Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 22, 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: VID00521
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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"VTime; ,Appears to be Now Most Auspidous -. Kissimmee Will'.Sow teak{ first'as;

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:With:the vote in favor of the paving" J.philosopher'':some .

i of,the street with vitrified brick the time or other stated an economic fact,

Jut hindrance would seem to have disappeared when he. remarked, '.1',. gotta eat,"

; from the adoption of an or . and this economic condition reponl--*

dinanca taking{ the cows oft the streets.. ble, m part at least, for the fact that:
are the only da' : 11 the shipment of fromLKissimmee
:'c; The bovine vagabonds ; garden truck:,
'4 feet now upon the fair fame of Klssaimmea. this season are breaking. F

a In everything else we are a . records. ,ItmakeanodlfferencewhetheT'factories :

Deity, a real city. .with a thrifty, progressive are open or cjosed\ folks have* .4

happy, contented ''population .- ..... ....cott.. eat,".' Whether they, ran,bur "
G :of, intelligent i People-too' intelligent .::1. ::" t \.. 'r piano or. auto' or not they've stilt' "

while the untidy .v . RESIDENCE:, Of W,,B. M! INSON'NORTH JI8SIMMER "gotta ,'!,and alnce "
in fact to remain patient .. T -.-_ t. fat they have, some*_
quadruped. roam the streets.;, . ... . .. . .' ,. .. :' body has "gotta" raI..- the tuff' for

Only in this one thing does Kisstmxniee I l 'em, to\eat. Here i* ,where. -' UM Ih.D'who
of the'country block be made"In'two sections, and that I Iin l Daklri Brack'atreet i
retain the marks avenue and'Brack street; was smart enough to begin trackfarming ;
hamlet, and The Valley Gazette firmly .th. middle of each a passageway be 1 Kissimmee' Votes' for 'between Broadway 'and, 'Vine, at'Kissimmee'come*' In/ "

..3 believea "that Its long fight for the rtF made;and paved with brick aa is the street'Vine street between Brack street "' There I* no better", place la all thla''fa-

moval of the dairy herds from the'av..- rest of the street This would add but and the rlgbt-of-way.of, the ''Atlantic wide world for raising 'tegotablee :than\' y

' nues of the beat city m Florida will slightly, to the/cost of the work and Vitrified BrickStreets Coast Line railroad;Main street between this'aection,,and,',with the ever.IncreaIng *-', I

;'soon meet with success.. The city must would, greatly' increase the convenience Broadway and Oak street, and Ruby avenue 'number'of hungry: folksjn the big L,
' measure up in every, way to the'T>est of using the street. We believe also ,between Broadway'and th. 'city cities there la certain to toe a ready: mark -'

'I 'modern standards. We want nothing I that it would not. Jn the' 'slightest degree Decisive 'Majority Favors Important, Municipal dock. ? t for everything that I.,raised hen,

here for which we must apologia and detract from, the attractiveness' In addition to these streets Mayor In fact Kissimmee will undoubtedly: be, '

certainly when a resident of Kissimmeetells of the parking scheme. Undertaking Proposed by City 'Council. Will Stanford state that there will probablybe if it 1 la not already the leading hipping-

'that cowl roam the streets here And "fin Uy. brethren," the pavingof Put Kissimme : enough other 'money availabletto point'of.jtbe' state'' for, 'the product of -
in Lead Florida
and 'ass' the avenues for a pasturage, the streets will make exceedingly Among Cities. pave the sheets leading from'Broadway the truck .'. -

he doea it shamefacedly. No one brag' desirable, if not absolutely Imperative, -- to Church Churchstreet. been The; report.from; all section to theproduce

,about such a thing the laying of concrete sfdewalks in all marled with material taken from Broadway paper teltofyeg.tabl.s nipped ,t
By the emphatic vote of 95 to 43 the a little more in the beginning, but will !
talking to a resident part ot the city. The work of ex- and when the. by frost, The recent cold here
'The writer was voters of Kiaaimmee who took the trou- cost a great deal less I in the long run,. brick pavlngfa'compl.te anap '
' .. ,of.jt.be city a few day. ago and the interesting tending the sidewalks should be under ble to go to the polls on Tuesday, authorized was demonstrated Tuesday. Kls"lmm..will. be. able to"point scarcely touched ban*. the molt *ensltlve -, t

remark was made, "Kissfm- taken at once and pushed as rapidly as the City Council to borrow Kissimmee has passed the plank road with pride"" to the finest streets of any of the vegetables The Kiaslmmee' '"',
' if there are cow possible in order to fill up the many town it.alzeiitFlorida. I truck farmer la getting perfeet' '.
mee is all tight, even 25000. the amount that will be requiredto stage, the red clay stage. Kls itnrneei Of And we be-. cel.ry;
*on the streets." Certainly Kiaiimmea'iaalTricrnl. vacant spots at present to be found onall pay the city' part<<-the coat'of-the: i I.* a city and, entitled to the things rlieve i -thisns:onlt the;beginning. I cabbage,beam"while-other-point* Ur"-:
-':* J' even wltb.'tb.ow..; but i the streets.. this state, .ven'are'losing; byfrost: .
proposed street paving. What good that go with a city. The vote of Tuesday -! r ;
i; ;he ld'be more beautiful more at- things this mean.' to Kissimmee only will do more than an aviation school : ( ,'r Strawbeme .were. not affected by the,
\ tractive without them, and would more the1 INDIANJEVENINGInteresting frost, and the ripe fruit,''will b:, readyfor '
IS COMING If ALIVE years can tell but this i I. certain, to advertise the city among the substantial : '. !
,certainly entice to this good town those marks market by the first of they.
that it the '
city as one of the most people whom we want here.
who have lived where the streets are Program to be'Given at Next. year there will undoubtedly be""' "
wideawake and up-to-date. in the state It will mean more to our own people in ,:,
",hot pastures. Alit} Mr: Butler of Michigan Wants of Florida. People who. observe.caiVfully the increased comforts ef Ufa than anything School' Auditorium Dec:;''28. a greatly. Increased acreage of potatoea'plantecL. ,

i The speaker the foregoing conversation 'Valley Gazette Every Week. can rather accurately gauge the that baa happened here. Kissimmee . : .v, N.cropyield. better 1'et1u'fta. .
added that he would like to progressiveness! of a*City by ita'.treete. has thrown off swaddling clothes !' On Thursday evening Dec. 28, at the 60 barrels;:to.the acre having been:at"; h
the That there Is no escaping the ValleyGazette's I' High Auditorium ,,will be talned In this world.
have a hundred cows to pasture on The big undertaking which the voter and is ready to be dressed up in the School ; given garden spot of the .
1 streets.."> Sure! That is probably just truthful portrayal of the myriad authorized Tuesday will undoubtedly finest the land'affords. We feel "tickledto the next number of the Lyceum course, With a potato shortage In. this country,'** *

,hat is responsible for the fact that advantages of Kissimmee and it* place Kissimmee far in advance of any freeze" over the outcome of the elee ] an EV4nlng'WIth' the Red Men, in which I amounting' to million of. pound annually .)''' i

\?:Klssimme* is made to suffer this "blot'on surrounding territory is shown by thefollowing other city in the state 9f like! sire, It' tioni and with renewed confidence sound 1 Albert Gale >and Martha Gale give i Im : and with land that will,.''with proper ;
'-'Its- scutcheon." Too many folks letter. By reading this pa. will Kissimmee (the slogan penon.tion.; alng songs and toll: stop cultivation produc. bumper crop of tn*,,f la
put on map as alive the 10,000 population by the end
.have; been* willing to allow their own per sent through the courtesy of the *.. i' lea of the Indian. The entertainment bets.' there; I* every;reason to b.Uevi'J w
; [ city.even more than it is at present of 1912.
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f temporary Interests to supersede the County ..Commissioners, Mr. Butler became furnished by these two talented people that the already large ahlpmen of po.. -
and we are not taking the dust of, Much credit for the forward move- '
vital, and permanent interests of the Interested in this section tithe old town In Florida I It. unique and interesting. They have tatoea from,'thla point will be. 1..lylInere..ecs "
.nt.-ia due :
any now. to Councilman John Han\sell,
city; Mal of every resident of the city. extent of Investing here, by reading the If this work la properly handled bythe !who had rightly measured, public opinion been for many: years engaged I in the next year., 'f "
T hts is a very short-sighted view to Valley: Gazette,' and he became sufficiently City task of gathering the'great 'stock of The same is true of every sort of vea>, .
Council as we have no doubtIt and felt that Kissimmee was ready for '
takes The citizens can only prosper as : Interested In the paper itself to will be; If the most careful scrutiny good street, and who was not content curios, costumes, etcif which; they use, stable that, I* raised:here; The very' >,;

the city grows and develops and becomes earnestly: desire, to miss no copies. We irtept to see that no careless workmanship with the small section which the street and, in familiarizing'themselves with i large ibipmente being made'.:from tine
.clty in Very truth. Kissimmefl wish Mr. Butler long life. to enjoyT.bedelights the customs and life of the Redman. point have surprised tho.'pebpl..bo":, ,.
enters Into the paving, and that no committee found itself able to pav.. u
forward with of,Kissimmee.. They' are both skilled musician "and have labored under the:Q tf'GD'that'
.. baa been going tremen- defective material is used-in1' short; if He it was who. made the proposal to ,
.dous strides There Is one more step the which' I I., borrowed by' the borrow have many: muslcal'ln.trumente not la I a fruit section .xcl..Ir.Th.re. : is','' ;1
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aba must take. She 'must rid herselfOf Charlotte, Mich.:. Pec 11,. 1i1. city,money and I Is paid by the property own- something money worth enough while. Much undertaking credit Is only of the Indian, but of the Chinese no better5 truck land .on earth: :"and the,

the offensive title of "Cow town." Editor Valley,Gazette is used from aid Japanese.. So familiar ,has Mr, people hereabout are? learningthis.// ,,
era rightly aa the evidently due Mayor H. d:: Stanford:! and the
We have yet to hear one. good ,reason I. Dear Sir.-I enclose draftfor 75 cent* serious purpose of,the member we assume members of the council whoso promptlyand Gale become with the music of the Indians They are also learning that land which. :
Other for''-which' please send me the,Gazette that he is recognized authority.In will
:why t&e'cow. should remain. that it will be, the present City effectively backed the a produce two or three crops a year; ?
: proposi
,towns keep their grass cut at alight six months and a copy of your magazine Council will In this great undertaking, tion. Much credit is due up the Board ftf the entertainment he I II ably: assisted I i i. valuable land,'and they are beginning;' "

'.xpen.e without turning the streets edition if they are n6t all l gone, if they build to themselves a monument that Trade for .getting actively behind the by his' wife who has.a rich con- to.take ;advantage. of >It* possibilities. >. r
with all the are then send the Gazette nine months. tralto voice. Before the various This explains
into rural grazing fields will stand through the passing years, for movement. 'Much credit is due the 95 numbers ,,the very large \Acreaae, r
inconvenience and filth that accompany Some one bent; me the Gazette* few there is Mr. Gale gives a history,of the this season of the shipment of all sorts 7
no monument ao secure and so voters who thought it worth while to
that .condition. Other towns have months ,and about four weeks ago it go curious instruments used 'and.-relates of produce,,.and, also,juitlfie us in the'.e,
worthy as a task well performed in the I to. the polls and vote. These 95 do not ;
'become beautiful 1 with no expenditure stopped coming, but I was laid up by an interest. We the stories and legends. Both Mr. ,and assertion that Kissimmee I* destined to' ;
public congratulate include all who favored the .
of,public monVs. but simply by making injury, so I have justgotaroundtoeub- City Council on the confidence reposedin 42 votes in proposition.The Mrs. Gale appear ,In the native costumes become,the great truck. 'center of Flor. d'
\I'\ opposition probably '
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ti ;\' 'it possible for the citizens to beautify scribe. If on earth next year, I expect them by the voters, a trust which we about the total on the negativeside. represent representing during l the even Ida.. />(, . y
'I' their homes. Streets border by unfenced to visit your city, aa we have some interest ing several different tribes, while the ..
h believe will be deserved bra careful Folks who a thing of this
oppose DISGUSTINCTPRETENSE:
handsome In the Hunter Land Co's. land on is set to in ;
j ;/ grounds, sweeping lawns, : expenditure of the paving fund. kind are usually more to vote than stage represent graphic I ;
' gardens these are beautiful the prairie, and wish to see St. Cloud, eager form the life of the Indiana before they -'
The history of Kissimmee's streets those who favor, and if the full vote of "
'f ;'treets, and will come to Kissimmee as I was a Union veteran of nearly four has been an interesting one, And not always the city had been cast, it would proba- lost their individuality. The'whole entertainment I Strolling Band of o.Minstrels". .. '

; Just aa soon>> as the bovine'tlulsancee years. creditable. This has teen due Is remarkably interestingand - :
I lfyou have the back numbers of the bly have overwhelmingly in favor I Placards Uje} ,Town.:
which pow pasture our streets are removed ; the only thing of it* kind on the
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\, chiefly to tbe.fa tthat with false idea of '
= a good streets. As it la the vote was .
past four or five weeks send them along, lyceum platform.: The town wa*.placarded, plastered,*" .
of economy the city fathers have been most decisive, a clear majority of 52
as I was keeping close track/oY things Holder of season tickets sin make all but'deluged this week .with,
x If,cows ought to be allowed to grazein content with temporary expedients, instead ' but of a total vote of 138. gaudy:
'tha streets, why should not horses there. Yours.. truly, of asking the support ot the voters The streets which are to be paved according reservations of ..ata.t Roberson's drugstore posters .announcing- ;the, coming of"Prof '

I':; and' sheep and pigs and billy goats J. BUTLER.. to a far-reaching and economical to the proclamation are: Clvde ,on Wednesday or Thursday. Tick ,." Eph ,William*' '"famous big ,
the whole distance and ets will be 'on ,sale at the loors., Ad. city' minstrels.; "troubadourietc.' ,
c 1 "Whynot go MAYOR'STANfORD scheme of perm nent'tmproieme 1t1. avenue between the right-of-way of the "
'our thoroughfares into foul barn- This has mission, 75 cent etc., ad nauseum. The rpoat.re''are'r"
4tujn probably.been necessary in the Atlantic\ Coast Line railroad and Em-
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, "yard** .If our citizens must have street past, because of the state of the public mett street, )Emraett street between printed in all the color of th.,ralXJbow: .

t ( ,pasturage for their cows in order to.' Will Rigidly Enforce, Law ,Governingfloust mind in the past. That the public mindIs Clyde avenue and a point 150 feet west ; FATALLY I INJURED and in come that. i self-respecting rain*

\live,why should'they not have the added : now orabl"tolOmethlng| that costs of Stewart avenue Broadway betweenExcel bow:would "be ashamed to own, and
; wealth that would come,from raisIng SewersThe proclaim, that thi(vagrantnegro age ;

a, ',
There; la lots of money In pigs,'and the to the following law governing the use ular session. Shot by Mr. James Hall. ble merits a* "refined"fent.rtabeii.

r :.streett' would furnish them most excellent of house sewers. I have'issued orders ARTHUR E. DONEGAN -'l The. pretensions ,of,these aspirant to-- i !f
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..:, i grazing. If we, are going to to the.sanitary officer to inspect all toi- Clerk. Mr. Sam Montsdoca was probably social equality wlth'tbe.:white ,race'an, _

..kpe. sour' beautiful tree lined avenues for let rooms in the city regularly, and any f.tally'lhot by the accidental discharge. disgusting to, aay,,the:least,1 and, wyi,
,agricultural ourposes let us go .the violator of the law will be arrested and ( ) of a revolver in the hand of Mr. Jas. hardly appeal ,to the*cultured'population a

wh le'di.tance'and advertise ourselves brought before'me for trial: | HAD VIM CHAINED Hall, in the livery stable at St..Cloud of ,Kiuinimeewhoes ideas of'a

"to,Pall\tha world.,, as, "Kiasimmee, the '''Section: 1. The system of.,house or Friday last. Mont doea and Han were refined entertainment are not embodied':

bmrnyard: city. Free pasturage for sanitary: sewers I I. for collecting, carryIng dickering to trade violin And.a. revolver in s'trolling company'of negroeav ;.Kis
'r. > :'Ghost of Kissimmee Man Wanted and Hall was examining the simmer ha no great superfluity of
/*.>"*;:goats and guinea pigs. and disposing at the house sewerage pub-/
,.We',hardly think that such a slogan that I* the liquid waste from domestic I to Leave Qysian Fields.' I 1 weapon. Montsdoca stated to HaD lie' .Dt rta m.nt*.,', ...even'rowe: fs .

'I would:: ,'attract, .to us, the sort of people or household and Industrial service : I I that th.re'were three shells In the gun cannot conceive how'any,'self-respect

we want to bring here. Rather do we It shall be an offence to"'use the The Valley Gazette's etherial report. W. and Hall broke It, this number falling i ing;,person ,can',;attefcd such.show: aaWa. ,

;t,. ,%.believe that the time has com when house p.wera for any oth.r'purpose or Ier, was being guided about the Elysian upon; the floor Hall then began snapping ., :V ;. t

:"s ,7facitizens.. including our Intelligent to place or cause to be:placed' in,any fields the other,day when he saw two the"r volv.r and suddenly a abed W&'ian'bardlyy: conceive.ofa'slapstick -'''

y{- ,and progressive 'City.Council, are ready house sewetv' any :water ,from rain, or \hares of earth-men sitting upon ad- waa discharged, the ball entering the negro.minstrel l lthoer being' ''retined. ..jjJ

'1'1\6 l makelt possible to say;:with perfect aweepajre, or'.any swill garbage, abe; >injhg\ cloud.. One wa being fed by neck of Montsdoea, severing: the spinal .''. We "cannot'conceive,of ani't. '

>Htftlthfnlnea,,that ape have here "Ki- and,,clay, cotton, wool rags,wearing bevy of 'fairies upon nectar and other cord. The man was thought at first to'{negro 4t1'i1 being.property: dee rtbed aa

,*f .;llni ,.(the beautiful." apparel 'Tubbish'or other solid matte, :ltfctable things, while the other was have''been Instantly, killed' but ,was, eau tIlL" W. cannel ccmeetv.- Of" i' .

'f r'i\v!>U. ". an somewhat on the siib-:! that may not be promptly dissolved by lained.to his cloud and had upon histee found to be''uvln&.nd was 'removed' !to coon<. In shouting abort belnf.termed''JDu, "lcal.m" -f

l.7f: 'at.streets Th.yailey ,Gazette, dejafrea'tomake the sewerage, or.anything "that may '$ most, dejected and disgusted a hospital at.Tampa,. where" an. 'operation ". . stab: we do not hesitate, to savare a f ,
'Ifs. a. suggestion with refereee form deposit or obstruction in, the sew- ]Ik" ; wa performed. ;- :; disgustingly pretentious{ band of roving '

\ i to;'the; paving pf ersT***'".-y'*'':.'''**i'*<'''*?r*<' i "f***H''***, "*"::- -. The ,reporter'!' inquired of hi* guide Monts Loci? was' brought back-to his blacks:" They'are'negtu, fly-by-nlghta''j r ,
W aawcurbing ., ..," '"" .TnClosets. '; ho,the lucky, nectar-fed 'r home on Tuesdays. No'hope .la held nat who benefit thevtown in no way., .They%
was.
*1 !abe! 1 proposed to J'put X'Uae only.:-ToiUt.or This.I'ap. r ghost Special do,not even leave !U1lJ.D20ne'r'bete": : ,* 'T
k: 'ir und-Uie' parkway,, In tha"center of You will ace by; the above 1 !He \ie the arhoet'of man from CallrT1la for' his. .feCOV.ry.!,Tli. .h oUnJtfa'c1eL.alLwbQ.IIn they can neither, ... : Instruct: pr,entertaln -':'
.'' r,1MaP.dw.9c4 It&"> t'h' "t tway-th! thatlt''is only ,Iat.nd.d tow.St. > ""> pi; < thr W"'M -- rl r Ki ; ,...jiythmgof."It i i -...-> =- -, *TTf.. ,
L** ofeaeh': lock. This Is an admire the:regular toilet. (tissue) ,paper, ing .to''make;up to him 'foe Tome of ;; z.+ to have) been purely an accident, Oat people who desire entertainment ,t
and it la not only against the) lawa but h etbngs'he"miss, I while' Rsi I *;"Mr.4Hall Is quite well, known; being ean'Arid. It, supplied by those who live \
alitaldet"thabnly; objection tot which 1. on, the here and '
against your own interest to use newspaper spend their money here, by ,
.!.;8new! fact..that It will be very* Incon- or other stiff' paper; aa by Its use ''artk-'fv: -" I Interested In a blacksmith chop ;t't" attendln "'-the moving" picture show. or: ..! '
: ,; will i.'' Butw'botitbieotherghost asked I' Cloud.' It I-:.probable Nthati'nq' a tioa they find.it in the,Lyceum 'or" .I e
".gie8tztQ! I :jdrlre from one aide of,the you certainly sooner or later stop : : can course;z., "
':eta et to the'other\. making'Jt"'neees- up your: aewer pipe, thereby causing a ecreporter"ht T'Oh.-thatfellow,'';''I','saidhe'gulde.t. I ,'I-: r ., : end p umbeo's bill largely: in excess. of, coat I .' ,c&tn:' from Kisalramee '. ;, ,.\ .<,., ., t"" 1"' .'. on the .am..vea.ln&'and thereby.en-. *",
Nfto a dpb.> of the block in -" .n
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'; \ ; of!. regular toilet paper. : I Mr*, 4Thomal. F,'J'Kelley, courage a worthy institution. \: ::v 7 '
order?' to;.p..o..r.' .Td obviate this, H.' CLAY STANFORD.: i"lai;: We hereto lteep'hlm ;:chained to ,' .1 J :., "retornedTueadaf whlte-persoe.... to'1 "
;'".'"e.ua.st.:that:=:'" V. rlonoi' of''each ,. ..* 'i >reven't! hlm'rront'going back there. . ;from ,a six 'month*, ,visit. to. tint of..Eph Williams' negroVa ti .
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j t.\ :" " '. : :" our,. neighbors' hsve- 'In the' future'. of our by'F rrjsthst;' tni: couneil be request* '.l 'K1SS' t: .PARK p the depti of. (0 feet at the,time this.le 'EXCEPTIONSflfU:

,.' ,' .1. .. :c' 'd" town. James ''M. Johnson, who' bas to instruct th.' town clerk to furnish a ; ; Written' ,, ........ -
'. :'." .... been ma ag..ol the store,",,,10..proba:. dupUcate'copy'of'the'I1nutft\ of" 'each We'are: ,pleas e .'I.. 1\: <)I....'",' "or A II". " bly leavh town and 'bll' departure will meeting of the board, 'not,'later ,than Items of Interest'from 'Our Busy pany ha.added'' forty acres from the Settlers :Moving 19 florida :Sto+t.
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'j. be Very .much' I'"tted by;pia' mahy'friends. noon on the day succeeding each meetIng Neighbor Aaoss.the Lake. hotel site for new beach front lota., All ,Watch'Their Bills'of' Ladwg.k .. '.
..C. ROBERTS,-Corr* pomlent..Among . . to the St Cloud 'Tribune for pub of the old beach front lots were sold except
r" , ,. those stoppplng at 'the .Run: -. lication. Motlori,cUrled. The Kiislmrae, Park: school has become three', and It became absolutely There has been; 'c9 the .ldeJjib porn, ':'i

;nymede hotel,. ''Runnyroede are, Mr.'land Business Men's League. Capt. :Fro tt as member of the committee quit an Institution.! Miss Hodges necessary to.do 'this so that people) who plaint from all over state from Set*. !

'. ; 105.n.John' ,...Power, Mary, Power on street )lighting, 'stated..unofficially the tescher;, reports'twenty-four. pupilsIn have land here could.have, their resir! tiers who hay* shipped household goods ;. r
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,. and maid Capt.andJMrs. Enchaid, brt> \ that he had with interested dencerfacing the lake.TbR'regular'boat .
and Mrt. \ 'ynkoop'Maater.' Don' MM'frry m., with, ,Vice-residentjmith-' parties, and conversed he understood that- The' farmers,'on 'the "rark'ar. busy; line changed bands prepay' the freight on the household, ;V I
Wynkoop. Miss Wynkoop and chair. Y many of them are now ready.with their last week Capt. .Jim Davis retiring in goods at shipping point, and when the -
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s maid, ,Mr.' and.Mrs. ,Cecil .Evans, of Captain Scriber.. reporting, for the be Installed on PennlYlyanla.N,,,, land for planting, 'and if some,of their favor of his! .brother,, John._CapU..pa-; goods arrive in Florida they' tart obliged jj
,..''sabyloa..N..Y.;..Mr. and Mr*. Muklyon.. committee _oDJlearbi& Iota and.streets, York and Massachusetts prediction"come'. true; ftisslmraWParkwill vii* bas placed two boats oh the line and lo'payaUiitlonal.freight 'before"they ,-

r "r Paradise,Island Kissimmee; Allen j;. stated that' nothing' bad been*accomplished cost of $1.50 each'per month.avenues, ,' at' a' 'Cut\\qUlte; a"figure lei',-the potato.. a large barge'for freight. We countedthe can get their goods;! from' sheet"a.}1I ,

+, Beech, Columbia; O." : W.?, M: Sullivan;!. in that .regard; thaf he understood F. B. Elkins was admitted, to 'membership. : market. this coining spring; passengers a few days ago and noticed'that | There is an "exception .
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.Mipdktown.0.. howeverthat the counoil contemplated .' Mr.Riggan, who:'has been marketing there were thirty-six at one plicsble to Florida ;' t
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drafting an ordinance not only his beans the last few, w.eb.1. load. railroad agent ,
''Mr. James Burke died at his home on that the lots within the fire, limits be ,Aftr'a friendly discussion relative tosidewalks now going to'market his riew'potatoes. Laat.Sunday seemed .to be a.picnic the trouble. .

...' Wisconsin arena Saturday, evening- cleared but also covering a l larger area. and cattle ordinance by Cvpts. We have not heard what price he is day at.the Park. Quite crowd of KIs-' .If real estate agents"and others
It was moved by Lawton and secondedby Scriber Farris and Frost, and Messrs. but would advise their friends or customers Ifi
Funeral cervical were held at 10 a. bI.J getting, the potatoes are the fineltwe' simtnea people with Northern friends
t that thereport be bangherty, Payne and Van Ands!., the their household goods
DeGraw to have released
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:'Monday at the Christian church.Rev. have ever seen in this section. were here and enjoyed themselves under Ii'
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Frank KInney --officiating, assisted by The big steam sawmill is now in full the grapefruit and orange: trees. per
: 'Rev. Westcott of the M.J3. church. carried. January I, at 8 p. m., sharp. blast. Messrs. Sundmacber, & Cr'eekt _. The.muck. .land. on. the beach front Spring, Fla., and for $5 per 100 from "''W ,

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The'friends of Rev. J. B. Westcott that Capt. Frost and Mr. Payne had : WHY ? for the land owners who are' fencing Phillips, Well and KleinIs being put all this trouble' and overcharge1. %f

: y I concluded to Invade the parsonage, and, interviewed the party who proposed en- NOJTKODAKS their land and building homes, In shape for Tpotatoes. Dr. Phillips would be obviated. (,ih>
eeet Monday night,-Dec. -18, to commit! raging In this industry and that the The large new store of which E. E. brought eighty bushels with. bim from The*10 release on the bill of lading'; .
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the social act. Quito a large number interview was encouraging. It was Writer -'Thinks Too Many Air Guns I Fairbanks is.proprietor is doing a Buffalo. N. Y., and they will be planted from Jacksonville or High Springs to- ;S. J
met at the Presbyterian church at the moved and seconded thatXh committee thriving business. Our people! are next week. Dr. Phillips has also con Interior point place! the household, 1 .,
'ringing of the Deli and then mad a de- b. continued. Motion carried. Given as Presents. pleased with the,way Mr. Fairbanks is tracted with Mr. MacCallister to bore' good in a higher-classification.!! If released '
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scent on the Methodist parsonage, capturing Capt Frost reported for.the committee The Christmas season is upon us,when handling the business and are giving i a flowing well in the middle of the above at i5 per 100 the classiflcatioa 4 .-
t it .and all within. After depot on advertising that he had personally indulgent ptrenta are making present .him their loyal: support.Mr. tracts. CORRESPONDENT. would b* the same from shipping point; ;R;f ,

,',' sting their pound the party sought a Interviewed Mr. Cummins who :. to their boy*. More ajr guns are observed Bennett, one of the managersof through to destination and there' would". 11, I !

