Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 8, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00519
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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\ ;u; ;:Should! Hold Ali Open Meeting for a Can ractor Bcfan Monday' LeveHnj,

;1;; ; 'Di ssi : Streets. ,TW Will, bed paved. .f>

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r 'T By t :01utl H*.longer i question as to whether
i. ffamation of our'princtpAl't' streets *re; to be paved,
& .be held, in k for the fin' to whotnVa* awarded the,,
'i'*' :ito 'ascertain ; -- contract begad"work'on Monday and at

,holder In th thi* tlmi*almost the entire rout* from .3( I
:I' city the ; &, one-hvndred and tift)"'feet on Emm.tt
:i. ;\twenty-five street to< Pakla avenue 'Broadway' I h
i :;purpose,of : : h... ..... J.y) lec1"'ancI 'put'In. condition' i --u

|[ .. brick; ,on for; the laying of Vitrified brick and,, a*, ?
;S .There are soon a* the brick arrive, which they ors x
j('.:, ,i this matter expected W'do next week; the mm Will
.i:. all familiar I >ee>ki putting them (in place, and within
the: the next', sixty 'da)* our people' ''Vil!.
L; voter should teve,: the pleasure.andjUtfght! .of' :walk*. kmg
f;: intention of and driving over one pf the hat.pa..meflU .
.? <, .- t. voted to ever laid.
:'Vr J they, hold \ The"marl It.being I removed froraBroadwa -
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> "Veto\ furnish .. ,. to Church street, and when
*>,' 'iject; we 1.. It has,been rolled with a dx-ton roller,'
,f"*;" Trade that. which the contractor ha agreed ,to'do,
*', Monday that street on with *o many'handsomeand .
'*'. "' :Of this : costly residence have been' built 1.i
'.?#/J. cllmen be : during the put ,...r.UI:: be one ofthe; r,
;' '/fS -answer any best In the city, and property there. will
;'' 'J"r ,. -formation at once greatly lnereas.In value* err "
It is an I Th. sidewalks on Broadway have been
Monday and r ordered 'made eighteen Inches wider
\\1-4, venture the which,'wiil take tbem-out a* far u'tb.1telephOne
fourth of ) i pole. 'For. ome-time It /hsa
r. a city have ;' been apparent to our people' that KIssimmee -,
t,' --r bow they bad/\ grown;;:beyond 'the little'
'. reason being dinkey'wslks'nOw iD aae.'.. each. year'
: t- :with all the : add fully one:, thousand'more person. '
-* Some of to .its' population I Th curbing that I*,; "'.
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... frequently io be built 'around the parklnc'In: '\tb"
Doe the''. center of::each block paved on Broad.

,r alter that way will.be, eight..Incheswide;; at the j
t& aid? Why ] .. bottom, four inches wide at the top'ejdeighteen :
t" \jpon paving 1,1 : ; : ; v w' ',. inches high., 'Thb'oL' eoa .e.wllllnwrl.re .
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:: 'L the city with aGto-.obDeaaocl've*: ,
+: Across streets s. hides of every character croanng' from .
', '1C! -the center their'-owo. thought::r We:'merely ask! one to the other aid* of, Broadways ex. (.
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": 'was vitrified < I the question., cept at the Intseet..not cross street*; '
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1 : ??materials << 'With the. fact before us, we mat but thaf mil be ef little Inconvenience-i J!.

fk, : J:t made to : '- think that the case against-Egbert Gil or consequence when compared with the' ,
', 4--11.tMir.pro lette has assumed the form.of persecuOon bs.utythat will b* 'added to onriprii; i! "\ .

.:,, mentT Instead of prosecution and the people clpsl bus les* thoroughfare.. ,:#*,*
: 'The. are of Oeoeoia county are larply.of th9 'It ha been thedN.d.ml. .,
I.x'" -"-tion, and th i'! same-opinion.: .K*' ..'v.*tv-j;.ot.t.|, 'ip; *'*' birofjeir people, for year*:,that'the '' ,,
i r.'.. to. .... : We have said before, and .we say; e.ac.r.ol Broadway ld some day be
'11 I ;a .last. th.lr.vo. : 1 'again that Egbert *Gillette will nevebe.convicted mad lilt* p beautiful pkk; :and the lie,
f The Board : ; for hehaa;: committed dies of the Vniag*"Improvement Soc:{.'
Tsation crime against the law of':Florida or o h .: '
\ .y, in the eta !" repeaUdlystated, that .;.theywoukf
J society,. ...... .. it*
>.th.- ..*-J-*- --;.. '" hnd.rtak."tbiduty of:"planting
:-rats \ .," the miniature ,,
; people shrnbbwy In ** pub and
proper that : : I I 'In the' CM "of"' C.' ,C. Turlington, keep thmin order ;, provided tbedty.y. >

". jcussei).at I' \ charged with attempted assassination would past such law. M Voukt prevent
,and jf that of R. 0:Meek, on the night of the 18th6f : the,. destruction of theirwort,:
'favoring: the ,, S.pteMbfrth* grand Jury,found nyJudge "Ioo.oo. :t'-t'j'-
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..;;' ..'": ;th. Council,A'7, ; bilL -.-.-* -MWV *&** pen loJl of this( work tot the Alabama1PavingCompany
'd. ( be appointed Price sentenced the twitted( ; appear* to boa men'

I. ri .interests of i prisoners ..on Tuesday..morning.JohnRose muchability la his lini, and .we are
Council to to hang, and Jim Stinson to six iati.fied'thafout people"need feel jn&l
dollars; but ; year In the penitentiary at bard"labor- ;. uneasiness as to the workmanlike Jnaa> l
cussion of Both of tbese m.n are negroes. '
veer In which the paving win be done.
decide that 'Court was adjourned sine'die jest '
before
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"' There Is'now nothing,to'prevent Ki*;> a,
keeping noon on ':\'ueaday.rid Judge Price simmee becomnJ&,'th.;moet .beautiful y
city then stated before leaving the n.dday that city lA Florida' a* it Is\already the,
I. appointed to he never held a more successful termor
.,' healthiest and most prosperous and prt-'
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that fact. spent amore pleasant ten day than gressive, 'and if all our people work asa J '
We would he did here: that this, In his I
opinion
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unit 'to that .M. ,th.re will .be. ten ',
'.t7 the board ; : the most prosperous section of the state thoussnd' permanent resident here before I'
,. printed and and possessed more advantage' than any th "close of 1912. .
u r' least one : ; i place of which he knew and that he "
i 'S.,, the people never met better or more sociable and "
I 'v.,:. z day night friendly people. And all our people just GREAT ''SUCCESS'Series ,

f:; ". discussion aa readily return the compliment expressing ,--:.,;;, ;.,""
:l.: can be ( the opinion that better judge '
of Social l fveningsaIjapter/,
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While the never presided over a court here ore

..I. ? -vors the : : more fascinating man ever visited our .House Highly fntatalll '.
> A' the city city than Judge Wm. H. Price, '
"r carry this : The second the series of *c<[cial i evenings .

;. strenuously InaultU *':b7.the".Amerlcan. '
and the << ENJOYABLE AFFAIR Woman's League i wa held In the Chip.'
";' ally In line ter House Tuesday evening.: : A'cheery
.till this is i : Was the wood fire in the larareplace and the
Progressive Luncheon at
" ,' which the i I I scarlet and''greet' ,ot,, poinsettia sad
';;" < Of Nlf- Chapter House, Thanksgiving.One palms mad the pretty room 4 oozy and
. ,; ," .ha.e full () of the most enjoyable aRain'ofthe homelike place' in which': tomeet:: old,
Then. and :'I season was the progressiveluncheon . : friends and new, and there were :many'wbo

for the beat with which Misses Ruby Ellis and availed' -' themselves' .' :ot'the'oppoivtuulty ,
.It. ., they see It. Grace Jolley' entertained on Thanksgiving ,. / / XT. 'i. .
"l. ,' < big the evening at the Chapter House. The hostesses. lMedamesl Stanford.
:: -'!i by the The room' were lavishly decorated Bullock and,Carr, gave CMdlal greeting, d
r;I, W* lay wrfth green vines and bamboos, with, to '''all. andj; introduced those who wr.
..i''. : unacquainted. :T: t"rJXpl :!: \
.... 'J'Tmade fully roses of cut flower interspersed. A ; p. : <
tail: .of the glowing fire added much to-the attract -: ...iag musical eatertahimecTt.
'" ; ; "hreness' of- the room.. The hostesses silted of;: .eleetlonl b, the Klssimm.eorchestra t'
: A I were' assisted In receiving and entertaining . : << ,and vocal. tolas bJ'C'air.: .'
.. by Miss Matti. Bandy. I Mrs Norton' ;" M& derbyshlre.and V Dr.tl''
I Among the 'feature* of the, entertainment : 1mPe<, \, all of whom.woo deserved en:,
, :; <: Attempts IQ I i war a contest in unravelingthe cores Between th.; mgeical l .nimber.
'I
v '!, 'simm ; misplaced letters in the pamee'of Mr*.,Earl .Lupf.r.'gave several,recitations ; .
r 'I the dishes of a:Thanksgiving; :dinner that were muchvnjoyed.. .- ,,",',. ":;,'
...j Last week I At 9 o'clock the guests, were Invited A delightful f.atu,.of these'evenings i
r :'5)) .mee front >> : Into the dining-room, where" At various I Ie the' social hour that follow '"'the musical "

,.t'H, : -reside ; / ; \ I ..small tables, they enjoyed a.seven- orogrmm;'In.'which.the : object for., r
gather: an *. which they' were .taI'tecI--to
i s : course dinner followed;by souvenirs greet new-
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"\ caned'' on ; : I for aU-** b .utJfulroae for each comers and pro te.eoe'ablllt.11' hear*
'y:,:; -,i>v fruit \ : lady and'a cigar for each young man young-' tny'carried out. '\
:f. ., Another i ] : : '' At Use-conclusion of the'supper. there On account of the reteptioR'to be give ..

',, ? .share., Ber: : } ; ; was a short programof music:, eonaht.big iq by the Village Im OYeII\e", \ 'Society'k',. 1
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granted- and 't
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'' of piano solos '' by Misses. Ellis) ,'Carson next Tuesday aftomooq the evening;soVcial
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;'tIM lady' 1 ; and Miller,'and of song by chorus will be omitted tot that' weeks but!*& i j
,:!*,, 801n&", and : ; : Among; .those .'present 'were MUses. on 'Tueaday.. Dec.;19, ,,Mrs;Mal' aon.'
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yVftnee' ,. to a ; ; .Aultman ind '
; flU ; l Miller;, Carson, Huddleston.. Grave.. Mr- MnlAwli, will.;,_eoiUrtain ';: 1I,
.t\tijft VmiUInery; >" : Moon; Wilder," Elms SmiuK Futch. from 8 to 10. 'J. -. :I.'MrADCarroll ;; '
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,' ,;- TX' :the new I I i : : Jolley. Bandy O,'Berry and EMU! lI'and ,
i leftWedneM ;
,; \ ; ' I \ Messrs. Johnston Geiger.vAdams;' Du.snibury ; .l.i.r:
at1" 1I ; : ] ,( Moore. Carson. ., $ryarCole a abort, business'.trip' to polete'i. lug \iCeotgie.
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'\, Page ':2; '" THE.:1USSIMMEE.: : : GAZETTE '/- n ,-., ."

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aome lM orange and grapefruit trees,

NOTHING''BUTPRAISE and althougn,the fruit season .is getting

t ,late, they were fairly,loaded with fruit.
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We had a porthole digger and due :Into L a nd'Buyers Attention:
the earth"'in the center of the orchard ;
the Soil and the
the Climate
for ,) u. to,find the kind' of soil that produced II ,

4 _"Peoplbln and Around This such fruit.:: ,We then went to inspect :-l--- --- ,

-v 1 Beautiful ,Oty. Thomas another) 'orchard and belonging"found to the' a came Mr: Why.buy.Ja.nd inj.be country,, ten,,twenty, and even'fifty" .abd-sixty I miles away: Srom.town-when; you can' buy betterland; from to to Lrl
dlgghf, '
five miles from town, for l less than' half thejnoney P

U from an soil I and' conditions as at Dorrance'sWe Why. locate you family out in the wild of a new country/miles away,from everything that makes life for the wife and children worth
The following an excerpt then over the and by
abletJcl.'itvi i .description of, the found went the'same! prairie conditions and, I living; when for; less money, you cou'd' locate on. BETTER" I l4fnd,'-within eight of beautiful high school buildings fine churches,good
trying '
c and is : home markets and good neighbors ? : ' ,? .. .
city and,, urronnding country soil at the orchards When '
Thomas, Maley, as inspected. i These questions are intended for YOU to think overt no matter what part: "of the state 'you are thinking of locating in.

4 i and from appeared the fen la of the Mr.Goodline(Minn.:) ,within found a a wile'of-the quarter section Kisaimmee to my river liking II Here are a few don't for you to consider, and.while they mayshattersome! of your ideaiscltyou.will. give.heed to them early. in the i ..

> In the I game, they may save you lots of unnecessary trouble and expense. iDon't _
It ii reproduced beside
Enterprise. and Mr. Mann found eighty acres .
.
t believe everything you hear about Florida, whether good or bad.-
thousands of
Valley Gaxette that our it. Mr. Grover took twenty acres nextto
4 y reader in the North and West who have Mr. Mario's. Some other men from Don't believe what AnYBODY tells you unless they can SHOW ..you.Don't .. :,i:'
come Florida. expecting to get rich the first year. ,Ji:
Florida read what
visited each .
never may Iowa.and Nebraska took a section ,
made of Don't come to Florida at all if YOU think you can get rich without work. '._ ,
impressions were upon one and several others bought from twentacres ..
thorough Don't come to Florida at all if you have a family unless you can land here with one thousand dollars in cash. :' ...
their number after making a I Florida
went to Intending
1 up. Don't buy land because ths other fellow'says it is good. Make him show you some one, else who is making good on the same kind of
.4 investigation, to buy twenty acres but upon seeing It land. -- : ( :;

-Finally arrived at Kmiimmee and put I and could.its productions We crossed concluded the railroad l 'to buy grade all] Don't 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 ball the >ry,

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Hotel for the night. money t '
at Grayitone "
tr k ': Kisaimmee up is a nice clean city of about several times, on which the for iron the hone Don't forget that there are only four kinds of land; In this County.that are worth'a moment's consideration-HammocV, High Pine:1: ;
will be in early
L ds, 8 3,000, no saloons, and neartly every carrying supplies Flat Pine and Muck_with plenty of sand in iL_ < *::1 i<
and the
out agricultural -
settler carrying "
3ind'of| ; business represented. Northern Don't buy anyland, anywhere in Florida, without first seeing it. *

, P' people are the principal Inhabitants, productions been later and on. Country Don't blame the other fellow altogether if you get stung. It's .partly your own faultDon't .,.'.
roads have
graded everything
,. but there are some fine old Southern forget to read over carefully. our list of bargains below : 'f.
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beginning to move. > _. r.
; families here also Oranges, 'grape i -

fruit, pecan and lemongroves are all Saw all kinds of spring vegetable. No. 1.-Two nice residence lots: two blocks from one mife from city limits a fine tract for both peach orchard. Located within two blocks of;'

around the city, and truck gardens also. growing on the experimental farm, also postoffice. Price $1,000.No. fruit and general farming.) Price $25 per acre school house and church, and only a few block*
Men have come here from the North pineapples, camphor trees,-orangea and 2.-Four rice Iou in Prospect Park only five No. 26.-Thirty acres of good pin land, about two from depot. Good seven-room house, good barn
grapefruit. Saw an,orange tree about blocks from court house. Price $125 each. miles from town, close to railroad and good and other outbuildings. With very little expense
I.t broken in health, bought small pieces three old with-orange. on it that No. 3.One of the choicest lots in town 100x150 hard county road. Price $25 per acre. this can be made one of the show placesof
of land and made themselves independent years feet, southeast front, overlooking the fake, excellent No27.Forty acres unimproved land about five the state. A snap at the price, $5,000.
had been taken up and transplants miles from Klssimroee railroad close No. 41.-The best in this,
' w besides regaining; their health. I neighborhood. Price 1000. right on turpentine proposition
,q{; There Is a fine courthouse here aa this with the fruit on and I could see no ill No. 4.-Good corner lot, on hard road overlookinglake. to station and school house, on beautiful lake. section of the state. Nearly fifty thousand, ....
effects. Alfalfa is being grown expe- This Is a beauty and well located. Good Some of this land is very fine fruit land and acres'virgin rifle, that will cut better than three); -
1 i is the county seat of Osceola county. mentally, and Is doing finely. The experimental neighborhood. A rare bargain at 400. some of it. next to the lake, is extra good thousand feet to the acre. Several million feet y,
; Churches of all denominations an ice Nq, i.-A very pretty lot, close to school house on trucking land. Cheap at >16 per acre. of fine cypress also. Some of this tract baa
factory, and a large artesian well. Thisis farm has been started only a hard road, splendid neighborhood. About two No. 28.-870 acres unimproved pine land about whole sections that will cut over eight thousand
also the head of navigation to the year ago or so and will no doubt! pro- dozen: nice young fruit trees Price, $650. threw miles from city limits. A bargain at $20 feet pine lumber to the acre. Thirty-five .
duce still better results.A Mo. 6. Several nice lots in North Kissimmee nice, per acre. thousand acres in one solid body. Located on'
Gulf. fellow from some Eastern large, bearing orange trees .on them. Good No. 29.820 acres cut-over land, five miles from both water and rail transportation routes
,' We bosrdea the Hunter Land Go's young neighborhood. Prices from $350 up. Arcadia, in good neighborhood fine groves all Price, $10 per acre.
t .i Saturday state was at the hotel and was a smart No. 7. Other lots in any put of the city from $100 around Price, 2500. No. 42.Other turpentine and timber propositions,
'. boat, "Roseadele morning aleck. lie was always telling the chaf- up No. 30.-Twenty acres land close to city limits; from five thousand acres up and ranging in.' I-
and bade Kissimmee farewell for the feurs how to do things. Well; they No. 8.-New four-room house two large; lots, splendid fence around it. In flowing water belt, price from $7.50 per acre up to '12. .
+ f present The party was joined by Mr. i said If the night was fine they would fifteen large orange trees, good part of town, nearly all cleared and plowed. No better piece No. 43.-1,200 acres very fine lake shore land aboutten
, U and Mrs. Newhouse, formerly of Pine overlooking the lake. Price, 1250. of combination land in the country. nice, miles from city of 3,600 people part fine
,... j catch some snipe. When night cameit fiv house nine-larg4lots.goal- ----$2.000- fruit land and part sandy muck. A
But of Kissfmmee. who -N o. If Ooot *room .- -- --- --- --- splendid
Island now seemed to be an ideal one for chasing flowing well extra good land in most rapidly No. 31.-Several beautiful five-acre lracts, just small colonization proposition. Price, $15 per
t. ', were acquainted with Mr. and Mrs. snipe Into a sack. One of the boys growing part of the city Price 1600. outside the city limits on fine, hard marl road. acre. '

Grover and myself. The ride on Toho- held one! side of a gunny sack across a Mo. 10.New five-room house, two lots, nice neigh These are fine. Priced$60 per acre. No. 44.-7,100 acres of land, the best colonization:
pekaliga was line. We passed from borhood. Price, 1000. No. 32.-Twenty acres fine land all cleared, about proposition in the state, barring none. About
this lake through canal into Lake Cy trail out near a hammock and the Mo. 11.-Good seven room house close in, best of six acres in large bearing orange trees, closeto 2,500 acres finest of sandy muck land, and the
"Aleck" the other side while the oth- neighborhood, large lot 102x147, southeast railroad and school Price 2000. balance fine hammock and virgin pine land.
press. On each side were orane and ers proceeded to drive the snipe, which frontage. Price 2500. No. 33.-Twelve-acre orange, grapefruit railroad Has about three miles nice lake front and has .
i grapefruit groves, truck gardens and they did sneaking off to headquarters. No 12. Good six-room cottage beautiful, splendid grove all under good fence right on two small lakes entirely: within its borders. 'Pi.1.
stock farm. The stock down here in Jby location in thickly settled part of town.. close to station, school house and church about Right on railroad. This is a piece of land that
main i. The Tone helping "Aleck" told An ideal little winter home. Price, $1,500.No. one and a half acres large bearing trees, the possesses all the good qualities of the best of
not
I th very good as no means him to hold to hold the sack while he 13.-Nice\ new, modern four-room house and rest just coming into bearing. This is a money our Florida land. There is no better fruit land '
has been taken to improve it, with now bath located of the principal streetarof maker. Price, $1,750.No. .
went on some errand or another and on one in this, or any other state. Considering the
L and then Captain Meik- Lot 123x220. About three 34.-Forty,six acre well Improved farm,
an exception. left "smarty" holding the sack aloue the town close in. quality and location, it is cheaper at the price
eljon and wife. Engineer Launders and dozen nice fruit trees. A very desirable propo- close to railroad only three miles from city asked than moat of the l land now being colon-
}i > cook and Mr. for about an hour. Well he came in sition. Price, $2,650. limits large two-story house in fine repair, fine ized in this state would be as a gift: Price
wife the G.fE. Sharpe, after a while but didn't post the chaf- No. Twenty-acre farm, just outside city limits, orange and grapefruit grove of about seven $15 per acre.
i, of the Hunter Land Co.) were the ones I feurs any more. Boys wilfbe boyal good new three-room house, all under good ,, acres, about twelve more acres cleared and in No. 45.Only exclusive shoe store, in one; of the
having charge. This boat ride of itself' _fence, about six acres cleared and in cultiva- 'I cultivation. This is a splendid piece of property best cities in Florida. All new, clean and up-;
was immense. Trees draped In trailing Wednesday morning three of the au- tion. This is a good piece of land. Price and a bargain at the price of $6,500. to-date stock Doing a nice business. Reason

and the eternal Now and toe took those who wanted to go that $1,500. No. 86.-Forty-acre improved farm, inside city limits for selling, owner wishes to retire. Price on .
,f'. .' moss green. way to Kissimmee and the others took No. Seventy-two acre farm; about four miles I five-room cottage in good repair, about application.No. .
then you see a turpentine still fishermen the remainder to Alligator Bluff where from Kissimmee, close to railroad station, twenty acres in fine orange and grapefruit 46.-Leading restaurant, and lunch counter in ,
with channel catfish bass and other school house and church. About six acres in grove, all in heavy bearinl{ Price $10,500. city of 3,500pople, in one of the best cities in ..
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varieties, and you hunters of Goodhue the boat was waiting. Mann and Hea- nice, large bearing grove, fairly good one story No. 86.-254 acres in. highly improve farm, good the state. This is a sure big money maker if
t ducks in Minnesota. ney went by auto aa they wished to get house about twenty acres cleared. Rest good house and outbuildings close to good city of properly handled, and already has a well established -
ever saw any home as soon aa possible. The rest of timber land. Price $4,500. 3,000 people. About forty acres in high state trade. Owner has other business that
J. :Blue cranes white cranes which, by the took the boat. We No. 16.-Four-acre tract close to town, good three- of cultivation 300 bearing orange and 100 peach demands his attention. Price on application. t tR( '
way become blue when a year old but our party came room box house two porches good well etc. trees. This farm has been one of the best producing No. 47.-Stock of dry goods, notions and gents"
they are beauties while young, same as some distance farther on the river com- Price C300. farms in this section of the state. Price furnishings in town of nearly 4,000 people.
of Mud' ing back. Mr. Grover and Mr. Sharpsaw No. 17.-Good five-acre chicken ranch, just outside $7,000. Splendid location, and good clean stock 1
backs
the
i reel us. hens canvas a gator about four feet long on the city limits, good new four-room house. Nice. No. 37.-674 acres of the best land in the state Owner's health is not good, and he will sac
'( and all other kinds. Mallards and geese location. Price $1,260. barring none. About half of this tract is fine rifice for less than cost. Stock will invoice.
are scarce. I saw brant but no aeese.. bank but we bad no time to "ask him any No. 18.-Thirty-six acre farm, close in, good nve- sandy muck that I.. he very best of trucking about $4,000. Write for terms.
questions. We had aome trouble! and room house good outbuildings, about twelve. while the rest is fine hammock and high
R Looked sharp for 'gators: but didn't see land No. 48.- 'Here is a fine. proposition. Eighty acres
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the down. I arrived-at Kissimmee rather rate and acres cleared, Iota Of small fruit including pine land which is the best for fruit.growing; land mostly-all cleared, about-bait a-mile from ..,. ;-
any on, way r tired,, but good natured. We again peaches, pears persimmons,' figs and' oranges. This tract bordered on one side by the rail, depot and amall station, on .main interstate "v/
f We passed from Cypress lake to Lake stopped at the Graystone and the next Price, 2600. road and main county road and on the other by road. Two small groves, one 'of about fivei''
No 19.-Four- nd-three-fourths acres excellent main road also. It has nearly a mile of beaut.ful "'
Kissimm through another canal. Will acres Orange and one of about fifty fine large ,:
$ here of those two canals whicli forenoon looked the city over. This trucking land right in town, all under .good; lake front., Land Immediately .across the grapefruit trees Old house/good barn and <" ', .
speak, abou't' city Is an ideal one for anyone wishing fence and in cultivation. Price $1,000.' road on either side of it is being colonized at good well, and all' under good fence. School' .,.i
'.re1 .ach; fourmiles in length: an all yeer' round home. Many ot our No. 20.-Ten acrea in Plne ale Addition just out from $60 to $100 per acre; Our price for this house and'ehurchright at comer of farm. This-

They; were dug by Mr. Henry) Dia ton. older people would live much longer and side city limits and close to the hew canning elegant tract of land $40 per acre. place is very superior In the quality of its land.
the hardware man of Philadelphia, who factorV.' Price, $75 per acre. No. 38."-5,000 acres fine timber land splendidly located Price. $4,600.
.Is known by everyone who has used a avoid la grippe pneumonia and mauy No. 21.-Ten acres in Park Garden, plowed and about one mile of fine lake front, only No. 49.-Fine ten,room house, new modern in
other ailments, if they ,would pull up fenced, good flowing well. Price, $1,050. three miles from railroad and from a good town every respect, located in very best residence
s Henry Dlsston saw. Mr. Henry Diss- and go to Kisaimmee, if only for the 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 Florida Has
y t q'l health failed him about the time winter. beautiful piece of land Price $65 per acre. general farming and fruit growing. Price, beautiful lake view. Large lot, 150x150 feet.

the canals were dug:, so his work practically No. 23.-Forty acres splendid high pine land about 16.50 per acre. Good two-story garage and stable combined.
'' Have arrived safely and am more fine timber land about eight Price $7,500. or will trade for Kansas or Mi ,
ended, but the canals afford a one mile from city limits, a nice grove proposi- No. 39.-8,000 acres *
'\0 than pleased with the trip, as I can tion. Price, $25 per acre. miles from railroad, bordering on several' nice sonrt real estate.
to the Gulf and stand
waterway as a now talk understandingly of the coun- No. 24.-Five acres of extra good "sandy muck" little lakes Price, $7,50 per acre. No. 50.-Anything in the line of Florida real estate
S, .} lasting monument ro the memory of around Kissimmee. I have spoken land inside city limits, all under good fence. No.. 40.Sixtyaere'improved farm in Putnam from a 60-foot town lot to a 50,000-acre turpen-
\ Henry Dlsston. Tb give a little idea of try Large one-room house and an extra fine four. County Florida right; on railroad and bordering tine, timber or colonization tract. Write us
the utility of the lakes and canals a little of hammocks which some may thinkare inch flowing well. A bargain at 1250. on a beautiful lake. Nice orange grove of for"what you want, or better still come to see

instance their use may not be amiss made of twine or ropes but not so, No. 25.Seventy acres fine highlpine| lanTl, about about six acres, and about five acres bearing us, and we will find it for you. .4
:y Pauline. simply a small
They are
right here. As we pulled out of Kissimmee ,

ap a man came up the lake with abarge kind.grove of They trees are of the almost palr/i; every trees native that Most all of the above propositions can be bought on easy terms. If interested in any ,particular one, write us for full description ...

w \ load of crated cabbages (a carload -
from 5 to 80 feet in height, and 4
grow;
which he will load and North
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U- I ; are simply a round growth of longitudinal DOWNING : REALTY CO.
thereby obtaining the best prices for ,
fibers terminating In a numberof
1- early Cabbages. Another man was tak
leaves at the top. 'They sometimes -
lug a crew by launch. with boats at- very
tached,' to his furm near the lake to stand all alone upon the prairielike Office on Main Floor, North Side Broadway KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
sentinels. The under the
pick and crate string beans to be shipped posts
Graystone porch at Kissimmee are .
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r # some palma cut to fit. There is aground --
We passed through Lade Kisaimmee, about 6 16 - ..
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beautiful body of water about fiiteen The Citrus Exchange was booking or- ANNOUNCEMENTSFor

'r a miles in length and perhaps ten miles in the inches top in which height 1 and.akes! grows fine feed an acorn for the on den last week at from $1.90 to $2.40 f. I r Everybody Know 1 LIMONA I
b. for And f. o. b. means
width to a landing called Turkey Hammock o. oranges. Clerk Circuit Court.

1 'h. whps we were met by five large picture"hawgs.you can By'the of a way razor, get back the, and worst It f. o. b. packing house.: This doesn't AC the nrntnt ollcltatlou of my friend VAN, CAMP'S Healthiest Place in Florida .
antos. We were then taken to the demonstration look like the greeir fruit agitation. throughout the count; ,1 bereby.nnoaure, my
the Urcnll Court
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will flatter some of them. saw elf a
;..... ; farm in time for supper. By moat beautiful rainbow It has been my "killed the citrus industry. !man and for 1 .Onceole iah to thank the people: :for their CANNED GOODS JUSTTEN MILES OUT OF TAMPA
J' the way we had dinner on the boat aa kind support in the part, and oliclt their rapport .
+ it took nearly all day to run down. We good luck to see, one day at 2:30: p. m., In the future. If elect*,)attention. 1 pledge to the mr; can't be beat. Try the). Oi the Seaboard to t-
near the earth and so beautiful.As faithful service and oertonal
4 rubbered around afteo supper lookingat LIBERTY PARKOnly duties of the om..... KeJlpet\lull,. Pork and Beans for Sunday <
to Florida, Kiasimmee Prairie, I J. 1.. OVIliKSTRIt):)'. NORTHERN SETTIEMENTFarms
the trees,and the truck on the farm, or the Soups, Kraut,
have but it I
nothing; praise, as more
r, +c ,which has been in operation but a short than filled my expectations, and to any one-quarter of a mile "'>t- I Spaghetti, etaDibble Grove.and Winter Hornet

time, until dark when we all gathered the limits of Kissimmee For Tax Assessor. :
i one anticipating taking a trip I would from city Address ,

11 inside some fin and recitations told storiee by and Mrs.listened Vidal.to say go the same route I did and visit and on an improved hard road office 1 horebT of Tax announce Aiweuor myself of Oer candidate ola, county for..ubI the- { & Son J. E. SNYDER, LIMONA, FLA. ,"

i .. Augustine and other points of Inter- I the will ol "
t Grover wouldn't tell-any stones because and along the line of the surveyor I I 'coming primary, and If elected. promf.tetso Broadway
est on the way back and don't hurry. attention toerery detail M>n- ,
+ he had been thoroughly-broken of the' > ..,_ THOMAS MALEY. I the new electric railroad. gtre uected. mr.lIb personal the 011I".. C. BUCK tLS. )

r habit by his parents when quite young. The best of fruit and truck landin -- - -- ,
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; The. air b.re is simply great as this is five- and ten-acre tracts at160.OO
Notice of Stockholders' I
Meeting CONFECTIONERYw
a about flrty-gve miles from the Atlantis ,. For Superintendent of Public

oo the east, and about 150 miles from Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday $ per acre that will be Instruction. !

r y *the Gulf on the west. There seems to the 9th day of January A. D. worth double this value within a I hereby announce.elfaeafldid.oforthe PHOTOSJust IN BOXES AND IN BULK .

