Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 29, 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: VID00509
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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: : ; STRATTONArrested It-.ha.'whether to' no pass appropriation is or,upon there not the the in the fruit fruit.state pay is, inspectors Consequehtly'wbo to green decide -- A.: .'Sky-Scraper, tip:.. be .t abler lowing two" "We.witnesses to verdict ascertain the: coroner's,: so, and far returned,as we have the been fol TOE BOARD Of'TRAM M 1

Jury, empaneled
or tipeT The Florida Citrus Exchange consider
'Sheriff of StLudeCcun1 ha absolutely no right to interfere with Built to the testimony In the cue of
V by V Broadway E. B. Gillette,accused of h.riblt' brought
our business. It seems u though the \ Sadie Acted Upon Matters of Extreme
Marehant IraporUnce
death at Ashton -.
; .. by
: .t.ty on Charge of Shipping Exchange has delegated Itself to act u mean of chloroform -
( administered to ''
ths state's inspector. Where i. Its sonority t to Kissimmee at Its
the said Sadie
2. .. Green --uiL.: I We are going to continue snip A Strong Company Buys the' Thurmati of wilful Marehant murder.find, him to beuHty :
Property; t Monday NitfiL
, T V ping fruit out of the state of Florida ".Upon this verdict Brother Gillettewas : .
'}..' On Friday of last; 'week Mr. J.: S. In and the I would first place like,toes our fruit a selsnre la ripe..made.Fur On Corner of Posslel Avenue and Broadway rearrested and placed in,jaIL Yesterday I : ,

t" tsSU tton was arrested 1n this city by thermore. I am going to have the Ex- be was arraigned a prelimllary On*./ Ute best as well as one of the'Mrffeit '
'" Sheriff Dan Carlton of St. Lucie county, ch8 Ijt.'a representative the sheriff and Will Erect a Modern Five-Story Building. hearing before County Judgs-G* F. attendedh meetings of. the Board
ft' i-charged with shipping Kreen fruit, nested for going into that qrpnand.taking Parker; t he waived,and was; re e< on Monday
f I' ,)'tb warrant for Mr.' Stratum' arrest fruit trons oar trees without ace.tority. . mandetj'o' without bond to,await and...tten that will materially. Ject,
> beln sworn out by Mr. B. 8. Potter, Then, too, they picked fruit I A sale that means:earn toward the- ped with electric 'lights and water' the action' of the grand jury. We un. the stun welfare and development of;
k agent of the Citrus Exchange at rMi- :which was green and which! we left on advancement of. Kiesimmee was eon- while there will be at least one and possibly demand his' attorneys will, carry the Kissinune were discussed at length by
: ami. Mr. Stratton at once gate bond the:trees purposely 1 because it was green summated this. week- company composed two elevators that will ran from matter before the circuit court In habeas almost every man present.'' -
, In the sum of five hundred dollars for However, they had ro business taking of' H. C. Stanford Arthur E. the ground floor to the roof garden. corpus proceeding and ask that bail be There wae,* delegation; >of boosters
, his appearance before the grand jury at our property and vre are going to prosente. -1 DoneJan B. C. Miller -it X.. Lesley The building will be u near fire-proof fixed for their client i from St.: Clead present, headed by the
" Fort Pierce on October 10th, and war, We Intend to fight this; thing to and R.' D Waring: buying the property as it can possibly be made and will .W*' have used our best efforts to'indseine i redoubtable, Col. SUrrett, who,, made t
. released from the last ditch." on the corner ot Possicl avenue and contain every convenience and comfort. excuse for the holding of,, this inquest one of the most ootimistie speeches ever
Mr. Stratton call at the Valley Ga- Upon sale'of fruit the E. R. Brackett Bro dway fro Mr. H. W. Tharman. KUeimmee has passed the stage at in secret, but so far we have failed delivered in u.f ty. The Colonel stated .
.; .zette office on Saturday and made theo Co wired the Florida Citrus Exchange, This property immediately in the which one and two story buildings will to find single person who believes It that he was glad to be able to to ad. .,
followfng statement regarding the cause. telling what the fruit sold for and that business section ol Kissisamee, and lain answer the demands of the business was In keeping with correct proceeding dress such a body of men as composed:
.oi his.arrest: It was passed by federal and local health size 120x150 feet and Is considered some public and today there is not a vacant and especially is the verdict of therproner' our Board of Trade, and be wished toassart i ?
"A short time ago I bought the fruit uthorities as being fully mature and' of the most valuable M, and it room la any office building in the city. jury condemned as that jutflad our people that St. Cloud stood
in the grove of Mr. W. T. Jones at Wo- selling at the highest price eves eelved has long been' a wonder why'souse of A gentleman who came -here'' a oupe'.of no right under the law to find any-jKsr- ready at all tlase) to work hand In hand
basao, and about two weeks ago there at this time of the year. Mr. Brackett our capitalists did not acquire it for weeks ago with the intention of son guilty of any specific character of with Kissimmee for. the good of Osceoaeouoty.
..' "* 'were enough ripe &grape fruit on the added: "They sincerely trust the Florida building purposes. aa there Is not a vacant opening up a business has been, unable crime but that Its rights Tended at sea -
trees to warrant a shipment to \eastern Citrus BxcKahge, In the prosecution bushes house here today so far to procure even a few square cartaining how and at whose bands deceased :A proposiNon/ was made some time
I markets and u I had reason to believe 01 their business, will realize the record The purchasers of this property em- feet of space in any business house and cam to her death. ago to Invite the Board of Trade of St.
( that the fruit would bring good price, this car has made and final outcome of I plo draw Messrs Ludlam & MacDonough there are at least a dozen persons here At no time sine the original preliminary CToodto take half- ef the space In the
let no time in getting it aboard the this case in keeping with independent to plans and make the speciftcalons today who are waiting for some one to hearing have the counsel for the Southern Commercial Congress building
.. can. In picking the fruit I took good 'rowers of the state, whose interest in for*a five-story building to front vacate an office that they might take tt.k. defendants been notified of any action at Washington CU Ohat bad been '
care to select none but what I knew t he matter to say the least is consider 20 fret en> Broadway and 60 feet on The gentlemen who purchased thisproperty that JQ farker and prosecuting At- contracted for by oar Board of Trade
was rip enough to eat; but Mr. J, S.Potter able." Friday .the Jinn received! thefollowing Possiel a__. These plans are now and.will erect this up-to-date torney Jones intended taking, and did and. at the meeting Monday night that'i
who is the af.etlt.f the Citrus wire from the Exchange: on exhibition in the office of this firm building are among the foremost men. not know that the body of deceased I proposition was heartily endorsed, and
Exchange of this 'Answering your wire concerning Wa- of architects, and they show a building of our city and are amply able financially would be taken up and a post mortem was just as heartily accepted by the St.. ;
ahfment.: went at once to this grove basso grape fruit we can sell a' car of the like of which can not be found in to cany the plan to ,a successful held until two days after it was done Cloud boosters. This action that ,
a basket of grape fruit that our own fruit to ourselves for $20 per any city in Florida except J ac JO Yille. coaelu 6o .' There i. no doubting neither was Brother Gillette represented o.1. rw T
was not ripe and with them evidence box but it would prove nothing and note The material provided for is pressed the fact that the' building \will pay by counsel before the coroner's jury exhibition will go from this county,'' .q
awore out a warrant for my arrest on > useful; also we are not playing any I brick with atone finishing witH an, -arcade handsome dividends on the mone"yIn- that"charged him with ':wilful murder for the men of these two cities are never
the charge of shipping green fruit outOf b unco game not encouraging violation tanning through the ee te'P/ and vested from the day it la finished for for the reason that the jury met satisfied with .anything short, of. the'
the state. 01 laws nor deceiving the public." the roof will be used as a.t garden. the position it will occupy is one that in secret with only Judge Parker present be at ,- ,.
"On apviees from Mr. Burton sales Upon receipt above thE. R. Brack- There will be about eighty rooms above will command tile highest rent and the all others being excluded. 0 Mr. A. F; Spawn, a practical canner
manager of the Florida Citrus Exchanjte.this aft Co. gave out a full list of buyers of the first floor and each will be equip- best class of business That Is the whole story up' to theprelebt" and maker of evaporated fruits and
ear of fruit was held up at Wash he car and amount each one purchasedwith time, without any frills or fur- vegetables, was present and presented
ington, D. C., and Inspected by aboardof price. There were thirteen buyers in*>!ows attached, and it Is hoped the press samples of evaporated pumpkin,' bananas
physicians, who pronounced it all mostly New York jobbers. Without general, and the Times-Union, Tampa okra and sweet petatos.:'and
right; and again when the car reached publishjng a list of these buyers; The True of Tribune and Tampa Times in particular stated that of all the places he had seen
New York it was thoroughly inspected The Packer will say that investigation Story will refrain from publishing any Iin i the South, Kissimmee was the best,
Jl 1 by the health authorities who also was made and that this was an absolutely more untruthful and defamatory statement I located for the establishment of a cannery
passed it as good and salable fruit. genuine sale. about the Shakers who ,are u and evaporator plant; that hen
This car was consigned to E." R. Bracket the Shakers'' CTiirte good people, honest, truthful and Christian fruits and vegetables bad fresh
at New York and on Tuesday of as ever lived in.Florida. 'I from the trees and garden th* 'year1

last week: it was sold at auction and DOCK OR, DOCKs --- round and..he was confident they" could '
brought the highest price ever known VIEWS OF DR. JNO. E. ENNIS. I be canned atan, enormous .profit over. g
at this season of the what they bring today. > /--
. Of
"That ii about all.there Is to aay in Assisting a Fellow Member of Their Colony FLORIDA'S GREATEST AND I The question of a cannery' has' bwn t

connection with this case and aa soon the Question That is Now AgitatingOur Who Was Dying From Consumption to "Pass BEST LOVED HUMANITARIAN 'discussed by our people for years and
as the Citrus Exchange learns th, facts 'at times It looked u though one would. 'z'

V the J proceedings will be stopped.1 I It is People. Out of the Body" Without Pain." St. Petersburg Fla., Sept 27, 1911. be established but in each ins anee- +$
certainly not my intention to violate any # .Editor Valley Gazette: something stepped in the way arffl the
law especially green fiuitlaw, ai I A few weeks ago the A. Cr L. made -- -- -- Dear Sir:-Replying to your letter of project wa abandoned, but It now apt': i
will ship about thirty-four thousand a proposition to the Council that if it 23rd inst., .1 would say that Miss S. L. pear to be nearer a certainty than ever 1 ,
boxes this season, and I have no desire would close Darlington avenue from the So many untruthful stories about the I three miles, and!procured some opiates Marehant of Providence, R. L. cam to before as Messrs. A, S.. Nelson P.'A.'
,,. j to get tangled up with the courts. The railroad to the lake that the company Shaken' "crime" have appeared in the to ease her pain and as they appeared me at my home In Narcoosse lot treat- Vans Agnew and H-C., Stanford were P'-
" "f; ease is set for trial at Fort Pierce on would build and maintain a wharf at the press during the past two weeks that i to do so after the patient had: taken' n ent,_January 23rd, 1906, and remained appointed a' 'committee tot, thoroughly;
October 10th but 1 hardly think it will foot' of Ruby avenue. i the Valley Gazette deems it but justiceto them, Brother Gillette returned to that with us until the spring of '06, when go into the merits of "th."plan ;,and re.' i
be called at that or any other time asJMr. There were some features of the proposition -: thew people to-place the and' procured more opiates but she was accepted by the Shaker and porl to the next meeting of the Board' s
*1 Potter has by this time learned that did not strike the rightchord ' the world, and it is hope when he gave them to her she could not In due time became a member of the second;will be held on the night of'. .h* ?,
.there was no violation of the law on my in our councilmen, and they came that the papers in Florida that have retain them on her stomach From th sect She was carefun Monday in October.: V :, ir
martin shipping the fruit," back with the proposition that the city given space to these highly-colored; and the time she was first taken with th ephysicians i Providence whopronounced There were some ol the old warhorses j
Mr. Stratum is one of the most prominent would close Darlington avenue if the A. distorted statements will reproduce this- chill on Sunday until she died she refused her cue as tuberculosis of the lungsand present those who stood by the guns
men in Osceola county, having C. L. would build and maintain a free article that their readers may be correctly to eat any food saying she wanted to i for this disease shtf was treated daring the> day when' Kisslmme had .
?. been a county commissioner for years, dock at the foot of Ruby avenue with informed regarding' this !noted "pass out of the body." I while at my home. I had numerouscultured just began to take..on: new life.and -
and probably, ships as much citrus approaches or walks at least twelve feet case. Pn Tuesday morning 22nd, Brother' ,that;. winter quite generally when it required nerve, and a bunch of
fruit to eastern'markets as any man in wide alongside of the railroad track. The Shaken located 'near,: Ashton Gillette went to St. Cloud and procuredtwo I class, who obeyed orders and it,' to contend that we bad the foundation t
.;i the state. This f.ase will attract attention This proposition appeared to meet the which i is about nine miles from Kissim ouncell of chloroform\and upon living in the open air, With a generous her of the best city Florida., h"
.. from every quarter, as it is the approval of the local officials of the men, in 1894 and purchased seven die Marchant's urgent request Sa-I', diet and pleasipg environments, soon These old time'and original boosters
tt. first arrest under the law passed at the road but when it reached the higher thousand acres of land. They cultivate pleading administered I it, to her, and she : evinced Improvement in health. In the made strong: speeches, telling th* new, .
,, last session of the legislature, and It 's powers it was forthwith and immediately sugar cane, bananas pineapples and went to sleep but n a few hours the spring of 1906 the patient all left for members that if they continue working
_//the i Intention of the Independent ship sat upon vetoed, knocked out and eitius' fruit. but so' fart have been unable effects wore off* and she began again I their northern homes lave Mice Sadie for another year nothing on earth can
7 4 pen to test its constitutionality before turned down, and another conference or to clear more than thirty or forty her pleading to let her die without pain who came to us destitute of m.a..andwas prevent Kiasimmee from taking; first
the highest court. conferences will be necessary to arrive acres of land, as their members have at to"'give her something to ease her from Obliged to remain in the state., At place. among the inland cities of..Florida.THISj i
The New York Packer has the following at an' amicable agreement.In all times been few, there 'being only that dreadful ,suffering.' BrotherGillette my urgsnt solicitation Elder Egbert and ,
. to say in its last Issue of this much the meantime there is a gentlemanin Four there at the present time. They .again went to St. Cloud at about the two sisters Elizabeth and Amanda, '
talked of car of grape ft ait: the city who intends to ask the coun- have lived at peace with all their neighbor 3 p. m. that same day and procured horrible a home and until the day the SIc1> : ION
cil to grant him the right to''build and and have never been before the about six or eight ounces of chloroform unwise act was committed, -
operate a dock and pavilion a| the fool the courts of this county for an infraction and when he returned he asked Sadie treated her as kindly: as would any loving =I
New York Sept. 22.-There was ol Darlington' avenue, the same to be of the law. They are honest, truth- Marchant if she want-d him to give I It parent or relative. This 1 can 1 positively The Most Prcdwiive and Kissimmee
never a car of Florida grape fiuit which free to all "who desire to use it, and if ful, and worship God and love all man- to her and she answered yes, that her attest as I was a frequent visitor ,
caused so much interest among Florida.hipperl there .is any more haggling on the pant kind. They never take part in pplitics; suffering was too great for mortal to, : at their lame. As yet I have not the Best Qty in the'State. \ ,,
and the trade of the United of the railroad company over this mat and the latch-string of their door always bear. Brother Gillette'then knelt in seen any satisfactory explanation of the fiRI
States as a car from Wrbasso in St. ter there will be no excuse for the coui hangs on the outside to anyone in dis i prayer to the Cod we all 'Wol'llhlp. and motive causing Elder Egbert to violate: Kissimmee Sept. 26, 1911
1:: Lucie county which was received here cil not granting this gentleman's request tress. They do not incur any debts I when he arose again asked her if she the commandment of lci the law ol Editor Valley Gazette.
last week by the E. K. Brackett Co.'. and when that is done it will be but buy and sell\ on a cash basis antitheir wanted to pass ojt of the body, and every civilized nation and the positive I Dear Sir-I read the letter In your
i and sold Tuesday of this week at Brown necessary to at once declare! Darlington word is as good as any gold ever she answered, "Give me peace, Oh lei rules oftb sect of' which he is a high Irftet issue from Mr. J. B. Little of Un
\ & Secomb's auu ion.,Jiou e. avenue, which is one of the principal wined in a mint. me die without rain and in peace!" official and prominent; member. Knowing .- ion ville, N. C., and |as I am originally i
The car made highest price on recoid streets in the city, open. Six years and four months ago a Brother Gillette then saturated a cloth the man for years understanding from that state) having coma f'lorlda] t 1
for this season 01 the lear, grousing Meanwhile our people can rest content young woman by the name ,of Sadie with chloroform and laid it over her his high: character and his love for humanity I from Fayetteville. N. C., about sixteen
$1Et0. Forty-sixe an sold at t for from the manner our council Marchant, who had been an inmate of face and attest minutes to six o'clock I have come to the conclusion years ago I will give him a little of my 1
/ $7.87i per box rid the car average baa handled the matter thus tar, it will Dr. John.E. Ennis' sanitarium near on the evening of August 22nd, 1911, that the severe physical and mental 1 eJ 'perlence. .
636. iTiiila the first and only car of be safe to say that if the railroad is Narcoossee, and which the doctor closedat the soul of Sadie Marchant began its strain caused by his constant labor for I Before locating permanently I looked;
grape fruit that has come.out of Florida ftanted the privilege of building dock that time on account of his advancing flight to the j;home.,on high where thereis the material interest of the colony, affected over th state pretty thoroughly, and -
thus far this season ? it will be operated free to ell parties, years preventing him successfully con- i no pain no suffering no heartaches his mind to uch a degree that ,, thought at times that 1 had found the
Because of the new green fruit law ol o. the city will build one of its own. ducting it, went to the home of the Sha- When it became known that Sadie he waa incapable of deciding as to the- place that suited me perfectly, but each ,. .w
that state the deter mination on the par! ken and told them she had no place .ti> Marchant wa dead and that no physician proper procedure in the case of tab,-j time after residence of a year or so I' v'
of a number of ,large shippers to start go and was both friendless and penni had been in attendance during' her poor would discover that someone thing did
determination the correspondingly BUILDING ACTIVITY less. last illness Sheriff C. F. Prevatt and It will be a sad day for Christianity not come up to my desires.or ne
strong on the part of the The Shakers took her in, although Judge|{ G. 1". Parker went to the colony If it is understood that men can take i| Six year ago I came to .
Florida Citrus Exchange!: to invoke the / they saw she was afflicted with tuber- and Intel d the.Shakers. BrotherGillette the life of every innocent party ill or 1 j three yean ago purchased property
law in stopping all these early shipments culous; and gave her every attention told them Just how the sister's suffering from pain. Every physician !, here, for I was, recently offered,
/ lent a sort of sensational coloring to he l I. in Full Swing in Kissimna at he(! that a person in her condition required. death was brought about not keepinj meets such cases in his practice, and i three times as much a* I gave !K

