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 17, 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: VID00516
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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THE BOARD Of TRADE E stove at the,general.. Merchandise,titoreiatown wW< :.' ,I.... if'! any;of tli*:-bare acres of'ferte.aolJ' ; FARMERS"-INSTITUtE

., Here you do intensive., rather rfiI in.the South that will not be"yield

than extensive;,farming.' ing a rich harvest.. to the .industrious _

JleJd. a' ..Vety. ,lnteresbng..and In Come with $50a( ,.or more .and you Jl husbandman, " Special i Will ReadlRKissimmeeiit24O;
Mon-- ome right., You can clear your first No matter "'where you go now, on every
strudive;1Neeting'on Tomorrow Afternoon
,, acre, and plant your vegetables. The band, '011'win note .th.t'the people ancrRe*

.day Night. climate will favor, you and the,soil will : are bundl ghQ e_;schoolllouseschurch- maii!! Jwo Hours: ;::

\ ':I .'_.* .,i... .. respond generously to your labor.AAttha \ e., roada.,;railwsys, trolley lines, ,and- ,
I same time the cows and the chick.ena .' piiwer plants/and where 'erstwhile the ./ .j '
'"Vhile there were not as"many members net Unlvenlty. of Worlds.'in COOL.
will be adding to your' Income primeval forest In all its
stood ilent
Monday night when oration with the A. ,
.- present on' t C. L.. railway will
President Nelson called the.meeting off Then clear more acres, and get ,the I grandeur,you now find a cloud of smoke run-a Farmers'Jnstitute-SpecIatTrtirC*

'f- -the Board of Trade to order. aria-uaually grove. jtertsd,_ oon.10u...w h.f risingtrom; &bustllng'clty of.thoua d. which will be at Kissimmee on,November .' %

on hand when this body of boo.ten,1:101d prosperous as those who game before .,l Inhabitants, ninety per cent ofwhomaresbuildmg 18th, from 2:40'to: 5'o'clock.

: their tegular semi-monthly sessions you. . . lf. or own their'own homes, ,This train will consist'of"Are or six "', r

still there was no lack of enthusiasm REV. A. : f d'thelrbalk"a" unte are being Carl.,thus giving a splendid lot 'oft\l exhibit '
IVIJHISHOLMCalled by Ihheir.arningi in the
displayed in the speeches made Weekly material and anVopportunity for

4 or*the amount of business done. : 1 factories of th&togn.berg' \ ; .X seeing the best of Florida's products,. .

The condition In which the plumbers to the Pastorate of e.frls-: The work is now pushed with One.ear will contain nothing but citrus' .

I''\. leave the streets after laying pipes, Church. such.yigor.that,it will go on Indefinitely fruit and citrus material. The different, *&

.uI ,came up for discussion, and hardly tian 7 for the question of supply and demandis method of packing the'dlfferent sizes'. '

'man present but what had something Another good man has come to mikehis the pendulum' that regulates the force will be ,shown an expert packer being
and ex- home among ua. The Rev. A.M. ,.r .,, fend the speed, and, In consequence of the train ,
the question, many .I A on to show :how the' packing
to on ? r' ,
say f\ i./ ; ,
:t: pressed themselves In a vehement roannfer Chisholm has accepted a call to the'p'". : V a'4ANA'z4x.T4iQN' ;*NEAR* -'VV KISSIMMEEAfter "t '" j this fact,",the South 'is fro more a land should be done, An'expert will lecture eon
t orate of the CBrishsn church, and en of problems, but a land of phenomenal
", aaying:that they could seeno sense the subject of how to load the carat/
F In\ paving a street or laying a sidewalk tered upon his duties Sunday night tu . ,. progress. Special lectures 'wilf'also,,.be'given'on
Rev. Chlsholtu filled the of the 1 Florida show greater gains in ,popu '
i If plumbers were permitted to dig pulpU white Jl \trol..eJtrua. disease control.,
trenches through and not put them ill4t Christian church In Kissimmee for two Sixteetn Years lation and enterpnll .than any other! snd citrus fertilizers,,- ;ff\
and that time won'tbe ; 4 Southern state, and.Kl .llIm.. plans
proper .condition again. 'The question years, dunng There will be two cars exhibiting v/.'
/- was finally'disposed of by Instructing: friendship and esteem of all our peopler .. t greater gains in those lines than- any done grasses, legumes and farm crops.,
chairman of About a year ago. Rev. and Mrs. ChiS.; other city. In the South. These cars will
Mr. J. M. Willson, Jr., ; Lost Boy Is Found prove of great interest;
rPl4o/!+::; .,the committee on Internal improves holm moved to Texas but the love for '' aa few.i people ;realize that Florida can t 'i

k ments. to call the City Council's atten- I his; land of ..sunshine and flowers was so I : L. RLS i produce so much forage: In':these cacti:* '

, 'tlon' to the matter. firmly implanted In their make-up thata ,will also be found many charts- and 'enlarged
Jacksonville few months ago they returned to this The Last Seen of Three- OId outs photographs. 1
I Mr Been, representing .. >Row land Hed! a Most and Enter
::" Metropolis, appeared before the state and took up their residence In-an Interesting : There will also be one full carload;: of

ff ;, ? B .ard and stated that the Metropolis orange grove owned by Mr. Chisholm a He.,Was Ridiiig a Stick Horse NeaFTlis Parents't .. .. tabling Meeting ., farming implements''much as-are I best

; ':--Inftsnded Issuing a "Kis.lmmee Edir few' miles from Orlando. Residence at Gardner-Son Restored to the The girls of- the L. K.:;;"K., held their adapted to' ,Florida conditions.' These, l

'.ttn'f at an early date, that is, an exhaustive Death having deprived the Christian regular meeting.Saturday afternoon at I have been selected with special care sod
church here of a pastor, sad the membership Family in This City Wednesday. will shows advance '
j .. : write-up of the advantages, on 4 o'clock. Miss Inca Carson was the! great In this', line.
? opportunities this'city knowing Mr. Chisholm to be a Another ear will contain five breeds.
\r possibilities Ins' hostess of the porch party for this was '
r offered the homeseeker and investor, moet.superior man, requested him to where she entertained her guests. Im-.I' of bogs raised In Florida, It will be a, k4

.I asked the co-operation of the mem- again assume charge, which he did and morning sixteen years ago, ognized the striking resemblance to portant topics were under serious consideration decided surprise to many people to know' dC

n in making the edition a success. all our people of every faith and creed little Lou I Rowland, son of Mr. affd Mr. Rowland, remarking that they be- for some time, and plans for 1 what fine hogs are being raised In the f w
Board, without a dissenting vote are glad that he did, for he is a good Mrs. NW3ham Rowland, who was three lieved he was' the lost child. When the future were made. state of Florida-;.. :'The hog crop Is largely

l'Ifd the plan of Mr. Beers and man, a perfect gentleman, and is a years old, was riding a "stick" hotse these gentlemen returned here they The guests were Invited into the dining overlooked. and yet it Is a very valuable .,

ere Is no doubt but that much good most desirable acquisition to our Christian in front of his parents' residence, near went to Goths, where Mr. and Mrs. room, which was d.corated'artl.t1.: one for the state.0 ,f*'\ #, "; '. ..'
and social lire. Gardner, about twenty-five miles south Rowland now live, and told them of the ,
'ill! result to our city therefrom. ; catty; with yellow as the color scheme. In the day coach will be Mound thod;.
'. Mr.neon ---- -- of this city, while bill mother was preparing resemblance of Louis to them and Mr. ; '
At this stage of the proceedings Ferns and other plants made a beauti sandsof: bulletins, reports and, part-'
called Mr. Willson to the chair. JAMAICAJORRELGrows the morning meal. When the I Rowland left at once for Fort Myers. ful decoration. At each plate was a .phleta on agricultural topics/ well as '
e little family were ready to take their: "As sodn as he saw Louis he knew books 3
: the floor made a strong verse concerning the.members of the that are useful In connection. with
;, the Board to at once begin an in Kissimmee to the Greatest places at the table, the mother went to him to be his son, but the boy :who had club, some of which were especially fit Florida, 'farming; ,> \
Willie I
the door and sailed "Willie .
/ advertising campaign In the way grown So be a man. and had Always ting. Four 0ft.: of the ablest agricultural l
Perfection. come to breakfast 't" but no answer been known,
literature descriptive of as the son of Jason Bird,
During the afternoon a musical pro speakers In the"state will eccomparfy
and county. Mr. Nelson stated One of the prettiest sights In Klssim came from childish lips.remembered that I could not be convinced he was any other gram'ww. rendered.. Among the, vocal the train to lecture on subjects of greatest
The mother then
considered the Magazine Edi- mee isjo be seen in Mr. McKensie'a her first person then whom he was claimed to numbers': were .several., by the Misses interest. Among the speaker who ,,
she had seen her Mr. Rowland
be so returned home aid
by the Valley Gazette to yard, on the corner of Patrick street born, going in the direction of a clumpof I carried McAdoo,which were joyed very much. t will be with the train are, A.'A.'Murw: '
hip wife to Fort
he Myers to
the best advertising medium ever and Bermuda avenue, where there are and in see Although a few of the members were phree. president University,..of$1orida; rfi
; scrub palmetto, at once went
.' Louis, and she, too, knew him to be
aw, and urged the Board to purchaseevery several lade bushes of Jamaica Sorrelin search, calling to her husband to "Come absent, those present had a delightfultime. P. H. Rolfs; director Experiment SUUonf //.3"

. . one yet remaining in the Gazotte full bloom and full of fiuit. The aid help find Willie." their long lost son, but still the boy .. Among those who enjoyed, the A. P. Spencer! ,-from the Extenr'...; \ ,.
was not convinced, Continued to live '
.lyr office. While the members fully agreed large, pale-yellow blossoms, with deep That search lasted for sixteen years, afternoon were' the Misses Lena and slon division; Ki'McguudetirlratrP.h# : ; < ; 1\ '
and be known
with Mr. Nelson as to the advisability the as Louis Bird. Leila the,,Farmers' Institute FaWce / ...
red centers, grow along the stalk at and every man, boy and many womenin McAdoo Mildred Lee,Jean Thomas ; H. fl. ,
r of purchasing theee Magazines still angles of the leaf stems:, They open' this county have never ceased in "Mr. Rowland, after'returning here, Maud Thomason and Duayne Fisher from the, ExperimentvSUtUttCIttuaj. ; '

they thought it was the duty of the during the morning hours end close as their efforts, although had wrote often to Louis, and then the Diseases-E.. W.. Berger, Stat.'Inspeti' .b
many years
city and county to appropriate the the sun gets bright. Not only ii this given the little fellow for lost to young man. began to think of the de- 'H'fRE tor of'nursery'stock-White Fly Control ."?.' ? r M

money for that pUIpC>se. It is more bush. exceedingly 01.laments!, but ago this world believing that he up had fallena tail of his past life, many of which' ,COMES Arid;, Nursery Inspection;')B. F. iri
4at ..'. committee from the Board seemed trivial:at the time, but when ,
i than likely a useful > as a fruit producer as. wild animaC Floyd from the ,Experiment Station-: '
to some but not. ?
will appear"'before the County Corrmisdloners the ,flower 'petals fall, the' enclosing so prey with the parents, and especiallythemother closely was looked into,.bore evidene.thathe As a ReS.Ilt! :of Reading the: Val.. Dieback, Melanose and' Some. Othef. .'Citrus 1

snd City Council "at the nAS sepals, thicken around the seed who continual/said! that her not the son of' Jason Bird one . Diseases.. ; '

I meetings'of .dole $wo,Jtodles. and ask pod. and when full' grow 4 make de still and of which was'that once, years ago, Jason ley Gazette. As soon ai the train,reaches the, eta
living prayed
1W tor an appropriation along that +line.f ticlou.jelly, 'sauce, and .a pleasing to baby'God bey. 'night was and morning to turn her Bird in a fit of. anger declared Dunng: 'the, past week six different tion"the can will be'opened to visitors

This lea question that:, should not be drink. Ills also used in steamed pud- footsteps toward the path that would 'You are nothing but ti i Rowland brat!' gentlemen from da many different sections for careful inspection. After,the'' '0-1

delayed a day bythe'Board, as it is absolutely dings.! The flavor is so like that of the lead her child. "About ten days ago Louis receiveda of the United States called at this spection has been made and the'visitors, 'C1!
to darling
'1 necessary rj keep the\ advantages cranberry as to be indistinguishable. letter from Mr. Rowland saying that office and stated they came to Kissimmee have seen all the cars'Jectures"on ape:'. '
... of Kissimmee prominently before That prayer was answeredand! on he was satisfied he was his son, which clal subjects will be >
;;; from !t.This as a result of reading the Valley ,. gWen. ;: +
d the public if we would keep alive the sot el is extensively grows in Wednesday, in this city, after sixteenlong letter1' Louis read to Mr. Bass and Gazette, which they had been receivingthe

present ere of prosperity'of all our people Cuba but is new here. Mr. McKen- and weary years of heartaehing, asked him what he thought; about the past few months through the courtesy USUAL *
and village in (jOuiVwas again clasped in the arms of matter, and Mr. Bass answered, 'I : SPASM
ii' Every city.,. town zie's success: with it, however, demon- of the County Commissioners: and _
I forth effortto hs! mother and tondled by his father. think now the name as I have thought ..:...- S't>. '
fix" the state is putting every strates the fact that the climate and we herewith ,reproduce a letter from a ,
attract the homeseeker and investor, The story of this case reeds more likea all the tim, that you are the son of Is
I soil in Kissimmee) are peculiarly adapted gentleman In New York state which Thrown By California Over .the n nilarlds
f'lI and this !city! will certainly lose its pres- to it, and there is no reason why romance than a fact, but here it is Needham Rowland, for you are exactlylike tells the Same story : "ffeti'e.'iAlready
ladder of from the lips of -.Mr. T. A. Bass, Jr., him in '
ent at the of the looks end Louis
position top ways. Glen''Falla Nov.
- every one should not have this beautiful :- N. Y., 7, 1911.
( i's progressive end enterprising cities: un- shrub end raise their own "cran of Fort Myers, .in whose employ Row- said he thought, too. as did his wife; Kissimmee Valley Gazette. the press of Los'Angeles Is

t. ,i less we maintain a constit vigilance. berry sauce" for Thsnksgiving. land has been for over a year : that he 'had been looking all through Gentlemen ; Please change the ad. printing*- scare headlln.s'bqut.the, Or* ftf ;
From of the United "When Mrs. Rowland was a young his past life and he knew he not I Florida Frozen and the,
!.' evei/ quarter The seed should be planted in Febt nary was dress of my paper; Kissimmee. Myself ange ,; ,
,i States words of praise1 have come for and protected from the frosts that .and comely Miss, she became engagedto the son of Jason BJrd." ,. and family leave on the 16th for Los Angeles/: Express referred to It edt J r?ytonally.

; the Magazine Edition of the Valley Ga- may come afterward. By the first of a man by the name) of Ivey Bird, and Mr. Bass then told( Louis he would your city to locate, as a result of reading The cold"snap:of Monday wlY:! I t,i'' vds

zette, and as the county. a whole! Decent Jer the fruit will be ready to use. intended marrying him when she come to Kissimmee with him and settle your excellent and wide-awake give,the California press anotjjjfspssmand ; "ix>

-11 <.. reaps a benefit from-eveiy new settler, reached the proper age, but as she the matter definitely which they did, paper. Respectfully yours, within a week; the papers of ,the'., ;
1' M
rtrsr it would be eminently proper for the RURAL MAIL ROUTE grew into maturity she met and loved arriving here Tuesday\ night Mr. and F. M. ENSIGN.ALLDAYCURRENT 18th will\ be oo I"rJIUUI'hetl\ ; .

\ County Commissioners to appropriateat Mr.-Needham Rowland, an industrious, Mrs. Rowland had in the meantime been with harrowing tales of suffering\ from' r.
least two hundred: dollars to pay for honest and hardworking farmer, whom, notified to be in this city Wednesday. the'cold,in Florida and that the 'citrus' ;:

> :one thousand tfppies! !, the same to be Petition Made to Have One Established she married after a short courtship. On that morning father, mother andsoa industry ruined, agafrt-they hayelt';

mailed by our business d professional "This angered Ivey Bird, and he Is is .
r i in This; Vicinity. met, and went I Into all the details of ruined four five ,
or times each

( men who are to persons seeking in information the North regarding and West Postmaster Frank Vans' Agnew on she alleged would to have shed toll more Mrs.tears Rowland than ever that connected their past with lives, the Where disappearance every Incident of Will Pe tuircJ: O.i Ly Electrj( : l Iit: : t Now for the facts-In. t.season... The i

q% Kisaimmee and OsCeola county. yesterday forwarded to the Postoffice woman shed before; but she gave little the baby boy was none: over, and when Plant December 1st. I coldest Florida weather for belt.of I.,
i the
Messrs. ILB._ Hauck 'and A. F. Department at Washington a petition thought to his threat and let the Inci- the conference At I season 1911 war on Monday -
of "
1. was ended they wets a meeting the electric light
Nov. 13 when .thermometer
Cu.ayw. ". .Spawn' were elected to active. member. signed by one hundred and two citizens. dent pass out of her mind. But not so all fully satisfied that the lost had been, committee on Thursday night it was decided | ,low tha '
asking that rural flee registered as as 65 degrees In some J
a ton
delivery foute with Bird, it is said he bided his time, I
found and
ship.The parents and child were, to. turn on an alloday'curre December places and others
Board of Trade will meet slain .be: established from Kiseimmee as far and when the opportunity arrived, struck after sixteen reunited I at 60., I
let those
years who intend
south as Hon.: C.: S. Acree's farm, thenceto that would leave the using At Los Apgeles the average minimum _.'
-on the night of the 27th, and a full attendance the blow deepest
r WillitfRowlandjreturned) to Fort My electricity to operate their machineryare weather for the whole '
of members is desired, as Campbell,. from Campbell to the Shin- and most lasting wound--for he is sup ers on the evening train I t month of.O toI -,
F Wednesday, requested to once begin.making "
t' 1. matters of extreme importance to the gle Creek: settlement and back to Kis- posed to have carried- away her firstborn but told his father and mother that the preparations for its installation. j I was 55.6. : ,;

welfare of our city will considered.. simmee, making a distance of about and given him to his brother. Jason ,time was short dentil, be would be with I i I The many improvements made: at the Although day in the the month weather the was "iZ1', l '
twenty-five miles. ery ; .
/ Bird, who was married and lived on )'I
them Louis'married
to remain for all
time. | electric light plant the '
I past summer | of Southern California cokUsi
GETTING STARTED This petitlon'Was gotten tip by Mr. the east coast, near Fort Pierce. a daughter of Mr. Wm. Rau- j j and fall has caused tha.t.rm of the the ". '.; ;
of the In Florida
f'II. W. G. Campbell, wfco, came here a abort "The little fellow lived with the day a.uon ,. these ps .
.t, lerson in December, '1910
IB city government run considerably be- ,
time from I pen never lose an opportunity to .
Illinois, in which state
ago he twelve
Birds until was th.1 ,
I, happy father of s baby boy, bean a hind in receipts' and "
expenses over ourpeople k.4.,
Farming in florida is Business be had been rural mail carrier Florida. ,
a a for the and was known as their lion, and called weeks 't 11 jJt
ago. should the committee
| give
past eight years, and he feels confident Louis Bird. At the of twelve he 1 everyencouragement It I."about time to retaliate. It :r'
age And what'to
Proposition. is the
+ inch happy ending of to again put this murJei- p ,
that the Postoffice' Department will ran from Jason Bird and his wifeon a good lesson to California for .
tt, ". Don't come to Florida with |50 to grant the people's request, as every requirement account away of ill-treatment; aqd wentto saddest our people has that been has the greatest and pal enterprise on a paying basis. There'' press',to print the ,.minimumtwesther' 'r) I{t"H" '
mystery is but what
ever enveloped no question -electric
: $200 and a 'large family and expect to of the government has_ been Tsntie. which !is on the north shoreof this I motor ' records of California day' by day- louyy" r'

br ,t'J 9 .clear and cultivate and get a crop from I complied with except the discontinuanceof Lake Okeechobee, here he worked community. Is preferable to a gasoline engine ery month, In the year,,and show'.that. it, 4.. 1'N

T 'virgin land before your money is ex I the postoffice at Campbell which will : for Mr L. M. Raulcrson; for a year, THf50UTrS' 'GROWTH in much the operation of1 machinery, as it 1.1 Is''almost a necessity to ba e. fire some'."jiti. j J( ;
% S cheaper and also ;reduces
be done, as the postmaster there signed and then went to-' live with Mr Peter [ insurance hour. .during each'day In ihe.jrear, wit i

faan : expecting the petition himself. '. Raulersen n, with'whom'1'he I remained --... rates.Toopentethe. ,, the exception: -of:"a few whWthe therimotneter'there l, .

i premium with ten off I Wbeit this route Is established dn.' ,Florida Shows th&Grea'te machinery for an U4iay gets abov.100even to, .
lucres and at $20 or something over four 'y al1l. From t t, Gain of : .. "
.: an acre.'- You cannot farm at home tworiAoreWill/ be asked fort} and the there Louis'went to... Fort; Myers and All the-.Stares. -- 1.current will cost about $150 pv month, \ ."eJPf. .',, ' '. .,. (u i '"'f'Ii"__, to ., '
Met from a iiOr"1Iii'cTeq 7t:minasari : ,
s.y and work- l- toWn'ten.=hoarse-day..- mannerirtVbich-mrrrocindlng colin+ secured a position with Mr.. '1:. A. Bass, : '" '" .It'l'!.

eel -" Farming in Florida Is'a business You try is being settled up It is safe to'say Jr" and has. remained in that gentle \k. Much-has been ;writtirf-mml r satd'Of<< ;: our ascertained pJClm.tbe that extent It will of be used by I tHeafRev'frfytfs; ;, '; I ,..."
sbodti225per '
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I |4 open your farm at 6 In the morning and they will be g'Janted.'J' man's employ.ever since; late ''concerning the present industrial month. < t Tb.ilkev t :/ ,MyersJof'; the If.thW I

sefao f, close it *t evenln g--"-jtut Uk.a; .Postmaster.Vans KD.w.1a ever aliveto 'About ten month ago seine gentlemen awakening In the.!Southern states: ,: but Episcopal'church, of Youngstown; OJiIo,' '6r.' man._or. manufacturer.. ,, YOU! -any advancement! his office! can make from this section' wh .kuew that the half J1aa not been told neither tilt V Every day many parties-- tea r':.this will preach inthaMethodlstchurebnext; q'q .: ,

,don't 'raise wheat here like In the for the con 8nlenc4f of the public, and Mr. Rowland bad lost'a son many year' realized bat by few to what.extent this 'city>>: to hunt, deer,. turkey,"aodquail 08t' SiM day night at 7,O'clock.,:'You are cordially ' +\\ "\

Wept.,wher. the fanner' plants-'it IB In connection with this rural route, h. ago: 'went'to Fort Idyers and while Southern progressshas gone. It IDdJ.." the 'fewer. prairie, And there\ ere fee Invited-. : attend both morning, '

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sandy affect the powers of the railroad I perhaps you will be able to hold down 1 I J Notcie.(
xn t 'commission of Florida. 'Though 1 opposed : a job that commands a salary\ of seven j jI II I 1
I Notice is hereby given that the City ,
the resolution in its "
original dollars week. j
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I i Council of Kissimmee Florida, will receive -
: Answers the Critic of the Conven shape, 1 considered that the resolution :I '!; bids for curbing, grading and paving .
,, fn its amended shape was highly Advertising.Advertising as follows: THANKSGIVING Is NEAR
.0,1 , hon of Governors. proper. I seem to be an art yet to 11! Emtnett; street 150 feet north of the'' r
i intersection of 'Stewart and
i Gov. Albert W. Gilchrist of Florida "AsI understand, a commission appointed be discovered by some people. That Is, streets Broadway street from Broadway the In.terBectlon
rifl, ,bas rather taken to task the editor ofLeslie's by the' governor conference ''the practical part of It. A constant 6f.Stewart and Broadway '

; f :', Weekly,'who 'law fit to con. consisting of three well-known lawyers Btream.of water from one or more fire streets to the intersection of Dakin avenue Engage Your Turkey -Soon .

ati :: demn,theo.action of the governors' conference are simply to act i in an advisory capacity engines wH 'soon extinguish or get under and Dakin avenue from the inter-,'I' J
;_. J.lT. recenfty l Spring Lake, to the attorney of the state making' ( control a very large fire while a few section depot of Broadway of the Atlantic street to Coast the Line passenger For They Are Scarce

'. N. J., and which appointed a committee the appeal They are to prepare such II buckets of water, dashed on here and !' railroad. All paving to be of brick and }
of governors, who are also lawyers, to briefs as they see proper and have the there, have little or no eflVct." The feet wide, and shall be completed I'I

Je ", present a brief to the United States same submitted to the" United States ,, modern fire department is practical, within a reasonable length of time '.- .1
be determined the Council. All
f'' outgrown system; bIds| to be filed/ ) with the City Clerk not. just received' a nice lint of fairy gnu erif s. 1 .
1, +l, : I' i the several states to enact or put into "The followlJ:; is a quotation trom j and sy with modern advertisingplenty later than November WrA: 1911, at Come in and .see tlirm.

