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: November 3, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00514
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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LTHOFISSIMMitoTM 1'tIi home place and 'was completely 5" grower In,Florid.,'and.(I. the owner 1 of D

[ I d Jnthree months:; _,, ... .._ . Lake, :'Gem: Villa in one of the largest nurseries. in 'the' AU'GARfACtOR'V.j

I 5 And the same can, be said of TrheumAtisrsu. Southi He has .lived In the'immediate .

We, will not attempt< say .vicinity bf Lake Gem for many. years,
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i:Superior of Any, Other how many people have cOme here from -I. HighlandsbfF1orWatftlltt$1'w9 ; and through thrift, good business Judement" -i Will Be,Jstabfished in This Gty by .
the. North and West suffering with arid .strict. adherence to- right' ,
[.'City in the Entire United, I that terrible malady, but do not be. .. .. anti equ.re dealing, has amassed a comfortable Mr. Ge D. Boom,Who, is aPractKaftlgarmakef ? 4
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-States., : lieve we will exaggerate when we*put Hundred atidl'lfry-Threo- Above fortune : : '
and not . : Mr. thw "
the number at two hundred, Harry; L. Beeroan, secretary. i -- -

F following letter/ was'received tn lone among them lout who found reliefto Sea<<: Level and is Surrounded: by Sixty-Three is one' of Orlando's' ;"foremost business ,
The and would such an,extent that they In'a few m..n, and Is the owner of'the San Juan. One by one new Induslreb.1'nestablished '
.,h. early part of October, their a Orange Cirapefrult; ,proves! and:Numerous Hotel In that ohe in Kiasimmee.Lutweeb
werPd through| the colrumns months refer to' ,/ailment! as city ft>f the largest

have>been of the an Valley;; Gazette_ 65fore"Tad I,thing-of-the past- ,.---- ,-- : BenutifitiLak FUled-WitlrFlsh.{ .. . '. all-the-year-round 'hotels In the state. canning work was begun on the building of the. 'S
other,news matterrevented It \Is l seldom a fever of any characteris H..lpoaa *.ees-on1ara'' forturieVandthere ; factoryrin.nterpries thatwiiL '
[not the prj-fsure-of section .' 'in,4 mean much to the further advancement ,
contracted here. as the surrounding is no man Florida who stajid, ." '
: C: \ Klsstmmee ta. devoid of ma- During the past two years there have iuany.o hjra. located there.after travel-l higher in the' Social 'or* business wpSjl.No . of our city, as its products will ,be ,sold I'

smith Center, Kas.. Oct. e,'1911.' laria"germs, and great carets'I exercised been more colonization pchem'ea and, tog l over the entire United States in .enterprise> Is ever launched: Orlando in every city: bf the United"-States,:'

I Kissimmee Valley Gazette.. ,'on the part of our health authorities to townsite propositions placed on the search_ a place to spend',th ieAwinXerg but what' 'Mr, Beeman's name is which win go fat to advertise. the man ....'. j

Jear Editor : As I have been read- see that no contagious disease*finds a market in this stake!; than w...'ever done *od declare that for beauty, connected with'\t, andhe has business fold'advantages. of: this city as the natural

fng your paper and have become very I', foothold among our people. Klssim- before 1 in its history, mo.t of which haabeen be h."nd .real comfort therele. no interests in many parts of the'state., : vegetable and fruit center'ot- 'the S

much interested In that country aud i mee is a' dTeall city a morat city.and exceedingly ...Successful for we oth4zjace on tje| globe its equal When the name ,of Harry L. Beem.n South ,

I''also that I have some! interest in Flor-,I healthy city, and the people here are have never as yet, .heard of land in, takGerrf.jis connected: by canals Is coupled with m proposition of any But that industry does not by any
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ida. 1 thought I would like 'to auk a'. determined: that It shall remain so. Florida being offered for sale af.' higher with/atJialn/ qf Iskes that empty Into character, it .can be 'relied on to be moans overshadow the one that decidedto 4

question or two : How about health .-----.-- figure\ than what It was worth.) the /Ocklawaha river, which 'river square, honest and straightforward i, locate here on Friday of last week

'especially those afflicted" with asthma SPECIAL The latest proposition of that ch&rcter emnliea' into the.St. J hna. 'Tb."dis- that of a- cigar 'factory* Its owner,

,or lung trouble, and does the climate t that has engsged our attention,is toot by water .to Jacksonville from : REVIVAL-SERVICES Mr. O. D.' tyoone/ls 'a loan Iri every way .

,agree with the people from the North T I -. S that of the Lake Gem Land Company.We Law Gem is three hundred and sixtyflvdmiles qualified to conduct' business of that'

We hope to see your town in the nearfuture. i Bearing Prof. Rolfs, ancl Associates have made a very careful study of ,and prettier 'more pictu.es4e ,.- At 'the' Methodist character, hairing been a practical 'clgarmaker : -

jSftturttaarh Will Be Here on the 18th.On the ground the locality ;the climate, scenery is not to be found along Church Have Been for the)past twentjr-five years

f PI..... .n..wer- the paper' or (ii I the general conditions surrounding, 'and anwatfr route on this.hemlsDhere! Most Sivccessful.'While and is therefor-capable'of not 'only
this month specjal
of it
the 15th
"y.letter as you -Hke. the the character of,tbe people who are behind as cialfy can this be said of the Ockla. the revival services judging but of making* a cigar equal to, ,
t train will leave Gainesville bearing at the "
ours respectfully, officials of the Florida Experimental' this project, and we found that In j w a river,."and thousands .of'' people Methodist church closed last Monday any placed on. the market. -

Mrs. M, H. HARTROOK.y 'station,, ..nd'ae"eral cars filled with exhibits *- its entirety it just about equalled if not co a to Florida every winter-for the 'night,' yet their influence and power Mr. Boonejias .leased the entire -second S

: ,II three years ago the editor oftin's of agricultural products, aa well excelled anything of the kind that was sol purpose of tsking that delightful will continue. Eternity alone will be floopTJfthe- building on ,

paper 'made an exhaustive'search j different machines! and Instrumentsused ever offered the purchasing public. tr. ''able to tell the value of the work ac- 1>arling n avenue, which' directly[ Ip .

for any statistics bearing on the health-I as on the farm.This The company has named the town he ten acre tracts of I land t.hat-Q1e complished. Not- only has the Methodist the. heart: of the business.district and .
"ful conditions Kiaslmmee and behaves Lake Geni Villa. which Is situated on C pany is offering connection within ''church had is now in Tampa purchasing tobacco,
entire a
I train will travel over the great spiritual uplift, ,
he la .prepared io intelligently'\ \ Atlantic Coast Line system, and will l the barks of that beautiful body of I Lake Gem Villa are situated alit but all the churches in town have received 'boxes, etc., and; making arrangement
'and truthfully answer the qu.stlon.j' water of that name. that lies'directly Immediately in the. rear of then spiritual for the labels to be pastedon the boxes" '
reach Kissimmee on the 18th at 2:40: p. help as well. 'I,
'\ found in the above letter. > I remaining here until 7 a. m. Monday.At alongside the SeaboardAir Line Railway lots or very close by, (so that itI We have received into th* church It was Mr. BGOne'...Intention to locate , .' '
the state m. between Orlando and Tavares I not be at all to build In another but meetIng
At that time government 'I point at which this train I I.. necessary on twenty-six on profession of faith in Florida town "
and city records showed thdt the annual every being only six miles from the latter tract, but the entire ten acres can Christ. These a man from Khnfimmee' at ''the railroad \., "
scheduled to stop some one of the pro- together with the frty-
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of living In I used In the planting of cltius fruits eating house In Sanford Wednesday .
death rate persons festSurs of the Experimental station will place. eight already received, make a total of on .
Kissimmee was a fraction less than Lots in Lake Gem Villa have been so vegetables. The land on which thesetiacre seventy-four this of last week, and hearing of the '
deliver an address on how and in'what year
.4hree to tbe one thousand inhabitants; the soil can be made to yield laid out that each has a frontage on I tracts are located is of that There are others yet'to be received. wonderful growth this city h.. takenon 1

but during the past two years' fully ooe manner the best results, and as that departmentof I Lake Gem, in fact the entire lake is I I. aracter that is peculiarly adapted toUe For all these blessings we thank God duripg the past two years; deckled
thousand aged men and w'omen have the State University has already' surrounded by the town and that part cultivation of citrus ftuits, and andjtake courage to come here and look the ground 'o..r

moved here from the North and West i I of the Jots on which purchasers would ost of the ground in that1 locality is Next Sunday before !locs.tingThe. result--was"as, IF >
of enormous value .to th ?_farmers -, morning we will receive j';
--many of'whom"were far past'the threescore proven of this state It l Is hoped that a large build their- homes Is from 'twenty to I_ for-that purposer although, there new members and celebrate the Holy usual in such cases-J-he found the KIsslmmeite '

and ten mark. and a certain percentage thirty teet above the water. any abundance of other'(mill grow- Communion. 1 wish had told him only half the
audience will greet this train on its arrival to .meet the candidates -
of them have payed Into the here. To each purchaser of a lot in Lake g there. for church membership on that story about the opportunities open here

'other world thereby increasing the I Florida is rapidly) forging to the front Gem Villa will be given! aboat-housexlot. I There are some people? especially morning at 0:45 o'clock in the parson- to men small'means, and .. stated? "'''',

average death rate, although the records rank in agricultural pursuits and to the on Horseshoe Lake. and a ten-acre ORe who have lIever visited this state, j I age. above,..at once rented a building, 'and ,

on file In the 'city clerk's office professors of the Experiment station is tract adjoining which is only four ho think that ten acres of ground I.nly Is You are cordially invited to )be present took the evening train on Friday' for .

show that the average la still a fraction due a large partof the great success hundred yards distant from Lake Gem. sufficient 'for a house, but we a.ore .- W. H. FUNK. Pastor.MANYJUINTERS Tampa to purchase, hi. stockand, prepare
less than nix deaths annually to the ore with ,This boat-house lot Is given to purchasers them that ten acres of ground to move h. family here. ;{
agriculturalists are meeting .
our
i to relieve them of the necessityof ear Lake Gem-will not only Keep them ,
thousand population. I as the bulletins the Station issues are There is no question.but what.Mr.
During the past two years many harecome practical, and are so complete that a building boat houses in front of the! usy caring for it, but will produce I Boone will meet with great success. "-

to Kissimmee suffering with novice can .m.ke a success of cultivai : residences. which would greatly ma uit sufficient to pay all their family the manufacture of cigar in this city t

ithma. and we haveyet to hear of on.rue ting almost any crop he plants.HALLOWE'EN the beauty of the scenery. expenses and leave a handsome sum be- Left This lily Tuesday to Shoot a. this climate is p&eIlUarlySapted to'

that was not materially benefited.and .-I i Lake Gem Villa is situated immediately sides. Deer on Kissimmee Prairie the keeping of tobacco, and our people! >
in the majority of cases the suffer- in the center of the citrus fruil We do not know what the Lake Gem never let the chance pass to'assist .l local -? f;,

_.... ..-XrtmnlAte.lv_ cured. j industry,there being sixty-three orangf I Land Company ,are asking for these The fame of Osceola county as the enterprise> for they have learned the*, "'""' M
-'-- --.r----' 1 lilt within a radiv ten-acre tracts and town lots in Lake home of the deer, tbe turkey and the
and
Today there are fully a half hundredmen grapef groves lesson well that the only way a city can'. ,,
and worn*)walking our streets in I I Was Celebrated l by Our Young People ot two and a half miles, and the nej Gem Villa but we are certain that the ends quail has evidently reached the remotest be kept progressive and prosperooj is '

perfect health who came here /Buffering work of lakes in that vicinity makes price is far below what they are "worth of this country as many sportsmen for Its people to keep every dollar at'

;", ', with asthma less--than two years ago with "Spook" Parties. as near immune from frost as can j for in locating these, one is not only insured came here thia-week from* distant home possible therefore when our smokers -

? (i.nd: they.stand. ready to m>ke,affidavit,',, Kissimmeelived. up to its reputation found this side of tJll! tropics:., The cfl against ever coming to want for points to outfit for hupting' on the Kis, desire< to indulge in that pleasure..

tf/to/ > the fact If this ,doubted .of being one of the most orderly cities rue fiult grovesTfftrils\ section have || the necessaries and comforts of life but, simmee.prairie '' they will 'pass'up their nickel and.say.

1'or denied. [ In "'Iorlda'on the night of October 31st. superior in the state, arid whenevej incomparable climate, the extreme! Last .season. there' were several" hundred "Rive- -me m Kl- ..'mm- ...maria- ",Ii.'sr"
'DberIUloai..1 when spooks are supposed to wander box of fruit from that/region reac healthful conditions, the opportunity deer' killed in this county as well ;

r'4 1 :TO'those suffering with" forth in search of pleasure although the northern markets. it is at o* enjoy ..the very best of, hunting, fishing as turkeys, but the greatest sport was ,: '

we will say that the of, there. was fun a-plenty indulged; in by taken. up without Inspection. I and boating, where ,one can.live in the found shooting quail and they were .BI6.ANDSALt.
the pure air and equable clitnai: open day in the without suffering slaughtered by the thousand. Reports ..
our young people. Usually on that The cumpany will build a boulevp every ,year -
Kissimmee will cure any case, providedthe night the bad youngsters of every town entirely around Lake Gem, which ll I from either heat or cold, should from the country districts are to the effect -

disease has not completely undermined I i exert their best efforts to see how many be beautified with many varletle f make of this life as'near a paradise as that game la more plentiful this P. A. Vans Agnew and Arthur1 E. v-

the sufferer'*. system. 1 I gates they can unhinge, how many buggy tropical plants and trees, and wi e man or woman can ever expect to find year than it has been since the days Donegan Sell 38,000' Acresl
conducted tuberculosis
The most successfully -I wheels they can take off and how. kept for the exclusive use of,the inp- I this side the pearly gates. when one would ride twenty-five miles. It takes like P. A. '
sanitarium ever operated in big men VaniAg."\ '
. rob but Gem Villa and to The has made without seeing a house or meeting a
America that of Dr. Jno. E. Ennis. I many chicken ixusts they can itants of Lake company arrangementswith new and Arthur E Donejran.to ifo big
was
of in Kisstfnmee that element, if it existed which each lot will front, althoug Mr. O. W. Connor an experienced person. things, and while to the
of this Out average'man
miles east city.
fifteen at all, kept exceedingly quiet, for nothing riparian rights will lie with the r- nurseryman and fruit grower to setout Tne merchants of this city are prepared the sale of 38,000 acres of land I. an immense
forty-eight
, a total' of fifty patients of that character occurred. althoughthat chaser of Iota. I in fruit'trees any of the tracts of to furnish all supplies necessary for ,
,, transaction* to these it is all
ii:;e. were restored to good health one died I fact may have been brought about And this company has adopte d land sold, and he will care for them until hunting and camping and guides can men
for several in a day's business, for this is not-tbe
' : and one's life was prolonged sanitarium is mi_. A_ n result____ of__ thelmavor_ aDDointinn. fifteen will___ strictly__ adhere to a most wialnd such time as the owners desire to assume be procured here who are familiar with first time they 'have bought and!sold
; years. The reason this extra policemen see that order just rule and that is that no pen an : personal control of them. This the haunts and habits of all' kinds of -
been
that Dr. Ennis land in large bodies. It baa not ayear
St not in today la
operation I ut will be of the wild game
that was maintained. purchase a lot in Lake Gem Vii greatest advantage to since they solda tract of 26,000' '
4s4reached such an 'advanced age I There were two *"pook" parties that who has a first-class moral and Hal' purchasers of these tracts, as it will Quite a number, of our local sportsmen *
the Klssimme
' on to the
::1 : he could no longer give it his personal church enable them to continue in business left Tuesday night for the hunting acres prairie ) ,1.
night-one on the Presbyterian standing. It is the company's jer.- until -
11.ttention.\ Hunter Land Co., and on several icea. J
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-ft.", \,I lawn and one ih the barn of Mr. John tion to collect a great big happy fly such time as their groves are self- grounds so as to be on hand early next sions lately have disposed of tracta-t

\ A fair percentage of the adult population I M. Lee-and both were enjoyed to the of real men and women and pne supporting condition which is seldom morning when the hunting; season ranging from 6,000 to 15,000 acreaJt
; of this city are persons who came in her found in this other and opened. There I is no donbt but what
A',: I utmost. pearly all who participated with the least taint upon him or any state, This 88,000 acre tract lies in x...\and
5---. here suffering with some form of con- these two events were dressed In white wilt be permitted to become a repnt. one which will aid,the company greatlyIn our numerous friends will keep us supplied UeSoto counties, and was bought by'

,,I..umption, and there is not one-tenth ;| and wore false faces, and some of them This Is a wise rule and will redjd to disposing of its property to the best with venison throughout the win .P. A. Vans Agnew and John M. Lee a ",
fl. 1 one cent of tha'"umbeor\: but whoi of homes ter, for it is a meat of which
per were so ludicrous that everyone was the company's success and crud class ekers. we are few years ago for fifty cents ai>'acre; ...

f :v is comnletely] cured. |' kept in a constant state of laughter. I And citrus fruits are not fonly And itwilI r not be out of prace; in exceptionally- -- and l later Mr. Lee disposed of his interest :

it" To that question ai to whether thisclimate Many of the very young girls and boys fruits that are profitably grow erf', closing this article, to give a brief description . to Messrs Nelson Fell and Arthur iI

/'; agrees with people from. the also paraded the streets looking like for every variety known In. [>ical ot the men who compose the LNTIRclANG! E. Donegan at the rate of f 2.50 an.,acre, ')' ,

k North and West, we have only to say 'ghuates," and created much merri- or semitropicalcountry are i uced Lake Gem Land Company and who are and now the property passes Into the 1. -
"" that the large number of person* living i ment with their grotesque appearance. there in the 'greatest abundan suchas offering this most desirable '
to
', here and perfect health who property Made ;in freight Office Force of A. hands of the Consolidated Land coin-
enjoying
5- figs peaches pears rsim- the public : '
.': from those' sections, is full and grapes C. L. at This Place.As pany for the sum of six dollars an acre,
f came j INCOME one .
bananas, etc.. !
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HERE mors guavas
I Mr. J. E. Mattocks, the -president or a total of $228.000, leaving a handsome 4,
in the affirmative.
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complete answer 1
,.;, iSL of the largest and most succei our- a result of-an investigation madeof
'z' --- I II and general manager came to Kissimmee : profit to Col. Vans Agnew, Mr. ;
There lean thousand people i
, are at a "
i, series in Florida Is only a fuv
I II about twq years ago from Lenoir, I the local freight office at this place Donegan and Mr. Fell. ,
:j who come here every"Vinter from the From ( State in the Union Even -' j
j i I -
' West and very feet distant. I N. C.. where he had spent many yearsin by A. C. 1... officials a complete changeof This sale only] evidences the factc.pitali.ta that
extreme North end they
'12" claim that their lives.are' being length- ,I I California. The fishing in Lake. Gem] in all active and successful business, and the force has been made, and begin i' are looking to this stale to '

:,- $ ened thereby. Here .they can spend ,:j The following letter Is published that other lakes In that section, islna as accepted-th position of vicepresidentand .ning with .the first of this month new j invest their money and when they can

r': every day in the year in theNjpen, fishing ,' our readers abroad may see that peopleare the most ardent sportsman c wish, general manager of the Kissimmee len will handle the freight business of buy land at six dollars an acre they are

''; on the lake or walking through the I coming to this section from the remotest black baas, o f which ar1liona, Valley Land Company. Under his able I that road in Kissimmee. not slow in taking it up, for it will 1 only
:
'. and truck gardens corners of America, and for the predominating but sun p4. that and efficient management Kissimmee, While it is not ful y known what I be a question of a few years when the.

i \ many that are orange found groves on evety"hand. A man I enlightenment of our citizens aa to the member of the' finny trlbiat so Park has grown; Into one.of the most charges the company placed against its cheapest land In Florida will bring >5flr< -

I 'rj very seldom has use for an overcoat, amount of good the circulation of the tickles the senses of the fishji are prosperous additions to. this section ot old employes, it was-known that for an acre. This statement may' sound a .

.' (z and the women wear white dresses In I Valley Gazette, throughout the North there in abundance. And 'thine can Florida, and those who have located some time the affairs of this local office little too optimistic to casual' observers ,*< 4".

", January as well as in July, while many I and West is doing Kjsjmmee; and'Oa- be said of the wild' game-st.s deer. there. through his efforts declare that were -not conducted in a manner to j but if" they will only look back 'a'few: Hj
"SA turkey quail luck and s4eI-and will consider themselves his meet the approval of the higher officials. I>
t. of the children, never put shoes on their ceola county : they ever years' they will see. land selling at' $10 ,
., hondreda of people from th+rth and debtor for being placed in such and $20 acre that ':
feet until they reach their teens. Port rvllTe, Tularie County Cat.. Oct. a contented an canopf' new. be ,.- '\.
:-' ',:1Tbere r\. Is hardly disease known to 6, 1911. West go there each' seao. Indulge happy and prosperous condition. The charge of negligence, 'according bought 'for (500 an acre. This condition .. 'f.fII.1! f

' I / the medical profession but from which Mr.,W. BLjlarris, Kissimmee. Fla. in that sport._ I He still retains the vice-presidency of to the auditors ,of the railroad com has been brought abbul by; the 'o i ;: "

', ,some one has come here seeking relief, .Dear Sir : I have been reading your A short distance from I Gem la tIw Kissimmee Valley Land'Company, pany, ,was proven against all of the' large number of new settlers'that bsvj ,:

..;, esneciallv those aff.ct1nthe ..kInL'w paper and find I it a good one-very Inn [.Lak Dora. around which I some of although be has ceased to be its active : employes, and In thf drag nat several moved into Florida during the past'fe'Wyears' '' if '1
.
,.- : - - .. L _, ".._ ." dO "L'- ma Mr. Mattocks I Is as'one 'conductors were caught, bu .it is ..
-- ater. regarded ; the
ea to oe at
i : ,family moved to thl;city Iwo years I I It' I teresting. 1 am airaia i snail nmve u> I II the most beautiful winter 'I ; generally rand rate they"arajnowvjtf' <;(\'f.
'ago' from'1 W..hJ"ltfon.at.t.e,who had go to Kissimmee this, fall or winter. :. found in America. notably pg whichare of.our foremost business men and believed they will-'c4me.out" of jcoming'in; thls-staU.wilI have two' *,.ik*:.'..j '\ : tJ

/I-; .,... a ten-year-old; son moat terribly-afflict I I By writing td.\some ,real estate firm it those of Mr; K. .II, ,P ho is an his, word :5'on' .e ..given Is 'carried out tote :the 'flre unscorched. 4': : [fOB inhabitant' in'the next five/jeara./ ,k ,)i

-; .- 1:' ed .-***!th eczema, from which the lad Is likely-1 can find a good farm. ouch as officer" of the Pennsylv lailroad.hundred I letter: He I. .honest; truthful and l -Judge 0. F. Parker, the Agwagr'issucceeded -Ailong ...' ->" '.;\'atI. Aenew:' ,.1 :Y:;? '' !

b'4Jf: had Buffered from infancy,. The father, would suit m5- and which cost, fully upright'' I* all his dealings: -elements by Mr. W. J. Zelgler; who !j Arthur E,"DoncgaA'at'OQ the top sid*' I'oj: :J",

'5-.! had spent a email! fortune In seeking a'' Ple..e.find enclosed one dollar, 60e thousand dollars. and a' few that fit him for the has been the agent at Winter Park for' of this ..rutwe ,m&y efp ict,big|Uifnga\. :'t : '11

' ,;'I' ''cure for his eon,-..and came bareas a of which goes flftubacrlp$ o'n to paper, miles away is' that >. Jaj. with the Lake Gem JI08lticJn.be.hold.j some time but we have pot yet learned to occur, therefore we were not fat*all ,.- .>r;
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A .m'alllndlaD 'boy with a hd been pending his flnt deal I ,
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.t .3JHt&JUJdUCOMMISSION !;:\: longIndian! name'crouched.-behind, .a tlou in, twenty 3 M, Thorn --A r -: ,

( MERCHANTS grassy knoll'In Florida ,swamp one .ot> the th.r'.day.road the prediction Attractive Modelis \
: that it I Ii of time when : ,
day' It? 1836. With a1 bow as tall a* only a question
v himself he wu sending succession of th..airship will supplant the steamship s. 'j"J.

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GRAPBFRUJT' .
Into of desperately
: ORANGES arrows .a group otblue with"
e.ti.w..N verge. black satin insets On coat and"skirt .'
traiuocanie .
soldiers. pf travel. reflecting
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I ,. fighting United States '
__ eC te..lia the marked 'change'.that haa occurred and sailor collar: trimmed with.wide 'silk braid.v
Y i It was the battle in which brave Major .
r MmY..ts of iM ;within) recent, 'ean'ln the popular be .1 ,
Dade and hi* little body of'troops ) 5
: PINEAPPLES VEGETABLES l.heletat.a Suits In brown, red, "greelv'blue: and black "
were' wiped "out;: by:' Oaceola's, fierce lief in taan's ability'to accomplish tb.seapdngly gray serge.r,
significant: ,trimmed with braJd'or :satln'' and buttons. The 29-
""" Seminole warrl n./ Oeceola (as, an impossible it i I. Y
-" ". '" 4 earlier'' article of ;this series told) took that no, one,' dissents froth "thewis- inch coats are satin lined,,with sailor or the ,regulation, '
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tv; Soutbern .Shipping> No., 50 actual command of the Seminoles; but &rd'." picture of our future rr sans of coat collar.: The- skirts are either plain or have a few hand
I' locomotion. plaits to give extra width. -Some have the.panel back' >
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STREET their Sachem Mlcanopy, an old
819 WASHINGTON NEW YORK .was t
front. These suits are.well-made and. .'
throughout
ban. The little boy with the big bow. Yesterday .lich"a prophecy would (.,
: CORNER JAY STREET: and will surely please
Hefereeces
From baby have been .laughed to scorn today we ,
was Micanopy's grandson. ; you.Prices "
., MatlossIBisk fro? $15 $18.
Acts hood he ferocious )oving hot only it within the realm are to ',,' '
At slimtr-/ Kindly write for stencil if needed. was a war' accept as ) ,
little chap. Most of his time war spent of probability but look ahead to the 1, it
castlls "...,Ie. the Plain tailored mixtures !in brown, and '' e
gray ,
SOLICITING AGENT. WANTED- I on horseback day when the big leviathan of .alt green

His efforts to sit astride jthej broad will!...replace,_not only: the steamship but -.button-trimrned..JuLoJL.. ...-. dtr
DOES LOCATION AND "EXPERIENCED 'COUNT7mo backfof--t.he native "horses) and ponies the railroad. well, for all forms of style and always: attractive.' -

.. : .' had bent. bre legs into odd shape. The transportation. Once sceptical of We have them for . r.

