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: September 6, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00558
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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', tOO' ,.esdind: maturing.'a*' fol-i: duchoss eau'''''made en 'tra i lher ? 71

I a lows r veil war canght' in herha 1 1white''rosebuds. tiny sciwei WYS :

,. ,. ., .. f4,000 10. years"'from date. '$C.tlOOit ''' .,*",She carrl-, I .
jeare.from; date..ooo years October ..Trale.Day. bouquet of 'white roses wi 1 ; .J" ...,
: : MEMBEROF, .. from date, $ ,000 14 years from date, .: tulle streamers " ? : MOflJA: G:
date. 16 .' ''Miss: Ida lenderon VoreV-pinlt'I '
JJ , .J $ ,000 .16 years from; $4,000 '( ; 1'' $1' .'
: ,I.. yean .from: date, $4,000 ,. 17 years 4 5 chiffon/ over silk. and Carried pjn a
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,\: ( ,l" ., I( i from date,-$ .000 19 years from datez Several week) qotheB atdoET"raa.br resolution; roses tied 'with pink tulle and wore-a ..,
'' "4.000(20( .yean.from. date, $ wreath of pink rosebuds in her hair: ,. ,
L:*. BEt' :; 'aaY yean'from' date; $4,000 22. -7e.,. ;appointed; a committee on Trade Day:, The .committeedecidedtbaiOctoberwould .- MUs Meadows played "Hearts- v . WORK. .
.. .< .. I"' '' ', from date,;$4,000 24 years* fro mdate, : and Flowers softly during the ceremony '"', -
l' ",I: t" 4.0OO; 25 years from date, $4,000 26 : be the month propitious / which was performed by tha ATI'ltN ': r S '

k'O LIVID' | : IiEPgRCEpw' years from date 4,000 27 from :for Trade Since the committee decided there Row Allen Fort pastor of.the, Baptist ; ItEXPHCTKD; -T01tAKGlSST ; .
'the Day. so
: date," we will pay you' sum of a Tabernacle;. M.ndeIaIlOM'wed. )Irf :HISTORY OJ

j", ;JN'f0', ..JUVAM.?j,IaAN|Mo .W1LL, $60.1>00 par..' We will.fureish the services .has been no further action. The summer is drawing to ding march tmp used asrecesslonaLImmdirftel OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL/!l' r
''I ;w ADOPTBD.: : of our attorneys In determining( : Tollowing' the ceremony >
"PROBABLY ,,
.. ? the legality of this issue 'and the :a:.close and the)aaere6ant."wUI'hive returned from the, .a /'te e tlon war held at 'the AMPLE PROVISION IS
"M. ... : >lank'bonds ready for: signaturey also bride' home, 10S4 Long street\ at 5'.
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gkra:: "ityharl, .". .Bryin "of ,the' 4k4 'care'of any other, expense that marks/within a 'short time.., The new troods,, are arriving which abojit fifty close: friends and \ MADE FORALt...' .

", Trade Ao mar ari.. .In connection'.with putting yf,' the relatives i Vere bidden.' A. color note w
Xlssimmeering Boa of r vui"a and it will not be tong before first
1 4 f the I.m Campaign his issue of- notes on the market.Tih '. even now, .. of 'pink.'knd white1' was carried! ..atI. "AS'iff;to school ys sEm'
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'tor larger up lIIe,. a/ The ex.ampl.of'othpt : { note are to be delivered.to us at 'of October Will I ,be here... The.next meeting of the Board'. In the itft\ flowers and ices. being coots, 1Ctt
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.r boa an insplra.mplUhed : the- Citlien'e Bank'7Cfssimmee.Florida frozen I ih"\ 't-he form of ''cnpids and -hurls hii'ctg.
J F tion to what may be by. ,,as follow: $30 000 notes as 'of; Trade takes place Monday evening.-- There"are aev- served with pink and white cakes.- I away'
!>: lmmee.'" soon a* ready fordeliv.ry. and theirlegality : In the((dining room pink and whitestreame : dy; th.n 1fe,
\ ,' similar ; -rd of :Tradejxbet approved not later:,than Novemberlit. ' Feral. matters':''of more: than ordinary' importance to bed'ucussedt YYY intermingled, with' .unilax Y '

';1tJtaa "Ju: method.'f3 arrivalcanvass; 1912] $20.000 note'eachmonththeresfteruntil ade Day lIliat'Je.made' vine' were yraped front*the chand. ton alrlL, : SUE-', ;,t
? : ; Definite plans forT> lie'r of the table. .
... in bringing- all, have been !-I tote four corners heeD decreed by" _. ,r
I;'" 'Whicl''f IDim', : hig.of .that'board up ,to 766. delivered.." Wean to have the',option flow If the'celebration: 'is; to be '''Carried' ,through ''withsucceaa. Here, a handsome array of present Sc I Board that at h80 'i' 'e. ;
of' oral ot these notes was dls .yeel, which, together with C
., : 'la'almost' :' Inc.dibl.t. taking any Monday morning g.ye
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: .,wbvise of(the,,town".Is ,consid- up at any time You -an to furnish : ,Kiaainunee has no 'failures to record so farr the man eodal affairs given in theirhonor fall term: of,the Osceola -
.. J with full and certified: tint* the announcement: of the ..han '
tnt. :be'used as an.avl- us a, complete bedn" and eo
." 'e c\ t' the 1)possibilities\ .for in1 I transcript of all the tMbeedlng* leading Jet 1 us see that.there shall be none! \ wedding, aRMlsertaevWuterHiiW..!' .reafter.from day .to 'dey'fg

'&' 'e ....ljb 1 l' --parent'until,ths I up to and wits &Ling in the is- the young couple. VJ* days of th.'weskbegirydn ', #
' ,/' r ffol't.. ... .'Th..following letter and deliveranca .of these notes 'Mr.and lI4ra. -Breaker ISTt on the and ending Friday. dorvyffteen _
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I&d't'i.Xr''Q'Bryan,.1'hnrai I .' bid is made subject to ap '. . 6:15traln'for- Florida. After few cutive weeks, until tt) holiday"
.,. 'waryoslvsd ;.... to the legality of this. is .- -- days' stay in Jacksonvillethey will eon.y '. 1

;1 '\.;; It. 'pt.burlrJiL; BwTK i911. 'g' by our'attorneys.: '. J I'Among those who came over were, I. go to Klssimmea to make their future All Is' ready forTtne") opening:. .' r.

.; at lrame. .Boafd1 of:;r Xad.,? Kissim, i check.for: .$2,000 I Is.' here, BIG WATER TANK J, Ira Eest,'p Ki Weaver-. A,'Gustu home: school building-has been clean* a i -
"Florida. lf.J .. n'l -enco ed. and H. M> Deyoers. '. The ..bride'straveling: suit was of aired and.,the;grounds have .JlUt' _
Vou t (Qollbt.le\ >Respectfully *.'"" The' 2000' gallon- water 'tank tight tan.with'white felt hat ,and In order.New seats an'dd
_: :: men -- ;. to < your 'i. I large hart
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r' . .. th .m- .einberhlp. cant" ? CITIZENS BANK; . FELL AT .ST :CLOUD belonging' to Glow Marsh, Florida shoe to1' match.; "'Just' as she,, was been installed, and, othe, .n a rr ,

anretbeen\ 'carrying. on fosjjreeUreekst. By. '.Arthur-E' '.Donegan. 'President. ,. . avenue'' and Eighth street, fell over leaving' 'she'presented her bouquet to preliminaries .attended .tA'4'3, '
Y. The:eontefd t rf, 1 # ,5'' Sunday' afternoon and created quitea Miss ROM 'Holland as a, token. of All of Thursday a r. . laY' Mr.'. ,
.cvejnlng, at '.Icbt'\\ o'cloc ; sensation for awhile.. It brought her, loye'and friend.hlp., R. M. 'Evanprincipal: nductecl
I I A tab; fambership 'of:7W. ; PEMEN'S, DANCESOCIAL . CREATED SENSATION,J IN: people from all ov.r town 'tj-1' TI\.. bride Is- a popular young ladyof examinations .of conditiqj ppptlb'' "1

,, thelseecond! .largest orgart- . .. TOWN .J..1;; Anderson sold'' his stock of South Chattanooga where she has and tomorrow morning 41 the teat'en .

I 'ocratlUlt he State.' ?: ' > <* r-----'" .' ... groceries to 'G."-A. Bleeeh. 'andMr.. numerous friends who regret ;'''ve'rymuch will ,meets for: --the r1hta .' < ', '
,hoots oftJ fact' we are to'c cele* ORGANIZATION 'WILL : Bleech as taken'right old of,the storeon that 'her marriage'' takes her meeting of the: .year atnod. .
'17,. 19 eo rilng )1 Thursday Be*." .yETERANS'1,:ASSOCIATION. 'MEET Pennsylvania avenue. .' ' ,; away from the city) The liven office. *? fMonday.'tndFniifg F ..,
, .fasnlontd OPEN .HALL: THURSDAY '; is well -known here having 'One.' ";
AU De Ith an told ANT6 HAVE SPLENDID, PRO .Mrs. Carnes'who wa badly scalded of,
i d e> cordially:invite the EVENING. .. .. last week on-the left; side;and. hand, until a few years''ago, when he movedto at i 0 t
d urged'to $nbeM'of[ rout orgah- GRAMS-OTHER NOT S' is eeltJng along nicely *. 'Kissimmee, 'where he. i* a riling' era and. pupils will, nee "' .

beah 1th nil ontnU, occasion. --'- The New York Veteran's' 'Association .., young, business man and is highly school auditorium 'for -ci_ .. '

ePrs I wi1J 1 )on .u* 1 In our cele- .The< social organization composed The r'egular'bu.iness' meeting and of.the"member, of the Kiasimmee non .at the' home of: Mr.- and Mrs. ercisesJ for then.,will ,be ne"fMrm' . .
v r: truly, y Volunteer Fire'Department -will open social of the'.Epvrorth League will be Walters, on.'New York' avenue, and" .The'young couple are at. the progn, Everybody i* Invited to Y
eta 11r "rdWimer. of'Tradef' their new hall-with a dance Thursday held Friday evening,at' the- home 'of after' the usual business session had Breaker home on Mabette,street., present,>'and it is 'probable that ;t'

Ge .wn.l rre.ldent: evening,. September 19, at :S8 o'clock. Mrs.-.Golf,''on Indiana .venue. Everyone a selection by the drum corps, a*song where they kre'receiving the' atop.' goodly crowd of 'people,,composed of" '
m !. Secretary; They have leased the hall in the Savage I I. requested ,to' bring,-a'-clothes b)' Mn 'and )Its. Depew and :Mrs. E. gratulationa of their'many fri.nda--, the school board'rnembere'ministers';' Viand \..,
a tta: will +''witness: the building' over Makinson' store, ; i Williams, ."Old Kentucky .Home." '. patrons general! will .bot. on hang; "to .
n ilar 'cam aiCt\l/ in and have 'had enlarged, and renorated'and pin., 1 ',Sheriff- Mrs. Hill gases reading, entitled, to see the- beginjilng :" .,...., .:\ J
On1 evening
full'):meeting is urged, Will be glad tfl rent'same vatt'of'Riwimmee Saturday' to, Prej.St? "The Inventor's-Wife."-Recitation by ST. ''CLOUD ENJOINED, 'After the' chapel': the,>opils, will '' .
'out :
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* dances and ,'< came / retire, to their .
meeting/
for r. Mrs. Marsh, "The Tale of a Goose. < respective rooms, going -' e
. a EACII ." The firemen 'h.--reserred"\hura.: Cloud' and L served an Injunction' Song,.-'Neliie Cray. Selection by back to, the, grades 'whichhey: }
evening of each, week .. their the1 town not to. impound any. more \ ,
k0 it day ; catlev ,. drum corps.Recitation by;r Comrade FROMJMPOUNDING finished-in-last term.The' regraxUng ;'t t v ''h t'
( /eth. regular dance, night and. : will then ,
a Francherrf-.fAlUs Well Tha t End 'begin'th., principal start'
Invitation Among.thAe>who went' theex-: ,
%3 T' ,MEADE: cordial extended to all on \ I ing at the'' and
t cursion to, St.. Augustine were: Mrs. Well. Comic,:Irish recitation by Jiighest going througt) ...
to attend and ,enjoy themselves: "Jaunita ROBLES' ISSUES ORDER the entire This
J Grant Kendal, Miss. Eda Mr. Mr' Depew. Song; ; by Mr. JUDGE school./ 'work 'o 5.: 1
Music will be furnished* ". .by. Prof'' : Epple." Ed .Albertson, Prof.Epple LambandJ and Mrs. .Depew and Mrs. Williams. IN'ST. CLOUD CONTROVERSY pleted the pupil will be':dUrai* ., '1'0''"

1, + 19SJJt BAIJTISTHpXDSERIES ,lundeby sextette.- ,Doollttle. and: ,, N.. L. Ed- Twenty-eight; were present. ,Next for. the. day Beginning. Tuesday there : '
The entertainment committee Is wards. ', ". -- meeting to be held at Mrs E: E. Wil! OVER. COW ORDINANCE.- will be two session, A day. School i ,,
yi ic. A; :; composed .of Alfred A. 'T.m". chair. Miss Liziie? Nelson 'was -Klssim-- liams' on Michigan avenue. ;; first.Tues ,' will open at 8:30(> in the :m.rnlngj.nd., "
man; Ira Best C. ',Di Cain/ Le. d.yln October. r continue 'until 12 o'clocknoon, rVopening' ,
i, AL EETINGS, last.- : '
'' .5 toy,, Kulp and Edward Newton.. men MrA'I'i.ltor.. t'on' A.Monday. Hanicom returned_ S 1 S' rr The legal l controversy over th. impounding Inrthe.fternoon'at o'clock.
of cattle the town authorities '
by '
and eontlnuln ,antii; S. There ,WIll
vji of the Ktssfmnnounced" fACING"Yi1f : of home several on' Saturday,week.in last Massachusetts.Mrs. after a visit.- s of. St. Cloud was continued before be .a general.recess of IS minutes, lathe .

urcb from MUSIC Fisher, on Dakota avenue, has CONTRIBUTIONS Judge Rebus in Tampa Friday forenoon; 'there wUl be i ea.'ttt ir .
San t 1t he''would CAMPAIGN of last week. the afternoon, ,,except for tie smea. '
been ill for the few days + .
past .
very . The IIrat.eam.' before Judge t' "
t es. 1.services WAS DRAWING CARD case up pupil ?- _/% j? (
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Ladies' the M.
t week ; The Aid of / E. .' : : ', : Geo.'L. Parker of the Osceola ,county "j ,'* .:'
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Teachers-Are'Ready.- :
following "t ;,,',_ :" ...'..", ,' .. .. church the home met of Wednesday-Mrs. Killpatrick afternoon; on Ore at. ..The Gazette will'r and court and was appealed to ;Judge The ,.teacher.; are ready for;theopening :,

i t ie rt.ltl PERFORlIANCg:. BENEFIT and Sixth street. ' acknowledge contributions to the James Perkins of thecircuit court. of the school 'year.. "Mr: ',
r )* Baptist FOR con. Wednesday Democratic Campaign Fund. The town of.St. Cloud lost in the first Ev.u. th.'prindpal-and'his' family:
Mrs. Gibbs left for
on ,
iimmeeonsthat day.' ,OF/ METHODIST ..BUILDINGY case: L Subsequent to have beenin Klssfromee for,'several ,', .
Tampawhere she will attend the :
; .. 'N. B Carson the decidonolJudge: Perkins' the
Leader has this anHolt's -> : cashier of the ? 'i weeks; after spending a vacation at '
Jewish New- Year services.
hf' r j engage FUND BROUGHT OUT A '-The' School Commissioner- State Bank.; has been designatedby' town council passed another :ordinance Oxford' and Covlngton' Ga.Mr...
'- S LARGE)AUDIENCE..... In County St. Cloud the .'Democratico'RepllbUcan and the ci'.tti.'men sought .to Evan returned early to conduct summer a'' '
were Tuesday inspecting
t ont Dr Holt assures usbe.Tw4th the school building.' :, and Bull Moose'; committee as -enJeJrh-the enforcement of that ordi- school,.in-which he was assisted, x
new *
,' l us' Tuesday, local treasurer'.for altfunds.Any nanceJ; The heariW'+')n the petitionfor AJmena, Leitner and Mi** w ay'
b,,f er.. thev' series, -oflHi > Greeted. by ,an:;'audience"';at once Mr. FrankKnapp. ,-on Florida' aver' funds committed to the care injunction cam 'before Judge Clara Stute of the faculty.: :: ) e
+ 'ad- complimentary,in. numbers and quick pU.o.I.is quite sick at'thisvwriting. off, the Gazette will be turnedove.r Robles .Judge _aia, out of the e
g .Afirst r as Pf| 'Mrs.- Bessie B.. Simpson,' of .. the '
W. HCo tine J J. here from Lake .
a, pofVwar lecture upon* appreciation, the Levee, comedy land. ;; V!: to ;Mr -.Carson for remit-, State, ,and Judge-IM granted a High School faculty has recently re .
t s eel 4t -4h>: West, to '"?acing' the Music"' presented by a During1 the iheavl"itorm'.on'Tuee. % tance': to" headquarters, -The following !' temporary restrain '*:.Sraer, pending turned from a i month -at Monteegle .;
i i-a* a missionary when 'ea.t'of' local, actors Friday 'eveningof .wind 'contributions- the the taking of'' tesL Inony. \ Andrew chautauqua.' '. _-; .
the blew
1'' n Thl ( lecture,;' asI lafet' week was an, unqualified. success day afternoon' heavy:. Democratic cause are ,acltnowl.'edgedr' Johnson represented the cow ..n.and, Mle.Martha'King the' ,.Hit*
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in' 'of ,side of
the top part the east. > ; i
,1 'ad- /" : : !* of. St.
I mou..rchautauqus ; : W. B.' Crawford the town
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'- pool; spent 80m.-time Arkaaeas.
rs yt \ ysaleWwill be de- Tbe'"amaieurr'1weie partlculariytappy the new1.Baptist'church..Mr. J:. 8: FloYd .,, .,,_ ,.,!,.'.1 00Ja Cloud.,. '\ L_ L___.. L ,....n.__ ,:' .c ...'
and ,
Mr. Mr ue .10''' DVm. lit. ANI
:" '' .' bar'been paid as selecting their "vehicle. ,The and"Mra. Weddle IL' Reese,, .....-r.s...'....,._* 1 00Lewis'.O'Bry.n .An Interesting side light i A Ii. neat \on'v!
and 'wereKissitnmee ,
r.'..night i for* the .lee-. play was a-; good one'' and ,they;lm. Anderson .visitors little' daughter.;, ..."'....* '1'00' litigation'is' offered the'p iervics.t1gY; 0. bias. 8mit'.. '.... : '

"*; iot.-L.t: us ...givelmad proved this' vantage bygetting the Veteran' .Association Tuesdsy.-met- W.'B. Crawford.rT..;".",-:..:;w t 00 tion of a petition to'-.tns CounfmUsloners rt f POT ..; r
patti down to that point where thing -The. "at R. .Johnston -;;_,. ,___ 1.00.?, to"fence, in" the. LpgLxOOKy: ; .10.... '
srfiTn ran .with"'. 'measure-.of; srnoothnet* G.:A:R.- hall August 31;.at 2 p. m. A>E..Donegan._'....."w. ...t.t ,,6.00 St. Cloud., -In' regard to thefts , .r; / 't- .. '. :
with President "in chair .;. .
Scribes :
. the ; ,
seldom seen except On'the legitimate G: F. .Kribb. rr,"' f..y." 1'00''' the petition it?is said that .j'Plrie, ; .. '
i stage.The fun, began'early, in 'the Opening tong,;,\America, Minutes w,. Ri: Harris._.....::: ._* 1 00 menare.lo.lnglIOtonly'y'-. '.,- .11.' .( .' .."
play and 'contieuedthroughputrpartitularly of. last,meeting"read and approved.' ; ,T. M,'. MurphyAndrewJohnson I..,....y< -received\
good JO'/C-Jir*art were- Mr. Mre..Cox.reported' money. %..:_-...a 1:00': losing' .'JrOOCI deal of pas/ . "

r '. laroM-OBwt a as rfBttifDesmond\,and last 'Thursday--by Ladles'Sand Improvement C. A. Carson _T...-.'!'... 1,00., on- the edges, ;and it is r*., ..,. ,. ' ...;.:a.........' --
fIT'iANNDSOtyN.r .. lUstr Alma) Griffin.J '>ra.. '.The cast Club! .,for-\ dinner fruit be'IDa" Geo. F.. Parker'...:;...,_ 1 '00 build fences on, the' bou jL' .'-, i''tea". "
1is was composed Af Me T;..,Earl,'Glenn $51.557 and having '13COleft; to S.1 TrIplett *.._..;';';-J .1 00 for It i is'useless to tarn>lill *,.;! ? ,.. ' ; '
and Harold Bua-i\, Srs. Earl and put, in*treasury ''after havinCJlaid 'La' H..Ingram, ,_,;-..;:.._,., 1:00: wl thIn'atim1Ie' or two-'f.k -r : i' 'S'

I. Sam ,Lupfer,'.Misses jrlande"Thomp- afbWs.: Comrade D.GrawAoomnzit: .S.. "AuJtmaB. ,,1r..7':.*...' 1,09' \ while danger : I'; >;, .an'
tee on cemetery finds the work'' can ; ..
... 1 LD AT QAR Td, awn/ Alma GriflVnf-Helen,Jone* and ; The i County::: Oflyen' -, J> '
Mr*.' I. 'H.' Ingram. ..',. .' be,done ,quite 'easily and without'm Total:. to \date t.i$19'00. ,. ed of the >;1 d.t. o- :. 1:'; : ? : '.
j. tct'"u! '7. 11 ION., ,'. :The Kisstmmee'Concert- Band 'enlivened great amount,, ,oft ,expenses .Some : build"eretid to place1., f U "', "'

the .Interludes.;with stirring money ben given, for. th.,workandmore the' .providetv' KI.NDI'QII'HEAVY}' : ' .

The r of'gen- Dn .lc. 'A"neat!: sum was, added to >prom ecL"", -General .reI w r, -,- 1 gate.,.hich"y'l ar.-pro odd ,ln.I :evjthere.is ,6L'l.:. .. T, LTAUQIT. ; :
mark ,were made ,in- regard 'to' i'tew ;A
bet building fund 01 the'Methodi.tehurdt. '
ral rh tsr'au ha- voters park'in 'bloek..68., MrDepew. IIEND RSON'BREAKFR: :
r*
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the of .he J
through enterprise J : ;
f.Klssjtaraa* of'Aug.st '. Jn' / : ..
all "
oesU who 'will to plant" trees ; ,.
$ r ,24.'wW.a 7 Council generous, and, enthusiastic: company,: the' reading.room, park .- 'of' Of; CITYp:autibrotlrel': : '. ,- ,1
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eed ,
y Citizen'sank Motion'made by Mr.. White (and, A, POPULAR'' VISSIMMEE MAN .. ( \f. !! .11. -
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}a local : 1- H., Comrade Stewart D.I\I\II \ :>
tut kfSQ supported by' we- ., : ;
Th. was kted1'byArthurD.r1egan :.I{ J1TI s' have an''old settler's .picnic; ] WEDS: .ONE OF. TENNESSEE'S'FAIREST \'\' ,UVUI\ "AS.... U >& 1V-'nOO' ; "1 '-

... t of, the- bank3 le/. "fl A committee,will be appended carried.l[ : DAUGHTERSI. ---.;.,. '9' 181-';"'4" .' :" "' ."" ...... ,.::- '.
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his. .t: ,' ; .
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odor; 2OQ.T, e. bank next meeting'to.cotnpfete; ; :fw-5 ExPEaT"ACN'. -: ...............". ,.....-.'-- o .M
QN1) THE,,DEATH a i OF;MRS.:, KATZ, ments1 for the .m.- Mr. Wentworth ,. :-w; 'J' ;,- ,''' (
to taktthe'at: 'pat. to announced a mee'ting''of the Agricultural .' ., The Chattanooga New. has the following A'ND TAKES. UP/W. : . .. -' - ..... ., .' '
>e deli wredtas soon a* r IegxUty e.: JFROM;THE HART,MEMORIAL. Society.at. the, G.-A' R; hall on account of the marriago'of 'JUSTING"ClTY. . ".'" ..< . . .. ...ri's ...
IFhad .befit passed --tipoa *be bsnk ssttofulll *, :CHAPTERjAlWL' : :: ; Thursday, September! at ,Mr. .Clem Breaker, son 'of Mr.'andMr .. ' .u "' x t r'' >'t ". }\
+r theAnt d ry+ta: be Mr.'Foliom- gavea1' reading .entittledr"The .: *.'JH,/ M. Breaker.,:of" Kiasimmee. i *i *i( .: ..': ; ; : : :: : : < ' :' :
pt t.t'ithih', *- embef.1, Masters of Life..". 'Business be.: ,and M" Mollie .- Lame ) I
; Henderson of? <,ChatJtanooga ; SVarson, j : a'w
IZ.--f.?,< ?*>. ('a* V Wh.reas. 'our HeaenljTather'1i: Lng.ftl 8hed:the roeeting-wa* turned !. ,." J began.-wprk;on.r : i' .."S. 'B', m' "W'I: 0.l 1 a
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FoUsiwing the? accepUnca of the /Infinite''wisdom' has called from over to ..Mr.:Eaton,' who bad =-charge Attractive' .neYerr: detail,,wa sthewedding d .' , !' 'li- ';wo. '
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bid an ordnance wa passed provid- our midst .esteemed-friend\ and of the program;'as .follow /,. f of Mias J Mollie Henderson A.'general''and'from ' .. ..e to" :II""." :"'t'!t, ,.{ r : ... .. ,, ..h' ", a J yo
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1 ing' f M the payment of-the; iDtareet '. .. ), ; ; Member of the Founder -
ab Chapter'Of Recitation by Margaret,, :Fallough. ; and 'Mrv' Clem. Breaker, which took .1901, the y< _. ._ '" ' -/ '
|on- the notoa and for a ng fwadI ta.." A.\,W.'I;.,1, w-r:.have sustanied an "The J>rnm' and;jPtfe." .. place yesterday "v:afternoon' at ?.8 plant was-InstaUi '. ,,, >at I.. ""' :. ', .> :ttf-' ,;;( : Ii',,'
to retire >the notes a-tay.be sssje .. i.i...,.LI. lossede'that.in** : ', ,' ' '-.Piano'solo;, by vPrtf Lamb. o'clock at the Baptist Jabernacle.' ,detailed audit 1'1'< \ 'tit :;'V \,'; tyr'

dub..' tl hnoUs' 'are'to be-iwaedfUt ':.... '' the 'death'of,Mrs, Shab.pearean'.redtal, MrSill... Long before the appointed ,hour the will'be made fo ,;. Wf k ':" r.aaa ,,,n..a n' ,.... A" ti '
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denomination of'*MOO',1 ieai u; our'Chapter has.lost an active Instrumental music:bur Mrs,>WarMReeitaUonV -j church,wa* filld'. Mtb friends of'the 1911 ,>-ty&ytsss . ; i
run'f rom:ton twentyaetleinpars.The tiM afldent.member .nd ajudivid- )y young, couple.) . Jo' : '. v "' .li t.' "
'ordinance provided a' lot band ..Is ,we have lost .Ivinc.' appreclafriand. b7''.Nina, ry"it. Wed. The" church: ,wall'; beaotIfuUr decorated ti\51DIN\ .. ( ',?\, .. +>, \. .:'' .;,
polntment of thr trustees to *" ..whom. shall -mfta ,- .,
with
we potted plants and cut flow. ( and fed t'trra'r;
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cornea ,
the traSsactsojl on behalf pY.thoy. but: isn;.loa..1.: her"pln,!..,.be is j Violin'sole, by-Mri; \\V;\ diajn:: :v1hlMChclo.rd ers. >A. large wedding. bell ''was. suspended expects, to- comi'daysor Resld.ote t Pbon.4a'! ,' rl$ .
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I the tritoe; .-, to : fca bPV ;from i I..s/::lelg and painful. ?1M:pro&'J'UlLo11' li"0$/ .from.. the. chandeliet '.with, two w/ ''Olke 1"JaGDe'JIIi /+ rk no ;al -
,. amours of $2/M ;.eachjV'i-1'; 1 UI rMtr front'. Ia..*rs5to : ; $ *.;.LIYermore' ..,.c 111: a specimen white streamers attached to the back;; pressed .with, f- :': I. :,. .:",'.:
The :: t.''ywe: .- ,. her of citrus fruit' Jo be given to/thsr pert of the altar making'a canopy under 'k
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a ; mad* b,0ltiaeurru'M( ;.ear .ym.. .. son'-who tould guess ;the nsfaicr ez it which. the 'w ddtog'party stood, He is oonsId r 1 n 1',1' 5., fk r r' : ,
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.flow pay: pei'isafviiieuts' Mrs.. the.tree dtron... Itwas. Jut Mr. ;
y GritBn. Mon / r .preceding tile ceremony missions'sines. that r f 3ti u g /via' ti r + r
imee. 'a cos>y of toase r > .then, given to Association to CMa : .
..nn.-'J.. M.- flan to wa faatily.of 01U''to"eaeb.tof- be acid- "''to' / orJce..tI1e TbVthe' f strain otJah.ngrin'r:
nclhot City off Iliseimzlie, a T p amount given /or it bsJUfVlsT cents.'.: ding ...... ,tIM"" JJ* '. ,
N f Sir: Tor the .ix : ;:. ...*spread \on .Mrs.'Jinaarough la'tolkavecharge, trehL. .lhari --- the & .,,Tbthr.'haTiat '
general aOto* of < --"V of the prRam for ash Miqrr t .t--. OM .1WoaacI :
arse, Florida, to be da o i.t', O(,: ;; f A number of the sTisifcnmii ;Yacht lltyar'llads.t: ..'fte ../ ,

1912, baarniC interest1i tf ( .. \tri R' '""' Club;were in town"8aitay in. tile ". tIt bsrsieter. Piss Ir.r f' l9haS '
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i par cent..Mr annualpaylannually ; J.. HaU ChMlBS fv<", \\iV i TMV>. maid .of honor. 8ae

el dafcomlnatio ." -4;, ,1 8. I,,, B. .,eaDC) -. iiirhg wases? .....
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vIRRflMS. while the, 'YiQ nd was .cleansed''' and KEEPS( OUT' ;Of WATER NOWOand *

: J l dressed. If,was found that-the saw COPT, 'NUA. i is is rsaMi .. .
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had penetrated the bone slightly. Aduerti
Tied N Classified
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'The wobnds"are healing and it l is . .
: 'v' the ,.H1.L'4t"< : 'Ha"* > ymeer ...
: ; 1M LOWER QSCEOU thought that unfortunate young '
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; , ,. 1! .. man may escape without the worst w Hh; .., ;
: 11A. '. 'I", results. It"was'feared at first--that, y -' Advertisements' are Isel; ted under this head a't .thJAte f"'S COli U, u
j "would lose the 'member, but it is A Wisconsin gander Was so upset : .Jt
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each Insertion. e
line
{ 'lMiIJ ICd ANIESMABEOFFRIf possible ,' that'no such' calamitous. A. E. D :K'l,:: iENT by experiments, made, upon and '. per
thing win result. / through him
mischievous
\' by a boythat .
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He his parent have resume"t exe'r-
will
many PETRIE
tor s longtime he would MISS
" i'' ':\'- .. ;not CO .. ].FOR sALE \
,: .. WHJCH AC- riendsi who deeply .,Mpathisewith into, the .water. -,4. I class of her ,KIndergarten l and Pri ;
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COMMISSIONERS .
will 1 berestored Sum
I them and hope that'h soon "" School-September 9th.

aw'y 1 C PT1t-JtOAD BHTWilE11: : # \ G. Main The from gander's water, determination as a' means of, to bath ab- FOR,SALE-Pair' mares, weight 2600. met mary.Street, e ,1I7tt'
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'' A r l+ ,W l TTIEIJ' AND BASSEN T / out .,, J.W.: ..Miller.. - 35tf.I .
t' log, grew of the, following circumstances ------- 75,000 FORDS manufactured this year,
,- SI -:' 4.: ,, 'GER; 'TO. BE PUT IN"l3enfamin W1IIDDN'S'"WIIIZ"NEW I .f :" t I.DID YOU EVER Bee a dissatisfied Ford and yet the factor l is fat behind with

.1 .' / ',. REP'AIIt.' : +- '.>' '"" 'The.boy thought be would tie e/flsn- owner.Never. There's reason.. 33tf their orders. Something significantto
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,i.. , .'!.', 'Ing-Hne to the gander's leg and with the sensible man about that :
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\ 1f! '. > \ a'hook properly baited'-UMI the bird I DO YOU want on l long time and 'I.
money
l Fresh.' .
Williams. 37-2tpd
< Frankl
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"" ,J.$, r, "la I often quoted 'THE POPULAR STORE; THATDOES >hir.t ,. out into,b. water, 7be.t>alt was a easy terms to buy or build a house; For .

{ 1;. /1''. to th..ffe4.'that, if you want,,a THINGS! IN .A'JIFFY.Whidden's .. frog..The I FOR SALE-A/.strong horse, wagon pay off a mortgage that you are '
"" e"'-;' thing' done*well do''it jrourqelf.. gander went into the mill pond, and harness, $160 ''Apply Anton Mai- paying a Jjigh rate of interest on?

ti It was probably this axiom, or -: '' tto' M 1 where be swam around for half,an leg:, over Mach Pcoe.. stable. 37-ltpd If so, write Willson & Cobb, Sta [ 4-
l' something.akin to. it, that actuated Whiz-have' 'you seen ''IiD Agent. Provident.Home Aiioclillnn
and
r hour. turning "nip-flaps" dlylngfor "
*} "" '' Fred F. Hunter, of,the Hunter ItT FOR dressed ponltrTr 1 phone, the Rull Tampa,' Fla. 86-tf :F
hot
a food. Suddenly be felt a pull at "
rr Is called'the Whit for euphonicreasons. Basa Market. No. 189. 19-tf
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t I' : : when'' h. before .It :
.od Co., appeared .' Ornamental Shrubs
his .
In the first place it .y leg and looked as surprised the -- ; FOR finest Roses,
1\ goes
; County Commiseronerv..Monday Commissioners with a'whiz, and /the'moat suitable . "10..'.herm.D" when he'' caught a .BUY' TWO Fords; for about'what you and Greenhouse Plants call on "The '
the toT '
requested ejaculation: at''.eelng,it is "Gee whale: would( have to pay for'one ear of. any Florist" Miss Jean Caldwell, Church
between Whittier run
the road '
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I .. :, :>i ; whiz!I" ." The ganderconcluded% that I there ...;other. good make. 33-tf street Phone &1. M tfy

; ?t. bunter has? had occasion It is located in the, rear,of Whid-;ds. 'at was something 'the matter, and be TYPEWRITER .for sale cheap. Herbert BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream best intown.
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J '' den's '''shoe store,', and' it*. main puri looked ascertain" Kiesimmee'Drug Co. 81-tf
>! the road re ently,- and he to tbe cause. ,Tbe Speir.;;: ; S3-tf
I It ,-;f . 1 :: tq be in a' most-impassable. pose In,, life Is.to. restore lost soles; pickerel.on the book gave several ,... _ MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and, /J
r, .. '* .. The road between these i It is a long; cylindrical affairthai,, Jerks \whereupon ,the-gander,decided FOR SALE-2 .h. p. International we will get a drink of the belt soda 1.:
< for- the part stretches across the back of ,th' 'home,1. Harvestergasoline' engine, in good
1 P. ins greater that-be wanted to go water made. ilt-tf
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,.\e' I.nd. of. the Southern store" and is operated by i a thr He ; the'ihoiv running .order.. Will sell at a...c-
t? ,, H ,1 Company and the Hun- horse power. motor with JJf J. I/ 1 at' once started for' rifice if;.taken;,, at once.. Apply at .PLACE your orders for Roses, Shrubs
.. but the pickerel on the bookwant.dto '
"' ': Ciftiipany.; Gmptlu Hunterted best ''as engineer ana manipuiaV ,' ; ,_ Gazette office. 37tf and Trees. for fall and
a .jf It l is wonderful go the other'way. Tbe".gander ing with Miss Jean Caldwell, Florist
a machine
to'' the Board 6.\t--the \
..' end is 'a stitching t seemed frightened- at-first Then,, be FOR SALE-At bargain if sold at Phone 83.: 34-tf
E? 'receives 120,000 yeV> fore
a 1"S ,
once.. One excellent horse one sur- -
stitches the C ou'n evinced of 'to V ;i ;
next
1 /irposes and that, about x>ne- sole on, to signs' angerandtried farm small JOIN. fOURCOOPERATIVE COLONY -
rey; one one.
wagon; "
a file for 'shaving down : fly to shore, but, the ,pickerel'pulled
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">f the amount was being paid 't> plow and cultivator; one extra good located near Tampa on S. A. L.Railway
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: : land : then there are smaller flies1/ him back. 1 *. ,
w .e t is: companies .He'argued ? Jersey cow', and. kitchen range in Members get land at a fraction v
i, 11 jhe( didn't regard it ab an unreal and sole edges; and nextjlw After half' an hour of..the hardest good condition. Mn.,. Tho.. Van of the usual cost. Large number
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.'. ble request when he asked the tbe-1onJr ehat Yls *-pat of'j work be had ever done the' gander Duzer. v\ 87-2t of allotments taken, and new town
o- T Jmissioners: to repair the road brushes. Itrequires but f e r cam.,, ashore dragging a 'six-pound. building. For information address N.
: >.> Hunter realized.' however, that time tovhklf sole a -pair oft 1CeS for ..pickerel up the bank., .' THE ..TRUE VALUE of an automobile R. White.St. Cloud. Fla. 36-4t-pd. .r
/e might be'some delay in getting this outfit. It goes like is baaed upon the service it gives you.
p '; /work done, and it is desirable fore well, the' operator told the t Ths'boy'took oft the'pickerel'andbaited v The Fend cars will give you. double A RICH'MAN. if he is sensible, doesn'tlike
, C ,- uses of the land ,companies that person that it had 'r'rI .the book with another) frog. Ue the service price considered, of any I to -'.'bum" money anymore than
i, .v'rOads be put in prime condition be- volutions a minute; that j tried (b>> Induce the gander, to go la ,other cart made. They coet'less, to I a boor man. does. That is "why so.jmasy'of' d

fore 'the fall .nd.,winter. It 1. .then I natives of Mexico or Cento w for another swim", but ,no amount of start Vila ; less to keep them in .repair :"*. them are discarding their g
eS" that they' expect the greater number ca for revolutions and itl) 1 persuasion could get the bird to do so. ,,less to operate, and will take n feli-priced heavy cars, and are buy ; t ,t,
'of, t prospective'purchasers, and admitted that it's going BO., 1 He simply 'could not be driven in. For you and bring you back over any road ing the light Ford. They find they ah
C y it .. essential to have good road for i many weeks the gander would,Dot go that any other car can. Then just get better service from the light can, .
i "d them ,to travel. think of the price $656.00)() for two orer while the first cost and the upkeep
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+!!a Therefore Hunter Slf\ ;: \ .' Into the water. He v Qul4 vproceet' ( run-about. $755.00 for expense is far less than half what it I 1 -1i
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ti I) .' Capt. proposedqtr FOR MACUINEa } wltb the rest of his flock!: to the water'S '' would be on a heavy car. 33-tf
1.: ? to 'have the bridges at Pine Island : urin( car, all fully ,_. .. .
i C k Y and*- 17UU Slough'rep.Ired and kIN I edge, but there be would atop. fust -. - - --- --- y! ,
He would seem to be arguing with get We amnl anywhere"v
k i I'7' take the J co unty'eunty'e promise to pay I KISS cENT lo i'red
when the Board should, receive the them wltb reference to' the danger'they literature,

-*> 1\ money. for the .1912 tax\\a The work I' ,were courting.BIG ER COMP : Improved Farms

V i ;; ,,18, to be done under th...supervision E. C. PREBLE SEEKS'FOR !J. n:, .' :
the County Commission
ih& i 2t 41.trictJIon.. William Fran tin for'Wale that: PLANT. IN Tl RUBY UNDER HIS SKIN 5LKk"r"I FOR SALE BY L

; t. w ker, and.Capt. Hunter, both\radical CITY :
d g' "men. \ Burmese-Euradan Was Used ae Hid

Marl Road Needed ) -JRD) CO J ing Place| for Jewel by His I 1 Mrs. Summers
location for 1*
Father
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ti A ''representative 'of the-'S'outhern shop Preble has \\ SIEVER 1e 1 Il

+ Colonization.Co., made JIJ Statement .!I will probably apt r Surgeon Watson tells Tip about NEW \, ,.
to>the
Gazette v4w ays'ago that fore the Board of Trade at X.
he some strange smuggling a story olBurmah ''
considered t
1 ) e construction a meeting and make his prop; iOMPANY .
s ..mart road between Kl simmee and known. ruble and diamond that -d near Kiasim- "'

.Bassenger dne ,of:'the'' most urgent Mr. Preble hails from Chlcai\ L 0 R I D A passed through' this port undetected nee, tion, a varl t
't needsr the county, and one that Iglnally. He went-first to Ft. 1 If not unsuspected. The surgeon was $V Rratt'eallya' Dr farming lm-
,' .woul /produce greater results 'than, erdale, but found no opening \ called to able hotel to sea a gentleman High Hammock Lands Good fiveft

any /ne.thing ,th.t.the county couldpWe for his business. lie was. attra, with a painful arm.' : The patient ShoVi0.1"11 on Easy Terms. NOS el'k'GIYOeaO '
Jnv $t-In. . to Kissimmee and has moved hi was a yellow, slender, tawny no Other h ,
-- desi
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would 'much, prefer to bring' He has, located on the Meyers pla. blond, the left arm a little swollen and LIT t 'lthe'

y r ir prospectors," through Kissimmee, in_Patrick:street! VIOOK _. Very painfuL A bard lump was found ii exchange LaU value heal agl }
r ,- aald, 1f'we'could take them out Mr. Preble says that be is prevpared -------', ''- -- under the skin just above the elbow, . Hpedenl
: -: :- tine Wit'
over a good, marl road to"" the lands toestablish te kind of machine / great 1.
r below here. We, would prefer to shop that will be most needed in Kis-l NGL1SH WATER:, AGON NEAR and this was pressed on the "funny"aerve soon begin an ,you wr
\ that behind the elbow. iU trade l for kaliasce vane ADB
brin&.. UbjMMjere even after the Mar simmee. He want to confer with the , runs accurately and prom
t ts wn branch 6Y I. eompleted,'it w+s <.had"'!'this hard character of. work''is required'hereand Vnsrksble Oeellne-Oratlfylng te that the surgeon took an'X-ray shoat ??_ '
f 'road that I'm .ulkl- >* about We then order'the machinery that V Tempersnoe Levers. ' It and found It to be a big' ru partiality, and anybo >"ible mst

} + would prefer to bring them to Kis- will be needed. 'He wants/to' avoid '- tbout five carats, ., FLORIDA Tbrice-a-Week editto want i m sail

;simmee because Kissimmee is a the mistake of'' uttine In machinerythat ."statistics of beer teal t spirit con This tbe..novel,_ story of I' every other day in ms to huum
+ ;pretty place and .impresses will to be useless. tny with --- -- fi s mote
people prove the ate
ruu7.ln arm: Sunday, It will be of
favorably. Clolon{ con n d.....ln ,the latest anwas'elMfedpresidtoms -
First has'
had
He long experience in the
impressions have
a a Burme..Jiur.slaa: (his tM The Thrii altergh i
and excise you now.
deal
great to < 'with' the final state business. > , '
while bC
? ) In hi. childhood
of . succeeding \be also abounds In
mAd to oUr business. If tution.- gratifying other rovideaerial
we bring had been the chief ,
of a b" .
'them' signed.' < FU.. :
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down >rance. At q stories '
"i ; on the East Coast road ; humor
bolts hlghwaym
p f they've Smyrna,, got then to change '..t.'New YOU'RE/ON. / St.Mr.Cloud Lynn colony was and the ,foWumptlon hat*_. ."..'-.! ,cut-throat CE ? Yes the tease: In fact, everyth koees,
x ; again: at Orange ln Best Companies.Why
and again at. City tifled with the,Interests.of thetowunufne ::rr ;:; ? :; : found in a first-class ds nhouseJR
l v" vta Ma/town. 'AU of this u_ ,. .. _uU b ___ .'- __ ___ TUB Ylw J
changing' is bad for our business. It RESPONDS COUNTY ,BOARD TO mu Been n; grow to the point; 'P.'tyr Oil<< !' THRICE-A-W

,'' 1 ,,4R, R get the prospective customer worn ROAD BOOSTERS OF where his assistance/was no longer .., ... .. ... regular subscription p

rat.out the and scene disgusted inspection.before., he" arrives MELBOURNE.' interests necessary.in He St.,has Cloud closed,; and out.is all his nolonger not'uie,, the same Irood.udcment) in buying, per year, and this pays & .

.3 "On the other hand, if we''had this .'. connected with te bank.;: Insurance that'youdoin, buying.'goods for, yourstore We offer this unequal! B8p
iL' fine marl road running from = i EmU;': Graff ,was' ;chosen' to .'the clothes for family? the Kissimmee Valley ( I
put or
KJs- .
'simmee,toJ Bassenger, Th.' i n r 'of. Osceola vacant, place ,on the board f.direcl your, for one year for $1.76. ? _

? .our..people,.here,, all,fresh a , of halfway Donegan and Mr,' Graff ,are P. :A .
and ready; ,;.for a good 'auto' ride.nook Brevard County, I' ; two papers is (2.60. JM3I n
reach here ? hick, :, to say at. the county |, VansAgnew, Dr. E., G. Farris ..and'A. ' atkhi.itIdr
spend afternoon; 'line tmh good'road'/rom Kisslmjneel .' .'. H. Klnne Dr. Farris is
a. -
town
'' night and over start, a thaAaventy comfortable / .w I' president, and .J;. W. Squir :- ."Ice-j ARTHUR" E DdNEGAN INSURANCE AGENCY -V ad ,
t, ? < .. .. out !in """ ..."Good' ?toad .. ,A iitl f = .a.
k, ng.jW .at' the land. s' ssoc oa, o +
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, mochas; 'callJltuvv.I .. . ,
v 'communicationr 7cnr Nde
UoiirT a 'to a
na: whota. lot for if v. !
'c ach HM c sceola >!f *..-, Katzodi unty.' Commissioners ,which I Ql MfNTS'Q.UAS"fQ ; ; A QOOD'E' ee ttrf,

t y t' 4 ,.......;.. / '..Iovecl'mber, and treasuread before the Board Monda . MierTFruit '

; ;'the IwaoJB M Society of,the Presloclation wanted-to-.knlft DRAINAGE. SCANDAL' CASES A' CHEAi V7''Y4A

<. + ""f'" 'terian church .Kissimmee: an i adf"18eionenoLOaceolawo f
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r:t,. e j t)',. j/' '.r: .e' with the Commi loners of DROPPED. TSU, THE'tiOV-, -atediMMl
and consistent member, and always
pl ( "n'' opelllng' this road The whatyotvjr Man
'lei
\, .. ..q; '''her poet; therefore, belt '-"e BOard, was instructed to IpRNMENjr,1Washington ? "heususlnents

'' ,,' y -Beolv.d,'' That In the death of Mrs.te the response i of \the D. C'The- Indictments l i :and VegtabIej Hatwaker'sRf' .
,
'r '1Ii..Xataou'belovfld friend'an4 pmissloners; by telegraph. I ForllJ '
I 4, I lftet"ad.I.' willing tnd} It l hoped against Charles G.'. Elliott, : "
,, \' 1oorke 4 0uI'f'eOcI.. h1 former chief 'drainage engineer of ,
:, -orkeri on r both sldea. of
" .irreparable ,,,loss! ;: but. our..loss is beri loee'no' -time in getting the department of agriculture. N. Hlfl
t ":. l'; .eternal gain; she rests from herlabors; (. their reapective'roads Moorehouse,i) his assistant; F.ic: SIn-, Packers': "Supplies .J V V also any hi arn''1.'.*

.?, aD4 her works follow{ her,.and we hope p, meet' at a commonto gleton, the chief' accountant, of. the S'OF' iH
',' department and, R.'.P. 'Teele,. a .former ,
)'" meet bar Strain,on that shining,sho accountant charging them with .'. d
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I s*>*,!! ? the grave;, Jhrlees' a'' the First Baptist having presented and approved false J<* The 1 if test and best stock: in the .State. Protnpt7 -'

;c..",;{Eesolved.'That we ;extend to the sor P1 fth. voucher,' to' the government,{;'wasquashed ;ieeaaof, delfrerp;.consistency J In, prices.and;,.honesty'

r ./:irowtag' family our.deepest sympathy ill' Marcel it 9:45i a.m.N.'p. onlrognesi" ; of' the government '*- f la 'quality''ihroughout.."" "

+ ''tbts't. air sad bereavement ", .i ,rietendent i today. /
; been'diemisaed I
''r 1 t. + ,. ::; '.;.r ';,BesoIved. That'* copy of these- reao-fthlng rvice. will begin the The service men',had because of the' acts from al- V'V' '8PRUCB" lJAi>DEiUI.:with" :'ilickoryrqunrla'any; I I't; f i

htloaalM'UbefamIl70hQ' li ' lengtIL.: ,, ItfPIfUl!
4a, ; de "Tectto'be, -di.cusaed'at.'th. leged against'them.! ,. r ; !

