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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 24, 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: VID00517
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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: \ ENTHUSED shippers be none 'of on their' the fruit coast In,there time Will for A Rousing ReceptionGiven : real attractive estate feature in. this of neighborhood.their business An is ATIANTICCOAST- UNE(

mm 'the' holiday this year. -. - the Issuance of- certificate of title to
The situation will,.on the other band ,. the purchaser of small lots.' This certificate ,
work a harvest for Florida and other is an assurance of good title by

:: The fa ers' Train Professors|5pcak Southern shippers according to the general ,, Farmers' Train company; authorized to issue It and I.a is Will Send Out One ,of the -Best
i: .- to 'opinion expressed here this "week. great convenience and economy to the .
l'" :Iq Glowing Terms of.Beautiful The Southern fiuit is u.ual1comlng .*. "'-. ". .... ,., ". ", purchaser of- email lots of land a* in Good Roads Exhibit Trains
freely'and tips by the time Thanksgiving ; ., subsequent transfers of the property:
}: .. -- ,Kissimmee park. day, arrives, and with the supply Hundreds Visitors View the Exhibits and, Listen the title can be run down to date and -S Ever Run. on RaiIs.i. .,, 1
narrowed down to shipments from t lor- certificate Issued to such new purchaser S
Ida and the other npints near It. dealers To Addresses by f the Staff\ of the at a moderate cost thus obviating the
::1_. Tb Farmen' train laid over In thiscity .beJi Ye.they.are. going _toha'Vea_ hard ,- ' .... cesaity of a.I large.amonnrof abstract +Carrying the palp-'for- improved
7! : '1I Sunday" and- on-the fterftoon'of time meeting the demand which almost Florida Agricultural Exp rlrnentStatlon.S work on small parcels of land.: > public highways out of Richmond 'Va... :
that day Mr. H. B... Houck. the resident I always ;increases toward the end of the All real estate men in and around KIs- .after the close of the.Congress. of the
of the Kissimme Valley Land 1'i' have to --- almme..wllJ American Association for Highway Imrovement -
.< r..: manager! month and they say priceswill) -- -- --- -'- Doubtless take immediate '
. "V Co.. invited the entire c.orps; of profee- adjust themselves accordingly. advantage of this opportunity give > and its allied organization
.. *,> sore to accompany him "to Kissimmee -, .-- Promptly: at the scheduled Jme. 2:40p. : on Southern farms are very much overlooked their patron. such 'assurance of title, In that city' the Atlantic 'Coast Line
f 1 .Park which; invitation was acc pted.? m.. the Farmers'- Institute train -arrived Amongthe best of these are I which would further aid these purchase Railroad Company, on November 24.
m ? and the boat bearing the party left t.blo : fLf TIONCALLD in Kissimmee on Saturday., and red )mst proof oats rape.. Virginia gary ,.. to later sell their lands without will send on tour one < of the most com-
dock at about 2 o'clock., was received by hundreds of our peoplend turf oats. Burtwats.' rye and barley. the usual deity attendant upon title ex : plete good road exhibit trains that ever
1 Without exception the professors were I ,. the Kissimmee Braes Band. "This program if followed out by the amination.... rode on rails.Equipped ,
more than enthusisastic In their praise I To Authorize the Cit/[ to Boirow As soon- as the'train was run on to a general farmer cannot fail but make The local office Is under the management S partly by'the;railroad and
'.: ': of the Park, and stated that of the many sidetrack the cars of which there were crop production a success; and over and of Mr. Lewis O'Bryan,'who recently partly by the United States government ' s
:)' :,-,. ,sections: of the' state :they,had visited I I $25,000 for Street 'Paving. five were thrown open to the public, above all this, there should be sufficient came from New York City the train will carry the work of
. : I they,knew of none that excelled it In and for two hours ther wan a constant live stock kept on the farm to consume where he vas? connected with the Law- educating the people to commercial
Jjf.. : point of fertility of soil 'and climatic ,, In this issue of the Gazette we publish stream of persons passing through the the-hays, forages and other term prod- ver.' Title Insurance Co., one of the and aoclallmportanee of improved highways -"
'i' r conditions..,: They'were mated at. the the mayor's proclamation'calling care viewing the exhibits and listeningto ucts. Convert it into fertilizer, which very largest institutions of its kind In ,." Into' nearly all the Important
'\ '. 'many Improvements that have been an election of the freeholders of Kis the professors tell how the different are.the best means qjt Increasing soil the world. Mr.: O'Bryan Is thoroughly cities( 'and, towns of Virginia/ North
.I made in the Park In the short time I simmee for Tuesday, December-19th fiel1 crop., citrus fiuits and live stock fertility. No farmer wortl,1'the name familiar with tthe-advantages- pur- Carolina, South r Carolina; Georgia,
4 property there baa been offered forsftle t3: vote on the question of borrowing were brought to such. a high state of should be without live stock. for this chasers in having certificates ,of title Florida and Alabama. -. ;' -.* S
. : and stated to Mr. Houck that If a man i $25,000 for the purpose of extending the .perfection. purpose. covering their land and! the success of With all the ?wonderful electric
J r' could not make a success growing veg-' street paving already contfactc-d tort Aside from the passenger in which "Every farmer should aim to have hi. the Title Guaranty Co.;* in this field models of_ the United States Office of' -
,, .'? tables and fiuit there that he would bet up Emmet street to Clyde avenue. and were President ?Mutphree, of the State own fertilizer factory located in his should be an assured fact. Public'Roads on board the "Good' '
; 'a. failure at anything an>where on earth. I thence along Clyde avenue to the A. University; Professors A. P. Spencer.C. barn. For this purpose he should have : The Title-Guaranty Co. Is headed by Road. 'Special' of >the Atlantic COastLine
Already twenty houses have been I C. L. railway on the south; and along .,.K., McQufcrrie H. S. Kawcett. E. W. suitable barns built for QUiing stock I Mr. Carroll D. Judson; one of the best Railroad Company will be- stationed -
I: erected and twenty-five fine artesian upper Broadway and Main street. Berger and B. F. Floyd also Mr. both summer and winter' and provision known abstract men in Florida, and who on a sidetrack at Richmond during -
. J wells have been bu ded in the Park. ,A Oak street, end along Brack street t) Quinby of Tampa. there were four cars made to take care of this manure, both : does general abstract business th ough- the progress of the great road Con... *
.:, postoffice has been erected, as'has a I Vine street and thence along Vine of exhibits-one of the products of the I i liquid and solid. In this connection let oat the state. grass of the American' Association for
l'. .{large building used as stores ,and a bo street \3 the A. C. L. railway on the students in the mechanical departmentof me make a remark that a live animal '. Highway, Improvement November' 20
" tel. A good restaurant I is conducting a I north. ___ _ _ _ the State University tme-of--field I will return in manure 80 per cent of the to 23.'. It will be open to the inspection< '
!) good business and there is a school with crops one of cltius fiuits .nd one of feed consumed, using only 20 per cent of visitors. Admission to the road
,4 \ 4 I twenty-four pupils. On the Whole the OFPYTHIAS logs. for the production of beef pork or milkas PAVING..BIDS OPENED[ rain, as to every other feature of ,the-
.. i i Park is taking on a thriving appearance KNIGHTS The exhibit of the product of the students the case may be" -The{five stock farmer . Congress, will be free. ' T, ;' 4
( ,, 4 and Is bound to climb steadily up in the i ,, in the mechanical department of is the only man who. gets the most Thousands of farmers' ending their -
, future. the State.University, and which were from his farm. And the Alabama Paving Company concerted work on the roads near their
I Kissimmee Park is almost surroundedby Held Their i District Conference: : explained to.:, the sightseers by President "Live stock Is the rock-bottom foun. farms, which was one of .the feature
,, "t"* picturesque Lake Tohopekaliga, and S Murphree, possibly attracted more dation of successful agriculture the Get the Contract' at 1.72; of "Good Roadi." preceding the convention -'
':, has a water frontage of seven and a half Meeting in This (ilJ' on Last attention than any other exhibit, as men world over. The farmer who sells products will be in Richmond to obtain
', ', miles rising from hard, white sandy with boy away school.and( ( there area off the farm cannot be called a good ,Per Square Yard, the benefit of the practical experience*
< "; beach to an elevation of about sixteen j Wednesday Night. large number of that class here) were busIness man. All farm products should J of experts from all over the country.;
1; feeL The thriving little colony Is in the _. anxious to lee what was being actually converted into a finished product They will bear lectures from govern
extreme northern portion of the Kls- accomplished in that line. Theexhibit such a* beef, pork cream or butter." The City Council me't in special session ment and state officials; will learn the S
I. Immee valley. five and a half miles j One of the Unrest attended district Included almost every character of tool Prof. A. P. Spencer of the agricultural last night to receive bids for laying advantages that come to the country
';J. I, from Kissimmee. The place offeis an meetings of the- Knights of PythiKS used in the building or machinery trade department of the university and one vitrified brick Broadway from Waters generally from road building as a re-
paradise for sportsmen in both-I\.h and ever held in this district took place ia and were as perfect as any .tuined of the most thoroughly posted men in &; Carson's grocery store to Dakin avenue suit of the addresses' made by Presi-
-' game, and Ita agricultural qualities can : ftis city on Wednesday night; when jthe out of any factory in the country. The the state on hogs referred to the Improved on Dakin avenue from Broadway dent ,Taft and,- other distinguished
;.: not be surpassed in this state of riches. i I local lodge played host to their breth- different machines used in the makingof breeds on exhibition in the train to the A. C. L. track, on Ruby avenue guests; and will then 'be able'to see ft
1 :. "I was particularly well plessed" ren of the order from Orlando DeLend.I .. butter and the care of milk used at epresentingXhiroc Jersey Berkshire, from Broadway to the cltydock and on practical demonstration of.',every kind
'._ said Mr. Houck. "by the interest I Apopka Euatis and Leesburg. There' the Experiment Station were also in Poland China, Tamworth and,Chester Smraet: street. 160 feet from Broaaway. of road building' road maintenance.
I. fasted by the corps of professors from I I I were fully two hundred people present his: car, and their simplicity though per- White, after which hi. address oi.' the The successful bidder was the Alabama road. improvement. '., S .' .1
the State Uni veraj. ty who were so struck and if here was one among all that fectness were a revelation to our peo- subject of bog raising in Florida was Paving Company;who securedthe The Atlantic Cout1.lneRadrosd,
with the qualities of the lend that they !I number but enjoyed every moment or >le. who think so much of heir Cattle Riven. which in brief is .. follows: contract at S1.72 per' sauare yard. Company. '..with'the co-operation of
.went over' tb. entire place. The pro- the time: we have failed to locate hin;: that they allow. ...them. ,,to run at large on "Ail' ire good in their 1aceand a decided Included in- this. ficra .-tbe-contractor Director Logan Walter Page. of the .
.lessors kindly instructed T: S. Philkpsa Hon. W. J. Sears. grand prelate our street -- " --- improvement over the native. agrees to remove the marl now on I government, Office of nblic. Roads,
1. .'b to the best mode to be employed in acted as master 'of ceremonies and as The,next car was presided over by Tb. native razor-back grow too slow, Broadway to any street the felty might: who is also president of the American
planting ten acres in potatoes( stating I soon as the vast audience was seated frofessors Spencer and McQuarrie and : hi. ham are too thin; be I I. run out and name, not exceeding 1,600 feet, and Association for.Highway: Improvement Swill
that the potatoes had a brilliant future I announced that before .the lodge open'dfor contained the field crops, consisting of i degenerated through a long period' of roll it with a ..bc'Ollet., the city to send I Its "Good Road SpeeI..rthrougb
. '.' in store for them in the riches of the business the Pythian Sisters had thirty-two varieties bean and grasses partial starvation. :To those who hold spread the marl. Virginia,, North Carolina:
.,'soiL" prepared a program for the'entertain- used as forage crops and in the making to the opinion thatrthis razor-back ranger The bid for placing a curb around the South tCarolina/',Georgia 'Florida and '
,J Kissimmee Park ls protected ttom. merit of the Knights and then intro- of hay all of which showed a high state is best I suggest that they buy an ,boulevards in the center Broadway Alabama There will be on the train,, .
frost and this is one of the ftreatestadvantages. duced Hon. S. J. Hilburn grand chan- of cultivation far beyond anything-the improved male and grade up. was 84 cents a foot the curbing to be Edgar D. Bak.r.'.. organizer and lecturer
... No one has ever tailed to cellor of the grand domain of Florida, I average man ever dreamed 'could begrown "Improved hog and no feed is littleor 8 inches wide at the bottom, 4 Inches for the American Association for
4 .! T5Ch good water by boring at any ymr.. who delivered a splendid ,.ddrSB, setting anywhere. no improvement over the-old method. : wide at the top and 18 inches high. Highway. Improvement ; .nd, representlng -
".," and Manager Houck is working energetically forth the purposes and aims of, The citrus fruit ear, which had been Any animal must be nourished. Young The contractor guaranteed that work the United States Office -of1 '
." for the interests of the people ?.vthlanl.mdat the conclusion of which made up by the. Florida Citrus Exchange :- hogs especially must be kept growing, would begin not later than December Public Roads, there wiU be U E. Boy-. 4
there. 'I and Graves rendered: a attracted the most attention of and to do that successfully we, must 15th but within ten minutes' after the kin and M.' E.. Worrell. All 'of these
" ,". Malaria and chills and fever are unknown duet on the piano Miss Ruby Ellis'a all the entire' exhibit, a* the evenly grow more green forage crops. I.contract.. awarded be had the wire experts will deliver lecture and give.
in this section. In regard to the piano solo Miss Grace Jolly a vOCal packed boxes of grapefruit and orange. "For winter crops rape is excellent. working to begin the movement of brick practical demonstrations of/.road !build-
;-.healthfulnes of the section, R. E. Rose. solo, and Mr. Nathan Bryan and Miss made a picture! as pleasing a maiden's Rye, oat and barley. fed in the green this war. as well a* experienced<< .work Ing., ,. "'
state chemist states that the healthfulness Lucy Bucket recited. dream. This car was in charge of Mr. stage is very palatable and good. For men In that line. I. /5
of th. location is of the utmost' But the musical program was only a Quinby' of Tampa,'who was courtesy summer pasture nothing excel sor --- Proclamation by. Governor William ,
: importance in any enterprise. He commented part of what ,the Pythian Sisters had itself'everyone, and wbo' fully explained !ghum.' Our exhibit car show twelve NELSON REALTY CO. Hodges! Mann bf Virginia s r..
strongly, upon the fact that none prepared for there were refreshmentsthat the advanced methods the Exchange different varieties, all of which do well Whereas The American Association
of the employee of thecompany had ever were not only delicious, but were used in packing fruit. In Florida and furnish green feed from 1- ,, for Highway Improvement and affltlat-, '
'. xlted there;that a physicitn was rarely in plenty to feed every Pythian'ln Florida The exhibit of Experiment Station May to November. Then we have cow ed organizations have; elected to bold
.. if ever needed among'the mem ; State and there were some of the brothers hogs showed that much care and atten- peas',' soy peas Lyon and Yokahama Purchases ,Uje Insurance: Business their first Annual Road Congress' in the, ,
,. lesth records show the rate, to be less who were hearj to say that they ,tion bad been given them, but were no Mans and many other things that growso fMr.LO.Mctk.S city Of .Richmond November 20 to 23,,
I than three to each thousand in this sectlon felt as if they would not want another larger or of a Better bread than we have easily. 1911. for the purpose of bringing to tbe,
of the state. thing to eat for a month. The,Jadies here in Osceola county. 'ork produced In this way i la profft- The Nelson RealtyCompany ha. solution of the many. difficult problems

In the immediate neighborhood there had also prepared a drill in addition to The train was in charge of Mr. Wil- able pork. It keeps the animal healthy the insurance business of purchased Mr. connected with the improvement; of the _
.4 .are churches of almost every denomina the other features of the entertainment bur McCoy industrial agent of the A. and growing, and makes a very cheap R. O. Meek and will add that featureto public road the combined knowledge
tion. As far as the soil itself in Kis- i but owing to the lateness of the C. L., and that gentleman Introduced nourishing food. their reaL estate business.. The insurance and experience, of the'men who have d
simmee Park is concerned there are four hour it was not aiven. the different_ n sneakers'rnce. to the vast. - audi. -- "We need a system. We must do I It department of this devoted ,themselves to .a study'Cf this''
.distinct grades-beach hammock muck I One thing occurred that was most intelligently and then- we will find our will be in charge of Mr. Walter company Net Important question--; "; '.
prairie sandy loam prairie, and pine/ pleasing to all who attended the meet- Professor McQuarrie In delivering hog industry worthy of the attention I son; who hal had 'rnueh.experience In And. Whereas, The; President of the
land. A large part of the )and Is especially ing was that "opan doors" were voted: his address, said: advocate. S 4 that line and who will more than likely United States will be our honored guest
adapted to orange culture and all present were permitted to remain "Farming is a business and should makers. I '
"Hogs are money They made add many thousands of dollars to the and will address th.Conjreaaupon that
while the rich beds for Various and .
rest affords throughout the evening seethe be studied from a business standpoint Kansas '
and occasion
City contributed largely toChicago' Important s'
risks that have been written by Mr. ;
agricultural products.CHAPTERJIOUSE. "goat" put In his stall foY safekeeping The diversification ofcrops is the key- growth. The western farmer Meek. And. Whereas. The'improvement? of"the
until the next district meeting note to success in all farming operations defines him as. the lifter. roads.throughout
, mortgage This also purchased Mr public Virginia-
Besides Grand Chancellor HUbuinN. Farmers should have a fixed program In "This train, including a part of which Meek's company handsome residence and their proper care and m Jntenanc4 '
P, Yowell, district deputy chancellor' their work, dividing it into caslcrops
up U the hog car.wa. made at Gainesville will result In increased
up on Broadway and it I. probable Mr. greatly prosperity -, ,. 4
: commander and W. R. O'Neal. pastgrand and general farm crops, forage cropssoil . and contains five leading breeds- A. S. Nelson and family will use It as a and add imm.aaursblyto1ths;, .>,
chancellor "were
L present building crops', and winter cover Berkshire, Poland China Tamworth home. Mr. Meek. it la welfare of our people }. -
understood .
:f -Will Ktep "Open Doo tvtfyf ues- made addresses and Mayor-HJC.m'srwwer H Stanford the- crops. Every farmer should have one from the University of Florida., The will leave in a few weeks for a town in Therefore. I William Hodges Mann\, ,
I spoke eloquently or more cash crops available to run gen Chester Whites were kindly loaned by South Florida\ where be will engage i in. Governor of Virginia, do hereby ear-' .
Season. Sisters.
day Night During toast "Pythian eral expenses such as payment help, G. E. Griswold 'a Urge hog raiser of business neatly request the 'people of this convmonwealth ,
There were fully twenty-five delegates fertilizers: and general running expen- Trenton, Ala hua county and the Duroc and especially ..those'' .1
\ 'I ' 'The members 0 f the Amerjcan from other cities preaen:, and .... This cash crop should be along the Jerseys by S. H. Gaitakill, one of, the ..r charged with the management,Of our'' .
<11 Womaji's League have decided upon a they declared this te be the moat-de lines of nearness to transportatioi best farmers in '
and citrus Marion roads attend and participatein ..
t '.' plan? which will be of invaluable good. lightful district meeting they ever at- point, the kind of soil of the farm, and county. The hogs grower demonstrate THE UJJeJl.Will the American Road Congress hereinbefore +
;.-, to the social side of Kissimmee. tended. above all, his own individual make-up. what kind of bogs do well in Florida S mentioned. *.:'.'et '
''Arrangements have been made to No man should in for ; S '
. keep "open door" on each .Tuesday READING THE GAZETTE instance, in cash engage crops whose trucking make-up] breeds.and are" considered among. the bes t Give a Delightful Entertainment I furthermore call Upon all cl.ld''i ,.

'I nlfbt during the' season. Three hostesses will not allow him to go Into small details organisations public schools, churches, j ,
will have charge, and a cordial necessary to make railing truck Prof. E. W. Berger foimerly en tonologiat At an Early Date. the press, and all other agencies within I'f..
i welcOme will be waiting for those wishIng i a success. at the university but now state this commonwealth that sores to promote ...;.
.'. to spend a 'pleasant evening. On i Induces a Man in Panama to Dccid : crops"In the northein and western section Inspector of nurshry stock delivered a At a meeting of the United Daughters human welfare:: to set apart the, 'W f"" ,

cool evenings a cheery fire\ : will burn in i to Come Here. I of the state general farming has been most instructive address on inspection of the Confederacy, some time ago I week beginning November '13. 1911 ,
) the big open grate and 'always" there found to be moat successul in the of nurseries. In brief as follows: it was decided that an entertainment which immediately I precede' the Con- .1, 1'('
wijl be some form -entertainment of I The influence of the Valley Gazette southern arid central sections, come First topic: The object of inspectionlaw of some kind would be prepared at an Cress as "Good Roads Week," and :r;,
.'t a very'Informal character. I II. far-reaching:, as the letter below will men have made a success In truckingand to protect localities not Infected early date for the benefit of this or- during that Period to devote 'their '
( '- It is hoped many of our businessmen how-..nd as It circulates.In. Africa,' fruit growing. while others have with Insects or infected with tree die ganization. In carrying out this plan united efforts to a furtherance o'f the
p", "''. will drop in, and the new comers 1 India, England. France, Central Amer not. We always hear of tue successful eases such as the white fly woolly Miss Elizabeth Carson was' requestedto movement for better roads, and particularly
; of the town are especially Invited. InV 1 ica. Cuba and the PhHllppines. in each trucker and fruit grower but we seldom. white fly San Jose Scale scaly bark, take charge of it and prepare a first to the accomplishment of some I f
i } this,way a greater social development I or which countries* arejD1".lpt..fI..ttera If ever hear of the other kind. etc.Second class entertainment such as she might practical result within the.con of their '
will be instituted. 1 saying that one or more person '"A a general proposition the general topic: To protect the hortl!- think desirable. In accordance with Influence *. 't. :)Oil.
: The first date for this estimable innovation are coming here as a result\ tof reading; farmer I is bound to be the most successful cultural interests of the state against these instructions, she has decided on avery I Given under my hand and the lesser "
In the Chapter House enter- it. there ia no reason to doubt but that in the long run because, owing to his. Insects and diseases not at present : attractive drama, known as "Val-seal of the commonwealth at the capitol -< i ),(,'
': tainments.will be on .Tuesday night every/: nation on earth will be represented diversified production i i. bound .to be Florida, but existing in other ley Farm. She has solicited some of ,.In Richmond this first day of No. ".. .,. ,
: November 28, from 8 to 10 p. m. The in'Kissimmee in a short time. The independent of price fluctuation tha, states' and foreign countries such as the best local talent in this work, and vember. 1911. and IB. the136th year ot ...
hostesses .la 1 charge are Mrs. J. M. letter follows : occur where trucking his main I the Mexican fruit maggot, the Mediterranean . they are now preparing as rapidly as the commonwealth. Wit., H..JUANN. .. J
; ;Wilson. Jr. Mrs. M, Kate and Mrs. "Paraiso. Canal 'Zone, Panama Nov stavbv. I fruitmaggot, gypsymoth. brown they can to present it at an early date. S B> the Governor: S (
warry 'thuiman. tall moth wart disease of Irish potatoes -i This I. a very fine production and as B. O. JAMM.'Secretary. '
i' 12 191 -
"Among the general 'farming eropithatare those taking part have talent of a high
:ladmission fee of ten cents will be etc.Third
"Mr. W. B. Harris Editor'and Proprietor g.own successfully over the order "we Ji !G

