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 15, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00507
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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aggregate i they ...ve-tot the: .'boine, by who .".11' bad the good fortune to enter '
THE RAILROAD DOCK W.labor.not less than 15000. 'It costs .t .
: ; a child one.term but who develops Into ANOTHER ADDITION '

.. about sixty, dollars .a-year to provide an ardent admirer,of Supt. R. M.Evan: }
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) Was' the important Subject Dist I beginning with.the alphabet and ending ._"t- : :,..' i.-_'. -': .' ."" .. -' High School I. Is everything its Will Be. .Opened; Up 'on the lakeShore
: with a college eo\1rae. is open to them. noise ImpU.-taltlnc is. child: In its under ]
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cussed the Board Trade -
,f ..; by, : Surely such an institution is worthy of .' Written for the Valley\ Gaiett. by ''years and passing out the finished j by Messrs.:Arthur d E.: Don':
;' on Monday Night I '. F. A. STaour, of Novinger, MaV i
support. the
product in shape of' a highly'educated egan and B. C Miller.
'f?: The pupils'in the homes are' mainly : . young -man 0'1,.woman. ,Few who! .., ('

i i Of late the meetings; of: the Board of from South Carolina, Georgia and Florida A man once liked a native ", graduate In Osceola High.School deem There, I.I no.'1 longer"' V doubt' about, ,'y t

: ,,,: Trade have been looked forward to by but there are many scattered from What Florida oo7 would ..-oWl It ,necessary/to'/ ,take on the finishing the prediction the any Valley Gazette '
New 'York to Oklahoma with .
business'men with much anticipation now us. touches of education; as when
our a.college becoming) that 1
he "I'll never tell for ;a fact V the lake front .
Says reallyI
; ,''as matters of I'Rvelmporlanc. to Thereis neither local 'nor denominational .. you, they go forth'from this school they are become the \ Twill
principal residence
.' the welfare. of Kissimmee are discussed restriction as to reception' of or- don't know. armed with eumcient knowledge to hold Lion of Klssimmee sec J
within the next few
and the meeting Monday night proved phans.. Those,received however, most their, own ia any walk of lira years, .
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be worthy. Intelligent orphans, without Th e boil'sso rich inthu great state This school has .
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more than Interesting tq those who at d grown' more;successful \ Messra.tLudlam,
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means of support. The Institution is Remembeiwhat I and popular with'each,succedliig .drldacDonoughthsl: ;
tended. ,. say.
gentlemen have Breeze
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who! placed Cape ron
located in Clinton &. C. Rev. Dr. Jacobs t
of council grantingthe That if I'told y..r since Its establishment, .and when
The question our ,.: you everything the market, and are converting It
A. C. I. the right to construct a la president.. the ....Ion' closes next May we :fully Into
", ID'd not. get throuah toda,. one of. the moet beautiful and pic-
dock at the foot of Darlington avenue expect the' news to go forth that It was tureaque places to be found anywhere

was the main topic of discussion and GOOD, NfWS 't : J't take'the products of the earth the 'most ,successful in Osceola High In 'this country have met with the u

after two hours of the most heated debate From land and clime j, School's, history. greatest success in disposing of lots--

the matter war just about. near For Florida Growers of. fruit .and And l FlOrida'every soil will equal I and they fuUy expect, to ,have every. ;
I' solved wben the meeting opened.
as SENATOR BRYAN lot told by the time they are through
r Some were in favor of granting the Vegetables. ,:,1 The beat'grown, even time. laying cement sidewalks marling streets

railroad the right to build this docket The which .. and. building the sea wall. along
following dispatch.? appeared : ..... /work,
..jths foot of Darlington avenue, others in the packer, should"induce our ., "Why" sir," said h.' "If w.... were built Spent a few Hours In the Gty,last along those .line* being now well,

. wanted it on' Ruby avenue' and still grower to plant heavy of every variety : Mowed ui ten miles Licit, Night way. -

others demanded.that If such privilege of vegtablea a* from information ;' W.'d have the beat of everything Senator N.. p. Bryan.'our'"Iobe This week,Mr. Arthur' p.!; j ,

/; : war granted thatthedoelc be free to received there win .be, .a scarcity ot. And wouldn't halfway try. purchased a quarter vf',a mne of
came down from Jacksonville last nightand
all boat to load and unload their cargoes truck throughout the entire. north and front property from Mr.,.W..C- U
spent a few hours renewing old
aivqnalntanceS
the same right now being given west: V V:- \ We have countless herds the extreme southern limits of the
our our
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... &TOY.. and looking over the .
r by the city dock.There "St. Loul., Aug. 18.-Ed. ope. vice- many and has formed a combination: with ..
And iridustriea galore changes that have been made in Kisslminee !
were Sew members presentwho president of the Patterson-Pope Marketing r I B. C. Miller who owns a" .
And hands work ud hearts that beat since the days he lassoed steers ,
that
were willing( to permit the buildingof Co., .,.y. out the,following Inter number of acre'adjond ng for the ;

this dock at the foot of Darlington view this week: For Florida evermore. on its Itreets.While tie pose of cutting it up In( iota tor'
here warenter-
'+ 'avenue, therefore the representative.of !"The protracted extreme heat In -- Senator to those who desire to own a

. the A. C. L., Acting Division Superintendent this locality has practically depleted} this And women fair large men'and strong, Vans tained Agnew.t the brothers hospttabN In'home south Klsslm-of the home on the banks of the prettiest (

.t Mike Crown, stated that the entire section $f produce and from reliable Our cities, rich and great;I.I'll I. : tree, where a number of hi. boyhood of water to be found In Florida.
railroad company would be willing to sources of Information: we believe tell sir what Florida is These gentlemen will put, this
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chums called
you, : to pay their respects and
build a dock .alongside the city dock that what little vegetation is left will ". rty in perfect..condition before ,?l
The world crammed in .tate. wish for him long and
one a useful career ,
provided the city would extend Its docile be out of the way within few weeks. '. It for sale, such u-crad1 g marling -
-- in the higher "branch "of the National
three hundred feet and dig a channel It Is surely an ill\ wind that blows nobody laying out streets and building a
i' 1' round both the city and railroad docks, good and while our farmers have f Congress. The Senator spoke very optlml.tlcally stantial sea wall, and when they*
of Democratic
tf k and also close Darlington avenue. been unfortunate, it certainly oPens a saying that from Indications success there next completed those improvements,' lake'A
year
? This proposition like the one first offered great field for the shippers tad growers will be no more'desirable place!
wee a general distrust on the of
part
r* didn't seen to meet the wishes of other sections. Six or eight million .OurOfJncil111en this section of rare beauty to pees
the people the In
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party now
of our people.-although there were a people will\ have to be supplied with : -- power., quiet, hours ot home life. :
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' few minor points conceded to the city... fruit and produce from now until our .. appeared more enthnsiastie overKlMimmee's 1'11.b", ,,' that.-:'r.verblow-V
The expression was freely indulged in next crops &reJa1aed.--- - -,- future, It seemed than he Lake Tohopekallga not only fan .
-- Make did over other topic discussed: for
-' ..* to whatirood-wouldj-esult to our city Proposition any the beat of the summer's sun.
; the reason evidently, that this city is
by the granting bf this privilege It is fll. vigorttndlhealtb and life into' ;
A GOOD LAW his old home.
i -true that through shippers l of fruit from I most weary.. On the shore of this/
the lower water .route would save the I To the Atlantic Coast Line Railway That Darlington The Senator looked exceptionally fine, one finds ;
and will be in
condition
expense of hauling from the dock to the Councilman J. Moore Seeks b good to enter the three thingeneeestary to make
.cars or warehouse as is necessary under Avenue Will Be. Closed if the Company Into the fight for the people when Congress .- one continual blissful dream., "
Modify Existing Statute.At meet. 16 December.
""' present conditions' but what would Would Build a Dock and Warehouse at Foot of \ And the opening up of these reek
+ a result be to the hundreds ofeople tie additions brings to the '
: the good the laU regular meeting of us ar
> who bring small loads of produce City Council an ordinance was introduced Ruby Avenue and Operate Them Without Cost MY SECRET OF BEAUTY again that It I. only a question :

b this market or to our merchants who by Councilman J. C. Moote that of Any Character to the Public.The hornime' "until It will be ,.ac

' ship to points along the lower water, will-If enacted into law and accepted .. : lavalieri, the Grand Opera Singer, wild a sea wall the'entire length
I route? by the Board of Fire Underwrite -- lake front. There Is no disputing ?

These were the questions* asked and tend to lighten the burden on many( Atlantic Coast .Line Railway of all cost to shippers of freight, and Advises Women to. fat Oranges.. fact that the land adjacent to the

discussed, as we said above and almost our storekeepers and owners made a proposition to the City Council! grant boats the privilege of lying alongside Mme. Line Cavalieri, the most famous is' exceedingly"valuable' !I.' today,

, every member present had something and other vehicles. j I Jut week that if the city would close without, the payment of wharf living beauty known the world and the building",.a'sea: wall would

'to say on the-subject, but opinions so At present there is a law on our iky Darlington 'avenue the railroad com- charges, it seems to us to be a wise acton over through her voice and beauty, make It be the most valuable In the city' ;:

widely differed that It was impossible to statute books that prohibit the buf Id- pany would build wharf at the edgeof the part of the[ Council to make such writes to the':New York Examiner, advising for residence purposes, to .'nothing 1

arrive at. definite decision th refo"'l Ing of any house within the fi...,. Units deep'water at the foot 'of that avenue -,bargain/\ -..i. I woman"to eat oranges. "If" of the hundreds of'acres that would, be i

a committee was appointed to' ,make' a of material pther than brick, atone or ,, and lay a spur track to the wharf There have been times when some of she says '''I could obtain only 'one sort reclaimed,the Instant. wall was corn.

recommendation! to the city council concrete;and the ordinance of Cou cll- connecting the wharf with the mainland our people differed with the Council as to of fruit It would be oranges" pleted., V

'along the lines they deemed most ad man Moore provides that building _.to. ky a trestle. I the correctness of their acts but in this : She further advises: '"If I could only It appears to us, as'weli as to anyone

r'vantageous: to our city's Interest. That the.size of 10x15 feet can be const et- The Council took the matter under Instance the Councilmen appear to have obtain_-one sort of -fruit! it should be else, wjiohas given the- matter-.any: ,)

.committee met on Tuesday and decided ed of corrugated: iron within the prescribed advsemerit| and pending action on their hit the popular chord' as the opinion is oranges. If two,'orange. and apples thought tha>dt would doubly pay every

to recommend to the council that if the fire limit. There are nany) part the Board of Trade met and appointed freely expressed on- all sides that the and 1 should have the apples roasted property holder on the lake front to pay

A. C. L. would guarantee to build a merchants here who no doubt desire to a committee to go fully into the move the Council made was a wise and or baked. \t three kinds of fruit were his pro rata of the building of such a '"

dock at the foot of Ruby avenue (ex- build a small storage room in thereat: matter and report their findin 's, together judiclons one, 'and demonstrated! that available-1 should eat oranges apples wall salt could be built fct least three y "

tending" deep water) and make the of their business houses and tiany with a recommendation to the they were mindful of the city's rights, and pell"n.mIDe them In the orderof hundred'yards further out, thereby giving $

approaches wide enough to accommodate owners of autos and buggies who desire CIty Council.At in the matter. their Jm ortance. Yet much- .. I each holder nine hundred-feet""of w

both wagons and pedestrians and places in which to house thenj,.but a meeting of the Council held I. It is a conceded fact by all railroadoffic4ais believe !in the protracting and beauty; good solid ground,- whereas today it Is .

'olio: make tt free"for all boats to deliver under the present Taw do not feel k qualto Tuesday-night, the committee appointed -- . Klsalmfneg today one of making l power of oranges, I seldom eat absolutely useless, foF the;'reason" that': '. "V

t and accept freight and passengers paying the cost of a stone r..b.ck. by the Board of Tracje. which com- the most important points on the entire a whole orange. I suck all the juice it is subject to overflow at high water. '

therefrom, as well as tie to, that the structure for that purpose. mittee was composed of the men who, line, and in a few years will be furnish from it and eat but little of the pulp We are satisfied that a company couldbe

r, city would close Darlington avenue from The ordinance of Councilman Moore own all the property fronting on Darlington ing more business to the company than because the pulp has woody properties organized here in a day'a time to ,e '

'1j the, railroad track to the lake. tends only to the convenience .four avenue from Broadway to the any other point In Florida with the exception that mak> it hard to digest." build this wall andfill, in the low lands i

Mr. G. M. MacDonough of the firmS people and we hope its provision will railroad, recommended that the Council of Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida oranges are beat because they provided it was. given clear title to all. -'|]

.of Ludlam & MacDonough. was elected be accepted by the Uuderwritera,* Association adopt a resolution closing Darlingtonavenue therefore it will become necessary to are juiciest, containing from 40 to 60 the land it .reclaimed for the revenue

\, to"active membership and a bill for advertising as we-'cannot'' see that, it Increases from the railroad to the l lake make provision for the propel handlingof per cent. more juice than California navels derived from the sale of the reclaimed k

i h / amounting to $24 was ordered the danger: from fire'I in the provided the railroad would agree to that increased business: ; land would many, time overpay the coat d'

, y Ii: paid to Rand Mtftally &: Co., of Chi build a dock and warehouse at the foot __ ., They are far more highly flavored: of building the wall and operating- the $,.1.1dredge.

'' cago. least.GROWING--- of Ruby avenue said dock to be placed CROPIs ,The pure natural fruit juice '1. not Therefore if it 'would be a .,,

The-Board ordered the secretary to GUAVAS three /hundred feet farther out than the 3,000OOOJJOX thinned out by waters of artificial irrigationnature's good proposition fora company It would :' ,.
: make a two-yearcontract for space in be a better proposition for Individual
q '. present'clty'dock,, make the approachto irrigation and the results
\ the Southern Commercial Congress this dock wide enough to accommodate Estimate ofDirectors of Florida of sunshine dew and balmy air holders and especially the city, u'open

m' building at Washington D. C., at a cost Would Be One of the Best Paying 'both wagons and pedestrians and Citrus cannot be successfully imitated by mer.man's streets leading/ direct to a deep waterchannel

of $30 per month, after which: adjournMent Crops in This Locality.)} not only keep them in good condition, Exchange. substitute therefor; : would be the memos of attracting : 1
taken until the fourth Mon- W. E. Heathcote of the attention of thousands' tourists ;
I V was but oper.tehe dock and warehouse Petersburg, They are grown nearer the average (
day in this month. which will be the It has for some time been a Source of free to all persons desiring to ship pro- a director of the Florida Citrus Exchange point of consumption henbe fresher; .' to Florida who under present conditions ,

26th. Wonder to us why our people did not duce from or to this city by boat also says: "The estimates made by They are thinner skinned; pass Kissimmee by. i
: turn their attention to the of ,.
growing the railroads and various in the '
that no fees be charged for boats tie- papers The Florida standard package is 15' '
; THORNWELL HOME guavas, for it Is olie of the belt. paying Ing to the wharf. state that the citrus crop of Florida for per cent larger'than the California;' OUR BRASS BAND

\ 8 fruits on the market and can;;;/b. grown: This recommendation was adopted by this season will run 5,000,000 Hbxes is I Florida Is the natural home of the ..:- \11'
here with little or no expense or culti- too high. At a meeting of the direc-
'j the Councilmen and the city attorney orange as thousands of acres of wild WillGrVea, Concert Tomgfit')in the
Aft Institution That Should Receive vation. the tors of the Exchange held Wednesday natural grove testify; it Is a forced I
requested to notify railroad '
wan
who has for ownedan
A
gentleman years opinions were heard from eight gentlemen pand 'Stand.
Liberal product in California, a creature of a
More Support. authorities that they would be receivedaVtbeir
island in the lake is authority forth
from a wide of territory and '
range commercialism and artificiality. Klssimmee.Cornet Band which Is the
The Thornwell Home and Schools for statement that guavas yield s net profitof pleasure! by the Council to go .r.
; It is their opinion the crop will not e.xI ---- pride of our people, will give one of rl
into the details.This
Orphan., i. the name of the Presbyterian three
orphanage under the control of the into jelly and an acre planted in bushes action of the Council will more I The Exchange is riot ready to make 8 to 9 o'clock In the band stand 'on !

synods of South Carolina; Georgia and will yield in the neighborhood of five Thad likely meet with .the approval of | an official report of the crop and Is Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Broadway. The concerts the band has .

e Florida, andis one1'that hopes to ..h.t"t .... hundred bushels If that lea; fact and our people generally especially as those gathering statistics to this end. All Dear Sir:-Many inquiries have been given during' the summer 1 ave faro :y 4

Mln, the benefit of orphan-work day. It' there is absolutely no reaaoti to doubt who own the property fronting on the authority agrees that the /grape fruit made of me whether or not I would seek to relieve the monotony usually gone attending VV ,
of this the to us that a avenue that will be closed are willing, for a re-nomination to- the stale senate
-\f.! may Interest' the readers paperto statement.it appears crop will be a little over half of normal. the hot months, and have been
know that it was opened with! four flve-acreitract planted In g.avas wouldbe this:action to be taken. While it Is always from this district. I wish to reply ,Source of much entertainment to our "

.( \ ', little boys and four little girls-that; it worth just about as much understood that a railroad seeks through your paper that I expect to bea (people. There is no doubt the band

;:' has no 'agent neither are any assess- more than if. it was plant; in citrus. the best end of a bargain, it is Just as SCHOOL OPENS candidate for re-nomination, and to will be greeted with a large audience.The i

:lY ir. mente made for Its support by the fruit or vegetables. generally understood that a railroad is make a formal announcement liter.Yours'respectfully following program will be rend* , .,

:s f.:' church; nor, any days appointed for collections .Guava jelly readily rells at 25 the one thing most essential to the On Monday for the Recption of Over I ered: .
cents small housewife ; building of a city and when mat LoUIS C. M ASSET, s. i
f. --1:\ being wholly dependent, upon for-a glass, an any up "Washington Post" march Sol).. ,
,f'+.li. the voluntary gifts of benevolent peo- canVmake it? and asthe.eastern) ten of this '.kind. are.,pre..nted.t.fIe Six Hundred Puplils. .. Senator from 19th District. "To Alice" serenade . ..:. VJ. ;

"' ('pie. It now has sixteen cottage: homes, shore of the lake is the'natural home of i rights 'of both the city and the company Osceola Hhlh'ScLooI., the pride of every "Love's Whisper" waits 4 Boehnlien (

".r--.I" . \with some 300 orphans with'ten'teachers this delicious fruit, there being acre aboukt' ,be regarded.1 , person in this county will begin its A Query.Kissimmee ""Mandyjane" schottische Rolfe y

do/'the schools,' with a matron.in. each upon acres of the bushes loaded with,. It does not appear. that the closing ot, fall session next Monday aixflt is fully 10'.., Sept. 8, 19)}. "Kiss Me, My Honey.Kiss Me"two-setp, it

J( .cottage. It has si farm ashoe'shop' a fruit growing there at the present time: Darlington avenue IIl work.any great expected that six hundred, children'will Editor Valley Gazette By Request; '\, A.:

,, ? carpenter and machine !shop. 8 steam we'say again, it I Ia a wond ir to'us Why, hardship on our city at the present timenot.or 1 be enrolled the first day. 4 Dear.: Sir:-In behalf of anxious parents -"Charge to Victory" march McFall I.,;

."..r4aundry' and other lndQatrladepart-( : s&rne one j does not establsh a cannery many year to'come; and if the i 1 -'speaking of the advantages Kissimmee I desire to ask if there is a law to '"Over.th. :Waves" ,waits',.-' 1rooms :5V-**, '. \

tJ.t it ', r'menU in-whlchr, the.cbIIdnD- ;tauchtJj forIhe. ,purpose of putting'' guava;:jelly railroad will build and maintain a flrs l offers* the bomeseeker',. the prevent minors frequenting pool "On,'Wisconsin". t.wo-etell] rhSk, r.k' Mt, 'J

i \ if 'tr deLAIt of the childrendo, some-'' on the market In. northen V *.and." -.,.western class wharf.'and warehouse'at'the foot o l I greatest among thenyall, Ia I the-excels and. purchasing !cigarettes- and tot '..Love's Sentlnel'senna8e.: _r ;,..i.'if .!!"7f."..:(;

t' % ;thing to ward--"their l "support and In,the cities 1- It.r' of Raby'a>enue. ;amUoperate them' free.1 lence.of our public school: and no parent t) ""I'ridf the Parade". marchf. .', >leFanr"tf .. .
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... bonds. debentureS. or other ....Ideno"". Of iii- .

