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 10, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00515
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ders. as:a ..jean;: dealing in real estate .. .the public that times will be welcome
WILL : LAND will cannot now, afford be to, be without one. It i .. c.,.... as'well,.as dollarA:,receipt bearing MAN.SEEKING WOtKUn ( (! '1

an easy Uk tobumberoqr .. th.likeness of Governor Broward will I
house,.. every lot in the:*ity'"Is; defined Board, bf, < Trade '.., I be.mailed to every subscriber who wU. fly

I. 'ludlam & 'MacDonoinfr Compan) and can be located without a particle .. '.. .". y, give.his name.and Address.The . .Find .t Wafts ,

Make I Proposition to Build yf trouble with'a ,glance at. this t \ life of ,N.. Bf 'Broward.,;:was an '
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in ragged honesty'per* .
Wall Lake Front The of the Board ot Trade !
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f> Measrt. Jenkins,& Woodham desires severance determination to make Comforts: of Life..Thcfoflowlng .; :

subscribers( for,these maps to.know that will beheld., Monday, aught! at730 o'clock, in r: ; right triumph overwroog,' and, the ob- .
The building! a sea wall they are In receipt of only six at,present the'Council uW Chamber.*J isVi'" 'Mattem'.that4ita11T J.e.Ur.i :.ibAptopos.d'.aognnmsntkhtoshow w ::Jetter.Ts Tn answer to

on the lake front has been discussed by none of which have been sold 1, but oKisammee tq future,'u well aa present generations a query'by a'gentleman Irving at''Buf .I ''k+

our people for.._the, put .ten years,,a* that in a few days they will reeetve"one affecflhe "welfare be pre. that.the,. world appreciatessuch faio-N.' Y..,arid .w..believe. puts;: the.

theyrecognlz d there was much valuable hundred, when they will make the'de seated at this meeting, and' )it is, earnestly qualities 'and win,hold! .them In re fact "regarding this section In. a .ar. r'
there that under livery of all that have been ordered and membrance. '' "his' ". '
land present conditions find :.The man who spent concise and truthful w.yl' }
that member will it .
hoped convenient .
was useless to say nothing of be In position to tell a; few, the p'rlc.-ot .very life In the effort to uplift humanity, to '- 'ft'::' LS

the *added ,beauty such a wall woqld which will b/ ten dollars each. e to be present promptly' at the hour secure equal opportunities for all; who 'Kissimmee,'Fls:. ,,Nov 1st. 1911. t iMr.

give our city but It was left to the named There '.certainy plans l \ gave the. people all ,he bad I of tae'e'nergyj"and Breckanridgi '
5 : ) a are, ; t ma tang ,Henry Mallock. 259 |

make Ludlam the} &initial: MaeDonough move( in that Company, REV." SjfPi1'ENS that if earned- -to"a* f successful* ': ". conclusion V"-.*. '{!.will IA .great a force',:a
This Company acquired forty acres make Kissimmee''' the moat important: inland from the people he sought to serve, I am always ready_ to t give any:tpformation -t--
Resigns the Pastorale of1( the the perpetuation of his- for its M
of groand on the lake shore a few Baptist memory, ,
city 'in Florida before the close of the ,year' . concerning Florida which wfll$ be \ '
to such "
months,! ago, and laid it out into .. new1 gen'sra41001 e
Church. j ,. . of any Interest to | haze traveled
lots and named it Cape Breeze.. 1tj : r 1912 bu;:: thi."Jean. .'.'oD yn..e'o.tb S J{ con-L:e*,, lit!' qaaat look foil tie inspiration that over the moat of Florida since 1395 z .
: joyid pleaeuree W. > w <*< *< w tfcerted ;
oncejsaw In this world of' y \ shall make thelrrjwn lives a benefit to 1 r.
at the necessity building : .ir. .v Wi'atate
action on :the part of all people, and I think haa a graft) fu
wall) to overflow in of trials and regrets we have learned men. .
prevent an cue
Ilea tu... I am more favorably Impressed '
of high water and began work along to accept without question any burden and aa. the Board of Trade U the only commercial The committee feela that the people with this section of the state thawany-; : ,

that hrie, the result ,up to this timebelngi.t that falls to our lot, but there are some organization in the city that has for its who believed in him and in whom he other I,have "' 0. ., ;r.
the value of th "'land re- hat; sink deep into the heart and leave believed will not let hia memory perish 't
.>, object the bettering of conditions generally, it From the reading of your letter1-* understand t
far in excess of the cost of a vacant space that requires time to from the e"db. but will respond that the main'thing JOUci"'N''' ";1
fill.. i eminently to expect that if desire promptly and to this call
wall. proper you generously to know Is: Can a man comedown here .s .
has been the work of. One of these burdens pf these deep -. r for aid and co-operation in the work. family mike ,
,your city M graw ittdIiywpeetfw1 I1 Wine with a and ,be able to a> .
this company that it has drawn a and lasting regrets we were called on ..' hW, .. .<" \. they have undertaken.Miss living while he la looking oat for Mmevthing '' ,.11 i'''

', plan for the building of a wall the this; week to bear when we learned to, yteeting'Mundajr\ nigband; ....: your' .. GERTBUDB DZIALTNSKUSec. better. To-this Inquiry I CM answer : ," It- "),' .
iii entire length of the city on the lakefront that the Rev. Bunyan Stephens had re part oif&e fcmfcstf .T SAs, $:..4y...'_& J3S2. : Broward Monument Com., yes..' If..:'a man'can make slicing oJ- 1

and it is 'more than probable the signed his pastorate of the I Baptist A. S. NELSON, President. anywhere, he lean do It In Florida; 'I '

property owners that would be affected 1 church, and would leave on December JUDGE G. I f. PARKER came her sixteen yvars.-.0 with; only'three '; ..;{
'let for Plant H. CLAY Secretary. .J
will enter heartily into the scheme ..ndwilling'y dollars In my pocket and have not, .
their rata of the cost. We say it is a burden all the people ,- ,' "
pay pro suffered from want a tingle day. if"1 ...}, ,
The {plan)' offered"by the Ludlam &: I of Kissimmee are called on to bear Resigned the Position A. C. L Agent been able to give my children n ,afairlygood 't- /,' ',,'
I for. more generally beloved pastor we ,
MacDcpough Company provides for a education .iit'-: .
continuation of the wall as already have never known. Mr. Stephens came at This'Place.: As to the wages paid carpenten&ere; ., r I ,)
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"' built oh Cape Breeze, In a direct line I to this city three years ago_ rom AtlantaCa. Last week the,Vali;.y Gaaetto staled I will' ..y', ,all depends! the; "

along \the front of the Makinson, Thur- / ., having become' a mfniaterut Aeroplane) >'Fj.eld is *;;, J1.J ; -that the tfntire-:foFce in"tile A. c.'L. grade of work done. They are paid. all T I- f.''

i, man, A. C. L. and city propertip. to alfew years before, and,was little .., freight v.ffiee at ..ihiafplaoeWM'frelleved : the 'way.from ,two- to .n.. "dolUa*.per .
.. the end of the else than a great big boy but in those of their the resultof '
present city dock crossing positions as day Common laborers'receiveYfromone . r '
Dakin, Possiel Darlington and three years he has developed into one Located at Kissimmeervr an investigation on the-part of an dollar and half, to two dollars pet "t..v
of the best preachers the best men, official of the road .
Ruby avenues to Stewart avenue. '
day .
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the biggest and brainest men that it t :t'
inner side of the Mermaid It that '
On the wall ; appears though statementwas '
Ground'Leased in Park Garden and Building There are many inducements to f Pf.O'J. ;"'.
boulevard, a one hundred feet has ever been our pleasure l to know. a correct In regard to all with the hair ." v,
pie to Corp.; to ,this state. We one< 1
wide street, will extend the entire distance Bunyan Stephens came to us a young Will be Erected for the Manufacture ot4Air ,exception of Judge G. F. Parker, theagent of the'1'mo*t .8quabl'-clhilat;Ib the a
and will be with man with nothing but his Bible who called at this office
planted palms : Monday ''
ti and trees and laid out in graceful eompanionship; he leaves us the possessor . ships and Men Will Be Taught itsly.: : : and stated: that he. had not been dis country-never very cold neltb.tdG.- :# :
I It eVlfr'a extremelj'warnt.. 1% one 1' u
of a fond and loving wife-and a /-" .? .
continuous lake drive missedby the but that he had
parks, making a corjtpany wishes to engage. lot;farming basinets,* :u .
1 darling child.Wherever. -- --- -- ?
the whole, front. resigned his position for the ,
across city reason he'ean find good farming lands..".her.
.The'' outer walls of the dock are to I Bunyan Stephens may go, Mr. A. DeVane, of the firm of Patton lieve they have.solved the problem of that the company desired to place \Jpont Is deal of difference In ,
a great arming
be of reinforced concrete of the same 1, and whatever may be his future lot, the &: DeVane of Birmingham, Ala.. i Is. building a machine that can fly through him additional responsibilities to those here and in the'states north of J)>ere.Anyone k.
.pidefeiffn. as the lake wall with intermediate love of all the people of Kistfiramee will in the city and has leased eighty acres the air in safety under the guidance ofa t which be had heretofore assumed.We learn how farm hire
can to in
walls separating the upper and the go with him, and their prayers will follow of land in Park Garden which lies just person with little experience In the I learn that Judge Parker. was In a little while., If he desires. to .nttr ...' '

lower levels. 1 him to the ends of the earth. south of the city limits on which he will management of airships, as well as one I no wise connected with the troubles any other line. of business then.,are:

s>. The dimensions of the upper I /build a house to be-used for the perfecting that can be of practical use in the transportation which led to the discharge of the other great opportunities awaltiogUnv,) You a

5x110.feet, with a 20-foot incline drive MR. V W. C. BASSIts Of an aeroplane upon which his firm of persons' as" well as of light employe; and In deference to: fair playwe can engagageln'moat: any thing 1 you

through the middle to the. lower level ,has secured a patent. freight, and if they h have, a fortune cheerfully'make this correction. wish. ._ .
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which will be 60x110 feet with a steel 1 : Mr. DeVane .tate.'tha his machineis awaits them. i '. There are 'o several ,fraternal'ordera'

trussed roof. to Arthur C. Donegan 280 b 'w'at Pablo beach; where ha has Anyhow, Kissimmee has again.dem*: LYCEUM ", : here vjx: !'Free Masons, 'Knights'of Get y'
', trying ft out the summer; onitrated fact.that It is the first of' ; COURSE1
been during
Within the of thepres6ht"I6wland
wRllg.tP.whole Acres of Land on Lake Front. 'j' .. Pythias, Woodmen of the World Union _;
: Includinl[..the dock and has succeeded in making a fight of oil Florida cities in the location, of modern __..:- ,- Labor. ..'well as others cannot recall

will be filled by dredging from the lake, A sale ol more than passing Interest seven miles: As soon af a hangar can industries. j I Will Be Held in the Auditorium of the just now '\ '.,1' ...
thus raising all the'front properties was made a short time ago when Mr.. be built this ,machine will be brought (The editor has been invited to,be the I ., "
six feet and leaving deep water Walter.C. Bass Sold to Mr.Arthur E. here'and; when perfected ,a' buildingwill first man to take a ride through the I Osceola High School By .the.:way, I, have two young men

:- .the length of the wall. Donegan 280 ,acres of land on the lakeshore be erected for their: manufacture.Mr. clouds in this latest and most up-to-date I l The people of Kissimmee have re-. working from for me for the last, two' years "'

,' ,At,present, the pity lake front prop. just south of the city, as well as DeVane states that he finds the aeroplane but if he should accept, he i I sponded so liberally! the call for a your state. They came down InDecember

:": erty includes abtfut 6.3 acres of land his brick business house on Broadway.This climatic conditions here to be especially will give through the columns of the Lyceum course that it becomes necessary and l looked' as If they'needed .f
Valley Gazette his feelings as he left old I a job very badly. 1 gave them 'werkand
is one of the largest deals to the riding of the aeroplanea -
money adapted
that lie low for and to the of
top any purpose terra firma to mingle with the stars and change place: meeting bees"wait
theyhave e..ioQ4kTh.y
I me
that has been made in Kissimmee this essential in his busi I
practically worthless. condition most from the
are other things-that is. he will if he isn'tmade opera house to'the high school fellows
good hones and I
are ,
The cost,Of the operation planned by season, as the land is some of the moat ness. dear,. dumb blind and a raving auditorium. The seating capacity of r
& valuable in this section, and the lakeshore Both Messrs. Patton and DeVane be- lunatic by his experiences.] !I house do not think they will ever go back,
the Ludlam : MacDonough Company I the opera was proving altogether.inadequate. North to stay. ,' 1 V W
would be about 17,500, and wouH l give is rapidly building up in handsome The $School Board was interviewed There to be if false
seems impressionamong p
residences. This land extends from the
an increased value to the city property and a plan adopted whereby some of the people in the North .
of $15,000, and the improvements will city limits to Shingle creek be made and with into An Election is Called the library committee the high school regarding the Southern people. We are -x

be of such a permanent character that I very little expense can accepts the management of the courseand .,We '..,.
home sites.Mr. only human as you are. are gen*
there will be but little required fore most desirable the proceeds will go' to that fund.

,:, maintenance. I Bass still retains which several he will hundred By the City CouncilTo Mr. Stephens, who was instrumental erous has anything willing against to give and matt take.because No one'he'
acres in that vicinity use
While the design is made principally I he in securing the course for KI..immee. cornea from the North. If you cane (' i
for hill
to cover the needs of the city. It also as a pasture cattle owning a and who has done a greater part of the will have chance _
here you just as good a
v !provides for the. requirements of other large number, and in which Industry he work of securing the season tickets and as a plan raised In Florida. :There Is >,;

, interests, and plans railroad facilities will engage: on a large scale as it is considered Authorize the Borrowing of Twenty-Five Thousand '- collecting, will complete the arriuisW not an idle man. $In this town' from the' i
" that will greatly improve and add to one of the most profitable&itnFlorida. menU as,. nearly aa possible before leaving who
North There
wants work.
It is such men as W. C. Bass Dollars to Pay for the Paving of Certain : are. "r
'yard space', and give dock advantagesthat Osceola the mostprosperous "" the city and will then turn over to some not working, but they would not
will be greater and less costly who are making county in Streets With Vitrified Brick. the high school committee of which wrk anywhere. 1a
and progressive .
than any others that have been proposed county Prof. Evans Is chairman alt the moneycollected The young men I mentioned above ,
j I the state. the contracts with the Alkahest told me that they were'told that they
From Stewart avenue the wall and' At an adjourned meeting of the City ,I the state as the contracts to be let will Lyceum system, .and any'other ,
had better not be caught talking to a,,
boulevard are ultimately to be extended Council held last night, a resolution was I| provide for the removal of the marl on i matters relating to the Lyceum course*. after the l and f I
' to I PACKINGHOUSE adopted calling anelection of the voted Broadway Emmett and Brack streets negro crossing astojj
Shingle creek, and will include the The seating arrangement of the high Dixon line: This is absolut !/a false
lake fronts owned by Judge Parker Kissimmee to authorize the cityto .1 to Church street and the avenues con- school auditorium being entirely different I a*'

John M. Lee J. M. Willson, H.. Flem Now Running on Full Time. With a borrow twenty-five thousand dollars, necting Broadway with Church street. to that of the opera house will makeit impression.and work manage a good snanfn.groes.The turpentine.

ing. B. C. Miller and Arthur E. Done- :. Large Force of Workmen to be used in pay in or the cost of layjng I With the authority granted rhe Council impossible to carry out the same plan camp two men from the North are all the
vitrified brick on Clyde ayenue from to do this paving the only other
gan. of reserved seats as started by Mr.: whit men I have They were surprised .
,These gentlemen; have all On.......Mondsy a representative of the the A. C. U tracks to Emmett street I thing necessary to make Kissimmee the Stephen. After consulting ,with ,the to see how I manatee: the D croea.I ,
F their visit to the Emmett street to a point hundredand prettiest, the most up-to date and the 1 I
intention to continue the decEa Ir.Gazetle paid a one j I School Board and several who are anxious never have trouble, with them. ,.
t ..well begun by the Ludlam &: I Waters &; Carson packing house, and fifty feet from Broadway,Broadway -;I most enterprising city in Florida is for i I about the seating arrangement It We i pass and jrepasa any and I give him his, "

f T in Company and with the united wa completely surprised to see the activity from Dakin avenue to Brack street, the Council to issue a mandatory order i': has been decided to reserve the first just doe, but never have any! social

( effort of all, it i* assured that tour : going on and the number ot men Brack: street to Vine street, Vine streetto to all property.owners to lay cement I i fifteen rows of seats in the auditoriumfor dealings with him. He Is a negro; 'and ,

.lake front shall soon be made complete I at work. the A:"'C. 1. tracks, Main street to I' sidewalks in front of their property. ,those who hold season tickets. No I has to be treated differently..than white a N

,In Its beauty and utility.SPLENDID I Two sizing machines were running Oak street, _. and Ruby avenue from i Others will! be allowed in ",this space. people. The best way to maaage a negro -
fall of packers, Broadway to the; city dock.( That portion .Ii
\ : and the pits were All these seats are perfectly good and ,!Is to treat him,honestly and let him
:' WORK wrapping oranges just About as fat asa ,of Emmett .street and Broadwaynot 1' In the front half of the bouse. First stay In.his place. *

I chicken picks up !:corn while men mentioned in the above plan has Member of Barnard Monument come, 'first'served.:: This will be lair to If there is. any'other'queation'yoswould '
with trucks were.}ept constantly busy already been provided for by a former .'
Committee for Osceola.The I all.The like to know about, I will gladly
Pone by Jenkins & Woodham'In carrying the boxes to the cars .for, resolution of the Council as well. as has tickets already issued will be good answer it. I hope ,I bave'made. the -
: transportation to the Eastern markets. Dakin avenue from Broadway to the' Broward Monument Committeefor and no others are necesssry. There clear to ,0 ,

,,.. Making a Map of Kfesimrnee.i While this is not as large as some of A.. C.
n The Valley Gazette had the pleasure I the packing houses in South Florida It..was the Council's intention to the Hon. C. A. Carson ,of Kissimmee part of those who hold season tickets and come Jto Kissimmee, call on me ,\

.t le j week of being' presented> with a still it is one of the most complete and award the' contract' 'at this session' for Is a member of this committee for Osceolt for the best section of the house is reserved add I will(be plated to give. you any ,< 'i

map! of 1..lmmee by it.e: makers. 1 the manager informed us that be employed paving a portjon'of Broadway and Da- county and authorised to receive for them'while all other mu'st Information'I'can;' "* oti'/'J"'>

n, Meestp./ Jenkins &; Woodham. 'These nothing:>> but men who are skilledIn kin avenue>.but' at* the last lIoment'it. subscriptions to the fund now being ..eek.their seats In the rear of,the bouse. Respectfully; ,*-*' y

r, ntlel'en. who are among the fore. 1 the handling of fruit, as his Instructions was discovered' that the, advettsement' raised for the, purpose-of ''erecting a Advertising matter-for; the first at j68.1i. COrE. Ir

mq .+"eyon In Florida !are em.! from the owners were to never calling for bids )for,,;.that work,was not monument to the late Napoleon B. traction''appears '.in'':another section of 9 J '

' Joyed by .the City Conned"* a few: let a box leave the house about whichtberdcould in,accordance,with thelawtlieiefore,' : Broward; former Governor of Florida this piper and will be displayed.; try the .Mr. T..A:Baas;who moved from this-: -:;' '

month";-CO to establish a iracJeci of our I be the least question as to another ady.rtis.mentpppearsrlntbistrade and United States Senator-elect: ;: '. window. early next week,* The Vassar city to his farnrnear. Bassuger la the'

streets, and this map I. a perfect out 1 the 'quality the fruit or the mannerIn .asking ;fOE bids,,,which will be 'Subscriptions "will be forwarded to Girls will appear; next Thursday Novem e'arl.au1 of the .year, this ...eek..nt-i, ** '

.hnt ptU,the lots. additions and streets I which it was packed. There Is no opened at an adjourned meeting on the. I the treasurer Hon. Wi H.MlltooafMarlaagsy ) ber 16, at 8:15 p.'TO. In the' high school' his soa In-law,; Jr./, '"

t,the eJty. .. red tape to unwind' when paying a visit 23rd V thls'raontnv <. : to whom an'bheck..hoa! )d auditorium. ThoM who do not hold season a sweet,'potato that weighed and'a'\ 'It.

;>>The'map eon.ldered by expert fa'j tolhis packing house and all visitors If ,the citizens should vote this authority be made payable. ,No.. stipulated tickets: will be admitted at,the"door half poundswe* ton in<*hes-Jong and t ..

tJ.t.line'to,be as near perfection ,M it are shown evnry courtesy although the to the Council.'th'.t e of amount isa; .ked, as? tb.* State Committee ,- on payment of: $L00., For any further eighteen inches'ln; eircamferenee, h i '7

I Is possible to maker and thew [.n J.. rk.m8D'h.v. little or no time to engage Ktsiimmee will, 'within the>next wishes to' make this In thetare net details telephone. ,Mrr ,,B.. Stephen atnumbeyr big had a whole!, AeJd of othn' '. : "

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:'' ton, K. J. Nelson and wife, B. C. Dut- building a nice bungalow on the north I.
; r St. Cloud ton; Clarence Johnson, George Gardner, side of Lake Down. t-i .

f J Edgar Katz, Dr. J. N. Simpson, H. E. Mr. McNiel is having lumber sawed

"--" ," I, Bryan, Frank Doyle Joe Johnson, Local.. Happenings Interestingly Told for a bungalow and garage which 'he Office Desks Tables and
"' Cbarles Donegan M. J, Adams Robert will build on the eat_ side of Lake : '
}. ;' T. C;,ROBERTS, ,Correspondent.,.. > Johdson, of.Kissimmee. When leavingthe by Our Correspondent.Messrs.Hall Down. .. ,
I"'I hall they promised to be present on and Paynter were pleasant Our school is building up quite rap.. A good 'desk with ample drawer space and
'J!, :,,1 r ,Mr... and'Mrs, ;Edward G. Pierces, A. 't Friday dance. at Smith Sun idly being enrolled Ch plenty
'. nex : evening at A special callers Dorian'Ppint. seven new.pupls airs of filing room is anecessity :;not
L. Soule. and J. J. '" ,
wife, McKenzie :
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this'week. THE GIRLS.His
On Thanksgiving .night a masquerade day. -- '
s luxury. We have larlte and small desks, rolling -
wife and daughter, and Mn. Edwin -
l ; ball will be I Henry Ste'phensoiTand wife, of Leav- "
'. given.Communion
Parke, all of StockbndgeMicb., arrived enworth, Kan., arrived Friday and are rm- and flat tops! from $12 up. :The small desks have a drawer
Thureday. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce are in now settled on their land south of Mr.Reep's. .* It was the young man's first appearance beneath the table, book compartments on ea'ch-"side of 'the top ,
services held in the
were at the festive board of bis adored
their home on Maryland ,
near 12 and
filing compartments small drawer between. The large
M. E. church last ,
Twelfth and much Sunday morning.Rev. one's parents. Everything passed off
i I with the street are pleased Westcott officiated and was assis Mr Cox is having a two-inch well put harmoniously until Grace's sevenyearold desks have, in addition four large drawers beneath, also large
improvements made since they ted Rev. The choir down at his home just south of the Gibbs brother broke tbe blissful silenceby and small drawer.
J left in the spring.The by Rodgerg. ren- cupboard Sliding shelves on each side pro-
l dered special singing, and the churchwas place. exclaiming: vide extra table space. Stenographer's desks and typewriter
is alsoa ] "Ob, oagbter seen Mr. Jack
decorated Mr. Lynn, our noted gardner ma. yer
New York association met at the and daisies.beautifully A number of people joinedthe roses good .fisherman, he having .caught. an son the other night when be called to tables $12.50. Office Chairs. Stools and Typewriter Chairs..Dt .
beautiful home of Comrade Bardwellon take Grace to tbe drill. Ba looked so
'prl 'I on the lake front, Tuesday, About church, -by letter and probation. In eighteen pound fish one day last week. nice stttln' longslde of ber with hi* I
f, the evening"a't the evangelistic service The McAdoo brothers and John Ham- arm"- sit AJS .7a ;

1 a ninety-five splendid time.were present and all report, the'church was filled with attentive listeners mond went down the canal fishing Saturday "Fredl"! screamed the maiden, whose I -j. ",

f while Revs. Westcott, Redgers night They had fine success or face began to assume the color that la ; '
j anp Kenney occupied the pulpit. luck, as a fisherman would. They caught calculated to enrage a bun. quickly
I 'J Mm. S. H. Cull has arrived from twenty pounds. placing her hand over the boy's mouth. Kissimmee Furniture Company :

ta. Georgia with her two children and they Mrs. Fowler says living in the coun- "Yer ougbter seen him" continued ,
a. J f are now in their home on Virginia avenue Business Men's 'League.The try is not so bad when one does not live th. persistent Informant after the embarrassed J. Emory Rush, Manager '

r and Tenth street. -Busineis Men's League met in out of tin cans. They are eating Irish girl's band was removed;
g c I "1M bad his arm""Freddier -
G. A. R. hall Monday evening, with potatoes, peas and other vegetables out shouted the mother as In
Mr. and Mrs. William' Krape left Vice-Hresident Smith in the chair andJ. of their garden. her-frantic attempt to reach the boyshe ,

t Tuesday for Denver Col., on account M. Anderson acting as secretary. Misses Edna Schewagart and Elsie upset the contents of the teapot. In

f k A . of the ill health of Mrs. Krape, of they .The minutes of the meeting of October Schreiber spent Sunday with Miss Oliver Mr. Jackson's lap. '

u: Rnnnymede hotel.Evangelistic. 23 and approved with a cor- I on Flemings Island. In the afternoon "I was Just going to say* the half 'J
,; rection to the effect that It was unwise they made a pleasant visit to Kis- frightened boy pleaded, between a cry George N. Saunders

services in the Methodist ih Mr. Rails, or any citizen, to publishthe I Isimmee Park.Improvemente. and an Injured whine "... bad his I

Episcopal church every evening next matter of the failure of the Citrus stilfgo on over here. arm""Ton- BOAT BUILDER '
bad boy, thundered fathut"get
4 :f week, except Saturday, beginning at railroad coming to St. Cloud. Many Pad folks were in town SatUrday ontr

seven o'clock. Capt. Frost read the report of the among them being Messrs. case I And the boy did so, ('J'rnh"I Agent for "Ferro"and "EagW f.iia'_ -ieud'rtIE.r
.. board of directors. Motion by Lawton ner, McAdoof, King and Cole. was only going to say Mr. Jackson had ci0iiM rut riii't.i'im-- i iB1FSJKNEE !, ;'

Mrs. L. H. Ingram, of Kissimmee, and Scriber that their report be accep- Sarah Anna Fowler spent Sunday BUS army clothes on and be' can't say a.IAawr.wt.snwo..a.! .. ] ? FLORID

,f and Mrs. Morris, of Tampa, were visitors ted and placed on file. with Angle Makinson in Kissimmee. be hadn't" :

fR of Mrs. J. r'esguson. of St. Aloud, A motion that a committee be appointed CORRESPONDENT.WINDMERE W
qt Monday tut.a to see officials of the Citrus Just the" Man H. Wanted.,

.-........-- railroad, as recommended by the board During the retreat of the British to
1 Charleston la the war of the'Revolution. -
j School has closed for the rest of the uf directors., was laid on the table. of
I Manning; a noted soldier Lee's
week as Dr. Chunn reported two cases On motion of Capt. Frost and Law- -
legion.was) In hot pursuit of the flying; MILLINERY BARGAINSLADIES' (
4I of German measles ton a committee consisting of Arthur Happenings and Doings, lomings and British when be suddenly found himself -
-' -'" E. Donegal, H. C. Stanford and Capt. surrounded by the enemy and not

.j . There will be meeting: especially ford Frost was appointed to communicatewith Goings of that Lively Place.: an American within ,fOl't7"rocJL Be -- }

men next Sunday at the M. E. church officials of the Florida East Coast r. A. A- Taylor wife and two children did not hesitate bat+seisinga officer( SILK and FELT HATS now'q

i at 8:80: p. m., at whicb addrnsses win railway, as recommended by the boardof arrived Saturday from Toledo, 0., by the collar and wresting' bin sword. S: trimmed with ribbons and feathers, were $5.00 to $12, \1 f:

r be delivered by the pastors and others. directors.Mr. The Doctor expects to begin work on h5a from hiss by main force, kept his body .lath $2.25 to $3.{5<

