.Report : :' nnden"ofMadi8Ql'l ing the great oil field and taking lit the boric of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Carson BUNYAN STEPHENS,. Pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. & M. 's ,
are visiting: their aunt. Mrli. sights! generally., on Saturdlf"IIlght, and 'enjoyed apleasant ...,..... :y; C..WI DAN Clerk., C, F. BRYAN Treasurer:

Helen Perdew and family,on their wedding Mr. Dolpn Berll sipent.'.a couple of; two hours telling tales ot by ,DEACONB-C.A.. Carson, C. J. Woodall, N. C. Bryan ,
Following,are the daily tem: tour days herewith hie family last week gone days when they were' younger m 'J-,W. ,Wilder, J. M. Wlllson\ Jr. Joe J effort*, J.L, ,
.. folks and .
peratures'and precipitation asreported' ; : returning to High Springs Friday night and Mrs. Fred on Monday 'night gave Mr. J Hicks A ST Gilbert, J. M/HanssU. W. H. Jene..
I Mr D. U Wagner who has been on Gilbert a surprise party 1 ,
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where he in the .
the Government is engaged manufacture home of l'l" L ''LI i in IM jm Lj.il i I | I i- l l --
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by Mrs. C. V.
,_ a short visit to friends and relatives inthis tuthe Bearden, r '
of ice, and has m large contract "
station at Kissimmee for the. left Wednesday for her home where Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert are stay .J. + I
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city with the railroad to re-ice ORJDER
weekending Aug. 24 1911. at Sanford.On 1 can at fiat point. company ing.: Of SERVICE-AUG. 27. 1911' .,

of the absence of BO I Mr. A Nadel of .St. Louis arrived in . J
.AX MIK. Lam account them A cordial invitation is extended to all the city Sunday and is MORNING-11. : 0 '
putting in this
members of the C. W. B M., '
men and boys to attend the Layman'smeeting .
Friday . ., . 98 74 . will be '110 meeting of Lb. society in at the Baptist church next week, looking for locations for himself Piano Prelude
and others, and in "Holy, Holy Holy"Invocation
Saturday. . . 98 73 .. September. Sunday afternoon at .8 o'clock. Brother of,this. paper speaking, said to that a representative there- ,

Sunday.. .... . 97 73 . Mrs. B.: P. Mikesell and little daughter Smigh will lead the meeting. Come were more advantages and opportunities Hymn "-"Joy to the World" .e.

Monday ... . . 87 70. .63 left Monday for an extended visit to out and enjoy' an hour of devotion. here for the homeseeker and Investor Scripture-Rev. 3: 14-22 ',
and other A. S. Nelson, Chairman., than else Hymn 176-"'Ho t All Ye Hungry t
Tuesday.- :... 88 66 2.46 relatives at Rockfield points. anywhere in this coun
In.lnwana. Allman have try. He declared that if a man could Announcements and Prayer, M
Mr. and Mrs. George
Wednesday. . SO 66 I M '
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friends in not prosper here, he would starve to Offertory<<"Showers of Blessing'
of their
the
Thursday . 93 67 . .. Mrs. Lena Barns returned last week sympathy many which .death in the Garden of Eden.! Sermon-"The Self-complacent Church' .
expired
the loss'of their .
,
baby
from Madison where she went to at- The '. Invitation 236-"How" Firm a Kmrndation"

tend the wedding of her cousin, Miss, shock suddenly to the on fond Wednesday parents night.was intensU Mr. John C. Carter, a 'former resi- .

Manie Peterson. -. dent of Kissimmee, but who now makes l
fled by the fact that they Mere un- EVENING-x730' t'
"" Mrs. C. L. aware of the child's death until they his home in Honduras, Central America ':
I Mrs. Moriah Gilbert,
has been the Song Service ,
spending week in Kis
Bandy and Miss Maude Gilbert, have awoke Thursday morning.Mr. simmee old and 280-r"I Love to Tell the f '
i renewing acquaintances Story'V
THE LOCAL fiELD.i gone to Charleston, S. C., where they and Mrs. M. 'Kati will leave to- telling\ ; of the wonders of his adopted 448-"Rescue the Perishing" h'

i will! visit relatives.Mr. morrow night for Baltimore, Md., and home. John is now engaged in growing 1 202-"Wonderful Words" ,,1

J. W. Miller went to Orlando on other eastern cities, where Mr. KAtz : cocoanuts, which he states is one of Prayer '
I Monday to attend to some private busi will\ purchase his fall and winter supply the most profitable industries of Honduras Song 836-"Moment By Moment"
matters, returning on the late of good. Mr. Katz will return In He came over via. Havana on Scripture-Acta 18: J.-43
ness afternoon train. about two weeks, but Mrs. Kate will a fruiter, bringing forty parrots with 1 Offertory 276-"O. My Redeemer" .
The Board of Trade meets Monday go to her old home In Kentucky, where him, which he disposed of before reaching Sermon-"A Proclamation of Forgiveness"

night. Messrs. John Spreng and son, father she will remain until November.Mr. Kissimmee.Mr. Invitation 185! -"Why Do You Wait*
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and brother of Mrs. C. H. Funk, are :
R. J. Cunningham, dentist office in some time with the' latter at W. H. Shearer ot Wichita. Kan., D. H. Ri who came here ----

Fraternity Hall building. 31-tf spending Hilliard a Island. was here this week looking over condi- some weeks ago from Burlington, N. C., 1 SCHOOL OPENSIn

with tions with a view to locating. After a and purchased a tract of land .in Kis
Miss Sue Watson spent Monday came a few days, and this always means a revival of our
friends in Orlando.Mr. Mr. Morris Johnson; who here most thorough investigation he arrivedat simmee Park, was in the city Wednesday interestln the various activities of our educational and 4l
Portsmouth, Ohio, about three the decision that this section offered his y
from to meet family, who arrived on religious life. Those who have been
for the
Thos. L. Waring, of Lakeland, weeks ago, has accepted a position with more and better advantages than any the afternoon train that day. Mr. Rig- summer are returning., Let us not neglect away )
was in the city Tuesday. the Kissimmee Drug Co. other place.he knew of, and left Tuesday gan is the pwner of a very fine tunity, but see to it that we grow each Sunday our oppor-from t
tor to close out his businessand Prince arrive
which
horne Henry by name,
and Mrs. E. S. Beeland and little son re- now on. The pastor hopes we will have a Sunday ,
H. Cohoon Saturday here.
Mr. L. spent his
,bring family by express several hours in advance of
School of 200
by Oct. 1 and 300 Christmas.
Coronado Be ch. turned home last Sunday from Clinton, by Just a
Sunday at the family. This dog is of
possessed
S. C., where they had been spending Little Miss Rachel Yates entertained wonderful intelligence and little work on the part ot each member of the present'achool

Miss Ruth Butler l left Monday for- several weeks with relatives. about her friends on command of- its master, such obeys as every the can accomplish'these figures. Will you not cooperate -
short visit with friends. at Brrtow Wednesday afternoon from 3 to 6 at the of with the pastor T ?
with wearing eyeglasses, a hat, smoking
met
The Little Helpers Society
home of her parents on Main street, '
Blue Ribbon ice cream, best in town. Ethel Marsh last Tuesday afternoonand the occasion being the fifth anniversary'f cigarette fact appears to be almost WELCOME To ALL To ATTEND ALL SERVICES tr
human in its It is .
acts. uselessto
31-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. will meet with Edith May McLean '
of that lady's birth. Deliciousice
young
that Prince is
,. say Henry considered
next afternoon at 3 o'clock.A .
Tuesday cake served and the
and ,
cream was
Ashton ajmember of the Riggan family. '
Mr. J. A. Blackwell of was a .
of
little hostess th ? recipient many
was
business visitor to our city on Monday. college pin and a pair of spectacles
were restored to their rightful owners pretty presents. k
'' Crushed Rose Perfume the finestonthismarket.KiesrmmeebrugCo.Bltf last waek through small notices inserted I take this method of announcing to rw

*' in the classified columns of the Ga- my friends and the public generally\ LUMBER LATHS MOULDING8 'SHINOLS

Mr. Harry Thunnan reamed Sunday zetta. .- that I will be back at Riy old home in II

from a two weeks' trip to Philadelphia. Baggage Master Ed Prescott of the Kissimmee in a short time and that I Nr s
will be a candidate for the office of 1 ,
'-. PostmasHer..F.W. Hill of Narcoossee, A. C. L., who is spending a and month'svlacation Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola ,"
7- with hill.parentsMr.
spent Wednesday in the city. I Dan Prescott, near Taft, was- 1n-the; County In.solicit.the next their"supportr primary;, and, respectfully 1 I .

