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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 22, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00508
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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. :A.t :Peace With God , . ... .., Attempt Made "Upon_ y :

:r'/ And MyFellowmaii" '' Board'"/\ :of j Trade;rr" f? t:;,/:i .:the Life, of'"R. O. Meek l

;. M The regular meeting of the Board of Trade -, ;

. will be held Monday night"at 7:30 o'clock lathe Is Fired Upon by Soine'hc' Concealed' I
Were the Words' of .Brother Egbert Gillette, Who,Is , Behindthe'Shrubbery.'as .,
Council mber. Matter that-vitally '
'v He Enters thetFrontrpoor of')
in Jail Here Charged With Aiding Sister Sadie '..
: the of Kissimmep will
w .. affect welfare be presented His Home, 'But, Escapes Without
Marchant "Pass Out of the Body.' ; Injury.!
-' ,' C tit this meeting, and it U earnestly ,

hoped that member will find it convenient '
, Another chapter has been written Inthe Egbert. Gillette will yet walk forth a T every I Mondayjiight about.Jl, o'clock' theI the front door -and found it locked and

Shaker chloroforming c..... I free man without the semblance' of a > "to be present', promptly at the hour I, stillness that usually reigns in Kissim was'feeling; for the 'door-bell when a'?

The coroner's jury which" met at St. taint upon his honest name.. named.- There are certain plans maturing mee at that hour was broken by the report shot was fired at the corner of the vet

Cloud son Tuesday, and which was pr,- Letters have been received at'thla office of a gun fired somewhere on North anda-just'to. hlalgbt: he ran off 'the) c
persons In walk of life that if carried: to a successful conclusion! will Broadway 'and
skied over bjrOwnty Judge G. F Parker from every upon investigation It the porch to the left side, jumped the

and competed of Z. Barager, O. P. and not one but what expresses the firm make:-KUsiminee the most .important inland wu learned that W Mr. R. O..Meek fence and ran to a rindow in the) rest

Junn, M. W.Lawton. IAn Dougherty. belief In the Innocence of the Shaken. city in Florida beforethe! close of the who had just returned from attending; a part i of the) house, 'pulled the blinds "
It: L. Mercer and J.. B. Shiner hjeard/ The) following; alter la from!: a gentleman ; year meeting of the Masonic order; was In open''and limed in, instructing his wife

but two witnesses, both for the state who lives in Pennsylvania,but who 1912, but- this can. only be done. by a concerted the'act of entering the .door. of his I to tUI' the lights u someone was 'i

and returned the'following verdict:'' own an extensive: property near the action on the part of all our people, borne which Is in the center of ''the trying-to kill him,-he. then got; his pistol d rf?'>]

*fWe, the coroner' J jury, impaneledto Shaker colony: block on the'south aide of the Midland which be found was rusted and
consider,the testimony in the case of "In a purely technical cold-blooded and as the,Board of Trade is the only com- railway, where some one fired1at biro, : would not revolve went out'on tb.l

*">: E. B.Gillette accused haying' brought legal sense, a crime was committed, mercial organization in the city that has lori a shot gun being,.the weapon used. -' back porch: and looked through latticework '
Sadie Marchant to death at Ash ton by JUSt as if a robbery were committed if of conditions For a time our people were at a loss but could not see .or hear any,
t. insane of chloroform administered to you had a garden full of fralts....and .. object the,bettering generaally u to what should be done under the circumstances ' thing suspicious he telephoned sheriff

, the said Sadie Marchant find him to be vegetables; ripening and rotting; oivthe it is eminently-proper to expect that if as such-things are so-unus-' about five minutes after shot was ired. :+Nt

:i:,Y guilty of wilful murder." ground because :you 'had no use for you desire your city to grow and prosper, you 1 1I ual here and it was not until Mr. Meek Mr. Meek testified that the defendant 1
f'This verdict wu not made public until them, and a starving man was passing had called up the'sheriff's office by telephone is hit step-father and has been-intajc- "

Wednesday morning u the .officers your garden and climbed the fence and will come to the meeting Monday night and and,that official had arrived on onlitic toward! him for. the put two: \

;it V -desired! to place Brother Gillette under took an orange. But Justice, thoughI share your part of tlte1enA. the scene and began an investigation; yean the falling out having occurred
that such a blind should be credited with the power that anything definite wan brought out
*"*, arrest before he was aware I over a business transaction and that
what is right under the exIsting S. NELSON, of the : '
tu verdict had been rendered.To |lof knowing tangle. the defendant has repeatedly threatened '
many who are familiar with court circumstances. H. CLAY STANFORD', President. Upon a* post on the north end of Mr. his life during that time on one occasion

procedure this verdict reads" eculiar. I 1 In my opinion the Shakers. did a very a Meek'a front porch and which is about drew a large knife on him and :a
it is and praiseworthy act. One that Secretary. twelve feet from the front
as it ii generally understood that kind door: war another time threatened him wffh' a

__** w.11.1....... t\-o....-. province of a coroner'sI1V1 required courage. An act that was done I found a powder stain at least two feet piece of iron lIad settlement, on the r
, jury to determine the weight of the I' out of love and sympathy for the sick long, showing that the person who fired 14th, when be paid Mr. Turlington 4,

guilt of the accused but merely to establish one. Under similar circumstances I _u_ the gun held its muzzle close beside the 2000, and thought there was' a cotn-
the cause of death and who if should be pleased to have!' some kind I post and footprints were found as well plete reconciliation. On cross examin-

committed the deed, there- I friends do as much for me. tobacco. -spit where the-would-beas- atl6B the witnesTlKlmltted f thai he had" ';I"-
any person
t L lore beyond queption..thi. jury ex-I-I If I bad-a dog suffering! agony, withno Five tfundred andTwentySix sassin evidently stood. A tree at the been Invited to meet defendant and Us

ceeded all and every right possibility of its getting relief, 1 southern end of the porch bore evidenceof attorneys in a friendly conference, but
that Egbert would feel that I was doing it a kindness shot having cut off saute of the smaller '
when it rendered a verdict j declined upon advice of hl. .attorney.' J t y
Gillette was guilty of wilful murder.! I I to put it to sleep. Should a suffering Children branches and Mr. H. E. Swabey The sheriff canieup but in the darkness

The jury before whom the accused will ]I human being! be denied as much who was sitting on the front gallery of nothing could be determined but he jt

be tried will determine the status of his kjndness as we would bestow on a dumb the Graystone hotel at the time was returned early neit morning when the a '
crime and fix his guilt, if he be found animal I think' the act of the Shakers" Enrolled the First ,Day of the Fall Term of Osceola struck in the breast with a buckshot, kituatlon!, was thoroughly 'looked over:; '

guilty of, violating the law. eminently proper and praiseworthy. although it did him no damage.. md tracks were 'discovered leading

Brother Gillette was arrested at the During the put week the sensational High School---Splendid Corps of Teachers. The question then was who could from the back alley to the place where

Shaker colony on Wednesday by Deo- papers have printed columns of stuff have possibly been the guilty party. the wouldbe assassin stood and' out

uty Sheriff Whldden and brought about "great" and wonderful" develop- and at once everyone's jt-hougbt Jurhed j again into the alley he identified gun f pi(
this city and lodged in jail to await thee' ments that would come out at the trial; Monday marked the beginning In what exchanged: for new books at the rate of to Mr. d. C.Turlington, the stepfather said to belong to Mr; linrton.1'' "",: ;.

action of the grand jury::'which does that the stomach and lungs of the deceased will be the most successful school yearin I fifty per cent of the cust of the new of Mr. Meek as,it was known that he I Mrs. R. 0.,Meek followed<< and .'.corroboratod -, '

not convene until November 28th although sistet showed upon examination: the history of Osceola county. books and that the Kissimmee Drug had'a violent hatred tor his stop-son, her husband In the 'main, Y

It is the. intention of Brqther by a chemist, that she was not in an adVanced t 8730 on that morning five hundred Co. were the authorized agents of the the cause for which being that at the essentials-' of bis testimony,. and also'' f,

TCilletU) to petition the circuit judge to.. stage of tubercolosis. and twenty-six children assembled in School Board for the sale ot new books. I death'- of Mrs. Turlington about two identified a gun belonging/.to' M*. Torlington -: ,;

be released on bond until the regular But the real facts are that Sister Sa the auditorium of the Osceola High The order was then given for the years and a half ago it was found that which she gave to Mr.'G.'W. '.

term of court. die's bofy(! was exhumed quiet a-re- School and listened' to words of wisdom, children to march to their respective she had willed all of her property to her Bass to be delivered to dete d nt. 'She r

The jury made no mention in its report port that she was in a delicate conditionat and advice given them by several cit- class rooms, and the'alght of those five 1 son, R. O. Meek although .the property also stated that all the other windows w

9f Slater Elizabeth-Sean'who, according the time of her death,"supposedly the izens who are ardent admirers of the hundred and twenty-six children leavingthe had been deeded to her by Mr. Turling were barred; except 'the\ one through

M the story of Brother Gillette, outcome of intimacy with one of the school and their beloved principal,-R. auditorium in perfect form was one ton not long before'her death and was which Mr.'Meek ent red,;stating,that '
brothers and upon examination of the grandest and most imposing for, Mr. Turlington claims wholly I
" assisted him in administering; the chlo- Shaker M. Evans. ; paid this one was protected by guava bush
"i reform which brought 'death to Sister abe was found to be as pure a 'Virgin as The-regularity the preciseness, the sights It has ever been 'our pleasure to with .his money. By this deed,; Mr.Turlington growing just outside and she 'felt secure .

' {f' 'Marchant. In her case the bond under ever,mother cradled to sleep. .and further exactness, the punctuality with' wElch! ) witness.. Not'a 'eound''was'heardex- ; ; who is nearing the seventy-', in leaving 'it unfastened; said defendant
,v/ her lungs and entire system'were cept the,tramp, tramp of the scholars! mark wasjeft) penniless. Although
M( .: which she was placed by the county both teachers and student deported year told herbs would no more) mind
': 'when the preliminary hearing found jp be In an advanced stage i or themselves at the opening exercises\on every eye turned to the front; and the last week a compromise was effected killing meek'than a rattle-snake:
- ;Judge _. consumption. That is the report" that teacher of, every.class: standing guardas between the two whereby Mr. I '
1-- held -.> ; thrna.. weeks aan_. will Monday was & true, index as to the char men. ChU. Prevatt Jr.. deputy sheriff
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WKa BUM.*? - will be made at the trial of Brother Gil- does an'annT captain over his company Meek paid to Mr. Turlington the sum of
stand. It in $2,000. Her case also must acter and manner in which Osceola I went with his father to make Investigation
await the action of the grand jury. !She' lette.: At present there are only three High School is oonduct
was not rearrested and will not be unless members of the Shakers at the colony 8:30: the doors of the school house were This ended the opening exercises and in the property.It barn; (Turlington boards with Mr. '
order -Elder Ezra Stewart Sister Elizabeth to the the school term of 1911-12 became .a generally known that Mr.: barrel ;
the state attorney sees fit to opened and the children went yas Baast); the right hand of which
Sears and a sister whose name we failed last session- and fact Turlington; looked-upon Mr. Meek as his had been "w.
her placed In jail. several rooms occupied recently fired gun covered -
. to learn. Brother Egbert Gillette is in l The, following compose the faculty: and Mr. Meek held the
visited in the at the tap of a bell marched in greatest enemy with several bran sacks also found< :'
Brother Gillette was jail awaiting the action of'the judge of Principal-R. M. Evans. regarding his step-father '':
representative of file to the !grand auditorium on the-third same opinion ; a pair of shoes' In"Turlington's room ,
jail yesterday by a and was asked if I' the circuit court as to the amount of floor the primary grades occupying the Assistant Principal Miss Almena and as Mr. Meek told the sheriff he be- which were damp and covered with +

the Valley Gazette, statement, and his bail. Brother William Brackin is'i front seats. and those of the higher Leitner. lieved M'r. Turlington fired the shot it sand as if they had been used In the 1,(,
he desired to make any being detained by the sheriff at his residence First Grade-Misa Emma Yowell. but natural that Sheriff Prevatt ,
numerical order the was and 'Which {
that )he had! nothing to grades in in rear night or early morning, ha./ ?
his answer was to testify on behalf of the. state being First Grade Assistant-Miss Rachel should turn his attention In that direction -
but as the reporterwas I every seat being filled and many compared with the tracks In Meek'syard i
"1 say at this time when the case is tried. Leaks. \ his search resulted in the find
Brother Gillette graspedhim forced to stand in the aisles, and in the and and found they corresponded. ;
leaving Those at the colony are attending to Second Grade-Miss Effle Lawson. ing of a shot under some old sacksin .
him straightin coming in and going; out of this army I gun Johnson Williams and his wife (colored i
and looking
by the hand said, friend say for their dally duties and interfering with of children there was not the semblance Third Grade-Miss M. C. Bryan the barn of the place at which Mr. ) who live on the alley,in the rear of '' ; f
-the eye, : "My no not seeking notoriety nor discussing Fourth Grade-Miss Edna McKenzie. the having
one Turlington boards one
that in the passing of disorder, every teacher having her ; gun Mr. Meek's residence save conflicting lo.l:
me to the world wound this unfortunate affair although scholars under complete control. fourth Grade. Assistant-Miss Louise barrel empty of a shell, and a wad found'In testimony. to hearing someone open ....
deeper ,
away of Sister Sadie a they freely and frankly answer any Professor Thomason. Mr. Meek's yard fitted the gun. The and their house :
left in heart than I ever thought The exercises were opened by a gate pass about, the ,....
was my this earth, question asked. Evans, who asked for absolute Fifth Grade-Miss Martha King. tracks made by the man who fired the time of the shooting Pi
could be made by any act on Would that Osceola county had ten Sixth Grade-Mies Cleo the shoes
: Wooldridge. fitted well with usually
announced that all would join gun that'he
fondly. ever father quiet and Sheriff Prevatt testified was f
I loved her
for as
thousand such people within its borders. soundas Seventh-Grade-Miss EmmaFutch. by Mr. Turlington; as well sa he
i-j wt..... child, but T_ could; n.not_ see her 'in l America, and such.a worn called to Mr. Meek's residence shortly It
vesuffer Eighth Grade+Mian AlbinA_ _Smith__ known to be an habitual tobacco
as she was doing and not give went forth from that auditorium n.m nn was after 11 o'clock Monday.night/: but in '
her relief. 'I would have been an inhuman I BOY SCOUTS was never before heard in Kissimmee. Ninth Grade-Mrs. Bessie Simpson. chewer. I the darkness could only make a cursory ?
Music and Expression;: -Miss FannielAw"e. With this evidence to on, the sheriff
then read a go
God of Rev. .Bunyan Stephens told him he
monster in the sight of the I I examination, Meek suspect
under arrest
had failed to answer the cry scripture lesson from the second chap placed Mr. Turlington ed'Turlington, and asked that he put ,
us all if I \
in Qty Friday Night
Organized Art Department-To be supplied. morning, and yesterday he was
the Tuesday
at '
of that innocent child, 'give me peace, ter of 2nd Timothy beginning his blood hounds on the track but both'dogs 1
Dr. S. W. W. H. Funk In a conversation with the writer given a preliminary hearing and was :
Downing.As Rev.
Oh, 'let me die without pain and in By fourteenth verse. were sick and could not be used I.r
both Professor Evans and Mr. W. C. bound to the circuit court, his bond io
live right, and then offered a fervent prayer for the over that night, went next and :,1
to morning
!I' I have tried announced in the Valley Gazette ;
peace was oi the hour of ,
Bass, the latter chairman the School fixed at $2,000. At '
les.lon."fter being
look at these walla surround success of the school during;the made a thorough examination: ]; he cot Jyti
held in
now BS last week a meeting was ;
been y
there bond had not
Board, expressed the belief that going to press the
' which audience joinedin
and let mind wander back the entire roborated statements made by his son ;
ing me my the office of Dr. S. W, Downing-on Friday would be 'seven hundred children I I i"i'
over the more than fifty years'of my night; for the purpose of organizinga singing: ; that beautiful 'hymn "He given. and in addition produced a wad from a '
before of the 1
the roll the end
N ,
> on. year '
r '.- life I cannot recall to mind a person band of Boy ScoUts, LoadeQ,1 Me. I gun which he picked'up near the scene :
who said I ever did him a wrong. I Twenty-four of Kiasimmee's future Processor Evans then invited several and that number all the present :' Mr. Turlington was given a .prelim- corresponding to a box of shells j

live right as I see it and have an abid- governors answered the call and enrolled citizens( who were present to make short building could accommodate,best althoughitfis inary hearing before Justice of the found in Turlington'a,room the buckshot ..:
who talks and Mj. S. J. Triplett, associate one of the.largest and Peace S. H. Bullock yesterday, the also about the "
-" ing -faith in the good God above us, their names in the organization that being same also pa
the and that it wouldbe
knows my every thought; and sees my has for its purpose the making of real .adita) ref,the_ Valley_._ Gazette Mr. R. O. equipped (In state proceedings consuming the entire day. the one that struck Mr. Swabey.Dr. .
every act. With Him I am at peace. men. The boys were unanimous in requesting Meek and Kev. W. u 11. runic responded, absolutely necessary to provide an The lane has attracted unusual attention W. W. Carson lives next door to ?y

If the people of this community where Dr. Downing to take charge' all admonishing the children to use additional,.. "*' "building* within the next: two and the large court room was well Meek and had just returned from Masonic ':
'. I have lived for years, believe ins gOilfy of the band and teach them how to hike' their best endeavors to acquire as much yea filled throughout the entire hearing. lodge, heard shot u be war undressing k

of wrong, I ant ready to abide their over our prairies and around our lakeshores knowledge as possible during their WANT Vans Agnew & Crawtord and R. G. rnd rushed out on porch but It
will and whatever punishment, if ant, but the Doctor thought his business young life a* an education was absolutely Johnston represented the defendant and could not see or hear any. disturbance at -;
to fit man or woman Slate Attorney JohnC.. Jones, assistedby i
they visit upon me, I will bless them connections would prevent hla giving necessary any Meet's.
all very hour in the day, for whatever them the time necessary to thoroughly to take their proper stand in any Valley, Gazette Brings Twenty- Moon & Geiger and G. F. Kribbs, B. Dickerson examined: gun in evidence l if
of walk of life.Professor. appeared for the prosecution.The and bad been dis }:
c: they may do will-be done in a spirit drill ,the boys, and besides he recently "
Letters in Answer.The
Evans delivered a short fiye defendant was arraigned andrileiid t" }
love and justice. And as the reporter had passed the age when "sprinting"was charged. '
passed from hid presence he said'Good- a pleascre. address telling; in plain language what following letter received at this not guilty. Deputy Sheriff Whklden corroborated ';'''; g

bv, my friend and may God bless you The Doctor recommended Rev. Bun- was expected of each teacher and-child office on yesterday shows to what extent : The first witness for the State was the sheriff and stated addition that '

j.' .and lead yogi.into! ,the path of righteous jai\ Stephens for the position of ,cap- during the session that will close next: the Valley Gazette is read, and the H. E. Swabey, who stated that he was Turlington told him that the gun secured -. \ r 1

, glory; *' Where .the man whosIsoulis taint" arid if there is one manln our- city May'., and. stated 'that be would not value of an advertisement. in. its "wantcolumns" sitting on the Graystone veranda when by the sheriff was bis and be placed ,' ;t
: change places with the Pri.aelaf of tile .. Lite shot was.fired and that a spent bullet where it found but If. it fired
a' It was
...i not dead who believes. that man who is hi every way:; qualified ,for the : I was i
..- ,who gives expression to such honest, job, it is Bunyan. Stephens-he la a pert United States that he loved Us work Sanford. Fla.,. Sept,,,''20. 1911 struck him in the chest andell' to itaifrd by.someone else[ than'bim.