.place to deposit itself and then proceededto toted that he had been correspondingwith on our streets than for years the Sparrows Point Steel Company For'The**' Wh 'Hear Not. _be no extra money to pay. .-t'lmr<,*;\ <

see who was who by shaking hands; the mayor of Kissimmee on the put, and we alj} know that it ss the nature -. of Sparrows Point, Md., was In the The ballbor bad fairly split his ti\: "
j rubbing elbows,and finally by rubbing subject but so far had received no satisfactory of si boy to shoot, whether at a Park Ibis week with his wife inspecting throat ahottdag directions to deaf pet "
wits. A number of the nests'were results. sweet singing mocker or at a buuard. his grapefruit grove and his Beach sons who had called to see Mr.
called upon and responded with recitation Capt. Frost reported no qurom at the To educate the boys to "shoot" witha front lot. Mr. Bennett informed us Schwarta. Mr. Schwarts lived In the :
4. *, singing anecdote and personal last. meeting of the Board of Directors kodak rather than the sling shot or that he Intended to build next :year and fourth floor .rear, right-hand apartment JAMEiE vsi.J
reminiscences and business make the Park hit winter home. through the long ball and up
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al acted. parents and teachers and why not make Messrs. Kimber and Barnd are delighted -
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Baptist church will bold a food sale on approved: and ordered paid. senseless air gun and thus' encouragethe have named their place Bay View Gar- "1 never saw so many deaf people ARE COMING '
J ,. Saturday from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. at After a discussion relative to freightand better nature of the child, an artis- dens." Mr. Barnd is a professionalflorist to my life," said the boy. "What oa ;
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1 Arthur Donegan's hardware store. railroad matters in general it was tic temperament, rather than the brutal I and from the way things are earth are they all running up to.8ebw.rta' \

N" Choice viand and home made confections moved by Capt. Scriber and seconded by nature would be the reault'and in lets moving along we believe that they will forT" TO THE ', .,'.\' :
', will be for sale. Mr. Lawton. that W. G. King be appointed than five years the beautiful bird life have one of the prettiest placefohjthe "Mr. Schwartz has advertised a deaf
to take up the matter with the around Kissimmee would lend the gre.teat I Park. mai's phonograph for sale said a t '
I "He Is hard of hear OPERA HOUSE"FOR
Mr. A. H. Plato accompanied by Mrs. proper authorities and obtain redress If charm to the place and the blight on I Mr. Hauser was called to Michiganby ing.neighbor.The phonograph" very was made saps. : .:
J. H. Plato Motion trees the illness of his wife this week
and daughter, enjoyed an possible came. vegetables practically correc- I dally; for him.: It has an unusuallyloud \
f outing at Narcoossea this week and It was moved by DeGraw and second ted by the army of plumsge visitors as : but his new cottage is rapidly nearing tone. Nobody but the hard-of- ONE NIGHT ONLY 1$ )

9 ? 'were the guests of Mr. and: Mrs. Hill. ed by Daugherty that the next regular well as our native birds that are ever completion under the direction of his haring can live with such entertain

b. They Inspected the, handsome citrus meeting on Monday, December 25, be ready to fight the native caterpillar and mother who will remain in the Park ment. Mr. Schwartz to cave trouble, "
r t 'grove and packing house owned by Mr. cancelled,. and that the Baptist society worm that are a constant menace -to until the.houss is finished and then-oc baa adTwtiaed for a deaf pVchaaer." Tuesday Dec. 26 "L j

t t r Hill and were much pleased with their be permitted to occupy the hall that the fruit and truck growers. cupy it.Therooms ,

---visit. eveningMotion- carried.A Many small boys around Kissimmeeare :. above the store are about Her Mind Relieved. "
tr %j' motion was made and seconded that out these last few weeks with their ready for occupancy, and the latter "Charley, dear," aald young Mss In 1300 Feet of Moving Picture ; t

' ij 4 ; ,Dr, R. P. and Mrs. Gibbs returned the secretary be instructed to mail to guns, killing birds apparently just to part of this week Mr. Fairbanks ex- TorkJns "what Is a Jackpot and 130 Scene '

Saturday from Orlando and will remain each member of the league a notice requesting see the beautiful bird fall and struggle pacts to have quite number of permanent "Whr--er-a Jackpot II a a-aa***) Greatest Picture on Earth '
for the; winter. They are staying at him to pay his dues if in arrears and die. X. residents who will occupy these contribution for purpoaea of charitable) $10,000 Procuction ;
the new St. Cloud hotel. and calling attention to the annual rooms and take their meals at the Enge donation." \ v,
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to elect officers hotel.
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Scholar's Debt to the World. bad something to do with the >av4MM ADMISSION 10 & 20 eta. )}
A E. Donegan baa sold his store in according to the by-laws should be held Knowledge 1 la only useful when It Mr.' Kloer of Smithton, Pa., has begun of poUdosl" ?
.s t. Cloud to R. D. Waring of Kissim- on the first Monday in, January. Mo- can be applied; and If the Idle rich cultivating his 22 acres of land and " "
feaeev The sale Ie i a large and important tion carried. are an offence, the Idle scholar Is a to build a house. Mr. MacCaJlister is Large desk blotters tor sale at this Two Perfonaaaces Nightly : e'

t I'1 .,,One and tends to show the confidence It was moved by King and seconded till greater offence. already on the ground and has gone to office for 10 cents. Commenciaf at 7:30 .. .
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' '' EDWARD. A. 'HASH.. Secretary $100' 000.00, , ._ .. .._: ,V.,.R.:JIIDSON. Treasurer ',' ;' ..: ..;. .. i ,

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rr Proceedings Johnston and O. D. Porter as sureties, Klaalmm Lumber Co, lumber 117 21 1 '.
W B Maklnion Co. road luppUe... .. .. 8 IS . J'
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Dana it Dann, Saute feed >. M 80 0 .
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4 ; County a* notary public J i Daau, repairing lock Jail. .j. IK '-
The attention of the Board was called .. road supplIes...,.. ..,.. ..... 1o.ceo 40 t .
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to the of the Courthouse Hardware Co, malls I 00 ..
t. ' I.aky"condition C BuokeU. bnallug sawdust .."..,......_ MOO .
r'r "'to Kissimmee, Fla.\ Dec.' 4, 1911; roof, and the.clerk and chairmanwere OoceoU Journal,auba. and aUtlooerr21. '60Q While .
+ The: Board of County Commissioners requested to investigate same. and W Aahtou, payroll. . . .,..' ,4430 W present stocklasts :
J have necessary repairs mad O ceola Hardware.. Co supplies ell.. .. 0 IS ;
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Bills held from the last meeting
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w 'of Florida, met in regular session on 3 Lupfer. wltneaa ... .. 1 soC
l the above date there/>emg present E.jth with reference to the inquest of Sadie F Prevail, costs lun ojr CM ... ., A 45 .
t ( Lesley chairman; E. L. D. Over- Marchant were taken up for consideration Dr E Derbyshire, exam lunacy eaI8., 2 00 we are selling ' and the attorneys to the Board Dr M J Hioka. luu cy e.... S 00 '
jptreet, O. R. Bass A. F. Baas, commiasioners y
to whom these bills had been referred A W Cronby, hauling .Dd".re pauper t 00
"' ; Arthur E. Donegan clerk; B A Bulliran,road work. .. . . 1 80 M r r
'Sind Messrs Vans Agnew and Crawford stated that they were not a proper Charles AruolJ, hauling lumber .... 9 00 .
it '1 .:attorneys for the Board. charge against the county and paymentwas George. Fertlc, lumber . ... ... 10 00 . t
refused. } W Johnson, road work. .. 18 00 '
Minutes of last meeting were 'read Ludlam fc McDonough, jell rep.lr.. 1&S4 00 r
Tax Collector filed statement of poll
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elate Bank KlMlinmee, J H. Leterldite
.y 'A'road petition tor a public road commencing 1. taxes collected $24.00. contract J jail. ... . ... . 1030 66 PARIAN PAINT ,
ri' near the old Beardon place, I Tax Collector's license report showed State Bank KKMmmee, lot ....rr. 2016 HO 00 ,;
Ur ,' amount collected for the county 5660. Flrat Nat Bk bt. Cloud, bor'wed money 2000 00
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"yS ', ''rect road to Fort Johnson Island Tax Collector and Treasurer filed .. ... lot"'on warrauti' 12U 106 00 66 ., ,

'J . h Abridge, was presented to the Board, their reports showing amounta collected U W Athton, ezpeusea to Barlow S HOE -
"' nd there were a number of citi- in the various funds. | L Lesley, dlipoalng dead animal, . 1 (0KiMlmmee '* .*'' "
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j'. ce'na present from that vicinity urging Treasurer filed his report showing I Valiey G ixette lubocrtfl\'DI\ 60.00 (every: gallon guaranteedat ))., >. I

t:.. .* vth* adoption of the road. Mr. Reeves the following balances on hand in the i Paid warrants were ordered cancelled .... ,.
h. i' ;: 'v, !Vaa present and objected to the road I various funds : from the various funds in the following ,<.. All

J ;J -"going along the line of the old road Revenue . . . . .,-?; ,-..'. . .$87i5 4 65 amounts : ;

, ;M .r'r t, but stated that he thought the Clark Fine and forfeiture ,.0< .. .. .' 2176 62. Road . . . . . . . . . . . 2148 45 the low price of..1 :
,Ii';. + K eltlement ought to have a road. Mr. I School fund . . . . 4509 'Ill: .Revenue . .v, . . . .$ 3067 90 < ; :
':-#); Jl +'Clark'and. Mr.'J. A. Bronson and other Road fund .. : . . . . 3808 25 ,. Fine and forreiture. ; . .. .. . 148: 98 VJ.50
;t..: ,Citizens were present, and atter some I Special fund . . ,. . . . 46.17 the r '
I I I Upon motion, duly seconded '
' discussion the Board appointed E. L Convict lease . . 500 (60 ,
f. 'D. Overstreet a committee of one togo i S. S. 0. No. 1 ',1' . . . . 441 (06) ular Board session.adJourned. to meet again in reg- $ per .gallon A1

t .; . down in that settlement and confer S. D. No.2. . .*. . . . 40 SO '
t. /. ;with the people and select a route that ''s. S. D. Nt>. 3 . . . . . \". 1218 $8S i;|I I ARTHUR E. DONEGAN Clerk. V t

,. "": Would be as near satisfactory toallIparties S. L). No. 4 . . . . . 14 68i r I
"" (Excepting the Window Green 4
interest I' ,
31 h"j".J at as possible. i Total .. . . . . . . . .$16502 42,:: HAD HIM CHAINEDGhost "I1.JW
f/-Commissioner Bass presented a pet!- '., }
The following bills were examined l| : .. I '
iim': for a road commencing at St; '- > .,
: :< Cloud and going due South to LakeS I IGetttry'which approved and warrants ordered drawn; i g e
petition was signed byj K. L, Lesley Commluto.er./ 40K. of Kissimmee Man Wanted. ).4 '.
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:t I'a 1I large number of cltirens.: Mr. Baas L D. Ovemtreet. Com. snd.mlleag... I 00 to Leave Dysian Fields.The .' I "
A, f. Baai.Com. and mileage. .... .... a 00 ] .. .
at ,; ; .}10 filed a petition for a road starting O. B Baa. Com.and mileage. . . .. II W :
t.-. .at St. Cloud on the section line between W 8. Pearce Com and mileage . 20 (0 Valley Gazette's etherial! reporter W.: B. .MAKINSON: T1.: I rr
; '11etloM.l1! and 12, and continuing due I Paw Acne* A: Crawford, legal service.' 20 M was being guided about the Elysian
' '' Arthur E Doneian, aL nnd'r and el'rk W 00( fields the other day when he saw two .', )
d \' distance '
said section line for
; .oath on a ....... .. '
|I J. E. Ba'Janitor ",. 40 00( shades of earth-men sitting upon'' adjoining .l'
: .three miles. The ... '
: Of Board realizing : Qeo F. Parker,aalarv Juvenile uda11 SOM : ("I::
: :.' :the Importance of road in this section V .. county . 24 00C. clouds. One wan being fed bya COMPANY ,. \t
++ fr. Instructed that. the roads be opened r. Prevail, care jail .. ...... ... . .. 12 50! bevy of fairies upon nectar and other I : il', >s
310 ; 4f. ,and'that\ I 'the supervisor a* soon a* ha A.'W.Crosby,flopt. poor farm :.... . 82 001 delectable things,' while the other w.
Hoary 8ulII.... maintenance allow'no & chained to hi* cloud, and had upon'his
1fcould reach same, bpve: the roads open.edlri'accordance Kliilmme.Phone Co., rental and'toll. S to ===== '%>:
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face a most, dejected and disgustedlook .
,: with the adopted ., .,
't. , plan H. H. Tow til. service? court ateoog 27 <0 A* Jt ?
' 'r!jly) ;resolution at a former ..tine.. 0. D. Barnard Co. .'-UoD'r,..otBoe sup $4/190 > *'*$> J"Jl -
,i- ;$; Commissioner Baa also requestedthat 1. L.Ho.., -.dI 1 attoreey.116 MU. The .reporter:' inquired; ; his guide J&ib&*>

''f.-ti') ,,",::" ", the railroad company.be instructed: .C.v Bandy Miller, salary salary tax eoouty eolleotot..y.r treaaorer., ,.., 'J9S 579 14C.JJ. M who"H.th.1I1ckt i I. the ghoet'of, t peetanfed'.Ihost amanfromXallfotela.'r was. __-S n-eriaL.- rice on-Doors'

,: J,. .... v'o. open.:Up!,a crossing atone of"the. 1mWrtaat :- Toss s.Uetl1.wood,(oe eooatr office*.t: '. toW
;". ,roadnear. :; St..Cloud B Crawford,legal service .$ *.. ,.. J'l I 00 .plied\ the =utd.. "Wear*
rA" $41rkk: Was.Instructed to, notlfy .than 6 Klailmme. Kleetrlo Light Plant" ,Ilghta.. ,.21 MToatal trying to.make' up to.htm for some of Sash and $
} Telegraph Co.; meaaag....,- .. 0 ISInter. the ''thing*' be: 'mi.iedawhI1i'. n *thees2thr4 ) > ' ,ScreeDoor rx.1
X i t ( oad-company to hare this crossing .
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.,. :6. -' ; .OeeaaTeU,Co.; mea a|.. ..'1-1''.? OM ' r ; .
.. / ,ppea4id'ire' that'the people cm"get in tltaLaori .
bI; ; :t \;*jnd,out'to:their homes.-., ':".' JI.4oaDaU.wkID..wtta.t.HoloUmaoa. : .t.\TTrft: ":.." I W But.:wno);thU other ghoftt" .asked. .. +1 r,'1 ,
"s vX ,?yip!,;Th.pension application.of Mt Bobert" s B.: 0.1'pt\.a&&eacWao o.-'ooa.n''i.Fi:: :'( !W the,t.portertOb,;that fellow- old I ;. ,,151, 'L,. ild. ,,_ ,""'to'r..r.1:r. ..;4 .7" """' '" ,. .
.;!. ''(), 1 "vagewhlch been'executed p.eWlD&'ltJ..b-.fot't0e4" ,'.r.., ,1118 the guld,\ ';, !/..fromJtaulaunee..". j ?- I. '. :;;; _.
; ;Jiad : on.j'wrongj 0 F Prevail, feedinf prisoners... .j>tm WB Fla W. have to him chained . .. ,. .
keep to '.
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S .T ft'. 'visit to"Jar SUIT Questiona \

bJ..H.adllne.. in Times-Union. For If f.!
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I. that matter It it a little questionable ; home-' :
delicious
Makes
for anyone to visit Jacksonville.A '

f t a\- baked'fo ds' of maximum
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!?former editor of Lheflue Book;
minimumscost..
S' quality at "
the Tied Book and the Green Book' has .
1 Of the Ladies Home ..... ; ;y ;
I become an editor ,. c Makes home baking a ;

aM r rnal-the.. Helen Pink. Book at It'Wewe. A WINTER BCENB NEAB XIB8IMMEB; -PICNICKING IN AN. ORANGE GROVEPASTORALJIHANGliS "

.,: .. pleasure
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the shortest day of
Yesterday wu itt
r the calendar. Us nied the faith and Is'worse than an in :
the year according to :

; .:real l length, depended more however on fideL" I[Local Overflow The: only Baking Powder 1 .
whether have done Christmas I was therefore forced,to locate. M.Ichildren )

r s; ,shopping! yon or not. your Rev. H. T. Gaines Appointed to Local .will attend school' in Orlando.I I made from Royal' Grape

t -;> ', ; Methodist Church. am very, serif to be thus forced out Rev. H. T. Gaines, the newly ap- .r' Cream of Tartar ""e''

r address In Newt .. of( the itinerancy but my presiding elder pointed pastor of the Methodist church / \
Champ Dark, in an i i
With 'the reading of the appointments knew of this result beforehand, andI arrived in the city Thursday evening ,,<
York Saturday night, declared the He led the :
prayer meeting, and his
greatest growth of the country "in all for the coming'year the annual suppose he knows what is best. earnestness and evident ability created' Mo Alum No Lima Phosphates

/ desirable is southward. Oh.I conference of the Methodist church I wish to thank the people of Kissimmee a most favorable impression. Dr. 1;, r
ways ended its sessions at Gainesville Monday Gaines himself ,1
for- their uniform kindness to me expressed as delighted
j all time.
I knew it the "
:shndka
we
., night In the 'rearrangement of at being in Kissimmee the "hub of
.'. and mine. We will not gS) so far away
Florida and looks forward to a pleasant ;
One of the striking evidences of anewspaper's pastorates, Rev. H. T. Gaines became but that we can "watch Kissimmee j and successful pastorate here. i'.' .

is when it pastor of the local church succeedingDr. grow." Very: truly yours .

Y S 4; a new.home prosperity for itself. The KI.-provides .' Funk who "locateiuLLrather than W.. H. FuN I I'I'R.. D.of Waring A. E., of Donegan.this city, the has well-pur- Brack street fbr the holding of a picnicon

take a pastorate in a town where there the that is named as "State Pic- RCPRIEVJGRANTED[
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.aimmee Gazette Is soon to occupy new known local capitalist, the I.re.tore day
'f two tol'7 brick structure which is to would not be proper school 0pportum- NEW PASTOR CALLED in St. Cloud. The sale is a large one. nic Day. This Is most commendablein

a ; streetsof tie. for hi. children. By "locating," involving_ a stock valued at $16,000 or: Mrs. Tatman and our people should' Governor Gives Convicted Munkres"Rose ..t
Ac beFrect.dononeoftheprincipal
Rs at once take steps looking to the organization -,
I Mr. who
Dr. Funk will be out of the active more. 'Donegan, is presidentof
that buttling' town.-Tampa Tribune. Baptists Choose Leader. Two New the Citizens' Bank of Kissimmee, of the towns and cities in Thirty Days More Life. ,
rr ,,'1 ministry for the next year. and has other large business interests da to set aside one day for a FIOri-I

her a recent' address President 'Taft The new pastor is not personally Preachers Here Sunday. her, could not give the St. Cloud store gathering of all the people. About nine thirty this morning while-

i MIIt' i'. 'eaid r'The food problem in the United known in this conference having transferred On next Sunday KiBslmroee will the attention it required.Mr. Any. scientists coming into the city he was engaged in testing the trap and r

ft 'States nay in the near future become into it this year. He comes have the privilege of hearing sermons James M. Johnston, formerly will favor us by leaving their address the rope on the gallows upon which Jim' "

t .' serious :on." Not if a few more highly recommended u a pastor and as by two new preachers the newly called I with the A. E. Uonegan Co., at St. In P. O. Box 624. 61-4t I Rose was to have been hung Sheriff
i a preacher and will doubtless successfully 1 Cloud is in the city en route to the '
Prevatt received telegram from Govemor -
thousand will locate on Kisslmv'mee's leader of the and ,
people Baptist congregation I
>Southern part of the county where brwill Th. next Caymen's meeting will be '
carry-ontheimportantenterprise.
fertile acres, and go to raising the newly appointed shepherd of the work in the extension and Improvement held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Gflchrist:! stating that a
S i food, instead of crowding into the cities of the local church. He will be gladly Methodist flock. A pleasing arrange of the lines of' the Osceola Telephone the Christian church led by Brother I'' had been granted to the r.prley.11;:.

,where. they do nothing but consume it. welcomed by the good folks of the ment has been made by which Dr. A. Co. A switchboard is to be installed Kd Roberta. Last Sunday's meeting gro murderer. Nothing was .
L'i Methodist congregation.Rev. at Whittier and new lines builtto was well attended and some delightful
i the time of going to press u to the reason
i J. Holt the Will
new Baptist minister
ranch and Hammock.The special music was furnished by Miss
Hopkins Camp
lS S. W. Lawlor who has been
f r.f JJ. :.The October bulletin of the Agricultural preach at the Baptist church in the Catherine( Derbyshire and Miss Maud for the stay of execution being'granted

: Experiment Station treats of stem the popular presiding elder of the Bar- morning, there being no service at that Tampa) Times Christmas special Thomason. These meetings are" growing y.
tow district, was appointed by the issued on Tuesday, claims to be thegreatest in interest and attendance A full
!, ;J 1,endlrot: in citrus fruit. According to hour in the M.thodl.t'churcb.. The. The telegram was read to the negro
issued in the attendance
ever state in earnestly desired at our
bishop as pastor of the Methodist I paper
;the>i8p published in the bulletin this Baptists will reciprocate in the evening and the claim appears to be justified.It next meeting. A. S. Nelson, Chair by Sheriff Prevatt. The prisoner was ;

,\fungus bas not been found in Osceola church in Tallahassee one of the important service when Rev. H. T. Gaines, the contains 120 pages, all home made reading a newspaper at the time, and

county.Tbr,; .-fungus.causer fruit to rot churches of the conference.Rev. new pastor of the Methodist church, and is crowded with Interesting readIng man.A received the news with the utmost! "In
J. T. Mitchell who filled the matter and a great abundance of force of men' is engaged in makingthe difference, remarking only, "That's allright
at the stem end and to and
drop, causesdecay will preach his first sermon in this city.
4 '' ads. It I I. credit'alike to the
publishers concrete which must in
a cnrbings
pulpit at Kissimmee the 'year prior to KO "
} k of healthy fruit after packing it On last Sunday morning after preaching and to the city ofTampa.. before the vitrified brick pavement can and resumed his reading.Sheriff +
the of Rev. W. H. la .
1 with Infected fruit. coming Funk services at the Baptist church a be laid. This work is being done in Smith of DeLand in whose

_*.. _.__ : .'_.._-!-r .' '-J r- -BThe' transferred to Inverness. conference was held to consider the Dr. J. C. Davis, the well known optician the most approved fashion. The materials custody the negro' had been placed fop

T : KlMimmee Valley Gazette last Following U the list of appointments of succeed Rev. B. will be at the Park Hotel to used are the best that moneycan I safe keeping up to the time oi.. the trl."',,,
subject a pastor to spend the holidays. Be good to your] buy. and the mixing and J.yineof
q ' week presented a front page"picture of In"this district: Stephens, who recently left the local. eves and see the doctor for glasses-11 the concrete is done under the constant was at the jail at the time the telegram I;

4 the'; Graystone. Kiasimmee'a palatial J. R. Cason presiding elder; Alva S. pastorateThe needed. Headache of yearsr standing direction of the inspector. If the entire was read. He had come down to aid in

4 j aU-yeartouri.t hotel. The view shows Soott; Apopka W. G. Strickland; Ar- pulpit committee has been cured with glasses. Don't neglect yourchildren's paving job is done as well as this the execution. After the message had

i J a part''ofi, the park surrounding the cadia, E. F. Ley; Bartov N. P. Williams very eyes. The celebrated Dr. curbmg is being done Kissimmee will been received he talked with Rose and''
active in securing information trom Calhoun of Atlanta, pronounced a fitting have streets of which she well be
y splendid" and Is most attractive ; Bowling Green J. W. Austin br. be himself may the latter .."They've been trying'to
building many sources. They unanimously ree by Davis as good as proud. and which will undoubtedly) last
,Interesting.;( .; 1'be.Graystone one Ft. Meade J. L. Moon; Ft- Meade ommended Dr. A. J< Holt of Nacog- could give 61-4t for many years with little attention In get me to pray but I knew I had

of the well known resort houses of the Mission C. W. York, supply; Ft. My the way,of repairs. plenty. of time to pray:" '.
doches, Texas, to be called.. Dr. Holt The attention of the public is 'called
state and Is alwayi\well filled with en Mission J. J. Thompson, supply; is a man of about 60 yearsof agev; to the fact that the ladies of Hart Memorial Cioverbloom Butter, 40e;at Taylor's. It seems a little strange that at the,

'1 '. :guests, winter and] umme Times Ft.. Ogden E. K. ,Denton; Kathleen thoroughly educated, has been in the Chapter-are) soliciting subscriptions 62-lt last minute, without the slightest w m..

, Union. "[ H. B..Boyd supply; Kissimmee.,' H. .T. for magazines;' commission big that It was to be done this 'action '
,_' i ministry for about forty years, and for allowed the ladies to' be used for the The Nelson Realty Co. reports the
= Gaines Lakeland I.. C. Jenkins; Mul- ,
.$ ; ; should be taken Unless there Is good
r : quite a number of years was secretaryof uplift of the chapter.. Anyone desiringto sale of twenty acres of land in Park "
.' "lve been boom for a long time berry. W. F, Allen; Nocatee, R. M. missions In Tennessee and Texas. subscribe can do so through any arden to Rev. W. 'J.. D. Sumner of cause for it which does not yet appear

\ thaVthe' real estate', people would git Williams; Orlando. ,J.. S.. Chapman; He is regarded of the foremostmen member .of ,the chapter or can send Helena, .Ga., Mr Sumner will at\ 'an It Imposes an unnecessary hardship upon
d : together and do some of the things thatthe Punts cords; W. A.. Weir; Pea'rce, J. as one f their names and money direct to Mrs. earl> land come here prepared to improve the authorities and the city. ""'
in the denomination, strong, force- S. B. Aoltman treasurer. its and make this his future home a
L.'Crl.w.11. supply Wauchula A. H. ---- ---
is ,
4. ,?Board of Trade always talking ; .
ful preacher active a ,. i He has looked over other of
as a as a pastor, many parts
y ; ,about and never dohv," say a writer inf Cole; Winter Haven J. Mr Glazier.TUBDAYRECEPTION. pleasant companion agreeable in With very elaborate ceremony the the state and is loud in his praise of the f. & A. M, fled Officers:

:,i .the lakeland Telegram And Lakeland every $10000; silver service was presented to Cissimmee Valley being the banner part At communication
of Orange
a regular
walk of life. No doubt -
a large congregation -
the battleship Florida at Peniacolrf ,
of Florida We heartily welcome all
+ ''isn'tthe only pebble the beach. '
: on Sunday Governor Gilchrist the Blossom Lodge, F. & A. M., held.'
will meet him on next Monday, making such worthy citizens to our fair state.
OealiBanner.:
: I Better. come to Kiasiminee as he begins his work. speech. A bronze tablet in memory of They will certainly help Kissimmeegrow. last Monday evening the following t>fficers -

'r ,and get some 'pointers on how a I : the late Senator W. J. Bryan, a stand I were elected to serve for the ensuing -' "-

Board, \ rr of Trade should. work.. Delightful Affair at Chapter HouseIs i Florida Educational Association.The 'of smaller colon gifts the were D. A.also R.,made.and several Presumably -. Cloverbloom Butter, 40c, at Taylor's. year: ..

4 J.ckaonviU"Board of Trade expresses this was the last time that the 62rlt W. M.-C. W. Dann. :
r We' have received a bushel basket full' Greatly Enjoyed.The "men behind the guns" on the Florida S. \\ .-G. F. Parker. r

"of.peeW'editionl,," of Florida papers third of the delle-btful'reception. the hope that every teacher in will ever lee the silver service. Circuit court is in session this week J. W.-W. W Carson. .
"' Florida that can possibly do so will attend with. Judge Ewin L. Davis presiding Secretary-Koma Thomas
f lv 'most .pf them gaudy with colored coven given at the chapterhouse bl the American the annual convention of rhe Florida Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co.: and and Attorney General W. W. Fairbank Treasurer C. Bryan. ,

- 1 printed in Chicago., It occurs to us that Woman's League took place on Educational Association at Jacksonville and we will get a drink of the best representing the..tate. Several minor '

,+w 4 .without knowing it the Valley Gazette! Tuesday night/: of this week. Charming soda water made. 81 tfi r.... have been disposed of with dispatch Mr. -jQd Mr*. L. Sundmacher- ,, ofMorgantown : .i;
December and 29
28 1911.
27. and the grand Jury returned a W. Va., arrived in the
r t' bas been publishing real Christmas edi- decorations and a cheery fire greet
open We. have engaged the magnificent new : Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moore arrived true bill against Dr. W. P. McDonaldand city last S nday and expect to remain''
'- { Monk for the past four weeks.Sixteen ed the many guests and the evening Mystic Shrine Temple! for your sessions. In the city this week from the North T. H. Wiley chargi ng murder in here permanently, having purchased., -

.P&&..'a week, plethoric with Christmas proved to be the most enjoyable yet This has ofover where they spent the summer and will second degree for killing Herbert Cainat property m Klasiramee Park on which ; '
building a seating capacity
d advertising of visit various sections of the state during City some months Their will build home Mr. Sund'
our f progressive merehanta spent in the Tuesday night gatherings. Spring ago they / a ,
most two thousand, and we hope it will this winter. Mr. Moore was formerly bond was fixed at $10,000 each for their macher I+. a life-long friend of ...Mr.
> ;/ decidenly "puts it over" Mrs. Anltman, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs.
be filled on the occasion of your annual with the Seminole Investment Co., appearance at next term of court.-Day Houek, local manager of the Kissimmee
'";.', 1 'th* average Christmas special that we Makinson were the hostesses and proved convention.We promoters of the St. Cloud colony\ and. ton (Tenn.) Sta. Herbert Cain was the Valley Land Company, and. the

ri' have1 seen. themselves most charming and capablein was later with the Zephyrhills .colony. son of.Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cain of this latter has been showing him around
bid
welcome and
t 1} this capacity. The program,' of you to our city; He and Mrs. Moore have a large num- county and during his residence in this and introducing him to our_ people witha
-' Because it has outgrown its present readings and music, violin, vocal and will do all we can to make your visit a ber of friends in this city who are extending city war an- emplo,.. ''of the telephone great deal of pleasure Mr. and Mrs..

i r ,'quarters and feels the need of a modem pleasant one. FRANCIS P. CONROY to them cordial welcome. company. A full account of his murder Sundmacher are parents of Mr. Chas.
'' piano was given by Mrs. Bullock Miss H. H: RICHARDSON. President. I appeared in the Valley Gazette at the Sundmacher who has been herefor'' -. I
,and more commodious building the Kisimoiee Betty Aultman Miss Weckler MI'I.BI.nis For the first time since Kissimmeeebecame .. '" \ .
occurred. time.
time it some I"
t Valley Gazette is arranging toliav t Secretary.Are a city a'failure of ope of Its a-. -..'
and Miss Lord. The evening '
_ business houses has to be recorded-1
; ti q"t> r : a new office building. The orders closed with an informal musical contest Interested in Florida. that of Mr. R. A. Wiley who conducted ". I

have'Already" been issued for a two-story arranged by Mrs. Makinson'which war a fruit store and restaurant' on.roadway. . F

,. brick ;building of good size to be constructed a very pleasant part of the evening'sentertalnmertf The following letter is another indi- .. The failure was no surprise For the Christmas Fancy Work you will need f
In KIsslmmee on one of the dation of the far-reaching character of v people, as for several
the Kissimmee boosting which is done months past Mr. Wiley bas paid practically SACHET POWDERS
ttyi streets and the
principal Gazette will
,
The reception next Tuesday night will no attention to his business.. It
'move in as soon as the place, is ready. take the form of a Christmas tree the by this paper: is urderstoodthat the liabilities amount
a'J' J : I Editor' Harris and his associate get out admission fee being Christmas Fairmont. Neb., Dec 18. 1911.. to between $6,000 and $6,000 with We carry a- full line of the most delicate

.' ?lout a;; mighty fine paper every week gift costing not more some than ten cents. Editor Valley Gazerte. about $4COO......ta.Butter' and lasting perfumes. .;

and Jt| la with pleasure that the Times- These will be placed upon the tree and Dear Sir:-Enclosed find $1.00 for and eggs have reached the \o \ .

:: ,Union notes Its prosperity and the prospect distributed by lot, ,This unique entertainment Which please send to my addressthe high water mark in New York eggs o e* o .:33;:: o :XjA.: .. p : 3AR:: : 2A0-Y.: r ,
f, 'of ita moving shortly Into a Gazette one year.' I also want to thank ranging from 48 cents to 75 cents a
", commodious new will no doubt prove to be very you for the copies you have been sending dozen retail and butter 40 cents to 50 .
; and more home.; -Timeev enjoyable..The hostesses will be Mrs. to the fellows whose'-names I sent cents a pound. Still higher prices are : .-'

? I'I Ualoni,. ; Pfann and Mrs._ Mc?b.tter., ;yo u. aa it gets them all Interested In feared.. About the same; conditions I
Jfc"A I' Florida. Yours very truly, prevail here-in Kissimmee, 'with eggs

"Carus Osceola and, Hernando nouns 'W.'L. EGCUESTON ..a. at 46 cents and butter' the same price.
Why I located., We need >a lot more industrious bens
I 1 ties are furnishing free school boob to
for :
Candies Christmas
' Stockholders' Meeting. around Kissimmee to..meet such a.con- '
% 't-, the children of those counties,"remarks Editor Vane'Cuette.; d tion as this., ,

s\ the "Lakeland' Ne..... "They" say the 'Pear Sir;-.Smce my return', from our Notice is hereby given that the regular : .. .. ) ar.t
'. .tem'works' beautifully and that the annual conference I have been frequently annual meeting of the stockholders: ::To .t'least partially meet the demandfor I line ".Lowae Cs diet b Ckrisbaai
irk, JI.' of,the State Back of Kissimmee will boxes inthe nostofflce'a' new tier Extra free ( large boxes, ,
;"'expena> to thy taxpayer Is a great deal asked why I located. Mn< order to answer be held in the president office on of boxes is being installed In'the apace aJae..a. fiu Ii.a.j ee fecti.aeq Ia ..... ly
k" :\) ,leer:than other this question to the Jan 11 the call (boxes.' ".
' by any plan. Free general publicI Thursday; 1912 at the hour of formerly occupied by." ; '

t .' \ail l :.cbobllbooks sounds good to us, and un.tiI ask for space In your.columns.. 2:52-2t m. ;N. B. CARBON The rapid Increase in' population has "1 :Ckristaa*'p estaL .aaJ.Static ety, Florida View Cards, Soda;, ,: i : \
to all ,
I Cashier. made it utterl.lmpoaalble supply .
\ :11q W shown: bettor) we are Inclined I' In order.,to'provide' for m y.house I ; the applicants 'and 'the new set will J' tiCgari ua To.ceo.. .' 11 ,: r
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I 'Ito the I '" The :have school 'grades;The ... "',...' f .
s? favor :.propoelfaon. argujment must a of" 12 ., ,. .-N : probably not meet the. prevent demand. : ' '
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:"1-' a*teen,raised that the free book 'WOrlrtcrWhJehr."w.app, bi a A new telephone directory: is. now beIng There U- no'.other ..pace ?/.t present ;;t. <:<:v ;:To.n.Fhtresr J. ,;. W FiimMb.H'; WTiA m MerryC4ri.tm.s .'b 7 '

< 4 plan! jrouM bea.burden .upon certain school of> only 10 'grades.,; I would not prepared for the printer and will be available for boxes, however. and aom. 1'10&f. 'V"._. .
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,(:':.' ;taxpayers while many1 hundreds or thou'aaodajof therefore be able'to provide for my own Issued about the ant of the :year'. Parties of the dozens of Applicants until will,', probably ; .. ., ' .. ' j .... ..
have to wait awhile/ vacancies : ""
'ib- eJ.iib* .. i&f .' taxpayers house the placeto which I was ap: expecting to have ,-phones installed 'TRESS: 41 '
r. occur I in the natural grdey. MRS"sour: ;': Broad w" ; ,
are requested to see me at once so that ) : ,. if.t.Jo
handed'JbJeia'gpdt ay:
for The
i c.;' ,would U ,.byowners. pointed.-- scriptures _say-\1f; : any their names and numbers can be placed 'ilrat: ''m:: 0Tabn: :authoriD.ibi.Vall. ; ; ,

:; prop tt7i! .v The'.matter; .Is:open provide not for bis own,'and especially .on the new list. ''''I. <- ;' ' ., Uazette to say that, she will l do- :.- ".. ,". ,,"',. ' "': '

a' '.,"''j <'ij to'JdMibw.ion'traerUnlo6;: for those of bis,own house, h.:heth.de- tl1.2fi Lr.I/ ; .BEEI.Airn'Idanagii:, ,' nate \he'1 use. 'pf. ,:her'.orange grove..on. :1,
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l'r :ni6 K'SSmo 1 i (Y@I@ uoaztc, .:O.t.MM one
,'h.Christmas. at. Dum.... .../,V4tbl4tMiepes I a ****; resldestt of. this cityhas ..

