Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 1, 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: VID00518
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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} Tburman, and was called a Stephen C. ", . effect I that the of the -
I '' deceased
BUR) Foster evening; Foster'' . popular, 'music -,- :Shaker would prosecute Gillette for assisting FRIGHTFUL F FEiat WRECK
rendered.. ..
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t. pass
The'Klislmmeti; Orchestra some c v' ,' '. "" out. ofthe, 'body. ,,r' ,
Subscription Increased ** SiW. M*. K" *li,
Builded. Bigger Than :They' Knew beautiful ., the Misses McAdooand i .
f"' the Brldgewater.\K.....' Of Atlantic: Coast Line Train at 92G"last.
'., : ,When They Began Gradating Messrs.-: Buzta sang a quartette; 'I i. J1'I "' '" :'- , Not 21, 1911.

"The Valley Gazette. "OldFolk at Home" Mrs. Earl Lup-: Beginning with January;,1/1912.. the .subacriptipnf . The Klssimmee Valley Gazette,.:' W, B. Night As'It. Was/ Entering,
fer and Miss Elizabeth Carson read ineresting 1 J
., price of the Valley G zett ,will. be Harris. Editor fDear City from the,North. v
ts aketcheiotFoeter'sllfe.' Ste; I _
: We have frequently published letter* phen Foster' beautiful serenade, $1.50'a year,475 cents for alx"monthl' or 40 Sir. Accidently your ,paper of . L, J- '
".J from person*Northern-arid Western " e-.Lt..Dream- ..,. ,_ crab for three' month*,'' and JM>_ subscription September, 29/4911; came jnto our possession 'One of. the most frightful wreck'of7a '
"':. who said they coming here .I will be taken ; when'I tell you. that Miss .....ger-trafn'mr''' known-favthlsi Af -"
states were Ing; .was sung by Mrs. Dr.Hyatt. for a ,}less time than three Sadie L.: Marchint I I. my sister-in-law
,,"' as a result of reldln't, the Valley Ga- 'Miss Derbyshire,'Mrs. J. M. Willson, 'months.. yoriJl\ action occurred last night just as train,
)know how we'
--*, "Ttette wnichw.. entthe a few month i It were to No: 8&ef the Atlantic Coast, Lin waa '
. J r.and Dr. Hyatt and while Is one : 1C
', "The Valley Gaxette, feet perfectly junta get Knowing that Sadie must be )in -' '
: of .the County Com entering the city-limits; although no., '
by the courtesy of the old'songs it was new to the audienceandor'e'of
\ misslonsrs, and the letter that follow : the most rythmical fted in making this!9 aease in its rates, aa it. a dread very disease weakened \condition with'tb.t that one was seriously injured except Mfc L.,

.,-,' .are evidence' that the' Commissioner I I and melodius! 'all of Foster's nga. -. ha almost .trebled;in. size .to-what it was a it was an act ,of we'mercy ould.. only Sadie feel c..Royal the baggage master,.who waa.

bailded bigger; than they knew when The entertainment for Tuesday few: years ago, -and prints) twice as rnuchpure seen number of sisters die with having the badly; crushed from falling trfiaks. 4

they began circulating eight hundred night December 6th.. will be conductedby reading matter as,many papers in the same disease, 'It i ia not strange that ahe It is almost impossible In'thieshort i
'copies of this paper weekly throughoutthe Mr*.' Bullock,. Mrs.. d.rrnd Mrs.Stanford. time to learn any of the particular t''x 1 '
sbejuld make
whose is such
United States. ' state subscription price $1.., a request. She loved' arding the wreck'except;> that it waa

.. --- We find that to publish a paper such as the Shaker family, a* aha. had often c used by a broken rail.,The train was,

,Coming to Make His, Home. ,1 DECEMBER 19j 'the Valley Gazette, requires the expenditureof so written, she ,would and bad,have she perhaps hot been realized suffering. the lea and wa running: a high speed to,, ,,

I n a large amount of money, much morethan seriousness makeup losttime, and it wa impose( ,
Kansas Mo., Nov: 21, 1911. of such a request and the 'le
City to the
"stop train even |If the_engi-i
'1' Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Is the Day Set for Holding the Street even if we. had trebled .our price, and trouble it would bring on the people near bad ecru the break which he 'evUi,; '

Fla j I Section.: we feel and know that our patrons fully the loved.I deafly did not a* It was less thantwot: *< :
a (
, Gentlemen-Enclosed find $1.00 for a Paving, appreciate the good work. we hare done and think only just such kind-hearted eat In length. '
If I The most Important question that has people as they were Would have takenin
subscription to your paper.
year's the superior excellence of the Valley Gazetteto The engine paved safely over the
,. ot confronted our people for some time 'i.I \ a stranger in her condition, as the
possible I should like to copy '
desire broken rail but the left the1
such that do > baggage
extent they not : car
that of and any' doctor here told us when she left us togo
the for Nov. 10th and 17th. paving our streets, Mal orStanford ... trek
paper .
: aa did every car .followlhg'twor
I department-of the conducted at a loss. South with the spoken'of in
I am indebted to some one In Kissim- has given them the opportunity paper party .over:

'J; tr mee for the Sending of your paper for to make their wishes along-that' The Valley Gazette has at all times exercised your could not live more o idea.' three The turning place where the on' rail their wji

the line known on December 19. he having than four months, Only the climate
+. some months back possibly County its best efforts to give its patrons more broken.> 1 I. only about one hundred feet

..a\ Commissioner, and in so doing: I have issued his proclamation calling an election - than the full value of their money, and words and the good care and kindness of those north of the trestle over the. big drain...
i.' !:. been in touch with the happenings In on that Hate to authorize the cityto people could have kept her so long.,. I "
of praise\ have to from age ditch and that fact is responsible 4'
borrow $25,000 to pay its part'of layIng come us every quarter We have read In our paper here several
your city and county.I t of the United States foe the good work that her brother) for the absence of .nl toe*.of life," as
intend to visit you shortly with the vitrified brick on the principal\ we thing have.said, I
the ground there is smooth and
"f' expectation, of making home. streets. have done in building tip and making prosperous which were never said, and 1 hope they even.

Yours truly Those who have given the matter this city, county and state; we there- never reached papers in Florid! Very little Information can be obtain, ,, '
much that the We have never been ,able to visit ed from those who were aboard the
S. O. DAVIDSON. thought chum only way .
feel that ourselves
fore' only doing
we can ever hope to have well paved we are Sadie since she left, us; but she his rain,as the wreck was unexpected\ and< S
)justice when' we advance our subscription of the ear were off the track before
streets is .for the property holden to always written highest term her any

I Will Be Here Soon. either vote bonds or authorize the city; price to $1.50 'per 'year, 75 cents for six home there, and said she knew she one realixed,that.there wa any danger,

Waterville; Mimi. Nov. 23. to borrow the money to pay the cost months, or 40 cents, for three months, the could not live in' 'j>ur climate here. Her Miss Jessie Boston? of, 'Ohio: war, '

W. B. Harris, Kissimmee, fla. and if they fail to authorize this actions to take effect January 1 1912. death comes as a shock to us, although In the car next to the Pullman;',;'and
same ,
My Dear Sir':-I see my subscription December 19, they will have no right we felt we must expect it any time.I gives the followlnit'ccount:; of the,

to the Gazette will soon expire, so enclosed ., to in future criticise the deplorable con tn making this increase, the Valley Gazette am,, your truly, wreck: :.t,

please find P. O. order for $1.25, dition of.our streets. is only following the example set by MM. GXXHOON F. MUCIl, NT. "I had Just put on my.wrap* and was'

one dollar for the caper and twenty-five many 'papers in the state, who during the preparing to I leave the train'' when the

"cents: for of tate. We hope to be + car slid forw t.rd.and sidewlse with ,a
map have increased their ,
past year, subscription The cue against Mr. C. C. Turiing. (
the office 1 in threw the from
able tojcat our mail from price to $1.50 and $2. ton, who I Is charged with the attempted jerk that, passenger !
Kissimmee the near future, as ware their seata and sent hand bag and *uty: 7
assassination of Mr. RV. Meek, I.1
closing up our affairs here as fait 1 Purchases An Interest .in Florida also before the :'grand jury, betas far e ases in every direction. While, many

as possible.{ Will come to Kissimmee to were to has were bruised, nit'In:the car,were u.rlowlyhurs 1'
,. as able learn nof yet
Fruit Co.
Truck Land
,.; ,Jive) providing there I I. room left for sal :; and there .wasno: panic.,
been passed upon, although it)s.probable1 ; , .
If,not, will look for a home near then Mr. J.: Hs Haiwy,wbo moved to Kia-I ' it will be either tomorrow or, the< One of the men announced that .thj

I wa in Kissimmee one year ago and .Immee a f.w.months ago and & ,. first of"next week. engine had gone and there was no'danger ::

i *tayehr fe-w* ks.. I had lain help)..* real estate office 1n Fraternity 'Halha :-Will True BifBe -' The only other important case before of fire, and that the ear had slid 'M ; .

I, lTn bed.from, May until the Jaat of': August *.purchased an interest, the Florida i this team of court, i.I that of a negro: far a* It could go, sad' thepassenger' ,,

of last ;year with In amatory rheumatism. Fruit and Truck Land Company, of charged col-i natdenng another negt'O.t were advised.: b; remain'( wherever: ,, ;

The greater part of that timeI Loughman, and will at once begin activework Found Against Shaker a turpentine camp neartblr6Uy''*.v"; were7'Until bip &'rrlt. .'' *"o

,. could not move so much a* a toe or a having charge of the field agents era! months "'A'man Vho' was Standing near.the-*
( finger, and the relief I the aborttime The of managerofEhaagents \ ago. __ '
got position j There are several minor cases of,robbery water tank was thrown out of,a window,
I remained In Kissimmee was wonderfuL -' of the will necessitate, Mr '. when N
.'t' . company w ,,forgery, etc.,: but' none:of, *uch a man i.who' wa* drinking waa
"'.,' ;', Halley. traveling extensively throughout Is the 'That' Is thrown forcibly
Asked against film
:','[+' I Question. by Everyone, and importance u.attract undue attention ,, A, child
So Mr: Editor if you will please '
the North' and West it being the much of six year* was thrown from the third
or take r of the cowrt'time. ,
: mark me down a* one of your future, campany'* Intention'to establish ar :' Can Only: Be. ,Answered by t the Grand'Jury: rep 'j seat at the tear of the coach to.the far.*,

:'.rotors I will :be thankful for same..j in west of I.I I ._. ::_j' . '
: .. agency every Which is 'Now Investigating.the Case ; .- > : '* / ward! end..ande.caped,wlthoutjinjury,
,-; Hoping myself and family will be ableto I f the Missippi river'mnd: many of.those to j I. _. ) . . ., ... :.. . while the the font steeping") bible* be*.

call beautiful Kissimmee home in tbnear I the east of it. I The judge,'Win.; *H. Price, who tapsiding longing to one young mother were 'also

future I Mr. many at this term, having changedci "
am.Very Halley has made friends
There has probably been die I unhurt" -
never a a deeper wound was jeft In f '
truly yours, since coming here, who to { my coifs with Judge Perkins, I Ie provini "
l term of court held in this country ,heart than I ever thought could be made Mi* Boston wa fortunate enough to
ORANGE DURAND. himself to be most ably fitted for the
him }
depart for other fields, if only tem- '
which bar attractedmore general attention by any act on this earth, for I loved escape with only a few bruises, which
---.--- -- --- : porarily, for it is such men u he who I position. He is evidently possessed o f: ralving
than the in in her tli.le..t
one now session aa fondly as ever father 10v8hi.. ah* counted not oI'her, Thank.: -
TWENTY POPLE build'upand make prosperous I nities. While Mr. Halley will spenmo'st Shaker, Egbert Gillette, i. to be I she with dignity that is most becoming:. Mr. Royal the '
placedon was doing and not give her relief.I baggage,master, was/>
While he
of his is courteous and polite to all! .
timetr.veling, this ,k
city .
trial for the of would J
I crime practicing euthanasia have been an inhuman monster carried to thehomeof father-in-law(,
: Constituted will still be his home, and his wife and whether they be attorneys before the
a Happy Thanksgiving, upon Sadie Merchant, a mem- in the sight of the God of ua all if 1 had bir.or Mr. Ira Bass, on Upper Broadway

Dinner Party at The Lakeview. I, children wijl continue to reside in the ber of the Sbaker colony; that ia, Elder failed to answer the cry of that innocent defendant and to a suit he I I. firm, Where be Is being attended by Dr. Hicks,
peaceful and
< just are
house they have leased on Verona street. Gillette will be placed on trial, providedthe child, give me peace; Oh, let me any'who eounfortun.te local physician for, the A.,, C. L. It was '.a
The Lakeview to be forced
Hotel l has such as to before
gained : i grand jury, which, it is understood, die without pain, and in peace I' I.. go at first reported that Mr. Royal iris soseriously 'of
for the of its ANNUALRfCrPTION him will receive and bon-
notoriety a
excellence service square -
since Manager Norris assumed control ;; is now investigating the case, returnsa have tried to live right and now aa I : eat deal. Judge Price demonstrate hurt that little hope of his re* .'
true bill against the accused. Up to look at these was entertained. ,
: walls surrounding me and I covery This' we are
t of it that It is not at all unusual for the first day of this term of, court that
' i I the time ot going to press nothing has let my mind wander back over the more pleased to note was an errors; It Is stated y
8. parties to be made up to take their dinners , | Will be Given by the Ladies of the he was made of the righ' character ostuff'when f ,
come from the grand jury room to indicate than fifty years of my life, I cannot recall that while he war badly shaken up
Z: there, and on Thanksgiving a partyof : Village Improvement t r5odety, what action will be taken, and the to'mind a person who said I ever. he positively refused, to excuse and bruised and .will probably be laid
f twenty ladies and gentlemen decided. any juryman from serving excep
The ladies of the Village Improvement jurymen are throwing every secrecy did him a wrong. I live right as I see1 the up for some time", there appear to be
that would of
,: they eat turkey and cranberry upon ground: sickness, rlghtlclaiming Y
around their actions intentions but it and have immediate danger.
Society will or an abiding faith in the no ."
give: -a reception at
/ .sauce around the festal board of it was every good rillten'sdutyto.erveonafurytihensuit-
from the complexion of that jury, who good God
,that famous hostelry. Later in the day the Chapter House Tuead afternoon, us, know my -
f>; i December 12 are men of the highest intelligence,andcharacterwe every thought and sees every act. ,
3 o'clock 6 my
some of the party were seen by a Tepresentative i to moned. This eat was most commendable .THE: COWSTORY
I All the ladiea of know that the verdict With Him I am at If the
of this paper, and from the the town and all the peace. people in Judge Price, and 'we hope thai

ii manner in which they talked it was certain "- visitiifg ladies, are cordially invited to rendered will be In keeping with the of this community where I have M will bold hi. position aa,, long a* h< -

tht they were glad of the decision n be present. law and the duty owed to society. lived for years, believe me guilty of wants It. and when he throws off tb
'i to "not worry wife with the cooking of The following committees! have been The eyes of all America and if fact wrong, I am ready to abide their will,, mantle, It will fall uPon shoulders Other Than little Willie -
appointed, which will insure the civilized World, 'are'. turned on the and whatever punishment If they
s. a big dinner for they looked full to an enjoyable any ; equally aa worthy
., the brim of everything good to eat. time to all: locked door of that ,grand jury room, visit upon me, I will bless them all The following Uttle story was read by '

:The following constituted the part: Reception\ Committee-Mr*. T. W. for never before in history ha there every hour in the day, for whatever I Mrs Earl Lupfer at the Chapter Rouse ,.

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fleming Mr. and Ellis, chairman; Mr*, Boice. Mr*. G. F.I been a case which: ha attracted such they may do will be done in a spirit of. Will SPEAK HERL entertainment{ on Tuesday night and is

.. A. E. Walter, Mr.. and Mrs. D. E.Lowell. Puker'Mn. L. H. Ingraham, Mr*. F. universal attention. Men In every love and justice." And a* the reporter I good enough: to pas along.

,:' i Mr. 'and Mrs. D. N. Steen Mr. C. Bryan, Mr. J..M. Willson. Jr- Mrs walk of life have discussed it,and at a passed from his presence, he said, Miss CM( M. Stone the '*A* you all know it I* a rare sight to <4 1

: "i",". and Mrs. H.; N. Prouty, Mr: and Mrs.I T. M. Murphy,'Mr*. W. L. Winn Mrs conference of governor held at Spring Good.bye* my friend, and may God Missionary see a"cow oh th..stresq of Kissimmee, '

t ,John Wark Mr. H. B. Dugao. Mis* : W. a. Harris, Mn. H..11.. Pfann., Lake, New Jersey; a few months ago, bless you and lead you into the path of WIae\Was. Hdd. by ,Bandits., especially on Broadway. But one day ys

Lena Lord, Mis, Florence Smith, Mr*. | Decoration Comnutto-Mrs. H, C. by far the larger number declared they righteous glory." Mid:Ellen 1C' last week a stray tow possibly bebngi -
i''I, ,Emma Hackett Mrand".IIra. G.' H.,' Stanford, chairman; Mr. S. H. Bul- would pardon Gillette were he con To which, at that tine, we expressed imme. ands the will speak, in Ki i* big to St. ,Cloud or Tart wandered Into

11'N.WbouH\ and Messrs; J. W. Busoy lock Mr. H : M. Pfann. .victed. the following opinion, aid fW mind today auspice* of ttoeW.! C llladmme.cwt: was contemplating with "
features T. U. en Nsvening.,
V, t H.;N Prouty and J. S. Guernsey, Refreshment Committee*-Mrs. N. C. The e< thi.ease have agate ha', not undergone the sUgbtest Wednesday v' ". DecemberlSth. very serious, thoughts whether or not

; : Bryan, chairman;. Mrs. M. Katz, Mrs. a 4 ,apiQ bets published m''' all the .change c-. ' the beautiful palm trees on lower Broadway .

H. C.' Standford. leading paper*.( tie country* and it.I* "Where the man whose. soul I* not This to a r opp tunlty tlaallDq\8I' needed trimming' op. .

4C1IAPT i R USd ) ( Mas. CLAY JOHNSON, Pre*. useless to'now go" Moths details, but dead. 'who believe 'that a, ma. :who. p he win' sigab.r'Mfll' Stone<. .la_universally "J.., at this point fat the cow's dilemma i,
the main question to be d ddesl-i I. known aa the American MUsiooarywho ,'
"' .!; MRS. F. C. BBTAN. !Secy. { gives expression to sock honest; Christian aa automobile from Orlando n
whether Egbert,,'Gillette oammittod--a ; manly sentiments 'ceoM be guilty Rate captared ,by4T rkUh1' >a Jita '.whirl*! down..the street.. One of .the; 1.
'\;" Sodaf, last Tuesday Evenin/a Most crime. when! be assisted' Sadie Marehanttopasa ot an-intentional! to and.eIcI.pviaeeter for e.rly alx months*. was ) ,
.* Red Goose; Contest.; wrong see whom occupants a small boy wbo.>avicig ;
!t"&: fnjoyable Affair. nof, the body without-suffering loved aa a' father. and had petted'IcI ranaem of 86ooQ being paid for her,..bead+ora and raised in,-Orlando,:had of,teottrsa "'p';

Dr. Downing, and Messrs., J. ,W. -,pain.,' Ontaia.:point- many ot the eared for aa fondly u any mother .+e. reteaM by tMllydbdr'Stsb. gown never ieea... cow. wfccWfllU '. ; :
q' the { : >
.Tb.Br.t:: of ;
social .
pawl's .nt.ti6rments r? Prentis and W. B.. Harris foremost tUakenand: meat wlthJDDdlr..1arp17. byvats PIf:
,.Judge* In meat honorableand : did her darling T" ,_ ; was of course greatly excited f ,.'' [rt,
given at the Chapter HouseIV the "&.d Gooee'drawing' law-abidta I avhaeriptioM... 'She I* a fluent afad >-; ,
contest, met wen sire the land-fcave -A tory: ha been telegraphed.the sad Us big eyes looked likeJ saucer a d .'

f.c; o Ttteeday: nlgbtwu.minently'a. suc- atL. MWhidden it Co', shoe store on declared' the act:of& Gillette to be both] leading,dally paper from .t.hiadt7te; magnetic'*peakerr;add has lately attested. Inquired_ ,.'-Oh.' 'Cousin John, wsaft,'ht*+*' : i.
t-tfeeae.; Wednesday aftefta ora and' after looking humane and Christian while Nitlipuiieunlwiltlgdof the Women's ,
,a fewandthose the effect that a Shaker had been-elect that buranlmair : that is '
'Why only a_ --
;. ."While the.vening,:was threatening, over the drawing;:of J which there few, a* a rule,are men who havepent ed f9rena' of the Christian.Hsmpenme* Ijpion In KIhraa1r -: cow"!John ; '. ,
grand Jury to investigate replied.
', ; .:aad only ,a'. small crowd war eipected ; jut otto State .\OJ
; .
I. were, probably two'I hundred or more, large part Or, their Uy..1ft the charge against Gillette When. .Aamial convention ,.Before they had.made. the turn aV :
: tati1Dai good number attended and it was tome of,'th.... excellent ] either hunting criminal in Tampa; whereahe-,--t:: a prominent'
somefairly, pr'prosecuting in fact the foreman of that jury Is >If n,. the Water Carson grocery store'the; .
very'euing'3o'note, ti>e number<'of good *and aome which'....mbl d them'claim 'that h. figure ocutltt program o( --. Our local
aommftted/ieod *
E i' any / S. J.' ,Tf1P"tt,'uaoeiatef editor of thla sow mooed.long-.and load... \ :. .', I "
,, new cottar* ,to our town. Everybody ..... 'organlaatien" ha her
thing a* much as they did k blooded and premeditated murder.' secnred *ervU 3he
gooee. paper; and a-man who la" about a* far \I' "Willie! was astonished. :Lookybaek>!
,} became acquainted'and.,each.:Tuesday awarded the prise!" a* fellow : ; la an.:article on,,this aubject.' couple 1 removed from,Sbakerdom aa eerfor ihe above date and *he abouU demanded la a fe.erof; interestWhich .
e9ymaa: very
"i' night:will bring more. people) togeth.zr . Tir$.prterjoeeph';.EQp'! <;A. $&}*00 of month ago we printed the follow- is the iota:- ". ... : l ,, have' a...large.... > .) and.- enthualastic. .. .,..UIII'. '.' '> .horn did she,blow ",". \'
': .' \..;.The,eSrening's.entertainment wa mri- Second prim; 'Anna: Mary LewisPf; 00 lag Interview with Egbert Gillette i I '', 1b. following'letter from' .tater-hi ; ..; - "" 'I" 'f II. ', ', 1
f" :, liA.r the.. charge Mrsrj/l&WUlam; ,: Third prised;;Lewi*'Bir eli,..'.f r< ,1:60 ,"My friend"{ ',*ay tae:' iae to the mod !' law of Sadie'"Jfarchant, ahoWa the fal- ..S.{:'B:, ,AnTtmanapent: a 'da-i:in ." 'K'and"IIr&\M.'O\V"; : and chiHdreBuarrivad t': ,

-/r.1..14'.. .., '..JL'\Ca\! ', eui 'M..../.."', t Harry'..., Fourth" ,ri_DorIIII+ Durr: ,z.\..,?;'1 '."10. that in. the passing:sway of Sister..B al: ally !of>> );tbe"' newspaper"report*,'to the: Tampa Intereste this week there.looking' .after- --1 tUaJbaeiness : .T- here Satnrday, from Kiawa,.*. ; .1k

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'_I ''.Among case of accidental poisoning : : .Buyers A ttart

T.; C. ROBERTS, Correspondent."Th'Buslnesr those caused by carbolic acid axe the

.. .- moet frequent.These generally arise ".
'w .f \ .,. a:, ,= ._- ---
r Men'- meeting, wa through mistaking, a_ solution of, cart I T -. ------:'

r called to order. by Capt: Froat The bollc. acid f or'- some medicine': or.a Why buy.Iarid In-lhe! 'country;'ten'."twenty,' 'ncf even fifty ancTsixtf, ml'le8 away'from .town"; \vh not( can buy bet'ter-landfrom two to- -

; minutes of l last meeting were read ndapproved. occur very often. for. some alcoholic I five miles from town, for less than half.the money ?, -

.. Capt 'Ferrl* reported that liquor.The remedies' generally employed_ Indea why locate ypuffamily out.In, the wilds of a new couhtry, miles'away',from,everything! that makes life for the wife and children'worth .'

r the committee on county, roadl.will line., with this kind of poisoning living, when for less money you cou'd' locate on BETTER land,'within sight of beautiful high school-buildirigs] fine churches, good '
home markets and good neighbors ? ', '
make final report after having: Hen consist In washing the Itom.cb.will _
k ._th* Ointy Commissioner McN w, alkaline water or pure glycerin followed These questions are intended for you to think over., no matter what Pirt,, af, thr.state: you are thinking of locating in. '

of the committee on train connection., by the ingestion of alkaline snl Here area' few don't for you to consider and while they may shatter some of yoyr ideals if you will give. heed to them'early in the

r # reported progreas..; report was accepted. pbate. oO and whit. of egg beaten game,, they may save you lots of unnecessary trouble and expense : '

Motion for committee to cpafcinue, waa up.. Some ,M'.0, however. t>r. Don't believe everything you hear about Florida whether good or bad., ,

carried. Committee on city: ift>*ove- Maberly showed that tincture of Iodine Don't believe what ANYBODY tells you, unless they can SHOW you. t

instructed to provide ways administered In fairly large Don't come to Florida expecting to get rich the first year I '
menu waa
and means to have the several ordinances doses. may give much better recnlta. Don't come to Florida at all If you think you can get rich without'work.Don't .

regarding this matterenforced, and On one occasion when called in to come to Florida at all, if you have a family, unless you can land here with one thpusand dollars in cash. .

to the .evr attend a young-negro who tMnUng Don't buy land because ths other fellow says It is good. Make him show the kind to see Council In reference he was drinking whisky bad swallow land.Don't . you some one else] who is making good on same -
oral ordinances regarding cleaning ed a quantity of a strong solution of
c lots Committee of protection report carbolic acid and who consequently pay $T5 to $100 per acre for land !eight or ten miles from town when you can buy just as good land close] in for half] .the

of having talked thejnatler over was severely'burned about the Ups and money.Don't .
's with town council. Committee fears throat. Dr. Maberly hurriedly made forget that there are only four kinds of land" in this county. that are worth a moment's consideration-Hammock, High Pine '

that there will not be sufficient funds him swallow a teaspoonfol of tinctureof Flat Pine and Muck with plenty of sand in it. G'

left after street Improvements to procure Iodine In a cupful of.water. A few Don't buy any land anywhere in Florida, without first seeing it. -

certain amount of fire apparatusand minute afterward the patient was Don't blame] the other fellow altogether] if you get stung. It's partly your own fault. ?
a ,
r promises to do all In their power to able, to swallow com milk without_.._ anydlEkcutty Don't forget to read over carefully]] our list of bargains below : /.*
ltiag became and
" satisfy the wishes of the public.; Committee b;very:coon-pea completely recovered. ---- ---- --- : ___ -1' ,'>\,|"

4 reports that the trustees of The same Immediate and complete No. 1.-Two nice residence lots, two blocks from one mile from city limits a fine tract for both peach orchard. Located within two block of :; ';:'

al school have procured water filters, as effect! was obtained on administering postofflce. Price, 1000. fruit and general farming Price $25 per acre. school house and church, and only a few block . '
rice lots
Motion that 2.-Fou.r in Prospect Park only five No. 26.-Thirty acres of good pine land, about two from depot. Good seven-room house, good barn
requested by tincture of Iodine doses of five drop
t a blocks from court house. Price, $125 each. miles from town close to railroad and good and other outbuildings. With little .
1 the report be adopted and'committee. la water In the case of a threeyearold No. 3.-One of the choicest lots In town, 100x150 hard county road. Price $25 per acre. this can be made one of the very show place expense .-

- 4 s to continue,:'g carried. Communication boy who had Jot swallowed some feet, southeast front overlooking the lake, excellent No. 27.-Forty acres unimproved land about five of the state. A snap: at the price, 5000. .

4 ''y of A. C. L. railroad( company was carbolic acid.Similar'.uecese. neighborhood. Price, 1000. milea from Kissimmee, right on railroad, close No. 41.-The best turpentine proposition in this ,
met with In Mo. 4.Good corner lot, on hard road overlooking to station and school house beautiful lake. .,
,+ received regarding lights at depot, as was II on section of the state. Nearly fifty thousand
s canning factory third case of carbolic add poisoning lake. This Is a beauty and well located. Good Some of this land IB very fine fruit land and acres virgin rifle, that will cut better than three *
was also one regarding the victim being a child of two yearsof neighborhood. A rare bargain at $400. some of It. next to the lake is extra good thousand feet to the acre. Several million feet "'
saying that if a sufficient acreage age.! In this instance th Iodine No. 5.-A very pretty lot, close to school house on trucking land. Cheap at '15 per acre. of tine cypress also. Some of this tract baa
+ could be grown the hard road splendid neighborhood. About two No. 28.-870 acres! unimproved pine land, about whole sections- that will cut thousand '",
of vegetables over eight .
treatment could not be begun till thirty dozen nice fruit trees. Price $6150.
young three miles from limits. '
city A at'$20
Motion bargain feet pine lumber to the
R writer would open such a factory. boars after the ingestion of the poison No. 6. Several nice lots in North Kissimmee, nide, per acre. acre. Thirty-five "
thousand acres in one solid body. Located
that communication be received The alarming symptoms soon disappeared large, bearing orange trees on them. Good No. 29.-320 acres cut-over land, five miles from both water and rail transportation routes.on

' J ; and placed on file. New members were under the Influence of tincture neighborhood. Prices from $350 up. Arcadia, in good neighborhood, fine groves all Price, $10 per acre. .
.. Breunert. No. 7. -Other lots in any part of the city from $100 around Price $2,500. .
; James A. Payne and August of Iodine given every four bourn No. 42S-Other turpentine and timber propositions
a Adjourned to meet Monday Dec. 4th. in doses of five drops In a teaspoonful up. No. 30.-Twenty acres land close to city limits from five thousand acres up, and ranging in
; No. 8.-New four-room house two large lots, fence
splendid around it, in flowing water belt price from $7.50 per acre to '12.
of water. The little patient was cured up
fifteen large orange trees, good part of town, nearly all cleared and plowed. No better pieceof No. 43.- 1,200 acre fine lake shore
very land about
The tincture of iodine neutralizes the<
Mr. McMullen is here from the North overlooking the lake. Price 1,250. combination land in the country.. Price ten miles from city of 3,500 people part fine ..
carbolic acid No. 9.-Good five-room nine
or phenlc forming lots
by house large good
his 2000.
for few day, looking after property fruit land and part sandy muck. A splendid
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'r with It an lo/lophenate. Insoluble and flowing well, extra good land, in most rapidly No. 31.-Several beautiful five-acre tracts just small colonization proposition. Price, $15
?3- on Maryland avenue. therefore harmle8ll.-Europeall Edition growing part of the city. Price *1,600. outside the city limits, on fine hard marl road. acre. per
New York Herald. No. 10.New five-room house, two lots, nice neigh. These are fine. Price$60 per acre.
No. 44.-7,100 acres of land the best colonizationproposition
Mr.. C. L. Macomber of Worcester borhood. Price 1000. No. 32.-Twenty acres fine land, all cleared about ,
Wed- -. No. 11.-Good seven room house close in, best of six acres in large bearing orange trees closeto in the state barring none. About
; Mass., was a St. Cloud visitor on 2,500 acres finest of muck land and the
IRON IN WATER. neighborhood, large; lot. 102x147, southeast. railroad and school. Price, $2,000. sandy ,
u, nesday. J frontage. Price $2,500. No. Twelve-acre balance fine. hammock and virgin pine land.
orange grapefruit
+ It le One of the Mat Powerful Flavoring No 12.Good six-room cottage, beautiful lot, splendid grove, all under good fence right on railroad, Has about three miles nice lake front, and baa -i
small lakes *
Quite a number of the people of the Agents Known. location in thickly settled part of town. close to station school house and church abouton. two entirely within its borders. T
church their pastor, the An ideal little winter home. Price, 1500. and a half acres large bearing trees, the Right on railroad. This Is a piece of land that four
Christian gave
What tbe'mOlt
would consider of all the
{ you one No.< 13.-1\jlce. new, modern four-room house and rest into possesses good qualities of the best of
just coming This is
Rev Frank Kenney a surprise Tuesday with which fo bearing. a moneymaker Florida land. There is better fruit land
awsprful agent no
bath located on one of the principal streets of Price, fl.'fl!().
evening A very pleasant time flavor Vater Would It be iron Lot 123x220. in this, or any other state. Considering the
the town dOle In, About three No. 34.-Forty..,tx acre well improved farm,
,, vas spent by pastor and people. A half part per million of Iron In dozrn nice fruit tree A very desirable propo- close to railroad, only three miles from city quality asked than and most location of ,the it ii land cheaper now being at the colon-price

/ water detectable by taste and more sition. Price $2,650.No. limits, large two-story house in fine repair fine ized in this state, would be .. '
as a gift. Price
''t The moving picture show which hasbeen than> four or five part make a water, Twenty-acre farm, just outside city limit, orange and grapefruit grove of about seven ,$15 per acre.
of unpalatable. In mineral good new three-room all under good' acres, about twelve more acres cleared and in .
closed Mils week on account some springs fence about six ,No. 46.-Only exclusive shoe store, in -one of the
(4 Iron la tbtf which acres cleared and in cultiva- cultivation. This is a splendid plec..f property beet cities in Florida. All
win constituent Impart new, clean and ,
moyjng 3ta Uwatra up-
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rrom tion. This ii a good of land. Price and
piece a bargain at the price of $6,500.
to-date stock. nice
Doing business. Reason
a maxMdnal: value 19 1bl botCII'JU a
}' pptn'frldaf' yenlng 'tn the tJtlJ am *e. ril..l.J( U matey. $1,500. No. S6.-Forty-.cre improved farm, inside city limits for selling, owner wishes to retire. Price on..
i, w rPtt', h aU, Mr. Wwdbeck will have More ThBUoii]nndesjrajfrl* No. ]Seventy-two acre farm, about four miles five-room cottage in good repair about application. .

g &!l fitw \ & iT m from Kissimmee close to railroad station twenty acrea in fine orange and grapefruit No. 46.Leading restaurant and lunch counter. In -.
fqIlpmtftt.'p .ter nsed for laundering make a school house ana fbnrch. About six acres in all in Price 10500.
. grove, heavy bearing. city of 3,500people, in one of the best cities in fl'
a' -!'" .... .5 2i S._ .tronjpjit huelI2I.m .- nice, large bearing groVf/ fairly| good-onestoryhouse .No. 86-254 acre in highly improved farm, good the state. This is a sure big money maker if'.t
There waa a. maaquerade ball on WWI' from which ice li made about twenty acre Cleared; Rest good house and outbuildings close to good city of Properly handled, and already has a well estab- '

nlJb.t UtU's amuae- 05 a cloudy discolored: product will re timber land. Price $4.500. 3,000 people. About forty acres in high state Owner bas other business that .
& Thanksgiving of people suit An Iron of No. 16.- Four-acre tract, cIOl tb town, good three- of cultivation 300 bearing orange and 100 peach demands his attention. Price on application. l"t
number content over two
meat hallp A large or room box house two. porches good well. etc. tree This farm baa been one of the beat pro No. 47.-Stock of drygoods, notions and gents'furnishings
attended. three parts per million-in water fni Price $900. dneir.z; farm in this section of the state Price. In town of nearly C.OOO people

,..... In the manufacture atrg .No. 17.-Good ve-aen chicken ranch just outside J Splendid location, and good, clean stock. .1
"I"t. city limit, good hew four-room bouse. Nice No.$'f-674 acre of the best land in/the state Owner's health Is not good and he will sacrifice -
t : Ybm&L'e. 1i.fith/! .Iiri@ k6tof"Gfrorga f U(1Iifl1 SA! . .. in wttef. 'bled for location. Price H.250. barring none. About half of this tract la fine for less than cost. Stock will invoice- l
Clark' 'wanli H'\iJ\ ilia. SfXI 'I IS: ; No. 18.-Thirty-si* aces farm, close In,, good five- sandy muck that Ie, the very best of trucking about.$4,000. Write fortenn '
oiefc'1I4 ltt iUiC"for it Is in'equilibrium with : room house good outbuUalnr' about twelve land while the rest Is fine hammock and.high No. 48.Here i I. a fine proposition Eighty acre* (""
ry .imiD"', will b* acids v which Inside the.bolter.becomeaaodateO. I acre cleared, ,.lots fruit, including, pine land i which is the best for fruit growing. land,,'mostly all cleared about half a mile from i
).. those' .nb .wlh good Beats .''' with the remit that the peaches,< pears. persimmons, figs and orangea.PrIce This tract Is bordered on one side by the rail 'depot and. small station on main interstate :

.karly;' f&a add corrode the boiler plates but ,.12,500. road and main county road and on the other by road Two small grove, one of about five .I
the amount of Iron carried In solution No. 19..-Four-and-three-fourths acres excellent I main road also. 'It has nearly) mil. of beautiful acres'orange and one of about fifty Ana large t
'' mot water 1* BO small that the trucking land right in town all :under good lake fronts Land immediately across the I 'grapefruit trees. Old house, good barn and
Typographical Error by boiler fence and In cultivation. Price; 1000. road on either side of it ia being' colonized'at good well and all' under good fence. Schoolhouse tt, '
damage it doe to steam generally Pinedale from to $100 acre. Our price for this ;and;;;; .. :'v
editor littleWaters No. 20.-Ten acres in !. Addition, just outside $60 per church right at corner of farm. Thi
"c lick the .
| ye com to to amounts to tract of land $40 acre. is in the of
city limits end close to the new canning elegant per place Very superior quality its land.
By gosh! I want his blood 1 having high iron content factory. Price $75 per acre. No. 88. 5,000 acres fine timber land splendidly located Price 4500.

