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: October 6, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00510
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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back and motored; without'these means .certain emergencies that occasionally

'WI111TItRBARBCUI' : they were obliged: to walk' ,' but they County: Subscription. .arise within the experience ot.some in' WILLWORKCONVICTS'

came, 'until about six hundred people dividaal* which for the time being:, deprive ': '

Ji _r_r-_ rr met: on\the ground Whittier.: them of t&eir better judgment,

:. Was= 'l Attended)by' Immense'' Crowds Before'-leaving' for;'home the auto ;.. ,to, the "Valley".Gazette .causing.them" with perfectly good! In*' On the Pufefic' i Reads;Was the! Deds-

took the ladle around to see the marl tention.t; to commit illegal acts''which Jon of the
and at Which a Large Number, bed and th. town site'In general, also ll ->ll.- -il- 11 iSifc.I.-I I II f ,in'tbelr-.ealmer judgment: they ;.wouldnptdo. -, County Commissioners ,\

r, '.. of lots Were Sold.A where the new railroad comes through. For Eight Hundred Copies Weekly',for- Six .Months I ..' .-A on Monday
A case la recorded in one of the southern I
sJrendy.
It ha'passed east of-the town r'
Altogether: It was a very enjoyable Was Renewed by thf Commissioners" at Their states' where a boose was wrecked It, has been -a' long,, timeline*"the i
at
.large crowd gathered: Whittler back tired by a cyclgne. "The man of the house Board of
County
time, and the auto brought a Mondays Commissioner held a,
Com-
the grand
In Meeting on
Paper Highly
last Friday to take part ... but happy'crowd well pleased with the was away, and the balance of the faratly more Important meeting than'It'did OIl
and
love
affair and'to show their oldest appraelation townsIn day and m re'w'lth'! .the' beautiful piimented'for-the Good' Work it/is-Doing escaped unhurt from' the-:,wreckage, Monday last or on* at which pore',.Im:
of the
towards tone Whit town site they had been examining. .w.. 1 except the mother, whose! foot becamepinioned portant action was takeri"./ :i
of -
Osceola county. This town ---- ' .index :! uDder some'' heavy timbers.Suddenly Under the law passed at the
had a change,to grow or aa a newspaper la, or should be, an last session
tier has never the fire. of
wreckage the
evidently : caught legislature
when Elmer' R. to Kissimmee Band. \ : to, the community in which it Is the county judge
ahead until lately, greeting The imprisoned Woman knew there was was made
go 120 of land and-badit see it and handle it, for at their meetIng published, and in tide we believe, everyone judge of the juvenile court.>
Bass took: up Editor Valley Gazette: but one chance for her to escape being: but the fixing: of hi '
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compensation
of readers the credit
of the very on Monday they renewed the coun our gives: us was ;
u.rveyed., and laid out one These lots I desire through your columns to extend ty's subscription the V.ller'Gasetu pf fully representing. prosperity and burned alive in the conft r.tloQ.' Calling left I q the" hand of the County Commissioners '
best town' sites In the state. my congratulations to the Kissimmee to her daughter, the ordered the ,. as well ..'wu..1 F:th :
. at the for eight hundred copies weekly for.the high business standing: of our people as appointing
are 50 by 150 feet, and are selling Band for their splendid work at mad. girl to bring: the ax and cut off h loot, of a probation officer and the' F
Not term of six.months.Three well as the advance our.city has fixing
low price 'of *26 to $35 per lot. Whittier on the 29th pf September, the three hears. which she accordingly did. The.woman of bus or ber salary;' This matter
tot agothe Commlasiqper during past was
only did the Northern people buy, future that Whittler years later died from blood : Tech: preaent.ed.14'
in the poisoning
trusting near : Board
Th'iiht :
began the experiment of sending: out hundred copies are mailed :,by Clerk'Ar ,
well purchasing '
the natives of Florida aa will return the compliment I nically the daughter was guilty ,of tour. E.. Donegan
soon
: aa soon the routine
Union
copies of this paper to parties In the to persons in every state In the ail i
: from one to twelve lots. wit); a band of its own. E. R. BASS.. ,,. Northern and Western States who were and there has not been a week duringthe murder, yet wherecould a jury be business. had been disposed of, and after cthe
had of the lined treats Whittier Oct. 5 1911. - found that would convict her the
And they one seeking Information as to the conditions past two years but what some one question.. thoroughly: discussed

Whittler has ever seen. The committeeof and ---- prevailing: In .Florida and the experiment has come to KIssimme from a distant Instances have been .known where salary of both the judge and.'proba-.

two for the entertainment dinner -, CITRUS RAILWAY proved of such real value in the state and stated theywere here aa aresult men, when captured by savages have ,I tlon officer was placed at ISO per year s
o R. Baas and John H. killed their gives! and children outright for '
Elmer each but
were way of Inducing homeseekers\ to come of reading: the Valley Gaceette the ,naming,of a parson
Balsden. and*.no. one wha-wa.present to prevent their being put to death by for the :position of probate
here and permanently locate, that at A large percentage these people have officer was
Friday w ill ever doubt t.hatth.y_.-- know Makes Proposition. to Gty Council each expiration the subscription has purchased property in or around Kisiimmee intense and lingering torture. From a postponed until the meeting In No..m.ber .

how to get up a good dinner. The table To Build a Dock. been renewed, and on Monday there and in almost: every instance calm unimpassioned viewpoint, We although it waspretty.''generally
fitly feet lone and five feet can all condemn such acts as "murderof understood that '. '
wan It that th'e question of a new was not a dissenting vote moment's they are highly,pleased and prosperingto woman would be i
wide and was laid with everything appears the foot of Ruby avenue is hesitation on the part of the. Board a greater degree than ever before, peculiar atrocity, but who can say given that office." j
anda dock at
to eat and drink. Three hogs with absolute certainty that he would The clerk then attention
good reiT called the ot
a successful conclusion when the motion was mrde by Commissioner to say nothing: of the enjoymentthey
whole beef were spread upon the ''gradually and unless nearing some unforeseen hitch E. L. D. Overstreet to renew thecounty's are deriving: from a life in this himself have done differently, if placedin the Commissioners to the fact that the

table, as well as bread butter, pickles, citizens '4 subscription.There most equable climate. a similar terrible emergency? So, it time for which the eemtyoonyictawere'leased
cake pies, etc., in fact everything that .occurs in the proceedings our is well to be not too hasty in condemn expired with'the
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the pleasure of using free of Is not a person in this county The Commissioners are very fulsome month of Octo
will have
could be desired by the hungry ones. Ing Bro.; Gillette. He did what he ber, and asked a* to whether he
well built dock in the course but who recognizes the sending -out In their praise of the Valley Gazette, should
all coat
At 1230 the announcement was madeto the next a few months.As weekly of eight. hundred copies of the and in voting this renewal stated that I thought to be right at the time. His Insert an advertisement u_______ tn 'that eff K a.' t
the public that dinner was ready of they considered It returned to the county main error seems to have been one of In the official and '
Gazette to be the best and organ calling bid
stated in last Week's issue of Valley cheapest : fop
told twice. was more interest, in the shape of new settlers
be in
and they did not need to judgment that Instead ,of eallingphy.lci.n for another term. "
enter- this paper the.A. C. L. made certain form ,of advertising that has ever than did any money they had ex- ,
emerpen' he
visitors were in the
During dinner the proposals to the Council regarding the been engaged in by a town or county, pended since assuming: office. a : ,, took The question of leasing: convict,has,. ,
tained with music by: the Kissimmee the ease into his own hands. It is, possibly, engaged t
more pf the public' ,
of a dock at the foot of Ruby s
Comet nand filling the air with delightful building more properly speaking, tease of crim- attention daring the '
buts these proposals were of past; few;'year* Ice: ,
notes. avenue that the councilmen could inal carelessness-not of "atrocious than any other matter: ever presented-
such nature Brother Gillette
a "
The I large number of people made it not accept them, and after discussing Egbert murder. and as it Is the unanimous opinion' that, :
time planned Aa to the high'reput.atlOll which the the legislature
the next
necessary to lengthen the both by letter and with will'.naet *, law'
proposition
dinner and that meant that many II Shaker colonists bear among: their prohibiting: this practice
for the agents of the company for several 'Is .and,the for r
of our ablest speakers were so limited weeks, the Council at its session Tuesday Writingthe StoryOf neighbors: the Kisaimmee ..vaU.y'Ga then fact that many who ar*' convicted
could cover onlya zette remarks: "Would that Osceola in the
their time that they county court for
in night laid down its ultimatum to petty offense :(
small of the ground they had county had ten thousand such people are--,wholly unfit physically _
part j to"perform !
L.. and unless it is accepted ,
the A. C. .
the Shakers and Will Tell of the Life and Char- within its border" - ---- '
planned. Some made long addresses, ; the-work required of a turpentine h / "
and that too, in the next day or two, I nd.;
while others spoke only a few words. all negotiations will be declared off. acter of His People and the. Incidents that Led ---- convinced the Commissioners that the :'_.
. superintendent of evidence of the i In which best plan to
Professor Osteen 'The Citrus Southern Railway has As an esteem I pursue was to In future,
nhe Whittier school, brought to the made a proposition to the Council thatif to His Assisting Sadie Marchant to "Pass Out Brother Gillette is held by his neigh' work them'onour.&ou.
people "The School," and. spoke in its they are granted the right to run itslino of the bors, read the following:, which Was, such motion was unanimously passed.

"" behalf. He urged strongly upon all' the I ., down Ilixhv avenue that it will build Body. sent to this office on Tuesday by Brother Several citizen C who were.present ; '
- of seeing to itt - spoke-In-favor-of-th
the necessity GittetterEditor
parents ;ck'f t-of that avenue of action taken Iii'the w
that their sons and daughters were in 'I I a dimensions and of such materialas A representative of the Valley Ga- A most peculiar case, almost without Valley Gazette.. Board. and condemned, In: ;,1moet' .

the schools provided for them. County such the city order and operate it free zette visited the jail on Monday and precedent, which has become the sub- Dear Brothers! send you a copy ofa vehement manner: the practice ot 'send ,

_ and state had done their best aod now to all of the may people of Kissimmee as found Brother Egbert!: Gillette the Shaker ject ,of much discussion and-a sensational letter -)uit received from a former Lug young whit' men', to 'turpentine.

if the parents would do their beat the well as those living on the lower charged with assisting Sadie Mar- topic among the newspapers of Tear neighbor,of_ mine and' a memberof camps for sixty or Misty day for the1 y

youth of Florida would certainly have water route to ship their produce and chant to "pass out.of the body," at her the.entire nation, recently came to lightat the well known firm Padgett &: simple offense of riding 'on a lraUrcM d 4

the education they need.- He Books' seriously I urgent request and appeal, by administering the little Shaker colony at Ashton, Beach of Ashton, Fla. train-without procuring: a ticket or bar1ing !
land their boats, -reserving privilege '
. : --d- strongly, pointing out that I moderate rate of wharfage ,chloroform, engaged writingthe Osceola Co., Fla.' The facts in-the ease EGBERT GILLETTE. the,money.with which to pay fare,. ,n'
of attendance at to charge a of the life of the Sh.kenp\ as nearly. they can be ascertained In this )
too often the question for handled by a competing line: story Hastings, Fla., Oct" I, 1911. opinion the Commissioner hear
school was left, tothe, children and that The freight Citrus Southern. Railway further which he will detail' the incidents that are as follows: One Sister Sadie Mar- Brother Egbert lIIette; Kissimmee, tily concurred, a* after,on*of the speak. :.- -0:

they were too young to understand fully to furnish bond in the sum of Induced' him to be' il party to the humane chant, a highly .respected member of Fla. ... had concluded_,, __--",,.Pat',?--. _v-7-vs.w-_ MVB-.I i.'...-*.. ser '1"'
agreed a 'p
education and that no but unwise act of easing the sufferings the colony, died some Weeks fromthe \ to remark '' "
the benefits. of ten thousand dollars that the work ago: Dear Egbert-If: there Is anything I 'Thoas't my sentiment* '
. m.tt.'bow' difficult,' if the parents would be done, and a certified check of ,that.unfortunate' member. of effects of""chloroform administered can do for you in your trouble let me exactly."' r

themselves would assume this responsibility -. thousand dollar would be filed his colony. by another'member, B% Egbert. Gil know and I will gladly do it. Being The, Commussionri acted wisely In ,
fpr
and send the children, and if thatis with one the city clerk next week to make I Brother Gillette appeared to be in the lette. Upon investigation, itdevelopedthat your near neighbor: and knowing you as this matter, and demonstrated that not "l

not enough, then bring them, that : that bet good. best of health and spirits, and stated the dead woman, who was about I did, I know you would notdo anything only are they business men who work, s

they would not have to wait many This proposition will more than likelybe that his treatment at the hands! of.SherIff thirty-five years of age, was in an ad- wrong: And I know that you took Sa for the welfare of oar county but that,

yean till they would feel fully repaid. by the Council if the A. C. Prevatt and his deputies was every- vanced stage of tuberculosis which at diewhen nobody else would and cared they have heart that ant not calloused ".

Hon. H. C. Stanford of Kissimmee, accepted swift thing.he could desire or expect and waa i times caused her intense suffering. Bro. for her as a- child. We have often against'the mUtakes said misfortune -*"**,
L. does not perform a pretty ,
was called upon and be also made sev in the next few days making himself as contented as possible I Gillette, when arrested, freely admitted spoken of how you all loved her; and I of their fellow-man. We do not nor i.fiJ W

er.l'remarlti complimenting Whittier, stunt .. confident__nu_ n. that he would, be allowed f that he administered the chloroform to know it was only to help her that you have we ever believed a person should ;t{

Kissimmee, St. Cloud and their people, I bad as soon as his attorney made ap- the deceased, at her own request. He did what you/did. Yours, be sent to the penitentiary. a place ,; \

speaking particularly'' of the strength IJ MR. J. MATTOCKS plication to the circuit judge. further stated that she pleaded so persistently G. A. BEACH. of punishment, but that It I I. our.duty'' <,

one town Is to another. He pictured a J We doubt if ever before a man was for something to 'relieve her to make of such person a better man or

'I(: new place with only one town facingthe ; Releases Active Management of the placed in jail and denied bond that the intense suffering that he had not the A PROCLAMATION woman by treating: them humanely and j
difficulties alone; spoke of,the wonderful people of his community were as unan- heart to refuse. teaching them the error of leading: a \-

help this older town woul bo to I. Affairs of Kissimmee Park. imous in their belief of his innocence of Technically, the man Is clearly guiltyof life of crime.

the next one to be founded in the vicin- A business change of considerable evil Intent as as they are in this case. manslaughter, aa his act was apparently By the Governor to Obsetve Next Then again, whipping: .Is resorted to .

ity, and the added strength the two I Importance took place last week in this The County Commissioners met in this deliberate, and the law makes no fire by lessees when convicts become unruly..

would be to the third, and the help city when Mr. J. E. Mattocks released city Monday, and without exception, discrimination in a ease of the deliberate Monday as Day.' or commit some act not pleasing to th.

they' in return would receive ai the pea I the active management of the affairsof expressed themselves aa favoring the taking of human life, except whereit .state of Florida, Executive Office. boss 'a thing which should not be allowed .

'pie came in to settle.the tl lrd,'and. the I Kissimroee Park, and was succeededIn release of the brother on a. nominal can be proven that such act was for The National Association of Fire Insurance and Is practiced in Were time* ''

fourth and the fifth and so on. In this that position b> Mr. H. B. Houck, bond, or even on his own word to appear the purpose of self-defense. But there Agents inaugurated a movement except by semi-civilised countries. The

way Tampa, Kissimmee. and the older who came here a few weeks ago from for trial, aa they recognized that are some extenuating circumstances in to induce the governors of the mere act of whipping a prisoner does r

towns lent their strength to assist the I' Pittaburg, Pa. he would answer when his name was this case which should be taken Into several states to proclaim Monday, October not by any means make ot that

new town' f St. Clout get its footing, ;i Mr. Mattocks still retains the vice- callled or he would be found in the silent consideration. The defendant, with an 9th, 1911, as Fire Prevention Day, prisoner a better worker or a better

and now St.; Cloud was ready to work ;I pre*lclency of the Kissimmee Valley city. And that opinion is expressed aged sister, had for many nights previ- and the president of the Florida Local man, but it certainly does'make' a brute ,

with them in helping Whittier. For Land Co., in which capacity he baa efficiently on.very hand, from the highest to the ously been in attendance at the bedsideof Underwriters Association has formally out pf the man' who applies the whip.,

while Whittier in one of the 'oldest and faithfully served since the lowest, among the learned and the ignorant the deceased woman, and had been requested mesas governor of Florida The question would then' arise, what ,

towns, yet it is practically starting again organization of the company here nearly. , for there Is not a jury in tlori- driven fairly frantic by hr continued to join in said movement an
.as s. new plac, and it will be but. a two years ago, but" short time ago he da that would convict Mm of greater appeal for something to allay her intense appropriate proclamation, urging that remedy to on earth work could Why be, .the applied; simplest and

short time till it too will pe In line as a formed 9ther business connections thatto crime than technical manslaughter. suffering. Knowing the sick woman such action will redound to the general it'* one that never fall to bring, the

t fully established town, ready to join successfully will require his In connection with this now world- to be far gone from the ravages of welfare by tending to reduce the waste most obstinate to terms: Feed bun on

hands with the others to help the new entire manage time, and has rented the room In famous case the following: letter, with the "great white plague," and being ot property by fire. bread and and wajfir untiL. he change hi* '. t ,i

town, and the older towns too. the Okeechobee building adjoining the appended editorial notice, was received unable longer to stand her continued Therefore, in compliance with such undergo mind, that we change guarantee In an his..xceedinKly.\-mind Will Ij

W'. J. Sears of Kissimmee, county offices of the Kissimmee Vajllej (Ljutd1 this week from Ezra Stewart' the'elderof entreaties for relief, Bro. Gillette, with request, 1, Albert W. Gilchrist, governor .ihort time. : +

superintendent of schools, was next Co., where he'will make his headquarters. this Shaker colony: her full knowledge and consent, administered of the state of Florida, do hereby ta'

called to the platform and gave a vey The particulars regarding the Ashton, Fla., Oct. 2, 1911. the chloroform, with the above designate and proclaim Monday, October MOONLIGHT/ON LAKE

fine talk to all men, women .and children -' new enterprise in which Mr. Mattocks Editor Kiaaimmee Valley Gazette. mentioned fatal results. 9th, 1911, as Fire Prevention Day,
present. 'v--r i in this Dear Sir:-Enclosed please find an ed- That this act was both ill advised and and urgently equest the officials of the
has engaged will appear paperin in Florida and other '
cities and towns ..:
Our next state.senator, lion. Arthur a short time. 1::.orial clipped from last week's issue ot illegal there can be no question, but interested persons to take suitable action Grand fxaasioa- Tonight by theladies ..

E. Donegan, then made a few remarks.He I>. The Kissimmee Valley Land Co. has the American Eagle, published atEstero that it was a "murde,of peculiar atrocIty to the end that the objects of this of the,V. .,$.. ",..t
brought to the public "The Near been exceedingly fortunate in securingthe in Lee county. In the interests of justice ." as stated by a Tampa evening paper call may be accomplished, by having a I :
cleaning of premises\ alleys The ladies ,or' the Village ImpV*,' .
general
this fair and friendly article date The up r
Future of Whittier" that it would be : services of a man of Mr. Houck'squalifications altogether *- of recent we deny. case
and back of business establish-\ d
yards
ment has
Societythe; society that 'Ml'1.iir.much ,t
it seems to me, is worthy of being reminds much of Jean Valjean in
if us
the ne place for the court house; I as his wide experience ments and other places where trash and ,'
our county of Osceola divides in three and extraordinary business ability well republished, and I submit this suggestion Hugo's thrilling story, "Lei Misera- rubbish is likely to accumulate. so tomakeKIssimme' thebeautlful 1-i.,
I for consideration. '* who frantic the cries In witness whereof I have hereunto city It is'will give a grand: mpoj
counties Whittier' will surely be the fit him for the position of manager.Mr. your blea, driven by
why it !i to If I were asked to speak I would say of hunger of his sister's children, stole set my hand and caused the great seal light excursion: on thel lab'/'tonight,:'fi ;;:K':
is
next place. There no reason Houck, although a newcomer
of the state of Florida to be affixed at which thev.lt.va chartered; the
should .not, and every reason why it our city, brought recommendations from that being intimately associated with a loaf I of bread from a bakeshop win- Tallahassee the capital, this the second Ltlllf. Cape Clay Johnson Sr.steamer.. who':
should. some of the best men in Pennsylvania Brother Gillette for the past nine years I dow to appease their sufferings, for 'day of October. A./D. 1911. is never so happy" as when. he has command -) "

Selections were given by the band at as to his integrity and business abilityas continuously, I know him to be a conscientious which aet he was sentenced. a convict ALBERT W. GILCHRIST, of a ship loaded to tbee Piwalea' i <,

intervals during the addresses and added well as his social standing in theKeystone truehartedman.: I think i for a lengthy term. Technically, / Governor.In with pleasure seekers, will be at the 4.J '
him "on. of the most self-sacrificing( : the man was guilty of theft. file act helm Which mean a safe,and,certain i'
much to the enjoyment of the after- state, and since settling compliance with the above proclamation return to bore. \ vbM...j
noon. among us baa demonstrated that he. had 1 human beings I have ever known; and was also ill ad eed. He might have of Governor Gilchrist, I hereby The brass band will .be aboard to era.' to..; ,

Kissimmee sent quite a delegation.Hon. . rightfully earned (those recommend his deeds of I Jove and me.eyat this appealed A some charity organizationfor request every citizen to observe this day liven the occasion' with music, and the u ',

H. C. Stanford took a party In"his ations. place for the put fifteen years would, i relief, had he not-be om. frenzied; by cleaning their property, ,whether oc- ladies will dispense delicious, refresh-; : .u
\ That : cupied or nqt of all trash and rubbish menu to all.,_ The,steamer >,,will leave"/f; ,
his '' Valley\ if Written, fill a volume; his. sad for the time being: by the slsrht of thosesuffering
auto E. L. Lesley muL family In for the Kisiimmee
We predict mistake. was one of judgment rather and I.tn have the rightto claim. Kiseimmee the city dock promptly at-T:30 and will .hJ. ,
and ,Dr. Winn and seven others; five Land Co. a continuance of its past phe- than of evil intent I know to be a fact. children, and taken the mat- to be the' "cleanest" a* well as retom'at 11. Tickets, which-are 60 .