'-'I" t,a :).ad,friend, a copy'furnished,.the city p*..ur.will,be. Tne..Gift; of Florida, The indictments'' grew land out,; of the S ,PBARSOfTa' 'C lENT'. COATED NAILS, '3d. : : f i
Everglades investigation
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'r ;I. ,pen for publication/and s copy.spreadronv.h a scriptural historic but pertained especially, to and' 4' 14.\''\n4edl 'pointed',specials; for hoopless 1<<; I .'"..'i fine ,, ;1 j.A ..ivenienees "\:.
.. ii'' r :rgo.fhe..tMot. our society.\, .. > point of view: : !>The ments,, for drainage for lands pay in ; ... : 4 : ', y' '..\ hom mods ooton -
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.._ ... she reputation' being bbxea. . '. extra :
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EiKocsaenxsrge. : .
:' "' .10 charitable and Just North ,Carolina and Oklahoma. "" ,,, beet ,.ai4enee'IIj.g, *
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.t .. ''Secretary. : .. / of' his themes, THe :Ufl- asking .to have the 9ndidmentgquashed .NATURAL 'ORANGE WRAPiS. 'WHITM* \ I;
: ., g ._'_ ..... the government'stated. thatit ; ; v8Brii3 DCt Ss8? \
'-. ."p.-n..I.....,....In.. this ORANGE .WRAPS.' BIRCH .BOX 'HOOPS ; : 'for

; r'. 'Uai.iT1ONa) '4)r ersrsr.t ::1, j'e,.especially in; the stranLleving modare' 'there had was not been any intent possible to defraud show that the 'a CYPRB8S" FIELD' .CRATES, .GALVANIZED. .. '*;; $', _!",: %*?;? t eldpm.-' ,: ,.. ;

'.. "; ."Resolved. That the(WU1 Bryan Chap-,, U ,', '' invited. .- government in presenting or,approving I IRON STRAPPING for,: field/crates.' Strips;-for;V '. 'V '''. .W.ha,1p L, Ae'ant'. 411!1 item' ht .
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14 ;;*er."ja.O.Ci; .; .has beard with profound, ng' at 7 p.TO.,"thethe the...Youc ,en., loading,/etc.;:; <& r \ ,at' per I .. .., ,
that
'N J' sorrow of the death W.\ their sister and the.evening sub-,' r ,i, J '
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r .4 I 'flle tlIlL!' M..(S. B )'Katx;'.that she ell )yac!! :'JSurpassethaseehibling $> Modem Home I .for: Sale, .,.... Ask/for/{ i r special' prices: on crate''material1 carload- OTHERj ', I V' ,
S t : + officer."and membef elivered toanr'pointin''the; : tate t4.: :. c
? faithful as an :
i.i i. ..h'i war of .
i ., '' of No.,469+ New modern 6-1'OO1Q'bo' > N, ,
.- f ,of the 'chapter and ,I loyal: as a friend; ." , 'fr
, : man located' on. Emmett .street..one block :;' : ,
'i"," ,' .\: ;'that we ,will aU.miii,:her"-" andean truly of.w .''Ii0L1C;Psito r.s" : west of court bou e. Electric'.Jhrht., "Ii 1 1 R.pULLERcJSreatdry DISTINCT r1';h ,

life: was .1Uf/ bath.' toilet and lavatory, Lot I47x !
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tits S\ 'if" 'lI87.tbat.tb..her; : < .:: ' J
\ Hernando . BARGAINS.
of 'Is _
"7-' [.was earnest, .and consist not so"much\ in 1471 feet. ,Several young? orange and '" '" b''
am lit last ,week he grapefruit trees 'in the yard.. This 4k. thtfa! .
'erminalsBoot'of
; : t", IT : Franklin St. .
ri:; .t living ktqg as living well; ( -1)1)
.t ; -o . ,, -A' 'It of a store innner. property; Is- located 'In the very best ''. .
'the
y." , ...... ",jResolved,'!That,we extend to'the'fus.; .,: He fired' resident.section: of the'city., close to ,TAMPA> Pbonea ao fan 90' FLORIDA it ;.When s

l t. fii *:{) ,purjlnseratsympathy: ; fand that aAese mane captured him ; court'bouse.!'postoffice and business _- .'*' r ._ * .i i: you''eom.. to'Xfuim.
... r ';.t:... Gt. resoluOoos' lit,ant them.; :It turned out section. PrIce $3,'lOO. Terms on part : 1nalie.: o 'om 7'Our''
,.' "i 3 M"t;'.J''J 41.'."'" ., "'....'._..... : inp den tly 'a, 24tf. ""-,' . :H. M.:Breaker ftW Co';' :. > '
,1La.ifd. .aClOp7"reeo.tto 'nitro .. '''! ,
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BttCl |*| a new abstract CIOnI Ml IB Miami are "
I, riea.. By the time they
pmJ J .... ... aonvttle W val f'itie "<
Grocery Company Jto --- < are < .,
: : t ''nas. passed .*n'. ordinance eight fa Orange
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York..ba
pu' .cows:!' .off. the., streets.; ' New\ ntls ,,'Northt' .
two or three, {! '. '
-Whtlleee anA bro to'X,. ., :Petersburg' ha*'let 'a contract ,: '4', L':. ,; .
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: .aMO.iordonMruodhV' ra: '.!eaV ',co,1 t 'Pon.' and.ciraa :. ,

..' of timber : 't'. .' '
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.SAI ; : fort\onee.mU1 .: .
H : L JdchanUon th* J1 &H- 1 ,. .
i.t: Till. Mid Ui :: { ; : : .. .:
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>Y Board of'T baa .written 'dw. of sawn .
..' pant* wIIo'ha.. made .that ." the i,' ": ',
'. .' ,', inqviry -An Gulf coat,, I ( 'fttd' '
,. ( 'I Ir 'yw ,, ; 90 'per,'oenVof thei member Of. the srge, plant.at fort.St.m \ '''',;,.f... .
;r, f' W .a';. 'Lio w : ''BUYS'. + i'' ', Legislator' *, haft, *taMd. .. jkLea***',to i ,Jh;. .r 4 .' I" ; I ,< .
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.h t itJ3PA1a ....ott' '" Go..mor'that, tiey,* HiW, notconsider : ., ,, .! ; ; : :: : ; ;-:
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'f:! .\ : ;: anT eubjed fw l.*4a- fit j DeM1i .nt -,of 'Atri4 cvlWre ,, .' ; ", : : t"" ." ",,t IC:f"'" ,I.ffl.! ) l d'/ >;J. ,
k, y:, !.. : !HIDES;t gf1 ration at the extra IIIIIIIMott.t.o"be.. .aon.vened ..I IMCf a pam 4H containing the ... ,'.',' ..'., " '
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< 3 ; : ; October.1 other' fchan'tfc* of t&e; .\Oitru Grower r.ove. t"t.; : :; .1"J.; .: .
: "' RS" 1:. Jackeuvili.'dock', bill It' thee. men* held OminsviUe.' ':.( I''I "I" .
: .' 'f1 ) fi$ at -, \ "
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tJ t' '. J chance for other' matters to come te.t.torel -...1.. ,' ,J.; ,--.1'. . !,.r ; S" :""" .
ilI.1: '> . . ', (:; adopted, a, : .. . I'.j r.Y1'" ",
ER ZRRS'' l' .. WjhSHIN3LEsa' ;'., t.: ., 'rU&rr"..;..o'tT.... ''. I bent abide' their< pledge/'there''<;If"],,r o .ru* fruit*. ' j .I f.. ,, > .", J".I.. r: : i'; \, 'j'.'. "
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.t.a < # ', before. the *.Ion.< ..,' "' $:. 'f"" " -. '
.. N" ;.r "C &'1\1.j' -' ,TheSocialist/ rtr',held a 'cdnven- ....v:... .... : '''' ;\,' .''I\r\\ "1i \>" f' ' ,
: ;f i J-..* f Friday I . ';r. . 11'e ', "' 'f"l,1
lAN08 I .' ": \t Miattil'* a ,tax-payer* ; league. tlon at'Ocala'' of lut.week'.and -,: I ,1, '. .. ..: " ,
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$ ; ,ft; .ll' ;" Th. object"of:the.-oraanuation a* :nominated'a'full State .ticket... ,'j 1' 'j' .I
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,;>' 'A. ,'A t:. forth In" It constitution ; '" '. "
'j.r OftAN08PS: ; ; 1" ... ,. et hall becoueei. . , ,
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ctr-,..'.....,.,. .. ..'I : ' W ,,- data 'bearing-, .upon an 1 :Theo ning oft: ; Hieh School at .. II. L', .f
f -- -.,, ..coUNtRY: matter > In,, both city and .county ,.afrfair'that Gainsville' '
> VEOSTABL'S ORAJ.ES: : ;; '. ..... .....,. bas 'been"postponed to
,', ,', r.-- mayIaotJnterest.'to'th.taxpayers October 7 on'account. of. the ipeompiete.conbition i ." 't' )
CRATE ftAlL&' .r: PRODUCE, of ;Dade .county, to insist of -t...- "new.:.liigh. ] ,, ."' .
,... . ,. that,expenditure. of money, shall School building. j jA'special -'- ------, -. it ) . ,' .,. < .
/ .1 be made in Accordance WIth law,,and + ;- -.J.-

f I Jl.\: '* d"ld d feeds bt 4 kinds I ." a* ,economically disbursed'., the ': from -Miami' sly.On;- : Sixty' acres"] of' ,excoflont* M'--/ kind
,) u :u Qirden : ? 1 rapid;development of this section the' first of September, the Van 1 ,
lve ipicIa attei tion to/fiiUne'wt hunting and camping'ri. will permit, to assist officials !In aolving -' j
a'corporation
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We _; ,, the Steamship Company,
problem before
tbat'JDaY
,come th.abo&
which hajust: been organized under 15! .acreavei; y: Iivbearing
;\ ; .. '" . them' by discussion of, pub* the' law -,Delaware took over the .
;.l;." delivetttlmpttp'3iptit; i U.- ,Phone No 1l.: lie- affair* by an organization com: business of. the. Croaland Steamship ) ''I!
posed of thepeople who the and
ood:' 'Aak. iis ..fdr' ,circuUi pay and will ..continue the Orange'Grove. ,
we fire c unty..enta' itir',. fertiflztrtl. :. taxes, to obtain for the benefit of Company .

,j.."'1,. "\prices, on- fertilizQri. ,- .' :;"., ,r,,... . .th*..league*' and itemized report expenditure contract operation this port'of and the Key freight;West line'in. addition between) Located, 'sutho: ; a, ,-lfiDe .

to establishing freight steamer .
'I 10 . . made fcy'both ,county and city:official a ' ,
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line to connect Miami with'Jackson
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*. The annual due of.th* 'or-; ville.:. 'This announcement was 'made- large J lake. 'Good buiktti% .: 'All
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!;* tF- E ED NAIL STRIPPERbox ranitation are placed at lib payablein .
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J.'G.Croslnd' and "
by president \ftf
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. :;advance; 'Provision, '1. a\1O\ made general ,

;i <'e1}i > : \:qWm WattlW* M tarr' that ment in of case$10 of.member necessity can' an be assess mad.durinc' .* hip manager Company';of who the ha Croaland been working Steam. splendid (;citrus :fruit:: land.:'.... Suf-* "
per '
Q tCo 'and TIInef"w I for month on plans for the eitabliah *'*t 7
\ wemet C : the current Next
year.
ment of. efficient freightsteamer ficient income frontlispr :
an.
tkmto
Thursday opo a
: : !e ':f [;Orange Growers ;I other meeting: when the work of securing line .between (this .port -and Jacksonville ,

,, .f.f' nuking'oote.ts .because It is' I .members will be ''taken,up and thenew-of the aueee..fuIcompletion' ':swell bank 'o
all
Iii bos ...,' and vigorously puahedv There :;was of the plan will''be received .your; account
A FEEDING, FASTBST. :the . ,
with interest by citizen ,
a some discussion'In regard to.the attitude :' : I.,:;. / '
tlni i lost ti ....p1q.aU. the organization would take and business men of Miami and Dade to make' feel chesty. .tf.,
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mils" County. ,Mr. Crosland hat associated you ;
a'tlJt.aU.: *lie from in regard to4 the proposed bond issue Y
and it-was explained that' the organization himself with, IV' Van' ,\\*>genen and .
1UGHTEST. other parties of New-York City* and '
Weigh osilypouadz..d .
was not being formed for
the new company'' ha been organizedfor If this grove is' 4: \smalt
ctce..Uke a the purpose .of'aiding in carrying the ; : 90'\ ;wehave .'
... ,. ," ,jj ; ,': !l. :10,00. bond issue or to work. against it. On : the special ',purpose' cd' giving ,
Miami and this kpction of the East t

.i' .BEAN, '&' -SON>,CO.. account tlolIJI .In of this the city number all of of'organica-which"cost- Coast 'of. Florida needed water transportation . larger:: ones,,:' :and, 'many I'imi1i. !
aha been' for' '
years.Mr'Y.nWagenen'otNewYork \
yiADOC JI '..,\ :' .IACKSOI. 'ILLE.. .VIA. money, it i* not thought that a large ; has :
membership' will be gathered in at also truck farms pail city/
Ie t".r er ,
.. first although it I i. conceded that an been ni the city for'several day ; : :/ tI
, looking after the Interests of the newcompany
.. ." organization of thi kind, carried on
properly would! be of great' benefit and h* win:return I to,New ''property:, n
"and that."their co-operation with both York tomorrow' and will be- joined
Long Distance I city'and county ,official/ would be of.advantage. later by Mr. Crosland.the gentlemen I '
Phone. 296e '' \ will make'the- final arrangements ,
A.dvettis.g *
. .for .beginning of the busi' Write' for what/ycw+ want; ; '

W . CUarwater laid th*' cornerstone of ness of the firm on the first-of next ... .. .._"
month.., The Van Steamship Company j : : iled',; : >.d I. "JgJ -
a fine new highschool building last wtll 'vedetait
: : i ills!i sa right.thihg week,with 'appropriate ceremonies ill a closed. corporation there being no, we. :, ': ." > .' ;,
stock for sale. Mr.; ,Van Wagenen,
f .
: Clearwater i* "hum in' alonc"'.Inee '"
; f g/ at the;t\ight- time : the;coun.y of Pinellas, .was ,-established of New York lathe''president, ana ,intere8tedcgiarties.: '.' :-/
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' Mr..Crosland ,will be the ,yfce-pre ... ; :

; j i in.the .1O'htway', ,, -. dent. and, general, manager.. '. :':i'''''o.f'' ", ., .. ,. .
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/' .Tud'ge'IHo..ce' Gordon' iiv Tampaentenced olh.LofD; HO 0 Gt;' ',. ''.'t4;r..'<' .I ," , I. ; Jli. , I., rI
M' R. S.' Edling to six'months . I .
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eke .
a *DectaUy of planning, preparing at hard labor'tor' assaulting CharlesE. -- ,', / ; i
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i 1 and conducting campaign for 'Jones, associate editor' of. Dixie: St, Cloud Tribune:'' Six, weeks ago , ; / :, '. JI'-,:" ,r
i Companies. Board. of Trade Munlclratnre The ,judge,:said in passing sentence two of the Florida Railroad Commlisioner .> I "1 '. "' "t-i'1" '
'palitle and Indlviduala..; : met Assistant. Superintendent k .
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that it' made' no difference whether 'I "
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' : Crown of' the Atlantic Coast } ." ;
Jones' motive were good or.bad Jn ",. , 'Y ".. .'"
r coming to Tampa; it wasn't for the Line Railroad at a public meeting in I .. 1." r .
4 NN-REAGIN ADVERTISERS court: to aay. The fact,was that h* this city and 'after. listening to argttii, : .
had been brutally assaulted. The menu 'from our ''citlzen why' the"early NELSON REALTY
CN.N.NNNN
,. judge .held that assault and assassination morning', train service shouldbe ,: ;
restored!' Commissioners' so .
.differed only in degree. Judge "
TAMPA..., FLORIDA Gordon passed 'sentence after denying ordered 'and 'Mr: Crown said the "
change would take effect''In "eight or cyerCit ;. ,,
. a motion, for-a new trial. Ed- z f>i> ,Bank :
took, ten days. The day have paueclln.*
ling's attorney ..an appeal to
'. ... - the circuit courtNorthern to week and no intimation baa com I
w that 'the orders of the State officials "'

capital l, being'- ,invested is to be'' obeyed. Mr. Crown repre ',' .. "
in the fishing industry 'of Florida renting a large .corporation and supposedly ,. " "" '... .

: l..$.JkTrHaA: \ OF KIS'SntMEE'; ', be and expended several thousand in erecting of cold dollar storage will by responsible it*,officials hat for:disregarded.his agreement -* -, .. ,".'.... ,

I his and defied the- State. Mr. .
plant at Stuart: and Gosling, ,on promise . ">
M ''Oldest r' I Crown'and his fellow associates who . "1 '. ..'" ''' f \'
Bank in Osaola County the line of the Florida East Coast I IraUway. : .' \ : ,' ''')
.aMBasSSHBBSI SVHBJMMaa.. SMiiB e SI SMSMMaVsaH BH BBKBeBMSMa.. The parties interestedcome : are operating the' railroad for-, it* '
Depository' for from the New England states, I owner do'hot realize that .thr violation .. . . ." .' f#
about Boston, and..it ,,is .f'an *greemenjt--with patron MACH ,
STATES ,,8TA't' principally EMIL .ERNEST, HIAOH <;'
UNITED 'GOVERNMENT or FLORIDACOUNTY "'
i I. morally as culp&ble a* to wrong \ '
understood that the that .. I
company '. Act ** 1 ar OH fie k 'I. ., .fot,'
: ,op OSCBOLX CITY or KISBIIIMBE i.i operate the fishing Indstry in the ownersby;taking. money '''from I
be known the Florld.a their epIr"ln .n., In this.case the ; "
CAPITAL STOCK fULLY ." .>. . ','_ .,...$5O.OOO OO "' Florida Freezer1 will and Fertilizer as , ofH0iel not only have lost the eon- : MAEI: $3 's ;
PAD.'b company '
> .'. . . Silence of the public ,but they have '
f', SUHPLUS.- ? > ,: .* ../ . -3O.OOO.OO which.,'** far a* can be learned, haw :
OTOCKHOLDBRH. LIABILITY. " " ;'. ..%'+,?'.c..",BOOOO.OO a capital of $800,000.The, : 'najft,, ebm* disregarded the order';of 'the Uwful 'Z' Feed ; iy1e''Stable "
Livery ,
authorities.How wiitheCommissioners and.'S
long : ,
3. ":. .DEPOSITOR_ !SECURITY. ..."f. r.;:,\,;,!....-, (f." .".. .....'*t30.0OO.OO, pany state a bM'slready'party of tht brougWrJntp tytaen,, whoareto the stand I for. this ,sort, ;of ? ': 4

se .I INTEREST"' PAID .IN .SAVINGS DEPARTMENT i' .erect the storscjte .plant .at.,--Gos- thing t". -_ .., t' Agt.Iutei'iiaH. ... ..faIH.rn> tl..ee. ..
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being = iTLflr q L- '/'
\ ling 'and Stewart, the two.place.: J' 4

w rj J' : SAFETY,;.DEPOSIT;,BOXES;FOR.: RENT: .. onjy two,:mile apart,'. and It:is r. 'AALGBR'NEWS.r. Z.etS.Y.'s'. .-.. --' wtTSUXjb- '

' .auMffiat the cold storage plxnt"will ''The town of Alcer4l. growing fast, ". '. raB.i'*
: ?C: A. Car.osJo' M.: ee 'M ''KaU ",t. OMjB Wrjjuilt. at an 'expense 1 of:"$200,000. whlch.ls!is pleasing all our citizens, virythingnear l ; hid'ittit a :W. 'HWtfarl- -\'prompt Msi\,
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.J? y -il > It ,is understood ,that: -th.,new,com- particularly the older :who have (
: Pre.'t: Yk'Pre4'i i:24VJ: ( ;: ., Csshiertr ones 'sat or.nij ht,' w'
sfaotorjservice'day
: : panywill!, depend-upon the local fishermen
u .a .V. - i waited. for-the!,,good;,time* .with,pro-; :: '
. ,for their eupplyt.fish which phetic-visors! "\0', V. :ONE AUFBLOOKl; FROMPA88ENoI, DEPOT ..
theywill/put -storage'and after L.. tL,Fertle backto .. .
; : n&IIl'ju.t.moyed : ... .,..
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7 7 " -7' ...r r>,n"1""r.'J: ," ,- '.- ryG"I' . ::-- freezinghip; North. '[Later: 'It. ill Alger andMUOccapyryhis old.re.ld.nee. :,. .Kl ..;,/.Fl; ...: 1 >& HENH '
aid'that.there.will .be at large fleet here.' : ,' . -'" " ;;L. '" ,
'I ;!!JOaN STETSOISTUNIVERSITy: of 'fishing' Vessels .b U4rbtl''South to ''0 James ,L. Anderson' and Nathan : :*l.NN4iAi : ...
keep th. plant busy; .The"new eom- '
it J I V '" t IIolmea"of Fort' Drum, were shaking \
'LtnCIILn PII!D, D. .
e HULLBYi ; Lltt "LL D. P..4..t" pany' eetabushisg.ita''business; here, hand :with friend. ',In';Alrer, last

; ,; 1 \1> t' -:fHE'BES1HOOL' V o" .;-.FOR 'YOUR: tlILDREN. A 10.''It'Hammond understood of i Whit.,'i*' eaded City,'",b7'real 11- weak, andspent 'the. night, .with'" R." E. AatlyAyiat rwcilliiiu' taAc > t1Aai j jL1i1Kn4
'I. .
," ..' & Send.Then term '
to etao.l Bfgisia Sept. 8 ? ,
\ Fail Z
dent,: Sandwich'Ma\ ., ; '
formerly of
** Yitea
and w.re
I ''' ,'" > ; 'Mr.;; 'Mn.iNoah In
I r : .,''.' -. !l : rear..p.ert. 1t611ctinp.a rn.trnoton,.... 1 .,, otLl1Mnl.... Arq'. .!. and' D. E..Austin; of Jnsen7 who; it Alger last'we.k'visittng-relativear. "':; ,Sate '
I' I r .Ic c mu.'. \t dT_ 1* understood is the'chief.inatigator :. J. E.: Young:,.wiir have his.,automobile
,' : : ;tod) tut..l..r of Stra..., of.'the new .h1nc'liloduab7': being in working order soon':: '., . . .

"\' ., 'i. i vd. LAbs.at" Q': .'ardecbcoIA' .<.d. : .is 'UMerctoodthat' the ',;'Mr7I: U Fertle' leftThursday. ,forMulberry .1 : .
; ,";. '' .. ,,16 I'f :o.w.----; ; .. '.8eb al tOm' ny<.*wdp\later ,'install .a : .,on 'arvisit'; to',relative.., :''ALL. 'K .N : VY..HAU
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:- ...TH LITTLE ,ONE Constitutional Convention Homes' and I Investments

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r r'J;; Is I safe tress all the deadly, ;)emu ef( the '.....-", while W ,

.:. ;sleeping Her. a this convention has also pronounced I Dixieland "
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c It it falsehood, and I am 'satisfied.
Florida is to have another constitutional Who "Wrote" the Constitution.
convention soon., There, ha Not long ago I was in the office _-.---
., n4k been no official decree that there of a well known i lawyer. The'' conversation .
'.' hall -fee, but it it felt in the air turned to the constitution Having( Implicit faith in the future of 'Klssimrnee,' we have'

Bensed in' the trend of the period. and he picked up a volume and opening made It our home. We have built up a business of which we feel,

". Event. transpire In cycles. All stud* 7 Itt read the preamble as follows: proud, and trust by honest fair dealings to merit a continuanceof
5U. ents of have noted this. OnceIn We, of the State ot
history, business 1 In this section If
estate *
grateful of real .
a period of so many years we havea Florida,, to Almighty God a large portion the .
war, a' fire, a cyclone a flood, an for our constitutional l liberty'Inor-l you desire home in the most favored section of Florida for the,,
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r earthquake..V der to secure its blessings and form: a ,smallest price that property'can .be secured for. we\! Invite you. to. .

The first constitution .of': Florida more perfect: government, 'inturin call on us. .
was made at Port St.; Joe In 1838 and domestic tranquility, m.lntalnlngpublic' We offer Vacant Recent property Improved ,;City Prpp: ,
L order
1839 before the .State was admitted and guaranteeing equal
1nto.the, Unions'they next convention civil and political',rights to all, do ertvi,''Truck Farms, Orange 'Groves .and Colonization Lands at

:: ; 'was held in 1801 when the Ordinanceof ordain' and establish this constituUion. lowest prices to be obtained. i
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'..Secession was passed, twenty.-two I 1 .". vj
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after'' the first convention i in "Fine; isn't it? 'remarked the j

rears another ration was..J held law"er.L..and added "tha's. Blount.1 ilk u. __ -- .
and the constitution was changed concludedMile man", No. 601-Ao attractive home io Pine 'Nc'L ':fCelot. on wblch-I.-l l'ocated' 1

again to conform to' the conditions It' may be accounted'as, ,strange, dale I .Thleproperly .In just ouinlde of one nevrn-room and, one threeroom't t
-WESTBROOK BABY PROTECTOR brought .about'' by the'war. but this I and then again It. may be perfectly! city: limits, oo. htuh ground. House house. Large/ house Is with)
i constitution was upset, and the State Ilexplainable' L .how a. person, gain is two-story and contains eight rooms, electricity has toilet and kitchen sink;
remained under military .control until credit and reputation for 'dolnc' all ulaslered and hard oil finish, two small house also has sine and toilet. we
1868.when another convention assembled'and things that'' he never' did. Some porches, fine well and large barn. will sell this as a whole or separately.This ..
1, I"I .. ,ONLY $1.50 and $.200. Can be a.eeI.aD, place. made the. constitution where I had heard before that Mr This house Is located on a five-acre property is well located.. will pay
l which'remained operative until the 'Count "wrote the constitution. Mn.Blount' tract, with beautiful view of the city 10 per-cent on investment if rented.
({ . Call aDd see them at|, convention of 1885 framed the'present -., is unquestionably an 'able and lake. Land Is adapted to citrus Price of both. houses .2000.. .. ,
.'" (' instrument,. seventeen years in 'lawyer and the '''preamble' to the fruits and trucking. This property can -
: terveninf.between the conventions: of Florida.'constitution-is undoubtedly a be had for $3300 on very favorsbleterms No. '434-Fine tract Of 40 acres,'just
} KISSIMMEE f : CO. 68 and 85. 'Thus the cycle: runnethan'average fine example of expressive language. Will, introduce customer to short distance beyond city limits on t .
{ P: ; NI.TURE of twenty years between It is clean- clear forceful.'' All such owner and let them deal. direct. Shingle Creek road. Close to Splendid

.t constitutional conventions. It is nowtwentyiseveifyearvnalrtce"7 preambles partake of the same_ har. ,high:\ churches and market.-Prtce-
[ -tr the-most 'actor,"but
recent convention;, it is come time some of the others and see how much room cottage new and up to date, asbestos sired. '
,_ for another. more dignified! and concise it is. To roof all modem conveniences,
The suggestion for. a revision' be candid, It- does sound like Blount bath room, toilet,, two lavatories, hot No. 437-We are offering some very
the organic law of the State, !has I but the record 'does toot show that and cold water, cabinet mai.tel. electric desirable resident lots, located three'
ai Low Round; Trip Rates: come from various sources during\ Mr. Blount had the least part in lights. House furnished complete, including blocks from Court House on nice hlahelevat.lon
the past year'or so., Several prom.. framing the preamble and declaration piano. Nice flowers and shrubbery for$300. Alley in rear Of all
r nent men have written lengthy ar of rights. The convention wa in yard. Large lot, fronting 147J these lots. Cash or short time .Lotus
VIATLNTICCOAST tides showing the need for it. Subsequently divided into'' twenty-two committeesand feet on Veronastreet, extending back show you these lots. -

I \ some of the leading newspapers + Mr. Blount was not chairman 01 117 feet deep. A splendid home delightful No. 301-An attractive home In Pin.
J : have taken the a single committee. He location. Terms can be arranged ,
LINE "up agitation. was riot on dale. This, property is just ontslde of
.: on half of purchase price.
,t. The next legislature will probably the committee reporting the pre- city limits on high ground.3Hdif
the action amble. That committee Property must be seen to be appreciated. is
take
leading to was
compos- and
: \. : .. necessary Let us show it tuyou. two-story contains eight rooms, all
J : ; '' FROMx KISSIMMEE such a convention. Judge Otis.Parker, Messrs. Patterson Humphries, Black plastered- and hard oil finish two
; of the candidates for ed of lion. W. H. Milton chairman
s one Speaker porches, fine well and large barn. 'This
:.it ; has spoken in favor of it and there burn. Campbell Hendley, Bell o>; No. 309. Splendid new 6-room house house Is located
$41.68-New nd on a flve-acre'tMc:
', " York Philadelphia. Sold daily,limit Oct. 31st., are other members'of the same mind.' Brevard Miller and Can.. In making lust Inside city limits fine deep well with beautiful view of the' city and.

'!. ," :, ..,.I".1 $57.65-Baltimore' and. Washington. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31st.t We find upon reference to the record their report the committee refer. new lot contains barn two acres and: of buggy ground sheds good, all lake. Land is adapted to citrus"'fruits
: t limit{ of the convention of 1885 that red to various members who had submitted wagon and trucking. This eatrbe
, r, .$60.l6-rGhicago: 111. Sold dally l Oct. 31st. under good new fence. Fine location property
'" the dissatisfaction with the resolutions, but not to had for '
-same once $3,300 on very favorable terms.
; / ,' :a ? $65.25-Denver Colo. Sold daily limit Oct 31st. Mr. Blount That for small truck garden or poultry ranch.
.P. ; constitution preceded that convention gentleman did takea this is a fine proposition where will Will introduce customer to owner and
'''\\ \ .' '$96,16, ,California! points. Sold daily, limit Oct., 31st. Samuel Pasco president of the' convention prominent and important part l in will have the freedom of the country you let them deal direct.

___ __ _,_ in his speech: of acceptance the deliberations of the convention yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages -
r reviewed the condition. "For a long but the idea that he wrote the preamble of the city: such as splendid No. 303-Small farm inside of x4ty'
- "::1''r' I Excursion Rates to Various Points, Furnished on Application time,"' he said "there has been dissatisfaction and declaration: of rights seemsto high school, best markets, churches_Hmiter'This property consists of a fty...
'. with our fundamental be in error, if the' record is to be acre tract: within :
present. etc. Price *1500.FIVE a quarter of a mile. .of
": g: ';; i", STOP OVERS ALLOWED I law. This feeling' has found taken as evidence on that point. Oiceola High School. Small house.-flne.
w : expression in five successive legislatures Members of the Convention. I four-inch flowing well land
'. city: lots on which is located a all in culti
Fast Trains Steel Pullmans) Dining Cars fresh from the people. At the It will be interesting to old and nice new five-room cottage, fine view vation. City is building very fast in

'I.. I general election of 1884 which called young alike to look over a list of the of the lake cool breezes. This prop'this direction; Iota will soon command a
For reservations or information call nearest Atlantic out more voters than ever before appeared members' of that memorable convention. : erty is located close to the proposed good price if owner should desire at any. 4
.t r on at the polls in this Stater 31- Florida had only 89 countiesat electric line on high level lots. A tim to sub-divide and sell It for resi.
: ..,Coast Line Ticket Agent, or 884 voted in favor of this reI'on.while that time and the convention was bargain at 1600. Let us show you this dence purposes. Price $1.1 OO.
,' Y, '* YR: BEAZLEV. J. G. KIRK LAND, only 8,473 put themselves on composed as follows: property.No. j k
r \ Traveling Passenger Agent. Dlv Passenger Agent record against it." ALACHUA: E. C. F. Sanchez, B NdL 309-Fine garden and .railtry" ;
V < Tampa. Fla. Some Interesting Incidents. J; Earle, R. F. Taylor J. B., Johnstonand 229-A very desirable 4-room proposition. This place contains two
t Ex-Gov. L W. Bethel called that W. N. Sneats. cottage, located within one block of ,:acre.,\new 6-room house with porches ,
convention to order and Judge A. E. BAKER J John R Herndon. district Osceola county court house in best residence (tn fron and one side; fine artesian well 1'V i
Maxwell was elected temporary and W. L. Hunter. section of city. House Is new, with pump on porch. Choice location ',, a,
k* I . chairman being succeeded: by Hon.. BRADFORD: J. C. Richard W. ceiled: throughout; city water; lot 78x for small|ruck or poultry farm. The,
1 '- .v (. Samuel Pasco who was.elected presi T. Weeks and E. L. Odom. 147} feet. Price $1,250. Let us show land if su Ivlded Into lots la worth the'/ ?
a1 dent. BREVARD: Alexander Bell district this cottage. price askA without any Improvements. JbU. ,
.t '9 The body met June 9, 1885, and immediately and H. L. Parker.. We' an.offering this property Tha,
FREE INFORMATIONey after organization adjourn CALHOUN: James B. Stone. BUSINESS LOCATIONSNo. $$1,650 is:Iterme: on part if desired;,

ed ,as a tribute of respect and sym CLAY i Lewis .Wilson. 182-We have in the heart of the town growing In this direction and
pathy' to Governor E. A. Perry, whose COLUMBIA W. M. Ives. W. R. uainess section: some very desirable property will tahjwee* ,in value very
GROWERS daughter Genevieve (Mrs. C. B. Bush Joseph M. Tolbert and John vacant VIOL which we offer for sale. rapidly. *.5 .;.
: Parkhill )had died the Sunday pre W. Tompkins. These lots will enhance in value very % ** -
'britc4: ceding. This 'resolution was offered DADE: James, Wood Davidson. rapidly. These are a safe and profitable ORANGE CRfcyjSv: 1'
1 by Hon..'J. E. Yonge, of Escambia: DUVAL: E. M,. Randall J. C. investment. Price and full information ' No. S83-Twenty.nve-acrefraiice
roW 9ya mak f a specialty of giving practical directions'for''_ who was first :vicepresident.Wm.. Greeley Philip Walter, T. V.. Gibbes to interested parties.No. grove all under good fence. Railroad

.wool!- refem. br' soil' and crops including control of insect and H. Reynolds was secretray.of. the and J. K. Challen. runs through grove; station adding$
a f you are a new settler or if your crops In the convention ESCAMBIA: A.. E. Maxwell J. E. 471-A 20-acre( borne This splen property; good school and church within +..y
'I .tiroublea'Or The journal of the proceedingsshows Yonge W.: A. .Blount and E. Whit- did property lies 3 miles north from quarter mile of property. All crop*
...j : met your expectations. write'us' ,In. I detail that'' the same lack of unity In mire. .. I town. I.pr.ctlcallylevel. nch dark gray that can be grown in Florida do wen on {
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. :... e no\o \t.- u Tundlnj(8.? " '. ." 't.I;, ""' ;'.:4't'' ;. small things prevailed. is u.ualnow FRANKLIN: W. T."Orman, dl,1 soil with fine chocolate subsoil;,16 acres Florida :*. If you desire a home In ,;;

f "our, of'l: ere is a preventative for, almost and shall be until the end of trict, and Henry C. Hicks. cleared and in cultivation the remaining write or call on us quick:, ae ibis a
'''fiv information- which we send out is based on time. The members could not agree GADSDEN:, E. C. Love district 4 acres fenced. covered with a good property win not>on the market lone .
IN Rtmuble. tical experience supplemented by the most upon the election of. a chaplain, .and, John W.; Malone George I. Davis and growth of pine timber with some scatering lit the price named. This property we. s
for several days the question: was Norman T Scott.HAMILTON oak: about U acres of nice young are offering for short time for $12600.; .
scientific s udy.,, Hundreds' of growers are profiting by discussed temporarily laid aside only : Thomas N. Bell, J. thrift grove in bearing< besides a numnr WIn Bell as a whole or divided Into. two,
"' .this servicebut"w want to reach: still greater. number.-The to come up" again. Finally this reso I P. Goodbread and Alexander Zip- of fine Japanese persimmon trees, parts if desired.No :

I l success of the grow ers Ja, the ,foundation, of prosperity.; for the lotion was offered: "Whereas, the perer.HERNANDO. some peaches, mulberries blackberries :!
/entire State,' V present convention: \being composed' ;: A. S. Mann, John two kinds of grapes and a few bananas. 415-Very desirable vacant:'lot' : ',
largely; of members uncontaminated Parsons and J. A. Hendley.HILLSBOROUGH The buildings are comfortable but not containing three acres, lust outside' 1
.; I WILSON & 'OOMER FERTiLiZERCO.:: with pew the 'wiles and manipulations : John T. Lesley of great value consisting or a box oily limits. in West KI..[DIIDeft,. '
of.the members, and politicianswho J.' P.' Wall and S. E. Hope. I house of 5 large room., porch several! place * iitart poultry farm of irwcle,
Manufacturers of \ have .served in former legisla HOLMES: :Wm.,;F. Green,:district.{ outbuildings such as grain! houses; tool lfardeD. Close to churches and school {
: .' and John NeeLJACKSON and wagon sheds, ,stables;.eie. One A bargain *' $176. Let u. ,show ,
I..it t ; ID] AL FERTILIZERS V ] Lures, do not -as yet require the services : : deep artesian well and one surface well. this lot ,Ton. "
ts'f:; .' /JACKSONVILLE. FLA. of; a' chaplain; and to ,.employ : 1T.' '''F. '' 'McClellan; This land adjoins the ,finest : i'No
Thomas E.. Clarke H. orange
'. the Vservices of a chaplain .for .the 'W/. 'Milton, and in the "'
'I ;, J. P.'Coker. grove country growing on the 381-A 20- 'tract "
benefit' of the small -number o&>> .,old same kind of land. All kinds of cre' ooaJ.ed on
JEFFERSON Samuel crops: marl road two miles /
memben-and 'politlcian. in this body ; Pasco from depot on
S or ,' wniilfi KA a "..|... AvnAtifll+:iivtfif t.\*. Wallace S.. Jones; T.' U Clarke, S. J. grow the encouragingly on this land and it,, *t. Cloud road. Property4has good !
I' prettiest place for home
gteJ : a in this house
.-. -' __ __ .- .r ." ." : public money, as they, are certainly -Turnbull, and R/ c. ParkhilL ; ,section of the country. There is a fine and three-acre orange 'aTOvelll Y4{ I
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beyond the present plan of''redemp'tiontherefore LAFAYETTE' : W. 'B. Tedder. district line of of'forest'trees the ou"'ldeof. 1000 KJiPii grove will.y..ld fromV 'j; 95 ,
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be it resolved, that and Paul Hatch.. of oranges each t'year
no the ,
fence with a beautiful ; ;
riraon. palm inside !sum *-l< .
LIBERTY o eat land
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Lewis
} V money shall be appropriated to pay : D. of the yard also cleared, andln
, some thrifty cedar \
,' : ' : ;' for the services*of a chaplain.: This LEON, D. S.i, Walker;;, A., district, trees.-maple., magnoJiu,.Jive oaks and |CU ItIon to increase grove to twelve, '. '
'. .. being plainly facetious another menv S. B. Conover; W. B. Carr.' ,;J; W, several other varieties-.of shade trees or fifteen acres, and at same time call I. V
/'. \ ."" the Mitchell and W. F. Thompson. be yielding any garden truck desired
I ber-offered following resolution I and ornamental ;
shrubbery and flowers.
y'' \s .FLOYD:, ;. . "Resolved that whereas the convention I LEVY: E. J. Lutterloh, J.',F; Marshall We want to Introduce you to the owner' results If 10 search. this sarars that will SJK'
;;without and S. L..Carter. all limes,
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;: j a'chaplaliv-end: that this land and let you buy direct..You
..... ,.. ,{ ' ''' .' .. MARION:-, ''J. D. 'Goss H. extending new grove, 10yee'IKate
''' '.f'' '. < we are'hereby setting la precedent '" W.. can buy it at a bargain and on favorable This this.,, ,
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1, ., \.'., ','>. .I .. .. unheard of In ,legislative or delibera Chandler. and H. E. Miller. terns of payment property. i. convenleo' in tt- .r.nas ..
j 'r r.,'. ),, I. tive' bodies; resolved that, we .pro- MADISON: Angus Patterson, 1 B. , ,rrlce marled road. on I one side. uneynV: 'it ;
ceed'to the election J>. Wadsworth. W. H. Hausman andTheodore No.4 : : $4,200. ,
of
'( : a< chaplain to Twenty acres located in Park. ;
,, a-: 4'1 ."; '.:' '. Se11si . tlie'. be paid a salary such as may be de Randall.' :, Gardens; five* acres in cultivation ten No.:402:Fine 20-acre: '
: '. : ... tided 'upon' by the finance committee MANATEE; John C.: Pelot .' acres fenced, fine V 2-Inch flowing well.. cat6d oranKtlfl' yeJ to
.: Nt/: ; : .." Following this the body went MONROE;; L. W.' Bethel Jeremiah -" This is conceded: to be the best tract in and lnalde city limits cloae to acboo: '. '
' into the election of' a 'chaplain and Fogarty ,*nd?R. A,, Montsal-, Park Gardens owned by.a non-resident of churches; This property consists ,
Ay \: !; Bt : Greribs agreed upon the Rev, A; C. McCants.' vare' who desires to selLu.We, will, furnish:,which forty is &"ff''land, twenty acres of V, 'r" s'
\ NASSAtY: C. ''W ..Lewis ;s. with owner's bearing orange and
: .,. The convention sat 48' days the ; Petty you address and you can,'.fruit trees grape ,..
',-. .. J'fP.:?". .' , and H. CV Baker. ; deal directly with ten acres additional cleared '
him.
I f. r '" 1t" 1'1' ". ,. members receiving $6 per diem for'their 1 The price is attractive 'and JD cultivation "
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.., I deep weU8. "
""' ....... " : .HAY''G: 'IN mo' .. At the conclusion President. Pasco Speer and W. B. Randolph., : part of' -purchase. price. if desired ceUent location where This .bansx;' 'h
... ..r '. . .. was presented a gold watch by the POLKi .(l'C. Wilson, district, and the freedom of you will hay.1 a.:
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-h. : '.j ; : J., .No. 458-Ten: acres ,sdjolnlng country life wlt.b dy. ,
;; I' :,' majority And lion. J.' T.' Lesley; of city 'advantage. .
PUTNAM Possession '
limits
; tlrir' : W.' H. 'Cook Irvine I on the Orlando hard road. ,Land can be aeeureclon ; V VV rd
IA Hillsboroughwas'preUnted,, a hand : -
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1; V . .. . some, walking cane .by the minority Gillis and George. .. Fowler. cleated| fenced;-and ready for the before ::"
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J4 .' n.' ., Hon.'''Syd ,I* .Carter made::.the, presentation -> SANTA ROSA< J., M. Landrum I. fbor.. The elevation ,w part. purchasing, Price. ,9.1iOO. ; term,:
.. speech to Mr., Pasco and R. Robertson and Hannibal V Rowe. citrus fruits. .and .truing. This 1; r
Hon Philip Walter performed the SUMTER: W. A. Hocker, H. H< property win soon be available for res, ,1\1\
honor for
.. ... . The session was studded with' In.c1denta SUWANNEE:., J.. P.. Morgan district rapidly., A bargain at $1200.00.:, \.miles from postofflce, under new 'hog.Vt" i

.? ,, ,,tt"L,. ...CiseoN." .7 iu ourtroaa' /t i4 tarterI of absorbing interest;and M.. M'.. Blackburn and" R.. '' F. ''NoC 469-F1ve'acrei'Insfde:: ; fine proof win fence two-room cottage. _' '
; ."f Ro ere. :., cityclear- artesian: well 'of '
humorou .
........... ''VIo r-w.. many ;passages occurredto water: 2SO feet
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\ '( .- lightenep; the weighty delibera .ST.' JOHN:' .F. B. Genovaf r'; .;John ed; fenced: and Plowed ready for cultl-i, iTPrV between!! live and six' acres" clear-//
./I.: .. tions. Illustrative.of the latter on Westcott and B .F.-OHveros. yation. This tract is near the Anltman' head of poultry and fornitur. in ... '' '?
;: the thirty-first day Mr.;Hendley of TAYLOR: Robert Henderson.' . ; farm on. ,high ground, 11000.00 takes it. the house goes with the place: ; all,for 6.
arose -to 'question- VOLUSIAJ; ,;John D. Broorpe, ,'die- ", $600: terms on part, of purchase ?
Hernandoi av price
located ; V
: V : :K1SSIMMEE( LUMBER ,C.O: rivUe e/and stated that "in the trict, and 'A.'' L'Wellman" / Garden No. 443-Ten all acres' ''in Park', If desired' V I i

,, ; Times-Union of the.HUt:, inst.,1 find WAKULLAt T. F., Swearingen Under good new fence; land i'1' r. 4 5
.'" '; the following word in reference to district, and Amost Hargret . plowed,and fine flowing welL All ready tf No. 4T-.We :hive ,two: V e/ght-room/

.-. a speech made by. myself: 'Although WALTON A. I: McCaskUl: Panel get lay.on 0 We start offer a crop thw'without, any den houses,, suitable for rooming or boarding -
".. several-*ladles were present he quite, and Obadiah Edge.pi'" ? ten acrq with purposes; they have electric ,t'
the above
{ : M, Roofh tad Dressed;:**., WASHINdTON1 improvements for the: tights
McKlnnon. same water
.. forgot'himself and used some Iris !. A.. D. that and.' sewer connections located
fe: !l : J ... .. erent' and profane expressions.'. Mr. .: for this unimproved land is being sold in splendid resident section.: Call on, us; , a
President declaimed .the. member h SSe4.PriCV, and we will show'' them. to' v
on you. ,The .
41r ; f. ] NLIJMB1: 'R'.r.r" "this is false.', In the heat of debate Dart < price.: are: !. reasonable .terms easy, ' '
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I did say .'My God Almlghty.t'based?. _.. fJew, .It USa. '

." ,11" t e'."' .. ," ,, ,'.1,. the expression, 'as,.a public speaker We have several!deairabi.new houses
'iif' f, uses it,,' ''.There. was no..profanity, in under eoastroetioa which! we are offer I H. M. ,1 BREAKER & :GO. .

Ifft the expression, and I meant-none.. If ing tor sale. AlL,of.these, bouae8' are .:
J KjSE'' BILLS A.'SPECIALTYJjft 1 there is a delegate in this convention in desirable locations.., Secure one of : .
f that ''thinks I used'profane or any themfor next winter at a lower ; '
.r 't', price -: 1i
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:Interesting; Possibilities to this. city which. Instance probably I ';""11 -' ", .. _...... _., .. ... .. . . -_ ---
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accounts for: tfce, lasting t
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ofthe Pruitkn6al.Rac;: the'Objects; of the' ;
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,. *association. to centralise
;'.. '..io. .:: tourists in Hendersonville. :ind im CITIZENS:: : ;" BANK

'Gilaon'"'Gardner President'' would mediate yicinityrKISSIMMEC" (l
By' ;' ,be thrown into. the. A .
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Either. :" 'I :
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.Representativess affiliations AT THE ''''
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Marshallmsy be' the next president l congressional ."... .. ....0 ."' t" .. ,J "
of 'directory ,the House' of '. .. If..." .' '.'
.' : the United States.: This is: Representatives FLORIDA) COLLEGES '"
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'not at all aIt Impossible'' outcome of today stands absolutely ,> ; ) "
'f( deadlocked.: The Constitution provides '
the present campaign. A good many that i in voting for President ,NJMBER( "OF--YOU.NG- PEOPLE' KJSSIMMEB: : ;
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outcome< possible.
are Indeed there'Mier' they'must' observe the unit 'rule- .
'' wu .a time when the field of. that'is, vote by states. But the're- WILL MAKE LOCAL REPRESENTATION .r' 11'11 .

political speculation asciriat 'cords show the states' 'to stand 22 ,
(, was so ? Democratic to 22 Republican, with .sTRONG.. . ,- r.
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I M>gi the delegations of the other four

Here are, a few 'of. the theoretical states evenly divided between the More than a'''doxen young'people
a., possibilities; parties. Thus, on the basis ofstate, will leave Klssimmee during the next -1
.r 1. Woodrow Wilson may sweep the votes, the House is .deadlocked. week to take up their studies'! at vari. jj_

'- Theodore overwhelming vote; House May Choose. ous institutions of higher !'learning. ,
2. Roosevelt may sweep The' Constitution provides that the Miss Ann Carson leave; tomorrowto

- .-;-" 'the country .bjr.. ,"an overwhelmingvote .members of the House must choose resume her work at the ColoradoStateCollegeatColorado..3P
; ; --- """ from"'..mo.gthe three- -candidate* -

3. A'div\llon of' the '''progressives having-the highest votes Jn the electoral Her brother, Charles A., Jr., will also
'of the country between Roosevelt and college. So the /Representatives be there for the next term. He remained -
J, Wilson might leave a* winning ma- are' confined in their choice to for the summer camp '.school

Jority. : to Taft.. .(Extremely ,unlikely. Roosevelt, Wilson or Taft. Assuming course and did not come home for the
.) -that''the' deadlock'. remains unbroken vacation.' Miss Ines Carson will attend A
11 ,.- 4. No candidate m.7'get a.major11 between the date of the 'con Columbia College at Lake City,
\ Ity of the votes in the. electoral college vening pf Congress In' December and an. .will' Misses Corinne Gilbert. Ella

and the house of representatives March 4, when Mr. Taft's term, expires 'May Gilbert. Kate O'Berry, Corrie
I will, under the constitution, theoffice would be filled by the Miller and,Mr J, M. Miller. '
have to choose a Presidentwhile the Senate's choice of a Vice-President : Miss Grace Nelson will enter. &enau -
I Senate chooses a Vice President. The Constitution provides ,thrt in at Gainsville Ga. .
6. :The House of Representatives choosing a Vice-president the Senate Misses Alma Grifftn, Phyllis Jar-
: . .ass ayb.d.adlockedandb&unableyocheese shall confine itself to the' two candU roll Marie Bedell;' Mar orie Bearden,
a President.6. .. dates having'the bfghest: 'ii{tho and...Vireinl.Till.ttwUleo.to.-,Talla.
,. .The Senate may be compelled to electoral collen. 'It i. safe, to assume hassee to'attend the Florida State /
\ 'choose between. two candidates for that this would narrow the College for Women. ,
. Vice& President'having "' the highest choice down to Hirom' Johnson 'and Mr.l( Lee Jarrell-- will "continue his
'votes': and:the candidate' so chosen Thomas Marshall, :eliminating Mr. work at the University at Gainsville.
,,4nay thus serve as. President. Sherman. This choice of Vice-Presi 'The Gazette has 'made an effort to, p
May Go T. Congress.It dent' In.the'Senate cannot be' easily get a complete list of those who will
is not at all.unlikely that the determined on lines of'party affilia go away-: to resume or begin college J.
I]three-sided contest will throw the de- tion.. The Democrats: are without a work.* If there are others the' editor
'cision into 'the House of Representa- majority ',in\, the Senate and on the would be glad to have the'roll' made !

s ,:.tIv...": It,, already pretty generally other hand the old-time Republicanslike complete.r :. !
V ..conceded that the race is to be be- Penrose, Gallinger and the rest I
"tween-,Roosevelt and Wilson.' In all would not, be permitted to'"vote. for -. TEACHERREMAINS:

test polls taken Taft' is shown as a Sherman but must,make a choice between . . - .r
very poor third., Roosevelt is obviously Hiram Johnson and the Democratic 'I J
strong in"' the West. Wilson candidate,-ThomaeMarehalL: ---:-
ORGA'NIZE 10'
; may be stronger In' the! East ;than ', Johnson's Chances, ;.c BOARD REFUSES TO RESCIND APRIL t. UIO ; ?

,Roosevelt i If Roosevelt carries practlcally A a T mine' that Johnson 'would, be APPOINTMENT: AT 'CAMP- \
,11 all or\ the States west of the regarded as a Republican, although a ; .. 11
Mississippi and breaks''' even with Progressive and Bull Mooser the Republicans BELL'S STATION; . '.llf ?
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Wilson on the doubtful states of the plus the'1'rogtessive Re ' IA, ''J' To'entrust bankingbusineu rtf'
Middle; ,could elect him. It is ,--- 1'>, : .. .. . your .. .-r: f:1.: .,
West '
leaving Wilson the publians" .; : .f I . . '; :... ," ,';'.'
;..lid South,. withTaft gathering in hardly ,conceivable' that men like The School Board has refused to : . .'. '
to means that will receive .
.' ome' ''of the old-line Republicanstates Lodge and Penrose :could vote for rescind the appointment of Miss Rose .", I \,'t',_ '. us' .. .you, : 'y ..; >\,(': .;. '. ". '"

like Vermont; Rhode, Island.New I a Democrat, Thomas Marshall. On Regero to teach at Campbell's" Sta- '..' consideration, consistent'witk' "\ ... MI': :"''i: J:., "'J. .