,I want\ to club have la some place caused an Immense fo. 21.-Ten acres in Park Garden plowed and about one mile of fine lake front, only No. 49.-Fine ten-room house new, modem In '
His bead and rub amount of trouble and expense fenced, good flowing well. Price $1,050. three miles from railroad and from good town every respect, located in very best residence
His whiskers In the mud! when used a* city supplies for they No. 22.-Ten acres pine land, Inside! city limits, a of 3,000 people. This is a fine piece of land for section of one of the nest cities in FloridaHas
fvol'th. growth of crenothrtx to such beautiful piece of land. Price $65 per acre. general farming and fruit growing Price, beautiful lake view. Large lot 150x150 feet.

'1 want to knock hia false teeth down a degree that the water pipe become! No. 23.-Forty acres splendid high pine land, about 16.60 per acre. Good two-story garage and stable combined.
!. Hia throat, and mash his noee.An' clogged with the iron sheath of the one mile from city limits, a nice grove proposi No. 39.-8,000 acres fine timber land about eight Price $7,500 or will trade for Kansas or Mts-
his neek.An' The removal of Iron from tion. Price, $25 per acre. miles from railroad, bordering on several nice soon real estate.
6 break lakes. Price, $7.50 acre. No. 50. .the line of Florida real
and sometimes No. 24.-Five acres of extra good "sandy muck" little per -Any thing estate
smash his specTacles 'water 1* sometime easy land-inside city -limits all under good fence. No. 40.Sixty-acre improved farm in Putnam from 50-foot town lot to a 50,000-acre turpentine -

( and tear his clo'esl (33 very dl1lkult-Geololical Survey Large one-room house, and an extra fine four- County, Florida right on railroad and bordering timber or colonization tract. Write us
t Bulletin. Nice of for what you want or better still come to see :
inch flowing well. A bargain at $1,250. on a beautiful lake. orange grove It
I've come to lick the'editor! about six and about five acres bearing us, and we will find it for you. I
No. 25.-Seventy acres: fine high pine land, about acres
y fl I want hls.printer's life It I Twining of Plants. ,

I'm mad clean through One of the peculiarities to be noticed "
In connection the twining of terms. If interested in any particular one write us for full description!
An''dad I II too; with Most? all of the above propositions can be bought on easy
plants 1* the .fact that with very few
So likewise Is my wife. exceptions all the Individuals of one ;

} W. had a big reunion ::WW specie always twine In the same dl DOWNING REALTY CO. ; j

To our house yesterday. rectlon. Most plants twine In the opposite -
An' all the'Browns! course to the movement of the t7

From forty towns sun or the hands of a watch. Such Office on Main Floor;North Side BrQadway. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA -

e' Waa th5r.'fr'm miles away. twiner are the morning glory wis I
taria was plant trumpet creeper and . :

: "., A "Gathe'rin' of the Clans" it was, many other Among those which .. ... _. n. _ ___
?1s An' so we writ it down, twine in the opposite direction the bop

kr An' sent it to and wild bindweed. or climbing poly- Touching.Mr. ANNOUNCEMENTS' LIBERTY PARK:: -. OJ,

: ' The NewsReviewThe gonum. are familiar .s.mpl.-O. Newlywed (reading letter from I Everybody Know 7 11 I

weekly of our town.I've per's Weekly. his wife at .eaide')-My own darling For Clerk'] Circuit Court. Only one-quarter of .a mile* i,

a thousand klasee could yon send me At the urgent colMtaUon, of my friend VAN CAMP'S from the city limit of Kissimmeej f'
si rs' come to lick the editor Heree Marking. 900 at once? Thank yon *o mncb 1 throuihputl: .oounlj, I Mrspr annovoo mysell
dld for Clerk of lie Circuit Court and on an improved hard road.
+ Newspaper men is hams! Among hone irrespective of the a o N .;
wont ask for any more until 1 writ In and for Omeola county tf. the oomlnr vrf GOODS
He fixed that headLine question of breed white 1* much more will and make that last marf. 1 r 1 wish to thank tb. p opU lor thrtr CANNED and along the line of'the aurrey ''J<.
.1 try ... .
in the and noUclt their -
I hind on kind rapport part
on.the leg or
e. '( so it read- commonly seen until I need some more If you could port la Ib_ ..and If Kotod. 1 ploto tmhi can't be. ,beat. Try the for the new electric railroad;"f -;;
one of them, than on the for.leg- Uithful Hrytce persona l attantlou lo
'The of the
Gathering Clams! And when the latter are' white tt'fa' end me $73 Instead of $OO It would duties. 0' the 0fflM- SJ>elf1IlIy.! Tt3I1Cf.' : Pork and Beans for Sun. The beat of fruit and truck Ian "i::.
-Toledo L. OYKI
Blade. J.
practically always tc** U a';;yp- will eve me writing before next week. I .I day/ or the Soup, Kraut, infive- and ten-acre tracts at:.. v';
find whit on the hind leg*too. According .... to pay 2 cent for every stamp .1 Spaghetti etc. -
IT $60.00 per acre that w31 be I C
;, King Corn. to the Bora World.' wnen I nee. The extortion of these hotel .:;

Rwl.f' Oera. ... gift of the now world to marking: are present both behind and I keeper 1* something frightful. doocI.I 1 For Tax s"aao'r.candidate for the Dibbie&SonBroatrway : worth double'this value wkbJn a.'- ". J

f .S tIN. N tH.IdIIIr of grain Caeaa'U In front these on the blnd.,bibs anusually >>T. lovey.-Brooklyn. Otfaen.. offloo I b.r.bT ef Tax annonne AMCMOT m df.1f Omote a _at,.. ..ubI . few rjoonth / "iKUspnmee
t' ; .-r.-, ..... found for tt.after the extensive. . ,I 1 I leas to ibo will of th. Dcmomtlo titer* M the. .
!>..V ..... .vwytMnc.,..emlngly. baa more_ nosing .primary--aal, ..tt8DtIoIa a y tin tut every . "
.ttraetod from -- . C. BUOKKLS. and is certain: to become one of .
i. 4, ... : 1t Ur t. left Geln..T.. Fat '7 , meted with the once t'
1 i a .wahrDl. Maldaun known a* corn II.... BolIha-I seed tD epaprthatawettan - -- the pnncipal, inland citie of

J _;.... ;_ke 'which! I*. oM here nWw ta 'looking',aft<< aootbar'wo.atao COJFCTIOIERTIN \ Floridae: ; country .urroundinglUaaunmee :'./

w ,- abroad sad to ned la the fattealag ora to- .*.'what abe bad ori teQ'oatof For Superintendent-! Public .. u rapidly. improving ,;: .j

'r ; .- *ip and other animal, Naarly ".- a window air. Boffin-Wen. .that Instruction. and those 'who get in on' tho'. }1'

W0/001'rosiidsbf. this material are antMsanyvktypa eely goa' to show that some woman Boxfcs AND iN BULK; I thetabf anoneeea selfieahdMatefoitheom. P 9 T S ground O )will reap the splendid -:' -1 J
4 to Great
}. Britain aa4Osrnnnr m trying tb foHow the fashion can go FRfSH AND GOOD| .....or peftDI.d.I" PubUo Inatruaiiesor reward. There DO unco.. \
d and tWr ue d by' farmers O.e.olooeay.ubi.ele the will of tilePeaMon. ,
W ; *** *"* bP1'4hM naurlala'ot far-IEns rated.Bits. TobacCo ..ivoMn..-.the*.sitept1,_. ...8JTI.Dd1f.1cfte4 tainty about the. increase In ..they: .
: Soda. .wltt.deTOW u. Ae i !
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W' /W4i1q.which they can grow Kema i< .N.t . . .dens d the. .ones. T B. Df. QUICK.Forw : : 4 gforaNothing value of. Liberty ; if yotk;;;:
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(r, COMMISSION MENU "When 1 A was Stock u barefoot Story lad." said JASON BYRD,. 'I' : :.:: : :.::'-",::: ",, : .; I ,. .
msUnStai) ;"I bad to spend a good deal 1 .
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i' ; 1t g Every:!Means'to. Beat Down .if,time. minding' the stock on'lather's Says Louis Byrd is the'"Son of .' ., t '. .. .' ', :;, it 'of''to
farm.' 'Ill never forget the day when
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Prices of 'Gtrtis fruit rather told me to" take a rope and hold Himself and Wife.l '

I' .v The commission men,,failing to breakS a couple of bull ealv..."- Punta cords, Fla. Nov. 241911. "
'r.. ;F : up-the Florida Citrus Exchange with "What did they,doT Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette. ; vi* '. *.. : ('
scorched hands with the Whalepresent : ;
They : my stocklasts .
the >(in)famous Orlando meeting, are. rope and then turned around and atep> Dear Sir-Aa I have read a notice in .
1 now offering fruit in oompetltion with I peel on me.? one of your papers dated Nov. 21, telling -
i}"5 the Florida Citrus Exchange at lower "Unruly disposition" a very mysterious story concerningthe '
- ;. prices than the Exchange values its "No; wonderful Instinct They recognized diaapoearante of a threeyearoldson
',J fruit. The Exchange has maintained. me at a glance aa a small of Mr. and Mrs Needham Rowland we are selling : a aa
.,: price of $2 to $2.26 f. o. b. shipping itockbolder.Washington Star. sixteen years ago whose name is ;

'.,,,o point for Parson Browns and the out- '' .. send to be Willie Rowland, who lives at .
1 cider has been receiving $2 to $2.001n The Lunoheon of a Poet. Gotha, Fla., and that they now claim .d
,-, the Eastern market-the average paid : Eugene Field sad of countenance t.. A. Byrd's son, Lewis Elijah Byrd r'
f 14 the outsider_has been 40 cents lessjthan ; and.ready of tongue once strayed: Intoa to be their: long lost son, I. L. J. Byrd, +
,yF L':, .the Exchange returns. Those shipping New York restaurant aaye the Richmond father of Lewis Elijah Brd, can and will v
;': r Parson Browns independently of the, Tlmee-Dlipatch. and seated him PARIAN PAINTZ
prove at any time and place by good responsible F
t., Exchange have thrown 40 a box to the self for luncheon.' A voluble waiter people of this state that I, ;
dogs, for the Exchange has disposed of came and said. "Coffee tea. chocolate Jason Byrd and Emily .Byrd are the t r
milk ham an' eggs beefsteak mutton
.,: all of Its oranges of that specieajat $2 only paronts of Lewis Elijah Bryd, who
chop nah balls. basD'n beans" and ... 0
to $2.25, and if the outsiders had not -
Is a man 22 of and " "" '
feme more to the same purpose. grown years age *"
. 'offered the fruit at give-away prices Field looked at him long and sadly who ip now married and I lives in Fort ( gcillon r v: i
the Exchange could have forcedjthe and at last replied: Myera, Fla., and is now in the employ;; every guaranteed) I
price up to $2.30 or even $2.60 a box f. "Oh, friend. I want none of these of T. A. Bass, Jr. I positively deny 9

i- "' o. b.. packing house. things. All I ask 1s an orange and a that I have ever seen any child of Mr.
I 1 f,: One shipper in South Florida, outside few kind words." and Mrs. Needham Rowland. Those I ID
.. 'oft Exchange, ha profited by hold- people are evidently of unsound mind. at the low
jog'out'for L ichange prices. Sucb an Old Dutch Cueto", .. If they have any'cause to believe that price of" :
'r ''outsider U'to be complimented. In the Batting"districts and oa the
I would hove or ever had anything to do
y \' -'Thd Florida Citrus Exchange is not a farms of Holland the old time Dutch I With any ceild of theirs let the come asa ,
:. customs still to be found. The '
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; gentleman and lady to some court and $1.50 {
'0/e 'lie Tampa are but a clearing house fot quaint costume of the women with the i prove it legally and lawfully. I am per gallon :
\\t\ the knembers located all over the citrus ancient headdress and the full skirts
{ ready at any and all times to go into \ .
> ' remain the pride of the Holland .
J) ; ; I court with them, for I certainly do know ,
every-::, -bulsvrouv (housewife). and the men.wUtrthftJriwid my.own cbIld, and 1 have got u may ( the Window .. "
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:. orange Into popular favor, selling the '' ; oooaera I" any one man needs of my own-don't
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:{ fruit at prices which will bring the in ,nor never have wanted anybody else's "
'jlf b dpstry up to a sat. and profitable basis, with her two mOlt cans., poUahed Ukesilver child. .

'll r 'and!the pity of It hi that there are men and swung from a specially Hoping that you will give my statement \
built shoulder yoke la a feature' of :0-
Jr '1' and firms who will, 10 their frantic attcnfpU in valuable I
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.w,. ,Is too strong. It has baffled lUriCtetaiea ., ''' bdflnhT'deeypene'oLtke'pearl wrongf'uk.4tb husband. I then. is no duty we ao much seder ,

.; S. at ev.rytag of'the game. .f' 09 .Jacket .1 think :.M. es this duty 01 6aog( 6appy4' : S _, ', ..., ... f y'p y
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:;..,.s ';fan; In search or a'::-real matawtlttrsisea ,nobody so much aM benefactor. J r .. .' . v" '
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ti v 1IIe.. I Kissifflfflcg 'Valley, Gazette THE VARY GffiTTI "' .-. -

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W. M., HARRIS. Editor and proper Is Sent Complimentary

9. J.'TRlJ LETT. )\.ocl.t. Editor.' "" Has Excited interest! in Kissimmee oj

PUBLISHED BVKKT FBIDAY. .:Partie this who English Army Officers !n
: :receng paper are not
Office in Valley Gazette" Building.KiaamtiEE. 1. Away Off India.-

: .OBCBOLA COUNTY.FLA. regular .. La :ribera, must;, D think that it.NIke .

.. .- '8UBSCRI "' ION ILATEB' .. -.intention ;'of. the. publishen to'''later';demand The following 'letter. --:from Cap....'F. :-

... .. .. .................1100 - month TMTx .. .... .. ....... ..... .... .. of them-the subscription price, as its Fraser HuntejratCalcutta, India, show t a
.... . 'mailed to them Board ... to whit extent; the Valley .Gazette )II i BAKING ..
ht 4 All _. .don.. complimentary by'our : PoWD _..-I-tIt- b.sued >10 creating: an interest in Kiisimme in th< ....... ,-""
salad l.. matt.r will net be rrtunwd vnlwt of County Commissioner for the purpose of remotest corners i of the aIobe.Captal- < :;1
f. .
rt.t.rd the FortofBM. cirMmm.., 1"Ia..upeondew acquaintinKthem with the many advantage Hunter will be pleasantly remember*J \ r'1
mall.._. by our people as a member of the Han.ter Absolutely Pure*' ".
= =-.:;-.-===-====-.- ---" and'ppportunstie this town and county offer Land Company and only l left hen ,

Friday, December 1, 1911 the bomeeeker. The paper will be mailed a layt January to take up his duties at t
few week to IIDT j>eron whose name i* given Calcutta as assistant surveyor genera I
of India a rank to which he'was

; ,i Sixteen Pages. ua,.and if they should desire to receive it regularly while spending his furlough of promoted l- I 1( To have pure and wholesome M' .

r This issue of The Valley Gazette contains thereafter -we would be glad to put year In this city. The letter follows:] food be sure that baking .
sixteen pages! just twice as many ; Surveyor General'* Once) your

1 .s contained; two yeah ago at this tbemcmour subscription! list at the'regular Calcutta, Oct. 25, 1911.l powder is made from cream I;

e ..on. The Increaee lathe number of ratea.NAMES To the Secretary :Kissimmee. Board oi

page. !I. made necessary iby the large .Trine. I of tartar and not from alum. q

number of advertisement found in its Deear Sir-i-Would it be'possible to I

l oolumni, and to comply with our Inflexible have copies of the Kissimmee Valley > ,

rule to never p.rtnitthenubscribereto Gazette sent with your compliments
ff1 by a curtailment of reading OF PERSONSWho CALIFORNIA PAPERSStill the officers mentioned below? Since The Label will guide you ., \

matter to accommodate.... business pat returning to India I have occasionallysent I 1- .i'!

: ronage. my own copy of the Gazette to various .
\ .,The! growth of The Valley-Gazette ii Can' Accommodate Visitors Persist in Uttering Libels on other officers to read. As a result Royal is the only baking flj t"' ;;

1, only in keeping with the growth of With Rooms or Meals. Florida Climate. considerable interest in Kissimmee and made from "
powder Royal
Klsaimmee, and we cannot be charged its possibilities' has been aroused. A

with-conceit when we say boat The Valley The following It a list of persons with There is no stopping the libels) on Florida large number of military and other of- Grape Cream of.Tartar ..
their residence who have rooms to \
r, Gazette ha given full value to every in the California newspapers. Almost ficers of the Indian government are re- Iii

r I, man who invested a dollar in a year's rent as well-as those who ean also fur- every day Secretary Powell of the tiring on substantial pensions and often :

advertising For nish meals: Tampa Board of Trade receives clippings with considerable ,
subscription or space private means, settlein No Alum No Limo Phosphates
the wonderful increase in our city and G. E. Fisher corner Mabbette street from some of these papers. mailed Italy, Australia and other countries

county. population and the exoeexiingly and Bermuda avenue 2 unfurnishedrooms by'readers of the papers who are friendsof than England as they find that after

prosperous condition of all our people, ;. M. Conner Mabbette street 2 Florida. Some of these stories-pure many years' service in India a more j

I" The Valley Gazette Is largely responsible l- furnished rooms; Mrs. J. E. Baas, Mab- lies-while others are in the shape of equable climate than that of Great Brit- ,, ...

a fact of which we are more than bette street, 1 furnished room; E. H. j Cartoons depicting California fruit tri- ain is more to their taste. Many of

ry proud, and we are grateful to our busl- Tennen Mabbette street, 2 furnished umphantly entering the markets of the these men are in the prime of life and I' Sugar as a N.rve Restorer. Ralph Bingham. '{;

t ness men for showing their appreciation rooms for light housekeeping; John world while the little, shriveled fruit would make most desirable citizens. One of the greatest values o( sugar< I
h ,1 t of this fact by using our advertising Wark, Mabbette street and Bermuda from Florida looks on in amazement.One British Columbia claims manv.Fyet I am I apart from Its high steaming power. lethe Ralph Bingham, the well-known J

column so liberally. avenue 2 room for light housekeeping; of the clippings received yesterday sure if the possibilities\ and pleasures I rapidity with which It can be absorbed humorist, will appear at the High ;;'

''s? It has been our aim in the! past and R. F. Crafton, Mabbette Street 1 furnished : was from a Los Angeles paper an} of life in Florida were generally known and burned In the bodily engine. School auditorium next Monday evening %

4 will be in the future to work for the room; Mrs. Buzza Mabbette I was the worst of the lot. Taking the quite a number would prefer the South. ,I The careful and exhaustive researchesof at 8:30: under the auspices of the local > ",

; beat interest of our city and county, street, 1 furnished room; Mrs. Souders, coldest figures: announced for the north- Both the officers here mentioned have Lee Mosso Barley and Scbumb-irg lyceum course. This is the second '
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and the growth of The Valley Gazette Mabbette street, 2 furnished rooms; ernmost portion of Florida completely decided l to pay Kissi'mmqe- a visit on bowed would that there was no food which I number of the course, and as Mr. "

) will continue to be in keeping with' the : Mrs. S. J. Taylor, Mabbette .street removed from the citrus fruit belt of their next furlough with a view to purchasing muscle restore working of both men power and to ant fatigued Bingham: a favorite in Kissimmee, he

business-it receive Two years ago furnished rooms; Mrs. Prouty, Verona the state this paper in editorial, land and making home. A mal as quickly and effectively as pure will doubtless have a large audience. ,

few of our people thought that today it I' street, 1 furnished room; A. W. Winn, attempted to show the immense damage few complimentary copies of the Ga- sugar. Indeed it was suggested by I' In speaking of this famous humorist -+- ','

q would require sixteen pages to accommodate Orlando street, 2 furnished rooms: E. such a temperature was bound to have tet'te and such other published matteras Professor Lee that tired business men and impersonator, the late Dr. Talmage .'

our business patronage without Pinney Summer street, 2 unfurnishedrooms done to the oranges and grapefruit on you may get out, would perhapsserve carried beyond their regular lunch I I I f once said : 'r

curtailing Our readiug matter and It is ; C Buckekv-Mabbette street 1 I Florida trees. The sidehead on this editorial i the good purpose of keeping up hour wotjld find a few lumps of pure "Bless Bingham: and all the apostolic-
furnished room .-* R. T. Butler Verona "Blizzards sugar one of the beet of temporary restorative -
more than probable that one year henceit ; was their interest until a visit to your city I college of humorists. The man who-
street 1 furnished T, W. Ellis Florida." and "pick-me-up, far superior "
room Sweeping
'will be necessary to print twenty- ; cjty decide them as I am sure it will, makes me laugh is my benefactor.'. *
:r < four page for the same reason. Verona street, 1 furnished room; E. S. By hard work. Secretary Powell finally to settle there. In to Woman'alcohoL-Dr. Wood HutchInson ,j They stir into the acid beverage of life lithe

The Valley Gazette fully appreciate. Beeland: Verona street, 1 furnished and got the Express of Los Angelesto Permit me to congratulate the Kis Magadne. saccharine, and make the cup or ,

the extreme liberality of our businessmen 1 unfurnished room; Mrs. Perdew Verona publish Tampa temperature daily simmee Board of Trade :
I p on it* great ac The Bronx 'In New York. earthly existence, which is sometime
<< ... In the use of Ita advertising columns street, 2 unfurnished room.; Ross but the Express Is one of the least important tivity. I follow with great interest Itaroceedinp Even in New York comparativelyfew Stale, effervesce and bubble. They II

l << and will\) ever exert its best effort Graves Emmet street and Clyde avenue of Los Angeles newspapers andIt a* reported in the papers. resident know tbe prltln of tbename placate animo ltiel. They foster Ion- "

I. to merit it* continuance. 8 furnished rooms for light housekeeping is in the Times and the Herald that Should my own subscription a* a member Bronx. It came from an early gevity." ,";!kdIytr.

; i1 ; Mrs. C. V. Bearden Emmet the greatest Injustice is done to Floridaand be In arrears, I have written to the settler Jonas Bronck. wbo, with two "
I "One of to* prettiest sight in KI..I .- Bingham's program will_consist !,* :
street, board and rooms; 5. R. Graves, her products. Hunter Land Co. to companions,!, sailed from Holland In
immee," says the Valley Gazette, "is renew it. the armed Fire of of music, song and story. __
furnished ship
Kmmet! street, 1 room; J. J. The green fruit agitation} gave the The of the officer private Troy
name Colonel
i'e j to be se.B In Mr: UcKenxie'. yard onBermuda Wood'all. 2 unfurnished roomi; Mrs. W. papers something to misconstrue but P. 'T. Gordon are: and arrived- New. Amsterdam in Seats on reserve at Roberson's tomorrow .-.,., ,',
I avenue, where there are aevarej furnished ; IndianvArmy care July 1030. Bronck at once obtained and Monday."f:
E. Smith Brack street, 3 the fact that prices of .Florida fruit rlIIr.; Those Cook & Son
large bushes of the Jamaica sor- Ludgate&ca..Londoll from tbe Dutch West India companya
rooms; Mrs. Barnes, Emmet street and have been advanclna.teadiiy, as reported -
England; Major W. M. Grant ef BOO.acre'of land ta what
)? > l bloom and full 9t fruit The
? .sdgfull 2 furnished
GatetU Dillingham- avenue room.; in Sunday's Tribune by the Cit- Coldstream, Royal Engineers 13 Wnod 1* now .We.tcDe ter county "lying between Use of Coco.nut.Purcba.e .
tety of theJJ'ee, pale yellow I Dr. E.- Derbyshire Clyde avenue, 2 10a Exchange, should help to put a stop gt-, Calcutta) India. the Great Kill" (the Harlem the raw nut rather than i

blossoms and the .red burror seed pod furnished rooms; F.' 5. Gilbert Rose to these attack*.-Tampa Tribune. : Yours very truly river "and the AhquahuAg" (the the desiccated coooanut. It is easily f

that'll edible and make. delicious jelly avenue, 1 furnished room: JLM. Lee, F. FRAsER HUNTER. Bronx river). An old. Tracing of put through the food cotter and. If' ,; yl

titled CF wine. The Jamaica'' sorrel I II Clyde avenue-2 furnished rooms; J, J. FOWLER PARK .. Broncksland"J' still preserved! In the the finest knife Is need It give a more ,1.:

known in thii country a* RoseJIe and Dann Clyde avenue and Hughey street, ,:;:t 'j Arbor Day.' office of the secretary of state at. Albany easily digested article for cake or \",

.. will aome day be cultivated extensively\ for housekeeping r.....>.: .. ...----- and the location of Jonas candle than the dried product. It",
3 furnished rooms .' State Superintendent W. 'M. Holloway Bronck'. house "shown thereon. more 1* ground than can be used, mix
South Florida. It grows luxuriouslyabout" Johnson Local Told .
in Mrs. Vernon and Happenings Interestingly
; Clay has named January 6th a* Arbor sugar with It'and dry; It will ,keep:,
:Maacotte, and vi.lton'froD\. Johnson streets, 2 furnished rooms; T. by Our Correspondent Day for the. State of Florida and as Queer Old L..... Indefinitely...-Oood' Housekeeping .

t:) city, who have recently j gone to that Van Duier Beaumont avenue and Pat- such it will be observed by the public France In 1314 passed law regulating ,

''I place and returned with samples of the"fruit" rick street, 1 furnished room; Mrs. F. The big crowd that was expected the size of the cloak and robe the I
are enthusiastic over It The came, and best of all, many came to schools. Relative Prominence."Tnat .
W. Stalker a furnished room; Dr. W. the breadth of the trimming and the number
t Jelly'ha* been made in this city, from L. Winn. -suites. of rooms for light: Supt. Holloway suggests follow- of suits possessed by each person; distinguished guest mad*
k' the Ned pods brought here and it clear housekeeping; Dr. M. J. Hicks, Church I Sharp, Savoy, W. T. and C. ing program America.for that occasion : also the diet. Including the boor of quite during an impression his brief visit.In your "Yes community ," replied

J deep'red! ; and very much resembles grape street, 8 furnished rooms for light I O. Tawney who have lake fronts, are Song meal and the number of dishes. Farmer Corntossel; "there were
'''or,cranberry jelly. The bushes grow going to put out orange 'and grapefruit: Scripture reading.InvocationWe ,
tfr ;, housekeeping; Mrs. E. E. Kulp, Church Thank Thee. ----- moments when be seemed nigh as lIDo'portant ,
,r ,' eally// according to report, and require Street 2 furnished room.; J. W. Lilly I groves and improve their property in letter of state superintendent. Large desk blotters tor sale at this aa tbe chairman of the reception

? no>> care or special attention. It is said Church street, 1 furnished room; Geo. other ways. Reading office for 10 cents. committee."?

ala 'that the plant which closely re- Gilbert Church street, 2 furnished Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins have come to for roll call.

aemble Sea Island cotton, has a fiber rooms for light housekeeping; Rev. W. make their home among us. Quotations Selected.
r almost like hemp and this can easily be Mrs. Benton has joined her husband, Song- ; '
Main and Church streets, 1 the .
H. Funk Short selections for recitations.Essays I "A hair on head it worth two in the bruth""REXALL"
w made;soft and possibly manufactured Mrs. J. R. Gilbert who has been here for weeks.
furnished ,
; ) -' How to Plant a Tree The
soaking in water..-Times-Union. Mr. and Mrs. Wells will the Sunny ;
by Church 1 furnishedroom try I
Main and street
Relation of the Forest to the Regularity HAIR TONIC
South if this cool spell does not con-
,' ''The 'pretty and progressive city of ; C. W. Griffin Main and Church of Varietiesof
; of the flow Streams; f ;,
in this Land of
vince them that
A 'H KlImme i Is preparing to l issue twenty- streets 1 furnished room;. Mrs. M. F. even Birds in Our State.RecitationBlessing. promote hair growth, cleanse I the ,.-

flve': housand dollars' worth of bonds to Sears Main street 1 suite of rooms; Flowers there is winter. : for the Tree scalp, and prevents falling hair '. a i

'fi \ raise fund. to pave Certain of the prin- C. L. Bandy Main street *2 furnished We have seen no snow yet. Planter. -

cipal:treets with vitrified brick. Theydo rooms; Mrs. J: E/ Williams Main here lay Farrand out a town and site Roberts and securea are Recitation-Arbor Day Workers. O 83 O :EOZaA : ;, IHARIi2.ACY: : : ::,
room Mrs. F. -E.
thing down at Kissimmee-Live street, 1 ; Recitation-In the Egret's Nest. '
} 'Oak Democrat. McCall Broadway 2 furnished rooms; postoffice for the Park people. We Song-Arbor day song. 'ro"..::1 1iI
\ Mrs. Hilton Broadway and Brack wish them success in all their under- - ---

flow to fat Oranges. street, rooms and board; Mrs Irene takings. A postoffice is needed, and a .'t ".

i; t Saunders Park street, rooms and board; town over here would look good. We fl
The to eat is to :
1, proper way orange Mrs. Guice Park street 3 furnishedrooms know the Kissimmee merchants will
drink the juice. An orange that has :
for light housekeeping; Mrs. D. miss this immense trade but never .
beep:on lee all night, cut across a* a '''
P. Graham, Park street, 8 furnishedrooms mind our merchants may buy of you. .
)lemon would be cut for preparing lemonade ,)
and then the juice squeezed for light; housekeeping; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler and Sarah Anna t !.. .,1.
Mann Bass, Main street, 3 room.; Mrs. were guests of Mr. O. S. Fowler and '; .
through a strainer: into a thin glass, I
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Henry Bass, Main street, 1 furnishedroom 'WIfe at the Graystone Sunday. '
maint most delicious- withwtich.tobegin .
a tonic '
.( ; J. J. Griffin Main street, 1 furnished Mr. T. p. Hoyt, wife and son, Truman FARMER
y breakfast, or the juicefrott' MRS. W. H. .
room; D. N. Floyd Main and of Oklahoma, came< in Mondayand
a/number of strained
Lake streets, 1 furnished room; Mrs. are guests at Smith-Dorian Point.
Int. .pitcher at night and placed in
E. A. Russell Main and Oak.streets 1 Mrs. Hoyt is Mr. .Fowler's sitter.
'i ss the'Ice-chamber a refrigerator and
furnished room for light housekeeping; They will .pend the winter, and if 'j -
then eerved with Breakfast, make a her
I t 'v verjrpalatable; and healthful start forthe A. DieUe. Aderbold street, 2 furnished they like it, they may remain perman- announce

. ? room; Mrs. Darling Brack street, 4 entJ, ). Mr.'Kowler hope they will be , -.