,went from St. Cloud, and from all. nominal success under the guidance of I Very sincerely\ years, ,. .,. into his own hands. The point whichwe the "healthiest" city In Florida. cents.. be purchased: at the, wharf. t l ; *; .
'In horse- EZRA J STEWART. wish-' to establish. is that there are ..H. C. STAaroaeMayoC3t J>eorehth.. boat. leave/. ,'I '. '
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_______ . Bennett, Jessie and JanU Gandy and 5 ..1110, ; leflre".'ba naortg-Mi'r f theoapitsl. iranifer.$oc sail

1\\ AN [EXAMINATION Messrs. Elijah Pavls and.jEdUi. Wood. NOTICEOf :: ; :.. c.1eII It''O: ::: or"f' other tble or evidenoel floy other of eor.Y}l- ..

101.... Mary Gandy of Rosalie U .visiting orporatloimr alaU..n 01' -7."i1"
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CAN YOU DRAW A GOOSE ? | Will Be- Held- for United :States Assistant ,: .her daughter, .Mrs..-C.:L,, Douglas, Applicationfor tett : : fomlirn to exorcise-off donieiiUc all the: ,rlxhu ana while sod :Jvd..r", ,

: 0,' at Wauchula. ....lp> 'o<' "
Forest Rangers.., .. .Me sr*....K...G':...F.w.U and M.-A, Hunt S_ S Sand ; plny in aurp>a. ..';'IIn'"iir-'; .eot21 & ." .;;

;. Wellington,D:6.;,Oct. 2._Th 7''Civil have returned" from Tampa to :which Notice t is )h.r ,Ur ,lmn that tlie lu.the.k.u.'h..o ohhigItIOilM l or .qul.ISloo from Mma ot 1"-tAl 10'"
'"< or .
"h tles; .Ioes will tw on"..
; sold apply tlie Clovuroor
; 'w e Service Comrpiasioriwlil hold an' examination place they carried a bunch of beef cat Ida oo the IHih dyof 0'Udx.r. A ?. U. _.4 01., le1lHW>IU U Tr'j'i'ar/' tAl &.'
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t' hold the
for two seasons before we ' for assistant for' assitant forest tie last week.. "'. ...: -'. -MAC.4'iter.UONOUUII 1'atMiil IkporiNiralliig COM i'ANY.! u J; Multi. laaued ordlhpovoil of when *m| 4

started to advertUe them.. .. ranger on October 23 and 24, 1911.; The Wearl d'notthatMreAG.: Ins proposed ..hart..r..d ..,tJul .MiannLi 1 the .dirctjwrarnaydeem- CL,,
': rees :' thon! a oopjr of which baa !' a..4..11. other l Schooland Department'of .Agrleul1u tr Z ppr "" Ho any
r'a health ft' 'lAte
We haycpput-.them to the is Improving. ollloa( ol ttia BBorwary of all ou.... OMII.an" tbllllf.. and to.

hardest rnates:that four ,hundred eligibles will MrS:, E. G. Fewell ist visiting her' ]W( ,A.rr.um.. ( flnn all s.titor J"'WI'U which nayinarv

test are now. Shoes jle' need l during tbe "field reason of mother' ,. Mra..Sjmn'.lons. of Sick Island S O, M M.U ....with. ,.or uxuudlunt: In ml'tilloii or tu tonicnJcnl tliapUKiaciBLDil\ 10 OtMi4' '"

,; ready to put Assistant reat' 'paid S ---- . 1.cinheror. Mcclllocl| wliloh a naUi .
1912. rai.g rs are Miss Ella Gandy of Rosalie and Mil' '
ol tnlichnmot'
ARTICLES OF .. null a oiicixiraiJun .$.
an entrance salary 6f $1,100 per annum.. J. 11. Bar.ies ot Ashburn, Ga., were 1'01II1D CHAKTKH OK I..t"lTy ilo Riod cx'reiNOt Slid to do ....-.
RedGoose 1 The will be held at National 5- MA; iX>!NOU: <, K t..OM ot 1110 buishuivu''A. (.r 11111111" betp anesJ' ;
_ examination married Kissimmee
Iastveej. The andvrtflpiied'I IfcrcOy f ."" ''' / cii her s Oil" I.r III "lOitI bloat ion.
Forest Jieadquarters in Alaska, *. NEMO.' tlllrft' her for ih. imrpoktt of bo fise I"'uoll ih..t all tIe obJool. and \'i
rated under the UWH of Flop dii. O'd. huh" (-'MIllion' ml.loud III this. ,
:' SclzoolSlzoes Arizona" Arkansas, California, Colorado -- - -- Article I Tho isusis of ttus I ."//'I. I. t.x'.. I'". '\\ iti.r.' ..lher.loe ex. '' ..
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..bqii bv LUf'LAM AND MA l. in" Mil ,'8'I.h: 11t Or :
V Florida, Idaho, Kansas Minnesota (",OMPANI.; .. prin<.'fiiai v Ince '''.' rt.It'r'liu. 't' i .. ". l 1,1 I, ellto from h.e ,1'0,.
before the public) the best _ Montana. Nebraska, Nevada, New MexIco KISSIMMEE PARK huh be fit the Din of Mtt I.r i..T ..1//...r i IMIlCI' itt' i HU or any other "''I'
;p aa COunty, Stale of ."Iorlu, but it .I.h.I"| I Ih,itS "-1." ''i,i S MnihBt, Iheobleotj I,,
k school shoe the market. Oklahoma, Oregon,' South Dakota, I offlt:ett anti Hg.*nrlutt m uUittr ... i I ''' in .|...ilHo.1 1 n>. ,.". Iml. .. ( .u.e. on UtioftaurT oro .jntenlu ... .' .h,11 M r. ....Ivd Me indepen-
1r We these shoes in all styles Utah Washington and Wyoming. Noe Items of Interest From Our Busy A rtii-It* The tit;*.. rid nature >J carry S (amination will be held in Michigan.The l-t bu trH utl i b> KHII! ( ''.1 f ruin I.ins ." 1 I'>'"" tIn I"r"'JdoS by us w ,
and. sizes from infants' to big Neighbor Across the Lake. buying leasing or Otherwim .' hiriafur t.u.<.l,,,1. r;;.
4 law requires that, when practi- proving I 1rMlnliitf: 1rri.aliiiK j (.II : ; \ l A11111.U: 1 f...

S girls'. See window display. S cable, forest rangers must be qualified The i tie'v.IpIuii.I iiicmuHuluK, aeiiiiig' ill. i' plul i M.H'k authorized .
S fruit ? ripening and the Parlt-" is iiitf landa. teu"inenlM Bin! roul |ir..| amount.ill i '
rT'rTtimrif Iti. citizens of the state or territory in
I lookingfine.. velitijuH ..n<) nitiloi Ilow..r..f..1I < : 1 divl.K.l i I 1..101'11.,1 I 'I K''%'. U an. :1:1I \

which the national, forest on which they Mr. A. T. Enge. an artist of Jack- own. opurattt I...,.. it ire. u.t* "...'. ol' I Iii i Is.' \Bliicul, One lb"mired
.' d.K k*. wh .r\ttM ..lv\nt ,r.. ini,kn i'lU'h
are appointed is situated. Since the sonville, visited the Park this week and oxmvttlorii: lo buy( u qtlru. ho'<]. I iuu.rt tir "..II"! ,1..101' In pii, ...l "to.k my be i.::
: Our Fall Goods are Now In list of local eligibles must be exhausted i wort gnu v, dot, ', oimrttU. ;,: ; : : :: : l i' ill In. .rln I ....." "i I In I'r"lh..I. >'. l labor l or ",
; : declares that from an artiitic point bf Htruoi. aiKU tmUMfer and trade nl, ii 3)151) \iiMiniioii' l.i l itl lined by ttte ,<
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5 before in other states b I.10,- .1 I'\"r..t i 11 meeting Ji:
eligibles residing view KisBimrnee Park is one of the most o.oIu., uartiN. inorchandlHc hud It II ii Ira or ) .
every o HMM aii t tlt.crij>Uou ; to I! lor "u.h |.'"I"| ..H Hii.l'lli.' JiidKnielit o* ,10
f We up-to-date service can be'appointed, the chance of citizen beautiful places -he has ever seen. lie ct>11 ere iu and l le it'k and to ('"n' ." I lOil rlllui ll.urs oriJInitiinBH to the value I'-%
assure you national atid other drum ... .. iimiiirit. Inlmr urBiMvltiimhnll" In the
yrI of outside states who go to the pirHoiiH or i |
f S expects to make several oil paintings \tulkn and PavIuis.. ,.r frna.l/. IM. wnnluntM' IIP"!! HtOCkhOI it

forest states and take the examinationto of it later which will the Artie H ::1 Tlio amount of lie l all In' .iI't i prove asser- auihurii'cdiUhall\ bo tori)' 1 """,,, ) !.ml/,' t S' L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. secure an appointment small. tiun. Duh.r.) UlvKled" itihi, I tour I I ,..,, \ Hi 'tutu, lime" or I I lJiiI nml lain Noah i.I
I, id ,. i im .11- ..'u. ih 'ix",1'.1 ..t director I ffI ,
The and (duties of for the par value il "n"* lluinlrcd ' ') .11 "iti 'ii
S requirements Mr. W. A. McCool returned Tuesday ..ach An)' iwrl '"r .11 ,p. ; t: est rangers are thus described! in ._': Ihe 1, from Pennsylvania. : .iiij. be I..bl" i.11..her In i.ali) <.r | i .inn. .. l ,'\ ..".I She ..in'iullt .1..11" the ty.X
Labur or HLT%'it't,. ..t.. Jiu.L \ "' I Ibj JIlt' , ,ii ,h) inn ,It
Use Book, which contains theregulations Mr. E. E. Fairbanks ditching the IIM.orp trator* twill I 1.1\ l ,,!

and tractions for the use of the Mrs. Lou Seaman Arll'le'4 Tit.. bunliii, ..I ,the ,,,li..rluiloi., ItBll. '1 lixlIIM .. "" M,|lIlt b>' IUI ;:'f
itS .. was in Kmsimmee HIIII) be < otidiu. '...,1 I.) a Pr'd' , i I '''' i i111' |lii 1)1), ) Ililil,I ,. I illxlu.I per- J{
national forests : Monday. ,U'IK'. and >e' retttrj. mid, 1 I".nurur I i \'L
be of I>in'i'turn < ,,".,.. Lu,u of not .... I ) ti<'l'il" I 1.1 I If (.
"A ranger of any grade must Mr McPhatter brought over several' nor mort Lila. ii tlv' itt<'inbi'rt. I I"i .ii'i.i.. i llu' "inrinriiliMil. ,i'',ill,i< nil ill I h iCon- .".'
: FOR ORANGE GROWERS thoroughly sound and able-bodied, cap- I buyers this week Jilt <..JIOMll"V ......llt VtM-NOM ) hi I'" "...t.? nil" i iin i-i ,", ..I. >i .urn.. J
otiIcrt tU COIIlU tlM' l>HHtlMf> S able of enduring; hardships: and performing I Mr. D. Wilson is preparing tor fall I paiir until' tin. t.ifle.-ru.! t-hall I l... 1 i <..i' lm lUmi' ' i "' 'r 'iluurl' iliCto '
PICKERS and PACKERS ..... labor under conditions I llr"t ui It < ( ion. UI( o'lli' ..,., of MM. KM, ,;: : : i::,'f..I 'h. ,u !:, i'I i'h. .fI. :"r. i 1 libo: ,
severe trying planting. .uii.i,I *>.liMlln 'tjllllllttl'i) \\ A. -", III _1 I.,. kh.,11. r- 1 II III. I 555', from 5-. ,
. He must be able to take care of Mr. J E. Mattocks U 11 I 11,I 11,uin. \ itt. 1 ir,.ti.Iuii., I. i in,", Hiuin, ' |I" IC.",.i .hull, li iW two I
I has resigned 1 anmanairer "u"li tin'r''t''rHI.d 'J ittiuiirt ; '' .'ill', l's ..MI |iii 1 I U list' ,ll h. .. I.'lit and. .\.
himself and I his horses in reiT4ons remote I h It II Lmllftni, Mini, j M I .
of the. Kissimmei Valli-v l.nml -initti \ < .< r I.l n 11,1 I I" II il-MIll. I I'"' I I
iiuii conMitutt In. Hear I ut 'l 1> I ,,,, .... b hit. of.
Mil
I He I (oil 'urn 'lull t | i C't'l-! I"
c LADDEnsW I from ettl(>m'nt and bupplies must Co. He will.be nuctefded! by Mr .1 I>lnit..r*> mid < >uli'u.u.f. Hhnl| b,' I j t f i "''hili'i I ilii. i.iu.uii'r-' ,,t 'ih < o in i'any '

( ,. have the best Orange Picker's Lacfd'r ev..r be able to build trails and cabins ride, I Hauch. MUHlJi' <>n tin. hr.i Mon.lay hi ...... . .. '.. i ..tvul... -hull I,,. Ll 1 tl I tt the '-
S ) \Hr ..i"!"''ii. ,,r 111111" < i.r* c.fn,01 1 ''i ll : mi} flialll ..
.; mud('. Hickory rounds will lust for year 10 and deal with all classesof ' .. .. ....
_;' pack tactfully I M. C. McCullmter is engaged In driving -I A rut' h" I ht t It nil of l I ''''' 01 l lI 7fr
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y :- fit to 3t fei t. S lornlioii' -h.III..O.' Jiiiu. ,tit, '' I \ xN: \i I N |-: l r. -nil'ntI iil
I peopl" lie must know somethingof I a number, of wells at the I'ark A rliei.l <. TII"-J'J\' 'i'1'1"\1.| ." I : -"! S I KI I I I. \ ,I'.. I 1'I ,. -I.I, 1 lii<1 .11.1 I '.I.J-,
: PAPER land surveying;, estimating and scaling Mr. Cline's an ii| | ro|:rind j' ,.,'al and' iui'I: t" : i I ( H"I';' \ \ -ii lIla" mid Trtwu- 1.!'.
I building is going up fust gas ruiiH nt o| HH HfTnim. and th I 1 II I i MI I h ofHid i slur.. *. |p ,i-I"ii. klmll be a ."
The highest( grade paper for Oranges; (; rape- timber, logging land laws mining Mr. A. Cotterman's house will soon in M iiuu.It.<1 or r*.'pi.a It.d MN inn) l l 1' ..

S fruit and TonK'rin..s. All FRESH STOCK( new and the live stock business I ,, 111l"l'Io. I d,,,M..,i is'i Hiil ..ni..rO\ "dl U elLMtcd .l. .
L 'from the factories NO LAST YEAR'S STOCKON be under cover.Mr. I I .A".. I h. 7 Tin Itiulu mnoiiiil. ) .v "n (be .*n'1 5il5liuC, of "" I"b r of/ each '\, 11
"One some forests the must lit -.\., lliibilu\. ttliiuh. the i ori' ; i I< I 11 II 'ih,' \tnrl 1 '1 1Al 1.'
ranger I F. Krrtz clhlilig f
/HANI A large stock on hand immediate, A. is halinImy' this I ill' tiuu ,,,"J"11..1 If. Mm 'II IH. I 1 ,. X:
5 be a specialist in one or more of these .,,,IISIOIII)" 'INIJ) lH>lHrH) hll( I KI
deliveries and week
,1 Jinces right CORRESPOND: A ruth li. > I lUt. iiHiiu,N HIM) ...... ' I I" ., I i orj,,..rat i"n -1ml, H,1,1"l | 1 nil proprl-\ ,
M GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYINGNAILS lines of work. Thorough: familiarity iitiii d hiII"I n'I,',t l bl l lisa rir lii.got' 'rn-
huhHt I nhinir ti' :
i .. , .r iM mlitir-M' tut"on intt nt usutlu llii at'- ..
with the in which he seeks nunilKr of Mlinrt of .1. ft"U"( .
I region ( inDluyment .. .. 1 ( in .in.oral" i..n ..1101 i 1 th 11I".f tlivHtat, "
'l's' 'I k ""I"d-t.' r I by HI h. uri
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% including its geography; and Resolutions of Sympathy. W s ,.iitith. i KikHlinniie. I Hirl, > !,la \\ I iii i I h .,ht 1 1.1'( lucy' I I-,,' 8'O"II'or .
Pearson's Cement Coated i Nailstoo well known | d a>> ma) ,In I'ro- i.ioduiu' NH d 1 b\ IHHHVUI .
K. I II I lui.lIu.tu.I K i s'-tin nit i' t lor I
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4 k to need any comment its forest and industrial conditions, is Whereas our Heavenly Father in his <. M i MHcl'utioiiKh;, :. KlH, .liiini::::,.( I :!:: II 1<> Jt II'I .1
bil.".. ( I ucit.-u.i, I,nt..Old ol, tmtt'hlt..III"-MH '>r Tlabil. -f-' >
4 box nails. 4 i'nny demanded lack of this
penny Orange specialneedle usually although infinite wiadon .
has . .
removed from this Mbit h ii I -ort" . Inn r An nt I HIM tUniu r
pointed large Hat head, for the hoopless may be supplied by experience in similar -I I ..lf Hint/ I I I.* I 1"0 Hundred. HII\ Hftf ,
earth the
t box. 3 penny vegetable crate nails. 5 I father of our esteemed president .- M AlE Or 1 OUIPA I t .... 1 ...' luull..rn.'I

t r You don t have to wait for \hese just wire or regions. Mrs C. A. Carson we, the members Cu.tsT'UK IT KO"1 OK U..< fc.01 1 lhal A ) btfnrv I AtiiCi.lGs.I I J I

.J :: I, 5 phone me and they will be shipped at once. "The examinations of applicants is of the Will llryan Chapter United higned N",iar>' 1'ublit in mid (.or ,,::1: :'. ::;H H all-I. ;ilg.ilu'r 1 ri.tsid: *-IK w es uh of ,ill'Ibt' silEnt nniiilH:: : ,t rlblnv' ol i

_ along the practical. indicated above Daughteraof the Confederacy do t'I"rl'.1, Lirm*.. iHUHonally \' ,l tile Hilt llOl I/ill Hpll.l HtlM,k "llb"C'flb- '
CRATE MATERIAL hereby Hint til. It. II Ludlnii) Hild I. M i 1
and actual demonstration, by perform- the to me %\,.ll\ ku..uv. n Hii" known to I::j i'a< 11 Hrt an full: I w.N '.
I adopt following resolutions. t-idt I i \V V. ,
p : lividiiHlrt. dtrHrlbid In and l lthfirnniiuH lM>n i'l II I, rt nt-t arrcnlon .
'
j Fruit and Vegetable crates the best Prompt arice is Invalids seeking "iii In..I..h I ) rt"f.
: required. I First.: That feel in this bereavement iu tht* trolnu pron| "
we great :: :: : :; I' "I ) i'lltt'gISit.' ft.Ml I'Io"l IK t'. H''1..1" "IOC,
deliveries and .
consistent consid. HJld I '
: .. prices quality light out-of-door employment need not taull Ht talus
.5. 5 ered Ask us for quotations on car 'lots delivered our president has sustained HHIIH 'lor 1lie.' purpo-tti; thtrcln I .'ftrx \ I \HiiB Atfii' *' w ..-..1,1.,1 .n. ,. KIiintue, ,, ,,. \
book education \\lVr1:- ) iiI Ht
not H
apply Experience, I JIM IIHII C <
: to any station. an irreparable loss and that we extendjto . t' hundred .h...'.. .tr.
; OIM i uU < omily' f J >ridii. tills I I lib I :
S is sought, although; ability to make her our sincerest sympathy. tulutr.' A I.). 1 H'II.l I IIftalJ -- ...".. .,
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I W, K < KA\\ }< < >
simple maps and .write int..II1Kent'reports -.| Seiond That we hope she may find V.'.t \< lit,V Pnl his,. ft,it I in: n < .iui\I I
t' Local and Long Distance Phone 207. ordinary forest business is \ AN:i- A(.NFV\ ,. ; \ I V ..: ,M I''IA I ,
Upon comfort
in this dark hour of affliction I II ._
: __ _ Phone or wirejtjmy!" expense/or quotations. I I - I I HN"" N I hut I I., I I---, in. I IIN"l.tiv il'. 111..1.. .
-- essential. and that commend her the itNOffCE .. '" .
[ we to mercyof Pnblb I" Hiid f toO' H) '.I i I "itntj
( S "For duty in some parts of Arizona 'I "Him that doeth all .things well. I .... (.i.iHolmltj HI,1,1,1'( np,.il \ rI,,11\" I l>i>n' .