) .;, effect/ railroad rates in interstates your editorial : 'It is a great misfor-I,i of it, used in a practical, common sense. !i ij which time the bids will be opened by "Ferris Smoked Ilarns and Baron, "'I dung Am I f '!

k \ traffic. The governor takes the position I- tune that at this juncture twenty-five !.ica" full ,cream cheeses' ; plain uniT'stuffi'd. olive", .;j l ,-\ ,

'p-' that the action of the governor governors, gathered in council, have, in j: If you want to catch' certain kind'of i I For more anf.and prospective I in bulk ; sweet and sour pickle. in bulk -
. d I wks eminently correct and fair? and A thoughtless moment, without deliber- 1 fish. you use a certain' kind of bait: not ,, bidders are referred to the plans 1

y was fully justified by conditions that ation, once more put the axe at the j| all fish bite at all| kinds of bait. Not all ,. and specifications for said curbing, paving -
2 obtain. Here is his letter Leslie's and grading now dn file in the CityCl..rk's
r : I to foundation of judicial integrity and au- ,people. respond to every ad'vl'I''n! !
: office. J. i R. (;ILIiEItT.iii ,
: Weekly : thority, The names of these The medium '
governors | newspaper is a indispensable 2t City D. R. BLENIS CO.
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'4 ) "Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 28, 1911. deserve to be recorded-not that they' to the majority; of advertisers' because ; f .

"Editor Leslie's Weel Sir : should live in history, put tliat they \ of its wide and repeating circula GROCERS I''t
a'h)h: Your editorial in Leslie's: Weekly ofSeptember should not dig in the memory of all tion. As a promoter ot trade and i profit Notice.( : J I p.

ey :, ;Jr 28 i is based on the action of! good citizens,' etc. newspaper advertising longer an Notice of Petition to Be Made a Free __ _ _ _____ I I

.4 the governors at the recent conference "From the foregoing, 1 would infer open question; that is, when done in a D..aler.Notic: to all whom it may I Iconct'rn | ,, .
that .Mrs. N. Rogero" of Kis-
t M of governors, held at Spring Lake. My that you think you 'ate them up alive. practical and intelligent manner, and simmee. Florida will apply to the Hon- L""Ir '
: recollection is that one or more of the As for myself, 1 feel as if Jonah's pays because of its effectiveness and orable James W. Perkins, Judge of the'! }''\
i> I governors read articles in relation to whale had swallowed my little toe. | cheapness. :Seventh> Judicial Circuit, in and for 011- [ ,
the decision of a certain circuit court "Very truly yours, ceola County, State of Florida, on the ,I ':,- ''\
1st day of December, A. D. 1911 atDe 7f :
i, of the'United States, in which the court "ALBERT W. GILCHRIST." '| The Editor. "
Land, Florida, or'wherever" he
les F4 i held that a state had no right to make I for a license to manage, take cnarge We iio\v have a complete)) }) line of.' ladies'( and ntHI :; ,
Most be editor. All
t, intrastate rates with reference to transportation any man can an of, and cbntrol her property, and to become en's fall goods.; The lied( inasmuch as an intrastate The "Old Man." the eHitor has to do is to Sit at a desk a free dealer in every respect. ( l ': ,
six days in the week,. four weeks in a R. G. JOHNSTON, is now over and our sale on f' 1'; \
1'r y rate would more or less affect interstate In the Uraceville ((10'11. ) Advertiser, month, and twelve months in the year 'i Attorney for Petitioner. ]I
: i rates. A motion was then made I we find this bit of excellent advice to and. "edit" ouch stuff as this: I' Dated Nov. I 1. A. D. 1911. 45-41 ,
n that the governors' conference) appointa I I SCHOOL SHOEShas
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committee from the governors and' I "Young man I have just overheardyou opener slip last. week and cut herself in 1 Didn't Concern Him. I ..

;, provide money toward assisting in then make a remark that 'the old man the pan tr). j John Wesley! had a reputation for !> I been larger than ever in the history" of "iff I ,;
appeal in the representation of this wu| all right, but there were a lot of I chrerfulnes. In his journal he writes: : : ,
/ A mischeivous lad of I'lketown threwa our business." Just" received '
{N/ 1 before the a large "shipment :
matter United States Supreme
t things that the old gent doesn't know.' | "I preached In Halifax'to civil, eeneelees < '
stone and cut Mr. Pike in the alley
t a Court. I He .ran't roll a cigarette like you do, last Joe Doe climbed the'I congregation. Three or four 1..
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*< tlemen mind the i': I
put me In
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: 1 opposed the proposition as to providing I nor can he twist his necktie into as roof of his. house last week looking fora '-'
man at London who was so gay 1
'j 'tf.t} money by the various states many different shapes as you can, leak and fell striking himself on the I: unconcerned while Doctor Sherlockwas D. Boots and Oxfords +t '1'A
I 8 i towards aiding in the suit I also op neither iBhe old man able to use the : back porch. While Harold Green was preaching concerning the Day of j l See
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: { posed the idea that a representation latest slang.of the ndr is he display) \ l'' 4
\ > day postedon I escorting MisS} Violet Wise from the Judgment One asked: 'Do you not . ,. ,
;1\ .:'("0 .'. from the governors' conference would the proper shape of pipe to stick in church social last Saturday night a say I hear what the doctor says?' He '.

a, ;:::1"t of itself have peculiar weight with the his mouth and suck away on while making -I age dog attacked them and bit Mr.. swered, 'y.., but' I am not of an-I oWe -

.' }',. supreme court. In reference to this, I a parade. Green on the public square. Isaiah / parish!1' "

J d several paper. quoted a question asked But the old man knows how to make j: Trimmer of Running Creek was playing assure you up-to-date service-

!k'h>! -' . me by one of the governors : 'Do you money enough to pay your bills and :( with a cat Friday when it scratchedhim 'i

I ;" think you can bulldoze the supreme keep the wolf away from the door. on the veranda. Mr. Frong, while STOP Iand -0'i
-, : a court 7""By When the old man was your age he harnessing a broncho last Saturday was

iV amendment, the proposition didn't smoke a pipe or'wear a rainbow kicked just south of ,his- corn crib. -

' s..J ;. finally narrowed down to the appoint- necktie every evening. He was very ,11 Florida Chief. I I; L WHIDDEN & CO.
k_ 0 '" ment of three, lawyers, governors, who, busy working hard on a small salaryand see us if you are going to build. :
i6. I .' '\. a according my recollection! were to denying himself a .lot of pleasurein Bargain in a Home. We make plans and erect any style of
k to Seven-room house, three rooms plastered building. We make our own artificial
.act-in advlaory capacity the-attomey order to get a start: You win find
r ,- four celled, two porches, poultry and and close dealer
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the railroad commission
9 \ representing; out after all that the things the old house, woodshedfine well 171 feet
',V of that tate from 'which the appeal man don't know, don't cut my ice, deep, two Iota 69f\feet front each, 136 in lime. We also manufacture' all kinds

L14' I1.;}from the _United State Court came. while the things he doe* know will make feet deep, fine garden plot, JUt front. of Monumental work. ,

h p, )The decision'' 'Of the Supreme Courtaffecting a volume that it will.. take you many rThis is a splendid bargain at $1250. KISSIMMEE CONSTRUCTION CO. ,
I Term if desired. See
+ t : tb. 'power* of the railroad yean to learn. When you have learned if yoq.desire on half property of this us deecrip-early Why Don't You Subscribe? $1 Year:

; :;'commission of one tate would neces- a* much a* the old man has forgotten, tion. II. M. BREAKER &: Co. Sproull Ave. and Midland Ry. a

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f. .. : LlSlOMjty to ,save, carrying' the, cane, fang distance .
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'.0'". '/ .D. .. -: Cane selected for seed should be of a II MAKE .

''; lJI Official?of Since thrifty nature with well matured buds NO MISTAKE 1 1f 1

;'l ; Its Incorporation. and:joints of/:medi m l length' !, Cane Ship;-to the old reliable *
A with top!>> long joints is not desirable!)! ,as _
It is'the desire of tho-clty officials to it give an uneven! stand unless. thickly

:, L I 'M include in the revision of the city ordi- planted. Cane with, .too short Joints is S. ,H. & E. H. FROSTasra5N.N.

nances, now. being prepared,''a correct: apt to. hi;; of' low vitality. No canes 1 .. ieee
} 0 list ot all city officers from the time of should be. bedded from'any field where COMMISSION .:

; the Incorporation'of: the city, and a* tM red rot"!-Is suspected 'or known to be

J : records\ containing this Information were present.. If the seed Delected is of the ORANGES GRAPEFRUITPINEAPPLESVEGETABLES
burned in 1891. It has rendered the NUb..LtNss
.D. preparation sama 7 ar's planting,-the:cane-canrbe ,
'," of this list a difficult task Belowis cut close to the root with a cane knifeor COBMlsSlOS
.- S' publlahed list.f the officials secured sharp hoe.If last year's stubble is of th.

for the respective years, as far aa it has used. It, is best-to dig If'and. bed with ::.:::.

tiir'i been possible ascertain them a the the roots attached. .

We sell our, Diamonds under a present.time. In the list a number of
'the cane should be put in even layer ,
r' written'guarantee as to Weight, vacant spaces will be noted, and the cjty; not more than three or four cane deep Southern Shipping No. SO .

and Value.. We nave In. officials will appreciate it If anyone who' than r t
I Purity maklnit'lt thicker In the middle at Sl9 '
can supply this Information will' do bo 11 11Refereeasl
of loose4c'r
stock10000.00 worth the side so as to avoid water standing '
the to Messrs. VansAffnew CORNER JAY STREET "
furnishing same ,
Iff the bed in rainy weather. Each t
make selections.We _
gems.'fronl which f to your & Crawford, city attorneys, AtUa Ntttoul
ayer should be about ten Inches
- We manufacture any setting you may. desire. who Editoru! are' preparinl.Jhls. Jist)i ,. or..to_the fbcjEsjd of' the placed'"prevIouiTone with the Bask-aso1 cattle Ateiclts nesterKindly" fiT.-r.te nclnt". need d. '

, a ,EUT GLASS 1883\ foliage covering! the ,joints of the preceding SOLICITING AGENT WANTED ."- J
layer. Some care should be ex I C>
found.that just Mayor, J. W. A Jer'bold. ercisedin' this to DOES LOCATION AND
Nothing has ever! been Clerk W. R. Johnston. operation prevent P "XP"RI"NCOUNr: ?
thin and thick streaks in the bed which
CUT GLASS, whether for ,
takes the place of Assessor, /., ' -
l Dressing' v will make hollows to hold rain when .
.' i J.t '1-, the Dining Room or Mi Layde's Collector( the bed settles. Cut cane should.have 4 aW ,1

, N I. Table. CUT CLASS has a distinctness Marshal David Bans.' the butte touching the soil when put in .!

M -' I !,j. that never grows old or out style.. 'Treasurer place. Dug cane will have the root on
/)} Board :of. Aldermen, W. A. Patrick
it, and in the opinion of some growerskeeps
Geo. Baas
I better in the bed than cut cane.

,. SILVERWARE Attorney J. H.1884.Allen. "'elIave, always failed to find any dif R. G. JOHNSTON I 4

of big metropolitan store is ference In keeping qualities betweenthe
This department our Mayor, R. E. Rose. J
two methods when the butt of the ,
It.s' detail-Solid Silver
. exceptionally complete in every Clerk, ..
cut cane were the ground In
'and Heavy Plate Silver, both in the Flat and Hollow Ware, Assessor, the bed. FIRE I INSURANCE .
latest and most artistic creations of Collector.
, 3 .. beautiful designs, the Treasurer, .After the cane is laid down, the bed
the world's most celebrated silversmiths. should be covered immediately with
.. J Marshal Thos. R. Bailey.
about two inches of soil
as protection
Board of Aldermen W. A. Patrick
Attorney, J. H. Allen.' against frost. A strip the full lengthof London. Liverpool & Globe. Etna. "
JEWELRYA the bed along the middle should be .

store of the immensity of burs a stock as complete Mayor, J. W. Aderhold.1885. left open for ventilation for a few Hartford, Norwich Union and 1 ,

' mention. Suffice it to say weeks, but covered -up before severe Ji;
forbids detailed '
as ours, Clerk, S. E. Sites. other Companies
that we have a stock that \\i equal to that of any of the Assessor, weather occurs. A couple of furrows strong
made with 'a heavy plow should be t l
stores in the Metropolitan Cities. Collector, thrown to the sides to facilitate drain- PHONE 246 PILLEY BUILDINGAdvertising
Treasurer, S. E. Sites.
Marshal, age, and provision should be made to I,
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT let the water in these furrows run off
Attorney, Andrew J. Rose. h
in rainy weather.-By C. K. MeQuarrie
Boa:d-of Aldermen, L. P. Hughey,
AND OALUES I 1-886. in Press Bulletin 176, Agricultural Experiment

We solicit mail orders. i Mayor, i

We invite you to visit our store. Clerk.Assessor Another Veteran Passes Away. Long Distance
.. time to select vour Holiday Goods. Phone 296 ;
NOW is the
Collector) Fifty years ago, with his comrade

We will stow same for you and make. deliveries on any Treasurer, "The Boys in Gray," Alexander Mose-

date you may direct. Attorney,_ ley answered' a roll call, a roll! call of is saying the right thing :
Board of Aldermen, the names of those men who were : ,'

.' 1887. doing their duty to at the right time '

Mayor, L. P. Hughey. 26th, among the angels, he an-

Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co. Clerk S. R. Bassett. swered another roll call, the roll call of in the right way '.

The Assessor, the men whose duty is done. ..:

Collector, Alexander Moseley, the second son We make a loecialty of planning, preparing
410 FRANKLIN STREET .Marshal, Thos. R. Bailey. of William Moseley, one of the early literature and conducting campaigns for ,..

Opposite Court House' Treasurer, S. R. Bassett.: settlers of Virginia, was born In Kem- Land Companies. Boards of Trade, Municipalities

, Tampa Florida Attorney, E. D. BeKgs. per county, Mississippi December'6, and Individuals._. ,
r Board of Aldermen R. M. Carter, 1837. In his early manhood he entered

46-nt chairman; T. M. MurphyAGeqJW1Bassi! LaCrJUlKe.CQJt geiof kaGrange! ,Tenn., )' --

John Bass, Henry Artman. and he was a student in the senior class GLENNQEACINADVERuISERS .' x

.----------- 1888. of this college when the Civil War .

Mayor, J. W. Aderhold. broke out. He at once volunteered tor TAMPA FLORIDA

A FEW OF THE THINGS Clerk W. L. Harwell. service and became a member of the i

Assessor, H. C. Stanford. Jeff Davis Legion of Cavalry, which

-It Collector, J. W.:Sears. was commanded by Gen. J. E. B.

that can be found here Marshal, :Thos. R..Bailey. Stuart. He was promoted to the officeof .
Treasurer E. M.> Earnest 'a first lieutenant shortly after the
war began'and nobly and well did he '
Attorney r '
s. a BUZZ & ;
,LJBBY'S CUT GLASS / ELECTROLIERS Board' of Aldermen; J./ W., Watson; fill that position enduring pain, privation "' soS.
CORKAM'S SILVER UMBRELLAS chairman; Geo. W. Bass, C;: E.' Frapk- and the hardships of warmarchIng f

PICKARD'S HAND PAINTED CHINA lin, E. S. Douglass, S. G: Worley. through sleet and snow for days and Cement and Concrete

WATCHES"! the standard makes of the world in all styles and 1889. nights together. The two principal engagements

sixes. Prices consistent. Mayor, in which he took apart were Work of all Kinds '
stock that for diversity the Battle of Gettysburg and the Bat-
CLOCKS--are all that the implies a Clerk,
the state. Assessor, tle of Sharpsburg. It was not "hot .SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY
blood" that made him fight, but he
DIAMOND--loose and
" and mounted Diamonds any weight desired Collector, J. W. Sears.
that wish. fought because he believed his countryto Residence Phone 58 Mabbette Street
we will manufacture any mounting yon may Marshal, .
LEATHER GOODS Silver and Gold Bal and other novelties. Treasurer, be in the right; for he said he did Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Ave. fM
not dislike the Northern men to the extent -
We have a specially peefecf mail order department, can Attorney. of wanting' kill them, and he
serve you just as satisfactorily, assuring you the same Board of Aldermen, E. D. Beggs, *
often praised them and their leader,
honest values, as if you made a.personal purchase. : 1890. -\\\\\\\N\NN\\a\\NNNN\NN\\\\\\\\N\e\N\N\NNNM\NNN rnT

\ Mayor, J. W. Aderhold. Grant. I
After the war he grew restless and
Clerk, W. S. Harwell.
Owen-Cotter Jewelry Co. tired of quiet life, so he traveled overa Many people do cot know whit a Bank.Capita U lor. or the difference between "
Assessor;' portion of Mexico and Central Amer a bank of little or no capful! and oat with a .Urge oaplul. .
.: Collector, John L. Pherigo.Marshal. A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SUBPLOT
613 FRANKLIN STREET ica, but hearing that his parents werein .
John McPhatter. j la tbs fund that protect the depositor from low, therefore the larfer it U the
and Local Phone No. 1079 & 1300 health, he returned home and greater protection the depositors have. This bank ha. a
Long Distance. Treasurer, cared for them and the old homestead.He a capitaior ...... ...., ........ ........... 008arp..faDd Yl
TAMPA .FLORIDAi Attorney e of ..... .......... .......... .... SS.IWO 00Stockholder F,
gave homes on the plantation to 0 *- liability .,.. .. ... ,,.. ...... OOOOO; 00 = ''
Bqard of Aldermen, W. B. Makinson.N. .
C. Bryan. many of the old slaves who' were un- A total Of. ... ..... .. ... .... .. ..... im.OOO-00 ,
willing to leav. "Massa" and there This mean that we maul lone(125,000 00 before our depositors 00..4'lose a
q r they lived, loving, seivlng and respect. : cent. This protection la for YOD. a '

-Shingles Bedding Seed-Cane ing him. He was well known and loved STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE ' _

Cypress throughout the country Men came to wi --0.K''MM& .- a

him to settle their disputes, and many &. ....O.'PA.. ,
The loss in seeU owing to
r and Pine Lath sugar-cane
Cypress were the men, white and black, whomhe C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LEEVicePrealdent II, *. CARSON e '
faulty methods of bedding is in some President Cashier
helped in time of trouble. e ;
cases 90 to 40 cent of the total a t
Rough and Dressed Framing per Truly, he loved and was loved by his r.N\\\\1N\\\NN\\N\NNN\N\N\a\\\\\\N\\\\\N\N\Nea\q\qeS 4 1i
amount bedded. This loss is much too
fellowman. and man in losing him has
Siding and Finish high. It can be largely prevented by lost a friend and helper; the city has
Flooring exercising the tare when bed-
L I necessary lost a good, honorable citizen; the
ding the can. for seed. 4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST'4VIA
church has lost a good .member, an
I The bedding of seed-cane should be
__1 Send 'us your "orders and they will have our best elder; the old slaves in losing him lost k
late to
delayed aa as possible so as get
5 attention. We are Sales agents for some of the i i a kind, a generous master; his children
it near dormant stage. At the same -
largest and best Pine and Cypress Mills in Florida. have lost companion, an instructor, a
time. weather conditions must be
request loving father, and his friends have losta
Delivered prices quoted on
;t watched;'.so that no frost may injurethe
loved one-but it is all only for a lit- ATLANTIC COAST LINE .F
buds and render the seed-cane of
tle white. A FRIEND.
GILLETTE LIMBER & TRANSPORTATION CO. poor quality for planting in the spring. -- -- iV .
If the season has been deficient in ..

TAMPA, FLA. rainfall, it is advisable to wait until a The Kissimmee Library.
., rain Bedding should be "Dixie "Seminole Limited""South '
Rood occurs. The KissiK>mee* Library offers to Its Flyer"
begun immediately after.: Cane with subscribers a list of over four hundred r
1 the boot filled with water when bedded books by the best author., any or all of rr
keeps best, if bedded when dryK dry which you have the privilege of readingfor Atlantic Limited""Montgomery

L ,The RULL BASS MARKET rot is apt, to be much in evidence when membership only $2,, or which$5 forma secures I family a single memo

the bed is opened up. bership. Capt. Trench, the librarian Route"!
It Is desirable to have the bed aa near will issue you a membership card for
Bearden.Building; One Block from Depot the growing clhe.. possible, to save the above amount. Library in State Sl SS SSHSHIMSMMSHSS. SS BllsaaayaajBJsaaaajBjBaajBaaajaaJBlaajB .' 9Tteoaf :
ti Bank building. 8tfdonda h PaHmaiiL Cars from CLicaf Lo. -Cipciautti -Indiaupelis Loni> 4r
time in putting it in place. A location I. oy r f

x Fresh Floijaft: ot all kinds. with a gentle slope preferable: Ample villa Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham to.Jacbo.. .. ".

and WeStoru 'MEADS J1. J1. drainage !s needed to prevent standing I Maps.

:: water in .rainy weathers No preparation Upon c lpt of 28 cents at the Valley DINING OAR SERVICE' .

is necessary except to see that the Gazette office a pocket map'of Florida _ _ _
; : .j' ground Is emooth and free from'lumps. will be mailed to any address in the o .A,
We I also For
United State can furnish\ further information write to
The'b /should.096*.be more than six at !1 each and
Special :1.lteTJ'tion to Ptync Orders and Free map of Osceola county J. G. K1kKLAND. Division Passenger Agent t
feet wide. If tiev r 1 .thousand cane ,will be glad to estimate on sectional maps . .
4 _ 'Delivery, $danypartofMeCily.; Phone 189f are bedded, .several! bed maybe made |.t,of any kind. .. Tampa, Florida. ,

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r.. ; of i-fed vegetable matt *- -klfeontaina 4, T' .

: !"'-- --a-r-' -----------.+. '- -t --. ,-.--- ------ i-,! - - { Proceedings anywhere froni-2.tOOO.000 400,000,000 1 WISH 'to: say to the oonernpJat-, I. rnY IC.JA odd SURGEON ,,0""

fe\ I .injuriouabacteria ,to. each'cubic centimeter. \. In* -builders in Kisslmmee. and ''
surroundinR cowitry that/ .1 bave Office over Onceola. pharmacy) ll11
& C'fntlmeterl.tabout two Sfth.

Boar! :! (&:393T.)) of'an! incl succeeded the wc.>In known\ getting brand the agencyfor Cherokee ; .. f'H"S1'J' : { e136v'z ;'l\ ,

: : Latest Style: }( l Shoes S. r : The'puJp an adequate in question preservative was pot up and withdu4 the farther Cement, make\ Plaster.a harder It wall will and and go --- "

.. i }I The Hoard of Public: instruction, m*'t :: incident is 'a graphic explanation of the better give better wall satiafacbion'than; an.y.other 1. '

: lin regular session. there eTng preaen refusal! of the SiB.., Williams Company, brand made. Every !lack.. :\, :: WINK : '

",,' k. : WOMEN ; ...1. I W; C, B., chairman; W. W. than: of Indian, to go ahead with plans for guaranteed. One million\ dollart ' ,IAN'M, \ 1

r i ." 'I ..: }\,", -v r FOE- ; r ''':'.' ':' '.;i; '' M( r*<*) {: E.-Brswnt' .ulso.W- J-.-$ear'superintendent -the establishment. of tom.ato' i ulp--fac* -baek5 tr Kuarantt'c- ftD44IP4uh.B. (. -' ,--:,"--i'}i- { "
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: : : t ---r: tories .In Florida. It will be recalled DICKERSON cmiMio tat euaer!! ;: Ratin.Ni. :-t: PIIDJt' Kisstar.IOnlWa ,

'' iL With the ohfirt narrow skirts. now m vogue: the 'ieot < Ullt t IjportrcJully t I" I mute" the last regulai. setmicii. ' that the firm abandoned the project i- .,. ...ppt..e.. :.''. . -.- -,-Fr......_Daus...."..... .. .
::1'.. sbu 1 01 tlW ':.1.T.ctf( n ivqsturne! i* i-uinyil.1.e _, : _.. i ''-wee read and tippwved.: when 1* wa< ownrt t hat under' ttoT. berf- --- .::: ::: ; t
lojitner ateea'd I'Ht1MAtN-- '
; ;t TheJj'ijft** .....rc'n' tan, grit wit*l. ajiil pant ._ food I :' )
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B C. duller county'treallur..r. reported zoate'prohibition the state pure .. I .
i t-rt< tnaWgh.shw1: : nhi-winK/ <"kil, ) aid\ vi-lvet top for. duns( umi >'emj'I .11' .: JI __ __ F.G. : '.
I. n. follow : law'a aaftt ))r'. lJt\'ative could not be : I .