I charged to defray current may expect something good.
i To enable ,
't: expenses.NO topic: Florida nur- S
Kissimmee Valley Gazette. state ire corn, sugar cane, sweet potatoes The time and place where this play is ROSES) .
'I. 'Sir : Having received something( Irish potatoes, sorghum and a serymen to receive official Inspectionin to be presented will be announced later. '.. ../ :
.l: THANKSGIVING (K. V. G.) for nothing for the pas number of pther crops suitable to different order to meet requirements of ether --a- ..f
few months I soil and latitudes. states that have nursery inspection As Grow ta.Kissiramee. h :
thought It was about They Every ': 1-
law*. Not True Bid. ,, !
.: time that I 'com. across so will practice "Among the forage crop are ml1"t.velvet '
'IJ'Cra: beans beans Prof. Berger declared that it a nursery Month the'Year. :
I m
: what preach by encleeinf subscription toy eow peas Japanese -
Afew weeks taw
S a prominent '
es from Padfic Coast to law bad been enacted long ago we ago
fee of one dollarJTor the new sugar cane, peanuts and mimer0125 ed1UW'of the )
firm in New York The Valley Gazette r"
probably would not have the. white fly was written to a* w**. "'
, Si Compete With Florida Product: of my future home. ., others. In hays crab &TU.Me.l the woolly white,fly.; the Soudan scale follows: the recipient this week of a I large SJKMfragrant ,"
weed Soudan
can beggar ,
"Very respeVtfuUy. . grass, '
n. "Three four ago bouquet of beautiful .
andother or firm ; AgrtpV'Pina ;
4. ,' insects and diseases that are years your \
Para Natal
iA dispatch ('to The Packer "Z. T..STACO. Ja. grass. grass, Rhode. grassy) counsel from the ,,
g. and other costing the- grower of the state hun, was for a 'daughter charged roses garden of>:Mrv H* ." '
,pmayE' ; numerous ; "- with murder W. Boice North' Kissimmee. '
dreda of thousands ofdollars. annually by administering poison to m ;;- :
$ $ iThe trade-Is expecting a very unusual 'Not 'Required to Perform ,tabor,' r should"In the alway, soil building aim to class the farmer of the I z4.i: _, ', . A:_ .t It. S her' mother dying from cancer, What "_. Mr*. .80_ ha one of the handsomest'places S
1 : grow
citrus fruit season this year because of.ftheeffects Nowa. was the result ofthe trial," ,, -.J:; ;,iu-or r'around KUslmmee, and '
,. 'Mondaj 1911-. legume already mentioned for the .
; 4 of the new green fruit ruling Editor Valley- Gazette:. '. ; of maintaining and purpose the- TI&: $GUARANWCO. To which the well known lawyer. grows a variety: of -roses, among' them >vtbe'Marehl.t2'1.IL'Faul
v)\\j" ? Increasing John B. .
; ;wiU have tm California orangeRe \ Stanchfield., replied that the .CloUt.
.-In to statements to the the-soil It
answer con fertility. should be
: ports have been received by several'local ? 1 ,wish tostate that Sadie Mar farmer'. to every I letter had been referred to him..he hav of.GoIct.1 ,eU;. The Agripptna! ,' from..
aim maintainand build
which trary up "o i'or..ti Si Old, big been: counsel the which the bouquet was gathered. I la..' ,
S operators indicate that no neworanges chant waa'-never required to wash her the fertility of the soil under all condition Has ts$ 'Iii for: daughter! but
:/ will be-on the the never to triaL, The large bush eight feet high and1 *
cam :
Chicago market ease grand sevenor ; v
clothes' do work whatever He should
i until after the first of own or any study his crop afT'ectscli t & kBuilding. 1 1 refused to find true bill and blooms profusely all the' '
Dec.mberowmg All she did.was aatumed by, her vo\an the soiL' When a soil depl.Unecrop. 4.SMt& D. Jury a .no- year-round.. :.( ,
) to the' fact that stock cannot be : indictment,was returned.'j Besides the roses:Mrs. Boice manyshrubs
green ,
and often the desire ,. such Jt .
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tartly ;
urgent grown as '
com potatoes -
: sugarcane ; t.iuirity Company ,
/ and 'vines .
i'I ,colored and shipped as It baa been in of her eldresa.' Theelders at Ash- etc. :It should be MuTcP.Carroll ta.are most I..
previoo years Ordinarily a good Immediately followed -1-11'b. in Jacksonville,'.has- es : ; will leaVe'Wonday, flourishing J' . ." J
of California' oranges la on the mar-supply ton treated her with themost.tendemanner by a. crop which- restorer fertil one of.thelr..bral1Ch..omeea In.Kisuimme. for orgia.where be will eat. Thanks' .These roM are fin* specimens" of ther, .. .j
S .t,C, before, 'ThanksgivingbufI, large "possible-foil' Christians tot-man '.Atyeach as cow-pea,velvet bean etc: ., .owing to the demand for giving turkejr!: with' H. will flowers raised ln Kiasimmee. awf showw 7 S

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; Ing front both ways, and no telling: what Order of P.ub lcatlon.- An Ordinance.AV : 1 I,'' Oderof Publication. . i [Telephone 1626. PriceaKe* bi.I .

the {result will be when .they meet In In t".t&i Court s.6ntb Judicial. Circuit OR.l>fX AKCK providing for the calling of aBnoeial fa the Circuit Court of the ".olh.udlclal ,
"A. O.
Election to determine majority
by I
': of Florida, In Circuit fa and for Osceola county. State of H. GT TUNNEB. ,
atate Chanoerr
r '____ th >treeta 'of Whittier; stores changing ,vote of all reglitered voter, whether the Chancery. I Mana
v a. B.,.AuU...... Complainant. \ Council of the City of Klslmmee shall bay :I Florida In .1 I :'President,. &
r'; Writes Entertainingly of the Wonder hands and filling up for the Im. EHwlwUi J vi Blckenllk end I V p.rtn..hlp.Dd Wsootutlon of the tiower lo borrow money for .the purpose 1, H. C:Stanford, complainant, ,... J. Jj:'lIerrlltt 'I
II' mense business that we are SUM to Katharine. V. Grlnniai BeI I Partition] Sf the gradingcurhlngandpavingeertalnetrcet I 'I and against all persons claiming au
i Cloud. City of Kuwlminee under tbe said J. J. Merrill or ..otherwise' and TURNEMARBLE : :
fondant .
City of
in and KB Jt' OKltAINKD .
HV :I,
have and homesteaders coming TUBLCOUNCILOF .
, It appearing bt aflMarlt appended to the Bill THKCITVOP K18B1M.MEK. 1 as-altist all other persons: other than the
Rex ). again on the wing-a trip to taking possession of their land. "' of that Complaint KlItalM-tli J.filed J3icketlkeon.othedetendauti la the above itrlad eauM- section 1. That under and by virtue of Sea. j above Interest known In the and property named in parties this bill dOlurlted. .

I the flourilhlngeltl' of St." Cloud.beingen :One of our )young .homesteaders; Mr, therein flamed in s r*..ld nt 01 the State. Council lion llkiO of the Jain General tIe statutes of note Florida,.thereof.amonnUng the. defendant. .
municipal J
of Florid.. but ban bran atoanl from the MId may It appearing twr affidavit appended to It*bill & J
route to the, present location. "On Roy Howard, came in with a bran new State mora than sixty day next firtcodios' th* dollars, .. follow to twontnye i Five sautes tboukaud for flve(|4k.OOU tliouandVt.aiw -) of cotnplKlat Bled In above stated cause,that ,
.. train that left there ,others looking application for this Order'of PUblication . .. the defendant are oou-resldenta of the stale of -
: Saturday morning the rideand are V. ( the other defendanttherein ( ) dollar .b. due In on. (1)), two((2)), Florida, wbose.residence I* unknown,end who * Belt rout euspfcfoaaly.' drinDCU: of the State of three la!), four (4) and five(.1) year* respectively are all over' the of '
around ldnt
KlMimme Sugar named u a Don r from data of Jssue..aud each Dole bearing In. age twenty-one year GRANITE Co. !
Florida and I. a rvildt of the city of Chicago. ...... It I* therefore ordered this the nonraeldentdefendant '.I
I found your correspondent .aboard bag; Mr. Richards ,ia In St. Cloud, on biswayjjfrom In the ooiintT of Cook.;: Btato of Illlnoia, hraddreM at the rate of ala l __t ((6 per cent) *, the said J. t. Merrill and ail' persons ,

and baggage, and a shorn and uneventful : Ohio,' And will be here in. a aTinuo In. aid) and city that being both 4614 aid North defendant Sacramento grading per treetIn annum, curbing the for the and purpose tiavlamol of paying the following for lbs Merrill claiming.)be and an they. Interest are hereby under required the said to J.soon J. QUARRY OWNERS! ..'., I.))JlII.M \I
city of Klnatajrae
n1" the noted few it I I. : Clyde avenue to the bill ot oOIDI/I.ID' 1I1..11D this can..
I trip landed In city ao days. Sr. wef the ee of twenty-one yean from lla Intersection with the At Untie pear / '
aald defendant b and or before the lot day 01 JAnuary lutBotherwls : t -)
therefore ordered that *
for it* rapid development*and wonderful Mr. J. M. Dixop has been building a are hereby required appear to lbs Bill ofComplaint Coeet from Un* railroad KmmwU: .....1; Emmett the negation of ssld bill will be takens HIGH GRADEMONUME'NTS rt1T"
ldtoca Clyde svenu to a point one bun.
; house his homestead. flUxf in >* on or before Mon = cenfeesed oy said defendants w
on and fifty (ItO) feet north of '
growth.We It I* further ordered that this order b -
T day tb.4thdayol 1911, othrwlce published
at once proceeded to take in the I In all, we have about twenty homesteaders th* allegation of::'I.'t'lt.wY:: b* taken Brack Broadway street; Brook street Street from Daklo from avenue Broadwaytreet to onoa a weak for eight (8)) consecutive \!
week In the Jl:1.lmmeeall"7: Oasett. IID.wap..r
an ronfew by said defendant
TImmerman House, where so many and yet the Gazette never It In further ordered thus this order b* peblished -; to to the Vine Atlantic strnet Coast Vine Line*lr*railroad t from:Brackstreet Main published In said county and State. Both Foreign and Domestic Marbleaand "
of them. one a week for four conceentiT week Thl. the 28th day of October tIll I. t
speaks I meet from Broadway loOak '
street Rub
been street
hours had previously ; .Heal 1
pleasant tn tb. Klaelmmee Villef Gaaetta. a newspaper ( : ] AHTHIM E. DONKIAN. I
and on finding that the place had .We are strictly in the push, and you publlihed lu aald county and State. dock avenue from Broadway street to the city rierk of the Circuit.) Court, Our Tampa mill is equipped with the )
pent, H line band and official aeal I Clerk ofeeld BV KUZIBSTH JOHNHTON, I):C.
** my a* "
changed .hand but that the good ladywailn will soon have to hive two correspondents ODor1bo 14ib day of October, A. D. IK11. early Section a date X: as That practicable an election at which be held the at question a.-O. f. Kribbi. solicitor for complainant. 45-81 most Modern, Machinery. ,',

the kitchen, we were soon Investigating to keep--up with-tilings that are 48[4t rieal] ARTHUR Clerk: B.Circuit DOKIWAW Cou.,... to be ubmittoJ to the elector, of the said "Our Specialty" IS what you want- ...a-

things in that locality. We happening down here. city BeeUm, having 1000 of the)fb*qnsltncaUons neneral) SMUutes Breeeribed of the State by Notice of Administrator. Barker, Slabs, Coping; BulldlnjfMarble.lron :

Mrs. Timmerraan in charge of YOUNG BLOOD. Application for Final Discharge.In of Florida shall be the issuance of said In Court of the County Judge, State of Florida, Fence, Mausoleums, etc, 1.;
found and th* Mayor anal forthwith". his In re Ealateof Catherine Bturtevant l>eceased fl -- -----
that important station and after a warm Court of the County Jodn. Bute of Florida. mation for MId election. ,Oaceola County. .
-- Oieeola County. In re fcatate of Time ..... Section 8. 1'b. form of the ballot to be- aotel'l Notice I. hereby given, to all. ...boml' may :
handshake returned to the street to IOWLRPARK dee'd. at said election shall be.o"-laotlallr" concern that on the lAth day of December, A. 935 Twiggs St. Tampa Fla. j
Notice I. hereby srtven. to all whom It eon "OFFICIAL i D. tail. I shall the : ,
""# A ,,. tlmnlarA, nlrt BonuaintanceshiD' and ob- oera. that on Uia lot]. Haw M/ .I.......... A.may n. lUlL .')(..nloloal..oee of note for ... i'arks.. JnrtM.t.'*,.."Honorable__ .......Gao ft' P_F.
'I -r' in and I (hall -apply to"the Horarabl i *" Geo. F.: Parker.. money for'paving' bate",-for- my flnal-discharge i' : ;Adm"nl; ';trlor L
the improvements
serve general Local Happenings Interestingly Told Judge of aaid Court a* Jndv t>f Probate, "Held ... . . . .. .... .. . .A. O. 1911." of the Estate of Catherine A. Sturtevant. deceased .
about town. We found several: whomwe final diaehart a. dralnUtrator of th* :oro'TIme "Make cross nark (IX) before the qneelloc of I and that at the ism time I will presentmy . .
-. deceaeed and that at the time I your' choice." final .f'
Our : earae scoouots ss Administrator of MId
I had met during previous visits and by Correspondent\ will prevent my final aeooont aa administrator of '( ). For borrowing of money by not for estate and ak for their approval. ,
aid eaUt.. and aak for their approval. psvlng Dated inns 9, .
the talk about weather: changes nafu- A. D. twit.a
Nolneed now for irrigation. $o much ated July 7th. A. D. 1P11.. "( ) A alnaL borrowing of money by note N. B. CARSON
the hospital and sanitarium OSCAR BASS. 8r.. AdmlnUtrator. for ..."1.../' .
rally| brought up with weeds. _24-once a ui-41m Administrator. >
rain has filled the gardens
2Mmoo Section 4. Should the ieauanoe of said note i
subject alluded to in a previous The neighbor have time to exchangecalls be authorized by a majority of votes aa required
4 the asked. then aald not* aharl be Issued according to Order of Publication.
article and question was as they can not hoe the garden Application for Final Discharge.In law and .. prescribed la thIs ordinance with- In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial FARMS
: "What do think Kissimmee people out-delay, and the Council ahall. before such T
you truck. Each can comfort the other- Court of the county Judge State of Florida issuance provide by ordinance far: the redemp Florida circuit In In and for Oeceola County, State of
r will do about it?" My reply was that there are weeds in them all. Oaccola deoeaaed.Notice Ooan'. lore K.tate of L. H. Will- tion of the said note. *t maturity, and for the B.; K. Waring,Chancery. .. ,

I believed the Board of Trade in recog- It seemed as though all the people ia hereby given to all whom It mayconern payment Read first ol the and.Interest second upon time the by eeme.unanimou William J. Green 3. f.
nition of the fact that these institutions i In inall that on the join day of AprlL A, 1) consent, and passed In open ....IOD this 11th day Ureen Otto F. . Bill to Kemove
Parks Satur
from both town
were 1"U I apply to the Honorable Gee F. of November A. D. lull. I All
were ooaitive necessities would take Par&er. Judge of aald Court a* Judge of Pro II. persona other than .t'j cloud from
M Ba-UKca.
: above named
day. Capt. Jim' boat was full .to bate for a final dtohrg a* dmlnltratOr of panties o FOR SALE
Council. I Interest'ln
such action as the importance of the overflowing. Some went to see the exhibit the ettate of I.. 11 Wlljlainl. deceued, and Attest: Acting.Pre.ld.o\'OI City ty ing In an this bill described the I
and make that at the same time I will present my finaljwoouuta J. It. -. -----
called for
matter some arrangements GI-LBIS.T City Clerk. fend.utaTo -
but alas I the heavy rain inter I admlnuitrator of said relate. and Approved November 10th. A. D. lull. all whom It may concern
about procuring suitable fered. The car was late, and boaU, juik Dated for their Oct. A. D 1911 H. CLAY 8TAXroi, It appearing from the sworn bill of complaint 40-ecrs farm = hoiue. "bam and ehlekea
locations for that purpose. Those with 'l A. fc.: DROUGHT. Mator\ City of El.almmse.Notice flied in this cane. that there are persons Interested house, 1000( trees HO. grapefruit
like trains, do nut wait for everybody. Admlniitrator.. In tb. property Involved in this salt,other om* pear trees; two deep ..11e; D-lneh rotary
whim we convened on the subject declared So the lectures were little good to this I 44lmoOmoiOrder than the known defendants, and thai thename pump with gasoline engin for irrigating. -
of such persona ao inlerealed are un
4 that St. Cloud would consider the aet of farmer of Publication. of Executor for Final known to the complainant, and that relief Is 11 acres. 2 acres In cwset potatoes. 8._
matter if Kisaimmee did not, and that prayed lu MId Bill of Complaint against such house; deep well. with gaaoUne engine; fine
Mr. and Mrs. Estes are living in the Discharge. unknown defendant, cellar under bo.....
In the Circuit Court of the- Seventh
a locality suitable had been selected anda house. have l lakefront Circuit in Jndlcla It I* therefore ordered that all persons claimIng :26 17 under cultivation
Camp They bought a and for Oaoeola County, State of acres bordering on lake: acres
j fund would be accumulated for that Florida. In Chancery. In Court of the County Judge. State of Florida an Interest In and lo the following described ; fenced and cross fenced, flowing -
arid will\ build some time this B. D. Waring. Complainant, In re eatale of Martha A. Turlington, dec...- property, situate 'in the County of 0..,...... well I t-roorn house, barn etc Joining thl*
if Kislinuaeeites did not ed Ocoeola . Stat of Florida, to-wit I : JO
purpose respond winter. ... couo" are ta ZO acres cleared. acres plowed.
'fr William J. Grwn. J. Herbert Notice hereby given, to all whom it map Tb: sontbweil quarter, the southwest quar All the best muck farming land Two musefrondt
to the call. Another big crowd of land buyers is Green, Otto F. Wlnkelman Bill to Remove concern that on the 10th day of Lay, A. D191J. tar of the southeast quarter, and lot four <4).) of ?.
1 My abort stay at this city did not afford and all peraen other than}Cloud from I shall apply to the Honorable Geo. F. section twenty-five (34)), In township twenty five 25 8 station, all /
miles R R.
expected this week in Fowler Park. the above named part leeclaiming Title. Parker, Judge of said Court aa Judge of Probate (26)). south of rang twenty-eight I2t4&"t) doapj'e.r acres out. near
elsred An old bou..nd barn and a fewbearing
c sufficient time to thoroughly inves I in 'fora final discharge a* the to the Compalnant's Bin
an lutereat the
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mauk are the proud :ad'.J' herein filed, orange u-
,, property ID this bill deccribed estate of Martha A. Turlington. ; and on or before the Rule day of February
tigate the subject, but I am led to believe parents of a fine boy, who came to Defendant that, the same time t will preseut my Spat 1B12L to wit, thesth day of February, elM 40 acres 6 mils.out. 6 acres: cleared! deep wed.
that if It acconnta .. executor of said .t.h. and ask for the Mid bill will be taken u confess S 4O-aeN tract unimproved
our people) do not wish the. appearing afndtvlt appended to the bill
I< la further
'L' their house the 20th to stay. They are of complaint Died In above their approval ordered that Ibis order be pub
institutions established in their midst, the defendant are noii-reaidenta Stated of canae tb. that Dated November 10th A. D. 1011.R llabed one a week for twelve ((12) consecutiveweeks I ::1)raet unImprovedI ..
"our"boy Btat
not the this is
only proud ones, as in thsKlsslmmeeValle ,
of Fliirkha, whoae realdence I O Him: Oasetu. a news. 5-acra tract In Pinedale -
these people will'have enough energy he being the first baby born in who are all over the age of twenty* unknown one year*and. 46-lmodmo, Executor paper published In said Osceola County gnsrsl S -"-....... tracts In ZephrrhliU Paw county
; : to forward this much desired ob It I* therefor ordered that the circulation In said County
push Fowler Park. defendant. the aald Illlam J. Green.non-rraldent J. Her.bert Witness Jam. W. Perkins Judge of said II Jots! close In. in z..pbprhl'h.'
/ Green and Otto F Circuit Court and my nam as Clerk thereof 320 acres In DeSoto count j. i miles from. Areadla. -
ject.The Let everybody save up their dimes Wlnkelman, beandtbey sod the official of said Court, this 14th day of 1 .
Notice of Executor.In
are ber.byrequired to .
: appear to the bill ofcomplaint .
o..IMo. A- n loll_
appearance of our good friend, and be ready for the big Sparks' show, flled tn this ...... on or before the nsui..j' u ISO acres In Clay county.
) lit day of January 1D12, otherwise. Court of the County Judge State of Florida, | ) AKTHUS.K DONXOAM,
Mr. John Drawdy, with a conveyance which will be in Kissimmee the 4th of slops of aaid bill will\ be 'taken. oonfeafed the allega,by: re Estate of Temple A. Minx.. '. Osoeola Clerk. of Circuit Court. -+J
By BttB BBTH JOHNSTON. D. C. Cheap medium. and fancy -
aiddefeadjuila.It properties
preparatory to escorting us to his home, December. Everybody love a show. County O. F. Krlbbs HoUoi.or for ComplalnanNotice 48-1:Jt \
Notice Is hereby to all whom it
I I. further ordered that thla order be given may
.i where we had originally started on legal -I We must see the elephant. llihcd once a week for eight consecutive week pub- concern that on the lit day of II&rcbI.A. 0.19U at cheap. medium and

I business, put an end to further con Messrs. Cox Johnson and Sawyerwere paper/8)) in the publl KiMrimmee bed In said Valley County Gaaette and Btate., a new. .,,Judge I ahall of apply said Court to the Honorable a* Judg Geo of Probate.' Parker of Administrator. fancy prices. but all worth the ..

i ,aulutkm, and we soon found ouselves callers at Smith-Dorian Point This 14th day. of October lull for a flnal discharge a* Administrator of !n Court oY County Judge, 8tate of Florida. In money. ;
l) [18..1..1| AHTncaE, DOMSOAS. estate of Tempi A, Minx, deceased; and tb.1 I r. Relate of Stella O. Wright Deceased, O ce- -
> 'on the road behind his favorite horse, Tuesday. Clerk of Circuit Court the earn time I will i>reeni my final ."" cia.County \
By El.IZABITH JoHimoH U. a* administrator of said ...IA... and ak for I Notice i* hereby to all whom it may
1 1 and ere many boars had elapsed we We wish the Kissimmee Parkites O. F. Krlbbe Solicitor for Comolalnant. 48-m C. their approval. concern, thai on the tOd. of January. A. 1>. Elite

,were driven to the Drawdy" mansion "would l c.rf ome of those wild ducks Dated August lit. A. D C.JIIII.A.]MINX 1512. I shall present of the estate my annual of Stella account/ U. !wnuht.s* Administrator -. Realty Parlor 1.1
v and there welcomed by our worthy'sspouse this Order of Publication. 36-Iroo 6 mo Administrator.Old I deceased to the Honorable Oeo F. Parker Mrs.MARY M.
op way. I I Judge of said Court aa Judge of Probate, and L1UMMERSManagrLake t
: aud his bouncing big boy. We Mr. Hanson and Hudson were I ask for their approval
In the Circuit Court of the Seventh JudicialCircuit i
.. View Kitimmee
Dated. 8, ..D. Cottage Fla.
: July 1911.
4 found both in the 'very best of spirits visiting at the Camp house Monday. .in In and for Oftccala. County, state ofFlrid.a. newspapers for sale at this office -_ A. E. DROUGHT t.

i juv? wer.* Warmly welcomed! and here C. Stanford Chancery.II com pl. ".n" ".. J. J. Merrill, at 20 cents per 100. I I am-e roos-pd Admlulntralor.

J ; ,?; 'we are' ,about nineteen miles from your HELP THE ORPHANS and against the Mid all 3 perionci. i. Merrill claiming l or otherwise an interestunder and -. -- -- r - ," I

1 ? city on i a larm located partly along the agalniit all other person, other' than the
known and _
above named parten! claiming ao I. 1
shore of Lake Gentry, the mail road Interest In the property la this bill described, LUMBER LATHS MOULDINGS SHINGLES

,q f from! .St. Cloud to .Whittier .belng close By Adding. Your Mite to the Collection :- To defendants all whom It may concern: I. ,

to the houte.1: Thj is a pleasant .abode .. It appearing from the sworn bill of coir,plaint. I :
on Thanksgiving. Sled in this onne that there are person Interested to1 7!
and the host and. hostess vleing with In the property Involved In this suit oik-' .
,i '. each other to. make pur slay with them In\ view of the fact that Thanksgiving, er than of the such known persons,defendant so luterested, and that are thnames unknown L i ,1-1'

agreeable, we should'be hard to please, day or the Sunday following, is the prayed in to aald the.bill complainant of complaint''and against that relief I such II .-. ;

J .< If not aatlsfid. The business engagement only church collection, recommended by unknown defendant. 1? "
hu been almost forgotten, and the synods of South Carolina Georgia It therefor ordered that all persons claim'' 41 { '
'T Ing an Interest in and to the following described
we are at present enjoying the hospitalities and Florida, to be taken up for their .l:, 0 fF7l.1t'Ilbe. ; : : county of Osceola, (Formerly McNair &Son)

which are so generously extended orphans the following item in regardto Beginning 67 feet South sad 47 degree Lust Dyal-Upchorch Building;, Jacksonville, Florida

and as Miss Dora is a splendid the Thorrwell Orphanage, which is of douth the Florida Weal l comer Kallrpad of Lot company's 4 In Block survey II of the of Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock .\is made from the best timber in Florida is well manufactured o.

housekeeper and a regal cook, we are owned by the three synods aforesaid, the 47 degrees town of East Kissimmee GO feet 'North'1 Ity, sod 4J degrees rnnnlug Last South VJ I and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload lots are exceptionally) (food.

