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: September 8, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00506
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I pressed with this very brief insight! Into look. 'as though Kissimmee is considered

BAND r BOY SCOUTS something radically 'new In"America; ? One -of the best cities"on the'line- SENATOR' FLETCHER' "

but, if you have a boy this question of jI ,- Fair Stockholders by the officials, and la destined to. be

.. .fli t < \ whether be shall or shall not join the County come the metropolis of Inland Florid. '

',Will |Ic Organized, in This City '.on movement will be before you sooner or 'With Improvements. being ,,made Writes Enthusiastically of l the Action

later Therefor. It may be well to heed A meeting of subscribers for stock in the at :Cape Breete, and especially the

Next Friday Night by DrS.W., this article, and it will prepare* your "" building of the,sa wall, coupled with Taken ay'.Uae I Kissimmee. : Board "#

,Downing. mind.somewhat for the time when William Osceola County 'Fair ..odati.n is hereby this new .enterprise the A.JC. L/. of .Trade.:: .- -

rushes in and breathlessly asks called to meet in the Court House in Kissim- part, we can see no reason to prevent

If he."kln join the scouts!" Otherwise all lake front to-
you property owners Jolng
No organization of boys las eTerm.t mee on Monday September 18th at 2:30 p. : The foliowlnff letter from CoL: P. A.' ,
might think that Kit Carson, and wall the
you . building a along entire Vans
with such ready response as that of the rejuvenated, had' just dropped into m* for the purpose of effecting a permanentorganization. water front. Such a 'wall,would' [ letter Agnew/including a paragraph of,
a from
Boy Scouts, and today then is hardly .. Senator Fletcher anent
town and fired Willie'Imsginatlon ":- reclaim hundreds of of land that '
section in this country but what has a The time is short when the fair acres the action of the Board of.Trade In take i.i
Byron William. fcvould be.ome of the most valuable in
crowd of youngsters learning the thtogs j will be held, and prompt action on the part of the city, besides adding a beauty to Kis space in the Southern Commercial Con
that to make of them r\kV 'gresa building" Washington D. C.
are .Jeselfexplanatory
necessary ,
men and lovers of their nation. READY TO PAVE the people of .this county is necessary to makeit simmee" that would attract hundred. 'to : i i
come here and remain permanently.The .
Dr S. W. Downing for some time has a complete success.: simmer, September :I
Board of Trade is the
organization *
been collecting information as to the- As Soon as the City Adopts the .H, CLAY STANFORD to take this matter up, and Valley Dear Gazette Sir City. : .
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manner of procedure In forming an organization Following :
and has met with such success Necessary Regulations.Mr :$. J. TRITLETT, Temporary President. we hop that body of enterprising and from a letter from Senator ; ;

that he will enlist s company( next sCity's progressive men can see their! way! to do er, the president ofthe
J. J.. Brophy, general managerof Temporary Secretary. so at their meeting Monday night. '
Friday night, the meeting to beheld in the Citrus Southern railway, was in the mercial Congress, which you

his offices in Fraternity baiL Dr. Downing city a few days the past week and stated CITRUS FRUIT CROP lish' :

'says that he will have at least twen- that his company was now distributingties "Tils Is a matter which '!

ty-five boys In his company to-begin along the route of his road and in a liclty fa every direction that 1 1I.

with,.and u soon as the objects of the short time would begin grading and laying Property Values Will fe One of the Largest and Bestin Is.a good part of what we i

organization are fully understood, he Is rails. Many Years. complish by the exhibit. I

satisfied there will be a hundred youngsters In conversation with Councilman C. that your Board of Trade and ,

seeking admission Into the ranks. W. Dann, chairman of the street committee vTJisJtU scitrus' fruit crop for l9112b pie generally have new,

The following; description of what the Mr. Brophy stated 'that- his One Million Dollars more tlVan 1,000,000 boxes greater never will obtain, the same ;

Boy Scout movement means is published company stood ready to do Its part of than last seaaon'i, and fruit will be of benefit for the same amount

for the edification of Kissimmee mothers I paving Broadway just as soon as the city - more uniform and better color, par as you will .by providing ;

: had decided upon what character of paving An Increase Over Last ,Year of Three Hundred ticularly the orange crop, seems to be Jacksonville and Miami ." "

it Intended using and had adoptedthe the general impression among those taken a space each, and we
.. Mother, has the boy scout movement necessary regulations governing Thousand Dollars-Increase the Outcome of who have taken the trouble to make a had the proposition turned !

struck your'town? Well, it will striVe same. This will materially lessen the 'New Houses Built the Past Years.That careful study of the situation. It is ever it was offered You

it, and when ft doe. don't make Wil- cost to the city of paving this impor- thought, however that the grapefruit to work now and have )
liam and be glad for will be short to last sent to the
tease. Say yes tant thoroughfare, as under the Jaw crop as compared Southern .
the Boy Scouts America. like the Boy to Kissimmee has taken on a substantial lef. as it was the year previous. season's, but the orange crop will more gross, Southern Building,
property owners are expected
Scouts of England, Ii IS sure to become a one-third, that is, paying for the paving pay growth and has reached that There is,..some of the most desirable than make up the deficiency, and the D. C., in ample time to have

great factor in the betterment of the in front of their property one-third the stage where it is justly entitled to rankin property in this city that Is held merely entire citrus crop will be about 25 per by October 2. We will do

boy. In England the scout is respected distance across the street, and as the the city class, we have only to state :'for speculative purposes, the owners of cent more than last season, and will am advised that contracts

and looked upon as a superior sort of railroad company's tracks will that the valuation placed on real and' which, in the main, displaying no civic likely total about 5,000,000 boxes. sent down to you.
run over
work personal property has reached the mil pride by beautifying or otherwise improving It is will
with :You
[ lad. He is trusted important that portion to be paid for by the city thought shipment begin will get up in
and is seldom found wanting The Amer- and the under its charter being lion dollar mark, in round numbers, and it, and on this class Assessor about October 1st. It has fully been material as you want,

i. ican boy, apt to learn has become interested forced to company pave between its tracks and still the real and personal l property is assessed Prentis showed kood judgment and wisdom demoaetrated to the grower recently erature. and the like."

in the scheme, and soon all at a lower valuation than any oth- by increasing its taxable value. that irrigation means a great deal. In Yours very
one foot on each aide, the city's portionwill !
America will reel the influence of ,a be exceedingly ..mallPOTATO er city of like size in the entire country.. Few of the owners of this class of prop- groves that have been irrigated the VANS AGNEW & .

movement that -teaches the boy to be - I The incmasein valuation is due almost erty ever contribute a cent toward the crop Is bound to ,be not only superior By P. A. y

'courteous, to be kind, to help others, wholly to the number of new buildings advancement of the city's welfare, pre- quality, but the yield. fully 25 percentmore

to assiajt the unfortunate,to save his CROPWill erected here during the past year, as ferring to sit back on their haunchesand than the yield of the nonirrigatedgroves. _In speaking of the action' at :

earnings and to preserve his health. Tax Assessor J. W. Prentis did not increase permit progressive citizens to of Trade in contracting for ,

Not long ago in my town there appeared Be Very Short in Middle West t the assessment on but few pieces enhance the value of their vacant,"land, It U-'also a, fact that some growers Southern, Commercial

a bevy of Boys dressed in stout of property that had been used for residence and then come in at the eleventh bout have -underestimated (he citrus crop, at Washington; D. C.. the

military-like costumes. Each boy bore States.Mr. purposes for any length of time. and draw down a handsome profit from the late June and July bloom was heavy says:

an oakep staff and carried a canteen W. B. 1-owell secretary of the During the past year there were fully their fellows' work. That class of and naturally increased the total. uJacka nvllle will be

. strapped over his shoulder. They informed Tampa Board ftf' Trade, has returned two hundred houses built in Kissimmee, property should be taxed to the f limit, Transportation men figure the crop more than 200,600".people

me they were boy scouts. from A visit to the corn and potato belt and many of them were very costly, but to the end that its owners would sell it from present indications as an increase through the medium oa '

"What significance have the knots in'the of Illinois. He says: still'they :were not assessed at anything to persons who would build good and of about 25 per cent over last year, and perishable exhibit to be . :

handkerchiefs about your necks?" "Crop condition in the Middle states like'whatUiey cost to build; and the substantial houses, thereby adding ma- believe that heavy shipments will be ber 1 at the Florida booth In

I asked, noticing'that two knots were are not the beet The wheat crop was taxable value, in. most instances, was terially to our city's income. later than last year, as the new Imma- hall of the Southern

tied in each handkerchief. fair, but the corn crop is cut In two by : ture fruit law and pure food law will .grtss at Washington. eongrenJ'I

"When we start on a hike across the chinch bug The hay crop was curtailed : I have the tendency to stop the shipper 'A. contract for the space

country we tie. these knots," explainedthe I by the drouth early in the sum All Bids'.to Repair from rushing Immature fruit to the has just been*made by the

scout master. 'When we do an actor mer. They have a tremendoua'fruit.. I market; consequently the shipping season errors of"the board of

"* kindness or)1\ heroism we untie. a crop. There are so many apple.that will 1 be shortened. t . collection of exhibits of ,

knot. the farmers in some instances are fill: : products and.manufactures

That night I saw one of the boys and ing their cisterns with cider and in others : ; ., Jail. Are.Rejected A GENUINE SURPRISE' and literature will be begun '

asked: using their sixty-foot tiles to store ''. ,, ,,/ I 1 J .. tary,Richardson and. his ..
."Did you untie the knots?" : the cider,)< Big, firm apples are sellingfor ; .4 \ : Given Is a part of the contract that

"Yes, sir; 'we* put out a prairie fire thirty cents per bushel; grapes are County Commissioners Decide to Have'Workpol1Under : Was. Mr. and Mrs. J.'McPhatter agement of the exhibit'hall

and helped an old lady with a basket. being given away;and so low in price the Supervision of Architects Ludlam on Tuesday Night.It the.board with a tran.

A few jjays ago I watched a boy scout when shipped that it does not pay for takes many things to make up this list of visitors in order that

reblanket a horse, taking the blanket the picking and the basket. Big, magnificent & MacDonough life, but the one that Is the most prizedby system may be Inaugurated
under the animal's luscious peaches are beg those who
from the gr l'nd going all of us is the love and esteem of have expressed
feet. During a recent village campaignthe ging at seventy-five cents a bushel. In the city.
The county commissioners at their; the commissioners; Osceola county will those among whom we live. '
boy scouts were intrusted with the Plums are not handled at all, and the "The exhibition at
meeting on Monday passed! upon a great have as secure and good house for; the About six weeks ago Mrs J. McPhatter -
of certain important circulars grounds under the trees is covered with be in the charge of
delivery amount of business, the most important 'safe' keeping of prisoners as any countyin I went to Greensboro, N. C., to visit an
that had to be delivered at 4 o'clock in. the fruit. That' the trouble with the distribute literature also
of which was to reject all bids to repair the state, and it will be many years friends of by-gone times, and only returned -
the Ten scouts did this work, Middle states-when there is an aver have been to this
morning. the old jail and to do the work under before its limits will have to be enlargedto to her home here a few day. j
and did it thoroughly. One of their age erop, the fruit doe. not commandany Jacksonville and Kissimmee
the supervision of Architect. Ludlam accommodate those who violate the ago. never thinking that her coming
is duties honestly. No price, because everybody in twenty two them. What '
laws to perform o;, other
and MscDonough. laws to such an extent as to cause their and/going caused the least break in the
real sent would disgrace himself try states have all they can use. Potatoes get the remainder of the 3i
The bids offered to repair the jail differed arrest. thougnts of anyone except her life com
1. slighting: his work. are selling for seventy-five cents a peck, lema tical. They wilt be the
considerably as to the price,. but The commissioners also adopted the .panion. .
"Slpce my boy joined the scouts, and It will behoove every Florida farmer first sign the contract sent/
none were as low as the commissionersbelieved report of the committee appointed at But she reckoned wrongly, for on
said a father to me last night, "his to plant both sweet and Irish potatoes the same cover with a
the building could be remodeledtor the August meeting to look into the Tuesday night'about fifty of our people
school reports ahow a decided Improve- this year. There is to be a potato president of the ;
under the supervision of competent advisability of purchasing a set of abstract met at her home on Emmett street and
s ment. I believe this movement is destined famine all through the North. The hot States Senator Duncan U.
architects and Messrs. Ludlam her and Mr. McPhatter the
as and books, which committee purchased gave surprise
to be the greatest constructive weather killed the tomato crop, and to- "The Jacksonville board of
MacDonough drew the plans and made the books of the Osceola Abstract of their lives. The guests came
f' I element in she welfare of the youth. I matoes are selling as high alln Florida. always been particularly
the specifications, ft was eminently company for $6,500. with armfuls.of presents and all man-
knew it has made my boy more manly The Florida farmer would also do wellto Southern Commercial '
proper that they be employed W supervise There were some other matters of ner of good things to eat, and for more
him out of end of mis plant tomatoes heavily there will the of
and has kept no as organization the body
the work for the county, and especially minor importance acted upon, such *s than two hours the hospitable McPhatter ,
chief." nit be sufficient tomatoes for the can- board was represented by its
as those gentlemen stand in the ordering new county roads opened and home rang with gladsome talk of
Ihe work is done under the directionof ners. W. A. Boun, and its
front ranks of their profession. in "Flor repairing old ones* and the auditing of i I that most estimable lady's safe return }
a man of each locality where a camp I" Richardson. Secretary
; : bills for the past month, when the board to the city wherein dwell only thosewho
exists. He is usually a man who loves ida.When a member of the committee
POSTOmCE RECEIPTS the jail has been remodeled in ; adjourned to meet the first Monday in I love and honor her for her att.
boys and is interested in their better- mulated articles of
conformity with the plans adopted by I October I lof kindness shown to those in need of a.
ment. He goes on the hikes, teaching I Jacksonville Board of Trade
cheering word and loving sympathy.
them according to the boy stout ritual. Show An Increase of 34 Per Lent exhibit in the hall at the
| What will make the occasion endure
The boy. first learn the history of the Over formation of the congresajq
Last Year. I
to the end of time in the minds of Mr.
'. ,,. American flag, the significance or patriotism Atlantic Coast Line I "Senator Fletcher, who is 'J
who that the
.,e, Everyone keeps in touch with tfnd Mrs. McPhatter is "sur-
and the manliness of right living. 1 I ber of the board of trade, '
the growth of a town knows that the j prise party" was certainly a surprise,
On the hikes the youths learn to build deep interest of the 'W'orld
receipts of the local postofficja is an 1n- as neither one had the least inkling that
campfires, tie knots, start fires without I i Last
congress. year -
fallible barometer-never failing to tell Will'Construct Docks any such an ev.ntfa.. contemplated.If .
matches, first aid to the injure I membership of the local
tne exact story, regardless of how loud it lightens the cares of life to know
ed drawing and innumerable things tee $2 to the of the
map ... support
all then Mn.
the optimists might howl or how pene- t H that one is loved by Mc-
that boys should know. There l is just
j trating the squeal of the pessimistsmay Phatter's heart must be as light as a
enough of the traif and the woods in the At; 'Foot of Darlington Avenue as Well as Spur.
be.The snow-flake. Will Certainly.feel at Home Here. r;
achenr e to hold their interest, while the
furnished Track Which Will Be Great Convenience to
following, .the Valley a
' life out of doors gives them good health Layman's Meeting.Next Earth Aug. 29,1911.
Gazette Postmaster Frank Vans '
t' and spirits. by Growers of' Fruit on the Lake Shore. Mr. W..B_ Harris; Editor Kiaein knee '
Each scout must do something for Agnew, tells KissimmeeJhas In unmistakable terms the Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock, at Valley Gazette.
advance ---- ----
'somebody every day of his life, and he made duringthe Methodist church, .Brother A. Rose will Dear Sir:-The Gazette has been received .

e Is taught to do this not for money, but past year therefore any comment) That the Atlantic Coast Line railway intends fruits and vegetables along the l lakeshores lead the meeting. 'Subject: "The Lord regularly for four weeks. I am : z

' for the better reason, the fellowship cooperative from us is unnecessary! : to do all in its power to keep its and lower water route in the is My Shepherd." Oar meetings are goJriK; from here to Newport, Minn., t ?

reason, the help-one another "This office entered the Second Classon equipment at this point 'up to the standani manner of loading their products direct growing in attendance and interest.All Sept. lat, and I will be in different places
theist of fast July, and the increasein
reason. Each lad must have a bank jur city has set for prosperity and into care from the boats. but will save men and boys.cordially invited.A. BO it is likely I will not get more ,

account before he can join the scouts. the receipt. of July and August, enterprise, was evidenced this week thousands of dollars to the shippers, as S. .KELSON. Chairman.. than two.or three copies more before I 1. "
1911 is ", gratifying.
The account may consist of but a few when that company stated, through !heretofore it has been necessary to un. start for Kissimmve, Fla., to commence % ;

.pennies, the idea being to inculcate ihto Receipts for July, 1910 $644.53 Acting Division Superintendent Mike load the boats into wagons and haul It School Opens September 18th.On work on my 80-acre farm, bought of the "

,the'Touthfal mind the wisdom of provi Receipts for July 1911- '768.66 Crown, that it would build a dock at the to the can, a distance of four or five account of the ,new,books failing Southern Colonization Co. I am. sore

: 'dence. This shows an increase 17pe nt. foot .of. Darlington avenue,.. and lay blocks, at a cost of from 21 to 3 cents a to arrive, the date of the Opening- of when I meet a few such men as Mr. 'at.S. .

'There'ls nothing of the military about Receipts for August, 1910, 5'6 track. thereon. __ crate or1" box./ Osceola High School has been postponed Nelson, I will certainly feel at home:

:"'. tb.e movement- -Mother need not fear Receipts for August; 1911;'. 656.76 The Is nothing the A. C. L. could have To build this dock will cost the railroad until.Monday, September 18th. I with y ,' that her boy Will be.taugbt to be soldier f This shows an increase of 34 cent. 1
? a per
elected to, do that will result in more company between twelve and fifteen You may change my on paper
e' :! by joining the .ooutl;and yet.the good to: than thousand..dollars and as Married, on Tuesday evening, at the I t'
-... neither general our people the that company from. Blue NewporVMInn: t'
-very training makes these boys patrJ Mr. Dozier left Sunday.for a Pastorinm Miss Blondie -Bronson and .
otlc,1-- stay of two weeks with relatives and building of this dock,. as It witf not only h& fust completed a fifteen thousand Mr. Chas. O.. Lasslter, both of this r. Yours truly -
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.. UndVanii by rirlne of a decree of faroloanro<< PHYSICIAN and SURGEOJJ ,,
.. ....01 ial&rendered by tbv< Honorable JamMVV.rerkiim. .. 'j

1 f-TWJl( Buyers Calls Upon 'All Jo Watch Out .fOI Adopted vby. FJoridaJext Book Judicial.Circuit Judge of of the the Clreull tat of Court Florida.of the, In awl 7th: --'bpe over Osoeola"Pharmacy "fOBloe :--'I tP'

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Green fruit Sh <* Commission. wherein 11. E '
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wfints ca be supplied economically underpinned.. Master lu I '
your are nwiwndeiitii the
and .
manager special shippersof & Co. Dictionary
nd quickly from my yards and ware- Nally Webster's Primary (;lianc)' will aell at public! outcry to the high "

houies on The budding necessities I list Florida Citrus Exchange.GentlemenY ,-American BooK( Co;;' Webster's set Court aiullmBt house bidder In the for city dmli of, at Klaalmnu-e the door of, aald Ihe wwINM '< :":'1 :Ij;

'1 elow: < (>uare all aware of thatrenu6us'andsucceasful B Common School Dictionary American county and alnt during the hoiir| .of legal mleon ,, PHYSICIAN . :#:.::
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ly'passed by th.e.Fl rlda l legislature. 11 I; Flrtt of the nortb-<<,aHI! corner of the mouth went quarter "''r "
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.' j Common Brick"Cravenette" f everyone of us' to make it our per. for Southern Schools The of yards Ix-glniilnir, thence north HUtvntardMo tii 1 |pt I"oi<] PHYSICIAN SURGEON. :

Impervious Fire BrickFULLER'S sonal business to see that the requirements' MacM Ian\ Co. ; Ritchie's Primer San- A!iso lot. utie. two three nml ("iir l bI bockfourof !

of this law} are strictly adherecto. itatlon,'World Book Co. ; Ritchie & Caldwell's I IJlHBlmmeo Koblnooirii Cit 7,. t"II"Ilt'r Addition S I 1.11 tu 1 a(I U ItAos I bulldlngk I II olI Office Phones 74 and 3; Residence 128.pR. .

