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 13, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00511
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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M. C. 'Blanchard-Mtss, :Ruth:Virginia tong *f *nd.f.went ;to_see :what) was'

YEARS AGO Blancbardti Miss L. J. Whitman. Mrs. ;':Three=St :BuiIding tcf wrong.. There"was. old Tip standing, REMAINS Of ostfOCAi.( .

J A.. Lalond Mr..& d Mr*. D; E. Lowell looking fatter than I ever seed him and ,
.. Miss Lena Lord Mr. -C. S. Klff.; licking up something from the ground. .. -

Mr; and Mrs..C W Fleming Entered Mr. and Mr.' ''M. Cowgar,'Mrs.'E.. D.' Go on Stewart :Avenue' Now',:what do you think ,it was?. Huh ,To. Find.a final Resting Place 1a the f'
Plutnmer, Mrs... Ella: Russell Mr. P. SWill butter-gob*:and:gobs of it. Sure'I ..
of Wedded Happiness .. . V County That Was i
Life Named
Upon a .. .. in
Twitchell and Mis Bertha Twltchell!! ., | i tasted It-nnsalteJ. of' course., but,the \ .

and Contentment. Mr.- and Mrs. Thomas Van Duter Miss be ,Constructed of Pressed' Brick and Stone finest kind" 1'1 cot .some on palmetto His Honor., .'
Lenore Van Duzer.. Mr. and Mrs..S. J.Trlplett. fans and- toted It horn for the old e

then are many eve ts of social nature < and Equipped Witty All of the Most Modern 'woman,to" work .over with salt., Just All Florida 1* interested in ,the efforts

that an editor II called onto: Write Conveuience lived on>utter,ew since. We et it all that'' are being made by Mr.*?J l

description of that"he never attended MANY SUCH LETTERS .: up..and this' "."morning I went back for .M. Winson;''jr., to have. the remains, of* r
sometimes lack of invitation, but . some,more ;t" I found It had:melted and Osceola; that '
for an ........;....- handsome greatly famed chleflan of
find the time Some business houses built run down the; slough. 1 reckon I'ought the Seminole
mostly because be cannot ; year or more ago JLhe Valley dojsen Indian whose narnV has
therefore it was a real pleasure to us to Are Received Every Week(( by Resi- Gazette predicted that the side streets In this, city during the past two years, ,to have taken more home,at,first,. then marked the pages of ,history of 'this' Jf

hide been present at the entertainment dents of K Kissinunae. leading Into' Broadway from Church;: bay. been bailf' by our own people, I could hue; showed I It to you. That state and'of the, country from''t.Lhelr.

given by )tr. and Mrs. C. W. Fleming The letter Is along the same street would be used wholly for business which demonstrates! that the progress l would have been a lot of trouble. I prevent resting place beneath the sod of
on Monday'afternoon last, October 9, at received purposes, and would contain handsomeand Kissimme ha made has been the outcome hate trouble; It: It such a bother.- 'Then South Carolina, to the more appropriate;,

'their hospitable home in West Ktssim- lines week as by many residents others of this city, and every if costly buildings. That predictionis of the enterprise of its own citizenry I First got to ferin'\ where-lt come from. spot in Klsslmtnee In his native state- s ,

mee, and to write these few lines. they would all follow the example of being dally verified the latest 'clinch and not the outcome of those off I was plumb puzzled. It must Mrs. Wlllson, whose) work/The SemInoles sr aw
er" that fact the ofa have''moved here the have come out of the ky; There was '' :
The occasion of this entertainment their inquirer'sname Of being beginning who during put of Florida, is:considered the*'
Mr. Smith of having
was that the 9th of this month was the the subscription list of handsome three-story brick and stone I few' years or of those who come here I II no place else for It to come from I re- most authentic history of. this famous
,thirtieth anniversary of the marriage of placed Gazette on all the information office building on the'corner of Verona I during the winter months to enjoy the 1 I I membered that the night before Zip tribe, baa United her name with that of .
the Valley ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fleming, .and a whole they desired world* be found in its col street and.-Stewart avenue, Messrs.. H. benefits of this most equable climate. tracked it down I heard a "bussing the) Indian of' wbom she has written fr't:
sound in
house, gallery and yard full of friends C. Stanford, Arthur E. Donegan and B. Today there I. note vacant business the air going south Then 1 baa'acaIn'come to XI Kissimmee bringing' .

were there to show this happy man and umns. Palisade, Neb.. October, 1911. ''C. Miller being the gentlemen behindthe house in the city, and that fact has more worked It out. One of them bird fell with her the interesting news that Acting t

.wortian, what a big place they occupied Mr. II. P. Smith. proposition. than likely kept some very substantial ers flyin' high across here got into the Secretary of,War Robert Shaw OK .
in the niche of their hearts set apart for Dear ColIrade-Your welcome letter This building will be modem in everything enterprises from locating here. And milky way, which is directly overhead Iver has assured her that.there will be. .

the remembeance of,real friends. And and the paper at handr It.found ,us all' that the name implies-such u the same can be said of dwellings, and at. my What place, when his propeller struckit. no objection' raised to her longeheriahed ': f

these people ranged in age from ten well and glad to hear from you, but we electric lights, water elevator and there Is not a day that passes but what 1 happened Butter of course. plan by the government authorities.
years to three score and ten and then are getting old now and don't expect fireproof-and will be built of pressed our real estate agents are visited by es.JL am going to get myself patentedor providing there is no expense attached..

some, and everyone of them was as to be as we once were. It la very brick with white stone trimmings. In persons seeking a house to rent. corporated, sell stock and with the Mrs. Wlllson, in speaking; of the.
size it will be 60x70 feet, and the lewer has been three hundred money build a tub as big as a ten-acre movement "
happy and jolly as children just dismissed changeable here, first hot then cool, There over field on foot to .remove. Osceola'a ...
from school, but none were hap floor will be divided into two store rooms, dwelling houses built In Kissimmee during git a balloon and fix her up withan bones, said: ...
and mi.ty.How
the while those above will be used for of the two and one is Ingin and prepeller. On clear nights .t
youthful thai past years every "As a to
; pier or jollier or more about that place'out there at I'll send her keynote the wave of sympathy -
on a wire and
""; host and hostess, who seemed to be ev- Kissimmee? Write and tell me all fice.It occupied, which evidences the fact that watch the butter up strong ; which 11 being felt from Maine '
erywhere' at exactly the right time to about It. We have lost one crop out is understood the'owners of this our city has twice as many inhabitantsas the come. I can undersell to California in the interest of the fast t
feel as though there proposed building have already received it did three years ago. What to do other: producers and get the vanishing Seminoles of
make their guests here again,and I am thinking of going whole Florida the
trade. I'll ,
.for the storerooms the hundreds of tourists who will make them other '""
this numerous applications with
than trials in growing sentiment
were more pleasures where I can better myself. Of course, to dQ honor to the
as well as'the offices on the second here this winter will be serious millionyare look like a lead nickel witha
: come avery memory of the
of hero of
life. I don't know :where that is. Lots the Seven Years'war. ,,
In it.
and third floors and before it and that hole Come on, Ziplet's go
long question one our people I Tho'proposition .
A.d refreshments, why there was people are leaving here, and some are home.-: to have the remain
and settle before
should take
we are
is for there is doubt up
enough cake to feed a regimpfit-of sol- coming in.. on the go all the time. ready occupancy no confronted with the same conditionsthat of Osceola, now lying at the gates
Biers and lemonade by the tubful that Hoping to hear from you soon, I am but wtyat available space in the build- prevailed here two winters ago- of Fort Moultrie removed to'native
made you want to drink until you resembled as ever, \ Your comrade, ing will have been rented. that of many persons leaving because j ENOUGH STOCK soil has met with response that Is full t'
We.are glad to know that all of the they could find no place to sleep.
iced ofjpratficatjon
a stuffed toad, as well as J. R. McCoRMlCK.ouR'cnrs _,an4<< _show.tbe.MRtE ;:
jell y And bananas that were .odeh iou -\ . Has Been Subscribed to InWethe; went In, favor of the Florida Indian.

,that modesty we only overcame ceased.'eathig us..Althovgh when we still our PRIDEThe The Board of Trade Establishing of a Cannery Here.Mr. ;Because no Seminole ot our will treatment listen to any to Osceola proposition , +l''

I from the agent of the United States'
longed for mort( A. S. Nelson chairman of the -
During the aftWnoon there we e sev- Aultman-Bickerdike Vegetable committee appointed by the Board I government.( Osceoja county; .*""among > 1

eral selections rendered, both vn< il I and Farm is Without Compare., Holds Great Meeting of Trade to solicit subscriptions I all the counties of Florida, has honored '

musical, but the one most appr< iated for stock to establish a canning factory I this liberty loving American by choosing was that of little Lenore Van uzer, There are a goodly number of enterprises -- - in Kissimmee, states that enough stock I, his name, and the spot selected vf or'

who recited three pieces, each one ring- in and around Kissimmee that Number or Members Present and Many has been taken to make the project a ,the last resting place of the IndIan'' patriot '
with Large
referred people '
ing forth applause from all pr ent. are to by our certainty, "*" and warrior should be'at Kissun x
This little Miss has histrionic tat it to great deal of pride' but the one to:, Took Part in Discussing Questions Tending to A lot In Pinedale just across the mee, the capital of this community. With '4'

a marked degree and with cults ation which we all bow and to which we in- i western boundary of the city has been this simple Inscription 'Osceola, patriot ,.
stranger seeing, is the I the Further Advancement of Kissimmee.When and "
would be the equal of any won in in sist-upon every secured for the plant, which !. a most warrior died January 80, 1838. *I
Aultman.i"k..rdike vegetable farm ol j A the bones .
Mr. -- the
before the today great hieftain. r;
America public ;e-n I admirable location, u it ii directly in
D. E. Lowell favored the party b dancing eighty on the western limits of' President Nelson called the tor that took the census was enough to the midst of the vegetable section are buried .t Charleston. the allthoritie. -... 't'P

the old highland fling, and t> r. ft. the city. meeting of the Board of Trade to orderon jar the gold out of his teeth. Everyman I which fact will make a great saving in of that'city would hair to give permission ,
1 has long since : assed There is possibly no truck garden in chamber with Idea above know before the..removal could take '
P. Smith, who Monday night, the council an a guinea the matter of hauling garden and grove
the seventieth milestone, render a vot Flonda, however large '' or small, that was fairly well filled with some of the that them are fully tree!! thousand five products to the plant.As . place, but It' 1* believed that no objection

'.,4 car selection. has been brought tQ higher state better of foremost business men of our city", and hundred bona fide residents in this city, I soon as the balance of the stock will be jnade. when the 'plan "are. .;

*. At this stage in the proceed Mr. cultivation or produces mom or there were few present :who\ did not: and that there are at least five thousand is subscribed; and those In'charge of completed

and Mrs Fleming were! comma ed tothey I vegetables. There are four and flowing artesian take an active part in,the proceedings.After .- here during the winter therefor wheal] the proposition say they will'meet with Mrs. Willson understand thoroughly #!
large '
"come to the front," and'whohad wells on the farm a the "Usual ;routine business was a man even if his name l U Uncle Samuel full success before another ,week end, the dialect of the Seminole; and has \

been stood at attention Mrs.)Thol.I. part qt.It has been tiled' which pre disposed of. such as reading the minutes : undertakes to belittle, Klsiimme. work will begin on the construction of prepared a vocabulary for the revised '
behalf of the ladik Circle vents a''crop failure at any season of of officers in such it I.I time ( edition of br, book He 't
Van Duzer. on auditing bills and hearing reports an outrageous manner I' buildings and an order placed for necessary ; stated that
presented them with a mo| magnificent ,the year. the question of establishing a to howl, and thatjiowl was ordered put' machinery, and as soon as the they regretted ''very much that the
chair, large enough for fvo, in Mr. S. B. Aultman, the senior mem- canning factory here was taken up. up to the City Council by a committee plant is ready for operation i company heavy rain while their ship was in port
the following language: ber of the firm, has the direct management President Nelson who is chairman of in the shape of a request to have the I will be formed and the work of canning at Charle.ton'prevenW them from y'
of farm, and he is sparing
this the committee appointed by the Boardat correct census taken to the end that ; fruits and vegetables will be entered making a pilgrimage to the grave of'
tin rock
"Your"friends to you give | I neither time nor money to make it the its ast meeting to solicit subscript. the people throughout the North and into on a large scale.BIDSJLSKtT. 'Oscepla l Mr. and Mrs. Willson have

ing chair; banner. farm of Florida both as to net lions to stock for that purpose, reported West and everywhere else on earth, found their way to the hearts of the .. a
There's room enough; for yoia comrade money returns per acre and the qualityland that two-thirds of the amount necessaryto may know to what extent our city has Seminoles. They have been in touch

t and your lady fair. I quantity of vegetables produced. establish such a plant had been subscribed grown during the past few years. 1 with the downtrodden race,for years,, .-_
,, May you enjoy the racking bot \-artyi' He now lias thirty people employed and said that he had good reason Uhe bill of Mr, E. L. Green for $12 and are familiar with their language.: I

and late, setting out lettuce and celery plants, to believe that the remaining third for painting a sign near the depot, was for Grading Curbing and Paving Our customs and history. Mr. Willson, in ii i'i'
And be particularly glad you jhoseT of which he will have twenty acres, and ,
I ii I would be taken before the end of the presented and allowed, and 'a warrant speaking of the tribe say: ."That,
-; this deer mate. will have twice that number of acres Streets With Vitrified Brick. .
I week. was ordered drawn for the amount. there i* yet a tribe or tribe of Indian >
(l, And when old age with its ewes+I ere in other e etablea. There were many excellent speeches There being no further business, the The question of paving our streets in Florida i I. a fact unknown to a large t

has found you out"t' A few years ago this ground was on made all in favor of the proposition to Board adjourned to meet again Monte with vitrified brick has about reached a part of the people of this. country. 'V
find together, brigh joy dollars +t
May you the market at twenty an acre, establish a cannery, but it was left day night, October 23, in the coun- 1 successful conclusion, as by referenceto There are even students, history wjjo Y
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about. few such
all before men as
t'I but that was Mr. S. B. Aultman to clinch the mattermaking cil chamber. another column will be found a notice have scarcely known it. Seventy years ?
We, your comrades and sisters, lipe B. B. Aultman began to demonstratethat va
-- - - -- these drive i
by a motion that all who were | calling for bids to a section of or more ago, Seminole were
I f we'll meet over there, it was peculiarly adapted to the in favor of the proposition to stand up, GREAT GOBS OF BUI TER I Emmetttreet, Broadway pave from Stew- en into. the dreary Everglade of the 1, ':
its and togeler '
I, With all joys gladness growing of garden truck and one day ,
and; everyone present was on his feet \ art avenue to Dakin Avenue and Dakin southern peninsula. They have kept .to. \
IA Shall share. this week. a visitor! asked Mr. _Aultman____ before the motion could be put by the i avenue from Broadway to the Atlantic themselves secluded from the ever' 'encroaching ..i' "t
what he would take for len acres 01 Found on the Kissimmee Prairie by
"f. Mr. D. E. Lowell then stepped (,r- chair. Coast Line track. whites. Only.occasionally"" rt.
and that ,gentleman answered -
ward and stated that when the ia4
decided to present a chair the Lost 1 t- dred dollars an'acre, and I don't care something and altogether a different Anyone in crossing the lower Kissimmee -!I been before the Council for the past traffic. They have no faith In the white" f'

quested to be "let in on the gift," wtyi to sell even-at that price." proposition when it. comes to putting prairie )late| may have noticed in !i three years, but it was not until this man or his government.' "
the result that a rocking chair lark any :. your name down on a subscription blank crossipg a certain slough that it had a. I: summer that the income of the city jus-' Mrs. Willson"is. a charming conversationalist ,
I: enough for both Mr. and Mrs. Flemit? for one or two hundred dollars, there- greasy appearance, and may have lifted Jhe outlay to do the*work. While and when she talks of the i

Ij. to occupy at the same time was puf ttt A BIGJALE fore the surest way. and the only way ascribed it to the usual decay of veget- the notice calling for bids does not specify Seminoles ..he,ls filled with an enthusW'" ,

;t chased, and ending by saying that "tIiw I we know of, to secure such an enter- able matter in some bay-head. But a, : th.t the paving shall be done with asm which shows bow Intensely Interested '

I Ladies Circle owns half of it, friend\ Ne son Realty Co. Sells Makinson prise fur pur city is for every man who remarkable story comes from "Possum vitrified brick, still it is generally understood she is in these people. Her views ',
; half of it, and you, our dear ) I wants it established to go down in his Lonesome" down there, that there has that Is thematerial which will on Seminole right have been' bandied o

all Property. Peghorn for 15000. pocket for as much as he can afford to been a butter shower, none of these be used, as experience proved It is at length' many of the large.northern

t t} Mr. Fleming responded to these kin! One of the largest' real y deeds madein pay for the building of houses and the I "pink tea" affairs! that occasionally are more lasting than asphalt or blocks. daily papers. She has possibly been interviewed m

..'fl'" words in a most fitting manner, than this section for some weeks took purchase of machinery. Talk is all noticed in the society column of some" There is no greater need confronting by move reporters than any

,ing his old comrades and the ladies d place on Monday, when the Nelson right, and when indulged in by some I of our exchanges, but literally and verily , our people than the paving of our prln- Southern lady who ever visited the J's

the Circle for thus remembering hirrl Realty Co. sold the Makinson propertyat can be likened unto a sweet song but just butter in abundance. cipaj business tho-oughfares, and as North. y ,Ij

,- self and'wife, saying that he nor h I Peghorn, which consists of one hun- we never heard of talk building a can I This is 'what'- our informant says: thatcnatter. has 1/een settled: it appears

\ helpmate had ever regretted their a< dred and sixty acres of land and a splendid nery plant, and we don't think. this one 1 I "Old Slats Gullem came Into the store i I II to us that the next important step the] _Gazette's Advertising Manager. \t

'. .- tlon of thirty years ago, and from orange grove, to Mr. H. H. Coble will prove an/ exception. I! one evening, and after asking for the Council should take would be to order The.Gazette im always ready to ac'L"I
indications he did not believe they wou I ot Nebraska, for the sum of fifteen The question of Bermuda avenue, ul| usual letter that 'never comes and trading ''II cement sidewalks on every important commodate .Its'patron.ln Any way pos: ,;}i.;

.of ever do so, but would eontinue to trav thousand dollars. well as the street running east and west pelts for plug, sat down on a nail street In the city. The mere paving of Bible and particularly so when it means "
, down the road hand in hand until thj This is considered one of the best prop- through tbe Aultman-Bickerdike gardens :I keg m a moody silende.! Then someone Broadway will not old-.materially to the more business( foWthe paper. Severs 1

summons came 'for him! to appear f<| erties in this section: and the sale of it being graded and ditched was said 'What's bftin' you, Slats Spit !i value of property in the residence section of our patron. have stated they would -i;' .c'.CI':'" ,

enlistment'in the army which haa fits ( caused same surprise among our people, brought to the attention of the Board, 1 I her out. He l looked around to assure or convince the visitor that we are be glad to do more advertising if they '1

commander the Great Jehovah. I as it* was generally understood that it and after several had expressed their I himself there were none but friends J JI J enterprising and energetic people, but had some'one: with experience to ILNI.t.1 J

. With that, and just as the mantle, 4 netted handsome profits to its owner: views in favor of the plan, a committee I present then began 111' a hoarse whisper good substantial sidewalk al) over the in the preparation of their matter. Tar l/

night was closing over the day, the eJ But Mr. Makinson has other extensive consisting of E. A. Niemeyer, B. C. |I : Say boy, keep her quiet. I am city will do so. these and all other .advertiser we are ,+;J ':j)

;. tertainment came to an end. and tq holdings in and around Kissimmee, and Miller and F. W. Stalker was appointedto 1 going to get myself patented or corpo- pleased to announce that we have engaged -: : 5 A;

::..t' guests departed after warm clasp while he considered fifteen thousand take the matter up with the Council' rated or whatever them elsVrs la Kis- Attention i I. directed to a change In the services 6f Jot-) Lena Lord,"' C