Lu:: thankful for the many good things may be of Interest to the readers of feet. North 47 decrees W est 60 feet, South 41 degrees -
West AO\ feet being part or Lot 4, of H ctlou -
apreadd out before and In no haste to this
frt paper. twenty two (ill), In Township twenty-flv . ._ .
resume the dull routine of business The Thornwell Home and School for I (24) South of Range twenly-nI0'iJ2I'( ) East do - -------" -- ,I
appear to the complaint ; -- -
_* transactions. Orphans was founded In 1875. Its one I buretu fllad on or before the Rule day of Feb- -

:, Mr. Albert Acree, son of the Hon. building has inc.eased to twenty, and the leery said 1M1J bill I to-wit.will'be the taken Mb day an confessed of February else|

&i A. C.,.IB here on a visit and aa the mail each cottage will Rive: a home to It i Is further ordered. that this order be published .
once a week for twelve (1.2)) connecullveweeks Be.d
14 rider, Mr. T<5m Waters, passes to and twenty pupils, more or less. In 1885, In the Kuulmmee Valley Oasttte snewspaper Vf Tlm.e is j

.z, ,'$\. fro each day, besides numerous huntsmen the school wu' so graded as to cover general circulation published In in aald said. county Osoeola county of -it

.' (this being favonta haunt for fourteen years, 1892 a technical Witness\Will H. Price Judge of said Circuit
Court, and my name aa Clerk; thereof, and the 400
.' deer and turkey, and the lake teeming department was added, so that the boys official of the court this 28th day of October AO he i T'

with fish, bringing; forth the anglers) might: be taught some useful trade. .[ 1U11.} Clerk AmHcaE 01 the Circuit. DON EG Court*N.Beal : (

there is no cause for lack of COm pan- This education is given entirely free to By KUIABCTH JOHIIIITUN D CQ .
P. K.lbba. noliolto. for complainant.: 4.i4
V_ ionship.. Autos, pass frequently and as deserving orphans of any denomination Sprint Time, /

: the weather has changed from almost; and from any part of our country. ,

summer weather to a cooler condition, Near a thousand youths have been under _

,.""e are appreciating, weather conditions Its influence and enjoyed its train- '
Because The 400 is the best all wire spring made -
with the other for the ,
In connection pleasures ing. The provision support,

1.a' of our surroundings. If you, Mr. Editor 1. education and other expenses of these 15 1 [$$] and supplies ease and elasticity that is restful and \ _

I I'' :Zi could for a time lay aside your business children. ((266 now with \1)) ia derived J ents I

; affairs and spend a few days at from personal donations 9.f Interested SAVED SAVED refreshing to the sleeper who would be uncomfortable ; (

some of these desirable country resi- persons, and from church and Sunday on the same bed if it was not equipped with j t''

deuces with which our county abounds, school collections.

r:4: we feel assured that the affect would be The Thornwell Orphanage' is locatedin WILL BUY The 400 Spring. f

,1 ,f.' beneficial, and you would also have an Clinton, S. C. No surrender of chil- "-

tt 'opportunity of witnessing the appreciation dren to its guardianship- required of The 400 is made of the very best grade Premier wire. It h . ,\

with which the aid your relatives.. Pupils may leave at 'their
contains 88 oil tempered coils securely fastened by stiff : $:
4', t '. valuable journal is recognized.vy : own choice if they do not wish to re- A 26o can of Mennen's Violet Tal- | i

$4 ( No effort has been made to establish main. Children are not given out to cum Powder cross wires"ffnd rigid frame wires so that th j.t / ,

f1 flowing wells on this place an old time service. The only business of the Institution -
smooth and The height of the coils sufficient
-- sweep raising water from one of the is to teach and train them. -or- even. are to '

_V. finest free stone well in the county at Gifts may be sent to Rev. Wm. P. A Pound of California Peaches ) support the heaviest person in perfect comfort, while the wireis

'present satisfies its owner, buy Impression Jacobs, President. Clinton, S. C. :

is that the future will\ davlop J . I' -or at the same time gently elastic to the weight of a child. I I'' .,_:,

e flows equal in virtue to any which our Greenhouse Opening.
;? The 400 is hand made skilled workmen of ': p
by III
1 country-can boast of. On, Thanksgiving day, Miss Jean Pound of Gooo! Breakfast Bacon | long experterice.

Well Mr. Valley Gazette, continue Caldwell will open her greenhouse' for There are no rough or uneven ends to tear mat- \ [ : .; }
: work we're all'wltb
I w the good ; you. -or

# Miss Dora says she wants it one year the Hydrangeaa sale of plant!and other, ferns decorative, Begonia: plants.Rex. tress tick. The spring is heavily coated with durable" lack I I1 .::i ,

Milk '
.: anyways REX. Also Calla LJliee, Chinese Sacred Lilies A Can of Eagle enamel which makes it noiseless, rustless and germ proof. I \

and other bulbs suitable for this cli -orMany ,

1 ,< WHIITIER mate. Orders taken for roses and at "* We sell The 400 under a five-year guarantee. Ask your I ,. I t 1;
other good thing*
'I{' shrubs. Phone 83. I, 47:2t dealer. He should be. able supply. you. If not. write us. J -: r

_ ;. 4 :-* { !Jt penit sandDoinjsGminjsand Prospect Park lots. '

"Goiocs,of that' lively Place. We have two of the most desirable North Kissimmee I

k., ':Yoar jipWndid' paper'reomes to land and best located iota In Prospect Park Ghol&inCunninghamSpringbfed

; .tf\with clock-like regularity/ tad we KObeJ size 60x135 feet each, which we are offering -

r 4' .% -'%bU op tbe' content* .witll. a gusto nntflw for a abort time at a price much :,1 !: $ 1 Co. fed

; find,no notice of WhltUer',! Then lower than other lots In this subdivision, TaylorsQuick :

throw the not desirable, ate being'sold; for
xw. say Shaw I", and paper .so Manufacturers

Y' Jdown.:. .Say,"where) Ja "your correspondnt. .. Call -on us for'our price on these lots If ...... lt: Delivery'* L .Phone'2f O)0. ] : -Atlanta, Ga.J' :

t&& '. vanyh .w"'Tj' Her*? **' .*. .'with.4 you want .a. great bargain. -

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, t."" .t..d ,. ", ,7Whyis:d' ? thongh tiuitaetlon\ &..rvto;lia"mi.u.rn: ,

V.4'T D r ;Censor contempt ''of' liw id''''''decortnu.. 'hence . d, " .. .. ,

rlJJr ---' there.U littU Justice In'hanam..the fet- ' ",

'I I Xoyia ftKcvEa.H" 'BON.]' ] teri. .pOe.potlt! pnfltaniiuupopmoving ". '-. MAKE. .t ,No, MISTAKE. ; 1

,' A Simplest 'thing. In, this world. Here pictures.; TnTth U not always welcomed slip to tH oU'rtllWS.
? and there in every line of business is an with open arm.,'any more Xhan ft man ,

individual! wit, '. Instincts-akin to those I' used to know' when' h...drank more '

of ,the omnvoroua' >anlmal' who'supplies than was ,jrood. for ,him} In..New .Y N'k : ;

1'M'N .. the meat flavor*in. a'restaurant;: ham and reached home lit Brooklyn after din. FROSTMISSION

) omelet. The.4iuman porkers are'al- net was !!old. Fuony story about him )

lowed to, range 'and root In filth until was the time be tried to sneak ih after .

they begta to.thrt>w' U'in your faces: his wife had gone to sleep. 'At the last ORANGES .GRAPHFRUI'I""atlo." -

y D then they are:mlldly restrained It is moment, when h. was about to retire ,. LtafM* .

too bad for the public\ that they existbecause'their stumbled and plunged headlong and u_ : .f,C..I.aIoII ,
u s I s. keepers: grow'so pious' in Itnde/i'in: ,:attitude o"prayer7,--tili c Mcrchssts ef Ike*

office that they become. almost as1 much "wife, h.ll'asleep, reached out, touched :PfNEAPPLESrVEGETABLES; .Ustud States -

:We sell our Diamonds tlndei'; of :X nuisance as tthe- self-advertising his hair,and said,. +'Get down, Nero,,'* '
\\.r" ; clergymen who shouted at the tope of H.,r,told Jt to Illustrate big pretence of I I.f

written guarantee as to Weight their voices that they would not,,'marry- mind. He licked her hand to preserve ':Southern. Shipping( ,No.'( ,50. v, NPOES ,

1 / + 'Purity and Value. We naue In Colonel Astor to the 1 lady of his chalce. the illusion, but I do not,TOUCH forth ; 'f'i'M
4' stock lOOOO.Ob worth t>i loose If It 1s true that any producer of moving truth of his story, 1s asked,him*wny he *i9 ;NEW,, 'IYOm' < r< 't

p from which to make ytfur selections: picture intended to featn'fe'a wuman conducted'himself in such an unbecom Berenice:, coiNER JAY STREET ": s
gems of Beulah Binford's ing fashion and he offered as an excuse > Aetsa "atlcaa..1' -- :..' .
( :' setting you may desire.. profession, shovingher '. S
We manufacture
1 depravity into' the limelight by tha, she was too condemned virtuous. ,auk ail anmercsstlls Kindly write for stencil if needed.; h
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CUT ..GLASSr' -- - -- '__ flaunting Jijej' In_the faces[ of our women I suppose he meant pious. Truth mustte Ac escles -, :- .y '- -" .
-' 'I.T" '
sn3cbildteniit is time O eliminate as I : told. "aT'trnies" though Tn>e unwelcome l. -eoucrnNaApEtrrwurr: f

x Nothinghas ever been found that j just well as to 're traln. }No orl'anlzat'ion.hould most unwelcome to those who }
takesthe place of.CUT GLASS, whether for tolerate a member who makes a oppress. the kind-hearted, the "alm'pleand I "

I.. Dining Room or Mi Ilay'dVs: Dressing low and vile appeal to what is weak\,. in the generous common people. 1
/ or coarse in human nature. Strong plays must exhibit force and .
$ 7: Table. CUT CLASS has a distinctness of -- !
: .' The moving picture baa come to stay; intensity feeling, especially when
that old or out of style. this high ,emotion is dignified by some
never;grows I it is hire to grow: and to plaf a. won.i :
nobe purpose. Censorship .to be distrusted
trous part in human evolution; its'wide-' kc
I is that which considers mere detail y
influence makes it be
SILVERWARE spread a power to .q
well compared with that of the press;' of 'development "ether than the a "

This department of ,our big metropolitan store is it can surpass printed words In its object motive Take the picture 'of despair R. OHNSTON ,

) complete in its every deta.ilSolid.Silver lessons and reach great heights; recently exhibited by a brilliant young r .
exceptionally! r. wr
both in..the Flat and HolldW Ware, but the beginning must be a censorship actress in depicting the heart-bleeding
Plate Silver.
and. Heavy
emotions of a woman discarded by a
from within instead of from without. FIRE:
creations of
beautiful designs; the latest and most artistic The latter is apt* to be trivial and in man grown weary of his natural sel"c- INSURANCEy

the world's most celebrated silversmiths. competent. For a body of manly, intelligent tlon. A censor discovered I was

t and decent men engaged -Inmakingreels told-something immoral,,Ip this baringof r
soul by a helpless woman her spirit s..
.. ,JEWELRY that have cost to
; money
I cut a few of them out might be like about to be torn from his bydeath.I London. Liverpool & Globe. Etna. .

the immensity of ours a stock as complete -' cold in the could see nothing Immoral-I/ r. not
A store of. j i taking a plunge morning-It Hartford Norwich Union
I L as ours, forbids 'detailed mention. Suffice it-to say might require courage at first, but it looking for it-Honi wit q "I i mal y r 'apd.---

stock'that is that of any of the would result in a finer sense of cleanliness pense. otb strong CompaniesPHONE
that we have a equaUo .
and exhilaration after it was over As I said before, "Why is a Cen.orT" .
f stores in Metropolitan Cities. and lead to greater care in the future \. 48-lt 246
-- -- - - BUILDINGAdvertising

PRICES ARE RIGHT selection of raw materials. A 'Ni Gift Package.
Censorship can easily become lopsided -
My "Express Box" of mixed citrus t
witness the and
: prevailing extremely
AND VALUES BIG fruits packed especially for the holiday .
t vague idea of what constitutes trade and for those-wishing to remem- ,
We solicit mail orders. tr tragedy which confuses stabbing and ber friends at a distance, containing or- ,
gun-play with masterly dramas of pa- anges, grapefruit, tangerines and kum- .
We invite you to visit our store. \ thetic character involving desperate quats, is the best rift package yet of vLong Distance 1 'a
Goods. fered. Price $1.00 per beg f. o. b. '*
select Holiday
time to your
NOW is f
passions or situations'' of extremity. Kissimmee. Mail orders solicited.: H. Phone 296 ;
We will stow same for you and'make deliveries on any Because tragedy in grand opera and R. Overstreet Kissimmee, Flat,, <<-tf < 4.

date direct.Tbe'RustBeckwith. great plays powerfully affects our emotions ? i
you may a humber of moving picture directors The Kissimmee Library. is saying the right thing'

@ v attempted to create the same The Kissitunee Library offers to\;. ,

effect by ihdiscrimlnate slaughter. The subscribers a list of over four hundred at the, right-time'' i ,, -.t., .,
knife-and-plstoT dramas' of Bloody Hun books by the beet authors, any or all of .
Jewelry Co. which have the privilege of readingfor in the
became so common that messenger boys you which right way I 1
only -$2, secures a single ,
g..e'up reading the adventures of Nick r
membership, or $&. for a family memo -
410 FRANKLIN STREET Carter. The bing-bang-boom-boom of bership. Capt. Trench the librarian, \, We make soeclaity of planning. preparing,
Opposite'Court House noisy weapons may have stirred the average will l issue you a membership' card for literature and conducting campallRl for' '
in \, Land COmpanl... Boards of Munict
director rehearsals the above amount. Library State Trade
Florida during just aa "' ,
Tampa Bank building 8-tf \. pallties. and Individuals., :
the shouting and yelling\ of actors during ;j.Notice. ( \, ,

tip 46t studio rehearsals reminds me of the .

racket the New' York ash 'man makes GLENN EAGIN
every morning or when we are takingin Want a positionclerk in"a good ADVERTISERS
I store; have had three years' experience ,
few tons of coal but In the
a we audience and also
t- ; am now assistant
, miss that essential part of the' .. ClerkinI'I. place. Can .TAMPA FLORIDA -

Presents for Ladies thrill even though PErcy Peasbaker in I furnish any reference wanted. 1 wantto ,
the two-man orchestra tries 'real hardto spend the winter In Florida Address
W. L. Watterson, BaskervUle
imitate the roar of battle on his kettle Virginia *3-5t>pd

and bass brum.. Scenes intended
Jewel Boxes Work Boxes Manicure Set, Comb Brush be -1DsplrlnJlln..uch quasi.tragediea Old newspapers for sale at this office .

"I : and Mirror-in-SflTer or Parisian Ivory, Sioocbes.'Pins might have been better. described-as 20 cents a hundred' ,.. .

and Lockets, Chains, Bracelets, Rings, Hand Bags of all aweful,",and those which were crime I ,8. S. BtJZZA & QH .

I-'f' kind any prices, Combs, Barrette, China, Cut Glass and '" Inspiring created a new field for the reformer : \

of equally. appropriate and of whatever he does not under Cement and Concrete "
" Silverware; and hundreds ,_ "< .
elegant articles to select from. '
censor can be of great use as longas Work of all Kinds '

WE ARE MEMBERS OF THE TAMPA TRADE he confines his faultfinding to productions CHRISTMAS ? LOOK!


FARE, SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE those intended to exploit crime but awea'kneu This is the line for the Best People Residence Phone 63
to be feared in external i'I finowhat Mabbette Street
censorship and is the store where you will iyr
ORGANIZATION. i is a narrowing: of the photoplay :\: you want and prices to suit. Office Phone 132. near DillinghamAve I ><;

*' We meet the prices of all legitimate: Mail Order Houses, Quality to an area jn which it cannot vigorously Photographic Department _
Considered. We will-ship goods C. O. D., subject to examination.We survive. The play is a story of human! I,I Kodaks} Cameras. Post Card Pro-

guarantee satisfaction and cheerfully refund money when requested life. Take away its freedom and sincerely ,'I lectors, Albums Photographic Cal- ........................... .. .. .. .. ._ .,.,. j..
o endar Cards and Folders
and it will be a"fal8e picture.It .
. 'deals with emotions that wall up in I I'I Picture DepartmentFinest WHAT IT MEANS 1 -\1 I 4

the hearts of men and women, it may line of Picture Mouldings i M.ny people do not kuoirwh I Bank'i ital l In for. or the dlfferanoi be /I. I
Owen-Cotter Jewelry Co. I;:, in the State. Pictures framed to tween 0 1okoll of little or DO capital aDd out with a large eapiUL fi?
portray passions that eat their way into order. We handle a distinctive lineof'Pictures i .
health strength and sanity like Carbon Water Colors
t the fund thai protect the depmltora from lose, therefore tbe larger It '
613 FRANKLIN STREET fortis biting into a copper plate, not Oil Paintiueg, and high grade productions greater protection the d,,po lloni hare This bank bu a ti the

TAMPA FLORIDA the virtues but the contradictionsof I I of the finest Oil Paintings Capital ......... .. ... ,.'...,.. ....... ...$.WOOOnci ,' I -
only and of the Old Masters. I 8arphufund of .,.. .,... ...... .... .... ? .5.1100110 et
human nature must come into play- bvxkboldera'llabilltr .:."' ., .. ... .."., eoeepuo '. .=
Art Department. ,
when an author is devising one of the Artist Supplies.. Water Oil and A total of, .... : ................ ,... 1126,000 00 I '
varied intricate and sometimes beauti- China Color Boxes, Pyroirraphy or a This means that we must bone$': S.000 00 before our depoaltors ootaJd top a 'k -"
cent This I for VOC. t
. ful presentments pf our seemingly won- Burnt Wood Outfits and Supplies, .f. protection I.. J r

Cypress Shingles drous existence' for the edification or and Metal supplies.Aplika, Brass Craft. outfits : STATE: BANK OF KISSIMMEE I #

amusement of photoplay audiences. We = -oF- .
'Cypress and Pine Lath are marvelous creatures to ourselves, Artistic and Beautiful Gifts = Kl..,IIVIIMKK. f LOeel0.4. .
Hand Made and Colored Pottery, ja /I ,'
inasmuch as none of us happens to en- Karnak Brass and Gold articles of = C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LEE b. .. CARSON '

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real playwright, the one whose mind is I Cushions' Calendars, Xmas Letters, .,' ,,
Flooring Ceiling Siding and Finish Cards, Post Cards, and'Folders of 'C'
classic '
stored with
memories and
knowledge )- A. .
the famous M. Davis ,
e Company
of the arts, who has either a deli- Boston. Artistic Orange wood Souvenirs 4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4 1

r. . Send us your orders and they will have our bestr cate or an impassioned appreciation of and Small Water Color Paintings I .. .
what Is fine in drama and dramatic in' of Florida scenes just the thingto
attention. We Sales for of the
are agents some
I to Northern'f iier>ds.
\ the affairs of humankind, must be.given send your .. ..
largest and best Pine and Cypress Mills in Florida. -VIA-
some room. At the rate plays are now Stationery I
Delivered prices quoted on request d
The finest grade in the latest gift '
being turned out it is growing more and boxes. Old' Hampshire Bond-the :

more difficult for the dramatist to arrange stationery for the gentleman. Foun- ATLANTIC COAST. <
GILLETTE LUMBER & TRANSPORTATION CO. his material' such a way thatit tain Pens-the Waterman Ideal and LINE'S

shall not,conflict with what has gone the famoa Parker Lucky Curve, t,
plain barrels or Gold and Silver
before, so he must have plenty of lati mounted. ;
tude. Narrowness of horizon may suit Toy I''Dixie Flyer"Seminole: Limited"'South ;. ;i.

the appointed! and anointed censor, but .. [ '
Campbell Kid Dolls, Lionel Elec- :
It means barrenness of thought for the tric Railway Cars Trrins, etc. The f'
writer of plays and consequent grey Dan Patch Racer for the boys and Atlantic Limited" l

3 The BULL BAS MARKET monotony on the screen. girl Prestidigitator.Nystie Magic Sets Our for the ,I ,L.-. ..
young toys are
: Facing the hackneyed expression of .
of the order.
only high grade Montgomery Route!
I t'.
whether or not all author of talent s ,
; _
Bfardea One BIocE
bound to withhold the truth br bound to Photo & An. .
disclose it to be answered the Tampa Through PoUmaa Can floes Chicago StVLoot Lia. ,\ ;
seems by *.-Cbcituudl1.i 'I.iiaapoli i ;
i :Fresh Florida of all kinds. fact that progress of mind bad nearly'l| V.I.1I""** Aftl..A. '1H...!:.;..1..*:.';..:to'J 1 ft i .. ,%' &.,. '
1'lU4l, '. '; ; r'
MEATS a'f. :
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L thought by writers 6f sufficient cultivation ".
' 'POliL'JRY-<_ FRESH FISH or natural genius to create new ideas .207-209-211 Fraakliii St. Phone 2T .: DINING" CAR/SE'RV: : ',: E' . \.o &

) and Ideajsx 'trade ok} lamps If or'-hew.; Member of the Tampa.Trade .

i rSpeefat Attention to Pfrone. Orders and Free It wast this ucouj+t' hat'.the'press Extension Association, ,; For further inf aNrft.; to ..

Delivery any part of the City. Phone 189 was accorded liberty tOPe e'elramount-, it G. KIKKLAND; DivIsIon Passenger,Agent '. :: : ., fTampaLFlorldaf '

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,STATEJAWS port practice: la to make small conical I'WISH to say to the contemplating PHYSIC tN,arid 3I1RE0! N I

? "-' I pile about ten bushels _h.-.a.nct'to builders in Kissimmee and ,
1. Audubon'Sodety' Gives Complete List I I cover t1Mrm'wlth-.qiJ and :.bark. AM far surrounding country that I hare\ Office over Osoeola Pharmacy', 4

I1111'L'4 Latest Style Slides ,of :Birds Protected. a* my observation< coca lids method It :I succeeded for the well in known getting brand the agency Cherokee PRONES.l I Of Residence>Ice 148 63' t
frequently 4 .failure, because the >eon-j Cement Plaster.', Jt will ,go .
the'" of these a.-'' 'make harder wall and
Although hunting season openedon tents : pile are not properly farther( a T t t
.the first of the .month. it is not too cured against rain and are not properly -, bettor wall spread easier andgive .
( better satisfaction than.any 'llW
late' for some, of the unexperienced ventilated. In my own practice. I other made. Every sack L. WINN

'lI FOR 'WOMEN ipotimen, to. post themselves on' the have found it best to store sweet pota guaranteed.bran; One million dollars a ii

I;+ law applying te. game In this state and toes In banks oq the top of ground conveniently ,backs up guarantee., $l .OO tong h ." .,. PHYSICIAN_.