'b* a brsece constantly in the day time. 1912, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., the few months. office of finperlnlendeot ef. Fubllo instruction FRESH AND GOOD: ,:
the
of Oeceolacoanty, "sublet to the will of |
The/nights are' cool and the beat ever annual meeting of the stockholders of. Kisaimmee is growing rapidly Democratic voters Dt tbe coming primary,and '

'?' tort sleep. I. must have slept, as the the LIghUey-Parsons Cattle- Companywill and U certain. become one of dntloe If of tbs will oflloe.4."OIe my entire R.D.lime OUICK.to the the Thing for a Soda. Cigars, Tobacco ;i':

'sti'r haffenn said they had never been disturbed be held at the Graystone,, hotel in _, ,
_.t by snoring until 1 came. Well, the Town of Kiasimmee. Florida. the principal, inland cities of Christmas'' Gift We have a nice line ofSTATIONERY ).

,.- If no on*slept U-was their own fault, T. L. WILSON, lorida; the country surrounding For Member of the Legislature.J ,.

\t ai'the'tondition were- perfect except 50-2t ''Secretary., Ciasimmee* is rapidly improving, I hereby announce nM the office of Kepraaentallve from this In friends than a-nice ;
the snor*. and those who get in on the the will of by your photo
3. the Florida LeiMatnre,subject ttt of our latest in different qualities and '
'of yourself on one
...}. ,idTSe i next morning after getting up to I "The .Florida Citrus Exchange was round floor will reap the splendid the and Democratic suit. she. support voter of at all tbe the eomlnit white. primary voter. oltb style mounts, Come early to prices also local and Florida J 1

.!1 Ui.) u 11!i of sandhill cranes, which are quoting oranges Saturday' twenty-ft..e [ rewards. There .is no uncer. ,.county.. ,f1..CLIo8TaNFU&D.. :. avoid delay.'Wilder'sStudio. v Postcards. -

tc*; rbetitnigoodlyanmbenandprotected, ;: cents a .bo* higher than .the;\were.aI I tainty about the increase in the h4

r r.' -'by State laws, we ate breakfas t the week ago, ,all grades, and yet. the'outside valUeofyour, investment if you MRS. A TRESS /.

l i :'Mote ";:did wars.taken O. a land viewing shippers don't ...ID'to have-feund in Liberty Park., ...t *A 'want ad la the vauiy' Gazette al , .. .. ,

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.St. Cloud duet by Miss Bartlette and Mr. Dau- Pointed Paragraphs \, ,- ;1:"

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r 't Have you fried the juice r the Flor< ; : .. :: C ;. :.. . "
r-.;', ." #) Ida ? It is drink fit for the !
Correspondent. A large crowd of l St. Cloud,people orange a ". ,
!ft.r Tr C. ROBERTS, gods. .' . ., , '
;'.., : ;: went to 'Kissimmee on Monday to attend ,. \ -1* ; : .
;- ,1'be'' masquerade ball Thanksgivingnight the show,and a few stayed to Hear : :. .
," The cold snap last week'put 'the fin While stocklasts <
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.,. ,; at the Uttc hall was a, grand success. Ralph Bingham, the famous humorist. present -
, Among those present who were Mr. Bingham program consisted of shing touch on the Florida 6range. Its "
now pumped full of flavor, and has ,
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* in costume were Margarite Chase and music, story and song. '
thb color that won't rub off.
Ella Ladner as cow girls; Helen Chase, "

", a pack of cards; Mrs. Ely!; and Harrieti B. F. Owens, on New York avenue, The best way to'buy oranges is by we are sellingS-S :
i Bartlette as children; Miss Epple, the.hephardeu I who has been quite ill for the past two. the box. The original unbroken pack .
Mrs.. Ferguson, goddessI
; weeks, is slowly improving. ;
be contains
age you can usually sure
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, fruit just as it left the section that .'
f girl; Ella McAllister, Janapese girl;
itCongratulations
t Mr. Ely devil; Elmer Baker, Pancake THE HOMESEEKEK produced
Bill; Mr. Ferguson. Spanish war veteran I ;
r.t''''', ; Bert Harmon, girl; Jim Rowland, I :>> to the citrus growersof PARIAN PAINT .
f cow boy.Senator. Who Comes to Florida Wekomed. Florida. They are getting prices
for their fruit that will revive the industry L

,!: Lynn, of Washington, D. C., I and Treated Right: and bring additional millions of wa.\ :
was a St.! Cloud visitor Friday and Sat. This to be the favorite season dollars into the state. ... ..
''V urday. of the year for the coming of home' .
I ., I seekers to this state. The explanationseems California is quoted with only 1,500 (every gallon guaranteed) : :.
I; John Dever, who has been in chargeof to be that the Western farmer carload shipments up to date-about ,
.:." '.' the electric light plant since it was'I'1 I waits until he has handled his crops before 2,500 carloads less than usual.: They / ,
: installed, has sent in his leaignation''I striking out "home-hunting." have found out that.the Florida! green "

! ':'. and will leave Thursday for California Then, too your Westerner wants to fruit agitation other than the the low of .
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: and Washington. His many friends j come to Florida and enjoy the salubrious Florida growers. at price .
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" regret to see him leave the community. I climate just the same as we do. -
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I This being so, he drops down upon ua Tourists now in Florida can make no
: The Ladies; Aid Society of the M. E. I I for the first time in the fall. more acceptable Christmas present to .;

j" . church held a bazaar on Thursday, Dec. j Florida should be proud of this class their friends "back home" than to ship $1.50 per gallon 'i
'l 7th, afternoon and evening. In G. A. R. of prospective citizens, and should do them: a mixed box of oranges, grapefruit i
;t,. hall. They had all kinds of fancy and all that ii possible to induce him Jto tangerines and kumquats. !
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domestic articles for sale. The Ep- come and locate. This state needs '
.''jI t, '0, .worth League had charge of the refreshment I more men, real rren. Your Western Meet Me in Kissimmee. (Excepting the Window Green :t':' ?
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\" tables. Everybody was In.r"t farmer is a real man, he is an
Ameri-I [Written for the Valley Gazette.] '
'.- vlted, > can. Bring. him here and you
'". ., .'.! have to teach him American ways-he I i When ; came home to the flat Lai'
4 i .. .)lr. and Mrs. Shambow are here knows them. He conquered the Indian He kiting up'his coat and his hat;

'if.)': \'v'"' ,from Montana for the winter, and are and the western plains: and he.caiMrin Be gazed all around, but no wifey he-. ,
?t1'f,7In.t 1 their home on Carolina avenue out over every obstacle to be met with found- B'MAKINSN"
here. So he said, "Where can Flossie be
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r' Cleve Outlaw moved on Monday to his If we get citizens for this state from atT"A W.: : -

\' ',*, :fine new house on the corner of New Old Europe, so much can not be sail' note on the table he spied. ... _
,York avenue and Cypress street. for them. They do not know our ways -
: He read It just once, then he cried;
t\\' ii of living, and In fact if they come '
It ran, "Jimmie, dear, it's. too slow for COMPANY ;
2i The work on 'the Christian church from Southern Europe, they can scarcely me here, ,

ti :scorner Kentucky avenue and Twelfth be said to have our tradition. "So think I will go for a ride." I j
V'u ," 'street, ; also the Baptist church on Therefore,! welcome, ye Westerner. .
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I ;};<. Massachusetts avenue and Eleventh Come and make your home with us and CHORDS. I't.. ,>
street, are progressing. The Christian we will treat you right-JacksonvilleMetropolis. Meet me in Kissimmee, Jimmie. ; : ) ; .
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church. Don't tell me ,the' people;gather anyplace ' :, >=. ;
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hall' Friday afternoon;, ,Tb meeting Florida at 12.11.: It was shipped. from and pomelo are delicious, : "
{f will. .tI charge of Mrs.; L.ou HendiJx. one,rvho does''pot, believe in. the' ,Exchange I'will meet you at Kissimmee, Jlmmle. ; '. Sash arid ,Screen. POO fV 1 ,. i .g- rffr* f
: : methods: 'The' same day In the ;At Klselmmee Winter Fair.' : j&Vl
'Special long service was bald in the same market the Excgange grapefruit J .'-I" M* I '. 7. . \ " ,$ \ .1

M.('E.: ;church ;Sunday'evening.,; Four was bringing $3.60 to.$4.00 f. o. b. packing 'Goodhue, Min ;:!oIo.,'2T, 1911.. .. '. ...,.I, . '-1""... w ."" ; .....'. '..' Av : ...>If'jb:''' ',
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:PaP'4:, THE ,K18SIMMEE i YA1 LEXrGAZETTE\ ,,;.... .," ; .

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I ', -.t, ,.. Ik. ,KiSS. ..!., .e' ,Valley l Gaiclte' I-, ,:, ,, ,'.".. .,- "- ,C-' '. -, - .,--- ;,: '' : .-" Local J :Oyerflpw: ' .:.4,:'M'


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,w. B. HARRIS, Editor ara'Vrop'r, Increased .' ,
c g !I. J. TR1PLETT Associate Editor. 1 Subscription ., The music class of 'tisceola* High ", / -,::

, Schoolunder the direction of Miss V 'y, :
'iUBta88ED IiYERY FRIDAY. c' Fannie Lowe,.will give an entertainment :.'" ,. ':
I Beginning with January 1 1912 the subscription :
in
% { Office In Valley" Gazette Building. the"school auditorium on .Mon

s KiaaiimKB.OBCBOLA COUNT; FLA.. ._ price of the Valley,Gazette, will be day lic ,,is the invited.18th to which Ibe performance the general pub wil s I '

8UB8CKIPTION RATES 'I I I.OM ;1.50 a year,. 75 cents for six: iftonths, or 40, begin: at ?.o'clock, .4.tbel small admission -

f 0._. riser.. '........', *."....4.l 00 \ cent for three month, and no subscription'' of 15 cento will be charged,
OM_ '." _....:........:ugo.r.;.... mAll "\. which will go to defraying toe expensesof
will be taken for less time 'than three4'1'months. '
a the l.... BAKING POWDE
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1 _aao. JoDa.: ..e.pt tram our; -n- '- -- -
', tYd_'. r U, --..mart....Isiwd bF the writs aaMresJMd {' ., Mr. J. J. Griffin..,.f'.Klsslmtne*. was
..,..,.. star will Mt b* raurn.d
'_. , ,The --Valley Gazettefeel, perfectly, justified . a visitor in the city;yesterday, having
... na.. In making this increase in its rates as it come up on business and pleasure com ,
6be.d M thtl PaataftIee" KI -- M Absolutely Pur
bined and hie
...__. was with brother, Mr. 8,
llaaa. baa almost trebled in size to what it was a S. GrittJn. He is in love with his new

_''f ,1 December 8 1911 few and print twice aa much home and declares Kissimmee I I.coming
; Friday years ago to the the ,front' with ,rapid stride,

-, pure reading matter as many papers in the having more than doubled In population
.... in .the last few year*.-Orlando Re
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Our New Office Building. state whose subscription price is $1. porter-Star. Makes Home Baking Easy

We find that to publish a paper such as
+ h The Valley Gazette this week engaged 'Mr1."E. C. Coon of Sioux Fall. S. D..

t! the Lodlam".A- MacDonouKb: Company the Van..Gazette'requires the expenditure '" was in the. ejt.>. a few day* this week ,- ... .

n to erect a two-story brick building to be r of a large amount of money, much more view looking, to-over locating general-condition permanently* with Mr.a Bother' aid. to the housewife : .......

., 1/ used as-a' home lot'this paper. The than even if we had trebled our price, and Coon has been connected with the Southern is so great:, 'no other agent so

ry''t r, ', ' building will occupy 10 feet on Darlington we feel and know that our patrons fully Colonization Company for some .
s : : avenue *6i feet omStewartavenue months, and states that there are hun- useful and certain'- in making "
appreciate the good work we have done and dreds of people in the Northwest who
f' 'and 31 feet Church street the main wholesome foods
i on delicious
;; the superior excellence of the Valley'Gazette'to Intend moving to Florida as soon aa they ,
Stewart I "
entrance to k s on avenue. can dispose of their holding
.1 The lower Boor will be used ex such an extent that they do not desire any

l'' elu.ively'b1 the Valley Gazette, while department of the paper conducted,at a loss. The glass D.refrigerator R.: Blenfs Co.in'ha their* Installed grocery aa The Baking Powder ':
only
;, the upper floor will be made Into three The Valley Gazette has at all times exer. tore and are now prepared to keep m .
{ handsome apartment with. all modern condition all
perfect kind
; of green stuff
y, conreniemeea. 'The location of our new cued its best efforts to give' its patrons more as well ,as butter, cheese etc. While made from

:, home Is just west of our present quarter than the full value of their money, and wordsof this company has been in bU.lne.. only of .
Cream Tartar
*. a couple of month It has taken rank Royal Grape .
construction of praise have come to us from every quarterof with:the foremost grocery house ot
\ The reason for the the United States for the good work we the city, and the progressive spirit displayed -
this new home<. that the Valley Gazette by Mr. Blent will bring the
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has grown to such sUe and its business have done in building up and making prosperous greatest success to the company. No Alum No Unto PhosphatomHILLIARDSJSIAND A

ha Increased that Its present quarter this city, county and state; we therefore Mr. J. E. Mattocks, president and

r-*? If., are entirety inadequate, and it has ever feel that we are only doing ourselves manager of the Lake Gem Land Co.,

been our custom to permit neither expense justice when we advance our subscriptionprice left yesterday with a party of five gentlemen -
c' ''I nor labor to stand in the way offuml.hillg for Lake Gem Villa, that beautiful -
to $1.50 per year, 75 cents, for six and attractive place which has but
with
our patrons a paper
t -- months or 40 cents for .three months the recently been opened up to the public.
)t e wholly in keeping witb the advanced Mr. Mattock. states that the sale of '. i I
e time and at the same time be a true same to'take effect January 1, 1912.In lota in Lake Gem Villa has been far be- [ n III Word of Appreciation to the

: t ,, reflex of the prosperity of our city and making this increase, the ,alley Gazette yond his expectations.and believes the ; i County Commissioners. i
last one will be of before
.i coont). We have in the past and will is only following the example set by close of the year.disposed the Items of News From;;; That Thriving I The people here are happy and kind.
in the. future put the major portion of
in the state who during thepast 11 From their minds has been lifted a' -
very dollar we can into the Valley Ga- many papers New buildings are springing up so Settlement and'Its Vicinity. I .
Ld cette, ''and if our success should continueanother year, have increased their subscriptionprice rapidly !M this city that we are keptbu.y load;
For the Commissionersnever -
getting out ox the way 6f workmen they thought
r "d: it ha two to $1.50 and $2. Messrs. Ira Wetherbee and C. L. Hil-
a* the
\ year past the latest to come to our attention would find
:H years, we' feel certain that we will be being a two-story brick store room liard were serving on jury last week. How badly they needed a road.

able to give our patrons twenty-four and office building on Darlington avenue The many friend of Mrs. E. F. Masters -
to be built by Mr. J. M. Willson, will regret to learn of her illness But the County at last ha heard our
page paper, or, perhaps a daily.
r" Jr. This building will add much to the
fw The business men of Kissimmee have looks of that avenue and we venture last week. cry' .

d ;t' treated as liberally in the way of advertising the assertion that every foot of space M>edames Ira Wetherbee, C. H.IFunk And fixed the road that was needed so; wit.<

) I. IJ patronage, for which we are MacDONOUGHKEELERlFlorida I ANNUAL ELECTION 'In, it will be rented before the foundation and I. H. Wetherbee spent Wednesdayin Now let the weather be wet or dry.

'j<, deeply grateful and in return we have I is completed. Kissimroe, the guests of Mrs. L. H. We all to town can go.

1 used our best efforts to bring them increased and Pennsylvania Bound with I Of Officers of General 0. 0. Howard in Mr.the city Fred for Knapp the of Rossville.of inspectingsome Md., is Cohoon.' Now the people can come this way. if.
i business and continued purpose .
prosper
Bands of Love. Post G. A. R. land he recently purchased in Kis- Messrs. I. H. Wetherbee-and-Benja- they care 4-
ity. The Valley Gazette has labored to The Florida Eden to '
I simtnee Park and on yesterday calledat min Barber assisted W. L. Wetherbeein see
make 'all our citisen prosper and will In the presence of only the immediate On Wednesday afternoon the annual the Valley Gazette office to say that harvesting his oranges last week. And its to the roads-they never will

i always labor to that end. The prosperity families MUsSaraD. Keelerof.-bllad.lphi. j: Selection of officer of General O. O. he is more than pleased with his purchase it aw.ar-
Thanksgiving the misfortune
of Kiaaimmee and Osceola county ., and Mr. George M. Mac Don ouCh I I[I Howard Post G. A. R., was held at move,his so family much here so that to remain he will perma shortly of the two eve Mr. Wetherbee was to be- The sights will make them happy and

mean the prosperity of .the Valley Gazette of Kissimmee Florida formerly of this i 1'' poet headquarters, on Darlington nently. Mr. Lapp is florist in Roseville alone over night. A trap had been kept free.

; the prosperity of the Valley Ga- place, were united in the bond of wed- j I'I avenue, and resulted in the following aa well as a fruit grower and presented set for some time .for a wildcat which
sette mean the of Kistimmee the writer with some fine apple Back in our seats we want to recline
prosperity lock yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at'! being chosen to serve for the next
bad been their chicken.. .
t from his orchard. Of course Mr. Lapp annoying Next A* on the sawdust road we're riding /;..
and Osceola. county.; the home of the bride' brother Paul year the installation to take place at subscribed for the Valley Gazette. morning they were much pleased to find along- f>ff

The Lualara A MacDonough Company Keeler In Camden, N. J. i the meeting in January : they had captured one, and succeeded When we smell the scent of the fragrant -
i ,.inform* .usv'Uat'our new home will be The home was prettily decorated with T. M. Murphy Commander.C. I Mr. and Mrs. Dann Summer of Hammond in I pine
killing iLThe
ready for by the first of February Ind.. arrived in the city Satur- Our hearts are happy with song. -tv
p C occupancy palm, ferns and chrysanthemums, the I W. Fleming S. V. I w7 .
for short with Mr. Summer'smother
day a stay L. U. A. S. bad a special Thanks
bridal party standing under bower of P. F. Twitchell. J. V., Mr*. Mary Summer, managerof The autos can now go along in the road ,. ''
u the home
giving meeting; at of Mrs. Ira'
the same decoration The ceremony, I U. Blenis Quartermaster. the Mite Realty Parlor Althoughit Without anyone pushing/behind./
beautiful M. Cosner i i. the Intention of Mr. and Mr Summer Wetherbee Thursday afternoon. Nearlyall And with wagons we tan haul big load,
which the double-ring Chaplain
'A; CURFEW tAW''i" was to remain only until the forepartof member were present and each one So It.. better for all mankind.
ceremony, wa performed by Rev. 0.1 I O. Derbyshire, O. D.' next week, from the manner In which expressed themselves-* very thankfulfor
i H. Wale of Philadelphia.,a former pastor J. E. Whitman O. G. they speak of the weather condition The horses and mules, you can 'most
':wnl 1 Be'' Presented to State here at this of the and the the many blessings received; duringthe bear them say: : .
the Council l at of the bride. Delegates to Encampment C. season year "How fine to us this road now looks."s !
.,'I Next' .. The bride wa* attired in white voile W, Fleming and O. Derbyshire; alter.: extreme friendliness of our desire it i I. put.year. the hone will\ neigh and the moles -.

." ,; Jlb" Meeting.For over silk and carried white chrysanthemum's. nates, J. H.. Eby.and J L. H. Gaboon. quite remain probable and become that permanent they may resident to Mr. G.. W.'Funk of Jeromeville, 6., will bray- "'gJTAnd 7

I some time it has been desired by .. She was attended by her sister, Major T, M. Murphy, the newly I I. spending the winter,with., his cousin, I I They've taken out .U,'lot the crookit/,

} 'some of>the ,citizens of -our city that Miss Laura .Keeler of Philadelphia. a* elected 'commander, has been a residentof Hamilton W. 'W.' of'Glidewell this citv.were..ued and, Miss Lucille in Mr, C.4JFunk.., The airship company can move away:

.we' might'' have a Curfew ordinance.At maid of honor. 'Miss Keeler wore pink Kissimmee for the put twentyfiveyears marriage Wednesday afternoon the Mrs. G. W. Hays and daughter: ; Je.sie .- And our farmer will not complain; :.

last a committee of the Council i* ilk and carried pink chrysanthemums.The and ha faithfully and efficiently ceremony taking place in Orlando. The called,on Mr*. Wetherbee' Tuesday The autos and wagons will do them now
And ride
; ,(L preparing an ordinance which will groom wa attended by .Harry served our people in several Offices of intention of the young people were afternoon previous to her leaving for they'll out the Hughey lane.

I likely com* before the' Council at it* Fennimore of Millville, N. J., aa beat trust among which was the office of kept a secret and the marriage came the sanitarium at Formosa, where she Our thanks are not u many

$ \next: 'meeting. The ubsUnoe of the man, and Paul Keeler of Camden, a mayor for four yeara. The remainderof city.aa a surprise Mr. Glidewell to their was friends formerly in con-this and Mi. Irene Dullard went Wednesday As the sands of the sea.
But for grain of sawdust
ordinance, is that children under the I brother, gave: the bride away. the gentlemen with the exceptionof ductor on the Midland railway, but now morning: for treatment. All wish We're every as thankful. can be. ,'"

1 age of sixteen years shall not be permitted I After the short but beautiful ceremony Mr. M. Cosner have been here buts has charge of a train between Arcadia for,them speedy i improvement in health. THS LADIES.
to loiter. wander; or stroll upon the the recipients few held and Boca Grande. The bride is a
happy couple were years, although they are in
of Mr Mr A. G. Hamilton
k daughter ane ( .
the after 8 o'clock
streets in the even- of the hearty congratulations of the greatest esteemand by all .
./ respect of this city, and i i. a very attractiveand
b' 'Ing In the winter time, and after 8:30 those present, after which a sumptuous classes of citizen accomplished young lady.

in the summer. wedding luncheon wa served. t For the Christmas Fancy Work you will need
While attending the circus
,1 Any one violating the same,will be Mr. and Mr MacDonough, amid a Monday ,
night, a crowd of six stalwart men entered ;2 r
arrested by the marshal and conducted bower of rice and confetti, left on an fOWLER PA'RK( and took seats in the reserved SACHET POWDERS

.'J) to his or ber home, and the parents or early train for y.r hlngton, D. C., seats section, when a stranger wa
guardian be warned of the violation where they will spend several days on heard'to remark to a resident "Lookat We carry a full line of the most delicate

of the Ordinance and of the Local Happenings Interestingly Told that bunch of giants.: Where on and lasting perfumes..
\ penalty. the way to their Southern home. earthdo they hail from!" And the "' .

'For.a second offense ape parents'shall The groom is a well known architectof by Our Correspondent. answer was "Why, Baaainger, of

,be & d/and then if the child can not Kissimmee, and formerly' a templet course. w.ifu raise nothing. there but ,OSC EOI:: : : ." .A.. I-'HARa2ACY: : : .
Nothing wonderful has occurred that what above pound" f iOCULUM
be controlled he or she shall be' remanded maker of this place and a son of Mr. 200 v'To
the correspondent knows of only the "Well, said the stranger, that
f' to the county juvenile court. and Mrs. M. MacDonough who recently town of Bassinger I'm'going, for it
gathering of at Mr. McAdoo'sWednesday.
,P' We believe that such an ordinance moved to Florida. The bride I. also men must be the heaven I've long sought

:' would be a help to all-parent who wish well known at this place where she frequently A dozen or more were I've been living among midget all my
c train there-just happened so, tb talk crops, life, ajyl I'm going to live the few :
.- to their children so that they may visited friend She.was the -
road, fertilizer, etc. year yet left to me among a crowd of
t "be ome', good and useful 1 men end recipient of many beautiful wedding real men."
Elsie Schriber
deserves a chromo.
women. gift of silver cut glass and linen.
f She did not ml** a day from school .
_ At St. Petersburg they have such ant The Republican extend congratulation last week. Nothing daunted-If she The 20th Century Wonder
ordinance, and the of that to Mr. and Mrs. MacDonough and Family GatheringEvery
mayor
'f city can not ride she can walk, rain or Cures and prevents disease of fowls. Is used and
..writes us: "We find that the Curfew Its wish I I. that they may have a long -
shine. recommended by such .
poultrymen. U. S. Fisher Haw. "
law keeps the boys off the and happy wedded life.-Pbcenixvlll* ,
streets and Mr. Rezener having his land fenced. member of ICiu IIIDee'. large kins. Bradley .Br .., etc. '
helps the moral of the town You (Pa.) Republican Nov. 80.
js will find that it will benefit your town Those who have garden stuff to sell family will enjoy the feast of Fu cad Inoculate your chickens with Oculum and save 80 per
t get good prices. cent of them.
'-,U you have it enforced. Free Ride Quite number of bur'citizens went Fortune, Melody, Novelty and Ckasce 1 Sold under positive guarantee., Demand it of your druggists '5!
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''The mayor of Lakelahd writes us : into town Monday. Of course they had next 'Tuesday, if tile, attend the Big and grocer ,. .
1 consider the Curfew ordinance one to take their children to see the show.

R ..' >':''of the beat aids that, we have in handling i A sqsadroa W flying sates will leave Mr. Fail came down last week. He Auction Sal of Town Lots out OB .

} a a lot of boys;who are full of energy Bind Stasd at 9:30 a. am., Bert Taes- i* now unloading his car. He purchased Bryaa sad Emmett Streets. There willIe ,,., ,,.'
i and mischief yet who are not bad boy seventy acre of Park land and I
at hearC, The day Dec. 12tk for tie,. a flood of f music for everybody.
t ; home is the foundation ,, Bif'Asctioa wllr-begin' at.once'to.make a homo. *

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Pr' at home:the community is safe. We but he of Mr The Santa Store
'think the ordinance is a good one, and aeahkfal l rid. for everybody to salt Mr. King got was none wise enough, King'to scare garden him I twelve somebodies.. Twelve fat tar- .

,'recommend it to the keys jar twelve tacky folks, and a doD
I consideration of rreonds. off. A little wisdom and some work ,. t. .

'r all.parents who want' to know 'where often pays. beauty for some little tirL A squadron We 'are headquarters- for dolls of all kinds, including the 4

.. my.boy' tonight! A.,Rfcht Nice: Man. Mr. Reed's son will make his home of free riding auto from tie business popular character dolls-doll carriages, furniture, dishes etc. \ 4.

x similar The mayor' of Sarasota writes In a This I. ideal here with his parents, he;having resigned ; Our large line of toys Includes drums, pianos, games, mechanical r '.' i
Strain.1 of the
.our conception his position to' come to' sunny center.at 9:30 a. m., slurp.nTZSIMMONs .toys, carts, and .everything usually found in a well '
.We, cannot bat hope that our Council true gentleman: A man! tbat'e clean Florins '
stocked If want candles
? 1 AUCTION CO. toy.tor.. you and fire-works they're = :
'jrfll pa* :::'this ordinance, and that our Inside arid ;outside; who neither look ,M; A. C., Fasenmyer, vice-pre.ld.ntof here.' You'wlir'alsd? find books, stationery, picture frames .
e parents will l see that If I up to the-rich pr down to the poor; who ? t
obeyed -
; by the Commercial National bank, Kan- ir 'Ouisimas'GOoc neck-wearl'aprons, handkerchief and hosiery'; ; at. reasonable'prices. ,
4' xthir.children.;, ." can lose without squealing: who can win sas, ,KAna.'an4"if., ,' were here Rugs and matting
here
squares are too. Come i :
without ; ( , in. __
", ; .; : boasting; ;onidertion to,women last week visiting Mr.'Mauka., i have; ordered, a large stock of can ,

V(aborers'W'anttd.'' children and old.people; who Is ." .CORRESPONDENT: dles-nuta 'and t fruit for..the holidaytrade' :, A SiT
0 L GILBERT
too.brave to lie,:too generous to cheat, 4 ( J \ ,, and will' b.\,abld' to please the .

:' a Twenty'men wanted to work.as labo..1 and..too?,seniible to loaf;..who.take. his .,.,.J ths' most.;diacrlmin.tlng In' th.t Hno. Beau .'
",t't: ere on:street. paving'Work.?: share of the world,." good; and tents :A wine adjhi Gazette- - always and see*my stock before purchasing. .North Kisslmitiee j"

.,,;.w480, $; W..r,'O. Langford., "..Wages.d0 a other 'people' have tb.elra.-, .;; Palatka. bringe"reeults> and, all it coataTs '' ,"' M.' ..UI.&RAa.' .' ,f\ ',. ..0 a;, ,. I ;

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\ December,g,i91__ ,: r. .. : THIS 'Jq88I..BI 'VALLBf GAZETTE' \r ,4, A
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'The KlsslDimeeValleu Gazette Cole eta spectacles, 'scientifically; and I Iperfeetl . "
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.* *' Mr., and Mrs.' Denig"have returned
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at <
sojourn Fort '
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PUBLISHED ;EVERY: FRIDAY Myers, where Mr. Den Ie was employed .
Key J. M. ,
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rrETW as relief Loyd()
a.Weather! NAf1R10:: telegraph operator.Tho' ,r ", J

',J. . : Rev. David D.,.Kldel will hold .. + ...

b series in the Episcopal church on of.Indianapolis,. Ind. I' .. :. LAKE G E'-M' "';' '. .
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Sunday next.: Morning pray.r, sermon . ":

I t ,:w : Report ,and holy communion.at at 10:80.' :: wilt preach! at 'the .* ',, ., . . '. ;"::.., y /r

t Mr. W. J. LankfordI: "i -
'representing
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,' .' the Pauly Jail Building Co...arrived in
'. the the city last night to superintend the :! :; :
Following'-are1 daily tern* BAPTIST VILLAt' :
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I J& .: peratures arid precipitation aa' installing of. the steel cell*, in the'Julr j I .: ." .

\yNe reported .by the Government. "A thing of beauty I* a joy; forever." CHURCH; ". '' .., !.

It'' .Station'Xlssimmee, for' the), II It's inside deeoratinger'Will painting! see i- ,." .. *,
Green.' He' call and .
: week ending! .Dec... 7; 1911. give estimate guarantees free. Box 189 or phone ,'. :? ... .. ,., ,', .,

!.. IU&, 11III. UUII 60. -,- ?, 4 Y/, .47tf ,Next. Sunday .; 'f ,1 . I." '. Ie ,.'. _.... ..,

: .', Friday.' ,,..,... 61,86, .<, If you have ''property 'you' desire. to ,- ... Hie ., I #
the
't ; soil for
products of xe'Ithere'1
I .. sell, see C. Buckels, over Xati', (tore.He : ; : your
\' Saturday ..... 67, .87 wt, .has had fifty experiencein ',4 'j' .* -,
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\ Sunday:..... 76, 40 ".-.. Florida, and knows' what the people ':. ; ** .