., their host and hostess' hands, and "m | dollars an exceptionally low figure fothis r and see If that body could be induced. to{ simmee do when they want to make I the schedule of the boat running be- who ha mad*.an..shauattM".tud7 of' l\{

you both live thirty years longer.". piece of property, still he'' did notcare order the work done. !;I money without working for it, .and be !i I tween this city and Kissimmee Park. advertising' all It* branches. as adJve'rtising : r
The following were present: Mr. ad to hold it when its sale would be At this stage of the proceeding the one. of those millionyarea like John D.I In future the boat will leave Kisgimmeo manager for the" Gazette, 1fj 1

f' 1 Mrs. O. Derbyshire, Mr.. and Mrs. C the means of adding another very desirable question that haa been agitating our 't I Stonafeller or Andy KaJ11yh w. I'll at 6 a. m. and 2 p. m., and our city dock So*'will begin{ her duties next'Mond :r."j5: ",;l

E. Swope Mr. 'J. E. Whitman Mr. aij citizen to our community.It people for the past several months, and tell you all about it. Last Wednesday a.t 8.30 a. m. and 3.15 p m. The) launch"Kissimmee" and a telephone tal Will 'bring,}ht0S '

l Mrs. M. D. Casler, Mrs. H. B. ,Cugai is understood that Mr. Coble will which has them at 197 Fahrenheit in morning I had that thar: coon dog of I[ has been placed on- this your, place of Let' ber,eonje t jrl t\\
Mr. and Mrs.. H. P. Smith,.Mrs. Le add still more orange and grapefruittrees the collar-the U. S. census giving Kissimmee mine on as fine a trail as you all Aver I I run under command of Capt. J. M. Da and talk it over. U .: -4
Ste nr;.'Mr*: O.: frouty.. Mr. and Mr) to the grove as well!' as otherwise. fifteen' hundred Inhabitants- :. ..... 'Be struck the tall grass of the i vis: .and aside from its being equippedwith I .. .. .. f ".'..R ,|f.':(f
; 'M;'H. Porter Miss Lillie Porter Mr)I bring the entire tract up to the highest was presented'and the way In which prairie and I kept along the edge of the i I j every convenience, can accommoj -' '( Floyd Plet and wife visited. frlendsj: ; f

n,';,_ E. L. Lewis' Mr.. If,.L. Stanley.. 'Mr) state of cultivation. the members. hammered the:eriumera-. timber.' . Suddenly h.' topped, giving ,j date twenty-five passengers"t ,Orlando Sunday.. .f.-. ...t." r ...:?"".-
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FLORIDA'S CROPS NATUREiS WARNING Court of the cidy Judge, 8UU oe of Motn
-. what ''you will, men cherish the ipproval -. r. Kn.taUjof. 'fempt.Mll3z! . :,, Dao'di 0

: GOOSE ? !J' pf women. Women, And not men, olaCounl Notice la finrebr. given' to all' ,jrhomTt/ .
CAN YOU DRAW I "Preliminary Statement the Thirteenth let the'.tandiUV of conduct No laxity and concern, that. on tha'lxt day of Man '
Must Recognixe
Kiuimmee People 1UU: I Mhall apply to the Honorable Ge<- .
0 of behavior'on th1dftof&"iian> toward ker.>idK..of ..&. Census Results. Heed It.. nn.1 discharge a* >dminliitratorpulaloof
:. for a
} Is without the girl's&
a gjrl possible Temple A, Mln*. dooeaied; and

We have sold these hoefor' Washington.D. C." 6ct 7... .;-Statistics l. encourag'ementbr" consent.' Always,"- Kidney* Ills come quietly-rjiysterl-,, 111 aaadroluUlraMr' name than' I will. of I J-royent Bald. OBtAte my final, aud1 a

il. relative to the leading cropi for member 'that. Men'do not respect the oualy. their approval." S\

.. two season before vre the State of Florida, ''collected! at the. girl/: :who" is.t'easy"it") manners: or morls. But nature always warns )'OU. Dated AUllll tJat. A. Dilili.ilmo >C< A,.MilvXf. ;,."I'.,

started to advertise; _them., i, Thirteenth-, Decennial-Census-April. 15, Sometimes it seems 'that all the.sermons Notice the kidney .secretions.See. 0 mo Adwfnhitrj

JT We have put them to the School 1910, are. contained In an official state! are preached to J the girls,.wb lethe .if'the! color ia unhealthy .- -' -- -

4. hardest test And are now ment.! l/Juued/ today by' Census Director mcii:get oft free, or thesis misconduct 1C.there are aeitlrngs sediment! Notice ,Achp.lni.strator; .

... ready put. '. Sho s Durand. It la baited on tabular summaries i Is wihk'ed( -at; but the real.'reason Passages frequent, scanty*, painful.It's In'In CXjiirt re;"r of. the ConiKT nthpriuwA: Judge,.8Ut ttlurteTmu.. of Flo,

: prepared urtderth direction of Dr. is, that the conduct the men lies en- time then to use Doan's Kidney od,<>seeoiil l County. .

I Le Grand Porwers, chief statistician for tiro ly within the hands .of the girls.' Fills \ViloelM.
: Red Goose 1 agriculture, in': the Bureau of the Census, The fact remains, unfair or not, thatno Toward off Bright's disease or dropsy. D. lull .,.hall""Ily| > l<> the Ilonorabl uor
.rkiT.7u The figures are preliminary and subject man can luwer a girl's standard l).tc. (or my final d]U(.hurgo a* AdmtnUlfaof
SchoolShoes to slight revision later when a few other without work in Kissimm"e. (I'" Enlnlpor, ('Htliorlne A. $(\irt.Tant.
her consent. Doart'a !have done great .11..01.. atil l I lliHl I in ii,,' name il-ne I i lyia pr*

; t' 'ft -1 farms, whose returns, now incomplete, You say there was a time when_ the! lilY Hnal a.',-,,". .nt. >' lIa Adnilninrator) of .
e.i..,l4i. nnil ant forthMr ai.prval.InItet .
i before the public as the best will be included in the final tables. It Southern girl wan not only respected, Mrs. I'. G. White, Bermuda uvenue JUlie \\'L' A. I). 1\lli llJIOIKHI I. "t ;&).

school shoe on the market. is not expected that these additions will but reverenced. They are today, where Kissimmee, Fill. says: "I 1 suffereil l n in-liui. N CARBON Administrator. , f.!)

: k We carry these shoes in all styles I materially modify the amounts or rates girls make' men respect them, and from backache and pains through my .,"

given in the present statement.The wherever you find that girl that has kidneys and I also bad a great' deal of

4 and sizes, from infants' to bigrirla" leading crops of the state for been taught to keep men in their place trouble from the kidney secretion ...

; '. Seewindow: display. _ _ _ _ _ _ 1909! ranked in the order of valuation that father and mother need never wor- Doan's Kidney Pillrf, which! 1 procured!

1 I were: Corn. $5,709,000; cotton $4,842- ry about their daughter going out in the at the KisBimmee I Drujf ('0., relic-veil
*"v O'K' ; peanuts, $2,147,000weet; potatoesand care of any young man. Then if she Is me of all these difficulties 'and! at that :

: yams :$1,231,000"; tobacco, $1,025.-1 insulted, God gave her a tongue to tellit time I publicla endorsed them. I During
Our Fall I
are Now In 000; bay ard forage. .$847,000 and 10' anil have him punished to the fullest the three years that have since passed -.."

tatoes, $840,000., extent of the law. I have* not lost my faith m fhis'r..mej

) ; I ; : We assureyou up-to-date service. During the decade prior to 1909! corn You men men make your laws. If and I ,shall always" be, I pleased to (five ,it :IEZ O 'J:' E L _

increased 36,204 acres, or 6.4 per cent. you allow one of your sex to. ruih wifeor my endorsement!
For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cts.
Starting with 360.294 acres in 1879 corn daughter, mother or sister, whose Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y.sole A. ROSE, Proprietor *

f-: L. M. WHIDDEN & CO.t rose to 378.906 in 18fr9, to 1 569,567> > in fault is it, '"you law makers?" There agents for the United! States.

.- 1899.!!! and 005,771\) in \\I/I! / !}. The total ,, should be only one law all over our land Remember the' name-Joan's-a..d! .

yield in 1909! was 7t)2.J,767) : bushels) tlie- for that one crime. Hang! Yen, hang kffTio other. One BIOGk West
: I average yield p'er acre, 12 bushels; the every one of them. Still, the jurymenin ot Depot

average value per Btre, $ 1.40.) Tampa don't think that they should. The Kissimmee Library.The .

During; the last 10 years cotton has Probably they }ook at it in this way;

increased 41,629: acres or 1S.8!! per cent. that the man did kot use lorte with his Kissimmce I.ilnury otters to its RAPES $1.00 A DAY, OR $6.00
subscribers a lint of over, lour hundred
t }From 245,595! acres in 11)<79, cotton ilroped'to daughter. If he bears that kind of bonks by the lest authors" any or all of A WEEK: : }FOR ROOM

FOR ORANGE GROWERS > 227,370 in 1389) J, and again to 221.1 ,- character does he uso force in all cases'' which you have the |>rivil i lcg.-; f reading
I 1 825 in 1889, but rose in 190! ( !) to 2M,4r;: Ie"not., what an- the women doing by for only $2: which secuie' a single

: ::; PICKERS and PACKERS .... .The total yield in I VM'f! was <5.r>,Uf/) ; bales; not exposing: such a beast? The law membership, or $.". for u faintly)) niemberslnp. -'
I libriiiian
i i Ca i>t. Trenih I lh- i ,
the average value per acre, f8.40.)) must look at it thai the women are aa w'lll p issue you 1IJl
I \ ;I;: From 18S9) \ to I 190H!( peanuts increased deep' in the mire as the men. I the above amount I Library i in Stale'
., 5'1.(>!98 acres, or 81 6 p<-r cent. From If the fatllt'r's'am! mother's moralsare I Bank building > -lf $600

,. We hath(' bent Orange 1'icker's I.atlder ever IN-C9, when :21<>, HM; acres were harvested, low you may rest assured' the son'n I.-

k made Hickory rounds will last for year Ill peanuts increased by 18't't! to tI.45;! ?; and and daughter'a: will be also. Yes, look C PER ACRE PROFIT FROM ONIONS:
feet to X5 fettsi. NOTICEOf lo |"mto th) M I.., kct Gardener and Truckm
si. again; by 1909 to 12Ii.lf.0.; ( Ilence'm the at that girl in the Beattie trial in Vir of f 1'1 I ,iicln i that i there I IB big' money In Onion*. W9 '
. PAPER "III",". i to e'dry |,,'r.,,n nendinir u* their name '
2U! from 1889! I 19H9 have
years to peanuts ginia. She knew that he was a marriedman ,
l .; I' und u.I l Ire in. n i'achsg* < f our
: Th. highest Irad.pap'r for Oranjrrt, (;JrapefruitandTangfitiifs. increased nearly [ourfold. The agsrre-/ then, kept on aceptmg his coi ipuny. Application[ for Letters Patent ALEX '/ )m :HM t-CTHTKAIN PRIZETAIt. ll
from! STOCK new /gate production! 1 WO! (I!! was 2.I15.UH91H1Kh.: An you blame the man all I..f cliar,.. and will ..ive the iwraon BTOWinf ,.

' ... ON /HANI"tinfactories A larire, NO: sto LAST<;k on YEARS hand immediate STOCK ..I Is, ; the average; 3'lei 1 ;per aer..IK4 hushes things are today? Still look wl fie re it [and Incorporation. ol thr..HLnvlcHt aOI>. ',Ittenmrr and HuNt tin Dozen ntrtniri Onlonn Tied 'lu Thl.a Prize ofl'"t'I'I-t':' "

i 4 '. deliveries and! prices rightUKT / ; the average value per acre $17. leads| to. Judge Lynch should get both Si"I-- U lifivM liUtn lliHl, I ij. uiuit.rxtLin,"." liax*. '10...dA. I in I. Hend. your name and ad.irri.u. .

'- : OUR PRICKS: JUKKOKK BUYING Por the decade ending; 1 1'Mrl! sui-et potatoes of them. The law will only turn him 1 i will:i<;<.,lt oi I.:ili.
NAiLS and yams showed a decrease of loose to kill another woman wheu he lAMteu I'Hit*!it i i lit orlHimlhitf P '' LI Ul'AM AM I* >ou how *on can ... .0.600 per acre tram I
; : 1 ,. .
; I then. loll "n..f the ,
MAC is.tCtI H (: )MI-A-.y ,ntult, r tinfollow, few cropa that will da I
Pearson's Cement Coated Nailstoo well known 796 acres, or 3.5 ,per I'lint. Startingwith gets tired of her. I InK i Jor..po..1 charter HIIII" hritch i ,H .,f i incnriHtnttltI I well on nrw Und. and for thin muion ahould :'ftl
IO Of hit I I, llHH l 1... Hl\IoI l I til. tilt'otllt l ecliilly ai>peal Hettlera In all Carte of the-.
r1 ) H < | i' U i f'll I lul'rd: : =
to Just
need any comment. 19,167 acres in 1H7? sweet |potatoes look at the divorce courts filled -o of the Herniar' )' of' Mntool' Horuin.W. . South M rlt* uP'loHllIA .
Ut .1 1 penny Orange; box nails.: 4 penny special and yams dropped to 18,698! in 1889! by just such girls. Oh, will the rrioth- A. hMUHK : IIKI'AMTM" KPT' i';
--, needle pointed large Mat head! for the II, M\' 1 HL\M, ALEXANDER SEED CO. AUgUSTa. la.
,: i- box. :3 hoopless rose to 22,791 in 1889, but again fell in I ers of our land ever learn to teach their U. M MAC' |M>N<))1"(< HAK1ICLIM 1I-t' '.
penny vegetable/ crate rails .
i -e. You don t have to wait for these just wire or 1909! to. 21,995.TlIC total yield in 1909( daughters that their honor is above ,i

; phone me and they will be shipped' at pnce. was 2,083,65( : ; bushels; the average; yield price? Then, and not until then will \ : CHAKTHK OK, IS"oltl'oH\TION: 01' 4.I'IH.AM1011 AM*/ PH)
; ; CRATE: MATERIAL per acre 95 bushels, ; the average value I this old world take a change for the MA4 I'O:'<(lI''II'"MpA \'.
; The undvrnlpiif tierehr, .i...>Lintt' tluMiiNel\. c-
c I per acre $56. bjtter. tepo.i her for thu) t urKiro| of Iwumintf' 'm.'i>rpo r\\
P S Fruit and Vegetable crates the best. Prompt In the period) from 1889to 1909! tobacco raCed! U"dl'rbo, la\\H of !.'InndH.Arlltlo ['ANCY
& deliveries and I 1 The iininn of thJH 1 orp..iei Ini GroceriesANC
prices. quality pon.sid- increased 1,931:! acres, or 9.J.9: per cent. BETTER MEDICINE -hall bt> LUI'i.AM AND. MA( 1>i>NOl (*UCOMPANY FAMILY ;;
\ ered. for quotations on car lots delivered I U. prtniliml) I | IH( t* u( 'hiiKttKMtflmll '
b' to any station. It has advanceeSrom !9<) acres in 1879 to .hi* i u IA,, it> ttl K I iKsltiiuiLi; :., < >xn olnouiity.
I THAN CALOMEL < MtHltt of I".rld.) but It i".y <*MMI>|IMIoilli | -_ "j.
) 1889) to in 1899! and -
1,190 2,05
in finallyto
.; .f \ -.... aiitl I M gu-I-I .a I iu "Ih..r| |Uciif. nn HIM) .hetittebiarj '1,
3,987 in 1909.! The aggregate pro- or c JlI\ ..nle".. '
Local and Long Distance Phone 207. Artli. lu .'. 1'he II..ltr.1 unijureof' i Inihincw, FRESH '
Phone or. wire at my expense >for quotations. duction in 1909 was 3,5(15kP)0( ) ) pounds; Dodson's Liver-Tone, a Safe Vegetable to be trarnHit<*il I.) hntd i C HHIH' .ii\ Him 11 h.. MEATS'f
t my 111 it. h'aeitg or i Mht ru itw nt <|iiiriii|". 1111tirovliiK. -
c the average yield per acre, 879 1 l pounds; dmlntnjf) VrmtttinK.' <',iillivniin' Htiddf .",
Liquid Now Takes the Place of :: : 5
the average value per acre, $257. \ .l >lih I tiC.> inort uulittr.'I I HtlHiif I ,g und fXrhmiKin : : ; Q-livery
the If tandN, iciifiiittiitM. niul real pr"H'rIY ol' l'Vryehnrater Every Day at Any Hour !
W. R. For the decade ending 1909! hay aud Calomel', Powerful to own, uifiliitaifi, nnd opi-rato hoatuvuhk.en .
FULLER Mineral I N ml! motor, poe ..r.., H U ti.. rHption. to Patronage Solicited -
forage showed an increase of 32,735 Drug. ItanIi. )
own. opiTHtu ire. nut* uiul tiiAintain)
Office Salesroom and Yard: acres, or 148.8!! per cent. ..From.330:: Urn "". wlnr\tfN, ..le\.......,..... taukft, dnilK t, mxlojceHrnUirr hjorti/ KissimriK-e Phone No. 8. k
1k >; 1o.I buy, utqiiiru. hold. 0\\ II. J'le'lgO i ) ,
: KNIGHT'S TERMINALS in 1879rhay and increased Many know the of calomel net'.
acres forage people danger mortgavti, otMiruit. improve build.{] con \.,

:. .. ._ Foot OK FRANKLIN STREET to 7.661 in 1889, to 21,994 in 1899, and yet they take it because ,they IcoodMt Kiruoi atitiKU waroH,traUBieraixl murchmidlHo inwle sad In i roiMrljr nny and all of .e. '

TAMPA. FLORIDA again to 54,729 in 1909. Hence during: know of nothing better Other people: curry. o .AMU, .ml dc.arliitoii: ; to iiiaifufwtnrwoviiorele ,
and bilck sn.t, to ('ontruitt( for itfelf
j the last decade'hav and forage has increased Ire not afraid '6t calomel because they and oilier purBoim, itrutrj or contoraltatiB, Mo J. j.WO"
nearly one and one-half times do not understand. what a ,dangerous w.lkm::.Jt.T\"O..D\::: ; of V he capItal stock .. TJflOMPSOOJOpjKimte;

J __ The total yield in'1909 wa 55,300 tons; drug it is.Nobody. antliuriBed, "b.1I| b* Forty tion'HUiJ (.O..O.OI'J. ( ') "
-I., Dol .tI. 0 tivKit.d into Pout II I.dr'd. Hlmrsuftin
the average yield per acre 1 ton; the needato. take dangerous Calomel I, .* .puraliiH ol' Out lluti'lri'd' ''fl'1( ( ') l P.> ',lutrvHI , )
< h. AllY 4>..rl. fir .1 11 I of mif'l i i < npntil. I .I(,H k.
average. Value acre $ .: >l''. (which IS made from mercury) it nuj h.. |pa' nnlv ,'ithi>r I In fiHh itr in i.n>i i...rt> FUNERAL U1RKOTOR ,t
During the last decade potatoes increased they live near a store where DodHon'H! III/I"r..r. -.ti. \ ! n JIIHL Vulnntioii lo IH heel 1 1l ,
l to I IIM
) |
1'r Cypress Shingles 4,757 acres, or 126.8< per, cent. Liver-Tone is sold. | Tim 1 1'iiMn.MH. <.r.f ''he..i.r..r.I"n. and
bt. ....1101'.1., . ..
.h..11 .
) H /'n'loI.'I.I '. I r. MU
From 1889! when 1.218 acres were reported Kissimmee Drug Co. Hells Dodxor II 'ii, lid 'e< riUri ..11.1, l I nutHurfer ull.l.i li,..,01 l lif I I ICKNSEU EMBAI. ER

Cypress and Pine Lath I jM>tatoes advanced to :,752 by Liver-Tone and guarantees it to In1 a <.not I>more ir'* torn limn, <,oiiHjHtit t\\\ ,L iiitiiibtrttI I if .){ not. " ("him HIM, .*.. i

. 189! !), and to 8,509 by 1)9!) ) The total perfect substitute for calomel. I It is a 'I I 111\' futlou tmiiutl, |"t monx 'h"l1|i I In, theoltiutTk -
10 cOlltilJI' ,tilt. .bUHftM. ..M Uf I IIIC 4' Courthouse
and yield in 1909! ( was 856,967! bushels ; the pleasant tasting vegetable tonic that ... 0111titny .
; ... Rough Dressed Framing ( iniiil th* oiHi r him 11 I lie i i I. < u>.1. Uu
IIr,1 l t.I.\lun! < of orllr tyf t Iht, ,.1! ,
yield 101 bushels livens the liver without ; HHH ('utnntiiyit
average per acre ; i up causing any .
ml,I PI niI I I lu (|tiHltti Al. NX Ain llti, Prt M"l< in.,, Kl -IMMKB: - .
the average value per acre, $98.70- restriction of habit.or diet. It has none 1 1 K..11. I l.i u.hHiu., \ H.r.l'rfKtUul'. t. M. M a IMHItiifh KLORIDA|
- Flooring Ceiling and .. . . ,,,
Siding Finish h *< rt tnrHi> l I rcuuiin'r. mill II. AMinth
The cereals had an agnregate acreage of the bad after-effects of calomel end ;- K II" LttdlKiii; Hud 1'1'I.I,- MonoiithHlmll | I j

- : of 650,486 acres in 1909:as'compared to is safe for children as well as grown Dlrq-tr.. I coiiMitut"' ni.I, I Die.I flIf, Itoiir'l."4 .h.1I' of b.I III"P <.<.1..1..1 lnrM 'IhetiUHlly u",: Divorce Notice. ....