,,,, ";, ..,, Tgt.EPNONS1iN0:11.w Bryan"and V'lndma'JI1- been elected mastfv-Df tfcw Masonic: 'r' ,. -,- .' ,- '. . ..
i' 1 ler Berta lodge tn Gre.nviU.;:Miss.., 'His"present tt"1: \ : ': or 1' ,.....' jt-; .... '\ '" \ > "'" ....... .. j''.I.,.'.*] 'If, .
are expected home the \
from .State
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PUBLISHED RY . _
E\ ,, IpAY8T I Female home.;, Mr. Rose i is brother Capt. I t. ..,,'/ ,
CoUeflat'Tall.bule.., to spend, R.} E."RQeer'of thls "gityh: vthe present .
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the ,'' ,
holidays
sUte chemist. I : )/ .
h"W.. ..HA'.e.' f ,; : '- ,
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r -' j 'Mr:Lava'rYoung'anc family:' and: Mr; Capt.' R. .A. Shearer t vrecently. 'of \ ,. ; :..., :,,': ," \',': \t :
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rt't ..,.,.... I W W. Harpefand1 family came to.: the Iowa, but \now. .f St.'Cloud."audMr... I 01 ,\e: .""""", '"< ... Ii:": K.18" 'II' -- G"E'M" .. ,. ."
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I city this we.k. driving fromljejayettQ.. Michael Hilti were in Kissimmee Wednesday < f. "''' "'1""" '. \ ; .

'feather Report They; will eesidA bere.r! .' ; from the Wond.r.JClty* looking "f' \' "-\I!"'; .. '' J" ', .. '\ \, "
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L Christmas J sermon &y"tl pastor and., over some city" property which they :.,. ., "1ri'i: . , :
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.' duet by the Misses Harris Christian own here and. which they 'are thinking .. \ .. ... I '. t i
at the ( : ." . i ,' "
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'' 'Folio wing"are.the s.111.tem"" church ;Sunday; morning The I, "Improving. I. ,I" ,, ," . '.....,. '" I", ,' ?' ;..,,:.. .
:4,{t '. p'er'atures and precipitation1 at church welcomes: all. Cot: W;'B,'Crawford'jefti' .'y yesterday t. ."" ; 1t: ;"..J-I'V. "I'"L"'L' '. T.so.;r.., ,"'.- .; ''p .
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reported by.'th. Governmentstation Mr.'and'Mrs.-H, A. Boljon.ot Onondaga. for Tallahassee to'spend Christmas I '. ... ...."' . ,.../.J. . : ," ,''. " ' I' "
with his. parents, Hoe-'and /Mie..H. .. .......,10. .. \ ,, "' :; t';: J'. Rdry.ex '; .i :f',"
ti.: Y. have the ; "
.arrived in I
at'XIIIIQtmH (.J,
'for city
.theweek . '
I rr' Clay; Crawford, after ,which he-will L -, '' 1, : '\, ,: ', A. ,.I . 'r. .
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to \ '
the nil .
spend and : .
winter are ; ; ; ,
7 ending Dec;.. 21. 1911.; with Stopping make.a business trip-to New .Orl.... ., : ;L
,. 'Ma.Ru..ell, on Main'street.Rev. .. and .. foI/I ..i '. ,'," 1 ': '
- probably go Texasbefore returning '
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,:_ I MAI. I rnry's.nr'I'; '" .; David D. Kldd will bold services'In , home.," --f '"" I' {
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/. Friday. 81 ''70 the Episcopal >church: on Sunday:; i ; slxty.three= orengo'and grnpetruit''groves: within! the immeFourteen -.
\ : .a.r H., >Get our rubber stamps make ui shipment : .
next. ..
Morning Prayer. Sermon;,;:and i .
diste vjcln f ,
i8 /r', Saturday84 71 ,. ?. Holy I Communion..at 10:SO,o'clock.. ; "sales will of fruits vegetables... Produce Our :.. > ''C r .. ," .. -, ' ....' ".' ,yt M ,
., . please you.Peninsular .'
J: Sunday. ..n. ,78.63 ;,15' I I '

: 0 '.Monday.. ... . 78 57 ,.65 business A good for well sale I established:> Co,, Jacksonville.-Fla. .; .i':5O-tfKissimmee :. ,1. .These. ::pcovolhe:valuooff. .o t baud.. : ', ": ''' ,>" ')" 4 t

,: Tuesday::.'. . ..,, 73 67 .... Apply .m.rcantll.1:, is shipping; by' the ear- J. ,"" ,' f' '' ." i
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Kissimme.-Fla,, .. \ ,
\ 1 load .. .., ,. , :,: .::.: :..., . '.
: > citrus fruitsveg.tablesaand fleb, any---c--'Jo '' 'r.' '- - '' '- -- ,'--'"- r- --. .
:Wednesday.76" 64Thursday ;78 / !; ?w.- .. '. "
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Mr.' > : and Is receiving bjrthe carload lumber .\ : ,. ,., , ',, ; \ S. "
B. Aultman
',1 .78. 64. .' t rett 1 r. ." .... .j. , .. .. ;\\"I:' ; \ : !A
\ -T ';I9 cay night from his grove atThonbtoo-: building materials'" 'groceries' and-dry : !!( : '*'.t. J' 1"' .t'-I... \. I,,'

: " . ....L Fruit packing is in progress In I goedaA fair exchange nov jobbery : ; :lakes=within> ii8V:nft''Ii.t; ;: ;;"I'I. I
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it all to' make Kissimmore ,
the grove, three cars a day being shipped and helps Busy. Iii" .

" out. -, '"i t I mee., Fro.perous.S.: ; '- ;" '.;. ///This..makes 'boating and'fishi. tK:hood., J>,:. > 's ,

< > Mr. A. F.' Rush and wife arrived': in ""Mr.. .Warden'. King'' has 'moved his .' )!"t ,' '" ' ,. *)') it\\'
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//9 r1ri; this city from P.toake1''," Mich. last family! horn Rabbit Island to. this city \ : :t t-- '"1'" :,: ,1. ,,: ..
1'l LOCAL FlfLIX weefc: and are stopping with Dr.. winD, / buwill, continue to operate hie.track \ : \\1;" ,, :, i,:, ',,.,J.. ,, ,. ', ',;' ,
Mr. Rush ill already a propert1''. holderin i garden Oft'., the island, wherehe now ,-. ''J' .'.'; '1$( \ ,'0'"J,\, .." '1<'4//i'" .'I J1I"" 1 ',. '' {' ; : '.' I
. .a. \ ",' , '; J- '1"( ". ;'..< t -1.. '.,
,\ this city.: \ has seven acres of fine beans and pep il : ; >I" ''ff: .,'" .,,j'" .\ I'

'. $., \ cashier pers.. He expects to Increase,his,acreage 't-Lake-frontkome. :: sltes'wlthlu, one. quarter.l"tul.Je'of'Rallway: ?; ,
Mr. FJ.. Gr.lrOl'J't" and local t
In ;
the future.
41i manager for the Alabama Paving Company near, 1 v 'Station.. \"; *..T'v-/ ,I'< -* ',.' ,y'M'V'; >. !;, W' ; .,'i.', /'""" w'

,' armed in'the city' Monday to Rev. SSz; Snyder, ; pastor of the I
tBoard of Trade Monday night. look after the paving contract-which Presbyterian church "preached a special ", This'makes pleasant surroundings.' V- ;;"2-:::,) !--w:; :; : :. _

hit company has with the city...: missionary sermojvSnnday morning s l >. .,, $. ,f .
in the Interest of the:, Chinese. A liberal ( ' ,( ' .j ..
Don't forget it. Board of Trade ;
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Miss Lillian Harris is expected to ar contribution to meet the present \ i.* s' -' t. *' i'. \ '

Monday night rive in the city this afternoon 'from imperative needs'ot the Chinese missions ot" .<. ," . .. '.I .
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: Spartanburg S.,c. to spend the holidays '- . 'I. 'I \ .., \
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Mr. C. D. Carroll baa returned} from. was made by the congregation. 'I ...
a trip,to Georgia. : with the family of her brother >Ve 'would like for' to' all ;rou' .s.i
W.lB. Harris.: A prominent local property owner you, see /this-if' :,"want" ; i thing' 'f

Tampa Tax Collector Tuesday. C. L. Bandy was In Mr. E. G, Waterhouse of' Conneaut; was heard to say Tuesday would night 'thatthe him s beher than'the ordinary.-:! : ': ; '; ; # . *,v t -''" > '--V'--. .
street cost .
paying "
: Ohio arrived in this Hewill
city Friday. .
'and ', '( 'i: .11
he had voted tor rt
11,200but was .
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in boxes remain here all winter, at least, .
Cadet hosiery atDann' '' , .1
it carried it would increase the
glad ; as . ,
and make Kissimmee ,00
..- 61-2t probably home.-will his value of his property more than $1,200.. ..

Mrs t. W. Hill of Nat coossee, -was permanent f This is the sensible view of the matter. I // '* *': '
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' "A thing of beauty I.-.JOY forever. \ \ ,
in the Monday.
city
The Nelson '' detail
If it's inside decorating Write for book describing It'in
or painting, see ofCbattanooga.Tenu. . : ,
It meets Monday nighL. Yep that', Green. He guarantees. Will call and W. U.McAllister """ ti.
',!It,' the Board of Trade. give estimate free. Box 139 or phone on twenty acres of land in Park Gar k | tGemlland ..
60. 47-tf den. Mr. McAllister says there will bemany .'.., .
K. : Mr. Stanley Bullock is 'home' from other people from Tennessee to r

,Fellsmere for th. holidays.holiday. Mrs. J. J. Whidden of Whittier, was locate in Florida, and he believes that t
't in the city this week for medical treatment when they.. Kissimmee they will seek
I :) Mr. Charles Lilley; of Elba N. V.., returning home on Friday. Mrs. no further. :

I, tl-, Jsjnjthe!! city for the winter. Whidden was accompanied to the city [Lake; : 1 eomaffl) y
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by her husband. -Miss-Annie Mae- Bates --who--for-the |
Rev. J. T. Baxter?of Chipley, was past several! months was connected with

y calling on friends here last week. Mr. J. W. Dobbins of Enumclaw, the Kissimmee Model laundry, resignedher .' '' , .' "." I"' ,I"'''' .'"...'' '.. _. ,..,
Wash., painter, paperhanger and decorator position in that concernlast Satur- J. It';' ,' ,I .
'r' Buy the old sort a box of sox: for arrived E. MATTOCKS, Pr s. &,Manager I fI: :.
.Christmas. Get em at Dann's. 61-2t has in the city and expects day. She'left Monday for Ocala, whereshe t < ..- "
to locate in or near ssimmeeand will. spend the holidays with her ;v ' .
./ IOlnto-!>ulln...., after which she will to '1 J.r I .
b. mother go KISSIMMEEeVFLA
Mr. .. Moon is at home from the ; .
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Tampa for a visit to friends.:! . .'i, :r.. "
State University to spend Christmas. Messrs. Victor Hill Nelson Makin- : . ' .. .. ,. ,. /II"
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son, Don Keep Laurence Carr and A small audience heard and '
r C.: 'Mrs. W. B. Crawford is spending theiioUdays enjoyed ... .

with relatives In.Pensacola,. Roy Carr arrived this morning fromPorter' the musical program given- by thee music .. > ........ .. ",, '. .. ,.' ". ,.. "
Military Institute, Charleston pupils of trip 'OsceolHigh School -- --' ';;: t"..'" "i''fJ' 't4-,4r'';; :, : ;.or ;>

Mr. Lee Jarrell is at home from the S. C., to spend the holidays at home. tn the Auditorium Monday ught. The ... -
:State University to spend the holidays. program as published in the Gazette M. t

t The Bureau of Entomology at- Orlando sit-week was followed and the young ,. ,
A. Mrs. S. H. Bullocleouid Mrs. (W. J: has received a shipment of the ladies gave a very creditableperform- : '

k .-F( G. Carr were shopping in Sanford this white fly parasites, which come from ance. \ .' , .. '.. '
I Tweek. 1.County India. They will be distributed! throughthe '

orange sections in the ,spring.. Mr. C. H. Funk has" shipped :over , ,
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Commissioner Ackies Bass oft 7,000 boxes of oranges this season and ..' J, .
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Peghorn. was in town on business Mon Mr. J. A. Barclay, of Sioux City has averaged over $ .26.a box on the ' .\.f
day Iowa, has purchased property at the trees. Mr. Funk says that the Citrus "' .

corner of Rose and Bryan streets: form- Exchange is the cause of the high prices : ( ...... .. '.1.
Why don't you set yourself up to anew erly occupied by Mr. M. B. Canon. It received for fruit this winter, having

: suit at Dann' t 61-2t i will be occupied by.Mr. Barclays son. held the price 'up by its strict. enforcement '. '. .

the of.the green fruit law.According -' .. '. o. I, .t II.\ _,
t'The Osceola High School will close The Christmas exercises of Methodist .. \ .

its sessions today for a two weeks' holiday Sunday' school will be held on to the 1911 census Osceola .10 ,' , .
'Itt
,, ; ; Monday night Whether the service county bad the smallest negropopula- ... i
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illj'i
I Will be held at.6 or.to. 7 o'clock: .has not
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tion with In the state. .
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Miss Ruth Butler' is Jat. home from one exception : "I .
V-1 i '
yet been decided, but will be announced > ; ,
The is smaller than ,
exception a county
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: Stetson University to" spend the nolii ,
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."'d.ya. 'H '. later Osceola. Jacksonville I has more negroes ><(v. : ;

1(,; '''.. \ / 1 ,. ' I Mr. J: E: Mattocks,- president of the than whites. The negro population ,.'. \..1 &. '":'
'Missl Vivian Le. is'at home from Lake Gem Land Company left Wednesday of the state in ,1910"comprised 'L., ., ,' ; ,.f
., 'Wesleyan Female College to spend. theholidays. with a party of prospectors- for per cent, as against_ !43.7 per cent ,in ." \1 'r. ,i. : I I'S "

.. Lake Gem Villa to spend a few days J I ,

The meetings are not long- but theyare showing. them the beauties of. that sec I' Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Barnhill l and son,

.t: very important. Board of Trade tion. Mr. M. E. Barnhill!, arrived in this city I

'" Monday night. A recital will be given at' the school 'Saturday from Marshall, Mo. They & . "

'Ladles':: button shoes," in black auditorium tonight'by tne younger pupils I have ceme" to make this their home.
high Mr Barnhill and family spent the win-
of Miss Fannie Lowe. A most -
interesting
!\and: tan, at Dann's. 51-2t has been arranged ter here two years ago and were so .

it ,!\"Mr J. C., Griffin has just completed and the public program-.is cordially Invited to greatly pleased with that they made and ltiIUrJ'OundmR' 'S "ff: r '
country arrangements
.building attend the recital. -Admission{ free. "
,,m. 'I ; a fine delivery wagon for Mr. ,to move here. .'' ,
R.--0V '
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Waring. ,
WI ,"' Local packing houses are workjhg at \\.o!'
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. -""'Niagara Maid" silk gloves-nuf-sed. top speed to get the fruit into the holiday I You folks who have seen the lakes'of .. ',.; ,
t> ', Get 'em at Dann's. 61-2t markets. They expect to get tore tty Switzerland, have you ever seen any T ,. ." I
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j : ir f well cleaned up by Saturday, though thing more beautiful than Lake Toho- "
.1' .:Matters of vital interest to YOU will the rain, which interfered somewhat pekaiiga on Thursday morning so calm i'

, ,be discussed at the Board of Trade meetIng with the. picking may cause some delay.If that the trees on the islands were mirrored (
:>' Monday nigh t. JI' in its blue depths No of coursenever

... you have, property yon desire to yon did, so what's the use of going 4..: .it
'y" 'Mrs.- Harry Rogero of St. Augustine. sell, sea C. Buckets, over Katz's store. I to Switzerland T Y I ,;
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; ;;ls the-'guest of her. parents Mr. and He has had fifty-owe years experience :Mrs. N. A. Ross, of Los Angeles; .' :
Mrs.' 8. L. Lupfer. in Florida, and knows what! the people ., i
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p' .. '. want. ,.- WM tf Cal.. will arrive in the city this evening ', I' #
visit to her sister: Mrs. S. B. "
on ,
Mr. J. M. Lee returned Saturday ,
day night from the Methodist conference -) Rev. Father Fox of Orlando, "will arrive Aultman Mr. J., L. Pherigo..;and her The Land that ,has .f "; A
'* ; at Gainesville.- in Kissimmee tomorrow and will brother, J. M. WiUson. Jr. Mra. Ross ,
\\, ". : have devotion at 7:30 p. m. In the chapel has been away from.Kissimmee for ,
... Ladies' neckwear Bright up to the at the home of Mrs. A. Tress. On Sun ten' ears and her many friends here ,+, .
minute.at Dann's. .. 51-2t.: day morning mass will be said at 8 will be glad to see her again. fulfilled all promisesKissimniee \

-k ". Miss Virginia Tiller returned from o'clock in the Fraternity opera ouae. We have pleased others; we will '"

'" the Tallahassee Female College today please Ship us and .
rJ ; ; you. oranges grape
: of Offer-
Mrs. Davis
and-family,
; for the Christmas holidays.MrsTT. . Eva fruit.Peninsular Produce Co., Jack- i\
.' man, Ga., who'heve been 'Visiting her ronville, Fla. 60-tf '' : v
'., ,: :: E. Collier l left Wednesday forjLanrens.'S. brother Mr..' Roma Thomas have t "" ,
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!! c. where she will spend started to their home, intending to The street leading to the Aultman j
c'" . the holidays with relatives.t .' visit a short time err route at the homeof gardens .is in very- bad condition, .and , I Ii
I her brother, Ira Thomas Orange. at' least two occasions auto partie.Ine' 1 1i
: on
,
"'':7::1 MUs'Marian -i I" .. ,'-,
Sargent left yesterday: Center. +< to view.this showplace of Kissimmee :
.' f tor> :her home at.Avon Park to.spend have become "stuck" in the i t 'I ,

T. ,;the holidays, with her family. Just tor exampleyesterday'1 there sand. Mr.: Aultman cleared the streetat '- \
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in the Kissimmee 75 .
were yards some "
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his ., and It should be ''':'
ii ,t/ \ ,tt.i" 8-U' Co. Not bad for of 8600people "
Kissimmee Drug cargoes. so a town our visitors beshown what Klsslmme'e \:, ./ ;
.especially. there are usually will .
,
ff/t./ -f Pretty wet, this week. Still it beata . soil do. ,; '
at least that many fears' In Busy KIs- : I ',1 .
;.. tc'.,/ snow,,and ice. Just ask aom.of.th.. immee.. Work'was: ----t "" : : -- \. '_ .. .. /" ..1"( '" t't
f Mwcomers from the North. i hominencedWedn..daq on
:. ? .1li.* $* '** -'" "'' The Florida Educational Association/ the locks at South port: by a crew of ..{ .

, :,7,Jif ,. The Christmas.xerciseh. : of the Pres- meets In Jacksonville I ec. 27Spe. men working for the Southern : Colonisation I -" '" .. I ....:; "" r" . -bt.", 'l. \ 3i
,'. "-3byterian Sunday school will be held on cial rates on the railroads! -make this a Co.,;. Captain Johnson's boat, the J', 1 ,I ,. .,) ,> .I'
I J i''
. 'r ('\\o f.';,;(t ttandanee upon the Board of Trade this :section which to has enjoy been the arranged'splendid for program the The work as a to houseboat be done for will the require workmen seven -: -, i 't. ';; r'.. t iM r

; (!J :'meetmrs iron. unfailing sign of .local .meeUn&i jx "* r weeks,', and ;will -probablycost "
I patriotTsm. Meets Monday night. 1 '''''I,
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I H i Messrs Leon Fennel and Ellis Crowe had ,Flo ;;' Davis\ Celery of Mobawk"Herk.loser : : ; ; .
fifty-one years experience1' , Valley Land i \
"r.a are now conducting the poolroom of R.Butler idaand knows what kind ofx coonty.N Y.. arrived In the city eomipaiiy: :
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\, ::":1i: ...A.:.. ;1'D. '",.'Langlohi I arrived last' see him;.i it will pay yon., ;,,.. .&0t(: his aoaLMr./ :M,'D. Caster at the corner 1 t 'J'. .. C -, k tr f ? ": '' r:1.: .:. 1 . >1,'",: ., '. ) ra<<:
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"ktii't' from:Chicago and will spend the Mr:F.' K. Bennett and wife,.of Sparrows Mr.1 Casler is greatly the '.;, . : ,11.' B.BoucK ResidentyManager "tt;:;'r \ at, the borne of Capt. Johnson: attractions I ; '' "
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last year' ;yet she' claims to Bennettwas Jook1ng"over- his orange enjoyable winter.here- *- ;.- 1' c 'I \01. / ;.
'.t''} rt: of bouse Florida groverecently' planted at'Klssinunee "- >. ;" .' -, { ", 'i'' ; ,\, 1' 'v '
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wort- Later in the week he': accompanied'Mr : Produce Co.,,'-Jacksonville, \", .,. !N; ,!,-1. ..}L .. \ '1" 4 f .i. "
; ?' :' Read,"and" little :'son, 'of ; ;J:' E.' Mattocks to Lak. ....... Satisfactory sales.-nd prompt .... ;" ; "' '. \.. "...'t' V '..I..i !: 'H :i'u

:'j k':Ei.'rn mee; will arrive 'in the city nextand Gem('Villa and was so well pleased with turnaJ'. ', : ;, 66-tf r'r I 1- "\J.v"'n".r. ..{". :,L,,," -p.. '-L..L.:: -'_ y ', ,1. "<< ": J.' ,'"yh.,: 1;

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mother., MranEUa jl are bought a tracts there He'expects 'to I .

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SCOTLAND; .
WITCHCRAFT IN ;(
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A GRUDGING
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the Meb In 1705. ,1 Much 'depends, ca ,d>* 'Way: a' !" }iI ,)
a\ Jljfe of' Outlaws' in.Motion Pictures M rr...
f That belief la witchcraft and brutal: 'thing i ia dona. Aa act whtch mi. I ''II "<' .

'w .\ Tuesday Night treatment of alleged: wltcbe one be taken a* a kindness a* doa'in .' ; : ,

x : Everyone of,you have "read,, of 'the loomed large In.Scotland 1* shown la generous spent, 'wtea done in'agrudgiag ;' . ,. .;. ;.e . ,. .... :
1.1 daring explolti of the.James boys that Stewart Dick' 'The P.re&Dt."of, the ; spirit may be feb a* bsnh' ,
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1 Missouri the civil war Forth. la 1700 PttteDweem1De4 ::" : .t\\: ,, : : i.y;
1'jnfnted' ,during. and even crueL When Ben JooabaUy + \? : s
Unenviable notoriety from a series of i :
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and for year* after You have read of; ffl in the ,; '': a'f.to""h'e" '
:5.P(,1 prosecBtloa' ot old women: and the poverty king seat boa. t' : "' : \
11' './ brow Samuels the stepfather' of; : \ ; ,
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Dr.
pamphleteer*'' of. ,the day' ".re"ltept" a. p.Itry aDet.aae. act .mp.nied by .! ,
r J'f'- "J'...., and Frank James.was' almost busy on both''81d.. la'defending' and a gratuity: 'The study: ,pain i stricUa .; . ..... ", .I"(\_:Jl"',.". ., ... '.. ... '( .),.' .. .. '.. ....r.OJ'I I- ', j' 'r
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forced; to' say that\ha was a. iympatblcer denouncing: f poet'l reply Will 1 ;auppoe* b* .'. .
of the'.South when approached TIle author say: ti f"s". If\ "\ . :.t:: :;
; this becauM 1 fir in .' . .... __ ) ... .. < "1"
). r::Jt:>y the-Home'Guard at msshome\ and -at *eem* that t; blacksmith on1\ seat me an aOaj. I'' "' r -'kr.L.: : "':' ':' ;, -I. ,
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c i ,..of,hie determination to outwKthem: by Patrick Morton, being taken Ill declared TeD bun his soul lire in aa fly.. .'. i I h I
"" that be >was bewitched and onUs Sejnud Smile*. ,
r .ticking staunchly to -hi* firrt toryLthat i\; . ? '
of old
Instigation a number wom- I .
J he was not sympathizer. C ouhr "
..bar read of how he escaped with m en were thrown -Into prison. Dallied
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: ;wife and Children to a place that offered by the magistrate and -ministers of Old newspapers for sale at. this officeat "' ', : ,< I 11yesir
and tortured their
the town by day by 20 cent p.r 100. f' .
after .
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shelter from their attacks I e
.better .
( i guard* by night who never let them ,
:they had whipped young Jesse brutally sleep, opt kept them awake by prickIng ,; ,
: fnd; had' wrecked their; home. You thenHwlth pins, theee miserable -

\ ihave also'read of what expert shot ,old women ere coon Induced. to ,
making
Jesse became. If .you have not you tees aDyth1n& are : special prices ;
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:are .not posted in literature. If you ") n. woman tn particular Beatrice :

J Jiave, 'you will reins!:e*r that in the Layng, bad been shi led out by Mor- Healthiest Place In Florida C ", II
i ton for his special > ance. tie
j early days and during. the latter seven- eng
aid that the came asking him to Watches for Xmas. .
ties there reigned in our midst one of make some nails for her. He. believing JUST TEN MILES OUT OF TAMPAOn I on ,
5 /the most daring. bands Of outlaws that '.
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< / they were for tome evil' purpose the Seaboard : .
Southwest. They '
'infested
\ .Wre the James boy and their band i
muttering Imprecation When he fell NORTHERN SETTIEMENT
:.who for several years were headed by ill abe was beard to Bay 'He mlcht Farm. Groves and Winter Hornet S.
,:3uantreU, the leader of a band of blame his ane tongue for his III. On ,

1.guerilla. this tissue of trivialities she was Imprisoned Address More than 200 .
r l.' The life of the James boys from their and practically under tor. J. E. SNYDER LIMONA. FLA. < patterns in '

,t.. early childhood to the death of Jesse ture she acknowledged to the minis-
and the pardoning of Frank by Gov. ten and magistrate that she had '

..Crlt'tenden of.Mllsourl, will be shown made a wax Image of Morton and ++++i ++F F'+n++++ttt+++ I
I 'At, the Opera House Tuesday, Decem tuck pin In It. Gold and Gold filled to select : :
"After a long period of judicial bullying -
ber 26.There. 'ii'ii"u
she was set free or. In other : ; TlElRAYSTONEi ;
I are 130 scenes in the picture .
word, banded over to the mob to i ytr: :
,. 4. ;md 3.000'1..t( pf film to be seen. The work their will on.her. Hanged on a nom.

\ ,reproduction of almost every act of rope between a ship and the shore //U.I TNI TEAS ,
''their [from'the; ,time they became out- she was pelted wjtjj. stones till half t !
\ 'Isws to the death of Jesse {will be dead 'and finally pressed to death under 2.50 to 3.60 per day. .
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d' .) \fchown:, and you will see bank and train a door. It seems that In those Special by week or month. t I .

Y robberies) holdups daring rescues, days no one was safe against the N. W. THURHIII, riop. ..D. PORTE, Up. I ;
a"thrilling almost sort wildest accusations which might be ,
and : .)
escapes every :r+++++++++++++++' ++++++++++ I. .
1 !'bf scene that will Impress you favor- brought against him.

IX H;;, !'ably. If you miss the picture you will i

'Jle| |tone of the losers, for people are I SASH WINDOWS. "

t '>Koing mad over it all over the country., Invention CHRISTMAS Let us show them to '
Probably a of the you.
t i 'Remember, this Is a motion picture .
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, eon i tizigrt, >f 8,000 feet of film, andfnoti CANDIESThat
'I dramatic with a.black The history of sash windows is somewhat ,
i a cheap company
obscure, but the probability Is A !
bearded vllllan and a few "super all are fresh and good, '
that they were a Dutch Invention and
Apnemben of the band, but actual in boxes and in bulk.
that they were Introduced Into England I
.' :reproduction of their lives and many of
"I aoon after the revolution of 1688.
DELIVERY: ANY HOUR
<'the scenes are actual. *' I The derivation ot the word "sash" In

;YouwIH: also see thetragtc: andignojininloni this sense la the Dutch "...," a .Iulee-
; ]death of-Jesse at the. hands of old English "sase. In Queen Anne' C. W. GriffinNorth ".