Hampshire:'Delaware, Utah andpossibly the .other hand.the special privilege tion school, though a protest was filed '. every. .' '" ,."... .. ." .\
Fork could avoid .l. \'
New 'no Candidate Senators easily the issue against the appointment \. J .
.would nave, a majority In it-he elec.toral I by having enough of their party A counter petition was filed asking good'sound, conservative banking.ARTHUR'fc. .I.i";" : ;';i'
college.' ) J absent themselves to allow the Democrats that Miss Rogers be retained: It is '.i. r .,,{'
Electoral Colleffe. 1 a majority and thus by indirection said that the opposition to Miss Re- ,. . .. ,. "r. ; 1f.'F' '"
The total number of votes, in the''! accomplish the election of Marshall gero exists in the fact that she is of ".': '. ,. . ,,,i j'.:., 1"r'" .
electoral college this year will be 681. who might be more satiefac foreign parentage and Catholic faith. k S", ', 'V ( \ I. V \ 'iY'

'. A majority will be 266. If Taft carries tory .to. big business. than, Hiram She was reared in Kissimmee; how- President : ',Ws: i;; "' 1t'ht ;
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I the above named states, he will Johnson. ever'; and was a student of the Osce- .". '' LON''GAn. ',,f . a >
I have 65 votes in the elettoral col If both Senate and House should ola High School and holds- a certificate 1 I .; .,\' ,."d. w a

lege. -Subtract these. 6jr{ from the remain deadlocked up to March 4, UJ teach. ." I' .' ,ji... l: ;' t'ARTHUR' r
total of 531 and ,there/are left 466 when Mr.Taft will cease to be President The ..ppointment'.' made recently I Directors: .' .

'votes to be divided. between Wilson under the present law the office by the School Board and the school DONECAN, President H.''M. Plan lat Vice Freshest /b> ', .V '
.and Roosevelt. Half, If 46S is 233. would befilled.ad interim by thee ee was opened. It'ls alleged that some ' '. '

J" Thus .if they shouldevenly divide would be filled ad interim by the Secretary of the patrons will not send their S":. .", :,,, C.:w. DANM. tad Vice'President .. . :/r
fir' these rotes neither "Roosevelt nor of State; Philander C, Knox. children .on account-of the reasons VINN ? ,
i Wilson would have thJ necessary ma- until such time as a new election stated, and that these constitute the A. W:, L H. COHOON, F; .W, HILL. c. D:.CARROLL i'r

rjority, 266. Thus tttf election of a could .be held.RESORTERS. petitioners for removal.* -Those who .
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'. are sending their children are- said '. 1\ .

I to be ple&sed and are those who petitioned Vans'Agnew. ,&:.Crawford, Attorae,. eau.pos. the title bail real estate ..fauaajKissimmee }
LANS' the School Board for the're- '
OR fOR FORM
If :; ., I tention.,of five names on the petition' retain
: "WATfRROUlft : FLORIDA CLUB and'.nine'on the petition to remove. t
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No cause was assigned in the. petition V e
d"t iriW.-br'' .. for removal. Auto Garage: and Machine : for .SsluSplendid' "

;rW N 1r TO'' 'BE-: CONSTRUCTED HENDERSONVILLE THE SCENE Company has"accepted the agency forth .

< AN COATEO1ONSUE Cartercar .one of the most wonderfur .of maresband'vV 6*,
.t FROM THAT CITY .CONNECT- OF INTERESTING OR. team ;
.' -cars of the age, and will in a few years old, well broke, kind and gentle;
F ING itCIiAIN OF. LAKES. GANIZATION.. -: ', '. MEANS LAZY LIVER day. have' a shipment''of these 'cars 'on aiao Wagon and double harness' Enquire

,, ., hand, which they will take pleasure !Jn of Nelson Realty. Company, John Auto
The Hendersonville; N. C. Heraldof -. H.'Payn.. 25-tf
Since Orlando (Capitalists got together showing to all. 15-tf i

for the purpose of digging a last week contains the following A LAZY LIVER NEEDS A DOSE .. . ':
article of interest to Floridians --- -- -- - "
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canal from Orlando to Lake Jesup .
te the: north and building an ;electric home: .::. ': ; ,. I 'OF DODSON'S' LIVER, ,TONE.; Or hr. year toe b6._ j .'/
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"Florida-Day" at Laurel park Monday GUARANTEED '
line' from Orlando Kissimmee in TO TAKE \ 1 t ;
order to open a cheap means of transportation was a decided success, resulting ;
in the permanent organization of the .PLACE OF. CALOMEL
all the way from Jacksonville 6 RepairGRIFf7AT5
to ;;Kissimmee, there has been Florida association by the hundredsof :c" ,i'' ; : r
'much discussion of the projectIn Floridians who are now summering { '
an1 Interview'published Jn the In this section.Following' : . . 'When -yourdoctor looks, to He /lit TURPENTINE BUSINESS '
your tongue is coated, he is trying to C. "
Orlando Reporter-Star; James L. are' the,, officers\ of, the ,
of association find out if your liver is working prop- :, .
Giles, president the company, says, -' "
Wofford erly. A few doctors had
"We Captain J.v W. of HendcrBonvUle years ago
things
among'other, purpose
to prescribe calomel_there noth .. '
president Jackson of was ,
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'to 'go ahead and get contracts .with .
ing-else to give. FOR SALE
the.merchants, through which a giv- Bronson, .Fla,, vice-president; Charles '' ,
E.Moore,' St. Petersburg,'. Recently in man* sections: of ''the
bu.ine..wiU. be secretary GARAGBBUCKELS
ea amount of guaranteed ,' . ..
country Dodson's Liver Tone has
and i,treasurer., : .
to' the new for a '
'company practically taken'.the, of calomel ...... ._.
term off,' years., :On ,-thatbaelehabonds'to This was the first "Florida Day, place. 4 h f.
float' the venture I ican be ever hel 'lit" HenderaonTflle and the as a liver remedy. Dodson's ,
popularity of', the movement to form and harmless, --which makes-lt'a fine ,
,c 'sold., Frankly, I do' not anticipate <
that we.will have difficulty in.se- a'permanent organization is .evi medicine for use when'your' 'children i E fee :- , .," k
any the denced by the' fact, that approximately become bilious and constipated. But .' 15,000 Acres Laad and Timber( U sistplc .
from .
t e pie. patronage The carnal.plus the railroad local/peo-,spur 600 Floridians have register the son's most Liver remarkable Tone is the feature fact that of Dod the >: 3,000'Aare*'Round Timber:: ;. :j :,., I.),:'",. ;,'.-,. ' . : ;: :
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ed at the office of Smith, Shipman 4 I
'" ,will make" lor of a' Orlando portion a distributing of South Justice, where the..redster.been. Kissimmee Drug ,Co., who -..11'' it, 70,000'Oai;Tear,Boxes, -"">V-n'-v'1; ( : ;; "j'. I ( ,
great
JIOlnt' ,
' guarantees it absolutely. Tfle1 druggist .. .,140,000 Two Year IJ : ,'; ,
open-for about 'week.' Boxes ''f ,' CBbMIcId1
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:Florida, and I feel assuredthe, people 'will return without ,., ,. . ,., ,
The day was pleasantly'spent 'at your money I'
< realise sufficiently the, benefits Tbree Year Boxes "
V fT'.ul to' be derived to.give ;it',their hearty the park and a number of interesting argument if a bottle"falls to give entire 85,000 i'f'...)..".. ." ., ., ." :
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''We',, have nine- addresses were mode by. Hendersonville satisfaction. .' 24,000 Fartear Boxes, /-i .. y<. ;
planned a1
'support.canal which would be people and Florida visitors. Price 60 cents;; ., We auggest that ...... ftftft : -t ., 'r. '", ,.'I, '. ,. i'Best.. P :
deep Fire Boles
Year
foot I ". '
f The welcome address was made by you get"a bottle today and have it :-U. \ ,. ': : .
easilyto accommodate the ..
enough qFrOR'
ready for the next, memberof ; : .
Clyde 'line steamboats now plyincI Mayor R..1L Staton, the response being your ,. ; .I\ ... . .
i. .; I .'the'St'.. John. river.., So far as we given by.J., R.. Hill. ,'of Daytona, family 'whose.-..._liver goes wrong.,( SOStanlks ... .t I.t". ".,. :s. A .
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I." know, now there will be six or seven Fla.. .-Ateonj other' speakers.wereDr. Ltysoa.Next '. Meeting. : 41'' 4 DweHiaf> +, ' : : .
t: 'k locks.?', From an engineering point of John E. Ennls. of St Petersburg, Layman's ?meeting ; will. be '.1 -oar IIILL'Stifl asjd Fiitares'",\WI.'c'.! %/> '" ,, .
who Is credit i ,
given for ,
"' view the! canal Is entirely practicable, promoting held at the Presbyterian church Sun- :: t / ... :: I' '.'
that the Water "Florida Day and who' is widely and ".11,.---p- Bolei .: < "
for.the reason supplyis day afternoon at 8:30.led by Rev. ;J'- ''* LAN"
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}:; ample and.there' are' no obstacles favorably' known for his philanthropic J.. W. McPhatter. All.mell"andbo7.t .1 Caper Step sad T..1i l l8Mol .u j.P'4i. \ ,(/: ..;1 I
work inr Florida . OIA11A
!i:, I to' speak of. The distance the-canal ,; tmon.c'.manrln- cordially invited.'AL.S. .- : ] ' ; ., "'.. .. .GROW1NC t"r
teresting-things; : ( 1 ;will.be. dug will be about< fifteen .,maintain'U5 trotohm : ; .. .Nelsoiv,Chairman.Might' ,. \ i
I miles"- Floridians would .,3 a.ne.'. ..<'",-!:,; ,," ; / :Th.u k' .Me.dUloV.Vista
The' proposed route is: From in the Patton Memorial hospital to ;.
I''V oi; Lak. Mann (west.of town,".near Dr. be erected at''an early, ,date, in Hon- ; .Have I Known .It 3 Wafoai and. Hara s' "'' : '

;. Phillips" grow) ,to Spring lake, dersonville... \ A .New.Yorker'suferit from stom-;' 3 Sadies aad Bridles ?1.; ,' anlkMl:9el.s I

,V",' through-Lakes Adair, Concord,;Ivan'hoe. Dr.Ennis'was'warm: '' Id 'his,praiseof .ch .trouble' was put.under.Q-' X-I'Q' ,2 Coavaissams Stock.il Coedsffi r
.Formosa and the' Winter Park the. of Hendersonville '' .
s
11:<0' press 'de and learned that be had swallowed bis : .r ,
:: 'chain;" nleluding. Rowena, Sue,> Vi*. daring that It had been'un.tinted in false teeth.' Tbe"thumpmight'; have-" .3 7ekpianee ".ad: M3i:el Ware;" IIefet ...+.Mtbit j

'i g1nice;' Osceola,:thus into, Lake.Ma1t' its support of ,the ; "Florida Day" known It .from the coawtnjt.pala' firhie .. .. e/ptMt; dar.q
t': I landand'ILake( Howell. lrom Lake movement, 'In''point'.of'' .1. '-. '
newspaperpublicity
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iJ-: Howell i the. descent into 'Lake Jesup and reasonable rates in furnishing . stomach.; , w'r' :.: Joc.tioea ala! mum Bni.1 .the A. ..C: L:. t. .,. s.--\. \ ,"'* ., ,-..-;;' :. d

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; MEMBERS 'OF THE need of the lake> fruit 'and'here's; that. he the city council, jANYHOW. -.
-i I IIR1U Valley Gazette AN OPEN LETTER TO THE GOVERNOR AND, hoping' can get The editor ,of the Sfc' OfcMI .'."" j...
LEGISLATURE. sufficiently interested to investigate. the project. Here in'Sandford/the Herald bune ,iinarmara: "It doM,hurt our I
has thought the object time'and. again Wcj- have ne been feelings a little to have MUM one always :
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HARRIS, Publisher.Editor. Gentlemen:' Recent events involving matters of'f great moment to Lire \ (taken 'seriously, ene gh in the Matter for the councilo: ( take any'action toward ; work.. 'trying Occasionally to pick. a flaws'name: ,whip i or, our\a, I

..C k ]laK Sule 'of f EloridV have occurred 'which m.lte'the' call for' an extrt session.' : even' making 'a survey and .getting figures. on the construction of word is misspelled, ''or;\, a' word left: k l!

SHED 'EVERT FRIDAY more; 'important and.propitious. than, .the matter which urged that call.The 1, 'such a bulk head, 'The present city'council have promised to look into the out intentional.and some And folk''now act and, a. if then It' our WM 1 1 1

1 i 3 ,In""Valley,Gazette Building drainage of?the Everglades is a project to which the State it!: matter but none of them have ever, been; discovered in such ,a p .ibOll. opinion of hings may not agree, with

/FLORIDA.OSCEOLA' COUNTY. j_, 1 committed. For sate :of Convenience! in expression, it .y1M regarded as What a shame that two such flourishing' cities are' handicapped in a mat. be yours.unimportant The difference, but we t however get turn-may the j

an established policy. There can te) little doubt that there aril those who ter that would mean so much to b 'lh. There are no cities in interior Florida neck' just the same.' Really, don't It

r' *' BTJIKSCUIPTION RATES. ,would be glad to see this great enterprise-abandoned, but while.it is morally so rich in loc.tion..o rich in,lands i and so rich in possibilities and'yet hurt your feelings to have when you work 1 do,, thebest ... "j
4 t r' One\corfly\ ion.> year i.v.,.. -..it.60 certain that such sentiment ii held there will be none to openly 'advocate who thousands of dollars you can: !' ...your denounced
the ? Welliwe ;
C s ;w c4y/sizmnoths; > ,.,...... .75 a very business, men would not hesitate to put out honest. about ,
-kf it.. The .covert'oppositioniis prompted by. selfishness and need not personal .propositions that would promise one-tenth the return It, anyhow. .
a p. One copythree+ months ..... .40 ; upon ,, not How'unappreciative'' come people" ','
'1 i-'j, 'AHi i3 communications, except from be considered except'' in' exercising all vigilance, to ;checkmate every: ,development 'will: haggle over the subject' of dockage and a lake front.What must be, to brine forth .a wail like \

rye ixf.r our-Sfuthorited correspondents, mus which tends to reflect upon. the reputation of, the State and the: is the' answer)' this from the Tnbune. That paper r'
rtj ? '- -eftgmd-byithe Writer, ,, of the administration ... ? : officials is the best in the State with the opportunity :
.honor the .
"Nothing but a commission form of government where' for making, a paper con, ".
4n matter will not be reunlesscalled 'The antagonism which has resulted in the resignation of.the. chief would not have their personal prejudice and personal affairs interfere gidered a)ong '-with the product.; ;:.

v for. .t ; drainage engineer is a 'ieriousblow. to the drainage project. It need,not' be with the business of the city and large projects like the above that promisesuch God Don't loves be discouraged you and .you Old can:Chappie-.sit on; '\."
f T$ri tithe Postoffice in Kisas aiped whether the against the chief engineer were war hand. :;-
r a.K. aeaond-class. now charges' ... large returns would be handled in a business manner. your
.! J ; : i : -r.nrhth r, he was the victim of conspiracy: >> orlcircumstanee.: This > -- --- .IJL.1.
Camp Fire Girls. .
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li,' .Jtff FRIDAY 8EPT. g.' lg1L_ enterprise is greater than any individual; it is indissolubly identified with CHIEF' DRAINAGE ENGINEER GIVES REASONS FOR RESIGNATION. The Camp Fire Girls ,were "organs .
the State of* Florida. Every man to whom is delegated the power' to con- -- bed Friday ,August 24; at the home .'.

"every J ian' Who Voted tribute in any wise to its success should exercise that power broadly. .and Chief Drainage Engineer J.; O. Wright{ has resigned. asking the Trustees of electedwere Mrs. J.ll..: Roberson.President. The,. Kathleen officers' .,'

.7 ,in the Democratic'Pri- with a high tense of ,responsibility.A of the'''Internal Improvement fund to relieve him as soon as possible. I Bearden; treasurer, Mattie Belle .

' ,, maries Is Pledged to crisis has been reached in the.' progress of the drainage project. The Trustees have set September 30 as the date upon which the resignation I Winn Harris: ;corresponding, recording secretary secretary,' Mildred, Lillian . ,'..jt.:;

'' Vote 'This Attacks made 'upon the enterprise and the subsequent investigation by a is to become effective.. Engineer Wright's resignation follows: Prentis. There were 12 present
Ticket
,at that meeting. Mrs.. G. T..
have aroused distrust in the of the Tallahassee Fla.. September 2nd. 1912 at Gaines 'y
; 'the' General Election committee of Congress so success: system is in charge of the devotional part of j"
pursued and the value of the lands 'to be reclaimed that the State is 'Trustees of the Internal Improvemen Fund. the movement. '. ", I

/, 4; in ;November.Iton .- + Hiving difficulty in-'financing.the,.cost of Undertakings: - -_ _-"_ "C tIemen; When I ,made a report' on the drainage of the Evergladesfour the The home next of.meetirig Mrs. Roberson.'' will be"on held,, Sat.at '!I'. '*"

j r Y l.YS Sr The Governor is well advised of this condition, and no one is tatter t- yen ago I was fully convinced to the featibility of their 'drainageand urday September 14, at a:8a: p. m. "',*"

:.. of the Internal Improvement the value of the 'land'when 'drained. I have Changed opinionon Wednesday afternoon the Camp ,.""
my
't . I ilkinocratic I Ticket aware of the present' troubles .that the Trustees Fire Girls chaperoned by Mrs,", Rob' '
S Fund have had to combat and no one'can be more intimately this' subject: erson enjoyed an outing on the lake '1'.

rt i i"; i fAWdl17R.E.rDONEGAN..'State-Senator.) cognizant of the effect that all this turmoil is. likely to have on the plans "When I accepted: the position of chief drainage engineer two and and Kissimmee'up Shingle Terrace.Creek This in the was launch their :. .''.

1 r aI? I Representative, for the future than he. one-half ye.n'aIO' I thought the matter had been divorced from politics I initial camp. The feature of these

r *4 ; (CLAY STANFORD., Active drainage operations cannot stop for a day. To retain the public and was to be carried on as a business proposition. In this I was mistaken. over camps a is regular'the cooking camp) of fire the done supper by ''

i ; 4' fIt Coonty Judge, confidence; to replant faith where it has been assailed to build up During the last six months the Everglades has been the principal' issue in the girls themselves.The ._ .\
'+ 'rfM.MURPHY.: for a most bitter and acrimonious political campaign. / whole party finished the day .
.," trust where, it has been all but destroyed, the Trustees mutt not want with a visit to the Pastime theater. .'
t1 4 roseonsing Attorney, funds with which to continue the ;work. "It has been the subject of criticism and misrepresentation by the J.

; +H, D.'GEIGER.Sheriff. This is all so patent that it does not seem necessary to stress it. public press. It has'been criticised by engineers and public men who haveno While we Thank were absent Yon. on vacationthe

'' i 1L.11.1 INGRAM. The 'purpose of this communication is to make a suggestion; one interest in the work and who have never seen the Everglades. This tirade Aid Society had the doors and ,
'drool of abuse and misrepresentation has placed the entire project and windows of the Presbyterian manse
S y' t Clerk, which is commended to your careful consideration; one which springs every screened. Now flies and mosquitos '
41.!L.'OVEB3TJIEET. from a desire to 'see the honor of the State saved from the smirch of unworthy one connected with it in a false light. must stay out.
L:4: 1'' ;# h Tax( Collector, "It has created dissatisfaction the purchasers of Everglade We had just arrived at home when ',
that this
( t.. S r C.IL. BANDY assault; on'e which bears with it the earnest hope giant among many members of the church began coming u
TTaxAssessor, undertaking shall be carried to speedy and creditable completion. lands. It has destroyed the confidence of the public in the project to I in, each with one or two hands '

W.:.Li BARBER. such an extent that the future of the work is jeopardized. In the face of full-eggs, bread butter, pie, cake, ",

k ntnd.ntof'PubBc, Instruction, Governor this 'opposition I have labored earnestly and conscientiously to promote the I And jelly now etc.a fine We large had a roll good of matting supper. 1'"

'' + i2* W. J.-SEARS.. Senate jointly to investigate the drainage laws of other States with espec- reclamation of the Everglades advance the interest of ,the work and refute has arrived for the front room. '
., rh s Treasurer, I For the gifts and the hearty good 1 :.
4 I these misrepresentations. But finding it impossible the results desired
the financial of each. ,
> : ,* B.lL.t LUFFER. ial diligence looking into problem will, we thank you.
: S, ; I wish to be relieved of the duties of chief drainage as'l SNYDER AND FAMILY. 4
:1-..' Surveyor, This committee should be composed of hold-over members of both engineer as soon 8,8.,
S ::4i a car y };J + iRJlMLUDLAM.cotmry.COMMISSIONERS.. branches of the Legislature, with the purpose that the committee which you can secure some one to take the position and he can become acquainted .
with the derails, of the work so as to it on without interruption 011 From Grape Stones.Orape }" r
shall conduct its investigations between the sitting pf' the extra session carry (stones yield an oil similar :'
+ or loss to' the State.: .
k and the meeting of the next Legislature shall make recommendations for to those of the olive. They are used In
District Nee, 1, "I 1 therefore tender this my resignation to take effect as soon as such Italy In the manufacture of and
x soap
the furtherance of the project'to accord with its findings.
IE.'L.'LESLEY. change can conveniently be'arranged. .
5 for lubricating and lighting. France
_ District Ncv 2. This committee should proceed with the definite purpose of devisingand Respectfully: submitted."J. I alone It Is"estimated, could yield from
'KAYMONDiLANIER.district working out a plan 'of finance that will place the drainage project O. WRIGHT. 8.000.000 ,to 0,000.000 gallon of this

: No. 3, beyond the influence of political maneuvering or manipulation; to 'put "Chief Drainage Engineer." oil per ann*.
i : + .
r A. F. BASS.Q it on a firm basis insure its completion and at the same time leave the
iDislnct No.44, 1
P Q /O.IR..BASS.UlstricCNo. public land free to be disposed of at the best possible figure after (and -I -

6. not. before) its reclamation. '

i i I7RANKWALKEiL; The Everglades drainage project is the largest enterprise of its kindin '

,. '-. u progress. There'are many smaller enterprises of its kind that are being
NTY CHOOLiBOARD.OistrictJ Store' D
o, directed under State and corporate! control. There i is an undertaking of tliia.chi.cter.'in DA anus Department ,
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W, C...JIJetDfo.2.. a our own State.financed by private capital. The development ..r

v D ..k .of this particular property has attracted wide no'tice. and the plan employed ,

'.,OVERSTOEET. 'Would come properly under the scope of the proposed inquiry. .r" .'. : ) w. .

leS, District No. 8, The committee should be given all the IIeceS"ry'power.. to pursue the in ...N. \, , ': .. '. .;, ., . ;, .. .
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k W. W. CHANDLER. ..tsl"; .
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: vestigation 'so that'it would be, unhampered arriving at definite and r ... ..\' ""Z;,"""-I';'' .' ''. t; '. : \ ,
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conclusions.. N "
helpful.
: JLI.1 'S 4 'A' KISSIMMEE INSTITUTION. This, gentlemen, is in brief. the plane The suggestion is intended to 'NS

4 v !*:The' CttUena'. Bank irf l.tcblJlm.. be helpful an din no wise obtrusive. It is not intended to exaggerate,the S "
', { mee has offered to buy 'the-entire -
{ t ,. Issue of $60 000 in general necessity for some such action. Rather it. is the purpose of this journalto JUST RECEIVED

Y j v notes to be S..u/;/ by the City of aid in bringing to the attention of those Who have the authority to act .
1s. , Kissimmee for\ public 1 improveTn r
I di . appreciation the gravity of. the situation which might be
;r nts. Theo r has been 'ac, ,some overlooked .
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1 ,' a 'c&ted and It is'likely that 'noth'Mfr in:the; rush :and excitement more. popular .but less' important't "
I 7 will. occur to prevent Hhe "M *' D full line of. 'D"
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r:1 4 5;; r pe.:from being :made ftnaL' tit ; things, jj t, .. ; ,
; P''r'' Liss. i. MA. source of satisfaction thatae I ",
i J We ask thoughtful consideration. I'
' .' red,financial to handle institution a transaction la pro your: '., -.v, .... . './ E, ". .- -,- .' "E' zJ

.. ..., vSM>" 'considerable proportions,, .' KISSIMMEE'S GREATEST.. ASSET-,-THE LAKE; REALIZE ON IT'BY 'I
f 4 t\m-fosters -a, proper alt'I'the ; BUILDING CITY DOCKS THAT WILL',DESERVE. 1 THE .,NAME. c.. P:. American Lady Corsets
iy ..: MSMewardshlp Gf local public sf'i n
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s"" 'r r: ', auataina' encourages pride in the. town. ;The members the' Kissimmee: ,City, Council ,are: not'barnacles; l!itjiey 'P'A'

} + , r..., .,.". ..... do .not' cling. .to waterlogged. surfaces., :, ', On the conrtary, they 'are' aliye in' .A. ;.i.. f\i\' . \\1
I, r"'" \'1:. ;; "", "la Wheeler Wilcox Aid ',Harry die'best sense when it comes 'to doing" things. for .the well being and. ad-. .. "
.' ." }; :r. J d .'apostrophizing, The Bed.. placement of Kissimmee.. i' ::. ; I, ,I all, the Latest ,stylesprice . .R.
d: t'I. affusion is a paraphrase : : ,,"i' .... r to .
.. 'The'Gazette has:consistendyurged the/'attention of ounQ1.ito the .
, .., t'' "f ,Gay de Maupaseant's classic on : I. .., "
I, .r .trablect.. Harry's is his own: question;of,building city docks.: The members of.Council have considered'the T, ,' .1""" 'jji ..'-':: ,, from 50'I I ,

rrrr .,:"'" t'does'. .r+;follows.. not.,*!-alw.1'. lead. but be gSsetionthey t ; realize, the.need;'' they haven't' had the best'opportunity . 1" < : ... T'M'
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"I, "T. i'' "/Vo(act ,but:'now'they have: .the'chance to take the" .M' : '. J. ' : '. : '
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demands construction of \ I ,
The than'pier. The 'mere '
1 f has'turned up again, this time ardor more a " . ,
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1 ., $1.f .).:. --t City ,He Is a clerk |In a rack- pier for; boits'toland at will not'be sufficient -The; need i.lor 'a I dock, Elf'j J" ,.1 , : .I';'" ' : ....
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,' 1"and phaJ'fully'.napped ,averat' { boats and Several members of the I.I. *; : 'l. ,E.'FN
with booths for, launches. Council I , '
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the ' : v.v. '
lady-cashier. Thewa i \;, .: also'a' choice line ; :. .. .:
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W It --\- fortnaately turned by a have"launches;' what, places have they to care for n.a.'they'.hould be? ... ., : \ kI
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I, t'a; ave.clerk which was''the awfully'cashier,!sorry wore..,, What:, 'berthing\ : {is afforded. for' the1 craft"of.other, owners -..< N' -"' .. .'. ":i. '. .," 1 *\ . .*" '-I'i':: { '', :''

'i '- reel and will.JII ..I'd.J, ft.again The'Council 'cannot afford tobe, ,selfish: or'narrow., This is'a' prosrea.i -. (' N ; '

:; .!c sire; 'administration i ;' let the'present board add to' its commendable )ist(of I II ::, DBvoBrassiereZ : '< \.,' ,
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'. Tampa Times ha* waked .up ': / :
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t I .....Wright: investigation. it public: improvements this the most" "to be desired of any"' -a" city, dock that I .. i ,.I. 4i

am.l the on opinion the right'tbatIh.side. The;Trusses Times 'deserves, th 'name.'r ' .: , '' -' '-f,i .. : "7.' ,, ',', ""' .,.',',. '

"' ; Internal Improvement Fund .From. the. 'Sandforct. Herald comet the. following 1 .showing. 'that. ,' '.i.he .. ',- '. \
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ty ;of, a '*publlc'.be damned" to.Kissimmee3 . -.. ,' V 1 .' ." ,. ..
(eyes of other towns,are.,looking! i ,;. '
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h\ regard to the sifting of the ; ,
L '.against the chief, drainage "ThaKiuimisceCraetteu.der; th,)'able': handof Joe Hugh. lkeese'ismaking .. i' ' : ': : ' : : ::5'
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j. Jt4 rIt may,be that this I. thertnlng a' valiant, 'fight; (or city docks and >n improved:lake! 'front and in' r ;' : .- ; ,, '' '. <. ,, :' .r'
i of he attitude taken T '
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.r t srd, .but at heart the 'trustees are thii fight:should receiv..thc.'aid and 'co-operation of. every. 'p'rogre..ive', it'Zen' ". ," " ;, ".,.' 'J\I'I'''" .T'' '
r, r :) t ,ao'dUpoaed.* The : :,' .: 't' "" 'w.," :'. ,
position .
w > they of Kissimmee:,, : t.: f._" :: ,
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a ave_ as ..ra unfortan- t"The I. y ,
U;* sumedlibe how by .thee : .,: position of.Kissimroee. :and" .,Sandford is: analogous. -Both cities. O ..4 i ,", .1" '.' ",1. ' : ', c .I" 'I I5.l10c .0' '
and the drainage pro eet',will 'built the 'shoresof beautiful lake and both' cities havean : ,' .' '. ,' ,
'1 1 -are upon a out '.., .. .... ,..) :
-. .a;. ...'from. :'' it3I let to the sea.,. .Sandford. of ,course' ; rat ,the {present:;'time; *', has,.deep- water; R :
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v' Tampa Tribune i The Kissimmeepaxette .,5, for the,Clyde Line; vessels,. and 'Kissimmee hopes to have:a better channel '-- open about Sept. 15
has received i its linotype ,
*. and. not ; Gulf but ', future time -waterways'of' that': E .. .! .
'ftsr fear someone may b. disposed to only'tothe' at some Region : . ; t' _
.' i,,' "t. the fact printss, five lines of 'may be ,J tapped'to'' give an'outlet' 'to the Atlantis But" ipeakingotthe : ., E'

$}-"giuine' rial Merganthaler paragraphs. Now among listen for Its ', present both cities 'are lying ,dormant: and 'basking' :in. ; the'\ Florida . :

>' 7 i mean/eOow.to..remark that the 'sunshine. well .satisfied to' take hfeundl!, industry"as it'offered and neither I .. \ ;

tS. ,tI;,a.at'or.therh.Paragrapb 1s:,ty,.inteUigibl. asS city taking advantage of .the ,opportunity: ''only;;to have better docking: ry

'S $ #. 1 .i ..8L'ARecord. / ''shrdln vbg 'facilities*but the grand and J' vital .opportunity to 'bulkhead the :J lake.,frontsthat '
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i .tfe EtA.v .I teaoni cmfwy.hrdl vbjrkq,cmwfgbvy xtflfl xtfiflrt aot ,,(:sister,cities.,:of. !Florida 'would'; '\g+thousands,; of"dollars to possess, DANN'S:: DEPARTMENT

r ; , .4TAOI'. altIPf m' ;,toMee'Valley xzfifl" vbg em.fw..hrd&Gazette.' .arid 'cowa;:themselves. lucky indeed: for. the possession and.the,'"opportunityof '. STORE !
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a gGgvlg.to the beat or t*' the Bull : beautifying! i such a beautiful expanse of water* .. ,
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I',\ '{ ''111i *i1s.1ma. :Yalteu Gazette, \Rub-MyTlin'ww'curw. yo L:.21-18t ::Mia* 'MittA.6.od;jretomed' 'home Frank 'Walker,who. 'received i the ". 'much-.of-',which. ...."as ''a1 ,........ :-:- NOTICIL-

this week from' an. extended. trip nomination for County. Commissioner eIIapoMd of, to adIDaJ ........
,TRI.RPMONN $O:11.PUBUeHED'EVE1 .' ", Mrs. Tho..YanDazer' and'' her through the.'',But, havta visitedWashkigtoo from Bassenger. district at the late 111........ ChamsJIn and McCarthy..... To' ,- My' Finer. Oaeta .ltd y' f
bright little grand-daughter Leonora ,..Btoltiinore'BWfo, JNIgara primaries, was in the city stew days experienced farmers and stedtine ':Frfatdai1
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.YI FRIDAY returned'' last week ,from Arkansas, Falls, '--Toronto Canada. aadther __s'week. and stated to a representative ; and win engage in'that bttsfaeMat*) "- have purchased the d A.
J.," a. --1'-: G""' where they have been visiting,, .relatives cities of'.interest., On'her, I'f'i of the Valley;, Gasette that.hisseetlon their'' property M soon as they an B.:' .A- esaa In ,tire 0,. '
.. '.." d"<,(al.'.'"':HA....._" . ,for'some time.. 'V turn '//she spent two weeks in New of the. county' was'enjoying wind up ',tt>eir. business affairs...,at <....,...D aad., have agate. J
York City, where aha '...eeteci her usual prosperity' and 'the county their- former:: homes ,charm. ., tha txnineee.I .
Miss Mary. Jefferson, accompanied'by all andwinter settled up by.a.very desirable'' class .wtoh to tlHtak;all patrons of th*
.. her friend Miss Mary Tayloryat* m llineryyetock.a'Thi 1 around Bassenger was rapidly being ";Th_ Osceola Pharmacy Is being im mBffertth.'p; ..*tevors and seiicrtcontiDuanca a

r rived in the city Tu.ada'frolD aarY thoroughbred mare,,'Casle'' E. of farmers,, and, stock men from.. : the provedby having a tile flooring put of their. patronage. All
Weather Report 'I leston, S. c., on a visit to.her mother. J., brought here fromIndiana about West.E. .-' 1. In; The name of the place has been orders ,wrfU have:,my personal attest
Mrs. .D. M. Breaker,' a i year ago by Mr.' F.' Lembeck and worked in effective mosaic pattern at to please you, '
ateraold: to Mr C.' E. Swope, hasbeenipurchasedr 8.Hall and wife, of Urbana,.I1U the the careful: and tion and t will UN asdeavbra
Following"are the dally tern* N., L.. Edwards, a< prominent st: by.,,Mach-Bros. This reached, the city Friday of last week, pleasing' work of 'the artisans extends 37-lt W. M. FI_! ...
and Cloud merchant, passed through the mare is considered the speediest'ani after, a tour of the principal places the. lengthof the store. The I will ,carry a large eeck -C "'
peratures precipitation as city Monday route to Jacksonville, maths' ,the State and it:'is, probable with our climate, our people and our Osceola will be one of the cleanest class lumber. and.'my. .prices ',will kright. .. '
I reported by the Government where he was called to attend to. important her new owners a'handsome Ogre In' the state and are' ,so delighted and the most attractive of stores : z
''Station at Kissimmee for th., business1 matters ,, to have her listed in their-string.! beautiful streets that it is more than when the work is completed.. > .

week ending,Sept. 6, 19 2.'I If- we Intend to bold a'''Trade probable they will make* Kissimmee On last' :-
Day A. W.' Wlnn and' family returned their permanent home. Mr. Hall Sunday part composed of
in October it.is. necessary'to, begin to the, city: Monday from Henderson, stated that to his mind this city presented J.. WrMilUr, 'J.' ..'Griffin, R. P. Hansen H.of1
I."s Will. era active work at, once. That question ville, N.' C., where they spent the more opportunities and possessed and W. B.' Harris,.'of Kissimmee., Park : L LB'way

Friday, ,,.1. ,,".., 95' 72 ,4. will be discussed at the Board of summer months.. Mr\:,, Winn has not more advantages, to both and S. S. Griffin, of Orlando,.rootor d .
Saturday*.:,... 9'1'72 -. Trade: meting Mondayi,night. been actively' engaged in' business homeseeker. and investor than anyplace out to Windermere and spent the " i '
ince' he sold ,the iee. plant at this be visited and predicted a won- day< looking over the splendid country I and DakinTUOR017GHLY,_ .. . . .
Sunday... ...,.*. 97.t .65 Little Miss Madl!'. Riv.n, thewin- people
--JI .. .. .. PC 73 4.. 'soTOe"dsuKhler Of Dr.her and Mrs. F.with M. -that it will before he is from the ..West.D. J. G., Palmer of p>e Windermere Ira. OVERHAULIDAND '*"' i'::'

'Tuesday.;,;\,.. '96 78 ,.10 Rivers celebrated birthday again In harness, as this loafing provement Compan"kindly took the RENOVATED FOR tBM 1 .
a party, which was attended' by a his .' S. Champlain of Elk Point S. in hind and showed th.m
Wednesday. 95 ,73 ,10'' business gets .on ,nerves. party over - .
?. number ..of"her little playmates, Dak., and p. McCarthy: ,, of Spauld- the many improvements being made FALL ANDrWINTER'TRA .. .. .
Thursday .i.uvj\ t,93 73 .63 I Sid Pearcerepresenting' the '''Bas MissPhyllis' Jarrell entertained her Ing, Neb., have purchased ten sections by.his company' On the !-home :: '. .... 1
.. district onthe', Board of Sundya School class'Thursday' after of land from the Hunter Land the party stopped for a visa with :' : 00 :
_. senger noon. The children spent a famous CoThe land is situated on the Capt. J. E. Moseley. at his palatial RATES a ::1!' $I. ; A'IMY.. :.
) : w-v. city County Comml..loner.t attend the was in the time playing games-and partaking prairie in the,iower part'' of .the home in Gotha. This is one of the . ,' 1"" "" ; 'U
Monday to
,""" Board.B. regularmonthly of the 'refreshments which their county, and is a part of the tractof best fruit and -vegetable sections of ROSE; 'Proprietor.' by ' '
.' meeting, .of .th., teacher had provided. Miss Jarrell one' hundred thousand acres'the Florida and is bound to. develop ,A. ; ?

i .. Doolittle of St. Cloud' w. In leaves early next week for Tallahas- company purchased'about two years .rapidly., THE: LOCAL the city Monday for a few. hours, see,when she will enter the Florida ..,l,
flfLDoi State. College for Women, and this .. .
leaving on the evening train for St. -- .. ' ::.. ,
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Augustine, where he will!remain un. was her farewell party' to'- her- -Sun""" : ;

er w.+ Krw rw.NN l44# til the latterparEof: .the .month" .day'' School pupU.----:

. Miss Alma Griffin, teacher' of
ard'of" primary class in the Methodist Sun. his county, spent the' week end at
B Trade Monday night day school entertained the little tot iassenger, returning1 here Monday.H. ,
that while there'he 'made
Ru -My-TI.m will cuayou. 21.18t at\a party yesterday afternoon:.: says'
the most diligent search for a' .Republican -
W. B. Crawford spent a few hours Mr. James- Strickland.'formerly! of but failed to locate one, al-
in Tampa today. the Campbell section of this .county, hogh he was informed that ..
but now living on the East Coast, claimed to be a Bull Mooseite peed
Mr; and Mrs. M. Tiller spent yesterday spent a few days in the city the past through that place about two months p''i" :
in Orlando. week seeing his many old fri.nd'1, ago, bound for the 'Glades'when he ...
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Intended. .remaining until late falLW.'are'indebted
Attend J. .. '' Specials
the Board of Trade meeting s. Floyd title examiner of the a
Monday night.. Title Guaranty Co., has'.returned : : to Mrs.. R., ,,D.
Kissimmee after an. extended trip triggers for th., pre. l t of one of
,C.. W; Griffin made! ?a business trip over a considerable portion of' the the 'pretti.at '.. -well as one' of-the

to Lakeland Monday State in, the.interest of.hi. ,company, rarest plants-,ev') political sunflower.The d.s.r
stalk has ,.eight blooms ''that
Mr. P(. M. Miller of Conoley was D. L. Sawyer returned Saturday greatly resemble the chrysanthemum

in the eitJ' this. week.D. from,a six weeks' stay with.friends> and are the color of a ripe orange al- ,

Qulna, of\ Jacksonville visited and relatives in Georgia, and resumed hough the shape of the foliage is
friends here this week. hit duties as salesman .at the Identical with the'old-fashioned sun-
H. C. Stanford Co., on Monday. morn- lower. 'It takes; its name, so we are 0

The Board of Trade will meet inregular Ing. informed,. ,from the"fact' that it 'has' MONDAY AND TUESDAY : ,
session heart.
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Monday night. rI
Miss E. i. Epple one ofth.. most .
P. A. VansAgnew return Sunday popular young ladies of St. Cloud, O. R. Bass a prominent cattle man '. '' '
from a visit to New York passed through Kissimmee Monday, of the Whittier section,'' as well as t 'v, t.
enroute to St. Augustine,. where she representing that district on the '
Rev. A. M. Chisholm is spending will enjoy the society of friends for. Board of County Commissioners was Look< the' list. rover, then look in our 'windows.t . 'I Ik '

the week with relatives at Batfow. a few weeks. In the city Monday to attend the regular t r> ,.< t '

'1 Sumter Leitner is A full attendance of the* members monthly meeting of the Board' They...... 'necessities and'speak for
spendinweeks' a two In speaking the political outlookIn are. s.TUJUIS'H ., ,
vacation of the Board of Trade is
at Daytona teach. requestedat .
this county Mr. Bass stated that .
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the meeting Monday night, as little
here Was politics being talkedIn
Mrs. W. C. Bass and Mi Helen matters of extreme importance to
Bass and Mattie Bell Harrle visit- his neighborhood as the Republicans
the welfare of our city and county '
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ing in Orlando today. were as.scarce as snow storms
will be presented. BATH TOWELS
md Democrats as plentiful.. cabbage '
Mrs. G:, C. Westover It Orlando, The Village Improvement Societywill palm trees -at Whittier.! ,Ai'
\ visited her daughter, Itffi. G. C. meet next Tuesday afternoon at 36 x 18' Bleached '.,' .' 15 cent value, Sale \ .. 10 cents each .

# Fields in Kissimmee Sunday. I. o'clock at the Capter House, and a ', Hon. J. M. Lee's, 14-horse. power '42x22 .. f50x26 .. .25"1.;.. '.21 :! :
full attendance of Is motor' boat has been completed ands r M H NI "
members request .: 35" ,29 \
There will be a meet I ft of the W. '
ready for service. The boat *
matters of extreme now *
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Friday SepteMber .at will be presented. has ,been christened the' "L. J. L." .
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the Chapter House, m. .
fitfp p. Mr. Lee has taken a number' of .' '
Messrs. De Wllto rand Frank Lawson left yesterday a friends out in the boat for trial trips v : '
Clarence
: during the week.', It works."like" a :Heavy Turkish: Towels .. I
Alderman: of Bajistnger",have; been month at Hot Sprin Mr. Lawson : ::1 Specially > ,
spending the ...-:t'in this city. Is one of Kissimmee foremost business top. Every part add appurtenanceare .
n .men, and his absence will be 'of"the best to be had. and the 54 x 25. Bleached, .' ... 50 cent'Talue, Sale- - 4 tSSCllSHEETS :

Mr.. W. H. meld and family have noticed. -,He expects to return reinvigorated launch is a possession1 in which the __ ,.
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're rp e from a'months' out- for the! Winter's .eti tie.. owner can take pride and pleasure.. --r yn
i in North and West Florida. It was built by J. H.; Porter...* -
Robert P. Gibbs, one of -the 'many ., PILL W 'e
r. D. H. Gill and Captain Frost, contented and happy residents of the ,A pleasant launch ride was givenfhursday ,. .
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. .prominent Grand Army men of St. thriving city of St. Cloud, passed afternoon by Mr. and Mrs, '"jI'f I#<"i f.w'iKKav: '1'IiIi '11' ..";.t.?";;: '. .. : ; ," '... ; 1 I :. .' ,>?'<:; -f .. s

'. \Cloud, were in the city Monday. \ through the city Wednesday enrouteto Lewis O'Bryan and Mr... .:-H. Reese. LIMITED 'AMOUNT '.. .42z: 3* : M.hiwkYa&y ,;ir'l&ee.lieadh; .. :
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.,.',"f. :' \\ Tampa, his former home; where The power boat Lorinda was enraged % \.'. ; ; ;. : '.
Arthur. E. Ponegan P, A. Vans he will spend a few days with friends. and left the city dock at five 0 clock; 1
Agnew, B-- G. Johnston and J.' H. conveying the party- to Paradise Island 81x90: :SALEM .. .- .. .69ccaUeack. Ne-NtsieCa e, 42x36'auJ 45x36 11 cab.cack)
motored Cloud Wednesday County Commissioner. A. F. Bass ,.,
Reese to St. where they ,wen met by Mr

afternon.: ; of' St. Cloud.:'was in the city ,'Monday PrankVansAgnew( and.Mr. and: MrsJ L-_ u'__ .', .,. .,..... , .. '" , .j' (,

at Master.Edgar a party given Bryan by his was.aunt the, Mr.host Bass sales to is stable the meet in owner with the'Wonder;of the Fh.Board.livery City, and and Mr. ly.at Ed the Canning An Canning hour and,was their bungalow spent charming delightfully where fam-j, ,' .. MERCERIZED' TABLE, DAMASK'. :


last F. C.Saturday.J Bryan,1n honor of his, birthday, says patronage he. la',enjoying' a is most. liberal music and a course of refreshments 11 60 Inches Wide,,.'.-'I.' Bleached, '. .' ,30 Cent Value,j.. ,, Sale '. ',24 Ce' AsJ.; .rll: ; ;. 'I'.

: I were enjoyed. Those' in ''the party / tt H, H I '41 '". .. ',
It. ttU.v ,. ,35. 29 .,9
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IL Halley, and S. L. Bergert. School were 'Mr .and Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan (fl. :" '-;; } ,! "
of .The County Board inspectedthe Mrs. A. B. Jarrell,. Mrs. John M.'Lee O4 *. H e M '.. .'** /41." :,f. ,
'.two Loughman of the were foremost visitors, to citlsens Idiasimm..Monday St.,.Cloud school building Toes.day Mrs. S..H. Bulloch Mrs'J. .B. Reese, :. \\0,-- -- ,- .- ,.- ---i ..!.pll v .i. "' / .\ ) '
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Misses: Nancy Bryant Elisabeth
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Mrs. A. D. Gilbert gave a party,to prospect that th.'?buildinar will, Carson Ann' Carson, Mary Carson .i ;Linen; Napkins22x2:2 ''Damas'k, .. '

the little folks last .Tue.d.t in honorof be completed, and ready' ''for the openIng Virginia Tiller, Nannie Reese,"Belle .. .. '. ' ... U' ..<>., - '
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the' fifth .r; .little. v Hardy.Meeers:' Dozier Ltitner; Roy "1' ; .,

daughter' Mary..! Moses Folsom ditor'of'di.st:., D. Geiger Louis Searson R.0.'John. .: : $ .50 ielae"' .-. :. Sale $2.00. .. Heard radj1er'.se.. ,Re r..(.. kioB5ka.....>*.-..'-__.-."",_. Iit'p w-...

6, ', will' break : Cloud Trlbune; passed through, the ton J.H.. Reese Masker Lewis 20x20: T 2.50 -. .' .. "; 2.00 l.OOV&tai >: '- ;-: > '..Doseir :V :w1'".,.."""'
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or 6 doses anycase : city Monday en route to Washington, O'Bryan: and John Lee.DANCE. ... '
ofChWs: eV Feverand, iftakenf : ,20x20 '\. tso.' ,_ 't' 1.39, .1 1.50' 4-4 .. >, .. 1''''
: D.; C.,I where he goes on business in : ... ; ." V "' :'!'
..1. tonic the Fever will nQts- .
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connection with the Seminole Land '. ,. J" i
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turn. Price 25, cents. ." Investment Co. H. Will be ab-. I ... ._ c. ,.

A...W.. Gustus left this week for t .ntl.bout; tem.days/l': !I'THU I 'REALUNEN DAMASK' '\ }';

visit.to his old home in Indiana after i.. .

which he"wiM mission.'go on" to Chicago. .friends, Miss will Almsna regret Leitn'er's to learn of'many, her 70 inch :e. Pur*; White' 'SScTalu. .: :- V ,.re :yard,71c. ; '

"f' a..business ; illness,' 'She has been 'Indisposed.for : scjAYEVEIINC3: 70 Inch ,- : Pure White ., ,- SLOOraloe .. ;. yard. 84e: ,
Miss1' Helen. Jones'returned ,last several days,' but;'will, probably be : ; ;,' ' ' f\
week from Bartow where'she had able to'resume her' workin the "r ." .' ; I 'J" 1' J .' .

with her schools,, as assistant, principa) : ,. Damask. i II
been! spending some' time' ). ,upon Silver 'and4Half Bleached Linen :
the
opening Monday. '
sister, .Mrs Leon Heblg.Miss'NancyCall .
.' SEPTiJS .70 inch! Half Bleached,'AU Linen $l.o6ralue .1 ':yard. :84c,.-, : _
Bryan I. a guest Mr., and )ire Ed, 'Canning .have ; e ;,1. I i ; : '

%' at the home' of Mr. and Mrs.' C. A. taken' 'the Slater house'on ''Mainstreet .. 70 inch, Silver Bleached;All Linen. .1.10 .alue' .. .. . ;\ .-' yard ,93< y
'Carson, after a visit of several "weeks, They; have been occupying' .
tn' '.and Tennessee.-: the Miklejohn bungalow on Paradise the Rremcn's Sod
-Georgia
.'' erami Island during' the summer. ,' The ,; ,Each'article,inthe: volnaow; will: be:marked in''pla'in' ..figure* f6''youwhatyou cn .;
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E.: E. Brown; Meiklejohns will I return ,about Th. '
R. Lanier..prominent, citosens of the middle of ,oeptember'D" \' Van-. Organization will open' ; set before, the Sale opens Monday;morning! ,_ "' I
section were transacting. "
Campbell
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,f; 'M''': ''Bessie Simpson' bee' returned. Chairman EJ; L.: ,Commissioners Lastly 'of' theBo.rd ''their' new hall, with. I a We .still'hoyeo, 'number of )suits ofMeh's" Clothing in:small:sizes 1

'from.a 'visitof. several she! weeks-at and Chairman of County,W. C., Bass,' of the ,which. weore:: selling# for '$3.OO, 'A, SUCji?*'. and we, nlsaca : .. .' :e

,Monteaarl.,;Tenn.,!.here' .en.toyed School,Board both icf whom are 'Dance' Thursday even- the' elected stock' of bM ,
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the.North, American! Fruit Exchange, in, Tamps getting a.line .on the Ing, ..September i9tir '.. ;' : .
i..spending t lday' In *ltt'city! 'In" cattle market In than cJty<, lr- .. : -7.;: .,: .' '. ,; "t toe found IJn"K 8slniuie '"' : i >y '
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'.' M. 1atz"sndlson: : 1dgar'mturned rd. .. : III'
Mr.; Win. Temple, who has been, ; to the city Monday from Baltimore, z .
connected with the mechanical department where .they" were called upon the saddest SAVAGEBLDG.Ovw .I '. i
of the Vatl.,.' G.zette for of call missions-to be at the bedsides i' ",i.. .. ;; '/
leftl..t"Fr\day.for\ of '''Wife 'ADd'mother when she '
several! weeks, \ 1.ra ra 1Remember"
'* passed.fronrffartuy pain..and 'cares { .
Tampa and 'Borrows to eternal rest- among "" :... :::1. .' ., .