?r ----:.; ,---:,., IfI o...Meuoew o"'.u..l by thta oration any other cotpo- and sale rendered by the Honorable Jamealrerkiu
5aaoviattofl -or macucla"thus or tbe Circuit Court..of sk.
,Is Outlook for florida Gtrus Prices I Of Application: for 'Letters .Patent t foreign or oorporatlona or domo.tlc..d' whhIC the lmOiierlhereofi.o JudIcIal*,(Judge]I..uor the State of Florida ,

Out- f Town Buyers .s m..U lto. Tight and Irlvll"j for Onceola O'""')'. andtasned out of laid 0

: This Season.: and Incorporation. 01 on ewnnrnolp, Jo'lullfll.IDe right to vole there in a .c.lI.e..d T. K.therein Bryan. pending co-partner. whvrebwiiSnow doiJJ '

: employ *amlnr( \ or acpumdlaUed are complains
To urns. ... Know A llryan .
'J n all ny experience in handling i Notice hereby flTtn that the undoniltned' proilti In the i' ri-haap; : ; or acqulnltlon I : ol M Froddlo IMdKixm slid M. El?goon Jeer huah

citrus ,fruitIwas never encouraged I I will apply to tlie Governor of the Stain til i tflor< oun capital 1 nUK'k or ol.llB tion from time to amid Il. P Uaiiwnand JJ11I Banana hla wq
: so Ida ou the Itlth d.,.y of Ontober, A. I II. J811.llor tImka M. boaid of dlroow lacy tlileriullIC l ,. are ........ondl'I't.' : the nndcrilgned.........
r your -wanti can be supplied economically' 'as ,,1 am today," says Bv. P. Burton IMI''n, ......r ..tin.. LUD1.AM ANI) mitt \li Hold the anmo In -lttrv wteu .,..Winvrmftcr '(;ImfInlihiry. ) will .aella public outer to the hI.'
L.. and "quickly' from my yards .and warehouses ale "' IXWiOUOircoafl'At", y, ''2tider' the followo aoM, l..ued or.llapoiied. of vat and heat bidder for ouch, at tlie door of L
t n on the building necessities. ,I 'listt I manager of th --Florida Citrus Exf Inn propoaxi. obartvr aud .artlalea( iniHirixira- In audi m.nncr a. the JlrecMw m \y d. era "J: ("'lUrt house lu the city of.Klsslminee. ]
changei;'who I Is'ol'l a tour of .Inspectionthrough tl..n, a eoprof.wbluh Jia beau dISCS lu the, county amid tale, during tbe hour of _.\ aj3
;' ". below: __ I :o. of {tba,iI.e ol florlda. "ro'imreue;: ally a..d nil 'o lioC,1"'ii1ii; <<'iii''': and on Monday the. lud! day of October,A. U. lUi]
; : = . ; thb'' principal fruit market of .7'M"Tt': .. to do any and .11 oiht-r ttct. and IhJIINII. and lorxerolsa tho following deaorlbcd real .etaLe. "h. picrty
K: H. LUilLAUU any ..nd\ all other jxiwvra v. hlrli lucy of ..hi respondents situate in the inonmviil
lime Atlas Portland Cement I the country Blzlng .u the.aituatlori ndlaying r M. MAC 1>1>NOUOUAKTICLEs'bl1 bi nw..iK"ry, t Th) 'podicut
... .. .. .. J ELK'S :_ plan* for the eeason'a work in'a,L. auction with lierglnboforuupcvlllwl or ,in a.l.iltlun 10 tliebuMiic.KBiiabni.liiri.scii ., wliloh a nnt ono hundred amid the smith forty yard* w .
u.'. --_ of the mirl h-eiml corner of wait qual
: _
I'TJ letter'to the .iA-exchanK9:! managers INConpOrRATION AND 15'RO. ural person, nml' a oorloOrUlolI of Mule character ter of I hu noiilli went quarter. of section BAwntownHhlp ,
r : Paving Brick PQaKU, CHAHTffll OK LUDl/AM AMi'. lawfully anilexeml' o, and to dii any south thIrtyfoil eJ
4 I the uiay : I Ihlrly /aiiRa '!'
Fire Brick throughout/ state and to the orangegrowers The nulerliiB MAouQNOuGHcoMpANy; anil: all of tlie lnilii. ( hereby aaaoulatn lUeimwlve ..liheraioiio-or hi combination,
l . : Press Brick' generally.- tuxnther for th:* DurpoM oT bo. oiauiir tuuvrju.rstd II la d the Intention that ail.I lImo olijwl. ) .* MMnowvra theure y eMa north, thence seventy-east. yard three to the bamictryartha plio
I| "In every city visited by me I have uudur the law. of Florida.. Hpeclllcd and ,clausfK. cornnlncJ In.I thisaragrnpii I ,
: : of lwgtni.lisg.Mimi. 'I
!
Brick"Cravenette" ;
Common The
4 of : ;
uame Coriuiratlon
this .
'. wh-rt'e shell C lier mIt h.crwiet' ixi.re'cm -
exo-it and
| two. t three four of IiI4t'fiiat'
I ono
made be 0''
'j a personal canvass of the dealers J LUDLAM: AND MAO tiuKOI'Ui l I. 'nIt'lImlt.i -,, nr
,
j Impervious Fire BrickFULLER'S COM PAN I L in sa.diraKr |1.11 of Kobliinon's Addition 'nh... town
olXimdninicu
) ; It* prlnoluau laoo of I lniMiiea, ,
| > Infcieuce froin I Hiei
and have the rvxirk-nd by releienci r..r
| presented following bal i Ity. tiwrtivr wlih all bulldlBnnliuHlu
pointsto b.
| lu the cliv of KlU.liiinife, .. . thin or any
mher i-lauae m'
f .
,I. (;"""' 8lau i'erm' any tlu'ri'jn or lu Hiiy wkw .lIoee"4\.11." ... .
of ,
Fiorj.a, .
them | but it fwuiUllKholUuea ilielil
: First we are against the ship- may In llila flinitcr.. hut. that I )eclsand
.. : Peninsular Brand Roofing and ....nol..u uthur (ilacei a. ....f.li. .IcchA..d In ulI".1 ,lime ..IH"..* of with, with all mintS ninyular the tenemanti,
fin .
hoc | and npi'urieuaDeei, tberaunb.
bent of immature liereintiuun
'and uvcesiary
fruit will or )
not cjoienleut.
., Metal Shingles Slate Roofing Tile RoofingCHEROKEE Article' '. thin I pHragraph I nhall .I'be ri-iranlwl I ci indc'pendeiit ': : :- liiiloiiKliiK or a HirlalnliK. and
Tbu B"niral naiureof (hebudnaa. : : .. blue vlmrler. may ,loannndcd | | every right
tolerate from objects antI r
our peeking/ houses; second to be tr..t\C1IOOd"bf t.aul Ciiuiauv, .hnll be pow. llll.i or humlirei.. (. Iogalu.rmqmiitable of the act]
la
I 11. ti
; from Hum' I lo I liinv it> provide } her
.
and H 1'ldgeou
we control ninety cent. of the bnyliis, leaning or oth..rwisb avqulriuv I in' hereafter cumMed.ARTICLK. Frudiliu I'ldiiuon nusbaao
BOON Cement Plaster per provingilralnlug' Irrlgallnj I culuvatlnii I sue now or "ii'. In aud lot limo "."' 0.
I Parson Brown oranges in Florida of cleTelopluK, uoriKaxlui, avliiua; and extibaa*- ] .1 G. F. KRIBBI3.ii. . ;

4 Wood Fiber Plaster which there tug:laud., 1 laurmenui, real prwi.urlr ol ovary The amount or the (.I.llall'o"H' tint hon/tI ,..1 Master In Chanoery,:
Cotta are not over 125.000 boxes; chfiracter; lo own malutalu: and opt rate. boat*. elicIt be Two Hundred. find Kilty I lioilwnml. - -- -
Terra DrainPipeTerra I that these will not he ready for market vsnlultts and 1D01o. power, of all description-' I ollnrH. divldofl Into Two llioiisiiml 1 Kivo Hundred
Cotta Sewer Pipe own. uperate, Jea.u, hire use and malnialn, .h...... ol, t Ho par value ol One I lliiuilnilDollar I Notice of Citation. '
before the middle of October that dm'ks, wharvea eloraturii
and awl
tai.ki, t Granite Curbing not box wi'llet o't oxc.T.Uim; to buy acquire, liold.! own, j.iuie. An > torI or all of rail\. capital I >li,,'k ,m mm> I be I I"I time: Matter of the K tate of C. A, Cummlap",
a out : I ei'iiined..
/ our packing uiurtiiaKu sell operate, build. paysoU ,,, 101on'r! or -
Improve un- either hi f all iir I ill vropcitl.,
#.. Nails, Etc., Etc. house branded. Parson Browns that will mrupi, ....Ig... trausler ..udr..I.. In auy aiul' 511goada. Net V ('Cs at a JIIH Va I hat iiiii, to be lixcd lit I.iii'Inoornoicton. *' I'o, Huriiii A. CuinmluuH. of Alice, of, Ohio I.Blt.,Jacob Ohio: DWbell
CumliiMig ; CUqr
. ware*, merchaiKtii awl prupvrty oevery ... or by the illriH'toni lit. a iiicittnn
not be true to names but .if some misguided ola.* and desorrptlou : cu, tuaualui'tnreonucreie called for ruei 1 purpuae' ; and. tIme jiidiritifiit of. l1Ii".... of Markhall, Ohio; Mary Willlamiof.I'onl. ..
A Telephone) or telegraph at my expense for prices and buck and to oonntruct tot ..*.If ouch Inoorixirlilorii or director. an to the value. ? ':Virginia( ; Jennie Frump of Latla. Ohio-"
should violat'a i
this andit I no.1 l Tt l'l.h.ol Hartford. Michigan and all 1
grower .ulolher persons, Uruia title ... III the
and particulars. L>ong/ Distance Phone 207. or corimradom.. of t.uch properly, I..boror ".h-.hMII. oilier h.terestKxl said eatata.
t walk. and permim
p.VInga.Article .
is brought to will absence of fraud b".OODClu.lv.' HI'H.'khnl'|
attention. upon"
our we
,
,
You nud 'h of are hereby cited to
3. The you atwnearbufori'
amount of \
the capital sock dern, and. all "..rl01".1111" with Ihu <'ouiiai'y.|
be just as quick to ask the pure food department aumurlzed "b.11 1 1 be Forty TliouUn.l illu.om.O"' :) The authorlxed. eanltal, 8t Dol''..... divided Into oiimy.. r iihiina.-ai my umue lu jiumimmee.' on.
Konr liui.drfd .
nliarmol for such mid KIICIItertna
paid at time or time I "npou r
of Washington to it the the Jiul!,, day of Oetobwr. A. 1) U
i inspect lair valun 01 One Uundrcd : Monday .
($UKl oil) *iJi'llars and conditions .s the bonnl of directors IVIiJlo
condemn ...el.. Any part, or all of aalil determine IncreiiKC I Irom bow '''OH''. If uny you have, why the -
W. ''R. FULLER it and confiscate it as we would vaiiltarmockiu may .nllt may .
: of c. I'. thvrlfl and ex-otuclo ad mini
be rrwatt ,
;y payable either In vaali or In tiroiiwiy time to time uryoml'! the amount ntntud. I lu .themanner *
a car improperly branded by one of our Labor or servlue. at a just valuatluu to be thud provided by law tmtoruf fund, I'Htate for *n order to take po*>
by the lncorp.rtora I I ,NeHHlon of the hereinafter .Im.e'rI bed realI.",' UI
:'L: Office, Yards and,I Salesrooms: competitors. Third. our associationshave Anice4.| The bucinel",, of the C'ortK.mrionDlinll.bo \ ARTICI.K( : 1. I 'fur Ih.'S'|'" *'UII'U\.t< debts, uliould not be granted '
The corporation audi Have. an '. .'eilii| !ii"' iUorK I hit '. l I.n k J. of Eldorado Hubdlrlston IoU
HENOKY & KNIGHT'S TERMINALS i-nnducitxl by a l> View ; I
invested in the last r Kldfnt. 1'.1' .
two years do U I. Mud Hoi.rctarj sod and <' >rate name perpetually, nnd.11 .lo e"I ist, perpetually. lilocl c..t Aihur' I'ark Milxlivlslon! lotS.
FOOT FRANKLIN STREET Treasurer lluard
: or a quarter of a million dollars in packinghouses of IIN.etor. ,, couKimli'K of not iui.<.a than a three :. I II I. of UHii.lnll'H I CollKgn. lllll aubdlnalon bla.,
nor .more. than five member. AHTICI.K: I Ihe Uli.llvl'li"' ,! one-bnlf] lull-root lu Iota V. ;j
TAMPA FLORIDA : and equipments thev have systematized '- Tlie toi low.lug named t>rtaons nhal|I be the The biihiness of the ctiriMirut. ion shnll r..> conducted I .of lilin-l. _' and lot I ot ,.11",10:1.: of East >e-S-!
onicen to couducl the "oiwIiieM Ulc W a urcMldent a xkcc I pr.'tl'lcnt' n MHTftary iinisku I lli'iBhl"I I Mibdlvixioii., ( All I I situate I I. j'o
the of Coiti1'any
picking hauling/ gradingand / until tile officer nhall be ,-lf<-leil nl tliunritolwlloii and treasurer anti H lionnl ol .lircclor. lllllOMiTn' C"""." -tale of Florida. Also the 8u ';
loading. which has given us -- of oHIvers of the Maid COIIIIWUTami conslHtlntf of not leaH' (Ihan three nor mine I than n.li I\Ml.-i1 m.,...-\1..1. Intwri'M In lot H Of the 'ifNulnhtMim
prtcs.ti ) ive membera ; the. iiumlM.r, of ,ilip I <'ctoih. I to I be ,
,
ihall bo <,11 'tin1 Nouih' 'half of section'M.:
I .
qualllli-d. A. inIlb. 1-1 *
e all over this country and that each K. U. 1.l1dl..m.1I.o.l.re.I.'Y1I. ; (.. )(. Ma.0'11',1.I'Oii- ted by the HtockholdcTM In t he I iHUsfniin' I f .. lowntdilp! c' *. rnlik'e .1"''K limit 0.. Kilen: addvllUHte t, I
I tltllO0 time. The Maine UlHoll may hold two 111 .till' ,IVtl tof Urn ooI|I.. Florida ,
-- of our associations: this season will put "iigli.".....h !beori-tary:U .. ....ail.._.._ .1.0..rt'r.1. _ .. ;_.and. VI .. /*.. or more office. exeunt' that, the itichldcnt I iiil.ltnaiurer I .!, my hum) and .,'"I..f i the said'Court i.Wilni"

)OCaocOCOIOOOOIOOOOIOOOOOOCQQOO'c. : out better wotk than they did lust year.I D.iiivii;.JJ n l\iiw.ih; Board aim '.::1 j DIrect i.I MaCi'OniMIIIllnliail >ca. l'h" <- Die follow shall not. be the MMIIIIperson. : at Kitfciitiini'' nil. thii I 'itii day of August "11 .
Ing liainnd shall biIhV I "ffleer
Ulrui'Uirn IHTKOUK Ill! -
: I A. CARSON. J A. CRANFOItD. S. L. LUPFER.President I trust that when the approaching season "\'II.n tbe aud nr.l OUIcem Monday nhall tu Jauliarv be .I.d ol: mcbyear. ... to conduct. .. bUMiue* ol the roin' .|iii Ii> hEO< F. I'ARKER, ;'"
until the O.. oen who nhnll I I.B tdei'teil nt III"'
r.. Vice-President. Secretary is over the sales department will not ArtiCle! .'. Tho) lerm of CxlHtanre of this Corliorallou II ret *li<,''ion of ollleur* of *ald ,'nlUp.lIhHII.| I Ibe 'I' I". MilHIISAtlorut'X' County Judft.dniliilKtrMTor '' <
iinalined
have to apologize; for any car of fruit nhall lie uliKttj-nlue '....... P. A VANS: AII.XEW. I'ri-Hidenl. lor SiHt'Notice i 1 (

Article 0. The ,MI:10 orporalloii nliall ail.iptan E NBIJ-ON; FKI.I VIce-ITi-Hldi'iil.. and .
by t
put up you. .approprlatn aval aud lulopt by-la nfor tarKuturumtntof 1

: LUMBER DEALERS ENTHUSIASTIC."In r It* aflUlr. and the b"I."H may AKTHWt: and each E. DOMCUAN.herrrlar of acid three I4'n..uiI.tdlmcii) amlTrciu.urcr "be .a of Master's Sale. til,
CO. tia
KISSIMMEE anieuded
or repvalod uu
: all experience in handling citrus therein.. an may l.vtded 1'lriotor.bu.h' I Notu-i.In bfrrby tflvi'ii that umler and by rir '
.1I.: my Article 7. Tile director. .anil onicera i-lmll b"l 01"1 tel I tile ol, a Klnyl f41rce'of> Kort'rluHllre, I.ua out
biifhf.t amonut of 11..lelo.I.ne"r f
fruits I was never so epcouraged liability lo uhlrh the < anuually I on lie 2nd! Mondavof Ortobei uf <..8t hypo I.1.,1, ii,il'r th* hvniofth. Irrlll 00111 of
orpnralliiti. iauatauy I
,, beginning in the year Itil.. time -"" Juilli'luK'Ircuit ol " ;
I 'llh \l.of
tim .
as I am today. I received 1 fi the dealers subjui-l 1Ilf. Khali be Forty Thou* I'G'
o.n and (4U.MOU "Mi) tkillarn.Artklo AK11CJ.K "l.. I I Ma In nml fur <>"rw>ln Count) In I cbanoer/) ,

; : .J : 4 and Dressed visited'by me, almost unanimously .. .h. '1 ui> naniuH so.! rf'bldenccs uf ,ihuJi i The Haul corporation. Nliall adopt an approprlate I tinK. In a CfTtAtn, t-HiiHe thiTulu lwiiItflg| { mdwh.Tclii '
Rough eo1 W II. Max llwhnliiK l I.
seal and hliall Coinplalnautud
crjliuytijp: | t lyKHber wltli I .ihumimLL'r adopt by IIIWM fur th K.irn I
enthuBiasHc'commefHlaXTorig'TbrTHe'Trnarovement or uuirta a'orjK'ri'.of the authorized iaplialliKk mrnt of Its atiaira. InronKiatrnt with It* ....- I L. K.,: Miuxan I Haunbirgfr are I.

that ,, aul>Henl, .4Ml for by ,,,,,'h. are ". 4illowH 11..1.. Inoorporatlon and the lawn of the Suiteol ."",h'\K. the u'"t".18..I... .t"'I.II.. t;
we hayealready nuule. (. h...' .. '
jtlorlda. wblch cry.
W. smith.. Klmlmmep, Klortda. HniKharrw; by-lo5 nl.Y"e" amended urre ,10'.
LUMBER These dealers have assured me that they H. II. Lndlalti Klnr.lmmuet. Flitrlda. lull' .h..r" ; |>ealed. .a* may be provided in aaid by.law". the leutil. h""n.1 ""I..I.r\ < Court llouav
PINE . .
;, fi. M. MaclJouough. KlHNimmee, Flullda, II)!) I ARTICLE 7. d ..r. in the (lly of KlkHlmmce, In Mild OnooolaCon ,
will'give' our fruits preference at a higher .h"'U8. The hlgheat amount of I IndebtedIICHH or Imlillllj nly, Uondiiy tluv.'uil, .of Oi bier" A.
D iiir w.K.1| <'aIl'd the l>.lnrH
than that which Ui which the coriMiratlon fit t lmt'auhijeit 1111 .Ju"I.
price may be named by can any ,, wliiK-l aUfniiier of. H itTitfm tonnage olfortyHi'Vcn ,
lUelf thill' be Two Hundred slid nil "
our competitors. STATE OF FU>KII>A J I IC(14TY Sfc1K 1 110..1&lid Dollar > toimTermii Urn .ud.' not tonnage of twenty t l
-1"- Of'teSiA I Mtycn '
"1 an: informed that there is no busing ': IT KNO N : That before me. the uudorlK"e AH11CI.K C. of Half; ..h.
1' HOUSE BILLS: A SPECIALTY > <] Notary Public in and for the btale .f The names .realdnucea. of the sub, rlblm AKTlint E DON :KUAN S
,, of oranges/ in FloriJa by specula- Florida at Lamp peiaoually appeared. A. iucorooratorii. together with the number of I, HpiM'Inl' MitHU in Chancery.AN.M '
xn-s; this will lead to imagine Hmllii, jl. lI. Ludlara\ anti t*. "Si. MacDonouitk.; l *hart of tbe autliorlr.ixl capital stock subscribed \' AGNEW \ CllAW KdKI), -I.
growers TO-HIB well known .auiJSiuown me to U- the for bv; each' are' as follows I ...lh.I.I ..for ('oinplalnitllt.Dntod ii
that there is some market which maky iniilrlduala dencrlbvd in and who ubwrlbnt E. Nelson Fell, reiildence, Warrenlon Y... thin lnr of Annul!, A I).. lull.I KliNinilni 4
it :aoc )Ol :aoc >> )OI >>>> >> 1 foregoIng propoacil l eh.riar three hundred shren.Atlliur >(.>. rla 3 -41 '
: .. it unsafe for operators to buy at a rfa. :.,lr.tnk'o: :: i ):; <1 that he extcat the K. Domigau,' realdeuce;: KisvlinineP.'
("tame for the Fla threw hundred shareft.
sonable J purpotte thervlu exprennedUITNRS.1 \
,': figure. You may assure >ur mv hand: and aeal at KlKKimuife.' I'. A..n.' Agnew rtwUleucc KlHhllumee. Notice of Admirtistrator.In .

neighbors that this is a condition 1hat Otcoola rounty Florida) this lllh day of I>ip.tfinbvr Fin, three hundred aharea.TATK Cn.m a of tlie. i 'ottniy! Judge. ...tHte of Florida* .
A. U. lull. In re Kioto ,:f l: mhertiitt: A Sturtevaut. I>etMMmiil -
our competitors may seek to use later [&.il] W. H 'RA I'fFORD. I. (>Mceola t oiimy.Noiloe ,

c ? I LET US DO YOUR 'on in an effort to buy at a low, rice, j 3.-.t: Nf.iair Public State at Lirt-e OP FLOKIDA' IUil't4TY '. IN herHiy Klv.*u* to "I whom itconcern ma
OK 154C10i1.A.lBit ) , that on, the moth dav .f i ) .
which s not justified by the c9dutione, IT KNOWN : That before me. tin undersigned K. IVII m I mush al.l.I) Hi the )tioliorable Oeo. F.

as tley now exist. Ca iforn'ia is winding I Nut,r> public In ami for until Coiinlyand ""r .r. Juilict* of >ei.t hi Courl. .Judge of Pro.l.ate .
NOTICE :
VULCANIZING Stale, perHoiially appeared.. Arthur K lion- for my llnal dim harge .Administrator

up her largest season's business I .. % egad and I'. A. "Ana Agnew. to me Hell Lnown .of.eai.H.1nd the! KHtuliMif I tint at iHthurlnr the A. >I nrl..vata<>-
anti kuown tome to be 111" lixlivlduHlo "l I "I'lm"l ,'ll
J and I M-rlb- ] .
are 113Hun
receiving today moie aeriilintN
growers an of aaldinlal
vd In. and who Hllh'rilJedhelr, nil III"" to time. A'lmi.l.lr.tr
I Of Letters Patent '.. and auk their
money for their lowest grade Valencia Application for foregoing propoaiHl' 1 .charter and "'",'h ,"'kn.." 1 I. l Jimiti' "i,r.r A. l>. ..pr.vl.111.d
1 We have a first-dais plant with expert workmen edged \that he executed the name 'lor the pnrpo, 'II S H. CAHhON'lomv
late than they have received for :sev- and Incorporation.Notice ...M therein exprenwd.ltnesainvibaiidaud. .
in charge. All work
hereby given that the .imlemlyntxl thin :)!!>th day at Auitnvt. A 0.111. )\ -- .