'. ) furnished rooms; H. N. ratton.. Bass a* well pleased a* he, and so make their r. n
One dozen mediuo O'alHd Florida ,
1 ;:
ort '
and Brack streets, '2' furnished rooms home' here, .
one'and a half dozen California. of
ay for light bookkeeping: ; Mrs. E O. Tat- Mr. Cox ha had his house painted. ;+ MILLINERY OPENING
v the eice running ISO to 200 to the box :
: end Oak_ I furnished He and Mr. Sawyer are fencing their .
t 0*;f'.will give a' full quart of this moat refreahing man, Aderbold treeta.' ,, .
rooMrs.. W. A. Fr seott. l IUd. r-t } '
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\ <41* _Jh ieVa9jjB BejB ***XB aa B * I.l. **Mav furmthed room. Improvement are still coin on. '
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'; 'N5L ,t.y. Dol.Jr' L Even the weedayhave. disappeared. from. -
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\, track gardens. '
the 'I
\ Dtadt7'CIb' blttef d A R.po'rt r-Star man noticed one of anxious for r Afternoon and EveningDecember.Second
J"'JJI' .1 .eeo day my with ,-Tae children are getting ; Saturday
one -
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leading consulting :,
!. our grocer the show day to com*.'. Maybe we can :.. ;, .. ::
,attention ... draft to a.certain doff the physicians the city this. n'r
prominent .
'. N if it f which was igh morning. This may have been merelya wait until the 4th will of December."The have-to. mis :t "'. .. .. . :?- .-.i i k
folks ,
Park .
'" -jtberffoow and leer and limping-badly bcanafof e- coincidence, bat when remember Thanksgiving service; a* they... to 't''. ':' :.. ..4: '. ',
11 how .
; ,;; an injured foot Hi master is these busy &DQ.mnCcrocerylllUi and iMD..nci&l1 how the the evening. They -will. eat turkey, I ,:., .'... '
t l'' r-Comfortably;. \ wrapped and tiding paysidan'a automobile'\goes hurrying duck or quail,.and be thankful at home.; \ '. > ,: .. \ ";

'i'4 but the noe\*" bed ...17 the covering around. town the next day after we give ... -"
,. proved by nature,-and could find nor thanks, there arise In the mind of the ._, pit tom Ittee of/l .e; Baptist .I 1 ... <' '- .
a .... adRTto lay down while hi*owner talked sober minded man and thoughtful pap chui TJ Iairmeld .a telegram '\0." '"

\'t .. m neighbor on the read.\>And thin p., a doubt aa -whether.the mincemeat from Rev. B7T.Railey,)** Clayton: ; ) tI cla &a' .
, porpoa*, bog bd.q to hi* dispenser'-and the writer of prescriptions Ala ... rag that be will preach for .; ' 1from t J' oclt-- I I y yr"r
r.'T 'Jth, * ere thankful for-the things their congregation Sunday; morning.Tb : >.> .c, .. .
n bone la heaven the president'.; ;,'. mentions, or reverend gentleman is-reputed'to T:> -A J" 'Jt ":'J"f': .
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;( .'...jfilopllOt. not; rather be the grocer or" th''s:dpctorir\ i* probable that the houm .wflU to*full .. "
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(, ( Valleu Gazette Mr. R. H..A1d.rman. one M' Baasin' Mrs. R-D:: Fuller,of...Lakeside\Groves; I .\.,
ger's prominent business men la in the near Winter Haven spent Wednesday "' "II

Jy'TKLSH HOr< NO. 11. city in attendance upon the ,Circuit In the city1 the guest of her'daughtetr g'Igl"
i Court aa a grandjuryman.: MnA... E. Niemeyer. She returned
borne on the afternoon train e
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 1011''. M. TIU r and! M;'.' W. Bv;; Harrisare by her granddaughter,'Miss accompanied Annie

BT \ entertaining: theTalent,Tea Circle: Niemeyer. j

,W. Yip4AS.PlIs.Weather . of ,the Methodist church at the home of .. .
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Mr. W E, Sdarand' wife, of New -S
tbe,former: this afternoon. Lila .LAKE Y.I;
Berlin. arrived in KlssimmePark "
--- *. 'A thing,of beauty is ft joy: 'forevsr.-" a few days. ago'and are getting Dr. : ; GEMVILLA :

If it'a inside decorating or painting, lee Robinson land ready for"cultivation; .. .. .- ,
I Report Green. He guarantees., Will call and I and are building new home, so aa to 1\\ ;;
: be ready for the doctorwhen he arrives 1 +. : ,
ri Box 189 or phens
' 1- ve estimate,free . .. w ,
the'first week in December. '
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.Following daily Mr. and Mrs. M.'!. Berour, Mrs. C. 1t.,,. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens and .. '.' : I

',,"- .( j)6ral.ut) l hhd 1 ,k'tehltat1! u_ M.-Van Slyke and Mr. T. E. Sanford; little son leave today for Plant City : :. .: '.:'i..,.. _..:. .<\'

. ;'. reported by the Government 1 all of Conneaut, Ohio, arrived last week where Mr. Stephens has accepted call I'. .

y station at Klaslmmeefor .th., and will/spend! the winter in Kissimmee.A .. to"'pastorate of the Baptist church .. .. j, I ..ori i,i.. .
:; in that city. The good wishes of all ', '. ,
: week ending Nov, 80, 1911.. our citizens, irrespective of denomination .. 1
spectacles or :
properly fitted pair ;;: : .
Fr' .Y: .n ranaarii eyeglasses would appropriateXmaa ,_follow them to their new home. r -_ f t " 'aw""a... '

fr"I I gift. Give your friend an orderon R. A. Lusk of Nardin '.' '
Mr. Okla. Nature .
Friday, ... .. . 81 61 w. u; for them. Cole. the optometrist' reached Kiasimmee 011'Frid.y lut,"anrjhas had lavishly I endowed 'i it with. '.': :,

r Saturday. . .. 71 40 '.' \ .49-1t become so impressed with the many . : '(

h Sunday. .. . 63 51 .;. advantages of life in this section that '. L :', I ,
L .. . Master ,Joseph Sears, son,of Supt. J. :.
: be has decided to and SOIL ..,.. .. ; iIo'...w '. ', -I
purchase home ." ; ,
78 66 u. .
ir- Monday ., .. .. . W. Sears; played host to a large num. \' -- :;-- _ , .. ." 1
Lusk --
remain permanently.. Mr. Is an I'f I. "..l."I r -
Tuesday.. .'.. 73 68 1.76 ber of hi. little friends and playmates I" ' '" ' J
I;: ,' In honor of his aev experienced poultry: raiser and.will engage "T. ?- "" '.' .\ ''''.1..r" ,'' I
(1.'<. Wednesday.. .. 70 ,49 ..52r Monday .in that industry. .l. ', .a .,. : ."
entb CUMATE u\
r . birthday. .' ,': ," ... ,. ., -' :, .Jf .
'Thursday . .. 52, 89 ; -.:"" -. ---" .
: .1 Mrs Hendricka and daughter 'Win Mr J. W.: Jamison of Nez PefC". . '''\'H". -: !' .: ''ltWlff' .
Idaho, arrived in the city Saturday onrtour !- ," ". s
1 nie, mother- and sister( of Mn.- R. G.Canov. ;a 'ii'"t/! .
of investigation, and is so favorably . .' :.. ,. ,
.. have returned to their home at : \ '
.4 t't - Green Cove Springs after a few days' impressed that he has decided topunb..e .. SCENERY: . .. ? ., >. ; /i
home and remain
: a perman
f visit to the latter ently. Mr.: Jamison stated that the 'to"" .. / . .. .. . \

i Mr. Riley Godwin of Whittier whoso thermometer had already reached the "
!? : THE: LOCAL FiE .u). # long served his district on the hoard zero mark before he left Idaho. ATTRACTIVENESS ,

of County Commissioners I is serving asa
Mrs. W. H. of the head ,
'" of in Tamplm, one
I i juror at the term court now .
for D. B. ,
in this city. designers Flake Chicago arrived .
1'1"\'" ', ', . _"' '''''''''''''''''' ."""'" progress ( in the city Tuesday evening with '. .'- ,
t . Mess... W. P. and J. S. Underhill a full supply of hats and- trimmings for ....,' I, '- \
and C. W. Hilliard are -three of Bas- Mrs. W. H. Farmer; Remember the The '
Meet me face to face at Cole's\ 49-h singer's prominent citizens who are millinery opening Saturday afternoonand only thing needed now tQ make i it complete is

serving as jurors in the circuit court, evening,.Dec. 2. Orchestra: from .
: AH roads lead io Cole'a store. 49-lt 7 to 9. 49-lt ,
in this .
now sitting city. I :: ; .
i Mr. Z. T. Riala, of Lough man,
Born to Mr. and Mr.. W. I. Bowen rented the Graham residence in West Methodist church and will be .led by '

,"!"-,." on Friday November 24, a on.'* Kissimmee where they will remain :Brother Ed Roberts. Some very important aw'j' \; ,.
matters will be brought before .
til they buy or build home. .
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will in the meetings. These .meetings are I
, 't The School: Board meet regular ,
: : } monthly session on Tuesday. The Board of County Commissionerswill growing in attendance and I interest. AU The Book will get you interested.A '
hold their regular monthly meetingon men and boys are cdrdiajljrfnvited. A. .: : .'
F.::. Blues Ribbon ice cream best in town. Monday wben important matters S. Nelson chairmanV visit will make of '
.. 81-tf Kissimmee1 Drug Co. connected with the further developmentof you one them ,: ;

our county will be considered Miss Jessie Boston, daughter of Mr. .: .
.. We have wateVea for everyone from and Mrs. R. Glover arrived in the city .\ '
$1 to 9150 at right prices. C. A. Cole. Mr. Ell. Bsss, of Whittier. was in the last night from Ohio and will in a few ," "'. ,

49-lt. city this week and states that there is days open a dressmaking r.rlor.t the / w 'f. .. '\\1 e/ ".
no let in the activity Whittier real comer of Mabbette' I : '
Have heard the beautiful l chime.? up ; ,
you Miss 'I
avenu Boston was a
estate He says lots in the William. passenger .
Go in and ask about
Cole'a of course.
No. 85, which wrecked last night,
subdivision are going at a lively rate. on was "
49-lt "
them. _. but escaped.with only minor bruires. f. .'

i'Mr.. W. L. Palmer prominent Orlando A gold filled watch.guaranteed for 20 Mrs. E. N. Fell arrived in the city :
attorney, is in the city this week. years with Elgin or Waltham move Lake Gem t :
ment, for $9.90 all during December. Tuesday, night from Warrenton, Va., Land Corn my": ,

'Cole has tome real manicure sets. This is only a sample of our price. C. where Mr. Fell and family now reside. ,
Made to use. They make dandy gifts. A. Cole. 49-lt Mrs. Fell was on ber way to Narcoos .,
49:1\ see i.o spend a few days at the Point, J. E. MATTOCKS Pres. &: Mannger *. \'
We regret to announce that Mr. W. their old homestead. She was accompanied -

Mr. F. J. Godwin, of Whittier in, A. Joiner superintendent of the electric .. far aa Jacksonville by her husband .
attendance upon the Circuit: Court this. light plant, I. ill at his home but who went from there to Fells- KISSIMMEE FLA. '
week. hopes are entertained that he will be mere on the East Coast to look. after 't .

able to resume.hia.duties in a few days. business matters. t
Mr. Dave Johnson, of Jasper a member ... ,
of the legal fraternity, was here Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Frisbie regular ...

Messrs. H. Flemlug Dozier Leitner ,. . '
winter residents of Kissimmee, arrived .
thia,week. add J. M. WUlaon Jr.. spent;three days In the last night trom Aurelia ., .

Mr.. N. R. White, of St. Cloud spent last week fishing in Lake Willson and Iowa, and are comfortably dom

_ Monday In the city and made this office hunting in the surrounding country. iciled in their cottage on Mabbette
1 pleasant call. Tbeyreport having had great success. street Mr. and Mrs. Fnabie were

passengers on train No. 86, which was .. . . '
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Mr. M. B. Tindall of the NarcoosseeneighboJhood. The Downing Realty Co. reports the wrec ked just north of the city.last .
"t was transacting business sale this week of the Duckworth farm night, but fortunately escaped with a .. .
i t.he-city this week.Thanksgiving north of the city to Mr. Lusk of Oklahoma few alight bruises.Kissimmee -- ,.;vi-bff ; At .

e \ ; and a five-acre tract in the Keen ... ..
I. day was observed in addition to Mr. T. B. Carson of Chi now has two' fullfledgedcigar ''<' 't.t,

Kissimmee yesterday bye general, ces- cago. factories, either of which is turnIng "-, t", "'d- ,-
';l't,,.lIon of all busin... out as good five-cent cigars aa can -
1 The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian be made,, and if the merchants: who ..I. .' ,.'.' .
." 'Subscribe for the Gazette now and church are making preparations to handle cigars will push them and those \ .
, get it the ensuing year for 100. Af- hold a bazaar. The time baa not been who smoke will insist on having a Kii- '.' ,'

.ter. January: lit it will be $1.60., definitely fixed, but it will probably be aimmee-made cigar there I. no reason ' !>. .

(; I Judge T. 'P.; 'W.How'went I down to.Klsilmnnee held about two>> 'weeks before the holi, why we should not have a splendid payroll .. jo\J...._,.t " ..,', . .. ;, .. .. tI.. ., .'. \ 4

1 S this morning .attendcourt. days.Mr. , Wood\ The from made-in-Kissimmee this source: In'brands'a short are time.O.- ." " '......;p .> . \. 1i: 'j.... ). ;

{\r .:.Reporter-Star, Tuesday. and Mrs. R. G.' of Gali- ceola, Boone' Straight and Key-West / rat r .J\, . J f .' ,. ... ' ,t\ .
Ohio"arrived! in the :last week 1 Z i
;Col. P. A.'Van.Agnew left Wednesday polis city Havanas. Let all smokers encourage ,: '
and will the winter. Mr. Wood
for the East Caast to spend a few spend home enterprise by. calling for these !
4n West
purchased a lot Kissimmee
brenda ...
days looking after business matters. IiPpEL'r
while here last season which he will

Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and improve.. Mr. Larry L. Pope of .Loughmfcn.. is r t
alter .
,;i in the city looking business matters j
drink of the best -
V and we will' get a Mr. Wm. Hahman, who has been Mr.
made. 81 tf today. Pope came to Lough- .
soda water
spendieg the past ten days here looking man laat February and purchased: .

, Pursuant to announcement made after the interests of the New Eden twenty acres of land which be has PADB: r,

:; some weeks ago the day current at the Plantation Co., of which he i is president l- cleared all by himself and is now getting .
f electric plant went Into effect today. left Tuesday for his home at Altoona ready to plant it In citrus trees. \ . .
Pa., During his stay at Loughman, he has
''" lust received an assortment of porch: also found time to build himself a comfortable -, .,r .
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goods, chairs, rockers and swings. at The coldest weather of the season was residence. Mr. Pope never

JUssiromee Furniture Co. 47-tf experienced here last night, when the had any previous experience in this,
thermometer dropped down to 39 de- kind of work but he is a former news
. r" A good well e.tabU.hed'mercantll.. grees. A slight frost is reported in and
paper >)11I.> a newspaper man can I AI
t. business for sale. Apply to. box 316.JU..lmmel. exposed places, but we have heard of do anything S "
; Fla. 87 tf no damage to even the tenderest vege- I J ?
f' tation. Messrs. C. O. and W. M. Towney I 5.

We do all kinds of repairing in our reached this city Saturday from Gardner p
j, 'fine and guarantee satisfaction C. A. Mr. J... E. Davis, of Sharon. Pa., Mass., and will take up their home .

\, Cole. jeweler and optician. 49-lt who has spent the past"seven wintersin on the tract of land they recently purchased I.
Kissimmee. arrived yesterday and in Fowler Park u soon j
;: Mr. W. A. Martin of Perry Mo., is will remain until thei e is no longer any can have suitable buildings erect

*-' in the"city, the gle.tof his former danger of snow falling at his Pennsylvania These gentlemen are experienced farm- , I q"y

t neighbor and friend, Dr. S.. W Down- home. Mr. Davis owns considerable ers and truckers, and in addition to :' 1 t

s'' mgr property in this city which he will growing!: those crops here will also set "
improve: during his stay here. a.. The Land that has
Mr. J. F. Williams, a prominent out a citrus grove. Mr. O. Towney 'i
merchant: of Basainger, is in the city Mr. S. L. Sharp of Gardner Kane,, states that there are a large number of ( /
this :week attending to business mat.tS arrived in the city this week and at people in the section of Kansas from '.
UL once began work on a tract of land he which he came that have their eyes fulfilled all promises IGomtfaay
turned this and if he
had way ,
recently purchased! In Fowler Park. .. .
Mr, E. L. Lesley and family have It I ia Mr. Sharp's intention to grow both and there is no reason why he oula '
moved Into the Bender cottage on Broadway fruits and vegetables_ not they will sell their holdings in the

which Mr. Le.ley recently pure Sunflower state and come a running. 5 ./
chased. Mr. H. H, Yowell went to Kissim 5 {
mee this morning to take down the ev. Mr. G. W. Taman, of Kansas City ," 1 ,
Mrs. J. L. Moon was called) to Gainesville ideneejn the Sbakec-cases but returnedon Mo., arrived in the city Sunday on a "
a few days ago to attend the bedaide'Of the xi ext train. The cases will not prospecting tour and is spending the .. '.' '\
her sister' Miss Thomas, who i.seriously be called ,Ontil/the. latter part of the week going over this section with view .. ,
ilL week.-Reporter-Star, Tuesday.Mr. to locating. Mr. Taman thinks there ell
are enough good things in Florida to attract .. ., '.; ',
\ ", "JoI..J..F. Farris one of St. Cloud' .G M. homeaeekers without unscrupulous VI .' ,
-af the Ludlam '. '
it, .' leading citizens, was In Kissimmee Mon ft MaeDonodfrh Company left Saturday laud companies making false statements f '
on "
day and paid The Gazette office an ape -a sentiment in which .y. "
for Cstaden, N. J. where he waa every ,, ,: '. .
.preciatedeall.Mr. married Wednesday to Miss. Sarah J. resident of Florida heartily concurs. . .- .;
Keter. Mr. MacDonough and bit bride The Valley Gazette has made it an in- 1 .,I.: ... ...; :"
G. B. Woodall, foreman of the 't ( c
variab authenticate
are expeA to arrive here tomorrow. e.xule-to-first every 4 or' ... \ : "' :. .. _:
"farnref the New Company .
Eden Plantation .. .. ; .,
.stateo.t>it the opportnnitiea : ', '. .. ,., ,...I ,
; : was transacting business. in. the, at D. TbOlDJI8OD'arraYed in the 1 pasibilitesand advantages ," ''1. -t 1

r.' 1 city. ..t eaday. tMyrr Friday{ from Lyncbburg, Va.; to be found In this section, and believes i .. ',"._1' '. .. ..::.;.... : ;.. ' .f''!. ., .-

" .*;. lf t.J. P. Gardner. of the Ease coast and WHprobably apend die whiter.''. Mr.. With MrTTraman that falsifying land 'C' 1 :, . : .. j. ._ .., : :;.:t. .;
ThomlHbn Is one of dealers should be exposed but. we .. ,
our are .
i), ,rxtenaion.' is in the city visiting his psrentsv > regular winter I "." ' .> ,
"; ; Mr. and Mra. J. M. Gardner. and viaitoWand has a host of friends in KlssimniK glad to say we know of none such op .r ..' .Jr a
-t. ? etb who are always welcome) crating here. 1 I t
rt.Lauvar '.
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'' l S'i p;"' Mr': 7. W. Hill. Nl.ftOcl'l1Ie'-mer-- ive Did yon bite Of course' yon did. I.. 'j .. (. -fIt''''.0;' .... ,.
,. hant'and postmaster was in the city I opened a Jewelry and watch we mean on that railroad schedule card; h

r' Tuesday"-basinets,matters.and Wednesday attending t to rpl Fshop-ice this in means Lawson'a of soliciting Cash Store the never which spend the traveling a nickel gentleman iD thia town who pot will up ..K1ss1mmce: : ..Valley J} Land '

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1 pail age of the public. Any"work to you this week Yes we presume : : ;; ;@
:..; 7 "Fo; this next 80 day 'yea can gt ayes f th me will receive prompt' and :you .pit because be had already worked .. .. : .,
r;. *'* subscription to the Valley Gsvzetteforl _. attention. Prices reasonable the merchants to the tune of $100 when I .' :I o : ."I '\1 .. ,: .
I..' > January: lit the price will P. I White.. 48-tt'ooe seen by .a member of The 'Tele< .., . HQUCq! ; Ms i's '
to."l staff. The railroad schedules will chancre : aver "
/Yilie r ,' ; $ i.
C doubts that advertising In few : P'
? in a days bat your ad will be there I 01 ., v '. .
, ,v.j-t-IIrtEimr 8ssi, Wbittl r'.U"e wire the rfey Gazette pays, let them go to just the same, (anybody' can find one f-:;3b': .. '''t . . -.n.. 1... .:I.',,. .:.- . .1' '.' !,. .I.,
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11 I' 'I .jag 6; 'THE KISS1MMEE 'VALLEY; GAZETTE'' Decembcr 1* I91rv r, '

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iJ'; GHOfi ,POEMS WE ,.MISS.Kplo .> .- .,...-.--.,- ,.Ilesat.. .. ( .. cu .o., k iyaA.r

: STORIES --- -- -- ......J.__, ---r -1 ;
: *f the One "" In Our,N*. . '. M
.w.._ tlonal History 1
w. have. wavy .volume of comm m. fARMS
Football Games That Were ,Wont oration odos of quite respectable Uter-1 .

'' ary quality, bat we look In vain for all' : GO ..
' by a Tongue Lashing.., "HO-LIDAY ( 1S.i S t.
TVi' ---'I-. .. epic of the war of the: Revolution.-; ....
o ... .. / Which mlgbt flll each lane of-us with ---

.' the i heroic spirit 'and bind<<1 us all tn'' .. '
<* *. t . living union of great hearted> humility '.
I L which I*'th*' upmne national : - = 4

"VI o Tralnor MIHMurphy' _Mad....the' 'Ap- 1 pride.: We look In valu! lor. ut1'" epic| : _. I I' ":_ - r- house. I'.rn Ned ahickert< ; .
on the war. with utiu of tliit. .. /14acreIsmt
1I'"f"ltlt +
greatireIvB 114>
:pal to P.nn."d th* Red and:Bluo -- --- - -- ,houes:1000oreng.lrees. -neh ...
Ili 1I'lt. :
ci'eateat"t.t life's soldiers ae..itahero -- _
pear tiesel '
.... .t th Occasion and to t enpnabrut IIIgtb
f ., * Victory. with gasoline
Dlol'do| we find Immortalized lu tarr pump '1
,,A Dog Won a Qmo For Columbia. Aenelda thou wonderful I .r t4> }
expedition om
.a I 6.a..... t acre. In ...oet P tMi"" 1
Writing on football In the America across this contlnont-.the travels of l huuM. deep well with. unnollne, engine; fins

Edward Lyell Fox tell of Lewis and Clark the> settlement of cellar under houee ... under,eul- ,
i 1 football defeats that were turned: Into the forty-niners the opening up of 'E will both be' the I loser if you : 26 ovation aere aordnrinB: Jeneed on.nrl,burn.l cr kn'".1'r..t.1 tmc-J'")."..dng llowlna* ..; I t
Tictorles by tongue lashing, ne says: Alaska. reclamatlon of the deserts W '' .Iowed.
4 There are instances whereby coach- and the founding of Texaa How otherwise fail'to inspeCt our stock of i All the b.t muck f rmlnKJ lamb.( Two mllw

.e*' hare,won games! all unbeknown- ,than through poetry are our children j from elL). a.Uon..UI ew
R. It.
the public. TheBe-are'crises that hare I to posgfss the beauty and the _- 2Sacre.8 mil. out near sod barn and a few 1 f.
=:= Holiday Goods. We aleared. An old HOUBO
are going I ,
been faced In (,tho- dressing room betWeen glory and the spiritual grandeur of the -r bearing orange treeS.0 -
the halves! with the team I aflga figure who founddd this marvelous < acres 6 mile,out B armn clo.ixxl. doop welL ,}
stretched out dirty hud bruised Lashed union of states, of those heroes $71 to say to you now that weI' ::1 I 40.>Cre tract ulilnii>rov. l :4120scre t16.cre
:! tract unimproved
who "highly resolved" and '
ao highly
by'cOacbea' tongues or stirred by
a 1 the appeal personal, an apparently disorganized achieved It 1* true Walt Whitman ==:.--= have the largest and most 8 I .'...a....tract tract In in rinodalo Z<"n>b\>'rt>nl*. Farr. counlr(1 'r,
and defeated rabble often cbantedthe long of democracy, but Ji
In KophyrMHaVJOaereeln
Iota close In.
I? become a steady but furious fighting his chant. la a magnificent prophecy; : of I complete line of. Watches IAeSotacountyth milci. (Iron) Ar- ,". }
I nalt. an 1leal-lt la ap exportation not a oadia ti
kB "In 1003: Pennsylvania went to their poetic manifestation. The spirit that Clocks Sterling and Plated 160 acre In Clay: counts IChbap
strove' and la toward realization ,
striving a
dressing room after playing a 8 to 0 '
first half with,Harvard. The tie score of this democracy la best caught i medium and fancy properties .. .
Silver Cut Glass Gold and Gold Filled { medium and
'I at cheap
f was misleading. Harvard had played when exemplified In the lives and ,
t the better football. They bad ripped deeds of the men wbo lived and fought. fancy pricesbut all worth the

l the red and blue line| to tatters And who conquered and died fighting; moved I Jewelry, and everything that goes to mohe $ t
\< by this spirit Thla la the creative' -- -- ,.
: Harvard would bare crashed I'ennsylranla -- -, ; ---
It Mike Murphy the veteran work of the poet we awalt.-T.mpl. I make up a first-class store of this kind : '

/ and trainer talked, bad three not Jumped minutes upon to the a team table Scott in Forum. .. i \.'. ... that has ever been in this section of the Elite Realty Parlor f'r ':.
u Murphy like Antony was no orator CITIES HARD TO KILL country and 'it's to to' make Mr.. MARY M. SUMMtKS M.naer ;j:
( *'Do you want a lot of bean eaters up you us Lake View Cottage Kissimmee, Fla.

op there In Boston to crow over the What Rom.. Paris, Constantinople and prove it.- .. Come and see for yourself.
hash their team made of your cried London Have Sufforod. J

be. TbeyTT turn thnt\ city Inside out It Is a difficult! thing. to kill a city. Don't hesitate to ask to see goods: We __ .r
r "' and on rood !Penn money at that! and there are some well known laces f
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Your friends Ml be conrtln tree lunch ;; ; t-ili-att..b;; ,
that have so much are here to show As to our prices 1
counters for weeks If let you. ,
you will survive any number of disasters :
%'; .dab get away, with thlal Myself-It Take Rome as a drat example. No we defy competition and will gladly THE RAYSTONE ;i,1
almost mad me cry to .ee those big fewer tbau ten times has she been e'r:
+ a tiffs walk: all over yon.' (n. gulped wept by pestilence. She has been duplicate standard article in our -
k noticeably.) 'Because I know bow any t
burued twice and starred out en six OrEI All THE TEH l
_ good you are. .Too weren't right that occasion Seven times she has been line listed in any catalogue less the ex- ___ .J.
balf. You'll kill 'em now. You've got besieged or' bombarded. But abe still 2.60 to 3 50 per day.
i to. Think of the crowd And say fellow flourishes. Perhaps that Is why she press charges. Special by week or month. .
w *. If there's no mother, father sis
1 called
\ the City. H. W. rilUIINM., Mo II.0. /rWE, Np.l 1'
;f'' ter or girt up -there watehln'. Just Part baa bad
eight tam-
sieges ten
S1 ,, think of me, fellow. Think of' me.. tnes, two plague and one fire which Come today and look our 'stock over, and if 1 :+++ 11''+++++++++++++++++++K Y

t that take ear'of yon' an. For, TV. devastated It. We make no reference you find' anything that suits, we wall be glad to I I ,J
ft the "con. b YL' to the number of revolutions
J.kB: coughed, brushed hi* eye; "with an theyare lay it away for you until Xmas time.
too numerous to mention. But $1 1 or $2 Acreper Month ;
e the back: of hi* band and faltered on1 :- Paris still flourished.Constantinople per

.": wont be with you Y&rJ'mucb> :: has been burned out B.,... .,.1...,. form. Flowlas: an' .,
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\ and I want to win this t t.m well f r ml* '
longer' yon nine,time and baa suffered from four ffl.. ....1....xood a.n. "rov..district. ,
i *** .. plague and five siege. There are no l.tort. wator sad rail traii.porto.Horn. .-
w i:-H. finished Datdag and hole away Borne people who think that many 'ot I ,......* to Omr pay outs Tin.Bond SOaaraBtaoCo. allow* .Ia
v' without word.' Then wa no cheer- the sultana have been a* bad for the .. SaBford. Fla 4H.lyr ::I
.IDa:;the. mm wen thane too hard I ,
city a* any .pestilence. And :yet she I \ ''

.. ; goes.<'Lastly on.;' tber U the English metropolis ,C : A.COLE I 1 %'
.modbw'w.4.keyed np'tcuraCh
: a pitch : I
,. .LqadoqJbegan ja a a Jdnd of.mound I 1 .
Ft-, '.j '"to6tblI;:t>**aaonrraklli.0ld.Har-'baa ntr In a wamp. In her early I history she The Florida Grower ,"!- III l lsornwk.nandfruit
F wuuckd, burned and'aU her Inhab'Itanta : J.E.WB.LIR. .AND OPTOMETRIST ; .'
rajjlwaa dued. *,, pt awy and beat butchered. She baa been'dedmated : I I. I. = = ,,
} -; .I I crowera. Forfolks '
( .n--becans .
a man wpoke.r
by plague five time, oxcloslveof who want to know about Flnr
; Another.'rmarkabl toning' of a typb...., cholera and such maladle Ida Weekly. (lOOparror. mouth
; ElmC between the balrea 17. !ifa' Rend Jfto for a&en Imua trial
occurred mlIthacato She baa been more or lea burned severatimes. I. aubaorlpttoo a_ .,.. Bri ht.Cow II'I
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t. :; ;190&; Cp adt.te4Col.mgte; ; Bh*'U thriving In.*plt*. of .. .. 4
brO; to 0 when the team* returned to THE FLORIDA BROWNER
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1 .' the dr **1ng room*., Columbia had not aIL II .OO Florida' Ava..., T..,., Fla. I Ij

(; nco1'enc1'fI'om a' wearing game with' Vet H. Loved the .... $1 a year if you subscribe now. $1.50. after January 1st.,j .... .
Princeton the .week: before. Many of It'Ie said that Bryan Waller Procter . ; "
ta* mn wr overtrained. Thar ... ., known as Barry' Cornwall who .: II
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a distinct feeling lot the hopelessness i wrote the well known poem. 4

of;:11 all I when the players. lay down, -Tra en the sal rm on the seer r rt I ... . .. ,, ... ."
(' .1IPOD'tlle floor and bengpea., Onlj:BUU am where I would ..... j>>>ol ,
-. a Whit ball terrier mMcot Jawed. was the Very i wont of .allor*. When 'I
signs of BTeUnes ,It.was cold la the w* read that( he was *o> seasick: that ,
dressing room and a trainer abook the he could carcely bear tile oond of a
r, ha* In the MOT*.' H. used a poker. lumen .role Jt become apparent that f''
the md of which became red hot. hi* wife's conduct during to* affliction
When finally b. laid down the metal could sandy have. been .reasaurlng. YES the. : ;

rod th* red whltraed. but the beat remained. As b* lay on the deck of a channel
S Bill,'deciding that the poker boat, covered with.ahawls and a tarpaulin 4
1 b WM, 'to be played with Hk. a stick. she bad the pleasing habit ot l

eaogbt the heated end In hi* month. humming a strain of his Jovial sea .
+, I I. Thatantly hi* Up, **reef and turned aong The poet who loved the sea. bat
.lack.: Bin only shook the poker bard. loved It beat at a distance had very COLD WEATHER
U 1 .....It Two men grabbed him and tried little life Just then but what force he-
>,to fore him to open hi. mouth. But tad was used la the entreaty:

1 Bill fought back and finally they bad "Don't, my dear! Oh. don'tr .
; .; ,to ,.choke him before be would loosen Yet no doubt he- loved the __ '
,thl* grip. It.was then that Coach MorJey ,
nudged Captain Fisher and point. Origin of Panle. r
I .... t* this doc. Catching the Idea. Flab. No word baa moved, with the times s.1. ;
t ...r'.prtng; to hi* feet and built up a more than "panic." Long ago tin ancient '1 '
'tSpch around Bill. U. compared Bill's Greece It war a mUd? fear inspired ,. 1
i nerve to.the team' and aaked the by mysterious sight and 8O.wla- '
;x imn If they .... not ashamed of them- among'the mountain aid "vaUy by .
} '....y.*. HI cloalog enteoe* wan. night which'.'Wr" attributed to the 'i
''f '.J oat play for Bill Bill. Bill god Pan. NowadaVa U baa a br': no' M

f "JWhan Columbia::returned to the field means supernatural elgnsooane* on th// Are you. wondering where you .
Bill th .' : wa, the
yelping tat bIXWtbX .led.: ; >ay tock xchangPmlUBtaa '
All through ttuf beard original xprMtoa.'and.OlD'*bortntngt

N him harking.from the aid tin**. Bald -panic" w. ban. all really !baa :
Von' Saltsa. the iilg. tackle. after the slipshod a* the mall boy wh call Can get the kind of HEATER !}

....... 'We hoard every yelp and It his "comic paper" a "cossac." Bhaftea-. ,
imply drove. ...." bury 300 yr ago wovtA.har. teed .. .ry.
i,.'Alo BUT yetplnk was *o good that the word for any contagl*** fJ3 g :
r Colombia won oat. 12 to rS'Tiry often. Ur. Fox docUre*. the many: Paanatk In Mankind , .
a'tfllty of on* man to kick baa deter btda merely that of rar. And i .
.1' I' seined) th*> oatewm, of th* game. B* I thus la' BUglMi. also Pm.* ,"-tax' : t

,. Wit *} t/ don Mall. . a big .assortment from ,50 up. 'r 01
j ......-. ':::1.--"M.iuJ.ot. & and Wisconsin ;
w" v' : 1- \ IT.UTh* match ha*,Men ....... .TIAA i* T...... J.. t,,' t-..