/ /Klssimme. :Auto,.Garage, and" Machine God's chosen Howard', Katz, who Makinson's Store : . : '. "The Monday. -\, '
Company will' do anything in was also there has returned. to 1 his . / . K' s .
lath, or machine work for''you for studies at the Missouri School ,of -. the" ; "AT'Z' .and',Tuesday. .... t,
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automobiles. 'boats,"and all other machinery. Mines, ,located. .at, RollsMo., Plan 'S.1' .' '...._,;
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J.1 .VT.. Squires, cashief of. the 81;:! ,h;* da..hterIn.Ia'"r.Mra.1I., accompanied . -. ' . ,,). : '.
tlawi Bank was a koalness visitor .., ,
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in the cityFriday from 0 Ossian .KiMinm .FJa.'I/ .
....'.'p"d(. the VaU" "y,,Gasette' .a: most- ', Iowa,.and.will make their permanenhooM '. ; : COUPLE J. e. ,", I ,,, :t.
pleasant call., here. -IL. H Blanchaine and I '- ; \, :[11 "'
:Hon. EV. L. D.:. bnr.triet'of fanily hare rented the Barn hill'cot : : ,' ... ., :t II.;. .. .'\;
ti ''iShina'I",: .Ones," a, member. .of:the tags in South Kfaeln nee, while their : v.fps.d ", . ... O' {' .' ..,;' ''4'. w. ,_ j,' ..'I.

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1 ;V ,;ADVANTAZr P MCltohertsremooth .Way. "' 'Keeping Mr. fJ.ti.. Wet \ 'The.Application and Demand for Florida w,,Land. .Cannot Be
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i ." ,; JM "Italla" War. Wetherbee build a > Appreciated/ By You Until You Have Visited Our BeautifulCity
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IQ-o '61CP1SN Sjv 5,' TO GET';' A -. Turkish school, across, the ; .
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- _r .- sTi1RT'INiTHIS\ GREAT, although; the British, control is *ocomplete over Sunday. -- s ,' .
1"'n'" 'v :'st TE., and" tenacious"thattho sov The many friends,; : f ( '
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tome 'for,the. man. of limited from Isiulng order that would not be and spent :a very .. rTIREALTY '' ' '
''' : : '.t" .. ' obeyed there bas been desirs'on fishing.' : : ;< : .
J"J II' Y a ,, :
}, P....i k<, : '"'' ;..t ji,*v man goes '..-. 'I tart..a farm the part of many Egyptian officers to G. W; Hay has ",l".t ; I"y '?
.w for some time. We . .. .''
.,, the'prairie" States of the volunteer, In her cause, sad the** officers T CO.. > iWJioleulen.ad

; he must.be well, supplied with ,have asked Lord Kitchener' permission recovery.. Rev: J. D. Wyandt ". .,
n ; "f Ii The,' money returns per acre to.abeent. themselves from the Union Center > ..
nlybyiUUvatnlg
BaM their post for-That purpose;;- '''LordKlteb.ner"1 day morning and : ';r
r 're. acreage by mean of machine '
RtUOcrTofTimber
,
reply, In the Fort.nightly Mr*.. Elward .and \
quoted
,I.., cn f.rmlng'e 1 made to paysp : .
q ''Review. shows a certain sardonic Boggy Creek were
of -
, uenurleoacreRf: : / at least .
Ii''priced land must be bought- humor that must',2. classified at the homes of ; \\.r', '
with implement and among tile finer weapons of diplomacy.He Wetherbee last< I ' : ." ... and'Timber
: .
, ass''coIU'i them. The ..- says he :would gladly'give the desired crossed Vera, 'the'''lake tin .,,,'.."..., "',,." ,yo ,;;. ,". .,.......'f',1..to .,'( ,," ',",,:" ,, .
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: 4sru make :good dwellings permission, but be fears that the " " ,,1 . '" ,
1 -1.
; %-/2: >
Rosier Lawson, 'who :; . ."i.-\\.. "I, .t.;,. ', '
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and
' : ..
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+ mildinga necessary upward pressure In the Junior rank ofthe'Egyptian R' : ,' 11" ;, " '
kansas ,
with the
.. must be freighted aev+ I ;young ,: \ :A ';:;' ; . ,;:
l r army would-compel,, blotto simmee, returned home f"" '...,' ' ,\ ' '' ; ,' J '.:, :.:',\, LandsW .\ .
this is. costly
.,S miles, a I "" 2;; i... ',' ,', '
fence be had place the absentees'on retired Masters Frank, and "jl!.: \: ) 'I" ,, ."' 'ii:: ,;" 1
than no, : posts each can it take Hit,which would be a grievous return visited with Dwight'l ,:,.:. ( \\r.aJ.,; 0\\: ", '., ,'4> : .,: \ r,; ", ,
,
50 1 "" 'I'
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,fortune 'to' fence the land. for patriotic valor. So he advises them day last week.' .. v- '; '\\I '; \, ." ." 'J''t',,, ,..\.. i,'''' , .
r t- A _p ia.anotherJtem.of-/ : ): 1 to,' curb their heroic' ambition, so Martha and Harry .' \ 'J:". :t"" 1 .. ',' , :-d\: " :L," ,,'r:,, .- .
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i 'and If .the settler ha a few naturr"to Egyptian7--and stay at HarveYr ,- -- : ,>" ,., '. .. - ,- -. -- -
.' touat have; 'a windmill:,or 1 home To a number of nomad Bedou Lillybele Lawson's. Hughey ,, ,'''J"7.I:,.,' ..".t,,; tl', f' ;",,, ,\. J\\, ,. .
fi engine tot ump the water Iuawbomade similar application Sunday/ ,. S
,. ..Glen Clow, '.Clarence .
.,where'west 'of the'Missi.-': Lord
I Kltcben.r expressed: his surprise Clow and Ada II
) la' eapaelou' 'diteh or twoS that they should wish to fight at allj Rull Bass' Sunday
6htt 1* of miles long, must be Not having regarded them la. the'lightof I
The L. U. A. S.
ht r.,to"1...Then make the'part fuel of cues-the warrior, he had never Included of Mrs Funk., The E also have som'e very desirable and very

,I settler lives fan i from them In the' Egyptian conscription, an spent in rag sewing-. .
,he ''mu t,,spend .several error' that' should be henceforth corrected The hosts served .
ft of 'iMtefacold? sawn' hauling in view of their martial In- which all went home. RailRoad
well Groves to
i -* iM stove,coal,, and.be 1*:/ot.luUni cun&UoaL. ,Thereupon the Bedouins afternoon was spent. improved Orange near
j.. '"at all. decided that there Then is to be an Ict
:If ,h :can get' any : wasno place Ilk
cb ..... of,wood used, In repair home 'held at ,.the Union'
y bul ........fence or toot ,must .be house .Friday evening Church and School. We own most
' for the benefit of the ( '* ,
_. > + gh ,
; 'y : -
and'the Christian
> 1 seties'lass an'' ciety
easy
j THOUGHT* SHE DESERVED AID
.time, of,Jfrtln comparison., Twenty ciety. Everybody .
1 acres or'lila is all he need; and" land Mrs Orrin Lawrence of the property we are offering for sale,

5. 1* a.....P., Hi*,dwelling can be built Mother. of Six Fine Babies Glad to quite sick is .. "
.choaply of-*lumber from a nearby Receive Advice of State Claude and Nellie monla't :1and'balance -

i ,.::they simple' ontbdUdinft Board.E evening Saturday M.1 at I M. hold able to
:: be'constructed\'' { of. poles"fon Mr. and Mrs G. we options on, so we are

MM'land., By-digging doc ,- >r. J. N.. Hurtr,. secretary of the for visit Oklahoma friends and one day ,
,,R foot; Ta n.;he finds a, permanent state board of health 'II me time ago
Mrs. Gatlin who has
f ; aoocI""W.td" ; and th unl well -
_ digging'the may
mother of every baby reported at the Glen Clow and ,
of0011'
1 for the chimney
making end of every month some educational started for St. A '

-i.",*-rt'ke-J.many: p -.horse.'a few..small acres, but farmer find need<< together material with from'a the polite state note board wishing office. They will return in &a, If you. have any property th t'you wish to exchange

4t r;to hire one when needed mother" and child: well, and altering to MUST *

: cultivation of straw'and help the mother,in any way the board for' home in one of the best States i in the Union
.I j vegetables i'canoes land might do so to enable the baby to be -. a ,
l .. predeminate" brit the returnptpdoctr started right In Its Ufe battle. In reply i
i 1* so- large that thin to one of the communications. Ur. When, Weil-Known
r + a drawback.' '.:"Wo; large. 'per. Hurt,. 'a few daysrao' received the pie, Tell It So : call, phone or. write us what you have \and we caft
s; ,.t., the- farm'needs, /.to b*, let following letter;'
_ r' hayvprodpction: for;: the : '' '
v4 "I would like'to Inquire as" to the .
wf and4bescg,inthe rweeamaty fields'.after.grow the up nature of the help you are prepared to When public end find for; you what 'you want.

i} are laid by and .they make) exrk : give to the mother of six: fine, healthy by a. representative: \ .,
"'y.1' In the woods pasture youngsters. 1 doubtless shall wish '
}: eimme the is
.
proof
found tn'abundance wild advice,. 'as< sixty ,dollars a 'month I r 1'\'
t. ' all ,the'year''JOuncl,*fuel and doesa't. admit of extensive: fees to', a must believe it. Read ;
"a for' fencing and building i* Every backache' ; ... .
k M. physician and I feel that as a woman ; - --
anywhero..and little' time, 16. who has made the struggle 1 have to woman'or child with : '
Nr
L tapi BTlng'itshome' give my-offspring the mental physicaland trouble will find profit '
a some l' of. these adTaft.gelby --;- T- 7 -T-- ------ --- .
'moral status which 1 theirs 1
: iiBsU>hf.iii states, in-, '- .. ? _
i should! have &..11 the aid'possible'. .,
a Florida and Louis- C. .W, Campbell, .B ') \
Rvantag* of being I '"There'' ,,"'.ot an': old' soldier; :>o Ingham street, j ,
VT.the bottbm lands matter how bravely he has fought, so ;
I Bays! ,,"l have, used t
andApes :
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costly, to. clear deserving ae'a faithful wife and Always Time "
I Pills and know on .
ereso steep hat mother. 1 thank much for from .
> :you very ... .,, ,j ..
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-it. i > -< t '
r" yean time after. clearing :your kind, offer,",-:Indianapolis NewsDragonNot ence hatt they" are a :' .> '
$ :J : .. ,.i*. nrnd are denuded of,the top soil I got_'this. preparation .
./'.?'. -.jrfd'muatr' \ be abandoned. In that it1' China's' simme Drug Co and i
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'; .7 Ycannot{ be."wubed" to any, injurious Emblem.As .
of .. lame.:and aching
-e instead of deteriorating shown'in its prompt'repudistloaby : be he who carries of watches
: can
tilled one our ;
_ :'-tae land on account of the ferltltisllle'U the republic of China, the dragon symptoms' kidney. '

ti receives' yean after 'year, was*nAi"the"emblem of ChlnaMt'' was cheerfully"recommend ''!. For they beat the sun in accuracy. See our
3 is I v*. as the year roll by.above' the emblem'of ,th.'late Imperial family Pills, for I: consider .
;
<: :".. advantage considered .neW_thin model watches if you would have a "
'a MK with, our mild climate,'ab- of Haachns. This Oriental\ dragon prlile.- moralai'I j ..
lit;;Itonnl,. .nd floods, natural\ I* .oao, of the powers.' .ot,.Jhe< aJr, ;although , .Ft>r..Sale'; by all ;;! ;, < 1 I time piece that takes up hardly any room.

J : ,.iy of;the coil and its,innumer* 'wingless' one ef the forces ee ta.-, Foster-4Uburn. 'They are especially adapted for. evening dress
ideal which religion'.hasdefied. I ,
.. product*, bould a more nature -the Taoist Mew York sole '
I
'J agents
'",II' Kf a'homeseeker.be imagined. .The dragon kings d.ell.part, ' though many men find them equally fine for
-
itEaterprtse\ ly.In-water and partly on l Und;, their Statesy '
,
.- . Remember the' name J :.. eeryda1wear. ''See tbe I"
I : shrine are for that reason erected on r. : : : any way.: v i ir
;.'; : ;' : : ,, river bahks;. The germ of the dragon take:"noother u\ {I ''J..

)" NUMBER ,Of. Idea In the primitive races Inheres la 87'2t" ;;

.._, ,.' ...... some per steat.memory.of,the great ,-e. .
-.511 .' '" < .;s PT IB>''EXAMSYK' : er-lliards.; such, as1 the crocodile' of ;Have'Und Spar '! ; \

,.' .tl i ( I the ,, 'warmer waters.) The Chinesedragon'being'.without On' 4he,,'[question of; ''
.?' litoi'v\ r wine Is accordingly people,, on u... whole, Jeweler and '
nZ/"i: oUR "closer: to type than Is the winged added hour or hour' of ,/"T A; "CO'I'E": i 2
; : .AfPHCANrS FQRUCBKBB '
dragon of. the'mythology' of-our.more work,in author, say ;, J t V/ > ti 2Pain.w.
tTg'Acngws, : 'APPEAR'AT remote' and northern':race. As:: late tics prophesied1 more' ] : ,. \ : ,OptometristPaint J
,
'' as'tha{ "Hlstoria anlmaUnm of Conrad rowdyism; ; : ,
THE SUPT.8The ..OFFICE.: .; and 4lrer o : ,
,
.. r. Oeaaer.. '(1164) science 'believed3hatone a kind of, '. _, I
; had to travel ..
l' but far enough.- mellennlnm.) but, .: j ,
l4 say" to the;'more remote defiles;of,the .time has elapsed an,
F ; ":*milJ gt 'wumUr1 of applicants Alps and, h.''would ,surely'encounter vance In physique: and ., -" ,
for -
fert cber's'Hc.nesto r (
: ; appear dragon jWiles
: ." Mitatien at any regular examina ); ... . or
!lose .. 8apt' W.'J..Sears .tea* been
,'. ia' ..bane took:ti.Nev.rr .',eiamfaattay".Wed- ,- ,Long"..1 nd Short:. .. .

a before has it. happen-; :'Considering the slse, of,,c.8wltzertaad Paint' Paint: Paint. Paint Paint \ Painti

.... there: f were"as- few -as foni-, alL, ODe might expect: a mile ,toM, aboutas ,r : '.i:: ' i.I, T r ,' ,., .i -.- ,, .,. ,
at --
and negroes R -
ino: '
far as' one could throw a ball, but : e .
heCscae: .W.dnesdar., ,the : a
was \ ,
too hardy :: ountalix think: rW.
.t.r,the're..larSeptemtier, ex- : >er* ,16S . J '. ,,
........ .. ::4"r! .x ',j' yard jtfctsj. proper. hmg. even when as L, \ ' ,' "

I''I'6es.,' whotappiargot/ '.teacbe; '. U- ft generally II, It la very much up bID.'fW.Jtwtea'l ,. .," \.". " ", . ''f; "" \, .
osJIs ud'stood for'the*reonired( : extton the longest' mile'of all > .. ,j R'OSa GRAVES; ,;;*'r.('(.. ',1\I'

_. ; .V,J, w.rea'' Mr* Ii,;! H,.Jordan, beings folio wed ,by>> I the..Vienna post : ''i'''.,;:\ ,11t; ; .
i sum Justima 8tafford/T: lss '' Lydia mile 0f 8JM yards .r. ... rt.
; ,1 '
BUM Ola ' : ; ; lJi "T/t. Storm thatAPpreeiate.....rorn'r d.,''
t Etpptaettd, ;Campbell Too TUmUh mile Is .....'T ,'thePrussian '. . :"
8,71T'yards: and,4a;Denmartc (' 'i'''=:fYf.>''i "t; < .' t

-31.i." ,'Tnampetings I they walk:;;8444'yards: ; and \(,:cg11FIta ; :;' .):. ,; ... ,-. .' '" . ) '"
: .
ef'i o'ap .
lr.. ,
f ..trolt'of a mileThe1: ? Arabs generally \ } "' .. '" 'I-
I I ,Wo.' hare our" days of extreme mental rid. good horses ADd
;, depression. when 'we take 'saeh aIaekea.l.e17 ,;toilet wMle tk.:Turks are,satisfied .' "/ : ,'1( :. '':...i.:, ,' BUY. : Kyanizs Varnishes .j '.

gloomy .view. of the with L>t' yards* 'a.d tbe Italians .-YY.atn:\ t- t'. .
.MNs>I,-.Hnatlon.tbatlt aeoms a. .If shorten the distance of a mile to 1,"" >-* ;, iTHE I For: Floors, Interior Woodwork
Ao saan ,1IIt'-; came 'pew with. ;u. yards. "Just six yards more than the 1 Known iiwJj;; ; ; Ore and Furniture* '

t ,ens e to ,church" for; the solo purpose American bas In mind.when the agent BEST

m Me..>.*'lin. his. pos.-Ohio State" Jour wave hi.* hand and blandly. remarks,' 051. ... ,, .
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.....,; ,"t; ... .About a,,mUe.. ." . ., .K ,, IT'. iSECONOMY, r . , k ,'." .- 'r' P.f-jI':''I


fr+ jj. llvrell.lr" .Bridal. :J..,.... J'I'M ,. ,Gath:NC" '"r.lv.pounci; Trout.) 1 .' e'M''S' ', .' > ': .

etlim .& trt?pn ,...for 'a" What Is said to be the .largest trout ': : -TA . I AT Al bastineWaU'Coatin., : ,

h 4Nr _JV tto: .met.manfecJ.,:,'Dea caught :.In Montana T streams was, ,.. 'The, .Stain: with'..* reputation; '. JtU' "the Best . "
/ .... eh ... 1b.. fheoalC attarS celved from J"?W':Scott,.proprietor of t ; ; 1

.. .......... ..''SZKSh thehotel .-Arta.tea4.'Jt '.....bed , .;
: .... i a"'tIii-i t' ac ''IS pouun*:."-1 punted. I'ro..tfp) or taU ;" ' ,.-w.
': ..athsr. ENi.t the .n.. : This I* to bring' to mouth.'It measured nearly/three :I .' ROSS';" GRAVES( '" ( J "
liar. the aehas't ea and ,luwries; ..of feet .
.I ,fa length a yardstick; .extendingantoofe : ;" .. "
..II .... jjJ , 1 at).aefr' ad.>v Ib1 :1aabe.; : p I .. 4 "011I: "TV{.Stan t/l.tr/ ; .- -r.d.t.. Year TrmJm'" .. .' ',',.. .j
., ; ...
; .... the
,oJ. ,. ,\\I'c J" ,-I: ... W.-; '' the-flh.: ,measuring' over..' the, ,. ,i-' ;Iq

t..1"; '. > #, Mfr b wbiOh n Mraaia 4 Inek'1as.t,dAncG.h. _awes, ..lr.isee......"..tii.hearrIt ' .f- ';Paint, i :' : Paint'.:.'. Paint. , '; ," ...B e r : li
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4 .. ....s-Aaaebda. : ,>dhabld v"tuF9 :J J't ., 'qt,..... -,,/' }<4. !:.. ..... .. *'.... ',\ -,.. 41 v a ..' ,.. tl, rl
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t 11011001 Road -_-..-.-.-._.........._..._... .. _. ___. hoe r 1 it tbp.1r' -=
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,... ....._ ,.
.. 1" 11.1 'SzrsL&swMtti. I f
Cnvict -_. ..,..._.. ...............:.. 7110, II. and .,
stating that
/
this v Sent
a. 100' lay road Complimentary
H mostly tan ,
It. the
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!] i oD t.'Ia.: 0:.' :: j.--.o..J ft. i: 8oath.rnColonia.tion boJdinga Cqupaay of' and the '
; the'Hunter
: 0.' , -'1 m JLiand Company, and I ,.
F''Tbs. 4.\"t.-t..Z: , he' ; that ,
roM 1.
'' ',\ wvy..MM at tbeprwsnt time hm 'Hrlpll/al a t teYN/\ ah 'Ii; p----o..L .'f..+orls. . dig .. ...... wMy bars 6totre
mti tt FejpaJr- lie I Ji,n -
pixKlueeddate age
,; 1912. tax T'be matter'oi. h. -.I.mountof.ioad: County before the received Board. howingthat, the. v TkP itiLai ii ". .iar'a66b.erpre4e'IfM.: ?'. t f11K di : .1

due up the and ATown ot until$t. Cloud wasJaen the .road fund and 120,000 of thia\a year amount In MN,, yry,6 s IMNe..r the BteetiGR .eI' ....' ptiWL.ram :to' lt..r, <.fo. ,

> / : above passed .next meet- 4.000 is paid by laid Companies. tlrre,,, ,,, VaMee..N 1 esr" :nd lfc HJM. .
He > of fn; JsajrJptfoa itir
: ; al o ';: bond 0ri; ; n. Pott.1Vith further. stated that in view of these teMM i prce. aa ,. .

; John-attor- Fidelity cOposlt, Company; of I factsbe was an did(,not.,. think. his. request KI //o aia1aNe1tarrw"ise mailed to them ,ccniiiMiinntary.by,oUr Board .: aI

;._......... ;-. of'la.tHR.. : ."_.__.... an.d Maryland approved., ,al surety'.,Il. was ',examined funds Commissioner unreasonable. --* MA--_ '*one.....-.e.; .but iimre L__, if_ me.the;. o..fu0y, trM n t to list.by I of County. 'Commlsatonera $'for"the'purpoas . :.;
AnQ -----005 'We. to do I
." Jvotary-bond'of S. t .. this work at once, "M with '
> L
following bills 'were It. D. Colvin and ,W E. Decker'with I way willing to' h.va the'work done 0th. aegtu ntnngrtheca .the many ad vantage* '. hand
examined Cook 'under
approved as Bureties -* the direction es said se
and
drawn;; warrant 'ordered .i Justice was examined of: and approved:' from that district of the Commissioner .ucres.full n. aurh asie opportunhiea'tnu i;town )and county offer '

Jd. ''r.i- >, Over.lr..t, Walker with Peace D. W.bond of' "J. H. until the' 1912 taxes were,,and paid wait for ? puttrm the'oomeaxDeker The paper wffl be Leaded< a "
.Alderman his
.Ioner and COIIIDlI. J.,. A., and pay. S.ldpropo.fUon r 5 tea t' I
.
A. mU.e ,_... Daughtry-' was d k.IN.
1" ac ut the
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cepted few week U
mllage. ...Oomm/.aioner/ and 6 00 amined and approved.1 wa; ex.. by the Board and they instrncted Womb T/ON PRa to DJ'PenoIJ whoMi name, given
r.. .R. Basp., COmml..loner .. ". '. '00 Pistol bond of Mr. Hunter to have the road I I,.., !r Yedletw < ewe and if ahould; desire ;
a
they
Henry O. put in tu, to receive it .
V.mUelO". .......C.!-.-....-..____..... .and. .11.60. with. Arthwr,-Doneg-an-and-Jnor'L.+ .; bill"foram.thorou. ...1a. -repair._ and. ".present 1 Us a Post Or d' .f reg.alarly .
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and mU.a..e .commlnloner.. .._ _. Overstreet a. sureties,. was Bid of r H ... .. .lined to gh. thereafter.-"' would:be-glad to put' '. -
J. 1'. Parker : _..._ 30'00 and approved.' examined .... ..J.. ''If.Smlth.tor ''ootinJP"th. yoe '
salary 1"--......
no treatment .write. lori .
.acne III. AgnewRsaCrwfote- . ..0 II GO GO i| Committee appointed to investigate Chairman v aause was received; : but i cannot can.FARK , | them on subscription ',Kst, at the, regular
M..a ,. and report Lesleystated that AD aryNDDrefued.nflreaAa. .. I t' '
as to
cost of there/ r
,.. bridge were telo
other
0 r. .,__. Joe Barber over parties who had .
.20 >
.. oe e way
Jehn.tOny 6

auelltor G, .Ioha.toD. .... ,..' ."._.....d.rk.ft.A....:...__.__......_and_..., .6700. -port.-,. matter.was slough, aving-passed. -failed until---.:_.to.00..._re-.'.' acme tlons, to and who'wI.hed tft th. t.---.. propost1ake -.>> .a; .rho"' -...... ..., tam aa t-_me_'_..I
PO.la..', __ _-_- .--_-.-._ .u.... aCl._ .". 411"eune.- material, therefore to show t t r tfllce on their Any vteltERSONe l
Pr..U.. ears jal' ,..__, 11 16 00 the Cojmmittee appointed to Investigate to the.. former ItIVaa.1, DICI( : Specialist '
GO committee' The
mps road work .. ... 'road from Whittier'. / to I !
Tribunal 1* to gate said .
laey.'EleotrlaVUg-nt. : .UPr.II.. 20 10 00<< Cypress having' made their Blue then material and eel Roome L 1. I Pettey BuUdlacirtda I. 'J, '. .... .; .
jail -..... ..., .' and County Surveyor report; Pa. the Clerk '/adve A_. and.. '.wlsfoam sj* .k. ,
Combs, wltn... .- ..,.... :.0 71 filed his Oliver having OonoeraJ'fI'Io 0..1' TaanI& i .) ,
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..__... plat of. - ; "
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iter Walsh, 1 00 same, and B. H. The .1.MPA.1.i.Ay : '
Guy question -
lullf Jail witness Bldr. -_,__._ .* 00 appearing* before the Board and around St. of builds -...., r .
Co., Cloud .
locker. for Jail ., key ....' : the urging > was b .rt
) ced
-4J.'Oro.. .: Co.->, ? ..:; '.l'" inc-1lon.-oif-thl. !IIOIDL..work.] be-- theBoard..whoatated t ..
rltneae tea ._...Sylvester_. road, th4t matter was willing to,have Be Good
--- .._ considered the f to Your Eyes..
the
ijr ... 1 Board
Valley .., 40llTS agreeing to Tided automatic elneu, :ABSTRA .1
.id st- Holton.subscriptions witnessla ..printing_._.....,._... ( .' at grub Blue the Cypress present'road creek way* beginning at all th.epubUe'gat h .'t ,row. :Dr. J. C. Davis, 'licensed by State .' TS. . :: :
Journal., 10( : and running There .beinn no Optical Boardand 'who has been in '
one eubecrlpo'ina'rtri''roa'd._ across Section 23 to south boundary tbe"'Bo&rd airman. r'lorida ten years and fitted many t :
adJou
of
O. <> 1"0 said section,' thence Jar beat people'in ,Kissirnmee and other .' "
workll between "
meeting-
;h V"' C. Oro. Co. mule teed.' !.10. ,00 tions 23 and 24, 14 and 18, Sec E. ark. with glasses la at Park. Hotel. OF TITLE .
.10
Bros.saddle ... hand 12. ; I. where ;
to ,
i. .... the, half .
i B.'Maklnwn Co., mde_... J4 oo and 2. section" line between. 1 Attest: he'will .test "yes, free and1 aeUglasses 1_ ,.
MeAdoo '
Iti
-.Orate.- .. .. mdse llv.rjr'_hire____seam_. i.!. oofvmm A committee from R. c.Joru5;;. fruit Land. baa cured, for headache a.abort of twelve Davis years .. ,.., . .

Brans nnWi, -road.worli UO. : ---.-Mv4T.-.--- 'v'" tlon appeared before:Campbell the" 'St.a-I T *M one-half.acres ot standing with glasses. Prices .rea_- ,-"" . ", .,... _, _J.;.. ...._"._ ,__JO ." .. . .._
3 I'. .000 file Ii' ". ." ,
.Aehton. a complaint fruit land in KisNo. able.. . roast '
pay roll .. against the ; "
h L ..i..: (IS 00 land out. his land U iri
in
Osceola
Clark
by. the i proximl1 Lands .
wl'laoa.._.?..;- i oo County Surveyor Modern Date Home. ,, County .
Cousins, witness ... 100 There being some1 .. be Call 1 011.a.and we will Up to ._ t ; ,
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r nlth..Cook wltneae, ......v-,-....., 1.00 1 00 whether a roadway had been granted I limm ell. with the owner; you No. 46/-$ .-New. modern six:- :.F ' )
Oliver witneea ..... thru some of the land thru, t t'with him. This prop- : room cottage bath. lavatory hot and )y'w
which pp '
surveying 41 00 the road >> end at great redaction \ ,
( Bandy was'to-pass, the Board I I a1 cold water electric lights, beautiful :
Ind Miller, freight---------- lit,, structed In-;;. Lt land in this is sellH. -
the Clerk t: locality "
mantels, nice
1 ..surer rn Union_-commissions..-._..__....,.a_*., *.-44 abstract of these lands to make and, a ruga.expensive House furnished new complete furniture, ready ", R. / TQHNSTON: . "I
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Co.. me-, to the County Attorney for ) ,I. M. BREAKER &,CO. for occupancy i LIre-lot. 83x147"' feet, F .
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Johnsen road -- --- 'os opinion.at. i.-. ,R.-...". which full .'
work,_. .. .'. -- -- - <> on Tare twenty bearing orange OF .
llranions. 00 'The meeting. SolemJkl Residence Lot CLERK: CIRCUIT COURT'
road ..... 7a resignation of R..' 'L..Perac .. trees Located in three) and a .:
Johnsenrosd.work "
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Starling ..* > 00 Cattle Inspector for. half blocks of the poetoffice,'on beautiful "
the
I .T.L road work...;' << District Basse No <463< -Fine. large ,vacant .corner "
Co. phone rent .a *, JI8 having been received aM lot 80x147)<< feet, close to lake. '. Splen Verona street, in' Sullivan maintenance.. cepted, -Will H. .' Call and I.t us show of Governed . .
I Walker Prices Abstracts 'by.5tatutu'
Lanl.r. 00 did location, arc
waX I good' neighborhood. W
'h road (work ..,.. mended :
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u I 00 by the this beautiful- home. Tertna ,
8avaa Board you on
Aehton e,'road work.:.... 111.70i. ,. Communication'-from snc _fa_ _, are offering this large lot at the very of if desired.. .'' 'the' State of FJorida.Gazette :
part purchase price ;
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--.--. ----pa.aeng.r.." ....... pay. n. low |400 H. It; Breaker CO. .. . swill
24-tf efc .
a .A 7* 1 vnr.f. .- work & 9<. 16-tf Hatt. \
commute _
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I mrnm. advance \ a 00 d yie; __' -,- fruit .. .. . ,
[ Enter. llsifCommnnica : and Truck Land. I
family
work mcetin
PravatC' ?- 00 ; Ong Bargain In Twenty Acres.-: I. . ';", ' .. .
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ori f ; We have five and ton sere tracts inLiberty . p" .
booms' Good Ronda' Osceola Twenty acres of land, less .than'one Park. > the, most desirable suburban
i warrant were erdered.ea read as to the tea the male from p< '"om the. variouy.funds > County building, me discuss- a subdivision.. Can be) had /' wa are offering for your',consideration ': ,
ai fol yard County line t the point ,pee acre.. ,. R. D. .Waring A Co.'forl9t f at prices that are attractive. We '
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'" the. Board occation would ..
pleased to'shew these tracts top -
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+f.tenure "t he7 d {ignated by; point at' which 'the pective purchaser' at any time.; Do not 1'T'
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{!7 11, e the most 1stm ted 1' the ; fail to see this property before purcha ,
.' llectdr'. .)tornse,report'.how: to met the ,Association that No. 461"-'New broom bungalow ort flog aa it has the advantages of being
coli.ord.collector..' Cle k to war ''m .meet Brevardners lot 60x142 feet,, located within three close in and on the very beat paved $1.5:0
I' ) 63.00 001 -led.poll tu' report it was. .with'' their blocklof Broadway, the main business road in the county convenient to the : :
rer's re t showed-- the, Co my nt named-. street: and in one block of, Osceola city school and churches. Five. acre, .
balances fl. rot Hunter appeared be- .
hand high school.Price $1.400. tracts $250 and $300. ,

t' ell 61 I .rd and requested flu t I{ 24tf H. M. Breaker A. Co. 24-tf' H.M.. Breaker &: Co; .. .. .,

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STETSOli UNIVERSITY .; ,

:G ')V '"GRIFFIN 1- : ." ad RIV1iiRSsld 'V, T Q andFfeahllets Proy +,.

., . ; NEWS NOTES)i I 1 H.aS' y.lbtlan b1Ibe) A b..or.lohttr Ben; erIola T 1fL t s =

Or Election.ri ., ;;..I"' MMtwo "t''p. SURGEON 'well w high:
f' \1 j I ;uu VSIClAN and as '
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,Staple a0dFancy,; Prof. Ch'-Prentlc* Carson and wit t.J j ': 1 Sod,We .Clerk 1'the" Iloubof Fall for west YOU ,, ',
...gl5 alstaro M nil' uoHler Repre.eb15Uvs., 'r"f"' y'.: omeeorsrQsoeolat'harmaclPa0NEbl GROCERY L1 -
who.are spending-the summer In Aq
Eu-i .... 63
; : GROCERIESFree ) ropey expect to sail for home' the I I cane k. 0'kesolsUotu W. Ia..tr'wf-prOpoatntuttruaa posed Tbs tons.rn.od..o..nd 055515' somplla.C4 Lbe "D".It With Bald d..t.Te.tJf'Oo ; l Residence ' '
lutfuua Jail ,
ti ( :; 14th of ...of 10 ,officePHYSICIAN : Ti'rrsr
a, Very delightful September.trip They And have Professor had tld) tltugrreddl toblo u. S tlOIIII the earns sad letarda ro ulstao.'sod tb.ref..ball\ ....,be rI"'s...t.>.jbated. 5. ate .j} rL f" ..... . ; v t' r l'' d
to.y .I..te a 'u WS 14
Carson will Ji.oo/Iol n..benl 'ovided by law for .enwal elsolae 'Ir ,
.return
the '\\yea rr.' work. re-invigorated His several .trip for j /the .t.a nu..ld their Joml rwpeOUve Ness \"rt"t= .kT WDKRIWF'': t'b." ,hero .W' ,W1NN
ber 11111. .
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: ' !.h. sad.fesed the \
broad b.,4 \
Delivery ball Parts and his research work in ri v unto =/I\.ADf
his, wr **lkv ,rt chat 1 WevaWdadoltlocniurchyar the etaM-t:: St Tslhhe..s, try
tory make- his course very popularamong WtA5e14etoA, this W. 1w.51yafih 4n of July A O. 1111r.: .' e li 4
of the City : the student 011 Tn NovamUBNEOV ) .HCLAY: OIIAWP;+'::. ,

Mia/ Annie Holden, a member of will be bald la eaob Frons
'" tha Stetson, Faculty, has,, also spent day next' succeeding IS1*of l'ark' Court Judge, State of .
V e'.i L ,: _" __ . the summer abroad. She has had somber, A D. 1913: lhenrrn \ In orCounty
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as traveling companions two former DAY OF FloridaCounty,, of,Os eola. T; LICHTSE,

4Z* I +ttlf" HIt I Ii > 4 < I I M members -of the Stetson Faculty; tor tba'.ratlflcatlon"" or rV.Tu .' .
No inmreelae. inryT.8t.nford. -
Joint aolnUona
1 Miss- Marie Shaver who p"1 li\n to .u whom h rs Tnonro..h" OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
now hold IbeConstitatlooot tbe bteWu>* MoUoe III h.by given
'HE the. ..... 25th 41st of J..ry.. A. I). '
position of librarian"at 0"
Vassar
JOINT Pro .F. Residence Phone 5874.
G RAY STONJ and Miss Ann Galbraith R RESOLUTION. -. IIII L .h.11 .ppl to lO.ne JuCt.gerlt ;t
formerly Of> ment to the ConJaJd
ble.uoes :: Phone
*, .. the French department.' Miss Holden state of Klorlda ReUUni. to the pourl.Par :r..oo Jad.s of Probate. for : SOLI : ; Office Bat J'
js'ty117
.. has spent the creator Dart of. the ...partnentratinaauon.. .'- . .. ebarrs. a.- .Admlol..ralOr, - Of._the.5.1515.. _. d..._11.--.-; ROoms 3 and 4' Fla
< am i* secures oy soy legislature o aau.vn. ; ;;; State Dank BidrC Ktisimrnee' ,
j, au."IfAI. summer in Germany studying. of Florida I m.1.b.li prs..ot: the:.ldu--,: ; ,. I \
1 a. The. Stetson students and alumni That the following amendment to ...uouti 2 Acbol..trawr. 01 told )ta.......D4 -
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y t v 860"to 8.60 pew r .. are delighted. to hear, that Mr. D. J. Jl of,the e.W Constitution ttaWudlolary of the Uepartment.state of Finn for Ia.lr SPpronl.t. 1t.,: ..J. gyAlif3; K. B. D;'WIENENOA t I DIBBLE & ,
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Blocker, ,.who'haa been :D _ .
8pcJaiby;; .. m t a student a bwedSertloa 41" of said Article V be .lnl/lLl' -
4r the University of Chicago, for the same la hereby agreed to and shall be sub Jolt 13. A; D. JilL 111..1D_ VETERINARIAN;

__ :L :MI. L 1 f01TII, NV. past three.years, will return to Stetson election led to the lobe eleolore held of on tbe the tjtat frsTneda the gene,. FORALL I.. .
at. TREATED
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STOCK
.. this year. He will offer some thm !S.t.Y.r.v" 4n Nonmber..A.T% II/II. .... Ice of AdminiBtrator.That DISEASES J '
'. : strong Bible and Philosophy courses or rejection to wll :' '.-" t' .
Paul II.. fVM dorA. DK. 1> J n -.* ..!.,. sea n. There.hall be another Jndre of the j he County Judge. State of Florida. IQ I'IwM 151 (iJR-'WM.HARPERt',
w + University ;; Ctronll Court of Uuval County la addition to 1 "'TX deeaaaeir'jKEWLteSVife' Ninbt P...... III Oa.LANOO. FII.Ao! ( '
Chicago has the Circuit
been
elected Judge I
of the circuit la welch aald J r t'l
OSTEOPATHp
as a member of the Stetson Law county .. ......_. Sucb additional Clnmlt .. 1- '
Judge(ball be appointed by th.Governor J_ : t .\\I
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W.
Faculty. After
; Mil DM receiving the degreeof oonflnaed by'the Henate.and ahall hold office time I for.tslelatreewsS DR. N. t. BRYAN !
probate
Doctor of for aim (6) as Jade
Jurisprudence from the ) year,.and ball reoelve/ the earn* *">.two theeetaaeefr STf=CIAUST IN'
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.110.
for '
University of
Chicago Mr. expenses a*other ,
DENTIST
Dodgespenta '
tA..v DISEASES
L9muflJudg.. but tbs Kama ebsUbepsldby ,J-fc-d: and that CHRONIC I
year at Oxford University lbs County of burst out of the general revenue lb Ime e.. RolksfoetMlr as adtslsl
and later practised law In New York. of laid county Ha ball bar all tba power 3/ Squires BuildingNew ( MI"'ATIO"'FRU1. 1.
.i lie and perform all tbs dutiaa tbat are or be l LLN u __ York Avenue< Opy4WLTAT/ON/ I
comes
i highly recommended way .
; .' ,. 4f' by provided or prescribed by the Constitution In the Ci *- A"-Mo ,
; ., prominent lawyers and teachers. by gtetnte: for Circuit .Judges and all: etatutee or JudicialFlorida ST. CLOUD . FLOarDA' KISSIMMEE, FI.A'.. \,
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A big enlargement of ooDvernln*Circuit Jndcee shall w .
the apply to him. '
: TURo.&va'
f'f'f engineering CA
Real Estate work of the University is in Court The;distribution ol Duval County of the between business th of two the(Circuit nroult i ifll the Seventh rvK. J. W. SIMPSON S I TtJaa.oA O'C"a,;THUR5DA. CENTRAL Yg.HOTEL i'1'

progress. Additional instructors and1arl'l Judges' and tba allotment or aMlmment of State cf : '
;'J't; 'J
: .. '-.1., additions to the. machinery in milieu and cases to be beard, daolded, admad *- CountySi eo2a I'

;:-,1.j . \.'. ", ,', : the iron shops, new electrical ma- trol lad, tried or made,deoraed when Mjudsed neoeaaery r'l.I.be Jadce con James, W. paver DENTIST.. EO.. OtMflB.H.y.'' ., 4: I

chinery for the laboratories, and supplies of said. Court who "hall have the older oommb- Cemplalnaut..' ry Upstairs in BgJldlDK. ..

'', 1 1 for the laboratories have been don, In Into.....at.tba.. time Snob additional...- Kay a. ID. t.o 12 m .' .
:\ KISS. I MM 12 E.. FLORIDA. ordered and are arriving on every cult A JOINT Iud. RESOLUTION" .Id.In Pro l>aval. Count Fred HeiwIncT living. ,Ulcole.II Orriox POUBS: \ 1:30 to 6:30p. m. fluor I. 4' t,

freight. They will be set up and to>> Article 12 of tba Con,,IDIr.O ILotioa; Amendnmid of u.. HespoiideaUv -- Talanhene No. 76 Jun 6. Irr .1.1It eaetesal } I :
ready for use at the opening of the mate of Klo Ida, Relative to Kduotlon. to be anpeare from the affidavit - r-M > 1
fall term September 25. The improvements Knowo aa Section. 17 ol Said Article Provide\ ford, hereby duly Hied.that the W. W. CARSON TILLER
; ln> for tha Bond by Mpeolal Tax J'red lleaalUT and .
"i beingmade in this department School Dlitrlcta,l'ror Bxclualve Use beyond the Umlla of Mlanla M. Uti Dll.
-n.B'u'tLOCK of .the mate of a
r' will enable any young man Pnbllo Free Schoola '" ltbln Such School Dietrlct that their: renldenoe la at Morton, DENTIST 1 Real Estate Agency.Vi1,?;
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in and ;
the State to secure aa strong an Creata. AntnorlKloi tha Levy' ""a1'.. lo of Illinois. That they are over th&l t _
.' a Blokins Fnnd for the Payment twenty one i
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y then
." 9if'>" ---'. engineerlngcoune right here at too Inlareit. ana KedempHon of Much Honda, In the btate. of kiadd upon tbnrv whom tea tbedk V Office over OOie'i.Jewelry;.Store>'
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11; ; ,
\ t: : -j eille.I home. as he can secure anywhere Be of It IrlnPlalsi Keiolved by the logl.lalure of tba State -ohob..ouldIo4b1adl.,0..14R.... Von are therelore ordered. eppeaV\ Office Hours: 8-12,' 1.5 I I- Realty bought and'sold. t,' f I
tt :
168'
.. REAL:ESTATEjlCxatnifiatlonM I the Mill Complaint aid lu ,
tha akoVeTeSlSSJJKSiV" t-,
rented.
Among other I Houses .
) '. r r many improvements lb. following. amendment to Article II ou or before Monday tbe 7tl of 23 4
txt.ber
-----N.- being made of tbe Constitution of 1 ver.o' ,
the the Titles
on Stale of Flo and
campus, DeLand Ida.to it.Sw.ir&'ffifmi.USft8.,Of Wls ueatt Taxes paid '
; teeth
; .M INs 1RANCEi Hall, which is to be turned into the be kn iwn ax Section 17 of sell Article. b.,and :: !. ... !! . .m will 1. ministered for extraction of ;'
1 a same la hereby non-residents. .
agreod to, and ified for .
ball be sub- w "''''- WT' RIO -PDDd...... .
i Fraternity House, is being repainted milted to the elector of lbs State, the next It..further ordered that this' notloe be Accident'lnsurance. t\ ;
and
pub Life
: .> \ i : inside and out. It will be furnished ,10 nursi the election of Jie|>res.utailves, to be held llsbed for four consecutive. weeks. In the E:'- ET: PARKER Rre '
new. Stetson Hall js being year A. D. lUl'JI for ratification or re>eotlou. l nmee Valley Oaaetta .' ahedWlto. .
\Ii ; Titles a repainted In Kajairamee, Oeeeola c':.:::;. Florida
t ; and put into first class condition for" Ise,. ir The LnrlKlatnra ( for ... K -U. Johnston Clerk Circuit. Court DENTISTOffice 4 Indemnity Bonds. Jt.4;!

& the opening the school year. Thepresident's Special "Tax, School Districts,to.r..r.ro bonds for and the Meal I thereof thla l.wn day of Anguat ER OSCEOIA PHARMACY . .. ... .
the .. -.
"'VI'* Speclalty> esoluslveu.eof ubllo frae erbool.Mltblq A D. idle .",. ... ... .. .
. residence ia also
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receiving M07 Special Tax $chad) DI.IrIoLbea. R. o. 8:00 to 12:00: Noon J
r:, .1) ,.. JOHNSTON. ;j '
\ a coat of paint and has t r a majority of the 1t'.1 ;
I been thoroughly quallllud electors there .
Clerk M.
of, Ulrcalt who
T repaired and are frmholders. shell vole In favor ef ,.. :.
ocresoondence.'SGlicited renovated. Ev- '
\ .) the luusuoe "
: I of such bonds.vrueuvvvr _
; el'Ythlnll'_ will.. titor .in.. .nIAn...._.. ...f AAft..f .IA_ - --
.. .. .. ---- -- -- 'V"U' 'V" any roan np ciai Tax ornooy Ulartot Notice for Publication. .- 1 I
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,",j{ .. ; '- W., -- the openingSeptember 25. baa voted In favorof the tanuance of auch E. M. D4,

S; . : ' Everybody in Florida, and particularly jar bonds,fD.sey a lax.0"not. year to axoead ou the five taxable mllla on property the dol- Department'Oalnesvllle.of florid the Interior, August, U. 8.17.Land IMt.OfHoe., Special at Kenneth Onto ;:'

lit r jJ j : the students and alumni and within" Ibedlitrlct votliiit for the iMuenf botiili Notloe is hereby gives that Jerrr 1\\(. Dixon, treatmenV f ; v
; faculty of Stetson University are hall be levied In acoordanov with law prnrld. of AlBer. Florida/ ,who, on March 13, 11011.made j vin to the
. FtORISTCut.Flow6r much elated UK for .the levying- taxe.to become a fund Homaalead Entry, Serial No. 0It24K for NU of CIt en,and **
.r 1 very over the victory of for the paymeut ol the lutcrvat and .ed....... NWMHeotion 27.Towu..hli Ul. outb. Kanga 84 i ;
Mr. Frank Wideman in the National tun of Such bondN.rrnpoaluif ISM: Tallahaaaee Meridian, baa else notice of Office over Citizens '
> \t :; Prohibition Oratorical Intention to make final five Tear proof, to
: ( Contest held ratabllsb -
: )) and Floral Designs Amendmenui to Sectlona One (lj claim lo the land above described be 24-8mosK PHONE 3ARBER SHOFJi i
i "l .! for all' recently in Atlantic City. The South Sixteen (Id) and Seventeen. (17) Of ArtlcU( fore the clerK of the Circuit Court' : at Klaslm- /
occasions. has long furnished the nation's best Thiea (II) of the Conatitntion of tba State of men Florida en thooLb: dar of feeptomlxir,
1. :\\t 1,j Florida Kelailneto tba Leglalatlvo 1914. P.A. VaMS aoNewVANS J
Pottad
l'.1, \ : : Plants, and. Roses a orators and now Florida can boast of tha Mate of Florid. Authority Claimant \ '

,,; :? Ir i.;. t specialty of the beet student orator in the Be It Resolved by the LacleI.Lura of laa State B. H. tiny names of WhllHer aa witnesses : AGNEW & CRAATTORNEYSATLA Cald Dr1nKs?! Cigars IU ,j jabT
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: United States. I of Florida i W.O. MoCiolland. ol Whittler. ,-h..r d.. ;

'..p 4 r Pbon. 83, ,MISS. LEAN CAUWELLTHOMPSON John Hall Manning, formerly coach That the following Am..ndmenU to Beetlon C.R.If,1'adgal EN'llll.ofAlyve: ,of Alger.Florida.Florida.
for the Onti(1)). Bectioa Slxtsn (ItI.o".eetloa8e..eDa ) -J-PJJ

University of North HENRY *
Carolina .. 8. CHUBB
(17)) amended,-of Article Three(8) of ,
r -- -" will'coach the Stetson team the com the Constitution of tha State Florida be.; and Register. OIIloe.4-4.e CltUens hank amid\

.... Ing, season. The outlook for a successful bay are and heteby submitted agreed to, and shell bo proweed -;:-;:-4fAlways- .'-'- KlsslmmeeD.

year, In athletics is very Sale for aiiproval or re'j.JI"o-) eleotora at tba next of this. ; --' - -

fN bright. A fine lot ,of additional ., election beraaf tr. that la to aay t gen.ral :GEICJER..,
equipment for. the Mellon One (1) of aald Article Three ((8).bsU 17'
gymnasium has ;
ilftfe
be antndmt ao ae to read aa followat '_
c m: been received and will be set up for .eL'O'l' I. (l) The Legislative authority of
:. .' ,use by;the opening the term. Ifclii Htala. ShJI.. veeted In a eKUUtnra eon.mtinc : ATTORNETf-ATJLAW!
/ L'DI12 TORr .The outlook lor. the of Senate and Rouse of Represenla :
coming school .
Uves. and aball. dealanaied TH B LKOlsiLA- Office Stat 'Bank.
year' is very bright. Not'only have TU ICE or 'HIE STATE or FLORIDA, but the Building CLEANING: '

r } d ; a'* great many reservations been re- r poop'* reserve to tbannwlvoa, power lo propose I ,. ,Klssimtnaev( Florida(
aws and Tii '
4M.I.IcaNSED ceived for' dormitory amendments U> Lbs Constitution of on RESSINGYlBINa .
students < but lb. state,aod to "
onset or reject snob lawa slid '
; EMBALMER the real estate men report hut almost niendmente .at tha polls ludepeodeetoflb. /J..P. tCRlBBS : ..*'

/ all of the; houses are beta' oX-Ulainre, and also reeerva at their own op. * V S ., '. ,! l I
Uon I".power to approve or reject at the ATTORNEY PAIRING
;y Opposite Courthouse rented by people who tend to spend Say act. Item, or seotlon'of any act.or maoln polls ATI LAW -:Kmsiw z, FL4. .
the school year-in DeLand in'order Uon.of the Legialatura: :

that their children may enjoy.,the advantages I 1 <2l The Brat power reserved by the people Isnitiative Examination of Title. a Special/
aqd
Ike .and twenty I'JO) per oentum of Notification wl ben 1 my house
t Ka MYEa . ,.' .. FLoIUDA ,of, the University. t... lelf.1 ..0&41...dull have tnA richft to nre.rr and payment of taxes of \ior and re4ro ef 1 ;'fSatif :
I any letfalatlve measure, and ,......,,.I1.l6i: non-residentsgiven careful .
-h l...er centum. shall have the right to atUnUoev
." READTHIS TO 'YOUR BOY., proposeamendment. faCNo
.. I lo tbe Constitution by petition, ._
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c iI" : : landeveryeuoh petition ....11 ID"lud.I".JIUf ) --- -.. -- tCt y
: : 'Remember- my..8on..ou' have toW I tr of tbe measure eo ROBERt & JO1INSTOXATTORNEY a S'
:
': : r {; \ .11.-$2 1 p rAcjpsrMelI h rk.' Whether',you handle; a I 'r) The second -.c.s: I.the Refer : .