3 / I out within 24 hour from receipt; Prices reasonable. lowest grades are selling at prices netting will m>ply to the Uuveruor of the State of Slur luAU( J E.G. VANS AUNKW. Notice.

S Full line of Tires,. Tubes, Patches. and Automobile them $2.75 to $3.00 f. o. b. Califor- Ida.Livttfn on the Patent uib day luoon of)>"raiiug October UNITED A. I> lull.LAND for My Cornroifloo Notary' expires' Public Uecembirrli ft ate .t Largo.19HT: In rerwtateof Court of County Daniel Judle.. Stats and of Forldalu

& 1MVESTMKNT COMPANY under Lbs follow- MI.s
..1.* nia. Minx, mlllo, ,.. OHfeula Te.nrle.
of ,
Supplies pnupoaad. anil ArtlPlea Jnoorpo C"Ult
/ j, -' luc: oliarter *
.. ,,1 "The crop; prospe.ctrf throughout the ration copy ol vnlvn ntut been nied In tuotHee e Notice la hereby given to all may t
STATE OF NEW YORK ICocxTir concern, tliatlcimlia. ''Jr.
A.
I.' Minx a ol
: ; & / -. cf, South are\ Jne best in many years.'and Florida. ". or NEW YOHK.J t Daniel| A. Minx and Temple A. mluo.

: 'San Juan all dealers looking f iSrge K. XEL8f FELL BE IT KNOWN: That before me. the underllgned will 1 oil the 0th day of (' ; V.b apply
Garage are a. to HuuoFable.
Co. the
: r'Y.a.lq 1'. A. VAN& A : 'ti- de. They do not care whether they ARTHUR H. DO.SEGANAKTIflM tnd Btale personnlly appeared It Nelson Fell, In and for acid ,'oo..l.t. Ill..ollli'e it Klsaiiu-
li well known .( known m' 7 In >Hld I t nt 1 In. u'i-li> in., or.
me to me to be I the :
_ _
., Orlando Fla f. b. ( if have 5 ii* ,, Uirri'HfU'r 1 I tin- ,; 'kb'
: pay $2.00 o. or $1.00 they individual I deteni laid I lu, mm nil w lio NiiliHcribeil : an matter 1 heani

;. a steady mark which win insure "them 'S -Or-INOORPOK-ATKiN. ASD! 1'JtO- a his I kiiowipdRfwrthm nam. ,> to the forcKnltiK: IM 1 xvuiml propo-etl' I dinner, and for.: : inliiorn.. :) Ui In ell:I lln'nt" I loll prl\: :,...ti i IIIK nale dei-cribed; Ihe I Intrraatof m'tahCet..t
POSKD HARTKK: : JK UMI! tu" LAND the tame fur ,, .,
'" a profit AM 1NVK--IMKNT ( uMrANY tae purposes therein m's j.r'o.eiI. iii:: amIi. : :; ,:ii t .I..w ii.
: 'I .
ft ''ltnoaa: bttn'1 an.I: 1" heir nn.ltliil| tu thirdinlirCHt, in 2iiimi
lticin1.cal. 4''all '
my i> at lol
Tho underalKni'd,, hereby associate 'IheniHfelvei l, I.IIM k I i. .1. .1 ,imi'l| i ,
LOOKING TO CITRl'S EXCHANGE. \ Nec York City. llil.- .Hi, old) ol, "l'tstmbor. .1".11.1 in M
4i tonether lor the inirpontof 111I111\1 : A'lh., I'Jll.IS J of 1.1.i-i Harm. n.l.liliti'I I.,. I ilie I ) of Ki"-
"The reason that dealers ire not buying Incorporated urdertniiawmf, Florida.AKTIi PAI.: I (lEli I. $. -IIKI\\\ 001'). ,.''uln. .. '',',.11 I i ...n"" tIp, ,,1,1., .I

i,,, 1-K 1Tho I >ot"rv I'Uhlle, Kind, C.. New York Whlrh. 0111111|'| iiti.iu .II hi bakud tiixin theli'lll
- in Florida is. that the trade throughout -
T name of thin uorpwiutlmi hhall he I NITKl .inn for HIII' h Kale
: Certificate, llle.\lliiNew. York .. N. V. .in Ilk in KB id

:': 'r ......................... Citrus the country Exchange is Jooking for a supply to the of Florida fruit- principal lu >the LAM city office) &of IN\'I'KI Kiwiinuiee,,",1,: plare

    the "' ,.te..r Florida and Ita tiiiniutitau .ia,, Ix- -----.
    ; 'H EMIL MACH ERNEST.N1ACH properly graded and handled The small conducted elaewhere in the Slate ol Florida, Notice of Administratpr.n -

    ; AaU.4.rd Oil Co.,: .. know this. and afraid to or in other state* or countrlc throiiKh I other Ordinance.An ,
    operators are : ,
    office braunhcH. aKUlifiun or otilerwiet', as maybe I Court of County Jn.lire 1 State of Florida IIIn (a,.
    ,' buy as they will find it extremely difficult Duucftsaiy or convenient.AKTK'LK. I KnUUe of Stulll (j. right rXveHMcd< OHCC- I Ordtiiniu'K Hep.1.tr..1 i OrdiuHiii'c K.lUHlttd' *

    : : : ciiI EROS: : to eIl. It is necessary for every 2. ..0 County. 1 An (,ol"u"I I "U"II) Mil Oi.tnfHncv, En.
    j .. it have The general. nature of tliu buhlncsn 'r bud I Notice I I. hereby .given, to sit whom it may tllii'il, 'An o"II'ol'lhlhll.'h. Hiinninc'
    association they not already focaL to be tranaaitrd by bald Company I 10 .. concern. that on I the Ith I d, y of' J a l It Ht I...ret'. H... .t 1 I (
    L done so. to get busy right now and perfect follow 1912. 1 Hhall. present Ill)' aniiunl; ...'.',:% ::!OA"AdiiuniMtrator Kxci'i'l lltilli.I At|.roved! I irtotior >tli Mi, I I'I Calte.,

    I : Livery Feed and Sale Stable : their plans for putting out the best To bwy leae or otherwise acquire I Improve I of the oMlatc of 'Hiella it. WrlKht, .I'l.iliil.hlnii, All Cattle (from HlinnlnK, M
    ;.:J and that drain :Urinate I cultivate ..and !devvlop::: jnortK : d.'tH".I..o the llonorublc (,"0. F. 1'arker. TiiiuV\ ; Api>ro\nd Jul, i.lli' Lo.
    grading packing it : ; :
    is possibleto .Kf, .a..ll and exchange land, tuuemenla" and Jnd, |* nf said. Conn an Judge; 01 Probate., and. .ltN ( IKDAINHD MYIIIK: ( OI'NI'IL( OF
    1 Agt. International Harvesting Co.' 4i get out of their houses. It is also real property of every character altio any llm.ber auk lortlixlr approval.Uilerf. 'I 11 \OK K1KH1MMKKerllon
    ; : necessary that they keep 'after neighbors and l any privileges, license and right or July:l, A. D. lull.\ Tint an on.I I na.liii' c"lltl I lil "An

    who not in the association and power whataoeTer of cntltnir, boxing taking. A. E. DROIVJHT, Ordln..u'e"dln... an Ordltmni'i'I Kntltlod:
    are
    Lr: :.. ::ECZ :.cs ::tIE.A.V"Y: :: : Qf -. : aol UHIIIR h"B"'d th rsfroni. or any Part 'Mam-0 raos-pd Adminlhtrnlor.Application An Ordinance i Prohlbl'III I Ihe Itiiniilng a$
    .A..ULr let them know what the conditions :: Large, ,
    are 'or |iroiDct alao tocouHtruct. malu- Durll of AM Cattle Kxre )
    In order that they may not become pan. lain, leaae and penile' b'ulldlnBK and ktriiftureaof |1'1.. 1,1. AIlro.d OuUitn-r ith, "I'll1.. By Pro-
    ,
    : 4 Everything new and first class. We render prompt and Icky and sell their fruit to speculatorsat any nd all: klud: lo manufacture ltunl.er bIIt' Al lrm Kiuming at Largo at .
    .; .i for Final Any' Approved
    barrela, naval alore oroxa tie*. ihlnKlv. an : Discharge. Ilh. tOll', be and
    I '. satisfactory service day or night. 4Pt riduculously low prices thereby losing all artIcle product end byprodnvle mauufautured I the Mime In hereby I repealedpaMai'd
    what the growers are entitled to, or derived: from timber: to produce In Cqirt of the County Judge, State of Florida In open hehafon this dny of AIRU.t.
    iihoHphate Ostvola County, In re Katate of Time Baa. A I'. 11111.
    ,
    mine manufacture' and d..oIlu lerUluera -
    and these '
    ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT placing operators in a position and petroleum ohs, aud all the protluuta I dec'it.NotUse. w. H MAKIKHON. .
    where it will be extremely difficult and by-produi-ta thereof To! acquire I construct la hereby ...Iv.... to all whom It may c m- ITekRlrnt. of Contirll, ..I'i |thy of kl,ilmm".. ;

    : Kissimmee Fla. Phone 113 : for the exchange to maintain a fair maintain improve, develop. uiortirave C.rfltat on the 10th day of January. A.F D.IlI2. Attest.J S
    to the (ieo. Parker. It <
    .II.HKIIT
    Hell and lease. tram road or other roan* (nr4he L-.r.UOf. ,
    any .iud".o
    market j>rice.fol"the fri it that is in the ; I
    \ Htoi'k and securetle thereof). or otliertranipoitatlon saia Court aa Probate, for a ((8EAI.) Clerk .I.h"f City of KlH lmm

    ik : ................ ..... .. .... rganization./ '' or. desirable faeliltle for the otcouVeulenoe development ronvcnienoe necessary Tim.final discharge........ daCeaaad.. administrator, and that at of the the same eatate time uf I Approvwl thin U.h II fl.AY day of AUK, .I.

    .
    i.Itl.HII
    -- -- -- will ptesent my final accounts' sui admInistrator of .9IL*
    Slc Mayor of
    a of lands' or other property
    or profit any "ly
    --- lu saId .....te. and ask for their approval .
    of which the IMS poswiied or
    - company may - -
    V.LotI July 7th. A. D. 1"11.| - -
    DODSON'S Interest to main
    LIVER-TONE which II may have au : Own.
    ---i Lain and operate. "boata and vehicle, aud motor 2H-1 mo-lnioa OSCAR BASS. Sr.. Admlniatrator. Divorce Notice.In .
    power! all descriptions for itaell. and for lure '
    INSTEAD OF CALOMELJust or loiiipt-nnatlou. To own, operate, lea,., I Circuit Court. Btate of
    Yl."d.e.rr.
    hire, Ukeaud. maintain dovka. wiiarvea, elevators Complainant. va Oat .,", ( .. J.m..
    I 1.11
    pnaBeo, tanks, .refrlgeratorn, Ice maiiufactuilnit Guardian's 14,',',-nt Ii I "1..1, < OHCNIIB Count .ill
    H. C. STANFORD COMPANY lilaula. and rtorage lai'lhtlea. of everykind Notice I haiti ery. I IIt

    Sure-Always Safe No and to collect and receive profllH and In Court of County. Judge., Htwte of Florida. .In Ke'l.t'snmmft' hy aflldavit appended 'to tlie bill I
    aa tolla tberefrom; to laatie nlomife, wharflmier re Khtate of Ollvlne Zella Savage, Minor, Onceolii libel.lu tlie above-staled (...u ,. that avld H.
    ., Bad Effects Ever Follow This and wamnouae receipts for or an.lni.l property (County. Ja''.. ". ihn. defemUnt therein. i.amod.. who* 'r
    "'. Carries aaCoaaplota a Line or ol anr .kind that may be placed. dupo lu>d or Notli: Tie:: berebfTrlven.;: ; to all whom it may renldenoe, l I" unknown. 1 10 over the age ef twen

    Pleasant stored. wIth or by aalti company To forum, pro- concern that K. B. Savage aa ""guardian Olivln ty-one years; ; it Is that laid
    Tasting Liquid.As mot and aMlat financially or olherwlav, companlen z'la nlaor, will on the 1'nb day tlonre. ,- : : ho: I la hereby re
    : ::: : ; : : 'ild:
    : ayndioatea, partnership and scowl.atlousi of ,. =af.eb. 1VI1. appi, the Honorable 'I imir'd to apponr .li. I I complaint filed .
    : : DRY GOODS. NOTIONSFURNISHINGS a remedy for a torpid liver calomel and to guarantee paymeut of principal' 1>00. F. Parker (*uinty 'Jodke In and for In Bald i-auae on Miniday. the nth dar

    has more than met its match in iuteroBt or dividends on auy thares, atocka, do- Saul l'oty.hi", onln,\ II Kinalinmee City In of Novemlier, A. D. 11)11. otherwlne the
    benlurei, obligations, ooutraula or Kecurltlesianued said tJoanly..l 10 o'cloctk a. m.. or as uon. tloii wH b" taken asconfeHncd l I y nail. .1"p 8
    odaon'a. Liver-Tone. It does not lash by any corporation or individual whenever thereafter.. the matter c\u "be heard\, for authority ."1. ,, <
    $ pruper. wlae or necessary In the Judgment U soB; at public or private sale, the following ,- It In further ordered that'thm order be pnb-
    the liver to
    on perform its work at the of Its director lu the lulerett ol the uuKineaa. duacribed. real eatat, In said \Olloly.totIC ItcheS oiieo a week for eight eonHcruttVe weeks

    4k SHOES CLOT'HING oat of its strength. pnrpuawes or property! of thl company. To act m the KjHMiminee Valley (azettc, a uewipaper t 1
    and
    aa ttaoal' or other agent for persons, firms andcorporallona. ( ) Five of Block Twenly ((30) of the South p.t m i.aid County PIlate. .
    .Calomel depends for its po'Wer upon to receive property of any kind Florida Callroad's Addition to Klaslinmee cIty .Ihel. ]liii i. auo
    to .be, held in trust otherwise\ ; to Invest anti Florida AKT1IUK, .
    or Ofieeola County, K. IMINKUAN. '
    .. can be foand. I. exciting the liver to do more work and reInvest auoh properly or the srocued.the.eol. Which ippllcatloil:: : will be based upon the p.. IsALI "I"rk 'Iru'l' 't
    (aland Florida often the liver is too 'Weak to stand such and tha Inoome therefrom. ,\O.erIItW e.Jn..otl.bN : tltlon forsuch Bale now on file lu said Court. "" "L
    ; E11
    ; JUIN"10N.
    r sad aalla. them dora acquire, pledge. .. and Dated August. R: A. I). lVII. (1. F. KRiltBit. .
    4 reatment t. and you are'wohe oft than or transferable luilrnraents and se- 84-fit R. B. SAVAGE. Onardlan.Notice Solicitor for Con plalnant.J Clerl'
    cantles, dabeuturea, bonds sotes. bllJs of ex- f
    1 AS CHEAP AS ANY before. change and kfldenca of ludehtedneaa,contract ;
    Dodson'is and obUnitiona i of every character.; To buy
    Liver-Tone cannot cauae any iuii ++I tlI I I II I-+++ 1
    -I.t acquire, hold own. pledge, mortgage of Exeoutor. +. +++4 "I, '.
    HOUSE W AMERICA of the dangerous effects that oft,," fol- oporai. Improve', assign, transfer and trade in. I

    .- (, bo the use ot cal mel. It is entirely any ana all good', narea..., merouaLdiae and.property In CoUrt of the County J o vf of olaa and description
    every k": in re Batata of Temple A. Minx. Deo'd. Osce- 1"
    .- vegetable and pleasant to, the taste, Its own account and a* factor, broker or cia Coat'.y. GRAVSTONi'1}
    for auy other person or corporation including Notice I* hereby given, lo all whom* It may
    arid fl is suitable for children and grown patent right. Inreutlons, trade marks, options concern, fiat on toe lat. day of March A. 1).
    and other property 111. board of director may 112,1 .. apply lo the Honorable Oeo.. ... Parker t

    pecple. deem convenient and advisable In the Interest Judgeof aid Court, a< Judge of Probate. OPEN ALL TEAS '- ,
    H. C. STANFORD COMPANY Get a 50c bottle at the Kissimmee of'the Company.To fey Sash dlnoharg-e aa Administrator of the Tl
    z. liana such stock bonds, debenture and estate of T!mple A Minx deceased; and that at ;
    under'the :
    .. Drug' Co. guarantee that if it olberobl1..tlOJIa. and to make such luvesl- the same U aa will preaent my final accounts 2.&Oto3.6Operday.

    .c Kssj jmee, Florida doesn't, satisfy you that it is a perfect aa meals may; nurchaaea be In accordance and disposition with law and of it deemedMilutblaand aet. their.. admlnlxrator approral.. of said wlate.' and ask for S Special by week or month, .- 2i

    ,. substitute, for calomel you get-Tour ; oonvuufeut. In the lulereeU of the. Dated Anal lat. A. D 1011 L W. TIIUIINAN-- 'I'' .I
    ; oompey.To. C. A. MINX, PIP .I POTEU. 4
    r* ; t money back. v purchase, and.other win acquire and bold M-lmo: ( mo Administrator.: +tti".I. .I t

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    .. . 'PROCEEDINGS ton- avenue, adopted July 6th, 19 1. btJ .\

    ;OF and tie same {js hereby',rescinded, 'ur.cn .


    al ,i ::THE 'CITY COUNCIL condition ting sold that avenue. the be fence removed'now Within obsttuo 60 :''S'O H Q O 'L SHOES: _

    days, 'provldina the recession of said
    : Now is the time. to "shoes school
    buy for
    ,- resolution be Without )udlc.'to therights wear,
    pr before the slaw are broken. W
    M..8R'EAKER'[ [ ; now hare or J
    ..Xtsmmee.'\ ,,Fla, Sept.. 'R,'1911., of the city," V a eomplete line ofWALTON'S V1I .

    The council met In' regular aesslon, Urj R D..Porter,chief of fire depart.. >l''

    . there)' being,present'',W.-B. Maklnson, ,went. rendered report relating,to work and

    -. .. president; J.,,' M.,Kuweit;'J. C.,, Moore; of .fire. companies, also-recommending :"RED ''GO SE"'
    '
    "'&. COMPANY: C..'Wi Dann H. M. Breaker, W. B, < that the council pass an ordinance toinake' SCHOOL SHOES

    Crawford. ,'cltZ.ttorneyr..JI J.P..: Gilbert t.a misdemeanor'for. anyone to Just received shipment" 6f Ladies' DRESS "
    ,
    . clerk.? *, : f tamper with the ,fire, ..equipment, pun 'I 'SLIPPERS Including French Kid, Silk. Satin
    ,
    .r ? ishable rl! and Patent Kid. See Windows i,
    The minute< of last'--'meeting were by good and i sufficient fine .. ;
    ; Upon motion -. We assure you-up-.to-date..rytc. >.. -'' I
    ]it
    read and approved. was ao ordered that report

    "Sell Homes'4BUYING. and. Report approved.of "officer, were examined. Report be accepted.received and from filed.Mr. Edward La t L.a'M ;iW, HIDDEN I :. & C':":,O._ '


    .Bills were approved and, ordered paid Lands! relating to work on septic tanks

    H aa follows : was read and ordered filed as Information r

    B O @tanlOrd.I..... u rairor... ." . ..1 80 ft / A : V .' ,
    R'A Baydcr; salary u marshal? ? .. MOO An ordinance tcSeonend an ordinanceto

    A HOME a AI jderi.ledln prUonen ...._... HO 00 regulate the speed and use of bicycles W. L. ".

    i a ASaTdar, cat M C and pound tea,. MHO approved January 5th, 1898, which m DDZOB
    .., :
    u.o Ftubcr,batanae 1&17"polio 16 00
    How about that little borne you've pictured ia mind so was read a first time at a regular adjourned -
    your D A Bu. glary a ....... WOO
    often? Cozy, comfortable,,. convenient to business, thoroughly mod I 8 Bobvnan..IBI7.1 \1'88aUl'er.., .. .'. lift 00 j meeting held Aug. 8th, A. D.,
    J.B. Gilbert' **Ury aa clerk ..:,._ .. U COt 2911, was again taken up and followIng 0gi1YI
    ern, well cared for and till within your- meant-a borne that yon cal B Gilbert ezproM, ,&a"' .... de.,2 60 amendment was offered by H. M.

    call your own aad care for with' a sense of security and enjoyment W B "' *\110&00. salary KI alderman. . 8 00 Breaker to be amended to read ""tile ,
    II U Uimfcei.&*lrr M *ld rm.n. ,. I 00 '
    that comes with the possession of realty. O,W Dana alary ai alderman'...S. ..... S 00 and cement walks." On motion byj Real EstateKiSSIMMEI

    Now is a food time to buy a borne ia Florida, before prices 7 C Moor.. .al.I'J'l u ldrmn. .. 300 W. Dann, Vote on amendment aa of- '

    J X Ilamtsllsalary u alderman, .. .. 100 fered, was, H. M. 'Breaker.. C. W. .r
    advance, as they are doing each month; purchase now and get the Van Anew .Criwford,.YO.. tofiept 1
    benefit of increasing values. Fraternity Hall rent '" . ... .., .. .. K CO Dann, nay; J. M. Hansen, yea; W. B,

    I Klu Telephone Co., phone rent.. ., ., I roaD Makinson, nay; J. O. Moore yea.
    Most people who bay realty make their selections after care farter pay roll lire company ... 28 00 Amendment carried. :. FLORIDA

    ful consideration of the offering that are presented to them through KUi :Y alley pajotta, pta ordlnancM, etc 6 .00Oaceola C. W. Dann then offered the follow- tIeIZBUtZ81

    reliable agents. We have a larger list to select from than can be Journal pig ordinance,.tc.. .. 67 2* ing amendment, which was lost for want THE WISE - -
    Joseph Bomb? Hdw Co.. sewer W[>... 12 60
    found in the city, and offer each-piece of property at the exact price Rom Grave,Yndne for ot:, ... ... 810OMeola of a second: In section 1, between the ONES KNOW