, Konda,..\. .., 64 41 .., want. 60-tf . inspection--.it speaks> or''t' : :

Toeiday......, 70 45 .. There was nothing of unusual importance ,"j '' t. ;' '" i' ant, ;
y
the of- rfjl haveopenedjew+jewelry' and watch u'I--.--- .., /; s _. +. + 'A'r' ... .
',a ;robservations takyi only 5 days transpired at meeting the : '7 'f r /.:; + -- "i ,
overhauled Board of County Commissioners on repair ,hop in Lawson's Cash Store, 't''T"'O '7 : '
Instruments,' being Monday only routine; business beingdlepas.if and:'taker this meant of soliciting the ,

f'" ... of.. ', patronage: of_ the_ public .Any work SixtyOrange'- : and,' GraiiefriiitGroveswithin
left[ with me will > receive prompt and :. : n
At.the of the School Board ,' ,
meeting careful attention. ''Prices. ,, reasonable, '" "
:WVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV VVV V'I on Tuesday only routine matter were F.G.,White. 't :- 46-tf- radius' of two'JDies.) '

considered, such ies' auditing bill, pay .
'
ing teacher and adopting minutesof .Rv. and lira, Snyder will be at home f Of,' '

I THE LOCAL FIELD j the last meeting.. -. SMre. to the. mempers and friend of the -', MBA.

.. church 'oil next Tuesday w -" .- ,. ,
$ S.. J.-Longdon, statepresident evening'Dec. 12. from 7 to 10 o'clock. .' '.' I. ' <, '
I of the Woman Christian Board of Missions friend in the mostcotdialy "
city are
$ "will meet with'the local awdliaryMonday. Invited to comp to the manse ",W ater-protected; from frost by.. the : numerous ; ;

,. Dee. 11, at 8:80 o'clock' at the for a social evening. ..."'-" ""'r , ., ..... : ;. .
Christian chu :b... ,. . ' '. ',, '., ."I
The nextlaymen's will be lajtes. . .
.meeting ,
See the display in Cole' window. How doe. a merchant expect the buy fcek) at the Baptist church next Sunday -- : '! :'!" j r, :. .f.
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Read It;. S. Gilbert' ad elsewhere. unless he advertises in the Valley Gazette by Brother J. B. Hale. Subject "No "t' ,
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for correct information.The wthat alkup rightlypsalms 4 _"j y 1. ,
Take your eye trouble. to Cole. Witit's 11. 84. ::0' .
All men and boys cordially invited. A. . ,
Sisterswill '. *? purl "
Brusie Twin appearat '
pleasure show 1'
a' to you goods S. Nelson Chairman./ '
C A. Cole 6 -lt.. Opera House Monday Tuesday and / . Anyone wanting home in an exclusivecommunity ' 1'' ,;",! .
Wednesday nights. Refined sentimental The United Daughters of the Confederacy ,. "" '
Miss Beth Bryan I. visiting friend singing and up-to-date comedy; Iota will hold its regular monthly will be interested in it. . : ;1 \ .: '
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at Dover. of fun. 10 and,2P C<<'ntl. business meeting- next Wednesday ...'{. .
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The Hoard of Trade will meet Monday The Bru.le'TW: i*n'*Sisters will appearat afternoon! Dec. 13th As,there at 3 o'clock at Send for book describing the property. ; --:. ::. .r.. : ,,!,
Chapter House. are import "
night Opera House Monday Tuesday and ant matters to be discussed all members .. :" ;:; :
-Wednssday hte.4) Refined sentimental ,; -
'Blue Ribbon ice cream best in town. singing and up-to-date comedy; Iota are,urged to be present.Mr. : i /, "

Slitf Kissimmee Drug Co. of fun. 10 and 20 cents. .
D. W. Trumpeller reached the < :. ', '

We have what you want for him for The Brusie Twin Sisters will appearat city $ tarring Jacksonville and has ..' ". ,

%mu. C. A. Cole. 60-lt() Opera House Monday Tuesday and opened a establishment in the. I r. "' 6
Thurman building corner Possiell avenue .
ReAned sentimental I
ni hts.
Mrs. F. E. Williams visited relative. Wednesday and Broadway.Mr.. Trumpellerwill .
In Orlando last Saturday. singing and up-to-date comedy; Iota move his family as soon as he can '
of f yn. 10( and 20,cents, procure a suitable residence.
We give special attention to mail or- Lake Gem Land t "
C. Buckels, over Katx's store, has Compamy<
of the
Jfcr*. C. A. Cole. 60-1) had fifty-one years experience in Florida American The monthly Woman'business. League meeting will be

Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Poulk.'onWIneedav. , and knows what kind of property held on Monday afternoon at 8 o'clockat '
December 6th. a son. people want. If you have ar./ to the Chapter House. On account of v J. E. MATTOCKS, Pres. & Manager . "
it will 60tfsell "
see him pay you. be the '
f the entertainment to given oy .
How about a safety razor for him in Village Improvement Society on next , -'
We have two competent workmen KISSIMMEE FLA.
Cole} has them. 60-lt charge of our repair department, and Tuesday, the regular Tuesday evening i
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musicals will be dispensed with for that : ,,
We make a specialty of'gift.. for gen can take care of your work promptly ,
tlemen. C. A. Cole, jeweler and op- and guarantee satisfaction. C. A. Cole evening. I

tometrisC 60-lt Jeweler and Optometrist. 60-lt() Mr. Jno.-R. Evans of Chattanooga, I

Tenn., spent a few days in the city last -
Mrs. C. W. Griffin and little daughter Mr. C. Bunnell and family have S
reached the from Minneapolis, week and expressed himself as highly -".
city *
Janet are spending the week with ratativa -
with section. Mr. Evans is I Ia
pleased our
Minn., and -expects to reside here for
in Tampa. I
teal estate dealer in Chattanooga .
large
the present. They have rented a cottage .
..Write us your troubles if you are un- from Major T. M. Murphy.Mr. and formed a connection while ,
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ane to come C. A. Cole, jeweler and here with the Nelson Realty Co., whom
optometrist 60-lt P. M. Blake,.of Hutlnr' Mich., he will assist in locating new settlers in yL!: ..
and Mr. Wallace : Middle- Osceola county.Mr. t .

A. good well established mercantile ville, Mich., arrived Wednesday and C. C. Even, accompanied by Dr. .... >
will remain until late spring This is W
business for sale. to box 816Kisaimme
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and Mrs. Wynekoop Capt. and Mrs. ,
Mr. Blake's third winter here. ,
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Trenchant and Mr. and Mrs. Pomer ..aw

Ladies' There will btt lot of goods sold by have arrived in the city from New . ii. .. '1}.' ,
The Aid of the Christian our merchants In the next two weeks, York, and willremain for some time. w\ . ". ., :. ) \ I
church will meet with Mr. Aultman and buyers will certainly look to the column Mr. Even is a brother-in-law ot the .. ..

I 'Saturday, afternoon. of the Valley Gazette to see where Van. Agnews, at whose palatial home 4: ' {

'Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co.and the best bargain! can be obtained., on Paradise Island Mr. and Mrs. Even . "
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'and we will 'get a..drink. of thebeat 'Mr.' Carrington Barn, president of are stopping. .. '. ; '"", ..-.'- ..?; .. 1'd

v 14-' soda water made... 81tf the Klssimmee Valley Land Company 'The people of Kissimrae are entitled .,"., V. ,,.. '. ., '" ,, ..,!. \ ." '. ".." .... .,... ... ,, '.i t, 1. J'", \\oJ.,.,"."""',,,,".,' .,. ,
of the detail "
'' down from Jacksonville the first to know all connected .
came .r
,' Mr. J. :M. Gardner this ,
j' ,, was 'morning of the week 'and a couple of day with the borrowing of, 25,000 by the ",. f M 't'ith. '
;/.wom in a* deputy marshal and at spent (* ., . ,: 7 ;" '
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looking after the business of his com- city to for street paving and the 'J..a& I.. . \
; .once.began. active duty. %. .. ,,. pany. .. only'way that information can be disseminated :y. i l I __. ;: .

. \ ,Dr. Floyd, of Hawthorne Jt'L.pent is tor the Board of Trade to r'c
week The lyceum entertainment at the Auditorium hold and the councilmen '
a day or so in the city this with an open meeting -
\ ''-'' hi* friend. Dr. Rivera. on Monday night drew good be prevent and explain fully the '
audience and Ralph Bingham waa entire matter. ,4' 4 i
We have a preHnt'for every lady therewith the funnv buiiness. As a PARK ,
calling at our store on Tuesday* Dee. high class humorist, Mr. Bingham has Kissimmee and Osceola county, which 'r
12. \r&lssimmee Furniture Co. 60-lt few equals. latter is doing the best outside advertising .
of resources: done In Florida, are '
,_ :Mss C. and son. C. L. 'Jr., Kissimmee, the capitol of Osceola still being flooded with newcomers of v.: ::1
I 'returned Tuesday from.a short visit to county, enjoying 'a season of pros the best quality. They are people who 'v. 4.
i. Mrs. Hyatt'. parents at Lakeland. perity. Many settlers from all parts are posted by reading the local Kissim
I' of the country: are locating in and near mee papers every week and know Just "
Tn wise op-to-date merchant tells this thriving little clty.Arlando Re- what to expect.-Tampa Times.
-. the the columns of the porter-Star. .
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j. Valley Grist what be ha to sell. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Summers of :.
Mrs. J. P. Fox of Tampa, is spendingsome '.)
'Kre. time in the city the guest of Mrs.\ Hammond Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. J. : : I" ...
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( Pilley proprietress John Saunders. Mrs. Fox owns a residence P. Wilcox, of Tampa, have been the : .
i 'the Oseenla Pharmacy, spent a day or ,
on Beaumont avenue which she guestsof their mother, Mrs. Mary ,.,
: .so In Tampa this week on business is having renovated and made modem Summers:! at Lakeview cottage/ this ,

l Mr: and Mrs. S. -A.. Friable, of Auf in every appointment. week. Mrs. Summers is anxious to . t' "*-W
Iowa have her children near her, and it may I ,
rails, hare arrived in the city 1
|, church will have charge of the them to come to Kisaimmse to live. '

$ ( Ship fruits and vegetable: to candy booth at the Chapter House during The Land that has '
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'Peninsular Produce Co., Jacksonville the bazaar which will be held there An auction sale of. Iota will be held : '." ,
Friday and Saturday afternoon and by the Fittslmmona Auction Companyon '
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x aSati.factoryulea evening Dec. 15 and 16. 60-2t() Tuesday December 12. The lot, of .
\ .60-tf which there are twelve tobe sold, lay fulfilled all promises

,. 'Miss, Jessie Yesterday afternoon a car' load of west of the courthouse and free auto
Boston here
baa amved
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arrived the ,
peple will run between the business portionof
\ from Toledo Ohio and will spend the this left under the.guidance of
' morning the city and the grounds: that date.
f ,;-v winter with her mother Mrs. Richard F. for the Kissimmee
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Mr. Beuter
Twelve large turkey and a handsome ..
Clover.:. prairie where it is safe to say all of doll will be given away to parties at- "1'i

:-Mr. and Mrs. G. M. MacDonough them will purchase a tract of land tending the sale. .

have arrive in the city and taken The Sparks circus, which gave two The new dredgeboat of the Ludlam '

\",. room abbette street for the. performances in this city Monday, give MacDonoug .",-Co. was launched this V e .
..winter: full value for the money charged for .
week and the work of'filling in Cape ,,I
ftfJ::_ Jasa received a dandy line of pen- admission. The acts were all good in Breeze will begin a* soon as the machinery ; (

!.f J"I nanta, flyers and pillow top.J u.t the fact they were as good a* we ever witnessed car be installed and gotten into .. .
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," a; thing to send. for X-Maa gifts. in the great big shows. working order. Mr. R..L. Roberts has . '" .
| 7' r.60-ltA, At Cole's.I superintend.dthebuilding of the dredge
' Mrs. W. H. Farmer's millinery opening and willhave charge of the pumping

,' Mr.'jTM.: Ban of Atlanta, Ga., is last Saturday afternoon and evening operation.. -
iS. was largely attended, and the display .
tJw of
; ; gum his daughter Mrs. Jno. L. '
S Reaee.,'with whom be will spend the of choice' designs won many com Mr. Sid Pearce ot Basslnger a memo "
? ;winter pliments. In the evening the Kissim bar of the Board of County Commissionerij 1t.1' \ r:

i'; ,, mee orchestra furnished music: was in the city Monday in attendance .. y I. : .l4; "',. r
,r -Wi*have pleased others; we will the ''upon the regular monthly > .',.
1; I pUaae Ship us and Mr. Willis Chandler representing of the Board. Mr. Pearce '
you. oranges grapefruit. district the School Board;; meeting say ; \ '
". ;<:Peninsular Produce Co., Jack- Bassinger on that crop are fine t: 4
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il sonville.;' FlL'- 60-tf- was hi the city Tuesday to attend 'the shape< and condition generally are .' I !
( '' regular monthly meeting of the Board, about in ,his section of Osceola (' ,
'; a* good
1 Mn and.Mrs. Z. G. Stocking of Ster- and states that conditions are all that county a man could'desire, and that "" ,
'Hng.'lit; are among the recent arrivals could be desired hi' his section of the but what ; I
l there Is not a day a new set- !
m the city, and expect to spend the county. e tier in. "
i', !interim Florida move Kissimmee.. Valley Land 'C m (ny''t
forget. that
,.. "","" t'' Our subscribers mutt not A tourist car from Clark South Dakota .
; Get our rubber stamps make us ship beginning with January the price of arrived In the city this morning ,. '
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i Itii ,jnent of'fruits the Valley Gazette wW be $L50 a year. '. "
? or vegetables. Our Among the party was Mrs. C. p. .,
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J sales 75 cents' for six months, and 40 cents :
Peninsular Pro- .
Shrove, son and daughter.' rho cam to 'r '"
<;,, ee..1. .'o.Jickaonvi11e.,? ,rj*. 60"tfMiss () for three) months.; The prices will ap join Mr;'' Shrove WlChWIIi spend the H. B. IIOUCK.Rtsldtnt Manager :'t: ": ,.)
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, to renewal. well a* new subscriber ;
ply as a"u't
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'. Gertrude '' win tec in Kissimmee. 'The car' was i i' . ." ".

..l from, a!,v"lt. to Baa relatives ha* 'at returned Punta e- *. - under the'.chaperonage of Mr.' C.'..P.Rodgen -'. 0< fi.", .,' _. .,, ':'' .Jl< . "
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.i.+ t Gorda,, and I i.' the guest< .,of her sitter, C'Rev/J. M.Loyd of Ind,; I 'and the ':.passengers are all .J '

; ) .. JDO,. H.'Woodsll., ','- .-y will preach; at the Baptist church next' loud intfielrpraises of tile thoughtful d.'. .. KISSIMMEE q,-. -,..: :;. FLORID, .; :,-.., ,
"' " \- ness ..looking: after their ,comfort *- '" ,
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: 1.1Oept. Sunday.' Mr Loyd I* said to be one of :'C..fflklto: is iA-straw.vote for the next president ",
; : : having eon* the ablest divines in the pulpit and the :: , \\1< j; ;:
! structed a handsome and up-to-date res deacons of that'church are fortunate in was taken among the pasMjngera "it ., \0 :rJ. -" '

):. .Idenca our his Tacant lot opposite the securing his services for that date. 'A I on i the-:-and'nsulted'safollows' : : ., 'I\\. 1.: ... . -,. Gi: a +, *
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J u 'trpgressing-' _Jff .' : R SALE' ', ,


E.y es: it Feast 5} I '10..e-turn.-broom hooM.ban and.' ... .
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I s STEALING is Common ., .. Mm.pump pakr trM.wttb;_two lIn.dw mcin.SMTM. w.lla.:for II-Inch 1rNat.a.0u .. j l

t children. FALSEHOOD is : ," I .
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who can be depended upon FELIX ADLER ,, I . 28 MTM bord.rhigon lake:17 MiMundw ew. ,
President of the \ Untlon.. : I.a.nd......... .eru.a fanced Joinlnil: aowlnt thUr. 1
to ,ten the truth. I Ethical. Culture w. .l i:broom".......III.......cleaNd.t rn. .te.6 acrew plotNd. ,
SocietyPETTY All the but muck Ormliur land. Two marfrom
o The bulwark of the home U not'Itrong .
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' children freo from tho baneful .. mllM out M.r R. R. atattont.II
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C ,t b influences of outside things._ IT'S A PLEASURE for US "to 'show you'I 40 rb.artnt......6 mll_lIP.out.t.-5.......cleared.deep wall.S .-. 'I
Humanity is always losing ground l as well as gaining# it-morally. I .(-...traeta unimproved. I .r

There is a slipping-back, a retrogression. Mankind,of)tbo twentioth through our tock. Only two weeks ; S [ 1 111)tract&-acr.tract In unimproved.Plnedmlo. ..w,
eentuiy is losing the MOIJAL VIRTUES that mankind of the fifteenth a 6-......_ In ZvphjrrhilU. Pawso. coul"t '

century possessed.I refer particularly to the loss of raveronce -" until X-Mas and it's up to you to be' '6 BOO loU....cloM..In. In.DeSoto In Zephrrhllli.county.'mlloa Ateadla. ".,? t,

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toward people. 160 acre*In Clay: count ;w
t The tendency of the present day is to ENCOURAGE the young ready.. Our stock is much larger than !
I"" I .Cheap, medium and fancy properties .
to cease to reverence their parents and the aged. It is nothing at. .cheap medium and ; ,
last S
but sales also much
less than teaching them the GROSSEST INGRATITUDE toward, yea, our are i fancy prices but all worth the :.

those who have CARED. FOR and PROTEOTED them during larger S I money. ,. '.-

their infancy. [

THE HUMAN RACE '8 GRADUALLY SLIPPING BACK. We have not space to tell you about Elite Realty Parlor _.: ; .
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Mr.MARY M. SUMMERS. ManaeerLake 1 i

{ .. --- --- -- - -' -- the beautiful gifts our stock contains View Cottage. Kusiinmee,. FU.l'M"H"Ht \ f, ,;!4;j jt

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i,: : r k4 S1t and. satisfaction guaranteed. We will 2.50 to 3.60_per Ort day.All THE_ TEAL *1..II

be pleased to take care of your pur- Special by week or month. "iJ

1 H. W. fHURM, hip R.0. PORTER, Up. ; ; ..':
chases until X-Mas, if you so desire. ::1:4-4-4-++++++++++++++++++++++ 'J .:.f,
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,o0t -.5, ," $1 lor $2 per Acre per Month ,,

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well B.aramteed... provudf.trICtr. '
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{ . .NEXT TUESDAY Kissimmee. DEC. .12TH, I COLD WEATHER.I'1

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BIG. AUCTION SALEof ;,

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.j '. . A pair Burt& Packard Shoes for Men, $4 and $5 you want, if/so see us; we have :

Y A pair Boy Scout Shoes, for Boys $2 and 2.50 -

A A pair K, O. Shoes for Ladies 2,50 to 4,00 a big assortment from $ .50. up. :. ;

l r A pair Dancing Pumps (for Ladles $3 to 4.00A ,t"'"" t

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pair Red Goose School Shoes 1.50 to 300.. Also the best line. of Fire.Dogs'and ,'r;M:,

S Hosiery for Ladies and 15cctj .00 1 'i
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:: Weather Hints & ) ,skates poke fun at,. Our Town- toK "..... ., '. .. ., . ;r ,(. ''r,,.,.., ". .., ../., :"V.'".: ,\ I",.\. :
: : ork you for an ad.: and then meet the '... t. '

fakir.and tell him Jiat J J7Yllle 1' .
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t. my fake IikSduck takes to wa-, .. ;. $'-t2c : ,
: She's'good for $200 any day. Try .. '

____dThese"cOl1dthid&Y' "Tar: going! o.J last a.while' and you? ) !,t-1sbe'lJ eat but.of your band.." 1 ,r . . --""--'.. '

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't"" ; SOLD "ON HONOR '' .

y,; :We again call, attention'rrto'r ,the dI8tlrcti) e"PRINTzJs5"suits ; t . -f14..K; = v,:. ..' to
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ands coats. They combine .the .
I P y'I Premium of Guar;
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choicest designs-no alike, -: -withperfect fit and,, r3T
', hl grade materials. You cannot afford to miss seeing ; antee:' of' Worth.,, .M ;E/r"'i'E'EN': AV.E.' .,

..them; The Florida ,Citrus Cb&ftge.wbeD fit 3..,
; I I,
vi' was first established "
) went Into the
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: '. Separate skirts ..In the highly popular. .cheviot :; .. with the firm determination to ,

mixtures, Serge and Panama, many of them with loose ; ,. everybody with whom; it dealt, .. ,
tab'back and front. Prices from $2.50'\0 1250.' | ; as-a-shippef ores a'purchaser: ;.j' i .... .

6k ; absolutely "square deal." Jt took 0. a..... I ;ij

i Women's. and children's sweaters in plain white, ; receivers. In- the big auction mar N ...1 _. n i '
a year to find out that, in the first 1
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white with contrastinff-trimmings, and plain! colors.Women's ; .
,, the ,Exchange meant exactly ...
:t $2.75 to5. Children's 50c to $2.25.ia.tz's ; It said :when it promised: them all '7 I

t \ ; ,samples at ,auction should be "
: free; fair samples of the fruit .
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>: be sold, and that none of thi sam- .' :

'J ,'. ; of ''fruit handled by the Exchange ., .' .
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( ; be "deaconed". or "jerryed" er J
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. ." They finally) were convinced, These 12 plots, 'combining the city lot and truck farm k

,/11 ; that the Exchange meant It, within easy walking distance of. Church, School, Market and :( u
did it:, and longer the Exchange
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\ Post, will be sold
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doing$ business"" in the auc- "

.,.1;-',t. u' ; 'on that basis, the more confidence Next 'Tuesday December 12th _

. ':, ", ; buying trade had than when it ,' .

'f bt Exchange.fruit; it bought fruit at the Big Lot Sale ",
; to sample, and they telt that they .
Dinner Sets
$ Reduced afford to pay more money for All go (to the hishest bidder, I'cash balanced, 6 and 9 months.. .
; when they were absolutely sure : "'"
\ s the rest of the care was equal.to .
I;r ... A splendid chance to buy a nice set-at a small price, either for ; sample. They, therefore, have ''''

J a Christmas; gift or for general use. are paying, and will pay, a con

I!{ An especially attractive set of 100 pieces has a narrow border ; higher price per box for fruit
; I of green outlined with a pretty design in gold. The shapes the Exchange brand, when t
: are excellent. Reduced from $25 to, . . . . . . . .917 ; through; the Exchange agent, I e

';' Another set, 100' pieces, with fine gold line on the edge and \ they will pay for fruit handled by Come here for .r '
* :* festoons of tiny pink flowers inside. Reduced from 115 to $11 ; receivers of similar grade. ,..

* '-" Set of six plates, white and gold were 60c, now 47c a set ;

-' Set of six cups and saucers to match were 75c. now fOe a set HOLD YOUR ORANGES ""Sunshine": < t*
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't.; I [j, Six plates, decorations in pink. were 86*, now . . 76c a set ; t jf, ..-t';
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Prices One Who
' : Six cups and saucers to match, were SI, now. . . 86c a set ; Profitable Says .:pr
<; ; Knows the Situation. Fancy Crackers and' Biscuits k
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! ;.; stock ; ,
b.: Open patterns Johnston Bros. English ware, white with .
"r.1 delicate gold bandar and the "Jewel" pattern in white with. Mr. W. C. Temple, manager of the ,
dark blue and !' ,
,d": gold design.A .
, Citrus Exchange, has issued the other social f mctioq *"i; .' +*
; For your afternoon teas 6t! : -you
:>a large stock othotel ware, plain white and decorated. ; g advice : will find a nice variety to select fronivv; .. :; .. ; :,' ,., '
"To those having oranges still re- t ,'' .",, .' .'. j I
; on the trees, we would say ,Hams and Bacon of the celebrated )F. A. "*,, .lt(< o\.h .v
r' f The CASH HARDWARE STORE ; good oranges, smooth and well Ferris & Co.'s eui; ng., < -,' \ J-, tf'r/ I.

: CITIZENS ,BANK BUILDING' PHONE 48 ; sold for and delivery sweet within should the bring next you fif, Chickens arid Fresh'Eggs-plentyof: ; eiil'n, Ae1lme1. ' ./j F '

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4iit. ; days $1.50 a box on the trees; Our endeavor Is to always keep a nice 11neof' ,. i r ::;/; .'.6 !it 1\1
"" .. ; $2.60 to $3 a box on the fruits and vegetables, i in their. 'season', -: rf1 ';>";" 5 x' ti
;,(, ., and as we are finding buyers ". ,, '
; t.f ,f d' '" 4
. sending agents all through the.tate' -", '- ," .. I '
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r'r;<'\' '' ..7 I e'b; ; |p'.who pick are up not'bargains posted from, we give the D. R' a J 1NJ; .1 qQ_.:: \ .,1< I \

information 'free gratis for .
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-,' that, while not in \ ;
so are
you Phone, 92: t'
Make This a Practical ; position to benefit by the high prices "'A.'., i d ':. MK

'. I ; ;. Exchange. getting. for.Its fruit, .' A

r ean be?In a your'n to make the it ." ,' ...A.D.umblvb.4.. <<,', 'r' ; ; : pay.you for fruitwhat:

; : Ir.'h'r ) : : worth, and if they will pay ou what _. ,.. . ... .
.", . . I.'s ; ; uarrnu" .. .'w'.pWtiq S I " ." 01 "'" Ql : tt t.I. ' ""'oo/.M/. rjt iM I _,
,if tm'"a' s' is actually worth they will not be in u: 'ti
,
.' :!!:Y.} ". '. \...j'f'f ..".} ;(. , ; position to beat down the markets' '*n '1 Ii<.\"' ;"Move; -' i'l f..f'.I'; '!p 1'i i
,," the country, using your fruit as a itAbojittjustlikea Wheelbarrow" ,

," ; with which to sandbag your neigh a .,,
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Qtrange Industries In China. ':;1: f
h; You will have 'many friends to whom you give small remembrances ; In Taochow our correspondent saw" ":

*I\ but there will be "a few that you will want to strange industries. One was the
tnl' of large stags u big as, a
i(i ''remember with something more valuable. What could be ; sized hone reared for the itake- ,'

lr t ,; more acceptable than a pretty waist, all made up, ,or a waist ; their horns, which are cut off every .

1i I' 'pattern from one of the many attractive materials? Such a t ; and sold for as much as $33
, : for use as medicine. The horn in ,
;, gift is sure to please, and you will make mistake in selecting and the softer it Is when re
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.; it. the higher the price realised. ':'
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t other was the raising of the ma- .
: ; a sort of large pheasant the tall e. J.'I
of which are very valuable .
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fy A pretty waist of white linen has an embroidered front"plait,.' with they are needed for the dress hats '

i' ,(, pocket oifjjffi side. Put up in holly :boxes especially] for holiday mandarins. -Timber is very plenti J' + \V
in this district and is sent away t
t fF 'gltts. ;. .81.60
: raft to all parts.-North Chins See this Great Portable . A
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\ '.v White linen waist. tucks each.side of the embroidered plait, in pretty 1 }
Outfit
:'s'::' Christmas box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . $1.80 Nice and Snug." Before You Buy R e I
.
Duckworth was such a delicate .
A ,
,''' Otber ;-
;. **. on a very nnpleaslng. subject
.. I ... is an engine that can be used practically d
dainty waist in white silk is trimmed with One he was showing Queen
:, beading and lace inser4 HERE[ [ .
light requiremept with equal '. t
: "tion. Price only. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S1.60 over Westminster abbey. all power kinds of success well
run
: : they came to the spot where light machinery as ai tit
,1 '
will water and Is the best for
. pump engine to use
5 "t'j,W, have Satine waists in black and colon at. . . . . . . . . 76c: and queens lie Queen Victoria spraying operating and electric .
: ? 'r a little and said, "1 should country water supply '
lighting systems, etc. The usefulness of s: ,
care to be burled here-it seems BO .
" In> waist patterns .you will find pretty white materials "in plain and

Yl-fancy weaves, corded, figured, etc., from . . .. . . . . .121c upr and. d\mp." "Madam.' replied, The Ferro Portable Power Plant ,t. R
.. fl assure yon It is perfect Is fi
multiplied by mounting it on wheeled skids, so that one 6,1 ;'
r fWe call special attention to the white Susirie, attractively figured- dry.."-London You would Saturday be quite Review.nice nod person may easily: and quickly move it from one job to '

h' .' ,.' [an: especially. pretty material for An inexpensive waist. . 26c a yard -r another. ' '' -t'f'f '- i'
'f Come in and see this outfit-one on hand for demon..1 ; < ;

Plain. and andy silks .In color.. ,;.c a yard. up Live ''n.the Present stration. It will put you under no obligation] to..ka I"r" ', r i; '
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: :. a.}*-. { It Is common to overlook what la whatever. Catalog free for the asking. .

ii \t:jA'skirt or a dress pattern in Serge, Voile, or fine Brilliantine, in by keeping the eye fixed on GEO. N. SAUNDE OAT BUILDER'\ F'
',black the remote; 1_ the same man -
t t or standard colon, would be an especially welcome gift. . '
,r is present opportunities} are neglect: Astit'f .. sayEirhn .
.; 'There nothing prettier Chan the Cream Serge at 98c a yd, Cream JII '
{:Brilliantine, dotted and plain, at 60c to $1.00, the and attainable good slighted' by rooToeTaw'AV ; '{ .i 't'
"1'\\r or always-popular : busied In extensive ranges. lynd . ,\) USIII.IStPLOIU! : ., .
''Danish Cloth at yS..C
25o. .
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> -future l
upon advantages.' .
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,'. x PROCLAMATION w

: . . ., Ak I/ '.Classified AdvertisementsAdvertisement la the Circuit four of the *vmth MM1s5j
circuit: In and lor Oooaola County 8r
"Iorda, la<;: .... '
Is, Sent Complimentary 1/ .j Of' Sp.cUl Municipal Ele&on.Uniter H.C. Stanford complainant vu. I.' J. "MarttuV
and *gtnt all ..*.*..a. claiming CIa ntenssJ
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.._ .. ,- under tbe aaid J.J. Merrill or oiberwla*,i d'
: *-are, inserted tinder this head at the rate.of S.t..t. and by virtu of Cb* authority Teatedam I .esainat all ash., penon.other than (heus .
Parties, this who'are DV by the foilowlnir Iteeolntloa of tbs Ooua.cil .- i. a6o,.know. and named partla*olaIiag ag

.. 10,. : receiving paper' '4. per line each Insertion. o ,, thatitu .I A RESOLUTION.AReeolutlon *
,, 4.') regular sub crbers: ; mtJat'.not think To all whom It may concern: ".
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vrorldlsc for the luneno by I It _. .. from the sworn bill ol complaint
'the Intention of the publishers to later demand i FOlt ,SALE MISCELLANEOUSWADE the City of KlMlmm of nromteiorT note laoertaln Bled In tbli can.that there are penona Inur-.:
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a amount lor the.. purpoeeo/oeutrtot. eased In tb*property Involved 'In Ibis in It, M5-.
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: log a loan for She uee of aald City for tb*p... than th. known defendant., and that vie,
: it is r
_1 .:.t 'oY them the cripUon, ,pnce, a a FOR SALE-Thoroughbred' "; Buff .Or the tuner Orlando. < :4 'Jfi ..>....of prln(. trading and ourblntf", oertalntreeu name of mob pereona *a interested f,re u ,
In the .aid City and for the
uluntMlon known to the complainant and .t..usr.. Is
: mailed tq them complimentary our Board pington eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert. 89-tf i WANTED-The1 sweetest thing out for of tb.quentlon of *nob laanamo to an electron prayed In said. Mil of complaint .....D.''t- -
of the .1".0' the .
qualified said Clfy. .
unknown defendant M' -
\\i .! of County Commuaionervfor the purpose of A PAIR of good, gentle work horses your .nrJ-Fuller, Greeme: Candy- Where, Ittath* Intention the Council, It Ii therefore ordered;. that all pennn' claim
fresh
from factory. Kissimmee Drug Under the provisions of Chapter ami. Law of deeertbd ..
for sale cheap. Ross Graves. -2tf' Ing an Interact la and to the following .

