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 27, 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: VID00513
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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tdeu the""instructors seek t6 convey. remember that It is the Jules of citrus ,

J. NO BAIfORmLLBU[ ''The extension committee will also appear Our' Artesian. WaterShouldBeonserved.. fruit,,\with,.JltUe,.or_:no pulp," thatis I THE' AULTMAN I 'FARMS :

before, a raasai; meeting of negro . wallowed.' r.unl..1t It contalned'actual .
." chnrchm bf the city and lay out a program poison there nothing to disagree : ; ,

f :Oraiit Court',, Remands. Him to Jail' of'llfork'along the same line that with the stomach or dl..estIon., Of course .One of ms's Best At6ac.y
ire being followed by the white people. these health know that all'lemon .
f'. ,. to Await the Action of the, This WM decided upon at a meeting attended -! i. : v i-- :'I>,, i- r x and lime are picked green and are tans and Well' Worth the"Time \ ;

. Grand Jury. by some of,the- most prominent Capt.: F.. F.. Hunter Writes Interestingly About the freely used by'Invalids' Wherein I* the _I .!$ken ',to'See. .'/ ,Them.
negro pastors of Jacksonville.: They difference Why this ado about green .
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........ expressed the belief that the members Source wand Causes: .JBlowitig Wells andSays ; .whllel:' a.T.+ : _
.,..:' Brother Egbert Gillette'of the Shaker -- orange the country' la flooded There are) farms and/farml and likewise 1
who It being held on the chargeof of their race will take a lively Interest Short with green apple and pear,, and I would truck '7arms
colony, |t Is Little ,.of Criminal to Permit but the top-notcher -
for the
In the work. 'The date mass
death rather a hundred, time tract a
with the green'orange
murder in connection ,of.them all Is the Aultman-Bickersdlk t
... j of Sister Sadie Marchant went to meeting is' to'be announced within a Osceola's Artesian Wells lo Continue Waste. than a arrHn'' appl* or pear.-"Eve" tarm' located In North KIssimraee. "
; accompanied by abort time.WRIGHT. en banana* always com to 'u*. green,
Tltu.vlll this week, i Mr. S.' .B.Aultman.the"active many
--- .. and until ripe far from digestible.I ,
Krlbb. and -
: his attorney Judge G. F.. are agar took a Valley Gazette. represetaUva -
appeared before Circuit Judge Win. H. NOT GUILTY .. .. have, no personal l Interest in any way to thl., farm; last Tuesday and '
Price 4n habeas corpus proceeding, In a letter to a friend in thl*city Captain lira are best excited 'on shallow supply in the growing, handling or, shipping of showed''him:'over the place." It'goes

'., State Attorney Tao, C. Jonea appeared Wilf F'. F. Hunter ..ii.t nt-surveyor basins,.,It ..em..thU.; as In the ease of orange,and have not had since February without saying than; It;;was" apleasuse "
fogs the proeecution.. Several witnesseson Says He Be Prepared to Prove general --of India," .ayl .i-ctgardlnlr .the Australia, every*well permitted to run I 8th 1896,"but Florida's great crop! which
both aidea were xam'ned.' It.When the time Comes. source oft!> our flowing wells: indefinitely 'but .tends to decrease thapressure her incomparable oranges and grapefruit has.seenrthe place:;. '-v 5 "

After bearing'argument counsel Editor Gasette '"Recently I have been reading a good and. to exhaust the supply. are being injured by such unwarranted ;- In the farm proper th.N. are about.

.?, for 'the,defense4 and proeecution, the Dear Valley Sir : Please dome, City.the kindnessto deal In the Journal of ,the Royal Geographical Wits''the development of Florida, and a Uoo. 'Early orange are whole- eighty.acres-of.thla flfty- Te are under: '

court decided that under a strict Interpretation correct the statements made ii. Society and other 3clentfc hence the increasing,number of well come and palatable by October 1st, and cultivation.. 'There are ten acre of leUluce

'of the law, he could not grant of last week relative to ,jrourIseue magazinesjibout the causes. of artesian being brought Into use," should each often earlier regardless of color,'which ,,which will,be''ready for the. markets .

,. ball, and Gillette WM remanded to Jail complaint of officers of the my Kisslm arrest flows in well. wells la. at present the eaaa, be permitted only come with cool night The experience In;about three weeks:;: .This waa i

)Mjto< await the action of the'circuit court, on mee Steam Laundry, to the effect "that "16 seems that the flow in Osceola to waste continuously th.rawlll of forty"year* cannot be nullified planted" some'' three/weeks ago ''and[

f'r which convene on Tuesday November 1 I admitted committing the theft thatI county are not caused by hydrostaticpressure : coma a time when there will be Insufficient .by a few men, no matter' how Intemperate judging from Its look; it 'will .bring
28th." ; ie. by the fountain source of i pressure to produce a flow in any their' utterance the highest, market .price 4 Of
I did in order to protect a young
*. and so the water situated at a higher well the and further the "
Brother Glllett'a straightforward at the laundry, and thatI being In. area, ac-: Respectfully" plant there are two-and-a-half acre, aT l
' unequivocal statement of the circumstances lady said employed'I had it In for' the young lady level than the well outlets. If the flow tual supply will be reduced.; Pumping J. N:WHITNER. fine a* was 'ever grown' hi this M tlon.'

';''. which led up to the death of the and stole the goods in order to cast suspicion were caused by hydrostatic, or water operation will be necessary" 'and after and which will be. ready, for stypmentla
"* had more to do one would find all flows In one time these will be costly. It would
deceased, has probably her and get her dis pressure IN NEW QUARTERS a week or two. In fact, quip a lot,
*-V with keeping him In jail than any other charged.upon" garden or on one level to be of the same seem,;tberefore, that it Is little shortof ha already been -on'the local market w' r4
adhered atrictly the but in and about Kisslmmeethis' ''criminal to permit artesian wells in -
:* agency. He has absolutely pressure nom time. There I I. one acre of aa'
AU of these statements are
i i'*..J tory which he told just after the SI.- untrue I have not ajolen-anything as far as I remember is not the Osceola to continue *to waste the prea- The Ludlam & MacDonougta Company t ne cucumbers a* .one COllIeS find anywhere -,

' ., tor' death,which was published in full : from the Kissimmee Steam Laundry or case. For instance, the "head" at a slire 'and supply aai* at present the Read/'for Increased Business. and from which 150 crate have ; ,
in these columns, and which no one, place near the Shingle creek bridge on practice. Should wells cease to flow, already been shipped, beside \
from did I make the statements aupplylpg.
who knows the men, believes he would any one nor: I am not married, the road 'to Southport is some .ten or I after being shut off for a while it has The LudlVin&MacDonough company, .the local market jfor the past- thre.
vary though it were necessary for him you allege. eleven feet, while in and around Kis-, been found possible, In Australia and architects, last Saturday E. JDOved..Into' weeks The celery of which there
stated in the article.
to; do so to escape the gallows. When the time comes I will be fully simmee and again close by at Bullock's Yellowstone National Park to start the building next'to Cole's jewelry twelve acres, I I. growing finely and present
made place, farther on the same road the them again by dropping long iron store on Broadway. The company was f healthy appearance, and when
prepared to answer the charges
WORK me" Very truly head is only two or three feet. Agaio, rods tied to ropes, or by'limply throw compelled to seek larger quarter in or- ready for market will bring ,a good .,J
0THEREJS against. EARLE yours WRIGHT. the head or pressure of the flow vanes ing in pebbles, soap or clods -of earth. der to accommodate: Its rapidly I growing price. There are ten acre of cabbage

the version of in the same well from time to time. Texas, south of San Antonio, has almost .1I business,, and I. now engaged in drawIng besides number of 1IICI'eII' planted in i
Last week
for Every Man Who is Conneded the[ laundry people we gave in this matter, and This would not be so to such an extentif destroyed Its magnificent-artesian plan for a number of new building lIquasb..tumpl..etc.! ... -. :.v:; __
With a Church. in deference to fair play we are pleasedto hydrostatic pressure were to accountfor I pressure by wasting the water. which will lOOn be erected in Kisslm One hundred barrel of ei potatoaa
give Mr. Wrio-ht's statement the the flow It would seem, then.that" "Of course, the above remarks could mee. +
Jacksonville Fla., Oct. 25.With the same prominence we did their*.- rock or gas pressure only could ac- I be better proved to be correct by This company 'which wa formerly: Aultman. planted stated that in. January.-andMr after the cucun-; .'.
week of a period of'unu.u.1 ac- the flows of such of the water in artesian well. i ,
second cdunt fop being unequal I &
known Ludlam MacDonoujch.
a* received bets and
f e" plant been,
those who are" that flow and those that do not. The i iI crops .h.a'
tivity nearing completion head. Again from my memory |I theory above may not be applicable to Its charter; last, Saturday ,at hipped, that ground will\ then be planted -
directing the application of the Men and NEW SODA fOUNTAIN of.the various strata bored through and Osceola county but It is worth serious which the new firm name wa adapted., !in' lettuce for an early winter'' crop,

Religion Forward movement to the state from the fact that gall and rock pres- I I consideration. \ It I I.capitalized at $40,000 and itr'affi and next, spring he will plant twenty'

1. ."< of Florida are gratified and encour- Of the Osceola Pharmacy Is One of cars are W. A. Smith president-; H.. acre In tomato. v"x"

.., '.age3. the Finest in the State. GREEN CITRUS' FRUIT Ludlam vice-president and U, :M. :Mae" Twenty to thirty men" are.constantly,
''If-- Jacksonville's Interest is growing by ANQIUER $15,000 DDLIc. f ,, Donough secretary and treasurer. employed ph this farm' and 'at 'time*. "

l ,I leaps and bounds, there is every reason Tile new Jjjda water fountafn of the The work at Cape Breeze, which .jad-: more are' needed.. All of-the' latestlabor :

to; believe that the otharcitjes and town Osceola PHarmaeyis now in use. Mr. H.: Funk Buys the Ira Wetherbee Not I Injurious to Health of Children dltlon'tlar. mp&I\YI'J' developing :savlog machinery'; If 'v*&d, :thu*- fi
Ifp t the state will prove equally respon- J. J. Stocker: of the A. H, & F. H. going rapidly: forward. Tbeb..eof'th.concr.te facilitating the work
Or Others. ftf preparing
training and methods whichhave farm and Grove.Mr. I I 4
elva.' of Lipplncot Company of Philadelphia has retaining wall which la 1,300 ground fertilizing the same, and planting -, i
made successful business men spent the* entire week installing this C H. Funk, who came to this !I Thtj Intemperate action of the Florida i feet In length haaybeen finished, and it such *eed. a* fri be planted with 'h
tha'members of the committee of one magnificent allayer of thirst, which is section from Ohio about two years ago Citrus Exchange in the telegram i* expected .that the entire wall will ,be machinery, -: y ,
hundred, and other branches of the or of the latest design, and known as a and purchased the Cohoon*grove and I I sent to more than thirty governors, deserves -completed another week.. The dredgIng -- 'Aside from this ' issue .
ganization;: are being brought to bear counter service iceless fount. residence at Hilliard's island,.and later. the condemnation of, the peopleof machinery, ha arrived and It'will and a* a side ,'
' Mr. Aultman'-stated
;. ,' In promoting the success,of! the move- The superstructure is' hand painted, acquired fourteen acre ot fin.hammock Florida, and certainly should be con- take at least a week to' install It on'the. that; he had harvested

&I :'Went "System" Is being the watchword and surrounds a large French plate land adjoining, his premise from Mr. troverted._ do not conceive that it la i lighter which 'was built to receive I It enough corn and' hay'from the,,

ktr::',,:,' and ."Get Result*" .the elogan.It mirror, with onyx'columns at each end. J. W.' ,Miller, has again demonstratedhis my place to deal with this organization When this Is Hone the work of filling In farm shallhave to feed his been stock until the next '
harvested '
The yast amount of correspondence and counter''I' of' white'' Italian'' and a* much as they deserve to be dealt will cOmmence and carried crop
The faith in this section by adding I largely b* on asrapidiyL . .. .'eonducted i .
clerical work Of the' organiz! gray JCnox. marble\',while.the draught: to his holdings. ,. \ with. My,object in writing.thi paperIs possible. It I la estimated that It
in the same orderly and effective stand Is of onyx with two-'soda:! one Last week Mr. Funk purchased the 'to call attention to the absurdity of i I will take 140 day to"complete. the fin- The absence of;rain or prevalence gf

manner as the business of any of the mineral and one ice water spigot, all splendid grove, residence truck farm, green oranges being Injurious to health, :!I In. The work of placing: curbing and drouth baa no terrors for the olveerii of '

great mercantile or industrial concerns. silver plated. mules, wagons and farming implements especially to the health of children. If laying sidewalks is going steadily for. this farm, as there are fire floe flowing' ).''

Certain men and numerous committees Everything: in connection with the of Mr. Ira Wetherbee, paying thereforthe there was the slightest ground for such Vard.i .. well drivea'at different point,'from .

and organizations are charged fount 1.1 thoroughly sanitary. The porcelain "- neat. sum of $15,000. a charge Florida would have to reverse i,I i The commute has referred the matter which an unlimited supply of water can i.
with performance of specific duties: syrup-Jars are of five pints capacity The Wetherbee place adjoins Mr. her claim, so'fully established, of being of furnishing water to Cape Breeze to 'be bad for Irrigation, thus at all time -;

and these performances! are correlated and there are fourteen syrup Funk's other property and is locatedon the healthiest state in the Union, for i I the water work committee of the City Insuring a sufficiency of moisture to ;

, and enlarged by other men occupying three 3-gallon' ice cream cans; ana a an eminence overlooking an arm of children. After forty-threeyears', residence i Council, and It is expected that this will keep the growing crops in a flourishing

{1 places where centralization is effected. cold closet. Mr. Sam Kagsdal, dispenser East Lake, contains seventy-four in Orange county, growing up in,; be done as soon a* the necessary main condition, .I
The result is that things move w'JthTim and mixologist will be in charge of ten or twelve of which is in acres'l an orange grove, it is my opinion that :I| can be laid. This farm Is partially within the corporate

U' and energy. Consu?.ring the fact the fountain, and under his skillful portion cleared for truck farming and if green oranges were Injurious to health I When the contemplated Improvements limit of Klaslmmee and Mr.,

l Cf that the movement is entirely new and manipulation the lovers .of the sweet the balance in fine hammock. lie will not one child in ten would ever reach'i at Cape Breeze shall have. bed completed Aultman has, at hi- own expense, f

that little is known of Its purposes and and fizzy can have their wants speedily: begin at once clearing ten acres: more the age of maturity. The reason for I It will be one of the finest residential opened up, grubbed--and cleared :.the"" '

,. processestjramarkable. success has been filled. adjoining the Wetherbee grove, .which this opinion |s that all children rearedin sections to be found anywhere street surrounding It:. He has at time*

attained in this great and busy city. he will plant in grapefruit. orange groves begin eating green or !I Jn Florida. broached: the matter of grading ,the,

. The men behind the movement hold A. M. Moseley Dead. Mr. Funk has been particularly for : anger as soon as they have any juice In same to member of the City Council ..
*'' for them, often before the .seeds are half I. but,up to the present the city father a
that there is a man's Job every man1n Mr. A. M. Moseley, one.-of Kissim tunate in his selection ot a location, as I '
and they continue to eat themin A. C. L Improvements. have taken no action In t
.; the church and labor to overcome mee' oldest and most highly respected Hilliagfl' Island has for years been grown I .h..m.tter.;
the\popular fallacy that it I* something citizens, died at his home in-this city on considered' one of the most beautiful, ever increasing quantities a* they Mr. Wm.
different from the woman's job. The' Thursday morning, October BStfr, aftera all well as fertile, spots in this section grow more palatable. This was the the A. C. vL.., has an extra gang of streets were properly graded. great ." .
", purpose is to prganlze the church on the lingering illness of several months. of the state and the addition of the practice when I was a boy, and ha men at work around the new passenger many more people would avail themselves .

,- same basis'jefflciency as any business Mr Moseley 'came: to this section Wetherbee place to his already munificent been the sarrmwlth' my children. Neither '''station and express office, filling In of the opportunity of v'isiting-

>* -Aould be compelled to adopt in this some years ago from Alabama and holdings, gives him one of the best I I, or any I ever knew, were made I with sand, preparatory to claying this.' one of the finest truck: farm to be

rushing, age. The essential point is in was a brother of Messrs. J.Eo, Walter, properties to be found In all Florida. sick: by eating green oranges, lemons, around those places and between the found in the State of Florida., *

,('getting things.done. The business life Tom .and Allen Moseley, "all well known We are pleased to note that this does limes or grapefruit railroad tracks. ...>i. I .
_of the man has trained and' particularlyfitted and progressive citizens Of this auction not mean that we are to lose Mr. Weth For years Florida people have discouraged I This claying will ixteod from the 'delivery Iffifaystone Gardens }

him fot&ihe present requirementsof of Florida. erbee as a citizen, as he has already the shipment of green and immature door of the express office on tha ,'
the church and its work, according to He leaves a widow and three childrento begun to plan the building of another oranges, not because they were I north side to Dakin avenue' and will be The Graystone'garden": 'attuatedl between fin
the argument used. mourn his demise. home a little farther down the lakeshore -.: Injurious to .health, but they were not 'twelve feet wide. On the south side the'Atlantic' ''-: : tracks -

Funeral services were held at the where he owns another "!mall palatable to the Northern consumer i< the clay will extend from the express and Lake Tohopekallga, present a. 'A

pre-paring' Presbyterian Church this morning, after tract. who want sweet fruit, and those who office to the passenger station plat- most pleasing ,.appearance.,. This k r-, ,

census Into all parts of the state. Correspondence which the remains WAre interred at ---r-------- bought four fruit would not buy again i form, and from the lower end of that I II den consists of, six acre*"of land land, ',

a with most of the leaders of Rosehill cemetery.A Deer Breaks Man's Leg. I and the demand would be curtailed. 1 to Dakin avenue. This will .great) the product from it willjb used exclusively : ;, ;>".::1 "

the churches throughout Florida is being number of out of town relatives accident occurred at the Forty years ago when I ate green oranges facilitate the handling of express and .on the'' table of tha Grayest n. .
carried on with this end in view. Two and friend were here to attend the obsequies. A singular Bass Camp in August and September It will I| relieve pedestrians of walking In the I hotel when' that elegant ho.tslryhall,, k
Mr. at
home of Quinn ,
.-nest features that are just being put last night. Mr. be borne in mind that'we' had only the :. sand, in order to reach the depot and have openedits4oors' for' this accommodation
Hammpck of tb. ,
underway: in Jacksonville are movement common seedling orange for when there express office. tbooaan'da.ot'Jourt.tawho
to the Chinese men here, Tommy Thompson, ef Whittier, was were budded groves they were indiscriminately I will In a abort time arrive: here to escape ,
bring Laymen's Meeting.Our spending: the night with Mr. Bass, ..ndwhile' The Y on the south side will\ also be the rigor of
from \he.northern winter
hundred odd Junder'the influence seedling tree.
some two cleared of all the old Iron and timber
will be held at tha walking out in the yard, came and bask in the
next meeting there sunshine iah4
other words balmy
Involves were no
; of the movement. This deer established with which" it"is now littered, and a*
- suddenly uPon a pet which seas I breezes
Presbyterian church' Sunday afternoonat varieties of which'zezhyr' like bjow"across
being early orange then as there I ,
numerous complication's aye I soon as the old station la te-.
tied to tree. The animal became paasenger :
considered and Inv blt.ted. 8 o'clock. All men and boy cordially a are now. Consider the improvement the bosom of, the Lake of'the Sleeping A3t
i mat frightened ran around the tree, moved, the place it occupied will bo r f
and heartily desire snjl Tiger.
invited, we in the
not only variety, but advance-
y The idea is to establish a Bl-.le. class catching :Mr. Thompson in the rope filled in and leveled oft Altogether r '
every young convert to come and ment in maturity made possible by irrigation Anticipating: this' influx. Manager
for Chinamen. There'are few whoi these Improvements will be a decided
; with which it was tethered.and breaking
in these devotional I I
join us exercises and judicious cultivation and one Pot'ter"&IJd Mr. BV W Thnrnian.
read and write English, but-the major- his left leg. Dr. Rivers.was called' change for the,. better; and the appearance OWII.I'Df
; it- Will strengthen and
you I ca'n see bow. utterly.without foundation the Grayatonai determined that there
,1t1.cannotnad' or write and speak the' of that portion of the city will
Mr. I.
and -
accompanied by
give the older member a great upliftin by phone I Is this) foolish scare about "poisonousgreen should be no scarcity.of' fresh vegetable I, ,.
of fluence. the new-arrival with neat-
with varyingdegree > impress jIU
language ; W. Miller, went .down in hi* machineand
this noble Work. oranges." "This infamous, traffic ( "for, theirguatithla: season:with' ""f ,
.- Ultimately the committee in -member. ness and cleanliness... ,
: the broken .
charge: of ,the work wit have to divide .A. S, NELSON, Chairmen It set will be remembered that Mr. in health and dyer of 'child...,. and ..... --.. IIJ the result that,they have had planted a, "
invalid" r' absolutely foolish 1 garden, rich win yield an> abandan'ceV... h' -; ;(
t the class Into lections graded according Revival i 1 Services! Thompson had'Wi'lame, leg broken In BanquettS.Dusky.Dozen.twelve .. : .
thif Intemperate.telegram on.the 8th of
;to education.ln the language;;:.and instill two''places apeut-flvi' year*:ago,- when I ': ii, tomatoes1!,one; .rtplantVon
?,_'instructions'and'-standard. ofA moralityTrvand Tb. revival t services at the Methodist his bone pan away ,with hIm.I" the October, when (ana of thousands of ..The, 10u1'IC' ladle who- will .; cauliflower one; lettoce.. '
church will continue through Sunday at children and other) whose tastes and digestion participate In the '!"BelleaJTof/Blaek-: 'remainder ot +wr
; manhood through the,agency of In- wood 'Mr,. 'Thomp.on i* one of our three-fourths. Tha- .tu'jt..
,'!\ t terpreteraTh ':'Mongol: who rare next- !eekj 'At the pioneer( cattle men. end hl.- many have not"beett vitiated:'or destroyed rib." enterUinrbentsit the opera houe garden conslsty of.turnips; beefs,'rntabagaa -;

able to takis the course'direct from the beginning of'the morning '..rvice will friends! hopJ he will speetflly, / recover. bv the use of tobacco or alcohol, this. evenlngwurL.'entertainedata; ; 'o Iooa;:,.carrots,',radish**, parley.'cdcumbera *-:: i'r:

----Instructors have'expressed willingness Be {he-,reception' of, n wrne& I :_ r *.\y* } *''"-f-* '*' have been.eating' them since early 'inAugust'with banquet after tha performance Bryaaa -f} and celery,;truly a cow ,
r,to do ail,in their,'poWr to aid their leas wish to meet each application for memtterahlpln ' A Want ad In.the Valley}',Gazette always : entire Impunity ;ThU .. Elite restaurant'Tey have. been.btnation to make the heart for atoinachrS< *' ::1,'"

,advanced countrymen >tn. grasping.the'aignifieance the 'parsonage'at.10:45.: bring" result'aod'airit. cost i* I so well known to Floridian that It need ..ked-to.attend",'In"the. eoatutne. .* ,worn,i'of' a vegetarian or other thrfll, with tiN. V.,;.. "

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.q y ; j .J.i.. :Jessie ilctt"lJ stck ier;JnaW.of aald Court .. Judg* of Probat,
I CAMPBELL I II .* d Is on.the dlwharge aa. Jkdmlnlatratar: o, '
: NOTICE fora flnal t
k3: : '. .. ,,. J" ,, '- I list;to the regret of her friend) ..0L ...(.te of Temp!. A. IIln" deoeaeodi and Iba
,. tho aame time I VIM l-reawt my flnal oooouqaa
MtiLVppres.nd.cbfldr.uandMrs.R. - -- ---- ;:_>tor-t. >-aald MAKE NO MISTAKE I I Tnlm-"I '
Interesting Items Kissiinmee'sHustling : J. Wood and son ""ere-risltw; Of iApplkation, for. teUers Patent theIr Dated'PI'OI.August In.A; D "....n. ..r

t1r ,,1 at the homes of Mesdames ., c.... MINX
t Ship to the old !reliable's. Suburb..t, F. S..O'Neal *be nnd."line"(1 ..hereby airreo., to become ... 'be-lmo6mo: ) .. ,Adwt'n1atr1o,.
r ; and Frank ,Bennett a few.days ago.. !aoclated together for the onrpo of besoming ,. .. < :

: I E.JHrj= ROSTCOMMISSIOrT : tin. L.. W.,Campbell" spent day' in W. are alt) glad to learn that the little' a body. State corporate of Florida and the polltio.. provlmona. under.of is which ICWIu1th. ...... .-Notice- of Administrator.. -
H. &
lo.n.of ; are herehv .
Orlando:recently, Mr. and Mrs. H. Nettles 1s improving. accepted '. '
; hal'oonatltoM Stale
', The following Article' of Inoorporllon In Court of the CounlT Judge of Florida,j
", :The usual monthly erflce! of the Missionary . ., .",1 UOOOIOH Ita. charter upon tbo In Fe 5.tatoof CPct1lelrtnA4 rJturtorant: De i
-- Inuaoce of Lottera Patent aeoordlna; u> I law, : ctvaed.OiKieola Connty.lUoiloa ..
; rvTERC'-'ANTS -" Bapt1tchuh"wa field In the Mr: W. the mail .
p.Candy! FIRST. la hereby given to all whom U inAII""

\ ... school nous* last. Sunday.s( Rev.. $teph! i ,.Rosajie;, and,.ElpUe.:. attended The .name ol this corporation almll be, Kin1almmua .D-once.n.lh.1 1111\. I shall on apply the to lath the day Honorable of December Oeo, A.t .