Christian,,manlyientlmenta'toild! be feet "athlete, has -a world'of' love for and Intended following, the, professionof Ki..lmmee.ValJey Gazette, the floor (the bullet was put in evidence ae1l." '

I- guilty.of" an.intentional. one. )boys, and a man in whose', keeping'ant I teaching until he had been called toanswer Dear Sir:-Please take out m r adv. and identified by Mr. Swabey.) The state then rested and the defense; ; ,
> whom h*loved as a father and had petted mother, can safely trust her child to'the ;Judge on High for'hls of 25 acres of land for sale. I have sold R O. Meek the prosecuting witness placed R. A. Snyder city'nanhal,'on '3-'
; while here. it. f got; twenty-five letter in regardto stated that he returned home from the the- ..M1
r arid cared for as fondjy as any not er acts the place and bad four offers to send the stand' who testified h. went to "iI,{J.:
eyes drier darling ;If,there is one I in Mrs. Julia Wilson of Nichols is visiting . SuPt W. J. Sear was called upon deed on. Masonic Lodge, about 11 o'clock last scene of the, shooting"'.*,ad'. sietedl'ia., : ,w.;,',:'
n /this eommanitr we have failed to locate her daughter.Mr*!" Paul Tales on. andatatedthatsryngementa; had been "* Yours truly., n ... Monday night; entered_ his gate; and w t. '
,him,!ands just aa acre as,the sun-shines Main I,treat .- mad:wbereby old school book could,bee W1"..SPEza. walked up t on the porch. he tried'the', (Continued{ on fourth pag:-); '

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Curing Jay Crop Jda Football team; 1*_ pending. a few ii'., dobentll...... or by other this or evidencestienaorflatwt any ottier or.09'1)00 1

<* t" L day In Gainesville. lie haa arranged I rafiim or corporation, *."""latluD or. a -Vii,1tlona

Out f Town Buyers 'f'. ;;:; ; "" a. mot, -exponent: \schedule.and reports Of Application for Letters 'Patent I thereof. funilun to exerel or rtoineMio o all the,rightS and whIle sod prteile the ,i._. .'

difficulty: in tn/'ludloK the right to v Ther finding dates for all the ... Experiment
Station wants to call l! and Incorporation. I on., .. *

attention in the moat emphatic team desirous of .try-out' with t eState To eniploy lilt aiirplu. arulnR or a.oo u.J..: .:.'
II manner University : '1'0110' II hereby, tlvcn that tlm unilumlitnolWill cd uniflta In the ovri'h>." or acqulntlonoliiu
to the necessity making' /hay this 8.10..1 tluriUaou ',I ownoatiHalntocli iilillirMloiii" from tlmatZ )'
I nppl ti (lie iiuturiior of the( 'I "
I \... jour wanti can b6 supplied economically i' xear on the part of the farmer of the Mr K. U. Graham, auditor of the .. the lMUid, .y oMKtoUir,LUDI-A A l I.. lull,ANUMA fiirE I nuil Omet.u.*lioW Hi knaid the same' dlreoA ill )HI a- may tryaturv d teru.l to..uL. I?
lter t'ntiml ii
. and quickly from my yards and warehouses state. All the markets In the country university, has resumed> his duties aftera <] UONUUoHl:corporallng OMr'ANY.-uliilvr' tIle tallowI I I ihi-rBHfUT aolil, laau..l ordl |io.ea of wned aiwli. ilu

? on the- building necessities 1 list are ' month' vacation at hU home in West InK ]ropo ml. olmrter ninl article. nf I000rpuntI. | I mifli unmoor us (till dlrvulor maI4'm 1&0.'
I below: '1' lacking/ In this comrno'JityT" t...... a ropy of width ha* .benn filed Iii I tuuotllce I tinitftilife. & <-
: _____ prices: will run high. There are thousands Virginia. He attended (he meeting of .I of Slut oicniiary of Slain' of I1'lurldit I To iniraiio ally nn to soy .tU.L.1I, other not. mid tliluffi anti i
the tv. A. eMil
Board 1
. of acres of our farm land protbocIrjg of Control at Tallahassee.; It H. I,Ulil.> .\M I ..l/.e""l.o/ any and all other powcra which atay
J ." ", "- " Urne.: Atlas Portland Cement :.Prat hit- ... ....r '. xMHilent or convenient. In .
; large J. W,,.Zvller; assistant in the Jli.JL) .MACAIITICLK'I LltOlJt.iH I "' ) | ouniH
; graescropi which are allowed TlOrUnn Wilh fir d.duion to the ba">ct '
I :. : J ELK'SPaving ta wither and department of mechanical engineering I I bu.luc'j',iB luwtubuforo\ 1"' Brick decay. This should hot has arrived I OF JSOIllO"\TIOI; f AND VttOPOHKD uuratui) allllI corpuralitiu of lll. eharacteirmn
I . ,\ be BO when it is so'easy to make first- in Gainesville to enter upon (, CHAKlhK OK LI'11IAMIoU/ \ U' (' ful y "k* mid yxerolHO, and to du any

. Fire Brick ''' class his duties in connection with the department MAI; IxUMH't:; ( IIMI'A. :''Y, I tit".1) nil of 'thu hIlMIIC.J..S. or blues before t II OD,
The uuderll.I..rehv: a.Hol 'lalt 1 lloniBelve'Ujg ttoiutl ; Press Brick | To make fresh herbage into is ,iilier' for the imrpoNe of bo OIIIHIK incorporatoil I in I the Intention tlmt all the objects i ipoucrn ae" 1
hay to under the laHHOf I" 'rtunes' oontafn.nJ
hrIfl. < la
I Common-Brick .' Prof. L. W. .1..1110.01.811.1| i_..
L I evaporate the moisture in it before the Seeley of the engineering Arlloln I The naui of tlm ,.orpurnllon. paragraph' ,-t-lmll ,."....I.t. hero otherwise ex npifirhtii
rt "Cra v nette''lmpervious Fire BrickFULLER'S leaf faculty, has been spending few ...;.11. be LUliLAM' AM) MAT MiNOlHHCOMPANY. (III. MH ,I""rll rlll'h. tif nmvlHOlliititedovnErt
j .. | structure is destroyed by the hot a ; li'. principal' I linn' of I buniiu' 'Mirtt, 't,-d hy' .. t t.'. or Ill fI' oooe fiom thefti
: :
mm. No mowing should days in Leesburg Fla., where he is engaged Klmll bu In (lie IHol: Kif \ltnint;: : i*' OM tIll't..tiIity .rni.v of nn>' oilier' lfu- ol I MH or say other"IsraKfapli
1' I.. Peninsular Brand Roofing never be done in civil ; Slate til f loriiln but it mn) .*..(lHblli. ' ,' in I nun',I .I'r.!' but, that Ibe o..j.. ....,...%.
when the grass i is. wet with either dew engineering work for the Qftli .... antI. MgiHif' ''ii'H 'in other places tie mnj ,IMntreitaary ,nd. jM'>" cn t<,pM.,iiMtl, I.. ikHt'h of the (.I.u..oti iT
11 Metal'Shingle*, Slate Roofing Tile Roofing or"rain. If or 0 iu\ene HArtiilu '. I lilt ixmiftmpli' uliHll' I I", Liirdod a. iudnprn.di ... ./
,i> one gets into the field a little city.The '. :rliw KIIIII tnl I CIII U re : I' "'nl. ltlj.l j *. HIM., POM' "' r. 1 hlif r hnrter may be '
CHEROKEEBOON last legislature made tLu tra. hai teil l I. | Conn, I.II\:,: ,: il"I I :I : I , .
a i
too early of a morning.or generous > >-HII' I aim"ndi'"it f from I timn HI u I.r n< HM provide )>y law ,

f Cement Plaster late of an afternoon the result stays too j appropriation for the purchase of new buying: .,. .luannig,: "or..oUurui.ii. "..acquliluK.!:.. Im-: J j rna or JiLriafLi cueclrd.Alt1'ICIE.. '

Wood Fiber Plaster I . will bemoiur law books. The selection of these books deveboj..hii(;; i.-i iliurigas' i I;;K:'ad ir,aig -anti ";.x'IO;; Ii,K' I : I p
r hay. Owing to our moist climate Ia.If 1.,01.. (C"'o"l. ."cI "...I.I''t", "I l'Vt' I) 1 h. Hinountof, the t Hptta! Htork authorized .
,0_ Terra Cotta Drain Pipe I we had better wait until. the and has been given careful considerationand t'It.FaCSCF ; to' 11W.11. nisI iitlilii ii"d (,,J.rsl..betel, i hliHll 1 h<: TWO 1I1I1I<1llIn.1, Kilty '1 hounaad' I H
I grass the law Vet.hultra iI. 'olor por 0' .dI deeerlI.t, "lll.' toow'lI Dollarx. divided iulo'Iwo-lliotihiind Flv. Huo. .,J
;: Terra Cotta Sewer Pipe ,t ground are thoroughly dry'before we school library willTle greatly ....crll.... le..eJeir,.. ole' a..1 "Ili' 0''111,1' III NlmrcH ,sI,( I tin- ,paraluu, ol One Hundred U
I Granite Curbing *. start the strengthened and its efficiency increased dot k.t. wharto-. CIeeit.r.. lftI.l., ..trttig', ii'iexcsvakrs '., j"-I I .... Hfh j
mowing machine. In a spellof ; lu buy a.'qilre. hold. n, j'It'lti''I Au\ purl. or nllof. call, ,'alil lit 1 stuck rosy .be
Nails, Etc., Etc. (dry weatrfbr) one can make and by these additions. The work of the niortgnKi. iel I .i.| erali, <. ;jill:lOll: 1> "Imii.i :!, :ion I jMtvaoK. cither' I lu twit <>r in ,property' labor orMMIM'H I ;'
c I more College of Law will be Hlruoi, aoNlgu trabK/er and trade, lu au>' and nil ; I tit n )jiiNlaliiHtimi. ) lo bu Ilxed by ta, ,.
better hay,. if not in too much of hur, more practical liuiida, 'uo'". inurcliaiullie, and 1 prupirt, of oriMMHtniH.. or by' ih. dirwtom. at a meeting
i 4 Telephone' or telegraph at my expense for pricesanil ry of a and ,.| than ever this year; Stress is laid upon every c aan and description, : to. iiianulni-tunconcreteami i'iilh I .d fur M, '\\1"1"'.'' ali not
morning by mowing ,too "hI ,'k and I.. n.n-uii., l lot Well / h liit'orpnin,4. : m or Iirei.t-"ira as tA th. value ,\
j particulars. Long Distance! I'hone 207.W. late of an afternoon for when the all subjects of.the adjective law. Flor- SOIL other porHnnnIIruin or "i'''rl'oruIOiti' tilt"walks ul, i nub prompt' labor. or HHrvlreH shall. In then I-
prop. ida Pleading and l'a'llIlIo. )h..t. (rICh I lp., cno,'luiUo upon stotkhol, *
__ er conditions prevail hay can be put in and Practice is studied Attic.a .(. 1.'Ito amount nf the lapllul, I htoi k dt'r* it ui.1 Hll partio. ,nliujf I I with the co/npauy.
the barn the throughout the entire senior year while aiiiliurUod ahall b.. Forty 'houmiml I i'lo cm< U"I 1 I I h.. ""lh"I1"I".lt, ,,, 'lH'k may balmueu. andpiiiil
day after li is cu't.Th the lIsts. illvKk-ii Inlo' four lliiiiiir<.d slier,.. n J I for HI,' nut, 'h time i>r ttim. nnd uiron auolt ;--
(' stage! utwhich to cut hay' and weekly sessions of the Moot court tlieparalunof' (tilt. Hundred (lino' li't) I !brIne ntul <.oiiditioiih *N th** 'lioard, of directors
our .
R. FULLER furnish occasions for the Any: part or all I of .aM apllal I .t a'l k. itnix dttttiuiiii. 11..1 I It iua>' In* tin-.reaMU I from
b .. /get the best! results is one of the problems correlation of. j hid> be paialilt ott ,her :In: ,'nsli or ,in :In'-:Fl> linn I i hI ("Ill. 1""II.llho, amount(, Hinted In tlie j
to be legal theory and practice. labi.ror. .en'l'e. HtaJciBt talnalluii In "1' lix' I Iny iCllti'( r pr.iditl(. t Ioy IlIwItTII'I.K -
; Office, YanlH anti SaliwoomsHENLWY : settled. Grass dos not de- l the Inoorporatortt. \
.: ) & KNIGHT'S TERMINALS UTioraU'jfor The curriculum of the State University A rlie! 4 Tlm biminvaa of the I'orporalloli, .. .. \ ( 1 I I'nI i .
hay by .
standing! in the field sli.1 I buiotidiiiKxl, t nrp. 'tnitinn I .h.1 I I Isistsill'CCsIOii by It*
FHANKIIN STREETII. has been widened for the b> a Prexldinliielnr.I ) < urpomit, I itiiiiit* I I aud .
IH exlil
FOOT or until it iM a few coming """I. und i i'd'ril'l4us| ) to : prpl
t days over-ripe so much Hel..I..r and I noiHurer. .,i.h a I'UHI"I tUH' I '. g
: 1' as the hay does when )'1.'lIr. Instruction ir\ ( ubhc speaking is or l bh..tor. ioiiKiHting p of not ..... I II.HII llun. ) \It''II'LI "
TAMPA FLORIDA I lying on the ground 'liar "lurv than 'f
live .
under the 'direction of Professor nituibtrx 1 I I h> lit.s I I' o( tb,' roriHiriftl, I'll. ihsll Iw oon-
i for the name number of James Tlie following nainiHl. pi IMOIIH linll U illolllielnto ,; : ;: ,: : : , 1
j.y I days. So we 'Ii.I i< U d \t.u\ i rt suit, 'nl. H \ i I. i u'r.eI'it'llt.I'l seem l,
} ";"II:' had\ better Madison Chapman, doctor of oratory. coiulucl Un I .bimliiiKx of I Un I "nil,. I tnr' > ami' ( roll' 01, M.nd H l,'>Hnl of direetora
delay rutting for a few days t The I""YIIIIIII the Itt'r. hhnll I >e'i'I I. i 'ml I at lln ,,nvivtinb, > ,''I i ii.I, :i'I I 11'.,M :Dm 11I tlm:, i' nor :tuore thin ,V
__ r I i department of education has boon llr.lclii'tuiti' IIf 011I. iH ol I In. 1,1>| ( .
if oiii BUIm .
ttt the wealber/ is in any unsettledthan 1 .I H ) 114, *' HIM,,,(MI-1 iiu, 'nn'ml','i i '.f .lin''lo to b* 'A
Khali I
way I lie ,
IlIh-d. 1\ .
: strengthened by tin- addition! R. qu. .. Amllli L'r.9'l.I' inII l 1,1.1, l.> 'Hi" -to, ,. .11..1.10) ) 5- 'in t tit.' 1 l.'law. (nl' j
of I ,
: Prof. 1.1101(
I ,
and \ it 1 I'rtttl.-nb '
try rush when CIII. i ii M I MM l I I'' ,
things think tlmt 'irt I tl I' IK ,
we ' 'I
Him( i .0 )hold
. 1'
t HarVeyV. "iiBli .t..y ".,,1 'I 1 IniiKiinr. mil,, I'*\ .. ,. ..
,,1 OCO'OOIO:aOCfCf>C'IOo: (>C'-aO: !> t the grass Cox. doctor of philosophy I' .r lli.- .m.( ) ti <.1"|"i 11 lilt. ,iii'i.s'" |' .hliJeiitand, J
!) is h.I .
> cOCOC)OCOCXII npienough to cut and run "( II niluni. ". HII.I, u. M Mu,,, l>"'in."Hull .." iriiiiin'. -I I. U l", ,
t of r T" .1 ("I i'-r. ",
Harvard University. Candidates forth I coliptltuti. Hie, Ilniiril.. ..I I I II",' )
the .. .
risk of ..
loss I.I .
it J. CRANFOHD S. L. tUPFER in quantity or C. A. CABSON. A. ] and I 'Ill .
; I .4i|mi'lb| bi' 'I.-".t l lnuallj i" i,", 1.,. . I I" .
( degree of baihelor of 5,5' < >ni I.i.' i tlu o''i'' i ih
V lce.Pr.. .ld..nt. S..cNlAry hay. The value of science may lin the llr.l Monlily. hi l" iiiiui.l, '..'il company .)
1 r. President one Ion of well-cured 1 oar 1 until, I It.. .. 11 Cit. ,,11.I -h,i,i, I I... .1,.. ,iou.1 tit lh*
1 hay excec-ds' that Of two now take their major work in the political Artli. -, 1 r.1..1.! I u 1.01''f oil,I", r..1 -tiul unipaity,, shall j
tonu of moldy TinUrm I of I ixlHtam'u of ("|it l I. IriJl"i" '0'
I I.
(' ' !11,1 l
1 I i 1 ,.. ,, 'I"l
..l .I j tuff.i sciences. A strong course in Biblicui I "ha II JC"ll"1, '< '- 11" juan. I "' >
I U b '1' m,_ i'l._ . ..._..........". ..'.......11.. ....."l""...,... I"h E: | I :\Vi\ I.r"| "'litNKlnKII ,
i+ ran grass which is the most instruction haH "been arranged for la" II ''I.rol.rl''I'| Mai aud. ndopt by l I. \. fmlln. UvlMI K I ) Hi\M.\\;" i. lrMid,' ,, 'm and ,]
I '
t KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO., i ant grass on our sandy lands abunI'j/ students! for desirous of preparing themtelves I i Ian\amt(*/ II'liltill nUcil, or of flu npialtd\ ;I.ffai'r.,h'and"nm tin} I lit.h,) pn aM'_\ i i'k-'l H'K',.' I I ur l iuri( :r...toru mil nc4i ul Mild, 1 ihr c<$pt''.a'.lItltr- .j 4?

I !i I cut after the/ first t stalks of bloom beginto various phases) of Christian I tlicrtinArtliloT'. I h .Ii......lit, Hii'l ...till\ ,'r.111,11 be sleet,,) .
i' t I work Seven The hlKlii'K| nnioillM,, ol 111..1. I l HtiiniiiiU' ill 'the JII.I1,,.,..
: candidates for ndvanctdilegrees'were 1I..r !Iliiblhtv Inof si< 1".r..1 "eu'h I
show na it lo Mb lill I'I'e'' nil. ,
depriciates in value quickly or.n| ' Hi nil nl' MHT, I" , Hi''
kllllllllt 'HI
: S4HI1 1 I'IJ]
I enrolled in the ; an) tlinu I IC ijlo'i t It,,'If. thai I 1 bi, h .ut.,, ) 1lnu,, ,
'. : I _when it gets riper. situ l I uiomxnm( ') l>ilinr I AM I l i(1( 1 IK'I '. "

_' 4, Rough and Dressed I On the TIl>avit>r' school] last! year and excellent opportunities Ann lo >,. Ilii nHinen atI) .,.,j.I"11I. i..s nf ,tin. I.I h: coil';I IIIi': .rp.irllll..s.hall I: :i:: | \ N'Is.ll) ) ISO ripproprfnU -
oifs of ;
the ::
: state pnr 1- 50 leo rlblna.: I It (orporator, .. I tilt,'th,'r ulth I tin a'. 1 fmil n 1 i I.\ l Is. H for tIi.'giiverfl-(
arc" afforded
: ticularly in the western this therein, for wiwnUlic lio.inbir of ahnriM of the author At'il iHfllal slii'l, f 'itn litlair0.1 i tllii'isiut'lit' vt iih Its srtlr ?
part plant :
research and the mastery of investigational htiM'k Bubhcribixl f'ir by i Wl h, urcnn fnilowi* I ( 'I 1* H of IIK'< rico at:ii m HI i',1 I.I hon\ \\ ih* I.I'
has an important POllliol1 as a hay pro- W. A. "-',ill 4., hlo.IO..II'e. Morhla lap' nitnrt'-. of flnrtdn w'nI.'tt I l'Ltt.t.l bay he uuimdnd or
PINE LUMBER (lucer It I methods. K. II Ijitdlalil. .KiMsiiumci. .. Fl.trill.. I I'm' hliHfe i, *. r1'\\)*H!lc"d I ft. lila' > >," pi i..t'. 1.10,1.\ I nt ..llI .by'UwsHIh -
comes as a catch in the' (i I. M. Macl> .
crop oliouKh. 1 KHI| .|Ill.... < I 1'I..rl.llI. I HO I I .\ I II' :
corn fields and other sprmg-plunted kbarvaSTATBOF. The hfctuHt. Hni'itjni' ,'f f ti.uclititlitcHH (.r Haiti.

and florida Maps. ily' tu Hindi. Un. ,..."|.",.....11..11., < an "t soy time
9 crops yields satisfcctonly. The FLOKIUA Ii", 10)1) UF-tlf Html I I.,' 1"0 Hundred mi<1 I Fifty

I stage at Which to cut it is when the Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley COUNTY OK OKI.RI>I.A t(I ... 'I hoiiNiiud, l> >larN) :

HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY first bloom Gazette office a pocket map of Florida UK i IT KNO: /N 'I Hat before me. the .iitnler AIlJCIK'.
: appears. To prevent shedding } will be mailed to any address in the aigned Nousry I'lIblloIII, and fur i lit, htnli I I ; : :: :
the foliage it should be cut in the United States. We can also furnish Florida Large, iMonall) apptanil. W. A ,4iniirnUiri, towihir 4he ,ntiiiilrnr. I, of
!:Hmlth It. fl.I Lad lni.t HIH) U. M Mai.onouill, h..t tbeauilMrl/cd( < apiial,. HI"l' .Mlbucrlbt
afternoon, when it wilts quickly It maps of Osceola county at *1 each, and to me well knoun and know to-me to ho tin, for. 1 ii.\ 'Hrh.. arc HH follow H
; Ji )OC :aO! >> should be handled will be glad; to estimate on sectional inilivlduala dene.rlbcd I lu and uho.mib'ti rilMl h. Ni I Milt ..11. n.hiiUnct, %Varrtntou'a, ..-
as little maps .
as hlll..h.
possible, of kind. thir nanina 10 lh" tori going propowi..l i hHrl'rand Fty.

: -- -- ---- --- - i __ . -- -- - and the afternoon of ..HIl'IecOJul! day I any .-.....tfach,..- .ackium...- .... ..IpilgiMl,. .. ...that' no. ixecuttil- 'Ito ,"I..\rihur- .. '...:. .....I I:.i......I.!.oniKnti...."' .."n.:_ rt-lh.I.-ui'e.. Kisnlinniee>,
I Irt should see it in the barn. In many of : \\'liitj.;; ; ;; \\-i;:; : alldltCNlatlitltlmiii:' ;;" "-. I I'. A \ BUS AgntMt r..I"II", c, K ..lmme*,

I Okc-uola < oullly, Morlila.. tllla lllh c'a.f' hi. >. Kin.. thru hundred HliareK
fields |
our i
have Master's ale
we a mixture of crabgrass $ tiuilxT, A. D. 1"H

i' and Mexican Hic-MlJ) W. B tKAF<.Wl> "
clover which makes II 'rndirniid I\irlueofa deoree. of fiirclontire 't*-t: Xotaiv Hill.In' xtatt. : '; 1'Air ,or.. 'yJ'
.! an excellent hay. The cutting periodin and I'vrkiiiri Hale, ndcnil, l"j' th lIo"or.bleJun... W. I VAN $ AfiNK\\ *: UKAWrOHl. Att.....<-, \. Ol "T-' ur 4 >H, KOI.A I hM*
JIIIRa..t thtt ( Irt'mt' l<>urt of the 7th
this case should) be when either of Jurt U'iul Clrruit I I of the Mult of 1"lorlda. fei and MlII l I K"N'' l\S S Hint. hid.'re Inc. I thv undernKntM -

((0. them shows the for <>.eola Count}'. Hiidisftued out of ,..hl..oor( NOTICE | Not: rFuMf(. |1.1. ami. fir HHI first signs! of blooming. I lu I BIHluN, ) I'e-rw.nati' ) ;: .
I'i I a tcaUHi. tht'rein I pun to K. herniu I II I E. | ) Arthur h. DutZP

Beggarweed. This should! be cut Snow and 1 r. K:. Hrynn, uo-partut doing% btwintMH I t'ganltIill, I' A. \'am. A"nu\\ to me "...known\
HM Htiow & Hryan are complainant aud un I kiiiiw u Ui iou to be I h. llsIivl.ll.Ilescrib., ,
when the first bloom shows on the plant Freddie Jl<1 nt on and I II I 1'ldlCe..n her huaband Of Application for Letters Patent -1 l I in Hiidlio. Miibsi'ribod\ thflr nmnmtotUe.
ami, H. P i I ait.on and 1.11I10.JaoloD h|I. wife foregoing.
: We have a first-class plant with expert work "propoMtrtl clmrter' HIM! t"<'h nilcnowl
particularly if the growth is rank as it "are renpoU4leiilx.; the un -
t.hauter7 v j ill hull at publlt ( to rho high.e and Incorporation. <. ill' ,'rt'i In . (HirpoM
in charge. All work guaranteed and turned gets i XPWHM d.
men woody soon after.' It is advisableto ,' and IM>HI bidder for :cash;;.o at gel door of the .\ Iii"... lilt hand, and ofilclsial.!. '

f. : out within 24 hour from receipt.' Prices reasonable. cut it late in the afternoon, to Court House lu-he city of KlsNlmuiee said Notice I. hereby given that the ul.tlcrftltfiied ihui :lIlh' ) clay of. Ausunt A. I).. trIll,a Hlsftlinmet' -
and apply to tb. Ooveruor
county stnte. during the hours of Ivpral! sale ; of the State of t'lor'
1i : : Full line of Tires Tubes Patches and Automobile- allow the leaves \o wilt naturally. Sun- on Monday the Jud day of October" A. D.IIIII. Id*. on the mh day of tober, A. fi. 1111. for '. |SEAL ) E. G. VAN AGNEW .
%i' I'll
I' the following I described real eNiAte.' the pronOffiy Letter* Patent If,1oqu.rlhllg( UMTKI) I.ANJJ Notary hUe "mate it Larffe ",
_ Supplies.I wilted leaves are apt toe shed in handling of said reiu.utbcnt.: alraatt: lu the saidonhnty 41IN' JiSTMBNT: COMPANYoIIde'r the followluff My CoiiuuliHlou e-lr0n. Uecvmbirl-l, Ivl" ; I