I' I 'I I I'. A' HIINKtiiM, ttin. '" II .n..o
W. R. FULLER and New Mexico the ranger must know I Third. That a copy of these resolutions 'V'1.1 .\* u lo HH' ill be t h' biilis'i-iiu.i 1' I de<-,'rib-! I

enough Spanish to conduct forest busi- ,,.,,1 ,,10.. MiihKi r i bill '1..1 Ir mn..if-it. to be
be sent to Mrs. Carson the Of for I
to Application .
,'' |IruiI piH*. ,I tlunris'r. and 1 ,U 1 Ii, aiknowl ,
r Office, Salesroom and Yard : ness with Mexicans. I'I cal papers for publication and 10-1 and : ;:.II I I bu. t:xi utiMl I thi. Maim. ("r I II.purpo- ,j
Incorporation. in, t xi,tiresscl.I
HENDRY & KNIGHT'S TERMINALS "Where saddle horses puck horses r//
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or .
they be spread upon ,the minutes of our .. m\ h.I..ud olllt,ml. M.nl I. H I\b.llI1.
-tx s fr FOOT OK FRANKLIN STREETS are necessary in the performance of C iNotu. lV hi r<'bv gi*yen that. the \ l. _' 'Ih) day of .\imust A J*.. I 'I ll I '
iapter. will I .).ply to llu' liove..o. <#f the
to I Id..ol\hlIII" drfy of October A I \ I 1! 10 J E. G. VANS At.SIVNolar ; \ .
their duty are required own j .
: TAMPAS .FLORIDAS I rangers I UNITED DAUGHTERS CONFEDERACY. Litter menl tncorporaiimr iJ.s l'ubllj""fHtO ;,I

and maintain.them. The Forest Service &lNVEtlMKN1; U)MPANV: ." mml"| Hl
S DerlJonal.of lug |iroi.osu.| l churl r and Ariiclttn
S famishes horse : .
no equip ; : ;
J rttiion n opy of liioli, naa \ \ ; .
S ollUntff. of )FNJ:\ Y .
mnt -S EXCESS. !Secretary: staisyf. I.?' .
j. Florida : 1>V NHW YOHK.l
Rangers! execute. the work of the Too much noise deafens too V':. NEi < y ; KSOWN : Tiuatb.-foieme.thS noJcr-
under us; -S l'.A. \ A"S / NntHO rillilii'' in nnd fur said COIIIIIT
natfonat forests supervisors.Their much light blinds us; too great a' .iti hUH rAK1K I ..... IM..rHininll) .pl..n.,1( 1 K ::0..'''''' FrI ,
[ duties include patrol to preventfire i t 1, km.\\'n nil 1 kn..\\ .n. I,51111'i to I i-I' ,list
distance too much of proximity , ,. _
or I lie inl < .1 I 111 "ill o i 1 !il.nbed
THE RAINMAKERS and trespass, estimating, surveying from ableto 1 hs 01 I INCOMOI ,\m > | I ) l Ill lh". (llul'glulilg. 1"1'| i I"I I ut r and.
; equally" prevents us being "rO-M t Ii 51(1 I : iuI : : ) I. ..IM*! Hint h.. t.\. i ut. "t II.l Mini fitl
and marking timber! the supervision I AM rN\r-MMrM I < uuMu i .
\-I' see; too long And too short a | ''' ''''S 11 t I. ri in i \t$1",1 I
of cuttings and similar work. ' 'nit-I uiidi iMtkmd" In nt/,, iv.'. iu, mil' \ ml' 'I Mil 'ill! sI'a nt tit
discourse obscures our knowledge Ill M- t"n-t ioN !u..r 'iti i."i 11 1"'-"' t i i I i ; ,. i l N's' \ ,,rl I:c'Iy,:, this: :th ,l iuli; .it -iu.
-- The American 2 Stage Centrifugal rump lisue minor permits, build cabins and .f f a subject ; too much of truth stuns 1m\ ori.oratid ni d'"r It,uiHss., .1 f t I II I i, \ l I. I j"1'A' I
investigate Al:'IH I it. I I' [ I! (hi- -II KK\M )KillNolMix
trails business I
S oversee grazing us.-Pascal. S I Th"I1..r lint, 1 orpo' Mtion \ 1 I : I I 1'.10110') klutZ) t '!" \i \\' ii, k.
and claims, report on applicationsand I KIM| it' & IN\' -I I\1KN' |' < 1 I 'rill.i nil /lilf \ : ::
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(I 1 nit huh 1 iiIIu L ntu'i, I |,IHI I, ui I I \I -.''','' i xi.in.- MKP. ..ii in.,
-- The Foos Gasoline Engine r.port upon and arrestfor violationof In Iii," i'll) of kitlulIIIM', i, < IM nt ,
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S forest Hit/ Mali, of Mori"In. nndlt--. I"\\\n\nt ,.
laws and regulations t "n.IIM ti .I"I.h, n 'in ,llu' "lull',' ] I of Administrator.

The examination will consist of ques- NATURE'SWARNING.Kiisimmee I :: ,:I ,"uitt'r.tu.I.: : ', ru.,:lilt' ', : ::: I !: , ,, ,
BRING RESULTS u.ffi.. ; H ) raui'li's.) 14g.-lu. l s ol -jtill "I I t "i"nl ) In, t lire. Slat .1 .1"IIo.ID .
tions regarding the use of the forest, I In IMti'*HHt) ur t HIt t 0"\1. "'.- ilSUlU''. 'u\ right I)..'.< HHil. Once.
A iTitlt .....I' ,
supplemented by a field test to show theappll..ant's 1 II.<. "**II"r.1 imiurti of th. .". : m lit r.'hi' tfiM.n, tu all u hum II may

fitness to do the actual work I Mutt and IM ,.tH UI lit t THI1HH4 t I' (1 t i.) bill, 1 < <' | thin on 'III.. tilt .I.. t' 'if JniiiHri. A. I). '
People Recognize<< . ...
*. I iI.- I ".. .111 tn\ IllIltilfil lnii iuiltNHHAd- 1
.S TilE KO.S GASOLINE i-NGINI-; ; of a ranger. Education and .experience Heed It. 'i to Inn It.HM, ur <'lli.r" iM. M,.'(,,,1 ''',ir of tin' CHlnti, of HlillH .
dnii. . iniKHti, i thiS, HK atlut" "I ii h' 1 | .I ti> I h. Holiur.il.] i.in I I'5 I Parker
will be rated on the answers to the KHK4. HI,II 1111'1 I.XI llHIIKt. Ittlldtt. It.. t MItlil 1 COli". at, JII"" Ill' ir1lhflte.! anil ,
-- :: these subjects in the appli- Kidney ills come qui..UV-mY8tt riv.il ]>ri'riv ulh..y IIHTHI.itr. .| .. l Ih..I Ir n|.|.ru'ol l li j
Let ut give you the names questions on ously S ill r Miid" till) priviu.K*.H. i lit/ "t'UNI' a i | Jul\S t. A. 1). 1'HI I. -
.. cation form and on the applicant's use ,IH>w ..r WIIHI..H'r 01 ('lilting. IM> A. i.': 1'1'01",111'I .
Hut nature always warns 11'1110. 11".1'0110. .fi inim-pil\ AilinliiliitrHlor.' ..' .
you. alt i iihiiiK Ruin j
of of written Horses I ::___
S some your of English in the test. ,ir |"iru,lud 1I..of. Mini nlso lui (.... '- -
.5 for the tests in riding and packing will Notice the kidney secretions. lain. It-ti... und t j or..l, ,lilnltliiiVH for Final '

: _ _ _ friends who believe in iLe"FGOS" See if the color is unhealthyIf ,if BUJ und 811) kijidsin. I. MiiintifHc. .1 Discharge. J
S4 r I be provided by the Forest Service., l iittrciu. II.VHI) htor* n. i FOKH tit H. *> of tile < ounty, Jiulire. 4t"'.' uf Florid. .
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The examination i ip under the controlof there are settlings; and sediment Mil ariu .Uk. .prodnt. ." and I )>y |.r<.lu .. ( nnnty. (In re *Htate uf Tim B&a.. .,"
i to red or dt ri\t' i from unit Stir, J

:\ ---= the Civil Service Commission and not Passages frequent, scanty, painful. mint' iimiilllHi' tort Mull 01..11" ]> | i in lu.'rI'by Riven to all)| v hum it may con .it'
lv : q It's time then to use )IJoan's Kidney t'liter u and pttrolt-inn 1 "Iis. aimS I .ll 1 |" on thu loth tiny uf January A I). 1J12 -t
of the Forest Service Information in alIt 1'trtluttll Jln"e..1( 'I 10'" 1 !! a1.iiiy to the Hororablo <*4>u I I' l'ark.r.
Pills 1 hi rIot. iiiitintulii I nit provi1. tIt.'i'f.) f I : r" ftaul Court aa Judire of i'rnhate.; : for .; ,
detail regarding it, including the nam ,,,.
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sell and h'HHU trniii ,1. cur M
': .("\' -.. S of the places at which it will be held To ward off Bright's disease or drop- I tii'' cult k .11,1 nny,i HIM'until.. 'H llu.,. ) I .i . d t...,:.administratorf I tin'the name estate tlm of I f
t rn 111>pollution IHC* ill or accounta of
: ,'i wfll be Dent to anyone applying to sy.Doan's I! ror tit!lrablL (I", (he deloi,.... ... anti my auk for theIr, aiipruvat an, adminlHtrator 'A
S ; have done great work in/Kis- U'.. i' or .piofll of an)' !Utidn or 01 ; 1 July ;th. A. II 1"''H I.
'M ALL SIZES ENGINES, PUMPS AND PIPE IN STOCK United States Civil Service .Commission- j simm.... of M liii'h lie *.ompttn)S nui)' Im IK>. I OSCAR BASS Sr AdminiHtralor.
Washington D. C. .hh'h It tony have au uttered t to 1 moa
:) -""Mrs.. P. O. White, Bermuda avenue, I tnlu/ dill! operate 'lx..itn Hiid \'i.I.kll' 1 .
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--iii poMtrof alt S I defcrii i I lioii: t Ir I Itnil ( I 5-
THE CAMERON & BARKLEY Ki8Himm.ee, Fla. says: "I suffered or t oiu|,i :nMHtnui 1 o ow. -n, ; : I Divorce Notice.
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ROSAUNWS I hire iiMiHiid liiHiutrtlu dot UH. w .. 4t
from backache and pains through my tIlL' ,prt.r>.4iH. taiikM. *'rl"o..to.... 1 I 1 < t .'uri -tHto nf loniln.. (larriH Jaiuel :

__1 Tampa COMPANY Florida kidneys and I also had great deal of I In'in" 'plnul. a u i ttor K" (till lilt. | 'linnjiiiis' |I.. \ 10111. JHIH, C Ihfiinlaut '
kind, mid lo ,rolU'tt niti 1 ri, ilvn ) ( u i ilolla U .IulI I 1..1'l (1".11.0. .,"in la f
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Ie trouble from the kidney sec elions. I ihtirefroni fo IBMIU ......g.-. NV' ,

Happenings in the Little Town on the )Doan's Kidney Pills which J procuredat it flit u Hrflioiittu rued iItlu for. or n"ci I I ''Hnm l.N iilllilnvit!\ ] HI, p lIii, ',I t In the bill .
I, ol am k-tndtlmt, I lila)' bt juItt1ci tin u"n\O' i-hil.J) i'.uve iluli, i 1'1'1U., .
Banks of Kissimmee River.A M'ju.l llh or by naid, < .'iii|>.ui)' '1 I'
I h -r.-- ._ -------- the KiBsimmee Drug Co. relievedme tin ''li''l<'inliint I 111.'n ,In, t iniiu'l. hone
: = ::= I molt ati,1 J Ht-Hiht" fllI.nd..lly ir .. ) | .1 1 i 'li- link ,now n. IN oi'r "Ih. KI "f tC'en-
-P- -5- few more rains like the one that of all these difficulties and at that I pMiiiu'. H) 'untje.tt'K. i.I\rtll".hll'H t i 1 0"'I' ,m llu'n''ion' irltn ,1 1 that said
HtioiiM .",11" tfuarnntti. )I'H) IIH nt )" > .
endorsed I I. nt ill f I. iiilnnl b> unit hi i lurLbt" re-
I them.
fell here several! days ago will put Kissimmee time publicla _' Iiurmg I, n"tt.M ..t oi' ,di<> inwnd on.an> hh' I t" ii |Iiu'ii|, ..; to tin hill if i "niiUlntlllud( "l
: I the three years that have since passed II"UIIl'*'-. oliliKtUtoiiM ..1111"1.i i I lulls. 115110 r I I. fi,n. 'to""h" 'hi- i Io.b "|B.T '
: Cypress Shingles river booming again. l"'u.1 by 'W)' oriorHtloii. or .." : "..hlt' A 1) "IHI I i olhi'rui,*". tin s'iega-'| .,'
I, Mr. H. O'Neal has j-eturned' from a I have not lost my faith in tins remedyand vir i p rop. r. w Iso or nm c'nM.ry |In ,III'I..HII I 11" onfi Hhul I < ..tl,I ,)lofi'nd- ,
I shall always be pleased to it I,1 f I HH ,dtrfi I in the I iulereht' ol' '

i. : Cypress and Pine Lath visit to Sanford.Mr. etidorsementFor give pUrlllsi4st, propttrty. tit (15 I U .'illu" i't. l r .' l'r.I r l I.e >ub--5
my HH .lint.MI, or oilIer flutIst for "11'IH''' I Ii .. :;;':: n wi:i t'I: : \,: ): IIIIHK :itivowudkft)
S I Gay Livingston is visiting in Kis- sale by all dealers. Price 50 cta. .orHtHtioiiN) toriiilvu. [1''I''ly' , ..iiniini' \ .'lIe\ t.II7'iII .. i iil'\\ 4-
simmee this week. Foster-MilbumCo. Buffalo, N. Y. sole tu i bo imld in truat or oilmr isi. .. : '<1 ill "SIll I ( 'ounly mill,t Slnti
\ Rough and Dressed Framing for the United States. rtin\ HU<'li property or thn prot" '. ) \: ";In! I'III:I
: Will Zipprer and Robert Lohr are agents and, the inoome th "r from" lo Urns A HTIII'II H: 'DIlM'< AN "11.1

_ I Remember the nameDoan'sa.dtake I tlorNi: quire:i pio.lui. HII':I HI'II: :: ::; : C'1.h < in'nit, Court
few in Kissimmee. .
spending a days n other. ut K<,t'Kbte' or trniiMffrubK* .. m t.J.1Z \1\t.111 I Ji ill Ni41 (IN

jI : Flooring, Ceiling, Siding and Finish I Mr. Gidden Zipprer a popular young f vi I curitlLH hauire. and""ld"uoo..r,dutMtiiturt. l>oiidt. In.'tabudnt. not* n. j' iltor 1311-i.fur C.... |iliii IlaIlt H. puty Mtnntnwr Clerk.. ,)'

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man of Jacksonville, is at home, to the and (;obUtfHtionH of every ..." - -- --- ----- .
_ Notice of Executor. ....jlll'... hold own. pledge, ) \ .
delight of his many friends. ..I Iraimffr of Administrator.
oiHifaie tmuro\it, .
.A ( Send us your orders and they will have pur bestS I The fishing at Rosalie is progressing In Court of the attention. We are Sales agents for some of the in re Eitale of lerapla Minx, Det-'il, Uai.o- property of every el... and .. ; Khtnte of l ffthirine ,\ Minrliaiit lie-
r nicely. I ola County. 11.. OM n count an,l .. factor, Owtiola touunty.
-S ;j.e )largest and best Pine and Cypress Mills'm Florida I 1 Notice la hereby glrin, lo all whom it mar for any other iwrnun or In h..r..by given to nil whom It
Delivered prices quoted 'Quite a merry crowd of old and young concern, that tin the ut day of March A I), patent rights, 11I..tlo" tradu that on the IKlh .laj of Dt<-. mber.flay A.
on requestS ; '
people enjoyed eating ice cream last I'JU\ I shall apply 10 the llouorabla ( eu. F. Parker I' and other propertY the board .. deem sod ailviiiablo la
Judge of said ( ourS, JuilRa of Probate ooiivaniout Juilifn nalil Jn
Court iu < Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. fora" final dlHobarvi* aa Administrator of the ol he Company my n..1 ,IIN.h"'K" u.s 1minlniralor
: ; : : and Mr elitate oi Temple A: Mini:deceased awl that at To |Hiutiut; 'b stock, betide .. of Inthirlne A. ,,tltrtevantde. C
GILLETTE LIMBER & TRANSPORTATION CO. : F R. Geer. Those present theaamft time I will roiient my final "O"\"Otll other obhgation,. and to m.ke and ilml at hit K.ni,<' lluin I will present

W S were Mr. N. G. Gandy A. H. Taylorand aa administrator of laid eatate, and ..,k for mt'uU pun.baa and drNpOHltlotia ac.onutu, na Ailiulnintrator of .ald
S their approval aa may be lu accordance with law ",. auk for tlielr
approval
: TAMPA, FTA. .. wife, Miss_ Christine Taylor. Mr. Paled August Lit. A. D 1011 i suitable and oonvenieiit In the Juno 'l, A. l>. I'll I.

'S S S Frank Bennett and wife Misses Elsie I S C. A. MINX company" N. I). CUi'sON,
S *I and otherwise
'j I 80-liuo II mo : Admniisttor.S o purchase : a m-Cm. ."'..hiruluIatrator.l .

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Watch ,. ' . Men and the Press I .. ..
Realty Activity .
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., I*. -Tt,J' .(, __'_ _ ... ""or _Aiieiit u _ >_Iho_ .'Death_ ., :.of. Sndlo. ..Morchntit.'From,Chloroform _ -., ', .' \, i" : ,'-' "- -. f'
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; Our Hew Fall Goo as- '
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/' '' II' Administered, by Two $ Ease' ,.. ... .

.,.... .. ,:Her.,Sufferings.I1ttdI.et:"Her-..'''Pass Out of. the. , n ; "' --
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i.(';. y.: Body: .:'V'WItbbut'PabwMtditt.Pence.'W' TCWl ,' .-1. ... , ....... 't.. ., \'
.. :"It: u a good plan to watch the realty 'marilei t carefully; keep fa I M W * ( -' t .' ',....: '.i J
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. close touch with wbat is going on. fa improved property, 'bnifaeM .. Sentiment.is sharply divided among that suffering on the paof the'doctor ,

locations,.TtcantMsidence and .create.. -for money u the twenty-eight governors recently in' would be roost strong J{e said.that he* '1 1n
conference at Spring Lake, N. J., on himself might be induced, where the "
. made fa real '
being every day estate, '
the tight of taking human life where patient was a relative dear to him to. '
The most desirable property that is for sale can' be'located Jo best death in agony I. inevitable. None of give the "lethal glass," but he prayed KATZ -

adrantffe by consulting ns. We have the index to Ihe realty the governors has had a case like that the opportunity would never coma In

situation and will bring to you for your consideration,the facts that of the Shaken of Florida before such persoMTcases Dr. Young was willing l. . .

'reardinmu, pieces or property that are for sale but are him for pardon and because of the improbability to be placed on record as advocating -
that juries would convict in more than merely aiding deatn. !
lacarded with "For Sale" 4
neTerp signs such a case, they do not expect to be Dr. A. i". Stephens said he did not believe .