.R Garner reported that advertising house next week. aa.a shield while under a' heavy Ore , Straw bats, tiinnred with ilttcns; ar.d fewer, were 18 and.:! *, '%'

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Eaaton, of Wa- matter was being gotten out by the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer Mr. Hunter .. .a....rapidly.borboocI.backed. ,The off frightened from the perilous Britishelplat = .a/ :' $4, nowCHILDREN'S .$1 o.t

a teryliet, Mich., arrived in St. Cloudiest printer.A Vtck. Mr. C. E. Baumgarten and when tbva'somsaarily'captnr.dbegan' SCHOOL HATS in felt 2Sclol'
and will motion by Frost and Bigelow that Miss Edna Keeue visited Orlando Sat = .7 '
Saturday occupy their home on immediately( 'tb' enumerate Usttdear Wool Tarns, 16c-to 25c.BABIES' .t
l ., Ohie-avenue,' between Seventh. ands tbe cattle ordinance be made a matter urday.Mr. -J'UD hit Henry Barry deputyadjutant :,'
+ :4.: : Eighth: street for discussion at the next meeting was J. U. Chamberlain and family general,'captain ta the Fifty- BONNETS In lawn and silk 25c,: to, ,

carried.. from Wanseon, Ohio,.arrived Monday '
eeood regUoeat, 'ebI1Dt.w
t. r > Tbe dance: at UtU'a amusement ball A motion by Scriber and Ferris that a afternoon and will move into their bun.. Bnoognr 1dII.captor/. HAJR-RIBBONS. ,Sat.Narrower and Mon. 5 and 6-ln.width 12and -15c.d.- ;-
: b widths 5c to 16c '
f last week was attended by one of the committee of five be appointed to pet! galow l Immediately. 1'1IJQ'are"ad'o. maa,I was looking yd. ) ;%\

: largest,crowds of the season. The ball tion council to enforce the ordinance in Mr. Karl Keller of Hiawassee, spent for." ,And be,marched him off, FLOWERS were from $1 to $5 a1''bunch, now 5c fto SOc arliuae; c'e' ,

was brilliantly .lighted the music fine regard to cleaning lots In town was carried -: the'day [with the Keene family in the I '" ,l11N 'If'
n't that the priceof a want
and everyone enjoyed themselves to the and a committee composed of Scriber early part of the week. forget is the fa
ad in the Valley Gazette cheapest . k $
i> utmost 'Among the oat of town guests dale, Frost was appointed Ferris Lawton to act In and tbe Wanars-matter. Mr. Philip Bennin' visited. Windemere investment you evertnade. MRS. W/ FARMER*

lu,4 '1 saA.wifi; .'Gilbert and wife! Mir Carrot Adjourned meet Monday evening, last Friday.Mr Old newspapers for sale at... this officeat : . 20.' .', ... r; .,... ,
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': 1 { GRAPEFRUIT : l

I 0VS' ./. :By- .Henry Herbert; Huff . ,, .. KsttMUl LMCMMtrckaats ;
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4 We;sell' "our1 Dia goods} wider a *' '"Mr. Buaipesa:Man," advertising' "1 erforms' rac1ea. ,To,, ,. I -'

,' written guarantee's. to :Weight,. \ one who 'tias 'witnessed-a,aiinpleyldea-fe-d by;':"dvertlaing! grow- :Southern Shipping "0.-so' 4t'
uritIand Value. .Wo'-naue' in idea1 b' tv' . .
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magically into aky; crape ''8 no .wonder 'that' such an l.t .- Ny
h, stock $10,000.OOworth of loose 'should be.current., ,At its beat the ad. ia nO'more. than a vehicle'for'oonveving 319 'WASHINGTON STREET:fjEW YORK;: ,
'l gems from! which, to rrjake.your: selections '' t .RefIrs.ces: CORNER JAT' STREET i j. i
the plain! truth about goods On '
manufacture salosproepecdvecustomers. $a flstkmal $ ? _" ';II;: m

,. ". We any settinayou.may. desire.-. .. Suoceaa ul adyjrtiflingcori'getting.the.publio-. .. I . ....k..4.aDJIIer.' .. Kindly-writ* for tenon lI needed.;- -. ---

,- 'CUTS S' " '.. interested in aygood store-in leading people to the floor It is I tutu*At*ocle SOUC1TINO-AGENT-' W.urrBD- .

,1. : Nothing has ever been found that just for the merchant to complete the Sale and induce them to come '
:f takes the place ot COT GLASS v,(hether for again. :. '

I.l- the Dining Room or Ml, Layd 's. Dressing "No matter how .well planned or effective, advertising'' will 4

+: N L. "Table. CUT: GLASS,/:bas V\.aatlnctness. ,' '. not take goods from the shelves and explain their merits; will . 44....o .... .

.1'"it; that never grows old p out of style. ,not sell a'bill of goods"to tie patron who came for a single irtlrde '.. .. "

; will not bring .a patron.back again who got cheated the:.first l

./ SILVERWARE time; will-not, put a customer in a happy mood if the clerks are .' ,ll _

'i, This department of our big met;:oporian.''stor is alien and*unfriendly; will,.apt,make favorable' impression{ 'on :

if AJ, : exceptionally complete in its every detail-Solid\ Silver buyers if the store is dirty and unattractive ;,will not make A voo- ., :New Fall Suitsn'i

;., f and Heavy Plate Silver, both in the Flat and Hollow Ware, cess of the store that is overloaded with out of date goods at . ,

k' .:- beautiful designs, the latest and most- artistic creations of ,nigh prices; will not make up for mistakes in buying, inexpqrience ..f4 .

the world most celebrated silversmiths. slack methods, poor location or any defects in the man- Au Attractive Model :

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Iff.; 1"1"T JEWELRY I "Tho best that advertising can'do is to bring new-customers to Is of blue serge, with black satin insets on coat and .
the store, but that ia the When the is "skirt and sailor collar \
stock'as ,, hardest part. patron standing trimmed with wide silk: braid.l' !. '
,: A store of the immensity of ours, a complete I before the. counter ready to>buy,' then it la"up'',to,,the merchant to

l\l' r as ours forbids detailed mention. Suffice it to.say show l fyim+j ..gooda, tell .their points of merit and 104 all he can to Suite in brown, red gray, green, blue and black serge fjr !,, .t
that of of the make tales. It is for the dealer to his visitor that he will :
"'"4' '''' V that we have a stock that is equal any 110 please trimmed with braid pr satin and buttons. The 29A'SV t
f stores in the Metropolitan Cities. becomo-a permanent customer of the store. i.nch.coats are satin lined, with sailor or the regulation : '
". tll' "According to custom, Jan. 1 is resolution day, but there is coat collar. The skirts are either plain or have a few'*, ;" :'
RIGHT no need of waiting till New Year's to make resolutions. Do so HOW. plaits to give extra width. Some have the panel back: ,!'" !.
:j OUR PRICES Mr Business Man, I want you to make the following good resolu- and front. These suits are well-made throughout and. j.!',,,. ''1;
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AND OALUES BIO surely please you. _.__ ; :
U} i "1 resolve to (1)) advertise ,liberally In my home papers, giving .. Prices are from $15 to $18. 7.. A'
< We solicit mail orders. careful study to the writing of copy and following all the Instructions ...\
'" you bare given me; (2) dispose of all left over and unsalable goods a* "olI!"
: We invite you to visit our store. ; .'" quickly as they accumulate; ((3)) bold frequent sales, openings, etc., as' Plain tailored mixtures In brown, gray, and green t ;
't.:1;:'I'I:. NOW is the time to select._your Holiday Qoods.. modba of drawtDg'cu tolD8nt to my store; ((4) turn over stock frequently b'Utton-trin'uned'cut' ; on correct lines, are always In ;,r. 1.'
We will stow for ybu and make deliveries on any so that every dollar of my capital shall be kept moving and yielding a I style and always attractive. .J/... ,
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1(; .: profit; ((5h. pay cash for goods and sell for cash as nearly. possible; We have them for $12.50, '"" .::
-: date you may direct. ((6) reach out after trade over the surrounding country; (7) push seasonable t" '..
goods and to keep as complete and attractive; a etoek of new goods "
.t'1'4 1 @/ Other suits, trimmed with braid, are priced at 8.50
aa I can afford; ((8)) use price cards In my show windows'and on counter ,
and the usual. cotton repps, in- tan, are still lower in, ,, "
and to change my window decorations frequently; (9)) keep .my store as -v :
!"! neat and clean as possible and give my patrons the best of service; (10)) price. C
The Rust-BeckwithJewelry Co. be honest, truthful, systematic and active In conducting business and ; \y ;
deal I pleasantly and fairly with those who may come ._ We shall be pleased to show these to you. ,
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& 410 FRANKLIN STREET "I wish; to thank you for 'your kind attention' during my visits :
Opposite Court House and have found *,\'
hope you may them profitable. .(, 'I''
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.".. ; .- PROGRAM 4 IS COMPLETE trip to be arranged by 'the entertainment -' . . .

p To the Good People of ..KissimmeeM r-- committee. It is not Improbable. ,
For the first.florida Conference on that both trips may be arranged.. It III
f.j" expected that the delegates will get a I
.. Charities and Correction. VV ::4
closer acquaintance in this social featureof ,. V V :
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Y "We-wish to announce that 'we', 'thls, year, made .. Jacksonville, Fla.'N' .v. 9.-The compute the conference.
i : .. Alt the \ of Florida will be of. I
larger preparations to cater to the trade than ever before. program for .th First Florida colleges '
I Our; buyers spent weeks, in the large Eastern markets and Conference: on Charities and Correction, ficlally\ represented at the conference. ., ,;. ';, ., \i
spared no expence In the purchase of stock in have' to ,be held in Jacksonville Rollins college, at Winter Park will be ,
same as large-as diversified and as up to date as any Met. 16-18. has_ been printed and is beihe' represented by Prof. W, F. Blackwan,
store. mailed out to the members of all organizations the president; Stetson university by the I w
s! in the State Feder'atlon'of Wo- president,-Dr. Lrincoln Hulley; the State \ ? > 'ISi
We have the best of everything that might be expectedin men's clubs, county commissioners superintendent College for Women at Tallahassee by.
,( a. first class jewelry store. Our guarantee is behind every I of public instruction, its president Dr. Edward Conradi; the 1
. article that we sell, and if not JUST as represented we mayors institutions ahrl colleges 'and I University of Florida by Dr. L. L. Ber- .I / '
i cheerfully refund the purchase price. newspapers.The nard, professor of sociology and eco- d .
first cession of the' conference nomics, who is on the program for an .
NOW will be cared for and t t d
Holiday presents
l Thursday evening the board of trade address on Education In Social Work:
J"1 delivery made on any date you may spEcify auditorium will be a joint meeting of The colleges of the state were very 4

:l I the State Federation of Women's clubs i quick to offer, their; co-operation in working st
and the conference. It will be the last up interest in the conference, and
j Owen-Cotter Jewelry Co: session ol the state federation's convention some of the leading educators of the
. : and the opening of the conference. leading* educators of the state have de-
R; 613 FRANKLIN STREET The introductory address will be delivered yoted much time to preparation for the '

,t;1 Lost Distance'and Local Phone No. 1079 & 1300 by Mrs. A. E. Frederick, of Miami meeting. ," ...

'-i TAMPA FLORIDA, president of the State Federationof ri
Women's clubs, followed "oy ah ad- IMPORTANT NEWS
dress by W. A. Lloyd, general secretaryof !
the Y. M. C. A. at Jacksonville, and TO CALOMEL USERS
chairman the conference. The visitors -:'
,., will be welcomed by Mayor M. S. .,L. M. HIDDEN & {,coI .
}jr'r- Cypress ShinglesCypress Jordon. The purpose of the conference Dodson's Liver-Tone U a Perfect 'Veg I
wili be explained by Marcus C Fagg,
: V etable Substitute for Calomel and b
and Pine Lath tate superintendent of the FloridaChildren's
I Guaranteed Absolutely Harmless.If \
Home society, after whichthe
k; ," Rough and Dressed Framing \ address of the evening will be delivered you have troubl y/with constipation ,
., \ by Dr. Edward T. Devine, of I or biliousness, be careful how you take 'I

and Finish New York, one of the international authorities calomel,. because calomel is a form of
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: Flooring, Ceiling. Siding I !' on social! work. His topic will mercury, and if mercury remains In the 4 TRAINS FRQM} THE WF.S4 '
I"'" of" I be, "A Program for Social Workers." I' system very \ong. it will salivate and. i
'ft..db following tqe address oy ir. Devine seriously I inPUre the strongest person ,
will have best
Send us your orders and they our .
i attention. We are Sales agents for some of-the, there,will be a reception to the speakers that ever hv d. I -VIA- ", V
't. \ largest and"best Pine and Cypress Mills in Florida. and {\lelegates in the. reception parlor If you need something) to start the -t '\
: the of trade liver to working take Dodson's Liver-
of board Jhis is given
Delivered quoted request I
'prices on
by the Women's club of Jacksonville Tone. J It is a harmless vegetable liquid ATLANTIC COAST LINEn
I which will: liven the liver \better than
and:! the reception committee of the con- up ,
' GILLETTE: (R & TRANSPORTATION CO.'TAMP'A ference. Mvuaic for the conference and I calomel does and without any bad afterjeffects. : 'I ,
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reception hat been arranged by Thomas; No restriction' of habit or dietis .
\ I FLA. Elmore, chairman of the music com necessary:" DoUson's Liver-Tone ii is "
mittee. tt i as safe for children as it is for grown "Dixie Flyer" "Seminole' Limited""South

II The day jBsions of the conference' people and everybody likes its taste.
will be helVfl the Woman's club build Buy a bottle for fifty cents from the .Atlantic.JLimited i ?' ; V k
ing:, and the night sessions at the board Kissimmee Drug Co:, and if you do not ;
.4 The e', ROLL BASS MARKET of trade auditorium. The .ubject of: find that it absolutely takes the place of ,1 '
i the fifst morning session'will be State I calomel ,this drug store will give/ you "Montgomery Route" : a;
Institutions, and Organized Charity will your, money back_.if you ask for it.Sdiool.Teachers _
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x Beardfn: Building Depot bathe topic for the afternoon.Friday. .' ,0 , . J .1t' 1.t.
: evenirig's! cession'will be devoted to the: r :' Wanted. Tkroufh Pullman Cart (rou-Clucafo;'St toast .Cncwaati, Iwfaupelis: Uiu-. .;
ck )Fresh !, 01 8 l.Idl ds. and 'wilf bVone of the 'mter---- I V life 'N hville "'- "
JdlMEA" T S child moa" Wanted-*Five. school f teachers, salary ,AtlaaU> ,, Birmiajkai. *'t* Jackwavill. ;' .
a1\d, Jfr eating of Ftheconferenoe. j < ... n "- :
..:.. ; -- ,....... J be-'taken-1 \ $ue-month. Apply: to .. ,;:
I SaturdaY rporningwill wp I. W: J. SEAM. I p' -. : . ...... :*
v.Superintendent DININo'.CAA'.SERVICE. .
: EGGS.FRESH F.IS.8 with of committees and. ,< ,* ; i \t
POIJITRY the-reports lnstruction.43.3t ,
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of tls&tion..Some: t'>
other formalities orra; .. i
Kissimmee. Fla. ' : k
ipteial ;;I .' further' information to .A .!
1 ., Attention'}**Phone Order$ and Free'" Interesting ,&1""t scheduled for1 '{
l\ ;tftiPIU' part ot t1l.,City.. f'1lo1)e (89 I this ,tbe.ting, however: Saturday af-1.. Old hewspapers for tale'at this office i"1+. ,_,-'" ..I J, O.Klt kKLANDDlvr.loI\P".pcer'Acentq r .,,' r r: : ,' ;'. ..... .
:i any ,:. ... -. ......-"- ..- I U'moon at 2 o'clock then",,delegate will 20 tents.a tyindred > ", ..,",.,".'.. *,. "; 1:'' :.s.'q... > ,t.t'if&IQpa. Florida.. ":' ", :, V " "' :\ ''!',\
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; Or the tariff: levied even' for \
J'c'i\ I WISH to the contemplat- W. M.. TOOMER burden " revenue 41 I.k 'N SURGEON
; and'I a.'e..d. tN .t.
i. ,";' ing' buildera'InKIuiminee .. a'.d 1\,811; ; I f
I> 'i t. '" .urfoundinjj country that .{ haver 'Th1" fsftreriiHirni Idea' now "papula* -tJ it.;a nVar'! 'aceollI' lOyPBu .. .
.I.soar succeeded getting the agency with come politician and' .o'pe' other, 1
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:ti. M, for the weIl1uWt'wA--bPand.Jlero-:; t.IA CANDIDATE people I. in. some reepeots 'utterlywrong :
tot. /" 'I kee Cement Plaster It will'gtt .; The propriety at referring . J IL! : ,
i ,&; .., farther, make a harder Wall, and many qu .tlon. of local. regulation .
and municipal government back: to th.. ,
ttfS ;;, / better wall, Spread easier and for final approval I '
than FOR CONGRESSProminent people their un- . ,
give better satisfaction any
'fi'i'i'/ questThnod'bus tho extreme of referrvInir ' ,
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;',, I, .other brand made Every sack- f all' leBlMlatlv. axecufva.| and Judicial ' i-: WINN \
; I>. guaranteed; One million dollars ' function back to the ballot box .... .,,,..... ...,, -,, ,. 4;
', "r; backs up guarantee 15.KJ( ton: . is not ortmltletli .it'ta-ubeulvl-and-lt le' -..::-. .= .- PHYSICIAN i u _.:. jgfcujlRBHIIIKNCK
of with- the general and .
out harmony .
,1 '::1 !. } . B. DICKERSON, Coimtcto and lulld.r.j Jacksonville BusinessMan tubllKhed plan or our form of state PHONE W' UIIUIMMBB.Orrictc ;. '
: ; Announce 'He and federal Kovt-rnment. The careful, '....... 3. FLORIDA :sr'.ig
4 Formally- iK-H-rtlon. "of iin" for- JIloe-4n' ,which,th.. ?
i ,. \"',-.'. ...,rH - I entire eleelorate l should .a a publla ,
Will Make the Race : I '
," duly participate. and wine leglalatlon "\

I and,I..' ctinalltmtonul of tijrma of'provl.lon ounce will flxlntf end theiKih aglet I r! 2.'T.jj, i
Jt.Jt.Jt. J* Jt.
i-ir; ::1 deal. of thin referendum talk.'The '1 J
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; M. A CLEAN CAMPAIGN POISED; .atl..1 Itll&l".7.. ... hi
right and duty of the general
..1.! I ViTniiienl to. uld/ In the 'conctructlonanil Office} Phor' ''F 74 a-1 *. Residence 126 a
H ,. 7i I Real Estate' Agency. I nialiitt-nunce" if nullo'nal highway tLw 4e -..-' .. -. --_ .
1/ I ,...IIt.v. In very strongly arid Ihf*
1. b s.\\NaaNN.a.\\\.N.N.\. s. I Hii Announcement :Discusses Promi class. of. iinprovoAient the Interiorttiunllia 4a'. f't 1R. 15. D. WIENENGA

; urn expecting and have A
,i'', Realty bought and sold. r nent Questions, Some of Which. i (Kin to demand, for while they feel tR Qua VETERINARIAN '

-. --- Houses,rented. fr Are of Vast Importance. 'llronly; the bent-fit of "cur splendid .- .. .. TOCK TREATED FOR.:i. n__ ,.t

t. t Taxes paid and .TUles verified im-pravement. ALL DISEASES. ,

: i for non-residents. ; if Ki-t-at lilkThWiiys, to bear Intfrntut !l8Y ""h"np 2;.; f'If'h.
Fire Life and Accident Inf Cnl.\ \\. ;M.\\ Toomi't.\ .' pre nlln' lit liimerYnitn. i r.nltnml. tinlltc. would lie a !hunefltllnUliiK 1'10"1 ORLANDO, FE*:.; .
1; ' I the ..
; 1> ni\iil stores ofM-rntor md directly to door. of our -
;tj. j surance. law).*'i. of_ ,JuckHonvUI", iinnoumes his i |tfopl alto ilo- not Live unhe aeaiMiiiid .
r f.' t Indemnity Bonds. cured lli.ic] ) for < i>nKM'' .H 1.M the H,Tl lll and. the time hue now come tout r 11. K r. :T-KYAN: ." "<
: JThe host !begin this Work.KlurldM 1) .
I.'n.l.g reset I"IU''I dlHtl' 't.
a ,,11 I...." .".'V"Y .. "" ...,,,, Ito outlines ilcarly und jil.iltilj' binviewH rasp <'...!. P r V DENTIST ;."
j on Hume" Important 'ju.,-stlons of I Jt rttar.ut, bti potwible. to accom- ? YI -
. Int'.1 l 1'1 u liNh It, l.nt I am rommlllc-d absolutel >', Building h";
laii-es ,
: A rlfiui.. vlKornllK. IIn.1 I linti-i| t "naJ) 1 l> IOJ the hope ih'ul the mllllona and New York Avenue ., .
: 'nilllftiiiH; .. ot ;iiv'ncy now Invented In ma- I
t Home Man'Takes vumjintfrrn" to'itHHiirinlV .I <.irnry. and being. used I In Alggl.g. the :, << 1.11',' '_' RlD"D1
Bakery W 1"1"' from his .11""n"'n"tI I'.tiiunia Itlu)' mil bv sold a. junk
J I follow,lee. .111 ( I.- i ninjjlt'iltin' . of Ihu canal three Ij I f" '
tl # ... tit.-!,.. *. hut. may I be ullllxod by our r- lt. : W. SIMPSON :
this to thank j I GOL. W. M TOOMER I Ij ,
opportunity "'1'\, ni"ll\- j prompting" > | this .inMourH't'in'nt I":""p.d, N'Vtfrnnient. III conjunction .
..' y the good people of this city for .in 'iu>l the .Hhi-ll \% 1.1 n ii- Mith this Kt.itiIn. digging a ship canal :) I''T'L'''. 'I,
: rnxlHIIIilr, .It-muml i>.r fill-lulu, nor .t 111 i.i., the 1.{MiilriHula. of Florida from
t their liberal l patronage and would ,-1nL'r it a h t." >., hall) |u.t Mil .r thiSI 'lohntt rtvir to the gulf' This Able and Prominent "Jacksonville Attorney Who Ha Announced HI. I "..... . "." """dln.r,
: 1'1'' also take this means to say that flee tall .i I lit. Mil- t... ll-l-ll-l-ITt this 'IH .1 ih.tnutIn. the map of the world j I
Candidacy for Congress from t he Second ... .... to It,:
... fllKltHl" I III. 11 lU 1'.1., 1 >- IlKUH I'fi Hhnulil. and u rl.unly win ultl- Cuug-iei t.tou&l Dibtiict. UOUIS J ; w.
our limited facilities for making i pr' ,' 111.,1,1., 1 I,1'I,> l I "n'. i t the b..-HI nL.tilv I In-" '*. The i-omrnt-rre" of the I I HI'ICy : f 1:30: to 5:30): ). wTele.1Cn {) J
goods will prevent (for awhile) our sere," In.. 011p""." I In the J jit iiplr .mil l l-I.iM: and ..I I tinwtattrn, I Ode( of Southitifrltti ar---: -- -- --- ----- ,-- ----- "o AI7a 'n ". h'r '

general delivery to all parts of the IIUHIIK .- "f I UK-. illKli, III I II \ ,\ of the gulf uliKtilutely do- Interest. consideration (O'i' i .. in' tt- 'owl' of wh, i I +inf 'If
t I ..J'i i i. IrUllll i 1 1 i 11 II', in.i kt Ill mind. II. .red\ If tluttt-d\ 1 will prepare, by the general: government ) la the f cei' til) .o. ,.,' e ho hav been ti.. .".* it. W. W. CAkaoN '
city. Quality and variety.will be Ntt'i', I"J"t' .t.l. ,iM,,, nt,, .thit, I I..mi. \ I ,. maintained always. Our niotj H..I"d., ,...-nt .'I i In 111 Hi.1 ..n UK thin entl. the South Atlantic stutes I do nut tct Thin case tented. the account .bl lit>. :\. . uliil" nut inlit" t.' ,M':.. tlnnd,.'1 I he lleguliKloii of ..'ru.... I claim !but a mudit share of business I I110t of Inatilm.Ue/ orporatlotiH. Uut of DENTIST ,.'.
,?.r n, i hut inn, si I i t .:. ftit ii. iI. ability .,1111 .It,1. ) tralnlnK. but all 1 Individuals| Ih.rgtd with the it* strutthin .
,1. HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS 5 --'I'1: |ii"l' ir nKUlitli.n uf tbs trusts }
tall hh": I !I' "''Yo' the |perxou.l. ..iinlItjllnu IH "". of tin miiHt Intiliiittantl. Irnpor- I have with the energy un.1* l"valty' whichI of compitltion Li rid the const i.uenlcoiiHtfiLlnt OUice over Cole's Jewelry Store
1 Also HOT BREAD 1".111. ,. al. !! ,IIIK, "I 111.ii.) ",'nll. 1u, Huliji-rtf for Immi-illate and'TUrther I pledge will bo directed if I . r4 ,,, tu. this' i.rtltt. aii'J'] "'.l11f' to the .. foreign by InthflliMelvuH "
uln." nii > .if-piit." iin.ulry, and lt-KllAtlve' action best intercuts ut thv district me.IIIH that w. r* Illegal Office 168 "''iReMld..nee
; will be ready Jmornings and'after nf. w hum. i in"vv in, II \ i-ly i-iiin p liII i l. fl ltlgIhrdlslt Tinpowfi of 1 the 1 t; .ivfrnment to and the state ,it well .is. till "cnirul l lgov..rnment and, V Ilk h, tested |b) om phone" 23t7 :. Y,
: Ml 1. I. ,lint. with .. ilfl'liltv, ..HIniiiint i i -i.nlinl thtHiam of ,inlft'Htate and The public IH entitled In I nu on tai.JardM. of buslneHH tnoralM." leersuttcrll )h
nrtons nice of PIES ] < tt( ltH -
I I 'ft and a variety inn-ill' *..f tliol eun-Ll.y., but In- |1 ,lort IKH t niiinn-rt.' ha. been t-xprevsed the beginning! of .. r.ttiiVtatKri. I.i .1 fifinkexpreanlon 1 wrung I Im "PI"'M.1 Itl the :
,", \ and CAKE Parties and Wedding llni.illutor, > Miunirl) MH h iiiiipt-M; In. \,\ //.1. Ix known. IIM the Sherman antltiust f i unin h of upprenMoti of .buHlncps. even though < DKRBVSH1RK M. D., ;
',' .jintl! vl".r..u..l, ) atti'iitlliiii 1 ,..."t.. liw Thin law hoN been the aubJii what h" K.irdH an the <>*ntrulHHK, ,j ih.- huslnexn rnabe large. In the agKr. VJ-
t .: .: ppecialty. mil .vlmnl., cIcbrutloiiH ht rt- thy'' 1 t nf. muili" Juillclal oonnlderatlon I Public questions ..mi tills. i. shun" 01.u6h ,, Kale, uhcic the IIH ans adopted. for .*
j jI "W<'.... not noon tn 'on" pnlltititl > .Uh j I .."ntilru.Uuft antl ml Bt-onntructlon. It of them, '< ,thus enlaiKfrtir ttie IniHinessj it'
:' : .- A. SMITH _"Jn due ttiiif I will inltT the t.tnipalKll has n-ccntl> rt-relvt-d exhaustive rontti.ltratlon *1 "1 believe ws .11c in 't'p. .Il'IS! d Lh..J j mean ., heupir and, better .product.I . Special attention given to the
p 1 ,, , , in-lively on tinhluuip' of tin- ,. l In the supreme court of lh\, DemocratU1 p"1'.1< too pi u-" I II IA Ith 'helter facilities fur dish lluillon treatment of Women and]; 11
( DARLINGTON AVENUE ir., I. ulvliiR\ m) views llpon all '| .IIH-// United SIn"-... and UN meaning definedIn gres.ivey>> It IB. fiitij, c!1)* p.rlti.> .bl., fura II I and where' thr means 4idopted fur thus ; Children. J i;;.'
>t, __1' tlons of public inter'5l to th. pon." .such Kftieritl 1 terms. IIM to indicate I man a business : ir ; person and. through the mal]II. and thiabsolute nt't-esslt, ) for further leR- Rreesivibill It IH 11Inu ere.ui to t>.* I II UU'Ral or f Imllw, ." Hut wherethe over Citizens, Bank. PHONE 184
; I lie print.. Insofar a. that la pinpcTGrral litliillveCOIIHI ruction nnd tlennlllon. orr come 'InturK'-nt pi .iKi Sa1> '.C 1'hr' direct purpose. "( ti 1.-or"..lIlzaUolI Is to
1 ,. om..... In plain language, further um..ndmenl. I bu-tnt-BH inlet eats of. the ntu.countrv. ?'MI..bll..h ,and nial n tai n' .. monopoly or 24.3moepd: __ '.
I are being detnor.dlxctl the tend'.* where such I It.* not the real purpose but
"The representative In the fnltetl "Aly Interest In the study and enforcement by ney
q'g the Immediate and I Ines il.tble result 1.the Is r. A. VANS AGNEW w. .. caAwroma I
W. C BASS Btalei congress from the Second district of the act arises from. careful to progreseivenese .ttnl .maul Rency In ,AVANS
,p hold a great office Thl with It* population porti. count line rendered under it and from the actual not belong to these fuetioriM+ but that are In t hpmselves. Illegal : b
v Wholesale andDealer Retnitt' and flagrantly wrung. I strongly, favor
and. brilliant commercial future (If 11.1 representation of the United Slate strongly favor extreme cunservatuem.and
:' especially IH this true III the enactment enforcement. of the penal provisionsof \\d :
I I in of legislation whit h exeiclH the the Sher jntl-trust act not only "
t't'I, Kov-ernnient power to nix I nm I iKalnat the corporate urKantxadon but OfH f.. i-l-v.i citlMDii flank Balldlng t
ir1 thoroughly In favor of de enl reformsIn iKalnst the offending dlre tars and
Kissimmee Florida ;
Fresh Beef Pork and l buslnemt 11 f. and In governmentbu other Officers The force of thin' act .hM
\; \ the favorlnK of ono radical reform, I ; n many Instances" been spent In Invest '.II
/ e f Di and another chlelly a* a pretext I., I I Rations and prosecutions Inaugurated j. i.. "XIM' >'N H. D. oaiou 0
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climb Into office In about to reform ,this. purely for partisan or political ,
:, MuttonPHONE < country Into a state. of business piinlcIt "purpoaev and .nometlmei to ;.eiKpJolt the'talent & GEIGER .+< .
of ofHLver
proHerutliig -
. energy "It
doe not raise the price of our lumber
j and polltl hintI am In favor of
or naval .store or fruits or tarnproducts r. l
'I't 4A. the Immediate and direct .nfur.ementIf .. J
or cheapen the coat of living
i j the penul' provlntonii of this act,, und! 1A ,
and I
dimply keeps Investors uneasy
I do Believe that hear of .
not provlHlons Office State Bank Building .
: timid In puttlnK out capital In our ;
4 I section of the country where It la very the art rfvjuire any' further legtMl.itlvei Kissimmee. Florida i J,
i definition. The civil provisions of the
much needed and where ordinarily !It .
: : Sprigg 'tact do need amendment and legislative "' - -- ;
Fleming would yield the surest and beat return
.. definition The efTuctive .*nforr .. the penal provjslonn of the act by thei ;
Tariffila 'l lon.
t; Q' CLEANING "It la conceded that the tariff' need :i department!is what charged the business with I .It't., :. .enforcement of- ATTORNEY AT LAW KISHIMMEE, FLA. q