(607,322; : acres in 1899! an increase of u pa. I on the Orhl )Mouitiiy? P In i J CII tiC ry of/ < m"be I Inilnult ( ..
Send "'t.I-\le ol.'I..rlll8 I
us your orders and they will have our best ..rArtlrlu CarneJamea .

c -, attention. We are Salos agents for some of the ted 33,164 more, or 7.1 than per nine-tenths cent. Corn of constitu-the total A Remarkable Book. )(jiorHiIon, I diMll'>. Tht ln'nln term,
largest and best Pine and Cypress Mills in Florida. A rue I e A '1'liu hnl'l i'iirimrnilou' I xtial)) adopt, ) .
and total value of the cereals. Dr. Breaker veteran book ,'.1 i ,, ai>i><- miK |by nin acreage/ our agent, an ii|I'|iroprlatt'' anil' n lot| h.I.a for the ft ILi tlin
Delivered in HtimtvnUilfd
% prices quoted on request dUe I that I David I H. !.
of ttit HtTnirn, and thc l I I. MH .
The average value per acre of all cere- Is offering to the reading public one of uinuudtd or repealed an b,>' nmyOH I JaiiH III. tlclrlKlHiit' tllircln ami-d, whoaerllclriirc .
uny ,
"r"yl.le,1Arlll.i. I ,
: I In i lOW n. la ovnr th., of .Lit
als combined was $9.50, about tnree- the most wonderful productions of the tier-ln.1 .. r t'iiifpHrn, :it kl la thoriilorn; onlernd age that aald i.e.
l 7. The'hlah..1 ninonut of I hidebltdniRaor -
$: GILLETTE LUMBER & TRANSPORTATION CO. fifths as great as that of hay and for- age. It is a book of 400 pages printed I liability' lu Miui h the 4 orpomttnn.. I-nnnlmi III1To..I'\1I1 to\ appear ddVndunt lo tlin,, boo bill 1 and I o)(he lumplalnt la hcrebr filed relri'd "
tlnif I t hbnll W I ? .I
MibjtM iihvlf lious
) .11)u
] ,
age.Of the cereals showing important with good, readable type on fine paper .ud'SIU.tI\Jl.HM'J( ( ') iJullHfNArlttlcH . 'nkle uitl on r b-fre Momla f ), the (Pith day
TAMPA I 'I bu .. .,... au,1 ttUtliltliiM.. f Nov-nle-r. A. D 1141 I.:olhprwloe the alleKalina -
FLA. acreages oats showed the-highest av'rage and substantially bound, for ony: one I Biibsi'rititun i oorjnrHt n tuKthirvitli' 01 I Ihn theiiuiiifKr will b..lak..n iise"RI.t'l1 t liy laid<1 defend.It .

'H value .per acre. Of the hay and dollar! The book is entitled "As It Is of umn) H of the suthorz..ia.It.l, i alt. IN '
'4 I --.4. htiM'k ,.h.d,. fnr. l l b., f illi. furtlur ordered that. lilt order be pnbslu :
> <*< art HH < >WH
y .
. "Other tame cultivatedrasse8" In Heaven by One of the Redeemed l uniH n Week for right .
-, f I --- -- forage crops or W. A. mlh.), Florl'In. lit) "h..",. tlM .... ron.f< utlve weeks
I iNhinunen \ .
-- -- H. II. LiullHtii.,, I". ", alien-, 'aiey) 4aeett a "lots",>ai.r
; I ranked Wheeler minister'swife Florlita
first, constituting more (Mary Sparks ) a KI.lm".1 P nlillxhcd\ Inail.
_. ,: .................................................................. than two-fifths of the entire buy und and a highly gifted author. 'Call
'.I WHAT IT MEANS and forage crop. Cotton; 'With an acre- it a drean., ,a vision, what you please, S':*!14) Clirk ('lrfalt Omrt.;

? 4 t ,$any I>OOple dn no& kllnw wh.t a 8I\nk'l ('''1'11.11'I for. or the dlft' age slightly less than one-half us greatas but the writer speaks just as if she had SI ATK ci.s-ru 1 OF;,H-OKIUA r ;Oat KM..1(( ?_. I. V. K JURB!. KIIZAHF1II JOIINH10N Deputy Clerk.
i. t- '" twe.n a hank of r little or no capital aud one with large capital. that of corn, _had a value more than been there among the living realities of I HK!; IT KNO N'' -I* tint 'ii-" fore "", I Itt, 'underfiKi'e't -, ('olM-iu>r for. Con, plninant atl.Kt
; i Nitlnry Publti, .11. Hiitl, lor I bo, "htniv of - - -- -- - --
r. A BANK'S CAPITA ANIr HUKPI{ .fS four-fifths as great. Sweet potatoesand the upper and better world, and knew. 1 luri'U. ni I.*...... ">*'Ktumlly "pfHn-H| II. A ---
; ,, la th* feed that proi..'L.. the depoaltora from loan, ihcri-forn Hinilh K II Lu'llnin n"I"1,! Ma< Pononnh.' )(Notice of Application for Tax Deed.
the larger It I. the with about two- its inhabitants just as we know people
r..ater yams. an acreage fit know Ntitl know bu
t protection the depoHliora bate. Ihln bank ba.. U* me w ) n n to mo 'lo I ibnImlivldutilM
-I Capltnl of a fifths as great ahay and forage here. What DeFoe was to the natuUll I, tlt'M'rlbi.ii lu HIM.1! who I nutm<.rll..Hfeliu Nolice In tu'rfln p Klieii that. C 1 I'. Carroll pur- _
i II.a i ) *' '4K, :elmer of Tux Ortlflente
No. :IU, dHted,
. I l -ir imiiuiH' i 10 lb I lor Kotnie iiropOHfl' i burin' the 4th
Hnrplna fund*of \ lon) 00 showed a value one and one-half timesas and the "immortal dreamer" was to tie nnd, tim I h: HI know i 1 iel Uti 1 that: lu* txotvitud tbttHHIIIO day of NovimtiT. A. D imi:t, haa rUed aald certifUatu -
btockholdera liability Mj.tsp 00 In HIT oJII ... an...t liaH wale
for I lie |mciM M i ihert 1 In exprwnmilITN appllratlou
e tolial\ "'eat. Peanuts in acreage and spiritual, this writer is to the heavenlyand \\ KS.I in\ Imml and nvnl nL KUHtmnui'iOMMOU for tax ,!....t to lnmi" In tordnnco with law
A . ;
of :
4 : IIJAOOO (to value, respectively. were about two and eternal, and more. A copy should ( ounty. FlorId thU I I lith I da)' of Ht.p4 Saul (ertifliatH vmliraoeH Ihe followiDn do
Tbll me.n. that wo mn.t 'bee JIOOIlOO: Brrlb.Ml i rojmrty Mtimtcd 1 In thu .
I : b..loro our dOllOlllori could 10.. iiilnr.. A I). I'JDIsenlJ 1. Couuty of (>n
; i !leD&. This proloo'iou I. for \"OU. a one-third and two and one-half times as be in every house and everyone should ] W. II <'HA\\ FOR)*. (1'l ii|a: HtHteol Florltln' I I lu wit 1
-, e .{Ht N'ninrv' Public .f-tnte nt I.eVAN Ti( ,, NorthfaHt quarter of the Northwest
: STATE BANK OF great as hay and forage./ There werea read it. Don't fail to' secure this treas- >! AONKV\ & (t'ltAWfc'OKI. AU'rnn>.. .lnarlcr ,:.rtiu' NurllmnHt quarter' of Section 11.
KISSIMMEE few miscellaneous of will take the dread of Townihlp. 'S. Mouth RHIIKH 21))I. EBMt,
the most It
crops, ure. away 4
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q1. ---or- :The: Bald:: land Iwlliff HNN WHIK! at thu tint', of
K''MM" e which are well above the. more usual death, and make the passage throughthe Notice of Administrator. tIe, IHHIIHIKJC' of au< n rertltltntc In the I name of
I ". FL.C>. .lo.. .. : nkllo..n. .
I1y4 J e O. A. CARSON! e crops in value per acre. dark valley a pleasant one. '11 Court of County, Judye, "' 1.1".1 f FloridR. t lijln 1'nlCHHjgii.l' \ crllflrntu shall bo redeemnd. ao-
freildunt JOHN M LEE N. B. CARSON .. Don't wait for the agent to hunt 'C E..I Stella o. \\ rIght flt-04.nHed. (a.ce,xirilhiir, to Istslax dwnj will ian,,,, Ihereou ontlie *
: Vle..I.r..I.I.. hl..J....: lff: ill O,unt). ) I t I.lh day. of Novinl. >er. A. I). 191!' I.

1L e,ttSfltt........ ............................................! I A WOMAN'S OPINION you up-seek him.Subdivisions. N:.UI 1 lee, ih hiTvliy. (be trivcn 4tli ., to of nil I Ja a,horn It ", "i[ .IJ] AKTIII( K, IXINH.N.' '
_ _ _ _ coiHru that tny aary. A. 1>1J91 J 'lcrlt< ( In'lilt ( ''..rt.
!. 1 Hlmll)) ]>r( N.jit lilY ."..u.I..t. .. Atsinlui.tralr OBI'i.olu County Florida
+ .- Wanted. of the twluli' of Hicita. I,. WrlvhtdncfHHfd. ',
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I As to How Our Young Girls ShouldBe We want subdivisions suitable for, Jinlt0,, ,.f .KHirt to the Court Honornblo BH Judge I of*tuo Probnle K. I'arker., ,C.

W. L. 11 : town lots anywhere in the United auk for their approval .n'i\,
rIi VDB DUZOB Reared. States. What have you got ? hate.. ). July .1,.A. D. 1W A.I. E. I I kOUtiiiT, | Notice for Publication.

- :1 ] I The following is taken from the In- BLANCHARD FRANTZ REALTY Co. -1.1II-tlIIoa? pd AdmlniHtrator I ::1'Department of the lntrIorU. ". Land aS(4alneaviie
) .Florida. Ortobor;
ethp.BuIe 89tf Huntington W. Va. 7, 1911Notire
verness Chronicle and written by a -- U hereby given that Joel Rlleii of
Crystal River lady. ---- Application for Final Dischar e. t j xmghman.. Flu., who. on April 27. 19UB, made
Florida Maps. |llom"iit ad Fntry. 8..rI011"0 U6.1K2, for F. I*. of
In Court of the County Judm. State of Florida*!NW 1,4 "nil II\\ >< of NK H. Section\ :JO.lownahlp
I' In last week's paper I read the article Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley Oa eolii Ojunty, In,r. K.tate of Tim. B aBJ 2S Booth' Kaiive V7 East. Tallahaanee meridian
- \ BARBER SHOP Gazette office a pocket of Florida dec'd. 1* baa filed I notice of Intention .to make final fire
Kf on "Are Our Southern Girls Detiri- map Notice U harcby riven. wlllli whom It may con*year prool l. entablliih claim' td the land above
; Real Estate will bemailed.toanyaddre.esin the earn. that on the 10th day of January, A. D. 11M2%lennribBd' before the Clerk of the Ulrrult Court
; orating in Reputation Awhile backI United State. We can also furnish 1 yihall apply Ju the llororabl otpro K. ParkvriJudxof .t Klmlmmee, Fla., on the bib day of Noremj -
fP. l B B* WaWB B a aBa a aBa B j am aBMB BM jaKISSIMMEE also read in of Osceola at tl each and aa-id a* Judge for :j 1911. .
of. county ,
one our leading
rfrrcftt Cold Drinks I Cigars papers."Are maps final dIscharge .. dminititmtor" of the eatate 0 Claimant namea aa wlI""" .".;
American Women Vulgar?" willbeglad! estimate on sectional.maps Tim BmtM deceased, and that at the same time William L Campbell of Campbell I station.Fla.
I of any kind. will preawnt. my final account. administrator 0 Boae U. Hancock of Kunirhinan:: Kla.acarlah .
.It is easy to see these days that the aid estate, and aak for their appro vat '/ T. Kllea of Lon bm.n, FUk.
Iis. mmec, Fla American girls, by their frivolous and A want &d. in the Valley l Gazette always -. hated July 7th. A. D.BASS 11'11. Dan Brown of Loughman 'Ia.lieRsy.
FLORIDA OSCAR Sr.. Admln1olrat.or.ULI : 8. CHUM.
I "easy" manners, are fast losing. the f' brings results. I \ mOor-_ I I2-M! ReJ ateT.,.

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(" ;, 1":1 THE: GRAPEFRUIT carry off the\r\ young chickens, and ifati tOctOtlOt lO iOr>IpiOgOl pr OlacsaOtI "* x; -
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the men were as good shots M C H, j..
: I. a. C1tANFORD. .. ....LtIPRL Rn
9, : Funk they would lOOn,be diminished PrwUUi: .. -
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.Its Medicinal Value-When Ripe Explained he killed two it one shot. How It that e.sM.y

:Five and len Acfe : r"" i ,,by Noted Aolhority.:: for. The marksmanship L dIe'"I..UmoQ'Ald; Society met KISSIMMEE '

Research: proves grapefruit:' thst'tbeSpanlirdaprougbt'the or-pomelo-; afternoon at the' home: of Mis, : E. Gatlln Thursday LUMBER CO., .

Florida with:the Seville orange and the On Sunday last! Mr. and Mra. H. C.Lightaey .

lime when they sought here the Fountain entertained the fatally of Mr. ... .
Tracts inBEAUTIFUL. of Youth. But 'Its popularity was J.';'L:. llilliard.On .-- .*Rough and Dressed.. .... w

,1. nearly. four hundred years in getting Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mm.C. 1

established. Americans are too fond of H. Funk and Mr. and Mr*. Ira Wetherbee. -
sweets) to impetuously I ; embrace even -motored to St. Cloud d called ,PINE LUMBER

such .delightfully toned tartness and ..t the hornet of Col. Sterrett and C. F.

l suggestion of bitterness as are combinedin Warner
'J',' the pomelo. Even' when the old sea- Rev. J. D. Wyandt of near Tampa,

I captain, named Shaddock, (or Chaddock will fill hit usual_ appointment Sunday HOUSE BILLS SPECIALTY a
Shaddoc and Chaddec) brought from the October - "" .- .
I morning, 15, this being his last '
Orient to the West Indies a first cousin service before golpg to Conference.

L LIBERTYP&RK to.the grapefrit to reinforce Its reputation Orange hauling it about to commence IOr>>tOiffyti0if0i dt0ii01tOtId10ti0i10t1Gli0ritftl0t1i0i10t>0110t1p1S '

IIf it took time and fashion's, decree ands the roads are in such a condition it - -- -- ."' - ----- ----- --------- --- je

' to now give occupy them in the high assured society.'position' they is almost empty impossible wagon. We to get think along that withan the ........................j------..+:

I While Shaddock was weighted with county should pay more attention to the EMIL ACH. ERNEST.M
many and diverse spellings the pomelo roads in this vicinity as there is pore Aat.P; ...d.rd 011 CO.. OH. .i

has suffered in a like strain. It was hauling over this road than other ':.
I any t MACH: : : E3ROS
pompelmoes pummelnose pummelos, leading Into Kissimmee. THE LADIES. :,, : ::
pummello, and then simplified to pomelo.To ,
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the French the fruit is known as J Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Five Dollars
i' pompei mouse a grappe. And as the a Week.

world knows, it is the immense grape- Agt. International Harvesting: Co. :. '!

like clusters in which the pomelo grows [AUTHOR UNKNOWN.]

'" which gave the-name grapefruit com- e .A.LL KIN:ca 1IEA::: VT :a.A.: "t-.jING; : 1

monly accepted as correct throughoutthe is down on Beelzebub's books: 0 I
English-speaking) races. Everything new and first l&18. We render prompt and
Gem tf all Suburbs I "August the seventeenth;Isabel Brooks; A 'satisfactory service day or night. '
In the October issue of Table Talk Blonde; splendid figure; big, violet eyes; 'i
Mr. Riley M. Fletcher Berry author of fair feetof small size ONE HALF
Dimples; coloring; ; BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT .
Fruit Recipes,and recognized authorityon Home in the her -
country parents quite
Nav on Sale the subject, says: poor; Z Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 T teeeee.
"The grapefruit must be perfectlyripe.
L c. Then its juice is indeed a stimulant Character Came to the excellent city-today; morals and found still work pure.; .............. ,...... ,

to the liver and a protector to the Wages, five dollars, department store - -- .. -- )
system in general in its effect upon the clerk."
blood, su.ce it is "anti-scorbutic" The C. CARSON, President n. C. BRYAN SKOBKTAXT:

r membrane and rind are considered of Wages, five dollars! to last seven days-

value in possessing a bitter principle Three for a miserable hall room she The Waters & Carson

partaKing of the character of chin'rona, pays;
In Buying a .orne-Look Ahead which principle is contaiped in the marmalades Two nickels daily 'the street cafr receives .... 1Ii

'". made from -it when nbt soakedout ;

-. ... and poured away. In the uncooked One dollar forty for eating that leaves;; GroceryCompany
! fruit its beat value and most delicious Twenty-one banquets at seven centseach .

.>\- . flavor are secured when it has hung
J upon the trees until at least March. One dollar forty has such a long way to
-Wholesale and Retail Dealers inQR.OCERI'E'S-
: And Flondians think it improved with reach k ,
! i' 1 each day which April adds. Northerners There! Every penny of wage has been

For the wise it in who I desires his f o Ift- often fail to appreciate this fact spent, ,
7 and thus do not demand it at its proper Squandered for feasting and riding and
to siirroundingsLiBIUTY
: ily grow up amor healthful for'the rent.Spendthrift. r
season. Giving high prices early
! PARK i the logical location. If ones, by this mistaken judgment, they She doesn't remember
instead of maturedin life's ills-
get it green fully
\. the future of this atchless suberb could the spring just when it would do the How in the world will she pay doctors' WE SELL WE BUY

',ti be thrown upon a ant screen you would most good to winter-clogged systems.I bills? /
V. I What if she's furloughedThere's always HAY
see one of the be? truck and citrus fruit a chance- HIDES

t. a. secions in Florida, joti which will be grow- i I FLORIDA CONFERENCEOn Isabel should save up in advance. GRAIN FURS y
" Hold! We've not mentioned the clothes ... .
' big magnificent cr Charities and Correction Will Be WOOL vti
she must wear- SHINGLES
The realization kill come to you in the. Held in Jacksonville Nov. 16 Dresses, hats shoes, stockings, ribbonsfor AND ..
: future perhaps when prices are far advanced Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 12.All committees hair.
she them? that
How did Suppose ALL
on arrangements for the ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE !: ,
even beyc iiU your fondest ideas of Florida Conference on Charities and we stop; .
; '. just-been Perhaps it\ as well if we let the thing CRATES COUNTRY ,
Correction have organized:, '
rising values! You can' ; : ,,I { ': '" }'
j' realty buy today
i' and will.make a whirlwind campaign to dror. : CRATE NAILS T, I''" :':. ;,. ''.i'io'4RODUCE\ 'f lt .