'JJob"F rd, ,onTof: his trusted 'band; reign they-were-yet *o comparatively. Kissimmee. Phone'8.I C .
Jesse the tore uncommon a* to be mentioned as a
t" /while was hanging up Jpic ,
1 '.of/his famous! horse. You will see pedal< feature of -houses tbat were I C. A. C 0 L. E

.every .cen.' In detail Don'tmia| it. advertised a* "to let." In the Taller

''JU; I II the chance of a lifetime. Adcnls- for Instance, No. 178. May 27-30. 1710. "

'-ion 10 and 20 cent there 1* this advertisement: 'JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST '
4 "To be lett. In Devonshire Square IBOrida: ,
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near Blshopsgate a very good Brick I Grower | -

House of 8 Boom of a Floor and a : '
,P. .GCTr GOJJIX PRICES good Hall, with very' good light and 1'0't".k.... and fnflt ............. For IIlolki ....''.-.. ,
s I who want to know about Fior.Ida
1, dark Closet, the whole House being Weekly ".00 per rr; month- .
t wen wainscoted and sash'd with 80 ly. ate. Nand toe (for a ten Untie trial
i7us( ::Year's Crop Vffl i i. Bring $150- .ubacrlptloo. Siuppr.'' Brlfht.dun.I .
and .
fr* Bash Lights, a very pleasant convenient 'II ,
+ :000 More. ",Than. ,Last Offlce below Stair," etd. THE FLORIDA. ROWER -
From. England they passed Into 800 Florida Av...., Tampa, pla. t'
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'.,... the first''car'of Florida.fruit J
I i r rent tloridathU Franca. where the first to put them up 4 4r $1a ,if you subscribe now.. $1.50 after January Istlv'
of '
; out ": seasonJthere wa Marshal de torge at his new" r ; ,' .
)has never.been a minute when thejmarkets house at Montmartre. Speaking, of .
;of the North have beenjln such this-Lister In 1000 writes In his "J ur-

condition that an'order. etopJsb pj,1ng ney to Parts "We bad the good tor-
.Was necessary. In other seasons i it:has ton here'to.find the marshal himaaif.He .
Ie .beeni. found necessary'tofshutdown" :: showed us his'ereat'sash window, '11 .

many Exchange. packing house before how easily they might be lifted up and
down and stood .t- height, which
any
1'' ''thl time'of the for periods ranging '-
year
contrivance he said be bad out, ofEngland '"
froma'day or two to a week or r
by a small model brought on
Moore., and' to:ask independent shippers purpose from thence there being nothing YES theCOLD J

iE .''riot< to end orangis to market until of this poise In windows In France ,
'Condition. Improved.- before."-London Standard. '
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iG', ,.en fruit shipments! were all that S -

were curtailed,, and this season only Origin of a Postal' Custom.
:.iout;,,1,000 ear of this class of fruit The steamship Oregon was lost off

,'Went out: ''.. against about 2.500 informer Fire Island .on March 14. 1880. She WEATHER

year; These went largely at was rammed by a coastwise schooner
the,- 'ipense Jof the shipper and! willserve remaining afloat! for half an hour a

; to:cut the number of care still time which made it possible to save
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aboard. When her mall '
10wer'. ext California too. has every person ;
.year.'
was fished up and delivered the pieces "
5 'been disciplined somewhat by the green were stamped with a statement that is HERE !I'

r; fruit aaitatlon'and only 600 cars have they bad been In the wreck-the first-
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a reached 'market. to' far ..where usually Instance of a practice which 1* now
there ar* at least l.OOO' to 1, 500 car Iln employed by direction of the International a

,market by this time. postal union. The credit for

I > Aa result. ,. of these condition the, this simple device 1*' believed to be 1r

''prices' ; thIs:,season for Exchange fruit due to Edward M. Morgan at that
rive at least SO cents a'box time In a subordinate position in the '
)..b !averaged
above the price.obtained day for day a New few York minutes'postofflce work, who wih foresaw a rubberstamp that Are you wondering where you j

!TI' 'last, season. If this ii.kept up during. would forestall an Infinitude of ....
1 'the entire .Mason and Manager Temple -New York Sun.
complaint.
believes, it will be there will be $150- : Can the kind ,of HEATER 1w.

p p,1r X)3) 'more money in"the pockets of the .Turkey W. Qrest. 7,' get :

F growers of South' Florida for the same Turkey at her height was In possession '
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s rr lt'e"en figuring. on the "shop crop" of every famous city of the ancient +

I Buis,.;;, by the world sword except Athens Home.Corinth.She Sparta.held you want, if so see, us ; we have i; ;

:t( ;A'Cooking Feat 'In .th.-..Alr.r Grecian ',Thebes Constantinople An-

n a i ..- cook 4 r otato'pl le at the top of a ttoch., SeJuda, Otealpbon Babylon.ICteereh '
x hlmney;three hundred feet high by Bagdad Jerusalem.Alexandria.Damascus Cairo a big assortment from $1.50 up.
Mecca. JJedlna -
taeeji' of .the, beat generated In the
Xr .Mr** below would *,.m aa impossible Memphis., Egyptian Thebes and '*
Carthage Some were In ruin, but % '
,&uk.;yet such a teat wasou'on.Ocea ,
eloo&cco.mpU.he4 by .John Faulkner. tint Turk: was muter where they bad ,

: w ;famous"a Th.Incidentwa Lancashire Ue'outcome tepj,jack.! of a. been. __ ________ < Also the best'line," of Fire-Dogs and1 e \ : ',

A FraMk Preference. } *
; wager between Faulkner and the manager i *
of a'Manchester a* work, who "Doesn't your, wife want, the privilege '
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4 .' ,..w doubted 'John's '.tat ment -regarding ,of going to the poll and casting a Wire Screens ,:f6r the )fireplace.i&iOMFANY.
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'e' ballot enlightened and raspont .
R-f th4 *1 S .iv.'b.at.' : a* aa _
'. .":. '' tA'iary* Iron ketUet was\ procured. sibl..citlanv7" ; ' ; "
y 1",'I .VTai>4 this, being filled with'a* eary.la.7CredIenU "Ye*,"' replied Mr.; Orowcher.. buthe'd f : A t tI.
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r. rt':*:> aaa''tn: .. stjplatad time, :'t\\It, i'r1._ . J'wager we meet.'. |x>ndon'Telegraph.' ' -* 'i' < 4\ .W" .B.M' /? ;'::KI'I.f''N: : :: : : x : { .., :
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PROFESSION: GreetingDuring
.fARMING get the best results. He should study ,

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the relation that each baa to the different 'l I December's raw and chilly .J : .' ,' :
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choose.Some also have a thorough knowledge. We all should come to the front; -. .. . '
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.t profession they markets and market condition. For in it is the> blessed Christmas, day 4 1
learned
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farm learn of these things L
can some gay.
their fathers putting into practice .
'Ing. by study and practice, but it is better For it was at Christmas time i w
the plan of the father. These sometimes -
? ask how they can make the that he be allowed to attend a collegeor When Jesus was born in a Gallileean I We are prepared with all sorts 'of' useful holiday

.. school that especially prepares for clime, n....
greatest success on the farm. this industry, if the lesson o{ economyis And through His birth which was so articles, such 'as leather handbags, gloves, handsome ? ;

f.'tion 1.;:On, much the farm depends,$ as in on any the other parents.occupa-If welFlearned and the ideals] of the great scarfs, handkerchiefs from 5c to $1 each, sweater coats.,'* \, '. '

farm are kept foremost all the time. Brings glad tidings to everyone in every '
instincts and suits coats
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If'the boy should expect to teach or state
..want to be .farmer, we do not know '
,< edit some agricultural paper or go into And saves us all from an eternal fate. A special line of induces the. .
.:. Of a better profession he could choose parasols new canopy .
experiment work, there would have to But alas I it is only too true
'thAr. that of farming, particularly if and the ... '
top new trimmings.We ',
his father is a farmer and offers him a'' be careful training In college, but the And not only a few .j O

( of the fath- boy we have. been primarily talking For [many .ka per along at the same have silk: hose for '
,//good'; opportunity u some about Is the one who i il to stay on the gait a special line of 'Niagara' ... rw

'E':' ,.fa do. farm and build it up, thereby getting\ i iI Piling up ain at a desperate rate; men and women, in black and colors, just right for gifts. i

:.All.the other professions .pro pretty his livelihood and building up a''bank Linked together with toil and pleasure .

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want now, and a good many that we do | better business than farming, no business And oh, how often in life fancy vests. " '. '

'not want, and would .be the better off that requires higher intelligence, We are overtaken in strife ; ?

without. We have all the lawyers we ". Our line of silver novelties is attractive ; '
more careful study and observation, And then is when we should be steadfast particularly ,.
'Want, and a good many whose room more executive It is not '..''
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their year, and you're sure to find "just the thing" here.
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every' boy who is fit td be a farmer.- And hold out firm to the very last.
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pany.' Chattanooga News. To be sure 'the tempter comes we'reall Don't forget' we have quantities of pretty boxes, ; : ...,
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of; occupations and retook we find 1, Striving 1t aware.to get the largest share . all shapes and:sizes, for doing up the Christmas'gift, also .

no. plca where there is such an opportunity ANNOUNCEMENTSFor Of our service here below tissue paper for wrapping and holly ribbons for. tying. .,' t'1 '
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'as on ,the farts for the farm boy. Now Clerk Circuit Court. To join the heavenly throng on high, , '

;t, as to' the preparation for this business. lb.ecounItb.r.b. of my friend Far, fury;. beyond the sky. '. ",
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t elf a candidate for Clerk. of the Circuit CourtI And when we .think of the home over ..
'.apd very valuable if the boy baa enough .nd for Oaeaola county' at the coming nr>- there :; o'

;0 from/-the being fanning switched! instinct off on to something keep.him Una mary.rapport I the wleh fnrore.M rn to the thank past elected..sad tollcit people I pledre theirraonaVatteaJlon for I their p1.Ilhtol 'the-. We. certainly, have no time to spare. 'S :K t : ATZ'SShipments \.... ,... ':. .. : :,'. " ''fo''f'.' '

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fn agricultural high b.rsbynooene. myeelf candidate for the .
fr ,favored and will in most case oA. .of Tax Aeaeaeor ol Oeccola. ooanty, rab.Jec . Solved. : .. .)1". . _
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be-pretty wall, prepared .for the farm eomln* to pddry, and If e.ett.d 1 .......1., to ... :.{:'
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1f,, '/training in agriculture great possibili lnr L..M. Whidden ft Co. If you desire to

[ : Iti.ue, before him. There i II nothing give a pair of .hoe.,you? make your se LuMen. "' uTl s, MOULDIN ,,"':
a'.:valuable ,for the farmer boy aa the For Superintendent of Public ection.y the bill, and receive a Gift ? ,. '. ,,,,,, ..... I, ,;,

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,ft i enthusiastic.over the subject of farm- hereby .....-."..11 a candidate forth* On presentation of this coupon at the '\. f. ";. \.<.'.0

,s.c, 'Tb. ..agricultural ..*cbool: la ioapirj.4rsyf.nd offloeof Bapcrlnleadeatof Pnblie laatnctioa .tor* the bearer'will' be fitted with the . .,Noil
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rf ( FOVERNQB'y I Exceed former ,Years.Jhe .' Settlement: and Its'Vidfuty.Mrs.T,7 V V !'
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7 S , \'r rn. Born OB a farm.it .. '. demand .rots:Flprkfa .oranges.tor I .: ; << a'"flukey went'Jto:; Tamp} '.j&: ", per line each Insertion, ,' '*r '

.... the.Christmas trade ha been so heavy Saturday ,spend/, week with her: .

re ell* '' ;;Raced Polli' ,C nty,;: the past two' week t.-om'throughout I daughter Mrs..Lewis; and son, 'l'e1T1. '' trFOR r' FOR; SALE-Sixteen' hens and''a'roos',:'.rI: '

i ,",1'l tida;, the'.S Uth' and.the EM: that the growl' Som.'I prominent 'citizens, from i St... OltdJALE:! "teJ'Barred' Plymouth ,Rocks;' Inquire -, n. "\: .

r a hy rK1 .,As toy, worked OB' this ers and shippers are: behind In. tilling Cloud made a trip' to: the island! Sunday r at Gazette offlce. - '52-tf -11';,
s a them, ''saId J. M. Simmons of' the florId and had'a picnic: dinner.; Although the SALE-Thoroughbred Buff Oplngton ;fP
If(fars'picked and packedoranset ', Ceo.:: A. Gilbert.''89- FOR SALE'-Three residences. One la>, I
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r ; J Produce News;Tuesday'morning weather was Eureka addition $600; one In"Lilly's' ',,
, t ,,r J: xx and clerked.' He'said tf&ere were several causes fort an enjoyable time.. A'PAIR of. good: gentl.work 'l bones addition $1,600} .one' inBass' acWl4; ,"t ..4""I

Supported himself ,since ..condition.of the trade: The agittion Mr. J. K. Milliard. and ion. ,Carl for sale ebeap, ,.Roll. Graves.- 26-tf. ,Lion, Company$2,600.1\ Waters" Canon, Cl-tf Grow'eery ,".
r of the green fruit,proposition; the stai ted.Monday on their annual huntIng '

fifteen and helped.otpcn. unusualllong summer and hot weather trip, to. be gone'about }week. FOR' -information SALE-A new,. ,call 6-room at Methodist cottage< I ,TWO very -desirable resident lots"in /

t t Qf 4 Made I nis' way in Law .; continuing' late" into: the; fall; Mr,'and Mrs. O-Ughtsey: are .tay- t.: Parao 8R8"'. 44-tf . Carson addition each 50x164' feet;
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causing lheh citrus fruIt:to be eo much lug ""wi h';.Mrs. ''.Hllllard.... during'their< There are' 13 bearing orange trees on
k' xl'p School ueuat'in'coloring"the'scat'tend absence. '-' V m' FOR'SALE-- hlo Chester White-pis!: these lots under good new fence! ,' "' 'I'
f later than- / ; and female. Apply to'H.. WBoice : I
male .located close to the lake. $360 cash .r r;
r "" Pam Of f the rank and :file and fruit. Jon"the, trees; ,the, scarcity! Mr.WrLyyritherbie,; ; ; and '.tamil7 :. Vine St. and Bermuda Ar. .83tf takes the two. See H. M. Breaker ,;:',

v 't i ::8y" ? "c_ knowV their seeds of help..nd- latest report of,shot' spent; Sunday-with hi. tather,'Mr.;: Ira . j, L...'.. ,.-.. ,, -.&Co. -81-t!,'* ,1-"
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age,of the main Fauaea Wetherbee. J.'n *i TREES '
cars, are ,operating < "J '
1 fruit trees,ornamental trees or shrubbery FOR SALE-5-acre truck' farmwith' /:,
i// v I Comet from Alabama, to bring about the pre.ent'tardyItatu" Mrs.'.-
Georgia,;and South Carolina of of the business. to Formosa, visit her daughter; Orlando, Fla.. and get price. 34-1 price 1500 !half cash.' Address, Owner ,
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i'y One railroad is 500 behlnd'in numb! Miss Irene,.who Is taking treatment .t -Box 466 Kissimmee, Fla 4S-.tf' y,
y, \ nncettry.t FOR SALE- -673 acme of land on LakTohopekaliga <. *
x' "0 ') of' ears moved ,to this date last l yea : the sanitarium., : and Russell. E.. J. FOR SALE-An 80( -acre farm ijf miles :J.

Always with the people The total is probably 1600 short of the Mr. C; H.,. F'unk'and S. F. Fausl Brown. Kissimmee.Fi. 48-tf' from railway station 6 mile from ,,,

i in their fight for their shipments at this time last year of the took their first cabbage: of the season Kissimmee. This' is all rich gray ash' ":
: soil with splendid chocolate C,
FOR 8ALE -On account of illness, I subsoil
and the correction citrus crop. to market Thursday.! < .rich and lies'comtparatively ..
))1 qj rights "* ant torced to retire from buslnesiarid ... productive: land ,
'abuses. The orders from the Southern markets Rev,. J:' It. Wyandt,will conduct. the anvofTerinlr the Home Bakery for level; 20 acres In cnltiva-i, '

k' 1 ; of corporation: are noticeably larger this year than quarterly meeting,text Sunday Dee. .ale. New stone baking room and tion fenced and cross fenced; 6 acres

Will'continue: to be with ever before attributable to two cause. 24. Everybody welcomesFratcrnily 'large oven just added' to plant. A. of orange grove'about 8 acres of fine' ,/.
'ff.. j .., the and prollpetoUtl'condition,of Smith. 48tf large bearing tree..balance younger' : ,
Trammell Item. /growth Han Opera House for Rent. trees; box house of 4 large room., 2:& -4,
t1 t ? PPark: this entire section of the country and ",: FOR SALE;.Twelve acre orange -and porches, good stables, corn cries, 'j' .
.. -" . ,. ':' the! growing popularity'of the delicious.; Sealed bids wH, | .be received for one 'grapefruit' grove;; about three mile and hay mow; surrounding lands sold "J .

Florida orange which ,Is7 coming to'be' I beginning".February 5, 1912., Tru.- from:' Kissimmee, on railroad. Will off by a colonization company at $30 n
: ; year
4V ". 'tThe'People'a Ttneand Tried Friend sell at a bargain. Address W. HArnold.Kissimmee to $35 per acre without any Improve,. '> .*'
; ; recognized everywhere as the queen of teelrelt.I'V.. the right to reject or
: t ', any Fla. 41-t menu; can sell this 80-acre: tract for '}"
i 'i 1 ::1 'r" AS LEGISLATOR for six years and ATTORNEY GENERAL the,orange family, and without'a pee: : ill bids. ,Bids (opened January! 6. 1912. $40 per acre and give terms if necesessary -, :

t' > V ,past: three years*his record will show that, he has been active loyal, The pre-holiday shipping will continue 52.2t .... C., W. DANN, Sec',;; :FOR' SALE.'Windmill and tank, good ; a fine trove can be built up 'i.
4 and untiring in working for: ' - a few days later than usual, in order to as new.. M.... C. V. Bearden. 37 tf, her with but little expense 26)) acres: ,* 'J

i a fh 'The Interest of all tne people-the farmer. the shipper, the fruitgrower take care of the Christmas orders, and QirisUnas Goodies. being ready for planting now., i. ,*3 r
merchant the earner the cattle man. FOR SALE-Two yoke well broken oxTO. A 40-acre( tract of land 1 mile from rail4 ,
r and trucker the wage .
in timeto
i'i # ; vocations. get then delivered if possible I have ordered a large stock of candies J. W. Miller. 46-tf way station 2t miles from the city. '\ t
F I and many,in other satisfy oTd Santa GUi .. limits handy to marl ; !f1 '/
,1 the School., notably the country schools. nuts and fruits for Jthe holiday intwo20-acre v
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distribution of taxation. packing houses will close I.t- most discriminating In that line. Be wagon for sale at a bargain; lettered, all '
tr lower through a Just essary; good land lies comparaVl 4
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i Soldier. and stock before tlvejv level not expensive to In
I The Interest of the Confederate lure see my purcha- 139. Phone 60. ,47-tf put
+ !i ;Publicity and strict accountability (tn all l public affairs. days. r iA |C.a] Ing. M. CALAMARAS, cultivation trucking land; this. I. good orange- and ,' '-i

Business methods, and economy in office.. Pleasant Social Event 50-3t Lancaster Building.. FOR SALE:"'Flne collection of different -. 40-acre tract i mile from railway station v. .f,
'and Express'service and lower rates. designs of all kindsof embroidered school and church 4 miles from "
Bettor Railroad ; ,
c / An important social event of las dresses,and waists in silk and wool .j
. of the ballot and cleaft'politics. A want ad. in the Valley Gazette al.rya Switzerlandard'ellthemattactorces Kissimmee; 15 acres in cultivation. V
Purity direct from factory in
r 1 ? 8es to-ll-rea"9OIlable JJm------- '-' .weekwaathelKuse.party) and..rect brings resultsWANTED,, ,- -- - my .-Then.goods . dozen bearing,orange trees, good 4y.room .
VVa tta1thsg af atdpitgtre7tpet tipn at the home of >Mr. C. A. Carson sale December house 2 fireplaces, about 15 acres
1f,,," elimination of all corporation abuses. were placed on splendid trucking land. 25 good forcitrus
In honor' of Mr. James Carson's hunting 22 at Porter &: Son's grocery store
i ' 1 > ;The prevention of monopolies and trusts. fruits; ready to go right onto' ,
party guests Mr. Fort Pipes and' his Albert Bossart, near Shingle Creek
,} --Advancement of the agricultural interests. attractive sister Miss Sara Pipes"whose Station formerly Guice place. 52-tf. and vorjible go terms to farming of payment.; .40 per acre, fa".. '

,;The abolishing of law technicalities and the Court's' delays.'Prompt home I. on a beautiful plantation ANTED -To buy horse wagon buggy FOR SALE Av 5-acre tract, inside. V.20-acre tract of land 2 miles from ..'
4 of claims railroads.For'allowing and harness. W. H. Funk. 62-] t I ""
t. payment by near New Orleans Mias Hughlett of' city limits, with house of small quantities of State land. rich dark soil 16 acres in cultivation .
t.V settlers to purchase and finished In hard oil ;
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Cocoa Miss Crawford of JacksonvilleMr. WILL A.B.. C. communicate with Robert f acres of timber fenced
About 100 hog tight'with
-, V.' V HE, STANDS FOR: .. Tilden of Orlando and Mr. Pelotof Failes. Klssimmee who has: good House citrus'tree.just completed., deep well poultry living waters 2 good wells/ 5-j
'' ::1: z 1 The rule bf the many instead of the rule of the few. Jacksonville. TO. party arrived work teams, 52- tpVANTED young house and park. Fine garden land. room box house good stables and

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The and Reclamation project. ; 2 acre. of ' .
Drainage Friday and were greeted by their localfriends Inquire at Gazette office or ad granary orange \ .
convicts tot .
'Goodroads;. discontinuing' ,lease system .and using most -We have a few clients who P. O. Box 7. 5O-3t 'pressd fine line of :shade trees sucH asHvioak ;'
mak.,1'OIIda., Saturday afternoon at si desire to borrow some money and are maple, cedar magnolia, palm .
& "d', ; Placing,of.' Circuit] Judges and State Attorm I ys back. under the delightful reception. willing to give first class, gilt edged SALE::-Four acres close In; i 8 prettiest shaded place in the country:" '
J : ;.primary. i security with 10, per cent interest: .- acres in sweet. potatoes; 3-room a beautiful country home; will Introduce '. .. .I
Agriculture In the Public Schools.. Death of Mrs J. M. Hugtiey. Anyone with Idle money can find a house. Price, m customer to the owner and lef. 'j:'Lc:
% ''c x The 'initiative" and F'Referendum"and"Recall. ready market for the same and get House of 6 rooms bath-room toilet,, him deal direct. .t-i.)
b ,v Enlargement of Powers of Railrood Commission. Prof. R. M, Evans received a telegram the best of loans that are absolute! kitchen sink .closets and porches. Ten acres: of 'land 1*miles from rsJIws 'tt ..;.t.f
I Increased support to the Confederate home' and liberal pensions. Monday, announcing the death of safe and secure at a, good rate of Interest Shop on |lot can. be" converted Into station Ji mile from from church 200>" a },;
+ r of the tax burden. by applying to The Nelso little Large yards from schoolhouse :
r, Equal distribution dw.Ulngwlth expense on a well tray* u. ;
her home 10
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Bradentown. Mrs. Hughey was a con to*court house.. Price $2,100. fenced? cross fenced; about:onei ,.:
sin of Mrs. Evans, and was also i a BOARDERS WANTED-By the day: *r 8-room hose( and. 8 Iota; size 60x139 third the tract In splendid bearing. '. '." !"I\
r i Former resident of this city where she week; nice rooms with open fireplices .- Price 9600.. Mrs. Mary M. Summers citrus fruit mostly grapefruit some I'#

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..... : friends' out to the bereaved husbandand -Every lady' of the' household 'under fence miles from city. For grain bins, 2 well., 3-room' house '

.' ( I, '.' I... go : ,to try pur''new, V Daisy" Mop \ particulars,', see J. W' "- Goodman Just across, the road, from this prop' ;
r. .children., Wringer and Scrub Brush Hold; Box 93.; 7 5 "
best out. Send 45 cents for Sample -' favorable terms. \\C- t'
: Health A TWO EDGED JOKE FOR> SALE-Pony and buggy, th best :Just the road I
Guard the- Family , Agents wanted. Walter Vernon.Mgr., .tf scroes from this we have 1
Box Sag Kissimmee. 51
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Mt.Vernon Ohio. 61-2tp 2'Z8 acres with wme.JmproYemen;. ;

: M Was. Aimed 'at Eugene Field,.but N FOR' EXCHAMGE i-' Good. residenceproperty worth $25 per acre': l owned by a Kanas. .. ..
Hit Baek. in Endeavor Wisconsin-and party; will de this property pub. l

t i i;'Heihh'i" ';is' rte1cnqansered; by'unsanitary hookingt Eugene ri.ia'showed. utter Indtfer.once : i FOB REST fine Klssimmee.fannlnl'land'residenceproperty.in !Outh Dakota. for Inquire Ject ertv"a ::to .2250 for good Kansas' .,prop.' ,N. :.';

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t V ; chipping off and irritating ,ways neat and tidy, but they were not ler. -_ for sale at prices ranging from 150 to "?;'
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ROOMS TO RENT- Either single oren FOR acres
J 4 tt, i bad not consulted Worth and this 'was Park .Some ?* the* the most desirable lea In'' > .
a .3hp'atomnch. suite;. suitable for light house land in Kissimmee ,: $45 per acre: .
B; *' '*, ,agonizing to at least one of his most keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simp- also house and shop and Tl cres muck Kisslmme for sale. ...
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also have
v {' *, -- beware fashionable friends. named for conveo- son. ; 8-tf and beach,land. Windmill tank, and several residences in KieVslmmee ){;
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If .ba or invalids family a number of orange -
you e.@dren ence.Ur. J. water In the house. Cheap II. sold groves
> #t HORSE FOR SALE See K. E and .truck farms. -. -
j V "x 2>&E cheap cooking utensila'that' crack scale peel off One day la an offhand manner, so at Sewell. at Porter &: Son's.store. 48tf quickly. F.' S. Cahill. 6lgipd] Anything In thfe Investment line desired.\ :,! ,
L lot to be offensive to the poet Mr. J. Nelson Realty C., Kissimmee Fir's
1taiDiah'and''J'' Disease lurk in the worn of him,It be would FOR RltNT.: -Nicely furnished rooms FOR SALE-Flne"home near.the .court Ida. ,::!
inquired wear a .
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silt clothes If be would buy it for ,
( of and cold water kitchen sink .:.. 1kw;
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atee'ind'there 'f further 'd of tainting family on Church street. Kulp '
;::' : nger klm. Contrary to expectations Mr. : 88 tf large'hall, 7-foot porches; barn, buggy '
\ i Field that be would be toe ____ MISCELLANEOUS :
risks with it. replied only hed, chicken house and good washhouse
take
food.: :Health l. ,,ii too piecious 'to FOR RENT-8-room house close In .atl ',
mulberries
Clad to accept the suit and wear It. ; 2 deep wells; 1'1jJj;
k ',. \ In a fow days Mr.'j.: bad occasion modern conveniences good neighborhood' ;; plums 'peaches and guavas lot 150x WADE,the tuner. Orlando. .' '
'ad'af .) :Use. to be at Jeffersontransacting some Address S. Valley Gazette., ,,50< 225; price so reasonable &II( about it, 'i ii:
.. Mrs. Summers,_ Lakeview/ Cottage. rANTED-The: ..weete.t'thing out'forr y
;\ egal..business, when be, bad a happy FOR RENT-A nicety furnished .' .'
'1 for South Klagtmmee. 61-t your girl-Fuller .Greeme Candy-4' .
1 bought. By some means be procured room with privilege of kitchen ,, fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug
,,."" 892t a 1 salt of clothes made,by the state for housekeeping.. In, a beautifulplace WE-Have listed some 'of the most desirable Company. '83-tt .'
: ODe of her cltlsens. And the state does ,,with an elderly lady who da on the market, both ,
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% tot believe In changing fashions,.man- sires i company. Price very cheap.. city and county which we offer at FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull'Bass- ;,?', :.
; -' testing a decided-predilection for those Nelson Realty. Co, Kissimmee,5FIa. the 'lowest prices to be. obtained. Market No. 189. ';19-tf' : ,...

V Alunnnumtbokmg' patterns that fro characterized by There II no padding of price. by us, ,,,'1

JPure' Spm broad stripes, black and gray.In -' I FOR RENT-10 acres of splendid; lane! every piece of property sold at exact GET artesian H. N.wells.BRATTON to drin'yourL''' '
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little before crowd fenced 'well : placed on it by the 'owner. ",
neat speech a in Park Garden flowing Write 1 lI
: of his friends called In to observe Us and In good shap.l$15b; for the year us your requirements and we F.OR dressed poultry phone tbe'Rull)

i Utensils triumph of tb.-crestfallen. Field the 1912. Three crops can be producedon will do 'our the best kind Jto of please 'you, by Bass Market. No: 189. ...":. '. .' w :
showing Just property you
this land. In 12 'months. -We also
nit was duly presented., when, lo, to have 20 acres of. splendid! Park Garden ,desire., H; M.,Breaker t:,Co. 2i-tf MUTI'ON. fresh fat and fins, '.t \b.>
the surprise of all. It was smilingly,ace '
9 land for rent, and will rent foe Hull Bass Market, phone' 189..19ttWO ,
eptod in an extempore speech thatland. I cash share of' the .Nelson OUR-aCre and grapefruitgrove
orange
+'4 .>, "vf1-ch are guaranteedfor 1 5 years constant erVice Mr. J.'s studied effort with Its ,Realty or Co.,'Kissimmee.crop Fla.' ,60-tf . ,' with 250. Bearing trees ?''pr strand, 1.25: five strands i .'1
Bet phrases, seem Jlke -tinkling brass five acres muck and ton'acres: pine as.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co., 29-tf. t.

A'r , ondW l never spoil food por'endanger bealtk rfih sad si Bounding cymbaL"Ita ., t '. ' FQR'. RENT-Some V splendid suburban land in ,cultivation thirty' and one- P -EASE do not call at the land! f or'j, Lvegetable. .
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,; :- < nearly noon next day. Iff. J, 5-acre farms1 and 'some of 2 acres tobeautiful half acres unimproved land, five-room .

'1;; isyrv ware I} featherweight, beautiful, 'easy to, ::.----,; at In:hta elaborately' appointed matters 4 tIce.b1ll7' 4 j 'some'; large;Pmedale; lots ''there'We containing. also ;Jtavt a r ;box improved housegtxxl land alf bam under and; good well.fence.The ,at. the. grocery; you will stores.find them S.. .B.;-on'sale,'Ault-.I ......J' l
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wbo of hie friends rushed fraaIcaUy -
on*', j of land,'on high*.dry ground; beautiful I :East Lakelour miles from Narcoos- PYRENE fire extingastshertor'
{ :. tO6t 11 'more an Yma up by''long service' ans.',:*\' np th*': stairway. ;entered,, th. location; fine view of the city and i j. 'see, nine--miles".from Kissimmee. fires. Get one for your launch auto.r;, /'1'
; i is ..: 't t' room as If the booM.wen on Ore and .1 lake.'.Anyone, desiring a.aeligb.tfnl,; "';' .Price M.600 i $2,600 Cash balance one or garage and be safe. Sold by 0.0. ..t .
4 'V '* v ."'. sited him: what n* meant by allowing healthful home;'where they can grow' \ Breaker & Co. t )[;
afetyr ; '* / :.,;:year.: 'n.i... : N. Saunders l '
k k # 1 Absolute, ,.;, ?..i:77l:. toF a convict to hang around about bin ofrceveven I .fine groves.Splendid; place for pony ; agent, Kuelmmee.A.; JJ: :e,),;.. ;'"
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y "''" business.1Will) do-well to call on FoR' SALE430 :sierhi ;'6f c.\\. \i'
M I iSy. v if be was aa old friend: Itra try land | ofamile AN> Intelligent person may 'earn'1100 (

Look Fore Tr ademarkN4tesecr3irwith'tbawotda *'!a dead 'give* a way' 'and;was which is fine land,
told cypress '
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*L tl'r.1' -V V.h 5. ftX"r' convict.woold''even iecostyessoua FoR IfENTh'ifteesi stores:-of land,'' li ,, citrus rich and fruits.productive' : Location balance 01.. good land for .! Syndicate, Ba Z 4 .. :nL5ffrt.y.y' : 'WJ fI.
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that be was out on leave and bad com* 'about 1 acre in truck already growing' 'Is valuably for fence posts, telephone SEE King Quality shoes before' buyingT rt;'
'aae to Jill raepects to Bis old friend; ,and.-4''Ul'el''of pasture land: 6or6.room . ', -' ,
; burs ltnai pay :; andtelegrsph'poes.,; ', y Besides being Cash Store. . . I-tf ,-\ .)
that' onghtJ.to::, get rld ,oe'.hlm: at ,,, house,and,stables,;flowing w.Il. ':,excellent-land: It'gives- one the freedom '..' ". -
2"Ahunintim --ft ongmalatuiuee thar? .''t ,,- once ana the sooner the better if his 'inside the city limits: can rent 'this.. of country tome with city advantages KING: Quality shows'for!::men I'ti'Cas&G x: ''
+ b { f ppatatioaws; not already rained *. .for tne year 1912 for 1200 'cask rent ; such as splendid high school' .,. Store.-- . .,,;' j >1.1--. ', h. ,
itS * .* _I_. F Tl .A L-. W V M t>bSV* SSSSSSSSsH la good, for some va '
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SS. markets churches; etc.- 'Price'' .
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,":'on e rwtnxwantpfae -te*-armband ,|5Orper-acrer.tluKi" tw two; -thirdsrror r ordefbtielnesa :
this dressedp : -No wM'
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be illy.i .us trlt a mane Is on et+euy, pieta- tap In for suit presented' to him the day truck. .. and have pasture tot: Jersey more. if' desired. Nelson' Realty! Co. ., inl'' Be your Send for A* ; ,;
boa qd.hose..Splendid; .. place for V. ,e.'. <;'. ? . ,4",1. .,I bOOklet."eU. hw/Heacock.>A 2144f.< ;j jY ",
; sfora."'Nor: would he leave tm Mr. JT.ad raising\poultry:, 'Wjll\ ;;sell,a gged: : { ; .' '"
: ::74 $ ; '" '% ' BEAUTIFUL lake front lot oon.l.tlng'of Lockport.N. > J"v, 'l1.: .
madeda xoendav' harness
7q'alt'Bjr, 1. > *,and n,ple :gentle! span of mules, wagon;; /
1 Kack'l, [ Monthly.. 'disc harrowplough.; ..' hose,;.shovel", -' a.\ half block; located in the nest SHIP your"'Produce'tot; ; t ,. 4,
> {+m C. y ra ,1(:J rt ,.; ,C' : :.." 'to; .f fork; and ''implements'for,a bargain neighborhood ;the'''city., Will: veil Co..Tamp..;, Fls.9'Wte' the*&.*r;

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.sWfUPOIATO'tt R 'MUSIC , J ;" -YOUR'1'lime., lad "

: : '- PHYSICIAN: and SURGEON, _, later,t plaster bair.x; ,
-' ,::-brick- fire brick, fiire c4!,
C1IIISTIArREENTE; : : : : Billy.JJowlegs; finds,a Way to Repair "-,Ohio.ceDso.ofaPharmacy....: { ., ,1 "- ten Paris, ,, ..foundation">J- 't. \ 1fact
: : food deoce &3 d I you want"
Uniqje anything
:Made ;
Produd'Wiu Be : I /I' I j"
.. : BrokenMachinery.Kissimmee F ON 'l .
'I I ; ,, omce 14-' : ::dial staner : e r-- ,,_ .
at the New'Cannery Recently f't Is', always I Interfiled in .. .. ".,. ,,r,,1 .. . ,. ''Let'me figure" wltif'YOU' I
are looking,Jor a'Ohrlstmass'present tot member: ... ,, "./ :fai
l you ny : i Billy Bowlegs, andlh :following: story; > '1/- ',' ' .It-i' "',.; .' .+asgeteedg6f .
Here. '
' r #'' ')' I t ,',,' of. 'the) 'family:Calf and See'uae .' as you will find us, Established !i from St. Augustine! will be appreciated.About : L.. W1NN .... 'Z :....;. "* ," ,. "<> " '"" ,--?._-.-,.. <. t oa.--iooJ tI.
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loaded wIth the .best things-alonff this ; t
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+ ;i";;; line; something worth buying opening of 'h'.h ::: : --, ,
b' ", With the the .nnl g'an d* of the Florida East Coainrfailway.;; .h '' ""J YS I :, : I. e*tois lMii .
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,';, -, 10" as- worth: ,the, trivjng. evaporating( factory; 'in' this city there'1 tween Rockledge and Palm Beach, there ." 'r.nroadw.7'.r cut One tQ'. .'
"t "Dreasing"1 TablesOhlifoiilcisr, WIll be,started, Jri"eonn.ctlon with it I wa an unfinished section about forty R..D8NCII P.ONI JI8. ". ,Kis llama.Orris ., .. :-- "-. 4rr
Dressers, ;,: ,lilffd-' -' of :. ffonf m. ,FLORID, Pbor'eul'i };
an' industry, unique>>m America,' and .: miles from Fort Pierce to] West Jupiter. '. r
,robes, Wardrobes"( Tables. ,::.Clialrst. ; .Hail''Jtackfi, Kissimmee,: will put her. shoulder to'the f Two stern wheel steamboats carried ,,; fkr

A . ,*:Costumors,' ,Umbrella ''Stands,' ,BuffQts,' SideBoards wheel undertaking to 'supply in some 'l passengers and freight between F.i.0. THOMASON 1elu/h.0al.aau/k aealaaat )

r : '' measure the' annually increasingdefl- these two railroad terminals: 'r '
China Cl6scts Sofas; :
"t Couches Clocks M.rTlLLER:
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Pierce PHYSICIAN end SURGEON
ciency In' the .production ,ot flour as It was at the Fort end of our ,

Pianos, Medicine, Smoking and Shaving Cabinets compared with the demand for this run where we met the Seminole Indians I [: estate ;"

:Trunks; Bags and Suit Cases. ,Hugs.. ;;;Bath Mats, staple aTticle. from the Lake ,Okechob.. camp,, who Office Phones!. 74 and 8.:. Residence 126. ,Agefcy,1; ,

: line ,. ..Itjs,; the intention pfMr..A,Fy Spawnto came to Fort Pierce for provisions and ,. '- II! aaNaaaaNaagaNMaNMNN.wRealtybought.nd tf
cks :
Nicest ofuWoo- DrWIENENCfA .
.Y JtC.trlgerators.'PJate. ; begin the manufacture here Of what other upplefe from' the large and only DR.) .. 4 : "ibildCi: i P;
nurserous: ; he bee, already successfully made ''In general store at the end of the steamboat VETERINARIAN Houses '
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: rented *;
:, to:mention.I small quantities-flour from'' sweet potatoes wharf "Billy" Bowlegs" and hi..econd STOCK TREATED'FOII Taxes: paid and;,'Titles;>;; er;>-. .
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This in command. ''Tiger ; we ,
cassava and banana Tom ALL DISEASES :J jlfled for non-residents.; ".

i s I WE 'INVITE YOU>TO ,:CALL 'AND, SEE US'l flour vheat is not'flcroi intended..,but to It entirely has been replacethe demonstrated .tell.tion-.nd the bright stars apparently of the Seminole did all'con the ft"Ja.t'OOhNeeie: + ORLANDO'FEA. Fire. .Life and. Accident*" 'InFVsurance. '

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toy searching tests that mix- town marketing and business for the 4 "i
iI' r ', Indemnity-Bonds.
; CASH OR INSTALLMENTS ing it, with a small ,quantity, of, the Seminole camp The principal trading DR. N. L. BRYAN .'
wheat flour", bread may' be produced was In deer skins'], 'and venison saddles( mrf*rf: if**.*''eo '''_ ..j.
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l : WUhifig you a Merry X-Mas that- is not only pleasing to the average which they would trade for groceries, DENTIST .

taste but is extremely nutritious; I etc., at the, 'store or sell to the touristsor Squires Building The !