revision and thla Democratic) party the country require -
PRESSING will and should accomplish. Frankly, Examination of Titles a Specialy. ''a:
.ed however. I believe the continual atrltu- Full A..rt'CI. _
DYEING lion of this .ubJect'without a definite ..It Is Inopportune at this time to Notification and paym'ent of taxes of Pk''
.' S j REPAIRING I ataement' what I* to be revised or discuss at length this or other mattersof non-residents given careful C.
1 t; J. lie Famous QlampI! reduced I* doing about aa much harm public Interest, and I will defer doing attention. JG. ;
( ss the '''ecvere exactions of the tariff so until the campaign opens, and :
Lea." house Itself. It ahould be done wlthi and then take them up fully and frankly '
lj at toy and clothewill \i' the business of the 'country advised with my adversaries and with the pub. RO ER JOHNSTONATTORNEY /i'
be called lor and returned. besa /what to expect from our party In this lic. The public Is not, however deeply .
lie Rayo Lamp is the| and most serviceable lamp'you can find matter. The protective theory of the Interested In contests of personal' reproach < ..1

"1.' for any part of your home. Republican party should b* challengedand by men seeking office, and IMhall AT LAWKISSIMEEE ''
' Satisfaction Guarantees outlawed and wo should have u not. under any circumstances be
It is in use in millions of families Its. strong white light has made "
tariff for revenue to the general government drawn Into any such controversy; but
/i ), ' it famous. And it never flickers. It should In no case be levied will extend to my opponent the utmost *
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a A Ia the diniD..r__ or' the. parlor the. R.,.. gJT. just the light. that u mod effective so as to foster established. manufacturing personal consideration. 1 merely FLORIDA
ll u. a becoming lamp-in iuelf .... to yea. Just the lamp too for bedroom enterprises which need no pro- I want the friends and acquaiptance.whom .
;oak : : or ..,. where a clear ...., light M aesd.d. tection but which are now able to pay I have and all the voters and lows c MAfwrr 'T. Pi TON WABIXIW
S. II. BULLOCKREAL oil solid .. \ foreign freights export their preduct people of the district to know at this Lt Counsel l for 01
The RaT ia made b .a. aiefceJ-plalad t use ia aumcrom odior styles sad. Judge the
and sell the foreign consumer at lens time In a definite way'that 1 shall ask Florid.
R. R. lomm. Criminal.
:.. "*'-.. EI,1ishted wilbo.d .-- ...... << chimttey | wyto rlnm sad revrick than the domestic price but It shouldbe their support In. this race. This an- Court 1,

r S. S .....___.ire _......01 R.,. ; a..1ec.01 a. laid chiefly on luxuries, and when nouncement I hope may not be regarded &: WARLOW i-
ESTATE Standard Oil Company thus or otherwise Imposed Its recip- as in any way tentative or designed MASSEY ,1A;.
r t rocal benefits should be so distributed merely to elicit an expression of sentiment rAT ;
4'N Mta\NaN\\N\\\NN\N (b.eeperat.A> aa not to line both aide of every riverIn fro"L the district, for after carefully ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS 1
I. New England with factorle. manufacturing con derlnll' the Question of LAW ;All
INSURANCEExamination finished pfboucts out of Flora entering the race and conferring with Practice: ln all u" Courts o' the State a..s." )i1.''
"'a'. material but so a* to give our many men from different part. of the the United States also bafore the Flortda BalVjkroad "
ail lumber and .naval stores and cotton district !U !Ie now settled that I will Cxunmlsslon. and the InUrstate Comas-. '
of Titles a and fruit a fair share of these Incl- enter the primary and win If 1 can." Comm"'lon." c

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5, r ... Correspondence Solicited. I R. G. JOHNSTON Long Distance W. S. HARWELL ?

r Advertising Phone 296


i is saying the right thingat Notary Public : Beautiful winter home sites sit>iatd Office Beaman!! Building }

i. .. In th. Lake Region of Florid .> the right time KJSSl
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Tracking and Yarning Lands hi largeor

. t t amall tracts. Liverpool) &: Globe Etna 1 in the right way ".'I...'t,

'CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY Hartford Norwich Union and __ C. W.
We make a soecialty of planning. preparing Griffith}
I I'. :- List your property with me for quick literature and conducting campaigns for

alts. otber strong Companies Land Companies, Boards of Trade. Municipalities -

and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN FANCY '

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prepared to drillARTESIAN hN...... .a .. .........L .k...... 1OV1..." ,...... Patronage Solicited .3 {
I I WHAT IT MEANS !Ii I' I, North KiMimmee Phon Ko. iSl t'
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fi II\.sly section of Morida. BY SAVING MONEY -

4 C" Do 700 want to be luceeMfulT Start caving now. Put in I* be fand.tbat inotert tae depoilten from low, therefore tbe larger it U tbe .
: :your money n
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Ten successful
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4' "t Drilling ia ft Guarantee of my CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE I! 8mrj.lm Rued of., KjOOO soStockboUen .;
I i AMllty, to produce ... best ll WitT: ; .. 60,00000 1q.... ..

7 Jr . '. ''resnlta.' III I A 1o&a1C1f..t..,.... US.OMOt Surveying.anw'' ''i j

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+ i- .l YTWO'WEILS, AND A< SPECIALTY FOUR INOHV A B 'Y1I1p'Bank loaned FREE. If :you. haven't.procured I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE a Drafting j jOmcB \ .' .

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; edlngs'ot the w r a* nrartloable it.: .
's-lr Inar a bill from E. R. Flint chemist Until the Are nnu.U _I.... the buMnnte la the Circuit' Court el- the, 18.b'i.dlclaf .. Telephon. 1626. Price Reasonable> T t.
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for ,.tOma 't1 of Sadie Mar' of >el>* eorporeitoa ehall be cnndaoied by the Circuit. Id and for Oaoeola. Couaty stale of Clreitit 'iurt. ari..0gudid1aI" Circuit
examining following itemed Denooieadonioeni Andrew Fiorina In Ch.n....!').. r> But ol Florida, (a Channel',. I XL G., TUNNBR, A. 0.:TvE; .

OOnntyOommiss1 ioners chant deceasedJMid! th..eommla.lon.ra, Johnnon PreeldeCtml Mlllenr. Ttee-Preeldenti Devi renter. See- Ta OhiltlO5Of j ,
: instructed the clerk. to turn over all aster, sail Treamrer, end the' foUowlBf alrec- William J. Oma. I. Herbert Kllaabeto / 'uIokerdIke &.4 hftDeraJa\.p aad

tK \ '. I ,bills) to the county tttbrneys for,actionat Davis tom Andrew For John,' >"W, L., MUMer and Green, Otto Ft Wlnkelman. Bill so Remove< Catherine. IV. ,Orinnell.. 0.J J{Pa"'ltIoDi fUR ER.
er.. All persoaa other than the (load from 1 1 lendanta, iIt

: $j>simmee; Fla., Nov. 6, 1911.: the next rmeetlng, as 'to whether SIXTH. above named-partlea. e &1_ 'Title I appearing by'a mflarlt appended to the Bill
The tilfheit cnonnt of tade>>i dneM orllebJlltr In* an Interest In the I *, GlAd . -
the complaint* Io the a.IX>T. atyied' canae
:.TneTJoaVrd o{ County, Commissioners they were proper charges against this ___'lo..h.ll.I.Df time subject ty In this bill described/J.. : .-" I. Blokerdlke. oneof lire 4..4I.n" '

In and .for.:th'a county_of 0.ceola,' State.ofFlortda.rnet ., county,._ ,_ li Vint elt :Tboumod h ll not be Dollars more tbn(afAo.000.ooI..r Two'Haudted. cud To fendanu all whom It.may eonoanu, ,-1 I t5h55il1 Florida but_IIDM baa, to been a r'ee&l.nbof absent from the the State said MARBLE &

In regular session on Petition was presented by Mr, W. S. ". BKVKNTH. It appeartnt from the sworn bill of complaint / BUM more than alxlv day next precedlai. the
the above data there beingreientL.jee1ey. El 1 Pearce from the" citizen living in the The name end rfeldcaeee of the mibearlben. u rated in la this the cause property that involved there' : are lo persona thia suit Inter,otis ,j' application* V.for rlaaell this Order the of Publication. ; and

;:. ehalrman:....E.L.. D ..OverJ vicinity oLFortX1nLman.easkIng: '' .tor to with three tbe number/ rtlcl.'u; of of tharee Incorporation eabeeribed. loxelher.lot bsch. .names r than of the auoh Jtooara persona 4..4.eo interacted.... Dad that ere on-the-j,'thereIn Florida li'rrln Darned and I., la1& non-Maldeat, other of lb.defendant State el GRANITE Co.
a of ..
the of _
&r .Street, O. ,E. BaM,, A.-F. Bass, an a road running from the' bssk at-F6tt are .. follow' ;' known to the complainant, and that relief is In the _D ,. of Cook Bute city pi 111I_011.. her. .
Name ... Benldeaoe.Shame. prayed lu eald Hill of Complaint against such Bddreae Io said being .'
oily 4414-North,
I ; W. S.. P.aree. commU loner r Arthur Klssimmee,1 to'PIne" Island Intersectingthe Andrew J..huon....i,8nonil Florida.<, SSO! unknown d audant avenuet and thai both said -aefeodaala Sacramento QUARRY OWHCU.... C

E. Donegan.c1erk'; ;' and Hewn Vanti publiCroad.0 !rfr.: B. H. Guy being W.. L 11I11_. .yr.vtiaarnrd.. F1or4da..-./< .- One It la therefore ord.rel that all persons claim! arc over Ib. age of ; U U .'
; ing an intereat la and to the :r.rld.n:
t' Derli Fonfor.8nford Florida . One following dewtnbedproperty I therefore' ordered that. and HIGH "

\ Jignew and Crawford, attorneys for the present, lie explained the great necessity In WitnMi Wberof. We hereunto 'set \I.t.ol Florida, situate, to-wlt 4a the County. f ,of Oaceola. ere hereby required to appear to the Bill .f GRADE 'I'
\ for IOmelmprovementl- be made 4 ir honrt. and atHxed our.fall IUU 16tb d ( : Comp aloe Aled la said MOD-
: Board. jro The southwest the 'lOutb.._ :r.nAor
October A. Li. 1WI.\ quar day the4th day of D. mi otherwla MONUMENTS
; -Mrsntea-of last 'meetinftwere read on the road and the"board instructedthe ANDREw' JOHNSON [ ter section of the-eootheaat twenty-five (*quarter>!. In township and lot'four....0..8.(4)) .of.. a. confessed*i the laid defendants of said bill ...Iibe' taken-

I and approved. rod superintendent' to'' look into IIAVIIi W. L. MILTEKa. I'OR"TB... t8Nli. ap t'JA|)<, south ar to the of Comp range alnant'i&Wen ,-Bill of(asj;.'east, do liaised It 1* further ordered that tOts ,oader be pnb- .Both ,Foreign and Domestic Marble 't
once a for
';: The following bill were examined the matter and make an estimate!: of herein fiIed.onorbefoteth. Rule day :rlruar.1912. Feb In the Klaelminee Valley Oeaett consecutive*. a newspaper week and Uranlt.'

1 approved and warrant ordered drawn: the cost, and report., L.' H 'Thorns. STAT OF FLORIDA, I the said bill to will wit,be he taken Ha da as)eonfmeed.of February' cIte. I, published W Una.* BIT In said hand county and official and State. Our Tampa 'mill 1.l equipped'with. 'the' ,
neat I
Clerkol "
f' Kiss wsgon works wagon tongue' . I.."> and A. J. Whidden each'offered $10 to Oil A HOC COl'KTV: | It la further! ordered. that this order be pub. j j Mid Court, this 14th day of A..D.,19U.. .-- .rnot Modern Machinery,... ,
hereby certify that before the under Uahed once week consecutive"weeks
me, a forewerive <>*> I'aal] DowaxiiK '
"'wagon--.... . a-OO be applied on this -workrMetsfi. atTHita K. "OUr SpeclaltyV what want-,
-1. OsoeolaHardware30: n signed authority In awl for said County and in the Klaslmmee Valley Gaaette.) a new- .a 41 Clark Circuit i you ) -
I :: ''w B Maklmon op. road suppllel . V> M i W. W. Clark and J. A. Uron State. penMMielry) amxared Andrew.Johnaon.. paper published la acid Oaceola County ol lan- Court. Marker Slab. Coping ,Building-
W. L Mlltwranit, Davis Foml-r, known -n\\elroblatton In saId .
to uie County
.. . U (00 MarbleIronFene
A U Spelr. teaming son appeared before the board and to be the $ executed. the foregoIngcharter. Wlinc'H Barnes W. Perkins, Judge of aald I' MauBoteuma\ >.t4%
A r Base, teamlug . , .. .. . . .. 10 (lt I i and aakBowlvdirtd tliat ho executed Circuit Court, and my naraeaa clerk thereof Order of Publication; . .
W&" Carson Oro co. mule feed . I'tt tft asked for a road leading from Campbell -. Inn m.:for the uaeaend ptirpoaea tliere and lbs orUrlal of said Court this: Hth day of, I
I In stated.Wlmss. October A. 1' ICll. In the Circuit Co rt nf the Seventh J I. .ut>pll.N. .. . DO Statin to Pleasant Hill to take j Circuit .in and fur Oncvola 935 Fla.'
my hand and seal of office at Sanford (18&." ) ARTHtlK DONEOAar, Couuty Btale of Twltts SI. Tampa
,( KL.mons.roed work . . 87 90 the place of the old road which has apparently .Florida. this lOIn day of October, A II. Clerk of Circuit Court 1, Florl'U. In Chancery. ,, ,

.Ross Craves. axes . ... . ., .. 2 00 1911 By BLII'.siTe JOHKSTON D. V. I B D. Waring. Complainant, i\ 1". \
been abandoned for! some time (Notary Public Seal. G. F. Krlbba. Solid fur '..
O If Hall .....ou bolster) . I 00 I ]R. R.MAX WELL. or ComplaInant .121 Wlillam J. OrWn.J. Herbert

ll D Calkins.'teaming- . . 111 00 the new road to be a more direct one Notary Public .Bute of Florida. ftreen Otto 1<'. Wlnkelmsn. BUI to eznov.

OWAbton.OOtpYrOI1.. . . . 47J 22 and one that would suit the'majority of My pomralaalon expires April|8. W12.: / Application for Final Discharge. '.! the and all above I pe.,..named... other partita than}Title.'loud) from . . .. ,,

Everett B.... pros stty's wltneis . I 00 the people in the district. The board In fourti-f the County Judge, State of Florida claiming an interest. In theproperty "

R A Snyder.Osceola .. .. 1 (W) instructed Mr. Clark to get up a petttion Osceola C.-nuty, In re K.Ute'of. L. H. WI1U In this bill dmciib. ,
(, fcOTlCB!: or APPLICATION FOR LETTERS iamh.. deceased ; -
ed IXfend.nw.
Pbarmlaoy drni' co Jail . . 813\ ,. and show the route the new roadis Notice Is ,
: PATENT. hereby given..r.ya whom It mayconcern |t i U appearing by aflldavlt appended. to tho bill "
<'* F Prevatt. telegramsauto 2 28 proposed to cover that on the With of AprIL A. I). of complaint filed In above .ta.. I cause, that '(
Notice I. hereby given that on the 27th dayof Shall '
.. hire. Merchant luqne't. 10 00 Messrs" Lee and A. J. Stratton came November, or aa soon thereafter .. noanlble. IHli Parker.I .Judge apply of aala to Uuurlgas the Honorable Judge. Ufo Pro K. th.' are non-residents o< the Htateol :'F FARMS'FVRS4L

.. count court.Oo* term-- . 07 DO before the board in regard to repairing we, the umteralg-ned wlll.pply.taI the Honorable bate. fur a final discharge a* administrator :::1'i.1:11"; wboea over the residence nf la unknown and .J
age twenty one
1\I .. piisonera' feud bill 134 HO 'a short piece of road near Peghorn and Albert W. Ullobrlst. Governor of the State the estate of U H. William. deceased ; and I It la theraforeiordereil. that the noii-resldeni yeara. J
of Florida for the laauanoe of Letters Patent
.. county court special terms 10 the road superintendent was instructedto ou.the foregoing proposed charter of the Ku.imme. .. that accounts. at the.. samethme administrator I will of present said estate my final and I defendant, the said WIIII.m.J. Green. J. Her.bert ,, '

J Z Robamon. drugs co JailKiss 2 :25 look into it and make necessary- Farm Land Bond I oan and In..e'lm.otoompuir ask for their approval. linen and Otto F. Wlnkelman. be and they .
; are hereby required appear to the bill of '
of .
Klsalmmeo Florida.
\ Drag co. drugs, oo jail 6 40 pairs. ,&tn.1 charter la cm file In the om..1Ihe DatedOct.26 A.1) 1911. I complaint filed In this cause pa or before the
:.t- flchaal .lo..r. ooroner'i Juror A mil'* 1 20 Mr A. M. Keen's crippled son-waa Secretary <.>l State., at TaU."""" ... Florida. 44 Imo-omos. A fc.: DROUGHT. Administrator. Ut day of January lull: otherwise tho allegetlona '

Dr T M Rivers attending prisoners. Jail 10 00 brought before the board in a plea for Dated tills loth day of October. A. p 11111.A"'ORKW"OHNSON.. acid defendant.of saId Mil. will. be taken at confeeaed by .

'8 F Balls, coroner's fee 3 Od assistance Jo; have him sent to an hospital DAVIS" FOKSTKR Notice of Administrator. It I. farther ordered that tbla order be published I .- '

-Oeo F Parker 1&ry. juvenlloiidg. 12 W for treatment. The board set 43t W. L. MrLTBKH.ef ones a week for eight consecutive weeks
31 10 aside $100 for this cause to be paid Iu Court of the County Judge,State "of Florida, '8)) In the Klaalmmee: Valley Oaaelte, a ...... 40-aere farm. L_ npoee.bars aad ehlefee
H W B Drew co. stationary lore Estate of Catherine A. Blurtevanu Deceased paper published In Mild County and Slat
hones tOoOenatte ireae.; 1"0 arape'nlt'
E L Lu.ley, com sal. .. 400 when the balance of the amount necessary Notice of Executor for Final ,Owoeola County. 1 hi. 14th day of October lull some pear-traaa: ; two deep walls; &. to.tarr o 7*-

0 R Bass. ; and mileageK U 00 ill at hand. .Notice Is hereby!; aly.n.1o all whom It may |9ei.l ARTHUR DONBOAK pump with gasoline engine for tarieeeInc. I
6 IK) There being no further business the Discharge.In concern, that on the IHth day of December ,.. Clerk of Circuit Court. '
; : L D Overstreet. com.. . F B.... 600 board adjourned. Court of the County Judirn State of FlorIda Parker, Judge of said Court as Judge of Probate O. F. KrlblM. Solicitor for Comolamant.. 4S-8t 6.'n sweet potatnss. Moon .. :
j c W It PearCe: .. .. '>0 OU ARTHUR E. DONEOAN. Clerk. In re eatate oPMartba A. Turlington, deoea- for my 'Anal discharge as Administratorof house; deep well with sraanHne"easHaej, fine. t 1
1 Estate of Catherine I cellar ander housei8t '
e I. Oaoeola the A.
Vans Aguew A Crawford, legal l service 20 HI Nottfei hereby given (o all whom It ma} ceased, and that at the .me time I will present Notice of Application for Tax Deed. acres Dorderkw en'lake!17 acres ander eattlraUoa .
Arthur E Donogsu.clerk and auditor 57 |00) concern that ou the lOth day of May. A. D my final accounts .. Administrator of said ; tensed and arose feneed: Sowing ,
. 40 DO 1912. 1 shall apply to the llonoiab. Oeo. F. estate and aak for their approval. I Notice la hereby N..n that 0 Carroll, put.chaser well; k-room rxMse., barn eta- Jelnlng this -
J E B. janitor
I' i Oil NOTICE 1'arlnf, Judge of ald Court. aa Judge of Pro. Dated June 9. A. D. M I. of Tax No. 8U daterLthe. .cl are 30 aeraa.SO set..elssrii. F Parker co judge's sal :23 day of November, A. tO. 1065.Mi* fl ed cud -
leo bale, for a final dtcharge ai executor" nf the N. B. CARSON. All the beet muck famineland.. Twe miles .
C L and .prllO..bari'' 77 HO efttate of Martha A. Turlington dnceaaed ; and 24-once a m-flm. Adminuttrator. tlflc.M In tar office and ha. application from city. j
t tbat at the lime I rlil,I finalaocountH ; for tax deed to issue 'D.aeooi-anoe with lea,
>arae present
I'l f.o my ,
JHlLK 2Saerse3 miles R. R. ststlosell
F IVevatt care county nsar
C Said certifloate the- de-
embr.oei following out
executor of acId. aud uk for j '
2O!\ Of Application for Letters Patent. an >Hfttate 1 cleared. An bars and a lew
(.. TeleVo phone rents their .pl'o..I.D.led ). Notice of Executor.In I scribed property Situated In the County of 0. baariBsT _.
farm & care p.uieo ''2 0" November loth. A. D. ceola State of Florida, to wit: ;
A W Cnmby supt poor The undernlanert' hrHbyirreo to becomenor.Bled 'a". 1911.0 MacK. Court of the County Judge, State of Florida The Northeani quarter of the Northwest 4 acres S mlisaeut.I acres ebarad.. 0)'
( F I'srker. costs, tuc., 2 00 toR 9tb.r for the t>nrpo.e of beoouiing tlHm06mo K. E."tor. Jn r* Estate of Temple A-Minx. ec'd, Osce quarter or the Northwest quarter of Section 11. S SO-acre tracts unimproved. d. .\
.. .
C K prevatt. (6 i ,n a body cr>rM>n le and itol.tlo. under the law.of ole County. Jownnhip 2S. South Range Itu, Mast C
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.nil lunacy caseJ I 40 the Hint. of Flo'tda) tbe provlnlonti of whichare Notice l is hereby given, to all whom Itm.y Tbe acid land being a. oi.ed at the date of 1 ao-ecre tract nnlmprored.: 'o
.( C W Doop. wit .. .. .. heret-v accepted' Notice for Publication. concern that on the lot day of March A 1). the issuance of nrh oertlflc.te In the Dame of 1 a tract I 0
r Front I 41' The following Arll'le..1 Incorportton) "ballcomitltut 191-2. I shall apply to the Honorable Oeo. F Par. Unknown Ja
.. 5 % tracts .. Paseo_ .
br J M lltcfcn( stuiiiilancc 2 110 ** and bticomtt Ha charter upon thuiHtunuce Department: of !the: : Interior, U. 8. Land Office attielneevltir her Judge of mild Court .. Judge of Probate Unlenseald certificate. shall be redeemed..- -acr a. .'
I UOj of Lettera iPataiii according to ,taw Florida October 7, 1911 for a final discharge .. Administrator of theentale cording to law. tax deed will ]"4ii* thereon on 6 lota close la. In ZePhyrhllls. -
'e I
J E Luplt-r. wl\ll"". lunsoy i F.K8T. .NotJ>'.. In hereby given that Joel Rllea of of Temple A. Minx ; and that at !, tb.fith day of November A. D. lin.1. K20 aersa hi DeSoto Bounty. t f Ateadla. > .
J -\\ooiiall.. c"r..uer'.juror) I (JOT f' IxHiKUman. Pie Who. on April CT. 19", madelloinentmd the same tOme I wtllrosent"me.r. account i I [Seal] ARTHUR DONEUAS .n'. \
.. .. The .11I1' of this corporation 4'h,11 ho. Kintttmnit'e 1
WooJa'.l:&, I un Iotr: ). Serial No (05)22, for K U of an admiuUtrstor of said estate. and sat for Clerk Circuit Court. -
? J 100 In Clay _atJr. .
Farm i nnd Bond Limn ami Invtotnient .Naud\ SW k of UK K. SectIon Towimblp their approv.l.Dated Oaceola County, Florida. acre ,
I 00 of KiMitmmeu.: Fiori.'.. Its
: Frank E 4'nmpanv :2ft South Range Eiat TallahaaHM meridIan
A. D
J M lIlauoh.rd") I (8) priiu-tpat) p are of .bumutMR thail. be In Ki,..*ira- haa Died uotlce Intention. to make final rtve Aalr".II.t. C..r A.lirIcJt.86'ln.o 41-5t By ELIZABETH JOHNSTON. D. C. Cheap and fanc.yprop- .