; acquainting them."'9tI the many adrantages I Companr. 33-tf. owner Florida abuttln Act of 1811 certain, to requiTe.......*.the or property part 01r.elayttblu ,cr1'i't-t: la: the county'of Ottfola.ZV -

FOR SALE-A new '6-room cottage : FOR fresh fish phone the Rull Bass ., the City,to pnv,.1'1I4.. and curb Beginning,7 feet Booth and 47 degree East
and opportunitie! 'this town and county offer For information, call at Methodist th. u. of the Wait corner of Lot 4 'In Block IS of the
.' Market No. 19-tf And Where**, Th City will bay.to bear the Month Florida Railroad company survey oftbe .
homeseeker. The will be mailed a parsonage. 44-tf I Slur.ODe'or such Improvement at the I.".. town of KlenlrameeOlty running Bonth .,'Jli,
'-;I'r.- ,.. .. the.. paper GETH. N. BRATTON to drive 'your sections of the .&rMta.and one-third of the ooM 47 degree" East 60 feet North 48 degree* Bait AO ,t. >;
weekVto whose U given1us \ FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs I artesian'\ wells.- etfI of the remainder of sunk ImprOTement, the feet, North 47 degree West M r."I.Ik.aJt&a dev' .
fey any person name male and female. Apply to H. W. _" oUier two-tblrdi to-' beD- *..by: the. *. butUn|> gram Wet M feet being a part of lot 4.of -.; .
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_ __ ari if they should desire to receive it regularly Boice Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf I FOR dressed poultry phone the Bull And, Wheree ''in order to provide ''uod.topay lion< ) twenty-two South of Bangs i21-Ja.-I'0..hip! > Iwenty-nln*(211)!.tw.nty.flyIm ) (as5.do "i,.'"1,

.. v' y-,: ... I. Bass Market. No. 189. l -tf for the. City'. proportion of ooh Improv- appear to the complainant'. bill of complaint .
thereafter we would be glad to put FOR HONEST and deals in all I ...ot., It will be neoenaary for tbe City to oon- herein Sled, on or before the Bule day of Fehr ','
.. square. tract a loan for uoh and "
to pledve the .
i. : purpoe IV12.to-wlt, the bib day of February' ,else -.
'V. the kinds of real estate, call on or write MUTTON:fresh, fat and i 'fin.a.tthiRull ,and., credit end property of..$ .'C 'r for the the roary std bin wilt\ be taken .. _nl......! '''.c' ; oW"..
them on our subscription, list at regular W. H. Farmer Box 822 16-tt Baa. Market. phone,189. ltf redemption of......Ii loan rtl* further ordered that thla order bs.pnb.Untied :. '
,' And, whereaa, 1 h* oot of th*City** nr*of onoe a week for twelve 112)oonaeeattve !

_ /. rates. 'i TREES AND SHRUBBERY. For WOOD, per strand $1.25; five strands :i inch at Twenly-flT propoaed israel Tboiunnd Improvrmeut(*23,000.00)u Poll.eiclmated... week* .la*r'i.'f.. :bed' in maid. Valley Oweola: I Qaeette oounty,-ofgeneral *' ;{,

fruit trees, ornamental trees or shrubbery >>- 575. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf I Therefore, Be" Resolved by the Council of circulation. .la eald county j .1,
I I'T A_- of any kind, write W R. Spoor 'be City of Klmlmme*. WI.....* .WIII H. Price Judge of maid Circuit : t
Orlando. Fla.. and get prices 84tiFOR PLEASE do' not call at the'tarm for I Beotloa I. fhat under and by virtu of &b.C C_".,and my name.. Clerk tb.reor. and the/ \
er veiled In the City of Klaelmmee bv Soo .
official of the court this IMtth day or October A, ., I
1. vegetables; you will find them on Sale lueo of the General Statute of the Slat of D ills 'Hl1aE. Don mat*. '
SALE 673 acres of land on Lakes at the grocery stores. S. .-'Ault- riorlda. the City .b.1t luu. tit flv* Promlaaorynotee tSealJ Clark of the Circuit Court, I
rhonth, making the term six months Tohopekaliga and Russell.. E. J, 42-tf ;vfor the aegrrpu* cues of Twnty-o. By ELIUBBTH JOHNITOV. C....I I"i
man.
( LJNCLSAM .'rbvem.nd ($4Joo Dollar, to be. etyledet 0.1'. Kribbi. noUoltor for oomplainant.Order 4 6oIIW.. '.'
instead of five.
Brown Kisaimmee Fla. 48-tf i
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_. "S. Paring Note*. of the denomination of _....J. .../.
-- -_ ----"- PYRENE 1'1..1 Thousand (t5.eoO.00) Dollar each draw .
It; wa. also found that the Osceola fire extinguisher for gasoline ,' .

Into the Moving Picture High School and the St. Cloud school FOR SALE--On: account of illness I fires. Get one for your launch, auto of ins ala Interact per cent, payabl(I per* enrol cent annoally.ai) per annum th.rate maturing 'of Publication. ., {.

Going am forced to' retire from business, or' garage and be aafe. Sold by Ceo. respectively from date of uinano a.fuliow. JUdIO.S
-! had both grown to such an extent that and am offering the Home Bakery for N. launders agent.'Kissimmee. 87 .: One note In one.year, one note : In the Circuit Court of the Seventh ' .,
Show Business. circuit to and for Oeoeola County, Slat of
two In
more teachers were necessary, and sale. New stone baking room and c' year one hot three year.one note in'four Florida. Jn 3
year,and one not In nv*yearn: end'b. Chancery.
; Uncle Sam I. going; into the moving Supt. Sears was instructed to employan large oven just added to plant. A. AN Intelligent person may earn $100 lnt.rra and principal payable In gold or. it* B. P. Waring.':.ComplainantV. ,,y :+:;

picture show business. With the authority additional teacher for each school. Smith. .48-tf monthly corresponding for newspa 3ulTBlent.in lb.notee office to be ot laeund the Treaanrerof for the per WIU..mJ.O..nS.H......... "-i: *! .,!

I No canvassing. Send for Thetx ard to per. par- paringjtradinv
> adjourned meet againon FOR SALE-Twelve
of President Taft a contract acre orange and' ticulars. Press B 2245 In mid City mod tbe funds credit and and all penena other than}Cloud from -

., has been .eDter-t_>nth hy the govern- Dec. 23rd in order to pay the teach. grapefruit grove about three miles Loc N.Y. Syndicate, property of aald City lo be pledged for the redemption the above. named parties in Title. :. ''..
I. from Kissimmee railroad. WiU port. of*eklHeotlonll. plalmlng' an luterent the ,
on
ment officials and a Chicago firm for the en their salaries before the holidays. That an lectla I be b.ld.,M property In thle bill deicribed. .. ';
sell Address
at W. H. .
a bargain.
Defendants. ;,
- early dale a. pra purpose of reproducing in moving pictures Arnold Kissimmee Fla 41-tf SEE King Quality shoes before buying to be submitted I. the elector of said City. II appearing by aflldavlt appended to UM bill-
of the .Cash Store. 1-tt laving the quajlfteation preeonbed by 'sectionouo of oomplelnt filed In above stated canes that ,'
activities
all of the- various '
th*defMidanU are non-renldenui of the State.
Insure Your Property of the O-eneral Statute* of th* elate oflorlda.
nation. The pictures will be shown in FOR SALE.-Windmill and tank good KING shoes for at Cash hll be the .........,. of said .Ave of Florida, wboaa reildence li unknown..emS. .
ourchased R. O. Meek's insurance as new. Mrs. C. V. Bearden. 37 tf Quality men rotnlaeory note. And tae Mayor hall forth who ire all over the axe of twenty one year
hundreds of moving picture houses. Having Store. 1-tf with l..ue hie proeVanmtioi for Hid election II I* therefore ordered tbat the oou..Id_.
t
I __ mud defendant. the said llll.in J. U.....,... J. Herbert .. ....
Marines work battleihlps.1n- business and added some new hall KiTe pnblle not lee of aame bjr publahtnii ....
at
on FOR SALE-5-acre truck farm with said proolankatlov in three conenoutlveReuee Ureen and Otto F. Wlnkelman.! beandibey' ,
ners firing at the hulk of an old battleship companies besides we are prepared to 4-room house; near city on railroad; ANYONE anywhere can start a mail I of a oewepaper I ta th* said irs hereby renntrrd to appear 0';' the bill of. .
order business at home. No canvass (.Ity Immedlntcly prior the date of the laid eotnplalnt5lediuthinesuae on before th* -
'J' I cavalry drills mine and rescue Insure your property and give you the price$500half cash. Address Owner, ing. Be own boss. Send for free lection., / I.t day of January 1012, otherwise the alle ca-
animal road best possible service at the best rates Box 456 Kissimmee Fla. 45-tf your Section III That the form of the ballot to 'Ion of maid bill will be takau M confeiued byIt 'o
and industry I
booklet. Tells how. A 2144
work Heaeock
plant be said aid defendanU -
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building and single activity of that can be h ad on insurance. Will Lockport-N. Y. .followOfllclal.-: In I further ordered that thin or every FOR SALE-Cboice'lotaln W. H. Far-
lIshe.l ouoe a week for eIght ronaeoutiTe weekn--
) tbe government will be shown on the look well) to your interests and Rive you mer's addition to Prospect Park. --- Ballot Municipal. ITomlmwrr Not I 8)) iirthr KlMtlmmee Valley (J. ette, a sewn.
SHIP G.
$ to W. &
your produce Judy El.btiou4A..D. Itfl-. City of KUelmmee, published. lu said and '
te.n v Courtty States
best of- service. We desire These lots of the desirable
the earnestly are some most .I
films. Co. Fla. Write them for :
Tampa Fiori.1L'Mak. liii. 14th day or October 1'111.I -
tnat'all wno have insured with Mr. in the city and are sold on stencil. 49-tf .a croaa (XVmark.before the qticettonFyuur (/S"AL.I| ABTHI K: DOMBOAV . ",
The problem of educating the public at for of Choice" Clerk of Circuit Court. -
Buy
easy payments. once,
to the woik being done' by its own government Meek will continue their business with they are selling fast. Flowing artesian WANTED:"': TT buy two. good-work By EIIU BaTH JOHM TO jcJIi.: / "
a.F. Krlbtia, SolIcItor for ComDlamanU
carefully considered by this agency and solicit a share of the water can be obtained at a little horses. Send description of same to Vote for ()o.. '
"For Note.
wu t'ro'nlriory
.. patronage from those who have not yet depth. W. H. Farmer. 41-tf A. B. C., in care of Gazette. 49-3tp i
the President and members of his cab- .. Order of Publication. *
.Aral. Promtaiory Note,
inet before the contract was entered Insured with us. IF' YOU want furnished tor I WATCH for'Miss Frances. Bay's hand- ._ In the Circuit Court or the l Seventh Judicial jO
rooms
friends for favors .
Thanking out past
into. Each cabinet officer was then write call painted china for Christmas at Mrs. ,etntou-iy.- Should the **iteue' of *aldroratMorr Circuit la *>nd for Onceole county Stato of t
and, trusting that we may have some of light house-keeping or on" Pierce 49-tf note r e .uthori4d by the requireduiionty Florida. In Chancery x ;,{
: authorized make his own arrangement W. H. Farmer "The Square Dealer -I. _--__ - vote then Held promtNiMvry" nocee ,
the your business Kissimmee Fla. 44tf. shall lie 'issued wtihout dlnyy u. C. Stanford, eomnlalnant. n J. J. MerrIll, '
,0 with the film concerns having Yours sincerely FOR KENT and the Council ahall, f.'r''w tiib luuanee.pvoTlde and againat all pereoni claiming an' losereelunder
right' to for such pictures ask by Ordinano for th* redemption of the laid. J. J. Merrill or ntherirll.and :
_ arrange NELSON REALTY Co. FOR SALE-Two yoke well broken ox- saId notee at m.torlty.Dd for tbe pay m.at of against all other pe....... other than the 4'ahoy.
.., he wished to have taken and reject J. W. Miller. 46-tf DWELLINGS for rent apply to M.Til Interest upon Mim*. 4 known end named partlei-clalmlng aa \
en. W B. Interact In the in bill ,
KAKIN90 property tbl dl1bed"Iw;
'I those he does not care for. ler. President .. .... .. '
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of Council of City of Klulauneo.iL *'* .n. \I\
In the United States office of public Band Concert DO you want a cheap Florida farm? 80 TO RENT-Either [ | It appearing by affidavit appended to the bill .
ROOMS single or 'J.1tIl
k QIIAEBT.: of complaint Iliad in above slated cause, that.. ,
roads for instance, the director Logan acres fenced and cross fenced; JO acres en suite; suitable for light house Clerk of City; of Clailmmee.28rd the defendant are Qon-reildenlj of the Stale of :
.t muck trucking land; 60 peach trees keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. taip- Approved this\ day of November A. t>. Florida, wboee recldeaoe .. unknown.and saA.
Walter Page, arranged to have pictures just beginning to be.6; bearing pear 1 II. are all over the age of twenty-one year nIt J
taken the effects of good and Kissimmee COrnet Band has son. l-tf IL C 81Afl'Oa. I* therefore ordered thai the lioareaUeot.dafeodanu. .
showing trees; strawberries blackberries and I Mayor of City of .....1_*.. the aald J. t. Merrill and all ner-j .) ;i
bad road In the case of the latter, been engaged to harmonize air raspberries; 6-room house new barn. HORSE FOR SALE See B. E. I. H. Clay nbmfinil Mnrer of'SnM- 'Cfcr.lereby .. eo*claiming aa Interact under the *ald' 1. I. ,

.I the films 'show the farmer trring-40 deep well at the boose; surface well -_Se well, at Porter &Son'*store-. 48tf. .. proelaiot aad4.cie tfcMt*<............... Merrill, be and they are herabv required tot. appear '
__g .J the Auction Sale next with and for the qualified aliitnuof eatd-CUCr wU he bM to the bill of complaint flled In thlieXnae'on tl
at Big gasoline engine irrigation -
pump
FOR RENT.-Nicely furnished iwoeas, :1 or before the let day of January Itri jMha
carry loads 'produce over"a bad.road; the City CouMil 0 e ner to Mlrl Cltj. .'*iil *) :
purpoee.i 8 head of cattle 4 with without board with .. IS... wade the allegation of aald bill will b* tafeoBi .
_ will the or private! UMrerolarbotmef vetins.as e .1 Oe.eoibe ,'. ..
how he became sick; how the doctor is Tuesday. They open of which are much cows; 4 bop 70 family On Church street. Mrs. Kulp.astf A,. I>.l 9I. MM the uurjnn. W eoeb.reettny a*-'..... by maid defendant >' M t...9'hahn
It I* farther ordered that tbl order b* pnW \
unable to reach him. and how, because with Classical Concert in chickens, horse, wagon top buggy, a loan ef Tse.4veTbn4 SKSWUW moe a week for eight (K)00__' .1: I
_ day, a : and harrow 2 miles I ) Oollar.. !. the term of Sve (Jri mh raj> '
_ finds harness, plow : waste fa the Klialmmee VUley Oeette. W
undertaker
mud the VIM Tbeaeead (
of the ruts note each for the eaej"c (SSJJOo.
his Band Stand at 8:30 to3Oa. from city; price 3000. Mrs. Sum FOR RENT-8-rootn hou.aeo'cioeein.. all 110) DoUnn.end. to,..... thefkina.. endK a.4De.e.TtT __.er publlibed. In laid county. and.Staia.. t"
It'exceedingly difficult to get him to mers; Lakeview cottage Sooth' Kis of the Gta Tlir Bndmt...o 4 conveniences taeiKhbormodern ., .. (beat] E. Dol>aol> :!
got the tmXidl amid aite.te be. .pai4.4In ,
another ,
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Era,.. Anoth.r film will show and later the grounds.Canaries' .Immee. 46-tf. Clerk of the ClreultCourC .
m., .Cn hood. Address S. Valley ..tta. 50 the peTinarrndln' ..... enables .. airte4a .
farmer carrying hi. produce-twice as \_ lu-aiM City. Bv Ei4zaaovs JoHvrroic. D.O; l
: = promieeorv .:..'.... be Ueued.....the O. ,. Krlbb tolloltor for oomp.la. _,, t
,much-over model road constructed FOR SALE-Lot7z200; 6-room house, FOR RENT-A nicely furnished large
a TOM and Leve Birds. i i"I termeaad in the_a.r.e i forth Jo. eaU. awtati..na.t -

_ "under the supervision of the govern have been Interested for a Longtime celled; barn deep well; 12 young room, with privilege of kitchen, for lutlos.! ; .. f : Order of ;'Jroperty.
leetoi heebir
grapefruit, some bearing orange ,ana I light housekeeping. in a beautiful Th an aeotnted Pbicatol
m.u'. and the general Improvement. of in. watching-"the love birds at the .. to sm-re n.-*f aiM aveaIaI .iaitioaz i .a the Clreujf'feourt : f
Bronx' soo.said a rudtov. The male .pear trees peach trees, shade and I place, with an elderly lady who desires W.B. ........... H.... ffann and Lio.0.--'_ Circuit,la and lor Qvcaola County .ol \
the surrounding country.. shrubbery; price $900. Mrs. Summers company. Price very cheap. a* hupecMra. and K. Q. VennAgnew a Ctavk.In i Florida la C.OC" < ,

The department of agriculture will be and the female sit side by side on Lakeview cottage South Kissimmee. Nelson Realty Co, Kiaehmnee, Fla. WltMeWberaot I hMa .bw.unte.e.tm.r Ci heed R l>. Wartag. ..\ J
_ all and snuggle up. 46-tf May-of *aid City and eauaed the -eta vs ,
entertaining well as their perch day 60-tt Seal of aald Cltr to be hereto, a/hud. mt tbeatteatedbyltCl W'W.J. Green. I. Herbert .
able 4o show, in as They rub their beaks together and nese rit.thl..IiI..... 01 F, Wlnl<.lm.o. Bill to He more'All .

K ,If, instructive style the effects of pure stroke each others bead exactly as FOR SALE-House and shop and 7t FOR RENT-10 acres of sEndai\ land bw0)P.) 11111., .IL C. Tastroa.Attaitx above penon named other parties than, o'aim-the]Cloud Title from "

-. food and impure food; the secretary of bough they were making lore. Tb. acres mock and beach land in Kissim in Park Garden, fencedlTowtug;: well. Maser of City ef K tedmasa. lagan Interact lo tbs proper "

: war will be able to show the advantagesf other day I missed them when I went mee the Park.house.Windmill Che tank, if sold andwaterin quickly. and 1912.In good Three shape crops; $can 100 be for produced the year a.Clark OILBICBT.City of KU lmnm. ly fendnntaTo In this. .bill d.al1b. De .. t.

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army life, and the ,secretary of the to their old cage. I asked the keeperabout F. S. Cahill. 47tpd on this land in 12 months. We also It all appearing whom It from may oonoern the sworn: bi of complainSled *., l.

navy the advantages of life on the them. have 20 acres of splendid' Garden A.BJDBOUmONWheciai. fa this c..that then ..penoa Inter, Ceased
interior department We bad to change them to another land for and will rent for lathe property Involved' thl suit.otii. .
while the rent
fr bounding waves, FOR SALE-A canvas top delivery .. the Council..* this day concurrentlyadopted er than the known*defendant!, and that the
will. be showing how forest cage,' -said he. "too see. they were waon for sale at a bargain; letteredto cash or share of the' crops. Nelson n -ot.ntWad. "A. Baolutiom Pro.vtdin name of inch persons e lot. aye 'A fP
aDd frequently Fla. 50-tf *far the laeuanee hr the City, Klulmnni known to the uH ..
the canaries Co. Kisaimmee !
right next to suit purchaser. E. L. Green, Box Realty cmpl.ln.ot.
fires are fought and entombed miners of Promhwory_ ....c.n..a.'at for t.Ioa prayed It. of ComplalnIagajnaS..cbJ .
.we would find the Utters toes 139. Phone 60. 47-tf > _of ContimcMMt a. Line fur th. Uae of unknown defendant, .4.p .,'
are rescued. bitten off. Those lore birds look very FOR RENTSome'.pleodid suburban said ClandCn for the PunMee of Pichw,. OudIa. It la therefore ordered that all ,- t,.)
FOR rbine CrtaMi'nnois. in tb.s.M city.and penn.C, ,
SALE-Red York Cabbage plantsin 5-acre farms and some of 2 acres in Ins an latereit In and to the .
,1 The government will be; killing two gentle and affectionate but they can'tresist for th.SubmlMioB.. .> tbe qpeetien ot eueh Ueoanee > ;
number to 35,000. This cabbage beautiful Pinedale. We also have ... .ltu.1 la'b.-CouD'J.-01-
any up ef the Bloeten of
4 r bird. with 'one stone-improving the canaries' toee.New York Sun. brings twice as much lithe mar some large Iota there containing a the said to an Clt Etootion,./.. In-.11'.QpiaJI............. the muss,. iIaI.'of southwest.. I the aouUiwwC',OUST' "I

I tone of the moving picture., and eliminating ket as any other cabbage grown. quarter-acre and some one-half acre to be paved. gtlHlait TBKBBFMUS.aod mrbed *r&*IT not KfcSOLV-peeine* tar the aoth.qunr... and lot four <4)of'aietIOu ; 1

It those! that have a bad effectPU Price of plants, $1.50 per' thousand. of land, on high dry.ground; beautiful allydeMribed KD BY THE.; COUNCIL. Of TB_cay OT I26).nouth) twnty-flT or range(ii twenty-eight). Iw.hlp.a"ye. ',1spssntotbeCompajnans'sRtl '
BAD. J. F. Q'Berry. 49-2t location fine vfewof the and :) _. ,
whll. educating the public to the work THE GOOD. AND THE lake. ; desiring a oelightful.city ButtonS BTha*aheuld the leMUHM ol laid 5.VpromUeorr herein fllud on the Rule of day..ll. .,

being done' by its government. One ought to balance the good FOR SALE-A 5,acre, tract inside healthful Anyone home where they can grow Twenty-flve nota Thouaand! assrt'WftIWO..M 00)the DeUara.authoriaed total.sees ha the mary aid 1912 bill to will WI o..befr,be.taken daj of Kebrnarr,Ia\ 4"\

-? The Urns'is not far distant apparent with uW-bad and alto the length of city limits. with house of six rooms, fine groves. Splendid place for poultry '- .... t.be.ualMd.leiit* of the City atthe further ordered that a* thIs .

!' ly when the first nighter at the "mov plastered and finished in hard oil. buainess. Will do well to call on spatial eUetlen to be nrectanued tr th.Mayer 1.\ed oooea week for'..1.. (W=) pub I
HeeoTutioa.'Utl Coo-eU Itaellto
lived form underlaid. pledn*
time a man hat to a true House just. completed. About 100 Nelson Realty Co over Citizens in theKis.lmine.Valley( ..
tiespse..da-of aald neteau the peTlnc
able, Instead of jubilating over the estimate of his; character. Potybius. young citrus tree., deep well, poultry Bank, Kissimmee, .'1&. 50tfSheriffs ...expend..Ine... -w.... the foUowfaw atreeta: oval l elroulatlon publlabed In said said County Ocueoia. Countr of. .* :'

way the tramp captured the Indiana, house and park. Fine garden land.. 4 lyd* *nun between the ria-ht-of-way of theAUSnUC Wltnw W. Perkins, at 'said ;"
1 the Creek historian There OasiS Line Kaitroad and Emmett Street.Emmett .n J.
says. Inquire at Gazette office or addressP. Circuit my nan a Ihersofand
will be remarking! learnedly : "I never .and Cour ,
Hueat betw***Clyde Ann a DOt I
_ _ knew why tHe sailors wore their trousers DO reason why we should not some O. Box 7. 50-2t Sale.' 0 n*U........and Fifty 1140)feet Wart of Stewart October the.olel.1. lIlt.MId Cur Ibl i4h, 'd.t.o. ,
virtu .. .certain .xcntl I Under and by ATantta. Broadway (SIAI )
blame and sometime E DOVBOAW
wlds at the bottom, but I saw by times commend tamed out of knd undtr th* Heel of 'th* Circuit and BraakStraet. Brack StaseS between Broadway AaTlu. I \
the for FOR SALE-Four acre., close in; 3' C'our* of tho Seventh Judicial" Circuit In .... and vhs.Street.Vine Street between Drank By : T'f Circuit- Court.i,'*
as none goi-.n.Ci
'S th. films last night it is to enable them I same person acres in sweet pot.toe.3'oom; for Oeooola County, Florid, wherein Mary Strait and t.Ioa rwht- _at tb*Atlantic Ooaatine Q. F. Sollcl.: '

to roll up the ends when they want to is always right. ,neither ia i probable house. Price. $376. Vannler and Henry Vaaoler 114 Robert B Wel'aee 1* defendant. and Oak.Stvwt.and Baby Avenue -
; swab the deck." -that be should be always wrong" House of 6 rooms batb-room. toilet,'. oa and will a.-11 at publlo outcry. In front of war and City tooek,_ad-la Notice of Executor
r kitchen sink closets and porches. tb.court houa. door in tb. Town ol KUilm.mo for: Final, ]

And his girl will remark : Oh, and Shop on lot can be converted into *. on Monday,the drat day of Jaou..A.. Discharge. '
lecal hour of sale, the following Discharge.
D. 1012 durlnc the ;. Application for Final
; they are showing how the government dwelling with little expense. Large described lamfi.to-wlt: The south half '
teaches learned how to bake Never Drink Water l lot some bearing orange trees; cloeto of aeotlon: <(2)), Mutfe half of eotioa (ni),couth- U Court ef the County Jud e. State ef florida.Omila .. uVCom .?*'k.County Judf.. ..S.Xi.ntda.' ,.
cooking.
la Lower California a large number house. Price ash, quartar of Motion (:III)i. northeast quarteraud I' ,County.' In r* Aatata..of TUne Baa. aitate of Martha urO"& dedeef
staffed tomatoes at the 'movies' last court $2,100. .0'-'. .--of eetIon (81). all ectioa (34). of toe smaller desert mammals never 3-room house ,and '8 lots size 60x139. cad D0r*hw..t ,u.rerof Motion(W),all In Metiee I* .hereby d_to all when. ft may m- .. hereby. .D to .u whom.. .I' mail
f night." I x .. ... tonth10Udayof na....,. A. D. ills, D. that 0. Lbs IbIb 01
1 drink water, according to American Price, 500. Mrs. 'Mary M. .Sum- ToCn5i1pSeb. I of Rant*IIMat. em > eay 0.
t shaS apply to the Hororabl 0F. Parker 0 shall apply the HinofaKo.,
; When the moving picture educational scientists who have' recently visited. mere Lakeview -Cottage South Kls-: 75nteofists.OIb.- } v, 1. PREV"TT. '. el.s pf aW Court a.'Jnda ot Probate,for annaldlMharmaaadmlnietratorof 112..J.dce o said 1 e.. Jndn .! ,
; simmee.'i, ; : 60-tf ., 54 BnerUC OMeolm County. norld. the ketate of *** .fI\?"* "eoutor of.1
campaign Is the peninsula .n." live and thrive .
it will sound In.teresting .
i: announced TIM Baa, ........;and that at the aHw time I Martha end.
and Intellectual. oa dry .....s.-and scraps of vegetation 16 ACRES LAND-Two in will preeent'my Anal aoaevnt a*admlnUtratorol aame Trlna.d i '
t.' acres groveunder 'MJ : satd eetate.and ak for their. approvaL neemuti,a. executor of asH aaa'
_ In place. where the heat and aridityare Honda . ,jid
fence 4 miles from city. For .ae. .1. \
It has been proposed that in the pub- "lst.d. July' 7u.A. D.mi Ihely fppFOVsi.'Ilsien
t', ; 'excessive without ever touching particulars, aee- 'J. ,W<. GOodman of25centi. the Valley ' 0SC4B BASS. Brv,'Adminiatrater.Application iovember lOb. A.D. 1
: . lie schools of the city of New York Upon receipt t84--: J. Lb.Mae1'l
their lips to water, and It has even Box 93. 60-4t Gaxette office a pocket map of FlevUa Mmotmo iiiiuior.Notice ..
I" every lesson in geography be seeom been"found Impossible to teach some. -will bemaileeltoan..adcIreU.bt. ,the 0 '

panled by moving picture Illustrations of them to take water tn captivity. FOR SALE-Complete drafting'outfit.Price United States. We can also furnish for Final Discharge. :

:. to fix In the mind of the pupil the actual $8 75. P. O. Box465.' 60-2t naps of Osceola county at tl eaeh-an in Court*Iff County,1"County' In re Ju4ifO.Saute Stats of L.of. II.PieridaO.o.ol ww..; of Admini8tra> r'' I

r characteristics of the country about wilLbe clad to estimate sectional maps lam,dcoeaaed.' -- In Court of the County JudtNotice ..State
Gate Between Two Rooms.It WANTED of any kind. Notice to barobv given to ail.-bo. It may 10" Ealaleof Cathietjns A. a1,
:which he is studying. It was argued proved a bleaslac-tn one bcnu e.. concern,that on the OMh.. dy of AprlJL A.. 1>. esa.ed.O.oeoIa County. -.v'

(> In support of this plan that the use of It U fastened In the doorway, between l l'A I .nall apply ol to the Honorable Gee '. I U b.rsbthtlveii.to all whom ttdatL
Parker, Judge said Court a* Judge-el Probate noncom" da, Dso..ey. "
> Jnoviog pictures In school would at once the nursery and ".otb...'.,room." -WANTED-We have a few clients who \ Pets and t .tt.... > foe a final dleoharre. Wlflmm a*..admlaletrator. efthei.lat I D. loll' 1 jSRj1'! ll Honorabla Oeo.?A....'
desire to borrow some money and are of fc. H deceased and
> Cf"& ? a .saM Court, JndgaoiPro :
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impatiently-cleaning aa
'end:'forever, pat an 'end to that classic There are times-when; : the .\IIIOth.t 'TV willing to glv..'
.' j. amassment 1t of boyhood known ss "playt. likes to watch the children without i security 'with 'to. per, cent Interest.;I a: bean pot. 'I said: to bert'l'ntI that as admlnlitnlor of said estate,andaak of the Eataie ot.Catherine time.S".VID....
.. Id: for their approval. -- ceased and thai at the
la teaspoonfulof I same
being right among thentr Often sew 'with idle find a' with eo d watsput a 1911 I .
Wk,, !_; .;,. .Anyone money can Da l 0. A. U my SaM aocounte a* w
,',., but .. lug or writing "ID&7bo'; done,,more .ready market for the aame and get baking soda;'.cover and set In..theovenWhen .k.DaOUGfTAdmIIstr.Ier.444m041n0S : I I**ate,and ek 'their app S ;
_ :, ".These are suggestions, The moving easily w4th the gate between the mother i ,the best of loans that are absolutely) It has boiled half an hour \ ',,' : I Dated June. .D. telL =: ,

: picture is only fifteen years old,and .ate-.nd' at rate of In- will eaaF'to wash .... a coffee N. .' ,
and tie little ones.<--Ledles Boos I secure a good It be as. : Notice Exec tor. M-once a m- m. "'

If l It,,shall accomplish half as much I In Journal. *. '-, i \ 'tereatby: applying to The Nelson tup.":v,glean.flah $nd'*rnstt 'roasting.pans oft; _-- .ih.ID..r.:..