.nI.Il5\. Always very prompt in meeting services-!!: >1 eaI\; } Saturf Farm Land Bond Loan and Iuve' J-arker Judge of saId Court an Judge of rWj;:
: ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT : -*. J v ..ent-Companv'of Klaalramee.. Florida.' Its bate for final discharge' .. Admialatratoroftho '
rta.loaal-laa* my '
,, his engagements at Campbell. < day night : : principal p awe of biialueaa Shall. be in Klanlnmee Estate of Catherine A.

c '. .- ... 'of ConsilssloaT Mrs.: C. J- Lamb visited her'ton in ,Capt. Clay Johnson,. Jr,,' passed by Vranoh. or o,-vicinity oe nay" ,be Oaoeola.eatabllahed.. (%;ountjr at ,such Florida u'hnrpiacmi \ ',oeawKl flnal, and acCountS that at the a. aame .SIurt..aa"]

; :lt iioughman.' Tuesday our city .last *Wednesday! ..en route. to the I In the >-"I"ol.rl Unltod
VEGETABLES'b or In sue 'O""lIooount. .
Dibal June II. A. D. 11I11.
PINEAPPLES Rev. J. T. Reavea will hold service in Basslnger with $\h. steamer Roseodo. power or Vlnirlom aa may bo auleoivd, by the .. CARSON.

/ : -, _ _ _ _ the school building nevt Sunday morning Cwpt.. Clay Jfhnllon/er., was ,visitort Board of Dlreulnfa.. SECOND. .-oll..e m-Bin. Administrator, ',)

1'I at 11 o'clock. <> our city one day last week
; The general nature of the biiHlnniii. to be
\ Southern Shipping: No. .50 Campbell (r. having It I share of transient Mr. R. B Massey mad. a pleasantvisit tranaacl by this oorpornilon ihnll ho n.a fol- Divorce Notica.; -
low. to hull bu)'. own. hire control, work, .
visitors. A arty of two passed Rosalie several days ago. develop P411. Qon..)',*, mOrlJttlllo.I.I..dgo. In Circuit Court, Pta). of ,.1"d.'l.rrl..m '
.. 819 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK Mr. and '..xnhen".. rallivalo. ......r. dluh: bnp.and. Com!>I"ln"nt. vii OnvM' H J.III011 Def.nd.ntv j
Mrs. F. R. Geer
U .. through hefe on Tuesday en route to gave most otherwlwe. deal In and dlNrone of teal cIliate, $ "nth Judicial I |-oiijt, OllOtol' County, I. (
t k' lleftreecu::. CORNER JAY STREET Loughman, but owing t *the fact that pleasant dancfe.on the night of October petHonal: :. and mixed' propcrtv and :any rluhtItirercator ('haneury. ,, 'I
estate In them or of them. with. It afllilavlt ,tided
any appi-.rlni' by app .tothalisj
; Aella flaUoaal accommodations could not 1>41.. secured 15__at.their hospitable home on the east out limit
'r-f-:, Baak'..<< .UMtr. Kindly write for stencil if-needed..' .. Jer' their buggy found it to bank of beautiful Kissimmee river. thlnmtaiinroprlatefor tbe development of Urn the defendant therein. named whoa,j
., 1 j. necessary lame and for an .and all purposes for which re.l'U'nro In unknown la over the ago of twea
: 'J'\:\" . ca..lla AU.CIC I I continue an far as Phoenlxvflle, the Quite a merry crowd had gathered the vamo may be ndoptod( ; to .re.t alit conetrtiiit tt'.one >.en r.: it 1. therefore ordered that atld1, ..
;i I -SOLICITING AGENT WANTED- faoiiaen. buildlnga work and bunlueaii of iiunrt, 'nliltut defendant. be amid ba li hereby rex Eyulred
'. hustling suburb of Campdell. .6 p. m. when dancing began, lasting every kind and deacrlpllon to borroW or loan to appear to the bill of complaint died i
With daily shipments of plant two or-three hours after which refresh- money on note or bouda, -....cnred hy morliravefor In mid raitou no or before Monday, th. Sih d.r i I
h DOES LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT ? I egg pledge' of real adele, or any kind of per of November, A. D' IWI1 othcrwlea tha altar*. 'i itloni
. fish and cordwood, Campbell II beginning menU consistino of ice tream: and cake onal I proPerty; To carry on a general n-ai *- will be lakou aaconfye'edbr salt.1 defend4
,; utte rent and 'Hillectlou agem-v t to.act aa realcatate ant.. i ,
: I to feel) vuite important.Mr. were ; nced. When this had been disposed broken sod axeiitu) for the 1U'hst4., 14'"' this order be JlllIa-

M. C. Norton be- of fencing resumed ISle, manaitemenl or dltipoaltlon and ..ltI of all ll.h stoppedover was .
: 44.dnio4 again .. I
I I kIn. or property real, |wronAl. and mixedo; ,in' tho klsklmmen Valley t.nrctte, a IlowspsporIl.IiNhd
-. - --- -- and visiteS and continued-until 11 build leane, own.. acquire and une I l \
trains 1 aol
- : tween on Sunday o'clock.F. operate or | In .1$< County Hlate. (
; moreboteli, ; to umae the bonda of saId eortOr' I Thin AiHriiNixiM! 11111.AitTiluli I
, ;//.1 friends. G. Geer is quite successful in mak atlon* either f< r eIs or aa collateral lot ironeradvaueed IH:. POVEGAW .,\ .

) r-- The Campbell'ooi (is" progressing Ingand selling alligator\\ and snakeskin either for,sale lo ,IBHIH to the hOIStS general of aald public cor, oration or to bu1iedaa I |SKAL| ELIZABETH: Clerk JOHN81ON Clrault Court '.

I nicely under the able tutelage of Miss belts. There is a good demand for (collateral iportgaKH loaim. lo name. I Ior i.. K. K HI BBS. Deputy Olerlr,.>J I
: . select a treHteeoti bond 10.".. who will repI I ibm,,'lIur for Outi plnlnant SO-Ht \
t : Cypress Shingles Medora Russet) The average atten- them. NEMO.FOWLERJ I maent ibis onrporatlon and al.o certify to theliliruhaaer ,
) of bonda that laid lsrnIe, are MXMired I -
'.1 dance for last month \yaa twenty-five, by real CHtatv miirtKaiM Kuaranlteluir the pay Notice of Applfcation for Tax Deed.: J J
: Cypress and Pine Lath with an enrollment of thirty. ARK ineut of Raid bond. and !nlrHt thereon ; to
HuuecrlbA for )>ureh...... recHve, own or hold .
NOHOW In li* rchKlTDti thai'! C D Carroll pu,4;. ;
Mr. D. C. Arnold attended the for
Confederate .
Investment or otherwlau diniHMo (If. a .1 1 I i ham r n[ Tax Certificate No. 314. dated the 412 ,
and Dressed Veteran's reunion in Orlando make ai\aiiO4.a| tit>on Ktock. or .obliKHtloiia, I d la>' ,.f NoMnil.or A. D. 1W'., 11.. Died aald certitlratiln I
: ;' Rough Framing' Local Happenings Interestingly Told .t.lJvjl1l1..r' corporation whcnvir UK ."< ; this week. ;.r. uriiaulKtd: : : and': while the owner. :of: B .('hmock I for taif ?tvtil\ tmiiH. in ai.(.nrilano.. with. law, '
hoiKlH or oblltratlot,a to hvi anil 1 cxortlxe I '
Our HHld crtiHiatA the .
Flooring Ceiling Siding and Finish Mr. Paul Nettles the efficient superintendent by Correspondent. al'1. votlntf ]I.iowerH ther<>oii, 10 .rv,...i\'( I rrlijod proiuirtjr Hiiitattu jembmcua in (the County following of O d.*. '
: of the fish establish- Messrs. for invr.tnont aud t"luv'lh.. Nain' I leoln. xtutuuf. PlnrhUi. to n H
packing Burton and Kite callers to build .... .
were owes Ie. coiitml"l. charter allllol' r I Ihi 'o tllvMHt flatter nf the Korthwettuarter '
ment here, spent the day in Kissimmee at'Smith Dorian Point Friday afternoon Hit, trnmwayN. ramIWIiy ,,ii im K. uri, \CHHUK) I nftho :Nortln, .'.-.t hOstler| ol bectlon II,
lighter.. and other' wlilclf'N' anti othi'r .ineiitiK, oftrHiiuptirtHtiou I 'lwnHhip .!II. N'ilh H."",- ."I I. Kant.T .
Send orders and they will have best Wednesday. or broptrty' or i nxlnri Imld > iaid InnillM, .. .
I/ us your our : \ : I u Inic ni>*>i i>uii Ht the dole of '
o IV.'IIei or controlled by Halil i'oiimrniion. or l i.t the "ivttuiiuoc of f HUI' h .trtlflc'Hto In the
offers inducement i
Campbell as an to name of
attention. We Sales agents for of the Mr. Goodwin of Kansas friend of '
are some a IHtrwoiiM or by'corK>ratloiiH in COIIIKN lion w lib! 1 n.known.
"' largest and best Pine and Cypress Mills in Florida. the canning factory at Kissimmee to Mr. Burton was out this week lookingover tho bitHlnoM (if ,b.. <>ori'orfrtlon" lint not lo I IIHIthw tllteils' flal.I rcrtltjnnu* thnll be redem so.1'rrtii)0
finmc for K nioninioiicarrl '
u> law tax 1< eil ill liwue thtttvoD
'f I Delivered prices quoted on request supply turtles catfish and alligators. some land with a view to makinga *'r. to tmuHiru. in, .prcpHri'. ('Mil or liottk.. thy i Id ih day of Noviiifliir, A. 1). I on >J I
Mrs. E. E. Brown spend Wednesdayin manufeelmre for '.1"! mu' or. all. hnrnrtsr. oftgetableannd |1'<' 'l 11 .1 ItTIl I I K K IHJNU.AN, J
purchase.: \ frnlt*> or extr. ( tn from the name
: ('ten f Irrult Court. 1] .j
Kissimmee shopping to niaiiufacltifc; i nun ir .liottUo; or it.e''ary ..
Fowler On
tuU ( .
Park certainly is on fir" If ()lIlIt, Florida. ]
: ('IOIriflg ort'rapixr. ** for hliuntiiit. C(1.1 "proM Ii
: ; (6ITTILUMBIR &, TRANSPORTATION CO. Mr. Charlie Close spent a few'days i in smoke Is any sign.., there is fire some \ntioiiofHuch man,,fc'I tired pro lot for tuir 41.,1 IU I/AKK1II!: JOHNSTON. D.
I Lit aniltoeell I and of nch) and
this week after his
Campbell looking where over here. iMifllcH I I a.n"I, "PI'''" lo ,the genera I pulilli. .. ,lo
H I : : TAMPA FLA. business interests. The men are busy I erect ami ((14-tate| on. or more r.lrlll..r.r( Notice for Publication.
some fencing, < ol. .I ttoiraue plants and for th(' auk of by prod I
.iI : Campbell has a cornet. Won't some some plowing, and all making prepara- IK'tn therefrim to tonotruct .>r lia.evariboiiaow /1"1'0'1 : I anil. iniiif(* I In n IECIK.ral wan'hom' o. t lorl In. .t..b..r. 7. 1811Ik "
be kind tell whose
.. ? ,.t one enough to us rations lor a fall or winter crOD. I liHin'hand 1"1''UI or i'oiiitnloharv hll.lne.'o I (m'n ..Uf'U )111..1.. ) ul\iii that JOmlI Rfl.. /..1 .
it IB! Some of the School 0111,1 l dp' (...'". I.NW ,"11I.. M Ith 'all I I uei.t-awiry machiiicr I HlKhtnHn. 'Ia who on April; :27:IfllWtt i ;."",
4; ; -- High children deserve )' for thr 015 II ii'tart r.,' of lumber an.1 I I llomiM.. nr! Mifr' ....rl.1! V0 iifrtrj li>r h. t* of
7 L t Mr. E. E. Brown, I\L B. P. I. the ft ml i.h .... .. ... :-0\\ I. .. .1.1\, t t It ... ,! 3
special mention. "namely those who .n.0 Im.mum lure t'r.' and nib orbumiItl .ul : .lIunJO.Towl1"blp
\ _________________________________________________ mig "' '''"rI..l. with I |lowe to Ie'l II I alit. dla.P I -'. "Hunth. Itm"gi c; \FHKI': Tallahassee meridian
I honey, egg plant and fur man, spent have to walk two or three miles before 'INU of, manufactured( i>ri>ducla, ; to i rort one ormori tiaa nluil "nlh'C of Intuntioii' tn make final flea
\ several days in Misaimmee recently. reaching the dock wharves .n.1 d'ka and to ll...e tin HHIIK. yvsr tool to t'italillnh claim tI, the I land above 11
orderto t
in catch the : :
for the ..ur,,,,,,.*. of thIs eor,>ration. or to rent l>,-fnr<- the Clerk of the I'I Ircult Court ,
The employes of the A. C. L. railwaywere 7 o'clock boat. They certainly are in- or .Isle Namo to pnrhaN i the ntock ... othercorioratlotiw at KUalmint Kla.. on the li''ih day of Nover ;
and to takeover and oHrMt| the ber I.Ml.Claimant. (I
I. of
arrival the
. by the
gladdened duetnous and are the that will charter
type and prlA41eKra I of other corporatt0)m namea aa wltnimhpallllam :
pay car on Wednesday morning. get at education. CORRESPONDENT to pay for the ,, .rt.y"10 plant of au; \\ L ('ampl..>il of (.ainpliull Station.J'l
: .'t. oilIer. corporatioiij In the *tUck of HULhutUeroor Hose (p }H""ro l ( of Luujrhiuuu Hn.." \
\ ,'. I Among oUi attractions of Campbell )>6raHou, or the botula eorJ.orIltioll 7ararlali 1'. ftllesof Limuhmiiu. .ria. I
," l'". is club. 1 or( in stock. (ir bouda Itonll.; ;) orationan : han llrowii' Loaifhman, I-la. ,, I. .1
a phonograph
1,<<'.. KISSIMMff PARK may be nrrcmary and lawful I I'> tile tim. "f I HKXHT s Cuoaa, .
[ 51 Mrs. J. E. Kirksatrick has been spend- the HI ate of Florida. 4-'W I RegtaterNotice i
t J'
\ ing several days in Lakeland, this week
11', Items of Interest From Our The amount of the capital H '. attending (o business. Busy ' iball lie One llundre houHan I I>ol
t visited Ian* 111(10.(, ,OKIOUI: divided into. on.: ihouiniilHharea :::: : I 'n Court ol C""nly "1 lIlt'"... Shale. of Florida la i .
Mrs. Martha Yates her daugh- Neighbor Across the Lake. re K-lHleol 1 giclla ... .. .
of the par Baltic ol CliO llunrtn! and' I Wright' Due.."(" Ovevr i
t., ter. Mrs. Davis, here this \( o-luil (tilt'( '' (Ml I em'h; III pi( 'r ci.lit ofaid. olt Count r }
I,: ..., k weePANS Mr. Lawcenee McCaUister has finishedthe (a 1' 'k nhfl|] IM pH\Hb I in limlul I mom' ) NotICe j i. hert' 'by given: P. nil horn' it mayconiprii. :
Il'I ; : ;
'I ; lilY .
, of Ktatea, or in pro| erl> ur iMilvli'Hand . that on Lice Jth if f Jauuary. A. U, j
four-inch well for Mr. Z S. Milleron 'the balance. of tin. capital' .t..10 thrill( .Inpa I 191T: ,hal I fircDHnt:. HM annual s'i'ntnts aa Ad '
\ his It )'able In ca>.h. .property. labor or M..rl l iI'.n at miulMralor of tin iwtalr of Htptla i I. wnaALilwrancl .
\ "' __ __ prairie tract and certainly is a JUKI' valuation to be fixed. by the lflrr1Tfltor to tlie Homioraito| ,....,. F 1'arFer' '. "

i (' ci j HILUARDSISlAND a ummer. The wise ones who have or purpose.:dlnx tor, at a raett.inie to IHJ called: for: 'that JiKli/nuf for I heir cat 1 Hiiro\al Court.| an, JniU;..
all along predicted that flowing wells KOJJUTH. /.1.l July I. ... D. Ill\ ) .
: : --'" A K.
;;: .} DROfOIIT
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were not possible on prairie land will Ibis corporation ahull fxlrf-for a )H'rloii (II :"' lammo* ud Adiiilnlntrator.
f : ninety-nine jearn from ilhte of the I harttr uu ,_.
Items of News from That.
t J. Thriving have to take a back seat. loss koonor dlHeolMjil;:; ; iicronllng to I IHW .

"tt' t. Settlement and Its Vicinity.Mr. The repairs on the old dock are about FIFTH Application for Final Discharge.In >e
\ completed and this The bualncaaof the corR ralioo shall be "OD'duct..d Court of thi
great! Improvement County Judge State of
I y a board of not ese than three (::1)f or
\ Rosier has been assisting Oaceola County! In "
Lawson re statS of Time
1 is very much appreciated by our people more than Are O) directors A majority of Its dee'd. .

', ,; And look at our line of attractive Dssers.I Mr. Ci H Lightsey in, building a A civil engineer 'was here a few days board Florida. odtreniora.haii and Pnwldunt rwdde and (ienertl In tnestalap MalKer" :' NOlld..U t her br clyeh. to all whom It may eoa1earn

.' .. barn, on his place,' where\ he Is erecting ago making a preliminary for and Keuretary shall be renldenti ol said *ile. I shall, that apply on thai to 10th the day of .January A. Parkarl IX. lOlL]]
Here's In polished swell' front with tile shore of survey 1'bo board of Drreclora ahall eloot' from annul* Judire of said. Court 'T'.ofi.t: ; a.1
I one borne
: ' two deep a beautiful little on' extensive ditching hat -will be done in thttUfielvefl) a 1'rcaldent. and Ueneral Manager. final. dloth..... aa admInistrator aa. of the for el i

'J" : drawers with locks.. The: )handles! are of lacquered brass East Lake.. the near future: When thla Is done nanorn Vlee-Pieeldent mat hold' 'Secretary the eStee and of Treatorer.,PrnIIpnt: :Ono and Time Ha... deceased., and that at- the __eatat Llama I

: Hated. July 7th A. D !
I'll. t
., f'' of Trench bevel plate,. 18x36 inches. This dresser is so from Si. Cloud, Col. Sterrett and equal to any in the state. Honnl of Directors ;nhallha\e t thenullioi. moJolDOllOSCAR HAS8. Sr. Admlniatrator.Order ;
Ity to appoint aU) aieiiln of thHior r1
\ ueceaxary -'H-l :
nieces the Misses Belle and
two Pan.yWarner.
Quite number of visitors
\ a were in porallouAnnual. .
!1 ; strong that you can hand it down to your grandchildren ------
1 ., They went home with a good the Park the past week, most of them meeting i of the atockholdera: :: Shah': leheld 1
on the fourth Moiulny lnDe4( tnber in oai byenr of PlJblic tion. .
;? t when are dOne withit. It is well worth the price. $15.
: you supply of oranges, satsumas and "veg- coming overland by automobile. They at ih* prhU'I"oille..r" \ the corporation. '.
I oral any branch offie' In' IbeHUlcof rlorlda. In the Circuit, ) t'01,rt nt. the 'iftI'\Il.nUI Judicial, !
fI ,.">) We have a wash stand to match, made of the same etaole eggs. report the roads in good condition the to be Helecled by the Board of .l>lrti;.lora: at the CIrcuit In and for Oaceola County. Htate :
result of work done hour of ten clock, In the fort noon. or .. .ooullureaftepaa Flurlila I In Chancery.
,, J' material. swell front, French bevel plate mirror )J2x2O Mrs. E. Gathn has been spending a recently by ordfer prucltcable which. the Hoard K D faring Complainant' \
few days in Orlando, having her eyes to the County Gommlssi nerl. of f>)lre<'tora nball be duly elected 1.0) the MUM.kholdera VI. :; v
< ; inches above a firm towel bar. The handles are of lacquered William J. Green J Ifornert otf'
treated. Exerybody in the Park is busy getting 'I he Or.I.w. for the government Ict thia corporation Oreen otto F' Ulnkelraan, I Bill to Remove

.. . brass, and both this and the dresser are fitted with land in shape for the bumper crops that shall be adopted al the orKautxatloumeetiaVof and all pemena. other than >Cloud front 1
Miss Irene Hilliard has been confinedto tbe .lockholder., or aa RUOU there the above named partIes}f Title. .
;' :'i casters Price $ week. are sure to follow. alter .. ors til'able. claiming an Interest. In the ...
her oed the past Dr. Hyattis l'nllllb.. Arat annual meeting,.the buainiMM, property ID thIs bill de.crlb- i
: "I'' the attending physician. We all mall the timej have lived in the of said oorporatlon shall be conducted by Ihe ed, Defendants, I 1
) : If you want cheaper dresser here is one in good oak, Parkwe have never wild following named persons and offlcera: A n"r.w! It appearing, by affidavit appended M tAd Mil'
seen so
wish for her a speedy recovery. many Johnaon President and General Manager.; W of oomplalnt flied In above ataled .. that
1 I with two large and two small drawers. Size of top is duoksT Quite a number of our dead 1,. t1t5er Vloe-frealdent. Paris "'o"terl:1eo., : the ?"'.nd nu are non.rosldente ol .tdeL.tho Bta e->! 1
'\ Last Sunday the family of S. T. reUiry Loll Treaaurer, and the 'following c' of Florida, whOM residence la ...unknown ao4.j
: 1938 inches. Square French bevelled mirror 18x20 Newhart shots have peen having wild duck dinners bra Andrew Jobnaon W. L Mlltevr and who are all over the age of twenty one yea re, ., r
Pansier and her mother Mrs. ,
Davis Foraier. It la therefore ordered
inches. Lacquered brass J andlea. casters. Price $9.50. took dinner at the home of Mr. C. H. and ve noticed some Kissimmee SIXTH. defendant. the said William that S.the Ureen.non-realdeo jT Her*{]?-

