Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00559
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 13, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00559
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

Full Text
pt; r* jy-"nj' v




are 1.LM-1_. :EEVallrr VALLEY ., AzErrE.u ee1'eer. .



'.-,....--'"-" -- --- -
a a.u. '. .;........ > "-+- -- --,- ------ --
Hse..u.asWYIIrYd .t.. .,.. ... ; .i
.... .,' >JMS.J\ ." ;1:;.rn :," ....... ,KISSIMMKt., PLORIDAr SIPRMkR,13! ,' he'll ) 1' VOLUME XV.-nv_' __.__.. ..




re :Got" 'Em. All' Beat: Wtidi&lierToivhJZan::' : : Show 50 Per Ct.. ,Increase. :fo Taxable Values :!_,


.
+ .

'04 PttHLS.EITER' ed exercises finished. the children,were Board af Trade Launches: ;Cam- week' by',1 ttev. .H. T. ii inesh'; pastar'I :
the' .
remainder of the session;; In : ; ," : : of the.Methodist church TRADE v POSTPONED I
.. .
marched back to cl. 'room. and the -, ,; J I2' "The is
campus naturally \
regrading the.afternoon commenced.! This consum-' paign to Increase Membership ful."" said Mr, Gaines,) -and beAutI'I. >....,-.
SCHWI FUST F DAYST Principal Evans and.; :
I w, his teachers worked to arrange' af l .Tbe'only children shade to,ought make It not an'to playIn TO DKEUSEB ..d\\,

.fy f i ;,i ' ff Ii! schedule. and partially perfected' it, " "*I the sun.as they,are compelled to do I I ,- '''
La" ;
though It",will .be ,'
several ]
'days, or 'of
; WILL CONTINUE:THROUGH'TWO: ;:WEEKS, WHICH WILL at present without the protection': p - .- 11.
mayhap longer before }
"FIBST:/ the periods .
,Wf.KNOWN any shads whatever., In addition to) '
IiMKS'ncTT08aY
-
are HOT T ;
satisfactorily. arranged.Supt .J E:/ WITH: ,COMPETITION.. this the beauty of the campus 'would : 1 I
'' .
: Sears Chairman and .
.
.Bass L' . ,j be; admirably enhanced by having I t": .
OUCH WEATHER'' WAS EX* Principal Evans are much pleased -'-- I shaded tit .
by hardy'
\ wtih the fine showing made\ the opening The campaign' U that Is'to ; ,do 'U' the businessmen of some symmetrical" SPLAY"WILL'BJ' '
+ % TREMBLY UNFAVORABLE on; say of the, town species tree. i BE!: MA IIE"liAM1/r/ ''r,
: day There will be.ample room it will begin at 6 o'clock Monday, took the proper Interest in it, ' Mr. Gaines thinks that ,.the camphor ,
r.>',Jr .BEST'' ATTENDANCE ,IN to care' for the'jentlre number, en.: morning, September'16.' "An'especial effort will be made' tree would add the desired brna- IN DECEMBER, MORE: >(CHKITABLE ,

., BCHOOL'Q'IflSTORYvUnfavorable rolled. Provision had ,been made In 'And ., is no i political' campaign;' get .the young, m.n' to join in and mentation,' and shade. He said he ," : !::'.TH AN.IEARLIBR .t'fl'BROW..COULD a'
;, ; advance for extra room at the-home this is real' of the hotstuff "
,. a campaign help the movement. It is agreed that was willing to pass the suggestion on ** r!'" A.
ef Mrs. W. JaSears, on Main. street.PREBIE .' i kind; and will make the usual the' &.rd.of Trade has been a power to'' the Village. Improvement Society 'BB.; .. '

weather did ; political campaign look like a hunt ii for good in Kia.lmmee'protrrea.; it ', and the"School Board., Time, would '.:..--, :
not keep TELLS BOARD'Of for blue berries In the is further agreed that anything that be' saved,'in his opinion c by transplanting .
o ninl" of, the dtt schools from. Following. the example' of J'ampaand I helps Klssimmee, helps, business' .trees ,of considerable'age: There.will be po Trade; Da> In, 01": {J4.: ', r
' rdiag the largest"firsts dar at- St,. Petersburg; and other wide of the town and that in the last and growth. He' believes" that Lobe of th'"nar', 1912. ,Tlsat'T', '
in the' history the MACHINE/SHOP' \/ awake towns Klssimmee.'Is'. to'' havea the .business men are the careful planting and .ttention would settled ,at the meeting of the 8oaed; 't', \ i,.
o.
Zones ;
.i1 first dar'enrollment ..' soma' '.. campaign for increasing;: membership who reap the benefit.,, Hence cause them to grow without'"any. : of Trade Monday evening ,} .4,!"'o.Iij'j'The ,
of the Kisslmmee Board of 1 the Board of Trade do serious setback.
can nothing .
es only a fair beginning of what I committee .....;,; ..
wd'
y CHICAGO MAN .APPEARS, BEFORE Trade. J v 1 of a public chisracter which does not appototed "'
follow: but .In. this, lnstance'the fI The plan 'used'in.other' places''' has help i the. business interests. 'It is time ago to arrange for a Tr : i
BOARD OF 4
.TRADE- '
day''' saw more than seven' hun proved successful.! and there .ie" ',nodoubt' plainly up to .the. business men of BIG DEAL IN LAND reported' that a date In: f: ;;. ,
i .enrolled;,, to be exact the num. WITII' PROPOSITION. that it will work as _11Ir, Klssimmee to give every encouragement I about\he proper time to pull 4e1"&; l
at the Osceola High school was Kisslmmee. St. Petersburg celebrated . ,to this membership'contest proposed performance 'Inthe, '{I.. i
.
and at the.coloNd school 181, IS NOW' PENDINGPROSPER a trades display' . i
x E. C. Preble, formerly'of Chicago the completion of the cam. The Dally Bullyrag. +:*,,1< '
r Ing a total of 704.If one caresigure 'therewith barbecueone The matter upon jit J
theBoard paign a great contest will be ,. .
but. of Kisslmmee addressed board
now ,
the population of the town the dailyubulletins the attention of the ,i '
last week. W*
y day t : 'There were' conditions to be issued by "
i basis of nve to one, which Is a the of 'Trade'to Monday evening a"ma on ''and penalties and forfeits each
+a generally accepted, h. will arrive chin.proposition here. establish. which mad the canvass interesting. be issued from the Gazette office ,TO PASS INTO OTHER to be attempted in October that; '"
rewlt.whlea. .win.be in keeping shop and rangemente should begin to be .. >
I Mr Preble did ot..ubmlt his exciting, i -and the.other from the Journal ; i .