,.:ount). The fallowing paragraph pre- near to .the barn or dwellinghouse. MMCM' ,
With the short, narrow skirts now .In( vogue/ the i'mast, be pared by the Florida Audobon Society I A piece of ground' running: B. DICKERSON, UN*: RMIDICNCR Pro PHONK** V7. iOFMCB i 18 KiaaiMMEE, FLOUB. 5
carefully shod or the effect of a costume is ruined: . ,
explain in a terse but clear manner north"and couth of the desired,.length
The button shoes in tan, /gun metal, and patent leather .re leaders I ,
the high shoes showing cloth and velvet tops'"for dress and eml- .how the. bunter'mUst conduct 0----himself and about four feet.wide is levelled by G. THOMASON ;

;j dress wear. -. to be safe from prosecution.What mean of"a hoe'or' Take; and the potatoes F e .. >
t Is Always Unlawful.-To kill are piled on. this,about five feet ,rat' : and SURGEON ri....
C QUEEN QUALITY capture, have in possession living"or deep tapering to a' sharp ridge. This rj4si M. TILLER PHYSICIAN,

We again have in stock the low shoe so popular last 'yearwith dead buy, sell GI' uffer for sale, any makes a long V-shaped bank and care '
broad last low heel of mannish appearance In patent leather 4 wild non-game bird. is taken to have the sides with a smooth = Real Estate Agency. : Office Phones 74 and :3. Residence 26'DI e eR

,, eyelets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7:50 Td take or have .possession, the nest and uniform slope. After all the potatoes t'

i!. The other has cloth top, 14 buttons,. with patent leather lamp or eggs of any wild non-game: bird. are piled in the bank a good plan << ...e\e\N\aNeee eN.aS.Nae1 B. D. WIENENGA ,

t so cut .. to make the foot look much smaller than it really Penalties: Fine of .$5 for each (offense is to allow them to have a few daya. 4. .. and sold. VETERINARIAN
r to . . . . .. ... . . .. . . . . . .. M -. Realty bought ,
1' and $5 for each bird or part thereof exposure to the eun so as to become << Houses rented. STOCK TREATED FOR '
-'' The "Dixie1patent leather with suede top buttton. k>w nest or eggs I>possessed or imprisonment thoroughly dry covering at night with Taxes AM. DISEASES .'"
b . heel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $t ill paid and Titles verified ,,,:-;
ten days or both. sacks or hay to keep off the dew. Then for non-residents. Dey Phone 21.; } I
1 Muses school shoes in high button, gun metal medium We have wild turkeys,, quail l or partridges the whole bank is covered two or three Ig<< Life and Accident In- .lehll'honr'lee. \ ] ORLANDO, FEA. ea"?
heel . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . W it ichea of .., Fire ---- \ \ '
in pos eaaloo between March 1 deep with some kind hay and suranee.' "
fo and November 1. 'F the of inches of soil fc I BRYAN .' :.1
ne.$25 to $100. over hay a couple 4 Indemnity_ Bonds. rff JJK. N. >- t
To kill jn one day more than twenty- are thrown. The hay absorbs the i
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MEN ni w---.A.- ** ir *?** UHNTIST ; ;'
FOR five quail or partridge and four wild moisture that is friveiuon by the pota- _
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I turkeys; party of two or more fifty toes during the sweating that occurs Squires Building '
The quail and six wild Fine $25 after the bank Is entirely covered. New York Avenue "J.-:, '
"Scoop" toe for conservative men, and the "Ape for those turkeys. I soon '
ef t t I who like the latest models in tan, button are the leaders. These to $100. The soil keeps the hay in piece, and protects The Home Bakery Man ST. CLOUD. .... FLORIDA i1 .
are made on wide lasts with high toe effect very easy to wear. To trap quail or jjartridgee except against cold. The bank should be 'II i

upon one's own enclosed, cultivatedland. made water-tight by means of board Takes this opportunity to thank r\R. J. W. SIMPSON f i:

FLORSCHEIM Fine $25 to $100. laid lengthwise with lapped edges to the good people of this city for t \
IKNT1ST.l'j .
To Bell offer ti sell, or have in pos shed rain; or a temporary frame of their liberal patronage and would ':
Tan button lace .. 15 C COFFICF
"scoop" toe or s session for sale any wild turkey, quailor scantlings; can be made over the bank, also take this means to Hay that \ | .tnn-b III Katz Building I'

Dull upper, patent vamp, button $5 partridge. Fine $25 to $100. and shingles! or tar-paper used to keep our limited facilities for making : IIOI'H : t II a. m. 1.0 12 m. :;
f I 1:30 to 15:30: ;
) "Scoop" last velvet calf for general wear $5 To ship wild turkeys quail or partridges the potatoes dry.If goods will prevent (for awhile) our Telephone So0 : Jun 6.p.ITT m. \ j

I Ask to be shown the Kuxhen shoe, for tender feet, with wide out of the state. Fiiie $2 A.t.o the crop i is stored in this way, it in general delivery to all parts of the \ + t
square toe, natural shape. The soles are lined with two layers of $1UO. less likely to rot than with ordinary city. Quality and variety will I be IR.J W. W. CARSONDKNTIST J4,

:- I felt forming an air cushion that breaks the jar when walking. To ship beyond the limit of the I methods, and it Can be held until late In maintained always. Our nice] A ';

county 'where killed any wild turkey I spring, when prices run high.-C. K. ) i'
HANNAN quail or / 8rtridge. Fine $25 to $100. McQuarrie in Press Bulletin 177 Agri- Oflicp( over C.ole' Jewelry Store it;

To hunt on Sunday. Fine *25. cultural Experiment Station. Also HOT BREADwill Office Hours: K-l! 1--5I ,'.', -'
I Specials in latent correct shapes. Low dress shoes,
I leather colt button $6 I For non-renidents to hunt without aicense. be ready mornings and afternoons I Office) phone 1M* "
vamp upper
Fine not) exceading $100. TRAINED ANIMALS and a nice variety of PIES Kenidenoe U.'t: I'L .. \'
1r'' Tan, same last, lace Oxford. . . $5.50 -
To enter the enclosed lands of
upon and CAKE Partiew and Weddinga
We also carry a full line of the popular Douglass shoe, all shapes, another that are posted, to hunt or ; DERBYSHIRE, M. D., k"
from . . _. . . . $2.50 to 4.60 I fish. Fine 20. Aid Greatly in Making Interestingthe specialty. I

Game Bird -The following are the Circus Program. A. SMITH Special attention given to the ,
game birds of the state: Swans, geese, treatment of Women and

FOR CHILDREN brant ducks, rail, coots, mudheads, The management of the Sparks DARLINGTON AVENUE Children. ;

gallinules, plovers, snipe woodcock shows have made It a study for years '
Office Citizens
over Bank. PHONE 184 _
give circus in
tl sandpipers, tellers, curlews wild turkeys a program replete 24-3mospd V'
BUSTER BROWN all particulars and knowing full well "
partridges or quail, turtle doves
the Importance of some high-class .
r. A. VANS AONIW w. ( cBAwroa tf
Guaranteed to be one of the most substantial shoes made. They aud robbing. animal acts the
on program, this
I come in alll leathers and various styles.Boys' All others are non-game bird. year Imported from Germany several enne h p. BuMeI1 V ANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD \

r +, shoes from, .. .. . . . . . . . . . ,$1.75 to 3.00 Not Protected. -English: spairows, acts that canaot fall to create a sen

I Glrll' shoes from. . . . . . . . . $1.60 to $3.00 big: and little blue darters (Cooper's _Uon. 'The Germans have made animal 1 ,;r);
'. and sharp-shinned hawks), the great training a fine art, and some of Offlowi: 1.<-V(.! Citf.enn Rank BulWing ,i
Last comes the baby and for him have nice line of
: we a moccasins I
the most notable animal acts In thiscountry BARBER SHOP
in various colors and materials. hprned owl crow; ricebird, meadow- Kissimmee Florida "
are but copies of the .wonderful *, i
lark jackdaw and butcherbird (shrike) --
act aa they are producedacross i ,.-,
are not protected. 1. I. MOON H emcEe '
the water. Drinks & !
Cold Cigars )
Hunters take their home
may game The acts Imported from Germany '190N & GEIGER .'4 ,
with them within the state but not for this season Include a spectacular -1.V 1, ,"

H. C. STANFORD COMPANY sale. equine drill and pyramid; performance Kissimmee Fla ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ''!;"[

Open Season for Birds.Quail or 117 a group of Arabian stallions that "
Oy u I Office State Bank .
partridges and wild turkeys: November la said 'to be the most beautiful pieceof ,
Kissimmee, Florida .1:'
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to February both inclusive. I horse training ever attempted. The I

t \ Ducks: October to March both In- I herd of performing elephants under FlemingCLEANING F. KR1BBS J,
clu Ive. he direction of their German trainer, : G f-
Ii, Paul Jacob, will produce groupings, ...
V. Season for Deer.-As a rule deer ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE FLA.' <
'. pyramids and maneuvers heretofore
t hunting l is lawful throughout the state thought Imposalble. A group of forest -
from November let to March 1st but bred African lions will also hold PRESSING Examination of Titles a Specialy. >,"

the same law applies to selling venisonor an Important place on this Interesting DYEING sade Notification and payment of taxes of */r-.
non-reiidents given careful \
;Dining Tables to killing': more than the allotted program1 on account of the wonderful REPAIRINGLeave attention. .)i;: "

number of animals, as fixed by the control their trainer Mr. Frits Brun- *jROBERT
y l.. .' ', various counties. Selling deer meat or ,ner, >ha over these really ferocious '; G. JOHNSTON'i ;; : -
? atate man killing beasts.. word at my house aDd clothe 1"1
shipping it out of the ia viola-,
Tie extensive menagerie carried by will\ be called lor and returned. .
"Chairs' In''most "
tion :of the ,jaw counties
the show also affords unusual Inter t
hunters small ? JJORNEY AT LAW .
are restricted to a num- ,
is eat to those who are fond of 8tlld1'lncanimal Satisfaction Guarantee
V ber of deer each season, and game war- life. In It are presented many "> 'rSrt

dens have.strenuously enforced this new specimens hitherto unknown to KIHSfMEEE: FLORIDA V:

& j jv rule.No the zoos of America. ,"' f

H Sideboards protection is given other animals Besides the trained animals some I.el'INC' MAIWBy T. PIC-TON WAH1.OW
of the world's greatest gymnasts : I I. ile Cx>un_l for Judge <>f the ,
native to Florida which would tempt
aerialist, acrobats and equestrians S.II.BUfOCKREAL Florida H K. C orom. Criminal Court r,1ASSE' .;
the hunter in search of edible game.
- have a place on the bill and after the \ 1 & WA'RLOWATTORNEYS r.( -
a' grand opening spectacle, which Is I
Sweet Potatoes.How brilliant In Its coloring and masnlve ESTATE AND COUNSELLOS ':
U Dimng.Table! round in polished oak center lu effect the program will go forward .....................,. AT LAW ".J,
.p pedestal extra leaves. Heavy and sub- C with so much vim and vigor the acts Practice In all the Court of the tl '> '
q sUntial. Prlce.p 1116 to store the sweet potato cropin will all be of such a high order and INSURANCEExamination the rood United Commi..tun Stat.! .end.lao! the>'Intestate!,.. the '-'ortdlH'C.--). :f.l*

T such a manner as. to ensure against classified to such a nicety, that the/ Gomml..lOn. j
of f Titles
loss by decay is a matter that seriously Liost critical audience caanot help a 11-11 CHARIJQITON BLDQ. ORLANDO FLA. V '

Dining Table squarefive legs polished oak concerns the farmers of the states A bat be pleased. > .. 841" \
extra leaves. A neat and satifsactory table. Specialty. f.11 .
Price $9. considerable loss occurs in this trop The Useful Verij""TO Oct. -- '

,- every winter from preventabl causes. There Is no word, long or short lathe Correeoondence Solicited. f
':'i The methods of harvesting the crop are W. S. HARWELL
English language capable of
i Dining Table square oak, extra leaves. Price $6.50Dining performing l \ ;
responsible for a large amount of this so much labor In a clear Intelligible
i I loss and the methods of storing: for sense aa the verb to get; REAL ESTATE t ;

Chairs in many styles and prlcea.I most of the balance. and hero la an old-time specimen of FIORIDA.REAL. [STATE fOR SAU Notary Public it ;
its capabilities: Large
The bulk of this crop is not generally
I* harvested until the first frost occurs. "1 got on horseback within ten minutes Beautiful winter home sites situated Office in Beaman Building ts'KISSIMMEE ,
ir'+ Oak[Chair, all wood, excellent design. $2.25 after after I got letter. Whoa in the Lake Region Florida. '
your oj
"4 ? The field should then be gone over, and FLA.STOP. ']
; the vines cut from the crown of the I got to Canterbury I got a chaise tor Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor .::1
) : town but I got wet through before I -
> Ock[Chair with padded leather seat $2.25 hills by means of a sharp hoe or sickle. ; small tracts
got to Canterbury and! I have got sucha -
This operation prevents the decay in cold aa I shall not be able to get CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTYList '

Oak.Chair with leather |1$1.75 the frosted vines from being communi- Ted of In a bulT)'. I got to the treasury "
stamped Feat with
I your property me for quick .
cated to the and causing first of all
j i potatoes so : about 'noon, bat I got salts.
the soft rot which shows itself soon shaved and dressed. I soon got Into 'j
? Cane-seated Chairs in several styles $1.10 after the potatoes are dug. If we follow the secret of getting a memorial before ;

Y ? ; this method the potatoes can ripenin the board but I could not got anan.wer H. M. Breaker & Co.Box and see us if you are going to build.J; ;{
then I Intelligence We 'It
II ; however got make plans 1
Sideboard in oak with the ground before we dig: them and and erect any style of- )
I? top 191x40 In. Then from the messenger that I 178 KISSlMMEE. FLA. building. We \!
low bevelled mirror baa a small shelf on their keeping. qualities will be, im should moat likely get one the next: make our own artificial J... "
f, .each aide. There two small drawers stone and brick and '
( are proved. > are close dealer +
Aa I back
4 t; i one felt-lined for silver and a large drawer In the digging operation care should morning. soon aa got to my L. IScCALLeISTERKi59.mmee'ts: :: in lumber. We also manufacture all Il
for table linen, all with' locks. The two Inn I got my supper. When I got up kinds G
r '' cupboard doors are of leaded, crinkled' glassy be exercised to prevent injury to the In the. morning I got my breakfast / Monumental work, .
x in brown and green. ? Price $33. tubers by cuts scratches or bruises, and then got myself dressed: that I 'Well Driller KISSIMMEE r
: which are another' source'of soft rot. might get out In time to get an answer CONSTRUCTION, CDs; r

itj Where a considerable acreage is to be to my memorial As soon as I got It Is prepared to drillARTESIAN Sproull Ave and Midland Ry. j

j Sideboard in oak top 18x40 in. High shelf harvested it will be a point of economy I got Into the first chaise and got to '" =- i- ); I
; pt, over the mirror low 6-in. shelf on each Canterbury by 8 o'clock and about WELLSin -- ..;: rf '
r p side.. Two small drawers one lined with to use a regular potato-digger. This tea time I got home." < '
felt large linen drawer two cupboards be- C \rorks better and quicker, avoida Injury 1 any section of Florida. JENKINS & WOODIIAMATTORNEYSATLAWf
t r neath. Prlce.p 1114 and ensures the getting: of all the : .
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crop from the ground.

i. After the digging the crop should be J. W. THOMPSON Drilling Ten years is ;a ot Guarantee successful of Well '':: ;{, j j'r

allowed to lie on the ground in row* for Ability to.produce the best my $ t

three or four days so aa to get thor FUNERAL DIRECTORand results. Surveying and \ 5

,1 (OSCEOLA HARDWARE oughly: dried and cured by the sun. It 1-

: Is aa necessary to cure potatoes both

Irish and sweet. aa it la to cure hay or TWO AND :FOUR INCH .Drafting

have seldom if ever seen a successful .
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'. Opposite
: sweet-potato house/ made by digginga : P. O. Box: 344 OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL

.. \ hole in the ground and roofing I to, or
&>, '-'-=--. by injltatlng! a smoke house ;r because KiaaiMMEi |IFLoRIDA 1s.s1znznee.: :: : :: Flo>,daI KISSIMMEE. FJjL t ty.

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will search and examine the title to the land which you are about to purchase, : .

. in Osceola County, or elsewhere'in. Florida,". and if found to be Good will . Vus: : ,'

Guarantee you against loss by reason of mortgages, liens, unpaid taxes and ". ' '

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? It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments in
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:;- . imperfect titles. We accomplish this by a thorough. search. of the records and. .-r.

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EDWARD A. r MASH. eretary. V. R., JUDSON. Treasurer'I I .

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I Home Office Branch Office ., 'cKissimmee 'I :'1// :

Bisbee Bld'gJacksonville LEWIS O'BRYAN, Manager Kissimmee Branch /

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Trite and Truthful gins compassion! sympathy and love | curing prepaid subscriptions, either'old -
Instead of competitive strife, and the or new, to the paper.
.J. "I' vt blessedness of giving; and receiving. I Is Five automobile*-one Chalmers, one -
,[BY OLD. PROVERBS.], enjoyed. by all men HerreshofT,and three Hupmobilf s-head r .
h the prize list, At least of them ,
.. one I
: to be deeply study .
?i_VBilsley" seems '
':._ing science,'(of how to get office.) v Our .t ar, sin[ disease, insanity, depravity must be awarded In this division,while ,', It" ... c1 .'. . ," ,' ..' ,
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under the rules; ft Is for three '
I are all Illegitimate. They Are possible '
t thought utterly unliKe God and we have involved of them to be won in this county. .In While present stocklasts :
attested, :
Every system is
ourselves in prodigious disorder addition to the automobiles a $400 piano i- .
divine or human, true or false, right/ or
on account of our ignorance in the math a $159 diamond ring, a $100 bank .
by its to change the sin- '
wrong power
account, and a $100 furniture outfit ,
, cursed order of society in which we live
must be awarded in the small district "
to a paradise of Kod. we selling
, Over in California the men seem to in which this county is a part. 1 are
think that their wives and mothers are The contest is just starting and
The doctrine of the "Man of Sorrows"was human beings. That old star that we aud "nominations" are open. Bright, I II.
to give joy to the poor, needy Ignorant have sung about so much will wide-awake persons of this county ap- I
and oppressed. bringing good face about. pear to have before them an unusual '
- news to them ,in a power of deliverance. opportunity to be handsomely rewardedfor .
\ It puts shoes on the bare feet bread in All visible few weeks of work
1 manifestations of human- a pleasant among I
the hungry stomachs elothes on the friends. I PARIAN PAINT ;
ity are effects they can never be causes,
1 shivering oacks and gives liberty' to but must always remain effects. And I Those who desire to enter and win one ; < l
them that, are enslaved. men are eternally.transposing and readjusting \!- of the valuable prizes should send their
; these effects in order to solve names at once to The Tribune Contest
I, The stream that is to rise, spread and the problem of life. Department. Full particulars will be ,

"'' purify the world is of God. And all* true sent in' return. Several of the prizes (every gallon guaranteed) , {
religion/ has a mission to make men free. Wealth is what a man is and not what should come to this county. r
|f l They start with God, they end with he has. ," I. ,
t man. Divine origin and human destiny '1

;' It is a cardinal sin to rear a girl to .
SHIP 'RUITa AND the low {
The mission of "Him who spake as womanhood and accompany her to the I aiTABLBS. at price of ;
To the old tellabl.I
never man spake" was altar utterly ignorant of all thai; marriage Corris.lo. al.reat.t.
,_" v tidings if the poor, proclaiming release does, must and should mean. I / .
J: of the captives, gIvingshrbt to the I VINZAIMT&CO.JACKSONVILLE .

A blind, set at liberty those that are "And No. 2," to raise a boy to man-I FLA. $1.50 gallon'Excepting. .r.
bruised and to proclaim the year of Ju- hood who has no conception of what ...1btI per ,
bilee." pertains to good, pure, refined motherhood I
wifehood chastity and refined
",)VhY not have God's will be done on. character. I ( the Window 'Green
Have tried
I,'\\1 earth as 'tis in heaven. I you '
t' The promised kingdom come right: now, SAXON FOODthe
't,; Its blessing here to be given; I GRAND OPPORTUNITY
Why only sing of that blissful land substitute for Cream of \

that country far away, 1 Tampa Morning Tribune Offers Thou Wheat.Fresh Get lot off package.other cereals It's fine.Including -
Ob, let us have it here and now, to live Puffed Rife, Post Toaat-
I'* It every day. sands of Dollars to Horidians. i lea, etc..

I Great interest has been created In this ? DEUVEBT ANT HOOK W. B. M AKIN SON fi,
Few people want to be saved from .
'$ their Bins. county by the announceVnent' of the I C'WGifffinNorth .;.
Tampa Morning Tribune that it would
Many people have a desire to be savedthe /give away to popular and energetic peo I Kiesimme, *. Phone &: .- COMPANY :
their ple in the state of Florida more than ,
e\ rom effects of sins.
$11,000 in automobiles end other prizes. "
Besides automobiles, diamonds, r
( :,He who wilfully tries to Injure another pianos I
bank accounts and furniture included -
fanut object of pity rather,than,resenttn IrSpedatprke . .
.nt, in the-prizes offered, and these a
10 under
;... gifts are to be awarded absolutely free acres good 'fence; i I :' r '
( .'The grandest acts of charity is to the to,the persons, receiving.the. highest with 100. peach trees of 8 '

;, ,helping, man, ao that alm will not be number of vote,.. \ early varieties-adjoining I I I on Doors ; . ,
,;: ,necessary. ', A special invitation is extended by Fowler Park .. ? $?50. 1 ,; ; I
The Tribune to energetic people in this "
h 'The human race, which declares Itself county to'enurthe race and win on.of '. 100 thousand Sash and Screen Doors ;'AS
f- \ to bes fallen race, is in estate of abJBormlty. the prizes.. Any white person of good acres'cut-over I' ,. .'
; ', .. f, character, man of woman,"boyv or' girl land @ $i5.t.O, good farmln 'I

I '. .1--1j.: is eligible'and/ there are 110,obllgationllattached land.\. i I .\ ... .

., 7v. It's a fact that. InaUad of6carcltyeramteB entering.. :Votes are secured: J. M. \VTILLSON, JR -. ... -. -.. .- ': ".." ,
,.> >aipetlUon. ;Let f am'Ine by clipping! "'and'sending; In balletelhst I ' t t 'I.." -- / $.

4v; overtake a'natknT. "';,and,at once,'- .be-M':' appear* dally. to.'The' Trbune' .>*..and. .by, te: ,'. -..i.. :q 1ro ". .- ,: ...;" v' ,MnW .. -
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.. THE,.KISS1MMEE "V ..u..LrY'JiAZ.t1' tE November; 24'tj9If1
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't, iri 'F1otklli' 'and any thine Mr. 'Brown 1 lection''Cot;: fcter'ret to act M phalrmrn. the beach front"** ready tor the roof; 'll. a m

i "tile KiSsimmee Valley Gazette ells i i. worthrfry dollar be asks, a* : was earned, and the chairman appointed and Mr. B.k...'* bungalow is beginning .
be i* known asa' man whose' hoaor' I Is Capt. Scriber and Frost to act with to show above the magnolias. and gua- > >.1; h:.'
'.. : .* above price. He i* one of our most him. . vas ort the beach front. : ,;
t w. B, HARRIS.! "Editor.d Prop'r. successful citrus grower, and ha 'Motion by Capt. Frost and G. N. Mr. MacCallister has finished Mi1, ba ; ;. !i<'
5. J. TRIl LETT, '.81tCKIate Editor. amused a fortune In that industry.', Smith; that the matter of equalization ; ker' well at a depth of?224 feet,'and yqz
--- -,..... .-'" : of taxes be made a subject.of special has a fine flow of water. The machin-
PDPL&HED EVKRT FRIDAY. Mr. .F.: M. Ensign ana family arrivedin : business at the,'next meeting, was, car- cry i ia now on Mr. Rlgg 'n'. property '/ t\t10
.u the city this week feom Glen Falls, I ried. [ and in a few days a well will_be finished .
Gazette Building. -
:Office 4ri Valley ". N..Y..and.wIU spend the winter and, --One new, .jrnemberjMiLadner.jwa, \ : there. When this i I. completed all the > il
'K1881MMKK.: OBCEOLAqOUNTT) .TLA."SUBSCRIPTION possibly locate permanently. They have taken in.' J'Adjourned beach front lot now,..occupied will have '

EATER rented Mrs..< Bender' place in North 1 to meet November, 27. flowing well. : BaMn'JPomfer: p pAAcokrteyPzire

.. . .. .......... ..1100AIKaommunleatfona. Kissimmee Mr. .Ensign. la a cabinetmaker I Col. McCool; Lew Seamans. Mr. Suf :
oM r..on.T I.r ." . . and upeolaterer. He has beenreading fen of ; Indiana, and.Mr. .Fairbanks' of .
1 OM_..... mmUM.... .. ''' '' ..h'. 10 KISSIMMEE PARK the Park started : 06 5 8z5oinc
the Gazette for some timeand I Thursday"morning on i -
"" h..l.aedby't ear. was-induced -to- | tb.writer -
evrrMpondmta.mud .- -"
..... through this medium -
-. tAd matter will not b. returnedall o to:
. l-for.sound. Items of Interest From Our Busy Our local school, under the aupervisIon
-vf Miss Hodge with \ <:J.
--- Mr. John M..Lee attended a meetingof : ,.
at Klaainima: *.Fla.. .M I the board of trustees of Southern Neighbor Across the Lake. pupils enrolled, has reached\the limit e1' ,T '
.o.d.elw raairmitUr.Friday =- ,,- ..,_ 7'- : College at Sutherland tola week, and far a* accommodation are concerned .'.. J
: 'report that.. splendid educational institution Mr. Carrington E. Barr, presidentof and our citizen are now talking of .
November 24, 1911 in a flourishing condition. He the Kissimmee Valley Land Co., under necessity. af another schoolhouse for ( Where the finest biscuit, .
a .... states that the enrollment this term i Is whose administration Kisaimmee children of parents who are rapidly ftIlinjr '
jji -- --- -. far ahead of what it ha ever been be- Park ha been such a wonderful success up the Park. t cake, hot-breads, crusts
i jjf still spent several days in the Park last week The fencing around the'tract of land
fore, and'that new pupils are coming s
Local Overflow Jiu MrV-L\ .e4III.velY enthusiastic meeting old friends and getting acquainted owned by Messrs Houck Paige Dunne I or puddings are required ;

t{' ov rthe work being done .by the management -with new arrivals.- 'He took quite a and Slower 1* ..rWrjycompleted) and] '
A, ,.te///i/// '. of the college and thinks the number of photographs' while in the yesterday they commenced to stretch''' Royal indispensable.- ,, .
Park and inspected the company property wire for the '
if. outlook for the future of the institution fencing around the tracts
Mr. J. E. Mattockpresident! ] the exceedingly bright. *s well as the company improvement of C. M. Baker Charles Sundmacher. j{

4 1 Lake Gem Land Company, states that ... ._ ,. Miss Carpenter and W. L. Wyant. !
he ha received at least one hundred inquiries - ----- - -- Dr. Phillips. of Buffalo' N. Y.. who. Mr.. JonHn. Vl..l..........iw....> I .i j Royal is equally valuable
in answer to his advertisementin some time ago purchased ten acre of efficient surveyor j. r;was in theoParkrsev: ; ->
the Valley Gazette offering lots in St. Cloud grapefruit land and beachfront lot was eral! day this week giving the builders- in the preparation of plain, r'
Lake Gem Villa and ten-acre tract for in the Park several days making arrangements and fence makers their proper line, '
ale, and that he considers this paper to have his land put in shape thereby avoiding the confusion that substantial every-day ;
medium he for planting. On'one of his visits to the y
the best advertising ever usually follow in a newly settled coun- .
patronized. Mr. Mattock says he ext Park he appeared in hunting costume, foods for all 'occasions.
pvct to Mill every lot In Lake Gem I T. C. ROBERTS Correspondent. carrying a Winchester rifle. We noticed try.Last Lunday the member ofthe Farmer ,

r Villa within the next, sixty days. him towards dark over in the cove, the *' Institute, with professors from' i '

Comrade F. E. Elklns and family of ducks flying in every direction; the rifle the State Agricultural College, vi Jte4, . .
colored was arraigned
George Washington, cracked repeatedlybut duck
Belfast Me., arrived Monday evening never a the Park and under the direction of, '
before Court Commissioner and located at their bungalowon Tell. What kind of stories he will tell Mr. Houck visited the different sections'' The only balking powder made '
are now
Crawford, about ten days ago on acharlt'e his friends in the North we are unableto of the Drain's and timber land .
Wisconsin avenue. Comrade El- ,
of carrying concealed weapons know, but Kissimmee Park has not ined some of the from Royal Grape Cream Tartar .
kins was with us last winter and we grapefruit grove and .
and that officer ordered him released. him back. lost any wild ducks on account of, thedoctor's seed beds and all of those professional
are glad to see
f The ruling of Commissioner Crawfordwas Miss Emery who has been visitingfor prowess a* a,rifle shot. gentlemen were loud in their praise of'
excepted to by the prosecuting at- the summer with her mother on Mr. C. A. Stowers.manager of the Kissimmee Park. $uch expert opinion' No Alum-'No"Unto Phosphates ,
torney and appealed to Judge Price Akron Concrete Works, of Akron Ohio made us feel surer and certain I "
returned to more of
Michigan Orting
who'affirmed the ruling of the commis avenue who purchased ten acres of \{
Wash, on Monday last. Her departureis grapefruit prosperity that we are all hoping ;t t
land and ten acres of prairie land in the for. ..
custody mncn to be regretted as she has CORRESPONDENT, j ,." r'
Park, was here several
making arrangements
done much to help along matters here. -i--