'1 people on the boat with a nuber of big The hlgbeat amount of Indebtedness or liability bert Green and Otto F. Wlakalmaa. be and they / ''i

We have them still cheaper, and better ones up to Funk. mallards that were Ibot near the new tb,. corporation .h.n.t any time aubjeit, complaint are hereby repaired to appear to the bW /f _, _
Bled In this
Itself I shall not be more than Two Hundred aud oauae on or before the- ,,
I35.OO. Mr. Dennis Blennia and family of dock. CoIUtESP HDENT. rifty Thousand Dollar, (too.000.uoi.8SVKNTH ). lat day of January, 1K12 otherwlae the alltlona ....'
of said bill will be taken. oonfeaaoH ,
Kissimmee, picnicked on the island Sun MId defendanla. 97
We shall be pleased to show them to you. day. *+*+ +4414 III1-4tt+44-l-I The D..... and resld.nor.ofthe aubacrlbtrt It la farther ordered that this ord.r bo 1 po"\I "
: to theee Article of ilahed
Incorporation together onoe a week for eight oonaeoutlvo weon< .
W. L. Wetberbee and family, of with the number of abates anbaoribed foi by '8)) lo the Kiaalmmee\ Valley, OaaetteTaijer a ..... <
each. are .. ollowa : publlabed In said County' and II..... ,4. \
Orange county, spent Sunday with his : ; ; Kama. Realdenoe. Ghana. 14th day of October. 1911. i v' I
'- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wetherbee. ; CRAYS.TONE Andrew Johnson. Ban lord. Florida ao |18uI..I| AHTHUa E' DOHBOAM.fl\ '
W. L. )Mllteer Banford. Tlorlda One CieFkoIVlrcuItOoar'. 'p r'

: Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Overstreet of Kis Davis Fonter. Sanford, Klprtda One G. _. Krlbba, Solicitor By ELIIIBITH for Comolalnant.JOHHaTOM. D 4S C.",.
ftl all Til TIU In Witness Whereof We have hereunto act 1
island. -, .
simmee the
OSCEOLA Monday t.
spent on our band and afflied our ,aeala lula 16lh day of

He assisted Messrs. p. H. Funk andS. 2.50 to&fi4perday.- October A. 1>. lUll ANDREW JOHNSON Seal] Order of Publication. til :

T. Fancier with their egg plants. Special by week or month. I ', DAVIS FORI.TKR: [Seali In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Jajdlelal &| )
W. L. MILTEEB [Seal]. rironn. In and 'for Oeooola State ol J 0
: The. two gentlemen have one of the Florida I In County ... riB '
; ,: HARDWARE I' I finest egg plant patches in tb. county, + i. TIBIIUI, "., I. I. "ITD 1IIr. OF.;/FLORIDA- I ISTATE D. Waring.Ch.noerv.Complainant.William ; C -

*** ** M'I'M' I I I I M I IOAMOB C.
I consisting of five acre.: and they are ...... COt'lfTY. | J. Breea ... Herbert '
now in heavy bearing. I hereby certify that before me.. tbe under Oreou. Otto r. Wlnkelnjan Bill to
algned authority In and for aald County and All peraoaa other than the Clotid ReIllO.r;:
'., COMPANY for Rlale personally appeared Andrew Johnaon above named partlee, e'almTIll... :,
t Mr. Ira Wetherbee left
,: $1 1 or $2 per r Acre Month W. L.: Mllteer and Davis ronter, known tome -ig an lutereat In the proper'In I! '
p per
I Waycroaa, Ga., where he will spend a ,lo bo tho penona who exeonted the foregoingcbartr t',' thla bill deaorlbed Be- ,, ,

p ..Ye. Sa.,.... 'celery f...... Plow and each acknowledged that he executed ndajita t
: week. a delegate to the United Brethren am artWlan the aame for tho naee and thentn Toaliwbota U may concern: *I'' ,
: well >.ar ...... Aaia.lrrf......, atatod.Wlineaa. purpoaea h appearing from >. sworn bill of eomptalrt
Conference.We ._1_.veotf.._u..18ft1c tiled hi:
laM : my hand and teal of omoeatSanford IbIs can.. that lh.. are p.i.oa. 1n" "
.. Interact, water e.. rail traaperta- norlda. thla Ian ., Cited lu ths property involved In thir.. .. oth*. ,
: are glad to announce that Mr. ..... Oar llbatrail coaitrmct .11._. ota 1911. day October A. A. er than the known defendant., and thai ?

;' I Leslie has promised to put four teamsto y_r* to p.y ..t. Title Koatd It ._raataw 1 triotary Pnblle S aLJ namea of eneh. "' ftIO... ao interaetad are thel
known .. '
S-lyr R. O. MAXWELL. to the oomnialnuit and .. n.' iil'prayed

I i4: [ _-_ _ '_- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ work for the improvement of our er1la.-4.1f-., Notary Publle'State of Florida.. lu MId enl of OoraplalntSali.t>i ; ;,
My Commlaaton expire. April U, 112. unknown d.Ioeflanj ." .
,' . -._"--' '' long neglected roads in a few days. Notice of Application to Sell Real 1t I. therefore ordered Ihal .U persons CIato ';a
: THE .L.u>IES. : log .0 IDleftft 10 and to the follotrrlatrd.-n.-ol).

s < ", I WHAT IT; 'MiNS Estate NOTICE ATFUCATION FOB LETTEBaPATENT. proper 8lal. 01,lor-ida.. .oat.10-wit ta tII.: OoOy4O5.Ioliv. ".. .

In the Matter of the Estate of 0. A. Cammlnfa. The _b....' qnrter.Ui. southwest. QW...
'. I ., Many people do not know what s Bank'Capital .la Ot. or' the dinerejaoa- Deoeaaed. Notice la hereby: given. that on the 27th day ter of the aontkean quarter, and lot four (., <11\,
: '' I twooa' a bank of little or no capital and one with a large capital ROSALIE To Whom It Mar Concern': of<< November or .. aoon thereafter .. poaalble, otloii twentj-llve (ib).In township tW tyTa,
; ,L JL. ALI CArTTAJL. AND SOEPLtTSUUcfaud Notice) li hereby given that I. aa .z-Glllelo ad.nalnUlracor .... the underlined, wOl apply to the Honorable (26)). of rungs &w.... -. IIIt\III-\
of the _.. of C. A. Cnmmln, Albert W. tfitchriel Oovernor of the State Sppa.c to the OomPIalae.... BUI of co.I.,., 1 1weeka
,, ,. that arotacu tbo de|>oaltonrroaloea.lherofor.the largor II ta the daeea.ed. will preeent my petltioa to the Hoo- of Florida tor the laauaaoa of Lallera Pa teat b..D Ilol.OD or baroN UIa Role day 01 ,....
'' Creator proteettoo. tho depoatten_.", Tail haxU hae a Happenings in tile little Town on the anbto Jodfeol the Clraait Court of theSerooth on the foreao4ng proposed charter of the It... mary 11I1a. .owi tb.fluI dsp of ...taroaaq C
EL.* -. Capital ...........................SMMMO 00 Judicial Clronlt. at DeLandFlorida, or, Farm Laod Bond Loan and Inveatm. .Bt .... MId bin win be tokan .. .- ,.'
,... ... ..... .. .. .... .. of EJaaimaeo Flondk. Ia ra"..... .
c Bnrplu t. . .... ""... WOOD 00tooaholdony Banks of KLssiroroee Rim. wherever be bo' foaitd. on Monday, the Oompan 0"' "" that tllla onter De
"______ ' '.' .......'#............y... 60.000 OS aothday of Hovember; A. fl. Jail for leav lo The charter M on ft le in the oOce of IbIbed a 'sob-to. lest". (1'1) .O15SC5U14"
'' Ian at ptabllo or private sale for the peyanenl ol the Secretary of Hate.,a* Tallahaaate. Florida. In the Klaeinaiee V&I187 Oanesto,C__
$' -VA I : *...... .,00* OSn Cpt Wm Hancock and K. .Lobr ....*.. {keytollowWCA ac0bo4 .ysal ....... ... I Dated Ibis. of Oetober A. D lull. paper published I.aatd Oeeeola Cornt7; 01 .Sa- .

t : .. Ma uthotwo.ma4loael",00 .OOUforooar depoalton eoaid ,looaeemt. brought down. from KUaianmee. U.t ANDREW JOHNSON oral e111tQ1UIoa. I. MId CODD''J'' ... ,j: f -, 'IWltass
;_ TWsprotoatiemtolorTOn.STATE . iitheInWy.sist aald octal*"I lot S, bloek 8, DAVIS FOBRTKR J.... w. of'
..-. week a boat load of freight for Mr.Covington'a eI- Kldorado BDbdlntto.: lot i of bleak S ot ha. 4M. W, L. MILTEJCR. Clreal& Coeft\ ant III' a.e iS OWk t1a..olt
bury Peak alllaclJ.t.loW, I 01 block "U" ofRuda1i. ... ,b. Olll\lw\ of MId Court,&h1a ll .aT."
BA'KOF KISSIMMEE turpentine. still. coils.. Fill W.&Jo. andi'vtd.d OtIIobft. ... D. 11111. . ..'?'to_ ,, ,
*t . _ _,eat -1 \ *- k \\ Mr. A. D. Covimrton-U f at Rosalie 0..bafl taSsesit is lois 5, 10 *nd Ia od Notice of Executor. llUL) Ahi.a B.: oesqL ,
,;;. block td of let. of bleak 01...t N.broeka S Clor of Clramlt Cow.r\o...
.. ' :"'. r:::, ., .... I.MIWI.. "O"'DA. again to the delight of his. many Hs4ZkU 8.bdristoa. .IIID the city of Taaape. Ia eo..i nt the Coant7 ....4"' 1at.of SAJ IIr: *us sara .._. D. ....
( .... J'1cw1da Ia .atais ofTapis UP.. Krlbba. Bollolior
UUl oI oroua. c-.t7, of p. 1I1n. Deo'd. for Ooin_ _
.0. .....-.If' .,' ', JOHK H. LKVloePrealdetw *. .. ..A88Oltr' : . . .. .. > '? ..'' *. .. o..pasv.iT" . '0" Cootie.. ' ; :
> ? : .c_._," Mrs. E. G.F.wen] was' visiUng.lira. Kx-oMMo Adaalnlatratorot the Katate.ot g.? A.. & la hereby ....... to ail wboxe It may A want ad. in the Gds.ttJ
( ..niT Panaaaed. < that on the lat day of March Valley
: 13.L91.I.PPb .
C . concern A.
'i,4' .:__ _ __--ur------ __._,r-I-t-. ?/ .. Uur'to". F. R. Gear a few days ago. I"O.F. Krlbba.AUora' >ev. 4Mt ,. to the Uonoiablo OoaTr. Put' -I ways, brings'rtsulu.. V" '. ;. '

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: 1 UVIN0;)UP. TO;JIS'LEDGES.W.d..adi !! ; '.I :t'h.t P.ved.Ad.'- far'

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:::J Llst' snd'Rublnl.-
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A 'v..cst of Alabama' >lre! An artlele'la'aq Italian.., revleW.'con- ? k sir r tea, 61 r .vrr
,, 1 taloa Interesting Liszt and ,
"T Bill.Per, Better Highways., an story.of Is
{ I
nnblni, the-tenor. They' were touring Jj lit
together and 'visited a townwhere,
Bonito John B.: ukbnel' O'-'Ala- front the preliminaries which bad been

'!beans on* the'leadliig; :good 'roaoa 'arranged, great tblngf .were!; expected., \

Zaa'focatM' of the pattgn..lpvght; : htt But,they were disappointed, for when
"Mhej-entered. the tall ,*ound
sway Into the.United 8tatea senate OIL; ",they only. .,
'.' platform pledging him- to wort:for Jlft7..peraon. pr sent.,;, \O'J, "' ,;: w j r.,:' ,,_ ,.,.; 4. .. '.. .,.. .. ,
Rlblnl was furious and said ba would
J C004"road and river, and harbor'1mrprovement -
not _aln,r.: bat LInt calmed him. "You
and ba'la'atandlag true, to mast elng.3ia said-"This; email audlence -
jafl of his pre-election pledges. 1 Re*'\ .
;: la evidentlyeompoaed of musical '
'"ieently Introduced In the senate of' -
connoisseurs of ao We should .
!, the United states the following bUUJTo 'treat. them 1rItli;respect'Ltut'wtthe ; :'
provide for an experiment In tbe example with a grand overture, "F'a;: ;First-class,1 Furniture Store : in Kissimmee :we have
Improvement of,,certain highways by ,
and Bnblnl to Usst i I-1 '
sang perfection : ; 7 ', " ,,- 1O ' &
!the e detal7' ot, co-op-* gar another piece and then addressed opened such l a' glace i1.theOpera House the'" land'will' '

oration. with the, postmaster general.. 1 the audience* __ ) near, new-' depot, carry,\.afirstclass fl
sod for other purpoaea.kMB . >*, Ussr a. an orator was as tactful aa of J'
It: enacted' by the senate and' be had been'In the role of pacificator."AfldreRxInit stock aUJ kinds..of . --' -- '
--- .
_' "fbouM.of r pre.entativewt-tbe-IInOt.d his audience;,of fifty of America In eongraaa assembled '' tit 1
>JStatea aaldLadles and gentlemen" ere M
that there Is hereby appropriated was 'onl)' one lady preaent-"I think v *.

r ,(pot of the treasury the sum of C900.000. I, that you bate had enough music.. Al- House '
not otherwise appropriated, to be expended low ma to ask: you to take a little supper L Furniture FMrnishingsA li
c' by'tba secretary of-agriculture.; ,., with,ua-i:;After a faw\aeconda the ..... ? ,
In' co-operation"with?:,tbe ,oatmaatat: ,Invitation'waa accepted and U Iszt and ,
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S ,
I .
Jtnblnl ,.entertained the audience tosupper .
at their,hotel, which cost them -
/ 1.200 franca : Stoves and Rahges '

When the guests separated tba hosts I
thought the affair bad been a Joke

,,yx about which nothing more would be ,"
x beard., but they Geclded to glut their

lM t concert as advertised on the following y a.o.: ge .-- rf-
4fl'rtyl night. To their astonishment>> the ball

was packed. There was not standing _

i. &, t room. The whole town"had turned out I A nice Bed Room Suit in Mahogany, Bird'seye 4
on the off chance of an Invitation to

aupper. Maple, Walnut or Quartered Oak; Odd Dressers a

I PATAGONI4N INDIANS. '" ; Wash stands, Chiffoniers, Chifforobes, '. a it itl

tV Wardrobes, Hall Stands, Tables, Buffets, Sideboards 'i'
Custom of the Remnants of. a.Ones t ,:
Powerful Tribe --- qr? ,t China Closets, Refrigerators, Chairs of .}
Normally the Tehuelcbea. aa the t -

!, Patagonian Indiana are called are a } all kinds, Kitchen Safes, Kitchen.Cabinets, Office 'J .,'
t peaceable and kindly people yet they
Desks of all kinds and tf
I are Impulsive, capable of strong prejudices Office Chairs, Typewriter ,

very revengeful/ and-often Tables and -
Typewriter Desks Iron
Safes Brass
I, with good reason-suspicious of strangers. ,, ,

d / Th>y are not to be trifled with and Iron Beds, Cribs and Springs, large assortment '
I and when under the Influence of drink

1 are brutal and clangeQ>u" They show of Cots, Mattresses, Pillows, Comforts, Blankets '

9 1DU. by American PTMS Association.BBNATOB i+!II love for their children and wives andkindness Rugs, Mattings, Handles M'atting'4':
.t |' to their old people They are Oe t ,
BARXBXAD.general. 1 divided Into numerous tribes or groups, Carpets; Porch Shades, And many Ends, Ironing Boards*'
' In Improving the condition Of beach having Its chief or cacique upon ,

the roads over wulch rural delivery is | whom tbe burdens of government rest Window Shades, other Stoves and Ranges, '' 1,'<
' or may hereafter be established to be [ but lightly. '
selected by them for the purpose 'of i I i They believe in a good and an evil Chair Sets, Curtain r Drunks,' ,Bags, J'and '

i' ascertaining the possible Increase in I I spirit, whom they propitiate and have Rods, Poles and Fix ) things toonumerous, Suit Cases Sewing"tau'es
.the territory which could: be served many-etories, myths and superstitions ,

b7 one carrier and the possible Increase connected with tbe sun, moon and Stair Rods, '.Tables and 'MacnInes -
of the number of delivery daya stare while the slaying of horses and t .. / '

each year, the amount required tot drinking of blood form a conspicuouspart Stair Buttons, all ( to '\ Baby Carriages,::'J' "

proper maintenance In excess of local of their superstitions birth mar- : ,

I expenditure: for rural delivery routes '' rlage and death ceremonies, many of. kinds of Casters, mention.a t 's ," Toilet and, Dinner_ Sets,' d

and' the relative saving to the !gov- {'which are most repulsive. Drawer Knobs and J .'d' 1 ... : '

eminent In the maintenance of rural ]I When Magellan first passed through -"oil.7- _iooa _" 'Pianos and Organs' .. .*
delivery routes by reason ot such Improvements the strait there were perhaps no fewer : ... It'vYill
1 ._ ., .. ,
and also the relative snv- than 10.000 Patagonlans roaming from '< .r 1 r ", '- .5. :} ( ,

.4 Ing In the cost of the transportation the Bio Negro! to the strait while today '
of agricultural and other products'. driven back from the littoral to ; ,
from the farms or other points of production j+: the high pampas and thft foothills of Cl e' a,P'r'F,: cX'ar' Cla :Ei: ,

} to the usual market place b y the Andes, altogether they would .
reason of such improvements provided 1 I probably not total over COO.-Harper's oe: ElA.S"Y'-: EEKI-r: : : : : oe: .ON'Ja,;, hAY, CENT': : ;' '

that the state or county or Magazine " >
K'" ties which be selected coun-I i
may '
. ,.. ,',
provement or rural delivery .routes I Th. Smallest Pension. ; .J'- A "

', therein under this provision shall fur I I Great Britain's pension system 14 as We' invite you' "to call and. see ,us-, -and" remember' it is our aim i. to '- please r customers.
,Vnlsh'an: of for, liberal as may be considering the vast '
money % < fv.J : '
number of persons carried on both tbe m mm ; .. '. ?
the Improvement of the rural route or ,
(. routes .selected1"f I military and, the civil Hats, but in one REMEMBER THE PLACEOPERA HOUSE N RN W'\I'\''DEPrfYours
t / case the record for smallness of payment ,
bas undoubtedly, been establish
ed. Various factors enter- into determining "
for BusinessKISSIMMEE -
GOOD; ROADS., the amount to be paid sailors
and these factors so combined againstone
> Good roads contribute .to tt\. .old salt that ltwflf found that he y
glory of the yntry, give employment could draw a pension of not anymore
to idle workman, dl. < than forirpence cents-a year. '
' tribute the naoosiarias of life, J' .eaeb there FURNITURE
Promptly on quarter day ( 0
[ the products of the fields the , transmitting
comes an omclaUcommunlcstlon .
' energy forests and and make factories mankind, encourage( bettor tbe amount dugjA.thtt.form of : :

I greater and postage :stamps and he Is granted .
leave of absence In order that be may ,
: .
,11, convert this Into money at the poet- J. EMORY RUSH ni!'
office. Then,after the proverbial man- Manager off,

11f ROAD BUILDING. IN, OHIO. >ner of sailors! be promptly proceeds to '\.,
3' - I! "blow" the entire amount-New- York -, V

L; "BoeeterV Suooesaful In Getting LegIslature 'Tribune. ,
,, to Past sills I of ,, t ,
r.. The Ohio Good Roads federation has Wordsworth's Sense 8m.ll.I "
(h oJ'won' part of the fight which It started I Poets have not failed to do perfumes I) FOR ORANGE GROWERS

; "ID! January; when If proposed .tbe following justice but one major poet WordaI ,. ,
11' I Irirat worth-went through life without a New Fall Suits ;
e: legislative plans: PICKERS and PACKERS +- ..
,;,\ -Tba roorranlsaUoa otrtb btgbx sense of smell and was not sorry for ,
;rt: way department and creation of the bu- it Nature, he told Aubrey' de Vere, I II' t'i
M, raaus of construction maintenance- and 1 seemed to him all the more a vision. I ,
...' LADDERS ,
. r s
repair Second.-Stat.and brlel..supervision of all roads But once, and once only, did Wordsworth An, Attractive Model . r
,\ constructed In whole or In part by stat. smell, and the prosaic occasion'illustrates We have the best Orange Plcker'a Ladder ever ,
"' said the, unpolished honaeJioUT made. Hickory rounds, will last for ,ean. '10'
money ,1 *
4 t ThtrTb. perpetual malntenanea of.Yi '. of his time. lie sat down wltb feet to 36 feet. ,
oepart- is of blue perge, with black satin insets coat and ,
I,I aid roads by the bJchway bin. family to the midday dinner and on PAPER .
I m.nt.state ' skirt, and sailor collar trimmed with wide silk braid.
e Fourtb.-Tb. Inauguration of the Inter- began to carve a leg of mutton. The The highest grade paper 'for Oranges; Grapefruit -
jr\:' 'eounty'syatem of roads connecting Impor- leg of mutton was stuffed' with onions, and Tangerines. All FRESH STOCK".tnew

.;.. 'taut commercial centers In the state.and aud for once, and once only, the sense Suits in brown, red gray, green, blue and black serge from the factories, NO LAST YEAR'S.-OCK- ',
r..,..' mates making for all the nacaaaary saroa.Fifth. surveys sad .tt- of smell was revealed to him. 'The trimmed with braid or satin and buttons. The 29- ON HAND. A large stock. on band' ," immediate\ "(

\, .-A levy of one-half mill on the onions,suddenly laid' bare- . conquered. inch coats are satin lined, with sailor or the regulation deliveries GETOUR and PRICES prices right.BEFORE'TBUVING- ,
ii 1-\\\ ?. taxable property of the state o-create a London 8taDd rd. coat collat.
{\ fund available ha UU to construct the ', The skirts are either plain or have a few NAILS .
\\ Intar-county system "> I plaits to give'extra width. Some have the panel back
";; All of the'above,-with'the exceptionof : Taxed the Beards. and front. These suits are well-made throughout and Pearson's Cement Coated Naltattoo: well known w
Peter the Great of Russia levied a to need'any comment
1, the hitter, are provided for In senate and will,,surely please you 4 sox
tux: on beards. Finding that his sub- penny Orange box nails 4 penny special ;
Iii M'..' bill 105 by Senator.:McGuIre, .which la Jews were disposed to keep their Prices are from $15 to $18. needle pointed large flat bead; (or the hooplesa r
now a law. box. 3 penny vegetable crate nails.
beards at any expense of money, he t v
f '.Thq roa4 enthusiasts trill sow go You don t have to wait for these,,just wire or
} all l those be bearded to mixtures
ordered found Plain tailored in brown and a
,forth' with'renewed'energy' IB ''Ii' state with gray green phone me and they will be shipped at once. v
:\ wide i campatgnl'for'tbe'' proper con- have the hair plucked out pincers button-trimmed, cut on. correot lines, are always in '
or shaved with 'a bhsnt'rasor. Rossis; CRATE MATERIAL .
style and always attractive. .
atructloo. and maintenance, of roads, I e
= then became a beardless nation. ,
.i f : for the economical'eipenditure' all We have them for $12.50 Frntt janri Vegetable crates, the bea .Prompt '
a' moneys. appropriated for road purposes < deliveries and consistent price.quality consider "

i and, sentda the 'oonetituUonat '' Bank President Suspleloua-Whafa the matter? < Other suits, trimmed with braid, are priced at' $8.50 .. to ect any station Ask ua;for quotations' on car iota. delivered'I

,. .' .. cOgTentM" : wbich yUl...aaeptble nextF Bank Vice,President was Just th ok- : and the usual cotton repps, in tan, are still lower in ,. !
... January" a plan to .raise'taOney'necee'laal'y '
{ tag. I1, aat next to- .cashier. In j price. .
lb; :ogfpletl'the'Iater'' edeuty'Iyadt4temwbich ; :. j
;.., : : ; LacaTand Phone
Long pislance
don't/'QoI 207 ,
': ;: plag'w&U.equi4bly4istrib-' church, yesterday,,and I. 'ff : '
.:, Ilka the way.he sings"Will! they'miss We '( .1 Phone ,or,my expense. for,quptatlons, f.4 r ( -a
shall I >
t. ,eta the coat of,the same on all the taxpayer. *, beple., "lsed'to'sho* these tfr you ,4N ,
: .
Fm Pack. ,
me when goner ,-; : .
of the>.nt.. : "
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:t- .Ai s -_ ,.L .0" '''' :- I.I.W' .. .
_i.c.... System';Jk.f-Ceimty.; Pii.f'Tbe j l \> _v S. .;. the 0 pekunity.'on L :' f I' . R. FLMLEFOffice 't:.'"1 '
Insist this
( kw-It you new i l
: cart system t"'taJt1bC"tare of ] C. STANFORD! COMPANYNT ?
.1 4 'tba roads gown 1'1J. have to:get H. on -crydltMrsi'CcbsbawAs : y H. : I ; Salesroom and'Yard:* ?iA J' t
In.Knocounty.Tiz n.wl1LOrst4.rtrled HENDRV & KNIGHT'S >' VFOOTOF.FRANKUW ,
; : .... .. 'TERMINALS'r .J. : +
longuIts going
f ';; 'It. -- .. ,
upon'tb.PTafeweAtand ..,.' ,. ,STaSZ't p 't .3. ,J ITAMPA
to charged-dean'I aa well ' ,
be may ,
,9ackaboro pikes according to the'AN ",get J" .. ':.
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: The tesJawet Valley Gazelle I r,oclockthe orchestra began to play
: .St.Cloud rand in a few minute the floor wa

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I*, rr---'" XVB.''HARRIS,-Editor"'-*.d' Prop**,. ---. '.cfvvided.iOlbee; present. e Mayor j

ii"I 9, .-TRI PLETT, Aasocl.teEditor. -:;;... I Stanford and wife Mr. Noel and wife.. 'j 1 1f How about :that _Irrigating Plant t!