the appraisements proposition One condition :was that the:losing office. These bulletins will 'chronicle HANDS was voted, down and motion: :
the size of the' town in full for the reason that the 'railed that the event be,,
upon bypersons side should parade the streets'dress : the- rese'of the respective sides --- post]
who off hand state that i attendance was 'small, and the men will until the month of ,
fr December
ed in caps and aprons' prior to 'the i and ,,doubtless indulge in pleasantries Visiting Kiedmmee'Wedneeda bet.
who best able render the desired for
to ,
have "about four thousand.". The were feast and'' then serve the. dinner.'totheir concerning the and the first and the fifteenth. days of the': 1 V -
the _
personnel
of
information .werenot purpose looking, over certain 1 '
of, the 'school enrollment is an I present I I imontk. ' ',.
win-
'more fortunate rivals, the work of the side. Both
lands in I
The referred tothe'com- the of this city
matter
vicinity ,
was Orpo.lnlr now .
t lible'indicator 1 though it may. ning side." ., ., publications members" known The objections raised to ..October':
?
of the
i mittee industries of as a part Prosper Colony -
f I -on new; which '
,absolute e curecy." The membership of the local 1 board and -will be preserved in the archives were numerous, monlr' ; ,
J is chairman. holdings E.
M. Lee the were H. McCoy A. C. .
: it
: that
was morningn ;
'raining'Monday was too-.IJ' thebl'a
has been divided into _
two of.the,Board. ;
n the; time came for the school Mr.- Prble,.tated that\he\ contemplated .Thesides are to be comrani.I.\as the\ The captains will organize Symmes and IL R-: Wrenn. It is understood point of view.'' The' i
n1nlr. The miserable drizzle the Investment of $10,000 or forces thattheJ' are the probablepurchasers : Iy got settled from their
wasi ,
"Whitel'and theBlues. The former summer vacations
; their prior to the beginning
rather that such amount would benecessary of the holdings ,of ,the '
cooked 'up affair prepared rosy an will ''be under the captaincy i of ot 'the contest. .members whose ; there were no visitors) in the ,
+ ally for that occasion; it hadn to equip. a shop that would Dr. W. .L. Wynn and the' latter under names .ppear'ill' this paper are requested Prosper. McCoy Colonycompany.Mr. is .' city at that time, and furthermore, r',
all demands. He wished New
meet to a capitalist
raining the greater part of the secure the of Hon.Arthur E.Donear.n. there. were .no fruits or products 'of. .s'
Information concerning' thecharacter leadership 'i to take i,notice accordingly: Orleans.'.He I..\he' manufacturer, of'
H, ;ht 'before and continued through Each has in account1' to- help 4n.making a display -<
captain appoints and get touch with the captains the well known:
of work to be done here and McCoy! cup" for use .
day and'therewas a hangover ed six lieutenants) and .the' sides in. or lieutenants for, instruction and coj in and added to all of;these' was
the and other' ''data harvesting and
that : turpentine ronln.
quantity the .further''
that, didnt the that -
improve '
day '' reason the board
full follow \
'
are as r Operation.
would be for.him to determine .. This ii the galvanized iron which .
necessary ' cup would'have about
kits,of*any, whether the investment'wouldbe While.. ,. 1 has such a wide sale over the
.
turpentine -
I nt dampening effect on the ex. / 1, at present to conduct the membership* i' Ir r
t rant humor of th4 children whore profitable. Captain 'W. L. Wynn;;;; 1 lieutenants( belt.- Mr.i McCoy, one of the contest! and prepare an exhibit,for,the'. ''
on the ;scene early and ready B.. C, Miller J. W. Simpson Lewis : I '' largest turpentine merchants In the land, show at Chicago; '. t
l anything ;even the discipline of WILL BUYBOOKS') O'Bryan 3.' J. Triplett,,:Bd Canning.J. CAMPAIGN' CONTRIBUTIONS',, business: and his identity with any So the October Trade 'Day; display .