:" at moderate cost, homesite In section have preparations completed well be- You. ,, good math'matlclans. "may figure it ', ., ..t1), "'" ';" ,;": "!."tI'A.W'Jr.'" ri\' t;:,11>,::1(,'"Jt J Ji J.3; :. '
fore November 16th when the meeting out- > i .4-' ; J" ( : .
that will rapidly enliance l in value, land 011 begins. It's a matter bf 'figures, or figure no .. F4'. j..7' .... ..:.". i;))n.'t''II"t" (, ,'' ..:
We sell field and "
doubt. garden seeds of all kipds.
I which will all Kinds of citrus fruits The tentative program for the conference d
grow which has just been announced, Carry. this picture it's better, I'm sure: We give special attention to fitting out Hunting and camping !

J as well as every kin of vegetable grown in include some of the foremost charity 'Characterexcellent;morals still pure." parties. t

this section ; located close to school and I wbrkers of the United States and some What seeBeelzebub else- is written, we won't try to Free delivery in city limits.: 'Phone No. 1?.

of the most prominent philanthropists we are for fertilizers
I thinks much the same agents good Ask! us for circular
churches, every fivt-acre tract being in and community workers of this state. way and prices on fertilizers.
Indications are that there will be more as we. )
I close! proximity to the best hard road in thau a thousand delegates present, and Why, as I live, there's a tear in his eye!
What hell make Beelzebub ? if
Osceola County, and the proposed electric that they will represent every county in. can cry I
the devil is his I.
and practically every one of the smaller Surely feeling age. i-P-- ,
railway which will be completed and in j I Look what he's writing on Isabel's
'r! ) towns of Florida. /
operation by January'El t, 1912. I effort The towards conference statewide represents organization the first*, "Virtue's page: luxury hard to afford LOTS LOTS I t; ,

''of The of When a girl hasn't money enough for ,
The dweller in the country benefits by' all 'charity forces. problem "
: the "hobo" in Florida during tne winter her board. .. I
good roads because they increase land I' months and the undeserving mendicants LOTS HAVE AND AVENUES BEEN SURVEYED LAID OUT AND IN STREETS. r )

: values. Economy of >transportation is the I and professional beggars who overrun Opening Exercises at Rollins College. :
the state during-the same period, will WILLIAMS' SUB-DIVISION :
Rollins College opened its doors for
chief factor in profit-making to the trucker be a foremost topic of discussion. TheI ..
I the'twenty-seventh year of its work on =
conference will also undertake to arouse - TO --
and farmer. This is a tract of the best I Wednesday, October 4. Trie -exerciseswere ,
the state of Florida to the danger of ignoring -
led by President W. F, Blackman
pine in this section ; pine lands are the I I its responsibility for. Buffering
I and a large number of teachers, students WHITTIER I
and helpless children. A whole sectionof '
choice of a majority of our settlers, not onlyon the conference will be devoted to parents and friends assembled in
the large auditorium of the Knowles
children-dependents, delinquents and new and are offered for sale\ to )
account of the price and small cost of
defectives. Hall to assist in launching another year the public at from

clearing, but because they find by proper I The first session of the conference of service for Florida's oldest college.
The registration has been unusublly $25 TO $35 PER LOT ,
; Thursday evening, will be with the State '
handling these lands are very productive, Federatiou of Women's Clubs, which large anfi; 1 students are still arriving by ,j,I.i,
train. The faculty is the strongest -
and yield good crops of all kinds. This Ii will be concluding a three days' session every in many years, and every indication Whittier will soon be in railroad connection with : ;
( here. The federation has been one of of the United States, and short :
every part in.a time
n for the best and happiest the
land is especially adapted year
to growing vegetables the prime movers for the conference, college has ever experienced. The newbuilding will become one of the most important towns in South "}
of all kinds and its state president, Mrs. A. E. Fred- Florida therefore lots at the above prices
strawberries its ; are only
oranges with ample and fully equipped -
erick of Miami, pledged the federationto one-tenth of what they will bring twelvemonths hence
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laboratories, lecture rooms, class
I and grapefruit.. I contribute the first one hundred dollars -' rooms and auditorium, will greatly Whittier has a telephone line. It has good roads
toward its expense. The federa- for auto travel at time. Has '
mails .
We are sole agents for this property. strengthen and facilitate the work of any per ?
I tion is paying the expense of bringing week. Whittier is on the center land between St.
I teachers and pupils. }
Write today for prices and terms. I II I I Edward T. Devine, perhaps the most Johns and Kissimmee rivers, just twelve miles each i'V\:

[ noted charity worker In the world, to way. One and ohe-halr miles from Kissimmee'Prairie, +'

Florida for the conference. New "ote!.for Sale or Lease. land of the Hunter Land Company. We have the best i :.
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New\ Hotel, located in one of the fastest land for trucking and farming in Florida. We have
mLLIARDS ISLAND growing towns in the state. This fruit and vegetables all the year round. We ,are in r, ,
L .' | hotel is only 75 feet distant from the the center of stock raising by the best and cheapest '*
depot, located in new brick)) block, contains -, method on earth. We have a school roll of eighty;
I 26 rooms above with refreshment
I Items. of News from That Thriving and dining room on the ground floor. two grocery stores ; two hotel., open the year round. '. '
\, I Furniture and fixtures are all new and Whittier is on the east boundary of Lake Maripn, which'Y .9
I Settlement and Its Vicinity. up-to-date. Can be leased for a period extends westward connecting with 'Ia chain of lakes to

II i The continued dry :weather! is causingthe of five years with privilege of five Kissimmee river. Here Is the hunting andflshjng par- **

H M. farmers much extra work, and irrigating years additional. Splendid opportunity adise. Whittier has the best marl material for
t' BREAKER. & CO. for a first class hotel man to secure,a good
is the order of the the streets and hard roads-in Florida. yc
, day. business that will pay from day of -:- -:- -:- -:-
!J I i Mr. Benjamin Barber spent Saturday opening. A large number of traveling Maps of this sub-division can be seen at the office kg f, T

.bight and Sunday with his grandmother, year men visit and this the town place is every filled day with fn tourists the of A. E. Drought or T. C. Roberts, in St. Cloud, Jenkins v I-

i -: Over Osceola Pharmacy :- Mrs. McKee. during the winter months. Full & Woodham's office in Kissimmee, or at E. R. .:
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Lew.! of Tampa, particulars to Interested persons. Call Bass' residence in Whittier. } x vy
pent from Monday till Friday with Mrs. on us early if you are interested in a =
KISSIMMEE 0 FLORlbA Lewis' Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas proposition of this kind and we will -- "J
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f show you the pioperty. _
Hughy.: II. M. BREAKER &; Co.. E. R. BASS.. ;
........,... II I The home of ..Mr, J. K. Hilllard baa 84-tfV > KlBsimmee, Fla. r ,
I-I ,. : I I been much beautified by his having itrepainted. I' J 4 II '.. L
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___ ___ 71 -w.' ...UHARRS.,- Editor -and, Prop'r.,-". an Only instance once In in a"which long practice I telt I justified did I find In Heavy Docket .this Term anil Many ,. S'T ; :CLQiJB--"The Wonder\City

) : ,!S. ... TR1HLETT Associate Editor.., resorting to it. A man was run over (Lases Disposed Of. E ,
,_ : by a locomotive, the wheels passing News Item from the City whose Unprecedented
r PUBLISHEDEVER! FRIDAY.. over the left groin in such a way as to County'court convened Monday'with has Startled :
Growth the.World.
i Office in V a.lley'a tte Building.KIS81MHKE. ., almost completely sever the left from. an extra heavy docket, there being -

: : : .OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLA. the' body. In fact, a few pieces of integument thirty cases to be tried-n-twenty-seven ,. II' 1I .
.. and strips of clothing were 1 criminal and three civil. The following. T. C. ROBERTS SrEcIAL; CORRESPONDENT:
SUBSCRIPTION- all that was holding the parts together. cass have been disposed of:" 4 I

4 .' .... .. RATES. .. .. .. .:. .1100>>\ There was nothing to doha must die; Thos.VlIlIderli.p, larceny;nolle pressed. C. Av Loud who arrived In St. Cloud worth Leagde had met,to hold their glut the Klisimmee market by. ChnIimas ;
\ : OB<(<>*copy.etx month year . .. ..'.. ..., .. .... ... to I. and when told ol the cert'll.lnty of his J. P. Jones libel; continued. last week, lelt Wednesday for his home regular monthly business meeting and time. Jv-. .
I: &' fate he begged piteously for somethingto K. .M. Langford selling liquor In dry in San .Diego, Cal. lie ii not going to social, meeting this time at the parson Mr. Gibbs i is enjoying a visit from one '
); "'i" All'oomrnflntaatloni. except from our authorised .. ease hU Buffering. I told him what county; not guilty. rema a away, but goes to bring his wife age. All were delighted with the beau- of his frfends. Your correspondent i,4/! :
-4' aorrwpondenta.rouet be nla-ned by the write. ? I the remit would be'al1d urged him, if Lucius and Alex Jones, gambling; not to the sunny Southland. Mr. Loud is a tiful flowers decorating the rooms in failed to learn the Doctor's name. 'rJ
.. ',. Rejected matter will not be returned unlw I he had any preparation to make to attend guilty. brother of (len- Oo. B. Loud, who .honor, as they supposed of the league Messrs. Clyte. and McCutcheon were '

.I -ailed for.-- --| I to that first. He still plead for Burrell Yates, Improper exhibition. of formed the first G. A. R. Post\ in Florida meeting., The business meeting pro- callers at Rw.ner.i Sunday. ,

,i Entered at tb.Poatoffic In :...lmm..... Fla....I relief from his a o'1Y' I then spoke to, a dangerous weapon; continued. while mayor of Pen..aeola.. ,, ceeded as usual, committees reporting; Our people have quit killing alligatorsand ,t
,. .Mond-claaa. mall matter. his wile; I told her plainly if 1 adminictercd William Lewis, assault and battery; etc., and at its close the president, are maJing pets of them.) If from '."

; -"- chloroform enough to quiet his I, not guilty. Among the new'arrivals of the week Miss Gertrude.Johnson, excused herself Missouri, *'ill at Be l's and be con-
f' Friday,'Ocb31"9it; : I pain he would not be in a condition to Frank Gilser, illegal sale. of liquor; is George W. James, who has traveledall to-assist with ,the refreshments. The vinced. j I

prepare for death. She urged me to'continued over the country from the Atlanticto members weie indeed surprised when a There ar thousands of cabbage plants <
i :'., --.--.. proceed. I did. so, and when leased hlpal deorge; Bronson, Tom Sutton, R. V.ijtradley the Pacific. We are glad he has seen few moments later Miss DooliUle commenced being put it and lots of tomatoes and ,1,1,:ij!

't.. ,'\ he wan dead. The least that can and Ellis Crow, gambling; con- the rest of the Union first for he will the strains of a wedding marcb, egg plant! growing nicely, and other' .
I' be said of it 'IH that it i Ic. a fearful responsibility tinued. .>, doubly appreciate our fine climate. and Miss Johnson reentered the room improvi'mits shoeing up well. .' t
I Is Sent Complimentary. : t>. M. bKEAKER, M. L!. L'Iza RockweJJ, assaultand battery; with Mr. Richard Bower. In front of Mr. He's connete bungalow is a I I f

I .. Parties receiving this paper -- not guilty. .. Mayor H. C. Stanford of Kissimmeewas the mass of flowers over the fireplace beauty, ofrill be when completed. "
OFFICERS ELECTEDAt Lynd Martin assault and battery; in town Tuesday. they paused. Miss Neva Large ..look Mr. Sn< has anotner batch of Buft .""
who are not regular fined 910 and costs, fine suspended during I,I her place as bridesmaid and Mr/Tred downy lit/e thicks His place teems
i must'not think that it' is the intention | good; behavior. B. Kenney his as groomsman, and before with old. on's, the size you like- to see -_
? of the publishers to later Will Jones, vagrancy; nolle prosBed' Mrs. Cecil J. Smith, corner of New the company hardly grasped the situa- go Into fe frying pan. He also haa

I. : demand of them the subscription the Annual Meeting of the Ice and Lilla Stearns, aggravated assault; Jersey has avenue and Thirteenth street, tion, Rev. J. B, Westcott was proceeding banana ties, a few thrifty pineapples, ,.
who been "
sick for the
.. not guilty. past two with the wedding ceremony.A and a nf garden of peas, tomatoes,
1 price, OM(it is mailed to them complimentary Cold Storage (ompany. -Emma Spaulding, illegal sale of liquor weeks, l is now improving nicely and we . large number of members and okra, tulips, and few watermelons. "

by our Boarf County in dry county; guilty. hope she will soon be around again. friends were present, and the young O. S. Bowler his brother, wife and

. 4-/ Commissioners fovrfre; "purpose The first annual meeting of the stock- Fred Albert, carrying concealed wea-. I couple were heartily congratulated. Re I idaughteof Smith Dorian ]point, made .

I of acquainting them with the holders of the Kissimmee Ice and Cold pons; not guilty. Rapid progress is being; made on Mr. freshmenU-icecream, cake ahd fruit- a plea '"- call at Mr. Keep s Saturday
) Storage company, was held in the pres John Corn ally,vagrancy; nolle prosse Bardwell'a new residence on the lake were served. Before time for the gath- afterno. ;
: many advantages and opportunities ident's office of State Bank o' Kis- Fred 'Loving svumg- liquor in a dry front, and it will be. ready for occupancy ering to break up, a goodly supply of The lisic furnished on the Lillie on

;, this town and county offer gimmee on Wednesday afternoon at county; noJle."ros by the 23rd of the month. Bass & rice had been secured, and a large her tnjlown the lake last Friday even f.

: : the homeseeker. The paper will which a majority of the stockholders Walter Hogan, selling liquor in a dry Proper have a large force of men paint- crowd was waiting outside with the favorite ing wa enjoyed by those. on the lake '

I \ be mailed for a few weeks to any were present. county; nolle pressed. ing the building. and it will be one of musical instruments for a sere 1 front j CORRJ8I'ONDENT."I'I
.' The secretary's report covering the Emma Hogan, selling liquor In a dry the prettiest houses on the entire lake nade. They made the air ring; as Mr. I "
I person. whose name is given us, Brut year's business of the concern was county; not guilty.G. front. and Mrs. Bower left the parsonage.The t CAMPBELL '

and if they should desire to receive very satisfactory, showing that the affairs W. Norton, carrying concealed I evening was certainly enjoyed, I

4 f it regularly thereafter, we of the company had been wisely weapon; not guilty. I'' Messrs. Makinson, Vans Agnew and and beneath that is the deep appreciation -. .

; ,; would be glad to put them on our and economically: administered, and thata J. H. I'orterent, carrying concealed Nelson of Kissimmee were in :St. Cloud felt by the members for their president -" Items from Kissimmee'sHusUing
fair profit on the investment had accrued. weapon; guilty. Motion for new trial. THraTbusiness trip Tuesday.Mr. choosing the regular meeting; of Interring,
:: subscription list at the regular; \. James McCarthy, larceny: placed on her beloved society celebrate this Suburb. .

,t rates-$1 per year 50 cents for I A desire was manifested by all stockholders absentee docket-defendant in insane important event. I
c .' six months. present that everything; possible asy lu rn. and Mrs. Ferguson cff New York MISS Johnson has nerved as presidentfor Miji Ada Koherts and Addie La-
I should' be done to see that all customers .{iley Johns:assault and battery; nolle have arrived in town and Mr. Fergu- two terms, and the league is greatly nienjlnt .Saturday at Loughmun and

I of the company are satisfied.' an.1 pressed-defendant I being dead non will take charge of 11. C. Stanford's indebted to her for her faithful, eflifient retuj'f' home- Sunday moriung I'
any complaint made to the president: or II. W. Weaver colored, charged with dry goods store. lie has served very : work. From the time it was. A/.ty of young and old people at-

: A Step Forward. manager as to discourtesy of the driVers selling liquor in a dry county, was tried Bucce. slulyjn] thin,capacity K iS8imm. formed she1' has been one of its. most active :- tt-nJii( party at the home of Mr. Dan
p:; or short weights; will receive yesterday, the jury failing to agree, .., and we are glad; to welcome him workers. Lant last h"n ; The Tribune IH highly pleased to note prompt and immediate attention. and a mistrial was ordered. Anothercase to St. Cloud. The-serenaders were kept busy. last | MMar<'us Norton of Hames City'

that the County Commissioners. of Dm The following directors were unanimously against the same defendant on the Thursday n ght. After performing valiantly -I spu ''unday with MissAda I Itoberts.

ceola county, at a meeting held last elected to serve tor the ensuing same charge. is being( tried this morn- Dr. anl( Mrs. !lyre and Miss Neva in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dick SK.; K. Brown had the misfortune

Monday, voted unanimously to ce-a..e. year: ing. Large were; elected members the Ep- Bower, they turned their steps to the i to I his bird dog last week as he in- ?

,. teasing the oAinly convicts to private It. T. Butler, E. L. Lesley] C. A. The civil case of A. W. Wmtv vs. J. worth League; at its business meeting corner of Michigan avenue and Twelfth | tegl. to hunt quail this season, but as
; parties and to put them at work upon Carson, W. B Harris A. Rose N. U. W. Cole and Fred McConnell, assumpsit I last Thursday. Also the league decidedto street. Last Tuesday ,Edward E. Ely thor dog is dead she won't have L ,
1' the public roads. Carson and J. F. JO'Berry. damages $70, was tried and resulted in'' invite the Kissimmee league to at- was married at Jacksonville to Miss I thf'aaure of going with Mr. Brown

The Kissimmee Gazette, in warmly The stockholders meeting then adjourned a verdict in favor of Mr. Winn for $55. tend the next monthly meeting. Anna Lewis of Trenton, N. J.. .coming ai'flger.are. .
approving the action of the Commissioners and the new board of directorsmet J direct to St. Cloud and making their | Paul Nettles and Charlie i

; cites the fact that young white men and elected the following officers! home at the Caldwell place. The hearty tj are putting up a !fish house at ,
.ii have been sent in that county to turpentine who will serve one year: A SAD ENDING Business Men's League.The serenade bespeaks the good wishes felt I I (Jk-bell where they will have plenty '"'!e-

camps for sixty or ninety days R. T. Butler presided' ; E: L. Lesley, Business Men's League of St. toward the young couple by their townspeople for the market. '
'I for the simple offense df riding on a vice-president; N.: B. Carson, treasurer Cloud was called to order at the usual here.riRPARi. ih Willie and Ola Campbell spent '

t 't raIlroadtrainwithoptpurchasinaticket ; W. B. Harris, secretary.Mr. To the Life of G. T. Jarrell, Son of hour, 7.30. Monday evening, Mr. Smithin night! at ughman.:; returning

Si or having the money wittuwhicn to pay Jones will continue as general this the chair and Dr. Eulenfield secreta- ,j : p. Monday.
i; fare. They were subjected to all the manager of the plant. A.. B. Jarrell: of City. I ry. There was a large crowd in the hall. :

.t c: cruelties of the convict taskmaster for Mr. R. 0. Meek, who has beta secretary One of the saddest pieces of news I The committee reported on the fire I KISSIMMCC< : PARKs

z such offense and. besides, placed with of the company since the firefrof that has reached Kissimmee for brigade, and much of the evening was Local
sometime Happenings Interestingly Told
:, the worst type of criminals. The Gazette the year has sold his entire holdings in came on Monday when Mr. Lee spent in discussion regarding the matter !