'f : .JnWMB'T.!. ..-.- .. ..... . i. : ...... . '- I| Tat;i ' SbTe Board of Public InI.I employed in putting up the pulp ';. :-Hi w iva* j. n'i PHYSICIAN Tn.d,. SURGEON .,

, (! 4 QUAJTY it ruction in and for Occeullt cpunty . It IK not difficult to imagine the dma."tnni < M.. TILLER > I

' We t la\i I ,in '.1< < k the ,i w: .r"( .! ', 1 I-"l tunr! lust V ear with I I herewith tender my report; as treasimr reimlfs which follow the rating DjlU-i 1., ''I I ; ' FJpsidence: 126".
( \ Ufa .' atlHT. 4 1 i't for the. moi:11i't of products ma 'p '.,,1 t '., t, ."'"' !11 < 1 ''i "i i '.1' 'IH'.1I.. ' 'irtciii' h .. O-i'eoa[ county Real! EstaleAgr.nC} ,

": .. 1.' . . . f>t' Si:, tt< niber., A. I>. Ji'll 1 Ht New-'Vork, and 'vctnt.lining" ... IK I: H I D) %MI J I VI'NC.AVll'l i ( ;
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f rut r* t U "i,.a..' :.I i !, t i'K ". -UJ.'i" I' thaiit, really "i.. '. Hi* tr< m'.iift: rt ;-"rl lilt!'+ .' to each two-fifths of an .inch.Local i < Realty bocgl: : t aui: sr rl d 1 1.u : I HI \.\HIAN ,
+ --4 .i"ttni. . < '. 'r. 1.1, l. a1I''I' MII' ; rttuin 1 I"\ 'UUATlrojt:
I_ jobber dc4are that it furnishes : Houses re.tet- p I j-Tu'Jv! !
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-. Tl5e" nix. ." }WTiTT T,3'1"T "Witt' r"7nrf TJTV tiTJTTT' <"W .. -limp1 proof of their cfaim that the 110.1 4 Taxes pa d and Tlties"'ltl3rDr I t
.. heel l . . .. . 2't I" in..t 'r. II. I'" t -_.. ,"1IUI'I1. benzoate; provision i increases. themenace j ified for nor -esidentsJ > '.'",, Vlll'ii, *;' "KKANDO. FEA. j

,pt I ; 'Micsvs.! M'ln"-i; I -.hi i ."11 Ir.Lj1." ,. :i-nttt r''".'. .11 iTal: n..\.diunt I : 1' .Ito 10" Ito'. '' to the} consumer \\homthepure\ I Fire.: L.fe and Accident: !In. I cult I 1 f " -' --
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.. oo .I.'itJifU'l \ v.vC ,, .AM .. took laws, de.Mfnei1| to yrotec'.lMen" : I surance. ? .
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l TV ii t t Iniii.Hii! :pun I ) t Mnv r..!. Di'I : who handle]' preserved fruits tII| !Indemnitv Bonds rV I 1 I '\\i.\: :N. I /ItIS'r11FNi/: \

5 I, B.IK..l".,.'.,,: i. .r ear .i.t, -. .' .,' fruit yrupB.. rutsups and sauces and "Ir yrV V 'A "4 Y W*&1 ; ,. i ,' : : run "

: FOR MENThe I !') ,l-ll ",.. K f : ) pickleB, insist that the prohibition, 18. u

i I. "' h'0 I going' to work out disastrously' for the :Sinnli'liiiiulmg. ; ,
N-:> N.IIK,' Avenue fli'i.I'M
1 I... 1 11.1 tr I '" 1.:.-t rt-i-'Ti 1 .f. t''"I state and its people! and that its repeal'
-.., ; "SiTxip1' ti>i I.IT rn'tsi. i vii\i,; ( r IJ' 'i. ,mil (he "Apex fur treat I'I' ) 1.1 lliv.l' frl fc-U. T. "... I. I II .",,-- 1"1 ,; FLORIDA .I j
I who like the Intim" ..Is I ,ri la l-jit'i.n.' are the laden These Too I"' ., !,..u '.IlHt rejH rt: :" '..tI or ;s decision' to let it rest inoperative i is The Home Bakery Man ' -

rl i. are made on .\\ nit 1 ,'at' v" .tIr r ugh I ; tot i 'li-i't. .\er\ easy to wear I I M I'Mttf' iNRtrxnif' O' j*, i I1.1')i __n. !1 imperative., I J vC SIMI' : (;;
i -. Like all other things, the benzoate Dlt.
1'1' I 10"10"' ,Take thin ''lp.or'mu\, FLOKSCHHI.n I : H. O. :M-ll.l.ER.) opposition frequently develop' its hum (tooil "pei pie nf th -. 11\ fu1their .' : ) E\1'i11'/: l\;\
County Treacurer )ri'USMiU" l Ilr. \\'It.! y. 1 the( hijjh.priest .,
:,1, ,'r'd "putroni:::ui. i- 11.. '. '.t' .i'i '
., 'r Tar, "srwij-1 t.?' l.utt". 'T /iu-t; T. \\'nrriiit" in the sum of ?1+Nt1.L".t) wvr' vf the anti-t'enzoatiKls, hs just beeninterviewed I'u\ I.i .. iv i r I li i J :dlO r.
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also take, this, HI.-.HI to ;,1\ :t.nt: i .ii m. to 12m.. ,tl
!. hull' i.pper |1':1": nt' u'nu' Mitten #.> \.tit! ir.fd and' i. .ipivili'1; m open session" , on a pure food Thankfgninn i ur I1n.I.'o\, \ l.i.-ilitn, 1 r n :"il PR )1'11 I I. K
: w. I, si.".,," 'a-I. t a.:. f.r e. I I .\ II1. .::. !H": .> u. r. 11\1'1'\.1|'|' i ..,warrant .,.. ilinrier", Ht givts out this .perfectlyI.armleas good! \\,1'! pit M-'it i tin. ,"e.'I' i ur 'f.. eliT'.l" i -v- T' .r'_ 1IJ_5. Ivr. ,'i;

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r '. ... LiHr"Tone Find It Safer Than Calomel I Notiticatiiiii and c A.' ;ri-,. ',,1< of taxes of'
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4 : .. omel does; ', and bun '. ChairsSideboards . ... \ I : t \ \ \ I I I\ \\
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4 e .J'I 10 j 11 . '. n. n 'r > INSURANCExamination: I . .1, ..rM :taiJoo"::jr
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>'. itr -i iT'l, in... / Ha"-. iontrai tOt anv. Ui'el t I 1. d. :IORIDA- REAL ESTAIi FOR f SALEW
jI I .. rin, n.a'I\ .(0; A' >' ; r .I--!* r. r.. I....... n" N.-ta-v P. c at Large
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0 \. The P.. : : ,ninit<-i| r n-p and r.-,r lid rr.t rr.or.- g'K'J, than t ,ihe- I' rr.. ,'y I 1r. I r i i 1 i 'i K' 1 I !.- ,"' ar /i-

"t ): ; ( '. l !.! 1 t' If \ .. ., ,'h'r .,.,,1 $2.25 I ,, Ti.'r, I"; : -'i. i-n'lertd, an i u.a'1' -M> back a8" ,.am. ti. a'I ,r .'Ia; rr1 i -

1 read I tn. mii'itiSujii' r.aniiv around H-, i it ' .-. c.V.
"I 1 > I iouM: get in I'I.II'U'IY.'F'I., i.u ITr Griffin '|
.;r : ti : !, : t was :'r .tmctiii to hip for me to sto<>p or :I'ft, I
( ,kk *( h.t Nt: >. t : at, $1.7 :..I.I"ur i I'Irrty alt:,. in 'IUII'kah
I0 *. > nl'\'II.d"| ,' .' "K- ',. j r-'per' rgn.l) | any' and secure hart path..r. n-:; loins! and ", a" Ltithirtib i I' II'r

;I.. nq 1 r I'. ..II f..r"m.... :\ a too fr'-'juent fl-sire to pas,,"th.- i K '.- 1
Cant'l': I Kail--' ,, 1) ;" $1.10( I J I. i r >: i further, L>UStrlt' ". the nay f'< retion. l)oan'. KidneF'lll.i.: : IAMILY, ;1
H\ n n1! i .r--.- u.lI! ),t r.-r\iiar. me t- wl.ich I procured at he KissimmorPrue H. M.! Breaker & Co.

trouble and -AND- .--- 'Sfl
I : I'u -loon my I II
,' Sideboard ,m <'hk with top lh(4t'! i ir Tie W ( UA>-". hano cause for lox 175 HI.*-, '\, 'It- 1FLA.: !ft!" ,
i ,' low' t"v'l.J!! i I now Ivmplamt."i S
? ; 7 mina has a small shelf on I FRESHEA; TS
t'lchId., .?. Thtn are two small 'hairman. (:Statement: given May 21. lf S Of. I I .I ',

'd y 'felt-bno! for :;l\vr, and a large drawer A'l.-t RE-EN DORS EM ENT. I L. cC 9 LUSTER: I l|

for table liner, a.! with lucks. Thie two \\' J I ::':: EAR;!. I Mr. Bans was interviewed on Feb. : i I ,....,' !,

cupboard door are of leaded, crinkled glass a l3 :Superintendent! 1V11. and he aid: "I will 21.1 1 S Delivery!, Every Day) at Any.Hour 'K: ;:
brovn and grcei-, $ Well Thriller ,
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'-' confirm my former endorsement of I Patronage Solicited A

t THE l oan's Kidney Pills and allow iu con- is I prepared to drill jjfSorth '
Y 4 GOVERNMENT Kissimmee Phone No. 8 !,
F i Sideboard in oak. top lf x411 m. High shelf I tinuedpublication.; This remedy has certainly -I .l'

f e over the mirror, low C-n. shelf on each I ---- I II proven of the greatest benefit to 1 ARTESIANWElLS .,

I r .. dt'. Two small drawers one lined with Has Seized JUany Shipments' of Tomato I 0 "
felt large hnen drawer two cupboards be- I me. in any section of Florida! J JENKINS & WOODUAMjSurveying -
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neath. Price.p I.. Pulp'at New York. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 eta.FosterMilburn ,
( ..k ,h Co., Buffalo, N. Y., soleagents 1 "

Jacksonville, Fla. Nov. 14.-Six actions for the United States. Ten year ;jot successful. Well .'

x \ filed in United States court at New Remember the namDoan'aa..c1take I Drilling is a Guarantee of my

I York for the seizure and destruction of Ability to produce the b.I'st.

Us many shiprrients of tomato pulp from no other. reaalta. and

h OSC3EOLA HARDWARE: I NeW Jersey and Maryland are being I Notice. I ,_

I watched with interest by Florida '
provision Want fc position as clerk in a good Drafting
.t; 'I jobbers and men interested in the store; have had three years'
COMPANY canning and preserving industry. t'1lCt'i am now clerking, and expen.1 qOFnE \
4'4'e Assistant kistant poatmatter at this ('
I The actions! were brought by
fnrniah) any reference; wanted. ; p n. Box 341X1seUnxnee. IN FRATERNijY 11ALt. )'
J I United States Attorney Robert to upend the winter in Florida. Ad- I 'b

Clarke. It charges that the pulp is contaminated drew W. U Watterson Baskerrille, KISSIMMEEe-JAf

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But there: it a wide diffarenc" between :; NOTICE An Oirdinahce) ,. rOf
fr "JtEX"Writes providing for the comfort of the dog; AM rvRDIXANCE! prorWnir for the era .
-. 8IMMIIBI I Eleoilon to determine ra"II'f, Iii the CIrcuit' Court of.theltev..nm Judicial, I SHIP AUI ANDVKOatTAalLBS .
and takinghlm out of his place and try- ,
; OronUlo-nd for O
rote of aU rajclatorwl roiwa. whether: the ceoia' Very Entertainingly[ of His inn to make something out of him which Application for Letters Patent 'Council of time City of Kl.irtnime. shall hava' Florida, ,lathanceryH. : T. taioolal' seIhebI.Csai.ts.Io. .
the ix w..r borrow for th. Merchant
p moner pnroasof .
nature never designed. The dog, like ;'Thillnderllhlno.i berabf agree to baom M- 5radhiiW curhlo".lId C; Stanford complainant, ... J, jj Merrill. '
to Kissimmee. and atralnit all iuiersetunder
: Trip the has his use; but be never can Iorl.ted together for the oiienofia of beoomlnu .10 :thecityof II KissimmeeBK the said J.peraoua J. Merrill claiming or otherwise an and VINZAIMT&CO.JAOK8ONVILLI. .
8\ THECOLflWflOp'rliKcrrYoI'
ud olltlo I .
a body corporate e |> imderthe 'aw
be anything but dog. You fondle , ol : of kItti4lMtlEg : against all other peraona. other than the .
My last article left Rex at Lanlerville a may the State Florida the provisions of shove known and named "L.
: hereby accepted wUou I. That under. aud JaF"'rlrufa'.. I."eo.I partlea claiming n :
'surrounded by the \numerous enchanting and. pet him, you may allow him to The following Articles of Incorporation/ hlt' llou IWO of the OaiKral/ 8l...tut<1. of Florida.; the defeadanta interns the pro..tt7ln UlablUdeaorlTied.
lie and to'ride in carriage constitute mid bwrotoe it* charter upon 'he Onimoll mar .Inane (la rtmutclpal noloi thereof, I j. ? I -".
on- lap your It
< circumstances which render that) your apwarlng| <1.'It appended to the bl1l
grand > Issuance of Lettenl'alClul.according M law i amounting to tweatt-Hr UiouMiud ,52t0to, ) 1 I of br.1t" ....
you Imay let him eat ,with you dollars" a.. follow: fire vole for five thou- complaint In above staled cause, hat
1 old place with Its beautiful and varied K1RAT.Tho sandt'toO) dollar each. the defendanU are lI&n..ld..O\.a of the Slate of
dOliI'Cln. (I),two((2)), '
'surroundings such ,an ideal paradise tot' and deep on your' bed, you may even naniq of this. corporation: shall be* Kla* three utm : .
Farm land
moo Bond Luan autl Invtwi all over the of
' ; from dale of ls and : age twenty-one )eara.
* health seeker Ueluctantfy take him to church (a place where a dog meal Kisalmmen Florida.' its ue. each note 'bearing M therefore ordered: thai the non-reatdent I
the and f
pleasure at the
Y'P.fotll": ;; .. .h.d rate of all per oral (6 per oonl) I I
I be In KlnMramee defnndauta the ,
business Cal ) J t, Merrill sod ail,
has and rub him to keep per annum for the ol per
ho .) raring for tbe
t; :t';; we parted from agreeable and or "I
: entertaining host and '.hostess to .face him quiet.-but he is still a dog. If you Branoh o...<*. nlny M established at inch 'her streets 'in the city of Klmlninnee: Clyde arenua Merrill: lie and they arc hereby 1 11-l ; fTURNER
piaoea In the Kutnof Floiida. oroth.r'Late.' of from I its IntVrnxMlou pear to the bill of complaint Died In :
t; r' .d the. dull realities of busine. engagements want to be convinced of thfiT fact just the United Htatea. or la an. foreign 001111.17, Coast Line railroad to KmmvU with"trout the Atlsnlto Emmett on or before" the lat tiny of January << rwlaa
] ll'k'
let him get with another canine and you power or".klntrdnm lift may be .wlecli'd. 1)7th. Street from Clyde ....nlle to a point one. hun the allegation. I of said bill will :. ;
'l but there lingers still fresh In Board ot Directors. dred and Shy (1M) trek north of Broadway aa confessed by aald defendant.
can't tail l that the dog nature re It la further ordered that tbla ordei be wibliahed -
our that delightful oasis in the to see 8KCOND. .Ir""tl! Kruadway *lre<4 from Daklu avenue to '
memory mains. The general nature of the himtnma. lo be Braxk Btrcet; Brick atrort from Broadway ) once a week for eight, (5)) oonaeoatlva
i. \ desert of time to which we can seek Is such an animal' fit for a pet tranHacuM by thin corporation 'thai I b* MI follows street to Vine atrnct; Vine atre t from MrarkBlrent4othe weeks' In the Klulmlne Valley UaaMM. auewapaiier :

I trow notlI I TO hold, buy,'own. hire control work. Atlantic Coast tln nnmad' Mainatiavt published lu aaldoouutr and IIt. .. MARBLE I
: f refuge when overcome by the (dull monotony deveon* sell, convey. lete, morlintg1 p1edge. from llroad,...). Street to Oak sIred Ruby Thla time :2nth day' of October lull.IBeal .
I, J? of ourptesent mode of living. kf.ew a man once who had a dog excHange, culttvau clear, dluh. Improve.: and: avcou.-from Itroadviay street to the; city "" ) ARTHUR IC. DolCa".....
night"and otherwise: do.1 in and dtMpone of real enlatn, dork.! : rterk of tbe Circuit Court. :
/ t. '.4_ But we are.. on the watch tower: at that wan with him day and pemonal and mixed properlv. and any right, Section 2. That an election be held at na BV ,I.IZ..R.T" JOHNBTOK. t D. O. GRANITEJG6.2 2QUA '

," went.everywhere he went, and Jie expected lutoriht .ir t-fctate. ia them or any orrb..lR. M 1th- early a date. practicable .which the tiumitlon .. f,Xrlbbn.. SoLicitor, for complainant, "err-at:
\ present listening to the sounds and observing onI'-I4mIt.. to- amoutit. and 10-an-and all to 1m nubmlitoJ to the elector.| of the laid -

':"' the progressive movement which 'Ule'people he all4.--iipon to things a.ipropriate: : for the levelopnient of lhoaamn. > city, harlng thn qanllfli-alliina prescribed:; by Notice of Executor forDischaree. .Final RT '<5WNERS
and for any ,ud all pur( owr> for which Mention ItNiO of ihe eneral htituum of the State I
\ L; is to make our metropolis of Osreota "shake hands" with the dog! And yet the satne tally !Nt ..dOI.tvd.0: ..r..<\ and con uf Florlrla, shall bo the Ivxuance of tald notea.and ,

this man had a lovely little daughter nlruit hiiuauM.. b.1ildIOIC.1 works and bunlu. orev..ry the Mayor aha.If forthwith laauo hi. prooUmatlun HIGH QRAQBM'ONUMENTS
;Z, county one of the most noted and populous kind and ou : to borrow or lean for said elwllou.Hoclion .
; In of
Court Dip
:: cities in the '!state. In the streets, wjio would have been glad for the pet I mon.>'4>n note. or bond.. aecured toy morl..lIeI"'I . /X. The form .,f the ballot tobe IRMIW In rcoatateof County Martha Judge A. 'lurllnglon. 8uvto of, FIortd d.........-.
k" for pi 1ne of real eaut*. or kind of at aald election, .
any per toll foilmiWe: e", Oaceola
.' 7 at the hotels, occnpying furnished rooms, ting the dog got. And I know a woman penal properly; toonrrjon a general real i-a- '. .. :flNLu T.r.gTI.I.r Notice' hereby county given\ lo all whom It "

". who used to take berdog church late rent and colk'ctlou. .",....., ; 10""act an real) "Mui.lcipsl j iHiuanoe of notes for" borrowing nonueru.. thai on thus loth, day uf It.Ins U> Both Marblesand
; find May and Domestic
we our city filling up with strangers ..(.to rokera and airentM, for the purchase, money for ."lolJ.'' nll. I shell the CeO. Foreign

(< '>i from other, climes. Our burgle like the and rub her hands'"on him and handle I sal., management or dtNpOhltion and sale of "eld ,,.- A. D. l 1911." Parker, Judge apply of said, to Court,llolioiab aa Judge e of Pro-F. Grait tOur
kin' n property, real personal, and mixed : lohinld. "Wake cm,. mark (eX) before the quwtiou of bale, for e final dtaoharge
the communion bread with her unwashed at kxooutor of the mill equipped the
city horse full but what it lease, own. acquire and ue or choice." Tampa with
i car never so : operate:: Jour. estate 01 Martha A. Turllnnton. deceased and
the Inure'I hotela; lo issue thebo.idaoi said oorporsOon. 1( ) For borrowing of I Modern Machinery
: can accommodate more, and the party hand when the sexton tried to get I either f' r.aale or at rollaieral for moneyadvanced paving money by note for tbalat the same tim, I wlil. preaent my finalaocounta mOt

who visits for the sake of >ur congenial dog out because he smelled so bad hespnd : to .issue bonds.of said oorj, oration, ..( ) A K'.lnt borrow ingot'money by 00.0. their approval.aa executor of aid estate, and art for. "Our Specialty" what you want
either for ash. to tbe public be :
general or to for Dated November Markers Slabs Coping.
loth A. D.
conceal ,
her clothes over him to loll ,
) winter months often becomes citizen I u.ed .. collateral to
a; to name 4. should \the issuance of Mild note.* R. O MICK: <:,
him! Vices guste fore! oraelect" a trustheon bond 'osii., who Hill rpreaenl be authorlind by a majority) of rote, a. required HinotImo Itzecutor.: Marble,Iron Fence, Mausoleums etc
['I and finds to his extreme delight this oorporatloo. duo certify to the then said I noU-a ahall be Issued according to .
: 1 that even the summer bears favorable Some places I go I find a filthy dog purchaser of bond that aaid bonda are*.Bnurcd law and aa pre crti>ud :In Ibis ordinance I Tth- -- -- -
by real etttate mortgage ituaranteetua I the payment out delay, and the Council shall before such
:. comparison to ideal season in the North. lying on a chair and I am asked to sit of said boad.t and interevt thereon- lannanoe. provide by ordinance fir the redeiup-' Notice of Administrator. 935 Twiggs St. Tampa Fla.

p , on the chair which he had occupied. Of aubacrlbe for purchase, receive, own or hold. lion of the said notes at maturity and for the In Court: of kIm. County Judge,State of Florida, .
If our people could thoroughly recognize for luvehtmeni. or otberwiae-dijifKMe of. a d payment ol the Interest upon the name. In rC Batate of CalberinaA. bturteoeasad '' : 1 it.-
the advantages derived from course I decline. I wasn't raised that make advanaua upon stock or obligation or Read fIrst and second time: bv unanimous ,Oaoeola Oount)'.
( many io'livlduai.* or corporations wherever, located Consent and naaned In open session thin ttth day Notice la hereby given, to all whom it may
.;: patronizing home resorts and be induced way. If people will have dogs-and, or organized, and while the owner of such uf November A. D. 1111.\ concern that on the ISth day of December A.

J really some people have no more use lock, bondt. or obligations to have and exercise Ii. M. BREAKER i D.: 1111. i shall apply to the Honorable lee K.
I r.: ; to seek at home the various 'health restoring all voting POM era thereon.; to receive AotingPrealdeutof City Council. I' Parker, Judge of said Court aa Judge of Pro-

elements 'that are found in various for a dog than they have for a gunboatbut money for Investment and to tuvest the': .t same* Attest; "" i bat, for my final dlac'h.rp aa Administrator I,
to build. own leans control charter and operate J K. GILRKRT, Ity Clerk i qf the Estate of Catherine A. Sturtevant, da. i
: J. parts of our county we would indeed if they will have them they tram..)'., railway engines,. ears veaeels* Approved November 10th. A D. 1 11Maior deased and that, the same time I will presentmy :

. ought to build houses for them as theydo lighters and other veli'oles, and other means nf' H. ('Lay 8T4"roao. anal accounts a* Administrator of said
be sell-supporting and our citizens transportation nf property pr product b..I<1. City Of Klaslmmce. I| estate and aak for

; \ could produce at near their own domiciles for other brutes and teach them owned or mmtrollod by said corporation. or bpernonN \; I Dated June 9A. D llfltN.m'v..1'.2Dl.- FARMSFOR
in with
or by corporations opnuectl&u CARSON
; that which they go abroad to en- they are not a part of the family and the of hla corporation, bat not to use Notice of I :24-nnoe a m-4m. Administrator.. .
can't live in the house built for people.] the name for dot g the bus lu ens of a common Application to Sell Real
joy. A trip to the Hot Springs including carrier. to engage 'Jn prepare can or bottle

all the necessaries required for such Besides the constant menace on account manufacture for sale any or a4! character of Estate. | Notice of Executor..
1 vcgfttablea and fruttn or extr..iota from the seine
. ;
a journey cannot be taken for less than rabies (hydrophobia) common civility id mauulacture or bottles or necessary In the Matter the Batata of r. A. ( In Court of the County Judge Stale of Florida,

that should be in covering or wrappers for shipment and preaerration Deceased in r* Estate Temple A. Minx.I Doc'd Oaov
requires they kept To Whom 'Ummlnal'j
It Mav
; 4 two hundred dollars while the losses of such manufactured pro >ucts for mir Conoern : cIa "ou"t7.Notice SALEarm.
I ,I sustains from such absence from their place and not be forced on other ket and t.o..11 and d1Mpn of inch rana and Notice la hereby glveu that 1. aa ." la hereby given to all whom It may:
one bottle and a rap ers to the general. public: to ramliitrator of the xalate of C. A. concern that on tbe lat dar of March, A 1>.
: home duties is very apt to increase these folks. If your sense of smell does not erect and or more refrigerator or dooeaaed will present mj petition to the Hoo.1 I 1912. ahall apply to the Honorable Oeo F Parker .
; t/r"od:: orable Judge of the Circuit-Court the I .. Probate
of aald
cold t> for the Male of by prod ,Judg Court Judge of
'. expenses by one hundred dollars more, detect the odor of a dog or you like uoU therefrom 10 construct or I lease ware entb Judicial. Circuit, at eLand. Florida, or ': for a final dieoharg-e .. Administrator of th* f.r1 -and eblekaaj

" it, please remember that there are lots hotiaea and engage ta a general warebounemercbandlnlng wherever lie may be found on Monday, the i estate of Tempi A. Minx deoeaaed; sod that at boo* t. .Irlt
and for this three hundred dollars you or oommisasry bimlneflp to own 20th day of November, A I>. I Hilt, for leave to the same time I will present my final aotounta aom pear traas: tw_ well: *- .

!" can render almost any place in this coun- of folks to whom it is very disagreeable. and operate... mills with\ all .ecenn; ry ma Mill the public I or private; deacrlbed aale, lor the payment of |I If .. administrator of Mid eatate. and uk for t puma with gasoline engine fa Icruiat-
following real
chinery for the niauiiiat'ture of lumber and I.
i4 ty a national health resort and one {It is not hard, if you are positive flnlnh ...m..lo ntauiifarttire crates and other wit : I Dated Anguil "'. A. D 1911. acres I. awaat potato, Moan

which and farm for to teach a dog to stay in the place .you building material with power to sell and dla.pone All tbe Intc-rot of Hald eiitaUt In lot H, block 5. C. A. MINX, _; wall with Baaallna engio! An
, you your can enjoy of manufactured product) to erect one or of KMorxlo Subdivision; lot 6 of block :i of Aa- :l&Imo'mo Administrator.Notice cellarunderbouaa.