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,, you may have it plainly before you,, Book Co. ; Civics-"Our Government title or I.ereat legal <..r "' of die HttlilFreddie l I ' VETERINARIANSTOCK -

1 we give you below an exact.copy of thu (James & Sandford), Chas. Scribner's Pldgeon and U !'\\" hukbanil.. ,
t BOON Cement Plaster of. In awl to tiLe aame TREATED FOR
Immature Fruit Law. Sons and F. KKI1IHH -
Theory Practice Bagley'sCraftsmanship U
L Wood Fiber Plaster AN ACT :MM; Iii tiHier In tlmiuiTj ALL DISEASES
to pruhibit certain bijsposi- in Teaching The MacMillan ,
Terra: Cotta Drain Pipe tions of citrus fruits which are immature Co. -- -- -- irhlphnn?ft2 ORLANDO Fp\
Arithmetic-Milne's ,
Terra Cotta Sewer Pipe I or otherwise unfit for consumption; ; Notice of Citation. -

i : Granite Curbing and the-tnmbranding of citrus irutts. Course Arithmetic (three- Iu the :Matter of the Estate of C. A. CumiiiliiiiJ,, --- - -

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE .- book series), American Book Co. ; Fair' 1).!..leaned.To N. L. BRYAN
_k Nails, Etc., Etc. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA .. banks' Home '8ar'h A. CummlnifH. of 1-nUv Ohio : Di-1: 1)R.
Geography for :
Primary bert, CummingH; of All.> Ohm, Jurob Cum,
: Grades, Educational Co. mIll 1"8of Manhall Uhl ,; Mary \\ tills"',., of r DENTIST
$ Telephone or telegraph at my t-xpense for prices Section ]. That it shall be unlawfulfor i Publishing ; Pond ", irginla.; jvnnle hrutnp of. Latta Ohio :i
and particulars. Long Distance Phone 207. anyone to sell offer for sale. ship:I Hyde's Two-Book Course in Language other Fred B: Finn of Hertford. MlUiiimn, mid i>li Squires Building I
ii.teresteil in nld pfttaut
J or or deliver for shipment any citrus I and Grammar, D. C. Heath & Co. ; Lan- You perttotiH and ea<.h of you are hHrebjr* t'l1..11o np New York Avenue

fruits which are immature otherwise, guage Lesson-Arnold's with Pencil and pear btifore me. the County Judge) of OMfolnCounty ST. CLOUD FI.QamK"."..
unfit for consumption and for to Florlila. at my o"eelll, KlHHitnineH." on .
anyone Pen (for grade 3)l), Ginn .& Co. ; Histo. Monday.TheTTnd; day 01(".r" A. 1>. 1'iH!' i. to !
such frlius
receive under
any contract chowsueo, If : uht the
ha\e p.IUo"
W. R. FULLER of eale, or for the purpose of sale or of ry-"Our Republic" Advanced U. 5. of C. r 'I revatt.any. aliurift vii a'ilt x-oIili to tulniiiiiBtrat | QK- J. W. SIMPSON f

: offering for sale, or for shipment or delivery History Riley &0 Chandler; Evans' First < r\f aaid entale/for an order lo Ink". I OHMfHifou \
of the hertiualtcr tliwrlhed real cHlalefnr ]
I ; Oflice, Yards and Salesrooms: for shipment. "Ibis section'shall LessonsMn'American History, Benj. H. the |iavu,1enL of debla, Hhould not 1 be grantixlLot DENTIST. I
; HENPRY & KNIGHT'S 1KRMINALS!: not apply to sales or contracts for sale I Sanborn & Co. N. bIo A.Jr of Eldorado HulHlivlHlou I lot ,,
; ReadingWheeler'sPrnjier block :2 of irk ."I vision lot '. .lilm. ..k
11. of Kandall'a (2oI .... Mill NtibiliviMlon. Htid
W. H. Wheeler & Co.
section nor shall it to ; WheelFiveBook I 'tam.tol2ni
; apply) i-ommon the undivided oii.Ii..if lnurei in Uitw "'. 10 HIU! OFF.CK. HOUlts : I 'j
TAMPA FLORIDA carriers or their ugentt) who are not interested Series of Readers-I, 2, 3,4, II (if block J!, ail. lot I 01 l .bhxik I. "I I I..t :Ne. j f l :.(U to 5:1U:: o. nil

i I in such fruits and who are 5, W. H. Wheeler & Co. Nraska HciKhtK HubdlviHlon11. nttnnt t (. Inllillflboro Telephone No. 7ti Jun 6. "
Supplementary ,' :
County, Susie of Pb Ainu I the .
mi-rely the for transportation .ItII'1 : ---
: :
/ I I receiving same Books : Payne's Common Words nnni\lrl<*d u.De-t iu rd I iulereht I la I! oftltuulHlil
[ , lion of the xoulh tmll I I of. xiitlcinMtowiiHhlp ). ] \ VW, CAK.S: ;( N ,
I Section 2. It Hhall be unlawful for Commonly Mispelled B. F. Johnson & ii 8.. ranitc J> !-. knuun. i-it-n. HIM! 1 ;
Unto i In I lira Cou: t)' of (Ia" H,ln. Hloniln
anyone tq misbrand any package or any Co. ; A Practical Arithmetic (Stephens w itue.i my liHnd anil MOD! of the sniil-f ourtat lENTI'l'ilice !: ;

I U t wrapper containing citrus fruits; and & Butler) Cha. Scribner's Sons; lluehIcr's KlKflnlmcc, Flu tlil' -III ii ln)' of .VtikiixtjE : ',
all .(citrus fruitf shall he deemed mmbraiuied 1\111.\' over ('tie's; ./\\tlry Store :.
C. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. d L. LUPFER Modern English Grammar, New- < <> F I'AKKr-R
1 if the
Tralilcnt. Vlce-l'renidint Secretary package or the wrapper & Co. t ounly i Judk> I. ()itiet. I Hours: S- lJ>, 1 -5 ,
shall hear any statement design or device son ; Graded Classics Readers, a U.i 1<'. KltlHIIH, Ollm) |jhmihKisiil.

: :' regarding( the fruIt therein contained Five'JIJook Series-I, 2, 3, 4, 5, B. F. Attorney' for VdtninUtrator t I I' I .'me 2'1: .1.1I

which is false or misleading.I Johnson & Co. ; Reed's Word Lessons I ,-- -- n_____ :

: KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. I either brand of as such to the or .as HZO to the quality localityin or j (AdAanced) Chas. E. Merrill C6. ; Makers Notice Notice of Master's a1e. II." 'J >EIWYSIIIHo);. M. D., j
of American ht-rebv Kl\en that under Hinl I by \ir I .
1 which it was grown History (Chandler & toe ol a I'ln.IIJ..r..u..1. Koret.I loHiire lnsU4,I 1'''Iii ,
Section: Whoever shall violate any Chitwood) Silver. Burdette & Co. of iifed untUr the -CH] of the <'1 lr,'tilt I ,ourt ol I I :
of the of this Act shall be ; :thu e\eirth Judiii! t'in'nit ol, I the stHtt of r lorMa Spi't'iul" iittintion given to the
provisions Field's Grammar School History of U. in and: Tor lN'eoIn I Co'intx'" .in < iu.iecry: ; ] ; tri'Hliilt-nt Women
( and
punished by a hne riot exceeding One tintt I in a certain eatittc thtrtln )I", liilinu, milh
; : S. American Book Co. ; Augsburg's ,.. I Child ron.
4 Rough and Dressed i. Thousand Dollars 01 by imprisonmentfor < reln11 Max lloilmliiK In oinplniiinntnull I 1
; not more than six months or by System of Drawing, Educational Publishing 1.. K. Mlnxand Joel flaii'.bHr,,i'r .rti itpoti.ientiu .-
the 1I1II..r.llllled. ahiits.1..1! 'I.'r Oflici' over Citi/i-tiH. Hank PHONE 1S1'f''
both sucn fine and .imprisonment; and Co. ; Panama and the Canal, in (_ iisn-err. uillHellat nubile outcr' > 'ilurmu
I the fruit whether immature or otherwise New & the leKal. hour of aale. before Ihu (.onrt llolleitoor : :.!inioHpd:!
: PINE LUMBER unfit for misbranded on ; Carpenter's Geopraphical in the City of HI'Himmce. In HaM OHcenln.
ion, or -
V I ) Readers, American Book Co. Storyof County, ou Momliy. 'Hie Jn.l. ilar of <>'-iler. A, P A. VANS Al.NK* w. B.
shall be subject to stiiure; and disposition D: 1 ian, the veKHel culled the '-JunnlLa l i-ing
', \ as in the case of adulterated or Cotton (E. C. Brooks), Rand-McNally a Stern wheel ileainer
misbranded foods and drugs. & Co. ; Webster's New International seven fort) -"tolls v..u tons and net tonnage of l"i'nt>-

As the citrus season approaches we Dictionary was recommended as the Terms of ....Ie. cash.AHTHLK. .

_ ji HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY trust that all of our members, and in Standard G. & C. Merriam Co.: Sppi'inl Miuit4r K.: DOSF'I.\N.111 ChniireryAN8ABNh .. ,.... . I f
\" ot\ : l I-4-6 Citizens Hank nullillng .
fact everyone who has the future of the .
Note. -The contract and the exchange Holli'llori fur Complainant Kissimmop Florida '
; citrus industry at heart will be on the Dated thin 17th any 01 -.ugu.t. A. IJ.. 1'III. K I. .
.1 >>>> >> o'ao'xp prices- on the above books, basal and Himmee, Kla j li, it --
watch for any violations-either actually .. '
: ,, -
supplementary, are fixed by law and J. i''. II. n 1gi055
I taking place or being cortempjatedof I Notice of Administrator. I
1' ) any of the provisions of this law, will The be above stamped named on every books book will sold. into Iu Court of tho <'ountr Judge. 1-.1., of Florldn) , \ j I.<)ON & IKIGERAT10RNEYSATLAW: J,
go In I'h
re Bpilnteof rl\\ Hturtivnnt 1'e
; .
and wire the
office (at *
immediately our
I use in those counties whose contracts reaa-d, Onceola ConnlNfttloe >'. \
: expense) giving full information as to IH ht.rebr Klven t*) all w"ioin it .nay
LET US DO YOUR : have expired, but will not be put into ..o".rll.lhllt ollillu I ith (iNV of. \.ml..r AD .
i the point of shipment, c, r number if i lvi ll. I .hall II\'IJ) 10 thu HOllon"", "i.t-o i- I Oflice Slate Hank Building/ -
destination I use in counties with existing contracts 1'lIrk..r. JuIII" 01 said Court as In.IIr' of I'r-i I KitiHiminfe. Flosida
VULCANIZING loading, it I possible, shipperor for :
until the expiration of such contracts. toote my IInal tlh.'IIO a. Llyui.irntor '
s packer-following your wire with a 1 III. the .hl" or ( etherlno A. hlllrlt'V"nt, 4Ileasel --- I
( and Ihllt at 11101 pool,., time I wid "rl''lIl I F. KKIBBS
letter to us giving full particularswhenwe --- roy final aceitiiiiiB, aa l1nillliotrator_ of ,.ht G >.
ehtal. and ask for their .

f We hav A firsts-class plant with expert workmen with will the immediately proper authorities.take the The matter source up A SAFE SUBSTITUTE D.t.... June'I, A. D. 1 tii I.N. CIK-ON, ATTOHNEY-AT-LA \

I- in charge. All work ''guaranteed and turned !- -ollee.. m-flm. AdiuiulHtrAtor Room 12 Second .
of our information will be kept strictly FOR r Floor ;
out within 24 hours from Prices reasonable. State Bank Building
'. receipt. confidential BO that no one need holdback ,

.%f .' Full line of Tires, Tubes, Patches and Automobile in furnishing/ information on .."r/ I In Court. of Qua County Judge s Nice.tifato of Florida. Into ----. "' . -. - ....

SI \ that account. A Mild Vegetable Medicine for the Liver nutate of Daniel A. Minx and Temple G. JOHNSTON
"> Supplies. Mini minors. O."'
p :,;,':'I'l,, 'l''' ;,1.1\1'; ;'': ,'',." ,. We sincerely hope that this law will .'That i is Free ,From the Danger ,c concern Notice in that hereby I, Julia given A. Mini to all si whom Ruailllan It may of i ,:,',

: : inspire sufficient respect ntnong fo, of.- of the Powerful Chemical l :l[JaDI.\ A. Minx and temple A. Minx, minors.S ATTORNEY LAW I
San Juan Co. fenders to make them slow and' not ,. 111. on the day of (October A. U. I'M 1.apply AT
Garage go Calomel. j tit Ihe Honorable<.!eo. F Parker Cuuutv Jntgen
attempt it this year, but in case anyone aud for HHld county. hit oflU" e hr kitwlinluee .
I City fa SHl'lMf H-;. FLORIDA
Orlando. Fla. tries. it we ara! determined to catch the MM HOOII tlll>rcHfter iu the matUr "tan I IKI h.ard.0r .

vern first violators, and make glaring The Kissimmee'Drug. Co. has a mild, ttf iiftut tiuthorlty miuorH i lo 1 In"g.t I 1 1rl:,I"I'\ :: : ; i inti. realt rMt I IOWa' MAShl-V T I ii. TON WAKL.OW .\

examples of them-am5': we depend upon vegetable remedy that successfullytakes ..lH,.*, In Brtl,1 count)', I lo-wil !1..1.' ('..u".1 I for JI.I, the i
the place of the powerful mineral -I 1 heir iinill\ t N'i> tin rot- I,,i'reet in loll 2 Florida It II. lrmn f"i''''inud ('ourtASSKi
your assistance accomplish this result. ,ml .1 I bloik S. mid. I I I'u Ulix'k 42ol
drug, calomel'the old-fashioned liver Robert Harm, ai::i rlll171; ,. I.t'h''I't'\ of KIsHlmiuee - : -
Very truly yours (iNtel I" <'Minn I MorliluWlii : & WARLOWATTOKMYS J
medicine. This Dodson's ]
remedy 1\1 1
--- FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGB. is i <'h ," list,11811 will I I 1 he Imht,I upon 1h.. :
Liver-Tone, a pleasant tasted liquid [I pititioii for oUt II auk iiou nj* Illoin Html Court
: ., ......................... W, C. Temple Ge. Mgr. that gives quick very but gentle relief Dated. AugUHt ."'tlln JII.A nil" A MIN'Xo / :AT; AND!LAW I ( ut'NsnIoa ,

: EMIL MACH ERNEST." MACH from constipation without the bad aftereffects .: ',t Giianllau PractitDin. all lli, Court, of the -Ulc and of

I: 4 ..1 t' ,PitIesiidar4 Oil Co.,'j: HELPFULWORDS- calomel. which so often' follow tt-king An Ordinance. Comniiuaion tlu road I UnitiM I(/ommiBHioii, i .Stat"<._.and ale the 1 IM loie Inttmtatii the I Ilorida'I OInm.RoU-.....II ..

t : )titAii::: IBIRxOS- : -- ----. Dodson's Liver-Tone is fully guaranteed An Ordinance Repealing an Ordinance EiititloIAn I I-I 11 I CHAHI,Huron 111i01 l ORLANDO. FLA.
I OriilnHiii Am*-ndlnif nn ()riiunonEn- .1417t -"
to be a perfect-substitute for calo- tit'lexl 'A n t>rdi nance i'lolilbitiAKthe KuniiingMt -
.i From a )Kissimmee Citizen.Is I.arge. During ( crtnin Ho"r..f.i aU ('nttlcKxcent fr -
Livery Feed and Sale Stable. : omel, and if you buy a bottle and! it / Bnlla, A|l'l.r".t| Octoberth, 1 l'iOtl() '. by

I does not entirely satisfy you, the Kis- I'rolilbllluiE(, All Cattle from Kutinlntr at Large
at Any' Time, iith Hill The Elite
Agt. International Harvesting Co.' simmee Drug Co. will promptly giye BE IT ; r&nyd4\1;; :\ ; COUNt: II. OF Realty Parlor .
: your back lame and painful? TIt :IIK CITY OF KISBIMMBtHmtlonl : Lakevlew
: you your money back upon request. Cottaice So Klasinmee,
That an ordinance. 011111. .. ''e
jf1 Does rt ache especially after exer- "I. MAN? C l lUimitllS HiHf,, t't'M
_ C) Ordiname
.A.xr.: x: s BE.A.:: ::8.A.7:1: :: :..roW G. : I tion? is fine for both children and grown An Ordinance AmtndlnK prohibiting an the KunniiiK rnlnleil. lit.

: people. l..arffe. During Certain Hours. of All CattloKxcept Not quantity, but quality and
.. Is/ there a soreness in the kidney region hulls, Apiro\e Ootobi r ith, }'Kfi, fly pro prices. Ask about them. II
Everything new and first class. We render prompt and --- -_ hitiltlng; All Cattle from Running i at Large aiiuy
? .
satisfactory service day or night. t" I limn'" Approved July vth, 1811 1>.. and FOil SAL h-
t. These symptoms indicate weak kid- Notice of Administrator. the name In herebr npealeilpaPacd \ 5 beautiful cottages; 1 2-story
III ..-.alolllhi. H of
open day \iiKUHt
ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT I neys. !n Court of County Judge $ ate of Florid. In 40.| .1U1. house faces two streets, : 1 6-room ;
_ re Eatiite of gtella U. Wright Deceamtl I. OnceoM . W. B MAKINSON( furnished cottage; 1 5-acre tract;
: Kiss( mee Fla. Phone 113 : There is danger In delay. County President Council of JOy of KiHslmnue 1 35-acre farm, house, barn. Kacreorange A
Notice in hereby given to nil whom It nuicflrII I
Weak kidneys fast weaker. I
get cattle
thntonihe 4th dry of January A. I AttculJ II (;ILIII-KT. grove and hogs.

w. .................... ...... Give your trouble pVompt attention.ioan's 191.2,1 Hha4l preni-nt of the etiiate my annual of 'Hi a..oonto iiiii;'>' wrtpht rm AdmluUtraior -, [dEAL Approved] Clerk tbln II of' day the orAiin,City of Klaalmmve\ D. nil I. l Box tM>5.