; : .! II -a.pick a wheelbarrow, or'.a'setoy 1 annum Iewe uect'saary,and It for mar the be Unmediate ordered;, except preservation aa lo I 1.1. S2cC82Jwell1 ,

.( '.. ft-: '. a .Baafer4 celery.fersa. 'Flort. books, dig ..ditches'.; edit a' newspaper of public peace, health and aafety. either by '
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B er.r AT"LAICEiasiwxu
petition by
>isti tw ,
nty(2o
) of
cesium
ring an'auction 'bell''or'writeanny per
.
.-- _. 6aMrr1p... the leKal voters" ,or by tbe Leolslatare -
,I'i of '1fla.eealaa1 .,aoed Mbeol L fireveaj ellatrict.,: thnigsv you must work. If you (4; The: percentage of leval voiere beretnbe.: ', ai

- '*(* see that the 1005.15154 shall be cased upon ihe total unto FLOUOi
-.r'I' ear Hfceral
I' :..... ..-" II!!! t "I'lt.eeeitrect......*alfewa......ale eta-. men"who are, the molt able' to live ber for the of Hate voe cast.,Ihe laat n-ral electlou I i$ PFngard to drill,

/ ':.t .' .c.' ...'.-........ ..-, \ .....In,. the rest of tbeif.days without workare _, v. officer..._.reneivlns....u _.! ..tbe. highest.. ana-. I \Choice Vacant: Lot ,1 : IM.t. uw. MAof fee' f' .. ......of W
:1 :.;, .1 the'-men who work the hardest. (It) AU hetltloa submitted under lb.power Florid.a.Ry I' ;
: { .. , : _-: . ," ,,'" Do, not. be'afraid to kill 'yourself of the Initiative" aha'I be known aa loltlaUvel .No.. 470-This'ebolee lot 'lis' 1 located : CriroIrIaI Oeu.ASSEYac ARTESMJtUBiSis. j
it- ,
pxrtUoni and abaci be dledwW tbs '
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..1> .with secretary ne block' west of the court house M WARLOW'ATTORNETg'AND
: overwork-it' ... beyond your of State not lass than four (4)) moths pteoed4. on .
.: :tj "; ; .. ,,', power to"" do tljat) ,beyond the: sunny oedlug the date. .L_Shy. eileetion at wbieb tauf men' street In best resident aecOD. any seakian r V
meaiinree so proposed are to be voted Has frontage of 73 f.et km:. OUr45EJ
!: .. .; aide of thirty. They die sometimes, and all upon on Loa
"i") '" but It Is becauaue" they,quit'Work at Lb. Referendum petitions submitted aball be known under thepow.r of >ett street extending back 147)) feet. : , 'AT,LAw' \>
; as "tuferen.
,.. ( [1. ,.I. ..TMs ... Few and .--.o.L aD 'tite Catla.g Ten yease of
: ; dam .UU..D..uct shall be filed orange grapefruit on the Si : suseiisflil
: 6 p. Tn ; and dont home -with tbeecrelarv tress t. Bed at
; get till- 2
w
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Gaited .
of the lot.- 8. alae '_
: tte
1 not mere than sixty ISO day On sewer and water lines. A the Pt.ss..1I&j; Drilling is aGnasset.g
aa l a. m.. It is the interval. .that. kills.? my after the final adjournment of tbe aeselou of bargain o sad the Iabmet.le Cwtsts.. Ability
1, ""ATLANTAr V' lbs LeglslatDme,which shall have passed the at $660.00. isrmLer'isd .,.. I:, ,to prodace
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: son.Work' '. bee ,An' ''for' i Measure to wtfloh. tbe refeieiidum is applied ,24tf, ,,IL, M..Vrdakereo. U..uc....,. _. s 'ORLANDO FLA. results, d
;1'.J.; lends appetite She filing of a Referendum Petition agaluat ,.
't" ,J --L-
'! \ your mealsit solidity to your any item,or section ol say eel,or resolution, It.,
\ ; slumbers;' it gives you a perfect and 1 shall not prevent tbe remainder of such mesa. JOHNSON TWO ;ANOWEtLS r
. .,SEMIWEEKLY1 are from becoming;effective; Big Bargain, I In Home. ANDREW FOU ?
f .... graceful.appreciation of a holiday (e) AD' measure or ....nndmeat to the Oon. Splendid" newns room bouse just Inside '..
A'gpEOIA
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Th..are men 'Wbo .do not .work, I/itudoe'otopoeed under !.h. Jalal...... and ATTOKKBY{ AND COUNSEIXOB AT L
1 but the'world.Is not'' proud. of them. any measure b wblub itefevendnm a city limits, fine deep well, lot.ten- *"".
,JOURNAL It does1 their r Uod. shell be referral te. vote of lbs % tains two acres of ground good, ... Will' Practice'in all Courts: ; .
? not know names''even; d ......,. of W. eta. and shad State and
Ili eeooms s barn,'wagon i and buggy, sheds, and all Federal,, : .
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YeBiggest' ..
and it simply of ; law when .. c3
speaks ;them as BOJ apprpved by a majority lbs vole under fence. Fine location ", I tmixtee
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east thereon, and none good new RftlSftK'S*: :
t. Jind-So's proolaniatioai of tba Broadway
': '. ,.JJle.j; ; Newspaper the great boys; Nobody like them; Ooviraor.and soS otherwise: - for small truck garden or poultry ranch. f, .... tcI........... I ....-- ---= '
ijnisy-.world-doesn't' know
'" (7)) The veto power at the Ooyenot'shall This is a fine proposition! wheren,/ ,\ t ; ,1r
1r; take off Initiative or Ueferaadu-i : ;you '" : -
I f' coat maVe.a. mesa
will have the of the 1
Q; : freedom: ,country .
T, 1., :ln\ltie,.South they'ar.there,.;, ,. are. approved! bv-a majority ot the quallfled close 7w'b M..rteauliAll
s yet enough to enjoy all the advantages -
F ..
,. .:. . .' So''find-put'what-'you' '!manf to be '<"> T1.. reservation of;'they power."ol- the of the city such aa splendid high & _
4 'C ''6_' in the world.The busier the Initiative Referendum. la this Article :JENKINS :..WOODHAMk Ike Ilorida'Gr'' '
4<< .,y _. The regular priceof., TbAt." less harm will you'are shall not deprive the Legislature ef tile right school),' beet, markets. .churches,, 'etc., :
you be,apt to .t '
'r"' { g into, lo repeal any law, propose, or peas any meaa.ore. Price al.oOO., >
.':::, r..taSeIDl-W..ldY..J'oumaJ.'l,6, the sweeter, will; -yournslumbers, which mar .. eonslalent wan the Coo. ,24tf H.M. J sURVEybksKissimmee ; ''I I Fee
.., 't ,' eaUayear, J/ you will send u. the brighter''',and; happier''yourtholi-r' SUt.Uoncf the Slate and of Iba United Slatee i I3reaEerwACo.' -. : I .5.Ik.tnskenen who w.al fruit drew '
make
: :fof' f. ;fyour ord days.and"the better satisfied _'theworld suitable' pravuioita Florida tea. trto kb.51,00 s
I r, yon can set ..1Gazette for cariylu*)lnia effect .IM povDle.e h tae per a
' will.be.: with )01I. .Erie, EmPtoyes of Itola Beotlom '100 Acres. *t' . J wb.erlplbo 190 for./ee5 '
,. : : I ,
; ( 4':.: IJ ;Magazine 1 'That Hectloa Sixteen'Oe) .ef ..:..; Artlele arpyy,
1r "';. ,'At \K1gS1mmee\ ; : : I", :!!' V>ree (8)) aball be amended so as|o read a*tolSectionIS. 100'acres,"a portion of which'ia in the '
tHEi'tOUIOA
: ,;, ;:'. a'46&-.h'' certainly i. exasperating Iwe. Yeah iaW-enacted, whether''b' city limits, at |60 per acre and on easy MONEY' BROKER: OR q:;

J' 'i. Z! )? i. <( '.v.ley to .....an' oPportwlit7 of making big, toe!Uatlver Icctelatare shall or embrace by the but people cue under subject the and I.> payments,- ,. : R.. D.' ,.I Wring A Co.: ,19.5. New York Syndicate will Finance I

',, quick 'money and then not L toe aMe to matter properly: connected ....._UIl. which > JIaII-- w._. jLleetri. ,'
t r ', "f iic; ii1 'tb.e.: take, bold oit,': We, paa't bur all the ubjeot shall be brlafly expreaeed in the title, Registration B6oksTlw < ... B.sds Stork." .MInlBa. .. ."Tim-'00._ ; .
good thing and and 00 law shaft be amended or revtoed lo Ita ooo.OO.DeI ..... P. O. , .
J we see, we are willing THOMAeON. t {
% tills oalT$has 1s.oe1 ease the eel. u 1'eYIIecIor : RejcistraOon Book. of ':floe. + --.
; tbls'coun- R.Prts..q ,
tlanti.8enUWee1C' to .
v LwaImSUta. '
paes'tbem'aloiig
YY to'our'friends. section, aa amended, shall be reruaoled anp J Ftaf' if : .
II. . Here' a aare:)>ne-rtllS acres all plattedand puMbb.d .t t.. S ty will be open on the; first, Monday I In ..J

k ii Ii t: "i ournal.teotlx : ready for aale in.fire-and:ten acre Three Tt'at: ahall be amended. tesO-(17). (eo))aa. of Is.told rend Article M top;; August, and will close ''the second Saturday".ln"October.ne' C3--O: I'tl:: &.,\

'I tracts/ located within 1C .. : '
,." 1" miles of;our books'' IS A
: ,J" passenger depot'on'and in-ejoaeprox. BaoliwaTr.Every kin phased fcy the Lef la. will be BiSBJ TttK'

J :.i' ) ..,. oy'.ari ivnlrv *A.flub best. he.nt'\ner In Oo latnre ahall .4.>.e. read brT. Its title: On Ito SM kept at i th."offic.of'thn: :; Registrar. , on a.k that Oota.Wl
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I '' ::': : uooae, naiesa onenira ot Main. : s cbo eSs!
temb.m E.
county. We are offering the tract m a LI resent deelre It read by BOB* street- S. KIMBER_ ?, .1str
i .. :t i rJ't. FOR ONL $l75i"' body a4'a'very''|attractiveprice..;;- No tlona.,, Every toP shall be read on three several 81 .try C-w; ; GRirTTN, Registrar.1 1 Tai 1!*'

,f . further expense i necessary to/-place l It' .siiwheseuoltbfmqbi ; : ( ,the.. -.1.-. ... i" t- -_-y. -( 4 .--.-:.-" j _-. *; +!eit crt ...MlrarBfWatches -t&c&S*

: on the market in small tract Svelte: It expadlent-toMMspenee with Wien" '&v.ry cf for ;
'..'r : ,24-ti' MSrealf.rJl; .Co bill shall be reafl by Us aeotlooson itaseoondrvadlog 'Tf'IKk'fa'rm Sak.No. .- vW. t.d
kId : ,, . : .;, =SL3en .
and
; .' IMS Itaflnal unlial 1 ao.r.W
: ,1 soeond teadinat paaaage, en Its .. 467.:=$3,000 secures a'.sG: Clocks :
,la I ; aur; Subscrip .tat 1'ti two-thlrda of the membeni room .: :
r .". >-., ; %' Notice./" *. l present Ui the JI osas'where .DeII bill may be cottage 'located'' en lot containing two .. sr.dptsssS5! a
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? ) aendlng shaU frvm t* expedient lo dlspeoae) of ,
: \' f: Regular'Teachers Examrnatlcwill with ibis rale.* The vote on the Dual acres land; within three blocks of n Jewelry" Etc. S2Stte.. 'm. .
l passage) .
tion. i Rlgfrt way' be '1 of every bill or joint ......Uoa shall be taken the 'center: of.the city.' 'This,.is .:fine y
s i : .1\.. \ held at.t. court boose on Tuesday. by yeaa and aa-va,to be on the Journal garden paoopo.ltIoa'wlth two artesian ," ' ',, 1 sswta:;;
it Sept. 3d b.gtnniog'Jprou ptly.at 9 of .oh Beuaei Providad That .. ,CmzXHS: aA1E BtD'OKISSIMMEE I r
t ;lor* srbudfed general re.vtakwoltkeeLtiralawa and wells on the property If end It the beat
1 t ) ita) .th Atlaita clock:faitn," 'Applicant.*' Will. provide: Ls properly '. ," :1ORoCllp } eves ue.d_.
::.r"blU cultivated. should yes esa
s-J-W.s aball not be. required *o be read by Crops pay" for .the .. . -n.ooa... -WIll NfnDd
,bRr.aLi themselves :with and Ink: bMB Ua enelpwga, aad)ta reading place within '. A t........ "F
.. . ,.. '. : may be two Iara. : cash proper .....L aVar.st6 ,.
-,, SLOO eximl! JMmII5 wEjltl' pdisP.utodiI. Y> ''ail..(.......vote. eition.-. *' T . -'/ ' . > (FLORIDA- '" ......", t
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A. 0A880N. President 51 O.: B-rN, SBORKTAKIfhe : ., ; -l :: y
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: :STATE L EWS AND i:c9 IEiTt j ''r> ' . .,.. --J"' ': ;'" I !

,; Waters &Carson; ; rt' "- A VtdF/'Sxl -- H HWe
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& 1J".Gr > *;:'! tw 4 r joeepb ;'NL 'Stripling\ well known greatest pride,. !I. tlie'layhtg'ewt ef !hi il. ; < : .
throughout" '' Florida; as ;a lawyer,and best golf course in Florida it his Sara. "' I. '
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; 'Q" any politician,"dlM blend reonviU., ,NtC.3aturdayandwaa sota horae reception'Was/ to 'agala '
: buried at Madi- affair at Sarasota. The brass have'for ale splendid 2O'afc> farm"belai,4aa. .:; r
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*.; : < band >:,, a : a : : r l, r1Nti! ; it!r .
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i+ j.fJ! 'if / ' ; .f. ion; Flsi..' Monday... Us !I. "arrived by was to meet:the "Coonei-'at: the eta >:!hontbecounty, eatr: has .'HcH., di4C"fsoHy'vWy'.:pi>iiu'< r';'' :),1fJ ; .'t.'I
; '' -Wbotesila;;'aid'ReUil Dealers In- ? I.1vif.; and two children by a former Lion, escort him'to'tbe)P lle Haven Inn, : about half..tat cultivation; new hou8tablee\ ,, eome"ljrtM J ( : "
wife, ;Mri Stripling served under and there the .town proposed to receiye ," .
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Q'Ff : three presidents'as district'attorn.y of bin t 'in 'state.: "'Few*towns' '''appreciate Led: put ,Splendld'proposition'I : . pace $1600UUBx'I .. : .11 r ."

bE.RIElL: the Southern;Federal Court, district'of their:worthy cftl n'IQ. such, measoreV.. . .&1" ,' ,1' '

41 .. Florida. ,He was appointed by BGnja- ---' ARM. rWe, .aJ. l have'lr'I the, e.4Int: :

.' ;, .. .: ',r' "- \ ,vein'11 arM lIOn" and served under Harrison Editor :Frank 'Harris, of: 'th.. tcaia . ,hood 20 acres flalh, 16'acres In I line I )tatepff',, ; cultivaori. :t';. I 4K':

r : :WE SELL: wI BUY I. ,,McKlnUy and Roosevelt; .. Banner a.....been writing from Waynes, , fenced and cross.f e'nee&. 4'acre. hog. Ught, for:''p&lwre, with r !' 'f'. 4running
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." vine N.' C. that. the fare'at 1 .
that um
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;. about bearing er'ove;
r Miami automobllUts orange'
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'A party of recently mer resort. Is.about; the' beat, he' has "'
,$: AY HlbES. 'J". completed journey from Miami ever'....." Come on the board; day:after' .5 room box 'ho\J"; :porches;, .e\o ra1."tiff.rent out, buildings} ,', ir. t y .

O'RAtti'.f'BRr1LtZ.ERS a to Montreal and return.fay way of Petrol dayt r'ormer Editor ,..Calboun'' of .the I 'chicken! house, ctiicken.ehed"r2 Grape.arbors- .lots'pf-guavas, a rq '
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,. r<'URS' ., / The p&rtleft'.Mlaml, ,June 17 Tampl Times has been writing1. about peaches Japanese persimmons: plum, ',berries 'and ,variousother ,1

r t,: I.. ' .' WOOL4; t. and made the trip 'upon 19'running' the same' kind of staff..from Sylva,' N.Cjlt .' fruits) ;a fine line of beautiful live oak treed surrounding _

..SHINGLES '. .. .' ,I/ . day. The,roads In'Georgia were the : .isevHent mag! NcC\ : ils! ) Jfee. f -
" ,' i o-hou9e;: also pretty, palmy; "fttq1led ;:magnollii:: ipd soft 4
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... ... .r. heatravased"excepttbe.eioiYork lacet4)when: you ,want to,be soreof .
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.maple about the.hous.AbOut' miles '
: ORANctni'OxES-: -f. "" : and Illinois. a meal.,. 2 from rth. 'center of a

..' : : .} .L' :'. t. square" town.. ,, Thls'place, ,can.1)) purchrsed. #for- $2500. ;' nfavori.bt..1': : j| '

ORANGE WRAPSVEOETABLE Jackson county is'prp' ring' for >a Mayor M anh of Fort'Lauderdaledoes : terms, ot payment'; ', i iT ir .". ,
COUNTRY1. ,
county fair this fall. Five hundred dollar
CRATES '' : ; not think It right the'State to .
7 v . ,. f' *'in prices will be offered. be compelled 'to dell all of.Its land in : ;
it
's' CRATE : PRODUCE: FLEMING HOME-Contains B acras. of rich fertile lord ,
... NAILS. . ' -. order to' finance .tlraiaage of ''the ,
'i; . 'J 1 . : ,Governor GilchrUt presided at a meeting Everglades, and :be .has addressed' about 40 young citrusrust ytrees bWde; 'peached; gTape'a.,': t
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k'' ff -- kinds. '' : "v' tl'( ,held, in Tallahassee recently: to organize letter to'the mayors of all the//towns' .different, kinds of'betrle./fin'llie' ; ,of>' prnameotal 'ahrubberv' .". ;
field .
"w. of '
seeds all .
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and garden :
'a branch>> Of .the Boy Scout. of : East Coast asking for and nl e le,.the house '
I and : on the a convention ; <<\ riowe/s, front' yard;;splendid 6 room ,' -
campinc
tie give hunting ;
out
special attention to fitting America, of business men to formulate some : '
. porch in front and on one *ide. outbulldincs; deep well of'pure ,. 1

:WJ partj.9. ..: Vy plan for legislative action.to. 'get, funds' soft'water.TTnis. property can be hftd,'llo.r:, $2100: ; ;t is (Inside'. : t
Frae delivery 1 In city limitS: Phone No: 12;, \ i:4':' :'the Governor iia called a special senion ?- to complete the work. fc " : .. .. .-
the city limiter '
a ''Wi are county agents! fo \eood fertillisrs.: Ask us for 'circula'and ,; of.the legislature.. to convene* at I"I ," I 1 'i
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the capitol October 1. The Immediate :' The'Crtrus County Chronicle.says that t, .

". 0 prlceson, fertilizers.Dizia..LeDiffl'S. . . > .', cause for' the can Is to'pass a bill giving the attack' made on CoL Lloyd'of that We have on fort Main:St a magnificent- home. locatedt""' ;

the city, of Jacksonville authority county for seconding the nomination of. on.83by,,ilSS (feet of'ground, 8 room' house. With' 2 bath rooms V, '' $ ?. '

buy Under waterfront,the ;Jacksonville'for municipal city charter docks.it tor Roosevelt.of. a paper was very' like unbecoming the'''Times-Union.an edi' .I ,'lots of closets 2 fire places splendid "porches ou t' buildings,' I.

I : :. ;IsIBIIIcE I$ : ; t flaEKcY' is now impossible the city to enter 'That's where.the Chronicle is wrong Is-convenient; aodcom'f: ortable., AIL In first."classcondition l :': ?- -5U

Into 'sucnnegouauona.A: special act It was;'very, becoming an-editor. of a ,'aaJr&tt, buggy ,sheiJ< ,,'stablewood, shed servants house eloV. 8" , t

1' ,The Oldest:.and Largest'tnsurane' 'e'A&eney'la Osceola. County of the legislature Is? necessary to give paper like tne Tim.a, -'Union.,'' ' I mice bearing orang'e trees beautilul shades on all sides bf' the ", .
'IREI'LlFIt' .. 'ACCIDENT HEALTH such authority. The Jacksonville Boardof ' house. This property
; fori'
;, splendid can be purchased $Z500 .
.. Jtf Citrus fruit Land.
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v : : -T. P9ella ire.-- 'Trade Inaugurated ,the movementand : .
on favorable: terms of paymet; iBest reasons'for selling.
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offered to the cost of the session. : ,
acres
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- -- pay No462-Seven %nd, one-half of .
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..It is not likely that the cost: of 'the best truck and fink land in' Bra: I "

.1 the session will) be so' paid'however; as simmee Park: This' land is )Jn proximity ,COTTAGE HOMEere We have avery ':pre'tty; ''home .. ,

I Long DistancePhone 296 the attorney general can find no aUthority to the lake. Call ;on Tns and we will with a beautifulvew! | of the' lake 6 !nice::rooms,; &',porches, \ j wnH
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Advertising'.is'sayiDg. permitting such *" thing.! put you in ,touch" with.the owner; you house In gopd,cora..tlon. /comfottable/pret\\y yardr.East, front.; ,

were can deal direct with him. This property beautiful'viewof; the Jake; good neighborhood.. Price $1500. 1 f ie
School bonds voted In Ft. Lau ,1s offered at a 'feat'reduetion I" r
*-. t right thing denial* by 70 for to 1 against. The from what land In. this, .locality Is.selling ,- terms If desired,. .* ,, ,, . ,* "*. -' *;0.- '.
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p'fe at the, right time ratio Sentinel of,progresslveness says this vote. represent'in the town.the' J IL M... 'BREAKER. .''& CO. BROWN .FARM,-40 acres t 1 land a* ;quarter 4 ; 'mlje" 'fromrailway.station' ),/, ,\ .

in the right way 'Splendid Residence, ,Cot.. 200 yards from'school' and church:;' .4 room,." r "
A party of Mexican capitalists havepurchased house 12 or 14 In cultivation) : several ; s
; .. ,: ,acres ; .bearingorange. :
463 large
Fine vacant
a Urge tract in the Ever- No corner !
w. make .Ittyy of preparingliterature' to trees most air excellent-citrus' fruit, land. $40 '
: planning ( The Ft.. Lauderdale Sentinel lot. 80x1474.feet close lake. Splendid Prices per
gfadea;;
and conducting for '
campaigns location, good neighborhood. We \
a Land Companies Boards of Trade MunicipallUea / predicts that the lands will soil. for $DOO are Offering this large lot at the "very' acre, favorable'terrns. ) of. payment.. .
', ,. and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN an acre when drained. low price of $400 cash. II.- M. Breaker .- ; .. .

It & Co. 16-tf In the same ,neighborhood i we have Vl., acres of land 100. : .. / 11

,4 I ADVERTISERS Mayor Warren of Palatka has decided 'Own'Your' Own Home. yards from the depot ponvenlent{ to school and church; nice 6 I

to try and put'on the Sunday lid. byclosing Itwon't We represent'the Provident ,Homes acre orange grove, .12 or 15 acts more cleared and ready .'to. \ ,
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the refreshment place*
.. up long Association of Tamps!; Florida,and can plant to oranges/ 4 room. house stables;'. excellent land, 25 '.-

i 4... TAIVIPA 1 rfLORIDA: last assist you in the purchase or building 'acres 'of.which Is fine for citrus fruits, balance lies' lower, In' .

r le-------Reel, = It transpires that' Miss Maud Miller or building for like of paying a home r.rit.which. Call you at can our 'the artesiah'belt,:"excellent; .fog tanning and trucking. JTWs .'
pay '
.. {(not Muller) Who solicited in Klssimmee office and we will explain the proposition splendid property has a very bright ,'and'"'prosperous', fut re. .

receUt.for' the''sale: of'books by one to you in detail.- Price, $5.. OO, time on $3.000, if desired.. ,\ f' 'k
: William Lee Popharo, is the wife of .1'. "
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Nelson Co.
STATE BAMR: Realty
OF
: RISSIMMEE sail Persons who
subscribed
: Popham '
We have many other farms ranches, orange'groves ..and '
r A. 1. at the behest of thi.Young woman were 1.\1 fruit and,Truck: land. "

.. f.( Oldest Bank la Osceola County' net/aware-: ..' of':,the r romantic"'relations I ''We have. five and ten acre' tracts in, city.property' for.sala.. . Correepondenceiollcited.NELSON' ., t", t

existing between the solicitor and the Park the most desirable ., .' T' '
Liberty suburban y' ,,f 1
Depository for' . Author whose works she so profoundly property on the market, which' ,. ', "" :
,. '4 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT .' STATE or FLoRIDA' mired.'< The-story of their romance we are offering for your considerationat / '

4l I CoUHTT'or. OSCEOLA r CITY' or a KIBSIMMEE&' :, : ,,'' ;"jiA,- ,;i was printed one_day"last' week: in the be prices pleased that to show are attractive.these tracts We to prospective will- , REALTY. : ; COMPANY. .
; "1W' j, ; r"S"u 'V.; : Atlanta where Popham and his "
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'CAPITAL STOCK FULLY PAID.,. ,: . ./;,. .. .... ..*..,$5OOOOOO'- bride made papers their way to the center of fail to see purchaser this property at anytime.before purchasing. Do not i, :,Over Citizens'. Bank<. KISSIMMEE,;'FLA. 'I ,' t' ,

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SURPLUS ''' : ;, ,-> '" the spot light by refusing to reveal the .' as it has the advantages) of 1
if 'hTOCKHOLDBRS<< : *'j I LIABILITY... . . . . _, .; .., .. 60,000.00'DEP05ITORS'SECURITY fact that werelegally married, close In and on' the'', very fleet "s pave . .' a, is

I '' '. . J. . ".,,v-. : ... S13O.OOO.OO they road In the county convenient.to the ": .
't while their conduct was such as to lead city school and churches. Five acre. ..
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INTEREST:PAID. IN' SAVINGS"DEPARTMENT people'/suspect, aa much.Popham tracts $260 and $300. ,' . < "
; of the 24-tf ',H. L'Breaker&Co. :. ,I' r I"rydZ
SAFETY DEPOSIT: BOXEs' FOR RENT was ,rre.ted.at one ; leading .ho iNNNNwNMNNN- "
.' tels and took a ride In the patrol ; : :,
wagon I Modern Up to Date Home., t .IJ.I !I'
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: ,;,,,c. A.c.n.., .Ja. M. L eVicaPres't 'M. K.Uid NB.; Carwa, I before he: would' ,,acknowledge that he : ':No, 464-$3b00.-New; modern;,, six- EMIL.MAOH t.aear4 ..;, .1,ERNEST. MACH*,'.< R .\ R
; arid the;:young lady wenindeed[ husband 'Act.l Oil c. ,:. '
Pres't Vice-Pres't, Cashier '
bath hot and '
i..' . / . . and wife. .He""'promised the:Atlanta room cottage, lavatory .. ..,... ' 't'J"t
:: ; ; cold; water 'electric-light :.beautlfal ) : , .; ..... ,,
papers' that he would let ith.mImow"wheq' M4a: : ..cL.: SRO'T ,
expensivelmantels nice ;; 1.' .
... he'waa"'nllini new,,furniture
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."JOHN. '" STETSON- : UNIVERSITY.. ; that known time his to'. great be d.f.rred'antil':secret ,to the he world.could: for rugs.occupancy, Honse:,furnlshed Large lot complete, 83x1474 ready feet,, >Liyery: Fee4;and. Sale Stable' :.::; >?' .:L{} '

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on which :are' twenty full bearing'or
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make a neat In a new Paradise for his Internatlonnl'Harvesting ,
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'a, t LinCOLM : "trees.,. Located In 'thre..aDd a : : : .
ange ; 1
fteTampa .
SCHOOL' bonny At last he found .it . '
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.'TtEBEST i half blocks of the' tofflce, On.beautiful ; '. ,," '
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Think of that:I and.he poured : : \
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Terni . Verona 'street, in- the yei3r.,best ' I. It/i.> ..
,Seed TheM to Hteteo Fail.. Begtsw Sept. 25 '. out his'soul in sqnflr.. which ..ai,reprint* S." '\ '' Jf'-. ,
.{. ,j'. PnfcMOraand iMtnotoM. .,........ Ubrer. Ayer neighborhood. Call and, let''as .boW '' ; "
f Everything andfirat"c1ass ; .
ed the Tribune In new : render :
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V: 17 tlnhwnlt Coil...., by Tampa, Sunday's < -1 prompt! and,. v: (
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r ....IIII CINc....*...a..udly.Tree, \ ,.''''..... Tai h.aktf<_ haul'. Popham says'his wife.is'a Inter.maid you this' beautiful .home., Term. on :' ,. ?satisfactory-service day"or nigb,.i ' ''y: ' "i' >
1.tud.a. LAM O.II.e..d BWII If desired. :
'' part off purchase) price;
Eadowncnt: Prepua A..d.mjr and, man) ;other'things''hat. a + 'r' .
I.011IO.000.00 tort' .
/ > tf IL M. BRJtAKBB A Co.v ONE HALF &L.OOK:: :FROM'.PASSBNQER, DEPOJ:) '
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II'. j .I sib< )VotutiM U Ubfmrr, . r. tome 8ehoel Mwhwita. man'''erazily' in Jove maj be expected tosay. ;: , .e :(
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\. r1.j>.e.onr-........__ ........ ArUMttMeO : Kissimmee Fl .
t'i, .i.aw rr.....o-t.-t.- t .=of efnArla. I.l.t. 'There1 are several,. Jn'Klssimmee I.' New: Bungalow.; : 4 : -. ,ire, 113 >Z' ,.' .; .
yy... Don..t.rtee..,....r.. ..4 ....'110_.. c....,.. tri.latre jo testify that she's'.good book"aaantand 0 .1,'
.............. ............. ""r""'...0114..$ _tert.a. ........_ b as helped'',William Leeto 'make No; til-New broom<<;:' bungafow on I NNNNNNNNN N 'NNNrAt.eluAtrAtrAttlbrierlkrMeluer (>., l '
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'veryuindifferentlotof'literyatom !lot,:60x149 feet located'within three Dn. e
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JOHN'B.STETSONUNiVkRSITY': :; '' JE tANDFLORIDA' '.,"' blocks: ofilroadwa7S the.main ; ;. ; : : 'I', : ': j ;
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Ugh schools :Price $1400.; ; 1oi "
. '-. .. . . '. Hn__., The'BrooksviU.I.ght'and" Power;Co.' J I I Feedand ', ''''yI'.4: ,! ,"i" _" ,,
: "r'C-7: has'taken over. the Brooks-rills' waterworks >4tf H. M. Breaker'm Co., Livery 1< V
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THE'rA.> UNIVEASITY : and, lee: ''plant and will : \ ,
WOllEN : operate :
FlDfllOA STATE C9LLE6E frt( ,
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.. Bargant .Tweaty.Acres: .
:t11ilp1tur, FUIHII'; . '. them*hereafter.' Brooksvflle is'prom: .. :' j ( .

u.......N.....,III,1EmUEI. m.iit12....., ..... 'Cot......;Iris T&IIA'III&.ad. Sea.N......... Sohool teed a'day current and improved service', 'Twenty; acres of- land.'le" .a than*one ..ALK'NDS'O. ,HEAVY' HAULING:, '. 1 , ,
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or f...H..... ease Me .. with f.lA-mrtm DnmUmtmt.School of Marac. all rouniu Bradentown n is another, proi'tresstve mile 'from' postofflce,: IAroo4lopitka! : \,,A SPECIALTY't. ". $: '
III. marl_a.tar ere 8ebolarb at &h..tsal.e.t.1h .......I....... school DwtmMMwItk of Art. akoolof Krt Em.l..lor......MvMoa.Uom.EOMM town that'wlf) soon' have eleej for a snbd\v ision.! ; 'Can be had,:for,..(65pXr'acre t :' ''f. 't / K'
.J AttnotlT MunpM NwU. tlf ol............ b.TtUd JkxiUdW* ud 11.'Ih,1'altMa" ...--.... trio I current. 24 boars In:the.dayv .K"p.WarIng'Co.;: l>Ltf ' New supply of 1,1' /Agent for the 5 : ); :: ;<1r iJc f
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'Gainesville.
Tbe'-president of
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al, 1lS: Ull ego; FLORFDpS.OLDfS1'.COIIEG 1 that, they' plant "e1oaed'cIow: :,,m..two- .. ..........,._._' .........._. __..... ....,_' _. _, _. _'_... .WrJW, grrr. ..__, rMs' ?' '1'f,/. '.,,.\ x' I ,, "

} ,,, ; Wnfr.n pAi+K; ;,FLORIDA. ;; metropolis of middle''Florida-,'... .the long blasts of whistle. .. 1. ?; >' a'.. ,',:!ot\I! ,"" ",1, t
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School Schoo/ Gainesville Sun denominates .Ward No. 8. ; ' '
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DeceTttfleetsCollege, ''Academy..' ot Music of Fine'' Arts town, "' '
M! of Expression, ,School of,Domestic, and Industrial Arts. Ba.ln.... e.hool, is to be ,in ..the dark,'and all;because blasts' of whistle.8ti. : ' : : \ '
far Teacben.. '. ,' .. ::... l the city would rot trade,,with the power No,'472-Truck farm.,.' This! property , ; ; : : ,
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1 CMltyy-Twenty: Profeaiors and Inttructorsprepared'. in ,the-fofomoet' company,and decided to erect ,_ plant adjoins .the' .city limits;, jusl:outside; '' : : : t
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,.ersities Tof America and )Europe*:;: ; ' -' -, --i. 't"
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Jacksonville,1 the famous !Florida Heights; *, In one of the most.beautiful I "'" 'taxes,'con tains 6) 'acres, ..fine 'flowing ;." : 'f''' ;;" ,'
[healthful. tpwns In the South; no malaria. ,' ;. Now,'' in. .Sarasota; ltb.i'dO! things well splendid soil and In high state of '; Cement. 'and Concrete: & . :t \; t

.Milal. .as. -Ten commodtons and attractive buJJdjne-'Sdenee; Hall costing properly; The friends of Co *'Gillespie 'cnltrr>tkmVr. Can be bought i at,a. bargain ."V t< ft.: ,.: .., .,fli ,. ; '
X) now I in process of erection; a campus of 25 acres, sloping to Lake,Vii '' : ./ .J.'" ", :'. : : J _
hare been'making 'plans'to gfrei him pricerneluding'present$ pnmlrcroP.ooX Work "f'aU Kds: .f'i; .
which Is connected by navigable canals with three other lakes; separate } ) ,., "
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1 1xeem for each stud.ntt.lectrie. .lights }irs protection;;'.quarter.eta mj lI.endowment. I. and hU,wife a reception upon their... ; terms .of:paym but :We ; ;;,:r : : ,' ''.'; !. .', "I, "". .JI1... '1
: ''. tarn from 8ootlandvCoC:; 'SIDEWALKS. _A' ,& & .-S. "'! 'fiI'. ;. ..
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:4: a member of.the'Queen's Horse Guard, Can deal Direct with bina,; This property If '1.' 'I:7io''RIdenee..U
'Golf links and are as fine as in the 1 '
gymnasium any lM.beKtt.Ste.i .
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rroe&WyCbrttran. bat undenominational m spirit and cowltro ., -. and WM at tae time mayor of.Sarasota. Is desirably. located.;spJetidkl soil and ... . ." ., .,-''.'. -, ." ,;(\;.,"'WIJI{!:1: "'.'.fl'

-.7'1- J 'fwoerataesi.adaee.i His men notable 'achievement, however a.,money; jnaker; '.. If)'" J ":: ' I.. _, u'.. "o: .. ,.' . ., ':,; .:'.*'. nenr,.....DMnttaatf, ' Ave'', \.. "f t. ,:;J.A '
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: . '"', IN ors: have neither,ties for the railroad!,
it of ; 1. for the ,sawmill nor turpentine :
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&I THE:LITTLE ',ONE I' Uu distiller, Homes iindlnve.stinents
WORTH
.?" We don't advertise our prosperity for

.Is.sale from all tie deadly germs of .the 'Lo1lte- r while, ., for'the reason that we think''our- '

,'sleeping order a --- ..Just mm good as other people, and in DjxielaniLlHaving t

,., being where wet can beat enjoy. X.
TAR HEEL WRITES '
to our owa.atisfaetion.

latch-etnng I.< not hanging on

outside of our door simply because Implicit faith in the future of Kisslmrnee, "--we hava

Fine Climates Pure don't have any use for the article, made it our home. We have built up a business of which:we feet]

.ductive Lands C If you should give us.a call, a gen proud and trust by honest, fair dealings to merit a; 'continuance(: : ;*!,

and ,Pleasant hospitality is extended to alt who" ofa1ar portion of the.real estate business, in; this section., ,lfl|
our threshold. favored section of Florida forthe1
desire a home In the most !
you
nl ,- In politics we are Democratic, but smallest price; that property can be sdcured for, we invite you.. to,
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foolish enough to juarrel:: with those '
The following letter call on us. J Vl
i the Home and Farm advocate the' cause of other par *. We offer Vacant Resident Property Improved i City Profe-H)

;: i. f fq uvula,. ,and,, -was copied ..: Our''religion is good will to all. arty TruckFarms, Orange Droves and Colonization'' .Lands. aril'

a i e g11N per::;' ', Democratic rooster' is just as proud lowest prices to be obtained. !
his found' in 1
ancestry as the one .
Editor Home and Farm!J"
several 1 .and when he sees Captain "
It ha. ,been II' ,
'. boat passing he flaps his ..
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wrote a you., and crows at the top of his No. C01-An attractive home In Plneditle No.429-Large lot on which i IslocaU l
Guilford North
x count outside of one .ev.nmom'and one three11JUsebmrlrtl1nmr.1r1fRbUd
.. Thig rrpjertyjto ju IIt -
: -Hurrah---Hom-day-Stan. :
W ESTBROOK BABY. PROTECTOR l now in Osceoja ; "; city llIDTtihlililIiI'o,> ; 'iTUfIIe\ "wn
'. came down here on is two-story and contain eight rooms electricity, has toilet and kitchen sin
.I mother's and wlfe' he J : postoffice, Rosalie is on the op ulastered and hard oil finish, two small/ house also has sine and toilet.
) side,of the river, in Polk county; porches, fine well and large barn. will sell this as a whole of separat
1, a little over. eight' JIIoJ i This house Is located on a live-acre This property is well located, will
ONLY$1.50'aad. : $.200. Can be n.ed a twenty Minute sail from our
any' place.
very fine climate, with ; / tract, with beautWul view of the city 10 per-cent" on investment If
cold here / We are not expecting to have lHiiedo citrus Price of both houses $2,00011 I',
.'' Call and i never gets ; and lake. Land is a>
g see them at
big town built In out neighbor- "
in winter;,can plant fruits and trucking. This property can d
and wouldn't thank anybody for be bad lor S3300 on very favorable No.,-434-Fine tract.of 4Qaere., J
but the best "
KISSIMMEE URNITURE round build- terms Will introduce customer to short distance beyond city limits
[ CO. to cut our land into
: ; make money .is' from up owner and let them deal direct. Shingle Creek road.' Close to sole
lots.. We can reach'.Kllllmme, by
.: March. high school, churches and market.' I
.f, .' The best land to''buy river inabout''' three hours, and as No. 463 $4:000.-A beautiful six. $30.00 per acre. Terms" on part"If <

'. hickory land that!ia dry Gazette coma to us once every room cottage, new and up to date, asbestos sired. -

stand\ on It; It fa:the ; we can ,watch. Klssimmee' grow bath room roof,, toilet all modern two lavatories conveniences, hot, No. 437-We are off.rine'lOm. v'

, : have. ,Anyone coming its columns and cold waiter cabinet mai.tel electric desirable resident lots located! 'tl.' ..
to buy good pr.nge in abundance is within easy lights. House furnished complete, including blocks from Court House on nice hii
l/ Dow a
Round Trip RatesV You but as this is only'one of many piano. Nice flowers and shrub elevation, for$300. Alley in rear of i
grove. can plant these lots Cash, or short' time '
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in yard. Large lot, fronting 1471
r +) place. that exist in ,this county bery .
,
have a good crop the feet on Verona street, extending back us show you these Iota. '
i ---VIA-; i 'taken of.; leave the subject: open for some feet A home delightful ;
," are. care 117 deep. splendid No. SOl-An attractive borne l
else to cover It. REX. location. Terms can be arranged "
1 here fine
are some dale. This is
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property just
half of purchase price. outside
ATLANTIC. COASTLINE O[ sceola is one of the on city limits, on high ground.' Housed
Property must be seen to be appreciated. -
ties in the United. Kissimmee two-story and contains eight rooms..i
an Example. Let us show it to you.
; ; plastered and hard oil finish .
of .down ti
4 .. FROM 'KISSIMMEE people come (Tampa Tribune.) fine well and
i" ,, ,. No. 309. Splendid new 6-room house, porches, large barn
and winter and
people \
a.
I Board of Trade of Bradentown is house Is located on a fiveacnwith
4: $41.65.....New York and Philadelphia. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31 st ly all the time. On the out a handsomely illustrated just lot contains inside city two limits acres, of fine ground deep, well good, beautiful view of the city al

$57.65-Baltimore and Washington. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31st. can get overflowing wells.This entitled "Bradentown slid What new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, all and lake. Land is adapted This to citrus'frnil

; I $$50.16-r-Chicago, III. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31st. is the rainy season ; ." The cover is embellished for under small good truck new garden fence.or poultry Fine; 'location ranch. had for trucking.(3.800 on very property favorable can ten I

/. $65.25-Denver, Colo. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31 st. have every day a shower; a street scene in that beautiful this is a fine proposition; where you will Will introduce customer to owner. i
a good breeze let them deal directNo. <
v 1 and a cluster of oranges. The will have the freedom of the country, .,
.
r $96.15-California points. Sold daily limit Oct. 31st.q Have fine '
w fishing: and throughout is of a highly in- yet close enough to enjoy all the ad- '
---.--- ---- a fine climate for kidney character'and the illustra- vantages of the city, such as splendid limits.. 303 This-Small farm inside'of cit

? Excursion Rates to' Various Points Furnished on Application) trouble and rheumatism.I very well selected and artistically etc.high school Price $16OO., beat markets, churches, acre tract within propertyconsistaofaflv a quarter of a mile t

n have bought a very Osceola High School. Small bouse, fin
afro
OVERS ALLOWED farm four four-inch flowing well/, land all In
miles. culti
Board of Trade of Bradentown FIVE!: city lots on which is located a
Fast.Trains Steel Pullmans Dining Cars i and will move on it also subscribed for five hundred nice new five-room cottage, fine view this vation.direction City lots is building will very fast 1
; loon command
it of the lake, cool breezes. This prop-
troves on one nine of the Bradentown Journal for erty is located close to the proposed good price if owner should desire at i an

; For reservations or information, call on nearest Atlantic eight''acres ; about 100 ; term of three months, to be sent electric line, on high level lota. A time to sub-divide and ..//I' It for

Coast Line Ticket Agent, or am building a home on it interested Florida. This is bargain at $1600. Let us show you this, dence purposes. Price $ .f OO., t

T. a.-BEAZLEY. J. G. KIRKLAND, It is fine oak and hickory plan which has been followed property.No. No. -Fine garden and pool '

I\ Traveling Passenger Agent.; Div. Passenger Agent olate subsoil.St. a number of years by the town of 229-A very desirable 4-room proposition. This place contains t
:\ -Tampa. Fla. i Cloud is a fine ; which baa been sending the cottage located within one block of acres, new 6-room house with pon
Would be glad to have 8 to selected list of Osceola county court house, in best residence in front and one side; fine artesian .v..
Gazette
pie a section of city. House is new, with pump.on porch. Choice, locatii
I come and buy near throughout the country., Bra celled throughout: city water; lot 73x for small truck or poultry farm. '1
r real estate agent. Land has now adopted this plan and 1471 feet. Price $1,260. Let us show land if subdivided Into lots is worth U

to (250 an acre, Tribune believes it is a good one. this cottage. price asked without any Improve menu

provements. Groves sell Journal under the able editorship We are offering this property", foi
: BUSINESS LOCATIONSNo. $1,650; terms on i If desired; To
: have part
FREE INFORMATION (1,000( an acre. 1 J. H. Humphries, is a persistent town is growing in this direction'an'
lake 122 We have in the heart of thebusiness
front on Alligator -
; will
consistent booster of its town and property enhance in.value'rapidly. : '"
and catch .S'W section some very desirable '
out fish and
and Editor Humphries will In- I vacant lots which we offer for sale. "
GROWERS time I want to. his activities in this direction in These lots will enhance in value very ORANGE -
: This Is a cattle of the special: circulation to be rapidly. These are a safe and profitable GRO'VENo. (
,
investment. Price and full informality 383-Twenty-rive-acre oranU
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of cattle are shipped .
", his paper. The scheme ought to to interested parties. grove: all under good fence. RallroT
We make a specialty of' giving practical .directions ,for the ter and milk are very ; in interesting many people in this runs through grove; station adjcflnU

management of soil and crops, including control of insect and 20 cents a gallon; sweet of the state. No. 471-A20.acrebome. This splendid property; good school and church wit

,JI"", . ; disease troubles. If you are a new'settler, or if your crs.p3. in the a gallon ; butter from bright,.newsy paper, coming'every property lies 2 miles north from that quarter can be mile of property. All crt,

.' '/ : ;, ;: past have not entirely met your expectations, wri* \e-us in detail pound; eggs 20 to 40 ; or every' day to the Northerner town with, is practically fine chocolate level subsoil rich dark 16 acres gray.soil this place. grown If you in desire Florida* a do home well <

Sri;r''ofyourworkanditlsurroundinis.' '; .. \1' t';' young chickens 35 Uv; 60 ; I. for home will do ; 'Florida write call
, ,,? t > \ looking a new, cleared and in cultivation, the remain- or on us quick, as I
.',;, .,:f' I .-Remember.there, is a-remedy preventative for'almost old ones from,00 to 80 to interest hinT in the town and ing 4 acres fenced covered with a good property will not be on the market I l_

q'f 1 every trouble.. The information which we send out !is based on Kissimmee.,Fla., R.. ,from which that visitor comes growth of pine timber with some scattering at the price named. This property; <
< are offering for a abort time for 6C
oak: about 11 acres of nice S12,,.
over,thirty practical experience supplemented by the ,, of circulars bales of book- young
years tons or thrifty grove in bearing, besides a number Will sell as a whole or divided into tv,
careful scientific study Hundreds of1' growers are most'l: eobbia of fine Japanese persimmon trees, parts if desired. c

f ,. service, but we want.to reach a.still greater number. Test some peaches, mulberries, blackberries
citrus Fruit
success ofthe growers is the, foundation ,of prosperity '- two kinds of grapes and a few bananas, No. 416-Very desirable ''vacant1containing !-,
The buildings are comfortable, but not three acres, outsidlcltr
'entire State, o My .last article/was convention of citrus, fruit grow- 10'
limits
in West .Ki.. _
,lf of great value, consisting or a box good
TOOMER CO. accordance with arli at Gainesville,,! August IS .adopted house of 6 large rooms, porch, several place to start poultry farm or t.ruc.*.
WILSON ,&, FERTILIZER It[ was laid pn the table : for immature fruit, ..'101.. outbuildings, such as grain houses, tool warden. Close to churches and school.) |
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TMauufactnrers: -" here; until it was too .: and wagon sheds stables, etc. One A bargain at $175. ILet us show ,voiithis --1
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.. i IDEAL FERTILIZERS ' '- [ tion to be carried by the ..,.,All round oranges showing a deep artesian well and one surface well. lot. ,
This land adjoins the finest .
,:, < 'JACKSONVILLE,.' ftit' ; Our little jsland home test of one and "twenty-five hun in the country, growing on orangegrove the No. 381-A 20-"$ore'treot )located'marl "

"" ,1 r" I'' iI Oos'ed ,in 'its nature to, ((1.26)) per cent or more ot acid, same kind of land. All kinds of crops road two miles from depot
I 1 I I I tfedea and Persians;, ''d as citric acid, shall be consid grow encouragingly on this land and it'St. Cloud'road.: Property that ;go,
\ i' ,; ,'. ,:. .. sire rainy it,' is immature." is the prettiest place for a borne in this house and three-acre. orange strove
r ..., '. "j',.' ..[ ,. .. < le&lon.. aa section of the country. There Is a fine bearing. This will yield .'
'kJI 4" . water, but when .the:;'' ., Provided?, however that If line 'of forest trees on the outside of 1000 to 1200, boxes grove jot ea,

-. ...,. .,loo'. '" .. I dry,weather comes it 'fOw.ror shipper) ,shall consider the fencer with a beautiful palm insideof year Suds o ent l land.cleared oranges,'and icultlvatlob

"ih"'Y'. ,< '. t 1 4 .- '- ,. ; ,, .. I ation' d ''becomes a fruit mature >be shall have the right the yard, also some thrifty cedar to Increase'.grove to twell
.., 0.. l ins all)-.the Advantages from the field test to the state trees, maples, magnolias, live oaks and or fifteen acres, and at same time "
several other varieties of shade .,
treesand be
opening the seat chemical and it yielding any garden track desiiir
l.t for a analysis,
ornamental
: shrubbery and
i flowers. in
> : search of propersytetwill bri
; \ communication land cheQnlcal analysis ,.hoWI that.the We want to introduce you to the owner results this fall, &nd at ail.times wt
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':':.w'fj' 11. ; : ; ; FLOYr. : D \ r of Canoe creek;;_,There ,by\weight of-the",rtotal su- of this land and let you buy direct. You" extending new grove;/ Investigate tl

,::M . .* "' ," gain derived from this, ; ... invert sugar,',be seven times or can buy it at a bargain and on favorable ,This property Is convenient" to<< to*
,., j > : [ terms of payment.No. has
't '>; 0i' '. f '. !Jon. We haveplenty( than the weight of the total acid marled road on' one aldlp' n.. "
\ Price
., $4.200.
,., : ..; .." 1''r /" . [ es and other kinds of acid; the fruit shall be deemed 45>!)Twenty acres located in Park A wvNo. '

\\' ,' ,..,\,," ; -< '"/ .- :* ., 'Sells the'' flee, the 'young; dueb ."/ . .. i>''", '., ,,": Gardens; five,acre. In, cultivation, ten : 402--Fine! 20-acre: orangegjfveleated ;
'. ,"t" " M1'; '''!' '' ,", ... ., w ,. lake thewater, the : .,,., '.; .. ". ,a ." This is conceded to be the best tract In"P.rk and churches. This consH
.
J, . We are' not''troubled shall be mixed property
.. five
.
o' .: ,21.\ I average oranges Gardens, owned by a nonresidentwho of
: forty of I
)0 acres land; acres
; twenty
"'.t< ',' t k ;::: ... heat, save a few bouts which a composite sample shall be desires to sell., We 'will' furnish which ism '
bearinlr"
-h. ,':''l.- ; .' ( II,Best, .GrQeeFiesKissimmee '\ ?From daylight.until, for the field test.". you with owner's address and 'you can fruit trees, ten acres- additional r u
.f.; l lJA" deal directly with him.- The price .is attractive and in
: :" thermometer will range' :, That the!,,Juices of not less cultivation; :good: five-room t,
: and terms can be secured ,
: fJ: ,.1 degrees; after that time I twelve average oranges: 'shall 'J be of r -on ',tage; two deep wells., -This .is. an I Icenent
purchase price
part desired.
!; .! location
: : where wiilfcl
: i ; :, ] "GR I rtFEED; com..' somewhat? from which:shall_ be,drawn r a the freedom of country::fife you with-
.. the 90's but sample for' anal 'No. 458-Ten aces dJolnlng"Cltl''
'. .. ." up{Jn > only laboratory. wnc n be i
I. .. ', .., for about hours ; .", limits, on the Orlando bard road. Land onv short notice. See this
. pi
il if deared, fenced and''
+ 1 .' ;Fla.' .' I' :. accompanied 'by just wu recommended 1, tiy.th. commit- plow. The elevation ready high, suitable foe the '_on before: part purchasing j- : Price, $9,8.... r ; ,

I i , ', 4I ... I' moderate,the temperature that the,tests be made of immature. for citrus fruits and trucking.This 4" .
scent to the 70's, and It i I ident as the city. No4684Ten: acre farm locatedmiles I
+ J that the nIghb' are too months of September October, No- purposes expanding ; ,
rapidly, A bargain at $1200.00. from postofflee, under new'
i
4i' ..... freshing alumb r. ..and ,mbert",,, : ". proOf.'wire .f.nee. two-room eoto
,, ... , OCXMOOOaJLCAKSON. Milk in abundance Is No,"469-Five '''acres Inside-city;cleared -:: 'fine artesian well of water,*9M. 1
., JU\.A.CKAJfVDIUX. L G LIIRa.A.ed : four cows dependent on .N'itx'Nftlne'gose ,to,lake.. fenced and plowed ready for culti-;deep. between five and six'acres' .a
ate for vation. ,This tract is nearth. Aultman 'eds bead of poultry and.furni*
'T.f'r; ; thelz"8UPPOrt ; .; -A new 6-room cottage, two farm. on high ground1000.00, takes lu .the house goes with the,place
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.. + .. V /.. 'I. OJ chickens furnish;:;our,, [ Iota: 60x164 feet each- splendid S6OO; terms on garb of. 'mt..ha,! .'
ixy Mr,' Cobb's splendid of;artesian' water, fifteen bearing; No. 443-Ten acres located: ,'in.' i Park' If, .de.lred.. '. ; >

a : -' KISSIMMEE' LUMBER :CO and earful', trees. Call and see'thispropo Garden, all under good new fence land 'i - t.,. t" '.. ,
: . Indoor".ta)' 'both .. plowed fine flowing well. All ready to No.-4'l8'-W.' have two,.eight"
Er ; -" I Ij : Price 1200.. get on and start,*crop without any delay. -, hou...., suitable for rooming or f
: \ ble.,, Fish ,ar plentiful, H. M. Breaksr Col: .,-. We can offer this ten.acres with Jng purposes; they have electric 1
sire a sail, on,, the' lake the above improvements for the same,.1'water and sewer. connection; '
; N 'RoDgb. and Dressed craft are'at hand In :: ;Truck Farm for Sale. price that unimproved land is being sold in splendid 'reeideat'eeetlono(*
f And furthermore < for in this tract : Our 'price 100000. ,and we will show them to'
.l we 467.-$3,(XXX-secures a aix-room you.i
.Terms on Dart if desired.. r price are '4
reasonablete
*asyj;< ,
: other' ,
Flagler or any 'loc.tedJ on'lot containing, two .11 ,j
i ; PiNELUMBER: ; ex:{ n
Everything; .is Just as we ; 'cen: er of,the dty, This is a fine &CW
I r BREAKEROyer :
". \ ._ ,i ". ter i communication ,1s proposition, with .two' artesian IJ.M; .