    Iliiw C!!... ttdM for olt'"r.MO"; -word "sidewalks" and "within" in the Our
    placed on it by the owner, thus insuring a square deal to every one of J J Daou. shop work:... . ... .. .. 8840 sixth line .of said section, insert the followIng parlor is the best, the'most. ,

    our clienns: : C W Dano, rad.e for olt,.., ... .. .. 221 words: ."On Broadway, 'Emmett up-to-date the most complete !
    Mach Bran teams for city .:. ... V 200 Pool
    Jesse Tlner. labor . .. ... .. .. 100 Main and Mabbette streets." I ParlorNo

    ... Dan McCalllitter witness feeJobuNVIiha.npooD.wlli.erii . ... ro On motion duly seconded, the ordinance I did-fashioned '
    (... 6 was placed upon its second reading tables, cues' V
    W A Joln.r, salary u 8apl. of E L plant 1U 00 arneudment offered by H. M. Breaker uptodate is the only word that sizesus BARBER SHOP x ,
    'T C!: Gardner, *. E L 75 00 and we'd like to have
    No 245-A choice residence located, No. 381-A 20-acre tract located on salary Engr. plant and passed. up you
    on Mabtalte street within three blocks marl road, two railed from depot onSt Henry Newton HI *. fireman E L plant 45 00 drop in and confirm for yourself. .
    . . A resolution ordering sidewalks putdown Gold Drinks &
    lineman fO ,
    of pOBtofllce; house contains 6 rooms, Cloud road Property has good Charlie Cain salary s 117 Popular prices. ''Cl2arsKIStnfI11eC
    plastered and hard oil finish, electric house three-acre orange grove Inbeal'lnll. fouler Newton labor at K L P. . 2 (10 on certain streets was introducedby I
    i
    will from Chap Newton, labor At K L P. .. "Z 00 H. M. which '
    lights, modern plumbing two porches, This grove yield Breaker was read, FfaV
    120x150 six- 1000 to 1200 boxes of each E'lwd Newton, labor at K L P .. 1. ., 4 00 H. E. BRYAN ,
    lot oranges
    good well, on corner to and after, much discussion, on motion ,-r .
    sidewalk Sufficient land cleared and In R L Koherti- labor at B L P 4 00
    teen footalley. New cement year.
    cultivation to Increase to twelveor J K OI\.rt..1\l M E I. and watercol'6'r. AC 00 action on same was deferred for further
    Possession (given In 30 days Property grove
    renting excellent 'tenant for $'J::> fifteen acres, and nt same time can J L Buckle., sue an Itneroan . 45 00 conside.la tion.I y I
    be yielding garden truck desired. Mach Broil., wood ticket .. 110 47 An ordinance amending sections 1 2
    per month. Very 1 liberal\ terms are an / .. .
    offered OD this. proposition. Let uu If In search of property that will bring M B Carson ". .. J9S 75 I, and 4 of an ordinance entitled, "An ordinance

    how you the proj>ortv.tTb. results this fall, and at all times while R B Floyd. ''" .. .. . 187 0f.4 I to prevent fire, and to designate The RULL .
    exte.pdlDii.aew JU'Qye..J.iue.8t1lla this\ I. R N nau..n. 26 BASS MARKET. ,k
    --- '
    221 Tills U one of the Tian'dsom-. This. property Is convenient to town, G H Harvey, drayaKe I M fire limits: ; arid lo' regulate'am T -

    (est homes close to tbo lake house is has marled road on one sid!! one end. Dan McCalMateJ. dra\age 141 control the erection of repair and addition lI 10

    new containing six rooms, plastered, Our price and full particulars to interested Oo. SeeHlonh drayatfe 4 I* I to buildings within the fire limits Bearden. Building One Block from Depot
    throughout, hard oil finish electric partiesNo. J J Dann, shop work . 3 00
    lights and bath, nice shrubbery in Kim I.umlMT Co lumberKloctilc 0 26 of the town of Kissimmee City," approved e

    yard Just the place for anyone desiring 2 7-Here we have one of the app i lance Co.:, mtMeriKlon.lH 101 iIIJ February 11th, A..D. 1902 was Fresh Florida of all kinds. ,

    a quiet cosy home where they nicest small residence propositions inKliisimmee Klrctrlfi: ('0., mdao K I, P . H IU I introduced and read a first time, fur- and Western EATS V'V';'', r
    can (get the benefit of tlm breeze from located within throe blocksof Onceola: 11.Iw Co.. ode K L 1' :81 "N JIt ., +
    I ther action l .
    on same being deferred until :
    the lake almost every., day In the year. court house. House has live rooms, W II Patrick, agt frotght on marl ele10\ 40 ---- "
    Fine view of lake from front veranda. three of which are plastered, two celled I Z Roberm'iA onlem paid' tr.*it work Pal 110 ] next regular meeting. POULTRY EGGS FRESH FISH .
    This property is offered/ bv the owner ; two lii-p places, two porches. Lot L II liiKrain. trnnil for street work U (H An ordinance authorizing the Council' :.h 7.

    for a short time; we will Introduce customers xl47i, with twelve bearing' orange W H Patrick 1111.l freight on water pipe !>7 \12 to condemn lands and their appurtenances Special Attention to Phone Orders and Free I .. V4d
    to owner and let them deal I trees and shrubbery. This is a splendid K M Johnnon. sal\ *' Bupt of water i>lanl !>() 00
    direct. proposition and can be had for Win 1,11 I, <, sal ... fireman . Ki U.X for public purposes, and to acquire Delivery to any part of the City. 1'llone.f 89
    $lf50: on very favorable terms. Berry Padtett, bal lal .. : > 00 same by the city of Kissimmee under .
    ) ,
    t COLONIZATION LAND American Cant Iron I'lpe Co. water pipe 20& 28 the power of eminent domain was introduced ....
    -
    TNo. 400- This U a tract of .8,000 No 410-Truck and citrus fruit land Columbian Iron Wkt, h,dran a,TalTe*, and placed upon its flret reading .
    combined.: This tract consists of 30.acres ::! J ,
    acres timber land..l'1I located fort et, .... ,. .. 6110
    of the 'very best hammock and and by unanimous consent was .
    sub-division and colonization! pur- OHceoIa lldw Co. laying water I'loe HIM .fr
    rpqMs.!- It borders on three lakes 30 acres muck and prairie land, all .. .. .. spa, 811 08HOO I placed upon its second reading and unanimously C. A. CARSON, President n. C. BRYAN, SKCBBTABT

    ly r Railroad within three miles of tract. unl..rlood hoir-proof wire fence; just T VV Kllla part on septic tank 00 passed.
    Will cut 2r 00 to 30OO feef of I lumber to outside city I limits, with a commodious I Z Koberaon,order paid septic l.aoka1711 2D There being no further business, the
    This will bring splendid returns nine-room residence on the property; .. . .. .. The
    , the acre. ; Goo F 8e..lon.: drayage 4 10 Council to meet in Waters & Carson r
    adjourned
    floe well of artesian water. It is con- adjourned ; '
    to owner if sold In small)) tracts. Lee Mel rod, wl aa aravenxerRa'fe ..... 00 00 "
    f ceded b all that irammock land fs un session Wednesday Sept. 6th 1911 at
    ) ,
    Our fO.60 ..
    ", price per acre. McLaughlin! sal :. .vootrer. 00 00 .
    questionably the best adapted for I I
    7:30: p. m. for purpose of reyiewing and I
    t. No. 31)1) -An attractive home In1 Pine- growing citrus fruits. Fine grove ad Following is a true and correct report '
    i", dale. This property Is just outside joining: th's land. This U the logical. from treasurer for month of August, A. equalizing tax roll for taxes of 1911. Grocery Company: ; .
    City limits, oo hUh ground. House> body of land for the successful growing -. r W.. B. MAKINSON iTesident

    ,. If'two.story and contains eight rooms, of oranges, grapefruit every kind D.. 1911. J. R. GILBERT'Clerk. .
    all plastered and hard oil finish, two of vegetable and. poultry The pro. OfcNCRAL: rend.Tobalanc. ; ,, '\ f porches fine well and large barn posed eleotrlo line passes one quarter from last raportL..1.0 !2l61 f Wholesale and Retail Dealers in-. ,
    <.This. house i is located .on a 1Ive..cre'tract i mile of the properly, and Is on line of To amt reed from But Bank.:;t"i':!,,.;,.?V. dll \I 1 FOWLER: PARK V 'j .1:. \ i
    with beautiful view of the city railroad from this city -to St. Cloud. To arirt reed front rourthal..:'-*j i ...+.. 10860' "* ?.' ;!VVcV; \, ";: '\ :
    received/torn Tax Cot.. ..... .. 4000 ) ,
    t add lake. Land Is adopted to citrus Full Information to Interested parties To and QR.OC R'IES" ,
    fruits and trucking. This property can To amt roo'" from Clerk .. .. 7 en Local Happenings Interestingly Told .
    be had for II3W: : on very favorable, No. 430-Four-room new bungalow
    A terns Will introduce customer to, located on a lot 14.7Jx2U. feet twenty- Total HIM! 76 4
    by Correspondent
    owner and let them deal l direct. eight orange, three grapefruit and one Ily paid warrants "il 90 Our
    tangerine tree In bearing. Lot has Everybody still busy in the Park.
    balance . . (170 60t
    No 304-1I1Ipro\'ed farm, located: on i streets on three sides, plenty! room for
    three houses be built lot STBKKT FUND. Mrs. Joe McAdoo of Kiowa, ICans., WE SELL WE. BUY
    best road in Osceola county, li miles i more to on
    from depot. 10 acres fenced and in i all of which can be rented to good To balance from "fast report VV l&'i 7U accompanied by her- three youngest i

    high state of cultivation! ; best trucking; advantage Price 1000.( terms 01. half. To unit from.' Slate.... Hunk.. ... . 248 111To" \ sons, ar.ived Friday morning. The'Ddore HAY
    land in this section. Has good well)), if desired. am ooiao is happy now since mother is at HIDES-
    3-room cluage! stable, wagon shed and To amount from Tax Collector- on '
    Beautiful lake front lot consisting To amount from Clark .VV, 20f H8' h lne. GRAIN
    poultry house. All ready for purchaaj FURS
    of half located In' the best The Mieses McAdoo their!
    er to begin work without any delay or a block are visiting
    !.*T of clearing land and walling neighborhood In the city. will sell Total 570)51 aunt Mrs. Joe McAdoo at heold] Bas FERTILIZERS
    ,
    expense will it By paid warrant .. . .. .. . :Ufrl 03 WOOL "'
    toimprove before being able to produce only to pa"ty who improve to home this week.
    This land is adaptedto I correspond with surrounding proper- SHINGLES
    any crops. To bal.uoll. 8 416( HMI
    growing all kinds of citrus fruits; ty. Full< particulars and price to Interested Mr. Price was a caller at Smith Dorian AND ,

    grove can be started! to good advantage party. To balance from laat SCHOOI report.FUND .. .. 27J 97 I Point Sunday afternoon. ORANGE BOXES -r F

    while land is being farmed. Price We are offering some very desirable To amount from Tax Collector SI) (00) Several land prospectors were lookingover ORANGE WRAPS ALL

    $1050. Terms on part if desired resident lots, located three blocks from To amount from clerk .. ... & 74 the Park this week.
    t
    No. 291-Three choice resident lots the Court House, on nice high eleva- Total .. ... .. .. .. .,'. .. 8J9 7t Kissimmee Park people are not the VEGETABLECRATESCRATE COUNTRYPRODUCE r
    fronting on marled street in southern: tlon. for $2(10( -for Inside and $250 for By paid warranU .. .. . ,. ., UI 20 only ones interested in the regularity .. -, ,
    corner lots. Alley In rear of all these
    NAILS .
    portion of city, elegant view of lake; lots. Cash or short time. Lotus show To balance . . . ,.. I 1'JO:! 61 of our boats getting into and out of I
    where net the benefit of the
    you can :
    continually. ; you tnese lots. ELECTRIC LJOHT FUND. town. Even the high school children on
    cool breezes that blow almost
    " To balance from lat report ... . ... 647 48 the east side will welcome Jim
    Capt.
    Good healthv locality ferlleIIOU : i No. 432-New bungalow consisting
    and !good street-all that makes i of four large and two shed rooms, on To amt from State Bank . .1 ..... .. 42811 21 Davis back on our lake. We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. '
    em
    : K )
    To amount from E. L. Collector. 'j
    life worth living IK found In this section lot 147x147 feet, well 107 feet deep 20 of
    Many our neighbors are (putting We attention to' fitting out hunting and camping
    give special
    of the city. Will sell these lots i young fruit trees and shade
    young Total . .. . .. ..(5589 40 fall
    out their gardens while others
    singly or if desire will sell the trees set In front of lot. This are
    you prop- parties..
    three which will make one large lot e -ty i it near to the lake and is a de- By paid warrant. . ,, .....-4 PhoneNo.12..r
    147xl40} feet. Price $500. huh(
    &JU and just the place for a nice quiet SANITARY FUND. Some are still building homes and We are county agents for good fertttiz3r8.x) Ask! us for circular a
    No. Fine garden and poultry hniiifwhere, you secure the breeze from To balance from last report. . . 45 4 4 .4
    proposition. This place contains two the almost continuously. Price $1300, amt from Slate Bank . vTo . 4,45(0 baans. The hammer and"] aw can be and prices on fertilizers. .

    4 acres, new n-room house with porches tei in* on half desired. To amouift from Marshal .. .. IKI 00 heard evety day. ._'. ,
    front and one side; line artesian well Amount from Tax Collector . 30 (00 Work is progressing nicely on IraMarks' -... r [
    --"-- ----------
    'Kb pump on porch. Choice location No. 22U-A very desirable' 4-room :To amount from Clerk .. ...:. S i 74 house. .
    orsmall truck or poultry farm. The cottage, located within one block of new F.W
    land is subdivided into lots and la Osceola County court house in best Total .. .... . .. ... 61i1 U Mr. Sweijtert's new two story house ;

    worth the price asked without any Im- residence section of city. House Is By paid warrant ...... .. ,.. fiIOOC; is nearing completion.: His garden is twfl

    provements. We are offering this new, celled throughout; good well off To balance .. .. ..,. > !M 18 one of the best on the east side.
    property for Jl'.MO: terms on part ( water on adjoining lot which purchasercan Osceola Lumber
    i desired. The town Is growing in this have access to for water supply WATKB AND tEWXB POND Mr. Beal Was -discue.ing farm topics '
    4 direction and property will enhance In Lot 73x1471: feet. Price 91,1.00. Let us balance from last reporL.$1021' 84 with Mr. Fowler at Smith Dorian Point I firthi

    value very rapidly. show this cotlall'e.I To amount from water oolleotor . .... 1IW77 Monday.
    To amount from K 8 johnnon aupt. .. JOB 60
    To amount-from State. llank ...,: ... '11000 the energetic Mr. Price and his crew -Company- e
    have the old bridge that :
    Total. . ... 2'lr.II moved was
    I Write or Call on Us By paid Warrantl. .. ..... I 1.\00 61 south of Reeds to a quarter of a mile r
    of where it makinga V-----DBALBR5 .--. .
    east formerly was, IN- -- Vk{
    Tobal.ne.on handUIUMNO ... ....... ..168844
    good road crossing the valley once .V
    FUMD.
    ty To balaaoe from last report ., .. .".. ..,$ 60 20 more. Now, if our county commissioners Rough and Dressed Lumber

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    To balance from but report . . t 218 It whole of ......
    Fowler
    of the railroad, the ..
    i.. J. Z. ROBERSON Treasurer. Park would rise and give them
    H. M. BREAKER & CO.i I thanks. up . WINDOWS, DOORS

    ,
    Mr- Crown, representing the A. C. .Mr. and Mrs. ,Schreiber were callers SHINGLES,.LA TII. BRICK, LIME

    at. the Bungalow Sunday. .((14 r? VV'
    L. Ry., met with the Council asking !

    :; Over Osceola Pharmacy :IT- that Council rescind order'to open Darlington CORRESPONDENT. NOVeL.TVNORK.S:: "" , '

    - avenue, as contained In resolu- ."

    tf l tion adopted July 5. 1911. After- duly Florida Maps. j. V

    KISSIMMEE .:. : FLORIDA considering Mr. Crown'a'reque t. the ''Upon receipt of 25 cents sit the Valley GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL

    ; following resolution Was hitroduced and Gazette office a pocket map of Florida .
    , will be- mailed to address In. the .: 1
    unanimously. (by roD call). any JIt. JIt Free ; to All PartsQf City e't .
    ,. "ResolvedoThattiS. .e.olutlohorder- United States. We 'can alsofurnishmaps' Delivery f
    I .
    ; of Osceola county at 91 each and
    ., .
    . .... Ing th.A'tJlIDtioCoast',LIn.t 5 Railroad will be glad to estimate oh sectional maps .

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    :I the e"l Kis lee: :Valley (GazeR RESOLUTIONS() RETAIL' M0CHANTS' Sf tto.lJn *Willie,Mr. JT.&,Goodrich.H.'Cellar ii now"ep'clerking: .'for, Tuesdayfrom Mr." T. S. Curry'and Peekskill.. wife N.; .Y.returned Harm on*;, .' ""I f 1

    I
    in the North,, they "
    .I ; _.-:. A ..pent all'Bummer 4,

    'W. B. HARRIS Editor aa4 .prop'* On the Death of' Brother Alfred Of Jacksonville Have Organized a t i .'E.y.Booth, our local ticket agent, came home 'to enjoy, the.fine climate we. :

    '. S." J, TRIPLETT, AaaooUte Editor, Extension : _, has moved from O. J. Tomlinson'i resi"dence have here.: '-*" .* &< v'
    ** Donegan.., Trade Association. -
    ,. %, c Items on Florida avenue,'' just aCl"Oll8the
    of ;
    FRIDAY.Office "': Interest furnished' by Our
    PUBLISHED BVIRT
    ;r FRIENDSHIP LODGE NO.. 10,' K. OF,P,. Jacksonville;. Fla.-The merchants street Into his own portable' ,house. The sliver medal contest was, held In''

    $ ,'1b'' in :Valley.OSCBOLA Gazette UNTT.'Buildl'iKJ8811f1fEII. FLA.! '.4 : 'Whereas; it has pleased Almighty of the small towns of Florida ,are expressingtheir Regular Correspondent in'the: .0'.' _, the G, A. Bt'hall: on ue d 1.nl&bt. before

    God"In'J his, Infinite wisdom and goodness satisfaction with the Wonder Uty. ..Mrs.. Belle Whfdden died on the afternoon a"house. that was crowded to the

    if ' 'SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Mi to call to eternal re tour beloved brother; work/,'of.the Jacksonville Trade Extension _. ... of'September llth: She' waa the' doors. Owing to the illnesf of tome of

    . On.08eeopr.a"euor.'ors _ea.thaol,.;.:......i,.,...."...".. ..., .,,,...110 tAll AJtred Donegan who departed this liteSeptember.3rd. \ Association, the new' organizationof Mayor H, C,'.Stanford of Klssimmee, wife of ''J. 'E. Whidden, mail carrier the members,'the gold medal waa''-riot

    I , ..' 1911'at the home of his retail merchants of this city who pay for some time between Klssimmec and contested for. The .recitations were ?
    business r
    n was a Visitor :
    ,# ammanloatioM, ." ;
    i'Mi.c'Dena
    :r."! Iswa aornspa.dmb.must b* signed br the wrltwB brother,. Hon Arthur E. Donegan','KIsimmee railroad fare of persons coming here to. --,--. Whittteiv, The' body; was taken to numerous and well rendered.

    4 Ii i .J.etad. matter will not b. __mad* untosallxtfar. . FIB.Brother ,buy according to a graduated scale Mr. George JNichols of Kissimmee Whittier for burial. Deceased had Dalton was declared the winner

    , ', t r . . _. . ;, Donegan was born In Dublin! The Association, in' all its literature made a call bn the people of. UJ'e'' Won- been. .'sick\, for the past several weeks.. of the silver medal, at which announcement \ .
    nt.rd.tth.Pa.Waata KlnrimmM." Fta. - -
    as.ond-cla.. null matter. .._ __ Ireland Februar 29th 1872 and' removed and"dvertieing, States most emphatically der City Monday.. there was much applause. ., '
    ,
    :r to Kissimmee Fla., where he that It Is making no fight againstthe Mr. A. V. Ditzell df St. Louis, Mo., -
    Friday September 15,1911: merchants of the small The He had misfortune wail held on Wednes* 4
    resided until the time of his death. towns. Mrs. Dr. Ludw.lg Eulepfeld is quite I I I arrived on Monday. the The Ohio rofeeting 1r
    .
    I 'l' He was of a happy disposition and Floridians are urged to buy everything ill at her home on Florida avenue. Her to lose his wife recently. day at. the G. A. R. Hall. Mr G. W., it ..

    'r.: ta-: A chemical fire engine is now |In urn. even though while suffering from a fatal they can at home and when the home many friends wish for he* a speedy I I I I Penn presided. All reported having a r"

    1 <,\. ,,1'' at Kissimmee and la expected to reducethe disease, his pleasant smile,, genial dealer hasn't what they'want to come covery. | re-I I i Mr. A. A. Kent and w'e returned to most enjoyable time, and at dinner enjoyed ,;' ',

    "'' .. fire insurance rates. -Fort My en 9 disposition and words of cheer made to this' city and get it, instead of sending I j. St. Cloud Thursday. They are having a basket picnic in which everybody .,

    { Press.: light the hearts of man "others. He their good money to some Northern i Messrs. Wilson and Hansel! of Kis a handsome house built on'th.. corner participated. The time passed gill!

    I M' was also] charitable, many a poor man catalogue house thereby losing that simmee, took two auto! load. to Whittier of Ninth street and Dakota avenue. pleasantly. with songs, music and -reci > .