.. I ... '. ..... -" _-' T.' C.''ROBEHTS, i'trrespondent. f Mr*. Smith daughter and son. .as well | :
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!'t/? '' L POBUSBKD KVXRY FRIDAY. .--I' "*..i- '' four other' auto load,from- Kisaim-j

.:+.. 'Office In Valley Gazette Building. Arrival at the Fleminghunitrr tc r The Rebeccas erved refreshment,1 t
OSCEOLA OOPKTY.fXA.L and Mrs. John Price son and daughter 1 and time.waa had C : r
+. KBSUJMCK. I a most enjoyable ; .
F -- Thomas Krib....Easton Md.. eSpecial all. I ;: ". ,, . '. '.
in the MI; E.'church' _v bJ'j ., --- ". ..
L SCBSCRimON BATES services -. We i iri EngfnesncfPumpS .' "r-. . :
} o.'bfte _.. .,...._ _. .....1$1$0t every night next week, beginning Sun. t' Business Men's I 1 can it'you up : ", .. .,

; x .0-_,..Ma _u.... ... ...._ . ;':: IeIAn' day.-Oct. 29.; Special music. and sing.'' league. ; . . L' )from one to'' fifty.:H.J-P.\:- 4Pri from $70). .' : t ';::

...................... ..I MP_ from log: Everybody invited,, den-t. .Tn."Baiiness 'Men's" i.'Cue openedat 1 I . ..... : "up. 'We_ handle the famouFairbanks +?
...._.....''' The young people are now taking 7 p.'m., with' VIce-President Smith .... ..... : ,..
ri a.1.eW imatuawlU act ba ratunml ...-- ring lessons ft UtU hall. Prof. Doo-. in the ..chairJ.( N.' Anderson assistant -' > Morse'line '. ",'C-1
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-...."... -.--- little is dancing master arrfMr. Cum. j secretary, said some committee I 1 1I
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s :; . .. P7a.. mings pi.nlat.AnJ.'one desiring to join j shad reported, while other did hot. .
a..*ra4 af tfc. Eu tepee ta Kit -- rr Mr. UtU. '
__ ..'...nail assets.v __ __ ._ _ the class can do so by seeing ( Our scribe said he was almost tired .
r ')?- B. F. Miller\ who ame' to,5t. Cloud I.reporting the fire brigade as there I ; .
- I October 27-19): i"f a year ago, was the second time taken,1 seemed to be a lack of interest in this W. '

I'F. n r: to the insane asylum on T .esday. Mr. important matter. I Ij .MAKllMSON COMPANY ._

Miller was formerly an engineer on the j Mr. W. N. 'Camer was appointed a .

t ; / OkPVets' Pennsylvania railroad. raembeivof the board'of directors in the I ,

'. Passing Out. Rev. J: E Ennis.of Cisco. III., has place of J. Starr Anderson.A .

:... Th. reunion Confederate Veterans accepted a call to the Presbyterianchurch motion was made by Doughtreyand I ,
here and wilt take charge on Lawton,-that! the secretary notifyall j '
t.. f being held at Orlando this week was! attended Sunday, November 5. delinquent member to bay their _. _-
: by only half dozen of the bat- dues which was carried. ":' (
r tle-scarred heroes from tne local cam The following C. G. Purvis Our scribe said Mr. B. F. Rails had "
Oct 24 I
ner (House on : I I. ...
received letter Mr.-J. J. I
a from ,
which 'reminds us that the time is fast Chas. Goodrich.J. { Brophy;
: q h S. A. Todd. Chicago; I telling him to notify the citizens of St. I'
I )D: .).pproach llg when the last of the old G. Sent K W.- Steinbralter, C.ruthler.,1Ue Cloud that the Citrus Southern Rail-

I {) boys who fought on': either side'dunng'I' Mo. I read would not be built to St. Cloud on

the civil; war will have passed to their I Last Friday evening Mr. Grant'schickens account of the seeming indifference to'' Jf
I : became disturbed andon-in- said project. And now it seems to be
1'1'i. rewards. l vestigation Mrs. Grant found snakeI the unanimous sense of the league that I
: &'I' r In 1900 the General Alfred Iverson I lapped' several times around one of the Senator Lynn had not treated 6t. Cloudin .....

I .', Camp United Confederate! Veterans, .small chicks After killing i its prey, a fair manner but had centered his. (Formerly McNair &Son)
I the serpent did not want to give it up. efforts Haven and the .
was organized in this city with a j1I.r-1 on Lynn committee I
\\2 s I and was hit !several time with a stick was urg d to let the Senatorand Dyal-Upchurch Building:, Jacksonville, Florida

I, //If' ,; l7 ter membership of forty-two. ,Since 'j I but managed to make good Its escape.I Mayor McElroy know just how St. Shipments made to any part or the state Our stock is made from the best timber in Florida: Is weH, manufactured -
} that time they have been gradually j I birthday and surprise party wasgiven Cloud and the league felt in the matter.
and and facilities for for carload lots good.
carefully graded, are
1-,, M' dropping out till only twenty of the i: Rev. VF.. Kenney at his.home The next meeting will be October 30. our Ailing exceptionally

f'' original number remain with us. and of :i corner Caroline avenue and Pine road. at 7 p. m. .
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i r, these confirmed invalids. Wecan : There were forty-one persons present
nine are
r '.. Mr. B. F. Rails presented Rev. Kenney The Kissimmee Furniture Company I -, ---- --- -- .'--i --
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only conjecture what the next ten ,, andI '.
with a five-dollar gold piece received four car loads of furniturelast
, of land less than
3f to years has in store for the rest of us. several useful presents on behalf of his Tuesday and more is expected ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SALE 40 acres house 20
I I I Local OverflowEDEN one mile fJom the court ;
j,' but it is practically certain that there many fnerttls. The refreshments were every day. The prospect for large I I acres of bearing orange grove: 5-room

will be very few of the veterans left tot I I ice cream cake and frtiit. sales are very bright, and Manager For Clerk Circuit Court. i j house on good land; cheap at $10,600;
M. E. church held its Rush is making every preparation to
tell the tale of hardships and deprivation The Livingston At the argent aoticftatfon of my i grove will soon pay price of this land;
all demands which be m.def
first service: on' Sunday morning Oct meet may '. frl.1
? throughout tne <"Oon'' 1 her br growing' more Vsluable every day;
f.d. i to which we hate all listened withsochenthralhhginterest i 9= The preaching service was at 10:30 r goods in that line. They have a f .self candidate f.... Clark of uwflnnitl Court worthy of the closest investigation<< ;

M after the next a. m.. Rev. Westcott, pastor. Rev. large and handsome. line to select from. Mr. and Mrs. Keep of Fowler Park, tn and. for I wih Oaceola to thank foamy the a: tb people. roanini l for their prlmarT. We also have 50 acres of land 6 acre*

decade. Dr. Car-nine, the district superintend- came over in their machine Saturday kind rapport in the,pa.t. and witch their ...p- of which are in bearing grove balance -
It is thought, arfd one that i, ant p eached both morning and eve- Notice. night and spent Sunday mingling with port In the future If *Rct.. a pathetic
; Services is building
ning. w..reofM'ne city. Reep duties of th. of vet Ki.eftfaUT. trucking; a 7-room house, good stables
c should cause each of us to use every ef- j i and followed by the Lord's prayer. Kissimmee, Fla:. October 10, 1911. a handsoTie residence on the lakeshore J L O\'Bl W1REET ; 1 mile from railway town. Smile*

fort to make the few r..malnlrldays/: of The choir tang a beautiful anthem. Notice is hereby given that the State at Macy's hammoek, and states from Kissimmee. price-$7,000. favorable -

); these hoary headed! heroes as ('Omforta-I I I, "The Holy City" was sang by Lynn and County tax books for the year 1911 that Ve and Mrs. Re-epare both delightedwith terms of payment WehavUH

J ble Dougherty. The church was crowdedto will'open for collection on November our f.vOf'd'section.. For Tax Assessor. Another grave, about 15 acres in bearing
and ,
as happy as possible
I II the doots. The benediction was pronounce first. I am pow ready to furnish information I htr..l>v announce "'''...If. candidate lor the fruits; splendid varieties of different -
i, Rev. Bainard. Mr. L. J. Griffin of 'Ne-w Smyrna, office of Tax A...>orof Ow ola ''GUlltub-
I - )'e<*t to the wll' of the .O'-tl. the
voter t
t; What t To Do. I The gypsies entered the Wonder City two per cent will" \ be allowed! all spent a day: or so in the citx last week! comma, primary..a.l If fl 10<-td l I |irromt.e* to good land; 6-room house, stables,

,. Wednesday morning from the east, taxes paid during the month of Novem visiting his sons, Messrs. C" W., J. J. glue rny pri..'attention] lo-verr detailon- | packing house; less than 2 miles from
t,. \ :' At the commencement of hostilities along Tenth street and establishedcamp ber. C L. BANDY. and J. C. Gnffin. He was 6n his way uertrd, witb lor nRlrr. C BUCK> Ki..immE'epric.; .. S9.OOII.)

'' in 1861 I ....nt.rethe! mPitary service, in the oak grove opposite the St 42-U Tax Collector. to Orlando to attend the reunion ofConfed..rl"te o er grove of about 8 acres tllI.notb11
FOR SALE of truck
-40 land in
veterans, and
L ": _. as ignorant of what it took to be a soldier Cloud hotel wherefine dinner was --, --- .. came over a Park Garden of land; excellent new house of 9
fronting I
days ahead of time in order to visit on Shingle
? ., as a small boy. All the previous served including the famous gypsy Big Bargain for, Quick Sale. KI5 lmmee. '; creek; -little over a milt from the j rooms and basement; good stables land-;
stew. After dinner the gypsies entertained half of this land excellent grove -
+ of manhood I had given to the city limits; a beautiful place for build-i
years t the Crowd: with some excellent Five-room house, three rooms plastered EDEN T ing a home; can from this land by balance fine for trucking; a beautiful .
# study of theology and medicine. music. Mr. and Mrs. Depew sang the two ceiled two fire--pl_, two launch to the city go dock; also good view of the town; about 141 miles

I was appointed drill sargeant and Gypsy Maiden Mrs. Marsh recited The porches, located three blocks from The ladies of the Baptist church will ,, wagon road; fine flowing wells can be from the city limits on hard:! road; this

k+ it" given charge of the "awkward squad. Speckled Hen. Mrs. Livingston recited" court house 1075xJ.7i feet, twelve hold their social meeting next Wednesday had on any part of the 40-acre: tract; I grove can be purchased! for S.15.0DO;

You can what a time I had. Men When Papa was a Boy. The famous bearing orange trees, flowers and Nov. 1. from 3 to 5 o'clock in the 2 flowing wells now in operation; 20 the crop can be sold within 6 week
gnese there and told and 10 cent on the
princess was many woodshedand pay more than per
gypsy shrubbery: poultry school with fence
Sunday rooms adjoining the acres fenced hog ; 15 acres ,
rf. not trained to military movement area fortunes. The quartette rendered the good well 1 of water; north and east church'As the ladies will\ pack the in cultivation; small house; the very'I" investment without any expense to the

4 puizle. They don't even know bow Gypsy Camp and the Anvil Chorus very front; splendid neighborhood. This is box to be sent to the Orphanage, every best trucking land,, in Florida; this purchaser. Many other groves from

my to stand up and to take men of uneven well. The entertainment was given a fine proposition and can be had for lady member of the church is urged! to land is rich easily cultivated; under-' one acre to 80 acres in a body. Can

length of limb- accustomed to under the auspices of the Eastern star $1200 cash. H. M. BREAKER & Co. attend. Come and bring your contri- laid with the clay which holds fertih- suit arty reasonable minded man who
some ,
and was voted! a great success. bution for the means bus/ness/ and wants, a Florida
----- - -- bfex. set and moisture; a fortune can be
., stride just as if they wanted home or investment. Nelson Real t jr.
made this of land and
on tract can be i
.r k,, bow far they could step and other A Nice Gift Package Mr. Geo. R. Fielder, Chicago representative sold on favorable terms of payment; Co., over Citizens bank. Kis immeeT'

walking if they had on hobbles and Masquerade Ball. Box" of mixed citrus' of the Hunter Land Co.. was we want to show the land and introduce Fla. 4s-tf ,
My "Express : : : : - -- -
in this
thetity week accompanied by a
r get them to step a prescribed: distance, Mr. UtU has announced that on Mon- fruits packed especially for the holiday party of hom _ken; whom he carriedby a great the purchaser to the for owner a fine; hereis in- Application for Final Discharges
is small task. day Oct. 30. a masqueradeparty trade and for those wishing to remem- opportunity
no automobile the holdings
J ka to company's i
veatm..nt.'e also t.a.esome splendid Id Court of the Ounlj Judge. Kt t. of FloridaOnrtola ,
) One day I formed them in 'COlumn and will be given in bin new dance ber friends at a distance containing oranges on the Kissimmee prairie. Mr. Pinedale farms just outside the Couut, In r* Em.te of L H K'i11.4ih. '
halt This will be a grand: *reat to all : grapefruit tangerines and kumquats Fielder reports successful ..d.-.,*._ '
gave the order. "Forward, march !J"I who will partake in this affair. A good is.the best gift package yet of..fer.d. sold each of his trip having city limits; some near the site where' Notice ta hereby given to all w horn U OUTeouceru. '
( party twenty or more the and evaporating factory that Alh of April, A. J>. "
canfimg i on the day
with that I both and Price $1.00 box. f. b. I
was so busy my .men time is in store for all. young per o. acres. is being built these lands 1"1l. I mnall\ apply to the Honorable. the f. '
:rJid'nt notice we were beading for an old Kissimmee. Mail order solicited H. now ; vary t letter Judge of said Court, as Judge Frotu 'I
--- R. Overstreet. Kissimmee Fla. 44-tf BDEN jn price.ccordlng to location. We fur host diacharir a, admin&tratorof
; obstruction. When we reached the ob- - also have some qice residence lots the estate of L. II. Wtfitam., deoraiwd: sad
I did'nt know what to do. 'A large be.utlfuJloeation. monthly that at the same time I olil prewnl mv nnol
Christian Church.
: struction. The very
e .Ca'pt L "
,.. .H. M. Breaker.and Mr. C. E. ]: without in Eurekai wcoUDta a* admlnlotnior'jjt estate, sad ;
But captain/who war watching the ._, Nolice. Franklin returned home Monday from payments interest a.k for their approvaU
r The member ot the Christian church ,i addition. Nelson Realty Co.. over DatodOrt. a* },
'' :proceeding, aaw the ,predicament and met on Sunday morning at the G. A. Want a position as' clerk in a good Chattanooga Tenn., where they attended -'', Citizens State Bank '44tfDon't .A It.DROIIOHT, Adminbttator J

r' '! .thundered out, ,"Mark time I" Well. R. ball for the first time by themselves tore; have had three year' experience the annual reunion of the Army'' .M-lmo-Ano '' Vm.
''am now clerking and also assistant of the.Cumberland. They are both en- -,
this for Rev. W. F. Kenney. Sunday ; "
we were kept at some tune;
thusiastic their and th.tthey forget that the price of a want
ove trip state
this Can ,
at place.
school opened at 9:30.The 'I Old for sale at this office >
and then he directed me to "About. following officers were elected : furnish any reference wanted. I wantto met a great many people who will ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheap-1 newspapers .t;

r face !J" and go the other way. Of B Bfc Rails, superintendent; W. G. spend the winter in Florida. Ad- come to Kissimmee this winter. est investment you ever made. j 20 cents a hundred

course he could have given-this order at Penn** istant superintendent; Mrs. j dress W. L. Watterson Baskerville.I 1
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first, but he wanted to teach me a ...- G. W. Pfnn, secretary; Mia Vernon I Virginia. 43-5t-pd Capt. and Mrs. K. G. Canova and
The other offices will be filled _ __ __ __ children will go up to Cove
sonIt wan to "keep moving." I got pianist Springs where M n. Canova and the

V J ',. .it. Never mind what the obstruction next. Preaching at 10:30: a. nv and I NoI a. children will visit with relatives weekor i +
so, but the Captain will\ return in
may be that you encounter .there must 7:30-0. m. M
) Notice is that the
hereby given City time to be in the woods the first day of
.. be no giving up-no stopping without Tax Books will be open at the Citizens November on a week or ten days' camp

,. the command to halt Our Leader will Uttz Amusement HalL Bank on Nov. 1, 1911. Tax payers hunt . FOR SALE OR TRADE
'p take notice and be governed accordingly. i
give the right command at the right
Aa the evening was favorable- a R A. SNYDER.
Mr. Geo. M. Taylor and family arrived .
; time but don't forget to 'keep mov4 larger crowd gathered at the dance -14-41 City Tax Collector. in the city Tuesday from Tiger '"
L. D. M. B.
? '1 Ingu.. Bay and will make their home in Kis- -
4 8 mmee. Mr. Taylor baa rented the dAY

W. C. T. U. Meeting. tore in North Klasimmee formerly! occupied 25000.00 worth of the Capital Stockof :
by L. M. Marsh A Co., and expects -
Th W. C. T. U. held of the moat
4 \ one to open a grocery store in the the Citrus Southern Railway Company
,{ interesting and helpful'meetings of the BELLES OF BLACKVILLEANNOUNCEMENT next few days. i
,1% October
year Friday''afternoon, 13. at -Cheap.
\ the Chapter Bo ee. Mayor and Mrs. H. C. Stanford. Mra. ,>,,,,,
L. C. Smith Mir Elms Smith and Mr. '
": After the. devotional exercise and BY LILLIE ROSE MAY WHITE 'Gua Smith motored over to Gotha last J. J. BROPHY., .!1

v I regular business had teen completed Sunday and looked over the large colla- ,

t interesting article were read by Mrs. dium farm of Mr. Nehrlmg. which is Orlando, Fla ';ij
PART I. 'conducted under
government auspice
Aultman regarding the progiase of the I .
Roll CallCollection : They were courteously shown over the "'
temperance work in Florida. _. This was farm and the different plants and methods ::7 !

e F followed by a discussion of the more : of growing were described: to them. ji

i essential line* of work in our own local- I Mr. Nehriing devotee hie entire attention -
j t Mia Sophia 8nqwbalJ Johnson to follartinrns. of which be has
1 Piano Duet over
ity. that of the mothers' being
meeting ,
.t f M- tAndy. LM Jackson
17.000 varieties represented'm a collection -' ,{ .
given .especial prominence. of ,'
2 Vocal Solo-"Feed the Baby; Onions to Make Him Strong'' 186.000 planta.Mr. 1 :rl
i 11 j The literary program which followed ,
e Mia Ophelia Turnip Seed ,
r consisted of'a selection by lira. Break W. H. Crane of J. A. Barclay A;

G er. a vocal solo by Mir Harris, solo by 3 Piano Solo Mrs. Elder Green Co., agents for the Hunter Land-Co., -
for Iowa Nebraska and South
a', ,' l Iii Mia Aultman and reading by Miss MeKensie. 4 Vocal SOIo--rranU.-lIiN Lindy Lou Jackson arrived id the city.last Friday, bring y

Several' visitors were present ing a party of boaneeeekera. whom he Season -
.* and one new member was added to t ew' 6 Recitation-Misa Rosebud GoMwfre carried down on the Kiaaunmee prairie. Hunting {
Mr. Crane that.... sold
J reports to everyman
P Union. Refreshment were served by 6 Vocal Solo-Misa May Perhaps Maybe
who came with him; in fact, be

I Mrs. Aoltmaa and Mia. Aultman after 7 Recitation-Misa Sweety. Swanson says be baa brought fifty-three people
,tpF which the meeting adjourned until November Sweaty berV in the past year and baa a clean OPENS NOVEMBER

,,, l > IQ when the election of officers 8 Quartet-Miaaea Jackson, Maybe Tnrnipeeed and Jackson score, having, sold every one of them a FIRST
"' < ; tract of land. He expects: to keep onuntil
; for the ensuing rear win occur. 9 Recitation Miss lADy Rose May White I .
be baa located a hundred and
Are ready with your and
you gun aimmnution 7 We
be will then to this section himself
snore ,
'1 :' f'' Home Fran .Canada. 10 Vocal Solo "Willy Uead"-Misa Get the Hammer Bedeha There's Behriny a Jackson Fly on Baby'a and become a FVaridian. 60: .Jar, herndquartcn.for. werythin* in that line that you witt

l t!: t' : .. : "* Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Meikeljoa re- 11 Vocal Solo-"Kissimmee B ,."-Mise Ophelia Tuntipaeed EDEN want.. your hmttioc trip. In our stock you win find the "

p .., i- tumcdto the city Monday night from Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew ia cry: cut that you harem mind. ,

&;, : Oyania. their old borne, where they_tarot PART tI.-: making many Improvements at his place -, Our new stock of aiununitaon baa just arrived inatxr-

'i ," L'$ been pending some time Mr. Mcikel-' 1 on beautiful Paradise Island among -t yon: abaolutdy'freak shells and the .
'. 1 The Rival Musician* them the Installation of a complete system : Yarioua size and,
tt t 'I' ion ixesded ia interesting a number Mir Bedelia Berwtey Jackaoa of Water works for hia residence. loada vie all to be'found in our atock. For the'nrr bentIradtt >

of Us Canadian friend in thia section Mia Sophia Snowball Johnson The building baa been thoroughly aM. "JtoW" brand : .
.J '9. gird tbywUl com down later in the' J ptambed and fitted throughout and a anununition. 'y