Mr. P. F. Leach, who was one of the Miss Emery is adjutant at the Orting planting. We for noticed his fencing him;, plowing a few days and Big Bargain In a Home. : i.'.\ '.

the Citizens Bank in this home. .
organizers ot while .
ago trying pull Frank Heaton'sboat -- --- --- ----- -- -- i
:. city but who for the put few months George Spaulding was run over bya from its mooring; sit down Splendid{ new six room house Justin- ,'
has been traveling through the North train on the Kissimmee logging roadon gracefully in the lake, as the boat very un- I side city limits, fine deep well lot con- i Alderman-Walker. I r Thanksgiving Services: .,,
and West baa returned to this city Wednesday last. He sustained a : tains two acres of ground good, new I,
i expectedly
accompanied by Mrs. Leach ,and fracture of the collar bone 'and two Anyone that slipped know Mr. Stowers'its fastenings. barn, wagon and buggy sheds, and all Miss Bessie Walker and Robert H. Next Thursday' evening Nov. 30 af .;**

will remain until late spring. Mr. ribs but is doing very nicely. ana: build can imagine what, shape under good, new fence. Fine location Alderman were pronounced man and 7 o'clock there will be union Thank-
stated that he went Earl R. Baxter who has for several a for small truck wife last Thursday morning at thebride's
q Leach everywhere picture he made sitting in the garden or poultry aanch. giving services at the Methodist I
were talking of Florida, and especially months been in charge of the plant of placid This i is a fine proposition, where home. Miss Bessie the daughter "
waters of beautiful lake. you
our of church The Rev. Bunyan Stephen
of Kisslmmee and that a large the St. Cloud Tribune has resigned his will have the freedom of the country,' Judge H. Walker is one of
Mr. Baxter has done It was our pleasure a few day ago to Basslngerf brightest and most beautiful will preach.
position. good close
number would be here this winter. yet enough to enjoy all the advan-
look the few
over remaining tracts in Let all attend this service and Ina
youngjadies. Mr. Alderman is us
work here, and we trust that he may tages of the city such as splendid high considered -
Kissimmee Park not sold. We .,
the meet with the success which he deserves yet were school, best one of the most wealthy.stock, public manner express our hearty
In in hi subscription to markets
sending churches etc.
surprised to learn that of the
God for His
prairie in Osceola to Almighty '
Gazette Rev. E. B. Reynolds. of Ha- in any undertaking he may be Price-'!''$1,600. H. M. BREAKER & Co. men county and is one of'Baasinger's thanksgiving
land only twelve
-acre tracts remain, manifold blessings during the past
connected with. The of Mr. prominent business men.
evening 48-tf
be ,
Ind. writes to
gerstown hope
i of Kissimmee Baxter's departure the G. A. R. drum and only two 5-acre tracts of timber The happy couple left for Kissirnmee year. Special music by the union .0t4. '
street v
? walking again land unsold.. By the first of next Feb- where will few choir. W. H. FuNK.n
of St. Cloud him a serenadeand they spend a days, after
: soon hands with old corps gave Florida .
should be Maps.
r ruary we ready to organize a which they will North.
and drinking in the ozone of her beau- he left followed by the good wishes Board of Trade be I go h
tiful and balmy air. There came down of his many friends. in opposition to the incorporated city of Kissimmee and run Upon receipt of 25 cent at the Valley Bargain in a Home. "'I'

.i,, \0, on Us like a wolf on the fold last Saturday : Among the new arrival at the.Lad- in every line of trade. Gazette'office a pocket map of Florida, Moving Pictures. "
ner House are: Mr. and Mrs. Mentzer will be 'mailed ,to any address in the /
night a blizzard of huge proportions The Seven-room house three rooms plast
Ct Enge hotel has been
Z/ -and sent the thermometer down Mr. and Mrs. Titus of Ohio; Mr.and utmost the few weeks taxed to its United State We can also furnish 1 r Beginning the first week in December I eyed four ceiled two porches, poultry ,, fA:
76 above to ten above and everybody Mr*. Yandal), of Missouri; A.; A. that past reservation, and we understand maps of Osceola county at II each and moving pictures will be shown at the house wood-shed fine well 171 feet ;
4 took to shelter." Todd C. G. Lewis, Chicago; J. W. Conrad coming in for rooms above! are the already will be glad to estimate on sectional maps opera house on Tuesdays, Thursdays deep two lots 6HJ\ feet front each. 135 9.
Illinois Mr. Kellebrew Georgia. new of any kind. and Saturdays in the afternoon beginning '
; store. It will be ready for ,,I feet deep fine garden plot east front.
November Quite a large crowd gathered at the occupancy -- ----- at 3 o'clock. 48-tf
29 --- '
Wednesday evening at in about ten days. This is a splendid bargain at $1260. .
7 p. m., at the Methodist church, the Utz amusement hall Monday evening Mr. Riggan took a lot of bean to A want ad in the Valley Gazette always --- -- -- Terms on half if desired. See us earlyif
,., members of the Epworth League will and every one enjoyed themselves- market. in Kissimmee a few days brings result, and all it costs i Is A want ad. in the Valley Gazette always you desire property of this descrlption. -',
'' have a debate on the question "Is the those those that that could.could not dance as well as and expect to' take another lotJn a few ago five cents a line. I I I brings results. I H. M. BREAKER & Co." '4
World Growing Better T" All members
I days. Kissimmee-seems to have calls . .
Mr. W. H. Mann had the bad luck -
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t. are requested to be present with some --- - --- --- - -
I Iin all seasons of the for..fresh i
last week to lose his $250 mule.L. pro- ii iir
1 point for discussion on the subject. ducts in the city markets.Mr. '
." 'At 'thl-meeting the Thank Offering J: Sloan of Lakeland, was a Kimber'a
new house is nearly
4, will be taken for the Orphanage at En- Cloud visitor on Tuesday. St.1 completed. Mr. Creek's'new home on -
,-4r 'terprlse. Members should bear this. in Last Thursday Mrs Westcott .
rmlnd. Everybody welcome. appointed provisional president of the +i."t
W. R. C. 1

",, Dr. T. S. Phillips of Buffalo N. Y., Mr. Zimmer has sold his rooming ANNOUNCEMENTSFor :

t -once; so favorably Impressed with our *street to Mr. Til ton,, who' will take Wise Buyers
possession at Clerk Circuit Court.
tr magnificent climate and many natural ... *
I advantage' that he has purchased a' A* tb. urgent aoUcitatlon of my fctonds .
,.. {large tract of land in Kisslmmee Park ,,( throughout the count?.1 Jmr.bT annonocW rayKit -
of. and at once began' having the ground Business candidate for Clerk of the Circuit: Court
; League.
Men's In and for OlWMtnlm.. nountr .? ** *.*- .
put in condition for planting a spring in'-r,: 1 wiab to thank ti. ;; C.p "i'th.dr '
I i crop of vegetable The. doctor a The Business. Men' League was called kind support lu the pass, an
/ .'man of mosfr pleasing personality: haying to order by President F. M. Sterret, In the future. If elected, I pledge my .' : >;" ; 'S 1 I
faithful service ,
j traveled extensively over the world, John Anderson acting a* secretary duties of the .0dJ.0..1. attoailou to the S : '
.and I Is a decided acquisition to our com Capt. Frost read the report of the J, I*OVBK8TRKKT.. .
muniI). Board of Directors. The Board rec- ...
ommended that the Town Council publish \ (

Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McAdoo and two their proceedings for the enlight- For Tax Assessor.
children arrived Friday from Coats, enment of the public. A motion by I hereby announce myaelra candidate for he come early and'make their selections
.Kans., and have rented the Wilson cot- Scriber and Lewis that the report as office of Tax AaaeMorof Onceoui: county, .ob.
I stage in West Kissimmee. where they read be adopted and placed on file was ject to the will of. the Democratic! Totra a\ the
comingprimary and If rleeled I
1 promine the stocks You
;will spend the winter or until they can i I carried. give my personal l attention loer"T titxiill rnn- while are complete.
''build a residence. Mr. McAdoo is the 1 Motion by Scriber and Dr. Ferris that uected with the office. t:. BUCK ELS.

4local representative of the Florida Fruit 1 the League approve of action of com- '
Belt Sale Company, and has already mittee on tram service in circulating a will have to hurry to get in that list.

'entered upon his duties a* such. This petition to have our old schedule of train j For Superintendent of Public .......
r 'family started for Kisalmmee in their re-established Motion carried. Instruction. '
i auto. Intending to take a rood look at Committee on roads reported pro 'reca Make out your Xmas list today then ::
iy jibe country, but on account of exces- on county road to the tract. south of nbereby. announce mrwlf a candidate for theoffice ,
I of of Public Instructionof
> ,*ive rains were detained at Jefferson town. On motion by Smith and Law- "" r.operlotendeot to the will\ of the '
Jeounty, Indiana, for three week, and ton It wa decided that this committeebe Democratic ..ote..t the coming- primary, andif come to our store and see how easy it
.;finally shipped their machine and came authorized to go before the Town elected I will devote my entire. time te the .
dntlei of the office.K.. D.
'Kr em by rail. Mr. and Mrs. McAdoo are Council and County Commissioners to UUICB. '
'parent of the Misses McAdoo. wbe expedite the matters. will be to find something appropriatefor i' '
been here about three month I Capt. Scriber for committee on city For Member of the Legislature. .' .

Improvement, reported progress. < I hereby announce myself. a candidate Jor .' j' .
4 In this Issue .Mr. E. J. Brown offer A motion by Scriber and Dr. Ferris the office of KepreaentaUve from this' county inthe each one.
sale 673 land lies that committee of three be Florida Leclalalnre, subject to the will of '"
r for acres of that on a appointedto the Democratic voters at the coming primary .
; the shores of Lakes Tohopekaliga andBussell. go before Council to see what action and ask the. support of all the white votere ofthe ,
: This i* some of the best lana would be taken by them for .fire pro- county. B. CLAY STANFORD. ;' 'I'

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and better now. \

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.. : .vei ber 24, Jill/ '. <' ; THE< ,KIRSIMMEEVALLEY' GAZETTE: ',Pap ,,,7

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:she Klsslmmee I Valley (Gazette one 'Laymen's,''meeting''.will'be held f . ,
, in theChristian- church Sunday after --
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.lTBl.KPHONINO.n.PUBLISHED 'I . noon at 3 o'clock; and'will be led by Kissimmee.Baplst .. '. .
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., .. .. Mr. G. A. Gilbert '

,EVERY ,lFRIIftY: ? Mr; C. Lee :Smith. and son.' Arthur; ,
y' \ ,>--BT ; of Pomona. Fla., arrived In the city: last '

f, .; W.WeatherReport. So. HAI''III''' ''. night: for a short visit with Mn.,Geo. ChurchSUNDAY \ I""

"" . Saunders.. Mr...Smith's daughter, ., Ii ..*-
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Judge J. H. Walker and son Jr H., -

': :Jr.-. Basinger, were; yi.itonln the ,_POV. S -" : i' .
city last week.having c6me up by automobile .'

/ They returned home Sun-' Bible School. "., 9:45 a. m. ...../ -

'Following an' the daily'tem'' I d.y..? .. ,,. --' ,v Preaching .: 11 !*. m. and 7 p;m.Thu .
,: I Messrs. P.:A. Vans Agnew and Arthur i .. ,/ ,. ,:: '
peratures and precipitation M returned the : .
E. Donegan to city - 1 :
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reported .by- the Government W.dhesdaynight from a two weeks' iuillbePeatorStephena'laat ,.. .. . .. .
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a station at KlssimmfoKthe, visit to the principal the North ... r: :
and.Vt..t., ./Ci.simmeEverybody ,! ...
a 'week endine'Nov; 23, 1911. Sunday : ,L "
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returned .
-:; JLAJM Mr., J. E. Mattocks Friday , -. .' .- '. '.,
MA* KIM.,, 1"I "
} ; from North Carolina where he wentto .." I ", .
. attend the funeral of his father cordially: invited to ," t' '
; F'rldq.w. ,,, 88 65. ." ....
r'c Saturday. .w.. 85 67 1.06 who died at PollocksvUle.that state on 'attend both serviced. . .. '. .JcIf'""" I
u the 8th instant ;
7; Sunday. ,., .. 70 64 .16 -/ .
... 69 69 There-will be a: business Tneetipg of .
Monday: .20. .. .. _. ..
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Christianchurch, Friday ----- --- ""
the E. of.the -- -
...... c.: c -- '-' -- '-;, c ---- 'T--' ---- ---- -- ----' "
-r--: 11".',. Tuesday.t78- 6fty evening at '7:30 at the home of Miss Mr. Wm. Habman, of Altoona, 'Pa,, I \ ". ,-! .
, ;;. -. Wednesday.. :. 76 62 . ;
Lillian Hams. All members are urgedto Js in the clty.10r .week's stay. Mr. '
/ .' Thursday ,. .. 75 68* . J I be present.. ," ---, Hahman president of ''the New Eden "

(. ,,. _ bottles keeps cold Plantation Company which' owrts, and You will -have to see<<4t to appriciate ,it Yr

\ Vacuum liquids operates an extensive farm near Narcoossee . .,
i., three days and hot for 86 hours.i Pint and is here to look after' the S \ ,. Ztl
.I., C $2. .At Cole's. 48-lt Y' ..
: '''"''' size 25i; quarts Interests,of his company. .. ,H,

Mr. Eugene Bryan who 1. connected The ladies of the Presbyterian church r-

i with the Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer will hold a market for the sale of home .' ,
i THE: LOCAL FIELD. factory in Jacksonville, is spending the made cooking for Thanksgiving on /
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week in the with his Mr. . l'I'
Wednesday. November 29, from 3 to I 6p. ." '. ', \." .
: i and Mrs. M. C. Bryan. . m. Please send in your orders early 4 i j' .p, '' .1 C" i" ,\
... in order that they be filled in time. ( :.. . .;'f' ;'" Sy
of fray : .
W KKK. N'K'rW% Mrs., A. A. Joyner. Oglethorpe ' : ; i'
""I Ga., arrived in toe city Monday andwill 47-2t ': :. . ,. :. ..;,
'' the winter with her .son, .
I spend Advices received this week are to the : oo '"
:V'I"' Cole baa tome new mesh pursea. 48-11 Mr. W. A. Joyner superintendent of effect that Mr. -Jas. Davis, of Sharon : ': ,'i. .

: the electric light plant. Pa., one of our regular winter residents '" ; .. .
Cut that looks like diamonds, \
t glass .
for the six will arrive here '
$ ..1s' at Cole a. 48-U. Mr. McDonald McKay arrived this In a few days. Mr.years Davis owns much oJ '.The book Y ', '
III. and will'oceupr helps. 'rt
week from Sterling. ,' ., ,: \
t, Born to Mr. and Mr*. T. G. Dukes, the. rooms on the second floor of property on Main street which he will .. I

!(, Tuesday, the 211t. a ion.. .... .t I the Thurman building corner of Pols- I ter.improve during: his stay here, this win- ., Send for one. I N 1
sell avenue and Broadway this winter. .
' '.: Mr. Ed Donegan of Waldo 1.ltt< 1 th. : .. 4 -. -,
-city this week with friends. i I Mr C. D.. Carroll has purchased the In another column of this issue will '
r. : be found the announcement of Mr. H. ... ,, ,
: ,. I Interests of Mr. L. R. Farmer in the .. j .
.." .. Stop at Cole's jewelry store today. still near Narcooesee and C. Stanford for the office of representative .. .
turpentine .
.', He wants to see you. ., 48-1tj;! in future that business will be conducted in the legislature from this I . . oar
>>- Mr. Stanford has been Identi- .
county. ,
See those rooters at Makin-: under the firm name of McLean &: -.
t.. turkey fied with the growth of this county for .- .
: Carroll. .
eon's. \ 48-2t .
; twenty-five years, and it elected would I ,
Miss Maud Kinney of St. Cloud, Col. J. L. Moon has leased his residence prove good man for the position.H. I .- '. '%. "

",<::, spent Tuesdaymthe, city shopping. i on Brack street Mrs. E. E. Hilton ..., ,. '01> ,,., -v <
' ' .. who will conduct a select boardinghouse. M. Breaker & Company report *. ,> t-;.> ,. ,
.< :: All kinds of watch, clock and jewelry The Colonel and Mrs. Moon and the sale of J. H. Smith's residence on '.' a pA .

repairing done at Co e'.. 48-lt' Miss Eloise will board with. Mrs. Hil Mabbett street to Mias Dalma Grahamof ( :;
; ton. North Carolina. Mr. Smith will begin << ,' ,
r Mr. Leonard Williams, of Loughman the erection of a home on the lot
was transacting business here Wednesr Next being Thanksgivingall recently purchased from the above
,) day. who Thursday price will eat turkey firm further west onMabbett street. "Lake'Gem Land Coal : .
v that is, all except the Valley Gazette in a few days. amY ri
Just received a d andy line of alligator force who long ago adopted a rule to .
and black bags at Cole's. 48-lt eat no other meat but venison on that Mr. Isaac" Shoemaker of Scott county, I
.,". Virginia, with his wife daughter a J. E. MATTOCKS, Pres. & Manager .
.; Buy your wife or sweetheart a diamond day.Mr. married son and his wife and two children ->| I .
: for Xmas. Cole baa them. 48-lt M. Levy of Pittsburg. Pa., is and a boy arrived here Mondayand '

I !! .in the city prospecting for a tract of are ltop temporarily at Dr. KISSIMMEE FLA. \.
:;.. ,. Mr. II. S. Todd ipent Tuesday in land for colonization purposes, and says Breaker's. They have rented the Ro -
Sanford with his daughter Mrs. D. G. at the foot of Sumner
I that be expects to be successful in securing per property

=" Wagner. I several thousand acres in this street and will,engage-, in trucking.Mr. .

, ( Largest line of holiday goods south 1 vicinity. Md.
Jas. Lee of Bbl Air, who.
.: of J Jacksonville at Cole's. 48-lt I 1 I Lost or Stolen. Brown German has a winter home at DeLand was in 'f

'w'},i Roast that turkey in a Cream City pointer dog scald on left side and about the city yesterday and paid the Gazette
r elf-bastingoven. C um atMakiniton's. four inches of tall gone. Will pay for office an appreciated call. Mr. Lee has

,9 48-2t I Information leading to recovery. M. a forty-acre grove near: Winter Haven . , .
B. Carson. 46-tf which he had just visited, and which he
. How about your eye*? Take them found in a flourishing condition under

'-. to Cole and he will tell you what they You may have'a hand-painted choco- the management of Mr. R. D., Fuller ',t'

" ". need. 48-lt late set for 25c if your guess is the \. .. :
I have and watch .
f nearest correct on number of beans in opened a jewelry : F. ,
Mrs. W. 1.. Wlnn .left Saturday for the jar Place, Mrs. Pearce's. Time repair shop in Lawson's Cash Store '
: a month's visit with her parents Dayton until Christmas. 48-lt and. take this means of soliciting the t.w
r1 Ohio. patronage of the public. Any work
i .
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Sinning of Titjis- left with me will receive prompt and "

Carve the Thanksgiving!! Bird with anew ville. Pa., whq are wintering Daven- careful attention. Prices reasonable.P. '"
set. line at Makin- G. White. 46-tf .
carving Big port> spent last Friday In Klssimmee .. ,

::4 son's. 48-2t I Irr While here the doctor-called at the Ga- The ladies of Kissimmee will be glad "' ..... '-' ',..}' .

: '> Mr. J. W. Halley spent Tuesday in', zette another office and renewed his subscriptionfor to learn that Mrs. W. H.' Farmer's -" ," .;"fA"I ka'" ::4-t, (';"". ,

I Loughman'fa'' connection with his real year trimmer and designer MrI' -'T.mpl, S --: : ?* :- *-..
estate business. *> Sheriff: Prevatt went to DeLand and who bas been ezpectedso.Jong:, has telegraphed '. > : ;
that she will arrive here Monday ,. . wr "; l W .. : .
returned with Jim ,
Monday Rose '
ft*". Meet me'aty Kluimmee.. >rug o.'and who >has been confined in the a November 27. The millinery opening B-- ;.:' " ., \ '
.i' "1' and we will get a drink of' the beat' jail negro at that place for safekeeping he : will be held Saturday afternoon and .41 : 414V.l! .. .
soda water made. 31 tf evening. See adr. elsewhere.The .
1 being charged with. the murder of an-

, Mrs. M. E. Kochenderfer left Tuesday other negro near this place last spring. associate editor of this paper ,

.. for Orlando where she will spend Mr. S. J. Triplett. is wearing an exceedingly \
, a week with.frien l. Messrs. N. P. Bryan and J. M. Carson : smile and giving an P A\JIIK i 5&
announce tbat they will hereafter unusual glad hand to .everyone this -
:. Blue Ribbon ice cream beat in town. carry: on the practice of law as partnersin week, the occasion for which being the 1.

.'.' 31-tf Kissimmee- Drug Co. Jacksonville under the firm name of receipt by: him of-a telegram announcing , .. .,
\ Bryan & Carson succeeding the firm of the bath of a nine-pound baby girlat ..
1\\:' Mr. J. Boysel of Urbana, til. arrived Bryan &: Bryan. the home of bill daughter, Mrs. R. C.Wbitthorne .'
,' in the city last night and will l remain at Newport Newa. Va. J
throughout the winter. Mr. W. J. McDonald of Moundsville

; T W. Va., arrived last night to make Kis Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Eshelman, of

4' I." A good well established mercantile simmee his future home. Mr. McDonald Sharon Pa., arrived-in the city Tuesday Yc, ,
s.- business for sale Apply to box 316 has been reading the Valley Gazettefor and are this week looking over Kiasiromee \. ,dY e,
:J'I.I. Kissimmee. Fla. 87 tf some months which he states, is and surrounding territory with "r a tfslC
the cause of his coming here. .
view to Mr. .
a locating permanently.
-tY E. : by '
Mr. J. Mattocks accompanied
, .' three gentleman from the North, left' Rev. Father Fox of Orlando will be Eshelman business has been for engaged the; in the insurance .. : 'f :
past seven
'} ..tehTay for Lake-Gem Villa. in Kissimmee tomorrow and will have w. ;
> and if he should
'Ai- years at Sharon decide ..S
! devotion at 7:30 in the evening in the .
l ,': Hon. W. J. Sears returned from chapel at the home of Mrs. A. Tress. to remain' here will|' conduct the. . :"" *

Bainbridge., Ga.. where he waa called : He will say mass Sunday; morning. at S same business.Mr. . 4

'. .-to defend. .,p man charged with murder. o'clock in the opera house, > f). $. Herrington, of China Me., :
'I"-1\ | who bas been a valued reader of the The Land that has F I I1J1
Mrs. M. H. Porter spent a couple of Mr. and Y\ T. E, Sper will leave Gazette for some time, arrived with his ;
days in Tampa this week; being a dele- next Thursday fwr Spligner. Ala? family last week and is so well pleased \ .
: pte to a conference of her church society. -. where they WlU reside in future. The with Kiaslmmee that he bas decided to fulfilled all ; ;,
..r ; Gazette"WIU follow them to their new locate and make his permanent home promises J

home and keep them posted on the here. He has purchased two loU from *
-. Mr. C. Wayne Ward arrived this week .
-of Beautiful.
growth our 'City and
W. H. Farmer on Mabbett street,
York Mr.
{from New to join his father si
.. ..,C. W. W'rd. at the Graystone for the The prizes offered by L. M. Wbidden bas ordered his the lumber. to build a residence ;
k. ?winter.'i & Co. in the Red Goose drawing will be family.Mr. I '1'. i iri
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awarded at their store on Wednesday ,.
of ;
John. Bogart and daughter
Mrs. E. L. of Mount .
Hawthorne invited .
Nov. 29 at 4 o'clock. All. are
La Gloria, Cuba, arrived in the city. *
I. : t;P1euan..t, Ohlo"llvIILtlngherdaughter. to attend the contest. Judges, J. W. '
Saturday. and will remain permanently. __ ...: >
;.Mrs. DeWitt Brown, and will remain PrentisrX Downing and W B. Harris.
" '. until spring. Mr. Bogart is here as a result of t
j reading the Valley Gazette the past \ .
Mr. L. A. and family have .
V! The Rev. David D. Kldd will hold ser- reached the city Murphy from .Omaha, III., and three months, it having been sent him .x .' ,
i ;! : .vice. in the Episcopal church on Sunday will remain until May of next year. by courtesy of the County Commissioners. i. "

, next. Morning prayer the litany and Mr. Murphy and family have spent It is ,Mr. Bogart intention to '" 't.11 .