I an almost unlimited time. pro\it'e for him. Don't subject your more harvea and dock. tlod ;to use the ...melor burr Park rotlrfrei HulxlivlKiou.Hill\ Subdivision lot, N of block the"H", of I I IR.lfI.U'a t.---- -- 25 acraa IT aeraa under evktiratlon

to the of his unnecessary the purpo4 of this corporation or to rent vldtrd half Imereitt In mdt'l : fenced; flowing
company annoyance one iota 9, K and of Administrator.
is claimed those who these or lease Mine, to pnrrhaww the wtonk of other \ =
It seek :
. by bluSh 2 and of lot I of block I I of Rest r I IBvlnhU wail: *. eta Joining this
, efforts presence. And whatever else coritorallona, aud to take over and operate the HubdlvUioii all In the pity of !n Court of County Judge. State of Florida, la ar*IJ cleared.aaraa
health resorts that the made by undertake don't to charter and 'prlvl)"ws of any other corporation Illllaborougb Comu'Iy. Btete. of Florida re Estate. of Stella O. Wright. Deoeaaed, Oace All beat amuck farming land Tee '
you may attempt Ui for the or ; of '
' not backed improvements pay property pant any ola County.Notice .
our public men are by lr
;; fit your dog for heaven by taking him oihi cori>oratlon. In Ihw Mock of such other Ex-ofllolo clhllnl.l..t.orO.rih. ; .". oi 1 C."A. I la hereby. given. to all whom It may 23 acres ol\miles near R. R. attten.anclrarad. 1,
I such as the seeker !after roriH>raiiou. or the bonds ot such other cortr-I {'.mmm DiM'eaHAd.U .. that on the 4th ti.y of January, A. D.
logs, ca."rn Aa hocus and barm and taw
church for dogs will not be admitted t iu Mock or bonds of this . ol
I \ health would desire. No hosPital. no, an n."b. necessary and: lawful by : !:laws ofiho 1 K. Krlb...,.. Allornuv. 4Mt. present of the \ao.llooonto Buttle U aa bearing _.tjreaa.

' aj re-neither the animal I have been of Florida. -- .-- ----- -- Wri"ht mil S cleared wan,
., sanitarium naught to encourage thoeV htsto -- ---I d..ed. to the Bonoaabie Oeo. F 4 acres \ aera d '
W-iting about, nor people who are like TIIIR Judge Court, aa Jadge of Probate. and 4U- tract .
Order of Publication.In : I
rohr .
who desire such institutions in order tV The amount of the capital fct-ork of thjsrnrifonUlon auk approval 1 aJ. \
t em. Se Rev. 22:15-: 'D. M. B. shall IMJ One HumlreJ ThouMind CKilIarn -.Dated.July 8, A. D. 1V1I. 3O-aera tract ..IP.
\ recuperate lost energies. We have phy. I: : the Circuit four I of the Seventh Judicial I
7 ". 4 iitoWll I ), divided into one ihoiait.dshares circuit In and fur A. K. DROUGHT, ke tract In Pb
' sitians in our midst capable of perform- of the par value 01 One IInn -, no-100 l ollnnt (*lNt( (0)) each; 10 pr rent of said Channery.II t Zhhl."
"Over the Hill to the Poor House. C. Stanford, .
I'' rIng difficult and critical operations but capital I clock shaH be pnyablo iu lawful mon.yor oomplaluant. VH. J. J. Merrill iota c"I..ZpbJI.
and all '
, the United In : orm'tvU-wn, aaninKt persons claiming an Inti rvatondur XX In f
htaie, or rum
as a rule we find at the home no suitable The following clipped from a South anil lime tmUnre nf the capital jirojmrty l stock .hi ll be the said J. Jv Merrill: or otherwise, amidagsiim.t Order'of Publication.In ... DSt an ( .c

; apparatus on which a patient can bet Dakota newspaper tells of a condition pnyable In ranli property, labor or services" ntju known all other nnd! 1I|it d'tl; : 'olaimlnK thantheshiny. : anInlermt Circuit Cour Seventh Judicial Circuit 160 acres .Clay 00\ 4
S ) -t vMliiAtlon tw fixed by the Innorporatoror Slate of chancery.
lu .
treated with the ease and comfort necessary : that exists in every state in the Union dlriH'tor, ala meeeiug to be callotl for tll.tpurl" defendants the Jiropurly In thisbihl-'-- detcribed H. B. Aultman, Complainant'!
.... medium .and fancy '
'. on such occasions and the result and while the rhyme is very good it FflUHTH. TII all\ whom it may concern: "V. 1 Dissolution of Cheap, prop*
:: It appearing (rein the sworn bill\ of rot plaint' Ellaabcth J Btnkerdlk and >panncrahlp andKatherine ertles at cheap medium and
Thin shell
corporation exist for of
t is that our sister city is rdsorted to, and contains even more truth than poetry. I mIstef( a period filed In this rauftfi that there are persons .Inter- V. iirluuell, 0.[Prtl"on
ninetynineoarn rom the Charter uuleva
: eiited fancy prices; but all worth the
In the feudanla. -
; ; property. involved this ault. otb- i
thus we are building up two dties instead Over the hill to the poorhouse I'm set- sooner utHHoUwl' iHTordtng to I law. er than the known defendant, and that the .
FIFTH.The appearing appended to the Bill
-.-,- of one. by a neglect on our part tin* a slzzlin':! pace, business nf I ho corporation shall .be conducted namea of uch persons nu iLteruatod are unknown of Complaint 'i.m1.the above atyled cause money. ,>_
. '-" i. a iMiiird of not iesthan three. ( to the. complainant, and that relief c'buakno..n that one of the defend'
) 3) or tlh..bth ,
which I. unpardonable. We have wealth I've mortgaged the home for an auto, prayed I In Mid bill of complaint mgalnit ants realdent of the '
more than five (111| directors A majoriiy ">f its ilat i
: s1fl4ent in our Board of Trade to es- and I am playing.her straight. oard> of dirrtor Klmll resIde-tn the stale of la therefore defendanta.It ordered.. thai all, 'claimIng of FI rd". but haa been absent from the <
FU'rlda. aud UM General Manager .persons Slat than sixty days next nraoedlng the Elite Realty Parlor
tablisn eommodious buildings for these There are others well upJn runnin, and .H...'...t..., shall be mnldents of acid t.t..u'. en lnureat In and loathe following deM>rlbe > applloihlon for this Qrder Tho Board of I lr4-c4ra .h.II..I",, front .mOil >l pmurrty, fcltiuite In the county of Oaceola.ttate V. (Urinnell the other defendant .
li purposes anttmany localities that could but I'm holdin' my o.n. you bet iheinrwIVHii. a Trcnldent. and Ueneial Manager. of Florida to-witi .therein named, la a non-jeaide'nt the Htate of lira.:MART ..U..E. .

. I be selected andlhese localities so situated I can see. the roof of the county farm Vine-PiuKld. .secretory and.Treasurer. Onaptrw tof Beginning tire. Went. oornertf1.ot4 leet booth, and In 47 Hliwk drgreca ISo'East time. Florida aud la a resident.of the city of Clnlo.
in the of Cook State of
n ala h p that nature, wltu> : the town of KI.'m' mee' lty.and rnniilug Hontli. .. ... "tO
meuto .0' and said
dIllon, of >-eoret set TreaHurer.HHld . : -
would produce all the he& -restoring Of -Teoors*.' 4didn't.trd( it.(there Honc-t, of ry DIrectors shall have tho author1lt 47 <]CKrvta East no feet ?m'orth4i: draiva; East M) are over the age I. d..rend.rf -

. !L properties that could be'askeher are very few who can), \' tn .apiKilnt ileM-assry agent of tblM curporslI"ti. fet t. North\\ riO 47 degreestt fi" 'iO fvi'-outh 4.1: do' therefore ordered that'.ald anfendanta b eat Lot of bee.
\ greeN ( n pnrt 01 4. are to 16 tho Bill of
"hIIIn.1 required
p MineraJ and freestone flow. caIP4 But the family whined; about it and l Annunl I iinM-tinR ..nh.I Bt I 1..lct IIlIoL",1 10 Mood) i lu [H''lIIber in ..a<,hyear (l"1) Hootb of Range is" .01)01" ((2*.') rant: do day of December A Li. Ilil I otherwlne
produced; with a little labor and expense, insisted' I wasn't a man nt t prim I 'tpitl I otncn of Ihe roriMiratlnn.) ap|>rar to Ihe oompUlnam'a, hi I of c.omplaintbt.roicm the allt'galiona I of said lilll;I "II be '& ;I

and the healthiest locations that the If NiiJn't get six cylinders, a tonneeu. or Ml 1b; ,,;Cle in thehtnt,,, oi Florida\ iliad l on or before the linlnday of Fen- .. confessed by said : !
ruarI'H2.I to-wlt the .Mb
'' to )he ri(.fe"I"d b> the hoard of irectors. at the day of February: else It IH further order ord'r be pub- ,
ate can produce are in-our midst. some t1r 8 and plugs the sal.! bill trill be taken an cuufemndIt lIshrel four coiiaucutlve. weeks !
< hour of ten o'rloi k in the fort'noon,, or HN soon once a ". )
I. further ord".llh.t HUH order
th 'jr..Lter-eu( irrwotcable( nt which ilit IV irrt be pub In the KI.lmm.ey Oaaetle. a i iJuit
Wild Mi found in aLundance And out the With \ > llnhed ne..pnp
game our go aid.speed highway of l hlrt',tors hhall be duly slotted b}' the utoolhol cola week for twelve 4 4IJ) colmmec'ntiveweeks |1,0bl.hO In said oounty and rtlate.'

f waters are teeming with fish, our winters the automilioustmcH. publlHhtKl aaid
'I 1 by.lawn' for the goverumment ot thin corIHirniion Oceola county ofgeneial saId Court, this 14tb day ol October A. 0. .
or summers are never on the ex So we plastered the liome with a lien aims hi .be adopted al lh.. orgnnizntionnit'cting oirculHtiou, In said count ("t-al] AKTHUK K. DOHBOAII, the Government
W bees Mill II I'rlce of everyday
Juitire saId ClrLnllC"urt.
46 4t Clerk Circuit
o treme and why with more lite-giving the second, I'd have you fcnowj; slier nh nra of ---- --- you
elements than The first is for of the I l'imlii the first annual mrcllnit the bU'ln.- ofdclal: of tiio court, this 2mh day or citotx-r AH .
other locality part purch
we -ptce
) any : I'll! !. AKlllirKK.
E of ..corporation nil*11 .b.. conducted by the DuNrOAN. Order of Publication.In at the P. O. always on hand at 1
and few other [Hval I| lerk of the Circuit Court
afford I
cannot an asylum for a things owe. ,
our careworn nniued ""* "oll..n.I.\fjeer.: Audrew
I'I ,V. Jitllowlng By El.I7ABRT1I JOMJ4HTOK. l I' C store, and
Preiiiflent >'n.1 l <.n.1 l Mummer W Iho Circuit Pojrt. of the Seventh JadiclatiromIt atRegulation
I citizens who in worshippihg the Wife said it would be saving and we ; O K Kribkn solicitor for complainant.4ril. >t '
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L. MtH4n, Vioe-J'c Bidontt l nvin !Kon Her In and for Oaceola County, Htale ofFlorida.
God of Mammon, have neglected the observance would soon pay for the machine rotary ttreasurer and Ihe following diN-c- In Chancery. !
torn Andrew, Johnson W. L Mil lev r and
: R. D. Waring. 1 we"n
of Nature's laws and become With th. difference between tho carfare Davis Kors er. Order of Publication. v..Complainant 1
: subject to complaints which such neglect 'bill and the cost of gasoline. bXTII. In the Clicuit: Court of the Beverith Judicial William J. U.n.J Herbert
The highest amount of jndehtednew. or liability clronlt. In and for Oaceola County, State of ) engenders? It is pnncipally this class Once I was known for my wisdom my this corporation: hall at any lime ,mibje't FlorMa I In Chancery nil peraena other thanM'loud from We also a line of F

f which requires the aid of such Institu- business foresight it was keen. nhall I I not bemore than Two Hundred andFifty R I', tearing, Complainant:: : 'the abfive named Interest .parties f Title. carry ,
claiming an the
TbouHaud olJars. ( vs I Croccrta* that bear Gov't
tions and they form a conclave who But that .was before I invested in an .mOOI\.ool.: William" J. Omen. J. Herbert propn; In this bill deacrlb-I
The names and reKldent-CH of tbe aubscrlberii Green Otto K. WInkelman.. Bill to Kcmove ed. IJefendauta. j jIt proval-New, Fresh and Juicy

,: would render royal support to such an aid-to-bankruptcy machine. to tht-BO Articles oof Incorporation together All persona othec than the j cloud from ..peolalJ ny affidavit appended to the bi ancient shelf-worn punk-and

:. undertaking. Frequent operations in Now others are getting the rhino their with the number; share aubBcribed los by above named arU..., c aimIng Title filed In above stated canoe '.
.. ire of the Stats
each, are follows : an Internal In the property nOl r.ld"o. sell them atREGULATION
: this city have demonstrated the truth assets with solvency snine Name Residence. Mb...... In thin I bill described Dafendanui 0, nnknoa, and

of these assertions. And besides this, While I'm on the road to the poor- Andrew W. I... Mlltwr Johunon, Sanford Hanford. Florida Florid< OiiDavis 2211 To all whom It may concern: la e.i therefore over ordered* age of that twenty the non-realdent one year PRICESHERE 4

. very many of our friends from the North house\ -the home for thelndigent Mind. Fornter .Ban ford, Florida One It appearing from the sworn bill of complainS t MBt Mhudaiita.and the aald 11.1 J. and J. 11crtireomi they-
In WitneHB Whereof We have hereunto Bet filed in this cause that there are persona Interriitotd 01. 101"lm.n.
": come here as invalids seeking to rebuild Whoopee! Clear the way for I'm comin' our hands snd affixed our acjiU. thin loth day of lu the property Invo ved in this suit oth. ar complaint* hereby filed required In this to appear before the bill the of ARE A FEW OF THEM :
caune on or
(if a broken down constitution. .Nature -just. passed a bunch; of my friends October *A. 1 0 lull.ANHBHW JOHNKON [ .'1- er n.m..ol than (he such known peraona defendanta ao interested and that are nn-the lat day of"i 1V12.\ otherwise the allegation .

: has made provision for this. Not only All bent in the .parne direction, where DAVId JI'OR"TER Is.[ ealj.} known to the complalnaiu' ; and that' relief ia said, of.. meld.bll..1 be I.k.o.confessed by 10 lb. pail Cottolene 4 'J.3 0 I
it. aald Hill
of I
W. U MILTKKK ( ealj I prayed Complnlnt agalnat such '
f by that) which can be produced from the I the road of the scorcher sods.It's unknown de'eudanta. It U further. ordered that thin order be pub- 13, Ibs. Granulated Sugar .
STATE OF FLORIDA Untied week for consecutive weeks 10
once a eight "
It la therefore ordered th.t.1I !
bosom of Mother Earth but from the the pace of a drunken sailor at the OHANOB COITT\ i an interest. and to the. following pcrnonclaimIng dmwnbodproperty 'N) in the Kiaalmmea Valley Uixelte, a sews- 25 Ibs. Rice-to eat .
; copious veins of water flow I helm of d rudderless ship- I hereby. certify that before me, the under situate In the. County of Oiceola. pannr publliihed In aald County and H..... 1.0
pure which in and 1 his 14tb day of October I'll' I .
. tiigned authority for Raid County Cud State of Florida, to-wlt: North's. S. Meats .121 (J)
-r beneath its surface. Bring y W. L Mllteerand Davis; Fornti'r, known tome ter of the. ..00.lIe..I.rt" ,,,. aud lot four (I II) of of, Circuit Court Swift's Premium (lams .18 ,
artillery to bear on this most 'desirable a hel.uvaclip.Vermillion to be the persona who executed the, foregoing. section Iweuty.five ((2.). In township tweul.n ve By Kl.lZAIItTH' Jcill-OTON, D. C
charter, and each acknowledged that ho cxcciiti of .* .. O. F. KrlblM, Solicitor for Coma ...nt. 4* Come and the others
;. object and then while you watch Kis (S. D.) Republican. the same forthe uses and purpuMef there: lcr.ouu.h: ) runge tweuty-elght Bill \\2.Complaint), ai doapp.arinlh.Compainamt's get at J

simmee Lou can witness the Angel in stated. herein flied before the; Rule vl February
grow --- - - --- on or day for Final
MtmeHa my hsnd and seal of ..Rlce.1 I Han- ..' da Application Discharge.
Illfi: to w.t the .to ) of February, clue
4 of Mercy spreading its glorious wings Own a Bible. ford 1'10rld..lbl. lt.m day of October A L. the aald bill wll| be taken an ,'onfII -" In Court of the County' Judite. "tat of Florida. North Kissimmee

1 1M on the topmost pinnacle of this temple 1911 la further ordfcrvd that thin order be pub Oac4M>la County. In re t.... Tim. Baaa.decM. .
(Notary I'ubllo Seal] tithed once a week for twelve (liz) consecutive '
erected for the purpose of relieving thqsufferings.of Everyone should have a Bible of his, R. c. MAXWFIX. weeks lu the KlHuimmee Valley. Oaaette anewa- Notice la hereby given to all whom It may concern -

mankind. REX. or her own. A certain gentleman hada Notary Public "Htatv. of Florida. papcr publlHhed in said OIM'eola County of gen. that on the 10th dal of D. iSIS
ri; My Commission. expires. April ((1. J0U. cral olraulatlou In said County. I shall apply to the G F Parkar.

rule that whenever a child was born NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LE1TKRS:! Wltne. Jaiuca \\'. 1'crkln. Judge of said Judge of said Court, .Judge J, fore Taylor'sQuick
Circuit ('ourt, and my: name .. Clerk thereof final dIscharge aa administrator of of
in the family he bought a Bible and PATENT. and the official' said Court this Ith day 01OC"'iJ.i..y.1911. Tim Ba... deceased. and that at tha aa
I Dogs. wrote its name in it, that its first pos Notice IM hereby given that ou tho .17th day will praeent my final acoounta aa amlnl.t.
of November or .. ROOU thereafter as possIble I )I AHTIIVK F. DOKKOAN, said *atat. and aak for their .PPI.l G Delivery Phone 250
session should be a Bible. If your father we, the undersigned, will apply to the Honorable Clerk: of Circuit <'ourt.By ,'.t July 7th, A. D I'll.
I Albert W. OllohrUt. Uovernor of the state ELII'saTe JoHMaTOH. I>. C. OSCAR BASS. Sr. Administrator
i ; The writer bears the opprobium of did not do this or if you have not of Florida, for the'luMuauce of LeUem Patent O. F K rib""".. Iolkl.or for Complainant. on the. foregoing proponed charter the Kls- m
provided child with a'Bible if .
"a dog hater. This is as unjust as it your a or Rlmmee Farm f and Bond 1 loin and Investment --.--- - - -- -

: i'rY I. untrue. A. a Christian I could not for any reason you are not suited I can Company, of KUsiromeo Florida. - -- -
Ihu original charter W ua nU. in the omen of '
4 hate anythind God has made. What I furnish you just the book you want at a the Secretary of State, at Tallvhajwec florida, 'I.
Dated this loUt day of October. A. D 19.1 LUMBER LATHS MOUlDINGS .8HINGL.. ZI
moderate price. from pocket Bible
object to is putt, or allowing dogs to a toa ANDREW JOHN.SON. I .1

put themselve out of their'proper place. large family Bible. Let me serve DAVIS KOKWTBB
43--M \V. U """I.TEER.
,. ,, And by proper place I don't mean a you. D. M. BREAKER!

condition of abuse and suffering. Like -aC4rd. --- Application for Final Discharge .

other domestic animals they "are entitled in Court of tbe County Judge mat of Florida
Oaoaola Cimnty. Jn re K.l.t. of L. H. Will.
i- to the care and protection necessary lama, deceased. .
for their the I desire to say to those who are Inex. Nokioe ia berebyglveu. to all I whom it may '" .
comfort. ,And man4q perlenced in the art of dressmaking concern that on tha JCth day of April A. L>. '

who Is unwilling to ooip. or cannot, that J 1912. I snail apply 10 tbe Honorsb.1e Oeo F. (Formerly McNafr( &Son
am prepared to cut, adjust and Parker.. Judge of said Court as Judge of Probate '

X"; provide for the well being of bis dog At dresses whereby ladies can easily for a float discharge .. administrator Dyal.Upchurh Building, Jacksonville Florida '
the eatate of L. H Wliliaes.-deaeaacd' and I I
ought [to give him away.or kill him I do their own sewing. Respectfully : thai at the aame ume, I will preaeut my i final to'' FloikU is well \
} 46-21 Mtta. HELEN PERDsw.1 I Shipments made any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber la manufactnred j "
"The latter would be far arcounta aa administrator of said estate and
course more aak-for their approval. I and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders forcarload., lets are exceptionally .Rood. / ,
/ merciful than to subject him to the Old newspapers for sale at this office Dated Oct. 'A .. I> 1911.A I 1 a,, ,

'.f. :haJ4pblp..n.. dogs are obliged-to bear. : 20 cents a hundred B. DROUGHT.' Ad .nlatrator.oIID9"IJDOB I .

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Kissimmee Valley Gazelle, '
St. ChtzdT. !'Subject for discussion at the nExt' nTeetIn Local Overflow '

-- T: . ,: : will be ."Eugene Field." ,
W. B. HARRIS; Editor1 .. -
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8. J.:, :TRIPLETT, A.*oclate Editor. : .Mr.:"Danler Harvey arrived, from the Mr..J. D"Rust and family., of ,Chattanooga .

Jp =. ..= .' c; ROBERTA, Correspondent., J North? Tuesday' evening, and is at his ,, T.enn., arrived the'city someday YAL1LBALING I
PUBLISHED EVERY FHIDAY.Office -' "" home since and are the Gray.
on. Maryland a enue'and Thirteenth tone... Mr. Rust has been receiving the
In Valley Oazette Building. The 'Business Meni. League'met in 1 street. ** ,
4 ,' Gazette for the. past few weeks and
K1831MUEK.O8CEOLA COUNTY.frLA. G. A. iR. Hall ,$ onday evening: with topped \h\ 'to sell ui.bow much h. had

'" VlCe-Pre.1denSm1thiD) the chair! and enjoyed It. On their way to this city
'SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Mr. A. J. Gray baa :-returned St.
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... .... . J. M. Anderson acting as secretary.: ?4t. Rust and family, were passengers
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OM COPT. :rr. Cloud for the winter and I is at his homeon
: on train which wrecked between
0..oup,.al. month ,' ..J... :..... ... r; The)IIir ut4 a of last meeting were readfl4f was
Massachusetts avenue.KISSIMMEE .- Gh at tanooga- q. All eommunlcmtlcrtw/cxoapt from our .uUiortawd approved. The committee on cat- ._.. --- none of the party was personally injured, j
..........pond.nbl.mort b. i.lrwd "by th.writer council ..
that '
1 ordinance reported met they lost quite a lot of goods which they '
w Refected nutter will .not be Nt"..... nnl .11.01,fur. immediately after the league, and_thecommlttl'e PARK were....bringing with them byexpress: ,
.' -.- ._-._ _ _ among other things two fine dogs to POWDER
. ntairad at th. PoatofflM In Khulknom....... decided to postpone! action which the family were deeply attached.
\\R I _. otid- l... mall nutter. till next'meeting; of council. The boardof Items of-'interest from Our '
====- :, =c. =-= directors report was read. Motionby I Messrs. Claude. E. Street and\V. G. Pure '

Friday, November 17, 1911 Lawton and Scriber that their report Neighbor Across the Lake. I Brdndenburg, of-Denver, Colo.. reached Absolutely .
Kifesimmee last w.-ek and at once left
: --------------- - be accepted and placed on file. Colonel McCool the original owner of: I for the prairie in the lower part of' this

:' 11 Motion that the bill for rent of hall for Kissimmee Park, and still owner of a' county, where they made a thorough inspection I

u1 I Is' Sent Complimentary. October, amounting to $5, as recommended great deal of land south of the Park, of; of the lands with 9 view to engaging Economizes Butter Flour
in the of
growing cane -
by board of directorsbe, allowed Beaver Fails. Pat, visited the Park tins Both gentlemen purchased extensive makes the food more' ;
i1"r -11 r7 ? Parties receiving. this .paper and a warrant issued to L. 1.. week and is arranging for a huntingand tracts and will return here later in the Eggs ;

i : ri; who are not regular subscribers Mitchell post, G. A. R., for same. Mo- fishing trip down the river. The season to put their ground in conditionfor appetizing and wholesome '

cu "", I. : must not think that it Is the intention tion carried. A motion by Capt.'Frost story has gone the rounds dr) 'the Park. planting? next season. Mr. Street
;: is inspector of oils for the state of Colorado -
i of the publishers to later
1 and Daugherty the equalization of
that| that when Col. McCool and 'Lew Seamen besides being the owner of the
1 P t demand of then thesubscription taxes be.made a matter for discussionat get down the river with their guns Arapahoe Republican, one of the The only Baking Powder made

..: : price as it is mailed to them com our next meeting was carried. J. and fishing tackles the deer climb trees staunchest Democratic .papers in the

1. 4 plimentary by our Board of Coun- O. McNew was appointed on the rail and fish fly through the air: trying to get West. Both Messrs. Street:! and Brandenburg from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar

.. ty Commissioners the purpose road commission, to take Capt. Frost's away from the dead shots of Kissim- for home.left on the noon train Monday

of acquainting them with the place on game McNew to notify balance ]- 'mee Park.