Mr. Fred. W. Worth of Tampa was a city last week seeing his many friends. 35-lt E. JD. H GAN. r_

business visitor to our city yesterday. flood milk ... .,
For Sale-One extra young Mr. C. C. McGee, who lives in the ,

Miss Lee-Wiinon of Bartow is visiting cow. Some galvanized shingles almost western part of the city, had the good (Formerly Mcfralr &;; Son))
the Misses Vivian and Mildred Lee thisweek. good as new, and some nice round cypress fortune Tuesday to catch a catfish near
fence posts. S. W. Downing, the city dock that weighed thirteen anda Dyl-Upchtirch Building,Jacksonville, Florida. e "

and have Kissimmee. Fla. 30-tf half pounds., While this fish is not Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock; is made from the best timber In Florida Is well main', i t '1
W. J. Sears family
caught
Supt. large as some
as
means
by '
gone to Coronado Beach for a few days In a game of base ball yesterday afternoon here any last winter still it was large ufactured and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload lots are',,exceptionally: good. ,
... etween Kissimmee and St.
o t outing. to satisfy the average bask 9I
;-, enough
Cloud, and which was played in the lat- Waltonite.The .
Mr. L. H. Cohoon was among the ter city, the score wa 13 to 1 in favorof "- -
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JCissimmeeites who visited Orlando this Kissimmee.Mr. Commissioners; of Osceola county -' -

,j Jweek. have been presented with petitions I---------------------------------- .
Eugene Bryan, after a short visit signed by more than two-thirds of the I
.; Mr. J. W. Seymour of Ojus. Fla., is here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. registered voters or. the county asKing ,

the guest of his daughter, Mrs. W. B. C. Bryan, left Tuesday to resume his them to purchase and open a set of abstract .. .
Harris. duties with the Wilson & Toomer Fer- books. Would it not be well for

4, 1 tilizer Co. at Jacksonville. the people of DeSoto to follow the example -
Gazette always
A want ad in the Valley
brings results' and all it costs is Mr. Chafe. Baker, of East St. Louis, -Florida of the Advocate.In Osceola. county citizens. .

>five. .cents a tine. 111., arrived in. the. city this week for .,.

Earl 'Berlt Is' of the purpose of investigating; conditions our news colununs we announce the ..J.t. .,
couple
spending a
t'" with a view to locating, and expresses candidacy of Hon. Arthur E. Donegan, .
weeks with his fat r Mr. Dolph Berli. himself as highly pleased with this sec entered local business .
who has recently our
:. 'at High, Springs.. sL tion. .- field for the State Senate from " Agreeably Surprised':;atsthe : ; : '1, .

'tills district. Mr. Donegan is a most ,
;' Mrs. N. C. Bryan left Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley and children "
a visit to her sister, Mrs. Massey, at have returned from a visit to the able and conscientious man, and is fastconning .

Chattanooga. Tenn. family of Mr. C. C. Giles at Umatilla worker into for prominence the interests as a of consistent Osceola ....

They were accompanied home by Miss Improvement"u,
He has earnest wishes for
our
Miss Leo Baker, one of Gainehville'gmost Margaret Giles, who will be their guest county. ,
charming young ladies, is visitingthe for awhile. success.-St. Cloud Tribune..; ,
Misses Lee this week. ?
A postal! received by the: editor yes-
Mr. Warren W. King, who is operat- terday from Rosalie, which l is twentyfive i
Meet me Kissimmee Drug Co. ando ing an extensive truck garden on Rab- miles south of this city on the wa .
and we will get a drink of the best bit Island in Lake Kissimmee in
was ter route to the Gulf,states that Me 1ln.
soda water made. 31tf the city Monday, and reports a splendid A. J.' Hall, A. W. Paynter, A. A. Tano ..
The Board of Trade meets Monday outlook for an abundant yield of vegetables and J. S. Anderson had arrived there in 0,

night and business of a very important this fall. their motor boat Cypo on their way to Is the expression from those I !
Fort The postal also stated
Myers.
nature will be presented. +
Two bottles of medicine were shippedto r a
4- that the entire party were enjoying the
Kansas this week the Kissimmee
*> Mrs. H. E. Cole and Mrs. J. H Mil- by best of health. who have VisitedKISSIMMEE ,
Drug Co., the purchaser stating he saw ..
i ler returned Tuesday from a few days'
stay at Coronado Beach. it advertised in this paper. Gazette ads Mr. I. M. .Galbreath, of Nevada,
t bring business' from the most unex- the
Mo., is in the city investigating .
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pected sources. soil the and conditions :,'.
Mrs. Walter Nelson returned Sunday clijnate gener- / u
from three months' visit to her ally with a view to making this sectionhis
> a parents The editor of this paper is in receiptof
n me. He is being shown the cour-
at Wichita, Kan.
a letter from Mr. O. L. Blanchard at
tesies by Mr. A. S. Nelson, and from
.- Mrs. M. F. Sears left Wednesday for Huntington, W. Va, wherein that gentleman his expressions of approval of what he PARK .i.ii
states he will in Kissimmee
Georgia Where she will spend several arrive has seen, it is safe to count him a per-
abcut December 1st and will
remain end of the
weeks visiting relatives. manent resident before the .
here all winter.

'i Mrs. A. C. Bogue and children have A postal from Dr. T. M. Rivers at year "

returned from' month's visit to Mrs. Lake Park, Ga.. states that he arrived Tuesday night about 9 o'clock a fire
Bogue's parents at Ocala. at Valdoita without accident and was was discovered in the cottage on Drury

having a splendid time. The Doctor is avenue between Church street and
Miss Glendenning, stenographer for making the trip in his auto and will return Broadway, owned by Mr. J. A. Lancaster
the Hunter Land Co., the week recently.
spent home next week. but the quick and effective work
end with friends in Tampa. of our department prevented the fire r

Mr. B. H. Allen has arrived from from doing but little or no damage. The / I
Misses Una and Willie Garner,
Richmond, Va., where he is employed origin of the fire is i unknown, as no one rr x
daughter of Postmaster Garner of St. .
by the Ludovica-Celedon Tile Co., to was living in the house at the timer but
in this
city.
Cloud spent yesterday
superintendent the work of' laying the it is laid at the door oft the rat and the

. Mr. A. E. Drought, one of St. Cloud's tile .roof on, Mr. Meiklejon's handsome match.

prominent real estate men, waa in the residence on Paradise Island.Dr. .
J Sheriff C": F. Prevatt returned to the1
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I city Tuesday transacting business. M. J. Hicks went .. "' .
e --- over to Coronado city Sunday from Lake Butler, wherehe .: _.. _
Mr. 'J. H. Redditt, who is spending for the week end, returning home went 'in company With Dr. T. M. .... . ,
.e' the summer at Maitland, 'arrived in the last Monday accompanied Mrs. Hicks. Rivers in the doctor's auto last week. OJ ..

: city last,night for a few days' stay. Mrs. Pearce "and little Lucy Pearce, Mr. Prevatt's daughters. Mrs. J. Perry WE CONTINUE .:
who had been spending the past few Byrd, and Ruby, accompanied him here, TO GROW ;
:0 Mr. Ezra Stewart, a member of the weeks at that popular resort. while Dr. Rivers continued his tripto i

>to Shaker Colony at Ashton, was transacting Lake Park, Ga., to join his family, '" .
business in the city Saturday.Dr. Mr. B. Dickerson has been awardedthe who lore summering !at that place.
'r contract to build a handsome concrete -

J. C. Davia, optician, is back bungalow for Mr. M. Keep, on a Mr. A. S. Nelson is in receipt of a J .
p.again at Park hotel and solicits a ahare tract of land he purchased lately on the letter\ from Mr. D. A. McAdoo, I&t''' .

f of optical work. Headache from eyestrain eastern shore of Lake Tohopekalfga Coates, Kan., wherein that gentleman I .
a cured by Dr.: Davis. 33tf and Mr. and Mrs. Dickerson and sot states his two daughters will arrive ..
', spent last week camping on the site here on the 28th, for the purpose of w 'ys
'f' Read the appeal on the front page of which is next to the Whaley farm, and tering our public school and that en-I
:; '. this issue and see if it does'nt convince : report a most enjoyable time. Mr. and will\ desire board In a private ,

you it is your duty to attend the meetIng I Mrs. Keep and two children arrived until such time as he and his family can ,
i of the Board of Trade' on Monday here two weeks ago from Pittsburg,' come here, which will be in the late fall /