Indians often nicknamed each., other everything that flew in the face of

.t pd from some peculiarity face; figure( pr tradition,' and threatened to upset the Other suits trimmed with braid, are"'

-. --;-- action. So the lad* real name was old order of things, we now doubt nothing and the usual cotton repps, in tan, '

quickly forgotten and he was known For the well-meaning clergymenand price. ", , '. are--.alwaysJn--------\ VI

( through life as ."Billy Bowlegs." church people who denounced Ben .

Such, at least was the way the Americans Franklin from their pulpits as an usurper We shall be pleased to show these to. ; y
Shingles
Cypress translated his longer Spanish title of the Divine prerogative, becausehe : I

V' of "Suillertnito a las piernas corvaa." showed his fellow countrymen how,

Cypress and Pine Lath The Pade battle was the first of by means of a lightning rod, they could

Billy' many fights. In it he slew several protect their lives and their property, H. C. STANFORD -

Rough and Dressed Framing white men and, by reckless courage we have nothing but pity. Lightningwas

as well as by Seminole cunning, he a means provided by the Almightyto ..

Flooring Ceiling' Siding and FinishSend won then a fame that was soon to punish the sinful and wicked these r ?

r spread throughout the United States. good people thought, and anybody who

s Osceola had wrought terror and des sought to rob it of its capacity to-deal

us your orders and they will have our best olation from one end bf the Seminole death and injury to those meriting it ;

attention. .We are Sales agenTs for some of the country to the country. When he was and make it tractable te control, was R. 50

largest and best Pine and Cypress Mills in Florida. treacherously seized while going to a in league with the devil.

Delivered prices quoted on request conference under a flag of truce, the Thomas Jefferson tells in his memoirs a

government thought it would bq easy of one of his neighbors who was "agin"the

to force his leaderless tribesmen Into public schools, because "when
1 GILLETTE LIMBER& TRANSPORTATION CO. b
submission. But the war-fires Osceola everybody gets so they can read and

TAMPA FLA. had lighted were not to be so easily write, nobody will want to work."

quenched. For years the conflict Bishop Berkely thanked God there

dragged on before the authorities were was not a printing press in all Virginia, '
able to ship the sullen Seminoles west because "printing presses printed .r '

to the reservation laid Out for them. Vo pY
lies
------------- mostly and their business! was
As it was, about 350 of the fiercest refused deceive the people. _
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to go. and managed to escape the' Even so broad-gauged a man as Rus- -

government's agents by hiding in the kin declared the introduction of rail- I /

..' Everglades.!: These rebellious Semin- roads would ruin England by drivingthe

oles chose B lly Bowlegs for their sachem stages out of business and killingthe J wn

or head chief. demand for horses.

'Many years had passed since the Peter Cooper builder of the first .

.r, y Dade fight, and Billy had grown to full locomotive operated in the United '.

manhood. He was a crack shot, a warrior States, was made the laughing stock .

of marvelous strength and endurance of the whole countryside, because in a i-

., ill and had, moreover the facultyof ten-mile race with an old grey horse -

escaping from every tight place In near Baltimore, his ooiler sprank a leak !II

which he chanced to find himself. This and the horse won. I

last-named quality led his superstitious Robert Fulton was declared a fraud el a

followers believe Billy had the powerto by the boatmen of the Hudson river, ,

make himself invisible. At one I who doubted his ability to make the -'

IM time he secretly led a party of his "Cleremont" navigate its waters by f

braves on a sixty-mile march away steam and without the use of sails. '

r 1 from their Everglades stronghold to- ArKwright, who invented the spin L. M WHIDDEN & CO.;' Jf

Lake Kissimmee, where at daylight he ning frame, which revolutionized. the r4i

fell upon the fort there and well-nigh weaving business of the world, was "i.,'-:

'carried it by storm before the large mobbed, and Jucquard.. whose loom is

And look at our line of attractive Dressers. garrison was fairly awake. Beaten still the world's standard, came near \ .. ,.' c r.
back at last by superior numbers, be being thrown into the river by an angry

?' Here's one 'in,polished, swell front, with two deep retreated In good order. I crowd of fabric. workers who feared t .

drawers with locks. The handles are of.lacquered .brass, Captain Clarke, commandant of the i his machine: would! destroy their useful s }

.{ always bright and shining. The swinging oval mirror Is fort, led' sr* party of soldiers In pursuit' ness. I'II'he EVERY SUCCESSFUL"MAN. ACHIEVES ...
This dresser is of the retreating Indians.. This suited invention of Elias Howe's sewing .
of French bevel plate, 18x36; inches.; 10.J' : '
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grandchildrenwhen Billy Bowlegs perfectly.,, He entrenchedhis machine ausedrlot1n-Ne'York, SUCCESS THE SAME WAY= ''j j ,
strong that you can hand It. down to.your hill ?
littler and '
men around a poured and a Pennsylvania woman said of
'you are done with It\\.. It is well worth. the price $15. forth such a galling, deadly fire that Samuel I'''. B. Morse's telegraph, which BY SAVING MONEY .
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We have a wash standj to match made of the same the troops were beaten back with heavy the financiers of Wall street believe Do you want to be successful Start caving now. Put your money in' -
loss. Reinfprcements were hurried to imprrctical and refused to finance : "1
material swell front, French bevel plate mirror 12x20 the spot by General Har\ey, who suppose no one can' spank their btat. CITIZENS BANK OP KISSIMMEE'

inches above a firm towel bar. The handles are of lacQuered hoped to catch the Seminoles before now without the whole world knowingall : ..... \

brass, and both this and the dresser are fitted with they could get back to the safety of about it. "
We have more Savings Accounts than other Bank In
Everglades. But Billy Bowlegs any
casters. Price $Z.50: she Alexander Graham Bell's telephone Osceola County.
was too clever for him. The whole be until the
was said to a toy EmperorDom 'Jt
If you want a cheaper dresser here is one in good oak. party had vanished by. the time the it in of the A Savings junk loaned FREE. If you haven't .procuredone
Pedro finding a corner do '
so at once. f'+
with two large and two small drawers. Size of top is government reinforcements came up. Centennial, Exposition at Philadelphia, .
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Square
Sb; 19x38 inches. pronounced one AJmro E. OONBOAM, PrMbUnt W.,H. NOBTOM. Csckbr 4
Seminole leader's audacious raids, sent .
inches. Lacquered brass handles casters. Price $9.50. age. raa
'it a big expedition under Colonel Loomisto
Edison was thought to be possessed
We have them still cheaper, and better ones up to crush him. Loomis divided his foree
of a mild form of dementia when he'
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and attacked the Everglades from n
$35.00. announced that by injecting electricityinto
different, points. One commandwas
many
the carbon filament.of a lamp from
We shall be pleased to show them to you. so fortunate as to come upon a -
which the air had \been; removed, he
party of Indians who were carrying ,
had discovered the secret of what is \
their wives and children to a place of
today the world's universal illuminant.
safety. Billy Bowlegs'was g the R. G. I
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fugitives.: The troops galloped down Patrick B. Delai.y excited the same ; *J
popular misgivings among the unscientific -
the Indians snooting, slashing I
OSCEOLA upon with his multiplex, by which six
I and capturing. But when the smoke "
t" were transmitted simultaneously -
messages
'. of battle cleared away It was found FIRE INSURANCE
over a.single wire and taxed our
that Billy Bowlegs had escaped-as
: imagination to the limit by his telepost
usual.
{: HARDWARE system of automatic telegraphy, by
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Force, diplomacy trickery, bribery, 3 C
were all tried against him in vain.' which one thousand words a minute are
> Billy could not be caught.; sent backward or forward over one I London.. Uveru col & Globe. Etna.. .

At length little by little, his best wire.
COMPANY followers were killed or imprisoned Finally, when Marconi, the beardless I Hartford, Norwich Union,. and a,
and the brave old chief was shorn of
all his power. He wad obliged, for the youth from Bologna, showed us how, other strong CompaniesPHONE 'Rt
!sake of the Seminoles who remained; without the use of any wires at all, it

) j to sue for peace. With 165 of his peo- was possible to communicate over sea, a'
; sent Indian gds; 'PILLEY BUILDING
to
plebe was Territory.But
\ we admitted that there was nothing left d di
the surrender broke his proud
: heart. Within a few months after his to challenge our credulity. ;

." " " " ,." ,........,.,.,..,.............." " " '. removal from the Everglades he died.Sootla' Thus the world has moved; on. Each
Step has broadened our perspective .,
y WHAT IT MEANS : Firebrand Signal. strengthened our confidence, and addedto -- ,
Orantara was a military signal employed 4
+ Many people do not know wbat. Bonk'. Cupllai' I In for. or the. dllt.r.no. between i by the Scottish highland chiefs. our length of days, our poise, peace,
, + capital and one with a large capitalA. and No do denounce
hauk of little or uo power joy. longer we
wooden ,
It was a firebrand or cross
:, S BAKK'H CAPITAL, AND 8URPLUH a which after being dipped in the bloodof any one or deery his Invention. The ROLL BASS MARKET
U the r..n4th.t protect the deponltera from Inn,therefore the larger It li the Rather have we got to that point in our .
., t' greater protection: the depositors bra.. rhl bank h.. a ; a goat was sent "by a swift footed r
Capital . ..... .. ... .. ..." .. .IW.OOO' U \ herald, who delivered it without a evolutionwhere we believe, the apparently -
t a garplni fund of .... .. .. . tf f 000 00 ik impossible is attainable, and Burden Building One Block from Depot
fctockholder. liability; IJO.OOO O word save the name of the place of ..:.r .
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that mankind, no loager circumscribedby <
total of .. .. I1.WOOO 00 rendezvous. Thefleetest/ runner of \
i i i I.... solar systems, cosmic phenomena Fresh Florida. : o all kInds., ,
Thai mean that we moat Ian 1119,000.00 1 before our depoiltorn ooold a that hamlet was instantly dispatched
cent. Thl. for YOU. and other once insurmountable obstruction MEATS .
protection
with the signal to the next whence/ft and Western, as '
STATE BANK OF was borne to a third, and so on until is at last master not only of his ,
KiSSIMMEEa every village within the dilate domain own'destiny but of that of generations J
--0_ POULTRY EGQS. FRESH FISH{
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O. A.. CARSON ..I0S" M. LEE M. a, CARBON. ir last circulated In 1745. Don't forget that the Ilrlce'of a want Special ?Attention Phone Orders and-free

Praet".nl Vlc..P..ld.D Cah.r| Old newspapers for sale at this office ad in the Valley Gazette I. the cheapest Delivery to any part of the City. Phone 189. i 9 8
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io the eon.emplat-( "PHYSICIAN SURGEON' .. '
o tnjr builders In KUilmmee and ana Oseeola Lumber
.unrounding country that -have' '.Ollce.oTer,Osceola Pharmacy ..Says the Maine, Was Blown Up BAPTIST. .

..Moece.ded_n_known etung; the agencY".for Pe0NE91 t Residence Front I the 'Outside: , "Buny an Stephens,,pas tor. ,. t

r f Cement ., rJtdwChero I Oi Ice It8'W."i.'WINl'i ' Sunday'I
kee' Planter. o't' West chief{ I.+
Charles Morgan Key a'
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harder wall a ii! Bible School 9.45 =
farther, make a a. m.
better wall, 'spread easier andgive . gunner United State navy"'la in Miami, Preaching 1(.. n'. and T.l&lp.'m.:; r
to.remain until Sunday when he return .opanyDEALERS
a better .atwfaction-tharj any 0. B. ,V : : "
tack' I B. U. 6:45 p-m- ..... ,
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other brand made. Every to Key We t.Mr.. Morgan passed F '
l'r' guaranteed. One million dollar .. .. through Midmi last week' going to New Communlon2d1Sunday.Mon.day'afte 'f
J as back* up guarantee, -$15.00 top.B .' PHYSICIANRCHIDEMCI and to: : ( .8rd Sunday),. '
'Ii :York on business, Incidentally :
Woman' MissUnion-Devo.. 8 p, m.; Rough and Dressed Lumber
,,MCKEBSON,, ,canhaclrrr.ad IuUdtr:, PHOME.S'?.,. __', ?KI"'IM"" F.ORIPA.. .- see','the first game..between-" the. -" Giants, Wednesday-(after 1st Sunday). .
OrricB PrpNC VI and Athletic/ .
.m4 Worn.'Miss.:;Union-Social l.1I to 5pm
. i Mr. Morgan? is the roan who first '.
1 'F.G. TH9MAON' I claimed that the battleship Maine was Thursday- 1 WINDOWS; DOORS ',

a al4r ae e1lut4llaE .. blown up'trom an outside explosion, and Prayer meeting 7:00 p. m.. d .. BRICK: LIME
{ ; Visitor always welcome., :SHINGLES, LATH, ,
rr '. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON who later became known from one' end -

of the,country to the otherfes "the man
PRESBYTERIAN.
'a 126 behind the gun)," at the time he gained NOVELTY VVORKS'
; Office Phones 74 and 8. Residence
= Real Estate Agency. ; disapproval S. S, Snyder p etor. .
> .. ... promotion over Admiral Sampson's .- .

?.?.. ... .. ..< ...*... DR) B. D. W1NENOAVETERINARIAN \ for alleged social reasons. Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. S.: GENERAL 'BUILDING MATERIAL
Recent dispatches from Havana caused I Nelson, superintendent.

.- Realty bought and sold.. r much elation on .the part of Mr. Morgan Church Service 11 a m. and 7.00 p.m. I I.

i Houses wanted. STOCK TREATED FOR The dispatches gave the findingsof Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m. ..t Free Delivery to All Parts of City j* JI' /"
Taxes and Titles verI, I ALL DISEASES Prayer And Bible
pw' ppd the contractors who are :raising the study Thursday.7.00
w i. ifiedlor non-residents, t I Day Phone 457 .
j FEA wreck ot the Maine which to
ORLANDO ; go prove
Mflhtphon/ : ]is'? m.Visitors
Fire, Life and Accident In- {.[ that the report he made when in chargeof most cordially invited to all]
.
surance. the diving crew shortly after the explosion ttervices. .
Indernnity Bonds. .. N. L. BRYAN .. ?E
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DR. and prior to the Span ish-Amer-, : --:-- !

t1. DENTIST ican Var. was correct.In METHODIST.
conversation with a Herald representative Wm. H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor. Distance9
k" . Squires Building l'I o 296
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Prof. R.I
told interestingly
'.1' -- Mr. Morgan very AdvertisingLong
New York Avenue
why his report was made. M. Evans, superintendent. ,
: : FLORIDA
ST. CLOUD r'
; 'The.Home Bakery Man Recent cutting away of the wreckage Preaching services 11 a. m., and7.3o'" : r

d rK. J.V.. SIMPSON I piled up in cone shape over the bow of p. m. 1 1 is saying the right thing' H'

i'+r Takes this opportunity to thank the ship reveals the heretofore partially Boys League 1.30 p.m. !i '

the good .,people of this city for DENTIST. concealed double bottom of the Maine, I Junior League 2 p m. : at the right'timein .:

e ; ,r their liberal patronage and would twenty-cix feet above its natural position Senior League Wed. 7:30 p. m the ,r
Upstairs ID Katz BulhlIDj right
I s also take this means to say that \ a. m. '2 m. Tins double: bottom is'broken off Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30 p. m. way ,,
I for OFFICE:: HOURS'I: | 513 feet aft ;ana in its Holy cpmmumon>> ever lat Sunday. t
our limited facilities making f 1.)0;) to : p. m. some forty present i
No. "Jtt Jun 5. Ivr natural You are cordially invited to each pf We make a specialty of planning, preparing .r t
.. >'t J goods will prevent (for awhile) our Telephone position, at right angles to the' these services. literature and conducting campaigns for 'tj-47*'

general delivery to all parta of the W W CARSON horizontal plautJy-showing that a huge Land Companies Boards of Trade, Municipalities -
/ : city. Quality and variety will be DR. mine must have exploded under the ship and Individuals"
,
i; ;; maintained always.. Our nicer] DENTIST\: about midway between the stern and CHRISTIAN.,

"' l' HOT ROLLS and BISCUITSJI/ Office "Cole's Jewelry Store the beginning of the mid.hip structure Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. I!
over from the point of the explosion, which GLENN REAGIN ADVERTISERSTAMPA ::1
Office Hours B-15, 1-5 Bible School 9.45 a, m.-C. E. Rowellsuperintendent !
_ 1 l' i Also HOT BREAD Office phone 15X' seemingly tore the ship in two. ; J. 11. Harris, assistant'' {

)'ha :r will be ready ;mornings! and.aftery'i Residence 21JE : .. Part of the decks and bottoms folded superintendent. '. FLORIDA
of PIES forward over the forward part, whileall Christian Endeavor
noons and a nice variety every Sunday
jJ.
; and CAKE--Parties and -Weddinga DERBYSHIRE, M D., aft of the explosion is blown up and evening at 4.30 p. m. | '
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specialty aft carrYing the immensely heavy conning Prayer meeting and choir practice every I-
:t! tovw far aft and to starboard,
.r Thursday at 7.30
Special attention /given to the p. m. ,.
) .I: \ A. SMITH I treatment of Women and. where it now rests on the main deck "f
Fyn t Children beside the extreme after end The

DARLINGTON AVENUE double bottom is folded forward and is EPISCOPALKev .

'!I" .'.', Office over Citizens Hank HONE 184 identified in its present perpendicular David D Kidd, rector. Ideal Fertilizers '

\ ......J.... . - - -- 24- --SrrospdtrJL. ...- ._-- -- -. position by the tanchions which rose! Services every second and fourth Sunday I

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: ) W. CBASS VANS AGNEW & CKAWrORD leek, of which the stanchions now hor Communion 2nd Sunday at morning
BestTo
i izontal and pointing stemward, prove services.
Wholesale and Retail I
t" ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW! unquestionably an exterior explosion Guild meeting every first Tuesday

+4' Dealer ]ir. I Mr Morgan is well known in FloridaHe gain a place on our regular list a formula must not only pro-
Office 1 H >-'> Cltljenw Rai ik liu'hl: ):igKissimrt
Florida was assigned to duty at Key Westas TIMELY duce results, but results with a PROFIT. The user of fertilizer t
Fresh Beef Pork and *.aw v aide to the commandant in 1906 and WARNING l considers the effect on his pocketbook -the REAL result
IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the right effect, for it works 6
J. L. MOON >(. I1 <1EI1' ,..BjyTOON remained there till about two years TO CALOMEL USERS :; with Nature. The preference of each glass of vegetation for its

/ : ago. During the Spanish. m..rican war source of plant food is carefully studied as well as the proper :Topor-
) Mutton & GEIGER his distinguished service. called forth tions to give perfect balance no lack, no waste.
a I With proper application of proper food vegetaiit:, outgrows v
r ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW recognition from congress, and he was Calomel U a Form of Mercury, and if it
tae diseases and inserts and
to a great extent, being strorgand vigorous,
alp PHONE 4A.Sprigg. recommended for promotion. Admiral Stay in the Human System, its Ff- produces fruit that ill pleasing to the eye and palate and bring

.W I Office State Bank Building Sampson disapproved for alleged social I fectiTerrible. Ask Your Doctor. I'I'I financial returns pleasing to the grower
4 Florida
-- -- KissimmeC. Do not lose the due balanced
reasons, and Morgan became'a national maximum profit you by using poorly
t . ---- -- I Any physician will tell you that mercury plant food from improper sources. IDEAL stands for PROFIT
character. He was defended by the
F. KRIBBSATTORNEY if it remains in the body, will soften I Oil on our local agent !
x'11 FlemingCLEANING] G press in the most scathing denuntiations I 'J
t and rot the bones disease
doctors
a
.. WATERS & CARSON GROCERY (CO.or
AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. of Admiral Sampson ever htapedlpon. "
call necrosis of the bones. Calomel is
a naval officer, and became J popularly address r
a form of and to clear of
mercury keep
Examination of Titles a Specialy. known as "the man behind the gun.

rI4 PRESSING Notification and payment of taxes of He gained his promotion by passing the .danger it's a safe plan to take no calo- Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.J.F o':diDe: ,

a DYEING .." non-residents given careful required examination physically, men' mel at all, especially as thore I Is'.a bet- ... .. ""

I .' REPAIRING . . attention., . tally and morally. .ter remedy.
-- --- -- ---.-- Both children and grown people will ''IL
Gunner Morgan was at Key West
i G. JOHNSTON liiiTa perfect substitute for calomel l inDodson'
Il ROBERT and he
,Leave word when the Maine was blown up
at house and clothe
my Liver-TQne? a pleasant, vegetable -
will be culled; lor and ,returned.. was sans to Havana in charge of a crew tonic that Induces the liver to act
,. .. ATTORNEY AT LAWKIS8IMEEE. pf divers'who'went down and, made. an
and which never'ha bad after-ef- THE WAY. ,
any ONLY.
Satisfaction Guaranteec examination of her hull. On his reportthe fects. In fact Dodson's LiverTonewill NEW BOAT"KISSIMMEE" 1.

: r FLORIDA investigating committee gave to the everything that calomel does
r world the announcement that the vessel
s $ ; ----- without any of the dangers of calomel.A Many Kiwimmee Citizen Have Discovered -
was wrecked by a mine, and this verdict ,.t
-fa c ujawfr T ricroN WA' LOW" bottle costs only fifty cents, -will leave-
t : l*Counsel for Judge"IJhFlorid has been accepted by the world, large It. '
j1S.: II. BULLOCK R. R. Comm, CrtmiTnTTJcvf*'-'"- and the Kiasimmee Drug Co. will refund \J
despite the fact that there were some if you are not satisfied. Just what to da( when the kidneys are KISSIMMEE PARKDaily :
money
/ & WARLOW doubters, and that the charge was denied -: your affected, is a question tRat concerns both
MASSEY -.
: ; '
: p. strenuously by Spain.-Miami Her- young and old. Weak kidneys neglected except Sunday, 11 a. m. <
,; REAL ESTATE ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS New Hotel for Sale or Lease. and 5 p m.- Sundays 9:30: a. m. t ,
lead suffer-
\ \ ald. -n childhood to life-long 'f'
I -.4*......m.%*%...%-*.*-.** AT LAW and 3 p. m. ;\
" --- New Hotel, located in one of the fast- ing. People of advanced years, with Leave Kissimmee
Practice in all the Court of th. Plate and of Notice. daily, except r
,f'r,' INSURANCEExamination the United Stte. alao before the Florida Railroad est growing; towns in the state. This less vitality, suffer doubly, Inyouthorage Sunday 9:30 a. m. and 3:15 p. m. f
t; Commteelon Cou mlwion, and the Thteratate Commerce Kissimmee Fla:. October 10, 1911. hotel'is- only 75 feet distant from the languor, backache, urinary irregularity Sundays 8. a. m. and 2pm. -fi I IArra..nte
of TitlesaSpecialty. Notice is hereby given that the State depot, located in new brick block, contains '
ta 1-14 CHALESTON BLDO ORLANDO FLA. dizziness and nervousness make
for Moonlight Excursions i'l
and County tax book for the year 1911 26 rooms above, with refreshment can
841 yr will open for collection on November and dining room on the ground floor. life a burden. be mad: al any time on inert notice. \

AL first. I am now ready to furnish infor- Furniture and fixtures are all new and There is one remedy that act directlyon 2S Caata Ronald Trip to .
: mation relative to this tax. A discount up-to-date. Can be leased for a.penod the kidney Doan's Kidney Pills #*> KISSIMMBB PARK fff( 7 '

"" CorresDondenci Solicited. W. S. HARWELL of two per cent will be allowed on all of five years, with privilege of five owe their word-wide fame to the fact J, M DAVIS. Captain PhoM 1M ,
taxes paid during the month of November year additional. Splendid opportunityfor
.. C L. BANDY, a first class hotel man to secure a that they havi cured thousands of cases
( REAL ESTATE 42-4t Tax Collector. business that will pay from the day of of sitk kidneys and cured them perma-

s riORJDA'REAL ESTATE( fOR SALE opening. A large number of travelingmen nently. Follow the example of this
, : Notary Public at Large visit this place every day in the
Big Bargain for Quick Sale. 'year, and the town I is filled with tourists KisBimmee citizen.M. .
i a Beautiful winter borne cite situated Office in Beaman Building during the winter months. Full Cosner, Muffette street, Kissim-
4l', Five-room house, three rooms plastered -
: iE In the Lake Region oj Florida. KlSSI MEE. FLA. r two eied) two fire-place, two particulars to interested persons. Callon mee, Fla., say: "I feel justified in THE PARK
''' a q Trucking and Panning Land. In large porches, located three block from us early if you are Interested in a giving Doan'a Kidney Pills my endorsement -
'
of this kind and will
1 <' or .mall tract court house, lot 75x1471; feet, twelve proposition the we for I know from personal expe-
show .
property. .
; flowers and you
trees,
r bearing orange H. M. BREAKER & Co.. rience that this remedy acts just "I
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY house, woodshedand
shrubbery
C. W. Griffin ; poultry 84-tf Kissimmee, Fla. 1 took Do,,"'. Kidney
f I good well of water; north and east represented. :_O'rEL-:
'p LJat;your property with me for quick front; splendid neighborhood. This is Pill when I was suffering from backache I.

aaka. _. a fine proposition and can be had for The Kissimmee Library. and kidney complaint and I receive
FAMILY F GroceriesFRESH $1200 cash. H. M. BREAKER & Co. ed benefit." A. ROSE: Proprietor
--. The Kisiimmee ,Library offer to Its great
H. M. & COB
Price 50
Breaker subscribers a list of '''over four hundred For sale by all dealers. eta.