KidlkCy Pills act quickly. decesscd. to the Honorable &.co. ParkerIffe H. LAY; STANFORD,
- of said Court. aa Judge of Prubutf, sad '
n They strengthen \0eak kidneys. auk for their apnixMalDaU . :Jo-'it I Mayor of ( !lt> of KlHKlmtnue

Read this Kissimmee testimony.' -_ .OJaly, :Ii I I. A. D. 1'Jll.A TTSTTTJENKINS ,
: E. DROPOUT Notice of Executor
J. il. Harris carpenter and contracts 2a-lam-OmOr.-pd Administrator. '
In Court of the County Judge' St lo.of Klorida
! J Kissimmee Fla. says: "I have In re Estate of Temple; A. Minx. Uec'd. Om eola & WOODIiA

H. C.; STANFORD DORn'sKidney ('ouity.Notl'a ,
COMPANY Vio hesitation recommending
m Application for Final Discharge. I la hereby given, to all whoiit may,
for that hue I lut day of March, A.i.
Pills, 1 know from past experience In Court of the t I Count,.. Katat of Tim Ba... I01J I I shall apply to tbo'Honorable (.eo. F Parker. --
Oaetnla In
that act
they just as repre- : : Judge of nail Court ai Judge of rrolmte.for .
_I Carries .. Complct a Lima of I dac'd.Notice. a final dlacharge an Administrator of the ,,'
'Off and for five 1 have all whom It
Berned. on years Ia hereby riven to may con. Minx, dteeaned. aud that
"''rn. that on the 10th day of January A D. (VI2.I state' Temple A. : at
: I. taken this remedy for my kidnt'Ysand shall apply to the Mororable Oe. K Parker.Judae Ilie name time I will | reiiont my final act'oiintaaiadrainUtrator Surveying and
anil e.for\
of said estate
DRY GOODS NOTIONS of aajd Court. Judne of Probate for ]
- ) a few doses' have always brought me ma adminlatrator a* o/ the .att. of annaTdiacharffa heIr approval.Dated .

relief. This preparation Is worthy Tim. BaM. d.....A.d, and that at the ama time I August 1.14 A. D .IQII.C. A. MINX.. DraftingOFFICE
FURNISHINGSSHOES will preuont my aeeounta aa adminiatrator of
:'k'f Aduilnlslrator.
. -:'\ a triaL aaki aatate, and their approval. 16-lmoSmo
\ Dated July 7th A. D. 1911.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cU.
I' OSCAR BAES.Sr Administrator. Divorce Notice.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.sole 28-1 mo-fimoa -
In Circuit Court, State of Florida Carrie Jamea IN FRATERNITY HALL
: agents for the United States. Complainant vn David H. Jain.... Defendant

.. CaR b* foNd la Inland Florid Remember the name-Doan's-aid Guardian's Notice.In Chancery.Seventh:Judicial ('iroult Oaoeola County In KISSIMMEE. FlA

a.d Mils |tte vAS take no other. Court of County/ Judge But of Florida, In It appearing by affidavit app.ndei to the bill -

j ._, -- .. --- re K.tate of Olivia Zella H.T..ije. Minor, Oo ... filed in the above-atated c.une that David U.
the defendant therein Lamed whoaereildeno. -- --
olm Jamea, -
4- ) CHEAP AS ANY Scales: on Ice Wagons.The Notice iO.Uiif.eIyglFen, to all whom II may : In unknown la over the age of twentyone P+++++
; $ la therefore ordered that laidnoorealdenl
concern that R. B, Savage aa guardian of OIL.Tin. yearI'I
- HOUSE IN AMERICA attention of the public is direct Zella Bava.e minor will, on the nth day defendant be and he la hereby r...
to 10 the bin of complaint filed
Weptenaber A. nut tpply to the Uouor- paired appear
ed to the fact that it is the desire of ble Geo. P..r lr.b., County Judge In and for I n said caua. oo or twfore Monday, the nth day CAYSTONdI
the Kissimmee Ice and Cold Storage aid County at bin office in Kunlmmee City, inaaid of November. A. D. mil. otherwise lb. allegaWpn ;;
taken .
O' lock will be confessed by aald defend.II
Company to furniah Its patrons with County, at 10 a. m. or a* soon !
- thereafter. lb. matter can be heard for authority m. .
; .. the very best of service end to charge to iou ml public or private asia, the tot II la further ordered that this crder. be pubUihed -
for only the weighS of ice sold therefore lowing deaorlUed real e \ale. in said Count*. onoe a week. for eight conaeoutiv. weeks D.U All THEYEAR

_ ; H. C. STANFORD COMPANY all purchaser. who are in doubt as ,Lot.wU(:II) VIeS qf Block Twenty (::10) of tbe Bouth pnbllahed in the Kiaaimmee: in aald County Valley Uaaette and tn.te.Thla a.newspaper ; | 2.50 to S.50-per day..- I

to the weight of the ice are requestedto Florid Ballroad'a Addition to Kuulmme CHy, August titat-iCil.'
have same Weighed by the driver a .Oneeola County, Florida ARThUR E. DONEGAN.SEALJ' '. 'Special by week or J't\;;; tj
Kissimmee Florida de- application: will 1 be baaod upon Uw pa. 1: Clerk Cl..ull COurt.
of scales
pair being placed on every &JttalJot' anch ale now on Ola In aid Court. JtUZA,8ET1i J01iNIII10f. L ..|TNUNNAN. P1.11. .

*. .._ ... ..I -,----.-. __:_ .__ __ . ___ livery wagon for that pafpoae. Dated August 12..: A, D. Wll.&l C J. F. KR1BB3 DeputY Clerk ; ; R. D. Pfl..
4- :
$ ; : I S4-4t R.. Ti.BtJTLEa.lid.n. / .51 U. B. SAVAGE, GnirrdJajt. Solicitor for Coa plato...'. 8o-8t ++-I--II.I-tull_.++++++++++

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Local,"appe inpl(Interestingly ToM :. tBr: W"? v.} K.J.] MARKET

Watch Realty .Activity ., by Our Correspondent.A 'WM WM recently anything i asked we could by a not visitor raise ifthere ,Bearcteo)BuildingOne Block from Dep$t N..

A .
rain Sunday afternoon. refreshed ;In
..,, all the' Park, No, I don't think'- there Ii anything(' Fresh Florida of all kinds. '
. f" Mr. Regner has three. men at work M EATS. '
we cannot raise but there are things it and Western #; *
,.,, and they are making thing shine around, It< not advisable to raW-for instance, - ;-.

... The" Inn., He' has had 1600 f tomato ,'-'di urbanc.. You' are liable to get; POULTRY.: EGGS., FRESH FISRSpecial '
i plants and 700 egg plants put out 'The wont ,
the end of It.
, Osceola 'took down some umberor ",, .
Mri: Regner Tuesday morning.Almost For the ne6t of- those whose only tilienlion to Pho J'li Orier,,and$ree' L"

it.ia a food (?Ian to watch the ,realty market carefully; keep in. every day barges of lumberare: seen source of Information has been the literature Delivery, to any part of the City; Phone 189, ,

f Mtouch! with what is going on IB improved property. baa going down the* lake'to different new of the average land agent. Ever rC. .', I

bess locations, Taunt Msidence and acreage.for money is home on the.Park. 'since the time they banded out circulars
, tq; the children of,Israel about the C A. CARSO.V, 'President',, n." C.'URYAN
Mr. } and BEOSETAay'The :
being made every day in real estate. and Mrs& E. L. feels familyare ;
land of Caanan It has been the same, 'a
The most desirable property that is for sale can be.located to best domiciled in'a temporary home near land o( promise flowing with milk and J
their i
bunfnlow. which is
new Waters
. adrantff by consulting us. We hare the index to The realty Hearing completion. Mr. and Mrs. honey.' & Carson

( situation and will bring; to you for your consideration, the facts Truisl share camp life with the steel They were grand old boosters those ,

t iudiDlDaDY pieces or property that are for sale but are until they build a'new home. days, and I will bet there were just as

nererp lacarded with "For Sale" signs The Linda failed to make her' reg- many and people forgettiug.then writing to enclose for Information pottage Grocery CompanyWholesale

ular trips Tuesday, owing to f. 'disabledengine
It matters not whether want realty Investment -
you to acquire as an for a reply as there are these days.
to the disappointment of her
or.for use as you'OWD home or for- your business, we patrons. The', Leeroae towed. her into For thqsetiesirousof knowledge over- and Retail Dealers InUROCERIES-

have the property and will sell it at the very lowest prices the dock. looked in the literary efforts of tha real ;I

estate man, I submit the, followingfacts 4
prices obtainable., Mr. Snow, .our poultryman will I soon
You several kinds of
I : can raise
supply the market with fryers. He has
cane down here but- only the edible
fifty little chicks;
The Methodists love to hea'the church ipecies. If you contemplate'raising

bell even If they cannot get in to wor- cane of the rough house better it should WE SELL we BUY

No. 426-Orange Grove and Farm.-We have 60 acres ship. If Rev Funk could gather alibis be done under shade, or still, we

'' of splendid land two miles from the Kissimme'e depot: 20 people together it would make quite an would advise you to see our marshal; here HAY .HIDES
connosieur in that line.
acres of which is In cultivation. .including" seven-acre addition in members, if nothing: more, a -
He will probably tell that it Is
balance cleared to his congregation.Mr. FURS:
orange and grapefruit grove, of land mostly possible to raise cain outside the city ra y
N. B. Fowler in town '
was .
ready for the plow; new nine-room house and basement; Wednesday transacting business. limits but useless in Kissimmee. FERTILIZERS: I t -'- wOOL .

large new barn; four-inch well 300 feet deep, close to Mr. Reed, near Wadley, has his house This we know, not' because we have SHINGLES ,

house. This will make one of the very best homes for the nearly completed. He is expecting hi.- made the attempt, but !because:? we know AND
the marshal. ORANGE BOXES
man of means that can be obtained in this section of the family soon.
Wild oats is another should '
cropyou ALL ..
country, as it would require many years to grow the mag- Mr. John Lynn has returned from the not sow, the old reliable field oats bring ORANGE WRAPS !
east, acc ppanied by his family. He is '
I nificent grove alone. You can have all the advantages of better results.If VEOETABLECRATES COUNTRY r
busy now unloading his car of household
excellent school and churches, which can be reachedby< goods. they tell you you can grow two '
bales of cotton to the don't believe CRATE NAILS PRODUCE
I interested parties. acre
good hard road. Price and terms to - ---- -
it. I never saw a bale grow on a cot- 4
No. 427.'-Two very desirable residence lots l locatedon CO-OPERATION ton patch"yet but I do know of enough: 1
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
splendid residence street just the place to build a nice cotton taken from one acre to make 2)) ,
; We give' special attention 'to fitting out hunting and camping "
home that will increase in value rapidly close to church and Centralization of Fruil --- Uniform bales . ,
Aside from crops if YOU steer in an- parties. ti s

r school.\ Grade and Pack. other direction cattle do Well here. Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. S

No. 428. -Small orange and grapefruit grove consist- These are what have made the Flor- The nearby far famed Kissimmee prairie We'are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circularand
., ida Citrus exchange the contributes its succulent forage to
house, good great selling
of 54 275 bearing trees. seven-room
; ing acres. prices on fertilizers.
J organization In Florida. The Florida the making of the juicy beeves that i
.barn and well 298 feet deep. Located inside city limits Citrus Exchange sold oranges in car- browse thereon. Here however, like
,, lots from Orange: county alone in 49
beautiful view of lake excellent breezes
in fine section, different markets last season. We are anywhere else, you require some kind

from off the lake, delightful place for a home, convenient just in receipt of a letter from Mr. of a stake to start in the production of ,-

r to school and churches in fact you can have all advantagesof Burton Philadelphia, General, August Sales 25th Manager, in which,: dated he porterhouse steaks. Just received a BIG SHIPMENT _of_the famous
be found ad-
Bacon and,hams are to
the city, and enjoy not being crowded. States that he has been in all the principal
points in Georgia: Alabama, Ten- jacent in the rudimentary stage run- & Packard "Korrect Shape"a

No. 429. Large lot on which is located one seven- nessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, ning at large.Hundreds ,

room and one three-room house. Large house is lighted atives Virginia in, Mississippi and has travelling Arkansas represent-Louisiana of hams, all sizes of hams, SHOES= tF

t with electricity: has toilet and kitchen sink, small house and Texas, selling fruit. He states from the small picnic ham to the standard : ,

, also has sink and toilet. We wjll sell this as a whole, or that in his thirty years experience in size. FALL STYLES a
handling citrus fruit that he has never Now, lest there be any misapprehension -

separately. This property is well located, will pay 10 percent been so encouraged: as he is now, note that 1 state ih f the rudimentary We all customers the best of service
that he has. received from the dealers assure .
if rented. Price for both houses 1 Do not labor under the
i on investment visited by him almost unanimous, en- stage. and the most courteous attention
$2,000.No.. 1 thusiastic commendation- the improvement impression that you can go out on the s
that this "organization has' prairie and invest a nickel in a ham .,
45O.-Four-room new bungalow located on a lot I already made, and these dealers have sandwich, but a wise man with a little L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. Y
assured him that will
147$ x 295 feet, twenty-eight: orange, three grapefruit and they : our capital and the industry of the hog going
fruit preference at a higher: price than The ONLY EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE in Osceola CountyPIPE ;
one tangerine tree in'bearing; lot has streets on three that which may be named by our com- into the hog industry can see at-a glance;

t sides, oienty of room for three'more houses to be built on petitors.The Winter. Park house offers the that there in it.are millions. of ham sandwiches -

lot, all of which can be rented to good advantage.. Price most up to date facilities, turns out the
most up to date pack and has the best Chicken factories. We have a few
$1600, terms on half if desired. advertised brands of any house in the but room for many more. Much discussion -
state Florida Grower*who are Interested -.
r No. 431.The; O'Berry "Edgewater Farm" consisting.. in their future wellfare in the goes on about the best breed: J '

of 800 of excellent land.located on the south side of orange industry should avail themselvesof some prefer the Rhode Island Red, others ': '
rr acres
the Rock chickens.
the'opportunity to put their fruits Plymouth FOR IRRIGATION k'We
Lake Tohopekaliga. only 60 minutes, run by :launch fro'mcity through the Winter Park Exchange.WINTER :,
.- I am not much of an expert on chickens ; "
dock. One of the great propositions that combines : PARKXUTRUS GROWERS Asso.L. .
very D. Jones-Manager. but must confess to'a strong likingfor

splendid hammock, prairie and! pine lands. Two I ORANGE Co. CITRUS SUB-EXCHANGE. chicken en casserole; with"plenty of can hip at'once from Tampa any size .

miles of beautiful beach. Thirty acres of fine bearing I 37-tf" Mr. H. Bourne Manager. gravy, please. pipe in any quantity ;

grove, consisting of oranges and grapefruit. Several acres 1 1t. I > Done good and brown though, I don't
I Ip Ir He's Used to I't. care whether fie"cemeerfikom: Casserole,
also severalacnes
. irrigated by a strong flowing artesian well Plymouth or Rhode Island only draw Write for price "IT PA YS" '
Irrigated by the Skinner overhead system. One of It costs a newspaper man mon..y'every r
r time he takes a stand on any the line at coM storage.
&4:' the best flowing wells in the county is located 'on this tract question. Almost any citizen besides a Egg plants have been firmly estab- ,
and all kinds of truck is raised newspaper man can do it without injuring 5I
where fine celery, lettuce lished here for some time, but must not
: his business. If the editor advo-
I'1 in vast quantities. Price $40,000. II cates improvements, the soreheads go be confused with an incubator. The
after him and sometimes their
stop pa former can be eaten.
of four large and two If he the I 'ha
.." 432.New bungalow consisting per. opposes improvements Come to Kissimmee. Don't wait until -
I him and call hima
t,:: shed rooms on lot 147x147" feet, well 193 feet deep, I IJ I progressive back dumber sort get and on a knocker. If he you are dead to acquire an interestin

twenty young fruit trees and young shade trees set in front- I Ir publishes politics, the opposition gets into land. That is not the kind o.f.lot a
J his hair, and if he does not he is
of lot. This property is near to the lake and is a delightful charged with being -afraid to stand out live wide awake person desires.. Investin

r place to live;. land is high and just the place for a nice for his opinion. If he condemns mail Kissimmee land. Get busy. -
order houses, there are some people who Take a tumble, even if it's only off) '
a quiet home where you secure the breeze from the lake almost his
ask him to attend to own business
the sidewalk and real
acquire some estate -
l continuously.'Price $1f OO. terms on half if desired. as they have a right to trade where '\
but take care, the small amount
he mail .t.
they please. Jf publishes a or- .,
der ad. of the merchant' af- acquired in this manner cannot be taken
some are
located in four .
No. 435- We have 22 resident lots
!;: ter his gore. No newspaper man can promls uou8ly. See that the cows have '
different subdivisions, which we will sell all together orseparately come out squarely without making ene- riot been on that portion of the street. Ii
at that be doubled in short mies and losing money, and in the run .
price so
.. money can
t will criti- --- ----
of a year or more incur some
't.. time if entire number are taken together. We will be pleased cism from everybody. The newspaperman Two Classes of Cities The CAMERON & BARKLEY CO. .

submit the entire numlier.on request. thai undertakes to please every-
to figures :
on body will J please; nobody. If the editor The account'of a recent meeting of TAMPA FLORIDA

1 r is "game and sincere and bright and the Kissimmee, Fla., Board of Trade as

.,: FRUIT AND TRUCK LAND i Exchange.thoughtful, the public will admire him reported by the Kissimmee Valley Gazette -1:

started out as follows: -
We have five and ten aere tracts in Liberty Park, the --
of Kissimmee's
The usual number enterprising
't most desirabe! suburban property on the market, which we The Kissimmee Library.The and progressive citizens who --- --- -

are offering for your consideration at prices that are attrac Kissin.mee Library offers to its are met members in regular of session the Board Monday of Trade night,, rR

tive. We will be pleased to show these tracts to prospec- subscribers a list of over four hundred etc. , Lumber

books by the, best author, any or all of We do not refer to this item in a spirit Osceola
tive purchasers at any time. Do not fail 1 to see this property which you have the privilege of reading

before purchasing, as it has advantages of being close for only $2, which secures' a single of criticism, but for the purpose of emphasizing i iA4
membership, or $5 for a family mem- what we have so frequently
in and on,the very best paved road in the County conven- bership. Capt. Trench the librarian, said before, that the majority of nearly ,

ient to the city; school and churches. will issue you a membership card for every city's "enterprising progressive" ; --Company- s!
I the above amount.: Library in State
Ten acre improved farm near the city, facing east on Bank building. 8-tf citizens are neither enterprising

or progressive.
--- - -- -
\ heavily traveled thoroughfare, and south on an avenue that .
I Florida Maps. It always has and probably always will DEALERS rN-r-- 1
is paved half the length of tract. A splendid chance for allan the shoulders of a few to do
Upon receipt of 25 cents at the ValleyGazette
growing an orange and grapefruit grove and at the same office a pocket map of Florida practically all the real work necessary Rough and Dressed Lumber

r time farm the land while trees are into bearing. will be mailed to any address In the for a city's real progress and for this
United States. We can also furnish! reason it is.more than important that
of Osceolacounty; at*.l each, and ,
be atm
mars the drones and sluggards gotten WINDOWS DOORS
_.0.. I glad to estin ate on sectional map IF
i of kind. some""way, in order to force them to .
I any force them to take at'ieast a passive SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LIME ;
--- ---
interest in what 1 Is being done and a re-
H. M. BREAKER & CO. Its Advantage*.
Scene-Train stopping at small station alization of the part they must play in NOVELTY WORK