'\. I '.: 010'and .here is a better w.lisomtpe: ,..property; ; if properly

1 ' '' ;,:, IIQUSA.BILLS: ': : A SPEC1ALTr ",' .the surface of the water . ,,,.crops: mould, pay; for ,the -,, OsceolalPharmacy,J>> ;: ::ra- 'a a
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; ; , J nary: nisi 'can oare' .;;; 'within t'O.ean.! : .:; .A .cash propo ''KISSIMMEE :. ?' "

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JpROVIDENT '. I 1
HOMES 'ASSOCIATION '
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.Kissimmee, Flau. Aug. 19, 1912. count ; ,, t
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Mr. Ji F. Wfflson. State Agent v week : :' : ; '" r,
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of
Provident Homes Association *<' a
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: Tampa Fla.- I Mr. ;
Dear Sirf ,
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the 1 j 1.S

) On June the 25th I'sent you check paying, my duesto of vea .

,,; qualify for a loan from the association,',and in less than i gage in
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thirty days I had notice my loan was ready'for,me. with t
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w'. I -wish ,uT thank, you and the Association 'for- the ably ''
here., ;
: promptness- -and kindness, you ,,have. shown. .me_. in' our'. _. ,i ; sff',
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dealings. aid
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As
Yours truly, ;
weU-wi ,
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.: Z. W. Bass.

;,. sented, ,
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We load money to buy or buildomes or take up'real e.ts'te mortgages 'noon.' ; I

:' at4.per cent Interest: ',For full Information address ' I .,, 9s
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WILLSON & COBB and ,

';.:;' State Agents for. a et,
Provident Homes Association Tampa, FILf til*the 'I 1

.Bank of Commerce Building. | he.did
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aware
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Williams and W W. Luce Delegates i I well

*, WILL URGE ACTION from the Ft. Pierce Board of Trade to, Mr. \

the convention of delegates to organize 1 1
t' NEW'VAULT a State Chamber of Commerce liv.Kissimmee.TlmqKlay. ;: the
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; FOR .- The.car was driven several Jb

1 by Thomaa.Ty'te,.who looked the part. f'tha
The party left Ft. Pierce early Wednesday -. and

} $ CONSTANT DANGER morning confident that' they of hearty his APRIL 19io .''I'.
would span the distance of about a hun I r;, ;
: dred miles between Ft. Pierce and Kissimmee te: was ,

; 'Matter Likely to Come Before oefore night, and would be on see wanted all ,' : t,... ,

. Board' of,Trade to Urge Com.missioners hand story early of enterprise Thursday and morning enthusiasm with that a and your. banking business i s';:'.');'j'\M.4,:'\ {.: : .' ,- '

to Act. would enliven the delegates to an and '' "" i
appreciation
that will receive .
y" : '
you ,
n- of what a live board of trade watch \ ... ', f+' f,(,', ,
t, It Is likejy' that toe Board of Trade can do for a guod live town. dear to consistent with : '>>' H . i
I A few miles out from was : .: "
Alackadayl .
-wiD take action.urging the county eomtnissioners '' "
to build a new vault for the Ft. Pierce they began to encounter master \ conservative banking.' ;...." 't 'f'{: r

1 i safe keeping of the county records. trouble; there was all sorts of trouble, the ,', : ' .
\1.; Although the commissioners have had but more water than anything else; The : ,,i(;', ,,
", the subject brought to their attention swollen streams, sloughs, bogs, mires, the ,* >*" "* ,' '/

i repeatedly they have as yet taken no swamps lagoons, lakelets, reservoirsand and is SMITH CasbJer'
A.
'' To baptismal founts. Several times it W. ,
: action to build a new vault. provide ,. .
), 'the protection necessary for the county became necessary to call in the motive Ma '"

,records, a new vault must be built. power of mules and oxen to extricate gift, Directors: "I ; ";:' J" ,.
f: There is no way to enlarge the old their trusty machine from inundation ; given, I Vies Pre.ldeat ,, \
which H. M. Pfana, 1st, , ;; ., ,
t r J ijrralt and make it adequate: to the many times the engin pnMswere extinguished I "t' ,,' ,
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'";Keeds. The vault facilities have been and first and last 'a goodly ) ,. 2nd Vice Presideat1 ;i ,F:

F crowded ant out of date for years. bunch of fish were captured, three fish years'Line N F. W. HILL CD. CARROLL', .- y

1.. The vault was Installed when thecourtj' being taken from Yte radiator. .. "
,' house was erected, a quarter of a century The party traveled at the rate of en I ;0'

t ago, and is entirely Inadequate to thirty miles a-day and arrived a day of ably his ,.., pass upon die title to all real estate loan'

,-.A.h. needs of the present: day.. It is be- after the ,Florida SKate Chamber of ,
; ,
"'i'-- Commerce had been perfected, but tbe -
lleved that the commissioners realize .,1
;the;need.,' but that such pressure is I.'r Interest of the delegates (the, organ ii'r I i ,
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brought upon 'them for' attention to isation bad suffered ,,no"diminution, by ; -
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other matters that they have been prevented their unpleasant experience.. They are at 7:80 For Sale. ,

: from reaching the point of ac. more than ever impressed, that some Mr. 11 ; x
'', 'tion' in regard to the vault. Therefore united effort should -be- made for the tie team of male., && and 6. If. you' wish to bay .u.' .
: the next meeting of the Board of Trade construction of good roads St. Lucie l well broke, kind and gentle En-;, ;,',' f. "
and double harness.
ias done'a deal toward the realization
and great '
willbe; asked to pass a resolution the i Realty Company; John
: J Automobiler
of its share of such i
appoint a committee to appear' before a system, I and a : 25-tf
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;' the commissioners to ask, their Immediate having recently spent some (200.000 for them r

; consideration of the question.Court good roads in that 'county. The !St.; dinary Or 'b.n'yoar'aatesioWe'' '
+i. Clerk,B.. Johnston 1 is much Lucie delegates having served in the to ,

exercised over .the failure of the commissioners capacity of path finder between* FortPierce eat t

dr to do something toward getting and Kissimmee, are now:quail- think ,
i 'Ii '' a new vault. Under the law the tied to act on the Good Roma Commit.. I I, ., Repaired .
tee of the State Chamber of Commercewith 4 ,
, clerk is responsible tor the county reef sr
f ui <*ds. earnestness and determination. : C... 'r
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t vault Is not only too small for No. "
The .
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*, Splendid. Investment .. '
the demands. said ,Mr.,Johnston one t< .
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week"but is I It west ; GRIFFIN'SGARAGE, ,I'', : .f
r day this it positively unsafe. No. 466. certainly exasperatingto : ., .
I4,' .' If the.court house should be seelanopportunity of making big bath '" w

burned the' vault would crushed and quick money; and 'then not;be able to 147) hi Y' : : , ,,
'g, 'the records destroyed. 'The vault bas take hold oflt. We' can't buy all the .... .. I '
r" 'oo,fortified ''support' whatever,, and in good things we. see,'and we are'willing T 1

?', ,the event of a disastrous fire,It' would to pass \them along to, Our 'friendL /'<< ; J', J : ;
be. crushed like a shell:" Here's a surejone US acres all. plattedand court in fee simple

t. Tir. Johnston says that it is Impossible ready for salefn five and ten acretracts .". \V'; t ,
to put several of, the score important located with '<,Hi'' miles of our 24tf > .x; ;
/."' books In' toe vault; and ,.the ease passenger .depot,'on and In''close proximity i ;; < ,,# C.: Buckles h ht'
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"7? .'ewataining the tax certificates will''not to the best hard road in Osceola : ; ,' :tl? ( , '# .

'. "go in the vault at all'and even'if It were I county.' W* are'offering the tract in a ; \it; has'the
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; ;'possible to put It:jn, there_would be,no body at a'' ,,very; attractive price No J:;{, ,, '- .. Best ? ,.
Paying Property
; foriltT 1 .*' further expense""necessary to place It fin
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"If any of these certificates arelost,", on tbe market in small tracts. See us. .;1 v\ Florida_ I '

said Mr. Johnston, "the clerk has to' dig' 24-tf i in.: 11. Breaker A.Co..-.-, mapa 'Y'1': : FOR: S'AL'E; ,

!down in his jeans and pay for them. If ) will be '' ',' ) ; r
'to* should 'destroy;this;,cave there. .to ,Subscribe.for,the Gazstte-$!. O., of & 1 ', ,,;.,,I..:..r od' ,. ,.'' -t," ; .
nothing that, can ,,relieve pie of the responsibility . I II I I : .}:''l':,',1 "'. ., ''I'i'"' ORANGE GROVES AND,
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except, an act{ of.the. legislatnrel" :; ; 'ii' r.,1': f'.,<,;'; , ., i',' LANDS ADAPTED \TOGROWNGORANGES
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; f"''-tter,protection for the records it they \,. These .is .less ef .this ckar.; ''Y y s
would address themselves'to the task '' .,.:', ' actor of .Lad *. des Market' h 1I

;r:? 'seems, conceded,' and .tbs ;only ''euonIf. : >'", today"tkaa a y etkeraad ia . ,
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.'; '" why it hasn't been done Is.because, the ,\':' .a! few years tiers wffl aet beaaacre "gib. S ,

.i neebasn't' been sus&ientlyimpreuedk ''J.t" : .. e< real ...,. laadia ;'1

:k, .. upon the official mind., A committee " ':;' ; I .. Wk. tkb''' State'"tkat;; caa keat :',;' a ,n ''I

,I -irons the Board of Trade,, maybe utellit' : 'l .' ; 1 : b..1M exeeTt'. aa i-.: :
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'f ''C THEY FINALLY ARRIVED 'r'r'J ': ;> Lands; .in \ ; : Frait Land Man ,
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.Friday afternoon o; last week'a battered _, } ) ,. ; the Habit, % s: .,
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Y :street to ,the front of the Graystone, '; "" .. SMOKE" 1 f

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Prfcts
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sis crawled out of the 'machine.. The ,

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Kissimmee Valley Gazette USELESS INVESTIGATIONS to Have 'First. Extra Session migration; Edw. M. 'CheneyState; :

) The committee'Congress appointed printer. .

to investigate the) suppression of' a circular of Legislature in 23 Years If there, are any permanent records-!,

t Publisher end Proprietor on the Everglades has at last of the sessions of 1870. 1872 and 1873.,;
:. W. B. ,HARRIS ,- ... ...... '
mad it In" office the Secretary
: *! report., .. /t1'! they must, be ;the of
; J.H.REESE, :',:. '. ,' .. .,, ., Editor Th Department of? Agriculture, at lit J., H. 'REESE.. of State in manuscript form, for''

....iL ,-.-.- aimed '. ----- ...
I. - -- which the investigation was there appear to be no' printed records!

j > -PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY comes off without any; criticism of mo- Governor Albert Vf.., Gilchrist has I jtry and obtain the levy of a ,tariff duty; of them. '

'i OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING. ment. The majority; report holds that issued his proclamation tot the first eat of one( dollar box on oranges and lemon Thus it Is that Governor, Gilehrist..

KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA', the attitude of the department'towardthe tra session of the Florida Legislature to ,, and a memorial to ,Congress; was will have a distinction that. few Florida,

..:_: -.'-. drainage of the Everglades was be convened In 23 years Special. . passed for the establishment ofa coastguard governors have bad, that of convening' t

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: vacillating and'unfortunate while the sions have been convened on the following for quarantine purposes. an 'extraordinary' session of. .the Legislature .-.

One copy one year; .. '. '.. .' or .. $ ::60 minority holds that the Secretary of: dates iNovember This special session was closely followed .. . ,
.. .. ,, .: .16 Agriculture acted within") his legal dis the session of 1889.
'"On* copy, six months I. M. 1868.. by regular' voted for a bond f r-
three month .. .. .. .. ..0 cretion. June 8, 1869. At that time Francis P. Fleming was Tampa taxpayers \
One copy; .,- The animus: behind the investigation Issue of one million, seven hundred
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May 23. 1870. Governor; J. B. Wall, of Tampa, presi.,
All communisation., except from our authorized correspondents, must be being an effort todiscredit the drain. April 22,1872.February dent of the Senate;J. L. Crawford, secretary thousand dollars Tuesday; The monejr'Is ,I','.

signed by the, writer, '" age work In the Everglades, becomes 22, 1873. of State; 'W, D. Barnes"comp; to be spent in extending the sewerage --
manifest In the Major J. O. system, for paving and storm sewers
report. .February 6, 1889. troller; F. J. Pone, treasurer; W, U. ,
Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for. Wright formerly "an employe of the for a city hall and building'! site
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The session of 1889 was called by Lamar attorney general; L. B. Worn-
r division for city docks and parks. A debt of'ne'tly
k "I . ._--Entered at. the Postofflce. .In- JC.! !mmee. Fla.., as_second-class- -- mail matter, .. government chief drainage In its engineer drainage in the employment , Governor Francis Fleming soon after bell, commissioner of agriculture: ; A. ] !: two million dollars il a consider
now ;
--- --'- he went intooffieeU'immediately followed J.-Russell, superintendent of .publie Instruction '
of the State"of Florida, U able burden for the people to voluntarily
F=ide.' q August ::33.: :e:1.:2: : given a scoring for his connection witha the :yellow fever epidemic of and N. M. Bowen, State assume but they' know that they

__.._..._ 1888 and was called for the-purpose printer. '
n without It and they
drainage project in North Carolina, can pay feeling ;
of tstablishing a State Board of Health.It The special session of June 8, 1869, '
NOTE ISSUEIt government realize that for such improvements
Man Who Votedin VOTES FOR THE with which he was identified as a I money spent
Every lasted about ten and the Bum I
and The days, was called by Governor-Harrlaon Reed, will be 'the 'direet mean, '
employe promoter. /
Primaries was clearly demonstrated at themass of $25,000 was appropriated to defraythe ..
the Democratic and continued 14 da This session
is ) of the and getting
summary of the report a. to Wright : building up city
'Is Pledged to meeting Monday evening thsft "Majority; said 'acepted fees and expense of the session.A followed the making the Constitution hundreds of others to share the expense )
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there is but'one sensible course for the commissions whenever offered.' MInority bill was enacted providing for the of 1868 and was mainly for the purpose with them. Kissirnmee voters

,Vote This -Ticket at citizens of Kissimmee to follow inthe reported that no evidence was : appointment ot'three "discreet citizens of enacting revenue laws and repealing I I will do well to follow the example of
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'1 the General Election established that any financial statement of the State who shall be confirmed by all former acts relating to tax. I I the The issue :
voters. car
the Tampa was :
election tomorrow, and that is to VOTE indicating great gains from
the Senate to constitute the State ation. It was at this session that Article i
Tied in 686 for to
in November. Mattsmuskeey N. C., project were exhibited Tampa by a vote of
.. FOR THE NOTE IS UE. I by Wright to Hays. Financial Board of Health to employ an expert in i XV of the Federal Constitutionwas ,, :I 171 against

Unless the note rslue Is carried, the statement reaching committee was the diagnosis of yellow fever, smallpox I ratified reading as follows: "The
'faulty and ridiculous and would have cholera and other contagious dis I rights of citizens of the United Statesto ,I *
tax assessment Vill be I largely increased at George Mathews of the Ft. Lauder
TicketState t discredited the scheme once.
County Democratic eases." The of $50,000 vote shall not be denied or abridgedby
< sum was appropriated dale Sentinel nominates Charley Jones
The Grfnncil wi l have no recourse. It The people of Florida are more Interested ;
to defray the expense of the the United States nor by any Stateon for Wait then a minute.If .
necess/ry in what the committee has to say governor.
will Increase the
Senator, ae to mill-
State! Board of Health for the year account of race color or previous don't mind you'll get your nominations -
ARTHUR DONEGAN. unless Unnecessary funds of Wright than any; other conclusion you
age are pro condition of servitude.
reached after its tedious, laborious and 1889.Resolutions for governor gummed up; you
h -- Representative vided by fee ne the notes as aet forthin I expensive Investigation, and the above of respect were passed in Appropriations were made for the' have already got one out, namely, R. .

H. CLAY, STANFORD. the may '::1- proclamation.The I, given is the sum total of its findings as eulogy of Col.! L. 1. Fleming, Col. J. construction of cells in the State penl- Pope Reese of PensacolaLet's parcel

County Judge, canfpalgn committee appointed to Wright J. Daniel and Hon. Henry A. L'Engle tentiary, to cost $12,000;; repairs to the out t.bee.offieee. Mathews himself

T. M. MURPHY: : at'Uie ma s meeting has been diligently i I After many weeks of hearings, allot J Jacksonville who had died during .-: capitol, $5,000( ; for printing journals, ought to have something.
the epidemic "the death of heroes to R. M. Smith for
Prosecuting. Attorney months of deliberation and delay, thousands i (3,000; preparing
at work during the week. They and and Christian code'of' clyU' fl.toO' ) to A. H.
patriots ,
: H. D. GEIGER. of dollars of expense what have gentlemen I practice ; Modern Medical Doctrine*.,.
have met the arguments! against the while bravely standing at their poets Bush for preparing a dfgest of laws, social
*S'/ .r Sheriff. w. learned? Nothing more than an In- i At a conference on hospital I
S 4 T '. L. H. INGRAM. Issue as best they could, and it is to be dividual 'mlghthav[ discovered in a of duty fighting courageously the battleof $1,000. service In New York city oar ot the-
humanity." It is recited that the I It that the rrienSbers of this speakers said that the hospital) of the, '
t appears
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?' "" t Circuit Clerk, hoped that their work has been effect few days of diligent inquiry among parties
mention of their names will ever recall assembly served without'per diem, but future must keep a record of tile social
'i. OVERSTREET. ve. There is no valid argument againstthe concerned, and absolutely nothingof
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worth. "all that is pure and noble in life and .some of their mileage bills were large histories of all patients, just snow *
Tax Collector, proposition to issue notes; but thereis pertinent sufficient to all that is heroic and glorious in death." and interesting in view of the present their medical histories tre kept.
i ,. C. L. BANDY. to it and the Gaz- I When there is cause war Rhubarb and soda, said another speaker. -
some opposition and the welfare Especial recognition was voted Sur- day cost of travel. John A. Hender
rant an investigation, Illustrating the necessity tor
Tax Assessor, lette urges those voters who favor it, of the public demands it, the investigation geon General John B. Hamilton of the son, a senator, drew $570.80 for mile- psychological remedies for patients!,

t + 'W. I. BARBER. to go to the polls tomorrow and do their should be had,but when it appears United States Marine Hospital Service age; George E. Wentworth, a senator, had In one case proved useless as a
Superintendent of Public Instruction. upon the surface that an investigation and Dr. Jos.. Y. Porter for their distinguished drew $167 for mileage; and George; P. cure for Indigestion until the sufferer
duty.
W. J, SEARS. is being launched for political purposes, services during the epidemic. Raney, member of the House was a grlef-trlcken! mother was relieve
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' Treasurer, i Kissimmee is going forward at a satisfactory as the case was in this Everglades mat) Other matters than these, however voted $50 for milesge. The executive from worry over an absent boy.
\ I IL ISft stride but it will claimed the attention of the and offices at that time
3.-L. LUPFER. get a severe ter, there should be some certain way special session. administrative;

t Surveyor set back if the note Issue is lost. of preventing it. The Everglades In- An act was passed to continue were filled as follows: Harrison Reed, Irresolution to Be Pitied.

',' R. H. LUDLAM. vestigation has been productive of a the rights, powers and privileges of the Governor; Jonathan C. Gibbs secretary There Is nothing more pitiable 1.

-' f BACK TO THE LAND large measure of chaff, and has been Thomasville. Tallahassee and Gulf railroad of State; R. H. Gamble comptroller; the world than an Irresolute man, oscillating -

_ COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.District productive of no good results whatever. ; also to prescribe the bonds to be S. B. Conover treasurer; F. W. Webster between two feelings who
i I f Official recognition has been given the given by certain county officers; a resolution surveyor general; C. Thurston would willingly unite the two. and who

1o.1, United States Land Show to be held in Orlando Reporter Star: The Mel- was adopted calling upon the Chase, superintendent public instruction does not perceive that nothing can ,

E.District L. LESLEY.No. 2. Chicago under the auspices of the Chicago bourne correspondent of the Times- Florida representatives |lin Congress to ; George B. Carse, adjutant gen- unite the two.-Goethe. A, I

RAYMOND LANIER. Tribune land. department, Hon. Union tells of a meeting held in that

; 'Dlltpct,No. 8, W. A. McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture place the other evening to make arrangements -
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y of Florida, having issued a letter with Kissim-
to
co-operate
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commending this means of advertising bard surfaced automobile
in building a
No. 4 mee
I District to boards of trade and other commercial POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE COMPANY
O.R.BASS.DI.trict road to connect the two town*. : ._
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No. 6, bodies of th* State. This'looks good 'to us. We are surely .

L WALKER. The Tribune i II doinga_ great work in going to have a fine brick road from Or- LETTERGRAM
FRANK NIGHT
this respect Its"Back to the Land"
lando Kissimmee before ,
: I to many; years
) department is filled with literature from and the above mentioned road will give .

i'i; COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD,, ( all parts of the country; ,' and .the I almost direct connection with the TM> POSTAL TeLMMPM-OABUI COMPANY (iMOOKPOKATSO) TMNSMITS AND DBLIVSHS THIS' MietTT LOTTONONAM ."....OT f .i
man"l
,1t!h"" P'h" ' District No l'v J ' agrs of the enterprise am I us east coast'and on down to.Palm Beach TO THB T.".. AMD OOHOITIOHS PHIHTBB ON VMB BAOK OP THIS BLAH*. CL.ARSNCS N. MACKA.V.OOUNTSJ ...-.... Q J TMI

;:&..." w.-C.rtBASS. t ., laving commercial bodies distribute literature and Miami. '_ NUMBBR TIMB PIIBD i iM ia II \' .- ,
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- District No. 2. through their bureau tree of 16 I t I 1 0,5 collect 1 N.L' : .
GEORGE.'OVERSTREETo- cost; Th Tribune derive avenue In the primary election held in Georgia .

District No.3, through the advertising department asa Wednesday, John M. Slaton was INDEPENDENT COMPETITIVE PROGRESSIVE

j. ,W.;W. CHANDLER. matter of course, but it is doing much nominated for Governor, and Senator I

for which no charge Is mad, and It Is A. O. Bacon was nominated to .succeed 5_"*A. /W/..rtii....It, f.tt.vgr.JSA..t, r._,.... .. >-( to,A. f.rm. *..W comjifiom..n.''''M *.e* *.../.
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r ,THE EXTRA; SESSION not obligatory to spendmoney In order himself In the United States Senate. -
to have this service rendered. I I
i The South Carolina primary will take
Governor Gilehrist. has Issued his proc- This opportunity emphasizes the need I place' August 27; when the issue be-

,llamaUon, for tIn extra' session of the br"advertising; matter to be sent out tween .Judge Ira Jones and'Governor ,. ,

(legislature to convene.October L The From 'the Klssimme Board of.Trade." I. Cole Dre... for the governorship will '1,1
'session is called at the Instance of .the .
fhe local body should lose no time in be deelded.l .
: Jacksonville Board of Trade. Jaek on- preparing[ for the distribution of some 1 ,

'Title wants to acquire waterfront' for such descriptive literature.. l Subscribe for the Gazette$1.50.Speech .

'municipal dock., and legislative authorl- . ,:.1 ff.:
ty-is; necessary for' the purchase. The '-7 r ,' BaltimoreMd.. Aug. n. 1912 ''''1I

Jacksonville commercial: body presents l -Lewis- O'Bryan: Nominating I- .. J

,- *tba matter and the Governor. 1.lelda.to ; Dann/s Department Store . .. : r.
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the demand. He Stanford .for President .. ;t', :, : : ;
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/ Qhi; paper of " i 'jof 'sC-; '- Kissimmee Fla. ".; '!
to the extra .-Iion: The leg-! Florida'ISfate ; \
;.opposed Chamber '
4slation. proposed is special legislation .the \ : safely.: Have eele o tad .; :
'j : < Arrived splendid line :: ''
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( ito that It concerns one municipality, Commerce .
lt.Might 'be 'contendedthat, ,. the ; .' '
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legislation proposed i i / ;
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'analysis on the ground that to "Mr.- Chairman: ''f wish place nomination: for president of the Florida 1Kyt{
extend the commerce'of Jacksonvillelas in. 'every detail. In Ladies Ready-to-wear we h ;
.,. the ouuerc. of State Chamber of Commerce, oDe whose record In 'the; pa.tI.: a guarantee for ,e'J,
"port U to extend
_ :, ; the- State.;, but 'this, at best would ,be the,future of any; 'organiiation whore fortunes be may. pilot; One :=}'wbon: 'en- chosen .a variety which cannot but please the moat'fastidious '' :

:thusiasm haw been but enhanced by '
specious" argument. A ,, '
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' Tb Gaxette rather suspects that,the 'maturing, judgment.rdd. ,'; a'man' .whore buyer. Among these may be found the :/
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j Governor baa In mind'lIOIIIe'' legislation energy, ability and] Integrity; have led '. "{" ',' .' "

.f .that+be'wlshea. enacted ;'under, his ad- 'not.'alone;:tp'material success and personal latest, models in ladies costumes for; both street' ', ,
he Inaugurated ,
that
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ministration ,
; and would naturally like to oeM : '\'achievement., but have. peen ... ., ,.

> (: written into law and approved by himself -' so tempered ,by; 'a genial personality" *. ; as and,:'.,indoor! : wear. Have purchased, a' most pleasing, :').r .;

Governor., ,The Jaebon.vllJa'aa to ,win for him from the body social '' <
'itation'off him very, good,?;excuse line children's olo1h! 'ng. Our line of '
:; : ,,and. politic wheren, his :activities'lay.;" ., .' ladies and
'- for assembling the JeKll1at n. . :the. hijciiest :favorsY'wItbin its giving. .'-- ..,
called the cii< 1rir :
The Governor recently children's underwear will-be found -
&r- ''.'cult judge into conference, suggest ,,O)..e duly attuned to.. the. needs' of these. .o I choice and o'om'j;

remedial legislation for defective laws progressive times and to whom Florida j
x P plete. Have secured a most desirable '
or
; 'now In force.' The conference ,made'DamJao a ,with its'IimltJea,;'possibilities. is most assortment .

; ) of recommendations which ap'peal' Intimate and dear. (I4'mui .. '
; ,, silks together with a complete
-' good., Governor Gilehrist Is duly : ; line of trimmings, : ;,
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eminently equipped( with' experience ' I .
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5; g entitled to credit for calling the judges .. "
... , together; and if their recommendations as.presiding.officer and 'pos"sessing ) Our: millinery: display will prove most beautiful' ," :.. ':
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N 8 rf .' 5 :are, acted upon favorably pr if any of '.. to, *; marked. 'degree that ..inherent t:" ,"P-?

.them la adopted. Governor' Gilehrist U tact so necessary; for tin our ., and, "., a11raotive., ; l;
r ,entitled to whatever credit mat attach : "t'
: eessful organixatlon'of
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'.'W" .to their enactment f be conceived, the I';'J Will leave for'New'York in ;. ; '
+ this atuand'a gentleman bI.wbOlD'LEWIS'O'BRY ... ; . a few days ,
idea and put It"lo fore;.'If: these 'rNOIDIDeDcIatloae > ? ." . ...,:1';" ",IIv"
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, ,are not'; acted upon 'at the,elements of'courtesy, :'culture ,and "' .. tVy '

;I ,1fa. extra session, they will' .i go over to ; ', ebnraRe .",.., admirably..,mixt': as'''to ,- Chas. W. Dann''f '

*( th* Den legislature, which will be con- Secretary Trade and of the'Kissimmee'Board manager of the Title;,of'''':s warrant and win, not a grudging meed J.A.,.. ,S ,, '" ..\,."'-". /,).".J.", '.... '., .;.' ',",'

,. ,vned. under another Governor.', Guaranty Co., of- this city. .. moletjr of praise., but. the. ,unstinted 'l : .., ," '""''"\ ,- .. .
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"If. .St.Angnstine: Record:' Every''Iuae approbation and eraooniums of bt. '!tenc;..citicena. V .4, ,: ': .
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.i.Isoiie.> < ,. : ,errant;"J W And.....B...was.'when one ofJ'lorjJ be took; Osceola' County'a foremost, favorite and,most. favoredeon*,the UWoI! : ; W 4'I ,fIA. ,. "' 1f
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taLE".MON MO':'II.'PUBLISHED ; the Gazette: "1 ezpect'to be In. WATER AND HARDPAN six furrow between each row of trees, ,Servic\' \ .:
city: thefore, pars .of September)' ] whereas three or' four are .u lclent. I Sunday> I:'

'7M EVERY FRIDAY f. my family, to be numbered. one The furrows should be no Dearer than '
," > BY-. the permanent residents, but In the sufficient to allow the water of each to ..,'. .AI '', ,
w.Weath'e'r. B. I : *" r
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( : sent i address" meet below. If'streams are ab cloee Dr. A.;J. Holt will pret.u/i at
this I t the Soil. I Ifr.
1y Into, I ',
E. that, they'".mtngl..in their downward the Bkpti.tShurch Sunday morning and f V

Ladles' Aid SocI.tyof the Chria- : course a foot or'two'below'the: suis I night, ,Everyone welcomed, .tranger*.
'
: Report church;will, meet, at the home..:of 1.'" .1 face theycause a puddling of.the soil especially. ? M-'V., '
Rapid Evaporation Frem the "rtaot and consequent driving up of air.'which '
the ;.', McKenzie, Wednesday afternoon Promptly Arreete the Downward"" In a short time arrests the downward 'L ,/tn'S'M EETIKO. .. i

Following are the daily temperatures ; next week at 230.: This week'a gtepegeand the CaplllaHty Is' action of the water, making it 'seep I The Laymen's meeting'will be' bead

and precipitation as -was held with Mrs< MayfleldV Then 'Upwsrdi.; 1D0re'.nd more :slowly until a praetlI I .t.th. Christian church at 1:30: o'clock.lI.xt ;;
I the Government ladies are Immersed in,preparations cal standstill occurs. The result Is
; reported by Sunday and will 'be,Wd bg'Bro.liardn.r : .\
I' dl)4 station at KIssImnW ,for the the bazaar which will beheld for The first I care.oT the orchard 'irriga. generally hardpan .' It expected that A., SU':

I + week'ending. August 22, III1%. : fund of thechuroh.] beginning De- tor Is to pt.w.i.r deeply.into the soil) Aa Irritation Is usually practical but Nelson will be present. A full attendance .
..' .. 15. without flooding or puddling the...ur one way 'through the orchard a deep I.I Is ?
requested. ,
I .AX MM. BA1MFriday faced Jt is not after all so much a mat. subsoil track or tunnel should be run I "
: *' wb. pleasant launch party Sunday waa' ter of the number'of Inches. used as half way between the trees transverselythe '" '
. ''W 72 . .. '
H.a.. of-.Mr. aDd'ln;' G.-B. Law- the deep diffusion of the water,.through streams. TuU can be done with a I CATHqUC. ,
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974 Mr. and Mrs. J.: K.Hllllard, and the soil to the full depth of the natural small tool on' a sub-soil plow shank 'Rev; Father Fox of Orlando, Will'.be: .'. ,t tin .
Sunday. *,-. 95. .72 . ; sons Carl and Jim Misses Blanche. rooting of the tret. In this dry climate big enough to make a track about the Kissimmee Saturday; August 24, r?

Monday.i95, 76 . Bessie..and JEffleL.W on, if the,fret two or three feet of tie -of a gopher run at -a- depth of flffeen" -. and will., have. devotions at-7:30. in.th ... .."..
; ,' .Tuesday.y':,...... .97 78-- . . Roll Uverstrevt, .Dick Lawson 'the soil are quickly..saturated with to twenty'Inches.: The beneflu evening In the chapel attbe; home of"" .

Wednesday . 97 73 .30 and Glen Clow J.loyd Harvey water, perhaps sufficient for six, feet accomplished by this are the dissemination I Mrs. A. Tress.., He will say Mass on. ., ;1.

+ Thursday ,y.j. 91 06 Ray Ward. The party left Hil- of healthy.moisture, and then the Irrtcation > of water all around the> trees, Sunday morning in the new church': Y i.
the rapid spreading.of the water ,
more
this 'la .stopped;,the' rapid evaporation I, '
,
,I.. '. Island on the launch Margaret from the surface soil will prompt. without; driving out the air aa In the at 8 o'clock., -. ,
... .. touched .at Fells Point Marcoossee furrow and the 'of the \ / : ,,
ly arrest the downward seepage ,and deep carrying CHRISTIAN.j t:,..., .
,, .a1AWNWN, NNN St. .Cloud, returning to the Island air' deep down 'Into, the soil,thus ,assisting (
; the' capillarity will, be upward, so Rev. A.' M. Chisholm will preach \ ; ''i;
a very delightful ride. that none will go Into the subsoil.'The Irrigation. (This may be' ob-;: at the Christianchurch. .e'';y
'' morning and evening ,\'
' 1 subsoil will then gradually dry out and jetted to as a. root''pruning: operation '. '
: .
;; I THE, LOCAL FIELD. i for S. S. Snyder, of the Kissimmee harden and e repetition of this operation which tt certainly Is, aad on this account .; Everybody welcome: . '"

I church, I Is spending, his ,will anravate the subsoil condltloOs It Is hot practical In all sea < :

in St.,Petersburg. The Inde until a Hardpan J: Is formed Into I sons. This la to' b* regretted because f Life of'the soil. -.1',

i wwae e wwwwanNH'e>+H1 of'that city says of his Sun- which the water' will not seep readily.. It U a'great- advantage.tc Irrijrtaoo.Teaching '. .. The soil may be aald to be alive., It i "

evening sermon : "The Rev.'S. S. This results in the lower roots of UK School- Girls'te .wim.In Is a matrix: supporting/various group

Rub-My-TUm will cure you. 21-18t this conducted the services and Miss tree being encased In hard dry soil u the apparatus ta .use' ia Oct ef'definite. micr ..ealllalD.., and ,the .
Siviter led the young people's become Inactive or even die,.wrlte.D'! school\ bow to Investigations of the past few year
Curtain Madras at F. H. Lawson's. U1L ; ; in the Denver Field and many for'teaching girls of determining :
.' the"regular' ;J. Wlckeon Indicate, the possibility :
la sucha .
just preceedlng swim the pupil supported; ,
Edmond Swabey visited Ocal.Mond.y. ing .. The music pas splendid and' Another position \as to leave the) legs and by bacteriological diagnoses) they ':;
evil of this condition is that producing capacities of different; ."
led by the choir of the church in arms' free to perform the' motion crop 'i
at each irrigation the air la driven out soils:, It baa been shown that the sew "
: the services were held. Oren R. of the soil that the roota ia of a swimmer._ The body .bung, In bacteria,. i,,' '
r' Women's union suit at F. H. Law- upper so from don 'ot-th. aftrlfylag. 'especially ;.
1: I trip a wide,belt suspended a: over y
It Bang a baritone solo that wu very by such correlate''
lIOn'.. it are smothered followed" attachedto in samples .of soil
bead while the feet "
rail are
'; to t Rev. 'Snyder spoke along evils aa gum disease, die-back, paling, fairly well with the productiveness of '. j ;
Johnson visited a pair of rope. running over pulleys -
Attorney Andrew lines of the "Worthiness of the foliage and fruit dropping, for .we seethe the aame soils und.r field, coaditlone.r 1;; rNo
"f, Tampa Monday' car. Calling," and gave a splendid tree unable to obtain sufficient quirements.f and' adjustable to various re -Harp r's Weekly. "n' I

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ball,, ', in his discourse. He is .a re- water to properly dilute the food slab The pupils thus suspended are then v /. ,
{ '
: orated in the leaves or to keep ,H In te' Ii'> 1
from China. The 'Cause "" rdA
, ion. missionary' movements
week a taught how tp perform the
last, .. ber ,
. solution distribution I
I on was enjoyed by all who were proper for of the breast stroke until the action fisherman succeeded ia stealing t .' ,, ,
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I,, Mra. 1L1'a. Savage spent' Monday with ." 'Rev. Snyder Will hold the throughout the tree and carry it to the becomes Inmost Instinctive. There a goose from ,i a,, farmhouse 'y'traIao'' ,>" >

friends in Orlando.J. and | preaching services at: Glenoak roots for the work of.- root extensionand Is a decided advantage ia teaching tog his fish-line .along.the'ground t* t ..1

A. Meisner and. wife left Monday : afternoon; and' all those mID..llOlutfoD.. All attempts to these. movements In sur i a way instead sight of the goose.< :The' goose, seeing ., ,
I of
remedy this by the application manures
the worm, bit at It std got caught by,,, '
of In the water, for the pupil
night for Newcastle, Pa. the city who care to attend are cor and mulch to supply dissolvents .
1* not distracted by the tear of a the hook. When caught, the man re ,
J. T. Blackwell, the Ashton turpentine invited to do so or such delicately soluble salts aa nitrates ducking. It Is not at all easy to learnthe pulling the bird after him. The bird. ,

of . _. to stimulate the solution, are ,,
the
operator was her Tuesday.Mias -- ---- swimming movements even out by flapping her wings, alarmed c!'It
only temporarily beneficial .nd'la the i farmers wife who came 'out'to tile, .
of water, hence the advantage of acquiring ,
Whidden U the guest this MEET THEM EVERY DAY lone run bring on the greater compli
Ruby anA
tic this knowledge until It becomes gate, and, seeing the man running
week of Mrs. Marsh at Haines City.A. Up at Narcooseee a farmer had an cations. almost Instinctive before entering I I'the goose following, she exclaimed: :''. .i'

he hitched Few irrigators know much about. the water.-Scientific Ameri I I "Don't be afraid,my good man: .be"! .h
bookkeeper of the Citi- and a mule that together ,
W. Gustus. how water acts !in the soil aa they I I-'wont'touch '{..
yens Bank visited Sanford on Tuesday a 'plow. One night after several only see the surface and warrant the can. you. ,
in ,
of.continuous plowing, and after criticism of Wilcox In his Irrigation I
M. D, Tlndall of Narcoossee, was a ox and mule had been stabled and Farming that "unskilled labor bas a Greed. Heredity."Don't 1,
business visitor to Klsaimrnee on Mon for 'A fool and his money are soon tell 10. .thln,., 1LilA't Inherited ' 0,
.. 'for the night: the ox said penalty of twenty-five to fifty per cent
"
day. attached to It In the application of parted quoted the bunko iteerer, ," exclaimed the disgusted cornpositor .
the mule '
ber : Tee.** replied the green goods "Just; look at the awkward ;
water and unfortunately this class ia
Save money by buying now at Kit "We've been work in' pretty hard ; man. "But the trouble Is that a fool'I boy over there. It's exactly 'like tbav :
too prevalent in the irrigating fteldL.o.a.
.Immee Furniture Co. 85c buys $1.00 '. play off sick tomorrow and lie usually hasn't much to start .
worth. 28-R: : qf the mistakes often observable money pi his father used to makV I l(
,
J da in the stall all day. wttn.
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Dr. L. Eulenfield. a prominent druggist : "You can if you want to," returned ).,: t
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of St. Cloud, spent Monday Kit mule, "but I believe I will go to '
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simmee. .. j
week the So the next morning, when the farm '
Miss Ethel Hall returned last
riendi r'F. came out, the foxy ox essayed the . "
., -trom a three weeks' visit with : ,
role. The farmer bedded him down

at Coidel., Ga. the : clean straw, gave him fresh hay I I .

Mra. E. Dale has returned from a ing, bucket of oats and bran mixed left .*" ..' ,i'c .
of few days to Mrs. F. W. Hill of the and went forth alone 'H, M : j
visit a for day L OOK' R ztdw ;t b
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. at Narcooasee. the mule to plow. . ' ''i\j\.l ,',, J.11r 'I> "", .' .
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"Mr. and'Mrs. A. B. Curry of K'f Ea All that day the ox lay in, hit stall. ;ri, ,;; ", ;. ,'.:' ,' .'. . ; ,.,, ,' );, '1' 1NI,;?< ,i' ,..'
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with hi. cud and nodded, slowly .1., >::1.: ?.t j.th P
.. .West:' spent Saturday and Sunday \\.1'1, ,"I '. ,. ... . tiIJ .
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\., ,:."W.,h,,,'M."I'. Kerrell.Mra. ' . ., tall all his the eyes time and complimenting gently swished hlm. ":'. ,t.\"! ",.: ,, : .'." ,." .....''''. . .: ... :':''''(. :. .. ,. j/i"/ ,

" G. E. Baas is the guest of relatives his .
on sagacity.
and friends in;! Homerville Ga. That night when the mule came In. : GREAT SALE OF DRUMMERS' SAMPLES : : 1

for a few weeka. ox asked how they got along plow- .

R. G. Johnston and J. R. Donegan all alone that day. ;, I
were among the Kissimmeeltes who vie "Well." said the mule "it was hard r

we didn't get much done and-"
ited Tampa this week. :
"Did the old 'man have anything to
A. E. Draught, wife and daughter al about me"" interrupted. Ox. MONDAY and TUESDAY" '

returned Saturday from Saluda N. C., "No," replied the mule. ., if

where they spent the summer. .. "W.lI.then.ttw.nton the ox, "1 be- 1 J . " .

W..B.'Harris, of the Gazette several, and! ... ,I'll play off again< tomorrow. It We have secured: : a'large lot,of Samples from ;pne, of. ,the;. .' / : Y.s : ..
hie little sou.. Bradley spent .. certainly fine; lying here all day '
day at Pau-a.Grf1. this week. : resting. ,best houses in. the'"land.. :, The goods",are 'slightly soiled,; ': '. "\ :;:;: :.:"_.,; :; ::" ,

this "That's up to. you," said the. mule. but:they" .the quality We will place them 'on "1': :'
possess ,
Mike superintendent -
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'Crown, : ;
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.. Ut I'M go.6ut, and..plow.' I : : + .:
division of the A. C. L.,was In the city 'd.r' the oil' sale MONDAY and TUESDAY'at 'HALF ', '
road. So the: next : ox played : about theirREQULAR ; ;; ," '
-l. C-.t
of his '
:
In the Interest : ,
Saturday down with clean ;
aIn bedded
., < was .. : J.1 "
)t VALUE.' 'This '
lot
consists of
<. T. Embrey, of Jacksonville;! district : l undue attention being given to '. : .SklrtsrCorset'- : : t, ,

maniget' of the Western Union diet of the. animal and again ,the Covers, ,Gowns. ; Chemise, ;:Drawers, Aprons, etc. We '.- :.\.: . ;: ''r'conslder
,
,Telegraph Co., was in Kissimmee Tu. creature lay all day blinking and 'I) "
, d.y. ; .Ihis end and thinking, of 'his .. this one of the rarest' yiid b opportunities. 1'" ;. 't
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.:' '* Mrs. L: C Smith and from daughter Hot Springs.Ark. Elmer. : I tail.. ,. self white 'I."gently' J swishing; I I. ever.f offered( the..people of Kissimmee: ;', r, ,oJ .. ;
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rstaroed Tueaxlay' I ;. ,
ii
th.i .
wben"they'.pent the past two When the mule cane In evening s ,
., '
. had :
bow
monthsj ox asked again they got
without.him.; ""''
Mra.. 'O.: k::Blenlsy: accompanied by : ':About along the) lame as., yesterday,?" re-. A LOT OF".ORIENT'AL: LACES',': '
Makln-
'' Thomas and Angle t .
'IU. Ruth the mule coldly '
,
"

.''.on Spkngti,:,tr. ;,.pendJnlf. ,the.week at Wekiva In. "Did to you the about'old .man.me!'have" again"anything Inquired to' : .. at, prices!. that Will i 'suFprlse I :you' :-:-they :;are amazingly i (,'r::,'" ;;': +' :;: \: ,


A. B. .Jarreil and J. M..lWednesday >. pent ox.VJNo.. low.. ., "These' laces "are'exceptionally. : ,good for.high. .class. .';' ..: '.;' ,''t "(I, ,
mule "not .
Southport. They went replied the to me. / I :
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at \I
: underwear. .. > < ., ., "
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downln'aLaunch"piloted' by Captain la ; be did have a long 'talk"wlth the ? i ,
'1t J.. on'.the: hom ."'-(Stolen.]) S
WeUrtv5or6doses;, way' REMEMBER that,you. ,will,have to be".at'the store early
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666 will break any then case asa : to get thebest, "of''these 'spe lIls! ,We: promise"you." that,, ; 1''
and If taken Leeson In :
of Chills sir Fever a ,,, !Humility k. ? '
tonic the F.ver will not return Price ; .*Aa long''es.I.wux. po'," said Broth- goods of.' ,such_ "c1r s.ud] :character.t have, :never before: ;
'Z6 ,I K ?
..e.ntL. a : Williams, at a-revival, "I wui hum '

'. i:Misa. BI d.lIy.r- spent several enough ter.be thankful for what J been. offered, the- 'ladies. by a. Kisslmmeehouse., . . r

,': 'days In'Jacksonville: pelting friends rej 'bout ter receive.:. But one day,J : .,: N. < '.. o
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to ;isslmmee. fl. In de big ro&cL.:After dat '
j eentl1Sb.returned) ; w.nt about.holdln' my head so high :

i ,f" 'Saturday I couldn't see"what was befo'.me, 'MON'DAY': ::8n TUESDAY ,

I -'_MUaVerna: ;Holt?leaves Wednesdayfor '. I' fell ia a dry well, an'. staid. dar '
will resume hollerln'' fir folks .
where she days, ter pull .
Enid. Okla. ,' '. \ "
I, *> -i >4' '. .r : t'a
of the Carnegie ball out.. Satan hlistlt wus'' once aa \ t
In charge .
< her work ,
In In heaven.-but he oouldnt stand '. ." .. '
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kindergarten. : '. -
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) aa' he .
II. : look whar ia now! h ". ",
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. Tuesday from '. "
JS. H,Bullock returned ; < .- ; 'f < .. '' : '., : : .
I" ifev/uay. .pea ;with his famllJ'"-at ( Would That Thle Were True.: -,, t ., ; w- l
'Corofado 'where'they .base..a 'j{ ; ;, : .. :
Beach .
.. The principal authors'met. and form : r., .
"' < summer cottage.: t; : a union for.the sake publishing 'K'"A' T'Z"v"t .S. 1') '
'' Of'tb."tWd set of rules of writing. >As a prelim I Jr' "
i'S; : X ',Jammings, .treasurer 11i; '" \. ,
1 theprominent they agreed that after this' no .' >
of St.: Cloud, waa toong would'be permitted aiel:;the 1,1. :::: ,.. ". ; '.' ;.
visited Klssimmee :: 4< )
ptopl.who .... from his cigarette or cigar;Also I ",
; on.Tuesday.i .. BO heroine shall hereafter bury ,, '\ :,
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"t. ... 1 : Kiwimmee Fla..1. .
:' 'MlaaeeAgneaauxlHaney. : .Cranberry; .. bead In her" baedsor.dropiher> : : ; .. ..', '
,' :$!' ': f.; ,Jasper, arrived, Monday attel'DOClllo hi* I to the floor. Tie full eat of re. ' ;; 'M\",. "'Ii ',, ," .' "..\;:"
'will'> 'be> .....ouaee4. later'j'1 -
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:.KEPT 'THE PIPE ALIGHT MODESTY 'IS, A MALE' VIRTUE : : 'N'O I BAR "I' .