-AND- A Nice Gift Package. book by the beat author, any or all of Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N..Y., sole One Block West

178 KISSIMMEE. FLA. My "Express Box" Of mixed citrus which you have the privilege of reading! agent for the United States.
i for only $2, which secures a tingle : the Doan's ai.d ot Depot
MEATS fruit packed especially for the holiday Remember name- -
F membership, or $5 for a family mem-
trade and for those wishing to remember -
) i ILT .TS'r.EB friend distance, containing or- bership. Capt. Trench, the librarian, take no other.
Z.31eze0: at a
$ card for RATES fl.OO A' DAY, OR $6.00 I
will issue you a. membership
M1I .' ::s:1: alialmmee'ta Every Day angea, grapefruit, tangerines and kum- the above amount. Library in State
Hour i* the best Rift offered -
I Delivery at Any guata, package.zet 8-tf A WEEK FOR ROOM
''''QIV".U :CruJ.er Price $1.00 b. Bank building. Notice.
Patronage Solicited Klssimmre. Mail order solicited. H. IAND BOARD

t l U prepared to drillARTESIAN North'Kiaaimine Phone No. 8 R. entreet, Kiasimmee, Fla. 44-tf Subdivisions Wanted. Notice is hereby given that the City
receive bids for
Council will curbing,
We want subdivisions suitable for \
,7rp, li WELLS Notice. town lot anywhere in the United 'grading and paving a* follows: Em- J

_ JENKINS & tYOODIIAM Want a position a* clerk in a good States. What have you got TBLAMCHARD I mett street, one hundred and fifty feet
in section of Florida. FRANTZ REALTY Co.
i any tore; have had three year*' experience ,. north of the intersection of Stewart and

: L r J......... ; am now clerking, and also assistant 39tf Huntington, W. va. i Broadway streets, Broadway street

4''' .Ten jean;;lot successful Well ) furnish postmaster reference at wanted.this place.1 wantto Can \ from the intersection of Stewart and w. L YD.. DUZO ;:
any Honda
j jIl
., r, k' Drilling I. *r Guarantee of myAbility spend the winter in Florida. Address Maps. Broadway street to the intersection of

4+' !.ryl to 'product the beat Surveying an41'Drafting W. L. Watterson, Bukerville, Upon receipt of 25 cent at the Valley :' Dakin avenue} and Dakin avenue from '
v l14 recnlta. Virginia. 43-6t-pd Gazette: office a pocket map of Flonda the intersection of Broadway to the l'I
oy ": ...nre will be'tnalled] to any address in the & of the Atlantic Coast I,
," .1 . felted State We can 'also famish Line railroad according to plans and o },.

'X WELLS A SPECIALTY t __::, . Notice ia hereby that the City will be glad' to estimate on sectional map Clerk' office. All bid to be filed with, ,;
kind I the.City Clerk not later than Novem- ,
\ Tax Book will be open at the Citizen of any J 'I" ,
.
1911. Council the
i' \ her 7thr reserves
FRAtttrNirr' HAu Bank Nov. 1 1911. Tax ,
;
,
OmCm on paren'take ; and all bids ;
'p toreject
right any "
b. Box 844
: notice and be governed accordingly
.
R. A. SNYBER, Old newspaper for sale at this office J. R. GILT! ,l

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f: !1ILilARDILAND' SOUTH ,'SEA FASHION 'I ,. 'Hard wic.-; -= '","" *_ 'ea&she;: balaur i *. of tbcpltal a toe a shall t-1,[ -Order Publication;' ''t' t I. "

: "You lay, goodlojCHOthing thIng! parable la reek property labor' or ..", Ieee ,: . ,cr.0f, "Publication. _ _
..l'D '
a |u t ratuatlon.io be fixed tor the tneornoratocor the' Clrtttlt ottrt ofnnder the _.t1t jtiheial .
Dusky aid 10 the of
The the citizen to the the Seventh- Jadlola'
< NatlveB.ll.s Have Queer tramp.. .)Vb7 director at a neeelu to be called lot: that: .firault and1r OsdCids'otintf! SiU.of if
kllens'of', : News from Thai t Thriving Ideas About Dress don't yon go to w\ rkr* p\arpOole, P'O 81'a; .Pitrida., .Jar I haun.ry. .! Circuit no. In fr oI County, Beat*o .

' 'Settlement and Its Vicinity It would be bard. to ,Gnd a spot where i' "Work r said the'tramp.. "Do yon 'this corporation shall exist for a'perioa'of ,, C. assinas Stanford all eomuplaustmt pe,....... C'lalmlnc, va ). a.t: tDlwretl'Merrlllaoo ,- R.. \arw.
: the subject of 4ms doea not away the Imagine*,'that walking from J
:L: 'r;t4r..Jefl.Bukel'.and two sons, Claude feminine mind. TcTtke world at Urge to New York:' twice a' .year to lea* aooaeralaaolved. FIITH.The acoordiuf. to law, aialnat above kuown all othrr and .. .=d".tf.-I.:: than::. *the an. 0..1 I poraamrouwr F. H..1,}Bltl Ulead to from Remove

?\\ and Benjamin, and Mr. Roy Smith 1ts.Observtnccauies: either a great i,pleasure r*-Detroit Free Press. balneof corporation shall 'be conducted defendant Interest in the.property In his bill deeortbe4. the above aamed 'la Title
I I.y a heard of not less than three (R) or .. claiming aa int4Jiwet la
$L started on a hunt .a few day. ago In or-' cteaf''Ot.pleuut'l. or a, good store of more thaa AVe ($) director*. -A moriiy) of li* r1; all bam It may roneern. property In this blU :
amusement In the category of amusement .I. j toard of director ball rlde lu the Stale of appearing front the worn bill of ran plaint Sd, l>efen i.. d.r to I b* od the ground and ,ready for I .. Florida, and ItS Preoldant and General MaaTec, filed In thl canaa that there are persons Intere It wy affidavit tee bill
I Action when the frame law expired. may be placed< the proceeding of : .' ;i SALE and .Kecrotarj shall be resident ol aald *...... ted than in the the property known Involved In thl ."I!. otaer of app la .b"apP t" tha 0}
FOR d.r.nlaota..nd that the the .
the dusky belles described by, Beatrice The Board of director shall aeleot from among of d.l..ndal.bo..redeDI of the
of the Island people eaitad on themselves a President and General name such persons ao U wrested are un- 01 and
Some Mauayer.toePie wb.
Orlmshaw her known the Jo uDkuof.
in book .. to
-In the Strange \' ldent $ and 'tr.asuiwc. One complainant, and that relief I. over age of *.
, wild turkey one day this week th. donor South Seas. txinon tnaf hi.i M btaht -ot PrcKldent: ; and prayed unknown In said bill of..complaint' clnt, such .1} I* therefor.*ordered that the aon-realdent

" Mr.' Will Wetherbee. FOR SALE-40 acres of truck land I la I ueaeral llaua Br, also one person "rj hold Use It I therefore defendant d.f.ndansetbamaid WJUa.J. 0_ J. Herbert ,
being A lace trimmed garment of mine, ofDim of Vecreiarj a "| Treaxurer. '. I ordered that all peratn elalra- and Otto beaud they
,. 'Mj. J KT.-Milliard's '0l'ang6 crop is usually worn at night .under the shelter Park .Gardenfronting on Shingl.creekl .' .. bald Board of Directors .h.U..b.".the..nthor lois an Internet lu aud to tbe followtof described are hebJ rur to appear.. the bill of
; | a little over a mile from the It; to apuolot all ueovasarf. agent of Ibis. cor- r.1I.1dt1.I::: In the oouuty of Oeeeola, 11. cause on o.before the
" being gathered add. packed,.ln'' hfi new of sheets and quilts, went to a Sunday city limits; a beautiful place for building uorstlnu. ** btat. sect i ,-- mBexlnnlnc $$55 day of l.o.\19IZ., otherwIse* allcga- :w
f\7 Sooth Sad 47 degrees East': '
up-to-date packinghouse by Messrs.Ligbtsey morning church as a best dress In a home; can go from this land by Annnal on the meetings fourth Monday o( the stockholder in pwwmberlnnarh shall beheld of toe Went corner 01 Lot 4 In Block 18 of the acid lions> defendanla.of ._...- aa. : confeasea. . by. f .f' .

and Robertson. full daylight on the person of the laundress launch to the city dock; alto good year at th* itrinclpal offlce of the oorporationi south the Florida Railroad oompanya survey, of -It I* 'ur 01e that this OM.' be plib-
road fine wells be ort branch office, lu' the fitataar Florida townofKiastmmee'flty and rannlt a Kouth liaised eight week
Messrs. Paul Yates and John Over- Intrusted with my wash The wagon ; flowing can to be any selected by the Board of Director it the: J 47 decree East M feet North 4H decrees East 60 'HI) In the KlMlmmea Valley eaws- '
side had on any part of the 40-acre tract: feet North 47 degrees W aat M feet, sOuth 48 d.. of" '
funny was so conspicuous that she I hour of tan o'clock In the forenoon, or a. noon paoer publuihed In said ,,
street have been on the Island the past reproof she ? flowing wells now ,in operation; thereafter a* practicable, at whloh the Board gross \\ eitt M 1etil being a part of Lot 4. of >etlon t hii114th day of October .
plant for Messrs. nejer 19t..tb; deserved.:.. fenced with hog fence 15 of Director shall be duly elected b)' the stockholder twenty >, In lownkhlp. tweuty-nre (8cAU. | ANTRi'a E. DonioAv.
acres
few days packing egg A certain. flower (toque made of pop- acres ; (29)) South of Ranv* ttrenty nlne in cultivation; small house; the very appear to the complainant' bll of Br'Lla..T.
Funk and Fausler. The by-lss for the govtroinont ol this cor- comyl.lot JOHKSTOII.D D. C.
pies, a bloom unknown In the Pacific. buralu flIed, on before the Robs
best trucking land in Florida; this poratlou ball be adopted at the oraullion or O, F. Kribba, .
'.We are glad to slate that Miss Irene lint drove the of the Island thereHu niarr l 111):1): to-wlt. the 6lh d..f Pebniarr. ._ olio 8lel"'r 41
..... women JandLls rich.easily cultlV'ated-undl'r meeting ot the stockholder'- : or-a* soon- the laid bill alub. lakrnaiotuiljased. -- _:
Hilliard has sufficiently recovered from half distracted with excitement:; then laid with the clay which holds fertilizer l'nUllh.llr.r ad orsi-slasbIk' suuual. meeting the business It Is lurtlier ordered that thta order 1M pub- .Notice orApplication I f ..
''' led thirty-els ladlea to and moisture a fortune can be Halted. ome: 5 neck for tWe2), ) con. cutlv Ta"ied
bel'.recent Illness to ride out. native appear ; of tumid corporation shall be conducted.b> the week tu Ihe KiRslminve Notice la hereby that 0 .
1 Valley Qett4 por-
a
I
The Ladies' Union Aid society met at simultaneously at a dance wearing excellent . made on this tract of land and can be rntku\i Jolinanu.Ing Pntaideut naiaed i.urmoii..tidOmcer l Urneral : Andrew W newspaper pnbltMhed ID A.I.I Osaeol ocunly ol chaser of Tax jly.o NO. 814 dated the 4tU
< Manaiior.
sold on favorable terms of payment; *n ,, general olrciilAtiou In said' cotmutrltne.a /* day of Nov.e A. D. IMM, has Bled saId eertiflcate -
!
of Parts model doneIn Vloe-ITe lleti' Uai Forler fee :
copies L WIHtwr.
the home of Mrs. Ira Wetherbee last my we want to show the ''land and Introduce rvtar au.I"rl.ItA'lre., sod :the lollonlnit dlrwitoiH .. \% Mill H. l-ic|; -Judireof said CircuIt tur ole., and ha mad applicationfor
double scarlet hibiscus from the Court 'Ierk tax deed In accordance with law
and.niy name | thrreol. and the
!;
Thursday for an all-day meeting, dinner the purchaser to the owner; hereis sidrea J Johuaou W. I1.11 I leer and official of thefonrt, this Blh day of 6 tobcr A. Bald certificate embrace the following decrlbed -

being one of the good features of bush.A a great: opportunity for a finn In. Davis For er 81X1H. V lull. AHlHFak:. Di>MtaiK: property situated la the County of 0 1.ceols. .
wedding from which unfortunately vestment. We also have some splendid [>::1..11 I Clerk of the Circuit Court State of Florldau to wit:
.
the features of the day and which 1'1>e highest amount of Illdal tetiueaa or 1Ulillltv The Ziorth.a.L the Northwest
good By EL.I;>ABRTH JOHWHTOK. D C"Q
1 absent the Qnest Pinedale outside the o
I was furnished farms just (his rnrxirittlonl| shall at *u> lime )! -tjmeUHhall I F. Kribba, solicitor I fur coinplalnaut( : 41'I2t quarter of th. q..rr of Section
all seemed to enjoy. display of native dreaa hat took place city limits; some near the site where" not I>K more than Two hundred audFifty 2s. South, a. Eaut.; 1.r..alP
Miss Florence of St. Cloud who' i is the canning and evaporating factory, Tl>ull au<1 D,4Jars t.30 too DO land being aasxsed at the dt of .
fourteen I
that year. The bride wore
BEVENTH: Notice of Application to Sell Real the IUU.D0 of emh oertlacale In tb. 0(.
teaching our school, is giving the beat sUk dresses, not all at once. Hit one is now being built; these lands varyIn V .
The amid residences of the aimanrllxr
price according to location. We names Estate. Unle.Ides5oatoabai' b* pedeemedae-
of satisfaction. after another, changing her dress to these "rttLlvs of Iuuorporatiou logrtliier I
'
law wilt
also have some nice residence lots, cording to tax deed laaue thereon oa
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Warner and two again and again during the reception very large, beautiful location, monthly with each the are as numtwr follows of hrtn aubKirllHd o b%' In 1'.8'1.To the Matter. of the EMtate.ol C. A. ('ummlng. tbelithdayofovamber[S.alj) ARTHUR B,,OQNEaAM.Clerx A. V.IV11.. ,

daughters. Col. Sterrett and Mrs. until the whit. spectators. were fairly payments without interest in Eureka N...... KtMtdenre tfkaro' W'horn It May Concern Circuit' Court, '
giddy. addition. Nelson Realty Co. over Andrew Johuaon Sanford Florida :2M I Notii Is hereby given that I, a* ex-offlPio,. ad 0-1. County, Florida.
Grimm, of St. Cloud, visited the families <*. L Mil tour Han ford. Florida Due tmnistraior 6f the estate of C. A. Cummings,
State Bank. 44-tf D. O.
Funk Citizens Davis Korntar Sanford Florida Oue deceased ulll present my petition to the Honor 1ILIZABBH JOHNSON
Mr. Wetherbee
Mr. and
of aril* Judge of the of the :
flrcuit court Seven
JOY IN THE SCHOOLHow ---- ----- - --- --- In Witness hereof.. We uve hereunto ..etour
test Friday coming over by boat. \ hauda and alflxel, our *(;al8 this K th da.ol tu Judicial Circuit, at DeLand." Florida, or
FOR SALE-40 acres of land less than October A. L). 1:111.ADREW.mS4SON. wherever heinsybo found, <.n afoudav, the Application for Final Discharge. 4
On Monday last Mr. Ira Wetherbee Bea'VAnS atth day of November' A, D lull, for leave to
Infant Clauses In Som Foreign one mile fjom the court house; 20 [ 1 In Court of the County 'Iom4da.,

returned from Way cross, Ga., where he Countries Are Handled. acres of bearing orange grove.: 5. room, W-.. I.. MILTFEB FOR-THlL [1 Seal"Stall' ].. nell at, tbe I'oblio following or private described sale for tb..ymen'resl estate., to-odel.Is 0 Coenty. In .o.. Stt o Time) .

bad been attending the United Brethren house on good land; cheap at $10,500; wit : .
bad been talkIng -
The man In the club All the Interest of said estate In lot 8, block NotIce la hcrahy .to el1 whom It may eon-
will of this land
conference. He reports a good time politics with' the school Inspector grove soon pay price ; SlATE OF FLORIDA, of Idoiado Hulxlllulou.: lot 6 of block 2 of o the d.of. ,.anuary.A. D. 1111 lt ,
I If
valuable day 6'1 apply W the
more
every ; "
growing bury Park bubdlvislou lot H of block U"
and a most interesting meeting Rev until that gentleman declined to discuss OHANOR ColNTVhlirtied I Judge of said Court, as Judre ., -4
worthy of the closest invellti':ation. f ., ... ,., . ..... :...._. .....M_ ....... O.>..u. .......... Randall: : ol! K."II1.. . t.1olo'h the_ '.! CnI aa adrolnUtratw.of. = ,
"g. .n. "9'U' U"u" .. dl.
J. D. Wyandt was elected presiding elder the subject any more. We also have 50 acres of land 6 acres .u. viueu one n. interest in iota v I. inn 18 or
and that
authority In aud for said atidMLati' ;
utility block 2 and of lot 1 of block II of East Nebraska TI B ..
for the Georgia and Florida confer "We'll talk about the youngsters of which are in bearing grove, balance personally appiared Andrew; Jolmiton Height* Subdivision all In the city of TampaHillMborough my final aooounta adrnlnlatrater
themselves for a change" he said. on splendid land good for groveor \\ I, Milteer and Davis| Frat-r, known lo Insto CoIInt3r:, State of FloridaC acid estate, and ask for their approval
and will still fill his Dated July 'th. A. p> IHIL.O8CAB .
ence appointment be the |Mrr>onMwho executetYthe foregoing F. PBKVATT.
'Do you know that both In France and trucking; a 7-room house, good stables tharur aud eaU Hckuowlvdvtd that he exeuted Kx-ofDolo Admlnlalrator the Eatat.okC.l A. BAss 8r.AdmlnUtntor..
lit l this place, his next service being Belgium reading writing and arith- ; 1 mile from railway t.oWfmilel <' the iiine for the imvHaud purponeH thero- (dimming, lieceasedO 28lmeOoMaHomes

November 12, morning and evening, the from Kissimmea; price $7.000, favor In stated F. Kribba, Attorney!!. 4.1-41 II "
metic are being omitted from Wilimems my hand and seal of office at San
and to which all are cordially Invited. subjects taught In Infant schools? The able terms of payrpent. Wehave still font Florida tills 101 u day of October LI. Order of Publication .
another grove, about 15 acres in bear lUll .
THE LADIES. children are simply taught to-be happy ing fruits; splendid varieties of different I Notary """lIc Seal] In' the Circuit Court of the Seventh J'i'l il"l .

Instead. And when they bring their kinds of citrus fruits, 45 acres It <'. MAX WEI.L. Circuit In nA for Osceola county Stale of
...
Votary I'nlilU State of Fiorid.My Florida In chancery
.
dinners to school the food has. under of good land; 6-room house stables CotnmiH4ion expires April M: 1512: .

VVINDEMERC the official regulations to be put Intoa packing house; less than 2 miles from H. C. Stanford complainant; v*. I. 1. .''

must be labeled at Kissimmee, price 9000. Still anoth. and again all poisons claiming wi It, ,'rrlll'j, '
basket w-hlch
under the said J. I. ,
oihurw!
NOTICE OF APPI.IOATION FOR LETTKR8PATFST : Merrill or < ,
of about 8 and 60
! the school and set on a special shelf er grove; acres acres against all other fnrsona, other tb-ii theabove ,
:
of land; excellent new house of 9 known and named parties c'aliiilntc,' u :
Happenings and Doings, Comings and In a clean. airy place. Fancy such rooms and basement; good stables; Notice i I', hereby Rive" that on the 27th day Interest lu tbe property In this b11 I es,'rlbed,
In England! Any old newspaper of ,Soxemhir or an oon thireaftor an pOMMhle .defendant.
Goings of that Lively Place. regulations half of this land excellent grove land; wt. the un'1*'rnlgnod, wIll app, ')' to the Honorable It appearing by affldavll appcntwl! to the bill
and any; cupboard II good. balance tine for trucking a beautiful Albert U OllrhriNt. U..\'",nor of the wtaf of complaint tiled In above Ate''I: cause. hat

Mr. J. U. Chamberlain's bungalow is enough for our children. view of the town; about l3 miles of Florida, for tie.Irtftiinnoe /of.'err.;, 'f. Patenton the defendant are non-reldenirt the Stale of
the. foregoing roponHd (f the KlaaimtueH Florida, whose residence I* unknown, and who FORSALE
well under way, and he expects to leave "In Germany toy: are proTiaM ror from the city limits on hard rORd; this ('ariu" I I.al'd l-tiud i loon and 10ve.IUtenl are all 1 of twenty-on* ears. .
play time. and all little childrenure grove can be purchased for 15,000; (.,oIpanm,'. Of K ..immec. Florida. I It 1* ,1.ve'r't: ::: : lhat the > nn'r..ld'nt --- -
Wauseon. Ohio November 1st for Win- bund the crop can be sold within 6 weeks 1 hH orlglnwl bar'cr IH <.n file in the office of I defendant, the acid J. .1. Mernl and a I person \
I
de compelled to bring clean pocket th rtocrelnri of Htiite at TalNhaftaee Florida claiming aa interest under Use aald J. J. fl-aer f house, bam and ehickenhouse.
mere kerchiefs to school and they must and pay more than 10 per cent. on the Doted tills H,:h day of (tet"ber. A. D lUll Merrill, be and they are hereby required lo appear .arm.l'uUranxe 1 tree*. 1K srrmpefrult:
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and Mr. and week. investment without any expense to the AMRK' !: JOB JSON. to the bill of complaint Died' lu this oatue some p have a bath once a from IAl5! fOR..lItR, on or before the 1st of / lh. r-
purchaser. Many otner groves with gasolIne engine irrlarat-
Mrs. Roe of Orlando were out fishing "In Finland the tiniest children nre Can 4:I.'it W UMILTEKK: wl.e the allegation dar said J.ouarfJ1I"l.\ takenas tr pump lo
< one acre to 80 acres in a body. Inl
confessed acid defendants.It 1'
on Lake Down the first part of the week. taught to wash dolls. dust sweep look suit any reasonable minded man who I* further by ordered that tbl- order be published 1 arrea ft aeiraa In sweat potato**, S-toon

While here they were guests of Mr. after flowers and so on, and In some means bus'ness: and wants a Florida Application for Final Discharge. once a week for eight (N) ooneeontiveweeks cellar house;under dp wall with gaiolln engine; Una

.and Mrs J. C. Palmer. Japanese schools a resting room. witha home or investment Nelson Realty lu ourt of the Count' Jndjt. Stab of Florida newspaper In the published Klaalmmee in said Valley county tiareiii gui. Matt. N. & acre bordering.on 17 morse uader cultivation
.. .
... Mr. W. E. Keene daughter.; Edna, bed. Is provided. so that oveftlred Co., over1 Citizens bank, Kissimmee, Oceol l..a.ed. G'ountj. lure ittoltite I,. H, Mill.luiUr Till" the Alb day of October lull ; fathead feaoadl a9.
Fla 4s-tf *. < [Sea!] AHTHl'SK. D04XOAK. Wf II Vroon house, barn, eta ;
children have a napr'-London! Notice H hereby givemi to all whom It tunyo i, .
may '
visited the former's brother at Orange Clerk of the Circuit Corn i.re CO aore cleared. acre plowed.
<>iu en '. that ou tile .With day of April. A. i), : '1 _
Bv A k
FL.IZABBTII JOIINSTOIS. 1. ( t farming Twamileafrom
Answers
Center Saturday V.tjI; final, ftppl) to the Honorable Oeo K. O. F Kribba solicitor for complainant 4via I. I .4'
Parknr. Judge uf maid Court, aa Judge of Pro .
f Messrs. D. H. Page and H. L., Lan- Wsteh. lml. fur. nnau discharge aa admlnlirtrator of --7'---- 25 acre* t miles out. near La'ilatlonLal]

daw Saturday in Kissimmee. Bill and Hi. NOTICEOf the estate of L. H. Vilitan..". deceased. ; and Notice of Administrator. cleared. An o.a I and a fe
spent the correct *
"Bill can you glwoae that at the anie titne I will prenetitfiny final bearing -. ?