KISSIMiEE: All indications teud to show that following stewards of the two stesmen.The New York AvenueST. Home Bakery Man

; : i FURNITURE CO; the rush of population to the proprietor of the said store on : CLOUD -w. FLORIDA 0 .
Takes opportunity
thla
cities there is increasing; difficulty in his yearly trip to New York to bur his {. to thank,
;i t i *, ,' / supplying the entice: demand for flour. season's goods, .bought and brought: II OK. J. W. SIMPSON the good people' ; of this city for
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.I J. J.'Hill the railroad of home with one of those their liberal patronage and would
y Mr. magnate .him old-style ;
I jf, ... <.i ;v:w. tr-n I v .1. ,+" " -<- DENTIST. also take t.h .' mean. to that
the Northwest: recently sounded a'note music boxes made by Paillard which ) say
,, -(,I.. ', .. I of warning on this point. saying that played five tune. While exhibiting his Upstairs in Katz Building. our limited facilities for making-

I I 4: unless the fertility of the soil 'is conserved music box in the store to some of his OFnPE lIouas m. U m. goods will l prevent (for awhile) our?,
shortage : 11:30 to 6.30m.. general delivery to all parts of the ,".
\ i ; .BAR-GAI'N5 IN FLORIDA a senous in the supply customers Billy Bowlegs and Tiger
Telephone No. 70 Jun 6, Ivr.TJR. .
city. Quality and variety will b. .
of staple goods 1s Inevitable, Production Tom happened to come in on a trading
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he says, is not keeping'race with trip. If Billy Bowlegs has one weakness W. W. CARSON maintained always. Our nice >

!: the rapidly*increasing consumotioh. it is for music instrumental or HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS -' ,

i Truck Farms Mr. Hill ought to know what he is vocal and in trips he made with me on DENTIST '
\\ 1 Also I HOT BREAD
talking about. Ills' 'railroads run ,. the steamer my banjo tunes would put Office over Cole's Jewelry; Store .,M.A

througlL.the great wheat districts. He this handsomest of his tribe in a seventh Office Hours: 8-16, 1-5 will be ready 'mornings and afternoons -.. ... .,.r

AAND ORANGE GROVES would rather give advice to farmers heaven-whenever I played or sang. Office phone 168>> and a nice variety of PIES

i than eat a,square meal, and in order to Some day after the music box concert Residence" 23 and CAKE-Parties and Wedding_
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be !able to give advice he.keeps his eyes at the store the storekeeper comIng a,specialty.

rT1 2Fn'- -r -- open most of the time. When be says on the steamer for his order incidentally E. DERBYSHIRE, M. D.,

'. I"' $. fi' p'J.4t$U'MBEtown. 6)'We milea from sale Kissimmee SO acres, thel land county If seat.mile*'This twill + that the: marginof production -over told me that tne music box was A. SMITH //j

f t splendid l orange land. Also'grows splendid meron .of all 1 kinds, sweet consumption is rapidly narrowing it Js broken down in iU machinery and Special attention given to the DARLINGTON AVBNUB .
l : y. potatoes corn and other crop' 20 acres jn high state of cultivation, very likely that he has come close ,to ,"wouldn't play any more. And as the treatment of"Worhert and -
t, :t ." tt.fenced and cross fenced., e acres in orange grove, 8 acres of which the truth. His belief is supported by local watchmaker could .not start it Children. .
;. / vTare. fine, large thrifty bearing trees, loaded with at
heavily
{ oranges
James A. Patton the Chicago wheat again he would have to it to New
i, ; fi r 'this time, remaining 2 acres just coming into hearing.; This is part : send Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 I
? it hammock land and agreat ieal of it.is pine and oak umber mixed king who calls attention to the fact York for repairs-unless he could .tick 24-8moapd '

q ,t I '1 there being about 60 acres In timber. Large 4-room box house and that Europe is under the necessity of It on. Billy Bowlegs In a trade for deerskins I I enne h p: BntIe

'. nice porch.; good bam, grain bins, hay mow and chicken shed,'well Importing/ wheat-in great quantitiesnow. and plum ..", P. A. VANS AONBW W. .. C"yANS :"" D
t 1 of door.' ..All land
good surrounded by a colonization
1 r: propositionwatathat.has been ,Bout in 10-acre !anus. Road on either Billy and Tiger Tom with five dogs; AGNEW CRAWl>XRp} \
'L+ ,.\| side of the farm. Unimproved land adjoining selling from' $30 to $36 In view of all the facts it appears to soon turned up with deer skins and aigret
1' '' Wi per acre. This tract can be purchased for (40 an acre time. on half >e-up to Kissimmee and we are glad plumes, which Billy was to take to Palm ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW BARBER SHOP

-v-l, tif desired A real genuine bargain.( The 20 acres in cultivation could to chronicle the fact teat Kisslmmee. Beach on our steamer to sell. The storekeeper .- '
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t r < lOOn be planted to citrus fruit, and by putting peach: trees between Offlcw: S- -SCltU n B nkBundlnUssimmee ,
usual not- to fall down bought the venison saddles and I
u is going on
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would a handsome income after the Florida
Y pay second year as the peaches S.
t ,will bear.until the oranges and grapefruit are bearing.. Then truck- the assignment The West has its alfalfa offered! to trade the music box, to Billy Cold Drinks & ClearsKlssitocaee !-- .. '::

"" ng can be Carried on between the rows. flour andIs welcome to it.As For deer skins and plumes.. He told the 8. L noon S. c. eaioaa

'' i t NUMBER 23." Fin farm and two'Irovea. 120 acres 'of land'grove : for us and our beuse If the old reliablestaff innocent'! BJlJy} ;, 'Music DO more play; ,Fla ...:
,; "r on one 40 of 8 acres bearing and a number of young"trees,'there of life is going to prove a'broken wake up bime-by. Him tired. After ]MOON &: GEIGER '
IT. about an equal number of and and a,
grapefruit '
oranges quite reed shall choose substitutefor looking over the lever, ratchet and brassan
number of we- as a ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
tangerines. Have been offered for the fruit on the tree .
} i f. 80c per box for the and $1.76 per box for grapefruit and tangerines It,- not alfalfa flour food' for hogs the ends of,the cylinders of the music -
"' ,, PC .t 1 it on the trees. Also another orange grove on a different part and cows, but luscious flour made from \.box the trade was made and Billy Office, State Bank Building
-n ; t < t of the farm of 9 acres, mostly oranges with perhaps the at.aweet. potato and the banana of proudly left Fort Pierce for the Okecbo- Kissimmee. Florida Sprigg Fleming
4' t' fruit. These oranges are nice. healthy trees just right quarter n bee .
the .Kissimmee. farina Yea verily. camp with the "tired out"mualc
to returns to the .
: { pay heavy owner.This farm has a a J. F. KRIBBS
i s I'I, K,, ; ; mile front on a beautiful lake that is connected with six other lakes hat Were fit provender for human bengs box under his arm. ( 'CLEANING t

11 i ..'' .by-canala.; making a beautiful chain of lake. that can be visited by even. fit for Kissimmee's. queenly Said the' storekeeper to me in a 'glee- ATTORNEY AT LAW ,- KISSIMMEE, FLA. PRESSING ,
> a people, wom some chuckling way. "I stuck that Indian 'C. ... G
i from railway station In Osceola Florida. Has 3-room cot- Title DYEING
tage,, good stables and barn. Fenced county nog tight and a cross fenced Mr. Spawn has already demonstratedthat with that' music: box for fifteen dol.. Examination a Specialy;

some of the finest farming and trucking land to be found In the State Jt la possible to make the flour.: lar.'worth of skins. It cost me,thirty- Notification and payment of taxes ofnon.ldents REPAIRINGLeave

of Florida. Some splendid virgin timber that has never been boxed. In fact, in Germany potato flour is quite fl.ve. but it's no good,broken down; and ,, given careful \
\'M"ealifl". ) A grand tract of land all the waythrough, very cheap at $12,500 or' commonly used. The following letter would cost too much to send 'to New attention. ", word. at" my house' and clothe
'pwner will reserve this years orange crop and sell for $$11,000" sold T will be called for and returned. -
relates to dinner trom the York for repairs.
a prepared
at once.'Terms' $2500 balance
I 'A i cash $1000 per annum with 6 per cent G. JOHNSTON
$ L I interest on deferred payments. Almost like finding a farm as the fruit' products which Mr. Spawn pro- The day after the music box was ROBERT

i'' ;Caused, '. .oranges alone should take care of future support a family poses to make here: "I desire to express traded away, Tiger Tom came into 'the Satisfaction Guaranteed

'M besides. 'This is worthy of close investigation. Is owned. by a to you my appreciation of the Fort Pierce store for a can of conden.edDlilk ATTORNEY AT LAW
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,.the at .( ;non-resident I is,why, it can: be bought at such a bargain. .
+ trouble you went to yesterday in preparing (an':\unutual article for an Indianto '. '
R ; ,, NUMBER 27. Orange grove Inside the city limits. 3 acres of IIplen'Jf' -
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flORIDA-REAl
r", + ; did orange grove and a 6-room house about a half mile from the a luncheon for the New Enterprise buy) and took it back to camp. This KISSIMEE!:, FLORIDALOO1S ESTATE FOR SALE 1r

Y center of the town. Owned by a non..resident. Price $3600. Half > committee of this organizationJacksonville puzzlep the storekeeper.But '
j)I c:1-''' cash balance favorable terms. ,( Board of Trade), in the next day Billy Bowlegs and Beautiful winter home sites situatedin
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e ; ....i't. UMBER 80.. A 10-acm' about L mile from railway station 2 which every cU.r was p'repatett! out of Tiger Tom came into Fort Pierce; bringIng Lmt* (o 'W"'. ": f: "' miles from a town of 2500 people, on % splendid road i mile to your fruit and vegetable" products.' The with; them the .music box to showto Florid '. CrimlnAl Court Trucking and Farming Lands in I large
church i of to school.* About
11. quarter one-third of the place Into br small tracts.
splendid oranges and rpfruit'with' some tangerines. Plenty off entire committee expressed themselvesas the' ator.k.eper"That box him MASSEY &: WARLOW

:_:stables chicken. shed chicken house and grain bins house of 3 rooms, being very much pleased and even/ wake np; no more tired." And windingup CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTYList j ;
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n 2 wells* Price'"$1600, one-third.cash, balance 1200 per year for 5 years. astonished at the variety of foods andtheir the machinery \nhich the handy ingenious ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOSAT '

r:' .; .NUMBER S3.. 60 acres of fine'land, about lj miles from city limits excellence .> Francis P Indian had put in working order LAW your property with me for quiet.'j''j'
,. :; hard Practic*In all the Court of the Put and tt salts.
on marl road: 8 acrss of fine half the land
) bearing grove ex- Conroy, President Board of Trade." again played the :whole five tunes-exciting the United Stato. also before the Florid Rail.
a Jo&S 'traordmary; fine citrus fruitland, balance fine trucking land, rich .c..mm"'lon. and. the Intr.tat. Commara
\\-I muck soil. 'New 9-room residence with basement, good barn, wagon The proposition to make flour from both the astonishment and chagrin: Com nIaIon. H. M. Breaker
< .ed..ete.'ThI.I.' a magelflcent! ,farm and can be had for $15,500 on sweet potatoes and bananas has received 6f the storekeeper. 11.14 CiLamurroN Bura. ORLANDO.FLA. & Co.Box .
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terms If desired. sufficient serious1 consideration Billy explained to me o'n the steamer 84171'

.; ; .f.(S NUMBER. 85. ;-40 aces of land about 1 mile from the postofflce at to be favorably discussed in the Millers' how h. bad cut washers out of the thin 178 KISSIMMEE FLA..
,; r s ', Kissimmee; 20 acres .in bearing grove balance all good land 6- ''of condensed
4 , house stables. A with. Review. }n the article it is stated that sod the milk can and :L. CO_ T ."
room great proposition for a nice home :- : :BTERKissimmee's ::
r f.1' income..JElre 'you .have the advantages of high school .from a crop of sweet potatoes amount- bushed up the bearings of themachin- W. S. HARWELL :
a f t churches; good markets! etc:. Price $9500 terms jr desired. big to 250 bushels to the acre about, uutilthe cogs of .the wheels took hold

' @ t 'NUMBERS?. 40 acres of land,'1-4 mile from railway station 200 iPOO pounds of flour can be made, and again.: Says he, "Him play good at REAL ESTATE 'W eU'C:: ri11or _
.,. L. .'. ,yards from school andchurch4miles from 'Kissimmee. About Dance ,
t : .bout'an equal amount from c....... Com down Okechobee. is I
prepared to drillARTESIAN
,1 15 acres in cultivation dozen. or more- nIc. orange trees, large .. 'About' 2,600 pounds per acre' can be Regarding this same music box,'Mr.J. Notary Public.at Large
tree and
;} t pear some peaches. 25 acres of fine orange land 16 acres of
', t'''T. trucking land 4-roomfaarphouse with "porches, fire place in two made orbanana flour. The process*of M. Wilson, J., says he had the pleasure Office in Beaman Building WELLS'In

., r +t'Y'' ,< 'rooms.' This is sdlendld property;and cheap at $1600. Time, on half making this flour I., very; simple-to of hearing it play "Home; Sweet KISB1 :MEE. FLA.SPOF.
1 ,- or more is desired.' ., read about. All you do ts to shred the Home" and "Nearer My God 4b Thee" any section of Florida. ,,

"A'' if,lbf .FINE RUBURBAN HOME.. 23): acres of land owned by a PennsyU potato', dry the.shreds and grind them at'their green corn dance a few years -
. 'r'd d vania .-Joins.the tbe city limits can drive right off hard road Into flour. The being the in .
f land actual t. ago Billy musician, charge.On
.up process '
: 'onto the can stand on front porch and look right down Main Ten years .ot successful Well
#". I k ;; street.. ;'A11 good land 225 bearing orange,trees, some Japaneuper- not so simple, as Mr.. Spawn 'can testis Billy's last visit W Kissimmee be Drilling is a Guarantee of my ,
f t. i-Simmons ana other shrubbery.; .,Ji autiful yard,'nicely IIhaded and ornamental fy. It will be 'don at the new cannery reportoe that the musical instrumentwas Ability- produce the best
c h'i ;, > shrubbery.' 6-room frame house with rob! clear along one and the starting of the business will. beawaited burnedalong with all his other results.
1' ff aide and front 8-room servant house, deep well of good water/good mucb.lnte..t. '
'possessions.Prospect
,. : '1 horse barn with hay mow above cow bam, chicken ,.td and, chicken <" with camp, -
x ,l "r r .'bo M. .'.This property: 'U very,cheap at 94250, Mr. Spawn" will'also" have'evaporatedI and see .us if you are going to build. TWO AND FOUR I
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'.,:t 'TRUCKING FARM. ,W. have It re.oUlne' truck'land with 11 flowVd I I bananas. The process of making these Park Lots. We make plans and erect any style of 'WELLS A SPECIALTY
/!' -.-Jng| well and irrigated by,tie tiling process close to the city has been" proven successful. It,*Is a wilding.' We make our owns artificial .: +;;
r s, ;y Thigh 1 school" We want toshow you this property and what it will do. method of 'extracting all.the,..Superfluous We have' two of the roost desirable stone brick and are close dealers II

9 1t" !.. ::4 o//ft!: Full I particulars to' interested parties' I": . .' ,fluid from the fruit, and 'reducing fcng beet located lots in Prospect' Park In''' ,lumb any r;. W. also manufacture all P..O. Box 844 *
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t' PARK CARG EN., 'We have"in Park Garden several 'truck farms I II IjM.COxlS feet each, which wean offering "
; (. .+: 1r: 'r- from 6 acres up to as high. 40 inmle body.. improved and nnimi l.t \II( size to such an'extent that whole for a short time for fllO each. work.KISSIMMEE'ONSTRUCTION 3ClBalna.33Q.ee.: n.oxide .
.w C bunch be carried lathe vest -St
ed.. Fine flowinwells, richest*of'soil all underlaid with fine can. pockV
} ..., ... Ha the like Call .o n us it you want a great bargain; CO. .
cI..t J.t right elements to makethe.. fine successful truck- ', r'isometblog- that.All; you"have "; -- ;:
.. .u 0 ,1 1 ; "c Ing farm oil wBIcn 3 crops ,can'cbe''grown per ahnum., Prices rang "'" to do is to takes anana'9pal11aI ,,47rt, *, H;;M. BKEAKEH alt Co.i ISproull Ave. and Midland, ,Ry.: "( ,
'J r; :J1Ie' ,accordingto amount of improvprrtpnt, ete.,' Come let show ', ,
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"!!" ''>1 ;/: i. .. finest property! tD' Florida In the way jf trucking lands r :-' ,:, ',- ;-" Nofotf. I : w.. 'i '...,
I snd701ba.a.fuD".i&ed > i .. ' .
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/; j! J' m2"rAl.NUMBSR \OO.e..oftand\ located ,,4 miles ,'from XlI.immM;, ; 1 ; ; : t KISSfVIMEE'J1
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,;:r ': "- "N' : .leas{ than 1 milc railway?+ .tatiOD: school and ehurch: M.c. ,i , 'The-usual products" of thecanning; i AM i provided by law,,tie annual I.et. ( ua&( i M :

,, '.. E r ,' elteeuetttorang.land: .'..but 4 some extra good trucking land.'; Several ." : and 'eaporating, plants;wm W tamed-, log of stockholders the Citizens Bank'of JENKINS J, \ rWOQthMSurveying' -' will leave ', ,+
.. 'AI ,acres"ready ;to plant, to.-oranges now, 'Good( 4-room house 'newly, I out.by.the')local,'..t bh. men';:"and'thecannery Kissimmee. will be .lcnn thel bankIng ,' '" : '\. i - k.- t v u '
rM: '1i "7Asplen! < p proposition .t $3600 A'party I -this who .. >", -
owns
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be >
will :
_....'"..../. ... s sip property .rn Xn.u; _might consider.... ad( exchange: Ii :not .
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..':;," {.' ..' t any sort ,of'AI"'proposition' desired I grower but will undoubtedly: become H NoatoN.cagi. .?'. ".: ,' :"?D h-aeept; ''SundayTII'armrand ;. :"
,.. dahom. investment.i "; ''lD'the way'of'of a, I an important industrial Institution hereGood ( , W. ; ;: : j : ;And ,5 p..m. Sundays 0:8O a.m. .t( '
.. or i progress"baai been madex the . \ .. and 3 ,
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. .". 4. .< .... ... J building, .frame of- which is .t *, Leave Kissimmee:
itr "r" .' 1/1/ -.UI up. :. nArM :. M pSr. r o i" daily-; except,
. ';..'"., ''1' /= ',' I. '.' -, : :" '" ' "", I : ', .. .... ., ,1',' ..:IDraft1ng' 4 "... I r Sunday. 9:80. m. and 1:1,5: p. m. ; .'
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,........ ...- .... 11 placed in the Iritatfe a..Mk.Mem .""f1IIe
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fi perfecriy ....... tat 'tray; s t- ..
I myIxmU'll ; "'" '! ;;Ri :
toe ........:.;... .Wl' '' -
.I Byrd; is the'long list Bo'ofNeedhaiq .
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: ."si "}' SiIyir 6 MhV ea.....w, IS .Plaaoe'fer. ', ",Bowladd: 2 tCnovlf hcbh: i: .MAKE .NO., ; ':+MISTAKES I .

Jodiseer+ife .iti."j i dren''and can prohe.Wrti of,everyone ,+0 ;:. '.. ... 1M.....' .
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'of. them.t.1 .Iam:tired of..this rot "'- ', ,- "- '.... ....
._, P1end yDco en.bu.L..a; ,.ands i idunnc. that,Rowland Jias got Yohigtleand rouadev f** -
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1..:. \, ;wari I' the past two or three weeks in ask of you., a plan! |o man,>to irive . ; A- 64);' .Ey.: !t:j.OST; : .

,. the work; of the Men and Religion For.ward me ,a ahoW-br'printIe this, piece'!>for .
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Movement., Unusual' interest Has me as.1 think;.!'am '.ntj tied"'to<:have QqriM..PtME".q' ;l ANTe:$'

iF developed la the mosTtinexpectedqaar what t say painted as well as'Rowlandf': ,

: : ten of the' state, particularly 'in, the It is due 'me, '.nd'that Is air I want; OMCES !

.., 'communities What .ant with : .GRiPEPIOITr ; -
smaller! ! .The., ...eaIWIal .would : -oa. f-tww' ., .....
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:..7" : J' which !has"-been-jg jing.,OD,in Jacksonville ,! :''and' -chlldren"i wben'tbave'a1: 1x:1! 1n .. ..CT- ...., ......-..... ,

for some weeks is now.being du*, children,and ;three dead,ones"and am spoor .:
ilicated In. Pensacola, Fernandma and man. ( 'PI EAPPLE.S.YEGET.: Bt&Su: :7: :

lastlngs.. ,Awore: of other towns and ,1fRowlandknows that
Joining has everle; found( : my ;brother.vey . .. .. .
ends the aa.in air of >rissv cities or the 'state' are'gathering (lrr> Byrd, stole bis.son,;why doesn't. -- '..;' .

formation' preparatory; to inaugurating. he;: have. him 'arrested. He is at.San-: 'SouthernShfpp $, No,,.50Aeteii . iZ "
to the. home aslILyERWARjE the work.' .'. ford and can be got at any tlme Mow i

; ;:,, In the., state headquarters !:at-- Jack walness is business and :sense Is sense,' $19' ,.WASIr4gTQN' ; L.;STREET;, 'f.NEWe,:3'Gb It "

1 : soil, !,. muchcensiderationa 1. 'beinggiven and, Mf.;Needham Rowland, let's get' Pefei..cei' .CORNER. sat iU.Eft"" \ ;, 7
Is, the moat, complete.and; ,.
I': ,:; tG. the"plans for th..iflh y down0", builnesa.! ;: ')'am' 'getting disgusted "a.loII&1' I ''d' :;:' : 'oII'.n'
collection of this beautiful : here February 18-25., It-has with so much talk and nothing desk sad .U"' tr- .k Kindlywrith for sUncii.U needed...
ampagn r
eu.tll.Au.cles ,
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;, .jthe 1arKeE st m'citiesJ--We'; been decided'that one IaymartJ"and one. ilse; Ju.t"yougo"ahead andWve'my; v

,' .r<|d the'' ', :orld'8, markets .and minister not. yet:wleeted.Fwill' leave brother, I vey Byrd, at Sanford;Arrested ' -.eoucrriNa.i? |j OIq':; .',,wur7ea I: ? -," ,i'..

7/EST;/ .. Fackeonvilla'January'! to vfslt at leastiwehtyClowns and also-myself, 'and Retyour wit* DOE'S :LOCATION'ANDJ 'y ,10, (4 .
'$ y ; 'CXPCRICNCC: iOouNTt
arid dties'of state"'or 'and let'sgo ,
l ,the j nesaei- 'we'wjll 'get ours and ,
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w P .cJerlintf.:Silver Tea Set -..fiveMdesign the purpose of.securing ,,promises i f )egaty.] into court and straighten up, .. y rY't. - ,

l'9' r '-" $90.PO. ,haT>t least tWQ men from each church'!'ills; Rowland, Byrd affair Be'a man . ,. .. .. ,. 1 ... ,Y'. -

.. ; 'in the place'visitedwill cometoJackaonville ;, or '. monk,,),. and ''don't;:be half i'and .. ._ . .. .. 1 ". ., W .'
r' ftr After, Din er'Set-4 pieces{ for-eight-day,c: campaign half., I .am;:respectfully,' > '
":;'Pottetne .,., .. .. $40.00 observe '.th.\'methods with v' "J/BYRD- (
pursued; a: L. ,
Sandwich}PI;8 r. $15 uP... view'to duplicating.. theftTlh. thelr'. 'own. Father,l of Li.E., Byrd j.. ' : : : ::;;::;t:" ;;: .

,Bread.. ",r,. $1.5 uG. 1Sa .' ,' .towns: : Sot:f4J, Punta Gorda. FJa' .." E. ,'lit.e_: "R I aft1 .- .

silverO up. 'The"ministers; 0('the city, have obligated r . , ''tC .
t lies solid'silver,J20. up. themselves' fumlih "entertain:: .1 Mr.,Byrd |1\, in)error when be'state. : f!

Faskets; solid silver $12 up. ment free of"charge'to th .. 'who come that' his former..letter.tothe. ) Valley ORANf'7'i'n" ;; ;;; : (

for the occasion.. They. have the loyal Gazette was 'not published /It' a REST : 'f'
/est Quadruple' Plate.In all l sizes, aI. ap. ,\... D on.0 l
A :
large
stoc support of all' the members ot their!" peered in the columns of this paper the : ....! '. r"
styles and, for alii respective churches: and.there will'bedomes week it was 'recen'edj He .evidentlydid Reasonable. Prices

We f when desired free of cost ..foraH.. It .is the idea: of the trot receive the; copy of,.the papercontalntng "' "kll

engrave directors of the movement that' the his l letter that, we mailed .EVERYTHING. NEW'4AND: .UP'TO=DATE' 1 ,;
a'f/e/ Oneida Community Triple Plus I
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We have and 'ministersentout r
layman shall him.-EDITOR.]
Plate | Sterling and }Js guaranteed for Beaman Block .' :*,' '. to
Flatware spend at least. two days in each place
r forty'ears.. 'I visited. AMERICAN IDEAS Phone' '109 Hi 'Er BRYAN l : Proprietor,, _r: Ii'
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We HandlPocka Diamond, Jewelry, One point liaII being attested at .. .. . .....- ". "
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state headquarters at this time is the y-, ,
IieJHand Painted China Sou. 'foo ..
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> relias -:. -:. .:. .:; importance of organizing the move Editor. Bock Says They are Being ............_..........._.._....._...._...... -- _. "'O' '
venir.s ment In the small town.-of the state. .. .
Conserved in the S uth. i'; r "'''WH '
We esp *ed'' to care for all mail otci'er8. Our George E. Moody, the executive secretary T' IT' MEANS. +t. :\..
Ideas
stock is are p-to-date. Our Prices are in line for Florida, has worked out a plan'', The moat whoUf ome American' .I"'"' Many'people de not know'what. a aGk', Capital) H (of. or tke dlg.rW.i'. I) "
cample under which churches In the-smallest'hamlete '. those idea upon which our governmentrests IWMD! a bank of lltti or lye capUa] ai doae wits a larppl .. t tA ))1 '
1 L with all'Jeilttma ouses. for the Work on''' ,- are nowhere prevalent. they /oJ' BASK'8 CAPITAL AND 8nRPLpa; \
may organize / .. li tb* rend that prouou hed.poittorepromloatk.refosYthliara.1.tt. .. Aie.i" f I>,'* .,,
>S GUARANTEED --::'.. are at present In the South. --.. .
and basis.
an effective permanent -\ rprotctloa the d i>o>itorabiy1- be'ayiuurpiuaSUSA'n'a'gs' .
They do not question divine laws l in'the ... ...... ... '
itiBfr Trade Extention Association, /"It 'would be very easy, saidTir. : 'tyiFooosoo
We are amps _ .. _,_ ...- '
9 and refund thef1* Ihoppers, subject to the rules of the Moody, *'tf r the small churches to organize . South; they accept and perpetuate tbeou .._ILbOId..rr LLsblllt7mrr! ;; '<'.***..Rt.->fB*>.Ukk3 V 60.OOO_OO :'I '
Intellectual hand in I .
organization.. men's brotherhood. and give progress there goes ,- A Gf.i..o\.J.. ...:.4' .>M..ua.ooo eo' a./,, ,
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them something definite to do. .Takethe : hand with, strict adherence to the ac- Tb,. .MD'th.t w.suet In..112Soo0.oo Wore our AopOtUon m fm w,
\ male membership and split It Into, cepud.belteft of reliidon.. The Southern 0.11'bl'" protwltou..."!oQO.r11'' .f. I>'*# i /

five divisions about u follows: .Social!I mother does not explain the Bibleto STATE: : \NKpF KISSIMMEE JrO .
)her hlldren"In the light ot! so-called ; : ;
Service Bible Evan eli.mMII- -
Study, .
:The :Rus with Jewelry- Co. sions, Boys' Work. "modern teachings.:" She places I it In 'Ki.aMMkt'lepowigm.. ,i , ,

their handles her mother'gave jt to her. ' '.,
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"The social service division should .. A..'c.ueolf' IOffifY'LU',1f,1.CABeot': :
e : r\USE' OF QUALITY" arrange reading room.' for men and,. And with the fundamental principles ,\ roaI4eat r* .Vic.-PtWd.ei .,pnkIef: . rI .

ng Distance Phone 698 '.''-- JM>ys; the boys' work dlvl.lon.wouldi religion-the' southern child Is taught patriotism ; .___...NNa\\NNeN a _.. .,

, 1 NKLIN STREET arrange mass meetings for the lads and ;I. .'and a love of- country hence .. '. . . .. ,' .. .
, religion and patriotism'stand side by I'
other things to interest them'and keep i
I Lpa Flondal't !' aide In the- education of 4 southern I. "' '_ - .
their minds on clean and right living; I '1 ..-i1 ,
-child._ ...... e.
the Bible study division, could, arrange .J' <'" .. L", .. . ,, ;
-.at. 'TI southern 'p ople believe', In'pre): '
Bible classes for men in the' Sunday 1>
: schools and social gatherings for menthe ; gross ,along healthy 'llnerl; Theories, B. G foHNSTON.

missions division' could see to the which mentally titset, find no ifIDpatbywith' . .
; litentir. .them; They are content to move '
distribution of missionary ,
H : ;I slowly, but sanely ,and. surely.., And ::1
ana formulate an every-member canvass .IRE'riN'SUR'.
N 'E:
In the interest of the cause; the' so Be day when the vast majority of us 1,4
ou \ who live in other ponlon..ot..thi. country .
work of the evangelism division.would':
'w I a \ : get .through with our campingoutcivilization .. . '
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. be'to make the Sunday evening' services,, .. - -,
in the churches purely and,: when.we drop our boastful
:'Christmas I'' .r--: ;j.; ;": w an appeal to men to live evangelistic better lives.. manners, when we get old enough to '" < ,London; Liverpool l & Globe.' Etna.