;C ';eason sad look the situation over with' 2 Cake Walk .-... hydraulic ram attached to hie fin flow- '

.t .' 'it' v a view'to invMtinc In winder home Syiaantha Lilly ROM Jon ** .' tag well., lifts the water Into a tank,, W carry' the heat arsd'rito.t:conupl.te Ii,.. of Snort ''
I '1T. While away-Mr. and:.Mra. MeiksJjon: from whence 'it flows through a pip fiif
> load of furniture for Ophelia TamrpaeedLorey into the boo .- He also baa hrs Good b. fonnid
M ',j. harika : Lorit Lo+eaB. peach f o in Afc aecffon Florida l'
: ,,.; ',i.IIeIr new residence oa Para- '"orchard and orange grove ia perfect .
r' 'dtoalaland, aad a* wean a* tai arrir*. I' MedleyChora) .1; condition, and: teela that bias prospects t ..- ,,, .. r

#.'' "'1 >they will .....* into their new qoarter : t,for a large crop: of fruit next: ..... are The CASH HARDWARE "

'1 ;. ,. fi ')(1'. lIeIkeIjaI also' baa a..trace offatandwhieh .. -END-- very' flattering. Mr. Van Agoew'a STORE

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FdTte: KMiwmeeyaHeu Gazette :,)Ir.; 'D.-'Hot-anicame,:bp,froA) .- .'!r .++vrew .w' :, '" '. r ,
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Lou bman and spent last, Sunday, with '' '. '. ,'. .. . . .' .' ,
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1'1 NO. $1.UBLISHED bis family In ,this city. 'r. \v | J'' I . : -
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\ :' EVERY FRIDAY Rev. L.. L':LowelL, of Lakeland wW Kissimmee f -. : -:"
: preach at'the .Ch stlW church next : ,. r ,
W.B. ''''l _. Sunday!morning and evening : -- Baptist Church : .,. 1.) I
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, Mrs. N.'B. Carson kft Monday f or Savanttah :
; ,". .4. to spend feW week with her : ". .. _f J" .. I While :

'.' ) r-Weather ," daughterMrs. Edgar Oliver.. SUNDAY ;t: : : present' stockjasfs : fr

: Report : Mr. H C; Farmer, the well known 29, ,, 1911 '

turpentine man; was mingling with- 0" u _. .", .: ,' . .. : .: ,
friends In the city :W dnesday '
Following are the daily tem.p' : : We are" "
peratures and precfpitatlon asr'p EDEN. ,, JJibU School--9:4 'A. M.. :
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: ?" reporter 'by' tba Crovemment" 'Mrs.;W.' H. tiollister and children," oi : *"' '- ** 'L -N >- -
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, station at Klasimmee for the Bowling Gi'ee'l are the guest of:Mr. Preaching 1, : '. ' _ 'f'fPTALkN
o .zr ,I and Mrs-W...lL Pa trick,.this weekw 11:00 A.-M' 7.00'P.'M.I I ,. -- -- ----. .. .
,Jweek.endingOCL.! : ..281911; _;" "
Sisters Elizabeth'Sears: "Amind. '
;" rn .11I. UDI, Tiffany, of the Sh.keoolon/: at; Ash I REV: E... T.: POTTER I : : '

./M. Fridayi, : ..... .. '63 ; . ton,,were visitors to the city.Tuesday, will.. preach at bah, services : : ''f,4IN"T' "

'' ; Saturda7.- . :: 90 68w . Mr. M. Katz left this week for'Baltimore r

; .' Sunday.. ..;. .. 88 70 L .. . where he was called by telegram ,
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?')oi''", Monday..... . .'. B5 68. . announcing the serious illness- of, his .
brother. ALL'1
',VS.;' Tuesday..:; . .. as 61 . WELCOME TO.. .. .. ,

_..;4L,2 ..L;; Wednellday....... .J7. .6&: Mr.-M. M. Miller;! of the Drew Miller . .,,.' . I = c 1-' _
: ,i . ..10 Turpentine Co:,drove down-in his auto \- 7 :-: :( x r. ,
/ :, ,I". Thursday, 87. 71 and transacted business in Klssimmea every gallon: guaranteed)) : ; z!

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Mr.:' Riley Godwin and family, of Hon. C. A. Carson ha returned horn
dtn ew Whittier spent a few day in the-city from Jacksonville, where he recently . '
last week. While here they were guestsat underwent a serious surgical operation the low .
t.r; 1VEUENT the Park botel.' N and his many, friends are glad to 'see at :: price of t f
him l
I LOCAL HELD. on the streets'again.'
: Mr. and Mr*. R. 0: Bowden of Arcadia .
have been spending the week Mr.-.- Jordan McKay arrived the .. '
i here,.the guests of their parents. Mr. city last week from Guthrie, Ok la., and .
.'....., """" ad Mri. M. Coaner. has accepted a position in Ross Gr.v..', . $1.50 per' gallon
hardware store. Mr. McKay is a brother -'
f. Mr. J S., of Elk 'Point ;,
-- --- ----- ;- --- ; of Mn. .R. C. Tax ton. .
': S..D.. was in the city this week and .
,.{ purchased a tract of land from the Capt. j. C'A1'enburg-whohaa'char,; '
t') >' Mr. D. ; Rotundo visited Tampa Mon. Hunter Land Co. of the A. C. L. work tfain on thls.dl- (Excepting the Window Green I
vision, came down from Sanford, whereIB ) I. ,
Mrs. F. HT Starkey St. Petersburg,
day.Mr. is at present looking af!' some construction -
Crit Morgan of Fort Pierce, is arrived in the city this week on a visit work, and spent/Sunday: with : ,
I ? visiting relatives in the city. to her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. H. his family f H .
Porter, and other relatjve
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! "No Trespass" signs, 10 cents each, The Klgsimmeo Construction' Co. Is :;
1 'at the Gazette. office.. EDEN prepared to furnish cement, granite and
1 The Various stores have a nice marble monumental work of any size oresign. '
I New fall goods arriving at A. S. Gilbert's. assortment of vegetables, and lovers of Let us figure with you. Write
I .. 89tf or call'at our works, Sproule avenue .W:
I eggplant, cucumbers, aquash,.etc., can B. MAKINSON
: All kinds of school'shoes at A. S. now obtain all they desire. and Midland railway. 42-tf L .

! ._' Gilbert' 39tf Several of KI..immee's.youfig society Mr. Theodore F. Martin, of El Dorado -

Blue Ribbon ice cram, best in town. people motored out to St. Cloud Mon- Springs, Mo., is a recent arrival in .
31-tf Kiasimmee Drug Co. day evening and enjoyed the dance the city. Mr. Martin has purchased COMPANY t
held at that place. property> at Orange Center and will immediately .
Crushed Rose Perfume the fineston begin the erection of a.residence I
this market. KiselmmeelSrugCo.3ltf. I Mr. L. M. Whidden left Wednesdayfor on the same. .
a week or ten days' stay on the Kis ,
Mr. Paul Nettles, of Campbell, was I simmee range looking; after the fall The ladies of the Presbyterian church : : +
a visitor to the city Tuesday. "round-up" of: his'cattle./ will give a Halloween party on the 0r
--- church lawn from 3 to 10 p. m. on the .... r
Capt. Henry O'Neal; mayor of Rosa EDEN ? 31st. Refreshments will be served
t lie, .1. in the city this week. and a general invitation is extended to '
l. . Mr. Roma Thomas, bookkeeper) the the public to be present. Special price on Doors -r- -- :
EDEN tt State Bank or Kissimmee, spent last : .
The new steel cell., to be used in remodeling Sunday in Orlando With his wife, who EDEN ."
-- the jail. arrived this week. i. ill at a hawpital in that city. :
Mrs. Roma Thomas'many friends
Sash and Screen Doors pd.pd.r .
Mr. Charles 'Young of Morris town. Mrs.-G. T. Jarrell of Micanopy, who will be pleased to know that she is nowconvalescing ,,
Pa., spending t. few days in the city. recently lost her husband in a runaway from her recent serious t
accident, is in the city visiting her parents llness. She la expected home tod.yfrom .
Mr. W. W. Parker, of St. Cldud, was Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jarrell.As the hospital in Orlando where she ,
among the visitors to the city on Tues 'series *a. been for the past several weeks. ,
I a result of the of meetings I
day. being held at the Methodist church, The stone work on B. Dickerson's ,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Bose of eighteen new members were receivedinto new concrete store room near the Midland -
Oliver's Island, on Monday, October 3, I the church last Sunday morning. railway is now nearing completion. '
a son. The front of the building is of white
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Drought, of St. tone and when completed will presenta
.. .. Mr. B. B. Flowers, of Wauchula, was Cloud, spent Tuesday in this city. Mr. very handsome appearance. '
circulating among his Kissimmee Drought. was here on bis regular weekly
friends Tuesday. business visit Mr. and Mrs. Lavalette Buck and JO ,
Miss Anna McCallister arrived in the .. .\.
.. Mr. W. C. Zipprer, of Rosalie, was EDEN city Sunday morning. Miss McCallister '-.
in the city; Tuesday attending busi- Mr. Frank M. Doyle, the popular.real .pent the summer with her sister,'Mrs. ,
nes matter. estate man who makes his headquarter iack:;.at Anglesea, N. J., and Mr. and .
An. Buck returned with her for their -.-- ,
at the a day or so in
Mr. Sam Lang left Tuesday for a Graystone. spent "e \ ,
usual winter visit. '
visit of several days with friends and Tampa this week looking' after business t .,- A

;,. relative. in Bartow.A matters. Rev. Father Fox.of Orlando, will. arrive f

, : good well Established mercantile Mrs. i. C. Arenburg and baby and in .on-Saturday, October ,. ,
,L,' business for .ale. Apply to box 316 Mrs. Colver returned home last week 28 and will hold services m the ev- '
J Fla., t 87 tf from Clark.vUle1 Ga.; where they spent ening at the residence of Mrs. .' .
several weeks ror the.benefit of Mrs. A. Tress, in the chapel 'He will conduct 1 '. rk:: 4f : : :. .<.

,,;, ; "v'J Mr..and Mr. C. E.'Franklin attended 'Arenburg's health. mass on Sunday morning at 7:30 in t. & -

/'. the reunion of Confederate. veteran I Messrs., Whiteaide and Pierce, gov fraternity opera house.' '. oJ' \.. \..,,. ,K. .16olI.1 I .) .B' . ."..' $1, f./.N.\;.::.
at Orlando Wednesday.Messrs. '
: eminent steamboat inspectors, arrivedIn Mr. A. B. Jarrellr, who recently returned .j',1". "r"". '
P. A. Van. Agnew and A. the city Monday on their annual round; from Montgomery. where be \ d' .. .. '
. E. Donegan made a business trip to and inspected the steamer Osceola, of took'the examination before the Ala- \ '
1 Jacksonville this week. Capt. Clay Johnson's fleet. : mar. .

Mr. E. A. Niemeyer spent Monday in Hon. c: S. Acree brought in from his stating that he had successfully passedand PAJlIK i F
Tampa attending the circus and looking/ farnr'yeUrday' after business matters. toes for the local market. Mr. :Acree
also report a fine crop of sugar cane The "Belles 'of Black ville," which
" Miss Medora Russell, teacher of the and sweet. potatoes this season. will be presented the opera house .
school at Campbell, spent Sunday with this evening by some. of Kissimmee'
'', her mother in this city. EDEN most talented young ladies, will be a J
( medley of fun and. music, and it is expected -
' ,j. 'I Miss Dovelee Browne, of Tampa, visited The pay train of the Atlantic CoastLine that standing room will. be at a
, friend in the city this week, returning passed throughthe city Wednesdayand premium. See program in this issue. FLORIDA'S GARDEN SPOT
A home Tuesday. made glad the heart and heavy the ..
, ', of its in and
pockets employee aroundKissimmee. has ktjl
''t Mr. R. D. Waring purchased thefixture. \
Meet me at Klssimmee Drug Co.
ad will of the W. C. Baa
:; and we will get a drink of the best market *
81tf Mr. G. M. MacDonougb, of the Lud- meat and will take charge of '
. :' l soda water made lam A MacJDonough Company: architect the business Nov. 1st. Mr. Waring r '

"i!". Mr. J.; A. Lancaster's many friend. *, will next week begin t.he.rec- doe not expect to conduct' the business e .
1:1: are trIad to see him out again after a I tion of a handsome stucco residence on personally, but will b* experienced :

:rR. c short but severe Illn.... his lot at Cape Breeie .. oarket The section man In charge.In the'Kissimmee valley --.;:: The choice of discriminating. . pur=: ':, ".' /.,. .: y

./ \ I will probably shipjlfty per cent more 1 Hrffv
e vegetable than Vast season. They will chasers. : .w
put in. about Vi acre of tomatoes,"2ti ..
acres of celery' and 50 acre of beans, H t -
with an increase In cabbage and melonacreage. ,

4f R. G. JOHNSTON .-N. Y. Packer. Well-- worth visit by those who h

." I' ** -" -= Mr. R; P. Marta of Arcadia, Indiana, a
la among this week's arrival and is '
very 'ouch pleased'wtth what'he has wish that is in '
to proposition
observed In and around Kissimtnee. It see a a : ,
.FIRE INSURANCE Ie! has intention to spend the winter ... .

;f >R. Here, although. he will visit other pointsin .class by .itself.Kissimmee '.,
I South Florida during has sojourn ,
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We still ,have quite a number of our I ,

London.( ,LIverpoor&) ,Globe;:. Etna. Illustrated Magazine Edition on hand, ...
which we will mail to any address in the .," .. :..
' c'norvrlcb Union and United States for 26 cent*. Mow I* a + ':" :t.
,, Hartford; ( good time to advertise this section and .. :' "':'.- .;
all can assist by tending oat one or more ..,i--. .\ .
other strong Companies copies of this nagaxine. 43-tf '.. -i
We are equipped to produce) portrait d. . . v
PHONE 246 PILLEY BUILDING that are right-and our long experience r fj: t1
is back of every picture we make.. And < .1 "., \
you are assured of a good likeness and r
a. artistic finish when we do the work. C, yf'
Come in at any time. Wilder' Studio. .. "
W. also give special attention to out .
door view work 43-8t. '. 1'v

BASS MARKET 'CoL, E. N: Oliver- of Lafayette Valley Land Company $
:Be: BULL 'Ala., arrived In' the city .Tuesday anb.1s ,
preparing to build a residence on his 1 ,
homestead at Lake Bryan. Mr. Oliver .
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'BcAtdca Boildlnr Qpc.flfacfc from:Depot > < I .
is also half- owner.of Iv.r's bland in ." .,
lake this -which i f H. B. Resident Man-eer '
the ,
near, city one o HOUCK, t ,
$re8h'.Flori4:.. [. ion .ll kinds. the finest ,properties IB' this.. section of ' ' '. ,,
:'M TS' 9 Florida. ) -- I
,and; :West rncy. 1.8 .>. .eA'etA "'f'" -:'ifeeTJ.: ,N. Ward'and R A. Koonsh "
',, ', : KISSIMMEE :;FLORIDA '.. / (1
: -.1'" of ctolUopoUa, Ohio arrived to the, city : *
F r POULTF .EGGS., FRESH'cerlffWuTCity. FISNh : Wectn dar. ,..They have been,'Iris'tine' .. x.n, 10- '> ,, ,
;: ; ):, :1: different ..ctjosteof, South Florida and ". ; ... \ t:' v,,, J. '
c and 'Ii are-well pleased .with What they bay. .. . '" I\-It'\ ,. *' ' ,. ;.
r :"t Spcif';1ttentfohlo' :Phone Order '" I seem.Mr., .Koonsh will remain forthe, .."., ,- ,,tI"'.,"-1'" _..... 't. : .". ...''" ' \ ".''I'tf '1'..

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ry TALKS ON ADVERTISING Cori Coin X08 ? ...M
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Wasts Skirts

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j ''A .. ,a ," I .I In. new-styles t.' ,4: iw.:;;' .: f '::4'- Justreceived. . .. ,''::v-,1'' .'.\ "n !. the Campaign y5 .

1 tl l I ,
: y ': ,I" \ Beautiful linen waieta with SOql8 trimmed with fancy I Ii ;Hal is
i; embroidered rever to bu t line braid and buttons, others with
and embroidery belo'l1: t. vaist bands of silk or cord embroid- i By Henry Herbert Huff 1
1 line, elu8tnl of tucks ach ery. lip
f it ,
tide of front. A choice -
very _
r dtllli n. Most of the models show plait 1.\ 'I
a J I'd insets. !
"Mr. Business Man let that have resolved
'b Laundered waists with tlcal- : us suppose you ] to
'I coped plait, collar and culT '. The materials, are Voile and make of after I at
I J brown, blue, and a success your advertising-that you are going "
r 9 also plain collar ahA cuffs with anama In I j .. Mlillu11
*' "'."4 white embroidery on front. black, i" business in earnest. First of all, lay OUt the Campaign.

i +i':' : The variety of sizes and the I "The amount to spend is the first problem. I dislike to set ,
4' The U. S. Government has bought Neponaet
'c ': basted hems insure easy fit- I
Other waists in white Veilin I any standard aa so' much depends on local conditions-population -
all l alterations Paroid since 1898-often
/ s. with colored embroidery, soft madfree are Roofing every year
w ,.. BaUate block silk In tailored of charge. ;I competition and the line of business. ,1 should say that a million square feet at a time-for use at

Y4 / + effects Messalif.: and( tacked cream Prices range from $04.60 to I 1 Or s ,per cent of total sales ought to bring good returns I home, Alaska,. Panama and.the Philippines

J. ',Jfo. I $10,[0.t for a country store. Contract for a certain number, of inches the coldest as 'well! a* the hottest climates.

'.' Can and examine these. Other styles from 12.50 up. of space to be used during the year. See to it that you have Do you need stronger proof of the wearing qualities, economy,

c :ti. i the privilege of changing the ads. every insertion. I' and the satisfaction that NEPONSET Paroid-Roofing affords?
A .: '; Do want proof nearer home "We will give it'toSOU.'
/ "The size of the space to use is another hard knot. It is wise you
We will tell where can see a NEPONSET Paroid Roof.
k Mrs' E. L. Pearceaf to start with a small space and increase it gradually. Advertise I See how it looks you, learn how you long it has been on, and hear what ... '

:;tF9 Continuously. Use large space for sellmg events of extreme im I the owner has to say.about it.NEPoN5ET.

1 tit portance. Use space aa liberally in dull seasons as during paying I +
ones. Advertising is a panacea f for business ills. You must PAROID Roofing a
_ tr .',:,I 1 force business artificially if you want to keep busy all the time. I U 'sold on proof act promisee.NtMufCT .

"It is most important to study condi ou. Endeavor to find out I 'PAROID Rea., .... tor he PROSLATB ReefJa. lor
roofs and sides' ol barns .bl. poultry roots and sides ol residences sad all buildings
,t j 4 ((1)) what territory trade may be drawn from; ((2)) bow many families I ttun build Ion..., RcBltftB Slate in bra color. Costs i leas than calling for artistic roofs and aiding.Looks ."

are not to be reached by the local papers (compile a mailing list and For brooder boa.,.. sheds and tampor- like shingles wears like slats.NtPanferrWATERPROOF . i"' ;,'
send copies of your ad. to these names); ((3)) where the strength and .ry bnildin T that require low-cot reonnff.vseNEPONSCTREtMtOPCR B.11411..
P slor us* lands clapboards and shin-
: : Our Soda Fountain weakness of competitors lie; ((4)) what advantages you are able to uperior In ...." reaped to sirred( (laU*. Far It 11'..... In walls of residences, etc. Keeps out ,

j offer patrons; ((5)) the characteristics of the people Sn the community bas Cwwetr-fiva been th,....staodjirdi.... low-coct roofiog lot dsntpness.bills oswthtrd.Ces cold. end. 'draughts. Cull fuel l'

(nationality, intelligence, occupation, wealth etc.). P. W. Biro *. SON. WI .. H. s.
"Study your most successful cbmpetitor. Learn what goods he

sells and who buy of him. Pattern after him'88 much as you, choose. -BOLD BY-

Endeavor to give your patrons even better advantages. Study customers .
/ 1 You probably, know from experience the goods that sell I W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY 1

; is now in place and we are ready to serve you best in your vicinity. If you, understand the wants of your patrons KISSIMMBB, FLORIDA '
you should have little difficulty in advertising what they like in the J
lf't with pure, wholesome soda, dispensed by. ao' way they will be interested. i ""1

expert. who knows just how to prepare it. "Women like detail No fact regarding a piece of goods is so I!

4 I- Our ice cream is pure and delicious, and. unimportant as to be overlooked by them. Describe everything .

all appointments are absolutely .nitary. fully. Women are ordinarily'good judges of value, and price is rpgarded -
as of first importance, with the possible exception of style. 1
invited to
Ladies when shopping
are Service i. also of much importance""Dwell: on the three, price and S. S. BUZZA & SONY

rrr } make this a resting place. You are. alwa.ysI style first .. .
welcome. '\ ; "Men are the opposite.. :They seek the facts about goods in the "f
I Cement and'Conc
.. briefest way: They d6 not take buying so seriously. A bit of humor ete ;

. often pleases them. I, : .
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' Work 'of all :
.t Plan your advertising months ?.head of time, Buy up special FEtftds a

\ loin to use as leaders in the future. Keep a notebook; for. ideas and SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY '
.Os'ceola, Pharmacy jot them down nave copy ready for ads. several weeks ahead. ,tResid

: f. : Take time to'write, and do your best. Make the most 'of ypl1.r 'pres.enfe Phone 58 a Mabbe Street'

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: : < .and: ,: .. dl (UMBER} : ;" ;
Five . : : Ka.IID11ee< Fla. 'Oct. 8, 1911. L : ,1 r
I J The Board of Public. Instruction met ,
in regular session. there bsHng present 't'

Bend Issoe' Plan For'Cities W., c.. ..B...,, chairman; W. W. Chandl .' J
and E. K. Brown also W,".'Jt;S ara..uperintendent. . b i .
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h and Dressed .
1.1' '
r' in :; a
a Remedy, For Present Elites, Minute of the last regular session" ..

were read and approved.: .
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v I I .: B. C. Miller county treasurer I reported PJNE LUMBER I '

as follow: a
QUICKER AND BEHER ROADS. To the Honorable' Board of; Public Instruction '
; :i' BEATJTIFULLIBERTY, in and ,for Osceola county } \ /
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t, 1 herewith tender my report a* treasurer ; I <
) I, ft" of Osceolt county for the monthof '

Direct Yak M.T.dMight De "_:the September, A. D..,1811.. HOUSE. ,BILLS A,, SPECIALTY '

4 : Time '.....*,'. but ,the 'Ismiilnfl .. OSMUUI.soifooi. yUND.. ">,,'
TobaUnoe from I.... report.,;..,....., S18ITTo : 111I
: Bonds Will Insure Oe " OgOttd'ri
n v .
Qeneratlena Cemeb .. .ra '
fares For to
II..I'Oat', eretie !. :.. : : : 4
Mo"y"Sputh_ Ceuittle. Using Plan.A ': r' ': : ':' -;; -. -.-.-..