entire deal. Present Time. During these years she wa given nodaties a word or an'act back, but stated that firmly refuses the request knowing j'I for it, which I refused, u I regard my
However the car pa"s"d the "Green to perform, but did what work | he believed he did a' kind and Christianact when the pain is'relieved the patient i is money safely Invelt
Fruit pickets" of Jacksonville and also she felt her strength would permit, and in administering the chloroform.On anxious to live. i| section th. mOt productive
V passed master with the board of Jiealtl During the summer just ended there was at all times cared for the same as this statement Sheriff Prevatt arrested The law tnust be kept even if dear of Florida, and Ki.lmme the
and government inspectors: here and were many buildings erected in this any family would care for and treat a I Brother Gillette and Sister Sean friends suffer but in this case the noble most desirable pla the state in
wet into consumption. city, and now that tall is upon us one member of its household who was afflicted and brought them here and pi aced life of the defendant must be con- I which-to live. man who want to ', ha
According (1.fJ advices from the Fort can hardly walk a block but what a with what is generally believed to Brother Gillette in Jail and confined Sister sidered, and if found guilty, the punish work can make a good living a r
Pierce district, lrn-minuta Sales Mans houses is seen in course of construction. be an incurable disease. Such food: was Sears in his residence. Three days ment should be aa light aa possible ,, be able to la1 asideNa tidy sum
ger Burton of the Florida Citrus Ex- Notably among these Is the handsome prepared for her as was considered best later Judge Parker grave the prisoners Tne sympathy of all should/ extended rainy day. Y"un trly. _
change heard the car wan shipped he concrete bungalow of Mr. J. J. Griffin for in her to Elder Stewart cultured COLLIER.INSURANCFRATK '
r one condition and she was a preliminary hearing and fixed thBrother's e a religious, E .
dispatched a man with 4 deputy sheriff on Main street, which i is neaiing completion and to'Sisters
also Elizabeth
frequently carried on excursions on the bond at $ .OOO and theSis proficient man,
to Wabenso.. They weVit into the Jones and within a few days Dr. C. L. lake and and noble 1 '
and iota the woods in the hope that ter' at $2,000 which they gave in a few Amanda two pure I
grove from which the fruit was picked Hyutt, will begin building a-i up-to-data the ravage* of the disease might be ours' with the names of some of the ladies now in real distr... I
tooK samples from the trees and fromtbese residence in the same locality. On almost Yours
stayed, the' Shaken truly
even going to the beet men in our couty signed to i it ,
samples concluded, that the fioi'was every block: in West Kissimmee anew of JOHN E. ENNIS'M. D.
expense buying a gentle pony/acher: L Judge G. F. Kribbsof his city, awtsfT
green. They repartad:: to the exchange house is being 4 built or an old one to ride over the country, and she was' as attorney for the Shaken at the preliminary --- Have Been Reduced from Ten to 1 -
headquarters, who in turn wired repaired and.on uesday Messrs. Lud- given the privilege of going where and trial and still has the case in Quarterly Meeting.At .
the lam & MacDonough began the erection Per Cent \
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authorities of the We-I t> trtan and when she pleased. charge. e.. ._ Twenty-five
New York health departments to the of a concrete bungalow in tyeSjxfrizh:: The work of the Methodist church next Sunday
caring Sadie Mar- As the Shakers release
effect that the mission style of architecUusrforLlr. R. soon as were Oct. lit will be held the fourth What we have : watched and 'r
>.ar had passed out of the chant-fell mostly upon Sister I lizabetlF ?Fbm jail they went to their colony and walt
state of Fiol ida and ts leok out for it aNeW '. D. Waring on the corner' of Emme Sean and Brother Egbert Gillette and i resumed their'duties, thinking and last Quarterly meeting of the year. worked for and to for
street anu Clyde avenue 'the cost of I never once Rev. S. W. I.awler the past year ha com to pass-that of ,
York a-d that according to law i It many were the occasions when these I that they would in manner be presiding elder\ ;
thousand any reduction of
was unfit for consumption. which will be six dollars. two will preach both mor..nand night a our exceedingly excessive J
people neglected their duties th molested until 1.In.urace
on e court convened on November '
sWieE.. K. BracketCo. spantOne: whole The lake shore is being rapidly devel- farm to perform a kindness for their 28th, but the'gossips to The Holy Sacrament of the Lord' Sup- rates
day exhibiting .the car t3 three local l opr:1, both as to: new buildings/ and the unfortunate sister. There never thelr and all of per will be administered at the close oft The new rate took effect onyie'1lItof _
was a
- board of health inspectors and two reclaiming of land bv the onildlng of wag tongues manner the morning sermon. I this month and > .
: gov time during this Ki.lmm- ti
more than six year stories became afloat, with the result : '.
eminent inapectDra. After exuninini sea walls, and in a law months there that Sadie Marehant did We expect to begin revival services' th .I ., it
not suffer from that Judge Parker Sheriff Prevatt and
" the fruit they pronounced it ripe snc 'will be twenty new houses on our water pain,which at times intense that with .Rev. G. A. Kline a* Evangelist third class, which means that She rater ''a ":,,y
was so Prosecuting Jones
marketable. ihe hint then w.s mold front. In fact there is no part of the she Attorney accompanied Sunday Oct 8th Fuller announcement have been reduced from ten to '
;jJ/tby the auction company after which-the city but what hal taken 'on a healthy attempted aha suicide and on every occasion -i by a jury empaneled at St. Cloud, next week. To all of these services five'per cent. This will mean a tWnt1 _
wa prevented from with the 'j
accomplishing together a physician went to
yt 1 inspectors building boom and those who- have not : invited our people of..about four thousand '
wanting to be sure of..t.helrf' her purpose and nursed. colony and disinterred the remains of you are cordially. to attend J" > t
: ground seized it and it underwent, an. been here for the past two years will until she was able to be tenderly up and around. : Sadie Marchant.', Upon; investigationit W. IL, FONg Pastor". do'la' annually.. or to pay for '. ;\, ;
other inspection, with the result that i t require the services of a guidVto pilot cost of. Installing the water .
Each the disease sunk its fangs war, found that Sadie Marehant died .
was pronounced marketable a"Jdwu them over the city when they'jfme Western Union Change Quarters. : work and sewerage in twelve f :.
released deeper Into the system of Sadie as pure a1 virgin. she wss born, .and There ill no doubt but that the ear . '
excesHvti -
\ buyers. again. chant,; and on the 'evening' not only her lungs but her entire sys-, .\The Western Union telegraph office IriattfaTice id -
;+' The fruit was shipped by J. S. Stratti 20Uvh attacked with Mar-I rt.a th.abne of, y'
was a ten was badly affected with tuberculosis. wblchhu been located in thsxKissira. water work .
ton-whose headquarters are at Klssim The Gazette Praised for Us Work. chill and ''diarrhoea and bar a 'J.
; ; .- The stomach was removed by the mee Drag CcJ, store for the past.year, man locating ; "
mee. Mr. Brackett said when seen b, was so Intense that she, plead physician but up to the. present time was moved-this week to Mrs. Tress'store puree durln t,. ,
%",., Tb. PaclOAi: man that he was going to In a private letter to the editor' o f Brother Glllett and Slater Sears to let no one here..has any. information,as where It will\ occupy one 'of the t. have year but Overcome now, and ., ; arf(
/'continue shipping oranges. "INton''t1Ii" this paper, Dr. JncC E. Ennis I811 ,the her "get out of the body;" that she was I I what became of it. T ? front windows. Miss Miller the oblig-t ota good a volunteer fir wa '
believe that the law is constitutional,'' foJlo'Wing'language: "Success to'ibe dying and for the ore bore her At-that time the company .
they to i 'Jurym in 0'
'" II .no.P-Ort. ?operator is very popular with'th S b found in, in
9* "said .nd u can city
. he if it were constitutional l; Valley Gaiette It' la doing: more ten Q let her die withoutpainand. in peace.' {I, !bat on the 19th oW11 month this jury business pubSle 1n"KI"f m.., and under will any Fra
sm; there sure. no inspectors in Florida to bring good class of citizens to Florida I Cleud we naturally expect men ..t >:
'-"'- a Monday morning,Augnst21st BrotherGillette' I held. secret session at St. wtJudge her management the receipts of the to look with favor txtKWimmw ." 0
.force I it ,The state acknowledges. tbap than. I St. Cloud, distant about, 4 I Parker, presiding;* and.heard only ,olft have shown a steady Inere....' ,* of aa' A ),lr
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: .' Proceedings of NOTICE dtoria, ol sbateeaphaiatOCk. To.
: Magdalene. There...-will, ,#e j a baake bond debentureS or other ,ideno.s at in- .fjdebtedneaa
Mi dinner : created by this or any otherotffpGJi, '
on the ground and all are cordially .-
:: ration or porporatlona. aaaorlatlon or aaaoolat *
the School Board lnvltd 'to come and bring welLfilled Of Application'or Letters Patent .. fornlin or domeaUc and while the bolder I,'

Out-of-Town Buyers baskets. th"reof to Sxwelae all the rights and I'rtvlleg.j ... 0("
"" inujudloa the right: to .
Incorporation! of ownenwlp ToWjkheinortlns Ii;
.*, ___' THE LADIES. 1 .;
i f on.To mploy lt.>iurpln* earnluna or sociamulat.profitm -
Kissimroee Fla., Sef V 5. 191L Notlc.I. h..b,. gl....n that the 'fendefalgned. "'" Id the p"rtbaae: or acqulaltlon of MatS ;'

Tbe Board of Public Instruction:: met will apply tu Uie tivveruor of Ida Suit of FJoiIdaoo capital .tcacll'or obligations from tiro*toUrne {1 .

( ; .' ,your wanti -can be supplied economically: 1 in regular session there being present:] 7 fOWLER! PARK tetter* Patent day ll'oorporellug et i 'Lt& 1:'}.AND fur. and ,u aa> hold Ita .board the same ol direcw in Ita may treasure determine to bethereafter ,' '".

.', and quickly from my yards and warehouse J W. C. !Bass, chairman ; W.V. Chandler MAC UONOUy C() PA5 Ui.der the oUaw. aolrt.laauedordlapoaed ol wbeu and ,

\. ._ on the building necessities I list and E. F;. Brown; also W. J. 'eari.auperlntendent. I Ins propoeed charter and erUnlea of Inoorpora' In such m.aoer" the dIrectOrs may duem f x"uriiae 'fI"i
Local .U Ian. a wblcb baa
Happenings Interestingly Ibid ropyot 'been Sled lu i lbS I :
). .... bIow= _ ___ oSlo of tbe SecrMarr of Mate of Florida.U. .' : : ; any and aW. olhor bulneese..'sad
.. Minutes tbe last regular session Our (Correspondent. to do any and all other.... sod things and to ,[..
p k ,.t' were read and approved. i by U. II. LU IJ\.AJi exercIse any |"in 4 .1. Atlas Portland Cement M. MAC LH>NOU Lime B. C. Miller treasurer reported '
.. .' county J Everoyne; Is still busy too busy to with or In addition u> tbe bn. ness aud jSbualneasee
JELK'S .' as follows : berelnlicfore ",."., Ined. which a aaU, fj
) follow toe-example-' our- neighbors OF INCORPORATION AND PRO. of im O
To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction ural person aod corporation cbaracteax>
.... Brick I POMlLU' CHARTER OK Ll'UUAM ANI. aud do "
7 Paving the Kissimmee Park lawfully do and cxerclae. to. auji _
I, .. in and for Osceola county : folks although MAO UONOVGII COMPANY, and all of the bu liu/-o. or things before mentIOned .", t
t Fire Brick 1 herewith tender my report as treasurer as it should be.-when we exchange 'The nnderatcnml. hereby eaaoclar themselves either alonoor In combination. l
: f Press BrickCommon 01 Osceola ''county for the monthof ogwber for the pnrpoafe of bwommaluboriio- It la the Intention that all the objecta and j;p
I calls the land must be cleared rated under the .law. of > 10 .d., \. aiicrilM-d, and i ''uUui contained in this v
.. Brick"Cravenette" August A. D. 1911. and Article 1 The name of toll LorporatloV"ij' ; posers psragrsth hall, cxrpt nh.r.; otherwise e*. :jl<
t. ,,(. Fire Brick potatoes planted if we want to show '! be LP&LAM AND MAt: l.ONOt'UH .00. IH ,,"wise. limited I or, i fl.|:
Impervious OENEJIAI. SCHOOL FUND I j those Missourions! wjiat 'Fowjer Park COMPANY lu principal: place of busInesS .ru U't.,,l br rvlvieui ,. t" "r lnfure frota the *
c' FULLER'S To 1 Ijajanre from lent r |M>rt ;;< ''* i-uatl be In the flof klaalmrooe, Oacvola tenu> ollint .IIIUM' ,,i liw or any other .I':
To ami reed I rom Cillceim Bank loan wo (.l i can produce.Mr. County, Slate of FTnrfcIa bUt It may .....bll.h X'f any rrl./, i .but. that the objectW( <'
",I I Peninsular Brand RoofingMetal lo Amt ror -. loarut r,e.l from tax cot taxes, I H. family are comfortably uiceaaarjr or ejurenleut. this dish I... nuimlwl aa IndependentobJ 'r.f f
l Shingles, Slate Roofing, Tile Roofing poll tai 1"10. 00 ." '. I settled in their: new house. rude '. Th geiural nature of the business paragraph-.t a7Wj*" ri I liii' barter may ,be.amin.l.d >

: CHEROKEEBOON In be lr. kiujwd : Mid Company: shaU .bo. ; from tiiWii toini5, a. .protldej by tewno .
s1Ie. Messrs. Truxall and Reep are making buying leaalng OtherwIse acqulriug.I im hereafter vUd, J,C
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Ll; Cement Plaster Ilr paid wsrrafiIi >n ncr ilat lull" It p"'Ylnl.dr.I..I"If. irrIgatIng cultWatlug and
substantial "
improvements on their lake developing. murLK.Kluif. sellIng and excbangJ 41tI .1-: ,, '

Wood Fiber Plaster BjIla'anre!! 1W1. front which is one of the prettiest' tug. land. leueuieulaand fi" -prol..nV ol ererjrcharacter The airiouutof the t'apt>*l MI.: .k authorised! ;: inh

NO. ITo : to own maintaIn and up..ral..boal.. ..JI. 1*> Tea Wuudj-fld ..u>vjilt.v TboUIlAD4.t; c
: Terra Cotta Drain Pipe SCHOOL SUB-D1BT . homes m the Park. : Tellium nod inoior IJOH t., 6< all 4iel.O/it'Ift| ,: (0 Dullarx. tfitfifwl Into :Two '1 llioiNan* FMrMao-" )
,t. Terra Cotta Sewer Pipe bal from la.l n-|>ort [! Mr. H.-Cooaro' I own, Operate lease hire; ..... and maintain dred ,ntiar.. of the, pur \'.ille..1 One Hundred *
? d w Ily paid taarranta aa l>, r lint _S ; f-Karrsas-Citjiv-jHaa, doilu. whar\a, elevator Uuka. dredge and Dollars each '"

Granite Curbing I' I4y balanceat 4!' If here last week looking over his land. OXOaYstoit.tU.tuZ..t.q'U Ire. hold own, i-lexlga. An. parlor all of ...1.1.,111I1, M*.<.k may be .:'
I mortgage. tell '
operatetmiAfOTe build, von payable either In mail orHn |.r"I""t| labor or
Nails, Etc., Etc. unfit. KLB'Dl"T. NO. 1. His intentions are to put out a big cit atrurti ...iIlU. traliafer and trade In any and ..11food. services at a juxt valuation" >be llxi-d by tbe
4 "" : .. warm, merchandIse luiortMiiatora 111., ,"....torn AI
j To bal from la,.,t r"lwrt ,"< *; rus and property of .or ly a ;
; Hy paid warrant* aa ptf lilt tl J rJBy I grove. every 0''aim aud deaorlpllou; tOrUiannfai. called lor ru.\\ i>uriiiau. : ami II"> ,. ),"dw"' ''lit Of
: i. Telephone or telegraph at my expense for prices -- I It is fine to see BO many vessels ply concrete and bi It-k and lo "construct for .....It auch Inotirporauim diriM.tora aa t I.ti tbe value v;;
Distance Phone 207. 1",1 l "* fM ;> and other persons, firms or corporations. atdewalka of puch prxit irtlalinr or ,s.rvl.e.. shall In tbe T
;j and particulars. Long the .lake. Competition IS the )life" of and pavlnra aba *n('" <*f ti-coil. I ItiMMiDflualM. IIMIII Htockbolclerj. }111
. 'Ho .,
T' lial from lant rrpr.rl IT(. '* trade. .. autuuriied shall be ('lO.0lIl.QI( ) The atithiiri/inl: ..:ii.itul:| J :::f.I'I\ ;:::: :: I luauoil: and ,

Iy 1'.1,1 warrajiU an per Hat !\2 Capt. Jimmie takes a oIly crowd of Dol ar*, tOpobli':. r.. shares of itald tor.u'h I time, ur I tmi<*a Ii...llu..n such 1,
> ( y the par valun of One Hundred (Ills) IS)) Dollar lerma and illdiliu., .* thf' iM.nnl. al illroctorsmay f'
: liy alamic. l"s (.< school children to and from town. Let earbu Any part, or all .of aald capital. .to<,k. ilct W. FULLER may be pajatile-either In each ..r Hn property time to llin.' l 1"1, I I lit, ainmilit. .1.1..11r. lb.
n. C. Mm.ER. I the children b Tr days. b) the IncoriMirat-orn I' . '
4 County 81urer.! VKTKM\ ,
Office. Yard"" anJ alesrfmmsHENDKY t. Article I The Laciness of the CorporatIon ;

\. & KNIGHT'S TERMINALS in the sum of $10154. 34 were I Mr. Rezner is getting famous as a ahall conducted b>' a .Pre.lifnt. \Ue-l-rt-H The lorfHimti'Mi, . nlinll' . by Ita '
denl ror|>orai4! HIS | t rpi'tiuill> uuil lo exlal = 'J
F. t, examined and cancelled in open"session' and 6 retarir and fmuturw .n.t. Boardof ,, pel't .
FooT. or FltANKIJ4S1ItEET! trartlener his seed beds beauties \ tiia.lT
are 1'\'WrM .
'o""U"1I of not ,.. .. tliau three : ., .
c. \ I FLORIDA Hills were approved and warrants is- lie will have plants for sale... He has nor Ihi. more tItan n\e immbt.ra. bnnini, ". "{ VKTHIJIDie I Hit ....fiMinitlon .h.lIl",, con- t
TAMPA uillas follows: following unmtid prieons *.hsIr I>e ,luoflli ..
4 t..t..1 ) ,ide-til,, t l
I Ii I >> n i n n \ n i i l.r".I."t. a aeere
j ., ,. purchased another horse, so he is no vrt conduit Hie buduru of the Comiwnruuul tarv mid trea-iirer. 0",1 a 1 Ixmni of direcloracoii
.t the offlcorn khull ... I
" be .1..1.! at the .
; \T t bits. M"II p"l'i I IRI.Irowu.t i .O' longer: a "one horse farmer. Hm tloUJon of omrer' of HID said, >ii>tlnif "f.n..t UK". tbiin. .thn. < nor m ,
tl> e l.clnber" ; 1 llu "'I\HI.i f .1 llrMloiM I to bellxid
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.yo a. i I : lP I Mr. Moore is turning a lot of land elicit "II1A1lllo'>l. \\ A. i-mun Prviuii-ut by the ci,,',, ,.. ,'rIn I tin. I M .laKafromtlmt
I W U bi.iudt.r.M\ B I I' 1 ."' ", K. II. I.uilmiii. Mic I lresI.I.qil l : ''. M. Ma, I Don. . .
I .. .. In tI.I.II" Ibt I KHIII ,, hold twoor
7.Tiohi lilNy
Bl Miller torn to.I. ty The Park people null nretiry and 1 .
are anxious about rvmurcr : and A. .. .
; ; more ofHi t .. \iI.i I tlMtiili i-l leut and
: )CICQOOQOOOOOIOgo)OIOOOao: )Qf. )OO ( VRll.i Ttt '?iTIllffg\ until K H. Ludlam. and U. M. M 4 n"oo I Har I l lw.rH' 0. HUI. w lntol o" i.' 00 our county fair. cotletliute the Ki$' r.l nf Olreitom. The cliO .f ,
I. I I "<" "glum A H.\'t..r.I..I.\ ..(.100..1.14.1 l [ > "" Dlredorami. ( fuitr. shall .. ..iluualli 1 IK ,..II"" inK iiiinttl,,, I I"t roll.,, chill bu the of- f .
c A. CARSON. J. A CRANFORD 8. L. LUP.J EH,, k I .. | be < l cl a" liter tti itiihjiit.. I lit) .Ixirru, ..i.. t.1 l the t'onipanyuntil
XI'.l .1 M, HaMilal" c.'hool) No I 1 1I 17\ % on l lb. tint Monday In laiiuary of <-,< .
President VIc..l'rcsWnt.KISSIMMEE . . I I' llauli. I.bor .chm 4 I N o. I.!, -nliDmtNo. lear. e4 the <'crth I > Hlmll I. tlittid at the ,
f. 2 !14O'' Subdivisions Wanted. f ..rtlel h' ". Tht' term of vxiHtanr of this* Cor: Hr.-t .lot-i! Hun "f olltt\ cri" ->f .i..11 I i tiiauy| ahallIx :/

I MV clnrl, wvllf' hiHil No |"i in! ." I |l'oratiiihall I.e .J1Jl"tY.uh.,., yewra '|.liftilti4lP I
1 I. Ji'.01"11I. lati'ir p.rn') "( h..1 Nu 1. We; want subdivisions! suitable for Article o Thu saIl adoptan AX" Il."E" Irt-. .l.i.lh . .
f.i . sFI.-os; FElT.i I i I. i I lr. -i,,1. .nt. and I
i i "uh-Ih'l fIoo. : )IC'I. town ]lots anywhere in the United j appropriate veal aod adopt by.lss' fur the AH1HI I K I I. 1"l )\K:< iN - )
I t I I I. 1'I 1 i ..,,1"10. |at or 'jmrt cl h..1 l No. I UutDtat I. 1 KO\enjm cif it- affair and the b\ IBWH may .
LUMBER CO. States What have urr sith I ( nthof veil 'lhr.5 11 TMHI hall be a.
''I| No I' you got' u* Kineuditl or .-"" .I..d ... may be provide! Director
J \v (j Ivrr mrv"n" ...1.,1 'u I -ubI' BLANCHARD FRANTZ REALTY Co. | tberUnArticle. .
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directoia nnd "I'i .r.h..11 be elc tedannually
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I I..t '018. ''O ', ; The' hIKb..1 'UlO"ut ol luclobtetln4H -
i 30tf IIuntin ton, W. Va. ; on itt Jnd M..,..1nof ""'tot| of each "
-.InrtIoiehtfltI'1, ) labor ih '- t I -- )' tim. .DI.j..II.t.> shall InForty Thourtnl -- year iHKlutiiti'. in tin, 11M' I 1'1 1 1.: "
\ I The Board upon the report| of V\ "V> I ($|i".(Ou
.s Rough and Dressed w Chandler. established a school at jreply Florida Maps. ArtiulH.' -. 1 bi names and fHftideuceii of the flu. Nil II I ....r/.mel.I.n Imll.)I a,I lt''I|.1 an Appropriate .5
.ul>.M ribiiiK 1.qlUr..t..r', | together (th tht Mtnl'. ..i.1.I ...11 I a.1.1 >| l In law '> for the icovernnii ."1
I be known Greelv, No. IH ....
as ..
same to nt of ita.aftnirr-not I 11I '.. ,th
Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley I uumlK-r nf fihartiof the aatbonxeil capital i< talent w Its ar* .: .
and upon recommendation of Supt. Gazette office him k Mtibncrttx\ for by "" an. folluwMW. Url"| t>f Im tirporntlon, HII. .1111.1 ''M\Y..r the Htate .
Sears Mr. A. L. Thompson was appointed a pocket map of Florida] I \. uilth. KlattJuimee. Florida' luiHliar*.. of rH'rftla "hldb).IIIVVA may !I.L> ani(.iitltHl or _
PINELUMBERr I of said school. Mr. will be mailed to any address' in the K. 11 LiLain, Ki 'iiuituce: Florida' ion chart. ; reH\l..ieil in,, by lawn.IKJll ,
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United States. We can al& furnish I (* M MacPououh. Kieslitnioc I Florida I 1'HJMliarvB I I.E 7 .
W W. Chandler and A. L Thompson .
: of Osceola county at II each and The hlKhciit amounl nf intu, t lte.l'liieftn or habll'
I were instructed! to remove the primary mars \ity u> a bob the. cori;. iration::: c an at any time ':

room school No. 28, to the said school of glad estimate on sectional maps. STATE OF FLORIDA I .UI'CI) Itself ahuil, ?lt, 1 "o hundred and Fifty \,
any Tfeouiieud iMillara.
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-- K.NQ\\ I Ittstbeforeme.thennder.
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY Messrsloah: Yates, Wm. Stevens Klgue otry Public in and for the tttatc of The name and r..ld..r UK stilts rlblnf -

and Burrell Yates, appeared before the 8hap. Florlo1..t Larne. p.pisonati. '; nppearvd W. A ncoruorator*. loireihi-r with the number o( .
ir S I Board and requested a school house for Hmlih K. H. Lu V. OonoUKh. (harianf the aiithtirl7i capital stock subtcrlb- oj
JA I school No. 46. The Board ariAise-1 them Sheep spend more time grazing; than to me well Lnt.vtn and teifon W. to-mo to "be the ed for bj: : earl,. an at folium :
; K. S.Ivon rell nxltlinct. :
do cattle and horses and will eat for IndIvIduals descrIbed in and who aubitcrlbi Warrcnton Va.,
)O( ) )O' that a building would beerecte4as soon tbiirusiies hub,* foregoing propoitMj c 'barter tIre bllo.I..1 i.h.. ,reirthnr >. ,

as a deed could be obtained for the land. twelve hours out of twenty-four. and each:: arkiiOMlvdiftNl that he executed the I .\ ', r I.m.(n.renl.ltnio. KI..I..."' .... "

_ ......................... 4 Upon recommendation of Supt. SearsJ. I, name for the! Iii'PUTI. hand OH, and therein Heal exprtavedUITVEi4 at KlMlrnineo rla I ,A Lure\'ana hnndrMd; Aftnen.slarea.P. resilience. Klanlminee .