: On these occasions the laymen of the understand that there Is a strongholdof i
., . _: : Hartford Norwich and '
; 'o'X: conservatism which Union
'1:0. stands between '
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should 'given !
t church "prominent ) '.'J.
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... ... ,i .1f tyrranny and anarchism,. our eyes will ( _T :
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; ' \; places in the'service.: Let qne read the other .
'. kthinjr-the; generous''patronage-you: havelerr '. J. Scripture lesson,' another pray, etc:. .!uro'toward the South.. We will see' \ strong Companies ; ** .
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uJiU continue to give you the best of Under,this division would also come the there a people who are American In Ii: ,

/ vice best 'of -value so as to deserve the personal worken'du... Ideas and in living; a people worshipful PHONE 246 .PIELEV. BUILDINGti;

"It would be the' easiest matter in progressive, earnest, courageousand I.. f" .:
tinu our rade. patriotic people who have made It t"
the world for the mall churches of the. .f i io
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: |hap: e been disappointed in some of yours state to inaugurate the work with vast of their land, ogainst defeat and preJudice . ,. .,.;.... .-.-1'J....
"the "
heart of America.-Ladies'(
pjmd or that you have forgotten some- benefit; to themselves and to the com- ;;"" -
rrmnlty as a whole. The value of tI HQmeJournal?
' E "LONG. DISTANCE. Call us
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' I making shipment by first more direct understanding of personal Tjjyeu&" '
erve you responsibility will make itself felt to Needful Knowledge : to'B iMI,1!

the benefit of any community. The .. .. ... .
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I 'fGi NCE PHONE 1079 OR 1300 headquarters in Jacksonville will always I :: )
: be glad to answer inquiries' bear-'' You Will,"Make No Mistake* i rYoa J

this feature ,, .
ing upon of the work. '
; Follow This Kusimmee Citizen's -+ ; .. r ',
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r Ow ler Co.
Advice.
Jewelry \ S
L J. BYftD Never neglect your kidneys

TAMPAI RANKLIN mEET FLORIDA If you have pain in the oack, urinary
disorders, dizziness and ,
Claims He is the Rightful l""" father 0'- it's time to act and no time nervousness to experi

ment. These are common..ymptomlof ''
Louis L l !
Byrd. t
kidney trouble 'and you mould seeka ',
,,\ remedy Which is recommended. for II : JjJII
Editor of the Valley Gazette-Pea .
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,.) I .. SIr| : I asked* you, once before to kindly the' kldnejrs.Doan's Kidney Rills la the remedy to nfi11i'' ll .,,;-- l '

[ punt my side of this affair 1 will ask use._ No need to experiment' It has *%

:- FG\LE) OR TRADE '. you more as I see you did not print( lIt cured many stubborn cases in,.Kissim J "
\ the first time. mee. Follow the* advice of Kissimmee \ .....

; Now this assertion that Needham citizen.Kirs. Sarah. E. Rexford of,Kissimmee. .---" ,It *vx.. ...' -r'JI 11 w : lllif

M1 .... Rowland has' made from time to time Fla., says: "Our little daughter suf Neponaet' 'I. ;
;, . in,different newspapers, and you being fered from a kidney weakness forfour The U. S. Government, baa bought!

.i $2 0 worth of the Capital Stock. the .first to print it, think (It nothingbut years.over the Sbe kidney seemed secretions to have no and control this Paroid Roofing every year since 1898 often ." '+

. fair that you should give ins-a weakness was especially bothersome' at a'million; aquafe feet at, a'time; -for'u e. '.at.home c f ,

1 A ,1 true Southern Railway. ComI, wx chance by, printing .my .statement J night .We consulted doctors regarding -. Alaska, PanamaTand; : th.'.Phili pp!n., '" h

.P p. qI have never seen a child of Mrs Row- her ease and tried many remedies; but the,coldest a*' welt, a> ;the hottest "Climate'S\ p I .
land and I nothing brought' eatisfactorresults.: : 1r
,( want Needham Rowland to '
Recently we learned of Doaa's, ,
Kidney
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tlomyr" ,
boypuneedatronger'proof.oftlie'treating'gtttlitite'ea
;1. J. BROPHY, ., prove according to law that.my .on" Pills( and procured a box from the Kit l" '
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a Louis E; Byrd, is his long loet eon, or simmee Drag Co. I gave them to the bud.the satisfaction that NEE0NSET{ Paroid Roofing affords?/ .

+, .. 'Orlando, Flay. '. \ th.t Louts E. Byrd"of Ft. Myers- Fla., cnlld as directed and they ghv the relief 1 t Db you-want proof',nearer.borne 7, 'We''will' give: it to you.. ,..

'11::1 Is the'son of ''any man but'myselL for which we had so trouble gbt1 .; We-,rill 'tell yon -where you c.JIo.aee, NEty ONSET Paroid Rootij J ;4 fI ,
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.." ": ". . ,\ .t Louts' E.: 'born Our daughter now has no ,from i"See howiit looks;'leant how l10rtg jt'has been on,' and .hear *bat .
', 't. ; Byrd was to me of my; her kidneys whatever. We are very .4 ..' w'' 0 "ke
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first".wife;*'Emily Byrd:(now dead);'at grateful for the benefit'Doan'sKidney .e. ....the. .owner" .. 11'1'0"'has to. ssy'aboutyit."s',' ... "i,, ' . l' .... '
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Sebaitjan :.Flair: October; JOth, 1890:' Pills have brought.For '- ,- ? ;
dealers. t'rIcelS ,
sale by all tFoaterMllbum' NE.N rtP
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and'Mrs.. Callie,Hend.rsoni nowj "'living i I Coo'Buffalo, N.Y.;IOle ,

there,',-4s y,an- ey.watnessta-nty;; : ? son.:''agents for thes.United State"" t ; , + r .. Mfa _: .. 'tisold q:rol: .. -, 'Jt r ( .
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LouifcE.-Bryd'n.ibirth. rand Remembers; tb..!'\name- -DoansiAiid. .. I
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1k4 Acs" AR 'p entv.ot .
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ft ... : Mtsa e'PtsI&D. t.3' Nt..rt -r.-/I. /; .
Jl..ltaylor
take.no other, -V'.. {.w PROS ,
a other who him dunn his infancy. / .r .r; 't''J! : .. w 1
r ....- .... . ., ,; .,: roof, .ad .id.. of barD. ...I>ie8.'podhrr 'roof.ud Wes of r..t0.ga.e sad sal .bola. 3 a w
:Now/'what J want Isfor! -Needham .- i ::; L 1.adi.e&. .le c-. JCo.u Me tea > 11\ "< m ..,-' .,, .
Rowland to prove thane ..aed.ioD.'th\t ySpl.ndid, fM.I.. + q.dw! e. .0 i Loo..I.1k..h..biIe..Ioo\. ..1.c \ r a
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"' ; ,y.cr..roeeerbaw..h.ssree' ..
alx house .114.
foie pew room just Inside II 4 Nt".CTWATE8fItOOP .
he na* been giving put tor publicition; eJty.limits,. fipedeep wellrlot'contains kN 'r1o...R t"0aw ont..fr:6s". r_few ... ..ot. .... .....J,. ;

'andfuitbevmorel'd.fy, : : /'him'tocprov'? two acres of. ground rood,-new" a .1 ,.__:. .+..,ry respect burred ..I......r It ..''imsr s..cad I.... -...-__..._..amp a t
and'W@et@' their,1, 'Theron nos, a word of 'truth'In bam,.Wagon' and buggy: aheds. and a] bas beet tM. waded, .to.coa. tloof.a for; d &.ddtaykar_ ?
aJtipgb.li.. riven-oui,or-publica; ... under good-newlfenc....,FJn location ... bIUa d' "
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1 1Pic 'j.'y.: ibbp G.tdrdeilNiat"; t-7'\,
for small truck garden wakq :
pool
or
0tlcTwEGGS: REsHtfiISH tion j,every word .Is as base. a..lie as waiever.Dttered This is a fine 'proposition,',where tryaeneh."yon .. 'v'Y', .' " s

bymortal:: ; tongue.: 'Why Will hare the freedom ;Of. the country I .t t. .-.OLD :;;..;. ..."* y.PPANY .
; at t e !fir a brdora and there van not,an.Inch'of foundation'for yet'eloee'enough to enjoy) att the advantages \. Ml -' ; ** '
>r ice { IK .
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of'the w. '
city,1 such
tho.'w.rtlaei and ; epl.ndi4higb BeaMAKINON CO1
I think: 'that It ; tF
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Wanytpar&of fhrCitcPhone" 49 school,' best-raiarketa;' 'ehnrehee; ''etc; ; rN T ":
and rN
bis wife and rd
were Rowland'gfvea Justice! they Mould also'nty i j Tiea sM] Price, ._ f lJOO.; H.' K: Bae tm 4 Cost l. 7' r.J ....F-tC. t 'r:" .yes r.u ilA:Q'__ _. o: ) ....',. ..J

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.,*.. :THBJ 'CITY MARI .' ,, ,,. jtiANpEL'S l TEhll'PER. ; Qnoted 9800 ton ,1
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t- F'.J ... In many cities of the land the pricesof This doe : C "
for'y seems to be not to a greatlyIncreased ;or"J[; ''J ,-"" .

-R,9AkE-or" exchange terely Tried'ky,aV.ksr,WU:Knew the '.tbe. necessaries of life have, berg /consumption; but, to the factthat I' .(, '

,: .JQ8emm.; .pt.oPerty.or&nee' C.mp.er's w..It", ....' forced to such a height by shortage tn deadly plant dlaeaae la rapidlydestroying t. ", ,
supply greatly aggravated) by the'UD most of the chestnut tree You II ik. 'I ';;
j Yb'1)n; .Sh1) ale'Creek: capavlft Tbe celebrated'cotpposer Handel had r, r t 'nI.
1t' : such '. rewritable Irritation of nerves Just Increase' levied by middlemen, In the-New England states :; .
:
: tb 800 boxes, ..>
t' 600 ; r
;now 1 that ,the.mayor and,councilmen have
,
that be could not bear to bear the tunjng -
"} *&: a> f, 1"l'art' '5weeti'seedling of 1aatnllM ,'-and"therefore this takes the bull b7 the boras and in -It has-been found by. lea Jh :' A*
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m i # s .8 .lt9fs'afrril .,' done before 4' manT'a.e.. established city markets clan through loot experience that '
i' : rnileetromYittlmll ; was always be arrt" at ; ;
1
,! from shipping, I'fib.;tb@ater:, s .'. '. f where truck 'gardeners can' 80. with Juice of the orange JI moat :
iU l;fi Jk jnuslcal'' wag' who knew bow -to'extract tbelr, (resb produce and where* con In.its effect upon the 1 human ; f m: ; 1

1'i < 't : p t1nnz.t; acres Jand..prce.; ? ) -.some, 'mirth from ''Handel's sunters .can buy,'.their supplies, of: the stomachs o( chpdren.nd I. Y 'r \

t fruits! and vegetables. JDndeiv this being able to retain It when they, t :
!j; $ OOO, Irascibility of 'temper stole Into the *:t-*
,
market system not only not the Juice of any othen,fruit. '
: .orchestra ; growers < getjnie I .. _.
< I ,": .J-MWILL.S+ N, J... on .a,nightwhen1tbePrInce f' -, ---- ", !,
at Boch fot''thelr storr;ai, they :
of, Wales "' ''.to ,present-and-on-..- j ;
A"reader: 'of this department } '"J
tuned all ''the' Instruments. 'AM 'soon did before, but'COnlUJDet'a are enabled' M
to buy a t' prices' from 20'J.to doper water to a depth ot 100 feet In a
r, as the prince arrived Handel gave tbe **
cent low than to which'two men .and a drilling '
they were prior the
n ;of 'con V'V
signal .beginning, spirt but
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worked"on .tead1J for 'two -
eetablJahme t' of the market 'in Id- ,
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such was tbe horrible discord that the and dug to a! depth 'of 323 feet
i\, AND 41an.-po1la.thfltmayor'tool&: matters into'his :
'J ,SHIP"U'1a .... enraged musician started up from bin own bams and bought potatoes at the close of an unusually dry .. ]' .

To the Old r.1UM. seat and. toavlng'-overtnrned; a double It}la probably safe to consider this ',
and sold
them to consumers'at cost to
". ; i Co..U.br ...nII..t.VINZANT bass, wblch stood In his way be seized drought proof. '
& CO. a kettledrum, which be- threw with break a combination of commission comfort;
r neb violence at the leader of the band men .that bad been levying an'nnjns drj' 1 and i '
a JACKSONVILLE. PLA., Two brothers from the ; t,
tax on the people If commission
7 Vs i that be lost his rollbottomed wig ta in western Kansas have'the pact '
r men suffer as a result of this new ) .
the effort watered ten ( '
son successfully
,. -1Nq .,riVWttbouTAwaiting to replace *f t" beadvanced.bareheaded movement they" have 'themselves 'to. their farm by pumping water for air, amid -_ -.r.
blame and else. The
ne one consumIng
I to the of from a well ninety feet cnildrei '
: \\Y \trobt purpose :
public Is willing that ifclddlemen
the: orchestra; breattfmf.vengeance, with gasoline engine, The limit will ,
b'\ should receive a fair profit for banding frau
.". bat.o much choked(tth passion that yond which It Is usually considered .--
but-when the of ;
produce prices
utterance was denied him. In this profitable to pump water a ept )
Itt are advanced outrageously ,by aim .
"
ridiculous stood fitly. feet
attitude he staringand' ;
,. passing through their bands folks '
r stamping for some moments cat j.
amid' a convulsion of laughter nor hardly be expected to put up with The Hanes experiment station .
; Mrs
Editor
:: the Imposltsan. It would seem therefore ,
bad several calls lately from
could 'be be prevailed upon to resume the charms
b up to the middlemen as a classto parti of the Mat for :
bin seat until life"prince went In per- '
.
Please announce. 'to>r OUt correct this abuse or be put out of will
o-t b son/and,appeased his wrath fighting attacks of the army ; cnjey
and business to a considerable extent The work is being directed by an mile
,,7'i ; friends he public g ener4flyxtrerritly' 'l
pert, who recommends rolling
.,I ...L, t, ';t'1Joji'I';';p.)1:' , ," THE PLANET MARS.Its INFANTILE PARALYSIS IN POUL- i iI young ..wln8.t with a heavy shag .,-
f fruit aad
TRY.
which finishes the worms and
t.\i| Orbit and Its Dictate Fran the Investigation' into an outbreak of Infantile rather than harms tbe wheat that will

l Low Prices Sun .ajid'! Earth. paralysis not far from where :

'_ ; While tie asCronornerii are still debating the writer lives points quite conclusively A friend who has bad a small around \ ',

<(" '' J on.'f and weighing the problem of to'the fact tbat the disease wa* con. of alfalfa this season reports floor

'f f Mara and its inhabitants a few words tracted from chlctfens on the place, a and the
: tons of hay from it per acre, in
DEPHiJDABLEMERCHANDISE> about.the distance of the planet from number of which had a abort time before In a season' when the second and ...

the sun and earth may be of interest died of a disease which bacteriological cuttings were greatly reduced by

r The average distance of Mara from examination showed was due to dry weather In July and August

.. the sun is 141,500,000miles. The dlsHafice germs that cause infantile paralysis II I
: I it was, the 'yield was nearly .
keeptiig, from earth to inn is 03,000,000 The chickens,affected first appear dumpy times that of nearby clover

: : .is Tsp'; busy we have : miles. When sun, earth. and Mara are I lose the-uee of their legs then lie Had the season been favorable this '

':." ' In line, with tbe sun and Mara on op- around OD the r sides for several days thinks be would helve obtained a uquick. as
: 1 the market long '
: 1. 'no"E" ;' an ad this posite sides of the earth, Mars is said and finally die. in the outbreak..reter.red'to of at least five tons per acre property we or. .

to be In "opposition," and It is then not only young poultir, 'but the whole season. time for $12,600. }
: \
: \ ify. to eat
;: good closest to the earth, {f earth and young pigs and one calf were attacked divided into two

Kf" it fat... 'I Man both moved In circles about the by the disease. The disease seems to There are thousands of farms

sun the distance from earth to Mars bav8'\, ern transmitted to the childrenof I
whose do
f I ;t9 :: country over owners :
'I ; ; of the handsom
at opposition would be forty-eight anda the neighborhood through the medl think they can afford a manure lake house is ..J 1
half '(141 -03) million miler But um of files which fed on the carcassesof than tbe cost of ,
er where more a plastered.. i
( { .Il KiSsimmee neither of tbe orbits Is circular, that the chickens and later Infected food J machine la wasted annually in a : ( finish electrlo /
: r which the children ate 'The case In } i
of Mars beftg much more elliptical of fertilizer elements as a result shrubbery in

than that of the earth, with: the result question points plainly to the necessity careless handling of the barnyard for anyone de Jt.
i J ".., ', of burning or burying deeply tbe bodies where lfiey----
that at opposition Mars may be nures. A ton'ot fresh manure Is
of all chickens that die from the I .;! breeze from '
u far away u 61,000,000 miles from f2.25 In crop prod action, but I lose
1 disease and a further warfare on all day in the year.
Taylor the earth when there Is an unfayora per cent of this value If allowed
dies the premises. As this front veranda.
about
ble opposition, or Mars may come as para weather in the open for four or the
; by owner
disease in
lytlc has chickens
appeared
ft'.J' months. On this basis it will be
close U 85.000,000 miles away, when introduce'cus
I *.' ;r' .,' 'Quick Delivery Phone 250 n cure has as yet been found for It. ;
; It Is as near u It can possibly come how quickly the value of a >> I let. tbem deal

". .', ))0' .. to the earth and Its! opposition Is then would be dissipated., .
TWO SUCKERS. '
.) the most favorable possible. At sucb
,-, of recent date tell of the house 8 rooms
Dispatches of section
This matter finding a
times Mars Is brightest In the eby and .
.. fleecing of two Iowa farmers'-by a the country In which tbe climate poultry :
appears of greatest slse*--New York wel 171 feet e
World. ruse that for sheer nerve and brass deal Is a good deal of a wUJ- '-tb..w } frortl .
on the part of the perpetrators and undertaking. It's too-hot In ; I
plot, east '#:
Biggest of Cannibal Banquets. ulllblllty[ .on the part of the victims mer In Texas, too muddy In Oregon St ti -r' ,

\\ Probably the biggest 'cannibal orgy eats any fraud that was ever perpe- winter, too cold in North Dakota : See ui rte'

on record la one of which Miss Bea-, trated. A chap of the name of Hag- so on when the fact Is that It of this ,

.t flee artmsbaw tells In her book "'TheNew gins met tbe grangers on a train make each an awfjT sight of ..<'

I KBIILLOCK: New Guinea" "In IBM a ship- scraped an acquaintance wIth them once what tbe weather la for ao"r some) very
and their confidence that begot
load of Chinamen was being taken so won periods during: the years if onl> located three
tbem to send him small to
bEAL down to Australia., The vessel was sums doing well In a business way abd on nice high
' ESTATE Rossei bet on horses in Chicago. Of course in war of all
t wrecked upon a reef close to bUIlT and nappy. On tbe other
the races on which tbe was bet short time. Let
' money
{ 1NaaNN NrarrNrrN.. Island (New Guinea). The officers escaped If one Is not prospering tbebest;
panned out right, and tlje stake and
INSURANCE In boats, but were never afterward mate In the world won't suit him
winnings 'were returned to the farm-.
5ia heard of. 'As for the Chinamen, support him. insii of city .
VJ'JS ers. This .fired.'their.'cupidity. and
: : ilnatlon of Titles numbering 4.820;; the natives .captured shortly after they received! word to ; consist of a five- ', .,
them and put them on a small barren There are thr e. practices of a mile t 'I: .
raise all the they could and
Island, where they bad no food and no money b7 t many famllles'that have been Small house, '.t"
send It to nagglns, as a race was tobe Ofi" .
in I.
Specialty. land all \
r means of getting away. They kept pulled off on which they >were sure lawed by modern Views pf fast 1 y \
their prisoners, supplied with food their and which are without question very
.to win. They mortgaged farms command '
a
;
soon
Correspondence Solicited. from the mainland and every now'andthen for $3,000 each,''sent the money to the sponsible for more dumpy spella ; deslre'at any ; .r
carried away a few of them to doctor's bills than any others in for
stranger and In a short time received sell It res -
eat until all but one/old man bad been word that they had won and that whole category of offenses against $1,31)0.: )

c levonred. This one succeeded events they could have their money by going laws of health. They are keeping ;
STOKES9 in getting and told something room windows closed during the resident lots
5 Mfi p'1 J1 N Q ally away to Kansas City. They went thither : in southern
of the story which seems to but found no nagglns and no money. hours to promote warmth the view of lake

lave met with general disbelief. True Today they are a lot wiser, but con- of kerosene lamps turned low !: bcasftt of tbe

1 oeedsMonerrnaklna It Is, however, on -tbe evidence of the siderably poorer financially. the: same hours and tbe banking up almost contln-

4 sons of those who did the deed. i he house with ill smelling : locsUtv fertile

"THE GOOD OLD TIMES. from the barnyard. Any one of ( all' that makes

: strains-:, Kn' .w What H. Was "' Not a few elderly folks are wont three practices is bad enough, in this sec
'for market The stalwart policeman who guards wben all three are combined It l nsll these lots
rowers still to refer occasionally totbe "good tll sell the.
'' **Bes y Beet Eeily"'TcauU. the traffic at Euclid and a cross street old times." In many ways they were a pretty stiff combination. OOe/ large lot 1
1
wiwi wherever well dressed old gentleman
F.p.ri.lly rescued a
grows :
good for folks bad or, at least took
to Iks Sou*. PU..IOd'ofc- From .beneath the very wheels of aD.iutomobU. The fellows on the usually low ,
little more ,time to breathe and enjoy -
'. $1.00, Ib. $3.75.Sukss' ..., a wet land who in wet years past / : : W consisting "
life's best things as they went :
.Stss4ar4 SsMUl Cble Tuaste.JM "Officer," said the rescued man "are lone a heavy business in wed rooms, oo
f.M. Jong. Then again in some other respects
t u i eM woctcUi married?" bUllfrogs and pitchfork burn, feet deep. 20
i SsKUl Slr.lMoB t.Cucuml> .M t. you the old times were not so good young shade !
." answered the policeman been in clover during the' past
"No sir
) so doa, WataqMloo l etc. An Incident Illustrating this truth was < ''t. This prop-
+ T S..d SM your lift ol cad wuU eaj ill "Ah.,well you win bear from.. me inS narrated to the writer the other day seasons and have already I | and Is a de-

r I q o e yos < epeasl wkeleuU price* lac day or,two nevertheless." friend who Is near his seventieth bumper crops of small grain and land is high
.1 SMrfcet gwdeiwn.; A* any .tt*. wrie j After be had gone a friend of the by a soon gather big yields of corn. a nice quiet ,
1 te
,' i< *. the old guy that you wasn't married T .its neighborhood hundred dollars or variably rich and fertile-should Price flSOO. ,

.Walter P. Stokes.SeeJsma* You've got a wife an' kid at home more. To meet this obligation be decided fully appreciate that the tilling of .
to sell his bogs. He found the and will In main have
PK.Ud.lpU.. and I know It tbe the Vacant lob
d "Sure I bave. But'U rd told him market price was 00 cents! a*hundred. result In making It productive just outside.

50t so he'd bave sent me a ham or a bas To save his bacon to the fullest possile these two dry seasons have done, : ', good

ket of grapes As It Is bell probably > extent and to save hauling expense that the sooner' they get lt>tUle4- or truck
with little I b. drove tbese> hogs'eight miles. will be'the and school:'
come through a purse. sooner they cease to

:H, + ,1' 'W:1.::: 'YDJ'DOZI I ain't no fooir, -Cleveland, Plain Dealer. When hardly earned b4r tendered proceeds his from creditor tbe sale tbe to less raise victims bumper of wet crops seasons on It and every be ; us show1'' you .,


r "nee of Direction In Bees of these porkers the latter replied that

t.. 1 (\.' The directive: sense possessed by bees h. was In no hurry' ,far It ,and reaD7J.a.D't The commission men are at orangegrovelo1t
,
,. la the object of research" made by hi.Gaston need itTRANSPLANTING same stale old tricks this year- .
.t Bonnier of Farts, and he seems IT, reporting tin oversupply of fall :
.
7k \ t. '
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l and
bees a TREES IN FALL. ; grape- ,
to have proved that possess winter apples.and thus "bearing" aJ .
> V Real ,Estate special sense like carrier pigeons Experiments The writer Is asked whether, an elm market. They will likely continue \ five-room? cleared cot- ,'
..
} showed .that bees can fly tree transplanted In the fall will live. In this line until the fruit Is ; This is an .x-,

,,'t ; _ _ two ,mfa to their hives even when This depends upon two conditions much out of the growers' !lands, ''you ,will have, "

/ deprived of the, organs of sight and first-tbat tbe. tree shall be practically prices will jump as If they bad life .with city,,
t smelL Many scientists and among dormant (growing process over")) at the given an electric shock There Is ; can be secured

t'';; KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA others!'Dadent have always 'declared time It Is taken up and secondly, that tie' question that In the ess..of this proposition
.
v that bee are guided by the sense of It be kept 'well 'watered.from the timeIt summer and early. fail apples ,' $9,600; terms. ,

one and a bail miles. Bonnlers experiments such tbaf the winters are severe. but that there is more than half a .' ',

proved that bees detect la fall as In' spring transplanting the of standard late fan and winter ,

THOMPSON odors,at,only.short::distances, roleshould! be followed of, cutting pies Is not born out by either the / .'to tJ/iIt/

.back the top of tile tree tAt correspondwith ) mment crop: reports or those from I '

k .\ i4t.! ; N.'Preps the root system. la the spring er reliable sources< .Hence: If one

,. fy, 'Jinotsel
1., ',4f I.''DIRECTOR story of .' woman In a manufacturing -. tress should be kept well watered/IU prayed and Is free from worm It 1 :

? tevn..I'Approaching bar for sta UM season .. dry. and this ta atada the be well worth hit while to baa or

a. ca., .. ..1UIte4.xit4ft1aaT.' .,300 mate easy Sf each. tee: is gives good .re! carefully,and if,a fair j 1(..

: any 'chOdrsnr '..' moJch-ot atannwor, other,lithe, that not offend by buyers at oacsto : : it'V

''L .E1ZB)4LMER, I' J7W_she replied.,:"I hava. to work'' -wtu' .bold...- *,.'and_preventevapc: : .. h* fruit,ln_cold; .storage,;. : ) < : :".,".: h..;
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utTr. cragu of :
fteiMft, e&CtdQTsTP. IByBsllti -f : fruits bare been iQinnamiiisd :: '

a ''f '. iv vi H-' i: ,*). :r.-' .. .. ' ' ..r't.. . : t._. t otnrnlssloo met long ooogb, and '
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fir OpposiUConrtbouM 'IndIlistis.. P.r, F 'e.. .. c -:".( high-tIme'the former" took tits :

Bna-Tbey are very much ta 'love /" <" ,',' .. J,1 -" aaiy! measure* ,.to safeguard :;l .

with each other '4 StaQayary.. She ....1'ae'pk suggested above .

-** Ooesnt';even :want;hlnvto-have/; -. , ".' '. Intelligent co-operative effort "ar%,

g I scion tmless ,she csn., share. tt-Newlork .; means ,by.wblca this .end may .be : "
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- 4 jffit--ttf: : : : nsy" It........... ,'Liss -MOOd .abbara ...... and tsoRh.d 2- w.'r tsetl

i : 'COFl t'I I '> AIM oar. t.ddleb.ss. with '...lhlego. 011 all weeen; ";"' .-:: ,i.If..- J' fAt "

; 1vfQantainHorneBy andwe:; 'had only to"seco** avoidable lencUT t eeaelwle41WMM: hae !

1 I -., I/, place for our luncheon/; :Welfound'thls: : to atoypp'alt' igptretobed'wit4. : ;wy '
., East.Co; red "t. In a ((shady detl.:where ODe h rsea tier clothes on >r':strip' before.'.'tIMiat'1o: I 1
'. j" I [ D.; M.. BaI YR"';;] afowedto graze"while"'wevateX, .We picked np-my chair,and went to the Wd.He .

I Heal 1 Coffee ofej let the: tatter part or'.the. 'summer of d.zankfrom: a fountain' that needed; no' ook off>n j 'coat and began to loose

,-a pound gob.p a av r. '.69, I. being'at. that times resident. of Ice, Our itpast ended we.re,umed:our buttons.! ; "I."thought ,Uifc':would "'sendthem '
,
and a half of 0 .. 1 you Knox'yW.;'Term.-1'was sent as a:jmessenger journey.1- It was' cJe fty" .Impossible 'out, but they eta sd'1'ight' there,' YOUR. HOME

; e.u.e1"a i iIng. coffee to th. Nollachuckee association, reach Knoxville' until long'after dark' 8 .,I 'removed my clothing and'got in ., , :
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QnJ7 S6c.a In the'ma4 }- Which* net that JfJar! .at' Sevierville. I and the suggestion of.my companion to bed. .iTfce reader\IHaitnot: Imagine 'llhateverworkyodvinldone(

T RI 'an.' : was accompanied by Henry Davis, one tarn'astd.and. spend{ 'the night-at the there. was anything* pad about thee ...., -' atouodwVh. House there't a':' t it.

of the' "officers' ot' my'church, a high- home of a friend he knew,'met.mi approval. { girl*-H. was. Jut. the custom otbetry -' ". .
toned Christian geiftleman, and thoroughly ,A Journey'of.two miles some COUll .\) ; : 4KYANIZEFINiSEt, FOR 'i ': .:)

I Dibblej&Sonl acquainted with thetcountry over what off,our courts, tookuatotheplaceHerejre , s Next morning: before dayi I heard theo ? '" ,!\-, J
+ which-we were to travel.' Altogether were warmly welcomed, Davisas d adl' Il."OJ.. JaD..ol. man,", and ,, + .
) ; : orF'loonj.laoleums : "' '
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BroJcwaf .....
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:
.If.- ; ; roO the trip'w..'an old and I his 'tf" .J.
agreeable one, barringthe when Finiltlk'
i ..an acquaintance as he answered hecontlnuedr""You and-Oil& Cloths U8CFoe. Floor :
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. discomfort'of horseback friend. The' ) '' '\...
riding to house was. a single story, better call Bill and hare him'catch a "' I ,,' J
which.I was unaccustomed..' But.,no two-room structure. placed on.a sort of ohlcken /orbreakfast.. ;Bill "wasroosed ) !*UndlpT' 'finl 1.hand I _;'" ; (;\\1 "' 7.