    1,: Kissimmee's valuation has reachedthe I being made to feel the benefits of his money to Florida- forever. "Sunday, stopping at St. Cloud en I tations. The next mpnthly meeting ;,,

    ',I million dollar mark and Brers Mar- generosity.In Accordingly, the merchants over the route. Several people went from her ;' H! The Ladles Aid society of the M. E. will be. held Wednesday, October 11th. .'L\

    rU and Triplett, of the Gazette are al his loss the order of Knights of state generally have come to realize some of them being prospective purchasers :- church held a social gathering: at the G. I These social reunions are always looked .4'-'
    '
    most beside themselves. -Orlando Re- Pythias, based as it is on Friendship, that it is to their interest to co-operate, j I(| A. R. hall on Monday. All present had I forward to with much pleasure.: Yf
    time.
    most
    a enjoyable
    porter-Star. and Benevolence has lost with the Jacksonville Trade extension!
    ; 1 Charity one
    i d"T: of its truest and staunchest supporters, Association in the great work of break- Mr. Wm. L. Bartlett returned*from | Mr. R. G, Wedrig went' to Kissim- .,
    New Plymouth, Ohio, last week and is I The Ladies Relief corps gave a dinner to meet bis wife Mrs.
    a yesterday
    11 Kissimmee will occupy space in the one who not only talked its principles!, I ing up the habit, "BO common in many I roee
    Del Commercial Congress building at Washington but lived them.Therefore parts of the state, of patronizing the at his old home corner Sixteenth street ( on Friday at the G. A. R. hall. There I Mary Wedrig who for the past two :

    New York and and Ohio avenue. I was a large attendance, the band played I months has been visiting relatives at
    I" J D. C., and have a fine display be it Resolved, That as a Chicago Philadelphiamail :. I
    d ) there tor the next two years paying$30 small token of esteem and high respect order concerns, -- selections J of choice music and those Ellicottville, N. Y. On her return she ;' ,

    j per month. Could Sanford spend this m which he was held by his brothers, Mr. R. W. ,Lillard, manager of the Mr. M.: W Lawton has moved to I I present enjoyed themselves thorough). stopped at, his sister's, Mrs. J. B. Heath,.
    where Bordner's 5c and lOc store was It was a great success, the. ladies clear Y. and after ,
    N. Visiting
    amount of money more advantageously that a copy of the above be spread upon Association, said of this, ,'We are 'I Jamestown, 'I

    I :, I ?-Sanford Herald. the minutes of this lodge, a copy sent greatly pleased that the dealers of the for and the will past year line on New of York avenue, ing $40. the encampment at Rochester, with '
    a groceries.
    carry 1
    state have so readily understood our other relatives, returned home,andwas
    to his family and furnished the
    copy .The Epworth League met at Miss
    I A splendid non-perishable exhibit 'for position and we hope to continue to overjoyed at getting i back again. '
    local) for publication.C. ;
    < papers Mr. J. I. Cummings has received' a Mary Saunders' on Tuesday evening. 4< r
    ; Florida is being planned the exhibit L. have their friendship and aid in this .1 .
    .
    Bandy, Stanley Steamer automobile. It was After the business session, they had a
    hall of the Southern Commercial Congress : very important work of 'keeping Flor- Clean Your Premises.To .
    ? A. S.
    Gilbert
    Y'r. shipped from Kalamazoo, Mich., to Kis- a social time, which was enjoyed by all I,
    Four booths have
    in
    Washington. ida in Florida.
    S. L. Lupfer. money simmee. Mr. Cummings went over and present. Ice cream, cake and lemon- 1 the Householders of Kissimmee: '
    .
    this and Jacksonville "
    been assigned to state ,
    ran the auto back. ade were served. You are requested to at once thor-
    \ .t and Kissimmee have already NO. That Shaker Colony Case.In j l
    , J BLOSSOM LODGE, 80, F A A. M. i oughly clean your premises of all truh- 1
    > ; i
    of these.Gsinesville Sun.
    taken two
    ; r -, -,---.--. -- Whereas, It has pleased the Supreme a North Georgia county three or Robert A. Shearer ana wife, from Mr B. E. Gessford, -after being at'' and rubbish of every character and put if
    :
    -- four tornado :
    Architect of the Universe to call from years ago, during a. a Louis. Iowavare making their home at Monticello, 111., for the past six months, same in a convenient place where the Ii
    land man, buy land and house blown and the motherof '
    Buy was over
    r young labor to refreshment our beloved brother, the corner of Virginia avenue and Elev- returned Friday and is at his father's scavengers: can. get it for hauling to 'r;,
    go to farming. There's too blamed the family, a'widow with live children -
    i 4 Alfred] Dotvegan who departed( tnis life enth street. They are well pleased home on Illinois avenue. I dump yard. The city marshal has been. I .

    many "business, "professors" and at the home of his brother, Hon. Arthur to support was pinned down under with St. Cloud and surrounding coun- ,ordered to make an inspection of all t

    J "sports" and "experts" and entlemen" E. Donegan, on Sunday; the third day the heavy tI'llbers. It was a long dis- try. Mrs. Charles Miler: and L. H. Ingram j premises, to the end that our city will c
    ti and "advisers" and "able critics"and tance to the nearest neighbors and to !
    of September, 1911, at Kissimmee, Fla. of Kissimmee, were in town on Mon- be put in a thoroughly: sanitary condition f
    elf real meddlers after other peoples'business make the horror fire broke out "
    worse Mrs. L. J. Hines will .
    In the death of Brother Donegan his open a restau- day. i J. C. MOORE, M
    without Get you' strip in the fallen house and madeits ---:.- i
    you. family and friends have sustained a way rant on Eleventh street, between New Chairman Sanitary Committee. :

    of land, buy or rent shuck off your great and irreparable loss, his lodge and toward the helpless woman. The chil- York and Pennsylvania avenues, on James J. O'connor, who for the past !

    '-- time-price clothes, fine .!shoes and tone Order true brother, and one who dren tugged and pulled at the timbers Monday. She will also conduct a deli several months has been manager ofI I A Card of Thanks. ,:I:

    ; steam laundry shirt and collar and put but were powerless to help their mother, catessen counter. the composing room at the Tribune ...
    ky in the councils of the order was always Orlando !"'Ia.. Sept. 5, 1911. .. ;:
    on honest work clothes and go to work, when the eldest of the crowd, a girl of fice, was called to Lynn Haven of-1
    r conspicuous in his adherence to the !c
    We take this method of extending ourthanks
    you rabbit-eared idiot.-Clinton (S. C.) seventeen, rushed to the wood pile, Mr. E. P. Jones has opened a small day evening to take charge of the
    that all acts of the order 19
    right, might to the dear friends who so
    Gazette. snatched up an axe and with her mother store on Pennsylvania avenue, where he work there, on the Lynn Haven Tri- many
    be the of1 virtue and S
    on square uprightness assisted us during the illess and ,
    bravely directing her, cut off the wman's will carry a full line of notionsitoilet bune. kindly ''!I
    : ; and now that his spirit has gone death of our beloved son and brother,. 'I,;.
    The Pensacola Evening News, in i
    . leg freeing her just as the flames articles, etc.Messrs. I '
    out on that plain from whose bourne nv Charles. God bless them all is the i='"
    7 i J speaking of the nomination by the Valley reached the place. Yes, the girl went Miss Marguerite McGill, who has May i

    it y Gazette of the Hon. Frank L. Mayes traveler returns, to be ever present,insane' from the terrible nervous shock Olive and Harry Rothrock, been one of the leading members on the I sincere wish of

    1 e" for the position congressman-at-large, with Him who gave' it. and the mother died of blood poisoning, and Mr. Bowe, arrived Tuesday from staff of the Tribune office for the past MR. AND MRS. J.. STRICKLAND ,VIAND
    1 Resolved, That his lodge has lost a ::;
    yj has the following to say: "Hjn.( Frank \but the heroism was not lessened by West Salem, 111., and are stopping at year, started Thursday for Valparaiso, FAMILY.
    true and faithful brother, the order a : .
    L. Mayes, of Pensacola, has been nominated the way it turned out. Mr. W. P. Rothrock's on Pennsylvaniaavenue. Ind., to take a course in a business col. Old newspapers for sale at this office
    4 member his wife and family true '
    '. .r with a plethora of complimentary loyal a A few days ago in the Shaker colonynear lege there. I 20 cents a hundred 1
    husband and brother therefore
    we extend -
    F ; effusio s,"by some of the state papers Kissimmee, an aged 'woman fay in ,
    our heartfelt sympathy to them in the last of tuberculosis. Her --
    y but Whether or not he will consent agony ,
    1'' their great sorrow, and assure them Buffering: was terrible and piteously she .
    to enter the race remains to be seen.
    ,
    that the Great Comforter in t>re Ttrne begged: those attending her to give heran "
    li.
    n .I He,-'In our opinion, would be the strongest opiate and let her die in peace. .Another .q
    4 of distress will give them in thiii
    grace
    Sk '. of the three thus far mentioned. woman, seventy-eight years pld .
    hour Of tribulation, With the assurance and a man nearly as old talked the matter .
    '_ He is not allied 'with any particular faction :- '
    ' of> a happy re-union with him in that- over and decided that it was the LOT S
    ., -and, as'a member of the Govern-
    last Great Day within the gates of par- Kindest thing that they could do. The .
    .. t or's-staff, a prominent, public-spirited adise. chloroform was given and the woman,
    citizen and long-time editor, is probably n ver woke up. A few hours after she 1
    better known throughout the state than Resolved Further, That a copy of wKs buried, the county..authorities arrested .. ," have been surveyed and Streets and

    ;' t ' the others." these resolutions be given to the family the two "poisoners'"pn a'chargeof Avenues laid out inWilliams' ij1'
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    pt r : >our brother and be spread upon the murder and inasmuch as they 'both '. <'\ .. !.
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    Y Rt minutes of the and frankly stated the circumstances, its' .. :' .j., ."
    I am the Printing Press.1 . lodge, a copy furnished probable, that they will be given the I '
    / 'the local press for publication punishment accorded murderers under til .a:
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    am the printing press, born of* the .- *' .f Cl: L Bandy the'Florida laws.. ,, v1 r .*4i: I .S U b- D'A, ; i

    I" mother earth. My heart is of steel, C W. Dann The two cases given'are in many' .

    t .; my limbs tore of iron and my fingers: : F. C. Bryan. Ways instance-similar there, although was no intention in the former on the C< ..j

    r are'of brass.' part of the girl to hasten her mother's to j
    : I sing the songs of the! world, the PYTHIAN SISTERS. death. Both actions were instigated

    ', ;t' oratorios of history, the symphonies off Whereas, our Maker has called to an however by a wish to save some one .
    P. .
    f .I-! all time. eternal rest the spirit of the brother ofour suffering.In
    r :\ the Kissimmee case, however is
    : 1 am the voice of today, the herald beloved member, Elizabeth Done- the problem of precedent, if the WHITTIERand

    h ,.; i of tomorrow. I weave into .the warp gan: we, the members of Kisslpimee "poisoners" are not dealt with severe- I

    lp t'':, of the past the woof of the future' I Temple, No. 21, do hereby offer the following ly, isn't there ?

    -; f-. tell the stories of peace and war alike. resolutions: Had the "criminals" becoming wearyof
    watching: the woman's sufferings
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    + / I make the human heart beat with First That extend sincerest
    1 we our stayed away from her as much as pos-
    f passion of tenderness. I stir the pulse sympathy to our sister in her bereavement sible and permitted her to go through are offered for sale to the

    t ..' of nations, and make brave men do and point her to the Great Comforter additional agony from neglect in the public at from
    eyes of man s law no Criminal prose- ...
    ( braver deeds and soldiers die.
    who is ever ready to have "our ...
    r 11 cution could have been made, couldit '
    ;" I inspire the midnight toiler, weary burdens> cast upon him. ? Technically the deed was murder ,

    I"M ) at his loom to lift his head again and Second. That our sister has met with and most certainly the danger of not

    ". 1"..'.. gaze with fearlessness, into the vast a great loss which cannot be supplied dealing with 'the case summarily is very $25 to $35 per Lot 't N..
    r great. A human life has been taken
    beyond, seeking the consolation of
    a yet we would comfort her with\ the assurance and who but-an authorised sheriff dare

    .x <4'' hop eternal. of seeing him again in the home be entrusted with such a sacredsucha .

    Is. r, When I epeak'a myriad people listen over there, where he stands waiting to forbidden action ? t t:0

    .' 1:1: ; to':my voice. The Saxon, the Celt theft welcome her. When you go into the depths of it, it ____ ____ .
    rt Hun, the Slav, the Hindu all Third is a problem too intricate for the.most -#
    .' comprehend That a copy of these resolulons / of us, perhaps It is too intricate for all

    f Win i me. be sent to our sister, to the local of us, but the Florida statutes have Whittier will soon be in railroad connection with every part ..
    I am the tireless clarion of the been written to be enforced and Osce-
    news papers for publication, and that they be
    i United States and In time will
    ola will be watched critical of the a short become one of the ;j
    I I county with
    ; cry joys and
    $ your sorrows every spread upon the minutes of our temple.
    ; nl* hour I fill the dullard's' mind with eyes as she handles this case which it most important towns in South Florida, therefore lots at the' ;i
    Pearlie Bryan. the first one that we know of fn the above prices are only one-tenth of what they will bring twelve k1

    b thoughts uplifting. I am light knowledge ,Maria Cosner, annals of this state. Miami, Metropolis. months hence. l
    a' 8 J I the -- IPlrs.
    ; power. epitomize conquest Mayme Jeffords.
    E' ' .F of mind over matter. --- _. - N. C. Bryan Honored. Whittier has a telephone line. It has good roads for auto i"J

    "' 1 am the record of all things man- Meeting of W. C. T. U. Mrs.- H. W. Armstrong was the hostess -' travel at any time: Has three mails per week. Whittier is on

    kind has achieved. of the'centerland between St. Johns and Kissimmee rivers just
    My offspring a party yesterday afternoon lither 4
    The regular meeting at the W. C. T.
    twelve miles each One and one-half miles from Kissimmee !
    ; comes to you in the candle's glow, borne on East!: Second street com- way.
    : r amid the dim lamps of the U. was held last Friday afternoon at plimenting her home guests Mrs Jef Prairie, land of the Hunter }..and Qorjnpayv,! We have the -
    poverty, "I."
    the Chapter House. The members who fords and Miss Maria Armstrong and best land for trucking and farming in Florida. We have
    splendor of riches; at sunrise, at high Mrs. Bryan, who visiting her sister I
    have been absent oh is ,
    summer vacationsare stockraising
    "t' all the round. We in the
    and vegetables are center of
    4' year
    noon, and in the waning evening. Mrs. J. C. Massee. The house waa dec
    I am the laughter, and tears of the returning with renewed strength orated in golden, rod, and in the dining ; by the best and cheapest method on earth. We have a f''1

    3 l Fi i world;,, and I shall never die until all and zeal to take up the winter's work room a large cake, fashioned in the, school roll of eighty; two grocery stores; two hotels, open theyear I.I I.

    r ;, ) things return to the immutable dust. which as it is planned, will be more efficient shape of a horseshoe, with an'iced dec- round. Whittier: Is on the east boundary of Lake Marion, .!
    1 than in the past. All rejoiced to orationof morning glories and goldenrod
    3 + lam the print g press.-Robert H..Davl. made a much admired centerpiece.A I which extends westward connecting with: a chain of lakes to Kis- .

    .. \. see Mrs. McPhatter our faithful' recording feature of the afternoon's entertain- simmee river. Here is the hunting and fishing paradise. Whittier \''

    secretary, at her desk again. ment was a unique sewing contest. i has the best marl material for good streets and hard roads in. 4 t tI

    t Methodist Social. The president being still absent. Mrs. Each guest was given a yard of cheese I Florida. 'I\i\
    w ,!r 1 ( ./ cloth which she was to hem
    Tr" : Cochran presided. At the conclusionof required ''''
    fil/ ,f i Last'7IIIeWWaynight'at the home of the short business with her left hand. The prize a dust I Maps of this sub-division can be seen at W. G King's officein .1

    k Wl,.. ; Mr, and Mrs H. M. Pfann a large offered for meeting the earnest bag, waa given the successful contestant St. Cloud, Jenkins & Woodham's office in Kissimmee, or at'
    of
    .;f'\\'' ,''it'number of Methodists and friends met prayers the temperance were cause in Maine.success This to"Mrs., Mrs.Bryan-Ellington while, the who booby presented'went to ... my residence in Whittier. .. 1'1"

    and spent a pleasant evening. Mrs E. F. Moore. Refreshments '
    was followed by a literary program in were -- : ,
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    .'ir The occasion being a social reception served at the close of the afternoon.
    charge of Mrs. Moon. Refreshments
    .. The guesHist numbered about fifteen._ 'i
    Methodists
    'by tb1 to the large number
    , were served by Mrs. Cahoon and Mrs. Chattanooga; (Tenn.) Times. The Mrs..
    .-1.j .,+.::of,those received into church this year, Brat ton. The meeting then adjourned Bryan spoken of above is Mrs. N. C. .

    t';,;; :,and to the friends of the church. to-meet again Friday Oct. 13th. Bryan of this city.] R. BASS
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    p ..: AJ-v.ry entertaining program of I

    ,' I music, ; prayer, recitations and speeches Notice. Teachers, Attention.A '

    ai f 1---: :4 ; was) Interestingly rendered, after which meeting of the faculty of Osceola W IMTTI E R FLORIDA.f. 1
    Notice is hereby that the
    . 3 delicate ,and appetizing refreshments given City High School'is hereby called to .take ,
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    , I" "' '' !! Council will'meet at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday place. in the principal's office tomorrow: ., ;1.
    :were,:served. Sept. 19th, 1911, to hear complaints (Saturday) morning at 9 o'clock, and ....
    t Each and 'all of those present had a .regarding the tax assessment-for tajt'e' "each teacher requested. to be. present ( ,

    pleasant and.'a:real social time, and are t''of 191L.. J. R. GILBERT promptly at that hour. ;l
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    :JUG Kissioimee Valleu J U Gazette Miss :Margaret _WinD entertained\ a,.. 'Mr.;and Mrs.>JokgH'' ncodt:, of'Boat- Mr,, 'aA.: ;! iJart wf, who has:; spent' ... <' ,.,

    number.of i her friends at a party on ;wick, arrived laat week for a visit with s everal! weeks I in this place ,:
    t -*> Yat prrorriNbd4' % Saturday ternoon. Cream and-- cake 1 t heir 'daughter "Mrs.:' "Roma Thomas. Misses Bessie and Mary Hod P"parinl'J J "
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    .. ,. I ,was.served. ;Mr. Hancock remained only a few days, teachers: examination which ,Is'to take

    Pth3L1SHED. EVERY FRIDAY" ". Little Miss Elisabeth Waring entertained ]while- M....' Hancock. stayed until Tues place in Kissimmee left; hen on Satur- J-ISSIIIJJIEE.- .l,

    day. day.or.that :followed this ) .- BJIPJIsr 'UJlICJf;
    -BT- a large) number of her friends oa inK By the PI.cei morn, ,

    1 7 W. BrWeather MAFRR16tV !! ,Wednesday afternoon in,.honor of" her Do not forget to attend the'meeting Bryant.-Fort ladies Christmas and their, Notes brother ,,
    sixth birthday; at the court house afternoon in
    : Monday '
    South Florida Contending for '
    Sentlasl.. "cwnMtur the faith whirl .
    : 'at 230.: It will require quick and fan' (or.U 3gUOF'nOKRS. . .ID.---III4.I.. war.sun. r'w 1
    Mrs: M. J. Tedder left Sbnday morn .oto. : ,
    M certed action if wexpect to have a 'By reference to the columns of this ... '
    where she will
    : few weeks Kls.immeet with her dauJhter.-PJant spenda successful county" fair in Klssirnsnee this, Issue will be found the "Articles of Li, Of THUl'CHURCH r

    Report() City Courier ,,. winter., i corporation" ot the "JUidlam. &; Mar :.. BUNYAN STEPHENS Pastor, Y

    : Iw I Miss Fannie Lowe".of'Atlanta, Ga., Donough that CompanyThis, Is the. company . C. W. DANN. Clerk.' C. F..B.TAN. Treasurer. ,
    'Mrs. owns
    C. T.' Ansley returned to the cape Breeze. Kissimme's DEAcoNs-d A. Carson C, J. '
    who will have charge of the departmentof Woodall N. C. Bryan, .
    Following are the dally tem" city Monday from Daytona,' where she music in Osceola High school l handsome lake front addition and Jj, W. Wilder.' M.,Willson, Jr., Joe Jefford., M. '
    as has spent the put two months with relatives arrived the Incorporators are men thoroughly J. Hicks,,A,S. Gilbert . ,,..,, '<,jr,
    r peratureaend precipitation .. the term beginning Monday, has capable of "I : J. M. Haneeli_ W. H.Jonns < j
    carrying to .
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    and friends. a successful _
    con. I"
    reported by\ the Government. i in the city and is stopping'at the Cen. chasten any company they form project n ;.

    ,r station atKlsstaimea. for the Miss Louise Marquis; who has been tel] hotel. S, they undertake. ORDER OF"SERVlCE-.'-SEPT. 17 1911

    week ending Sept 1-4. 1911. spending some time here with her sis I 'Amor K'the'' ) of trav "
    K8 corps .
    v; ter., Mrs. Medd Reid,'' has- returned to salesmen who visited our city this weed Mr. J. L. Overstreet: tax assessor of MORNI G""l1OO'" : +, '

    tars Mm. BJUW her home at Bartow. was Mr. H. C. Henley who represents this county, 1.ln receipt of let\er from I Piano Prelude .

    r ; Friday., *. .... 947i . Mr. and Mrs. ;J. F. Brown, who hays a Alva prominent Williamson Cincinnati who house registered*,and from Mr. a Jn.Vn.Puthrie-W.? S.! ventreet, wherein- by'the the writer name "Holy, Holy, Holy? : ;' , '; m

    Saturday . .. SZ 72 ...20 Park the past two months at Green Portsmouth, Ohio. asks as to the merits of the lenders this Invocation -

    .. . N. C., returned to their home in section. It it needless to that 1 .. ,J' "
    Sunday.. :. 93 71 this say our i Hymn 17-"We're Marching to Zion" "
    city Monday night. }
    ati Miss Tiller entertained host of Mr Overstreet wrote : ,
    Mary Oklahoma's
    Mr
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    Monday . ... 95 72. . Scripture Lesson '"
    Overstreet -
    Miss Laura Thomas gave to her friends on. Tuesday night in honor that if he desired to live in t'
    a party
    tti Tuesday96 74 .26 Morrison who i. a land of Hymn 2 "The'' 'Solid Rock" .
    her numerous friends yesterdaaltery of George ot: Tampa, a peace, plenty and prosperity, .
    . 94 75 1.05 at the home of the hostess* to take the first train for '
    Wednesday. noon from to 6 at the home.of her uncle ' guest young : Kissimmee.:_ Prayer and Announcements
    "4. . . :92 72 . parent Sherbet and cake were se.rved 1 '* '
    Thursday Prof. R., M. Evans as refreshments.Mr. Mr. 'Carnngton Barre president of) Offertory 137-"AU HaD: .