F. Barber was app< inted supervisor Master's Sale. Oacrola ounly lorlila this I llth day. <.f Hep.tcmber Ha. "ii".roe hundred diane.
'It. .- EMIL MACH ERNEST.MACH 4: of school No. 23. and J. T. Reaves. supervisor A LI I 1"11. --. 't-:

-of schooT NO "29. "'-.. ... i talX W,, B tKAWrORllj I ,
*HUTn. vtnnp of n Ttwitfe I. I..r
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$ +
i A.tl5 .adard Oil (;0.. !* NniatPdblicSt.ato atLarne aTATFnvFrrntlDt
Mr. F. J. Golwin: reported that there ..i..1 Arnie 0 rt nder.-<1 l I.\ I Honorable, J ."..M W. VAS'-AC.NfcW & CHAW .URIJ. A.torueH.NOTICE ; >|._
tilTY I )
t'i rktuJinte" '>I ftln in'uit Court of the 7th or wg4.I.AHF
: :.A.Ca: : EaOS. }: were soma extra desks at school No. Ii: J'I i and also some windows which had been t\jr\\ II.> < ....IA O"iiii\ ...dM.O..tOIiI. of Maid court aiiineil N.>tar\ 1'nhlli in, anil, fur tfnld ('mmty

shipped down by mistake. He va requested in I Pan*** ti...rein |...... '"11. H E. add ..a.,.. 11.r-4uti..ll) ai>|...A..I Arthur Il>onUran :I"'

? : 'to : Livery Feed and Sale Stable : to haul same to Tuakey Hummock *iioitii'l'-'*'t 'o ,,MIOU 1 1 I I..&Ifrran 1 ItrjHn<. .. o-i.r.'.ruj-n e..rnI&Insetm* fitting busi'.udhrftMii i iii lll anil,,., li I (9 A.i.\rt..:: I\ e I II lie] 'lli.lirl.liml-; to, IDC,sll I :deiurtb-knownanil .:;:

and ship to Supt. Sears. I I'.I'IKWIII HI I I' Of Application for Letters Patent . Mr. M. Stokes agreed to dig a well kud. K H I llniiwm:: .4:let I.illn-I Hanson hid wlf: loiHKi'lnK I orl|..HWl iliarttr. arid earl aiknowl- .'.'
:. Agt. International Harvesting Co. and place curbing for same at Shingle will .
haecry sell ml jmblH outcry to ha hlfrb I Incorporation. therein! .j 5
'ii.t. Creek No. 3, for $10. and upon motion, c.>t nnti Inmt Olrtcier for cash at the door of the Iliu'i-a i xitrnnMU)
my unid cud olll<'lal a' Kl .Un
4 x.. .' ::C : I=A.-7- E.A. J: O. T he was given contract for said work. Court IIoiif. in the city of Kl..lmmt.e. U.IdeutII.ty wftlc-t::: : !hereby: given: that tbe undersigned mee. this. .".nh day of AUKUat! A 1>.. mil >
sad .
'I There further business the .i<" 1urinf the boon% of leffal Mile the Oovenior of the State of frlor-
being no on M'tndwr the 2nd day of (>ctob ;A. D. Itfll. Ida. on the tilL ilay of October, 4 Ii. lull, for (SC4LJ E. O. VANS AQNKW!:

_I . Everything new and first class.: We render prompt and 4 Board adjourned till next regular meet. the follow I JnI::oriberl; rest estate the prow* Letters I'.'"", luconwralina' UNITrCU LAND MyCotnnilMlon Nolar/cxi'lrea l'ullIooI1.te.t I argd. .f' '
<< Lioocmlxrl'l Isli.
r "K" arty of [ Unftttt In the saIdcounty A: VEHTMK.VI COMPANY oDder the follow : :
satisfactory service day or' night 4 ,W. C. BASS, of OKuttolN and of Florida to ..Ih lug proposed charter and Articles' of Jnooriio. -:-- '
Beglnia! one hundred and forty yard west. ol
ration a COT which fiaa Imen tiled ID ibotllce
; 4 Chairman. ,' of the north.east corner of the ixjpUi \, ext quar of tbo*Secretarr of State of the Htate of STATEOFfHWYORK. I
ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT ttr of ,the Miuth flft4 .*. I
Attest : mem quartwr of iwetion entowiinhip Florida. ce.lNvv nr NK" tORI(. '.

t ; : Klssimmee. Flit.r' Phone 113 : W. J. SEARS 'run w ..*t thirty thrH south liundrt range 5nr tbiriT in. &.1..tbrev*,,<.v *.*Mithn ...1. . Jo I':.. A.NELHON VANS A'FELL.:NI.W: -* BE tnr\, I iiblu, That'.. in before niid' Me''for,said the Oonntad nnderltfne '-..

Superintendent, ''''i'ntHprln. thiMite i eel ibmiuutT.I I AR1 HUH K.!: l>U\t.AN I ..
rM.imlly 1.\, | I B Nelson Fell, ,\\I
theniL .. ..
yurdH torth *tetnl .h. Uu place .
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to II kllnu ,
.................... .. .... I ..I AI.h"l.<.lo.d"1.eta "<"". twr>. three mid four itf b'o' ('k .\KTI<" I.KS Oh INCORPORATION AND I'RO- 1..11\1.1".1 his nil u t .1i".,,.. rtl..i n'Hn l I I lii I.n.. .ml" ii t.,,.c h.iitt-.-.- alibairibed a- I.;: tK 'f

I ,"ur.ol HoblnHon'. Add it I,,,. to tht t"iuti of PUi.HI) t HAHlrK OFUNlllfl: | LAM) I utkiiowl.nai"' .n' Hi" ftirik iltiKpn.. |" t.ltlmner I ., . and ,
-- IHWARDSISlAND Kltt>lrauie Ity t'k't'lxr' M lib all tuI.flog All IMK.IMKNT!: < dMl-ANY I, :: liful l 'Ihat. lu. i x t 'n:j'1| till., nAinfl rotWIll
( r I MI K I ll Ii nii \ |Oi..l I
i-i I ululate thercan ..' I in, wlr* comiec(..l ih, re- The uiKlerHlKne hereby Hocmt, (hem. .
0' nn 10.,1 I .1 I .Mi.
I I with. with all II,.. ... .,., .. an ml M al. nt 19 \
nnd NinKtilur t."em."I. i t4fKvther (cir the puritlncuriHirattf .... ., becoming Wallxtnit'. Nt V>rk.l'I1' I lhi. .ill, .lav oflen,
here.llt.ainnta and H|"i'nru"i'n-nrfa thcr/'ii .to Items of Interest From That) Colonyof belfniKlliff I or apM| rtaiuliiK' and tverr rtiflit' I I 1. '
: : : : I iroIIKKWOOI: ). \.
tllle or lu.tcrest., l legal ..r .-4-iiuttHble of t'h. ,ei.l! thin
Theuame torpoiatlnn' shell) bv I I NITEl 'utare ,
: lutlI '. K"....t' Nw .
_ Fr*? Rot INNKifMICXT t OHPINY. I its < 'i.rtih. .1t. l ll..l I | Nt > ork .{
LOTS Happy Prosperous Peoll e. in u Yo" i S. Y.
: LOTS t'I l. In and to the name I )prill* ipitl firtl". anil place ..I biitmutn iiliall I I I ti. C""U, i.i .' I ,,,,' .0. I"I !. \
U. F. KRIIIIIHft III trie city' of KinMinmee Oforola i ounty. lu
As ye haven't seen any items from ft-' MnMler In Inanico .the StatS of ITlorMa and Ita tjuHinenaMi mar I li.. I -

coii'lutte .-laewhere lu the Stale ol Florida. I?
? LOTS HAVE BEEN SURVEYED AND STREETS this section for some time, we thoughta I or ,tu othtr etHics or countries tliroiiKh other Notice of Administrator. .

AND AVENUES LAID OUT IN few would be acceptable.We An Ordinance. <>ffi<" 'a .....hH. agencies or other" IM. MhjuHy I !'ii Chnrt.of l 1'onnt, ) In""I UP. Hint.. ,0 I I 1..rl.I..ln -t": ;
1 bl; utMtminr) or touveiiieut.AKTILE. I re BKWte ol Stella (,. W :
right .
are having splendid rains almost An Ordinance Repealing Ordinance Entitled: 4f ole o.nnt l'iiivcd. (Ace. '
; WILLIAMS'SUBDIVISIONTO "An Ordinance. Amending an Ordinance En. Thc'"Krneral\ nature of tin btislneMa. or btivl! |
Nouce .
I is .
daily. which is very encouraging to our titled 'An Onliniinre Prohlhitingthe Kunntug nfnueM t.. h,.. trunMtltini I.) sail (;om...".. I. ak r..ii, cr11. A1. .ei..I:; gi',itt vt-i, :i.I, ..1 a i I ::, .tA". I r. }
farmers who have at LarK During erurin Hmm, of all Cattle, folUi iilo I '
thristy already commenced I 191.! I .hal1 I priarit III )' all Ii lid .lit Ad- ,'
---- kxceiil BuUa've.d| October ftlb I'JQM tij lease or ntherwiae acquire. Improve I IdrAl" ",," or tho' isi..t. .. III sti.iia liiInu I a as ,
their fall planting. Prohibiting I All Cattle from Kuunlng at:Large:; Irrlitntv. fultixate and detulop mortK deeeiist-l to tie Ullllllnol.I". I. ... Wright. ,

\ Throughout the day while busy aboutour at Any Time," ApproiM' July <>lb. lUll. H,.|| and, e"I'II"'Ke landa tonvmenta and .iilae' of iilil Court, in. J".I.. .l i I P'.I') Parker 0d
BE ITOKnAIrOB BY THE!: CtlL'NI'IL OF rca property
WHITTIERand I work we hear the hum of the mow- TIIK: CITY OK KIHHlalatEKfaction : :, her, and any priviiticuM llrenae eel right' or .I 1JA., I. July l I. A. I>. ltd I. .'It
1. That an oalmanr-e entllled An power whalfcoeTtr of lllllnif boxing takIng A Kl iIItIrIIT' ,
\ er anr) see the incoming loads of hay, Ordinance AmendIng! an Ordinance Entitled!: ant naiuK I timber irum therafrom or any |iartor : -l..m- moapd. Adinlnl.tnttor., '
An Ordinance Prohibiting the Running at )product ttureof and shin toconatrnot. inuiulatu. :
are offered for sale to the trees burdened with ripening fruit. Lance, During Certain "..ura of All Cattle Bxtept 'lease amlrperau* bulldlnvi and fetrut.turett -
j and at eventide when our day's work is Hull" Approved OotoUtr '>Cb, IWi( Hy Pro.biOItIiiic of art) and all kind. lo manufacture lumber
the public at from'I All Cattle from 'i J Application for Final l
Knnnlng at Large at baird. naval atorec. croHH tlva ahlUKKa. an Discharge.In (
I bver we sit on our porches to enjoy the Any lime" Approved July bth lilt bo and all artIcles. roducl* and byprociacta iilHhufHi- I'oUrt tof the (ounty Julgo.tat'. '

i $25 TO $35 PER LOT balmy breeds: and realize that fall is the same 'In IH open btrebr cession rvpualedpatafd tbii H day of .Ingulf, Cured. m.unl..tur or derived and from deal timber hi pbimpfiate\ : lt.rtil ., doc'd.Oareola" ('ounty. In re relate. of Time of Florida.B.... "

-' approoching. .. A. U.I lUll. ztra and t.etroleilm oiia and all Ihu prodiu Notice, taviftrfby
: .
W. B MAKINBON.I'reaklcnt awl .b>pr.Mifli U thereof To acquire I ion.fctrni given it may con
; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Cohoon of Kis- of Council City of klulilmnite I. maintain, lmpro\e (develop inorttraifu. cern I ahall that on the lllih day of January AI.. 1UI2.
apply to
the Ilorarable ..,.
4 Whittier will soon be in railroad connection with AUe"j .. Hell ai,1 base Any tram roada or other road ('>r I Jutlire jf akld Court .. (; I Parker. .
of J. 1C. Hil- Judge
immee were the guests of Probate' for
R (illBERT.BEAI. the, HUM ar and ouretlea ?); othertraliiportatit a (
every part of the United Slates, and in a.short time hard and family from Friday till Mon- ; .) Clerk of the City of Kbmlmmee >n facUUlea or convulunt nece. I I I Tim. Ha...a. deteaaed* as aaadmlnlatrator and that the ...... of '..;
at the
.r Approved thin 11 day of AUK A D l"llH aary or desirable for. the development tonven name tieie, I
will will
'( become one of the most important towns in South hTANiURD.3e44 nreiient my final accounts aa ailmlnmtrator of
day. On Friday a birthday dinner was Cl-AY' len e or profit of any lands or other propertyof naid and ask for t
;; Florida; therefore Iota at the above prices are! only given in honor of their son. Carl. : MsyorofCtty of .klMlminue M hle-h the company may "be poatHtBMMj or III I -.1"'j'I:; th. A. I) I'll aimroval fto'
, which It may have" Interest v' own. inmn.tulu .
_ _ I one-tenth of what they will bring twelve months hence. Mr. and Mrs- Will Hughy spent Sun- and operate boats and ventuleM' and nmtor.power -".1 mo-'.moa OSCAR HASS.) Sr AdminlHtrator. {r
of .11..crtl-llIIlI.. f f..r lt..elf and for Inn'
Divorce Notice.
I <. Whittier. has a telephone line. l"t has good roads day with Mrs. Hughy's: parents at East. or olnpenvatlou To own, operate, leaai.. I -#;t.,

1// 2 for auto travel at any time Has three mails per Lake., Jn ('Irrult <'ourt Stale of Florida. Carrie JameaComplainant hire. use .lId ,luatutaln do ka, wnarvea eleva j ; ", ,
va David II Jamea ><-t""d"1'.t.l W.... "re.._. tanlca, refrluerauirw, U'" ,inannfaL j I Notice of Executor 'Y :

_ _ :. week. Whittier is on the center land between St. $r. and Mrs. C. H. Funk and IOn Seventh Judicial Iroiilt OHceula Count'. 'Inhancery. tIlling pluuln.. anil atoraye tatllltie-a of every 1{' In t .ion. of tin. ( _
Johns ( kind and to collect aud receIve prtifllH ajtolrs oiiiity Jntltft -iialeof( Florida.
and Kissirhmee rivers,, just twelve miles efeih Dwight, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. LighUey It appearing by affidavit appended to the bill : therefrom to lucite utot-aKe, ubarnnKtri in 'e Kit iii., oll.mplt. Al I ii',. I li-'l 1. Os'",

( k* way. One and ohe-halvhiiles from Kissimmee Prairie, Died in the above-atated c.u.e that L'avll HJamca. and n aretoiia0. receipt" for. or aicaliiht pr<>|','rty I Iof ola < "tll"ty ,
and little daughter Mildred took Sun the xlvfendant therHin 1..m.'Ci. vh.Aierealdence aiiv klml that may be >'MUeil ur I Iktored Ntitite: : IK :hinlij; glv.i. to itO|| whinu It may
r 4i land of the Hunter Lund Company.: We have_ the best day dinner with Mr. S. f.. Faslel" and I. unknown la riVer tha age of lw i'n. with or br sail company'I.tro pro : lontcrn that l on th, I Ut dnv of Man: h .A IS.
land for and tl-oue yean it l> lh.rrlore ordered saul niotv and aiwlit flnan< lally ut others lav com i ipanieN I 1f12. I shall HI"ply to flu, 11'0.1.I.. ( .,.... P Par
p trucking; farming in Florida. We have family. nonresIdent defendant be and be li hht required syndicates, partnarahf' a and a.* oi 1'atioim I I. I.'r. J'"IIe"' of saltl <<< ourt. HH JII", !?? of | rob..te.

p fruit and vegetables all the year round. We are in> Mr. Carlson boat load of to appear lo lh.. bill nf complaint flied : ,u.t to guarantee. payment. of "rllll' J .roraflnnl.....".' 01 I tIis.ha. rg.. Iii Adminlrtrator. I of the -
brought a .. A Mini tit ,
dMlaeuda stocks .nxitl
In aald cJume on or bl-fore r.sotlday. .the tub day Ititerettt or ou any .har. de-! I. and that at
( the cent< r of stork raising{ by the bell t, and cheapest gentlemen from St. Cloud Sunday morning of ov"mt.r. A. D. IVI1. otherwise the allega "beulure nhllKallona, ooutracla method earth We Lions will be taken aaeonfuane by said ,defend issued by any cMirfilnatlou or individual % ,' Ii iii ITI I t rator of hall' '".'..1 for ;
on have
r a school roll of I their al'lrov.llatel. .k
eighty ; tIe the banksof
They spent day on ant.. ever proper "loe or necessary In th' judumttit ,
q ) two grocery stores ; two hotels, open the year round. ek. It la further ordered that thla order be pnb- of Ita directors in the Interwat of the biiHliu. .M. i L Augiml' 1st A. 1)I Illll
Boggy/: cr liahed once a week for eight consecutive wreka purpOH roterty| of thl. comatiT| lo tt( faa C.A.lJXX.
r Whittier is on the east boundary of Lake Marion which fiscal: orof* for flruiHU:rl '""". ""' ,
Miss Blanche] Lawson and Jim Hil- in the Itlaaimmee Valley u..u. a nowapAperpiibllahed agent poraona 1 ViliiuiiiMtralor.Guardian 1
extends In paid County and Bute corporatioua. to receive proMrly ol ally kind i
_ _ i westward connecting with achain of lakes to liard who are attending school In KIssimmee ThIs AUguat Xlat, tillARTHUR I to be held In trust or olherwi ice; to Invent coiL i I It.

Kiiaimmee river. Here ill the hunting and fishihg par / home :: E.!: DONEOAN reinvent such property or the proceeds thereof I 's Notice. .4 >
were over Sunday.On slut. the inonrne therefrom to draw i
(SEAL]! CIrcuit Court. accept en* In Conrt of .
adise. Whittier has the best marl material for good last Saturday Mr. C. H. Funk ELIZABllr[JOHN81, dorae. acquire pledge and ell any and ..11DltJytl."I..r remtlateof. loniilv anlel,,, \ JUIKH A. Minx. state. .. nf Florida. l In .' ,
streets and (I. F J KBJBBS. Deputy Clerk. transferable instruments anft HcurTliea. Minx. mluori .1 Temple A
\ hard roads in ,
Florida. . i ,
:- -:- :- ; the ( .
and farm O.'o..I.I"ult y .
\ purchased grove of Mr. Solicitor for Con.plainant. 86-Ki deh."tu. bends nott-a hula of exchange Notice la hereby I
I Maps of this sub-division can be seen at W. G.King's and evidence indentedneea oontrat ueeru. thaioil.. all whom It may
Ira Weiharbee. This is on. of the finest -/ and oblIgationS of every character TO buy.acquire A. Minx a. K..rdl.o, j.

: office in St. Cloud, Jenkins & Woodharh's office properties in Osceola and bold own pledge. mortgage. sell Uaole)'A.lh"Mlux lah and Temple A. Mil. O
county Notice of Administrator.In will day' o'toher' !;.
& operate, improve aaalgn. traiiafer and trade In A.I. HiI. apply
in Kiisimmee Houorable ,
or at my residence in Whittier. bas been the means in the past few Court of the County Judge, State ofFlorida, allNgood are... %nerabaidiaend ta dl for HHlJ ( oo. F I arlrer. t
connty.( .t hl, ;
__._n 18.raof placing Mr. W.therbe.beyond In ra Batate. Oacaola: of County.Catherine Stnrtevmnt. Daeeaaad -I property, own account of every and 111.aa .factor., and description broker or agent; oulu nice asi0oii City thereafter:in sail I County. at 10 clock office! In a. m,, : S .J '

the danger of ever being In want for Notice 1" hereby given, to all whom It may for any other .person or corporation including for authority to ., as.t. tie illatter ,
; HI 1 concern that on the 18th d.l.ol December A. patent rig bin. Inveutlona trade marka opllonn or mtuori. In ,1 sale the lnttr,4' 'f' ."
ft anything to make him and his comfortable D: t911, i shall apply to the Honorable Geo F. and other property Ole board of director may "..sK acId rrl.t deacribed ril 't.
E. .R. B'ASS'f : !Parker Judge of saId Coort, aa Judge of Pro deem eouvenleot and advlaabltTIn the Inter..... Ihefr iin.tliltled county. .
for the remainder of their lives.) I IWo.lhlrd. In
HIT final dlacharge afl AdmInIstrator of the Company and 8 bl.'k J.t..t kh a \Ii.
Sunday, Oct. lit there will be an all- :m''o E.*ae of Catherine A. Slurtevant do.ceaaed 1 o I..... such stock booda debenturea and of Robert barnes. ""'.11,1..' 'I. ,*.,9 .n< 4 In bl< !2 '
and ifcat at the ......time wUl preaent otherobUgationa. and to make such luvealmenla -- slmttiee.' ".ppI,.. .I.IUo" lo the city of ,
_ WHITTJER. FLORID day meeting 'at theschool bouse. commencing my final aoeonnta aa AdmInIstrator of saId purchaaea and diapoaltkme I of Its luaetaaa coinly' l'lorida. '.
AI estate and ask for their approvaL may be Ip aeoordance with law and deemed.iSiable! "l'lr..Uon '>H.etl upon te :
.. $
t' -.". . . with Sunda'y' School at 10 a. V.Mol June 9. A.. p. !lt lLJ . and oonvepleut IQ. tb0 iotereete of the pettion I'.t August 1'11,.th.- A D on Pill.file In said Cal' .e 'r'

m., mart time, With preaching 'immediately B.CARSON. oem panT.
following, and preachilll'.un', :24-Onco: a in.-4znt" .dIDIDillUaka : To purcbaM, and otherwise acquire and }hold JI'Uo A MI/X.Gu.rd. 11

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H.EBREAKERCOMPANY ** -i.- -t- We hare, sold these,'ahoeai""Red GooseScJool ? ;'

.Anent' the Death*of Sadie .JH' arcliant''' Frdnt'Chloro-, for 'two seasons before we ..