Irritable Old Gentleman-What the building of a progressive. A r'Jt'

Over Osceola Pharmacy on earth do they stop at station like number'of cities have either buried or .
this. toil Objectionable Passenger' banished the "knocker." It is equally GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL;

(alighting)-To allow me to get out., important to put some life in the "usual, y'y
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Irritable Old Gentleman Ah I I, He, I
and 4
number of progressive
enterprising JIo JIo Free Delivery AU Parts oi City .ra
!it ha* 1U advantages then. .. a!
ST citizens"who do not take an active parts 0.<1 ,

\ Large desk blotter 'tor, sale, at thu 1 s commercial' organization work.Tradesman .- ,

,office for 10 cents., Nashville, Tenn. .
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i-Jj n J >* if,> > ,. and J H. l 'Pre ldent ot meats pnrehss.'and dlaposlttool of lu assets or-", ore ofllcM\ except' That tbs president andtreasurer
.Jf Cellar 'I-- law and deemed shall not be ths amrpiiyon,
The KissHiHMe toll lt. Overflow NOTICE .a may be tu accordance with
Valley . the convention-town: society also dl.. Local suitable and convenient. In U>4 tD"'.....of theTuPpuibase 7 he following named persona ibi u be the officer -
: : i in Or. / to oonduot the business of the company .......
trlct treasurer Those societies and bold shall be lectod at the "
I and otharwlia aoqolre until the o-.osn wbo
W.B.-HARRIS, Editor *.d Prop'f,, range and Osceola.dl.trlct. ', a. .well -.a. -. Of Application; for Letters Patent .ell. ...110. p.edge, mortgage, transfer and Knit. election of oCloerf of said, oompany, ball
(bare of iheoaplbal stock, be qualified; "
rciII ;
q '5. J. TRIPLBTT. ,AssociateEditorrUBUSBED other parts of Florida should be getting: ofKI..lmmee and bolide debentures or other vldonoea: of ill* P. A VANS AGUE, President.
'. '- "'"'" of members and The Board. of Trade ha Incorporation. .. tfrbtedDna created by thin or any other. corporation NEI-HO*.FULL., yioo-Preaident: and
theannual dues .
t: EVERT: FRIDAY." ready rented for term oftwo year; apace or corporations, asuoolalion or aasooiallooa. ARTHUR K.DON9OAN. Secretaryand TTMSorer -'
ending: them to.the district treasurers in the Commercial Congress. building's Notlo* 1 t. hereby dva that lbs jinderilpnad foreign or domestic. cod while the balder ; and each, of said three. persons shall, be a
Office Valley Oazatte BuildincKEMIMMEB. ;, will apply to Ib. Uvrrnor of the Stat of Florld thereof to exercise all the rights sod privilegesof Director. '
Ten'eent. :jjer member la the. assessment Washington D. C., at a coat of $30 pe. >. on the ttth day ot October ai U. Illll, for owaenalp Includlug the I'llIhsiO vote thi-rC. Burn dIrectors and officer ibalr be elected I
: : .O8CEOLA COUNTY. FLA. ( snhdally; Tnmoney < month.. It is the purpose of the boardto I .Leutn l'.i.nt luoornoraittia! ; uNITED LAND on. annually the lad Monday of October of ..cb.:. ,
in most districts have.on display in this space rt advertising ,* VKUTWKNT COMPANY Under the follow To employ Its surplus earnings .aoeuuiulat-" ,..... beginning ia the rear 1V13: ,r rARlIOIB
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: thus given1.. goes for .programs: exhibit which Ing: proposed charter and Articlw of Inoorpo. ed profit la the purchase or acquisition of its. 8. j'
OM_?..... ,ssr... . . . . '..! CIO I will how to all mloD.... of a copiol wbloh bu bmn filed la Lb. oun' capital stock or.ohllgatlona from lions to The said corporation nhall adopt an approprltat I
Os copy.alx anonths. .. . ', . . eo, and other expenses of the fall. coTiven corners that Kiaaimme and Oscoli Florida,tie Secretary blats of. -Xli. Htat of time as Its. board of dlracto, a mt"r detruilDet seal l, and. shall adopt bylaw for the govern .
tions. county are on the map of Florlda..l"'fort. and Ui hold the same In 'Its tr.aaury :to>> beihereeftor blent of it* attain not Inconsistent wltft' Hi att1cDI
Eo :
Airfaoatmunloatlopa. .a--;;;;;; ;author; Myers Press. ' P. A.NL8ON VAN ,FELL. I I sold issued disposed of when and of Inoorporatlpn! and th* 'laws of the Htawof -
ISM -.-.-.......must.abe alrrtad br lb.wrlbnaleetad JAM Eddie I. McMinaman, proalden $K. 00NKUAN NwAR III such manner as the..dlrecUira mor saatter will not ba tvtumed Jack. mutt ; pndlent.To, repealed. be provlded-lu said by-laws.
'. for the First Christian church in Mr. C. A.. Minx, who la trucking on punue any and all other bualnease. and may

ealIed '* ____ . ....,__. _: .----n nBntepad -.___ a-onvllle will soon take her summer vacation Bird island in Lake Kisalmmoe. was lithe ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND PRO to dp any and all other acts and things sod lorxerclaa 'The- ARTICLE o( indebtednesS 7. or llabil- "J'ly ,
at the Pnatoffie In KauhMivM." . ..,. aaeeondelaasmall In Starke and expects while city a couple of days last week. lIe PWKJtD UHAHTKKOKUNMKD LAND be n""oee.any ary,'and expedient all vlh.or.powe.convenient. which lu con.nection may, \ to highest which. 4h. oorpnratlon' c.n.' any time .
matter.Friday stated that he AND INVEStMENT COMfANY.TB itself. shall be Two.Hundred and Fifty
. waa' preparing twenty. with or III addition 10 the business and subject .
""""""" :-; =- 'l there to meet Presbyterian workers of five acres for cultivation this late fall underalfned. auooUt tein.solve. I bualuessea. hereinbefore. specified, which a natUral > Thousand Doll.,...

,September 8, 911ALFREDJONEGAN that town some of whojiv are also and winter and .see* no reason why hi, tvotoM f.b.. p.......... ol baooinlnf person: sod a corporation of llili' character AItTICLE it.
lacorporalad Coder tho ..w..f Florida. may lawfully do and exerolae, and to do any ,The names and residoueu of the subscribingInoorDOrauira
t -- .. -, "'-'- officers in the north-central district, oi., should not have an abundant yield a4 AhTICLa i. and all of the butiufsies. or thiugri beionf' m....- ,, together: : with ,the number of
Gainesville the island i. free from frost. TWelve< --Th..m. of this -orponil.o; sail be I'NIT- tiii id either a one r In. combination. shan a of the auihorlxMl 1 '1'110otock/ subucrlbed -
which Mrs. If. W. Bruce in of his twenty-ffive In KU LAM A INVKol. WKNT: "' /IIP.y; |: tie It la the Intention that al the. object. sod for by each are an follows' '
and junior superintendent. acres are planted principal office and pla t. 01 btii>lna.. hall b. powers specilied ami I' auses contain**'! in Uils K. Nelson Fell, rrfldrnce: Warrenton, Va,,
president sweet potatoes. lu the cur of 11.1............, t..c<-ol'. Co..nI7.10 paragraphhall: exc pt: where atlierwlso expraxied three bundre l IIh rei..
.. Christian! Endeavor in West Florida the titat of Florida, and it* biiKlnMaM m.T boonJurtwl In said paragraph be nowise limited tir Arihur B. Donegaii. roHlilvnce' rClsilinmoa,
? state The launch party composed of Messrs elsewhere. lu lh. aLe of Florida; restricted by. reference. to or Inference from tie lie three hundred shares.
k Passes to His Reward After a tons continues slow of growth in the J. J. Hall A. W.. Payhter. A. A. Tano or in.other .1st,. or ouontrliu through ntherofllcn terms of any other clause. 01 this or any other P. A. Van AIfU..... residents. KlHilmmee !
union twenty-two years old. A hust. bfauchea, aveactM orbdlert.e. .. mar paragraph lu thla charter, but that the object Fla., three hundred aharei.8TATK .
and J.
A. Anderson which left b"ire for be .
Illness. nvceuarjr orconrvnleut.ART1CI.K. sod powers apeclned in each of the clauses of
ling field worker for all br a part of the Fort Myers two weeks ago. returned >y.> this paragraph shall be regarded aa independent

On Sunday morning September 3rd. year ia what we continue greatly in Monday to Kissimmee. The boys report -- news The central to b4I tronsacUd,natnr. of by the uld builnuei Pompany or I.bual-at amended object from and time powers.rhi.lo Unit an.provide charter may by law'bs OP FLORIDA, | ."
offered a splendid time. and say Uiat thwater < follow' .: or hereafter CoUNTY or OM.-BOI.A.I I / yBK
between 8 and 9 o'clock) the soul of need. A friend In Canada one now '
To buy, lease or otberwlta That before tie under'signet
trip to the Gulf is one of the most icqulr Improve, IT KNOWN: me
I Alfred' Donegan "all"ed'uut of the body thousand dollars for such a worker in beautiful and picturesque in America, dralu Irrlfntn, culUTat and .....I..p. mortgage ARTICLE Notary Public lu and for said County
Mill. and lands The of Htoclc .l Arthur 1 E Don-
exchange tenement and amount the Capital >authorU" < and Slate, personally 5P1C5rt'i
1 and began it. journey to it. eternal that region. We would be glad to get The/ entire party are in the best of rust property of every oharacMr alto any Urn. hall br Two Hundred and Fifty" Thojinand egan and r.,: A Vans Agnewi to me well known
1 lIom.on at the home of his"brother' one dollar contributions for theequally health. bvr and any prlTliiigtv llrwnie and right or Dollars. divided Into Two Ihotlmnd Five" Hundred and known lo me to be. time individuals' deourlbed -
high. even
power whatsoever. cutUng boxing taking share or the par vslueOf One Hundred In. sod who subscribed. their n.m.0 the
:j 1 Arthur E. l>ol\l'lran. In this cjjy. The urgent need of Held work here. We the members' of the local chapter an>i UBliig timber, gum thervlrotn, or any partor Dollar each. foregoing proposed charter and each acknowledged -
product aud also An. all of said be for the
thereof to Oouitruct. main part or capitaltook may that he executed lbs "name purport
I aad news had long been expected by our Mr. S. Z. Douglas) of DP Land, IS still of the American Woman's !L..aguowiah tain.I leaw and operate butldlogs and ktructurea, payable either. In cash ot in prop.ny.labor or . therein expreHsed.
IJj for Alfred had been in declining State Union treasurer. to extend through these (columns out of say and all alnda.. To maunfaolur lumber.barrvln services at a Just valuation lobe nard by the Witness. my hand and official ....I..t Klislm.lee. .
people hearty thanks to those who naval .10...... oroMi tiea. ahlnglua. and lucorooiatora.. or by the directors at a meeting I ieee. IhlaWthday:\ of August. A. 1).. lull.
l health for some ye.n--a sufferer from GRACE A. TOWNSEND. so ably assisted all article.. product and byprodncie' mauufao- called for inch purpose; and the Judgment of E.G. ""NSAISKW.
us in making the late moonlight toted or derived from timber to produce, such Inoorporaiora or director as to the. valueof I |IslAm | I'ulillr Mate at K.rirf.
1. the ravages of the great white plague Jacksonville, Sept 5, 1911. excursion success. We are e.pedallyjlrateul mine manufacture and deal In phosphate letUllxeri such property labor' or services shall in the Oommlwlou expires I Ueoeml'erH.l) H.8TATEOF .
..- and petroleum olia, and all the productsand absence of (rand .be conclusive: upon stoofcfcul- My
noble and -- - the
-and while he made a manly to Captain Johnson memo
: i
bjT'prouuvla thereof. To acquire I cou.triict. dora and all lartiflu dealing with the company
; fight'all knew the end was not far ofT.v bers of the band and the young ladies maintain improve develop. mortgage. The anthorlfed capital stock may be issued andpaid !
: : who made the candy. aelland 1 Inue any tram roada or other roads (->r for .' such time or time and upon such NEW: YORK:. i ?
Just before he died he laughed andchatted ST. CLOUD AMERICAN WOMAN'S LEAGUE.Mr. the. Htock end ..."uretl.. thereof) or other terms and condition a. the board of director COUNTY ." pleasantly with his family and transportation lacliitle,. oroouveulenvea necea. may determine: and It may he lncrea. .e .
aary or dtwirabla for the development& conveu time to '' amount mated In lbs 'I ( Notary I'ubllc In' and lor -oiid County *
i in response to the question as to how and Mrs.' II. B. Houck and Mrs. tenet vr profit of any lanria or other properly manner :..i.t'b1. | and Xtate. iHrs..iialty sprwareil. K NVIxiu; Kell" ,
Houck's mother who came here last of M nlrh the company may be poaneaM d, or In ARTICLE 4. i I to me well known and' known lo me to le the
I he felt. answered "splendid. never week from Pitt burg. Pa., have rented which It may have an Interval; to own, main. The corporation shall have succession. by lit '! I Individual" It'.,'ii tol I In und who I ml tmriledhis
0) thinking that the Grim Reaper was ITEMS OF INTEREST CLIPPED Hamilton in South aim. ant operate bo... aud vehioleg. and moiorpourerof Corporate[ name perpetually. and lot to exist perpetually. nsmi> to the. fiyeKnlliK, I.r.\. \ clmrUir, andacknowltnlKtvl .
concrete bungalow 'I .
all descriptions for Itaell' and for hire : iARTICLE thai lie t'lf ame. for
there to claim his soul. FROM THE ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE KisHimmee into which they moved on or cotufmnitatlon: To own, operate, . / R Ilh..purponeN Ih.r'itt" ,'5 iiriMi, *'l lWltnian fi'I
hire, Ufteand maintain docka. wharrea elevators niid Iii ,.si .. .1.] Bt .9 t. ,
The business hand "
Tuesday and will until the house of the corporation shall be con. my
: His remains laid to rent in Ho/<. occupy I
were .tanks. refrigerators. Ice mauufao' IhlIII. ,\ of "
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Knapp and siste.M <<.t-.I they are building in Kissimmee Park I. presses incted by a president, a vice prenldent, a aecreary Wail 'Irt..t. New Yurk City day "PO
timing plaula.. and storago lavllitlua ol every > It'll.I '
hill cemetery on Monday afternoon at and Ireasnrer. and a btaird of directors '''lIIb l II. '
his Ten Eyck etertaineti B few friends completet) Mr. Ilouck owns fifty acres kind and to collect and receive pruflla. and "onstriting of not lees than three nor more tbanIve [IHltAL I ...K" -IIKKWOIlD.I It
4:30.: the funeral being under the direction in the Park which' is having put in toils therefrom; to Issue auirage, wharfingerand members; th. number of directors to be I .Nit; .r\ I'libllf. KinusC*" New \ork. I:
last Friday ""with a chicken dinner at warehouse receipts for or aKunt properlyof nl".l Sew York I X. Y.CominixMou .
lied by the stockholder. In the by-lawn (loin LYrtitlrale: I in ;
the Masonic order! and attendedby 1 condition for citrus fruit
of planting treesand
kind that mAy be- placed dbpoMlUMl orktored ,
;X r.U.\
:: their pleasant home. Florida avenue and sow time to time. The. same person may bold two J 'x'lrt.Iorrll, ti.
the local lodge of Knights Pythias vegetables this fall and wint..r.Broth'r with or br said company To form promolv I
Sixth street. The guests present were and asahi financially or othenrlao, compaule -
both ot which he had for years been an Egbert Gillette and Sister *, .)'..dle."' .. rtuershlps and "._' -
a Comrade and Mrs. T. F. Van Arstiale attous: and to guarantee payment of principal.
honored and consistent member. The Elizabeth Sears members the Shaker :
Comrade anti Mn G W. Marsh Comrade ii funeral procesnion, was one of the largest colony arrested last week charged: with obligations, oousracui or neOUrltieaianutd
aud Mrs. J. Mathewsuml Comrade causing the death of Sister Sadie Mar- by any cnrporatlou or individual whenever SHOES
,j in this and floral wise in the. judgmentof SCHOOL
4. ever seen city. Jjje pmpvr or nofeanary
and Mrs. F. Sears. I chant. a member of their colony a full lu directors In the. lulereol. 01 the bUKlness,
I. offerings covered thrR"k..t and account of wkich appeared in our lastissue purHH or property of this coraitanr. To act
and released' this week.the a5 1I.'al 0' otter ..1I"nlor I..r..u.. ftrms sod Now is the time. to buy shoes for school wrar
F pieces ot rare beauty design were on bond .
many Apropos of our recent mention of astray of five\ thousand corporation to receive properly ol any kind before the sizes are broken: We now have, .
former in the
carried; to the loving I sum ..lh..I.e to Invest and
were grave by lob.* ntM ID trust or ; _
I[>, hen making a nest and laying in dollars and the latter two thousand dollar reiu\eat stuJ t>rop4>rt y .Mt h.. ..nm..r. j a complete line of -

friends. the Tribune office cornea Comrade. ... their I bondsmen being some of the ....llh., Income ibt-nafroin. to X..w."UI 'II
besides dorM'. acquire., pl..IIC"< coO all any anaxnl .
wife and and
D..t't'R..II..avea. a in l WALTON'S
most prominent this community.
of ). trau .It..It.. ltitrumvn and as.
W. Pratt living on the opposite'side< Deti" thib or !
t stepson five brothers and two sisters I I ....rtll.'.. tieb-HiiturH.1. ondH. not**.. ....h'J. of mx1 -
Massachusetts avenue, informing us We see by the Kissimmee Valley Gazette 1 i-hnupe anil evidence of Ib.lobled..n''''''. "RED GOdSE" SCHOOL SHOES
J. R Arthur F.. Char Ie.. Edward W., I .
I that of his hens brought home from that Osceola county h an purchased and ohliimtioun of every cbaracter. To buy .
George Elisabeth and Adalenc Done- one Heir abstract books and that theare "'q II.r... hold own p'-edK'". mortK K'". ...lloperate. ,r
t under the Tribune office ten chicks the Improve asntKn. transfer and trade in Just received a shipment of I.aches' I DKKSS
gan all of whacn were present although now open to their citlzf>TI"'t'e have any .n'' all gooxl-, a area. ninrobai dbe aiimt'r.IcrIv SLIPPERS including French Kid Silk, Satin -
_ other day. His aged wife is proud of Or. claaa and deMCiMpttuu : ou ,
for of
4 advocated this for a long time every
did reach the "
not Patent
George Donegan city and Kid. See Windows.
ifn uA artimnl. aud a* ,.e'or.1>rok..r or ait out I f /
them and Comrade Pratt rails them St. ange county. Now we have one of the I
until late Monday afternoon justbeforethe for stir other person or cOrporation lucludtnnpa We assure you up-to-date service - .d'
Cloud Tribuneten.Mrs. most intelligent boards of county commissioners it*lit rights, inventions, trade mark. ONlou1| [ (
funeral services he having: been at .- in the state and we hope they anti other |1.r.perty| thi boar tn"\ *. may L .
: the interests L. M. W HID DEN & CO.
h deem convenient and |
his home in Bessemer Ala., when the will soon follow suit. It will cost some
L. Got !rich and ol the. CompanyTo
C. < dRIlj.rht..r.Mra. i ..
? aid news of his brother's death reached money of course to do this. but it will ifitie much stork bonds. debentures and t tother ;
Hatcher with the latter's neee.little be returned a hundred-fold l in saving the I obligaltona. aud to mo" such luve.'-, ::1.