:!... 0/ : pMwt natlonal vt. la tta 'aariy day railway trTUng ...\, .\to '
n *aibd In a downs ber' was a much .*.. remit, affair, than. 0

., -J.e ,, ' \ I *'kicked tbM( goW ted I. from\tt.-' !the jB .t tk.wrQH h*guard: wof- M--last.'.,train.. tIa4ebU.,."'iMnq-...'.. ; Also"the:best,.line of FirerD.< ;sandilace. r rJ:

;. S S yc. \C 4t4 The came began with a bwHarta Banff; wM.matadod' by.;**-trat. p** . ,
.1 : Int of r.eb*la.'*nd ran* and 'aepgr that tt waa),.MnvMnnbM. pMt "
t4,} ..'(\\J;;,. 0 forward paase! .. The *cor* toapb tb..-.arttai'time. "Oh.. ay.."vff0Ud e Wike.:. Screens for the Ft < ; !
4 "'Y. .' to Wscobldn 12. Iinne.ot}li.tUero th* man.."tmt' has dlnar ''I. .' I: ;'< (
? gees' e> aa"KJ kick, ',. Btaodtog.on paf'7' tP Dlebt.lUd rmjlt ids'blgt ., I i "\
5. thirty'.yW Ha; h* Aror the ball two or..;' CId'M-sW. plY.sUi/.. -. r '" '
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rdocdttOM "l llgats.t \i. rt t l, -. -. 'r""" .. : 'j (
from tM forty-flv. yard Un*. HI.C !C. <, j jr
**nt this ban allag tru*. Mtnldi1S wife sitar th*. dlvorc. *. aMi to brbusband ". _*.:... ; I .. .
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; raowe.......wlthtVlscooato; awtng- .fit-\It111tac:' ;tot!let.-.r Q-v!;'1h. :

.i 'back.lnroth* |ed.A.. toophdownMm baby bait of.t.Iae-.t1m.. .- \ 'W""

i' .. ; Itth. *. after*a'a nctoo-ofnd,' ," "Oo dr said b*.rubbing" his bands.Bptendldr ." 'E; t C0/ P ANY n 1

r, Tb* aeon .ttek4W1scOO IBil.rilgne? >' MARINSO/N/
: t, 6. ..lkk:I..thcood bJUtthtMtti, It TTJi ah*.reaumsd.. ,"yo may- hare; \ . .
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.,A poss.of geoloa'' when be writes a *' emperor of..Chin baa' MOM Christmas: 'NUY ltl
I ColdWeath'er- book and ."all the.'god cornea 'rushing strange*, dutiea.! On of these to the : : e ( *!'

Into fcla aoul" Is In aa abnormal.state. ordering of It to rammer

j and hence Urea of men of, letters.bare America whan;tb* .. un wanna the '
I .. otr lee In glaring.contrast to.their. earth and not until:then, CJ IDa L t

.1. writings. Montaigne tells ua that balways .. It to Bummer,When >PM emperor .*,. ..'
obaerrad 'aoperceleeHaloplntona
ft.. :.- These cold' days are gob. to )last awhile and you to
.:need warm clothing. ' seen m nJa. On the other hand the In China off winter clothingand I, om. will find.the. choicest assortment of allta.WeOa.. just! .
-. -: ..}... --+-. ..,.*,., .' .. "t moat.latttndlnarlan ,prof essora.of ,epleweanlam : himself-In-rummer pats/ garb. opened the largest line of- Christmas. Novitiea"to be found In the I a
11. : t ( have,,often lived tike, anchorttae array the nboiJ city; including:wood and, leathergood. In great varntycoRNwAii .. ' I
We 1again call attention to the"PRINTZESS" : dIstinctive no 1Iatt8r.wbat hi* feeling on -
Borne of tbot '
<. or trapplsts. ; .-: I
and combine the 'may.b.: 'AH domeette'IDqg.ma4e arrang '
suits They
coats. heat sin aoD&'II have been written by ai' wooDHi 1
to,suit the season .. . .
'.J choicest designs-no two alike-with perfect fit andy men,who never'aoaffed ''a saltwater '
'.. brsaae..atlning..war eong ::have .been proclaimed b7. the .mpaoec .;;although ghly l polished hand-painted, napkin. ring, puff boxM., and '
seeing they nay not salt the Individual at alL band.mirrors. .
I, written by,timid man and .women who .(
Ii. would have abrieked at the of Tb nssr approach to tbChinB; .
sight a
Bystem of ordering >__U the ROUGH ':WOOD .. :
moose, and nymna steeped In the Vfr1QI1IU '
'f' Separate skirts in the highly popular cheviot pracOc*observed In, pranc'* tn an pub- .
; of '. have been -written
mixtures, Serge arid Panama...many of them with loose, by 'men of doubtful morality: who 0* buildings.:",I'! winter..on. Fern Dishes,,Stems Nut BowU. ,Fruit Bowls Book Rack*. Mirrors, ;.. '
J and after Octil _Fire ar.them lighted Sewing Companions, Stamp Bois. Match
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\ tab and front. Prices from ... bolD. tbuI '
.back $ 1250. I"vie lees at : In\aOirlatlad. '.Recelnn-.te., !
church.i Casa:: Lamb;was go..rmmnt.otaoseand'tb.employeeee < .. '
exchange their:;white1 Bummer I' 1
ready to wager that Milton's morning GOODSPockets .
Women's and children sweaters in plain white hymn In Paradise was penned" at mid : .watotcoata._ for'' th* -thicker. and LEATHER

white with contrasting trimmings, and plain colors. night and know positively that darker one of winterAt .that date .
; we In wide .variety. Card and Bail Cases.. Match ..and"Coinb : ,
llbrartea closed at 4. and f
.0. + Women's$2.75 to$S. 'Chlldre '.SOc to $2.25.H Thompson who sang :the praises of th public are CasesW.tchr'obs,,,) Painted;; Mats; Shaving Pads, Snapshot,' : ,
early rising In the "Seasons." used to tn th..treeta: ; the eUers .of. toast.debestauta bums in different styles,..Gilt-Edged Playing Cards In leather ease +

Ue,abed.(11); 'noon. Sir: Richard Steeie make their appearance. In Bridge ':'Score Pads. eta. Fancy'Soxes. Ban., etc, Alligator Nov I
; could discourse eloquently on temperance official Franc it la WInter. no mat- cities, including the Luck' Charm .Tie Racks etc.Mrs. 't 4
Katz's when be waa not drank. .Wood- tar. what tb* weather may eay and no .,
Worth In Ida "Old Oaken Bucket" sank : matter what unofficial .Thane. may

: H: -- the praise of cold water under the Inspiration I think -Nw Tort!: Prese. E. L Pearce

I : of brandy. Dr. Johnson. \ ;

who wrote BO well on politeness, inter'rupted PAPER MADE BY WASPS.The It
hla opponents with "Ton lie 'K( w .'

sir!' You are a vile Whig air!" Way the ln*.ot* Gather Material'nd ,
Burn. was a compound of "dirt and .
Form ProductWaspie
: -
deity." Rousseau who was always. are wonderful papermakera.They ,. .
filling people's eyea with tears, betrayed
make real paper too. Just a*
and slandered his benefactorsIn
truly a* human papermakera.A .
turn and sent bill children to the I
T Dinner Sets' ReducedA foundlings hospital. When Moore proposed weep flies to a flower and coven
the front of Its body with the dad of
., to Scott to go and aee Melrose THAT".GIVE It '
the blossom. This la molatened and "IFTS
abbey, aa Sir Walter had described It. .
mixed with the wax: which la secreted SATISFACTION '
splendid chance to buy a nice set-at a smallfprice, either for by moonlight "Pooh pooh. said Scott"you on th. surface of the wasp's body. _
'\- don't suppose 1 ever saw It by I __ .- ,tr _- __"_ '_ tOur
:r Christmas gift or for general use. moonlight William Matthews.Salnte- Then the Insect repairs to an old fenceor l = 1 .,
r. other piece of weather worn.wood ;
t',.. An especially attractive set of 100 pieces baa a narrow border: Beuve'a Monday Chats.
of green outlined with a pretty design in gold The shape that baa a loose, fnuy.;: fibrous surface. Mail Order Department is

are excellent. Reduced fi l.- did the dns of .
matter Just a* It on <
Another set 100 pieces, with'fine gold line on the edge and the flower and a layer of such matter readY'lto'handle( your Christmas '
'. festoons of tiny pink flowers inside. Reduced from $16 to $11 Devlee by Wtileh the Hot lew Strips of .adhere to the Insect's body: and become !

Set of six plates white and jroH, were 60c, now. 47c a set Daren't Dough yon often Are Prodiioed.asked. "Bow do way.: mingled with wax In the same roc erg;Haveiyou| sent|| it ink

., Set of six and t they get the holes In macaroni Yea. 1 ,
.. cup. saucers match were 75c. now 60c a set Then away goes the wasp to the

I . Six plates decorations in pink were 86c, now. . . .75c a set .undoubtedly have visited macaroni have and unless you neat which it la building places itself
a factory you Just on the spot where It wants the :

!' Six cups and saucers. to match, were il, now. . . . 85c a set are probably still in doubt.In Interesting layer of paper to lie and then works StationeryBooks rQs.!:
are employed bringing ,
Itself Into by furious motionof
a-beat a
Open stock patterns Johnston Bros. English ware white with this food Into the form In which It la I
," delicate gold bands, and the 'Jewel" pattern in white with placed before the public. the wing, eo'that the wax la motelined I. JLeaber'
dark blue next to the body: when the paper "'
: a siCD.
: After the dough baa been well mixed: : Nbveties
Goods :
Kodakaf BrJcriBrae .f
drop off In the right plac'wbereIt -,
. A large stock of hotel I ware,plain white and decorated. and kneaded! In a powerful machine It may be adjusted properly and far
la ready to1 form Into macaroni which tend. Toys, Dolls, Games, Sporting, Goods '

J 'V la of a tube ahape about _fourth The paper of the wasp la aa much . J., .."' ; -', rf

The CASH HARDWARE Inch to diameter, or spaghetti which paper .. th. product of the paper mill.Harper'a =. !
la a solid stick shape of about one- : -h(" ) !;::: .
I eighth Inch in diameter. Thla. done fir a
.. CITIZENS.BANK.BUILDING PHONE 48 '45.49 G 1r "slat. : r
/ by forcing the dough under hydraulic C'REWi.S":
I;';: TrlehreiAl VlaJen.
pressure through a cylinder with a flat ,
circular broOM die or mold at the bot In a recent', dlacuaadon before the J ...f'' .,

tom. The macaroni die la full of hole British Royal society of the phenomenon "i '
about ene-fourth Inch In di.metrand 'of -trlchroml,vision' the case of . .. c --f .. .. -I' -. ..... _- I ,,_. .!" q..... 'f.. 1LAllrpr

each bole baa a email pin la the center a scientist known: for hU researches

of It. which la attached to one aide of In electrical< 1 science was deecrbed. 41>- ,

the hole. This pin forma,.the bole In When. looking at the bright spectrum .1, - .4. -
the macaroni and divides the dough .f sunlight this scientist sees only .. .._. rtr.. ..Skww.1. n

: : Make This Practical oa ne aide as It start through the three colors-red. green and violet
ii a bole tout before the dough reaches the For him there la no definite color In .t ,

end of,the hole the,divided aide meetoa'etbeI' the pert of the spectrum that'appears '., ,
and remains .*, making a Jr- to 1'persons with normal.-rlsion' pure ..y f '

feet afee<- -The spaghetti die contains Uoe. H*' can ,dIat1ncu b 'nothing of. s.

I' :1,6hrjst; fsk .aly plain""notes about .ne 1 > y la diameter arranged I* groups When trum.' 'Reddtoh. green would Oeecrlbe

: : macaroni) and spaghetti come from the the,,orange and :yellow parts and

I., presses <<. cylmdera they are cut into, greenish 'violet the .blue arts,as"heee +
certain lengths, the length depending .. them. In testing with 'colored r ..
epos whether the curing er drying t.t. yarns the wool changed; color to him
'<1 be d.o. oa nays .r toy banging over when contrasted although a normal vim

rode.In sighted person saw no difference. 1'-

Youvwill have many friends to whom you give amallJel curing or'. drying macaroni the The** ,.facts ow-bow different colors
:. .\ length of tln>e varies according to the may possibly appear to those about as.Marcdfoapped -u- ( A
membranoes, but there will be a few that you will want to process empUpped and to atmospheric ; .'
ondltteoa outside'the factory and the A Warm Bathroom 'f "
: remember with something more valuable. What could be tandaod .f The staff humorist approached the .
' more acceptable than waist all makers require a pretty made up or a waist editor with .a lugubrious face and his ; '
RffrlE4 40
thera take .. eaaay .a elK -days.Oauaha .- .. i ,}
pattern from one of the attractive materials' ?esignatiO"Wby -
" many Such a ; ;
: :: p
yon are doing an right* said .
F. ;''r i gift is please and yeu will make no mistake in selecting Bee.Awt. th dttor. "WhaCa" the trouble /
.-. onsttln..
: it. "Well yon see, !sir." repqpd the staffhumeot mother should be careful I
..f.r: : Cntfl a nine baa made the experiment Every .
"It's this I I got marrted
,.,;,. it ia Impossible to believe hew way. that the children taketheir baths
" ) a few weeks ago and now .If 1 ,
\ Ttrtd and bow i-
sewe on Britiabeyes
i'1 ; print a Joke about wives my;: wife in The'd Ilol..aI ,,
I Is the glare of the American son and a warm room. t
4 think 1 'mean 'her. and If I mention a' .
fi; '.. A pretty _iat-of white linen has an embroidered front plait, with also now Impossible It ... no matter motber-ln-law her mother cornea around cold dangerous after coming '
iIII ; pocket 'on left side. Put up in holly boxes especially for holiday bow strong Brttlrt prejudice may tie '
and raise the root Then, too -en* oiny "
,t.t. ;'.. : ,, Rtfta. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .$1.60 In that regard to play golf ta the sat! wife's brother to a plumber. another out of.the hot water. -
' which all the traditions of Scotland an Iceman and the third la a A Pedectio: : ; Smokeless O) Healer bring bathroom or 'adtbeo'f

r"I{!I '. bJte"linen waist, tucks each side of the embroidered plait, in pretty prescribe Briton gotta as decent la America Very win aoon have the coal dealer. More than that, she ha- y to just the degree of warmth>>:you want in fire or lea minutes. Allyotk ,

,.., Christmas box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50 Cast from Urn that worse than euperfluona a half brother Who la a book agent, Lave to do it to touch a match.! < .. '

,", .l Sa garment And will be going wtthSght and they are all big husky -fellow The Perfection Healer burns nine )hours on one fiHa** aadf iii .l

:\. ; t ',Other. designs white waists r 50e to $2.60 heart and tight raiment--eo called with ugly tempera. If yon don't mind always ready for ''. You can move it anywhere il i peedA j ,L

'f (G / "In shirt .leevee"-41ke th Amertan I'd like to retire from I the humorousdepartment There is no waste af fuel and heat warming unoccupkad'fcomt. I I

: : ; .',A dainty waist to: white silk is Uimmed with .beading and1 lace inaer- a htaaaelf-t-endoo Globe. and" take a poeltlea a* Just the heat you,want, when and where yon want it. '"' t '
editor. -Ueeton Transcript .
tlon. Price .. obituary ;J i The Perfection is fitted with ,
4 only 'L 50 an automatic-lodking P"i.. tpreader '
' iY '' i. .......... that prevent* the wick being turned I high enough to 'smoke and. !.'
t 1'$: :We. have Satin waists. in black and odors : .76e Lfttle .Kelly told Uhtt Antta whets "Who Sure 4t t* See It. easy to remove and drop ba Jt"wbaa d ..;o t-3\\

r't' t.sua.* flb. was who saw the.tiand. 0.-;. $..:. l.J :dpi lo pt ii,..Jj: ia.: eaJ. i i_ -e
r rrttlnath wall Freddie asked f
Anita-i-A to die
flb same-r s tory.
r :In waist -a. Id ..... sad dr.bls.r: '. '-I. Ier e.y .. t''
patteme.ou will find pretty white materials in and Jaen -11II1 BOON .
plain itfce school (
: teacher.TIM'
and a alary to the earn a* a asNehyi. Sunday: DooIon__.........
.ily 4j$ fancy weave, eoaded, figured etc.. fMtn. ,. . ../ .12J e up i :: *. tf. not landlord ma'am," quickly reSeed'the t'arvriMMMr i.era*.*. "
f >10 1 .A..aI1a-Y- It to. because my tetbsr !dlttl. boy who lives In* eat:' "te }dacd 411C.pq Yi ;
k'We .., ... ..... ... ,(... ..... W call special attention to the white 8uain, Mtraetlvaly.figured:- aid eoy -..d any-father to a .ptstaaasrat --L.ake.ltetes' & i I Io ;
, f '
"V, ,an especially pretty material for an inexpensive waist .2Se a yard the nnlrerBtty.KeOy .
.. t
; -I.doat car If beto.. l&F.fa-i .. >uaTeflF JUJilt ffUrt. ak&jlLUI .. ...s a.1
1 - S I
titer III anal estate and h*bMwwtbu'
: Plain and fends ailka fca ../. .. . . 60c a yard up man. J ;
tiA' ',3rt more about .lying your. father4or '
eVette4. PewbytsefaL ..... ,
jfA(; akin or a dress pattern 'in Serge. Voile,/ < fine Brilliantlne- in .,;: I a .IA 7H,7: i 9..w.IA. \'V!a'' -;j 1HINQL1S' ;-ii '
1.blade, or the standard colors, would be ar/especially welcome! ; sift TV Fully Imi.......... ry ,":' fate" y'ridlglYb.aitiila. + ;' W" 3

rl'8": .TheM is nothing prettier than the Cream Betya. at 98c a yd., Cream "'J.* your daughter to engaged to r 1' .,r (to -., 3* I
6- -r 'BrilllanUne.. dotted and plain at SOc to $ /00...or the always-popular be married.- ''! *;

k ',f!!I Danish Cloth at 25c. "At. last. oJ..
"I bop aba realise- that marriage .l'If
4(. to a aerlona thla ." .
,1' . -
i, '. I . .Tou bet. ah* doe. ,W. thought '.... ... ,," .-. .... ,
.J I. <$
....-d ..T>*,*.... land ,thlavffle boob-L- .(rmer1y.MoNafr&S, c. '' ,1t1 ,. ;j:i ,1 iii dDT >'("' .
Come in and look at theseand the : ;
,; many'f Ooaei.No.rnali. << : I-Upefitrftth Boildln i 4irJ \" {ro' .
f ....... .. \>. ,1'' ; eboaTf' ..' 4PJorJcf. ,. , f ;: other garments and fnaterials.jKe pmeatAllDade,to the; state 'Xfer stock Is macJe"from''''Ifl'tIM; best' ", "" 1Tld4"} ."", I1fcfVv< i '
Now 't W.M" psrdea .
Tit Fle ..
.at and cuefDJq and .1 .u..Jf
, :' 'Tbcar. you wen' .a flfty; dofle pItaL *''. ). '... ,. ..", . eaJ'',.t.e. elfor, O c."rden.. .. for. earIoad ex caPtlonaUy god a.4g'ti : s' "<>
\ . .... s'i(
: L -1 dML, And Iban already loaned .h. -; " '.__...n' ''' '&''' j.. ; i+t
7 f oat $106. aavwted r20O Ja achemea. acidallioated""ss.1100" I
t. W -. wort*." *f.T other.

, I;; STANFORD OMPANYr t 'frinda.''*;'I>ttobajrg. ,PoaX '. ,. . Z'INE; : : .-

{. '. > .... k DecI....Treske..F . DlrIQN: 25tENfS! ; JA1 .

or', 1-1'X': -w.. ,1" 4i.. 't.v., \\o+r < Bldbbr-borrow.. n to the,aorttow pf Ni i t- k twytitlr"otH ?iv

-N .. ** .. ; S" J ,who la always looking.for trovbte.. ; 9fe:tuWnhtva: f'erecoties!: : the'$pecial.Magazft I '
a '
; '
fc, .?! jjfi'r -, n r t - J V- f : ,, ,.n'VT< > ', >\?. t. Jobb--bh;' T'9ot know... H*'iswaya'laxjdl.'to \ t 6oW"Jefore) 'the ,'. &ttr ; \\I!> I P;v!,thti'galleytq; >Je'ieoolycut>OdJ.1it( !,!i.s. $

drsflltdelpMii f.p.t 'credltat.- .. .. 9 ... . ,J'. a11 'CODe., ..F14etfsouvenir .oEPIorids.;.O'c.oJ& Cowit
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r \j.3gi e.8))__ __ .. .THE KISSIMMEE V A'LLEY.. GAZETTE_ ,, .... ' '" .' Pccctiibcr 1.: Jt ''J

h'" .r : J' ; BUT'' .,. "" I -; :-- Order 6f : ';..r' ;1


f CItsifII. 1 Db.* Clronll l fo' ,

: Then the Realised 'What It Really Advertisements rirouli Chancery. Oweola* County, 8totsgtk' ;.

for pver-lhe-Sea Railroad"'Celebration Meant te B* Blind. Of jSpecUj. l! Municipal Election. H, andasaliMtallpennna. C St.iinEor&oompiainant olalmtn K/fani '

"HVera you ever blind for an entire I under the said a. .. Merrill or'isa, :1 !
aptey( West erenlnc of your UfWblln4 la tbe midst tTod.r'n4 .trotted aialnii* all oilier persons, other tb.
Advertisements. are inserted under this head at the rate of S Ceats by virtue of the authority sIov. known and named parties 01.11.
: ; . FiJa. Nov...SO -Plans for of a Jolly' company 'Who were sewing In m. by this following Rxaoiutlon of thaCoun. la
Key West.- and per line' each insertion:' ell of the CUT of KuafinmM. ,ucwlt Inlereat In the. property \bi d.rb.
cbattmaand dldll'tIA' the defendant
LI the 'Over-Sea Railroad Celebra least : .
great A RESOLUTION._ To cli whom may coeernl' .
)' tion-are beginning to assume definite realize your pUgbtr asked ., social, 'Resolution pry Ii anpearinS from the bill of ooupls1a5 c
worker recently.- iThat was what MISCELLANEOuS( the City of Klailmina, of promlxanry note In In this canw that there are persona lows.
.-1 npe,' and the"official program. will b, happened to not : I ,FOR. SALE., a certain amount 10,. th* purpooa: of ooiitraot- die.tlo the property| Involved I Inthis- ."l.oU.
me' 10111.1(0, and >1.ot'.Dd
-- Ing a loan for the use or aald City for the purpoaeof the known dele" 'ba'h
announced in a few days, moat say it.was a moat uncomfortable' WADE the tuner: Orlando. - paring, grading and-' u"IID"lrtaio ot.luch putaona an luterlteted .
'Some of the feature. already determined FOR SALE-Thoroughbred BulOr. atrveia In the .aidCley, and for the bml..lo"ot "Sown to the l'UI.I.ln.ot and Iha1.f li:;
b experience. ,,- sympathize with per- pington egg- Gee. A. Gilbert.. 33ttA AlTED-The sweetest thing out for the qii '.tlon of such laananoe ton election prayed In saId bi "ompl.lut l.aDI' el.a
!r ; on are th. reception and .enter sons who hav lost their sight/ now as of the qualified elector of the aald Oil*.
.Th.rVfoi:1S5IS '
President Taft and the your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy Wheraaa, It lathe' Intention of the t.ounoil. !!?! l thai all pe. .. .
: Uinment of I never did before. PAIR of. good gentle work, horses fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug undue the'provisIons of Chapter tan: lAws of log .n interest I" sod to tbe fo\olo. del' "$

1 representatives of the foreign powers,, "You see., 1'went b"can upon a for sale cheap. Ross Graves 26-tf Company. 83-tf Florida. Act of. lull to require the property ftd riy. situate' la Lb..ouol 0(oel. .
. .. . owners abutting certain atreeta or parts of State 01 Florida to-wit: V'I
-- ------ ------- -
L a4 weD ft Senators, Congressmen, Gov- young gir from my home town who ia atreeta. within the City, to .pave!, grade and curb 67 let-i South and 47 dev 1 .1
FOR SALE-A 5-room ottae. FOR fresh fish I '
new the Rult Bass
) officials. berne educated, In a private institution phone the, same. ofTffe"WeSt'corner 01 Iot. In ''1
and other
: errors For .information/ call -at Methodistparsonage. Market, No. 189. 19-tf And Whereas, The City will have to hear the iiouth Kallroad omp.n,'. survey of .""
''A royal welcome will! also be ejtend- for the tlnd> near here I bad been to 44-tf entire coat of such improvement. at the Interactloaa I the Ilorio... ';lty. and rnnnln Booth ',I

J, see her before, and so I was preparedfor : GET Hi: N. BRATTON to drive your of the AU.....,and one-thirxl of tbe-oo 47 *nnrree .:"1.1 feet North. dc' **. East 6 ,J.;
ed to Mr. Flagler upon) his arrival on of the remainder of such the'' feet; North 47 ".reVet, Ml feet South 41Id.
the way her companions crowded FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs artesian wells. 43-tf rblC J.'iit. :: of
first train into Key Weston other two-lhlrdi to be i greea V. em fto feet being a part of tot 4, 80' .
: the through about me. felt my clothe. my bands male and female. Apply to H. W. property' owner. lion two CJ.ii.' In Townahlp t."ot-I. ':'

: January: 20. and shy face and remarked everythingI Boice VIne St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf : FOR dressed poultry I phone the RnH Ami. wbereaa.. In order to provide, fnnda topayfor : (JAI I 1'1' Range t".enty-nln bill, ((211) I. dl ,t
I Bass Market. No. 189. the City* Droportlon of anon Improvc.I I anlHwrtn tho "OII.I.II..C" comrl.1ot
'An immense fleet of United States bad on, saying, 'How becoming her 19-tf ment. It will be neoeniary for tb.City contract ,I I bul'uUi-Sled. on or for.lh" Rule ,'"
: FOR SALE-Fifteen acres in orange a loan for such and to-wll. the r>ih day of FVibruary.-trt-
to pl""o.ho
I I'.H2.
assemble purpose ruary
and foreign men-of-war will hat Is-bow pretty she loots! and so and grapefruit trees, five miles from 1, MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine at the fund.. credit and properly ol acid OIL)' fur the I the sail hil 111e' taken aa coufeesedI "i'f

Iri:the harbor and take part in. the t es.tivities. on. Nor was I surprised* when m; Arcadia and three miles from Noca- Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf redemption of aunh loan I I It I. ,'. that thin order be pub-. ..,
) And. whernaa be rot of the Clty'a ahare of I llnhfil a wwk for tWelve ( 12)) couU.* ,
;i The night illumination of this' friend conducted me through the classrooms tee. W. H. Funk. 46-tf : Onl't ,
WOOD auch proposed street linprovemeut (H oBtliuatcd '| "tH>k. In the Kmklmmcu % alley Oaaett, aI \
fleet Will be one of the spectacu'Jar -' pointing out tbe new .work and ; per"strand $1.25; five strands at Twenty-five Thonnaod <':!.'>.(kMI) (Ml) Dollarn. I I ui-u anaiwr f"bl.h.Iu ",l'l Onccola out, of .
) great 1 575. Kjss.immee Lumber Co. 29-tf Therefore, of l count ,
FOR HONEST and square deals in all Be It Keaolved y the Couuoll general CIII.IOI II.< ,1
displaying some One lace work she bad
p sights of the celebration.. I the city of Klralmmee. w unfit II I. 1'ricn. Ju started that topugb kinds of real estate call on or write faction I. That under and, by virtue of tho j an t the 'i-
morning quite as .1,1 my 1..1
''l Contracts have. been made for fivedays W. H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf_ "PLEASE do not call at the tarm for power vented In the City of> Klanlmmee. bv Bee- ofllrlHl' of tin' court IAm., thin 'be.o(1.04 ;
of aviation with Lincoln Beachey, abe could see It all. I-vegetables; you will find them on sale tlon tiNKI of the Unnerat Statute" or the Slate' of |1'11 i| ]' AH1IIUR It. DONKIOAIf A .t' '
"But on this visit, for tbe first time, FOR SALE-Three-room cottage on i at the grocery stores. S. B, Ault- Florida, the City shall laaue IM five promlaiiorynotea J[> ( li-rk of iheOlrcullOoart.By . 1
i.1 who holds the' American'altitude record Hughey. street (Lily's addition), lot I for the aggngite aum of TweutyflveThouaand Ki.iriBEiii JwflNs1'ON; D. C. i"
I :;
was Invited to stay for supper and man. 42-tf (IMH 7oii;,) DollarK. to be alylcd F.'Knbl.. wllollor frcoiupiainant.i2j.
1 as the star performer, and another spend the evening with the girls t 50x150; five blocks from the court A'riM-t* Having NOUMI." of the denomination of ( . ),
birdman of almost prominence house. Price $650 cash, for quick MION BROS.-First class tile and Five Thousand 11-,000.001) Dollar each dr.w'1IIIIInie..t. t
equal was delighted to accept the Invitation sale Apply on premises. 45-ltpd cement work. Home office. 928 payable the ratee Order of Publication.' :'
will appear with him. and enjoyed the meal. which was served -- Candler Building Atlanta Ga. All ala per ceut. reftneciVAly from date of ...miuanne
9 II A'monster parade made up of representatives by sighted waitresses In .a well TREES AND SltR BBERY. For work guaranteed. R. Mion, SviPU!:; 48-2t follows : 01,. note In one year one. not lit In circuit the,Circuit lu and court fur of Oaeeola.COUUIr,8taWof the Seventh JudlolV ,I

lighted dining But after --- -- .-- -- .-- --- two years, one not lu three yearn. one note in '
'Y of the army, navy mariner room. that fruit trees, ornamental trees or shrubbery -- four i Florida. In Chancery. .'M ;.
and note In and tho I 1'
national guard,' naval militia and my experience came. W$ walked from of anv kind, write W. R. Speer I PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline : Inbirtatand yearn principal one payable five yearn lu gold or heequIvalent R D. \\ srin. Corpl.ln.nt.l) &>* }'

.corps tbe dining room Into dim balls, and as Orlando Fla.. and get prices 34-tf fires. Get one for your launch auto In the office 01 the Tcaaaurer ofaulCity. Mllllam J. Ormn.; s'S. J I'rberl'I 'I'- tr 4
floats of various civic organizations! will Said notea to be twined for the pur-
we mounted tbe stairs to the sitting or garage and be safe. Sold by Geo. i.rci-u, otto F >Mnk [ Bill to Rmo1''I'
be another notable feature. FOR SALE-573 acres of land orvLakes i N. Saunders, agent Kissimmee. 37 poaaot paving. trading and curbing certainatnwta and "0.0. other than >4'loud* :I"
i In aald City, and the lundA room we walked Into utter darkness.
I nampd parties Title. vjFlclalmlnii
and Russell. E. J. the
There will be balls shows, Tohopekaliga of .eld city to be pledged for the redemption I "' "
; '. banquets I began to envy my friend. wbo (ripped Brown Kissimmee Fla. 48-tf I of aaid notes. an Inler..t In the. r"" i

,' boat race., baseball !games fishingtrips lightly by my side while 1 could __ _____ ___ __ .n AN intelligent person may earn $100 Bnctlon II. That an election be 1i..I .
excursion. to the adjacent keys only grope my way awkwardly. OnceIn FOR S'ALE-On account 'of illness I pers.monthly No corresponding canvassing. Send for newspa for early be submitted dale practicable'lo the elector which* of theqiifNiloiito ald, City I't appearing. fll by amI1< appended.. atate4 to the thatthe bill "'

l and to points of interest hong) the the sitting room I felt for 'a chair am breed to retire from business, j I ticulars. Press :Syndicate: B 2245 par. having scull I of the the quallflc-ationa General: : Btatntei preaenhfxl of the by 14t.4.-et Section I I' of complaint dfi.idant are non ri-aldcnM. ol cD.* 8t .!