It matters not whether yon want to acquire realty as an invest called'on to pass judgment But if such any man,' not even the hangman, .

meat or for use as your own home or for your business, we a case should confront them most of had the right; to take another's life, but

bare the-property and will sell it at the very lowest prices them made it plain that a pardon would he did believe the hopeless sufferer who

prices obtainable .. be gran ted. Governor Gilchrist of FlorIda desired death should not be denied it,

is, of course, the one chiefly Inter- and should be given the means to administer i I, :.: '

ested in'the case. of the Shaker He the end to herself or himself. -

said: Dr. Edward F. Brady indorsed the
"...rom the fact that the Shakers were practice of euthanasia as an aid to The ROLL BASS, MARKET' -

No. 426-Orange Grove and Farm.-We have 60 acres held in such small bail wbeiva person death. .

of splendid land two miles from the Kissimmee depot, 20 accused of murder 1n the first degree f Dr. W. T. Conzelman declared be r Bearden BuildingFresh Block from Depot
cannot be bailed at all, 1 am sure that would not aid a patient in shufflufg off,
acres of which is in cultivation, inducing a seven-acre -
the circumstances of the case are so I but would not do anything to preservethe
orange and grapefruit grove'; balance of land mostly cleared well known that these poor people will life of the hopeless sufferer Who desired Florida MEATSOne of all kinds.

ready for the plow; new nine-room house and basement; not be convicted. Certainly not of death. I and Western .

large new barn; four-inch well 5OO feet deep, close to murder. I doubt whether they will Dr. Scott Parson challenged any doc-
indicted.. tor to that he had not at some' time I POULTRY EGGS. '
house. This will make one of the very best homes for the even say FRESH FISH
of the "Certainly they thought they were practised euthanasia. j !
in this section
man of means that can be obtained
doing right and with no possibility of "Any physician who has not practised Special Attention to Phone Orders and Free

country, as it would require many years to grow the mag- malice being shown it is morally certain it has not done his duty," he said. Dr. i Delivery to any part of the City. Phont 189

nificent grove alone. You can have all the advantages of that I shall not be called upon to I Parson said that, while narcotics hasten

excellent school and churches which can be reached by act as final judge. But if I .should'bp, I the end, they are always applied in cases __ .
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good hard road. Price and terms to interested parties. 1 cannot conceive ordering such peopleto of painful death and that any other I.
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J.! A. CARSON, President
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be hanged." course is crnel and inhuman. r c. BRYAN, SKCRHTTART: ;'

No. 42?.-Two very desirable residence lots locatedon Governor Hadley of Missouri Indica- .. '

splendid residence street; just the place to"build a nice ted that he might feel i It' to be his' dutyto For the Kingdom.of Heaven's Sake. The Waters & Carson

home that will increase in value rapidly, close,to church and refuse a person, i fa person was con-, The weirdest study in conscience of- +
victed of taking life in this way, rather
school. fered for is that of these f
many years
than by a pardon establish a precedentthat
I No. 428. Small orange and grapefruit grove consisting might have far reaching result Florida Shakers: Brother Egbert Gil- Grocery? Company
lette and Sister Elizabeth Sears. They
of 5i acres 275 bearing trees seven-room house, good for evil. knew Sister Sadie Marchant
. "It is against the laws of God and was .dying
and well 298 feet deep. Located inside city limitsin
barn
of She
man to take human life,"he said, "andif consumption. requested release Wholesale and Retail Dealers in-
fine section, beautiful view of lake, excellent breezes you once open the doors to such prac- from life, and they gave her chloro-

from off the lake delightful place for a home, convenientto tices, then there is no telling where it form. .

school and churches, in fact you can have all advantagesof might lead us. Half our murder cases They are under arrest for murder- GROCERIES
of homicide their fee- ,
guilty
by own con
not crowded. might then be defended on the groundof
and being
the city, enjoy
ending suffering :ion: Yet even by letter of the law

which is located seven- the case differs from common murder. ,
No. 429. Large lot on one\ "But from an experience I had when S,

room and one three-room house. Large house 'is lighted prosecuting attorney in Kansas City, I here Instead benevolence of malice aforethought.aforethought we Insteadof have WEI SELL WE BUY ''r

with electricity, has toilet and kitchen sink, small house doubt whether a governor would be I
an unwary victim. Sadie Marchantwas
also has sink and toilet. We will sell this as a whole, or called on to act as a final judge. A man a suicide by proxy. HAY HIDES t
was accused of assaulting a girl. Whenhe ,
separately. This property is well located will pay 10 percent be These make technical difficulties even GRAIN
was arrested he begged to permitted FURS '
K' on investment if rented. Price for both houses for a secular court. The difficulties of- ,
to good-by to a '
say seven-year- I'
fered by conscience, which cannot be FERTILIZERS ;
$2OOO. old boy tcx whom he was devoted. He WOOL'
i slashed the boy'B'throat, but his plea ignored- our day, are greater and SHINGLES .
No. 450. Four-room new bungalow located on a lot I This is
act almost
vaguer. -
unprecedented AND
was that he felt it was better for the
147i x 295 feet, twenty-eight; orange, three grapefruit and boy to be dead than left alone in the even in Shakerism, but such relief ORANGE' BOXES

,_ one tangerine tree in bearing; lot has streets on three world. Four times he was CQnvicted," for incurables has often been sug ORANGE WRAPS ALL

sides, plenty /t/If;> room for three more houses to be built on but the higher courts sent the case back gested. A similardeed forme an episodein COUNTRY
Edith Wharton's uThe Fruit of the
VEGETABLE CRATES
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rented to advantage.. Price for retrial three tines and finally dismissed -
lot, all of which can be good : Tree." These sectaries seized
I half i if desired. it entirely on the ground that were bya CRATE NAILS r PRODUCE ;
$1600 terms of .
on thought murderous with
Y . the man did not he was doing'a'vrong mercy r..: .d.. /":a .M''.' 1 i1.:'" tS ta1''''
that could not the typical zeal, iniative and courage of +vl
and for reason properly
: Farm" consisting
"Edgewater
"I' SArAw No. 43l-The excellent O'Berry land, located the south side of orilegally be convicted of 'murder. If their sec . '. Wesell field.and card en seeds pf'all 1 kind's. R V.;,;;: ,
on .
of 800 acres'of ,
: .l The Shakers wealthand
held 'despite fabulous
.<: guilty at all, the courts be.must We give special attention to ..fitting out'hunting"and"!" camping
from
Lake Tohopekali'ga, only 50 minutes run by launch .
be'insane to take the view he did even high prosperity, are'people not of v S ,
city dock.: One of the very great propositions that com- though he knew he was violating the this world. They'are' English offspringof parties. .

I bines splendid hammock. prairie and pine. lands. Two I written, though not as he believed the the unhappy French Camisurdu, wl o I Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.: f. N Q

miles_ of beautiful beach. Thirty acres of fine bearing I moral law. have migrated to America. The origi-I We are county agents/ for /good fertilizers. Askl us for circular

Governor Hay of Washington frankly nal sparks of Gallic fire have been and priceson fertilizers.i
Several
of and grapefruit. acres trans-I
1 grove consisting oranges admitted he would pardon the Sliakerp, muted into steady glow, but the t
irrigated by a strong flowing\ artesian well, also several though he said such a case could hardly not for the worldit is for the commu- ,

acres irrigated by the Skinner overhead system. One of come before him because the courts and nity. Yet these odd believers, led for

I the best flowing wells in the county is located on this tract I juries would not convict them. years by mad Ann Lee, have built their

where fine celery lettuce, and !all kinds of truck is raised I "It.is up to the doctors to decide sucha little democracies with sanity and '
question" he said. "I understand strength. They scorn the wisdom of OTS I\ LOTS !
in vast quantities. Price $40OOO. .1
their the earth and the theologies of man,
, many of them are putting patientsout
432.--New bungalow consisting of four large and two I of their Buffering when a case is yet they have strangely paralleled the LOTS HAVE BEEN SURVEYED AND STREETS
feet I I agonizing and hopeless. Maybe they thought-currents of the world they have AND AVENUES S LAID OUT IN ';
feet well deep.
l&Z ,
shed rooms, on lot )J47x147 abandoned. Thev.were before }
I could be held for it, legally, but no case Spiritualists -
twenty young fruit trees and young shade trees set in frontof has arisen in my state." Spiritualism; Faith-curists before 'WILLIAMS' SUB-DIVISION 4

lot. This property is near to the lake and js a delightful Governor Cary of Wyoming expressedthe Evans' or Quinby; dietists long before

. place to live; l land is high and just the place for a-nice strongest disapproval of hurrying I the puce food fad. -They pr c eded all

quiet home where you secure the breeze from the lake almost death to avoid suffering. modern AdVentists and Millenarians. WHITTI \'i;L 1and ?

I continuously. Price $1500, terms on half if desired. "I would not permit it in the case ofa Taking an instance from high philos- R
relative or friend if I could help i it," ophy: philosophers have said much

No. 453- We have 22 resident lots, located in four he said. "If such a case were beforeme lately of the Rothian doctrine of the offered for sale to
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for pardon, I should judge it on its Incarnation: that the man Jesus became are
different subdivisions which we will sell all together or the public at from ;.It
merits. It is impossible to make any Christ. This doctrine is paralleled in
separately, at price so that !money can be-' doubled in short general rule. In the case of the Shakers the crazy Bible of Shakeriam. Taking $25 TO $35 PER LOT.

tir ie if entire number are taken together. We will be pleased I I doubt whether they will be con- an instance of plebian sentimentality: ,

to submit figures. on the .entire number on request. victed." Elbert Ilubbard once announced his belief --- ( .\ ,

Governor Tenner of J'en aylvania. jn- m the "Motherhood of God." That Whittier will soon be in railroad connection with .' vt

.. FRUIT AND TRUCK LANDWe dicated that he would pardon the Shak- doctrne is found in Shakerism. Philos- every part of the l/nitrd States, and in a short lima :) J."

ers. Governor McGovern Wisconsin, ophy and bathos, wisdom and rant tain- will become one of the most important towns in South -rr"

have five and ten aere tracts in Liberty Park the said he would use horse sense in such gle wondrously in their creed and. prac Florida; therefore lots, at the above prices are only ; .,

most desirable suburban property on the market; which we cases. Governor Rurke of North Dakota tice. one-tenth.of what they will bring twelvemonths hence. ;'!

consideration at prices that are attrac- agreed with GovernorJladley that These views are those pf a people Whittier ban a telephone line. It has good road. '' ,1
for
are offering your 'to anybody convicted of such an walled in from the world by celibate I: for auto travel at any time. Has three mails per ', ;
tive. We will be pleased to show these tracts to prospec- pardon vows, made sensitive by religious dan- week. Whittier is on the center land between St. %
offense would establish a disastrous visions and literal Biblicaliam. I
and
tive purchasers at any time. Do'not fall to see this property precedent. Governor Haisted Maine, ces Their, views might easily take.any form Johns and Kissimm.ee riven, just twelve miles.each I ,

.., before purchasing, as it has the advantages of being closein favored. a_pardon where the circumstances of conscientiousness, and where Con- I way. One and ohehah"miles from Kissimmee Prairie,
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..1 leads the Shaker follows. They of the Land Company. We have the best
science l land Hunter S
road in the county convenient such as they to be.in
and on the best paved were appear 1
very
have morals of their own. If Abraham,
II land for trucking, and farming in Florida. We have S
to the city school and churches. the case of the Shakers in the remote who "believed God," was called on to q
all the round. We in
and
vegetables are
fruit
possibility of their conviction for mur- slay Isaac, and Jeptha permitted to year
Ten acre improved farm near the city, facing east on I der. slay his daughter might not these later I the center of stock raising by the best and cheapest
thatis believers feel called upon to release the I method on earth. We have a school roll of eighty; ,
heavily traveled thoroughfare and south on an avenue I -
soul of Sadie? It is from the Spiritland
stores two hotels the
roupd.
two ; open year
paved half the length'of tract. A splendid chance for Every Real Physician Practices fu- that the Children of the Second! I grocery
Appearing get their hymns and music, Whittier is on the east boundary of Lake Marlon; which t
f.- growing an orange and grapefruitgrove and at the same I r thanasia.St. their dances and marches. There the extends westward connecting with a chain of lakes to 1

time farm the land while. trees.are coming into, bearing. Louis Mo., Sept. 30.- The deliberate -I Christ of their faith In the dual form I Kissimmee river. Here is the hunting and fishing par-
of Jesus and Ann Lee, rules a people '
I I adise. Whittier has the best marl material for good ,M r.
sufferers -
suicide of
aiding to hopeless world
not of this world. To that and v'm
streets and hard roads in Florida. -:- .:- -:. -:- ,y
membersof the statutes of Florida would
x mmomwrn i was advocated by some not to to I fw
jy -- the St. Louis Society of Medical Research they 1000k for guidance, and having( received Maps of this sub-division can be seen at W. G. -1'.

at a meeting in'the Marquette guivance they would act. So I King' office in St. Cloud, Jenkins & Woodham's office.,1-j::; : ,isy

H. M. BREAKER & CO.' hotel here today while others classed of they heaven's slew this sake.woman for the kingdom in Kissimmee, or at my residence In Wbittler. .,.*.'*-V.-l';. f1t'. .j

such an act as an unqualified murder. What now can Florida do with these I ,_-=_ 11' ",:'
To release them --- -
One physician urged legal homicide as a devout destroyers I ,
t"
would Seem to condone homicide becauseof t
Over Osceola Pharmacy
relief to friends and relatives afflicted a vain excuse. To" punish them L7'y::::) A ::8
., with the care of incurables would teem to punish for conscience : L -L..:..? ., ;9iWuI'rTIER.

___ __ .. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Dr; Willis Young, referring to certaincases sake Insane they are not. Before I +
the ewe is settled all the books of Shaker , :;" -
where the physician knew the : '
patient
,,o6l.. .. ''; revelation may ce opened to a gmp- ,FLORIDA "}. :i: 5 .
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could lohg'aurviveand'wassuffering
not I Inc world, and the limitations of conscience ,... "
agonh* declared he' dfd not and the law must be defined r mgr

<*oubt the humane inclination, to end anew.-Detroit (Mich.) Jouinal.' "
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Ir.t! : The' Kissimmee ';.Valley'- Gazette given in order to raise sufficient:,funds ,,- YAPpAY-Ar YALE.- \- "- S ',1.

to finish the work. ;

I We hope no one will feel 'his a bard- What. It MeansYto.,.. Junior Whe 57; CLOUD--"the WcmderCity" ;
I
t I). f'' W, B. HARRIS, Editor a td Prop'r. ship and that al| will tend their money Have CMad.00dN, .

,', ",', 9. J., TR1HLETT, Associate. Editor. promptly and cheerfully.. Jf there are 1'h.- three great aenl societies, of .

'.t\ :' any"who' doubt the necessity of..these tale-Skull and Bone/ Scroll and : News:Item* from the City whose Unprecedented ...
-
EVERT FJUDAY.I '
PUBLISHED Uead-ebOOlle''OD
ik and Wolfa tap '
I pavilion. l let them cojne and speed the Key Growth. Startled the .
.
:, Office Valley Oa.z.etteJ3uildini'. day flfteen members each from tie : .

,;. ,"it KlSSlIIlIu.08CJCOLA.OOUNTT.: I .. s-noon-.and-recess'-, hours, at: the school.- ,J junior,.class., tbe, Of teen, member* of _:. jprT.:_.. -_ -- II---.J_. -' ,'"
: T.
f. the outgoing enlor class making tbe I C: ROBERTS. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT '_- .- -

("; I' OM opy._SUBSCRIPTION rea ... ...... RATES. .... .:.... ...$1 00 Revival Services. choice. Each senior U allotted flnd his man On ':Saturday last"),Ir. E. S. Kendall Mrs. L. J, Mines report 'business day Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ir .'
of mnst him In
... ._.. ... .. Jbe .juuIO.aDd ...
i "1 i ...._... KKlttM. : lei the crowd at the tree and tap" him on and ,wife-andMr-ft; KendaH and Very good af her new restaurant pn" Wetherbee. -
i' Revival services will begin In the wife of Orlando In Miss Keen from r.earOrlando, "
; / : were town Inspect llth street.Mri Bessie ,
All _...onleatlona. eioept from our author the shoulder and give him the order .
'"4 .Md eorreapondefita.muat.ba alcnad by the writerBalloted Methodist church next Sunday morning. to1r1L to bis,joonu Followed,'by bis \V>g the Utti Building, and will open..up 'is visiting her sister Mrs. E. Gatlin. 4
t" .natter. will not .be returnedaUedfor. oDJ.. Oct. and continue as long as "" 8, .sponsor be obeys and what happensat a and. bakery'l the n,ar, > \Mr. Will Newhart Is on a
.It J --._-_ ._. _. may indicate. The Uev. G. A Kline, the room no one but the men of the future, probably about the 15th of No- the best in town,.to BiUmgsley & Johns omTJoTrle-jn Wisconsin.ME" .

.t"","J1 saaonJ-claaa......... .t th.Poatafllea__. Ktaalnune*. Fta.... evangelist, of Birmingham Ala., will society knows. With shining face the vember. Mr. G. R. ,Kendall will also this week Will Wetherbee of Orange coun-

I I t"4 I.' I ._-_-. _.-'-_,..'._ conduct the services.. I lad' comes back later and Is slapped open a laundry In St. Cloud. ty was on the island making If ay for"Mr.I. .

i1. Friday, October 6, 1911 The Quarterly Conference, at its last on the shoulder and told. "Qoo-1 work A.'.W. Cooley, who has spent the past . H. Wetherbee the first of the w.ek.
r > the ot the old man." cordially and wbc t heartly : The State County licenses No. four months in New York has returned
} ",1 ....! . . .. meeting, instructed pastor 1 and ,' Mr. George Hay who has been seriously -
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t' church to invite all the pastors and their by every friend and acquaintanceby 2 for 1912 were secured by the hustlingreal 1 and is now-janitor; of tbe G. A R. ill, in slowly convalescing.;

} f ,. !'f' ['[ogle for Congressman at Large. people, and also the Layman's Union to lads who have "made" every-honor estate firm of A. E. Drought and hall. i' The all-day's meetingas announcedlast
possible, by lads who hare "made"notblng. ----
;. _In thin,__ week's issue' of Dixie Claude co-operate with us in these services,-in T. C. Roberts, they being the first to : week was well attended. '- Rev.
n for that Is :
L"-Engle, It. editor, says: an earnest united effort to win souls the spirit Just of Yale.as heartily '' pay their licenses in this county for the W. H. Bordner, who for some time Wyandt delivered too.excellent sermonsto

A; I "After looking carefully into the situation to Christ, and then to, build UP a Christian Only. Juniors room In Durfee ball. 'I'. coming year. conducted the 5 and lOc store here, has I attentive audiences. (At the evening/

.. and carefully considering the citizenship that will result in t eIlLuilding On tap day an. outsider Is luctfy who been tenting in the woods of his homestead service we were favored! with a solo by

way In which I can 1 be -of moat service )) of our city and community has a friend there, for a window Is a Among those to return the past week at Hansford. On September 21st, I Miss Katherine !Derbyshire accompanied -

.t to the.people of Florida, I have decidedto aa well as in the saving of immortal proscenium box for the play-tbe play were Dr. F. H. Pope and wife; Dr. at 8 o'clock in the evening, two masked : by Miss Louise Ihomason, which

1 <'II' to be a candidate from the State at souls. which Is a tragedy to all but forty-five Wells and wife; John Shultz; Mrs. Eli- men.called at his tent door, and puttinga was excellently rendered and much ap

4. large for member of the Federal House Let us lay aside everything tendsto of the three hundred and odd Juniors. za Hogg; Mr. and Mrs. Hunt; Mr. revolver at his head they demanded I i predated. There wereabou thirty of St.

of Representatives. hinder the free course of God's Holy The windows of every story of the Nehls, wife and father; Jacob HoiTer his money. They then ransacked his : Cloud's good people who came over and

hearts and ask God to grarstone facade are crowded with a and wife. J. Kimes and his father, D. bed and trunk, took his revolver and I
l "I offer myself to the electors of Spirit in our enjoyed the services. All did justice to
r Florida to be voted for in the Demo help us to get our lives right with God deeply Interested audience. Grizzled. M. Kimes, of Kinsley, Kans., arrived broke It up, and took $385 in cash. The I' the picnic dinr er. Altogether it was a

,p. cratic primaries pf 1912 for this position and man, and then to give us power to heads hats of of old women graduates Every mil one with Is w etchIng flowery )last. Monday. ,next morning Mr. Bordner notified his pleasant day well xpent

win others to Christ. I neighbors and also the sheriff at Fort
of Congressman at Large from Florida. Tift: LADIES.
I every detail every arrIval. In A-thin.. snare. man bv_ the_ name_ nf__ Myers. The sheriff stated Ae also -
that
on n.n ,
"Some of the most valu friends I Let us so arrange our affairs that We
g front of tbe ball are a drive and room '
Daniels
have, in commenting on the public discussion can attend all these services and then for perhaps a dozen carriages next'the came to St. Cloud on Friday i was hunting for the same men, as.they [

I of my possible candjdacy, have let us attend them. For what shall it fence-tbe famous fence of Yale- last, stopping at Mrs. Jaqueson Massachusetts -I had been doing the same business before I FOWLER/ARK .,

; .': ,t very kindly said that I am more valu- profit a man if he shall gain the whole which rails the campus found. Just avenue Before leaving on reaching Mr. Bordner's house.