I left for These books should 't
him.Alfred Lillian Mayes. Thursday\ people's money. -
Donegan had spent! most of his of the '- -- - .
by all means be the property f
Tampn.. St. Petersbug and other points.They . c i .. 1.I .
life in this city. having reached herewith people. Talk to your member of the c . /
will leave for C'arulh'r8YIIIl' Mo. '
his parents from Irclajui when a board about it Since, writing the: abovewe I
in a few drfys and expect to arrive I have seen our member of the board i

very small boy but ft few years ago home about September 9. visiting lion E.. L. Brown and he heartily endorses -

: moved into the West and engaged: 1 in sonville en route. They will .. Jack-I our position. Hope others will l

railroading. the business he had followed fall in line in this progressive move I 'LOTS.
Mrs. R. San-
St. Cloud in January. C. .
--Oviedo Advance.Mr. .
i since reaching his majority.Something born accompanied'them: as far as Kis/ ment.

I; over a year ago his health simmee.The I J. S. Stratt n. of Kissimme. an

became such as to force him into a expert buyer WhO has recently examined :I .J have been surveyedoud Streets and )

clime andhe returned here and most of the large groves in the .
warmer Woman's Christian Temperance grapefruit section of this state make Avenues laid Ott in ,I.;;

accepted the position managerof the Union held it* meeting in G. A. R. hall the statement that the fruit in the groveof ) .

Kiasimmee Auto Co., only resigning the Monday last Mrs. Mar.h' presided, Mr Eli Walker. in the northern part '

position a few weeks ago. Alfred Don. with Mr. Jennie Hamilton secretary of St. Lucie county is the finest he I
Williams' /-
ivision "-
was1 ever laid his eves on at- any time or at
egan a manly man brave, courageous and Mrs. Bryan, pianist. Song"MySaviour any place, Mr. Stratton has been so "

kind and gentle, and none had a First of All;" Scripture read- successful in buying fruit in this see-. ..

: higher sense of honesty and truthful- ng, Mrs. Woodward; prayer !Mrs. Fisk tion this season that it was found necessary -

nos..* The,world lost a real man when all joining in the Lord's i raver. Theninnies for his firm to build! a packing i to 'f.
house here consequently the Tuckerlot .
Alfred Donegan passed over the river' '
of last meeting were approved. |
; on the Y has been secured and work :

of life. There was an .extended discussion of on the building will soon begin thusgiving '

- usiness. and ,what was best to do for an addition to our working population ,

: CHRISTIAN ENDfAVOR he good of all, and. as Mrs. Woodward furnishing this a fall market and where at the the same townspeople time- WHITTIER--j-

_ .' said, most of all. the boys. can secure ripe fruit for home I

use at reasonable prices. Fort Pierc I
Organization That is Doing Great C' L, Key's new boat and bath News. .j.jKISSIMMEE

Good in Florida.Pleasant Massachusetts avenue k"d the lakefront I }
I PARKItems and are offered for sale to the
was" on Thursday the scene of a j
greetings recently came ...
merry gathering of comrades and youngerpeople. public at from i. .i
: from Mrs., Douglas the society president -

_ 1 in the Presbyterian church of who accepted Comrade Key's of Interest from .Our Busy ,i 1, ,
Invitation to come down and make use
Weirdale, who has met with\\ remarkable Across the Lake.Mr. : '
if hi* new place as a dining hall andilace Neighbor .
:' success' in her' endeavor} efforts. $25 to $35

L Miss Lily C. Pierce secretary and ot amusement for the day. The Riggan has moved ov..t his i per Lot J

k introduction superintendent for the St. Cloud Drum Corps was on hand andurnished household goods and will soon occupy J ,

music, and there was a flag his new house.
: Christian church in Tampa" writes that =-
1 raising and boat races A large number The work of draining the muck l land .b.
- of
r member
on account so many being
I t> brought well filled baskets and madein I. being continued.We ___- --_ r
away for the summer their young peeplo's .
society has taken a vacation. ThillI I all day outing of itMr.. Key fur. understand that the south part of 4-

I U sometimes necessary, but we wish it I lished five\ gallons of coffee and a barrel the Park Peninsula will be platted and Whittier will\ soon be in railroad connection with every part .. 1 r

.was not any place in the Florida uni
g, No news-items have come from Stuart : \* finished and ready for business about The mail boat is disabled and traffic I most important towns in South Florida therefore lots at the I f ;,: I

i,, and Miami of south-eastern district for I I the 15th. Between the twin cities is on a stand- above\ prices are only one-tenth of what they will bring twelve '

: several weeks. We hope someone in still at present. Hurry up. Captain Da- months hence. I I
Comrade F. Scarr, who has a fine farm
4 each of these societies will notice this ,with lake.Ias ris. DOW is your time. !Let us hare Whittier has a telephone line. It has good roads for auto I 1.1.I
orange grove on Runnymede .
mild reminder and heed ft by sending some more regularity and accommoda- I travel at any time. H ts three mails per week.. Whittier is on ,
I with the aid of his son, John ofLak..wood '<
., t. ntrws soon. I ion. the center land between St. Johns and Kissimmee .rivers just I- 'a
just completed a large shop .
Miss Nellie Rowley of the large, Veal'I I nd will with Mrs. Scarr' occupy it for The grapefruit are already changing twelve miles each way. One and one-half miles from Kissim- .l '

: around society of West Palm Beach color. mee Prairie land of the Hunter Land Company. We have the I ;; .
he build
I a dwelling until can a concrete '
1..utem district, tells. of moonI I ouse", ; Mr. J. M. Earl was in the Park last best land for trucking and farming in Florida. We have fruit I "' .

light parties on the water, which have J. w!. k. and vegetables all the year round.: We are in thfTcenter of stock .

chen spice, therefore interest to their The Reporter-Star. Orlando calls Some timber has been cut on Mr. raising by the best and cheapest method on earth": We have a \ _

f workers this dull season. Social times I Itt..ntion. to the bad condition of the Rollins' land. Mr. Harrington is run- school roll of eighty: two grocery stores: two hotels open the

are good every month and especially' i 1 iehway: from Orlando to Kiimme ling his mill again. year rdund. Whittier is on the east boundary of Lake Marion -

4 during warm weather when combined. Il would be more truthful to say the Mr. E. E. Fairbanks and T.V.. which extends westward connecting with a chair, of'lakes to Kis-

w 1,1 I road is bad from Orlando to the county Swindler' were in town last week. simmee river. Here is the hunting and fishing paradise. Whittier I I' "

Miss Laura Lewter. State-Tenth Legion : I line of Osceola county which i i. threend For Park news read the Gazette.CORRESPONDENT.. has the best marl ma'.erial.fof good streets and hard roads!. in

superintendent, and society secretary I onehalf mile north of Kissimive. : Florida. .
; t for Presbyterians of Orlando, From this line to KiN mm_, Sprigg Fleming the clothes cleaner Maps of this sub-division cart be seen at W. G. Kings office

l. ' wgjtM that interest waa increased for \ 1 lb.ecountjofOseeola has laid a marl left yesterday for a ten daya' tnp toLake in St. Cloud Jenkins & Woodham's office in Kissimmee. or at

several weeks by having as temporary I road which is good at all times, e*.' City, the home of his father adv., 4 my residence in WWJtier. ,.
e pastor the Rev. Anderson who wu I ecially in the rainy season, when the ---- -- .- '&

.. their. pastor several years ago. ltl; 4()>ranjre county road is practically imasaabl A want ad. in the Valley Gazette aJ- ... ----- l,\

: peaks well of the Christian Endeavor I *. Orlando is the looser _.,. brings results. .

"- .... of a minister when just a short I''through the condition of this road' but .

tins) brbvgs new vigor to its eooet,. I If (Orlando\ business men seeta little Interested. E. R. BASS t .

- ', f Orange and Osceola district meets inSt. !I I Orange county as well as ANNOUNCEMENTSFor .

'. Oood this year for the November II I >ec. ola, needs a thoroughly trained; cn ,. .". "

.convention local workers win join I incer as'' road superintodaot. OMrbo Clerk Circuit CourtAt
'I with district Ute -tr**** a.inrl>H"eI w, frt.... WH.ITT.IE.Q'PLO.RIDA
in i
- enthusiastically .ocen i U competent to .Uhliafc leYe1a&net troa3 ( .CW>BT.1 kmkr SBWMUM* myIfaeudtdaMlor (. ,
""ma-kin. this a great SUCOMV 11. j. I a perfect drainage system for the CUrkel ilw Vtmkit Osnrt :
.I. Sad he118 -.' .5 tIte e.wtas pn. ,. \'
W.-Miller., *. U president :reeds be builds. The county load fund I wtok .. tsak Pe st's fIbrsuDs. ,

*YR. '\"the district.and.Mr... Perry Dale in, 'Ie absolutely wasted. T ry- k>nar of It .,...I* s.,,=Ie tas. p.If .-sad .J- itrs.eb s.ppsi ttsiIUaS (

_I.; ,.,WIater. Pax 'Tte*. president. Miss I inter the present system.Taft ::. pssl "o je tao
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Itie lmm&e'Vali6U Gazette Mr.-,George S1ngietary and family..- Capt,; James Slmp on.of Kissimmee. The raembera otthett.fetb

turned to the 'city yesterday after .. visiting Mr and Bin. Harry C. Dun will give social next nights T ;

.t TLEPMaNENo.: : ,lt.RUHLISsHEDEVERY spending the" summer. at, Coronado" can at Tavares, and'enjoying the com the residence of Mrs,Tuesday H. M.-Pfann on

. .. pany-of his granddaughter.- Emmet street, The church has admit. 'fi

FRIDAY Mr. T.; C.: -Roberts,'one of St. Cloud's Eustis. Lak.' Region. ; ted thirty-nine new members the past ;
Iti -BT- .. hustling real estate dealers, was in the The four negroes arrested last' week Tear of and this social ill',for the purpose KISSIJIIjIIEEfloPnsi -- Iiiuiwi

.W. a.'HAAMIS.- city yesterday attending, to businessmatters. 'for selling weisky: were arraigned be- ou*mating people i .them better acquainted with .... }

| fore Judge Parker on'Monday, and .
were .,
Conteudlog" the
M m .tlT for faith.IJICIh was enee
--- bound '
to the October of the '
...Ir.wWeather- Dr. R. J. Cunningham left yesterday county over court for trial.. - term . School Commissioner,Willis Chandler for aU delivered unw the. ,..8.,.lDUu-. Jod.: 1,7, ..
for Wooster, Ohio 1n answer to a telegram .". was here on Tuesday attending the reg- 11' _
Report announcing the .serious Illness .of Mr. L. H- Ate, who has been cone .ular monthly meeting.of the School OFFIOERS Of" THE; CT1URO1I .

.. his father. .J.I nected with the Pioneer Plumbing/ shop Board, and .In conversation with a rep. ,,: BUNYAN STEPHENS. Pastor:. "
in this city for some months, left Sunday resentatiye of this paper stated that C. W. DAN Clerk. C. F. BRYAN, Treaaurer. _,
J I I ..
Mr.;Chas. Carson and sister Miss i erope in the ''Dn tcorra-d.-A. "
: .
for Atlanta, In which city he will Bassinger aection were ex Car-.onCo'.J'WoodaJl.: N:C;'Bryan;
Following are the daily temperatures Annie, left today for Colorado Springs, make his home in,future. ceptionally fins and times generally J. W. Wilde: .J; M. Wtllaon, Jr... Joe Jefforde 1.1.' .
and precipitation'asreported' where they will enter the Univeralty.of :j prosperous. <. '.Jr,Hicks I .. A. :). Gilbert. J. M. Hanaell, W. II Jonea :
Colorado. .Dr.. B. D.,: '':' ... ..1., .' : :. :- ,
the Government'station .
:1 by will be at Ki.emme.-next Tuesday Tax Assessor John ,;
at KI''Ilmm418| for the Misa M. W. Sargent who has been September 12th, to treat stock for Orel-street received ,

week ending Sept. 7, 1911. spending her vacation at her home in all diseases-dentistry a specialty. Can log the>a serious telegram illness on Tuesday of his announc- : ORDER' OF SERVICE-SEPT.!: 10, 1911
Avon Park returned to Kissimmee on be .i.ter"Mra.
consulted at either stable. 37-lt H.' H. HolUster
at her home in' owl-
Mrs. Hollister's.
Capt. H. M. Breaker the sale fends many MORNING-11:00
'D. G. who has been the reports in this city will anxlouslyvwait :
Friday.95; 73 . Lagley. ,/
week of ten of land in Liber-
of Donegan for few the news of a change for the better in Piano"PreludeDoxology . "
the Misses a '
guest .
Saturday. .. . 92 76 .' ty Park to Mr. B. A. Lowrance ef her condition. .
days, returned to her home at Sanfordon
Sunday. . . 94 '70 ..43 : Mooresville.'N. C., also- to Marion E. !
'" Wednesday.Superintendent. Invocation
Monday. . . 93 72 Fisher a house and lot in North Kissim Rev., and Mrs. J. TsBell ,celebrated : . ,
; their Hymn 18-"Lyons"Scripture 7P
of Public Instruction golden
Tuesday. . ... 92 72 . mee.Mr. wedding on Friday night, _' '
and Mrs. W. J. Sean and son returned Eugene Bryan arrived In the city September 1st, and a large number of Leston- a -
Wednesday. . 96 72 . Monday from a stay of two weeks at Monday from Jacksonville suffering a our people who had been their friends Prayer

Thursday . . 96 70 .14 Coronado Beach. slight indisposition, and will remain and companions for years I were oresent Hymn 474-"Bealoth" i'( 1 i
here with his father Mr. N. C to pay their respects and wish them
Mrs. S. H. Bullock and children returned until he completely recovers his Bryani Godspeed on their journey toward the : Announcements l

to the city yesterday from Cor- good health goal they have so justly earned by a Oft'ertory-Volee-Duet-NI.aea Bryan and Canon u

onado Beach, where they had spent the long, useful and Christian life. !: Sermon-"The Call To and Work of the Ministry" ''
""" """"' """" ----""
past two months. Miss Mattie Bandy returned Monday Invitation 435-"Arlington" : .

night from a two weeks' trip to WashIngton -.
Mrs' B. C. Miller and children returned The Kissimmee Construction Co., although Communion 490-"Balerma" '
Baltimore and New York in II"
THE LOCAL FIELD. a recent.addition to
I Tuesday from St. Petersburg, which cities she purchased a full stockof our city's ,
where they have spent the past month enterprises. Is making its way rapidly e
fall and winter millinery for her storein .
in the business
Ul pleasantly with friends., this city.Coqnty world having just com- EVENING-7:30!;
pleted a residence for Mr. D. H. Rlg-

<%'-% bV4SNKeAVte Postmaster-Frank Vans Agnew is on Commissioner: Sid Pearce was gan at Kissimmee Park, and next week Song Service . e ; ,

Osceola pharmacy, the leading drag a month' leave of absence! and will in the city this week lit attendance upon will begin work-on-a-handsome bungalow -f --- -83J'HolyHoly) ". '. --- -- ."
spend his time visitingdifferent placesof for Dr. C. L. Hyatt on Main street.
the regular of the
monthly meeting
37tf 468 "Throw Out
store. Phone No. 3. the Life Line"Prayer
This .
in this has
interest state. Commissioners, and stated that times company purchased the business .

For prompt delivery for anything in were exceptionally Rood in the Bassin- andgood will of D. F. Allerton, {
The council at ate session Tuesday and Is prepared to do any character of $91-"1 Need Thee"
the drug line call No, 8. 87tf I get section.
ordinance prohibiting VI
night passed an monumental stone work. See adv. in Scripture Lesson
bicycle riders from running on the side- I another 1
denti.t office In column.
R. J. Cunningham, the bf
walks anywhere in the city. On Wednesday night, at home Song 850-"Blessed Assurance" -
Fraternity Hall building. 31-tf' Mrs. W. H. Arnold, In North Kissim i
Mr. S. B. Aultman returned to the mee, Mr. Frank Limbeck was united in The County Commissioners of Franklin Announcements
The Board of Trade will meet' in regular -, city yesterday from Coronado Beach, marriage to Miss Hattie M. Wents- county have adopted the plan of pub- Offertory 437-"Work for the Night"" '
session Monday night. licity which has been found to work
and F. Parker so Sermon '
wife worth G.
where he had accompanied his Judge performingthe i ,
well in .
Osceoha and have subscribed to n.
Osceola pharmacy, the only place yoU daughter in his touring car. ceremony 250 copies of the Apalachicola Times, to Invitation 207-"Where lie Leads Me"
.We lead.
can secure Rexall remedies. 37tf The Rev. David D. Kidd will hold services Mrs. H. C. Stanford and children returned be sent for three months to prospective ..

in the Episcopal church on Sunday to the city' yesterday from Cor- settlers The Osceola Commissioners A HEARTY WELCOME r>f,

Dr. Roy Chandler, of Lake City, was next. Morning prayer sermon and onado Beach, where they had spent the have been subscribing for a large num- awaits all those the standing '
'a visitor to our city on Tuesday. holy( communion at 11 o'clock. past week for the benefit of Mrs. Stan-, ber of copies of the Kissimmee Gazettefor accept invi
forp's health, which, we are glad to several' years and they have found i tation to attend services at this church. :ti !tra
Blue Ribbon ice cream, best in town. Miss Bonnie Patrick left Saturday say, is much improved. excellent results from the enterprise. :
> 31-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. I evening for Kissimmee where she will Frankling county will doubtless derive titi

I be the guest of friends for the next Mrs. H. E. Cole and her sister, Mrs.J. similar benefits. Tampa Tribune. :

Osceola pharmacy, agents if or East- two weeks.Orlando Reporter Star. H. Miller, and son Walter, who have .. .
man.kodaks and supplies Phone No. 3. been Mrs. Col /'s guests 'or the past two: - -.. 'ij '
37tf I Mr. W. E. Johnson_ of KisBiqimee.. months, left Sunday for Chicago/ frs. :
arrived here last Saturday and has ac-
Miller's home, where Mrs. Cole will remain LATHSMOULDINGS
Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew has gone to cei ted a position at A. J. Lightfoot'sgrocery until the middle of October. LUMBER'r! SHINGLES
Coronado Beach for a month's stay. I ttore.-FCrt. Pierce News. j

Mr. 'W. -I. Barber who has for sometime
Born, to" Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peel, on Capt. Geo. Saunders has justcom been manager for the H. C. Stan-
Thursday September 7th, a daughter. pleted a trunk cabin dory for Mr. K. J.Melklejon "
; I ford Co. at St. Cloud, has severed his
which is 28 feet and
r long connection with that and will '
Mr. H. Edmund Swabey visited the equipped with 11 h. p. Ferro engine. company Nebr.
leave shortly for Omaha, wherehe
in Orlando last
Kellows night.
Odd lodge will make his home in future.
I Mr. Julian Montodoca', who is con-
Crushed Rose Perfume, the fineston nected with the Southern ColonizationCo. Son \ ,1.1/.1DyalTUpchurch /
this market. Kissimmee Drug Co. 31tf in the southern part of the county, The regular rneeting'of the Village (FormerlyMcNair & ) .....
in the few this week. Improvement society will be held in the Florida
was city a days Building:, Jacksonville, .
Postmaster Hill of Narcoosse, spent i Chapter House next Tuesday afternoon, l
Wednesday in the city transacting bus The Hunter Land Co. has added two September 12th, at4o'clock. All members Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber In -Florida, Is well man

iness. new cars to its list, which will be used and those interested in the work ufactured and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload lots exceptionally good.'Agreeably ..
in conveying prospective buyers to the the society is doing are requested to be

Messrs. A. A. Loll and R. H. Waring Hunter lands on the Kissimmee prairie. present.Mr. .

returned Monday from a short trip to : i @
R. A. the memberof - -- -- -
Daytona..For There are matters of importance that Wiley, junior
the firm of Niemeyer & Wiley hall ,
will be presented to the meeting of the
anything in toiUef( \; preparations, Board of Trade on Monday night, and a purchased the interest of Mr.'.Niemeyer '
f b 'to Osceola pharmacy. Large stockto full attendance of member is desired in both the restaurant and fruit store, 1>1
select from. 37tf and in future those place will be con- -
Mr. who arrived ducted under his sole ownership and L
George Donegan,
A well established
good here to attend the funeral of management. ,
box 316 Monday
business for sale Apply to ,
37 tf his brother, Alfred Dotvegan, will returnto 11th is the fb
Kissimmee, Fla. Ala. Monday, September day ;
his home at Bessemer on appointed by the American Woman s .