I IJ.. :sermon at 10:80.: their winters In Kissimmee for the past purchase a small farm on the outskirtsof ,/ ""' .
the city. ;
f "' ', gnat assortment' f sx years and own a cottage'in the .,
i ; :; received an porch I ,
'western part of the city. Hon. S: J. Hilburn of Palatka candidate 1
'goods, chairs rockers and swings, at !. J.: '" "
Kissimmee Furniture Co.. 47-tf of town is not guarded for congress from this district
.. ,. The prosperity a In the hav4hg oo ?
I Wednesday night city -
',;l' ,, .,,-. Mr. L. E. Lindsey of Statesboro, by wealth of its l inhabitants but by spent come down to attend the district p. ;i" ,. vil: 4

t ly'',) ..;Ga., and his father Mr. J. A. Lindsey the uniformity with .which they undertaking pull meeting of Knights-of Pythias in his t\ "

i _{, of Clito, Ga., are. spending a few days together when Important with- official capacity as grand chancellor '
J, ., ..i-ta the city( Is to accomplished. A man commander of Florida. ,Mr. Hilburn
; a thousand dollars at his command and . ; >l
visited the Gazette office yesterday (
.. -:$"A thing of beauty !is a joy forever." a Jove for town in biz heart, can do 1t,1."J./
and in conversation with the
'..y; ill...If It'. inside, decorating or painting seep more for the' upbuilding and improvingof editor morning spoke very hopefully of his candidacy ........ ,II C|
Green. He : Will call and it than the millionaire who locks up '. (
,p -) guarantees stating that he would, have
: 'i. give estimate free. Box 139, or phone his capital and snaps his fingers home "
: something: to say to the voters of Os- Kissimmee Valley Land
l'SW' ,60... 47-tf 'I P ere, !,. -Folk County Record. ceola county through these 'columns a ..! ; *l

. little later in the .campaign. u .
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v We are in receipt of a card from E. -J.\. .:.

*.. F. Martin the popcorn man.' who is H. 8. HOUCK Resident Manager
"A hair on thm head it worth. two in tl.,6rula- Kissimmee
it. now at Fl.' .In'' which he ... "t.f' 't-
stated that James Boyle and himself .. j i ,
'. ?REX/ IL" FAIR TONIC were no-jfcdomiciled in their new homes, "

r ; : which bad ,just been completed., He '
: that he is wen with that .
promotes hair growth, .Ieansei the states pleased ; I
country and tEat immigrants are pouring I,
'scalp., and. prevents;> falling. 4;hair.- into it at a rapid rate. .Mr. Martin -FLORIDA..4 : ,' I.I: v-J'.cq

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'" : night ,is .one ;of. the most ''h intensely.
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human plays ever,presented here; Set -
!> -, "" dom has a atock''COmpaIlY so thoroughly -

A f Y Will Be Presented to the BattleshipI' united'an audience In following a.storyat LiI ..
i was the on. which attended the per I '! .
Florida at Pensacola. -
formance at the Greeson :)
last night :
In the presentation of thq...jilver service <> Miss 'Paige, as a breezy western girl, r
to the officer of the United State offered a most delightful exhibition,of!I YES; the ,'" \ : 11

,battleshipFlorida,,;b# the citizen* and b.r..yenat.llity"followlnlr her more serIouBroles. f . !->-r jfn-WftaKtas. .T
,legislature of 'the hate for which she And EdLawrence, as,"Bud" "" ,. , r. ;], \
Us 'lfs beer, named there centers much Larabee, back to chaps and spurs front ;fI' ,
interest, and the movements- of the swallowtails and Tjcedoes revealed in
hHi Florida have,been followed closely by the going '
.' FJoridiah since she went} into commie'don "It was the old story told 'In a new : :.
last month. way. It was that of the, man who
'The presentation will take place at starts out in life with bright prospects ; ; r ,"

P Pensacola, whither the Florida ,!Jaa for success, but who falls in with evil : .
been ordered by the navy d department companions and 'loses the trail.' He !
hI and where, together with her sister realizes almdst too late, but saves him is
ship, the Utah, she will remain from self through a true womah'a love. Cast .
i December 16 to 19. The Florida, which in four acts, with the scenes centeredat
; A ,
,v Is now at Hampton Roads, will steam a military post in Colorado, the opportunity .
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Cuba "'- - -
for Guutanamo, November 27 or for thrilling scenes IB abun ; :
ii: thereabouts and from Guatanamo will dant. 1

.W i-}E sail] directly for l.. gacola.i "Miss I'aige's delineation of Edith: '
: ''S; i In view of the fact that the final arrangements Kalkncr, the General's daughter, was Are where ;
: 'I\\' for the presentation have refreshing and entirely natural. She \ you you .
not yet (been made. and Capt. H. :S. threw an enthusiasm into the part in ,

r, I Knapp, commanding the Florida, past accord with the western breeziness and '
,t I not boon made wholly fanulia-* with all In the crucial momenta always measured Can get the kind of HEATER ,

"f 'I the circumstances, Governor( Gilrhnst up to the true woman that the .

i has been in receipt of a letter from part depicts. '
him of recent date asking that such "Kd: Lawrence, who has been chafing
I want if we have I
': early information as is possible, bp for. In boiled shirts 'and high collars during\ you so see us ;

k; warded to him at Hampton Roads, that i iJ the present engagement of the company ...... + '
,r," he may make such arrangements as here, was permitted to go back to his '
\ may be necessary before 'leaving for favorite role, and he made 'Bud' I a big assortment from $1.50 up. i'

Guatanamo, where mails are few and! Larrabee a part Well worth seeing lIe
far between. utawashbuckled D'Artagnan and was
In addition to the silver service tube meeker than a dove under a woman's ,

,: presented by the state of Florida and benign influence. "

<; her citizen1), the money for which was I Prices 35, 1)and( 75 cents Ticketsnow Also the best line of Fire-Dogs andWire
appropriate partly by the legislature on sale at Roberson's Pharmacy.
and partly raised by private. nubscrip-I
t. < II I r-tion, the Martha Reid chapter, li. D. I Vehides on Sidewalks. Screens tor the Fireplace.
't ,J, "C., will present the Florida with' HI i The question has been raised. and "
v' r tablet at tits name time. .A committee' must be settled, whether bicycles and
t 1 from the (chapter 'has been appointed [I other 'vehicles such as small wagons

:' to communicate with Captain Knapp as I i for carrying( clothes to and from the ,

to the plans.of presentation, !but at th"l washerwomen and other light articles, .
{ time of Ms writing to Governor are to lio allowed to use our sidewalk"

'Lv L1 christ had not done so, and he hose i ft m a great: nuisance to pedestriansto
f', that opportunity. of asking for_ further.. have bicycles! running on the side; I
1 s' information along: that line. ; walks, especially as they are not provided
'i In reply to Captain Knapp'n letter, with !gongs to 'give: warning of 3

4 1 Governor Gilchrist has written, announcing I'I I their approach from the rear On .a W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY ,

\y that he had appointed| a committee cement walk n bicycle Cangetery ,
). of arrangements with reference near to a pE'rsonIthout his knowing
rte to the presentation of the silver service I I it, and a !sudden step, or aslight deviation b

i of which W. A. Boura of Jacksonville I from a straight: course on the partof A('a
,,I is' chairman. This committee the walker may precipitate..a.col- .
d Will probably associate itself with a i o ilsion.\ --
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citizens' committee of these ----- --'- -' u. --
Pensacola. I I The writer was struck by one
'i, y. Governor Gilchrist, in his letter, :i "smarties." who was trying to show I FOR SALEFOR FOR SALE-40 acres of land less than LIBERTY PARK'' + '
1 -stated further that he would most certainly 'I just how near he could come without one mile f-iom the court house; 20 ;
acres of bearing orange grove; 5-room I
'a be present at the ceremonies, I I actually striking me. An uncertain house on good land; cheap at $10,500; of mile ; CRAYSTONEOPEN l
s "nd, with him would be some of hie I I step threw me in his path and I was grove will oon pay price of this land; Only one-quarter a ,
staff. From all over the state will I i knocked down; but he got the worst of SALE-40 acres of truck land in growing more valuable every day; from the city omits-of Kissimmee |
4 k patriotic Floridians make their way to I I ilt ; and I don't think he will be likelyto Park Garden fronting on Shingle worthy of the closest investigation. and on an improved hard road All TUB TEAS
the But there We also have 50> acres of land. 6 acres _
try experiment again. mile the -
little from
Pensacola on the day of the presentation ; are plenty of others, who have no more creek; a over a of which are In bearing grove, bal- and along the line of the surrey 2.50 to 3.50 per day.'- 1 t<
and the affair will undoubtedly sense, or manners,than he had. AndI city limits; a beautiful place for build- ance on splendid land good for grove 'for the electric railroad.I !
one,of the most brilliant Pensacola baa respectfully urge that wheels of all ing a home; can go from this land by or trucking; a 7-room house, good stables new Special by week or month.N .
'ever witnessed. With the two largest sorts, except baby carriages, be required launch to the city dock; also ,good ; 1 mile from railway town Smiles The best of fruit and truck land! W. TNIIRHM. rrto./ *, POlITER, lip
4 to keep off the sidewalks. road:t fine flowing wells can be from Kissimmee; price $7.000, favor in five- and tract at
? battleships of our navy at anchor l In The other day a negro boy was sent wagon ; able terms of payment. We have till I +++ # +
p 'the harbor, their officers and the officials to do an errand in haste and was directed had on any part of the 40-acre tract; another grove, about 15 acres in bearing $60.00 per acre that will be
of state partaking in the ceremonies by his mother to "Get on the side 2 flowing wells now in operation; 20 fruits; splendid varieties of different wortb double this value within a I $ 1 for $2 per Ac re per Month ;
and events incident to their walk and go faat." He had not gonea acres fenced with hog*fence; 15 acresin kinds of citrus fruits; 45 acres :
v stay hundred: yards till be came near run-. cultivation; small house; the very of good land; 6roomhouse, stables, I airs a Sanford celery farnteiria Flowing ....
r In port", the affair. will be one well worth ning over a little-baby girl. best! trucking land in Florida; this packing house; less than 2 miles from months.Kissimmee *'' well guaranteed. ftrib-irrlaatlon. ,
) remembering, <> 1 I)..M. BREAKER,, land is rich, easily cultivated; under Kissimmee-:-price$9,000. Still anoth.I ,,is growing: rapidly ."o..Intercut dralate,.water ood..end_11.rail proven transport.dUtrlct. ', _]1}
1" laid with the clay which holds fertilizer I er grove- of about 8 acres and 60 acres tlon. Onr liberal contract '
allow .1.!
Mabel, Paige: and moisture; a fortune can be of land; excellent new house' of 9 and is certain. to become one of Co. era.. t. pay out Title cord ..r..,.., .
a f, Boarding House for Sale. made on'this tract of land and can be rooms and basement;' good stables; the principal inland cit ea of Msrford "'.:. e''L.r.-'" ,
i+} ..Mabel Paige will I appear at the Elec sold on favorable terms of payment; half of this land excellent &'fOveland'
trJc Theatre for two nights, commencing Hoarding house of nine rooms, includ- we want to show the land and intro- balance fine'for trucking; a beautifulview Florida; the country surrounding
ing bath-room. Hot and cold water, duce the purchaser to the owner here of the town about IJi miles i
; ;
Nov. Kissimmee i is
Friday, 24th. rapidly improving
y bath, toilet and sink; electric !lights. 'is a great opportunity for a fine In- from the city limits on hard road; this
The following is what the Tampa House furnished complete ana filled vestment. We also have some splendid grove can be purchased for $15,000; and those who get in ton>> the I The Florida (Grower | ,
Morning Tribune has to say of this excellent with boarders at this time. Large' lot Pinedale farms just. outside the the crop can be sold within 6 weeks floor will the
company : 130x150. Can be purchased on very city limits; some near the site where and pay more than 10 per cent. on the ground reap splendid For tru<.kornimcl fruit !grow.ui., For H
tr reasonable terms. For particulars, call the canning and evaporating factoryis investment without any expense to the reward There! is no uncertainty I lolk who uanl to know ah""L, Flor
/{ .
i7 'The .
.t' Lost Trail, as presented by write us. H. MBREAKER & 1 Ida Weakly! 'I l C INIimr vr; monthIf
on or 47-tf now being built; these lands vary purchaser. Many otner groves from about the increase in the i'", "itnd in<' ("I'.tea issue. trial
the. Mabel Paige Stock Company last Co. I' i inprice according to location. We ,one acre to 80 acres in a body. Can subscription Snappy BrtKht.CUn. I.

_______ __:_______ also have some nice residence lots, suit airy reasonable minded man who ,.value of your investment if you
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very large beautiful location, monthly means business and wants a Florida UROWHR8OO
;I : T __ payments without interest, in Eureka home or investment. Nelson RealtyCo. I purchase i in Liberty Park.H. Florida Av..... Tampa. I-la
addition. Nelson Realty Co., over ., over Citizens bank, Kissimmee, I
Citizens State Bank. 44-tf Fla. '4s-tf I M. BREAKER & CO. /

d' .: We liow line ladies' and ---- .
have a complete of ---- - -

wWt ? ," men>' fall goods. The'Red GOOSQ' Prize Contest -

4 tr, is now over and our sale on '.


I. has been larger than ever in the history of 'I ROSS GRAVES I

our business.. Just received a largo 'shipment '
,f' .

ofK. Bicycles Wagons

D. Boots and OxfordsSee ";

( window display) HEADQUARTERS I r..,

0- Motor' -. FOR Fanning 1('

i'.. + a We assure you up-to-date. service- .I Supplies _. SPORTING GOODS Implements

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LM. WHIDDEN _& CO. Ammunition, Guns Rifles. Field and .: ,;:
; Fishing :
1112\ and Rifle Equipments; Hunting Garden'"v" "

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Coats Puttees >(
Legginand !: '
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< Outfits and Athletic "
i Camping :;

rrF', :; ,Elite Hotel Sewing Supplies PainisMacbloes .f.,:,

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t Restrict..of! Habits or Diet:: BEST FOR YOUR .

t -. it' 'you have,al kick horse you cannot .

. $25,000.00 worth of the Stock make him work by beating, ,him, and if 'T
. ... ., Capital yon try I it you are liable to ruin him forever HOME OR STORE **.Rough and Dressed .*

i i',; = ". ;of;'the .Gtru Southern. Railway: Com It' the .same way; with your
,r liver.. When it becomes torpid J and PINE.LUMB
pany-r Cheap. sluggish,you can take calomel and whip 1' SIMPLE; ECONOMICAL ; R. ;; .

it into but ,. ir I
a J. il/BROPHY y action the calomel will l leaveyourbody INSTALL .
: EASY TO ; 9t"
; weaker and I Ticker l thin ever j
.. .. Orlando: Fla.r ., Calomel.i.' a very powerful. chemical; .. .
\ made from mercury, The result of 14 years actual: HOUSE BILLS A .SPECIALTY ), ,
A perfect substitute for calomel that experience in Lighting. Costof .
t, bM all of Its ntedicinal properties with. operating no greater than I

none of its dangerous and uncertain kerosene. Rivals Sunlight.. *>>fOgOgDtO >a1010fOt1b'IQ' _10tQ >Ol0'10tIor>>)!f c .

i followrupa: I. Dodaon's LiverTone.The Increase real estate values.... -- -'..
Kissimmee Drug* CdT sells'Dod- Let us tell you more about the NNNN " "

Bon's Liver-Tone with the guaranteethat STANDARD ACETYLENE N1NN...lN....t
if you don't find it a perfect'substitute AND GASOLINE 'LIGHT.' 'EMIa-IVI-ACti: '
fU1RAPEFRWT': for calomel this store will give ING SYSTEMS.!:Send par- A. II........ on Co.;: ERNEST MACH ,

you your money back Dodson's Liver- ticulars of your requirementsand :
I Tone i. a'true tonic forthe liver" purely we will gladly furnish : :MAcEI;: :aE.OS.: I> ",

vegetable and with such a pleasant estimate.. '
w* OR ORANGE GROVES taste,that it is no' trouble to get chil- : U very, 'Feed and Sale Stable.t.

dren to take it. It Is absolutely impossible -
.rJp/I .
\. for it to do anyone any harm, be- : Agt..lntern..tlon..l Harvesting Co.Everything .
IF YOU are going to plant a Grapefruit Grove cause it simply' persuades the liver to III SXASBT BAV SYftSEKT >

,_ or an Orange Grove, buy your Trees from do what it ought to do-no more and no JAOK.ONVILLr. I.....0.0... AT.S1 KIN:cs F3EAV"X' :I3AtTY: : +INC+. .Z

the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries. less. ____'__________ 2 '
QUALITY COUNTS=Everything'you get fromus new and first class. We render prompt and"
is firstclass.Our favorable soil and location THE: CIRCUSThe satisfactory service. day or night. 0,

make it possible for us to produce stock that has : ONEHALF \ '
no superior.. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early Place lo Get Your Full Measureof .J
Orange is far superior to the Parson Brown. Kissimmee Fla' ,Phone. 113, ,
l budded variety now produced ahywhere. We have the of older BAPTIST. ....................r.NMC. : .
How many our renters eau
of buds Florida ,
largest stock two-year Grapefruit in Bunyan Stephens pastor.
Write for Catalogue, full of good ideas and practical. remember back to the days when all Sunday-
See the circus .how. traveled overland
suggestions. our Agent
Bible School 9.45'a. ,
J. E. MATTOCKS KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA or In other words, by wacona. Canyon m. A. CARSON, President ,
C. yy
.. .- -_ .. - remember of getting up in the Preaching 11 a. m. and7.15p.m.B. | l'I. BRYAN IfBCkJlTAI&: : :
early morning hours and walking out Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m.

TANGERINE from town one,"two or'even three Communion2dSunday.Mondayafter The Waters & (Carson '

Ocklawaha Nurseries, FT* v/\ RID /V miles to meet the show coming Ins ( 3rd Sunday). ,
And if perchance you had overslept Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3 p. m.
yourself how eagerly you looked along Wednesday-(after let Sunday). '
the-road for the elephant' track. Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3 to5pm Grocery CompanyWholesale
Circuses have changed. greatly in Thursday
the past twenty-five years. They have ,
Prayer meeting 7.00: p. m.
become much larger and more elaborate
travel altogether nowadays by Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. and Retail Dealers In- ,
Osceola Lumber rail and do not atop at the small -
town they used to make but the old .
sawdust smell remain. te same. The GROCERIESWEI
S. S. Snyder, pastor.
aame stir of excitement sUn attends
Sunday School 9.45 a, m.-A. S.
the arrival of the,circus as in the
-Company .
olden days. You may not notice it Nelson superintendent.Church .
Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m.
for you have changed and not the drone.
The younger generation feels Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m. WE BUY ,
.- -- -DEALERS DM- -. toward the circuit of today Juat .. you Prayer and Bible study Thursday7.00:

did twenty-five years ago. HAY HIDES ',
Rough and Dressed Lumber The John H. Sparks World' Famous m.Visitors most cordially Invited to all GRAIN
Show are billed to exhibit here
rvices. FURS
and they are coming heralded by the FERTILIZERS
most favorable newspaper criticisms WOOL
from many cities and towns where METHODIST. SHINGLES t ."
Wm. H. Funk Ph. D., pastor. :
they have already exhibited. From 4r
SHINGLES LATH, BRICK LIME the moment of the early arrival of the Sunday School at 9.45: a. m.-J. L.Overstreet ORANGE BOXES AND

4t. trains bearing these great shows until superintendent. ALL \t.,

.1 NOVELTY VVORKS their departure in the night it 1. Preaching services 11 a. m., and,7.30: ORANGE WRAPS
said that every consideration will be '
p. ,
shown the public. Those who are interested
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL In the unloading of the animals Junior League 2 p. m. CRATE NAILS PRODUCE
and paraphernalia will receive Senior League Wed. 7:30 p. m. ,. ?
an early morning welcome\ at the Gen. player service Thura. 7:30 p. m., dH
.f .0 Free Delivery to All Parts of City > J& eroMway where the work is being Holy communion ever lit Sunday. ..,., I.
done and. m.7' view. the Interesting You are cordially invited to each of We sell field'and garden seeds of all kinds.: .. : :'

.. operation without fear of unpleasant these services. We give special attention to. fitting out< .huntingand'campingparties. ;
.., ,
.experience.: *. ._ ._..' _ A
Every. employee of the Sparks CHRISTIAN. ,
Shows, _from the highest superintendent Free delivery in city limits. '. Phone No.:12. "'"''"* *'- '
to the humblest stake pounders, Preaching at ll'a.'m. and t:45: >p. m.' .
have 'strict Instructions to be polite Bible School 9.45 a.''m.':-C. E. Yowell We are county agents for good fertilizers. AskI! us for circular; i'

SEEDS and POULTRY'SUPPUESi and _rt8Oua at all times, and in no superintendent) ; J. H..Harris, assistant and prices on fertilizers,
to offend the moat superintendent b
possible manner ,
'We can supply you for immediate shipment
sensitive either by word or axstlon. Christian Endeavor every Sunday
REAMS PEAS O-A.17S, RYE Ladies without escorts and children evening at 4.30 p. m.t'rayer 4
;-i' a
Most complete line of Poultry Supplies, Garden unattended are assured respectful I meeting and choir practice ev-
and Field Seeds in! Florida consideration around every; department I
Thursday m.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE of this great show aa every ery ::

wN I'IWISIL" E A. MARTIN & COMPANY ;:c tu viiuti,u. employee for hal their been protection.constituted In tact aguardian EPISCOPAL.itev. LOTS LOTS ;' ,

nothing has been left undone that ,. David D. Kidd, rector. LOTS HAVE
.t would enhance the comfort, pleasureand Services every second and fourth Sun- STREETS; ,1I}
piece' of mind of the moet tW.thetlc day at 11:00: a. m. AND AVENUES LAID OUT INWILLIAMS' '
patron of this great elreus a.. '
Communion 2nd Sunday at morning SUBDIVISIONTO *>

___u_ services.
ReiaUoaDesfoys Guild meeting fvery first Tuesday. '- r .
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. SleepMany :

Fall FertilizingCitrus Notice..
Kiuunmee People Testify to Notice is hereby given that the City .
Tax Books will be open at the Citizens e.7
Bank on Nov. 1, 1911. Tax payer: .
and offered for sale
GrowersThe are to
night take notice and be governed according
the at from
You can't sleep at I ly. R. A. SNYDER, public ,

reasons for Fall Fertilizing are ably presented in our With aches and pain of a bad back. 44-4t City Tax Collector, $35 TO $50 PER LOT ;

:,,1'I new free book entitledCitrus When you have to get up from urinary "

Growers, Look Ahead! troubles
All account of the kidneys. Whittier will scon be in railroad connection' '
, Send for a copy. Now is the lime to lay the foundation for on NEW BOAT"KISSIMMEE" every part of the United States ,with K
next year'crop. poan's Kidney Pills bring peaceful will become and in a short time ,
\ slumber one of the moat important towna in South '
; Florida; therefore lots at the above ;
Ideal Fertilizers They for ills. -will leaveKISSIMMEE price are only ;
:' .are: kidney one-tenth of What they- >1)J bring twelvemonth.hence. +

'* t' Mrs. R.. Seaver West Portage St., PARK Whittier has a telephone!Tme. It has good road. f" iJ
,. Right Source Right Proportions Klssimmee Fla., says: "I think just for auto tr.vel".t any Urne. Has three mails '

Right Price Right Results as highly of Dan'Kidney Pills today Daily, except Sunday, 11 a. m. I week. Whittier la on the center land between per St. ,. '/
as 1 did when I publicly recommended and 5 p. m. Sundays 9:30: a. m. John. and Kissimmeo rivers just twelve
Call on our local representative, and 3 mile each v
. them Backache caused p. One and'
some yean ago. way.
Leave K1**'""""" daily, except: J! ?h-tblil'"lle' Klaslmme. Prairie
Waters: Carson Grocery Co. and of the H
me'great amount Buffering and .
--- -- Sunday 930a.: m. and 3:15: p. m. : Company. We have the best
' or address there was soreness through my loins Sundays 8. a. m. ana 2 p. land for trucking and farming 10 Florida. W hay t *,
iIJe, that made it very difficult for me to fruit and vegetables all the 1 '
. f Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.Ja far Moonlight Exeunkm eta year round.
; I also bothered the kid- 1. the cenur of cheapest
! stoop. was by be nwd at mar tiroon abort nolle stock raising by the best "
accretion, and I slept so that method on earth. We
, 28: C.Bt. KoMBd Trip to have a school roll of eighty '
when I got up in the morning I was all :4> KISSIMMER PARK &fJ I two grocery stores; two the ; 1 %

.:.'.) tired ,out, Dean's. Kidney Pills whichI ,M.D IVIS.Captain Phone 192 Whittier I.on the east boundary VES. Marion year,round.which t

l y,' obtained at the Kissimmee Drug Co., extends westward connecting with. chain of'lake to

gave me relief from all these troubles Kissimmee river. lJErea the hunting andfahiiig) ... + t
: George. N. Saunders and ],dice. par.. :
restored: me to good health. Whittier has the beat marl material for Kocid y'

:: For jile by: all dealers. Price 50 eta. w. L. 'm Dill oR street and hard roads In Florida -. .. _:.. _:_ 4
Foster-Milburn Co..;Buffalo N. Y.,sole MAp4 of this anti division can be'eeen at th.offiee ?
gents for the United States. of A. E. Drought or T. C Roberta- In St. Cloud '; ;

; .; Agent for"Ffrro"ud"Eql."EafinetMS l L Remember the namDoan'a.hdtake kin. &Woodh: n'. office',in 'Ki.simmee, ari at E..len.R., :l
.. '
71. ;' -- rrlEal.yIIW rm 1..1Ihr-. no other. Bass' residence In .Whittier.. . f' 'r

...,., s.wrr-.sva.aoNiao..A KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ( .. .' ... ,
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. e z Estate
I desire to say to those who are Inex- Be R. (
,.;;. AVi advertisement in the Valley Gazette perienced in he art of dressmaking BAS'"S
that I am; prepared to -tut, adjust-and '. :

;: ; <: ..Hs (the best investment* yqu ever made.' do fit their dresses own-sewing.-whereby. ,ladies Respectfully can easily 'YHITTI PLO IDA "

,' ,. 46-2t MRS. HELEN PERDEW. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA .<'_ t.'M.: \.
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r h1g 'OF GOOD ROADS Hell,.' ". h. tumplko Reclaimed' From ,.. K

, ,Sandy' Marsh\ ,'Land. _, ....
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"/ Improve Citizens' Surroundings, .Cape was'A novel adopted May method(N by, J.the)of. county road'road supervisor roontructloo 10 mil' ot in The"i m ,Big Sale: .9fFlor a da Land' t i is, Now Going* on .:",

1 r, : constructing what .U :kuowp aa!_. tb<>, .. . '
:r ,Lives and Incomes, Holly Beach turnplke.1""ii"llj. tivaco.Wlldwood 'With' Great' fl"
;.,. and Angeioea are separated .II. Rapidity

..w from the mainland by meadows wni-bare ,
often covered'with 'water' at high ,
tide.: As nothing edible in .raised on '

tbe brought beach:over and from all provisions the mainland must It*be Ueaeential Jf you want acreage,.you want. to see us.' We have it by the millions.