.. .. 1 (0(II, met or viciultv. Onceola Couuty. Florida ySar prool to eatablUh claim the land aliove 0 mo Administrator- meium.
4eo 4.oOIWItl.. Bunch 0 ..('e may be entabllahed at ...('h ,.'htr mcrlrMHl before the Clerk .l':1.: Circuit Courtat erties, medium and
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.1 W (. King. and mileage 1 ;10 nitteeM' iti the 't.te of Floiida or other H"I..Ih. Kl-ilmmee, Fla.. on the Kith day of Nov m. Application for Final Discharge.
J K Baa I..r. .. 1 '.!OJ United Ktal... or Iii anw foreign. country bet 1911. Notice of Administrator: fancy prices, but all worth the
.. :8 I pnWHr or klntflotn" a. may >H- leeted by the <''lalraant) name. a.wltncaaea: la Court of the County Judn.. State of Ftortta.Oaceola .
; (, eo w IfaughcFly. .. : Board of Dlreetori. M !Illlam I L, fampbell of Campbell Station.Fla !n Court of County Judge, 8Ute of I'lorld..ID County In re Kstate of' Time Baas.dee'd. money. rt>v ;
120: Bntnte: of Stella ($. '
Lynu Daughvrjiy, BKCOND.: Bone (1. Hanoock of Longhuian, Fla.Xaoarlah re Wright Deceased Once. '---:-' -I -' --- .4
.. ., I 20 T. Kiln) of Loughmau FU. ole couqty. Notice b hereby given to all whom 'It may eon .
I, MUle Ba*". .'. The, general nature of the hunt limn to IK. fan Brown of Loiitfhman, Fie.HKNBT. Notice M hereby given to all whom' It may earn that on the 10th day of January. A. D. iSIS ; '
M I Kalx. underwear Tom Brs lley 0 transacted by thin rorporatiou fthall be an follow S. CHUBB concern that on the 4tb: d.-y of January, A U.IBU I shall apply to the Bora-able 0hrl :< II To hold. t U3. own hire control work. I shall annual Adnilnlxtrator ... said .. Realty
Arthur E Donegal, freight on co Mipp'aJeuklu IJ-i( Regl.l"r.Order preient my accounts as .1. of Court., Jodre of Probate for sflnaldi.cbarrs
r' of Kim'toJ iloou oVvttioo: Hell), ,'ouvey. l lH,.t. morlirAKe.. pledge, of the miste, of Stella O. Wright, as admlaistrator.' the estate of 4 .
t tJ & woodhaio msi exrhntiRtt. culttvaiM. cljy..r. dlu-h improve. audotherwise "......e".d. to the 'Honorable Ueo. F. Parker ', Time Baaa. deceased; and that at the same time I -' Ura. MARY SUMMEBa. .*
cane 1 IKI) deal' In and dlMo of real ..'.t... of ; .
Mol'b.tter. Juror lunrcy e Publication. Judge of a..ldCourl. as Judge of Probate, ana will present my final aeeovnta as administrator of .
SUerntild. labor and mail-rial co Jail 1\: 00 perw.nal and mixed property, \h. riant.i auk for their approval.Dated said estate ciii I ask fur their approval. '
: roO 1 i merel or etate Ii, them: or any nf :,,. with- lu the Circuit oart ol the 8ev..uth judicial July 8, A. D. IV1\\. L'at.djuly7h i. b. lull. Lake View Ki..e 0 -r
(r. 4 feaiii FeltS, witne-nii coroner1* lntiieiii oat limit. tomitoum.. mid ,to any mi I Mil circuit In and for Osteola County, State of : A. E. DROUGHT OLdAR BASIl Sr.. AtlndaIot_. ee F
: W If Weaver. ..0'i tbltitfM for the development of the Fl' rid*. In Chancery. 2tt-Iam-a mo.-p :, Stella Biack, .. flu Ramt). ...:a-rnrr any nod all purH>n *H for whichth H ,4r. f tunford. complaInant va. J. J. Merrill -
aine limy be adopted: lo cifeTf and roiv and al..ln.t.1I persons claiming an Intereat "
j) Pannr F.vaflf. Ml Htruct houwe. build.HITR. ..i>rk. and lmnli..>HB of under the laid J. J. Merrill) or hvrwlie' ., and -

Elba Leek 50 every kind and dcHcrlptiou to !n..rrow or loan Kiinlnxt all oilier person than thealmveauown : .
K111aaw800. '" t .. i\U money on not'ea or bond ,.ecnred by morttfaifeor : and named rfteI.. I an Y
a in p'tMltte; of real ewtatc qr any kind of per* Intvmel In the property in this bill dcwnbed, LUMBER LATHS MOULDINBBHPrIGLU8_ w ,
2 C F 1'revatl co.Iscoronor. Inquest HOual pioerly| ; to carry on a general real m.latt lefindauia i.
8 H Bullock coroner'. tee . a 40)I'S ) *. rent aitd follectlou anetti'v; lo art ... real To all whom It may concern

Juror, . : : 100 eatato hrokars and ei.u.for the purchase It appearing from the sworn bill! of con plaint
BE Bryan. : '
isle i manafreinent or dl.po.'ItIon: and atle of all filed In thin caui-e that there are ptrnoua. lulcrentxd -
-, Kl. Valley.Uaxulte subs end printing 81 S3losag ktu" 01 property, real. peroon"l l and mixeil i/10 In the property. involved In Ihi. stilt oldeV .

", / BO Miller comin'laslous$ .. .. .. .. .. .., ....- : build. leas, own, * : : :
uouae is M : lo la.ue the bond. of naid corporation of inch pvraona ao iMtereatod are nnkuowu -
\(" W II <>n.lutpber poor either f. sate collateral for to the
r or an mouw roni|>laluaut.' and that relief la
;, Dr T 'M Rivera attendance lunacy case :2 00 advanced; to U ue bonds of said eor(orftlion prayed In aald bill of complaint agef/nat such

E L Lealey oo. auppHei.-oo'ty poor farm 18 76Oicooli eIther for Sal. to the general public. or toM >>.. unknown defendant)
Jouruaf subs and atatlou'ory 21 40 ...1\ an collateral to mortgHRit loann: to nanu* It la therefore order that all persons claim .
or Be I eft a. trunU on hOllllloano. who M ill reprttieiit log >Interest III and to the following dftucrlhtii ( McNair &S
lown ofVt <')loud, clar and freiuhl ,(um .1:1. thl. .corponition and n)*>o certify io the .": In the county ol Osceola. Formerly n)
:i''FI f''I-t'.I'I: : :
W K carter. loadln marl 41* 5(14.IH pur baser of )hondo that ail Ixuidn "' .Secured ',tste ; : : Building JacksonviIiFIoridashipments
41) l I.j reel ewtate nmrtiratr Biinranteeluv the payment UeglnnlngOT lee t Kouth and 47 degrees Kant: Dyal-Upchurch ,
Klr't Nat'l'lttnk. st ( loud, fr'lil o i marl of f nld bond. and IiVrrwt Ihereon inuttM.ribH of tnVe.l corner of Ixjl 4 In Block IH of the \,
the best timber in Florida Is well
made stock is made from
to the Our
I Barney Johnson bridge. work (r. (HI 1 .* for. iiurc-hftrxe receive own or hold ''utli KlorMM ItHllnied) rnnipiny'N. nur ey of any part or state. manufactured

w JohtiMm road work 111) 5l(0'' fur iuve..1111..0nr olherw IMC iliniMwe, ..f. n .1 l ltiirike tilt. ton II of KlHslnimfU'lly. and running Hoiitb. and carefully graded, a9d our fa'cilities for filling orders for carload lots are exceptionally good.. .
; '. 2', ...) 'atie's uM>n stork, or otiliKatloiiH I ofiudiVidun'M 17 ilfKreen: Kant 50 Ifel. North 4.C di'iree Kmtt: AOf
jj) Arthur E PoneKMi co. load supjillvbHoury or c-orporfltloiin wherever locat.cior <*.- North:; ; iIereecVe.t M) feet, south 4:1: detfrfert _
P Bulllviii.) Ocl and "Nov main al'w II)) (IiI orKMiizcU. aud while) the owner of urt W est .riO) feet, being) a part ol Lot 4. of Sec.Uou : -- -

O w Annum Ba.."nK..r roll .II l 49.50Le8'la S rick. IouIe.: or: nbliKatiotiK) to have and exer:, twenty t.o {..4In, ownahlp: twentyfiveJ. '
i pay .
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44 (14'to i I.e ar 1 "O"lIIr POM em thereon: to receiveinont ( .I| Mouth of Range twenty-nine I (2Ion.f) : do ------ -- -- 'r. -ps- .,- ,
i I'arklll.u. lirldge po.sliStale >y for I lntnu "nd to tiive I thu haoi"* epn'ar| to the rouiplaliiMiu'M bill, or l '
llank) of Klin. freight 2:<*1 l .HO, to I 101111.1) own. lea... control) ', cliarter nnd opt-r liHrnln tllAil. uu or before the Rule day of February .

Ludl"... & MaoDonougll. l..hore'.j..1 I IUIIO)) etc traniwH\n rnilwa) unKinex.) rnrit. ve..ei") \lql\ (. to-wit. the Atb' day of February, elae
.5 It) hivrA' nnd other, wh'rleH. and other means ol' the *ald hill will \bit taken ait cunfenaedIt
", Firnt .Nal'l Hank.. dt..1101id... b"r'dlllouey 2'K)0' () 00 tin.|!M>rlMlion of property or product heM) IK further nrd'r<:.1 that thin order be publlhliod The Mattress that Makes Any Bed Friend
jouo) (II>o) ovvtii-d: or controlled by aald coi |Kration, or MptTtoun once a week for twelve ((12)) oonnecutlvuw You i

4./: lul on warrant No 2.'\.'>3 I1* ((0)l I'J or by ooruorntlonii: : in connection with **.kN Iu the Kmfcfmnictt Valley (Oaxotfi. .
.. .. lhttitihin" ,, *Hrt of hix eortorLIoi. but not lo ime pultlUbiid tu said Ohceola county ofgfiinral
) I Iif
I' '4)0
20S4 the Bailie for doll v the lUMilleh5 of a common I clrjnTlatinii >ti Hald cotintv The most beautiful bed is but a resting place
if Alex Keen oaiiding cripple y u hohplial llil ,miBlste carrier, : to college in, lirelisru. can or bottle \\ 1tne>XH\-ll| II. iVicp, Judge of Mid Circuit poor

Bauk frulght on clay u, (00) mauufnclure for Kale anv or all character of Court and my name an Clerk; thereof, and IheII1IIrll."r
virtlablei iin.I fiuUh or vxtr etM from the caine ; : tin court thli tlh day of Cctobor A. unless equipped with clean mattress.
Ludlam A. IIlacDooO lh. moiier adv'd rxM (00 to ntaiiiKai-liire' rana or bottle. or nvoetiMsrycovuriiig ARIHITK K. DONKOAK. a comforable .

)J Treasurer filed his report showing or wrap porn for shipment awl prtmervatioti L4eaiI Clerk of the Circuit Court/ I .
of' cue). manufactured pro .ucts; for ni-.r Ei.liyfiKTH JOHNHTON. 1). C. The poorest bed of true
J''' the following balances on hand in the I ket. and to nell and dti.poi. of inch cane and O. F. Krlb"" nolffitor oomplalnaut. 4'l2t %

bottlcM and wrapper* to the ireneral public: to .
various funds : erect and operate.. or more refrigerator or Applica\ion friend if equipped with a Princess Sanitary Felt
'J t Revenue . $ 726 21' cold ftoraift 'planlA. aud for the Hale of by prodiicf Notice of to Sell Real Mate -
) ,. therefrom to coimtruot or lm.e wartlioumtH .. -
'\( Fine and forfeiture 251 88 and engage Iu a general warehousemerchandlritnu Estate. .
Because The Princess is clean comfortable whi supports
or commlrwary. biiiilneai to own a
,: School fund . tOO 85 ; matre
and ie mill) with all the Mutter of the Entaw! of C. A. t'ummtngs1)eo.'ase.i. .
opera necetMarriua
r;: Road fund 187 31 chiuery for the inanufacttire of lumber, aud l. the body it is restful which enables you prepare for $
flnlili, ,,"m.'o, nmiiufactnre crate and other To Whom It May ColicurnNotice lne tomorow.
fi Special fund . 37 67 ;' buiMlng. lualeriMl M 1th power to iwll and dla. la hereby glv$u that I. aa cx-otllflo administrator by The Princess is and moisture proof
? .
50' ice of) mnnufactnred prodnotn; to vroct one or of the mliite of C' A. CummIngs germ
, Convict lease .50() morn wharvun si.d doc" and to uae the same deceased will preBent my pcjtltlon to the Honorable toniht

"z; S. S. D. No: 2 15 22 ftM (thiHirpoM.B. of ibIs corporatIon, or to rent Judge ol the Circuit Court 01 the Mevoiitb and needs renovating thaI an occasional sun-bath. -
.. Judicial Circuit, at iJeLand Florida oter
' oi U *' r>"m.. to purchaw the Rtock "f other
1),' S. S. D. No>. 3 . 936 49 "r.lolI..n'l) to take'over aDfl operate the wherever he may bt found on Moutlav. the
'JiHh day of November. A IX 1911 I, fur leave to -
rhnrni nnd prl\lleKe I of any other '
't1 S.S.LJ.No.4: 543 *.. pay fur the property or plant) corporation of any cell nt publIc or private ale, for th. payment of
tl'I'; -- ', o I h rorniration.| In the atock of mich other aeliU, the- following described real ealata to. S
Total $ 3261 56' dr. t" .1 tou or the bond of anch other wit :
''l'f'1;; I :I i.: '.fin atock or bouda of thla corporation;rorpor.n All the luu-rept of acid eatatx In lot H. block II.of PRINCES .
Eldorado: Hubdlvlxloii. lot A of block 2 of AaIxirr
Paid warrants were ordered cancelled nM' lie tlN..ry. au .:::5. .- tate of Florida. Park Htibdlviilon. lot n of block "14" or
from the variousfunds in the following I TtflRD. Kanriall'a College I'lli, Hubdlvlnloti, the undivided -
0 ... : one half InUrant In lota !9. i: and 18 of
J Jis
t'J' amounts : The Anoant of (he capital stock of this COLoha hlO'k 2 and of lot I of block 3 of Kant NebraakaBelghta :
: t i'' '"- 1 be One Hundred Thoiuaiid Dol f ubillvmlon, all Iu the city of TampaItilUiboroUKh ,
Revenue . . . . 2401 36 of the par value 01 One Hundred aud F. PRKVATT. :
tnMH' I ImUam (*11.) 001) each; 10 p#r cent of laid Ex-orTlolo! Admlniatrytorof the Katale of c. /A made of carefully sanitized cotton woven into layers of .;0
c Fine and forrelture. 427 67 CHI tin ajitH'k shall be parable in lawful money {dimming. I'ltceafMtd.O. .

lll7 Judge Geo. F. Parker rendered flab of ,th:the** United balance iMaiaB of the or in capital property atock: Or Mervlettft.nnd .hall )>.. .F.. Krlbhu. Attorney__ ___ <:i-4t felt that will never lump, pack down or become hard. The V I i

{! license report showing $75 collected. l'\MOte) In cash property labor or service. ate Orderof Publication.In ticking is of durable quality and artistic design. The wofk- -' J t --
just) .Iu.tlon.0 be fixed by the Incorporator '
,,ii Tax collector's 'report was filed or .lIrertor.Jiet!! meeetiiif to be called for that I the Circuit Court or the Seventh Judicial .manship is by hand; only skilled w.. ,
purl"6. Circuit Iu sod for Onceola county, stale of ' '
showing amount-of $774.50 co1Iectedc '
.it' FOURTH. I Florida. In ChanceryH. experts of long experienceare -- / \ ,

iii Pistol bond of Charles Donegan, with ThIs corporation iball exlat for a p riofl of ( "
ninety-nine year. from date of the Charter uu- C. Stanford complainant, va. J J. Merrill employed; / h ( J 'I
James M. Johnston and A. W. Gustuaaa
aud atraluMl. all claiming an intervalnnder
M le*. sooner Involved ccoitUoa to law. persona '
the laid ". J Merrill or otherwise and / -
, .aa sureties examined and approved.1fR.f" FIFTH. against all other ( |. raona. other than the We sel The Princess un- i i' a. ) '

: $ Application of Mathew Underhill: an The bnilnetajof "COIj"o above known and named parttm claiming) : aoIntrreit '
. ducted IT a board of : or In the property In thla bill deaorlbed. der a 6 night's guarantee. /' / $ TJ I 11Y" .
IJ::.. old Confederate soldier, for pension more than fly. (6)) dlrcc>oni 'A majority of ita defendant. '
board of director shall ......". in the Mate of It appaertug; br afBdavll appeld..t t bill Ask your dealer. I he can't I / Yf. I n / ,'

I) examined and approved. Florida and President and General Mauaa. er of complaint filed In above stated came, that __ _
A proposition was received from Mr. and Hecretary nhali be residents\ of aald Maw. the defendanta are Bon-reaidenla of Ihe State of supply you write '
, The Board of Dtreotors shall ftAleot from among Florida whore nuldence I. unknown, and who. u.s i.
offering to $150 for iheomelves' a IJr*.Ul al aud General of f .
Mjchaeljohn pay Manager. are all twenty-one j .ars.It .
I' ( VicePresident, H* r, and t'd: ; ; Be The -
lary Trraaurar. One is that the nonresIdent ;: sure. to Princess. -
the .old water works Hani at the courthouse 's -
'i' ho.d she of 7
i ., i emon may office iTenideut and defendant Ibe aald J. I Merrill aud a I ; and the board being satisfied General AlaDagrer. .INo one peraon tray bold the aona claiming an tntvreat under tbe aaid IrJ. We'guaranteeitiobetheequa1't _ 4, -
ofllov of Hecreiary' a#\ Tremurer.0ald -
Merrill be and they are hereby required to appear _
'( ,:that the offer was reasonable accepted Board of Directors.shall hare the.utbqr- to the bill complaint III..,in thlaeaaae of any, and the superior of -. -, '
,i ity to jiptrolMall I ceaaary agents of this cor on or before the let day of l'-'>''' otherwlae '
1, 'Mr.. Michaetjohn'f proposition as this poration.Annual I .- '- the aUegatloua of 11 be'.taken many mattresses sold for $15.00 or less Getj3est f9r Le ,

material had been advertised and peetings of the atoekholdert.shall be aa confeaaed fay said defendant. ,
"'. . po held on the fourth Monday I"Deo..mber.10 ach It la further ordered. that this order be |tubllahed '
\ bide received! )'ear..t th* principal office of the corporation, once a week for eight (M) oonaeenllv G .
Or at any branch offlc lo lbAttof Florida' .._
k. la the Klualramee: valley Oaaette, a ho st CUh'ga
I' >. Pension application of R. B. Savage to be selected by the Board of Directors at the I newanaper published In said tounty. and dtet.Thia I
approved. the and hour of ten o'clock In the ..forenoon or a. soon the 3blh dar .. October 1. .... I '
was by board same
;) thereafter. practicable, at .bloll"h. Board) I ((Seal] 'ABTHrjiK. Do xoil'-. 1ed SANITAKYI FELTv :, _
,,*i 'was turned over to Mr. Savage to be of Directors .ball. .be dulj'r altcteO by the itook'holders. i. Clerk nf the Circuit Oonrt; l 4
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'ftc KissiBimee Valley Gazette GOOD ROADS IN SOUTH KISSIMMEE: PARK Locall Overflow j .J

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,J, 4 W. B. HARRIS. Editor ja.d.I>rot>'r.SiO ., Atlantic-Coast Line t to Operate a Good Items .of f Interest .From Our Busy ',

./ "" *: TRIPLETT._ Associate Editor. Roads TrainOver Inure System; Neighbor Across the Lake.: calling Assist at the the A.. Osceola VYl: r.:.. Piano Pharmacy fund this by

1 PUBLISHED : '? The-Atlantic? Coast Line will'hand] 'The activity alongr 'the' line of tree: afternoon or evening, and Indulging i ia In

i '] Office in, Valley Gazette Building.KLBS the National Good Kbads Train ver its setting is qult'e noticeable at present:*-" has cold kindly drink-or agreed lee cream"to donate Mrs.the PiTle] ROYAL'

: ; '4; 01 >MMKE09CEOLA!) COUNTY. Jl'LA.1J entire system, starting out 'from Richmond new 5-acre grove for Dr Derbyshire.of ceeds o* her refreshment department pro-

I SUBSCRIPTION RATESlOIM V Virginia: November 23rd. Kisslmrnee!!!,. ve acres for .C. J.. Nelson for this afternoon and evening to- the "

-'r ?- ecIP'I'.on* jPMr......h I. ..-.'.'..wfivr. .fl I 00 This will"consist'of.twowo coaches, of Oklahoma City, five acres for Frank fund, and Mr Ragsdale, the expert
'I OM '..!. monthaV.A,-tt.t... .. to mixologist will be.glad to serve you.
,% V one of which will contain models, operated Estey of Michigan, 15 acres for J.- L. The orchestra! will furnish music, ,
4 V All communication from oar .al o'" by electrcityt!! ofyroadworkini! Crawford of. $outh. -Carolina. .JO!,acres '
\ !' k k.... eorraspondenta muit'ba fttnod br tha wrltar __ \ 'Tb U"yman5 i meeting. wTf bethel
((,, r'-r Kcjactad matter will not b.. returned nnleaaaltod machinery of Various characters, and for Haul Krita -of South Carolina 15 ] h
in the
V Baptist church
next Sunday after- BakingPowde"BSOLUTELY
1<' forms of various kinds of good roads for Arno Kritt of North Carolina .
V -- acres noon at o'clock, and will be led by :
.t Entered-.laaa at mail the PoatofflM inatteivFriday In 'Klnlmmea.FI*..aaieoaii These will be displayed in an attraotive 10 acres for Mr. Bennett of Maryland Brother Pitman. These I meetings are

V : = way, and open to the public. The other 10 acr s for Boston party, now albelngprepared doing much good to uplift the moral

: Nove bJO, l9l coach will be equipped for lectures and for winter setting with and and an Christian hour spent spirit each'of our Sunday community after, PURE

V stereopticon views. A private car will the new groves put out the past year, noon at these meeting. will be both

.r accompany the train for the accommodation adds greatly to beautifying the Part beneficial' and instructive. A most cor-

of the lecturers. as well as bringing in good financial results. . dial and earnest invitation is extended C

;'1'' Is Sent Complimentary. Two government road engineers anda Nelson tn all men, chairman.The in the .city to attend.. A. S.

f Parties receiving this, paper representative of the American Association Much work is being done along the Makes delicious home-

r ;.11"' '.' --- roust not think that' it i II( the intention accompany the train as will also a representative i Allen are putting out a 12-acre truck I will Mrs.give S. Hi a dime Bullock social on at Saturday the. home after-of I baked foods of maximum

t : '. : of the publishers to later of the Atlantic Coast Line. garden; Messrs. Barnes and Kimber of noon November 18th beginning at 2 I at minimum cost.

j E4 V > 1\\ V demand of them the subscription The train will make\ from one to two Kansas are preparing ten acres; H., B. o'clockAUmiBsion 10 cents. There quality

/ I; price, as it Is mailed to them complimentary stops in each county in the states of Houck is having fifty acre. put in shape nil will be ten i., croquet and music. Ten- Makes home baking a

(r" V bv our Board of County Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina for other parties ten of which is for I 6) cents players per S cents ame. each Everybody per set>cordially,croquet

41'1' Commissioner!, the purpose Georgia, Florida and Alabama, limself; Mr. Potts ft Connecticut 'ien1cres invited to attend and be on time. Tea r pleasure

"\ of acquainting them with the through which the A. C. L. runs. ; Mr. Riggan of North Carolina, and cake served. free. Ice cream to be V

.. many advantages and opportunities Free demonstrations and stereopticon five acres; Dr. Robinson of Illinois, sold. Proceed for benefit of GoildV .

;(. ..; .4: V this town'and county offer lectures will be given at each stop. eight acres, as well as several others The 46-2t Theo13r Baking Powder
convention of the K. of
t V V the homeseeker. The paper will The object of this train i* to stimulate and the Park will soon be a great field P. has
accepted an invitation to meet
-V' : be mailed for a few weeks to any highway improvements and give of fruit and produce.A. with Friendship Lodge in this city on made from Royal Grape

person whose name is given us, practical instructions in the building and F. Kritz who purchased a 10-aere Wednesday. November 22nd. The Cream of Tartar

maintenance of improved roads, 'with a lodges composing this district are Orlando
: and if they should desire to receive grapefruit grove last winter is now
( it view of reducing tee cost to farmers in well Sanford DeLand. Daytona,
) regularly thereafter we ; setting out five acres more as as New Smyrna, Apopka. Leesburg. Ta-

I .'\ V would be glad to put them on our the moving of their crops: to' the rail- putting out about twenty' acres in vares and Klssimmee, all of whom are Mo Alum No Lima Phosphates

5 subscription list at the regular ways. truck gardens He baa also baled up a expected to send delegates. The Pyth-

.: V rates-$1 per year 50 cents for The public is invited to co-Vjperate in hundred tons of good hay this season, Ian. Sisters will entertain the local V
Knights and their
visiting at
V six months. every way, and to attend these con- and has added a large stock of .poultry a banquet.Mr. _. . .::'-=: ''- ---

ferences. and some choice hogs, calves, etc., to "' oMEN ?: ':: "
; ,''f;. -' and Mrs. Geo. B. 'Boutwell of
; Notice of the of this train
itinerary his place, all of which Are doing fine. .
Monte Vista Colo. ..
arrived the city
in -- -
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; I V Editor Hetherington of the Lakeland will Ce published in this paper later.CAMPBELL Mrs. Fairbanks, daughters and son, laat week and will remain until the
, : V\ News has made good his promise to ---- --- [ Circuit: Court Jurors.The .
V Jill, were visitors. to KUsimmee this snow ceases to fall and the trees beginto
\ .' issue a daily paper, a copy of which week. leave out at their home amid the WITHOUT PRICE. {following! named J persons have
reached Kissimmee this week, although I Rockies. Mr. Boutwell was here two at the
beenfdrawn to serve as jurors
Mr. McAllister has commenced !
operations when he To say-that has his
) years ag6, bought an orange every man
{ the Gazette has not been
as yet which
V and is boring a well on Mr. De- grove about two miles north of the City, nextjterm of the-Circuit Court
is vile slander. To that
placed on .exchange list. It is ..r price a say
I : ment's Beach tront lot. which 'he says, he finds to-be in splendid convenes en Tuesday November 28thi
from Kissimniee'shustling
,: V ,, of the best afternoon papers that we Interesting Items A few days ago Mr. Enge, while at shape and the trees full of fruit. is to deny the existence of the great W. 1. Bronson J. S. Underhill, Red-

V' A have seen, and not only reflects great Suburb. work in his yard, fractured one of bis The appreciated Valley Gazette call from acknowledges Mr. and ,Mrs.BoutweU an. men who have died for their faith din K. Roberta. R. A. 'Wiley. James.

credit on Editor Hetheringto.n, Lot will and Nonsense l'aIj, ' C. L. Milliard J. W. Camp
V Mr Fields ribs. Dr. Derbyshire was called in, ; on Tuesday.. _ their country. I TV
Loughman's hustling
V ? i add much to the prosperity of the real estafe deaTer;';, paid Campbell a fly- and Mr. Enge is again 'at work"' but is Mr.'and Mrs. R. L. B. Reaves and the last plea of a knave and issnas bell. J. C. Griffin B. C. Baas, D.:''..R.Blenis .

1 V thriving and enterprising city of Lake ing visit last week. not pushing things as lively as he was their sister Miss Jean Reaves, of Beaver out of the .mouth of a fool The K. I). Libby. E. L. Fennell!,
JV' land. _ accustomed Falls. Pa., arrived last week and A. Carson R. W. Simmons Lewlk
--- -- to.
= \ Mr. W. G. of Kissimmee
., I It i is rather hard lines for a man to Campbell Mr. Lew Seman, with the assistanceof will spend the winter in Kistimmee sterling strength of man and woman Johnson; G. C. Bronson. J. J. Dsnn, .
has been out this circulating a -
way petition having taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs.
:&;; V walk and keep his equilibrium when he to get up a rural route from Kissimmee all the machinists and mechanics of J. McPhatter They spent the winter rebukes it everywhere. W. P. Underhill, Ira Wetherbee i. H

., 0 gives freely of space in his newspaper via Shingle Creek to points the Park, has his automobile in good Here five years ago and will be pleas Lambkin, W. R. Godwin A. D. Storey..

to advance the interests of all classes below Campbell Station. order again, and is busy taking visitors antly remembered by many of our citi S. J. Triplett, J. T. Allman, W. F.

;J of people in his city and has worked around the Park that arrive zens. Mr. Reaves has been keeping up Jones R. H. Alderman R: T. Butler.
% Regular monthly serviced in the Baptist every with our city by reading the Gazette,
ANNOUNCEMENTS J. F. Williams H. W. Lavii, I. M. La.
and and late inV
willingly gladly early church here were conducted by Messrs. Baker of Omaha, Neb.; bpt says that he was unprepared to nier. O. C. McLean, Walter Uronson,.