Mr. -J. C. Griffin and family returned League for the-election of national of- .
'. Tuesday night from a week's outing! at . 114;, and Mrs. W. A. Sullivan, of Ju- ficers. All full-paid members of this .. .' :- : :
''" ;Coron' on'V 0 Beach. : piter,. Fl a., who have been visiting relatives 'chapter are urged to be present,'and ""' .' '." ,,t '' ;"' ,,,,"j;..;,, "" ...

i, .' Dr. J, W. Simpson spent tew days InJacksonville and friends in this city for the I vote and to attend the business, meetingon '' ,- .
weeks returned home .that day at 4 o'clock. '' Sjurprisedat$j( ; . I "'
/ this week attending; to past six yester. : $? ( !. ,,;'
business affairs. best
Mr. Harvey.Collier, one of the'

Meet meat Kissimmee.Drug Co. and Judge G. F. Parker, agent of the A. known young men in this city,'fell froma
C. L. at this states that it the second story window of a house in
and we will get a drink of the best I point, is tlie'Improvement".t
North Kissimmee on Tuesday
soda water made. 31tf company's intention to occupy the new evening!
passenger station within the next ten and received serious though not necessarily \

Miss Annie Carson returned Sunday days. dangerous injuries, but for some

from a stay of three weeks with friendsat time he will be helpless. .
Asheville, N. C. Mr. W. B. Harris editor of the i Val-
ley Gazette, left Tuesday night for Mr.: O. R Bass, representing the
Judge G. F. Parker and family motored South Carolina, and will- be absent a Whittier district on the Board of Coun- ....". -- --"

to Orlando on Sunday and spent the week attending to private business mat- ty Commissioners, was here'Monday attending .
with friends.Mr. ters. the meeting of that body, and
day pleasantly .
said that times were so lively in that Is the expression from those

H. M. Steen, (of Kissimmee, was Mr. Fred Gilbert, who was called to little city that it was no longer necessary -
transacting business in the city on Sat- Clinton, N. C., Thursday of last week to go abroad to find bigh life.
...... urday-Polk County Record. by telegram announcing the death of who have visitedKI.SSIMMBE
his brother, returned here Tuesday Mr. A. S. Nelson is in receipt of the _
Mr. and Mrs. I. A ten, of Pinecastle, night. sad Dews that Mrs. Mary Slaymaker

a''' are visiting at Kissimmee for a few passed away on Wednesday at the homeof

days..!South Floridaa Sentinel. Mrs. M. H. Porter returned to her her daughter in Wichita, Ksns. Mrs. .q

.... home near this city on Tuesday from Slaymaker spent last .. nter here with
Miss Helen Jones is the guest this St. Petersburg, where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. S. Nelson, and
week of her sister, Mrs. A. M. Chis-
relatives for the past three made many friends among our people.
holm, at her home near Orlando. PARK
months. .
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Senator Louis C. Massey, or Orlando
Mr. M. foremanof the street
Phillips Miss Marie Willard and her attractive was here Wednesday greeting his many
force, left Sunday for a visit of ten T
. guest Miss Ruth Butler, of Ki sim- 'friends. It has not been learned as yet
days with friends at Quitman, Ga.
mee, will leave tomorrow for a visit to whether the senator will be a candidatefor

,sr 1 The United Daughters the Confederacy friends at Bradentown.( -Polk County re-election to the state enatebut_

: f. will meet at the Chapter House Record. it is generally conceded be will not make v'u

next Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. the race as by precedent it is Osceolacounty's ,
C:; W. j, Seers went to'Daytona b
I Supt. time to furnish a man for that recently. :
f:. Mr, W. J. Dale and little son, of Miami on Wednesday and brought back his office .
t are spending the week in the city touring car, which he left there Monday I : '

{. v with-Mr. Dale's mother, Mrs. E. Dale on his return from( Coronado Beachto Mr. D. H. Riggan and amily, who .. ..
this city. moved here a couple of weeks ago from ,..
\ .Mr. Mike-Crown, acting division superintendent Burlington, N. C.. and purchased prop- h
I ,, of the A. was in Rev. Snyder goes to Gotha for a service -> erty in Kissimmee Park, on which he 21 '

I;0". e .the city Tuesday I in the interest of his in the schoolhouse on the first has had built a residence, moved over I.
"'L road. Wednesday of each mpntb. He findathe"Tl Tuesday, and at once began putting his r

'' use filled with an earnest, atten- ground in condition for planting a fall
? '- 'SfHon.. C. SI: Acree spent Monday in tive audience. and winter crop of vegetables. r

1 the city greeting friends end aiming up . ,,- '''''.'.. -
the probable candidates in the primaries Mr. A. E. Drought, of, t. Cloud, Mayor A. C. Stanford and the street - *> '

next spring. passed through the city''' yesterday en committee of the council, composed of WE CONTINUE TO GROW
T route to Orlando, for the purpose of accompanying C. W. Dann, chairman; H. M. Breaker
Miss Lillie Porter returned Tuesday Mrs. Drought and daughter and J. M. Hansel), went to Sanford on
from Bartow, where she had pleasantly! back home Tuesday and made a thorough Inspec-

spent the past two month. visiting ref- tion t>f the vitrified brick paving in that

'.: atives.: Mrs. Godwin and her neice Miss city, as well as the manner in which -
Lessie Williams, of Frostproof, are visiting that city 'js having the work done.
Mrs. J. McPhatter.
who has spent the Mrs. Godwin's daughter, Mrs. -
part of six weeks with friends at Greensboro Griffis, of Kissimmee Island.-Polk Mr. J. E. Mattocks, vice-president and }
N. C., returned here Saturday County Record.A general manager of the Kissimmee Valley /

, .night.T Land Co., who has spent the-past :
very large crowd attended churchat month with his family in North Carolina -,
Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Lesher, of Orlando
Chuluota, Sunday when Rev. J. T
o expected to return here tomorrow -
':.spent Saturday and Sanday In Kivsim- ,
Bell, of Kissimmee, preached two .
very accompanied by his wife and chil-
the of
.. meet guests Harvey .and interesting sermons.-Lake Gore Item. dren. Mrs. Mattocks and children have .

f'. family. |In Oveido Advance. spent the summer at their. old home. Kissimmee
Valley Land
---- -- Lenoir N. C. Company r
''"# .I\\N\\\\\\\\\\\\N\\N\A' \......-.....-1 r ..........................-....-..., 'Mr. and Mra.'M. S. Shupe arrived 'hi ,

.: '<" I the city last week from Smith Pa., .
:r I DR. R. I. CUNNIN6U' Special? attention: given to the regulation II and have purchased a flve-acre of ', -
J tract :
,r of children' teeth. f Vice-President.
h:'. land and two loU In Pinedale. Mr. J. E. MATTOCKS, & Manager:

I Gaa and 'local anaesthetic given Shape began this week.the erection of ..
for the extraction of teeth. a house' on his Iota ar well as having his .
l tract put in condition tor planting a crop
.'. : I DENTISTnuTEHiTTsmiiiiaii I ''EuMlnatloJ.achiee of this KISSIMMEE i
?PF and estimates' vegetables fall and winter. It FLORIDA I
k( t. cheerfully given.OPENEVENINCS. i. needless to say that; he called at the : I .

"' ,., - T Valley.Gazette office and had his.. name j r,$;,.r'; m*, *? >*i
":' added: C>D ,oW' subscription list .. that ,
., : ( UStlHHE' ."." >:: .. ,; ......-; 1' TEUfRonN .1OG. "
tu x I j "' .1.... ,. "'. . ; '' I comers. The Nelson, Realty Co. made .. 'V. 4,'. .
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I WISH to say to the contemplating THE P',4.M jL. W.YER. : .
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,. builders in Klaslmmee and ..,0.ura"mamt -
tt . ,. .hav. . "' 1 ,If f . ; "
II.".y surrounding country that I- to Mrtref"tefanother's ) ..., ...
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succeeded in getting the alrenoy'' default >' not valll 0ghY .. '" f
for the well known brand Cherok , r
v. t unless In writing.-Dnntap. rerus .- .f
k.. Cement Plaster. It will
Y go Wlllett, N. C.. 60 8. E.222.
farther, make a'harder wait and, I il:
r better wall, .,spread easier. and Whore' natural "boundary .
give better satisfaction than any called for I by' a deed tbe line '
'' other brand made>..' Every sack 'moat terminate at such boundary ., Protectionto : >: :
guaranteed. One million dollars however Vide It"may .be, a .
backs. up guarantee ,$l .OO ,ton. of the course called for or bow- ,f> .. . .

''B." DICKERSON conicttr' ..<'loin*. ever short or beyond the distance house barn or fence withgoodpalnt"the
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__.. ,. au, Roper Lumber:. ,Company bost'lnsurance you' I
u N. Cl, to 8. B.. 258.It : .
THE WISE: can obtain but'remember the best is
la a general principle that : ONES .. ; "
t alkah one placing objects within the KNOW always the cheapest in the long run. ''
.r-M limits of a public.. highway : Our parlor is the best, the'most
"' TILLERReal which are calculated to frighten : up-to-date, the most complete A: few cents per gallon added to the 1'

.. horses. of ordinary gentleness Is Pool first cost added to the -
= Estate Agency. liable the..refor. But In orderto : Parlor years

make him liable It must be : life and looks of the Work. We sell . the Is calcu- No old-fashioned tables, cues-
shown that object )
Realty bought and sold.' hated to frighten a horse of or- : uptodate is the only word that sizesus the best paint made, and its name isOSCEOLA ;

i Houses rented. } dinnry gentleness..Itodgera ver ; up and we'd like to have you {
Taxes paid and Titles ver- sun IIarper, Ala., 54 Bo, 199 : drop in and confirm it for yourself,
t A landlord Is not liable for |
Popular prices. H j
{ ) ified for non-residents. '
resulting MastieMAGAZINE
damages from the c re -- -- I
Fire. :Life and Accident InF, anon or innlnleuanco of a nulsance .' H. E. BRYAN :

surance. by bill tenant But If the
ii --II' Indemnity Bonds nuisance wall upon the premises '. .

,1 h'V''V''V''V''V'.I, when the lease was made and .
1 the landlord knew If be would '.

be liable. to any oi>a damaged W. S. HARWELL
.. by the nuisance "u'lid could not "I I ,
escape liability merely because REAL ESTATENotary
The Home Bakery Man 6 his tenant -as one of the condition !
? of rental agreed to abate Public at Large I HARDWARE CO '
CTake this opportunity to 't.hank I tbe nuisance. Bailey(: Versus 1 Once oveitoberson' 'I ,
Ga. 70 S. E.. 141. S. L. LUPFER
'+ the good;people of this city fo rt.heirliberal Dunawny ; KISs1l..MEE.o'LA.. !I Manager
t i : patronage and wpul I-H M-l-l-H-H-l-l-M I !-l-l-H-1 II

"""also {take this means to Bay that I
.ourThmilydfaciliues for inakin: ,{ GOOD HOG FEEDING. I

_goods will prevent (for awhile J) our

1 maintained general/Jelivery city. Quality; always.;and to variety all Our parts nice will* of] the be Mean In swlno the Not husbandry Economical U.In. all of other Corn I {K(ennethp P p. ButlerBARBER I

live stock lines, It li net gain or profit

SHOT ROLLS and BISCUITS that counts We fjwedcrs who know '
Corn best know that It Is the beat
>n Toi nOT BREADwill I SHOP (
real we have In pork production and EDITION 25 CENTS EACH
be ready mornings and afternoon we know, too, that having our great! \

,; ,, and a nice variety of PIES! crops of corn will 'always give us. the Cold Drinks & Cigars ,
world's adAnntngo In the most profitable
and CAKE Parties I
-- and Weddings production of pork. But we dOIl'taU I We still have a few conies of the Special Ma.azine'Edilion of the Valley Gazette, so you had better get in

\ specialty. !I appear to know so well that the I Kissimmce Fla I your order now before they are all gone. Finest souvenir of Florida, Osceola County anc KIssImmee

common practice of confining our fat -
A. SMITH : tenlng hog:* to an utmost eichinUe ra. 1I

) ,' lion of corn means that we are using I -- - -- .. _____,____ -- _._H ,
DARLINGTON AVENUE .u--- ---- ------
this great com so unoootiomlonlly that /
Wp lire often neutralizing: the great I ... 1

triidindvRiitnc'M our corn glees us .......
over the countries thut make pork
t W. C- BASS without HO much corn

Some time It Is hoped the American I

Wholesale.and.RetaiJ swine breeder will come to realize .
:;Dealer ir. (IT I that' the fat hog Is not wholly corn w .
xi ._ .. .._- but that the moot profitable fat hog Is -
one that has been normally fed with a A Statement .
;presto I Beef .Pork and view of maintaining Midi good digestion .
_ and constitution that his appetite '-
will be a sure Indication uT his profit
r ; Mutton abo: use of feed eaten \
Some Claims and
This condition will mean, of course,
PHONE 4-t. bat he has bad as much corn In bin
ration as possible and that the corn
- ... bas been supplemented with sncbnitrogenous

feeds, grown or bought, A .

,/ J. W. THOMPSON :preferably grown. If possible, other I Challenge ,



+' S andjLICENSED :!. Statement.. ,

EMBALMERi : ;;. : : The Florida Citrus Exchange hereby announces that it has averaged for the growers affiliated with -

i+ . I the Exchange a higher price-net on the trees-for their oranges shipped through: the Exchange .this, ; ;!,,t t.t',

t Opposite Courthouse, ,((1 7 :t'l. I""; season, than any other marketing agency an the State of Florida, has paid an average. its growers. for'. ,.' ;'.'(,) "1 r -,)h\'\.s ,. .' '"
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1 '10\\\". .-'...' orangesof: similar grade, pack and quality. '. < .. ; ... -
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Some ClaimsCLAIM

r S.HiUEOCK No. 1-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it has K--' ciirus: fruits, from time 1! l

3 I I of loading on cars until delivered at destination, including all charges of .. ..1., (which include broker- t

1 1I I ., age, auction charges, salaries telegrams and every expense of whalcvf nature and kind incurred in i
---- selling such fruit) for less actual charges to the grower owning said fruit, than any other marketing 'J'
> One of the mont popular breeds of
REAL ESTATE in the State of Florida. ,.
+ hogs l> the IIcrKahlre It la n good agency '
y aaaalaaa\aaaaalaaaaaaa feeder and fattona readily In formIt CLAIM No. 2-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it has obtained from the purchasers in the W

1NSVQANCEffxa'minaUon la breed lontf. Is broad one, of deep the and old low.This and. -, market places-of the United States, a higher price for the citrus fruits handled by the Florida Citrus Exchange I

well established lard types of hogs duting the season of 1910-11 than has been obtained by any other marketing agency in the State .'-i'
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of Titles a and The the nose oars Is short stand, erect.the face dished, of Florida for fririt of similar grade and quality; sold at the same times. I \ .,- : I

k. CLAIM No. 3-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that today its packs and brands stand higher

Specialty.. with the trade that purchases and sells citrus fruits in the markets of the country than the packs and '
.- ilugs being equal, as shall make the I :' ,' brands of any other marketing agency in the citrus deal i in Florida, for fruit of same grade and quality.

Corresoondence Solicited.' cum full utilization a certainty of. bis: full feeding of J.c t CLAIM No. 4-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it is the only agency operating in the I ,

>, --.-'--- - y ,- - When we core growers and corn J.te. .. citrus deal in Florida that renders an honest, intelligible account sale to its shippers in that it is the only to
? feeders' come to a full realization of :te.V;: agency in Florida that states on its account sale the actual date and place of sale, the actual amount of I

be fundamental-feeding fact, especlal- money received for the fruit sold: the name of the purchaser;-and plainly states all deductions of every I ;

FIORIDA-REAl- [ (ESTATE[ fOR SALE y as related to swine husbandry, tbat A-'" .. nature and kind from the gross proceeds of the sale which enables the grower to readily and intelligently -

;;.. Beautiful winter home sites our corn as well as every other single \". ." check back to see whether he has received an honest accounting or not. I
situated feed has Its !limitations, both" as to Florida Citrus claims that no' for the sale of citrus fruits
; : CLAIM No. 6-The Exchange agency
in the Lake Region'oj Florida. '
'frocking and Farming Lands in l arseurimalltracts. ;: profitableness then we will and be approaching nutritive' value true, I ':' operating in Florida actually handles the fruit of Its patron for total gross charge to the grower of 1

i .Jl j M--' economy In the feeding of all our do- ',- 1Q cents a box-or anything near that sum-to Include all costs of handling, of whatsoever nature and :\
nestle animals I kind ; including brokerage auction charges commissions salaries and 1 other elabprate and undetailed expenses r'l'
Certainly uo one can ever n'ccuse me AS MANY GROWERS HAVE .
+w aaa.
+ap f G f Llat'your property with me for quick of saying a word In depreciation of I CLAIM No. 6-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it is the only marketing agency operating r
ti he grant feeding usefulness of the for whom it all of the claims it ,\
oaksl| corn in citrus fruits in Florida that pays in full to growers ships, collects -
4-&M I ut 1 do want tt words
i say many ". from transportation companies for loss damage and overcharge.
H.TlVI. Breaker & Co. )galust our waste of It and to urge .
k the necessity of adding reasonable .