',,\ form Administered, tfy> Two Shakers to' Ease started to :advertise them*. I.'Sa00Shafideit'teoi < t

; & / Her..Sufferings. atid Act=.Her-."p 's8'Oait of the We hare put them to the '\
i--- = } Imda now, ti
,' Body" Without. Paiti,and-in Peace.. > -i 1 :ready to put'' 1v .' ,;

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r" :,The propriety of inducing' : death \to'sister of her faith, and she eaYhestly, Red Goose
"SellHomes hopeless sufferers has bud Its fascinations prayed these kind-hearted attendants ', y 5

f>j the speculations of the human assist':her in "pa.sinlrout the"body.." School Shoes i rY

mind since the Greeks discontinued the ]Powerless to relieve her suffering, arid<

practice centuries ago. It'provided the moved by her entreaties, they finally\ before the public as the best
problem for\one of Mrs. Wharton's .consented to<' administer a drug which
I most Interestldg novels, though 'the enabled her to pass painlessly into everlasting school shoe on' the market.

, BUYING A HOME problem was not therein solved and perhaps ) ,rest. .. < We carrr these shoes in all styles

never will be solved, but will remain Now.these people have been arrested, and sizes from infant to big '

How about that little home you've; pictured in your mind to a problem so long "human suffering -'I' charged with the murder of the sufferer; girU'. See window display.

"' often? Cozy, comfortable: convenient to business/ thoroughly mod- and mortal,pain --remain prob- .The judge however, recognizing the
lem. Though now and then it has been I motive .
i by which they were actuated,
well cared for and till within home that can
means a
em, your you
w'as I
proposed to state., as it recently i allowed them bail-an unusual,proceeding .'
call your own and care for with a sense of 'security and enjoyment proposed in the legislature of Ohio,.the i but l In \keeping with the unusual nature -' Our Fall 'Goods ,ar6 Now, .In .

that come with the possession of realty law recoils from it for reasons that are | of the case.Throughout I -c

Now is a good time to buy a home: in Florida, before price sound in morals ethice; in the all ages philosophers have '
presence of the, great mystery of pain that under We assureyou uprto-dateeeruiee.
argued certain conditions
advance, a* they are doing each month; purchase now and gt$ the ,
the state, in this instance, stands reverent"rht"silent i suicide is justifiable. Of cfcurse, accepting -
benefit of value
.. i this hypothesis, euthanasia the '
Most people who buy realty make their selection after a care- L. M. WHIDDEN & CO
; It is only in minds of an enlightenment i iso taking of another's life under like con-, .
ful consideration of the offering that are presented to them through rare and pure that they can conceive ditions,'would be also justifiable, especially .-

reliable agent We have a larger list to select from than can be of no purpose less pure than their own I I if the act were in accordance with ,

found in the city, and offer each'piece of property at the exact price that the practice finds any justification; the sufferer's wishes
In the more practical view there will But the philosophy that counsels the ,
placed it by the thus insuring a deal to one of -a
t on owner, square every have to be greater respect for-the learned taking of human life under any circum- ,

our clienn I professions than exists today, whatever ctances not recognized by the civpl laws C. A. CARSON president H, C. UBYAN, SECRET: !:'
respects they may merit, before one a heathen philosophy, and abhorrentto
I would be so temerarious as to proposeto our Christian civilization. '"To be or

endow any of them with the authority not to be," is a problem that has confronted The Waters & 'Carson i

so say just when a person should be many a pain-racked body or sor
No 245-A choice residence locatedon No. 381-A 20-acre tract located on put to death. The legal profession rowlacerated'heart...
Mabbette street, within three blocksof marl road, two miles from depot on
seems to haite-tee- many-interests to; Unless the intellect had become be-
postofllce; house contains fl rooms, St Cloud road Property has good
plastered and hard oil finish, electric) house and three-acre orange grove in I serve, not all of which are unselfish! and I clouded through suffering, the answer has Grocery Company:
lights, modern plumbing, two porches, bearing This grove will yield" from the medical profession teems Still to be : ever been plain To be-to bravely face
good well, on corner lot l"OxliX) to six- 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each.' in such a scientific uncertainty of mind I our "sea of troubles," rather than to
New sidewalk. Sufficient land cleared and in
teen foot alley. ccunent year.
Possession given in :30 days. Property cultivation to Increase grove to twelveor that neither of them would wish to assume 'I beat, a cowardly retreat; .to wait, in -Wholesale and Retail Dealers in """' x,
renting to excellent tenant for $20 fifteen' acres, and nt same time can' such a tremendous responsibility. such patience and resignation as we
per month. Very liberal terms ate be yielding any garden truck desired.If . The state, however, which I have con- can command, the fullness of the time \
offered l on thin proposition. Let \is in search of property that will bring ceived as standing reverently silent in i appointed for out relief and transition.Still I GROCERIES
allow you the property. results this fall, and at all times while FX
extending new grove, investigate this. the presence of the mystery of pain, Is'' more sharply should the line be ,
,,4. No. 221-This is one of the handsomest This property is convenient to town, not so reverent or so silent in the presence drawn when there Is involved the re .. "'--
homes close to the lake, house knew has marled road on one side one end. of the mystery of life and death, sponsibility taking the lifof another.
containing six rooms, plastered and full Interested >
Our price particulars! to of which.the of is born. '
throughout hard oil finish, electric] parlies mystery pain Nothing is truer or more expressive: of rr tr'
lights, and hath, nke shrubbery In It is ready and willing at-all times to faith than that''while there is life there WEi.; SELL ;" :4 : WE BUY "
yard Just the place for anyone de No. 287-Ilere we have one of the violate the sanctuary of the soul with Is hope." Many a person who had been '41-: :'. ', 1\0' ; _ ::
siring quiet, cosy home where they nicest small residence propositions in its gibbets and its knives, its racks and given pp t"die by physicians and friends, HAY Ni'! ,. rte-l' .' --- '
Can jet the benefit of the bree/e from Kissimmee, located within three blocks: x I
, ropes, and strangely, preposterouslyend recovered and lived to .ripe old uge., (': ,' .
- the lak aJiuot-t every day in-the y<>ftf.Kino .of court-buuae. House has five rooms, GRAIN .. lit ; .
view of lake from front veranda. three of which are plastered, two celled with a grotesque inability to esti- The incurable disease of, today, in this "f '
This property) is offered by the owner ; two fire places two porches. Lot mate values; it imagines that it can wonderful age of progress and science, FERTILIZERS : ::tt, ' FURS,
for a short time; we will introduce cuttomerg 75xl47i, with twei\le hearing orange best show its disapproval of murder by may find its specific tomorrow. To an- / ':; v < 'If AOL '
to owner and let them deal trees and size ubbery. This is a splendid '. 'Aso t 1
those formal murders it commits itself.If ticipate the will of heaven hastening SHINGLES J
d I reel. proposition\ and can be had for. by : .
$1,350, on very favorable terms. it can be said of the poor, simple the death of a disease-stricken suffereris ,' 'AND'y. ;
COLONIZATION LAND Shaker folk' who performed the deed I"
to usurp one of the greatest functions t
No. 41H Truck) and citrus fruit land
y'4' cres No. timber 401) -This Well a tract located of 8,000 for combined.< This,4raet consists of 30( under notice that they did what they of the Creator, and to cast doubt upon ORANGE WRAPS ___, LL.:1<' ,

sub-division and colonization pur- acres of the very best hammock and did in premeditation which is one of the wisdom and Power of omnipotence.We .
: poses. It borders on three lakes. 30 acres muck and prairie land, all the legal elements of the offense of would not hold that these gentle VEGETABLECRATESCOUNTRY I
b' Railroad within three miles <>f tract. under rood hog.proof wire fence; just murder, they did not do it in malice, and kindly Shakers should be punishedfor CRATE NAILS PRODUCE t '
outside city limits, with commodious ;
Will cut 2500 to :3000 feet of lumber to a .?>.1'1
which is more than the law can of :e
say they sin
which thought no
the acre. This will bring splendid re- nine-room residence on the. property; < t
turns to owner If sold in small tracts. line well of artesian wal1r.( It is conceded itself, for it kills in premeditation and But the law and public sentiment should I .-'" . -. ,
Our price $tt SO,per acre.. b> all that hammock land is unquestionably 'n malice, too, though it likes to pietend so frown down upon this idea of destroying -I '
-- ] the best adapted for that it does not. life that no occurrence of a similar I We sell field'and garden seeds of all kinds. r is isWe
attractive home in Pine- citrus fruitn.. Floe adjoining -
> No. 301 An ; grove
o' dale. This property Is just outside of th.s land. This is the logical In this the state shows' lacks not case shall be-encouraged. Moreover, give special attention. to fitting, out, hunting and camping

: ,: city limits, 'on blah crouad. House body of land'for the ucC llsful'llrow- only of pity and mercy, but it shows )its the state of Florida should have writtenIn parties. .. l' . ";.' ";\ ,1{ t''', tr,
if two-story and r contains eight rooms, ing of oranges, grapefruit,'every kindof lack even of humor, the gentle and say. [ its statutes an enactment.making it Iii No. '
Free limits. Phone 121
,:: all plastered/ and hard oil finish, two, vegetable and p9 llrT. The pro Leg grace by means of which valuesmay a' crime 'attempt to'take's one's life. delivery city : Y 'to
n>' porches ,Una well and large barn. posed electric line passes one quarter estimated and w. are county agents for good fertilizers.;:'J>,:Askt us; for.circular. Y'
not flaw '
properly no nation Such In force in
line of is states, ,
This house Is located on a five-acre mile of, and is on many *,"' *'
;, tract, with beautiful View of the city railroad from this city to St. Cloud. utterly lacking in the TjeHWof humor but it seems has never been enacted by and prices on fertilizers ..., / .;? ..:, { ;
and lake. Land fs adapted to citrus Full information to interested parties. would, in depreciating the idea of tak- the lawmakers of Florida.-Lakeland
fruits and trucking. This property can mg.human life itself take human life News. r r.qw
be I had for '.{:2oo? ) on very favorable No. 4:1O-'our-roun: nevi bunR'alowlocated .. '
terms Will introduce customer to on a lot 1471x21)5) feet twenty- in the vain effort to requite the deed. ,

owner and )let them deal direct. eight orange, three grapefruit and one No Btate'not wholly lacking in that USE-OP ODD LENGTHS
tangerine: tree in bearing. Lot has would to "You have
No .' )4-Improved farm, ]located\ on streets on tIrelsides, plenty room for grace say anyone I
best road in Oi-ceola] county, 1J- miles three more houses to be built on lot, taken a human life and the idea of taking PAY LESS FOR BESTYour
In Lumber Has Proven Great Saving
from depot 10 acres fenced and in all of which can be rented to good human life is so abhorrent to us a -
high/ Slate of cultivation; l>est truckingland advantage Price $1600. terms ot. half that we must at once take your life." to Builders.
In this section has good well)), if desired. '
31'0011ciuaA'p, stable] wagon shed and It seems to be admitted that these Washington, D. C., Sept. 21.-The Day's Good Work Depends
poultry house: All. ready for purchaser Beautiful lake front lot consistingof : simple Shaker folk did what they did in investigation carried on last year by the
a half )block, located in the best Upon Your Night's Good Rest
to bl'lfin'ork without any delay or neighborhood in the city. Will sell kindness and mercy, and however mis- U. S. Department of Agriculture, cooperating .
of clearing land and wailing
Cxpenge : taken they might have been, or how- w'ith ,
\' before being able to pro only to pasty who will Improve it to lumber manufacturer .
duce any crops. This land is adapted correspond with surrounding property ever impossible it is to apply their the- in the South, to determine the saving{ It is therefore essential 'that 1
to growing; all kinds of citrus fruits; Full particulars] and price to interested -, ories in any practical way in the opera- that can be effected by using odd lengths you fJ

grove can be started\ to good advantage parUj. tions of t tie' law, it is at least to be of lumber as well as even, has begun to have a comfortable, elastic, sanitary felt = .
farmed. Price
while land la being *
/ We are offering some very desirable imitates
hoped that as the state the ferocity bear fruit. That investigation showed
$1050. Terms on part if desired. '
resident lots, located three blttcks from
and hatred in otter killings it mattress. ) :
that a material saving was practicable
the Court House, or nice high elevation .
No. 201! )-Three choice resident lots will in this case content itself witb imitating and at '
for $200 for Inside and $250 for a recent meeting of a southern Princ'essMattress l
fronting portion/:of on city marled, elegant 1 street view In southern of lake corner lots. Alley in rear of all these the spirit'of kindness .and the lumber manufacturers' association the d b The
lots. Cash or short time. Let us show will to help and serve that must have
where you can get: the benefit of the fact was brought out that a beginninghas is
cool breezes that blow almost continually you tncse been in the hearts of these! poor per- been made in putting the new plan guar "

Good healthy locality, fertile. : No. 4.CJ; : -.New bungalow consisting sons. ..into practice, and 'that an increase in anteed to be made of ,
soil and good that makes of four large and two shed rooms on
life worth living Is found In thin sec- lot 147x147 feet, well 1)7 feet deep, 20 The situation is one which might 'e11 l the sale of odd lengths is ahticipated
tion of the city Will, sell these ]lots young fruit trees and young shade serve for another of those books about for the near future.It carefully sanftizedSANFTAicg
r singly or ifs'you desire will sell the i trees set in front ioflot. This--prop- the Shakers which Mr. William Dean was formerly the custom and generally -
three which will make one largo lot 01 tvt\ near to the lake and Is a deliirhtgul material woven into
Howells used to write-with still to sell lumber in
so completean is so .. even FLI.T
1471x140 feet. Price $oOO. :: place to live ; land Is high
and just the place for a nice quiet understanding of their simplicity, of l lengths only. Waste resulted from cut- AV/mtoHrCtt& layers of resilient
No. :3(*$!)-Fine garden and poultry home where you secure the breeze from their naiv"ette, of their gentleness and ting off the ends of odd lengths to make W '
proposition. This place contains two the almost continuously. I'riee$1300, devotion. The spectacle is pitiful, for them even. considerable per centage 1. JL durable felt that will 'tlrf
((1-room house'with
porches ,
acres new / toe in-, on half if desired.No. .
In front and one side; line artesian well here ewre folk inspired by love and so of a sawmill's output defective. ThatIs
with pump on porch. Choice locationfor 2J!II -A very desirable 4--room imbued with pity that they could know- boards have had knots, decayed spots, not lump,,pack down or become hard.It L.
') small)) truck f>r poultry tarm. The i cottage, located within one block of' ingly, and with a certain quality ef or split ends, and the defective parts are
land Is subdivided into lots and is> Osceola County court house, in best is (lie superior of and the equal of ,
I courage, risk the fate that is now upon cut out. To, make an even length ol. many any
section of House isi
worth the price asked without any im- residence city. I
r provements. We are offering1 this i new,' celled throughout; good well of f]I them in order to do what in their minds what rematnff', it Is often necessary to i mattress for which you are required to pay $15 or

property for $Ir.r.o. terms on part If 1 water on adjoining lot which purchaser and in thqir, intentions was a.duty, anda cut off a foot of good wood with the I less. The Price"of The Princess is $10. '
desired The town Is growing in this i can have access to for water supply, merciful duty. Brand Whitlock, bad. and it is wasted. The practice of i :: only __
direction and property will enhance in i Lot 7Jxl47J feet Price 1,10O Lei. us We have been engaged in the manufacture of
show this Mayor of Toledo] Author and humanitarian marketing odd lengths as well as even
value'el'y rapidly cottage ,
in the Toledo (Ohio) News-Bee. 'is meant to lessen this waste. The sale mattresses (for more than 22 years. We put all of our "'
1 of odd lengths of lumber will frequently $'r1 i
of facilities and workmanship
lessen waste in the woods also; for example years experience expert ;
I' Write or Call on Us The Right. (Io Take Life. ; a log may be cut fifteen feet into The Princess. It weighs 50 pounds and may .

The unusual circumstances of "as- long -which, following the old custom, '
be had in plain stripe art ticking. Sold
fancy or on
sisted suicide, as it has been termed, would be cut only fourteen, and the

bcr Ii which occurred recently' near Kissim- extra foot would be left in the'woods.The a 60 nights'guarantee.. Il your dealer can't supply ..

mee, has attracted national attentionand introduction of odd lengths meets you write us and we will arrange for one to be sent ;1't' N
evoked: much discussion from sa- with opposition from builders who .

H. M BREAKER <& CO. vants and students of. moral and sociological are prejudiced in.favor many of even l lengths 'to H your door express prepaid. . '

: problems. simply because they have never used If you wont m ttr.M d.'tax, uk foul ........ for i;
In the section mentioned the Shakers, other kind. Nevertheless there T6 ChoUcin Sinks Felt, tw *cm of -xc ll nc. '
t I any In auutitt nraltln. Price SLIM. NabeUOTMiwpiic*. "
a sect which hold soma peculiar tenets, are many places in which odd lengths n

i --: Over Osceola Pharmacy :- but which In many respects has regulations are more economical than even ones-' Samples of ticking cheerfully sent on request .;

which all men could well adopt as for instance, where nine-foot studdingis I '

their Voles of liVing, have established a used. Following former: custom, the

\:, KISSiMMEE ::. FLORIDA colony. One of the members, was suffering I cads must be cut from even lengths to GHOLSTIN.CUNNINGHAM;

,- .from tuber advanced make the timbers fit. Some manufac- I '.'
stage. There wino; hope for her recovery turers of flooring successfully sell odd SPRING BED CO. a

i -.; I / ../') lUte!' she was in great and con- and even lengths, thus lessening waste I'I'e. Manufacturers ATLl NTAGA r

% .. ,- stant,TMUQ. ,She'warfmirsed andten in the woods at the mill* suid in,. the. ;
, derly :ministered to by'a brotherand '
construction.. .>f buildings. 'T" : Tra

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t ''Ttle wise policy if the selection of such Pro ..BALLET DANCER ..,

Kissimmee Valley Gazette batlon officer could be made by the '

.. -..... Commissioners the recommendationof ", ," ., 'f
the ladies of on this society, acting Long Training' and a ..C."Or'n.. .' T. L O""Tn *: The Wonder
> .z. < -
Pr 1
W.B. HARRISEditor and ; .
pr.4 in conjunction with. ,a similar society. in -of Hard Work Are"Theirs. x.., >
'. 9. J.-TRlPLETT, Associate Editor. St. Cloud. : Tbe njjrderir Imperial ballet scboolV. / '
. .
-MM M | ? ""* 4f- .i.d.Mi == r nr ,.,._[ Very. truly yours: of St. P.eterabnrii Moscow are andbr < '.NewaJtenU; from the City'Whose Unprecedented(

PUBLISHED EVER* FIlIDA.I'Yc : ARTHuR E. DUNEGA'f.I' ,! Kovernuent control.' forming with .. -
TI' u Growth ha Startled tha World. ., ..
>.ffl Qa e'tte.13ulldini'. >, the' theaters and dramatic aC.. ','
in schools .
( ; ; e Valley a ..... .'. ... : .
.KISSUniEB. OSCEOLA:'roUNTY. FLA. WILL RETURN department of. the ministry of .the .. --4 \\I c... .. \ 'I
.- ------:-" j.u .T : : Court. Pupils both male and female,' f '.... .. ... ,t'.;. BE TS.. SPECIAt.'CORRES1'OKDENT :i"

... SUBSCRIPTION RATES: - are entered kt the .
early often .
t age JH
0.. .rDM ... ,. .. .. . ....:.... ..$t 00 'After Eby of Kissimmee wan a bus-! Meeting of the council on r peoole In' .
OOP copy*.six..month* .. . .. ."..- .. ..'',. ..... Co In the Near ,Future, .to the, _Sunny City years'-seldom older. .the neee.!.!. new .visitor' in St4. Cloud on" Thursday morning with four 'members. work to their I
& sari nomination" has been obtainedby last. ---- businesi'was the town.'
-N7--- erable transacted, and : and for
4 4 c All communication*,' except from our epthof by the Lake! no modnn an easy matter nowadays -, together It wa a yery profitable Adjourned to meet
Bed eorrpondenUu mu.t b......1Id *>.the writer 4Ffltsburg -a strlogent,examination( regarding i 'Mr. and Mrs. McCoy ing.. '-,- next
"r.' Rejected matter will not be returned! nnloMEntered Pa., Sept. 20, 191.1. and daughter, '_ .\
M1IecIt .__. Klsslmmee Valley Gazette. health, strength, beauty of form I Rosalind.- Kent-Ohio,--came-to St .... :

n .. : it t".......rom...Jn Ktoimmee Dear 1ir'o'intJ! : enclosed $1 for a re- and natural gracefulness has to be Cloud on Thursday last and' aiw top Dr. and Mrs, Hyres; and Miss DA -
end-clu. m.11!! _t..... newa of my paper-I should say the passed>efor.p the child U floallyi ac ping: at the Flemirjghurst. Large returned to $t. Cloud
.--t-=-. -==0, _-=-t--- best paper in Florida, for I find it up to cepted. From tbe time It becomes an morning. They ..received a warm ,

t ,Friday, September 29, 1911 I date in good new 1 look for it every Inmate the whole of Its education J. Starr Anderson who has been the come from their many friends who '
: Monday morning, and very little ot itla 1>een_ awaiting their return. of That
seculaf and arttstI'Ia taken In bao'd.end representative the Seminole' Land
-- --'- left unread. My friends enjoy its readIng ..eors'ot training & Investment Co. for the last year in .. --:-- -

Immaculate! Gall. . and no doubt it hat put some of some before) It Is considered ripe are necessary to St. Cloud was suddenly called away to The"Epwjorth League meeting on
: them to think inK of the Sunny South. appear -
Lynn Haven on Thursday evening. Mr day willbe led by Miss Della Adams. I Mr. C. C. manager
k 0''r' The Valley Gazette is in receipt of Since the Shakers have come to the in public. Anderson was highly esteemed both In the Co., re
notice of the people. I know of nothing Tbe dancer's life Is a ceaseless round"of the business and social world several
] the following letter. . that would have made Kimimmee better hard work. All. even great artists Cloud, and everybody: regrets see him On Sunday last Mr. and Mrs: G. I business.