:0 Ight. Pa., making the trip In an autemobile.NNaNNaNNqapqNa or early winter. j '
Kis
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.. . Land Company ,: .
'n Mrs.XX L. Goodrich who arrived at r. i
aNWMMA\aNMa\aNYN\ 11as \.. StnCMud last week from Carruthers- .<*

vale Mo., was a most pleasant. caller I 1
tR Special attention :ivento the regulation at the Gazette office last *
DR. R J. on Friday i '
R, CUNNINGHAM, of c.hildr,8ll't, teeth. MravGoodrichj. stated that her husband j J: E. MAnOCKS'Vfce-PieSfcfent" Manager :.

y Gas and local anaesthetic given! had made her promise before leaving C - :
for the extraction of teeth' home that she would call at this office : l *>, "" I
# and meet the men who printed this '

}: -_? DENTIST Examination, advice and estimates wonderful paper as ha considered it KISSIMMEE - -_ FLORIDA '4: r ,
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would as soon do.'without his meal as .. :' to, .
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.iumun71AI.Ituu.r9 OPEN EVHNINGs .-- without Qa..e Valley Gazette. Mr. Goodrich ,
n flttlrrlEr : log :who; owns one of the handsomest . .' '- ,'
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<:JDsceola) Title e PROSPEROUS, 'FLORIDA, ,,#

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fads About Our Fruit and VegetableProduction. Y r ,
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P Guarantee Company "
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J. t : 'Cabbage is selling at, top-notch. .k

O. P. QARRETT, Manager.. prices right now. '' 1\sl DOORS :
"u J i "' AND .
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5 Real estateTitles In Planting shade ,trees why not -.. -- -" .
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examined: and: reported on, plant the pecan or,the camphor. gAYI ,'. :t : "-

Taxes paid for non-residents . , 4, .., -. ...
real estate ,
Instruments relating to Up at Tallahassee tfiey"call 60-pound
J carefully drawnCorrespondence squashes "North Florida, oranges." .

L .: Solicited. : ...

;j- ----- - - At Gainesville was exhibited a stalk THE WISE .
of Sea Island cotton which had over 200
bolls. The stalk came from a 200-acre ONES' KNOW In order iKiiakfc room for t a'

W.O.BASSWholesale cotton field of the Padgett Futch .com Our parlor is the best the host )largo shipment of new ,
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pany. up-to-date. the most complete .
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and Retail '
The first bale of Sea Island cotton Pool ParlorNo '
Dealer ir. was sold at Live Oak last week at 10 SASH AND DOORS
M m cents a pound. .SSuwannee county old-fashioned tables, cues- .
Fresh 'Beef Pork and farmers are raising 1,500 to 2,000' uptodate is the only word that sizesus ,. .
this improved
acre
pounds by
per year
methods of cultivation. up and we'd like to have you we offer all our present stock
.' drop in and confirm it for yourself.
<
Mutton Popular prices. of this lino of goods ,
The new settlers of St. Cloud are _..
planting eucalyptus trees. The eucalyptus '
y' 'PHONE 4-i.. trees set out by the governmentlast H. .E. BRYAN
. '. fall at various stations in the state .: .A GREAT REDUCTION
tennefih are doing well except those ravaged. by
the grasshoppers. "
W. S. HARWELL for the next :30 days. I 1- i l1

I D. BuMe < If there i is any solace in the following ..
the truckers are welcome to it: REAL ESTATENotary .4- Iq
Moorestown, N, J., farmers' sold beansat ,
twenty cents a, cart load! on a 50 Public at targeOfloe
per cent commission basis. Beans at
BARBER: SHOP ten cents per cart load is poor picking.: over iloberson's -Pharmacy OSCEOlA
KISSIMMEE. FLA. I HARDWARE CO. t

Bananas are ripening!', guavaa are
Cold Drinks & Cigars I plentiful; tomatoes, cabbage, roasting S. L LUPFER Manager ..r.'i .
I ears, eggplant, okra, beans, cow-peas
Kissimmee Fla J are still with us Alligator pears are Artesian Wells j
getting cheaper. It is sure good to
live in Florida where there is live to DRILLED :
fifty kinds of ripe fruit on the market, ,
,-' . ._ locally grown, all the time. "ANY DEPTH I. ,
ANY BIZ&:

J. W. THOMPSON\ Last year there were no associationsin 25 years experience. I
Manatee County. This year there
will be associations at Bradentown, First-Class Work Guaranteed.

Manatee, Oneco, Terra Ceia, Sarasota MAGAZINE EDITION 25 CENTS EACHWe
fall at the Lake house after C p. m.
I FUNERAL DIRECTOR) and other points. The co operativeidea or writeW.
is spreading( and within a year or
"h' andLICENSED two the majority of the orange growers F.
Kissimmee
HAMILTON : Fla.
will be shipping through the Ex still have a few cooies of the Special
1L EMBALMER: Magazine Edition of the, Valley Gazette, so you had better get In

change. .. 4, ,.1 .,your order now before S they are all gone. Finest. souvenir of Florida. Osceola County and Kissimmee.

(Opposite Courthouse "Here's to You, Dad" -- -- -- ----
1- _
r FLORIDA We happened in a home the other 4'
KtasiMMEB I day, and over the parlor door saw thelel1.nd
: worked in letters of red "WratJs .
-- Home Without a Mother Across
.
I the room was another brief, "God Bless
R. S. RAINS Our Home." .
Now, what's the matter with "God .
'Ik TAILOR SHOP Bless Our Dad?" He gets up early, '
' I cut and make clothe. to_ a/nan's: lights the-fire,'boil 'an egg, And wipes' """ "* f '
"measure. 1 (do*theJ>ost ,steam cleaning off the dew of the dawn with his boots '

; !. in town. I dye any color. I do while makes many the a weekly mother hand-out is sleeping.for the He J A Statement 2 s -
kind of repairing. I clean Hats. -
any butcher, the grocer, the milk man and
I I have two of the best Tailors in the baker, and his pile is badly worn beforehe
{+ :, South. My place of business is in rear has been home an hour.If .

: Of J. H. Redditt's Jewelry Store. 1 there is a noise during the night Some Claims and
Dad is kicked in the back and made togo .
PHONE NO. 210 down stairs to find the burglar and I
kill him. Mother darns the socks, but
CALL ME AND I WI! COME FOR .
Dad bought the socks in the first place,
I YOUR CLOTHES. and the needles and the yarn afterward. V
Mother does up the fruit; well Dad I A Challenge :
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bought it all, and jars and sugar costs : / :
like the mischief.
4: Dad buys the chickens for the Sun-
j. S. II. BULLOCK day dinner, carves them himself, and [ "
draws the neck from the ruins after '
everyone else is served. "What ia : Statement: .
REAL Home Without Mother T" Yea, that . : S ;. ,;
ESTATE is all but what ia home withouta "' .' "
..NNNNINSURANCE. . . .. .. .. . . .. father right? ;Ten chances to one it's a ?._. The'Florida Citrus Exchange hereby announces that it has averaged for the growers affiliated with' , __ +
boarding house, father is under a slab S the Exchange a higher price-net on the trees-.for their oranges shipped through: the Exchange? this :/0-1:,: ::,' .. ,.
and the landlady, is the widow. Dad, '. season; than any other marketing: agency in the'State of Florida, has paid an average to its.growers. for''<' I t\1: "' .
icre's to.you-you've gotyour faults "of similar.grade pack and quality. '
' Examination of Titles a you may have lots of 'em-but you'reall oranges ,
right, and we will miss you.when .
I, Specialty.' you'no gone.--Ex, Some ClaimsCLAIM :;


t ;; Correspondence Solicited. From the 23rd Sams. No. 1-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it has ban'. citrus fruits, from time

1. My wife is my boas. I shall not of loading on cars until delivered at destination, including all charges of sch.n4.. (which include broker-

deny. age, auction charges, salaries, telegrams, and every expense of whatever nature and kind incurred in
.2 She maketh to to lie down
behind the bed when me swell company selling such fruit) for less actual charges to. the grower owning said fruit, than any other marketing I

i Time to'plan your comes, and she leadeth me behind her agency in the State of Florida. I (
up Main street. CLAIM No. 2 The Florida Citrus Excharfge claims that it has obtained from the purchasers; in the I
SUMMER VACATION 3. She restoreth my pocketbook after \J market places of(jthe United States a higher price for the citrus fruits handled by the Florida Citrus Ex- .
j she has spent all of its contents for
x 4 ON TilE BEACH hobble skirts and theater tick"to, and change during the: season of 1910-11)< than has been obtained by any other marketing agency in the State + ,;

Writetd' she leadeth me in the main aisle at of Florida for fruit of similar grade and quality, sold at'the same times. "
church for her new hat's sake. CLAIM No. 3-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that today its packs and brands stand higher ; i ;'

: 4. Yea, though I walk more than with the trade that purchases and sells citrus fruits in the markets of the country than the packs and ,' "
half the dark
RS. A. S. LENINGTON night through rooms
I" with a crying baby, I will get no rest, brands of any other marketing agency in the citrus deal in Florida, for fruit of same grade and quality. :
Daytona Beach, "Fla., for she is behind me. her broomstick CLAIM No. 4-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it .is the only agency operating in the I !i

but and comfort her hatpin me.they do everything else citrus deal in Florida that renders an honest, intelligible account sale to its shippers, in that it is the only S i

For terms of rooms! 5. She prepareth a cold snack for -S S agency in Florida that states on its account sale the actual date and place of sale, the actual amount of I --

and board me, then maketh a beeline for an aid money received for the fruit sold, the name of the purchaser; and plainly states all deductions of every I "
REASONABLESILVER supper. She-anointetti my head with nature and kind from the gross proceeds of the sale, which enables the grower to readily and intelli- '

runneUf he rolling over pin with occasionally.the bundles My before arms gently check back to.see whether he has received an honest accounting or not.