\ season and out of season, to make his Brother Peter Brown last Sunday. owding of Cherokee, Iowa; Nelson witness the wonderful developmeht thai 1 R. Campbell, F. C. Bryan, J. D. Jeftfords. .
For Clerk Circuit Court.At .
City the most progiessive in the state bas taken place since his last visit. .
t Several hustling Northerners have and son of Noxville, Tenn., and Kimberand .
V and by his work all the have the urgent solicitation of ray friends .. .
people I --- - -
Barnes of Kansas City have all .
passed through here lately soliciting Not throughout the ..."01'. I hereby announce mr- V
V benefited in a marked degree, to be orders for commission houses. started bard at work getting their e. candidate. for Clerk of the Circuit; Courtin I i I Card.
and for Oaoeote county at the coming pri
i'V banded in payment a lemon in the Campbellites are fortunate these places in shape for crops and for uild- Notice i is hereby eiven that the City mar,. I wish to thank the people for their
1 shape of the City Council calling tor: V Council of Kissimmee Florida, will receive kind support In the pant. and fioliclt their I desire to say to those who are !nex-.-.
have been ing, )In the future If rlrcted. I .
days. Hunting parties quite port nlvdirr "p'l perienced in the art of dressmakingthat
I bids for curbing grading and .
bids from "jerkwater" printing paving faithful ...r..l..sod lo
every The for I U.:: E. Fairbanks pvmonal 'attention
1 successful in. shooting quail since the store building as follows: dutlei of the ofBce Knpectfully. I Iam prepared to cut. adjusLanlfit
: t : office in the state to do a small job of I first of the month. is nearing completion. Emmett street 150 feet north of the J. UOVEllKTRKKT-: dresses whereby ladies can easily

V; ; ,t printing, and awarding the contract to One of our striking curiosities presents The residents of the Park are anxiously intersection of Stewart and Broadway do their own sewing. Respectfully, ..

r t a firm in a city many miles distant at a these Streets, Broadway street from the intersection For Tax Assessor. 45-2t MRS. HELEN PERDEW.
awaiting con-
its appearance in the shape of a necessary V VV- --
4? price that will not net a profit sufficient eniences. I of Stewart and Broadway I hereby myaelf candidate for tkvoffice
clock. It has been. known to strike
streets to the intersection of Dakin
sock avenue of Tax AtfNemiorof Onceola nmmty., tub.t FOR RENT:""' New 5-room bungalow
: to buy a cotton for a house fly. If ,
forty times on bright, sunshiny days; Captain.Jim Davis has named his new and Dakin avenue from the Inter- ).<* to the will of time i> moeratfc votira nt lIe, subject to sale, $13 month tbre.rooml .
V this policy was generally followed by the coming primary and If elected l I iromin.. togiro per ;
: boat "Kissimmee. He is making his section of Broadway street to passenger |
but at this point the writer stopped my perooiial) attention luuy..ry dniall, cnnuertMl furnished or unfurnished; two
? 1" bur people, every business house in Kisslmmee counting, so there is no telling how run on schedule time, and is bringing depot of the Atlantic Coast Line with the olHce. O. BUCKKI I.H rooms turnished; prefer man and
railroad. All paving to be of brick and I
JVV, would close its doors in twelvemonths' wife. Mrs. Mary Summer, Lake-
: to the Park loads of and
much better (or worse) it might bave passengers feet wide, and shall be. completed "
iJ time. view Cottage, South Kl aiimmpe.
L ;" done. freight every trip. r within a reasonable length of time, For .Superintendent of Public 46-1 tp

The fish and eggplant, business has C. H* Sundmacher and wife, of Mor. to be determined,by. the Council. AI Instruction. -'- -- .
bids to-fce filed with the City Clerk not
.ARTfSIAN"'WATfR' increased to such an extent that Brown antown, W. Va., and Mr. and Mrs! later than November 23rd, 1911, at T hereby innonnca ravnelf aoanilfdata for the ANYONE anywhere/ can start a mail

.' & Co.. have about decide,*they will soon Houck were in the Park Wednesday; which lime-the-bWs will be opened by office of Superintendent J'ublio Iniitriictlunot order business at home. No canvass-
V I Oaceolacounty, aubject the wilt of the ing. Be boss. Send for free-
: landon The Council the -your own
Mt. Sundmacher purchased some the Council. reserves
tt-\\I; V Should Be Conserved for Its Value need a stenographer. Democratic voter* at the cornlnir primary, and booklet. Tells how. Heacock A 2144,
.., T TKe work Mr. R. Lt Lanier's new the prairie.and also a Beach front right to reject any and all bids. IC elected I will devote my enllr Ihni' lo the
on Lockport. N. Y.STAMPS.
detailed D. t.I'IC! .
: For information dott..oCtheum..e.1t
: ', for Irrigating Purposes.A more prospective
vJ: store building is nearing completion.His lot north of Mr. Riggan where he intends bidders are referred to the plans

., ',i I movement is in process of agitation stock of staple and fancy goods has to build immediately.Col. and specifications for said l curbing pa'v- I

. t} -t." ..' to conserve the store of artesian been received. Mr. Lanier has had !. 1"". A. Lincoln. who has chargeof ing and gradingnw* on tile in the City I

.. '1,. ," water which .is now doing such wonders previous experience in, this line and we : and does a large amount of clearing ('lerk's 46-2t office. J. R. GILBERT.City Clerk.! Vassar GirlsHIG1CHJOL

L V ... In Osceola county. For years The have no' doubt but what he will make timber: landg plowing, and getting truck t. !

u;: "1-.:;: Times has been calling urgent attention good. V II lands'ready' for planting is in daily receipt Just Like Him. !
,;< A. doctor onllol to the bedside
." 't to the necessity of capping all artesian Owing to the fact that Thanksgivingwill of inquiries from parties who was
.. of a font mother's biiby lx>y. He diagnosed
t well and saving every drop of soon be here. Campbell hunters are bought last winter in regard to having all
: ii ,.1. the ailment us acute rbeumartlam --- '
V water that is not needed for immediate learning how to catch turkeys. : their lands put In shape. and it now and the mother responded quickly i : Just *he everyday r.ovt'rnm.'nt one

;. application to irrigation or other industrial TANSY. looks" as if the Park will soon be a leader "Acute rheumatism! I have
I : might i and two (' -Stamps:; that you buy
,_4 : purposes. It has earnestly aavo- among the many newly Fettled places known It Everything he does or saysIs ( |I at .tin-. I'. O. always on hand at our
; cated the passage of a law regulating around Kisnimmee there being about just aa cute." 1
store. and at -
1t the use of artesian water, dividing the FIG. TREESBear twenty new families already here. I ,

.., state into/districts, in charge of -- An Ordinance
*_ V competent AUDITORIUM
AX= ''RMNAS): ; ( K proviillniffor the 'alll' II of s
inspector and supervisors, and the V Christmas Books. V Regulation Prices
-- -cli l Klerllon to di-UTmluv l by majority
: : i
t :; infliction of a penalty upon all persons in Kissimmee in Less .Than vote of all r.izt.t-r.i rot.-r*. \vbelhi-r the
and Achievement of One i ,.'lfl('i' of the City of Kiininep vliull
_________: j ,,. who waste the precious liquid. OneYear After Planting. "Progress the iwiwer'o' iHirrow m..e..'I..r th- hav"l; 'I j
..: As shown years ago by the hydrographic Hundred Years a valuable history of of, ,,,,.'I!nil.of rnrMuu KiHMiiiinec l .rut., p.vlnll."rtalll | We JlIMfJ carry a line of Family '
the Citv
\\ reports of the government the Out on Bermuda avenue, in the western 600 pages beautifully illustrated 2.25 BE: I I'! OI I>Al."F.D HY 1 HE. COO.>'! IL flF NOVEMBER 16 | Groceri'ra that l>ear the Gov't ap-

4i magnificent artesian system of Texas I part of Kissimmee lives Mr. and $3. The pictures are worth the ')'In> : CITY' I 1.OF TltHt KlhSIMMKKiTlion I under) Mini. *iy virtue of >...... i i pi-oval New, Fresh and Juicy-no

? has been criminally wasted until it has I Guernsey a gentleman who evidently money. lion 1..0'. of the 'teniTnl, Kutnten Florida tHrO j anciMit. shelf-worn. punk .'nd we;
) I' net I may i.I.Uiu.* ninnlnjinl, I nntva thereofHinomitiiiK
-V "* is of the touch when "The New Home Speaker and Entertainer .', -- sell thefn} atREGULATION
1- greatly decreased' in availability a/id/ possessed magic to iw -ntrt thoiifanil) I.l>OIKII'(
,, I 500) splendid. ''nlltirM I HK follow* Klve? ,toe,,.. for five tlfMi-, I ..
T. it comes to making fig trees bear fruit nearly pag.a/
value ,,,&id, 1(<",,'tMCP i; uollnnt eai-h" lue in mif* < 1 .ts 0 21.
Urider the reckless waste in for less than year ago he planted four work on elocution; $1.50. three (::1)i), f.,"r (tl.) n<1 1 Cv'i( i yean r m"-tlvriT Reserved Section for i
: from Onto VUH Li" tiotn hearing UIert '
: t, Vt Florida it will not be long until, the fig trees each one of a different Variety "Boys and Girls of the Bible, n..arIy nt the rule of wx! pir ont 'I 1 pi i .'.-ttt" Seaeon Tickets
\ 300 with\ two lithographs sixteen per a,u OUT',. for the purH.." of i I'H3luK t I f for* theitrntlin V
and loaded down
'I pages
today they are
!, ,
V < same condition prevails with us, and a I I a. v1111 t.t ne fc".I I I'i' vi its of tlie 'following j ARE A FEW Of'
;: ;
c. ) great factor in our prosperity is ruilled.f. with\ fruit that is thoroughly: matured half-tone plates and over fifty ftlreMK lu iii..It.. of KtHvunmtH, Clyl avt- -- -------. --- -- I
\ from ItH inUrM-rtJnn) ilh th- AtlmitlrC.out
and'is fast ripening. I I text illustrations ; $1."Piry title 110 II). pail Cottolene( V - *I.:-5 Vii
; With the extension, of the use of artesian I' >t 1.ln" railroad to KtniiH-tt: trfvl; Emmett. f"\
While it is known that Tales of All Nations splendidly ,.?r.-et from Clyli) avcntie to n point on< hunir : 11....
.tJ" t' water for generally figtrees Granulated) Sugar 1.UO
farming purposes, which < ** ; js now progressing rapidly the inevitable bear here the second year after illustrated, 300 pages; $1. IttNMidwav Htreft from Daklii arcane to 25 Urn. \Kice-toeat ". _
Hrack ,tm-t: llritck ntre. t Uroudwtymreet l.UONorth's () '
.' ;<,r end i la being hastened-unless arrested planting. it is unusual for them to do :' "Our Linen Baby Boo) ," 74 large to Vine dtreetj: Vine Hr.from Brnckl ; I
,f the first therefore profusely illustrated. :Sure: to at l 'r/ ; by the conservation of the so year we are pages, from Brondway tttrtvt to iak Mtrect; Kuoy =-=- _--c--=- =--- i
; : 'water. The water in Florida is the forced to assume that both the soil and please. Only 50 cents. aveiiUB. from Broadway utrett to the ,'IIY.t'H.k. Swift's Premium Jams .18

V flow from a defined watershed some- the climate of this section are peculiar- j I I "Our Child's Book, 7JxlO with "ei-tlou !. That an elertlon boo he'dT' at naoarly Come and gt the others at :Jt

V where to the north of us, possibly of ly adapted to their culture. The fig is rhymes and stories and highly entertaining : ;: a dat at prHCticuble: I at whlrlt the; quee-
lion to lw nubmllte.l to ttie elector' of itif Hldrtly.
: several such. The FIRST NUMBER
; quantity supplied ,i one of the most delicious fruits grown I I pictures. Only 50 cents. I having the ouallrlcfltlona preiicrlbetl by ,OF
? by those watershed areas can be exhausted Section MMM of Ihe t neral Htatuten of the: Slate North
w aa easily and certainly as those and bne that we nev.r heard of the 4611SEE DR. BREAi of -- .- - and the Maror hall fortbwlUi. l,aue hi. procla-
2 streams flowing on the surface of' market being overcrowded with. It appears ,
mutton for Hald el""ctlOD. ..
: the ground. This latter phenomenon is to us that their culture would be Ready for Day Current. eecUon :t. 1 be form of the ballot to boo liiuetl KISSIMMEELYCEUM
i. : very familiarly shown every summer. .t SaUl election shall be anr taattKlly$ u followi: .
; most profitable industry to in '
engage "OFFICIAL BALLOT.CZ.in1c1psIuuflOe
The water u exhausted it to
ceases The electric light. plant is now readyto uf Taylor'sBrownies
) note (or \borrowing
S' 'j flow and the stream go dry. It is Just here, especially now that we bave a moneT for pavingHeld '." '
establish day and do
a current will
: the same with the underground flow. canning factory which will consume all ; .. 1t7 D. 1911."
'!'-..V V It la impossible to lay too much emI so the moment enough business is secured "Make cross mirk (X) before the qnectloc bf Quick Delivery
V V I that can be produced.Net jour choice/; I L COURSE Phone 260 "t
I ,'pbasis upon the imperative necessity of to pay the added expense. AU "( 1.. For borrowing of money by notrtorparing "
by law against the .
providing complete I parties who contemplate putting lio ..
.I TchauitioqoJLtbia:Invaluable supply:' of' Taking. "( ) Anlut! borrowing of money by note /
.- i".waUr. "My MIa t> taking alretwm under yon motor are requested to confer with for paring. '.,.
--- Section 4. PhouUl the ieeuance of said DOtes _
.' Texas i la not the only instance In this tana i* be notr remark the Uft.! W. A. Joiner at once. .;; )IM antborlied by a majority of eoe... aa required VV
-' 'point. vAU over the world are areasone food father to tile nnr. high achoolteacher. __ *. tbael laid aotra sILl bo iMMd aeeordiDc to THERE'S ,4\
and Im this ordinance with PLEASURE
V V law aa preecribed ,
flourishing and furnishing large .-* Bargain in a Home. out dew, aad the Connall shall. before inch ,
V V L t'/ood: Mippli*. that ar. now desolate aridbarreD" "Wefl." *TM tile aiuwcr "your MB by ordinance for the redemption I In taking pictures. you like.. ,Brownia .f
yielding nothing to aid In the < Seven-room house, three roomaplu :f1i.'D is matnrliy. and far th* *.. Illexpenalve
baa been
xpoed' to algebra, tat I '
.' IUpport of the human race', totally dserted *. doubt If b. wtu take 1t." eyed four celled, two porches, poultry$ payment Aead .Drat ol th and* Interest second open time the bv ann nnanlmooioonaent. V andKodaks operate, daylight goading. No5ar I ,
V V by the millions, pf. people who house wood-shed fine well 171 feet and pa Mod In open Mialon" this vth day: V room needed for any rart ot the "- '

nee llvd upon them. \ '. Don't forget that th.price of a want deep, two lots 6$ J feet front each. 135 ol Normper.A. D. Jell.V H. M. BBBAXSII., work. ANY ONE CAN DO iT.V. / .
? /If'. the people of Florida take the ad in the Valley Gazette U the cheapest feet deep fin garden plot, .east front. Acting President of City Council. Prices from $1 ,
; ,.. .;;:{ .? m.ttel'lII band without delay, the life investment you ever made. This II a. splendid bargain at $1200. AU4Irot: J to $20: ..
; r 1 >. of our stat .. a prosperous community Term on half,if desired. Set)us ekily V J. It. QiLatar Oty Clerk ,
V ''f''V ; ;'may b* prolonged 'many hundreds off Old\ nwtpapn for aale at this office If*yon,desire property; of this d.aerlpSJon. Appr4r*<4 iIOlDber lOtb H. CLAY 4.'D.19Jt.BTaXrOID. Osceola Pharmacy., >
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The.Klsslmmee Valley Gazette Lostor Stolen; n&, Brawn 'German' ; Mr.::and'Idr.. O.,C.: .Darling and Mr. e
"11> pointer dog, scald left tide ;
on and about John Stein of Conneaut-Ohio, reached .
jf n' -
TELEPHONE. NO. t roar inches of tail gone Will for Kissimmee
, pay _on. Saturday!,and will remain -'
L Information leading to recovery./ M. throughout the winter. If conditions M

., ; .PUBLISHED) ;EVERY. FRIDAY B. Carton. ,SiSS :.46-tt suit and they find the climate here ...... ....

.. '-BT_ T, **SfrT and Mrs Buck everything that is claimed for it,' they ,
Lavalett Jeft ,
. ,
:' W. II k"....IS. will make ,this city thel permanent
Wednesday for Jacksonville' spend;
I borne ;
= -,- . the winter,' after i i.Messrs. '
a visit,with
.. pleasant '
...uariu.eaaarwarwsews- Mr. and -]nnl. Dan McCallister. Mra L. G. and L.. p. Flint of' While
,. Buck'a parents., fllbckton'lowa"accompanied by their S present stock
Weather. Report .' amilies, arrived in the' ttfty last
. : ) '. MrJ. W. Miller, MUs Helen' Jones, and expect to make 'Kissimmee: night their,. .

Rev. S. S. Snyder and Mr. Earle Wright home They were accompanied also by ..
represented Kissimmee at the C. E.'District heir sister Mrs. Ed hus-r
Fo11owlng'a.. the'daily'temperaturea I, convention held at St. Cloud last band' irfollowing them Raper with,their household lasts
fue tire
: selling-
and, precipitation, .. I Saturday and Sunday. goods: : ; ,:

".,. reported ,by the, Government: I 'The V.;!. S. will meet at the Chapter Mr. C. A. Cole, proprietor of Kissim-' ,
station at KlsslmmW for the house next Tuesday afternoon, November mee's
splendid jewelry store, was in '
week ending Nov. 9, 1911. 14th. All>1 members are urged to be the Saturday, having come up
present as business of Importance will dtllaat
and, where he is also engaged
..1 HIM. taro come. before the, meeting: In' the jewelry r business. Mr.

Friday . . . '75 68. 90 ;;Mr. A. 'S. Nelson has'on exhibition in And Mrs. Cole have just recently..- . PARIAN

Saturday. . , 81 68 . his office five sweet potatoes that the turned from Iowa, where they spent PAINT : "
Sunday.. . . . 82 69 . weigh forty pounds. They were grown .. .
_n Park Garden and is the third
crop ---- --- --
Mr. and Mrs -
Monday . . 86 68 : . raised on the ground this year. ganoxie. Kans. c..B..LmdaaYrOf-Ton-1' .

.. . .. 88 68 . ,
Tue da) Mr. Theodore F. Martin who week and will remain permanently. Mr. I
Wednesday.. . 88 68' carne Lindsay purchased acres of land
.. to this section a short time from twenty
Thursday 89 71 El Dorado Spring., Mo., and settled ago at and an orange grove on Shingle creek, (every gallon guaranteed) ;+.
Orange Center, was In the city Monday about three miles west of the city, and .
an"- paid this office a most pleasant call.I will set out several hundred grapefruit
.. trees this'wlnter,
--,0.----- Miss Miner, local'manager for the y
Western Union Telegraph Co., has been Mr. Sid Pearce, representing the Bas
LOCAL' authorized to extend the free deliveryof singer district.on the Board of County at the low price of' :
| Flak telegrams to all patrons and others Commissioners, was In the city Mon- : : _
jj jjThe
THE living within the cprporate limits of Kisaimmee. day in attendance upon the regular .1;.
monthly meeting of the Board. He '
stated that there had been plenty of
IrMr' and Mrs. Geo. Feekin arrived rain in his section lately, and that the $1.50
N N eA% %vt++%wwaew per'gallon
city Friday nlgbt'frorr Jamestown, river had risen a few inches.
N. Y., and are so well pleased with the '
general appearance of Kissimmee that Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Makinson left :
Board of Trade meet In regular
last week to visit relatives
they have.decided to remain here per Maryland. ,. '
session Monday night. manently.I before returning, Mr. Makinson will '

.. '; 'No Trespass" signs, 10 cents each, extend his trip to a number of the large (Excepting the Window Green
at the Gazette office.Mrs. FrienanJap Lodge K. of P. has just cities of the North and West, looking
received a complete set of handsomenew after business matters in connectionwith

J. E.. Dent of Atlanta Ga., is regalia. Won't Chaneelor Com- his extensive mercantile enterprises -
visiting Mrs. W. M. Ferrell. mander Niemeyer and the other officials here and at St. Cloud.
cut a swell before the district con- .
Blue Ribbon ice cream, best in town. vention 7 Mr. J. H. Eggersglue returned home .
81-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. last week from a four months' Visit to
Mr. G. H. Coons, of Washington, his old home in Wisconsin. Jack has y
Mrs. E. S. Beeland and baby have Ind., arrived in the city last night and been trying for the past twenty years W. B.
gone Georgia to visit relatives. will spend a short time looking after to find a better place than Kissimmee( MAKINSON i
some properly which he owns here. but he has not yet succeeded. He goes
Miss Annie May Bates returned Mon- Mr. Coons hopes to come down next and conies, but always returns with the .
day from a short visit to friends and rel winter and locate. statement that hf Is glad to get back. t

President W. F. Blackman of Rol- Mr. G. M. Baker, of Omaha, Neb., COMPANY
Jean Person, of Orlando, is the lins College, and Mayor Phillip Dale, of arrived in the city Sunday to take up .
guest of Miss Virginia Makinson this' Winter Park, were distinguished visitors the work of improving his property in
w ek. in this city Monday. They were on Kissimmee Park, of which he has thirty \
their way home from the District C. E. acres, having purchased it while on a
Mr. J. F. Willisms of Whittier was Convention at St. Cloud. trip here)last summer. Mr. Baker began .
transacting business Kiesimmee this the Erection of a residence in the
*. week. Mr. T. W. Elwood. of Washington
Park this week, which he will occupy 1Y"
Pa.( arrived in the city last night and when completed. .
Miss Lillian Harris has accepted a will spend the winter. Mr. Elwood Special price Doors ( '
position in the dry good. department of states he was Induced to come to Kis Messrs P. A. Van. Agnew and Ar- on '
/ M. Kau. simmee by the Valley Gazette and that thur E.:: Donegan left Monday for an iY
/ he is already favorably Impressed.This extended trip through the North and '
A good well established mercantile West Their Itinerary will include Sash and -
Screen Doors
business for sale Apply to box 316 afternoon'and evening the ladies New York, Chicago, Minneapolis and ,
Kissimmee, Fla. 37 tf of the League are in charge of the soda Kansas City. It is more than, probable i.k

Rev. A. M. Chlsholm will preach at fountain at the Osceola pharmacy. Elegant these gentlemen will consummate a big IJ
the Christian church next Sunday morn- home-made cake will be served land deal before they return, which will .
ing and evening with the cream. Everybody Is urged to be in about fifteen days. rf>
attend. Good music by the orchestra. /.
Mr. O. B. Howse, of Ocala, was : Mr. E. L. D. Overstreet, representing -
mingling with friends in this city Monday Mrs. C. C. Even, accompanied by the Campbell district ou the Boardof .
r. and Tuesday. her( two children and a maid, arrived in' County Commissioners, was in the a
in the city Tuesday from Brooklyn, N. 1 city Monday attending the regular r '
Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and' y., and will spend: the winter with her I monthly session of the Board. He says '. 1
and we will get a drink of the best brother Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew that both the fruit and vegetable crops Y

t soda water made. 31 tf i iA at his beautiful home.j Paradise are splendid in his' section, and that ,
Island. many homeseekers have moved in during -
ttee lon is called to the advertisement the past few months. ,
in this issue of Mrs. W. H. Far- Mr. C. W. Brown, of Wankesha Wis., pg '

- mer's millinery store. arrived in the city Tuesday to spend a The Valley Gazette Is in receipt of a
few days prospecting. Mr. Brown has card from Hon. A. M. C. Russell editor ,,
y Mr. 1 S.: S. Griffin, one of Orlando'slive been a reader of the Gazette for the of the Southern Argus at Brooks- .
wire real estate dealers, spent Tuesday past few months and was induced to ville. announcing his candidacy for '. i '4t
'r ,. night in the city. come here through perusing its col- State Superintendent of Public Instruction -

''t." 'y"\ Mr. Eugene Bryan.'of Jacksonville, umns. His platform is : "Free text ... '.
''\i spent the week end with his ,parents, I have opened a jewelry and watch books,county system for public schools "
Improved ,county ,, tor .
ystem rura
Mr and Mrs. N." C. Bryan. .
? 'in Lawson's Cash Store
41 ., t repair shop schools, and maintenance of high standard r ,
( and this 'of the .
take means soliciting
Jim Miller the turpentine magnate, for state schools .:
of the work
public. Any
patronage .
'of Haines City,,spent yesterday transacting left with will receive and J{
me j rompt it-P1&diiii1
: (
business in this city. careful attention. Prices reasonable. Mr. andMra. S. E. Perrigo, of Ells
worth. have arrived in the city to
;"t The County Commissioners; are havinx P. 6. White. 46-tf I spend the winter, and if they are as .

A cement walk laid on the south and Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Boone of Tampa i well pleased with Kissimmee then as / -
west sides of the court house square. arrived in KicsimmeeFriday last and they now are, they will locate with us "

Miss Lamar DePass of West will make this city their home in fu- permanently, They are stopping with P AlJI1Jr .
Key is (!
Mr. and Mrs L. M. Williams, the latter < .
I ture. Mr. Boone has opened a cigar
> visiting her sister, Mrs. W. M. FerreM, being Mr. Perngo's aunt. They were
factory ui the Willson building on Darlington -
at her beautiful home in West Kmsim1jnee.
induced to come to Klssimmee through
notice which
I IMrII : avenue appeared
reading the Valley Gazette.
in our last issue.

R. D. Fuller1. of Winter Haven /'
-- .Is spending a few days in the city the Messrs" J. II. Prather, Earle Lupferand This week the Nelson Realty Company .. C"
sold to Messrs. John H.
Will Hancock returned Wednesdayfrom I'ljyn and
guest of her daughter, Mrs. t A. Nie-
Vrneyer. a two days' deer hunt south of the William Winter of Franklin county,
city. They brought back one of the Kansas, ]2.. acres of land in Park Gar- FLORIDA'S ,\.
den, and these gentlemen are coming to GARDEN SPOT
Quite a number our young people finest bucks that has been killed this
their lands and make this vicinity
''L' attended the dance at St. Cloud on season, and in addition bagged; a large improve
number of fox their permanent homes. They; I t
Monday night i and report a most enjoyable Mjuirrels r
w- time. had looked well over other parts of the ;.

Mr. Wm. of Altoona, Pa., state, but wisely selected Osceola coun-
">,v. Mrs. C. B. Hudson; arrived in the city is expected to reach Kissimmee on the ty as a place of residence.Mr. a

V Monday night from New York, where 20th of this month for a brief stay. .' .......'.
J"- she spent the summer with relativesI Mr. Hahman is president of the New and Mrs. O. G. Smith and Mr.
and friends. Eden Plantation Co., which owns and C."E"McAnulty, of Mooreland, Okla., The choice of
operates an extensive farm on Lake arrived in Kissimmee Monday and will discriminating pur-
* Miss Grace Towntend.Df Interlachen, Center, near Narcoossee make this section.their home in the future ,
fit state secretary of the C. E. society, Mr.Smith is the owner cf a tract chasers. .
V' spent a few days with the Misses Yowl The ladies of the Presbyterian church of land just north of the city, while Mr.