    I'I I-. Mr. L. P. Motley of Brockton. Mass. Kissimmee Valley Land Co., came down Sermon by the Pastor '{,
    John Floyd, for many years a resident from,Jacksonville Invitation I. '
    a.traveling salesman who coven this ; last week to. look into 186-"Jesus, Calling"EVKNING i
    territory was in the city this week of this section but who now resides the business his company Is doing !ln 44 ,
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    """"' calling on his customers.Mr. In Macon, Ga., where he holds a the way of selling property in Kissim !: -7:80 .

    responsible position "with a' large.mercanti'e -, mee Park, and expressed himself to a ,> bong Servlee85"Joy.to-' t
    J. W. Seymour who has been establishment, is spending. a few' representative of this
    i iI paper as highly '
    : 'I THE LOCAL HELD. the guest of his daughter Mrs. W. B.Harris" days here with relatives. pleased at- the manner in which the the World" .

    i.i for the put month returned 'to Park is being settled up.with desirable -J"Grown: Him" .z a
    understood that .
    -.i his home at Ojus on Monday.The Stanford It is generally has Vetoed the bicycle Mayor ordi., states.citizens from northern and ,western 91-"Hark! the Herald. Angels; ))" ?

    I -....ww''''''' "%", belt get-ricb-quick scheme we nance passed at the regular meeting of 'e I I I Prayer t .

    .' ever heard of is a want ad in the Valley the eouncil, on the ground. that its provisions Rev. W. H. Funk of Kissimmee who Song 236-','How Firm a Foundation"' .
    f Mrs. Virgil John visited friends in Gazette. Big returns on the money were too sweeping, and would has preached in the church three Sun-1'I 1 Scripture Reading

    \i' Pintas tie last week.V invested are absolutely certain. \ work a hardship to riders. day nights In succession, preached 1 1 I Offertory 338-"1'11 Go" .

    v' r Osceola pharmacy the leading drugstore Mr. E. C. Rogers, on the staff of the Mr. and Mrs. E. Carroll of Kissim' drawn again attentive last .Tuesday audiences night.and He has Sermon '"
    Phone No. 8. 37tf mee are in the city and will remain until given us -
    Newspaper Enterprise Association of Invitation 233-"Blessed Be the
    very many things to think about His i 1 Fountain"w'
    Chicago was in the city Saturday.and Sunday. They are stopping with J. children, who have had I ,
    f" : Mr. Clark Driver paid a business visIt a cottage here .
    paid this office a fraternal call. M. Stewart and family North A street. through their vacation WAYS AND THE WAY
    I'
    to Barlow last week: lea.ve this week|
    V have friends in the who '
    They city .
    many twill o to their .
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    go several
    Work on the county road between be glad to see them.-Tampa Times. schools. They' ; "To every man there openeth ......
    have .
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    1.. For delivery for anything hi made many friends while I A
    prompt Whittier and Bassinger has ceased for here Way and Ways, and a Way.
    '" 'the drug line call No. a. 37tf of and and been a help in the Sunday school The High Soul climbs the "
    l ) the present, owing to continued rains, For the information parents and singing.-Pinecastle Lowy-; 7 :..-
    to state that Notes in South j And the Low Soul'gropes the
    'Ii R. J. Cunningham dentist office in but will be resumed again next week. children we are prepared Florida '
    HallTouilding. 31-tf the books to be used in Osceola High Sentinel.. And in between on the misty. !Late.. ,
    FR Fraternity Miss:Ruth ButlerT who has been visiting school the coming term have arrived, The rest drift to and fro ** '
    OJ relatives and i friends in Bartow Mr.. G. V. Berbout arrived in the city But to there
    Blue Ribbon ioe cream, best in.town. and will be ready for distribution among every man openeth'I
    .' 81-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. and Bradentown for the past three the pupils when school opens Monday. Monday from Pittsburg Pa., and was .. A High Way and a Low I
    ",4 r at. weeks, returned home on Tuesday.. followed on Tuesday by his sons. Lloyd And every man decldeth

    ;,,, Mr. Henry T. Bass sold two car loads The meeting at the court house next and Harry, with their families and 1 The Way his Soul shall go." 1. ..'
    ( ; of cattle to Orlando buyers this week. Senator and Mrs. C. A. Carson left Monday afternoon at 2:30 is for the household go ds. While here a few -Selected.
    for Jacksonville where the months Mr. Berbout
    Wednesday of definite ago purchased a
    making
    1'' f Osceola pharmacy, the only place,you senator will enter a sanitarium for the purpose for holding a county fair arrangements in Kissimmee tract of I land in Park Gardens on which b tI

    i' can secure Rexall remedies. We lead. purpose of undergoing an operation.The this coming witer. All those he had a house built and is here now F
    37tf for the purpose of installing his sons in
    who interested in the welfare of
    ,t'" City Council meets in adjourned are it and seeing them enter into the life of
    ,
    - :: Crushed flose Perfume, the finest session tonight,' when the question of their county should attend. j our trucking world.In Mr. Z. S. Miller of Lenoir N. C.. arrived A want ad. in the Valley; Gacetto always -,.",,:

    '. of.1 on this market. Kissimmee Drug Co.31tfOsceola extending the sidewalks in the city will Layman's meeting next Sunday after- i in th'J citJJast week, and will be brings results. w
    be presented and action taken thereon.Mr. the this issue will be found the "Arti- 7
    counted
    for East o'clock at Baptist church I cles of among our permanent citizensin .
    pharmacy agents noonb3 : Incorporation and Proposed .
    I is start kodaks and. supplies Phone No. 3" Phil J. Meyer of Kissimmee was led by rother Dr. Thomason." ': Charter of the United Land and Invest- the future. Mr. Miller Was here "
    37tf a prominent business visitor in the city Subject: "Th ChrietianLife. These ment Company" with E. Nelson Fell about a year ago and at that time ANNOUNCEMENTS
    if!;' last week. While here he registered at meetings 'are growing" tn attendanceand P. A. Vans Agnew and Arthul'-E.-Don.. bought a tract of land in. Kissimmee
    "'" Mr. H- Edmund Swabey was among the 'Hills House-Polk County Record. interest All men and boys cordially i egan as incdrporators. This Park: and-thf.-wek-added-s-m.gnift- ..
    \, the Kissimmeeltes who visited Orlando Invited to spend one short hour i in I i is organized for the company of cent orange grove to his holdings. Un. For-Cl rk Cfricuit-Cpurt.: .. _"......
    this week. Mr. A. W. Wilcox of Kissimmee these meetings. A. S. NELBON! Chmn. buying and selling real purpose mainly til a few weeks ago he was the owner At the urnnl olkHt.tlon of JD y Mende"througbeett
    estate
    and
    x de- county, t h_bT.naomte i
    transacted business in the for few my
    city a of the
    veloping telephone exchange at Lenoir self etndldaiii .
    property by drainage and.irrigation. a for Olcrk ol UM Circuit Court
    wt Miss Lena Harris paid a visit to her days last week. While here he registered Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Singletary who The incorporators and while he will enter largely into the in and< for Oxwol errant? at the nomine jprl- '
    ..:j; cousin. Miss Stella Harris, at Pinecas- at the Tillii House.-Polk County have spent the last! two months at Hen- the highest business are men of cultivation of citrus fruits and vegetables mar,. 'I wlnh to thank the people tor toMr,. , t4.
    '':f;. tie last week. Record. dersonville N. C.. reached this city and standing in Florida at the Park he will kind npnort la the put,and olloll their snp1port I
    anything they undertake or anything more than In the future. If etceud. I ..I..l.* my
    ._t Tuesday night and will spend the remainder they organize is likely engage in business in this city faithful "wnrlce and personal tteatioa to tb* *'
    For anything in toilet preparations, Mrs. Henry T. Bass, who has been ata of the week with Mrs. Single- : cess. certain of suc [during the coming winter. I f..ti88 of UuafflOV; KMMOtrUllT, ,
    go to Osceola pharmacy. Large stock sanitarium\ in Orlando for the past tary's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller :/. L.OVKKSTBtn.,

    r, t. "!fo select from. 37tf five weeks returned to her home in before going to their home at Bra- .
    II'!.:: this city today, much improved in dentown.Mr. .a .
    ," y, Miss Vivian Lee .Vft yesterday for health.I -- '

    J: : Macon Ga., where the will enter wes-- Dickerson began this week the t
    :' I Ryan college. Mr. Eugene Bryan after a week erection of a concrete building on the r.r
    :! '' spent sin this city with his father Mn corner of Broadway and Drury avenue.
    tK Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and N. C. Bryan, left Sunday to resume his Mr. Dickerson's concrete business has J
    ;1J and we will get a drink of the bestsoda position with Wilson &Toomer at Jack- grown to such mammoth proportionssince

    ". water made. 31 tfMrs. sonville. his coming to this city two years .
    that this building has become ,
    ; Fred. Macintosh returned Mon I ago nec- '
    J A very large crowd attended church .- ', ".
    day from a two Weeks' visit to her j at Chuluota Sunday when Rev. J. T. essary. , /

    ". .daughter at Geneva.. Bell of Kissimmee preached"two very Mr. W. S. Hills, of Moline, III, was ,. ,.' r
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    interesting sermons.-Gore. Lake; Item In the city yesterday and paid this office :
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    ;; fi' A good well established"1"mercantile Oviedo Advance :: '
    : plearant call. Mr. Hills 'ia a holderof
    business for sale. to box :
    316
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    six KisBimmee Fla,' tf Mr. Ed who has announced considerable property at DaVenport, : .
    .f f' ,, 37 Hogan, as but, says that the advantages Kisslm KISSIMMEE1PARK
    i, a candidate for county clerk at the primaries M I "
    mee offers to of his and MrsHills'
    11' It has been learned that Major T. M. to be held next spring, was in persons : ..
    :t are such that they will make
    ; age
    Murphy has severed his connection with the city yesterday and paid this office a .- '00
    ;0
    ".f their home heM'
    : I the Osceola Telephone Co.j pleasant call. "

    Mr. W. H. Farmer reports the sale Miss Martha King, of Oviedo and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Halley and three .

    .1- of the Frjsbie bungalow on M abbe tie Miss Cleo Wooldridge of Sneaks teachers children of Pittsburg-Pa., arrived in f ,
    :
    the city Saturday, and have leased the :
    street to Mr. H. W. Steen. of
    the fifth and sixth
    grades respectively : -
    residence of Dr. J. W. Simpson on Verona -
    'ti'I Miss Helen Jones, of Kissimmee: w i in in Osceola High. school, have arrived street for a year. Mr. Halley has.

    the guest of Mr A. M. Chisholm ass thfrcity.t for years been one of the leading real

    ,; city.-Orlando ReporterStar.t '''">' estate men in the Smoky City.and will .
    : : rs. Martha Bird has returned to her in that business here.
    ,
    engage
    t Ralph Johnson, a skilled mechanic. home in Mont Verde Fla., after a few

    t Is expected to reach the city jn a few weeks visit in Kissimmee and Narcoossee Miss Virginia Makinson who was ill I J

    days from! Portsmouth. Ohio. w\th her cousins, Mrs. Lizzie Floyd with typhoid fever for several monthsat .
    and Mrs Green Woodall. W ., .
    Brenau college. Gainesville, Ga.,
    *.l 7'Messrs.. P. A Vans and Ar'thur .
    Agnew Dr. R. R. Root, of Youngstown, 0. where she was a student, pnd who was
    : ; :
    w. E. Donegan spent a couple or' f
    her
    has brought to home in this city some
    purchased a tract of land In Kissim-
    : days in Jacksonville this week. ago in a convalescent state is
    mee Park which he will at once begin able ft
    u' in for be out, although she will not re- r ...
    -. J. ..."" Miss Corrie Miller returned Wednes putting: shape planting citrus ," ,
    sume her studies at Brenau until the R
    fruit trees this winter.
    day from a three week. visit to relatives first of the ., I
    year. I..ll
    and friends at Bradentown.Miss ,
    Mr. J. J. Griffin began this week the ,
    Judge J. H Walker of Bassinger {ji
    Marie} Carson left Wednesday construction of a handsome concrete
    spent a few days in the this week
    for Gainesville, Ga., where she will become bungalow on his lot on Main .street city Ail ideal f
    to build
    attending private business affairs. place
    to
    . a student in Brenau college. which, when completed, will be one of ,
    the most modern In the city. The Judge spoke very hopefully of the
    Mr. R. D. Guice returned Saturdayj future of Ba inger. saying that as soon ,

    from Georgia, where he had spent the Mr. C. E. Franklin has had the walk as railroad connection was made which a h. ::'1
    summer with relatives and friends. on Emmett street alongside of his residence would be in the next twelve' months, "'
    covered with sawdust so that the his town would at once spring into :tIJ
    Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hogan and chil- "feet steps" of those passing at night! prominence. ;\
    dren have returned to Kissimmee after will not disturb his slumbers. r
    a residence of several years at Lough- Mrs. C. H. Ester and son, Leon, who
    r, maJo Miss Almena Leitner who holds the have been spending the past two months .\ '
    Est position of assistant principal in Osceola in Canada and the Eastern states returned . .:. ,'
    J Mrs. .J. D. Seaman and Mr*. Cohoon High school has arrived in the city prepared here Tuesday Mrs. Estey says fi
    s ''-. left'yesterday for Fort Myers' ', for a to assume the duties of that posItion Canada and the east are all right ai ,II.

    ;: visit of a few days. with relatives and when school.opens on Monday' places\ to live in some ways, but as compared kp :'I:
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    friends. to Florida, and especially this
    Capt. Frank Tatman arrived in the section they should not be spoken of on I .
    Montsdoca of Frostproof and city Monday with a barge load of fish the same day. } i'ti#
    lrFort, -is spending a few days i in and stated that fishing the lower lakes .. Come an d. r .
    :; Meade this week.-Fort Meade was exceptionally good at present an J. C. Davis"entertained his Meth '
    dodist 1'J
    e would reifeain so until the water rose. Sunday School class Saturday ._ t
    *.' night with an ice cream treat at. the '
    Rosalie Henry O'Neal postmaster at V. L. Dibble is building a' store of Mrs. Tress, which was highly : <
    t : was in the city this week and plater workshop on Emmett street LA o enjoyed' by the young folks as well) as t
    :i paid the Valley Gazette a most please blocks north of court house and in a the Doctor. Professor and Mrs. Brown '"
    J l,;;.' ant call. few days will begin the construction of kindly furnished music during the eat ,. \:

    a handsome residence in the same locale performance-Professor Brown on the : ft
    .( I.w Miss Marie Willard of Bartow !is th ity. violin and Mrs. Brown at the piano. >. ."
    guest this week of her friend, MissRuth l ,\\ ,
    Butler at her home m North Kis The meeting of the V. I. S.' on Tuesday Mr. J. E. Mattocks and family re- ;\
    y simmee. 0 evening was not as well attendedas turned Saturday from North Carolina,' .. oW 11f

    the work done by that society warrants where Mrs. Mattocks and the children ''y i iI
    J aa. Griffin and family: of Kissimmee and the officers are exceedingly had spent tile summer with relativesand .
    4 ''+1 tt" were here this week visiting his parents, anxious that all members be present at friends. Mr. Mattocks is general ., J,

    Mr. and, Mrs. L. J. Griffin.-New Smyr- the next meeting, as matters of ex manager of the Kissimmee Valley Land :tioo' ; .

    na- ISre.ze.I . treme importance will be presented. Co., owners: of Kissimmee Park and
    ,
    -I Kissimmee Valley Land s 4 4If
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    t4 ( ,- - .- -- ----t--- '. states that a large number'.of' North ,Company \ }

    r1.1111 \\t1N\WN\aN\NN\\\, \\\\\......-.... \.......\.............-\..\\....-..-., this Carolinians winter. will' come to our section. ., t "
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    /! .. 'Special attention given to the regulation Mr. A. S. Nelson '
    president of the
    DR. R. J.
    CUNNINGHAM .. of children's teeth. Board of Trade is in f celpt.of a check 3. E. MATTOCKS, Ylce-PreslcSeat sit Manager .

    I' : :- .- Gas and local anaesthetic given from Col. P."A.-VIIM Agnew for one -O H
    ,:..' hundred dollars to be used in defraying A_ "'!
    I for the extraction of teeth. ,
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    '' the cost of the KJaslmmee ,
    y1i ; exhibit in the "
    t''I' DEN!1ST I Examination, advice and estimates I Southern Commercial Congress building KISSIMMEE .. ,FLORIDA ' : '
    ' ti at .
    cheerfully given. Washington ( in which was ,
    '5 : II rented by the board of Trade at its '*..
    'E N iN-Gs", last meeting. It la fully expected that ;,' ,. "..'
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    t nnlTl'AIJ.( IUILDII'1 IISSI. .EE '" there art ninetnore in Kissimmee ... ''': '" ...'.1
    1 : men
    : ,
    J 'TELEPHONE: N ;j a; zi who will-follow Col./Vans'Agnew' '- .. ,

    " "1:' "".....,_0............-.....\........ .._\._..___...\\.......-\..._\..;.,._.._...___"' .... ;....j I in the_ next; taw days..", example .. -

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    .' rn M. RIVERS, M. D.'PHYSICIAN . .. l KISSIMMEE PARK ] II
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    I ,.., 1'WlSH to a y to contemplate' e apd SURGEONOmoeoterOeceola ( : .. ', .. :',.
    ,;- ,. ;,;r ,lag| builder In KiMlmme and I .
    surrounding country that I have Pharmacy Items. of Interest From Our 'Uiisy] S. ,'.' . ./ ..
    succeeded in getting the agency t nesldeDce 53.;,', Neighbor AcfOSS'the' "p --.L ... t
    for the well known brand Cherokee -' PHONe9 1 I'. Lake. '. it" c.
    w. .
    .; farther Cement, make PlMter.a harder It wall will and go N, , {Office. 148Y Mr; C. E.::., Bafrstof! Jacksonvillebrought if" 11 ., ,_

    better wall spread easier* and ". tWeL. aome prospective( buyers,to the
    r give better satisfaction than any ;, Park last week. N Protectiontto a :

    i other brand 'made.One I million Every dollars tack WINN x ..:... :. , Mr.Cotterman' has returned to, the f. __ -i:1:

    backs guaranteed.up guarantee. ,$15.00 ton. PHYSICIAN Park and Is preparing to build'on. 'hi. :


    ; :Apr DICKEnONf, CMtJsctif nt Judy.fi REMDBMO PiiokB"' SI .. _lClSIIJ..n: : beach Mr..Frank lot. J.Whltehead of Indian;' < ... your house, barn or fence ,with- ...... S

    OrnoB. Prods 17. FLORIDA was. here last week. "good paint is, the,best insurance you "

    Dr. R. R. Root of Ohio, purchase can obtain but remember 1 Hie best is : "
    THOMASON ;
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    F.C here .
    ., some land Friday.
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    It ............ Mr. J. E. Mattocks has returned from f(( always the cheapest in the l.ongrun.; --: -. :

    r.-.o TILLER I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON North Carolina with, bit; family. Ue< ' A few 'cents per gallon added to the 9 1"
    also brought ever'a party to the Park

    = Estate = Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 Monday. Mr. Mattock.says the influx first cost means years added to the .
    Real '
    : ! Agency.: of settlers will increase immensely thii, 'lite and looks of the work. Wo sellthe' ,f''

    .. .. DR. B. D. WIENENGA : fall and winter. We hope it will come ."
    = = I best paint made, and its name is S
    I'i Realty bought and sold. VETERINARIANSTOCK to pass.
    t We are looking for Capt. James Da-
    HoUses rentacl. "
    TREATED FOR
    Taxes paid and Titles verified .. ALL DISEASES via. If you can't steam over captain, J.
    t why sail are not afraid. We
    ) for non-residents. & lien. rNr over you Mastic
    '' Fire, Life and Accident InsuranCe F Pftihf Phone im ORLANDO FEA. are waiting for you and your new out-

    { .. --' fit. "

    4 "' Indemnity Bonds. . DR, N. L. BRYAN Several prajects of improvements are F 4M ,1J .
    & talked of, but while uncertainty is at- { {
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    tached to Xhem we forbear conjecture.Mr. ;

    ., ., -' Squires Building Kutz is harvesting his; enormous .,".
    'ft New York AvenueST. I crop of cowpeas. We wonder what It

    : Man CLOUD. FLORIDA would bring 'in) haVd cash.
    The Home Bakery
    1.. Mi*. Riggins! is busy improving his OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.