BEACH she is half done with her shopping. CLAIM.No. 6-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that no agency for the sale of citrus fruits,
t r> LODGEon 6. Surelv her dressmaker's and operating in Florida, actually handles the fruit of its patron for total gross charge to the grower of I ,

Ocean Avenue millinery bills shall follow me all the 10 cents a box-or anything near that sum-include all costs of handling of whatsoever nature and
days of her life, and I will dwell in the
Beach front, eastern exposure house of my wife forever.-Yellow kind ; including brokerage, auction charges, commissions, salaries and other elaborate and undetailed expenses "
11 : Jacket. AS MANY GROWERS HAVE BEEN,: MISLED INTO BELIEVING. .
,
"- CLAIM'No. 6-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it is the only marketing agency operating ,

--- _-._- -----_. --- New Hotel for !Sale or Lease.' 5. 5 in citrus fruits in Florida thai pays in full to the growers for whom it ships, all of the claims it col- a .. I

t flORIDA' New Hotel, located in one of the fast. lects from transportation companies for loss, damage and overcharge. o .
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
est growing towns In' the state. This .
loteils only 75 feet distant from the 1
Beautiful winter home sites situatedin depot, located in new brick block, contains A Challenge. :;
the Lake\ Rea'fonoJ Florida. 26 rooms above, with refreshment \
N i 'trucking and Farming Lands in I largeor and dining room on the ground floor. The Florida Citrus Exchange hereby challenges any marketing Agency operating in the State of Ii w
Furniture ami fixtures all
i' smal;tracU. uprto-date. Can be leased are for new a period and Florida to disprove any of the six foregoing claims.-not by mere expartestatements, but by positive 1

CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY of five years, with "privilege of five proof backed up by evidence, to be submitted three unprejudiced, unpartisan growers and operators 1
years additional. Splendid opportunity of experience in the State of Florida ; and we will suggest as nominees for this Committee of Arbitra
4J ";' List your property with me for quick for a first class hotel man to secure a of whom affiliated with
p 1 business tion three men well known throughout the State, none are the Florida Citrus .
': salt. that will pay from the day of
opening. A large \number of traveling Exchange, or have any leaning or partisanship therefor,-to-wit: "
men visit this place every day in the MR. KIMBALL C. ATWOOD.
H. M. Breaker & I I
Co.
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!" : :, ists year during, and the the town winter is filled mifnths.with tour-Full MR J. H. PRESTON, t.\
a'
'W. '"BOK 175 KISSiMMBE. FLA. particulars to interested persons. Callon MR. H B. STEVENS, '.- '

., ), *us early' if you are interested in a and we will select aa our Expert to check up from the books of any accepts: : of this challenge our Cash. _. t :\,
\ show proposition the of this kind and we will ier, Mr. Charles Q. Harness, who is to have just as free access: to the books and records of the challeng J "f.
you piqperty.
-;[ : H. M. BREAKER & Co., ing party as the representative of the challenger shall have in inrexdgatinf; our books and records I .) j
LY'm X DOZOR 34-tf Kimimrpee, Fla.,

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:: subscribers a list of over four hundred __ It All. Sy
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book. by the best authors, any or all of \
.A Real Estate ,which you have the privilege of reading S
for only 12, which secures a ,single I ..
membership, or $6 for a family mem- '
benhip. Capt. Trench the librarian, I
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r the above amount. Library in State I ... JVi. ; '* -. .
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FRUITFUL t '",. Invest' ."Buggs dropped'1'Into:town_the other . .

;' .\ p INVEST v -efWbepyou' peculate on mar" da f"whatt' t Don't know,BuggsT. '. '" : RAVESJHARDWARE H'i

gins >ou are like,the fellow' I Why. he' is a pessimist The first

. holding on'a'bear's tail as* it: and original! package of unadulterated' : '
t .rum around.a.tree-if', '' you: teiainalscn conforming to the require., : : p

/ bold the bear will menu of. the,pure food law- anabaoutely ,' .
( 'lose'your pure brand of unreflne.andcrpde ', .. : 1t' 1- ;.
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... get you. Invest in real estate.It waBiBnu* Pessimist II'' the Latin word ... ', -- .. "'"' 1
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is th*,,true basis of wealth for a knocker, an ,Impediment. this. .. 0 r
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and if you want to playa sure path t>f progress. >, '
: .' I \r *'Well. as I sad"" before. he droppednto - $ ,
-game, town. 0 '.. > ,
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\ Boy Land that Produce TLinxr "Hallol Where did froVqT" ., .. '. ( ,
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vf f- you come .. \ FURNITURESTOVES PRICES [
I' V BUILDING"
We have land of flits kind "What
ml.iOOtu.t Ad sale are you dgingt'v"Oh .
for in Osceola county ..just knocking around. .<. p : NQ \ RIGHT MATERIAL: ,' ; ""I
That did not surrrise me. That I is.Suggs .
all "right. He 'knocks around
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the state, knocking everything .be '. ,
knocks against.
PARK QARDEN,land are'the kind ,of investmentsthat "Talking about vltrifled pricks, how's I ,

pays, because first, they are the richest lands in this an the folks in Klisimmee T" he asked. OILSI '<"
Now, that I is like throwing! rocksi} or PAINTS '
excellent need but little if AND
vicinity, produce crops, and any
a brick rather, at a glass house,,for .
fertiliiing, and the fact that'.it is in the "ARTESIAN Belt'1 iuggs knows I am sensitive about the :

' and can have fine flowing wells r-o that your crops need not town, and of course. while the strtets : ..
"{ suffer in case of dp weather, makes your farming and truck are notjaved. yet they soon will be.I t
however" but I re- PHONE.60
growing doubly sa e._ _
.. olved to treat his sarcasm' diplomat .-
really. Ii
These lands are capable of producing three crops per I ventured to remark, though, that

annum and their fortunate location, having,o'ver a mile: of he was not the only knocker in Kissimmee !\ .

f lake front, and the county road on the west, and an excellent and suggested that he look around ,
stream on the north, so that if desired, can run Sown this and watch them knock up the new '> '

" 1 stream to, lake and to city dock, makes it decidedly desirable buildings.the new If jail they L.would had.been.nave sent workingon him What the Kidneys Do'heir '
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to own some of this l rich fertile Park Garden land and we sell there. In my opinion, that Is where I
on mpst favorable terms of payment to those not in position. Juepri belongs, anyway. .

.i'.. to pay cash, so that all can have a chance to own some of lie could not see any activity, business Unceasing Work Keeps Ut Strong' Ideal Fertilizers
otherwise since last visit '
Or his ,
these valuable lands while they last.0 Crops have been produced and declared there would soon be alump. and Healthy. .