school room.e'enrollment. I. Copeland W.,J.s.': .. Carr; B. enterprise speaks' .much- -"for, its merit, :was sJIgrhtly.! ;:upset, but there will -bta,.... "
will be largely in- S. Butza, H. M..Breakor. D.; R. Blenls, and solidity, a better one in December; 'wait '.for -'
/" _J before the termis, over; that FOR PUBLIC LIBRARYFUNDS S. 1. Lupfer; members, :Ed -Arthur.Kenn.tb' :The Gazette will .''receive and.acknowledge ,iMrf Symmes and Mr., Wrenn 'ire Itr! (.r I,. .\,_ ..' .. .
.should have been so the P. Butler C.yL.Bandy, S. contributions the, prominently connected and are ex- ",It'
many Gilbert! t", dustus. : I Democratic Campaign Fund. perienced real estate'men.. Theywere'ail ..
t day under, such unfavorable con /- Farmer W. C. ; A. W.;. '' 1 ,\
1 one is nqteworthy. There were TO, BE, INVESTED IN A S. Gilbert, M. J.' Hicks A.. G.'I I' -, pleased with Klssimmee and DowNIN'G REALTY 'C0.: :
i .
children entered who had nevern Hamilton W. B. Harris, H. A' Hunter I 1w;. B. Carson cashier 'of the the bright' r.ro.peetator the development , .
in school before which is no in- POPULAR; FICTION FOR F. H. Jenkins F.. S.:"Key.Edgar State Bank has been designated'' of th ; .-........ .
neiderable'Increase when the ratio PRESENT.The Katz, J. A, Lancaster' J.' M.,, Lc by the' Democratic Republican If the anticipated deal is'closed the .
and' Bull Moose committees principal office. of the will OFFER, MANY PROPERTIES :'IN: .
to the total number enrolled issidered. -' C. A.' Carson M..Munger. Vf. A/Mc-: company. .
lit: Cool, H. R. May// Emil Mach; J. E. local 'treasurer, 'for1 all funds. be located,in Kissimmee.iRARE 'THIS SECTION 'AT1 MOST ";
funds .t.the disposal of the : ,
funds committed the
Mattocks; W., Ne 8On..W. FV Parker, Any to care K.- r J
rThe Chapel Assemblage Village Improvement 'Society will be of the Gazette will, be, turned ATTRACTIVE PRICES. t
F. W. Pittman' AJ; ,L; Reed J. E.Rush .
The pupils were first assembled Ineir '
spent for books' to be added 'to the over to Mr Larson'for remit-
respective grades, just as theythe ; H. C. Stanford H. E. Sw.by.A. .
public library. The society: held a tance to headquarters. 'The following OPPORTUNITY ,.
.
re last days of the last term meeting Tuesday afternoon and discussed E. Thomas* E.-. G. ! were ,then' marched up.. to the the subject with the decision VansAgnew d. R. B. Wodham P. G. Democratic.-cause ,are ,acknbwl.edged .', .'r: held a position in the front'rank.of, .

luditorium.on the third, floor. Theuale resulting that the first! books > to be White, 'Powell.D.'' McKay. S. G.- > Ragsdale" : , IS GIVEN- THE BUYING PUBLIC Kissimmee's realty sellers' :and in. .3s" '

j ;teacher> Miss Nannie Reese, purchased would be popular, fiction. Avery : I IJ.. 8. Floyd, .__,....-._,.,.."$.,1 00J.1L 'iMR 'ic'ATi.TIIE'MOND this Issue they keep fully up'' to their L ,
at the piano and 'played the pro- These books will be bought'as soon Blues. Reese, ..?......._.... ::1 00 By, .., Y. reputation advertising some of the : 'Yt'i:i : :l
lonal march. ', as a list Is made up and approved. Captain Arthur E.' Donegan ,Lewis' p'Bryan __,--...-.: 1 00 '\TUESDAY. ,,SPECIALIZER., choicest properties;1ft"this section of ,
The opening exercises were simple the meantime the ladies aresearch. 'lieutenants, George. F.Parker'P G. Crawford ......__? 1 OO1 the State at figures that -will.sur r Jf' *
t impressive. Thee entire' school ing book',lists and prices Johnston. J.. H. Reese L. D. Flint 'R.; G. Johnston '_?...??. .1 00 find purchasers in a few days. S. W;. ..
bined in the singing" of.."The Battle It is the purpose of.the society to F.' .W., Stalker,' 'Alfred A. /Tano; A., E. Donegan'-- ,,,..., .< 5 00 )ia'thi. issue M. Katz; the Mondayand Downing! the'head of this company,, Si ..I'
it awed the Republic," and 'this was raise funds in various'. way* '.. the members S. Aultman, E. K. Butza, G. F. Krfbbs ;..___._X_: ,1 00, ...Tuesday: specializer; offers a list is one of the- best; posted men .in :A ;;
by.the most'unique and-sol- opportunity offers.' The" last, enterprise R. T. Butler,.C. Buckles. A.' Barclay ,W, B. Harris *. ___'.__-___, 1 00 of goods for ladies at prices that ''can Florida: -as to the' vain*-of': land,' i 1 .
k mn leatura of &,..abort program. ,of this ..character''was1 .a boat W. B. Crawford. J. D. Clark; T.. M., Murphy' _.,.1"1,; 00 not fail to attract them to that mam- is -as well .pt.nd1cIJucIp: of, _. : /
ineipal-," M.' Evans 'called ''on' the ride:: on >the lake The weather was B.;, d. Dutton A. E. Drought, S. W. Andrew Johnson s-) ,.._-. 1 00 moth.house. While on a visit to the/ soil and what it.will produce and M .
..Jrd grade pupils to lead the school threatening but a neataunt was Downing. Fleming C. Griffin, C.. A.. Carson,, _.._-_..___,.: 1 00 Eastern markets a 'few weeks 'ago is no 'uncommon"expression.in. these; .1' '
d n'the recitation of the Twenty-third realized in spite of this hindering circumstance J.' J. Griffin' Vif L. henley".J. H. Ceo F.l.P.rk.r'f'.'._, .1 00 MrKata; purchased an. exceptionally parts to hear a 'man
.Psalm. The response was ready and ; Other entertainments Harris, J. J.' Hall A. S. Heam l W. H. S. J. 'Triplett ...;.......!.. .1 00 large stock of goods for each of the bought the'property' from;IDowa' 4

well pi t, then followed' the will follow from time to time, and as Jones, Andrew Johnson) W. W. King L.. H. ,,Injrram ,. ..*:..... 1 00 departments of his store the, very you. got' the,-werth 'of-your. ....,.. .
"..ord'i gayer in chorus the object Is entirely for the public James Little -F.-'A. Lincoln, F.. L. S. B. Aultman ,....- ........, 1 00, goods that the people of Jthls section "' '. '