:? To the Ed.tor:-From time to. time I known to the people of the North. when at homo take regular dally leave., Penn, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker Mr. and of Monu-

: will send you some brief stories boosting The Pittsburg papers carried large,headlines lessons In addition to the dally rehearsals and Mrs. Heckel.! teok a motor ride i Kans., and
good roads and tending to popular- fQr pearly a week about this- here.
' taking
.., '. I ize: the autornohlile/which'is one of thehiost but I see the Gazette had 'nothing to for. tbe next performancewhich T. A. Court, our local meat man, has time.. / I at Mr. N.

t ;, potent factors in the development say in its last issue. No doubt othersIn I are demanded however old and been busy ID Kissimmee for the past - I are .! expect to

of the good roads propaganda. There the North who read your paper expected well known the ballet. Thus an average two weeks as foreman of the work on Mr. C. L. Key is ;improving i I soon. a

.. J js absolutely no charge, and no pay is further information as we have- !,: of flvo to six hours' dancing a Mr.concrete Griffin residence being erected for His son is here, and hopes to take, tract of .

. expected for this stuff. I will appreciate more faith in your statements than day Is rather tbe rule than the exceptlpa. on Main street., father-back North with him in a s) I Mr. L. 111., is

the conrtesy however if you will those of outside papers.I popular ballerina In demand time. er1t and expe is going
ae. that my name is at once placed on am pleased to say that Mrs. Mc- Mr. C. E. Carson, manager of the I build
at charity performances and artistic-at D a town we
k' your mailing list BO that I will receive Dowell and myself have not forgotten boat house at the foot of Ohio Avenue f erstand.
,. your papier regularly._ In course of Kissimmee. The one year we lived in homos often dancing as much ai.. eight reports that times are good. He is glad Many will remember Capt. Hiram 'E. III.

year'you,will find will receive your city has left its impressions upon ,I hours In the: twenty-four.. to see all of his' friends whenever they stevens of Carolina avenue, who Judge his Mex.,
IV? many interesting and valuabl.t's.orlea. us. Though! we are in Pittsburg, rev- Trained artists are kept to design wish to take a boat ride or eo motoring. last spring to take up homestead! here bought,;

z Thanking you in advance I am erthefess our thoughts are in the sunny; In every detail of period and subject --- Bermont, after a residence In St.' the Judge

Yours" very truly, city by the lake. As we look forwartto the dresses, scenery and accessories Col. F. M. of over a year. He has had to make his
Sterrett after .
: ii., ALVIN ROBERTS the near future of going back gives task obviously requiring much imagination from St. being away ble annoyance through an old contest .
Cloud for the
S Postoffice Box 1201.Jacksonville how for the past six weeks the land and his friends will
to long
as we song) many
and much knowledge and often home Mr. D. 111. has
came Mr. Porter
; .4 Ha. of'the birds. In going back we will not on Friday. tooK glad to learn that the government
as many as 13O personages!,: appear on the auto to Kissimmee tomeet him. his Delson is
decided in favor of
$ be several Capt. Stevens,
Now we are not acquainted with Mr. alone as parties are plan
ning to dispose of their properties. At the stage at the same time. Even tbe he is now aroing ahead rapidly with a depart-
Alvin Roberta and don't know why he store
the present tirnjt I am engaged in the orchestra leaders qualify especially for Every town is glad to get rid of its 1 improvements. The in for a
? should take such active interest in
an dry gootlsbusiness, and doing very well. ballet musIc. having no place in the undesirables. St. Cloud will soon be meat
i desiring see "interesting and valuable 1 have also located several families in orchestra at any* other Uino.-London glad. I "Misses Marjorie Belle Beartjon Mr. and ,Frank

k .tori a" appear in the Valley (.acette. \jiHsinimee since being in Pittsburg.You World. Grace Nelson of Kieeimmee, visited of moved to

; unless it be that hr alludes to have no idea how many are wanting Honorable A.1 I Albert Beardon on Tuesday. I
: A. E. Donegan, P.
-ta know more about city. Several -
only one make of an auto in his "inter parties are selling Kissimmee your land THE FOURTH DIMENSION. Vans Agnew E. G. Vans Agnew, J. Mr. and Moline,
.' Hansell and. James Johnson of M'I After being at SantaCiuz Cal.. ., are at Dav
: eating story" and repeatedly refers to but they never saw It-the public must --
mee, and Mr. Robinson of Orlando, motored -, the past six months H. C. Forrest I They right
: a certain dealer in Jacksonville by depend upon second-haad new Thrn To Catch a Glimp of It Just Get Delirium .
have ''Other" alenu'lor aUr out to St. Cloud on Sunday. They turned to St. Cloud on Tuesday,
: name-in fact about every fourth line again arts of we- Florida. If these fellows Trmns, were much impressed with what they ing there is no climate on earth D. S. who

; in his "long and interesting letter" he would get together and show what FlorIda Tbe majority of us are like brutes. saw. I i that of Florida. been in months,

refers to this particular make of machine public would have We believe but In tbe reality of things ; returned
4 can grow-the I
", I- and to the agent who has them on some evidence of what is being done. I Science more hospitable, acknowledges -i C. A. Willis of Bermont Fla.. who, The medal contest at the G. A. Our .new i become a

could say a good deal more along this : the fourtb dimension and with has been on a homestead the past two I hall on Tuesday evening was a Mr. and
sale in the Florida Aurora,
iL metropolis. line, but it is time to close up the f .ore. It tbe constant parade-before our eyes months returned to St. Cloud on Mon- i I success Mrs. Bothwell rendered .,
; ; The Valley Gazette Is at all times Give my regards to my Kissimmee of things and events ordinarily uo.I day. j i song and afterwards spoke. The are land "in ) They. own

,. -' .. i ready to boost a good thing, in fact we friends, and with best wishes, I am, seen. The phenomena of delirium tremens ence then joined in singing followed Mr. W. J. (;. and Miss

( are known as the only original boosters Yours truly, I forms s" case In point The The Roly Polys are conducting aperies ] the repeating .of the Lord's Prayer.The Pennington of
winners of the medals
y in the state but it hurts our aesthetic Tnoa.McDowEi"L.BIG shapes which, tbe layman believes tbe of meetings Woodmen's hell, ver medal.' Misa Blanche Eatonr were: III., their new
feeling and makes us hot under the col- CELEBRATfON pntlent only Imagines are really seen over Mercer's store, and so' far they medal Miss Una Garner. Mrs. just
4 Mr. C. H.
have been successful. Evening C. IJris-
4 Jar for second-rate ad, writer to attempt and are rendered visible through tbe meetings at very 7:30: o'clock. Hvre entertained the audience by playing of working

: with excitation:: of tbe pineal gland which and singing one of her the Delson
to run the shoal over us a The
4 songs. speakers acquitted themselves
- : ..;. -half column pure reading ", alter adver At Key West Will Not Begin Until now Is the rudimentary vision.organ Alcohol of stImulates what Col. Engle returned from New York so well that it was a hard

':f V tisement' a Jugtown auto agent under once was psychic Tuesday. His many friends are glad to for the. judges to decide on .the
boost. It January 20th. this gland. Tbe drunkard In his welcome him back. The meeting closed with the Dootology
the guise of a good
oftercups sees with It tbe hIdeousness and all went away voting it an unqalifled
hurts our vanity and makes us mad Key West, Fla., Sept. 28.-The date of shapes which bid own hideousness success. of

-- : and In the language of Harpoon"Bonner, "or-the Over-Sea Railroad Celebrationto has attracted to him. For they are We are glad to note the progress on Busy
be held in this city has been set a the Kissimmee Valley railroad, man
; i when we get mad we cry, and we hate few days later than originally planned, there, or. rather, they are here about aged by the East Coast line.The rails., The Pennsylvania 0ay. Neighbor .

.\ to cry. ___ and will begin on January 20 and 'end on us.lo the fourth dimension precisely are now laid from Titusville to some Capt. James first trip
.February, 1912.Arrangements. as there are other shapes as graciousas distance this side of the St. Johns fover The former citizens of the great Thursday lie ,

J .! -t DONEGANa are being made for the these are revolting. Only ordl near Narcoossee and the grade handsat of Pennsylvania held their monthly make two io.'w including

HON. A. t visit of President Taft on January 29, nnrlly we do not see them. There are. the present time are eight miles union at the G. A. R. hall on Wednesday .

-- r- and he will be accompanied by many though. those who can and do. and southeast of St. Cloud. They are in the. 27th. One of- the Mr. Miller Cline and
notables including representatives of camp on Rattlesnake hill, and are find- crowds in the history of these enter.tainment. of They are 'I"!
:: Advocates thi"Appointment of a .Wo- foreign nations.At without being drunkards either. ing things interesting. Within one .. All united in a basket picnic with until a

i-i the last session of the City Council Thinkers as' sober as Jevons and week twenty-eight large rattlesnakes and spent the day most can be where

f,1 man as Probation Officer. of Key West an ordinance was passed Babbsge go a bit further. T\ey| will; have been Killed by the camper At" with songs recitations and speaking.In own

; Ktssimmee, Fla., Sept. 27th 1911. at the request of the State Depart- If you let them, tell you that whatever this rate the-Battler population fyi that' the afternoon the fife and drum Mr._ A. on his

,'.. Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Clt ,. ment at Washington, authorizing the occurs In tbe privacy of a room remains vicinity will soon be greUydimini! hed. rendered choice selections. lot.

t"J Dear Sir:-Please allow me apace inc nayor to extend in the name of the city photographed In It A mere Mr. E. E. develop.

6i your valuable columns to make a aug. invitations to representatives of all foreign extension: : of this enables oculists to A. Meese and wife of Louisville. 0., ; hie beach
to in the celebration Business Men's League. Mr. Houck
participate !
powers Saturday
r. gestlon. lay that nothing has ever occurred returned to St. Cloud Monday accom- \
t, The-last legislature passed an act for > and these invitations have'been anywhere which is not also photographed panied by their friend, Mr John Baleza. The Business Men's League/ met t'o the I'ark.Mrs. .
transmitted the President, as A. F.
by :
the treatment and control delinquent provided that In the ether above us Is The have been gone for the past six the usual hour, 7:30: Monday spent '
in the resolution :
1l or dependent children under the are of 'recently passedIn world. months and are glad, to return. ' The work, 0 \the evening opened here. 'i."i.,1<<
4 of the
.,t,' r.: 17 years,-which went into:>> effect SeptA Congress. the great picture gallery the reports of/the/ committees:, Several Saturday ':\.
i, 1st. Under this law any child-who isdestitute. .Thns.' E. Riedy, who will have chargeof In India at Adyar. the chief lieu of The committee on telegraph Kissimmee.

). . :" Or homeless, or abandoned, 'the yacht races is engaged in the tbeosophy. this !gallery,: -is constantly Utz, the iceman, Is making great reported everything favorable so-far. Mrs. I--S. ) to Chi.
formation of a permanent yacht club, with his new building on 'New .
or dependent upon the public for sup- being studied. The results occasionally i Committee on borrowing money
has and the indications are that a 'large York avenue, arid expects it to be completed favorable Mrs. i't the
' port or wtio not proper parental bizarre, are sometimes trivial. It a report.St. .
f : care or guardianship, and any child who number of entries Will be made for the baa been found that Herbert Spencerwas in three or four weeks It will,1 Cloud together with Kissimmee caujftit that
Key West-Havana race. be one pf the finest equipped buildings '
has committed who ; in the
; a crime or associates accepted a space Southern Commercial
i Cicero
The aviation features of the celebration Aristotle: Gladstone. : Ten we have in this section. Mr. II { his
with immoral frequents
persons, or J Congress building at
j; '
will include a flight: from Key Westto nyson. Ovid.-Edgar Balms In Forum. as swift
saloons or gambling houses is ton, D. C., and a committee was appointed
a placed under thf control of the County Havana and retain, and the cooperation Edward M. Peckham, of Company IJ to collect funds. Space in thu Mr. Wilxon a
of the Aero of Cuba and the lot of
Judge acting as Judge of the Juvenile of Opened Hi. Eyes to the Future. First Rhode Island Light Artillery Battery building is allotted to those towns desiring chickens.
authorities Havana has been assured.Col. Mr. A.
; -r"' ; Court. "Dickie, r'm awfully sorry you use B, died here on the 22nd of Sep it, to be used in exhibiting the produce have a
Brown the director-
Thos. J. L. driven
I The law also the of the'place on .
: provides appointment tobacco. I don't like It. and minmasiniply'ioatbea tember. Burial at Mt. Pea ecetnetery. pictures etc.
is in the Mr. Kritz
general of the ce'jbration, now is .
by the Goveinor a Probation It. Will wben He leaves'a' wife and one daughter. building is visited daily by large number
middle West for the tented you stop
arranging DEr1T.
r* officer for the Juvenile Court. The of visitors in Washington and pub.
city, which will be a unique feature, as married?" -
compensation of the Judge and Probation we are licity Is in this way given to the.advantages
14 officer is to ne fixed by the.County well as booking a large number of high "Isn't that asking a lot, dearie?" Cleve Outlaw is making splendid progress of a town or section that could

t : Commissioners. class attractions for the big event. asked. Dick. with his building im the corner of procured In few other ways. We

More than one Probation officer may "I 1 wouldn't care for myself" an- New York and Cypress aVenues, at the I ,
Died at His Post. lake front. The stone work is completed :
...I ..b e Appointed, some with salary and swered tbe girl "but you know It I
--i-: some without.It r' and the building will soon be For .
4. ts the duty of the Probation officer News reached the city this week of makes mamma deathly sick. ready for the inside work. Mrs. W. H. Farmer the (

-.c, to Investigate all cases of dependent or the death cf Mr. S.-C. Butler, which "Well, then" he promised cheerfully ,, \urrant the ,>11nt'e friend.
occurred at Taloosa a small village near "I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll never Successor to candidate ( Court my-
delinquent cRildren, to report dame to S. Dinbrow and wife arrived in St. ..
Tavares Augus1Tth. Mr. Butlerwas W. *nnc<-
on Is with
smoke when your mamma as. MISS M. B. HODGESis { prl-
-- the County Judge and to inform and .
: : stricken with-paralysis while in Cloud Tuesday from Kalispell!, Montana. wb.h to fur llinlr
assist the Court in the supervision She threw her arms around him. nnmiort lu | their aup- .
the pulpit delivering a sermon having I i In the ,
"that's now sellingLadies' "I.d"e
, i the children. ) "Darling she murmured so mj
only a few- words to say before pronouncing and Mrs. M. L. aervlre to the
R. G. Johrtbon sister
The. Court is'empowered to commit good of you! I was afraid you'd Insist ". of tile

_ ) ; any dependent child to a state or county few days the after.benediction Mr. Butler and lived died in a on smoking once In awhile after Tuesday.Morris of Kissimmee, were-in town on andChildren's .f .

ir reformatory citizen or suitable institution or Lisslmmr e for some months last year, we were married!'!-New Yorlt Globe.Tha -- -
to any or to any suitable private HATSFrom --= --
during which time he lost his wife by to4nlor I
institution or association and I if advisable S. T. Simms was in a short
death and his 'moved
witn daughter
L- the child may be placed in a rJUbMic Iron Cross. tin.e, and has gone to Lynn Haven!
from here to Taloosa, where he filled
From Five Dollars
< or private hospital or sanitarium. The Iron Cross, an order of knighthood CentsWhich
the Baptist pulpit, he been a
Any such individual, hospital or sanitarium was established by Frederick down to THE
of that faith for Mr.
-t is preacher forty years. Among Tuesday's arrivals was
; in a family empowered home.Delinquent to- place the child lie leaves two sons and one daughter, William 111. of Prussia In March 1813: Henry Kloos. isLes than Half .

the latter having returned to this city Tbe order was" founded In order to
.4 children be either
committed U>the care of may the Probation In search of employment, as she was honor patriotic bravery In the war .' - .

officer, orf>laci d in a family home, or left destitute and is ignorant of thewheroabouts against France. It was revived by

i committed to a state reforma of her, brothers. Emperor William I. durIng the Franco- -It: "
- ,
tory or suitable city or county institu Prussian war and awarded by him to -,I '
Death of .
.. tion.All Lady. bis son Mr his great victory at Wlsembourg !

1*# r arrested children I Inan under the age of 16 years Mh. Anna Derry, aged seventy years, on Aug. 4. 1870. Later on l' A.

1 court may be tur ned passed into eternity at the home of her the order W4 bestowed most generously ,
to the Prof utluii
over > officer.
: ', The law forbids the imprisonment inc daughter, Mrs. Dolph Berli. in this cityon some 40,000 persona being decorated One
- J. Sunday the 24th, amLher J-emalno
jail! of a child under fourteen years of between 1870 and 1872.
were taken' to her old home at Coving-
: age.! ton Ky.', accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. 0 .
The act especially provides for the Berli and their son and, daughter. Deceased Export, Advleo. Our New Fall Goods

4 "', appointment of women as probation had been in failing health for The prlaon turnkey fpund the two RATES .
,officers well $
as as men. $6.00
The Board of the past several years and althoughher cellmates deeply engrossed. One pored -- .
County Commissioners
il will meet in regular monthly session coming here about a year ago aided over the market reports of a newspaper Arriving Daily A

; .4. A next Monday, and aa the 'question of a her wonderfully her still her extreme age and figured 60 tbe margin witha .
prevented Advices
complete .
recovery. "
1 I, :probation officer for the Juvenile Court penciL His cellmate sat expectant."Bill. .
from state that the
remains -
-3: of Oseeola County will likely be decided were Coyington laid to rest in the cemetery ." said the mathematician at -

.,\ at that meeting it might be well for there on Wednesday. last "you could make $34 a night rl
"" ." citizens generally to discuss "
\ our the -- -- - stealn' hogs In Iowa. -Success Magazine. -
A ..,::matter and confer with the Board as to WhiddenT .
_ "':. !i . : this officer. Mri.: Belle I
:' .thTjrd,4fIn .
'. Its wisdom it deems Mrs. Belle .
Whidden. wife of John '
tf Him GuessIng."The M. KATZ :
_ ', : i prooer may appoint a woman to this Whidden, died at St. Cloud and her remains Kept does : .. *
_ _ !r'' 1 position, and I believe that the con- were carried to Whittier her' courwe of true lover never The ,

4.t..tdldo.- ..- existing In Oseeola County at former home, and interred in Lakeview run smooth.** p
-I i .; this'time are such that one -0'1 our wo cemetery, Rev. B. H. Guy conducting "Well. It'. a good thing. When POr tr "ker, For I

'il men would come nearer fulfilling theporpoee the funeral exercises. < roung' man finds tblnga-rtuuUng too . I I Ida folk.. who Flor-
r r,,' and Intent" of. this law than "a Mrs. Whidden was born and reared tmoothly 'he la apt, to get'bored and --- - irtajo Weekll', \

'4 piale dttzen.: ', In Whittier! and was the daughter of tvander away."-Kansas City Journal.A I I II ,.UD80rip'lon. trial. I
.' / 'lo ' :We all ... the avidences of the good Mr. and lIT.. W. A. Hall. She was I ,

":' :, "work: accomplished! by the ladies of our loved for her- many excellent traits of J - .r '. THE ;; '

,.}\I*' "Village Improvement Society and .1 character, and her death Is sincerely . Poor Rooommendotton.' I > I I MM Florid* PI..

.,; 'would suggest that at the meeting of i p mouined by a large circle of relativesand . "He man well,".so* said. J ;; I '

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1,: Ktesiuimee'Valleu Gazette Mr. &: .-Aultm'an returned home Mr. ,' .2.. S, Miller, who. came'. to'this 1 : .... .p

Ttoe Tuesday from Coronado Beach, leaving pity; a few weeks ago end purchased ..UOMtsffKfR'S''I, '.