' > attidy of the problems,connected By paid+' .nU.lrpu11.1......,..,. 1078.. ...................... ''

with the "development our nation By Italuto'..... . ... .,.. ... 149O: 2 EMIL:: MACH" ., ERNE8.'r' MACH'Z' {

baa c abown-tbatvw"takflnt' SCHOOL mvm-mmr. "0.% .. ..... .. se __ .
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To-tmtttom fist roporr4'rrrrntr. 49-1. ... .
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P ARK: civil (ovnuncotnianttfaeture\, \ 87 Paidwarrgn1srrrheL..Y.1.4O. .. 1409 -- ; K

tneree and in's affairs' generally 9r balauoff. ; ,_... i 85'IB .: A.C 'I S:: i
j "" let'lmprOVOd, public road construction *" **ciinni.RUB|>|*T. H H/<

: : the one phase of oar Amerlcan .' :Xo Mil from t.... ......."' ....,.., "". .. 106 4, .: .Livery Feed and Sale Stable.:

life which 'depend inore Cflool.HOB-OUT. .0,.. ,
.. than any otter the certain prosperity; T4 bal flora lam report .w B. C.. MILLER frt CIt .. International'Harvesting \;

. . and social*.comfOrt of a l large majority; County Treasurer. ." I. rEvery"hing

of oar eJt1&euau" been neglected to Warrants In the sum of $&9L$3 were ,.A.TL = s. 1d. A4Y 1S3A171rIlYtA. ,

a degree that almost beyond the examined and cancelled In open cession.

power of conception says !Dr.' 3. H. Bills were approved and warrants issued new and first class. We-render. prompt{ and. :I.
Gem of all Suburbs as follows: satisfactory service day or night( '
Pratt, sute polopt'of North.' Caro- wlB4ar.sal.upt' ... 7 00 k
Una. V dills.M'H1' P J ..... .. .. .,. 4 Ul I. ONE HALF '
KKhIruwn.MIIYI: .., . ... ft 00 BLOCK FROM PA88ENOER'DEPOT.
Tbe old method of obtaining revemasfor W W Clmiiiller N DPI .. to ou '
the construction of roads was by lit JHIIlir\ com trees .. ....... 1672 : Kissimmee, Fla. r ; o o'i.3"J] '
Now on Sale Valley U.L".pI'l..Llulf., .... .. 600
levying a labor tax which requiredall MlM Mrdora KIUM II....|. teacher 4.. 4< w
_ Mies Klae Are, " 7.. >0 ..rMt..K..m N..NNNN.ONNN NN..
ablebodled male: residents of' a Ko.<.r" .". ". .14. JW 00 .
to work ,M n. J/ I. Dlokiuwu > 12: K 00
stat between certain ages on ..
+ ....... .
I Nr.J L lJIolI. 12 It OOFrwl ,
the public highways within their respective II. ...,. .. .. "in.. 40 00 A
Fred Harvey ". W.. (K) M. I
townships for, certain number .. .. .. '
a I Mr J H Ht ie. ? .. .. :tn.. Ml 00Ik.4e C. A, CARSON, PreiIdeal n.,,O, UKVAN !BECKCTABT:
p .
of days.per annum but In lieu of ".IN 1..0 ".. 40 ooMra 41
i' J II SW-ffw IlK.. 10 OU
i'N this labor they could pay: a certain M... IWMMV, Lawiun ".. .* *.., 600M s
i'y amount for each day that they were >.. Jrl.011 nor .. ""' \II! 3ft 00 The Waters & Carson't
MI. Mary David. aft. 36 00 '

y In Buying a Home-Look Ahead required to work. While thousandsof LL L.Jordan.10"80 <". ".. ."" 40 40., DO 6 00 III' ".,,

miles of public roada have been Mina K.Worln..hadoeu 49. 3ft OU t oi' ";c .j, :11"
11 W Drew Co,eI......, .. 147 Ml :
built bI'I t''' this means, there are but
; MUM Kmma V..woll.lirad Com.. ... 6 00
few mile of graded or Improved roads M'.. K constructed and It Is practically impossible 6 (IV ,GroceryCompany\\ ti.I
Muaiern Uuiou Tel Jt 111
to construct a system of good 'Ibe axton: Co._.... '".'.. : ..... ...7 20KsNI.r.glowklietdeldo.e.chhs11.14.0025:! .
roads hi this If It does not give '. rY
way. .
L !>..., lalmr H bnol No 1 .. 12 OO -Wholesale and 10--
1 Retail Dealers .
good Improved roads how can they be W J Roan, lord irrtght.nd ,,"p'..bton N. ea I; 1""
K 1> Holmm, lutnbvr aobool No 111 ,. 64 40
For the \vise man who desires' his family M HI Hii.k.on, No ID 27 MlA
,- Public roads are public neceeslUes L liompdun.' labor _boot No It. 11* K i
and the benefits to bederived from C; W Illlllard. I.bor Miliool. No ZU Id 76ww GROCER1ES
I: to grow up among healthful surroundings t-nttcr.tiitntmr noluiul Mo\ 1* KM
their construction In the various counties t J llarrer. labor.rxl IleuUu..rh No 18" 14 no - .
If the state not only 1' l Inl4fU: itltftframii.: booka : ... :. ,
LIBERTY PARK is the logical composing are LHaiiiI rUii|| Cu, a of great value to each county, but alee Oat tola Hunt ware Co. fl-: ( ; 1. 1,4 TV IM> .
the future of this matchless suberb could to the state Public roads are ready to KI..Ilnm.e Oily,wiling, ft* whl No I. 114812Martlu '..,;, ,
etuke..t.or.chuol No X U wr WE SELL BUYT '
serve all elaatbe are common WI
be thrown a giant screen would On account of the increased 'enroll-
upon you property of all the people and all the the ,
ment salary of teachers for school.Nos. {
' see One of the best truck and citrus fruit people have the right and privilege 14 and 35 was raised to $40. HAY ""HIDE;:>> i:1 I,
to use them. Therefore why should The salary of teacher for school No. 1
.: 7'
secions in Florida, on which will be! grow? not all the people bear some of tbe 19!) was placed at $40 five dollars of GRAIN FURS'it' }; :. .

expense? said amount to, be paid out of sub-dis -
i ing magnificent'crops. To clIlIT out this work to the quickest trict fend'No. 4: FERTILIZERS' Ii WOOL, t
and to the beat advantage the ,Superintendent Sears was instructed . iJ.
The realization will to in the for SHINGLES '
Ir come you county; should Issue bonds In.order<< to to purchase book cases school No.1.Tbere J.
being no further business, the .
future, perhaps, when prices are far advanced secure the necessary funds. Board adjourned till next regular meet- ORANGE BOXE"S AN.o : .Jr.i *..M
It Is a fair and equitable arrangement '
k \ even beyond.your. fondest i ideas; of that future generations should pay for W. C. BAS;, ORANGE WRAPS. ALC- I ., -
a portion of the Improvements of oar Chairman.

rising realty values. You can buy today, public roads, as.they derive. great a Attest : -- VEGETABLECRATES_ '. ; COUNTRY ; 7..b '

benefit as the present generation. Too W. J. SEARS, .. .
at moderate cost, a homesite in a section many have an Idea that to bond their SuperintendentTHE _' ;, .. ;'. ,
county will'mean a very large Increase Gf
thai will enhance in value land .
In their, taxes without their deriving .-, f -
which will grow all kinds ,of ,citrus fruits, any material benefits fftom their expenditures We sell field and garden seeds ofall. kinds. ". t

not realizing that tbe Increase .---.. We give special attention to fitting out\hunting and 'camping v
J. ,, ; ,
; the value and the
as well as ovcijikiudof vegetable grown in in pf property: .
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decrease In the cost: of the maintenance Many, KiMimme; :Citizens Have j Du- parties.. , _*'} \ .
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,this.section ; located close 'to 'school and of the toadstand) the wear and tear ;'. covered It ,.,:', .*; Fru'dellvervln city. limits: f Phone NO.: 12. "'/ ;<: ,- '
,f J 'churches, every 'five-acre, tract being_ in on much bones money, .wagons save L:and harness;la so Just what to do when the kidneys are We are county agents> for'ood fertilizers.. "',Milt tilt for" circular.. '
waakes- affected I.a question that concerns both and prices fertilizers., ; : "
The issuing of bonds available I on, ,
close proximity to the best hard road in I
funds In sufficient> quantity to young and old. 'Weak kidneys neglected '. "

I Osceola County, and the proposed electric repder possible the accomplishment of .-n.childl ood lead to life-long suffer:

definite and desirable results. ing. People of advanced yean, with ..

railway, which will be completed and in They; give almost Immediately the less vitality, suffer doubly. In youth or I ,.8

benefit of good roads while the payment backache 4
age. urinary Irregularity k !i
operation by January 1, 1912. for them la deferred for many dizziness and nervousness mak'e

The dweller in the country. benefits by in;years material until the wealth county to; enable has progressed it to pay life a burden. LOTS LOTS' :

There :ia one remedy that acts directlyon

good -roads because they increase land the bonds. without unnecessary' Inconvenience. the kidneys. Doan' Kidney Pills LOTS HAVE BEEN SURVEYED AND STREETS- . .11 "..

values Economy; of transportation is the They obviate the necessity for a highroad owe their world-wide fame: to the fact AND AVENUES LAID. OUT INWILLIAM6S' .
tax while accomplishing the results that they have cured thousands of cases << -

chief factor' profit-making to the trucker tor which such a tax would be of sick.kidneys and cured them perma SUB-DIVISION :

levied. Follow the of this ; :
nently. example : 'ij r
; farmer. This is tract of the best ,. .'
and a Let us consider briefly what a I C100- Kissimmee citizen.: --- TO -

I pine in this section ; pine lands I are' the 000 bond Issue would. cost: a county tile txmtrn: M. Conner,. Mulfette street Kissim
la the Ont place -believe
oould .. sold pw oent tm- mee Fla., says: "1, feel justified in I
majority aa bearing 4M WHITTIERand ;
1 choice of n of our settlers, not only This wW mean that tbe Interest giving Doan's Kidney Pills my endorse ;:

I oa the Issue ot ? will be H 00 p e ment, for I know from personal ,
account of the price and small cost of exp.Hence .. -'J" '
on bk
.; annum It will also niiiMssty to pt t .
,, by a .tn..... fwd to take ears ft thiss that this remedy acts just .. are offered for sale to'

__ clearing, but because they find by proper bond. on maturity. Bach a aam aa .. Beet represent!.' I took Doan's Kidney the public at from

t... handling these lands productive cent aaary Interest can be and at tbe.each and of year forty at Tsars i par Pills when I was suffering frond back- $35 TO $50 PER LOT': ,

I are very will cover the bond...... The amount ache and kidney complaint and I received I l
that it wW be axmsary to put a ld. ..ah great p.neflt" 4 a !I
and good of all kinds. This .
yield crops year for this purpose will be.... This
1 makas a total of lI eu that a county WIll For sale by all dealers. Price 50 eta. Whittier will soon be In railroad connection with '< f

land is especially adapted to growing Vegetables bays to ...... each rear to take cars at Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N..Y.sole every part of tbe United States, and In a"abort time 1'r
this bond This amount will mot be
agents for the United States. will become one of the towns in South
of all kinds, strawberries, oranges .. much as It would be pai.aaaai/ to rals
y. bye blab tax: emts to (0 which Remember the name-Doan's-ftixl Florida therefore lots it the above prices.are only 'r .
and grapefruit.We some counties have levied la providing take no otter one-tenth of what they will, bring twelv months benaex, p '
the for road Suppose -
are sole the aaaiailil property vsJuatioa Is T Whittier has a telephone line. It has good roads :
agents this'propet'ly.. Notice.
$.O o/000. a tax M only: M oents oa the for auto travel at any time. Has three malls per. .

Write today for prides and terms. LEO would yield U.OOO _auaUr.: which Notice is hereby given'that the City week. Whittier is on the center land,between St. ) '1
the Interest
would be sufficient to pay: Ott
Council will receive bids to,\ curbing. Johns and Kissimmee rivers Just twelve each )
I the bond.. create a sinking fund and miles, . '
leave tUUOO. for the main grading and paving as follow.: Em- ohe-bali I.
enough money way. One and miles from Kissimmee'Prairie ,i. ,
street hundred and feet
one fifty
tenamoe of the Improved road and to keepIn
.repair the roads la the county that are north of the intersection of Stewart and land of the Hunter Land Company. We have the best *,,;,

not b.Ing permanently Improved. Broadway streets, Broadway street land for trucking and. farming In ftorlda.! W* have

This twenty cent tax .Is a small tax from the intersection of Stewart and fruit and vegetables all, the :year round. We.ire In
for roads work and if this tax Broadway streets to the intersection: of '.'
the of stock
4 Dakin avenue and Dakin avenue from raising by the best and cheapest: r,
was .levied without bond Issue it wouldusually the intersection of Broadway to the ""method on earth, W* hare a school rU of eighty; r

all be spent In maintenance of the Atlantis CoastLine two stores two hotels the
passenger depot grocery ; open year round. "
I of tie roads without permanently improving ,
', 1 . ., of'th.m. railroad,. according to plans and on the east boundary of.Lake Marion which r C'
any specifications now on file in the City '
If a county or a township deckles to Clerk's office. All bids to be filed with extends westward connecting with,a chain of lakes'to c

try and raise the necessary revenue the City Clerk not later'than November Kissimmee river. Here Is the hunting and fishing' par- '

H : IVLBREAKER&CO. for good roads construction by a direct 7th, 1911. Council) reserves the adise. Whittler,has the. best, marl material for good '

tax; on the 1100 worth of property; It right to reject. any ana all bids. streets and hard Florida. ..t-. r'',-> >:- -:-
.,.. would require as exceedingly high tax: 42-4t J.{.R.City GILBERT Clerk., Map.of this oub-dlvl.loIt.can be seen it the office r

1 ,, to accomplish the desired result unlessthere I of A: E..Drought or T. C. Roberta.;In $L Cloud.-Jenkins x ;
'. : .
iH . was situated la the county; The Kissimmee Library. &. Woodhamks, office -: Over fisceoU Pharmacy :- accumulated :
; large city whose '
. . . i k"v W8<IIj residence .. ,' "
In Whlttier.
v' (> ..'. -,\ could be taxed for good roadwork In I .
.1'f s . ; The Kissimmee Library offers to Its < .<1'' (,
., ;- the county. Counties situated to this subscribers a list ot over four hundred . i ; "'i'

"''' :... way I could probably! raise a' rsVenaai I books by the best authors, any or all of
r-:; KiSSIMMEE.: ' ." fLORldA' sufficient, construct Improved roads' which you have the privilege of readingfor E R. .j3A SS: ',1
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only $2 which ascure"a single ,
with tax: not
.., ', ,' > ; throughout tbecounty a .
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," : .. '. ( membership, or $5''.fdr a family mem '
running over 00 cents on the .9100 .
,.,., -. : worth or property.: _The counties, how.ever I. bership.1 Capt.;'Trench the librarian ., '\YHITTJER.' F.I..rO .1D :
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OJ.f card for .
will issue
a membership '
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'lit-' 1 I / q .. .;.without,.large> .d ties or, towns. the above .' Library in State 4' 7 : ; .'. r .. ; . x4.lS

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0.lwis; 'to tar to bits eontmpiat-) 'PHYSICIAN. THE POCKETKNIFE ,; "
.lac' bullden in Kiailmme' and and SURGEON : ,
;;earMonding country-that ,1 hayaoeceeded Offloo over O eeola Pharmacy . : : w ;0seeola : .. ;';ii
8 in getting; the'ajrehcy,.. ,
I t Rld Doo 53 '' Btinyan Stephens, pastor: '1''"
I 'for the weU known ..brand Cherok k'Htil'!:.: .any Machines and, Processes f" f" I
I .. Cement Plaster. .It will go ...Office. 148nr Sunday.-. .
p f farth.r Jnake a harder wall and .. 'Used. In'Its .Making. Bible School 9.46 a. m.. Company4 =- ,
better wall, spread, easier and -
I Preaching 11 a m. and 7.15'p. nu. '. .
give better satisfaction than anY"other '1 ,
brand made. Every sack L. WINN B..Y. B. U. 8:45: p. ml.! F ,

s gaaranteed.One million. dollars ' vy. ;. *, -\;.., , ART IN FORGING.. THE DUDES;f' ecmmunlon'-2d.Sunday.; ?: '. t- .., -DBAJLBfta. IN-..' -'...............

back up guaranteed f 1BOQ ton. \ PItYSICI .N,- l ', r Monday-(after'-3rd Sunday) .1Woman' -. 4

s B.. DICKERSOK,, CNttctr ut t.iter.r .. .. RSMIDKNCS PIlONS' M.' t,' ' If.......... T. Beesm an Adept In the Dslloat Mis*. Union-::Devo.'.Sp.' .m. 'i and Dressed Lumber ;

Orrics I'roHB!v7: .. KUMUDA.TJt Work of Wednesday-(*fter let Sunday). .

oessltstM a Long Course of Training: ; Worn: Miss. Union'-'Social,;'3" to Spin' 11 . '''n .. '. .

1 I THOMASON and V..... of Experience.The. Thursday'j: 'i) WINDOWS, DOORS .
'', '.' ..' "' n "* Prayer meeting 7:00 p. m. . ,
........"...,...iAuf labor of making a pock tknlfto Visitor always welcome i t .r- "., SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK:, LIME "';,

t f' B- PIIYSICIAN and SURGEON ; a* usual ID every Industry that I* '- t'. '!I

!;i.,. .' 4 M. TILLER- carried on by the aid of a great deal of PRBSBTTKRIAH. r t p.p.r
Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 120 mack divided. blade h 'NOVE.LTV k(9
machinery Each
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Real Estate S. S ; ,
Agency. Snyder, pastor. '.
-- --- must( BO through als separate pros .... .< I '

fo ...... ..*.. .mm.m.amm....mmm:i B i. r\R. B. D. WIENENGA eawH flrst. forcing; second, 'layingon Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. 8. GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL "!
Nelson. superintendent :
the "tangs. that part which Is Inverted
tr 1; Realty bought and sold. f VETERINARIAN Church Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. "
Into the handle and through
1 )"" Houses rented. '"I" I STOCK' TREATED FOR which the blade' to- -riveted third Christian Endeavor 6.16 p.nw. ?' _- 'j .tg Free Delivery to All Parts of. City J..JI. ::

'';. Taxes paid and Titles, verified .. ALL DISEASES marking or stamping with the, name Prayer and Bible study Thur,8daY.1.00 I' ,t

] 'for non-residents. .., r;y r '';n.Ma11L .n ill2 ORLANDO, FEA. of manufacturer; fourth'-: boU. , .

Fire Life and Accident In- Iou." or filing a depression In the neck m.Visitors most cordially hwlted to all ."
surance. of the blade bet the edge t. "
ti r eeo abarp Cervices .. ._ '
r i".v Indemnity, Bonds. J DR. N. L. BRYAN and the heavier1 part or "tangt** fifth .
tJ !. .r..._ -.. ...... DENTIST tempering; sIxth, grinding. IIETHODIST.
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... All this applies to the two ordinary l Distance
Wm. II. Ph. D.
Funk. pastor.
Squires Building , bludea of a knife. Nail blades are subjected
=..... 21 6
-- Sunday School 9:45 A m.-Prof. R.
New York Avenue to still another process-namely, AdvertisingLong J Jis 4
ST. CLOUD FLORIDA 'the cutting of the file, which to I a department M. Evans superintendent.Preaching 3! ,
Tlie Man
Homo Bakery of work In Itself. services 11 a. m., andl7:30 '

rjU. J. W. SIMPSON, Should we Inspect the material room p. m, saying the right thing )

'Takes this opportunity to thank of n knife manufactory we should find Boys League 1.30 p.m. "'

the good people of this city for UKNT1HT.: henry Iron presses which stamp oat Junior League 2 p. m. I at the right time :

'their and would from sheets of brass or Iron the metal Senior League Wed. 7:30 p. m. ,
liberal patronage ,
in Katz hull Hur. \
also take this means to say thpt Upstairs I *. 111. I" I:: m scales and lining The bright tips on Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30 p. m. in the right way :;,
OH-KIOK HOURS: ( f. [; ; the end of the knife;caJJe4."bol ten," ,
k our limited facilities for making r I ::30 to !B1i":: I' "" Holy communion eVer let Sunday.You ..' 1
"t goods will( prevent (for awhile) our Telephone No. 7tl .1 I ,.1., .. I Ivr are pressed out of German silver: un- are cordially invited to each ofthese We make a icecialty of planning preparing
tfer another heavy weight which does literature and conducting campaigns for
y general delivery to all parts of the I"JR. W. W. CARSON Its work In one blow. Huge shears cat services. . Land Companies Boards of Trade Municipalities -
city. Quality and variety will be from sheet. of steel used only for this and Individuals.CLENNREAGIN '

maintained always.. Our niV<-| DENTIST purpose long strip that are afterward CHRISTIAN. 1

fe fashioned under a Into aprtngs .
HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS J Office over Cole's Jewelry Store of press Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. 'f
for the back the knife. ADVERTISERS
Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5 Bible School 1 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell
i Also HOT BREAD The rod of steel from which the
: Office phone 168 l superintendent; J. H. Harris assistant
iI blades made \la taken from the
are material -
Residence 23. .
will be ready morning and|af ter- superintendent ,
I room to the forge. Here one end TAMPA FLORIDA
and nice variety of PIES Christian Endeavor
noon* a every Sunday
to put Into a bed of hot coals the bellows
and CAKE-Parties and Wedding evening at 4.30
Y' E. are pumped and the end to soon p. m.

a specialty. red. Prayer meeting and choir practice every -
rf '
: '- Special attention given to the The skilled forger then hammer* the Thursday-Jit 7.30 p. m.

A. SMITH. treatment of Women and j blade Intoshape upon his anvil and ,

Children. so accurate to his eye and so exact his I
hand that the blade does Dot deviate EPISCOPAL.Kev. .
Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184
Nt 1rti .8m08pd a hair's breadth from the little brass David D. Kidd rector. Ideal FertilizersBest

that to before him and to
- - -- - ---- Services every second and fourth Sun-

r. A. vane AONBW W. .' CtAWroBD which each blade mast correspond exactly. day at 11 MO a. m. .

fc W. C. BASS VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD Communion 2nd Sunday at morning .
The blade to cert: dipped In water
r services. ,
Wholesale and Retail ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW and become a* hard and brittle a*
-. > But the rough. It.. Guild meeting every first Tuesday.
gtaas. edges are
; Dealer ir. To gain a place on our regular list a formula must not only pro
Olllr.: H+ro.Al CMtlzpnn nan' llnllillniKissitnmee nearly uniform in thickness and Is a ---- --- -
duce results, but results with a PROFIT. The user of fertilizer
Florida.. light ,gray In color. Subdivisions Wanted.We Considers the effect on his pocketbookthe l REAL result. h'
:' Fresh Beef Pork and - - - Aitnln the forger's skill to brought want subdivisions suitable for IDEAL FERTILIZER. !: produces the right effect, for it works .
I. I. Anna 1/. 0. 0"10" Into play In the tempering.\ Layingthe with Nature. The-preference of each class of vegetation for Its '
town lots anywhere in the United
tiludes on a copper plate over the States. What have ydu T source of plant food is carefully studied as well as the proper proportions (
< \ Mutton MOON & GEIGER fire he watches them as they change BLANCHARD FRANTZ REALTY got Co. to give perfect balami --no lack no waste.

their hue with the degree of beat. first 39tf Huntington W. }Va. With proper application of proper food vegetation outgrows;
:' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW diseases and insets to a great extent' anti being strong and viKoroUB.produef' ,
PHONE. 44. to straw color then to darker straw fruit that is pleasing to the eye and palate and brings ,
j P Office State Bank Building and now to the dark purple which denotes financial returns to the Y)
1S I . Florida Maps.. pleasing grower.
--. -- Kiflaimmee; Florida that the proper degree of beat Do not lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly balancedplantfood \
i' San been obtained. They are plunged Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley from improper sources. IDEAL stands for PROFIT.