: \ the )hay. ,The best rule to ftrtJow\. of\ Otwvoln aud state of Florida. to wltt proposed caNnIer allot Article. nf Inoorixv. ,
f )' ', :'. ,! KlnuIiiK one bund red a ad forty >srds wtt rattle a . \,
is to put it .in the barn the day after it of the north.east corner of the souLS west q...... olIU'o or the Secretary. Htle of the KtaU. ..of StATE h/l' NW! YORK. t .\ .'\\
r is cut. ter of the south west quarter of section nfteeii. Florida. COUNTY -or NBV YORK.T .. j

San Juan Garage Co. towimhtp thirty south range thirty'three eiut, I R. NEL8"N. FELl: BP II KNOWN ThaI before me, the miter.MtglitN.i
run w..1 thrw hundred ysrda. thence Houih IJ. A. NANS '
A' NKWVlt Notarj' I I'ubltc 4 in
C Hay made from cowpeas requires seventy yNr.IN. thuune, ."' .( thr, buudrmlnrdH 1 1I I lIlUH K. IXJNb't.INAllTKIKSOI 511.1' ""tHit.: rMinally;. upptured mid for K Nelson aald County

Orlando Fla. very careful handling. Ic should be cut !I .>.- I theme lorth HUM'nt> ) aid, U> th. place I it. i"". u <.II. know n nii'l know (I.> mt' to lie tell the*
ii dlv 1111.1) ilirtiriUod.. In. ,11.1) .
A 1 when the' first pods are in the snap \ IKO oti;,* one, two. I hPtIO An4 'four;: of b'<";kumr !I'iCII'' )ltP<)\IION I .\ \ D IKi. IIIH niitn 1' ,lo., tin, fon-K'>)JIIK i.r 'i""l'who<) ,liartnr sub, rib, and' i
i I I of RultI flIt H Addithon, to ttic tuun HOsfcD ( ltAII'I'hl tuttf.IJ Ml I I Hi LA :MAM n' kilo" i*',lk'l (hat Ia.
stage. Hay made this CXI ltiIl'.1 1 Ihe>> sass," for
at time will be iNVhMMKNT ,
t ity' 1"OC"'I"'r M lilt Mil l/ul\.IIII.\ < "Mi AN\ ["Ii' ,'in i lM'N I un-tn <'u
7 __ __ __ __ __ found the most nutritious and palatable .Hiiiiatu I I therein nr i'.io'' wint' cnutict. .Uil i II... re- The uiMi.r...ift; ,..ii h..y) a.hiM.....t... Iht, ttiHfUt 'W' ;Is.:. 'mlinitd: : Htnl:\:,.: i.tlh; ml ....1.) at 49
vl lth. with .11 and HtiiKulnr tint tttifinem. f4" Iht ... \\nl| '-I ti .1 I Nt.
n I..r .
I .
|1'1'| OHL' in I om mx \orkCHy this 'th 'lay l ul "
I 1 _, Cut as soon as the dew is off rake into h"r<'ditatiit ntH and ",pt,.uriviiuiir-N' Ih..r.lo. iiu.orporaio.l ui'd.'r tl1.. aWn ..f |I' lortdrtAUlK t Iii'r., ) K P,, I 1111. i-sip.
l tlOi'iiKii I I>K or >.'rtiiiiiliitf I I ..uii! \t-rv )Ill .
npi .
ne|[ 1 l J
-- ---- windrows : K 1 1l 1. 5A4l) and ; ; : : )
put into small cocks the tille I r or I ii Idt-rost I tMjultiibiw; ;of the ,.,l.ll"rel.lle 1 .
legal I r .
< .'ii* nnnie of thin < i>n.> .,.tI..u hlutll. In I M" 'r Notar\ I nlilli) . KIIIK-" < *..., Ntw 'u.rk
.f ... .. ....... same flt>r lool1. Next day open up \ l' HIM! H 1 idKion. hl'r tmljnu<' Kit L\M/ lNVI--I\Ilc7'l'. I : li"p"y. it* '',.rttiuiitt( ' (lltitfn\ StV.ikuo,, N. V
.. ......... of'. in and I to the HAIIH*. prim'ipMl o these cocks and test U. K KJ PluM<. .. .
the hay by twisting I In Hi Ity 4>f K.HiiuiiHL. O.C."II.< (Mititr. n
I EMIL MACH ERNEST.M CH a bunch ill the hand if moistOre .w. .t t_ Mauler in <-'hauot.ryAn hit, t-.Ie..f( Flori In. .,,,IH. litiHinfSsi'H ninv, I...
; no . .
roiiluited .lst whi ,.. in, Hit stntt ol I 1.01,1st.,. .
I i AgtItud.rd oil Co.:4 shows put it in the barn. It will undergo nr in ilhcr' MtNtcit nr ';,iuntrit n. llir.IgI.: I utlnr. Notice of Administrator.'n .

M 1tACII: : :EQs a sweating! process in the mow, Ordinance.An l.t' )r or ",5lS ages..*.iilei. it I n,tAKTKlK or. otlitrw If*,, HH niHy n(''.inirt K""I..I. ..I .c ounty Soils( if hi'ltr. ...1.1..r f 1*'1"rl.I..It1 l "Qt
Ordinance { ( D.'ftkl'I.O"'e.
but by leaving Hc..IiDlr.Ilfrtlln..II..lo. !: llh'tI & oli Count4Solid .
it undisturbed
it will ,
"An tri1inMiite An" admit an OnliUHnci 11.tltit 1 Iiu RentTHl nntore of. the* luibiim or hiifiiHhfH
all I I. l 'A n Ordinance. I'loltihitinir the HnnnniKAt i be tr t h . IH li"re"YIII.'h. to. nil I t horn U may
come out right and make hay of the to "imatted > Hdtd ( .ml"'l'' KN ct.IH i nt. Unit on ,ihu ith
Feed and Sale LrgtUhirilig| erlaln,, Hnura. of .11 ('aftlt-. fI.,i..wadnatiihrlguJe' l 191"l I dr-r nf Jniiiinry, A. U.
: Livery Stable : finest quality. L'r.1,' 111111.. A l.r.oovull I teto"er 1lh. I''Ml'I, IV 1.. ...... .... ..r ...h..r '." ........_ 1....._... .. ,, Nhnl I 11 I prt'Mrnt III)' minimi a"'IIIII1I. UN AuiiiitiihtrHior \-
o 1'rohlbllluii All Cattlo 'rum KunnlnK;; i at Large : i; I :; ';lultivaie: ' ''suitS '
Agt. International .Harvesting Co.' Hay-Cock Covers.; -These are usefulif at Any Time," AuiiMiind July itO, 1 HIBE ::", stall and eXfhmiKf InmlK, tetirin.uu JiiflKHiif. KHld Court. HoiiuMthio i.. o .F. linker .
+ aa Judge
4 unfavorable I ir (OKDAIN BY TlliJ COUN'II. OF real l prtiporiy of every chnrucier al.o .ny timbtr ak fir ttiltrIsitCtt / of Pr.sI.ale aou
weather appro\al
prevails. and TIlE I ITOK KI.SHJMMKK! !: mid

Ii: } : .A.. L : CI1TS:: ; ::ac..A."V""y:: ::a.A.: 17'L; J.t-.r: o. : they will then repay their cost several I)rl',,I',haute'lIl1n I. Amending That I an onlinanco an Ordinance entlth rnfillccl"An, an. tiiitnf whMiK any| ti'iibtr' prlvlieK-'Mt.H KOl'Mil ,
any Inrn-fl
_ times over. They can be made from 72- 'An Ordlfiauoe! frollfbltiutf the (KnnnlnK. nt or'I;; Oct thereOf, a iitl t: stai to coiiKtrut: t, uinltitain 'jmri' moo pd. Adllll"I.lralor.-I I

l ': inch Large, DOrlitgCerlsln HouTH of All Cnttle Ex Isaac nod t iHiraU. buildIngM. anti l.tc5ll'turC.Mxjf .
: Everything and first class. We cut into
new render prompt and squares! soaked in i-opt| hullS' 1 ApproM-il OctolMr >lh 1 iltt'b l By pnrhiuitiug any and all kiiidM lo manufacture' lumler

lI satisfactory service day or night. raw linseed oil and wrung dry. They All Cattle: 'nolfl Kuuning.; at large at liatrel: naval ,nloreH rriMw tivv fth>UKU>a an.Iall Application for Final Discharge.In
Auy 1 I line' 'I Al>I ro\Qf1 July I"th, Ittil; 1 be audIhe artiilvit. product* and by.i>roducu. nmiiufHttun .( "' .
should have string loops on corners, so as Mime in hireb rtiitaliwl t 'd or .inrhccd from tint. bur.. to 31rliItlce Court of the ('ounty Judge. Htate of Florida
ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT S to fasten them the 111 ElIcit hciiafon/ tills H day of August lull"*'I. inaiiuliM I 'tury and deal. I In plumpliattt i :K.i: (O'.la| <'ounty.. / In re .tat* of Time Baoa
to cocks ,
by wooden A J). 1HI\ l'III"r.' mid pttroleum nim, all.I.1I (he prooui! it.eli. ulFOd.NoihP.
t. Kissimmee Fla. Phone 113 Tfr. pins. Very thin muslin is best for if W B MAKINKdN.' .) )'to thereof 'lo ai quire 11111.< 'la hereby irlven. to all whom ft may con
I'reaidcnt of Council; of < ity of HUiirninrf', fctrtu inainurlii, improve, dwilop iimilKn, cern. that on the both day of January. A 1J. 1U12.
thick muslin is used it causes the hay Altet( i tch ll and; l,'B,e tiny tram roadi f other rontU: ( .r 1 ahull apply j to the llororable < lark,.

.................. and is effective J It (.11,I1KKTSEAI. the. Hto<.k nid HitcurftivM thereof). or otlit-r Judge of saId Court aa Judire of'P.t.; ). for .;
.. .. .. no.more in shedding [ I.J) Clerk of the City of klxnlmmoe I raiibpottation' fnci ill- or rouMjulent nttt'>., final diHcharire... adminiHtrator of the enut of

't! !rain. --C. K. McQuarne, in Agricultural Approved I thin 11 I I nay ot( AilS A O 1 ill I 1. oHry or de.(r..ble tor the dtivuloptuvnl, <'onvun. Time HKMH. de. eajtcd. and that at the same time I
H. CLAy STANII'tbiD. will prwiMint' my final ,
: ICIH I w IT "profit of any laud or othr property accounts aa adminintr.lor of
o1.Il Experiment Station Press Bulletin ;U>-t Mayor of Cit)' of KihHlnlineeDivorce of whih Ihe t..oiupati may be 1'0..1. or In, naid "Ht. and ask for their' ai'.proval.

_ _ _ No. 175. -- ._ -- ---._- -- -, which, I It iCIly hav..all Interest; &oow.., iiiHiti.tain I'aU-d 1 July .th. A. I>. 1111.I IOSCAIt
-- - ---- _ Hiid operate" iMxtta slId vehIcles, and inolor. ** MAHS. Sr. AdmtnUtrttor.
Notice. ,\vtrof all I ?...,"{.tmn. for ltoel: a n iii for Iii,ra -! rno-'>tnos

I or i om|M'iiHatliMi To owe, operate, It Hue ,
CAMPUS NOTESWhat 1 ln < 'lr<.uit ( "(ourt Htate of Florida. ('arnejanmaCoinplHilianl. hire, ore aOl) mttlutain: duets, wharvum. tlnvtttor : 1.

H. CST-ANFORD COMPANY VH DaM U Jalni l >H. l1.feitl, airt. .. |irvHHHH. la ii ten, ixfrigoraUjr .It.u mil II" tan' Notice of Executor.. .
2 Mi'vi'nth Judicial' O..e..I.Cllu..IV. I la tin 1115 plMUtK. ami tt.or.g.. fa<'ihti..H of every I.'VIn
( ham'erjr. kind, MII<| to collect' and, receIve proflttt SIlO ( imrt of the ('OIIIH( >' J )l.lgs.. ' tnridM.
ni'iiniirlne" by affidavit p.ndeil to the bill lolls thirvfrnm lo **, wlurflnKer 'in re KntHlo It-in pic A. 'Imx, 1..0..I .
is Being Dorte at t the University r."f'r: ::; t*
Sued IIO( the .abo\e-Rtaled. c..u.e that l".viil II. and \\tai-tihoui, ro -I aHHliiht.. :prop*.riyot ola uunty,.
Carrlca an Complete a Line of Ja...".. the deftndant thtriln i niiuil. whinereiilileiice tIll kind I that may bu pla<'i.i. dt IMIHUIM! orHore Not: i II'*' I is In-rili> 1 to ] ,
It I
of Florida.The IM .: k ,o.'hJI over the age i>f tutntioue .i with or by aId oompiui lu I torso: |TOnii > cotKcru; thnt :on II''I':: \ :tiny; lr\\Mart:'h. A ssa I
yeara.7 it la ; onUrnu that BaldDonrealdent .(v and 55.111 finanCially or othnrw int. tuiiipHUlmt r2\ i .h..IIII."ly i" the iiouorHi.u .i'n, I F P.r
c : DRY GOODS, NOTIONS.FURNISIIINGS dormitories have been overhauled detenilant, .bi and he. !. hireby ru *)'tidiOit''., .pmrtuernhlpN. an' .l HH, qulreil to to the bill of tiled aLoha and foraflnHl dint'
i appear complaint : to Kiiartqitcu ,pay inwut of l.rli.'tttal. IIMTKH HH .1niiniNirtiior'
and cleaned and everything made ready In said cauhe on i.r before Monda) the bth day : tijtonmt or divioeud ou an)' Shares, mockn. ile ('.tout-' ufT<.inpl. A. Minx. .1.'i-i.ito-ti, iiulthatat, of the
; I for the students. Additional of Noviob, A. I) lOll. otierwli, the a'lciwtlona benlurell.' obllKaLIoiiH. cuiitrai it or ..e. iirnifn''' till Name iiniti I .iii) |I'rn-ilI inv Iliml ..
4. furniturehas will beuiKeii aacunftMBed by said defenilul. Imu d by any orporatlon or indlvldunl w hi"'u- aIllIhslitLrator' of naid (.HIHK, .. 1. .1111.
i. .been purchased. Student rooms ever .proper. wUe or nee.canary )'n thu JudKinuiit, apJrvlI1. .
::1W II la further ordered that Lhia order be pub- I of IU directors' lu the futertAt of the bnniui' >r4pnrpoHoH .' A. l I _
SHOES and CLOTHING will be screened and a system of electric U hed once a week for eight conaecutive weeks Oror ron rty of thin roin| iiy. 'lo ai-iaa 1.1 1 C.111.A. MINX,
,,r bells and alarm clocks lu KUkimmre Valley .sv.tte newipapar flnual I agent for iCrutusl5: firm; nuitCOrpOfathotlU : ) "lo;"I lino <" mo
will be
in. published in ....I 'dll"I"
County and "tttate. to reoul"e.prlll"'y of all)' kiiul *
stalled. X Thia AUKUHI 71l.'L! lullAKTIIUKK, to be beld In or others iau; U> InveNt "11.1. !
.( )JI, a. can. be found In Inland Florida IIOSBQAN. reinvent Knch property or the pr..c.H.dh. itrt-ijl:
.nd .*lla themASCI1IAPASANY Mr. G. E. Pyle. Florida's well knownphysical [SEALI] lerk Clrouit Court. and the Income (buelrou.. to draw accept. t it* !I Guardian Notice. .
I EUZABETU JOIINH10.N done acquire pledge mad Mill any and .11'' In Court of County Ju,IK". Hiati of Florida. In
_ director, returned from the U. KRIBBS. Deputy Clerk.. negotiable. or transferable iuetruiftenta and Ill eHintu of I'aulel A. Minx and Tempi .
mountains of Virginia and is' now looking Solicitor for Com plalnallt. ao-8i cuTitle. debenture, bondi not*' bills ...r ex I Minx I minor*. Oitreola ('(otmty &
_.i. and wvlaence! of IndehtedntWH Notice 'in hereby vlvvn (
conirn*'i. whom U
after the football interests of the -I aud oblivatlona of every. ; character To buy. rourern. that Julia A fln.1; an guardian may of

; HOUSE IN AMERICA univevtity. Practically hiemb NotIce of Administrator. acquire. hold own. pledge, mortgage, mil wIll DanIel A lie Minx ansi 1"mplu 4. Minx. mlno.
every r on 61h day 01
_ operate improve, assign, trauafec and trad,m October. A. U. 1911ipply
/ of last year's team will return, and la Court of tha County Judge State of Florida, any ail goodx, wares mertihatdiitf slId tome hOnorable I. F !'arl.r. Coqntu4g.
y. In re En tale of Catherine Bturtovant, ).- properly of every clan* and devorlptiou ; on In alld for .Id COlllty. al In KIsatinfltoe .y t
; &z with the abundance of strong new material oeaaed.Omeola eonn(.,. iu own account and a* factor broker or agent .. CIty' In .. Conuty at 10 011'8 .. m.. or,

on hand the "Pyledrlvers"lae Notice la hereby given to all whom It mfp for any other person or corporation, including for.un thereafter .the laStS.. can b. beard.
prain- r-onoerD.lbat( on the Iftth day of December A. patent rights loreutlona trade marka opttoi-u authority t sell at the lotereat
to be faster on the gridiron this I* D. lill, aball apply 10 the Honorable Gen, I'. and other property the board of( dlrvoton of said 1100110 the rrlv.1 ole described real \

I ; r. H. C. STANFORD COMPANY than before. Ir.1./g: : : of said Court, aa Judge of Pro- dtm eoav.nittol and advlaab.eln tire Intervnui may I estate Their' said county \
year ever The football final dIscharge aa Admintatrmlorof of th* Company. undivided Interest in
I .. quad is the Estate!: of Catherine A. Slurtevant. da- I To iiaue anch stock bonds deUiulurei and and H. block 5. and tw.lhtd.* I 1. 1. 8 and n lt I
reporting two weeks 23
,, : before c<'aaed. and that at the otb of Robert Barnes .cft )
aame Urn I wiil preaaat ( obligations .* *id to mk .U(-!. (uve.t- addition to the ol Kiev,
-1 Kissimmee, Florida - .- school begin for the sake of extra my :final' account a* Admlolatrator of saId ments. purchases and tflaposltiona of Its assets Hlmtnee, Oaceola ,
: : : _. tautl. ana sea for their approvaL ai nay be tu accordance with law lad deemed Which cunly.l'lurlla. Upon the ,
: ,_ practice.I I Oatwd June ,. A. D. 1U11 suitbl and oonveuient: la the lpimreata of the petition for each sale now on b..Q said Court. '
.. I Mr. Roawell King of Jacksonville N. CARSON(, oompany.' bate Auustph, t) lull. .< ,
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era on.August: 7th-we met at the courthouse t1 rCAN

; Proceedings of'the'I for the purpose of considering the : ." .
r I tetetion presented .to us signed] by a '

: ,County CommlssioDersi srge mljqrity.of the ,registered voten' YOU, "DRAW A, GOOSE. ? | h

zYr of Osceola county, asking: for chi pur-,,
r base 'or the establishment of a set'of

.M. REAKE.R. Kissimmee, Fl Sept?** 1911.. abstract books to b. owned and' opera' .We have sold these 'shoe* 1'1 r1

The Board of 'County Commissioners sin ted by the county of Osceola. for.two',seasons, before -Kea vpse
'At the commltiee
and for the county of Dsceola, Stat. meeting there were 'started to advertise '
of Florida, met in regular session on present the f committee.. In :sddi- them.
the above>> date there being present E.LTfeesley lon to the committee- the...' was'' also; We have, put -tbem to the cwV i
= & ;COMPANY= ; =chairman: .*", :'Dr;*,Dviir-' >re enfMr;'Carroll-I).; 'Judaon"of,: Ihe" ;:hardest test"arid'"are' now'"r -' Shoes a, .

street, 0.. R. Bass, ,A. F.. Baas!, and Title; Guarantee company of.Jacksonville ready't ).putRed ..

W, S.. Pearce,' commissioners;" ArthurE. r71ti.and also a representative of ,

!yfs Donegan, clerk; and W B. Crawford the Osceola Title & Gkrarahtee ..cornany. Goose $ !