J, many advantages and opportunities of .commission. A motion by Messrs. Bidwell from Scranton Pa. ; Mr. Geo. O. Deanwho lives in a hand I
this and offer some residence at the corner Emmett
town county
Frost and Daugherty that the discussion -
Lytle, of North Carolina Storers of
: \ the homeseeker. The paper will of the cattle ordinance be deferred ; street and Clyde! avenue during,: the.winter __ u ,___,_ __ .
Ohio Marts of Ohio Lutz of
; Loraine, ; monuis, but spends tne neated pe.
.. I'' be mailed for a few weeks to any until next meeting;, was carried. Aletter.of Loraine, Ohio, and Creek, of Fort William ri xl of the year at Nashville Mich., is ROLL Of HONOR I Lancaster, Mattie Wheeler, Lucile
whose name is given us, of the noted fishermen of the
: person good wishes from Earl Baxter Canada, were visitors in the Park one city. Whidden, Arthur Gardner. Charlie Ro-
i I and if they should desire to receive was read regretting; his hurry to leaveSt. -thi *wt'ek. Nearly all of them have reserved On his Tuesday luck at the mo 1,1 city ing dock he ,decided and in to a few try tundo, hid Woodall, Leroy "Wooton.B ,

i it regularly thereafter we Cloud at date and stated' Of of the Osceola High ( Div.-Tol) Bass, Harriet Buzza, '
.' an early tracts of land for their own use! minutes after he threw out his lide a fish' Pupiis
w would be glad to put them on our that the composite out of St. Cloud It i is. getting a little hard to suit people passed! by that evidently needed bite School for the Past Month. Edith Nora Lohr 1homas Moore, Miriam -

" I,',' subscription list at the regular; news for use on the league/ advertising now. tbe manager states on account of -cheese, for it lost no time in grab- Munger, Clara Ploelz, Jane tie Sul-:! ,
I rates-$1 per year 50 cents for due from the A bing the hook and hiking for deep water Kissim- livan Tress Strock. ,'
matter was engraver. nearly all the tracts being taken. : : but Mr. Dean went to the dock for The following pupils of the ':
: .; six months. motion by Scriber and DeGraw that the Friends who want to be located close I I.each fish and was determined to have fish mee Public School have not been absentor I I FIFTH GRADE-John; Edgar Bryan,

l' ; league; express their thanks to Mr. Baxter to! other have difficulty in 'making and the harder the fish pulled the tighter tardy during the month ending Nov. Theresa Uietz, Ruby Duke, Stratton

.j -i.---- -- =-=- and have same published in the this arrangenent.We ; grip Mr. Dean took on the line with 10, 1911, having made an average of 90 :Story' Jewel Tindall, Frances Tress, .
: "i \ the result that in about fifteen minutes .11
f i jti, Kissimmee now is wishing for a street Tribune, was carried; secretary to see' understand that all the beach his fishship was on the dock and measured per i cent or more in their studies, with Frank Bryan. .J

railroad. Not so much for getting; ; to this. Motion that Mr. Degraw bring front lots have been sold except two, 35| inches in length and weighed not less than 85: per cent in any subject SIXTH GRAPE-Margaret Anderson,

I ""I. about in the place itself, but in order the matter of sanitary water before the ; and the company is !being compelled to ]:)) pounds.Mr. and not 'ese than !95! in deportment : Isa Cam Nonie Driggers, Elsie Dietz

f"" to have close and ready communication school board, and ask them to install! open up sixteen more wards the new S. B. Aultman. manager of the FIRST GR"DEA( Div.Sallie) Bass, Willie Getz Christine Ivey Muriel. .

: ( f : ,with the several interesting and attractive filter sufficient\ for the school. was car dock for people who have bought land Graystone garage; informs tile Gazette Dora Prevail Willie Lee Harwell Ruth Prentis Margaret Stanford

I 1\\ ) suburbs. The need of a line to ried. Adjourned to meet on Monday, this week.It that he has been reorganizing; his force Hyde Jane: tie Prevail. Eva Sessions.., SEVENTH GRADE Edna Calkins,

' "i. I Plnedale is emphasized by the Gazette November 20. is quite a sight to see the grapefruit of workmen this week, and feels that Ruth Bowen, Vera Gilbert, Elizabeth Blanche Caine Ruth Harvey Lois
'G:, '. he has been particularly fortunate in
.. I _,WrJ>ecaja8e !flthe nejff canning ,, factory, groves in the Park, some of them securing the services of Messrs. II. Parker,'Gail.. La Ix>ude, Ruth Davs. Johnson. Blanche I.awson. Eddie Campbell -

:' that will be located at the latter pla l'. On Wednesday, November 8, a double only a few months old, some a year old. "Cunningham and N. M. McLeod. both Allie :Simmons' Dallas Wooten, )Dalton Ernest Oliver James Oliver. ..

,;;, J "The operatives will not be able to wedding took place] at the home of some four, Live and up to twenty yearn of whom come to this city from Tampa. Woolen, Alipio Santiago Kenneth EIGHTH GRADE Marie Boyd, Laura '

k;, f '; afford automobiles," sayx the Gazette, Comrade Howard. on Connecticutavenue old. Many of the trees are loaded down iliac Mr. Cunningham since has been they with began the business Cad-- Uronson, George Kexford Joseph Thomas Angle Makinson. Lois Linn, .

!? 'Y,) 1 (, "so there is but one solution to the the contracting parties for the with grapefruit; i in such niarvelous pro- company and is thoroughly conversant with Clements Clyde Getz Plea Johnson.B Abbie Harris, Ethel Gilbert, Helen

; r \ ." problem-they must have a street rail- i first ceremony being Roy, the son of fusion that Northerners who have never everything pertaining to the automobile ( Dlv.-Arthur) Simpson! Joe Head, Bass, Hariy Whetzel, )Paul: Linn, Fred

"",r ( way. "Times-Union. Mr. and Mrs. Howard. who wedded seen grapefruit growing, stand in wonder trade while Mr. McLeod l is a thorough Huling Snyder. Conrad Young, Uly Snyder.

.r--, J I.p.. ---= Miss Minnie May Ethel), of Indiahoma and admiration. mechanic having worked in the Florida 'Chapman, Glenn Cain, Stanley Farris NINTH GRADE- Ruby Bass, Bertha
Automobile and Gas Engine Co.'s -
; F The Kissimmee Valley Gazette tells Okla., the pretty and accomplished In ten days or two weeks Mr. Fairbanks age at Tampa for the past; .several years gar; Jesse Bowen Curtis Sewell, Charley Bryan, Clyde Buzza, Earl Morrow,

c 2. : of the location in KTSSlmTtTe a new laughter\ ; of Mr. and Mrs. Oralu Ethel!! : will have his big store in operation Mr. Cunningham; \ will be business manager liughey, John Lee. Lesley Williams, ,, Ralph Snyder.

,,1 L' -t. cigar factory and says that while it At 11 a. m. the first ceremony took adding; a very necessary arrangement for Mr. Aultman, while Mr. McLeod Roscoe Tiner, Frances Khoadet! Nellie TEr'rrHGRADE-NehhieCalkins, James

.,. ,y may begin work with only a small output place, Miss Ethel! and Mr. Howard in the second storywith rooms for lepartmerrt.will be foreman of the mechanical Woodall Susie Tison, Myrtle :Savage' Funk Harold Buzza. '

:f' ';' it will likely be increased and the being the first couple to become man the accommodation of visitors. Many Johnny Bronson, Rachel Arthur Nits TWELFTH GRADE -Elon Guice, Cor-
and wife. Miss Howard and Mr. Adams 'owers:. X.i'lma Bronson, Kizzie Simmons inne Gilbert Mary Lee Oliver.
I. i :. industry made an important factor in people are coming nowadays to Kissimmee Mat t ?? Paige Coming. : .-'..
l.l': :, the business of the place. G. D. Boone acted as maid of honor and best': man, Park who prefer staying; overnight Isabel! Tiner. Leora Hogan, ---- --- 1'I'

It: ." 1 is the man who will start the factory, respectively. After the ceremony the to going back to Kissimmee and such Mabel Paige: will be at the Electric Glad. s Calkins, Louise Pfeiffer, Vir- :, Or'dr.zeGIve Properly.[

..t"" and he has rented a building and is said bride, groom and attendants were escorted people l will bo: niann. Marlelle Locke, Esther Fine twenty acre ornge: grove located -

l". ( to be making necessary purchases for.!: to the dining-room, where a delightful a very short time with rooms with air Friday, Nov. '24th. letting.. Louise Regero.SFCOMI 1 inside city limits, close to school

oJ' 1: X.L N beginning work. "There is no question ; collation was served. After modern conveniences.A The following is what the Jacksonville GiiAI; ( >-Norma Duke. Thelma and churches. This property consist

,: but what Mr. Boone will meet with dinner was over, at 2 o'clock the other civil engineer; from.,Kisiimmee was Times Union has to say of thin ex- Sutton, Doris Barnes, Lizzie May of forty acres of land twenty acres of

: great success here." says the J'-Gazette, couple took their places and Miss How in the Park.this week giving the different cellent company : ilatherly Margie W'heell'r. Lillie Hansen which is in bearing orange and grapefruit

Ite ) "as the climate is peculiarly adapted to ard and Mr. Adams, attended by Mr. purchasers their lines and also "Last night; at tlie Duval theater Ella Gardner, Rachel Phillips, Dor. trees, ten acres additional cleared

fr the keeping of tobacco, and our people and Mrs. Roy Howard. were made man straightening; out some of the fences. Miss Mabel Paige and her excellent othy Miller, Dorothy Salteifield, Myr- and in cultivation; /good five-room cottage "

never let the chance phi to assist a and wife. The marriage ceremonieswere Mr. McCallistet finished the well he company appeared before a large audience tie Barker, Gladys Griflin. Madeline ; two deep wells.: This is an excellent -

( .. local -nterprlse.'e" This latter word is perfoianed by Rev. J. B. West- 'was borhng'on boring the for property Mr. Dement of Mr.and now in the cleverly written story of I veylans, Mattie Harwell, Leah Wilcox, I the freedom location of where life you with will have ,-'I''

one that means a great deal to any cott pastor' of Livingston Memorial M. We understand that from here he goesto the West-The Lost Trail. Miss .Paige Edna Bans:Tempie Bass, Bessie Craf-1 advantages. Possession country can be secured'city'

, business" concern or individual lookingfor. E, church in the presence of a large bore a well for Mr. Kimber, and from has the leading; character, and appearedto ton, Ruby, Oliver, Nannie Locke Vel- j on short notice. See this proposition' "t J

I r, -Investment and the furthering of circle of friends. The contracting par. there to Mr. Riggan. There are now sClendid. advantage-In--; the role. Mr. ma Hudson. Frank. Reed, Earl Graham. i before purchasing. Price', $10,t00: ';
. ties stood under a bell of Jasmine flowers a large; number of flowing wells in Lawrence and others '-of the cast tetois on part. If taken within thirty
t any industry.--Times-Union." the Park that the question of irrigationis are Joseph Sears, Charles Dann, Bart Bass,
and 'the Stars and Stripes were settled. and detail of I days. present crop estimated at 2,000
1 absolutely every scenery Edward Getz. Tony Rotundo, Leo boxes, goes with the place. H. M.
r Partisan Newspaper Passing. gracefully draped on either side of the Mrs. Enge's splendid dinners, wither and costumes was evident in the prouction. Floyd.Vall..r Griffin, Kirby Johns. BRKAKKK; & Co. 47tfANNOUNCEMENTS

arch, while Old Glory floated above guava jelly and guava pies.opake; ( The Lost Trail \l-hile *uggesting -, Horace Dann. Gordon Ilullock. KoljcrtCalkins .
c ; From an exchange we clip the following our visitors feel that the good things; of
their heads. A number useful' and .
life that are raised in the Park are being; a designated way throughprairie ('row Padgett, Walter Lon-nz,
: : pretty gifts were received\ by the young made good; use of this side of the lake. or forest, really refers to a Edward Mattocks Pierce, Iliirwill

P ; "The day of the partisan newspaper brides. Among those present were Mr. Riggan's garden is a wonder. On character, who has lout his hearing.,
i :; is passing. The leading; papers of the Comrade and Mrs. Howard Miss Delia November 14 his watermelons were the to spear, and >s wandering far from For Clerk. Circuit: Court.
'. size of hen and his THIRD GRADE; Ca rm a Johnson
: country are those that look at public Adams Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harris Mr. eggs; potatoes tomatoes At I lie nriii'nl 1 . '
) beans lettuce, peas and onions the path that leads to content and Elisaheth Linn, Lillian Harris. 'I 1 nelrnaWiMxIall tlirniiftbnut. ;, ; tru-roiinlj: ,, ; \I i liiTebv:: \) announce, mylf -
questions from an unbiased standpoint l and Mrs. Oscar Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. make one think of a fine spring gardenin honor. It is a well writt.-it. tale, and is ., n for Clvrk\ of I he tin nit Courtin
..'r' and discuss public questions unselfishly. l daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arm a NortheJn valley, and here it Dorothy Makinson Lila! May nn<1 for (e'eclt, i nuntv. a: the romluB* prinmrj -
Cary and happens splendidly told by the Page company Williams Edith Miller I\Uxh I,, I llinnJi, th- ;....|.Ie l for their
Leacy .
1-; J The above is in line with our policy. strong and son, Mr. and Mrs. 3. 1). to be a little over a monthfrom| "Jacksonville theater-goers I'lm..m.ber 'fyner.'fhelrqa I kin.I" nui'port; In the I |1'umt nriil solicit tllVIr np- t
Gilbert Leona La .oort I In the future If
Christmas. Martin Alta <.I..t"'l.l I iilixlirx) ror
\ This paper hat given some offense because Hams, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Van Aels-> The Lost Trail from H engagement faithful I I B<'rI.I h.. i n.l (MTsunnl intention to the (
The frost docs previous :
proposition Carleon
not Kulp Bryan Edna HaiveBessie .,;
worry \ fllltl Of '
::;:.. ; it would not pet in and "take aI tyn, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Williams Mr. the farmers lt tluioffirtKtplftflllly" '"\Ii
1 and growers in Kiftain-imee I of Miss Paige in this city. La Londe, Maud Tyner Frankie I L UVKllHTKKKT.For : .
I ;: ', : hand,, in local politics"-that is,' some few and Mrs. Adolph Redall, Mr. and Mrs. Park. In all seasons and at ail times but the story is one that well hears, retelling Woodall Floyd Head Add GIII..rt.Bljan 'j
people feel that about it. But those anything and eveiything is growing.anu : ,
} way Snow, Mrs. Ada Bass, Miss Pearl Bass 1 there will likely be large 1
an Tax
Elmo Assessor.
at a most unlocked for and unheard Simpson, Griflin. Carl
r-bo watch the of the times and i
it::.: t and Master Rector Harris. of season our farmers and -t.I uck growers audiences. during the remainder of the Reidel. George Deitz Clinton has 1 I lit, ...; ; particularly those who keep in touch omi-t- of Tnx
,' S are sending to the market the most engagement. The): Lost Trail will be Abie Johnson. : to llir mil AhMfhsor ol the Democratic of Ow-rota: : county': aubJi'ct -
vod.m ai IheroinhiK
with advanced know that
journalism. unexpected and therefore high priced I .in rue n4 l I II I >l..rtvil I
Mr. has made improvements the bill again tonight; and FricTay, mati- ry. i "pronilno to
i, ) partisan paper has no place in modern Cummings some products.Mr. tOURTH GRADEA( I Hlv. | Ruby Klv.I uiv i".ir,,>iinl I nttt-nUou I IOCVBI-T .i..-tai) con- j.
life and that whatever have at his residence and storeon and Mrs. Creek, of 101'William, nee at night. Popular prices prevail Grace Bass, Nellie Cain, Lucile Downing 'w..IUh. Onnftlie.. r. BuCK ELs.
; .
\ may Canada, and Mrs. Houck of the visit of the Paige -
Pennsylvania avenue by putting a Kissimmee during company. Minkie Gardner.. Carrie ''
been true of other days and under other ,
i porch over the street. spent a day with Mrs. Fairbanks in the Prices 35, 50 and 75 cents. Ticketsnow For Superintendent of
Grace Eleanor Public i
Graves Julia Graham ''
conditions, it is nevertheless tue that Park this week. -
4 ; t the. paper of today which best fulfills its Mrs. Riggan and her son caught a on sale at' Robinson's Fhaimacy.' Fannie Johnson Myra La Martin Per-' Instruction.

i duty as a factor in the life of Its community Mr. and Mrs. Hannon and son Bert turtle in the lake that weighed sixty . '. - 47-11 eie Oliver Mamie Pilley, Jcanettc Pre-' I hereby annouiice ,,, ... amnnlilat* for the ,
a is the which is NEWSPAPER arrived last night from Beverly, Mass., pounds. vatt, Frances Rexford, Margie Ithoades .. uHlrenf I Siil a Greenhouse O 2nilJg. of .
paper Wild duck of all kinds are. making the OBccolu county Nnl'I-1 I In Ih 1 will I of the
1 ,' first, last and all the tipie. It and are. .here for the' winter.Mr. northern part of the Park along the Ada Louise Simpson, Mattie Stanford, I If iMinfM-ratla flcc-lnl I voter comlni; prlmarr. and
'1 is thus the organ of all people and all cove their feeding place, and duck din- On Thanksgiving day, Miss Jean Fay Tyner, Lt-n,?re Van Duzer Cornelia .1 utli.,. IIf t tie ..ttOe OOMMImy <:1111'Urnr K. D. UUIC''to the. \
ners are to be Caldwell will her greenhouse for
ettinlf a common affair open
I ; thtl.plople feel that it can be depended and Mrs. Alberts, son and granddaughter -
with all our residents. the sale of plants, ferns, Begonia- Rex ,
: .' to truth about whatever Miss Parkins here for
j on give comesup. are CORRESI'O/l/ I>ENT. Hydrangeas and other decorative plants. I
,. ; It is thus an aid in building up the the winter, and are in their home on .
Also Calla Lilies Chinese Sacred Lilies .
,, interests of all the people and of aiding Illinois avenue. The Va5-r! Girls. and other_ bulbs suitable for this cli One of the. most useful articles a mah or woman can own is >::J"i',

in the development of its town and The Vassar Girls: the first number of a good -
_ mate. Orders taken for roses and
county. Mr. and Mrs. Woodbeck have arrived the Lyceum Course, appeared at the ,

i,.._ _ There is, also, another side to the from Ostego.and are stopping for the was High greeted School by auditorium a splendid last audience.night P'Id shi .1bs. Phone--.83. --. 47-2t FOUNTAIN PENWe

matter., A paper which caters to a few winter with Mr. and Mrs. Cummings. Before beginning the program Rev. Prop : Park lots.
have the
: ? people is read by a few people. The Mr. Woodbeck has bought Mr. Baxter's Bunyan Stephens, who has btjn instrumental celebrated Waterman pen. better made. .
will in in securing this couru of high We have two of the most desirableand '. -- '
1 partisan paper ls one of narrow circu- moving picture outfit .and open = -- 1
y Utz amusement hall in a short time. class entertainments for IQUsimmee. best located lots in Prospect Park; : OEOI.j6h.:::
lation. The NEWS paper. on the other ::p :S.A. :
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the .
appeared on stage an& ounced size 50x136 feet each which offering I .A. 0 "Y
we are
4, band, goes into the homes of all the people Mrs.: Woodbeck will take charge of the to those who had purchased sJairon tickets 4
for a short time at 8 much .
i* and receives a warm welcome from dancing class. that they need have no fear that price ,

all thOse who want facts-just plain th. whole course of five entertainments lower than other lotsin, this subdivision, t .{,
L promised them would not come, aa! 'a not so desirable are being sold for.
.t. farts. The St. Cloud Rebekah Lodge gavea sufficient sum was already on hi nd to Call on us for our price on these lots if SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES :'
4; % : The merchant who wants to reach the chicken pie dinner at G. A. R. hall defray the expenses of the course. w
want a great bargain. .
. public with his l advertisement: ) is therefore Wednesday, Nov. 15, it being the first The perfoimance last evesing was you _- _ PRACTICAL 'a
strictly first-class, and the lovers of s7-tf H. M. BREAKER &'Co. '
; i; assured that when he pays his advertising anniversary of the lodge In St. Cloud. music, both instrumental and vocal, ___ .__ 'u I D -'

'? ',?, bills he ia paying a legitimate The dinner was quite a success, and en- were given a rare treat The Vassar Boarding House for Sale. HflUGHON'SCorner 11 u C H o t s '

; _ bill: In-other words he is getting his joyed by every one present. Girls troupe is composed of Dine young .:
moDe worth, which Ja after all just ladies, every one of whom ia an accomplished Boarding house of bIns rooms, Includ-
,, ,
and versatile musician and that .
1 plain, bnainen' honesty, assuring'the The Ladies Improvement Club met at their-efforts were appreciated by their ing bath-room. Hot a/id cold water, Main and Monroe; Jacksonville. Branch "

; I ; _advertiser, .. .. ..._that_he_ is .getting .value t*' the bone of Mr. Squires, on New York audience last evening was attested by bath toilet and sinks; electric lights ; of of the GREATEST .!f !
L system Business o!
toe which House furnished complete and;)! filledwith' Colleges % the World-23
: .t' elved. & venue, with an unusually large at repeated encores almost .ev- years' success 160 000 )
_ number brought forth. boarders at this time. lot ,
ery Large
the' This week' Several member graduates. More than 100
newe. new tendance.
: : ,Just, new were The next entertainment of the course high- ade instructors. Co'ntracts "
"4 this week.,. And the,'people showing taken In. The subject for discussion will occur on Dee. 4th, when Mr. Ralph 130x160. Can ,be purchased on very tosecure, graduates POSITIONS or EFUND given', t

thelr.pprovI* the books of our circulation .. was "John Whitcomb Riley." Miss Bingham who ia a great favorite In reasonable terms. For particulars can by more Florida and MONEY. Indorae4, . ;!*
r Kissimmee will at the audi- on'I' write us. H. M. BREAKER &; Georgia Bankers and other b6siness .
: manager will testify. And Maud) Kinney give an Interesting talkon appear. ALL OTHER Florida and men than. ::1

', ______ thoee 'wiboTaiffer'with u* Inthe beat of this subject. The Vocal music was torium.The proceed*,of the course, above. expenses CO. .___ 4T-tf also teach BY MAIL. Catalogue Georgia FREE business; colleges combined. \W.i; )(;:

4 'tlM campaign today, ,will-be: those who furnished by Mrs. Johnson and Misses. will be devoted to
:l' eth* vf ,. .r", right tOflOSTOW.". Gill and.., Bartlett ':Adjourned to meet school libraryfond. at 2Qjeenta pet 100. / - Manager., Jacksonville, FIa: (' ,
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P Y: PUBLISHED =.RY.FRIDAY will be !at 'Ir ,)
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w.Weather. So' MARRI_. appe rs-rn '
r.- ,soul: read r4'
eswiss..eaw in.tead.of $ While stock
meats instead present
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-.. **( Main street,
!S' Following' are the daily tern-. that lasts we are selling'S

:' *,peratures and precipitation aa cember pecting to oc ) lu

' ;I' reported by the Government t /J" 4. t

; station at Kisstmmee for the Mr. .... ....... \. .-r n
ville. ;i.
week ending Nov. 9, 1911
, ley Land
""" MA* MIM. BAIM days In the '

(. .", I Friday. . . . 90 66 . , company business PARIAN PAINT

i.jt Saturday . . 84 73 , .
Mayor H. ;
%' t': :.Sunday:: . .87. 65. ., day mornlndr : 1
" ... Monday . . . 81 65 .... for ,

Tuesday, . . . 83 62 . hunting : .
. 80 68 1.12 a. m. the

o ', Thursday Wednesday. ., 74 65 , twenty-two.Mr. Lewis / \ (every gallon guaranteed) 5r

t i
," city from .
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; . management

t ''M'''''''' '''''''' company, ,
did bank at the low of 'Y
a short time price t '

: 1. THE: LOCAL FIELD: i iI Mr. E.- L.

v way for the S 1-
sidered one of 1.50
y MeANNMN K N=NW% per gallon '5
city, and in a i
diately in the ,
... Mrs. Elizabeth Donegan spent :Saturday : The street i t.... - .
P with friends at Sanf nl.i Council nunlng has the ) (Excepting the :Window GreenW. I

i w Mr. Dick RatlitfJ.of Prairie Ky., laIi Main streets,
'recent arrival in Kissimmee.
the work will
t .F4 :Born, on Monday, Nov. 13th, to Mr. trees lining
,\ and Mrs. Fred Stoll, a daughter.
The ladies
Blue Ribbon ice cream, best in town. will\ hold a l. ..., ;,
It '81-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. made cooking -

I t? A good Well established mercantile p.Wednesday m. Please ) : B: MAKINSON. a
j business for sale. Apply to box 316, In order that \ : ,
Kissimmee, Fla., 37 tf ,

Mr. M. J. Bass, of Mulberry, is spending Mayor H.
the week in this city with relatives Cloud, spent COMPANY t
and friends paid the
\ visit. -The I
Meet at Kissimmee Co. and
ti me Drug continues to
and we will get a drink of the best large number
soda water made. 31 tf winter.

t Mrs. Geo. N. Saunders and Miss Messrs. R.
Katherine Saunders made a brief visit Dewey Gustus I ... 1
to Tampa this week. Crawford and
simmeeites Special price on Doors .. , --- -- _- --- -- : '"'
Just received, on assortment of porchgoods at ,
chairs, rockers and swings atIs.immee the game :

Fuiniture Co. 47-tf son teams.University Sash and Screen Doors "

Mr. Orrin Lawrence, of Sioux City, I have i rt
Iowa, arrived Wednesday and is regis repair shop !
tered at the Lakeview: hotel.
and take this

Mrs. R. G. Canova and children returned patronage of '
home yesterday from a visit to left with me -'
relatives at Green Cove Springs' careful i .
P. G. White. -
\i -Tvliss Marietta Pfann is spending a ,i
couple of weeks in Lakeland the guest Mr. L. R.
of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Waring. tensive .. J ,
east of Narcoo u- S
iY CW>t. T./ A. Bass, the fish man of Fort date auto to i 4't
Myers; spent Wednesday in the city attending now does 'not
to private business matters. Sugar Belt Y
! simmee a visit.M"I
Mr. and Mrs. C. Penn, of Nehgh,
*;> T' Neb., are among the large number of Mr. J. W. i ktr
I} I recent arrivals in the city, who will Corrie, are

'J: spend the winter. egp, where : 5. . . V
since the fall ,
Ii 0:. Mr. H. W. Thurman-returned Saturday Will return to Y' ,, 5, 5 i ;5.'. 5 5. : .