Over-Sea railroad fire works, and the and dropped Into It. waiting for tbe and am offering the Home Bakery for i I Lock-port. N.Y. Florida. chill be the luauancc of Kalii flrepromlaaory l of Florid, whonv rolilence In unknown, : .Swho
sale. New stone baking: room and I no''''.. And the ahall forthwith are all over tlie pig.of twenty one yeara. ,
i. uaual carnival attractions besides a lights I to be turned on. But tbe laugh la. .. hi. prorUmatlo-i Mayor for ...'1 nli-cllon.\ It I. therefore ordered that the ti'.tIrn5Idenbdefiut.nti. '
large oven just'added to plant. A. u .
I '
ter and the chatter went on unconcernedly SEE King Quality shoes before and shall give -, the .1,1 \Illiam J. i.n-nn. .J Hue.bert
,grand exhibit of Key West manufactured Smith. 48-tf buying acid: publln .noth5nf-4.auie by publlabluic <,rM-n and Otto NHukrlnian. bnandtbr'arc :
proclamation In three cona-euilve
fish turtle about me. and after a few Cash -Store. 1-tf liMuefl ( hereby rr'III.,1| to appear" td the bill ofcomplaint
/ products sponge: -- of a newspaper publtHhed In the Raid "
minute. It dawned that FOR SALE-Twelve and. filed In UilHrannH on or' blo.* the .
upon me lights acre orange try mediately prior to the date of the acid I
; 4 curiosities 'and historical relics. lit, of I'll othcrulae '
.marine FOUND-An open faced gold walch. election day JaAunry. J.
were not la an Institution, grapefruit grove, about three miles of said bill ill lie t.ikmi ,
.The celebration will begin on January necessary Owner can have same, by calling at Section III. That the form of the ballot to I I'be ( an confeaaed. '
Will ,
from railroad.
Kissimmee on Kald dxlonilanu:
for the blind<< at night that tbe sitting u.dd.I ald election ahall! be.ubctanttaflyas '
i ; 'd "SO an-i continue until February 3. ; sell at a bargain. Address W. H. this office, proving property and pay- foliowa : t II 1 li further .I..r. that title order b* .bt
; ( room was no darker for those girls Arnold Kissimmee Fla. 41ifFOR ing: for this notice. 44-tf ))1.he,1,, oner a ... elffbt consecutive 'I''I'00. J
1 Official Ballot Note the KlHHinimee Valley c.aaelte. a.
then tban It-fcad been all through tbe Municipal I I'rcirnUwrr" *wayvpatmr \"l i
FjectonA.. I In wald and \
: D. 1VI- City of Klxlmrnee. Im"llho County Htat* i iIhll
had LOST Strayed or stolen. Yearling .
; beautiful. Sunny day I enjoyed no tank '' Flortoa. I Octolier 1"11"
XMASJRANGESPrices : much. As my eyes grew a bit accustomed SALE. -Windmill and good' heifer, dark brown, showing Jersey VakA! a croai (X ) mark before the question r'VAI. A DnMIOAH. ;
as new. Mrs. C. V. Bearden. 37 tf I mixture on legs and head nu marks of your Choice '* Clrk o :irrult Court. ;'
4 .
'I. to tbe darkness I could perceive -- - 11T KIJ/.IIITII Jmt' V "tt
jf.ruit that tbe girls bad drawn their FOR SALE-5-acre truck farm with I or brand. Reward for informationthat ''Vote for One." (I. F. Krlblm Solicitor for 'T".p.C)'
;c of fI Will Hold will lead to recovery. Inquireat "
"For Notes
4-room house railroad I'ronaiaaory ,I
fi chair up around mine and were busy ; near city on ; Gazette office. 44 tf '

1'j Through the Holidays. with embroidery and lace making as price$500 half cash. Ad re..Owner.Box 'Agaiuat FromuiAory. Notea Order of Publication. I

; _ 456 Kissimmee Fla. 45-tf _._
KING --- -- -- -- - -- '
Quality shoes for at Cash
men -
they talked. -
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I In the Court of the seventh Judicial 1, \
rl..ul '
: "ll"l fully believe we will not have the "And for tbe rent of the evening I --- -- Store. 1tfWlLtT Section IV. Should the cc anco of aaldprommaory Cln-ult 11 for O,.reoia county.. Slat of I IFlorida.
FOR lot two blocks .
SALE-City 70x93 '
usiial and that' tiotea be .uthorlaud b'lb.< requlre.Imei.rty |I J In Chancery, -5,. >
c4 slump this year, we sat there let .. .. 1
trying nut to my blind- I from postoffice. Address Box 126, EXCHANGE land lessTtharTamile .oi. than said | romlM>r- notea '"

, see.:%fine prices on good fruit right up to.Christmas. DelIA fret me. not to appear stupid i iI Kissimmee; Fla. 36tf from the center of Zephyrhills ahall be .lamitnt according to low without' daisy, I 11.. /1.olol. complainant., v. J J. Merrlll''i-. "
cud the Council hhall. forM aurh' Umiancc. .101 i.nll.I..lml..O( an inteee4,
; 4 ." says 'The Lancer,' in I when tbe girls forgetful of my affllo. for a small automobile. Mn. Summers .provide by Ordinance for the rvilompllon, ol .11"1.1 J. J. Merrill'or otherwlaa. SIaifflli'Bt '

,; ' Florida Grower. "Ths Florida ojanC4 tlon. held up their work for my Inspec FOR SALE-Choice lots in W. H. Far- Lakevlew Cottage, South Kis- said 1 notea at m.iurlt.Dd for thepaym.nt all other p"rKonx. other, than' ..'
interest aame. above known and named rlalmlUL a 4 TV
s mer's addition to Park. '
Prospect simmee. "rtl. i
< never were better or more full ofjofce tion. That was tbe time I realized 46-tf W B. MAKIShOM. interest In the property, doacrIb.d4 .
what It really U to be blind"New These Iota are some of the moat desirable President of Conpcll of City of Klailmmeo.J. defendant. ,*f ,
than they are this year and sat- in the city and are sold on ANYONE anywhere can tar't" mail It appearing by affidavit appended to theblllY '

'tailed customers will 'surely call" formere. York Press. easy payments. Buy at once, for order business at home. No canvassing. R 'jlIBEBT.Cleric of <;lty. of Klanlmme. of the complaint filed are lu above ataled of the cause, thfy

:% ,' The California crop' is later than l they are selling fast. Flowing artesian Be your own bos*.. Send for free Approved tola 23rd day of November. A. D. det.Dd.11, wb.. oo".ldoD...... lIakoowo.aud wbJ.1
Civilisation I water can be obtained at a little b oklet. Tells how. Heacock A 2144, 191\. are all over the aae; of twenty-one years.
usual, and there/wtll be no sweating of W. H.. Farmer. 41-tf H. C: STANFORD, It la ib.r..for ordered thai the non-realdntf'' t
A depth. Lock
N. Y.
." Japanese diplomatist: Is said to port.
<*uit this yeari'' It I. predicted that Mayor ofCity of Klailmme I *. del"o . alt J. J Merrill ."t <
J 'J .IJ "
have exclaimed: "For 2.000 years we I. R. Clay Stanford. Uajror of Mid Cat,. do one claiming ,IntereSt under the ,
there"will,, not be'over 1.000 cars shipped kept peace with the rest of tbe world IF YOU want furnished rooms for BOARDERS WANTED ; the day OA hereby proclaim and declare that a spinal election Merrill to, b* and bill they are herebv required tin to oacuIl sp-' ,
'/rota South. Callforttagtbiavyear house-keeping wrIts or call .y, wsl ; 'tllce rooms with open firepla- I of the auallfUd! *k etara of said City will be bekI ; pear the of complaint file this
: m up -and were, known te It bat by tbe mar- m I at thaCttv Couacil Chaanber la bald Cnjr. during oa or before the lu cT of -January 1912 Mf,,
W. H. Farmer;.''The Square Dealer? insT reasonable rates.; Bin. E. E. the boara. af _.. 19 of wfae bill will >
\tecbrlstmuu. ; against 3,000! to the vela of our deMcate ethereal 1 art and raa-lar o* the dar De- .. ae..ltln. aat. "
Kissimmee, Fla. 44tf.I Hilton, Broadway and Brack, streets. _.._. AW I I. upon th. .iuaston of eon IfJ""
: //.20th of, December last season Withthe the finely wrought productions of our' 49-tf traetin a loan of Twentr-Av.Thouaaad
,. 't, 'Florida Rood condition and ingenious handicrafts and we were ; (10)) Out...... in the form of fiv. (.>) protnlanrynote llahed once. w. eight (X 9) oonaooutlvv.rwaoka ( '
In the Valley tiuette, *i,
't FOR SALE-Two yoke well broken oxen amah fof the etna of five Thousand (16.1100.11I1) .- II.lmm.
; .. -'withthe big adve'rttsirigjeanpaign now accounted barbarians: But from tbe J. W. Miller. 46-tf WANTED-Lady or gentleman to demonstrate Oollara. and to plado th. fund, credit andDroperty -. newspaper county and ateteJTrhla .
; and take orders in Kissim 214th day of October 11111. -3f
c4 the for th /
City redatnDtloa of acid
which made *
day oa we war on
:-i 't'e'on it only reasonable to [ISeall] ARTHva K. DOKCOAH. *** l
seems mee for fast selling .brticle $1.50 a nta; the promiSe of acid not** to b* expended
,. '" nation and killed many thousands of DO want a cheap Florida farm? 30 In the pavtnc. rending and curbing of certain (;/erk. of the Circuit Ls ".<
t you
*TOH. D. .*
up to Christmas tlme.1IThej oar adversaries yon at once admit our acres fenced and cross fenced; 10 acres hostler need apply. Call in eveningat pionataaory noU* to b* iaaued upon' the G. F. __*_bbs. aoltoltor for compUluant. i |
claim to rank civilized nations.", muck trucking land 60-peach trees = \
among ; Farmer cottage. 49-ltpd and In the manner sit forth in seMi Ro
j,Bfchanga has, been .steadily winning On reading the foregoing In the Java just beginning to bear; I 5 bearing'pear \ lutlon. / Order of Publication; i P,

,'. j-eyipr since It came .into existence, and Tlmea we are reminded of Professor trees; strawberries, blackberries and SHIP-your produce to G. W Judy & The followin to! ....... .qualified._...Iactore.of acid special. hereby. __appolntil -'- ,'In th. Clicult Court of the Seventh 1

da'ptlll winning., It won a.lot for good Kenny' story of tbe shipwrecked mar- raspberries;, 5-room house, new barn. Co., Tampa. Fla. Write. them lor..,W. 8. Harwell. H. M. Pfann. and AJaX Davldaqo; circuit. In and for Onceola County, .udlc ,. .
the house surface well Inspectors and K. O. Vans florid. lu .
deep well at ; stenciL 43-tf aa A.aCIetk': : "
( pack the'"rat year, and it won slot for iner who at dawn came across a with and gasoline engine for IrrigatIon : i In Wltnaaa Whereof I hav hereunto set ntrnandaa I ti. ".ror'Cmp'can".rf'C' ,
_[ pump UIt ..
14"1'_of said City and rauaed the <;rpon.te .
prices the next. gibbet and exclaimed. "Thank God. LOST-Old fashion gold cuff button.
purposes 8 head of cattle- Seal of Mid Cltjr to be hereto eIIixecV and the William J. Green. J. Herbert .
ZL. here ia a sign of clf'lttutloor'-LoodoD! of which are cows; 4 hogs, 70 Top rounding about size quarter of aame attested. br ita Clark thla t-t daoNovem- G.eo. Otto F Wlnkelman. Bliltolteniove' . .

Globe. chickens horse, wagon top buggy, a dollar. Reward for return to this ..... A. D. mi. / Al ,pr.o. other than the 1 cloud fromTKle. \4 ,\'
Seal H. C.STANFORD. aim- '
; office.: c .
49-11 I.rth.
J'' : A GOODLY LAND harness, plOW and harrow: 2 miles Atteat: GlLnERr..or V City of Klulmmee. In* an Interval In the property *-
; Mrs. Sum. >: H. .' In thin bill ,
A Clever Phr.*. from city; price, 3000. WANTED-To buy two good work dvirrltwd I>. j t- "i
Clerk City of Klaajtlimee.RESO teniantjt .l
Lakeview South Kisslmmee. -
In a small volume of humorous letters men cottage. :
horses. Send description of same to To all whom It may concern: -;
Jiiere'Conditlons Contribute to One's and poems one of tbeee the classic 46-tf. A. B. C., In care Of Gazette. 49-3tp It .p""atul from, thn aworn bi of r"Iala'f
; A died >e that there ; >11

'It'J,; Joy"of2Living.' "City Jeffrey of Prague Prowse. there by the occurs late William the FOR SALE-Lot 75x208; 6-room house WATCH for Miss Frances Bay's hand- Wh........ the Council baa thUs day concurrently er e.tml than In the the.>oPr'lnyo'.e>1 In",this anuS anlt that, o l jnamiMof "!,a

..... ceiled: barn, deep well; 12 young painted china Christmas at Mrs.Pierce's. adopted lUaotutlon entitled "A Revolution Providing inch penmna ao lutemautd are anknown "
following footnote to. the prefatory! for tbe laauance by the to the
,;Bad weather conditions over great memoir by Tom Hood the editor of grapei"ruit. some bearing orange! and .. 49-tf of Promlaaory Notea, In a Certain Amount for thePurpu.df li. said complainant Hill of C.nnpiainL.ijatn.sise, and that relief I'I'r.ed I 51
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-. pear trees peach trees, shade and I - Contractine- Loan for the U. of unknown ., '
. ..sections of the countryonce again bring Fun. referring to Prowse'a apprentice' shrubbery; price $900. Mrs. Summers ; A VOCAL TEACHER spending the said Cay- for the Purpose of Pavlnit. Grading la d..od.order* that all claim*'I' .!ji
I .. iicnona
home to the Floridian the conviction that connection with tbe Ayleabury News: Lakeview cottage South Kill'I''I winter here would take a few pupils ndX fpt' th*urblnv Subrniaaion., Itt Question. In the' acid of such City laau.anc and. 1"1 an Internal In ami to iho 10Iowlnldb'penJ. ', : .,

st'lsa. great thing to invest In'a coun- "I find among his paper a rough copy simmee. in voice culture. Lessons given one to an Election!: of the Qualf Elactore of .\.' situate., to-wlf.In the: Q1, ) A

try where the element of uncertainty is of verses for It about 'King Cllquot.; pupil in exchange for playing accor-. the be said paved City, In which and curbed. Tunnouthwem., the aouthweat quar-'j
&lr panjments hour daily. Address t graded are not ter of the .
an .11 nuartnr. anil lot four of
SALE-Five (41'
-' wind with this FOR passenger touring I TH.RKFOREBEIT 411t '
dated whIch
reduced to the minimum and the cli- up al"d"r': RELV- arntlon, twenty-fire ( )
land. G. F. office. 494tp <<: (21).10 townnhlp t".al.aye
car, or will exchange for COUNCIL OF THE (Z'sOlith) of >
CIY r f'
tn'atle :
conditions are most favorable to Parker. 36-tf. KIHSIMMEK: apfiear to theComp .iw"o".ellltI..4 .
-. .1 <* fair reaping of that which man has "Ilia courtier found him out at last beneath I LOST':A silK umbrella. gilt- handle. H ction. That should the laauanee saUl fivepeonslasory herein tiled, on or before the Rule day of Fob- J!
the table sunk. Finder please leave at Gazette office. notea. avaTrntiini die to wit,thafttn da) of *
,) ,"- &own. Problematically plofua.( but Indubitably FOR SALE-House and shop and 7| 49-ltp authoriaed Iwenty-flv by Thousand the qualified(t00 electora 00))of.O.ub rr'lll2 will be taken aa ,'nlI Feb.u.rl .' ;M
drunk. muck and beach land in Kissim I la further ordered that thin order b* pub1 .
,; acres
Looklngjover the entire country today.., the apoclal 1 election to be proclaimed by the Mayor tIthed .
It ia evident that here in this "It .. not every lad of twenty who mee Park. Windmill tank, and water BIG BARGAIN-House and lot for sale uade acid lUaolutlon. thia 4
sunny to expend the o..n.
can pen as neat and smart a line as in the house. Cheap. if sold quickly. cheap for cash; lot 64x100 feet with p..ol foUowlna nlo the pang paper pUbtb..< In said Onceola County of '.0' 1 1tral
Southland the rewards horticulturist atreeta: "
of the F. S. Cahill. 47-4t-pd beautiful 5-room' bungalow, with bathroom "Inl.n crbl. In acid County. \
the .
L are more certain than anywhere that last. -London Chronicle.Pope. plumbing in in a good Coaat Line rh l.w. Wltne-a J.m. w. .o.kl. Jnilg of aald :M
'4 roughed ; At"nto Street betw aalm Stt Circuit COl' and m .. Clerk thersofand \,. < *'*
r else In the country. One will search in FOR SALE-A canvas top delivery location and good neighbors; house is On..Hundred and Fifty ((150) f A..n..n Stew the \ of said Court, this llth day ofjl 'f>
InitIals.Alexander with hard oil will Wei October. A. D. 1 11. fy
the world'around for another waion for sale at a bargain; lettered plastered, art Avenue Broadway Avenue '
rrain! place, [recALl 1 AHTIItlH D : ) -
Pope was a victim of his to suit E. L. Green Box' sell either furnished or without furniture cad Brash Street. Brick 'U"b Broadway Clerk q '&A
purchaser. of Circuit COurt'
where mple reward of energy and In4ustryis Initials. After the publication of the 139. Phone 60. 47-tf ;located Hughe street acutE 'Street and and Via the Street. of the Brack ByHyz.aivH JONnaTOicDJ. It ,

coupled\ with so much, climatically Dunclad one of tbe pests enemies. I and Bermuda avenue, west in Lillie's. Una J rhl--w.1' between Atlantic cI.o O. F. Krlbbn. hoiici.or. for CmplaD.Dt 48-125' ; .

't with the Joy of living. who bad suffered a severe trouncing FOR SALE-My stock of groceries, addition. Call and see property or =Ruby. Avenue between Broad -" ,0

In tbe satire declared that If you took confectioneries and store fixtures m" write Box 121, Kissimmee, Fla. 4n-Ht Notice of Executor for. -Final---- 'I' 'f

}/ .:" What It Would Mean. the initial letter of Pope'a name and J. A. Lancaster's building, Broadwayand 49-lt Discharge. ; "
Application !
fonf'inal ,
', to a secluded nook: they sat enrronnded added tbe final letter of his surname Main streets. Good reason for I FOR RENT Discharge .
' had been selling. M., Ia Court 0 the ronntjr Iwln. 8tat In CUrt of the County Judge, State ol
% with palma. He you. bad bis character. The "Jest" r\KaUt 0 F tele of M.rtha. deo.a.I J
0' "Q. !
tmsalac softly for ten rnlnntea. I caught OD.'. and to"4738 appeared a FOR fir. and a half.' DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Til S> D ad, Oaoeola C000t,. i '
'I Notlo. la )ti-abe atvao. *> 'U| w'bom] It Notice hereby given lo all It
may eonJanuary. m*,j
understand what It Alexander in bearing in good ler. bo
c' .,fBat .40 yon pamphlet entitled "Pope acres orange grove curs. thalAn th* 10th .. A. D. Ocra. that on the 10th day 01 A. Dai "
would mama If I ware to gtva yoU such Supremacy and Infallibility Exam condition, near. railroad.. Reaaonble ROOMS TO RENT-Either single oren I shall apply .t price easy terms. Will exchange ;for JodawofInaJ H3. Probate, f Parker, 0. .. Judge of Pro-i)
eolltalre b. asked to this o .u'e Cr.
.1 beautIful riDer 1ne4.Tbe frontispiece DOW O. Meek. ,suit; suitable for light house "aa the _tots *f bat, for of Ihfviatateof
to R.
;r ;>eMyBb : forgotten pasquinade represented Pope city property. Apply' keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simp- Tim* .. and that 4t the """*" "" 10.1. .. "eutl ; and

:, ; *> tbsncbt "'did, bat abe wanted !D. tbe form of.** ape., with .hi* bead 43-ltp, son. 3-tf will said p_Meant t. .lo_thenl ... _: that at th aa* aam. & of said and, my ask analaocounta for\',I i u

t' Jt ,to b.arbluieai the blsassd words.41wbatr resting oa .bin band. and.:bla elbow, FOR SALE-Red York Cabbage plants HORSE FOR SALE Se R. E.' >*ted > their "eu&r .tt
or hla worka. .' in number to aG. OO.- This cab- A.O Sr ... Dated r br 10th, A. D. 1911. ",
: abe e cNId. placed npws. pile. owq. any op .. Sewell, at Porter A: Son's store. 48tf __ a. o. MMK.: '
bag brings twice aa much In the market '
rn'.YOaI4 maoa that I abaald havto FOR'llE.NT.-Nteety furnished 4fl-lmoSrao KseetMorl ,

'fr : ; > w..,. old etotbeai for a :year and UT* Taking Every f NM.tII. -. Price aa of any planta other, $L5O cabbage per thousand.grown. with or without board, with private rooms, Application for F tischarge.In -_._-- -_ .,ti". ,,

q!, r ,W fre*-Inncbea.v .- a tate of convalescence West J. F. O'Berry. 4d-2( family, on Church street. Mrs. Kulp. Court of to sinty .. Sis o Notice j" .
Fd of Administrator.
14; ? .; :.C&Tbam ttey ratarnad to Ue reception Ptiiladelphla man became 1 tnmgry.Wben.hl 88'tf' o.e, Oa'J I. .& a ('r,

(.,. :. 1a1tdbtmths FOR SALE-R. L Red cockerels, pure Notlc to to au I; In Court of th* COal'Dd..8ta\ol Florida.: ."
,.......-. physician 9 ; ereby m It lor* Bat.W PS' ,
.. rT; ; '. strain and double FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms,. that IY day .f Caea 8r"
;, man *ald.' "Doctor. lm aar hungry asa. single comb eight oocr 1 rl A. W oeaaed,Oaoeola -i'." i
:*,months old. Price 11.00.ach. Ad- city center. Address, Box 128. Kisalmroeo 1913 .0.1 apply t U Honori Motto la hereby glva, to all j- "
4\;; DWirt Have .. ... bear,: bat ;from what. you. i tell ; me'....Jmustat ..tdre** E. A. Lankford. city. 49-ltp, . Fla. 36tf i V.aa sir u o Pr OD thai oa (h* 18th day ot .lOI'1 11 .

: 1'''' B,btirbaalb* vuppoa this to eat anything.X:,.; ".;.' '1'-- .T"Quite ." lb. _.* ol U dlh., .. Se shall apply to the .*_ :
'I. .. J: Jod of said
', ? 1DIJIt. my.Ukla :MeDel ,TDIaP ., OO'I'Net."I'' ; replied, tbe pbyal- FOR SALE-Forty acres, all enclosed, Honda Maps. that at th* aara Um* I pm .--my finalata.nd bate, dlachargV Coart,aa a**Jade dmi.81

y '"J '(wfth4nt. ) _$ots: ,.. data wbo la inclined to be eomewbatabsjentmlnde&rand 21 acres in cultivation; IS acne in 'Upon receipt of 28 cents at the Valley ask acoounai for .al.lut. of of lb.Ur r ttbsztnu'A. $ *
e* th. trill
** at acme tTm I
) ;
It 'I reckon mlater.; tact be sect above ererytUn fruits 1,000 bearing DsstOc5 Z/A. D -Ivll.
'' I'; taste *. ; orange Ga>*tt .office a pocket map of Florida fc. my ._ aeooanta Admi.btraBi'
r' ,? ( "Til. band **> a nve dollar note It' ye else to-chew. tt thoroughly". 100 loqaata. 90 -.CatUy' guam 200 will be mailed to any address in the 44lmomo rator. .Dated tat*,and aak t,bl apr ,:' : .

A : prev' any or ..y,cow* .woa evr. ',Philadelphia* Time, > Florida >ruavas,< 2Q bearing pear United State W. can also furnish I jan .A NI B,CAOL'

wi bddog.-I'uck. .' -' "..'t 1zt 1-' j' treeav'25. bearing peach treea 1 bearIng map of Oseeola county at $! each and Notice of, Executor' Mac a m- m. _"
; apple tree I bearing tree .r
; pecan -
'J"I' u er' Idem ef H.7 wlU be triad estimate on sectional "
m.PIof .
Court of UK fcounty state

,. '.' fl :, I \ A:) 'J/5.?,f" 'Hass' #rafnl.; 1....b.M I' ..:.*My. friend the architect. ** 0 hard' grove limes and 8 grape, lemons arbors, covered. also. pineapple blackberries anr Kind. I ola In re CounSloIfo.ialimvebj1vento Batata- D Temple A"d.1". fd Iriorlda., Oao* N tlce of Adminliirttfln: :'
\ ':,. f',1f' 'ODe dm''t a isaoarcefnl 'wman t* Job. on bi*.ba d*.. :.,"....'?>: 4 rHe .' .Seven-room house and large "'I ) all w may"Vai Ia Conrt Conntr Jadra. "S of.J4 tmreaUlataolSMlUO. < 'e

"' . rl1... y M who can'ataod bar famOy akeleonjor ''Wbtt.tlaat, packing house-: Price. (9.000; oner eoooara.J. I ahall thai apply oa to th the* lat HomorabUl day of I MIII h fr *U Ooanty. >- .', r . -'' ,) .w

"' ;J.j 1'.t.. ... t'of*t 'VaIoCI* 'nsk, .,_- baa ia Heft cMtootef.wbo. want \half cash; 'tern $ on balanoa. Lea One ;.Per her.Judge of said Court, aa Judge Iforanaalwfanharc Pro'bau Motto, la b.blo to. aU *tem it IMJ,) .'

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I. ,{ '. 'TJlE.jussDlXnBt'V: tLEY'' GAZETTE December 1'1,19Ui ''11' 'Fl ;
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j l Originality' Not Considered a Virtu. In .Performed In Town Squares With the )PHYSICIAN :I SU'JIGFONOffice lag builders in Kissimmee and tI.. l '-
the Mikado's Land. I. :Crudest'' Kind .f 8o nry.. surrounding country that, I nave p )

: Tnq position, of literary men In ,Ja !, 'Prom the beginning of the pageantin over Osceola Residence Pharmacy d3'Office succeeded in getting brand the agency Cherokee -

pan dlffeei: In many especial respects the" 'old mystery and miracle plays P ONESl: 148, for the Cement well known Plaster. It will go ......

IVw from hat ;'which la accorded writer .of ,Abe twelfth century to, the elaborate " farther make a harder wall and
w ,of prominence in:,the western world and highly artlstlc-prodnctions-of . .'- ..-'- -. ....__. ",-c better-.wall,_ spread e.asler.and. : 51
wrltea Papl 8. Reloacb in. the North the twentieth ts indeed far.cry. Not give better satisfaction than any .

American Review Individuality. only was the work of Abeae'early ac,. W'.L. WINN other brand made. Every sack
of'-literary 'fame-1 nd"literary,personality tors.far below modern hUtrlonlc standards guaranteed. One million dollarf i

In its .various aspects have not but the stag setting, although PHYSICIAN- r I backs up guarantee $15.00 ton 4 '!; 't
been developed In the orient to nearly i the most complicated effects were attempted tRniOKNCB p Ind tulUtr. }y."
; tb* same extent aa In the west. The was of the crudest The mysteries P+ONB 33 KUSIMMBE. :8. DICKERSON, Cintuclor< J
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great books to wblcb men return again were performed In. the town 'i .' '
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Pltu gItF. and again for guidance and Inspiration squares on two storyscaffolding.. I - -

bare been written thousands of years. Saints end angels descended from .G. THOMAS NI' ".Atll4k.. !

and those men wbo earned fame thereafter above on very visible ropes. The flood f r'"MTtt': ; .l 'fReal

won their laurels by writing com- and the Red sea were represented by PHYSICIAN and SURGEON r' r
mentaries upon the classics. No merit a hole dug In the square and filled '

attacbed to originality Moreover. with water and so small that a row, = Estate Agency. IFVW -,. "t';
Office Phones and
74 Residence
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most writings were anonymaus Especially boat might only wltb difficulty turn : .............. ..<
If they were original was it around thereto.' Uere sea voyages ..a ..................

=-- advisable that the author should!, not were made from Marseilles to Pules DR. B. D. WIENENGA Realty bought and sold. .,. I a,. t'r

Pittsburgh Perfect'PWire make his personality too. prominent "tine with one shove of the oar. These VETERINARIANSTOCK tII Houses.rented. .. t.4q t.'

v is best all .through. While learning was always respected; were the properties. Irrepressible medleval TREATED FOR TaXes paid and Titles verified .. j..
Fencing authorship never bad the position In Imagination dM the rest. .
ALL DISEASES non-residents
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Japan and other oriental countries .
The mystery plays were dramatisations 4
The wire is drawn from special quality of and Accjdent InF
a open par Phone Z87Nlflht Fire Life
that It has enjoyed In the west from .
of the Bible performed by the Phone 182 ORLANDO, FEA. .
THE BEST hearth material-tough, pliable strong long lived '
+ down the surance.
the Greeks to
different trade of the
guilds town. .
WIRE like old-time iron It is the fineet fencing .
wire. The Japanese mind will excel In the each guild giving tbe part of the story tII Indemnity: Bonds r

.. wire possible to manufacture. future In many. directions bot the established as Its own by immemorial JR. N. L. BRYAN """. ..,....,.....'V"" ..n."" ..,.."" ,.W
Caivanizing Heavily galvanized i by our own new and perfect greatest: development may be expectedIn custom. The fishwives and prentices .

Perfect process, the wire is positively moisture-proof.. those activities for which racial from all tbe country round thronged DENTIST ,',

, f' \ The fact that and social experience has best prepared into York or Chester whenever a pageant Squires Building TheHorne Bakery Man .:

r b All Stay Wire and Line Wires are Electrically WeldedI the Intellect. A strong but selective was to be given Royalty frequently New York Avenue ,+! .
realism In literature, delicate word graced the performances.- ST; CLOUD I FLORIDA ,
I only I eliminates the Weakening andmoisturegathering THE WELD pnlntlng. the successful search for From tbe Four Seas Takes this opportunity to thank I", :'

,t wraps, clamps mastery over the forces of nature a JK. J.V.. SIMPSON the good )people) of this city for :...
and ties, but practically transforms graspof social" and political relationships their liberal patronage and would
P I[the fence into one piece of perfors -throe! are nmong the things we DENTIST.! also take this m<'mit t to<> Hay that

s + i stet Steel swtio.rr.A1s.e..w1.cLt ; i. No..* mn.v expect from: the Japan of the our limited facility for making t
Was Mary Stuart Who Set the *
Upstairs In Katz
: Watte'Wire There make useless ; future-_ goods will prevent (fin awhile) our d
No is no waste wire to weight Fashion For That Color. I u *. 12 m.
t instead, heavier wire is used and all the weight' Tbe majority of brides choose! white OFFICE HOURS: f f 1::30 m.J: p. m I general delivery; to all parts of the
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a NoWafteWeifht is fence. Stay wires being of the same size a* TACT OF AN ACTOR. when selecting their wedding dress be Telephone No. 7/1/ Jun 6, lvrsDR. city Quality and yarn ly will be 4 ,',
line wires, the cause it Is the conventional color, and maintained alwaj1- Our nice :
Coth.rn's Happy Thought and th. Un W. w. CARSON

k 4 "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence u the the World ruly Gallery Gods.It many always persons has been are of favored.the opinion As a mul thatIt HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS .'

; 73, Styles and sixes, adapted to every purpose-FIELD,1 wns In the year 1803 or 18<}4. DurIng ter of fact, it is of comparatively,. modem DENTIST Also HOT BREAD

I r'' FARM RANCH LAWN, POULTRY. the summer months Sotbcrn. will origin and hi most eastern coun Office over Cole's Jewelry Store ,
will be mornings and afternoons .
John T. and several other ready
Ravrnond )
EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERr tries pink la the color.
Office Hours 8 15 1-5
well known actors, occupied the local During tbe middle amTui the : and a nice variety of PIES Wand .:
ages Office phone 158 ,
theater of a seaside summer.resort to renaissance period brides wore crimson Residence 23 CAKE: Parties and Wedding ,1.
j W. B. Makinson Co. drew '
whit he and his company a to the exclusion of all other colon. a specialty.

houseful of people .several nights ID Most of the Plantagenet and Tudor TTi DERBYSHIRE, M. D., .
ii'-, Kiuimmee, Florida the week to bear and see them act- queens were married in that Vivid hue L. A. SMITH .a':

I rehearse It really was In preparation which Is still popular in parts of Brittany ,

for their next winter's New York sea where the bride is usually Special attention given to the DARLINGTON AVENUEBVRBER
of their treatment of Women and
son-the most Important plays
dressed in crimson ,_ --
i Tbe little building had of course a Children.
-- It was Mary Stuart who first changed
gallery and iri the gallery the "gods1' tbe color of the bridal garments At Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 11
became so obstreperous on occasions her marriage with Francis II. of 24-3mospd .

at'' if EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN 'ACHIEVES that It was wltb great difficulty the 11>M, which took place not enne h p. ButIe;
play could be proceeded with. before the altar, but before the treat r.A. VANS AOMEW W. ..CmAWFOBO' ,

d SUCCESS THE SAME WAY'- ringleader, a well known rough of the doors of Notre Dame she was gowned AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSAtLAW

town was a man named Bill Banra in white brocade with a train of pale VANS

BY SAVING MONEY ban. One night a happy Inspiration blue Persian .velvet six yards in length. SHOP
seized Sot hern, Baring learned the .
i Do you want to be successful Start saving now. Put your money in name of this prominent member of the in This the fashionable Innovation caused world of a that great time stir Office: 9-4,Vd Citlien. Dank Building t ,

CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEEwe rowdy element be addressed him. In It was not. however, until quite the Kissimmee Florida Cold Drinks &\ CigarsKissimmet :
noises'as '
i the midst of"the most unearthly end of tbe seventeenth century that I z
follows: "Mr. nsnrahan will you pure white-the color worn by royal. I. L. .001 H. D. uziOmMOON

be'good enough to take charge of the widows-became popular for bridal Fla .r ;6
1 have more Savings Accounts than any other Bank in gallery and keep order for rued I shall garments,-London Sketch. & GEIGER
3,1 Osceola County. "
'. feel very grateful ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice I
1' !ro: A-Savidp'Bllilk loaned FREE. U you haven't procured :The result was magical. ;BIU became o ".w.......' andthe Patent Office .

w+ 'I" one, do. so at once &.,' ' at once an official of toe theater The first patron of our patent system State Bank Building tIDrlller \

r 1\ .tr and as such cracked the heads of a was Thomas Jefferson who daring J Kl8eim, .ee, Florida Sprigg FlemingCLEANING

r Jt t Aaraoa,E.:1 DOHBOAM.! President. W. U, OJITOJf' Caahlw few of ale erstwhile fellow rioters three years gave his personal attentionto <

with such good effect that It was onlya every application for a patent. lie G F. KRIBBS

? little time before the best of order; used to call' the secretary of war and .

t y prevailed. _-. tbe attorney general to examine and ATTORNEY? AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA, PRESSING i .

t ] scrutinize wltb him. and they did It so DYEING s.4
A Matter of thoroughly that in one year-the first- Examination of Titles a Specialy. I'

.la a reason for everything. they granted only three patents. Tb! Notification and payment of taxes of REPAIRINGLeave :.,' ;c,
.Ten' a train news agents reluctanceto '' non.residents given careful ;, If I
very first patent of all 'was given to .
Tables'I pass through the cars with his Samuel Hopkins in .1700 for pearl ash attention. word at my house and clothe t 1' :.'