4 Sell Hoijies of ,the firm of Van. Agnew &; :.

: Crawford, attorney for the Board. 'We had before us information frond School Shoes : i is--'

Minutes of last meeting were. read various sources as. to the cost of the erablishment /,,

and approved. of a plan and the making Yy 9
tH The following bills were examined, up of a set of books.: These figures varied before the public as the beat t

I i I. approved and warrants ordered drawn: considerably.} Mr. Judson who .is school shoe on the market. 4 "

BUYING A HOMEr C F Preratt,coin Jaitiae court;.. .. .. .* MM an, experienced abitractor, stated to We carry these sloes u aO styles"t ,

8 H Bullock .. .. .. ..., 1Z< the committee that he believed to makea and sizes, from infants/ big ,,
pictured'.ia a F Parker,Investigating daatb of Mar' modem set of abstract it
How about that little Lome you've; mind so books
r your chant .. ... .. ....."... ..... . 700 would cost in the neighborhood of from (iris'. See window display.
,, often? Cozy;'comfortable, convenient to business tboronglly 'nod* BFRalli. coila jniitlo court. .. .... .. . :2JUWeater twelve dollars. 1,
to sixteen thousand A
I era, well cared for and still within your meant-a borne that you can "< !,lolonT.ICo' lelngranm. .. .. 60
U F Parker oi-aU Judge'court .. ._. 12 91 from the clerk- of the
call your'own and care f fdr with a sense of security and enjoyment O F Prevtl. e . .. 57 <66 circuit court of St. Lucie county showed Our Fall Goods r'
Now In
; that come. with the possession of realty. Jesse Buck, witness judge'sceort :210 that the cost of transcribing the records are ."'
Ezra Si+.....&, 100) '
I Now is a good time to buy' a home in Florida, before price W Broken I 00AmaodTtlfao1' I from Brevard St. Lucie and

: .. .. 4' lie preparation of a set of abstract We up-to-datesrvice. 1'
advance as they are doing each month; purchase now and get the -i asaurtryou
Bob Jones, a 00S books cost that county in the neighborhood ""
benefit of value"' ..
//.if. increasing Trcmpton 00
s of
six thoustfitd dollars. The
,, Most people who buy realty make their selections after a care. I A'ilimpsoa W .a. .... .... beD 20 Tampa. Abstract company of Tampa L. M. WH'IDDEN & GO
Oorgonoui. )1
314 ful) consideration of the offerings that are presented to them through AnhurCrokbcworkoapoorarm.. .. .. 21 00 gave as its opinion, that a set of books I

reliable ,,enb. We hare a larger list to select from than can be W H Airy' .. .. .. .. ... .. H 26 similar to those now in use in Osceola r >
A W Crosby aura P'r farm cars pauper 52 00 would cost about ten thousand J
found in the city, and offer each piece of property at the exact. price I Kiss 'Tel Co rant phone .. .... .. .. 2 96 :
dollars, while Mr. Mordt of Jacksonville
V' placed on it by the owner, thus insuring a square deal to every one'enns. Vans Agn w A Crawford legal service .0 M claimed he could make a set of .' -
Artbur II: Doucgan, ole,k and auditor.* 57 00
.. W 8 Pearce ooramliiatoner A 8111_?*.. 20 01) books for thirty-eight hundred and C. A. CARSON President l'. C. ,. !8KCBBTABT: : '

r I O R Bam, .. .. la)100 eighty dollars. ,' Pi
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\" t ... I A KLLel1n"F Bus, "... ... 0 5 400C 00KLDOvum'retl 00 that The when records thismatter, of the was county taker showed up in The Waters & CarsonGrocery

d'.. r Prevail cure Jail| .. 12 (jJ LM)5) six years ago a rough estimate\
.' No. 245-A choice residence located No. 381-A 20-acre tract located on J E: Baas, janitor . . 40 COU was then made and it was the opinion, i
9' within three blocks mail) road miles from ... . ,'.. ,
on Mabbette street, : two depot\ on F Parker salary Judge 25 (no without figuring the cot of transferring
of postoftlce; house contains (II I rooms, St Cloud road Property has good U F.rarker exprsu -10x1 -
t plastered and hard oil finish, electric house and three-acre orange grove In Kim. Kleo Co, light jail .. . -1584BC from Brevard county would be Company
t lights, modern plumbing two porches, bearing.. Tins grove will yield from Miller, comroUnions. ... .. R* 26 bout four thousand dollars. ,
'7 good well, on corner' lot f .,> 1.0 1 QUO to 1200 boxes of oranges each John < arter. UneM,. Juilge'i court 1 00imn The question before the committeewas
i. teen foot 'alley. cement' sidewalk. year. Hutllclent land cleared and in JotiuKon .' .. 1 00 -Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES-
: First the consideration of the I
() cultivation to increase grove to twelveor II W Wenvor witness pros attj. . 150) I
:Prole i :: l fifteen acres, and Ht same time can W A C Oro Co, nulHO court hna.e 1 75Onoeola petition, which was accompanied by a
{ 'per month. Very literal terirtw' are' b<> yielding anv garden truck desired.If Journal ."bH<'rlplion. inKlHi (0> certificate from the supervisor of registration ':
offered on thin proposition Let UII \ in search of property that will bring Valley liaxvtle. priutloR, ate' 62 00 that it was signed by a. majority
\ / show you the properly. results this fall, and at all times while Ovooola IIdw C" lights and bln "rai I VOKl ) of the voters of Osceola .
t extending new grove, Investigate. this. *.Lumber (:o. lumber . :2t> 42Oreoola
!fr ..i. .No. 221-This one of the haIH] "mt This property Is convenient to town, lldw Oo rj>a.l tupplten .... 616! county; and second, as to whether it
t west homes' clone to the lake, house in has marled road on one side one en$. W a C Uro Co inulo feed. 127 78 would be more economical to purchasea
new containing nix rooms, pi a>*)>*-red l .
Our price and full particulars to Inter- . .
R L Evans road work <"< 50 set of books than to make a set. WEi, SELL
throughout, hard oil finish, electric C'.t.f'cparlles\ Newman., lumber.. .,. ,, 110 BUY
lights and bath, nice shrubbery in Urank Sodwln.( flxlliK brluge.* 4 OOJin With the facts above before us, and
yard. Just the place for desiring No. 2H7-Here we have one pf the t
the made the Osceola
W JohimK.n. road work ". . ? 15O proposition by HAY u - - ,
a quiet, homo where they nicest small residence propositions in HIDES------: _
cosy U W A"hton. rued roll . 41H
can gel the benefit of the breeze' from Klasiramee, located within three blocks pay Title & Guarantee company that they _._ .
the lake almost every day in the year. of court house HoAlse has live rooms, C F Prevail feed bill. . .. mi 20 would sell their plant at actual cost, GRAIN FURS
FPrevaat, )
Fine view of lake from front veranda., three of which are plastered, two celled opmmlMlonti 1460Onceola the attention of the committee being '
Title pllnt !*M Ct FERTILIZERS
This property Is offered l by the owner ; t>'o lire places, two porches Lot .. k katurautceCo.pair.. .. .. .. 1000 UO called to the fact that'in 1905 the plant WOOL
for a short time; we wi introduce, customers 7.1x1471, with twelve bearing orange .. .. ., .. .. .. SHINGLES 'a'' '
to owner and let them deal trees and shrubbery. This is a splendid .. .. .. .. .. .. was offered to the Board for eight thousand '
direct. proposition and can l he had for .. ..- .. .. 12:4)00: ) dollars, that the company had pur- AND
? ) 1250C: ()(I I ORANGE BOXES
COLONIZATION LAND $1,350, on very favorable terms. ? .. .. .. .. .. VJTjO.OOon chased it for fifty-five hundred dollars, .

.. .. .. Bud had operated the same for three ORANGE WRAPS ALLVEGETABLECRATES
= luteret
.".No. 4UO This Is. a tract of 8,000 No. 41(1( Truck and citrus fruit land .
acres timber lan'l.| Well Jocated for combined. This tract consists of 3V!() deferred payinetiU . luli: .S3: years purchasing new books anc office COUNTRYPRODUCE
sub-division! and colonization: pur- acre of the very best hammock and State. Bank. luUirc on loin 26 '1It.a. 0\ furniture, and other incidentals, which I
'3O acres muck and prairie Land, ail .. lour mouths ..... laid 00 .
pe es. It borders on" three lanes.Kwlroiul .. .. .. would'amount to a thousand dollars,
within three miles of tract. under' !good hog-proof wire fence; just loon uo :'
Will cut ir 00 to 30UO feet of I lumber to outside ( ily limits, with a commodious inlerent on above :20 I'M making the total cost sixtyjfive hundred
tbe-acre. This will bring splendid returns nine-room residence\ on the property; .C. L Bandy amt pd PoaUl I Tot Co lazes 16 80 dollars which they would accept on the 1 ..
to"owner if sold in small tracts. line well o' artesian water. It Is conceded Uoite Uordon. wltnem.. pros att,.. :.. ICO following terms: Five hundred dollars'
Our price $O.GO\ per acre. b> all that hammock land la unquestionably Apa WII'I' ml, k". ,100 cash', $1,000 on the first of November We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. /
the best adapted for K. 8. Flovd, oar msrl.gray. .. .... 8 00 'r
No. 301 -An attractive home In Pine- growing citrus fruits. Fine grove ad- Ludlam A MacDonough plans and and $1,250 in one, two three and four We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping

dale. This property Is juet outside of joining s land. This Is the logical pecincattons for jail .. ......... . .. .. let fO years respectively, at 8'per cent.. The parties. "
city limits, on hluli ground. House body of land for the successful growing :1 L Moon, salary' and fee*."." ..;,...." 78 88 committee, taking everything into consideration : ' -. : t.'; ",', .. <
.... .. .. Free delivery city limits. Phone No. 12. ' If two-story and cogtainselght rooms, of oranges, grapefruit every klqd d W Aihton, Baai.tag pay roll. Mil ; and realizing that by 'the ? '.
,all plastered and hard oil finish, two of vegetable>\ and- poultry' The pro EL1.ealotmonoysdvauoedoni I marl. 40 00 ; we are county agents for .good fertilizers; Askl us for circuit '.
porches, /line' well and large barn- posed" electric line passes one quarter MIHIc'k.prololllonilJ acrvloo/ 600 purchase of these books while the county :: "
This house Is located'on a ,'s.acre mile of the properly, and is on-line of J D Chuan, aalarjr oounlj phytlolau. ?. 50 <(0 was'iiow in' fts'greatest state of development and. prices on fertilizers... ; .

tract, with beautiful View of the city railroad from this city to St. Cloud. Southern Colo Co. roadwork. .. ..... l)3) 82 the public would have access
'and lake. .Land Is adapted to citrus Full information to interested parties. Chin Bun, ImrylnK Davis child .. 10 UO to the records immediately, and the
fruits and trucking. This I property can Maimtaoturecu' Rerord advertloiug.. :2 40 {
be had for *;tOO! on very favorableterms No. 430Fourroom new bungalow Q F I'arker. agent, 4 can .marl 0.04)G terms of the sale being reasonable accepted -
a .Will, introduce customer to located! on a lot 147x2lt.'J\ feet, twenty- A Gray, loading marl !50'00 the offer of the Osceola Title &
und lot them deal direct. eight orange, three grapefruit and one '
owner Guarantee and herewith
present -
lanucrlne tree in bent-inn. Lot bus Pistol bond of Paul Lucas with A. company .

No ;304- Improved 1 farm, located! on streets on three sides, plenty room for M. Keen and G. W. King as sureties, this report for your confirmation. LOTS LOTS !
best road In Osceola coiintv, 11 miles three\ more houses to be built on lot was examined and approved. G. L. LESLEY .
from depot. 10 acres fenced and in .all of which can be rented to good E.-L. D. OVERBTRET.A.
Pistol), bond of Geo. Hodges with T. .
high,: Hlate of cultivation; l best trucking advantage Price $ltXX). terms on halfif
land in this section. Has !good well, desired. 11. Hancock and C. B. Partin as sureties : F. BASS. AND AVENUES LAIDJ3UT IN J

t k 3-rooin rittatfe, stable, wagon shed and was examined and approved. The Board! then took up the matter .
poultry house. All read for purchaser Beautiful I lake front lot consisting Pistol bond of Warren Mann with R. of altering the jail and the following WILLIAMS' SUB-DIVISION
of a half located In the beat
to u.lCin'ork withotita/nv delay block,
i : orfBxpense bids were opened in the of the '
neighborhood tho city will sell L. Mercer and E. M. Albritton as sure presence '
of land and waiting
A. clearing rS -1'0-
"4 to improve before being able to produce only to pasty she, will improve, it to ties was examined and approved. architects Messrs. Ludlam & Mac.

g any crops. This I land is adapted correspond with surrounding( property Pistol bond of Will Yates with W... Donough:

;if to growing kinds, of citrus fruits; Full particulars and price to Interested C. Bass and L. H. Ingram as sureties, Stewart' Iron Works, Co., in the sum WHITTIERand I
grove pan he started to good advantage party examined and of 251714. "
a while land Is being farmed. Price was approved.
y. We are offering some very desirableresident ,
Paully Jail Building Co. 'in the
Paid ordered cancelled sum
warrants were '
$1060. Terms If desired.
on part lots, located three blocks from are offered to
from the various funds in the of $1,366.56. in addition to fence at $3.60
the House
Court on nice high eleva-
resident the public at from i
No. 21)1) -Three choice lots 1
lion for $2UQ for Inside and, $250 for amounts : per lineal foot.
fronting. on marled street in southern
portion of city elegant view of lake 1 'lots.corner Cash lots.or Alley short rear Let of all these show Revenue . . .. .. . . . .$ 1375 53 Paully Jail Building Co.., in the sum. $25 TO $35 PER LOT

I where you can net the benefit of the 1 these lots. us Road . . .' . . . 1180 02 ot $3,325.00. t ,
cool breezes that blow almost. contin you Spacial. 1886 19 T. W. Ellis in the sum of 4737.00,

ually. Good healthy locality, forllesoil : No. 432: -New bungalow consistingof Convict lease. . . . 1328 90 in addition to fence at $2.80 per foot.: Whittier will soon be in railroad connection with
four "
and good IILI'eet-all that makes large and two shed
rooms on
Fine and forreiture. 563 \1C Mr. Leversedge the of the United States and in a short time .4.1
life worth living in found( In this seo- lot 147x147 feet, well 11)7 feet deep, 20 representing every part
tlon of the city. Will, sell these Ifltsslnjl'ty i >'oungfruit trees and young shade Treasurer filed his report showing Paully Jail. Building Co., then urged the will become one of the moat important: towns in South

or If you desire will sell the i trees set In front of lot. This prop- the following balances on hand in the Board to' use first class material in the Florida; therefore lots at the above prices are only
three which wilt' make r)ne large lot, e'rtV I U near to the lake and Is a de- various funds : construction of the steel cell... one-tenth of what they will bring t months hence. \
147ix 14(1 feet. Price ".(10.( nubtgul place to live ; land is high
and gust the plaoo for a. nice quiet Revenuw....... ',' . r. . . $ 921 08 The Board then went into executive Whittier has a telephone line. It has good roads >..
No. 301))-Fine garden and poultry honiu where you secure the breeze from Fine and forfeiture. . . 695 68 session. for auto travel at any time. Has three malls per ( ;

proposition. This place contains two' the almost continuously Price if 130O, School fund . . 1843 26 week. Whittier is- on the center land between St. :
acres, new fi-room house with porches 1 t ,,1. In front and cue side: line artesian well Road fund . . . . 588 40 reject all bids and it was thereupon resolved 'Johns and Kis-simmee rivets, just twelve miles each ,'
't' tftipumo: on porch. Choice location i No. :22i: )--A very desirable 4-r'oom Special fund . . , . -24 that the county would do the way. One and ohe-half miles from Kissimmee Prairie

a or small truck or poultry farm. The i cottage/: located within one block of S. S. D. No. 2 . . . . . .'. 49 16 work itself and Messrs. Lu lam & Mac- land of the Hunter Land Company. We have the best j I
', and .subdivided into lots and Is> Obrcoja County court house, in best
worth the price;asked without any .im residence section of city. House Is S. S. D. No. 3 . . . . .' 936 49' Donough were employed'to supervise land for trucking and farming in Florida. We have ..

provements. We are offering this i new, celled throughout; good well of S. S. D. No.4. . 175 64 the work at a compensatiod of ten percent fruit and vegetables all the year round. We are In t.

'i property for l,6.rJO( terms on part if t water on adjoining\ lot which purchaser' of the total cbst. the center of stock raising by the best and cheapest .,:,.
desired. The town is growing In thU i can have access to for water supply Total $ 6209 95 method on earth. We have a school roll of eighty;

i direction and property will enhance in i Lot 73x141 feet Price 1,10O.. Let us Tax collector's poll tax report showed It was also resolved to purchase the two grocery stores ; two hotels, open the year round. it:

%value very rapidly. show this cottage.:: $:!.00 collected. steel cells from the Paully Jail BuildingCo. Whittier is on the east boundary of Lake Marion which .1 i

Tax collector's license report! showedthe ., according to within proposition extends westward connecting with a chain of lakes to .

amount of 75c collected. for $3,325.00.It Kissimmee river. Here is the hunting and fishing par .... .
Write or Call on Us was also! decided to work the county adise. Whittier has the best marl material for good rstreets
Judge Parker rendered his report for .
the job.A and hard. roads in Florida.
prisoners on -:- -:- -:- -:-
l license to fish, showing the amount ot .
$50 collected. building committee was appointed Maps of this sub-division can be seen at W. G. t

composed of the chairman of the Board King's office in St. Cloud, Jenkins & Woodham's office : 'tin
Tax showed
collector's report all fundsin
the clerk! and the sheriff[, to have chargeof KisBimm, or at my residence in Whittier.

balance. the building work, and to report to t
BREAKER The committee appointed to look into s ;t
H.M. & '-- = =:- = .
the Board at,,each regular meeting.The r -- --
the matter of the purchase the county; <
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ypy of a girt.of abstract books or the mak- '
Ballet.feecret E. I: BASS
cap ing of a new set, rendered its report aKisslromee voting: was exercised by the .

11 -"'": Over Osctola Pharmacy :- follows ancient Greeks sod Romans. Ballot I ( 'i j jI

,' Fla., Sept 4, 1911. boxes were used In electing aldermen \VIIlTTJlfiR. FLORIDA 'lr

We, the committee appointed at the In I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA last meeting of the Board' County ,/ I
V. of the employment of the ballot lnA.merlcan ,:
Commissioners, with cull power, to instruct .' elections was in the choice of ajustoe I v

,' thrclerk tq make top a set of abstract -; by' the Salem (MJ u.) church 'on

))4' ,; > book;'make'this, ottt..reporC July'' ."'1629. In 1634 It began to be '
r On the Saturday succeeding the tIna I Don't You Subscribes $1 'ar Yea.;
: : me used la. tbe elections ot governors; o.fMassachusetts. .. Why : .'_ .
of the Board of County Commission 1

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'Ie ii Kissimmee Valley Gazette NEW PASSfNGfR l DEPOT not for the one which that Mrs. Meek gave blm '
)4 'Jke .Turlington, Turlington made '
him a.present of the gun which he carried "
r .; .
I ST. CLOUD Wonder City"
to him and that he has It at his *
; w''Mt. HARRIS, Editor a i.d Prop'r, Was5Opened for Use by t the' Public home now.. Said h..knew Turlington: had --. .

.9 J. TRIPLETT, A..ocut EiItor4. .* ... I another gun, but did not know positively t .
S On Tuesday. Night S .
- - 'whether' the gun in evidence WalTurlington'a News Item from the City whose Unprecedented .
othergun or not, that Turlington -
The handsome brick 'depot World. .
passenger Growth has Startled the t
In Valley Gazette. Building.KI8S1MMKE. had told him some weeks ago he .
t' .
that has just been cAmp.leted in this city 5\, ,. 5 ,
.r: .O8CEOJLA COUNTY FLA. by the A. C. L. was opened up for the would have 'to sell either his gun or : '.. I -LL I
in order Il
watch to shoes
buy aEalt-of J ; .
first time Tuesday, and now strangers 'T C CoRRESPoNDENT
.t SUBSCRIPTION KATES will the that he boulrht \'he., 111i ii. "but did not
coming here have pleasureof
OB opv.on. Jr..r.. ..... .. ., .. ... .. .II 00 alighting from the trains at one 61 know whether he sold his gun or watch. Mrs. E. E. Williams, who if prominent :-Epworth League meeting will be held thirty-five active members and *;v6nt)-
2, _.... _10'' This closed the evidence and State members. j :
e .o-.ata.tha"- e the best appointed andr prettiest.,depots In the affairs of our city was ovet- Sunday -evening. Subject: "The bx- eight associate
I 1 '
? All eoramonlcmttoM. .x
.. ., ftorr,ipond.nU,mint b..n.d by the wrlurIteiKted The building of this depot Was begun without argument. The? defense of publjc .work. We are' glad tO5 ha ..... S ed strongly recQmmendmg that schoolthis
.nutttm will not b' returned unl.MMlUdfor. I would not agree to this, and Attorneys able to state she Is getting pil's In St: Cloud attend their home
'___ the first of the year, and some were of i I along nicely Mary A. Huff died at 12 o'clock-noon! .
_- __ __ ......AoJi -- --- the opinion that it would be ready 'for R U. Johnson and W. B. Crawtord -we.miss our active workers greatly., TuesdaySept. 19th, at th. home of her term. St. Cloud now( can oferft'high .
,' :' Intend at the.....totII..ID KlMlmm Flm.M use in the early summer, but the A. C. ': made arguments for the defense, and son-in-law. John H. Armstrong of St. school course to her young peOpl 7"
;." -'.claM. mall _tiM.d L. and it State Attorney Jones for the prosecu Mr. C. and the committee is hoping many will\)
I --- :- never does things by halves; tlon. L..Key, who recently openedup Cloud. Th/deceased was 70 years and the same.
:. '"Frida-&p: ber required until this time to thoroughly a boat house at the foot of Massachusetts 7 months old,' and had suffered from take advantage of ,
Ji d ,; 22, 1911 the I Justice Bullock held the defendant to Mayor Stanford and Mr. Donegantook
building. avenue
: complete was on last Thursday stomach trouble and other dis ases for
the and fixed his bond for few moments
I.. 't' grand jury at with the platform H. ,
It contains separate waiting rooms evening, stricken paralysis. He.\ several years, finally causing her death.Interment Trade. and busi--
: Board of
:,, '1': .> ... For the information of th'eI ;; for ticket whites office slid and baggage negroes room, besides, while the the $2,000STREET__ n___._.. __ is condition. holding is his very Own present, but his r at Mt. Peace cemetery. incas telling of of Kicsimmee tile and offering valu.

j teemed Tampa Tribune : The express: office and platform is separated S _. able suggestions relative to going ahead
I COMMITTEE Everyone in this vicinity has heard of with the work of the Business Men s
from the. main building by about one
; Shakers have never represented hundreet feet. Ihere two long Mr. C. A. Coleofsrrie. Lewis county the-wonderful value of tho aoft shell League here. They brought in. several .