- -. -' Land Cannot Be
With Women It Is no More Than an The Application Demand for Florida

t t I. ,... Artificial Protective Device, Everybody fa Kissunmee"" Is Eli I ..- Appreciated By .You Until You Have Visited Our Beautiful CityTHE

SOLDIER'S!: ONLY'THOUGHT WAS Says .Welter., gible j tOld .
t
OBEDIENCE;; TO ORDERS connection It is ."** . ., .._.. ._--- .. . .'
1 And In this same
with
; 1 people stooped suffering;;

P time that'we' revised our, Ideal of Middle age courageously fighting:,. .. J. t "'
What lot wehive
femlnln*) modesty. a
\Incident That Is Typical ef the Devo- '' wrlttm*
tlon Field Marshal Blucher! have enthused over It! Some of 'Children'' unable to explain;, :\\i, > ;": : :, ,,'<,,',\.. '

spired Among Men Who Fol-. us have. even tried to find In It an inplration 'All in misery from their kidneys. "" '0.":, '

'lowedHim to and have. listened to Only a little backache first r MeKAYREALTY .,; : '1.
Victory.! ( women : : .". : V
r our,, praises and our esctasles for all. e Comes when you'catch a cold. : , .
,Old Field Marsha. Blucher was par these, :years and never once have they Or when you strain the back :, .

tlcularly-fond of three things-a glass divulged" the secret that they badnot Many complications follow., '

I r 'of wine, a game of cartes and a pipe of the slightest idea what we were talkIng Urinary disorders Bright's disease.Doan'a :
tobacco. With the two former he was about. Thej have known'tbat we sick <
Kidney Pills are for kidneys -
frequently obliged to dispense, but he were crediting them with some virtue . CO ,
could not and would not do without that they did not possess, but the only
the latter nor could be help Indulging way In'whUb: they could learn of that Mrs. Sarah E. Rexford Kissimmee .

P In smoking If It were, ever so little virtue was by an observation of our- Fla.. says: "Our little daughter suffered I . .L ,
1" -- ---- ----
before be undertook anything **rl4 selves. 'from a kidney weakness for four 1 ------ -';;--- Wholesalers and Retailers ol f i

>us. A few 'puffs at the spur' of the For modesty Is- a male not a female, years.. She seemed to have no control .,

moment. would satisfy him but to doS virtue, and It men do not get tIM over the kidney secretions, and this

;S ,rt ,without them at all' was a matter of credit due to them It Is only because weakness was especially; bothersome at Timber and

Impossibility. For this purpose be they have lost the power to bluib. night: We consulted doctors regardingher "MR.
bad: appointed aa his plpebearer one What Is called feminine modesty Is
'and tried 'many remedies, but
of hi. rboys": (aa he used to call his no more than au' artificial protective" case,
r hussars a fellow countryman from'Bo- device, something that Is assumed for nothing brought satisfactory results. '

? t stock-Christian Hennemsnn-who a purpose,'like a revolver. It has ao Recently we learned of Doan'a Kidney . .. r Timber Lands
bad charge of a large. box: of common basis In consciousness. But male Pills and procured a box from the Kis- : :. : '

long Dutcl; clay pipes, all filled with ,modesty has a basis In consciousnessand simmee Drug Co. 1 gave' them Co the

j 1' tobacco and ready for use 'at a mo la unassumed. No power on earth child as directed, and they gave her .
mob ment's notice. This box: constituted could persuade 'a man to enter draw- the relief for which we had sought so -

i 1 the principal Item .of the .msrshal's! lag room stripped to the sixtieth: degree long. Our daughter has now no trouble

Held equipage. Hennemana was aa devoted of latitude. He would be quite from her kidneys whatever. We are ... -....
to his master and Ms charge shy .about It If only men were. present, very grateful tor the benefit Doan's .
that be'would have killed on the spot i iall'ono' "but' women will do this In the presence '
who attempted to purloin a : of both sexes: and many of them Kidney Pills have brought"For

pipe from the box: or bring the latter I would go lower still but for the con sale by all''dealers. Price 60 desirable and
In danger. 'of breaking souse of tire. ventions. cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo : E also have some very very )

precious (to him sacred) contents. Now a woman who had to walk New York, sole agents for the United W

4 On the morning tho.memorable down the street In decollete dress States.. Rail -,
to
battle of Waterloo'Hennemann had would probably blusb. She would say Remember the name-Doan's-and well improved Orange Groves near .

;,,. ,|ust banded his master a lighted pipe, that her modesty was offended, but take no other. S5-2t
/ when a cannon ball struck the ground actually It Is her sense of the appropriate -

close by, scattering earth and gravelIn that would be offended, for she Road Church and School. We own most
all directions and causing the. white has not the least objection to bath f Leprosy Ascertained + .:

charger on which Blucher was mounted ing In public-that Is to say playing The long discussion over the bacillus I

to spring aside-* maneuver that about on the sands-_tn a costume far of leprosy (It has been going on for sale
broke<<>> the pipe Into a thousand pieces more exposlve than the decollete ever since Hensen claimed discovery of the property we are offering ,

., before the owner had time) even to lift gown. In short a woman's sense of of the specific germ forty years ago) I ,'

It to btu Ups. modesty Is one-half a! protective pose appears to be ended. Work during .

"Just keep a lighted pipe ready for and one-half a leD of the appropriate the last year or two at the leper colonies -, and balance we hold options on, so we are able to

4 me; I shall be back In it few moments, ). If you want a natural and unspoiled of Guam and Hawaii seems to i

after I have driven away the rascally modesty you have to .go to have proved that the lepra bacillus

French cburlWith these words men for It.- .The. Argonaut the real cause o' the disease. 1.1 the best of terms. '
i 5 Blucber gave the command, "Forward, give you ""of>

5' boys!I" and off be galloped with hI.ca..all7" Origin of Best Sugar. ,* Notice. !

Instead, however, of a chase) When the fleets of Great Britain Regular Teachers Examination will I have that.you wish to exchange I :

of a few minutes It was a rapid march blockaded all the ports of Continent be held at the Curt house on Tuesday I If you any property
f nearly whole. hot day, .
summer aa .
Europe, during tbe Napoleonic wars.Europe i .
all know from Sept. 3d, beginning promptly at 0 o'-

t j ,. we After the,battle history.was over. Blucher sugar. was It became cut off necessary from Its supply to find of a clock a. m. Applicants will provide '' for a. home in one of the best States in the Union

rod back with Wellington to tbe place of themselves with pens. paper and ink ; "
substitute. Before the discovery
where ;h. Brst' gbt a glimpse of the America sugar was unknown and i also, $1.00 examination fee. I II I '

:Vsombatlng. armies, and nearing the honey was the universal sweetening.But 36-2t W J. SEARS.I I call phone or write us what you have- and we can ?
.5 5 spot where Blucher bad baited In the I .
the supply of honey was not equalto .
i
,, S morning they saw to their surprise a
the demand now. In some countries -
Notice to Property Owners.To .
I
solitary man ,his:head tied with a /
as In Bohemia, they made sugar I -
find for what want. 4t'
handkerchief, one arm In'a sling and from the maple; In other countries you you
calmly smoking a'pipe. the owner of real estate abutting upon '
""Donner and bllttl" cried Blucher; they crystallxed dextrose from tile the itrect or part of alret described below. In '
'" Juice of the grape, but these sources' He city of Kladmm.eeounlrofOeoeolaand
4why: , ,1 '
look) ;boy; what are you doing were .Inadequate.. The final outcomeof In punttanoe of the following\ ,....,ulloo.--'L
the matter was the birth of the adopted by the Council of lb. aald City of KUIraraen. u
i bare alone T"rWaltlng .on Uio VUtdayof August, A. D.IIIIII: '' .
It 100 .
beet was
sugar industry. years ,
: via.: ii
_. for your speedy return, ago In 1810, that the first loaf of beet KBSOLUTION.Where i I I '
a was tbs grumbling "You havecome lI
answer. .. , --
sugar was made and presented to the work of grading, curbing and -- --
attest! ..I have waited for yon paving that part of Urack street betwefcn :
Napoleon and the centenary tills Mirt and Vine..t.baa been completed.And. "
heN In mouth for the
pipe wholelong
.event has just been celebrated in whereas, the total coat of,aaid n".1
day. '.This la the last pipe In the '' *d work. I I.W7INI.87. and the total troD....
t ''', boLl) The curaed French have shot Franc j baiting lot liable to lion for,amid cot i* I t' .I"j
fwrt. '
away every: pipe from my mouth; ,.. And, wb.re.tbe amount" of lien per Iront DAINTY TOILET ARTICLES ,
"' foot of aald. tote\* I1.2H.Ktmolved I ,
: Hats the flesh
'ripped from
my: bead "" Her Comprehensive Reply."I that he City of Kl..lm.mee hereby .
aS (.atnd'shattered my arm with their : ask only" In well .modulated claim cud will hold lien. for the above work I -
++ deuced bullets. It Is well there Is an IIpI'n the following described Iota of land on '1
tones said the earnest'' fiddle faced aald Bret k *treet,In, aald City of Ktutramee,i I
r; a end to the battle or yon would have young man, "that you give me wbat U>oeola County, Htale of Florida, toe tbe: )
been too late even for the last pipe. of love and that amount of 1..J8: per' front foot ;; ;1)j1
.you can your you
.' a. BAM ADDITIOaVBlock I
.fiaying.which. ba'6anded to Blucber'.tho never strive for my, sake to deny any O. Lot Block 70! Lot( Block 18. Lot 1 i indeed are those on view at this home of good i
,\ pipe, to enjoy the remaining fumes'kt yearning or strangle any impulse that Block 0. Lot 4 Block 20, Lot 4 Block in. Lot 6
of the weed.:, Blook Block IS, Lot S Blook II, lot I i
j B.Lot* jewelry. If are thinking of a gift at once I
pants within you. Give me what you '.lock B.;Lot Block i\ Lot 4 Block B. Lots you I
Wellington;:;wpa .Jbad.listened ,Uon-. 'can while you can give" It'' without B ook F. Lot 1 Black II, Lot S Block 6, Lot ftBl i I
K tlvely: to the, conversation here remarked ,' 'grudging or regretting, but the moment Block r.Lot* Block 4, I .. Lot T
to Blacb rYon: have just you feel that It la ..task'to loreme Block F., Lot 4 Blook 4,Loa 4 Block .I, Lot 8 see our manicure and toilet Bets. They are aa
admired the unflinching loyalty and Block O..Lot 1 Block Is Lot 1 ,
renounce m* forever, though the Block Lot 6' III, Lot I
C. i Block
bravery of my'} dainty desire elegant can
Highlanders.what as you can as as you y
t verdict pierce m* to the very ,heart. Be It far.hel'lve4 that the Council shell "'
shall I -..,, to this true and devotedaonlt" '"How,cute!" returned the Huffy meet en the and day September.! A. D. Will, at id Ilhfi6il and '
priced to please
h 7:HO p. ..., on aaid day, for the purpose of hear'log express, your.purse. ,
young tbl... 'Butbeel I ,beet- any and all complaint which the owner or. >
'"But your Highlanders had no pipes WI'IcNCbb.I"-Puck.! ,I owner. of said lot, .r any other ..-', }
to rel&lo themselves< .with"-From yea, eon interested In anon .P"ij-: > ,

1' r ,Bpofford's Library of ;Wit and Humor.eJSaaVmaaaaaalaBBBBaBMaMBBVMBWSMeaaaaeanBiHim ,, "'- slro ment to aud make the against claiming the of oust of I IHeaolved..funl I ?
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) /About a 'Woman >*r. that t Mlien. ....11...theIrgel
notio of the oonpletlon of said work bypabllnhln
"" Lovers" Waited ton J/ '.Mr. Oudeman-Llttl* boys"shouldn't *this resolution according to law Ina '. - ..

A"miracle bf patience was the court.ablp fight Won't.you,let me,help 70u.outT' Kl e eekl lmma*ntwipaper.' ' publtobed- IB. ad J j CJ' I of . ',
I A-worthy slipper-maker of the Muggsy-r-8ure As ,die Is going to Notice 10 hereby'given that tbe O> of' :+ a J we leT and' '_'
> be fer blood might stand) over the City of KiMlmmee will meet on this gal dr .C A. COLE ,
., town of ElblDc.'W..tora' Prussia; and you of sept mber, A. D. int., at 7H 9 p. mrn on *alddav. .
his bride 'ot a'few'days',*, Their ,betrothal dare and catch' d* lady .In. case she for th* purpose ef branna complaint. .e""
whieh the owner or owner*..any of.h..abovedeacrlbed Optome
bad lasted for.30 years; Wienthe .wooaa'Ii'-PuclC. lota, or other peraon Interested la rlS.I
dun was II'Jean .of age a mar4lage k' I. loch Improvement, nay desire to Bake agalnat
the of auoh ,
between the pair was' actually oat Improvement. 2Ltt.ytNAa i iuK '
Youngster. By order af the "ouDell. this
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.;arranged, but.;at the last moment an Observant A,,D 11112. :I I
Teacher--Bobby,. what, la,, paraffin 3, R. GILBERT. L. '
r ,affluentv'a on wbosefortune'tbey used fort 'atilt CI.rltotth.CnvotLiamlmm.e.. : l. .,,' ,
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?, had: been counting interposed with -
For rubblnV'% on meersh'mpipes. ..r'
Bobby- .
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u' tth* threat of disinheritance in case J,
make 'em color.
Pl .m. to
'this particular union ;should take t-
'4t place"' Accordingly :the wedding was . '\ '
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i postponed'. t".q} the 'obstacle should FOX ALWAYS, WAS CUNNING Paint Paint Paint ,Paint Paint Paint: Paint Paint:' ,,

+ ? It' have been"removed. It"was not, long ,
;before the aunt Sled, but when ,her ...bl..Front the Talmud ,'Tells How .' '. 'I' 'I f
,
.-will It'was toad that 11<.1. /0' .
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was opened
an
M. Put the Bear lit th.
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her 'her'Nephew .. . -
bag bequeathed possessions to Well. ""
only on condition hat b did .. '.. ... ' ''
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k dot marry" the girl of his choice" for. A fox and a bear were out walking .R.O'S'SGRAVES; ., : < p

, at least another. to years With a coma I together.one day, when, as they passed Qal; . . .
; t trfnatloa ot fidelity. and, prudence. a" bous*. ther smelted the dinner,cook* '. :uTIa."Stor. that Appreciate Your Trade" ,'h I

which Is deserving of wonder. If not Inc.Tb fox suggested to his companion "' n " a .. .' .,' ,
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-
.admiration;\th.couple'camlyst that they should 'creep Into the .
<<
ll!
themselves to.wait.,out.this,,term Jt kitchen: :when;. no one ..was. there and . 'H" \
bas at last. expired, and they: have be- steal some of the food '*,The bear, - . rS
*COlD.'maa and wife, though It,should act'0e4but: while thej were! In;'tb* "" .' /' .

lad t: added that the, marrtace'ceremony kitchen .tb*. cook' came In and, the : :P.' :Paint BUY Kyanizs Varnishes ' I #
W1. : ,
V to take place la the boos of tb* .bear was;caught and punished. For '
bridegroom, who Is now'. confined tot.nont.bs but e ; THE -or* Floors Interior Woodworkand .
r this b* threatened to kill the fox ", : ,
a heart eoraolalat;: I Known the World Over -
Jl the cunning fox said: .caI .. : BEST Furniture ,
v Pray do not let us quarrel.' I ;:will a.
f
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B4rrgeCanal Ready. (In ltl{ C; ..
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take,you,to 'another place'wher ,,. : IT IS r*
Th. New York 'barge canal for the shall certainly.obtain,plenty of.food." ... .. ECONOMY -
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1, transpx>raUon. .;;'Of.P":to N."i. .:York At'night the for led'the bear"to a ,, -- : 't, .. ' I' ,
harbor will be ready for, na* In 1115. pointing to the''refea : "
deep well and l :
AT'
k ', ;pco.rding to, State Engineer John A. tion of the moon la the water below 'Missioti'Staina Alabastine>< Wall Coatinj: .
S ,
S The "
_"S.' poll; .ns.L'** long.'?will Champlaln be-the,first, canal"section, It *al-rbero> Is. a one cneee, *. .We;will. .go'dowri t, The Stains!' with, reputation"' ".. ., 'I t...: the Best:_ .. . t "

S 'Completed and will he opened, la 1'K.Tb 'and get It," '
4 '
"M t boats to' be used on (his canal I'' \He"tjken got Into one of Ute bucktaat' ; ; < -" ; .' .' :. '

>rtll be 107 feet' la,length and bare *0- toe J'Ope''and"told.-,;;: the. 41 1 ROSS GRAVES, .. .
beams.,: They wW draw U feet e
foot I tta.n.of the ot or. .But M ** J I ,

.of'. :water., \. '.?. 1 ) to1;;balance" 1 I weight. a.larg* ston pas placed with "
(
Whstw Does-.He Stop ;him ..'tie ffl"l :. : .- , '. )I
t% 0'1u.m.o.. doesn't seera to be la any Ai..... UUte:,1NI&r ... .OUltW tIM, D... .. I D"0" >( (

; ., .... 'harry et. lite.' ? .' other' bucket tb*' fox"threw'ou"'tM" ...--.Eamt ,'.;..w. < .. '' :Paint: Paitit, Paint v,; -:- ; tl ;
5to atelaC'Oe / ,
- 4i:
"-' *Ss *S4'.narty.: .. )/be stops,I Io' e de.gbnded agdwss, left la.the,\ '( ." ,. ,

,, ", 411,.pats. his ,foot'upon ya "brass" ralLVt I.;') "no- th.'T&bDucL' f l .
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'1' .Walker,"" .A Cosaire*3a., > I the voiaa curt 'Ices ...... to OampbeU school.''''. Warrant laawl,dwtef j't.; ;,1 KSJM M ,97911'$ ':StffR THANDeeWV il' "
){: nfMifc i'tv ,. .'-.-.. .i 1fre.'aatA .,1491 uu.;
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\ O 9r.R11Uaid, labor aobool Mo. .. .' for. ,the next colored school. No.-.. viChainaan werrea.paWderteg. .R 8149tF1 ... M.IMar.i, fti
the. aR yes )'! ''I./ :
: :School l:Board YTn1.Jw8ebooiNol.h....... .,,. : Baaa war fcatraetad: to ae-; -. ..Liver ,Tarn' at .N...... wa ;,

Dealer IAltns,'I., lkJ.oonro! 1.',!'>}'. district'No.: cur from.Mrs. Mr.F Sears'th vacant ;W.rvnbOMtaadl0. ( July', '., '' .y.o.t: .. J
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Al'dao'III 1I.s.gen 8' r '".... .room on Main street for school 1, .. . :. ,+,..ry 2'1111' .107H1 74 I '
N.laoe J&oaItJao. .*.,' "". '"", . ,.C ; ), been re purpoaeafor ;; ". Cahsel My Tee ChIt
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; ";. Fla.'Aug.' ,._ lN.wmD.i.mb.rliobool'1tot..p, motion, duly the next term '10 per, moaUu, ' .
.!Tbs Beard of' Public lnetrJebon'met Upon petitions from residing ..a..Dai. ,, ;
,Oaoeola Hardware Co.appUee .epeol. ; caiivaassame : "patrons 9
in regWar'aeuioathere,being present Nod.. .. .. ,...... ...... ...". .r;. .. ; 'at' Mulberry' ''Spring asking that a NetdeAct11aJuada.l916.$2tg9Jb,: ; i47tJ; -.
W; GI BaV" chairman;, E. E. Brown. W> Bear*; belp animal. report..A., *. .. : ; school l be established at'that place and eseaa&L haroIT" ". ," .: : ,If You..r. a ......1'; .uWr.yon ... tnlr' 1

and W. W. Chandler] ;.also W.(J Sean, KIM Lumber Co. lumber KhaalN..4. .. Flap. petition. an6wing that there, was sufficient Ntt whlUMbooliopermteil.. .''21 u ;are," tried to,bunt: ;'Mk'yoor'dnwcfct '
J W/ColllaiUt" >orecl>ool.No 4, Inspectors'and .
superintendent;! . X 9 Brawn lroighlcudkaallnr. district No number of 'scholars to, maintain Ha..Befro '2booJ., operawd. ,,J', , if a* ean mbeotateay;jiwaataw;,, ,1, '
: 4 .
,Minutes'of 'the' last regular semlon John B'.1I&11d0D.1&1>oI' school No".IS.,, O.ceole'Stat. said school,and a deed to: antacreof '*"TtAl...... .. ''21. .. f toe draff'not to harm you. : ..He't, '1<

were. read. and approved.. ''8ub$... .. .*." .. .'. ... : that at! land :having' been given, aa required, Ho wbIM leather enploy.d. M .' .. ,, 41 do (It because beV1.N'T': 'dO It. rf ., "

#B. CM: Miller,' county tre..urey reported .A' petition' having 'been- filed I ; ; & tax school th.bOard established said school l. to be ]"'0. Df, <(ro: t ..,;>." ;,(f[-I.g>>-./: -4 But bere in s. perfect, substitute. ',,fo<. ,.
'
a* follows-f cltiron* ot Hilliard'a bland < ; day: of July '.known aa Mulberry school No.21.' Tout) .,-vl.i/;; '' 44 calomel whicn\ the.druggist; does" guarantee
r1'o the HonorabW-Board I! Lake'..klnJ that the district'M Chairman Baaa,.El: E, Brown and Superintendent . tt ttie: famous Dodson'f ,Liver"Tone.
i PublicInstruction. to law, we did *lit TCAOMBMWbitev "
11I'1' Or
: Co.: .ull.
follows Sear were appointed a* a ." The Klaaimmte Drug ,
/ .In and for.Osceola county :' In'IUd petitionread as ; at said election ...:i..'';'s11od,7f,5120389, If' t9
I .Beginning 'on north aide of committee\ to arrange, for the building ; refund your money,without question .
,,1 herewith tender my report aa trea- All th. office . :: ./-62809 090 00'waAOLLlitae '* '
Tohopekallga where range',line: and do everything( necessary for the establishing youare not thoroughly satisfied. .
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,.
hirer' of Osceola the month and further to I\
county for
.of. July, :A. D, 1912, : : (30)and) thirty-one; (81)) .east" at'said election of said J Mulberry school. White' nale.. ." ...',... :...'.414" '' .of. 'Go';to the Kissimmee Drug Co whom'you ; Far i iabout

.iBBIUBAt, BCBOOL PVH D.1 said! lake;;run thence,north to "of district\ tax Salary: teacher of said' >school*'wet Whit 1_"..... ,...?,d.. .,,411(' . sets: arc acquaint( with" ';;:.:and'jpd'.out; .. .

T'- baUno* from lass "'POrl.V'...... ...I 'iM :30T corner of aectibn. one ((1)), l /annually for placed at J4Q per month --.t" the"great Jiumbe/ f'people'whoa ,
!
0 amt-ree'd hoe Comp Mnh Be4....... 14 06losn1romcitan.u11 twenty-five. -(25)south) of range ] The ommltte.appolnted to make arrangements Total..,...:f..v:*, '01alaa. are taking this,remlirkapleg remedy' and

:"- -!*- ..1000 4>0 "'. to, years and the- for,adding to the 8t..Cloud Nero ..,;:.. ,,."'H'.,,,..r 71-.._ -Wt feeling better,, keenerhealthier; anti .
' '"' ,.<: Xs..I_.. City...: J010 00. (80)) atrrtbence"wesf; : n district) at N.arohm.lee.. .... .. ..,-... .'.'7; 101 than '
:3'+.m'reo'd 1 from Tax Col taxea II-70.KO, corner of section six: ((6)),, i school reported that they met on'the :.-., better: "able, to enjoy life' theyever"wire

roUa1911$21.I, : :: ;, '1729 twenty-five ((25).outh) of range; : .- Hilliud, 21*) 17th and awarded. the'contracj Nelson .J ....141 ..111II when taking calomel.
//1' (SQ) ...tth.ne..t;: to East ; H, Walker 21. and Etey, they- being tne lowest y""a'ICIHOOIo. paora.'{,.' Why t Because calomel: poison--.;:

Hy paid warranta' 'SI per 2x8128 hopekallgt, meandering in a mills. 21 votes. bidden; that' the.'contractor gave up 190S a -lIlt' one that may atay I.n' ''the aysUnvaad: : '

. ,,. 1120 InSSfleS direction' the contract and the ommitt 'award.4 112.00000, 3T.78B,00 eeeming to benefit you.temporarlly. -- ',"
whpe.
'." and eavternly along 7
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''. : .. . .or same to N. K.; Baas for the, of celled the ... do harm In, the 'e d., If )'011' '
<..,.......e.. ,.v..u..t, !..t 800 M gin of said lake Eaat, Inspections ,W. sum Your attention I Ia to. difference may (
,'. '_\ oamoi.ava-oiaT.wo.' point beginning be.made a .ub-. ; $4500., he being the next loWNt' d.r. In the value of the school l propertyat haven't teltthe, s.c tU-offset. ''w-farit;, ;,(;,1.1-

ToW from ...rt report." ..,....,..,.,..r.>...,,> ,,45041W dlstnct ; the present-'time..a. compared with la because yon.are,fortunate enough to; ',.\
:
not reo'd from Tax Col:'-..,,,,...,.,!. ,IIBy ; t said election ANNUAL REPORT. atrong'constitution::, . *> '
have
1 The board having 'examined. that of 1909 J' 'desire to call )'OUI'.t, a / .

lluio .i.N.......,,,>,?. ... .| 41111 tition, and., finding' It bad the to S.w. and To cools the! Board County of, City Public: .Instruction-,Os- tentionto: the fact that this if virtually'the ,Dont,, take the risk any longer, 'Geta :: '

e ,. avB-BMT..... S.'Ti '. number of citizens' names; lr viair.re"f' tax levy of Gentlemen herewith, submit to real value of the buildings and furniture. bottle*of Dodt on".' Liver Tone'(15Oc), f' .

b4 from teat report....,. ,..,.... 16M 6iTe superintendent to call an i the majority you To ..aun )'ou' that this is the and note :how easily 'and"naturally 1! ,, *:
"' annual for school year"end
sine reed from Tax Col) fez.,.,.::. .. 184 tbrea'mille to be my report. mil billon"'conditions. bow It-
district ; atate'that the'en corrects ;
'eaid .ub-.ehool the ing June 11l.1912.By case, 1 shall aimpiy ,'
'for'each of the ( '
.-- 1686 Uf known as No.'C"' for Monday; W. R 'referring' to! *ame. you' will find tire school' block for the Kisslmm clean .away that sick headache a *

pal. amM ta... ,..r llt, ., 104 W A. D.> 1912 for the purpose oC r ; ,Walker IllQiard.having that the Indebtedness, of the school fund school is only valued at. $2,000.:: The coated tongue. bow Jt, satsyoi;: 'rightwltbodi -
: 'difference' in-three sells or gripe:, Tb. mopt wonderfuthing ,
whether the above large In Taluatlon'
.Bj bAJa Dee.,..>..........'............ .!. 1M1 .11 description ,the vote east of the county baa been materially 're- :I ) In the world'for coeetipa1 1 '
,Is '
'be a sub-schoor distnct, 'for and the careful business :years also brought about by the construction
;! to be elect by same -
OBOOL"VB-DMT.MO.4. 1
......., ...... pose of electing'the', trustee methods next the board wilt of/the' handsome building inKlssimmea !
'Takalfromlaatraport. M2 M I district for the year again tlon.All .
'and. also to ... -aDd'aJeo'l the houseat thia -without .the .alight*** inter* ', '
"h*_.*",4.tn.mOampMcliRe4...... M rn.st: two' )'ean. ;>: --*" ."'- Y be out of debt: I scnooj '

maximum mWr e', for .the. .. was instructed Below .1 wilt. (4282f 1. h '
who "
throughout-the.county1 To those
years of ,said report. and for the 's '
purp0esof
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Hat:. .
pAId h. per _0000T The board appointed S..B. ; in warrants ahowing. your wonderful work were 'not In the county In 1908.'Shall ChoiceJVataat i i Lot: ..
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.. ,,J!:. Brown for
By "* . 481 82 ,L. Sullivan and H.; C. Harrell. : the State that ,,they felsaimmee school was '
1 oe\ : l D. 1912., and,''comparison, also give; samesynopsis No. 470=Th{. .choice. .lot )i s locate, .
aDe.eL.tra'DJft' M..I. or*,and Ira Wetberbee; clerk .. appointed to for year ending June 80, 1910rt completely ;'destroyed. : tare, and the one block >e.t, of the courthouse: OD u4
To.......from laat report 84 68 election.I' '" Sj largeindebtedness shown by the :year '
...-.. .. ; 1 7. .aaoupta; Emmett etreetC in beat resident Metion -"- r.,: '
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1..mt reed from Tax Cal '- 611Il'eY The return of sub-school : r 1910 was thus brought about, .
would be Impos- 110 isit ,. Hat frontage ot 73 feet on, Jiia!: S.:i: .
8. Whittier Fla., having been Cash on hMd at rut report d 77& M''.1 toeO 85Receipt. Agaiq' congratulating you on your ex mutt street'extending back 1471:, feet. '
: the board, motion duly addition to the ..r 91$4901, 4828'694'To4.1. cellent showing during tlterm""',,ofofce'I : ','
I *f(paid warrant a.per llrt MO!'. upon aupermtendent Few' orange .and: grapefruit trees on ,.'
,
proceeded to cane..i same beg to remain
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ala) .,-t aa follows : said school'.pen .... Your very truly .. the1 lot.. On sewer and 'water.Jinea.' A,

.. at.1050.00. .
It waa .a tJ ---I bargain
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B. C. MILLER For Trustees.-W. R. Godwin W. J. SEARS, 24tf H. M., Breaker ft> Co..
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County Treasurer.Warrante H. Baisden. 14; J. J. Harvey Supt. tub. InsU, Fla. ,".'". "
Werra.le.. { '.'1027H3 M 781 71
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in the sum of .$1700.22 Harvey 1. -- --i 'There being no further' business, the Notion for Publication.: .

were' examined. and 'cancelled in open For Tax Levy.-Two mills This "..ro. warraaU ""Id. Board adjourned till next regular meet- Detl.tneeiII.-elalewAos'V.8.Land Ufflee a$'. f ,
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...Ion. (Signed) W. R.Godwin, O. was instructed qmrliuiyecr $1301965 96b47 II I Ing. .. Notice! her.b71tIrra. bat.1'Jerrr WML JI' DIzosr i'1B
Lee Baas. Inspectors John H. ) for achool Old warranlt paid dune W. C;; BASS, C riortdaT 1 who oe March 18, 1 1L mad ii(
:aDd ; '.. . \ :HomSateVl: Berlal No. OHM for NH of
Bill w".pproved warranta brid teacher' desks tear.. .i .: 10174 M jAe91 Chairman. Entry "" 1"
Clerk. !WU. _UoD *7.+Towoebln IIoIItloJ/ Ranee MKMtTTallahaaMM ,
.. follow: -- '- Attest! Mertdl.o.baa Sled notfeeof'Intentlopto ;
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'The board finding that amid Total warrafkin paid during make Anal five' Tsar proof, to caUbllih 1
W Been salary Bnpt.. .'..;| 100 OeWOB was-' conducted according to for school: No. .,.. .. "I9IN' Cl 4384072Owk W. J.Superintendent.SEARS; t' elalm 10 IbaJand ....... deeeribed. ....
..arMBri too Sore the Clerk: of abs 4'Irrult Court, a* Ek.immce. -
B K Browa. II 0 P 1. 10 bil\ finding that' the maxium tax July In hand,.. :of.. .'Tmanuvr. ., at Gt MMtll 'J "1 Florida' OB the ffctb day' of September. 1Clah..t ,
W. W Ohaodler, at B p 1. 2000a two mills bad received the was Instructed 100Aaes 1912' .:.. wltneeaea 1'- -. ., ,
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C miler_m ..........r'. .8717 I votes cast; decided' two'mills for new with the < Find U>11 ..... .. R321H28--: $40S8( G' 1 . .. ,, B. H. tiny, WhllUer FlorMMv. ,
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.c Bandy r ,-Com Taw.. : : Ool..-But) 2 1.. 1. IS maximum tax levy for each of svmiAJiv. , 100 acre, a portion of which: I I. In the 'W.. II G., .McCtollanit.of...... of ,Alter.of WhllUer.O. Florida.E. I'ICII14'-. .

.J .. ? .. 78 two and W. R. city Units $IiO acre and on : E. W111U,of Alger., Florida.
7 U I.... .... 9. :years, was appointed to I WarraoU ont.taadlog; July 111 per ; easy HKMRT ...
4 M. ..., N M 4. .,. 114. Baisden and J. J. Harvey ...-. 004--...AM -,.I 4. 1809:., .,. ...t,?. ... .. $1617(98., 1729111 payments. R;'.D, Waring A Co; 19-t: 005I.84'
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+ .. room on Broadway and expect. to announce t the definielu, the death of our brother. That we f'cherish : : \.." Just' await, 'the 7li S i when Use. dooms of the. .W+ARING. :;
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C..WORIFFINi: 'wfl5hIcAB: ,' The Leghlaturtot'leltyunder! a Mry&epnwnl.hrs oW.. net.,and b-! clerk of Lb. HouSe ,Freshness' as w.1I..high ffinM ,oj *W..,. .;;( 'k J' *'<

Blrthd.y'p.rUe..tlnll in. old'Alger the Oona'ltiitton' (if IWM, of the State Clorlrta. ' !f ;Once over Oaoeola Pharmacyk'aONKSl' Call for what you want In the IH(
did I aM tbr e Joint Raaolatlone. prapoeln! Th* vote*eaaMn'compliant; with eatd'prod '
StapreiihrFancy"ERIES once'more.. Last Monday nijfbV Aug. .'"."iOinenl'a to Uw Coaatltuilon of the State oruirlda posed .....elm.a.... and the .can..>. deolaratlona 't Residence 63 :. ..GROCERY''LINE,' *

I UtIf./Mr :Bessie, Fkagga? gave nice .nd UM...... were nrr..d *o br a vote cad return. thereof kball be subjected'. to rOlllce 148 .
F : the. ... .. ( A'I
Of Wireeaitbaof all the nembera .Io pa'1y.and peanut parching In honor;: rat l> .......: that the rots w sold. Joint Keeo previdcd by law. for gsne..l ,,1801'" S ill the X11'x
bRO' I Intluna. were entered .pnn .tbelr reapeotlTei'bntnala. ,.late of Florid. \ t.
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: seventy-third birthday ,. aud a.,. thereon and IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF; r he brr. 'w I.. WINNPHYSICIAN 1
: father Mr. J. M. Dixon. The young they did del.rmin. and dlreol that. the eald unto set any hand and affixed. the Great. \!fact of ..
.' : JototHtuKiiutlonabeeubnillted to the eleetora Ihe Staleofflorda., .. Tell ._.th. Capital, t i
-- folks wire"very glad to celebrate one of lha rtato., the. Oeneral. deotloo.\ Jn Norem. 'ble the .".orllnn< dm, ot
r of the old soldier's birthdays and all ber' I01S., V Seal) lteentayAYeentayCaAWrt1RD. (
NOW.. TIIERa: RE, I'i4.CLiYCaAw.; ,1f8.J/L: ot *'*****.
Fr e Delivery, to.all Parts: tried to make things as pleasant as possible FORn.Beervwrr" of State o( tha StaM of I"JMI. RaotDI&Hn. P...... ill K__... .
da,do heraby. Ih'. notloe that aUBNERAL / % in:Court ; SUte of Omen Pro*a VI Ftoau A<
;j 'of the,City, The party lasted all night. The EUDCT10N.: : CountyJ-udije, $

a-ue1ta.eret.! Mr. ncU.In.R.E. Willis, wilt be b.U In'earh ronnty to Florida on Toes- Florida: County of Osceola.. -

I Mr. Joseph Smith, Mr. Bert Smith, Mr. day out, A.D. ItIT,1ll.: the'eald flret Tuaaday'Noad.. blue." In November .the r...........; Hebry T. evnforT. '. JR. DBWITT. LIGHTSEYOSTEOPATHIC f, :

s , ., Berry Smith, Messrs. Charley and Kob- tirra DRY or NOVEMBER: "':Notice: .fe Ihas hereby on h.given 25th,f:;of all Jinuery.Whom, II L may D. PHYSICIAN

'or' the ratification. or rejection 01.ad ism. I .b..u. apply to the Honorable
art Misses 'Carrie ;Padgett tieo. 1'
+'+4+4++1 '4'+ S Padgett. Joint Reeolntloaa. proponlnK amendmenta to Pucker, or ba aueoeaaor In office Judge of said Eesldence' Phone 2'li:

Celia'.Padgett: Annie Padgett and Frances Iba Constitution of the State. of Florida, "...t cnu"" .. J<*U* of Probate for a final dl.eberg..aAdminl.traloroflb.matsof .- ' Office Phone 98 h ..

;'" Skaggi and' Messrs. J. E. ,Young JOINT RESOLUTION: Prolog en Amend T.etacfool} Aeoeaaed Henry Rooms 3.and 4 A
meat lo .rtlolo V of ..& of tbeMtate ; and that at lbmsme

CRAYSTONEBt and Robert' D. Gibbs.; KefreahmenUTha - . of Florida. RelailTe. to the Jadlolary- .peparunant --. tima aommota 1 aball a..present AdraJnlatralor' to tba. aald of laid Court Slate my,final and. State. Bank Bld'g KlssinuMee.. Fla.DR. . .

,erYed: ..Ir for their. approval '
Be It Beaolired by the UrUUtar. of the State
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tilt'It The weather is something fine. It of Florida : ,' f a B. D WIENENGA
II' au TIt That the 'following- !D.tdJuljILA.Diill 'Admlntalrator. & SON ....
amendment Article DIBBLE
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rains in\ the afternoon and cools-off the ,of the OonntltuUoa of the Stale of Florida ... .. ; Ill iam4mNotice '.'

It 2 1.50'to S.60 per day.i atmosphere and so makes the night air' tire to the I'If".J: : to 'be nuntered iVETERINARIANC;
Section I 4 : Administrator.aCoort .
Article V. be and the
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\ Special by Week or'month;, very pleasant. ..me'a hereby errs. to and shell be aabmlt- : STOCK\ TRKATEI FOB.
ted to tbe aleetore of the kale... the ceneral !aCoort of th*Count >Jadnv8taU of..FlorkU.. _. ALL DI9BASB8J i
: has arrived.
4 A w.mlll l. ".,*, LlnTEBll.f.IMI ' .D. L..McLaUKhlin election. to be held on the Lrs Tneaday after . . "' '
Dan Barber was in' town Monday. the flrat Monday la Movember....Do Wlfc tor In re eataaa of?.I.:oil dvoMaadi' I>aJ'PhoneI51'NiAh' DR. W M. HARPER" r
t... *+* + I I,.IH I I HI ratlfloation. or rejeotlon. to wit I Notice la ......" n_ te all..wbomltmay' ....n. Ph...I. OttuLKDOk'FBA.! sOSTEOPATH .
i t L. L. Fertie has sold the F rtle Lumbar Deo. 41 There aball be another. Jndra. of tfc* earn that en tha*7th day of Jaauary.A.U.ISIS. '
Circuit Court of Duel Gonnty) tn addltlen to i *baU w>pllr te the Honorable Oeo.T. Parked
Co. Charles Arnold of
law mill to the Circuit Jude ; aaldUoar I ,
of.Tu. elrcult In whten aald Jnda-ee a* Judnot Prebeto. fora R. M. L.
Whittier. Mr. Arnold is now carrying county la .Iw..... such additional Clreult ?Jdlahrn. a* *3mlniatrat rot the estate of D'; BRYAN. .
: Judva shall b.appdntdby the Oowsros.nd ff- ?-011' ""- deoaaead. : aad onaa at the earn .
\W; off thejast load. : (omen'd by'the Senate,and ahall..hold office I will my find. aeeoenta s......... DENTIST STECIALIST INN .. ;,r
LIIIX DOlOR The children of this town are just for eta (ftl') ...., and aball receive the aame tees-.,......-........,... Ykro0 tItaI. .pP......... CHRONIC DISEASES'* '' i
slays.... ......_ for up.neeasaahsr : ."" ,_WJL1.I KQ.QAB'lW'R. Building
wishing< for school l to open. Circuit .I..d..... bat the ..... shall be neJd bv Alj.tJ: .J6 D.1915.: Admlntotrator.' Squires
L tbe County ol Da val oat ol .the general revenue. {INew York Avenue OONs4TATfON EXAMINATION FREE ''f"

of pale. county H. shall have. all. tba power saaSheriffs Stv CLOUD FUMMD --
and perform. all ....doll* that are or may. M Sale.. I
Christian Endeavor Work. KISSIMMEE.; FLAit1JEOAVS.THURSOAVS.8TOROAV
provided or preaerlbad ay th Conatltntlon qr '
by Btatnt* for Circuit Judge. *,and all atatnte* Undercoat by virtue of aa axaratlon land .' 'iOPPICE
Endearoren of Kissimmee and roundabout eonoernlng Circuit Jndgv* aball T to Urn. out o'and under the Seal of the Circuit. Court !.' W. SIMPSON CENTRAL HOTEL
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''I The distribution the ba.l_ app' .ClronM Is and fen Oaoeola Cooatr, wherein B. F. to IrfwONE
Real Estate towns are commencing to think Court ol On val County between tb.two Circuit I obbM.Plal..tlff. end J. A. Lanoaater la lW
: Judge* end lbs allotment or aaalBaaant of fendut.1 have thla day levied. ., open and. will DENTIST .
{ of the district convention, place not yet matter and eaar* t*.. be heard", decided. or ell. at uablli _Ie. I. front of the court hone see . ORLANOO. I'u....
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.. decided, '''to be held probably about the.first dered, tried decreed oradjadged. ehdll k* con doer la Mi-atenite,Oaoeola County Florida, Upstairs In Katz BuDdlng. '
trolled or made. when. Beoaaaary b, the 4adr. on the Unit Monday la September {,,; I 9 a. m. to 12 m.
week in November;. or late Oc of aald Court who .....n..bave the older oommualon. eeeond day e, the month, between,the legal OrnolC HOURS: 1
.- In force, at tba time Snob additional ..- or _I....... following described reel- r 1.30: to 630p. m.
tober. ew4fi.I.- Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. lvr.DL .
Judae
fait aball .Id.la Puval Coautv.A JsaVLJaflll"
.tKISSI MEE. FLORIDA lot UMl jot fraetionU Block It of the
Over a hundred copies of the following JOINT' RESOLUTION:! PropOdBg' aa Amend- Couth.Florida Railroad Vompany't survey of rTi: '
mend til ArUnle I2oftn. ConatltMloa of the the Town of ICI.lmm..Oeoeol. Count.. Flo- W.. W. CARSON .
:r, quotation were ,made on the C..E. el ale of Flo Ida Relative te Edoo..tlod.be. ....."levied upon, at the time of' Jedxment. a* .

mimeograph for distribution In Augustfor Known aa BecUna 17 ol Bald. Aniole) i'rovld.- property of the Defendant,, J. A. Lao....... DENTIST
log' for the .. Bonda by Bpeolal I TaxHohool lo aattaty execution and ooete. 5 Real Estate Agency f
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T.H.BUftOCK the Sunshine department: Dlitricw, Bxclnelve Va of Purchaaer. lo pay' for title/. .
'iI : Pnbllo .Free. School A Ithln Such Hebool Dltrlot. *- C. jr.PRBYATT.( Office over Cole's JewelryStoreOffice :
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"Those who. bring sunshine to the and Antborllna-, th. Levy erf a Tax loreale 83-it SherUr of Oaexola> County, Florida. t waMa\\\NNaaN\\Ne.asaMaYmq .
c. a finking. Fund for Lb. Payment of Hours: 8-W 1-6
others it from
lives of cannot keep
I o tea Inlcreit. ana Redemption oilman Bend In the Circuit Court ot the Seventh Office phone 158 t Realty bought: and sold. .ft.

., A; themselves. J. M. BAKRIK. B* I* Reaolred. by the Legiilatur. ot tb* Stateor Judicial Circuit of the.State of Residence 23 (<< Houses rented. ta.

REALESTATE Rev. S. S. Snyder writes of a nice I' That Florida the following: amendment. to Article U 'Florida in and/ for Osceola Ga>administered for extraction of teeth t Taxes paid and Titles( ver- L':

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vacation' they are having In St. of tbe Oonatltntkm or tbe state of Flo Ida. to County;. In Wed for non-residents. a.
.INSURANCEExamination 'petel'll.j' be..ka wn an Section 17 of aald Article be and Chancery. DR. G. E. PARKER t fsurancet / "
at the Alamama hotel. Fire Life and Accident In ::
-: >urg. the eame la bereby agreed to, and aball. be anbroiued Sitting, f *
tlssimmee leader of Endeavor to tbe elector of the S..te..t. the. next p
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1.Ir ; of Titles and president of Orange and In Ibe. yrar A.' D. 'U:&, for ratification a, rejection. Complainant IloaVud I OFFICE OVER O8CBOLA' PHARMACY:: 4 Indemnity Bonds. }'

a Oaceoia district is Rev. Snyder'and he bee Lntlalatnre may provide fur Fred. .... Hlc'nle H. C Forccloaurei *"' ll:0n urfrtrifr4ti-w"ir ..
.Ftai ffice) Hoursi riv m
to 12:00 Noon
splendid." ,.' ; School I>l.trloti to inaue btvndi far Homing \\ :
,' Specialty and family are "just the exaliwln nee of i ublio jree.eboola. within Veapondent. / 1W: to- 5K)0)', P. M..
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i > any auch Special" Tax School Dlatriot.' whenev 'Itappear.. from she affidavit-ot. . w. B. .:ro_ .. .. . ,
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Mrs. W. II. Bongart daughter. r. qualified elvctora thereof i b..r.bldul" filed that the fceepondenta."
who are freeholder, aball vote la favor. of Fred llrealur and Minnie M. HeaatDg rsk1.- DERBYSHIRE M. D.
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;J orresDondence Solicited.FLORIST. Miss Opaf of the Christian church inlampa tbelaanencaof auoh bonda I' beyond the llmlu or the mat or Florida: :: ; and E .