Tl78 mount of protein lu t the bog ration I Inot A Challenge.
Box .J aKlssIMMEE. FLA.
to displace corn, but to more profit" .
x ",.- ably use It.-W. )<'. McSparran. The Florida Citrus Exchange hereby challenges any marketing agency operating in the State of hM'
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Measurements of Draft Stallions. Florida to disprove any oJ.the six foregoing claims-not by mere ex-parte statements but by positive

L. :MtoO.A.LLLSTE_ _ 1 1i British draft horse breeders seldom proof backed up by evidence, to be submitted to three unprejudiced unpartisan growers and operators
!:- (; : 4'ivelgh their horses Tbey measure of experience in the State of Florida; and we will suggest-as-nomlnees for this Committee of Arbitra'j
Driller a 44 them. The -measurement of height tion three men well known throughout the State, none of whom are affiliated with the Florida Citrus

; ,Well ;; :bone> below the knee, tbe forearm, the Exchange, or have any leaning! or partisanship therefdr/.-to-wit: -1. '

4, !r prepared to drillARTESIAH1WELLS.IiCII I girth, back distance from loin coupling MR. KIMBALL C. ATWOOD .
1f. 1 to tall are carefully noted and MR. H. PRESTON : 4
J. '
r J no attention Is paid to weight. If tbe
horse has plenty of bone, good girth,
---._TIT 'In any section of Florida-;; I short back and other things In proportion and we will select aft our Expert to check up from the books of any accepter of this challenge, our Cashier .. 4.1t:):
I[ he will be heavy enough. Andif Mr, Charles O.; Harness, who is to have just a* free access to.the boob and records of the challeng. ,' l
h '. I be lacks bone no amount of fat Is books and
t'k' ing party as the representative: of challenger shall have in Investigating our records. ( :
J k. Ten'years ;'ot successful Well j going I to make a real draft horse out
t Drilling is a Guarantee of my ,of him Ton horses on flimsy underpinning the !
Ability to,produce the best I are not tbe kind to breed - Moral. Ship through Exchange and

results. From but good boned horse, well '
muscled l and proportioned, will get colts {
I h4t: will make draft horses Get It All. I ,,

1, t WELLS A SPCQIAUTY; Dairy Profit. .. '1
r Tbe farmer can grow cheap; foods In ,I'" I ,
v tbe summer and convert them Into ,-;
P. O. Box 844 high priced butter la the winter and .- .- i

-' s God a ready market.,.but be must bar O' . !i-M
: f Lisstrimmee.E'16riaa Fresh cows, good shelter'and .ample-

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tt DEMANDS REAL FOR.ESTATE, The Greatest Religious$ Movement of .1 I BPS I j ''

t '' the Twen eUlltntury.'i I PL'sI I I
Dl'P in Kisilmmee are l increasing: ; .
: The, greatest movement the re'lgiou
Rllf f dall;. Values are :going up. '

Why, not buy before it goes_ *'' lit* of: ,.North America today:! BEST PAINTSOLU/, .

1"' "' -;, too bighT Mak money that of; the Men'and Religion :Forward! .' READY .FOR'. USE '

T ON THE UJTTVRN movement." '
: This movement'is combination of all
as the Asters, Vanderbilts! and ,
the leading church brotherhoods of Not6Amertcaior'vnited ,
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.others pays done;. Real estate '. ,- ,., "I
"effort''to win tb
i II always a good investment

when you buy the right kind. Christianity and to membership In'the BUK Your Paint by ;I
churches this country the l'
4 1J ,i, This II the sort we eel! >W* 4 men'and BEFORE
boa of North America. I
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> will gladly ihow you anything YEARSAND . ,
The startling factjhas been discoveredthat i J f' '1 .I _
on our boqks.
there are ,three million more women a
Fine Farm and Trucking Land and girls in the churches' of this! t of

We have 22) acres of excellent land bordering on Lake Tohope- country than nnen'and' boys.. The religious ! Not Gallons p "
kaliga, also on a road alongthe south. 10 acres of this land is in I leaders recognizing that there : T
cultivation and fenced with woven wire. It is as fine"fertile land as I no Justifiable reason for such'a' disparity; ,
can be found in Florida it Is in the artesian belt, a fine flowing well I have com* together in this great Men '
can be had on any acre of it, can go'right; from the city dock to this Religion Forward movement. ',/
land by launch about 2 miles from the city limits, a most pleasing and an1 '
beautiful sight for a home in the country This property is well Seventy-five cities in the United States ROSS G-R' A V ESI,
worth $2500, but can be purchased for 12250< on favorable terms of n-a) Canada will be used as centers frcm' 1

payment. which this movement will work. Jack.*
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I sonville will' be one of these'centero.Groups .
Fine Little Colonization Proposition.We rrw
of experts along the lines of tr
have about 1000 acres of land beginning less than one mile Bible Work
study, Evangelism Boys' ,
from the city limits of Kissimmee and, lying within1 one-half mile of -
another railway station and convenient to hard marl road. This is Missions and Social Service, will hold .

excellent fruit and vegetable land convenient toa good count -seat eight-day conferences In these chosen .t

town where splendid school and church privileges can be enjoyed. '"'' cities. . . .,; Attention .
Price $20 per acre. Can be cut into,small tracts and disposed of for The responsibility for spreading the I
more than double the cost price. Terms if desired.
influences of these conferences rests' We take this method of inviting'''

Orange Grove and Trucking Land. with, the men of these sevenl\>--five cities. everybody, and especially Osceola county Ideal FertilizersBest
land buyers, to come to Whittier,
42 acres jf land about Si miles from Kissimmee with beautiful Similar conferences will be held within Osceola county, on the 29th day of Sep-
lake front, over half of this fine hammock land. 6-room bouse, tww sixty days following; the conference pe- tember, 1911, to a basket picnic con
porches, three flowing wells, good stables and shed, about 7 acres of riod of Jacksonville, which will be Jam ducted by the ladies. There will also .
orange grove more than half in bearing. This property is worth $5000 28th-February 4th, in of the be beef, pork and mutton -barbecuedin
but price might ba shaded a little as owner is non-resident. uary many plenty for all who come, conductedby .,
neighboring cities and towns.
I our able cook. t
Pinedale. The Jacksonville organization has for There will be a sale of Whittier town To gain a place on our regular list a formula must not only produce

its officers: J. H. McLaurin, chairman lots on the above-mentioned date, con- results, but results with a PROFIT. The user or fertilizer '.
We are selling a number of 5-acre Pinedale farms to a class of l
the effect
on pqcketbook-the result. __
who realize'the of lands with desirable C. W. Kinne, vice-chairman Chas.T. ducted by Elmer H. Bass! our irrepressible
good citizenship : importance good ; ; IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the right effect/ .forl] it works
land Those interested in
location in view of the town ami lake where good: school and Paxon,. recording secretary; G. Ernest Osceola county land will gain to come with Nature. The preference of each class of vegetation for' its ''a

cburch he privileges Prices can be enjoyed and better where goal orange groves can 5- Moody, Executive gcoretary'W.A. ; and buy lots; and we especially, earn* source of plant food is carefully studied as well as the proper proper1tionw
grown. are advancing, buy now. Uuimproved
r to give perfect balance-no lack, no waste.
Redding, treasurer early kindly and cordially invite the
acre tracts can be purchased at $250 to $:J75 on favorable terms if de With
proper application of proper vegetation outgrows '
Kiasimmee Brass Band' to cpme and ?
sired. Fleven jb-commiUees organized
are disease and insets to a extent and and
favor us with some of their delightful great being strong vigorous.
Park Garden.Park for the purpose of carrying out the music, and we will endeavor to show produces fruit that is pleasing to the eye and palate, and, bring
plans of this movement. Already'overtwo them the time of their lives. We also financial returns pleasing to the grower. .
Garden farms is. located< in the artesian belt and we guarantee hundred men have accepted responsibilities invite the candidates of Osceola county Do not lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly balanced
fine flowing wells.. Several farms already in operation. About under the committee stem. who have or are going to announce, to plant food from improper sources.( IDEAL stands for PROFIT. tgjl
2 miles from the city limits of KiHsimmee. Family can make a good sj come: and address the voters and hand- Call on our local agent
5 of this land. The next great day to be observed in
living on acres shake a few times. We will look for ,
Jacksonville will be what is known as you. Come candidates We also ex- WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO "

Lindley Farm. Rally Day on Sunday, October 8th. tend a cordial invitation to the old St. or address .
40 about 3 miles from Kinsimmee and mile Cloud veterans to come and be with Us r
i, acres postoflice one
from school and church. 20 in cultivation fenced and on that day; and we especially invite ,
station acres Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.JaFc uvilei
cross-fenced. H acre bearing orange trees, 4 roomed house not of New Hotel for Sale or Lease. the editors of the three papers of Os- .,
much value. Nice and two trees in the ceola county to come, and oome early'in
shrubbery orange yard grape New Hotel, located in one of the fast-
arbor, about 18 acres of pine timber and two of cypress. Price $40per est growing towns in the .,tat .This the day, as they can gather items
Time half if desired. Can furnish kind of Florida enough to run all three papers for some I
acre. on any a hotel is only 75 feet distant from the time.
home or investment. located in new brick block, con-
depot There will be refreshments of all i _-k'
-- -- -- ----- - -
tains 26 rooms above, with r"freshment kind, and varioqs amusements to en- I|
and dhiing room on the ground floor. tertain the people, conducted by John '
Furniture and fixtures are all new and H. Baisden. .
Nelson The
Realty Company
up-to-date. Can be leased fop a periodof Come one, come all, and don't mistake '
five years, with privilege or five the date 29 V'
Sept. ,
additional. Splendid opportunityfor
first class hotel to Call and ice line: '
a man secure a .11. BAISDEN my
business that will pay from the day of I
Committee. 'I\
I opening. A large number of traveling -, DRY. 'GOODS I SPRING GINGHAMSw
- --
men visit this place everyday in the
year, and the town is fill fwlth tour- A want ad in the Valley Gazette al- ,;, i WHITE GOODS'EMBROIDERIES
Low Round Trip RatesVIA ists during tlja- winter months. Full ways brings results, and all it costs,is 'STORE s' "
Very ,I particulars to interested persona. Call five cents a line. i j .

Ion us early if you are interested in a !
._ proposition of this kind and we will ; MRS. E. L. PEARCE LACES, ETC ;"
show you the property. .
H. M. BREAKER- & Co., y

ATLANTIC COAST LINE 34-tf. Kissimmee, Fla. CONSTRUCTION KISSIMMEE I Beatnan Building. -

Suctieuor to .

h.v\ MANUFACTURE;or An KINO or : ;
l' 1 .
rfPITTSBURC, PA. and 'net m. On sale Cement, Granite and Marble '. 'N'. F.-BAs'S
$38 p\J Sept JOtlj and 11th. : imit Sept.,23d. ? /

Bunyan Stephens, pastor. MONUMENTAL WORKMake I
CINCINNATI. OHIO and Return, Sept. 9fh, II

$30.30, 10th and llth. Limit Sopt. 2Klh Sunday-Bible School 9.45 a. m. Plans and Specificationsand I! \ CONTRACTOR and BUILDER .ri

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. and Return. On sale Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.15 p. in. Contract for all I

:$32, .70 Sep. 15th 10th! 17th. Limit Sept. 28th.! B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. kinds! of '* !
Communion--2d Sunday. Does General Contracting ancfBullding and Furnishes >Estimates !-
KNO"XVILLK, TENN., anikreturn.( On Rale CONCRETE, BRICK i on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whetherit ti
.45 after SrJ i
( Sunday
$21 .Sept. !Jth to Oct. 1st. Limit Ht days. Monday ) ,and WOOD BUILDINGSOffice
Tourist Hotel.
be a Twp-Room Cottage or a > .
Woman's Miss. Union Devo. 3
p. m. -- _......*..- / 3
Wednesday (after 1st Sunday). and Work:
Makes a Specialty boring
Sproull Ave. and Midland Ry.
Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3 lo5p m I
FLORIDA in which he. has met with the greatest success
'ly For reservations or information, call m nearest Thursday KISSIMMEE '
j of man in Florida.Give h"z
-,- Atlantic Coast Line'Ticket' Agent, or Prayer meeting 7:00: p.,m. any

Y.-R. BEAZLEV; T. P. A.. J. G. KIRK.LAND' D. P. A. Visitors always welcome.PaESBYTERIAN.. I JI
TAMPA. FLA. I him your work
., will be well and quickly done.Kissimmee, .FI a... .t j

C. W. Griffin

S. S. Snyder pastor I
George .JN-
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. S. I %
Nelson, superintendent.Church ANCY GroceriesFRESH \ -...................................... ........................
a BOAT BUILDER Service 11... m. and 7.30 p.m. .FAMILY I
l i IT
Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. WHAT MEANS !I" fI

. Agent for "FERRO" Engines Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.90 -AND- : Many people do not know.what Bnnk'a.Capital l |Is for.. the eogeyasar r
/ I : tween a bank Of little or no capital and one ..lib. large oaptUU j. S !

IMLLNOIMCTNMMA.TaEONIAGA.A KISSIWMfiE FLORIDA. .m.Visitors most cordially invited to all' MEATS i A nAsK.H.( PITAL AND"BURPLtT :.
- I In the fund that prcrtwitK the deiiVnltora from Inaa. IherefofU the iarirar, It la phi r 'l %
.ervi0f"8. : Creator protection the dupoHllora bo'e. Thl. bank has a :

Delivery Every: Day at Any Hour I - : Opltal ....sloo0 00 :
"nrpluB fund of ... W.IJIO .
ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter Park a ' (( ) ilo J
METHODIST. Patronage Solicited : a "lock' liability .. ? .. 50,000 oo ,

t" OLDEST COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA' Wm. H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor. a: A total of. IliS.OOO-00 'M C
North Kissimmee Phone No. S Thin mean.I bill moat loan i
before _
College: Academy. Music Expression; Fine Arts, Do- Sunday School 9:45: a. m.-Prof. R. : CIDI. 1 hle p."I..tloo I. for YOU our depositors could ]ore { '+

... r raeatiG and Industrial Arts, Bunlne, NortndJ Course M. Evans, superintendent. I II e w

r "'t.- Twelve building, four dormaUirlrm, m. 'm-nte room, steam heat electric llehln\ Preaching services 11 a. m.,' and 7:3: I, STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE' .. + r
IIre1.rol.,1I01I.J FlemingCLEANING
. Four tenehHtM ufiiiuHir ".4Niu otgAn. a BnDL'rb now roomi for Bti8it'.**HM brhtxil l full) bnikii.B| 4x11.I lidn..i.t,zrotifihaadtJlnfr Boys League 1.30 p.m. I f : FLORIDA. ) .J ai
machine,tyro writers, two iiiMtrurtora ni>Kly<- r >---" c. A. CARSON !
I 'f New chemical and i>hy8lral )I.boralorl.t ..,
I;... Lakes of soils, boating,V'rtlUzir swimming,.foodH.,asia golf>.;.t prcparitliQU-'for iin*.; tool tmll,eiiKlneer1i bunkft' bull courneB.; four consecutive Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. PRESSING I ":.....................\..\..... .... ........................Cashier.......!! .\
;year.'rhampIunsolataleinhaaebalt'f'hristlan Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. m.
. o I
hut andeanmtrialiohwleapensesmalerate; HI available.
; hoInrfbliVB "d - a
I For CalaJugueaddrerawM.. F. BLACK "AN, Ph D.. LL. D. Prc.k&vtt. S- Holy communion ever lat Sunday. DYEING --- -- -- ,

t'..( You are cordially invited to each ol f REPAIRINGLeave -

.-.'- these services. .. -
-- .
Long Distance

wo>d at my house and clothe Advertising Phone 296 '
CHRISTIAN. will! be called lor and returned.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p, m. ---

F SUCCESS THE SAME WAY'- Bible School 9.46 a. m....-C. E. Yowell 1 Satisfaction Guaronteec is saying the right thing
i C superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant .

BY SAVING MONEY superintendent - at the right timein '

.." Do you want to be successful? Start saving now. Put your money in Christian Endeavor every Sundaevening"tt '1"itr'
4.30 p. m. y w. L. m DOLOR the right way

: CITIZENS I Prayer, meeting and choir practice every -
ur day at 7.30 p. m.EPISCOPAL We make: a soecialty of planning, preparing

J' literature and conducting campaigns for 4
Land Companies i
Boards of Trade, Munici
have more Savings Accounts than any'other Bank in panties and Individuals
Osceola County.. '
( Kev. David D. Kidd, rector.
A Savings Bank loaned FREE. Real Estate' .
If you haven't procured Services every second.and fourth Sun-
one, do so at once. CLENWREACIWADVERPSEQS '
f day at 11:00 a. m. ,

I Communion 2nd Sunday, at morning d .
/ -4 AmTBua E. DOMBOAN.Prwldrat, W. b. NIlTO", Cashi.rt :, services. TAMPA .

t I' Guild meeting every, first'Tuesday. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA FLORIDAf, -'I'"" __ .

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3 :. ;> .$'The.t Improvements are being I rushed on M Cap rapid Cape. Breeze' on the Shore' :of Ljake' 'hopekdlig 4 a 2.1',. ;P:rcn.t'? 60x185",seer 1"?'; .". 400 400. ',
<9'1'11 17 material cap p* obtai ined.There ., f' 8 .......... 50x18550x185 'f' -," 400
: . ... .. 400
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Is already. finished about 4 a( ') li1'; '''.', (50x185.() ;.,.'4 ", 400
y Ji4 r. 6 ,, 50x185( () ..y*.. 400
for ri
of reinforced baa '. '"
250 feet
considerable i p rwr a < 4.. .7 ..:... (50x185() .it,:.. ", 400 .
wall and #
i the lake a . ; '. ..... 8.4,0. 50x185( () .t.: 400
wall ia completed. e' .01.. : r..,.,",, "
4,, r section of the_V ___. .., r _.,. .1. '.. . .. .. ,.. ,-r; W. ', ." ., i ..-- '-- ,..._._ .-..._ ". 9'...' ..... 95 x lOll: ',A .. ;,; 600
.. ; ..v" ., -0 .. :..... 100x110 :t". ; 650
t :.# j ..1 6J 't.. / --r' .. I 11,.. .... 100x110 ..ti..? 650 rt'
r CapeWe8neseenvtimeand- ; I .. . 100x110 .,. . 650 '
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... 'Ing the work. that is being.don:*,' ..... " . <<: ... . "Y.. .. .sI;., .. 1-o : '-'--. ;,-.. .' ---"- .. --,,_;"'_, :"_oil rN12 ... ..... . 100x110 ...' "" .." 760 -.\,:

.... 16. .. ... 100x110 . . . . 750 ..
,. .. ;, ... : . . . . 750 '
OurdredJdnKmacbln.ryla't \ ;: 18. . ....., 100x110

I be hero and ready for ., .A4 :-".;""., ..-_.---- . . .... 1 8 ... .. .. ... 100x110 ..... . "760 ;i
. .. . 750 R
100x110SOLO f.
when th. lake waft__ is .. 'W V '. . . ....