\, ,!*, TKI.KPHONK.Ng..1CPUBLISHED ; Mrs. Aultman and MI. Bettie to enjoy; 'property in Kielimm.. Park, baa aequired 'I \
the. bathing,a few day longer.., a half interest in.the Klsiimmee :

I EVERY'FRIDAY 'Miss M. M. Miller, the popular Western ceasfully Electric! Company conducted, which by Mr.has C.been C. Wolfe suc ,Cloud'ThKfaJI. . '; : KlSSIJlIEE .-: BflPTlST} : ; I llURll<< '

--BI -- "** Union operator, has returned frommonth' for: the past year. ; .
'. ...* a vacation trip which aha spent -
.." W.E.'MAMI" 1 3r. with her parents atjiryan, Ohio. Mr..,L. E. ,Livermore write the Gacette '- TWrfcilroad* have' announced roundtrip (fendlnc "....rne.tUr for lb. faith which was one
1, a card from Lebanon," Conn.* excursions from the-. >following. r "yr.U :1' Mr. M. H Porter returned Sunday where he has been spending the .um.. points to I..immee and St. Cloud: ------ "e-
: from Punta Gorda,-where he had been mer. asking that the address of: hit paper Cairo,' Ml Is.. *25; Louisvilla. iCy, $25; 'OFFj ERS 01 "T11K CHURCH i

Weather Report spending a few days with- his son-and. be changed from that city to. Kls- Evansville, I Id., $25; Cincinnati. Ohio, BUNYAN STEPHENS .
L' daughter; who. reside in that city.:. simmee, and adds: "Coming pack" $26: Washington, D. C., $25. ' t'" Clerk., Pastor.'Co .
.. W. DAMN. c;; F. BRYAN Treasurer
..... For, information about the l'9ute'from > s
f'' a ;' Mt.\Jaek' Whldden,..the well knoeat.tle h Cairo,. Ills, write or apply to J. M. DKACONS-C. A. Cjrson, C.'J.'Woodall. N. C. Bryan,

;, Following the daily tem, man. from down the river was Moist Dock:amt 'John' Llghtsey. of Bean, G. P. A.,' Mobile & Ohio R. R.,, ,J.- W".Wilder J. MoO Willson; Jr.) Joe Jeffords. M. ,

4i' nn 'precipitation y ....,. transacting business and shaking hands Bartow : business in St. Louie; M* T-Thi. route via. Mobile; '. : ,J. Hick*,'A. S.. Gilbert, J,..M. HansellAV.. )! H., Jones.. :
peraturetl with his friend In' the city.this yesterday.- .! .
the Government. many the city ,They bad just returned Ala. : I. +
'-.J reported by i week. .from) Tampa, to 'whit \ place I From Louisville, Ky., and Evansville, j "'
J", station Kls.iDlmfOftbe they had driven one of the finest Ind., write or apply to J,.C. Beam, Jr., ORD.ER.OEJ3ERVICEOct.XiniMORNING11:00 j 1.
Mrs. G.rF Parker left fora
> Monday
, ..r week ending Sept. 28 1911. bunches of beef cattle that ever l left; As't G. P. A.,, Southern Railway, St. r
visit of several! weeks with her parentsat

yea HIM.Friday .ain Camden, Ohio. She was accompanied the Kissimmee range.. ,Louis Frro, Mo.Ctnclnnat1'Ohio, apply to W. : .

'-'j' a* far as Jacksonville by Judge Mr. IL E. wabey I I. In receipt of a A. Beckler. G. P. A., Queen and Cres- FTanb Prelude .- .
4 . .. . . 92 68 . Parker. . letter from a gentleman at Paul Smith'', cent Route, Cincinnati, Ohio. Doxology '
/ 91 73 .58 - N.'Y. in which the writer state that ; ,
S.turd.y./ From D. write
... Miss Effle Tuesday for Washington, C.. or I '
C.YlOn1eft Invocation
:' Sunday . . . 88 69 .48 Lake City, where she will become a student there will be quite a delegation from apply to H. F. Cary, G.-P. A., Southern 'I' I. t.. ": ", ... .
\ that section' to Kissimmee this 360-"Peacef Perfect Peace!
come Hymn
. Railway, Washington, D. C. :
91 71 ) She
Monday . . . of Columbia college. waa accompanied '
winter; having learned of this placethrough These ticket are good twenty-five !/.l.Scripture Lesson ,
91 72 ... as far as Jacksonville by her .
. . .. the Gazette.
Tuesday father. Valley days, and are available by the most direct Hymn 163- "The Book Divine"' '.
, . 90 71 .. line. which the Gen- '" '
Wednesday., concerning '
morning Mr. E. S Draperbonght and Announcements "
Yesterday : Prayer
Thursday . 92 71 , Mr. J. S. Stratum: has sold MB home eral Passenger Agents noted will give
to this office a catamount measuring -
and farm at Peghorn to Mr. Henry T.i i inches in length which ; full information, including rates front Offertory 342-"Take My Life"Sermon '
Bass, and that gentleman, it is understood ' thirty-nine 'all points in the North to the Ohio and :
about four
he had killed near Wadley
will move hia' faWi y therein a mile. east of this city. it is underStood Potomac gateways named above. I f. Invitation 839.-""To Thy,Mercy Seat" .:. '
These excursions will be 19
tew weeks.Mr. run Sept ,
there isa bounty of three dollarson ... .. .
Oct. 3 and 17, Nov. 7 and 21 and Dec. 5' '
M. H. Porter of Klssinimee.. le f in the scalp of these animals'. and 19 I J:V.ININQ-7:30!; t
r-l the city on a visit to his sons, Hon. C. The rates for these round trips are
Thomas Comet Duet .
. L. and Mr. Vernon Porter, and daughter Mrs.< Roma was earned to practically the local one-way fares.A '
Mrs. C. Simmonds.-PuntsT Gorda Orlando on the 10 clock train this Song Service : ..
Herald 22nd. morning where she will undergo a surgical 6-"Come Thou "
$ Her friends are Laird's Mistak Almighty King. ..
1MwbjNew operation. many ,
y y KKKNebtAA, Mrs. Moriah Gilbert, Mrs. C, L. Ban- extremely fearful of the.result, but Some yearn ago'a Scotch laird found 551-"The Crowning Day" v. ,

arriving at A. S. Gilbert's. dy and Mjss Maude Gilbert returned they fully realize that her only possible on succeeding to'hls estate that tbe Prayer I ,, ;

fall goods 89tf home Tuesday from Charleston the S. C., chance of recovery now lies in heroic house contained two.portraits. of a distinguished -I Song 109-'The Light of the World"Scripture '. a ,
_ where they had been spending past treatment. who Lesson '
member of the family

i.AU 4Gilbert'er kinds of school shoes at Wt A. S. several weeks. Next Layman's meeting will be held had flourished during. the reign of I Song 283-"More Love to Thee" .. ;

Mr..J. H. Redditt is in the city this at the Baptist church Sunday afternoonat George III., one by Reynolds and the 'Offert.ory 275-"I'vl Found a Friend"Sermon ..
Crushed Rose Perfume the fineston week, and states that he is getting S o'clock. Subject: "At the Cross," Raeburn. lie knew no more I [ .
this market. KfeennmeebrugCo. 81 tf homesick for Kissimmee but business will be conducted by Brother G. F. Par- .
matters preclude his returning here to ker, and discussed by all who desire to p, pictures than Newfoundland dog, Invitation 235-"Welcome Voice" e

. Mr. Carter Thompson of St. Cloud stay for a while yet. porticipate in the meeting. All men and be decided that two portraits- e
spent Wednesday in the city. and boys cordially invited. A. S. NEL- the same Individual need not be kept '
'" Mr. A. S.1' elson is having his launch, SON, Chairman. The Reynoldswas retained, while the -i SERVICES OF THE WEEK
Mrs. F. W. Hill of Narcoossce, spent Old Hunter, overhauled and put in
Rneburn was presented to a public gal- Wednesday, 4 to 6-W. M. U. Social ,.
.' Monday in Kissimmee shopping. thorough shape, and will use it during Mr. J. S. Stratton is building handsome r
the coming winter for using on the' residence for his family at Finney lery. The worthy man was struck Thursday, 7:30-Prayer Meeting

Blue Ribbon ice cream, best in town. lower l lakes and river. Point, on the eastern shore of the lake. with consternation'some time after- ..-.-......................................... ..... .. ......._,.... .................:..- '
81-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. Mr. Stratton recently purchased the or- ward when be found that his gift had : . ,

of St. Cloud was Messrs. F. W. Worth and C.T. Friend ange groves Of Messrs. C. E. Franklinand been valued aj 5.OOO guineas, and probably l/! A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL <
Mr. A. E. Drought of Tampa came up to Kissimiriee by auto R. O. Meek at Finney Point, and the picture would now fetch double .
transacting business the city Tuesday last week and spent a few days here now his a large force of hands clearingthe that sum.-London Troth. '
combining business with pleasure. They hammock. -- -
Sheriff C. F. Prevatt went to Orlandoon returned home Sunday. A Definition. ,
Wednesday to attend to some.official The ladies of the Baptist church will "What's a pyroniauluc. sis?" Y'
business. Mr. Kyle Fiedler, in charges ot the hold their social meeting in the Sunday "One of them that' -
Hunter Land Co. offices at Chicago, school rooms adjoining the church, on crazy nhnutburned
Miss Bertha Bryan has returned from was in the\city, this week, and says that Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 4th from woodwork.-Esrlane-. , .
-,-" a visit to relatives in the' northern. partof a large number Westerners will come 3:301.0 &:3O. All the ladles who 'are - --- -- .i

the state. here this winter seeking homes. interested jn the box which is sent to Owing to an increased'demand of the DO I SMELL SWEET? If,
fish in Kissimmee and surroundings -
A good'well established mercantile Mr. J. C. Fox of Peoria, III., who the attend.Orphanage every year, are urgedto crop. Captain John Saunders of the Cen- 1 Well I should 3y I do, and so '. k

business for sale Apply to box 316, owns considerable real estate in this tral Fish market, visited Tampa Mon- would you/if you bought your
Y. Kls immee, Fla. 87 tf section and who spent last winter here Miss Ella Wallace, a proofreader in dayto make arrangements for a more 1

moat' Kisuimmee Drug Co. and arrived in the city last week and will the government printing office kt Wash vaned and extensive assortment of the PERFUME.
and we will\ get a drink of the best make Kissimmee his permanont 'homein ington, D. 'c., and who is spenliing her product. lie returned with samples, I '
soda water made. 31 tf future. annual leave of absence with relativesat among them being bluefish, red snapper from the '
Orlando, paid a pleasant visit to mullet and a red one with a spottedtail )
Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew returned Mr. C. C. Turlington, who' is charged friends in this Miss all of them as palatable as theywera OSCEOLA PHARMACY :;.;;: BYt
of Mr. R.
with attempted assassination accompanied to the .. ..
Thursday from a three weeks' outing Wallace, who is by her pleasing eye. '.
from last ___
O. Meek released jail
" was
Coronado Beach. mother on thirf, trip, will leave for t
.. Saturday afternoon Messrs. C. D. Car- Washington on Sunday night. Large desk blotter for sale here.

; Kribbs sp.nt Tuesday roll and C. E. Franklin signing his bond i . .

r" J'ld Wednesday in Tampa attending to for 2000. Kissimmee's younger social set were - ., .

rofessional! business! Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lang left last Sun- most delightfully entertained last Friday -
day for Kissimmee, where they will evening by Miss Ethel Lee, daughter te
7' The School Board will meet on Tues- make their future home, Mr. Lang having of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lee, in

day, and pass upon matters affecting the aecepted a position with a large; garage honor of her birthday. Progressive :: .- ,
welfare of our schools.Mrs. Courier- games constituted the principal amusement -
i for the evening and the refresh p
.' J. P. Fox of Tampa, arrived in Inform ant. ments were dainty and delicious. ,4

t 1, the city Wednesday for a visit with Miss Emma Tyson of Narcoosse'e, .
Mrs. H. Clay Stanford. Messrs. Ludlam & MacDohough report - .
I, passed through the city Monday en "
the sale of seven lots in Cape
St. to resume her -
route to Petersburg
!ll. Dr. C. D. Christ of Orlando was in studies in the school of. that city. She Breeze to Mr. E. L. Lesley and one to
the city Monday, having been called' will-stop at'Tampa to spend a few day. Mr; J. C. Hamilton. 'Lots in Cape ..
)!here In a professional! Capacity. with friends. Breeze are being rapidly disposed of, t ;-
Vl } -'"
"" that the lake j :
as our people recognize ,
f St.'John's' Guild will met at the .re.Idence.of .- .
i'!, Mrs. W. J. Sears Tuesday, It Is learned that the A. C L.'wlll. In front will be the principal residence : j'j'I' .
of Kissimmee in I
section short time.
Oct. 3rd, at half past three ." a few days begin filling in around-the .. ...-....... a .
new passenger station and express of- Mrs. Roma Thomas, who 'has been "
,..' Mr. J. W. Squires, cashier of the fice with/gravel obtained from Augusta, quite seriously ill for the past several
4.i, First National. Bank of St. Cloud, was Ga., which is said to be equal to brickor days, is still lingering between life and
, a visitor to our cjty Wednesday. cement) paving.A death this morning with very little

Miss Ruth Butler left Tuesday for large number of our citizens are in change, if any, either way. Her attending .

Stetson university at DeLand, where attendance upon the barbecue at Whittier physicians, however, are wag-
heroic battle the "Grim
ing a against
she will graduate; next summer. today aj .many as a dozen autos '
leaving here this morning filled with Reaper and her hundreds, of friends

' Mr. Mike Crown, acting Division superintendent business men, pleasureseekers, office- are still hop'ng' for the best. The -.: Colony listipciive'
of the A. C. L., was in the seekers and --.
business The American Woman's L gauge will ,
, city Tuesday on official
have the first of series of
a literary
Mr. A. F. Spawli of Magnolia Springs
The Kissimmee Cornet Band left for is in the city for the purpose of interesting meetings next Monday afternoon at the
the establishmentof Chapter House at 3:30: o'clock, and will i
Whittier this morning to furnish music ; our people in
".. at the barbecue being given there. to- a cannery and evaporating. plant have for the subject of. its "meeting, ;
; "Mark Twain and His Humor. There I
day. here, and the indications are that his
efforts will prove successful.Mrs. will be a special program of music and
Mr. If. R. May who has charg , readings, and all members and friendsof .

,',. the logging department. of the Kissim- W. L. Hendricks and little the. League are promised an enjoyable ,'f tk
mee Lumber Co':, was in the city Tuead' daughter Winnie, mother and sister of hour. \

day. Mrs. R. G. Canova. Green Mr." S. S. Griffin'oT Orlando \jjfco recently ..
Cove last Wednesday, after a I.-
returned from of the far
a tour
Sheriff Dan Carlton of St. Lucie here of two weeks with
pleasant '
which he
west, on was accompanied by
count was in the city last week and Capt. and Mrs.'R. G. Canova. Mrs. Griffin Jr IIB l..BB -
was shown the courtesies by Sheriff C. spent Saturday greeting .
F. Prevail.. Mrs. R. J. Cunningham left Mondayto his many friends in this city. Sam says
join her husband at Dayton, Ohio, he found all kinds of climates in Colorado -
- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Pierce arid children !- where he was called several weeks ago from the freezing point to 110 in
..' 'of Orlando spent a few hours herewith on account of the serious illness of his the shade. For a steady thing, how
'. friends yesterday, making the father. Dr. and Mrs. Cunningham will every he prefers the equable climate of p&JlIK '

trip by auto. retUrn to Kissimmee in the early winter. Florida.
,v. _.
.,-. Mr. Joe Woodard of Bartow, who Dr. II. E. McMurray of Kathleen, is auline Browne Hazen, the poet and
played with the Kissimmee ball team in the city this week and is being shown literary editor of the Tampa Tribune,
.k; the past season, is spending the week the courtesies by Dr. C. L. Hyatt, his is visiting Mrs. Minnie Moore-Wilson
", In thi the Florida author, who has been'spend
city. old classmate. Dr. Mcl, urray is well .
ing the summer in New York. They .. :
pleased with our little City, and said i
k The County Commissioners will meetin that. It is the most talked-of place in will return to Florida in October after :
regular "monthly session Monday, Florida. the publication of the new and com
'.'e when much/ important business Will be pletely'revised edition, with an appendix -

.tt ttransseted.Mr. :. Mr. Win. Norris has leaned the Lake and added illustrations, of Mrs.
';'l House and will take charge Monday.' Wilson's "The Seminoles of Florida." ....- r rN
{ : W. A. Stout of Wichita, Kans., The house has been thoroughly over- -New York Sun. Y
I h who owns considerable property on the hauled and renovated and is in splendid Y
, t east shore of the lake, is in the city for shape to accommodate the large patronage W. B. Crawford formerly the able 1 .
,Irte: Blew days' stay it will undoubtedly receive this editor of the Evening News, is counsel _, r
in the Shaker case at Kissimmee. This
I ; Victor Hill of Narcoossee and Don winter. case is second only to the Beattie casein "

! Reep of Kissimmee Park have gone to The Boy Scouts will meet tonight in the publicity it is getting. Lawyers
', Charleston, S. C., to enter the Porter. the study of Hev. Bunyan Stephens, ih this case will probably be as well .

: '. Military Institute and all are requested to1 be on hand known. counsel. in the Beattie case, 1

: Misses Virginia Tiller and flertaTallahassee promptly at the hour named, 7 o'clock, and as our former chiif has always delivered -
'to'"{ as much preliminary work is necessary the goods when he had the ,
I' Bryan
It where they are students in the State, to be done before the band can begin chance, we are watching his work with AI: ,r
interest., and in with other '
College for Women. "hik ing. common his 4' 7t
it.iV. friends through the state are expecting -

f.4i I: ) Monday under the supervision Pensacola Evening News.
Themes gun
prominent Loughman citizens
:t'o ;spent Wednesday JCissimmee Architects Ludlam & MacDonough, and Kissimmee' Land
I I! after business matters. looking t.helle'genttemen state that; when the Say what you junior about "Nat" Valley Company
I Work is completed Osceola county will Bryan, Florida's United States

,t : ...Mr. Cha Carson and Miss Annie have as ub-to-date jail as any county in senator, he is wise to get: among his ,to .
,f* tanon leave' tomorrow for Colorado the state.< constituents. He is learning from the .I. ..

Ip":J ', "Springs University, Colo.of,Colorado.where they will enter the The applause of the audiences at the Piper mistakes Taliaferro.Bill Bailey There Lamar la such and a James thing J. E.-MATTOCKS, Vice-President & Manager '

I : Electric Theater Tuesday and Wednesday as losing elbow touch with the people. ,-

I t'M, Mia Cornelia Momson, formerly of nights showed with what appreciation All the people do not live in the city .
and;keen enjoyment the efforts of board: at hotels or belong to the "w4t'1 : .4 441 Vy
.' i Randall novelty whistling club. Frank: Clark and Bryan were at KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ,

I s .. .,Ingram. singing and dancln *comedian Sanford last week, talking to t.h4tcelery .I !14-: R .
i \' were'regerved.\ His .songs and jokes grower And, later Nat was down to e i"
l.l:-:- Mr*. E. O": Tatman returned to Klay. -' were of ihe latest and his buck dance see the folks at'his old home in Kissim .,

: llDimee yesterday from Benton Harbor, ing was B hit. On his next appearancehere mee, where he was one of thecowboys .". .
''Mlch.' where she spends her summers he Will no doubt be.greeted by an less than two decade. ago...-Arcadia -, ,- 'oa'
I1- I Jkinjc. after her fruit farm.r*r- Immense audience. Nees. 4 .
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)4 T M.. 'RVERSM''. D,.., A :MEDICINE AS 'GOOD ".- "'""" .-.
-WISH to say lo the cont IllPatIn / .< PHYSICIAN and SURGEON : .' \' AS YOUR MONEY
e' ( builder in Kissimmee .' .
httto i
surrounding country that I Omce\ over Osoeola Pharmacy ,_. Oseeola Lumber
succeeded In the -, GOOD ROADS
cd, : getting agency 53 .
Residence Money Promptly Refunded if. Dodion'i '
r for the well.known brand Chero- PHONES' i ,
) kee Cement Platter. It will go . Omce,148 t LiTer-Tone Fail to Take :
"1' farther, make a harder wall and CompaJii i
i better wall, spread: easier and Place of Calomel.
.give better satisfaction than any '" _.'
State Aroused the Benefits ,
Back WINN I Every
other brand made. Every VVL Kiasimmee Drug Co. sells Todson's t
One million dollars ::
a r guaranteed. --- -DEALERS IN
t, back up guarantee. $16.00 ton. PHYSICIAN of Improved'Highways.. Liver-Tone aa a perfect; substitute
J for calomet>,If yon bottle and :
!I." B. DICKE SON, ciitucttr' aid Iulder R.amasca PHONE \3 EISSIMMBB: find that it is not;just aa sure in its action Rough' arid .Dre.s ed : ,
Orrio ProNEWi. FLORIDA !
calomel time
I aa and at the same
: .- ... $140,500,000 TO BE SPENT. gentler and without the bad aftereffects -
y"r _.__- __ __ G. THOMASON '
-- '--- DOORS
Tp. of calomel, please call and get WINDOWS,

c lk lk lc'n It will be
AR + your money back given you

,4. : r. r-M.: TILLER PHYSICIAN and, SURGEON I R.o.nt Good Read Law, Are Making promptly.. Dodson's Liver-Tone, ia a SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LIME -

th. Future- Lo.k Bright For 'Thli vegetable liquid with a pleasant taste,

Real Estate Agency. I Office Phone 74 and 3. Residence 126 Country, 'In th. Way of Good Transportation that livens up the liver mildly but sure NOVELTVNORKS'

j : i -N.w York Spending Mon ly, instead of whipping: it Into action as
.. .. TR.-B. D. WIENENGA the strong chemical t calomel-does. It is
Than Any Othar Stata.
1" Realty bought\ and. sold. B' VETERINARIAN used by both children and grown-ups for GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL
One million dollars a day U the record constipation and inactive liver.
Houses >rented. B'
that will be established throughout That is why the Kissimmee Drug Co. All Parts of City ...,' eat '
!:,,. Taxes-paid and Titles ver- jj. ALL DISEASES J/o J/o Free Delivery to
the United States as the expenditure is willing to guarantee it absolutely,not
j ified for non-residents.
t. Thane 25; '
rl:( Fire Life and Accident."In- .1>alhiD.Y 1'honeI 82. -ORLANDO, FEA. for Improving and maintaining public\ with another bottle, but with your
Ld ..
.,:'. surance. ,- roads. Never before In the history of money back. Isn't a medicine with a

,' '' 4 Indemnity Bonds. .. IJll.N.. L. BRYAN the country has there been'.ucb Inter guarantee like this worth a triaITCoope..Uv. --
,; .::11 est In the Improvement of highways"
I jn...,... '{ aYTfFTtF ialr
i C .o v DENTIST and. with the legislatures of the states Forest Fire Protection. _.- -- --
'( Under the terms of the Weeks law ,
I'i" Squire. Building appropriating millions of dAlfam l for -
New York AvenueST. this purpose the good roads movement paaaed by congress last winter several

I -- The Homo Man CLOUD FLORIDA I I has received Its greatest Impetus since states have* entered Into cooperative.. H. C. STANFORD COMPANYCarries
Bakery .
\, : i, the foundation of the republic. agreements with the United States d .