.. Mr Evans indulged in a few Words benefit and In ',every' sense \worthy: Lesley F. H. Lawson,' B. A. McAdoo 'J. M. Lee ,..:_.**??_...?,.- .. 1 00 want for during the>t'more ,than BIG" IMPROVBIHNT8' . T'L
welcome and Instruction before InducingCounty they will undoubtedly, be, rewardedwith : A.'J. McDonough, .T. M. Murphy, W. H., Clay Stanford C;.:.._i! ...* 1 00 twenty he"has been merchandising in l ,I" :'. .. ,
Superintendent, W. liberal patronage.1' ''. B., Maklnsou, R. W.. Meikel john, A. J. L. Overstreet,...... 1 00 Kissimmee'has made him acquaintedwith AT' DANITS" 'wf'ORE.F.. s M, I
.J:Sears. The remarks made by the -( ">> S.. Nelson A; W.. Paynter T., F. J.' W. Lilly .,.*. 00 the everyneed of our people; in I c *!" ; ""' ..J.

f Superintendent'were directed. 'toward FR NCH'PEOPLg'BUY' Redwood H. M. Steen' AW., Smith E. I,., Lesley, ?.___:,_::_. 1,00. f.ct.hu'ltbeCome' so general a custom A fine iwningedPdaad'itrim; <;' 4'r
I
i4 I better' facilitating the work ,of the Roma Thomas. P. A. VansAgnew, W. '- 'to rely upon his Judgment that medwith: the ''name ofthe.j store t S "

school room. He dwelt upon-the im- :OSCEOLA LANDS. L. VanDuzor. }> M. Wilson, Jr., R.>D. Total .* _______._.._ .:.$2.' ()O-o hundreds-of peopl.' ill the rural'dis printed,'on the ,
P portent parts that.teaehers and parents Madame Jeanne;;; In Waring C. W.. Ward J.,'''W,:: Prentls, tricts merely state by letter I to .Mr. front of Dann's Department"J.' : J., .
ll. is Kisslmmee
had to perform in the education. F..M., Doyle,vWJ. !>earsJ.D.: Wood- ,' Katz that they desire to be outfitted, The awning:-was put inplace:Thurs' .
?of the Child; each had its part to guest of the Central hotel beck. and invariably''are they 'more than day., It was made in Kansas!' City '.1')"

|assist the other.' He warned teachers.and superintending. the work:that is being Rules For; Kissiatmee Board of Trade. AfTER,,RAILROAD TO .. pleased f with the goods done the
at which she
encroaching place recently "
parents against apron them this dependable house.' "ft ,' n.,
Membership Contesi.,, 'y <
.
)
domain. , purchased through the Hunter Land ,
.
each other's fILL VACANT LOT Thursday. somewhat eventfid 't
: was a r.
Chairman W. C. Bass, of. the Co.=. namely the Jos. Gets grove.' ,,* 1 'The payment 'of' three months' ;. day in'the Dan.. ...... ;jA'.cont{ et' ''
Jonnty School Board was 'present The Gets place is regarded .. one dues,. amounting to 11.50,' shall count ,- Layman's Meeting;' was'let that.dajr.for the rr '
and took an alert Interest-in the proceedings of the most desirable in'this' one 'vote or point for the contestingside Next,., bi'ImeeUnlr' wO!' 'be 'held of.th.110wer.room.. of the;: *t-; r
f ,' but made no speech though and Madame Voile' is well pleas. securing same, and at''' a like IMPROVEMENT: : : SOCIETY WILL Sunday afternoon at 3:30led ,by It is ,not necessaryto'dwell, ) -cs;. ..
.
Few, with her Madame'will rate to of $6.00. dues for ,
P he was called upon. parents purchase remain up payment 'ING'TO.BEAUTIFX-THE' Brother John H. Pays at the Christ immense Improvement t tMS e
,were present though there were sev, 'in ''Klsiimmea winter.. Her one year, .which shall count four '
S ian Church. These work the ,'
: '
GROUNDS'The' / meetings are very 'in appearance of the downstairs ;,
ho accompanied the husband who' hu a' woman's tailorIng votes. 'points. .STATION .
f and AF
interesting would all part ftbs brslWrl tfcupstairs. >
x> _
.we .r
smellw urge :
: willspend. No :or' old 'shall .
them' 'establishment' 'Toronto member new ,
to 'Stert on'tbeir.achool "In paydues ,
.
,, "
and is fresh
to and Hew .
men boys attend when pos.sibpI ; ;. .; e
,, tor-more than' "
year1fromOctober
a'f.wweeka' the
here one ?
during ,
career. Vi Jaare' Improvement :
: Society to receive the- '" ,
L, ', Down to' Buslnesetyre winter, probably. 'the, l.tter. part of 1st;1912, still all dues owing ?Is willing to beautify the vacant lot .r ,A,;; p. NELSON, Chairman., nan.,is just.; big"atock- ,! /
., Io. was J lost, in chapeL' ; The, December.,' and unpaid at I the opening of thiscontest between the'.taUon and the Central ; < ;.. ., '
shall be, paid in addition to
:
hotel belonging to the Atlantic CoastLine
..
paid the year on back advance i dues ''and shall each represent$1.60 pany'will' Railroad fill the company lot in and if the"walks com iiY'dit, : :"'" e '

City' Assessor Pfentish one'vote ,or:point' ,,for' the,side securing around it: 'put, i :ShowsPlant Light : .
same .
. This''vaant' space could .be made} 'II
Col. Andrew .Johnson chairman an,, attractive spot if.the railroad '. '
:v Submits His Tax Roll committee, on membership,contest would co-operate'' with'' the,people Improvement -' Dividend:Earner :
shall 'referee all Questions ,
act as on society/. IAR_ ,effort' has -.V l- V II f JtJLfe "W
1 and ''disputes which may arise relative j '. --- 'IIf":!''$'''''' '' "
been made by the society to>fach therailroad's :
W, City Tax v Assessor Ji'W. Prentls I a'board'of equalization..' '1'11.,first '. 'The'-to said contest, contest* ,shall.. sense. of the, beautiful but Accountant Louis Searson has com the task for tEe i past! to>t eks., 'I'Ie'has ,qr t

submitted, his' preliminary., roll to for that >purpose .was, held .membership'o'clock Monday so'far'the' effort has been-without pleted.his audit of, the city'..CCOUtlta.l'Iei kept steadily at it zWtjjTtne '". :'
:- Council last total valuations .,I. night; :othe... will be held night commence. at six shall' closeat satisfactoryresults..- -As, ..the 'lot will submit his written report to he commenced and h s the..... C1'
Y; were ;170,488.00, an increase until the task Is completed. September, 18 and stands' it is anything but ,beautiful the"" Council as a ,whole'tonight..;.The investigation f':!, "