_ _ ( $ f 'the'next'fifteen"J'e.n'.n has in the -.--- -. '.-' _'.' f: l Realty Co., .simrnee,'.Fla. tO-t IZL the same .way' <-Ooo4 'House 1 In 111 Court re RateS of tbo'Connty'jaagef*of Temple A.'Mia State*. Peo'd.of ." oiii Notice of. ,; .:

'past..'it will go far beyond the Jmagina\ Blistering. Ones' Universal.* ,'VOCAt*" TEACHER; spending the ..ptn .: '.-' , ,ii _,: ._:... ., ola Notice County.it h.er by" gim.- '-""to all'whom.. -ftssiyeceosra. I'1-. r Court 5.1st.of 01 County Acflnlsttr; ,r.

Q LIon of) the;*!orld of WII.v Blistering formerly.was..an ,almost 'winter here would take a few. pupilsin that on the l" day of March A.. D. , Stl D.9sos 1.
.. , this'omc -- '. -. . < J. 113.1 shalL apply lo th*Uoaorabl*Oeo '.Parker ? .
< l Address .
universal treatment forInternal:con. voice culture "J ;
; f' 11' 't'l.,', .__ ,. . Per' ,Judgo of askS Court .. Judge of Probate .... ;
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'. ;, : ; !" gestlon to draw the 'diseased 'fluid'to JO-tt .. Admlnfilretor of &A..
'. I One DoHatra for a dual diecharg of the ;
t 1.; J. r.)); \&eSclioof: :Board., JAt J/ the surface,.' it acted as a oountrri.t&nti y dial ol Temple A. Minx depeaaed; and l&atat :

. ,,. : BOARDERS,WANTED-By the day or '. ." UM earn HUM I will nreeent my nnal aooouat '.
It-was also aaecl'for sciatica.Blistering
_ : a.administrator laid sMasa and ask. LoS\\o.u Boanb. i'
t th. meeting of/th< School' Board week;' nice room with open flreplacess > .* '
: sppre'ri. ., '- ..Jac.
- is still: to considers U..lr. '
used<< a "
II "reasonable ..rates.vMn.; .)..E E:: .
1 "- xtenc1he I .p '- ;
tw.Jr. It .
:,''Ii'\:' , :; '-,. b.. extent bwt a.tatlde*,application. ismore v Hilton*Broadway and BradrstreetSj iY '- I4.1IabZ&.4 .bc.Ikitt'! ..' .. ... ; '

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::Page\iO, ',THE K1SSIMMEEYALLE', ,GAZETTE \December 8.
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l' I Ii" ',iRfX' fom'facta"qu1i, couptykhavingirapt:; '. .'" j-. "
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' Idly Increasing population, and 'deservedly j ; I WISH"tossy UIng the contemp i 1 .

'EvERY- SUCCESSFUL; MAN ACHIEVES'' ,. ad. Our-fish and game products PHYSICIAN and SURGEON :builders in Kissimmee bav.J4 "',

+ { : :: : .... Comes Again With. ,.AnoU er.of hisinteresting would'' feed, an ordinary' "county, Office orerO ceola ri.maer: surrounding succeeded in country'that getting"th. 'a eddy:;'' r
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WAY8Y'' MONEY = ..Contributions.The we men'who'Dtake 'Dd.. oxEart> Residence 63 for the well known brand ero-fit ,
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r" I a splendid living by fishing \ omce 148 kee Cement Plaster ]t\.wm go c.+.
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coldwave' of the 'a ; harder-wall and +
be successful Start saving now Put your money in reminds me only Trapping Is; second source on r .. farther, make ;
po ;you want to fable{about'' an' Irishman and his companion .industry on which a great deal of money better wall, spread easier and -

that were traveling together on Is made > Orange groves .. give better satisfaction than any '
{ a splendid
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KISSIMMEE pay ---' sack'llU.ranteed.
""O'IT'IZEN'S'BNK': OF tl WINN other brand made* Every:
I a very' cold ,day., Tb.; man blew his: Incomes/ Truck: "gardening baa caused One million dollars t
hands violently 'on the'-way,*pnd the' many of our':people'to;,I become" inde PHYSICIAN . "' backs up guarantees $154)0) ton. '"

v "We havi'mbw i Savings'AccounU than any Bank In ::! ", Irishman asked him why he did it.. The pendent; and the alligators taken from .3-, 7"1"' ,. nk waiuuer :" tfi
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; .,.: P;>, Osceola County. .,;> '. ? '' reply was ; '"My, )hands art, cold,,'and our rivers and swamps. .feed. and.clothe Ornoa RmocNCB proxB F.ONS W. 88, 1 : I r , 'KISUHHEB.: Ft.oaioA.' i DICKERSON;; , A > ; ,"':, ,': 1.i!

-' .; A Saving Bank loaned. FREE.. .. If.you. haven't procured : I am blowing to get them warm." Not many large families *'' v '',' .
art" one, do so at once. - long after that:.they''came to a ,very,hot' ,You come here arid take your choice; ,1'' 1f'r.A.
fire, when the man's hands became too'I you can combine sport and income-pro F.G. THOMASONI) : - ", ....- .... ,!y 1.;

.A.ann7a. DONMAV.. Fmldmt .. W. H. NOBTOM Caebl.rt < warm and he again put them.,to his i i ducing; you can work hard, and the I M. .aIIIu1IIII.)1. r" i.j i.
1IF I mouth and began to blow again. The truck you produce will much more than PHYSICIAN: and SURGEONOffice '

( : '" .' .e,I' ...., .- . ". lri.hmanliked\ the second time, "An pay for the labor expended When the 0 Real' fst )?.; I;
pbat are :ye bio win; fer now?" The North is blocked up with ice., you can Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 t ,

.. answer was, "My hands are too hot andI gather.vegetables in 'your gardens and ; j ......_\..............\..........., : 1 ,I' J

i' k am blowing to cool them." "Good- enjoy the warm sunshine. Our coldest DR. B. D. WIENENGA' Realty bought( and sold. t t ;*. Vie .

day to you. Sir," replied the Irishman, weather you would consider warm VETERINARIANSTOCK ------------- ,j. Houses rented. : ,, -

Dining Tables "I'll travel no longer with a man that enough to go about In your shirt TREATED FOR yf Taxes paid and Titles.v"r : 't

blows hot and cold with the same sleeves. You can clothe yourself and ALL DISEASES j Ified for non-residents. '

breath." Weather conditions'are on a family on one-fourth of what it costs Day 1'ho167 Fire Life and Accident In it' .. :"'
correct standard. It was too dry for In the North. You can partly feed 1 aMtPhou.188 ORLANDO, FEA. surance. "I '
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I the season, and we had rain. It was them on that which grows wild. Our 4 Indemnity Bonds.iF4t'Faai'eFr9r'. :, ': -

Chairs warmer than it should have been, and swamp cabbage, for instance, is bet- DR- N. L. BRYAN >.

e a cold wave struck us. This latter : ter flavored than the cultivated variety. vP s, ,:

made the Cracker double up and pocket Meat roams wild over our range, and DENTIST

: biB hands; and now" it is neither too !can be had with but comparatively lit Squires Building The Homo Bakery Man:

Sideboards cold warm or wet and general satisfaction tie trouble. Your cows can winter on New York Avenue . .t ..' .
is the result. We seldom have the and there ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
range, are so many other Take's' this opportunity.to thank, ,
beat, cold or wet continue long enough; Item. that go to reduce expenses and '
the of this eity for' f
good people .
for serioub complaint, and if the conditions promote health, that Rex sees no reason DR. J. W. SIMPSON their liberal patronage and would. .
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that
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are at present, we will be by Florida where ice and snow stop the growth of
: Dining Table, round, in polished oak, center our limited facilities for makihgC} : ";}
7 and sub like the woman was just after her and vegetation through; a large portion of Upstairs In Kate. Bulldincr. .
,;;. pedestal, extra leaves. Heavy r a Price $16 her husband had left dram he 9 ... 12 .
:r a shop the year. OFFICE HOURS: t m. tQ n> general delivery to all parts of the' ,'. ,
said, "Old woman, I wish you were in Tourists, as a rule, content themselves r 1:30: to S:30p.: m. be1 '
I Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. Irr. city. Quality and variety will ,
leaven and I was back to the grocery." with visiting the great hotels,
maintained Our nice
3. Dining Table, square, Bve legs, polished table.oak' Yes," she replied, "Your always located in large cities, and go back DR.) W. W. CARSON always.! fr
A neat and satifsactory .
t'extra!' !: leaves. Pricer $9 wishing yourself inbe best place." home with no more idea of the countryat HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS -
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r ; Laying all jokes aside this is certainlya large; than we do the places they hai\\ DENTIST Also HOT BREAD r

beaijjtful day. and we are all enjoy. from. They do not visit our flowing Office Cole's Store ',1
over Jewelry
;, i Dining Table. square, oak, extra leaves.' Price $6.50 ing it. The North, the East and the wells, vegetable and truck gardens, Office Hours: 8-15,1-5 will be ready mornings and after.I
West are here, all basking in the delightful and know nothing about our Southern Office phone 158 noons, and a nice>> variety of PIES "";

prF \v .-, Dining Chairs in many styles and prices. outcome of a Florida winter. country when they return; or if they do . Residence I 23 aifd CAKE-Parties and Weddinga '

!, ., The rain caused the winter garden to visit the country aall., they go over specialty. N
flourish like the rose of Sharon. The the public roads in an auto that passes Ji DERBYSHIRE M. D., -

: Oak(Chair, all wood, excellent] design $2.25 cold was not severe' enough to injure it, through sections that display none of "r. A. SMITH..

t and the warm sunshine, with just the rich lands of which we are so Special attention given to the DARLINGTON AVKNUK

Ook Chair with padded leather seat, $2.25 enough north wind to regulate the tem- proud.Ah treatment of Women and --- ..j\
J tV perature, is completing the action, and less quit. I've said enough for Children. ...::11.,'j1tf I 1eIineth

9 the future certainly looks promising.The this time.
Office Citizens Bank. 184 !
,$1.75 !over PHONE
Oak Chair witb leather seat
2i stamped oranges are sweetening are are 24-3mospd ButIe I :

more than commonly juicy and richly CHURCH DIRECTORY p. .
$1.10 flavored.We r. A. VANS AONEW W. e. CBAWFOBD
g Cane-seated Chain in several styles, '
?- ,ri have greens in abundance, cane VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW '., 4 lM

J in. The grinding just beginning, jug packed BAPTIST. SHOP
with 194x40 BARBER
c Sideboard in oak, top ,,
hams white
low, bevelled mirror has a small shelf on as crystal-what's the Bunyan Stephens, pastor.
a each aide. There are two small drawers, matter celebrating Christmas about Sunday- Office: 3+&..6 Cltlien. Bank BnlldincCissimmee .
one felt-lined for silver, and a large drawer three weeks beforehand. Whittier eats Florida
for table linen, all with locks. The two and Whittier' drinks and Whittier is Bible School 9.45 a. m. Cold Drinks & Cigars ;L y
cujpboard doors are of leaded, crinkled glass : : i Preaching 11 a. m. an r in brown and green Price $33 I merry. B. Y. B. U. 6:45 p. m. Kissirnrnee Fla i .:.

The railroad is just about here. Communion Sunday. MOON & GEIGER :..J h

|4i Broadway and moonlight nights, Hunter Monday(after 3rd Sunday).
Sideboard in oak, top 18x40 in. High shelf I ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice '
: Paradise, Fifth' avenue and Lon- Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3 p. m.
1 the mirror, low 6-in. shelf on each "
over
aide. Two small drawers, one lined with don Square are all ablaze with the Wednesday-(after 1st Sunday). State Bank Building Fleming .
t- e..., .felt, large linen drawer, two cupboards tae $14 flooded light; Palmetto street and St. Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3 to 5pmTbnrsday KJasinunee. Florid Sprigg
Palace all in
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; hotels and tourists, hunters, deer turkey Prayer meeting 7:00 p. m. G F.; KRIBBS CLEANING ,.

f'/ partridge, squirrels apd robbits.all. Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. ;'. '
mixed up;. Democratic Rooster,, tadpoles PRESSING.

: ' minnows and all sorts of. 'ater- Examination of Titles a Specialy.

, TOsCEoLA.HARDwAREC.o11PANY;, bugs complete' .the. combination, and I Notification and payment of taxes of REPAIRINGLeave
..' Whittier !Is" booming, booming: booming S. S. Snyder, pastor'', non-residents given" careful .

:i r.t'i: ;,i)," :c '\. -have not yet readied the hundred Sunday School, 9.45 a.' m-A. .S., ', attention. ' '. word at my house and clotte ,,

,\ : : ., ', thousand mark but we've got the territory' Nelson, superintendent . will be called tor and returned
.. and only lack the people 'to Church Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. ROBERT G. JOHNSTON

make it.Here Christian Endeavor 6.15 p: m. Satisfaction GuaratiteeCNORIDA.REAL
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v , Prayer and Bible study Thursday7.00
you are, gentlemen: a numberof ATTORNEY AT LAWRISSIMEEE.
I fine building lots yet for sale; come :J. m.
..... Visitors, most cordially invited to all ESTATE FOR SALE
early and often; we encourage repeat- FLORIDA
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); "J., ers, even if the election law; does not; fc/ Beautiful winter home sites situated ,

,<< i*"* ir fine schools and churches; our assistant 4_ LO'"''O. MASSBY T. MCTON WAKLOW in the Lake Region o; Florida. .
i'' teacher stood the best examination METHODIST.Wm. Late .. I Florid R. R. Comm. Criminal Court Trucking and Farming Lands in large :
H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor.
I e : last September of any that entered. or small tracts. :
r r -tlfi3iAtr If Kissimmee don't build the sani- Sunday School at 9:45: a. m.-J. L. MASSEY: & WARLOWATTORNEYS
r Overstreet, superintendent. CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY ,
, tarium and hospital) we're thinking ',.
; AND COUNSELLOS
very strongly of building one ourselves, Preaching services 11 a. m., and,7:30: AT LAWPraatic. List your property with me for quick \ .1

*< f' so that their superannuated businessmen p. m. In all the Court of the ftat and at salts. < : "
and preachers can come out here Junior League 2 p. m. the United States ..> before the Florida RaU.roodComml..iun f ,.

isfc J and recuperate.Mr. Senior League Wed. 7:30 p. m. Commiaiion.' and the Interstate Commerce H. M. Breaker & Co.Box ';' f fI
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Joe Williams has sold his em- Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:80 p. m. 11-14 CHARLESTON: BLDG. ORLANDO FLA. I

porium and has become a regular dude; Holy communion ever let Sunday. 341 JT 178 KISSiMMEE. FLA.L. .
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must have got a whole lot of money on "'
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t < McCAI LISTER: ,
W. S. HARWELL .
you don't come out and see us be- '
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"; \ ,t e, taken the back track and landed in Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. Public at Large( is prepared to drillARTESIAN ,f'

ed Jacksonville.! Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell .,
_\< Our board of trade, base ball, foot superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant 4ISSIMMEE. Building WELLS ;

t ball and golf clubs we are not saying superintendent FLA.ST.OP. '

fK much about yet, but if President Taft Christian Endeavor every Sunday. in any section of Florida.' ::1. :.,,
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> fore organized, we Prayer meeting and choir practice ev- :, ,

Ace, J; ;, Wire Fencing is best all through. may we send get out thoroughly a team to tackle him and ery. Thursday at 7.15 p. m. Drilling Ten years is :lot a Guarantee successful of Well my r't; :: .

f w . The wire is drawn from a special quality of open his cabinet. And if the .New York Ability to produce the best .

", .;-' t-iHE.fl. $' hearth material-tough, pliable. strong/ long lived Giants can't beat.the Philadelphia Ath- EPISCOPAL.Rev. results. ..
Y7 .?' .'4 WIRE like old-time iron wire. It is the finest fencing letics, send them down here and we I David D. Kidd, rector. 'i)'

i4 .'. ../ '" wire possible to manufacture. will send the whole caboodle of tEem Services every second and fourth Sunday and see ua if "you are going to build. TWO AND FOUR INCH r I "o

err' Calvmhlxinff Heavily galvanized by our own new and perfect back with a sort of a "W came, we at 11:00. m. We make plans and erect any style of WELLS A SPECIALTY ., ..0I '\

& tn" !'i- ..., : r tfftft process, the wire is positively] moisture-prooL saw, and we got licked" feeling. Whittier Communion 2nd Sunday at morning building.. We make our own artificial 4 ->I ;''f>'
|' 7 I The fact that booming the story is not half told services. stone and brick, and 'are close'dealers "I, "

i't. .::All Stay'Wires and Line Wires are Electrically Welded when you atop there. When Julian Guild meeting every first Tuesday. In' lumber. We "lao manufacture all P. 0. Box 344 >' |t:;! ..

Montadoca and Miss Alice came to kinds Monumental work. }
'Ma wr1D Kiesic:1.c:1.ee.:: : : ,
; : : Flor1.ds.
only eliminates ihe. weakening and. :
not town the job was complete. Well The Kissimmee Library. ,,,- .i I ,
j 1 r.:moisture-gathering"wraps, clamps we're here and you're there; now,'if KISSIMMEE CONSTRUCTION CO. : 'i'j.
i f and ties but" practically transforms offers to its \; ,
t. don't build to us while we watch The Kissimmee Library Sproull Ave. and Midland Ry. ., \ 1l'
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> -+the fence into on*.fleet, of perforated . subscribers a list of over four hundredbooks i :
;* '' ateeL'v.fh Kissimmee grow, you just watch' us by the beat authors any or all of < NEW BOAT \ 4. ; ;/
r a ;* I V.T** ee.l.-A..1M..i.saranU.aO! Come on to your berg, which you have the privilege of reading t
i K:.Watte Wire Tiger*)is BO waste wire to make useless weight r'f Have been, staying for some time fer only. $2,- which secures a single "KISSIMMEEJ ''1./,1.f]

r "' 4 <-f;: I instead heavier wire U used and aU the weight with Mr. John Drawdy. MI..'Dora and membership, of,$5, for a family mem- JENKINSVOODIIAM -will leave'KISSIMMEE -- . t
IIf.W..WelPt.fjStay! wires being of the a&mOaize.. bership.: Capt' Trench, the l\librarian! '-X } i
; \. the Ind th.. sink.and
fines, boy ;c: out wilt issue you'a membership card for '
4t :A.>( n'Tittsburgh" ,'::1. ;a ,liaewireatheq n sports' and pastimes,. tn which said boy the above amount. Library' in State I t PARK! ; -V. :

:' (Perfect",Fence b .tit Strongest ia tie World formed the Important element, just! Bank buildlNr., ,SoU *
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".?;'IS :.stjl.. ;aDd"sizes;: adapted"ho',,erery PWPOl..FttI.DJF : >\ makes Rex_ Jy aside1 his old ways and Daily and 6 p.except m. Sundays Sunday 9:30 11 a. mad m: '.. ,+\\i"
urve'Yingand a. -it
ARIV!. RANCH LAWN. POULTRY. '" I II come in one:. more"with' new life-given ,, Bids, 'Asked.- . . and 3 p. m. ;t".f. f
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t "rk'a I ,r+r ;4t 'KY7RVROD: CVAKANTCED' MUUXCT. energy into: the(.correspondent's' list. Seated bids"'for erecting Methodist, Leave Kissimmee daily, except'Sunday ?' , ''i
,(. ": jI.\T'.\ 'I. Ii Th1rtTper'c ;:John says, lathe church tn Klsalmmee Fla., will be..1. Drafting 930a.: m. and 8:15 p m.'<. \ (
4 legal safeguard"'for common cahi: i.r. ceived till December 20, 911. Right. Sundays. a. m. and 2 p. jn.' > ',, 'N.
'clW -B.}MMahinson Co reserved to "1ec%any or:all bida. Plane, -- 1'l''' ,"
. 1fr His d,meaning >, 1 si littleindefinite'- ;to .' file with John M. AmnctmanU Moonlight Exeunkma eM'
and specifications on b
those who don't know hi higher mathmattes. -' 'aadeatUl78bwt- .'vj' : '; ;9
committee. '48-3t "TDM1TT'U.u.L \ .
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''t 1ifNe gir '.trotn 2 to.t2 years'of'age'willbe given t : ,
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I, In. the South' Offers Many Advantages KW a.e.' People ShwsU Lean' to ; A" -- -
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for This .IOd stiy. Detect' tie Approaca of
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ti There are hundreds of places In the KHaey Disease;, H 6fCOMMISSION E. .H" :

I. jJ, ware m North and Southeast today which are Th. symptoms' kidney trouble are .. : ._ ."FROST.: 'I' ):.4
In
( vapidly growing importance as pool so unmistakable that they leave .no
try raising regions--sections from ;iiyiEpCH' fJTS- .
i' ground f>r doubt. Sick, kidneys excrete "I", *. 1ORANOBS'GRAPEPRUIT'
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.' which annually thousands of crates of a thick cloudy, offensive urine full of "

eggs, are shipped and thousands of sediment, irregular of passage i or attended : e'.t' !
dp .tIoeaI'IAa
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1 4 dressed birds. The Southern railwayhas ''
sensation of
by a scalding The .
effected Its lines the "er Ceanalsspestlsrt '
over eoneen.
back aches constantly, headache And Iai

.t. fti tratifn and the pick-up system' for .diary spells nay occur and th* victim Is PINEAPPLES-VEGETABLES'[, f' ;' -
handling- the egga and poultry at a 4 atstes jl ka
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i M ., of ten weighed down by a feeling of Ian;

4'", t is NothioghueveibeanfoundH lower coat to the grower and far more .guour and ;fatigue. Neglect these warnlngs' --1,," .... Trm .

% I that lends the same air of aristocracy convenient l hundreds for of him.prosperous In these sectionsare poultry- and there is 'danger of dropsy, Seatbtrn SWptrfBf ""No.' 50' .t-

Bright's disease or gravel Any oneof cr
home
the t as .
;: i U' ( men, men who are making good profits NEit.Y6u; '
SILVERWAREbur these symptoms is warning enough to m WASHINGTON, STREET, :
,: from their places, and who are increasIng Begin treating the kidneys at once. ..t......: COaNEa: JAY STKECT: "1 ,'.1.1Aelal i y'.

stock is the most complete and *their output every year. Delay often proves fatal Nateasl _..:._,'

1 comprehensive collection- of this beautifulware In northwestern Alabama poultry ;,You can use no better remedy than asslta4 aUM.tYk41Fwrity" for stencil If needed.: 1
buyers have worked up a considerable Doana Pills. Here's
Kidney Kissimmeeproof .tile
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south of the large Eastern cities. We business, and are now shipping live : Agacies r BOUCITtNO! AGENT WANTED-, ,..., .

I have searched the world's markets and poultry and eggs to various parts of the C. W. Campbell, Bryan and Dilling- '

r have'THE BEST. country. From within a radius of fifty ham Sts., Kissimmee, Fla.. says: "I I DOES' LOCATION. AND EXPERIENCE. ;. 'COUNT.. ,?' rt
.r.' y mile. in the heart of this region $250- hare used Doan Kidney Pills and know ;,.>

a:., ;. >tY 'p l Solid Sterling Silver Tea Set five 000 worth of poultry and e&p'are from personal experience that they area
Iw y -design 9000. shipped annually. The town of Eupora, .. -- -
.i pieces, plain remeby of merit. I !got this prepara- .,.. .
".'" J' &< 4 Miss, has worked. up the poultry business ration from the Kissimraee Drug Co. .-.... ----, 11----'" m.a.,..._..._..-- -....... -." -.a......
Dinner Set- pieces
f" Solid Siver After section -
In the delta amounting to
and its. relieved of lame and
use me a
.1,0.00I WHAT IT
$ MEANS !
-pot, creamer,sugar and tray $100,000 annually. In the valley sec aching back and other symptoms of kld- = I.

I ; Sandwich Plates, solid silver, $15 up. tion of Virginia are manygreat poultry I MaD people da not know what s BaD..'.CMMtal U for.or the difference.been
t hey complaint. cheerfully rec mmendDoan' tween a bank .( little or ae capital and with capital
solid silver $16 u(5.( ODe a Tarp .
tl,1.: Bread Trays, farms and numbers of small shippers. .
Pills for I
; Kidney consider I'
A BANK'S CAPITAL AND BCRPLCSli
: .o-.. Salad Bowls solid silver $20 up.
Along the Norwood branch of the '
them worthy of praise the tad that pratacta tha depositors from log. Ib.reae.th*tarter, It Is tb1. 444
$20
silver .
Bon Bon Dishes solid up. \ ... '
: Southern $300,000 worth of poutryproduct.e greater protection lb*depositor b* Ibltbwkbaaa ,
For sale dealers. Price
by'all 60 cta.
Sugar Baskets, solid silver $12 up. are shipped out each Capital of .:.....sstom< est .
year. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole Sarph. fund of. .? Dft.OOO 00
l' A large stock of the very best Quadruple Plate in all sizes, Morristown, Tenn., is l one of the largest agents for the United States. fctockbolden' liability ...."..... 40,000 00Atowlof ,

and for all uses.We . poultry centers in the South shipping Remember the .name-Doan'-a.d' .... im.ooqooi' , y
!tN. styles out each: year in the neighborhood of take no.other. Thin means that w.aiuat looe '1211.000.00 before.our depositors ooa14 lose a' ,, ,
," cent Thuu proteotiOD I. for YOU. 'r' _S S
engrave all silverware when desired. free of cost: 1,000 carloads of poultry and eggs. ,,; rl

Instances of success with poultry in A Nice Gift Package.My STATE BANK" < OF KISSIMMEEC. "" :
We have a fine line of the Oneida Community Triple Plus .'
tbe southeast are legion. One grocerIn Box" of mixed citrus -0_ .
like and is guaranteed for "Express 7
Sterling
Plate Flatware. engraves southern Alabama keeps about'500 fruits packed especially for the holiday KIIJI
'ev- forty years. chickens for their eggs alone. For the trade and for those wishing to remem- S C. A. .R80N' JOHN U. LEa. .II.;'". CARSON i
Diamonds Jewelry five his sales of ber friends at distance, containing or- : Pr..lden' Ytc..Pr..id.at, CaaUati I
Clocks years' eggshave ,
We Handle Watches, I past. from 19 to daVy 23 dozen, at anges, grapefruit tangerines and kumquats ........-.\...\-................\....--......-...----.....--. J
r Electroliers, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir run prices i is the best gift package yet of- : .
ranging from 25 to 45 cents per dozen. fered. Price f. b. \
$1.00 per box o. ,
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Silk Umbrellas -:- -:- -:- -:- ,,, ,
Spoons
He figures 30 cents per dozen an average Kissimmee. Mail orders solicited. H. I. -Ir

; E We are especially equipped to care for all mail orders. Our I, price. This means a daily become R. Overstreet, Kissimmee, Fla. 44-tf i*! ''

stock is complete. new and up-to-date. Our prices are in line of $6 from elZlZ'l.I ?
U Bargain in a Home. R. G.FIRE t
JOHNTJ
,, with all. legitimate- business houses. I Anoaher case l Is that of a poultry T
: raising near Citronelle, Ala., who came \ Seven-room house, three rooms plastered -
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED to that section some years ago from four ceded, two porches poultry .
house, wood-shed fine well 171 feet '
We are members of the Tampa Trade Extention Association, Wisconsin and settled on a 40-acre deep, two lots 69J feet front) each, 135 INSURANGELondon '
and refund the fare of visiting shoppers, subject. to the....rules of the place. He began, wlt _general farm feet deep. .fine garden plot east front. /
t organization' , ing arid lOOn brought his farm up to a,. This ia..a. splendid bargain at $1250. ,

.. high r degree of fertility and increased Terms on half, if desired. See ui early.' '> " >>

M .. 1.1 value.' Not long ago, however; he saw I If you. desire property H. M. BREAKER of- this &description. Co. .. ; :' ;" '

.the immense possibilities the poultry I'I'I . : ; llverpbol, :& GlobeEtnii l ; ; ;' :; ; : ,. ,.i\: \ ,

r business and decided'to' go into that '. ;, ,'. '
and
The Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co.. I line. Hartford, Norwich Union; :

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He bought 30 white leghorns at the other strong Companies'j'
"THE HOUSE QUALITY" ARE YOU BUYING FOR ,
beginning; and has increased his number -
,' Local and Long Distance Phone 698 of hens considerably. At first he -
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PHONE 246 PILLEYBU1LDIN. . f.
410 FRANKLIN STREET got an average of. about 200 eggs per CHRISTMAS ? LOOK.IThis .. -- tv'-

Florida day, which were contracted for by ... 1'" _
!. Tampa hotel men in Mobile before they were ie the line for the Best People 'I

40t laid to whom he ships three times and l is the store where you will findwhat '

every week, at the net price of 26 you want and prices to suit.

cents per dozen for the whole year. Photographic Department :
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f- The hotels take all his callings at 50cents jectors Kodaks Albums Cameras.Photographic Post Card .Pro-Calendar AreYou'Going toBuild?

\ a considerable item of profit, and cards and Folders.