!I.. able' to Florida as editor than I could world! and lose his own soul?" or "what Inside 'It. at the northern corner Saturday afternoon he went to.W. G.King's I Mr. Bordner regrets his loss very much, I Local Happenings Interestingly Told
( rises the tree. xtnnd In the room, helping] himself to all he but he and his wife are oirig to return
f : be as Congrt>8I1man. To all these and shall a man give in exchange for his People up g i by Our Correspondent.
t t to all others of like thought I beg leave soul ..... carriages women and men Hit fence found handy. He took two revolvers, to their claim in a short time. ,
Is loaded with people often standing a fountain pen and a number of small I
Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday in
Beep spent
I to say that I will continue my newspaper You are cordially invited to attend all I
.; too to.see that tree I articles. Sheriff Prevail of KiRSimmeewaa I The Business Men's League held! its KiHHimmot' shopping
; J t work and that I believe' that these services.
I my
t, opportunity to serve thepeopleof Florida W II. "MINK Pastor All over the campus surges a crowa..4+- _,-.uotined at once. but Daniels has : regular session Monday evening A Western. lieall and DIIVIH) killed l a six-
students of the other clusset'. seniors not been heard from since. j large crowd gathered around the G.! A.
i foot alligator Tutxday in the cove near
:! i as editor of a free newspaper will
who last stood In the -
compact
A year I I R. hall at the usual time>, and the Mr. Wilcox home Our .people, ] aregt
.GRANITE BOMB
44 be greatly enlarged and strengthenedby gathering at the tree and left It sore Comrade Robert Tail of New York, mNot-j .
ing was called to order with Col.!
I /: 'UiiiR rid of useless things InI hurry.
them in Congress hearted been
f representing not baring "taken.:
'i: )J "Everybody may be assured of what Jack Frost Hurled It Down Into the sophomores .who will stand there next I will arrived Friday to join his wife. They Sterrett. the chair as .president, and I Mr. Draper started'the raid by killinga
remain at Major Taft's 7th
cor Dr. Eulenlh'ld .
Iwill do if I go to Congress by 'i'eall4 / Yosemite Valley. year who already are hoping for and i and secretary. wildcat; other pOQJ'ke./ fightingthe

: I ing what I have done aa editor pf The Delicate 'frost tracings on the window dreading their tap day, little fresh Kentucky avenue.-- Several committees reported favorably I weeds if they can find nothing else

) Sun and of Dixie. panes seem to be the work of fan men. each one sure that he at least T. W. VanAelslme of New and Mr. Brophy, general manager I tQ make war on, yet tlu'y are peaceable
York
,'. clful and harmless sportveness.. but will be of the elect. and again tbe _' of the new electric road being folks.
o 1 ask the help of every true man. arrived from Illion
on and is
Saturday' ,
.' the hood that forms them Is capable iron gray beads tbe Interested facesof built through St Cloud, was present Mr. (Goddard is making improvtmentaMr
.-. of greater deeds and of other ItlqdsMr old Yale men. and the gay spring moving into Hoop's Addition. He ser and leave a good talk regarding the, em h., '.Ia,1..
VALLEY GAZETFE J. Smeaton Chase. In "Vosemite hats like bouquets of flowers ved in Co. A, 148th N. Y. Regiment "' "
; i trolley line. lie ,expt'ets now to haveit : O: S: Fowler of the Florida
Trails, describes an experience that It Is perhaps the most critical single
through very soon. Drained Lund! (Co. wan out spending the
l must have been wonderfully Impres.Ive : day of the tour years' course at the J. D. Harris who for the past two
& Is Positively the Best Weekly Paper to the spectator lIe had been university It shows to the world weeks has been at Arcadia and Ber- lion. Arthur E. Donegan reported to day Wednesday with his brother at
the League the result of his attemptsto I
He Ever Saw. t' spending some weeks In exploring the whether or no a boy. after three years mont, returned to St. Cloud on Tues Smith Dorian Point.
: Yosemite valley and the "great rocks," of college life, has in the eyes of the day; made the trip both with his secur a telegraph station for St. I If the lake gets/: much lower we maybe

: It just makes us feel good all over like El Capltnn. that wall It In. student body...'made good" It Is a crucial team. ways Cloud. I'he company states that' it is i I :able to walk over to Kissimmee -

v ;::1> when we receive such a letter as follows Standing one day of late autumn test a heartrending test for a boy willing to nut in the office here and Everybody ill very busy in their gardens -

p t tor it convinces us that there are about tho middle of the valley, I was of twenty years.-Mary R 8. Andrews Earl Lupfer, of Kissimmee, w as in take only hair the receipts if someone I hence the scarcity:: of news Items.
startled by a report like a cannon shot In Scrlbner's Magazine. wilLcun it here. ,
still who .
I people living appreciate our lown.Monday,. ?_ .. -
lJ: efforts to print a first class newspaper, which nilWT the whole valley with .:..::...... New Superintendent Chosen.The .
echoes that roared and boomed replied They Were All "Pill*." Special Election.
one that contains only such matter as Reverend Westcott welcomed
I was headquarters committee of the
and multiplied la a long continued One of the fashionable east side
l : Is fitting to be read in the family circle. glorious tumult.As churched recently witnessed a funny back to St. Cloud by a large audience Polls were opened at the Mayor's Florida Anti-Saloon League have elected "),

44. And where is the editor who wouldn't the deafening sound died away In incident at a choir rehearsal. They 'Sunday; his wife and children will return offic on the 2nd "October for the the Rev W. II. Chase as state superintendent -

S.. .A. : feel all to the good upon receipt of such sullen mutterlngs under tbe vizor of were preparing for the following Sun I a little l later on. property owners to decide upon whether I to take the place of Rev.

J a letter He is not in Florida, anyway El Capitan I was able to distinguish day morning beautiful selection tbe :: they wanted the townbonded for a certain ', C. L. Collins, formemupenntende.nt "

; but read the letter, it. will make the point of attack by tbe long. clatterlng first words of which were "I am a I The Epworth League social and enter- amount of money to be used for Mr. Chase has been in League work

,:.vt you feel good, tooWestervllle. < descent of a vast quantity of pilgrim." It so happened that the I tainment ill to be held at the parsonage Improvements. I': for more than ten years, having workedin

f f' Ohio. Sept. 29. 1911.ft rock. music divided the word "pilgrim" and on Friday evening U'!', October 6th. They_ I 145 votes were cast. 129 for the rood New York Pennsylvania and the

.i Mr., W. B. Harris, Kissimniee. .-Fla. The nlgbt bad been a cold one in the made( a pause after the syllable Tbe are preparing to have one of the real I cause, 13 against and 3 were madt; : out I District of Columbia. Forseveral

: 1 t Dear;.Sir-The Gazette is positively valley. and on the seven to eight thousand effect was most amusing. The soprano good times, and trust that every member so that they could not be counted. has been the assistant state yearshe '
I foot levels of the upper rim the sang In a high key". am a pll" and I I .superintendent
: q the best I We may be present. The social. :
,(' weekly paper ever saw. 'temperature must have dropped almost then stopped. Tbe tenor acknowledged !: Of Pennsylvania, and came to
; i, expect to be with the good people of to zero. . '' that he was apll," and through the summer have been enjoyed I IIILLIARDSISlAND I : Florida from th &- tate. .

: ,'.' Kissimniee for.good so'soon" as wecanr Frost working quietly with hls when tbe bass came thundering In greatly but now with the return of the ., Mr. CJhase''wa ,\commended for the'

"rr dispose. of, our real estate here. With Archimedean lever, had Just succeeded % with a like declaration. "1 am a pll. pastor and commencement of fall work, Florida state superintendency by National -

1 ./..' best wishes for the success of the Gazette In shifting from the shoulder of It wag too much for the gravity of all are looking forward to some better Items of Interest from That Colonyof Superintendent Baker as a thoroughly -

_: \:, and all those connected. with it, I the sentinel a trifle of fifty tons or 'so tbe singers and they roared.. No times than ever. Happy, Prosperous People.! /: experienced, aggressive man,

II am most truly yours, of granite. For near a thousand feet amount of practice could get them and a tireless worker. He is now in
; E. ,H. JAMES.LOS1J1ISLIEE tbe bowlder fell sheer swift and silent past the fatal pause without an outburst Quite an exciting time occurred at Rev. J. D. Wyanijt, from near Tam- the offices of the League, 911 Hisbee

; f r" ___ __ __ ; then. striking the cllt!', It burst and the piece had to be given 11:50 Sunday night when a horse got pa, made his usual appointment, com building

: like a bomb shattered Into a myriad up.-Musical World. away from a young man from the eastern ing on Saturday and remaining{ until Jacksonville and is already

i :1,1., I flying shards and splinters end die part of the town dashed throughthe Monday. During his tay he was entertained planning ex "n"ivE' work for the League.A .

I lodged a smother of fragments that Clever Dwarfs. streets to the center of the town at the hospitable home of Mr. Reid Practice. '

trickled down to tbe valley In a stream' Richard Gibson and his wife who but there night watchman Woo l, with J. K. Hilha'rd. -
In Attempting to Reach the Summit
flourished Ib tbe seventeeth I .
century,
, that lasted for minutes quick presence of mind stepped out On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.H. Editor Valley Gazette:
l. of Mount Ranier. Then from the where tbe bowl were a remarkable pair of dwarfs, A number of
spot who
I ride
persons
from their Inches. which and shot in front of the horse to stop C Lightsey entertained the familyof ; bi'ycles -
der had struck dust began to rise Into quite apart Mr. J. K. Milliard and Rev. J. I). are in the habit of coming be-
up
News, ws received in the city this combined barely made up seven feet it, and succeeded in stopping the animal
the air, slowly building and
$ I. !: week of a sad ending to the life of Mr burgeoning sunny like 'a summer cloud up and lioth were clever painters of miniatures before any damage was done. Wyandt. During the evening' .Ice cream hind signal people of their on foot without giving any

I Legh Garrett, a brother of Mr. G. I1. every whit as snowy. It was the Otrar and Gibson was drawing masterto was served approach. The rubber

,, Garrett who for the past year has been of granite, powdered Instantaneously tbe daughters of James II At their The Kissimmee Telephone Company Mr. Will Hughey has gone to Tampaon tires make no nome, and a slight deviation .

,. "f' manager of the Osceola Abstract Co., by tbe terrific shock.GOWNS wedding. which was arranged by has installed its new phones, and they a business trip. on the part of the pedestrian is almost -

,: but who is now a student in the law department Henrietta Maria Charles I. gave the were used for the first time October Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Cohoon spent sure to result in a collision An

.4;,J., -,.,1 of the State University atGainesville. I bride away, the queen placed a valuable 2nd. One more work in order towards Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Ira Wether- aged man, whose walk is very unsteady,
., : AND OMENS.Odd
,, diamond ring on her finger, and thus
was thrown
the
; It appears that Mr. Garrett the building up of our city, and St. bee. in way of one of
Edmund Wailer the court poet. wrotea
who Cloud is glad. E. S. Beeland, the manager Misses Ruth and Edna Harvey of these riders, who was trying to see how
; was a student in the University Superstitions That Darken the poem In honor of tbe occasion. GIb- I
of Wisconsin, in company with a Dressmaker's Shop. son was seventy-four when be passed reports business very good; he Kissimmee were guests at the home of near he could approach without hitting

crowd of other students a few weeks "Women who wear One dresses are away. while Us widow died at the has several more telephones to put in Mr. G. B. Lawson over Sunday.Mr. I' him. He was knocked down and pretty

make short time. -and Mrs. E. F. Masters the badly hI"I t, but the rider got the worstof
t'' J ago, were traveling in Washington as superstitious as the girls who advanced age of ela-bty-nln years. in a spent
them." said a dressmaker. Nit the little It. These machines should l... aim..
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state and when reached --- -- --
4 they the base , _._
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\ of Mount Ranier Mr. Garrett decided accidents that happen In the work. Madagascar's Two Climates. plied .with gongs or they should notbe,

., to attempt to reach its summit and room were not mercifully concealedfrom The Island of Madagascar has two allowed on the sidewalks. WALKER.
the owners of rich gowns they distinct climates, two classes of natives ..
1 alone
started
over the of
protests his would be sick with half New Officers Osceola
_ apprehension and two classes of fauna and Tel. Co.
fellow students. Some hours after he
i 5 the time. I had one customer who refused flora Tbe Island Is about the size of
began the ascent a terrific storm broke At a meeting of the directors of the
to accept'a dress
very expensive::
France Along the coast It Is tropicaland
during which Mr,. Garrett evidently lost because a girl who assisted with the malarious, and tbe natives are ". Osceola Telephone Company held on

his life, as he qas never been seen since, fitting dropped a pair of scissors, darkerthan In tbe Interior The Interior '- Friday, September 29th, the following

; ; ,: although diligent search has been made which fell point down and stuck in is a htgb tableland and moun i| officers were elected: Robert G. JohnSton -

L for his body. Owing to the lateness of tbe floor That meant an order for I tainous. There the climate Is cooler The New Grocery | president; F. W. Hill, vice-presi ..

I the season it will be impossible to recover mourning within six: months. The customer and the natives smaller and lighter In dent; A. W. (Justus, secretary and t
'
..j ,' his body before late spring, when hoped that by refusing the hoodoo color than on the coast But In tbe I treasurer.
dress she could avert the calamity. -- --- --- ,
interior and -
they are more intelligent -------
;i .searchers will be sent to recover it and
but the precaution was useless. In the rule the Island ANNOUNCEMENTS
:J discover! if possible, how he lost his less than three months her father was ; -

it L : life. h_ ,__ dead. II'
I Obliging. We will for business
1/ ) "Girls are especially particular In open 'Monday, For Clerk Circuit Court
Excited: Author (rushing behind the
; THE GREAT NEED their work on wedding dresses, for If At the urgent. Holidtatlon
. I out of friends
'I scenes)-Why are you cutting the October 9th, with a new, clean flock throUKhoiit th. county, I my
h..rebY.uut'e
_ _ a tiny drop of blood from a pricked my-
L and third ?
second acts of my play nelf ao.nillilatn for Olnrk of (hu tin nit Court
finger should fall on the gown tbe Manager a in not cutting anything of Staple and Fancy GroceriesJ In anti ftir Onreoln .'nnnty at the coming pri-
\ Of Our School is Pavilions in Which I wlHh to thank the '
I bride would surely die before the end merl' i f npln for their
out. I'm merely varying tbe order of enpport In the p".t.| anil "olld their
:.! ,. ,I. the Children Can Play. of the year. Then there is green tbe acts. Several Influential personsIn A share of your patronage respect- In tho futuru. If cK'i U.1, I I.ledlC'O support my-
Inlthful Brrvlon aril ..
thread. Whether I ixTBonnl alt nllou to the
the customer Is thereto
"" the audience have asked me If It dutlei oMh.office
To the Patrons of our School fully solicited. -:- -:- -:- K""Trl'trlllll.1
City it dressmaker will
!" .a : see or not, no would not be possible to have the hero | KEBT.
; {" Ii" The great heat and lack of shade on keep green thread near spools of an die In the next act.-Cblca&o Tribune. "'7

( ;:;;j :,r' the jchool ground., both have caused other color. Green thread used for I I Notice of Application for Tax Deed

:, ,jlhe teachers undertake the basting means the return of a dress I '
building Philosophy.Learn Notice la hereby irlven that C I). Carroll pur-
\"of for alterations, and there Is enough chaser of Tax Ortlrtoate No. 114. dated the
two pavilions, one on each side of the to; be pleased with nerytbln&wltb 4th
,r day of November. A. D. ln-ii! hat fll,U M
trouble of that kind in dressmaking .al.l..e.-
;" school bouse. Our school board cannot a wealth so far .. It makes us of THE D. R. BLENIS CO. Unr.L4 In my ofllce, and ban made application *
___ iii establishment without deliberately bid. deed
_ for tax to liaue in accordance
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benefit to others with for not '
.do tbU now. It seems wiser to ask ding for It"Woman I ; poverty I 8al M certificate embraces the following de-

,. ; tio.syrho.e children It will benefit, so who are themselves superstitious having much to care for, and with G ROC E R. S oribed, State property of Morlda.situated to In wit tbe: County.of Ovoeola.

; tbe,teachers have"decided to ask each are never surprised or offended -' obscurity' for being onenvled.-Plu- The Northern nastIer of the Northweat
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- child to bring 25'cent to be used for at a sewing girl's untidy COIt'UTe.I I tarch., ====== Phone No. 92. Towoihip quarter of:n the, South Noriaweat, Range quarter:f, ga.t of Section 11.

that P'a' poee.- The girls tumble their hair about on The acid land beIng ...........ecIbe\ date of
___, Her Own Introduction. r the uuuaaoe of .u.'b coi tlflcate In the name of
,'We, waut to place seats in these pa- purpose when working on a large order I' "When Old you first become acquainted % 4 I Unknown
: for It U sacred' belief Unleaalid oe-tlflcate ahall be redeem aoordlng'to -
.vWons and make them. attractive as a among ''
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-1, : possible, And',wewisIrto: : JtM how the dressmakers that a hair Inadvertently "The first time I disagreed with ber I tbe 6th day of November, A. D 1911.
worked Into the garment shows that ; S [Seal] t ARTHUR. DON KG: AN,
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.M&simmee>> ,vaiieu! oazetteNO. lira. S. B.' Anltman land daughter , Squire J. F.. Williams has'returned Mr. and Mrs G-' H.. Newhouse, of Mr.' t. H. Halley wbo moved "
Mis Bettie ,returned Monday from from Hot to Klssimmee Last Saturday evening *t negro man
---1'aL.PH6N.' It.PtBLISHED Spring*,:Ark. and feel that Pine Island Minn., arrived in Kisslmme ,
'I, a couple of week '
Poronado Beach where have llfe ago from dropped dead at the depot, the cause. of
they he has
J spent a new lease on a* a result of last week and expect to make this FitUburg. Pa. has
engaged In the :
real hia
the week death being heart failure. .It ap
put six the bath at that retort.The city their bom. Mr. New-
permanent
estate business and
now occupies offices that he intended the p
: EVERY ..FRIDAYWeather house pears leaving on ;
Little Mb Jo Makmson entertaineda own a lot on Verona tract, on on the second floor of Fraternity Hall four '
6'clock train '
: 'BY"- application for divorce filed by and being late, ran
which be will, ot .
host of the future beaux and belle of begin' the erection a where he ia ready to list
"' Mr. Nick Rogers against her husband 'neat property for several block to catch ft. and just
.. W. B. NAP '",.I. . KlMlmmee yesterday afternoon In honorof some month ago, has been denied by the two-story material residence Just at ,soon either city or country, Mr. Halley has a* he reached the depot platform fell,
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her tenth birthday.. the circuit judge., It ha not been learned can be placed. been selling real estate for a good rolling: almost under the train. Persons

whether the casewill be carried to.the The ladies many years in PitUburg, and we pre tending nnearby'-pulled him out on the- w:: .
Regular meelinf-of, the Village Improvement Uprexe: court. of the Presbyterian church diet'he.' 1 will meet with much *ucce*., walk, where he died in a few minute., ,
society will be held at the will give a party on the lawn from be-, \ or- I Hi* remain were In the,negro t
Report Chapter House Tuesday afternoon, Oct. Rev. J. Lawton Moon I* spending the the church on Monday, the,18th. cemetery! on Sundays i1lews "" :
.. 10th, at half past three. weekjn Apopka assisting Rev.K.;D. to 10 p. m. _Refreshment in the shape -Dr. c.-L.., #1att.:left" yesterday for 't
: '.-- David--'-"-'-' ((King Davldr>) Jones in a revival ser of cake; candy and ice cream will be his old home at Camden. S. C., being has been. received .In.this city .
Following are the daily ternperOture. .Rev. Dr. D.'Kldd will hold service vice. During his absence Mrs Moon i I. arved, and a general invitation is extended called there on account of the serious of the death of ,Claranc Cain in Tennessee

and precipitation aa in the Episcopal church on next visiting/ relative. in Kissimmee,-Fort to all our people to attend and illness of his father. The doctor will .. It appear that he, In company
i Sunday. Morning; prayer, sermon' ,and Meade Leader enjoy one of the most pleasant evening be absent-about ten days,' during which with another man wa ,walking, alone ,
repored.by the Government holy: communion at o'clock. of the .' .I,
season
? time he will visit some of the noted hospitals the railroad track when-they were accosted
station ai Kissimmee for 'the Mr: and Mr. J. H. Ferguson are ex- 1 of the South, a* welJ as purchase by some officers who were In
I Last Sunday's dispatches "
Mrs. Jas.- T.xMiller and Mrs CarlC. pvcted to return tomorrow from Hen- press tell new instrument for his t
week ending Oct. 6, 1911. many surgicalcase. search of robber, and Cain failing to
Young, two of the reading members derson. Ky., where. .they have been I of the killing: of Herbert Cain, formerly During his absence Or. E. Der- top when ordered wa ;fired upon .and

rat MIN. urn of the; .Haines City smart set were vist spending the summer. Mr. Ferguson of Kissimmee. at Spring City, Tenn,': byshire will. have charge of hi* prac so badly wounded that he died the following -
ton to Kissimmee ort Saturday. will'be!' with the H..C. Stanford Co. by a posse who were hunting' for burg- i tice. day. Deceased at one time lived
93 Ian Young Cain'sbrother ha
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again this winter. goneto .
in this city and his mother and brother ,
wilfbe held
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Next the of the murder ha
Layman' meeting acene and already -
. . 92 66 ... A composed of, Messrs. J. M. till reside here.
Saturday. at Presbyterian church at 8 o'clock, Mrs. T.. C. Analey. of Haines City,. had some of }the parties arrested party ,
Lee M. Katz Ed
,Sunday. . . . 92 65 . and will be led by Brother J. M. Gard- was In the city yesterday, having come Including the Chairman of the County from Robert and a.gentleman -

Monday. ,. . . 93 68 . ner. 'All men and boys cordially invited. thi 'Jar with her sister, Mrs W. S.. Court and a deputy sheriff I I at Southport ackaonvllle'apent, at the foot of Wednesday the- Two when changed hand
71 ... Airth, who was en route to her home thin week, G. Johnston purchased
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As usual Mr. Lee
Tuesday fed his
Frank Duke has sold his pressing at; Live Oak after a visit of a coupleof .County Commissioner Sid Pearce was guestston the agencies for the companies
W ed ellday.. . 95 69 .. club business and will leave tomorrowfor week at Haines City. In the city this week in attendance up- barbecued meat and ,Iota of other represented by 8. H, Bullock and W, J.
,Thursday . .. 93 69 . Fort Pierce where he has secured on the meeting 6f tne Board, and to a good: 1' things-end on returning to the Sean Some of the companies which- %
a position with J. S. Stratton packingand Mr. and Mj e..R. Glover; who are numbered representative of this paper said that. cfty one o\; *.he party was heard to remark will henceforth be represented by Mr. s

e shipping fruit among our regular winter residents times were exceptionally good in the that 'John Lee could. cook the I Johnston in Kissimme are Aetna, Liv--
---,. arrived in the city Tuesday from Basainger; section, and that everybody best barbecued meat and eat more of it erpool-London &; Globe, Hartford Fire
H. M. Breaker & Co. report the sale Decatur, Mich., and are comfortably was looking forward to a big boom when than any man he ever saw.'' Insurance, Scottish Union Norwich

sum of a lot on Summer street to W. M. located in their winter home ,in the the railroad struck there, which would I Union National American, British
Ferrel and one at.the corner of Emmett western.part of the city. be before.. lye summer of 1912 ended. Mr. and Mr. Warren Frace of Char American and other Mr. Johnston I la
i-I' street and Clyde avenue to R. D. lotte. Mich., arrived in the- city last up-to-date attorney of this

Waring. Don't miss the Gypsy Picnic Wednesday Mr. D. R. Blents, who-has tor the .week and will make their permanent' placer we bespeak for him a large '

who for several Oct. 25, jn Reading past two years been head Clerk. in the home here. Mr. Trace, has purchased patronage. .
r i Mr. A, W. Winn.the ice in this opposite New St. Cipud! Hotel St.. dry goods house of C. W. Dann, has property on the Klssimmeo Prairie, but

yeajrs operated' has the plant Cloud, Fla.. under auspice of Eastern resigned his position and will open a\\will reside in Kissimmee until the new Mr. and Mn. "C. A. Tompkins..Mr..
city, and who spent returned past to summer Kis- Star. Full dinner-Il.30 to 2, including grocery store in the brick.block at railroad through that section is completed and Mr. Fred S. TompkIns and Mr.