I ): on these lands that pay a larger income per acre than All the blood in the body passes I h

,/1 many acres of good farming lands in the North, and when you This phonographic record of Buggsa through the kidneys once every three S I 'S

figure three crops per year, you can begin to, conceive what well worn service through for the, having last five seen years continuous , minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. Best .

can be accomplished on these fine lands. and still in use. 'heywork night and' day. When .
He said "Good stated that To gain a place on regular list a formula must not <
bye, and healthy they remove about 600 grains of pur only pro-
V/e invite close and can' convince
inspection, anyone, this was the last time we would see duce results, but results With a PROFIT. The user of fertiliser d }
I who will takethe pains to investigate that here is the place um. The town was strictly no good. impure: matter daily, when unhealthy considers the effect on pocketbook-the REAL result
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for safe and profitablle investment. Price of these lands are Now, many a citizen might have con- ,some part of this impure matter is left IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the right effect for it works ' '

$100 l per acre, and if necessary, will allow time to make most- signed him to the place the Kissimmeefire in the blood. This brings on many dis- with Nature. The preference of each class of vegetation for its-
interest department has not tackled yet. eases and 8y'mptoUls-pain in the back, ;source of plant food is carefully studied as well as the proper proportions '
all the from the produc'ion of the soil. Low rate -
money to perfect balance-no lack
before I give waste.
but as I said resolved to treat no
' and possession of the headache, nervousness, hot, dry skin, . With
on deferred payments. you get him-diplomatically. proper application of proper food, vegetation outgrows
lands at once and can go right business, don't-have. to wait 'Going; to heaven, Buggs?" I asked. rheumatism, gout, gravel disorders of diseases and Insets to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous.'
.tp pay for it before having full use of it sor farming. "No," he answered.'Well the eyesight and hearing, dizziness, irregular produces fruit that is pleasing to the eye and palate and brings, l
I thought you might be." heart, debility, drowsiness, financial returns pleasing to the grower. .
If lower'priced lands: are desired, we have plenty of it, "'Uh! huh!" he grunted. dropsy, deposits in the urine, etc. But Do not lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly'balancedplant ) ( i
"Yes. it's the only place I know of food from Improper sources. IDEAL stands for PROFIT.Call t
improved or unimproved,_ as may-be desired, we believe we better than Kisaimmee." 'If you keep the filters right you will on' our local agent
can please arrjrTeSsonable< minded party who wants a home or With a disgusted look on his lugubrious have no trouble with your kidneys. '

investment in the great state of Florida. Good lands will countenance, he turned and shuffled Mrs. J. L. Beaman Lake street, KIBBimmee WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO.

soon be scarce and it behooves you to ,get busy and secure towards" the depot, muttering" Fla., says: "1 have taken or address ."
'Nother booster!
some of the good property that can now be had. Doan's Kidney Pills and have found
Wilson J -
them beneficial. 1 obtained this fiToomer Fertilizer Coy
We invite correspondence, and give best,of references. very Florida "
THE
CITRUS EXCHANGE
remedy when suffering from kidney and

bladder trouble, and it brought me so

much relief that I feel justified in re-

Had Best Exhibit at the Orange commending it. I know that Doan's II I II I

Nelson Realty Company County Fair. Kidney Pills can always be relied upon." I .
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ctl!. I

The biggest advertisement that Or- Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,sole The S'i
OVER CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ange county ever had was, the. Orange agents for the United States. -
countyfatr'held last February, at a 5' 5 -
SURPRISE
Remember the and
time when thousands of tourists antf name-Doan's- Call and see my line: ;
; investors and homeseekers were here. take no other "
The citizens of Osceola have probably DRY GOODS SPRING GINGHAMS
ANNUAL EXCURSION I builded wiser than thryC really knew : '
when they organized their fair association I wrtlTll GOODS
a few days ago>'he best exhibit The Home Bakery ManTakes STORE *
t TO at the Orange county fair was the EMBROIDERIES ,
fruit exhibit of the Florida Citrus Exchange .

; from Orange county. This was this opportunity to thank MRS. E. L. PEARCE LACES: ; ETC; .

: ST.' AUGUSTINE was admired made by attractive thousands by of washing people.and It the good people of this city for 1'

and fine and their liberal patronage and would
brushing packing the'gen
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Beaman .
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eral don't also take this to that Building r .. ,
inquiry was "why you ship means say I -
: MONDAY SEPT. 4TH such looking fruit north to ?" <
f.; us our limited facilities for making \1 11ST. 1t

--VIA- s--- and The rude little affairs packing without house in cleaning the grove or, goods wjll prevent (for awhile)"our . ,, ', .1 "" '. ,.
7 washing device are, Obsolete. Fruit general delivery to all parts*of tlje'dty.

dealers as well aa the consumer want .. Quality and variety will be :

LINERATE nothing but the best pack apd in a sanitary maintained. always. Qur.nice, B'ASS
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condition. Our Winter Park .
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\ house not only offers all' the latest 'HOT ROLI'S: and BISCUITSAlso ,, :
modern facilities, but gives the grower
non KISS1MMEE $2.25 the benefit of its excellent brands and lllOT\< BREAD

prices will jn call all on markets., the growers The of undersigned Kieaim; will be ready mornings and afternoons I'CON'RACTOR and BUILDER ,

":_ Special Tralii will leave Kissiininoc at 1:30: I'. M. mee and vicinity shortly and go into and a nice variety of PIES I M
the matter'in detail, or drop us a card. and CAKE- Parties and Wadding
ORANGE Co. CITRUS SUB-EXCHANGE, a specialty. Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates ,
'Tickets on Sale Sept. 4th, Final Limit Sept. 6th. L. D. Jones Manager; on Structures of an- size or Dimensions, whether ?,,
WINTER PARK CITRUS GROWERS AS.SO. SMITH it be :Two-Room Cottage Tourist'HoteL. r
34tf H. Bourne, Manager. A. a --or a .
For information call on or write to 7t,
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DARLINGTON "AVENUE' Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS 'Ii L
W. C. GILBERT, Ticket Agent, or Scales! on Ice Wagons.The .i\
in which he has met with the
greatest success ;; ;;I ;f
4- Y. R. BEAZLEY. T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A. attention of the public is directed of any man in Florida.. { I .,
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' TAMPA. FLA. to the fact that it is the desire o f Go'to B. Dickerson for anythingyou ;.. "
... the Kissimmee Ice and Cold S*.()rape;
. want in the following: Give him work "w
_. . furnish your
its with
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Lime I 5 less done.Kissimmee
bbls. time 1.10 1.15
will be well and quickly ',
the very best of service and to -charge; a
load Dev.
special prices on car
for the of ice sold therefore J Ma
N. Saunders only weight -' bbl. '
George 96c. Cement $50, sacks 65c. ;
all purchasers who are in doubt Q.Iito Pateht plaster 1450 per ton. -.\."!I
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the weight; of the ice are requestedto ".
Laths 4.00 per 1000. Cypress J

Ic .cj BOAT BuiLDER pair have of scales same being weighed; placed by the on every driver delivery e., shingles 5.001000;3.75 plastering per-1000.; hair No.50c 1 bush hart; j ..............-.............-..................-..---. -.,..... .- 0j ",,

I wagon for that purpose. fire brick 450 100 less I 5c each i '
per ; WHAT IT MEANS I IA I':
for "FERRO"
Agent Engine 34-41 R. T. BUTLER, President. cemt brick 11.00 1000. -.. iio'' .
r KISSIMMEE -- _.-- Building Block.: aids walk tile, drainpocket Many pen le dl)Dotlrnow what a BaD"'.Capital. ..tor.Or the 41<<.,-* ill $'
TM1 eNWNa TM.T M.eT.en NIG..A FLORIDA *. foundation bloclca and other i sweet a bank of little pr no capita and ODe with a large oapitsL '
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thinjra too numerous to mention. It will
... pay you to rt my price before buying- I BANB'EICAPITAL AND SURPLUS' ., t
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< Sprigg FlemingCLEANING = I. the fund that protect the depmllon from bee, therefore the .. "
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the 'I{
\ B. DICKERSON, Cmtmtsr lid 'IUdll' I = greater protection the daponltora haTe Thus bank .kai a(1(

' 4 ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter ParkOLDEST .j Capital. ofHarplni fund of '. '.::':: ;'. ..::.::.::::. .:::::wFueM aIIOo I :: 1- J.

= !>&ockbold..llabIlU, ,.. ...... ..... .. .4... 60.00000 .. t .i1 f

".,,' COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA PRESSING I s- A total of .. .. .. ..... .. .... ..... ... ..... 126.000-00 r"l '
Academy, Music, Expression Fine Domestic i Thus means that we'me.t .lose '$
College Arts, DYEING "d : f i .12. OOO'OO before our depositor.could lose'' oJ'1
and Industrial. Arts, Business,Normal" Course I i cont. This protec'IOD I. 'or YOU a .:;:

.....-.,.., protection Twelve buildings, finegmua.lam four dormitork-n., no tnalHrln.'HI,ferula quarter rooniF niillhm,ntenin dollar heat endowment., electric light REPAIRINGave r"f 5 I STATE BANK OF J KISSIMMEE A 't.