Small Southern Town Ro.Rapidly 'In tba' there be a convenient : "

Publlo E.t..m Through Effort. of a and rolls ble road between the two. Up ws
I"h.bltantM.te to last year there has been -a road a
'Fow Farolghted

oar "a Qroat Help. built little over across three the miles meadow long Upon'wblcb poles was BELOW IS .A ,FEW OF THE LARGE TRACTS WE ARE OFFERING FROM OUR BARGAIN COUNTER "

A rood road la the belt thing' to laid on tbe surface of tbe ground. This ..

build and the dreariest thing to write road, as well as tbe meadows, was ) 16,000 acres ins DeSoto.. County, southwest of Arcadia.

' ... about In the whole world. When frequently-tbe-road covered Impasssbte by high,at-tides times., rendering -- A.25Q acres near the city of Lakeland, in a solid body on Price_$6.50.oer acre. .' .-.

t'. you've Mid that the difference between Last'year the road'-was .rebqllt. four the. railroad. This Is. 'ood, heavy, rich land, well adapted to they - .

a good road and a bad one lathe feet'biaber, than the old one or-about growing of the highest grade of gardening products. Flowing 10,000 acres in Sumter County, near town of Leesburg.; a.ra.Pldlyrowing

difference between an efficient aTe.feet above the meadow.. This soSAND wells can be obtained. Price $I0 per acre. Winter and summer resort on railroad lands'
clTUlcaUoa and the Jungle, 10U'''. tuld products.
-- adapted 'to growing of citrus fruits and gardening
the whole story. But there Is a long ,
i and moat cheerful story tbat might be 36,000 acres on F. E. C. Rwy., in practically a solid body, Lease on all except 2,000 acres of this tract. This is an excellent . v

1: + l told about the present progress of road free of leases. About 30 to 40 per'centof this tract is virgin bargain. Price $i5.'Z'5 per acre.

building In every part of the Union timber the balance good muck and prairie lands. Price $9.OO

" thanks to the general awakening of per acre. 18.OOO acres in Saint Johns County. practically solid body

' the people and to the coming of he within eight miles east of Hastings, three miles from "F. E. C.

motor'I'''' In a car.dark corner of one of the south F 50,000 acres in Hamilton County fairly well together. Rwy., bordering inland waterway; 7.500 acres now 1 1912] of,

ern states
forgotten and few men bud discoveredthe f ulF, Jan. let, 1912. These are good lands well adapted to general until all is delivered. 'Price $6.00 per acre. : ',

sparse population arose a year agricultural purposes such as cotton, corn, cane and potatoes.The .

}, or two ago aDd sold to one another: ..rfZl tract as a whole at $4.'Z'5 per acre or will..sell in tracts of 9875 acres in Levy County, Florida. These lands are cut- f ,

"People go to places where there are Vim.g> ."LM1.d from 5.OQO acres up at $5.00 per acre I I over pine lands,.with productive loam soil and will grow all of
f good roads. Tbey avoid places where cotton, corn. cane '
-- -- the Southern staple crops sudh as sea island
! : there are bod roods. We have bad
i, roads. Few people come here. Let's' 107.OOO acres in Lee County remote from transportation, I I etc., and .in addition are suited for fruit growing and winter truck '{

mike good roads and see what will some good cypress, muck and prairie lands. Price $3.00 per I farming. There are numerous good farms in the locality and: .
happen." They went to work building acre, fri fee simple. ':- wherever trucking has been attempted the results have been w

grjod roads from Nowbere to Any I very successful. This 'tract is of convenient size to handle for

where. County and townships Vent' P17I1PDa OH BOLL BEACB BOLD_ 21.700 acres of virginpine timbered lands i in-Polk+ County I subdivision purposes and those interested in a proposition of

Into debt. Private persona put up far this year has been sufficient to prevent in a solid body near railroad estimated to cut 45 million feet of i this kind should investigate immediately. it

? money By great agitation and much Its being covered by any high pine 65 crops of turpentine boxes and 15 million feet of cy- ._- p
sacrifice, they built rood after road tide which has- occurred. There was press. Price $8.00 per acre in fee simple. Garden
ac'res Florida. -
21.000 il1 Duval and Nassau counties.
, f through( the lonely woods. And the also at one place a 1 per cent grade!,
coffer said tbat nobody would ever but the maximum grade' baa been reduced lands situated near the fast growing city of Jacksonville. ra
travel them. to 0.0 per cent. This road was 21.00O acres in Wakulla County practically! solid body ; on !'' The soil is a productive loam, dark in- color and will produce '

7 At first nobody did travel them. A made by lining each side of tbe roadway the railrfcad. 25 miles south of Quincy, the famous tobacco town. II profitable crops of all the winter vegetables such as celery, lettuce >;,

lonely, perfect highway tbrougb a tbln- about thirty feet, with sills and 6.840 acres free of timber, 3,000 acres more to be -de vered I cabbage cauliflower, beans etc. A hard shell road is now \\1'

I ly settled corner of the world. It did fences and then pumping a mixture of each year beginning Jan. I 1st, 1912 until entire tract is deli v- being built from Jacksonville through this tract. The proximity -' J JI

4 look foolish to Incur a debt forilint. But sand and water on (o tbe roadway. In ered. This tract:: is adapted to general agricultural purposes.: ;"I'I of this tract to Jacksonville assures a ready market for all sorts j
presently people c.'omin: moiorcum. this way sand vrus deposited about Price $3.75 Jan. I. ;"
per acre. I I of produce. 10.500 acres free from timber reservation
three feet to three feet six lichee
then more came Homebody discoveredthat then leveled' off and .- I I 912.1 and the balance released in two equal installments one -ie '
the land along the highways wan deep. This was .
good land. It bad before been taken a gravel surface applied wblcb varies 65.000 acres all virgin will cut 150 million feet pine and and two years from that date. Price $'Z'.OO per acre.

for granted tbat because It bad not from nine Inches In depth In the center 8 million feet of cypress. Good seal adapted to citrus fruits and -* 't.

been tilled It waa of little value. Now to three Inches on tbe outer edges the trucking. Price $6.50 per acre. 1-3 cash. balance one and two 6345 acres in Osceola county, adjoining corporate limits _.w..

a It* price baa doubled. In place. quad- roadbed being thirty feet wide. This years. I and in the vicinity of KISSIMMEE. . i
for tbe
bard road
furnishes a good Kissimmee is the county seat of Osceola county. Has a -
) travel which baa so far made use of It.
w 'Lfn population of 4,000. and is one of the most progressive towns in w

Tbe total length of the road was 2,200 acres cypress and phosphate will cut 10 million feet\ i
Florida. Is located on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga and on the ;
feet, of wblcb a gravel surface
s 16,064 ot cypress also vast quantities of hard wood, entire tract under- f
rr was furnished to 15325:.! feet. Tbe main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway and terminus of :
laid with A bargain at $20.000
phosphate. great
earth excavation amounted to 968 mbar the Florida Midland Railway and the St. Cloud and Sugar Belt t

: yards and 'the embankment to .1 Ry. Climate most equable winter and summer and unsurpassed ,

177,043. cubic yards. In connection .'.\ ,, 22.0OO acr Saint Johns County, parctically a solid by any place on the globe. Purest and best artesian water obtained f fill

with the filling 11.261 Uneal, feet of body, 12 miles southeast of Hastings, the famous potato section in this section in unlimited quantities at 75 to 250 feet. ,.: 6

road bad fencing and curbing applied on the-F.. E. C. Rwy., also on the inland waterway; B,8OQ Healthiest town in the United States. Death rate less than 3 ;
45fi both sides. Tbe gravel cost J1-14V4 I '
.... to cubic yard, the excavation 20 acres free of leases balance delivered in tracts of 4,400 acres i I to the 1,000. Is in the center of the trucking industry of Florida K S;

r. n cents per tbe sand embankment 20 cents, annually beginning Oct. 9th, 1911 until all is delivered." Price j and home of the orange; grapefruit pecans.. peaches and K J

," the curbing 4 cents 'per lineal foot $6.00 per acre. d. fruits of all kinds. Price and terms on application. '....',';J
1' -
a; (each side of tbe road and tbe retaining x
'.v. fence G% cents per lineal foot The We have orange groves, truck land, city property-anything from $1OO lot to a 107,000 acre tract. Tell us your require..
1 ...... KIIP'I'' ootnrrmT BOA HAS ooooxm total coot of the three"lDUea was S 6"-
menU and we will fill them at price that attractive.H. .
ass.oT AMonrno riaita.rnpled 630.57. to which )\ s to be added $3477.M ,- .

; prosperous farms already for., 81Jpel"fIllor'al'7' engineering -

L ,, bloom when tberoras only waste be- expenses and certain. extras.A .
ton. .: '''' :i <

lonely Nor Is and that'formerly alU- The unvisited people of region'tbe OOOO ROADS EDUCATIONFOR -I M. B'R''EA'r"K" E R &, COMPANY

themselves bad stayed at born for
'.''Jack of roads that tempted them to NATION'S CHILDREN. 1C: I S SI M M 1JIE Over ac Pharmacy, FI 'ORT'DA 1

f .tra eL But .. soon aa they bad good Along with educating our

.roods they- began to go about. The young people to got the most out .

; JIION prosperous of them bought motorcars af farming good roads are the _r ____h_ _____ __
most Importontthing to develop I -
to fit the roatls. Tben they'be- "
fgaa to tours. adjacent r In thi. country. There to
take They now go to h
states, to tbe mountains, to the only' one way to got them, and
that Is to tax ourselves for them. AreYou BUild?
wherever their tour. Going
aa- they will-In Build good bridgos. The otono
re.. if \, lac car*. They are becoming a traveled and concrete bridges ore the only ,

,L folk, 0".. that are realty economical .+.....
?' Morayet They have, become so to build Iron and wood.n JII
I"Ic" thoroughly convinced of tbe value of bridge. are too short lived. ' t- The Lamp That
; :good road that- An enterprising fellow When things get adjusted the
7 IB en adjacent county began tbe pub- motorcar! will take an Important Saves The Eyes
place In the work of the nation.It .
.llcatton "of a good roads magazine.
io o good roods advocate t l'
t Tbey felt an impulse to tell tbe rest of Farm Progress.ASPHALT Children naturally never think ofpoouble

tbe world of the mine of their jllscovery 0' . . . & . I . . . I . TO main on their eyesight when
-that good roads pay. Thus, while poring over a fascinating book.It .
's; .a :bad road leads nowhere and theaopner t.
i. up to to they do not ruin
ON you
p It cnda the better, a good road : ,
onay lead to anything.l ., their young eyes these, long-evening II Q
t ,, Now York Highway Commission to by reading under a poor light
... r't- '
I l-Nk MoUturo In Rood. Improve Newburg Roads.At ; i The Rayo Lamp is an insurance
'-Stone/ U perhaps the Ideal road ma- tbe annual cession ot tbe New- against .eye troubles*, alike (for young
burg board of supervisors last December
terial.-but it Is usaally-out! of tbe ques and old.The .
tion. Eartb roads can lie made. the New York state highway : but it is constructed the soundest
commission submitted proposal for Rayo a low-priced lamp, on
I them''Tbe keynote to aueeess: ID making paving Oocbe ton -turnpike with brick sclenting'; principles, and there i is not a better lamp made at any p ce. ,
U controlling the moisture. Wben '
5 l there Is too much of It the earth be- at tbe joint expense ot the state and It is'easy on the eye .because its ught it so soft and white and The U. S. Government haa bought Neponset .1

comes mad;' when too little the result county. This method ot Improvement widely diffused.: And a Rayo Lamp never flicker: ,; Paroid Roofing every year since 1898-often 1 1a

?1 Is duet '*There Is a happy medium was strongly urged by County Engineer !: Early lighted without removing shade. oc chimney; cut to den and rawick. million square feet at a time-for use at j +'\

axi between these two extremes when Smith. The supervisors decided. Solid boss. tiueegho. t. widI..handsome aickc! faults *l.o in many other' *jrle.fend fuuiW. home\Alaska, Panama and the Philippinea .; .'

the soil packs bard. In most soils excepting however, that ID view of the state of Aok .:low n. its :. ..Rave raw .r wntotaroi d, q w erwYrM the coldest as Well ar the hottest climates. ,'::'-
clayey ones It la not difficult ,tbe county's finances with respect to ear' sea a/ *. .. l

to maintain this favorable moisture good roads they could not afford to Do need of the
Standard Oil, l Company you stronger proof wearing qualities, economy,
f- content Keep.tbe center of tbe road obligate the county for half tbe cost ( t"\\ and the satisfaction that NEPONSET Paroid Roofing affords? ;'J .
that water cannot remain -of brick paring, and accordingly they '
r Do you want proof nearer home ? '\\'e will give it to '7'- .
communication from tbe you
It doea the result .Is rats tabled tbe -- .
We will tell where can see a NEPUNSET Paroid Koof. ;
you you .
In wet weather and In dry weather stale ,commlaalon. ;
; the sides of the road are ground up I(I Now tbe state authorities have decided SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES See how it looks, learn how long it has been on, and hear what ;: 'I

into dust. to watt no longer for the cooperation the owner has to say about it.NEPQNSET. '. :, ;. ,

''i ,Drainage ditches should-be prdrldedlong I I of the county In Improvingthe "'
d the road. If water stands there road. The state highway commission : PAROID Roofing : :;!::" ,:

', it will soak under the roadbed and I' has prepared plans for macadamizing Doaiccuor's
often It. Another Important factor two or more miles of.tbe. turnpike ia told oa proof, not promUea.Kll , "1.:.'"
h f., t. keep a apace of,fifteen to In the Coidenham section, where .. >axlCT PAROID Roofing for the NEPOH8ET PROStATE Rla.0' ,"V ..yfoci. "
.t .. Gen! feet free from grass and the condition of the thoroughfare. Is and aidua o( barna. atablea. poultry roofs/ and aides of reatdoncei and all build- '
+4 ""which If allowed to grow on the elsbt-I worst, Corner,Main and Monroe Jacksonville. 'Branch of the GREATEST: bulldlnia.. RcaiaU Slate In fire.color. Coata sass thanablntlea. inn callmi lor artiatic roofs and riding k _"r
# UkUo..u.acb moisture u at be Looks like IbIOIlI,,". wean like data
The' macadam will given an
I ,.. I system of ,Business Colleges in the World-22 years' success, 160,000 For brooderbooeeashadeendMmpor t.y
NEre.sTWATERPROppB.ildlag -
( grlndI. np, Into. dustj asphalt surfacing and the result wilt. ary bulldlnra' thatroquBelow-<:o.t rooting.iweNEPONSET ,F
I 'road. The' improvement than 100 high-grade instructors. Contracts RED-ROPE: Raafi.. Firanperior Paa a* lor use under clapboarda and ,ahin- r ?
be s fine stretch of gradoates.'Mqre givento
...IW> j.v in every reaped to tarred lolt.t It ala. In walla ol ...,dellce.. eke Kaepa out
:s; Good Roads Benefit Sohoola. may be later extended and aecureVaduates' POSITrONS or REFUND MONEY. Indorsedby baa been tbe atandard low-coat roofing lor dampneaa. cold and drauibta Cap tail '
Good .road) will make possible the a one roadway provided all',the way twenty-five, yiara. bass ooe-thbd. ,
h'r :Florida,and Georgia Bankers and other business men thin p W. BIRD. SON East WaJpele. Uaaa.
,4 ceotrallzatlon of schools the.,employ j.; 'between: Newbarg and.Montgomery. ,
\AL"L.-Q.THERcFlorida: ahd"Georgla business colleges .combined.: Waalso
rff .seat of \iinor/efficient/ teachers, the1IM .
.. of _:-.pparatua for Insttpc4ton. -' : Bad Roads Expenave\! \ teach $Y/. ,f kIL. -SOLD

r .:aDd an'at lesa.tipense. .than,.our; . Bad 1'08'In the uerase life of'S ,1' {V\; A. H. JAMES'Mana er,,Jacksonville: Flfl 1 I By-
present system ;\ farmer are far more expensive thin :i'i i L v 4ttlt W. B. COMPANYKISSINNBB
!Jyr, '( omevone ,baa sdd .that tb three good roads e Tte.wllf'be,;:In, Missouri -'"' .. fLOBlDA

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Run Green Fruit Bingham a funny.because.he\
Up in (the, War. -A. "Ralph For absolute comfort. and,, : MATTRESSES
can't help it., If he went into the undertaking
i Cold Weather Hints Bloodless, Battle.Mr. business. he would be 'expelled dreamiest, Jhealthful sleep .' .

., W C. Temple, general manager' from the, union In a week. He buy a I

Of the Citrus Exchange; ha withdrawnthe 'wa born..q drive' dull care away, a ,. The STEARNS & ro8Taa'Mattre -, ,

prosecution axamst *blpprto( doctor who cure by the good old rule ft .*,U mad, of,'nlnV, layer* Vf.cotton -
instituted FOSTER
. green fruit which the Exchange of 'laugh and grow fat And he u one STEARNS
felt encaaed In.beaatt.ltu1
:These'cold days ,are going to last awhile: 'and' you ; Mr', Temple believe'that ;fre of the few doctor who"seem' 'taketheir MATTRESS, .j'j 1 :'.'art ticks.Med. : .,. ; If 'N
: green fruit agitation ha had own ,medicine. On the platform
d, need. warm clothing. a salutary I each.maunufa.
? .. effete.' Inasmuch It checked the'movement or off, with an audience: of one or five . iy'f*. W wondtrftil Wes j I Attached to 1, f- ,

attention' of dearly one thousand:'car of hundred, if'.Mr: Bingham'audience I* Proettt lluU 'JH'fHlw- the mannfaeturer''guarante.. ,;
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call to th"PRINTZE.SS" e distinctive A eaoel -/< i that th* material used are alt
ito unripe fruit" which would have hot shrieking with laughter you may I IDOn't
,. gone .
: suits and'coata., ,They combine the . new-not Moond-hand, returned
forward,, a* in preYlou.year : take jt for granted .that it i la composed confuse it with otbet cotton
choicest deali'1\a--:1\o: two alike-:with perfect fit and H* also ha the satisfaction of makIng -. of deaf-mute who have not yet learned felt mattrcwes;' the only thing they ;! from.ome, hospital or home.Prloea .- tyy,
high grade materials.. 'You cannot afford to miss seeing .} .
'. 1 from $8.60 to 122.
.them. the law apply not only to Florida to. read lip'moveni t*., have"I In'common i i. the' -word- cotton: rang,
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",t Upper but to those of other citrus '"But what doe b* do, anyhow ? 1 :, -, i
the violin KI&SJMMEE' FURNITURE CO Justin, a fine line1' of.all-wool
producing states. and in consequence Well, be monologue and play. '
Separate' skirts, in the highly popular Cheviot the Florida fruit, which ripen first, haa Hi monologues are .either original AGENTS blanket from $& to $9 a pair.

mixtures Serge and Panama, many of them with loose a clear field for the'bankairing; ) trade. or might a* well be; their rendition .." .- -.:. -,..'

tab back and front. Prices from $2.50 to $12.50. California, which ha been flooding the at least I* original and inimitable.Hi 'f "'J'J.: .. j'f'l'

Eastern market with! .Thanksgiving. ofT face_ 'change.: ,with"_ v.ry..h In ft., '., .
Women's :and children's sweaters in plain white, fering in year previous, of sweated the humor; you Hardly need to hear the .1' ." ".'f "., ..,,1'.1"'. ." s 'Ki&simmpeFurniture: ''It' iJi" '

., white with contrasting trimmings, and plain colors.Children's orange, was wise enough not to transgress story,' for. you. can ace it. He uses 'Co. v
: against the federal pure food law many puna,_and the, pun_ 1* .
: 50c to $2.25 -
Wornatt's;$2.75 to $5. --- --- 0'
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I or those of the states, knowing that the the lowest order of wit. But there art . \ \

Florida Citrus Exchange put every puns and pun, and Mr.'Bln, ham" area .
Inspector on his metal to look for unripe near the highest Wit .* It i* possible {4
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Katz's orange for a pun to be. He make ne of remarkable 1'4t

This wa one of Mr. Temple' plan metaphor and; similes; ,there

in a national agitation against unripe I I II I a constant crackling of joke through. t It

orange., and the produce'paper of the I out the monologue, and last but not

United State and of California admit I least, the monologue itself I I. always .
I. that It wa a good business. stroke, and' new."-Paul M.Pearson, Editor Talent, Scarfs'Mufflers
at,the same time one that conserved the' Philadelphia, Pa. .
health of the consumer. It certainly
.. puts the crimp in the senseless declarmtionmade -"I consider m-d:; Ralph Binghamto i
by some that the Citrus Exchange be the finest all around entertaineron
of"Florida wa a "California institution. the American platlorm.ExGoY.ob .
Califomiaearly-ahipper Taylor of Tennessee.
doe not think so.
Ladiei' Sweater Coats, double breasted,with roll collar " .
Orange Grove Property.Fine "Ralph Bingham, a* a monologue 'in self or contrasting colon, two pocket White. $2 to $5
Crockery artist, has no equal on this side of the and colon, ,
twenty acre located Atlantic at least, and a* a musician h*
inside city limit, close to school ha few peer"Evening, Bulletin Misses' and .children sweaiers whit with sailorcollar

'r and church This property consists Philadelphia. Pa. In navy or cardinal$2. __ ',' ,
of forty acre of land, twenty acre. of .