,. he sells a number pure bred fowls at
Gorham Sterling Silver Picture DepartmentFinest
I $1 each. {\ line of Picture Mouldings T\\

1> The hens net, from eggs alone it is I in the State. Pictures framed to ,
figured $1.28 each. In May, 1910, 75 order. We handle a distinctive line 'It
Acknowledged the world'a BEST. We have the line com- settings of eggs were hatched, and the of Pictures Carbons. Water Colors, -X= .'i:2EP
:., plete. Anything from an individual coffee spoon to the moat Oil and nigh grade pro- a e r J !/
chickens of this brood began to lay on P.lntlur'
gorgeous Silver Service. II the finest Oil Paintings
the first of October of the same year. and of the Old Masters.
r WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELJtY, HAND PAINTED CHINA, CUT All these chickns are kept on the place Art Department. C KiiJ

GLASS, ELECTROLIERS, LA VALLERES NECKLACES, RINGS, with those 'raised from other broods, I Artists' Supplies Water, Oil and b& '

BRACELETS, STERLING AND PLATED FLAT AND HOLLOW and are still keeping up ,their net lay China Color Boxes, Pyroorraphy or I t'
There are ten chicken Burnt Wood Outfits and Suppliea,
WARE, LEATHER NOVELTIES, SILVER NOVELTIES, GOLD ing ability. Metal A lika, Brass,! Craft outfits pPliii
houses on .his place and 80 per cent of *
and supplies. *
VEIL PINS.
BUTTONS *
FANS JEWELRY CUFF ,
::1'rr NOVELTIES, ,
the fowls are'kept in these lie grew
Artistic and Beautiful Gifts _.
ATTRACTIVE
STOCK COMPLETE AND PRICES nearly 200 bushels of corn from four Hand Made and Colored Pottery, \ h .ji... .....
;" acre. of land set aside for that pur- Karnak Brass and Gold articles of .! HffT

We meet the prices of any legitimate Mail Order House Quality pose and much other feed needed ia useful designs, Mirrors, etc 'eta
:', \ Considered. Goods sent C. O. D., by express, with the privilege produced on the place. Hand decorated Pennants, t'lliowCushions bought eeponiet ,
of examination. All orders shipped day.received. Calendars Xmas Letters, The U. S. Government has
One Southern woman who haa madea Carda, Poet Cards, and Folders of ' S
Paroid Roofing every since; 1898-often
year
of poultry on a large scale the famous A. M'. Davis va
success ,
We are members of the Tampa Trade Extension Boston. Artistic wood Company Sou-, .mi1Iioa'eq1lU8 feet at a time=-fos.,...e, !.' -<. ,
j refund round-trip fare, writes as follows: "One man and his Orange
... Association, and your venirs and Small Water Color Paintings home Alaska.. Panama and the Philippine .
aubject to the.rules of the organization.: wife can easily raise and care for 6,000 ,
of Florida the \ ;
chicks} from October until May, sell to send to your ae.nel-Ju Northern fiiends.thing the coldest as weU a* the hottest .climatea.Do .: 'I

4,000 at two and one-half pounds weight Stationery you need stronger proof of the wearing'qualities, 'economy,"", .t

: OW h'.Cotler Jewelry Co. at eight to ten weeka old according to The finest grade in the latest gift! ,and the satisfaction that NEPONET Paroid Roofing affords f ,;" .
breed, and keep 1,000 of the beat pullets boxes. Old Bond the '
Hampshire Do you,want proof nearer,home t, We\win;'giveIt., to joss. .t.
:
FLORIDA for layers. Fifty good hens will stationery for the gentleman..Fountain We will. tell where NEPOJNSET' Faroid Rood t
.TAMPA: 612 FRANKLIN STREET Pens-the Waterman Ideal and you you can: see a ;
..f.4. . produce all the eggs needed for hatchIng. the famous Parker Lucky Curve, See how if looks learn bow long it has been.on, dhearwhatJ, ,
\\4. 4 Four 250-egg else incubators will plain barrels or Gold and. Silver the owner has to say about it. ? iNLPONiED '/
hatch and eight good brooders will"care mounted. '

for the chicks until they'are old enough Toys A&bID Roofing Y/ r-C* _:.
I do and then ten small Doll. Lionel Electric ; I
to without-heat, .Campbell Kid *!t, V
FOR SALE OR TRADE brooders 6x8 feet, will furnish all the Railway: : Can, Trains, eta The ..'geld ea Pref.!: ".... jr.rhsL l '" e '. -i

house room necessary. I write offty Dan Patch,. Baeer for"the boys and MI-n-' PAKOCD i ..&: far,W .NK:SCT srtoarAts;..:...:..'-.io* 5
Sets for
what' I .know by experi.nce, and not girls. Preet Nyatie Magic Our the ....,. sad ./... eI ....... etableeftry- 'reds.......oC_'...""....4 till olUfs \I< fktldilln \
; dfgitotor. toy are :
'> young s.. ill sobs? Co1t.la..Ibaa .. at.... ter ardectc toes U4 . ''I : theory or hearsay< What, ia needed to only of the high grade order. ......., a.wtisrs. d,;, ..... .. LoobWl.ab\llelel.-.I.II1..I.a.y ( ; : 11;: +i. "r*: *'
./ A i'I make rood profits from poultry In the 'Por brooder ho..6ed. ... ::r.: NpwacTwATUraQD11.1u/.r: ... ,r-I) {'ok
South is courage to begin and stick to Tampa Photo & Art lwaoar t r.o ; ; I'W. cIa(bOar4e ..4 ebIa,": rvessel'
\ '$25,000.00 worth.of the Capital Stock It. 50 good bens of a wood laying breed ... M tarncI R cols 'a' .-. ..wtw or nda..a.. .as R..p.... oJ \
*.>! and ten acres ot land with a small cap "" . I,..herd tile .....peet.....bwowt raaeq. ,for.. ..._ cold.and. .,...... ;4ktUsd. rY. ,I 4I,
Ph f, 'tbp't; 'J;Citrus Southern, ,, >Railway .Company - .ital.--,Exchange. < Supply 1 CO t. urWsla'M. : 4 ." - j. 'WIIa os.ttk4J. .' ,; .., , "'il'
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ti 'I'B "- Beginning the first:week lit December Members ; Tampa i- --.OU) I.Y-J "' .. \\t; "Ir. ..
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FOR' sA1.'or: exchanga for ROADS IN SOUTHERN STATES Tbt' ; Pennsylvania experiment station 'I -i1

Pao Klssimmeepropertyorangegrove ", has beea doing some work of a
,
practical nature within the few '
past .
: on Shln 'Creek. ; capacity .ytmtl;. t Wrv! Road,. Dreaa'.an1T . yean along the line of Instructing the You'll 1J Like I
j
;. cow"60a to,800.boxe f;;, Better;Laws",... __ ; OTchardist- of the state In.tbe matterof t ,
; ,
"'ZOO" largo) sweet seedling, glvng their orchards more careful

{, ,trees 5 miles from Kissim. aDd BclenOflc care., Some"four years
: It matters not bow.active w* tr* In ago eleven orchards: were selected fir.
'mee:half mile from shippfntf I 1i oar effort to _race tb-censtroc- .with the .tda givingthem,,a. ten .

t ; : ;station, 7i acre.aland..< Price, tkm at macadam' gravel 'and other year course of experimental treatment Park "

$3000 .' FETRIGG bard surface roads' there will of tieces.alty along, the line of, better culture fertilizing Uberjy
i
; ;A), '
spraying eUv TLe-rtharcla
for rear to coma; b* 'a greater ? ,
4. J< M. WILLS N, Ja, percentage of eartb roads In every have' bn divided Into check plots,

RfVZR. J1 southern. .tat*.' '. th different area belnggiven different -

e -' ALLY. The re8aoo. for this are apparent to treatment to',test ..results., Some

. : OREGON any on* famlllar-wlth conditions from a of these received no. fertiliser, others

- financial and population standpoint., to various combinations of. nitrogen, Where Life is Worth Living M +} j

' ; -( SHIP. | ....UIT. ANDvaosrA.Laa lay nothing of the lack of road building phosphoric add. phosphorus, lime, .. ,: k
material that exlsta In a larg number barnyard manure, clover and mulch.
i 'Ii T.tae old reltaM of The results bare been most Instruc
1 I ('- \ c-....... ..re..... This'mattar, ratwt not be reprint without counties.
pvclal pwmbslo.jDid.tee We are informed by' the United U... It war found that the plots re

H1KKl VINZANT&CO.UACKSONyiLLSj. State, offlc 'of public roads that the; ceiving'no fertilizer gave .prac(jcalry Away from crowded'aput.eab without,room,enough for comfort; S '

1d" I y tI ,.. t> .- PIA.'J .____ a-faU-com-tbat some,oW A.rItanau.I1od4a.LoutJdau.ten southern *tatea-namely. Alabama- no net return.returns ranging Other 'treatments from $100 to yielded$000 not air: enough for breataiar f; not t sa esoagh to give food daylicbt, and. t tabiolatelyao #
,
'J y 4tC rooster, pretending to be a reader of Mississippi. North Carolina Sooth Car per acre. Nitrogen alone or in' combination play room lor the ch1drea.Come . T

: cornbusk signs and gooeebone kink., ollna, Tennessee and 'Texas, bad. u .gave excellent reaults. Potash to Florida where voa will l kiT saasaine and pare air amid '"
did not predict that tbe "coming" winter lOOt; 47XC8 mile of or phosphoric acid alone showed no ,
; I unimprovedroads. 'tie iaiag I birds flowers and caWrated garden where ckildrea is
to be bard .. your
was going a one. Assuming that tine then the' Increase In fruit production but did
""_ _. _* mileage of Improved roads baa cOVb1ed.1 when need tn combination with nitrogen. will lot the pallor el ,the city and romping: : in the peen grass will '

The woods during middle October offer we will bar left 4 8.881 mite It LIme alone bad no beneficial effect grew vp a neahh. and strcrngth and. happiaeu. I
t I$1$$ .15. $$$ few prettier slights than a symmetrical these figures are approximately con bat barnyard manure'gave the .,'C

cents J elm still In full leaf and every feet should not tb* question of tb* best results of alL For the purpose IN' LIBERTY PARK '
leaf a golden yellow a condition that proper construction and maintenance of gathering ap and giving fruit grower

SAVED SAVED is only possible when the leaves ripen of these roads receive our most careful of the state the benefits of a direct '
naturally and are not "bit by a hardfrost. and thoughtful attention Inspection of some of this experimental Tea nay realize all yon liar longed for-a home with all the charms t tof

Wonderful Improvement bare been work a field meeting was held the coaatry, yet near enoar.li, tlaat.1.-.! short time yon will enjoy '

WILL BUY - made' In earth roads where commonsense on the Johnson farm In Lawrence all the comfort and convenience of the city. Only one-quarter mil
a Wisconsin is the greatest pea raising men hare used common *en.. county, on Sept. 27. Horticultural experts -
state of the Union. Thousands and methods of construction and maintenance In charge of the experiments assisted from the city limits of Kisiimmee, on in improved hard road, along ,:

thousands acres are raised for canning but so long as we are content by those from other states.were! the survey' of the new-electric: : railroad. The best of citrus fruit and

,. A'25c-can of Mermen's Violet Tal- while a large acreage besides Isde"oted to place this Important work In the present to explain the demonstration track land, in five- and tea-acre tract at $60.00'per acre, that will ;, '
to raising peas for seed. One hands of work to the who assembled to
; cum Powder company tn Eau Claire county grew politicians, as Incompetent Is so often the or case grafting, we get the benefit many of It .be worth doable this value within a few months. The country around ,

r' -or 1200 acres of peas this season on its cannot expect anything bat tbe worst Kittimiaee is fast improving and those who get in on the'ground floor

own land. All failure in this work are not doe THE EROSION OF EARTH. will reap splendid rewards. There .is no uncertainty about the increase o

y; A, Pound of California Peaches to graft, tor a large majority of road 1
In-the hop elds'of Kent. England i commissioners and Investigations which have been carded if yon invest in LIBERTY PARK.
overseers are honest -
tilts are now used by pickers instead on by the United States geological
men, but a rule
-or as they are elected
survey show that the surface of the
of the time honored stepladders. Someone
to office t
DOt because of their fins
+ A Pound of Good Breakfast Bacon same has Idea advanced mlgbt'be tbe theory adopted that by this or- for the work but because of their per- erosive country action Is being of water worn at away tbe rate by the of Some othr bargain which u>. an-offering:

sonal .
bardlsts in the pruning of their trees popularity. These evils,coupled an Inch In 700 years. This seems like No. 301-An attractive home l ID Pine- Florida write or call on us quick, as this

-Or 5 and gathering of fruit from higher I a....Tery small amount but It Is nn dale. This property Is just outside of property will not be on the market longat :
4 % limbs. Maybe.An enormous amount when viewed In the city limits-on high ground. Houseif the price named. This property we
+ .; A Can.of Eagle Milk : action of single drainage basins. It two-story and contains eight rooms, are offering for a short time for 'l2.l OO.
,-. --' -- all plastered and bard oil finish, two Will sell as a whole or divided into two-
4 -or eastern farmer who has bad considerable ; Is estimated that the Mississippi river porches, fine well and large barn. parts if desired.No. .

rl'' 'k7tr'1 .ex!>er1en'e with Angora _ carries annually to the gulf of !Mexico This house U located on a five-acre w
Many other good things at goats speaks strongly of them as a 136400.000 tons of dissolved matter tract, with beautiful view. of the city 221-This is one of the handsomest ,
means of devouring and killing out and 34O.5OO.OOO tons of suspended matter and lake. Land l Is adapted to citrus homes close to the lake, house is '
In fence and brush such as particles of earth. Of fruits' aDd trucking- This property can new containing six rooms plastered .-), '
poison ivy rows
I tills total the Missouri river contributes ae had for Sl'OO: on very favorable' throughout, hard oil finish, electric +,
IOU and. farther that a few of them terms Will introduce customer to lights and bath, nice shrul l>ery la
North KissimmeeTaylors' than twice much
kept: In a flock of sheep are a sure .more as as owner and let them deal direct. yard. Just the place for anyone de-
protection for the latter animals does the Ohio. The Colorado riverdelivers siring a quiet, cosy home where they tl
against attacks by dogs. at Its mouth lO0.740qpO< tons No. 304-Improved farm, located on can get the benefit of the breeze from
of suspended matter, or more than any best. road In Osceola county, U miles the lake almost every day In the year.
t from depot. 10 fenced and in Fine view of lake from
The theory of feeding rations such DIBT BOAD HI other single drainage system. It In acres front veranda.
OBOBOLA.
and estimated that all rivers in the United high/ state of cultivation; best trucking This property is. offered by the owner
as turnips silage Immediately aft with the statute labor system, hare State. wblcb flow to the sea bear and to this section. Has good well for a short time; we will Introduce cus-
er milking in order to prevent a contamination 3(.room clttage stable, shed and tomers add "
fastened wagon to owner let them deal
tbe sooth the ,
{ upon
very wont thither total of 883.000.000
grand
h ,Quick Delivery Phone 250 of the milk by flavors given a poultry house. All ready for purchaser direct
eartb roads In the nation.
r 'off by the feeds la based on the tons of dissolved and suspended matter : to begin work without anT --delay or
1 .' fact that the juices of tbe foods In The first and most Important thing' or the equivalent of 610,000,000 expense of clearing land and waiting No.-436-Seven-room house, 3 rooms
which the flavors are contained pass to do is to change our laws, abolishing cubic yards of surface soil. to improve before being able to pro- plastered, 4 ceiled 2 porches, poultry
off other channels before the tbe statute labor system and sub, duce any crops. This land Is adaptedto house, wood shoe fine well 171 feet ,
through
stunting therefor the cash tax system. growing all kinds of citrus fruits; deep two lots 69j feet front each 136'\ '
: &U.BUftOCKESTATE; time of the next milking. If this can be done and the work o( T "'TWO-YEAR AGRICULTURAL drove can be started to good advan- feet deep fine garden plot east front

improving and maintaining our roads COURSE.In tee-whlle land is being farmed. Price This is a splendid bargain at $1250. '
There are dogs and dogs. One kind be placed la the bands of men who years past much of the work done' 1660. Terms on part if desired.No. Terms on half if desired. See us early ',
7 sleep at the corner of the house, bound are engaged In no other occupation by agricultural colleges has failed to if you desire propertyl this descrip- .! )
435-House- of six rooms, with tion.
REAL out on passing teams and are not and confer the largest possible usefulness : -
are required to give their foil water and sewer connections located
lt '' NN\\\w\aNMw\W\\N worth the salt they.,get op the bones tecauqe of the rigid and quite exacting } t
time and attention to their work all In two blocks of postoffice. House Is N.437We are offering some very
'' INSURANCE they gnawTbe other kind paw the should be satisfactory. requirements for admission to the agricultural plastered, wood work hard oil finish; desirable resident lots, located three- I r
' same kind of bones but In addition No earth road can be maintained In courses, In many cases the lot 64x1471 with 19 full bearing orange blocks from Court House, on nice high

ry are well bred mind their business, good condition unless 'It be so contracted equivalent" a high school course being trees in the yard. You can stand on elevation, for $300. Alley in rear of all .
Examination. of Titles .a carefully Inspect strangers and can be as to drain well and unless necessary. Within the past'two the porches and pluck the fruit Call these lots. Cash or short time. Letus

F counted on to fetch up the, cattle>at It be kept free'from rota and toles. years -several leading agricultural on .ns and allow us.. .privilege ofshowing show. you these lots. "I

Specialty.. night _..+,Y, "":', The best method of maintaining :an schools, realizing this fact hue provided . you this desirable home., No. 803-Small farm Inside of city T'; /'>? "

earth .road, especially) a prairie road for a two-year agricultural short ,No."'309. Splendid new 6-room'house, limits. Tnls property consist of a five-/.: ,"
''CorretDondance 'Solicited. While their dumpy condition maybe 1a'-by the systematic use of the road course, which la open to all.young peo-' ust inside city limits, fine deep well acre tract within a quarter of a mile of ..r.ti'Osceola )
e due to othercauses. It Is often the rag. ,A sand.road Is never good an-' pie wbo' have had tbe branches taught lot contains two acres of ground good ) High School.' Small house, fine-' ,c"-
case that lice are at the bottom of tbe'trouble der any circumstances bnt certainly In the average country school, a knowledge new barn wagon-snd buggy sheds, all four-inch flowing well, land all in cultivation "
with the poultry. In any eventan la not Improved by crowning. A sand of which would be necessary for under good new fence. Finelocation City Is building very fast in ,

... examination snoaM k* BB4* *.>* read flu a* Las MIlt ...... moist, so Itbold satisfactory progress In tbe courses of- for small track garden or poultry ranch this direction; lots will soon Command .
'. If lice are present they aboaM be cone, be left tat No one wants a ered. The- benefit which will result this is a fine proposition where you will good price if owner should desire at any
will have the freedom of the country, time to sub-divide and tell It for residence -
from thus throwing these practical and
after hammer and tongs which should! sand road so. If possible clay should Price ;
all the advantages purposes. $1,300
yet close enough to enjoy -
Include not only. treatment for the poultry be added to, and mixed with the aand. helpful courses open to a greatly Increased of the city such as splendid

but a fumigating and whitewashIng making what Is known as a sand clay number of young men and women -high school best markets, churches, No. 291-Three choice resident lots
of the poultry quarters. :,road. I: can hardly be estimated. It will etc. Price $1500. fronting/ marled street In southern .
mean the realizing of a maximum value portion of city, elegant view of lake
:i", Money-malciiiff I The old way and it la used today by
I
strains
from the most practical type of In- No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just where YOU can get the benefit 6f l the ,k
Inasmuch a. It seems to be the Inborn many, of filling a mud bole with brush
,- t for
t market growers truction that la offered in American short distance beyond city limits on cool breezes that blow almost conllnuaKy. -
g t ,'1....... But 1.1,"' T... .. tendency of tbe bog to seek and with a little earth ou' top cannot be. schools today.A Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid Good healthy locality, fertile
ir: get Into all the dirt and filth It baa too strongly condemned and 1s only soil
and
A. .... grew*. I:'---.IL. high school churches and market. Price eood street-all that make
.... P *."'IOq: or. 40qStr4or4 access to. It Is the part of good management permissible In cases of emergency, $30.00 per acre. Terms on part if de. life worth living IB. found In this sec '
U4 ii xOL .'.00.. IL.$3 3. to make Its quarters and when it is Impossible to drain the bole SPECIALISTSOPINION.. sired. tion of the city. Will sell these. lots ;

....... s..w CleM T-a.. surroundings as clean and sanitary as or to get sand or stone to fill It. The Professor Hopkins of the University. singly or if 'OU desire will sell thewill
1M. .... Sa iM wwIa. possible When a disease breaks out overseer or foreman should In dry of Illinois one of the leading speakers COLONIZATION LAND three which> make one large lob
VI S !VKbJ. 8tniss >IBM,Ci -.b.. MudstarawlM. In a herd of swine the number of weather center his work on -sncn at the conservation congress held a No. 400-This is a tract of 8,700 1471x140 feet. Price $,'))00. sJlo. 1

r f ....... W.3..d te.SM . germs I. quite apt to be In direct proportion places until the road Is raised to a short time since at Kansas City made acres timber land. Well located fbr 432-New bungalow
I yew bl oi x dw.i. sad. IUe !! to the filth presentFlowing sufficient height to drain well. Many the rather startling statement that sub-division! and colonization pur of four large and two shed consisting rooms, ;! ,
1i s;, ;' Iqwtaye. .:y spKwl wtwlcwi. p :Apr overseers have brush hauled two milesto notwithstanding the fact that the soils poses. It borders on three lakes. lot 147x147 feet well 197 feet deep. on 20 "p,
... At Railroad within three miles of tract. ;
* .... t
i lode,y sty.........ID.are. .-r......csfal. ..t J JI with .. steam or gasoline fill! a mud bole when sand la'within in many sections of the country have Will cut 2500 to 3000 feet of lumber to young fruit in trees and young shadetrees
set front
tractor Is not an unalloyed picnic shoveling distance of It. been depleted by soil robbing to the the acre. This will bring splendid returns of lot. This property r
St L Walter P. StokM.Se. IC particularly If those In charge of tbe If our farmers do aot.tate a community point of virtual bankmtpcy, we are ex- to owner If sold In small tracts.Our Is near to the lake and -ts a de>
5'' Mnan llffblgul; place to live ; land is high '
Interest In the Improvement porting annually 1,000,000 tons of our $6.60 acre.
i work do not understand tbe business price per
'
,; Dept. 81 PkiUcUlpkU and just the place for "
a nice
best rock for the paltry quiet
and of the roads and pot their shoulders phosphate sum
thoroughly do not have things home where
the h
vou secure
', of $5,000,000. when If this No. 381-A 20-acre tract located on breeze from
to tbe wbeel we will surely remain same, phosphorus
NUt properly adjusted. One farmer the almost
-_ ____. ws we depleted marl road two miles from depot on continuously. Price 1300.
to
S "stuck In the mod. -Good ttoads. were applied our own terms. If
read of the other day spent two days on part desired.
St. Cloud road Property has good
soils it would be worth 1000.
TERM i with three men and a boy getting one In
000,000 In the of bread for house and three-acre orange grove No. 415-Very desirable Ibis '
'd I production vacant .
r ; S: Per Coarse, $50 to $80 of these plowing outfits equipped and ACTION BEHIND WORDS. future generations He made the further bearing. This grove will yield from containing three acre, just -outside '
after making fonr rounds gave it up lOOOto 1200 boxes of oranges each city limits in West Klssimmen "
4' '
Send for good
deacriptive literature Interesting statement that with
as a bad job and finished the field In Geed Reads Boosters Seek Up Movement based year. Sufficient land cleared and in place 10 start poultry farm or truck;
the old fashioned way-four horses proper handling on a knowledge cultivation to Increase grove to twelveor garden. Close to churches and "
Is .
and Result a Suooasa.Because school.
,
SPECIAL FREE of the fundamentals of soil .
SCHOLARSHIPTo and a gang plow. preserving fifteen acres, and t same time can A bargain at $17.'). Let Us show
Tom McKay, a farmer' living YOU
fertility, millions of acres of practically pa yielding/ ant garden truck desired.If this lot. kt
anyone organizing a club of fourteen miles south of Obetlrn abandoned land tn tile older states of roperty that will bring: r
;;, : ;Four (exclusive of the organizer)) Since the tiller of the soil doe most Kan.. weed not<< be bluffed Decatur could be brought to a point of produc- results ibis fall, and at all times while No. 402-Fine 20-acre orange grove located ,
,we will give a Fr. scholarship of.the grunting and sweating In con-' county now baa fourteen miles of Unproved ''tlvtV where they would have a valuein extending new grove Investigate this. inside city limits, close to school ::0. '' '
t' -orn section with' produce consumed by.the dirt road and the farmers are excess of the $200) corn'belt lands of This property Is convenient to town, and churches. This property consistsof
t 1 > ':To any; club of five scholarships millions of mouths of the country It ao delighted with the result and the the central states. has marled road on one aide tine. end. forty acres of land twenty acres of '\ P'
we will give each a Ten Dollar la an Illuminating commentary on the small expense that they are making Price 4000. which is in bearing orange and grapefruit - ,
t J+, ", .cash discount This offer Is not system of economic distribution In plans for building several more roads GROVENo. trees, ten acres additional cleared .;; l
ORANGE
good after January lit SHOULD BE RIPE. and in cultivation five-room ,
1912. ; good cot.; ;a t
vogue that In spit of all his labors begets out of Oberlint r
,.' The enjoyment to be derived from Twenty-flve-acre orange ; two deep wells. This is 'an ex (f'/ at t
Mount"' V on Bl5iness but 85: cents of the dollar which 'I At the farmers' Institute In Oberlln eating pears-.and tbla. baa to do grove/ all under good fence. Railroad cent location where :you will have I t
,College the consumer pays for his produce It several jnontfcs ago Mr. McKay delivered runs through grove; station adjoining the freedom of country life with -citv...
; :''' Franklin Square BuildingTAMPA la this very situation that la responsible a talk: on good roads following a with texture. Juiciness and flavor-la property; good school and church within advantages. Possession can be secured i. .
i' s; for the establishment in many larger similar talk- by H. O. Douglas Tics almost entirely dependent upon ,their quarter paile of property. All) crop on short notice. See this proposition ;
tt ', Pbon. 9-8-4 FLORIDA being ripened at tile time of ( 'i "/>1,
cities of the country of markets president of a bank at, Oberlln. who consump that can be grown in Florida do well on before purchasing. Price, $9,500; terms 1.,

., '" where producers and consumers'cnmast pledged his townsmen to pay: the coat. tion. Pears for shipment, any distanceare : this_place I ; If )"Ode.ire a' home In on-put ,," v 4.,,
Ile-4t '
S .5 and trade. "We ,will a..... to do :bur share of .always" picked: While bard. They, !-,,,. -.. .J '....
'i may have attained fall also and good . .
,, .,
.. .work '
-
on the road If you will raperta- -
s J! '
color, but at- tile same time be- bard : ",
Th. wrecking ot tie town of Austin.' tend It." said one of the farmers. .!t
,.1' I ,,'
: and worthless. The proper way of ; -
,
Pas on Sept. 80 by a flood of-watn ,"Tod'can't bluff;me.." KcE..at4.t ek
1< *r :CHRISTMAS handling pears In 1Ich.COD4ftloD.la topat'them
loosed by the breakmg of tb* cement up the money and I will give my i

*' ?.V f? CADDIES dam of the Bsyllse, Pulp and Paper ,time. -Now, you' people who.bar talked and< before away, many.In:days a cool they dark, win place be,. H. M. BREAKER & CO.

I !1- company and that on tb* beela of a good roads; something or' quit perfection- weet Insclofls and fine flaTored. ,
bad wan which tb. inhabitants of saying thatyon 'really.:deafr* good
p* ..That are fresh iab'Qood' the town bad six months roa -.' .. '. ' ..:It any'readers have never Riv'on .
or lOOn age a. .1' -If' .; : - this' preliminary :treatment I ..__,
1li :'in IoIea k\\ ; When the .damwar'strslned | ,road bonding has 0 'pean -
a The.
:t i 4i.ID, to;.tbebreaking :; accordingly .they should ,d I V", "' .., .' point by.winter rains.'would recently been accomplished at a'cost of wttb tbe fuitthst \ 4, -ljver: ) Osceola Pharmacy :-
r acquaint* .finest .
r DKUrxtn AjrraovmJKI : /r. .seem to'mpnaal** the. Deed of= farJDON' (20.73 a mile."Including tb*work: ot ,_ 't\.... k. '
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;
stringent state lawa which the engine sad men hired gfown.' L { '.
to.operaj '
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; ',C. \ :;4czif.1inNorth : : '\ would compel thelDqloct1OD..ancJ repair Ui tile flnaKraaiag and amoothmg, tip : ; .( :Y '. ''KifSSunmeeo; s.
: Floridar
: I of tbes*tmkaf* U'uaoie' and tb* eon, -of tha-rodbedL,. > :\ '. f+ ':.1T "" .., < ," ... , '{

.j' : ,. ... saimiai*' *.;j Pbon* &, ,trectlon of Ww dama for the putpoa ** great Fens 'ot tk* llcKa? road : '" ';"""r ,. w
,*t {iimponnding'wats1; &Ceordtag''bA.Ilesmpstee.r! t,baa 1Itarte4'oT.' ...., far tn* same ., -

'r: 'i- t.? :" Io \\o'... ,...... ...... .-' : pedflcaOAns fnrnlsbed.. : : Oasa'tof;'work- IB. ,several' 41r cOons. -.' ". ....0 t :: : .. .,.._ ---.5-
F'f "'.. 't'. ,." '\' crm_engineers. .:, :frora Obertla ,., -; __ ; : . .If'- "' .. .5'i', :
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.Deoemberr8,19U, 'It- r' .. 't Y. !JJ" : THE KI881MMEB. .:O4ZETTE'' >>'- 'J, '\
yALLET .
: ... ., ... __ .t. '. .' Pap*

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: SEPUL6HERS, ', 'OF' 'wAi.-C; : , ,
POVERTYOF CHINA -, : rs .m , 1 .
: : 'embs That' Bee Se netlmes Erect inTheir ,f fL "
'PRESENTS .
!
} oil!' Hive.
.' Bees haVe a very Ingenious and aanj., h rslnl s1: N.ovelti8s.

F a: ,<, Misery of the Millions ,That, AreAKvayt fury fray of disposing mouse accident or a- o, .
slug that happen by or
may .
% ; ," When you are )ooklng&tr a Christmas present for any.member; Hungry. '. design* to find Its way Into their hive.. .: , ,.y Nt

N..: ,of the familycAlland ae4f us., as you .will,find us' When the Intruder 1s killed the problem ) , I .- J f

,i., ,"',,' loaded with' the best ,of thing*''along this"lino GRIM :STRUGGLES FOR FOOD. ,arises bow.to deal.with ba-body. _ , 1

*- ,.something worth buying as;, ," If it la Impossible to expel or dismember. ,. . '. .
'. well at worth the giving M. i It then will proceed methodically: ,rS NONETTOO EARLY begin the Chd..tau shopping and first' :"
.
Testable of' .. will find the choicest assortment of We bar
: alt4\\ to Inclose ft In a, sepulcher rifts Jut
fj.nkeyeM.Ise CameU
Here .
\,,; :l-jDreissers Dressing Tables l Chiffoniers; ,'ci l1ro1:1 ** WU. opened the largest line of Christmas Novelties to'.be found in the
,1lVMn.N. Longer Fit ,for Werk Are I city! including wood and leather goods in great variety. .
\: 'In of his hires dJa.- .
: Wardrobes Tables Chairs Hall Hacks Turned IntoBkiteher's. Meet-i-Tlie one .beekeeper ,
xtobcs. ,: .. covered,three such tombs alde.br.slda. :
f'' Costumers, Umbrella: to n d s. Buffets, SideBoards I..r.th'e" .$ug.r. Wharfs.. erected with party walla. like the cell j CORNWALL WOOD +

j' China Closets -Sbfas.''Conches' ""Clocks :Writing of the million and minions 01 the comb so> that no -warn should Highjy li.hed,, and :hand-Dal. d, napkin "rings, puff boxes, 'and
.
; of inland China whose. UTS* are spent be wasted. These tombs the prudent 'band. mirrors.; f," -,

.Pianos, Medicine Smoking and! Shaving.Cabinet face to,face With starvation, KdwardAUwortVltoea. "..xtona".,had raised f ler the remains "
-
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases.". Rugs. :Bath.:Mats, ,, ; In the'Century sayss"No of duced three into snails the hive.that a;As child a rule.when bad Intro ./ROUGH "WOOD.'-, .,, ,. . . ?' ., .
natural'resource
" .Refrlgerators.Plate hacks Nicest line Wool-- U too trifling dealing with .nails! bees will be con- Fern Dishes,Nut Bowls, Fruit Bowls, Book Racks,.Mirrors..Nip-
to be turned to account by the teem- kin IUn .
: tent to seal up with wag the opening Hair Sewing Companions Stamp Boxes, Match.
.A.. Blankfets. !' and many, ther, ,things .t6onninerfcy teg population.' The''see Is raked: and Of the shell- -But In this case the shells .Holders. -, Receivers-, etc.,, .- ._.'- ,." '.--' .'... _"" -I f'
ousto mention. .trap.a for edible"plunder.;"Seaweedand' were more or less cracked and broken 1 ':-
.
A. kelp have a place In, the larder. and they bad considered- simpler.. LEATHER GOODS "

WE INVITE. YOU TO. CALL!: AND, SEE US than Oreat' otto's quantities,finger. Ol..MaIa'DO"nafl 'are upend bigger and therefore They Jiad to farther bury the contrived.entire awL In order: Cues Pockets" Watch In:".wide Fobs" vurtety-Painted.-Ctird and"- BIU'Casei e \ ,-Match.' "'and''Cotnb..' " ..'.