'New fall goods arriving at A. S. Gil- in St. Petersburg famous Gypsy stew, 25 cents. 41-2t corner of Broadway and Dakin avenue. He is a carpenter by trade and Joles and family of Binghamton. M,
bert's. 39tf simmee on Friday night. Mr. Blenis has made many friends since'' states that while unloading: his tool Y:, eight people in all, arrived in this

There will be no services! in the Presbyterian The date of the expiration of your coming to our city and will make a'1 chest from the train Jie was offered city yesterday and will make their per-
.. T Your credit is good at the! Kissimmee church next-Sunday on accountof subscription Is printed opposite your great success of his new undertaking' work by two different contractors. manent home In this section, the Tomp.

Furniture Company. 41-lt the pastor, Rev. S. S. Snyder, being name on the Gazette or wrapper. Examine \ kinse at Taft and the Joles family at
absent in attendance upon the meetingof the date, and It it reads prior to MrT O. R. Baas, representing the The Florida East Coast Fruit Land Orlando. Mr. C. A. Tompkins :visited
All kinds of school shoes at A. S. the presbytery at Crystal\ Springs. Oct. 6th '11, your time is out, and vou Whittier district on the Board of County Company, which is incorporated under this section last fall and spring and I la'
Gilbert's, 39tfMr. (know we need the money. Commissioners, was in the city Monday j I the laws of Florida for $160,000, has highly pleased with the prospect He

Mr. and Mrs.. F. S. Gilbert, prominent I to attend the regular'monthly meetingof done a good deal of work developingtheir stated to a Gazette representative that t'
Meade ,
of Fort '
J. T. Hancock resident of Kissimmee, spent yehterday An excellent program has been arranged the Board and stated that times I lands The company has just he had another party interested, who ,I,
was in the city last Friday. for the musicale to be held at were more prosperous in his section new
Sunday evening about and
in the city, arriving completed developing a property got cold feet at the last moment
Blue Ribbon ice cream, 'best in town. and registering at the DeSoto.- II the Chapter House next Tuesday evening khan was ever known before, and that five miles from Kissimmee, ...1.. The refused to come but Mr. Tompkins'
at which some of Kissimmee'sbest not a day passes but what some one settlers that now i
81-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. Tampa Tribune. on property are spending thinks his feet will be sufficiently frozen;
musical talent will be represented. buys a lot and begins the construction over $5,000 per month at the town by next spring to cause him to come to iw
Mrs. Bessie Mosely is spending the Mr. W. A. McCool of Beaver Falls, Don't fail to attend. Admission 25 of a house in Whittier.. of Kissimmee. and the merchants of Florida and get them thawed out {

week with friends In Orlando. Pa., i is spending the week in the city cents. Mr. S. B. Aultman has purchased the Kissimuiee appreciate the value of a
looking after his extensive landed interests residence of Mr. E. L. Broadway company that is giving; this amount of
Remember the musicale at the Chap- and orange groves on the eastern There are all kinds and complexionsof Lesley on business to town liketCissimmee. All Large desk blotters tor sale at thia
House next Tuesday evening) shore of the lake. rumors floating around Kis81mmee'acircumambient into which he will move his family i
'ter Mr. residents of Kissimmee are staunch office for 10 cents. t
atmosphere about a new as soon as Lesley can vacate it
The regular; meeting of the Board of Mr. Gabe White will in a few days bank, a shoe factory and a dozen other It is understood that Mr. Lesley will at supporters of their settlement nearby, -- -----
and do
to make it
everything possible
held night. Whittier and establish a con like nature and it is once begin the construction of a hand- g
Trade will be Monday ; move to enterprises of a I for settlers Old newspapers for sale at this office
pleasant} new arriving ate
crete works, having already secured hoped! some one of them will make a some and modern residence on the property
Born to.Mr. l.ndMnI. Geo. Patrick.!: several contracts to build houses at landing. he-recently purchased from Mr,-J"-i KJ88jrnme .--T 91! _lIe_Advocate.! ._ 20 cents a..*hundred- -- - .- --.-- :,-. %
..A.n Saturday,.September 3th( a eon that place with that material. W. 'Miller just north of and adjoiningthe } .
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr. returned -! city limits.J. .
Crushed Rose Perfume the finest The subscription for stock being circulated Wednesday from New York .

on this market. Kissimmee Drug:: Co 31 tf by Mr. A. S. Nelson to establish City, where they have spent the put Emery Rush formerly Daytona, .

a cannery in this city is meeting four months Both Mr. and Mrs. Will- Fla., has formed a copartnership with When In need ot
Mr. -e Wilton Alderman of Bassin- two-thirds of the health and they W. B. Makmson under the firm name
this week. with hearty response, son are in splendid say anything In the way of
ger; spent a few days here required amount having been taken. had a most delightful time in the me of the Kissimmee Furniture Company, "
and took charge of the furniture department ARTICLES
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Mr. and Mrs. Marsicano and daughter ; .
Mr. Dick C. Bowers of St. Cloud : .of the W. B. Makmson Co. ,
here visit from Tampa.
are on a spent Thursday mAhe city and inciden- Mr. J. F. Brown has been appointed last Monday. Mr. Rush is an experien- for myladY'3 boudoir 01'
rparriage staff stenographer for southern ced furniture man, having sold furnitureon mylord' den e k
Attend the Board of Trade meeting ;dally j i purchased a license, special .
Florida Messrs. Underwood & Un- the road for the two and Go to the
and help boost Kissimmee. which will join his lifeAwith that of Miss by past years, ,
Monday night Gertrude Johnson also\ of St Cloud. deirwood of New York city, the firm will no doubt make a success of his new

Mrs. C. C. Younir.. of llamas City, noted for its ability to supply illustra- venture. The Kissimraee Furniture ; OSCEOLA PHARMACY"EY: jy jyt jya
spent yesterday in Kissimmee shopping. The number of traveling; men seen *>n tions of any character from any part of (', '! sell furniture both for
our street these days is exceptionably the world. cash anon the installment plan. i

W-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Mann, of B u>. noticeable which evidently means that {b

Inger were in the city shopping yester- KiSBimmee business {open have. an extra Mrs. C. D. Smith and Mrs. Gardnerof -- -- ..----- -- -----,- J,
day. high financial rating.Mr. Campbell, spent Tuesday in the cityon
business. These are some of the
VMr. and Mrs. Thomas Waring of J. J. Brophy has tendered his people who have recently moved into 'ytC

Lakeland, visited relatives here last resignation:: as general manager of the this section, and they are determinedto .
Friday. Citrus Southern railway,, and it has learn the ways of Florida and makeit
At this writing his successor .
been accepted. home.
a profitable future ,
Judge ar\d Mrs. G. F. Knbbs have has not been appointed.Mr. .

moved to their' Narcoossee home for, the Mr. Sam Ragsdale who can.e here a 4'
winter. R. D. Waring is now cutting:: few weeks ago from Oklahoma has accented -
,_. I a semi-colion on our streets with a new a position with the Osceola phar- '
Mrs. H. E. Cole returned Monday E. M. F. 30 auto, and It is one of the and will have charge of the handsome -

e, from a month's stay with .relatives. at handsomest that has yet .made its appearance macy soda fountain to be installed therein . .

.,,1, -o.' in Kissimmee. being a : .. .'t ,
short time Mr. Ragsdale
i, a . ., I, d .' I" i I
" Mr. W. L. Van Duzor has gone to Miss Madeline. Hill of Narcoossee and mixologist of the firstclass.Mr "'','. '.. '\!1):lh '",'$''fJ':'' 'Ji\'l: ''' &i'"i", \\lWjj1 r'..'<:.,(' .-, '

i"j' New York for a' .few week v rest' and Miss Mamie Strattonof Peghorn passed Ell Bass 'states that he has sold ,' '*. ''\\:: !;Ii," [ h"i\.I) \ i ; _,; ,, . .." .,. .. _.;' . .

",-:0. recreation. through this city Tuesday en route to 169 lots in the Williams Sub-division to 1 .

If it is furniture you need, call on the Orlando, where they will become students Whittier, although the property has ; ..
in the Cathedral school. than five I
Kiasimmee Furniture Company, near been on the market less
41-lt weeks. These lots have been sold for
new depot. Col\ J. L. Moon, who has been ill at $25 to $35 each, but the price from now 7y

A good well established mercantile his home in this city for the past week, on will be $35 and $50 per lot. ...
business for sale Apply to box 316, left yesterday for Atlanta, Ga.? in the ,
Kissimmee. Fla. 37 tf hopes that the change would better his Mr Geo. J. Strickland, agent for the
condition. F, E. C. at Delray, was in the city yesterday ,
The bridge across the big ditch on and made the Gazette office an %
Breaker avenue has been completed and W. B. Crawford is dhe of the attor- appreciated call. George is an old Kissimmee The Colony Distinctive

is now in use. neys for the defense of the Shakers boy and his many friends here
This case worn give Crawford an opportunity are glad to know he is making good in
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Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and to shine at the bar as he has in his new field of labor. \
and we will gait: a drink of the best journalism.-Tampa Tribune 1'
'"T soda water made 31 tf Work is progressing; rapidly on the .l4 .
School Commissioner Willis Chandler, remodelmgof the jail and Messrs. Lud-

See KiBaimmee Furniture Companyfor representing the, Basginger district, was lam & MacDonough, the architects in ,
that range you promised your wife. in the city this week in attendance upon charge; of the work state that they will .
Call on us anyway. 41-lt the regular monthly meeting of the complete the job in six weeks, when ,

School Board. Osceola county will have as fine a. jail 1
Mr. J. F. Williams of Whittier, is
found in almost county in
be any
pending the week in the city attendingto We want to see you if you are think- aa can
the state.
business matters. ing of furnishing your home. NewJrOOd8'

at lowest prices. Kissimmee Geo. M.: Taylor, formerly of KiBsim-'
Editor and Mrs. F. W.. Stalker, of }Furniture Company opera house build- I mee, but more recently of Tiger Bay, -Jr 1I661I.'jJBB-[ .

Orlando Kissimmee, were in the city Sunday.- ing. 41-1t was in the city this week prospecting
Reporter-Star.
for location for a store. He .
a grocery
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Mr. Julian Monsd'ocaof Turkey Ham- "
Mr. J. B. Hale lied family regular rented the store room in North Kissim
a mock, is in the city undergoing medical
Marsh
winter visitor., reached the city last treatment. lie is at the Beaman house mee recently vacated by L. M.
night from Omaha-- III. host Is looking after & Co., and will be ready to begin business -
where mine Bryan J
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furniture his every comfort.By in .. short time. ;;
When you need anything in .
see first of all the Kissimmee Furniture order of the Council sewerage Me8 rs. A. W. Gustus and Robert G. _
house.: 41-lt Johnston, and Miss Elizabeth Johnston s-- -
Company Qpera pipes have been extended 350 feet on '
motored up to Sanford last Sunday and .
Verona street and 230 feet on Sumner
A musicale will be held at the Chapter street. Other extensions will be made spent the day very pleasantly with the

r i, House -Tuesday evening, October fast aa the city's finances will family of D. G. Wagner. They were
as per
10th. Admission 25 cents.. accompanied home by Miss Adalene
I mit. Donegan, who had been spending a few

W' County Court meets on Monday, and Mr. Chas. Moon of Atlanta, arrived days in the Celery City.
the docket is fairly: well filled with
this week in to
) here answer a telegram
gambling and blind tiger cases Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Overstreet, who
; announcing the serious illness\ of his father -
have the in northwest '
summer ,
spent past
Mrst C. L. Hyatt and little son. C. L. Col. J. L. Moon, who, we are gladto Texas, where Mr. Overstreet has l t
much improved at this writing .
for short visit to say, is
Jr., left Wednesday a been engaged in shipping fruits and
:' Mrs. Hyatt's parents at ).ak eland. vegetables, returned to the city Satur-

' Mrs Agnes Bronson this week sold day and will at once begin buying and
,!r Miss Bessie Moseley, of Kissimmee,
her 40-acre farm and near shipping oranges and grapefruit( trom
is the attractive guest of Miss Gean- I orange grove
ette Gordon.-Orlando ReporterStar.I I Campbell to Mr. H, B. Houck, who will this and surrounding points.
at once begin the work of bringing the
lit Miss Imo Morrow has accepted the entire property up to the highest state Mr. J. F. Brown, photographer, has

.. position of bookkeeper stenographer of cultivation. sold the business 'known as "Ye Gift .
N'' in the dry goods house of C. W. Dann. Shop" to Mrs. Pearce but he will still I
,a- Late advices from Mr. R. M. Cheney continue to receive kodak finishing and

o :: Miss Elizabeth Carson left on Monday former manager of the Cash Hardware orders for his photographic business,
i for New York. where She has accepted store, Bring the good news that he is I' and anything left in Mm. Pearce's care '

:' aij invitation to ride in the Glidden tour. very much improved in health and has will be promptly attended: to and appre-
gained fourteen pounds in weight. Mis ciated by Mr. Brown. 41-lt :
) ,f Mr. Hiram Wilcox and family arrived Cheney's many friends hope to see him' ,
': In the city last night from Oho| ?, and back; at his post again ere long. Mr. C. H. Strock and little daughter Kissimmee Valley Land Companyt
J I will make Kissimmee their home in fu : Tresa, and Miss Stauffer Strock, and
- ; 4 ture. News from Jacksonville i la to the effect Mr and Mrs. Frank Ellis, all of To.

M that Senator C. A. Carson is rap- peka, Kansas, arrived in the city last I
Mrs., T. J. Tedder, who has spent idly improving from the serious surgical Wednesday night; and expect to spend I ..

sometime with relatives in this city, operation he underwent at a sanlta.rium '- the winter, and possibly locate perma- I H. B. HOUCK Resident Manager .: '
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her Plant \ ,
to home at City on
o returned! in that' city a few week ago, and nently. They have rented one of Mrs.Tiller's ,., .,'
tf .Sunday that if nothing; unforeseen occurs he cottages on Mabbette street.Mr. vw

.s '. J Mr., H. Fleming, aftera'three month's will Teturn to Kissimmee next week. I i
visit; to relatives and friends-at his oldS Dan Kelly, who came here about KISSIMMEE '. '{-
:home at Athens, Qa., returned to the Accounts from the bedside of Mrs. two weeks ago from Pittsburg, Pa., FLORIDA : ;sAe J;
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. City on Tuesday. Roma Thomas, who is in a -sanitarium and associated himself with the Osce {t- ,. 'f,1' "
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t ... at Orlando' are to the'effect that she i la ola Hardware Car ha* purchased two '. '\ ':;

:: ,j* Misa, Elizabeth Donegan, who baa rapidly regaining her health and unless lot in Fanner' addition to Prospect .. :":"
f' <'" been apending the pact two week in something unusual ocean in her condition '. Park from Mr. 'W. H. Farroek,, and v"t. .
"' Sanford, retained yesterday ber ;'BhsrwHl be able tolrebim: to her will shortly begin the construction of a ..,

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"ing bidders in Kissimmee and ..
surrounding country that I.have Osceola Pharmacy Mrs.. Martha L Pearce tomes to OsceoiaLi.irn'berr.
Office over ,
I ;w/l4 forthe succeeded well in known Retting brand the,'agency'CheroBke -<'. P ONES"., t t Residence 53 : ,AND OIL ROADS. . 'an End: ''After Short Illness. *' : ;,' :

It will (Ollice 148PHYSICIAN I
Cement Plaster .
4 go On tha 26th
Thursday, of September, '
*
,. farther; make a harder wall ahd i" "I '
b 1 better wall, spread easier and' the angel'of death visited the home of : Company'9r

..give better satisfaction,than- . '" -'-'-- -Giro= Good :'Results" Mrs-Martha. EJEearcn, "on,the bank of :>,-- ;
found to In
'
< other brand made. Every sack W WI: '( \ the historic Kiaalmmee river and claimed '

i( h'\' backs guaranteed. One million$15.00 dollars ton."f' . . *, '' California. the soul of that. nost noble and lovable .-----'- -DBAI-ERS IN- ._-----.--' ?lt:I

up guarantee. ."',,- -". . ", .-- n ., old lady and.ber remains were laid .r 0.
;
B. DICKERSOM, Cntractor ml PoNder Re li>BHriPnoN!: !:S3 -, EIIUI.- ,, to real the following day in the family Rough"andpressedLumbe !

lit ': :; OrricB! PPONK!:D7. FiOUDA. burying ground at Baaalnger in the ,

li I ',;< j MIXTURE IS WATERPROOF presence of large'eonCOUrs8 of sorrow ,..'14
t I ,
I yr'" THOMASON ing
"Ay yr'I' Fey friends and relatives. Deceasedhad WINDOWS DOORS "
t '; eauereAadork been sick and while ,
ten
aeueuel a only days, "

\ : r M. TILLER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON B.tt.r I an \'8oundo. Roads, Known as Very aged, still her death was unexpected SHINGLES, LATH,-BRICK, LIME :

,. i "Prot.ot.d" Macadam, Raault From' as she always enjoyed the best s .

; Real Estate Agency. Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 This New Method of Construction.. of health. WORKSGENERAL
--., ---- ---------1 Mrs. Pearce had lived in the place in NOVELTY'
Dirt< and 011 Reads Ar Rapidly B. ,
j ...m%.mm. mmm...m..*..mmmmm..mm< T)R. B. D. WIENENGA Ing Abandoned. which she died,for the past forty years, ,

ij J f t t Realty bought and sold. and there are few old residents in South BUILDING MATERIALb
I VETERINARIANSTOCK For oil and liquid asphalt
many years
Florida but who knew her. She was of ,
; i : Houses rented. II'I" TREATED FOR bare been used for road construction 'that
stock
of who endured
} Taxes paid and Titles' verified lit, ALL DISEASES: In various localities ,,through the sturdy hardships and women trials of the early- ar' j* Free Delivery to All Parts of City ..r< ,t. wx:

j 'ig Fire for Life non-residents.and Accident In- II' Day)o.l1ht. 'f J 7 IM ORLANDO FEA. out the United States, the most proml- days of this part of the state, and many C

lit vent.,perhaps, being the stato of California were the time, that-the Seminoles have
' surance. :! There' hundreds of milesof
J' I / many
't been made her
' 'J'. Indemnity Bonds. N. L BRYAN roads have been treated with as happy through generosity. . --- .. ----
1)R. ------- -- --- -
It fell to her lot to be helpmatein
1\ a .. .. ... > *rvt phallic olla of various gravities varying a
.. . ... M"V
J
I: .\ DENTIST according to the product b *tbe dif- fact to her husband, and on numer-

tJ r. .- ferent oil fields and applied accordingto ous occasions she protected the family
'
; 'f :Squires Building:
, New York Avenue Ideas presented by various engineersand property against maurauding bands of

: :. FLOAIDA road builders says P. B. Clark, both Indians and whites. No one ever H. C. STANFORD'COMPANY
; ST. CLOUD
Man I
"
The Home Bakery : ---. former engineer of Los Angeles coun sought/ help in vain at the home of Mrs, ,

1 J. W. SIMPSON ty.The Pearce, and many a weary traveler has
',. ;, Takes this opportunity to thank' DH. mont prominent method bas found rest and comfort at her hands. Carrie. an. Complete a Line of
been to deposit the oil upon the surface -
: the good people Of this city for DENTIST. of a dirt road which bad been She was not of this latter day, but con- .. ,

' :r their liberal patronage and would lu. Katz Building previously graded and borrowed, let- tiued to live as she did in the days when DRY GOODS, NOTIONSFURNISHINGS -
Upstairs
t also take this means to say that the true, of neighbors
U a. m' to 12 m. tlnglt stand from three to four days friendship your
x ) ; : our limited facilities for making OFFICE HOURS: f f I:30: to 5:30: p. m, until some of the lighter portion bad and not;golden dollars was the priceless -

i 'Ii:' goods will prevent (for awhile) our Telephone No. 71) Jun 5, Ivr. soaked Into the soil as well as evapo-- treasure all good men and women sought "

f J general delivery all parts of the rated. The road was then gone over to obtain. SHOES and CLOTHING
t and will be w. W. CARSON with a harrow so as to break up the '
r ; ; city. Quality variety Dn. Mrs/ Pearce passed over the river .
.iI\\ allow It mix with the .
oil cake and to
; p maintained always.: Our nice| DENTIST surrounded by her nine children five
.
earth In _six:: or seven days after the .. can be foaad In 1..1..d Hot-Ida
4 sons and four daughters, one of whomis
.
first oiling the road was given a second and sell themAS
; HOT ROLLS and BISCUITSfl; [ Office over Cole's Jewelry Store County Commissioner Sid Pearce- ,
'1 application of oil This In turn
Also HOT BREAD Office (Hours: 8-15, 1-5 and no death has ever occurred in this
was allowed to stand as before, then CHEAP AS ANY
Office 158
phone
,
and afternoons harrowed The road then sprinkled county that has caused more sorrow
{ "I will be ready mornings : Residence 21: was HOUSE IN AMERICAH.
c/t/ ,> and a nice variety.of PIES with water and after that had and heartaches. When the message .
and soaked In and the surface dried to a reached heaven that Martha E Pearce o f
I and CAKE Parties Wedding DERBYSHIRE, M. D,
171
J. v _Uj. depth of about one Inch It was thoroughly was no longer of the living a place wrs
d\ a specialty.
I: .
t
roller.
rolled with a light -
: ordered prepared th.ception of
Il Special attention given to the Where' the climate Is such! that rains
the soul of a real for .
A. SMITH treatment of Women andj ..aID come only In a certain son son of the C. STANFORD COMPANY
.
l ,v DARLINGTON AVENUE Children. .-T*. = year and l then only In manger quantities I ;
It Is needless! to soy (lint this bas Card of Thanks. I
al Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184. been an excellent method for keeping Kissimmee Florida
X 24 3motpd 1 down the dust. Hut t-omlitlons' like \\e take leis means of returning our I .
most heartfelt thanks to all our friends
trafficIs
everything else nre changing;
W' C. BASS r. A. VANS AONBW W B CRAWFORD increasing!: and where It was at first who so kindly administered to our wants .