; Decorated sets, 100 pieces, $11 119 fruit which tree.i* m, bearing ten acre orange additional and cleared grape- Hear him at the High School Auditorium Girl' and boy' plain sweater, sties. to JO year. 75cti$1.50.. .
and in culU..atlon"ROOd'ftve-room cottage Monday evening LVc. 4. Gen-
Open stock patterns plain and decorated ; two deep well This i* an excellent eral. admission.50 cents. Knitted scarfs. 2} yd*. long. In white, some with
location, wnere you will have stripes of white silk, other wl i colored stripes in "r
moderate prices. the freedom of country life with city Notice. plain and,raised effect There are also acarf in :
advantage Possession can be secured solid black. 50c to
Full line of decorated and plain ware for ho- on short notice. See this proposition Notice of Petition to Be Made a Free $2
tels and restaurants. before purchasing. Price, $10,6001terms Dealer.-Notice to'all whom It may Phoenix and LaM ode muffler in wool and mercerized, ;f.50c f.
on part. If taken within thirty concern that Mn. N. Rogero, of Kiimmee *- black, white, and color. A new design.ha a turn
days, present crop, estlmsted at 2,000 Florida will apply to the Hon- over portion at the top that give extra warmth to 91 :
Toilet bowls and pitchers. 90c to $2 boxes, goes with the place. H. M. orable James W. Perkins, Judge of the
BREAKER & Co. 47-tf Seventh Judicial Circuit, in and for 0.- Children' toque* in white and colors :
Toilet sets, 10 pieces $3.90 ceola County, State of'Florida, on the > ViI'
Bids Asked. lit day of December, A. D. 1911, at
DeLand. Florida, or wherever he maybe I
Toilet sets 12 pieces $6.50 to #8.50at
Sealed bid for erecting Methodist for a license to manage,take charge \ '
church In Kissimmee, Fla., will be received of,and control her property', and to be- -
till December 20, 1911. Right come a free dealer in every respect Mrs. E. LvPeapceHfAvHI ,
reserved to reject any or all bId.. Plan R. G. JOHNSTON, .
and specifications on file with John M. Attorney for Petitioner. ':. .. .' ,_ '"
The CASH HARDWARE STORE Lee,chairman building committee. 48-3t I Dated Nov. I, A. D..1911. 45-ft ,,; .. '. ./" I' 't." ,.t'I
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AND 'ORANGE: GROVES .We Osceola have County more Savings. Accounts,than any other Bank, in a 1.r

279 acre*-of land near1 St 'Cloud, convenient to school and church, on A Saving Bank loaned FREE If you haven't procured
a main traveled road, land practically all level. ,This is improved; one, do so at once. .
worth $25 per acre. Particular to interested parties. Kansas r ------S ---- '
party interested in this proposition who might accept lands in Aa-nroa E. tbaaoex.Pmident, W. H.-NoatoixCs.hl.e. 1
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Kansas for all except $2260, which run about one year. WORLD-FAMOUS( '
We also have 10 acres just across the road from this, about onethirdof
which is In good bearing orange and grapefruit grove and some THE
tangerines.. Good stables, sheds, good place for grain! two wells. ti. : A PROMISE V.
t S-r omed house, just across the road, belongs with this property. ,.1
r All the laud in cultivation, and splendid land too. Price $1500,
on favorable terms of payment. 25 YEARS OF HONEST DEALING

NUMBER 103.-Ninety acres of land, located four miles from Kis- WITH THE PUBLIC 1jr i
,,, immee, less than one mile from railroad station, school and : j jA
church. .Most of this I. excellent orange land, in good orange I .1 t ,.
' I grove country. Balance fine for trucking and growing all kindsof '% TREMEHDOUS .}:
crops. Several young orange trees, one largelpear tree, about a
' one acre of sweet potatoes, and five or six acre more just readyto EXHIBITION OFWE r Ill 'T 4 '
put out to citrus fruits this fall. Good 4-roomed house, fine I
porch house just newly painted-just the place to grow a fine LTH* SPLENDOR ..rrr
ii and keep a bunch of stock. Price $3,500, one-fourth d'i S.,
cash, bake on any favorable term to suit purchaser. fr.r I PERFECT SPECIMENS OF THE ti, N, S

NUMBER 109.-Forty acre of land quarter of a mile from railway ; EARTH'S MOST CURIOUS (MATURES a L,
station 100 yard from school and church, all good land. Twenty- ,,' GATHEfttD TOGETHER INTO ONE tr '
five acre of it goods for citrus fruit land, 10 acres cleared and IMMENSE MENAGERIE ?
ready to plant to oranges. About 15 acre of low land well e
drained, fine for trucking. A a-roomed house with two fire place., ( THE CHAMPIONS OF ALL 1 w.
r two porches, stables, about one dozen bearing orange tree.. Price ( COUNTRIES COMPETE IK FEATS r
11600: half cash balance favorable terms. Eight per cent on de- OF DARING AND GRACE. .1 r' +
'1 ferred I Iil
:SMALL TRUCK FARM.-We have one and three-fourth acres of ' i. srTHIS MAMMOTH tHTCKP-MISC ed'
land near the high school building, right up In the city, extra fine ;: HAVE THEIR KOISED MOST YAtUAIlE A.LL EUROPE ARTISTS OF j f "MARY"t .': ,
land fine flowing well. all sub-irrigated by the Sanford system. : -, ,
This is a fine tract of land and will be sold at a bargain price on 111 MALE AND FEMALE RIDERS, i iI THE LAPCeST, '

,S favorable deal direct.term. Will introduce purchaser to owner and let them I SCMSATIONAl AERIAL ARTISTS.EATH-DEmHG LEADERS FEATS, i\.LIVING;... Pittobiurgh Pekect"Wire '

FINE SUBURBAN HOME.-Twenty-three and a half acre. of land TENTS THAT ARE F Skill AM*CAIINC tr I TH HALE f .QNDEARTH., Fencing is bett all "
adjoining the city limits. Can drive right off the-marl road"onto POSITIVELYWATERPROOF. AN* FEMALE PERFORMERS, | 3 IHCMCf.]TMLLf* through 1
,,1 this! property. Here you have the freedom of country, yet enjoy A UG TMV E IF MICH SCNIIlMtRSES. I 'THAUJUMBO*" i7 e wile:*S. drawn from a special quality of open "
, city advantage, with high school and church privilege.; 226 bearing THE BEST earth tetouah| p1 lb1e. aU "
long lived
orange tree, some Japanese persimmons, a fi-roomed bouse, TRAINED ELEPHANTS. WIRE like old-time *
with a porch across one end and one side, 3-roomed servant house, MONSTER | TWO GROUPS *r FOftCST-RE A MSITIVE FEATURE iron wire. It '* th..finest fencing.
' cow.barn, chicken house and yards. Price $4,250. RAILWAY CARS. 'MAM-HILLING LIONS .AT EACH EKKtimON wire possible to manufacture. _

We have id acre adjoining this land unimproved, half of it fenced, ; KIKINING W EAT JTKl WaOSVRtS. Galvanizing Heavily galvanized by our own new and perfect

and in,cultivation. Price $1,600.lfhie could be laid out into city A GRAND. FREE TWO I PERFORHWE5 Perfect IK0*?** the V wire *S. positively moutureVproot.
lots if deaued. fact that I
NUMBER 99. Four'.. of land about two miles from 8- DAILY-IAINO.R5HIKE
2 AMD t;> O'CLOCKf Stay and Line Wires are Electrically Welded
roomed house land all"in cultivation. Price $400. Time on half TMCHA C IC
if desired. not only eliminate the weakening and '*M*WEUmoisture.gathering >
NUMBER 113.-Forty-five a reef land two miles from Klsaimmee, wraps, clamp '
t all good land; 16 acre. of fine bearing grove consisting of oranges, and tie, but practically tranaform
i grapefruit. toianderinea and-.. other varieties of "
tangerines many: I the into of
choice: fruit; 8-roomed house, stablee, packinghouse, etc. A cheap r iated = one pkc perfor- .
proposition at 19,000. On favorable terms. MONDAY 1 . ;'
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{ NUMBER 23.4 120 acres of land with two orange groves;-one of nine !IN. WatWin There i* no wa.tse to'make 'u ele.* '"we7ghtl .( ;XA'tis '

f acre., large bearing trees, consisting of oranges: grapefruit and >,tad. )oeavi.r wire >a used and all the ....Tl.*.?. tt
.tangerine; another of eight acre, about evenly divided between. [LWuhWeigk ianc St
:f xs ', and tangerine other fruits coming y wire being of the BUM _
,, oraugea. grapefruit ; young : r line i"
: wires "
1 into bearing. Fin land, on a be.uUfullake; excellent muck land t the -; .. F
: 'AS-roomedhouse, stable 'and barn. Price $12,600; $$5OO cash!,.. .. -... wiweh Perfect:'Fence t1 f"StroDCe t"i.'t t' MFA \
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\t ,andl,000 per annum'fortenyearn, with th. privilege of paying "
: it at any. time.'' Six per cent on deferred'payment This' is, : --... M!_ -- --. adapted t ...,. purJl .. \, tiJSJ

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"p\"die. have many other groves, truck: ,farm and timber tract for sale .tC. '''..'''D Y, OD GVAR .: '"" ..',\"" ,""
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yoke. ox- promluory nolei.. And the Mayor ....II'orth.
en. J. W. Miller. 46-tf, with Issuo hi. projlamatloi for said election,
ii Classified Advertisements WADE the tuner.. Orlando. DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til and shall give public notice of ssme by pub-
[ :' FOR SALE-40 acres; 6 acres grove, 4 i ler. 1 -_. a uew.pper published lit, three r in
fly acres: timber balance cleared; $4,000. AlTED-The sweetest thing out for ROOMS TO RENT-Either single .or City'Immediately prior w> the date of, the,said ....,....
girl Fuller Greeme Candy elrotlon .
,'Ii ( J. H. Fraternity building, your "
suite suitable for r
f t'" /,, ' Advertisements are inserted under this head at.the rate of .tf Cents. ,t Halle1'I B. ,. 41-tf Company.fresh from factory.. Klssimmee. 83-tf Drug, en keeping.; Apply to Mrs. light A. A.nouse-Simp Tit Thdl eleutlombiiil the form of bssubiuntlaUyf the ballot. fob.awl.lrid 1'

per line each Insertion. eon. S-tf as follows t. )!(I.
i Florida farm? 30 \ ,
DO want cheap l !
FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass "
FOR SALE'; See R.. E.
acres fencedand cro fenced; 10 acres "Officlsl B;"ut. Munlolp1 Prnmleso.. '
No.189. 19-tf
Market. Not
I FOR HALE FOR SALE.-Windmill and tank, good muck trucking land; 60 peach trees _Sewell, at Porter & Son's store. 48tf Eliot on.-\. D. 1111-. City of Klirlmmee,. ?

I as new. Mrs. C. V. Bearden. :37 tf just beginning to bear; 5 bearing pear GET H. N. BRATTON to! drive your FOR RENT.-Nicely furnished rooms, "'o..da"M".cro,. (X) mark before the ouestloa,
trees; strawberries, blackberries and artesian wells. 43-tf with or without board, with private of your Choice"

l' FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Buff Or; FOR SALE-Good house, lot 75x1;O, raspberries; 6-room house, new barn I family, on Church street. Mrs. Kulp. ==--__ -='0'--__--_
f pington eggs Geo. A. Gilbert. 39tfA with artesian well water, some fruit well at the house; surface well : FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull 38 tf "Vote fur One."
and a good stable/ ; only $1200; reasonable with pump and gasoline engine for irrigation -. Bass Market. No. 189. ltf "For I'romJnMiiy' Notei "

PAIRof good, gentle work horses terms. J. H. Halley, Fraternity purposes. 8 head of cattle, 4 FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, "Against FruinNwiy Notes .
y "tor sale cheap. Ross Graves. 26-tf building. 45-tf of which are cows; 4 bogs 70 FOR SALE-Remington typewriter; inquire city center. Address, Box 126, Kis- - - '- -- -

-- --- chickens/ horse, wagon, top buggY, at C. W. D.n'aatore. 47-tf ''simmee Fla. 86tf 8rJtloD IV Should tb" .. .
FOR SALE-Or rent a new 5-room FOR SALE-5-acre truck farm with harness, plow and harrow: 2 miles I TO LET-New 5-room large promlOiory n".lte. .hu..e1 hy sots tho r'of'1..1'.14...
5 cottage. For information, call at 4-room home; near city on railroad; from city; price, $3,000. Mrs Sum- i, MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the totartesian well/ $12 majority, .ot'.. then ..1,1 pr"o'O.'J' notes
44-tf price$500, half cash. Address, Owner, Lakeview South Kis- corner abs't be Irourd .1'1")1 Uow 10 lew"ut daisy
u Methodist parsonage. mers, cottage, Rull Baas,Market, phone 189. 19-tf month. J. H. 'Halley. Fraternity and the smell .hat'' ,vhr, Such tsuanee
Box 456 Kissimmee 45-tf :
simmee. s6-tf. Building. 4 -tf | ro.irte hy Ordlt-victi for the r lompllou: of
WOOD per strand $1X25; five strands arid uotmst malurlt) aii'l for the payment
FOR SALE Ohio Chester White
M1q BIG BARGAIN-House and lot for sale C5.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf Interest upon narno.
SALE 80 fine well '
FOR acres, large,
male and female. Apply to H. W. ;!
WANTED cheap donated D
cheap for cash; lot 64x100 feet, with or organ MAKINaoN
jIt Bolce, Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf beautiful E-room with bathroom I located grove; good house of 7 rooms; I for the Christian work begun at tr tldent of Council ol Clly ol Ki.nimnee.'
tenant house rooms; artesian well; PLEASE do not call at the farm for fat Al.] v ,
plumbing roughed in; in a good I I Orange Center. Rev. S. S. Snyder. i J- It G.I,1tERT.' ,
will find them sale
FOR SALE-Fifteen acres in orange at a bargain If sold soon this_ year's vegetables; you on 48ltpdPROCLAMATION I I (.,ark of Clir of "'. .
and grapefruit trees, five miles from location and good hard; n finish; house will isplastered crop included. J. H. Halley Fraternity at the grocery stores. S. B. Ault- Approved' th''. -' Id dvy 0.I""e( November, A. IVI
with ; -- -- '
Arcadia and three miles from Noca- building. 45-tf man. 42tfI Pall
tea W. H. Funk. 46-tf sell either furnished or without fur- I II. I,. !>VAN.FORD
niture; located on Henry street south FOR SALE-Lot 75x200; 6-room house, MION BROS. First class tile and I Mayor! Of CI.v .X j tf < ..Imue!. .

+ FOR HONEST and deals in all and Bermuda avenue, west in Lillie's celled; barn, deep well; 12 vounggrapefruit cement work. Home office, 928 ,
; square I
kinds of real estate call on or write addition. Call and see property or some bearing orange and Candler Building Atlanta, Ga. AH I H. Clay StancJ.-Mayor of raid City.-do-'

'j W. H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf write Box 121, Kissimmee. Fla. pear trees, peach trees, shade and : work guaranteed. R. Mion, Snpt. 48-2t Of Special Municipal Election. l of hereby the em.ltnr pi jclalm I, I electors and decbre of. ttt a .Mclal...... ._.
I w91 I be held
48-ltp Mrs. Sum
shrubbery price, $900. 'i'nC
FOR 'SALE!-Three-room cottage"on mers, Lakeview cottage. South Kls-r, YOUR NAME In gold on 12 pout cards, I at.SeCllvCouno'lCrmmb.the regfar houra 01 voting' ., ,.said.. I 17 tit,. durtne
Hughey street (Lily's addition), lot FOR SALE-City lot 70x93 two blocks simmee. 46-tf lOc. Address, J. G. Kroth. Dept. 8, Undm an4 by virtue of the authoiltr re t'lIn ... .nber. A. U. lull upon I"on. edestlon day 0'of Da.
1 50x160: five blocks from the courtuOUfff. from postoffice. Address, Box 126, 1 Fork., N. Y. 43-ltpd me by the following Resolution of the Coun.i .Ktlr..n of TweD'r.ftv.Thounnd ( I16.OW.-Sen. .
ell of the Clv ol Khwlmmee (u
l wll ) 0
> <
I" .
Kissimmee Fla. 86tf 0' fly. ( ) 'rom.......
SALE-Five &Jtt
Price $650 cash, for quick ; FOR passenger touring A RESOLUTIONAReiolntion notfta'ffi, Five Thousand
..Ie: Apply.on premises. 45-4tpd i car, or will exchange for land.. G. F. PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasolinefires. orovidlnir for the luncnoa Io', i) D and to pledgj the findaTn (tl6UOQ.-lit and
1{, FOR SALE-Choice lots in W. H. Far- Parker. 36-tf. Get one for your launch, autoor the CUT of Kluimmee of promlMoi/ notes by InS I SiTML0' lh. .Cll". for/." red".notlen 0.WI
TREES AND SHRUBBERY. For I i mer's addition to Prospect Park. garage and be safe. Sold by Geo. oeiuin mount for the purpose of contraol In the; paving p."""." rf ..'t note.

1'fruit trees,.ornamental tree orshrul>- I i I These lots are some of the most desirable rOR SALE-36 acres;_between 10 and N, Saunders, agent. Kissimmecu 37 log poiw*of loin patina for the; smdlng une of rid and Cltr.onrbtnit for th.c.rulo oaf ,'''Ia I" nlcf& and curbing 01 ertelsy" I

t bary.of any kind write W. R. Speer, !I in the city and are sold on 15 acres in cultivation; ; fine young orange ueeu la thewla CUy tad for the inlimlMlooof tar.Bald.... Sri prbmliirTty In tb. natea to be luund nponth..
r t Orlando Fla.. .and get prices 34-tf'1'I l I easy payments. Buy at once, for I grove; some bearing pear and AN intelligent person may earn $100 the qtieMlon sgeit'.nunoe to sn electionof IuHsn. manner<'llortb In raid Rasa.

'I: they are selling fast. Flowing: artosian persimmon trees; 2 acres in sweet potatoes monthly/ corresponding for newspaper -. Wbreci the quoltfled. Itl I.iitotor tbs) Intention*of the uld of the Gilt Council The 'ollowlr41 qualified electira are hereby

FOR SALE-673 acres of land on Lake. ': water can be obtained at a little ; 5-room house, barn and sheds; *. No canvassing. Send for par under the prc"l.lonn of Choptar 6.%/. L.... 01 pointd W. S.Ha'to .serve,.11 ..uffic.. ."' Ml ap' ".1 .1 4 Tohopekaliga and Russell. E. -J. 'I depth. W. H. Farmer. 41-tf horse, wagon buggy, surrey and plow; ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245. [ Fiori".. Act of 1411. to ....qul.. the prooeuy r lespecta'. and H. Y". G.f.r", Van., e'Id A'.. Datldaea,, "!o'I
< Brown, Kissimmee, Fla. 48-tf price. 3000. Mrs. Summers Lake- Lockport N.Y. owner, abutMn> celMln streets or perU of 1 In Wit.....W brr.of 1 hove harsunn Agn.w as Clarlt" :
street wham
a .e the City,to pa.-ad.lad curb N set my hand ;:y&aI
r avant
for view South Kissimmee. 46tf theaameAnd nkl Ch 7 and caue.d
furnished rooms'
IF YOU want cottage '
0 o' meld cit, I" be--j-; ;; ; flCorporal.: ,'ItamnWwltdbyltCl.
FOR.SALE-Half interest In moving light bouae-keeping, write or call on ALL the latest 'styles in photographsat Whereat, The CUj will bare to bear the ;' .::I t
picture show; population of city 4,000; entire cost of such improvement at the Inter' be.: A, I, 'k.thietid>! Iv ofNO .
D. tyll
,eft; W. H. Farmer, "The Square Dealer FOR SALE..7-roorn. twostory..bouse'Ilarge ; Wilder's Studio. Call and see our Motions of the M reels,and one-third of the oont'of
books .bow business a paying propo- Kissimmee. Fla. 44tf. rooms and pantry; newly painted i work. 40 tf the remainder of. such Imnrovetnent. the: Ata-t H. C. STANFORD.
sition. For particulars write to C. I and other two thirds to be borne by the abutting : a.yorof Cit, of KIaaImDl.,
inside and out, newly papered; J.R GILRERT. 1
k .Gianeskla.. Kissimmee.-Fla.--- 48-ltp FOR SALE 100 acres, lake.: front; 7 beautiful yard with fine shrubbery, SEE King Quality shoes before baylnCaah property And, >Vb owner._... In order to provide fundetopet Clerk City of KlaalmA -.. ; ['
J --5 I acre. grove'; good dwelling and ten palms, china berries; crepe; myrtle +I' Store. .. .. ..1-tfT utoltll Cltrs BroporUon of such' Improve
of line. I .
FOR SAL'E-On' account / J. H. Frai bearIng ,. be Beeessai/for th.Clty to contract
ant house; $ ,00O. Halley, etc. 75 bearing orange trees 3 .
; am forced to retire from business, I FOUND-An f feed gold watc:1i.Owner'ean a loan for snob purpose and ,.s.. the RESOLUTION
5 41-tf open""
t and am offering the Home Bakery for : ternity building pear trees, mulberry! tree: scuppernong i bave'iuun. funds, credit and property" of said city for Whir.. the Council has this
t few bade with by calling at of._Ii loan day coneunentiJ'1 "
arbor a ,
V sale.. New stone baking room and '!' FOR SAt -A FARM- bedding, grape few chairs; some matting, thin office proving property and pay. And Wb........ The ....., of the City's...... of ,.' fOIl t.Lwtin,..pytl.d' ."A-<: K. 1"Uoa PIoo'' .
a' "j "!!'" .large! over lust added to plant. A. In'all. few shades and a cook stove; this ing for this notice. 44-tf inch proposed street lm*>roTrmeut u..tlmaMal ,d f"-- Ia....) Now 1. a c.n.1ta, Amount; '-. 't
H* e ''' Smith. 48-tf 254 rcres I Twenty-five Thousand tt' ..ODoll.) ...... 01 ContrDL.\nor for the
,. ,. a Loan
40 acresin cultivation. property covers' an entire block-price, Therefore, Be It Resolved by.the Council of said (;111"". for lb. Prwpoo for tile UM of. .
LOST" Strayed or .to1en. Yearling the of KlMlmmee.Section Fsving '
J.\ '\.FOR SALE-Cheap, fine Edison phon.ograph ,,350 orange' trees, about 200 bearing. ".000; $1,600 cash and balance Sum in i heifer,,dark brown, showing-Jersey City I. That .under and tar virtue of the sod for lb.Curbing Bubmla..1 Certakl 'v.o.. ta the) .aid; City; 1.u'. "
'' records born One large Jt terms to suit purchaser Mrs. ..te of KJsstmmee by Sec Qosatlan of such ) ,
0' crane, reeA : >am.t power once to .n 1Llectloa of
and Genitally
marksor th.
mixture on legs head DU
4 ; ;, LakeYiew South KIssimmee. tion 1WO of Statutes of the Qual1fho4 IIIMtcn_ },
cottage, of
ord caie leas than half coif Enr One 8-room house. seers M. sold City" la which _
bnnd for information 8tIoa, .. ,
Florida, t.
'46-tf : ( Srre troiafasory b ... ........ aa-ta
naded .
Seekins One ule-Iot and'abecl.l deep well. aagr'SMeUnto .
oppoelte.J' .
,. quire of i upper v will lead to recovery. Inquire notes for the 01 Iwenty-nve d..erlbed tHKHEpH61r .p.olfa
I; Mome Bakery. ,48-Upd All buildings same ae new" 1' tat,\ Caaette office. ".tf .. Thousand JWMj*.OJ: ) Dollars, to be styled tg BY THE: COUNCIL 0 : Rr90LV., ,
'HousaaM'bop and ... ',TMBCIT ,
"Sireet "
71 .
- H miles from St. FOR'SALE": .YlOC e of 'the denomination 'AOI'KiSIII..MBE ., . ,
.,*!,$( ;FOR SALE' -20 vetrliog thoroughbred 1 mile from railroad station acres 'muck: and beach land 'in-Kissim KINO,.Quality'"shoes for' men -at Cash Tiro tog Interest Tboosaud.r, payable( i alto srni) each at toe draw rate .cu.... 1.' Tint.sbOUY the ........01. .... eve' ;,

J white, Leghorn' hen., now, lejring-- County road running alongside. prop-.. mea Park.,.Windmill;tank, and wateri Store \ 1-tf ef all per .cent (4 per cent) per annum ma.tarlnir 11--T.ty.fI.'.now T\luu.aod aagreteUua the ...... ,.,
: ; W'ckofhtraln.In.' Caldwell. 48-tf: erty. "* "' i in, ,the house.' '(Cheap,.if sold quickly retpecUTety from date ol lesvanoe .athorlaed the qo..11\ed(Qo\IIOO."OO ) D.Btotalaya. be '" .
I, ( About 4 mile from lake.Church ., : F. 8.' Cahlll.- . :47.4t-pdFOR' WILL EXCHANGE land'less than a two follows t ,One Doter note 'a three one jrear. one note In at.. .prdssii by dantob.yrcclelm.dlatheeyn.a.ctcn 0' ; .'.\ :s
rears one years,cue vole in .... '
,j''f FOR SALE-M7 .tock ot groceries. .. mile from the center of four ...... .. -
on property.' s ,Zeph'yrhUla.for years, and onenqt a In.nTe yean, and the to..send the ... fled. itself ., ;,
,* eonfectioaeriss.nd': store fixtures in *,School within 200 yards of house.r. ;SALE:=A''.canvas top delhery ."..' a. amal) automobile." Mrs. Summers Internal arid--.rlnclpd payable in gold, or It* R....In..nd OO"-t.oI1cf nt of the .notes wNngwyS
5: '. ., A:;. L.ecaefer'a-building: ,; Broadway -I South Kis.aimmee. equivalent. In the oiace ot the. Treasure of Clyde AD....._ . -0( ;
.Good; Will sell for $ ,50cash. j ;walton for aale at a'bargain; I lettered !keYle", Cottage, eew Cny J Bald notes to be Issued for the pur Atlaatle the Nghtof.w.yofth.:
streets. reason Cost
and.Main - About 8 miles from Kissimmee.'Address. . -> to'sult ...... ?E._ ,LV, Green Box ., 4&tfLNYONE pee 01 parlnf.tradtntf end earhloc certain +sm.tSth.t Ur k.lI..d and Emmert 9ae.t.,.'jI ',
.,_ for>lltng.: ,M.Calamaraa. ., 481(1FORmfrui .'.Henry T.:Bass., )44tfKlssimmse.Fla. I, 139. .Phone.-CO. ,-. 4f-tf. a; S atreets Inaid tlliy l and tbe Ijnds. ere uts.dprop.rty ODe ....... brtws. U').A"I1d. ",,
... !>' I I '. : 'jFOR' hhywherecan' start a mail : of said City le. be kleOctd! < for tee r.e .... d"y ,feet., wait or S..-.tJi'
; . TwelTe acre,oranae' and, : damptionof ssrt notes. '- .r-- and AAvenue Dak.. A ,
,a:, .M. : .about three miles ir'YOU'? : 'looldn Q for"a'city home; order bostnesa at home. : Ne canTassing. -. u.otton II. That an election be held at.. way and Vf_S...Brick.. Street bet eq Ihoad'\d!
t Su' t grove, railroad. Will -Fine'bnildlntlots" in all ,call on Mrs. Summers, Elite Realty'Parlor Be your own boss Send for free earty: dele ae "_b..1 which the question street sad the.... ...vm.St.. b_ Break: '.il''>
uDee on te submitted
roc the
I J.i .. ';'.tieU' t-o b&Jyaln.' :AddNM 'W.a.. parts of town: $50 and up..J.I HJ Hal- Lakeview Cottage, South'KIs- booklet; Tells how." ",Heacock;'A- 8144, 1......n' "-* qaallfloatiana.preMr.bed eleotinof by sad Section City and.O.kStre.t RillrodMain f.w.rotthpus. tleCuu,'; .
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