...- .. operation'LJ !it : r .. ", 19 . . . 76x16076x150 . .- . . 500" .. ,"j' ,

I ,,I J. This machinery will\ 1\ ., 2j . . :. . -. . . 600 ;'?

cubic yards of dirt per, 0' M 22 . . . . 76x150 . . . . 600 1
&320 cubic yards per day.There . '' 28 . . .. . 76x15076x160 . . .. 500 \"

,. """I ___ Bvorawrv.. 24 . . .'. . .. . . 500

I are approximately 200 25 . . . . 76x160 . . . .. 500 r'Il .
which will 1 I. 26 SOLO I
cubic to ,
000 48 yard.days of dredging. :p $ J 1:1 .4 .. ... 75x150 . . . . 500 rIlan ,,:'

require % or/rd/b"W 28 :. . .\ . 75x16075x160 . . .. 600 l'
V .
'" B"'M lr ,t r 29 . . .. . . . . 650 ,
This dredging will leave a deepwater M.CO.sw N N.LJ 80 . . .. . 75x160 . . . 600 "''
front.that will be unrivaled b R.nn ti '' jre 31. . .. . ..75x150'75x150 . . . 600 :
for bottling and bathing pur 0 '' "t 32. :. . : . . 600 ,
poses. :+ I I- Fr \ 33. 75x150 . . . 600 '

I 84 : : : : :: : 75x150 . . . 600

The prices of Cape Breeze loU j 35. a, .. . 75x150 . . . 650
. . . . 700 rr
at present are actual value of- j 36 . .. . 76x15075x150
6r + land plus coat of Improvements" t .je 37. . . .. . . . . 700'

t that we are to maker ,tj ra 1l 018 . .. . 75x150 . . . 700 '"

39 . . ". . 75x150 . . . 700
.t i 40 SOLD

We lay all sidewalks and curbs O 2' :f ZL . 75x160 ',. . . 600
I', and marl the streets throgghout 4 4' 42 ,, , : 75x150 . . . 550
27 '
and leave each lot ready. for t '. 43 SOLD
I building upon. u SOLD

___ a 1 S 7r 73 'F7 46 . . . . 60x160 .i60x160 . . . 650
: 46 . . . .'. . . . 660
'. There are 28 lots that do flOt., > . . :
# 47 ... . . . 60x160 . 650 .(I'
f need filling and several of them crw Je 48 SOLD, '.

are already sold. v Atlr/0 tAwe CI 49 SOLD ::&

'7 w 60 . . . 75x165 f5O! :!r.

t.: If are at all interested take ICS yDocA N 51 . I 75x165 . . 600 {I.f I.
you -
I this with you and walk out 1i .fi r11 d s .rt: t 52 .. . . 75x166 . 600
l paper Breeze Sunday afternoon' /J .53 .. . 75x16575x165 . . . . 610JOJ t
f jJ;, to and Cape for yourself what we are Z dJ 54 . . . . .
see 55 . . . 75x165 . . bOO 5 1
I'' .. doing. / to J4 $ 56 92x165 . . . 800. 1
; '_ .__ -- ..1 rIN fC "8REEZE.:-- -.._ _- __ a et N to ,rr s 57 . . 125x16575x165 . . MOO r
Of course our present prices ,_ ......... .. t -- pa serf o b8. . . 6iO \
and sterol por* of r . 75x16575x165 .
ft will be raised as improvements (
: g-o ...... 'Nj>C ;i'Mt FLORIDA NEp ,LANE i; do . . . tibo -/fr/

""'\ _. 61 7'5xl6575x165' . . 660 i ,
'I hfln9 """ i_of prertosp.I! bvlldrt9s, c 7t F 62. . ,ft.
Look ahead and buy your lot 63 . 75x16575xlb5 . . t
while can get it at the hf i "
now you 73 ; 'a 64 1
lowest coat. Lon _for'as le b9.! .. t )7 65 100x175100x175 f

fir: -=1; 'UJDLAM *v-Moc DO/XOUGH. OWNERS k 70 66 . . . . . 900.r. rf';
. .-"' 67 . 100x175 . 000 '
In buying a lot on Cape Breeze' .,. M Af 6H I 100x175 . 000 :t
you a magnificent home place A beautifulIoKe-front, ; 1 HOf'1e.5'TII. !;. :. ,f. /r 69 SOL) j ,

t k and you are doing your part to w' + h I"'p.ovcm.n't'a i ,i4.? t /0 110x183 1200
+ make Kiasimmee the moat attractive 71 SOLD I r 1
town in Florida. .. . p 0 72 I 40x IMO 1100f ( () ;'f.

7a 80x1MOKOxlKO . 910'A () 1j.+
} L . 000
+ /1 o 1.
r :( 75 H0xl 0) 000 ,

LUDLAM _. -_ _ --r' + P1 O' 76 . . HHJxlKOXUxlSO . 120 0

8 .77 _. _. . BMERMp10 5Oac
L.V:4. t V > 78 . . . 80x180 850
; iiles /l nli/eeV e 79 96xlHO95x175 ., ,

: : ; M DONOUGII. C n ",,frw'- ..tf1I -s- HI> : : : : iou o '
-", 0 HI 95x15590x132 1000 ,
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g,, ro.f M KICO' -
II 32 . 1000 J,
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V ; FOR SALE-Good large lot. choice loi FOR SALE. -Horse, cheap. Apply at MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-White Wyandottes (Dustin .

i I cation; splendid neighborhood; cashor Dibble's store. 37 It pd strain); $5 a trio; year old pullets .

Classified Advertisements terms Apply P. O. Box 376, Kia-I.. WADE the tuner. Orlando. $1 each. 1'inedale Chicken Farm. '
: simmee, Fla. : FOR SALE.-Windmill and tank good Phone 121-6 rings. .
i II, -- -_.- .---- --.- -........,.. as new. Mrs. C. V. Beafden. 37 tf R. O. MEEK-Notary Public. 23-tf -8t-pd. ...::1'f
-- ----- LOST Medium
FOR SALE-Nice, full bearing orange -- size pointer: bird-dog;
FOR SALE.-Horse, new set W ; "
wagon AlTED"Th't I out for snow white and '
thing except
ears face
). r Advertisements are Inaerted under this head'at the rate of 6 Cents grove;, from one to, twenty thousand of. harness. Price $175. Herbert ,
girl-Fuller Greeme which liver
V dollars. Tell "me what you want in . your Candy- are color white( stripe
per line each.Insertion.roit this, line and I will find it for yod. Spier. ,37 tf fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug down forehead; small knot over' right

_ Downing Realty Co.> 36-tf. FIDDLE AND BOW for sale cheap. Company., 33-tf 1 eye. Answers to name of "Dude.'' I
# pay $10 reward for Information ;
,' SALE H.. C. STANFORD CO. are agents. for See Mack, Valley' Gazette, or write FOR fresh fish, phone' the Rulf Bass leading to his recovery. S. W.,Down,
FOR SALE Hotel of fifteen in to box 274.
the celebrated Hannan hoes for rooms 1
; _Market. No. 189. 19-tf ing. Kissimmee Fla. 35-tf J:, the growing town of Taft, Florida. ""; '
men. ---- --
FOR SALE-Wood, ,1.75 per strand Large rooms, good: location, lot 120x FOR "SATE.-5,000 shares Night Hawk GET H. N. BRATTON to drive your' FOR of .
SALE-Twenty-five acres hammock
4' 120 well store (Wash., ) at lie (one and one-half artesian vreils. 43-tf ' .
Howell Bass. Phone 136. 35-tf improved. Large room land '
FOR located
bargains in resident property, front cents) Write for special offer. Box within 1 114 miles '.c
truck lands and orange groves call on '|I in ; barber shop in' connection. 33 St. Fla. 37 It FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull of Bartow, the county seat of Polk
A PAIR of good work horses Augustine,
gentle Object in selling, want to improve }
$ H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf' Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf county, 200 yard of good rock road
V -- --- -- ---- -- 'Q
for sale cheap. Ross Graves. 26-tf other Call address
property. upon, or Seaboard
-- -- -- ----- I -- -- Ry. building within !J4 mileof
r c; KING Quality shoes for men at Cash TWO very desirable resident lots in I C H. Nelson Taft 'Fla._36tf PYRENE fires. Get fire one extinguisher for your launch for gasoline autoor MUTTON, fresh fat and fine, at the property. This land IIi suitable for 10-

6' Store. 1-tf Carson addition each 50x164 feet. 1 and be safe. Sold Geo Rull Baas Market, phone 189. 19-tf growing{ any kind of fruit or vegeta;
FOR SALE-At by ,
nice garage
a bargain seven bles
-- -- --- -- Ten cleared
a acres
There are 16-bearmg orange trees on and fenced
; i H'OIC 'cIT LOTS for sale at I Ipricel. low these lots, under good new fence I room house in splendid repair, on __N.n.Saunders_ __,_agent__Kissimmee.. 37 WOOD, per strand. $1.25; five strands with barn First offer of $Ij()() take I
See or write H. Fleming fort I located'close to the lake. $350 cash beautiful\ lot, Size 108x208, located on FOR SALE. -Ten acres land near Taft 05.75. KiBsimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf it. W. R. Spt-er. Orlando )Fla U-6t!

particulars. 40 tf takes the two. See H. M. Breaker one of our principal close streets school: in good Fla.; 300 posts and braces; 5 acres -==- .-- - I" '" .
neighborhood; to and
& Co. 81-tf ready for the plow. Price $250. Al- ANYONE anywhere can start a mail WANTED) -
j churches. Write-for
'} FOR SALE-Ohio Cheater White pigs price and terms so house and two lots; house plastered o' der business at home. No canvass --. :,
t male and female. Apply to H. W. FINE LOCATION For to the Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. ing. Be own boss. Send for free
-; delightfulhome : well on back porch; fenced and your WANTED-You to see for all k
Boioe, Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf I 90x150 feet of ground north- I ground in good shape; also good stump booklet Tells how.. Heacock, A 2144 of Real Estate and Fire and Life ID-e"
east front beautiful view of the lake FOR SALE-City lot 70x93, two blocks, puller. Price $800 D. A. Prender- Lockport N. Y. Burance, R.O.Meek
',r FOR SALE-Forty Jots in one body. I only one !block from )(court house in from postoffice. Address, Box 126, gast, Taft Fla. 37 It pd Kissimmee.! 23-tfWANTED
Price so that money can bo doubled finest part of the city just the place Kissimmee. Fla. 36tf WE-Are offering some vel'dealrable -,Position by a man thor-
within two years. A. Valley Gazette. for nice home in --good neighborhood. FOR SALEr-7-room. cottage and -t.Urge resident lots, located three blocks oughly qualified to take charge of

V 3Uf I "'Terms if desired. Price $750. Nelson WRITE ME for want in grounds;several bearing orange trees from the Court' House, on nice high I truck garden or citrus grove. Inquire
V you plenty room for another house if desired elevation for for at Valley Gazette
Realty Co. 33-tf the line in Flora $200 in.ldand $250 : office 25-tf'
e; .... FOR BALE-A 12 ga.: automatic shotgun the terms realty wish to telling it and me ; rented to pay over 12 per centon for comer lots. Alley in rear of all WANTED.-Near-in
you on, vacant lots for
practically new inside and out. 1 FIVK city lots on which is located a about the amount would like to price a "SNAP" for some one these lots. Cash, or short time. Let { cash. Box 665. ,
+ First $22.50 gets; it. See it at Makm- nice new five-room cottage, line ,view invest and I will you find the desiring a nice home at an encourag- us show you these Iota. II. M. 37 st pd .
j .
_son's.. R. G. C A nova. 33tf._ ___ of the. lake cool breezes. This property \ ' best thing obtainable for you the money.very ing price. We also have a 6roomhouse Breaker. & Co. 24-tf| WANTED, AN ORGAN, to be used
verandas and ,
is located close to the proposed Downing; Realty Co. 36-tf. porches, in the Master's work at a newly organized -- ;
FOR SALE-Some nice, round well seasoned electric line. on.high level lots. A bath, hot and cold water modern AN intelligent person may earn $100 place. Have you one to sell

cypress fencepoate. Delivered bargain at $1600. net us show you delightful view of lake three blocks monthly_ corresponding for newspa- lend or donate? Rev. S. S. Snyder.
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t t anywhere in town. S. W. Downing. this property; H. M. Breaker & Co. WE-Have listed some of the most desirable -I from P. O. Easy payment plan. pen. No canvassing. Send for par-1 :87 UDdFOJT :, ,

r 86 tf. 31-tf. property on the market both We have fine cement cottage, 5 room* ticulars. Press Syndicate B 2245! I --- -- ,,
city and county which we otter at and bath room, lake view on hard Lockport N.Y. | - ,
FOR SALE-Eggplant plants, $5 per FOR SALE-Twelve and the lowest pnces to be obtained. I road great bargain. Come let us KENT" .;

::4' } k .. 1,000; tomato plants, $2.50 per 1,000; grapefruit grove, about acre three orange miles There is no padding of prices by us. show you. 1OU-Are thinking of coming to Flor- I

v t ready for delivery Auguet 15th. Address from Klssimmtoe, on railroad. Will every piece of property sold at exact 34-tf Nelson Realty Company. > \Ida.: Of course you want the best I DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til- '.',r
New Eden Plantation, Nar- price placed on it by the owner. ler.
W. H. the least >!
sell at a bargain. Address property for mon y. We ,
coos ee. Fla. 32-tf Arnold, Kisnmmee Fla 41-tf Write us your requirements and we I FOR SALE-Five passenger touring can fill your requirements, whether ROOMS "
TO Eithe7
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ill SALE-FIne will do our best to please you, by car, or will exchange for land. G. F. it be a city lot five or ten acre tract fT- single lS.'
TOR close to the suite
corner and showing just the kind of property you Parker. 36tf. j< section of"' dr thous- en ; suitable for light house :
FOUR-acre grapefruitgrove a a twenty ",
\ depot and business part of the city, I orange desire H. M. Breaker & Co. 24tfI :: keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Sin
fine location for residence or business, with 250 bearing trees, FOR SALE-Fine Pinedale farms of 5 and acre, tract. Write ua regarding son. .).. .
five acres"muck and ten acres pine 1 wants. of property 3-t , :
: your
lot 75x95 feet. Cheap at$1250. Nel-
son Realty Co.. v 33-tf I land -cultivation, thirty and one- HAVE a five thousand acre tract of acres each well located, good orange sold at exact.price placed on it by the FOR RENT-Two 10-acre 7i I
land farms
excellent timber land for sale finest of I
so cheap very location just
..... half land, fiveroombox owner. No padding of prices on Park Garden
acres unimproved
that it will astonish Well located outside city limits owned Ills. ; ? productive soil s.1 1
you. ; by an !
house, good barn and well. The I property listed with us for sale. H. flowing wells.
FOR HONEST acd deals in all Either
square beautiful close who is too far look cash for "
on lake to rail- man away to afterit or
E I kinds of real estate, call on or write This improved land all under the north good side fence.of road. It will pay; you to investigatethis. and is willing to sell for $50 to $75 M. Breaker &: Co. 24-tf share of crop. Nelson Realty Co. 35-tf L I
W. H. Farmer Box 322. 16-tf
East Lake four miles from Narcoos- Better write for full Information per acre and give time on half if de ERNEST L. GREEN SIGN WRITER FOR RENT-New Bungalow: 6 j F
today. Downing Realty Co. sired. Good school and church privileges -Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I and .
see, nine mile. from Kissimmee. large closet,
HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes. plastered I'lpctrie'\ :
Call and them. H. C. Stanford Price $4.600.52,600 cash balance one _.._ ._ _. _. ._____ .. 36-tf. fine healthful location beauti- guarantee all work. Let me figure lights; will be completed by '
see ful of Septem' ,
view lake and town. I > 1f
with ort that job. P. O. Box her 10th'
H. M. Breaker &: Co. you Iocatedhne'
tJ Company. 19-tf year., .------.....---- -- r- FOR RENT-Two fnrnished rooms, 34-tf Nelson,Realty Company. I139, Kissimmee, Fla 16-tf School, building bees from Hlgb f;! i
Address Box Kissimmee water.
S city center. 126, AUn .
; BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting FOR SALE-163 acres twelve acres ,-> Fla =36tf line orange grove for Bale; 80( W
of a half block, located in the best cleared, balance good pine land with FOR SALE-42 acres about three anda FOR EXCHANGE-20-acre tract of land, cottage best water, packln&2f acres ;

neighborhood in the city. Will sell clay subsoil about 200 bearing< FOR RENT-Some nice rooms for light half miles from Kissimmee, excel- i I land In Park 'Garden for suburbanproperty' house, etc.. well located. Box U&. "" ..
k4 only to party who will improve it to orange trees on place. Four room housekeeping. All modern conven- lent land, mostly hammock land, very and sortie cash. 3&-4.& .,.)
correspond with surrounding prop cottage, good-bam and other out iences. S. W. Downing. 36-tf rich and productive, about 7 acres of Good building lot for saddle horse. ,
erty. Full particulars and price to buildings.\ Located five mile west orange grove, over half of which is Nice 6-acre tract of land for team of '
V Interested party. H. M. Breaker of Orlando on good clay road. For ---- --- ---. -- in bearing; finest of .trucking and I mule. Nelson Realty Co. 36tf .:

&; Ca 31-tf price, term, etc., address Box 256 FOR RENT-About 3 acres of good farming land; 3 flowingVell. 6-room .<. ,
Orlando Fla. 19- rnos-pd trucking land and S-roonv house Inside .house, good stables lake front, with located home on beau I 6rowe-;: '
TREES ANlT SHRUBBERY For I, -- city limits, convenient to High delightful lake breezes and dice view ) only three blocks The flOrid a "

fruit tree., ornamental trees or shrubbery -. HOUSE of seven rooms on large lot, School and church. of the town' owned by a Virginia man I' from Broadway house is lighted .
"'' of any kind write W..'R, Speer, 108x208 feet..witb>fine abode trees Also some 10-acre tract of excellent who says selL, '1'his'property cheap with electricity,. has. bath, toilet and ror ,..k..n.Dd fruit 'Ss.t
Orlando _Fla.. and get prices .M-tt} goodwell.Thi*, property I Ie located? land in Park Garden, good flowing at $5000; terms If 'necessary. 'Sam kitchen link: mew cement sidewalk; I folks who want to know Ifrnw"r.about Flnr For I
v 'on one of, the marled streets right in wells and rich productive soil. One- man owns 390 acres splendid farmingand house contains seven rooms including ,ldL Weekly 'I.OO..r par: month. \" ,
is ,r SEE King Quality shoes before buying the fastest JrtOwmg, section of the fourth crop for rent. We also have grove land leas than a mile from bath room slot 120x150 feet, extending .albeel ly zse.'!floss Mend ilb bra ten law, trial I x!i''r .

i-5t Cash Store. 1tfFOR .. city, and can b* purchased for __hon! a client'who desires to exchange some city limits, also 45 acres of hammock' to 7g. -foot alley. VW. can :-- _..:.. alurpr. Bright Claw ; 1,.<' .

&AL.7-i&: .vral orange'groves bf time -bJr,. nlt J1700.:.half, cash bal. Par; Garden land for house m outskirts .. I, land on which flowing wells can be offer*this beautiful home on very: THE FLORIDA t:.j;

''*., <.>'f..different 'lrs. one of'.which has 80 I. ,* anN six.and -twelve month If you .. of town and. some cash, will. had anywhere. Her V is a great op.i 'reasonable terms. .Full particulars ,.ilpQlIortaaLv.ire. ,, .....
.acres of land- nd -acre grove $3200 desire a" us, quick:- H; -giver good eaL' 1 ''portunity for a good purchase. -'- j to inteneatedWrtieaT;. H, M. .Breaker OIWWJR: 'J'C'

---c .. J'D.j! ,,84tf.;.,, Nl80lIl.tealt7 Co., M. Breaker:' &Coses" 81-tf 86tf Nelson ,Realty Company. I 34-tf NelsonRealty Company. i & Ca. 24-tf.: ... '

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