goes on to say: the plant and theretore severed all Jarrell received a telegram from Mica- leaving it, as i is/ usual when there :[ by (Our Correspondent.Still of Interest From Our
: "The Commissioners acted wisely in connection with the concern at yesterday's stating that his brother. T. is a surplus of discussion, at about the Busy
opy Gray '
: this matter. and demonstrated that' not meeting Jarrell, had met with a serious accident same point it was taken up. So much'' FowlerPark grows. Every week Neighbor Across the lake.
only are they business men who '" ork I. The company now has one of the best and would probably die. Lee left at extra talk is unnecessary, and if some others of our people come to improve yr.
for the welfare of our county, but that Florida few would keep their seats at least their land have it he lake is
?j 4 equipped plants in this section of once for the bedside of his brother, and part or improved. very low and It is feared
::5 they: have hearts that are not calloused which is turning out a very superior on Tuesday night telegraphed his family of the time, it would be better for the Messrs. Burton and Kyte of Wichita t navigation will be greatly impaired 1

against the mistakes and misfortunes quality of ice, and the stockholdersfeel here that Gray had breathed his last. league. : Kans,' arrived Thursday of last weekl ess a replenish comes soon. r.!>
; ; of their fellow-man. We do not nor that they bave every reason to expect From a news dispatch we gather.the The Sawyer brothers and Messrs J he majority of the truck gardners;
'i : have we ever believed a person should even better results in the future of the sad Cox and Ryan of Kansas City, were our e are preparing their land for
following particulars Two a
accident -
& e be sent to the penitentiary as a place Happy Marriages.October 1 \
c tha, in the past.D.TJVnSEl. It that Mr. Jarrell and Saturday establismng corners on theipl crop.
of punishment, tut that it is our duty appears lI!lesars.
seems to be a favorite month ton E.
--- - --- his wife were out riding, when the horse land.When Harr*. and
to' make of such person a better man attached to the buggy became frightened for1 weddings in St. Cloud, and great interest out to be shown, stop and I loon jck brought over to the Park Sun-
:, "woman by treating-them humanely and started It: is felt in the one which took place at Lynn's gardenI y and Monday several land seekers,
and teaching them the error)tot leading to run. was a most Thursday night, October 5th. The Ep- ; am wondering if the Park ,stuff wd the following bought
hazardoul!: race for nearly 'half.mih, property:
a life of crime. Then agairf, whipping ..h n/nHIorshczook. '
.. : is resorted to by lessees when convicts and whit the occupants of \hq buggy; llo,er. 'vent."n ,forty acres; Joseph _
_ [ I- ""PDII a .1 T' A "'
__ L Believes the Florida Gtrus Exchange saw that) the animal was frantic and d d -
I, become unruly or cpmmlt some act not "': rents, fifteen""acres'"Xfl oTVennsyUIfinia.
intend to until the .
not stop was .
'pleasing to the boss, a thing which ,
Salvation Citrus
4 Industry.
probably wrecked, decided to jump, 1 ,
should not be allowed and is not practiced ACRE BARGAIN'j. Tuesday Mr. McPhatter'brought '
c which Mrs. Jan-ell successfully did, but 'l over
: : in these times except by semi- The Gotha Citrus Growers' Associa- her husband, less fortunate, In. someway Bother party of prospective buyers.
civilized countries. The mere act of Mr. f. Limbeck
tion was organized last week. Its"nt fell over the dashboard and was and wife were. Kla'f'
whipping a prisoner dops not by anymea'a is Mr. I). T. McNeil. It will pmmee Park visitors Sunday.
trampled kicked such 4
or to an extent
make of that a better Land bordering on town limits, few minutes walk to centerof 1 Kev N. C.
prisoner that Mr. McNeil the Enge and son
was that he was rendered unconscious.... He were in Kis-
Kisgimmee. On hard road which trolley line is. being
Worker or a better man. but it certainly on fimmee Sunday.
head of the Florida Protective
active was; taken to his home and physicians built. All cleared half fenced. For fruit. truck or poul- it
does make a brute out of the man who 1\1. Mung..r and
association formed this L Mil family visited
'. '; applies the whip. The question would League an yearfor from Micanopy and Gainesville were try. Orange grove on adjoining property one side. truck r Saturday the t
i the of
bringing together in
; summoned. It several hours before 4
purpose was farm other side. Could he divided in building lots and
then arise, what should be done with on Mr and Mrs.
all of the fruit outside of Henry Alvey
t; convicts when they refuse to work? one body men he regained consciousness, and in big money made. If sold at once. $1600. (Address, C. II. m-re this week are over a
; the l- orid Cltrus Exchange. To gather .
meantime fragments of the skull '
R. Gazette Office.S. .
Why the simplest remedy on earth Valley I Dr. Derbyshire
data and to fully prepare himself for which had been fractured daughter were
were re- *
_ could be applied, and it's one that never the duties of his office, Mr. McNeil moved but the proved of no .visitors' here Monday. .
fails to bring tie most obstinate to operation We ar..pleaNed to
made a trip to ma.yof the Northern avail, and death resulted at abOut 7 state that our schoolhteacher.
I terms: Feed him pn bread and water Miss Bessie I
citrus fruit markets, inspecting fruitas o'clock Tuesday night. His remains Hodges, is highly J.
; I until he changes his mind, and we guarantee it was teceived watching sales and were buried in Gainesville, Kla.-on yes- p P'T' with the park"'"' her twenty \
his mind will undergo that changeIn The Park
interviewing buyers. The trip so impressed terday. I r people join in wishing
In an exeedingly short lime. success. .
Mr. McNeil with the standingof CORR ;SJ'ONDF.: .
Deceased of :
the eldest Mr.
was son
M* ij There has never been known of in Florida the Honda Citrus Exchange thatwh..n and Mrs. A. B. Jarrell of this city. He S. BUZZA & SON' J i
a greater unanimity public sentiment -
: he came back to Florida he informed was possessed of j a" happy disposition, Notice. I
i ,
w on any one proposition than exists -
W. C of
Mr. Temple
manager '
I and made friends of all with whom he Kissimmee
in favor of FlaOctober
: today abolishing the the Florida Citrus Exchange, that he : 10, 1911
? < convict lease system. JIil1 boroulh was was overwhelmed with what he had seen became acquainted. Cement and Concrete Notice is hereby given that the State '
- --- and : i'
one of the first counties in the state to and heard and that he did not believe County tax books for the1 year 1911
make the change within its own borden Meeting of V. I. S. will open for collection on November
1' that even Mr. Temple fully realized the Work of all Kinds ,
t irE and this change was brought about first. I am now ready to furnish
hold the Exchange had obtained upon The ladies of the V. I. S. met at the infor-
j -to only after the question had been submitted mation relative to this tax. A
the jobbers of the country. He was Chapter House Tuesday, October 10.
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY of two .4 flTheKissimmee
. to the ppople. The Tribune w..lcome. asked upon his return if he was goingto We regret to say there was a very siriall per cent. .will be allowed on all
i y Oacoola county to the enlightened the and t taxes paid during the month of Novem- ..
said he
join Exchange, certainly attendance, and wish to urge all members .
-'. 5' who have removed this blot from and that if the Exchange Residence Phone 58 MabbetteOffice 8tr ber. c *. BANDY, "
was ; to be present at the next meeting,
.; rk, their names and trusts that there will did not want to take him in he would which will be November 14. Phone 132 near DiI1ing am.Al Tax Collector.ANNOUNCEMENTS )

be a series of such reformations until appeal to the law to make them do so. We would like to call the attention of I ""
: every county in the state is enlisted un Mr. McNeil was the Ife&der in formingthe the public to the papers and fruit peel- ,17

rjV derthe bannerofhurnanlty tithe weaker association at Gothn and will be an ings about the postomce, and urgal/ that -- --- --..
and -
erring fellow-man. ardent worker for the best interests. they make use.-o f the cans provided for For Clerk Circuit ''.
The sentiment the' Court. .
existing through
such things.The +-- ------'"""""...---- --"" --- (
state is sure to bring such influence to At'the Ill-lent noliclUllon of .
extended a vote of thanksto inv friends
i bear on the next Legislature that the Notice. throughout the ronnl). 1 hereby
: the band for furnished the aonuaore my-
on elf
.i q lease system will be abolished so far as moonlight also to Capt. Johnson I II In kni a," fur Oaceoisouuty for Clerk of a:Ihe the Cl re'nit Court.
t :' .: ', state convicts are concerned. The Notice is hereby given that the City I for the courtesies shown. I DISTINCTION IN DRE m.ry. I wish to thank the f'euple coming lot nri
i many
is. ,c i t change will mean a higher standard for Council will receive bids for curbing, kind snppoiin the put. and .ouna their Support -

i i Florida, untold benefit to the criminal grading, and paving as follows: Em- Belles of Blackville. faithful In the.....fUlore. If. el"rlerl. I aiei5, my '

.t 1 ,..t' In the making of" a better man, and mett street, one hundred and fifty feet duties of the office..P.r..n.i>ertfullr' ) Itsnllouto the 11

k //4 practical results to the people in the north of the intersection of Stewart and On Friday evening,'October 20, the For Ladies and Misses f J L. OVBKSTRKKT.For :; 't;:
: it building of good roads. -Tampa Tri Broadway; streets, Broadway street "Belles of Blackville. will be presented

t bune. _ _ _ from the intersection of Stewart and at the opera house by some of Kissimmee's I tobhadin $ Tax
Assessor. It
Broadway streets to the intersection of
talented ladies the
.. young I hr..
akin avenue, and Dakin avenue from be devoted to the 1'5."Unour"'e "TeelfBoendicleta for the
v A Business Proposition. proceeds to piano tffiee uf .
the intersection of the "Printzess"COAT f J in""r" orr?' 0.01. .
Broadway fund of the A W. L. Go6ut.. boys, and lees to Ihe u Ie'noer.ttvon.' >,. at the ..
q 4 The County Commissioners of Osceola passenger depot of the Atlantic CoastLine take your medicine; you'll get all that's joinIng .primary. .nj, If -IBC' 'tert I .
a >. railroad, according to plans and i j live my attention' loevory leSifTor.
eountyhave renewed their contract with coming to you anyway. SUITS uixned with the'offloe. "
ll ,.. the Valley Gazette to send out eight specifications on file in the City I ---" - O BUOKF ,'.
,; :{ : Clerk's office. All bids to be filed with' -- - --.
hundred of -
copies the to subscribers -- ---" .
paper .
r"' the City Clerk not later than November It Waan't Theology. i
;.J in the north. While the HeraldS ; and LONG COAT
I' j'L does not expect such a stunt to be pulled 7tJ1., .1911 Council; reserves the Scotland whatever other virtue 0! C. .. BTtr. rr.i .. E. rrtlFFE*. *>,??
S right to reject any and all bids. vice sue have, the theological .. '..
; : off by the Orange cQllnty-( >mmlsa on- may possesses 11. TrolLKISSIMMEE
t' era, it would certainly be well for the ... J. R. GILBERT, "bump" to a wonderful degree. These garments are skillfully designed, cleverly tailor*
t -, ; : ; Commercial Club or the of Sanford City Clerk. I .
city From the mother church or state
t Perfect F1Jat
They give
p and priced. a
to consider a like proposition here. The -------- a

: ,. Herald has accomplished as much for The experience of the County Commissioners vcburcb.: sprang two dissenting,churches - the" collar, shoulder,. front and hips. The fronts ha/ CONSTRUCTION
v )ii. ',this l section as a newspaper could possibly of.Osceola in subscribing for and from these again sprang subsidiary bred COMPANY
: do and this proposition for advertis of the Kissimmee Gazette, which "bodies." There is a little village a foundation of Plio canvas which will not sag or .. -

\.%; 1": ..1. Using is made for the benefit of the city copies were sent to the addresses of Interested In. Scotland which Is said to possess They are made of cheviot mixjtare in tans and gray, '4 *.Nu..cru.aAu.. KINDS or '

't tt and not as a request for charity. If people in other sections: has proved So more churches than inhabitants. and The linings of Cement, Granite and Marble "
in bines browns Blacks. i s.4 e
i ) \. Tti. Herald is not a good advertising successful and so many excellenLresuIts serges ,
; it said to
,, '. r medium and the offer is not good from- in new citizenship and investmenthave Oup day a stranger visiting are guaranteed. -: -:- -:- -:- .MONUMENTAL
r ( . a business standpoint don't do it. been traced directly to this venture a villager, "Surely there must be a : WORK .

fr :',.,,4.: ,: Only in passing it. would be well to ; in publicity, that the*Commissioners great deal of theology here." "Na na," J'

_ i ; ', remember that hundreds of good far4 dsV not hesitate, at their meeting a replied the Inhabitant; It'. na theology; 'PRJfq7ZESS"'DITINCTON IN Dli Make Plan. and Specifications 't'

"mers) are locating in Osceola county few days ago, -to renew the subscrip It'. only. 1U temper.London_ Queen. ., and Contract for all
_ _ ,: this season because they received the tions and also to compliment the Gazette kinds of J,
_____ 'I, Osceola,county' papers free.' -Sanford on its fine work. The county of Boiling Point. of Metals.' An Invited atKATZ'S I II'j& .,
Herald. .. ".'-,_ . Osceola--now-pay. for 800 yearly sub A recent Investigation gives the following Inspection CONCRETE BRICK -'- ,
t '- scriptions to the Gazette and these' are as the boiling"bolnts for pertain Del WOOD BUILDINGS

Euthanasia: sent where they will\ do the most good well known metals: Aluminium, 1,800 iJ .- -- '
t$ ,'t, ;:\ ,t Iis// an example which ,other counties degrees O.J copper 2,310 degrees : ( Offle*tnd Worm '".-.i ?

_ .i .'l "'!'be?erIarg.numberofnotablenien In1 Florida, which are expecting' a share Iron2,460 degrees O.; lead\ 1,525' : SprooU Ave. and Midland Ry. '.

._". 'j who feave given expression to the rightfulness of the benefits of the movement people O. sUrer :1&X ; . .. .. """ MMEE. .'
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of euthanasia in cases utter 'capital toward Florida ,would -: C .
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r,.J KlsslnuneeValleu Gazette Holy Communion 'will'be celebratedat Mr. C. A. Canon returned Sunday : . U

., .1l* the Presbyterian'church on Sunday night from Jacksonville where she has REVIVAL! SERVICS: -i j '

TBI.KPHONB NO. ti. morning.. There will also b* reception been the put month in attendance upon -
of members: You: are cordially Invited. her husband'* Senator Carson, who underwent '

*:: PUBLISHED "$:'{ ;:RY FRIDAY a surgical operation in that Now lir Progress; at Methodist Church .
W. A. McCool
4 i Mr.hie left Tuesday night\ city about four weeks and who Is '

"';\: -.. 'W.'B.,-NAfiRIH.BY-:- will return boniest here Beaver in about Falls a month,'Pa.when He Larson expected to return in a few days. Mrs. Meeting wiUi Much Success. J Jhe ) !1.BAPTIST -.G Ouncs

was accompanied hereby her .. .
t revlvar held
ha will bring his family and. .remain. un- mother,' Mrs., J. M. Bryan, who remained services now being at ,. r rerwsw.reurwWeathp" til late spring. until Tuesday, when she left for the Methodist church under the, Jeadr.l mu a.llT.r..t unto the Oatou."-Jud.j.. f

:"' I The Kissimmee 'Construction .Co.. Is her home. at Dania., dershlp the Rev;,G. A, Klein, of Bir--,". 1' .' j OrFJOEJUl'. .' THE OHUROII "

ReportFollowing' prepared to furnish cement, granite and *' mlngham: Ala., are growing in interest ,. BUNYAN STEPHENS, Pastor; t
marble monumental work of size Senator Bryan may;not have and -in.: r
any or spiritual power.If you are Interested -- ,. C. W.TDAJW. Clerk' ; C.F. BRYAN..Treasurer, +
awakened the nation with outburst ,
i' design.:. Let us.,figure with you. Write In spiritual Ufe and DEACONS;. A. Canon C. J.- N. C '
( your com Woodall Bryan
l tem: call 'of oratory but he has retained the esteem < ,. + ,
\' are the Bally or at our works, Sproule avenue" t
", and Midland 42-tf and ,respect of. his home people. help win others to Christ, .1C you are J. W. Wilder" J. M. Willson, Jr.. Joe Jeffords M.
t and precipitation railway. Hicks A, S. Gilbert J. M. Han
peratdrea p md of his senatorial associates. Mr. -' ; ell. W. H. Jones.

1. ',. reported ,by the Government Mr' Geo. M. Taylor will openia 'gro Bryan may never attain to exalted l'J., '! 'f '..' v L-i-j H.'Vj'j' iii -L_ !"''I n t i-'i jijinii in HIM "ii -*,.

''Ii tafionat, KIssimraiM for the cery store in the McLean building on height aa a statesman but for honestyof ORPEJI OF'SERVICE-Oct.? 16, 1911 .
week ending Oct. 12. 1911. Brack street In: a few days. Mr. Tay purpose and steadfastness duty, I \
;), lor at one time previously lived in Kin its record, we ''Venture will compare MORNING-ll, .
, & a>.I lint. shut aimmee.and will no doubt enjoy a good favorably with that of any public ser. Piano Prelude ... "
);, trade. V81'1t.-J>alatta Times-Herald.. i /, __:_.- -
Friday .\.' w'66 . "Hol ;HoIyrHoly"Hyroh83; ''t
., . 9' 65 . Mr. John Dunla'p, a very aged ex- Mr. Kenneth Butler reports the sale ,,.'; Invocation .,
,: Saturday. .J soldier of the Union army, last,week this week of the Butler orange Hymn 61-"Sweet, Day.of Rest"e.
. Sunday, . . ''' 93 69 . received hi* admittance papers to the near the cemetery to Mr. Hyman who 's 7h ,. a rti'J Scripture .
Monday . . . (E. 91 71 . Soldier's Home at Johnson City, Tenn., came here recently from Georgia. It is i. Hvmn 91 "Hersld'Angele"Prayer -
and left Wednesday to enter that Insti and Announcements '
Tuesday.91 4i6 .. understood that Mr. Hyman will return
Offertory 66-"The Lord is My Shepherd"Invitatiom47"Ansel
Wednesday. . 92 .69 . tutlon. to Georgia next week for the purposeof Sermon .. "

66 . *t>oh't miss the bringing his family here, when he '
/ Thursday _, 98 Gypsy Picnic Wednes- will at once begin the erection of a My.Soul.. Arise" .
day, Oct. 25, in Reading Room .
grove handsome
residence on his, newly ac- ; .Me
opposite New St. Cloud Hotel St. skk EV.bNING-'lSO: .
: .
The sale
luired made by
_. _. Fla. property. was I .
- -- ----- Cloud auspices of Eastern the real estate firm of H. M. Breaker Song Service- "
'- Star. Full dinner 11 :30 to 2, including &Co. I 356-"Sunshine in the Soul" "
famous Gypsystew 25 cents. 41.2t 108-"Glory to His Name" l
Mr. P. H Rinehart and his 210-"Jesus Saves"
HELD. The lawn- le which was to have been cousin. i iI .:. ;
THE: LOCAL Mrs. .Belle Modi, reached this city Wednesday -
'I given tonight oh the grounds. adjoining night from Frederlcktown, Ohio / Song 107-"My Redeemer"

the Presbyterian church bythe ladies They spent last winter here, during k 'w Scripture
of that has1
i denomination, been post- which time they purchased property in Prayer and AnnouncementsOffertory "
__________ poned In deference to the revival meetings Prospect Park, and are here SlOW to r / 'v yy k' 456-"We'll Work"

fall at A. S. Gilbert' now in- progress at Methodist build a residence and make! Kissimmee .1 si Sermon ,
New goods arriving church.
their permanent home Mrs. Modi is d Invitation 192-"Take Me As 1 Am" _
.. 39tf I.
Postmaster. Frank Vans writer of much ability'and it in hoped .
Agnew returned'Friday -
in she be induced to become a con
Mrs. L. W: Pilley spent yesterday from a month's vacation, may +, ..
Tampa with friends. which he spent at Coronado Beach. He tributor to the columns of the Valley 9>x You are "too tired to go to church." That's sheer -
Gazette.Mr. nonsense. There isn't a more restful place anywhere
looks well. and he is in splendid
All kinds of school shoes at A. S.39tf shape to handle says the increased business isREy. i, than the .church. You are going to lie around the house .

Gilbert's. that will come. ,to the postoffice this L. E. Livermore, one of our regular \, all day; doze in the hammockt'; loll In a rocking chair;.
winter visitors arrived in Kissim-
winter. go to sleep over a ha isn't resting, that'sloafing.
Your credit is good
furniture Company. 41-lt Mr. Geo. W. Mershon of Jacksonville, Mr Livermori states that the summerin I !, your life see one who looked red 7 Did you ever e
: is spending a few days in the city. Mr. Connecticut was almost unbearable ---. -___h_------- see a loafer who didn't look tired all the time r The
Mr. E. A. Santiago spending e I Mershon is a planing mill man of many and that on many days there was not people Who try to rest are always tired. Resting Is the
week With friends in Jacksonville.Blue I years exderience, and it is probable that air enough stiring to cause a ripple in Q A. KLEIN EVANGELIST.not hardest work in the world when you make work of it.

Ribbon Ice cream, best in town. I he will decide to locate here and associate the leaves on the trees. Mrs. Liver- One hour in the church, one hour In. the quiet; the p
31-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. ; himslfe with the Osceola Lumber more spent the summer in this city interested come and get interested.If music, the sermon,the reading, the uplift which comes
company. and told her husband upon 4ii i arrival, you are a member of the church we I from the new channels your mind Is led, will ,.