,.fJl' that Sitter Sadie Marchant was sheds one at either end are of the depot, last., Ky.He, arrived will in into town his on Thursday; j pecan, but we are beginning to believe favorable reports regarding our town
move homeon
for the accommodation of oassengera, Authorized to Employ Engineer to new they are not in it with a Pekin duck which our people appreciate very much.
--1' ..... A an old woman or that 'assistingone with a splendid cement walk running ] California and Sixteenth avenue, between Fifteenth owned by. Mr. Alexander Johns, which Mr. Healy brought before the Leaguethe

t.. ,');r- out of life" was one of the the entire length of building and sheda. Establish Grades. -streets. has the record of laying three eggs in question, "Why don't" St. Cloud
The this 'j I one day. Only one day Wa spoken of, have a telegraph station? This .is a
A.. t ; ,. cardinal principles of the ShakerS building depot was a. has.necessity At the meeting of- the City'- fVktunril' nn- Next Wednesday. Sent. 27th. will-- be I but full infqrmation-regarding<:dIng very.important mailer, and there was
for -
-i :; aectt1Qd'* o..phyaician' ever grown to such an passenger extent here during Monday i1lith-iu the street committee; Pennsylvania Day: The exercises and ones can be obtained by referenceto a committee appointed at on.ce to investigate -
the past two that the old buildingwas which is composed of C. W. Dann, dinner will be held in t.i. A. I K. hall. A A. Johns, St. Cloud Novelty works. S and see if we cannot have this,
testified that she might have years chairmar. M. Breaker and J. M.Ilansell. full attendance j
i wholly inadequate, but this one ; J.1. is desired. I. I I Mr. I)onegaivs.brought befor"e. the
lived several years longer. just opened will meet all demands for were empowered to employ League the matter concerning a teleI ,
Mr. S. J. Triplett, associate editor of
competent engineer to establish the
some to It is understood The I I I phone office, and a committee was appointed
--- ---- years come. grade of and these Misses Blackwell were in town the Kiseimmee Valley Gazette, was intown
the old wooden depot will be torn down our gentle- in their E. M. to look up this matter and report -
new F. car on Monday.Mr. Tuesday. lie came to attend the
then at began work that
once I
later. Mr. JDonegan was elected
VALLEY GAZCnE next week and the lumber used to build : inquest of the late Sadie Marchant as

section houses on this division. line.This action on the part of the Coun- J. D. Buck\ bee, who has. been IIv-1 the representative our county paper. :'I offered chairman free of the location committee.tot the office Dr Bryan in his
cil means that another has been wig temporarily in 'residence We are at all times pleased to see him. '
; :- Is the Medium to Which All Look A HAPPY ENDING taken toward the paving step of our streets, Thad pliver on Virginia avenue lie was much impressed and surprised ''either'first office building or,second giving floor choice, if of they room.would on

f 1 For Information About forida.! with vitrified brick, and we may now Ninth I street, moved to hint/new house' at the growth of St. Cloud. 'put one in.During .
confidently expect to walk over nicely on.his 10-acre tract, located ''in section : the evening Mayor: Stanford ,

4 Lest our thousands of readers should To a Romance That Began Over paved thoroughfares before another/, 14, a mile and a half from town. His Mr. Oleii Childs of Lakeland was a ''and Mr. Henley were taken in as memsihern <

4. forget or overlook the treat good the summer comes Upon us. wife and sister are with him, and all visitor at the Ladner House over Sun- of the BuHinemt Men's League, M/
Three Years Ago. At this lime some of our people become are well pleased with their new home. day. Doncgan already beingavalued memberof
t Valley Gazette is doing in building up \
4 a 4itth nervous over the seeming n _ that bomt.AiJiiirne(1
I this section and that it is looked to and Sunday night witnessed the closIng! unnecessarydelay on the part of the Wm. G. Krape and wire of Hotel The pie social given by the Ilebekahs to -next meeting night;

; read by perRons in all parts of the scene in a youthful romance that beganin street committee in pushing tbis much Itunnymede, were in town on Monday at Odd' Fellows hall was a grand auc- Mondiiy. Sept 25thKJSSIMMEE) .
this city more than tliree years ago; needed improvement, but the paving of friends. '
visiting i -
u:: United States who desire information when Mr. John | cess. Mr. find Mrs. J. J. Cummings
Chapman of -$umner, the streets of a city the size of Kissim-/ I
: concerning Kissimmee or Osceola count ja., led to the altar Miss I Kva Woodallof Thee i is a stupendaous undertaking furnished the music and Mrs. tJ. W. PARK
Alex. Johns is improving fast and ina Penn 'read I. W.
while Mr.
I I 4 few of the this city. a paper,
a the
ty, we reproduce many f.he gentlemen committee -
In comprising lew days will be.. able to take up his 1 Glffen gave an extemporaneous address, S
early spring of 1908 Mr. Chapman determined that the Interest I
l letters that have'rome' to this office during are people's :
work"at the
works. the '
novelty subject being the of the order.The
who wax then just verging into good
{ hall not suffer in any contract I Items of Interest from Our Busy
L the past ten days. proceeds amounted! to $20. Mrs..
manhood came here to visit relatives, they make and that streets shall .
I v _ I and was introduced to Miss Woodall a be paved with. the beet pur and most lasting Dr. J. H. Long. who flu been a sufferer -I I Anna Blythe is chaplain of the society.Mr. Neighbor Across the Lake.

r A Great Future. girl in her early teens. Between these material. for the past ten weeks with I -

young people an attachment was formed The committee met last night and iheumatism, is improving nicely, and Edward! M. Peckham is quite ill The KisHimmel Pllrk school is yet
Coats, Kansas :Sept.: 16( II! ] 1. that*grew into love as they became elected Mr. F. H. Jenkins as the engineer expects to be uptown shortly. at his home on Virginia avenue. lie 'without a "" "'//'r. Why does not some

'I Mr.' W. Bi Harris, Kissimmea, Ha. older. This past summer Mrs. Woodall ,>o establish these grades. i I spent the summer in the North return- one1 apply for the position?
Dear Sir:-Since visiting your town and daughter vivited friend at Sumner Friends of Comrade Simon Wes\way, I ing here about five weeks ago since,' | Mr ..J'uul Thompson) has closed! down
and during their month's; stay there these who, with his wife went to :Seattle: <<; I which time he has no been.out of the the I'eterK Lumber Co. mill and has
\ in April last I have been keeping in 'yohng )eople were thrown together on HOW TO BUY Wash., orr account. of his health, will be i house. 'The lower part of Iris body is left for Ilassinger' : hut Harrington's

i; : pretty close touch with developments in numerous occasions with the result grieved to learn that he is still failing [ paralyzed.A mill IS running full time. .
and around Kissimmee and am highly that a unity of hearts was the only in health.- and is now notable to be !Mr. Ilourk 01 Pennsylvania, and Mr.1
thing necessary to make their lives one about at all. M--y;; ; j I Higgins are getting ready fur fall plant-
: pleased with the progress the city and blissful dream. how to Keep, and Mow to Eat the friend of Plato received Ing. S

'! : ". country is making. While there I purchased a letter from that gentleman this week !I The Park
Miss Eva and her mother returned S settlers are indulging In a
k a tract of land in the Fowler home some four w.eks ago, and were S Orange. "The Man of Mystery by local tal. saying he would return here from'Amherst a little more sociability' of late several

-. : _._ subdivision and am well pleased with followed last week by Mr. Chapman. Millions of a four page leaflet will be ent, will be given in ttje Star theatreon. Ohio, in a few days. / families having exchanged calls. Thisis

; ( my; Investment, and expect to be with On Sunday accompanied by Messrs. J. distributed by the Florida Citrus Exchange Friday evening, Sept. 22. as it should be. Friendly intercoursewith
4 H. Woodall\I and J. M. llansell. Miss _through various channels this Lots in Whittier arc upllincr (aAi. I neighbors in new settlements isnecessary
,- you tbis fall and winter if everything Eva and Mr. Chapman went to Orlando. year. This leaflet Is entitled: 'The Mr. and Mrs. Warner, daughters Isabelle Their low price'of-$25 and $3inak,* to build up society.
works out my way which I think now where they were made. man and wife by Florida Orange;' How to Buy Them; and Pansy. Mr. and Mrs. Grimm, them an attractive investment. Manyof j Mr. Freeman has left the Park for

$ 1 j it will do. I am well pleased with the Rev. Chapman of the Methodist How to Keep! Them; How toEatThem."" Mrs. Mary Howell Miss Gertrude Johnson our leading citizens have been sufficiently In ian River, on the East coast.Joseph .

dt looks of that country and believe it hast They took the midnight train for Sumner It also tells of the necessity of the or- Mr. Robert Houston and Dick Bowers interested therein to make the Knge of Kissimmee Park, ia
,' where they are xpected to residein avngt; as a diet, in the sick room, the only went to the W. B. church Hill- trip some of them making purchases..j attending Hchool in Kis imm"e.
great future ahead of it. future. fruit for a baby- and how it gives a wo- iard's Island, last Sunday. and then An auto runs almost daily from here 'to Mr. McPhatter is superintending part -

Here is to Florida and Osceola county. -- ,- -- man a good complexlbn. spent the remainder of the day with I Whittier, leaving about 8 a. m. and returning of the company's work here, such as

: Yours respectfully, SEVENTEEN MILLS There Will also be issued ri recipe Mr. and Mrs. Funk. \ in the afternoon. The fare for looking after lots, stakes, contracts,

... 'W. S. ELEM.:: book telling of the various ways to prepare the round trip is $5, wnich is returned etc. T-
: citrus fruit tor the table, and to Expect to have Rev. Westcott back to parties purchasing. Arrangementsfor Mr. I Henry of Kistummec, will soon
make jellies marmalades, ciders, etc. with October the should be made in have the new dork at the Park ''com
us on Sunday, 1st, to take I trip advance
1/ Wants Sample Copy. the Assessment Placed on City,. This campaign will also include charge/ of his regular duties at the M. and applications addressed toT. C. Roberts pleted.! ty
straight out-and-out newspaper adver- E. church. or A. E. Drought will receive due The Linda comes and goes when she
Champion Neb., Sept. 13,. 1911. Property by the.. Council.The tising in Eastern papers. --- i attention. feels like it. Uncertainties are deplorable -
.; ( JCjssimmee; Valley Gavette. wonderful!' increase in our property About $25,000 is appropriated by the :, so hur )-up, Jnninj, and get your
Kind Sir Will exchange for this year's campaign andif This Friday afternoon Sept. 22nd, | craft In motion.
:- you please .send me a values and the number of new I
buildings constructed in Kissimmee the it proves the success the managers the Ladies' Relief corps are to visit the I Work of Business Men's League: Ui<'k Seaman is Hit latent addition to
sample of he Gazette? ;I am interested .
41 copy G. A. R. refreshments to be the Park Union
past year, which fact occasioned Assessor : expect a larger sum will be expended post provided Sunday school.!
l fn that'couhtry. and would like Prentiss to place the value of along the same lines next season by the ladies.. Good -social time Regular meeting of the. HusmeeeMen's Mrs. 1. S. Dement haa'returned from
the city : expected by all.i League was held'at the usual Pablo Beach.
: news, but am not'.. posted on .the property at one million dollars has 1 S S
enabled hour, 7:30, Monday evening in the G. Miss Ida and Mr.
price of ; the Council to reduce the : Crosby were
your paper millage Green Fruit A. R. hall with in Kissimmee .
taw. the
fr ; ; 4'' : : ,WM.: GARRISON. from eighteen seventeen mills! and Next $unday evening .Rev. W. F: chain President.* Smittvin . .Sunday. SS
'' ', : :-7 still give,the city several thousand dollars Enemies of the Florida>Citrus Exchange Kenney will take charge of the ChrIs- Several special committees reported CORRESPONDENT.'

'c : Coming This: Winter., had more this income during 1912 than it are circulating a report 'that the tian church services at the G. A. R. during the evening. S .' PARK

during year. green fruit law would operate against hall. I Mayor H. C. Stanford, Arthur E. fOWLER
; : :_ Unionville. N. C., Sept. 18, 1911. As a rule when cities begin building :he "out idere." while the members of Donegan and B. F. Ilealey of KisHimmee _

c Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, at the rapid rate Kissimmee is today, the exchange would be immune from St. Cloud people will be glad to know I came over to attend the meeting
Fla. the tax assessment is increased to meet I the act; and further that theexchangewould that there is every prospect of the TI- bringing with them two friends. Local happenings Told
c' the many advanced steps taken, but the use its power in causing "out mediate connection with Kissimmee by I Committee on organization of a fire
; Gentlemen: would greatly appreciate members of our council believe they, siders" be S I
b prosecuted and make so telephone. brigade reported favorably, having by Our Correspondent.
a copy of your newspaper, or an can'do all the work necessary to makeall much noise that exchange could ship I .. -- -
contemplated improvements with the stuff with I 111 r. K inlC 'is foijr-mch
impunity. -- --- --- -- having well
1.._ j. editorial giving a description of your green -- -- - \
revenue they will derive from seventeen put down. .
could be
Nothing sillier than such .
report -
,j g,', Section. I am arranging to go to some mills, and no one doubts they will, for because Manager Temple causeda *. 44 S I Capt. Jim Davis IS taking the.5 children -

1 part of Florida during the'latter part of they are all business men who are thoroughly circular to be issued to all sub- to school in Vnns Agnew's boat.

: the year and'your section seems to be capable of conservatively and exchanges warning them of the provisions S until his boat which is being rebuilt, is
highly recommended. safely conducting the city's affairs. of the green fruit law and that the i KissimniEE i completed. lie will then be ready to
There are few of us who do not send BJIPTIST CHURCH serve the ark
in\,.must not be a party to any people as well as the
Thanking advance
L for information forth
you awful
any an howl when our taxes are deception, nor openly ship unfit fruit. school children.Mr. .
A' '
I given increased and now that the city coun- Mr. Temple takes exceptions to an 4 5 45c Rezner has a new house built on 11
I J. B. LITTLE. cilmen have lowered them one mill it article printed in a state paper which Contending "carneMtlv for .tlie fmth "hi" ,." W.B one. 4 19. and Mr. Henderson, his gardner
'- f! appears that the time has come around quoted certain growers as of the opinion rural) delivered unto the baliilH. -Jude: 8. : moved out Tuesday so as to be on the..

when a small amouut of commendation that the law was aimed at the "out: 45 -S 4 ground to see that the truck grows.
Sends List of Names. would be in order.Attempt OFKIOKKM OK1 TIIK CMIITKCIf Mr. Reed io
aiders. He replies in his usual vigorous living at home and board-
: Zumbrota Minn., Sept. 12 n stvle as follows: BUNYAN STEPHENS. Pastor. ink at the same place now that Mrs.
1911. In the first place this law and the i C. W. DANN, Clerk. C. F. BRYAN, Treasurer. Reed has arrived.Mr. .
: .. Mr. W. B. Harris, Kissimmee, Fla. Made Upon fight which the Florida Citrus Exchangeis DEACONS-C. A. Carson; C. J. Woodall. N. C. Bryan, and Mrs. Reep were in town

i Dear Sir:-Enclosed please find\ list of making for its enforcement (and intends J. W. Wilder.-J. M. Willson Jr., Joe Jeffords. M. Tuesday to nee their son, Don off to a

sires of a few more prominent people Life of R. 0. Meek to continue to make, through this J. Hicks, A. S. Gilbert, J. M. Hansell), W. H. Jones. military school.! Sorry he did not join

to whom I would like to have your paper ----'- season, and all future citrus seasons un- ---j ==-=-- -- 4 the crowd and attend our high school
til\the practice of shipping immatureand Groceryman Floyd sent a man out to
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, sent (Continued from first page.) ORDER OF 4. interview his
unripe fruit has been entirely wiped SERVICE-SEPT. 24. 1911 customers in Fowler Park
4 ;. 1 for a few weeks. They are people who drawing a line from where the load of oat), is not a law ora fight aimed against 9 Tuesday, with a view to making regular -

I. are thinking of going to Florida this shot struck the post and where they out growers or shippers outside of the-ex- S 5 weekly deliveries. Park folks soon

S $ winter and as I am trying to get themto the limbs of a tree on the other side of change: as against those within its ranks Z. MORN1NG-11:00: 4 I will feel quite citified .
to Kissimiree the veranda, and that the portion of the It is a fight for the restoration of Flor- Piano Prelude 4 Capt. Draper of the/Linda, has moved
go Prairie it may help line opposite the door knob was only da's citrus fruits to favor and the prestige Doxology !, on the East aide, and occupies one of
them to decide if they can have the sixteen inches away. Mr. Meek was they once held with the consuming 9 Invocation Mr. King's houses.

privilege of reading between now and asked to stand in front of a door lead >uWic-reputation has suffered to an i I Mrs. Rezner and Sarah Anna. Fowler

a the time they expect to go South. ing to a jury room, just as he stood almost incalculable extent through the Hymn 6-"Come Thou Almighty King"Scripture I were shopping in Kiasimmee, Saturday.

S \ I notice that the I when shot was tired and Mr. Snyder, shipments, season after season of large Lesson I CORRESPONDENT.
,' people who have measuring found that it was twenty quantities of oranges and grape fruit Hymn 309-"Majestic Sweetness"Prayer
t been; receiving your paper are becoming I inches from his back to the door kriob. that was unripe. sour, and utterly unfit I
i and Announcements S
S more and more interested in that part Mr. Campbell. who also boards with For a hog, much less for a human being i MOLD YOUR fRUIT :-

of Florid 1 am very much obliged to I Mrs. G. W. Basil, stated that his room to eat. That consumers once buyingand Offertory 481- "What Hast Thou Done" ni

4 is next to Mr. Turlington; that he is ill trying it quickly drop it, and either Sermon-Peace
: ; you for sending it to the people whose I and cannot sleep well and that on this "pass up citrus fruits for some time Invitation 159-"Faithful Guide" i Be Slow in Contracting With BuyersSo

names I sent you a short time ago, and particular night he did not go to sleep thereafter, or turn to that which is ripe i i

.f 'S if you will kindly add the enclosed i till 2 a. m., that Mr. Turlington came from other sections of the country has EV.Jo.NING-730: : Early in the Season.
in and retired shortly after 8 o'clock been the bitter experience of the
names to the list you will add to obI I past. Using
my all. a basis the
.4 and he did not hear him stirring aroundafter. And even with the provisions of this lawfully Song Service- newspaper report -

ligation. Respectfully yours, i that time. Cross examined he lived up to, it is going to take i 497-"The God of Harvest .Praise; !" 6.000,000() that the.boxes orange crop would exceed
M. S. Vliut. : thought he would have heard! the ''de some time to regain the ground which 219-"O Lord Remember Ma" i Northern buyers are
canvassing the
4 : -- fendant/ he had gone down stairs or has been foolishly and needlessly lost- state and offering low
prices for fruit
I returned before eleven o'clock. Mr. but it can, will and must b.e done. Prayer on the trees or per box.
4' c List of Jurors. 1 Campbell also testified that he did not And let me say right here-and publish 34-"Sun of My Soul" 9 Some box sales have been reported at $1.00
S ti hear Mr. Turlington go down after 11 it far and wide-the exchange wanta"outaide" i Scripture Lesson 9 fruit. oranges and $1.50 a box for
The following is a list of Petit Jurors grape
Thought he would have heard growers (not "independent"as
for October I Song 67-"His Yoke l Is Eaey"t While not
the term of'the holding
S 9 out too
County high
j him had he gone down, as the stairs you use the word for no grower of S expec.
-a. Court: creak when anyone goes up or down. I citrus fruits is entirely.independent of Announcements and Prayer 4 tations, we would advise growers to be
,' A. E. Bass W. Thomas, D. W. Al Mrs. G. W. Baas testified that her 1 his fellow growers when it comes to Offertory 456'; "We'll Work" slow in making contracts with buyers*

'4 : derman' E. L. Overstreet, C. B. Hicks, I room is right underneath Mr. Turling I certain common i interests affecting the Sermon-"The Power of God's Presence"Invitation so early in the season.
S .( C D. Carroll W. B. Harris, W. A. ton's and that the stairsteps run by a industry) to inform it of any violationon There ia no better authority on the
225- Will
Si, Hall! J. S. Stratton R. A. Bowen orange market than Sales
window to her room, which was openon the part of Its growers and hereby 5 Manager Bur
S4 A. Parker_,_C._C. Wolfe.Subdivisions_ _. L..I the night; in question; that.she..was 'calls on all growers of citrus fruits 9. WORK DAY 5 4S ton has of the the Florida Citrus Exchange He fl,
_ not well that night and lay awake till "out ide".of the exchange to report to 4 spent past three months visiting -
VT: I 2 o'clock, that if Mr. Turlington bad wire, at our expense) any yfola.tions . Saturday, Oct. 7, for the Building Fund of the the v.ery market of importance from
-S Wanted. left the house she would have heard of any of the provisions the Jaw FLORIDA BAPTIST ORPHANS HOME. 4 Mississippi river to the Atlantic sea

J 4 v We want land suitable for subdivis him. Said Mr. Turlington retired in question. And will assure them of The object is to raise $5000. The plan is for every 4 board, and and he Is very optimistic on the

S shortly after S o'clock. |the am protection offered exfh... e to the of grape situation. He
ions anywhere in the United States. ; 4 one give earnings that day to this fund. You believes the
What bav you got! G. W. Bass stated! that Mr. Turling- growers in keeping the name of tbe'in- are earnestly asked to place the money in an envelope 4 more than exchange) will average
_ S4 ton assists hi in In .and looking 1 formant confidential-If $2.00 a box on its shipment
.S, BLANCILWFBANTZ REALTY Co. milking he wants it so. and drop it in the contribution plate Sunday, Oct. 8. Mr. Burton
39tf Jiuntingtdn. W. Va. after the cows and calves that he< Any grower or person either in or outo "Let each one of you lay by him in store as he has confidence: that the trade now
helped him early Tuesday mornlng-and ( tjut exchange who is fearless enough may prosper.."".-"! Cor. 162. that It in the Florida orange;
identified the shoes In evidence as the i S and has the welfare of the state *ufnctently :: 4: will no longer be imposed upon
Qld newspapers for sale at this office ones) which .he wON''at that time., ha .t heart to want it to be known with unripe and unfit fruit, that- the* .
0 cents a 'hundred;f examined the gun and stated that It was i that he'Is against this evil. practice. 444444 44444444 449 pack is the best and fruit is of"fine ; '
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Ttie KlsslDimcc Valleu Gazette ..... J.' 'W.: Miller'end E. L Lealey -J I Mr. Ralph"Johnson,,,:of 'Portsmouth : Messr." I. ,j. and J.-Cl;' Grifnnnd Jt: .II' .. ,

: ,, wen visitor to.Orlando this week, Ohio arrjved' in the city Monday> and b., Wilson returned laat night from' JRESQLUllONS I e' BA N D' :(CONGER: ; ? .
( called attend to make Kissimmee his Lake Park. Ga.. where .
[4 !,."" Ht. being there to Important expect permanent they went last 1 I ; .
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"II'' business matters "- home. He began work' at' Aia Saturday bring Dr. Rivers' antomo- -- -
"y rade.,earpenterfngi.oo Tuesday momngrand bite! home, whicfe! the doctor left there ',On the Death of the Honorable John To Be Given at the Bandstand .
'F(PJLJBLISHEDEVERY:TOIDAY" *Miss' Marie 'Wlllard. who bas been his family will come down a three or four weeks ago On account ot: '' on T* '

..-..r- '. the guest of Miss1 Ruth, Butler for the little later in the season. the rainy weather up there. Milton Bryan. Broadway Tonight "
& ast ten returned to her home atliartow ,It,
!'. > days; Mr. Henry Funk j'1 "
NARAi and his
W..B. brother"
John MUton r
thec1ty'that'Hon. Bryan.
)Information hat reached 8Om.tlmecbal
on Tuesday., James. and his sister The concerts given by our band on ,
.. . : C. A. Carson bad successfully have been Miss Anna, who man of the Board of Bond Trustees; : Friday nights at the handsome stand on .
JWeather The Children Sewing Circle"met at undergone an operation at a sanitarium rusticating here on their chairman of the Board of County Com- becoming ao popular that
the home of Mrs. John J..':Overstreet i In Jacksonville, and bad so far recovered father's ranch for several) weeks, returned missionera,..State Senator.member of I several of our citizen are thinking '''Ij '
: on Saturday afternoon and spent a most 1 as to be able to be removed to tbe ast' to their home in Kissimmee the 'Florida, Railroad Commission and either soliciting funds from the public:
L Report) ejjoyabl( two hours >rivate< residence of Senator. N. P., Saturday. Henry is a bright: for many years a prominent and distinguished or asking the City Council to make an

/ Bryan,,. Mr Carson's' bro r-ln-1aw. Sutherland and is studying few at citizen, and truly the Father of appropriation sufficiently large to ....
College.and for pay
. " bolder.ioes predict Osceola county, departed tails l IKe'on
the band for
these .
tbe daily temperatureajand Mr.. and Mrs. E. S. Stoltea and daughter him a bright future in his chosen "pro .. concerts, as we can,
Following are 15th, A. D. 1911, at his late not expect these men to devote their' ..
precipitation; as,, next; .Morning prayer the, litany. and" arrived in the city last night from porter-Star.fesllon.-.Pilleca tle Cor.. Orlando** 'Re' home' at, Dania, In, bade county. Flor. time and talents. toward amusement 'V'.. si
; sermon. at 11 0 clockMr. Sedan Kans, and will' remain until id
,3c., ';' reported.,by the Government S. next spring and probably for "all"time. ; ''Mr: rod Mrs; Geo.G: Seiler' 'and children '- .Not''lthstandlng 'ht.'feeblene i''aiid without pie of weeks some compensation two professional; In a eou

: station at KJs Immee for the 0. Fowler' Florida sales! agent Mr.Stokes has been reading the 'Valley arrived in the city Saturday from lingering; illness, the intelligence of -his ette players will arrive from the clarion-North,

;!? A week'ending Sept 2lr 1911. of.the fooler Agency of Kansas City absence -, Gazette for the past few tnonths.which Browns Ill.,,and will remain here per death came'as a shock, and caused universal to join the. band which addition ,
after wilt
has returned the city an '
, is the reason of his coming to this city. manently. ,bU'. Seiler has been a rural sorrow throughout1 the state olFtarjda make 'JU aimmee Cornet Band one o;'
I ' '- MAX tmt. RAIN of several weeks ,, mail carrier for the past eight years and his former neighbors and ''
.. the'supenor organisations in the
,'\ License tares for the"state and coun- ; state.
and thinks
.y.tem.lhduld be co-workers-in Osceola feel the '.. '
f Friday . . .- 39 7t ,'. Don Nelson iBeep Makinson left 'this ,week Victor, for Hill Charles and ty expire September 80th, and the law in this' section *The reason of- great loss occasioned by county his death.. rendered The tonight: the program to. ,be r'

.. Saturday. . 91 '68 .. ton, S. C., where they will attend the says it Is a misdemeanor to conduct its coming to Kissimmee was the reading During his residence in this county he Peace1 .
1. and
!f Suriday.. . . . fl5 68Monday :. Porter Military School. any business requiring a tax without of the Valley Gazette, which he has reared and educated his splendid" ,children Al Prosperity March.
paying. Be wise and consult Mr. C.
been receiving for the few months whom two' United
past !
. among were
T' . . 90 '- -
" Mrs. W. II. Hudson and baby, Grace Bandy: at the court house on the through the courtesy of the County States senators, a distinction perhaps,L'7t My Creole Sua. "- :- ';; ;0 "Wall; *= %
Tuesday. ., .. 8860 .. of Oakland Fla., have been the guests first of October I in regard to the matter. Commissioners never possessed by any. other American' G. L. Davis .