"". Four teacher orrauHir! teen organ a dnaen. pianos two ..I...club.. chorus clam f = -or- ., '
iirb forthulnr.s8ehoollull. word at house and : .\\
new banking equipment _
:X'\ ronmn Burroughs adding my clothe 14isaw/MMatt. P :: .iOA. I 11 .
>b, machine,type wrter., two inatrurtorB next Yf-ar. will be called tor and returned. = ,
New chenInal and .h.lr.1 1.lm"'lorl". equipped I with every modern device; in- = C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LKBVloaPrwldent ..
1*. B.
CARBON .
i alr-. of.0U., fertilisers, foodM, water; preperauou for englneert"cou....... Realty bought and sold. 9 = ITenldenl %

year Lako,' hamplnna, banting ol, wllnmlng Mtate In bm, golf ball.ttunli, foot ball, basket. ball; four con.ocutlve Satisfaction Guaratiteec Houses rented. y s aaafagaaaaaNwagqaae............................-...".CaUUar.......!! ,, '!
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.. Cbrlntlan but undenominational; eiproei moderate; aeholarihlni available. .. Taxes paid and Titles ver- < 'f<
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% For Cetah.guel.ddresa WM. P. BLA KMAN Ph. D. LL. O. President.EVERY --- ---- 53i
j ified for non-residents. F
L. cC..A.JLJST.EEB:1es1n'1.nee.s, : a t)
i: Fire, Life and Accident Inf '
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tJ '):'Vell Driller: '4 Indemnity Bonds: GLENN- REAGIN

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-: SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES is prepared drillARTESIAN- """ .A. ."U""" .

ADVERTISERS ).'
!"' SUCCESS THE SAME .WAY'- WELLS - ;':,/, .,,

.t BY SAVING in section of Honda. C. W. rK.'J: ;
MONEY any Griffin
I' . .. We prepare and place copy .J ..

3 f Do you want to be successful Start saving: now. Put your money in We compile and print booklets ..;;.
We sell CALENDARS, 'Signs,Bulletins ,r"; f w t

, t; CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE Ten Ability Drilling years is to a ot produce Guarantee successful the of Well best my FAMILY, Groceries Boards Celluloid and Advertising and Alluminnm.Novelties in Leather ,' i'-'Iv l;..


results. _. .0 ,, -.

.. We have more Savings Accounts than'any other Bank in ' -AND" '

Osceola County. WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS.
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TWO AND' FOUR 'INCHWEULS I FRfiSH: MEATS
: A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procured H --"
A SPECIALTY .. LONG DISTANCE; PHONE 29": "" "t
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do at .
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, -----t --. Delivery Every Day at Any Hour TAMPA SUITE46'FLORIDA j

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BANK .OP TAMPA BUILDINQ'(; "

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I J ., Breese The-Improvements are belnel'\llhed be'obtained.Within on a* Cape rapid-. Cape, Breeze on the Shore of Lake Tohopekaliga; LOT i.9: : ;; 6Oxl85 8IZ1 :: : :: : PR1b 00 ;:

Ij M material can , .
a. 1..1 .'. .. 400
s *rL.oUm ., . 6Oxl85 .. .... 400 4
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another the lake*,' "'." .. r '" .cNN; rrl. '. -- . Ii ..., ....4soxlss ,.. .. ";:\" 400
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r g" ''wall shall be' well begun unless \ 'f' ':-1.-J ....), ... r ,1 6 't "'if. 6Oxl85 .. .yr.t", 400 1

railroad delay and weather con* 1- ,I "1.1"; ' :. 7..i., ... 6Ox185!. ... H' 400

) ditions interfere.We . q . I:8, ,....... 6Oxl85400 ;
.. ; .,.. 'Sl5xl85..I. 1500 '
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a R "" ,M" "" '. 650 '
.. 10 .+ . IOOX110.1r.. l
,4 0" 0 0 r'. flylis" Mt4J'S { ; "
expect 'to finish the 'wall flrJ rrc .. ., O Cavvcb wwreh vJ' ; 1. 11...,.wt. ; I00x1l0...... ... 650, Ij'i'
r" within mix weeks. : \ ., ,. .tJ No',An.......I r .: I.. '.. ,;"r'; '.'..' 12.+. .. . .1. l00xl10 ". i.f ., . 650 i I'

.. .. ". ;. "" CNwNCV .13'.i I ,' i''.' f..A.,," ,, 14.I00xl10.. : .; . . .. 760 '
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: . . .. 750 '
:) machinery ,' 15..100xl10.
5 r Our dredging is to be -for operation 0"1) .. Q ' ', ' ... . . . 100x110. ."" " 750 :''" 1\

when the lake Wall U completed. ', ... .Iu.... . '- ,. ,,_ .. :..:. : \ 18.. . . .. l00xl1G- . ..'...' 7"" if!,;..
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--. "' 19 'SOLD ...
't machinery it.Thla will deposit 180 IforN '{ .. 20 . : . . .76x10 . . . . 600 'I

{ ., cubic yards of dirt per hour; or a Awl {] S 21. . :. . 75x150'. .... ... . 600 i' .
l c/ Q rina+: 75xl60. . . . 600
4820 cubic yards per day. .ws/ M + ; 22 . . . . ; .
F J. C.rwi 23. . .. . 75xl50. . . .. 500
---'---- 8Nee9w1r 24 . . . . 75x160. . . . 600

There are approximately 200, . . . 75xl50. . . . 600
r' 000 cubic yard to fill, which will . ', I SOL D

require 48 day of dredging.: Q 2 oov sew .J..... /, J t : L .oo. ... 75x150. . . 600 4,
L
. 600
.. Cd. V. .04 6""S'h .oo. . 75xl50. ..t. .
f r s B-1 Mac>wt hJJPLAM ; Hnl_ OHnJ .' 29 . . . . 75x1 . . . . 650 '.
leave
This
4 dredging-will a deepwater
0 . . . .' 600
e Roam 11 : ; 30 . . . . "
front that will be unrivaled J.J.fnt
c O > . . 600
t .
,, a N 31 . . . 75x150. .'
for. boating and bathing'pur.08el. C '.Iff.,M#/... I "6ar.w Ew . . . 75xl50 . . . 600 !
in 93. . . . . 76xl50 . . . 600
l ---- 34 . . . ... 75xI5O. . . 600

The prices of Cape Breeze lots 85 . . . . 75xl50. . . . 650 t tL'S

at present are actual value of w 36 . . 75x10 . . . . 700
t land plus cost of improvements 'C:: !- y IL 87 '. . . 75xl50. . . . . 700

n that we are to make. II. Z::::: t p P! 2# ' -A8. . . . 75xl O. . . . 700

4 -- .c 2 39 . . . . 75xl50 . . . 700 ,
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40 SOLD
4 y We lay all sidewalks and curbs 0 .i S 41 . . . 75x150. . . . 600

p and marl the streets throughout 42 . . . 76xl50. . . . 550 ,"
4 f and leave each lot ready for F2 k 2 43 SOLD

building upon. kr 44 SOLD ,
2?
f #7 45 . . . 6Oxl60. .. . . 650 'y

+ 3 \ 46 . . . . 6Oxl60 . , 650 ;
Zf
i There are 28 Iota that do not Jay st f .. f ff 47 . . . . 6Oxl60. . . . 650 ..4,
need filling, and several of them o
sold. ... +w.o f Jo n 48 SOLD I'NA4f0 .
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are already .,_
--:- LANE La 49 S OL D '.

le ..i'L 50 . . 76xl65. 650 .t tbl
If you are at all interested take City DocJY r f : : : 75xl65. . . . 600 "

i this paper with you and walk out v .si ..s4'1. art .f- $3' rc z J2 N 52 . . . 76x165 , 60076x165 I
to Cape Breeze Sunday afternoon // 53 .. . . . . . 600 ,!
1 and see for yourself what we are "' li! 33 : 54 . . . . 75xl65 . . 600 ----
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doing. -S ::0:::s: 55 . . . . 75xl65 . . 600
t /2 1l.I' m JF 56 92xl65 . . . . 800 .\
--- "of CAPE_ BREEZE U 'J I.z CJ sf 4n s 57 . . 125xl65 . 800 r-rand

Of course our present prices b8. . 76xl65 650 l
P : will be raised as improvements central part of 13 6' rr rJf a 9 59. ,. . 76xl65 . 650 ;

go along. MISSIMMEE FLORIDA t- NE13E LANE \ 60' 76xl65 . . 650 ,
-- Iof- J. 61 76xl65 . . 60showing I

1 location of principal' building O I.S" 7Z y 62. . 76xl65. 650 :.,.
J Look ahead and buy your lot _, 63. . . 75xl65 . . 650
now while you can get it at the I$ a 64 . 700 u''

S lowest cost. Lot for sale b'j' K 7. Jf \ 66 IT .. 950 ;'

LUDLAM...... .MocDONOUGH. OWN-.RS / 7 66 . .'. : : : 900 --- :
.. --- t w. 67 . 100xI75. . 9W10Ux175. ''J
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In buying a lot on Cape Breeze 7 '1 e
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. 900
R you get a magnificent home place A beautiful laKe-frorrr. Ho,..,. -Slre;. /T 69 68 SOL 0 4; -"t1 A