'y ','> from a ten days' trip to Philadel- days, but Mlsi , .. "h :t .," ,J'1" '; t
' 'phla, Pa.. where he went to attend to .
? with her i \1"::" "'1 1J'Jr ;- \ "'
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t 'business matters : . :
Mr. I F. .
Mrs. C. W. Griffin was Winter ,
Garden this week by atelegram announcing county, )
\ f ?\ Mr. T.the A.serious Heidt. illness of her uncle days the was the places this most he \ \ 16Slmnr! !BB M.,

Mrs. M. Katz retuined to the city on later in the "
',f I Thursday night of last week, after an alty inve i
,,. absence of two months spent with relatives I
and friends in Kentucky bolt Messrs., of New G.: 4 ;p A\1IJr .

Mrs. A. B. Morrison retained to her city this( week :
a L; Borne in Tampa this week, after a i winter. ... NFLORIDA'S
t pleasant visit with Mrs. L. H. Ingramand Gazette office Y
other friends in Kissimmee.V I were through induced ; '

v Mr. J. L. Ince, who reached the city
II last week from West Salem, III., has *1 he Ludlam
accepted a position as watch repairerin .completed :: '
the jewelry house of C. A. Cole. residence fur GARDEN SPOT '
of the i ( 'litKissimmee
Mrs. Barrow of Atlanta, who has The residence
been visiting her old schoolmate, Mrs. tract at the I ; .
Maria Gilbert, whom she had not seen willcontalr i -
i. in forty years, returned home last week. I ) i : f
". The (
, ; "A thing of beauty is a joy forever. I the
'. If It', inside decorating or painting, see noon at 3 '
''. Green. He guarantees. Will call and Brother AI. The choice of discriminating 'pur '
p 4 give estimate free. Box 19:: *, or phone tion ;is \ .

,'. 60.., 47-tfr whether they chasers. '
attend. A.
Tourists are arriving this season much
earlier than usual, the occa.ioo being Mr. Warren I I,
a, "4.. the extreme cold wave which swept the chased a lot in i
,_ florin during the early days of this had an '

month. ises and Well worth a visit by those. who
of 126 feet i
\, Mr. W. A. McCool-arrived in the city v +
h Tuesday from Beaver Falls, Pa., and day on a C t
wish to that i is in ,
t S'4, will remain until late spring. 'Mrs. which he will I see a proposition a rd

'. ,:lIaScCooI! will arrive about the middle of pleted. '

, \, '} ecember.I . Trains Nos. class by itself. r
: A
\ continued f
Lost -,
or Stolen.Brown German
pointer dog, scald on left side and about southbound again
four inches of tail gone. Will pay for while :
a. m.,
4' 'Information leading to recovery. M. \
at 7:14
: p. m.
,B.;Carson. 46-tf formerly :

4 t *..Mrs. D. C. Lee airived on Saturday rives at 9:28 a.
Baltimore where she has
r from spent Mr. W. l:.
v the summer with relative and friends.
in the :
n *!,! Mrs. Lee is making her home at the was
/ c. Graystvne.i' office a plea .
ter was here M ,\
F' Elizabeth bright and winsome little so impressed
f daughter! of Judge G. F. Parker, is have to offer II It
entertaining a number of her little more than . -
'friends this afternoon honor of her remain :

eighth birthday.
t. Mr. C. W.
',' ),{,. B. A. Faeth. of Kansas City summer i Valley'Land'.
Mo.: ., arrived in the city last week andr'Ga the city } Company"a.: '
r '( looking over the different tracts of tered at the I : ,. '
+. V -"**'1and' which are for sale in this ''Vicinity.r He reporU a : .' ; -' .'". #
with! a.view to locating. the steamer '' *" .' \
tigued aa a H. B. H'o.p ( Resident ,
Mr. the Manager
,, B. -Mikesell, managed: of hopes to be _
Bowen ranch, >which is located about ; 1
v, ty- The t
Wednesday attending mat.t j
L. Hyatt, on .
-: -
? in the city . .
: tars connected with the ranch. add much to \. '.' : FLORIDA ,, . ,;l :.
ness of that \
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., ''tSHsa' Mattie Woodali J I who has been for its .... c
Kiisimmee. ... ;,..t ..:
in flower "
T gardens
:Visiting'relatives .. t ..,. .
r'tuned, to her home' at New Eden Flan- that he will... l',;,,' W.. it
\''*'" .tabors this week, accompanied' by her in KJssimtnee : ti, f I u _. ,.. _ .....J
''little. nephew, James Woodali. J), Jr. f .year-.t : '
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bereavement. 'The funeralwu
ISLAND rnorninpv;, 1
t--- Marie Hartman was the guest
tIn .. ( .'.
V' H' ''N Items of flews, from That Thriving Hilda '.Jteene:.!and.Harriet, ; f' I' j- ,
Monday., ,! .,
'' :Settlement hind-Its Vidnity ii .r

., ,.1 t .the Th home, Ladies of MM.Union J,,Aid K. Hilliard Society met Thur atc FOWLER 0' PARK Satisfied Users :Are' Our Biggest Boosters '.1

I day afternoon}'Mot of the member -, ,

K ,its ;;;, were'pr a nt. and.a very pleasant and Local Happenings Interestingly-Told .

,x' profitable Mr. C..J(afternoon. Fnnk has was commenced; spent. picklag by Our Correspondent.: WE CAN REFER F YOU TO THEM IN YOUR IMMEDIATE NEIGHBOREDThe )

his orange ..crop and is packing Fowler Park was full of excursioniststhis }

,i 1Jk r them in Kissimmve' week.! It was a jolly crowd. f

Dr.- Rivera was called 'to tho-horoe of Everyone enjoyed- the- sightseeingvthe _
'i i i A L. A. lIuilt y- Thursday morning to attend climate and the lake. Some wentIn :

a the sudden illness of Mrs. Hugh bathing, some swimming and all cwJp {
} We are glad to note -she is able to be boat riding. :: or ALL

t out again .. Friday evening Capt. Jim took a big : yII
I t Mr. George Ili' y lost a valuable; mule crowd down the lake for a moonlight Line Consists of Everything TJIII'II :fi13A1)S 'I

i h ( one day last week. trip !butLuna, !rid l her face. The ride f U rIl? FAIRBANKSMORSESO< '
..,. Mm. James Harvey anil son Loyd wax pleasant just the same. Th- time that a Gas Engine is :

I and daughters Huth Edna and Lena was not all spent in pleasure. pursuits, J> f

Wt..,. --- attmded church at this place Sunday as rjuit an acreage( of land :was bought used for-Power Plants Irrigation '
t morning and spent the remainder of ,.Mr. Ira Mauk had a well put down ,

the day with her sinter Mrs. G.-H. last week and now has a fine flow of
f Outfits ( ( .
t ;i Marine Engines '
k, h'o'e(;jI11 ... .-Saws'on.. water. ,
t. I Mr. David Bass has completed the I Mr. Srhoriber is supplying the town
J I t'; building for Mr. Ira Wethe-rlM-e, and l market with snap beans lie furnished Etc. -
1 I i they are now occupying it. Mr. C. II. I' the Camp House, too while the land r .Q r

i 'i ..,. I. t' Funk and family are moving/ into the buyers were! hers.
t house they vacated. Young Basil was out collecting/ some

# ,',i/ ,, Mr. Samuel Story who, with his family fine: fine beef cattle in the l'ark. Many We make a specialty of Irrigating ::

moved to Kissimmee, are moving could be driven out and not missed. "JACK OF ALL TRADES" I

;..1 back to their farm We are glad to see our people gettingmore Uon'tfailtoseethe Outfits and can 'i
Mr. Aaron Story spent Saturday and social. Mr. and Mrs. Snow had Eclipse's a All that the name implies. : I
with his friend Jim Hdliard.r !. number of gueste; SundayMr.and Can be .
ri ,, :' Sunday I quite H handy engime. show you some SUFpHsing They are all engine. Can be used input
t< Rev. J. D. Wyandt of Lake Maga- Mrs. Campfield, Mr. and Mrs on sub-base and ...
; i I't::1 i K line preached two fine sermons Sunday Mauk Miss Marston and Mr. Moor.A used in a thousand difresults.. many different ways. 234.6 H. P. ,

; j morning and evening to goodsizedcongregat'ons. ferent ways. !
to j Cooking Feat In the Air. I .1.

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wetherbee opentMonday To cook a potato pie at tbe top of 1 .. 1

; J I afternoon in Kissimmce, where chimney three hundred feet high by If want more water"}
I: they had an interview with their contractors means of tbe beat generated In the you .
Ores below would seem an Impossible
t future
in reference to their
f ,.. .
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I 1 ; home and spent the night with her sister task accomplished yet such a feat by was John on Faulkner one occasion -, it will be a pleasure to show

J Mrs. L. H. Cohoon. They brought: a famous I Lancashire steeplejackThe you
1 I f home a dozen beautiful full-blood buff Incident was the outcome of a

r '; Leghorn chickens, which they had ordered wager between Faulkner and tbe man .

j \/ from South Carolina. ager of a Manchester gas works who .
t f'" We are glad to note that the County dpubted John's statement regarding "

I Commissioners are fixing our roads ,the excessive: heat.
.. 1', ; needed during the A largo Iron kettle was procured
; t which is greatly
.lr \.1 .1 orange hauling. THE LADIES.: and this, being filled with necessary Ingredients W. B.MAKINSON COMPANY .
)'" r :I ____ ___ -sixty-six: pounds In weightwas
;'.. t, hoisted to tbe summit of the
:i. ROSALIE buge cblmney stack. Faulkner placed
1 p the! receptacle on tbe outer: and coolest
side of the brickwork but despitethis

;' Happenngs in the Little Town on the tbe contents were found to be '. .
.' .., thoroughly cooked In one hour and
s, M rBanks of Kissimmee River. twenty minutes, or tea minutes less I .
than time.
y stlplated
; Mr. Jesse McClelland has completed .
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Faulkner won his wager and the l
t ,' i!. hi. new dwelling house on the west side pie. which. It Is said, was slightly FOR SALE 40 acres of land less than LIBERTY PARKOnly I j
of Kissimmee river. burned at the bottom was afterwards one mile from the court house; 20
Mias i Jessie Gandy has been on the distributed among the poor of the acres of bearing orange grove;; (5-rooni I riCSi
I ': 1 sick list this week to the regret of her trtct.-8y.tander. house on good land; cheap at $10,500; one-quarter of a mile
rti grove will soon pay price of this land;
ir' many friends. SAL'E-40 acres of tuck land in growing more valuable every day; from the city limits of Kissimmeeand I i
1 l' 'F Mr. Tom Coving ton is spending few Park Garden fronting on Shingle worthy of the closest investigation.
Caddie. road
by a on an improved hard j opts All THE YEll .
': Jacksonville this week. We also have 60 acres of land, 6 acres
i : days in creek little mile from the
; "It Is not safe ; a over a '
always to fish for ,
H. O'Neal has returned from Bartow of which are in bearing grove, balance and along the line of the survey | 2.50 to 3.60 per day. _,
i compliments, says a Washington city limits; a beautiful place for build-
land for I
+ { ;, .. where he spent a few days last week. man who travels quite a bit, "and I ing a home; can go from this land by trucking on splendid; a' 7-room good house good groveor sta- for the new electric railroad. Special by week or month. *! ', 4.

6 .. Messrs. E. J. Wood and Elijah Davis recently learned a lesson In this regard! launch to the city dock; also good bles; 1 mile from railway town, Smiles The best of fruit and truck land | ..1'N.. W. rNURMAl. Prep. R. R.-KMTER. Mr. t)
f' .t, made a flying trip to Kissimmee last from a caddie attached to a golf club road fine wells from Kissimmee; price $7,000.favor- .. fll fllS
rp o near this town."I wagon ; flowing can be able terms of payment. We have still in fiveand ten-acre tract at| 2_= ++++++++++++++++++++++ I
,y', j. Sunday. had on part of the 40-acre tract
any ;
another about 15 acres in bear- $60.00 that will be 1
I. was going round the links grove per acre nBayes .
f'' !r p The Rosalie school is progressing one 2 flowing wells.1ow: in operation 20 fruits varieties of dif-
; ing ; splendid lor 1 $2 Acre Month
afternoon and dreadful wortb double this value a'few
making a exhibition withjn per per
; ; nicely under the able management. of acres fenced with hog: fence; 15 acres ferent kinds of citrus fruits; '45 a4res
r "? ; , Mr. Haywarth. of myself. I did not bow. in cultivation; small house; the very I of good\ land; 6-room house stables months. Sanford celery f.rm. Flowlsa .r.Scala. _
ever, know that my caddie was fully land in Florida . .. .. .... '
"" """ home best trucking ; this packing\ house; less than 2 rrHJes from .11' .r. Sub-Irriftatlor.
Mrs. Gan is expected
ci# t' ", N. G. < y aware of'this as be seemed so blissfully land is rich easily cultivated; under. '.Kissimmee; price$9,000. Still another -> flu dr.I..ood.b..lI. Drowse .
:. ,' this week from Wauchuls l ., where she Kissimmee is growing rapidly water sad rail Cr..por.-. 'r
1 ; with the1 which
unconscious that anything wail laid clay holds fertilizer grove of about 8 acres and 60 acresof .toa. Oar Ueerai' "a.r.c' allow. .Ia ,
P lr:, I"' 4 has been spending the past two months wrong', He was a nice, freckled little and moisture; a fortune can be land;' excellent new house of 9 and is certain to become one of y....... to pay o"iit Title"o.d at 0......... 'S,
_ 1 jl" ., : \;.t a.with her daughter. Mrs_C. L. Doug Irishman and I took quite a fancy to made on this tract of land and can be rooms and basement; good stables, ; the principal inland cities of Co. SaeforA, Nn /:"'Iyr" ''J'
sold favorable terms of land -- ----------- ------
;. I him. especially- on payment; half of this land as never a hint
lass came we want to show the land and introduce balance'fine for trucking; a.beautifulview Florida; the country surrounding r'J
t j, and Mr. Anders from him that I was doing badly.I At tbe
ii Mr. Robert Massey the purchaser to the owner; hereis of the town; about \\ milesfrom
leath from Mr. Covington's Still No. 3, end of the round. In the hope of a a great opportunity for a fine in- the city limits on hard road; this I Kissimmee is rapidly improving, I.:!
made a pleasant<<: visit 'to Rosalie last "ollyt1"m the lad. I ventnr. d to ob- vestment. We also have some splendid grove can be purchased for 915,000; 'and those who get in on the I TheF1'orida (Grower
". serve: Pinedale farms just dutsidu the the crop can, be sold within 6 weeks I floor will the ) "
ground splendid -
fi . Sunday. Tvc been traveling for the last city limits; some near the site where and'pay more than 10 per cent. on the reap tnifkcnmnil' Itull "r.'"era For H ,
rv ,y, Y Mr. and Mrs. RQbert 'redell. of South two months, and am dreadfully out of the canning and evaporatingrfactory investment without any expense to the rewards. There is no uncer- IFor I Wrxkljr.this rant ti l to c ai l'I..r know"About-.r month-Flnr. SSI '"
.i Carolina the latter a sister of Mr. Rob- practice. That's why I'm !In such bad is now being built; these lands vary purchaser. Many otner groves from I tainty about the increase in the z'o' Ht-iid Tar (or a too v t.:...* I rialciibMrlptlon r,
ert Lohr spent a few days at Rosalie form today.: in price according to location. We one acre to 80 acres in a body. Can Snappy" Bfijhi. CUa.THE . I '"
; ; also have some nice residence 10t.8. suit any reasonable minded man who value of your investment if you ,
last week. "To which the caddie calmly replied I FLORIDA, I tiiiowKR -
jf, very large, beautiful location, monthly means business and wants a Florida
Mr. Robert Lohr. Mrs. E. J. Wood : "Oh. then yo've played before payments without interest in Eureka home or investment. Nelson RealtyCo. purchase in Liberty Park.H. 8OO Florida Av...., Tairipa, Fla. H

J : ''I'. and children and Mrs. II. C. Zipprer sir!' addition. Nelson Realty Co., over ., over Citizens bank Kissimmee, i
; SA i:. and children spent a pleasant afternoon Citizens State Bank. 44-tf Fla. 4s-tf M. BREAKER & CO. .

Kh ,1 t : t Sunday launch riding. For Those Who Hear Not. -- .- -- ---- -- ---- -- -- ----- ---- I
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j. 7 Our little city is still booming and The hall boy had fairly split his 1 I
throat shouting directions to deaf persons j. I i
. ; everybody is busy. :
i,, Mr. M. A. Hunt and Eddie Wood who had called to see Mr ., ,
y a Schwartz Mr. Schwartz lived1 I,
in the
/ ; "" went to Lake Kissimmee last Saturday
fourth floor rear, right-hand apartment -
t a. afternoon where they spent some time I
through the long hall\ and up ,
t .. -I"l t shooting wild ducks. the back stairs It tooka good deal ;
A I :''i J Mr.. O. K. Roberts, of Bassinger, of shouting/ to make some folks understand ROSS GRAVES :
Y r passed through here Sunday night on that"I .
r" I, hu-way to Kissimmee. NEMO. never saw so many deaf people .
In my life." said the boy. "What on
earth are they all running np to \
Schwartz' for? Bicycles '.
sr, "Mr Schwartz has advertised a deatman'a
'-.. ilfl., ,, phonograph for sale." said a

l :) Happenings and Doings, Comings and neighbor. "He Is 'vel')"was hard of hearing HEADQUARTERS.f;f
Tbe phonograph especially
,1 ? Goings of that Lively Place. for htm. It has an unusuallyloud FOR FarmingSPORTING
tone. Nobody but the hard-of- Motor I. i
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bennin and children live with such entertain.
hearing can
/ r of Gotha were guests of Mr. and : ment. Mr. Schwartz to save trouble. p GOODS 1 Implements ry;
Ts ,. Mrs. W. E. Keene Thursday evening. has advertised for a deaf purchaser" Supplies

c Mr. Philip Bennin was in Windemere ; :

1 Tburaday'lookipg over the
a, i orange crop. Her Mind Relieved.

V' ic Mr. J. W. Miller of Kissimmee was i "Charley, dear," said young MIL Ammunition Guns Rifles FI r. }
+3, ,, looking over his grove here Wednesday. Torklns. "what Is a 'Jackpot and
t t h During his stay he was a guest of the "Why--er-a Jackpot Is a generilcontribution Fishing .!,
Hotel Kline. for purposes of charitable and Rifle Equipments, Hunting Garden H l .

r Mr. Cap Palmer of Wauseon Ohio donation." "
arrived Saturday for the winter. "Oh I Do you know I was afraid It Coats Leggins and Puttees : r'
had something to do with the wickedness -
,, Our school is closed this week on account .
,i w' of poUUc l" '
7, of sickness in the neighborhood. Camping Outfits and Athletic "r
y Mr. Clinton Bronson was a visitor in --- -- -
' Windemer-e Sunday. .

", Pr. Johnson and party* will leave Wau- Sewing i Supplies Pain is
the 21st inst. for Winde-
,. ,
.djatmOhio '
10 under good fence
t eretti eaR
Machines". and Oils i
with 100 peach trees 8
i **QJ*A. A. Taylor has Us house well ,
1 ''- .'O'Odei way and expects to move Into it early varieties-adjoining j i -

l UM'latter part of this week. Fowler Park $76O. .

} : t (;;';A;force of carpenter has begun work 'RAVES .

,on.Mrv.Lyons' hous 100 thousand acres cut-over ,

.4;, 'o'' ,Our community fs saddened by the land @ $3.10, good farmingland. <
'7.1:! .' :'death* of little Bertha Chamberlain .

JiI-::. itd l ..oce rred.saturday mowing. She 1 .
t ,.1" : Iw... the'joangest) child of Mr. aqd Mrs. J. M. WIJLLSON.Ja. ,'tJ. .

;-'_ '.Jil.? : (Chamberlain. and the family huti I

,'" :thti sympathy,of the entire, community; ,

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; ';i .5. S T r t ti ; 'I" ;
:, t Little Story of' 'Quarr*!'' That! III"., t Mt' .
if."t It. trsUs' Their Levi of Flourish : ; ,,iT

': ', 1 FOR SALE OR 'TRADE.$2S,000.OU and-Poies.LOTO ..... . 1 ".
Sunday "
\ :
of bluff Is a' curious, cbara- :
tensile of the 'negro: Sometimes the Bide l ,. ,
> : deadly raior becomes active with a :
.' :. : >. ': ' :" ' 'L > y ngeance;' ,' but soufUess"other: times B. T. !
.' ;: ., : ". t "' meraly'-flflurlstied: ,with jfrl&litful : ,: : .
worth of the CapitaVStoclTolf threats,,and boastings-: of Ita slashing. Monday ) s +

qualities\ .:, 'These'' '.are ranity ,poses.\ I W{) ) )
tIie'Citrus. Southern. Railway. 'Coin. One.J1Jht .rec'el\t1y..1.:lIa wra,..ttlkh giWing r W* ) >'
, picture of t.hle kind. I Wd :
pany -Cheap, ': one of crowd which' got oft to early I Worn ) "I
', .
f morning elevated train A DCgro' "
",,' J. J. BROPHY, I quarrel was In progress In front of a Pr y.. )
; 4 bouse on the opposite aide ot the
Orlando, Fla. street: and all 'stopped to watch It. '
One husky black was about _to apply 'I
an axe: to the cranium of a smaller
"---ti (ftfgro when an ally,of the lesser one S. S. t A o
threatened the husky Individual! witha :: 4'
Nelson, -.' . .. ., ,:
blackjack from behind. Thus It ,'
.' , .. stood-lf the axo- tell) OD, one skull .. .<
the blackjack wojild; descend on an:
I other. Neither participant seemed ,'..

" willing to "start anything." There p.m. +:
GRAPEFRUITOR was the tableau and It simply died h '
away like a moving picture climax ..e'rvlces' : ..o Y'
on the screen.

.$ ORANGE GROVE eet overtaxed Evidently the this, pat ence scene of' of the Inaction dusky .. 1'

spectators, for they( broke the lull by Wm.
tossing beer bottles at one. another. : +, li
IF YOU are going to plant a Grapefruit Grove M This I stepped too, was behind without a telegraph ginger. Just poleto M. : :: ::: :: .,, : ;j
far an Orange Grove buy your Trees from : .,
h- avoid the \flying glass an excited
\he Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries. old darkey appeared at the door and p. m. and .: jl
: QUAOT T COUNTS- Everything you get fromus Bred a shotgun over the heads of the Boys ; a .' l

is fir&t.C1a(5. Our favorable so'il and! location disputant .
make it possible for us to produce stock that has A peaceful citizen next 'to me was ,' :
.1q fro superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early taken to the hospital and I limped Gen' : 113 ':
Orange is far superior to 'the Parson Brown.roNNEK'S I home with bird shot In my legs! The Holy .
) I'KOI.mC GKAI'KFItUIT; IR the bratbudded j 1I'ld man's bluff was effective and the You : ... t
,. careful blacks dispersed seeking! their t.
variety now produced anywlwr.V have the I these
largest: stock, of two-year rapt-l'ruit, buds in KloriduWrite beds to dream of flocks of chickens ................
for I'atulofrue.! full of Kc"l ideas j ''iiK'tetstionH. See our Agent !' / >'
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i 'Bible ( I tl
to Stand Alone I or You Never 9 r ;
Ocklawaha Nurseries TANGERINE I Will Become Strong or ..
FLORIDA I I II" i I Original. Chri
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""" -- 1 Power Is the goal of every" worthy evening ,.
anihltlon.! and l only tilness, romps l'rnv<
from Imitation or nn> s OII!>OIl Swi'lt Marden: In Sue .. s'
I revs \T.' "I.IIIP. tiowor: is I i.olfdevpltcll rJv
< I I' ,1 \ .!''inTatodVo rannot In f ,
Osceola I LumberCompany ",. ror! tltr strength of our nmi-'clOH' hy Ki-v. '

sluing! In n iiniM-niri and letting an ,
ilhcr crew l 1'.e for tit day at 1 1 < > .
\:<,t1> 'IIIK clso" so dfflroyn the power (' ..
--- to stand. jlouo aa the JmblL 'If( 10'iQlnS' ) ) t ,P._,,;! :
'i upon others. If yon !lean you will Guild \ "': -- .1
never ln) strong or original. Slnnd: !
- i 11 i-v ; IN- --- -- alone or bury your ambition to br
., somebody In the world:' J "
The mnn who tries to itlve Ids !Ill ,f
and Dressed Lumber .
Rough : "
M\ | Iryy
, :. dren n start In the world BO that th,' "\ fiuiis l ) .,' ..
will not have so hard a time ns 1I. ho [Ufi'l, tract-t / ( 'J r
IH. unknowlnRly bringing dlstntcr!. : upor l h. r I '- ,' 1 , .,
4' WINDOWS, DOORS 1h..111'hat h<> calls. ..;IvSim them, f angee.' | | ( | '
tart:. will (irobahly give! they i er <]untH, 'tw'C; I ' y '
SHINGLES LATH BRICK, LIMEyNOVELTY back ,ln the world Young' !: p<'' I Ilk) n', fered. 1 ') I > > I I .... .
\ i all the mr live power they cnn .,el 1 I ..
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L WORKS ,. .They 'are: naturally leanera. 1utIt ,r" : i I --. '.
copiers and It Is eiisy for th:>ni t Ali I ., a fV, RH.
vrlop Into echoes Iniltattona 't ln-v I I : ,
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL i will not walk alone wblle von fur I. C
crutches will l" !
; they nn upnn-yu, i lu.t'nt Tax .
!qftgjiB.; \, you-will let tbeni" Ir''
;ru>" .. ?* .."" Free Delivery to All.Parts ol City .? ..... / take 1 l #i: .I : ; : ';\ti:, i''
'. : ly. : waming' ''

t . I Peqple''' i of' Star Island, Faye" Celia| I ; !; ; \s' :: / t
-- -' - - - - ---- ;
Thaxter. Grind Out Sounds With 1 : : circular: s

| Tremendous Exertion 4
AIIIOIIR people ol ,average musical | "
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f. \\ i I'lin 'liPid| | 4 mi' fin. r, iirinieiliuti': -luprrit'i! dblllty tliro. I Is i IHSK singing' than there< 1 1'jst'd
BEANS PEAS R""YEr '0 be. Nearly everybody enjoys if
singing, mid! there was n 'tfve when I
I M" ,- "t t "' ( ;JaMi-M., I
t c..npl.|' t me '>ultr.Sup[pin' !
nearly ovoilKidA1" "as.; xpectcil.( on ocfiihiiin. !
in " | to hliiRLlut. from different afl
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cniibes--it more exacting standard (he J I :
The oloel Suo 206 E. Sfr t ,
Houle Ih Ihe sun E. A. MARTIN & COMPANY jcKbKfntE 81))[ FlA I rivalry ol the i l'/ton"/I'/t"lI.! > / "' md 1 other and !; \ I M
reii8oiih nniHtetir Rl( iiiH<*'iM are feweriltnri and : I
they wie li(I In a matter for regret !.'' ; r s
\--t I / fioui one point ol vlow. and from \ : l ;l I \ /
.' ,iinothiT for rcjolcliiK.In \ / !!
:." I n 'lecently imlilNhed, 1 litter 'elta ,\rrana ."" ,< > I
j,, Tbnxlrr' tells. how HOIIIO of the Star ,IM I
'lo'nn-l' l folk' *, HnrlTig' her lire .te l 1cnce :
S A\\ MM- I"!. .. of Shoalfl. used to "In| !K. \ '
Fall Fertilizing I "'fI''lr;) hinging: slit d'dared.'a.; J M ,, j !
triiU .th'toi ihlnitK.' lucked 1 might. .say I
fOX i n.< I.Hli'v' ; 1 !,i'-v -411{ 8tI\ (preciselyas I I
If < \\prtt-ii* nlutng nand, and 1 I I'
1\ Citrus Growers grind' ""ill 'In. i-oili.if: with such cxtr.Ion -
1, l .. .1 'hni, rle*ir It.. t H. hecome crimson :
., 1 I '. ', 1'hr "';I>"I- fin Full Y.'rtilI7I11K art- tit'ly,' jTi"' <,'n1<'d" mi, 'ern' th'-jr, jot, -lifTutYouih's ('ompanitm j
; new free hook "lltl"01
1. Citrus (Growers; Look Ahead !, I ; .