#:',of'47.04 per.cent. over last 'years Estimates,'for the various depart, > 11:45,. i912.'N'.votel p.., 'Plot'' Saturday" September28th or-attractive.It:' ? is about the first report has.been. Informally'.ubmltted fully treated in,his report.ment .': dOe ..::' i
rolV ,The' values: upon ''which taxes' . were submitted.at last; 'even-" 'shafl\ b.'counteq 'nal.ei spot upon.whleh'the. eye of the tray to'the Finanee Committee'of' which ,.wilt be gone over and discussed' ',
': were assessed for 1011 were154.00. $936V.. ;Ing's: .session.as follows' $ eler inv the passing trains tails 'upon John'M//Lee is chalrmanv. ' :! V by, the Conncfl; and.wfll be published.I

.) . .. Electric i light. plant'' ,.-*' 918'25 -accompanied.. by', payment* . when' he', reaches Kissimmee., ''In "The 'report .lengthy and takes in ;ful1later.liftly.t: .' .: :Hie .ae.countent -.: l t
The.Tax."Assessor explains that he Waterworks........-.;, .: 1S6001, -.- Conditions rot, ,the Contest rainy, weather: is a puddle rather the various divisions,of, 'the alt; '. recommends'a complete.! new;G7 ,'j, t ) ,.
has raised the'assessment,; 'from ''a Street ,department t;:??.,' (418.00 'RI. 'a condition''of the contest,.thai than a lot and Is an'eye sore.. The financial affairs In order' .as'folio' a8tem'of :bookkeepingand.itils; to 'rassumed..that "
.. basis of 60 per cent.'of the cash value Scavenger, department _.. 8,000 00 the;side which brings in the greatest ladies are ,willlnl"' to put ornamental Building", Fund, Bond Interest.'Fn r I his recommendation ''
:' to 66 13 per e'IIt..Thls. account for SupC, W. 'A.''Joiner:in' submitting amount.of cash under the rule shall ; plants on the 1 lot and a fountain in Cemetery Fund Electric, this regard will be favorably acted -. 'a .a- part of the Increase; improvements his estimate of'cost for 'the light and be' given an-" entertainment. br" :the the"center and they haven't yet given General Fend' Sanitary Liarht"P2.ntj Upon.VF :- *' J: \ 't '

and enhancement: of values, account water plant says!t. losing side to' cost,,, not.less than '. up' hope that the railroad company Fnnd..,, \tWater and Sewerage,.'Paving ',It ft' for the i balance., 'The Tax Assessor "This>lethe, present\' cost'ot keepIng .. hundred dollars sea' that the Individual will ,,assist- "them' to beautif/Jts, ' own : FIn_:and Licenses, Street -Fund, news-to many;"that' the'electric light: i.
t IU;j further,'expl..b" that,' ,the, City }. ,both plants running ,,24 hourseach *members of the g side shall. property. ', Bonded and Other Debts. plant not"only'self supporting,buts "
K, working gradually toward a hundred day. The cost for wood will be p.y'the forfeit from their: own funds .' An 'Bandit of, the electric.light aci ) actually a profit earner./-,, ; -;
I r per cent, basis l he holds that the mill- more'as the winter' season's business The nature of the.-rtertalnrnert, ,counts was made from the Installation *,The',audit just,completed'i by'Mr'.. i
Ii L", age assessment'i U twice as high on *, will be much heavier than at present. not been decided but it will be forth. SHOULD HAVE\ / : :SHADE: of plant in l OLr The,original plant Searson ir the.11m ever made'of' the h
fjty' per' cent ;basis,' as 'It would bet i. Beside the electricity furnished to coming and-the members of each tide' ,, ; and'the additions represent an Investment city's' books and there: has been' no &F *
,. ''on a'' hundred per cent basis and that consumers that the city is deriving- will enter the contest with!' the determination fOR'SC"OOL'CAMPUS' of S26.QOO. The present operating positive figures.heretofore,to 'prove1 t

r.wthe dty, suffers the disadvantages of revenue from the plant is furnishing i to win. ? '. ., expenses and the presentincome: the plant the ..tlal.etorv'.ln..tment.: c Li' i' .
'.;.,Jawing; high retain the eye of.-In* electricity. 200 street ,lights .that .It believed that the membershipof "" t: ',:' are approximately the same at $11,000 that It appearrto be In the light of a

,' t ,Testers whereas it could reduced use 'the .same''"\amount. of electricity the Board 'of.Trade'.can be more REV. H.':T. GAINES" MAKES'SUG-:: a')'ear. These figures do''.not include the;fits.eB 're "fiven, the, public +:f,
r :Tone-half; .by assessing the property at that it.would take to .supply 750, 16- than doubled during the two weeks of any consideration for, lighting public for tht.ftn' "''', : :: t r
, its1--true valuer:">,The divisions shown candle. power -lamps,? which': at the the campaign. There',are;:a" number 'CESTION io. IMPROVE- buildings- and street. .This service f:Th.report"of: :.the. auditor.'should-' !'' '
tby the' Tax Assessor la his prelimin-.. flat rate'charged >at present* would of enterprises that the Board ihorld v MENT SOCIETY the auditor estimates to be worth mark an epoch lathe! management'of 4'w';'; +4+ "