Wednesday. . 82 71 '4' eince Wednesday of her brother, Mr. T. The Baptist social last Saturday citizen. 3. Mandy Jane a - 'Schottische..

," Thursday y . _"., 1m.G9 . E. -Speer, and family. Mr. C. C. Wolfe has been engaged a success Quite a number -from nightwas He'was a pioneer In the development Walter.'Rolfe. . -r.
the past week wiring the new Meiklejon 4. Overture .* Inaplr.tlon'v' v
Kissimmee were in attendanc6.-Miss of South Florida, a leader In all pro- '
Miss,Corrie Miller left Tuesday for residence on Paradise Island for electric Rosie Harris has gressive movements a public-spirited Al Hayea.B. .

'. ' -.-._ ."--_.. ---,- Lake City where she holds the position lights. -We understand a wire will be attend,school during gone the to oomin citizen in the broadest sense of that ., Sylvan EchoeaValtzel.. -
of assistant In the musical department. run from the city plant| to the island to Mrs. W. W. Patrick returned[ from Kis- term: and although he did not enjoy B. G. McFall.
." NMMM-- N" 'Columbia College. --" furnish the current, and will.probablybe slmmee Monday.-Miss 'Annie Funk the advantages of a college education 6. Stop, Stop,Stop March&Two-step

ruE J Mrs. George Saundere and Mrs. E. L. Fowler extended Park. to Kissimmee Park and will return to her 'home at Kissimmee he lived to.provide for the education of: 7. Sobre Las Irving Olaa Berlin... Waltz.. '
all his children. -
LOCAL flfiD: Barnes of Kissimmee are-,visiting their Friday Sadie Aleman of Kissim '
1 Milton and JuventinOtRosas/ .
Ji visited John Bryan was a soldier
mee relatives
here this
of Shaker week.- .
parents Mr. and Mrs. C..L. Smith atPomona. The story the Colony near ,
8. Belles March.
Megaphone -. 4
citizen battle
Mrs. Kmma Hansell of Kissimmee vis- a good ; courageous in he
Kissimmee of
.-Palatka News: has aroused the thought '
-i I the nation. While there: have been fre- I ited her niece Mrs. Maggie Tanner, of was a power in peace, and a conspicuous Serenade, E. M.. Blakey.. Herbert.. -
Victor .
'" ,__ Mr. Heeland Bell of Aahbum, Ga., quent agitations of euthanasia prop- this place last Saturday and Sunday: leader in reconstruction days in 9. ,
week with his Mrs. Jqnes Hansell of Florida.. His service in behalf of the 10. Fraternity r- March.
Gilbert' who has been spending a osition, this is the first avowed instance Kissimmee visit-
fall at A. S.
New goods arriving 39tf I parents, Rev and Mrs. J. T; Bell, le.ft oiteticejnthiacountry. Kissim- ed relatives! here last Saturday and Sun people of Osceola county his legislative Al.Hayes.
record and his service the railroad 11.: Dreams-Just Dreams *
day.-Pmecstle Notes upon
for his home on Sunday. mee will figure in the headlines of the I Florida '
commission satisfactoryto Ted Snyder.
Sentinel. were eminently
,,; 'Trade meets Monday big for months tocome. _
of some
The Board newspapers I 12. Yankee Hustle C March.B.
Mr. and Mrs. Med. Read and childrenof Tribune.Mr. his people, in the wisdom and patriotism
,I'. V night. Kissimmee are In the city on 'a visitto -Tampa I MAYOR STANfORDAppoints of whom he ever had an abiding ., G. McFall.

'1. All kinds of school! shoes at A. S. ,Mrs. Read's mother, M'1'II..1lIa; Mar- G. W. Kline and family, of Le- faith. therefore,- ..

j Gilbert's. 39tf quis.-Polk County Record. noir N. C., arrived ia the city Tues- Now' as a mark of respectto A want ad. in the Valley,Gazette, al
dead of
the the Board
' ', Mr. Sam Lang paid a business visit The American Woman's League will) day wiU to have remain charge permanently.of the orange Mr.( grove Kline i Delegates to Attend Two 'i County distinguished Commissioners of Osceola county ways brings results. '

"n:: to Bartow last.week hold its regular meetings in future every and other property of Mr. Z. S. Miller ;: Waterways Conventions.Mayor Florida, do hereby order. and direct ,
other Monday afternoon instead of that these resolutions' be transcribed in
R. J. Cunningham, dentist, office in Monday as heretofore.Mrs. in Kisaimmee Park, and began at once H. C. Sanford in answer to II the record of the minutes of this Board'
4{ Fraternity Hall ooUding. 31-tf 6 every putting the new ground in condition for requests, has appointed Messrs. W. B. that copy be engrossed and presented ANNOUNCEMENTS

'10' 4 T. E. Speer returned last Friday planting a crop of vegetables this win- Harris, P. A. Vans Agnew and ArthurE. tn the family of the deceased, and that
." Capt. Henry O'Neal was transacting ter. Donegan &delegates to attend the
from a visit to Sanford. She was accompanied + fbe 'san.e be) furnished the local newspapers -
/' business in the city Tuesday. home by Mrs. G. E. Vincent, Lakes to the Gulf I for publication. For Clerk Circuit Court I,
.' Visited his who has been her guest the post week. On Monday J.: F. Brown bronght to convention to be held in Chicago Octb- I E. 1.. LEsz. ; At the urgent ollaltatlon of my frimtds'
4 Attorney H. D. Geiger this office two bean pods each measuring her 12-14; also Messrs. C. A. Carson Chairman.E throughout the oonnlj herb announce mfalt t !
.imother at Apopka Sunday. .Dr. McCall, Lee Lovell, Talmadge thirteen inches in length and two S. J. Triplett, Arthur E. Donegan, P. i L. D. OVER8TREET. a candidate for Olerlt of u>.InrcultOourt I>
In and for Onoeola at the coming
Mr. A. S. Gilbert made a brief buei- Wiley and R. F. Ueecker spent Sundayin inches jn width. While the size of these A. Vans Agnew J. M. Lee Geo. Sin- 4' ACKIE3 F. BASS. mar*. I 4rlHh to thank the people for the*1 t I C
last week. Kissrmmee, going via auto route.ApopkaKotes pods is nothing unusual in this section, gletary J. M. Hansell. J. S. Stratton OLIVER R. BASS. kind auppori to the pies, and Mollpit their rapport 1
ness visit to :Tampa till attracted much attention In .the future. If- elmtad, I led.* my l'
they have
in Orange Cuunty Citizen \ H. D. Colvin and J. O. We New as dele- -*- S:'PEARca. ..
W. : faithful aer..lre .d.personal attention to the
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rewis, from .tr ngers who have ben! accustomed gates to attend the Mississippi to Atlantic Attest: . duties of the offlo Respectfully,
.on Tuesday, September 19th, a girl. Dr. W G. McLeod of Pen a I the city, a guest of Attorney II. D. peck instead of the pod. be held at Montgomery,.Ala., Novem-
. 4. Mr. Louis Shiverot Cocoa wa transacting Geiger. I'r. McLeod is contemplating ber 20-22. .
business in the city Tuesday.Mr. opening a dental parlor in Kissimmee. Mr. W. H. Norton cashier of the Jiath of these conventions will deal r

Citizens Bank returned to the city last with problems that mean much for the
Henry Funk left this week to The members of the Board of Trade night from a month s trip through the development of the South, especiallythe There is no other thing valued so

It:. :resume his studies at Southern College. should ing will not be forget.that Held Monday night regular: and meet that principal cities of the Northwest. He one to be held Montgomery, &8- a family. pictures of the old home. You KODAK I
he visited
that, at place pea the under
says every now consideration
plan to ,
:. Blue Ribbon ice cream best in town. matters of extreme. importance will be ple were'talking about Kisaimmee, and connect the Gulf with the Atlantic JI1'O-" can beyour own photographer if yon .wa m. :,.
f' 31-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. '
presented. that we may expect.hundreds of home- vides that a canal be dug across Flor- 1

... Born, to Dr.' and Mrs. 6. W. Downing Mr. M. Katz has returned to the city seekers to come hare aa soon as the Ida. and as the most feasible route lies WE SELL THE BEST MAKE
-- harvest season is over. directly through Lake it
on Saturday September 16th, a son. from a three weeks' visit to Baltimoreand Tohopekaliga,
will be to the good of our city if every l
Crushed Rose Perfume the finest New York where he,purchased his Mr. A. S. Nelson is in receipt of a delegate appointed attends, end -use PHARMACY"1 '.MLLBY.
on this market. Kissimmee bruit Co.31tf"V fall ai d winter- stock of dry goods and telegram from Messrs. P. A. Vans. Agnew their best efforts to bring the plan to a OSCEOLA rI .
clothing.Mrs. and J. M. Lee who are spendinga successful conclusion.

Roadmaster J. E"Jolly of the A. C. W. II. Bruton of Mulberry, few days !in Jacksonville, stating that

.ow L., was in the city this week on an inspection who has been visiting relatives in this the Consolidated Naval Stores Co. had --- --. - --- ,
-T tour. given them a check for $250 toward: de-
city, left Wednesday for McBe. S. C.,
the cost of the Kissimmee ex-
fraying I
'where she will spend the remainder of
Mrs. Lee Bandy and children- hibit in the Southprn,Commercial Con- .. ,
Ja/iia are in the city for a short visit the summer. gress building at Washington,, D. C. I a '

with relatives. the week end }
Mr. H. E. Swabey) spent ,
Messrs. P. A. Vans Agnew and F. H. at Pablo Beach, and states that on Sun- We are sorry to say that unknowingly o /
,r business day a bather in the surf at that place we did Sheriff C. F. Prevatt an injustice -
Jenkins transacting
bitten almost when we stated in our article
had an arm and a leg entirely -
in Tampa. off by a hark. l \ detailing the death of Sister Sadte Mar- sir

i. A good well established mercantile.I. chant and the placing in jail of Sister '

business for sale 'Apply to. box 316, Mr. D. E. Freeman, superintendentof Elizabeth Sears and Brother Egbert 55S' ,
Kissimmee, Fla. 37 tf traffic of the southern division of tbe Gillette. Sheriff Prevatt did not place 'S k
: A. C. L., was in the city this week superintending Sister Sears in jail but merely detained "
: Mr. ft: ; A. Cranford, of Jacksonville, the opening up of the new her in his residence, which adjoinsthe

;, was In the .cIty Tuesday attending to brick passenger, depot. jail, and provided- her with every. w. "
i'. business matters. comfort.During.
: ,. Mr..J.. McPhatter received a telegrama "
Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and few days ago conveyir\g'the\ sad news the past week Mr: S. B. Ault- .'

and we will get a drink Qlthe best that his brother, McCoy McPhatter, roan had as his guests Mr.,and Mrs.
soda water made. 3ltf had died suddenly! of heart failure at Kitchin and Doctor Kennedy of Somerset .
his home in Raiford N. C. Ky., whom he complimented withan a 'i ts.
Mrs. Maude Bruton, ot Nicholn Fla., auto to Tampa and Thonotosas-
Is visiting Mrs. N. F. Bass at her homein been
Mr. G. B. Tatman who has sa, Mr. Aultman owning an extensive .
North. Kisaimmee spending a month at Benton Harbor, orange grove at.the latter place. The .

4 Saturday ''a Jewish holiday the Mich., arrived in the city Monday, and Kentuckians were more than delighted -' .
store of Mr. M. Katz will be closed un- left jon the steamer Lillie Tuesday for with this section of Florida and it is The Colony Distinctive
his plantation near Rosalie. probable they will decide to make their I
til 6 p. m. on that day. : permanent home among us . .

Mr. Joe Woodard of Bartow is 'spend- Mrs. W. H. Farmer has purchased
of the 4
ing the week! in the city attending to the millinery business Misses Mr. William B. Harris, editor of the I
and that she has
Hodges.- states employed .
private business affairs. Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee,
'-t. one of the best hat-trimmers in Fla., paid a brief visit to Laurens Wednesday Va
Mr. Allison Bass, of Cordele, Ga., is the country to take charge of her WOrK coming over from Clinton ,

visiting his aunt, Mrs. R. T. Butler, at room. -. where he had spjent several days on bus- f
her home on Verona street. iness. Mr. Harris ill Laurens
a county ;
Judge and Mrs. J. H. Walker of Baa ,
, the singer returned to the city last Monday boy, and served his apprenticeship in .
Mr. M. H. Porter spending
the offices of this- Sev-
newspaper city.
with his and from a week's pleasure trip which they
" week in Punta Gorda son eral he located in Florida and .
years ago -
daughters, who reside there. spent at Jacksonville and St. Augustine. .
t : They left Tuesday on the steamer established a paper of his own, whichhe

! ,Mrs. L. II. Cohoon and Mrs. J. L. Lillie for Bassinger. conducts with fine success.-Lau- Jr IS! jJfi4jL[

.. Beaman returned Tuesday from a few I renaville (S.. C:) Herald. .
days stay with friends at Fort Myers. Anyone in this city or vicinity Interested .
in the formation of a lodge of Mr. C. E. Call of West Cheshire, .
Mr. L. R. FaraneTTBHwrpentihe operator Odd Fellows in Kissimmee, is requestedto Conn., spent couple of days in the city
in the Narcoossee section, was a communicate with Mr. H. E. Swabey last week and was shown the courtesiesby '

visitor to our city Monday and Tuesday. who can be found at the office of Mr. J. MtPhatter. While here Mr. 4 P A\JI1JK C 1 1l 1t 1tt
the Pioneer Plumbing Shop on Broad- Call visited this office and spoke veryhighly
Lenora Van Duzor of Kissimmeeis
of our city and surrounding: coun- +
the guest of the Misses Van Duzof on way.Mr. try, saying that he would probably re- -
Central avenue. Orlando* Reporter- A. W. Gustus of Chicago has accepted turn here later in 'the fall and locate .J

Star. r a position as deputy in County permanently. Since the above was putIn

Capt. Will Knight left Tuesday for Clerk A. E. Uonegan's office, and be- type (dr. Call has returned tothis or

.Fort Myers, where he has accepted a gan work this week. Mr. Gustus is an city, after visiting other sections of,,the

positson with Menge Bros., builders of experienced stenographer and typewriter : state, and will rent a house and send ,. I .
docks. . and will be a valuable addition to for his family.
"" ,. the office.
T'1 Messrs. J;,',\M. Lee and P. A. Vans A most pleasant surprise was given
Agnew left for Jacksonville on Wednesday Mr. J.: J. Brophy, general managerof Mr. and Mrs. Denis Blenis on Friday

night to attend to urgent business i- the Citrus Southern Railway, was in night last by a large number of their ,
matters. the city this week making arrangements friends the occasion being the forty-
for the distrilution of crossties fifth anniversary of Mr.and Mrs. I
Mrs. N. C. Bryan returned to her along the right of way over our streets. Blenis' marriage. The evening was .
home in this city Saturday night aftera Mr. Ujrophy states that the roadway is spent in happy converse, many re&tinf
month's visit with her sister at Chat now b 1Trg' graded between Sanford and incidents of the days ,when aj "youni T

tanooga, Tenn. Orlando. folk they took passage upon the ship

Mr. W. B. Harris editor of the Val- The next Layman's Meeting will be that sails the matrimonial served sea. De.
; ley Gazette, returned Friday night froma held tit the Presbyterian church Sunday lightful refreshments were and F k
at a late hour the departed witha
ten days' visit to his old home in afternoon at 3 o'clock and will be led by; guests
South Carolina. Brother J. M. Gardner with the subject "m y you live a long time yet" to I II
"Definite Purpose." All men and this good man and estimable woman. I .

Little Miss Virginia Lesley,entertained boys cordially invited. Come out and f
'..... a number of her friends on Saturday spend one short hour with us. These v.
afternoon from 3 to 5 in honor of her. meetings are interesting and will do

fifth birthday tr ,you good. A. S. Nelson, Chairman..a..NNNa.NNNN.NNaNNaN. Mrs. W.Successor H. to Farmer Kissimmee 'Valley Land'Compa .Y -

I ,.......__.....\__. aNN'aa6 ............ ,.. .., MISS M. B. HODGES '

-r attention to the I For" ten days S I .
! Special given regulation ,, '
I DR.. R. J. CUNNINGHAM of children's teeth. will sell ,. Vice-President'do Manager "

I, I., Gas and local 'anaesthetic given. I L dies' andChildren's

for. the extraction of teeth. .

t'. i I I DENTIST I cheerfully Examination given.advice and estimates ;I 'HATSFrom KISSIMMEE - I .o- 0 FLORIDA' , :

. i OPEN EVENINGS J Five Dollars .25 Cents -. -.'.-- ." ..,.......("- .
; ;" r pawn to-
, flATERI" .
; 1 TELEPHONE NO.. 105 "

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Y -- r T, M. RIVERS, ,M. ;r>. I. < mi i Mini 11 inn i HIM HAVE YOU EVER -- y_ .5 n.The
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f WISH' to ,ay to the contemplating f PHYSICIAN4[ and'SURGEON. II' "DAIRY COW FEEDING. ;
builder In Kissimme and 1 1' 111 TAKEN CALOMEL'?' ''

surrounding country that I have 01moeoyer Osoeola.\Pharms\: yI Maintain the conditions the I II Engine That Keeps 'Going, ,, ,
acceeded in the'agency'
getting _
Residence ,asm throughout the ..Jeara.
I 63. I
for the well known brand Cherokee ,
: (OIB04.J48 found In'the-early-part'of the Next Don't Do It It's : ,
Cement; Plaster. It will go' < cobdlUonil. Tjme Danjerboi.. "
These are
farther, make a harder wall and. -... . summerr Try DodW. LiverTone'Iiutead. '' '''i
: abundance
described as follows; An Dependable
better wall, spread easier and TUB rOOS GASOLINE ENGINE. 'i'J
give better satisfaction than any ,- of palatable' food, batJJanced It'< Safe.. L 'J.A
4 'other brand made.; Every: sack W. L. WINNPHYSICIAN"--" -ration, succulept .r Uol1, .
t e You ought to know what .dangerous
guaranteed. One million dollars ", modente. temperature, comfort.. r Economical J.
I ,backs up guarantee. $15.00 ton. able surroundings. and [uncertain drug the chemical,' calomel %

The following statements indicate < ,. isi.. .Perhaps' ,you' 'knoW'-.everal; 1Oseeola
>,. 01CKERSON, Cwttichr Ml lunder.I RNIDRNCSPNONi3.. KMIHMIBS.Orrics .. in eeneraJ.4bellmounu to people have been salivated by what,
ProN. H7. KLOMDA. wqo( ,; :
I 'd 'feed; they' thought .was, a very light dose of Trouble-Proof :J J"THERE'S ; 1

Feed -all the roughness the calomel. :.
G. THOMASON will clean at all :
F. cow eat up
Next time you havean attack of biliousness
A/ksa.d hatk. times.'- or when your liver hu'gotten il
rT Feed one pound of grain per \ A REASON"W
< day for each pound of butterfat sluggish, come to Kissimmee Drug Co."i 1
; store ask for bottle"of Dod I
produced per week or one drug and a
I ; t Real Estate Agency. = Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 pound of grain dally for each son'a Liver-Tone. You will find it a'
: I V three of milk. pleasant tasted liquid and a perfect substitute ASK US' H V ? t,;
%m m. w m mm.m.. mm.m mm** | B. D. WIENENGA tall ,
o.1. Feed the take
\ cows ; for calomel in every respect and \

Realty bought and sold. VETERINARIAN without gaining in weight without the dangerous aftereffects of '

Houses rented. t M-I-M'M 11 in M-H-H-I-H-I-I Calomel. 1
Taxes paid and Titles verified ALL DISEASES Dodson's Liver-Tone gives the liver, We Carry Large Stock of Pipe, Pumps and Engine i

j for non-residents. Day I'hon 211. RAISING BIG HORSES. just the amount of gentle stimulation it'' ---- -- ------ '$'
J Fire, Life: and Accident In- II. NilAt( Phone 182 0 RLANnO. FEA. needs to induce it to do i its work prop-

,l surance. It'4iI Youngsters N..d Gr..n ,F..d to Kesp erly,and thoroughly. The Kissimme BARKLEYo1.o1.!