Mr. C. E. Baumgartner of Chicago, timer' says one of Bill's 'YMenda.. a ask<,count for, their* aa approval admlntHtnttor 1 of mAId. estate, and lu lure Court Relate of the of County ratherinuA Judge,1 State Hturtevant of ,I 40 acres I maths eeL I aero cl ... ..t f?,

has arrived in Wmdemere, and contemplates "Sure." says Bill dragging out his Application for Letters Patent DstudOet. 2A. A V 1911 ceased,Oweol County.Notice : S 40-aere t unimproved. o
'leven A fe DROUGHT. Administrator I I. hereby given to all whom it may 1 20-aora tract
this his future home. watch ..PI.
Just
making watch. "My was
; The imilemfKned hereb>' Hirree to eoom'e ..- 44 Imo-Cmoh Mr. Clint Bronson and Mr. Stricklandof : seconds slow at twenty minutes of 4 .o<.tat.,d toKthwr for the tmrpotte of becoming 1 11,1 shall pl, to the Hooorabl.Oe.F. ( tract P PaaeO county.S -

Kissimmee visited the Keene home I day before yesterday; afternoon' and I a of Lody the Mute curpomte of Flo'and ida. the iH>Utio.proviitloiu under of the which law Order of ,Publication. bate Parker, o/Oat discharge Court. a a.* Administrator- 6 lota eloaa In.l. Zhbil.. .'. '

... f than : Uf If'. .
don't believe If s varied.more a are 'hereby accepted, A. 8turtevant.de.ceased la I from
Sunday. court 8..veit; Ju4oiCirfft and that at the lime will 8. DS.b .n A '
It's Tb. following Article of Inoorportiou f>b.llinntltntv In Circuit same I present Jr '
ot second since. now
I , Mr.. D. H. Page the engineer at thS "quarter a fttnl become Its Charter upon thu State of Florida In Chancery. mJID account a. Administrator of aid 160.acre In Clay_ '. :- I

". twenti-two minutes and seven seconds Immaoev of Letters Bateul, according to uw H. B, Aultmu. CompUluanlI .' ask for their ."pry.1 .b. , f ', '
in Sanford returning -
Jan
sawmill spent Sunday II, A, O. V
of D.t \1.
FlitaT I Diseolutlon
ys '
past 5. ,
\ N. B. CARSON
)k Monday. "Thanks, old man,": 'says Bill's The name of thIs corporation nhallbn, KinHtninieo KlUsbeth J. Blokerrlike UriuLoll\ and }Partnership andKatherlne '. 2i- uc. a m-6m. Adintnlatrator. Cheap, medium, and fancy prop. ,

Mrs.' W. E Keene Miss Hilda Keen watch Farm Land Band Loan and lUTent fendant V. tie-1 I i Partition' erties;' at cheap,. medium'.and
friend who then drops his own meat Comjanv, of Kihslnimee. Florhlt Itsprincipal
Master Cecil Keene and MISS Harriet Into his pocket and goes on his way. p ace of hiiKiu' ,., nhall he in KlriKfmniee -I It appearing by fflda\lt appended to the Bill Notice of Executor. fancy prices, but all worth the t.
themselve'/I or vkmitv Ottceola Coullty. floridaHrgnnl .if Complaint flied In the above styled tause '
Thornton were enjoying; / at Really he wasn't so particular about i o...te ma} be eRtablUhed uch ,,*horI that' Klliabutb J, Blckerdlke oneof the defendants In Court of the fount State money. ... \
Judge. of
Florida, .
Gotha Saturday/: knowing the time himself a'a desirousof '1ft'.... lu he 'tale of F I oil t.1a. or other htxlAM of therein named it a resident of the Htate In re Estate of Temple) A Minx.i ec'd, 0cc.Ia .- /
the Uniu.I Stater*, or in av for< } of Florida. but has been abHeut from the aallState ,
Mr. Henry I,eene of Orange Center giving pleasure to Bill. for be knows n<'wtr or kinir I <1cnn a mi)a} be n-lo'r.l-d: by'rfi.; more than sixty. days next preceding the (Notice County hereby given, to all whom :

made a' flying trip to Wmdemere Sunday that Bill Is one of the few million men Board of Dtreclurt. application Katherine: V for P. thin :11.ertg! Publication other defendant: and concern, that ou the lat day of uJ Elite:Realty.ParlorMra <
hi-:con W1J: I 10 the
In the world who think each that his therein named Is a uou Jeaident of tbe State of .h..1"1,1. Uono.ble Oeo
The Keneml nature of Ihe .biiriln..r. Miss Debbie Keene is spend I IK a few watch Is a wonder and who feel themselves aunaclttd by thU corporation hall he ..101. in: the county of Cook State of Illinois. Her for a final Administrator MARY .
nattered when their friends ask IOWA TO hold. bll)'. own hire coutrol work address lu .&id. elt being 4M4 North Hacrameuto estate of e 'IaZil deceased; and that at I
weeks with relatives at Shingle Creek. d..voo.; heU rnuvej. l...*nc. mortiratte jiledfccxr avenue: and that both ald defeudantM Ihe same prnsent my flnal accounts L keVi Cottage. Kissimmee, '
Miss Letha Palmer was on the sick them for the correct time.-New York .. .>hAUxe cukivaiw. elt"'i (dluh Improve aol are over the age of tuenly-one years; II In .s amjol.tr.to. of said e..tt. and. ask for 4\\
others Ue ltal in and dlb.Lloe of real e.''atpoisons ..., therefore ordered that saId defendant be aud
list last week and was unable to attend Sun. I: : ) and mixed proptru and any: ritfht, are hereby ri-qulred to' appear to the Bill of D.le 00111.1 1st A. I)C.1911 A. MINX '
iuierot or.tste tu them orenfofhom,. with- (otnp aim filed 'lu said caune on or before Moc> ,
.*. School.Mr Caught H.r Secret. t> it limit.. to .mounl. and lo any and all day the 4th day of December, A b.. lull, otherwise 16-lino 6 mo Administrator. ':- Ih
I tiling propnate for the d..v..lol'meot of the I said bill will be taken ---- -'
tbe allegation of I
....Ralph Kline has opened his store Old Podklns lay back In his chair In cant**. and (or any ."d.1I purpose for which aa confessed, by said defendant.. Order of Publication \ 'i
and is doing a rushing business. calm content and. though his wife was' the sttme may be adopted ; to erect and ron' It In farther ordered thai thin order be publIshed -
Htrm t houtte. building. work and burtlliens of once a week for four consecutive week In the Circuit (ourt of the Seventh Judicial Telephone 1626. Price Reasonable ,>
The sawmill is kept busy furnishing quite near him he was happy, for she every kind mid deHoription to borrow <.r loan tu the Klaalmmee Valley Gazette a newspaper Circuit-In and for Oeeeola (;o..nly. Male of

lumber for the communitj.t bad not broken the silence for nearly; money on noted or bond cued, hy mortgage pnbllxbed In said county and dtate Florida" 10 Ch.ue"r I". G. TURNER, A. O. TURNER: I .
for p'**dtrf of real etitnte, />r any kind of per WltixMK mr hand and official' seal *a Clerk of R 1-. ttarlug, .. 1 .
THE GLRL.S. Dve minutes.He ftonal r'ropafly: tocarryou a irtmeral real ea laid Court, this 14th da) of October A. D 1V11. \-* I j. 1.
__:..____ bad been married for five and tate rent and *:ul.ectluu Rife"*"v : to act aa real [Seal] AnTHtnK. DOHBOAH, William J. Green J. Herbert 11
estate broker and amenta for the purchaM 4$ 4t Clerk Circuit (4Jurl. Green Otto F. Inkelman. I RemoveAll
Why H. Didn't Sheet. twenty long years, and Mrs. Podklns sale, management or di_)>o.ltiou and eels of all persons other than the,[ <8111; from ITURNMARB'LE

"1.1. ,. dear," remarked Mr. Goodman almost dally during twenty-four of thins of prol..rl. ftal |M,rKonaxl and mixed :'to above ....me I.rl., c aim Title .
build leaxu. own cqtilr I and operate t/Dtt or Notice for Publication. ice an property -
as he searched for the lost collar stud them bad dlaturbed the domestic peace more hotels : to i untie thu boudn of (.aid corporation In thin bill described,. De J

"I believe were right when you by a' too full exercise pf her tongue. either f* r *ale or a. collateral for money cpartmei of the Interior, IT. 8. Land Office at lend.DI
you advanced, to ini>ue booda of said con) oration, (,alnuxvllle, October 7, 1911 concern .
said there was a burglar In the house "My dear." broke In Hr.. P., thinking ; either for asia to tb. general nubile or to be Notice Is :; b''It\ that Joel Riles of 10.1 110..1 the aworu bi of complaint &

last night. It time she said< something to Interrupt u.e.l a collnteral\ iportgagtt loan, to name oUKhinan: FMa who on Aprils: ?, 19IIU madeHonested filed In this cause that there Interested .
or aieleol! a routes on bund loans, who \\ 111 rep Entry. Serial No (16ii2. for E: U of lu the property luvo ved in pr.o. oth
J'WbY do von- think- eo? she asked. the quiet "1 see by the papers ..,-.."nl this rorporAtloti, and alno certify lo the NW }.4 and Ii\\' ). 'ifKE )". Section JO. Tovuabiptfi er than the kuowu defendant) and that the '
1.--be said a* be found the that a petrified Jaw two yards long purchaser of bonds that said honda are nured South Rat-re East Tallahassee meridian names of Hiich persona HO iulereu are. uu GRANITE Co.
by real estate uiorttfan ,auaranteeiuv the pa)" has filed notice of laitenlion to make final live known to the compfnaut! and that la
missing stud by stepping upon It with has been found In Corn waIl.PI meulof said bondu and Intcrnst thtreon ; to year i rool to istablUh' claim to hIJI land above ura),d It. maid Bill of Complaint: *teN such ;
hto stockinged feet "I left a good deal "WhaU"! cried Podklns. starting up. HnOacrib.j for p ."h...., receive. own or hold d Krrlbnd' before the Clerk of : Courtat uuknuwn d..ud."I. QUARRY OWER'
for investment or otherwise dlnpoHO of a' d KUsimmee. Fla. ou the huh day of Ko\em In, .. that all prr>ona claim-
of money In my pocket when I Wentto -Non I know your secret But yon make advances, ui>on CloCk or obliKatloua of ber.ia'l.Claimant. I au inter HI or.r" the folio*Ingdmcribtdproperty

bed and there's none there now." never told me your ancestors came ludivlduanor corporations wherever locntttd names as wltuessevMlUm ; situate In the County uf Osoeola HIGH- GRADEMONUMENTS
or orgHiiiaed and while the ttwntir of such \ L t alnpljell of C oipi>ell\ U..b.F1. of Florida to-wlt:
"It's all your own fault, she re from that part of the world I"-Dundee mock bondn or obllgatiot I to havu and oxer Rose U. Hauoock of LoURhman: FlaZacarUb .tt. MoutbweHt quarter the aotitli4-vt unar,

plied. "You ought to have got up and rrtlser. dee ail' voting j>o.erii thereon, to receive T. Riles of uxhmau, Fla tot of the southeast Quarter aud lniT': >urli ofsi ,
been money for ln\ektmeDt and to he.ljh..aoe' Dan BroHitof LoII"hm..n.la, -"lion tat esiytlvu ((2t). lu towna'-lptwunty:ore '
_Jp hot the wretch If yon had lo build.! own lean coutrol charter and operate HENRY a: CIIOBB, ,11. smith of range twenty ,lzbtl..t.( do Both Foreign arid
, braver you wouldn't have lost the Pointed Advice. tramSwavm. raipay engine, earn, veaitelnllKhtera 4lf'.t Re"hl" ap w-ar to I the Comp altiant Nil. of Cam. .ieI|"1herein 'D.ti Marble
who aud Othry'telinies. and Other meaa oftrannportation ----- --- ----,---- filed, un or before the Kiilela) of ubruary and lranlte.. 'I-
money. Tuere was a traveling man once ft or product held, 1UIJ., to > of February, .
property .I.
Notice of Administrator. nd Our mill with the
"Yes." said Goodman meditatively; found himself short of funds. Ells own d or coutrftllttd by said coiporauon, or .bv: the aald till I 'J'I"Ib: : umfejnc-d Tampa equipped '
"but It I'd shot I'd be aWidower of was to wire persona or hy corporations In connentioh with :n Court of County Judge, Mate of Florid. Inre 1 14 thnt this tinier lie pub roost Modern Machinery. II .J 1
tbe .
burglar Brat thought course the buMlneiifi of i his corporation, but not to line Estate of Stella nowl"-New! York Mail, bis tlrm. which he did. In a night letter the .awe fur dolLar the buatuekb. "ot acomnioucarrtur County ,.l e Kisslmmeu Valley liaMtte a 0..... "Our Specialty" is what you wat'j -
the situation and asked : to engage iu, prepare fan or bottle Notice la hereby given to all whom 11 may paper published,," In said Osieola Oouuty Q'! gen ", Building .
Napoleen and ":iuliua--c.ar." be explained manufacture for Hale any or all character roncrtt, tbat; on the 4th thy of Jauliary: A. l19U > .nl clreuletlon .acid County.Wltne Marble Iron Fence Coping leumsetc '
: vegetables Hud fruits or extr etc rom th..naine ; I aball present amy annual<: .. Administrator .a JauieM t. I'.rkln. Judge 'of said } 1 1f
Bonaparte was one night at the play to niauuiaciure caua or tM>ttl..H or mIeetoeftrr of the ealalu of Stella In Parts and It to be "Ju- "Uow shall 1 act? cohering or wrapper. for hipmenl nud pr..H..r de.,ca.ed. to the Honorable oeo V.bIarkel and tbe otd..I.of ..I Court, this lab day of
happened The next .morning he got a day message \atloo of mieh manufactured pro urlt for in rket JUO.IIH of said Court aa Judge of Pro : October, 191. ., i iI
lbs Caesar." Talma performed the part which'was nothing If not Illuminative and to Hell and diNpone of much rannandbotlleif : auk for their approval; I fSCAL \HTIItftK: DORKOAK, f 935 Twlggs St.Tampa; Fia
and a rapper to Ihe funeral public, '0 Dated July :3. A. D. lull (Jerk of Circuit Court. ,
of Brutus, and when u.. knelt to Caesar : erect and operate" one refrlaerMtor or A. K. UROIGHT I I By RL.IZ ULTH Joiis5'ros, P. I I I.I
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I cold .do'Wr..e: Administrator < u. F Kribbs or f-r .- I _______ : .
and said; ''GIV' u* back our Ub- "Act as If you were broke.-San i I ttorage tht-refrom plant: to 'ootiatruct mate 01'0 of, aveware by prod0o1 .* :2* lam-4 mo*'pd Sole cmplalu.u' I t
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erties," the ace la r nations all over tbe Francisco Chronicle. house ana engage lu a general ....bol1.itdmoFtbandlrtluu
or coratnitMiry bUBlneni.; tu ova -
.-*'house were so grant that nothing could and operate taw rolllH, with all' Ca-cosnary machinery I : -i
heard tnlnutea. Th. Uplift. 'fur the manufacture of lumber. audflnlh -
be OB the itage for many .
aaiii. to mauufacture crates and other LUMBER ATH8 MOULDINOS '
aH'NBL"
mother ask-
Bonaparte meanwhile was'taking "Is she a help to her building material with power to soil and dia.po .
td one woman. e of manufactured pnxluoirto erect one or I
snuff In his most violent way, ?
wore wharves sod dockg' and to uetii0 .*...
. which he always did when a tated. "Tea. Ibdeed. replied the other. for the purp<>*...of tbfc corporation or to rent
that "She has taught her to say 'culinary or lease same: lo purvhaae the Mock of othercorporations
. The next day be sent order that and to take over and operate the I
.play wa* not to be acted any'more..;.;; art' Instead of -.cooklDlfExchaDCe. iharta-r and privileges :of auyojtber corpovation -

Journal of Hon. ''Mr. ; tepay fcithe property or paosefauyother )
qa1Tert corporation In the stock of such other J
The Division con ormtiouor the bond. of stictt other corporaiton tc'1S
i Putting/ en Style. He-So young March and his fatherare or io smock or bonds of this corporation. .

"'Well. I never!I" carrying' on the business? She- as may btate be of necesnarr Florida. ana .lawful bf the laws ofth (Formery.MoNai..&Sort) ., 4

"What'. the matter my dear!" Tea. The old man runs the business, THIRD. r Dy Florida

-; ,"Why, cook says..that. those ,people while young March does the carrying Tb. amount of the capital snrk of hU 'orporation l-Upcurc Buidoi >

,wbo UTe in" that Insignificant Uttle on.-New ,York Globe. IOOOi.O.OO I shall be, One divided. Huutir.4 into Thousand oo. thousand Dollar : Shipment mal to any part.or the ltt. Our 'tk' mae from .the best timber 'I 1 in FJorlrfa; Isnfactured 1 weUan : .

. hone opposite came over here 'whl] shares of the par, value 01 One Hundwrt and an carefully graded, and for \ o er for.carload lots.are exceptionally: tfocd.**** V

:'T[;we were away and were photographed The 'most; changeable things In the, capital no-loo! Don.alock fit shall(flO .be 00 parable> *each 10 in per lawful etiot of money said : *" ..t-*:

t*, aittlng. oil. our verandat". -Pearson'. *.. World are the course of waters and' the of the United! b tat: '". or fa property: ov a..prla a. ,. S . ,

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"; [he Kissunmee Valley Gazette ". WILL RESULT... 'j, which omttlm* .r..of i serious. char St. Cloud
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r .. co....... -:-- : i. Att. .. ctr... The fluvor: i i.! poor and. thi pulp' ,

4 i'\ wfjl.JIAR1jh.l: K4 tar asdrPror'r, In Untold Benefits to this Section fiber. (Mon brcom.s woody and dry, --\.. ,

': S 9. 4, PLI\TT. Aaaoctate 41'.1'. ,jTh. d.l,,, irtmnl beli.v.s th. ..l.:ojfliuch '
. ., __.........I!""" ... ,' ..a, . ,,,,'h''''_',' -r -.... Of the State. "j pruduct I'. prohibited. under tile! T, <\ ROBERTS. Correspondent.Mr ,

''t \ ruu.IKO IEV&jtY.'t1 :;Pushirnr. steadily; Into the very heart I Iof I I Kania food and drug law and will .

', .Otf Ot in Vane QueUe Dundin. lb. KvergMe: and 'opening, to It,. i j content th. a1.! ar'ofterinaof.uch forhale O. S., Watt.a.wbo tue
roUNTY,n.A.J. .. Chats:., ,Martin A% bookkeeper in..th.
IUIIII..IIoI. _'.9'.A wnrktar/ drtrel.lwornt I a a.w ,rmPiwoffrtf. ) In nib stmte.iLocal ::!
x ./t. --- :-::=;.c: land and magnificent forests an :|I .... .---.....--. .-- First National Banhasarrited. Itj I
gtipatttlrTltN ..AT", wa with much resent that our citizens
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the work ,
t '1 owa..er.a. ..." . t. /1 \\10 s"I, army of men it hurrying oi-' f': Overflow learned of Mr. Martin's resignation* t f
; 144. ..py.4..w.ik.-.. .. . .-.S... . . ., \ipon th. Klssttnma Valley division (< the his 1B4N6PoWDEIJ
---- \ During time be held potlUon{ he .
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\ .{ .." .-............... ..-, '''''''' ..wrwult..wlslawsatwth.wrnve...... the Honda, t F.ass tVast railway tyaix i' was a most courteous'and efficient oflV* '
.... ; haw bM'ml".I..I..
? : asit.s,- -' miles of tfrade
iLL, 1 ttti'INr will IMI' ''. r.tut w l wwl'. c>al', and h" leases the verVlc of the r
ttvper'\ \ This .,. of the Valley. Gatete
t -N! anvther vijht| mitt evfl\l.\- i ue rontamo -
.: ; /.11'11. Venipletfd t. nineteen miles of rail over one t) tr.Nral a' 'M rW.h'aN ft. Ktstteu.r. site.uJ .. rspike---that', ROin' "ome.We ''in St. Cloud. ,
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a..a.el.wtw.lltw.ti.n Ukl' and/ much other. wwfK.doneuiHrlntrndent '
.". .J -.", Mar of Maintenance' andlien still. have quite a number of our '
Friday., No"ft"cr 3. 1911. / \\a\ K farter. ,>f the Florida Llluatrated' . t\laifuin. Kditutn on hand, The special, mettfngs at the M. E.I I
: which w e will mail to any avMreas in ctwol.nU..t churoh are well attended and will be' 41
.. i to:.;t \\.t l railway, u chief cniiuwer in .
r States for :s cents./ Now U a continued for two or three w klhmjl'r. MAKES HOME BAKING EASY '
irharyir of the work He i is conalantlyJin
swat time advertise this section and
T1).. I.1 1VhtiPf \'t t twehly-sit ,v'r welcome.MVM .
. Everybody
clone touch with thin wrW and hi\\a reports all ran ..**,*,,1 by: .rndingout" on. or more ,
-. .. ___ 'vtJ.aurdbtthrlt: l.tMttlfirta, +rtrr. tlir. -- MVM- '
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copies of this migtaiine. 43-tf
sln, ahead; with
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hat 1
last week show (be result ,,< careful w ( \ ,ll pushing: I 0

and, trlin.lakn; K w\Mrk utt the 1-1 f ttt splendid. t"r. .\lr 'and :\IN. O. U Holly of Ilowand F. P. Wentworth and wife..- '. Light Biscuit

d\ nave tvwanls I There h' aiprv\imatl) on* humlnstand llty. Mich., ..rrit'o'in Ki&umme tuined from $ochc,ter. N. Y., where
it
. publishers, and will twentv:rtw milo of grade: to I I'ej l I."t week and t will spend the winter they have been spending" part of thesummer '
t.autituMud
'anractind: atte.itlvM;. t>> that and 'possibly Kwate net*. They areFmpand Cake
j before the ww r.r.-a.1: and part of the time at York j Delicious
cvmptetrd
pr\'*sive city than am 'thrrtigtn I I'If" j ; with their oki fnen\1s ..ndf'm.r
rvaohvn' Tantle titer lake OkeechotneI '' Beach Me. They are' now at ttwirhomeon
hN Mr. and Mr. T. C.
.,f rivwrtlautg, that "HiKI" , be e i ivK nei 'r.. t '
.. "J j I, sn, ,t.thl, test" terminus. ,)f this distance, FVuta iw l rack ,street and are highlypteaerri Caroliqa a""nu. Dainty Pastries
of Orlando\ rlatnly i
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with our city and people toO far.We .
been MnpUttfttVre
mile have
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et' owe' Mrr \\ altv>" amt Kell; rr a
b 1lahl that they caw catty pity > | i arer'IuirX'1 to produce portraits Fine Puddings
tI9:: aC hass. der\ 1I.+uaami .r,"' ... ,%( 'this :; distance, if f Iwrntv.ftve' n'iUaid doer that are rtRht and oUr long expertenf' *."on New York aTeaue. tl Peter ,

r'litrsn mailutK, them to |>arti'- in '! tern flutes of rail, laKlttowu. .. Hy theJast i$ "back of even picture we make. And Lamb who came.. here from PaU. .
of the week rtvrtei that the you Are .*.un>,il of a 'jexxxi likene and Mr. Lamb well ... aed Flaky Crusts
; N.\flh.n trot, \\.at.lr. "t.I... I Ir it i is is pl with our wondi -
artistic nn .h when we do the work." .; '
rails "UI t be ,1own to itui'uota: in Or- : : town ,

4 Th r. was a tuft .....h..n" merchant III 1 I Iw .'-.:'" county The t''i':..if"'t-M\t......, o...r .. I Ndi

I, ni'c tit 'hi. .t..w j the St: J.'hns' fI''r is .......11'n.t- ,, .. .i\a.r Yx w w1'rk ..'-- Mr*. Wm. Krap i*. quit sack at her Tbe only Baking Powder made

.\r "tt"n,1\ ,, wait fojr thr trai. t.r coweto : sit in.C..'" .t' Some at Kun.iynwvie Hotel
!: Mr O > Murdovk \Pauctt u'a.' the :'
a,' 1( h'I1'1%' that tint. >.. <+'t now. Thrtr air 't' hlln.i",l and! tiftrrrmen t to..r-. this wer#. rrrrwtr el! N.rtuatn. from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ; rt

tl'twvttlavt} h.. .:I>.wne', Ke*" th.t the ir' the ": redo" 't:: 0: an,: "''th' :derla 1an.'r.l rj \ >"'f .t o' time rer a Mrs, Deck 8.>....." !etas been an" tie --,

4 man with. KMnelhw:i to .*U fttxU it *lmJutety -. it\t: Ct":" and! tl"i.! .,,:" rrsairr.t. \.f K "**.":n'I r MurvVvk! seek hst. for I"$1 few JIIY
sets that t K* Kx'w-! of rt''tter vitti
+ out tied< seekIhr 't This n.i',.'ar t'",' .to w'tT.t,
I nevassar'ti I >"X'TKii\ that! i* m.ku.'Iu.b' I.n' reas as
4 IH>'''IW.*. H. must irs.'h thv. >ov.rm . ai thv" # ,\t. theIts .tl\ ,...."" w.- ands" Ore. and prw<''woc. _. will Ea'r' Retard Chkt. of L. kU.i has been
(,_ the winter sea'-..*. ..,*...* : '-.. ..- th.. ..t . -
.... ad 'l'rl\$ ,t'i ..C. t. 4 sa. t.'s'utatrr H' CW\' .ranunx
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It' r syslrmalx I a :'C.: CK'tai vtsrtor' for a few days.Muth ;, '
si l+"II %, h"'h, with' I" amt I imrrr.tl' '-= rv\r ,b Kt: .\..t rtttwav> *v\v..b t.> Par Tier Farr a.ie.d fo-t vrv 'nr" t. ... ,Ilbt In

rq t than with th.. a>tv.nt-: ,, .,t ,.1....re:: ''rat t .t..h-" into v'VuHk.M ; r\vn Mr W t P Howe) 'r of A a : : ':t'p to tk eu t.xido. .ti><... t.. .... i . s 't ..uU \". :

; .., the r If...... with I hw" The tratin.,: t'rr.Ir .- \l.1\\ taw" fltii. will trta..rM" aRrt, dae! : was .n tiny tits last "''wear burarc1 tmrn'rement' c, te HN'of"" !u Kt-*.: ree I'xrt .crteu -t tliswreawttharushtoKcsurrrwe wa.t. -(. <" ,:. 1. "r d. . .' '. .

,. h tr. \If.1. itattarw+rs+tsd.5 the tetcks trtwr'n tlx ,\\" t .w s err .r aY th* v.suvtte a fraterral teatr: tern steele the t.ast: few rays. :_ !: MessrsSeaa or J ,." H.- ..t' '} .re ,"
'I' tw4tuirr ... Hwril .s ..n1 :tlwara3yr mar. to.., lad wt.t trt\R !>..ar"i of SjVNX p 1 "'t.ttt' : -. C ':t.- FVtt .. . .. ,, Mr
N- "a'wu I Isrant.. : "N"" ''''\* k t.\ Mr itrtrr to" a. Ytarxt'M : < H r 're'c" fl' h r. e 1 later ,
'ftwy want to .
teTte S ofnear
'IC: a -un rG lo the
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1" Nrwx tIM .xvwjvi'',tIn ; 4 t.thi-" t'j*'_$$ I. \'t h",', few aftv '\* +u. fairs Mra., Sea: UL.sf tw.r! -'-*- aV: .as ""s'd ,- .. .., n. >. .,' J.. ),I. \, .. \

i the ,.,.*....J.rvr: o-tfvi'r tvrttrs tI."Vt.t stale H. .s !" ,,$1 ( .-t wttk FIc'a E -,:* I.." '..r I' '. '. ."..,,. tier at L,

o : >..,: (rr a :ov ('...''tl l1h>tt.rr ':., .' ..-.. ..,;-.t'::< rat u:r ti. t't'-t' Tr rrasq...eralr t o at to..o l'u VE. .fgti*..t: a .*- -vx'- a r< .. u' .t>-r..f. ,r.- ; ut't,: . T' e tieit ..