-Dining packet of newspapers first. A woman 'es. Mr. Jefferson held that tbe patent will be called lor and returned. ": t

i wbo bad traveled fifty miles out of system was not one for creating rev. ROBERT G. JOHNSTON
: New York before she bad a chance to
enue. but for encouraging a productionof Satisfaction Guaranteed
the afternoon she bad neg-
buy paper I
that which Is to be of benefit to the
herself with said to ATTORNEY AT LAWK1SS1MEEE
lected to provide
whole people. In the first twelve yearsa {
ChairsSideboards the boy wbo finally appeared with papers single clerk in tbe state departmentand

: a few pigeonholes were all that FLORIDALOUIS f ORIDA'REAL I [ESTATE fOR SALE f

"Why do you always come through
the business of the office required
first'wltb books and then magazines Beautiful winter home sites situatedin
: Then a Dr. Thornton took charge of It C MAS8BV. T. riCTON W..RLOWLate .
Ni and leave the until the toe. Lake Region o Florida. :
newspapers : ;
I and devoted himself" to it aq a bobby Counsel for JudK"f th.
lastr Florida R. R. C'omm. Criminal Court Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor

"Why?" exclaimed the astonishedboy. small tracts.
The Costr Girl's Plums & WARLOWATTORNEYS
2.t'- "Because It's business If I came MASSEY
Ostrlcb plumes are as much of a necessity . CITY PROPERTY '
through first with papers everybody to tbe London coater girl on ber AND COUNSELLOS I I .

would buy a paper and read that all outings as are the pearl buttons to AT LAW List your property with me for quick" 1.,

4 through the trip and leave me with all her masculine companion and the big Practic In all the Court of th. BtaU and at salts.
-r. Dining. Table, round, In polished'oak, center these dollar books and twenty-five cent the United State. also.,twfor the lorlda Railroad I Iyt.
a pedestal., extra leaves. Heavy and sub- trimmed bats with their drooping CommiMton. and the Interstate Commcro> t
stantial. Prlce..p magazine on my hands. -New York feathers are familiar In all gatherings Commlak H. M. Breaker &

r ,. '.\. Prejm. of this class. Many of the girl cannot 11.14 CBAB.LBSTON BLDG. ORLANDO. FLA. Co. j,

.. afford'to keep tbelr money tied up in 811 yr '
GettI"1I Rid of Fear. Box 178KISSIMMEE. FLA. : iI. i
Dining Table, square, five legs, polished oak, meant IaQto.1RestSoDrwrftea useless plumes. and there thrives a ,
,.II I. extra leaves .A neat and satilsactory, table. "What by brisk Industry in the hiring Of these
a correspondent. Tbe phrase) .
... Pricey $9 simply signifies self suggestion to good feathers The loan of a single plumefor W. S. HARWELL .+.OCA.2LISTER: t rKieeimznee'a
for dollar -
a day costs a quarter or a
ends For Instance.If not particularly : : : 1- 1
trio be bad for an
a may
,, t., Dining Table, square, oak, extra leaves, Price $6.50 dislikes to To something one ought outing gorgeous to be returned promptly the REAL ESTATENotary Well : ":'. ,

one may conquer the disinclination by next morning. Weather conditions ,'.'
resolutely saying, over words expressing Public at Largo Is prepared to drillARTESIAN -f '
S Dining Chain in styles and canse the terms to fluctuate somewhat
many prices.
the necessity of doing the thing
since a wet or foggy day will take the Office in Beaman Building t'
at once and with pleasure. The person WELLS { }
curl out of the feathers and make re- KISS1h MEE. FLA.STOP.
T"4f t
Oak(Chair, all wood who Is afraid to go upstairs la the "
excellent design. $2.25 curling necessary, for which An1et" 1
+., n dark may It Is said, overcome this fear has to pay an extra quartet.: London in any seption! of Florida. S
4? by saying "I am not afraid; darkn rt ., .
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OokChair[ with padded l leather neat, $2.25 Is friendly; nothing:'can hurt me", -
'. The underlying Ids Is that th* mind len years ;jot successful Well .:
c s It. is the real. ruler of the body,and that Stint'Js a good and a noun. Aaa Drilling Ability is to a produce Guarantee the of beat my a ; ,
Oak Chair with stamped leather seat 1.75 take commandof "fti, I
the mind to
by allowing c
: verb;it means something not quite sopleasing. results. ,; :<
a situation from the higher and not '
Do not confound it with :
Cane-seated Chain in several styles, $j.tO the lower._ point of new III may be stunt;, however. A stunt la something \ I

H .vanquished and good sJccompUsbsd.. quit*:..... -. It" the horseplay, 0( and M. us If you Brie going to build. TWO ) AND :FOUR INOH '.

li'V Christian Herald.Netlfyinfl. tbe ,mountebank and has. nothing IoCommon We make plans and erect any style of WELLS A SPECIALTY \ :"l.w ,'

i '.. Sideboard in oak, With top 191x40 in. The +--- f with honest, productive labor. building. We make our own artificial "VI rI. )
a I : low bevelled mirror has a small shelf on th* OkOn A stint to the warning to the wise that stone and brick, and are close dealersin i i . ".

tae6 side. There are two small drawers of the odd things the visitor to Something demand to be accomplished, lumber. W. also manufacture all I P. O. Box 844 ty 'I ..
one lel -nned for silver, and a large drawer Burma wffl l node Is the large number ;
that Urn to
a-goad to the laggard on kinds of Monumental work.
for table linen all with locks. Kiseimhiee. '* ,
two : : .
These Fionas
Of balls about pagodas. .
$ th* wine.-Atlantic. f \
cupboard doors are of leaded, crinkled glass I
f y S in brown' and green. Price $33 bans are usually hung: on sacred poets KISSIMMEE CONSTRUCTION CO. ,
few feet, tit* ground Tby.
a above Oofte' 'W.J. .....
;'SpronU A... and Midland Ry.JENKINS .
I art rfweet toned a.> aq Burnt bens !dMkt.UkVtb* way "they reported x ..""' t. NEW BOAT ; ;

h :.t, Sideboard in oak, top 18x40 in. High shelf ar< bath tbe7:are .*iMraJshed Srttttongnes. ay> peetV"'complained Th* nw eon- +.1' ,

? over the mirror, low 6-in. shelf on each The worshiper' who comes fo Bveam' : .l '.MMEE i' 1

$ I I.1t aide. Two avail drawers,,.. one lined with pray before tae pagoda strikes"one oftaeee y sprinkled IB plenty of f',
linen drawer" two mail*. This WOOWIAM leaveKISSIMMEE --- p ,
sit. large cupboards beneath. Mils with a wooden laughter and &JIPIau.r ... "

r \'":.' c. I Price $14OSCEOIiAiHARDWARE to to.attract tb* attention of th* god -. tot bow about all those. gas- ; :: fU tfn{
.'. '-. tnresT"-Kanaaa City JournalWifeJohn. PARK *tS'13
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, \ ". I,---t.-- .. "I aa afraid BUggma is a bit *f ego CrueL Dally, uees>t H .. ?,. .,:;; A.T'r

K ist." said tit* ready ,mad* philosopher. .'1 car Fide oa of these Surveying -andDrafting and and 6 s; P-,an. Sundays b:80 a. m. .:" lot
: -) : "Has be offended year' eraOcrs 'I made, and be went and 9 Leave Rissimmee daily, except .\..;:..:'.-3 s';:,I

"No.' 1 offended bin. I ventured to bailed it .Hub-rm not mrprtswd.Be S uidaY.:30a.. m. and 3:1S"p.1D. : 4 > 3

( ; remark" that nobody to perfect, and b*( probably took tt for a bon*.-Boa- Sundays. a. m, and 2 p. m.Arrars 1"\i ,
"I took it-as-a..personal alight"-Wash loa Transcript. I' \
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; ,. WPMP4NX I ington Etas.4TJm..asrele. (, ap..... .,abut aeries ?. 'i!
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:! doss 'DoCttakht foot- BXraa4 Trip t. b I
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-... , oq \ T ISST1MEEi: : LA .. M DAMS c....... Phe..halt 'It'. ;ro'.iti ,
working ttitnitng. Vnrnlny{ and ."But what w* want to a'good. kkksr.VBalttmor > 1 ri ....'
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'December I.1911. ,. : >THE,-JOSSIMJIEE' VALLEY .GAZETTE\ ". "
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"\ Trusting:that: :doe-... I '
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beyond the natcral I ; : I :
:. Silver- Becomes Enthusiastic Over the
nary correspondence> will.

_/ future. :of florida. pencil aside. .. ann. . quit, .
n e YID i I. t \ \ *, -_ ,, - //NJ , J*
ti Patrick Henry.or John Adams,1 don't ,Big Bargain In a **. ,

ware. remember which, said during colonial ,l
; times,....."England,may.a's Well dam up Splendid new six room \ {
tide city limits fine.deep, ,
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the wafers of the Nil* with bullrusbes of
talus two acres
T. as to fetter the step.of Freedom more barn wagon and buggy. f '
proud and firm in this favored land than under,good.,new_fence, .. : :
'. where she! ..treads,the sequestered glensof for small truck garden or
f: This Iai< a fine i .
'.' Scotland er couches herself up'in the will have the freedom of
" magnificent mountain Of Switzerland.1 yet close enoUarh to enjoy ; :: :; :
I. go it li with the irresistible. rush of immigrants agea of the:city, such as
: otqlnlrhas everbarfn found ,to'out devoted Land of r Flow. school, best markets.
Price $1,500. H.1 M.,.B..I ,
':. that lends the same air of aristocracy er*. :"" : ; ;:
to the home as From one of the most Insignificant #1
4 'aps.Upon
4 SILVERWAREOur states in the Union with its thousandsof
miles of uninhabited land upholding receipt of 25 cents :. : e6
'tf I i t stock is ,the_.most. complete, and a soil capable of producing almost any Gazette wiN be office mailed a to pocket any V ,

r c comprehensive collection of this beautiful-,' thing off d producing "naturerthat United States. We can- t'
civilization climate unexcelled map of'Osceola'county : : .
cities. We
- ware!. south of the large Eastern will be glad to estimate on ;
by on earth water as Varied
C searched the world's markets and any country of any kind.
e. have as its cultivatable solland,, :a-people ' I t;

".,. have THE BEST. noted for an almost. unlimited hositaluy A Nice,Gift: : : : "

; where it* insignificance in a .
A : 1. Solid Sterling' Silver Tea Set five popular estimation consisted In IUhieing. My "Express Box" of I i
$90.00. fruits packed especially i
(, + r> pieces plain design populated by fewer people Can' any trade and for those '

"{ : r A? Solid Siver After Dinner Set-4 pieces other state in proportion to its size. ber friends at a distance, m

:' $4,0.00f Florida: with an area of 68,000 square ngea.., grapefruit, I
t'. -pot!, creamer sugar and .tray uats, lit the best gift
f Sandwich Plates solid silver $16 up. miles! and .a population of 700.000, was fered. Price $1.00 per
.Ii\\ Bread Trays solid silver. $15 up. looked upon with disdain by those who Lissimmee. Mail orders ,
\'- Salad Bowls solid silver, $20 up. were accustomed to seeing dense population R. Qverstreet. Kissimmee

: Bon Bon Dishes solid silver $20 up. in the North East and West. ;

.,"i Sugar Baskets', solid silver $12 up. But the eyes of our friends from other Bargain in, a I
+ sections became turned towards our Seven-room house :
,.:.F A large stock of the very best Quadruple Plate in all sizes God-favored country, experts urged on ered four ceiled two M

..: styles and for all uses. by our Valley Gazette and other enter house, wood-shed tine
two lots 61J feet
'r We engrave silverware\ when desired. free of cost, prising journals invaded our shores. deep feel deep fine garden ;>
Experiments in culture and water pro- This is a splendid .
,We have a fine line onfie Oneida Community Triple Plus duction was made in various sections. Terms on half if desired.

,t, Plate Flatware, engraves like Sterling ,and. Is guaranteed for Climatic\ conditions were thoroughly- if desire' R property H. M. of

forty years. ,;stigated and the result of these re: 'To
l:, ports was that thousands' of people Stricken With '

!' ; We Handle Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, flocked to our country, and health inspiring A Scotsman brought .
Electroliers, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Sou- elements which were produced ily of even to visit a '

:/ venir Spoons, Silk Umbrellas -:- -:-. -:- -.0f s. result of these experiments caused don They were I I :
that left nothing to
cittes'to be built and farming countries I
: for mail orders. Our two weeks; theaters .
; equipped to care a.1l.
We especially
are :
to be tested to their utmost capacity;
11'\\. stock is complete new and up-to-date. Our prices are in line the resnlt was as had been foretold and about country.the The city whole I ,yt
; with all legitimate businessiiouses. thousands of men and women Vho came never put his hand in his .

ALL GOODS GUARANTEED here invalided by the severity of Northern for a thing., .. ,?
: ...? winters have been restored to per- When the family : : '! : : : :::
:''n We.are members of the Tampa Trade Extension Association, fect health and now we are about to the Londoner and his
and refund the fare of Visiting shoppers subject to the rules of.the .
,0{ rise from the apparent obscurity which the buffet tor a anal
; concealed our natural resources and ere of habit he groped for ; t

l'... organization.@r \ ,- many years expect to take our place Sandy.-Na.gripped nal" said him her arm." .

I among the Sreat stata of this Union. rude'UT me an' mine '
Rex paid St. Cloud another visit on Mon w.'U hae a
if The Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co. Saturday last in company with Mr. iaaht wee nipple I"- '' ti
John Drawdy; Mil Dora and that great

!'THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"Local big baby of their*. On our arrival at :...
'fit the burn and aa we were about to de- The Only :
: and Long Distance Phone 698 One preacher
cedd from the wagon. gentleman
,4.. 410 FRANKLIN e topped forward to,aid us, but aa Rex less wives ought. to be 1 t
4f. STREETFlorida the country
? Tampa took a flying leap from the 'wagon and for the newspapers.' ;
I- truck the ground squarely and safely .how to take car'of"

iii' .. -- the. gentleman ..sxclalmed "Why he's Toledo'Blad. ._ . ;
oJ: supple yet I" We found gt Cloud people ,< ? :

ii 0r very many of them at the post- .Few flier Are Who .7'm h
office and on.stepping up to inquire for A Chleap'woman. I :"

mail founn ourself on the tail end of a hard knot In her. dress.
Presents for' GentlemeniSHAVING line consisting of some fifteen or twenty; 8h*'Sneoeeded In &!
patrons. The reception.,. of an important reluctant comprehensive morning flr.
letter however, received inpayment'of :
was kerosene. 86 few are' > :" I b ;
loop waiting and we wenton
'SETS, Military Brush, Clothes Brushes who .learn --* .* *'
our rejoicing. !
' 'C Gi Hanger, Rings,'.Scarf Pins, Tit Clasps, Cuff' : ones (
Our.WhitUer'friend. are just spead ,
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Button, bofh In gold.and sterling silver, Desk Set ing fhemaelve _The Democratic rooster .

Smoking Sets, Watch Chain and Fob, Bill ha increased his proportions to an r '

Books and Card Cases, Fountain Pen and Pencil immensity that would surprise any but ARE YOU

to- Watches of all the Standard make We have many the natives of that enterprising villa
., As there is such.a proportlonaljincrea
: other article too numerous to mention, that appealto corporeally among the native they; CHRISTMAS ? !
the vanity of the Masculine Sex.
have failed to take notice of any In- i

.'\ WE ARE MEMBERS OF THE TAMPA TRADE creased importance the commercial This is the line for
\' world. Old Probabilities and Madame I and is the store where
FARE; SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE Rumor have swelled out until they appear Photographic'

'1'\ ORGANIZATION. almost like the frog In the fable Kodaks Carne s. ?
u and tne head-shaking and I-told-you-s Albums "
We meet the prices of all legitimate Mail Order Houses. Quality exclamations delivered with as much endar Cards and ;
': Considered. We will ship goods C. O. D., subject to examination.We .
importance as the liberty episode mentioned -
guarantee satisfaction and cheerfully refund money when re- Picture Department
quested. at the opening of this article Finest line of r

-- Rail-yes sir, here sir. They are almost in the State
order. We handle a
like the man who was explaining
of Pictures, Carbons
Owen-Cotter Jewelry Co. \A his son the effects of intoxication. Oil Paintiui s, and A
He said: "There, you see my son, are ductions of the finest
TAMPA 613 FRANKLIN STREET FLORIDA two horses in that field; a drunken roan and of the Old I

would see double and declare there were Art Department. ( I''"
four four." "Why pa" replied the Artists' Supplies,
China Color Boxes,
son. "there's only one horse In that I
Wood Outfits
... Burnt ( .0'
field. So with some of our Whittier Metal Aplika, Brass
tistance friends. They can pee two railroads and supplies.

b AdvertisingLong o 296 where only one is in sight. Don't mear. I Artistic and Beautiful

to infer that the English general that Hand Made and o
commanded at New Orleans or his Karnak Brass and!

is saying the right thinge' spirit, has anything to do with this useful Hand decorated designs.
double sighted buainels. but since .o'
CushionS; Calendars ; <
, at the right time many wonderful changes have occurredat Cards Post Cards
the famous A.
the burg !Its citizens can see a new M.
: in the right Boston. Artistic
way railroad with each eye aeparately. Well venirs and Small '1 : i
J Whittier' all right and they think that ings of Florida scenes ,
... We make a exec y planning, preparing beT'onfy weak spot in the Klsaimmee. to send to your .
, literatureand conducting campaigns for *.
builders that did not erect th.
was they
I Land Companies. Boards of trade Municipalities \
and Individuals. city on Lake View but when sightseers The finest grade In t
i s
can come and find a solid city connecting boxes. Old I.\

: Basslnger and Whittier then they will stationery tain Pens-for ths the .

r' CLENNQEACIN.ADERTISERS be in the "Ah Ah' column. the famous parker -,,

; The deer and tut'ey atVhunting their, plain barrels .or ;

.. '" : secret hiding place, a* the hunter is on mounted :""k
:TAMPA); FLORIDAi3UZZA ; the traiL There appear to be rtiunnber : Te" :
; Campbell KIIDoll.. { : ;..
} of both despite the herculean efforts tric Railway: Cars, (, !
\ made by the to reduce them.
<'0" sportsmen Dan Patch Racer-for; <:,7 f
", I.\ .'. .. The hospital' and sanitation question ,girl. : Nystlo. Magic ""
; 4'" I;! .. : :...,::1f. r young'Prestidigitator.
is stnt'afldatPeopli; in'the southern f"
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& oniof 1 Uvs,high grade I 1'
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f. I 7 ; ,,/ part of\cbujiryj: .::watching with : : : \
considerably toterest to lee, whetherSt. 'r
.1 f'\:"' : Cement 'arid Concrete Cloud l or (Cls.s1mmee i.going to take Tampa. j I'

" ; ', . . . rah lead In.Uiia. najtUrv J11bn.l.( : not a t .
),,.f Work of all KindsSIDEWALKS reasonable man In either Ctti'tIiafail.. ppI '' Y y

,\\"'.,,\ .; to re0gnls.
.r"? A SPECIALTY .. ........ .. You have a Board of Trade, 207.209.211 Fraakluf :! u
rt i' :: Christian* and other.charitable Members"of the, < : : may'
t .i a'' :,..Residence,PhoneRL MabbetU Street .Institutions,and it does appear Extension r4
f'' :. .Office Plloti.182' '1 : } ? -
., - ,<,,y' afar DIUingham'ATe. I reasonable ''that -they,could erect t if
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L> . ,-1> KISSIMMEE, ',PARK;, 1 '..1 I mediately months ago.after/' 'The their aPent"marrlag"d.yln(:,. Wself--eight": . .. ,CAMPBELL :Velvet. '.Bean. Seed; ;, ,,::1'I';!


11tems''of''jnterestJrOni: ; Our. Busy dngtooontheiirIuratriptakinginthesights of that city. 3Tjey express them* 'What ShalLI. . Get for Christmas'sOh' .Interesting 'ns-''frOm"- K KiSs nmee's The farmers I.of Florida control nearly, ,'-,)./P'

(' .1.----being-delighted to return,to '' "" .... ', , the whol/ supply of velvet bean. seed,', J

'Neighbor Across the Lake. our sunny:clime, where they''intend to : ,...,.. Hustling .Suburb.. .. : Velvet beans aregrown In Georgia., 'I'" ',;.;

i -" "Dr.-Philfp.otBufaloN.Y.C..Ar, .estsJlsb their future home on East Put m the train at Campbell)), South Carolina, Alabama. Mississippi;;; :.,

t4: I'Stowers of Akron, Ohio, and E. K. San- Lake; ;;' >- I Am Not. Going .Wo..ry' About,It., 0 off ho.' .., Louisiana Texas and California, but
tir "- of Providence-U.. Jwere Jnthe. Mr. F. H. Lawson spent Ssnday with 'Don't think the town's a joke.*" only In limited areas of some of th...';i.- i:

( 1.,... ., i'trkthi.weekhavingtheirlandplowed:ford hia'brother Mr:G.-.B.'Lawson -' f -...-,--. .. _._. ?__ .I: ',. The '''shipping of wood baa become states do they mature seed. Florida
a Mra: 'V; McKee;: 1 will lust go to the KissTmmee'Dnfg Company;* aUtention
harrowed and fenced.,and arranged for and daughter; MI. .*.. quite an industry for Campbell About farmers should therefor.ltlve more
r, r Ella, attended 1. can. find what I want there, and both quality' carload la-shipped ..... .
," the improvements on their building sites the services Sunday and and price are right. I saw, some nice - sent a far Orlando.every day; being to producing velvet bean. } .U,:
aa aa
'I .penttbe day with their daughter and ..e.son.the prospects were
Barly -
v on the'beach front. The bill poster for Sparks' show Invaded
The citrus fruit l la ds owned by Mess.Hemenway filter, Mw. W..J. Barber. our town a few days since,..andafter good for a heavy crop of seed, but the ;
Nelson Derby- Several huntera with doge were on Thermos Bottles Fancy Baskets decorating both aides of Mr. 1"-. L.Lanier's ravages of the caterpillar was keenly
Bennett .the island Monday morning for a wildcat ; store quietly departed. Judg- felt in nearly all sections of the state.,
hire andXineoln are ready for the trees,. ing from the interest he has-aroused itgoes
1, rr chase. They succeeded In capturing a As a result over a large area of the
and harrowing Cut Glass without that this ,
1: The fencing, plowing small Stationery, .
one. state the yield of velvet bean seed has
the prsiri' are nearly'finished. A, will be well represented at Sparks ,
3 on Almost-every day Mr. Calnoa brings show in Kisaimmee on Dec. 4. been reduced from 50 to 75 per cent.:' ,
has -
ten-acre tract all, over the prairie Northern people over in his launch "".Mr.J.--A; Lindsey and son/-Ed.rof has been .
from n'g its In some localities the crop ,
weeks-will And almost would wish for I the show
been fenced in and in a few St. Cloud 'everyth one Bullock county Ga., who are visiting
'be planted with potatoes. Hastings to view the groves, and all'ex window. I will go now before they are all.gone. friends In Kisaimmee for several weelcs,' completely destroyed this means that

laurels when press themselves as delighted with the paid our depot agent here a pleasant. the supply of seed for planting In the
look after-his <<
will have
r''i 1. throw sights so wonderfully beautiful to them. .. .. .. . . .. I call on Tuesday last. Mr Ed. IJndsey coming spring will be far short of the' w
' T' Kissimmee Park prairie owners Miss Leuie Hay is spending her is a: former resident ot Kissimmee. demand. '
: + their potatoes on the market..Mr. They report politics in Georgia as being -v e
Thanksgiving vacation at home. The shortness of the crop of seed, due
: Riggan has been taking his produce rather warm. .
We are pleased to not that the work KISSIMMEE DRUG COMPANY. .
: to the market the last few day The monthly services of the Missionary to the of caterpillars meant
i opt f ma'ing our roads still continues Baptist church will be' held in the high prices for seed in the coming year." .
' and been good prices.His .
has getting very
j schoolhouse Sunday. Last
Let the on Sunday
good work go there has
the five
r$ )r watermelons will be ready for delivery on.THE , Rev. W. E. Murphy, of Taft, made During past years ;
LADIES. been time when velvet bead seed
' visit both no
in about ten days. Campbell a preaching morning -
+ The Enge hotel, famous for IU splendid and evening. At the latter service brought Jess than $1.50 per bushel and
Prospect Park Lots: .. two members were received into the it has ranged above $3 bushels
it{ and dainty meals, has been taxed to church. per

its utmost during the past week. The We have two of the moat desirableand Mr. Paul Nettles spent Wednesday. The price generally obtained fot seed; Is

t r biU of fare for one dinner last week wart best located lots in Prospect Park. I afternoon In Loughman.; sufficient to give a good profit on the
Kissimmee will have a hard time to investment. The demand for seed usually -, .
follows Tomaw'BOUp., size 50x135 feet each .
aa : which we Are offering -
get ahead ot her suburb, Campbell, in far exceeds the supply. It is too
guava jelly, new boiled sweet potatoes, for a short time at a price much the music line. A free concert of band
14 r new Irish potatoes, new lettuce, guava lower than other lots in this subdivision, FOR SALE OR TRADE I pieces rendered on the phonograph early to say just what the price of velVet -

4 pie and grapefruit. Not a thing on the 'not so. desirable, are being sold for. nearly every evening at Mr. P. E. bean seed will be this season.
: table, including the exoellent butter and Call on us for our price: on these Iota if Brown's. From present indications the supply of
Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick spent several
seed will be less than at time during
3 rich that was not gotten in the want a any
& cream) you great bargain. days in Loughman and Lakeland this
Ss. the past five yours, which n.eans
farid 47-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. week. '
Wedding bells are expected to ring that the price is likely to range high.
All our residents are now enjoying $25,000.00 worth-of the Capital Stockof will
i out next Sunday morn, when we Since the'crop in many places has
; fresh vegetables from thenumerous Boarding House for Sale.
lose one of our charming; young ladies.
the Citrus Southern Railway Com- been cut short farmers make'every
rF + gardens,inf the Park. As'the trains pass through here, en
Boarding house of nine rooms, including [ effort possible to harvest allavailable
notice that ..
nW route to we they
The store building is under roof, bath-room. Hot '
cold pany-Cheap. crowed. .
usually Now if the people beans so as to supply the demand .
nee the telephone la being installed and in toilet and sink; electric lights .
knew about Campbell-but they
House only for seed next spring. At the.
.Jew days the shelves will be filled furnished complete and filled J. J. BROPHY, will before Ion wait and ....
with boarders at this time. Large lot doss price that seed is likely to be, farmers
.with goods and our citizens will enjoy 30x150. Can be Mr. Charlie was up here a few
purchased on very Orlando Fla. cannot afford to use velvet beans for
week to business.
this attending
the satisfaction of buying their goods reasonable terms. For days '
particulars call the rain of a few day. feeding live stock. Feeding expert.
y q right here at borne.wt on or write us. H. M. BREAKER &:
Co. ago everything is looking bright and menta conducted here at the Expert+:!
,iMr. .Baker's new home on the beachfront -- fresh.And the little cold snap makes
3 -- ment Station indicate that about two'pound. )
i I. nearly completed and the home A want ad. in the Valley Gazette always us all feel like working to keep warm.

a1 tSrf"/ of Mr. Creek, a little,further south, is brings results. 1 PANSY. of velvet beans in the pod'sje 14
equal to one pound of bright cotton.
v ender roof.Several .
( V Vr ( seed meal for milk production. Whet
i months'ago the citiaene of
velvet bean seed will bring $2
y 4 :2Ki; ,ssimmee. Park enjoyed the sight .
bushel its price would be $66.66 per'wn
t I
when they saw Kissimmee City lights\ .
(33.3 bushels to the ton), Should,
burning across the lake. Very soon
it reach $3 bushel, it would be-
.... ;rJftssimmee City people will have thepleasure WOODALL & DOYLE'S SUBDIVISION evuivalent to per$100 per ton for the seedt
a of 'seeing Kisaimmee ark .
Aside from the value of the seed, the
lights*on the beach front across the OF LOTS 67 AND 68 OF THE FLORIDA LAND & IMPROVEMENT bulls would be saved. The halls are

t 'Jet . GO'S. ADDITION TO KISSIMMEE OSCEOLA' ., equal to or better than cottonseed hulls
.' Tbe'old sawmill owned by M. H. Peters .
COUNTY. FLORIDA for feeding. At present prices they*
F has been taken possession of by should be worth from
$10 to $15 per',
4 r 'II...,.. Creek and Sundmacher, who ) *:
: : will commence to operate next Monday.This These Lots are situated In the western portion jof Kiimmee the section of the city that i* ton. This should receive careful consideration -;
growing mere than and day. The ff ice school from every farmer who may
) rapidly any other, property increasing every potto ,
sawmill, together with the
have velvet beans. It would be well'for
':' owned by Mr. Harrington, will be kept and churches are Us than a mile distant. him to think twice before ',.,.{

a j: busy furnishing lumber for the many There lot are mold at $50 each on exceedingly. .easy 'payment*.-$2 down and-. $2 per.month' cattle or hogs to harvest the crop.allowing It

buildings going up all over the Park. ,.. and no interest i* charged deferred payment. will be more profitable to sell the beans;

'The home' of Messrs. Kimber and I for seed and buy a cheaper feed, suchas

{t Barnd is nearly completed. Mr. Bared .......I MIDLAND RjkJLWJkTt. . cottonseed meal, for feeding live
.I is professional florist.' He has spent stock.
\: .,' a.number of years along the East Coast .' . ,' : ,....' .' ., '.. ., .-: . . The cost of growing the crop will i
'.{i and Is devoting nearly all l his"time and :' ;, . (, .1"" '' '., . ' ; ; :., . .. .t niT .
l'' """ ''I , , 'f'1. '. from $5- .to *8 per acre. "This Is, .
'''talents to the culture of flowers of all ',"f I .I' :i' ( Ii"r.. : ,,,, I. .... \ > l" ' I i 1' i ,:,:y.. .tt ,,- .. '
r; tf; 4. h, ,:,'j", ; : ; \ ) ''J ; ... ,'5:> 'f""d i f 11I' ,, > from 25 to 50cents per bushel of seed,./. ',

ft. . kinds on his tract along the lake! '. ,"\\I') " '1)'f.): ';f, f"r.-, ..', .. '. 2_ ." .,' ,,: I.. j .1 2 :',. !<..'h !;" ,,';tj !J! iif(; 2 ,. ":,.." \.\i", .",.))1, ,.\\.Ii.\i. :. #1:1": \ including the preparation of the land; ,
i! .. ' tes
Mr. -J. E. Mattocks ? '
p ana family spent : : T \\1' the cost of seed, of planting, and of '
last Saturday picnicing in the County 3 3 3 cultivation. The cost of gathering the'*

orange grove. -- : crop will be from 15 to 25 cents per
4 i Mr. MacCallister is driving for a flowIng I ; 4 4 barrel. (One barrel of beans in the

4' Fr weU oa the beach front lot of Mr. --- - pod will shell out about one bushel of

1 Eiggan. From there he goes to Mr. b jt:1 5 17 clean seed.) .

ICUnber's tract and from there to the .. .
6' 6 6 6 : The cost of threshing and sacking
41 prairie: where we understand be is to will depend upon the machine used,
drive number of four inch wells the :I .
a 7 7 7. \> 7 whether a power machine or hand ma-
Yi' ; .
largest in the Park. taw chine. With
i'i ) -- b - :I' a Rood power machine, .
a -'Mr.: Potts had a narrow escape from 8 :I 8 8 8 : and if the teens are dry, from ten to

t' injury last week when his mules took > AVENUE twenty bushels an hour can be run

fright and nn away. The w'agon was 9 r 9 '. ,9 LNAVENUE 9 through the machine and cleaned up in

loaded with window frames .and glass I 10 10 10 ] good shape. With a hand machine

; for Mr. Kbnber. Mr. Bared was right __--E1 F G 'H I ; two men will do well if they thresh out

5 on the back part of the wagon and slipped 11 11 11 1 ten to fifteen bushels a day.

,; "I I to the ground when the mules star- .t. One item of expense which increase*

1' tad to run, but Mr. Potts fell in front of --i2--- 12 12 8 12 the cost of production more than any.

.' .f the wagon between the mules. Fortunately &1 "' i.. other is the cost of picking. So f.r.

j, : the wagon passed over him without ;.. 13, ,' 13 18' :J : 13 j we have not found any machine that

;, b i hurting him and the only damages 14 14 i will harvest the crop. Therefore( the .

resulting'from the runaway were the e Ii 14 s i pods are picked by hand, which is at

,, ''I broken window frames and glass seat.tered 15 16- U' 15 be.t. slow and expensive proposition.

\ over the prairie. i If the crop is grown for !seed only, and.

.I, I J. Jt was our pleasure during last week 16'6 ' 16 '16' s! the vines are not required as a fertilizer

't \: '" Uf look over the Killimmee_,.Park plat the entire crop can be raked up with a

; and cheek off the names of purchasers. 17 17 < 17' 17 I good sulky rake and run through

i : g' / To our great surprise we found that : 'i'. reduce threshing the machine.of This method will.
harvesting, but the
there were only a few tracts remaining! 18 18 !, 18 18 fertilizing value of the vines will be

t unsold. Perhaps before this has been lost to the field.-John M. Scott, In

x,, published'this will be taken and KIIlmm. . 19 19 19. 1'. I Press Bulletin 178, Agricultural Bxperim -* -

,. Y" ., .. Park will be a colony complete. 20 20 30 20 I 20 I ..nt Station.

r .: + .* CORIUESrONDENT.: AO ..... 6 ..... .N .' .1N I .
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Have you tried
"' Items of News from That Thriving No. . .191- the substitute for Cream of

,A, Settlement and, Its Yldnlty.Y' . Wheat.. Get a package. It's fine'
Fresh lot of other ,1
APPLICATION cereals including -
? + ,, _, 'Th.L, U. A. S. met at the home of Puffed Rice, Post To'.tlee -

1t. Mrs. W. J. Barber"last Thursday after- etc. 'Q.

,{ y noon. On account of the inclemency: of : WOODALL & DOYLE DELIVERY ANY HOUR
: it. i,: ... ,
>;i iW .tbew.atk.rfew.of the members were -'l; I ,ti trP ,pymntbut tbose who did attend bad ". : K.sinimee.. Florida. r C W. Griffin : ,

f4' f ;.. ; enjoyable time.
t <, .;Grandma;+ ;i \Nobles and Mrs. William I I' herebjr ;make application for the purchase ofl L. Nov..., _. _, in Block.No.... --....... ., North, Kissimmee. Phone 8.. ;' 4

athin.; ' Thursday with' U.... .E. WoodaU & Doll. Subdivision of .Lota 67 and 68 of the Florida Land '<& Improvement C '.. -;Addition --l'1-

..x ; Kr.:and Mrs. "J, K. Billiard and sons. to kiwummee, 'and agree to'pay therefor=, the'.m i'cd FIFTY DOLLARS aa follows $. ; .1hereaitbitJ 1 .4'

.- :'Jande Carl ;and.. James" ;, ;spent V Saturday in Or- .. ..:t- on tLe; _.-._,...,_ : ', :...- :- day of' each:month thereafter, without interest,- .1Q acre. under good fence,, ,

.... "' l' 'Saturday. .tliternood Miss KathsriueV to- W oodnif&**D I.I at their office jn'kissinomee, nondaV_ mtil; :the full amount is paid.; /r with 100 peach trees fJf 8 : '
1{ ; \ ,Derbyshire brought out Mr. and Mrs. early varieties adjpining"> .'

!. \ t' ,Boat of ,Chem pry: Phillips, Buffalo: .* '> ... Fowler Park 'I ,
. $
,\ 't )N,;: :Y.;;''and Mr. Sanford New York. "" '.. I ,.. 'M- .: t.t- 'I: '' o'( '..y.," ,.,Aj', ... fh;, ..: ., -.*.. ," .' --_.._. __SJ ..-..-..-__.__._.......-:;;..:._...........--, -_. .- r T50. .. t tlOO "
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.ti .. They 'pleasant. \ :' 7'1" .. thousand acres cutover"land : j.,

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    ,J. : 'F ... . .. "': < .' N I.. i. 'IIr. 0 $5.1O, good farming' :
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    { .'the and purchasing fruit.rukJ .. ,,, -"4.i' '" ... "' l't. .I .. .' .1 } >>
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    0:. //01 ,

    kjiecember t9n ''l' 'KISSIMMEE, Yj&tifcY'' ': !