Shaving Fads, Snap Shot Al, ,
"'I that traffic might not be. Impeded, In
yield food'that finds its bums in different
made to a styles, "e Playing Cards In leather ease. '
. ; .. CASH OR INSTALLMENTSrWisKng r way' 'far inhered.- Tbo fungus that the entrance ball of the hive, a number Bridge Score Pads, etc., Fancy Banks, etc., Alligator.Novelties -,

print up ID eM grass"after a 'rain lseaten of galleries exactly: proportionate, not >. ,.including the .Luck Charm, Tie Rae .,. etc., r
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: to their girth, but to tbat'of the male
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.:,' -, You a Merty Xa'ias-' -Fried sweet.potato Tines far w .\
bees which are almost twice u Urgeas I' : I '

. KISSIMMEEFURNI1URE'CO.: Ida Blah the ditches poor are man's balled table.out The for road-the I the'workers.. -London I, Standard. .Mrs. E.., Ik ,Pearce"GRAPEFRUIT:

aako of fishes .no 10ocer.tb8Q. one' '

', ., anger.. Great panniers of strawber STRAIT, Of. MAGELLAN.- '-....
) ries/half of them still green are collected -
v in the mountain ravines and Place Nam That Det ... Breathe- of '

-. .offered in the markets. No wood or Its T gedl.a. ,
l. I talk escape the bamboo rake of the The history of the toll of the strait of

autumnal fuel gatherer. The grass Magellan began when the drat prtml- I I 4

to tufts on the "rough slopes are dog up five canoe capsized and fatally spilledIts
] by g* roots. Tbe-sickle reaps the dark skinned Amerinds Into the icy : :

:J BARGAINS IN FLORIDA grain close to the ground for straw waters of this southern archipelago.
,
and chaff are needed 'to burn under The first white man's toll wan paid 'on

the rice kettle. The leaves of the bIB maiden passage through the strait $ OR ORANGE. GROVES
trees are a crop to be carefully. gathered. By the man whose name the strait now .
' Truck.Farms rotting stump bears and the price exacted was one
One never sees a
: or a mossy' log. Bundles of brush carried of the flower of his fleet and the desertion .

miles on. the human back beat Of others. which turned tall- forbome IF YOU' are going to plant a Grapefruit.;Orove'. '

.1 i the brick kiln and Jbe potter's fursacs before the bitter blasts from the or an Orange Grove, buy''our.Tr:: from,

. a AND ORANGE GROVES After the last trees hare been western unknown. the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries.,
Since that 800 these I
long
years ago
' taken the far and forbidding heightsare QUALITY COUNTS-Everything! you get from .
/ and have exacted -
wild forbidding regions
fl' and mattock
scaled by lads with ax: us is firstclassOur favorable soil and location
of life and
their toll !l.
heavy
' \ NUMBER 12. We have for sale 80 acres of (sand U miles from railway to cut If down left alone or dig would up the reclothe seedlings ,. property from 'everymartttoe nation make it possible for us to produce stock that has '*

town, 61 miles from Kissimmee, the county seat. This is all that of the globe "which has sought to use no superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early.
4., splendid orange land. Also grows splendid melons of all kinds, sweet' the dn.stated1r1dg88."ThO |of China Is one of the these "ends of the earth" aa a high Orange is far"superior to the Parson Brown.,
potatoes corn and other 20 acres in high state of cultivation cuisine '
crops. The names given by explor CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, is .the best '
fenced and cross fenced. 5 acres in orange grove, 3 acres of which great toothsome cuisines of the world way. very ,
... to these parts are a clew to its history budded variety now produced anywhere.., We have the'
" are fine, large thrifty, bearing trees, heavily loaded with oranges at but for the'common' people the stomach ers stock buds
this time remaining 2 acres just coming into hearing. This is part and not the palate decides what and character-Mount Darwin. largest 'two-year Grapefruit in Florida.I'
Write for r
full of
hammock land and a great deal of It is pine and< ,oak timber mixed, shall be food. The silkworms are eaten Beagle channel./ Mount Sarmlento. suggestions.Catalogue See good t" >ideas.'and. >practical. I p ',
there about 60 in timber. 4-room box house and Thieves Port our Agent. "
being acres Large has been unwound Desolation Island bay '
after the cocoon J. E. MATTOCKS FLORIDAOcklawahaNurse
.i IUSBUUdEE"
nice porches, good barn, grain bins, bay mow and .chicken shed,' well After their work U done Famine Mount Misery Unfit bay Last .
of water near the door. All good land surrounded by a colonization fromthem.
inlet in cases spelling tragedy
become nope many "
camels
proposition that has been sold out in 10-acre farm. Road on either bones donkeys mule and "" '
side of the farm. Unimproved land adjoining selling from $30 to $35 botcher; meat. The cow or pig in its worst forms.-Outing.I eesTAric RINE :

,per acre. This tract can be purchased for $40 an acre, time on halfif that baa died a natural 1 de.tb'1a not : ;
'
desired A real genuine bargain. The 20 acres in cultivation could disdained. In Canton dressed,rats and I Stevens n's Name. "; ., : .R.J.D ;.
I soon be planted to citrus fruit and by putting peach trees between cats are exposed for sale. Scenting No modern writer-Is better known _)
'- would pay a handsome income after the second year, as the peacheswill possible opening for a tannery, the by his initials than Robert Louis Ste-
bear until the oranges and grapefruit are bearing. Then truck- governor of Hongkong once aet on foot venson. but "IL L. 8." was arrived et : ,
_" ing can be carried on between the rows. an Inquiry as to what became of the after considerable espenment'Ste: .I
III NUMBER 23. Fine farm and two groves. 120 acres of land, groveon skins of the Innumerable pip slaughtered venson's baptismal names were Robert
one 40 of 8 acres, bearing and a number of young trees, there Ho learned that Lewis Balfour. and the' third name
are about an equal number of grapefruit and oranges and quite In the colony. : r
delicacy' caused the difficulty. Until be was
they were all made up as "marine .Luthber
number of tangerines. Have been offered for the fruit on the tree.
80c per box for the orangrs and $1.75 per box for grapefruit and tan- and sold among the Chinese. about fifteen be signed himself "R. ,
gerines on the trees Also another orange grove on a different part Another Ume be was on the pointof Stevenson." After that he occasionally '
of the farm of 9 acres,-mostly oranges with perhaps One-fourth grape ordering the extermination of the used Stevenson. "R. L. B." in 1808
fruit. Those oranges are nice healthy trees, just right age to beginto mangy curs that Infest the village In be asked his mother to address him as Gompany- .
pay heavy returns to the owner.. This farm has -a quarter of a the Kowloon district because,they harassed "Robert Lewis." but a year or two -- tRough
mile front on a beautiful lake that Is connected with six other lakes the Sikh policemen In the performance later as he expressed It In a letter to
by canals, making a beautiful chain of lakes that can be visited by duties He found Mr.' Baxter, "after several years of '.. ..' '
launch. Located 4 miles from a town of 2500 people, about 2 mile. of their -DBALBKS PI",>- -... ,
, from railway station in Oseeola county Florida., Has a 3-room cottage just In time tbat.neb an act would feeble' and...Ineffectual endeavorwith
t good stables and barn. Fenced hog'tight and cross fenced, Interfere with the food of the people,', regard to my third initial fa'' thing I Lumber
'(" some of the finest farming and trucking land to be found in the State something a British. colonial governor loathe)," be finally; abandoned it alto, ; arid Dressed r' ,
) 'Of Florida. Some splendid virgin timber that JiM never'been boxed.' ,must never do. < gether. Stevenson when about eight

\ A grand tract of land all the) way through, very cheap at $12,500 or Though the farmer thriftily: combs een changed the spelling 6f his second ". .,.
, owner will reserve this years orange crop and sell for $11,000.if sold bis harvest _field., every foot.of. the name, from "Lewis" to "Louis. but V WINDOWS DOORS '
C at once. Terms, $2500 cash, balance $1000 per annum with 6 per cent abort ,stubble Is gone over. again by Lewis he remained at all times In the I ,. .
interest on deferred payments: Almost like finding a farm, as the ,
Oranges alone should take care of future payments and support a fam- poor women and children who are content month of his family and'friends. SHINGLES, LATH BRICK; UME: .. r
ily besides. This I. worthy of close investigation. Iaowned by a If In a day's gleaning they can '., I' ;
non-resident is why it can be bought at such a bargiiri. gather a handful of wheat heads to Origin of the Moss Rose.

NUMBER 27. Orange grove Inside the city limits. 3 acres of splen- keep them alive on the morrow. pn the The reputed origin of the moss rose NOVELTVNORKS: : ''
did orange grove ana a 6-room house, about a half mile from the Hongkong wafer front the path of the according to the Persian legend is so r4
center of the town. Owned by a non-resident. Price $3600. Half coolies carrying produce between warehouse pretty a tale that it will have a romantic ,,'- .t.-" .

cash, balance favorable terms and junk Is lined with tattered Interest for all who love that GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL V J
NUMBER 30. A 10-acre farm about 1 mile from railway station, 2 women, most of them with a baby on old world and delightful member of
miles from a town of 2500 people on a splendid road, J mile to the back. Where bags of beans or ricw the great rose family. It appears that '
church, i of a quarter to school. About one-third of the place into are In transit a dozen wait with basket In tbe long ago the angel whose taskIt j* j* Free Delivery to All Parts of City v/+'. .J* ;

splendid oranges and grapefruit with some tangerines. Plenty of and brash to sweep up the grains to tend the flowers, wearied
,,: stables, chicken shed, chicken house and grain bins, house of 3 rooms, wharf was
from the sacks On- a
dropped with his labors fell asleep beneath a
2 wells. Price $1600, one-third cash balance 200 per year for 5 years.
where crude sugar } being repacked refreshed
ss and waking
NUMBER 33. 60 acres of fine land, about 11 miles from city limitson ''scraping rosebush on i
hard marl road. 8 acres of fine bearing grove, half the land extraordinary squat sixty women the inside with Its perfume and tbe shade had ".
t t fine citrus fruit land balance fine trucking land, rich of the discarded sacks, while others I afforded him. bade It ask for any boouIt .
muck soil. New 9-room residence with basement good barn, wagon run by'the bearer, If his sack leaks a wished." "Give us," said tbe rosew. .
"" k sheds,' etc. This is a mageiflcent farm and can be had for $15,500 on little, to catch the particles as they "some further charm." and tbe anfrrl. SEEDS and POULTRY SUPPLIES : ,

, terms If desired. fall When sugar Is being unloaded a stooping picked up some of the moss .' .
,
We
can supply for Immediate shipment
NUMBER 35. 40 acres of land about 1 mile from the postoffice at mob of gleaners swarm upon the on which hS bad been lying and enveloped you "
'rc", Kissimmee, 20 acres in bearing grove, balance all good land 5"room lighter the moment the last sack leaves the flowers with It. telling BEANS:: PEAS ,OA'T8 RYE ,. i
'. house, stables A great proposition for a nice home with a and from the gangplank
eagerly scrape them that this green covering being Most complete line of Poultry: Supplies, Garden #J
splendid income. Here you have the advantages of "high school and the deck the sugar mixed with the emblem of modesty and humility, v and Field Seeds In Florida. it
; churches markets, ete, Price $9500, terms ir desired.
good WRIT
dirt that for'two hours has been trampled would make the moss rose the fairest FOR ILLUSTRATED: CATALOQUsTE ,. '4tw

i..' NUMBER yards from 87. school 40 acres and of church land,,4 1-4 miles mile from from Kissimmee.railway station About, 200 twoscore Into a coolies-muck by trotting the bare back feet and of of Pall its species Mall Gazette.and Its queen for all time :::.;sh.:. A. MARTIN & COMPANY J 3C. ILLI' 'R.L 1

15 acres in cultivation. A dozen or more nice orange trees large road. ,, 'r
forth across a dusty oast
pear tree and some peaches 25.acres of fine orange land 15 acres of
trucking land, 4-room"faame house with 2 porches, fire place in two "There are a number of miscellaneous Queen Elizabeth's Jester. J!
, -rooms. This is sdlendid property, and cheap at $1600. Time on halfor facts that hint bow close the Pace. Jester to Queen Elizabeth was .'.. 4
more is desired. masses live to the edge of subsistence. so bitter in his retorts on her that be i I

't" FINE RUBURBAN HOME. 231 acres of land owned by a Pennsylvania !- The brass cash the most popular was once forbidden her presence. *,
.._' lady. Joins the the city limits, can drive right off hard road coin In China' Is worth the twentieth After. he had been absent for 'some o
."" onto the land, can stand on front porch and look right down Main of a-cent: but. as this has been found time a few of bis friends entreated her
'A # street. All good land, 225 bearing orange trees, some Japanese persimmons too valuable to"meet all the needs of majesty to receive him.back into favor Fall '
I' and other ihrubbery. Beautiful yard, nicely shaded and ornamental the people oblong bits of bamboo cir engaging for him that be would be FertilizingCitrus ;
I shrubbery. 6-room frame house with porch clear along one .
side and front 8roomservant house, deep well of good water, good eulate In some provinces at the value" more guarded In' future. On bIB return .
e." horse barn with bay mow above cow bam chicken yard and chicken of half a ash."incredibly however. Pace was as bad ss ever.
''t. '1 house This property is very cheep at $4250. small are the portions, "Come on. Pace." said the queen in Growers

r" TRUCKING FARM. We have 11 acres of fine truck land with flowi prepared for sale by the huckster. Two a gracious: humor. "Now we shall bear .
:\;'; Ing well and Irrigated by the tiling process, close to the city cubic Inches of bean curd four walnuts of our faults.
I
Chool and what it will do. roasted said Pace. "I The reasons for Fall Fertilizing are ably: presented in
V'- ) high We you this property five peanuts. fifteen "No. madam. never .. our '
I -
.1 interested free book entitled
...,.' Full particulars to ; beans, twenty melon seeds make a talk of what is discussed by: all the new: I'
PARK G RGEN. We have in Park Garden Several truck farms' portion. The melon venders stand Is world! \ Citrus Growers Look Ahead I" : ," ,
' from 6 acres up to as high as 40 in one body, improved and unim-, decked out with wedges of Insipid I I
, 'proved. Fine flowing wells richest of soil all! underlaid with fine melon the size 'of two fingers. The The Planet Mtoreury. Send for a'copy. Now is the time to lay the. foundation for
;;.. 1 clay. Hu.just the right elements to make the fine successful tracking householder leaves the butcher's stall, Mercury is so close to the sun that I next year's crop. "
farm on which S crops can be grown per annum. Prices tb.I I -
4 at receives nine time
it tones .
the with a morsel of pork the pluck of a f ,
< according to amount of improvement eta Come let us show you
:z;... -:=finest property in Florida in the way of trucking lands fowl and a strip .of: fish as big as a' amount-of heat neet..ec1by/ the earth. Ideal Fertilizers : ,
It would be much too hot on Mercuryto ;
sardine tied together a blade of
:,c. NUMBER 103. 90 acres of land located 4 miles from Kissimmee, with
t less than mile from railway station, school and church. Most .. grass Careful ob.erver'eay' that four- permit life .at aU similar to what I Right 5o.rce Right Proporftous' '1, .
excellent orange land, but some extra good trucking l.hd.Several' fifths of the conversation among$Om- we have on our own planet and therehas Hight'Mrlce. '' tk.
: acres ready to plant to oranges now. Good, 4-room house 'newly mon'Chinese relates to food. rp. never been any discussion regard- .: .. b IUgbt. $.."." .tit.
" .' X painted. A splendip proposition at$3 00. A party owns this who '"ComfortIs scare as wen as food .Ing, the habitability; of Mercury."Si. :. I "Call on,oar loeai'repnsentadve! ; n c **, ',' +
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y >owns considerable property .in' Kansas; might consider an exchange I
coolie on'aplank In .
J.T for good clear Kansas property an The.city'airless.keener sleeps In a.filthy Ian with ....: . A Careful Clerkt" \ ; : -Waters i &'Carsoii. ; Grocery Co:,, >, -. ,""> ; ,'

_' --W... ean-f umisb- any,>sort- >f-sr prepoeitielt-4eeiNd iwtbf..,:..- ibbR-lorarpmo1PtnS'k--, um-ror: a' r"Why-dl nit-: pnfep that sausage % ..or'address"fti"' .'l. "; ;:.

Florida home or Investment. cover.. "Waen. in, 'a:"south;,China hospital morer Cemaglp&the grocer. '"That' / t
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Wilson & >
To6mer/FcrtiIizer r
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"' the'?beds' 'were provided with auaaae'aD rtgBt,";W fl
springs and mattresses. supplied by a "It doesnt pay' to prmja* sausage too *'- ;flM;
NELS'ON ,REALTY COMPANy; philanthropic" American. ? all r tbe pa- BlctOy. retorted the neW ajertr, ."It '' J J ,- _ '.L. '. SJ ;

., ,. /. '. , .-. -'. ..', -. . "' '. Uents were found next morning'sleeping -, might wag.Its tafl.--Washlngto.JIer-i' '';

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j' These Turkeys are. from' Waters&.'Carson Grocery'Co., and( are guaranteed to niatie .line,,eating',if properly CIMM/IMC" ': AI' 'IfTIAlil' CfL \

,. r r'I' cooked.. 12 somebodies will'get 'cm. Everybody at the sale can try. You: Are JuvJt d. FIT tjllYIIYIUI. 1 I'3.*AUl lull.I LI/. '

. I ''IN''" ion Wru. y .t''d ,(l fau: t Ii/\4oUUt :0 tj - ....' , 'J! I ."

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l . 3fSPECIAL ,
as the same condition prevailed In Louisiana ; :


failure at SL Cloud was not caused by i PRACTICAL i

;k Sugar Producer climate, soil or quality of cane, as no .,,,, 'D .

richer cane, nor larger tonnage, "made RAUGHON'St S- ,,
.. in Cuba than was made at St. Cloud and .j
South Port, in the same county on reclaimed ',! Real.' Estate *t .

State Chemist Rose Tells of the Possibilities oft muck land-and II'.tlil being Main and Monroe, J &on tU.. Branch of the GREATEST ,*! ,',:.,

This Industry and Gives lice Cause of the the made same on the locality.same and The similar failure( lands was In ,, .ivstem. of Business Colleges In the World-22 years' success, 150,000 .', k

'Failure of the'St. Cloud Plantation. caused: I graduates. More,/;than 100, high-grade instructors. Contracts given f fto i' ':,

First-BX extravagance. KigSiMMBl3. FLORIDA secure: graduate* I?POSITIONS or REFt ND MONEY.<; Indorsed\ ;

( -- Second-By Ignorance of proper methods Florida and Bankers and other business than -tALL
by more Georgia men
I
the New Orleans
first at
Tallahassee Fla., flov.' 28. premium
Ex-I of cultureand} manufacture, and Florida business ;."
Editor jUsslmmee: Valley Gasette, Kisslmtnee position, for yield and quality, in neglect of drainage. also teach OTHER B\TMAIL. and Catat Georgia e/PREE:* colleges combined. .We !,.!I ,

i Sir:-I, enclose Fla.Deir : an article which I ico.In petition with Louisiana Cuba and ,methods Third-on By the want part of of proper the company business J. %W. T 110 'd P SON' A. H. JAMES.g Manager Jacksonville, Fla.n- ,

have sent to the various dallies In Tampa 1887 Mr. Disston purchased half and its managers. X

: i I Jacksonville and Pensacola which Interest in my plantation and furnished I Fourth and most important-By speculation -

they have Inserted. mean. to add some 1,400 acres to the by turning a legitimate agri- FUNERAL DIRECTORand "Eliia 'l'1
:As the subject matter is particularly property, making a total of about 1,800 cultural and manufacturing enterpriseinto

Instructive to the citizens of Osceola acres. While this arrangement existed a joint speculation concern. t .

the first and only county to successfully there were none others interested in There are a number-of reputable citizens LICENSED EMBALMER ...... f i-
establish a sugar factory (which as is the plantation but Mr. Disston and my- in Miami, who were familiar with 1:1: ....',

+ known to you, was a signal success elf, I being the active man and local St. Cloud and South Port while they '

while run economically and with proper managdr.We I were.ucae..tul.ugar producing estates; Opposite Courthouse REsT URANT Connection : $

k agricultural methods). I-believe would erected- sugar mill with a capa- Hon. John W Watson Hon. John Sew- \ ,
Reasonable Prices a
1.. be a ,valuable article for you to repro city of 200 tons of cane per day ((24 ell, Robert Taylor, Esq., and others, to : :,

duce. With kind regards, hours). and harvested the first year whom you may refer for confirmation of .
.
KIIISIIU.EII: FLORIDA| EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
Yours truly, some ninety acres; the second year my statements. There are also others "f:;:

R. E. ROSE. some 400 acres. We made none but first fully familiar with St. Cloud from iU Beaman Block ; :.;.,,

class augar., The yield averaged thirty- inception to its failure who )mow the Phone 109 H. E. BRYAN, Proprietor ;, i,
i Capt.R.E.Rose:State Chemllt.always ftve tons of cane per acre (the maxi- whole history of the plantation. Such ..

d enthusiastic the possibilities of this mum yield being sixty tons off the old- men as Hon. N. P. Bryan. United States I ,A'"I'

State as aa a sugar producing section, est best-drained cuts). The average Senator; James E. Ingraham of the

Tt constantly receiving inquiries from sucrose content was 14 per cent; 'the average Florida East Coast Railroad then pres.ident I -*V>

y 'prospective. settlers and Investors in available sugar was 8 per cantor. of the South Florida Railroad, ,

'' f Florida lands, relative to the cane producing -. 160 pounds of granulated sugar per ton that hauled the products of the! planta-j

qualities of our Florida soils. of cane showing rather a poor result tion; Hon. C. A. Carson, 12. Nelson Fell, S. S. BUZZ & SON
;, 'Many of these Inquiries ask for a history from the factoay standpoint, the factory P. A. Vans Agnew Esq., Hon. John THE BEST FOR YOUR :,

of the well known St. Cloud Sugar not having all the necessary modem Lee, and other citizens of Osceola coun-

' I Plantation and the cause of Its failure, economical devices. The yield, how- ty, who resided1 there at that time and HOME OR STORE Cement and Concrete ;,.

1 of which already much has been written ever, some 5,000 pounds of sugar per do yet, to any of whom 1 will be pleased '

s 'concerning the project. In.speaking acre, was superior to any American record to have you- refer for confirmation of Work o?. all Kinds :

tis of this State ai one of the futuresugar up to that time. During this ,time this statement. SIMPLE ECONOMICALEASY

4 y producing States, and In Riving sugar sold at 3.26 to 3.75 cents per lb., You are at liberty to use this letterIn SIDEWALKS SPECIALTY *. I "','
'
'F bis reasons why her resources have not : at no time reaching four cents. I the press, or otherwise. TO INSTALLThe Residence Phone 58 Mabbette Street .;'I
been materially enlarged In this re-
as Yours truly,
I: Our results were so satisfactory that I Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Ave. f ,1
apect: aa they should be, in the course R. E. ROSE.
I Mr. Disston proposed largely to increase f 7
;, of an interview, Captain Rose consented result of 14 years actual .. N'
the capital stock and the area of the "While this alludes particularly to
in
experience Lighting. Costof
j to give'answer) the public to a letter the public concerning the following St. cane fields (then 600 acre). South Florida." said Capt. Rose :'and operating no greater than ..________ __ __ ___. __,. _ .; ; f:, .,

to '' in which there Is much interestCloud lie was largely influence by the immense cane grown on reclaimed lands, it shouldbe kerosene. .- Rivals Sunlight ,

; I Jng'data on a subject which is also of speculative interest in sugar pro- made known generally that equally Increase real estate valuelt..:. J

,' r great interest, a brief history of the famous duction, aroused by the "bounty law" aa fine sugar cane-both as to tonnage Let u&tell you more about the The ROLL BASS MARKETBearden

;i St. Cloud Sugar,PlantationsTallahusee passed by Congress: paying; two cents and sugar content-are" ' grown r"All in all. STANDARd ACETYLENE
I per pound,to American sugars. Millions parts. of, the! State. AND GASOLINE LIGHT' .
'
Nov. 20, 1911..'. of dollars were Invested in Louisiana parts of Floride'produce maximum ING SYSTEMS.Send particularS -, Building: " One Block from Depot
Mr. H, O. Ralston, Miami, Fla., ,
cane andy estern beet sugar pro.i+ crops of cane There are thousands of your requirementsand 'I
sugar '
reference.i Dear Sir to:-the Yours failure of the of the 16th St.inst Cloud in ductbn. ,An era of extravagance was of, janefieldi, from .one'. to fifty acres 'we will gladly ,furnishan Fresh Florida, ,. of all. kinds. "' ,: ;
"inaugurated in Louisiana and in the beet now being harvested, that are in fine ,estimate. M EATSPOULTRY '
'Sugar Plantation, ,while owned by the Louisiana aid Western [ .;10' .;10 f'
condition the canes
producing regions of the West. The though
ia and associates, I
; late Hamilton Disston
November 11. I i.ote
St. Cloud plantation was recognized as were' frosted on
L& VI have so frequently given the history 1 fatfffflfIII / EGGS. FRESH FISH
of Florida ; .
the "Florida Sugar Manufacturing Com- in a current issue a paper an
of this venture-Its phenomenal success ;
pany," and capitalized at$1,000,OQO; an advertisement calling for 5,000' barrelsof EAS T BAV 8-rviBsrv ':
while owned, by myselt, and also whilejointly Special JLlleniion to Phone Orders and Free .,
.
: expensive factory erected at a cost of Florida syrup for a Jacksonville con- .JAOK.ONV........ P Lea..$DA .
Mr. and .
Disston
owned Delivery to of the
by my- any part City. Phone 189
1 $350,000 (worth about $200,000)), and a cern. An Alabama packer purchased
,' aelf, and the.subsequent stupenduousfailure })arge area of land purchased, some 36- 1,000 barrels recently Gadsden county. 1

_5' while owned and operated" by the i 000 acres. While the cane fields were The'demand for cane syrup far exceeds _ n_ ____ __ __ ______________ --- '. I
"Florida Sugar Plantation Co., that it I
not increased materially, at no time was the supply. ,
appears unnecessary to again give the' there to exceed 1,000 acres in cane "The report of the Commissioner of -4; :
y' history of the plantation. It has been '
I while the factory had a capacity Of not Agriculture shows (page 223)), 7.622 I ', ,
,, published In'a number of newspapers of "
less than 3,500 acres per season. When acres in cane, yielding 62,915 barrels of
the State the fifteen ,
during past years
I' this reorganization occurred, I declinedto syrup and 29,335 pounds of sugar equiv-
over my own signature and by numer
go into it, but sold my stock to Mr. alent to 16,000,000 pounds of sugar; an
ous correspondents, who have requestedfurnish
Disston believing, as I did, and as sub- average of 2,500 pounds of sugar per .:
I... to the facts. sequent events proved that the "bounty acre. It is safe.. to say that, with small ft,,,':
x I inclose a number of newspaper articles law". would be repealed by the next mills, and wasteful apparatus used not y ..."e
all I of which were either written Congress, and the extravagant invest more than one-half of the sugar in the -" ,

& r or dictated by myeself. Facts stated ments in and beet would cane was secured. My observation is t 1
cane sugar result -
,can be readily established by the records Guaranteed The Only .
in to the investors... that not to exceed 45 per cent of the
bankruptcy rji "
l in Osceola county, and by the testimony Pure Lon Staple ' L Bonded Mattress r
p ,
This did occur, as I anticipated It would.In sugar (or syrup) is obtained'"Canethat i' '4 .,t. Dealers Offer of-
.
; : of numerous residents of Kis- Cotton Felt .
the meantime bond of with co-operation t. Ilf
a issue $1,000- proper
i junmeee, who were,familiar with theuecee.fal : ,.
000 made to for the lands by neighborhoods by erecting central
was
1 pay pur-
_ development, of the enter- chased.A factories could be made to yield doublethe
z p ,se, and its subsequent failure. or syrup that is now secured The GhcMin Sanitary Felt MattressIs ,
U The article by Mr. Reese,\pubii.hed; capitalization of $2,000,000 to be sugar
the of crude
ton of cane, by use '
t bathe Miami Metropolis, June.19, 1909 taken care of by a cane field of some per possible to X
best at
0 wasteful horse mills and crude evaporator guaranteed to be the mattress produce any price. y
4 was written by him from facts given 800 to 1,000 acres, extravagantly'- ':
; at the same time, the quality and It is made of purest long staple cotton woven into layers of indestructible, ,
biro from my books and records and coo- aged:, by inexperienced men ignorant "
Armed by myself In a letter published to a large extent of agriculture, and market value would be increased not sanitized felt. Each layer is placed with exactness one upon the other ',l!

' bortly afterwards in the same journal. particularly of modern methods of cane less barrels than to fifty the mixer per cent.for about Syrup ono-half sells in so that perfect uniformity is secured. This felt is encased in the best "":-' r

.F I n addition to these public statements culture and sugar manufacture. St. the price it readily commands when ticking-plain stripe or fancy. '.;
l J. have written numerous letters to In- Cloud, however, was by no means an -
,utren. like yourself, on this subject. exception. Hundreds of similar wrecks properly the made and"neatly packed ready We agree to forfeit-$100 to any purchaser who can find other J'

+r A abort history of the St. Cloud Sujrar occurred in Louisiana and in the WeaL for Captain consumer.Rose believes that the future than staple cotton felt in The Gholstiri. Sanitary Felt Mattress. }..,,:
v Plantation la as follows Wrecks of immense cane and beet sugar -I '-(

f f.,,,1'11.original farm, 420 acres, was es- ventures were common, throughout, of Florida bound. a great sugar and is but syrup the Ours is the oldest, largest: and best ,equipped mattress factory in the ':,. ."
is .
section to come, and .
..tabllslied by myself, on reclaimed muck the country. During the bounty period. outcome of a few abort years, when Jt sopt 'We permit none but skilled employees to make The Ghol&in, ;." .''
., lands formerly covered with two to four granulated sold for from 6.60 to ; "
i sugar has been realized by Florida farmers because it is built by hand arid requires expert knowledge.
feet of water a aaw grass marsh andypresa 7.40 cents per pound with an added 2 '
i 'I U! I andincoming .settlers and investors or mattresses. We have of
We do renovate makeover no .
swamp, identical every way, cents bounty. (See the United States not way
- -' ...physically: and chemically..0' the saw 'Agricultural Reports for, these years) that the products which result from knowing to:what contagious disease an old mattress may have been ex- '' -
cane,growing In Florida are of immense
Craat marshes.and cypress swamps of The extravagance: of management, however value compared to the time and posed. We.advise you to'be 'sure'that the factory which makes ''
tilt J&venrladea.!: absorbed not only the market proper. addition to supplying our' 'b l
methods(botI business and agricultural mattress is sanitary. Jflu ... ,
your
.. ;;{Thecanals been cut about one year price but the bounty also, and left 'a
:..'t41: r .. ( In ; ) used in developing, them., ,customers' the bes?'mattress possible. to make we safeguard <
1.'t previous. large deficit 'addition. While economically N r '
't. *"3; t.UJ. euarylateraiandsublateraltoeeeuarylateraiandsublateral :) managed, large dividends I Bii.gugaia.la:'; :::;;. a Jlome. . "their health., ,,. .