Into .-..ld water fast they reach. Gazette office pocket map. of Florida Call local
G F. KRIBBS as aa on our agent '!
FlemingCLEANING will be mailed to any address in the

:,;f :Sprigg ATTORNEY- .AT'LAW KISSIMMEE FLA. this If the point blade were allowed to remain maps United of States.Osceola We county can at also 91 each furnish' and WATERS & CARSON UROCERV CO. I

'\ longer over the fire the steel would will be glad estimate on sectional maps or address
.\ Examination!: of Titles a Specialy. change to a light blue and become *o of any kind. r

,, PRESSING Notification and payment of taxes of soft that the blades Maid 'be beat --. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer CO.J.. ;u..

*' ''DYEING, ..non-resident given! careful easily This to perhaps the most 1m-1'
,- attention. ..... Old newspapers for sale at,this office : ;
: portant In the manufacture.'The
; : process
REPAIRING . ....... :
,,1,1 .
at 20 cent 100.
-w-: per II
blade ,are taken next to the '
ROBERT,.O. JOHNSTONATTORNEY grinding room. The grinder most Abo'' . ',",
:; f' X sjV* word at my house and clothe. : depend,.apon the-accuracy of his ere .. ... ' : H 'H ,:
? '*' I : : . .
'Will. be called lor and returned. \
and the training of his band for a* be F.
rag I AT LAWKI88IMBEB presses the blade on the rapidly revolving I NEW BOAT'"KISSIMMEE" ..

k, ; .Satisfaction Guarantee! atone turning it on both aide I /

FLORIDA and grinding all Ita edgea be prae-' .. .
ay kir '--- .. tl all, 0nlsh though afterward in I ,
tOUIS O. ASHKY T.-FICTOM WARLOW the cutler's room, a blgber Ontoh to I -will leavnISSIMHEE -; Princess Mattress -

; :;) Florid late Couiwel K. K. Comm.'for Criminal Judge of Court the given It. {l PARKDaily ,
t i % BULLOCK \ From the "wheel room" the blade ,

MASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS go to the cutler's room where they except Sunday 11 a. m. The Princess Sanitary Felt is'a .
find the other part of the. knife and
and 5 p. ra. Sundavslt:8O": a. m.
_ \' r REAL ESTATE: AND COUNSELLOSAT where all the part are ,put together. ,, and 3 p m sleep-producing mattress where you get
LAW Bach workman here Is at work Leave Ktssimmee
upon except
I . .. daily
1: it, .w. a.
"1 ,Pmctle.ln all the Courts of th. Btat and of a particular lot of knives, all of onpattern. Sunday 9:30: a. m. and 3:15: p. m. money's worth. Made by
;j v'1 iN-j; URANCE the United State.. also. bcfor. th. Florida EjUl- 8. your expert
rod Commbaton. and u.. IntcnUitc Cocmnerao Upon his work bench_artt.the Sundays a. m. and 2 p. m.
+---- <.
Commla ort. of the knives, workmen the
various parts preparedby ArrmiurwMntji for Moonlight Exeuraion. can in most approved and
; 11-H CHAauESTON BI.DO. ORLANDO.FLA.S4 ........ ,
:J Examination of Titles .a lrrW. other hand*-the center scales that b* at any ttnw on ahort Ice.
aeparate the blades the outer bra** durable in
:39 casts Doaad Trip to style, a
scales of Using, with the German silver
d Specialty. }1> HIS9IMMBB! PAItK fltf
( 't, ..., bolster, which have been secured /, M. DAVIS.Captain Paon inC. large, well lighted
'/ S. to the ends by a heavy drop hammer;
\f C.rr..* ondence. Solicited. HARWELL I.
y", ::1.-\. ESTATE the wood. Ivory or pearl scales tne p . sanitary factory. In
REAL spring and the wire rivets. .
,' I' Each brass lining, with. Its covering, .*' i TF.1.r .,.., Hi rFEIFFU. a..g.ra. demand in hospitals.
Notary'Public at Large to put In-a rise and holes are drilled'1TrMt.CONSTRUCTION.
"i 1':{ lORIDA'REAL' [STATE fOR SAiEBeautiful Oflice-In Beaman'Building In it for the rivets. A brass wire to itJSSIMMEE sanitariums and

'. : thrust through the middle of the handle
\ i, winter home sites situated KISSUMKE. FLA toward the back. This secures the hotels or wherever

.: Ili the Lake Region oj Florida. spring and It to then broken off witlaDippeR >r>WLx :.

'Wf }fruclclng and Farming Land. In targrAT r I and headed down with a ham COMPANY, --- '.W Ag bedding of quality isrequired.

1'"X27\ 'small' tracu.g . mer. This holds the scales and prlnCLAnother MAaerAcruaaOP ALL KlNDB or FLA!
C. W. Griffin rivet through the bolster secures '
tCITY. PROPERTY A SPECIALTY Cement, Granite pad Marble .
r one blade or two blades If the:

SK'i 'ijLXmt'your property with me for quick ANCY knife baa more than one blade hang MONUMENTAL WORK The Princess is made of carefully

,.. ,
aJ4... at each end.
:: '': 'Crocerias'ANo The several parts are now put together. sanitized material woven into layers of ..,;.

fJ"Hl( Breaker & Co. FFAMILY I .The out process Is "barun.or ." Mace,|: Plans and Specifications

,. !tw e; v + -- flnlKblng the covers of the handle. and Contract kinds of for. all, elastic felt which will never lump, pack down or 1J;
)".., "+fhoitl7o KISSiM!tKB PLA't which !to done'on a leather wheel coat' '
.. < become ,hard. It weighs 50 pounds and be
-- FRESH MEATS ed with glue and emery.: Tb. rough .CONCRETE,' BRICK may

,t .'.. .'j . . edges are rounded and smoothed ana ,.aid WOOD. BUILDINGS plain stripe, I fancy or art ticking, tufted or
f t bf'Dbe knives are carefully examined : y.OlSe. .
Z ": ::ULiTST H.OE2 perfection style.
ry 'vti> see If the cutler has done hto .and Worlul

t I': /'Ri8Si371Tl: : : ee'fs Dellyery Every Day at Any Hour work properly. Sproull Ave. and I Midland' .* Ry. The most cartful attention to detail is bestowed

y- ""Well :ariUorI \ Patronage SoUe ted *; If the spring works easily and the KISSIMMEE ' FLORIDA '
t; .
;,t \o; l; ." blades close without striking the{ on this mattress. 'Sold on a strict guarantee: Try

k, iig pttipir d'to tlilll ----S- North,KisVlmmee! Phone No. knives are sent to the blade polisher. .; it 60 nights and if not entirely satisfied
'' '-L.-L---- -' .__ _ On .a. wooden wheel covered with '
) if. f" ;ARTESU' WELLS :; 'q... -- flue leather the Ordinary bladep are dealer will refund your money. .

i: "'rt('rq! f; ,. "'.1i....any aet\ion.ot il7\\rJd:4 JENKINS. & WOODIIAM. "given'a Finer grades polish of called knives a -glaze-flnish.1 are given acrocus' LIQ_ BUZDflU p Best $10 Mattress Possible to Produce.If .

.t, ', . '" Il J" :. OafsDmirrorlike: nrtace-+ lie, Ot 7OU.....a_de ___ ... ... ,VGbelstbl ;
,1' 1ti N 'j !i. f. 1 a:Tics. on '.. leather wheel'! which revolves) : i ex...._ .. _-k/egg..sks 5ii.. h. 'ljlf"
!'.L.!fez' "\.1... jetiisot .aeee..fu1.Wel '7 : tl very slowly.. In order that the blade) I 1.Re 1. ......7 Fell ---. Frio.1754 ; ,II

rY-> r" \ Drilling I* a Guarantee of my 1 o.j. -,: ibal,pot hecoba.heated.and loaethetatemper. , dealer can't :i.
j. your "supe1t. 'OU' write us. .
IAbUity-' produce the best-- 1.< t4 s sj )
0 and
.. r: ". '....ulta. .j.'. .. ',., ... ."i.. .f.t, ,. 'The !knives ars njrw' taken to anotherroom I- ; Samples of ticking c eerIUlly sent request ..t"t'
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,.r ( ;,' "( \ "' .. I / Drafting ratting edge*'an -set"', Thus done r- *I "1rst'Atc << '''',0'. "

TWO; AH .!'FOUR> 'NOtt, the blade ir* closed and the .**buJPIng .. 1 ,GHOLSTiNCUNNINGHAMSPRING; >'I'
t wheel" aDa1 polish the y.;. .. );" '
a, { WELLSSPECIALTY" give the, to \ _' ..rK.iSS .- ''" "
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The InoldW TTiait Won Tom CO Win's ; f
.1 I .'t.\ First: Flflht lror CenoresaVTien ,
F.OR' SALE "\ I laW the ell palntin* of Tom -. : J yf

. ,. Corwta: 1i.'the,treasury.said anOhl6 Tl at'i'! What You'M.v,Do U;:Yoj.tak. PiSTINcTIQN, : IN. JD>RES$

man "I could not but recall tie storytold "Calomel ,
In Corwln's old,home of Lebanonof cine uFora a $
',', of Mercury.If Character ]**"ithe, nian'w'bo wears .
i. bow be won his, first election to .... ., .
A fine location for. a'"manufacturing, p1'an ;, olipventient. to;central congress'" He'was a young man and "jroX8druggist: for blchlorideof. Jl'
r f of not excewding-threa blocks] noted orator," but be' i : ," ;in.-i es-" ;; I
v part town \ from the postoffice; ,border already aa aa mercury be will give It to you in a Garments '
Injf on.the railroad where... a switch covUd be secured with little bad hard district and little encour
M I I. ; ; a : red, ,label !>bottle marked FOIS&K., ,Calomel : .. _.x -,- "
r expenae'This!; proposition ia heap $1000 Worthy of Investigation;, agement"for election, n. was making U also a chloride'of"' f .
mercury !
> his tour of the eoant'lel.aDd.. bight No Two, Alike ,.G' ,
'A '-I We also have a 6-roomed house, .modern and 60 'feet of ground, topped at tbe'donble cabin ef a farm your doctor will'tell'you' ,.and aa every '

,!1 ,: ''convenient to central,part'ot town; leased for two years,'paying,better erknown to bra-very i'errent'.adr*; body knows, mercury Is poison.'. '" : : i J;,' 'a" a, wt

than 8 percent on$2500., Will sell for (2000 on favorable terms. cate of political policies of th. oppoItloo. 'When, ')'Ou think you n.ed. dove of ii S.U TC :plain' tailored skirts:psnel.frontandback'with W : i ,
.; Col win talked, politics caret1Ul' d.romel.'instead' whipping your liver
We also have the old and:his IOU with the' : the popular' allghdy-raised waistline that can i>'." .
a splendid corner; 8 blocks from the Court house; \ .with maD up mercury it contains; go to '
"c"" 76x150 feet. 5 rooms 2 porches, a dozen or'more fine bearing orange before'be4ttme.1 but had little hope of. the! KiMimmee Drug'Co. bid pay fifty cbanged'to'to the normal line desired. The coat are 29inches '

trees nice ornamental shrubbery, good neighborhood. Can be rented winning 'a. single vote la the house 'cents for a bottle of Dodson's Liver- S long, some with'aallor collars trimmed with braid or Inlaid with .f J

et'y. to pay 10 per cent on $1800. $1200 gets it. Term. If desired, bole, Id1he morning the old man Ton.,.a pure vegetable liquid( that starts satin, others with the regulation coat,collar, plaid or'velvet! 'inlaid.:

took Corwln outside.,and announced The satin linings guaranteed to wear two .
the liver sire years.
to action ,
...I.. We also have fine'cement cottage with bathroom, large_pbrch, that 'every voter In the family would omel..doa. just, as surely as ca!- .... ....
r 'W good neighborhoM/beautifuI view of the kWe want to show be tor :hUbfon" 'election day. THIS perfectlymild -and I 'LONG are always' 1n demand- nd this Beacon btack ohes""are. -
astonished and delighted Gorwln. who ,harmless, with no bad afte -:.ftct./ No much In
:you this property and introduce you to the, owner who will sell to you favor though many light ones ? 1\
' .at a bargain price and on"favorable terms,of payment. could not help but ask why the trodden restriction! of habit or diet isliecessaryi; COATS will be worn. The long straight lines and s mi- .. '
I 'y.I 'y. change of h art Dodson's Liver-Tone give such per fitting backs are becoming -figures.! All I.' i

We have a fine little trucking farm of It acre. with flowing well, The old man told how'the opposition fect satisfaction In caring constipationand c coats are lineS throughout with guaranteed satin with sailor or t k

all sub-irrigated with tiling very'fine soil convenient to high school l. candidate bad \stopped at his house torpid liver that the Kissimraee shawl collars braid-, satin- or velvet-trimmed. Th. mixtures come $

i near the center of town at a' price that one years crops should pay. I one night the Week "beforeand how prug Co. will give the money pack to in a variety of choice designs In grays and 'tans, 'closing with

for. Let us show' yon: this property. I 'To their .
candidate go to bed.
find it $ $
a perfect substitute for calomel.
We have 2 or 8 tracts of land that we would be glad to let some actually put on a nightgown: like '

one move onto ahd' propogate orange grove. oh a proposition to divide those worn by a woman.This disgusted :'
.', the give in 5/ years. ,the ragged old pioneer. Then 'TZS"Pittsburgh
Corwln' was told bow the old farmer .KA.: t .
We have some of the finest tracts of land in lark Garden for and his wife had watched him 11'0 to .
Y farming and trucking that can be found in Florida.. Rich fertile soil, bed and as he bad not bothered abouta - .
Are %:SN1+NMN--M.N+1VV. NNVI MN1N1"' W lIW
try determined he was not lookingfor "
fine wells nightie
'f flowing on most favorable terms of payment. Family can you .

;, make a good living on 6 acres of this land. Price $100 per acre. taken to frills. Corwln could see the

When you have excellent soil and can furnish the water at any time humor of the Incident, and In every a home ? ----- .4 .. ku
succeeding speech be told that nightshirt
no question about success. -
story on the other' candidate,
-We have! 10 acres of land well located convenient to school and- holding him up to scorn. The result See if these suit you '
for CorWin and he
church 1} miles to railroad station. About i of the land in bearing was a victory "
owed it all to that story of a shirt. -
grove balance on excellent land cleared and ready for business. 4-room cottage pantry Porches. fine well
Washlngt6n Post. chicken yard, 10 or 12 orange and grapefruittreee. ,.'
i Price $1500 favorable terms of payment. ehade and shrubbery atdowalk. Nearto 'y
iI r court houae. $1500. w

We have 231 acres o1( land joining the city limits can drive right CORE OF THE EARTH. 6-ronrn hou.... lot 60x175. plenty of fruit. A ( Aat1t" F
r off the'hard road onto the land. Aoout 225 bearing orange trees Japanese barcaln. IKXHI.5room .

r a persimmons and other fruits. Fine shade ia the yard 6-room- I It May Be a M... of Steel Some 6. 80 cottage. lot l"6xK< IinOO.7room ,

; ed house 2 barns chicken house, etc. Owned by a Pittsburg party. Miles Diameter. i
6 Various conjectures bate been made hcniM on Main St. lot 7.1x200. $1200. t
r Price $4250. ; aa
from time to time by geologists aa to 8-room cottage, near In, furnished. 2100. I

We also have 42 acres of land located 3i. miles from town, fronting the possible condition of the center of 7-roorn house, lot 300x810. Ire nearing orange '

on the lake 6-roomed house stables 3 flowing wejls)] about 7 the earth. One of the most popular tree. a0 acre of sweet pota_. ..11i1O.I I

acres of grove half in bearing. Splendid property owned by a Vir- Impressions seems to be that theearth's I<.r-oom house near In, lot IWxlSS. {.'&IO.6room ..I '
Is a flaming
center, or core. rIII
ginia gentleman. Price tSOOO) terms if desired.
.t .. .
furnace. At a meeting of .the Sets- bungalow lot lHOjtJ.'iO. f l&X)

We have a fine colonization tract convenient to town. A high Biological .u.oclatlon at The Hague 7-raofn houae. lot 139xW: : '12 O. lu'I

grade colonisation proposition containing about 1,000 acres Write professor Welchert asserted that his S-room cottage, nnfinlahed. 8 Iota /Tx188.juat I ] t
us for particulars. studies of the varying velocity of the thing for a bet-inner. $100. ed
earthquake tremors passing through -J' "
0-room cottar. celled porch, deep Well.
I the Interior of the globe have led him 10 grape fruit trees S bearing orange tree.. 1 J
to the conclusion that the earth consists bearing pear tree. 10 peach tree. The ideal
champ hume. LotT&xl<5. Only $900.: PcrJFcct' ,
4 of a central core of Iron or steel : ." ; -, .
NELSON REALTY COMPANY about 5,590 miles In diameter, sur- One very fine fruit farm SO acre: 2 mllea. I T l
from court bouae. f>11 bearing orange treea, Wire is best all-througli.
rounded with a stony shell 03O( miles perafmmoaa. _.... plu...... peachea, black Fencing
( KISSIMMEE FLORIDA In thickness Between the outer solid berries, and grape arbor. ft-room
houae and= Some timber. Famrfenced The wire is drawn from a special quality of opens
rind and the Inner 'layer of rock coverfog and cross fenced. Aak about It
hearth material- pliable long lived
the metallic core, he thinks there tough, strong ; ,
la a layer of liquid or plastic material. 'Farm from 'ID: an acre: up. WIRE like old-time iron wire. It isthe_ _finest fencing ,

"f'" lying a little leas than twenty: miles Vacant lot from Ibis up.felite :wire possible to manufacture. ,4CalvanizinK

below the surface of the earth. Heavily'galvanized' by our own'new'and'perfea'Perfect : ':

Men sometimes dream of enormous process*** the" wire b. poa moisture-prooti, ". .
wealth' stored deep In the earth beowthe Realty Parlor The fact that '11'1! 'e'9..>( t tft

CONFEDERATE reach of miners but experts now Al I Stay Wires and Line Wire are Eke I 'i rically WeIded' \, '

VETERANS aver that these Is. little or no ground Mr. MARY". BUMMERS. Manager it """ntc.n.o. -. ,-.. i t
to believe. that any valuable metaU.cdeposits Lake View Cottage Ku.imm'ee Fi.The not only. ehnunateahe: .. wesVeoing and ,. -r' let
the earth's le
In .
lie very .deep rnoisturegathering'x rapa.clamps .O;.' "">
crust regardless of Profeasor Weichert' t 'and ties but practically tranaformal.l ,

beliefs to the contrary. Such ''the fence into onf piece.of perfoTi. _- 1 a't,

REUNIONORLANDO deposits, It Is said 'are' made by under 'ated ateeLf -, ., TT T. : r -'Ne\
/ pie plH ** ? *" *' ga*aaaW I><" n i*li 1*aaaaaaaaa.aalpB aa..aW
: '"'* '
and owing to '
ground'waters pres .
the rocks at greaj depth 'the ,KoWaitt.Wirt: There ii"no waste wire makeuaeleas weighTi. ,
anrj'pn ; instead heaviet wire (is used 'and all the..weIK '
'watere confined' shell near the .

FTa.I"L OCT. 25th-26th 'surface.become are With too few lean exceptions a to repay ore workIng deposits - | florlda (Grower (tf.w.ii.WeIIt! is line/ence.wires'; the Suy...vriresbeing' -:6f.ther eJne"'size. ate ',

below 8.000 feet. Nine mines In trurkeraandtinitarowbra. For :('Pitt burapiKi" Fg U tLVStronge'triTtlie i W iQ t -
ten, taking the world as a whole are I.t'or' who want to know about Fin 'toe '
,73 Style and aizea adapted : FlELPl"YARM.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE In the second thousand feet Weekly sleeper wear; month- purpose=
poorer ,. 25c. Bend lib for a leo issue trial RANCH POULTRY.!) '
than In the first thousand and poorer .aubicrlptloo., Snappy Bright, Oun.I II LAWN _...
.. >EV R aODG\1ARArJ:: R 8 T' i, .... t
eaaaaaaaa.a.a.a.a.a. S>,.BBBeBBBw i / yet In the third thousand than in the THE FLORIDA GROWER !

We sell round trip tickcti at the rate of one cent second.:"'New York World. iOO Florida A"....', Tarps, Pta I ,

S .' per mile traveled, plus 25 cents. Tickets sold T*> Step Hloeougha. W. B. Makinson Co.Kissunrnee .. .

Oct. 23d to 25th inclotive. Limit October 28th. Simple cases of hiccough are often
relieved by such measures as sucking "
Ice or taking salt and vinegar says the Florida'j .
For Intormation and tickets call on nearestA. '
New York Medical JournaL Pulling -: 1
C. L. Ticket '
Agent, or the tongue forward and holding it for .,
Y. R. BEAZLEY, J. G. KIRKLAND .. I'a'', .'
some time la an effective procedure THE PARK "" .
Traveling Passenger Agent Div. Passenger Agent Sometime obstinate hiccough is relieved "
,Tampa, Fla.'George. when the patient Is strong by J (
.. 1f.
baring him bang with the arms extended

and grasping some, beam or 10-ACREi BARGAIN''

% a N. Saunders pole so that his feet do not touch :g: 0 TEL:: : r :'. ,
the floor. With aU the abdominal ''

BOAT muscles tense nave him bold his Land bordering on town limit, few coti niter walk id center t' if
breath as lone ** possible. Sneering ROSE Proprietor of Klssimmee. On hard road on which trolley line ia being1- 1; ,
Is very''' efficient In certain cases, sinceIt built. All cleared half fenced. For fruit truck or poul ,
Agent for! "Ferro"a .. _tt mm ItsallM,. rot. EIIM.Msr--. being sudden''expiratory act.Oun. One West farm on other side. Could he divided in building &iota and, 4

fi w.dii wriatYahas.otineaaa KISSIMMEE FLORIDA .. big money/ nade. It sold at once $1600. Address, C. H,," !
ol Depot .r
t- R., Valley Gazette Office. -:;
M I_ .
Near i Horn Head. County Donegal, ,.. ::4
ROLLINS reland. there is a bole In the rocks RATES $1.00 A DAY OR f6.00 i

COLLEGE, Winter Park called ''M $wt e1'.., gun It is on the A. WEEK FOR ROOM .. .... ;

cou.naz"AND!: MQBT BEACTlrOL seacoast'itnd tt said ''to nave connection J
,, is.
with a cavern. When the north .
College, Acedewy, Mn.ic:, Exprecaleii Flee cI ,II'J
Art, Do wind blows end ,tne sea Is ,a) bait .- neatio end adttatrlal Art, Bnslaesa, normal' ConraeTweWe Good the wind and the waves enter ;

r I beadle. four dormatorlea. afparale rooma,steam heat electrle llxkla. the cavern and send up jets of water ,
firvprotcotloD, one.pmnadnm..o malf rla, euarterpiillon dollar endowment .
c I Four teaohen of mualc. taoou oraan. a dozen piano, two alee clubs cho.....el... from the "CaDto a height of more
BoDtrb new room for BQalneea.. School run banking equipment,BII rO"lJb.add I.*. than 100 feec The Jets of water ere
,JIIIDChlDe,type-writer*, two Initmntora naxljear.
New chemical and h/tlca laboratorlaa, equipped with every modern devloe an- accompanied tar'explosions'which maybeheard
.I" of.0\'", ferttllaera food., water; preparation for engineering coo,.... ; for tnOee.Mere -
Lajtea, bo..I... swimming golf ta....., foot ball, baaket ball; lour eotueenttv line Butler1 1
thp p.
M1 ytari'Vhamplon* ol Btate In bust.fhChristian
but updenominattonalezpeni; p moderate; acbolarahlpa avallabla. .. Werry. k ( ?
70Gmlousaddre.s WM. P. BLACKMAN. Ph. D. LL. D., PreaMeait.
rut 1 didn't know you admired that of- 4J'r

, r ocial-"l.dont" replied tbe political man'a BARBER SHOP
.... ,
Then why do yon insist on crediting; r

:L. EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES ,.Mm with&: presidential boomrJVerelj.tolimakeJJls.Ufe -, ;Cold Drinks & Clears +;

harder by I IJ.
i ,. I
Y ) giving; him eentetblnc more to'.worry KQsIamU, Fla'P

= abont.'VJDxehang'ev,
+ i<. ---- BY SAVING MONEY --- r. a.
1M rkMai
4 \ ;Do you want to be successful Start saving now; Pqtyonr money In, -;: dl' 1

4yd ''OI f.tZBNS: BANK :'OF :KISSIMMEE' : VfA.......IlIaD" said. should Ce'1JI'IK'IeD179'ItII.think' ,before 'h. :P; :' W: -. TNo'IPSO'N '0. ,

,." !f'1'"'...- replied trnetln Bta*..,.MAn4 beehool .. tt ....