.. other mode transportation was practicable shelf formed by cutting down a project. up and.,, ju soon' a* he understood what ._ aHinalde. work Use Interior, Finish J I: ,'y'. ,
: fcu k owing to the [eonpition of the lion of the'' mountain.. .There ,was one wait required, he went to the replace For'outside doors,exposed -; : J'
roads, which Ii:many places were. little large f room called !4the. hvll" 'which raised a plank!and caught the cblckea ,. Use. ..''Spar _Finish: : ... '.l'

. better than tails, Our way lay along served M living/room/ and bedchamber ..About this tlme.tbe ,girl* & gan to Boat oG'anwotor, :.. .. t \ 1I 1/' .
" the Smoky :Jmourfjkaina. 'Sometime we ,I and. a long'narrow apartment etit.,, 'One-popped up in bed,1! ,.racliSdout .For.furniture sad iron. 'I) -1 mot'' ri'>'

-- chtthbered; er'rocky'.pun and sometimes the back that constituted, .th.'ldtehen "and took her tJoth..lrollr a-chair; 'bedv U.'. J.....White' .. '.Enameix. )j I "
; through deep_gorgesi;.occasionally I I and dining room*
1 we-saw a tiny rill that came from somewhere of a man and woman of about middle hOOk'or buttons,' and stepped' out-and : : ;E.cIt lAe .absolulstrf/er ,thefporpoaa'itfende < .' ,r
-1 BESTfFOR : the'monntain so small ;two buxom girls of probably and the ":and '.. all done VW .. ''
HE YOJR; up. yon I age s then Bother, .It as ,money bock 1/Kyaglxe Joetn't.. JoaU,JM i&fai
xt could:stop It with your'foot"until the 18 years' and a boy of?about 14 yean,. nicely as'you please. :'The';;miDth.r: resumed .W: tT.' A l>

. : accutnulatep water broke over the.obstruction 1.A'small fire burned on,the hearth fort bet clothing In like miner,.and '" !M sf'1tl! ',Fw S J.Ljo'J
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t HOME OR SI and went tinkling on its way. I U customary ilk the mountains. even hurried'to the kitchen? ;jTbe old mail ROSS GRAVES' '

A number of the rills united to form th. In.summer, to,have a little fire towards pushed the.1 chunks, together and Went : \ dj
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babbling brook which basted to 'reach' the close. of .day.". 'W.,.aat Uva; semi to look, after the horses, so I had a clean : "t
SIMPLE, ECONOM' the shining river not.tar shay.> Ford circle:facing< the chimney which.WM field;' ; .

INST-Li. ing these brooks was sometimes attended built of i sticks and clay and were soon We parted after breakfast' with .ur EASY TO with considerable risk .owi-c'jto/ loosetonesCon on the best of terms' the old man chewing gent request to "come again.'.'. \We SEEDS'and POULTRY :SUPPLIES', '
which horses stumbled tobacco and the old woman and the had ' time 'and .
( our all /eltv we had a "good We can supply :you for (immediate shipment "
The result pf>> 14 years luoj. badly. girls sucking their snuff sticks the latter without thought of' anything wrong.: ; 'iI'.
r experience in Lighting oat We reached the place ''on '!h. second little cautiously:"as If.ashamed. It,seemed; strangeto me; however, SHA.1 TS. [PEAS 'O. iwTS"Mott :.A
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; of operating day' and received royal welcome Bro. r After awhile the old lady said, "Mol v .complete. line of Poult!')' SuppJle.. Garden : Y N plfrM
no great an ' V ;,:. and Field Seed In Florida,
kerosene. Rivals Su ht. Davis was personally known to a number ; ly, you better see it the cowl are corning GHOSTLY BUTTERFLIES. """ *,
'WRIT
CATALOQUB .
FOR; lU-UaTRATBD .
of the brethren and my position aspaitoc home. 11Gt1 '
Increase real t
.Let us tell you estate more va a the .of .a city church a(afull-fledged The larger girl jumped up and ran/ to: A. (,..1.. In British'- Guiana ..WheeeWlng .. ..a., r.,->.w -, E: A., 'MARTIN. & COMPANY J0lt:::.f .

STANDARD :JACET\ .NE D. D. and moderator of the largest association the,, kitchen chimney and looked rte .:An.Tnnspareat. 4fl.1' r .a
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' \ AND GASOLINE L IT in that part of the state was flue WM"sitting where I could see In "Our Search For a'WDderneas", 1 'r, a
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ING SYSTEMS.: ..Se pare. all;that was necessary to secure for me everything, and the look of amazement Mr. WUllam. Beebe of/the,; New Yorksoclogtcal' 7 .... : ,, --'- 'i-" ..
,describer Txls' first '. " .
In ofthis visit the respect and park
ticulars of yoir nqui cuts advance. In'rny face''attracted' the Ipld woman's
confidence of the brotherhood. had all Sight, of, the transparent butterfly
and we will 'gladly ifnich attention., I never "In my borndays" ,.
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fosters plera -of BrtUso Guiana an -
There nothing in the meeting dif-
was heard of etch
an estimate. : thing as looking '

.\ elsewhere fering from'and meetings need) of not like)'jbe, character described up. the chimney to see if the,cows werecoming Insect'wing-any through'whose substance on which outstretched it rests ''S
Question
l further than to say that exercises home! So when th. girl. said .can bft-clevly seen.. Xmas Sol lye4 33
were highly interesting. On' the third 'Yes' ,.ma'rn', they ara/moat! here," the Ar we crossed'a swirling creek 'On t ,' ..
, 111 KAevr llAy day after our arrival. the meeting: ad- old lidy with a'merl')"' laugh, Invitedme the trunk of a, mighty,fallen, tree
Th.-..nlee. closed with
J.. .. .. f'M journed. an to look\ and sure enough there they something fluttered ahead We could ,
KSON'IL RI DAC old fashioned handshaking that still remains ':
I ('. a pleasing memory of the put were aa plain as plain could be, coming not see what It was. .Closer we came, A pair Burt & Packard. shoes, for. imp$;. 3.SO to' F I 's ,
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The next morning we began out jourM down the mountain above the house. ana still the object: remained Indlstlj A Tan Can.Metal ,Buc1c' io ii <
ct.We seemed to see a butterfly pair or
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The girls mI1ked. while the.jnoUr "
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-.i- :" t 4I got supper ready and before .dark'we and yet tbit appeand\iii> Oi lb-- :At N Bboft.for4A radi : ,13:50 and $4. ,
last we- marked 't'cto'WD QII a fern 1

I wen all.meal seated in aftable which enjoying the best a milk substantial frond wen wlthln.ana crept.two feet up unto of It. .our Nothing eyes . A / Dancing ''Pump* for.1 ladies, ,*$3.oo to400 f '

and buttera nd the finest corn bread figured was "risible but the graceful lacework A Pair kid/'Goo.e} school]:shoes,. $1.25 to $3.00; : ':

largely. I mention'these particularly of the frond until a slanting beam,, of Everwfar 'Guaranteed; 1
-L because they constituted my die sunlight struck It. ,and there. close ,. ,Hosiery. / .,. 25e'to '$1.00, .,
There WM an Abundance of good things before us. was the* ghost of a. butter

ItNev'er FlickersThe to e.t. including plea,'cakes and jelly.) fly- SHOE REPAIRlNC'IN"CON. . . ECTION'[ .'
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After supper we resumed our placesin It spread fully three incnea; but was <

The long winter eren- the "hall",. and fdr hours everythingwent wholly transparent, save for'three tiny /f you c/on'f know what"to buy. let than a Gift'Couponty ;
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of the margin of each , J-r ? JJ .'L IV;
f merry M a marriage bell, It pots azure near --! -j- T >
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give a woman a splenI '
IAs i
( ought.to be observed that a man who hind wing. ,' ---:-We aware'ya.Up'te-aat Scrvkc-. :
did. Chance for sewing or ;' we looked it drifted to a double "
can't raek jokes" is regarded M
'' t 1 embroidery; but her eye I sorry "company among the 'people of beaded flower the scarlet of a %ofth.rlet.. ,aDd flower when and Italighted "S
suffer from the strain unless think I L M.. WHIDDEN' & CO.:
., r that country, and I' contributed the green of the leaf wen as distinct ; ;
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he ha a good light. my full shan to the general .toe !. as'If seen through thin mica. and the ok
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-1 The Rayo i is the beat Well after 'wbUe I began ta get faint gray. base of the JD eet'a' wings :t:.... /'" :.. .
sleepy and ventured tQ say that I would was marked only by the Indistinct "
!lamp made. like to retire. I guess it w.' the firs venation. >. '

It gives a strdg' ,diffused fight: that i u remarkably,eay toe eye, time the -word had been. heard in that .The appearance of this'ghostly butterfly ".9t' _

.. There ianopretoitt no flicker.> It fight up a.whole room.. bou..,- but the'old man'."caught; on,;' amid the silence and acre lnsp ... .... '
stillness of the reeking i' *:' .. .
IDa Junglewasmost '
: The Rsyo i a Va economical: lamp too.' for he saw that I was sleepy. 'Wttbol. t . .- '
r Yon grt UM awl.DoMLIe ligU-.Jo lor the. ca burned Iud.the. fUyo ..... b a a word to anyone or {torn,anyone begot .Impressive., .
'_ 4ap. fit it s Ii.ad..e: leap-: a..e: to ray nom is the. 'hnu .. upand went ''jto the back of the "
y Ii' fn.. Rays a:.:... I. .sill liclad widaaaI reeoieg eJ..de ar cIWMe I eother rL1* where there wen three beds, and BIG BELLS;, x.i
:r.t.u. of .olid..hmti i iym .pw.a I Jso Ia semsroos Uriel room 4 r.. ,t Presents for Everyone ; .
:
! ." : : turned down the cover of one and ,told ,
I Ai rwr Lkr......> Ui ... .1 R**.'I"-I er ...-.'...........cIIwWooi me ta "turn in." I expected .the women Canton Has One :VlghUeX.Feet.'High. ., '
aay mtmmtf .. imm and Ferty-flve Feet In'dFoiNnVennoe.Some ,,. \ \ ,. .. ..
but
Standard Oil 'Company to go out they never budged. of --the old "World bell are If yea don't know what to give him code inland 'loh''at :*.

((1-) I gaped". and yawned there'and and/'piled on the heavy indeed.: "Gnat ,.Fa..." 'of St.. the Scarf'Pin and Cnff Button Set l ia neat tined b.xes&a .f'
talked
but sat
agony, -hey Paul's cathedral In'-Ifenasvl! weighs. t' ties, Mufflers, Umbrella, and S3k and fancy Hotiery'V-! : .
seventeen tons and.. is nearly .
: nearly Womea
1 For there up Handbag, Jewehy-'BaretteyBaek' ; tau
The first \
around. "Big .
feet
thirty Ben" of Westminster was cast mere and\Side Comb, .Silk and Fancy:.}Hoic.r7etc./ .] ,', ; ;:' ;y '; ,

about than fifty fourteen' years tons ago and and was weighed about DpfTT ,FORGET ",JHE'PLACEJ! !: :; //; .-!' t'


that Refreshes twenty-eight Ben" bad a crack feet and around was made But over"Big, CASH STQRfe; ''

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Sleep losing some weight, and -the ,clapper . : ,

was made smaller, being now 000 F. H LAWSON Proprietor, -, Next. door. 'to. "PoetofficeTerm. . 'n_'"-
I pounds Instead of about a ton. "Pe
Depends largely on the mattress ter of York" cost 110,000.. weight ts
4 twelve and one-half tons; twentytwofeet ,
you buy. The mattress must bc of In tbenabouta. -,

uniform thickness, gently elastic to The diameter largest hanging or bell In' the ............. :. ........._._: ..._-_.:":...".... 1 . '

' 'UJ4H1p... world .I* said to be that in the great Per Coarse
lines at the : $50 t. $80 Seal for Datriptiri
Llten
ij conform to the body Buddhist monastery near Canton. It .
Is feet In height and forty-, "may,
eighteen
the
sleeper '
I a ,gam same time supporting are feet in circumference, being cast I" SPECIAL 1: \. 1 F.. '

i Ii I H without.pressure. of solid hrance. This Is one of eight FREE SCHOLARSHIP')
monster beQs that were cast by com b" ;
mand of the .Emperor rung I/O aboutA.

The Princess Mattress D. 1400. It Is'said to have cost the .To anyone organizinga; club of four (exclusive'oifthV (- : 1 l'
*
lives of eight who wen killed In
men organizer) .we will give a free scholarship or ./ .
1I 1 the of The whole bell
1M process casting. 1
I on both aide la ''covered with an in.scrlption To any clup of five scholarships. .we will give eachV, Jj >'' : .
4 Is ma<:]e of cotton woven by out: specially designed In embossed Chine character Ten Dollar oath discount This offer ,islnot''goodI'; ; ; '' '

7' machinery into layers of'light fluffy felt tone layer about ..,.half> an-inch in length after: January 1st, 1912.. '- w < 1 ?, v .1
placed the other 'to insure uniformity of covering even the top piece' from :. Ii. :
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: upon '
4' y r = thickness. It weighs full' 50 pounds, and is encased tog which 84.000.It airings These, the characters total number ten a tx Ingle Mount Yemen Business s. omggI:. I ,

'; % 'll in ticldng artistic: in design-plain stripe or story one of the Chinese clautclt. .
f '\. , Franklin Square Building \ '' ,
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of durable quality. TAMPA .t'
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\1' fancy- Phone 9-8-5 tFIORIDA JJf I Ii
\ f I I YY e Ours is the oldest, largest' and best equipped ,,' Treee, aweekly I*, Oranges.The'.Mundna published.-. .inRontsf -_._._. _..__._--"LI'lI", ,,'''..__{ ., 'I.t,

in'the south for, the manufacture of mat- .
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factory ln flte'vlinrnage*, states that 't
4 is our'specialty.. "SVc ,;., _.',.. , I. :(
PRINCES i
ad0pt.e4'11i-
,tresses. THE on* of the methods >> '
sell 60 night's trial, promising to refund Japanese) to produc their )curious ; /. '
under a ,
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dwarf trees i* a* foCowto The pulp of D 'W. :: : ...: 1-
\ satisfied.,, We are safooi : ..TRUMPELLER '; cy ;
' i In doing this because we employ none but xpert bola)and, the..IIkSa''' cued, with''a''mIx- di..L1 reW64.Meid M'T, ilae ir'.ow'. c. { ::
t'Sns.etd i mm a. ' ,experience who make THE taN of wool charcoal and deb earth. .
of long .
Y BJI' workmen well ; with on*. seed toward.to opening} lethe IocatH Ia K .-.., aM........ Ie .4J.. .... ,:' ., 'r r'1.'
flighted,1f .
a PRINCESS, by hand .ina large, akin ,Tb orange .la pot tri a glass. cheaper aa4 better tkaatae red caaeV., H* *.li* a.ti'( 'f ..

...4' -- thoroughly:ventilated factory.Ask . . and watered" ,by 'u.e'bole, and every i repaaia 4 w'V ti f now and .then mtle.wood ash I. All! garieats duo> .separatey7 rat daasped ia tegetlief.' .VValley
.. T f I(: t' dealer, fife should b.iable to sapp1y yoar.-' 111_T-. added,1..The'ntene ahoota'throogn the .c' . "
> your : \ .
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I tafonned before buy. : dint.adtbyoots. pierce tb* skisAs fII. OIf e!..' F' ;,
t 'SI write .direct 19 mLv'Be: .sun you,are. _. you :a op .- .
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S' .. -" ; 'i soon aa.they.do so they an cut e& -
", '.Gh 1s// -, pp'g < Aftertwo or three yean of this treat-
; ment the plant ,win be .only a' fur

' fr '. Sprl-ngbed,. Co. ;. L: :. ... Inches hlgh.butwOl.have the.,aspect '
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-i4Ai'FR: $ : .. . Old newspapers for safe thji'offlce ABOUT KISSIMM : 3 3VIi ;)
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'C"lIfi.ftl' l S'iN: oieJties: :I ; {latrstln -.",story ..f',Ibsen "a*,, 8.u'1'18T.: Do.AucoN's :

./ U told" la,a. Part contemporary. ,. .Bunyan Stephens, pator.. .
, . .1 .. . . Ue, 'a' 4rwsglan.poet. wag''.ac-'. Sunday-: '
, .. ., . .. |o, spend part,of the sam r ''CoMt
Bible School 9.45 a.'m., J
R (L |'"O: .. t BerchUisg den, In tb.'gsiee-I] ,, r Main and. Mqnroe.J |
.. ... Preaching Jl"a, niand.7.16p.m., | '
KM*L'i-* \ ,,' i ,fljj,/n ". .>.c' .*' .* Allot'On one of.tW. occasion: *,' of( Business Colleges ln ate | | ,OOO.
j; *vi. B. Y. B' U* 8:45: p. ny, ( system ,
to joarnlnc'ta thi neighborhood, ,
f'ff *' "I'i\ fT'S NONK-TOO'EARtY tovbegin the Chrfetma *shopping and tamed iap.bIa ;frtehd'a .... .Co ii unr.( n-d: Sunday::, ' graduates. More'"than'100-- liven- 1-
4* ] .,| n*** will find. th. choicest assortment' of 'K ta. We nave ,,
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Monday after Srd Sunday)
and asked to M* Mine, L!., aMbat -' -( POSITIONS 0
!L I > 'v pR MW the largest line of ChrUtmas NoveltU\' to+ be found in to secure graduates; r
t : JL.J-,flyt. 'SMSnrJ,k Including;wood and }*.*KAV. .-ood.II!' great.yarlety-t '. ,they oeed oot.disturb,.tb* ,.Woman' Miasl: Unlon-rrDeyo. S p.' m.Wednesdyraft .' more Florida''and Georgia Jban
by
K ',,'1.' : :, Wbea- aWlaml'.ppeerecl' ( .r J.t Sunday)., and Georgia
rs Florida Wd'also
: *.d. .It P *,Pnty.el trtflr bat* Wont::Miss; Union. :'Social, 8 to5pm ALIi; OTHER I Ii4 Ik Il
Wri.TYAJULt WrUUAJ.' .., com oflL. Re,.IwI.p ias1, Thursdayf'. .. v" teach BY MAIL. Catalo ue ''''',,''
/ rHlgb: \:pblUVed c1 and: hand-painted,, napklnlrinj, puffboxe,.' ,and Mme.- 'A..JL.j .. "
.. !*. ; tfaread. I4e. ,wo Prayer meetlne1OO p; m., aVisitors .
" .
r hand,mirrors > ., offered, to *.w, on th* buttoa. .Tt \
It i always. rlcom.V
'u fl/I', J'i\ poet would,aoC beer of It.:'All ,
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Mr.1' ..
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> that she would aid him A-
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V l;::'1I' ..,:D .h.j. 'Nut'Dow11;' Fruit Bo.'l..'Book R ck.Mlrror i"'N ; : ..'.difficult. ; the:,needle,Tb* lady.;::D.>'of ad conn found,'' y ', ''. r:..PREBflYt I : fgalAN.8.3Rayder : -.; t\

,, -i,, kin fllngs'iSteina"Sewtng'Compw'" : 1Q n., .Bou" .. saving'E
St.p 'I ; pator.\\ S. :
..BoLM.H&r! .. : '. J( and .lbaen'went on'bIa'7' S.
+ t \ ; Regsiv.rs l\ tej ,,' , OJ,:..' ... l', .'Of ..,. it'f.,'> ...I y'H 'Sunday":,,.School:S.46 a., rat.-+ S.. .
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kTfEIk' \ ; .,. Ibsen. ,, kelson; superintendent.Church .
,1I; ;" >" it t1oo "
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'r I 1' ome.-daya aftr-'tb needle diffi, Service 1J.a; *n 1: and 7.00; !) p.m. Cement and |

ft' ,. i :Poaketaih't"widel'viriety&rdand'; Bill CasesT,Match' and waa.unnoup ted:1, Tolatime .n* 'r \ChristianEtideavgr: 6.lI$- ,-m., '. -

P, g !' .. ,c; Caaea,(vWatchj( Fob. Painted (Mats,1 Shaving 'Pad- Snap Shot to ee-.th%poet _There! .was, .no. iyervand Bible!t ..!!udyjhunde17.00< Work of
r .-burna in different Gilt-Edged &,for an Interview with.y the' "' '
e }sy +I./- : styles, Playing Cards in leather e. -l.
P.m.'I '
i >v i !ridge coor*1 Pada. etc.Faney'Boxe.; ,- Banks, eu;., Alligator i> wife -la the .cou... of con-rer- ( cordiallytnvited.to all.rkes SIDEWALKS A
i t.k"-V-'t; *: ,4eItis.' 1 Including' thu..Luck, Charm,,TU Eacks:..et.c,. vf. .1.be. la&.f.. "wUhtng'to, get:?he f avsiwrsmwt... ;;. ,.4 : .

t"f a r' c", .. ( ...... .**' 1Dq' lre4' ..om.wbat'utlr-'' ,jI. > Residence Phone 58
. lL. .. *sUia.jRuJiM!;; *, iL .- If 'abe could o- of any ''servfc' A Office Phone 132 AVe.
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.V < fr'!" hoaband' ' \, '
friend,1 Could METHODIST.
'EO Lk eh- -
I "S Pe.arce:
t h O(' : :., :. ,+ ', another needle for him 7 'WA Wm. H.: Funk; Ph. D... paator.Sunday' .

e .......U .... .. .. : '>' thanks. dear'' madam," .
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.' ,. '" "" If' '' .1'' toy School at 9:45: ;;* rn. -J. L. -
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," <<1/ .1> //It. ,' "" . 't the author of "The DoIT Overtret, .uperi tandent..
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"I, took when,
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care you
,4p-" .'.:.. ' the .needle for "me .to make /Preaching' services 11' a. 11.nd.7:30. .
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T MAN
p.m SUCCESSFUL
\ EV.PRY
>' I\J '"'" "* long; enough: to last the 'i/'
fw
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if-= ,li Kfp' : :$jJJotJlfltA.b.outJl"'ke'a,1J.JieelbarrowU 8Umme "-London JBlobe. Junior League p.m. 4:111: SUCCESS THE SAME WAY- ,
t
Senior
.League,Wed. 7:30 p. m. .
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fer \v- ,I" i' f."..',*' .. I *' *.,.''..'***"' < CHANGJD HER'MIND.:> .' prayer service Thurs. 7:80 p. m. : BY SAVING
1ff 4 '' iW"
1.1'4.". J., fI; "t, ;, -t\\ 1; : ,', -** Do you want to be successful? Start 1n
; > "j '.O.m. In Oemeifie Eoenamythe You are cordially Invited to each of
"1:' ,* ., '
C : 'i 'd ',' Husband Played. theta services. ,
:IIi' s. ,
.. '.:;r.'fl;, .'.. ,,' .. S ; 'can'somettmri be 'made*'a* CITIZENS BANK OF IfjiMMEE

,''>,. \; '!<': "" .i r.. : In domestic economy at- In
'0/', :'f.. } r ,., I of war. By war of U- CHRISTIAN. ."
: ,. : t'i'''r' 'E11ri , ...' ":;fP consider: "an instance' that Ar M. Chisholm, pastors We have more Saving Accounts than t k in

.';" { arose In a certain city; .. Preaching at 11 a. m.' and 7:00 p, m. Osceola County. .
...... .' young housewife Vbere :Bible School. 9.46 a. m.-C. E. Yowel A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you J n /redone

fojWHr. ,\ ,.; 1 opportunity to bur at a. 'treat superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant do so at once.
( a handsome rue 'which- she '
superintendent. ----
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.,.. l'I.' .. The price wasonly_ '$200,* but Christian Endeavor every Sunday; ASTHDB E. DONBOAN. Prcildant t oaroN. l'uAl.r
declared that the rag, was evening'at 6 KM) p. m.t'ravel' .
'\. w4 iC worth, $400. The young wo __
a r! meeting and choir: practice every -
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01'J'
" husband gently protested tha.t
:Thursday at 7.15
p. jn.
was more than persons of

:,. ) "..(, -- e could afford tor a single -,
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.>3 ''.TvFbft!$ : jf; :}iV"J' .... .-<.;..v. of' 'honeebold furnishing, but EPISCOPAL.Kev. .

a F 'rii ff; .; il} ,: 'f e::: J t lis'Great:' :Portable ,: ....persuasion". a* moat be husbands consented"do 'ta to David D. Kldd rector. rfly

14 .. '3 I ..... Services every second and fourth-Sun. GRAPEF
t } ); t: SP, ''.0' utfii j 1,B. fors? Yp"U!: jEjuyTHERE : I "'particular'husband played a day at 11.OO: a. m.

'\\1..: IJo,1.1 ,,). j t \"S"' .. (; ,' e 'game. When be\: gave. his :%'' oiI1lDunll>.n.2nd Sunday at momfojservices.
4 nt money to- pay f or'the rug H -1e OR VET
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;' : I , : I. ,,1!:. gne. l. In 'currency.. notes of large de: Guild meeting every first Tuesday. ORANGEl

";;.t ,I ;" 1 ,:; "/ fir an" engine"that 'can:be used for practicalljr' but in 'the form of -200
'. 'IW ; *** B **rr.ligl power: >Anttt > r nentt'rit1.equa] wccess. s und silver '1' Dara., The .
'i' 'j It .Ie":'f ,J.t1l1runal1'J; kinds of light machinery asAwell'ai'; Voman was 'a.WOnded.k !'Untfl A.. Nice .Gift Package. Tp YOU are going to plant a GraU-ui it{ rove

,. I 1 ".f.tiltpump"W'atct; and il.the b' lt"ugine.to'ulo'lor; ) 7', was counted 'downdollar . ,GC.ed or an Orange Grove. buy yo rl n
,, ..o.it 'lot :water'' electric .' she never,bad,realised that My "Ex prell Box" of m citrus the Old Reliable OcklawarLlNiBs.
; .... sprayiag; bpeiathlg'country sup : fruits packed especially for die holiday
eo'tnab7to'p."forltJaat
J' siiTitng( systems, etc_ ;, ':The usefulness of 1 "_ ,take trade and for those wishing to remember QUALITY COUNTS-Every thin u m
Power -decided to bar *litf-nv* friends at a distance, containing oranges us is f'rgt-clasa. Our favorable SOl on
< TlicrFe ;Portable > ;Plant .- j : rug bllt'declared that. U the ,, grapefruit, tangerines and kum- make It possible for us to produce &has
IL I cis; multiplied by mounting Itonkheeled: sktdslq tda t'on r2l'I. bad'' ,.n'glv.n; to ,her Inv' tw* qu.ta, is the best Drift package: yet offered no superior. Out: CONNER SEEujKEarlv
:or flOO each 'she >would 'hat Price fl.OO per box f. o. b.
.
Q.may.easrlyind; quickly move lt: from',, one jobTtoa. Klssimmee.Mail orders solicited H. Orange Is far superior to the Pd |Fown.I
.' the.costlier ohe without heslta- n,
m
.aotber\, :: ;i' : _
; 'TorkT Mad.: ''' R. Overstreet, Ussimmee, Fla. 44-tf CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUI Jjl belt
t t A Comey.' and-eee tht a,outf\.: gone -on Band for;:demon" ; budded variety now prodoced anywhere L Be the

;:. ">tJl on'' tf t .:.vJH' pwt.: you;ynderno'obligadoatobuy; """Origin of the Dog :, "Boarding 'House for Sale.. largest stock of two-year Grapefruit bit B>rids
Write for .t.alogue. full bt isKcticalsuggestion
M whatever.<< Catalog l free for the asking, -* good ideas
; ; : 'been anppoaedrthati-tb*. dog.. .
I "V i' :; ,. .- y.- 'Boarding ho1ieof nine rooms, including See our Agent
', .- _Dded'from'a ap- 'J..., E. MATtOCKS, KISSIMMEE Hi
DA
.. ,'/:'" : tGclO 'N.1SAUNDERS; bathroomHot. and cold water ,
1/: : . .: BO4T.'BUILDBR' ., Examination': of:thai skull bath,. ,toilet and sink; electric lights. -- -- --
w e': Atntrer"FtRao"Msrt.seidtstlo.eryEepse. canldae tath'e .museum of the
} *' : \ House furnished complete and filled
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I 1 ; 'oJ:, ',f-POII1OP H '. ," .. :' Academy of Sciences shows with boarder at this time: Large lot
r''TBWA.tt, [ AVBI. ... 'I.. ,; , .. 'It18nMMII lPLORIDAs : ;
': 7. ' '1<' t \ : : 'all of the Jackal and wolf 180x150. Can bt purchased on very Ocklawaha Nurseries of
;..,4... 1 '\1l1ff-r' tram those of, ,the little reasonable terms.. .For particulars call lOR d.to.
:.." */:'IDM'... Tne little''''wolf'of'In-. on or write us., 'H.'M.' BREAKER &:
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''1\ 1" tb.o'ill: 'wild beast possessing Co. 47-tf
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1' Lj 'f't. ; , oi'I.
crept!' of the dog.
eyebrow: or
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r. "! ( 4. : : e' ''aZ.l, NarLm; I .jb' .- :.Wolf has not only the dog's Notice i f '

!1: +c, :: PT r "' iest.. bnt all the canine char- Notice is hereby given that ,the..n-- r I ri A
.
I .... and none of tbe haracter-
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E. I,..pr,1b': ..,\. .. f r't: ',' A "f"0> "(.," i_!'.!! ./ the wolf. It fs presumable nual! meeting of the stockholder of the S
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Lee-Parsons Cattle Company will be
; '' II ,, Uttle wolf of India was the
'.'. :" ' .i'G7"O''f'n'pany: / Ancestor{ of the dog* The'two: held at the Grays' tone Hotel Kisslm-

.'" 1."1 ";?. ',.' ., canine-races, the "dog of tbe mee Florida, on Tuesday! the 9th dar'
'j f" ) .>: ""t the dog of tbe age'of bronze". of January 1912 at''the hour of 2 p.m.,

""; V'j' .'Mg I r:: :...,.',.-....... -.. L DB. tJtS.', 1M ___'______ Info first Europe In Asiaand: from 51-2t S. H.# BULLOCK!Secretary.; I r


:: k4: i ,;',:4Roti' gh 'atid ,Dressed. .- 'LumberSHINGLES 'Europe.'most-of Harper the.' *domestic<* Weekly.The .ant-. KissimmeeLibrary'Kissimmee: Library.The offers. toJtasubscribers *&.