I and you are doing your part to with i rvre ; P PP t p2 70 llOxlS3!: 1200 '" I
make Kissinvmee the most at- mpr-o"cme d' !/ 71 SOL D ,,1I

tractive town in Florida.LUDLAM. 72 . 14Dx180 uoo : I

73. . 6Ux180 . . 911060x18U ,

74 . . . . . 900 I
.. 75 . 8Ox18O tJOU ';'
S IPR w 76 . . 106x18O . 1200 1:

: dr 0: , gaul 77 . . toxI8O. 850 "71:
I ME RMpIO 78 . . . 8Ox180 . H50 .!J
< M'.DONOUGHO'VNEUS ..rrT7il"WllfI. mi/l1s, long ..10.., 79 95xl8O . . 11000otn

WlT7'err4/ .-r" Oy . 95x175 :
/ O'k d . . 95x1S5 100 ",

Gvef tTJ" Mexico $" ist . . 9Oxl32 10110 '

,, I MOOM 11 MTATm BANK BUILDING -1':-' 83 . . .1Wxtta. . 6/jO/ {.fJ9L.IGA

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FOR SALE-Good large lot,, choice location FQR SALE-2-room cottage and large MISCELLANEOUSWADE\ I FOR SALE-White Wyandottes (Du T ,e'3'

; splendid neighborhood; cash grounds;several bearing orange trees, I tin strain) ; $5 a trio; year old pullet
:.r Classified Advertisements or terms. Apply P. O. Box 376, KIs- plenty room for another house if desired the tuner, Orlando. $1 each. Pinedale Chicken Farm.
: simn.ee, Fla. 26-tf ; rented to pay over 12 per cent I'hoe 121-6 rings. 85-8t-pd.
on price "SNAP" for- some one ri. O. MEEK-Notary Public. 23-tf

FOR SALE. r desiring a nice home at an encouraging - -- .- ----- - -- LOST-Medium size pointer bird-dog. ; _
We also have 6-room AlTED-The sweetest thing out for snow white '"
price. a except ears td face
Advertisement< are inserted under this head at the rate of 5 Cents Orange Grove and t'arm.-We have 10 house with verandas and porches, your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy... which are liver color; white stripe,* "a

_r' ; per line each'insertion. -acre of fine: land two miles from St.. bath, hot and cold water, modem, freak f romtf aetory. Kissimmee Drug down forehead; small knot over righteye. ',

Cloud and about one mile from a sta- delightful view of lake, three block Company. 33-tf Answers to name of "Dude." >. ,',
tion about one-fourth of the place in from P. O. Easy payment plan. WiIl'pay $10 reward for information '

i ? I FOlt SALE"FDR' H. C. STANFORD: COo: are agents for good bearing grove, fenced and Cr IlS. We have fine cement cottage, 6 rooms FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bus leading to his recovery, S.W. Down' \...

i I. the..'celebrated, Hannan shoes for, fenced, two wells, rood stable and and' bath room; lake view,' on hard Market. No. 189. 19-tf ing, Kissimmee, Fla. 35-tfi. ..f
men. j 19-tf outbuildings, rest of the land fine for __ .
I ; road, great bargain. Come let us 1n I ,-
r SALE"-'Wood, '1.75 per strand farming and truck-growing. House show GET H. N. BRATTON to drive your FOR'SALE-Twent'-five acres of hammock -
d Howell Bass. Phone -. 85-tf FOR burnt down. This will make someone you. artesian well 43-tf.
bargains in resident property, 34-tf Nelson Realty Company. ------ -- land, located within 1'4 milesof
1 A PAIR of truck lands and orange -groves call on a fine little farm in good coun- -. -- -- -.- -. -_. FOR.dressed poultry, phone the Rull BartowV the county seat of Polk-
good, gentle work horses H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Flal: 4-tf try and on main traveled road. Closeto Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf county,,200 yards of good rock road. I'
for sale Ross Graves. 26-tf I FOR'SALE-Fine Pinedale farms of 5 "
l' cheap. : church. Price $1600. Terms if - - - Seaboard Ry. building; withIn mile
desired. acres each well located, good orange MUTTON fresh, fat and fine at the of 4
TWO desirable This land
resident lots in property.
KING very suitable for
Quality shoes for at Cash
men land and finest of location, just
very Rull Bass Market 19-tf
Store. 1-tf > Carson addition, each 50x164 feet. Fine Home Adjoining City Limits.23 outside city limits; owned by an Ills.. -- -. -. phone-- 18!>. growing any kind, of fruit or vegetabiee. ,.
r . { There are 16 bearing orange trees on acres adjoining I city limits, over man who is too far away to look after Men acres cleared and fenced,
CHOICE CrrTLOTS for sale at low these lots, under good new fence I 200 bearing orange trees, Japanese it, and i is willing to sell for $60 to $75 WOOD, per strand, $1.25; five strands with barn First offer of $f T 00 takes r
prices. See or write U. Fleming fork located close to the lake. $350 cash persimmo'ha and other fruits, 6-room acre and giv4" time on half if de 575. JCissimmee Lumber'Co.. 29-tf. it. W. It. Speer Orlando. )Fla. 46tj
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particulars. 40 tf ,I takes the two. See H. M. Breaker !I house, servants' house, two barns, sired. Good school and church privileges '
? j & (;0. :31-tf chicken house and excellent shade ANYONE anywhere can start a mail j WANTED
beauti- ))
1 _. ,- fine healthful location,
FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs/ . __ I ornamental shrubbery, and one of tie order business at home. No canvass
ful of and town.
view lake
'' t' male and female. to H. W. ing. Be your own boas. Send for free
Apply LOCATION'-
FINE delightful most delightful homes in this part of WANTED-You'to
| 34-tf Nelson Realty Company. see me for all .
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Boice, Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf home, 90x150 feet of ground, north- the country. Can look right down booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, of Real) Estate and Fire and kinder.-

I east front, beautiful view of the lake, Main street from front door, so con- Lock port, N. Y. surance. R.O.MeekKeaimmee. 23-tf r
FOR SALE-Forty lots in FOR SALE-42 about three and
one body. acre
block from'eourt school church
only one house, in venient to high good
Price so thaCoaoney can be doubled finest part of the city just the place markets, etc. Owned by a party, a half miles from Kissimmee, excel- WE-Are offering some Very desirable i WANTED--Position by a man thoroughly -
r within two years. A. Valley Gazette. for nice home in -good neighborhood. for sale at $4250. Terms if desired. lent land, mostly hammock land, very resident lots, located three blocks qualified to take charge of i
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4' ' 81tf Terms if desired. Price $750. Nelson rich and productive; about 7 acre J of from the Court House, on nice high truck garden or citrus grove. In-
Realty Co. 33-tf 11.22 acres adjoining city limits, part orange grove, over half of which is elevation, for $200 for inside and $250 quire at ,Valley Gazette oll e. 26-tf
A, FOR SALE-A 12ga. automatic shotgun .. excellent trucking; lands, balance fine' in beanng; finest of truckln and for corner lota. Alley in rear of all --- .
practically new inside and out. I for citrus fruits, fine orange trees on farming land; 3 flowing wells, 6-room these lots. Cash, or short time. Let --
r 4A t i First 22.50 get it. See it at ..Makinoon's. FIVE city lots on which i is located a either aide of this land, good deep house, good stables, lake front, with us show you these lots. H. M. Notice of Citation.lu .
4' R. G. Canova. 33tf nice new five-room cottage, fine view well just put down, considerable delightful lake breezes and nice view Breaker & Co: 24-tf the Matter of the K tale of C A.Cummings
__ of the lake, cool breezes. This lIee.ued.b.1 .
prop- fencing, 5-room house, just the place
4r I erty is located close to the proposed for a good home that will rapidly of the town'; owned by a Virginia man ,: 4srvh ; o'tI'fre: :; of Lslta.Ohlo; Del- '
FOR SALE-Eggplant plants $6 per electric grow who says sell. This property is cheapat AN intelligent person may earn $100 Cummings, , Ohio:; Jnrnbytnr- r
1,000; tomato plants, $2.50 per 1,000; line,-on high level lots. A ia value, and excellent school and t5000; terms if necessary. Same monthly corresponding for newspa- ,'I mlutfa Font, of Manihall Uhlo; Mary Wllllaina of .
< ready for delivery August 15th. Ad- bargain at $1600. Let us show you church privileges, good markets. man owns 390 acre splendid farmingand I pers. No canvassing. Send for par- Fred B Vlrriula: Fish/ of; Jennie Frump, of Litta Uhlo:
t dl" aa, New Eden Plantation, Mar- I this property.. H. M. Breaker & Co.31tf 5 acres, with large coiner lot adjoining, i grove land less than a mile from ticulars. Press :Syndicate::; B. 2245, other peraolia li.tereHlod Hartford.In ..hl.taLe.MIchiKnn 1 and nil