,/ "'t. ,. .... ..:.... ,L' '. '' d J thin***m 1 berder*.before;;be .\,:, '
'1 .. *We have more Savings Accounts'. than any other Bank In '' '[writ** Us name';on..tne"beck:of ear : FUKERAL DIRECTOR .
; !lOsceola County. - ,,totdocumenL'Rublartoaliar!
{ ', >,
""l \ : A.'Savings'Bank i loaned FREE. 'If yon haven't procured ,, i :.1 and I ge tlL.
$\: one,do pat once. nr .[11.: .w. ... .;.;doer.wTo= '.* xLICENSED ElI sAWIER '
\ "i:: ;' ''''''''t M 4 01.'... man who .r tisalst W 1Q, WHIDDENC0

Uf l5a4 J:.GOIinOalr' )RuzNllit" ......r"I _1N'.J)(.r.-iL"" 7VtiT; +Pk 1 i .fell''eoa..l..'l-*;'rich -man> 'with tanCharity Opposite Courthouse .1 .. M. ;. ::
,, ,, .1_ .1 ;.1..'" '15..11'2 .. :/1 ., .. # '' f
1/c and a ipoor manwith his taborareTperIect7nn1aances ">. -1' ..... ,. ..ll.... -. . ..._ ....<.L.--" ,....IifmiH> ,t' .....r't":

i sfc ryT'-rri"- : ." , ; .. ,. / ,IOC aTcummoo. > K zaiiiMJi1 y". :r a 'Jt'Fr1Iam4: ,. .. '.. ..,.-e 4,. ". ''jrf ./ ;' ":rJII..... . !: +#

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Advertising quietly andl Jwithput' Cape Breeze: ''on .;the" Shore of Lake TohopekaligaWe : .. :. .. a ,.',.". .

"f 'i bluffs that we are 2. .. .. . 6Oxl86 .......... ,400 ,
' .runlnlrany, .' 3... ....., 6bx185 . ... .. 400.
fr* improving. lake front, of our 1/c-/ tryr ,. 4 .' H'" 6Oxl85 "t.'.., .. .400,

!tt,, .. 1, : r. ... .... ..' 6Oxl85..t .. 400 i
a = -. ...... '+Q : +, . ;. . -!'. _ 8. ... .1.. .5Oxl86 ........... 400
t : = 1. ., ..... 6Ox185 ......,.T 400
y'A' around coax- t t'"" ii I : .8 ....". 60x186" ,.;:,.:. 400 aY
ere not flying + .9. . . .. .
b' ., ..' 95xl815..f' .., .1500
{ to' buy"a lot,' because: D '- .' ', to : SOLD

4'J. .. we know that when our improve i All a. -/. 11..100xll0. ........ &o' +,

v, .' manta,Are'finished the, demand .. '.o +PL..t.1 ". i 12 .r . . l00xll0. .....1'( 650

t r will be greater than the aupply. eAr ,, . . 14 100x110 760
.' I ;---- : .15.l00xl10 . . .'J'J18.

/ .. . ..,... l00xll0 .. .'.. . 7 O'y .
: ) .. .. . . 110 .. .... . ?
y, r'w ,. Threarea'lotofmelllnKlse ' . 118 .. ..... l00xl10 . ...... ..760.Immeepre.uma
+iM wiser I th an' ; !It 6 19 SOL Dwearewho.we'arthatourplans

20 . . . . 75xl50 . .. .. 600''

i '" :. impracticable. , .. e g. . . . . S l ?' . . . . bOb ,

x- = y- ., d.a se 4"' 23 . . . . 75xlS.: . ..... 600
-# -r--- ,6irowArrv'T -.- .. ,24. . . . .'15xl50 . .. . 600.
Meanwhile we are going along .f 25 .. . . 75xl50 . .. . .. 1100"r
,' doing our work and accomplishing 2 + ,.J 2R SOL D. r

,Y1 the one thing that can make Ar .... rwI.. 27 . . . ... 75x150. . ... . 600
,"' than t. O /1.neo7h'iV .V w ysrine' . . . . 75x150. . h 500
: our town something more a Q a":X Z hye0o :, Hn.1 Or.MIaI ? ? ... . ,. '. 29YS . . .. . 75xl50. . . . 660

!' pine-wood settlement a : Ifsmeit,, p l ..L''tt 80 . . . . 75x150. . . . 600
"' __ Q t\ A>.. 31 . . . . 75xl50 . . . '600
Li. r """," ,. e'l 1"I, I 32 . . . 75150.: . . . 600
t During the present week M"- 33 . . . . 76xl50. . . . 600

E. L. Lesley showed his appreciat I. 84 . . . .. 75xl50. . . 600
y and his confidence 35 . .. . . 75x150. . . . .650
.r ton of our efforts ::;;. ... 36 . 75xl50. '.' . . '100

4q in CapeBreete by purchasing t P 2j 37 . . . . 75xl50. . . . 700
; ";. 4% 4 lots 10, 50, 61, 64, 65, 68, 70. Z s j 1/ jj 38 . . . . 75xl50. . . 700

... f 2 r 89 . . . . 75xl50. . . . 700 t
,' 40. SOL DIn
f 24 U . . . . 75x150. . . . 600
the same time Mr. A. G. .,.. 4 27 42 . . . 75xl50. . . . 660
3y Hamilton has bought lot No. 21- 4j rt 43 SOL D

;k, making 17 lots already sold. = 2? 44 SOL D
ac / R 'fir 45 . . . 6Ox16O. . . . 666

\ J 46 . . . . 6OxI6O. . . . 650
v, 47 . . . . .6OxI6O. . . . 860
Our barge is built and ready to "ar r Ja 48 .OLD

receive the dredge which is ex NAO LANs! t: 49 SOLD Y
tE '
J peeled any day. c1, LW* Ar Jv > 61 SOD

v .aj __ rla sr $4 at .ni Z n "" 52 . . . . 75xl65. " 600

t j This dredge will deposit 180 11 53 . . . . 75x165. . . . 600
+ M . . . 75xl65. . . . 600 r
i, cubic yards of earth per hour 2 J,0 55 . . . . 75x165 . . .
and will till Cape Breeze to the PLAN CAPE .BREEZE I1 a .... m tihr 66. . 92xl65. . . . 800 ae
pt La cz a eo -p n s7 . . . .
desired level in two months or .r-- --, < w 57 125xl65. 800

1''' % less. and ,central, l jior-t ..ofHISSIMMEE' jT r ,1' ur o 68 . . 75xl65 . . 660R
r 59 . . 75xl65
_ _' FLORIDA NE9E LANE 60 75xl65 . .
/i .
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61 75xl65' ._
% We do not wish to impress you k'owin9lototiun-of, u, ,.neipel building 0 i yz 98 1 62 . . 75xl65 ) 660 "'

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with of 63 75xl65 660

r L, ', i''' wisdom any within suggestion! ourselves but great it for. fa\",' olcy J ... Li1{ 3' :: gLD

')/does seem to us that anyone L CI..AM( ..;MQ' ONOUGH, OwNeRe. K \4 66. . . . xli5. . . .900

wanting one of these lots would 1 47 As. 67 . 4i . . . 800k
4. take advantage of the present A bcaltLulloKefront- erlmprwfn SITe:. 17 7f 68 >
j lowest evil h J 69/ ;,
and get them at prices. e"-i j t 61 dz / '
/r i/ -- ,
II ( 7r SOLD

.. 7f :"'/ 72 . 140xlSO . . . . 1100( ".
'e 73 . . BOxl8Q . . . . 900
'e ; t1 Co / V?". 74..BOx1SO . . 900

LUDLAM Q .:... 7S . . . . BOxlSO 900
S "' /" 76. . . tOOxlSO . 1200
F- &. .e o\J\ ." 77 , . . 80xl80. . 8 O

'' ;r ": ........ t. }., Ml: 18 . .. . Bnx180 . . 800
M DONOUGI3 r'l. 0- 79. 95xlSO . . . 1100 ',
( = I-" ( / 80 . . 95xI75. . . 1000 ;
4 -O'VNEnS y toy MIJ 7"0
'.c ._ -...;: 1 R2 . . . 9OxlS2 . 1000
ROOM II TAT. HANK nl1JLDll'tO "':/ 63 . . . . lOOx110 . . 650I

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FOR SALE-City lot 70x93.'two blocks FOR SALE-A FARM- MISCELLANEOUS

: I from postoffice. Address, Box 126, 254 acres in all. I FOR ItE.NT'"I,,
_ : Classified Advertisements Kissimmee. Fla. 36tf "
r 40 acres-in cultivation. s WADE the tuner. Jrlanrto. DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Til-' "
350 trees; about 200 ,
orange bearing ier
FOR SALE OR TRADE-For land five I
.. .
Onelara-e barn. /, sweetest thing but for
passenger automobiles in good condi One 8-rbom: houses your glrl-'uller Greeme Candy- TO LET-Desk roomtin a nice large of
tion. .
',' under this head at the rat of 8 Cents: U. F.. Parker.432t, One mule-lot and shed. 1 deep well fresh from.factory. Kiasimmee Drug fires Box 466. 41-tf
I" 5t.1 -. j _._ .. ._.. ..
'" S
:T line each I insertion. : All buildings-tame as Company ,3&tfif --- ""-- -
.. --per. + FOR SALE-We have some real bargains new. ? ---- '
1} Wiles from St. Cloud. ROOMS TO RENT,-Either ails oren '
in small residence properties, FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass
1 mile from railroad station. suite
; suitable for light
; FOR SALE I I FOR SALE.-Windmill and tank, good I! close town. in. Downing to the business Realty Co.part of 42tf sne County road running alongside of prop _n Market.__ __No. 189._ __ ' _19-tf Apply to Mrs. A. A housekeeping. Simpson. --*L

as new. Mrs. C. V. Bearden.. 37 tf ;'| -. ,erty. GET H. N. BUATTON to drive your 8-tf ,I'
__ :. :_ .
__ '
-. 1 FOR About i mile'from lake. artesian wells. 43-tf
( SALE-Cozy four room house with .. _
FOR SALE Buff Or- FOR - - -- -- FOR RENT.-
I. -Thoroughbred SALE- Fifteen acres in orange bath; large lot: plenty\ of fruit and Church on property. Nicely furnished ,
pington eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert 39-tff! and grapefruit trees; five miles from 'II poultry house; 1400. J. H. Halley, I School within 200 yards of house. FOR dressed poultry phone the Rull with or without board with private if
fYS I|I Arcadia and three miles from Noca-i Fraternity building Kissimmee Fla. 1 Will sell for $7,500 cash. _Bass! Market!:! No. 189._ _.19-=tf family, on Church street. Mrs. Kulp. 1
r A A. PAIR of good, gentle work horses tee. W. H. Funk. 41-4tp 41-tf About 8 miles. from Kissimmee. -;- 38 tf :'" .
for sale e Ross Graves. 26-tf I MUTTON fresh, fat aiJ fine, at theRull --
ep. | Address, Henry 1' B.... 44-tf FOR
f _ FOR SALE-Nice new IIve.roollhouae Bass.Market _phorife 189., 19-tf room! , '
p .FOR SALE-Just a few more of those Kissimmee. Fla. city center. Address, Box 126 Kitslmmee / '
t FOR SALE-Or rent a new 5-room I Ieettap. i on large lot, 100x150 feet, fine deep :'
For information call at well, good fence and beautiful lots in Prospect Park. Decidedly - --- -- --- WOOD per strand $1.25; five strands Fla. 86tf
pice _._ _
the lots the FOR SALE-1QO lake (5.75. Kissimmee Lumber
Methodist parsonage. 44-tf I bearing orange trees, located in a''' cheapest in city, acres, front; 7 Co. 29-tf FOR ;
---- -- --- RENT-Some JiKhta:
p x considering locality and quality. acres grove: good dwelling and ten nice rooms for(
; I good part of the '
town overlooking 42tf Downing Co. anthouse $5.000. J. H. Fraternity WRITE US for anything want in houaekeeping. All modern xx> xI
Realty ; Halley, you nven :: '
CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low ] lake. A at.$1250.00.142tf ,
I snap i -- building. CltfFOR the line of Florida real estate. No iences. S. Vi Downing S6-tf,'>
prices. See or write H. Fleming for Downing Realty Co. I _
a i FOR SALE-An ideal home St. Cloud matter what it is, we have it. I - i t"f. .i'
Eli 4 particulars. 40 tf \I i FIVE: city lots on which is located a I II finely furnished with beautiful surroundings SALE-A beautiful ten-acre tract 42tf Downing Realty Co. I FOR unfurnished.RENT-Three room., turnished,'

h F OR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs! I!\I nice new five-room cottage, fide view j ; immediate possession; In Pinedale f just outside the city Jim Breaker. Apply to Mrs. D. M. '
1" terms to suit. Address S. M. Camp PLEASE, do not call at the\ farm for .
male and female. to H. of the lake, cool breezes. This prop- its. Will sell cheap for cash. _. C2.3t.RTO
Apply W.I I IBolee
1 bell, care lock box 98 St. Cloud, Fla. vegetables; will find them on sale
a; erty I. located close to the proposed 42tf Downing Realty Co. LET-New
Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf '" at the stores. S. B. Ault- broom cottage, large']*
41-4tp grocery
electric line, on high level lots. A v comer lot artesian well$12 per" i
s FOR SALE I bargain at $1600. Let us show you FOR SALE man. 42-tf month. J. '
h -Nice, full bearing orange FOR SALE-Nice little four-acre farm -Six-room house, lake H. Halley Fraternitjr
this ,
groves, from one to twenty thousand j property H. M. Breaker& Co. front. Inquire southeast end Park Building. 43U'ALL 'I
81tfFOR all under fence; mostly all cleared WE-Are offering some very desirable . ? dollar. Tell me what you want in.j goodwell St. Joe Elswiek. 40-4tpd resident lots, located three blocks I i i {!
good rough three-room house,
--- the ;
in *.;;tI
this line arid I
will find\ It for you. SALE-Twelve Here orange and etc., only about one mile from. from the Court House, on nice high .> Wilder's Stud photographsat
t Downing.Realty Co. 86-tf. grapefruit grove, about three miles the city limits. A good horse, FOR SALE-40 acres; ; & acres grove, 4 elevation for $200 for inside and $250 work. and Mse our .
'I' from Kissimmee on railroad. Will ness farm wagon and fanning har-I I acres timber, balance cleared; $4,000. for corner lots. Alley in rear of all ,i 40 '
FOR .E-Some flee, round well sea-_ sell at a bargain. Address W. H. sils go( with the place, all for $ J. H. Halle Fraternity building, these lots. Cash, or short time. Let FREE RENT-To party to look ,
4: so ned. cypress fence posts. Delivered Arnold Kissimmee. Fla. 41-tf Act quickly if you want this. Kissimmee Fla. 41-tf us show you these lots. H. M. grove during winter. Mrs. 1
aS Y Anywhere In town. S. W: Downing. 42tf Downing Realty Co. Breaker &: Co. 2dtfPYRENE of the Elite Realty Parlor.

:P I 86-tf. -, FOUR-acre orange .and grapefruit FOR SALE OR TRADE-Cable pianoin i aft.t'I'
: !': grove with 250 bearing trees, WE-Have listed some of the desirable good condition. Will sell outrightor fire extinguisher for gasoline 'i KING Quality shoes for men at i ,
; ;,*. FOR HONEST and square deals in all five muck I the fires. Get one for launch < Store.
I > acres and. ten acres pine property on market both accept good milk: cow in part pay your auto '
i.' /' kinds of real estate call on or write land in cultivation, thirty and one- I city and county, which we offer at ment. Address R. F, Bosses City. i I or garage1 and be safe. Sold by Geo. 'j I, '
k ;:,y..: .a W. H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf half acres unimproved land, fiveroombox I the lowest prices to be obtain 40-itpd N. Saunders, agent. Kissimmee. 87 i SEE King Quality shoes before buying J- y

; o )s, --- house good barn and welL The I There is no padding of prices by us, I I Cash Store. 1-tf t '
i fft v ,' BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting improved land .under\ good fence. every piece of property sold at exact: FOR SALE.-Horse, wagon, new set TWO very desirable resident lots in i I .,. i'{ I
I f t j .' of'a half block, located In the beat ,t This property on the north aide of price placed on i it by the owner. of harness Price $175.. Herbert Carson addition, each 60x164 fset. FOUND-An open faced gold watdu.;'1\' I l
& 1 neighborhood in the city. Will aell'only 'i East Lake, four miles.from Narcooa'see. I Write us your requirements' we 8ph=r. 37 tf There are 16 bearing orange trees on Owner can have same- by calling at

"..... f; r to party who it to; '' '. nine miles from Kissimmee. I will do our best to please you, by - I- 1 these lots, under good new fence, this office, proving property and payIng -; 44
Y"1' b' i correspond>> with surroundIng prop-i)I Price $ .509t $2.600 cash, balance one showing< just the kind of property you FOR SALE-FIve ,passenger touring located close to the lake. $350 cash for this notice. '44-tf.;,,'
wt a rty. Full particulars and price to year. H, M.. Breaker &; Co. 'd-sire.. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf ear, or will exchange for land. G. F. takes the two. See H. M. Breaker {"

c '1 interested party. H. M. Breaker -,- - ... }'srker. 86-tf. t & Co._ ____ __ 81-tf LOST-Strayed or stolen. Y4arIlJl

'I .I', \ A_Co. _ __ 31-tf 1 1 i\i 'cleared -163 acres, twelve acres'j ''I HAVE a five thousand acre tract of' I ERNEST L. GREEN SIGN WRITER mixture heifer dark 1 brown, showing Jersey*,,
'..l j balance good pine land with excellent timber land for sale so cheap FOR SALE-8000 acres of extra nice -Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I ; on legs and head, notnsrksj
' TREES AND SHRUBBERY*,-..For clay subsoil; about 200. bearing, that i it will astonish you. Well located timber land looted on beautiful I all work. or brand. Reward for Information I
:t, S. l oil fruit tvees, ornamental trees;or..hrub.f. 'orange trees on place. Four roam on beautiful lake close to rail- lake and within three miles of two with guarantee that me figure that will lead to recovery. Inquire, ,'
"i on Job. P. O.
I Box
\, j bery of any kind, write W. R. Speer cottage, good barn and other out road. It will pay yoq to investigatethis. railroad stations. This entire tract l 189 Kissimmee Fla. at Gazette office.44tf' ,,. ..' H'
( .::t ';. Orlando. Fla., and get price Mot, } buildings. Located five miles west Better writ for full information is exceptionally adapted to the 16-tf FOUNP-Dn
; ; '::4' 1 of Orlando, on good clay road. For today Downing Realty growing of all kinds of citrus fruits> NICE-Centrally located home the city dock, a P lrcfoldrimmed $ '
SALE The finest turpentine and beautiful
FOR on
'price terms, etc., address Box 256 Co.86tf. and to general farming. Price spectacles. Owner can, *)
timber proposition In' this section of i Orlando, .,.. 19-6mos-pd comer lot only three blocks haFOR same by calling at the Gazette w"
acre terms.42tf
.3 the state. Fifty thousand acres., Inthetract. : FOR SALE-Choice lots In W. H. Far per easy I from Broadway, house is lighted office and paying for this notice...44-2t;'J r
Admirably: located.' Will, FOR SALE-House of six with mer's addition to Prospect Park. Downing Realty Co. with electricity, has bath, toilet and

T, b* sold on very easy terms; .of 'pa y, 'j water and sewer connections located These lots are some of the most.-de- kitchen sink: new cement, sidewalk; RENT-A 6-room flat,: th'd'e#;
) ment. Write for prices to i in two blocks of postctfftce. House I.I is slrabl. in the city, and are sold on j house contains seven rooms Includ- water, on Darlington !

1 k. t -:42tf: Downing Realty Co., I plastered, wood work hard oil finish; ." easy payments. 'Buy-at. once, for RANTED tending ing bath/Ito" room 16-foot; Jot'120x15QJeet., ex Broadway. J. M.Villson. Jr., 144-tfl.
I lot 64x147 with 19 full bearing orange they are alley.'We can
selling fast.Flowing artesian
,iFOR; SALE-SO acres of'land I of a trees in the yard. You earl stand on water can be obtained at little WANTED-Real 'estate having become offer this. beautiful home on 'very BUY an orange grove from the Down-"
-, t 4 9'r mile' from the city limits, 20 acres f I a '" reasonable terms. Full Ing Realty Co. and live
S ,"Lthe.porches and pluck the fruit. Call H ?( a, resident of Kissimmee particulars easy the rei
tl deptbWr!{ 41-tf and
r : "1 la fine mnck land Faroery, : to 01 ilia
which Interested
) cypress ; very. on as and allow ua the privilege of opened an ''omee In the parties. H. M. Breaker your .,42tfi'' \
J74. 4 .,,' rich and productive, balance good for Fraternity ,& CoV _
I showing this desirable home. IF 24-tt'
I you YOU building wish
,. '.want furnished rooms for I to become acquaintedwith AN intelligent '.
} .: citrus fruita. Location of this land 89tf. H. M. Breaker &.Co. person 'may!! earn' $100
4 : t '. makes it very"valuable. Tie.timber .light housekeeping, write -or call on persons having property of any FURNISHED :; monthly Corresponding for .r.
ROOM8.Couplewlthout pewspa
W H. Farmer.? ,kind foe sale whole
p v, -1 [U valuable for fence posts, telephone FOR SALE:'Phongraph and record : the Square :Dealer -and My time-energy I children want two rooms furnished penwNo !miiimaomg.i Send for p a r-
Kissimmee Fla. of
I'. 'said telegraph poles. Besides being I ,R. O. Meek. 44-tfI __ 44tf. t ,service.years. 'Call experience and eec are at your for light housekeeping; permanent If tleulara. Press Syndicate. '$;'S'U .
me at "
r : :excellent land' itgides on. the free- your con suitable close in Lockport N.Y. '
'. .. I TO EXCHANGE-For small' orange I venience. J. H. HALLEY 41-St ; ; no tourist rates; ; ,.
idor of, a country home with citadvaatagMsuchassplenddhighschool.- FOR SALE-.20, acres 6 acres'-under address with ,
; grov,s 6 acre on Palm River; -all particulars and terms. .' '
d',:: "t.. t cultivation; fruit tree.; 2 good wells; cleared; new wire fence" flowing ANYONE: anywhere nail\ Booms, p p. 164. city 4d2tear School ,.Teachers'Wentet;" l;..
':I... good ,-mark.te,,'church.., etc' Price 8-room. house .barn, wagon abed, well; small near Scott Leslie' order business at home.can start; a al I school f leachers, salad";
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;j6.per.aereLti1e-on or poultry house; spring water on place; beautiful reamlan4." In exchange .J
". Co. 2 miles north and Mrs !Ring.: Be your own boss. Send for free .::. f > tract of Florida "month. .Apply-tow. >r. 5-<
KUsimme j land.
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