.l'7" roll ,are, as follow: ; " %. amount ;to:: $6,870.00pert annum undertake for Ki.simme.'sradvances :':.. ., ., ffl,000 a year.. 'Thus the plant. I..'self the city affairs., Dating from this' .' \
I= Testete, '....i-lw-il,003. 95 00 for twelve months* :.Th.'water plantis meat but,they cannot be pursued until hi' r '." IThat .. sustaining-without. considering the these''should bea f complete 'and -so,1"y' \\'
.35, 2800 furnishing all 'the : Is ) -the' of the i I.,Board,is '' : those' '
i Uroads and telegraph: ywater'that treasury? replenished. who rare'In position .nice.to themunicipality., The report cnratajset ot books kept audited'at'laht"oaee'a'year

:J na1: property. V..,.,.. 8.0,360 00 required.t, <_ : : '.Thel'm.mberahip contest as. 'Should jj' beanD- makinC ".''provis coven In detail the ,''financialtransacitons : ,' ;k.;is,"/only: -> .
;AI' ,' ..; promises ,to produce ,the desire 're ion *shadr trees tm the grounds of In all departments.from through soch a system that mi ewttA'mayb.0.11nftsir. ..4, '.'

era', "T W.:'-;;'w ;- '1A79,483 00 .Mr..'.- <.:\W.'
";i',' The City.Council/clI/D&Ibep, n sittings ,trip,to .Tampa on Monday.. ' and the,,,.great.'r. .
't
:
". ,
>- -.r.- ; .
00' '" \f Ii. "I ? l; '>3'l"\ .hV,; ? ,.
'r; ,I .I'J > '- f' :. S ""J 5. v V ,t''\. >.

'. ','. '"':11), '>>P. -4. .'.Y 5 ft ., ;
.. .. k' ..
.
" J
.t"i.
.
1ft" .
>It. r; Ih
.
.
,
: "t" : .. .
\\1 .t,.,.. .r ..... "
", ,,", I { ".1..7'.' "J ", ." I ; *:: *:;>'! : r'' ,
.h
'l.
1t.C;: .f,."'. -: .... 6"7.e'. .,,11. ,'tl"' . .. 1( ,
1 X"" ijfr uiW; 7J r .'f't.

,.,. .' ; '
.,
. .
Lsr :t Al l'''. xrr ',,. < .

9 'I ,if .. ,
:' "' . ,,
,
3'alC j{ : : ? ,
to' ;) : ;;'tj 'r 4>. c".I' ".. ', a



5



. .\,;. : ,


., ..
-
"
";" "

.. h I'" VJ, ., -" }., .,.' '" vM, t ,"$raina"' .t,l Great'\ .\ \ :4; ,sohotff.;'Itorifte Ho4_.o..1*.. OaYsY_,. 4* 4W" T I i.'

i "' J' 7- T Ilfl.c. school No., 16-----i .40 00

I ,Advertising: :,'Magazine ...,'(.sub HodJtes f) schoolNo.lary '. ,''I' Prenbness as well. aa .aifb. grade gUaI7.fCall ::

Wrap me'.un..a: pound . : .... ',00 for what want In the
: : : % Says of Valley Gazette.._; fa"....;,,- .,-..- ip.,.i; L'I: yon '
: Lafaecctbool1<<0. ,.s .. ..-....---- to.1IO ;? OROCBRT LINE

'Tltat'W fliaitOrs'to; .0 '' '' ,t. ..> > .a.Ne.11tlf, r W ,00'" '
tGt out tore " l.e..le''Ilav
0 : say MI..', .,' mY4, -
when "Brains" {is an advertising maga xUsimmee are proW.of their beautiful teacher school Na t..._.w -40 00
delicious
they tee, the tempting xine published at- Scranton, Pa., for valley. and..well they may ,be. 'Miss Nellie,, WetUertoe.,, .....,., -
.
.Dried Beef and Bacon and Boiled.Ham the benefit 'of 'the advertiser.It :: The Gazette is aloes; paper that occupies Miss. teacher Kstherlne school Bhadoan No. ., sal.,.'' '40. .00
a commanding journalisticposition teacher school No.0., _::..__ 49 00
sliced on"our.new .tlicing machine. speaks to those who advertise and i Ira" the beautiful country win' Miss Roes Roirero, salary ,

. part of its 'work Is to hunt out valu- which it circulates. It is doing ,,Mrs.teacher J. II.school 8t. '_The meat i* sliced while you wait'an'd able advertising mediums tot' its :. yeoman pioneer work in the ... teacher school), No. >___... 40 00
from the cut obtainable. clientele and recommend those thatIt anon work of that section of Florida ...r.. RhOda Lucas, .alar '
bet
,
,
.u ] very school No. 10--------------i4000
7 "" finds to be worthy; those that pro&duce in whichit Is published. The sec B C Millar county treasurer. '
-"It" Come 'and sea it.D.R.BLENIS. returns Under the head of tion, as might be 'anticipated from cam treas. -._..._...fj:, .- 1.1.' '
."The Newspaper Field and Who its beauty and natural resources, t.developlnl' "Valley Oaietts, printing..... J I 00.
.
". .. ' I Covers It,", one of the staff writers rapidly. The fame of the Valley(sub 4)a O&iette) notice eloo._.._. C :tf:. .
w of ."Braini", P. Matthew Crier has Kissimmee Valley is developing rapidly Valley datette. notice oleo '
CO. the following say of the' JCissim- through the Westand East andthe (sub I) ...w.we---------! < II.
Oermo Mfg Co., supplies, V
mee Valley Gazette] interest in land investment there school No. 1 __,*_..<.._.._._,' ]}. aO t
"The Kissimmee Valley' Gazette is is very great indeed. Kissimmee is ,none Graves supplies school '
'Phone'92 GROCERS Phone 92"Blanks' Naf0 L--: _. .... 1 /6 a
published weekly at Kiasbnmee Fla. becoming a celebrated 'winter' resort. ,'', .-Chandlf'r ---
1V W ,
....... in the Kissimmee Valley. Before entering The Gazette representative of all Qmn A Co. books ._<.h.ullnll'.....__''' I< BO
Into any details of.the Gazette these interests and..,.feature!.' and reflects pupil. .school No.18 (sub 4) 6 .4 DIBBLE ,& SON {'
Fautt" Tea and Coffee I must refer beautiful J? .I.r tteltner, Ins., school ,
itself to a sup- them in its news and editorial
No. ai ....... __.
6 00
. plement which I have received from pages The Gazette reaches fifteen : Arthur 11.! Donesan----.na bal. dueOsoeola .
,ff,'Feirla"' Hama and Bacon the editors'of the Gazette. I have thousand readers weekly, these be- : Ins. ..,.' IS 00 .' ,
seldom seen a finer specimen of typographical ing located throughout! the Kissim \ Journal-printing; ... BO '
w.c arrangement, press printing mee, Valley''and the West; Mr. O.NO.W.ao.i.Bass, .labor..j..Z.school. .._.. ao .oo \
'! and artistic: \ work. It is an In- Hugh Reese is editor of the JEJ' Ira Wetherbee, clerk and r.. HARPEROSTEOPATH \
spiration., The page which is entitled and Mr. W.W.B. Harris is Its -: a 00 : ; '