    J-R.) J. W. SIMPSON ..WSttv lot. .
    ; thank
    Takes this opportunity Mr. McPhatter was over again Tues S. L. LUPFER Manager
    :, the good, people of this city for DENTIST.!:: day with a gentleman from Oklahoma. {

    (" their liberal patronage and would Upstairs in Katz Building. and so they come one by one to look the
    also take this means to say that '
    to 12 o'er.
    t 9..a In m. landscape '
    our limited facilities for making OFFICE. HOURS f 1.30: to ::30p. m. CORRESPONDENT. I 1
    t goods will prevent (for awhile) our Telephone No. 76 Jun 5, hI'DR. 'I

    4 general delivery to all parts of the ''.
    '
    W. W. Government Stamped Envelopes.
    ; I city. Quality and variety wi'l'! be CARSON. '1.}
    maintained always. Our nice DENTIST Out of seven letters recieved out of 0, I

    the postofTice at Guthrie, Okla., at one
    i HOT RbLLS and BISCUITS Office over Cole's Jewelry Store .' time a few days ago, five were in gov- LUMBER LATHS MOULDINGS SHINGLES 1

    il'I, Also HOT BREAD Office HourH: 8-15 1-5 ernment stamped envelopes. Two I M* 9
    I Office phone 158 were from banks and three from bijj '1
    i'' will be ready ;'mornings and.afternoons Residence 2, merchants. ; r t' Ull r ,'::10<

    I' and a nice variety of PIES -
    '. i and CAKE-Parties and Wedding -171 DERUYSH1HE, M. D., These merchants desire the country 1
    a specialty. JlJ. newspaper to fight the parcels post for ,
    I i them on thi theory that it will help the 1 t Y g+
    Sp.ecial attention given to the mail order houses to still further Increase I.
    ,, A. SMITH treatment of Women and < Formerly McNair & on) ;
    } their against the
    competition
    Children Djral-Upchurcb Building, Jacksonville Florida Jr. 'I
    r I ;Y DARLINGTON AVENUE local meichants Yet tli "y patronizethe ;
    Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 government monoply in these I Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber in Honda !> well manufactured !

    t.. --' -. 24'3mospdr stamped envelopes that is a most extreme I and carefully graded and our facilities for filling orders! for carload Ids! are optionally good.

    ,. injustice to the local pnriter
    .A.V..N8AON" W. B CRAWFORD7ANS 1 L.aLSLeLL sr
    W. C. BASS The government gives a contract to i I
    \ AGNEW & CRAWF'ORDATTORNEYS I .
    lMAGAZINE
    1 a single printing concern for these envelopes "
    t Wholesale, >nd Retail! AT-LAW in the enormous amount of four

    Dealer billion envelopes 'And of course the EDITION 25 CENTS; EACH 5 5We
    Office
    : 3f.6 Citizens Uiuiltllulldlug /government\ can sell them cheaper with -
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    tr / Fresh Beef Pork and Kissimmee.__ __ ____ n'_ _. Florida stamp and return imprint than the local still have a few copies of the Special Magazine Edition of the Valley Gazette so you had better get in .
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    printer can buy the blank envelopes, in .
    J. 1.. MOON II. D, DLIOLaMOON the quantity he buys them in. Special your order now before they are all gone. Finest souvenir of Florida Osceoli County. and Kissihnmee.i i

    Mutton & GEIGER machinery is used in the printing of an . .- -. ".
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    'l; f assured order of four billion envelopesthat .::
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    i*. ,1PHONE 4A.j. ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice the local printer cannot afford to ,I

    ,I State Bank Building 7
    V Kissimmee. Florida own.But does not the home merchant,exchange \

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    : : -- --- -- -- -- of, trade entitle the printer to get ,

    fi' y*; , W. THOMPSONFUNERAL Q. F. KRIBBS his small profits for printing envelopesfrom .
    these home banks and business
    ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. f:
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    houses as do the home profits of these
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    DIRECTOR - -- merchants as against the foreign big + '1
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    Examination of :Titles a Specialy. rrrr'r
    fi houses, and the home banks to get their
    and Notification and payment of taxes of ,'
    ;:,., z. non-reeident4 given careful twelve ,per .cent on their money as .
    :1 'LICENSED EMBALMER: .. attention. . against three or,four' per cent! + Y
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    i <* .1 I'-f'r" ''p1-' vn (-;I' L-I t I r : Is it not,just as just advocate the 'll'lli

    'ilJti, '': ;::Opposite. Courthouse' '. ROBERT G. JOIINSTON., government's;' loan of money direct totheeople .
    ,.,. .
    1ItJasnIIiE. at three and four per cant .
    . 1.:,
    ) FLORIDA LAW- interest, remarks the Guthrie Register, .
    ATTORNEY AT .
    as for these banks and big merchant to

    t KISSIMEEE, FLORIDA take advantage furnish of the government's : : O BUYa-good mattress and put it on <
    ability to envelopes cheaperthan

    t S.II.BIJLL.OCK.I ...IOUIHO Counsel WASHKl" tor' T. PICTONWARIOWLate Judge yf! the the look local at printer this can matter furnish squarely) them.1.et' ., t T I a cheap spring is like running a fine ;"

    Florid R. R. Cnmm. CnrnMi, l Court and if reciprocity is to be the rule be-
    .x.t$ automobile without tires.No
    ::1 wwvn different dealers in local com- .
    REAL ESTATE & WARLOW
    MASSEY modities, then it ought to be carried on

    A I ,) \\\N.\N\\\N\\NN INSURANCE'f ATTORNEYS AT-LA'AND COUNSELLOR justly all around. gold bed is complete'without a clean, comfortable mattress ,.f1

    -- - and the No. 400 Spring. This spring represents the highest attainment
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    ;... Practice In all the Court of the State and of .
    Sootia'e Firebrand Signal.Crantara
    Examination of Titles the United Commiaaipn.State, .and alao" the before Interatat the Florida Commerceommlaakm : Railroad was a military signal em- ever reached in its line; it contains 88 oil tempered coils of the

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    L. 1-14/ CHARLESTON Buuo, ORLANDO. FLA. ployed by the Scottish;itlghland chiefs. best Acme steel wire manufactured. They are black enameled and
    Ir Specialty. 8-11, It was a firebrand or wooden cross.
    r absolutely ruslless and noiseless-you don't the
    which after being dipped In the blood are rouse neighbors
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    "CorresDondence Solicited. of a goat was sent by a swift footed every time you turn over. Superior workmanship guarantees a

    W. S. HARWELL herald, who delivered it without a
    smooth, even surface, so that yo.u don't tear the mattress tick
    word save the name of the place of
    j I REAL ESTATE rendezvous. The fleetest runner of every time: you have occasion to 'move it.

    k TIORIDA.REAL ESTATE fOR SALE that hamlet was Instantly dispatched
    r, (; Notary Public at Large with the signal to the next whence It The No. 400 Spring is sold at a price that puts the great-

    Beautiful winter home sites situated OHce llobersoa's Pharmacy was borne to a third and so on until
    over: est sleep luxury in the land within reach of everyone. If your dealer
    In the Lake Region o; Florida. KISSIMMEE. FLA. every village within the chief's domain
    I
    1 Trucking and Farming Lands in large bad received Uie summons. It .was wont supply you, delay your purchase until you write us direct for

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    -- -- -- last circulated In 1745. J
    ; "h: or small tracts. facts about the superior "No. 400 Spring. I'

    : k4, \ CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY 4 -
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    rtio;rv?; List your property with me for quick The Elite Realty Parlor "I am amazed A Diplomatist sir, that yon should GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM M SPRING' BED CO., of '
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    e' ''d, ,' salts. Lakevtow Collate So. KUaimme. propose to my daughter. You have not ; Manufacturers Atlanta Ga. ':-
    "' y MM MUll-m. tUBKtm. ....... known her' a week." I I ?.
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    /l H M. Breaker & Co. but ,I known'
    .. Not quantity; but 'quality and "True, madam have
    Ia prices. Ask about them. you for some time, and eveiybody says
    TT hY f Box 175 KISSIMME FLA.V -FOR SALE- your daughter takes after yon." Be l lt

    1' 5 beautiful cottages; 1 2-story rot the girl.
    J. house faces two streets 1 6-room ,
    I, '4 - ; .:
    I furnished ; 6-acre.tract; ,:
    ':I.H: :MOC,6LIS'J.EE.: 35-acre farm, house,barn 8-acre .,
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    :IC1.ss1r.n.rnee.: ::: s orange grove cattle and hogs. I.11m...." .T'.... .. ''

    "" ell ODrlller Box 665.JENKINS. KISSIMMEECONSTRUCTION The No. 400 Spring Bed J.

    A y: la prepared to drill s Noiseless Ru&less Oil Tempered
    "'111pd ...'

    Ir ARTESIAN WELLS __ h___ _._ COMPANY Black Enamel, Smooth Surface, I T 'j i

    HAMUPACTVBBK or ALL KIND or- Comfortable Easy to Handle. .,
    many section of "Florida.L & W06DIIAMSurveying "
    Wr 't Cement, Granite and Marble 1
    Guaranteed for 5 p \
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    MONUMENTAL WORKMake ,
    1 Ten years. *ot successful Well / ,
    Drilling is a Guarantee of my 5
    a 1 Ability to produce the best { and Plans and Specificationsand r"t I t
    ? ,results. Contract for all _
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    tili Basis of all l Wealth, entralization: of Fruit .-. UnifonflGrade ..,I ,, 1).',

    Is lands and, Pa<<:k. I .

    i i! s ; ney simply] represents the 'These are What have made the Flor-' f The purity of ,:. Wear i.the/

    things:which come out of'the ida Citrus exchange the great ellingrganlzation stag 'pamt ,, '
    StagBran4Semi-PastePaint Be t 'Evidence
    luid.' If you ,have money to in Florida. The Florida .
    Citrus! Exchange Mid oranges' in car- ya of '

    .invest >t. from Orange; county alone in -49iflferent Warranted: warranted,, : to,,. be .made of Coot aint
    Bur Good Farm or Timber Land markets last Mason. We arelust
    in receipt of a letter from 'Mr. ' 1 II perfectly materials l
    .Net I man'ever bough goad Burton, General Sale. Manager, dated pure' :

    land< at the, prevailing: et' 'hiladclphla"August 25th,'in which he' ,,-r_" v. '- and is.absolutely free l'e

    price and lost moneycontinu s tates that he has been in all the prh : ,
    Ipal points in Alabama. Ten- ."
    Georgia
    4' 'ally. Buy land In rark'Gar-/ n easee. North Carolina South Carolina,', :-, ., from adulterations ':

    den. It is not speculation butanJinveetmentpureandeimple ''jrginta, and.has travelling represent-

    .. \ a tlvCT In Mississippi; Arkansas Louisiana used i in many .t
    and Texas selling fruit. He states .
    bat inNtfs thirty years experience In 1makes. paints' 1 '

    handling cttius fruit that he has never: ? . ..
    Park Garden is located south of Shingle Creek on Lake Tohope: been, so encouraged 'as he is now, .
    kaliga In the artesian belt and"" lne flowing wells can be had on these hat he has received from the dealers makes "

    splendid lands. The '01I.\ I. rich deep productive. Fine fropa are visited( : by him almost unanimous, enhUISa GALLON MAKES a
    being raised without an otnce of fertilizer. This alluvial udn is easily t tlC commendation for the Im- 2 ON'E I TWO
    worked arid pays good returns to the husbandman. It fs conveniently irovement that this organization has INVESTIGATE! z .

    located to our splendid tlty; three crops can be grown per annum and already made, and these dealers have .
    more dollars can be produced from one acre of these Park Garden assured him that they will give; our
    lands than'.from several acres of good land in the North or West. f rust preference at J1 higher price than !
    Added to this fact we have extraordinary healthful, delightful I
    t hat.which may be named by our competitors -
    mate. Do not have.to spend the summer's earnings for feed for our ., PHONE-60 ROSS r PHONE 60
    stock and fuel to keep from .freeing. Florida will furnish more glad The Winter Park house offers the GRAVES .

    and happy""surprises within the next few, years than any state in the nost up to date facilities, turns out the -

    Union.These molt up to date pack and has the best ,
    land range in price from $75 to $100 per acre and are idvertised brands of any house in the '.,
    capable of paying interest. several times that price if'properly "
    ; on tate of Florida. Growers who are interested "
    farmed, and"can be had on long time payments. Tbe best is always in their future!:! wellfare in the Attention F

    the cheapest; come let us show you. range industry should''avail themselves ,

    of the opportunity to put their fruits '
    444 rough the Winter.Park ExcBange. We take this method of inviting '

    We have for sale about bne mile from the city limits 10 acres WINTER PARK CITRUS GROWERS Asso. everybody and especially Osceola coun- Ideal Fertilizers
    L. 'D. Jones Manager ty land buyers, to come to Whittier
    of land <6 of which has bearing of rf
    good: acres splendid grove oranges .
    CITRUS SUB-EXCHANGE:, the 29th of
    and ORANGE Co. Osceola county, on day September '
    and with peaches plums.
    tangerines grapefruit some
    pears 17-tf Mr. II. Bourne Manager 1911, to a basket picnic, conducted .
    from town.
    main trrveled hard'road nice distance
    Fronting on a just a
    by the ladies. There will also
    of and oak timber. -- -- --- -
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    About 2 acres of trucking land and 3 acres pine -- Best
    be beef and mutton barbecuedin
    There 6-room house the back of this land which was pork
    it
    was a on part ,3
    for all who comeconducted .
    torn down and mov d to the front of the place. Lumber is still on CHURCH DIRECTORY// plenty \
    the but has' been rebuilt. Splendid cropof fruit on the by our able c<>ok. /' To list formula
    ground never There will be a sale of Whittier town gain a place on our regular a must pot only
    trees, no further expense, can be marketed within 60 days. lots the above-mentioned date;? con duce results, but results with a PROFIT. The user of proIII:
    I This property can be purchased for $2250. Belongs to a lady on considers the effect on his pocketbook-the REAL, result
    BAPTIST. ducted by Elmer' K. Bass, our Irrepres .
    who desires the honey to educate her family. She has other property sible land Those interested in IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the'right effect for it works, r 1
    'and desires to sell this farm at the low price mentioned above. Bunyan Stephens, pastor. Osceola agent.land will gain to come with Nature. The preference of each class of vegetation 'for Its \.
    Time be had if desired. county source of plant food is studied well the '
    ran on $100g Sunday- carefully as as proper proper-c
    and buy lots-; and we especially, earn-
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    tions to give perfect balance-no lack, no waste .
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    and Invite the
    estlykindly cordially
    School 9.45
    & Bible a. 'm.
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    With !
    of
    food outgrowndiseases
    and proper application proper vegetation
    Kisaimmee Brass Band to come
    Preaching 11 a. m. 'and 7.15 p. m. and insets to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous, 1'
    We have beautiful in Eureka land Rose Additions un easy B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. favor us with some of their delightful show produces<< fruit that is pleasing, to the eye and palate, and brings .art i
    music and will endeavor to
    payment plan/- Also 2 to 20-acre tracts for suburban homes in Pine- we financial returns the .,,-"
    dale Addition. Convenient to school, church, good markets, etc.! Communion-2d Sunday. them the time of theisklives. We also! Do not lose the pleasing'to maximum profit grower.due you by using poorly balancedplant'food
    invite the candidates of Osceola county
    Monday-after( 3rd Sunday)
    from improper sources. IDEAL stands for PROFITJoCall
    I .
    4'v 4 Devo. 3 who have or are going: to announce, to
    Vyoman's Miss Union- p. m. '
    come and address the voter's and hand-I on our local agent
    Anything in the way.of a Florida,home or inve tment. Wednesday-after( 1st Sunday). shake a few times. We will look for ;
    WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO.or
    Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3to5pm you. Come candidates 1 We also extend I
    Thursday- a cordial invitation to the old St. address
    Cloud veteran to come and be with us '
    Prayer meeting 7:00: p. m. on that day; and we especially invite' r
    Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer'Co.Ja :
    i 'Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. the editors of the three papers of Os-

    ceola county to come, and come earlyin ,

    the day, as they can gather items 1 ,,
    enough to run all three papers for some ..,.
    I
    Nelson Realty CompanyOVER S. S. Snyder, pastor. ;ime. 1 --- ,
    Sunday School 9.45 a. m:-A.S..' There will be. refreshments of all .
    kinds and various.amusements to en-
    Nelson, superintendent. tertain the people, conducted by John I
    .. Church Service a. m. and 7.30 p.m. "1. lifaisden.{ i
    KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
    CITIZENS BANK ,
    Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. Come one, come all, and don't mistake : TheSURPRISE

    Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.30 the date, Sept. 29, 1911. '

    ELMER R. BASS, Call ...
    and line r.
    I ; see my
    Is m.Visitors JOHN H. HAISDEN,
    invited to all I
    moat cordially Committee. '
    I GINGHAMS
    DRY GOODS SPRING '
    Cervices.
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    Low Round Trip i Rates METHODIST. HELPFULWORIS) STORE ** : EMBROIDERIES e j
    ;k Very r
    $ Wm. H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor. I

    Sunday School 9:45: a. m.-Prof. R. MRS. E. L. PEARCE LACES, ETC "

    -VIAATLANTIC ----- M. Evans, superintendent.
    From a Kissimmee Citizen.Is .
    Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30p. : -..
    ---,- Beaman Building
    COAST LINE m. I

    1:30 .
    Boys League p.m.
    ,your back lame and'painful? ,
    - Junior League 2p. m. Docs it ache especially after exertion : -

    : : fROM KISSIMMEE Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. ?' :. ., V .. "...
    service Thurs. 7:30p. I
    Gen. prayer m. :

    t \ ' Holy communion ever 1st Sunday j. Is there' a.soreness... in "the'.kidney' region -' .NL::> .A.'S""o : ., ....

    :. J?, $3'8 50' PITTSBURG.PA. and Return. "' On sale' ; '.r, You are cordially' invited to each'oithese f These :symptoms,indicate weak "Id', J. .. , ,'"." .'"

    i ;SepC.10th and 11th. Limit. 'Sept. 23d.' services. .
    neys. -
    I I CINCINNATI OHIO and Return. Sept. 9th, There is danger in delay. CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
    \ \
    $30.30 10th and 11th. Limit Sept. 2Hth. CHRISTIAN. Weak kidneys fast get weaker. -, .

    Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m. Give your trouble prompt attention. "
    INDIANAPOLIS, IND. and Return. On sale '
    $32.70 Sep. 15th, 16th, 17th. Limit Sept 28th. Bible School 9.45a. m.-C. E. Yowelsuperintendent 1 Doan'a Kidney Pills act quickly. : Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates
    J. If- Harris, assistan
    ; They strengthen weak kidneys.
    'j on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether \
    KNOXVILLK TENN., and return. On Bale uperintendent. Head Kissimmee, testimony. .
    $21 45 it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist HoteL ,
    Sept. 9th to Oct. 1st. Limit 10 days. Christian Endeavor every Sunda;
    t J. II. Harris, carpenter and contractor -

    FAST TRAINS THROUGH- PULLMANS DINING CARS evening BtA30 p. m. Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I have Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS ;
    Prayer meeting and choir practice every no hesitation in recommending Doan'n in which he has met with the greatest successof

    For reservations or information, call on nearest Thursday at 7.30.;: p. m.EPISCoPAI. Kidney Pills, for 1 know from past experience _any man in Florida. _

    -I-- Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Agent, or that they act just as repre- .

    Y. R. BEAZLEY, T.P.A. J.' G. KIRKLAND. P. A. .. v sented. Off and on for five years I have Give him your work FI Q

    TAMPA. I FLA. Rev. David D. Kidd rector. taken this remedy for my kidneys, and will be well and quickly done.Kissimmee, a.

    .... _- - ____n -_ _ _-___ Services every second and fourth Sun. a few doses have always brought me .