", write that it is "nice and trl's"f.:" aucb special Tax School that their rtwldenoe la at Norton In tbe BtatWer ) I
..- : : favor of tbe teananc oi I.x.t lUluol/ That" the ... over the age of I I
cool" in Champaign. IlC Rev. Badgerand bonda. a tax not to axoeed five mill. on tae dol twenty one yen, and that there I. no person ; Special attention given to the IennethfBuHBfrBARBER( ) ,f..
far lo .n one .. on the taxable property In the etate of Florida. upon wbnm the aerviceor .
wife, our good Endeavor friends of wi.bhnthedatrictvotl0. for the lamiaof bonda aubuoeue would binding! on said Iteapondewte. treatment of Women and ]
'rl' St. that It is baU. be levied In accordance with law providing Yo,. are therefore ordered to appear to Children. ll)
Augustine, report pleasant
for the lavylnv of ......>to brooms a. fund Ike' 11111 of Complaint filed In the shove cause.
b to have the furnace going in Wisconsin. for he payment. th. lotervat and redemp ou or before Monday the 7tb day of October' A. Office Citizens Kf
Pr tion/ ol alien bond. {>. 1912.name being-the Rule Day of this Com I. over Bank. PHONK
. ., ". Ethel Barbour, once the otherwlaa the SHOP '
MI'II'I 24-3mopd
!! Amendment >to Section One (1), allegations' of said Bill will be
; ,'Cut'Flowers and Floral Da6ign8 Starke Florida, Endeavor secretary keen: flu) and. Seventeen. (17) of ArticleThiee Mlt ta Nrtberbord.bv.. a.tddo that. Heapondentfl. ---- - .d
of tbe Oonatitntion tha thin notice be pal-
(8)) or Stale nf
for.ill occasions., writes from her new home in Chicago: Florid. K.I all n.. to tba Leglalatlv. Authority llabed for four consecutive. t>eok. In the (deal : r. A. VAf AONKW w. a. C..__

I Potted Plants. and Roses a "'I feel a little cool, and the wind Is of the Btal* of 'J lortdaBaltKeaolvad in ininee Klaalmme Valley*, Oaeeola Gautte County,a nawapaper, Florida published VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW Cold Drifits'& Clears ;

', by the Legislature of the State Wltueaa" K it. Johnaton' C erk Circuit Court I
specialty:; cold. I do miss the fireplaces. Here
or Florida: andthe seal thereof, thla. Elsa: day of Aaxnat
'' 'CA CALOWELL are glimpses of how workers from three That. the following Amendment.; to Pectioai {o. D. 191. I t Kissaamee, PI.... A ty
1 Phone. 83. MISS .JEAN On (1). Section Sixteen (10))and. Mectloa Seventern /I/l'| R O. JOHK8TON. *
districts in our State union are weath amended. W-4t
\17> aa of Article Three (8) nl .. Clerk Circuit Court.' Of9ce: 3-4-5J; Citlipnn (tank Building
the Conatimtloa of th. State of Florid be. and r -
ering. they are hereby! agreed to, and aball. bo proposed w.10 ClBsimmee Florid I .---
I and aubmltted to th.elector*, of this sand. . .
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u We have not any Endeavor room In estate for approval or rejection' .the next gen I : -

west This not aral election hereafter that la to aay r-- ut I15 :H.: D. GEIGER.
of Ocala. seems
ol FJe.mlmg--I
,j. W:' ; T'UOMPSON papers faction One (I) tit aald AJtlol Thre (S) abaU : I Sprfgg i 1
quite right.. be amended ao a.* to read. aa. followa: .191:1,1, : _- ; :
w Beat ou 1. (1)) The LeISlattv..nthorlli of j ATTORNEYATLAWOffice
(hi* Stale ah..11 be vaated In a Lvglalatur* eonaiatlng :
Our vice-president. Dr. Dill," In Winter ol a. Senate and a Home of Repreaenta and CLEANING '
tlvee. and Shell be doglanaied. THE LHOfwLATUMB State Bank Building i ,
FUNERAL DIRECTORlicENSBjD minister
unlike
Park is most
t.. OF '/IHB STATKOFFLUKIDA, bntth* a'' KisairanMc- PRESSING
'.\ : spending'''the'lummer at home. But sop'. rraerve to tbamaelvea.power to propoaelawa IlDIpl.trm Fonda ;
;; IUId .' : and amendmenia to the Constitution or ..* "
: .""..: J !1' ,' t." 4" hot all pastors would have the expert lb. Sate. cud. to enact or reject aach law andamendmenta u rub [ (..J.P, KRIBBS /. ',".. '" DYEING ..,

' /!:t \ '- EMBALMER |f' (4Iyl.yy enceof building nice bungalow cottage, at tha polls. Independent of tb. ' I'' REPAIRING '
; : , ; lAttfiMatur, and also reaerve at ihelr own op lien( DAINTYHLF KmatMMFt\ ,
' ; '1"0'" "" (i. the .first home ever possessed In Florida lion tbe power to approve or reject at. the poll ATTORNEY!: AT LAW n.. ,
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. aecllon .... -
.. Ijk :.k any act. Item or of any act, or .1. '
.. .v..-' +,Opposite Courthouse .':as ts the case.with Dr. Dili. tlon of the Leguluurel. . robs r Examination of Titles a Specialy.: I Le&"? '! >rd .t mJ' hou. aDd.clo u
N -. ,1)! Tb. flrbl power reaerved by tha people la ud on will b. CP) ed
< for and
the Inulatlva. and. twenty 120)! centum of , Notification and returoad..
Rev. C. V. A'lbertaon: of pandler. per payment of taxes of
1 rya ., tue t legal voter: shall have tbe right to propoaeany thefhat:: non-residents givenareful. .
19""r'. \. a FUtKIDA delivered such, a good citizenship address leculatlve measure. and twenty-nv (AS) I! Satisfaction
attention
1 oercentnm shall' hen the right to propose Guaranteed '
at Stanton at .a union picnic that auiendmenla to the < by petition .1 .. I .
: 'OD I.WU'l: : ,
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Lullra 1
Ocal.1 and every men petition tbe Lot
It was published in full in the i uT tb. neaanreao proposed t Lote ROBERT G. JOHNSTON

Star. Mr. Albertson is president f I> (9) The aeroud power reserved I* tb. Rfenoonm. I"" ILoL :r. b
: $1 .or S2 per'ACm per Month .and it may be ordered, except a* to- .... 2cC"r AST T.JS ,
Central district and pastor of two Presyterian -. laws ueotaaary for the immed ate preservation Lo, ' "S'
b Welrdale and Cand-.. of pnbllo peace, health and safety either b"J1ellllo" d. ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSrIlEEB" X1sS1 i e" et.-q; 01
: 'alW .N: '' "aritealao societies' rages' .... ..twenty (20)) per centum of ,
sue a 8 wall<* ifer4......._. ....Flowla. ..tbs. er., -.r.por the legal voter, or by the Legialatar*; .' ' Ii"- eU.crUlu-: ,
(II ThayeroeoMga of ..af........ li.rolsl. .,.. I FLORIDA ,
flaw aralaaw,coed aatje.4Lpvevs.dl.trlct. I :
... .. ; .l b.'1BePsrgltto drill::'
ae laiteraait, water rail tn.port. : ; : : .
.!.... 0... llaaral ooatrrct allow alr tb.SUnahln-e1..parb.i., messages' for flat" officer the \hell t. III t.OtJIO Q........t ,. tin{., ....au.ow'rf"C '
t* _y _t Title Bead at Oaaraateefla. svmpa.fjite! were ; to receiving highest anm. 1fhu alb : Jedss of the j i' ARTESIAN
.a ...... -- j bar of TOteacaat itanah a action e- :B. c.::.. Crlmf.al Court WEILS '
_. 4&I, General Secretafy,Shlw, whole Invalid (A)-'All petition*anbmltted under the power rear a 1, ",+,,,, ;
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of tb* Inlllativ* aball b* known* Initiative .
'' . wife dieda few weeks ago; and to Mrs I :off: eau:ea;;: lee ahail:' b* nlad with tb* Becreiary: a yd.a.rots Fer - MASS P4Yri; WABLOWATTORNKYS i/ Jlf.aoyaOt4onaftNaljdi I ..
Iban fonr (4)) niontha preoedeedlng .
I Dr.; F.: E. Clark; ill'with .
tb* data oFth* election' which the r , AND COUNSEUOS .-.....
.PP8ndlclu.1 -,
at, their $uriame home meaaorea 10 proposed are to b*voted upon .11 Eire.ors ,AT LAw''' .
and all anbmltled' under the r '
petition of
d leach,1 She was taken,.sick the fernaora shall be know aa-H power*frren- l .byaw. ........ ... eli. t.. of the SaI 1'en j f.aJ1i of suceafill''IM'.B
The ', duos Prtlilona." and shell ... filed with the Cub :.1 Ibs United BaSe. JSra_ the stsi 0riUinoMt a.. GaaraotM of.fae
Indeavor'.conference held ,;
was being : Bec-retarr of date. not mote than' sixty left) dayal --:---.. l .......... .. .... lead Commas.I .., sad the Interstate. <'-"HI. Ability ..to produce th*
Uemairi... > *a>t
and Its 'delegates "would hold son"ri. attar the final djournmant or the aeslpof s. .. : ] ,
ATLANTASEM1.WEEKl the .4- (iflala ure, wbloh aball bare. paaxad the, '1ns re Your. Property"; 11.14 CunoufJro. rslulte4 y'l'\ lee :
services Dr.' Clark's ttLAHDN1).EL &\,i .
song : near cottage measure to.bIob the referendum i*applied, -
: aba nilng of m NderendnmPatSIou agaliiatatfy The Nelson R.a1ty.Co'are' "" ft r4
preparedto '
for loveof tMothsrf; EndeavorMrsQarkaffectionately ,: as Item,or section" ot any SOS, or reaolutkon. TWO AND '

: : Y '; : c..led'by. hall not .........aba remainder. .of. Brach meaa-. : write ,insurance .111''' several of the RE JOHNSON WEUvS PQllm01-I
A
44ti many, especially'Junior. : Endeayorers."Christian ure(e)frombecoming.t.odrul Aaym.aaunortmendmenttolb.Conetltutlbe - relfabier;: old Jl e; ompant.. and will ''ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELOR AH] LAW -SPECIALTY: : 1

: ,. oropoaed ender the la""' ''.., and Insure-your. '' for the '
property'. :at. .
measure wbloh. the Kefadum..poplliMl ,you. Will Practice in all Courts ; ; -
.: any i 1
: JOURNAL Tact but r
.. the novel
,, shall be rete..... to. a vote of th.qua..- lowest possible rate. They have:t never ,' State and Federal a, !
. . 0.. ,. ",,. ,.". ". useful subject. fox;' meetings on'August8tha Bad elector* of- the State,.and Wen beoom a ad ''"'' .,.,.,0
> trouble in losses Office '
and da'c"
r u t,. law when approved. by a majority of tbe vote ny adjusting adjoining; .Broadway X4 ZivlOTl
'' Of course It Is more natural! forsome c.er'ihe..nand an..a pronlamatloa of tau. look well to the tnteresU of then*clients Citiaent Bank Kissimrnee S

; 'The; 'Biggest| f; ;:iNewsjwpjBr"in : P: to 'be thoughtful unselfish'courteous "and Governor(7) TAe, and vlo not power otbrwlai of- lh.ioeroa- ahall in securing',,payment ln<..Case i of loss; .: .' .
mnnifs'
tHe than It is'for others,'perhaps not extend lo. Initiative or Haferenduu. mea- will a; ,.tl:WVODM Att ,4
South We appreciateyour: business and -
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of U
,; aro..pDawred.bTe. majority, > qualified '
.. juat as conscientious''ai, beart.. Bat sl.ebni& ;. Rive it earefur attention 'Wf.aak S :$
V
_,l..e ,r''v e .Th.i, eerveUon of the" of the ,, a JENKIN 4; W.OODriAM ( (
J..oI' ., : ... Christian tact'/can be cultivated;, and lolilatlv( ) and
11'i [I '.: 'The ngal.e'ynd'; ../f<,The ;0A't>, It must be.used If.we are to be Bocce'. shall not deprive tha Lesulatur of th*riRbtlo appreeaate It autIleleat to Rive you ,the '
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"' > repeal any law nropua. or pea any awaa.r moet courteous and careful 'v V' SURVEYtORS. t Fsr . .
I f anti S.m&W..klJ'room"& : Is 'IS \ business "' ** *aacllralt .n>*...*rr '
; fill > .
b .
!j,' workers *. which nr eonalatent with she Ooo- < I folks who. ,Wskat feo know
f .eeste a year.If' yot will send ua'irI ', ptimtbn.1 the State and of tb* United State.I attention.. '. KiMimmee' .tI8.kl'l a1 about FtorTHB -'
} .ul"" '. NELSON Co'. Florida : -soper "peer moath'rly
\ State ((I. The lagialatoreahaJlmak* ' pro.ylo.IOII. RL\LTY. ] the i
ryonrtoltder; fou.ewn cet -, The secretary'recently .sent tar euqI".laO effect the provielon I .ab.od.aWsaayPLBeIgbAQau". {+
tA.8 it mimeographletters 'with- leaflets aboutU of thle -. ) B'rf r. ,
BeoUo"n "sttteen Article Bargain .laa" .
That 0 Ie) or said ''
fiheKissimmeeVali'ey:; >4 Efficiency' pajp, to'all the aociAties Tbra (1)) ....., b* amended ao aa to read aa '01- : ., FLORIDA. OROWBB.
Splendid new sue ion ) e jusihrsld MONEY
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'' iou BROKER eta FWM.
; both those for '-grown-up and 'J'7.io.: il .. j Aw.Tarye. Plat '
*. Eachlaw.;enacted,' city limits flue deep well. lot con"taini"two' ::1; :!
GaietEei children .Endeavorerm,,, in the' BUte' the LegUlator. or by the people .wbMtt .New,:York Syndicate:will Finance '
.1 : ? itiative,.shall embraces but ou. aubjeot' and acres ot j ground, good,' newbarti.wagon -'.....*.!!...-.Water!;; lUwtrta.' Mlntaa-. Tim l 'l
nniooIn, many churches large nam- matter. "" > onaeeted ."S which fcilrt n Band. Btoeka. *, +! '" ..
.d.. t$. thin Inth ., adbuggreheds: and all e. HOO*, .
be ..
abtoct briefly expreeacd 1&.1.. . : ". ..
_ bars of eictive member ( 0p. THOMA.ON. I .
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} I Ik are.tl'ODl.lIom.; -
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ana ao law ahall be amended or revUied ta It* 'mder good, new .fence" :;}'in. location Sou. Bevraaeatatim.KuBiMaiBa.. .... : <'- n. '
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: Seml=: Weeklf" but. this is :just the'ropportunlty'ftraining oalyj but la sob eaaatbaaat. as ,laad I- .! .t....
\ rt jjEaiiE3I) t :. ) ; OFa'aeotion .. amended, ball b* r.euaoted andTbu for small !track garden or poultry ranch.'l'bl"'p s j 4' :' G-jb : .

1 ? ,, I In'a'practipaliway: 'th.,one* PI! ed7tfe Vrv.ateen\1t. *." of NIA Attiol. }!fineproposition: whereyou I ,. JT.J: : ; Ef
SeoOon (171 .
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'Jotirna1 who usually "stand bade" and.t J inn. r. T .. ' 1 ,: .BRRR IS A .
Three 0)) hall be amended iao a'*te read a*fot- will have the freedom"of "'the country OU.1t4InBBD. "'B
..? experienced work.n'eari! the respondIbility. I J -. ',', , . :I Dee', ha............ an ......Ur I
/ 7 10- [ 00Iqre_
tj 17. Every bill paaeed by th* Lafbv. yet closet enough to enjoy all the advan- .. yo.r each that will...ly "keep
\t'r, 'tcult, : : ,site .l n .. .i.t enall'be read bylla UU* on Itaoratreaving =s- ti .. other ine.dy a Mae ,l .
roA Y
of the ;such .ds neala.a..t .
city splendid = ,
'I, .' (' . i In either Uonee. oaleaa ne-thlrd of ages high E. SjKIMBERl ;j"
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t T la the death of Mr.La Peno- tbe ,mem.r. present oeair it read by aeotiona. school beat.ke churches ; ALL.ii/OINT..NT-
sodden etc.
i ..... UU ahall broad.n three aevaraldale j : .} I ..-tI. !,, a ir .
; ' iu Oollr to
FOR: ONLY $ tl, , ;.Tamp .-,c.". E.:: Wor&' lose _..... Price -' ". Nrir' 1' 'r. I Attie . Stay Caimd. v: ,.
'j7pl ,,,'jn anlam two-tbirda ot tne1 nraeeni $1,500.24tt -? "' : I 'r-Exsirt heeekef.f you h v bred. -1...? .!... '
tuM
1"1 Fen
: friend: : when. such bill may be'peodluK ahall deem .H. IL Breaker &Cor ever heard d tIIoa ti ,
pod and 'many peopledke app oita the
'young with tbia mskdO.la ri mci r
ll expedient to diapana* nl* Cverr rea .
Mp.r .
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: :the? State"HCl'6tary' ' personal! bill aball be read by: M* aeetion*an It* aaooodlreading RegislraUon 'Books WatchesClocks eoue.niaatau.adoo..aoSeobrtth.skis: .)., 1 "

: : aad on lk final Dewsg." ualeea on it* *, any .. taysr and ......a.au
we
t :Seaailn.Your' Subscrip:=. friend, . aeoond r.dam. two-third of the : member -OP"tioIt" will prwdeee ..... Ac.. that.. T I
: ; GRACB TOWN8ENP.. pret la theBemw waare. such bill may be The Registration Boob of' this. coun- = the. a t.aanm with .I R. '
'' .ending shall O>*xa tt-expedint to 41....... Jewelry Etc.' am',::= abaf yrwrgi.
; tton RlghtawayJ Itoterlaeh.n'Adg116191gi' < y I will thla rale. The vote on "' .,11..1 paaaagaof y.will be'open'on. ) the first-,Monday In *,. n .... .. "Wart."lruts..T ..-. 'ter
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Jt bill or Joiul resolution. ....11 be taken s I. .f "R.Ira. ... frep ... ;
: ., : ', every Aajrusti; an4 will.close the';,second SatRidayln L!!: ... Ii '
tt d..1. ,
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c and 10..b ..
by yeea nave *antered on tb*Jonnalof ., 1, CtTlZENS iANK'BLDra'GROUND .' l.medy 01 the tad that
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... ,A five-Acit farm." each Heoaai rvortdad. That say geoeral reTMoa : ,Oetoberi: ,.The..boob will b ' JrwBS w .flaw "" .".. t.. ..'.
.. 1 .T..Ifcb. pipe. Mt b'tlie Atla.fahj ,, , ef Sbaetlln' law. embodied In any bill kept: aV: 1 the office of the Registrar on ... . POOR.'. .. your m W..MD.d.1band '? .,- "
... shall. not b* required *a b* read by section tbeae hayln LarpeOeTlr .',
A'ae. of
Lo. ..
; fan .In Pinedale.
s-I-Wee1l7 JeianaL with good .. It .tIaI"4' Its readuW ... ItISSIMU to.+r.tble. ramadv ..... g T2i S1 ,
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may a
MaiD street'w"
1 . > iFLORIDA J i "
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) , t .fence and cleared for .With easy wheTlt. .dlapened. irlta by a ...-...I de-. : Ovderj.remedv will be aent 1 l-tl! ? rr:2M!, s\
JI '. 1600. A f ah* each 8i tf C..W.GRIJITNyegbtrar.: l' ( '. ,, ....., R . .... :, i \\, .' 'JlYt
r.. .\ ,."A '" -- I payment., .R.!.D., CQ., lei.. .tf' ,. mjorH. '* .atam.. annraaaal. |a .,. ", '' ... :. i * y- ,- .*, 'ilia. sft.jd- ,. .I.fI4I'I"... I ':I' ',,.. "\

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It's' 'the ; .. -, .
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Iiss lRlllee. .Dnc'. 'Pr.MHitlC'.. hR-
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Charle Warner bad the misfortune prevcxeabi 'Ail' .,.Red. ..&. :
of losing three 'twenty; dollar bill. I last i
4 Contract:: has been let b '.the Kissim '
Qualityof Pennsylvania ) B 'I
avenue.
Friday evening ; '

If:Warner It should wW])be give found,a reward.and returned' Mr. .mee their rtore.The Drug" Company. for ..remodelling 0 0 ar g, a inIn S :

couplet plan I I. an adaptation of themodel ;
our groceries, Jones,-and family' are
George W.
J recently placed In the Model __.. ._, 0
with reasonable prices- pending a few day at Gainesville., -
Pharmacy NewportNew, Va., and -' -'- --'-- t't:
that hat built up a trade > Wm. Phillips' Is painting"* !fixing I Ie in the band of W. G.. Htnklns.,'One ". ", .
RL > his barber shop\New York avenue,i of the special feature I Ie the'show L
up
stores,would ".rr.
tof that larger I and will open for buslnembefore long cases.- These are to be of the most approved All Lines 'f .

' :be proud of. George McEndree is having' an addition type: ''The'cigar case especiallyIs \
of the most modern 'design; It I Ie a 'I,
'I' built to his property on..Ohio avenue 'feet ,
6x6 angle case .built on a mitred \
t'.t .1 U>. CM Nabob Coffee (pan)':.35, between Seventh and Eighth model instead of the 'old] style curve I' ,. .- "

.I'! '!'StiAwr "'(best)' .Jto' I streets.the work;Billingsley and.Johns are doing case: these construction case' are. made completely of r.. ':" 0 '" 'which).include I . '' ,' >'7t' 7-r:v :",

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.t,. 1 Fancy Evap..Aprc$ .20 A quiet ,marriage was'performed by plate glass, both',, front. and end, with i 1 .:' ,
'," 1,lb. fancy Erap. Apple: ,..1'llb..faDcj W. G. King on Sunday last at his office i overlapping top. These, are' held in r 6 '

Evap. Peaches .15 when' Mr. Hardy .Simmons, and Miss place-by solid silver claP.and supported I Dry) Goods Notions / '; -.4:i
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Lillian Yates were made man and.wil.. on a base of. .Verde .antique marble. ; '
,I;; '2WSeeded Raisins ...:.251U. They have the the'congratulation,-their The KI..lmmee. Drug .pompany'jh.''| ". I U '

;: Batter .35 many friends.The ., shown progressiveness! Hf this,, move, . A. 'i '
: Fancy Creamery, .. ; 4
t. ,I, 3 cant Perk& .Bean' .25 , carpenter are ..agalnworit; on and this these kind placed will be in'the'this first o>unty.fixtures. of w Women's> Men's and \V: ..VfjVa:: %f'f,; U
haveIt .
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and to
the Baptist church expect ;,. 'I
.. 6 cakes fancy toilet. Soap .25 Mr.Wallace Barnett.. who for several // '
,, completed soon. The new pastor will f ;-\},;}
with of
has been connected one
13 'Hotel ToUetSoap .25 take charge: about October JLI; years ; Children's ReadyMade
'. the| largest, retail houeei-rniJ&ckeon-
{ at' Mr. and 'Mrs.: S/Cole"returned' '' { ; to ville, has epted.apo.ltlon with this J

rl their 'home, on CaJlIomla".venue and company.' ,,Mr. Barnett is a,competent' , ; 0' : "c

WEST KiSSIMMEETAYLOR'S Sixteenth street,after spending the sum pharmacist,. and U highly recommended, Clothing .andShoes .. '
m.r.t Cincinnati, O. Although they both. pharmacist and man.Ji,
pent a pleasant summer they are glad ,Kissimmee fa'fortunate in securingMr. '" I .
Y to be at home again in St. Cloud. .-Barnett for a.citisen.* .: 0 \

Union meeting at the Christian I The new fixture 'will be !installed to :, .::1 ', : : :. .-

e t church: next Sunday night. +Rev; West about October 1.- and will be';in the t 1' x

-\ cots, pastor, of M. E., church will I band of W.'*G. Hankins, the fixture ,' J' '
expert which' assures a neat and complete .
l kfl ,Phone 250 Quick Delitenf preach piece of Work. e' I' "
The Palm Harden bakery now occupying o -.... .
Uta's building on New York venue We make .a specialty of mail order"'business': and any'order!:! : I
Resolutions.I '
will u move next" week to the unmmtags you send will. ',be given prompt attention and, satisfaction guaran '. r

building on Pennsylvania ave The following. resolution were unanimously teed. .. '' , v ft 'f '
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l' Narcoossee Democrats 1 1A nue. The place I I. being remodeled and passed by Orange Blossom .
Mr.: Kendel 'expects to be doing business Lodge No. 80, F. &; A. M., Kissimmee, If
meeting for organization of a Democratic ,.
I again in a few days.L. Florida: .
II. Club will be b.ld.t the schoolhouse Whereas It has Urn Great
pleased
I. "
I.I Nm Saturday August L. Lunnaford. after being under OUR ENTIRE IS SELLING AT
I at cootie Grand Master of the Universe to remove STOCK .
1 17; 1912 at 2 o'clock In the afternoon. the doctor's care for three weeks, is from his 'earthly labor our .!"I".

All Democrat* of the precinct are again able to write poetry.Dr. worthy brother Robert L. lyey. who THE MOST 'TEMPTING PRICESH..C.STANFORD.

urged to be present and sign the rolL. E. Derbyshire of Kieshnmee, was to the day of his death member .

? M. D. TWDALX. was.in town on business last Friday. in good standing of Orange Blossom : t

John S. Myre., of Cincinnati, Ohio Lodge No. 80. F. ,&; A. M.. therefore

' arrived at St. Cloud a few day ago. be it '
i9'z Mr*. G W. Penn received a very Interesting Resolved That we deplore the deathof
z Get the Habit letter from her son Earnest. our beloved brother who will no CO.
more obey the sound of the gavel In
I1L
OF SMOKING A The letter was mailed at Chicago, I
REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" while Earnest and a friend were on this earthly lodge. '
to Coney Island N. Y.. to Resolved That we tender to hi. bereaved y
their way KISSIMMEE; FLORIDA
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: t spend their four week vacation. We family our warmest ., ,. ,
are glad to know that Earnest has in their loss; that we !!
passed all examinations with high tues to ail a* worthy of mpathl"l; L. .

I."t' r. Sold at all store who want honor. we will cherish his memory .

the best for their outomer Mr. N. H. Smith of Bloomington; vor to be ready. was he, to '\-'

Ind., arrived In St. Cloud last Friday great last summons.Resolved _..__ .... ,_. _0 ''''---'_ .
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That w. spread this, our '
Mr. Smith ha holding here, and i I. "
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appreciation of our beloved brother on .
well pleased with our wonderful city. R.
be '------- S--- -, ,
Mrs. G. W. Dangherty I on the rick be records of ourJodge'th.t.; copy
." furnished the family, and a copy to the
.row The Home Uat. paper for publication. : 4'the main quetiona and ahou d aZ-"lp's.be'" '

Sanford-Kisstmroee Electric Railway. A. J. HOLT." IS THE'TITLE GOODni? .by a disinterested authority..

'S. L. LUPFER, TITLE .
ri8ndo-ICI"lmmee The .GUARANTYCO. I i
The Sanfo pro- .

Bakery posed electric railroad seem to have .. W., W.Committee.CARSON !"t'Whereas I twill search and examine the title to'the land. which you 'are adout to purchase; in ''t !} ,'; I,,'
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been laid on the shelf for the time -. 0',,<- "i'1 'k.3 '.;"" ,:" Osceola County elsewhere, In Florida, and if found to be' good wlll'guaronleej$':' '1 ; A n ,

being. Whether this i Ie the ease or not. Great .' _. you against toss;by reason of mortgages, liens, unpaid ,taxes''and adverse la1m.." sIt ,
i* being. thoroughly overhauled the public bear nothing encouraging! It'ha'pleased our. is our business'to' protect our clients and patrons against investments in im.
I more modernly a* to the building of said railroad, although rvnd Master to remove from his earthly 'titles.' We this "
renovated and perfect' accomplish by a thorough search of the records and the issue, !
I equipped to.meet, the growing taint whwper are heard at intervals labor our beloved brother ThomasF. of,our TITLE POLICY,; or Guaranteed! Certificateof, Title :
that the projector are still VanDuter and. .
,demand of the public .for Its quietly planning for the construction of Whereas, He was a consistent and ,
the road and at no very distant day faithful member .of Orange Blossom The" Title Guarantee Company' does a General Abstract Basinets throarW the State of Florida ...,

BREAD PIES# CAKES the work will be started and poshed" to Lodge No. 80, F. & A. M., Kissimmee, Abstracts.'te City and. Coat" ,'"Property. ,Bade, and'delivered. onskert notice.
{ a finish a* rapidly* possible. la,; therefore, be It .
That this proposed railway would bea Resolved, By Orange Blossom LodgeNo. TITLE GUA'RANT'Y''COMF' \A'N'Y''
We especially invite the patronage 80. F. ft, A. M.,.that 0 we. deplore ,
"" great' .benefit, to the 'people living ': -l')''i -.C: >lt..l atoct"IOO.OOO.OO-. 'i I'll"i' i.. .
of the ledies of Kissimmeeknowing I. along the'route' la a foregone conclusion. : the death of.our brother. That we shall ,
they will be'mo",'than CARROL D.JUDSON; President EDWARD) A. NASH Secretary V, R.JUDSON Treasurer' .
imitate
; cherish hi and to
. It,will benefit in many.way..on virtue,, attempt '" '
.TOOMER& REYNOLDS" General Counsel ..
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.r. pleased with our good.: thecountry his excellencies] ; ,That 'w"mourn *
of which will be the building up of Office Biebe. Bldg-Jaelnonville: Klsslmmee
Home Fla. Branch_.Office: Fla.,
v ; along the Jin*. It can hardlybe with his family over his-departure and S .5 .' '' -
Jt H..REED Proprietor. ''' / : LEWIS 0'BRYAN; .. Manager Kissimmee Branch' 0
estimated how f..t'th.. 'country assure them of our sincerest sympsthe .. _, i ,
along and contiguous to this line would "That,we shall have spread, on the .
this'our apprecta. '. '. ... .. *" h.
of the
and record
in improvement
advance. . realty lodge ...
W MT . .values.; lion of his memory.: That we shall furnish I .. . '. ... ..' '.' .. ./....,. ,
"' arr. A large proportion of the people liv to his family a.copy of these reutlons. 1 I

What, difference 'between a big In this section, through'' which the, ., 'That we look forward with ...rr... or ... ..
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the
t I I, railroad i* durjng) .a rate war. and aS line:would pass,.,have been accustomed confidence to a blessed resurrection: and I '!: 1.' ,,Ai: ,,
meat man t to tall mod -of travel and would hail a happy meeting'' with our -beloved< ;
,
. ; with delight the building the road., brother In that delightful land :from M s .i.
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I. 11iliw It must be admitted that lack of transportation whose bourne no traveler return.!, ,

facilities i i. one of FJorlda'i. I A J.,HOLT., .
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greatest hindrance to 'permanent; and I S.'L. LUPTEH, i- .
\ rapid development. .W:'W,CARSON, .
;'0. ,When the uncle built, to Kissimmee, Committee.THE' '}
it will only be 'a question of a short ..... . e" I'S
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,
time before the southern' terminus will THRICE -WEEK [DmO'NoP'TBB' '

<.. ,'1 b:.Tampa.. 'This electric line I I. coming 5 )

and. with'' it,, better 'passenger ant ,
freight rate to the people who are'for "

wr tuoste.enough to. yenaJoAgjUiejcput<), .NEW YORK WORLD[ ...: ,:'. 'II,
0 The electric line afford almost every '
I* city advantage to those living along' the "
of.
Practically a Dafly at'Price Weekly
and this there would
route for
reason '
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railroad meet the cut, but the .
The I
meat man cut the meat 1A 1 be, many prosperous village that would rlo Other Newspaper Ie the World .
sr..i spring up. 'Not many year: 'would pass Oivea,ao Mach at so Low a Price
.r ;.'j . > before wbuld be .hard".to tell where ,-, '

Your'lFavoflte CutAwaits'You Orlandojlbegun and where 'it ended be- The great Presidential llpa cn will

here . cause'it would be so blended with the soon begin and you will.want the new viI

village along the way. Formosa, Winter accurately ,and promptly.), Tbe"World I '
:Puf Up\in Style when'You, Park Maitland, and other town to long since .established record for impartiality. you, wout'to'look at or buy ie cheapest:: 'Farm Implements in town'
,Pine Castle and Taft and afford its
,
the north.while anybody can J
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.. Appear.' would ,b. taken in on the south al Thrice-a-Wek" edition 'which 'comes f or,,the>money, just.drop ,around, to, ,the; Oaceola. Hardware: : Com-

itWe're 1. Hereto Serve YOU more or lei closely"' .connected- with the every'other day'in the week; except. : pony Good,goods, big. values, square de. lln&s.-. ::\\t,:,(.... '',.
Well and fast! greater, Orlando. Sunday., Itjwill ba of particular ..aluetoroo ' 1, 0 1 -, ; ; ,' . '

, ..> ..' J,ust think of It}J r'_Travel by boat. to ; bow >Tbe Thrioe-a-Weelc World . .. i't; J 00(1' /." '" .

'fj.Our Speed Makes Many Sanford," and then take;a., nice,'clean also abound in;j:other strung features, ( . '. ". o. .. "''. ''. .... ,.' .. .. : i" '"
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I < electric car for southern' Florida'free ,erial;stories, hoiDol',- f,markets ,cart 1
,w. .Soand l' -, 'Aghast- from beat:and dust that now beset tb on*: .Lt'fact,1..v.J, 'thlnn that' Ie i to be ,', .
, i1 traveler,who\ must'of necessity navigate found in a nrt- las* daily., \\0'
PLACE
'.I' : TKIS.IS! ; THt fOR by the old method.. ". .THE THRICE!: JC,,WORLD'S I ..

1- :a ac QI ar .! ;a .HUlVfRULL ".. .'of| Orlando should extend 0'tJeOPI. regular subscription.,price I is oaty $1.00: L;
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to the promoters 'and this for 166 Oseeola
&. ..U"I.V ev.ry..neaaragement per year. pay paper Hardware rCQiL
w. of thla railway and aid them' In''every; We offer thin unequalled newspaper and :

t : : BASS way possible for i Its early completion,, the Kisaimmee. Valley Gazette together.

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If<, ' The Slayer'of Mlaeo? .

' .. One'of the moat peculiar case ever f
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t, > 1 brought to the attention of the courtof I Classified Advertisements
( f first Instance recently came to II&ht'Ju

Pangaslnan Province. 1
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',r> Pedro Pabalra..with two ot.he..a.,, of 5 Ce .t*. :
.J. .' Insetted under this head at the rate
!. a'x I ;,..; accused of the' murder of Bernabe: Advertisements are
. '. ,?fl c'Haq line each .Insertion, /
I' 'I .. Lace, and on being brought to'trial per jhb
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..;'.:. 4 1, t the tint pleaded guilty, there being anaggravating .
I, circumstance of treachery }'OU RENT ,
I SALE: '
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FOll. ?
"", : and wa sentenced. to .20 years r' .
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in Blllbld. to M.Tile
I DWELLINGS for rent, apply
'Now It come to light that the de FOR SALE-Pair.mares, welgbt 2600. Ier $
5-tf 0 1'
ceasedwak Mlaco, an outlaw. who deserted J. W..AhUer.
: ** i a 5R. :
ig f| | will rent
from the constabulary some FoR SALE: -A: strong' horse wagon I D., WARING 4 CO. your' ,4

Ume ago taking with him' various and harness., Apply.this office. lt-pdt house for you. ._..-. ..- --19-tf.- : "
arm and accoutrements and .who h.t.d1 FOR RENT-A large house and fir!t !
I engaged I.. outlawry since that time.* FOR SALE-Tomato plants ready for acres of ground inside the city limit, .6
t I Bros.Cypress
Wilcox
There was a reward of 600 pesos out setting next week: lt-pd about one mile from the poetee.. ,

for. his capture, dead or allvei1The ; I I Island, Klsslmniee, Fla.- Nelson Realty Co. t

",' question now la, Should the pris- I DO YOU want a choice improved;; farm FOR REA modern 3-room, flat> :,

bner serve pre term for killing a fellowcitizen Ask.Mrs. Summers. 33-tf with all city conveniences. Apply to. ..

or should be be liberated. W. B. Harris Gazette office.Uf. '
1 ,
x and given a reward for 'killing an enemy DID YOU EVER see a dissatisfied Ford I '
to aocl.t.f-Manlla Weekly owner? Never. There's a reason. 33tf. FOR RENT-Five room Cottage, aUi ;
r i most new. L. R. Farmer Box' 283,
Time*. 5' 1
FOR SALE.-Pretty cottage home i 34-tf ..
well located and cheap convenient six.i.I .
I rooms, pretty yard,very comfortableand FOR RENT-Karl property consisting, t i: .1 i
Captain Cook' Statue. home-like. We also want to show of 20 acres of ground H miles froln'"
i None too soon, that renowned English !: you the Fleming farm inside the city the !city limits; also 15 acres inside.-1"; '.,

navigator! Captain Cook Is to limits valuable 6 acre tract. excellent the city limits. Nelson Realty Co. IJ';, ,

J: have a memorial In London. It wlU' house, fine shrubbery nice lot of I 12-tf T '. \i ..
Po ..
: take the form of a statue of the explorer fruits started and very fertile productive FOR RENT-old State bank building . Ion

of the Northwest Passage, and land all nicely arranged for Darlington avenue; four rooms ,'. r3'
and sale at
1* being executed by'' Sir Thomas comfort convenience for -and bath upstairs, three rooms below oI:!

""">, Brock R.: A., the commissioner being you.Nelson a sacrifice price Realty we Company.want to show 23tf E. G. Vans Agnew Agent. 24-tf "; ,:
',' The I '
the British Empire league "
.. flats, with 1
FOR RENT -Two modern
statue 1* expected: be nnlshed in I INo..mber FOR dressed poultry phone the Rull at the : .
I" r all city conveniences Apply :-
Ii "! Demonstration of Kiaummee'a Uptodate LaFrance Auto Fire Fighting Apparatus, Given Especially next when it willbe the set Bass Market No. 189. 19-tf Gazette office. 20-tf. ,:'(.' .
near -
I' 111' up. appropriately enough, - ------- -
t, i ,' for Delegate to State Chamber of Commerce in KUsimmee August IS.r new Admiralty,. Arch close to Trafalgar ARE YOU interested in vacant landsor FOR RENTon SALE-Two-story; store! ,
,1(
.qu r.. Many distinguished folk city lots? Ask Mrs. Summers. 83tf building on Brack street North Kiss.J. r:

are expected to be present at the unveiling simmee. H. cTstanford.; 29-tf ;% .:,

fruit that baa been artmciaiiy ripen Woman' Cnaness. which probably will be per FOR SALE-Three residences One in 'I GRAY8TONE Tailor Shop. Draughtsman .,

LI ') MATURE ORANGE ed. The plan of the Brooklyn priest whosuggests formed by the king, who, a* a keen Eureka addition $600\in one in Ully'saddition and Tailor. Suits made at reasonable -

| Would It not then be advlsabU a fine of $100 for every tailor, has taken a lot of Interest In $2,500., $1,500 Waters i one A Carson Bass' addition Grocery - I price: Also cleaning and,1' I II
from a standpoint of fairness to all memorial I repairing neatly done by an expert"enced ,
the projectProof
voting man who reaches his twenty- Company. 61-tf ' >
concerned to pass such a ruling? fifth birthday! unmarried and a legal I hand.. 33-tf .
I -- .
_::5 : STANDARD FIXED This will not favor the large man requirement that every unmarried wo BUY TWO Fords for about what you j. FOR RENT-Residence, 9 rooms and"bath. ",1i 1

H' '! but It will eliminate the undesirable' man must propose at least three times of Riches.PatienceThey would have to pay for one car of any I 2 blocks from Postofflce. Paved ",[, '

I factor In tbo Florida Orange IndustryI each leap year, recalls an Interesting say be was taken other good make 33-tf; |I, street Large verandas, both upper .

CELEBRATED.. CHEMISTS PROVE I has been and Is now shipping table which was once compiled.\ sick on the train.Patrice and lower. Ideal location. Possession. ,
I TYPEWRITER for sale cheap. Her- "
j 1 CONCLUSIVELY I green fruU. -Indeed? What was the Oct 1st. Box 346. 33-tf
THE ACID TO Reckoning a woman's entire chanceof bert Speir. 33-tf j
SUGAR CONTENT IS A CRITE In no case did we receive an orange marrying at 100 the table purports master\ FURNISHED Cottage- for Kent-'

? RION BY WHICH THE OR. I that had a ratio below seven that we .to give her varying chances at different "Oh, he ate too much In a dining THE TRUE VALUE of an automobile i We have a delightful cottage, six X'6

i; ANOE.. MAY' BE JUDGED. considered ready for consumption. It I I.I I. time of Ute For example, between car'"Oh is bailed upon the service it gives you. ', rooms, well located with fine view of
I that the-same ratio does not I Is be as rich ss that? The Ford cars will give double '
-- true apply the aged of 15'and 20 her you lake, good neighborhood to rent until
_ .... I to all varieties and to all localities chance Is 14% per rent. Between 20 the service price considered, of any October the first at $:.10. per month.;

t GREEN FRUIT HURTS FLORIDA but the ratio of Acid to Sugar and 25 it Jump to 52 per cent, tallln.betw..n other cars made. They cost leis, to I We also want to rent the Earl property -
I Cities Fighting Toll of Noise start with less to keep them in repair
; both the in
places town one
t!: I shall be such that It will be fair to 25 and 30 to 18. and to 15 percent
Science Is less to operate, and will take -
planning a noiselessworld 20 acre farm on Shingle creek.
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Florida Growers Must Take t. all varieties! and to all localities. During 3.V After 40 It
Steps between 30 sal I and bring back over road
In which the clamor of the present you you any Nelson Realty Co.WASTED.
Prevent Immature Fruit Being I the last season we have had samples ,iii only 2 per cent., and after 60 she day will be reduced to a minimum. that any other car can. Then ju.t'' -. -- ------ -..-
Shlpp.d to Market of nrange of different varletlea.and has only one chance In 1000. think of the price, $&16.00 for two or
Prof. Blake, of the Harvard Medical
different locnllt PS, picked from The priest thinks that "training. three passenger runabout $756 00 for
school declare that nervous prostration ._ _. __.
Recently a letter from Genlh *, !the trees In different stages of maturity tradlWon and the natural bashfulness five passenger touring car all fully - t
of ', and have tested her from brain exhaustion and deafness equipped with too wind-shield and WANTED- Board and room for young,
Adamson. chemists Philadelphia, carefully of the American girl" keep (!
considerable I I I I are the price that cities pay for nol... speedometer and delivered.!anywhere :;: gentleman luncheon not required,
was given publclty over same with a view of arriving at-some speaking first. Undoubtedly they do. I
in Osceola county. For literature with some good- private family pre- .
i the state. In this letter they discussed fair conclusions In the matter. I I and It Is to be hoped they will con Freedom write S. W. Downing, agent Kls im. f ferred. Permanent arrangements ,!I

at length the Impossibility of fixIng We believe that If the Philadelphia I, tinue so to do. "Natural bashfulness" a Right. mee, Fla. > 33 tf I aired. Location not to be very far
tVom la bestowcd
a standard' for mature orange bya gentlemen had the same opportunityto as the father calls It, will go farther Flt not n* gift upeDU8 from business section of city Address -
.' sugar to acid test. A copy of their study the subject as we, that they and faster In getting a good husband I by other mf'n. >ut a right that belongs FOR SALE-A beautiful farm of 10 P. B. D.. care Gazette. 35-tf ,

letter was forwarded to the celebrated would find the Acid to Sugar ratio a I than any amount of cultivated bold to us by the laws of God and acres cleared and fenced with hog- =. ; "
the ')t nature.-Benjamin Franklin. proof fence 100 fruit trees mostly WANTED-Energetic young man for
which Citrus ness.
ch.ml.ta.tle7 A Company, of means by Industrymay
l l> f bearing. 6-room house, barn and pleasant work. R. C. Weidler Bat> .! '
Baltimore, who have, during the past I be purified. The, Northern mar.kets stable, beautiful yard with'ahade and and Oak streets. !t-pd
season been conducting a series of are using more California oranges Wanted It. and Got It. Of C ure. / shrubhery, within half mile of sta i
aaalyaea for the Florida Citrus Exchange than ever before and we believe Here Is a story that will be as pleasIng """l1pn the |police arrested that man tion. Pnce, $2,000. As* Mrs. Sum- WANTED-At once to buy horse wagon ..:

1 r -In all\ making something like that In order to hold their own. to a true American as It will be 18 a 'fence' his lawyer couldn't clear mers. 33-tf and harness. Nelson Realty"Company. .

iih" 400 analyses. The oranges for this the Florida ,growers must take stepsto obnoxious to a European. Arthur blm." Strange; It ought to be easy for R. D. WARING-& CO.- -will--rent- J.1 1WANTEIJA 1
: yeua
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test were furnished by the District j prevent Immature fruit being ship Oleanon tells It of Joseph Kela In the anybody to whitewash a fence."-Bal- house. 19-tf seven room furnished r

Managers of the Florida Citrus Exchange ped to market and to our minds the World's Work. It Is about Mr. 11'.111' more AmericanA - ---. -- -- -- house, modern by Sept. 15th. ,for si;. ".;...'!'

r : from the big auction points only way 'out of the situation for the Invalon of London. MUTTON fresh, fat and fine at the months or longer. Address Box 671,., ". ,
Kiesimmee.
.' 'by aendlag samples of Florida oranges Florida grower Is to adopt an Acid to He looked around the streets a bit RICH MAN. if he is sensible doesn't Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf 34tiJ11SCELL,1NEOUS

dally to, Wiley k, Company. II Sugar standard. j and found the office be wished the like to "burn" money anymore than ,

., The letter referrei) to above bas Yours very truly, I[ right situation and right size a poor man does. That i is why so WE-Have listed some of the most desirable !
of them are. discarding their
; brought; forth the following letter Wiley &, Company I'j "I'll take It," he_ said to the owner many and property on the market both
high-priced heavy cars are buying -
from Mr. S. W. Wiley of that firm I SWWJ by S. W. Wile)', "But that Is not customary To the light Fords;. They find they city and county, which we offer at WADE the tuner'Orlando._
'.of'which so clearly shows the fallacy' .-. , whom* will you refer meT To your'so.licltor better service from the the lowest price to be obtained.
get light cars,
FOR fresh
I There is no padding of prices by us, fish, phone the Run Bass ,
of the*.....nd .taken by the Philadelphia Mexican Forests. ? while the first cost and the up-keep every piece of property sold at exact Market No. 189. -W-tf
people that It .Is given In full. The forests of Mexico are situated ",1 haven't any" expense is far (less than half what it price placed on it by the owner. _. J
Y. : .'tr"i( ?w,"iitacjft .. ._ chiefly In. the mountains at altitude "But friends of yours In London!" would be on a heavy car. 33 tf Write us your requirements and we WOOD, perf: strand $1.25; five-strands

t'' t :' WILEY' COMPANY. I of 8.000 to 12.000 feet. In the lowlands "I came here yesterday, haven't got will do our best to please you, by ..(5.75. Kissimmee Lumber_Co.; 29-tf

:I .- Analytical and Consulting Chemist. of the tropics there are scattered acquainted with anybody yet. Here's A FEW CHOICE BITS showing just the kind of property you ALL ROADS"look alike to a Ford. Ak
Baltimore Md.. j mahogany trees" and a variety-of the rental money for the first six desire. II. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf the local agent for a demonstration.;

N July 25. 1912. other hardwood timber. month. Take It or leave It" FORTsALE- 189x315, partly planted He will be glad to show you. S. W.' r[

Florida Citrus) Exchange: I I "But won't tomorrow be more satisfactory 'I: A 20 ACRE improved farm fenced and :: in peas, flowing well, 3- 'oOm', Downing Agent. 33-U "' ,
!F Tampa, Via.Oentlemen for coming to a settlement of fruits stock house. Price $950. Ask Mrs. Sum "I '
I cross fenced a variety FORDS
.. Fore Required to Crack a Nut. 'That's one day too late. I waat' 75,000 manufactured this year.
7' : and implements, an extra cottage I I mers. 33-tf
large "
and yet the factor la far behind
The force required to crush an ordinary : with
We have of recent date and the office today, now. some household good., all for
; their
yours FOR SALE-A double closet building, 'order Something significant
,. nut, such as one too often sees
5''' . have aoUced that In the Tampa He got his office I $2500. to the sensible about
cracked between the back has 1,I made of sheet iron. H. Edmund man that. S3-tf
i Morning Tribune of 19 teeth A BEAUTIFUL surburban home good Box 5. 31-tf i (
S. Friday. July I Swabey. $
been shown to be equal to a weightof house barn etc complete water works I I DO YOU want money on long time and ,R
f UU,, there>. appeared an article writ* more than 110 avoirdupois. pound, for irrigation- Ask about It. I FOR SALE-Ten acres four acres in easy terms to buy or build S hour,
'. ton- to Mr.'.J.;: C.' Chase' of lackllOaI directly applied. Particles From Radium. A 6 ROOM concrete bungalow only sweet potatoes. S-room house, deep or payoff a mortgage that you are

I :",; vine', Florida.- by' Messrs. Genth. JbAdaoaaoBf. Radium emits three streams of minute $5 t "
;. chemists, la Philadelphia' Path of Honor and Suce..... particles. These all carry I AN ELEGANT 8 room house close in Ask Mrs. Summers. 29-tf If so,' write Wlllson $.Cobb State
Penn. definite charges: of electricity, which $3&OO. Agent Provident Horn AtaoclaUon; >,
'' Chase' The shortest and surest way to livewith MOST ANYONE can afford to the Tampa: Fla. -
L. la their letter to Mr,, they made their discovery possible. No pay ... 85tfFOR '
criticise the,work,carried on the'past honor'.in the.rorlel'la to, be in microscope could detect them but'1they AN ELEGANT 6 room cottage % first cost of a car. It's the everlasting -flnest'Moses,.Ornamental Hhraba f
: ; reality what 'we would appearto> be-; ( block, flowing well, only $300 cashtake repair bills-on the that '
i Il : winter by. toe Florida Citru Ex- : became apparent nnder proper I ,it. breaks the heart and also and Greenhouse Plant, eallOJlo"J'he
,', chance, and incidentally It seem all human'virtue. :'lncreaee'andstrengthen ;; conditions because of the electrical. I Iehare. .' _. ; A' Ford will coat no more pocket.book to F1orl.t," Miss Jean Caldwell Church '
.
r .'.: to t>e a slap at the chemists who con- themselves' by the practiceand .. keep than a good horse 33-tf Street Phone 83. U tf

r, ,ducted the experiments..,.,> This Going : experience of t1em.-Socrat.e. BLUE ,RIBBON, Ice CreJD. batty'
the caaev we wish, to write an: ", open HAVE 820 acre farm In Geary county FOR SALE-Drag business and buildIng town. Klaalmmee Drug Co. 81-ttL- -
fetter Harmleeu a Comets Kansas,eight miles from county: neat. of store and two Living rooms; 20 c ;;,
-to their
:).,l la'reply charge .'''Proved ; .11 .pani' Sy.t.m of Dowry. at $40 per acre;-100 acre In cultivation acres of land.fenced with 28-inch bog ARE YOU looking for a"'select fty' .f
I They .first claim' 'It la Impossible-, Twice during the'nineteenth i century -' The wedding invitation means 'muchIn ,' 20 acre meadow balance) pasture proof and two, barbs, five acres home,- 'AskMrs.. Summers. 88-tf.fr

second, that It.is not adrlsable; third the earth plunged directly' throughthe Barcelona,' Spain. For then everyone watered by springs;will exchangefor cleared
'" they state that'thl'* atep bas'been. taken '. tall of a comet-In ,1819 aDd 'aearn .who receive one must go I I and Kissimmee pror'.rty.MRS : .. almost ready for'plow. About. $400 will get drink of,the. best -soda 1')

from a standpoint of personal advancement U 1881, Onoe it was Immersed. to give a'coin to the bride. That Is for _I vyorth of drugs and fixtures In drugstore water made., ? 81-tf a
both a* regards the'Iarge. a'depth of: 100.000'miles. Toe more her dowry -The father Is'usnally unable ,. Does not' require druggist ", ,w '
and'also cbemlsC'. We MARY to handle the business. Will sell for PLACE your order for Rose Shrubs:
grower the imaginativeaetronolners thought they SUMMERS
; 1 to furnish one.. .He has bad/to cash All of this'' and Tree 'for-fall
would lib to ask;;:"why such a' law,or detected ,a' peculiar, glow- In ,the' amosphers >, buy a house for her and fit It up, and : : $2.000 i propenylsloc.ted Jos. and winter plant 's'ipg
1> at Orange Center. ,Or, with Miss Jean Caldwell Florist
:ruing' .oald.M, % Impossible '4. ,,bul'Doth c:more; that usually expensive.; ,LakeviewCottag. ,Sooth Kissimmee. Ponder, . ,S2tf-pdU. I 'Nhooe,S3.: ;; 34-tf ,. ;
From the etpertoents ,carried on.we i .

have b.enable. 'to gather data'' to ... . . ...... .. ' .
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to'Succest limits .beS = .' .
enable a* some (
the.ratio of Acid to. Sugar eon; T I

Heat' which will 'be ,broad, and fair, to f ':, '

'an who>wish (0' conduct their bust!; \.' .'

sew a*, "coosdeatlous; fairmindedc .".

sea 'botfld.! Tot l anyone' who baa .1 f":+ ,{ {.! : T,'+ r '.:. atrtr. aityiStafirt #
doIw 'aa extensive amountof, l aggsg iJ ... "" j(f,

1 work 'on' 'U>e;various fruits;. this Is l'L% mme* Ti '!'' 94i

U ndl. or doe. not:seem 'Impossible for ..

y the Acid'an* Sugar content play", avery I

,e; .- ,, Important part' ia the ;develop !
,
:meat of the frolt.., I.Not only' .does,It i '.I:

ffect the taste,'but it 1. also a crtte- r1"l lJ
''Tlon-by which the : orange IDa,.'' be ,

ridged,? W* hav found la Immature eL

S#'fruit' that the ratio'fall* below' seven .. _
T but, that practically all the well 1"l .,

"' known'> varieties of Florida orange

._ nave a' ratio between,eight ,and ;ten

..; -wnca they are matured uflle'entl1to

tp' J .market This. 1*'not a, scheme ,that

i: has been hatched.over. D&bt..bu.t! this I kiT ;

I ":, question has agitated the Indust y.'for a t. a i r

.,rearaad ...t.onlyafter long'' aad Yb a _
f: I. arefnl'thought ';that: thl' plan .was Da: $' -i .

'},.". 4 srafgestod. aa ;a', possible aolntloa of t

''. ;;x {,, ,''teunatura;'' fruit problem.. We, "sr '

.' '"rtv'ft' ;if.b; { buy. this fruit Jn' the Northern

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