Crushed Rose Perfume the finest as she nad repeatedlywritten him thatat invite you to come and help build up the rest you more physically, moray, intellectually
on this market. KiBIIlmmee bru Co. 81 tt Mrs. E. L. Pearce has moved her dry no time did she suffer from the heat. kingdom of our Lord Jesus Chcist. Ifs'I all day spent In trying to rest, says Bob Burdetto. Why ,.

goods'store from the Beaman block to 'I don't you go to church. -Wauchnla Advocate. i
Mr Lawrence Merkle has accepted a the building occupiedby the millinery Mr. Joseph Kloer of Smithton, Pa., heart not saved come and give your i .

.A. position in the grocery house of 1;). R. store of Mrs. W. H. Farmer, where she is spending the week in this city. Mr. to God and accept Jesus Christ as 3444 ,. r
Blenis & Co. will be glad to receive her old custo- Kloer ourchased a tract of land,in Kis- I your Savior. He has saved others; He !
mers and as many new ones as desire simmee Park, and has selected another will save you. "Look unto Me and be
Mr. G. W. Watson? traveling auditor goods in her line. tract for a man at his home in Pennsylvania ye saved all the ends of the earth: for ..-- --- :;'
of the Atlantic Coast Line, was in the both of which will at once be I am God and there is none else." ,

city Wednesday.Mr. The moonlight; excursion on bealtifulLake cleared and put in condition planting Last night's service was.very helpfulto -

Tohopekaliga, given by the ladiesof fruit trees and vegetables. Mr. Kloer, tt'great marry,'numbers testifying to ....
and Miss -- .
Leitner sister
Dozier the week end with relatives the V. I. S. last Friday evening, like many others in the North, is seek the sweet and precious presence of our YOu. ARE CERTAIN of getting the very '
Almena, spent
Lord in their lives. .
a.most ing a climate where life is not beset by
Bartow. proved gratifying success and beat of drugs and the most careful and
at i
added a neat sum to the treasury of this such trials as freezing for eight months Seven have already surrendered to correct compounding If you get your a
A good well established mercantile organization which has accomplished so 'In the year and sizzling the other four. : Jesus. The revival tr getting hold of a

business for sale Apply to box 816, much in beautifying and improving our I great'many and the people are becoming '
Kissimmee, Fla. :37: tf city. The Young People's Society of Chris hungry for a real salvation that PRESCRIPTIONSfilled
? tian Enueavor of the Christian church, saves. "Come thou with us and we

Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and Information has been Deceived in this elected its officers for six months last will do thee good. W. H. FUNK, at the ,

and we will get a drink of the best city of the death of Capt. John T. Tur- Sunday evening, as follows: Earle Pastor.

>f* soda water made. Sltf, ner at the home of his brother in At- Wright president; Miss Lillian Harris, OSCEOLA PHARMACY: :,="

lanta, Ga., on September 28. Captain vice-president; Harry Dale, secretaryand Melt Bryan and family spent Sunday .
Mrs. Sam A Lang returned yesterday Turner was for some time conductor on treasurer The State C. E. con- at-pleasant Hill cemetery. ,. [
from a visit of several days to relatives the. Midland railway, and made many vention meets here in April, and our .'

wand friends in Bartow. friends here who deeply regret his passing -. young people are getting in line to entertain -- .. -_._-- .
away. the convention in a manner befitting .
Special sale of new Street Hats Sat- 9"w
our town. A cordial invitationis
urday and Monday at Mrs. W. H. Far- The Downing Realty Co. reports the : extf nded to all who wish to attend. : : .

mer's millinery\ store. 42-lt I sale of a ten-acre tract in Keen addition Special music is always ateat.ureoC the . T- .

You can get what you want if you I to Mr. Martin Holt of California. meetings. .

make wants known through the.Gazette's who is very enthusiastic over his prospects I ,
your columns. I here. He says he finds the soil I II : 4 ,
r s I and climatic conditions very .similar to I THE MUSICALE .

'i"" Mr, and Mrs.' Frank Lewis of Tampa I those 'Of California, while the land is ..
r'4ri\!, spent a week with their parents Mr. i very much'cheaper. ,' ,. : < : : :
Mrs. T. A. HugheyiMr. At the Chapter House Friday Night a : ,
".i' and Dr.. C. t. Hyatt refp rned'yesterday .- . ,

and Mrs. Harry Duncan and afternoon .from a terr'days trip to his Grand Success. .
, young daughter of Tavares, spent Sat old home at Camden, S. C., where he .. '
urday in the city with relatives'. went in answer to a summons that his The musicale, by home talent, givenat .
father was seriously ill, who, he says, the Chapter House last Friday evening
A want ad. In the Valley Gazette will is much improved. During his absencethe for the benefit of the piano fund of

rent your house, sell your property' get Doctor purchased a complete set of the American Woman's League, proveda

you a position or secure you help. new instruments for surgical work. sic.rare treat for the lovers of good mu- )Itr'IfiJ[ IrMrBB'[ ) [ ,

Miss Marietta Pfann returned Satur- Mr, and Mrs.. E. Pinney and Mr. M. Each number was rendered in a most ,

day trom Tampa, where she'. has been n. Hughes of Great Bend, Kansas, arrived pleasing manner and the performers .
for some time receiving medical treat in the city last week and expectto conducted themselves' with all the ease

ment. make Kissimmee their permanent and grace of professional entertainers.On "
I have taken account of the meetings in IP&XUK s* 4
The ladies of the M. E. church held I home. They rooms with progress e .
I Mr. and Mrs. Beelman for the present.Mr. at the Methodist church, the attendance ;
the home
Tea at
their Talent
monthly Pinney owns two lots just west' of was small, but what was lackedin
of Mrs. John L. Reaves last Faiday af .
-f the IlJRh school building on which he numbers was {mad. up in enthusiasm. .
\ '
will build a residence.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. S. Carr and children Mrs. J. M. Willson, jr., acted as master -
'returned Wednesday from Coro- F. C. Schlmglof, ot Kenton, 0., of ceremonies. announcing the program -
arrived in the city on Friday last and: follows
nado Beach, where they have spent the as : 1
will remain' here this winter and POSSI-- Piano Duet Crown of Triumph, FrankP.
summer. bly for all time. This is Mr. Schling- A therton-Misses Wilder and Graves. FLORIDA'S GARDEN SPOT

Mrs. Lee Bandy and children of Da jof's second visit to Florida, but the Piano Solo, Songs of Love, Liszt- 1 ,
. nia, who have been here on a visit to first to Kissimmee, and so well pleased Miss Ruby Ellis. I
relatives and friends returned home is he' with'conditions prevailing here Vocal Solo, Good Night, Dear, Her.!
yesterday. that he will begin looting for a buyer bert Anderson-Miss Grace Jolly. I
for his Ohio property at once. Reading The Origin.of Beethoven'sMoonlight :

Capt. Leslie Minx has returned froma Sonata-Mrs. Earl Lupfer. :
business trip through the West and] We.are not acquainted with the peculiarities Vocal Solo, "Turn Your Faces to the I .

while in St. Louis witnessed the flightof of the noted Seminole chief, Sunshine While the Shadows Fall Be ,
an airship.Mr. Osceola, not having come on"earth until hind." Motto of American Woman's The choice of discriminating pur-
some years 'after his chtefship had League. Words by Miss Jennie Van I
A. C. Tyson left Saturday for passed out but we venture the assertion Allen, music by Miss Maud McFerrin '

Fort Pierce, where he will pack citrus I that jt was nothing like the color- Price. Sent as a compliment to this chasers. '

fruit for the next three months for Mr.J. ing of the Indiarr head Which adorns the Chapter-Miss Harris. .* I .
S. Stratton. front of the High School building which Violin Duet, Symphony, Chas. Dan- i
is a mixture of pale blue and dark da-Mrs. Bullock and Mr. Brown. .
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hughey have just orown. Vocal Solo The- Nevin-Miss
returned from a trip to Georgia and Ala Derbyshire. I Well worth a visit by those who
A wrong impression was conveyed
bama, which was spent in Visitlnarela- Intermission.Piano . I
in our notice last week of Judge G. F. ,
and friends. !
r-- es Kribb's removal to Narcoossee. The Solo, Spanish Caprice Moszkowski wish" to.see a proposition that is in a I"

:x'h owning Realty Co. reports the Judge and his wife have merely moved -Miss Ruby Ellie. ,
9 sale of a ten-acre farm near Shingle their residence there for the winter, Vocal Duet, Selected-Misses Lena "

Creek, to-. a Mr Grotjan of. Charlton I that he may be in close touch with his and Lf la McAdoo. class by itself. : t''
Violin Solo _
Serenade, Drdla-Mr. ,
county Missouri.Mr. orange grove, but he still retains his ..
: office in the State Bank building In this' Brown. e
S. R. Fields of Loughman, presi- city, where he can be found at any time Vocal Solo, Silver Threads Amonr the
dent of. a large land company, spent''' during the day. Gold, H. P. Danks-Miss Grace Jolly. .
Monday in the city and was a pleasant Reading, An Exchange of Identities- --
caller at this office. I There will be no regular/ Layman's Mrs. Earl Lupfer.
meeting next Sunday afternoon, but Vocal Duet, 1 Know a Bank, Chas.
Mr. C. E. Yqwell, the efficient kook- what is better, we will\ join with the Horn, Misses McKenzie and Harris. 7 tT
keeper of the Waters & Carson GroceryCo.
Methodists in them meeting at their -- ---
., oegan his annual vacation of two church Sunday afternoon, and would I
weeks on Tuesday. all to be Notice. .
urge laymen present, believing .
it wilPtee spiritual meeting that will ,
' %
Miss Bandy announces her fall millinery fill our hungry souls with the bread of: .
opening the 20th and 21st of Oc life, and that it is our duty to help, aid We wish to call the attention of a Af
tober. All the newest designs from. and assist all we can in thia splendid the good people of the city of Kissim l

the Eastern markets. 42-1t movement to draw people In every walk mee and surrounding country to the Iti

/ Mr. J, E. Mattocks has moved his of, life nearer to God. A.. .S. NELSON,., fact that we are putting in ttye largest !
" Chairman. ; stock of Furniture House Furnishings t
; family into the handsome residence recently -
Stoves, etc., between Jacksonville .
ranges -
built on the corner of'Rose, ave- County Judge G. F. Parker did a very and Tampa and will: carry every- i Kissimmee Valley LandColltpa'n'y' "

nue and Emmett street just and sensible thing when he ordered thing to' make the home comfortable .

;' Miss Bandy announces her fall millinery all court officers, the jury and the. lawyers ; and beautify it, to please the good wife, '. : .
opening the 20th and 21st' of to wear coats while they were in attract the eya of your friends and sat- .
.4 from attendance upon his court.: There Is a fsfy the little ones .. J
October. All the newest designs ) : H. B. HOUCK Resident '
about Manager .... : .
the Eastern markets. 42-lt solemnity a court room that demands New goods, cheap for cash-or on easy ,
Li: .. i
.f-1t.. "t
a fullness as well as.* neatnessof weekly payments. i
.'? The Downing Realty Co. traded last dress, and custom of smoking cigars : ,We Invite you to comen and see us a} -- **

.," week a house of E. L.Lesley's on Main chewing tobacco and appearing in shirtsleeves whether. you want 8ythinajost now or ' t ,
1 does not confirm the spectatorIn Remember It is aim KISSIMMEE' w FLORIDA 'i
''If i street to Mr.- Fouls for his five-acre not.; ; our to please .
,v .farm near Aultman's gardens.: the belief that he Is in a cqurt room you. 't. I ... .ft' ,* ,-;- '
.'...r : .' where men are tried for crime and dull Remember.,your credit is good with .J :*. '.. ,...". ,'
.- ''Mft'TL.E. Bryan win open his restaurant suit are adjudicated.TheD. may us-easy payments.J-, I '- l
it in the Beaman block in a few days, not- it.tbe bull's-eye< every tie he KISSTMMEB FUKNITOKtt.CojiPANlOld: V' .. J ". -r-*, >:- !> 1'\1!
/ ,the relittng-oL.the building! for that take a shot from the bench; but in this ."Opera..House) "-/* ,-_ I -e- ', iV ft'T5 -

. d';'l purpose being almost completed Instancy be:bitjtaquarijn the,center, 42-U, ,J. EMORY"RUSB Manager. -
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builder In KUslmmea and . .
+ country that I have .
surrounding Osooola
Oflloe Pharmacy
succeeded In getting the agency r.
%. for the well known brand Cherokee PHONICS 1 t 53fOllloel48 state Saving at Least V100.000 by M k.
'' Cement :Plaster, It will go : Ing Crl/ninU' Do- Work. ; famous "No. 400 Spring ,
farther, make a harder wall and -
better wall, spread easier and ,
.' --- ---- -
give better satisfaction than ,any putting Its convicted' criminals m.HE d"isconstriJctedoftheI

other brand made.: Every sack W'.L. WINN ", "oh!!.J{?Dor"! :-:aTijl allowing, do 11
guaranteed. One million dollarsbacks steel-
up guarantee. $15.00 ton. PHYSICIAN road building cb serrlce to the quality Acme ,
state gaining Item commutation .of .

' B. DICKERSON, Cortnct md IuMd.r .,.. RRSIDRNCB PHONE: :33 IttslsresQrrics sentence-Colorado seems to bare gone retempered wire. It is
FroNi* a Tonc way toward solving' tbe highway )

. problem and the problem of the N. c- --- ..;:: oil tempered enameled ;
-- --- -- - -
: : : Tp. unemployed convict, at one and tbe

...........&................. same time. rust proof and

4 M. TILLER .. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON About balf tbe convicts In tbe Colorado ff

y state penitentiary at Canyon City \ noiseless.,

I = Real Estate Agency. Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 are employed In road_ work. Tbe prison OIL absolutely
: ---- --------r----- -- population varies from TOO to :750.
.. .. R. B. D. WIENENGA and The "No. 400 Spring Bed" is the I
II)) It Is estimated that the labor thus f ,1''
= Realty bought and sold. . VETERINARIAN secured to the state means an actual TEl'iQ,: =JE.liE.D moSt: permanently constructed bed of ;
? '
Houses rented. .. STOCK TREATED FOR its kind. It can b6 used as roughly ?

Taxes paid and Titles ver- .. ALL DISEASES! i you please, but it retains its fine etfasticity '.'

j ified for non-residents. 257 ? and unequalled "hold- :.
j Fire, Life and Accident In- 1H2 ORLANDO FEA. .
surance. ---I SELESS together." *

I 4 Indemnity, Bonds. .. VR.! N. L. BRYAN I Not "It's juSt: like sleeping on an airship"one

mf.JfiFm .."mr. w1" "_ ...... DENTIST customer writes, for the spring allows i i

i' the mattress to yield to every outline 1 1

; I Ic Squires Building of the body's form, and yet sustains \
New York AvenueST. I
CLOUD FLORIDA' you in perfect ease rest and comfort.

; The Home Bakery Man It is the only spring bed made that "

{4 Takes this opportunity to thank QK. J. W. SIMPSON r adjusts the mattress to all lines of the body, regardless of attitude. Sleep on your

y i, the good people of this city' for DENTIST.: side, or back, you are always perfectly at rest. .,'
c, their liberal patronage and would Ask your dealer especially for the "400. If he is out of them, write us I
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t ,I i also take this means to say that {Upstairs in Katz I l \" S>Building.. m. to 12 m. -.. .. direct, for information and prices, and .by all means delay your purchase until you ,;j,
OrF1ci 110uas
? our !limited facilities for making f ]1:30: Lo 5:30p.: m. hear from us. -
goods will prevent (for awhile) our Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. lvrIR. CONVICTS AT WORK ON COLORADO ROAD -1

L .1 general delivery to all parts of the GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO.
W. W. CARSON cash value of at least $100,000 peryear ,
r city. Quality and variety will be !
not to speak of olvlng the vexing Manufacturers Atlanta Ga.
is maintained Our nice] '
1 DENTIST question of keeping criminal employed +

without conflicting with free labor ,
? Office over Cole's Jewelry Store J
BREAD Office Hours 8 15 1-5 ,
Also HOT
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It costs about 3fl cents a day to keepa '
Office phone 158 ,
r will be ready mornings and'after- Residence 2Hi : (")))v Irt'In a rood camp as against 12 "
cents n tiny In the penitentiary The I
fy I noons. and a nice variety of PIES ;

and CAKE Parties and Weddinga |/ UERUYSHIRE, M. D., men must have better food when engaged ;,
Hi. In such hard njnnnnl labor and 4
specialty. tills forms the chief Item of added expoime. .

Special attention given to the But even thin. expense has been ;

'. A. SMITH treatment of Women andj saved to the general' taxpayers of The No. 400 Spring BedNoiseless. :
r, DARLINGTON AVENUE: Colorado, as the rountlp throtghwhich .1 ,I.
4 4a the. von(15 arc built contribute Rustless, 011 Tempered. Black
Office over Citizens Bank. FjloNE\ 184
24 8mospd the rxfrn 24 cents per dajper man. Smooth Surface, Comfortable I if"Enamel
This lox Is gladly Issue, by the 001111 Sanitary Easy to Handle.Guaranteed .
r, A. VANS AdNKW. w. CRAWFORD !tics as they roceUi" most of the bene GJ 1\
a }' h W. C- BASS fit from the roriKtrnctlon of 'the ronds. :
Wholesale and Retail - -

r i Dealer u.f $ y
Offlvm: :<-l-.r>-6 Cltlr.en llank nulldluii !

:f Fresh Beef, ,Pork and Kissimmee Florida i a recent ROADS.In latter. President l lf.f.:...

Taft expresses hi. Interest in 'J'
>> 'MuttonPijONE & GEIGER good roads a. follows: v .. ti
"I have intense interest .

w 4-1,. ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice in the development of good ..
roads the country over, and I
t _. StateBank Building am very glad to know that the I i 'i
f Kissimmee. Florida movement in favor of this improvement -
has taken such national I.
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Sprigg '. Fleming KRIBBSATTORNHY form as to. 'Indicate the _ __.' _,_u____ __ ,___ ______. _' __ _______.______.______ __ __ __
0F widespread feeling of the necessity .