.. "- i,dnio.-4wmeffty-dvemilee . of. lateral were made with sugar selling at a.'16.. Splendid pew air room. house,just' Inside -' a, 'wG:'. The Gholrftin' will never lump, pack down or
and sob-lateral ditches to each section cents 'with a i become hard. Glyen.an.occaslonal sun bath '
per pound factory by no city limits*fine deep well lot COD 'G\tOt_ ,
y :+laterals on each quarter mil line. ub.atera means most modern and economical;i tame two.acre..of ground,.good, new 'a : vit will lagl generation.., .
...' ? right angles; 106 feet with' .date,- barn., wagon and buggy 9-1" f'." : : j :'"':-
.., at ;! .apart! an ap-t factory provided Finelocatioonn .i1JJI .
{ 'f- I ;;
( nop*,Jesa"thanthree feet deep, and of with all modern, economic devices,wifb' under sood..n. fence.> ( Ask your dealer. He should be able T
:
.\ ipfoper: yldtlaIn'.the,winter of 1885 and the saint quality of cane, with sugar,I for small(is' a truck fine"\ proposition eardenorpoultraancb.TbI8 ".b.... you .,' : jo.supply! ; ,you. ; 1f"not or : write'II ._.us. .
) l sM.1389"and planted the first! field of at 8.60 to 7.40 will have UM freedom of the- ,
"iI k;, ;; : ) selling: cents per pound ; coontty, Gh0ktiivCkiBii.iig.ia0 Sprlngtied r
Co.
;t. M +;.eaa># farfy.acres,'{ '.the spring of 1886 and an additional bounty of,two cents' yet doe eoousfe to enjoy all the advanr ;' 'ryBAiTAA

,r I's ,,fBef-ore.tht. time,111 i had, established also per'poondpaid; by the Governmentadisastrous iages school,of best Jhe.city:markets, such,'.cbll1'CheI\t.tc... splendid high. ": /':","'::":"": ""' .'';' ,t'nANT .JA.

t N) v.tb1' f'SoGtJI ron-;.fares' ((11\18M-188); for ,',falt re.,n.la1tecL'' This' was Price 1,600.;>'U...M BagAUa. sit_Co. MATTRESS H or.. ".. .,,_;'",',."- .., .,_ ....",. .."" ';".....'.",...t'h. ':: "' .. _
J"r-: th. ea. from whichtook' pot peculiar to Florida, not 8t. CtoOd, .. c Vy'b
'0<::\," ,. c. tOj" ;'t( ,*. "T iy-' :-'J I I. '..,
nfl' "" ,.. f.l, ,f'-'W'>' MYM: 4 ,tf )H 1j.f'j ..' ,/(, ** .' .... '
'f. .twit; .. 1 'fo ... .\.. lr <- '-:0': 'L ', '" t ,
J (. 'f'"1'":'' ,.... e I."... ) : ... ,;ry ""' '' ." .400.; ,,, ...... ,, .\\ ' f' *' e4 i ? r n l la
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. Nelee and.Abuse. apart of the Trans3 .. rr-weat;, "-Viet rt' ""lil" .. y f
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Recognize
'K \0' .....,. ; ". Physician* Now:f Many are amused M well a* aggravated COOlif f '

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'<', ,Oh I 'Am .Not Going Worry About It. '---.
1"'! _.. concluded, to buy.a .mnl. and jQnally.
... .', PHASES' OF .;;MORBID -FRIGHT.. found one for ..1.. I .

I will lust go to'th* $Klssiram Drag Company H. went to the owner' with art Inter*, .. Dressed ... .. \

,I,.can find what I -.ant'there' ; and both quality ,.. preter, and.a CUaoru'tbeaa ensued as
l and price are right. I saw some nice Pepsins':' Otherwise Strong ''MnUllyMay l follows:' _,
," 'or The interpreter,with a yell:j "I will "
'J Develop Dread e( Open ,
:
.: J I give S10 for that mole.? PINE LUMBER:
you
.CI-4 PI...., Crowd*, ef. ellturfeFoot '
:Thermos: Bottles Fancy: 'Baskets, .nd'n,, .,Anything.Fear I The 'Arabt ,"Tendollars' !f Murder! "
. I .Thlefl Brigand! / ._ ; ''fl+ 1t 4
. '" tea db.eawbad: not received I The interpreter "1 win make It fit: ,

: Stationery;'.,Cut.._ GI.. lasa r. .serious attention'' until'recent ,eara. ;j Do yonbear yon scoundrel7 .1,goffer: ,. ;HOUSE '''BILLS A \ I
o '
Now ,tt' IT r.eognlr.dby the medical yon ill for your old mule,-which will iECIALTY'
profession that then la a,.bole list of I die In about a week: You are a robber 'II

ft And almost everything; one would wish for in the show phobias, M,.they are caned which' art I and a thief to tate that much, but 'I ,

window.* I will go now before they are all gone .quit; *,.distinct from normal and legitimate 'I am a generous maDa;sad. I .serve 'a- ,)O( _aOIao.UOQOIaOI.OlOQOt..to:> .' ?
-, condition of tear do* to some great man. so X offer yon til, yon .' > -----L "_ '_ 1{
.. Batumi cans- *. r- "
I I scum of African! '
r' I Thus there) Is the tear of open or Then they both yelled and, shook ,NHNNNNNNNNN...
closed place) says the Medical Record., their flats at'each''..other, aM '''tq"theAmerican x
d KISS1MMEE DRUG COMPANY.. fear of high .places. fear of men or it looked as if they were goIng '.: CEMU'; MACH *' EFtNESTTMACH- > .. !t'a

women fear ;of crowds and of solitudes. for each other hammer and tongs ,. Act. ."t....... Ollce.: Ill .

M ( fear of animals fear of Insect., Th row' they,mad was terrtW..but. i > h

r- . fsr"ef'dukneafear\ ( of' accident, I no on seemed to node It. j" t' :MACH: : : 3RC S .
fear of ire,'fear of.>! travel' and In fact I. Finally a bargain was struck and :. .
fear of anything then they'fell upon each other's neck l : t
There no end to the absurdity of : and embraced. : Livery, Feed and Sale i Stable) '

Long Distance act which ,may be occasioned 'bl And the American got his mule for t

i' : Adlertisjng'It . Phone 296 these persistent Meat of feet Those1 11L-St. Louis Globe-Democrat Agt. International, Harvesting Co.;|! '4.

: that posses the fear of riding on a ;

': .. train find no' plea.une; 'In "traveling: '. KINGS A DUELBut :' :_:L :BN"Qs': I3 u VT ::iF.r: :. :tY+INGL i Z
/ those that have fear of closed place
;
is saying. the right .thing do not enjoy,going to church" and generally George II. and P'red.rlolc of Prveale . Everything new and first class.: We render, prompt. ;arid'atlsfactory :
always sit near the door readyto $ service dayor night ,
i. "
.f. .
Did", right ,
f at the right al at the first lip of danger/ / '
IBi In The personal enmity which existed : ONEHALf* BLOCKFROM ) '
Various fears may also develop : PASSENGER DEPOTKisslmtnee. .
k : mtllenght'way. connection with the of the between George IL'and Frederick .
occupation .
1 ; \.{ ; p.Uent-tor In.tance. barbers sometimes king of Prussia, reached at one timetosndi 'Fla. 'Phono!: 113; :'..
t' height that as Baron Byfleld *

;: ue: We literature make a and specialty conducting of planning campaign preparing, for they SM suffer a rasor.,(hew or telegrapher attack whenever when was Informed a on good authority, the .............. .....:......

.' "'w Land Boards of Munlcli. monarch conceived the very singular
Companies, Trade they catch Bight of their Instrument
,, design of gratifying It In a duet '
lt -- '.
and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN
parties
which Snally necessitate giving! up T' 1.' t'rC.
"
"t. the occupation.] King George made a choice of Brigadier A. CARSON, President 1/" C..URYAN BECRZTAIT'w ,.
Button for his second and the I

}\. :; ADVERTISERS Among the fear women of dirt especially contagion tbere or occurs Infection. ' king of Prussia of Colonel Deracbau. 71

A The counties bacteria always The territory of HUderscbelm was The Waters & Carson
\ picked on for the meeting. His Bri ;
present In the air are the chief source ,
tannic majesty was then at Bano.er.and :
FLORIDA
TAMPA always
: of annoyance The patients are
his Prussian majesty' bad come as
complaining of bad alr and are
,. tar as Sal&dahl. near Brunswick.
.
always throwing'open the windows.Books Grocery Company
Baron Borck. the Prussian minister at ".I
.i are especially avoided as a pos '
London and lately dismissed from the .
dble source" of contagion. In patient 1
t court In a very abrupt manner having "
with fear of injury they will throwaway 'r
I repaired to the king bb.master at -Wholesale and Retail Dealers In-. iGROCERIES
the house
all needles In or they
\<; Balcdabl, found him In such a violent /
wash windows for fear "
win
no more
THAT GIVESATISFACTION passion that be did not think It advisable : } I
. GIFTS I that the glass might break and. cot
J them. directly to oppose bis design w
; but to gain time feigned to approve
The Intellect in theM cases 1* not
- of the extraordinary: combat which his L '.!.
only undisturbed but may be nansnally .
. majesty' meditated and b* even offered
.' I good Patients exhibit throughout
'prononced feeling of. mental Illness to carry the challenge. W.EI SELL we: ,:BUY' '" ,
!: Our Mail Order Department is and frequently a cleat Insight Into the Tb* challenge 'was not sent Minister "'.
on both sides gained time, the \
,':: handle Christmas morbidity of the Individual symptoms. choler of both parties evaporated, and HAY r HIDES, A
: ready to your The' more common of the various the following the quarrel was ,S
year .
'- '
4 phobias .. classified by Beard are as GRAIN : :

' ;- __ Order. Have you sent it in ? follows: Claustrophobia fear of narrow made up.-"Tb_ Percy ADeccoteL"The FERTILIZERS FURS.. '' 1 ;t, ,' ,

or closed places; agoraphobia.
,."t' Sooldlng Love Bird. WOOL ,
i iF tear of open places: astrapboMa fear '
Those love birds said a keeper In SHINGLES _.
of lightning: monophobia. fear of be-
the aviary at the Bronx son "are more AND
: SIationery'Rojiks Pictures log alone; patbopboMa. fear of disease like human being In their actions and ORANGE BOXES .

; mysophobts fear of contamina characters than any bird we have In ALL -' ,... ." .
slderodromepbebia, fear of railroad ORANGE WRAPS :
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'
Ole place. The m.l. which, yon see
travel acrophobia fear of being
s" ; baa a Uttl: blue] spot on its beak Is as VEGETAt3t.ECRATES' COUNTRY'' 'I.
; ,f at a height or looking over precipices; r'
I. gentl and affectionate as a pet dog
Leaner Goods Novelties Kodaks Bric-a- of death.It .
fear
,
thanatopbobia. '
but the female U ja regular shrew and ORATE NAILS PRODUCE 3:
t' Br.Dc, Toys, Dolls, Games;, Sporting; GoodsDREW'S ,I .. to be emphasized that the phobia that's the only word by which to describe ? :. . ..' .

\: In question are not normal fears her. She pecks and scolds at ........, .. . . t'r S',
based ai normal or natural fears.are. her mate,, and often J bare seen .herlower '; .\." 'I,.....""""; '.)1."'."',,"'...."i\ rJ- ,

Y I .. T s on some reasonable. Justifying experience. her bead and shove him off the .Welsell field and garden seeds ,of all} kinds.,J.d7i1'1rA' j; !;f ;".' !v;; .
J. .' A reasonable 'and Justifiable perch. Sometimes she will chase him .We: fitting"" *\'' ;'
give special attentionfto; out hunting Larideijmpinc
|
45-49 W. Bay normal fear lightning might arts .. ;... .[ .
FLAr about the-cage, Jabbering at him like } ' 1 r "*>oIi*! ..t '... ate. "
JACKSONVILLE after the experience of having been at an old bag The male,seems to put up part es.- < .,. '

; some dine In .a ,house struck toy. tight with it as patiently as a henpecked Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.

I nlng. husband He never tries to retaliate' w* are county agents for. good fertilizars. Ashy us for circular'and *
fears, such the fear of rid ,
Other u and It Isn't on account of fear either. --
tug In a boggy after having been In a Tbe" ld lady acts the same way with prices on fertilizers .
.
runaway or the tear of a voyage at me. When- speak to her she scolds

sea.or railway after a frightful shipwreck ; at me. The mate seems to appreciate 'tVo
or railway accident. Is a more any attention I pay to him and twitter C

,, ,', or leas natural or reasonable fear u to me like. an old friend."-New -
I I'f' the tear of hoodoo and ghosts Is York Sun.
'

.. : (; among the to superstitious ghost stories or and those tradltton accustomed --' An Early Arab Aviator.A LOTS LOTS!

'I\,' , of goblin visitation etc. French oriental student has discovered i

Y' .' I. These fears do not require a warped I. a surprisingly" early record of LOTS HAVE BEEN SURVEYED AND STREETS f' t .
!. h brain for their lodgment, though the experiments In aviation. Tbe hero of
AND AVENUES LAID OUT INWILLIAMS'
," r 'j weakened brain may be more vividly the enterprise was one Ibn Plrnas, an,
Iti' Impressed by them. To be regarded Arab of Spain and physician to the

.. u symptoms of disease these fears EChallf Abdurrahman II., who flourished SUB-DIVISION i iTO
: 1 must 'groundless 'so tar as influences In the ninth century. Renowned
-
external to the brain are con, as an Inventor. well 'as a doctor be

..,f-: cerned. They must proceed from a devised a clockwork apparatus by : k
morbid state of the brain and not means of which be "Battered himself WHITTIERand : :

from properly excltlng external causes. that he would be able to rise Into the

The Famous. b LampThe They must be fears peculiar to the air like a bird." and a crowd, assem-

: Individual under peculiar circumstances bleU near Cordova to see him try. are offered for sale to ; :
x:>f cerebral disturbance and' H* did It _seems actually get off the the public at from i

\', best part of the day it the evening, when the whole family, is not fear common to others and due to ground, but fell again with a great
t'. gathered together around the causes that naturally cause alarm and thud amid the derisive cheers of the $35 TO $50 PER LOT I

I ,. I Ta old day*4 the smoky. "-eP1 amused flickering candle are gave lorarct. la their frighten. populace. The story has been found \
t pUc. have eofM UM_ -.aif 110... H the .d...-.W.5 roL"l.>. and pointed out In an Arabic work by .. I II.!
1r 1 t n- te-dq..La 1M Ullit.d. Jon.. mere th..' 3000.000 otka Ra,. Monkeys and Gum. a certain El MakkarL-Westminster W mUler..will.soon- in railroad connection with

..'4 ginnf their star whit liflhl t o mate,thaa. 3.000.000"kooHn. In tropical countries' the natives have Gazette every part of the United States, and in a ahort time '
f.yF /, 'I Other l I."I not mom bul yes cwnMl act a better licit thu UM low-pdoed FUroUmtot. many unique ways of catching monkey will become one of the moat Important towns in SouthFlorida
Pd' ,i.". ,1 ,rJ- h laM Wom w popular .w m.y Jmo ail it effidU Unp. ofAnmrlcaa the :i
'r r. family." *. One of them as'explained bya The Gasoline Grammar.To ; therefore lots at the above prices ,care !only;

The Rye U and ul eau d htM,wale"b..d.om..kkel bmb-u......... ..,..... traveler. Is this: The hunters walkabout what extent the automobile has one-tenth of what they will bring twelve months hence.

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Companyf monkeys.. Then they take the boots be Judged from the following occurrence "
: / Standard Oil : I for auto travel l at any time. Has three mails per '.
r (r-t>ont.4I, off place some rum In the bottoms and : week. Whittier I. on the center land between St.
leave them on tb*'gr'O {nd. withdrawing I Teacher (to beginners' class In Latin) ,
'c.i themselves: to a great' distance.Presently -can any of yon boys give the rules Johns and Kissiramee rivers just twelve, miles each
the. monkeys come down for accentuation of 'Latin word! way. One and one-half miles from Klasimme Prairie

from the trees and try on the boot Only one band was raised land of the Hunter Land Company. We have; the beet
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them the boots stick; to the feet of the "Word of two cylinder accent the fruit and vegetables all the year round. We are in ,

), '. '\" monkeys and they,are unable to climb.Thus first cylinder and word of three cylinders the center of stock raising by the best and cheapest, .

" ,I the Imitative'. little animals are accent the antepenult,"-Ufa. method on earth. We have a school roll of eighty: ; .: '::t'

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LINE A Natural Question. Whittier is on the east boundary of Lake Marion whichextends '
Executive. Ability. Little Walter was eating lunch .
l' m Ton say Mr. nub oll. has great executlve -, when he gave his arm a sudden shove westward connecting with a chain of lakes to

ability 1" and,' splashdown went his glaas ofmJ1k. Kissimmee river. Here Is the hunting and fishing par ,
j .*cD.e'.Flyer" "Seminole' Limited"'fSouth err..." replied .the cynical office-. adise. Whittier has the best marl! material /or/good/ >.:* 1f 9'" I.

holder.What.. ,' streets and hard roads .Florida, -V '. .
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I i; 9 ' ROILINSCOLLEGE that the next conference will.be heldin( WINDEMERE. 'I II FIVE J: city lots on which.is located a FOR SALE-Five good paying orange f'

l'. Jacksonville, whose welcome and abundant FOR SALE nice hew five- m-cottaa-e, fine view groves and a, 20-acre truck farm S'acres
hospitality did so much to make Irrigated with Skinner system. '4
of the lake cool breezes. This property -
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., One:of the Best J Seats .of Learning, the'first conference'a success. Happenings and Doings lomings andGoings I -:--' I is located: close to the proposed -feet Alsocomplete per day sawmill log carts capacity, wagons 10,000I.and .i\.'
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A Rollins Circle was organized recently BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consistingof electric line, on high level lots.. A five good mules. Will sell at bargain "1'

'., ' Vu-v .>ni the, Country.. . in Jacksonville similar to the of that Lvely Place.., I a half block located In the best bargain at $1600. Let ua show you prices Investigate C. Buckels..KIs- '

*,) d'>T/Many,) : l'of the'present.and former students one already formed in' Tampa 'Thereare ,, neighborhood the city. Will sell this property, H., '14,"Breaker&; Co. 'simmee, Fla.' 40-tfIOYOITWANT
Mr'and'; Mrs.Jrt 81-tf
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of Rollins'have' heard with sincere between! forty' and fifty former eta Palmer only to party who will improve it to the finest mack truck f'
Lether Palmer Dr. Tuttle and Mr Luff correspond with surrounding prop; farm in Florida.? I have it for-eale.4 (
r sorrow of tne death of Mr. JosephD. dents of the institution in the city. Its went to Sanford Monday in Mr. Pal- erty. Full particulars and price'to FOR SALE-40 acres of land less than, Twenty-five acres bordering on lake, ,;
of the Ormond expected that the circle will have a' interested H.. Breaker
Price, manager mer's automobile. Dr. Tuttle returnedto party. M. two miles from KUsimmee, fencedand
banquet-at least at which & Co. 31-tf one mile from the cnurt house; 20 cross-fenced with fence .V
hotel Mr. Price was a cordial and once a year tight ,
his home in Wanseon Ohio of I
takingthe acres, bearing orange grove; 5-room
; -- -- ---- - ------., flowing well, 17 acres in cultivation
the condition of affairs at the ;
and for collegewill
.generous frlendv. Rolling, boat from Sanford to Jacksonville.He house on good land; cheap at $10,500; new 5-room house, plastered with ..
many 'years gave royal welcome to its be presented by President Blackman was very much impressed with TWO very desirable resident lots in grove will soon pay price of this land; closets, pantry and porches new\ :
base ball te.m.t Ormon, when they and discussed. The president of Windermere.Mr. Carson addition, each 60x164 feet. growing more valuable every day; barn. Lies on main road. ; Only.
the circle is Mr. Gerard Franz of the There are 16 bearing orange trees on worthy of the closest investigation. $4,500.
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i played the hotel team. The young men I J. U. Chamberlain went to KIs- these lots, under good new fence, We also have 50 acres of land 6 acres a
always brought back to Winter Park Franz Lock and Safe Company; the located close to the lake. $350 cash of which are In bearing grove, bal Jolnina'thla, are 30 acres, 20 Lencleared
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the most glowing account of the hospitality secretary is Mrs. F. L. Rogers; the I J simmee Friday. takes the two. See H. M. Breaker ance on splendid land good for grove lake, can acres be plowed cut in also 5 border 10 acre,jon ..t

ahown them at Ormond, and of treasurer (rs Mr. J. W. Gibbs, Jr., of Messrs. Henry Keene and Will Ivey & Co. 31-tf or trucking; a 7-room house, good sta- tracts, each tract touching or road
blesl mile from Smiles ,
Mr.: Price's personal friendliness.. Mr. the Gibbs Gas Engine Company; arid I were guests at the Keene home Thanks- from; Kissimmee;railway price $7.000 town., favor- Only $3,200. Mrs. Summers, Lake- ,

r and Mrs. Price have vllited'Rollinl oneveral the other members of the executive giving.Mr. . WE-Have listed some of the most de able'tenna of payment. We have still view Cottage, South Kissimmee., 49UV":

'.(. occasions, where their son Hubert committee are Mrs. Richard V. Marks I and Mrs. _L. S. Thornton, of Orlando sirable property on the market oirer both another grove, about 15 acres in bear-I ,
city.and county, which we at I FOR SALE-A beautiful lot 45x140 feet,.
Louis Ing fruits; splendid varieties of different ;
and.Mr. A. Lyman. Mr. Lyman
visitors in Windermere
Lh h has been a student for a number were the lowest prices to be obtained. kinds of citrus fruits; 45 acresof pretty comer only 3 blocks from post//
h :of years, and where their niece, Miss graduated from the college some years Sunday. There is no padding prices by Us, good land; 6-room house, stables, office, fine view of the lake, desirable, "

Mary Corre; is also now studying. Mr. ago, and Mr. Marks was perhaps the Mr. Luff of Wauseon, Ohio, has ar- every piece of property sold at exact packinghouse; less than 2 miles from location In a good neighborhood' price a, ,it
+i 'w Price left on the faculty and students first student to be enrolled in the sub- rived for the winter and is a guest of price placed on it by the owner. KiiBlmmefe; prlce$9OOO. Still another $400' time on half If desired. We al.<;" 1.
Write us your requirements and we so have 90x150 feet north and east V' :1 .
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f grove of about 8 acres and 60 acres
preparatory department, when the institution Hotel Khlne. ,
is the Impression of a man of uncommon will do our best to please you by of land; excellent new house of 9 ner, one block from court house beautiful -*
ability,'',sagacity, geniality and generosity began Its work In 1885. Miss Harriet Thornton returned Sun- showing just the kind of property you rooms and basement; good stables; view of the lake, good neighborhood -*-,! 'it'

t of spirit. All connected with the --- -- day from her Thanksgiving holiday, desire. H. M. Breaker & C24-tf half of this land excellent grove land plenty of room tor 2 houses; "!'

'college feel that iff his death the Instlvtution Aunt Matilda' Journey. which she spent with her mother In Or- 1 balance fine for trucking; beautiful 1 price $800. time on half if desired.,:'A' {
fine
& view of the miles 40-acre tract of land i mile from
town about lye 1
t' has lost one of Its best friends. "The curious effect! sometimes produced lando. . ;:! FOUR-acre grove, with orange 250 bearing and grapefruit trees, from the city limits;on hard road j; this city limits 25 acres excellent truck. '

; The Presbyterian Synod of Florida, la telegrams by want of punctuation Mr. W. E. Keene spent Sunday with !I! five acres muck and ten acres pine grove can purchased $ ; ing land, part of it the finest muck, "
...t Its recent meeting la Gainesville, or the omission of a' single his brother Jack Keene, in Orange Cen- | land in cultivation, thirty and one- the crop be sold n6 weeks balance good citrus fruit land; good '

adopted resolutions highly: commending, word.." says a reader. "cannot fall to ter. 1 half acres unimproved land, five-room and pay more than 10 per cent. on the school location, gives advantage of high

the work of the college, and suggesting have struck every one. I bad a fe- Master Jay Chamberlain Is on the 1 .box house, good barn and well. The investment without any expense to the kets and education, churches, good marr.
Vv I i land all under good fence. purchaser. Many otner groves from 4,000 good neighbors; town
male relative living In the north from improved
'P ,.to Presbyterian familiesthe, desirability sick list this week. Master Claire 1 This property on the north side of one sore to 80 acres in a body. Can is growing in that direction, property',
bad
: whom I had 'expectations. She
of sending their children to Rollins. It Chamberlain is improving rapidly. I! East Lake, four miles from-Narcoo suit any reasonable minded man who will enhance rapidly; price i '
I 'also appointed a committee, consisting been ailing for some weeks when one Misses Hilda Keene and Mary Chamberlain It see, nine miles from Klssimmee. means business and wants a Florida acre on favorable terms of payment. 'i'
morning came a telegram asking my 1 home or investment. Nelson Let us show you a fine little truck
Price $4,500 $2,600 cash balance Realty
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w'Graybill. D.. of Jack- were Friday.Mr.
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1.. of Rev. ; wife to go at once as she-my aunt- year. H, M. Breaker & Co. Co., over Citizens bank, Kissimmee I arm of 11 only short distance
3 :onville; Rev; W* B. Wilkle, D. D.,' of.Duuedl was much worse. She accordinglywent. Jep Robertson has been engagedas r Fla 44-tf from high school: building, right; dovt JID 'J

4 and Hon. Christopher Matheon. engineer at the sawmill. lie will town with flowing well land. auWP
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.. . of Gainesville, to consult with the "During the evening of the following move his family out here as soon a* his FOR SALE-80 acres of land J of a sub-Irrigated: with the underground ;,
., mile from the city limits. 20 acres of tiling process, just the
for .
place a fine ,
I received this disconcerting I FOR SALE-40 acres of truck land in :
and trustees of the college as day house is completed.
president which is fine cypress muck land, very little farm; let us show you this prop-; >
u 4.' ', to Its work.. While the college I. unde- announcement: rich and productive balance good for Park Garden fronting on Shingle erty. Fine suburban home-We have, "
, :* ,.norainatlonal.lt; has always had close "'Aunt' Matilda went to heaven at Tommy Agreed. citrus fruits. Location 01.t ia land creek; a little over a mil frog the a 8 -acre farm adjoining the city linW y'i

-.relations with the Presbyterian church 820 returning by 1120 tomorrow Tommy had been tardy at school makes it very valuable. The timber city: limits; a beautiful place for buildIng its. owned by a Pittsburg party? 6, '
'" Is valuable for fence house
-New York Matt. room
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morning. posts telephone orange etc. 3
ti ;(:: nd people. Rev. Dr W. E. Boggs for and this was the excuse he handed In: and .teleJtl'.pb poles. Besides being a home; can go from this arid I by want to show you this grove property/! .We',w i

!-> .jmerlj' pastor-of the First church inS "miss M'Inerney pleas Bxknse tommy excellent land It gives one the freedom launch to the city dock; also good h.ve'two 16-acre tracts-of splendid ',1

tf Jacksonville, and Rev. Dr. J. C. Time, Prospect Park Lots. : for Being late he was Kep out of a country home with city advantages wagon road; fine flowing wells can be land less than 1 mile from 'railway 1 :'

S l' Tpastor1' of the First church In Tampa, We have two of the most desirable on account of Slxnesa!$ in the Fambly markets, such as splendid high school, had on any part of the 40-acre tract; station of 4 miles from Kissimmee apart ? i':
good churches etc. Price each tract is
fine for citrusj j
being members the board of trustees. and best loc"Vd lots in Prospect Park, yours Respect Nlcodemu.s Tucker. $50 per acre; time on two-third. or 2 flowing wells new In operation f 20 fruits and the balance excellent trucking .: ]
Thomas:" said the teacher after she acres fenced with hog fence 15 acre.
,.. 'Be..Dr..W. B. Wilkie of Dunedin size 60x135 feet each, which'we are offering had read.lt. "*! have serious doubts more if desired. Nelson Realty' in cultivation; small house;;the very land; price $25 per acre, terms" I
elerk'of the has for for abort time at much .desired. We have a fine peach ,*W 'I
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tate synod
t ;! ,* many a a price about the genuineness of this. It best trucking land in' Florida; this chard less than 'j
1 ';;;, f .years been 'a.'rarm friend of I Rollins, lower than other lots In this subdivision, look auspicious. land"Ia rich easily cultivated; under- station school mile from radwat; :
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FOR SALE all church 4 mil.. Jt
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Forty acres, laid with the I
,I'1. ; \from which b*>received the degree of not so desirable, are being sold .for. replied clay which holdc..t..t1 from Kissimmee
.. "I know It. ma'am. be sniff 21 acres in cultivation; 15 acres in .rer and moisture;* fortune- can be ; $150 per acre;this 1
4 .r $.DoeW!of Dtvlnity.r | V Call on us for bur price on-'these' lots if tog. n told'' paw I could' write bet. fruits; 1,000 bearing orange trees, made on this tract of land andean be orchard la In bearing?very fine fruit./ '
? ,:' y At'the meeting of:the SUM: Confer- youwant .a great bargain, tern he,'could, but be would'do It."-. 100 loquats 90 .CaUey' guavas 200 sold on favorable terms of payment; We have 120 acres of land with aquar-'*-,
it ranee of Charities and Correction,- which'was .' 47-tf H.M.:;$uwaa do: Ca London Answer* Florida 'guavas, 20*. bearing pear ,we want' tq show the land and intro ,ter from Of'a mile of lake front,' 2 mUefft.f...
., trees. 25 bearing peach trees, 1 bearIng duce the purchaser to the owner; here railway station. 2 miles 'from-a.Sy; ;o
F -. .e entiyheldinrJacksonvWeDr., : :: J I ) towd of 2500 8-room houseno
I apple tree bearing pecan tree, is a 'great opportunity for a fine Investment people ; :
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,. ;thought yon Mid when we 8 arbors- splendid land for farming and truck" -
conference for the ensuing year. :.Presr : weremarried grove, grape also blackbercries. Pin dale .farms Just outside the \
1 W ident Blacjcman I ;taught social I sciences Boarding house. of Din.'rooms, 'including that onr. would be a'life. part., Seven-room>house and large 'city limits; some near the site where mg.; owned by .non-resident who will \('-,
<- r bath-room. Hot,and ?cold water, nershlp," she aald. packing house ''PrIce,' $9,000;': one- the canning and evaporating factory Vail! cheap and on favorable terms of i ,
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'vl land social ethle in Yale' University bath toilet and sink; electric lights. 'B6I did mydear." v half cash 'terma on .balance.' Leas I. now being built; these land t payment; an excellent opportnni ?Jg ;
._ raany :y.ar.,'Bnd fli, profonndfy'lnf.r.e.ted .: House ;.furntlhell 'I com lete.band. .filled , ,he replied. "ButT < 'than three' miles .from city. Mrs. f in 7 price according location. vary''We ot a Mu. 1 Income>1 "
,., '. in' thecauNfor'' which the'coo-; with boarders atthis time Large lot didn't Insist.on my belag.the' .- silent v .Summers i Lakerlew J Cottage South 1 also have;y some nice residence Iota,- property on easy terms., We have !'|
. l3Oxl1iO. ',Can be purchased,- partner.-Detroit; Free Presa, ?Vk= Klsslromee.{ many other excellent .'
(' ( wa.- .orgahfied,;andtaglad toiertd. very : : i>, 't49-tfii, I I V very Urge, beautiful location, monthly .
1! ferencI reasonable term. For particulars Call 1 I 'both truck farmsandoranglTgrovis f|
r"i\t\: \;1tt..A .?;i piny...'...tanc:'jn. fa"pow..Ja 1 oir.or' write-us; 1L M-: BREAKER: \*. A want ad.. 'in the. Valley Gazette. 'ai-. FOR SALE'RemlnCton; ; typewriter; InsY I I. payments. without Nelson interest Realt)'' .Co.'In Eurekapdaitlon. .- over as well' as city propertY at bartralaj: : j

:t"Sy' rr: furtherlog:, the,:.can.*? Itseesri.llkelyK .' ,Co.. ," '' i ,47-tf'. Ways brings.. results, quire. at C._, vW.'Dann'a.. L store, '47tf. ', i, Citizens State BaJ fc' .,. ;44-tf_ Uens pric... Nelson Realty Co.;'over -'
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