t, -\ TANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW belied Unit the oiled dirt road was and gave us their full sympathy duringthe - -

4 i' Wholesaleand Retail to Lfe one (hut would lust for tnnuyyears illness and death of our mother, '

I' the anticipated results hnnot Martha E. Pearce. W. L. W V
.
!), Dealer ir. .
'0 Offices, : ,I-I-ficltl/ciiH lljinlt HnlMhiE/ been realized THE CHILDREN DUZOBil I[ :; >3 ]
ar y Kissimmee Florida In California with all of Its rolled -_._- enne hp.ButIe P :

: 'I 1 'Fresh Beef Pork and *of oiled dirt rond the method of mixIng :: Subdivisions Wanted.We .
,
dirt and oil la rapidly being abandoned -
.. I.. MOON H. D..OBIOICH: want subdivisions suitable for .
I and In its place Is appearing a town lots anywhere in the United !
;f : I Million MOON & GEIGER new road having far better and sound States. What h"ve you /got? BARBER SHOP''
er methods of construction. This class BLAWCHARD FRANTZ REALTY Co.,

; I?'" ,,\ PHONE 4A.Sprigg. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW of road I H not Qnly appearing In the 39tf \ __ .Huntington' W. Va. Real Estatei ,
4 u, .\. .. state of California from one end to the --- i Cold Drinks &
Office State Bank Building Florida Maps. Cigars
-- -- other, but in many of the states east I r
J KiSsimmee. Florida
of the Rocky mountains they are findIng Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley
I i i - -- that sphaltic oil and various otber Gazette office a pocket map of Florida Kissimmee, Fla .
;?: FlemingCLEANING 1 address in the
G F. KRIBBSATTORNEY products of the refineries have excel will United be States.mailed to We any can also furnish KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I

4 len cementing and waterproofing qual- .
FLA. t at $1 each and I
AT LAW KISSIM.MEE, maps of Osceola county ,
will be to estimate
1 "-- --- glad on sectional maps
,
: PRESSING Examination of Title a Specialy. ,,;' .''1}<(' .t CH M '''*; . .: of any kind.
.' _....!.....
' .... -DYEING ."" Notification. non-residente and payment given careful of taxes of i Large-desk; blotters-- tor *sale- at this ,Why Don't- You'Subscribe? $1 a Year

f REPAIRINGLeave attention.; :
,
,
r. .....:.._.---,-- ,-,.-T---b ,, ;" ", ,. _" -- ",
; A' . : ; - - - -
W' word at my house and clothe ROBERT G. JOHNSTON '
l h. I will be called lor and returned. .
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i Satisfaction Guarnnteec ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEE ,

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Y I.01 IH C MASKI-Y: T. ,',,TON WARLOW.i i i '

i' : S.H.BILIOCK Law CountM! for Judge of the ATOMIZING OIL MAOHINK.Itlfs ;
Florl ,lt. U t'omm. Crirninul I'uurtM Protection

. when mixed with milled atone,
ASSEY
& WARLOW
; thus forming' n modern road knowu as .

s .. REAL ESTATE ATTORNEYS AND! COUNSELlOSAT oiled or protected macadam

\ r 0 .....,.,.".".,.".,.".,. LAW In LosnI.'I./ ."* count, Cal! many to your house, burn or fence with
:' miles of these modern oil or protected
' tt INSURANCEExamination Practice In all the Court of the >Male and of
.it. the United St..ti-u. nlxu before the FloridaItallroadCommineiun inuciidam roads are being constructed good paint Is the best insurance you .'.
tra
\ and the Intcmtate Commerce
.
o Commh..ion I Like many other atuteB California hasa obtain remember t the best Is'I
can
) of Titles ai ;
11-11 1 CHARLKMTON Bl IKl. ORLANDO FLA. law by wlitib any county may obtain I

i \ HI 1 yr its own highway commission, under always the cheapest in the long run.A .
Specialty. whose. supervision tha various highways .
r added to the
few cents gallon
1-->-. selected" may be Improved from per

.1 t Corresoonde.nce Solicited. W. S. HARWELL funds realized, from the Bale of bonds first cost means years added. to the -
voted for that particular
,. purpose. the work. We sell
life and looks of
The heavy asphaltlc oil used in the
{ '
REAL ESTATENotary
Diminution of these highways IS applied the best paint made, and its name isMastie

P1''; flORIDA,REAL [STATE FOR SALE Public at Large ,, with In a various new WilY devices After laud experimenting methods '

.a Office in Beaman Building that finally selected and adopted Is to
:it Beautiful winter home epee situated
KISSl !\;MtiK. FLA.PERSONS apply! the heavy oil by forcing It on
i in the Lake Region oj Florida. 1 11 F
the road under pressure of not less
: 'Trucking and Farming. Lands in largeor I than thirty pounds per square' Inch. Ft
VL
r' t'<
small tracts. 'For' this purpose both the highway \ .

CITY PROPERTY SPECIALTY I commission", and the various contractors
t a ( ;desiring facts re are using a new type of road oil- .
t -
List your property with me for !Quick ing machine Steel tank wagons hold-
to climate, soil,
I ."alt'. Ing between LUIS) and 1,100 gallons of ,1'.4
,
pomological products agricultural -
J
'r" t heated oil are used to convey the oil .
H. M. Breaker.& Co. products or flora and from the oil pit to the road where the <
fauna of Fla. ask Mrs. Summers;
atomizing machine, as they are called OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.

-- -2i : Box 17S KISSIMM E. ELI.'I1 .. if"you want a farm, city property are connected to the tank wagons.
or acreage ask Mrs. Sun mers of The method of applying the hot oil ot
_. S. L. LUfFER Manager -
a -- The Elite Realty Parlor, Lake- or liquid,,binder with those machines

+? L. cO..A..LL 1S'J.ERKlssimxnee's: view Cottage, S. Kissinunee box consists in pumpipg the oil from the

: 666, Kissimmee, Fla. tank wagon and forcing it through the .
I1r specially constructed nozzles of tbdlstrlbut..r.
"VV"ell Driller
where it 1s atomized and 'JI
+ 'rapidly deposited on the stone The
l Is prepared" to drillARTESIAN
...
-''ot ixi
work accomplished with these atomlz

a & WELLS Ing machln> has been most sntlsfnc

tory not only on account of the rapid

t t' in any section of }Florida. JENKINS: & WOODIIAM ity with which the oil is deposited, bui '
I LUMBER LATHS MOULDINGS' SHINGLES
,,1,_ from the fact that the distribution faso
-
I even. I .. d ,
Tt, I Ir Tan years oi successful Well .
I Road Mad of Lathar. f.et r .
r 1t Drilling is a.Guarantee of my
) Ability to produce the best I After nearly a yeara road made of j I
x results. Surveying and leather waste'treated with tar atIlandswortli. l ,

Birmingham England, .
... shows practically no signs of wear. .......' I .

?T TWO AND FOUR 'INCH DraftingOFFICE Heavy wheels make no impression on '(Formerly McNair &S n) "rI (

WELLS A SPECIALTY it, and It la a comfortable material for '
fi ( horses to tread on. Waste leather .' pyal-Upckurch.Buildine .iI1eFJorida, ...;t f

t .--r [IN FRATERNITY HALL; which was shredded until it virtually I Shipment*made to any part or the state, :, Our atoclola made from the best timber in Florida, is well man'I"' .

t. P. a.sox 3442Clssl3aaz23.ee became a pulp was treated with bl- ufactured and carefully} graded, and our facilities, ,for filling orders. for carload lots are exceptionally good. i '
tunven-and tar. It 1* stated that hitherto ;> ,_ 'It M, > I r
oxtda KISSIMMEE.. FJ.A DO'. real use has been topndt for

1 fe'' 4'A -leather wtste.-London Dally Mali -Ii- ,, .a '::1 ,. "*1' :: ", ,"1f' 1- :' -l 1 t)
Y' ; ' ,.h ." wk .
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'1-1" (.'. ,' .111ft, 1, ,, "'t""r .. .I :r .. ...
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Trite VER- l )OtOtOCOCQQQroOtaooelOOoJOaOXIOOtI l : :
... .. and ,Truthful GIVE YOUR d JOCJOQoOOC'
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C. A..CARSON, J.: .L cAfrrORD.. ;.S.L.LVPraa '
--- q
.' A', FAIR ?.Id.nt. Via-ptwktenl. g.eryp, v
\ ,BY OLD PROVERBS.* CHANCE: .r

r '1ft "
t ,i For Sale R2T8acre'farmabodt ,Good la constructiveTo Stop DrnrriDI It will Calomel;" DoJ on'a" :

,, I 1I ,' Lirer-Tcne. a Yeretabla' Liquid ] KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. : .
2,.mlles-from Ste Cloud and I (ryth, there.Is no error, .

JrtJ..1-.ft11!*' from.. railroad I tatlonijcbool! land:J.OO., '. -' Medicine,Work_ ,Without Harm., ...j
....
'k'The"very principle l error.l is destroy If;,your,liver slops working it i la amle
ohurch'a '
yards frorrj? the residence1; quarter mile; 5. take' -and,
live, to try to :whip it into action with

roomed house; business house; stables;; orange grove, '_.. doses..of.calomel. :, .

etc: :-We want a quick buyer for'this at 4 bargain'pride: : You aufferin,, proPortionto your ignorance It is so, much'simpler and safer to NiioDr tIiBE

We also have 10 acres across the road from the Wisdom has three phases-good, Cure your liver troubles with the pleasant -p

better and beet, : pasting liquid, Dodson'a Liver-Tone fi/
above, about one-4hird: in. bearing grove mostly grape- the'
f You-can-get> a large bottle at KU- -
fruit. Lots of stables, sheds, etc. 2 wells, small Crime 'depends: so largely ;;the simmee Drug Co. for fifty cents and:

house belonging with this just across the road. -. state of' health that(It would'almost fade eveiy member of the family can use it. HOUSE BILLS A:

Many other splendid investments. away if every man, woman and child Godson's Liver-Tone is an all vegetable SPECIALTY

NELSON REALTY CO. possessed good health. m liver medicine that starts the -liver ,to
-. ,
act within a few hours and has. no bad a0pOr10t>)IOt10t10t10t)Ot101f01NOtt01ytaOtfOrldlOttOtap >)IOg0110'>tOr
For SaleA If y'ou enthrone Christ you must dethrone ; after-effects. No restriction of your

the devil.. t habits or diet necessary. .......... ............. '

6 roomed hoJse less than three, blocks from The Kissimmee Drug Co. guarantees EMIL MACH t
For our legislators to fritter away It to be a perfect substitute for calomel .. ERNEST.M4CH
the Courthouse, with 7Sxl 5O feet of ground, chicken .A&tUU..4ercl OII,Ce. _
the time chewing the old rag of "reCI- and will give you your money back if s
house, wood shed, well of good water 12 or 15 splen- procity" and 'tariff reform" is a crime you are not pleased with the'medicine.! I : JY.ICa: : EROS.

did bearing orange trees loaded down. with fine fruit, against church, homeland native land. Get a bottle instead of calomel next I 1Z

also ornamental shrubbery in yard. North and east Livery' Z
Christ has been preached to the world -- -- --- : Feed and Sale Stable
front. neighborhood. For quick sale in spot time.CHURCH
for two thousand years and there la today
cash $1250 gets it more helpless, dependent aud indigent DIRECTORY /.7 Agt. International Harvesting, Co. :

We also have a nice large lot 874x150 feet. people in the world than ever be- i "
.1' Tr7r KINDS:: :a: .A.- )
c72I3A'l7ZINC: : : : +. :
fore. "The have the gospel
North and east corner beautiful view of the lake. One poor a BAPTIST. ..

block from the Courthouse. Good neighborhood. Price preached unto them. fiuhyan Stephens, pastor. / Everything new and first class. We render. prompt and Ma '

$'r50. Terms if desired. 2 good houses could "be Mental conception must precede man Sunday- ./ satisfactory? service day or night .

built on this property. ual construction. Bible School 9.45 a. m. / ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT S' lir

We have some beautiful lots in Eureka addition Preaching 11 a. m. and 7;45 p. m.
"One cup of healing oil and wine, B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p.. pr. : Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 Z
Lots selling fast and considerable 'building Theseare f

large lots, very cheap on monthly payments.We J One Is thrice off'ring more laid grateful.on mercy's Lord shrine to Thee, Mondayafte Communion-2d( rd StUnday.Sunday). ....................:......

also have some 2 acre and 5 acre farms in 1 ban lifted eye or bended knee. Woman's MTss. Union-Devo. 3p.m. ---- . --- -

Pinedale for sale on favorable terms of payment at ;:- Wednesday, (after 1st Sunday) ).
Tell l your something to make '
neighbor Wosrf': Miss. Union-Social, 3to5pm
V\ have 5 farm fenced and
popular prices. e a acre ...
him cheerful instead "o"T BHying "cheerup Thursday-
cross fenced in cultivation and some young trees '''''' '
old boy. Prayer meeting 7:00 p. m.
planted out. Just ready for someone to erect a delightful j Visitors, always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. Ideal Fertilizers

home, have the advantages of school, church If you wish to see a manlsmile\ whenhe .
is almost dead say, "1 am ready to "
good markets, etc. / .
pay you that little bill.
We also have splendid stock farm to s'ell. Thisis S. S. Snyder, pastor. Bent

at a bargain price. Particulars "to- interested par- We are two per&onaU'tiea-one that Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. :S. l

and thwonewe pretend to Nelson, superintendent.Church .
ties. We have some fine Park Garden 'property' we really are To gain a place on our regular list a formula must not only pro q P
be. Our n..ijhbo"r1J'nderatands the first Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. duce results, but results with a PKOFIT. The user of fertilizer
where flowing wells are assured and best of soil. character. Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m. considers the effect on his pocketbook.-the REAL result. .

All] kinds of Florida] homes and investments._ Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.00p. IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the right effect, for it works '
In the! strong 'apparently! indestructible ... .- with Nature. The preference of each class of vegetation 'for Its '
Correspondence solicited. source of plant food is carefully studied as well as the proper lr:
meshes of evil) all are more or Visitors most cordially invited to all tions to give perfect balance-no lack, no waste. propor"J,

l Ieli caught and pain, unhappiness and Cervices. With proper application of proper food, vegetation outgrows
misfortuue wait on mankind. diseases and inserts to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous,
produces fruit that is pleasing to the eye.ansI palate, and brings '.
NELSON REALTY CO.1 t METHODIST. financial returns pleasing to the grower. .. i
Is happiness, secure prosperity and :" -
Wm. H. Funk, Ph. i> pastor. Da not lose the maximum profit abiding peace a foolish dream? ? plant food from improper sources. IDEAL stands for PROFIT. p
KIKSIMMHK. KI.A. I Sunday School 9:45: a. m.-Prof. R.
Call on our local agent ,
M. Evans, superintendent.
/ There is no evil in this world which is
Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30p. WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO.
result of and if
\ not a ignorance we
m. or address ,,
were teachable, experience would give .
--- -- - -- -.- - -- Boys League 1.30 p.m.
- .us knowledge that would banish them .. iDe. '
away. Junior League 2 p. m. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.JaFtrid;

I Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m.

Gen. prater service Thurs. 7:30: p. m.
A want ad in the Valley Gazette always .q
4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4VIA brings results and all it costs is Holy communion ever lat Sunday.You it r
l five cents a line. are cordially invited to each of -
-, -- .
- these services. ...................................... \....a................... .\=. '

.. -- $600 CHRISTIAN. WHAT IT MEANS. i..

ATLANTIC COAST LINE PER ACRE PROFIT FROM ,ONIONSTo Preaching at'11' a. m. and 7:45 p.m> between =
loth.HArketC.rden.raantTrucker.of !
PTOT Bible School 9.45 m-C. E. Yowell ..
'Iurldathat there. iii big money in OnIoD8. w. a. i A BA1&\ K'9 CAPITAL" AND 8UBPLUIJ'J.; ( 1,1
.. / / will give to every person sending'u. their n..l6.ALBJlANUbt superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant i I I.lbs fund thai. protwU the depositors. from loan, therefore. the larger U Is the !
and addmw. a park!StLhCTHTVAIKlPRIZETAKEH nice of our superintendent .'. i.' ,,: ,, ,'. greater. protection llie depositors ni... Thli bank baa a" ''., :....iJ ;'"
,('lIpll.lof .'....>.*...,.. . . ci: : I
,Dixi'e Flyer ""Seminole Limited""South' free of eh........ and ONION will viva SEED the person growing Christian Endeavor s .every, ,': Sunday. ,,,::)'k'. ', '] .. hnrpluanod. .. the Heavioot and Beat Docen Onion*_Prize evening at 4.30 p.. m, ' : ,Mockholdonliability ........................,6e,00000', ..

) I ,, of all/ $,you"fl.OU.have There to do jn...to no Bend.trlo..your.tiM name to thlaofTer and addreitu -; Prayer meeting: and choir practice every .. A total of .. .-... .. .. .. ... .. ..im.000 00 J 1i
Atlantic Limited""Montgomery and we will nit only aend you tho seed bucomplete < Thursday at 7.30 p. m. / c"h.b; mean*that we must loon fl fOOO,00 before our depoalton. oonld I.... a r
tlirectiunH for gnawing the crow and wll l > protortlon In for YOU i
you how you can make $nHI per acre fromt
b c m. 'I hm la one of the few crops that will do '
Route"I woll on new land and for thin rcutMin should f>nporlally EPISCOPAL.Kev. STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE I
.I'.J to new "ettl".\ in all curb of the --or-
a ""\Jlh. Write un todayKlflUIIIA David D. Kidd rector. / Kt.. .. _. = ,
IMMeargLO
IlKI'A"1 M MINT :: aIOA.
I Pullman Cars from Chicago St Louis, Cincinnati!, Indianapolis, Louisville ALEXANDER SEED CO. AUGUSTA.41't OA Servicj-s every-second and fourth Sun- C. A. ('AK OS JOHN M. LEE:!: N. B. CARltON .tCaahUr hPl l
'. day at 11:00: a. m. Presidcut Vioe-Prenldent
Nashville Atlanta. to Jacksonville. : J
Birmingham
I Communion 2nd Sunday at morningservices. ........................ ..........................................! i
I r ni
y
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DINING' CAR SERVICE Guild meeting every first Tuesday.


For further information write to I THE PARKa Advertising i Long Phone Distance 296 '
New Hotel for Sale or Lease.
J. G. KIRKLAND Division l'usHl'nKer Agent 1

Tampa Fla New Hotel located in one of the fastest _
I growing towns in the state. This is the '
, .. :: : = hotel is only 75 feet distant from the saying right thingat

N.. Saunders, I _.. depot tains 26 located rooms in above new, with brick refreshment block, con-. the right timein L

and dining room'on the ground floor.
A. ROSE, Proprietor
BUILDER' lo'umiture'Snd fixtures are all new and the right wayWe Y
"IIIJGeorge Uyto-date. Can be leased for period
with privilege of five
I '" One Block West make a specialty! of
planning.
I I "Eagle" Engines years additional. 'Splendid opportunity preparing
I aiolliw Fin Edlquilher---, I for a first class hotel I man to secure a literature and conducting campaigns for
ol Depot Land Companies, Boards of Trade Munici-
:: FLORIDA business that will pay from the day of ,
palities and Individuals
i opening. A large number of travelingmen by

RATES $1.00 A DAY, OR $6.00A visit this place every day in the
year, and the town is filled With tour
WEEK FOR ROOM ists during ,the winter months. Full IADVERTISERS
ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter Park particulars to interested persons. Call:
'>,. J AND HOARD on us early if you are interested in a J' '*
OLDEST COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA proposition of this kind and we will.
TAMPA 4
College; Academy Music EElpreasloe, Fine Arts Do- show you the pro erty.H. FLORIDA i
M. BREAKER & Co..
mestic and Industrial Arts, .BuHlnesH., Normal
Twelve. building, *,iir doriu U>rl/ *., eepnr.Ip'rouns.t.rn. (< bent ,,1.'Irll'lIlIb'.. I - ...
are ,roeotlon. fine \m".llIm. no nialnrl, quurt< r million c!Julin"",I.."merit
Fourteucher.ntmuffle toe otftaii. tl, KOI ptnnoit. twoj ...."))1110.. ,horn.ciasa Mrs. W. H. FarmerSuccessor I t '1
BuDerb-new room* for fiuM t*"" SrhW 1, full Ninkinjf nil' |lynn.ul|. lhirroughe adding The 'Kissimmee Library.The C. I, ItTET, ,.... .. I rfflFrEI, M>...
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-- subscribers list of four hundr..dbookIt
Laken a over
,'' beating: : ewllnnipg: ' golf tnla. loot I all. basket ball; for ,un.ellthe ,4 KISSIMMEECONSTRUCTION 1'
I yearn'. ehangdoaa of Mtato ill bHBV bull. by the best authors, any or all of ; ;
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For ('alaloHao,..<]dri'>* ,..M. t-. BLACKMAN Ph. D.. LL U. President; I for only $2, which secure a. single I O'U All THE TEM +: COMPANY 4

andChildren's membership,, or $5 for a family membership I 2 50 to 3.6'l'r day. :J: ,
-- .. <':apt. Trench the librarian MANUFACTORY OF ALL KlNDB Or
, will issue you a membership card for c Special by week or month. I f! 9
, HATS the above amount. Library in State Cement, Granite and Marble
H. W THURMAN Prep R. 0 PORTER, MfT.M .
Bank
. EVfRY; : SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES 25 Cents .. .. building.: 8-tf ++++++++++++ ++++++++n+ I,I MONUMENTAL WORK I
SUCCESS THE SAME WAY- down to 7

I Which i U Less than Half ,Price' C. W. GriffinFAMILY Make Plans and Specifications'.''
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ht Do want to be successful J. W. THOMPSON kinds of >: **!
, you Start saving now. Put your money in flW|
..-- F Groceries CONCRETE. BRICK 4

.. CITIZEHS BANK OF KISSIMMEE I The Tlorlda Grower I I and WOOD BUILDINGS j. +

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: A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If IT. 2M. Head lOc fur a ton bum trialittbicrlptloa LICENSED EMBALMERS
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t , r " For several weeks'we have been LOT SIZE rPRI Jlj':

M , adT rtisiog' quietl and withoqt Cape' Breeze on the Shore of Lake TohopekaligaThere 50x186 ' 400 .

tf s f fBV running any: bluffs; that we are / . 2': : : : : : : .:F:=:': .