'The Grand Panorama of Kissimmee ilsher. Th.re.re three banks in the A. D) Story, inspector.-----/' a 00O.orge 00. ,,; i'
t or Beautiful Tohopekaliga the lake county two in Kissimmee and one in B. 'Nalsden. labor ,

of the sleeping tiger,' is one of the St. Cloud; and a number of stores H.No.., II Hofrell.sub .) ........,.._...._ f S OO 00 STECIALIST IN 4'
1 best things that I have seen in a long carrying the ordinary lines of goods. J. H C., Nickels 'AKU Inspector.Ireirht..; 118 87 CHRONIC DISEASES '..,
: telling suggestiveness I think nothJ Cattle raising and the.growing of N. F.:: 8.... I>t, pay school No. --
Lumber .
Inc.
Qsceola,. Co. ing could be better. A writer in this citrus fruits are the chief industriesof .0 is. -------.r- asoo oo CONSULTATION. EXAMINATION FRjt" '

,. r !supplement, says' that the*people, of this.rich section. 'oJ month. .______._,...... 8000'00 -
., .. .'- llanlc,> loan eight KISSIMMEE.; FLA.
months .._... .... 8000 00
--- ruE.OAVI.THuoaoAvs.
Cltlsens'. :Bank, loan, ,elcht 9 A TUOA""'e
S months .____....-_._ 8000 00 OFFICE, CENTRAL: HOTEL:
.: PLANING MILL AND NOVELTY WORKS Cltlsens' Sank Int. war., .1046. :.
COMMENT' IOU, << : Bis /i
I STATE ;INEWS AND '
t'I"' I A. J Rlmmon-----------S HoNJ:RO" "!,' "I OlrLANDOfLA. ,
No. 7w, IS,DO
- 1 J. J. Harvey, labor, school
4Rough and Dressed LumberSash No. .., (aub> I) -----------S.- (8 00 .
10.. John., .
: I t' The sheriff of Leon: having been successful the fight at No. II <.ub I) .........__ IB 00 -a a>r-
ing it hot for the blind I the New London, Conn.; meeting over JNo Smith, janitor, school f--
Tallahassee, while. the Albany and Troy N. Y.,, both of 1 ..:-.-._. 10' 00 :.
Brick J. J. Orirfln. .services, ._,__. 6 00 TILLER
Doors Lime Cement .
; that they,,can do nothing which cities were strong contenders J. O. Howard., labor' schoolNo. ,
: ' Council has not made for the honor. 80 . .___. .... T BO '
any --- - ? =
,d *, Plaster Shingles Laths'JI' Real I Estate
,_ tion ,for'this purpose. 'AI CitY.
The following petition was filed
If the plans of the board of bond 'i
GENERAL BUILDING party before the Board by W. W. Chandler a..a.Re.ltybought. -'
MATERIAL The Is trustees in Jacksonville are carried =
Campbell Fla., Aug. 26 1912 :; :
. a speaking campaign at out are lights will eventually diAp. rd'of and .
To the Honorable Public
October 1 that will cover pear from the streets of that city Houses
tnmGt, Florida thoroughly before and In their place will be splendid Instruction: rented. .
.,J pretty of a ''We the undersigned citizens and Taxes paid and Titles
November. system post lighting along the
avenues and thoroughfares, such as patrons of school No.4. do most i ified for. non-residents. 'i ',

"f* Both Florida'senaton, has been adopted and installed by the earnestly request th.t)11 give us Fire, Life and Accident '
another teacher for the above named
and have been larger and more progressive cities of
Bryan; .ur nce.. ,
We entered
school.
1 the advisory committee for the United States. In October the protest againstthe
,. onal Democratic campaign. current rates for lights will -be reduced present teacher (Italian) to the L.Indemnity Ponds.-- .J
Board when'her name was first sug _. .. ;
to two cents per }k. w. 'YnPi4rjethpButIe,4. .
r with Increased -
l gested. Therefore
Dade and Palm Beach. l
i' feeling the growth due to A special from Clearwater says vehemence we protest still.j. .. -

age of the Everglades more Plans being prepared in the city now H. IANIER3 pupils, '
( other'counties. The total 'I by Bonniwell &: Son architects, will, MRS. : 1 pupil
(1I. for, Dade 'county is $ i when completed 'and carried out, giveto R. U LANIER,' 6 pupils,
I. ? an increase of $1,758,000 Clearwater one of the handsomestand .WILLIAM BRONSON, 3 pupils. [

? __ : year.. most convenient hotels in the W. L, CAMPBELL 4 pupils,'
'
: state of Florida. The hotel is ex J., M. BRYANT, 3 pupils,

In reply to an appeal within) the neighbor-' J. D. SYLVESTER, '8 pupil .