Q1d11 titdd _' t't.- !'... .. ,- .. II'* a-use"r.. tits. w&. ,\1{ '- srara .: : .. -..... '.' ,,, d '
tta..t"r art tVw w'5t. :'OJ : i" :? ZVTFOVL 'mil 0 h: 'f 'r err a. .f: r '''''ID-
f. 'I t ... ,. .:.rt of rir. tmt tr ? ", tkYt a a!yr .... '. . \\o.._
So* tkut a tar'wiai Ktvtkat > a as .!liI mw rrw .vtntr' o v-vx t' >; pfor :V.v S ; ..r a axtntvr trw ; ( : .: I : :- IIndb"d
ad : . ; u ,, f. tits owrV.W' Part cos tetete f: "vw;' I,-at4rJd \- spate ,'f'tre 'P'<.o>tO- R PARK ,, .
"wre4. a .CIN of' twdn+ $ .4Yriatti + "'Made Ft .c e't : MI. **,r *' a a lor ill .t t r "rth end of
i f.",rr}'art ".! ties. war\ :....nr Tmail. -rt ...*.."!*- Vcwt a4.: were teasteata. :.
_"fnl and slat. rartawtartl" lrranavs Sw.'g.-r's laid! q qMrs
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.... .. lM h.-, w to b. ........"" ., w 11rr11a1t tSTT!.. .....tow ,.f f' -.t... trarersr.i Lrwr : stars!II't: flat Ksrsaa.Sts'vtsra-.fit. .Mr t* _Fc'arr .-:< .: w S$ not inn. :.* :S: > o c: \t. rtSJt I Local Told R..rrl..r'. sttrr a' : r.-.art: of

Jw, tktxk "r a Ivrnw ltwi It' t-.w. ,tt.1 "" .r r :f '\.'. rl'f..r11ob s: r.Yasn wi tits .'trtrtrra m tkwl stawe the -***.. wetv "E te\r A- prr: s.t : ttapprti 1S UtrrcstiBcf h \\'I r"'a. K.. tae ho-..- .,' .":It tiiat I

,,t. twWMrw'" wet! of. Kwnewtrw aiat \r. Iw.a.rw of te r--# c( Letxa,, t ..-* ret+e t..t *xcee 4 e.-rat,1:1I.- :.... TLers me It, o.r Cogrsp0.de t.ti he Calf'S HflUH'' .In P..U1..r took
><\ <&*i rv'< (tax* aew fcrr era.'t o,>f da..it rw>. auto: kvbd frvo Xusiarre, Aa.ter the rn to fl..Tr.ll'lj! h.ar<: Sunday to
!f 1NltswK' hart at l> ...t*>* TV w.:lla4 \'II'i..oa f'a..o llti+ait fc*.. ""v* SwR b.l'rkini tw :; . ter narkLtr >- 5.. r"w"A't" ass ._t k. krtr after .J'\o"" Clem that 'm SV.t.r\ t 'J'1"aDp
'C --
i ,t.,...... wale a V A, s ..v.
_M .. 'ypn _> f\\r nr.ttre tnr+e. ckl 'eke :Mr t rt4.r a.-atvr rr.vets5 \ \';"""... Mawwa. rvtvmtv* Tfrw w_4- ex cue g. Mir IX.K. .. PrxvraR I'. Wt.sa:C r-.etrr n..t ", !'t .- Acn atre d.-'aentee' at the M..tbodt.t

IM .vitae" ,.. -.........-',"'- wit) R't .rN noise: sx'" wehdi (vcrdt tv tsr. frvexHf Jacartrttr: n. "!If asd ti' t. +"ry 1loer1ar etroca. 'F' e-i a chant Sutldav.3lessrs ;.
.. Lrr-n and K'-jl' U' still
koa. 6atter. Mr .
? al4ke M atvat aitav..tlsia s.' clNN. is .,...... trwfrx tcnWtu \,,r7i K-w-otjjicArci>.. V: L.i that: far..+ alt wjtv c- .3er u.r eat T.Bee's.weer : lst.-.. Th.&t.: .. cur ,rr 'a..trA'f s ;

r brf rwJafwvi M the pnt. +te.ll Ck'I'tI'f" ,' > fr ve v.- xt Ow: **.** Mr V .wx? D W ar-tRit.. .d K jati I a .et. tacsYt' t3.reti, tt .:.....c.tr. Frxar e9 es' . <
w.., bb'. Ivnn* fwnn. ti: r...c*. 5.oc: ::ee l Itoro'emeraa are .1.., j.r.g at. and .
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tf' WILL >VfDSOON.Ur. . aTetYSte.i" tr" }'s'etae ad ?.rat. tG.arklt tf.ee Ce }r lel.T'Yyatursx. .- .ec rears the fart w e fJled'y '
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\ s tMr' wwl. "'U'. .. tetww a d.w l.e M : t3.t idt.rn wear Sey.-e : ..furse1'nr. ,
tiaras s.rle :! :?tea w'... Lis t." .- tasw )lrG F &u.. 2. w-.tn lX s.J"fu r.:0:
] 1 w..tain ttatg'eof at ,, '
:t i aw rnai "an :-.a.rb-! Mr Prr wai'tattr" a' Sr m Doer
atrc s+rz lax: ar xLtwtar
r t.)I G. .... ltulttlatltt> Nd. tift>!(t : ..:era tat: *tv>rr. se'iJ etc k mgr 1:%>....: .:m.. .t.... -J. Dl'Y'YjIVwr :eat 'w 'rf P.-, : \\ "-kw.a ... r.t I

BiasAMn'rt I V- t..T.: at n t l swe. .'l Cau.httY 'rvm K.4 RLT-lr tie CSrv' I: .-.- tl;
A T. FV BC\h. u F. His t liNt.
\ ,:. )act a--Ty 10 n... ct'tla .:at ._ tit Fi.err t.rniTa s.r.a

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tb.. rrt rtty hf t.W .. t icar li.T ii a rwtt'.tt '' tsOrc f a t.t. ..cn- cs Rita
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r' legoa'> 5-r" rwavrs a sLJtr atrtaiarax
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f .. .Jatwag' ttvvrt .Ett4 Fr p1r w.croft p uses t.rt Tar .tIt ,*atlivat at ats true! :ie a :vm.tr.iwaban.. krrr air te- I Tae1LR.! a' ."V .. dsac t L... a fat; : BARGAINS

., ...'..... .q. ttwt aN :!: 'aa.lltry.rat.1....: f sJ a tratyr+t .i>.lv .It u... KrTSSre.. :raw- taus srrtai1t w.sa rv wps d sis try was n.swi.t a..s tar ol l4 arFantd'etnrewe MILLINERY

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I \1/1.*. b" )RwrrJe +tt m A.irt M trio'f ., ..iar thtewaasl arcfmr'tmm .. tint. M ni I Mr'*. C**. 40L ['Matt attsvitba '. ree, tSrrstart.. J4aer tar: 9jag i,.\ t!trntnink steak n&* +erri aatft f.. & n" were (3i. 'to rig now

f S 4 .g milt Ir a thr..t ...,a.4n;. lest: lira y.r...rveAeat. iia t9nr a. T bw I." +c.nMv. 3t4nn.Mthvtm*, .a !rawik qo. truea..wleou +r l.3tstb..ct _1.1II7- ri'-A. 3tt 1'Istflr I rrtuili sin idea\I . .. $2..2S to $3.75

_ ; S:"' : tlaid.1 tint tr.trtw> ITiAIw. + r .tAF I WM'I. pl.Ne bitty. q.rtb'rtiitfrhraaw *'i is tllydr: b>rrlaemr tutee rm Dah. -", biome b paetaitr qE 'ft er.omiaera:!! tsar mus' =tneni: w"t : itifcce* arj fl settee.. .were. *3 and ,.

h hrr,. ir-+at b. aaYrAl itArJitOitr .a blieR taliycif'r .. __ rL-lets ) a1>t ]t3. Pw't, sir w3nN croststts iC .ri a vttm n.&:* ami? f.i, rHII' $1.50 '

vbr'wirtr..s itNAa+ .-..Nu.A tr'Mu'te tt'wmla rd letter )t Xa- llro'iSt tvtt'hat WlfC'' < ataars 11'-1 ]<;;1a.mta.rrivmm :. t S .iCHLDR i\;\
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st t1V: : bit :wan isaaa ::to&be! : ww1ve 3
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4r ; .. tam ate. 'iIv MRS. W. PL FARMER '

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The
No. n. local' market is now well stocked I

with fresh vegetables; and green stuff .
PUBLISHED : FRIDAY Is going to norther markets.. by the train Kissimmee 1 v
EVERY load every day.. .

'f w. B.--HA..AI 4: . Rev...and' 1dr.: A, Mi Chishojm' of Baptist Church


Via.;. :::;,'. ._.'.:....-._ . Orlando Mre Chisholm'spending parents this- 'week..,Judge,here'with and .. '.4'. '. -.-,..,..., . .. While present stock, .

u -- rJ..DF.arker; ;,; _t....: ,
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l Weathereporf Mr. W. El; Overitreet returned home .JI.' IkI .

I last( week from Texas, where he has .. .- ,,.:, '

',4 Following are the dally temperature the been past engaged few month.in the fruit, business. for SUNDAY, NOV.' s, .19 ij .t lasts We are ,selling

and precipitation as .i.. .. I .
I Mr,.J.. H..Prevatt .is uprfromteecounty :
; reported 1tf, Government where he is- engaged in, the I .

station at Kissimmee for the steamboat business, spending a coupleof Sunday School-9:45A M (

week ending No'(. 2, 1911. weeks with his family. .

."1 BIN. LAIN, EDEN ? Preaching' i >

Mrs. J. W. Tamplin' D. B. Fink's, 11:00A. M. 7.OO P. M. PARIAN AINT .
Friday :. .-. -89 72 .25 .
Chicago, is soon to arrive in town, havIng -
Saturday. . . 86 71 .70 been'engaged as trimmer and de- '

41 Sunday. . . 80 68 . signer by Mrs. W. H. Farmer.! '* _,_._. i- r I

Monday . . . 80 67. .12 __ _____ _________ r
.. Mr. C. R. Jenkins of Minneapolis, WELCOME TO ALLMr. ______ _ ____
Tuesday . . . 82 72 1 85 Minn. has arrived in the city and accepted iL

Wedneaday. . 80 69 .10 the position of stenographer in ( guaranteed
gallon
Thursday ... . 80 67' . the office .of the Hunter land Co. every ) ; ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Boles of Missouri ..
.
Valley, Iowa arrived in the city Sun- "
day and will remain throughout the George"Mawson brought to this
"--- winter and possibly permanently. office yesterday a bunch of rice, the
heads being about eight Inches long and at the low price of

li Mr. Geo. M. Taylor has opened a grocery well filled with grain. This rice comes .
THE LOCAL FIELD. store at the old stand of L. M. from the second crop on the same land
,, Marsh & Co.:, and solicits a portion of with only one planting the first crop
i the public's trade. See his ad in this having been cut for hay a few weeks

i issue. ago. $1.50 gallon ;
______ __ per
Parties out on the lake last Sunday Mews has reached the city that Mr.Geo. .
report having seen a number of sea W. Hopkins has sold his immense
EDEN ? gulls, which are supposed to have been realty holdings in the eastern part of .
blown inland by the high winds on the this county to a firm of Louisiana capi- '
.' "No Trespass" sign., 18 cents each coast. talists. As, this .property hat an im- (Excepting the \Wihdow Green ., 'a
at the Gazette office. men*e amount of timber on it the pur-
.Our packing houses began workingfull chasers will at onTP- tablisht several + 4U
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cobb of Rosalie, time this week, and from now until saw mills. .-. '
spent Wednesday in the city. early spring train loads of oranges and i -
grapefruit will leave this city every' Caot. C. E. Franklin is in receipt ofa
.
Miss Mattie Miller spent the week week.EDEN. letter from Mrs. Irene Alderson at II .
end with friends at Winter Park. Eleree N. C., saying that she' will leave
? for this city at an early date to remain e
Blue Ribbon ice cream beat in town. ;
Sl-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. Work 'on the building of the canning permanently. Mrs. Alderson spent sev- W B. MAKINSON
eral months here a few years ego, dur- :
factory is being pushed as rapidly as ,
which she made friends
Mr. and Mrs. Med. 'Reed are spending possible, and Manager Spawn says he ing many among
the week with friends at Bartow. will be ready to operate the plant by Our people.Mr. -

C. H. Gray and son of Kentucky are December 1st. Arno Kritz of Lenoir, N. C., has : COMPANYSpecial
the recent arrivals in Kissimmee. arrived here and will remain perma- "
among Work on the jail is being rushed as
this visit
nently. Mr. Kritz paid city a .
few weekswill
: and in
The County Commissioners will meet ally as possible a the some months ago; at which) time he purchased I
be to
to countyin
over
session Monday. ready tqrn of land in Kissimmee
in regular monthly on a tract
perfect condition for the safe find
Park and will now put his ground in
Crushed Rose Perfume the finest proper keeping of prisoners. condition for planting: citrus fruit trees
on thistnarket.! : .Kiseimmeet rugCo. 3Hf andJ. and vegetables.
Messrs. John Boyle, Clay Gourley
EDEN A. Bowman three of Orange Cen-
EDEN ?
ter's foremost citizens were in the city 04
Mr. J. J. Hall of Ixmghman was Monday transacting business and getting H. M. Breaker & Co. report the sale price on Doors, .
transacting business in this city Satur- acquainted with our people.Mr. of the 10-acre Breaker truck garden


day.Miss Annie May Bates will spend the R.a"Tew F. Behr weeks who ago from came Oberlin to KUtsimmee one road mile, to Mr.north E.of L.of the Lesley.city most on This successful the garden hard Sash and Screen DoorsFLORIDA'S 0"I

the
week end with relatives and friends in I Ohio has accepted the position of book- irr has this proved vicinity one and;under Mr. Lesley'sable
fTampa. keeeper at the Osceola Lumber Com-
still
it
management a
wily\ prove
pany, and entered upon his duties on I
Mr. G. ti. Do-by, of Haines City, the 1st. greater: success. y,
transacted business in Kissimmee yesterday : who ..
Miss 'Elizabeth Carson was
Mr. C. W. Barrett Is again-able to
i
among'the number who rode in the
smile. The "missus" returned last .
Mr. D. E. Hendrix of Tampa, was in week from Turner City N. D., where Glidden tour, returned to her home in
this week attending to business this city Monday. While on the trip
,.the city. she spent the summer and Mr. Barrett Miss Carson was the guest of her cou :: ,
matters.Mr. says be is again having three meals a
sin Mr. J. R. Sandlin of Jacksonville,
Daniel Kelly of Orange Center day at his house. and reports an enjoyable if somewhat :.01

,.was shaking hands with friends here on Mr. E. G. Gilman, of'New York administrator strenuous journey.
Wednesday. of the estate of the late .
Messrs. A. J. Knight I. S. Giddens ,
W. C. Parsons here this week, and
was
Misses Nellie and Ruby Wilson ,of left this in with Mr. Bob and W. S. Entzminger. constitutea '
visited friends here Saturdayand morning company of prominent Tampa people who
Apopka for South where Mr. party
\ Jno. M gjLee port,
the
Sunday.Mr. have been spending the week in
Parsons had large realty holdings.
of the a deer
eastern part county on
Will McLaughHn spent a portionof EDEN ? hunt. They arrived in this city last .
last week in Tampa undergoing med- Sunday, leaving for the hunting grounds .,.
:
ical treatment The regular winter residents have begun Monday afternoon. .. ,. : ::,.,f 1 .
:
to arrive, and in a few weeks our \ ,; : \;
EDENT!: streets will be filled with those who no Col. J. L. Moon and daughter Miss ', .

Orlando longer desire tQ spend six months look.Ing Eloise ,returned Monday from Lithia .. ,. ; ..:., : :Jr.:" y'>
W. Groves of was .
F.
Mr.- '
at snow banks and hpvering over a Springs, Ga., where the Colonel went .
.'in the city Wednesday. circulating among. base burner to keep from freezing.: I. about six weeks ago for-'the benefit of .
acquaintances.A his health. He returns to us greatly
mercantile Mr. J. S. Barnard- came to our city improved and says that he feels as it:1I8: JMliDmB'(
pood-well established to box 316 last week from Troy, Ala., and it only well as he has at any time during the j
business for sale Apply ,
required a sight: ot the place for him to several -
tf past years ?
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Kissimmee Fla. purchase a tract of land in Kissimmee \' .
Park. He has begun putting his groundin The Downing Realty Company this
Rev A. M. Chisholm will preach at residence for sold fifteen of landjustsouth
shape and.building a week acres
the; Christian church next Sunday morning himself and family. I of the city to Mr. W. M. Evansof 4 PABJK .
an vening. Missouri!, and that'itentleman has
Co. and Dr. S. W. Downing of the Downing ; taken up his residence on it, the place
Meet at Kissimmee Drug '
me Realty Company reports the sale this of cultivation anda
best being in a high state ,
and we will get ,a drink of 'the week of two lots in Prospect Park to good dwelling and all necessary out-
soda water made. Sltf Mr. W. D. Frace who is a new arrival buildings are already there.
from Kansas. Mr. Frace will at once
...,. Miss Nora Stubbs of Bartow. is visit- begin the erection of a handsome residence EDEN ?
Iting Mrs. H. T. Bass at her beautiful this .
on property.Mr. ...
home on Main street. Two important sales this week were
E. S.. Kimber of Kansas City made by the Downing Realty Company GARDEN SPOT
Mrs. G. F. Parker returned Saturday Mo/.arrived the city last week andhas that of a highly improved place of i < -21
from a month' visit to- relatives and purchased a tract of land in Kis fifteen acres near Carroll's still, to a
friends in Ohio and Indiana. simmee Park, which he has already bgun Mr. Townds of Missouri, and alive-acre .
getting in condition for -planting a citrus tract in the same neighborhood to Mr.
EDEN:
.|J grove aa well as he will begin next Frank Ellis o/ Topeka Kans. .

Mr. W. B. Crawford left last night week building a residence.! r
Miss Grace Townsend of Interlachen,
for Gainesville to attend to business
,
EDEN state secretary of the Christian En- .
matters of a personal nature. The choice of discriminating
Attorney R. G. Johnston his ca- deavor society, spent a few days here pur
Mrs. A. B. Morrison, of Tampa, is public was called this. week, the guest of Mrs. J. W. Mil-
pacity aa notary upon
with her ler. Miss Townsend was on her way .
pending a short time here '
Monday night last to speak the words chasers. ;
.
to St. Cloud to attend Christian En.
friend Mrs. L. H. Ingram.Mr. which united the destinies of a Mr. a ,
deavor (:convention which will be held {
A. E. Drought St. cloud'a hustling Hinely and a Miss Purvis the ceremony at that place tomorrow and Sunday.Mr. 1- .
being performed at the home Of Mr. J.
res.1 estate man! was transacting
business in.the city Wednesday. H. Branson at Shingle Creek. H. W. Thurman has moved the
frontedon Well worth visit those who
small that
All our little boys and girls can make two-story building a by
Mr. F. L. Woodham and sister returned Dakin avenue in the rear of the'garage ,"
Monday from a three months' their chewing gum money if they will to the lot occupied the Inn. and

trip to England their native home save throw the into tin the cans garbage that their,box,mothers for the in future it will be used by aa a sample will wish to see a proposition that is in aclass r ra

V Mr. H. W. Thurman, proprietor of I canning factory will buy them if they be room made for to drummers.the Graystone An entrance at the point I .

' ((the Graystone. left Monday for Phila; : are in good condition and have lids, pay- i this house occupied which 'Will be a by itself.Kissimmee .
'?J idelphia, to attend to business .matters. ing from one to two cents pet can. great convenience to the guests of that .

The School Board will meet in regular The ladies of the Presbyterian church famous hostelry who will arrive and depart
will have sale of home-made bread, by train.
I monthly session on Tuesday, when a "
... .
will be of. !? plea cookies rirMHrhnilt and
.important matters disposed Next Layman'a meeting will) be held
:I
other good things to eat on Saturday,
the Methodist 8 o'clock!
Mr. GUI Smith, assistant cashier of November 11th at the manse from 3 to at at Sunday
the Citizens Saturday and I 6 p. m., to which all their friends and afternoon, and will be led by Brother
Sunday with friends in Savannah, Ga. the public generally is invited. ; 45-2t Smith, one of our converts. Twenty-
two members were added to our union
EDEN Mr. M.. Kate returned Sunday I I last Sunday and the services were exceedingly

from Baltimore, where he was cared uplifting''and encouraging.Come .
Mrs. Roma Thomas is at home again last week in answer to a telegram announcing out and assist for one short hour
'from a.month's stay at a sanatorium in the serious illness of his broth.er in devotional exercises that will be

Orlando, and Is greatly Improved inhealth. Zadock. When Mr. Katz left Bal pleasing in the tight of God. A.. S. '. rJ* .
\ timore his brother was resting w.lI. Nelson chairman.
but a turn for the worse was taken Saturday ; ( ,
Mr. J. H. Bryan, manager of the. night, and on Sunday morning atr6 ... \

...i't ,last few Zantee week.dips Naval with Stores bii family company in this spent''city a news I) o'clock bussed Rata into when eternity be,arrived which i: I Valley Land Company() : ,. ': : '

[here. STREET HATS ,
I .
'u.... W. H, Norton has returned to \
I'' I
XKL: &. Malth9dn writes the Gazette '
Kiasimmee
after absence Itreral! .I
an that he and Mrs.:' I .
h 'Ib months spent.with relative* and friend* Makinaon from are Pittsbttrjt leaving that city for Los in silk velvet, and felt. H.. B. HOUCK, Resident ManagerKISSiMMEE
Alabama. I < .
Angeles Cal. He asks that the Gazette No two alike-Colon:' .

t /Mr. C U.'Pittklr one of St. Cloud's be forwarded to them at the latter black and white, white, :
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Prominent eltiiena, pas In the city place! and adds : "Wecertainly blue, and iT.". Choice : .. ... :
tittle visits to Kissimmes. FLORIDA
shall mist our y
I. ,
business
: ;Wednesday attending to private designs. ,Prices? from' ,
pattera.Messrs. . but shall always be anzloll8lrlntere.tecIIts : ,
,. . in growth." :.When he has been in $1.25 to $3.00 . .t.f
:J: G. S.'C1emana .and Ai Itw California long enough to draw conclusions .. ,

4. guI Chase. earn up from'.D..npon Mr. Makinaon promises to write . ,..,.. .. ''i t
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:I.. Monday and spent the. day looking. th. owtt.-Mst...lmpTessions"of, that MISS MATTIE BANDY: a

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Report of "... ..* /laet .d t>y the Tai Collector.] Duplicate* or which 'I *". been filed with the "
County Judge.for the pertod lwgtautng l on the /prat dsyol Clob.r..A.: D. 1110, endnUln on the
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c. No. TO WHOM IJf8UED FOR1Ut' I-a.-----From \VbeD To wh.n."--- ,8th, C OWl ,. ; ,



.I(1 W Mar....h. ' .. ....Mer b.nL. amt..tOlk(, ilk0J( {\ct.J. tl/W. Oct. .....11111 f f,00, 1 t: :
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grocer 0,00
Yl t .. .. II /)() ,
t 0 wN'Garner. . . ,R".I..L..n.. . . .. -.... ., lA 00 a OIl Bicycles Wagons
i d J J John.LoIi. . .. MnrChoit. amt stock '1.:00: ',' 3' 1110I .
/ Jack-... . Barber II ..b..I,.. ".. .. 011 00 .
d J w Cbllea M..h".t, amt e00ekf \ .00' ,
fl.\l" NW
KtClou4DralCoDrngala.slut' RlOCk I 601) I
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t 6Or' HEADQUARTERS
16 00 -
II V B Keller. . . Cnde''I" 00 60P :
11 G J Outlaw Mtrabanq" lint h PLUCk IIO) ., '. A ItO II f0 I ,
10 A It Drought '1(100 I .,,
M 1(100( II till r
Farming -
1te.I..wt..le ..nt "
1 11" .. 2 1\0 FOR' ;;
Motor.
12" .Agt Nat In. J .' ,. (10(1 .
13 L A FloTd. I.uurb counter
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y 1000.1 10f6 '
I' 0".1. Lumbur Go. praulrllJ mill .. : '

.' III H U SLauford Co Merchant.. Cult.. ..I..ck. II'!,'I'OII"'11I ,. .. UO IIO U. lei roO' Supplies SPORTING GOODS Implements :

f 111"FHlewaou .. .. f,ON' .1110 I'Ill
d'x 17 ,. h II I JO 4 00III i
1M .ROM li.v t.t6F .. L . .
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4' R 1 Bllth'.. IhtrtM.r 7 ch..lr.. .. y fl, I r.,
Wereb.1. hut. ..ata'k. ?) .
4i h 3: 01 I 5) ,
Mre. N Rbi.o.. ; .. .. .1 .I'll' I I",

:III l'l.Mettle B.ulr 1I."n M"reheatamt ac".r( .to,. kSAC' .. I 10, J 'tl Ammunition Guns Rifles. Field andGarden
.. ? .1 I IlU/ ..
tlruggtxt. N 1"0 ;, .
rJ Z tti1 r.nn .. '. Is. f

S' 21l.DO IU..ke I.llnrb Merchant OOllllier. Pmt eta k flsk' .. .. r. I ht H 0"' ishing
:/AI Baal & I'orlrr and Rifle
} 27" '.ri...&i rar.r .. 01 1 I"' Equipments Hunting
fo ''OJ 1 10) ,
:2n KI..lmm brunt 1.(1 !RruYIti i. gnu .1"" k l.9Pxl
i W Marsh5'hddru( 1>I"'II..bl.t Plat ILbp J I II 4 ,.I Tackle
4.ar Juhn) I' Klrkw.,1 )lorchant hut rte( k 111-' .. ,i '"I I \',, Coats Leggins and Puttees
I. 'IIT "rlln! "lor.14..4'lu"'l.. alllt. .tot k 1'".I .. . II ,OI, 1 3" Fence'Camping
1\ 1" I I'
-tore ,.."
.I! Icy Frill .r. grocer .
all:! CdyFr.dl "I"r" Lul h rnuttt.r 6 ,0' l ,II.t
Mrs A Trlr M..rt haut cull xtiN k $ I. .q' 1 S6L Outfits and Athletic
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OS Mt'4 1 ('sflnlarar I..rt.b."t Pen k 1Jw (0' .
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Ornvn gr.eer '
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,P :c S C W rllflll !>t"'b."JUt .tQCjc II'H'' 1\ "00 I '4 1 -
0..0 j VI'' I 15'YP Sewing Supplies /' Painis
<11 C W 0..11111 Ilro'.fr
A II llb..rt )InrJ.hlud. amt .t'k I&IgO& .1 .o', I iii'r' .
,
4\1 ( 0.\.0..\ Pnllea Worming ho"o,'. I'. rooms S utI 2 SDel
Hotel 110..1. (0/ rooms. a I.r I! 1U' S' .
Hray.tone .. .
n (! )1014111 Merchanl.Mmtrl",.'k .IUlAI .. I.' 1A '" Machines and Oils
t.I" I.>recu gr.ncr J.IU ... iI.H 1
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W 8 M1ktnwtl C": )IerrhMULrap" .,..-1 fl t ..M' I I', 1)1'' ",
d tII J 8 R..I.Jlt( M..h'1 1.101.to'kd(' ' I"' I I7 "
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.. Jnaeler' ..' ? "

//7 6' 1 II Mak1UMn I.. Men h..t.,1. IL*." k tS' b. .". ; Sr Oi'' ,I'
(, . unto Hanlnare0 $00J 11I'' 1 O
40 W II M.kln..n t''n Unul"ally I\.h\ dealer 6'''M'' 50'I'. ROSS GRAVES
110 iee.da I"h.ma'y IJrulfotl.l( flint. 'o'k' S",,,' t, n,
1'I' 10'x' (0l I 9
M kemIteln' ) 'enlrney .
5 52 M Katz M.nhaut.elnt.uMk .' .o .'. 11 I 'J. I 0'11I
WI Beae lI.rb.- rheu. .. 4'' I ,
r'' ti %v C hear HI.lll1bh. l .n S 0t. '"
r.r,' M.h. Hr.i 1.lnri .Iab.... 2J h"rre. d0' .10 ,o'I ,,
I M ''tI..ell. lIank 0' k11atmmne (
IH."k .1,111.1". .k So, fII" I IS Wj ; .