;'' Seed fOIl u copy Now i i- tin- time 101M" the foundation t..1 Her Mind. '
: I l
: next yi-ar's crapIdeal!' i I 4 uning couple ,hail. l 1) f tor' i-veriil venrs and the, young man I .
I ": *
Fertilizers ..-end to be In no liujrry to marry. .
i Finally one' dAY, ho sl\l '
'Sal, I (citnna itiarry I thee""How's I
Night Source Right Proportions ( that?" .ibkcd. she.. t t
rt'r Might Pricey l luht: Ke!*ultw. I "I've changed my mind," enid he. '
.' 1 ; i "Well, I'll\ tell (bee what we'll do' II I I ') E
rk' Call on our local n-prc-Bontativo. I I said she. "If folks .know that It's I ,
r ;1 Waters & Carson Grocery Co., thee as has given me up I stiunna be I t
:1'v or address able to get another chap; but If they
thing 've given thee I a' 'S
S up can get

l { Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.Jt oar:s:Ile, all lished I want.And, when So we'll the have wedding banns pub day !I [ '' ; r S

comes the parson will-\ Bay: to thee
'Wilt thoU have this woman for thy: '
wedded wife and thou must say 1 .+y+s
,- ------ : - will.! '
,; : And when be says to me 'Wilt
thou h. Ye this man to be thy: wedded
M,. n J. W. THOMPSON husband I shall say 1 wlnna.'" I 1 '
I :
h The day: came and when the minister W.
I Yennetp.ButIen P.and I asked the .Important question the ;
FUNERAL DIRECTOR man answered. "I wftL** :
Then the parson said to the woman: t, c

"Wilt thou hare this man to be thy 4, t 7 w.
ti BERBER SHOP wedded husband. and she said: :
"Why" 'eald the ycrang man furiously :
thnu.e: : "you said you; would Say 'I wlnna. ,
; Cold Drinks X
t OppO.iW tatr Cigars "1 knoW-tha*;" said the young
I t
r wo>gsn."butr'rye, ( changed my, mind '. .
KissJinmee FU since."Matfonal" Monthly. '
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UNIVERSAL A.Medial View ef the Oaotor-e Charge *

Fop Hie Services .' PLO IDA ONSALE V t<*

ROAD MOVEMENT Those trbo discuss.1;'the pb1.l' ta. e' '

; fee. frequently miss the essence of It.As ., ., ,11
a matter of fact, under present :'

social: conditions the charge made to .

JEveiy Countij 'Represented at the wealthy and well''to do la tbe normal The Sale 'of Florida is j

,!' Wl '" I,'1'' l and proper fee; the fortunate lowered Big Land Now 'Goin1IPEJf.
:t. charges: 'made to those less ;
-- International Congress. ari'concessions: ." lie tremeundouu'flea .

:: (: ': 't 'of the physician's charity ls thereforetjsualj..nnlorcstlmated With Great Rapidity ;

) for 1t extends 1
11 ;:7 rSPEECHES"'BY7AFT: AND KNOX to a great majority t>it his pattenU. i : i

In olden times when medicine was lti

r wD :;, the nearly fee all was art unknown.and but Like little other science artists If you want large.. acreage, ,. you want to see as. We hate it by the millions :f, : ,!\

, t .....14.nt Declares Improved High. tbe leech.received an honorarium, 7 "'
; ways Should Be National Isiue--Cooperation the weight of which depended naturally .. ': '"
I . s" Neoessary If Movement I. upon tbe resources of the patient i

... to '.uoo..d.r The popular Impression that physicians BELOW IS A FEW OF THE LARGE TRACTS WE ARE OFFERING FROM OUR BARGAIN COUNTER .
make the rich pay for the poor Is .
; tTbo movement for the Improvement Incorrect. They extend their services to oN . )
r'' f ;I. of highways' throughout the world it all alike and all are supposed to pay as 16,000) acres in DeSoto County southwest of Arcadia. '.

: ,lowly! _,but rarely ,advancing.' This much as_they ,can afford, for services 6.25Oacres< near the city of Lakeland, in"a solid body on Price $6.50 per acre. ::.-
tact, of so much Interest to those whore really priceless and Impossible to rep I .
i the railroad. This is good heavy, rich land well adapted to the ----
; for the'want of better resent adequately In money values.Any
\ growing the highest grade of aa.rdenineproducts.. Flowing OO town of Leesburtr. a '
road, was ahowo at the fourth International attempt made to establish stand lO, acres in Surater County, near "
.t i food roads congress and ext : ard. fees by law la sure to work inJustice wells can be obtained. Price $10 per acre., ra.pldlyarowinawinter and (summer resort on' railroad, lands ,' .(

position held In Chicago from Sept '18 to the physician. The "stand adapted to arowinaof citrus fruits and i'ardeninaproducts..

k to Oct. L ard" fee would hare to be much higher 36.0QO acres on'F. E. C. Rwy.. in practically a solid< body, Lease on all except 2.OOO acres of this'tract. This is an excellent ;

Ev.ry Country Interested. than the average fee at present method and free of leases. About 30 to40* per cent' of this tract is virgin bargain. Price $3.1.5 per acre. '
there would have to be some
1 Almost every country on earth wair of enforcing Its sure payment Only timber the balance good muck and prairie lands.. Price.. $9.00per

d dos the represented convention at with the standard fixed, as now, by acre. 18.000 acres in Saint Johns Cojjnty. practically solid body

sbowltig bow the ability ot the wealthy Is It possible within eight miles east of Hastings, three miles from F. E. C. '

1 M widespread tbe for tbe poor to receive the benefits of 50.000 acres in Hamilton County fairly well together, Rwy., bordering inland waterway; 7,500 acres 'now free of'

necessity for bet- the highest professional skill without 28,000 acres trees of leases now, 15,000-acres to be'deliveredJan. leases balance 5.OOO: acres annually beainninaJarrJ. &t, 1912

ter thoroughfares losing Medical their JournaL self reepect.-N.w'York 1 st ]1912. These are good lands. well adapted to general until all, is delivered. Price $6.00 per acre.
U and how wide
:agricultural-purposes such as cotton corn cane and potatoes.The .

movement the field for this has POWER OF MUSIC.The tract as a whole at $4.75 per acre, Or will sell in tracts of 9875 acres ill Levy County, Florida. These lands are cut- ? >,,

K become within from 5.OOO acres up'at $5.00 per acre. over pine lands with productive loam soil and will grow all of

"Vhe last few Awakening That Came to Ste- ** the Southern staple crops sudh as sea island cotton, corn, cane .

1 years. pKeneon on Hearing Ole Bull. 107,000 acres in Lee County remote from transportation, etc., and in addition are suited for fruit growing and winter truck
The good roads Ole Bornemann Bull who wa one of some good cypress muck and prairie lands.' Price $3.00 per farming.: There are numerous good farms in the locality, and
congress was the famous wizards of the violin to acre in fee simple. wherever trucking has been attempted theresults have beeiv
i j A' held under the the nineteenth cenfury, had little difficulty very successful. This tract is of convenient size to handle for

I, >,; TATT. auspices National of Good tbermratDurr in swaying an audience by the 21,700 acres of virgin pine timbered lands in Polk County, subdivision purposes, and those interested in a proposition of

Roads. associations, of which Arthur C. magic his of favorite hi* wonderful Instrument performanceon in a solid body, near railroad estimated to cut 45 million feet of this kind shouKfinv' stigate immediately.
r Jackson, one of the greatest boosters The great violinist was greatly ad- pine .65 crops of turpentine boxes and 15 million feet of cy \

n ; i that the good roads cause haa is presi I mired by Stephenson the inventor of press. Price $8.00 per acre in fee simple. I 21.000 acres in Duval and Nassau counties Florida. Gar- ..

l gent The Chicago meeting was attended the locomotive, although the latter den lands situated near the fast growing city of Jacksonville. '

by some of the niost prominent President had little appreciation of music in his : 21,000 acres in Wakulla County, practically solid body ; on I" The soil is a productive loam dark in color and will produce
: In the including
men country
t Taft and Secretary of State Phl- soul.. A call of same nature Bull's one. day the railroad, 25 miles south of Quincy the famous tobacco town. profitable crops of all the winter vegetables such as celery, lettuce -
Slepnenson Ole home.After.
Dander C. Knox.President took to had been 6,840 acres free of timber 3,000 acres more to be delivered cabbage cauliflower beans etc. A hard shell road is now

E Taft attended the congress tran.acted- the business the inventor on hand arose to go each year beginning Jan. 1st, 1912 until entire tract is deliv being built from Jacksonville through this tract. The proximityof

,, a while on his "around tbe circle" swing. whereupon the master pressed him to ered. This tract is adapted to general agricultural purposes.: this tract to Jacksonville assures a ready market for all sorts _.h
u ,F He delivered an interesting address in remain and bear tbe tones of a famous Price $3.75 per acre. of produce. 10.5OO] acres free. from timber reservation Jan. 1.

h' y e which be declared that better roads violin which bad lately come into his -- 1912, and the balance released in two equal installments one
q should be a national Isine. as there lanothing
:-+- so important at present to the possession.Ole 65,000 acres all virgin will cut 150 million feet pine and and two years from that date. Price $7.00 per acre.
t I
Bull to
(, j country as good highways. began explain: marvelous 8 million feet of cypress. Good soil adapted to citrus fruits and
/ construction of the violin tbsb .
$ trucking. Price $6.50 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance one and two 6345 acres in Osceolacounty, adjoining the corporate limits
All Suffer From Bad Roads. perfect exactness required in each
}* t. -
I and in the vicinity of KISSIMMEE.
.:. Farmers are not the only ones who minutest part Tbe Inventor became years. .
require good thoroughfares, the president Interested in the Subject Finally Ole Kissimmee is the county seat of Osceola county. Has a

f1' said. The whole world. In fact Bull explained hew tbe sound waves 2.200 acres cypress and phosphate, will cut 10 million feet population of 4,000. and is one of the most progressive towns in
: feels the effect of bad roads. were produced and the relation of the Florida. Is located on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga and on the
ot also vast quantities of hard wood entire tract under-
:> Mr. Knox: also made a speech at the different parts to their production. cypress main line of the Atlantic: Coast Line Railway and terminus of
laid with A at $20.000

made bow across the strings- in a Ry. Climate most equable winter and summer and unsurpassedby
\ ...
,burst of-exquisite music. 22.000 acres in Saint Johns County parctically a solid. i any place on the globe.. Purest and best artesian water ob-
Stephenson listened spellbound. Ole body, 12 miles southeast of Hastings the famous potato section tained in this section in unlimited quantities at 75 to 250 feet.
Bull played on. When the music finally on the F: E. C. Rwy., also on the inland waterway; 8,800 Healthiest town in the United States. Death rate 'less than 3
died Stephenson t Burst into
tears and away sobbed. "There has been acres free of leases, balance delivered in tracts of 4,400 acres to the 1,000. Is in the center of the trucking industry of Flor. .
9th 1911 until all is delivered. Price ida and home of the '
something in my life that was lackIng annually beginningOct. orange grapefruit pecans, peaches and
and at last I've found out whatit $6.00 per acre. fruits of all kinds. Price and terms on application.

is." -

We have orange grove, truck lands, city property-anything.from a $100 l lot to a 107,000 acre tract. Tell us your requirement ;
Escaped the Bullets. and will fill them at price that attractive.
Dr. James Cralk who was Washing' we are .
ton's family physician was with the '11-

T : ,Yi < Father of His Country in the expedition .
I against the 'French aid Indiana .
','I It 't.. \ In 1794 and the next year be attended 1
": :. General Braddock In his fatal campaigning H. M. : BREAKER & C O M P A NYFLORIDA. ;,

., Fifteen years later while '
S exploring: wild lands In the western TV: I S SI M M E E Over Osceola Pharmacy .
districts of Virginia Dr. Cralk encountered
a band of Indians fed by an

: aged chief who Informed tbe physician -, .. -
.' through an Interpreter that be
had made a long journey to see Colonel
Washington at whom in the battle
of Monongahela be bad fired hla rifle Ar Y U Going toBiiild?

.. fifteen times and ordered all his young ,
men to do the same. In fact, Washington -
bad two horses killed uflder .
him that day and his coat was pierced
'-h. with four bullets, yet be left the battle-
4 a A. '- ABTHCB a JACKBOM. field unacratened. ..twol

.lack of Interest that is being shown by dAn
: ; i politicians toward tbe good roads A Chemical Experiment i saootrcrs r
r" cams When the genial"Quaker.? Isaac T. ,
1tr r On. of.the most interesting features Hopper, met a boy with a dirty faceor
t i 5.. -,' o f the congress was a photographic. hands he would atop him and in-

!. gt, exposition pertaining to public high' quire if be ever studied chemistry. 1'' ''L11' EJvIIIJiiri' I '"
P1 ."+ I "ways and streets. Here were shown The boy with a wondering/ stare

r {4 ,I pictures of roads in various parts of would answer "No" 11 ,,: '
; : the country both before and after Improvements "Well. then, I will teach thee how to
't// bad been made. All those perform a curious chemical experi Innovation in Oil HeatersThe r
t J> fr
1a; t who were fortunate enough to witness ment. said Friend Hopper. "Go ; I,
R this display were unanimous In agreeing home take a piece of soap put it in -t Ill -
r '' water and rub it briskly on thy bands ..",. -
L ? that the advantages tbe Improved Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater with its
and face. Thou hast no idea what a
roads many. had over tbe old ones were beautiful froth it will make and how drums enameled in turquoise is an ornament to any The U. S. Government has bought Neponset

'f4 much whiter thy akin will be. That'sa Paroid Roofing every year since 1896 often
The convention proved two Important room whether in the country or city home.
N -s facts-Ort, that the movement. chemical experiment: I advise theeto a million square feet at a time-for use at
t; ", for better roads is worldwide in scope try It"-Life of Isaac T. Hopper. No home is quite complete without a Perfection O3 home, Alaska, Panama and the Philippines r

A and, second, that a wide cooperation Anbl.nt Hl.tory Heater. It is a necessity in the fall and spring when it is too the coldest .as well ar the hottest climates.
la required It good highways are to I bet -
:f .tome general. "I'm satisfied." said the young man warm to start the regular heating apparatus and too-cool to be Do you need stronger proof of the wearing qualities, 'economy1); ,f,.

t t, r..' \\I Mud Have Co-operation. who was just home from college, "that without heat. In the midst of winter it is often convenient as and the satisfaction that NEPONSET Paroid Roofing affords? ......

:;j ; ;I- A local road improvement dub la a the science before of the electricity flood. was understood an auxiliary heater as there are always some cold corners Do you want proof nearer home? We will give it. to you .-

1t' ',: I good thing. In this way tbe local road "Don't be a fool." snorted the old in a house. We will tell you where you can see a NEPONSET Paroid RooC :."I(/
', Improvement authorities can have thai gentleman. See how it looks learn how long it has been on, and hear what it
The enameled heater always present a DICe appearance as !the the owner has to about it.NEPDN3ET.
I benefit of cooperation. "Beg pardon but Noah moat hare say 1f '
t } It is ark enamel wiH not tarnish or burn off. It b not an "enamel paint. but iris t
essential certainly Wed some kind of an
t to the light" the same as the enamel of your cooking uteoiil : PAROID Roofing.{I .

w permanent success The Perfection b the most reliable and convenient portable heating
4a + 1 of a local Warned. device you can find. An autornatkaJly-locking] flame spreader prevent* i* old on.proof, not promUei.NCPMSCT s
1 club that it Engaged Man-Love met Why, the '
://4 1 .road turning the wick high enough to smoke. / PAROID R-n.. for the NC-ONSCT PROSLATE Rorfte.. for :
q ..,have a xJeflnlte- actually/ counts the kisses I give heel ; rood sod ttdam of barn*. .t}blaa poulirrbulldinvv rood and idea of re.tdtnces..d all bolld-
;, ., .and continuous Cynical Frlend-Tbat. bad. She may .... .., A.k ve.e.: : trusts Slate' '"fire.color. Co t.iou thanhtallm. tap calling for arllatic rood and aiding. 4
'A'., perform.It It after marriage Boston pJCION .rr ei' ; Looks Ilka ihlnglea. war like alata.
( / .. work to, keep up your For brooder 'houae aheda and tempor. NC-SNSCTWATERPROOr t
that: ; lowot 8."...h
i-t. should seek to Transcript art bulidiep i require roobny. r
,, .. . .. Standard OH Company MeNEPONSETREtXROPERMAis. Far Plor tare under clapboards and ahlnsrlea. .
' s' .... ..Jr; ,assemble' all information : I lnaorsoralad> ulterior in very r".pect to tarred fell. It In walla of residences, etc. Keep out '
r,,' 1 ,, than One of Those Crazy Questions./ .. .1' bu bean the standard low-cost: roofing. for dampness, cold and draughts Cuts testwenty'ave .
.. .. __ eo ,._ bills_Ibl/d.
Jones I
k'might be of local wi "Well. great "guns. see .
4 < "." ,;value la 'solving you're,wearing glasses What
". ;. ; :problem..f road \; "For a sprained knee, you Darned George N. Saunders ,
.l'i4i \" ';til41D JulatrJtJoo..cQT" a nos: Loop! What do 'you pipposeT"' *Toledo -SOLD :

t' (l '.1 aV 't, jxmstJTJcdon xand maintenance mil Blade. > '
;.i 1 i ;I 'I iitf .:'..boora help the road authorities In'car- a BBIBBBBBBaBBBBSBBIB' BBB BBBBB>> >B>aB ft ... BOAT BUILDER W. .B. BY--7 .,

':, \. ,:qt f oat la.tfif best manner the dax,1r I Another TreubfeCThe'tremble / / KISSINMEB! : i
i..1'f.tbelr'oiIlUona.. At the sam with moat, men Is that Aged t for"Fenro'.pd"Eagle"EnginesGtk ; ti
: they.>ant to beat b.tall.-the time) _< hale lacaUM fin eshMr- r
# + ( ..ypm.'tho: ::'clob jshould J not:hesitate'.toV4oflt .
a1tt I ItX i and are never .willing to 0o may fl ld- : FLORIDA -, '
: L fftclent a.n4 thoroacta work :4' KISSIMMEE -
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S potato prices are found to' Justify iinportaUon ;

p'Itp'' i' of, foreign spuds w.llen.Ute
j price level la"2;:centa per pound or '
mure. Wben the price la less than this )

the,_'surplus produced" In E1II'O ean'countrtea SELECT RUGS

o s Your :Tailor? Is.manufactured Into alcoholor : .
4HFETRiGG- used, a* a ration for farm animal. ,

TLe'only gorilla ever brought to New Velvet.seamless1;; .* .- -..z.--,jr; ... -$16'up. ;
. . ....... I bomeslcknesa.:' ,
''' =' York alive IJI deed 'foIf 2x54In., ,-' ..'. i ,- ,? $ .15up.

..-t' The animal waa a female and would 'Axminsters, 9x12 .: '.. v .. $1 ZS, up. i r,
not eat; bence 'It slowly starved to .
death.- Sixty of her companions; male 'Tapestry-2Tz64' <=" '.- \: $3 up.. J '

Though the weather'Is warm" there's bound'' and,female, died when attempts were 'These' come in a:varietyvof colors and patterns j .

to, be a chanre<.. Why preparedfor It? L. made to bring them from their native -
We are the cal representatives .of the Ed,. .l.OUa RIVER, haunt.In Africa to this country:' -We have a f-assortment'of tha'popular'andf I inexpensive'Crex .

'y. Price Co:, Merchant Tailors, of Chicago Every OREGON.COJtlU:51ONO VALLEY ruffs, so firmly woven that dirt willnot sift through.-

," year 200,000 particular men buy their clothes of A friend who Is a careful student'of' Sizes'' 6x9 from $6'.2S: up. Sizes 8xlO' from $T'up., "
: [ fCt hablta call attention tothe
bird life and .
this company. The reason is that fit, style and M .
DGIICITEl1" Sizes 9x12 $7.60
;+ Interesting difference In qualitybetween up. I
quality always give satisfaction. .
tbe soofs of Mississippi ;valley -
Come in and examine outs large line of samples This. matter .....t not be reprinted.with-' :: and Dakota plains meadow' larks, Small, rugs 56x72, $1.50 27x54. In. $1... 1
and look over the latestcuts::: of correct out special pcrmlMlon.
b the notes of the latter In his opinion WASHABLE
fashions. We will take your measvire and your due to a drier condition of atmosphere, ., .. .-- -- _.. ._ __ .. .
order will be promptly filled. -and-clearer-than-those -" - :
.. __' .Jx--..- -The national-appleanow-the* belnc sweeter 1
For tl1oseVho'do hot care, to wait we have a eat event of the year horticulture, of their more easterly 'cousins.

complete line of ready-made garments. "X win be held In Spokane, Wash., this Kissimfnee Furniture Company- ,

year., the date set being Nov, 23-30. Tbt farmers In the dry belt wbo
Lave been prevented from thrashing
]. Emory Rush
Many a shock of corn is bard hit their, scanty. yield of wbeat through ,
from heavy tall rains through failure unusually:: heavy rains, which have

to make second and later tie above prevailed lately, have the fact to. con- .
the first when the fodder 'was cut and sole them that these rains held cap .
Katz'sHunting which hasi become loose through a tive In the mellow' soil .and properly ; :

'Shrinkage of tbe stalks and le. ea. conservedy aCne surface mulch : -. '

.. next spring, will insure a crop' next k' <* ;
A flab hatchery in Oregon has just ..eaeoaFoliage I

started its "Incubators" going with -. Sweaters Scarfs. ,.4
.' 10,000,000 'salmon eggs These will plants of rare and beautiful --1"* ,
be given proper "brooder" accommodation leaf can be had for Indoor 'display by: "
: and when old. enough to forage Setting slips from one's neighbor or ,
for themselves will be liberated in the a nearby greenhouse and inserting Mufflers : '

streams of the Pacific slope. them in water until tiny roots are vie- }
ible. They may then be transferred to- ; ',,'f i lid

Tbe fact la certainly not appreciatedas permanent pots previously filled with' f

fully as It should be that no food rich and mellow earth. The plants Ladies' Sweater Coats, double breasted with. roll col- r
Is so beneficial aa milk in Increasing tfhould be well watered and kept in a lar in self or contrasting colors, two pocket. White Gt3'to';' $5

SeasonOPENS the quantity and Improving the quality warm room. t and colors, ., . '.. .' t
-- of blood and-thus building up a de-
pleted' and rundown physical system.A The bed of panslee which has furnished '- Misses' and children sweaters, white with* sailor ' ,
quart a day with all of tbe putter a profusion of beautiful bloom collar in navy or cardinal, ?' $275cto81.50-
fat.will do the business. during the past season will keep nicely -

NOVEMBER FIRSTAre :: through tbe winter If given mulch Girls' and boys' plain sweaters, sizes 3 to 10.years, t : i
The sumac and hard maple stand covering of spent manure or straw Ut- yf j

you ready with your gun and ammunition? We at the head perhaps, in the popular esteem ter. One lady we knew used an old Knitted scarfs, 2i yds. long, in white, some with ?
for their gorgeous leaf coloring, carpet for this purpose, and her pan- stripes of white silk, others with colored stripes in ,
: are headquarters for everything in that line that you will but in seasons when the leaves of tbe ales came through the winter nicely plain and raised effects. There are also scarfs In I I

want on your hunting trip. In our stock you will find the hazel 1 brash have time to ripen naturalJy and were ready to bloom by $be time solid blaok. 50c'to $2, ,

very gun that you have in mind. ""* they produce a variety as well as the wind flowers opened.An Phoenix and LaMode mufflers in wool and mercerized *)'P'

Our new stock of ammunition has just arrived, insuring a qulpt richness of coloring that 1* un fact'of sugar'beet cul- black, white, and colors. A pew design has a turn- ;
.. surpassed.In interesting over portion at the top that gives extra warmth, 506 to $ '
you absolutely fresh shells, and the. various sizes and ture Is that tbe beets from which the r lt ,,-

loads' are all to be found in our stock. For the very beat Cairo Eio i where the Mohammedan seed for commerce Is. raised are not Children's toques in white and colors.
religion holds sway, dogs are as one would naturally suppose, the f It
results Red W" brand ammunition.
held sacred and practically swarm in largest beets obtainable, but little fellows iY
tbe streets. As one passes through ) about an Inch in diameter, which
W. carry the beat and mot complete line of Sporting some of tbe small town. in America are secured by sowing thickly the seed

the number of dogs 'be'seen: would from highly pedigreed plants. The
Mrs. E.
Good be found in t/tig Pearce
section of Florida
seem to justify tbe belief that the fol- Germans, who are among the pioneers .
lowers of Mohammed were getting a In beet culture call these seed beets .. 'I.