1 1 J ott.) J.V.. SIMPSON The money that will be expended on partment of agriculture providing for .11 Complete Line of
Takes this opportunity to thank ofa
p, the roads of this country during. the the expenditure by the government r .
the (good people of this city for DENTIST. next six months will be more than Bum not exceeding $10,000 In any ODe NOTIONS
their liberal patronage and would .DRY GOODS, ,
state next toward meeting
Upstairs m Kalz Build lag.iliririiir ever before In the same period of-time. during year
t"_ also 'take this means to Hay that t u a. m. lo 12 m. In 1004 the total expenditure for the the expenses of forest fire protection.
-, OS-
1 e our limited facilities for making f :30: to 5:30: p. m. construction and maintenance of roads Among the states flret to take advantage fN .
goods will prevent (for awhile) our Telephone No. 76 Jun 6, Ivr. of this' new law are Maine New .
In the United States
and bridges
general delivery to all parts of the and SHOES and CLOTHING
W. W. CARSON amounted to about tSO.OOO.OOO, but the Hampshire Vermont New Jersey
t'.. ) city. Quality and l variety will be jR. expenditure tins purpose in 1011 Wisconsin. Each state agrees to ex

r 't. 1 maintained always. Qur nice) .. DENTIST will aggregate about $140,500,000.; Exclusive !: pend In this work an amount equaling as can to* found In inland Florida

'. .,,; HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS Offiee over Cole's Jewelry Store of Sundays and legal holidays.HOW that contributed. by the national government. .nd ""U..lheOOl

, Also HOT 'BREAD .Office Hours: 8-15: 1-5
J I Office phone 158 .,k The state authorities are required to
v t '; will be ready mornings and'afternoona Residence 23: submit a definite plan showing in de- IN AMERICA

A ;, and a nice variety of PIES tail exactly what It Is proposed to do. "

':';. I and CAKEParties and Wedding E. DERBYSHIRE. M. D., ' to be an organized and effective !I

a' specialty.. -. system of administration by I
state officers. The funds of the federal
Special attention given to the !

A. SMITH, treatment of Women and government will be used solely for I i H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
Children. 4I
DARLINGTON AVENUE paying patrolmen wbo are to be selected

rue the state officials, subject to
it Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 f I I Kiss lnmec, Florida
{r 243mospdr. the approval of the department of ag .
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A. VAWUdNKW Wy a CRAWFORD The basic Idea U that efficient fire .
W. C. BASS ,
: be the T -
\TAGS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW protectIon can given only by

Wholesale:and Retail development of a carefully worked
A '
e sy I out well manned and capably officered w.. L.YUN. DUI08
r Dealer in ru Wse 4
Offices: :t-l--C I CitizeiiH flank nullillim Brhetne. which studies the situation I II I enneth Butle
Kissimmee FloridaJ. TIIB: FABMEH OET4 TO TOWN. ON A I beforehand and mAkes provision for i p.
Beef Pork
,j' -, GOOD 110 AD. the most effective disposal and use of 1

1 L.. MOON II. D. OKIOKII the outlay for roads will amount to the available forces, with a view. both I

MuttonPHONE &'GEIGER 1000.000 a day during the present to preventing fires from getting started ;: BARBER SHOR-;
MOON road building:! season. ,and concentrating upon them quickly I

4 t. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW "The prospect for a complete system If they do get started. Real Estate

of public roads throughout the United Indications are that the states generally r ColdDrinks & Cigars
Office State-Baak Building' States Is better now than ever beforein -
.. will take advantage of this governmental
Kissimmee. Florida the history of the country and a I
------ --- -- -- recent( road lawsglv..s proposition. In that event It Kissimmee Fla
uniformity .of good ,
J. W. THOMPSON G F. KRIBBS I promise tba.t this country will Is highly probable that the annual KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
a I eventually take Its place with FranceIn losses from forest fires will be reduced

1 I I .ATTORNEY AT LAW KlSSIMMEE FLA. baring the most sensible system of to a minimum. -

.FUNERAL Di1C1rlTORr ) road supervision and maintenance." "
j f> Examination of Titles a Specialy. says Li; W. Page, director of'the office Objection OverruUd.
4. and'1, \. Notification and payment of taxes- of of public roads She Oh, but mamma objects to kiss Why Don't You Subscribe? $1 a Year

.. ndn-residents given careful In California the state "has -la ued ing. ne-Well. I'm not kissing your

2*?; V\J'.t V .:. LICENSED,.'r,I., EMBALMER> I . .... ." attention..,, . ,' "> $18,000.000( *Iin bonds, with which to mother am I-Boston Transcript.
) \ ...., _. , .
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,9 ,} build systym; of state highways. This i --- -- -- - .
J OppositeCourthouse ROBERt G. JOHNSTON work will begin during the present'

season. In the state of Connecticut

V KissiMMEB FLORIDA nbout $2.2r:,n.OUO will be expended this
w 4 ATTORNEY AT LAWKISS1MEKE year out of the Mate treasury for trunk

it line and:! state aid roods' Of the $5,-

FLORIDA OOO.CHrf) bond Issue recently authorized .
lu Maryland over $1.250.000: will beVoluble
thin. year for trunk line and
Late Counsel' for Judge "f the state old rued Massachusetts will
.Florid. U. K. I'omm. Criminal Court expend from htnte revenues over 1. Protection
( "
I 0<)O. for the construction and maintenance
ESTATE of state roads. -

;Y ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOSAT It Is expected that at I least $3.OOOOOO

LAW will he expended on state aid roads i to your house, born or fence. with .

Practice in all the Courts of the **tatt and of and on trunk line systems In the stateof I '
is the best insurance
the United SlaU-n. aim b"for* the Florida 1UI1- New York In addition to $7.OOOOOO good paint yon
of Titles a road Commission and the I Interstate Commerce:
., j&n. 'ommiMinn. already raised by local taxation. More I II can obtain ; but remember the best Ls
Specialty. .14 I jir .. """- .'.. < ., always the cheapest in the long run.
: ::-"y.
.- -- -.- - .. .: /1.1., .,,,, I A few cents per gallon added to the
i Solicited. .\ '.!"' ):J<'\
,f I W. S. HARWELL -t 'f; -f,#..' first cost means yearn added to the
'I '
1"'I i t' life and looks 01' the work. We, ,sell.
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m 'RfAl ESTATE( fOR[ SALE REAL ESTATE t PQ the best paint) made, and its name is

Notary Public at Large 1 .

ftr j jh winter home sites situated Office in Beaman BuildingKI3S1MMKE. r

in the Lake Region o; Florida..
FLA. Mastic
Trucking and Farming Lands in large 1

or small tracts. r .


t List your property with me for quick desiring facts re ,.(

I to climate soil, \ t
pomological products agri. money Is being devoted to road ,Improvement
H. IY1. Breaker & Co.
cultural products or flora and In New York than In any

KIS hMMEE. fauna of Fla. ask Mm. Summers; other stateIn the Union and the percentage OSCEOLA: HARDWARE co.
,R Box 175 PLA. if you want a farm, city propertyor of Improved roads In that
bas increased from 7.8 cent
--_ - - -_ acreage ask Mrs. Summers of state per S. L. LUPFER, Manager
YJ ( I In 1004 to 00 per cent In 1000.
The ElitRealty Parlor Lake-
In North
Over $2.000.000 is available
v,' 1 LrMcC -LLZS: ': :'ER view Cottage.S. Kissimmee, box Carolina Issue. In the various

K:1ss1r.nrnee's: : I 6f 5, Kisstaotneo; Fla. counties for road Improvement ,

J Well Driller this year, and the legislature has authorized '
'6f :a I the construction of a road '.
,. is prepared to drillARTESIAN ... It( .Hi from the Atlantic ocean to the Tennessee .

line, a distance of 42C miles. r
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WELLS In 1910 thirty.untles In Ohio voted

) S2.COO.OOO\ In bonds to be expended
'j in any section of Florida. JENKINS & WOODHAM this year. Ohio will also expend about LUMBER LATHS MOULDINGS SHINGLES

4ry J. $300.000 from state revenues for road,

f Improvement. In Pennsylvania the
r Ten years 'ot successful Well state aid ''appropriation will probably .
is Guarantee of ..
a ---
my + amount to over $1,000,000, and -a $::10.-
Ability tq, produce the best I
results. Surveying and 000,000 bond Issue la being considered
a Various counties In Tennessee will expend
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: $1,600,000\ from bond Issue \1. .
TWO AND FOUR INCH Drafting Over $1.600.000\ will be expended from (Formerly McNaIr &$on) '

trp9a WELLS A SPECIALTY .. L bond Issues In various counties In Tex Dyal-Upchurch Boildmg, Jacksonville Florida '-
as. In Virginia $2COQ.OOO has been
OFFICE FRATERNITY HALL authorized by Various counties: to be Shipments made to any part or the atate. Our stock is made from the best timber in Florida, is swell: man- <
y if"O. Box 344 expended ithls year while over $2NV .ufactuned; and carefully graded.. and .facilities. for.filling orders for carload lotsJ are exceptionally\ good, j
1 KISSIMMEE. PJA OOO has.beetiappvoprhtted;ia the state - v'J ""

rte yl r tmmea. F10Ttda. .of WlscoMln in-accordance-.'tbe
4 P I ) cgr nt.W atd.eyrteua'F; -{ ..
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W..' :take this'"i.method of inviting Anti Leak ROOFING '

Real.Estate on Hand everybody, and especially Osceola count !! :, Congo ,

ty land buyers,', to come 'to Whittier _- --
Osceola,county, on the 29th day of Sep- Th
1 Genuine, bargains in Real tember 1911, to a basket picnic, conducted A Surety 1 1
Estate always 'on':band. Prospective by the ladies. TJiera: will alsob Roof. That. I r
beef, and' mutton barbecuedin Bond; with
purchaser should look' pork Proof ;; "CONGO"' .
plenty for all who-come,' conducted Vr"CONGO" I and ''w ':-Each Roll '
over our list* before makingan ....
by our able ask '
investment 'as the. opportunity (.. There will bit a sale of Whittier town =. ,,-_. : .lv.TI' ': .. .
.,': ,of a lifetime would Iota on the above-mentioned date; conducted : LEAK"When .
,by'Elmer li. Baas, our Irrepressible
surely be lost. Property of I'
land agent, Those interested in . I' .- .
t, o.r questionabletitle :.... .
r i ( doubtful value '
y Oaceola county land will gain to come .
title) is not pffered here;; what and buy lots; and we especially, earnestly '
. we have is safe and reliable. kindly and. cordially Invite the you buy Roofing you are buying '. I i
Klssimmee Brass Band to and
favor us with some of their delightful protection. You want a roof that will keep ;?

COMBINATION FRUIT AND TRUCKING LAND music, and we will endeavor to show out the rain: and the sun-that will keep ,\
them the time of their lives. We also ypur "ANTI LEAK
a 101. 42) acres of splendid fruit and trucking land, located about 4 .
miles from Kissimmeo and three-fourths mile from railroad station. invite the candidates of Osceola county 1 buildings warm and dry. And you 'wantthis .
Packing house, school, church, eta This Is virgin soil about 12 acres who have or are going to announce to ply 1 ply I .
protection at i the lowest '"'I
excellent land for citrus fruits the balance magnificent tl'\Jcklng'land.\ come and address the voters "and band- 2 ply ? possible coat. We -

on which large returns can be had by intensive farming. This prop- shake. Come a few' times. We will look for'you. 3-ply offer you this in our roofing."CONGO" and 2 ply I 1
candidates I We also ex-
erty is Well located in a section where there are many groves and can 3 ply
be purchased for $22.50 per acre. tend'a cordial invitation to the old St. "ANTI LEAK:" Call and get prices. We .
Cloud veterans to come and be with us All Guaranteed 1
102. 40 acres of land about 21 miles from Boyett and 18 miles from. on that daYL\ and we especially invite also 1 have descriptive i i booklets of f above All GuaranteedROSS
Tampa In Hillsboro county, Florida. This is a splendid tract of land the editors of the three of Os roofings,
for citrus fruits and trucking. Very ridh and fertile soUb undeveloped ceola county to come and papers come early which are full of good information-free. .
and owing to the it different state can ,
owners living part e. In the day, as they can gather Items .
be purchased for $15 per acre. Worth $25 to anyone who..cares for a enough to run all three papers for some :; -= -- -'""-
tract of land of this kind. time. .

103. W-e have 2 tracts of 20 acres each adjolngng. About 2 miles There .will be refreshments of all '

from the city limits of Klssimmee, less than 1 mile from another kinds and various amusements to entertain GRAVESPhone '
railway .station. Rich gray ash soil with splendid chocolate sub-soil, the people, conducted by JohnH.
well adapted to trucking and citrus fruits. Can hake a special price Baisden.
on these lands of $2 .50 per acre. It iff near a splendid hard road and Come one, come all, and don't mistake 60 Mail orders given prompt attention it
this location gives advantages good markets, high-school, the date, Sept. 29, 1911. Phone 60
church, etc. Very cheap at the above mentioned price. ELMER R. BASS,

104. 57) acres about one-half mile from railroad town, school and Joint H. BAISDEN,
church and 4 miles from Klssimmee. Greater part.of tlily! land is excellent Committee. l
citrus fruit land between two in a .
lying orange groves - --- --- -
neighborhood where there are many large proves. Some young orange b
; trees on this place also fine pear tree. A part of this is as fine CHURCH DIRECTORYBAPTIST. NO REASON FOR IT
orange land aa we know Of in the country, some excellent truckingland.
Good 4 roomed house stables, etc. Good neighborhood. This I r.
property can be had for $25 on favorable terms of payment. Owner - '

might exchange for Kansas property as he is a Kansas man and owns Ideal
Kutimmee Citizen Show the
When Fertilizers
considerable property there. A part of this tract is better than lands Bunyan Stephens, pastor. .
in many parts that sell forlOtl, <) per acre for citrus fruit lands. Sunday- Way.

105. Splendid fruit and trucking farm located about 31 miles from 'f
Bible School 9.45 -
Kwsimmee, 2 miles from smaller town, front on beautiful lake of a. m. ,9> v
oyer 6OO feet, 7 acres of grove, over half in bearing. This ill one of Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.15 p. m. There can be no just reasr.n why any Best the finest combination fruit and trucking farms in the country it being/ B. Y. B. U 6:45: p. in.
reader of this will continue to sufferthe
excellent trucking and farm land most of it being splendid hammock Communion' any '
land there already being 3 flowing wells ort it. 6 roomed house, /good Sunday. tortures of an aching back, the an- To gain a place on our regular list a formula must not only pro-
stable corn bins,'hay-mow, sheds etc. This tract of land embraces Monday(after 3rd Sunday). I duce results, but results with a PROFIT. The user of fertilizer
42 acres and can be had for $5000.! Terms if desired. Owned! by a Wpman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3 p. m. noyance rf urinary disorders, the dangers considers the effect on hispocketbook--the REAL result. f

non-resident who also owns 390! acres of land less than 1 mile from Wednesday-(after 1st Sunday). of serious kidney ills when reliefis I IDEAL FERTILIZER produce the right effect) for it work. *
with Nature. The
the city limits of Kissimmee, good .citrus fruit and farming land. preference of each class of vegetation for iU r'
Would make a magnificent high-class little colonization proposition to Worn. Miss. Union Social, 3 to5pm so near at hand and the most positive source of plant food i. carefully studied as well as the proper propor- h ,

retail out in a section of the country where lots. of neighbors wantedto Thursday- proof given that these ills can be cured. I tions With to give perfect balance-no lack no waste t
buildup fine -reven magniiicont homes. Full particular tot Prayer meeting 7:lOO p. m. I proper application of proper food, vegetation outgrows
interested parties.We Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. Read what a Kissimmee citizen, says: diseases and Insets to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous, l.,

t have any sort of a proposition that may be desired, writegiving J. E. Bass, Mabbette street, Kissim-) financial produces returns fruit that pleasing U pleasIng'to the to grower.the eye and palate; and brings -y I' d j

particulars an to kind of investment want and we will se- Fla "I have taken Doan's
you mee, says: Do not, lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly balanced t
cure it for you. Kidney Pills off and on during the past I plant food from improper sources. IDEAL stands for PROFIT.

S. S. Snyder, pastor. during the past five or six years and I i Call on our local agent <
Sunday School 9.45 m-A. S. KIt
a. consider them a remedy of merit 11 WATERS
superintendent had kidney trouble tor several years ( a ,
Church Service 11 a, m.'and 7.30 p.m. or address
Nelson Realty CompanyOVER and I suffered intensely from a lame
Christian Endeavor 6.301'. m. and aching back. Doan's Kidney Pills iD.
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. -Jafl .
CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.30p. have been very beneficial in relievingmy ;

rji. trouble. 1- keep a supply in the
Visitors most cordially invited to all house all the time." ,

For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.
METHODIST.Wm. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole 0 ,. .::;: -

H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor. agents for the United States. '
The 'y
Remember the name-Doan's-aiid "
Sunday School 9::4{> a. m. -Prof, R.

M. Evans, superintendent. take no other. SURPRISE

Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30p. I Call and see my line 4
A want ad. in, the Valley Gazette always

Boys m. League 1.30 p.m. brings. ,resul ts. DRY GOODS I SPRING GINGHAMS ',1 t '

ATLANTC.COAST LINE Junior League 2 p. m. -- .WHITE GOODS

.. Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. .. C. W. Griffin ,STODE .
Gen. service Thurs.7.30 m. EMBROIDERIESMRS
... prayer : p. ,

"Dixie Flyer" Seminole Limited""South these You Holy services are communion cordially ever invited lat Sunday to each. ; of F FAMILY: Groceries E. L. PEARCE LACES, ETC .

--- Beamnn Building
Atlantic Limited" -ANO-- I \

Preaching/ 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m. FRESH MEATS o _

"Montgomery Route"Through Bible School 9,45 a. m. --C. E Yowell I
superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant .

Pullman Can from Chicago, St Louis, Cincinnati!, Indianapolis, Louis- superintendent. Delivery Every Day at Any hourPatronage The ROLL BASS MARKETBearden

Christian Endeavor every Sunday Solicited
ville, Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham to Jacksonville. I
'c evening at 4.30) p. m. '
North KiBBimmee Phone No. B Building: One Block from Depot
Prayer meeting and choir practice every

DINING CAR SERVICE Thursday at 7.30 p. m. .
- Fresh Florida of all kinds. f
For further information write to EPISCOPAL.Kev. Sprigg FlemingCLEANING mill Western > ;

J. G. K1KKLAND, Division I'aBsenxrr. Agent '
Kidd, rector.
Services every second and fourth Sunday .
- at 11:00: a. m. PRESSING Special rtllenlion to Phone Orders and Free

George I N. Saunders services.. Communion 2nd Sunday at morning DYEirG) "d Vehiery lo any part of Vie Cily. Thane 189

Guild meeting every first Tuesday. REPAIRINGLeave .
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Agent for'' rro"and"Eagle"Engines New Hotel for Sale or Lease. will word be called at my for house and returned.and clothe :- WHAT IT MEANS t J i V_

j RENE QogolkN. Fin iitln ,! her-- .
e | New Hotel, located in one of the fastest -- - i Many people do not know whit Bank'Capital to. or the diffrei bee.
r.e..auc ArsA.nemN..A KISSIMM0K FLORIDA growing towns in the state. This : twei-n bank at little or no capital! and one with a large. capital. ri

hotel is only 75 feet distant. from the Satisfaction Guarantee A HANK CAPITAL AND SURPLt'8 ei .
-- --- depot, located in new brick block, con- i III the fund that protect the....|>o.ltora from loin. therefore the larger It U tbe ,
t tains 2l> rooms above, with refreshmentand : greater protection the depositors have Thin bank ban a _

dining room on the ground floor. C. .. ESTET rrtt. N. E. rFIIFFEU,MIMIMS Capital of ? |/in.ono (on]
ROLLINS COLLEG Winter . : Hiirplnn fund o/ . Stole! DO I I IC
J<'urniturland fixtures are all new and .S EITET....1 Tnu, Stockholder! lUbllltj- 6000000)
up-to-date. 'Can be leased for a periodof : J
COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUT FIJL! CAMPUS IN F1GKIDA five years, with nviviltge of five KISSIMMEECON.STRUCTION A total of .. II 1&000'00 ;

College Academy MUHIC, hiprelisloti, Kino\ Arts, Do- years additional. Splendid opportunityor : Tblii' mean*that wo m.lH'bee' 1 ( our dopoaltori oonld loss a
i cent 1 hl< protection In for }OU I
a first class hotel man to secure a
mestic and Industrial Arts, Bu. [ roes, Normal Course -
buHim-its that will pay from the day of COMPANY
Twelve' Imllcll OKI, four dormalorloK' xernri rot'rim..I.m beat. clw'trie ,ht. opening A large number of travelingmen KISSIMMEE .
fire protection, fine K-jmiiattlurn. uo malaria, <|iinj <'r tin oleo ilollar. rmlowmpnt.inttof visit this place day in the MANUFACTURER op ALL KINDS up : -0-
Four teachers nfimimr' d'nnl Ito 'InhM. every I
S'tNu) \ irtt ef chomp claiiB
HiiDirh now r.rome for Bush. e.O'MI1. b." lino), lull 1 Mug rtt| IpniDiit. Btirrouyha adding year, find the town is filled with tourists Cement; Granite and Marble -= I.-Lp t.m laepR l lA .,t. f LCe.Ir7le.' : ,
m.chinety.writer.t.otrt.tnu"tor uertye duriiiK: the winter months. Full, : C. CARSON JOHN M. IBBVICBProxtUnnt F
f4echemlral and phzRleal l Uhoralorli-n. e'. l|peed| wit' li t'xiry niodorn device; an.alysii to interested Callon President N. II. CARBON :
of niiilH, fiirtlllzrrii. 1",1.| water pr<'paral for iiKiiMM'rlnir courHettHli particulars persons. MONUMENTAL WORKMake i CaihUr :
i. liva bunting wiminlnx, golf. ;unnin. J llyearn' "> ,ltikit. ball; four ronaocutirep us early if you are Inter"1ted.ln a =.............................................................\....; ,
hamplonn of Htalpln lmnrb.ll h (ptoposition( of this kind and we will
nrlnllHil but 1riionilnalloiml '''teratr hulsr'hlt..vallahle.
For I'alitlogntt. .,'tlro.. WM. BLACKWJ expense' D'.:M LI U. Prcilldevt. show you the. pioperty. Plans and Specificationsand
II. M, KRPAKFR & Co,. Contract for all
34 tf KisBimmee, Fla. kinds of Long Distance

.L I CONCRETE, BRICK Advertising Phone 296

I The Kissimmee Library.The and WOOD BUILDINGS .

EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN IH1EVES Office and Worka is the
t : saying right thingat
KismmmuM.Library, offers to its
SUCCESS THE SAME WAY'i -] subscribers a list of over four hundred Sproull Ave. and Midland Ry.

; books by the bent authors, any or all of KISSIMMEE FLORIDAi' the right timein
BY SAVlNI MONEY which you have the privilege of reading
for only J2, which secures a single the
Do you want to be successful? S 1 laving now. Put your money in membership, or $5 for a family mem- way '
bership. Capt. Trench, the librarian, t MM I 1.1. I I

" CITIZENS OFKISSIHMEEWe will issue you a mt-mherBhip card for We make specialty planning/ preparing I.
.BAJfK ; the above.. Library in State 'MI literature and conducting campaign for ,
Bank building.\ StfT. Land Companies, Boards .f Trade, Municipalities -
and Individuals. "
have more Savings AccouH'8 than any other Btnk in t .' Hd
Osceola County. A want ad in lb. Valley Gazette; always -I .PEI All TIll TEAS s |

A Savings Bank loaned FREi l If you haven't procuTIc.d l brings resin and all it costs is GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISERS ; *l lc
I t one, do so at once. five cent a line.., ,J* 2.50_ to S,60 per day. I
t, . ,f Special by week or month. .
ATBVa E. Door_ JPi.aldant Caahtor Old w. TBURMI, .. ..o. romi TAMPA
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I, r f<" advertising For several quietly weeks:.and we have without.been Cape Breeze on the Shore of Lake TbhopekaligaThere zT.. : : : :. .. .. 60x185 OXl50..I..I SIZE :.. ..,..... t s $400 400. f ,

: . running any bluffs;. that we are . 3 . ..... 60x18660x185 . ...,...

I improving the lake front of our' l '- A. . .. .. . ..... ., ,,400J
'y '" . .: 60x18560x186 ... . .;. 400
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city.-. J s 8 . . . ". . . .. '400
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t .We. we not flying; around coaxing .._' ... .I, ' :J. b ... .\ .J :. 9 . . .. 96x185 .. .. 600J
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10 $
to lot .because .. 0 g ..
,: anyone.. buy a : .....:.?.-:... :... .. : ': isiA+zii fi.t.' ,. _... 100x110 .. .. .. 660
\we know"that when our ImprovernenU O .. 'NJJ.fu'T T . 660-
.. ... 12 . . . . 100x110 . .. '
i 1 finished the demand .y/ 760 .d
are c-I'ICH '. 14 . . . 100x110. ;" .
will be"eater: than the supply. ; 16 . . .. 100x110 . . ". 750 "
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il ;--- O"I/ ". 17. . 100x110 . 760

i are a lot' of men I in KislmmeeT -, \II ... 'IIJ:::: D J'D' 18 : . : : : : 100x110 : : :. . 750

we are-who wear that our plan w I _AFI 21 SOL'D Y ,

d' are impr tlcable. "- 09' =-' "",, e 22 . . . . 7Bgowwvv . . . .. 600
... . . . . 600
; __ ___ t 23. . . . 76x150
1 24 .,. . . 75x150 . . . 600
: Meanwhile we are going I along ','' "' 25. . . 76x160 . . . 600 "+

doing our work and accomplish-. 0 ? f:;::: ..& 26 27 . . . ...SOLD 75x150 . . . 600
.t. ing the one thing that can make \! ON'.c P.r i. L.dl.m 7r. iif Ca/lis/ [ t 28 ... ? 75x15075x150: : . . 600

q; our town,something more than a @ sroN MacDs.p.u9h. "h 6''Y#.,.e, OHWal .. 29 . . 650 ,
) settlement.During l\'oom"11 C .i"f. 30 : : : : : . 75xl6J75x150( . : . 600 f
,, ,t pine-wood f\ i + It 31 . . . . . . 600 \
'__ ...l i lr! ("', Iflr ..,;' I Wan E"I 0 32 . . 75x160 . . 600 \
t :M tr . .
600 .
33 . . . 75x150 .
/, .'' 4f' the present week Mr. 34. . . 75x150 . . . 600 \

; I I 1 E. L. Lesley showed his appreciation I.4J 35 . . . . 75x150 . . ,. .
''''r t. of our effort and his conl\S\ : 4 pD ::36. . 75x150. . . . 700

z dence in Cape Breeze by purchasing ., q;, Q 2 jl 37 .. . . 75x160 . . . 700 '

;!: 38 . . . . 75x150 . . . 700 '
a ;, ', lots 10, 60, 51, 64, 65, 65* 70. .. 39 . . . 75x160 . 700
i -- o .. I f u 4l' . . 75x160 . . . GOO

t "' <," In the same time Mr. A. G. I. 4 17 42. . 75x150 . . 660
s 43 SOLD
Hamilton has bought lot No. 21- ,
44 S
,;, ,ii I making lots already sold. I p .fir 45 . . (0xL1011; 650 .. '."

), '1 ._ Aslr f f3 zf 46 . . . . 60x160) H 660 ,%.' ', '
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Our barge, is built and ready to I Jo 48 SOLD J:.

\ receive the dredge which is expected NAIpD. LANE 49 SOLD t ",
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any day. 51 ,
i' ,_ _ .sll ..sJ.# 52 :17t 600 .
a 53; : : . . . 600
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.' This dredge' will deposit 180 J 'off 33 r 54 6002' "

} 'I cubic yards of earth per hour, Z e z J h5. . . 75x 165 . 600 (ijti ;
/ m f.6 92x165126x166 . . . 800 t.,:,
+ and.will fill Cape Breeze to the.desired NS I.J L2 a GD sr '
; ':, I I, _LAN 57 . . 800
level in two months
5s. . 75x165 650 .
and central' ofHISSjMMEfl Y1 ? rt ,:s
i Jess. pewf a ., o JL G9 . 76x16576x165 650 r 1
FLORIDA NEE6 rANE 4 ; : . 650 .
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If ,1 1 75x16575x165 . . 650 ',

I" n.wina' I location or oclPel'butldifl$ 74. fi2 .. 650!
We do not'wish to impress you '. t. .. . {'"
a, ". ... _._ IS I . . 75x165SOLI 650
with any suggestion of great 1.ot .for "in I If ho. -----. 73 )7 N 1 14; ) I
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wisdom within ourselves I butt '
1 LUDLAM V .OONOUGH, OWN[RS,' /r; { i \ I ; . . 100x175100x175 . 900 .-1./f
does seem to .us that anyone \ o 'vr 67 '. . : . 900 +
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of these lots would \
wanting one 7s 6* SOLD
--r_ A beautiful"lale-4'ront; I Howe-Sire.!! I) ;
j take Advantage_ of the present Pk t 4, 6'J| SOLD "
Moth i 6P g 70) SOLD '.oJ
k and get them at lowest price Impr-ovemen-te. "
r I If ,; 71 SOLD .1.

S ''" 72 . 140x180KOxlWU . 1100 .

::' J ..1. << '. . . WOI .
.J 74 HOxlHO 100
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M ...DONOUGITOWNKKS: tony 79 95x180SO . . 1100i
+ j'' .Or .1.. .VUlerwoy' \ 0-5-: . 95xI75" 10(1)

A 81 . 95x155 1000
Gt/t.K ore MexIco
(4 82 . 9(1x132 lUW

.,..::. _n 8 MTATR_I1ANK. IICIt.l11N,1,9: _ /GR 83. 100x110 ? 650

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FOR SALE-GoOd large lot choice location FOR SALE-A good cow. R. O., Meek. MISCELLANEOUSWADE FOKUEST
cashor - - -- -
; splendid neighborhood; .
Classified Advertisements terms. Apply P. O, Box 376, Kis- FOR SALE.-Windmill and tank, good the tuner Orlando:
;t : I simmee Fla. 25-tf as new. M r7. C. V. Bearden. 37 tf DWELLINGS lea for rent, apply to M. T1I-

or I -- -- ------ ---- '--- AlTED-The sweetest thing out for .

/ FOR SALE-City lot'70x93, two blocks ALL tbe'late,t styles in photographsat your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy-

U .. Advertisements are Inserted under this'head at the rate of 5 Cents I. from poatoffioe. Address, Box 126, Wilder Studio. Call, and see our fresh from factory, Kissimmee Drug ROOMS suite TO suitable RENT-Either for single oren
", --Kissimmee Fla., SGtf work. 40 tf Company. 33-tf light housekeeping
f ", .:} <} > per line each. I insertion. .. .I Ii /- I Apply to Mrs. A. A. Sim -
: / FOR -fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass son. .... 3-t
WRITE MB for anything you want in I FOR SALE- Six-rootn: house lake ,
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: fr\>nt. Inquire southeast end ParkS Market No. 189. _._ ____19-tf ---'--- -- -
i II. C. STANFORD.CO. agents for I the realty line in Florida telling me FOR
are RENT.-Nicely
FOR ,SALE furnished
Joe Elswick. 40-4tpd GET H. N. BRATTON to room,
the celebrated Hannan shoes for i terms you'wish to buy it on, and your with or without-board. with
- ---- y------ --- private
about the amount would like to artesian wells. 43-tf
men. 19-tf you family, on Church street. s1
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FOR 'ALE-Thoroughbr..d Buff Or- I invest, and I will find you the very FOR SALE OR TRADE-Cable piano FOR dressed poultry phone -the Rull Kulp.

t 9 R'' pinvton eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert. :3!>-tf FOR resident best thing obtainable for the money. I in good condition. Will sell outrightor Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf I 38 Xf
bargains in
milk in .
Downing Realty Co. :36-tf. I accept good cow part pay-
FOR SALE-Wood, $1.7:> per strand truck lands and orange groves call on _---- _-___ __ I ,ment. Address R. F. Bosse, City. MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the FOR RENT Two fnrnmtu-! room.
'Bass. tf H. M. Breaker KisHimnme. Fla. 4-tf Rull Bans Market city renter. AddreBi Box
Howell Phone 136. 3f>- TRUCK and citrus fruit land. 11.22 40-4tpd phone 189. 19-tf! 126 Kissimmci -
hI ) A PAIR of good, gentle work lioVses TWO very desirable resident lots in acres partly in city limits. About 4 PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline WOOD, 'per strand, $1.25; five strands ::36tf I ,
acres splendid truck land drained balance -
:.'1. for sale cheap. Ross Graves. M-tf Carson addition, eacn 50x164 feet. ;, 'excellent land, good fires. Get one for your launch, autoor 575. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf FOR RENT-Some nice rooms for light ?:
; --. -' -' --- -- I l There are 16 bearing orange trees on'' orange garage and be safe. Sold by GeoN. hou eke<- ping. All modern conven,4,
neighborhood, 5-room house deep I
Y KING Quality shoes for men at Cash these lots under good new fence I well splendid soft water. The, location Saunders agent. Kissimmee. 37 BEAUTIFUL Florida; view postals the icncps. S. W. Downing. ;liS-tf.
Store. 1 1-tf :;| located close to the lake. $:!!'>0 cash i makes this 2 for ftc kind; 20 "II different, 25c; 50 1 i i
n takes the two. See II. M. Breaker I I investment as well property as home an with high FOR SALE.-Several excellent lots all different, 6Oc postpaid. Stumps, TO KXCHANGK-1( ( acres farm land j, i

' ''' CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low & Co. 31-tf. -I i school and church privileges. Good well located, with splendid lake view, coin, or money oriry. R. B. Addison -:[, in Colorado for Kisftimmec property> m,
\,- prices. See or write H. Fleming for -- markets etc; well worth $1500 but in good neighborhood; also nice new Loughman, Flat 40) It )lid! I, Write for particularB. J. M. Walker

particulars. 40 tf FIVE" : city lots on which is located a1 I $1350 will purchase it i if taken at once; concrete cottage bungalow cheap; we Box 201. Gushing, Okie. 39.2t
U* ,. nice "new fiVe-room cottage fine view I cash, balance 6 and 12 months, 8 percent also have 6-room residence, close in; ANYONE anywhere *m start a mail
Ir a FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs of the lake, cool breezes. This property interest. cheap; favorable terms; modern. Nelson order business at ho n%'. No canvass- ,,, FOR RENT--2 or 4 unfurnished 'rooms
t male and female. Apply to H. v\. i'i is located close to'the proposed 38tf Nelson Realty Co. Realty Co. 38 tf ing. Be your own bos). Send for free :! for light housekeeding. S. J. Souders, }

Boice, Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf :|[ electric line:, on high level lots. A -- booklet. Tells how. HeAcock, A 2144 '' cor. Mabbette St. and Beaumont Ave. e,

= bargain at $:)1600. Let us show you FOR SALE-Good house and five acres FOR SALE,-Five passenger touring\ Lockport N. Y. ,\ __ ___ ; ,. 40tf fy
v + .;I'' FOR SALE Forty lots in one body.: I this property. 11. M. Breaker & Co.31tf of land alongside of Midland railway car, or will exchange for land. G. F.' WE-Are offering some vy--desirable''

Price so that money can be doubled 3 miles from Kissimmee. Good stable. Parker. 36-tf. resident lots, located tlVe,i blocks' FOR !RENT-We have a few places for
t F within two A. Valley Gazette. Price$250cash. P. G. SStf I rent in the
_ ; years. / Cromartie FOR SALE-Ten-acre from the Court House, o nice high I country all of which are
31tf FOR SALE'-TW'elve acre" orange and orange grape
ti s I elevation for $200 for insiiV and near school; can rent for rent
$250. crop on
r about three miles I fruit grove, good on it, house of
-------- grapefruit crop
grove FOR SALE. Horse part of them
set reasonable
new in
for lots
wagon Alley
renton '
corner r\ar all ( money F'
7 one-half
IF want deal call W. railroad. Will mile from
rZ you a square on | from Kissimmee, on of harness. Price $175. Herbert rooms railroad. balance. One
these lots. Cash short nicely furnished cottage +
's if. Farmer who has 3 houses Cheap for to R. or t ne. LetH.
I' ; on sell at a bargain. Address W. H. cash Apply M.
Spier. 37 tf beautiful view
Mabbette street that can: be bought I| Arnold, Kissimmee Fla. 41-tf Moseley, Gotha Fla. 38-4 tpdLOSTSmall us show you these lots MI II | lake cottage, has of the, Ft
; n
3Htf I Breaker & Co. 24-tf rooms, excel' 4
if bought 'i --
cheap soon. - --- --
WE Have. listed of -- --- lent furnjture. Nelson !
some the most desirable --- I Realty Co. 89" I
FOR SALE Nice full bearing orange FOUR-acre orange and' grapefruit property on the market both English Pointer bird-dog, AN intelligent; person ;may; earn $100
i ,
with 250 bearing trees, female liver and
white tick-
grove ''
and ; color corresponding for --
city county which we offer at monthly newspa- : --- ----- .
from to thousand ;
... one twenty
groves five acres muck and ten acres pine the lowest mark on white small head all dark No canvassing. Send O I
.dollars. Tell what want in prices to be obtained. i; pers. >r par.
I me you land in cultivation, thirty and one- comes to name of "Juno." Reward I ticulars. Press
'' There is no padding of prices by us, Syndicate, K 2245 ,
this line and I will find it for .
you. half unimproved land five-room for ft 'I I
acres every piece of property sold at exact information or return to W. W.Saunders. I Lockport N.Y.
Downing Real'y Co. 36-tf. '
i box house good barn and well. The this office.
it I
'I price placed on by the owner.
./ -- - - | improved land all under good _.t nce. Write us your requirements and we '\ OU-'Are 1 thinking of coming Wk Flor;: h }4

.1 FOR SALE-Some nice, round well seasoned This property on"lfhe north sfua; of will do our best to please you, by LOST-Medium size (pointer: bird-dog; ida. Of course you want th.L best c OUR
I cypress fence posts. Delivered East Lake, four miles from Na ,,cOO8- showing just the kind 6f property snow white except ears and face,'I property for the least money.\ We
r, """ :I' anywhere, in town. S. W. Downing. i see, nine miles from Kissimmee. desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf you which are liver color; white stripe can fill your requirements, wh ther

;+ t." 36 tf. ; Price $4,500, $2,600 cash balance one -- - -- -- down forehead; small knot over right it he a city lot five'or ten acre trVact, TIME
a. ,
I - - --- year. ,11. M. Breaker & Co. EUREKA ADDITION-We have sold eyeAnswers to name of "Dude." section of land or a twenty ihif us-
_ I / FOR HONEST and square ,.. ala in all '''I 11 of those excellent lots in the past Will I pay $10 -reward for information I. and acre tract. Write us regard g KNOWLEDGE

''k 'j.. kinds of real estate call on or Write' FOR SALE-163 acres' twelve acres week. Come let us show you. We leading to his recovery. S. W. Down. your wants. Every of prox] y nd
J" .... W. H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf ,balance land with few .sold at paced t" f For Sale k
:, cleared, good pine have a 2 acre and several 5-acre ,jog, Kissimmee, Fla. 35-tf exact price on it by t
,"i': \ clay 'subsbil;. about 200 bearing tracts in Pinedale the popular suburban owner. No padding of rires[> EXPERIENCE f,
{' "HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes orange trees on place. Four room home district.: Those large Iota property listed with us for sale), I in the

_.r "1>+\ .f l 'yt Call and see them. H. C. Stanford ,, cottage, good barn and other out- in Rose Addition ((129x1371 feet) are WANTED | M.. Breaker & Co. ;-2 14., ,

d Company*__ _____ _ __19-tf 1 buildings. Located five miles west ideally located cheap and on easy
trip 1 of Orlando, on good clay road. For terms; Plenty good things to inter- PARTNER of ERNEST'L. GREEN SIGN VVKlTEll' i
1 y@,. -. BEAU.T1FUL lake front lot consistingof price, terms eto., address Box 266, est you if yoq will come let us show WANTED-Owner 15 -Sign, Auto Carriage Painting, i
of north- !
acres good Printing Itf
; .... : :,.;,. a' half block, located in the best Orlando Fla. 19-6mos-pd you. Nelson Realty Co. 38tfI of guarantee all work. Let lOp t figunl Business
ern man as with a capital,
in the city. Will sell partner
with P.
: neighborhood that job.
;. ; --- - - -- ---- - I you on o. Box
:. .' '. to who will it to I HAVE five $300 or $400. A fine proposition. Address ,j 139 Kissimmee Fla.
:J ., only party improve 1 FOR S,((tLE-Six-room house modern, a thousand acre tract of "A 100" Office Kisslmmt-e Val- 16-tf] x xWe
: with surrounding .'propCy excellent
: S.t'IJ correspond timberland for sale w> cheap "
: 3 blocks from P. O. Beautiful view : I
<* Gazette.
I ley w-4tpd located horn
.l' erty Full particulars and price to that it will aston'sh you. Well located NICE-Centrally on beautiful ,
" ; "V interest party. H. M. Breaker I{ of lake, porches and veranda in front on beautiful lake, close to rail- -- -- -- comer lot, only three blocks I have
and side on other side of W'ANTED-Some small orange groves every facility ,
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A Co. 31-tf road. It will Broadway, lighted I
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__ _ house. Immediate possession. Better write for full Informa- once. with electricity, has bath toilet and out the very wt
TREES!: AND SHRUBBERY. For I $1600 for short time only) terms if de tion today. Downing Realty Co. ,I 665. 39-3t kitchen sink; new cement sidewalk; best class of work in the r ,,
sired. Nelson Co. SStf
fruit trees;ornamental trees or shrubbery I Realty 36-tf. WANTED-farms along a navigable house contains seven rooms' includ- shortest possible time.
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.... of any kind write W. R. Speer, 3ALE.binati ;; river on the coast. Write C. E. M ing bath room; lot 120x150 feet, extending Let.. fignrp with
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t. Orlando, Fla.. and .get prices 34-tf six rooms, FOR grove and f day-livlnK full partil'ular3S2 E.Il1th to 16footalley.. We can you 011
i water and sewer connections located trucking land, omprising about 321 st--JacksonTlllc. Fla. offer this beautiful home on very, your printinri-we know + '
'SEE King Quality shoes before buying |I I in two blocks of postoffice. i Blouse is acres; located t \f a mile from Ry. I 39-2t reasonable 'terms. Full particulars! we can satisfy you

,, Cash Store., 1-tfI plastered, wood work: hard oil finish; station, school anil church; four miles WANTED-To place several good--I loans to interested parties H. M. Breaker]
d ? I lot 64x 147 J with 19 full bearing orange from KiBsimmee*, about 4 excellent well secured by real estate: safe and '< &: Co. _, 24-tf .. i ,
+URFJCCHANGE.-Pitotosdburg 'tocorae1if I{! trees in the yard. You can stand on fruit land, bsrfartce splendid trucking at very' encouraging rates of Intel eat. I .

.," ''t, i* pro j I the porches and pluck the fruit. Call laud; unimproved; plenty timber for Here are) opportunities for the man FOR SALE-White Wyandotte (Din Gazette '
"'-.',i t ir Fleridaproperty. IankM.Doyle, i I on us and allow us the privilege of fuel; von/cheap at $22,50 per acre; who ha* some idle money, beat of se- tin strain); $5 a trio; year old pulle Dep'i.ft : : ''
5 '', ...i ;Gra toga bot&.J. isdmrpep. Fla. I 1 I showing you this desirable home. time onpart if desired.' Nelson Realty : SI each. Pinedfle Chicken Farn Ls

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