,7 Allen Clark Mer,.haut, null at.xk. II'0'' .. t ,.. 1.16H"
I.u"'h I ounler S 's'' 5hr.
7 .. .. ? I I.
.1 A L.'aMI". M."nt..mL kt1O't'' 10
IO. J A l..uclater Jneen GnM er "" 1 1tl ._
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Kl Mate Bank ul Ktacnnm.e ,, ,
Bank RI'II"I.tr kAEWI, 150' l' I 'HIOI "V'LU'EI+ 1utl T"LIII

i :1.9 Julies Ilydo Ifulel. 1 i : ''':I'.I..r.: :: :; 2 'xi Nu 1" WIl\O 1 I.L'EI 1'01 NIfAT PlkPO'E I fa for 1
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IN a411Jd.N,0a' Co W holeaale ull' g5 11 x' l Slate County
fiI .. .. tl holcaeh. K."h"o d"el.'r: III ,IIII' S'''. / frolll \\ l1<'n 1"I hon :
__ GRAPEFRUITOR
On 1 1 W Do".p 1i..1.. estate 'If"i.l 10 01 5 1M'
117 W /I 11..11 \II '(0 6'It I P'ilK'\ .. 1 10. J"wrl- OlL 1.1"1"1 Oll I. I'll b 5 W' I 00
t8' a !\ I'I hUe ".. 101M' '. 0. I I" II E' 0\0.\ p..rhl"n..u upurau, '. S IMI, 2 '", iI I
1111" Opff.u( .. ", U'', l U I I" W W kerou'o I. u"Inr 01I 1 '", I
71'oj \\ Dow"lnK H..IIJ( e.(ate .c""t Ir'u1, d I I" KI. dunu K.pbuly I II
71 1 J I. Moon I.ewycr .. 10 II() .. I ;; ,hru :.,' II b..t.ollll .I"k lu" ."(K', 0' I .$ ORANGE GROVE NG 6
t 7. W II H,,foe U.rb..r) 1 'h.lr. 1 x1 I 11 .. W I l Pta I.. fur III Iq :5 I 00n' ,
I 7J: M Po'l J...nlcr I.. _, '. A"I N.' loo C., "' 1 '0AM
H A Rona U"tl, 15 rliunnl 5.11H :; '. '''. 1". ""..h I III In I... 11., 1 'l. \
. n IIf hrr.ker Reel. "Mal" aK..t .' '" ,... S ,0', r An( S' .. .. "h"u" :.... 1 IIIC", :;..
;6 C W D.nu Mnrehaut awt .t...... $f(0' ,. U'.1.I .I. do Em Itnxter -nol, ."" .. ,anu YOU are going to plant a Grapefruit Grove
77 W'tters CMrsoU (.r( , J..b".(,II Ilnht'rr 1"\ at.' '.11I) I (r I' I 's1I' 1 IF

',. ... Co\ M..b."t. Plllnlllt .I u'k .. .. !., !\I-, "t 1I.Ie- )L.rrl'auL, Mint. .t..... .k "'IN) .\1)1'' I VI ___ or .an Orange Grove. buy your Trees from
/L3:!;h,2 c 6 !U I D l"l; C ( ) .)., ? '.'.l : 511Jr. I
'\, Se W.le. & t..r.onin.. C It 1'env I I"I'' 0, I (J1: I ;.: the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries
:
'1 brecn Mr.n err J" I I7'J I. .1)j JFFent; 1(.."' "l .(" nM"no) IoW' ryl QUALITY COUNTS- fromus
K1ue1mmee; \ Lumber Co rsw mill 2 ,ao. fool dairy !1" )Oc..L Clnnd Hute: II,m.' .I II nrnn4 i. 1501' .. 'MI', ything you get
.. .. .
"I.... (MIl Walton Po.I.... LUII'b counter .5'r.' 1 M. II 1.8uu.e: )' Leal rotate 0401. t I" ..MI) 5 (0)I
.KI Wood & Aldldge 5lerchaut amt stork 'I'MMI"'' "., 3 0. 15"K2 I !I I'I WI\ 8.) II: HII" I.ra'n Mroeer' .. .. .1 1M'' I I0 make it possible for us to produce stock'that. has
..
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I (iron grot ere ? .1 1M. 1'. ,I I.I 1\ IIII 1o.lon: J.." .. .-r .". 5 01, 1 61'' no superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early
1t.1 KI..lmm T..lephon 21' l ""trolllnl !11..1, Y. r ..i' 1'1') a1, S ."
Company 1.lel'bou") Errhauge, !I"pl"'De. .. .. !16 E.\ A A 1i..III" L'L h'.0uutrr 5 ()I' 2 'x. Orange isfar superior to the Parson Brown.CONNER'S '
.. I:. 1 ; '., .
21! ; th It 1111"... T'UI'I''
.,
M 0".1. Hardwere Co 5ton.hnut. MIIIOUul .teak .. dur4.' -III. .Lira Sp O. l II" PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT ia the best
.UI._.I. 00 ()O I y'1r'AS !" H"nry I .flnld"u Lute.1 eounl. ..r IA) 1'4)f ) budded variety now produced anywhere. We have the .

K..lmm.e. U..ln and ( .' "t .1..11.1 Pulrlt I 1111'w. largest stock of two-year Grapefruit buds in Florida
8uppl Co Murebaub ant .tooll 1h I" II a. .i 00t 1.1 I.e la, 1M)'. 7 taus .I."ty 10 ,1(1 5 (m)
!ill Kka.lmmtn Grain and .. .. '!!.II II W VIelleet 1.Onnc.' 4u'nt"r' .' 6 Oi' t oJ"I Write for Catalogue full"of Rood Ideas and practical

t >!uPI.I' 1' Co Green grocer .. .. 4 Oi' I '0K7 Edna: ..,,1,11. P..III."uUL piwt.r'8..hr.. S 10 1 u, suggestions. See our Agent .
i W T Miller 2 1.0,1 I..b n' .. .<0 .0' I 0 !!! II D ItiMtr L.W7rr 10 Ut'' WNn J. E. MATTOCKS. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA( """
( K8 l'r-coLt & Miller" Lunch u..t..r .. ". Iv. 5. U' Or naux Tl'a .11.1. '

r- ItII B JI' R.II. R..I. entktn. Mgt.. not .. .. I" IO)0 Cn)1ntor") lc rout Pod .t.., k 1/1''' ja' ".. J I 01. 1 I.'
i 1 110 W J Rails ,. I'J .lO r. u L!I I. W St 1'111011I' 514rt haul, amt .10' k 1"01.' .. 3 I0), I 154)H .
01 B F Kalla AliIoDII/ iri. Co oyr !!. hhllaa, M..I Co Merrhaut amt "Pk loo ,lei' J(0) I 10
: B I' R. I. "'K11 "u'"nho In. I'll 2 '+ !!.. Crawfor'NI'.urZrke.Small .hnn .. SW' l .1 TANGERINE
IIa AKt Nor..h. I'u.n, Inr Co J 4', !!; AI'" OVeta Swell bna S 1M'' 25'1 Ocklawaha Nurseries

I,, 114" Alft hcutlfa h l'noD, Ihr C. 2P6 ., N Farag (.rent' 1rrer. .. :; '1 (0): 1 :0)) F LOR I D A'
t 1 \ Jt WII1.oll.. J. 4Kt U. 11"11I lu. t..u(1.. .. !:9 Hruw II ; Rnhert. 'utall .hoe"r. .. S tat 2 'A)
1Iti.. gL}toyal lira 1 0 .. l 'M1 1'10. Rahhlt F,"'11..0 Muull SNOW .. II I 01' t 61)
f7 I. I.q lrl PaUl F do. IIf I n. Co. .,. 250gg .11 I J t' Brown I'erulanent ph..t"lIr.u.r. .. S W, 2 II"

+4 AV05Wpt, Iw I'u. ".. .. l 'M !'! J F Iron n M"r..h".t..t 111)'k HI U .00 .. .. J. tJO I 60'II --: ---....,. =-. .
W" AMtAmariCag It. Co .. 2j 0() 61 I: l'r""Mhl) Agt Home Ino Co 2'

j Il1O" AMt [-III""DO bt .1111..oun .. 4t01" i 1.1 J....," .( 31.LaughlI.) .
1 .. . A"t J'hoeul" of ::1Ioookltl1" . l 5''' C.mtpaue Merchenl 110110)0k 1<.10 on") S I0) 150Y :
10\1\ ", All "boeuI" .I L ongon l 60 (15 \\ and & Wool Merchant amt stack!: llJUI"OO) A 011 150
';( 101 . 4Kt Homeof New' York. ,.. '\ 2 5fY I JJ6'ood t\; 5\ re6 .&re U .remere . t 3 W. I 1\0 '

IlK t . Act Fl.. 1"0 Coo'N.A %.. 4.,., . '. 'II' 247 Flor+da Blo.r aim . . Small nhuw. . . .. . 'f'" ? ." It 00' 2110S
Jug :: . . .Alt RoY.1 "oba'1.I... n, ? "j, ., 2 ruyob 0 N Floyd Lun..11 counter .,, ..,S M I I. II 00 II rO26g
... .Arll/uel'n Inol 0..14. a ", "".I 250 Peter M Wal.h touch ,.oJul..r. e .. 8 00 a 110'lW
107 .. '. . . AlJtD B ..ldltUty.l dOu.... \ .,",4 1". ,A: ir', O'B""TTralllblt .Mnrchauti1tntclocklotsoon.! ( ", '' I '4. ; '. 00' 1110U : .
.utyea./l }.!' ';' /'\ '\ t 1. l'i" 801 Kopl.D . . . . .Mercheotamt atcekeWlq11,: 1 jii t '' ../{H". 'G. IOU 150 FOR SALE OR TRADE {
I . Fta.lmlataagnot. .: \\t> Ja \'1'1000' 61. . :{')' I'S I'1'' ,
106'C; ... _< .. ,g 'f r 281 JW'fh"n.p'od'. . .Unc1erl.ke'. . . .. ., . :. L . ,'. UOO 7"0U .
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.. .,LUbOb ooun_.. ...' i..., .. 5110 '2'> Ju 8belb ,!hover . .8m,1I .bOW '' ." /600 2.rou :
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,' . . . 1'1 MercheutamtPtOekl000P'I .
1141 Joe "to. ReFI.uate .tlltU' .. JO ((10 5 ( Frazu.e .. .. 3 00. 1 a0
111 K U Mlei11'J .. \ 1/1 00'' 01 24"' qrtnn ..roo'"r .. .. 3 on III!
' J J l6rlItlD .O..vo Z', 00 12 '4 2\0, Allan Clark ylarher. I tbalr: .. W I (q.G (
lUI OceoolsCounty Ab.' ,, I L f 1',11. .lawyer .v. 1010' 6110"I.
alert Co A6dratt .OUe '." .. 15'O" Il x, W G brt.I"UM..d: Merchant. .ml atWk SUI) 00" J.0' I I"j
\ lit W I.Ysu Duoor [teal I ....t.," .Il"t Inyj .,, '" .olel! ,hoe 0)) 511
.. C A Phtlllp' :: :: 1 : f 25000.00 worth of the Capital Stock
.MOlChant. hint Loch j ;:
JIll J" B."rI 1501 .. .. .l..JrO. I I"lit I ,o I,)( Potriek Hxrber, lrholr 1 l I Wgl
I HDWar IIJg H "il, .rpe .If' nt .. 10 I'll' .' ", N' 11 Farmer H..l enl&tO aorent AI..II 1, P.nl 5 ')0) '>0 I
F il1 SHHutlotk AlllLoI< LAbins ( .. .. 7'. JI' Preut )Ierchaut amt 01.><:& (00,10' ) U. t I I. 1\11"\ ) I ,IMP, I 1'.0 of the Citrus Southern Railway Company
II. A t "..III. In .. .. II >;0 2'i hFKllh'1"'T.'r April I 1111) I .. S W 2/11''
0 11" A,< Harlhrrd lug eo .. 1 1x1 .'1 51 I II H..f.,1 lI..rher. 2 .,h..l.. Oct I I9))I") l '0 I 't5 :
120 R.ol .101" .c..nt .. 10 0I 6 '11( !5"I\\'Ihu.m..n 2t>oolt.bl AI.nll.I"1I .. I' .( 7.'>1'' Cheap.
J.IJ R T BuIl.r j 4 pail. tables ". Ion 10 ;40 QI'' !., Herr ..hD..." M. rrh..n' Pmt lock 'UJ0'' .. I .0 'S
I'll P A ".DO Agnew Law erm ,, .". .'. 10 ,lei. l ft w !'.7 L.-t. lS diPma) Lundl ..ounl l '0) I JS
( t'CI W'; W I eraou 'Denllg l 10! t.// S pi' 25' I 1-tnyt gnu Dtta\ O54 t I 1'111\) 101 ,IN, 5 (0) J. J. BROPHY

? 126 Fltt Nnt'f Bank 0' Fl" .. 9> A' n..........". L..IILh cuu tu April.. 1".1 2 50' I L5 I
Cloud Hank capital' .t""k' 0() UM'' '. 161M' If lnm"tt&( Trav..Ilog phntographel ) tJI'' l.. Orlando Fla.
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Ro..rt.a Reel "....t.. 7 5)1 j 7'0 .
116 T C "lIunl .. .. III 110 5F oI'U7 2)1 K P utlor( I pool ta.In -
S 1\1 L Edw.rda. M"rcll.nL... IOU.. .wek.. g"01' .. a 01'' I '0'III gal\ .bn N Motor Rail estate .K."t .. S .OO "4)" I .7 .
L :! K: P Butler .u', .. 0 ... 1 ) 1) 1\' U King .Real. .ot.te agent S'q'< 151)
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?i .. IIfJ C l' Carroll TtB'I'eutlnv .,11I. 1O I.rl espy .. ,." 31' W 17 5'II3 : Ant Bqmtabla L.lleIu. Co t 511.
+ "If P"h"r )lI"I'l1ul)( nrkr It! lO '. 0'k !.hl" Aft, ", ,It'll" (."Dt'.1) 10.

114 Bf Meek Alent 81'rlJlcll ld F e< M .. .. Conip.ny April..1. 1:111".. I
; ('.0 "1llil" 270J71 .1 7. K"bernoii . Plot machm. '. ..
Act Fidelity Cndnraruere, 250 : Liver liable, 15 horn.AKt .e Oct. 1. lifo '
4, 1111 .!. .. A&t ProvMenct W.obl&. : t'I\; )':.n German Ani..rlr&ti Ins
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.- 4n Jr.. Co . 2 5) Couipaay S l l'I
117" (lIt 1'.I.tlD. ID', C" .. .... 2t'. .27.4 "ollle'er A Wyley Bout machine April ], Mil :.:. t tl4 'I[I ennethp.ButIefl

f+ 1IIti At Dixie Ffrnln. (.0 '! .. ,2 :0, : U V Rail AKt L L ,t (i Inn Co Oct. .1.. Will".. ) ;
111I/ ". Agtlitrard Fire In. Co ? 2 rOI 2 5 Axl A tu. Ino Co .
Ag..ut WLlhlmKbn.ch City liar.orol Loa Co Apt-p I. I'' lt.
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Fire Iu.Co ; I
2 'oO l.uurti counter
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4+ i M W 1.oo.lon 0"11 ll'O""( 3 III i 15)i Y W Do..nllllr 1'.noflv.DLe Inn Co
1611 A..btoD 1 ur..utl..e Co Turpenllll"1111: llol'rl n" .. .. 100. 10 ,r5)) l1I 280LM John Kludall Asllelllll.II' rCtt.II.llyl'o Ap.ItI.IIJII"101I I I BARBER SHOP *,

Jf4 Wlllle W'flllama Slercheot..W ..tackloo ".. .". Sul 15(1. "II B UO< Act People.| Nafl fire lu I''I
,' 145 D. B" F Bloncb.rd URIepah .. 4) '(0) r, 01'1 .k. CompnyAlt Oct 1 I. 1 i'j 1 1I 1> ,
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146 W B Bardner 6ercbMUt Mint clock 611'' .. .. J O. 1'00 'l'l R O Meek (....- Klremaui Ini "
141 Roll IIuA lor""D arorar a 011 I 110U' Cnrapitnrliaraxe April )1. I'll 1Got.
$ ", Mlaugnter' 1 011 5 1M. y "O KlMnmmee Auto \:0: I I. I'lloApril :'. I ::1: Cold Drinks & Cigars
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100 I R li.."'... hr Bo.rdlUor hou.e. III 7U"u.. '.. S U'I 2 U. :+4 I II llaaa Merchant, amt atock IOU IHJ 1. 1'Jll

i, 110 E: L LePley a Co Merchant, amt .toek t.lOO"! .. 6 .0 JI Oil Zan KU g I lnui e e ModelLaundry .. ..
I 'tl E L Lesley & 1.0 Jvre'hauI, cwt 0.0( I. 5q) 15 '10 'HI Lallnrl'T .. )
.. .. .. Kissimmee .
J Merchant, gmt olock ....J. amt .nlock lop ,0), Fla
152 e I' UO 4'00l Underbill \\1..rd..uL .
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( /J6 1i.11. gro .r 'I Wv I 60 U and th.t..1of\ ibi eutrloa contained I
1 Ito John I' JOIDM Roil estate ui not .. 10 Ito I,,, tuflt Ihe forog;olu.. la' full and and compete\ ,atatod ;i :: : i : II 1 ______ n '
' 5611 HiU&'o M..h.U.ml xtoekg'''W 1 .. .. M0' collJ'"U) therein ... L'uy correctly : ----r 9.
J 150> JJ3rd
/ of County Judge Ibis d.yol
.. audolftn.1ieal
.. hands

h t.0, I&I'tMI U rJ R DUtreoCI C lJa"l. 5lei Tr..llull...henL .opt'nl II'..ta.k" '10<<1 .... .... 15(0)1 (OIl 750 1 (00 [(loon"..ALr under. our OEO.!: F. PARKER ( 1: Ja ,W. ThOMPSON .::1 1

1.' H R iUuler R..I .t.t agent .. III 1111 //I 00) C.L. BANDY Tai (' :1i
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Agent W..h..I,,' Flreln. I'I andI'ICENSED i
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1 G The home 0H'rn" MPU1laot: Mlllt .Lock ,IHI" 6110 3 II" II .
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Rrd".1I !....banl. .Ioc'k '40)
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The .eet42palydn' .. .. III 00 5 604k ,
.117 L.W ...I.b, Real estate..011"1. I III 00 5 0076 I
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( / "B Crawford l.ewjr.r .. 10 00' .1 l lf" We can fit in -
1711 J" WUeoD, Jr Y tJ.,1.... ,II... .. ." Y 60ItoO you up i ', ,.,
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W I La Ru. itr .I..ura.. sne/a 21 I O'4IOpln. 10 OIl 6L' 00 from H ,P. ;
.. to fifty
one
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Bakery (
pG W151. U".I) .. a '0 1 10
1111 ..11'2 W 0 Ii.DkLD' M6reb.ut. amt .t.,1r. .1<00" .. 00 illlifJ
j MM It L Peerpe Merchant. amt stock 11011") .. I 00 l w up. We handle the Grower
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fi a, .. IS. I Bart>er B..r. l .b.I.. 2)) I 2.\ :

Iaaeaide YeaeerinWMIUc .. Morse line -:- -: ,
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:, Cr.te factory IS 110 750166 '
? .. .. for trl..lle".Dd fruit
,/ A W "taup. 110"111111 .I..T . II no( 2 60)) grnwera. -I
who Floi-
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. Merchant. amt stork j'l want to know about ,1;>
.., 'AUred ilmlLh IIQlJO".. .. a 01.' 11M1 //511 Id.. Weekly, \
Jt L W Ferry Real ealetesanet 10 01' II 110 \ n.ooper veer: ;
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". AWAYy THE V .'. Ag1,11ae ,SWriss.Ther .
","" .! '" ,r-.. tM noted already' a7 revival: <*' ,c1 4 '-H.. x'?"s ,N''' iA'.7 eAblroxn.: .; .. ..).
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. Drainage Paslna'ef. theUalt.d the ,clvfl: war Octloo1' ,story ,doe, 09 PrwId..t..,.. vN..f'ra4..a'
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__ States., donbT to the fact .tbat.ttUs'year; eon_ -v ,' ,- "- ,,," '",
a Investigations by"the 'tutted States .half"centorr ' bejto ,
pJeteaia: since'tbo
and geological "survey 01''the erosion of
Five Ten.-Acf&: n. ......r..r 'tuo.1ne..ott1.Lt1A1Ue4 'alas of that Boost stupendous conflict1a ",Ii KISS1MMEE :
ue sTgeneratlon rAPpomatt9i" the LUMBER
States show that the-surface vt the : CO:
-country; Is being removed at toe aver.age "war story was ubiquitous. Fiction .

rate of about.o Inch la 760 years.TJiougb Ists found In'.the great struggle mat..- .

i. Tracts .,in "this .amount ;seems trivial rtal for' lifealsed novels, novelettes, I .

when .p..d'' ""1"',too surface (of the short stories and pl.,.. Readers of ** Rough and Dressed n. r.

countrx. ,It becomes stupendous when those days finally got plenty and some
considered''as a ,ttot.1 or even '10"NP.
of fiction the
> more war subject palled
arate' drainage basin., 'The Mississippi PINE LUMBER
o BEAUTIFUL and there was a demand for' other
rlTer. for Instance, carries annuallyto sorts..Consequently:the Union lieutenant l .
the sea 130,400.000 ton of dissolved
hero and I the '.Ir' Confederate
,., matter and 840,600.000tons. sus ,- f
pended matter\, and of this total the herpuVfaded: out of,,popularity., ,

Ohio-river-carries!.fSfSOjOOOr.!\ tons and But'now there 1* anew;generation HOUSE '',BltLS; ,A:, 'SPECIALTY.
.
:. the Missouri flyer contributes'... upon.the stage; and.there la a demand;; -; .- .. an I /"
LIBERTYPARK than twice: .. much. Th.'"Colorado for new civil war fiction. There is no-

riyer which1 has built uP'for'Itself,a reason to doubt that this demand will --IOlIOtlOgOgOtlOqOt10U0nOt10QpqpqOt10I1000t: : .
vast down thore.apendOd ,
brings
daitk aiNN
be supplied amply In the next fewyean.
. matter than any other river 10.the "
887 ." Both the streets and"the wooda .. ..O. .
United States, delivering annually,, NN..Ej
are fall iof fiction writers of march .
tons for each square mile of Its drain- -- :

ace basin or. a total, of 100,740,000.. able abfllty, who may be depended EMIL MACH .,. .ERNEST. M4CHJ '.
-- --- -- - >. At'1'I'.4u4' Oil :
tons; upon:to-tate adTaDticeof-tli. public"thirst Co;. .

The 'rivers of the United States carry for thrill a la war, The AjnerK : ws _
MA.csa:
: :
to tidewater every ,.,.r. 276,000.000 can .dvfl. war was replet. with IncK. as: :
tons of'dissolved.matter and 13000. dents which need comparatively .Uttle"

000 tons of suspended matter This surgical treatment at the hands of the Livery, Feed:and Sale Stable: ,
total of'' 783.000,000 tons representsmore
doctors of Imagination to be
than 850.000,000 cubic"yards of developed Agt. International Harvesting Co. :
Into readable stories. 'That"war was ,
cubic of
... rock or 610,000,000 yards surface -
1solL If this 'ef981T. action had rick in situations from which stories T
/ I. KI1T EI :Ec..A.'V"T'EA:: :
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been concentrated on the Isthmus of founded altogether upon fiction may be ZA G ,

Panama at the time of American oaeppetion fabricated. Go to It, short and long and first
Gem of all Suburbs Everything new class. We render prompt and..
It would bat excavated the story write.and turn out some tales satisfactory service day or night .' +'
prism for -an.eighty-Ore foot level ca- of true romance to offset the too per, i .-'

nal In about seventy-three! days latent shop talk of the "business ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT ,

Now on Sale story" of today. Glve-us some war sto J Kissimmee i"
A FAMOUS DWARF. rice to mako the old fellows recall fie Fla. Phone 113::::


8.,. lwaakt. the-Po\\., Was Handsem. tion sixties a and sense Implant of respect In tbe and new reverencefor genera .................... ... .