The CASH HARDWARE STORE footholds "stecbllnge." - -,

With prices of hay ranging as high It Is well to keep In mind the fact .
Citizens Bank Building Kusunmee,: Florida I as at present.there would hardly seem that tbe soil in tbe orchard may be- ,

t- i II to be any need for urging the best come badly soured and disordered by -
I possible care to be given in tbe han leaving piles of cull apples to rot, as 1 wt, .". .i t '
dling of stalks straw and other' forms has been the case tbe past few weeksin EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES 1

, \ of ronsbage. Before another "growing many sections. It Is far better to t
season rolls around bay will be a remove such cull stuff from the or- SUCCESS THE SAME W Y'I,'

H mighty scarce article and tbe price chard entirely Jtmt-.lf such piles have t---
out of'sight. been ,allowed to rot tbe spots should BY SAVING MONEY -=--

be sweetened with a generous sprinkling Do want to be successful' Start saving Put ,
you now.
Truck F-arms. The consensus of opinion of those of slaked lime or ground lime your In
'who have had experience in dry farm. 'stone. '
m ing is that land Sloping'to the northor I
northeast U best suited to the pur-; One off'the: most eminent physicians
AND QRAN'GE' GRO.VES' pose.. This Is due to tbe fact that land of the country states that a'vant majority ' .
with such slope .Ia not exposedso ilK \ _of the misery folks suffer from We have more Savings Accounts than* any'other $ankUln 4

278 acres of land near'St, Cloud, convenient to school and church on rertly: to'"'tbe rays of 1be .sun; ,tows 111 health could be: prevented! by. know. ) Oceola' County, > ' , .' '
a main traveled road, land practically all leyel. This is improved; less moisture from evaporation and is edg of simple laws of health and A Savings Bank loaned FREE.;: If you haven't procured y
worth $25 per acre. ,Particulars to interested parties. Kansas less Hkfjy to suffer, from hot winds.. making tbe most possible of the aid to one, do so at once .

warty interested in this proposition, who might accept lands in be got from nutritious food, sunshine ------
Kansas for all except $2250', which can run about one year. Not only does the orchnrdlst who and fi>sh air. Ills statement. .it'trustworthy AITBUB B. DoxIl A.M. .ldeDt ,W. _. XoBTon, CMbI.rr..
We also tave 10 acres just across the- road from this about one-third takes scientific M-are of his trees jrulan ; means tbat If people would
of whTffh! is Iii good bearing orange and grapefruit glove and some extrti price for bill frn -,#} 'i? tliordis live as they ought to live the medical
tangerines. Good stables, sheds good place for grain, two wells, a short crop, but he Is well IRIfor profession would practically be put -
3-rootned; house, just across the road, belongs with this property. this care even when he sells on a flush out of business. --- :
All the laud in cultivation, and splendid land, too Price $1500,
market, for It la under such conditions ...
u. "'
+ on favorable!; terms of paymer.L ,
especially tint quality counts an fruit An nrtlrlolu recent issue of this *
NUMBER 103. of a ,
Ninety land located
acres four miles from Kin- ,
other attention
that is given no spraying or .
simmee, less than one mile from railroad station school and department \blch outlined the bond .
church. Most of this is excellent orange land in good orange docs not Justify paying freightto ; Issue plan foA raising/ funds for high .

i grove country. balance fine for trucking and growing all kinds pet It to murker.An way improve nt In Jacksou. county. .

t.. of crops. Several young orange trees, one large pear tree, about Ore., gave tbe Vpiount raised In 1910 ? ,
one acre of sweet potatoes, and five or six acres more just ready Interesting trait of wntcrfowl for road work U $900'2. Instead of ,
\ to put out to citrus fruits this fall. Good 4-roomed house, fine that most every hunter Is acqualnodwltn ( 1 $* .042, while the\valuatlon of I property :
porch, house just newly painted--just the place to grow a fine Is that when wounded on the water In tbe county was given us $5OOO,
-1'1. orange grove and Beep, a bunch of stock. Price $3.600, one-fuurth they will almost invariably crawl OOO, when the autpint should bare r s
"" cash, balance on any favorable terms to suit purchaser. Inuit tiyr "tiy.ih .
out on land while If winced on been $50,000,000. As the figures appeared -
.d NUMBER: 109.Forty acres of land quarter of a mile from railway they will ns often seeji) refuse!: In nearby the amount Valued for roadwork w
I station, ,100 yards from school and church, all good land. Twenty- water. Tbe redhead, oue of the annually: wn 2<\per rent of the IIi
five acres of it roods for citrus fruit land, 10 acres cleared and most highly prized of gamp birds. has total property valuutlonTof the county,
ready to plant to About 15
oranges. acres low land,. well
a atlll more exasperating habit of dlv- which Is at a glance' an absurd si tun'
: drained tine for trucking. A
s-roomed house with two fire places, Pi ,
:, 'Jug when woiihilod, and seizing hold of tlon. -g
two porches, stables, about one dozen bearing orange trees. Price v ,)
1600; half cash, balance favorubje terms. Eight per cent on deferred some water plant and (hero dylnir- tt
payments. -- The boldest tree 'grafk' that has d
SMALL TR CK' FAUM.-We have one and three-fourths acres of The story Is familiar of the donkey been pulled off in a long Hide la being t t
land near-the high school building, right up in the city, extra fine I that ate heartily of dry prunes iiiul In worked by a bunch, of get Ich-qulck .t
e land fine flowing well Bub-irrigated\ by the.Santord system. crossing,: a broad ford got; them son kcd chaps In several eastern statan. They Fc"rt1A'reel ,
This is a fine tract of land and will be sold at a bargain price on up, with the' result that they ponded are selling cjranlde of pots sum to( r
favorable terms. Will introduce purchaser to owner and let them so that the animal burst asunder." But. deadly poison) at several dollars a I
deal direct. not until this season has the writer pound to be used in vaccinating trees

FINE SUBURBAN HOME.-Twenty-three and a half acres of land noticed apples developed during a dry for tbe cure or prevention of thy! diseases attsburgh Perfect"
, '. adjoining) the city limits. Can drive off
right marl road onto season dropping In August and several from which they be suf
thus property. Here you have the freedom of country, yet enjoy weeks. later bursting theIr skins fol may Wire Fencing is best all
This other through
ferlng. or dope Injected
?' city advantages, with high school and church privileges; 225 bear- rains through absorbing any C ;
' lowingcopious
. Ik' ing orange trees, some Japanese persimmons" a 6-roomed house, beneath the bark of trees can have The wire is drawn from special quality of {
the In a
'\i' moisture from damp grass open
\ with not the slightest effect in i
a porch across one end and one side, 3-roomed servant house curing: or
" THE-BEST hearth .
which they lay. tough, pliable, strong long lived -
cow barn chicken house and yards. Price (4,250. preventing tree ills, and so far aa do.
k I We have 10 acres adjoining this land unimproved, half of it fenced Ing any good is concerned, such dopemight WIRE like old-time iron wire. It ia the.finest fencing X
and in cultivation. Price $1,600. This could be laid out into city A reader of these notes inquires If it I Just as well be put In a beta In wire possible to manufacture.C v
\ lots, if deal red, will injure seed corn which has been the ground out,back of tbe barn. lr nlzin*"Heavily' galvanized by our own new and perfect '"'e

'I"t" NUMBER 99.-Four acres of land about two miles from town, 3- gathered tome little time to be left out I Perfect El00*"* the wino is positively moisture-proof.
.J'' "t, roomed house, land all in cultivation. Price $400. Time on half in a rain. Provided it waa where tbe sun Within the past two years several The fact that .. ?c
If desired. shine It and dry'it out InJury -
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'\ f'' NUMBER 113.-Forty-five acres of land two miles from Kisslmmee, would result unless a bard freeze been distributed by:: the game waraena are Electrically elded- t

;,,: ... all good land; 15 acre. of fine bearing grove, consisting of oranges, caught the corn unprotected with this of several northern states among farm-, not only eliminates; the weakening and ''ttte'sans
\. grapefruit tangerines, mandarines and many other varieties of moisture In the germ and cob. By far moisture-gathering
era, wbo agreed to look after them and wraps, clamps .
.r choice fruit; 8-robmed house, stables, packing house, etc. A cheap the better plan Is to see first that the see that they were protected from .. sad ties, but practically transformsthe its
4 proposition at 99,000. On favorable terms.NUMBER' corn la thoroughly:: dried out then bang fence into i ,
la their numerous enemies It. gratifying [ one pits of perforated -
23.-120 acres of land with two It In and well ventilated place
of dry
nine a
} aeresi orange to Jearn that aa a result ef this [ .steel ._.._... ..= x.A .
i large bearing trees, consisting of _
oranges, grapefruit and until winter when it may:: be hung in a ":" u | ttL t''t N til
and favorable weather conditionsthese
'' tangerines; another of eight acres about evenly divided between dry cellar or vacant room upstairs.A care yli Wnt.'WWs There ia no waste wire -to- make: 'uaeleaa weighty'
1 1 birds have In
; J oraUges, grapefruit and tangerines; other young fruits coming pretty multiplied
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I into bearing. Fine land, on a be.lltlfullake; excellent muck land. a satisfactory'way.. It. la further 'a 7ier used U the weight ,
'" A 8-roomed house farmer in the north part of the ff nc*. .Stay -wit_ -.being of the --f
stables and barn; Price $12,600; $2,600 cash pleasure to record that th.are more JkW"W"t : !" - and $1,000per annum for ten yean, with the privilege of paying corn belt, who Urea Gear sweet corn than paying their:/'Wa7'1D the service __ wires th -ff/- J.'7"Pittiburgh
,. It at any time. Six 'per' cent on deferred payment This is canning factory recently 'banked fly they are rendering BJI Insect deetroy-: { Pe "Fence U tie Strongest :fo.WoMp3
owned by a non-resident, and fa a great bargain. 060 aa the proceeds of thirty acres of er..It la,reported that one farmer .
:,..We' .have many other groves truck farms and timber tract sweet corn.. Besides this he ha* the who became .the protector, of, several Style I and LAWNTTOULTRY, 'purpne--Fiii.? J" l
't \ at bargain prices, and solicit your correspondence. fodder left W'hIch'u considers equal pain of these pheswanta had a big potato '- RANCH. \ .
acre per aciW with timothy:: hay.:: This patch that was badly beset 'with 'F-
NELSON I REALTY COMPANY fodder he feed. aa a part,rattan,IW a bug The btrdsj get on:to,tola and
dairy:: of ai doaa or more cows from .forthwith; too up'beadquarters: tph' the We
which, b* get* V revenue of $100 per'\, B'MCo.: ,
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; 1 tl FOR SALE-City lot 70x93 two blocks FOB SALE-Two yoke well broken ox FORSALE-Remington typewriter; in- ALL the latest styles in photograph" *'

from postoffifre. Address, Box 126, I en. J. W. Miller. 46tfFOR guire at C. W. Dann's store. 47-tf at Wilder's Studio. Call and see our
Classified Advertisements Kissimmee, Fla 36tf work. 40 t!
.l SALE-Or will exchange for good FOR SALE-A c nvas top delivery "
FOR SALE-A few Indian Runner property or cattle, six good broodmares wagon for sale at a bargain; letteredto SEE King Quality shoes before buying,*

drakes; fine laying strain; must be now with foal and one purebred suit purchaser. E. L. Green, Box Cash Store. ._ 1-tf "
; sold at once. 8. J, Souders. 47-tl I stallion four years old: Can be 139. Phone 60. 47-tf
1 Advertisement are inserted under this head at the rate of 8 .Cents seen at the Old Man Bass place. Joe -- ,-- FOUND-An open' faced gold

i .' i per line!! each insertion. FOR SALE-We have some real bat/ McAdoo. 46-2tp 1 IF YOU are looking: for a city home' this Owner office can have same by
gains- in small residence proving property
l f, / .: : FOR SALE-40 6 acres 4 :call\ on Mrs. Summers, Elite Realty ing for this notice. .wate..l I
'W'' close in to thebusiness JICG''I'ne acres; grove, Lakeview .
Parlor Cottage
:::' '}". r.J', '.l FOll ALE .. FOR SALE..+Windmill and tank, good 1 town...,* Downing Realty Co.42tf acres timber, balance cleared; $4,000. South' 47-tf:- LOST-Strayed or;- tolen. /
,as, new. Mrs. C. V. Bearden: 37 tf FOR SALE-Five acres citrus fruit ?, .Kissimmee!/,, H, Halley, Fla., Fraternity building 41-tf heifer dark brown, showing

FOB ,.SALE-Thoroughbred Buff Or- FOR SALE-Good house, lot 75x150, ]t land in Kissimmee- Park, $i5 per BARGAIN in a sound sevenyearoldhorse mixture aleKI.and head. nu marksor _
', pington eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert. 39-tf with artexian well water, some fruit I 'acre; also house and shop and 71 bO,you want a cheap Florida farm? 30 ; gentle to work anywhere to brand. Reward for informationthat
I ,j I and a good stable; only $1200; reason I acres muck and beach land. Wind- acres fenced and cross fenced; 10 acres anything. Green, The Sign Writer. will (cad to recovery. Inquire'
t'A' PAIR of good, work hones'' able terms. J. H. Halley, Fraternity mill, tank and water in the house. muck trucking land; 40 peach trees 47-tf Gazette office. <<.tf ,

d for sale cheap. Rose Graves. 26-tf building.! 45-tf I Cheap, if sold" quickly. F. So Cahill. just beginning to bear; 5 bearing pear ----.- - -------- -- BUY an orange/ grove from the Down-'
-- -- 47-4t-pd trees; strawberries, blackberries and ing Realty Co. and live easy the rest
4 FOR SALE-Or rent, a new 6-rtx>m FOR SALE-Nice new five-room house --- raspberries; 5-roorn house, new barn :MISCELLANEOUS ot your life 42tf
ry cottage. For information, loll at : on large l lot, 100x150 feet, fine deep' WE-Have listed some of the most desirable deep well at the house; surface well '
h { Methodist parsonage. 44-tf }I'I well good fence, and fifteen nicebeari1fg property on the market both with pump and gasoline engine for ir WADE, the tuner. Orlando._ WILL EXCHANGE landless than *.
I orange trees, located in a city and county which we offer at rigation purposes* 8 head of cattle, 4 mile from the center of ZephyrhillS
FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs I good part of the town, overlookingthe the lowest prices' to be obtained. of which are cows; 4 hogs, 70 WANTED-The sweetest thing out for for a small automobile. Mrs. Sum-'

i' male and female. Apply to H. W.I lake. 4 snap at 125000. There is no padding tt prices by UII, chickens, horse, wagon, top buggy/ ; your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy- mere, Lakevlew Cottage, South Kissimmee. .
r ; Boca Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf 42tf Downing Realty Co. every piece of property sold at exact harness, plow and harrow: 2 miles fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug 46-tf
; price placed on U by the owner. from city; price, 3000. Mrs. Summers Company.__33-tf .
17 I FOR SALE-FIne building lots in all Write and Lakeview South Kis ANYONE anywhere can
requirements we cottage
FOR SALE-Fifteen, acres in orange us your Rull canvas*
1 o and grapefruit trees, five miles.from parts of town: $50 and up. J. H. Halley will do our best to please yon, by simmee. s6-tf. FOR fresh fish, phone the 'BassMarket order business at home. No '

l +' Arcadia and threw miles from Noca- I Fraternity building. 45-tf showing just the kind of property you .-. No. UJ9.__ ___ .. __ 19-tf_ ing. Be your own boss. Send for free,

'1'' k t, tee. W. H. Funk. 46ttf FOR SALE-6-acre truck farm with desire. H. M. Breaker &: Co. 24tfI FOR SALE-80 acre., fine, large, well GET H. N. BRATTON to drive your booklet.Lockport Tells, N. Y.FOII how.. Heacock, A 2144
r J located grove; good house of 7 rooms; artesian wells. 43-tf
house railroad
; near city on ; HAVti!: a five thousand acre tract of tenant house 4 rooms; artesian well; -
FOR SALE-Nice, full bearing orange $500 halfcash. Address Owner "
price ; ,
groves, from one to twenty thousand Box 456, fissimmee, Fla. 45-tf excellent tim r land forsale so cheap at a bargain if sold soon; this year's FOR dressed poultry,. phone ;Rull I
I ;y dollars. Tell me what you want in that it will astonish you. Well located crop included. ,'. II. Halley, Fraternity Bass Market. No. 1891 l9-tf RENT,
.this line and I will find it for on beautiful lake, close to rail- building. 45-tf ---- -I i
d you. FIVE; city lots on which is located a DWELLINGS for rent ;
will to MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at apply to M.TJ1-
It investigate
; Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. nice new,five-room cottage!fine' view this.road. Better write pay you for full Informa- FOR SALE-Lot 75x200; 6-room house, Rull Bass Market, phone 189. thel|I ler._ .. ;
of the lake cool -breeies. This ceiled bam, deep well 12
: prop- ; ; young 1
FOR HONEST and square deals in all erty is located close to the proposed tion, today. Downing Realty- Co.86tf. grapefruit, some bearing orange and WOOD, per strand, $1.25-five; strands\, ROOMS en suite TO .RENT suitable-Either single..or >
rt, f r q ., kinds of real estate, call on or write electric line, on high level lots. A -- ------- - pear trees, peach trees, shade and 85.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf ; for light housei -,
hit; t '' W. H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf bargain at $1600. Let us show you FOR SAlE-Choice lots in W. H. Far- shrubbery; price, $900. Mrs. Sum- I I I i keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. SimpV -/.

this property. H. M. Breaker &: Co. mer's addition to Prospect Park. mere, Lakeview cottage, South Kis- WRITE US for. anything you want in 80n._ 8-tf ;
FOR SALE-Three-room
r Hughey street (Lily's addition cottage), lot on 31- t These tots are BOrne of the most desirable simmee. 46-tf the line of Florida real estate No fOR RENT.Nicely; furnished 'room.: c

;, r 60x160 five blocks from the court I in the city, and Are sold on FOR SALE-Five passenger! touringcar matter what it is, we have it. I with or without board, with private "'
r r house.; Price $ for quick FOR SALE-Twelve aura orange and easy payments. Buy at once, for or will exchange for land. G. F. 42tf Downing Realty Co. family, on Church street. Mrs Kulp., ',
1 ale. Apply on premises. 45-4tpd grapefruit grove, about three miles they are selling fast. Flowing: arte- Parker. 36-tf. J8 tf, .a
I from Kissimmee, on railroad. Will aiaj: water can be obtained at a little PLEASE do not call at the farm for FOR RENT-Two '
Address W. H.Arnold FOR SALE-36 acres between 10 and fnrnished room s. -
sell at bargain. ;
d. th. W. H. Farmer. 4l-tf
l1 BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consistingof ( vegetables will find them
Kissimmee, Fla. 41-lf 15 acres in cultivation; fine young orange I ; yon on city center. Address, Box 126, Kissimmee -,'
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h a half block, located in the best c some bearing and | at the grocery stores. S. B. AuH- Fla. 86tf .t.
grove; pear I .
neighborhood in the city. Will sell IF YOU want furnished rooms for man. 42-tf
FOR SALE-Splendid new 6-room cot- persimmon trees; 2 acres in sweet potatoes FOR RENT-Some nice forllghty
: only to party who will improve it to light house-keeping, write or call on rooms
1 tage, just inside city limits; splendid ; 5-room house, barn and sheds; housekeeping. All modern .*"
correspond with surrounding prop- W. jl. Farmer, "The Square Dealer WE-Are offering sonYfe very desirable conve**
deep well; two acres ground, all un- horse, wagon. buggy, surrey and plow; lences. S. W. "
r erty. Full particulars and price to Ki immee, Fla. 'Utf. resident Iota, located three blocks Downing. 86-t.
Mrs. Summers
} a ': interested partV. H. M. Breaker 1 der good fence; good outbuildings, -- --- -- price. 3000. Lake-I from the Court House, on nice high TO LETNroor cottage, large,, ';
,. ;. 31-tf ete.thla; would make a splendid little FO/f SALE-100 acres, lake front; 7Seres vieyr cottage South Kissimmee. 46tf
: ( & Co. about the / elevation for $300.) Alley in rear of all corner lot, artesian well; $12 per'month.
-- -- chicken ranch; everything grove;-good dwelling and ten- these lots. Cash .
time. J.
or short Let H.
t4 I place is first-class; price $1500; time Ant house $5,000. J. H. Halley, Fra- FOR SALE-8000 acres of extra nice Halley Fraternity
.; ;TREES AND. SHRUBBERY. ; us show you these lots. H. M. Building. 43-tf ,
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Realty timber land located on a beautiful __
{ shrubbery can be had on part. Downing ternity building. 41-tf Breaker
w t fruit trees, ornamental trees or &: Co. 24-tf
45-tf lake and within three miles of two FOR
I of any kind, write W. R. Speer !i Co. I RENT-A; suite of two nicely l ,'i
34-tf i iy FOR SALE-A beautiful ten-acre tractin railroad stations. This entire tractis furnished front '
rooms, downstairs
tor. *
42l Orlando, Fla., and get prices I II FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit Pinedale, just outside the city lim- exceptionally well adapted to the PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline I \light housekeeping; connecting with; .'

)4 ' FOR SALE-The finest turpentine and grove. with 250 bearing trees, its. Will fell[ cheap for-cash. growing of all kinds of citrus fruits i fires.- Get one for your launch autoor lavatory; private entrance and of H?,
x ; I timber proposition in this section of five acres muck and ten acres pin 42tf Downing Realty Co. and to general farming. Price $6.00 garage and be safe. Sold by Geo. large veranda; all modern convenient Jces

d n +. the state. Admirably located. Will land in cultivation thirty and .on r per acre, on easy terms. I N. Saunders, agent, Kiasimmee. 37 ; close in; reasonable rent. 8.'J">,5
1t; 1 t be sold on very easy .terms of payj half acres, five-] FOR SALE-A FARM- 42tf Downing.Realty Co. Soudera. Mabbette St. 4tf |),
barn and well. e
j mend Write for prices toC2tf box house 254 acres in all. FOR SALE-7-room, two-story TWO very desirable resident lots m
f; i Downing Realty Co. I improved Land all under good fe' ceo 40 acres in cultivation. rooms andpantry; newlypalnuaInside Carson addition each 50x164 feet. .

'. This property on the-.north. of 350 orange trees, about 30O bearing... and opt and newly papered; There are 16 bearing orange trees on WANTEDr ;
f FOR 'SALE-30 acres of-land J of a East Lake, four mile from 008- One large barn. beautiful yard with fine shrubbery, these lots, under good new. fence\ ,

f,' ,, : -mile from the city limits, 20 acres of i seenine miles from Ki On8room house. palms china berries crepe myrtle, located close to the lake. $350 cash WANTED-Reliable person In St. Cloud':
'+ ., t. which Is fine cypress muck land, very : Price ",500, $2,500 cash bale p one One mule-lot and shed 1 deep well. etc.; 75 bearing orange trees, -3 bearing takes the two. See H. M. Breaker to take orders for Darling OIL'--The

." "'V.x; .rich and productive, balance good for I. year.. .H; M., Breaker-& Co.- AU buildings same as new. pear trees, mulberry tree, scuppernong '& Co. 1 si-tf beat seller ever offered the JlQbUc;'I
1 miles from St. Cloud. 1l"Oa'SALESeveral Address, T. W :,
this land } Elwood.
citrus fruits. Location of i SAl'Houa'; grape arbor; a few beds with Kissirnmflfl,
valuable. The timber. of six roc: {with 1 mile from railroad station, splendid five-acre Fla. .
;, ''makes it very bedding, few chairs, some matting,. 47 ttnorida
> t '-'y )is valuable for fence posts, telephone water and sewer connect House located County road' running, alongside of proper few1 shades, and a" cook stove; this tracts just outside the city limits,
- o1; .and: telegraph poles. Besides 'being Jn two blocks of poetofflc is y.' '. property covers an entire block, price, located on beautiful hard marl road. Maps. ,* .

i k .:. ,' excellent 'land It gives one the free lot64x14l4with plastered wood 19 work full-h be log oil finish) About i mile from lake. ".000; $1,500cash and. balance In Downing Realty Co. 4 -tf Upon receipt of 25 cent!at the Valfc 1
-.... home with city advantages orange Church on property. 5
,. .dom of *country terms to suit purchaser. Mrs. Summers Gazette office
lf .. .* < school trees in the ,ard.' You an stand on School within 200 yards of house. AN intelligent a pocket'Ulap at ,l'1orWa"l 4
such splendid high ;
'f'' ; ss ,-Lakeview cottage South Kissimmee. person may; earn $100 will le, mailed to ...
> V\ the porches and pluck t e fruit. Callprivilege any addressin the*
? Ko d' market, churches;, etc. Pricey Will sell'for f1 500. cash 46-tf monthly corresponding for newapa- United Statea. We ,
? t.;. acre time on twotialrdaor, on us and allow tia fi e of About mile.lroQl Kiaainqmee. per&. No canvassing. Send for can also \.tumlab\ I
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Address Henry.
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