A'far COO_, Fla_ 32-tf fronting; town,, outside corporate limits city limits, also 45 acres of hammock Lockport, N.Y. pN.r; u bnforeMmh; the County: : ,Judgo cll d to ap*
beautiful view of city and lake, land which flowing wells can be of Oaceom
on County.
Florida,
FOR SALE-Fine' corner, close to the FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and excellent Healthful hreereu'from off I -had anywhere. Here is a great opportunity \OU-Are thinking coming to Florida Monday, the 2nd at day my of ortlce October lu KutNimmee. U. dell on '
depot and .business part of the city, : grapefruit grove, about three miles the lake, delightful place to live, an'd for good purchase. I Of course you want the best how ceuHe If any you have uhv p.the petition to
fine location for residence or business, from Kissimmee, on railroad. Will grow an orange and grapefruit grove 34-tf Nelson Realty Company. property for the least money. We of tratorof<]. F. I t'revatt. nuerlft ..ex-oltlclo aum\Dla- '
r lot 75x95 feet. Cheap $1260.. Nelson 'I sell at a bargain. Address W. H. and have all advantages of city-life; can fill your requirements, whetherit "eMil 100 of aid the hereinafter estate far an ilexcrlbed order lo lake poe- ..

Realty Co. 33-tf Arnold Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf yet enjoy the freedom of country. be a city Ipt, five or ten acre tract, for.the payment o*debta.ahould not be real granted.estate .,
t --- if desired. section of thous- l .t H. blo"k -.', of Eldorado
e - Price only $800. on terms FOR RENT a land or a twenty block 2 Hubdl1I.lou, ; lof 6. 'f
a FOR SALE-55 acres land near Winter FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit Several Pinedale 5-acre farms for sale and acre tract. Write us regardingyour If. of ,.of.Anbury'" C6II rarK nuudlviilou ;lot it. bloc* t:' I
Hill
Ha !:en- 43 acres young grove, 1600 grove with 250 bearing trees, where you can grow groves and build wants. Everypiece of property the undivided one-half"!{a Intorent Hubdimlon In id and '.
grapefruit trees, 500 orange, large five acres muck and ten acres pine you a home that has social and educational DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til sold at exact price placed on it by the Ill; of block 2. and lot 1 of block a lola, of 9 Kant, autL.nfbraiika ;

.t lake. Price $6000; easy terms. E. L. land In cultivation, thirty and one- advantage These 6-acre ter.ROOM'. owner. No padding of prices on illlliiboro Hembtn aub
t H">"".. Winter! Haven.Fla. 83-3tpd half acres unimproved land, fiveroombox farms are -valuable, and can be had FOR RENT-Cool) and pleasant.Mrs. property listed with us for sale. H. undivided Cuuntr.one-thrd: state Inter of;.Florida; In lot 12 Alao of the

\ FOR HONEST and square deals in all house good barn and well. The at from $250) to $375 per farm. Term Blenis Sumner M. Breaker" & Co. 24-tf ubdlvlalon I of the moth hair of anctloa t.h.28. f
Dennis corner
l township 2A: a., '
kinds of real estate, call on or write improved 'land all under good fence. if desired. Come secure a home be- I and Orlando, ave. 31 ERNEST L. GREEN SIGN WRITER itoMte lu the Cou range ty 2u of K 0".,knot....1. n Florida a. Eden and ,
1 W. H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf This property on the north side of fore all are disposed of. -Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I Wltpe my hand and anal of'the'aid Court .
East Lake, four miles from Narcooe- You can get fine Park Garden lands at FOR RENT-For cash or on ten guarantee all work. Let me figure et 1V11.Klailmmeo, Fie this 2)th day of A......'. ,I
sh.resl
14 JMNNAN SHOES are high class shoes. see, nine miles from Kissimmee. prices that will prove to be very "
best land three mile from with -on that job. P. O. Box OEO
you' F.
Call and see them. H. C. Stapford Price $4,600, $2,600 cash, balance one cheap when you learn their intrinsic acres PARKER '
town, has flowing well I. plowed and 139, Kissimmee. Fla. 16-tf .o m, Judge.
11 The best the O.F.KRIBBH,
Company. 19.tfEAU1'IFUL year. M. Breaker & Co. value. are always R..1. .
',
fenced. Apply to Cunningham, Attorney for
Adm Inl"trator.
and remember that "For
cheapest LOST-New umbrella, handle smooth 8.V41
v' lake front lot consisting FOR .SALE-163 acres, twelve acres tune follow the flow." We guarantee P. O. box.341. 27-tf almost square and bent at right an-, '_ 1ft I

; i of a half block, located in the best cleared, balance good pine land with flowing{ wells in Park Garden, and ROOMS TO RENT-Either single or gles. Think''' I probably set it downin' Notice of Master's Sale. ."*:
neighborhood in the city.' Will sell clay subsoil about 200 is the best and richest Notice la hereby glveu that '
; bearingorange It certainly en suite;, suitable for, light house some store and forgot it. Anyone a Final of tinder ind by vir- )
only to party who will improve it to trees on place. Four room truck )lands ia the country. Price keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simp- with a stray umbrella answering of sod under the seal of Forecloaure the rlrruil Court up upa :7
correspond with surrounding prop cottage, good barn and other out- $100 per acre. Terms to suit pur son 8-tf above description will confer a favor the .Keveuth JudlciaiClrcultothe8.teofFlml'' 4-
w erty. Full particulars and price to buildings. Located five miles west chaser. You can earn nearly all the '' by notifying the owner, S. W. Down- Ida tog in, In and. County in C'hanoery Bit
a of r tain
s interested party.' H. M. Breaker pf Orlando, on good clay road. For money on these land to pay for them. FOR RENT-Two JO-acre farm in ing. 32-tf wherein W. H. Max cauae Uoehnluf therein pending, and ;I
1 &; Co. 31-tf price, terms, etc., address Box 256 83-tf NELSON REALTY; CO. Park Garden; rich, productive soil; -- j-- ondenti Minx and Joel la Complainant, ?'
F, FREES ---+----- Orlando, Fla. 19-6mos-pd flowing wells Either ,-cah or for .NICE-Centrally located home onbeau the uiideralued .special are MarterV ReA/" "
; In
AND SHRUBBERY. For 'WE-Havellate<1 some of the most desirable hare of crop. Nelson Realty Co': 85-tf tiful corner lot, only three blocks the lbane.ry.1ll leiral a.ll at public outorr daring i;; '
aale
fruit trees,ornamental" trees or shrubbery HOUSE of seven rooms on large! lot: property the market, both from Broadway, house Is lighted door In the'b71fo {.:before. m the, in Court House -

of any kind write W. It. Speer, 408x208 feet with fine ahade trees, city and county, which we offer at FOR RENT-New Bungalow 5 room with electricity, has bath, toilet and County, on Monday,the iu.l day of said October OaeeoUi A. r'-
'k Orlando, Fla.. and get prices 34-tf good well. This property Is locatedon the lowest prices to be obtained. and large closet .plastered, electric kitchen sink new cement sidewalk; D aaUrn IDIl.-the wbeel vmael steamer called the "Jnanlm," bains'" I

P;. SEE King: Quality .hoei before buying. one of the marled streets right in There is no padding of price by ut lights; will be completed by September house contains seven rooms including forty-etren ton and a net of a prop tonnage
tonnaire of '
,
Cash Store. 1tfFOR the fastest 'growing section of the every piece of property BOld at exact lOth: located one block from High bath I room:. lot 120x160 feet, ex too twentyaeren '-. Y'
.city, and can be purchased for a abort price placed on It by the owner. School building; beat water. Alia tending to l -foot alley. We can Terms of sale, caah.
t , / SALfE-Several orange groves of i time for only $1700 half cash, bal Write u* your requirements and we fine orange grove for sale) 80 acres offer this beautiful home on very ARTHUR E. DOlEpA1PVANSAOREw6CRRWKORDnChauaery

f different sites..one of W'hlchh..SO, ance six and twelve mo ttha If you wlU do .our beet 'to please you, by I land, cottage, best wa'Wlj" packing reasonable terms. Full particulars r

+. ..": ....acre. of land and 6-acngrove, $3200; : desire a bargain see us quick. '< H. showing jut the kind of property!! :you -- house, etc... well located. BOX 846. to lnteres-t9dpartiaL H.. Breaker Daa..shie 17th for ComplalaanL ", .

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