''u: ell this week. ; _,, ET3Si.. will have a sale of home-made l>bread McAnulty has realty holdings at Orange
l cakes pies, cookies, doughnuts and Center. Both gentlemen have begunto
\:. Mr. Ernest Shiver, of Bradentown, othe good things to eat pn Saturday/ put their land in condition for planting .
* was in the city a few days this week November llth I at the manse, from :3 l to vegetables and citrus fruits. Well
t, greeting his many' friends, he having 5 p. m., t9 which all] their friends and I worth a visit by those who '
(f, Jived here pt one time the public generally is invited. 45-2t Mr. Willie Williams, one of Bassin- L .

h"}". Rev. David D. Kidd Will hold services H. M. Breaker & Co. sold last weekto Monday' and Tuesday citizens in, was company in the with city wish to see a proposition that is in a j'

ti; in the Episcopal church on Sunday next. Mr. I.'S. Kapp of Illinois, the Web. School Commissioner W. W. Chandler.
>- .. Morning prayer, sermon and holy comti king property, corner of Verona street Mr. Williams owns the Hardy Lanier class by itself.Kissimmee i.
p T Ynunion at 10:30: o'clock. and Dillingham avenue.. Mr. Breaker grove, one of the finest pieces of property .
'\ states! that this sale was brought about on the Kissimmee river, and is at M
fi Mr. J. W. Slater woo has spent the by one insertion of a small classified advertisement >resent building a large store room at I I ( 6r
111" summer at East Greenwich, K. L, returned in the Valley Gazette. Ba sing !r with the intention of engag- : .
il, to the city last week and will r- ing in the general merchandise business 1

grs. main here until late spring. Mr1. A. D. Cordner wife and daughter ,
\\)1';, of Bismarck, N. D., arrived, in the .
:. hMr., j. E. BASS, J janitor at the-c>ourt city last night and will make their future Ed Roberta, it lineman employed by
returned Tuesday from a w *k's home in this vicinity Mr. Cord the Kisslmmee Telephone Company,
'visit to relatives and friends at Homer ner was here last winter and states that fell from a. pole near' the Christian

I" vllle, Douglass and Waycroiw, Ga. he will never again endure the hardships churth last Tuesday afternoon. He .
of a winter in the Northwest. was picked: up unconscious by Sam y
Messrs. M- D. Timrill l and K. Lam- Griffin and Mr. Roberts Orlando, who ,
ons of Narcoo' s e, two of Osceola's County Commissioner O. R. Bass, happened along In an automobile, and I
most substantial citizens: were looking representing the Whittier district was carried to the office of Dr. Winn. wherehe .
in the city Monday in attendance attended Drs. Winn and .
, -r' after business matters in the city Mon- upon was by
i.' -\I. -day. 'the regular monthly meeting of the Hyatt. He was at first thought to be I ..
!1: M. J. W. Miller has purchased: the in- many building were in course of construction -, to note that he i. now getting along' '
"-4 -'ttreet' of his partner, -'S.: I S.: Griffin, In in bas prosperous/ little city. v.'l right and will be out again in a few Valley Land1ompany.: ; ,

Xi'tbe splendid orang. grow at Gotba.wWen days. ,
; they ,have heretofore 'owned nMiss EloiseMoon, tachert the in- I
fant ':'class In the Methodist Mr. J. E. Mattocks
13y. Sunday on Wednesday received t.
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school/pv. her little pupils a moat de- word from North Carolina conveying '
;. >: :., ;, We are pleased to learn that Mrs. G. lightful party last'-Monday afternoon. the sad intelligence of the death I H. B. HOUCK,. Resident Manager *; 'n

1. : ,.r II.,.Prather, who hat been aerioualy ill Toys of various kinds were provided for of his father.. Dr. .J. C. Mattocks' at; \
""Jfor several weeks, is much improved, tbe-.muaement the little tots, and Pollocksnlle: in that jstate. Dr.iAatrl I ". ->, aKISSIMMEE 41f
.. .land Is on the fairjroad to complete re- Miss Moon assisted and Instructed themIn tocks was 67 years of age and had been .
' overyf, playing the many games so ,dear .to tor years' a pracUcingphysleian in that FLORIDA :
7 ., the hearts of Children, and last, but by sectien'an during the civil war servedas
:: Mr.. Chu. W. Dowdlng arrived in no means ,least in the minds of the surgeon In-the 'Confederate ,army. '
,the city from Cherokee Iowa, last guests she had provided a bountiful His death was the result of a general "
; i week, arid has taken hfs reeideneAinp of to t .. ', ,A... .....- 'tJ ..
op supply refreshments, is breakdown and a prolonged illness.' Mr. 11 ,...... to '. .. J<,"; "' . -
I' SyKUsimmee Park, where'he lies 'unnecessary; to ,say full juit/ce, was Mattocks left Kissimmee.Wednesday! .. .

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: :' 'oRi\rGI OSCEOlA more effective field for the moving picture ... ...._ _- _.. .. .. .., . .-- r rt
l : than- In the !"kindergartens"

&&t I !r the big sides These valuable havens .
yl COnVenuTliat'; in St.Qoud for the oft-neglected and prematurely ,,'
l' District ;' 'J
fJ nervous child of the"modern city-owe l
j Great Success I
was a their and unselfish
E Ylt origin to.a. great
l '
.. ,il/ It met November 3-6th in the famous friend of children,, who made their welfare ',

f F l "old soldier's" town St. Cloud, and,In the object 'of a long and useful Satisfied Users Are Our l ;

c ..,;, ,every one of"the nine sessions the gray life.If Froebel and Pestalozrl had i Biggest Boosters ,:
+ and 'Iheiif wives
headed war veterans lived long enough' td get' acquainted i I ,
n' ;" formed a large part of the! good congregations with the moving picture, it would long '7' .. .

I i..u. : which ca eout.help_ and be ago be the chief factor In every "kin
brlped by the more youthful lri-yeare dergarten" the world. YOUR IMMEDIATE NEIGH 'ORH01D
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..Ii. Christian Endeavor soldisrs. We cherish a profound respect for r- ,

} .. ', Two state officer, President Linn and the good women who work among the I- ;,

., the secretary, were in attendance, and little children in the kindergartens. ;Ei" :.
I four district officials,.Mrs. J. W. Liller, We believe that they would' welcome =

p f president; Mrs J. H. Cellar, treasurer; the moving picture as' a most valuableaid ==.JACrf

\ MCI. May Denning, junior superintendent In the discharge of their dutiesjto .' ? OI.ALL '

r ", and Rev. S. S. Snyder, citizen- the little ones. Deeply impressed as The Line Consists of Everything ITRADES.

ship leader. All the just-mentioned, as We are with tha importance of the MADE BYFAIRBANKS:

well as both local leaders and the dele- moving picture as an agent in higher that Gas
_ a Engine is
r -- +t':'- gates attendml.did their part to make education.we are sure that the \beginning ;'MORSE&Q!

it the successful convention it proved. of the work should be in the kin used ,1
for-Power 4
j ;,1 The district vice-president, Mr. Percy dergarten.It Plants, Irrigation ,
i Dale of Winter Park, was to have been i* a matter that should draw to L '

""I ." f. ,. in charge of the sessions, as he had itself most serious consideration, and Outfits, Marine En ,

served so efficiently in planning the program we earnestly hope that some film maker .

.t i but being unable to leave his business will, in the very near future, win for gines, Etc. I . = .
I his father, Philip Dale, a. rved in himself the distinction of being the '

his place a* convention chairman. pioneer in preparing, with the aid and

There were two good well attended advice of competent teachers. pictures

1 sunrise: meetings, I leA by Mrs. Philip especially suitable for the educationand We make
'' Dale and Mr. R. H. Mliirhead.\ of San-, training of little children. a specialty? of Irk

ford; State President Linn J. H. Cellar The New York Times says that the Yon'tfail to see the eating Outfits arid "JACK'OF ALL; TRADES"

.1 convention secretary; 'Rev. J. E. Eclipse Pumper-It's a can
moving picture has "a hold
proper ; .
upon All that the .
Mr. I. N. Grit- name implies.They .
I \ Ennis, our pastor-host; all sorts and conditions of men," and handy engime. Can be S h.
1 fin, local president, and others. that the shows have improved greatlyin put on sub-basa and surprising are all engine. Can be used in
One of the best parts on the program used in thousand "
excellence and variety of interest. a dif results. many different 2-3-4-6 H. P.
the address Mr. Marcus C. Fagg;,
was by ferent
f. We are glad in passing to remark that ways. ., -i-
: superintendent of the State Children'sHome
the spirit of Raymond Jones still animates -
f I and Mr. Fagg also led a
society ; the columns of that distinguished .
' fine prayer meeting Sunday evening journal. Raymond Jones was an altogether if want more. water .
I called "Practical Chnstian Endeavor you
,. I different type of journalist from ,
WoJk. "Joe" Pulitzer.WNYSUIPGRfN. ,
,-4 ,, Friday evening the convention address
it will
was.delivered. by Rev. Dr. Dill, pastor be'a pleasure to how
', t of the Congregational church in Winter FRUIT? you .

:, : '., Park, and he made the need of enthusiastic -

i 4 't(. "Work" so real that those present Dealers .
Unscrupulous Make Shippers
': will long remember his earnest

j,' .1 words. Believe They. Have Advantage.The .

Another fine address was, "Efficiency; opposition which has developedin

it 9t What, Why, and When" by Rev. S. S. certain quarters to the enforcementof W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY

; Snyder, of the Presbyterian
? pastor the green fruit law in Florida suggeU
church in Kl simmee. The convention
that there is some
very potent reason;
"Irlv.F I/; Berman was preached by Dr. J. F. Blackman why orange growers wish to rush their

s 1 president of Rollins college, Win- product to market before it has fully -1r
ter Park, 'and the beauty and power of
.:.' matured. If this same fruit we e held
. Character and the need of its perfect
d back until it is thoroughly ripe it will
development were brought out forcibly make the same conditions in the marketas .

1 , by this learned friend of Christian En- prevail earlier, and will bring the -- - --- -- -- -_. .- _..- -- -
w) deavor. same price. This is a matter of loiric. - .
''I,* Y'j i 'l ," There was a social hour in the- church Then why do many growers insist orl FOR SALE I FOR one SALE--40 mile ''fjom acres the of court land house less than 20 /LIBERTY PARK +++++''+it++t++++i,1T -- --

I 1 at the close of the first session arid an- sending their fruit to the market acres of bearing ;
t whenit orange !grove: 5-room
: !r other pleasant memory for delegates is unfit for human consumption? house on good land; cheap at $10,500; I I ; a
JZ r r, will be the departure from the St. Cloud The grove will soon pay"price of this land; r Only one-quarter of a mile .QRAYSTONE ;
only FOR SALE-40
answer we can possibly suggest ( acres of truck land in I ,
i 4t; depot when besides Endeavorers, an old growing more valuable every day; from the city limits of Kissimmee f-
I" to this is that there are a few dealers Park Garden fronting on' Shingle worthy of the closest investigation. I
4: soldier was going away. The comrades who urge early shipments in order creek; a little oVer a mile from the We also have 50 acres of land, 6 acres and on an improved hard road 1 ; of H ilL rut re** ; ii .

jJ) r were there to bid him God-speed "with that they may secure an advantage over city limits; a beautiful place for build- of which are in bearing grove, bal- and along the line of the survey I _ '
fife ance on splendid land good for I ; 2.50 to 3.50 day.
and drum and banners It grove per
waving. other dealers. They urge their clientsto ing a home;; can go from this land by or trucking; a 7-room house, good stables for the new electric railroad. Special by week month '
was unusual to most of or
., v an happening put their fruit out at the earliest possible launch to the city dock; also good ; 1 mile from railway town 3 miles The best of fruit and truck landin #
the Christian Endeavoa used to only moment, insuring a slightly advanced wagon road; fine flowing wells can be from Kissimmee; price $7.000> favor N. W. rHURMM, hip. H D. I'OUtH, .". .
-v( a few old soldiers in their home towns. price with little the had able termsbf payment. Wehave still fiveand ten-acre tracts at +++++
regard to on any part of the 40-acre tract; ++++++++++++++++
7. The State Secretary:: echoed the At future of a brandor 2 wells another grove, about 15 Acres in bear- $60.00 per acre that will be
reputation particular
flowing in
f 6 now operation; 20 ing fruits splendid
; of dif
: !lantic City convention and Mrs. J. W.Miller the Florida citrus product as a acres fenced with hog fence; 15 acres ferent kinds of citrus fruits; 45 acres : wortb double this value within a $1 1 or $2 per Acre per Month
v . } read address. delivered at the whole. in cultivation; small house; the very of good land; 6-room house, stables, few months

""I'JJ.:; I ',. .International called "Holding ttie Cita When the consumer l learns that it is Is trucking rich, easily: land cultivated in Florida; this packing house;' less than 2 miles from test.Ray...a S.alord w.ll celery farm I'lowla. ar.
; under Kissimmee price Still g.ereat..d. '
del; Another selection read and enjoyed against the law to fruit laid with the ; another Kissimmee is N.edrdaaoto.da.Mrolhprov..dlstrlct i : I': : '
; 3) ship unripe clay which holds fertilizer { of about 8 acres and 60 acres x growing rapidly j' . ', rater aa4 rail .'
'' was the poem, "I'll,Never Let from this state and that this law Is being and moisture; a fortune can ''be of land; excellent new house of 9 and certain to become of tloa. Oar IIb"r.1 "o..aract ara..porl..lIow. slit
', r r '. :,G.>." enforced the Florida a orange and made on this tract of land and can be rooms and basement; good stables; one 'sarstopayowl.. ...'orct. lie,.'Title hoed Aleaara.tee.e. 'I
;$ In the Junior rally Sunday afternoon will sold on favorable terms.of paymeiji; half of this land excellent grove land the principal inland cities of) _. 4\.1): 'r ,.pf .'
grapefruit gain much in --- -
prestigeand we want to show --
land -
r'1 e and intro- ---
balance fine beautifulview ----
t 4 x, }Mrs. Calvin Mills told the children and popular favor. -Tampa Tribune. duce the purchaser! to the owner;; here of the for town trucking about; a 1 IKi miles Florida; the country urround Dg.I .
r .older ones, also, in an interesting way, is a great opportunity for a fine investment from the city rimits on hard road; this I' Kissimmee is rapidly improving,i
: Jof her-parente, who had been missionaries We also have some splendid be I
The Clnoa or Pinedale farms grove can purchased for '15,000; and those who get in on the The Florida (GrowerFor
t.' in China. She also explained to trie.Century." just outside the the crop can be sold within 6 weeks
Congressman Victor city limits; some near the site where and ground floor will the
.i 'them what the'word "Watch" meant : Murdock cf pay more than 10 per cent on the reap splendid
; the and For triu ktrn
y' .namely,' to be careful of our words, Kansas, who has a bablt of sayingwhat is now canning being built evaporating; these lands factory vary purchaser.investm without Many otner any expense to from the rewards. There ia no uncer- I'a.fuikwwh.alit' and to fruit know Krowrtn.About "Ft.r'

thoughts, companions,.actions and bab"Hs. he means has characterized the in price according to location. We one acre to 80 acres in a proves body. Can I tainty about the increase in the I 1y. *\Vcrltly.; vend.IIM".r II''m( >tor A ,ten v' ar IHMIH:
t t business privileges of the express com also have some nice residence lots, suit any reasonable minded man who value of investment .ntMTlptlon, Snappy Bright. trial'
panies all "the cinch of the century." very large, beautiful location monthly I means, business and wants a Florida ,' your you THE
: Good reports from societies where He calls attention to the general Investigation payments without interest, in Eureka home or investment. Nelson Realty] purchase in Liberty Park.H. MOO FLORIDA iHOWKH
heard and plans for future improvements addition. Nelson Realty Co., over I Co.; over Citizens bank, Kl immee" 1 Florida Avnu. Tamp, FU.
of the express business Citizens State Bank.
discussed. It was decided .to 44-tf Fla. 4s-tf I M, BREAKER & CO.
1 9 meet next year m San ford, if a society recently by the Interstate commerce - _. _ .
commission --- - -- n --- ___ ____ __ .. -__ h
and that It will ------ - --- - "
1 says on -- __
i ,iran be organized to welcome us into its --- - h __ $
:. open up( an Interesting dark chamber
fellowship.New officers are: President -
In the modern business
t y Rev. S. S. Snyder, Kissimmee; The express -
companies have filed scheduleof
vice-president, Percy Dale, Winter
lower rates to take effect
Park; secretary J. H. Cellar, St. Cloud; Aug. 1. .
Mr. Murdock remarks that this
,1 ''trea urer, Miss Lillian Harris, Kieaim1 i
; mee; Junior superintendent, Mills May that they already are running to cover.

tv. :-.Denning;' Winter Park; Citizenship superintendent. "For many years" says an editorial ROSS GRAVES r
writer In the
PHtsburg Press, "the
; i Rev. J.E.. Ennis, St.
:Cloud parcels delivery at the' hands of the
s vi ; Quiet Hour superintendent, Mr.
+f t a '.' R. H. Muirhead, Sanfo 'd,'and for Tenth express companies has been a means .

r Legion. Mis Laura Lewter, Orlando. of systematized plundering. It is estimated Bicycles Wagons

GRACE A. TOWNSEND. that they collect :yearly not less '

\ than $50,000.000> over and above a fair 'j/
t 'G L a!l remuneration for the service rendered. HEADQUARTERS v .

THE PICTURE The postal department has ready to

,:.1; hand In the free rural delivery system MotorFishing FORSPORTING Farming. ":
To the Child Ennobling as Well the Instrumentality for taking over the .

T'' .; express business. Supplies GOODS Implements
as fqttrtaining.i .
There is evident on every hand a -i
r Nothing can be more precious or sac. disposition to do something toward \ ,
; red than the mind and heart of a child.:4ll' giving; the public a more equitable ex- N

I. Often the child's fate in later life depends -''press service. In some of the European

on ''early impressions. Mankind countries eleven pound packagesare Ammunition, Guns, Rifles Field and / '

t ,f :: cannot be corrupted except in the child. carried by post at eight cent rates. -/1'

; < li Never before in the history of mankind This is said to be highly remunerative and Rifle Equipments, Hunting GardenFence

at ; have the claims and rights of childhood to the government. Tackle ) ; I

k been recognizee more keenly, more It I In believed by some person of authority Coats, Leggins and Puttees 'JrJ

i, ; widely and more practically than today. who have studied the problem -

1 t'''" Every' true friend of humanity must I that the extension of the parcels post Camping Outfits and Athletic

a thrill at the thought that his day, in a to cover packages up to a certain .i 1

rl:.' ';.,greater degree I than any before it,, holds weight and size at a rate found profitable Sewing Supplies _
;'1 "'I'.out'a helping band, to the child. I in other countries will so enlarge Painis

\'t ".' ,: The .moving picture_ owes a grave the poetal'revenue as to give a* a one ,
_ i,4 \ 'i ;duty to the child. It has more power cent letter ra te. Machines f:

1 (, and Influence over the ohformed mind It .is not conducive to good humor to .. and Oils : ,

7 t, 1"''g, P. '>,than ,any j. ber .agency, that of the. consider the fact that the express com- .. - 'ft'
.i. 'J' ,.motber.alone excepted. panics by their xorDltan.t-r-dtea and | ROSS t '
.,' .r":: /It would be .a progressive.and civilitr'ingstep thepowertttHobtyr, they bate maintained I uRATES

,i' ',, 'to 'have the motion picture at Washington in order to retain .
,i .-t;.., vfcegliJ-iu'wortf-OB child mind as.soon .their monopoly of the business' .

J: 4-: x '\as \he latter-to';.apabla of;. absorbingJ.j have kept all of WI.a7tn. .?*' doable ',

A .iiutA staining impressions of the things letter postage. 'But that Is only'one of . ;!.

!r-l; !Which; it see*.' ,thee n grievances which the American '
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v : i.r' ';Jij< 'Other.,1.wprds, ,'there. . finer and- public,lias_aginstjthe, e express trust .
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FOR' SALE OR TRADE Goings of,that Lively Place. Bun'an .Stephens, pastor"*'

Your correspondent has been...somewhat Sunday-,
" ; on the order, of 4 a delinquent Bible School 9.45 'a.' m.
.. Preaching a.:m. and 7.15p.|
A' communicating with valuable jo\tf- m.
" ... ,.. '", ,.,' "... ., ,nal. but being,,,'at present located with BY,/B, V. p:45pfm. ,1.

I :... *$25,000.00worth; the Capital Stock .-- :- a..surrounding,that., create*inspiration. Commiom2dSunday.Mondaqafter : y
M will endeayor' to ,,give you tend 'you ( $rd Sunday)., '
of the' Citrus'Sou' ,,Railway' Corns' , reader..the,benefit of said Inspiration., Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 8'p.'

.w : =;; I After,.having, been,journeying f over Vedoesday--,(after 1st Sunday)., r :
"pan Cheap I : several portions f'our glorious state ;Wom MI at1; i n..Social.. 8 to .'
; and viewing the varied advantages that 'hursday- '
: J45I. BROPHY, citizens' enjoy, we have returned to Prayer meeting 700 p.,nu. '

,Orlando, Fla. Kissimmee and at present the guest of Visitors always we omo.: i '
one of the best"known residents. Os- -
; ;
: eola county vie.: I. M. Lanler and at PRESBYTERIAN.
; ill,spacious mansion/surrounded by al- S:'S."Snyderrpastof7; '" : t -

most indescribable advantages Rex Js A Sunday School 9.45 a,' m.-A. : :
quietly rest ng- Jelson'superintendent. ; .

. '. 'Mr. Lanier is not pushing- proprtywrtheTnarketrnorcaiirthla Church Service 11 a., m. and: :7.00 '
be eon. Christian Endeavor-prim" -
idered as an advertisement to notify Prayer and Bible stOdy ;?
the public that the property ia for sale p. m. r
GRAPEFRUITORA : for the owner is confident and the Visitors most" cordially Invited to :

present progressive movement indi- .ervices. r

OR GRO\TE ates, that in a few years Its present '-..--:
.$ E el price will be so advanced that it woufd ,'-. ' METHODIST.Wm. .

l be an'advantage to hold it. The houses ., H. )Funk( Ph. D., pastor. $
120x40 feet and will bear a good comparison 'Sunday'School 9i45: a. m.-Prof. ; 5

IF YOU are going tcfiplant a Grapefruit Orove to some of the best constructed M. Evans superintendent. :: : :: :: :: :: : :
or an Orange OJpve, buy your Trees from dwellings in the state. The place on Preaching services 11 a. m., and :
the Old Reliab Ocklawaha Nurseries./- which this ;dwelling is erected consists p. m. "

QUALITY COUNTS -Everything you get fromus of about 1500 acres having for ,its Boys League 1.30 p.m. 'I '
is first-class. Our avorable soil and location northern boundary the most picturesqueview Junior League 2 p. m. '
make it possible for u /to produce stock that has of Lake Tohopekaliga than any Senior League Wed. 7:30 p. m.
no superior. Our CQ INER SEEDLESS Early other location oan boast of. Woodlandof Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30 p. :' ,
A- Orange is far superior to the Parson Brown. different species' are encircled withinIts Holy communion ever let Sunday.You w'
CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT Is the best spacious border and it is also one of are cordially invited to each '
budded variety now produced anywhere. We have the the finest farming sections in tee state. these services. .
largest stock of two-year Grapefruit buds in Florida
The orange groves are extensive, and
Write for Catalogue, full of good ideas and practical
suggestions. See our Agent the superior:.quality of the fruit is recognized '.' -li
J. E. MATTOCKS KISSIMMEJE FLORIDA by all whose opportunities enable CHRISTIAN.
them test its delicious flavor. at 11 and 7:45:
.. - to Preaching a. m. p.
Allowing this place its true commercial Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C. E.
rating it can safely be. denominated as superintendent; J. H. Harris
O A one of the most valuahle pieces of prop- superintendent.
erty in the state of Florida. Christian Endeavor every
Rex is certainly enchanted with his evening at 4.30 p. m.
present location, and what was originally Prayer meeting and choir practice
intend'edIU a simple" stay over ery Thursday at 7.30'p.. m. '

night has already extended to several -

days and 'the end is not yet. '
Osceola Lumbe'rCompany People may go to the hot springs to EPISCOPAL.Kev.
Jr David D. Kidd, rector.
recuperate if they wish' to, and your
Services second and fourth.
correspondent has had some experienceat every
such resorts, but here you can enjoy day at 11KX) a. m. }
-- the advantages of flowing wells there Communion 2nd Sunday at

being a;number on the plate some sulphur services. .
only slightly tinctured, one heavIly Guild meeting every first Tuesday.
t impregnated, and a pure free stone '
Lumber flow. Rex visits them frequently, and New Hotel for Sale or Lease.

"ough.and Dressed the effects are certainly beneficial and New Hotel, located in one of the
we fully recognize the absu'of est growing towns in the state.
going abroad when water for both thing hotel is 'only 75 feet distant from
WINDOWS, DOORS and drinking purposes be ha .at depot, located in new brick block
tains 26 rooms above, with r>
r' home. The finest kind of muck laud. and dining room on the ground
ipterspersed\ with fine cultivatable up- Furniture and fixtures are all new
land, render it one of the finest vegetable up-to-date. Can be leased for a I t
of five with privilege of ,
NOVELTY WORKS and grain countries that can be years
years additional. Splendid .1'a
found anywhere. My observation is for a first class hotel man to .1't i
thatlhe quality of muck land IncludedIn business that will pay from the
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL this plantation is equal to that, on opening. A large number of
men visit this place Avery/ day in
which other localities from
in one year and the town is filled with
,.\. .. .Jfo Free Delivery to All Parts of City .Jfo .Jfo thousand to fifteen hundred dollars have ists during the winter months.
been realized on'a'sing/e! acr.. A system particulars to interested persons. 1
.. of irrigation made easy by thesflowing on us early if you are interested ( : !
I proposition of'.this; kind and.we
ir .,, wells which can be produced in show you the property. Y
. any part of.' the place puts the dry H.,'M. BREAKER & Co.. .J : l
I." 'J, weather th dry entirely out of the question 34-tf Kissiromee, ?
and the temperature being modified :
SEEDS and POULTRY SUPPLIESWe by a continuous breeze from the Big Bargain for Quick Sale.

for lake front makes it one of the most Five-room house three rooms
can supply you immediate'shipmentBEANS desirable locations in the '\vicinity oKiseimmee. tered two celled two fire-places,
: PEAS OAS RAE The host and hostess are porches located three blocks
Moat complete line of Poultry Supplies Garden unbounded in their hospitality towards court house lot 75x147) feet
and Field Seeds in FloridaWRIT bearing orange trees flowers
all whom they entertain. Miss L.u'sliterary
FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE shrubbery; poultry house, !
works are a pleasure to peruse and good well of water; north and .
Tilt llint' II" 201 E. .,E"". from of the most able front splendid neighborhood. ';' I Ia ,
.....11I IIIISIIII. E A. MARTIN & COMPANY JACISO"I FI.A. and are in the at some u. Her ladyship is the authors fine; proposition and can be had "
$1200 cash. H. M. BREAKER &:
,, tIrr soul of the household and her general Kr

supervision over all things connected 'A Nice Gift Package.
with the good and welfare of her spouse
: and his guests is perfect. Miss Lou i Is My "Express Box" of mixed
universally loved by those who are fortunate fruits packed especially for the,
trade and for those wishing to "
5 enough to be welcomed at the ber friends at a distance
Fall Fertilizing Lanier mansion, and her familiaritywith anges, grapefruit tangerines and ,
events, both political and oth.r- quats; i is, the best Rift packacelet
.5 wise renders her one from whom a fered. Price $1.00
Kisslmmee. Mail orders solicited. .
great deal of information can be ob R. Overstreet, Kissimmee Fla. \
Citrus Growers tained-a firm adherent of political and

social reform, she steadfastly .unporta Notice. 'r
The reasons-for Fall Fertilizing are ably presented in our those politicians whom she believes are
new free book entitled working with that end In view. Want a position as clerk in a
;' Miss Ada McGowan, of th Ae Store; have had three years'
" ,Citrus Growers, Look Ahead one < angels ence; am now clerking and also
of mercy who in obedience to the sistant postmaster at this place.
I Send for a copy. Now ia the time to lay the foundation for divine injunction has selected a profession furnish any reference wanted. 1 I s
next year's Crop.Ideal that'calls her to the side of the to spend the winter in Florida ;
dress, W. 1. WatUrson, t
sick and distressed
Fertilizers Jt at present aguest Virginia -
of Miss Lou, aMI the close intimacy ;
that exists: between these two, Notice.!
'ft Right Source Right Proportions and the affectionate interest that her
Notice is hereby given that the
Prices RlRbt Results
, ladyship displays towards Miss Ada Tax Books will be open ate I
i Call on our local representative stamps that ;young lady as one worthyof Bank on Nov. 1, 1911. Tax
::.. confidence and esteem. Mr. Lanier' take notice and be governed :
. t" Waters A Carson Grocery Co., Earl is also an occupant of the Lanier ly. R, A. SNYDER

:'""V or address domicile. Miss Mary Lanier if last 44-4t City Tax

. ., Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.Ja 'r the mentioned household., is certainly This esteemed not the least young i in Subdivisions Wanted.We ; '5-I

want subdivisions suitable
lady .U of her
4 : one ladyship's companion town Iota anywhere in the
Y and an honored guest and, like all States. What have you got T :
others who came under the mape" BLANCHARD FRANTZ REALTY Co. ,
influence of. her ladyship's circle, Is of 89tf Huntington W. ;
great assistance to her in household
, J. W. THOMPSON affairs. fttnd Maps.
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Ring off I All
enne'. 'bF. B U'I Ien I rightgnod.bge.RE=. Gazette Upon receipt office pocket,of 26!cent map*at of the : kclf