Scholarly. and Witty. ,
the heroes o'f those days. -
a
I A notable dwarf who had a lone ).,
Bnt'-pleaKe don't ignore this advice-
lease of life over parts of two centuries C. A. CARSON, Preildent
-be was born In 1730 and died 1n1837was ring a few changes on the Union lieutenant D. c. ARYAN SECR TART.

Borulwaskl. the Pole, of hero and the fair Confederate

In whose debut an Interesting tale Is heroine. Most of the older stories of The Waters :
Buying a Home-Look Ahead & Carson
told.- As a boy of fifteen when be tbe dvll war told how Lieutenant Perkins -

was just one Inch higher than a two of New Hampshire fell In love

foot rule. Bornlwaskl was presented with Lucille Fairfax: of Virginia who
to the Empress Maria Theresa who ,"
; scorned him (though she loved him) Grocery 3y
was so charmed by his good looks and Company *
her brother's. life.Poet .
I until he sared
I grace that she seated him on her lap
and 'gave him a hearty kiss. To theQuetp'a bee
question as to what he considered Indianapolis 1
-
I I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in-" "
the moat Interesting sight In property worth $75,000 to build a library .
For the wise man who desires his fam-
Vienna the dwarf replied. "What 1 and public school administration

ily to grow up among healthful surroundings now behold so little a man on the lap building. If be doesn't look. out he'll GROCERIESWEB
4 of so great a lady." This speech rendered die like Mr. Carnegie.
poor
II LIBERTY PARK is the logical location. If the little fellow a great favor-. (
'
ite.
the future of this matchless could Hot weather reduced tbe price of
suberb lIe became a special favorite of '. ,-
In St Louis to 7 cents a doaen
Stanislaus II., who took him to Eng eggs
I
be thrown upon a giant screen you would land and introduced him to George but were they really; worth eating even SELL WE BUY Vi

I see one of the best truck and citrus fruit III., and for'more! than half a century at that rotten figure < HAY .t t e.,,"
Borurwaskl made his home at the HIDES .
/ I secions in Florida, on which will be growing English court. Mr. Taft chooses to advance his policies GRAIN ..

This dwarf, who at his tallest was by; yachting trips rather than by FURS
'
I magnificent crops. a yard and three Inches had a sister using a knobby war club. FERTILIZERS: .,
whose bead just reached her big broth- WOOL'SHtJjGLES
I The realization will come to you in the er's shoulders. Borulwaskl was not '
with both dollars and
A man senseknows .
I future perhaps when far advanced only a handsome and courtly man but '
prices -
are the value of monej. ORANGE AI1D' r
a scholar of repute. He lived In five BOXES .

even beyond your fondest ideas of reigns two years and when of reaching,be died the lacking century Picnics Still Popular.A ORANGE WRAPS' ALL ,

.. rising realty values. You can buy today, mark, he was laid to rest In Dunham writer In a city newspaper la sad VEGETABI.ECRATES COUNTRY '
side by side with the Falstafflan because, as be imagines the old fashioned ,

at moderate cost, a homesite in a section Stephen Kemble.A picnic is no More He seems to CRATE NAILS PRODUCE ", ,

that will rapidly' enhance i in value' laud on think that modern conditions have put ,,, ., \
Dark Smoke. that tbe .
the picnic out of commission
which will all kinds- citrus fruits Funny thing about smoking! It. d.
grow average person of today Is a Uttleshamed We sell
field
man were compelled to puff a good and garden seeds of all'kinds.. .
j and declines to 'go.on '
of It /.
as well as every kind of vegetable grown in cigar with his eyes shut the operation those once delightful excursions to the We give. special'. attention ''to fitting out hunting and amping
would lose Its _to A who had .
this section located and, man their'table parties \ -, w ;' / "t.. .<;" \ '\ /. .. '
; close to. school undergone a alight operation upon one country when people spread lf '.. , *
of his eyes bad to stay In darkened cloths on the grass and ate a kind of Free ,delivery (fn city I limitsl: Phone No.;'12.w .,- , v

churches. 'every '',five-acre, .. tract. .being in room for a.week with his optics band' communal dinner, with tile viands provided ar .county agents for good fertillzars..''ry'Aski us. for circularand

clo proximity! to the'best' hard'road in aged. After a few days his doctor by. various ramllle*-.and.. were prices'on fertilizers. v .
,
told him' he could take a gentle smoke .

Osceola County, and the proposed electric If be liked. He Jumped at the chance The writer mentioned makes a big
and to his amazement found It afforded
railway, which will be completed and in not the slightest pleasure. To 1 mistake. He makes It because he lives
be sure men often smoke In the dark 1 I now In a large dry. If he would go ..

operation by January 1, "1912. but there's always' the rosy glow of back to the town he lived In when he ..

the lighted end to be seen and the be would discover his error
was a boy '
The dweller in the'couutry benefits by faint outline of the cloud of smoke In and apologise for It. He would find LOTS!! LOTS !,

the air. There's no more fan- la a still in a convenient .
good roads because they increase land that people gather
sightless smoke than a aaltlesa egg or grove and hold plena s. Just as they LOTS HAVE BEEN SURVEYED AND STREETS
of is a kiss implanted upon your own band.What's : =i BAND AVENUES
valuesEconomy transportation the the psychology of IL-N-1 did when he was a boy. Tbe Sunday LAID OUT IN IWILLIAMS'

York Press. schools the. churches, the lodges and '
chief factor in profit-majking to the trucker I SUB-DIVISION '
.; other societies still have their picnics. .

and farmer. This is a tract of the best Universal Language.He Bach housewife prepares the basketful I _cm_ TOWHITTIER- r''

spoke his love In German--ahe of food-the best on earth. Including ,
pine in this section ; 'pine' lands are the answered not a word. In French he ,fried chicken, Jelly roll cake, plea

choice of a majority of. our settlers,'not onlyon tried to woo her*-tbe maiden never cookies sandwiches and so forth. Tbe H' ,
heard. He tried his luck la' English 'tablecloths are spread upon tbe grass
ha Irish-all In vain In Turkish Greekand
;
account of the price and small cost ofr.J
the.various articles of food are distributed n'
Latin and In the toga of Spain. _j tiar"a" and are offered for sale to
clearing, but because they find by proper And then an Inspiration came to the thereupon without regard to fanny uw the public at from '

anguished youth. "Tbe universal language divisions, and everybody helps himself ,

handling theseJands are very productive, ," be cried "Til try, forsooth to whatever be lIk_ $35 TO $50 PER LOT: '

Be kissed the demure maiden and Of course there Is something different :
and of all kinds.; This /
yield good crops pressed her to his breast She understood from the picnic of 1880. Instead
land Is especially, adapted to'growing' veg- that language, and yon can goes of walking to the picnic grove or driving WhiltierwUl soon be in railroad connection with ; ."
th. rest-Pearson's. every part of the United State
and in a short time >
in the boggy, spring wagon or faintly .
,
etables of all kinds, strawberries. oranges "back" of thirty years ago many will"become one of the most Important towns in South t r!

TherMghr MI".. I Florida; therefore l lots at the above prices are only
people nowadays by trolley orby
go ;
and grapefruit. Mandy who had Just become a sorrowing one-tenth of what they will
bring twelvemonths hence.
widow, .. automobile. Many others. stfll pee the i
was sorting several
out
We are sole agents for this property. } suits of black onderclotbeo.. Her old time conveyances, however. There Whittier baa a telephone. It baa good road.
for $
... auto travel at time. Has
friend In' la much fun in tike day any (hree mails per: -
asked t
great s : just as present '
''r Write today for prices and terms. week. Wbittier I. on the center land between St"Johns .
,I'I'L I'i Mandy. whah fo yon done got tban picnic aa, there was a, generation ago.
and Kissimraee rivers, just twelve miles each
black undehga'ment ter There may be-no doubt there _ '
I "'Cause when Ah mourAkurns.Everybody'sagaslaa grater proportion of conned foods IB way. One andotm.hsltmile7Xrom Kissimmee Prairie, : '
land of the Hunter Hand v'
We
Company. have
the peat '
the communistic reecl.bat that la :
I because canned food have becooaspossible land for trucking; and farming in Florida We have r a 1

.:.... Ihth Curleus..Collector and since fruit and vegetables all the year round., We ass In ,) q;
-Look: here, tbe firm I represent popular you were a"kid" the center of stock raising by the best and cheapest \
Unman nature ranaalasj thesame 1,10.
wants to know when you're going method on earth. We have a school nil of eighty. i (:
and men women and children ; ,
to
settle this bin. Debtor-Could I
two grocery stores ; two hotels, open the round. -4, s 1
get a Job with the concern! yes weekfort etm enjoy a picnic near to naturesbarn year ,I> ;
Whittier
is
on the east boundary of Lake Mario?, which ;:'
My enrtoslty mod theirs seam to
coincide Totodo Black extends westward connecting with a chain of lakes to ., i{};
L Kissimmee Mver. Here Is the 'Y
H. M. BREAKER CO. It Js annonneed that plane have bean hunting and fishing par i. ,

OrontMor and Oreed. drawn for a hundred story bending In adise. Whittier has the best marl material for good ." rry;:
Mrs. Pe..hn that If she could streets and hard roads in Florida ..:- .;, .,. '.-.
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Now ?ask, to be UttO foot .... Cose.tnunlcatloa '
..4'f -" have another chance ishsl would rather Maps of this sub-division can be t..n at the office - rv!
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marry a map who spins .his Infinlttvea of A. E. Drought or T. C. Roberts in SU.CJoud, Jenkins -
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than one who Bate to break: sQsJvsston tllrer A Woodham's office in ,:
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'\.,rt . New Baas' iesidenc.In Whittier. b'r: "

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KISSIMMEE ::. FLORIDA "Do you believe la a hereafter* baffled Aviator Atwood. We.... E. R. t?

"Ton bet. I have several .n.mNs thought flying was ,a Mrtfealad7' B A,8.. N
who are too strong tor me to punish ekoico way to keep oooL

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r : Waists Skirts I

Y'Y \ XXIII.ScheDleS'i .. .

Y Y ? q In new styles Just received I .two '.- s- S

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Vi t Beautiful linen wai.la':"VTth" :,Sdme trimmed with_ fancy I.I.I.
'. embroidered rever to bust line braid and buttons,' others with I.
o and embroidery below to waist bands of silk or cord embroidt By Henry Herbert Huff r

4 line, clusters of tucks each ery. it tI .
side of front. A very choice COPYRIGHT. 1900. BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION .Jj
Most of the models show j
de.ign. plaited II .
insets. I IIWiIrI Jails'"' I
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+ ":Mr. Business Man, the store that depends for its business on \
Laundered waists with scalloped
and cuffs-, The materials are Voile and f isn't shadow to the that is II\
> plait! collar Panama in brown, blue, and regular selling a one continually -:, ., 5
1?' r. 0' also plain collar and cuffs with I I jIIII
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black. .1 to force business. All the and establishments
oil ; r -, white embroidery on front. scheming big progressive -
':. I push their sales by artificial means. ;
The variety of sizes and the .
The U. S. Government "naa bought Ncponsct -
', Other waists in white Veiling basted hems ifisure easy fitting I "The American people ee/ek novelty. It takes new things to
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and all Paroid Roofing since 1898-often !
- tr with embroidery, soft alterations are every year
colored
ii I Batiste, black: silk in tailored I made free of charge. keep the public active. The live customer buys; the live store a million square feet at a time-for use at

4 c effects Measalir.e., and tucked cream. I Prices. range from $4.50 to sells. A good merchant will take steps to create' business when home, Alaska, Panama and the Philippinesthe

t. If" I $10 50.Other. the dull spell starts. coldest a. well a* the hottest climates. ::1

t Call.and examine these. [ styles from (2.60 up. "The more common methods of getting business are specialand Do you need stronger proof of the wearing qualities, economy Band

iv1 >114 t clearance sales, expositions and openings, contests, a mail the satisfaction that NEPONSET Paroid Roofing affords (.:
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,. order service and souvenirs and premiums. Do you want proof nearerhomeVe will give it to you.
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We will tell you where you can see a NEPONSET Paroid Rx>of.
',07, i: Mrs. E. L Pearce "The sale is the best known. The January clearance shouldbe See how it looks, learn how long it has been on, and hear what ,.

... I utilized during the first few weeks of. the year ,to clear out the owner has to say about it. tNEPDNBET \

it' i': all old merchandise. The. July clearance likewise rids the store
PAROID .
\ -"1 of left over spring and sUmmer merchandise. Price is the key- Roofing

4'' _,(0ii. -_-_. I note of these events, and, coming 'as they do when trade is is sold on proof not promises.NC'OHSCT !Ii'

:' E , -ii. dullest, they stimulate business. Special sales are of great va- "Ep".rT PAROID Rootin for theroofs PROSLATE RoofUs. for ',I
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t and aides of barns stables poultry tools and sides of residences, and .11!! build-
Id riety, ranging from cut prices on separate lines to the moat I .buildings.. Slate in color.. Costs leu thanhinglos. Inirs calling for srllstic roofs and siding1. ,
Raaista fire.For
4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4 Looks like shingles, wears like slate. '
I unique schemes imaginable. The one price sale is always a buildings brooder tb.t houses require sheds low-coal and temporary roofing.UKNEPONStT . (MC'aNSCTWATERPROOF B.1 I.I.> !,
Pap**for use under clapboards and shingles
4 .Iuc ess. ,. RED-ROPE Roofi.1. Far
1N 1y 1- superior in every respect to tarred ielt. It in wills of residences, etc. Keeps out ..t.
boa bean the*standard low-cost rooting for dampness,, cold and draughts. Cuts lul
VIA "To be successful-the sale .must be planned weeks in advance. twenty-five ,..... bills one-third. ''4'
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; Leaders should be picked up when on buying tours. Keep ever on F. W. BIRD & SON, East Walpole. Maaa."f!
the watch for odd Iota that will bo life to sale day. Sale need to

::,ATLANTIC COAST LINE beWell adYertiserl Start the sale on Saturday, announcing it a -SOLD BY.- ;'
_ (: day or two beforehand. Keep up interest by adding new merchandise -
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+ a, ,5. I "* mmmimm **mmm and changing advertisements and window displays.. Go into it W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY I IS. !
f l enthusiastically and to winor leave it alone. KISSIM.MEP., HLORIDA
:: 'Dixie "Seminole "Openings attract crowds. They increase interest in the store -
Flyer" limited""South and.force the sale of seasonable merchandise wonderfully.! Spring, I

: Easter and fall are the three great occasions for openings. Decorate u. .
: Atlantic Limited" windows 'and interiors elaborately and: have appropriate little souve- lj

nirs to give visitors. .
:' Route "Contests are popular methods of getting the public interested in .
: "Montgomery a store. Any scheme where chance figures in the winning should be S. BUZZA & SON
announced in the windows. It is illegal to use the mail or newspaper .
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the.purpoee.
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  • f. 3.- villa, Nashville, Atlanta, Bkrnincham te Jacksonville. '"discount, and few will take advantage of it. Let him' peed the

    ,: q4: m' .' same amount in attractive' premiums, and the crowds will gather in a Work of all Kinds .
    v, DINING CAR SERVICE hustle. ;The popularity -premiums is continually demonstrated.
    .1 '. Select premiums that are likely -to appeal to the user of the goods S DEWALK.- $ 'A SPECIALTY rrReeidenca.Phone
    with which they ate to be giv n. Here are items that take well withthe"teople'dn Stfeeq) t
    ,i'', .: . For further information write.to 56 Mabbette
    rural communities: Fruit trees, rosebushes shrubs
    v Mr' c J. O. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent Office Phone 132 I
    near
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    potted plants-magazines, c canaries crockery photographs -
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    _ j -UNCLE'SILAS" -s.ur..KED:;:. 1'tf1I TURK "AND HlDtPtNDABLE .', '"A"I.: '1 _. ,"- -. -.M.
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    What Aunt"Mell. t. Say Wild turkeys separate la.to* (all and f' ,
    .nil Heard the News.. }
    g choose: new affinities lu February nature's.
    Hunting Aunt Melissa Spigott was sacb an '

    reasonT 'n I..1t11.eDerptlc. .talker, that the and offspring., tip to,,you brother not to and mat slst.q'but parent'[ I' i ...,DISTINCTION IN, DRESS : ,
    4 of the family; ) ued to suppoee
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    OPENS NOVEMBER Cncle gobbler each season.. Tame'' turkeys Character! ** the woman who wean .
    : FIRST"Are toed because It never wore out
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    t."', .. gnu: on the otJl.r..band, ."u as economlcal' ?,do not fully, mature In '"year, a I. e. "
    " :of ,words as a..marketman Is : blDt-tbe t breeder'should'.b* two or. ':Garments .
    :you_ ready with your gun and ammunition? We of early strawberries.The ,. more 'years old, bne tom to :tight hens - '"

    f' are headquarter for everything in that line that you will too free exercising of, this unruly : all rigorous and a. evenly,matched In j : Two'Aiike I

    ;., want on your hunting trip, Jn our..stock. you .will find the .naeraber. of Aunt. M-eUau.'s on one shsAbape, .atid color ft* nosslbla. .' : No s'I '
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    .... t very gun that you '!ha"vem mind., . oceaaloo-caYe. Dncle Silas serious of'1""Start with stock rather Ulan egg. .
    1" tense. which be manifested by a severe .
    With stock'.you know ancestry, eggs
    y. ': Our new tock'Of ammunition has ju.t arrived, iniur:; silence lasting for several days; I are 'fresh, and Mother Turkey does the! I ., .how plln tailored> l iklrta, panel front .nd back,*with
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    ,j; '.' ;, ing you absolutely fresh heU., and the various sizes and 'At tbe end of that period on* mother of the hatching, brooding, renting 'a surer the popular illghtly.ralied wiiitllne.that. ran b. t''
    ' ''k' loads are all l to be found older daughter approached her way to success than with the lousy; '
    in our-.tock. For the very best.results upon the subject with the cluck. changed to the normal If deilred. The coats are 20'' Inch*
    ./ use "Red W" brand like to .rerrlt. S long,' ome with tailor collars trimmed with braid or inlaid with
    ammunition. > "Ma seems :yon o.ngbt. A* to breed, let )'our't Dc,, location .
    "' with pa by now."llak ." land market requirement decide: that $ latin, oth.n'with. the regulation coat 4IOIIarr1'I.I.n.orvelvtnntarlf$ : v

    .. We carry_the Ittt and mod completeTme of Sporting op_with par exclaimed" Aunt Bronz(fa most popular White Holland S The satin linings are guaranteed to wear two yeara. '
    Mellasa.in great astonishment. "Mak next. Prance is largest and doe belt>>
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    "Why returned the daughter and may bo reared on more limited are much -In favor, though many light on** i
    .'doD't'oo know poor pa's feeling bad area. i COATS will be worn. The long straight lines and ..ml. ?
    The CASH Piling back. are becoming to all flgurei. All ,
    HARDWARE STORE yet? D..t111 buffing Buy la the fall. Birds are cbenpeeland .
    'UUmDtor the land' asks! Row right off range, are not fat 80 'd't.! coats are lined throughout with guaranteed istln-wilh sailor or
    Cit eD' Bank Building KiMUnmee, Florida long's he been a-bafflngT" I ICJA3Ahatln shawl collars braid-, .atln- or velv.t-trlmm..L The mixtures coma .

    "Ever since yon came down on him i In a variety of choice dealgni, in grayiand( tans, closing with

    ao bard about wasting sugar by; not I large handsome button.. S y
    stirring his coffee (ha fa three days: i S Rp


    ago."Why" ; you don't dell me. Janle II f KA TIZS.T

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    ... LOADED. SILKS. . -" - 1
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    I teno 1M. but the. rarlou processes ofmanufacture
    with pure, wholesome soda, dispensed by an that remove much of the fly r e yte

    \.expert who knows just how to prepare it. I natural rum cause It to lose *o largoan -

    Our ice cream is pure and delicious, and amount of Its weight that onicrupnloun 1
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    dyer and manufacturers resortto
    all appointments are absolutely sanitary. '
    "loading." dipping the thrown silk r t
    Ladies, when shopping, are invited to Into a solptlon of bichloride of tin. i

    make this a resting place. You are always Rome are not content with -restoring I t ta

    welcome. tbe original weight of the raw silk but \

    II I "load" It until Its weight I* multiplied

    throe or four fold. This operation ,

    make tbe skeins more valuable butIt I

    ) destroys. the durability/ of the filament I .
    : YArla- MAMMOTH BBOKBrimental ,
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    Osceola Pharmacy i Stretching tbe threads to their elastic to succena, and thus through I

    ; limit so tbat a given weight will winter you may keep them normal by

    I wpuve a greater number of yard, andteaming judiciously, feeding a grain ration oV j The Heate-
    to give the material an unnatural equal part wheat, oats barley and Handy :

    luster are other processes that corn Wheat U ita-ndurd for old tnr I .'

    prove profitable to manufacturers, but keys; much corn bring fat Infertility, I + A.rR L 1Q
    costly to the consumers and tbat cause liver trouble and weak ()QuIt.. : =

    many people to regard silk as an uncertain Waste apple, cabbageand sprouted ,
    and treacherous fabric, with an. ota are good greens; good beef.sore p
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    I Inexplicable tendency to split, crack and fresh cut bone substitute for grasshopper You often need some heat'in ;
    I and fall Into boles even though packed :. and oov( r, or alfalfa steamed J
    away in drawer or banging up. and mixed! with bran and nild la ex early Fall, when; you.have i t

    '. FOR SALE II Tbe use of cheap. Inferior and deI cellent. Grit shell, charcoal. fresh wa not yet started the furnace.
    I ..tractI.e(17" Is another practiceequally ter are necessities.In ,

    | Injurious and perhaps still selection note vigor, size shape I In whaler r part of the house you want it, you can get i it ': yr

    t more C'ODUDoa.-London Family Her color. Kite does not always mean best and quickest with Perfection Smokeless Oil Hester, '
    weight Two torn,, may weigh tbe
    A fine location for a manufacturing plant conventient to central aid-Driven same, but vastly differ. One may be The Perfection i*therYa.t reJisLI healer on dw/.n..c. and Jar "
    part of town, not exceeding three block from the portomce, bordering '
    to I It. big bone and muscle and later developinto ,; can more it wherever you please. ,
    on the railroad where a switch could be secured with a little Gay, the youngest nan of FannerTimmlns a giant; tbe other may be mull &.t .It b beds.. w W..... ..d. ,a .am* U mrntt ..i dUMmMf. .... i.
    expense. This proposition ii cheap at $100OV() Worthy of investigation.We bad spent two years in college boned and fatty, grow no larger aDd TL iI) *a doe di.iiit I during which time be bad accumulated ' beget squatty, feeble offspring.' .J way ....l. A ......< mtuk M J ..d.all it sari t.r doe .......... .
    also. have a 6-roomed house, modern and 60 feet of ground more indebtedness, than education The turkeys In the picture are mod. n. Pwt ttiae s..k.l.r. Oil Hew I I. ........., .......-.. ........ ,

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    .' ,. ter than 8 percent on !(2500. Will sell' for .12000 on favorable t rm.. '' body, long and deep neck sod tall long .,.iriil assess* d.s4e suto trlrnig<.f miiliStandard Nwsw Lady m sM
    ,, left him tojthlft for himself. Tb boy ..........' -Ap yrr. eisdeL..L peeper lap. Cod &e.As. .
    , t ', We also have blocks had goodQitofek In him,. however and and graceful 1. back broad and descend' -.- .".... .,..-p-4-1.r ...er deeiaew .reefer Ie_....+d d h ., i
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    F.t' *). ,, a splendid comer from the Court house, managed by: turning over-. new leaf In cracetflLcun-e.--to-tall; breast full
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    ? 75 xl60 feet. 6.room. 2 porches, a dozen or more fine bearing orange practicing* strict:
    tree, nice ornamental shrubbery, good neighborhood. Can trv' rentedto odd 'jobs of work aa opporrnnltle: presented bead caruncles, feet thighs large; 11.11 e..aaadi' d'9

    pay 10 per cent on $1$00. 11200 get it.- -Terms dt'Wlrt"d. I tbemelve to pay for his tuition banks thick long straight sod well ." 1 1a

    and set :
    staved
    We also have a fine cement cottage; with bathroom, large porch, 011.Dow"
    I your boy doing at college* The ben U a perfect .l ...of course, (
    r good neighborhood beautiful view of the lake. We want to bow being more refined. --- --- .. -
    i asked tbe elder.Ttmm1Da'. next neighbor .
    you this property and introduce you to the owner who will *el] to you one day The gobbler weigh forty pound. and {
    and favorable of the ben twenty-three. Just, four and
    at a bargain price on term p.yment.We "He's getting along aU right now." I
    II three respectively above Bronze
    pouod
    I bear b's bill
    have a fine little trucking farm of U acres with, flowing well" working way standard weight .

    all sub-i ikated with tiling, very fine soil ronx-vnicm to bigb school!, I through.- | I
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    near the center of town at a price that one year crops should pay 1 I pride answered Farmer Timmlns. FEATHER AND COOVHCLLS. !

    for. Let us show. you this property. 1 "He found be eoold 't work me say A flock of 300 or 400 wild pigeon

    4 more."-Tooth'* Compaokm. was seen by a party of lawyer and .'
    We have 2 or 3 tract of l land that w* would be glad to let someone i ,
    lumbermen bear Ebippenabarg, Palu
    move onto and propogat orange groves on a proponitinn to dude *>ljMaM4 Jwl the fall and their aetljag place will ...
    in 6 e -
    the grove yeas.We '" .
    toe.bt in tbe wood at Forrest and -
    aid of
    Aa an Olea loB. a really aaa
    have some of tbe finest tract of land in l I'ark Garden for tertal aid: tbe pta pple stand aloo* WaITeD counties in April to glv4 them ," .'r,1
    stat nrotectioB.Wbca I a
    farming and trucking that can be found in Florida. Birch. fertile soil, : among ta* fruit Ita vegetable ppsia special ti c
    one or two hens to a flock: areaffrtd e. ,
    { swntrajisca, or perbap ratbef 61ctavairmailauus a
    fine flowing well. on mot f.vorabletn'm8 of payment Family can
    sjobstaaeea ta life stomsrti with iodlgMtioa qosrantln\
    make a good living, on 6) acre of thin land. Pricr f}(*> per acre. >, Freak ptnaappl or. tJeU..un.'C* tb si, then study the rat and :roar ,
    Wben have excellent oil and can furro -for water" at tiiw,
    you any flvab yule of one placed in direct coo feeding method Colas they ate rick j

    no question about lucce**. tact with ccgs or gelatine or milk will Vwt quick pot the remainder oo a I|' .
    this fact condoatvely by pee atarratloo diet or yoa'H knock: the egg
    prove
    We have 10 acre of land well located: corrwnieint to achool! and
    daring a hitter t.a8t1Dc tfyty.. 1D caaa record high as a kit*. 1 1Lsuscaater / --. "
    church li mile to railroad tat km. About t of the land in bearing: of catarrbal anmruts of the threat ootutty, the garden spot of Pe&

    grove, balance excellent land, cleared and ready for busmen and In zta downward connection theafineatary Pcnitsylvaada and a great grower of l .'.