    1, 'i _' .. THE :GAZETTESTANDARD _",.,.. .,. .'- , .. :.. -tl*,, .
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    ' -- 'A 'rURIISlf; SlNECUjfe![ WINDfiMCREHappenings ; . K
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    . .1, .
    Easy old, e# the Man Whe Was Ast -,
    TalkingWe<< obin6S4. Some'.yean pel.....ago. Bvejr It 'Tender.was resolved'' and!Doings,Comings and, : Tate Tans !!;: Tans ,

    buoy the shoals la the sea of Marsaoasome *
    .\ ..,-, .... Goings of that Lvely Place. ,
    ." of which extend to a mile
    or more from the shore.:-AnN 9ngllh:: DC,-Johnson and,party of Wsuaeon//

    ,.' 't. arE; now agents naval officer wee lent by the,English qhi.; were ben the latter part of last We liavft them and plenty

    ,., for this famous talking fo the Turkish government tn order to week,looking over the improvement for 041,who want them., 'I

    " machine and will carry, e&n'1'oat this and other measures. that are being toad*. Dr.' Johnson'retotned - ' 'h' 1k

    stock on hand, also agood Be laid down the buoys and we surprised " to his home Monday but will Men's Tan Boots BId:: ..d"3 itO $5 ell ri
    '" to dud,that the Turks tbencbt RIOT hi* family here in January..Mis r
    '.. assortment of that thereupon the whole business waa Hatti Koegel r.; of visited 'Tan ;
    Gotha.; lVI Oxfords io
    Double Disk Records concluded. pointed out' however: UUi Hilda Keen. Jut Friday D .$4 ,$5.
    ;, tjiat' buoys:require care that,It, Uneceesary
    at only,65,.cents each.Machines''at'.eryr to repaint them from time to Misses Edna Keene andHarrietThorn- :Boys''Sizes---1'to 41.$2.50. :

    'Jow! ton sPent Thanksgiving in Orlando, the ;
    time, to pomp the water out of them '
    .prices., We also harry and to see that they remain duly an gusU of the latter' mother. Ladies' 14 'Button" ,fe., $4.00
    shored: la their,right position To con.vlnce lira. Paul R. Junes spent Saturday ? .

    Piano Organs the Turks of this took a considerable' in KIImmee shopping. NMessrs. Lad eSt Tan Pumps -, $3 $3.50Mines'
    , ) time} but being at lengtb convinced Karl Keller and JPhlllp Bern Inor ,
    ., tbey appointed '* -man-espe- qiawassee; were visitor at the Children's .
    ,and Tan Pumps all sea /5-2'
    andGuitars ,
    Banjos dally to take charge of.tbi buoySome '- Keene bone Saturday. ,

    : .. t. months |tlatel', .bowevet. ,ua.JCDaUab' Several of our )"Cung'people attendedthe -0 .. .J'

    :: : of these officer buoys beard and many abock1DI"POrta complaints social given by Miss Hattie Koegel l PRESENT _YOUR .ID-WITH" '* ..

    ..., . of them,:and on going' out Inspect .t tJotha last Friday night. All report- .A. GIFT BOND'FOR. CHRISTMAS, 4

    . them be found the paint worn off and an enjoyable evening, .'_G.:_._ -v..
    .1 +++.u". most of the buoys waterlogged. Hereupon Mrs W. E. Keene and daughter Miss '-' We' si
    up-to-date serrice
    assure you ,' i et.
    be wrathfully found the man in Hilda were shopping in Orlando oh

    Your Credit u Good charge and demanded an explanation.The Tuesday
    . . .
    man informed him that be had Mrs Borroughs and Wiss Hattie Koe M. WHIDDCN. & CO. I

    never been supplied with,a boat, and gel were visitors in Windemere Sunday .
    ; had therefore never been able to visit ..
    the buoys since be bad been In charge afternoon.Dr. .
    KISSIMMEE FURNITURE of them I-London Family Herald. A. A. Taylor has moved into his H -4

    ; residence on Lake Be.aiq.!

    Messrs. S. S. Griffin and J. D. B ggs,

    DEAD RECKONING. Jr., of Orlando were tin Winden;ere GRAPEFRUIT {
    Sunday. Ol
    - -- -- '
    0Wa7 e* Determlnina e ._ : ,
    Course on an Ooean Veyegs. A Sunday school was organized here

    " Dead reckoning simply means the last Sunday afternoon)with twenty-four
    members. ee OR ORANGE GROVES :
    " computation of a ship's longitude sad ,

    latitude from her movements a* recorded Mr. J. U. Chamberlain entered fourof . I
    In the log and wlthdnt having- his children in school Monday. Claire .

    recourse to astronomical obeervstiomi. till continues sick but be able
    hope to IF YOU are going to plant a Grapefruit Grove t '
    The chief elements from which thereckoning to his rood THE GIRLS.'
    is made are theee: begin studies. or an Orange<< Grove; buy your Trees from
    Truck Farms the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries. -
    the i.
    . .The pout of cSep.rta.-that la,
    QUALITY COUNTS-Everything get from ;.
    latitude and l longitude sailed from or : you <

    last deterllllDecl-tbe coarse or direc NEXTJWONDAY us is first-class. Our favora.ble.loll. and location .. ",

    AND ORANGE GROVES lion sailed In aa ascertained by the make jt possible for us to produce stock that has '"

    compass, the'rate of sailing, measured Spark's* World Famous Shows will no superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early

    r' from time to time by the log and the Orange, is far superior to the.Parsed Brown., }

    time elapsed. Exhibit infKissunmee.. CONNER'S PROLIFIC, GRAPEFRUIT! i It,the best '
    jNUMBER. 12. We have for sale 80 acres of Mind H mile fromrailway The various principles or methods budded variety now produced anywhere., Webs,. the ,
    town 6| mile from KiMimmee the county seat This is all followed la arriving at the reckoning gnus day 4swna wita aa lnaefL largest'stock of two-year Grapefruit buds In Florida. ". ?i

    splendid orange land. Also grow.splendid melon. of all kinds, sweet are known among navigators as "plainsainasT able stir to thS'slr that sets the small Write for Catalogue full of good ideas ,send practical ,p- ,t &j'
    potatoes corn and other crop 20 acre in high state of cultivation boys heart to boating faster, and suggestion See our i # 'o!'
    and -middle latitude salting. f
    fenced and cross fenced. 6 acre in orange grove 8 acre bf which awaken pjeaaant memories to e.lDcS.'or J. E. MATTOCKS, K18SI1tMEEi FLORIDAOcklawaha ,," '
    are fine, large thrifty, bearing tree, heavily loaded with oranges at However the data thus obtained are the graytieards who have not .1 ,.
    this time, remaining 2 acre just coming into earin<<. This i I. part always liable) trf considerable errors by ... ,'t'
    hammock land and deal of It is and oak timber mixed forgotten childhood'happy days. .
    a great pine' reason of current:leeway. QoctnatJon: '
    there being about 60 acre In timber. Large 4-room box house and of the wind and changes to the decU- Thepeople of this city sad community NurseriesOse30la NGERImi':

    nice porches, good barn, grain bin., hay mow and chicken shed wail nation of the compaae. The results will undoubtedly .be treated . ,. PL"O.R..LD-A'
    of water the door. All land surrounded s colonization tremendous surprise la. the above ' '", .
    near good by. arrived at by dead reckoning: therefore to a oj : -1
    proposition that has been sold out in beers farms. Road on either show, as report has it that It Is not i
    aide of the farm. Unimproved land adjoining selling from $30 to $S6 most of necessity; be corrected aa only tripled la slse this-...., but --' ',
    per acre. This tract can purchased for MO an acre time on half often as possible by observation of the that It still retain those features that
    if desired: A real genuine bargain. The 20 acres In cultivation could heavenly bodies. Nq'pavlgatoc' would made It such a" welcome visitor la i ,e'
    t' BOOn be planted to citrus fruity and by putting peach tree between risk relying wholly on this method of liit.t; :: x
    fre dou. from all
    would pay e handsome income after the second year, ,aa the peaches determining his position on' aa ocean past years, vU: Its .
    will bear until the oranges and grapefruit are. bearing. Then truck- YOJ'ap.-N.w York Times., semblance of gamblers aDd fakers, : Lumbjeip >
    the high-class moral entertainment
    ing can be carried on between the row. '

    w NUMBER 23. Fine farm and two grove. 120 acre of land grove Pointing. the.Polo*. afforded and Its honorable methods. "' ,
    on one 40 of 8 acre., bearing and a number of young U'eetIhere.. "1 remarked ,' "on ofthe doing buslaess. -
    think : Biggs *
    are about an equal number of grapefruit .nd'.orangel and quite S John H. Sparks and his manager&) G ompanyC-; ": :
    number of tangerine.. Have been offered for the fruit on the,tree funniest algna 1 ever saw was associates have not only ventured Into :

    80c-per box for the oraners and $1.75'per box for grapefruit and tangerine this: _Teeth Extracted While Ton a field of greater endeavor-but 1so I ,cJ

    on the tree.. Also another orange grove: on a different part Walt'"' doing It 1* raid, have outdistanced t. ". i 'r i
    of the farm of 9 acres, mostly orange. with perhaps one-fourth crape Hlgg laughed long and loudly at tented rival In a manner that" .a..., .'-, BaS'JrI' ."' .' l i
    4p ., fruit. These oranges are njce healthy trees,just.right age to begin this, and shortly afterward he tried It Imagination with the 1-, ( ..'" .. .T
    to pay heavy returns to the owner. This farm ha. a quarter of.a nothing to the
    f : on Jlggs. ,
    and Lumber
    itt .: .mile front on a beautiful lake that i.I connected with .Ix other lakes "A./,friend'of: mine" be .said.. "told additional telling advantage of' being ,Rough J
    ( '.: by canals, making a beautiful chain of lake that can be visited by tripled to size. 'All. new to the matter . . .
    ..M' launch. Located 4 mile from town of 2600 people,'about 2 mile time of a funny: sign he had seen' of equipment and presentation ( .. '\
    r.*: from railway station in Oaceola county Florid. Has a 8-room .cottage Teef Extracted While' ,Too Walt T ..: aDd ttlll retaining the wonderfw' ; 1
    good.stable and barn. Fenced bog tight and cross fenced Jlggs reflected.v: ( trained wild animal exhibition which WTNDOWSY DOORS ,

    some of the finest,farming and trucking land to be found in the Stateof "What 1* there funny about ,that?; ha done much to cause this show:to .
    Florida. Some splendid virgin timber that has never been boxed.t he asked.I. don't quite .catcb: ; the. become famous, It Is' the most remarkable SHINGLES.,_' LATH. ,BRICK, LIME
    A grand tract of land all the way through,.very cheap .t'$12.500. or point. amusement of Its c. .' aNJ ..
    owner will reserve this yean' orange and cell for $11,000 if sold enterprise
    "Can't see? The man put '
    at once. Terms, $2600 cash, balance $1000 per annum with 6 per cent you wbeSi' kind In the world today 'VELTV VVb'R S
    used flve words one ,
    np that sign SiC noon-day parade, while a .
    interest ort deferred payments. Almost like finding a farm, as the The
    oranges alone should take care of future payment and sup*/t a fam- would have teen enough. The word feature of marvelous beauty and anon
    ily besides. This if worthy of close investigation. Is owned by a dentist covers the whole round. Every moue expense.: Is but a slight reminder GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL
    non-resident i is why It can be bought at such a bargain. dentist Is supposed to pull teeth. of the great pomp opulence amt 'f .

    NUMBER 27. Orange grove inside the city limits. 8 acres of spleh. isn't her bewildering Brilliancy! to be wit-
    did orange grove and a 6-room house, about a half mile from'the "Oh, yes; I.... Qa, ha. bar*-New bit lei under the mammoth tent dun JIo oFree Delivery to All Parts of .Qty JIo art,
    center of the, town. Owned by a non-resident. Price $3600. Half York Mall. other words
    the exhibition .la .
    cash balance favorable terms. lag .. '. ',
    UM slow> Is not 'all on the .
    \;< NUMBER 30.A 10-acre farm about 1 mile from railway station, 2 Arm In Arm With a Till...... h
    miles from town of 2500 people on a splendid road, i mile to It Is related of Sir Edward Bradford

    church { of a quarter to school. About one-third of the place into that be once walked arm In arm. so to ,.....! ,.
    splendid oranges and grapefruit with some tangerines. Plenty of with a Ugresa. He Was out t '
    stables, chicken shed chicken/ house and grain bins house of 3 room., peak SHlro'Io FRUITS ANOVQIaTAaae SEEDS and POULTRY SUPPLIES ;-4 4We
    booting and always a fearless sportsman -
    2 wells. Price $1600,-one-third cash per year for 6 years. ;

    , NUMBER 33. 60 acres of fine land, about 11 mile from city limit bad come to close quarter with CoiMBiMioa To the.ld Merck rcllabl; .>ts can supply you fbr immediate shipment ... ;j I a
    "s on hard marl road. 8 acres of fine bearing grove half the landextraordinary his quarry. He fired and either the JE A a OA.-rs :arE2: '
    BEANS: ,
    fine citrus fruit land, balance fine trucking land rich ball failed to take effect or but slightly VINZA1MT&CO.JACKSONVILLE. .

    muck soil. New 9-room residence with basement, good bam, wagon woundedthe animal She. sprangat FLA. Most complete line of Poultry Suwp )l eh Garden.' I
    .bed., etc. This I. a magelftcent farm and can be bad for llS.ftOO,.on him and seized his left arm above and Field Sleds io f; u,

    term if desired. the elbow The pain must have been 61..... WRIT POO .ILLUaTHATBD CATALOfiUsT ;'
    NUMBER 36. 40 acre of land about 1 mile from the postofflce at terrible, but Sir Edward kept cool. 1111III ...1 2I t.... w.111I1111I. .-.'- ,
    .' KiMimmee, 20' acre in bearing grove balance all good land 6- and realising that It would be death sera E A. MARTIN. &COMPANY ,JACQOIYIL1I.41.1. d

    .. room houses-. tables!,. A great proposition for a nice home with a to drag bill mangled arm sway and allow \ \
    .splendid income. Here you have the advantages of high school bee to spring afresh at blow be deliberately ;,
    churches, good market, etc, Price !$9600, term 4r desired.
    walked few
    : a agonizing
    NUMBER 87. 40 acre of I.nd. 1-4 mile from railway station 200 able .
    until his comrade/ was to .
    t yard from school and church, 4 mile from Kissifnmee. About paces ","s.- ,"
    16 acres in cultivation. A dozen or more nice orange trees, large take: aim and kill the brut. Thus,hi* 115 ; 1.
    pear tree and some peaches. 26 acres of fine orange land 16'acres of courage saved his life, though the amputation : cent '

    1 trucking land, 4-room. fume house with 2 porches, fire place In two of his arm at the shoulder SAVED Fall FertilizingCitrus <

    ., .t rooms. This I I. sdlendid property affd cheap at..$1600.. .Time on half. proved necessary. : 4'

    .;... ., .. or more I I. desired.
    FINE RUBURBAN HOUR 231 sere of land owned by a Pennsylvania 1- Fire Eatng .; '
    ,. ''ad y. Join the the city limits can drive hard road About 1840 a Mr.-Thomas Philips of .WlU BUY- '
    .. onto the l land,"can ttand on front porch and look right down Main London Invented an apparatus for putting Growers"The :

    r' i Street All good land 225 bearing orange trees, some Japanese persimmons ont fire but It was not much of a ..
    ana other.hrubbery. Beautiful yard nicely shaded and ornamental presented .
    in the steam ,
    action Fall
    When put for
    success. reason Fertilizing are ably in
    ; shrubbery. 6-room frame house with porch clear along one
    and carbonic add which were to extinguish A 25c can Of Mennen's Violet Talcum new free book entitled .
    aide and front, 8-room servant house, deep well of good water good .
    l bone barn with hay'mow above cow barn! chicken yard and chickenhouse. the flames were not generated Powder ; it1WCVsrLOOkAhea4;; t
    1 This property i I. very cheap at ";.W. la sufficient quantity: to do thwork. .
    TRUCKING FARM. We have Jf acre of fine truck I lapd with flowing A Frenchman named Cartierpatented Send for a copy. Now li the time 'te.'lay the foundation foe .

    1 well and all Irrigated by the tiling process close'to the city a fairly successful extinguisher next ,ear',*-,crop.Ideal. "
    _'. ( high school. We want to show you this property and what it will do. In 1802.: since which date they A Pound of California PeachesA I
    . t Full particular to interested parties. (,. save been used more or less all over I .fertilizersr

    ',p. :, PARK GARGEN. We have in Park Garden several truck farms, the world to put; out Incipient fires, -- :- ;
    I! from 5 acres up to as high a* 40 in one body; improved and nnlmDroved. -, though, of course they are valueless .I
    .i ,, .- Fine flowing well, richest of 8011.11,underlaid with fine after the fire has acquired much headway A Pound of Oood Breakfast Bacon Right Sources -Right. t>r portioaieKl : 5. .'. t
    ( clay.i Has just the right element to make the fine successful truckIng *-New York American. t Right Price *t ReMlta .... .
    a farm on which 8 crop* can be grown per annum. Prices range ;
    , :.i. according to amount of Improvement etc. Come let us show,you) ,the .. -or Call local representative 'v-; ;
    on oar
    i..,, finest property In Florida In the way of trucking lands. The all di. at.n. .' ,..

    ; ',NUMBER 103.- :TO acre of land located 4 mile from KJsalmmee, Usually gladiators,were' matched Is : A Can. of Eagle.Wilk Water sit Carson Grocery Coi:,. ........ .. .. : lt l\\
    ,, *
    pairs They fought In.difersnt'way.- .
    : less than 1'mile from railway station school and church. Most or address ,
    ) "': <.;r" .
    ' "..[excellent orange land but some extra rood trucking land. Several blindfolded chariots, on horseback, -.or ; .,
    a to 'acre* ready\to,'plant;to oranges now. Good 4-room house newly tn tubs armor and with the lasso. Net Wilson:& Toomer Fertilizer '

    painted.. A,plendlp proposition at $3600. A party own .this ,who were used by-some.. .who* after throwing ,. Many.., .,othegliod, .things. at -HNortlfKissimiiiee, ,, . ,.., '
    r-*owns considerable property in Kansas,,'*tnighteorul an exchange on. over the head'of an sntag-. ..., .. . ;.: : ,'.- ," ".
    fit good clear Kansas. property. 7' onlt dispatched him with. a three
    .. 'We< " eanfomUb 'any '.orof a proposition desired'in. ". the.way of a .s polmbd lanes"or !.rides!, .... ( . .
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    ., r'1' : '' :KISS1MMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE ::., 1,1911
    t'. Pao 14 THE : December

    'WELL OILED' "ROADS STAND" Dooley on.I F.: '6. B. think maybe fer the'rest ma'trots the old! days. up north Mid Mr. Door

    ROAD BUILDING X'won't.thrutSltlnn' to sell It. L'll' .
    ,:. lIII ley, U...., name was Cs.ssidy'an'fee
    AUTOMOBILE: ''TRAFFIC BEST !" | I I. let him pack( et and sell me elf f. o. b.; run 'a bar-room.. )Van tiny Fiarrity

    : !'Wy don't't 'Jin* th* Exchange?" whatever the 'hell thet'means. 'Whatdo in : *
    : came an' he baip drink an' h' says

    M r" NOW A MANIA Cenneetteut'; Highways InBetter Can'dltlen ,said'Mr.,.Dooley to hi. friend Hennessey It mean,' anyway' ;" tQ the bar,Under, 'Ch.rge'et an.'' put etan ay J

    ,Than one day'aithey' at the post :ft1. O. B. has'puzzled' rainy,a 14 tx- the slate,' .;+vCa:sidy was out,In the

    ". -- .., ... - ..... EvaBof.w.1. '.; office. "Th Exchange wiz aRud thing fur' ;you/* said .Mr. Dooley.. "F. O. other room, an.* ,the bar tinder hollersto
    ? e, J''J fer the likes of--you.-, 'raymlmberthltoime B. roaneS.'free on.boord.' '. :'
    E -i ; .an..m. the him odd O9LsayBijyf. Flarritygood_ THE BEST FOR YOUR, JIIOMORSTORE
    Citizen Realizes l Now: that toe touring 'season t* it thet Mrs. Hennessey wuz goln' time it meant thet fer the lads an' th' far a drink?' 'Has be had Itt' aays CaVsidy .
    Importance '
    p Erery : It* faelgbt the dully 1'-01l -erJJ." of- the roun' dressed, in burlap an' nowehe'q other ind, free 6n, bOOrd,'to ,thlman'nuthin' ,.' JHe' has* ..aYItte, bar tinder.. .
    touring automoblllKt 1* atw>ut The
    rtni' warln' cochlri (:hina' Bilks; tat1\ notice comki'to you.- ,Y. sear JtU like III.I.E' Cassiav. ( y
    of! Project UUoo ot tbe ro d.. Heretofore,. at -ay" ;
    ? this season toe rood bare begun to the girl's is warin. ob es. Th' Exchange this: A.tad\ thet has. credit wid the ,

    I bow signs of tbe tremeodouo usage made yure.oranges worth, three"rlft company wires ye an' he '!says -, '

    yi caused by tbe .passing otter. beta or tolmes ez much es 'they used to pay ye 'I'11 give-ye' $4 fer yer citrus fruta Digestive ,Properties of Eggs. SIMPLE ECONOMICAL "i

    GREAT RESULTS EXPECTED thousands ot heavy touring automo- fer thim an' yet ye don't jlne. Ye say oranges. Shure it would be all the same The latest news of bow eggs go in

    bUee,.to say nothing of the clouds_or thet ye wish th' Exchange all the luck ef he offered ye tin dollars,, but et mite tha:atomacb Is: Two freshest soft EASY TO INSTALL;

    r i e dust covering tbe foliage: by tbe wayside an' ye wouldn't lolke to see thim bust, make ye suspr i u8: 'Four dollars\ ,' bolls, one and three-quarters hours; ;
    but ef all the lads the two raves, two and one-quarter hours;
    in frut. business he in hees I
    says tilligraft
    Senator Cullem's Bill Appropriates In Connecticut tbla year,* owing to inspection, hard, bolls;' three hours" ; omelette, The result of 14 years actual,
    b 1148.000,000 For Seven National; tbe splendid system 'ot road oiling wuz like you they'd be no Exchange alloud You think the price is ""d, three' hours. The figures speak for I experience :lighting. Cps -
    an' yeed be back on the twenty-five cinta Ye git his number In Brad's street an' I
    themselves but tell
    ,+ Highways-Every state In the Union do not the whole of operating no greater than
    t to Help. box basis, and burlap for Mrs. Hen- the number looks ye and: ye ship truth, for It looks as If soft bolls are.I kerosene. Rivals: Sunlight

    \ ? nvssey, him the frute. Furst thing ye no ya more. .easily digested, than, rawt values... 3
    Tbere is one movement tbat la nowengronutng "I'll till said Hen whereas, raws bland gentle Increase real 1 estate *.
    ye a saycret, Mr- git another tilligraft sayin that the are so and about the .
    : tIle thinking- portion of the nessey. "All me citrus frute oranges frute ain't ez riprisinted. too small as not to excite: the /flow of the gastric Let us tell you ACKTYI.KNBAND moie

    country that,,baa universal support. It i is foine bri hts, an' ef I go-tnto lh' Exchange or 'tis too large, 'tis 40 per cent rotten Juices-not a single squirm of the I STANDARD "

    y&R Is without political; preference' or party I'll have to pule me frute wid an' full ef blow holes,' says the lad at stomach.-New. York Press. GASOUNB LIGHTING
    I N f . .Send ti'
    t creed It numbers Its supporters In thim fellers thet think nawthin' ..e'I the other ind. Thet's F. O. B. fer ye.I SYSTEMS par 1, 1

    ', every party. The Importance of tbe pickiri' there fruto awf th' three wid wanst had a friend be the name of Knew His Wife. ticulars of your requirementsand 'I,;';

    good roads movement Is conceded everywhere clubs, art' thet heve the whitefly an' : Brannigan. Brannigan raves citrus It Is recorded of an old English ; we will gladly furnish .

    & > from the highest financier the bluelly an' the greenfly scab,scale, : fi-ute oranges et a place called'Zolfo. farmer
    j to the most humble laborer end all rust, rhumantism an' colery morbust. One, morn In' in the, fall a lad comes to will be directed a legacy of one .t>j
    hundred pound. be given to his widow. :
    apparently are willing to do their share I don't want to mix my frute wid there him wid a tilligraft in hoes han' an' he Being Informed that some distinction I e ?aAerr arl nr i

    w; ;, 4 toward obtaining better highways j frute, and there's thet Jew Potasher says: 'I've here a wlrefrom" Takum was usually made In rase the widow Ill EAST BAV STRHBVTFLORIOA

    I; Tbe longest and moat Important thet I wundn't put me frute wid et his inn & Co.,. says he, ef Kansas City, married again he doubled the sum; '.

    y highway proponed! Is the ocean to ocean I wuz vvarm' dimentL""Is .. says he, offering ye: two twinty-five\ F. and when told that' this was quite contrary .JAOKSONVILLE, :1!

    road from the Atlantic to the I'acldt that I so?" said Mr. Dooley! "Uis .10. B. Ye know what F. O. B. manes, to custom, he said with heartfelt -a

    '4 T 'coast. Tbat such a highway Is a possibility you iver stop .to think that the bist ye. I do. says Brannigan; it sympathy for his possible successor <
    ; has just been proved by a party "Aye but him aa gets herll
    frute all goes into the wan grade an' I manes Fool Old Brannigan. But they's deserve It."

    ;ylJ of forty men women and children ID thet et I'otasfcer's frute ain't ez gud ez bether methods ef doin' et, an' ye mite '

    'k I- twelve touring cars This party made yucca thet it don't go wid yurea? Youdit'n't' spind yure toime think in' up'some of Love' 1
    f B(5lrlt Stirring.
    tbe trip from Atlantic City: to Los Angeles "
    OXE: or OONHBOTIOUTS NEW OILED BO ADS. Well 'tis so, an' yure bright "Jedge" said the old colored cltl ,
    more than 4,700 miles. In thirty frute goes wid Potasher's bright frute, "Thin ye don't think I'd bether sell' .en, "how, much fer a license ter gut '";

    1 days, at an average ot 100: 2-3 miles a adopted by tbe state blgbway ,depart on' ef ye have more ef the best kind ef I I me frute F. O. B.?" says Mr. Hennessey. married?' "Want It for yourself?" ESTATE ...

    ; t day. Every car waft driven by its owner at men the. tbe present roads time are. In Tbe Une oil condition baa not frute, ye get more ef the price fer ye "Yea sub; you see glttln' mighty old ...... ................ y

    + and there was practically no mechanical be the box fer the kind ef "I 1 said Mr. "I now" "That's evident Then why do INSURANCEExamination _
    ll only acted as a dust preventive, but yet pajed I think Dooley think '" 4
    'trouble. Only three 8prlng1Iwere you wish to get married "Well.
    ! a.s a binder as well. This la especially frnte ye took to the pack in' house" I yude bether stick to Skinnum.
    ;, 4 broken and several of the tires true of tbe famous Naugutuclc valley "Well," said Mr. Hennessey, "maybe "Well I think I'll try Trimmum for Jedge ter tell de truth somebody' of Titles a
    " T finished tbe transcontinental journey gimme a long coat a linen collar ana I ,
    ; From Derby Waterbury la a contln jure rite, maybe I'll come in next wan car," said Mr. Hennessey. "I walkln', cane en I knows a 'ooman
    with the same air In them with wblcb uous stretch or broad oiled road dust
    t year I'll see how th' Exchange cumes I tole him to pick wan car an' hees already what. says she kia make a llvin' fer Specialty. j
    .tti they started. Considering: the hundreds less, odorless and delightfully free !
    out this year wid all there a.dvertism'an' I, got it out. Is hees credit gud?" me en I feels des like a honeymoonl"
    of mile* of desert and mountainous from Irregularities Most of tbls road l '
    :a within booHtm' be the Floriday Grower. "You remin' me ef a frind I have in Atlanta Constitution. :rorresoondence Solicited. '
    country traversed, tbls showing was re- bOB been constructed a periodof
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    markable. It. furnishes conclusive three years. -- i ,
    ) proof that a transcontinental highway From Waterbury; to New York by
    { J' 1* already a reality and that all that way of Brtarcllff Manor the new state

    * lit needed I. Improvement. There Is no road recently completed along tbe ,

    tt m desire. to convey the Idea that the nounatonlc river make an Important :
    transcontinental Journey was not dim addition to tbe system. The route to FLORIDA ON SALEThe

    -JcnlL.Tbere:: were Innumerable dl lt-ul. tbe Berkshire, through tbe NangatucK
    xN .'' .ties that would have discouraged any valley Is now In hoe condition from
    1, RI but the boldest motorist Norfolk. .,,
    On Aq. 10 Senator Culkwn of mi- ,
    I :tool* introduced In tbe United State o 1 . I. 0 '

    ....t. *' bill providing for the ('0.- HOW TO START SOMETHING Big Sale of Florida- Land is Now Going on /

    I atmctlon of, the moat extensive aye FOR GOOD ROADS. .
    tm' ot.: national highway ever proposed / -

    'ID, the history of .th* world. first. gt two of three "live .With Great
    mile plan la to make the national cap wlrV man togethen Don't bother Rapidity .

    r,, tttal the, nub ot a,.gait wheel from with anybody that takes unnecessarily :
    : t ( Which wlll radiate seven national 1 long. t. ...yV...* ort t,
    .. 4hlgbwaya They crew terminate bopropose.1 aay "N.." Recommend the "
    I : "",PortlandMs.. Buffalo.' taking ef flctton to hold ,a flood want to We have it by the millions. <*
    t ) ;![it. T.; 'Seattle.: Wash.i'san Francisco; for..* eonfsrsMee ef In stirring your' town a .IFyou, want large acreage, you ; <
    purees up .
    ;f. , J "t }\.and Miami.-nav and ars. to be called In your '.....: Improvement \' .:.
    nepectivNlthe v
    :s W..hltlctoD'D.t1onal problems.Seoend :
    '" '- { highway, Boosevelt national highway have a special "' ..- BELOW IS A FEW OF THE LARGE TRACTS WE. ARE OFFERING FROM OUR BARGAIN COUNTER j
    '!}yi Lth J"'ttooa1, hlghway.J.tfer' oo Inn of your chamber of commerce ,

    ,. (. attonal .highway,! Monroe nationalhighway or yeur automobile business'. , "1'prog..oJve .... ., 15,000-j acres', in:DeSoto; .County', southwest of Arcadia. ,
    ', .
    *041we national highway.wIt e.I 'I. /
    't .. ....;, If:y6a\have lie orgsnlzatlort . ;
    ', Iat..t.mcted.tb.t the**?'*even of any: highway*.will cost aboat ,14a.oooooo. ... four friends together and form. to the 'r', 1/ .. .
    the railroad. This: is good, heavy. rlch'Janct..wel1 adapted .' *'\ ',' J' ' "
    \and Senator Cnllom' plan a .....per.ry good roads loaauo.Propeee .. ": ;?. "l J 1
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    t 'tb* money by Issuing bond tocover th* idea of holding a crowing the highest grade of gardening products.' Flowing" 10,000 acres 'in Sumter County, near town of Leasburar:, a

    t coat ot actual construction.., After good roadconference In your wells can be obtained. Price $10. per acre.: ; rapidly.growing winter and summer resort OrT railroad lands
    >-tbs county! Loarn what can be den.Ls.nolany. 'adapted to growing of cjtrus fruits and aardeninaproducts.. '
    +, road ar bunt tile plan I*' ton .
    y "\ Dlsous what oughtto Lease on, all-except 2.OOO acres of this tract. This is an ex- ",
    "; I 'maintain them by collecting tolls. be don. Doold what you 53.OOO acres on F. E. C. Rwy_ in practically' a solid body
    ;' ,*Tbe good roada movement appar- will undertake. Stay with It. freest leases. About 30 to 40 percent of this tract is virgin cellent bargain. Price $5.75 per acre. '

    y f I (army la contaglqus. President Taft I* Then give all th. facts to the timber the balance good muck and prairie lands. Price $&.OO .,
    k to take active In tbe n.w.p.p.IK..p th.m posted
    an part good
    per acrer50.OOO 18.00 acres in Saint Johns County, practically solid body.
    J., road convention In November, and at every future step. They are .
    the governor of all the states through 90 per cent necessary to make a within eight miles east of Hastings, three miles from F. E. C. ', "'

    i ?, r'3: which the transcontinental caravan ueoess of your meeting. Start acres, in Hamilton County fairly well .together, Rwy., bordering inland waterway: 7,500 acres now free of f
    passed pledged 'themselves to Ibis quick. 28,000 acres tree of leases now 15.0OO acres to be delivered leases balance 5.OOO acres annually beginning Jan. 1 1st. 1912, .

    rl /I, work. In several of tbe western Jan. 1st, ]1912. These are good lands. well adapted to general until all is delivered. Price $6.00 per acre. S":

    a' state, Including: Arizona and New GOOD WORK IN KANSAS. agricultural purposes such as cotton corn cane and potatoes.The .

    a "1 Mexico the movement Ie I already tract as a whole at $4.75 oar acre or will sell in tracts of 9875' acres in Levy County Florida These lands are cut- t!!

    . Xs under way andxlt Is proposed there to Shawnee County Raises Road Tax and from 6.OOO acres up at.$5.00 per acre.107.OOO over pine lands with productive loam soil and will grow all of
    ,.' ; build their own portion or link of the ,
    w to ocean blgbway. Prominent Will Push Improvement Plane. the Southern staple crops sudh as sea island cotton corn cane ..
    oceIiD. Topeka and Shawnee county: Kan., etc., and in addition are suited for fruit growing and winter .
    ye .> ,statesmen have asserted that a system acres in Lee County remote transportation, truck '
    4 f V of good roada' Is of more Impor-* bare taken an Interest In good roads some good cypress, muck and prairie lands. Price $3.00 per farming. There.are numerous !good farms in the locality and ,"

    I ? ,- taD -tbaD the P.namacanal. Present work.trnsteee Thirty met township at tbe road courthouse overseersand acre in fee simple. '. wherever trucking has been attempted the results have been '; )ti

    't' indications are that both soon will be sod discussed good roada'trouble and very successful. This tract is of convenient size to handle for .1:. ::

    l r.- realities. tbe poll tax: difficulties Piano for a 21.7OO acres of virgin pine timbered lands in Poik County, subdivision, purposes, and those interested in a> proposition of '':-k'" .

    . !s r An era of good road. building apparently uniform good road campaign In the in a solid body near railroad estimated to cut 45 million feet of this kind should. investiiate'immedia.tely. :
    3 Is .t hand. The roads of tbe .
    rural districts and a few suggestion pine, 65 crops of turpentine boxes'and 15 million feet of cy- I,
    States are conceded to be la'-
    q( phited ; .were sent to tbe board of county commissioners Price $8.00 in fee simple. IJI. 21,000'acres '
    per aore in Duval and :
    mnfaby! bad but that Is not strange Tax: levies for tbe great.etgood press. ,. Nassau counties Florida. Gar- \

    ', ",_ .11oo: in view of--tbe fact that tbe country road inaugurated den lands'situated near the fast growing city of Jacksonville..
    campaign ever
    I "_ "la* comparatively new and In many ID tbe county nave been made by tbe 21.0OO acres in Wakulla County practically solid body ; on The soil is a productive loam, dark in color and will produce .

    t f! . jff&uit undeveloped. Tbe Romans various townships and the men who the railroad, 25 miles'south of Quincy the famous tobacco town. profitable crops of all the winter vegetables such as celery let- a.