FUNERAL DIRECTOR will b*.snailed. to any address in :
$ KissllllmeeDInry.. United State*. We'can also \\
and. The Kisalmme* ttJbrarydfferii to Its map Of Oaosola county at 11 each j
: BARBER SHOP I subscribers a Hat.of over four hundred will be klad: to estimate on sectional I
J.ICENSED'EKBALMEB, books by the beat authors;any or'all of of any kind.' ,
which hare the U(
your prlvilegaof reading :
w Drinks' for only $2 which *ecarea sing) Don't forget that the price of a
; Opposite Courthouse 'Cold & Cigars .' membership; or Trench- a family mem- ad in the Valley Gazette is the
I bership. Capt. the librarian, est investment :you ever made. ,: :
JCmm.ftV'' FJaII"LoUD4 '. will issue yon a membership th abov amount. ,Library in,State Old newspapers for sale at this \
t': tEBIMMIRE .. Bank '.' "
.building. g-tf at 20 cents per 100. ;'
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STATE 'SCHOOL FUND Communicated. '
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fr' .b Apportioned By- the State-Super, r Tampa,:Fla.,.Oct.,-21, '1911 :? FLORIDA SALE
(. / . To the Editor:
; inte dent of Public"Instruction.
,, .For weeks and months the press of "
1.t' 'I *' Tallahassee, Fla:, Nov.. 9.-W., ft.Ilolloway 1 the state of Florida has devoted many 4"H" '

: t, State (Superintendent ,of columns condemning the, fake land
r Public Instruction, makes the follow propositions, and oy so doing have rendered '
t.;. Ing semi-annual appointment. of the the state a (Treat service. There The BigSal: 'of Florida Land is Now Going on ,

one mill tax fund.; The a mount'for Is yet the first voice to be raised, or the '

apportionment 1 II$104,462.82The; '.rate first, newspaper comment. be. ,published ,1 .
i J. .per pupil U one dollar : prophesying that this method of With Great Rapidity ;

County. Av. At. Amt. ridding the state of the land shark will ,
'Alachua..... . . . 5/335' 5.335 do the state.injury. On the contraryit .._ _ _. ... . .. ._* 1 .. . aaasas.sMlli-" "'***"*'**

,, Baker . , . . . .. 798' 798 is the opinion of alt that the' state ;:

' 'Bradford . . . . 1,969 -- 1,969 will profit by the expo ure. If you want large acreage, you want to see us. We have, it by the millions., >...,:.,

t _Brevard '" . . 719' 719 I have done my duty In upholding the __ ," ,.

i t r Calhoun . . . : I 1,124 '1,124 the honor of the state, aa-alLgood citi- I '. :
F, Citrus . . ; 770 770 liens should do. -/" -'- ryi,

I' Clay . . . .t.. 833 833 Now, there comes on another questtorrwhere COUNTER
"' --' "
'Columbia . . 2,878 2,878'I honor I Is at stake;amt where 'A
'I Dade , . . 1,503 1,503 the state's greatest industry is vitally :
J Ii:. 15,000 acres in DeSoto County, southwest of Arcadia. .
DeSoto , . , . 2,327 2,327 concerned. ? '.. \'
Duval l " . ,', 6,993 6,993 No sooner is the shipment of green 6.250-acres near the-city of Lakeland, in a solid }body, on Price.$ O'Der acre. ,, _'_ '-I- _ __
q -Escambla , . 4,616 4,616 fruit condemnd by the Florida' Citrus the railroad. This is goodheavyricll land," well the' '

,Franklin, , . 596 596 Exchange, and marry of the newspapers, growing of the highest grade of gardening- products. Plowing 10,000 acres in Sumter County, near town of Leesbuca. a :;

', Gadsden , . . .'' 3,318 3,318 than there is raised a cry by a few papers wells can be obtained. Price $10 pec acre. rapidly arowinawinter and summer resort, on railroad, lands ... ..;

Hamilton :, .'. 2,006 2,006 that the citrus Industry is ruined :. .. ..,.,,' I.--- adapted to arowinaof citrus fruits and gardening products. ;:
i Hernando . "' 634 634 and that the Exchange should be held ill Lease on all 2,000 acres 'of this tract. This is an excellent :- : "
solid except
responsible for the wreck.In abresx F. E. C.:Rwy., practically a body, .. .
f'Holmes Hillsborough 8,258 1,507 8.258 1,507 the matter of the land shark exposures free of, leases. About 30, to 40 per cent of this" tract 1& virgin bargain. Price $LT5 per acre. I.
,I; timber, the balance good 'muck and prairie lands. Price9.00 ..
Jackson 5,280 5,280'.Jefferson they were allowed some two years'oper.tion
par acre: :* ": t 8.000 in Saint John.;County. practically solid body, r: ,
made acres
c " 2,796 2,796 before the attack was .. . . "
, r LaFayette, . . . . 937 937 upon them-and ther were'foreign corporations. .I. -*'* "" ..4. within eight miles east of Hastings, three miles from F. E. C. rq'r u. ;..

Lake . . . . 1,137 1,137 -50.00O, acres, in 1jamiltog'County, fairly} wiUtoa-ether, *Rwy., bordering inland waterway; 7,500 acres now free of

I 'Lee.( . .?..,. . 810 810 Yet the Florida Citrus Exchange, a 28,000 acres tree. of leaves", 'rjow- 15,000 acres to be delivered .... ,..leases, balance 3,000 acres annually bea' nnnaJan.. 1st 1912,: ;, '.\

Uf Leon . 4,127 4,127 Florida institution, with thousands of Man.:, : lst:1912. These &re 'good( lands. well adapted to general until, all,_is .delivered, Price $6.0P per acre. ... : $; \

Levy . . . 1,485 1,485 intelligent Florida, growers as its mem agricultural purposes suite as cotton, corgi, cane and potatoes. '
Liberty . . . :. . . 665 665 bers is condemned before its efforts The tratt) as whole at $4.75,ber1 acre ;bf will sell iii tracts of 9876 acres in Levy County,.' t

Madison . , 3,081 3,081 have progressed further than stopping fe m 5' ?O'up at $5.OOper: acre. .: ._ I over pine lands, with productive! loam ,

\ a'' ; Manatee.. . . 1,497 1,497 the shipment of green fruit. .. / '., the Southern'staple crops sudh a>$) sea : '
..' Marion 4,198 4.198 Then again, a daily paper has said 107,000 acres in Lea County,'-'remote from-transportation, 1. etc., and in addition are suite for fruit

"Monroe , 1,018 1,018 that the consumer will look upon all some good cypress, muck' and prairie lands. Price $5.0Q per farming. There are numerous good

Nassau ""1,398 1,398 Florida fruit as unfit for consumption.If . acre in fee simple.. . -, ; '* .. wherever trucking has been at S t
Orange . 2.888 2,888 that is truethenthe land shark ,..> very successful. This tracthrof.c' e : : "

r Osceola . !9J 998/ exposure will cause the homeseeker to 2t',' 'acres of virgin..pine timbered lands In Polk! County! ,. subdivision purposes and those, : \ !1Ji
Palm Beach 858 858 look upon .a,,1 1 Florida land as poor as in a solid:body' near railroad, estimated to cut 45. million feet Of '. this kind should investigate immediately. :''i{
Pasco 1,128 1,128 'that sold by the shark. pine 65 crops of turpentine boxes and ''IS milliorv jeet of cy-, i :

Polk . . \.. 3,912 3,912 I could take every statement made by press. Price $8.00 peraate in fee supple. 'I' ', 1 I 21,000 In Duval t 'and Nassau ;, ;

Putnam . , 1.818 1.818 the advocates of green fruit shipments, v. '. 1 I den lands situated acres near the .

I St. Johns 1,374 1,374 and cieate a parallel statement which 21,000 acre$ in Wak.ulla County practically solid'body ; on.theaijfoad i The soil is a productive loam dark in \

t St. Lucie 917 917 would. bear upon the land shark exposures ) 25 mile, south of Quincy the ,famous tobacco town. .I' profitable crop. of all the:winter &, ,.,

.'' Santa Rosa 2,323 2,323 6.840 acres free of timber;'"3,000' acres more to be delivered tuce cabbage, cauliflower.'beans: etc. !
So tf the of the land sharkis
? SumterSuwannee' 1.167 1,167 exposure each year, beaInninaJan.. 1st 1912 _until-entire thief' is deliv I being built from Jacksonville through .
a good thing why the
2.853 2,853 m not expo ered. This tract is adapted to general agricultural purposes. I of this tract to Jacksonville assures a
i sure of the green fruit an<1 even' more
Taylor WK) 800 application'T
Price $3.75 per acre of produce. 10,500 acres free from
i Volusia 2.49H 2,498 so Respectfully: .
1912, and the balance ,released in two
Wakulla 872 872
? ': Walton d. . 2,134 2,134 v Secretary Board of Trade. 65,OOO acres all virgin'will cut 150 million feat"'pine and I and two years from that date.__ Price $ :

V 8 million feet of Good soil, adapted to citrus fruits and -
\ Washington . 2,891 2,891 ----- -- --- -- cypress. .
h' -- Who Govern England T trucking. Price $6.50 per acre } -3 cash balance one and two 6345 acres in Osceola county,
Total . .$104.039 Who governs England? Colonial years. I and in the vicinity of KISSIM M Ee:. ,.:
1' {! Amount for apportionment, $104- opinion dominates In politics!, American Kissimmee is the county seat of :

'7 ,,462.82. i millionaires are all powerful In the I population of 4000. and is one of the
Amount apportioned 104039. } country, :American women lead "eo- 2.200 acres cypress and phosphate will cut 10 million feet Florida. Is located on beautiful Lake \ :
ciety," American Journalists, guide the ot cypress also vast quantities of hard wood entire tract_under-
:; Balance in fund not apportioned, main line of the Atlantic CoastLine
4" $423.82. public, French dressmakers set the laid with phosphate. A great bargain at $20OOO the Florida Midland Railway and ,the

fashions, foreign painters and muef- -- Ry. Climate most equable winter and

... clans direct our taste American prices 22.000 Saint Johns parctically solid the Purest
T ,' ROSALIE market. acres in County, a by any place on globe. and
rule the financial French chefs body 12 miles southeast of Hastings the famous potato section tained in this section! in unlimited
dictate what we shall eat and American -
j a'rt' on the F. E C. Rwv., also on the inland waterway; 8,800 Healthiest town in the United States.
:(' Happenings in the Little Town oh the treasures collectors It Ox appears the value that of between1 our ; acres free of leases balance delivered in, tracts of 4,400 acres to the 1,000. Is in the center of the

i I ,. Banks of Kissimmee River. them they have very effectually taken annually beginning Oct. 9th. 1911. until ll'is delivered. Price : ida and home of the orange -
: John Bull by the home-LondonTrnth. $6.00 per acreWaists. 'i fruits of all kinds. Price and terms on :
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cobb were in this t city a few days ago, tending to some Women In ...p.... v .
,business. Until Chinese Ideas came to be ascendant *ehave orange groves, truck lands, city property-anything from a $100 lot to a 107,000 acre tract. Tell us your require- {

Mr. E. J. Wood and his son-in-law the Japanese never thought ments and we will fill the n at prices that are attractive.'I"'
of keeping women in "
subjection, saya ,
fish house of their
are putting up a
the Oriental Review.. Feminine chieftains
? pwn." .They are going to haul fish from are frequently mentioned In the :"

Rosalie, to Kiasimmee. old histories, and there have '

,,/' Mr. Cobb has.been doing well fishing.,. J.p.n8tJe.empre, been famous H.' \ M. ," ,B' RE A K E" R : & COMPANY. :

/ Capt. Tink Cobb was visiting in Rosalie. ; 1 .. .. I ,
.', The Captain came hereIn the 'j' '.
Over Osceola
'launch,Ruby; one of the fastest boats > .
an the river. NEW BOAT"KISSIMMEE" I

:" : Lewis K. O'Neal has been staying at ___ __ ,,
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home for the.past few days. ; I. ..

.1, --- -will I leave
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':;. 1' I D on't W ait h. ISSIMM& PARK I I II Going toBuild? t'.

'- Daily, except Sunday. 11 a. m. Skirts "
j < Take Advantage of a Kisiimmee Citizen' and 5pm. Sundays 9:JO a. m. _
l and 3pm, } ,
a+ Experience Before Leave Klasimmee daily except ,
It'. Too Late. Sunday, 9:3Oa. rn. and 3:15: p.m. r In new styles Just received ateolJ .+
Sundays 8. a m. and 2 p. m.
.1; 2L Bass, contractor and builder! Clyde I
:avenue.and Hughey street, Kisaimmee.Fla Arranireinent for IfoonlUrht Excursion can I II.I."
m be mad *t any tlm*on short"'o .
M ., Nye; "1 do not hesitate to rec- Beautiful flan waists with Some trimmed with fancy r:
'' oramejriI ioan'Sidney Pills, for they 28 Rouai Trip to embroidered ever to bust line, I braid and buttons, others with t ",.."
ell KISSIMMEq PARK -ify: and embrofderjkbelow to waist bands of silk of cord embroidery. '
i lidm_ j more, good than other remedy I J. M DAVIS. Captain Phone 182 line, clusters oTVtllcks each ,. I Ill FIIiFlh'
e ,t ,.ter used., My back was so lame that side of front. A very choice .t..
? I ,I could hardly\ get around and it 'was design. Most of the models show plaited ( ll .M- ....

'; ipipbesihle. for me ,to stoop or lift. I insets. >_ /

a ,bad pains rh my loins and was bothered Laundered waists with scalloped The materials ark Voile and r ,

t : d, '"by a too frequent desire to pass the kid- plait collar, and cuff Panama in brown, blue, and : I, .
ney secretions. Doan's Kidney Pill, PARK also plain collar and cuffs with black i 'lliL11I! ; ,
r THE I white embroidery on front.
3 which 1 procured at the Kiss mmee (
of sizes and the
'. ,: Drug'Co., soon removed my trouble and The basted variety hems insure easy fit- The U. S.. Government ha bought Neponset t i .

'I':DOW have no cause for complaint" -.'- I Other with colored waists embroidery in white Veiling, soft ting, and all alterations are Paroid Roofing every year since 1898-often ;.
} (Statement given May 21, 1908. made free of charge.
I -I3 C'I'E IA. Batiste, black silk in tailored a million square feet at a time-for use at
, RE-EN DORSEM ENT.: effects, and tucked C1'ParnMelsaHre. Prices range from $4.60 to home, Alaska, Panama and the Philippinesthe
p ,Mr.. Baas was interviewed on Feb. 21, '
$10 60. coldest as well a* the hottest climates.
{'1911. and he said: "I will willingly ..ROSE, Proprietor
[,confirm my former endorsement of Call and examine these. Other styles from 92.60 up. Do you need stronger wearing qualities, economy, 'j1

? ; #Doan's Kidney Pills and allow Its contipuedjpublicatlon. and the satisfaction that! JEPONSET Paroid R>fing affords: ?
:\ ? This remedy has cer- I One Block() West Do you want proof neater home? We will (give it to yow.

;..... i-'tainly' proven of the greatest benefit to of Depot We will tell, you where you can Bee a NEPONSET Paroid Roof '
'I'' '', J.. me."" Mrs. E. L. Pearce 'I See how it looks learn Low long it hqs-lil-cn oh, and hear what .t' . .

"r \ : .For sale by all dealers., Price 50 cts.FoaterMilburn the owner has to say about it.NEPONSET. ,
RATES $1.00 A DAY, OR $6.00A
$ s Co., Buffalo, N. Y? sole
4 f I agents for,the United States. WEEK FOR ROOM I PAROID Roofing j'is

::4' ., Remember th* name-i-Qoan'a rAND BOARD
i. .
.' ,', take no other. I old on proof sot promises.PAROID "I
fo '{'" t . .r..E'f. Rooflai /Inr the NEeo.IE1 PROSLATE! Reef... (for r:
j I rood Ibd .ld... ot barns, lIabl"1 poultrrbulldlorm roof and udet ol retldoocal and all building '
1 Notice. Slate la color. tau Ilinnhinilo calling for art and .idlbs' 0:.
r .. Reiiilt fir.. 1 wears ?
Looks like
"s> /i ''Notice'ot Petition to Be Made a Free S. S. BUZZ.SON' For brooder houtc ihcd mid UmporTT acTWATEXPROOF hk..hiogll. tUte
> iti;: ', f, eoncernthat.Mrs.' N. Roaero.of KU- J uparior m ertrrr tmmd lull. It .Iee. in wall o( reidencet. etc. KMMOIIIdampae : J'
., j .., cold cud draufht. \
Cement and Concrete> has bao the taadud low-cast roofing lortwcotj Cats fuel
Honarlbl. .fly. I..... bills _tblyd. 3
: Judicial / and for Oscola -. .. ... ...... .
;, Seventh Circuit. n ; : P.W. BAD* SON e t W. t
.If; -1= County,State of, Florida, on the I Work' >of'aU --Kinds .
i.:.:" Ut da/ !of December, A. D. 1911, atDeLandS :
or wherever .he'm.y Real EstateKISSIMMEEv SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY' i r-SOLD BY- ;
,Jt '}1 )ter.for s>'l,ccnae to manage,take charge I, i:7J)'t
-aft and'control her property, and to be- Residence Phone 58 Mabbett Street ". W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY :
.,;, W I .,J I xord a free,dealer, : In _vry respect.sf \ 132 near Dillingham Ave : 1t158..118.. -M.ORIDA / :\.
Office Phone '
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towas the,trail sues lost.

1 ." ;I 1 A SINGULAR If there, was,"anything wanting In I .,:, ,I-
::: --t .. the matter ofcircumstantial proof' that .
11; r 1' I.a.z.tte.8etebttsL.4e9elw Perkins had been murdered It was D11njfl'
ur i Tailor: ? supplied by the fact that, his hundred : g" Tablets

,_ ------4, CASEs sovereign* remained wlh the landlord __.....
lie neltber"called for'it nor did "
AT ... one .present an order for It. And
..Af : ". ." .:. Of Supposed- Murder. and" Jtt Consequences : tiny yet'there were persons who''believed ChgJtfs "' :

.-' V.. that if be bad been murdered his family : :

: > 5t ._., ...n. .__ ._ .: would make "the fait known that \, ... ,
: 'bound GRANT be-waa missing.. No; person" In"the '
warm. there's :' By ORVILLB : *
; country roundabout nor Indeed In
k r >t be prepared font? e { .'-t, -' ,e. Ireland was reported missing, but ;" ,'Srdeboard's-H

''' .Held a ,-Very, Interesting. 'andsiructiveiMeeOnj In resentatlve of the Ed,- l'.Copyright Itp AmerfeanoUUop. Pre. As_. .;'1 j 1. 'communication-; those ''daya bat ; '

; on., Monday ' jailors. of Chicago. Every : ". WU.a 1: very slow, and news traveled neither ." ,
$ '. men buy,their clothes of e **********************. fast nor far $lne* no further knowledge . "

t ',Night on is that fit,, style and One evening in tb*'early part of tbe was gained as to the Identity of \ '-. .,

j --.r --r action last century,a man alighted from.tb* ber.Brongb or Perkins, after awhile '
'L'' : : ? Interest In *b*;'case died down, and tt Dlnfng\ Table, round, in polished, oak, center TJi
e our line
'While there 'Were not, as 'an..mem | large of sam- filly-;mail coach befori'tb& "Bya was at lasTtoraxXten. pedestal, extra leaves. Heavy and "- ?

ber8 present on'Monday nightwhe, 1 latest cuts of correct ,.Arm*,,lnLCTndonderry. Ireland.. 'Tb* &bb '& -' time tale cartons ease .t ntlaJ. sub$1
President' Nelson I called the meeting o your measure and .your_, _ porter conk Aown1ja'lafg"trunVomlUter ; wu'3e'Zalk 1 I+adeM .... __... .:o. ..__ __ _..__. ---,_ ...:.-- .. - -- ,1;..,. -i
1. toorderiareaea ,,'ironbounld>*o Buck jar was '
the Board drry, releall a g twlodtl"its
-"Yi booster/ to wait we will have fibs'tsv tb1M D1ahtC'T'bJe, sxtnare.'fiv' legs polished oak ..
ally on hand when, this body of a freQMDtly used ers in 'extra.leav... A Tfliit l t' "
bold their regular semi-monthly trarmenta.fions slays. and earrfcd tit Into th* ,Kasai asUfsactory.table.' j -
era wan attaajba la tb etbs abort a?N- vfl slaei Price f
still there was no.-,lack of enthu .r ,rs. II ""

to'i slasm: displayed in the,'speeches mad .,j.. bad tink..dtetgkt 01 .

j' or the amount of business done. bate It Dining' Table, MMTC, oak, extra leave. Price. 58:00: { pr.Y .
r t
t. >
tt R wbkb tvtMnltir .
were .
. f. ;. The condition in'which the. llimber'f R '::11

I < (cave the streets after laying! pipe Chain intoany $
olss.tyxw a the kstteap 1MaeM k states. Its styles-aaApricea. 'I ,

fit' .\Fame up, for discussion, and hardly gClow; 1a tk N was / } ,'I.'... w .. 11'wr 1,
Inan present but. what had some thin Y B. j ttsr oat wee era ,!;: )p,"
Fie Oak Chair
all wood ,, )
..: (o say on the question,and many a 1 4' dwaDs eccellent.tfesjffn.ii ..' $226'r(
; .pressed themselves in a vehement! m t 4 rv bt, plagMag Lt- e

nfer, saying hit they could seen. ? seiIn r iir 4 s _B fie' trig. lapis Oalf Chair with padded leather seat $2.25 J '

street'or laymg'a sidewaIf .
paving a
P J"OU i

plumbers'' were permitted them to d Y.twisargvtr0C tirstt'1bs asst) asr'.Mse..4bta'r Clair with ataaiped- leathet Mat,,. 4 4b
trenches through and not put .
trtlr '
I ;J f" ; proper condition :again. The questl cal:// savvy fiatd.

.<:was finally disposed of by Instructin d ter 1rr/Nl w w Ckp.e;('seated',Cha ev*-.ral styles. 91. eStdsli

;, tor. J. M. Willson Jr.. chairman| //0'?, jWln btif, C with trektalq ... :. 1 .... , ', I ,

rl: Mlle\ committee on internal improvmenta 4 wbkk..sdnlssp asdl3e": "' jt { { ''I.lffon.e1or f 1
', '.' .. t top lbiilb ; :
call the City Council's atte wr sit ben. et.y ) \
to iv.111dWtit r ... a small shelf III
.'" at tb. woe V! }ek aid ..
matter There-ar.two
lion to the : 'HI small drawers. f
S.: VJiti. .; Been, representing the Jack o'' .i tgl4.atew s* 'WS ( e ., on* f*)-Und for .liver, and a Urge drawer ., ,
t t1l fer table
btgtaai/'trw., linen all
I i' before th R :
.vill .Metropolis, appeared 'r'
\ .. -- eapboard doers.. of L*dsd.'erlnkfplesis
and at ted that the MetropollInfsnded e-r ( in brown and
Beard .. cre n. ,.,3fc .
:. .issuing a "Kls.lmme'e Edji tAB_ +I"ST Qe W MN I/A ea. 't. / , .J,.,

'. 'bpn" at an early date that l lot an e .V_ '" '1 J aa awa. n < ', .

'. tlsti"e'\ write-up of the advantage L .:J .. _. t.. 8iohard &. eak.,too"i8x40 in. High shelf
JfVsl 1'
.,; 'ci 1'I :t- a.r'se tlse *ISIWS a.1' lour the T piittbre-In.' \ shelf on.each. } ,
l this i12s.t
and '
"10.... N possibilities! li :U.l.... aI.t: f; .t V t COt rM aid*. Two small-drawers, one lined with
and Invests '
i. offered the homeseeker .... . kfW. tile i ..obaaa.Iatas'7tr' a' 44 we. f lt-Irg.Ike.'dsir.r- two c pbpaids.b.. *. .. '
"; and asked the co-operation( of theme J r ''fw witil'a tom -a, Tb. ...geed neath. w.- Prie* .14 c '

,rs in making[ the edition a succe. 4 i"" whet }r "

!h. The Board, without dissenting vo| LUltim bas f st: bi49t ted,'iostrr.i .. '.w.4 ilia d6aiC tkI I. who bsoiul of Mir +,r ... .