Jt Indemnity Bolids.F f JJR. N. L. BRYAN Th.m Growing.We ;! Drug Co. will give you yqur money back THE CAMERON &

................. ....... 'V'9.\ DENTIST are now upon a most trying, any time Dodson's Liver-Tone fails to
period .of the year for liordea, and especially -: prove itself a perfect Substitute for cal COMPANYTAMPA ;'
young horses writes I... Ogllry' 1
0 Squires Building omel. ,,
New York AvenueST. In the Brl\lder'e Our.etle. The succulence -
F FLORIDADR of Hie grnns will noon have departed FLORIDA I'I'I '
.. The Home Bakery Man : and much of It will In a short time Solicitor's Employer. .
hqve passed Its most nutritious stage The porter of-a small hotel being attacked ,i
Takes this opportunity to thank I and become tough and wiry. I do not by Illness while on duty his :,
n. fore .. believe that the British way of han- kind employer sent him' upstairs to -- - .
I the good people of this city DENTIST. '
dling drafters plnrlng n great deal of bed and called a physician.; When the
their liberal patronage and would with added doctor came down after having attended 1./
Upstairs In Katz Building. ", dependence upon( grass
v also take this means to say that t 9 am. > to 12 m. feed. Is suited to the corn state The his patient the proprietor accostedhim.
our limited facilities for making OFFICE HOURS.JR. -. r 1:30: to 5.30: m. continental method will probably prove Lurobe'r'l'

3)) t goods will prevent (for awhile), our Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. Ivr much bettor, ns It Is bused on a climate 'Well doctor, how did you find hImr

4 general delivery to all parts of the much more similar to our own. he asked. .
city. Quality and variety will be .] W. W. CARSON The British posture Is kept fresh by "ITe's coming down with the grip," i

r'' t maintained always. Our nice DENTIST the humid ntmo'phi-re and constant was the doctor's reply. :1
showers,while on t the continent drought, "If he does I'll send him back to Compavy :

': t HOT ROLLS and 'BISCUITS Office over Cole's,Jewelry Store' ns with us, I IM tho prevailing conditionIn bed. I.wllrned him not to lug any .
the summer months. While grain more baggage today: !"-Woman's Home
Also HOT BREAD Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5 ;
1 Office phone 158 Is desirable, It will not take the placeof Companion. .
; .will be ready mornings and:'after- Residence 23: green feed and an effort should be Ii

; noons. and a nice variety of PIES made at all times to bare this on band Rough and Dressed Lumber -

'//f.! and CAKE-Parties' and Weddinga ni DERBYSHIRE M. D., for the young,: horses. NO REASON FOR .ITI 4
a specialty. Probably with1" alfalfa Is. the best

standby, and when quite freshly cured
Special attention given to the and hauled] from the cork It Is probably I WINDOWS, DOORS
\ A. SMITH treatment of Wornn and When Kiiiimmee Citizen Show the
us good as quite green. It la a cutnndc I
{f DARLINGTON AVENUE "Die-nfraln crop and can lie depended Way. 1 -t". 1 1NOVELTV

Office Over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 upon throughout the season.
2-l-3mospd Vetches are good If only It will be remembered There can be no just reason why any WORKS -
- -- -- - that after they form 'seed any reader of this will continue to suffer

14i P. A. V ANa ACNBW W. e CRAWFOpDVANS . the tortures of an aching back the an-

:. W. C. BASS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW i ii noyance of urinary disorders, the dangers GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL

"Wholesaliand- Retail : of serious kidney ills when reliefis .. ;
i, Dealer ir. i 1 so near at hand and the most positive ens .;1Free Delivery to All Parts of City w:* .:f.
1I I rool given that these ills can be cured.
Offlceo: s+rM. Cltlzenn Ilitiik llulldlng '

; 'n1 Fresh Beef Pork and KIs e ,- -' - -' Florida Read J. E.'what Haas a,Kissimmee Mabbette street citjzen Kissim-says:

Moo/- Fla. "I have taken Doan's __H _
I. L. II. D. OIIOIB me, says:

u.. Mutton MOON/ & GEIGER during Kidney the Pills past off five and or on six during years the and past I w. L. YUN DUZOE I

.c.A ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW consider them' a remedy of merit. 1
PHONE 4-V I[ enneth Buto
had kidney trouble for several years ( p. .Y

j. _. Office State Bank Building and I suffered intensely from a lame !
-- -- .
," Y Kissimmee Florida and aching back. Doan's Kidney Pills
-, - -- -- --------.
J. W. THOMPSON F. KRI.BBS have been very beneficial in relievingmy ,. BARBER SHOP ..
Q trouble. I keep a supply in the .
1The Real EstateKISSIMMEE I
all the
house time.
Percheron type IB that of the
.t v t -tFUNERAL DIRECTOR Ideal draft hone. The I.... are For sale by all dealers. Price 60 eta. Cold Drinks & Cigars[ ::

j "" Examination of Titles a .Special/ practically free from feather carriage oster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, N..Y.,sole
. ,
It' and Notification high and stylish and the action United States.
and payment of taxes ofnonresidents agents! for the
unusually free and bold. Col- '
t tf '; .J! LICENSED EMBALMER I' ., given careful' ors are ,chiefly. blacks and crfys, Remember the names-Doan's-ai.d KissLmmce Fla , .
attention. with a .email percentage of bays, take other. FLORIDA 1,14
.. .t '. '. no ,
Ir'" , ":.'i',." ". ,I" :. : ' I .:' >1"" browns, .sorrels and roam. The
t'. "
. . .."..' r OppoikourthoulelssunlEE : ROBERT'G..JOHNSTON- quality li excepUonally good and -- ,' .. ._ ,n"Ii; ,
the head distinct from that of any
other draft breed. It Is well pro-
_ -': FLORIDA portioned broad between eyes tapering -
ATTORNEY'AT LAWKISSIMEEE. somewhat lo. nose and ears. -
The eye orbits are unu.unllprom: -
xti -- -- - -- inent and tho eyes large. and clear.
FLORIDA The Illustration shows a pure bred
I'ercheron atalllon.
) \>
S. BULLOCK{ I.OI1IHR MAfWKY' T. P1CTUN WARUOW Counael for Judge ref the
Florid.R. R. I omm. Criminal Court hey are not cooling but like all beans

extremely heating .\ little green cutouts Protection
; REAL ESTATEINSURANCE A/J ASSEY & ..WARLOWATTORNEYS barley or wheat Is desirable for

....................... II rhaUKo. anil I like cither wheat or
LAW oat heads for horses at any time with '.. .
he straw cut off to save waste. They to house! barn or fence with ,
Prmotlc In all the Court of the "Hiate and of your ,
the United Stay x. also before the r lorida KailroeuJ must eat these slowly, and the thoroughu.iHtlcatlon -
,; ; Examination of Titles aIr Commiwion.Cummlaaion. and the Interatale Commerce causes them to be well assimilated good paint is the best insurance you

11-14 CHARLESTON ORLANDO. FLA. and healthful.Up can obtnin ; but remember I lie best Is .
Specialty. M I to haying time horses will relish .
lean fresh cut grass very much and always tho cheapest in the long run.
-- -- -
v ,' Corresoondence Solicited. the same Is true of aftermath so that A few cents per gallon added to the ,
etweeu one thing and another we

Wl j ....- W. S. HARWELL inve a great" variety of feed growingon first cost means years added to the '

REAL ESTATENotary the farm for them If only] we will : life and looks ,of the work. We sell
1 make use of It. Lnter on green corn

r rt FIORIDA-REAL (ESTATE fjORSALf Public at Large I..a all about In abundance. 1 have never \ the best paint made, and its name is .

seen any but beneficial effects from
#t Beautiful winter home sites situated Office in Beaman Building IlK use although I have heard objec-

In the' Lake Region o; Florida. KISSIMMEE. FLA." IOHS nude to It as dangerous For. .

q Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor bat matter I have heard everything Mastic

email tracts. except dry hay and oats objected to as

t horse feed, and I have seen as many
horses die on these as on anything
l \ List your property.wlth me for quick Ixe. When the corn li all gone there

r r salts ? ?"desiring! facts relatintflito I.. still the blue grass. Some of It c .. ,
PE climate I I soil should be saved so that when winter --M f.

? H. M. Breaker & Co. pomological products agricultural omes It Is In good shape for the season ; .\- .y.. ,

\ products or flora and when we must depend on dry feed, \ -

; BOX 178 KISSlMMEE FLA. fauna of Fla."] ask Mrs. Summers; implemented only by flaxsee<], bran OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.S.
,- -
If you want a farm, city property mashes and roots.
\, A continuous growth Is what Is nec-
or ask Mrs. Summers of
-- - - acreage
I essary. Seasons of stagnation and setbacks Managcr:
The Elite
Realty Parlor Lake-
all defeat the growing of a big .
::I:" McCALLIBTERK18131rnmee ::: view Cottage, S. Kissimmee, box
horse. One should not make hast too
: : : : : FJ GC5 KiHsimmee, Fla.
fiat but keep at It with a cool but:
if v "Well' IDrlller: ; strong diet If be wants big boned market

i toppers
1 4 vi-. is prepared to drill 1.101 IHi .1


.$ 'I in any section of Florida JENKINS & WOODIIAM I the pigs are uneasy there la some- LATHS MOULDING8
f / thlqg wrong. Find out the cause and
: J \ remove it.

f Ten. years 'ot successful Well In no case should the sows be al- tllll
I 1 Drilling is a Guarantee of my lowed to run at large when fall litters ,-'
lr Ability to produce the beet andDrafting are expected.A : r
I Surveying
4r. results. hog seems to get more enjoyment
t .. :... .
%: -- gnawing an ear of corn than It doge .I
Lit 1 eating It any other way. :
; 0 AND FOUR INCH I (Formerly McNair &Son aDyal ;
Clean water, salt and charcoal (Should
w WELLS A SPECIALTY- be kept where the hogs can partakeof -Upchurch Building:, Jacksonville,Florida M

,o tbeni whenever they ..lre. made to the state. Our stock la made from the best timber -
j jKISSIMMEE Shipment any part or: In Florida; Is well y
OrricB? IN FRATERNITY": HALL manufactured
l P. 6;.Box 844s > The BOW chosen for breeding shouldbe and carefully graded, and our facilities for/filling orders for carload I lots -exceptionally r<
selected from the best animals ttf. good.,
gisf im mess F2orriaa, : FJA't t-th& beat-available'herd In the'farm'

.. .- erg neighborhood. ,fir .. 1 '

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Centralization. of-fruit -...Uniform Anti teak ROOFING Congo ;'

Hand'. '
Real .
Estate on '
Grade and Pa& r-;:

These what have made the Floe .
are A Surety
Genuine "bargains' In' RooTThat'a.
ida Citrus exchange the great selling '
Estate always on band. Pro- organization in Florida. The Florida ,Bond.with' of

\ spectlve purchasers.should! look I' Citrus Exchange sold oranges in car- . Proof. ""CONGO"'. ': Each RoU : +V
over our list before,makingan lots TronV Orange county alone. in 49 . -- -.-
IO different marketa last seaaon.We are ; ""
inveltmen't"u'. the oppor1tunity lust in receipt of a letter from Mr. ANTl'EAKJ" ,- -
l : .};of ,a .lifetime.''would: Burton, General Sale Manager-dated .

.... I' 'surely be'' lost" property): ofr ,' Philadelphia, August 25th, in which he ..... ,; ..
states that he has been in all the ..., ._. 1
rt ((( doubtfulraluaeorqugetlona l bl lgt prim- e." .. .
A( : ..
y Offal points In Georgia, Alabama, Ten II ,.
\ / :title isfcot offered here reliable.: what nessee North Carolina, South Carolina, When you buy Roofing buying j
we have It safe and Virginia, and has travelling representatives you are

in Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana .protection.. You w/int a .roof that will keep e :
and Texas selling fruit. He states
COMBINATION FRUIT AND TRUCKINGtLAND: that in his thirty year experience in "CONGO"out. the rain and -the -sun-that will keep'your ANTI LEAK"

101. 42| acres of splendid fruit and trucking land, located about 4 handling citrus fruit that be has never buildings warm and dry. And you'want this .
miles from Klssimmee and three-fourths mile from railroad station. been so encouraged as he is now, 1 ply 1 I .
Packing house, school,. church, etc. This is virgin soil about 12 acres that he bas received from the dealers 2 plyprotection at the lowest possible cost"'" We ply
excellent land for citrus fruits the balance magnificent trucking land, visited by him almost unanimous, enthusiastic - 2 .
on which large returns can be had by intensive farming. This prop -commendation- for the Improvement 3 ply - offer-you-this in-our roofings, "CONGO" and - -3'ply y
arty is.w&ll located In a section where there are many groves and can that this organizatlon'haalready "
made and these dealer have "ANTI LEAK. Call and get prices. We
l>e purchased for $22.50 per acre. All Guaranteed; All Guaranteed

102. 40 acres of land about 21 miles from Boyett and 18 miles from fruit assured preference him that at they a higher will price give than our also have descriptive booklets of above roofings, '. '
tract of land
in Florida. This is a splendid
Tampa Hjllsboro county,
for citrus fruits and trucking. Very rich and fertile soil, undeveloped that which may be named by our com .which are full of.good information-lTee/ ----, :- __ .
and to the owners living in different part of the state can petitors.
be purchased owing for $15 per acre. Worth: $25 to anyone who cares for a. The Winter Park house offers the ____ '::::-;:: c :. ...."..,
moat to date facilities, turns out the '
up "
tract of (land of this kind. .
most up to date pack and has the best
103. We have 2 tracts fJf 20 acres each, adioingng. About 2 miles advertised brands of any house in the ROSS GRAVESPhone ,
from the city limits of Kissimmee, less than 1 mile from another state of Florida. Growers who are Interested .
railway station. Rich gray ash soil with splendid chocolate sub-soil, in their future wellfape in the ....
well adapted to trucking and citrus fruits. Can make a special price ( industry should avail themselves "
orange Mail order given attention.
on these lands of $22.50 per acre. It is near a splendid hard road and of the opportunity to put their fruits 60 prompt Phone 60
this location gives one advantages of good ,markets, high-school, through the Winter Park Exchange.
church, etc. Very cheap at the above mentioned pric WINTER PARK CITRUS GROWERS Asso. "" .
104. 571 acres about one-half mile from railroad town, school and< church and t miles from Kissimmee. Greater part of this land is excellent ORANGE Co. CITRUsSUB-ExCHANGE, _---- - ----
citrus fruit land, lying between two orange groves, in a 37-tf Mr. H. Bourne, Manager. I
,neighborhood where there are many large groves. Some young or-
--- Attention ; r
ange trees on this place also fine pear tree. A part of this is as fine ,
orange land as we know of in the country, some excellent trucking CHURCH DIRECTORY ..
land. Good 4 roomed house stables, etc. Good neighborhood. This
property can be had for $25 on favorable terms of payment. Owner We take this method of inviting I'
might exchange for Kansas property as he is a Kansas man and owns everybody, and especially Osceola coun- Ideal Fertilizers
considerable property there. A part of J.his tract Is better than lands BAPTIST. ty land buyers, to come to Whittier
m many parts that sell for $}() Bunyan Stephens, pastor. tember, 1911, to a basket picnic, conducted
105. Splendid fruit and trucking farm, located about 34 miles from .
Kiaaimmee. 2 miles from smaller town, front on beautrful lake of Sunday- by the ladies. There will also Best : I
beef and mutton barbecuedin
over 600 feet. 7 acres of grove, over half in bearing. This is one of Bible School 9.45 a. m. : pork -
finest combination fruit and trucking farms in the country it being plenty for all who "rome, conducted
the Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.15 p. m.
excellent trucking and farm'land most of It being splendid hammock B. Y. B. U. 6;45 p. m. by There our able will a sale of Whittier town To gain a place on our regular list a formula must not only pro- 1
land there already being 3 (towing wells ton it. 6 roomed house, good date duce results, but results with a Eft O KIT. The user of fertilizer
stable corn bins, hay-mow, sheds etc. This tract of land embraces Communion Sunday. lots on the above-mentioned con considers the effect on his pocketbookthe J REAL, result'.
Elmer R. Bass
42 acres and can be had for $5000. Terms if desired. Owned by a Monday-after( 3rd Sunday). ducted by our interested irrepressible ,, IDEAL FERTILIZER!: produces the right effect, for It work
land Those
non-resident who also owns 390 acres of land less than 1 mile from Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3 p. m. Osceola will gain to'come in with Nature. The preference of each class of vegetation for its
the city limits of Kmsimmee, good citrus fruit and farming land. after county source of plant foyd is carefully studied as well as the,proper proportions 40- -
Wednesday-( 1st Sunday) and buy lots; and we especially, earnestly -
little colonization
Would make a magnificent high-class proposition I to givq.perfect balance-no lack; no waste.
retail out in a section of the country where lots of neighbors wantedto Worn. Miss Union-Social, to5pm KisBimmee, kindly Brass and Band cordially to come invite and 1 With proper application of proper food, vegetation outgrow J
build up tine groves and magnificent homes. Full particulars to Thursday favor us with some of their delightful diseases and insets to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous,

interested parties. Prayer meetingT'OO: p. m. music, and we will endeavor to show produces fruit that is pleasing to the eye and palate, and bring
We have any sort of i proposition that may be desired, write Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. them the time of their lives. We also I financial returns pleasing to the grower. .
giving particulars: as to kind of investment you want and we will secure invite the candidates of Osceola county. Do not lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly balanced
plant food from improper IDEAL stands for PROFIT.Call ,
it for you. '- who have or are going to announce, to' sources. '
come and address the voters and handshake ; on our local agent .
S. S. a few times. We will look for
Snyder, pastor.
you. Come 'candidates I We also ex- I : !, ,
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. S. tend a cordial invitation to the old St.\I 1 or address
Nelson, superintendent. Cloud veteran to come and be with us '

Nelson Realty Company Church Christian Service Endeavor 11 a.6.30 m. and p. m.7.30 p.m. on the that editors day of; and the we three especially papers invite j ,Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Go.Ja ::per I '

OVER CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ceola county to come, and come early I
Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.30 I'i
in the day as they can gather items
p.m. enough to run all three papers for some I s
Visitors most cordially invited to all time. I
- -- -- -. There will be refreshments of all ,' .--- -. _.
-- r-ervices.
kinds and various amusements to- entertain -.'.
r the people, conducted by John!
METHODIST. H. Baisden. II The
4 TRAINS FROM THE WESTVIA 4 Come one, come all and don't mistake ... '
I Wm. H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor. the date, Sept. 29, 1911. I (;
School 9:45 Prof. It. BASS SURPRISE
Sunday a m.- ELMBR R. ,
Call and line
tee my ,,
M. Evans, superintendent. I I

Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7.30: _..___ Committee. I DRY GOODS I SPRING GINGHAMS ; '

A ATLANTIC COAST LINEr p.Boys m. League 1.30 p.m.' I C.' W. --Griffin:' STQRE WHITE \GOODS.."" ., ,1r

Junior League 2 p. m. EMBROIDERIE5 s '
_1.- .. .. Senior League Wed. 7:30 m. .
." p.
Gen. prayer service Thurs.' 7:30"p.. m. MRS. E. L PEARCE .. LACES,' ETc, 't|
"Dixie Flyer' "Seminole Limited" Holy communion ever IstSunday. I. F FAMILY I Groceries ,, .- '.. '. #,,' ;V. '

You.are cordially 'invited to each of '
these services. ---- ANo- Beam an Building ,.;'
"South Atlantic
.' $.
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Route"Through Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m. I

Bible School 9.45 a. m. -C E. Yowell Delivery Every Day at Any Hour The RDLL BASS MARKET't

Pullman Cart from Chicago, St Louis, Cincinnati!, Indianapolis, Louisville superintendent; J., II. Harris, assistant Patronage Solicited I'

Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham to. ..Jacksonville. superintendent. North Kissimmee Phone .No. S '
Christian Endeavor every Sunday Bearden Building: Block: from Depot 1

evening at4.30 p.. m. it
DINING CAR SERVICEFor Prayer meeting and choir practice ev- Fresh Florida of all kfuds.and' '

ery Thursday at 7 30 p. m. MEATSOne '
further information write to Sprigg Fleming Western oJI.

J. G. KIRKLAND Division Tashenger Agent
Tampa, Fla. I CLEANING J'.J'l'l'
David D. Kidd, rector. j

-- -- Services every second and fourth Sun- PRESSING Special fflllenlion lo Phone Orders and Free

George N. Saunders day at 11:00 a. m. DYEING "d Delivery lo any part of the Cily. i

Communion 2nd Sunday at morning REPAIRINGLeave (

services. -- *
Guild meeting every first Tuesday. word at my house nod clothe \\\\N.\lT\\\NNN\\\\H\\\\.l\\\\N\\\\N\N\a\\NM\\

.x........., Agent for "Ferro"and "Eagle" Enginei wilt be calle Vlor and returned I I WHAT IT MEANS I x,.J.

:::- --la* mm 8a.ollB' Fin Eltlnill>liM- New Hotel for Sale or Lease. i Many people do not know what a Bank's Capital Ii for or the*.. I
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Sntisfnction'6unrnnteec i tween a bank. of little or no capital and oue with a large oapltaJ. yli
n-e ehahN MNer.QD MNGMN !i "
New Hotel, located in one of the fastest A HANK ('APITAL AND SURPLUS S tIN
o growing towns In the state. This I : the fund that prute<'tn the lUponltora from lo.., therefore the larger It ll the = e
hotel is only 75 feet distant from the greater. protection theNlvpoMtorii' hate Thin bank ban a / ,

ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter Park depot,26 located in above* new with brick refreshment block, contains C.II. EJTEY. Pres. .. E. PFEIFFER. Manager I i I' a (apltal. of fund of . .. ,.. ,,,.,,., ..liOOOOOOSnriilm :'A.kI0110 I I j
rooms .S.ESTET,Sec' Trait wckbo.d..n'lIab'lIly. .. 60InO00 : -
and dining room on the ground floor. J'f
OLDEST!: COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA Furniture and fixtures are all now and KISSIMMEECONSTRUCTION' I A total of .. ,.. II.IS.000 00 ai .'
College Academy, Music, HxprcsAloa, Flue Arts, Do-' up-to-date. Can be leased for A period Th>fl mean that.*o moat bee |!2.V>uo.00 ,<*fore our depositors oonld lop a \:'i
of five years of I oout Thin 1..I 'Ctl..n la for VA'.
with five
moans and Industrial Arts, Business, Normal Course privilege .