    N. Saunders day at 11:00: a. m. relief. This preparation is worthy ol
    George "
    Communion 2nd Sunday at mornin I r a trial. --

    services. For sale by all de J..rs. Price 60 cts ...................................................\.............\Yr I{
    BOAT BUILDER
    Guild meeting every first Tuesday. Foster-Milburn Co., Buff N. Y., sole : WHAT IT MEANS !II' ;

    "- Afentfor"F rro"and "Eagle" Eq Del -- agents for the the United States.Doan's I'' : 'Many people do not know. what a Bank'.c..pltall.lo;.6r th. dl<<.r.".bi--.!
    : -M4>m E tiioIlM,, Hn htl.-----' New Hotel for Sale or Lease. Remember name- -anc I = tweeD a hank of little or no c.pHal and ono with Large capital. !II

    KISSIMMEE E FLORIDA take no other. i A RANK'S CAPITAL, AND SURPLUS IiI
    r ( lNe.NTNaTN.TenNae..a New Hotel, located in one of the fast = I. th. fund thai protect* deiioultorm from ins. therefor the larger It II th. :
    ------------ eat growing towns in the state. Thi g Large desk blotters for sale at thn I I i a-rmter protection he d..ponllom ha>e. Thin bank baa aa i
    hotel ia only 75 feet distant from th,B office for 10 cents C."ltalof.) .. .., ... ..t.vi.00000 .
    Hnrplnn Inn d ..I. .. ." .... ..:-a5lg)0 110. "
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    depot located in new brick block, con Stockholdarl' llablllt/ .. .... 60.000 Wi J
    ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter ParkOLDEST tarns 26 rooms above, with freshmen I .. '
    .... ,
    and dining room on the ground floor A toll of '1.11I00000 "
    COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL I CAMPUS IN FLORIDA Furniture and fixtures are all new an. Tbl.means that we raUftI ire ,1.boooOO'bt.tOrtl our depo.ilore cou'14 I.... a I '
    C. W. Griffin ceut. Thlo protection. I. for YOU. ( ,
    College, Academy: Music, Expression, Fine ArtA, Domestic up-to-date. Can be leased for a perK< I a..
    of five with privilege of fly, t
    an Industrial Arts, Bu lticsf*, [Normal Course years STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE I i
    r years additional. Splendid opportunit:
    Twflve building, four dormtttnrleii, Rl'1..r.e| roonm,niram hem electric light. for a first class hotel man to Secure :
    .' '1f Ore nroteciou,fine )moa.dnmuomalarls: ::. qu.rier miUKm itollar: endow mtjil. business that will pay from the day o FAMILY Groceries KI..M..II:*. RbO..I e.. t S .
    Four teackem of IUUHIC $4M>0 organ. : dc.r.t ti pimion, two glciM'luhft, chorus HUM I''
    (Superb new roams for '11101',.... School, full bwiikiiiK' equipment.. Uurrouvhi. adding* opening. A large number of travertin,g i C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LEE: N. B. CARSON .. 9
    machine,type writer, two inntruotori next y'*'. men visit this place every day ih th e Frnldtuit Vlc -Pra./ld Dl Cashier =

    al'of.e.of w toilHortllizertt chemical and phji, fooita:.lri, ,l watr laboratoriui; i rrt>ii,r\:\on|>P for bo*tin if, awiniminK., fr< lf. -utain. fool hall buHkvt. ball; four conaecutiv lets during the winter months. Fu
    year. ebainploim Staten bane l>alKChrlnUan particulars to interested persons. Ca FRESH MEATS I - ---'--- 9
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    but .uh..omt..aU..1 ; expense moderate; tK-holnrKhliMi available.For if interested in .
    on us early you are I a /
    Catalogue, addreka WM. F. BLACKMAN. Ph. 0.. LL. D. I>rc.tdent. -- ay
    -proposition of this kind and we wi 11

    show you the p)oferty.H. at Hour I A
    _ __,_ __ __ ___ M. BREAKER & Co., Delivery Every Day Any Long Distance
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    34-tf Kissimmee, FJa. Patronage Solicited, Phone 296

    - --- - North Kisaimmee Phone No. 8 (. '1

    EVERY SUCCESSFUL MANACHIEVES The Kissimmee Library.. is saying the right )thing
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    ----- BY SAVING MONEY = ---- subscribers a I list of over four handbooks at the right time '
    4 by the best authors, any or all o Sprigg FlemingCLEANING -

    r 'r Do you want to be successful? Start saving now. Put your money in which you have the privilege of readln, in the right way -
    for only $2 which secures a singl e, 3
    membership, or $5 for a family mem * at
    CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEEWe bersbip. Capt. Trench, the librarian We mafce a specialty of planning preparing +
    PRESSING literature and conducting campaigns for dji +
    will issue you a 'membership card fo +
    I the above amount.' Library in Stat< DYEING Cad .. .Land Companies and Individuals.Boards of Trade Municipalities 6GLNNREAQINAD.VERTISERS +

    have'more Savings Accounts than any other Bank in Bank: building.; 8-tf ,- .
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    f do so at once. brings results, and all It costs. i I Leave word at my house and clothe : ; ,
    .r five cents a line. x will be called lof and returned. .
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    ,1'Tlie improvement on' Cape'' ,. .the Shore of Lake LOT 1.. ... 8IZK60x150 ... .). ...,PRIC.'
    C.B Tphopekaliga "
    1 Breez.arebel"eruahedurapld i reeze' on 2. ".. .. 60x18560x185 . ... I 400 I t,
    ly a* material can be obtained.There ., .,', ... .. ;. .. 400
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    s- 260 feet, pf reinforced base for, CIr III'fIIr t8. t -> i "' ...... 60x185 y u, 400
    .t the lake wall and a considerable ., 7 .:! . 50x185'60x185' 4()(), ,{
    I section of the wall la completed. \ ; .. : ..-; : .. .. .; .g. .. : :.: : :': ;

    .. L. 1 . '-1" 9 ::::::. 95x185 :-: . BUBO ;'f;
    .. '. \"" . N ; .t.t;,'''' .. . 100x110 ; .. . ::11,'
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    , .t. We .anytlm.and.xam., ,'" .. _, :% .. ., ""'''''- -. D ._... -- -- -....., -.-_. '..,.'_.I<"' .,''":., ._ .11 . .. .. . 100x110100x110 . .. .... = \
    CapeBr.e 0' Or __ .. pJ" --12 . . . ..,...... .J\
    A. work that Is being done. ,. '" '; : .
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    ing f 'Cwfcfit4tt: '" '' 14 . . . : 100x110100x110 :c. . "
    .k '1+ ; ", ;x'; t; .' . . . . 7 60 ,.
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    iw Ourdredging machinery Isi to. : 1 -- -", .. ...-'. . .... 16.. . . .100x110 . . . 76 .
    be here and ready for operation. n !' . 17. 100x110 . . . 760 'I'

    3 when the lake waft is completed. ,/ ', .. .' 18 . : : : :: 100x110 D . . . . 760.

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    This machinery will deposit 180 ; iirN 20 .. .. . . k. .75x150 75x150 , . . fOO 600 f't
    21 '
    .. cubic-yards of dirt per hour, or Q .,.; . . . 600
    0. I i 22 . . .. . 76x160
    4320 cubic yards per day. Grar 23 . . . 76x150 . . . 600 : ;
    :;:, :..... __ a BRonowsv '0. 24 . 75x150 . ... . 600 .,.
    Y'. There are approximately 200, 25 .". : : : : 75x150 . . . 600 .
    t\\ 000 cubic yards to fill, which will 26 S 0 L D

    1:'t l' require 48 days of dredging. 0 v eww ::: C ",.1 27 . . . .:. 75x150 ... . . 600

    .. __ OK'1',1-;" C'r' p sdlain 'V .W 6srane, JIJ -28 . . . . 76x150 . 600 '-
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    ., leave B-1 MacL .V1h h # ,.1 0 r '. 29 . . 75x150. . 560 '/
    will a
    I':' I This dredging deepwater 3 ; 30 . . . 75x150 . . . . 600( .
    fol: ;1. front that will be .unnval- IIQ r. .. L"c. 31 . . . 75x160 . . . 60075x150 () t
    ed for boating and bathing pure 0 . . 600()
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    Jihrri.n I Gra+rr Er 32 . .
    pose in 33 . . . 75x150 . . . 600()
    1\1',. __ ..__ 34 . . . .". 75x150 . . . 600() fj" f\\

    The prices of...Cape.reeze lots '- 35 . 75x150 . . . 660 /:
    .. at present are actual value of v 1 .S .ZI, 'f 36 . : : : 75x160 . . . . 700 i.I. .
    ot I. land plus cost of improvements L 2L 37 . 75x150 . . 700i ;
    that we ar* to make. Z J Z. 24 ._ 38 . : :: : i 75x150 . . . . 700 '

    i 39 . . . . 75x150 i I. . . 700.

    We lay all sidewalks and curbs Q 2 S 2L 40 41 . . . SOLD 76x160 . ... . 600

    i and marl the streets throughout G 4 R. 27 42 . . 75x160 , . . '. 660
    each lot ready for ;
    .i'. and leave z 43, SOLD
    building upon. 44 SOLD
    ", 45 . . . . 60x160 . . . 650 ";
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    fJ ? \ 46 . . . 60x160 , . . 660
    not / :
    that do Hl
    lots 1
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    There several them r V 47 . . . 60x160 . . , 660 ;;
    and pf
    need filling,
    ::11' .a 1n. 48 SOLD
    j. 'I are alreadyere sold. I Nil/A0 LANs th z 49 SOLD

    .. fl J/ . 50 . . . . 75x165 . 660
    ,=i' ,I II, ( If you are at all interested take Cig Dace' 51 . . . 75x165 . . 600()
    this with you and walk out s. or" S6. a .tom .ss- .rs f J2 52 . 75x165 .. 600
    I...I, 4; paper Breeze Sunday afternoon I /I 53 . . 75x165 , . . 600
    t" to and Cape for yourself what we aredoing. W { 33 54 . . 75x165 . . . 600

    see. 2 z J R a. 56 . . . . 75x165 ? . 600
    /1 to 56 . 92x165 . . . 800
    -'- 'of G4 La ti a Co tI7 seW . '
    _PLAN CAPE BREEZE'. 57. . 125x165. 800 ..
    Of course,, our present priceswill -' of 9d u .r.r y 58 ... . 75x166 660
    ", 'l.. be..raised as improvements and _central. (par 'K 59 . 75x165 660
    ;; goalong. HISSlMMgE FLORIDA' He E LANE 60 76x165' . . . 660 f

    =-- .. f O 'P 61 75x165 . . . 660 i,
    nowind Lcotian-ol. ..icipal L lXI'{dInGS i -7L 1 i, 62 . . 76x165 650
    I Look ahead and buy your I lot r oJ /os- J1 63 . . . 75x165 . . .660
    now while you can get it at the rJ 4 64 75x165 700
    ' lowest cost. j loft;: for .&01. by GG L 77 Jf 65 /)XI75" . 960

    ?' A --- LUDLAM i-iocOONOUGH OwntR3A 1 7 7p 66 . . . . 190x175 . . 900
    f' e 67 . . ]/K>xl76 . . . 900
    In buying a lot on Cape Breeze A Ij jf 68 . . ?UOxI 76 . . . . 900 _
    beautiful "laKfrorrt- Hone-SITS., -
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    you get a magnificent home place ; 17 t 69 SOLD

    1'; and you are doing your part to Wifh e. Gf PnK fZ 70. . h10x183: . . 1200 ,'
    make Kissimmee the most at- 1o/t'IJH'Oy-em.n ., .
    p-cis \'! /f 71 HOLD
    tractive town in Florida.LTJDL.AM. uo q pa 72 . . i40x80 . 1100

    73 . . 80x180 . . 900
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    ; OOLEV 76. . . 106x180 1200&l
    s th .j, pi1ERNlAIO l3 77 . . 80x180 . 850

    > 78 . . 80x18095x180 850
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    M"oDONOUGII # y __ 79. ", .1100k
    % Or ......der-'y r. ..L.c- yO !80 . . 95x175 lireM
    -OWNE1tS- 81 . 95x155 . .
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    't. iI ROOM 11WTArHANKHCILniNO. '- ///L.IGR 83: . . . . . 660 !

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    FOR SALE-Good large lot, choice location FOR SALE.-Windmill and tank, goodas MISCELLANEOUS LOST-Medium size Jointer: bird-dog;
    ; splendid neighborhood; cash new. Mrs. C. V. Bearden. 37 tf snow white except ears and fac.,(

    Classified Advertisements or terms. Apply P. O. Box 376, Kisaimmee WADE, the tuner. Orlando. which are liver color;. white stripe
    Fla. 25-tf FOR SALE.-Horse, wagon,. new set down forehead; small knot over right, '
    ., of harness Price $175. Herbert R. O. MEEK-Notary Public. 23-tf eye. Answers to name of "Dude."

    FOR SALE-Nice, full bearing orange Spiej. 87 tf Will pay $10 reward for information,,
    Advertisements are inserted under this head at the rate of 5 Cents= groves from one to twenty thousand AlTED-The sweetest thing out for leading to his recovery.$. W. Down-, .,,
    'jo" dollars., .Tell me what you want' in PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy-* lng,'Kl elmmelt Fla. 35-tf/
    . ':1 4', 'Y, ", /, line each insertion. fresh from factory; Kissimmee Drug 1/1.
    t! ; per this line and'I .will find it for you. fires. Get one for your launch autoor
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    Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. and be 'safe. Sold by Geo. Company . 33-tf FOR SALE-Twenty-flve acres of bam-
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    mock land, located within milevof.
    "N. Saunders, agent Kissimmee. 37 IJf
    FOlt SALE H. C. STANFORD CO. are agents for FOR fresh fish the Rull Bass the ,
    ' FOR SALE-Hotel 1 of fifteen rooms in '. phone Bartow, county seat of Polk
    the celebrated Hannan shoes for
    Market No. 189. 19-tf 200 of
    county yards good rock
    road
    men. 19-tf the growing town of Taft, Florida. FOR SALE. Several excellent lots, Seaboard
    FOR SALE-Wood .1.75 per strand II Large rooms, good location, lot 120x well located, with splendid lake view GlrFHTT -. BRATTON-- --- -to-drive- your- of property.Ry. This'building land: within suitable\4 mile for
    s; Howell Bass. Phone\ 136. 35-tf 120, well improved. Large store room in good neighborhood; also nice new
    artesian welLs. 43-tf
    FOR resident growing kind of fruit
    bargains in property, any or vegeta,
    in front
    I ; barber shop in connection. concrete cottage bungalow, cheap; we .
    truck lands and bles.
    call - Ten cleared and
    - acres fenced
    A PAIR of work horses orange groves on Object in selling, want to improve also have 6-room residence, close in; ,
    ," good, gentle H. M. Breaker, Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf I FOR dressed poultry, phone. the Rull with barn First offer of $tJOO take
    modern.
    other Call Nel-
    address
    h1 for sale cheap. Ross Graves. 26-tf I property. upon, or cheap; favorable terms; it. W. R.
    Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf Speer Orlando Fla. 34-6t
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    I son'Realty Co.
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    ? KING Quality shoes for men at. Cash TWO very desirable resident lots in u --
    i F Store. 1-tf Carson addition each 60x164 feet. FOR SALE-At a bargain, nice seven FOR SALE:"' Five passenger touringcar MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the WANTED
    -- 'I There are 16 bearing orange trees on room house, in splendid repair, on or will exchange for land. G. F. Rull Baas Market, phone 189. '19-tf

    CHOICE CITY LOTS for sal at low these Iota, under good new fence, I beautiful lot, size 108x208, I located on Parker. 36-tf. WANTED-You to see me for all kindsof
    !, r prices. See or write II. Fleming for I located close to the lake. $350: cash one of our principal streets in good WOOD; per strand, $1.25; five strands Real Estate and Fire and Life In-
    a I, i particulars: 40 tf takes the two. See H. M. Breaker I neighborhood close to school and TRUCK and citrus, fruit land. 11.22 95.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf surance. R.O.MeekKissimmee.
    & Co.: 31-tf churches. % Write for price and terms acres partly in city limits. About 4 -- 23tfvff"
    s F OR SALE-Ohio Chester pigs i to the Downing" Realty Co. 36-tf. acres splendid truck land drained balance ANYONE anywhere can start a mall WANTED. -Near'in"vacant Iota, for
    male and female. Apply tot. W.Boice FIVE: city lots on which is located a I excellent orange 'land, good order business at home. No canvass cash. Box 665. 37 3t pd
    y 4- Vine St.andl3ermudaAv.. 33tf nice new, five-rpom cottage, fine view neighborhood, 5-room house, {deep ing. -Be your own boss. Send for free
    of the l lake, cool breezes. This prop- FOR SALE-City lot 70x93, two block well splendid soft Water. The location booklet. Tells bow. Heacock A 2144, PARTNERWANTED=-0wner ofls
    FOR SALE-Forty Iota in one body. erty is I located close'to the proposed from postofflce. :Address, Box 126, makes thigproperty an excellent Lockport. N. Y. I I acres of good land wants active northern -
    t'' Price so that money can be doubled electric line on high level lots. A Kissimmee Fla. 36tf investment as well. home with high man as partner with a capital of
    within two years A. Valley Gazette. bargain at $1600. Let us show you school and church privileges. Goodmarkets WE-Are offering some very desirable $300 or $400. A fine proposition. Address
    31tf this property. 11. M. Breaker & Co. WRITE ME for anything you want in etc; well worth $1600, but resident lots, located three blocks "A 100" Office Kissimmee Val-
    31-tf the realty line in Florida, telling me $1350'will purchase it If taken at once; from the Court House, on nice high Icy Gazette. 38-2tpd

    FOR SALE.-Strawberry plants, thor- the terms you wish to buy it on, and i cash, balance 6 and 12 months, 8 per elevation, for $200 for Inside and $250 ---- -" '- - "-
    r oughbred. L. W. Williams near Kis- FOR SALE-Twelve orange and about the amount' you would like to cent interest for corner lots. Alley in rear of all'
    t j" .immee Lumber Co., Kissimmee, Fla. grapefruit grove, about/ three miles invest, and I will find you the very 38tf Nelson Realty Co. these lots. Cash or short time. Let ,
    381tpdIF from Kisaimmee on .railroad.. Will best thing obtainable for the money us show you these lets H. M. i' ARE YOU IN ARREARS
    tr sell at a bargain. Address W. H. Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. FOR SALE-Good house and five acres Breaker & Co. 24-tf Os your oubocrlptlonT Von kaow?
    t you want a square deal call on W. Arnold KiBsimmwe, Fla. 41-lf of land alongside of Midland railway, WE NEED THE MONEY
    H. Farmer who has 3 houses on ,- --- WE-Have listed some of the most desirable 3 miles from Kissimmee. Good stable. I AN intelligent person may earn $100
    1i Mabbette street that can be bought FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit property on the market, both Price$250cash. P. G. Cromartie 38tf monthly corresponding for newspa' '

    i cheap if bought, soon. 38tf grove with 250 bearing trees, city and county, which we offer at pers. No canvassing. Send for par- I'l I --
    t five acres muck and ten acres pine the lowest prices to be obtained FOR S ALE.."rTen-acre orange and grapefruit ticulars. Press Syndicate B 2245, I
    FOR SALE-A 12 ga. automatic shot land in cultivation, thirty and one- There is no padding of prices by us, grove, good crop on it, house of Lockport. N.Y. I,
    gun, practically new Inside and out. half acres unimproved land fiveroombox every piece of property sold< at exact 7 rooms, one-half mile from railroad. I l-I Il
    r f First $22.60 gets it. See it at Makin- house, good barn and well. The price placed on it by the owner. Cheap for cash, -Apply to R. M: \OU-Are thinking of coming to Flor- ,
    4 W son's. R. G. Canova. 33tf improved{ land all under good fence. Write us your requirements and we Moseley, Gotha. Fla. 38-4tpd ida. Of course you want the best ,
    - -- This property on the north side of will do our beet to please you, by property for the least money. "We OUR .
    FOR SALE-Some nice, round well seasoned Eaat Lake four miles from Narcoos- showing just the kind of property you can fill your requirements, whetherit
    I cypress fence post Delivered see, nine miles from Kissimmee. desire. ... M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf FOR RENT be a city lot, five or ten acre tract, 4KNOWLEDGE '
    anywhere in town. S. W. Downing. Price $4.500, $2,600 cash balance one a section of land, or a twenty thousand -' TIME, ,

    36*tf. year. 1-1. M. Breaker & Co. EUREKA ADDITION-We have sold DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til- acre tract. Write us regardingyour '
    fP FOR HONEST and square dne--Is in all - 11 of tboae'excellent lots in the past ler. wants. Every piece of propertysold
    S kinds of real estate, call on or write FOR SALE-163 twelve acres week. Come let us show you. We at exact price placed on it by the For Sale and
    6+ W. H. Farmer?Box 322. 16-tf i cleared, balance/tires pine land with have a few-2 acre and several 6-acre. ROOMS TO RENT-Either single or owner. No padding of prices on EXPERIENCEin
    M -- --'j I clay subsoil; 200 bearing tracts in Pinedale the popular suburban en suite; suitable for light house property listed with us for sale.I..
    + r'' HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes. i orange trees on place. Four room home district. Those large lots I keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simpson. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf the

    % ,J 4" Call and see them. H. C. Stanford 1 cottage, good barn and other out in Rose Addition (129x1371 feet) are 3-tf.
    i Company. 19-tf i buildihgs. Located five miles west ideally located cheap and on easy ERNEST L. GREEN SIGN WRITER
    1, FOR RENT.-Nicely furnished room, -Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I
    | of Orlando, on good clay road. For terms. Plenty good things to inter
    ; '' BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting; price, terms, etc., address Box 256, eat yon if you will come let us show with or without board, with private guarantee all work. Let me figure Printing Business
    "' r- a of a half block' located in the best | Orlando, Fla. 19-6mos-pd you. Nelson Realty Co. 38tf family, on Church street. Mrs. Kulp. with you on that job. P. O. Boa
    neighborhood in the city. Will sell 38 tf 189. Klasimmee, Fla. 16-tf .
    td to who will improve it I HAVE a five thousand acre tract of ...-
    only party to HOUSE of
    ,
    i seven rooms on large lot,
    correspond with surrounding prop- I 108x208 feet with fine shade tre .. excellent; timber land for sale so cheap I FOR RENT-Two fnrnished rooms NICE-Centrally\ located home on beautiful '1"1"
    erty. Full particulars and price to I 1 good well. This la located that it will astonish 'you. Well located city center. Address, .Box 126, Kissimmee corner lot, only three blocks We hare
    interested party. H. M. Breaker I on one of the marled property streets, right in on beautiful lake; close to rail I . Fla. 36tf from Broadway, house is lighted every facility
    &Co. 81-tf the fastest section of the road. It will pay you to investigate L -with electricity, has bath toilet and for turning out the very i i
    .. growing this. Better write for full informa- Some nice'rooms for light .
    RENT sink best
    ---- -- I city, and can be purchasedYor a short FOR kitchen ; new cement sidewalk; clue of work in the r.
    AND SHRUBBERY. For tion today. Downing Realty Co. housekeeping. All modern convenience house contains"sevenrooms Including
    TREES shortest
    time for .f.-
    only $1700 half cash balance possible
    Ar"v time.
    .4 ornamental trees 88-tf. S. W. Downing. 36-tf. feet
    shrubbery
    njit trees, or six and twelve If bath room; lot 120x160 extending .
    months.
    .,I rr i of any kind write W. R. Speer, you SALE. Combination and .. > *_ > to. 16-foot alley. We can Let at figure with yon on .
    H. FOR -
    see us quick. grove
    yi. ._Orlando, Fla., and get prices 84-tf I M. Breaker. Co: . 81-tf trucking land, comprising about 321 fOR RENT-New Bungalow. 5 I) rooms offer this beautiful horn on very year printing-We knowwe ':i
    .f.,' BEE before.buying acres; located t of a mile from Ry. and large closet, plastered, electric reasonable terms Full particulars can satisfy yon. I R
    t ogeuality.hoes l-tt FOR SALE=Six-rootli house, 'modern.. station school and church f four miles lights; will be completed by September to interested parties H. M. Breaker
    __ j 3 blocks from P.t}. Beautiful viewof from. Kissimme; about i excellent 10thlocated one block from High & Co. 24-tf ... i,;
    FOR EXCHANGE.-Pittsburg income lake, porches 'and veranda.in front fruit land,' balance splendid trucking School- building; beet ,.water. Alsoi ,
    : 4' property; will, take good automobile and one aide, porch! on other side of land;'unimproved; plenty,timberfor; hne for sale; 80 acresland FOR SALE-.White Wyandottes (Dus- Gazette
    II r .r Florid*property?' Frank M. Doyle, house. Immediate possession. Price fuel; very era .6 per acre; cottage, best water packinghouse .tin strain)f; $5 a trio; year old pullet Job Dept <

    ..: '/ ..,:. .w;; Gry. ton4 hotel KIssinunee, Fla. I $1600 for short time only;:terms if desired time on part, If 4esired.' Nelson Realty etc., well located.' sox 345.' $1 each. Pinedale Chicken Farm. .
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