'.ndoDed the plan of Mr. Beers. fa, and UM variotf f i* astock. tl>od .411. Not osJ f>ttr'th* raptw*-pet**** : ;

there Is no doubt but that much g For tli* very beat eJaIo." .'hie land sade two k reW'Akthoay Bertoa.aOch4i O rr 'O.1bOl1)'W&B';

Will result to our city therefrom. it Inn 4 whU. aBadly to to** ;Jt;: ; '
At this stage of the proceedings IUlUDUD, .-r'" to.4. off l. tk*'oaf. mail *arla Tvtewa7,.reaowed or ate , .

t ,Nelson called Mr. Willson to the ch b the noratn aad wlah my van* Ittrfpted to renal his attentions, her. .
and, taking the floor made a sti. if coin /. *_Itn* of Sporting to to ready "to nfrort' to the coaeK! : T9 t ah would her* nothing to do with w ,
Carry It 4owB and leave It la th*'ball him. Be waa a'pststeteat fallow, eel COMPANY
the Board to at once beg
k .plea for 'hit faction of Florida below,. Mar the front door. tt was difficult for br to get rid ofhim. : '
in the
active advertising campaign The porter pocketed UM tip, 'carried In order 4o help his case b* told .- .;
of circulating[ literature descrlptiv thveuak downstair* and placed her father that h* bad inherited 81000 f-

'" this city and county. Mr.Nelson eta WARE STORE It b ald'tbr-fMht'door. Tbe landlord* from an uncle who bad died la'Amer .. v

;l that he Magatine Wbo was noddiag behind the bar ica. But even this failed, for;'whil* I ti j'lf! '.;t

1 tion cOnSldere4'1' gazette t Wee roused himself and asked what be was the daughter did not love Barton, her .. .
r '. _best *n he e doing. The porter told him that a father bad a very poor opinion of him. 4y ,' :: 1 )
ri a gentleman who waa going early In the Indeed there was a secret understanding

.I, . morning bad ordered him to place the between Nolan and Miss Trelawney -
s trunk where it would be ready. Tbe that neither would marry until be 10-ACRE BARGAIN -

landlord soon after took up a candle should have achieved success or had ,

and went to taW rooms. _ Inherited his portion of his father's es-
tate, Land bordering on town limits few minutes walk, to center
At 6 o'clock In the morning a milk-

w ti j I man, stopping at, tbe ,Royal Arms to Two years passed, during which of built.Klssimmee.All cleared On half bard fenced.road on which For fruit trolley truck line or is being poul--'

4. I.deliver milk saw a man with a reel young Dr. Nolan, whose father would try. Orange grove on adjoining property one aide.'truck N
ruearms. beard emerge from the front door of do nothing for him pecuniarily....made farm on other side. Could he divided in building Iota and

the Inn carrying a .bear/;trunk Under little progress in his profession, and big moneylmade.It sold at once, S1600. Address,. C. H.
the weigut or wmcn DO ataggerea ana marriage with a portionless girl was R.,, Valley Gazette, Office.
ANDORANGEIGROVES pass down the street:; The milkman out of the question.; One day when I

delivered tbe Inn' morning supply of: Miss Trelawney'.,returned from shopping

Efcrt?-- 278 acres of land near St. Cloud, convenient. to school and church.. mOk and drove away, thinking no she found in her room a baf containing -
a main traveJed) roar t, land Practically all level. This is Improve on more*of tbe matter.At the lost doWJ'l7wltb"' the ex- I
worth $26 per acre. Particulars to interested parties. Kansas; 10 o'clock the name morning a ceptltfn of a hundred pounds. In the .'

party Interested in this proposition, who might accept lands in housemaid' reported to tbe landlord'tbat bag was a paper signed by Anthony
Kansas for all except $2250, which can run about one year. the gentleman In 26 bad not left Barton. It was a confession ard read

We' also have 10 across tie road from this, about one-third bIll room; that she bad; listened at tbe a. follows: ,

i of which is aEre'! bearing orange and grapefruit grove and some nor without hearing any sound. and "When you receive this I shall be /

3-roomed tangerine stable, sheds, good place for gram two wells, she believed the room was vacant. Tbe where no one will nod me. They say
house just across the road, belongs with this property. landlord went to tbe room with her, love Is ennobling. It has made V
All the laud in cultivation me the
e. and splendid land, too. Price $1500, 'knocked and. w
on favorable terms of payment. receiving no reply kicked most despicable of men. I am going R
NUMBER 103. acres open tbe door. to confess what 1 have done I have '
Li nmmeeleee-Ninety of land located four miles from Kist I The room waa found vacant and In made two mysteries. I will 1
than one mile from railroad explain 1r
""" station, school andy -confusion It communicated with No.
church.: Most of this is excellent land them txHb, but I have bad a confed
grove country. Balance fine for orange in good orange 25, that bad been! taken by Mr. Brough erate. J/did not steal your dowry bat ,
f Wr of trucking and growing all kinds and as no one remembered to have I
crops Several employed another to do it for
young orange: trees, one me. ;
large: pear tree, about g 1
one acre of sweet seen that gentleman since the nlgbt I did not ,
'J potatoes, and five or six acres more juet ready wan.t your money but I
to put out to citrus fruits this faiL Good 4-roomed house, fine before the landlord tapped on tbe door wanted to break off your match with __ .J- II i:1i-
t porch, house just newly between the two rooms. Receiving no Nolan rtrkn
painted-just the place to grow a fine hoping that by doing so I could
:;. Ul cash orange STOVe and keeP a bunch of "ock- Price $8.600, one-fourth reply, be opened the door went Into In time persuade you to be my wife. t
balance on any favorable terms to Suit purchaser. .the room and found that the bed bad The .man who stole the dowry took

.. NUMBER: 109.t'orty; acres of land a quarter of a mile from railway not been slept In. Bloodstains were away with him as much more moDe,.. e PI7'
station 100 yards from school and church all found on the togas.Subsequently .
; five acre. of it good land. Twenty- He and the money were sure to be
to goods for citrus fruit land, 19 acres cleared and the porter told bow be missed and be would be bunted. I am
ready to
.. drained, fine plant for trucking.oranges.A About 16 acres of low land well 'bad been paid a large tee by the occupant not going to betray him. Bow be got
..'i two porches. stables, about! one dozen with two lire places.Price of Xo. 25 to carry down bit your dowry bow It Is returned to you
..' ;11600; half cash favorable terma.bearing Eight orange trees. trunk and the landlord rememberedthat must remain a mystery. The' other .
percent de-
I ferred payments. on No. 25 bad no luggage. Tben mystery I will explain,, for you win ;

s.y' SMALL TRUCK. FARM.-W.: hive one and threefourthsacres of came the milkman and told of havingseen I need it to recover a hundred pounds "Pittsburgh rr (1 '
, land near the high school a man In a buff suit carrying a i
building belonging to
in I
right the
up extra fine Wire betftull
land, tine flowing well all sub-irrigated by the Sanford city system trunk out of the Inn early In tbe morning 1 "My: confederate determined to disappear Fencing >. t) oug1 .
i V This I. a fine tract of land will the {
landlord rememberedthat
and be sold at a bargain price on Lastly from the face of the earth. 'Not n. wire ia drawn from cal!
favorabl. a qualitY of
Will p
Intr duce be had hundred of open)
r purchaser to and let a sovereigns
owner them THE
long after
his BEST
departure be hearth
deal direct put up at rnaterial-tough. pliable,,strong long lived
Mr. rerklns In his
money strongbox.
SUBURBAN a hotel in Ireland having with bon a WIRE like old-tim iron
+ FINE HOME.-Twenty-three wire. It is the finest
and half Urn case excited a great deal of attention fencing
a acres of land track in which there was little besides wire '
adjoining the drive possible to manufacture.
city "mlUuClu1 right off the In the coubtry roundabout
marl :
? road onto
change of
this apparel and red
i a beard
tt property. you the freedom of Peculiar clrculistances connected with Heavily gsJvanUed by '.
'- advantages, with high school country yet enjoy Hs left ilOO with the landlord and Galvanizing our own new and perfect:
ing orange trees, some Japanese persimmons and church _Adorned bear- It contributed to' Ore the public curt-' went to his room. Dressing himself aa Perfect The K00?* the wire is.positively moisture.prool!i. ,.
' wth a house oatty. PId Mr7 Broigh go to the bo- another and fact'that I -
?m&firmVa end and on. side 8-roomed servant house; person putting on the
' f cow : ., and yards. Price ",250. tal purposely to murder Mr. Perkins beard be got out of a window dropped' AU Sta1Wires and Line Wires are iElacbirillWatdsAnot
'qt We baVe 10 acres adjoining jEho' was Perkins, ana wno was on a abed and -
[ this land unimproved going to the front door, '
of It
,, and ill cuJtlvatlon. fenced BronghT Did Brougb get a aufflclent only eliminates die. weakening sod ""!.! "
t Piles could' be l laid oat Into entered aa a ....... securing the room
rk toU. If desired city amount to pay him for killing a man next to and communicating with his rno lt\ue.catherine wraps, clamps

; r: NUMBER 99.Four acres of land about two miles from and forever after! being bunted by the ewn. Then be sent his trunk down* :and ties but practically transforms _

4 / roomed bouM,. land all in cultivation. Price $400., Time.on town half 94 ,- police and haunted by his conscience? stain, cut his finger purposely, wiping [the fence into <*M pitc of perforinst ,
If d..lred. _
Tb favorite .ueL
theory was tbat Brough fated
the blood on. the towels and, in the I A
4 NUMBER. '119.-Forty-five acres of land two mJUi from Klsslmmee, knew JLbat Perkins, bad hundred sovereigns morning aa tile newcomer went down lie ITnde'wire __'. a.r.r.4 .,
w*V| all good hllld. ;.16 eerie of fine bearing grove, consisting of oranges. on bis person; ,that b* bad followed andcanSW'th.'tronkway. waste wire to make useless We' J
grapefruit, ., manderines and him to the taken heavier wire is used and aU the '
&* fruit many other varieties of a, roomcommunicating "All this waa don to leave the impression KeWaiteWeirs f. fsncs. ) ;dish
: 8-roome4 house stables, packinghouse with Parkins Stay wires being Of the
.. etc A chean > room that the first guest had been sw d .
proposition at line
I 9000. On favorable wire the
terms. entered .
tbe' 'latter during the bight .
' murdered by' the second and carried ,
: NUMBER acres; 23.large-120 bearing acres of land with two orange murdered Pwrkfrnv packed,> tile bodyW away in tile. tro&k. Ta".deposit h* rPitbburali>i f.rf sect" Fence h tbe Stronfeat+ fiTUiiW,
trees, consisting of oranges, grkpefruitlJnd Perkins*-trnak'sad.carried It '
away .
Bad wa* bat smell portion of his : abt .
I. tangerines; another of eigh\> acres, about evenly divided between; m.''bat fcaornlng. But I Broacb 'was plunder and wasj Intended FARMsadRIiNCHL adapted to fteq p.rpo.LVLRY ..- ;'
orauC', to that
grapefruitend tangerinea other .
; fruits comnT -POULTRY.
,'f into Bearing. Fin young 'pro.i1''obawan..tIIa'. 'Perkins bad h* bad not kftktb'ton f. .
land on a beautiful lake; ant land alive. like ,
; .xce muck " ROD .
: :
A rbonse "deposited tb"mony ,wh"the laad- OVAKANTBXD;
.1 -roome< stables -iuid barn. Price.112,600 $2,600 cash''and ruse, waa,aocceastfoL Bom! IDeDtIaa&fIeto nUUTCCf.W.B. 11. i
.' Ij1,000 ranQUDI. for tea year,with the prf"Ueee; ofpa.Jln 1 "Jor4::aod probably; after'afl l' missedvha b*. put,'practtce: tboee who ,
.it a P*> cont> ..f.rred"J&ym.nt.arhiaII' :-bwa* *fter' ssid-itiA-=luony*t>y btm1tracked him MakinsoilSJ
lily ;- .OWD by a non-resident, and Is a great bargain. :.. Blue* 'N ;.n. knew '"IMN.oKl' to taVIrfcto:Ina aad':learned ..'they I' 'W" .; !.
W., have many other groves, truck farina k.i is
s and Umber tracts for sale i, b.1M1.d."that ba 1aa4 JMen murderedtBsre. Kr..imaie. : .
at bargain prices,.,and. solicit your correspondence. trained detectives:!'!, .Ja,u.o- daysthereWaJjwrthingto TIM landlord however, refused .. ,. Florida ; '
t .
dci.' for in . -
to pay th'money, th* murdered man -
i 'NELSON REA.,:rx COMPANY' formation to''com. of itself.' It was had left, without proper proofs. 1 think: ,. 4-d'
learned hi a few day that .. .
a gentle.aril. yowl can get It by pros eating this confession .. ,
\ .; KlSSfMMEE carrying rfcl* own: ; ,.FLORIDA which u duly executed.
I-tII.eStJ' bad stopped U*''coach going ] Tbe money wu recovered, but before
i northward ana'been taken 'on,:' .Tb* that Dr.-.Nolan and '
Miss Tralawney
I ,. man wore.'a;buff suit and bad a redbeardB.was ,had been married., Astor Barton, a* I Why Don't You Subsciioe?
.. '
'. believed to be Brovgb.
.. ._. f. 'a, f' ., ,WM never again beard from... 1 ;
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t For several, w.ek. we;>av.,been \ /.

I adv.rtlalng'ql1l.tly- ;without Cape Breeze on' :the" .ShoreofLake: : Tohope 1 l. 19' .J .

$' .. . 'tinning amy bluffs, that, ". are '. -.sass..,..,..w M,,. ,,. .v .. a. , "' I I

ti a '.'Improving the. lake front -of our :.i .. Ilrv:' 'I' ::_

.c city., .:,c ." '

C pat ..round .. 4: ? -- \ oing on ",'.'

We we flying coaxJng -, .. .' :
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'k anyone to buy a lot,'; because ...,,:...._.. ., ., ,, . -- ->' . ... .
r J ffiea-v. / : .
know that when our improvement :
we I""" .
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will b.gresarthanth.:
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I There are a Jot .men, lnKUimmee : ,_ ... . .' -

f&, ,1 i ,,, ,,, -pfeiumably wiser than - LJ. ,,; Avt' y :'
that whoswear
r< $ we are- !jr .' :
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tai impracticable. i
I are .. ..
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Meanwhile we are going along uthw'est of Arcadia. ,

doing our work and accomplishing . M ?
make :. /MhW.. .
that can .. -
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one Q ..
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yr than a f4eeIM 6ltr- .
something more : .
our town y .,. .
k J'' settlement.- e D't r .town of Leesburg.
pine-wood K.m 4 o ..' .L."f....
: rt. railroad, lands
on ..
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week Mr .. gardening product.
During thelpresent tract. This is an ex-
+i E. L. Lesley showed his appreciation -
a ., .... ,
of our efforts and his confidence ; '.

in Cape freeze by purchasing ,.- ...... . .. P Ld '

lea 10 50. 61, 64, 65, 68, 70. ..... f t/+ practically; solid body, .

; -a.. ,r% . ,4 .... miles from F E. C. !.bi;,?.

sP} '7'; ; "... ; . .. .. .; / O. f-.., ,:... t.,. a.. ri, r ? O acres now free of //ri'',

Y't In the same.. time Mr. A. G.Hanuitonrhaa '' .o.vJ 5. .: .,;, 4 4 t; . ry inning 'Jan. 1st, 1912) : !

iE '. bought lot No. 21-... . I j.'f. "4 t t* s . reo .'

',t making 17 lots already sold. _= . "'" v'r
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I -- -* a ;. ., 1 ;7 I. I 1 e... These lands are cutS .t

S ,. 'a't r'" e e. M, '' '" > and will grow all of t',
? Our barge is built and ready to je 1 -
"r ' .land cotton, corn, cane, 1
receive the dredge, which Is ex
a' and winter trucks
owing "
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paced any day. c . ; I
J 01 : -- e ,. :w ? to rin thelocalit.v.a:1d.: 1>
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k. .. ; . ,.. ,v I,, the results have been,,
:. t ", "' r' JJ lent size to ha dle.for
'n This dredge will deposit 180 ,, ....:. +n '
-of earth hour, .. ,. . ted in a proposition of
v cubic\ yards/ per to ., . '.' ,. .
n }, and will All tape Breeze to the ,'1 h.. .. I
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desired level in two months orL!! CAP@RE ..... .. .. 17. ... c .
c"trol .oi 01e +"l1 rr n 1
and port : -
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w counties Florida Garg
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a '- --- city of Jacksonville.* Fl Flv
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l .". Mswieeprn..! r.nctpul bvildnn; .... : 72 r/ olor, and will produce \
'S't' ( { We do not -wish to impress you rr kU y r s / es, such as celery, let-
i "i with any suggestion of great gor po le ij. .' r 77 Jf hard shell road is now ,
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wisdom within ourselves, but it \ '
tract. The
; proximity
UCL.AM.Mac tJONOUGH fwirwtit .i K 7 ,
does toue that rr i ,
seem anyone \ dy market for all sorts

: tM; wanting one of these lots would a7 bar reservation Jan 1. .
h OuttM HoMe SITIt.! -+
'take advantage( of.: the present t' loKfroilt h' x squat installments one .

7 4 a and get them at lowest prices. eNi4h. I mprvtm.rwf'e ; . t t a 1r YZ /' 00 per acre

l fo
s os: :
x I' 'gyp H / ng the corporate limits
9 M y :(; h. 7,

+- PR solo county. Has a

st progressive towns inl
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:; S'.m w kc 0 p hppekaliga and on the
i+) M' DONOUGII -rb y ailway and terminus of
r>'erwoy ::
l t r-II O. ) Cloud and Sucar Belt
, __O'VNEHS- ... lore Mexico ) and
mar mrpassed
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FOR SALE-City lot 70x93. two blocks FOR SALET-Two yoke well broken ox- MISCELLANEOUS( S I ALL \.... ._....i styles in':' 4hotograplat

tI from postoffice. Address Box 126 enJ.. W. Miller. 46-tf Wilder's Studio. Call and see Ol

1 Kissimmee. Fla. 36tf WADE, the tuner Orlando. I work. 40 tf
; ClassifiedAdvertisementsNN FOR SALE-Or'will exchange for good

FOR SALE We have some real bargains property or cattle six good brood WANTED-The sweetest thing out for SEE King Quality shoes before buylr.

-T '..- L I. -_ in small residence properties, mares, now with! foal, and one pure your girl; -Fuller Greeme Candy- Cash Store ._ .__ --!-!!.

q J e Advertisements are inserted under this head at the rate of B Cents) i K close wn.' in Downing to the business Realty Co.part of 42tf sne seen bred at stallion the Old foukyears Man Base Joe be Company.fresh from factory.' Kissimmee 33-tf Drug FOUND-An open faced gold watcl

,, per line each insertion I I McAdoo. 462tp'FOR Owner can havesame by calling i

A'f I WEave listed BOrne the most FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass this for this property;:' soups:
SALE-40 acres; 6 acres grove 4 Market No. 189. 19tf Ing notice.. ,
:- FOlt'SALE' j FOR SALE.-Windmill and tank, good sirablesproperty on market acres timber, balance cleared; 4000. : .
i LOST-Strayed
; i1 j city an \county which we offer at BRA-rT or .stolen. .Yearlin
V J. H. Halley. Fraternity building GET H. N. to drive .
I. ,as new. r Mrs C. Bearden. 37tfFORSALEGood the lowest .prices to be obtained. Kiesimmee, Fla.' 41-tf artesian wells 43-tf your heifer, dark brown showing'' Jerse

ti yl'z FOR' SALE-''Thoroughbred Buff Or- house, lot 75x150 There is no adding of prices'by us, -- ._-- -- -. --.--- mixture on legs and head no mark
every piece of'property sold at exact DO you want a cheap Florida farm? 30 or brand. Reward for informatiothat
39-tf FOR dressed
.pington eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert. with artesian well water some fruitI poultry I phone the Rull
price placed onit by the owner. acres fenced and cross fenced; 10 acres will lead to recovery. Inquir
I and a good stable only$1200; reason- Market No. 189. 19-tf
1 .
H. Write us your requirements and we muck trucking land! ; 60 peach trees --- at Gazette office. 44-tf
ableterm8. _
jt A PAIR of good gentle work horses J. Halley, Fraternity
for sale cheap: Ross Graves. 26-tf building. 45-tf will do our best to' lease you by just beginning to bear; 5 bearing pear MUTTON _fresh, fat and fine, at the BUY an orange grove from the Down
I* showing just the kind'of property you trees; strawberries blackberries and Rull BasxTMarkct. phone 189. 19-tf. ing'Realty Co. and live the re
J' FOR SALE-Or rent a new 5-room FOR SALE-Nice new five-room house-j; desire. II. M. Breaker & Co. 24tfI raspberries; 5-room house, new barn of life easy-42tf
r cottage. For information call at on large lot, 100x150 feet, fine deep:. deep well at the house; surface well WOOD, per strand $1.25; five strands your _
Methodist parsonage. 44.tfk I well good fence and fifteen nice HAVE: a five thousand acre tract of with pump and gasoline engine for Irrigation 575. Lumber.. Co. 29-tf IF YOU wan a Bible of any sorts
bearing orange trees iocated in a I excellent timber land for sale so cheap purposes; 8 head of cattle, 4 I -- the lowest possible price

good part of the town, overlooking that it will astonish you. Well located of which are milch cows; 4 hogs 70 WRITE US for anythmyou!\ want in Breaker. Also all standard work
FOR SALE-Ohio Cheater White pigs i the lake. A snap at $1250.00. |I on beautiful lake, close to rail- chickens, horse wagon, top buggy, I the line of Florida real estate. .No and Christmas publications ,
male and female. Apply to H. W. 42tf Downing Realty Co. road. It will pay you to investigate harness, plow and harrow: 2 miles matter what it is, we have it. thing good and cheap. 46-lt
Boice Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf this. Better write for full information from city; price $3,000.( ( Mrs. Summers I' 42tf l Downing Realty Co.

in FOR SALE-Fine building lots in all .- today. Downing Realty Lakeview cottage South Kis- WILL EXCHANGE land less tbtf'
e; FOR and SALE-Fifteen trees acres five miles orange from > parts of town: $50 and up. J.H.Hal1ley Co.36tf.. simmee. s6-tf. PLEASE do not call at the tarm for mile from the center of ZephyrKu)
t grapefruit Fraternity building. 45-tf -- - vegetables; you will find them on sale for a small automobile. Mrs. Summers

Arcadia and three miles from Noca- FOR SALE-Choice lots in W. H. Far* FOR SALE-80 acres, tine, large, well at the grocery ,stores. S. B. Ault- Lakeview Cottage, South Kb
tee. W. H. Funk. 46-tf FOR SALE-6-aere truck farm with mer's addition to Prospect Park. located grove; good house of 7 rooms; man. "X_.. 42-tf simmee. 46-tf

i 4-room house; near city on railroad; These lots are some of the most desirable tenant house 4 rooms artesian well -
; FOR SALE-Nice. full bearing orange ,!, price$500 !half cash. Address Owner in the city, and are sold on at a bargain if Bold soon; ; this year's;, WE-Are offering some very desirable "F

"ft, groves, from one to twenty thousand Box 466. kisaimmee. Fla.___ 45-tf easy payments. Buy at once for .crop included.. H. Halley Frater- residentjots: located three blocks WANTED
r dollar Tell me what want in ''
J you fast. from the
arte Courthouse
they are Selling Flowing nity building. 45-tf on nice high
y i .. this line and I will find it for you. FIVE!: city Iota on which Is located a sian water can be obtained at a little elevation for $300. Alley in rear of all WANTED-To buy aj fair sized worl!

: I .i. Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. nice new five-room cottage, fine view depth. W. H. FOR SALE-Lot 75x200; 6-room house these loU. Cash, or short time. Letus Flhorse. L. Larry Hope. Loughman'

i; I of the lake cool breezes. This prop- ceiled; barn deep well; 12 young show you* these lots. H. M. _J 46UpWANTEDrA

;+ :. r FOR HONEST and square deals in all erty is located close to the proposed IF YOU want furnished rooms for grapefruit, some bearing orange and Breaker & Co. 24-tf _
,. :'" Grids of real estate, call on or write I electric line on high level lots. A light house-keeping! write or call on pear'trees, peach trees, shade and I five or ten acre f&rJ'lwith

; W. H. Farmer, Box 822. 16-tf bargain at $1600. Let us show you W H. Farmer. "The Square Dealer" shrubbery;, price $900. Mrs. Summers PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline house and young grovs'e
i oranges. Chas. W. Motes, Arkadel
: this property. H. M. Breaker & Co. Lakeview cottage. South Kis-
-J: Kissimmee Fla. 44tf. fires. Get one for your launch, auto
FOR SALE-Three-room cottage on Ala- 45-2tpd
r simmee. 46-tf
1 ,t" Hughey street ((Lily's addition), lot or garage!\ and be safe. Sold by Geo. > _
blocks FOR SALE-Twelve and TO: EXCHANGE-For small orange FOR SALE-Five passenger tou'nncar. N. Saunders; agent Kissimmee. 37
-1' 50x150; five from the court acre orange << FQJTREST
,1!"' h house. Price $650 cash for quick grapefruit grove about three milesi grove 6 acres on Palm River; all or will exchange for land. G. F. :j
p sale. 45-4tpd i from Kissimmee on railroad. Will cleared; new wire fence; flowing Parker. 36-tf. TWO very desirable resident lots in'
; '#i..t(! -r premises. sell at a bargain. Address W. H. well; small house; near Scott Leslie's Carson addition, each 50x164 feet. DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.Til
., 'f'' I I "Dreamland." Mrs. FOR SALE-36 acres; between and There
beautiful place are 16 bearing trees ler. !
Arnold I Kissimmee Fla. 41-tf orange on (_
BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting _
.!. ___ Summers, of the Elite Realty Parlor. .15 acres in cultivation; fine young or- these lots under good new fence, _
t ( :; of a half block located in the best 44-tf ange grove; some bearing pear and located close to the lake. $350 cash ROOMS TO RENT-Either single o
1 in the city. Will sell FOR SALE--Splendid new 6-room cot- .
neighborhood - ---- persimmon trees; 2 acres in sweet potatoes takes the two. See H. M. Breaker en suite; suitable for light nouse
I+ ;(1? .i only to party who will improve it to 1 tage just inside city limits; splendid FOR SALE-100 acres, hike front; 7 I ; 5-room house, barn and sheds; .& (Co. 31-tf keeping. Apply to Mrs. A, AirSiW
correspond with surrounding prop- deep well; two acres ground, all un- dwelling and ten- and '- --- --_. son. tf
acres grove; good horse wagon buggy, surrey plow; -- ----- _. ____ ;8> _
: ,y, erty. Full particulars and price toIntere.ted .!. der good fence; good outbuildings, ant house; 5000. J. H. Halley Fraternity -I price, 3000. Mrs. Summers, Lake- NICE-.--Centrally located home on beau FOR RENT. -Nicely furnished
M. Breaker etc. this would make little rooms
a splendid
party. H. ; 41-tf view South
Kissimmee. 46tf
building cottage. tiful corner lot only three block .
at_ .... &: Co.: 31-tf chicken ranch; everything about the ._ -- I from with or without board, with 'prlvatfamily
Broadway house is
.. I place is first-class; price $1500; time, FOR SALE-A beautiful ten-acre tractin FOR SALE-8000 acres of extra nice with electricity, has bath toilet lighted fend on Church street.. Mr*. Kul

{ ,' t; TREES AND SHRUBBERY. For can be hail, on part. Downing Realty Pinedale just outside the city lim timber land located on a beautifullake kitchen sink; new cement sidewalk . 88 tf

5' : .Q fruit trees. ornamental trees or shrubbery "Co. 45-tf its. Will sell cheap for cash. and 'within three miles of two I, house contains seven rooms, includ-; FOR RENT-Two fnrniahed roon/I

!' .I. ",. of any kind J. write W. R. Speer I 42tf DownlnRf'alty!\ Co. railroad stations. This entire tractis ing bath room; lot 120x150 feet, extending city center. Address. Box 126 .l vfcimmee

kr Orlando, Fla., and get prices 34-tf FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit FOR .SALE.-Horse, wagon, new set exceptionally well adapted to the to 16-foot alley. We can Fla. _' ,i36/fj/

+ FOR SALE-The finest turpentine and grove five acres, with muck 250 and bearing ten acres trees pine, of harness. Price $175. Herbert growing all kinds of citrus fruits offer this beautiful home on very FOR RENT-Some nice rooms for gh
and to general farming. Price $6.00 reasonable
oft 37 tf terms. Full particulars
'in this section
timber Spier.
proposition housekeeping. All modern *en
L. its land in cultivation and co
} thirty
; N one- ,.
on terms. to interested
the state. Admirably located. Will per acre easy | parties. H. M. Breaker lences. S. W. Downing. tf
: ,"' 4 half acres unimproved land fiveroombox FOR SALE-A FARM254 42tf Downing Realty Co. I & Co.
r ; be sold\ on very easy terms of pay. --
r house good'bam and well. The TO LET"w:: 5room: <
qq , Jir' I ment. Write for prices to* improved land all under good fence. sores in all. FOR SALE-7-room, two-story house! : lot cottage.Aargcorner

r r ref 4 42tf Downing Realty Co Thia property on ..the. north side of 40 acres in cultivation. large rooms and pantry; newly painted FOR SALE-Several splendid five-acre month. I. artesian H. well FrB SF.t"t-Ie J
} n East Lake four mlle.'from Narcoossee 350 orange trees about 200 bearing. inside and out and newly papered; tracts just outside the city limits, fe-tf
FOR SALE-90 acres of land I of a One large barn. ,
nine mil from Kissimmee. beautiful yard with fine shrubbery, I located on beautiful hard marl road. _
3 I
{ } mile from" the city limits. 20 acres of One 8-room house. I '
palms china berries crepe myrtle Downing Realty Co. 45-tf FOR RE T-For sale or exch gt to
Price $4,500 $2,600 cash. balance one
ql r which .U fine muck land, One mule-lot and shed 1 deep well.
cypress H. Df. Breaker &: Co. etc. ; 75 bearing orange trees, Shearing city property or farm la twrtheri
/ 'rich and productive, balance goodfor year. All buildings same as new. pear trees, mulberry tree, i WHO has a cottage about $1250. to Ohio Indiana or Southern Wchisran
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..M ? ''k'' citrus fruits.,"''--Location of this land ---f--- Ij l miles from St. Cloud. pernong grape arbor; a few beds with 1 exchange for farm It miles from 10 acres black celery and tick mm
SALE House of with'"ateI'
k iks it very valuable, The timber FOR six rooms" 1 mile from railroad station.County badding.lewchairssomematting; ; Manchester, county seat -Copley slow -Klaslmmt-gullh -fIowiD,

'- i, ., .._ valuable tot'tenei Po-t.-te being in two and block sewer of poatoffice.connections:House,located is road running alongside of property few shades, and a cook stove; this county, Tennessee? Mrs Summers, well abundant for irrigathy;,fenced
Il r' k" and telegraph OIea.- Beside I Lakeview South Kissinuhee
1 ,
rl; property covera an entire block price all under cultivation; Sacns prepar'
excellent'land it gives one the free plastered wood work: hard oil finish; About 1 mile from lake. I Florida.
"" lot 64x147J-with 19 full bearlnaoranK.. $4,000; 11500'cuh and balance in and partly fertilized and plin ted; goo
a, 'I:; dom of a country home with Church on property. I
clthad. terms to suit purchaser. Mrs. 'Sum. 16x20 house; this is a m
in the You stand
. vantage eoeb as splendid high the trees porches yard.and pluck the can.fruit. Call on School within 200 yards of house.. mere, Lakeview cOttage, South Kissimmee. 1 AN intelligent person may earn $100 ready for bushiest; will njire than pa:
market*, 'ehurche;; etc. Pricey Will sell for $7 600. cash I
T- 46-tf I monthly corresponding for newspa for itself the first yeareason fo
,. "' 5-ho tin-on two-thirds ort on us, and allow ,us the privilege of About 8 miles from Kisaimmee.
'f; \ ; per acre; pers. No canvassing. Send lot par- selling, other business interests can
'Sl/ili/ ;', ok. , horse l\ desired.. ,' Nelson, Realty Co. i showing tf. you this H.,M.desirable Breaker home.& Address, Henry 1'. Bass.: 44-tf KING Quality shoes for men at Cash i ticulars. Press. Syndicate, B 2246, ing me away. Addrea /Box 667, KIs
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