+ 1 Improving the.lake front.of.fl.ur ..... . . . . ""' ,.. ,. ....... ;

,. ., 'of . . ... . .. ....;;. 400
w city. 6 . . 6OX185..1...... .400

ir . . ,.. I 7 ". . .r.. . 6OX185. .. ....to 400""

4 .. yieg __ _..., .. . . .. .... /' I; ., ; ..' ,. .. .. 8.? ry. . 5Oxl85 .1...... .' 1400'' ,
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.- W.ire not fl around "coaxing - - - -I S r. .. b S 11 J .",_ ,r" I =x ". .... 9 . ... . 95xl85. .uia ..-" 600.1.:

1 r anyone to buy a_ lot; because .' 0.0. : Ass ;d'if. ' : ". ,10' SOLD;
.. VOl 4. _/ '. y. 11 . . . l00x1l0..\...r.w 650

", _-- ..-j-, . .. ..we. know-are U finished at when,.'ourjmprovements the demand-_- -_--_, --__ .." -"'... ...,."..,,..,.D 5' .. ... o"Y: AI&A I ..... ',' ,. ' .. -- . -\..'-_-' __ _. ..,,. '"--. .-.-'"...-=' ;:::.;. : .h-..=_-....._.,..._..,......_-....-.12.,on._._._.. l00x110 '.",'' ''"""'. .'650 ..;0.
",r o. ...--'Ii vr.-// : ; : 100 110.-; 15O.
wdlbelfreaterthantbeeupply., '. . ;-' .. .. L : :: : : : 100 110'. . . . ,'150 .

V 16. . . . 1DOxll0 . ... '750 I
,sin ., .; -' .//., "' .' 17 . :. : . 100x110 ... ... :,4 7'.

are a lot of men in Kis- !II D' ('' .' 18 . . . . l00xUO . .. .. 75d''
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wiser than !Iii ? 19' SOLe ,
simroee-presumably
LJ i 75xl50. . . . 600
I rX I 20 . . . .
-- are-who swear that our plans 4Jc f 21 SOLD "

b'I ti: are impracticable. @: ,e = .. a 22 . . . . 75x150. . . . 600

., 23 . . . . 75x160 . . 600
1 --- -- troea/esv 24 . . . 75xl50 . .. . 600't

j Meanwhile we are going along 25 . . 75xl50. .. ; 600'

x doing our work and accomplishing 2 "",'; ..J : 26 SOL D : : :

.. the one thing that can make l! g.;. 1.Ustn'8r. ty 6' CetrlfifM r 28 : : : : : : : : 7bx160 : : : : : : : =.

our town something more than a Q &+A'r fo1go-1 ';;; rA, 0 29 . . 75xl60 . 650

v pinewood settlement. ., 100"I/ 30 . . . 75xl50. . . . 0 600
I" .. 31 . . . 75x150 . . . . 600
I _'_ 'r J.Wi!! Q '! . 600
fib <;; D. [.J s 32 . . 75xl60 :
'' the week Mi\ L.-JJI"rl': ,, 33 . . . . 75xl60" . . . 600r
't 0. . . . 600
E. L. Lesley showed hie appreciation 4i 36 0 75xl50 . . 650
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.e f< of our efforts and his confidence 36 : : : : : : 75x150 : ; 700

'4 in Cape Breeze by purcha. I 4r 2 j2 37 . . 75x150 . . . 700
i I '. b 2a . . . . 75xl50. . . 700
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( ing lots 10, 50, 51, 64. ,- 68. 70. J
!i 6IJ I 39 . . . 75x150 . : : 700
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r ? 40 SOLD
J. I 0 '- 2L . . . 600
c I : S 41 . . . 75x150.
I the same time'Mr. A. G. G q 27 s 42 . . .75)(150 . . . 650
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Hamilton has bought lot No. 21-

," I ,}: making 17 lots already sold.' P r 'i f1h 44 . . . . s.w f60D. . . 650

", 1-11 ., --.. --- 0 sw 1 '/JH 1 2y 46. . . . 6Oxl60 . 660f
. . . . 650 IJ -
47 . . . . 60x160' 1'i
:;t, tt,f;' Our barge is built and ready to r ,, Jn 48 SOLD

Ii } receive the dredge, which is expected ; NA/BO LANE 49 SOLD

1 f any day. Gil Goal/ ', t 65(11 SOLD SOLD

.- s. or" ss 4'S'S' .r>< y v. 62. . 75xl65 600
.' I"f m a 53. 75xl65 . . 600
e "1 ((1 This dredge will deposit ,180 J3 54 : 75xl6& : : '600

r If cubic yards of earth per hour x J9 rr : . . 75xl65 . 600
the /2 W m tu :/i 92x165 . . . 800
and willl fill Breeze to ;
i f} Cape PLAN_ of CAPE_ BREEZE_ : L4 G s t.2 G/ '-D.s-; I s7 I 57..... 12hxl65. . 800
.' desired level in two months orless j
r roH . . 75xl65 6iO
and central l of Pd rr ir o
I / Fart 9 JL r.9 . 75xl65 . 650
)HISSIMMEFI FLORIDA. Q' NEL' LANE m 7 xl65. . . . 650
o - 1 f .1 1\1\ 75xl65. . . 650

a y s+iowin9 ''ocotj,," of.In !:. ,r. ..Ipol; b".rdin .5" O 4 cS' 7Z. 7 6 i2.\ 75x16 660Jl
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no impress you I\i\:; : . 75xl65. . 650
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with any suggestion: of great: 'L: tt for 'soil' h.. 73GL 77 N \' liI SOLD
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wisdom within ourselves but it . 6fi SOLD

does seem to us that anyone LUDLAM- V, .."I"!DONOUGH. OwNeRS /6 .1 *, 7 71'O \ 1\7 fdi\ .. . . IhOx175 lOOx175 .. . 900 900

went; of these lots would A t
b adveonents beautiful T loHe-front IiOMeSITS'y. : 7s t. :hw SOLO
y .. ,. take K a of the present P k ), 6JJ SOLO

tV >. and get them at lowest prices with imp.oyem.n-ta. Gfs a r 8 Z 70 SOLD
/f L_ qs 71 SOLD
,. .I'. a z 72 14IJxllf) . 1100

/ 73 . . SOxlSO . . . 9 O'LUJJLAM'

c .. 74 . . . 80x1141 . 900k
9.r Ao ; 75s 811x180 900
k VP 76 . . . . 1111x80x180; 1200I
+ -" .. BDUt-E / 77 . . 850
1 +' I h1ERMA10 7H . . . . HOxlHO 850
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MACDONOTJGIIOWNKRH '" -J 0 79 95xlO! 1100

4t"ferway /v '. 'S' 8(1.1 ) . 95x195 1000
'. .-- .. O HI 1000l'
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Q..VI.I'E vf Mexico, 90x12
S xt .f 82 . 1000

ROOM II MTATBIIANKI nLi 1. >""O y y'' 8a . . . . l00x110 .
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i KISSIMMEE TRANSFER CO. Dray- FOR" ) SALE-A good cow. R. O. Meek. MISCELLANEOUS
t. done 41-2t N .__ _________ ___ FOR KENT
ing promptly. PhoneJ6a
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$ Classified Advertisements ALL the latest. .styles In photographsat WADE the tuner. Orlando.
DWELLINGS for rent to M.Til
apply
FOR SALE-City lot 70x93, two blocks Wilder' SBudio. Call and see our i .
from J postoffice. Address, Box 126, work. 40 tf I KISglMMEE TRANSFER CO.:. when ler.
Kissimmee. Fla. 36tf yyou want a dray. Phone 168. 41,-2t -
TO LET-Desk room in a nice: large 01:

.I r r ,;' f:. '. Advertisements are Inserted under this head at the rate of 5 Cents) FOR SALE-Cozy four room house with FOR front.SALE Inquire-Six-room southeast.house end, Park lake; WAlTED-The sweetest thing out for flee.' Box 456.' '- ,,t 4l-t

t. line each insertidn.IV bath large lot of fruit and your girl-Fuller .Greeme Candyfresh *- : '
. per : ; ; plenty St. Joe Elswick. 40-4tpd FOR RENT-Nicely furnished fro
4 'tic '; (\, from factory. Klsnimrnee Drug
house G. H.
poultry ; 1400. Halley, .
--- -- ---- J room; phone 16 or write box 456. 'I41t'
i;'. Fraternity building Kissimmee, Fla.
4 'J : SALE FOR SALE-40 acres; 6 acres grove 4 "
KISSIMMEE TRANSFER CO. for !
? FOIL any. 41-t 0 acres" timber, balance cleared; 4000. WILL buy or rent house on desirable
kind of hauling. Phone 168, 41 2t- business center. Mrs.Specht. ROOMS TO RENT
G. H. Halley, Fraternity building street near -Either single o
FOR unde
SALE 20 6
acres, acres
I FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Buff Or- Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf Davenport Fla. 41-ltp en suite; suitable for light nousc
FOR SALE Windmill and tank, good I cultivation, fruit trees 2 good wells
i !r' pmgton eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert. 39-tf as new. Mrs.C. V. Bearden. 37 tf 3-room house barn wagon shed, FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass keeping. Apply to Mrs.A. A. Simt)
FOR SALE OR TRADE-Cable pianoin son. 8-U
house Market. No. 189. 19-tf
-- water
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FOR SALE-Wood, *1.75 per strand poultry ; spring place. I good condition. Will sell outrightor
'. Howell Bass. Phone 136. 3r>-tf H. C. STANFORD CO. are agents for 2 miles north and \ mile west Kissimmee accept good milk cow in part KISSIMMEE TRANSFER CO. when FOR KKNT -Nicely furnished room
pay
t the celebrated Hannan P. O. J. H. Duckworth. 41-2tp
t shoes for ment. Address R. F. Bosse City. you want hauling done. Phone 168. with or without board with privat
i ; r A PAIR of good, gentle work horses men. 19-tf 40-4 tpd 41-21 family, on Church street Mrs. Kulp
FOR SALE-An ideal home In St. Cloud
1 f for sale cheap. Ross Graves. 26f finely furnished with beautiful surroundings GET H. N. BRATTON to drive __ o.38 tf
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f J' I FOR bargains in resident property, I FOR SALE--Five your .
passenger
:? {' I truck lands and ; immediate possession; touring artesian .wells. .. -43-tf FOR RENT -Two fnmiahed'room
call .
KING Quality shoes for men at Cash orange groves on car, or will exchange for rand. G. F. --- -- -- - center. Address
terms to suit. Address S. M. Campbell city Box 126, Ku
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H. M.
sl Store. 1tf Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf Parker. 36-tf. FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull
I lock box 98 St Cloud Fla. simmee, Fla. 86tf
z _- care Bass Market.. No. 189. 19-tf

+. CHOICE CITY LOTS' for sale at low FOR SALE Fifteen acres In orange 41-4tp NICE-Centrally located home three on beautiful MUTTON, fresh- -fat-and fine, at the FOR RENT-Some nice rooms for Ip ;
lot
prices. See or write 'H. Fleming for and grapefruit trees; five miles from WRITE ME for anything you want in corner only house is blocks Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf housekeeping. All modern coiWn
t +, particulars. 40 tf Arcadia and three miles from Noca- from Broadway, lighted fences. S. W. Downing. 36-U
the line in Florida
31 tee. W. H. Funk. realty telling me with electricity, has bath toilet and WOOD, -st-'an'd.;' $1.25; five' strands"
41-4tp the terms wish to buy it on, and
FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs about the amount you you would like to kitchen house contains sink; new cement room..including sidewalk; 575. Kissimmee__ n Lumber__ .___Co._29-tf_ FOR RENT--2 or 4 unfurnished room

male and female. Apply to H. W. FOR SALE-White Wyanddtts (Dustin invest, and I will find you the very bath seven lot 120x150 feet ex- ANYONE-anywhere can start a mail for light housekeeding S. J. Soudencor.
Boice Vine St and_Bermuda. Av. S3tf strain) ; $5 a trio; year old pulleta best thing obtainable for the money. tending room to 16-foot; alley. We; can order business at home. No canvass Mabbette St.: and Beaumont
---- $1 each. Pinedale Chicken Farm. Co. 36-tf. boss. Send for free' COt!
Downing Realty ing. Be own
offer this beautiful home on yeur j
s! FOR SALE-Forty lots In Ole body. Phone 121-6 very ________
rings. 358tpd.
reasonable terms. Full particularsto booklet. Tells how. Heacock A 2144,
Price so that be doubled ---- ---- -- .
can - FOR
RENT-We
money Lock N. Y. have a few places foi
port. :
FOR SALE-Good house and five acres interested parties. H. M. Breaker
.t, sI within two A. Valley Gazette. FIVE: lots which located the
years. city on is a --- rent in country all of which an
of land of 24-tf
+' alongside Midland railway, & Co.
,31 tf nice new five-room cottage, fine view 3 miles from Kissimmee. Good stable. PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline near school; can rent for crop renter
:, \ IF of the lake, cool breezes. This prop- Price$2 Oca h. P. G. Cromartie 88tf N" fires. Gjt one for your launch, auto'or '' part of-them, reasonable money renton !
you want a square deal call on W. '' .
is located close to the
erty proposed balance. One furnished cottage
and be safe. Sold by Geo nicely
garage
;) ;.;. H Farmer, who has 3 houses on electric line level lots. '" WANTED
on high A FOR SALE. Horse set N. Saunders, agent Kis immee. 37 for rent, beautiful view of th
Mabbette street that can be bought wagon, new
.
} ? bargain at $1600. Let us show you lake; cottage has five rooms, excellent
of harness Price Herbert
s"I cheap If bought soon. 88tf._ this property. II. M. Breaker. & Co. $175. 37 tf WANTED-Twenty-five men women WE-Are offering some very desirable furniture. Nelson Realty Co. !
"if 31tfFOR Spier. and children to work in truck garden. resident lots located three blocks 3N
1 FOR SALE-Nice full
$ bearing -- - -
orange I a. from the Court House on nice high,
,', Apply to S. B. Aultrqan. 41-3t |
t : groves from one to twenty thousand SALE-Twelve acre and FOR SALE-100(( acres, lake front; 7 elevation for $200 for inside and $250

J: It dollars. Tell me what you want In grapefruit grove about three orange miles acres grove; good dwelling and ten WANTED and about a dozen j for corner lots. Alley In rear of all'''
cow
. this line and I will find it for you. ant house; 5000. G. H. Halley Fraternity these lots. Cash, or short time. Let I
from Kissimmee railroad. Will
; on fens: What have you got? C. A. ,
Co.
Downing Realty 36-tf. I
sell at a bargain. Address W. H. building. 41-tf Tompkins, Taft, Fla. 41.2tp us show you these lots. H. M.
-:, '- Breaker & Co. 24-tf
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Arnold Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf
0 ;, FOR SALE-Some nice, round well seasoned WE-Have listed some of the most desirable WANTED-Good to'' - f OUR JTIME

? '\ .. cypress fence posts. Deliveredanywhere 1 I FOUR- cre orange and grapefruit property on the market, both grow citrus fruit reliable groves parties on shares ,, AN intelligent person may earn $100
th .: in town. S. W. Downing.: with 2 city and county which we offer at monthly_ corresponding for newspapers -
"bearing trees land. Particulars
grove to furnish the I
,,.' ;:., t _._ __ __ ___ .36 tf. ; five acres muck and ten acres pine the lowest prices to be obtained. to we interested parties. Nelson Realty :No canvassing Send for par ,?
r There is no padding of prices by us, ticulars.- Press Syndicate, B 2245;
: land in and KNOWLEDGEFor
) 1t' FOR HONEST and square deals in all I half acres cultivation unimproved thirty land, five-room one- every piece of property sold at exact Co. ._ -I _Lockport, N.Y. __ _
-t kinds of real estate call on or write ?
I ,1', ) W, H. Farmer Box 322 16-tt box house good barn and well. Tl e price Write placed on it by the owner. PARTNER WANTED-Owner of 15 TWO very desirable resident lots in Sale and
improved land,all under good fen...e. us your requirements and we acres of good land wants active northern Carson addition, each 60x164 feet. EXPERIENCE
.'J. HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes. This property on the north side of will do our best to please you, by man as partner with a capital of There are 16 bearing orange trees on
r t" Call and see them. H. C. Stanford East Lake, four milts from Narcoossee showing just the kind of property you '$300 or $400. A fine proposition. Address these lots under good new fence, lathe -
desire. 11. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf
Company. 19-tf nine miles from Kissimmee. . "A 100" Office Kissimmee Val- located close to the lake $350 cash
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'tJ". --- Price $4,500, $2.500 cash, balance one ley Gazette. 38-4tpd takes the two. See II. M. Breaker-
II M. I HAVE: a five thousand acre tract of .
Breaker
& Co. & Co
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year. -- -- -
.; BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consistingof ..- - excellent timber land for sale so cheap '
.t half block located in WANTED-Some small orange groves'at Printing BusinessWe
a the best that it will astonish Well located GREEN
you. ERNEST L. SIGN WRITER
FOR SALE-163 twelVe Address Mrs. Summers box
Y'j'i the Will acres acres once.
neighborhood city.
in sell
on beautiful lake close to rail-
: cleared, balance good pine land with 665. 39-3t -Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I
who will
to
tJ \ only party it
improve to road. It will to
I pay you investigatethis. all work. Let
with clay subsoil; about 200 bearlrg I guarantee me figure +
correspond surrounding prop- Better write for full information with on that job. P. O. Box
'L erty. Full particulars and price to orange trees on place. Four room WANTED-To place several good loans you
interested' party. II. M. Breaker cottage good barn and other out today. Downing Realty Co.36-tf. well secured by real estate; safe and .-.!139. Kissimmee:' Fla._ =--_ 16-tf have facility ";

"' & Co. 31-tf buildings. Located five miles west ______ ._ at very encouraging rates of Inter est. LOST-Small English Pointer bird-dog, for every
of Orlando, on good clay road. For FOR SALE-Choice lots in W. H. Far- Here are opportunities for the man' female; liver and white color, tick- turning out the very

h TREES AND SHRUBBERY. Fo-; price, terms, etc., address Box 256, mer's addition to Prospect Park, who baa some idle money, best of se marks on white, small head all ,dark best class of work in the --J-

E4 / fruit trees, ornamental trees or shrubbery I .Orlando. Fla. 19-6moB'-rx. ) These Iota are some of the most desirable curity. Nelson Realty t o.. over Citl- comes to name of "Juno." RewaJfor ;: .shortest possible time
{ / of any kind, write W. R. Speer - "- -- ----- in the city- and are sold on izens Bank, Kissimmee, Fla. 40tf information or return to W.' W. ''Let us f figure with yon on fl"

_ Orlando, Fla.. and get prices 34-f FOR SALE-House.of six rooms, with easy payments. Buy at once, for -- Saunders this office.
I water and sewer connections locatedin they are selling fast. Flowing arte- WANTED-Real estate. Having become your printing-we know i 11

SEE'King Quality shoes before buying twq blocks of po toffice. house is sian water can be obtained at a little a resident of Kissimmee and LOST-Medium size pointer; bird-dog; we can satisfy yon.Gazette 1;' '

"f 1 Cash Store. 1-tf ''I plastered wood work hard oil finish; depth. W. H. Farmer. 41-tf opened an office in the Fraternity snow white except ears and face, "S It
.. lot 4xI47i with 19 full bearing orange '-- building, I wish to become acquaintedwith which are liver color; white stripe + .
FOR EXCHANQE.-:'PitUburg income!' I trees in the yard. You can stand on FOR SALE-Ten-acre orange and grapefruit persons having property of any down forehead; small knot over right ./.;

property:; will take 'good automobile the porches and pluck the fruit. Call grove, good crop on it, house of kind'for sale. My whole time, energy eye. Answers to name of "Dude '
fir or Florida property. rranJcM" Doyle, I on us and allow -us the privilege of 7 room*,--one-half mile from railroad. and years of experience are at your Will pay $10 reward for information Job Lep'v
.} 't.- 'Gra etoDe hotelKlsslmroee., Fla. showing you this desirable home. Cheap for-cash. Apply to R. M. service. Call and see me at your con leading to his r overy. S. W. Downing
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