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,', Origin of Factlng. ft list of over four hundred : ', ? t
.WINDbws; ,DOORS the case with alLrery aoclent book. by the best authors, any or all of
"" '. which have the privilege of reading
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.fL '" J the origin .of fasting b'ob- you
/ '.. ': LATH;BRICKLLIME Herbert'' Spencer"! give* us to for only $2. which secures a single
; j to ;: membership, or- $5 tot a family memo Pi
& r that tb* custom arose out .
,; Trench the librarian
I: bership. Capt. -
!.+; 1j( ( 'jNOV'ELTY'''V\f '0 of providing! refreshments will issue you a' membership .card for
', .. R KS. dead. Tbe offerings to tbe dead the above' amount.Library. In, State : :
D made 1'n so la b"amaDnet':' Bank building. 8-tf: '

'J ; :: GENERAL MATERIAL ... the surrlvors In tempo sta.Feci
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:'BUILDING
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( t j k !'. 'Free Deliveryto\AU"; \ Parts pfcCityf .. ,,' the natural and Inerltabl ra- Sealed bids for erecting Methodist >
.....' the sacrifice on behalf of the church an Kisstrnmee, Fla., will be received ' "PittSb ?
; '" I "'.: : '.;. ... . ,-" ... 7 eventually'' hare'come to be' till December! 20. 1911. Right *gh :

I'" ' If.' .'. as an' Indispensable .eon-' reserved to reject any or all bids. Plans Wire Fencing is bent all ougb-
and file with
I ) '\ all sacrifice and worship-, specifications on John M.
'' "' of'l have survived l'well eatab- Lee, chairman! building committee. 48-St The Wire is drawn from ipeda1'THST I of open
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1: I ceased to operate.NeV: A. critic, deceased WIRE like old-time iron wire. It U th| t. fencing'Id '
cosmopolitan lately

: : 'i : Vegetal: lef; ;';G'rowers:; : : '' after surveying womankind, from I 'Heavily wire possible galvanized to manufacture.ty perfect P ''
1 'Galvanlzlnff our ewn
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we posit vely
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[ : : ,, I\\ .,...,1' ''''' > '1ftL.. ':'. ..., ,.. '" 'Bob'e fatbrwa fond of teU'; tractiycness:to the;:women of Ireland. Perfect, The ET-: fact that'
rA i ; : ;-iii:. t Banner Crops .:he:was telling a tbrtllmgeon one' and;tbelr.. a1vete,' averring sac mat Afl Stay Wires tutu Line Wires are 1 EI Weldssli v ,'

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cret'ti the femmes .That
i \:, Florjda'arVtaadiVjiSb"Ii'FEirrjLfeErtS'n! :! *ijfonnnla: *.have. \'.e.'At i thta r polnttlopPtaugbt. Infinite -charm dangereuae Done can deny..theyhav and tics .but;) practically: :.vrraps.transform cUrnp--

. 1:':' lull ;beel(e$.ted.t11 l r UBhi acts I fieldwork and'e' *cUy'meet tb*Heed*,of .- krmi and, :witbl' thebig; even"' 'the;cockneywho** profound i.: ,J''the' fence; into out pied of'perfors ':,
+ fill ,-esp.slUaa JtJ le) the Cheapest. "flown bill cbeaka; be cried: knowledge < boildayjtrlp'to' ated ateeli' "**.' 'I. '
\of galloping -
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,. :.( "t:1.! &. :-:, avian Manure$Idea| Lettuce' Fertilizer'' !'t:84Ift't: .. .' '; ,>oJ. 1" : ..
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c t" leceTaf Special forWateraibloau ,
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1 Who:"I CaffAI; ; n5e1.01b14roym: .PIaI.aD .tnfll.
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;. WRooms or ,: ,r ftm" "a. I. ... J .RtIl .4gand C
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. ,The folldwngta( a list of//* na"lth j A sue S'.i.Sa.nta. ,. IID_tae_aDd pro"7'Dame4'l5 ul .Wn, 4 bed.,&II .IMF-aI )( \ : ;

their'' residence., 'who h I'* to >'1'0< all whom;U tey,oonoernaT. ""Jf., '. 's ),:,., {

rent.-.. well aslhose, 'wb.. alsofarinish c It snpeartnt from: thepwom'Ml1 of QBW PUlni j , :
: filed < this ......
a\ "r n that tbersrure' panOus .lalar- :
ala "I meals: a acted In the property InTQlvwd In Ibis Sun,, ins the known defeuAanta, and that''' the '
uJbetto .
& street ,, .
:'E. Fisher corner Comes of such person > (LtalBetd'are un } ;.; ;? ''jt' tl; rI
i 1 1V 1k 1t and\ Bermuda 'l ven e,'; tenfornlshed known to .the onmplaisXnt and, that n>Hel7sgrayed ; : : ,"I ,
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M. Coiner. '' ? In said detoadanta.v bile of 3bpain f?' ,'" "aliMt. aooounknown ';
rooms; :Malptestreet. I : EINWLUifr! ':
i, r1Jn\l.hed'fooma\ ; Mrs.. ji Ba... Mabb )- :I tn11lni t.r..tIs.odedsl tba the foilowinf nil(I a" rui,,is_.MnH lb- : : : : ; .", ,1,

; E. H. eel peopeny e1le.1.4 ; : ; " '
.tte street 1 furnishe/oojto/ ; : rlol1d. the.0e5ty0la. .
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It"'a .f wn .
lo
Tennen, Mabbette /112... furnished i' Jlen pole.7lestpom: !.ct C7 d......".. Piet!: I I' :>; ., tAfbIisL 'i
houabepmg ,el the' wqt oorn.r Of tot Ita IUoolIlII of.1M ,i' I' ra. ;
for John
rooms light ; v
South Florida
I Haljroad eompanya-aurtey ef < '
t VTark/MabbetU.stree/and,: / Bermuda the toWn or Ki..m.'it/ :,end ruoal".IIocI\II lei. BILis-iA; ''SPECIAL'O' \ ,
474efrees ast M I..... North 41 uesreei past M .I
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a eo\le:2 rooms for lid housekeeping; [ ... ..North' 47 decreesWest 69 teetTsentlis* deSreea > n '

'ed R-F,'Graf ton, Kahbe .street..! furnished Uon twenty-two WeectOfaeK(::12 eelag). ra Township n """of. Lot"snnl1.".,;. .' : . .- -. 'e' ,, ... I.- :J'by 1,

'rood' ; Mrs. l u.,') abbett (J6> South -ot"D(* twentjr-alne fc 2IQ Bait,doappear '.. .. . . . . ..
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to the semp (!IhUI '. bill of complaint;; ..'t' -- "' .. '"
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,1M4 .. I furnished ro/t/I Mrs: Soodera, b.ralD Had* ..or before the Rule day of Febia.to .. ..... .,, .-'
lni.h.droom. ...., >wlt.Uia6tho>a,of Jfebm iT/lse: .
4 = Mabbett street, .2 ; I wtllVe I
the said bin take ea ounf eased '
Mr,. S.. J. ibbette. street, 2 IIIsIonh.lordered that sbla. order-fee pub ,
-Taylom t . J
U.1a..s a weak ..........t oonaeeut4e" ;" .NkN.: p
1 IB .:.ProutyVeronaStreet. I. .
furnished rooms; week: he Yracipm 'v.nq- u-.. t .1 it Jl _.. ii i .
1 fnrrasM'fnrA.-W/Winr! .. -per puhlLaed 1 I. ..... osr.ola .utlLT.f ." .'EMIL MAOti ;ErfNBST M_ :oT.T :
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SnereJ circulation>> Sa lei oouotr ,, v :
Orlando street,' &. fWshed rooms; E.lilnnyl Whew Will H. Pl1o.; .lad.. Ol.CLIG Clrorflt 'Ab"'dOlI1" 0f1Ca", ti I,i4: r'n.. ,.,
Ctrart, and my name aa Ulerk thereof nnd U>ei. it. 11 "
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Summer st/t./ I. unfurnished olllalcLlot i. / tIao-*. ".*" dayesofsntob.l.. '' c5

e rooms; C Backeta,/abbette street,. 1 P tS aJI U. ,Clark AM'of lb.CereWtOoar : . Gt: '. ; ., r.i;4 4is J

.Verona .. By KUUBara .. .. 'J. t ,
furnished room Kl\Butier, A 4. \ loavaTo .. ? . ,1. "" "
ih Q. F.Kribba.: ... ie'.1aIaaat,; .....u. :t{ t'. J
IJr "
t street,.!, fnnjJsbedo ;.'T. WEllta; _. Li Ana' a1e ab \
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t Verona street, 1:' f ( b.d'OOm1E.' ; S. -' ... :-:- -1---; : 4 o/tt ; : \.I.Ilr < t\l\
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Beeland, Verona s/et/ I furnished and . ''Order; of: bll.C..tI D. 1 ,ARt. IiiterjintloualEverytWfnff :Ha'vetin Co,: 1;* '
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/1In. Perdew Verona la the Circuit Court"ef the fmath'J.dLL' / w
1 unfurnished roo ; .. . .
Circuit In end for Oeoenle Countj State of ...... -. It- .. .. ,
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street, 2 nnfrfished. rooms; -Roe.Gran. Florida InCbanoery /,} .;I(, : ..v-rJ; o.; ? (...
sets .;/Erzipaet //eet'. and Clyde'av ,.. D'" Wsrlnr.. Oomplalnant,1William . . .:. it'
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untie, 8 fprnlshetfioms'for light house J. or ep i. Herbert ' << new'anri fiJr t"cli *:?**We-ind.er. prompt; and ; e
arseaOtto F.iQfnk.lmae, Bill toSmOy.and .'' \"' '
keeping; Mn .-cy i Bearden;: Emmet .all persons Vtber. than-J.Cloud floor\ ::. : otory e .ds y., { .. : -fl"" :
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street, board aiJooms; J. R. Graves, clalmlac the above named Intereat fn parties the Title., ., : ... , 'ONErHALF'BLOCKIFRpjVl'pAfiSENQ.SR' OEP9JT- ;. '.' j' "'%

Kmmet!: street furnished room; J. J. property In this, bill; 'desertb- ,., ',
ad, Defendants i >J \kIt .
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4 Woodall, 2 nnlJished room.; Mrs.)W.E appearing. by nffldsvlt appended to the 'nlll .: ,KfslmmeeIYJrC+ .:Phone .E13'.:; 'a"u
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of complaint filed in above stated that
., m'Itb 'BrW Street, 3 :furnished the dafrmdnnts are non-r4.Ideui. o*caw tbe Btate ( .. : '
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(bow rooms; MrswBfes. Emmet street andDjJlln&ham of who Fiendswhw sra all over the realdenee age of twenty la nnknown one years, and, . ..... ......;... ,. :

*yUe 2 furnlgtied rooms; It la therefore ordered that the non-retkleDt

Dr. E. Derb |re', Clyde" avenue, '2 defendanta, the said Wllll.pt: J.; Ureen. I. Herbert r .t
Orson and Otto P.Wlokcimao.hosed theyare C. A. CARSON PresTheut' f ;r ''ll'''
j, furnished roo ; F,, ,S., ,Gilbert Rose hereby filed required this to appear to tba bill of .f ,* ; f" / ,t, .. .r "e Q 1IBYrM..JC tilt ORaTA. ,
"oomplalnt" In duce on or before the
,... avenue; '1 fu/shed room; J. M. Lee.Clyde 1st day of January. 1'12, oth....... the ale a '
.......of acid bill,will be taken. oonfeued by
avenntf furnished rooms; J, J. said dereadanla. - "' ,. ''The Water & tl'a:1'S'ol: ?
>ANY 'Dann, Clyde enue and Hughey street It In further ordered did thla order be published : '
ones a week for elf ht consecutive w.ek.rllfotbSKhelmtss . .... .
8 furnished Jms for'light bou.eteep'Inlrt' Valley Oaaette, a newspaper "'L. j i1P, 1 wip .4 r.w .
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In acid
Ay Vernon published County and 8. .
; Mrs Johnson and 1 hit 14th day of October, 1111.* M1

Johnson strM,'2 furnished rooms;;* T. [IS.4L.I'|, .ABTSOS Clerk of K Circuit DOKIOAH Corers ,/. .GroC f ()ji'p' n -: y .

Van DuierJS'anmont avenue and Pal- By :BLI..UB.Lp..nooLP.! C , ,
etrefJ-lfarnished J...ItrJ Bolleltor for Cojrtialuant.;, ae-Bt', - 'r t- . :M:, I\j\ .
rick Toomr MrsrrY n .1- .. ,. .,

W. Stalte 1 furnished room; .Dr. W. ;: Wholesale) RetairDeal'er (j :
l and; j'
of .nr
r,f Lone Distance Order Publication.:;., : a.1 ,.,
.' L. Winn, //suites of room. for light ., i l
.!!hon. 296. : Hkks rn the Clren'u'Coort) of the Seventh judicial :
j i hoasekeenkr;;Dr. M. J. Church' Circuit la and for Omceola county State,of GRCEAES :

( .. street 8 urnlabed'room. for. light Florid. la Cbano.ry. '- : "

1 1 housekee e; Mrs, E. E. gulp Church ,H. C.; Bthnroie' eotnplalnant. ? J. J. Merrill. ....... . . .,' .. !;, / (
and ...laat.1I claim InteraM ' ... .' ,
fOOmIJ.; W. neraona Ing an r A ,,1 i ..r Ie'_, -
street 2/rnlshed/ UDy. : d. 1
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under the aaid t. Merrill or otherwlie. end . .
V'i ek Church if et, 1 furnished ::1'0010Geo.; ; ...1.... all other ........, other than tbeabove II- L' to '\" "r.' "'' ; '. ,.:.... ;

V'M ; Gilbert, Church street, 2 furnished ,, lateracl. known fn the and pIO..y named.sa periled thlp bill claiming de q""o1 "an, : . t -WEI. SELL., .. .. '. WE, .. .,U.T' .,;--J 1..JiW..., .'

Ucht W/ '-1 "'- .' 1I .... f. '. ,. ,,.t ..r
tvw4yITISERS J rooms f honsekeeping.Reiv.; : :wrlub' .mi .. ....;.sed-t u..bUl '" '.
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H. Fun Main .and Church streets,. 1 i 0' oomplciul flied 'a .1> ..sNtd ean.e. lbel HAY t : '" ", i gy'p'; : ,: '. of'
IORAlhi' HIDES .
the defendants .N Son-resIdents of the Stain of 1: L .. : ,
furnlsbV room; Mrs. J. R. Gilbert. : Floridawboae realdenoa' unknown,and whp !\, t a
i ere nil ojer the nge of twenty-one a.It .. :, ) 1or1Iie" : .44 :;;
toe Main U' Church 'street,' 1 furnished is therefore. ordered thai the fea Donreeldentdefendanla. < :. .,...... -' ., : ) ; : *?*.' : .,: ; . ;.
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nlci- room"; LW'Griffin: Main and Church aona .claiming. the an Said intereat Z.'under. Merrill the..aaid.4.ll.J S>81"J."- :FERTILIZERS' '. -, :". '"':. I" i.; .....,. !:' .......... '"I,"< 4.4.fr .

Pp'' A.r Tl. strestol mi.bed'room; Mrs. M.. F. MerrllL be they are kerebr required'
1 Jr Sem, ain street 1 suite :!f ..fOWIl'i .*to before the. bin toe: of larday complaint..*Wanenaw ale I In lilt.this,otherowlae eanaeon ,. .,:$fi..tJiG; Se? ,,.J.l' yl to ,-:-, ." ....,,;. ...\.L!,. ,.tt'. >> ". ", *,, '

r.gI ." cJC: nay; Main itre.t2furnishedroom ; tha allegation) ol aald blllwUl be taktnSB .t .. "i A t'D "
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1 eonfeaaad by said defeudante.i' i'? ,, .. I .
M"h J. E. William., MaiD It la.f nnher ordered....., this, order be pub ; . .

.f : I' street 1 furnished* I1I"oMn.; F. IE.McC : liihed.once. the a*week KlualmmeeWaller for eight" (H) poniecnliTeweekl'in Garnet** alewepaper 'ORANJEE'B ps., -, .:. ,.e. ..' ',' :_ALL''' r M:". "it.

'I' .Broadway: 2 furnished, rooms; published: In a.ldoeeoti' and State.Thii 'I' ,, .' ''GPUNTRY; '; t"4
; FLORIDA the Win: day of October ; ,t'
TAMP Mrs Utan, Broadway nd. Bracktre.rlomssnd [l8eaJ',. ] I. ? ARTY 2811..y.. .....AI .... : CRATS?, : :.: \
., board : Mrs.'InneSau .Clerk of the Clronlt. Court. *' .
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8..1ILJ&.H: "CRAT'NAILS''j' y ::
Jouiirrox D. C.. , ,.. .
Jers Park street, rooms and board; O.. ,. Krlbbs.,solicitor. for complainant. t.'I-8t .- .' ,1' .y+. ,I

I ,.- : s M uee,, ''Park street", :3 ,furnished . "" 1, '
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' too for;light housekeeping;' Mrs'D. Order of PilbHcation-: rID v J,. ''*" r,:** \ ; ""'<:cfs-.**, "" 3a .f, ,. '"''} ('I'i< "'ii"

. .. 1\. aham._ Park. street, 8 furnished. the Clreult, in and Court for Oaoeola of-'h.County.,......b) Judloialcircuit State of ( .W ..ell, fieldltnd: garden d.Jf1! kinds V n:;!1 r",a"# aa m'I i&jr.yT; " NtrWe'givd'special ;
:
roc>s/for/ _Mrs.. Florida In Chancery,.." '', } attenUon. %,to}fittinroutfhiJntIne jmd.$ campingparties '

d ot.be'teeC I THAT'.GIVE'' 't I Man .Ba ,light, housekeeping; Mrs. R Uj, >. yvarinc. Compl I 4uaBtVivs > '-:. ; : \. "}' 'I'.. 'I' ., '**.'"i.. ''-:i-;, ". ;S.-.>.'1\\ I.t.,<,,,-, ."" .'l ..., ,"i'r."N': d.,,> \ ,"'-t"1 '!55"i, "' I

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'' WUllara J. Creen. J. Herbert<< ' t r ." ; *
GIIT S Bass',;Main' street 1 'laml hedO. Delivery ,12 -
He/ry' I 'citr'llmita. fN6
I :SATISFACTIONOur : ; / Green, Otto F. Wlnkelman.-. Bill Remove., .:'. Frte In ? Phon ;" ,
J. Griffin'. ; Main street, 1 fur All penona other than the Cloud from '
:, nlfied room; D. N. Floyd, 'Main and above logman"" named Interest pa in rues the.proper\p aim** Title.. we are county agents,forcood; ::feftilizir. Atkj ustor: ..circular!

.. L :e streets, 1 furnished room; Mrs. yin this.bill. described" ,.>efendanu and prices on fertilizers.: *,, i' ". *;;: > "'oj ...v ,

A. Russell, Main and Oak streets, 1 To all whom ;It may eo oerD', .' J.., . . "
SAlt Kl -It appearing from the rworn bill' of complaint .., \. .
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Order Department is f. shed room for light housekeeping; Bled i in thla cause that there are peraona inter .
.[ Dietxe. Aderhold ttreettyfurnished ..teclia the property in vo:vad in Ibis anlt,...th.er .
Ltuated than the known, defendants,, and .that the . '. .
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'ready Ihandle:;your' Christmas oms: Mrs. DarlingBrack street D..... of such persona ao interacted mre an ./ I <. ; : .W. ,r
''.W ; irnished rooms; 11..N. Bratton Basi known to the complainant, and that relief is .. A

i tare id Brack)!: streets, 2 furnished roomsor prayed li.de'.ndanta.14isthenfpr.ordered'paid BO1 of. Complaint against v, eachunknown L OFT'S il I avA.'tLO.TS :! : + I Ii
Order. ,you Dt.it in ? ;
ave $ light housekeeping; Mrs. E. O. Tatnan that all persons el.l_ ., ,
.. Aderhold and Oak streets, 'fur* 'lug an interest, in and tote; following deeonbedproperty : . p .. ,. ' 1
altuale 'in << County of Oaoeola .. ""
I shed Mrs. W. A. Pre. '1umished '
room; cott. tttate of Florida, to-wlt: -v -, i LOTS. jttAVE .BEEN SURVI'YEPANI1.STREETS! '
> room. Tbe aoutb went quarter the uoutbwat'qnort :'ANP.AVENUES; LAID'01JT'.INt': '
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Sheriff's ,Sale. mike Oomp .111&01 Bill of' Cen plainthereinfiled. J SUB-DIVISION- ? : :
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'. I i Court of toe Seventh Judicial Circuit in and the cold taken aa coot ed. '

\ Leader ffis, NoiV ties, Kodaks, Biric-a- for.V.ceola end County Henry VanDltir Florida li wherein pUlntlff X.rJ'V.DDI.r ana Ushedonoa. It ta further a week ordered for twelve tbatthla<.11))order eonaecuUve be: pub. ., ,1. ' ;: '

Robert' B. Wallace defendant, f ba. ..a".a. theKlatlmmea Valley Oaaette. a newspaper :I ; I :
TilDollstomes( Sporting front lab.d In said CvceoUt: <, fI'H'"i'I'T' "il'E Rh' ;'
,. > Brac, ; Goods oa mud will deli at pnblle outcry In nlroulation4n pabl said Coua.,. County._ _o general ( I 'I' "r, .
houne in tba Town of KlubnXpw.oa
\ e' h'w" r/ 'i th.court Moodrnj door, tba Brut day of Januaiy.A.VX .- WI o... James Wr Perkins. J.d.*.of' aaM J ;.... ", ,' : ;, \:1': ,. '
: IIII.4 darloii tb' .le6a1) hours of al., tha followlac Circuit Court, and m, name as Clerk thereof.. .; : .
1 ''- ' de ortb.dl.D rt, to-wlf Taatouth ball end the o.r.'ilI( of raid Court, thla 1Mb day o and. are offered for said W'1' 5C/ -
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s quarterof.ecttoa(29)r : ) eofbetalquarter ACwt: Circus Gout.: .> ) r J
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c. .'S:45"9jW'.B and northweat! qu.rt.Of aectton ((84), aU In By EM BSTH' JoHnaro D. C. $35 TO' $5pPERXOT, ;
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I :-* 1 Bhariff Oe eol&C. FPRtvATT.&IH& County; Florida.. Executor:: :for. FnllDischarge. (. 1 :Whittier will soon 'be io i railroad eonnectiorj ith4i ... .
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B '.4.la r Oeoeola. estate countyNotioe of M rtba. ,A-Turllastoo. : ,,deoeaa' ; Florida;, therefore: JoU1at" the: above::prlces'ar; "only ,t '.: . w i a.t
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'is hereby given! to all whoni It'mateonoern ,one-tenth of what they will,brjng.twelve months hence. : '
AtI.U& thai en the 10th day .f May A. D Whittler has '(,,!
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Itiz. I shall apply to1 the Honorable beo. F. a telephone line.. It fcood roads: ,

Parker.., for Judge.. final of dlegharee aald Cpnrt as, aa executor Judn, ,of of Probate the .I for, auto travel, at .any time.!. Has 'three'mails, per, M. ., w; .

.. estate of Martha A.TarJlnfton.. deceaaed; and week. Whittier .'.is'on the-:center''land' between St.. R
that. slabs .m. time I wIlt present my final I ''1-
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VIA1ALA&iCOAST their approval.. '..t" '. ,'.>t.- f -,, way. One and ohe ball miles from Kisfimntef Prairie;. 'I: ;
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r h | ,''r7"7" .... .: al b. V..., \ land of the Hunter, Land Company We. have) the beat'' ". "
tIIolP.'tICmo Eztecusor, land 'trucking'' In' 1P1orlda. w. 'i
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: MNEJ Application' for 'Final :v'Discharge.: " I fro it and vegetables; the *year<,round.'We' are In "' .. J .

ID Court or the boaDti. Jada. BLa or Florida. Notice'-ol'- !AdininiatratdUI5 i ;K the .tenE.r of stock'raising'ihT the: boat. and cheapest) 'r l. .
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to '{ I-II 4Lemseolda OcnaD".. J. r.. ci.le o f x. H-W1U-; Court- f the County-Judge,State of Florida
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*, ... to all may. sued,Oaoeola County. \ .. two grocery' stores ; two hotels,' open tbe year round.' 'v !
points oa eke 2Nh day of April A D.aAi'k.M'p ll- 'm ,it I ; :
mcMrslon Tickets to "TenSm hereb
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v ti; south of*hi<| and/ otomac" and east/of: t. '' the estate, for a.. pfL.final.'dlaehanre li aaI4 wmjnm 00tIn...AS ndmlalatrator and of larkq. HU< ,IshaUapply Judge of' MId tav Court the Honorable, aa Judge Oao.of Fro F. : .Y, tt. ,;extends westward eonneeUng.wittja <&ainj 01 Jakee toKiasimmeo ,; > 1 '

l. rf M1ssih3Ip1 vers ; iaatai'' th. same tine I ,wlilpraeent. deieaatd my; final of bate.tb.or Kataiaof'my float Cathertae-disbar..A.S turtevant AdsaTniatrute,..* , j' :. river.:.;:Her is the)bunting and AlhIa&parO-

.C uk OWI1It f.rth as. adml.artor' ot.said. estate, and. ceased, sad that a*the.same time wi.1 preaanl J :'A .*'k4K *: tadise; ;;:: l Whittier',tuna .the marlmaterial. for good '*
r. ,JaW flIUl \ my final accounts na AdmiaUstratoS'. yof.,.aaldaatnta. . e) '; .G'----
( Oc'1) their streets and hard roads I UFlorldaT' i- : .- :; -,
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Jan; Btl 2. ue'c M" .; R iogN 91., Iapl.A..'. 1* ils..Dse'd.,,, \.. .. Ose' *,,, 1a toe.. of Cou .I. ; "to of J'Ioa1..d'; 'L ; t . .'...; !* .r ;t I
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+ ]/Of reservations? call on'' asii Co tI.au J dr.of>Inhale : : :. .
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Vl t final. A : I .11 present my casualaco.auM m d. ., .. I ... ,
Y, 8t t A./U rr> ck.Ag.nt$ . w.; 'a' +ir'R semis. ol .....1'.. Ase..load; aDd otattbaml \ tntflatrator.' tne eaUte of Stellsi 0. W .It" I '9 ,,10. v ' Md 1 tyb '
: BFAZLC.'t'' J: GK1RKLAND tho_. U Rll 1 praises my sao aaoounle I deceased ttyr-rHonerable u... r."'lazierJpdg.of I j .FL j R ; : t

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.Jio/} ,f.! ::'!.. :::I.I .:..-;. 'IsSent': 'Complimentgry ; \ f, 1Eoodera Cityis Healttief ThUI FIVE city iota oii III a Also fe tflv p .p,kill.arts., ;

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'p ., '''T',1,,'';;"-ii':.;.'"I4.l; t;1'..7'>. ,"'?1<,Parties receiving this paper, prhfe are. .not... '''...! .. the Country and Food Is Bet3 U. erty lectrie U located line, on close: hi ir prop lolled f 'A b0 t time.C.YoU finest i

x ; regular aubacribets: must, not think that {t is' rI | ''bargain at $1600. t.l.ou farm-in .. ri have

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u 4 t' ': ...v_ mand of them;the':subscription price, as i it is on ofVlaldk- I and crosdflowinur e llh
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mailed to them'complimentaty by our Board one mile Horn tke eau: *"- new 6rclosets
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s J. r J4',":. f?.: ,t 'of..Co_tyComrsmaiiooera for :the purpose of By WILLIAM J. !ROBINSON President of :American I:, house on good land; cgrove ?- SIj. barn. Lin- |in ted ;
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' \;and,opportunities$ .this town and county offer II 4Q l of the closest: I- cleared, 6 acr< ed,
.ooo. We also have 50 acres Of I i on lake, can in 5
"'' '.*.."-'''the homeseeker.. The paper will be mailed a I Ifew.week .o..oo....... ..... ,of which are In bearing tracts, each r'td

.,. : ''I since on splendid land good. Only $3,200. TY
,,',, '",, ."' '', t0 any person' whose' ;name t b given FOOD EATEN BY THE AVERAGE MAN IN THE CITY IS 'i fr trucking. a 7roomhoueeb1es > view Cottage,
r qua if 'should desire to' it're.- CHI THAN THE FOOD OF THE AVERAGE COUNTRY ,, ; 1 mile from rail way; i4.Id ,
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1 R, /;'i'i: THE MODERN CITY 18 UNQUESTIONABLY' f torn Kissimmee; price'$7,X n" FOR SALE-A ul lot
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K r.tilarly ther after'we; be glad to put >able terras'of payment-i! W. pretty corner
HEALTHIER THAN THE COUNTRY, AND STATISTICS SHOW another grove about 15acredmting I office, flne vie a
| them.. ""on our. subscription. list at the regular THAT ITS DEATH RATE IS LOWER.., fruits; splendid varletleilot location in e g ,
.' Iferent kinds of citrus fruits;i\\ii d $400, t ta
Hrates;. We Hear so often and have got so used to the endless encomiums of good land; 6-room bouts, t IaJ so have 90x2 orth
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tissimmee; price$9,000.", "16tiful vi w of t e, ,
I without considering the facts ; fcr grove oil about 8 acres and f aahoodt plenty m for
( land; excellent new hou. dories $$t tiro alf If '
"" '\ "..., 1 ,}. (. ... THESE AIR is' important. but we must not make a FETISH oms"and basement; good a +bllne 40-acre tr land b ba
1 If of this land excellent grovk' latity limits, 26
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",' "f ', ., J. k s : i course all,the air that we breathe ahould be 'A'S :PUKE w -ot the town; about .( nilMlaaee good fruit
a J ; ;Law ', .JJnaIr'1:0 Women but> f the clt, limits bard
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r i1' ;,11.. 1 l i' Slim\ aCure=a11 as chemicelly'pure. as country air.CERTAINLY .1 tJo i crop can be sold within' i tee is and 4
: :,: :4 '-I: i4&N9t i* swn reiec any or a oias. fianaecifications .41 pay more than 100perceilt.'c In tldgrowtng in :
L j :. : INTELLECTUAL on file with John- M; j\inrestment without any eX penH'Ipll to enhance ly;

f;. ,F C/\J..'.irt J 'i13'. f3irLDWARD, i. ''_POlxbcK.', CeJebnted; ,! English Writer and EASILY PERFORMED. IN THE CITi airman building committee. 48-8t buer. Many other groves'' m e Os favors arms
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one acre to 80 acres in a body. C show a fine
..'"' t il ''I r'x :A4 .. *.- Lfir; DULLESS. AND MONOTONY' OP, Irish' Women.smopollUn suit any reasonable minded 1 "* qf la act '

t \ "". OUS TO M NTAL' EFFICI4 NCY. K means business and wants { h high ach ilding
'' f critic, lately; deceast \
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[.1t j . home or investment. Ne
: "I: t ., : OMEN 'do, "Oii i receive treatmeni'from the ,law, and ':1: One of the,most' important f .r'" urveyng womankind from Co.?; over Citizens bank rdgated with ing the d at atK

... ; ; aecom. CONGENIAL: ; OCCUPATION to Peru, gave th., palm for at1 Flaw', 4 f process, .
lm. ,think "J if women'toted,some, .things 'W ut4 be ; i iof ,+
:"-i .I' rf" ,, .J.h : ; : eDeN to the;women of Ireland.. fann; le w CII
'. .:: ; 'pli edbntno'ch'ange. ,; ) 'would be. ; SO VIOLENT as one our Bocaalsystem:, is that.so] ma elt wpturouaiy on.their beauty : fOR SAL1S-40 acres of tray t Fine sa >an 7 ,, uf

,'" 't >l-., : **' .1 ;' -'and the"ot1. '"::'.'-fd ' :. gaged in occupations for :.which' th !heir-'naivete,'.. averring',al! final Park Garden fronting', 0 I t en farm olnlrig 8- ,
feari.ls
.1 4-: f I. "IlWl", .Hopei .. ,\ ,.. e .. .: creek; a little over a mil wned b> car
".h',1'f! :''l -:;I.'bellevo.thatMthewomeu: w'bo" ke; tYiO to an&trouble to.go'to.' they ,RATE, Uncongenialoccu1M lmhh"l d"1CEttItiJ2T 'I'l:4'' .city limits; a beautiful pis: 1iOusp'o. e ,
i.., : Ing a home; can go from 1 No this
, '1. :,' .,;':. the''polL' and :dOOD', WOb1EITkr'IJ/tho'werethe,, other. : NI V' T>F ttES8F-8 .the' SPRIT and WAKENS thd'/ .$ODY. launch to the city '''dockwagon ; !> two show 16-; tracts t38,

': T .r-(;'K,t aartej: s o ,xte'an": ':'..4nd: "u j,ull"nowcwoinan: WArage in'some .:But there is :widet.1ioJd,of choice. .in;.the, citytkan. in. the country. *'' on:roads any part fine of flowing the 40-w chad C\ has/:than mll mile rom a

fet'A ': J, ,p'i 'f flouatriei:has'been psedttct ire o'bo:.harm,.so.. far '!to'l'earl learn, aiic\: : ; .., ,. I acres 2 flowing fenced wells with now hog in fence the nce
>4S .:. "" I.ICertaittiyaoootapliehedrZ' .: : \ ;; O> fT!c r'O.: |fpOT. ?1>, 5''?+y ,..a. VSH )11' V I4 cultivation; Small house; i.e Vi; e ahw m de per W

.. 1 / : ; 'In',E 4Id'today| ll;e eexea have pracUcally'pqua.)ttgb ,&. 'Tliek Valley! ;Gazette is the .oldest asft 'best'land,,is trucking rich;,easily land/ cultivated in Floija51th i olletthae mill r

, / ., 'i 1 :It lof jjropertyidisibilities# o r ;anything ,like:that',that',has raised i \1 { 7 4 ,. I1-1" "j ' laid with the clay which holdsaer '1 scb and
v and,moisture? a fortune ?c! t
.! 't't i : .:U e 'sue question.: < n ':'real",root 'of,,'amiJ itible'.Jies"among: ; ; ,>(made on''"this,tract.of land and Sit p&dialn rW 1160 ;;*

}. ,;,v* Osceolacounty sold on-favorable terms of pa SoT wfr
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I : a'i PORBTNI hW 13SEN, aor nf J .i- couee j some ,( we want .tosbowthe land an el skis i .lak. ;

.J a{ '\ meti+oiLealth'and.rbciaLain: baye'espotuedtbeiz.cst- +eebute'.raaland '' : : ; ..... "' -4_ TTlsTr-rratjopportanltyTfor j, duce the; purchaser to the owner a r j bq bJi* tion; e 1 1k e+r,

file._ of, >tbe _tnoTementare, e ,the..women. , .laVorerk. ;,; absolute;truth as. 'to ..the advantages and .vestment.. .W4 also have som,. 0 le., nl. t k

\1,1 .' ,_ . v' __ < :. 't : ; $.did Plnedale!, farmsjuat'outsii sd k ;
Y city limits-; some near the sit1. y t t'I
. ') . '.. resources of. 'this' wonderful( = the cannlmr and evaporating fa -
of> ; ;, gownto3grmaking is now :being built; these lands '. ;
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