    1' hundreds of year before Christ are attended the meeting will dlscnss tbe 6.84O acres free of timber 5.OOO acres more to be delivered tuoe, cabbage,'cauliflower, beans etc. A hard shell road is now ;,
    1; ,. said to have bad model roads.. Their 1912 until entire tract deliv- built from Jacksonville
    f.I way to spend the money with ,the each'jear. beainninaJan.. 1st is being through this tract. The proximityof
    1 "2 ,,work. ''however, was (' largest returns to tbelr road districts !ered. This tract is adapted to general agricultural purposes.: this-.tract to Jacksonville assures a ready market for all sorts ,. '
    L let beside that confronting ,' '
    }, 'the United State. In many of the townships a road Price $3.75 per acre. I If of produce. 1O.5OO'acres free from timber reservation Jan. 1 1. ;
    1tir } levy a* high a* three mill has been I 1912 and the balance released in two equal installments one
    To1 the white haired veteran. Ezra -c;
    l levied. This I* permitted under a new and two from that date. Price $T,00
    Meeker much credit Is due for the : years per acre.
    11 will cJ,1t.150 pine
    i law enacted by tbe 1911 -legislature 65,000 acres, & virgin millionfeet \ ::J'
    i I present good -road movement. Mr It enabled the several townships to 8 million feet of cypress. Good soil adapted to' citrus fruits and y1"t; '

    ,I \(Meeker crossed .th* plains from Indian- doable their road levying and next: trucking Price $6.50 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance one and two 6345 acres in Osceolacounty adjoining corporate limits .-
    ' .I e J :apolle'to Puysllup: Wash., over tbe old and in the vicinity of KISSIMMEE. :lrra ,
    year will witness more road work to years., I t
    .;Oregon tr U- In 1852 with tbe customary \
    1 Kissimmee is the seat of
    county Osceola
    the county tha.n.ever *fore.- Almost county. Has a
    i schooner. Dur-
    .ox team and prairie
    baa a levy of not leas population 4000.. and is one of the most progressive '
    every township towns in i "
    k :'Ing tb*past few years be has repeated and will cut 10 million feet
    : ., 2,200 acres cypress phosphate
    "" than two mill, while several other Florida. Is located "on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga and on the
    ,that "toUsome"journey two or three ot cypress, also vast quantities of hard wood, entire tract under
    went to the llndtof.tbrer mUla Tb main line of the Atlantic Coast Line '
    Railway and terminus of 1,
    timeu"I* the aam manner for the sole :
    ,a.ntiawkai.reason of saving from ob- county board baa offered to allow the laid wittLphosphate., A great'bargain! : at $2O.OOO: the Florida Midland Railway and the St. Cloud and Sugar Belt ) ;,'

    1 4 ..t 'Mvlon. ,tb* root of the old Oregon township to use the steam road grader I. Ry.f Climate most equable winte/and summer and unsurpassed t'.......:,

    , y ,M lt;, ,MAa a S'e.a@ of bile efforts' the.roo"tn.U'1 at $10 a mil. '22.0OO acres in Saint Johns County, parctically a solid'" by any place on the globe. Purest and best artesian water ob :J.

    yjbeenV.narked'' by 'uonomenta.' Mr. Quid' ". body, '12 mileVsoutheast of Hastings, the famous potato section " tamed in this section unlimited quantities at 75 to 250 feet .
    "r Novel In West
    i <" may not live to see hi* dream System F. E. C. also inland 8,800 Healthiest town)in the United States.
    ,q1J1eenf .A guide system bas been adopted *>y .on the Rwy., on the waterway! Death rate less than 3 C::.
    \ i' .. !, but b* baa. done. !-, tiles diem of the-" Umaba. Dyer Good Roads aa acres free of leases balance delivered in tracts' of 4,400 acres tote, 1000.. .Is in.the center pf the trucking industry of Flor. r.....

    i 1'. b" JuIr.' odatton. Near a turn tn the read ,annually.beginningpcU.gth, 1911 until all is delivered. Price ,ida.->and. home of the orange, grapefruit pecans, peaches and IM>' .

    '(,t t'Thimof)" 'lmportallt,. factor to tbe whit*' band are painted, on 'tinea.fencd $6.OO per acre. frui ..'of all kinds. Pricetand terms on'appllcation. ::4i'
    t{ movement are the motorist
    l good ., ,
    / DOeta"Cd. other expoaed objdcta; . ,
    '' ; famous for getting action,
    .:';They.'ar about twenty rod from railway.uu>*-. r We hare truck lands city -anything from a'$100 lotto a 107000 tract. Tell 'Jf.j
    aad they want good roads It la **O'jmatejij' 4nga'o other danger' Dotnt* red bands orange groves, property; ua your require. :
    y '. ; tbatitbera ara'SOOXXyy;: motor.-, + 'menU and will fill them that attractiYe.
    eighteen'. .tnehea 'wid"aie: painted ;J pre L, we , prices_ are l w
    u 't .7 fear* .*t bt the Eocky1 moantalna;: and telegraph. '
    telephone polaa or on pastE
    tbatV40OOOXX)0) are annually spept to iY '
    .Nt for ,h1 '
    especially that pai'poee. ;;
    ,' :!JBoropa Jlany.aotoa ar* shipped across .,. ', .. _. .,1 '
    ) ..Del.*... that the owners may' tour la '.. "e ,"v 1
    t lad ; "' Med. Al.b.nw '
    :tDr" bld''coontrj: ;iA-BiUo iI*l-highway. h..A ."model*rood"Road Ja baa been; provided HM' BREAKER &. : COMPANY *:

    r x 'r' t"" .' -'. lt pietythar'tstfcb'otztbt ,jaoney ,for: by 'the. county,cornmJ" slonera gotMtdlsoa **' ,, .M
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    ; ; This U, a Ample question; and yet I BAPTIST.. *'' '. <

    doubt If' ''one farmer out of ten could Banyan Stephens) ,/pastor' '

    . . I.. I answer it satisfactorily JTo: most of Sunday, KJSSIMJHEE :LUMBER

    us the plowing of the land .U limply{.he . Bible School 8.45 a,. m. ' CO.. .
    breaking; up of the soil .preparatory to Preaching 11 ,
    a. m; an MORAL ENTERTAINING AND crop planting*'and,, in. many cues the 'B. Y.,B..U, 6:45 pi; -m. j

    '.1. INSTRUCTIVE.sooo w Gq loll .1. not even' entirely broken.but 'Communion-Zd:Sunday. .* ,, ( i streaked oft'/'thf' 'seed planted and &e Monday-(afterJlrdJ3undav)) .
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    middle! broken out aiiy; old time that ]Woift n' 'M Us. tJ lonpev: : 3j ptiI; -
    : f 'get around 'to it.' With this .. .
    we can Wednesday-(after let Sunday : .. PflTELIfMEEfl
    I- method so.much_evidence: on our Worn, Miss.'Union-Social: 3 to,5 pm I 1
    Florida farms it is no wonder thatTour Thursday '
    "iverage. yield 'of crops la so low? m'ak- Prayer'meeting 7.-00 p.'.m. : '

    WORLD-FAMOUS ,tit ling us the laughing stock of. other, Visitors always welcome. '

    THE SHOW THAT itates, where better. method'. '.are prac t, HOUSE, BILLS A SPECIALTY [ "w -

    BROKE ticed. ) '
    A PROMISE The proper breaking'top of the aoil by S. S.-Snyder, pastor. "-" XXJOXX (>0<:>>tOttOt>X3iX: ><:XyxyX:> >000XKXXXMXKXXXXi 8 D

    plowing to the proper, depth early'in Sunday School 9.45 a. "m.-A. 8. JL J
    ,- 25 YEARS OF HONEST DEALING Winter or late fall is the.'keynote to a Nelson; superintendent.Church +

    WITH THE PUBLIC.A profitable >;rop. By the proper depth, Service 11 .. m. and 7.00 p.m.J............................,'J

    J I mean that I It should be them! of the Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m. .:EMIL MACH': ,

    farmer to go a little deeper every time ..nd Bible .
    Prayer study Thursday'.7.00: '
    TREMENDOUS Act $'eed.rd. Oil Co., '
    than he did th4a; so as'"to gradually p.m.. .' ; ".* ?

    Increase the depth of y :ls"soil.: ., tIn our, Visitors most cordially invited to all : F .VTACH: EEdS. .:'

    r ,' i Ili J srXI tlli1l&ndy virgin soils it'.would: be ruinous -! Cervices. r: 1 lt9 C

    to begin by deep plowing at the -' i' i: 1

    start, but we can easily .build, up the METHODIST. h Livery, ,Feed and Sale St .;

    1 EARTHS MOST CURIOUS CREATURES i1 thinnest soiUin (hesitate by the prac- Wm.-H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor, ., .. Agt. International' Harvesting Co.'&lj' .. ''\
    GATHERED TOGETHER INTO ONE M tice of crop rotation and the growing ,Sunday School at 945a.. m.-J.Overstreet L. >

    K IMMENSE MENAGERIE d of legumes in every rotation, which superintendent./ : .A.x..L'. XJN: \ s -
    a ::aJ.A:: ; : r :a: .. :
    will add nitrogen and'to
    Preaching services 11 a. m., andj7:30:
    COUNTRIES COMPETE IN FEUSOF the soil. In a few years we can p..m. j Everything and.first class. We render prompt and I '" i'

    DARING AND GRACE. get a '''reasonably profitable depth of Junior League'2 p. m. . satisfactory; service day or night; i' n
    soil to work
    BY THIS MAMMOTH [NTCRPftlfC upon. Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. ,". [ O'NEHALF- DEPOT
    HAT win. ; NAVE ROSftCO ALL EUROPE OF .'MARY" I .In breaking new land it fa. not necessary Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:80 p. m... : OKFROM PASSENGER

    SEATS $EAT ; THEIR MOST VALUABLE ARTISTS to use a turning plow of any make Holy communion ever 1st Sunday. Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 Z .
    .a New land intended for
    AERIAL AKTISTS. LCAPERS, LIVING, at first. next You are.cordially invited to each of
    PEOPLE. TUMBLERSGYMNASTS AND LAND ANIMAL year's crop should be cleared ready for these services. N......e..... r.*..: ..... a aC

    POSITIVELYWATERPROOF. AND FEMALE PERFORMERS. .3 IHCHtl ntlt* cember.1I.Then the soil.may be cut into CHRISTIAN.A. .

    ASICTKOUKCF KICK JCHDIl MORSES.AN TMAHJUMBO*** small chunks with either aiharp cutteror M. Chisholm, pastor. A. CARSON presidentThe '. H. C. BRYAN,.SECRETARY I'
    two-inch scooter. '
    a way
    TWO TRAINS OF TRAINED CLCPHANTS. 11 a. rn, and i:00 p. m. VIt
    MONSTER i i'A TWO GROUPS OF FOKEST-BRCD. A POSITIVE FEATURE to do this is to run furrows one way Bible School 9:45: a. m.-C. E. Yowell \
    about ten inches apart, and immediately superintendent;. J. H. Harris, assistant Waters & Carson

    afterward run furrows across these. superintendent. ,
    IWQ PERFORHAMCESDAILY'RAINonSHIHE This method cuts the soil without Christian Endeavor every Sunday'
    turning it up, and leaving it in this con- evening at 6:00 p. m. . : w!

    ,) I STREET PARADEEACHDAYATNODH at AND a O'CLOCKOMM dition for a month or two allows the Prayer 'meeting and rhdir practice eVery -- Grocery Company$ : ; .

    ... I IMOlId EAKUCR winter frosts and rains to pulverize'it.WhenIt Thursday at 7.15 p."m.
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    i' prepare fsome \
    than the sod, turn tops r -Wholesale 'and Retail Dealers in-- h' '
    Beeper upon: EP18 i -'
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    small Quantity of the raw soil' Then Rev p1'ld D. KTdd, rector. ,
    : A us* a disc or Acme harrow, crossingand GROCERIES.}
    Services every second and fourth Sur- L
    10 N re-erosiing the land several times : '
    day (11KX 0) a. m. t
    until the soil la thoroughly pulverized.This ,
    Communion 2nd Sunday at morninjservices.
    DAY4 method breaking gives an opportunity I .. \ ",;.\' 'of'
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    for, weathering, which not', Guild meeting every first Tuesday..Destroy WE' SELL '.WE BUY :.I .. 1 1K'
    ..I onlvTnnlocks any fertility in -the solE1"but : ,'w .. 'I"

    ;materially asrisU In'Biiding;; -' ;" r .. ..... .&. 'Of''i -.*''' 7rHIDES
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    '. It .Is a well-known'fac:tat||. the'deep- 'r. ) Sleep ::. HAY J. ; ,. :.;t,. T41rft
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    er'we plow! moreVinolsture we can ORA1N ;,
    command for crop production apd as., FURS'.. f'';f : ;' 'i
    Mamy Kin_ People Testify Uto : 'J.
    moisture I. the main agent by which ,

    \' the roots of plants get their food..,H I In,, j* This. "," ". WOOL'. ,;....' ,' ." ( ilfl".Y '"1" ., ..:.. N +
    / \D'ecembl that the, a'nt SHINGLES .., ..
    therefore necessary we put You Bl night.-
    epat -- -- - -'' '" o "*!"" ", ' the condition to give us this With aches and pains of a bad back, ORANOE.BOXES ? . AND.. .. I {' .. r
    moisture In order to get the best re- i 'Li
    When you have to get up from uri! ORANGE WRAPS- .j/, .' ALL ", : "' '
    ,J t suits. By deep plowing and thorough .. .
    pulverization, we are getting the watei; .n'arytroubles, .' '. 'OUNTRY"' ,. h" ;' : .
    BLEC ,
    yEQET RATE -
    .' stored up in the -soil (as a fur around All on account of the kidneys. !" ,.. \. ..... "' , I :. !)." 1",11$ t

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    the soil particles-as.) well as the aeration Kidney bring peaceful P.RODpC '; sM
    so necessary for root;growth; for slumber;, .' ;t
    must' air ,., . ..". . . : .. : .: .. ..'.'
    the as'
    roots have wen < .
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    : I : HotelRESTAURANT moisture, and in soil preparation'1' Mrs.; R. 'Seaver, 'West Portage SiT. ,: ,:'We' sell field and'!; garden'seedsWe : \t4:. \f v,: . ,- ,4 :;: *>'.

    Elite .' must jiot overlook.this .fact: ;It Is very''' Klssimmee, Fla... says:,. "I think jug v -; give, "special attention I to'flttng.cut( ,'' h htlnalajSi! | l .camping! ;: "

    '. necessary on all. pccasions to plow/ as i as highly of Doan'i Kidney: Pills todayas' .....riles' '. .. I' I. ,, \. ,. :If-'I' ., 1', '"
    deeply as the soil will':,permit, and by r. .. 'i' !" "
    1 did :when I pUbUclJrffiommended .) '
    \ adding a little tothe: depth every year, them some years ago. Backache catieec *, Free delivery city limits. Phone'' l\o.12.\ %'I, Vj' rr."7 ..... Vf fw'e *-, ;'' ,'

    in Connection the land will be converted into a reservoir me a great amount.of suffering-, and are county agentslfor''good ..ferUliz'ars: :'Askf us"fc>r ."clrduiar1 a :

    Reasonable! Prices for the storage of air a/id moist there was soreness through my loin and prices on f er til'1zers. .im_. 1'!
    ure. How often have we heard farm- ,.
    that made it difficult for
    '% very me to y
    EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-DATE ers say during a dry season,.that the stooja. I was also bothered by the kid- .
    following season would bring good
    ney secretions and I slept so poorly that H

    r ,; Beaman block crops, as after a drought land becomes when I got up In the morning I was an '.

    Phone 109 H.. E. BRYAN, Proprietor more fertile. This is only partly true, tired out. Doan's Kidney Pills, whichI ,,'
    '" and only when the cultivation of the obtained at the Kissimmee Co.
    :. Drug LOTS !t
    ,r: ." crops is along the line of keeping a dust gave me relief from all these trouble

    I I'I, ------ mulch: on the top so that the capillary and restored me to good health" ,
    . water may bring up from' the lower LOTS HAVE BE'EN SURVEYED AND STREETS >,.;.:.,
    For sale by all dealers. Price 60
    depths some of the fertility washed AND AVENUES LAID OUT IN '
    SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo;N. Y.sole, ,
    down during the rains of previoa
    PRACTICAL sons. .' .agents for the United States. WILLIAMS' SUB-DIVISION : M

    = Remember _the name-Doan's-ai.< ..
    D $ Thorough plowing liberates the mineral take no other. TO'n__ "'II: .A M
    ,. RAIIGHON'S H & l in our soils that produces plant "
    food by the action of the air' and the C
    ;';, acids formed by the plant roots in the The J Kissimmee< library.The ;" WHITTIERand I ; d ;

    :: orMr Main and Monroe, Jacksonville. Branch of the GREATEST process of solution of the same, for the Kissimroee Library offers to Its '
    :&. roots of plants exercise an influence subscribers a list of over four hundred IqP
    ? lystem' Business Colleges in the World-22 years' success, 150,000 along this line' while. absorbing food- books by the best authors, any or all of are offered for sale id r
    the at from "It'
    which have the of public i
    you privilege reading b
    graduates. .More than 100 high-grade instructors. Contracts 'g' veli' salts.-By C. K. McQuarrie, in Flor- for only $2, which secures a single<

    ."' ''to 'secure graduates POSITIONS or REFUND MONEY. Indorsed ida Grower. membership, or $5 for a family-membersbip. $35. TO $50 PER LOT I: "
    J' by'more Florida and Georgia Bankers'and other business men than will issue :Capt.a Trench membership, the librarian card for .

    *S. ALL, OTHER Florida and Georgia business! colleges combined. We Orange Grove Property.Fine the above you amount. Library in State Whittier wDI soon be in. railroad connection %itfaevery
    teach BY MAIL. FREE. Bank building. .
    i also Catalogue 8-tf
    < twenty acre orange grove located ,: part of the United State., and In a abort time' i
    A. H. JAMES. Manager, Jacksonville Fla. inside limits .:
    city close to school .
    will '
    Old become one of the moat'llDportant towns '
    '" 47-t and 'churches This property consistsof newspapers at this office in South ,
    : j. -. -- "--- _, __ _. ' -- forty acres of land, twenty acres of 20 cents a hundred Florida; therefore lots pit the above price. are only
    7 which is in bearing orange end grape Aie-tenth of what they will bring twelve months hence.
    f fruit trees, .ten acres additional cleared Whittier has a telephone line. It has good road ,

    '4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4VIA and in cultivation; Rood five-room cot- 'for auto travel 'at any time. Has three malls :(
    ; two deep we .. This is an ex- per' .
    rent location, where you will have iff. L. YOU DOZOB f week.: Whittier on the center land between St.' f.J

    / the freedom of country life with city Johns and Kissimmee rivers, just twelve miles each t '

    H.f -"--- advantages. Possession can be secured way..,.. One and one-half miles from Kissimmee Prairie; f i'
    short notice. See this .
    proposition .
    I land of the Hunter-Land Company! We have the best i t
    before purchasing. Price, "0.500; .
    If taken within land for trucldnA"'and forming In Florida We }I )
    term on part. thirty. have-:
    !4 1\t.Lq.TIC': COAST LINE days present crop estimated! at 2,000' fruit and vegetables all the year round "W.'.,. in I r "
    : boxes, goes with the place. H. M.BBKAKXB Real Estate the center of tock: raising by the ,be.t.cheapeet 'i' ti
    A Co. 47tf :
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    .'. method 01earth.. We have a school roil .ot'.btf. ; 'I ,
    ,. two grocery stores;",two,boUls, open the year round.' :" I .i

    /t l,Piacie .Flyer '. "SeminoleUmited"South'rAtlahtic. : Bids Asked. Whittier{ on the east boundary of Lake Barton,'which ,i "
    : extends westward' connecting with a'ehain of lakes to ";n. .
    ' Sealed bids for erectingMethodistchurch KISSIMMEE... FLORIDA Kiasimmec river. Here Is the 1 "
    )bunting and .
    ; flahnc -
    *; Vr :* :: in-Klsaimmee. Fla.rwill be re* paradi.e
    ,. e.eved"till December>W, 1911. Right Whittier, has; marl material for Mod ;
    * ;i>v reserved to relect any or an bids. Plan street* and bard roadaiq Florida. -:- -'> >:.. :' '
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    . Ckkaje, -, --u. Lain- Pictures.. FUNERAL R Whittier.! +o .' ,, .c'I , 'I Itr
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    ; ; the South now appearing in Lippin- nice anew five-room cottage, fine view groves and a 20-ecre track *

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    Central( prices. Investigate. C.
    I' '. ., December Issue. "Corn one of LaT:- : inha cites Will sell .: this property iH.; M. Breaker Co. Beckel4tf ;;
    ::11\\. ; Richmond, Va..'. Nor.'' 26.-Bjr the i nier's most famous works, 'u. reprinted 'uilwsa I only to-party who will improve It tocorrespond 31-tf simmee'w Fls_ '
    T IM tears' of .""' ,. DO YOU muck truck
    finest ,
    ', : grave of the wife whom ,he murdered from an early number of LippincottX. with surrounding prop tothe
    \,1'. Use | sea oe the fvreet. te farm in F 1 have It for sale.
    Full and prlc. to
    ::1"r( on;-July 18. the body of Henry Clay in which it :
    ., y'.r. ; 1 originally appeared. I tss.l gibre.tbwttft.d through: ;.Interested .part,. ,'H. M. Breaker FOR SALE-4*acres of land less than Twenty-five acres bordering on lake '?<
    l .
    f. Beattie. Jrautbuled: iir Ma1U'7 Cent. Allen Poe and .1" two miles from fencekand "
    Papers Edgar .
    on Henry. flaa wudowa. of 4 tiny cable. I A Co.. ti 81-tf one mile' fiona the court house;' 20 Kissimmee. -,
    'r et.vyshortly after sunrise today.--There Timrod follow.. .' cross-fenced with tight fence,.
    .; ? will I la ..,.. certainly UirlUlac. J-1 acres of'bearing orange grove; 6-room
    was a brief service at the residence ---- --- ----- -- "> the famous animal house land flowing well, 17 acres in cultivation;
    ; good at $10,600
    1.t; { .I', TW(V very desirableresident lots in on ; cheap ; new 6, house .
    room plastered with >
    Attended only by members of the family Arable's Laughing Plant. 'd*...' with tbe John H. Sparks Carson addition each "60x164 feet grove will lOOn pay price of this land; closets pantry and porches new, ,."

    ;t n Jj and eight friends who acted a* pallbearers !I The laughing pant Is not s flower shows, wtlca. an to exhibit In this There are 16 bearing orange trees on growing more valuable every day; barn. Lies on male road. ; Only

    } t 7- i and then the procession moved that laughs, but one thai create ...,.. .M. I raised'' te a cabin la the these Iota.under good new fence, worthy of the closest investigation. v4e-OOO. .
    t We also have 50 acres of land. 6 acre.
    {'d' through the silent street of South laughter. If the printed accounts( of wilds' Of! ffuatortal Africa. HI. -father located close to' the lake. $350 cash of which are 'In baringgrove, bal- Joining this, are 30 acres. 20 acres .
    the two. See H. M. Breaker
    travelers can be believed agent of the Royal Zoologloalsod.tI takes cleared 6 acres plowed, also borderon
    says an land rood for
    Richmond. Key John J.' Fix, who & Co. 31-Xf groveor
    ; k. English paper. It grows l In Arabia of -Germany, and spent many : v truing; a 7-room bouse,good stables lake, can be cut in 6 or 10 acr
    .f t prayed with Besttie just before he wua' tracts each roacK
    { tract
    and I. called the laughing plant because years securing sp.ctmens'for that Institution. ; 1 mile from railway town, Smiles touching
    ;, leellnW the death Chamber at the penitentiary the seeds produce effects like Hence from childhood' Mr. WE-Are offering" some very desirable from Kissimmee; price $7,000 favorable Only $3,200. Mrs. Summers, L.keJ

    t i # on Friday morning, read the those caused by laughing gas The Brunner was accustomed to hear resident lots, located three blocks I tferms of |payment: We have still view Cottage, South Klssimmee. 49tf -fi:

    \ .rvlee of the Presbyterian church his Bowers are of a bright yellow, and nightly the roars of monster lions, from elevation the, Court for$300.House Alley, on in rear nice of high another grove, about 15 acres in bearIng FOR SALE-A beautiful 45x140 feetA./
    alII fruits splendid varieties of different
    f' voice being broken at times by sobs. the seed pods are sort and woolly, the hideous tiger's growls and the these lots. Cash or abort time. ** kinds; of cltrut fruits 45 pretty corner only 3 blocks from poatx>.\
    ; acres office fine view *"
    e ,7 r -'" To guard against possible annoyance, while the seeds resemble small black ; snarling leopards and hyenas, which us show you these lots. H. M. of good I land;. 6-room house, stables, location, in a good of neighborhood the lake desirable, price'*_""S 1?

    a the exact hour of the funeral was kept beans Only two or three grow In a 'would engage In deadly combats Breaker & Co. 24-tf. packing: house; less than 2 miles from $400. time on half if desired. We also .V
    Y l pod. The natives dry and pulverize around the cabin, often hurling their Kissimmee Still another "
    : secret until midnight last night and consequently I ; price$9OOO. have 90x150 feet north and east corner ; &
    y them, and tbe po yler, taken In small huge weights against Its frail wall. I grove of about 8 acres and 60 acres one block from courthouse, beau- '
    j 3h ; there were no morbid crowds WE-Have listed some of the most desirable -
    make the soberest behave and Its roof. As be of land; excellent new house of 9 ,
    doses person scampering over property on the market, both tiful view of the lake, good neighbor
    !round the Beattie home or cemetery. like a circus clown or-a madman grew up la these surroundings be became city and county, which we offer at room. and basement: good stables; hood plenty of room tor 2 houses; .
    t; Two police officers in plain clothes Were for he will dance sing and laugh a fearless hunter meeting the the lowest prices to be obtained. half of this land excellent grove beautiful land lace $800, time on half desired. A :J .

    .4 on duty but tbe hearse and even car- moat b t.terouband cut the most .. wild denizens of the forest face to There is no padding of prices by us, balance fine for trucking; a mile. fine 40-acre tract of land I mile from .
    view of the about \ "
    town %
    "' stages before the fantastic and be In face In fierce struggleswith piece of property sold st exact ; city limits 25 acres excellent truckIng .
    had reached the grave capers an uproariously 1 and engaging every from the city Jimlta on hard road; this
    [ land part of it the finest
    sip 1'' Si city was antlr. When the burial was ridiculous condUlon! for about i the Infuriated beasts. He afterwards price placed on it by. the.owner.. and grove can be purchased for '16,000; balance good citrus fruit ,land;muck good *
    Write we
    c. : concluded Henry Clay Beattie, Sr., left I Iwith' an hour When the excttemedt ceases. became a trainer and his- absolute will do us our your best requirements to please you, by the crop can be sold within 6 weeks location, gives advantage of high\,',**-
    1 the exh.usted 'exblbltor of these antics ,[ mastery over the brute creation and pay more than 10 per cent:; on the school l education churches
    his kind good mar.t
    Douglas, his son, and Hazel showing just the of property you
    falls asleep and when he awakenshe Is not equalled by any living de ll"H.. M. Breaker &: Co. 24-tf investment without any expense to the kets and 4.000 good neighbors; town' *
    and two aunts of the
    daughter, mur-
    has not the slightest remembranceof man. I purchaser. Many otner. groves from is growing in.that direction, property
    d derer. his one acre to 80 acres in -* body. Can will enhance rapidly
    ? 0 frisky doings.Something A large steel enclosure will be ; price $50 per
    + The aged father's grief was Intense. erected la the center of the exhibition FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit suit any reasonable minded man who acre on favorable terms of payment.: j)
    grove with 250 bearing treea, means business and wartts a Florida I Let us ehow fine
    friends you a little truck
    The of
    I ferocious'
    I pallbearers boyhood Good. tent, Into which the five acres muck and -ten acres pjne home or investment. Nelson Realty I farm of If acres, only a short distance
    Beattie, were asked by nim to serve. to her animals will be turned loose' Mr. Co. Citizens Kissimmee
    i "Dear. Kill a J'oUBK.wite land in cultivation thirty and one- over bank, from high school building, right down"
    Several ot them had testified in his defense I I j husband as b. was leaving for the office Brunner will then' enter the enclosure, half acres unimproved land five-room Fla. 44-tf in town with flowing well, land all'

    at the trial and one was ma best "won't bring home something unarmed and put them through a remarkable box house good bam and well. The sub-irrigated with the underground
    you series of performances that improved land all under good fence. tiling just the for .
    t process place fine'little
    man when be and Louise Wellford! Owen '
    for dinner this evening; FOR SALE-40 acre. of truck land in
    v t good will vividly Illustrate their tremendous : This property.on the north side of farm; let us show you this prop.* _
    weremarried, exactly one year from the "Something good?" repeated the bewildered strength and agility. It Is a East Lake Jour miles from Narcoossee Park Garden fronting on Shingle erty. Fine suburban home--We have S

    I ; date he pleaded "not guilty" of her young husband to whom thrilling halr-ralslng .sight and one nine miles from Kiasimmee. creek; .a littf over a mile from the a Si-acre; farm adjoining the city lime sits *'
    murder in court A florist's Price $4.500 $2.500 cash balance one owned by a Pittsburg 6"' ",
    wagon party
    marketing. a closed book. that you forgetThe H, M. Breaker Co. city limits; a beautiful place for build room house '

    "- completely filled with flowers entered ..y..." repeated the wife "something program of the John H. Sparks year. ,.. -....- ing a'home; ,pan go from this land by want' to show orange you this grove. property., etc..; ,We'wa ,.-,1',
    the cemetery gates just after daylight shows Is entirely composed of inar* dock have two .
    r .I really good you know. with launch to the city ; also good 16 acre tracts of splendid
    FOR SALE House of ,
    ,t. 'f& er. and today the mound*of earth was hidden'beneath "Oh. ,..r' be replied as a I light velour, expensive: and carefully selected water and-sewer connections six rooms, located wagon road; fine flowing wells can be 1 land less than 1 mile from railway1 ':

    i.. 'f1 f ; chrysanthemums and lnmortelles. > seemed to break upon him.. features which make. It so in two block. of postofflce. House is had on any part of the 40-acre tract; I station of 4 miles from Kissimmee.apart $T,

    : i And be brought borne the minister. vastly superior to all other similar plastered wood work hard ,oil finish; 2 flawing. wells now in operation 20' fruits and-each the tract balance is fine for citrus -i
    tr \ After [it became known today that thefuneral ,Ladles' Home Journal. .:httUo. lot 64x1471: with 19 fall bearing orange acres fenced with hog fenctrplS acres .. ing land; price $25 per excellent acre, term.truck-If ,
    , had been '. trees in the yard. You can stand on in cultivation small house 'thevery i We .
    \ 'f I. already held a tre- r itsd ; ; desired. have a fine peach or-\ *
    and the fruit Callon
    the porches pluck
    r Eaelly best trucking land in Florida; this chard >less than
    b mendnous Cl"wd'vl.ited" Maury Ceme- t mile from railway ,
    i sand allow the of
    t" Double One day a farmer entered a hardware HI..HIrd.. Lwok. us us privilege. land Is rich.'easily cultivated under ,>?Utk> school 1 and church, 4 mile .''
    t tery. stretched this desirable home.89tf
    ropes were showing you laid with the which holds fertiliser
    store and a.Ud.It. he :could exchange Jones-Brown la an unlucky dog clay from Klsslmmee; $150 per acre this '.
    H.' M. Breaker &
    around the Beattie section :
    ; and twomounted fortune
    Ii and-inoistureif a can be
    orchard I. In
    bmlth-13owY that Jones-lI1e bearing, fine fruit4
    I i loin: batter for hardware. The obi very
    ) this of land and
    made tract be
    policemen; in addition to officers .on can We have 120 acres of landwithamfarl.*
    !/' humor of the .appealed to'' the Ject la marrying was to get out of. a .E-SO of. land of sold favorable terms of- ..
    t R afoot, kept the crowds back. There thing FOR S acres t a on payment; ter of'a mile of lake front, 2 miles "!:
    proprietor. boarding house. Smith-Well'Jdnea mile from the city limits. 20 acres of : we want to show tbe land and introduce from railway "tation. 2 miles from : I
    f, notempt'to -Why. ..ceri.ataJbe"e lcl. "Take :-Now- his. wife la running ODe to support . which Is fine cypress muck land.very the purchaser to the ownehere towd of 2500 people, 8-room house;?.4o'1
    : the family.' rich and productive, balance good for! is a .great opportunity-for a fine Investment of bearing
    b"i"UJiT? orchard 4
    j -9-- the batter right.up to the bonse. "My .: '.-- . citrus fruits. Location of- this_landmykei We also have some splen for farming and truckmgi : ',!<&
    :' .wife to not a* !'an pardculsK"' I it very valuable. .The timber did. Pinedsle farms, just outside the owned by .non-resldent "*.
    art r ; ..:.... idett and Southern Poets. 'The farmer looked him over slowlyand.critically Why He Stayed1 "..;.,,', R is valuable for fence posts, telephone city limits; some' neat the sits where tell cheap.and on favorable termriS+ ,, ';
    t # 1 T and telegraph pol_' Besides being ,, tl1e- annln<< and evaporating factory
    : 1: .I' The South .developing ; from b. adt<> foot;.and It's been four year now/ said 1 geftpoe.eseion; opportnnltv-11
    r many .ft'.e .xc.llentland It the freedom -: \I. now,'being built; these lands vary to ot a fine
    :t.14"' .Writers these days, but the old ones are then drawled .butt'' LaDcI'c(. Ooshen, the 4e..rte4''Woman.. "since remember be of -a country nome with city advantages -.,, In''' price according to location. We property on easy terms. We i income have
    .." ifcot forgotten, and all magazine readers 1 should |a y-' notrV-Loa, 'Angela and.his. happy home: _I Just such, splendid high ool, i r also have, some,alee-residence: iota. many ether excellent

    j,' ;taw'' ) Mason and+DIxon's .line- and Tans r 4,, ",'*L--tOld '* "'f as Well as_yesterday how.'be,-stood good markets, -churches?;etc.' Price very large beautiful location monthly both truck farms and proPO.IUorts'
    '". iit.teoswfnweleoni.MrsLaSalle ,' .-. I Z-... 'tl( a*'the door.-bolding n"'opea..t1u..aI&Ii 'f&>*leer sire; time on two-thirds or payments without interest, in Eureka u"well as cite groves
    .2Jff ) > for sate t/this-office .the : Indianapolis 'desired. Nelson Co. 'addition. Nelson .' Co oVer property at bira'al1I..
    ne.wpap" r .got, houses' more } R alt Realty v prices. He'8On'Realtl
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