't Twelve building". four dormHorlea. act-nrete' 0'0001",utriim heat clwtrio llght, years a additional.first class hotel Splendid man opportunityfor to secure a COMPANY- STATE BANK QF KISSIMMEE : "Jor '
ere protection, fine' ffjmitiiiiitim, no jnartt niilllou. j dollar endow memf ;- I i I
: : business that will from the day of MANUFACTUReR or ALL KINIW OK -
dosei pay
our teac'hum of numtr. IrfHR organ plnno t wo gire rlub] n chortia f MHKHHiiDerb (
new roomi for BuKif',PUB School full tjHiikltiK: ((II.Ipnleot.BUrrough.adding-' opening. A large! number of travelingmen Cement Granite and Marble I KIb_i........... FLO.'O. % ,
mcohinetii a writer, two inatrurtoiN noil year
.. visit this place every day in the C A. < AKHOVfreikUnt: JIIHS M I.EK: N. B. CARSON rk
New c'hi inloal and I'b7."all"h"loI' <' ttutilpiii'd uitb orry modern dtvice; an. ,
il Jain of olln, fertlllcvri, looila, w M.r; I'urmlon fur eiiRlnrerliig o<.uriiea. year, and the town is filled with tour- I Vice President Cuhlm r.. ,.
l.akea. boating. swimming. gulf .U-uulx. fool tail It.h.t ball; four conaceunveyear' ists during the winter months. Full MONUMENTAL WORKMake ".',...,.,.,.,.,',.,',....," ,.,',...,.,....,.... ...............,! rt
thaniplntm. but UDOtnomtiMiltoiial of HI ale in bmw ; expcncramab.ratr.rholareblp.aralialile.BOr'atIoguo.addre particulars to interested persons. Call I ,
.. WM. F. BLA.LKMAN Ph. D.. lL. D. ;rcnldmt. on us early if you are interested in a Plane- ant) Specificationsand \
proposition of this kind and we wjll Contract for all I
show the Distance
ptoperty.H. .
j___ ____u__.__ _ _ _n_ ___.__ _ you M. BREAKER & Co., kinds of 296

34-tf 1 Kissimmee, Fla. CONCRETE, BRICK !' AdvertisingLong I
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The Kissimmee Library. Office-and-Work: is saying the right thing
Sproull Ave. aid Midland Ry.
The.Kissimmee Library offers to its KISSIMMEE FLORIDA at the right time
@Y SAVING MONEY subscribers a list of over four hundred
books by the best authors, any or all of in the
Do you want to be successful Start saving now. Put your money in which you have the privilege of readingfor right wayWe

only $2, which secures a single l '
BANK OF membership, or $5 for a family membership make a specialty of planning, preparing
I CITIZENS KISSIMMEB Capt. Trench the'librarian' ; literature and conducting campaigns for

will Issue you a membership card for r II ;z QRAYSTONE i iI' ; Land Companies. Boards of Trade, Municipalities -
1 .- *.*-. the 'above''amount.Library in State and Individuals al S
We have more Savings Accounts than any other Bank In Bank building 8-tf "

Osceola County. Offl ill. HI TEM !:!

A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procured A want ad in th. Valley Gazette always :I: GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISERS
one, do BO at once. brings result, and all it costa i I. to a50 per day. /

... five cent Jute. _" ___._._., - Special by week or month i'
.. Aantm E. DONBOAH. PrartUnt W. H. Nonoit, C.ahINr TAMPA FLORIDA V If
; Old newspapers for. sale at this office.; W. THUIHA! ..IL fORTU. .Mp. ;
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( The. Improvement, on Cape 50x160 ,. .,.., $ 400
""''ff Breeze are being rushed M rapidly Cape Breezed on 't.e'Shore. of Lake Tohopekaliga \i : ; ;:';; 60x185 ..,, .. ." 400

1. as material can be obtained.' ,. 60x185 ...,. ./... 400

1 F .. . :...... ..-,50x185400'bOx186,1uY
There It already finished about oJ i .' .4'. . G l ;l"' ",-, ,, 400
. ....Jt f .
e. 2SO feet of reinforced base for . Y . I; 6..i.. i., 60x185400' ,
r'- the lake wall and a considerable 'f\ 4 '1. . .. . 60x185 i//Ye.v. 40O
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i'' I section of ... completed.-l : .'- ..... r 8 . ....... 60x185.-,.,.;. 400-

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t ..tF We Invite you to walk out tow et: :

. Cape Breeze; any time and exam- , that is being done CAwnlr./r .Fi '----1' ... . . . \lVA .... .fir; uv
rr 100x110 .. . .'60
;. 15 .. ... . -'
i .. .Our dredging machinery Is to I + ..16. . . .. looxiio .. . .. 50LJ

:" be here. and ready for operation- O"/ 17 :'. ... .. 100x110 .., ,i." ,,,760

.\' when the lake wall is. completed. III i 18 . .... ., 100x110 . .lair 760
'F'" .0' SOLD
19 "
} -.----- 110 1 20 . . . 75x150 . '' ... 600'

This machinery will deposit 180 21._ . . .. 75x160 . .'. . 600
'!i''1' cubic yards, of dirt per. hour, or Ore.r/i/. tQ 22 . . . . 75x160 . . . . 600

I.'" 4320 cubic yards per day. e4 -. 23 . . .. . 75x160 . .. .. 600

pn.Y'ri 24 . . . . 75x150 . .. . ,600

!" There are approximately 200 25 . . . . 75x150 . .. 600SOLO

_. 000 cubic yard to fill, which will 26 .
4- of dredging. O--r---[ 27 .,. 75x160 . .. . 600
require .. <* b Ujlocr 4W: C mw 28 : : : : :.: . 75x150 . . : . 600
i . drrA' 6J, .lane 29. ... . . 75x150 . . . 660
i This dredging will leave a deep a' Je Motlkruv9h* I ;h:; H.L/ 0 30 . .. .. . 75x150 . . . 600

water front that will be unrivfl- Roam( //1. f\p: .. /. .rf'LlA_' *,. 31 . . . 75x150 . . .. 60075x150 ,,'
ed for boating and bathing pur- '" .r .. . . . 600 ,
p ki D D ;! ....... 1 32 . . .
t E. . "" I 33 . . . . 75x150 . . . . 600 ;

i! ; 34 . . . . 75x150 . . . . 600

Ids The p/ices of Cape Breeze lotst" 35 :: . . .-. 75x 150", . . 660
are actual value of r 36. . . 75x160 . .: . 700 ;t
at ?
Ian lreu.'It cost of Improvements 4r z e 1 37 . . . 75x160 . . . 700

t! t" .. that we are to make. 2 1 , LZ 2d p f J8 . . . 75x160 . . . 700 .
,' ; 39 . . :. . 75X150 . . .. 700 I iQ

of i ;. '.. We lay all-sidewalks- and curbs i iG 41.\ . -. . SOLD 75x150 . . . 600 :

r 0 and marl the streets throughoutand '" 1i:._. 4 RS 42 . . . 75x150 . . . . 660
\ for 27
leave each lot ready FO 43 SOLD
s building upon. .' L x7 44' SOLD

--- P S Fr 45 . . . 60x160 . . . 650 "

) 46 . . . 60x160 . . . 650;
fJ j
.: } There are 28 iota'that 'do them not Js.r e** ., 47 :. . . . '(;60x160 . . . 660 "
and several of '
: need filling, sold d "e m e 3of c+ 4H SOLD

'. are already MIA LAN 1n' '- 49 SOLD ,.
3i 50 . . . 75x16575iie5 . 660
)' f at all interested take c y ,' I 51'' . . . . . 600 .
; If are '
p. you And walk out J2 N 52 . 75x16575x165 . 600
with Yt4 "
so dI'i'-
this you -r" e-
} paper . . . : ... 600
i Breeze Sunday afternoon // 0. 53 ... r
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to Cape .
.1- and for yourself what we are J 33 r-i . . .. ., -75x16576x165 . . . 600 Y
)? : see 55. . . . . 600 .
doing. m . . . .
56 . !92x165 800 .
4, / --- PLAN ,of CAPE BREEZE'a cv ca 62. a co oF' s 7 ,u [i7. . 125xI65. . 800
' prices -,-- I \ b8. . 75x165 6SO75x165
.. Io! Of course our present ,
I! wffl be raised as improvements and Central' rarf of ?3 -6' Ts 'rr m JL fig . . . 650 ::1-

'l '1;' go along. HISSIMMEE FLORIDA. j NE$E LANE Z,1 ro 75x165 . . 66675x165 ,

p t.;. --_. --=" ::--- A'f dr 61 . . . 660
I.""' I! n.wi'" .locatJu.\_oil ."c'p. l building 7Z 74 62 . 75x165 660
T' "f: Look ahead and buy your lot t" 3f 63; . . 75x165 . . 660 '

now while you can get it at the yJ G 64 . 75xl(>5 700
'f ...: lowest-cofltr tin. Jfor 'sale'.' I by K 7T Jf 8,5; ) \KKxl75( ) 960100x175

t ',. _ LUOLAM / ,i-iocOONOUGH) OWNERS ?* 71 . . . . \900)()
5 .1 w. VO fGi7 . \100x175( . 90010(1x175
', In buying a lot on Cape Breeze 1) '7 y 7s )8 . ( . . .
,); you get a magnificent home placed /\ beautifullobe-front I HoMe-Sire. '7 1 69 SOLD

a't and you are doing your part to with improve w.n+.. lJ P." TLp i 70. 110x183 . 1200-
make Kissimmee the most attractive f/
; ; ::'. /f 71 .also .
town in Florida. f0 A 1
f ;.. I 72. HUxlKO . 1100
///A 7:1.: . HOxlAA. . . . 900
: 'r 70 7/ '74 . XOxlHO . . 900
j' E I : <-9.-7- \ 0 '::r 75 . Wxl80) 900
,. ( LULAM ... 76. . . . 106x180 . . 1200 +,

4. 77 . KOxlHO . 850.sN"n
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,! MERMAID 71 . . . 80x180 . . 850
; MAcDONOUGII wld itI mite_ long O 79. .95x180 1100 ,

:k f, ; .. O Iw"I ,...wa'l10 '. 'yo .r HO) . : :+xl75) . 1000
HI . . 95x155 1000
1 qvf.p': ,o7c M&X.ICO '
t' .. -..: 90x132 1000
( t.' MOO 11 ..T..T.R..NI,< HUlL.niNO" .- /t"TL.Gr 83 . . : : : 100x110 . . 650

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,i FOR SALE-Good large lot, choice location FOR SAL'E. -Windmill and tank, good MISCELLANEOUS\ ( I WANTED j .
I ; splendid neighborhood; cash as hew. Mrs. C. V. Bearden.'' 37 tf :

ii: Classified Advertisements or terms. Apply P. O. Box 376, Kis- -- - -- -- WADE the tuner Orlando. WANTED. Near-in vacant Iota, for '

simmee-Fla.. 25-tf PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline I cash. Box 665. 37 3t pd ,,'|
fires. Get one for your launch, autoor R. O. MEEK-Notary Public. 23-tf '
.- . FOR SALE-City lot 70x93; two blocks garage and be safe. Sold byGeo.N. . +-- -- PARTNER WANTED-Owner;; 15 .

I Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of 5' Cents from postoffice. Address Box-126, Saunders, agent, Kissimmee, 37 AlTED-The sweetest'thi..1f.. out for I acres of good land wants active northern -tjj

line each i Insertion . J Kissimmee; Fla. 86tf girl-:Fuller" Greeme Candy man as partner with a capital of '
i 0" per FOR SALE.Several excellent lots, four from factory Klssimmee' Drug $300 or $400. A fine proposition.. Address ; -
1 ,,, WRITE ME for anything you want in well located, with splendid lake view, Company. 33-tf "A.100" Office Kissimmee Val ;

''' FOR SALE' II. a STANFORD CO. are agents for the realty line in Florida, telling me in good neighborhood; ; also nice new ley Gazette 38-4tpd :
Ii I, the celebrated Hanjnan shoes for the terms you wish to buy it on, and concrete>> cottage bungalow, cheap; we FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass WANTED
about alsohave 6-room residence, close in Market 189. small orange groves :1
.4.t a I men. 19-tf the amount you would like to ; ; Np. 19-tf
at once A'ddresrf Mrs. Summers '
FOR SALE-Thoroughbrert Buff Or- invest, and I will find you the very cheap; favorable terms; modern. Nel- - 6; . box '.

,, i' pington eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert. 39-tf FOR bargains "in resident property, I best thing obtainable for the money. ...<.son'Realty_ ..,Co. _ _ 38 tf GET artesian H. N. BRATTON to drive your |> 39-3t :?f
--- truck lands an -or call on Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. wells 43-tf WANTED farms
nge groves along a navigable ;4
FOR SALE-Wood, '1.75Tpe7 strand FOR SALE-Five .
passenger touring -- --
H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla 4-tf I rivur on the coast. Write E. Mun- '
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t i 4 Howell Bass. Phone 136. 35-tf TRUCK and citrus fruit land. 11.22 car, or will exchange for land. G. I. FORdressed poultry, phone the Rull daygiving, full particulars 342 E.
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acres partly in city limits. About 4 Parker. 36-tf. Bass Market. No. 18 J. 19-tf 5th St., Jacksonville, "'Ia, 39-2t
TWO -desirable resident lots'inCarson .
A PAIR of very
good gentle work horses
I acres splendid truck land drained; balance -
for sale cheap. Ross Graves. 26-tf > addition, each 60x164 feet. FOR SALE-Ten-acre orange and grapefruit I
----- I There are 16 bearing orange trees on excellent orange land, good grove, good crop on it, house of MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the
neighborhood, 5-room house,
KING Quality. shoes for men' -at Cash these lots, under good new fence I well deep 7 rooms, one-half mile from railroad. Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf
splendid soft water. The loca- :
Store. 1-tf !I located close to the lake. $350 cash tion Cheap for cash Apply to R. M. - - ARE YOU IN ARREARS e
makes this
l I excellent
takes .the two. See H. M. Breaker property Most-ley, Gotha. Fla.. 38-4tpd WOOD.per strand, $1.25; five strands OB your onbxrlpllottT You kaow r _
investment as well as home with high ,
art .. CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low I & Co._ 31-tf I school and church privileges. Good --- - -_' 575. Kissimmee- - .Lumber--Co. 2<29-tf WE NEED THE.MONEY*. .
-- J TO EXCHANGE-160 farm landin
prices. See or write II. Fleming for acres
well but
I markets etc worth $1500,
; particulars. 40 tf FIVE; city lots on which is located a $1350 will purchase itif taken at. rice Colorado for Kitfsimmee property. ANYONE anywhere can start a mail ,
nice :! ; Write for J. M. Walker I order business at home. No canvass rttf
new five-room cottage, fine view I particulars. ,
i cash balance 6 and 12 months
l 8pr
h ; i FOR SALE-Ohio Chester Whit pigs: j of the lake, cool breezes. This prop- I cent interest. Box 201, Cushing, Okla. 39-2t ing. Be your own boss. Send for free., mm I
pFi, o. male and female. Apply to II. W.I erty is located close to the proposed Nelson Co. booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144 i
yt'I qt ). Boice, Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf electric line, on high level lots. A tf. _Realty.:. LOST-Small English Pointer bird-dog, Lockporl. N. Y.
- - ._-- bargain at $1600. Let show :FOR female; liver and white color, tick- '
us you SALE-Good house and five acres ;
yi FOR SALE-Forty lots in' one body. this property. II, M. Breaker &.,Co.31tf of land, alongside of Midland railway, marks on white of, small"Juno.head" all Reward dark; WE-Are resident offering lots, located some very three desirable.blocks f l
comes to name OUR
_. Price so that can be doubled 3 miles from Kissimmee. Good stable.
I r money from the Court House, on nice ;i
for information or return to W. W. high ;
within two A. .
Valley Gazette.31tf Price$250caah. P. G. Cromartie 38tf
M years.
elevation for for inside
FOR SALE-Twelve and Saunders, this office. $200 and $2501 I 1
acre orange
for corner lots. Alley in. rear of all TIME,
grapefruit grove, about three miles FOR SALE.-Horse, new set
I wagon these lots. Cash ''
i IF want deal call on I LOST Medium size pointer; bird-dog; or short time. Let; KNOWLEDGE
_you a square from Kissimmee, on railroad. Will of harness. Price $175. Herbert show '\ t
lr ; H. Farmer, who has 3 houses on sell at a bargain. Address W. II. Spier. 37 tf snow white except ears and face, us you these lota. H. M.

Mabbette street that can be bought Arnold, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf ._ u_ which are liver color; white stripe Breaker &; Co. 24-tf i For Sale and
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.. cheap if bought 38tf I down forehead; small knot over right rAN
__ : soon. -- - -- WE-Have listed some of the most de I 1 intelligent EXPERIENCE .
Answers to name of "Dude. person may earn $100
,' FOR FOUR-acre orange and' grapefruit sirable property on the market, both Will monthly corresponding for in the
pd' SALE-Nice, full bearing orange pay $10 reward for information newspapers. -
r 1 groves, from one to twenty thousand grove, with 250 bearing -trees, city and county, which we offer at leading to his recovery. S. W. NO canvassing. Send for par- y.
dollars. In'' five acres muck-and ten acres pine the lowest prices to be obtained. Down-I ticulars. Press Syndicate B 2245 .
Tell me what you want land in cultivation and ing, Kissimmee, Fla. |i I
-r- this line and I will find it for you.I' thirty one;, There is no padding of prices by us, I Lockport, N.Y. (
Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. I half acres unimproved land, fiveroombox every piece of property sold at exact I Ii Business
house good barn and well. The price placed on it by the owner. I1 OU-Are Printing
thinking pf coming to Flor- ., .
- 'land FOR 1LENTANTEDYou I I i
under fence.
improved all good Writb us your requirements and we ida.
k FOR ; i, Of course you want the best
SALE-Some nice;; round well sea This property on the north side of will do our .best to.please you, by :
I I for the least
c soned, cypress fence posts. Delivered East Lake, four miles from Narcoos- showing just the kind of property you \\v to see me for all kinds property money. We +
4 anywhere In town. S. W. Downing see, nine miles from Kissimmee. desire H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf Of'Real Estate and Fire and Life In-I I can be fill your lot requirements five whetherit _T- __

''Q' ____ _____ _.36 tf.__ Price $4,500, $2,500 cash, balance one surance. R.O.Meek, Kissimmee. 23-tf a city or ten acre tract, Vie have ;
_.L ____ ___ _.. __ _ n __. a section of land, or a twenty thous- every facility
FOR HONEST and year- H. M._Breaker & Cq, EUREKA ADDITION-We have sold and acre tract. Write us for turning out the
square deals in all DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Tiller regardingyour very
11 of those excellent lots in the
F kinds of real estate, call on or write past wants. Every piece of property best class of work in the
j W. H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf FOR SALE-163 acres, twelve acres week. Come .let us show yon We )sold at exact price placed on It by the shortest possible
cleared, balance good -pine land with have a few 2 acre and several 5-acre owner' No padding of time.
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l I I subsoil about 200 tracts in Pinedale, the popular suburban ROOMS TO RENT-Either single or Let ns figure with
HANNAN TOES are high class shoes j: clay ; bearing property listed with us for sale. H. you on
suite suitable for house- I
Call and see them. II. C. Stanford |' orange trees on place. Four room home district. Those larga. Iota en ; light M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf your printing--we know
barn and other in Rose Addition feet) are keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simp
z Company. 19-tf | cottage, good out- (129x137 we can satisfy
N" you.
f -.- I buildings.: Located five miles west ideally located on easy son.,_. L. GREEN SIGN WRITER
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f .. BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting of Orlando, on good clay road. For terms. Plenty good things to interest furnished Auto Carriage Painting. I t '

a 1i.. of a half block, located in >,he best I I| price, terms, etc., address Bo* 256, you if you will come let us show FOR with RENT.-Nicely without board, with room, guarantee all. work. Let me figure
or private
,' neighborhood in the city Will sell ';. .--4-Orlando_ _Fla._____.. __ ____19-6mos-pd__ you. Nelson Realty Co. 38tf family, on Church street. Mrs.-Kulp. with you on that job. 'P. O. Box Gazette Job
5' only to party who will improve it toj I'{ I HAVE a five thousand acre tract of 38 tf 139, Kissimmee, Fla. 16-tf Dep'iThe "f"fl
f, correspond with surrounding prop- FOR SALE-Six-room house, modern, excellent timber land for sale so cheap - - "
'erty. Full, particulars and price to I 3 blocks from P. O. Beautiful view that it will astonish you. Well located FOfe NICE-Centrally located home on beau
interested party. H. M. Breaker I ot lake\* porches and veranda in front on beautiful lake, close to rail- RENT-Two fnmished rooms tiful corner lot, only three blocks
1 s;;. & Co. 31-tf | and one side, porch on other side of road. It will pay you to investigate city center. Address, Box 126, Kis from Broadway, house is lighted
., - - ---- ---- -. _- house. Immediate possession. Price this. Better write for full information simmee, Fla 36tf with electricity, has bath, toilet and
4: TREES AND SHRUBBERY.: For $1600 for short time only terms if de today. Realty Co. I kitchen sink: new cement sidewalk
Ii fruit trees, ornamental trees or shrub sired. Nelson Realty Co. 88tf Downing* 36tf. FOR RENT-Some nice rooms for light house contains seven rooms, includ w i

; 4, ; 1 v, bery of any kind, write W. R. Speer, housekeeping. All modern conveniences !ing bath room; lot 120x160 feet, extending Florida Grower
Orlando, Fla.. and get prices 34-tf FOR SALE-House of six rooms, with FOR SALE.-Combination grove and : S. W.Downing. 36-tf. to. 16-foot alley. 'We can
.1. water and sewer-connections locatedin trucking land, comprising about -32J offer this beautiful home on very '
i ,Y ,SEE King Quality shoes before buying two block. of postoffice. House is acres; located f of a mile- from Ry. FOR RENT--We have a few places for I reasonable terms. Full particulars I rbrtnlrkenand folk. who weal to frail know gmwer.. for '

r t. ,. Cash Store. 1-tf plastered, wood work hard oil finish; station schoo) and church; four mlles rent In the country, all of whieb ire to Interested parties II. M. Breaker Ide. weekly per rear about; month.Fior
lot 64x147 wit"19 full bearing orange from Kissimmeej; about i excellent near school; can rent for crop rent on & Co. 24-tf iy 2'io. aeon oo iof s ten issue trial
FOR EXCHANGE!-Pittsburg income tree in the ya \. You can stand on fruit land, balance splendid trucking part of them, reasonable money rent aubeerlptiou. SnapprBriahtC4ro.v

'. property; will take good automobile the porches and pluck the fruit. Callon land;'unimproved; plenty timber for on-balance. One nicely furnished cottage FOR SALE-White Wyandottes (Dustin THE' FLORIDA
or'ftorkla property. Frank M.Doyle, us and allow! us the privilege of 1 feel;.very cheap at $22.60pe r were; for rent, beautiful view of the strain)),; $5 a trio; year old pullets e00 Florid GROWER)
E"t Grayitone hotel Kissimmee, Fla. showing you thlfdesirable home. time on part if'desired.Nelson Real lake; cottage has..tiv.rooms, excellent : II each. Pinedale Chicken Farm. AVM, Taper Pie( '

roiA , 4 JI'" 88 tf 38tf H.M. Breaker &; Co. ty-Co. '-- ,88 tl furniture, Nelson Realty Co. 89 Phone! 121 r-6. rings v 35-St-pd.

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