; : :V-I," CLEANING. .'..l .' :.h AT.LAW."...,..-,""iff-KISSIMMEB/ :vt.\y' FLA. the for.the country giving city a faoility to as the distinguishedfrom for residentsof Intercommunication MAGAZINE EDITIOJN 25 CENTS EACH I}

vVPRESSING : Examination of Titles a'Speclaly.Notification : that will greatlyadd ..
r. and payment of taxes of to the comfort of ,living In "
DYEING non-residents given careful the oountry and wWI increasethe We still have a few copies of the Special MagazineEditioh of the Valley Gazette, so you had better get l in :t

REPAIRINGLeave attention. profit of the producer andfarmer your order now before they are all gone. Finest souvenir of Florida Osceola County and Kissimmee.Protection \\1
r: by reducing the cost of
r'., word at my house and clothe ROBERT G, JOHNSTON I : hit initial transportation.A ,
will be called for and returned. . . 4v

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FLORIDA Two North Carolina Farmers Ar Constantly

n ----- Dragging Road
A. AY7
/ I.o UtNC MAKHKV T. MCTON WAKI.OW An eiouiple worthy of emulation Is
\ S. BULLOCK l..tAt Counsel' tor' Judge .'f the Unit net by Grimes Bros.. farmers andLulllcrs ,
Florid.H. H. Uomm. Criminal Court
of Lexington N. C. These !
1\1 ASSKY & WARLOW Kontli'iiifi own a big farm north of the
city, touching the city limits A short
oJ..J. REAL ESTATE ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS stretch of the rood through this farm
I .. ,..,.." .......................,..,.. AT LAW boa been macadamized. lAit so well lathe
to your house' burn 01' fence ulth
INSURANCEExamination Practice In ill the Court of the !Plate. and of whole kept that It Is Impossible to ,
the United Stale, also before the lorlda
CommliMilon. and the Interstate Commerce- tell without very close attention just good paint i is the best insurance you t

of Titles a Commi&iion. where the nine foot strip of macadam can" obtain but remember the best Is'J
} fl-ll CIIARLKHTON BLIMJ ORLANDO. FLA. ends and the clay befrlns. The road ;

) 8t I ,r for more than a mile north of the city always the cheapest in the long run. ";,
4' Specialty. level and
Is almost perfect smooth
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i I dry In nil sorts of weather, and the A few cents per gallon added to the P Pf

t Corresoondence Solicited.I W. S. HARWELL secret of Its floe condition Is the leR'm road first cost means years added to the -
drag.: After every hard raid a f )
:. 'ds REAL ESTATENotary and drag gp over the rondo and It la life and( looks of the work. We sell '

thereby kept In almost perfect condi the best paint made and its isMastic
'. name
: ; MORIDA.RLAL [STATE FOR SAlt Public at Large tion.In striking contrast to this road Is .

a Office in Beaman Building lie road just beyond the farm of these
;, Beautiful winter home sites situated
r KISSIMMEE. FL.A.PERSONS rood citizens. Huts and holes abound !
::4 I ') in the Lake Region of Florida. .
and travel ceases to be a pleasure and
.- Trucking and firming Lands in largeor becomes positive discomfort to man

: small tracts. and beast The road dreg did It all. r:1r

r r. CITY PROPERTY' A SlCIALTY All of this work has never cost the I

(desiring facts; re- county or township a penny. These :
r k \ List your property with me for quick to climate, soil, gentlemen have furnlsbed the labor tl
I salt s. and teams and have done the work '
,{"' pomological products, agricultural "
"without reward or hope of reward. ,
h' H. M. Breaker & Co. products or flora and It Is their hope that the example which -
fauna of Fla. ask Mrs. Summers; they have set will spread.-Southern

v '!, Box 175: KISSiMMKK. FLA., if you want a farm, city propertyor Good Roads. OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.
ask Mrs. Summers of
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S. L.
The Elite Manager
i'' Realty Parlor Lake- Road. In a Small Town. J
vr'L: oO..A.I..L1ST.EE: : view Cottage, S. Kissimmee, box In tbe sontbwest corner of Reno i

.: .A.': 665, Kissimmee, Fla. county, Kan.. Is the town of Tnron. ."
l N #I ,
i which the 191O) census report gives a
'CZCTell Driller
population of 012. Some eighteen q/t:

t" ( is prepared to drill montbs ago a commercial club was ;'
-t-lut ud organized In Turon. says tbe Kansas {,

"a ARTESIAN WELLS - --- --- --- -------- ---- --.- City Star. Its roll now numbers 103 '{I.,
members. Since Its organization four
JENKINS & WOODIIAM miles of four Ysot cement sIdewatks'
in any section of Florida.f "" LUMBER LATHS MOULDINGS SHINGLES, ,
hove been built In Turon.A .
o $
., sidewalk on both sides of the '

Ten years 'ol successful Well street extends from the Missouri Pacific . .. ti

Drilling is a Guarantee of my ../ depot to tbe Rock Island depot, .
Ability to produce the beat a distance of half a mile All tbe
1 Surveying'and
results side streets ape l p'roTed with similar

f . walks. Some time ago Toron 1mlt! a ?5&y* ,
, new school house. It was located, "
TWO AND 'FOUR INCH Draftingr about nine blocks from' tbe business (Formerly M<;Nair &fSon) :. '
r IWEL.LS A SPECIALTY t section, and, aa soon as It was Enhlheq Dyal-.Upchurch Building";, Jacksonville,FloridaIShipmenU "'* 1,
cemeni walk w.r laid from the boilneaa r
Oil-nci, FRATCHNmr HALL: parr. bf the"tow..., Thafs ,tbe I made to any part or the state. 'Our stock,Is made from'the"beat timber In'1"Jonda.. I.< well man... ., ,

a P, O. Box 844, t.;,"'1 way. they do things In Turoo and cur infactared,and:>carefply) : graded, and,our..facilities, for filling! orders,,for carload l Iota Lire elceptlonally'"good.! ' '
,KISSIMMEg..EIA; :: In 1 pt.rt explain why.'Turoo// hag ,Increased Ir "
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jtr poptflatfen : per:cent since
-, ,the Jast anew was taken.T. ., '411G ,.
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i '. An' :'impromptu nyi In Which
,-' I" *f'1w-.d.:
r; King. G.erg n
'. ,,' .. I That Was a curious sort of Impromptu Meal Fertilizers '
: For Sale A London DuelistWI1o.Forced'Hi
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.,11 I. ;: >, : v ,. coronation la which bill majesty

j# ,." ', Way IntQ Brooks':. Klnc William IVaf Eoglan4 Offnred.
278-acre farm about 2 miles from St. Cloud and Things did not go very well.with Earl "

,',: 1 1-4' miles from,railroad,station;; school on land,1OO J Grey's government after the second Best : : '

yards from the:residence:, :church: : iI., quarter"mile;; 5' VETOED HIS OWN' REJECTION... reading.of the flrst' reformed bill had In :
I',_L_ -* our regular Hat a formula must'tOt only
roomed House; busyness house; stables;, orange grove,., ," 183fc and one Friday, In :April 'they duce result,' but resplts\ with PROFIT.. .The user of' pt"Oo'
etc -We:: wantVquiclt buyer for thfs at a:bargain price. .After H.vlep-B..n B.Iiot.d. l or and suddenly\ got the king to &down and considers the effect on poeketbook-tb. REAL :result .. ,

Unanimously, ,91.okbatl.d'H. Mad. prorogue! 'parliament In person., Somebody IDEAL FERTILIZER, produces the right effect 'for 'it' works.
We,also ,have 10 acres across the road,from the
Every a Member D.ft1Hle, Veto.andThen went off to the Tower to fetch the with Nature The preference, of each dais of vegetation for its r
i", : above about one-third In bearing-grove-r mostly grapefruit -" Declared Hlmsslf II. t'tI. crown and with a scratch body of attendants tions source of plant food is carefully studied u well M the proper1>ropo r.
to perfect balance-no
Lots of stables.sheds, etc. .2 wells small his majesty drove down to give lack no waste. _
With "
application of
It wail a..wtttj bishop who once defined proper proper food vegetation outgrows +
house belonging with this just across the road. '. "where the house of lords: What bappene4'there disease and iniejts to a great extent and being It.ronR'and vigorous.
club place women
a a*
I la described In Orevllla'a memoir produces fruit that is pleasing to the eye .and palate, and brings
Many other splendid investments. cease from'troubUn and the weary -' financial returns pleasing to the grower. V i.

NELSON REALTY CO. are ..t rest" Another, amusing deGnl.tlou The king ought not properly to have Do not lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly balanced

,was that given by George Augustus . worn the crown never having been plant. food from improper sources IDEAL stands' for PROFIT. r

\ For Sale \ Sala._ "A_ club.'said_ he, "Uweapon a crowned but whgnho- "was In the robIn Call jon our local agent ..

usedby savages to keep the room- he said to Lord [tastings:: WATERS Rt CARSON GROCERY CO.
the crown.:
I wear
distance. Nowadayi. "Lord Hastings.
roomed house less than three blocks from white woman at a
UT' ,tt was brought to him or address
however a* Ralph Nevlll remarks -
the Courthouse with 'l6x 5O feet of ground, chicken In his book "London Clubs,* and when Lord Hastings was going to Jacksonville

house wood shed::, well of good water 12 or 15 splendid things are different "Within.the last put U on his head be..laid. "Nobody Wilson & Toomer Fertilize? Co. Florida ,.

bearing orange'treats loaded down,-with'fine! fruit, twenty-flve years or .'0 the.spirit ot- ,tall\ put. the crownon my head but
,. turned
it and then
London club life has entirely changed. myself. tie pat on
also ornamental shrubbery in yard. North and east THe'old fashioned clubman whose to Lord Grey and said. -Now, my lord :

front. Good neighborhood. For QUIck sale in spot whole life was bound up with one or the coronation Is over."

cash $1250 gets it other of these Ins tutlont. Is now The crown did not flt'"very well we ,
practically es tloet." are told but the\ prorogation was successfully t
We -also have a nice large lot 87 x150 feet
,t t Perhaps the most striking story eft'eeted.-LondGn Chronicle. Long Distance

North and east corner beautiful view of the lake. One which 'Mr. Nevlll tells regarding I Advertising Phone 296 i1

I block from the Courthouse. Good neighborhood. Price Brooks' club I* that concerning the, .' Serving Soup. I I ,
famous duelist George Robert Flu- It anybody were asked to suggest
I $75O. Terms- desired. 2 good houses could be gerald who was executed for murderIn : why the soup plate was made broad
,, built on this property. 1780. No first clots London club and shallow the almost certain answer saying the right thing _

We would admIt. him. Ella name does not would be that such an arrangement '
have some beautiful lots in Eureka addition. at the time
.. appear In the club list though be must facilitates the cooling of the soup to a right ,
Lots selling fast and considerable -zI'
building. These mouth.
' In a sort.of way be regarded as having, temperature comfortable to the .
, are large lots, very cheap on monthly payments.We belonged tot the club. He was. how We believe that utilitarian drink tea ( in the right way

though It was his out of a saucer for tbe same reason.
also have some 2 acre.and 5 acre farms in' ever. In It only once ,
boast that IIP bad been unanimously While that may be the explnnation of We inake a specialty of planning preparing

Pinedale. for I sale on favorable .terms of payment at Chosen u member. the,..peculiar shape of the soup plate. literature and conducting campaigns for '

popular prices We hav.a. 5 acre farm, fenced and Owing to Fitzgerald's\ well known the advantage Indlfialedjs' _surely insignificant Land Companies. Boards of Trade, Munici '
palities_an<4 Individuals.
obvious" -
class with the
cross fenced, in cultivation and some yom g trees dueHng propensities no first compared "
London club would admit him Never disadvantages which may probably: !
planted out. Just ready! for to erect delightful : I ,
someone a
theless be got Admiral Keith Stewart I arise from exposing se large a surface '
I home have the advantages of school, church I who knew that be must fight F'\z- of nutrient fluid to the air. Soup I CLENNHEACINADVERTISERS

good markets etc. gerald or comply to propose him for should be served in a cup a low broad ,
Brooks', teacup and the method which la becoming ..
We also have a splendid stock farm to sell. Thisis I Accordingly the duelist Trent with more usual Is hygienic. Too TAMPA FLORIDA

at a. bargain price. Particulars to interested par I the admiral on tbo day of the election deep a vessel would be an error on tbe
to the clubhouse and waited down other sIde. Its advantages would be
, ties. We have fine Park Garden
some property I I
stairs while ]be ballot was In prepressThe canceled hy its great drawbac"We"
where flowing wells are assured and best of soil.. result a foregone conclusion' should miss some of the delicate flavors .

was unfavorable to the candidate not of the soup.-London Lancet.
!... All kinds of Florida homes and investments. '
even one white bnll being among the -- .

II' Correspondence solicited. black the admiral'having been among Stage Scenery.. Osceola Lumber .:; "

the first to deposit bis Mr Brooks Walter Prlcnard Eaton: tbe dramatic .
eventually went'to tell Fitzgerald who critic believes modern dramas are too l ,

was waiting hi the hail that there elaborately staged. in The Question '

NELSON REALTY C'G, I was one black ball and that therefore of Scem-ry" In the American Magazine Company : :,

his candidature bad failed. be Buys:
Thrusting aside Brooks, who pro After aU.It was not the Elizabethans -
IlS MAI KIC. FLA. I wbo stupid because they ..
tested that nonmembera might not en were ----- --DEALERS- +-- ..
ter the clubrooms Fitzgerald flew upstairs could enjoy tbe drama on a ,bare stage.

and entered the room. Walk- It Is we wbo are stupid because we
and Dressed
I 'InglP to the fireplace, he thus addressed cannot enjoy tbe drama unless the Lumber
stage Is Uttered with 'realistic' scenery -
Admiral Stewart. ,
We have no faith In our own Imaginative -
"So. my dear admiral Mr. Brook Informs -
It would be a good DOORS
- me that I have been elected powers. WINDOWS, __
thing for the drama It aU scenery t

TRAINS three"You times"hove been balloted for Kir. ",ere abolished for the next ten years. SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, liME ,

4 FROM THE WEST 4VIA Fitzgerald but I am sorry to say you Having learned to get along withoutit. fw"! 't "
keep it In its
we would perhaps
have not been chosen" said Stewart
after It returned NOVELTY WORK
for awhile
?1'Well then replied the duelist, "did proper place ,
Its proPer place Is as a pictorial "
you blackball me? i
and sucsestlve
"My good sir." answered the admiral I GENERAL., ;
tbe actors and tbe play and, ;
such thing?
"bow could you suppose a
ATLANTIC COAST LINE "Oh I supposed no such thing my but a background '. '

-- i dear fellow I only want to know whoIt - .t Free Delivery to AU Parts of City .r' s< :

was that dropped the. black ball In ..' "
by accident as It were." ,
: ,"Dixie Flyer. "Seminold Limited" Kltr.peraltl now we'nt up to each Individual I' -, ,

.member and put the same -
BAPTIST. -- -- ---- --
question to all In turn. "Did you blackball I -- -
"South Atlantic Limited""Montgomery .
me. sir?" until he made the round ,Bunyan Stephens, pastor I II u__ .

of the whole club and In each case he Sunday- I'

Route"Through received a reply similar to that of the Bible School 9.45 a. m. I

admiral I I Preaching'11 a. ;n. and 7.15 p. m. I H. C. STANFORD COMPANYCarries

had finished his Investigations
When he B. Y. B. U. 6:45 p. m. i
Pullman Cars from Chicago. St Louis, Cincinnati!, Indianapolis. tbuiiville he thus addressed the Whole ommunlon2dSunday..

Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham to Jacksonville. body: "You see gentlemen blackballed that as 1 Monday (after 3rd'Sifnday)., as Complete a Line of
none of you have me
Woman's Miss Union-Devo. 3 p. m
must he elected It Is Mr. Brooks who
mIstake." Wednesdayafter 1st Sunday). DRY GOODS NOTIONS.FURNISHINGS ,
After this nothing more was said by Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3to5pm "'
ti the members who determined to Ignore Thursday- I
For further information write to
the presence of their dangerous Prayer meeting 7:00 p. m.
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent visitor, who drank three bottles of Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. SHOES and CLOTHING E

Tampa F'la. 4 champagne in enforced silence for no -

one would answer him when be spoke. .
a. ua be found In 1.1..d I Florida .
When' be had gone It was agreed '
S. S. Snyder, pastor. sad Helta them '
George N. Saunders "that half a dozen' stout constables ? *,
should be In waiting the next evening Sunday School 9.45 a. m. ':::A. 1 S.:

to bear him off to the watch bouse if Nelson, superintendent.Church AS CHEAP AS ANY '.
be attempted again to Intrude but Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. HOUSE IN AMERICA

Mr. Fitzgerald\ aware probably of the Christian! Endeavor 6.15 p. m.
Agent f for "Ferro"and "Eagle"fnginei:
reception, tie might get. never did." Prayer and Bible study 'Thursday.7 I
ut 'UENE 80,011.Fin.
trtlagul.h.rTMarNnNliMNTMN.TIRlnNiNG.a -

K1SSIMMEE I FLORIDA mentions Apropos of the blackballing greatest Instance Mr. Nevlll ol I p.m.Visitors' most cordially invited to all ; I

blackballing probably ever known r.ervices. =
which took place some years ago at a COMPANY

ladles club where one candidate received I't

ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter ParkOLDEST three more black balls than the METHODIST.' Kissimmee, Florida
I number of members present-a case Wm. II. Funk, Ph. D, pastor. ..
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I COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA of excessive zeal Indeed Sunday School 9;45 a. m- Prof R. I - ---- -- ----.,--

College: Academy Music Expression, Fine Arts Domestic The practical joker Is naturally not M. Evans superintendent.

: nod Industrial Arts Business, Normal Course unknown In toe most solemn of clubs Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7;30 "

Twelve bu TIng*. four dormntorle, Htinrnte room. I..m brat, electric lighla. and "!tOme Irrepressible jokers have p. m. ,, .
are tn owctlo } )mu.dmn "<* malaria. qunrttr million dollar itdnwmcnt paid for their love of fun by having 'IluTbe
Four achvrti ef mimic &.4MKJ ut"nu. a d"Z"III""o" irUe,club. chorus tin! .. to resign their membership. One of Boys League 1.3O"p.m. I' ROLL BASS MARKET ,
-t HuDtrb new room fT {iutt.,,' he kix>l. lull hunk ing tqi,,,i Jj;'IIl,, nl, HurronvhH ad whose"escapades notorious
I machine. tvp writer, two \\J".lr'to' nnxl y<'nr them were
New vheinlrnl and J.h7.I U'''l '|..M] with t\ry n, darn device: all- in London twenty years ego sitting Senior League Wed. 730p.: m.ten .
of ojln, /ertllizvrd, foodn, air err'rer.LIouuou for nKinefrtnic rourttea. Bearden
klyHjH ikr-i, busting, nimmlriK;* gulf: ;U'nniti: ,;fvx,i I hail I bithkft. ball. ; four ruiisecnU bait asleep In a certain bobemlan prayer service Tburs. 7:30: p m. Building One: Block( from Depot .,:
f'' )'ea..'rhamploitn of HI ate In tmfl h..ll. club became annoyed at a very redheaded Holy communion ever 1st Sunda).
Il I hrHtian but umlonommnilinifil iiMnIfriitf arhol.rxhipa.vallabie. ,
| exfxiiK'f
I r' ForC..logue.addr".WM. I-. It1AthMAIN Ph. D.:. LL I).. President. waiter who kept buzzing about You are cordially Invited to earl of Fresh Florida of nil kinds. .

bIll chair. Tbe sight of the fiery locks these services. and MEATS

1 __- h n, ____ _a _ __ _. __ __ __ was eventually too much for\ this i Western ,, .ass .
wild spirit and darting up and setz

Ing the man. be emptied a bottle of CHRISTIAN I FOUL TRY. EGGS.. FRESH FISH r

EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES block ink over his head before he Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m I
could scape. The result,' of 'course, Bible! School 9.45 a. m.-C E. Yowell I Special rtllenlioTi to Phone Orders and Free

:- SUCCESS THE SAME WAY was expulsion from the club besides superintendent; J. II Harris assistant Delivery to any part of the Cily. Phone 189 !i
which very substantial compensationwas supenntendent. I

= BY SAVING, MONEY rightly paid to the waiter" Christian Endeavor' every Sunday ,
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Do you want to be successful Start saving now. Put your money in ," evening at 4.80 p. m. "6''
8suos."Tbetmpudenc. MHI +
:' and Choir practice
Prayer meeting every. -
CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE : of that young brother Thursday at 7.30 p. m. .
of mine I" exclaimed Mrs. Nagger fi' .
The Florida M
?..... ?He, Jut .told me 1 was no chicken' I ::; QRAYSTONE y'
: .
'"r when I married yon. EPISCOPAL.Rev. ; ; .i t
>, We have Accounts;, than any other Bank In ," her For trurker..Dd halt gnvwern. Poe
"Well unsympathetic
I Osceola Counts replied David D. Kidd, rector. I folk who to know.bout Flay B : ,
husband, "that's true enough.. You ors au TU TIM Ma. Weekly |l.oopar'y..r monthIr. ,
4: A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procured weren't cnieken.'were tour'No Services every second and fourth Sun- .2.XJ Mead lOo for.Ian IMU*trial' i. '
a { '
2.50 to 3.50 day. .uboHploq Suippr'& hf.a...: '
a. per : t
do so at'onc day at 11:00 m.Comtdunion2ndSunday "
one 'I
at ; p was a 1tOQII -fhUa4elphla If ,
J.' i I H= Preen at morning, ,; Special by.week'nr month. I! i ii. THE FLORIDA? : OROwER : "

Aanroa z. DOMKUM. Pnaldt. W, B. NoaTop. Cub_ services W. WIRMM. Pr.,. L D. fOITUVIHT,J- ', ,, BOO Florid, J py_ ''Il'

'No man ever wished to be' Guild meeting! every first Tuesday. Av.waa.r'r.mpePLJ
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/ :oc;. ,t For several.weeks we hav.been .LOT'I . . .., 50x150,4.t.SIZIII . | 400f2

\\adrsrtlilng quietly'' arid!;without Cape Breeze.on .ihe.-Shore of Lake Tohopekaligd -:-:. .. . 541.'t18 ".".'. ,. 400

: ', a. running any bluffs that we arc .. ..;,.... 60x189 .... .isle 400
front of i* 'kI ..... .. :.... t r. . . . 5Oxl8 .. ..... 400,
the lake our & "IIJ.
ftk. Improving ._ .. "r i r. . . ... 60x185 ..-.,..,. 400
city' ". "., '/I' / I. v / ., .6 ..... . 60x186 ....,, '400
.* ,4; -.r 7 .... .: . 60x183/ . ..' ./ 400

11 a: .: : 8 ....., 60x186 ... . 'f'.' 400 ..