    Price I160O, favorable term of payment.W canal or tract ptacappi ', "pur aa......." baa scored OB alfalfa. I 'r

    cannot be imnssTliiistml and It acts : Bom at bee farmers eat f pvr crop* of '., .
    have 23J acres of 'land' joining tie city liirut can drive right with anal fore' la mslartil atfuctioo.Few the flp st. This Is good hews to east- "
    off the hard road onto th* land. Acout22ibe-&TIJ'Jg orange trees: JaJ'- __ Test Wcrtd. I en fajicJer who have been dMatodwttb Perfect}*

    aneie periimmon and other fruits. Fine shade in the yard 6-room- chopped w.e4* and bay. Ouxnigb

    I' ed house, 2 buns, chicken house, eta Owned by a Pittaburg party Ptokto PageA.r4tr. I which was sprinkled a mil ....... : Wire Fencing is beat allTKE'BEST tbrough.I ( .-j'
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    alfalfa to &tit the wall
    Too atartod with the taD eIIIIA- I
    r Price $4260. '1 Aenae of yam eaogCtaa ta. sn4 now Betief .. tW age appr ab CIt the TLe We '- ct-a ,... a p.el.l ,

    W. also ham. 4'i acres of land mated 34 miles from town front- yo7 aft mitidsaa a. every band'Tea" ... 1 p"nratber drvpp4 scotch' J.eenJa..n.J-toYata., pltaUr.rteo.y Ita' "
    ing on the Iske, 6-rooint, .d houir stables, Z flowing wells, about 7acre np1W lmat'or& ,rim wlteai tt was discovered tbat tW ctdck-: WIRE a.u old. : X.A wiI'. II isib.. .-nt >>
    eat served at a waffle supper at a eol- .w. po.rble' to wa ectw.: '
    IIu b.covsq :
    of grove, half In bearing KpUndid property, owned by a Virginia mou wa. 'may esperie.oe "
    gentleman J'rlv vftOOO( l.rrn If desired.W mock m. em sf a rasa vb.gash red cbnrch near 'W&miDjrtosx, X>cL, Gal-aiizIag H-iJr galyaaair d by oar Diva"Mar aid psfl ttP.rf.ct
    2.&l7 ostasd. --pIre. we swiped, from a Baptist prsacinr'scoop. ft CICMIo cb. wile L.Do+ov Iy.. aiorttrtip ) +

    bsv a tine rolonlmllon tract, convenient to town. A high ball gaaar' WatQdngtaa sat; : WbB tt was atated that the '1M fact .... ".

    grade colonisation JroH/ltlori| | containing about 1,000 acres. Write p.ecbui: bad Cited ap with ck>ck.ai I Ia All Wirer and 1JDe w. a.
    I coiripTlnMntary and that be bad no Stay .... *JiciJ Wiidsdba I /
    for A--.. -"
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    ? -.n.t. D-'bb'-itt'a ge.soi ..."... I II bards- keep: aaytUtag bat watertew I .-t.., :":' __&_ watl..i.sd ,.... .
    ] hew tbe dark ckiwda -.a the .1
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    I I I .nrTTkinnrpm dawn diaappeaa& -. bttperea.ealy .........: '' +...

    REALTY COMPANYL -Wen, wa sots .v; .ash JaWIa4, I A TTUndngton pbyddaa daelare. : eM ft 4aIo. -e"- III peirt.r.( '11,
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    .7f TW.V-C- -oooiawrJtf tToe way: lie bare are eo many backwardla dl.rea I! r" :1' ;"

    -' elkbV tine fOr ITattsr lest ana tW fUStwben .r sol(1( hart. ni,8ra.othas I .
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    KIS3IMMKE, FLORIDA AtxaaA ,Dt>maaa t8011Il cost.aspen pe. them ss see 'Mrp! I T1wC1. no assts -- 1
    homes W1IDfo ant as intLortl j 'seised lttattrai.rhir..iasild ai1II.M (
    F..kw tbey ...'
    $ ; ;? sa baby larlg1ag, we .... j .. _. 1f__....,...:. ----.;_. CIf..... =,--. y,
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    thru.7. kob fI/l..at baby f" "

    '"' ...D..+.p arse_ Jlwa.raIts gem. a. haott7r ride assess. ... S.. .a dap.r 1 I ..p.1' i7..s:il''itacilli 4tLxJLY t I' I Is'fPJ

    __.'-'-" "" "...,.u:. . ................. stale .rtl.-.eo.with !tIt a htl.-'U' .. sedit. Jtt rash* asks wfaLr.gp-a. elarwlg.. b 0. axtdy m .. .D Sert-" ... -..;. _._,IJ' .. "..

    George N. Saunders :t.saes a -1J7 hats-sung at.... .... 4,- awtf riot adttv m tta ewa- It.,... Jta ,I FAKM,.RANCH LAWN, FOULTW? ; - '
    . tell 0117 ssr IIatdaet sad _pn ate Dj 7 tt
    -.JIf tIae: .car tag.. attar, r' .. fifty 4IICP "" "
    ,, 'T teagid SM sass arses. a. loess. fig '.-aril. Ia B gbourgW ,_ ..V
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    L I .. CIDN tslth ate putt mtasisaL.-. railogtoi a'ed' !lass CIIIIesI ear tlgya. tine V Y
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    r A For everal week i wa have eoC the Shore' : of' '., ; '- ..U1'1 : : fO.: -,v., PRICK$ '
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    I adverting quUtly, anjljwithout.running Cape Tol. opekaltga 2. ,i. , 60x185 rrr.i'r., 400

    : ; v* ,. ''any bluff. that we are . x3 ..,.. r, .i' 60x185 . ... :N : ;

    f. aMJM Improving the lake front, of our. .. .. .,, . 60x185 ..., .. .
    ,. ', a. 1 ti..60xl85."n.. 400'
    city. .. ? .1.. a. .. '400
    I' < t I 6 .;.0: 50x185..1. ylti
    ; ** .. .. 7. . .. ? .50x185 ;., COO i ia

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    l ="Wei.re; not flying around coaxIng < : 9. . . . 95x185 . Ia', .600
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    to buy a .
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    ?I w e )kriow that when our Improvement D '. . )' .'' \:. <, ;NIl., :, : 12 . <' 100x110 . . . 650 .

    [ i ,are finished the demand;! .tt .. . ., .14 ..,;. :100x110 . . . . 7b0e'i' \
    .. '' will be greater than the supply .. M -.,..;,: .:. .:.'...,'?."r, .<- ';"--' I5 ::4.. . 100x110.... . . 760

    i! \ . ./ t 16. . . . 100x110. . . . 750 .,.' :
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    f4 iromee-presumably wiser than A.F ,.. ...... Z . . 76x150: . . ',' 600
    I' S we are-who swear that our plans. t! ., SOLD

    . Impracticable( l=:J C' 221.' . . 75x150 . . . . 600 tii"

    23 . . .'. 76x150 '' '' '' '600
    ". '' ORDA'oW",.. 24 : . 75xlWT" . . . 600 1j

    j I Meanwhile we are going a I ong. .:.:. 25 . . .' 75x150. . ', 600 '
    f 26 SOLD
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    doing our work and accomplish Y oJ . . ... 75x150 . . . 600
    . ,, '- "- '-- ing"the onethmg; that can mate p Le4.-; ...4 1' r.-h./I iSr/. , ___. ,. .. .. __ ,_._ .: ..... ,__. ,21.78 : .'. . 7 x160. . . 600. :-.; .

    1 our town something more than a @ a de H4Ie Io.- .6vN,., Or 29 75x150 . 55Q "
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    pine-wood settlement. @ ifoem'Il" p ij
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    yp, ti 1 31 . 75x160 . . 600 .

    1S. ,,::1'J"9' ( r _tq 32 , 75x150. . . 600
    ,; Mr. lJ-l 33 . . . 75x160 . 600.e4 .
    week
    During the present 34 75x150 . . . 600 ,
    E. L. Lesley showed his appreciation r 4i 35 75x150 . . '. 660

    ;. of our efforts and his confi.S 70 36. . 75x150. . . 700 .,
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    75x150 700
    dence in Cape Breeze by purchasing 2 pp 37. . .
    7, t I.i 2. 3& . . . . 75x150 . . . 700
    6B 70.
    64 65. .
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    lots 10. 51.) 39 . . . 75x150 700

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    .f 26 41 75x150 . . . fi00i

    t In the !name time M r. A. G. i fS 27 42 . 75x150 . . . 650 "
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    Hamilton has bought lot No. 21- 44 SOLD

    I making 17 lots already sold. ==. q fr z1 45 . . . tOx; 160 . 650

    ___,_. yI ff 46 . . . . 60x16060x160; . . 660
    I ity .f/ \c 47 . . . ; . . 650 ,4v ., .
    % Our barge is built and rFadv to w.,,f Jo 48 SOLD

    receive the dredge, which is expected NA/AO LANE L; 49 SOLD
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    ll 53 75x165 . 600 it.'
    This dredge will deposit 180 r W JJ 54 75x165 . GOO

    ,y +. cubic yards tot earth per hour 2 i J4 ,5 . . 75x165 600 :r
    / W C,6 92x165 . . Ij()() :
    ,. will fill Breezetothe .
    and Cape PLANof CAPE REEZE > u t..1 &L a D.s.s'I \ i 57. 125x165 800
    desired level in two months or -, ---n ": r' --- t o 51'1 75x165 650
    central of PJ 'r ,:r
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    1 less. _-- pori JG 59 75x165 660
    __ MlSSlMMEE'/ FLORIDA HERE LANE 60( 75x165 . . 660 "J'
    ;, 4. .. & #1: JI 61 75x165. . 650S \

    fhowin )I0004iano.! t' :..oc'pel' bvrld'1$' c t r 72 7( f,2! 75x16575x165 660 ,
    We do not wish to impress you A'J/ h.1; . 650't I
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    wisdom within ourselves tit 3010 i: ...... 65 SOLD -

    ' does seem to us that anyone UCL.AM.;' /..:MaeDONOUGHr OwNe88 t ,fd "tO 66 100x175100x175 900 .'t'
    } l + 67 . ( 1 900HOxlHO.
    I wanting one of these lots would t! j re 7d : 6H SOLDSOLD "lt
    A beauttfuffaKe-fVorrt- SIT r, 11 ""
    take of the = ,
    r advantage present 1 fig! ,

    t 'I;;\ and get them at low prices. .I Wrfh.l.i, ;M.nfs:: li 7U SOLD ,
    .;. 71 SOLD 1'7S H'
    72 HOx IbO 1100 U
    Ik "t ,. 7:1: . . 900 \4

    i . 74 . . 80x18080x180 . 900 1 1iti
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    'b.' -. J Mex/co 0:<:) I'll 1000 )!
    ; > 90x132lOOxWO 10

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    J FOR SALE-City lot 70x93 two blocks FOR SALE-40 acres; 6 acres grove, 4 MISCELLANEOUS ALL the latest styles in photographs (i
    r i.V from postoffice. Address, Box 126, acres timber, balance cleared; 4000. at Wilder's Studio. Call and see our f.

    l Classified AdvertisementsAdvertisements Kissimmee. Fla. 36tf J. H. Halley. Fraterpity .building, WADE, the tuner. Orlando work. 40 tf

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    : Kissimraear Via.: 41-tf .
    I '.- have W lTED-The for FREE RENT-To party to. look after i
    1' FOR SALE We sonaeceaU FOR SALE-SO acres,"fine, large, well sweetest thing out '
    .gains in small residence properties, your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy- grove during winter. Mrs. Summers, ;
    \ ; ,( ; this' ; close in to' the business of sne located grove; good house of 7 rooms; fresh from factory. Kissinunee Drug of, the Elite Realty Parlor.. . 44tfFOUND r
    i.re part ..
    under .
    4'- r -:::; inserted head the rate of S I Cents; ) tenant house 4 rooms; artesian well; "
    town. Co. ,42tf Companyr' 33-tf
    .& ;;" per line each insertion. ] Downing Realty at a bargain if'sold soon; this year'serdp KING Quality shoes foremen at Cuh :
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    r! ti WE-Have listed some of the most desirable included. ,J. H. Halley I1 rater-' FOR fresh' 'fi.h. phone the Rull Bass Store. Ltf "
    building. 45-tf
    fif--, :' .. : ;r . 'FOIL SALE" I j FOR SALE.-Windmill and tank, good property on the market, both nity Market No. 189. ,19-tf' SEE King Quality shoes before buying ;, -
    : 'city and county Which we offer at FOR SALE-Five passenger (touring GET H. N. BRATTOM: to drive Cash '
    as new. Mrs C. V.: Bearden. 37 tf your Store. 1-tf ;
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    I the lowest prices to be obtained. car, or will exchange for l land. G. F. artesian wells. 43-tf .- .,

    FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Buff OrJ FOR SALE-Good house, lot 75x150 There is no padding prices by us, parker. 36tf. ----- -- --,- -- -.An open faced gold watch.. ',.:, oF'.'
    pington eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert. 39.tf with artesian well water, nome' fruit every piece of property sold at exact FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull Owner can have same by calling ';+
    I and a good stable; only $12UO; reason- price placed on it by the owner. FOR SALE-8000 acres of extra nire Bass Market No. 189. ,19-tf, this office, proving property and pay I s oj
    p PAIR of good, gentle 'work horses able terms. J. H. Fraternity write us your requirements 'and we timber land located on a beautiful --- ing foi this notice. 44-tf I
    Halley,
    for sale cheap. Ro. Grave. 26-tf building. 45-tf I I will do our best to please you by lake and within three miles of two MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the ___ u_ ____,___. _
    yf showing just the kind of property you railroad stations. This entire tract _Rull, Bass_Market, phone 189. __ 19-tf: LOST-Strayed or stolen. Yearling
    : FOR SALE-Or rent, .;: new 5-room FOR SALE-Nice new five-room houseon desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf is exceptionally well adapted to the heifer dark brown, \\1
    growing of all kinds of citrus fruits WOOD per strand, $1.25; five strands showing Jersey
    cottage. For information, call at l: large lot, 100x150 feet fine deepwell I mixture on legs'and head, marksor
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    '' Methodist par'llon.le. 44-tf I good fence; and fifteen! nice I HAVE a five thousand acre tract of and to general farming. Price $6.00 575. Kissimmee'Lumber-- Co. 29-tf I brand. Reward for information(

    } I bearing orange trees, located in a excellent timber land for sale so cheap per acre, on easy terms. that will lead to *sat ,I
    1 f CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low ': good part of the town overlooking j that it will astonish you. Well located 42tf Downing Realty Co. WRITE US for anything you want in Gazette office. recovery. Inquire 44-tf 4.,
    the line of Florida real estate. No
    "Jr. price. See or write H. Fleming for the lake. A snap'at $1250.00. I I on beautiful lake, close to ral- :

    ,; ,'n : particular. 40 tf I 42tf Downing Realty Co. I I road. It will pay you to investigatethis. FOR KENT 42tf matter what Downing it is, we have Realty it.Co. BUY an orange grove from the DoWIoo'
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    Better write for full informa
    ing Co. and
    Realty live the rest
    } '' <. FOR SAI.E-ohlo; Chester White pigs FOR SALE-Fine building lots in'all tion today. Downing Realty Co.36tf. DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M;Til- (PLEASE do not call at the farm for ot your life. easy 42tfSTAMPS a "'"
    of and J. H. Hal-
    town $50 .
    4 male and fem.le. parts : up.
    I ; Apply to H. W. j ler. vegetables will find them sale
    Boice Vine'St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf ley, Fraternity building. 45-tf - - -- ; you on .
    "Niu 1 '- 7 0"t'r I IF'pR FOR SALE-Choice lots in W. H.'Far ROOMS TO RENT-Either single or at the grocery stores. S. 'B. Ault- 't

    t ', SALE-Nice, full bearing orange FOR SALE-5-acre trucl farm with mer's addition to Prospect Park. en suite; suitable for light house- man. __ 42-4f
    f gro vee. from one to twenty thousand 4-room house; near city on railroad; These lots are some of the most desirable -' keeping. Apply to Mrs.. A. A. Simpson. -
    t dollars. Tell me what want In I price$500 half cash. Address, Owner, in the city, and are sold on 3-tf WE-Are offering some very desirable r
    11, ; t this line and J will find you It for Box 456, kissimmee, I Fla, 43tfFIVE : easy payments. Buy at once, for resident lots, located three blocks p4
    1. you. they are selling fast. Flowing artesian FOR RENT-Nicely: furnished rooms, from the Court House, on nice high ). .1
    .1 Q Downing Realty Co. 86-tf. J!: city lots on which i is located a water can be obtained at a little with or without board, with privaTte elevation, for $200 for inside and $250 '

    j nice new five-room cottage, fine view depth. W. H. Farmer. 41-tf family. on Church street. Mrs. Kulp. for corner lots. Alley in rear of all
    c, FOR HONEST and square deals in allS 38 tf these lots. Cash, or short time. Letus
    of lake cool breezes. This
    kinds of real estate, call on or write the prop- show these lots. H. M. I'i;
    is located close the you Just the everyday Government \:
    W. H. Farmer Box 322. 16-tf erty to proposed IF YOU want furnished rooms for FOR RENT-Two fnrnished rooms, Breaker one
    & Co. 24-tf
    )'> electric line on high level lots. A light house-keeping, write or call on city"center.. Address, Box 126, Kis- and two cent Stamps that you buy i i
    bargain at $1600. Let us show you W. H. Farmer, "The Square Dealer," slmmee, Fla. 36tf
    f: : at the 1". O. always hand at
    uu 1 I FOR SALE-Three-room cottage on I this property. H. M. Breaker & Co.31tf Kissimmee. Fla. 44tf. PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasolinefires. on our if, N(1I (
    r a J, 1\\ HuJrbey street (Lily'. addition). lot FOR RENT-Some pice rooms for light Get one for your launch, autoor I I store, pnd atRegulation. :\' ,
    ,. 6OxI50; five blocks from the court TO EXCHANGE-For small orange housekeeping. All modern c nven'1'' garage and be safe. Sold by Geo.N. .

    7 \ bou.. Price $650 cash for quick \ FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and grove, 6 acres on Palm River; all iences. S. W. Downing. Saunders, agent. Kissimmee. 87 1

    ( 50110. Apply on ,preml.es.. .45-4tpd grapefruit grove, about three miles cleared; new wire fence; flowingwell TO LET-New 5-room cottage, large Prices :
    From small house near Scott Leslie's TWO very desirable resident lots in ,,:'
    / Kissimmee on railroad. Will ; ; .corner lot, artesian well; $12 per
    a ,I I. BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting I sell at a bargain. Address W. ii.Arnold beautiful place, "Dreamland." Mrs month. J. H. Halley, Fraternity Carson addition, each 50x164 feet. .

    'i of a half block, located In the best I Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf Summers, of the Elite Realty Parlor. Building. 43-tf I There are 16 bearing orange trees on I We also curry a* line of FamilyCroccrtW
    these lots under .fence J
    neighborhood in the city. Will sell 44-tf good new
    only to party who will improve It to FOUR-acre and grapefruitgrovp FOR RE'NT-For sale or exchange for located close to the lake. $350 cash that bear the Gov't a|H,

    correspond with surrounding prop- ,, with orange 250 bearing trees, FOR SALE-100 acres, lake front; 7 city property or farm in Northern takes the two. See U. M. Breaker proval-New Fresh and Juicy -MH(

    {,I f erty Full particulars and price to five acres muck and ten acres pine acres grove; gobd dwelling and tenant Ohio, Indiana or Southern Michigan, & Co.. 31tf ancient shelf-woiii punk-and we mm:
    a house J. H. Fra- 10 black celery and truck farm y
    I Interested party H. M. Breaker I land ; 5000. Halley, acres
    in cultivation, thirty and one- sell
    them atREGULATION
    'hN 4 Co 31tfit ternity building. 41-tf close to Kisslmroee; gusher flowing ERNEST L. GREEN SIGN WRITER .
    -- --- ,.,_...! half acres unimproved land fiveroombox well, abundant for irrigation; fenced; Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I
    house, good barn and well. The FOR SALE-A beautiful ten-acre tract under cultivation 5 guarantee all work. Let me figure ?
    it TREES AND SHRUBBERY. For all ; acres pr.paredandpartlyfertilizedandplanted
    I .Improved land all under good fence. PRICES:'
    1 frui ....tree. ornamental trees shrubSk in Pinedale, iust outside the city lim- ; good with you on that job. P. O. Box ;
    or This on' the north side of
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    . I property its. Will sell cheap for cash. 16x20 house this II. maker 139, Kissimmee Fla. 16-tf # .
    Sk ; bevykind write ; money
    = I; W. R.
    East Lake, four miles from Narcoossee -
    t y 42tf Downing Realty Co. forbuainesr will more than HERE ARE A FEW OF THEM t4J.
    L4 i" Orlando, Fla? and get prices speer'l nine miles from Kissiramee. ready ; pay ,, ",
    FOR SALE.-Horse, new set for itself the first year; reason for NICE-centrally located home on beau '.'
    ;; Price $4.500, $2,500 cash, balance one wagon 10 Ib. Cottolene
    ; ; FO SALE-The finest turpentine and H. M. Breaker & Co. of harness. Price .$175. Herbert selling, other business interests call tiful corner lot, only three blocks pail 11.35 a
    v > timber proposition In this section of I' year. Spier. 37 tfFOR ing me away. Address. Box 567, Kis from Broadway, house Is lighted 13 Ibs. Granulated Sugar -. 1.0Q. rj

    ', i the .tate. Admirably located. Will FOR SALE--House of six rooms with simmee. 45-tf with electricity, has bath toilet and '
    be sold on terms of SALE-A FARM- 25 Ibs. Rice-to eat - 1.00
    very easy pay- water and sewer connection located kitchen sink; new cement sidewalk;
    i r' _menu Write for prices to in two blocks of postofflc. house is 254 ecres in all. house cooUuns seven rooms, including North's D. S. Meats .12' MSwift's

    \ ;. ,42tf. . Downing Realty Col I plastered wood work'bud oil finish; 40 acres In cultivation. WANTED bath: room; lot 120x150 feet, ex-
    ., .. )lot'64x1ifi with 19 full bearing orange 350 orange trees, about 200 bearing. tending to 16-foot alley. We can Premium Hams .18 ULX iii,
    j );. -. jrOR.SAL80. &Crea' of'' land t of a trees in the yard. You can stand on One larae.b.rn.One WANTED five or ten acre farm, offer this beautiful.'home on very Come and the others''''at !" .
    ' i '''mile' from the city Ilmita. re. of 1''I the porches and pluck the fruit Call 8-room house with- house' and"young, grove of reasonable' terms. Full particularsto ,get .e,... '
    .a { s which js Ana cypress muck land, very) on us and allow us. the privilege of One mule-lot and shed, 1 deep well. oranges. Chas. W. Motes Arkadel- interested.parties. H. M. Breaker ; : 1

    1/ ... r 1 ; rich fruity balance R'OOd dl I: showing you this desirable home. All buildings same as new. phia; Ala.' 45-2tpd & Co. 24-tf +
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    ;1cltro.\ .- : Locat1on of this S9tf H. M. Breaker & Co If miles from St. Cloud. North KissimmeTaylor's

    .. ; ',. c.nake; It very yaluable. The timber 1 1 mile from railroad station ANYONE anywhere Dan start a mail FOUND-On the city' dock a pair ofsoldrimmed e
    ,1 iw , ( J. Valuable for fence-poets, telephone; FOR -SALE-Pbongraph .and records. County road running alongside of prop- .order business at home. No canvass spectacles. Owner can
    ti } 11' .r I'. 'and telellrapb, P.<1le.. : Beeldee being I I R. O. Meek: 44-tf erty. ing. Be your own boes. Send for free have same ,by? calling at the Gazette
    e. N I' ,texce lent land:It aivei one:the free.''I' About t mile from lake. booklet Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, office and paying/ for this notice. 44-2t t
    4 : dom of.a country home with 'Cltyad.; resAL'E=-20>acres:('6 acre tinder Church on property. Lockport N. Y. I J

    \ flf t t;untage., .uch ptI ,plend\lt\: high school.;r cultivation; fruit trees; 2 good wells; School within 200 yards of house. AN Intelligent person may earn $100 t
    ",if... \ :" brood marketa. cburches. etc Price,, S:-room house, barn, wagon shed Will sell for $7 500 cash. WANTED: .small automobile in ex- monthly corresponding for newspa Quick Delivery' '.,Phone--.0 bti
    ':fi' y"I6O' per aerp; tim. on two-thlrdl or poultry' house; spring water on place; About 8 miles horn Kls immee. cbange for tract of Florida land. Mrs. pers. No canvassing. Send for par : '.
    :'ii: tnore.tf'deeired.Nelson; :,: I 2mllee-north land 4 miles west Kissim442tp- Address, Henry. IV BM. -*<-tfKissimmee. J I Summers of the' Elite Realty Par ticulars. Press Syndicate B 2245 / n

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