We tare not flying around coaxing / j 9. . . . .. 95x186 . ..'. . 600t .
b. ::
'r to buy a lot, because ". . 1., .." 10n SOLD .
anyone ofilt- *' / '.' '" pA a..z. .100x110 ..." ".... 65*
.-iwe know that when our Improvement : .; . .' 'n C .61.-) 9, = ,./ \ .- c 12 .. . . : ,100x110 . . . 650.

r'' iw+r are finished the demand .... .'. .:- . .. /:' 14 . . :. 100x110 . . . ., ,,750'
,?' ; . .. 100x110 . . . . 750
will be greater than the supply. .. : 15 ,.
1 1If 1..r ...,. ... 16.-.100xilO. . . , 750
,, 100x110 . . . . 750
-- 17 . . . .
lot of in Klsslmmee ... a /'" 18 . . . :. 100x110 . . . . 760
There are a men [
::i 0 ; 19 SOLD

-presumably wiser than . LJ I ;- 20. . . . 75x150. . . . 600 .

', *we are-who swear that our planeare i -- 4 21 SOLD '

impracticable. I = .. 22 . . . . 76x150 . . . 500 ;
r. ." 23 . . . . 76x150 . . . . 500
'. .' -- 24 . . . 75x150 . . . 500 !
I along 25 . .' . 75x160 . r. . . 600 I
+ .,..._ Meanwhile. we are going ..........,--, 26 SOLD "
doing our work and accomplishing a o ..J : 27. . . .... 75x150'. . . . 500 /'

the one thing that can make .. ii: c.m.kMoco. 1r r 28 . . . 75x160 . . .. 500 'I.

our town something mMe than, a : .-..,.. a;N;; iltrets/ D. 29 . . 75x150 . . 550
a j go-------.-.75x150 . . . 600
t pine-wood settler I': ent. e 'L.&MIt ."- 31. . . 75x160 . . . 600

-- o.mI''D r i!: fr 32 . . 75x150 . . 600
: I 33 . . . . 75x160 . . . 600
j _, During the present week. Mr. 34. . . 75x160 . . . 600

i E. L. Lesley showed hie appreciation 35 . . . . 76x160 . . . . 650 1'
dl of our efforts anjJ his confidence 36------ 75x150 . . . 700

ILt in Cape Breeze by purchasing z tt 37 . . . 76x160 . . . 700 s
\ ( tJ t 38 . . . . 75x160 . . 700
I"" lots 10, 60, 51, 64, 65, 68, 70. Z1'J 39 . . . . 76x150 . . . 700
!l 40 SOLD

I 41 . 75x160 . . . . 600

t In the same time Mr. A. G. L fS 17r 42 . 75x150 . . . . 560. 1

/ \ Hamilton bas bought lot No. 21- 4Z 43: SOLD
44 SOLD .
making 17 lots already sold. ?? R *'7 zitV.s 45 . . . 60x160 . . 650 f.

( 46 . . . 60x160 . . . 660 -
47. . . . .60x160 . . . . 660 "
... Our barge is built and ready" to J. nNq0 48 SOLD j

GAwt! t 49 SOLD. (
receive the dredge, which is expected "
/50 SOLD i'
day. , 1.ea' e'W .
any c j 51 SOLD

... -- --- s. .ri sa a jss .rs Z V'rn G2 . 75x165 600 "
i 53 75x165 . 600
1 nt This dredge" will deposit 180/ W 33 54 75x165! 600 1

's cubic yards of earth per hour. 55 . . 75x 16,5 . 600 "
. . . '800
56; 92x165
will fill Breeze to the
I and Cape Pilaf CAPE BREEZE ca cz a co n syand 7. ,125xlt)!; 800
4 desired level" in two months or .
n 58 ..... 75x165 660 y
less. ,cjrnrral far of .1 yf rf 9L . 75x165 650 .

7 'KISSIMMEEFLORIDA' HEEE LANE t; 59m;( 75x165 . . 650 r

- '. til 75x165 . . 650

Niowjn9.e04iun l .! w, .ncipal, bvddinjsL. ? 7Z y 12; . 75x165)! 650 ,
We do not wish to impress you : : 31 1):1: 75xl IH5 . . 650 '

; I with any suggestion of great \ .\ 73 u 64 SOLO
: .. tt for halo : 77 1
by Jr
1, wisdom within ourselves" but it I 65;! SOLD 1'I

LUOLAMg'-MacbONOU8H, OWNERS' /L 7t *W . . . . 100x175 900
that .Pn
does seem to us anyone ..;
1)7.) . 100x175! 900
wanting one of these lots would )s 68; SOLI .
faeautifJl' ''oKe-rron-t HoMe-Sere' -I r., t
take of the ; iq ,
advantage presentand Prll 1 !'. SOLD
get them at lowest prices" With imp"o"crnen 6ti ff1'Z y i 70 SOLD

;$ N -f'- iJ.r u. qs 4f:; ,t 71 72. SOLD 14QX18080x180! . . . 1100 1.

] n. . 900 i

74 . . 80x180 900 I.A-
UDT..JA..M j . 75 . . HOxlHO106x180] ) !900) I

S--7'- J r4o / 76 . . 1200 ..
&:_r--. BSair OUL 77 80x180) ] !850) J I
MERMlD 78. . . 80x18096xtHO() !850) ).
y J/i73 //mi Jet, / o ,
MA"jONOUGI'fO'VNJ } / 79 1100 J
l"' ","J" ferayI't.. 4 f. '80. . 95x175 1000 f t
j 0 HI. . !95x155 1000 I ,
; ; ;< I ore
KYLE Mexico
'I -c- 82 90x132: 1000 :. I

r -o" II "TATBnAN K> l".ILD'I'IO -r.IL.IGR 83 . . )100x110( ) 650' ;
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FOR SALE-City lot 70x93, two blocks FOR SALE-A good. cow. R. O. Meek. MISCELLANEOUSWADE FOR RENT
from postoffice. Address, Box 126, -- -- - .,
Kissimmee, Fla. 86tf BUY an orange grove from the Down- ,
Classified Advertisements the tuner, Orlando.
, ing Realty Co. and live easv the rest DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Tilr,,. v
a i '" }O'ORIALE-We:; have some ot your \life.. 42tf KISSIMMEE TRANSFER CO- when ler. (

gains in small residence properties, you want a dray. Phone 168.. 41.2tWANTED.The TO LET Desk ;
: close In to the business part of ane' ALL the latest in room a nice large of
L'' '. t ':.: Advertisements are inserted under this bead at the rate of 8 Cents) I town Downing Realty Co.. 42tf Wilder's Studio.styles Call photographsat and see our sweetest th'ing out for -.. .flee Box. 456.- ,-. 41-tf

.; ,-"v ",i2' y. per line each insertion.FOIL . - work. '40 tf your girl-Fuller" Greeme Candy- FOR RENT-Nicely furnished" "-front I
. FOR SALE-Cozy tour room house with fresh from Kissimmee ,
I factory.
J Drug
6': .,
'9''I ':d room; phone 16 or write box 456.
bath; large lot; rlenty Qf fruit and FOR. SALE-100 lake front 7 33-tf
ijI. :..; acres ; '
f ": I'r f SALE i,j KISSIMMEE TRANSFER CO. Dray- poultry house; 1400. J. H. Halley, acres grove; food dwelling and. tenant --- -- --- -41-tf ,I'
r : Ing done promptly. Phone 168. 41-2t Fraternity building, Kissimmee; Fla. house; 5000. J. H. Halley, ra- FOR fresh" fish, phone the ftull Bass TO RENT 1
| 41-tf Market, No. 189. 19-tf RpOMS single oren
ternity building. .. _
KISSIMMEE TRANSFER CO. for any FOR SALE.-WindmIU and tank, goodas .. I suite; suitable! for light housef
kind of hauling. Phon 168. 41 2t new. Mrs. C. V. Bearden. 37 tf FOR SALEJust a few more of those FOR SALE-A beautiful ten-acre tractin KISSIMMEE TRANSFER: CO. when keeping.' Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simpson 1
beautiful lots in Prospect Park. Decidedly you want hauling done. I'hone 16$. gtf ij
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Buff Or- H. C. STANFORD CO. are agents/ for the cheapest lots in the' city, Pmedale, just outside the city lim- 'I 41-2t
..pipgton eggs. Geo..A. Gilbert. -39-tf the celebrated Hannan shoes for considering locality and quality. its. Will sell cheap for cash. FOR RENT. Nicely furnished 'room, *i
-- 't tJ men. 19-tf 42tf Downing Realty Co. 42tf Downing Realty Co. GET H. N. BRATTON to drive, your with or without board with private ,if,
J A PAIR of good, gentle work horses ---- J artesian wells. 43-tf family, on Church street. Mrs. Kulp. \(,
for sale cheap. Ross Graves.._"_26-tf_ FOR bargain in resident property, FOR SALE-20 acres, 6 acres undo FOR SALE-Six-room house, lake ---- -- -- -- 38 tf '\\i'
I, 't, 1' truck lands and orange groves call On : cultivation; fruit trees, 2 good; wells, front. Inquire southeast end Park FOR dressed poultry I phone the.It ull -- -
KING Quality shoes for men at Cash H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf.l| 3-room house barn, wagon shed St. Joe Elawick. 40-4tpd Bass Market. No. 1H!}. .19-tf 'FOR RENT-Two fnrnished" rooms, ,{
--- ----
Store. !
1-tf city center." Address, Box 126, Kis'i'
i house :
< water on
VI CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at lowe I FOR SALEFifteen: :- acres i in- orange I 2 poultry miles north ;and spring i mile west Kissim-place. FOR SALE-40 acres; 6 acres \grove, 4 MUTTON Hull Bass, fresh Market, fat, phone and 189.fine, 'at 19-tf the simmee, }Fla. 36tf fi"''i'

. prices. See or write H. Fleming for I and grapefruit trees; five miles Noca-I I mee P. O. J. H. Duckworth. 41-2tp acres timber, balance cleared; $4)00.() FOR RENT-Some nice rooms for light 'l
J. H.
and three miles Halley Fraternity building,
Arcadia from
tf WOOD, per strand $1:26; five strands
1 particulars. 40 |I housekeeping. All modern
41-tf conven-
\ \ tee. W. H. Funk. < 41-4tp FOR SALE-An ideal home in St. Cloud Kissimmee, Fla. 575. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf iences. :.
;' I . S.Y... Downing 36-tf
; FOR SALE-Ohio Cheater White pigs -- -- -- finely furnished with beautiful surroundings f"t
I? male and female. .Apply to H. W. i FOR SALE-Nice new five-room house ; immediate possession; FOR SALE OR TRADE-Cable pianoin WRITE US for anything you want in FOR RENT-Three furnished i
Boice, Vine $t. and !Bermuda Av. 33tf: on large lot, 100x150 feet, fine de-p terms to suit. Address S. M. Campbell good condition. Will sell outrightor the line of Florida real estate. No or unfurnished. rooms ?
:r Apply to Mrs. D.
M. 'ft
: ._ :. well, good fence, and fifteen nice care lock box 98, St. Cloud, Fla. accept good milk cow in part pay- matter what it is, we have It. t Breaker. ;
itISF f '' FOR SALE-Forty lots in one body. bearing orange trees, located in a 41.4tp ment. Address R. F. Bosse, City. 42tf Downing Realty Co. 42-3t yl
good part of the town, overlooking 40-4tpd
Price that be doubled -
; so money can FOR RENT-We have a few places for J
:t-; d : within two years- A. Valley Gazette. -- the lake. A-snap at $1250.00.42tf FOR SALE-Good house and five acres PLEASE (do not call at the tarm for rent In the country, all of which
''It, )" 3Hf Downing Realty Co. of land, alongside of Midland railway, FOR SALE.-Horse, wagon, new set vegetables; you will find them on sale. near school; can rent for rent are vlC
3 miles from Kissimmee. Good stable.Price$250ca.h..P. of harness. Price $175. Herb..rtSpier. at the grocery stores. S. B. Ault-'' of crop onpart
I them
FIVE: lots which Is located'a reasonable rent .
> city on S8tf 37 tf money J
IF you want deal ca.ll on W. G. Cromaftie man. 42-tf on balance. One
.. p square nice new five-room cottage, fine view -- ----- nicely furnished cotA'
.w. ( "f! H. Farmer, who has 3 houses on of the lake, cool breezes. This prop- I -- --- I tage for rent, beautiful view of the V/
j 4r1y '\' Mabbette street that can be bought erty is located close to the proposed FOR SALE-Nice little\ four-acre farm :I FOR SALE-Five passenger touring WE-Are offering some very desirable lake; cottage has five rooms, excel- .fa
cheap if bought 38tf cleared !, car, or will exchange for Ian'!. G. FT resident lots, located three blocks lent "
; t :\10.. soon. electric line on high level lots. A all under fence; mostly all Parker. 36-tf. I furniture. Nelson Realty Co. 39 V
from the Court House
Let good rough three-room house, goodwell t on nice high
at $1600. show
bargain us
d'i'I" FOR SALE-Nice, full bearing you elevation for $200 for inside and i'
orange $250 -
H. M. Breaker & Co. etc., only about one mile from u 4
FOR SALE 8000 of nice
this property. acres extra
groves, from bne to twenty thousand 31tfFOR the city limits. A good horse, harness located for corner lots. Alley in rear of all NICE-Centrally located home on beau !
timber beautiful
Hi dollars Tell me what you want in farm wagon and farming utensils -I land on a these lots. Cash, or short time. Let" i 'tiful corner lot, only three blocks <
and r
lake miles
.three two
this line and I will find it for you. SALE-Twelve acre orange and go with the place, all for $400.00. railroad stations This entire us show you these lots. IL M.I I frqm Broadway, house is lighted
,:' ( 4c t Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. i grapefruit grove, about three miles Act quickly if you want this. is exceptionally:well to tract the Breaker & Co. 24-tf i! with electricity, has bath, toilet and

'; ) I I from Kissimmee, on railroad. Will 42tf Downing Realty Co. growing of all kinds of adapted citrus fruits kitchen sink; new cement sidewalk; }
Dd FOR SALE-Some nice, round well seasoned sell at a bargain. Address W. H. and to Price ANYONE anywhere can start a mail house contains eeven rooms, including \
general farming. $6.00per
\, cypress fence posts.Delivered Arnold, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf FOR SALE-Mortgage) on Kissimmee order business at home. No canvassing bath room; lot 120x160 feet, ex
4 anywhere in town. S. W. I acre, on easy terms. Be boss. Send for free to-
-- own 16-foot
Downing'j - --- -- property, first class security$675.. 42tf. Downing Realty Co. I your tending alley. We can .
-- -- I FOUR-acre orange and grapefruitgrove Will sell so as to pay purchasers 12 booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, offer this beautiful home on very
with 250 bearing trees, per cent in six months. Address Lockport. N. Y. reasonable terms. Full particulars .
i, and deals in all
V ) F'' square five acres muck and ten acres pine box 707. 42-ltp to interested parties. n, M. Breaker
..of real estate, call on or write .
a R t W. H. Farm r, Box 322. 16-tf land in cultivation, thirty and one- \ WANTED PYRENE fire extinguisher gasolinefires. & Co. 24-tf
--- .- half acres unimproved land, fiveroombox WE-Have listed some of the most de- Get one for your launch, autoor _. 1
j 1 IIANNAN SHADES arelugh class slices. house good bam and well. The slrableJroJK'rty on the market, both WANTED-A cow and about a dozen garage and be safe. Sold by Geo.N. .
Call and see them. H. C. Stanford Improved sand all under good fence. which we offer at tens.: What have you got? C. A. Saunders,.agent Kissimmee. 37 newspapers for sale at this office
Company. 19-tf This property on the north aide of the lowest prices to be obtained. Tompkins, Taft Fla. 41-2tp 20:! cents a hundred ( i I

e -- -- -- East Lake, four miles from Narcooa- There is no padding of prices by ua, --- --- -- TWO very desirable resident' lots in
4BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting see, nine miles from Kisshnmee. every piece of property sold at exact Carson addition, each 50X164 feet.
R of a half block, located in the best Price $4.600, $2,600 cash, balance one price: placed on it by the owner WANTk-D-Good reliable parties to There are 16 bearing orange trees on
ai ,4 t u neighborhood in the city. Will sell I year. H, M. Breaker & Co. .>vrit.e us your requirements and we grow citrus fruit groves .on shares, these lots, under good new fence, ]
to furnish the land. Particulars NEW )3OATgKISSIMMEE"
. we located close to the lake. $350 cash :
only to party who - -- will do our best to please you, by
correspond with eurroundiing'pmp- FOR SALE-163 acres, twelve acres showing just the kind of property you to interested parties.. Nelson Realty takes the two. See H. M. Breaker '

M?i i I erty. Full partioulars and price to cleared, balance good pine land with desire. H. M. Breaker.. &. ,Co. 24-tf Co. & n Co., - -- _'----- -31-ttERNEST 71..f
interested party. H. M. Breaker) clay subsoil; about 200 bearing ..;
-will leaveKISSIMMEE
WANTED-To several loans L. GREEN. SIGN -
place good WRITER
trees on place. Four room thousand .
& Co 31't orange I HAVE a five acre tract of
P fp' --. ... ----- cottage, goodbarn and other out- excellent timber land.for sale so cheap well secured by real estate; safe and Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I I
TREES AND SHRUBBERY. For buildings. Located five miles west that it will astonish you. Weir located at very encouraging rates of inteiest.Here's guarantee all work. Let me figure I PARK
fruit trees ornamental trees or shrubbery I of Orlando, on good clay .road. For on beautiful lake, close to rail- >re opportunities for the man with you on that job. P. O. Box ,
of kind, write W. R. etc. address Box whit has-some idle money, best of se- 139, Kissimmee, Fla., 16-tf <*
any Speer price, terms, 256 road; It will pay you to investigate ----'-- - Daily,at 6 a. m. and 2
. Orlando, Fla.. and get prices 84-tt'l I I Orlando, Fla. 19-6mo-pd this. Better write for full information curity. Nelson Realty Co.. over Citi- AN intelligent\ person may earn-$100- p. m.
I I = izens Bank, Kissimmee,, Fla. 40tf' Returning Leave Kissimmee t.1
today. Downing Realty Co. monthly for
, .,.'SEE King Quality shoes before buying FOR SALE-House of six rooms,with 36-tf. No corresponding canvassing. Send newspa-for' 8:30: a. m. and 3:16: p. m.
., Cash Store. 1-tf, I water and sewer connections )located WANTED-Real estate. Having be- pers. 'par-
"\ ,. t I in two blocks of postoffice. douse is FOR SALE-Choica lots in W. II. Far. come a resident of Kissimmee. and Lockport ticular N.Press\. Syndicate; P 2246, .Arr..nir.tnenU for Moonlight Exeunlom

FOR sALE-The' finest turpentine and plastered, wood work hard oil finish; mar's addition to Prospect Park. opened an office in the Fraternity bs mad. at any time on abort notice can .,
I I .t bfor proposition in this section of I lot 64x147) with 19 full bearing orange These lots are some of the most desirable building, I wish to become acquaintedwith LOST-Small English Pointer bird-dog r -.- ,a

' c' ...,the state. '. Fifty thousand acres in trees in the yard. You can stand on in the city, and are sold on persons having' property of any female; liver and white color,, tick- 38 Cents Roane Trip t. ,
a,* ..,:the tr.- t.* .""Admirably.located. Will' the porches and pluck; th. fruit. ;;Call ,.>asy payments Buy at once, for kind tpr sale. My whole time, energy marks on white small)) head all dark i KISSIMMBB PARK TO s
be sold on very easy term. of pay on us and allow us the privilege of they are selling fur Flowing artesian and years -of experience are at ]your comes to name of "Junq." Reward f
'''' to 4 this desirable home.' water be obtained at little service. .Call and see me at for information J. M. DAVIS. C.ptaln Phone 1st "
1;' -rneetWrit: for prices J *showing you can a your con. or return to W. W. ,
.V"" ,''' \'42tt, i Downing. Realty Cio. 30tf H..M._ Breaker & Co.. flepth. W H. Farmer.: ' 41-tf' venience. J. H. HALLEY.413t Saunders, this office. ); '/

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