.r W. M. Holloway hooddof$200,000 and (is being backedby M. C. SYLVESTER, 3 pupils
ent of.Public Instruction a $600,000 corporation: which is In W. R. LANIER, 2 pupils, '

lection to be made from the the last stages of its formation. Capital I Also the Allowing petition. was BARBERM *
tJ. for 'Democratic from all the' towns on the' we.t' filed by E. E. Brown: .

. R E. Hall, superintendent coast is interested and it:II understood -I Campbell, Fla., Aug. 81, 1912
county says he does not feel by local business men that St. To the Honorable Board of Public Cold Drinks & Cigars 1
ORANGE WRAPS# I IS ing the teachers to make a Petersburg is.well represented. As > Instruction of Osceola Co., ]0'1..: .r-

: e tion from their "pitiful planned the 'structure will be a four-t We the undersigned patrons ofIIchool Kissiraimte I
Are aristrocrstlo' their 'nsmes I Ir He- concludes, however: story building either stucco or con.. No. .4, respectfully request Fl
1 Imply, Superior la. every _Y... teachers are free agents crete construction being used.. The i that you retain Miss Rosa Rogeroas
J make contributions If they Spanish style with mission features teacher said school, we having
MYAL NA'I1JUL'OIANGI.WKATS ,William .1..Bry.n. of will be followed, the, building being sent our children the past month and . .

.. .;' ,'Usve a high clue good body. and S. 'Jennings, of Jacksonville roofed with red tile. It I. plannedto are well pleased with "bar wore asa'
contain 260 with 100 baths teacher.' : .
i .superior iladsb.4S Billingsly of Miami will rooms Sprigg Fleining
velop a winter home1 while the construction'' will be done MRS. ROBERT W.. JONES ?

. ': NTAL.WRnt. OUNCE'wurs Miami. Mr. Bryan is to with a view' of making further additions''at ROBERT W. JONES +I i
Are' the+<; purest of pure white ; own winter resort on the some future time .FIre-- J. W. COLLINS,
MRS. J. COLLINS, CLEANING :
'w construction, with the latest
] and '"" proof
strength quality,
f splendid .y ;; J. D. WALLING, -
Plans have been ordered methods will be followed and all arrangements PRESSING

\ WYU ORANGR WIAfbus" .at once for the will be made toward protecting MRS. CARRIE WALLING. *.*
u 'Aaort4doolorsorLccy .J cold storage plant and : the building.. "' GEORGE DAVIS DYEING i
,; i' pack. of the ice factory itself in MRS. MAMIE' BROWN. / REPAIRING
'
; Order, NOW for October de- burg. The new work to be .The Board Trustee's of State Institutions E. E. BROWN.
,
,Bverie..don't wait "till the last comprise a two-story1 at Tallahassee, has awarded Supt. Sears then' reported that he! '
.r mlaute"and court disappointment. forced concrete- structure the contract to J.' A.-Apperson,of had visited Campbell Station School Leave .. my bottle and clothes
I ,f : In dimension. As planned Atlanta, Ga., for the construction ofa No. 4, Friday preceding' the Board will be o .cI.or.and, returned..
f r. We are the Isrrest dealers la the: !
and und' of 16 ,
enrollment.
1 "- best floor will be the Ice hospital for the state insane asylum : meeting >
thelarge.taad
r 'I ,$ ocekcEll the'second ftoor'will be at .Chattahoochee, contract price and attendance of 11.,, After considering Satisfaction Guaranteed',
.
five, large cold storage $41,990. This is sum than the matter the Board :'upon .
i E. BEAN &"SON CO.. o- hospital, but the. building will be of motion of W., W.' Chandler secondedby >
rt Jacksonville 1913 the Board expected to spend on the E. E.:' Brown decided to do. .nothIng -
"J sk' '4 PlvsraldeVfaduetn tion of the Atlantic much, better construction and more in the matter. ?::1 UcCU'r .TS'J.EB': '

a Sria,1' 'S. ) .. .. ways Association, the sanitary than 'was expected. ,The,Board adopted.the same'regn- u'1: A131T1311199' .19'Well'37r1Uer
lations for teachers and. for
.JAcKSONVIIIZ.FIAgIDA, ; 4, pupils
'i the ensuing term as of the

c. W. rlinn", .cert._... lilt..voters. . J :year, and Supt. Bears was Instructed ,,: -
.'1. Proceedings or ill'I i (sub I) .Pr. .:t. _. ,ioo, gillARTESIAN
; Rod(. ':Alderman.. .' Inspee", (sub' to have 1,000 copies of same Includ- 111 prepared to !
.. -- i 00 ing'' a complete; course of study published -
fl. J.: it. Chandler; ln: e4 (sub37 a 40.Al ,,at once,, the same to,be given WELLS

. : the School .z rUnderhflll: "a.. (sub 4)I 00.5.4 to the, Osceola Journal they being
awwlu .clerk. iut | '
r- < > .
. /) : _._ the lowest bidder., In .. : ,
'J 00 QOf.'Iorld.-
-.t :t u. bAJ.l -, CV: Vr.'arifflnZ-ssrlu'ilst voters" i The Board.then .went, ,out ,to ,St. .: ? anjr. .ct : |

: 'The Board of. 'Public' Klsslmraes- (sub 4) -,?_rr"b; ( odj Cloud and new.school ,-' -'

; met in regular .....Ion; No. 1.I.U; 10.11,05--v-.__ if' 41 building and Instructed Supt..Sean -Ten successful Well'Drllllnl'le
f.I I present W.' c. Bass, W.< B.. Maklnson. Co. supplies < to draw a warrant for ($3,600.00 .In. years
);. :( Brown and W. ,W.. school No. 1 _-..._':..i..l.n' U: -00 part payment'of same .. ' a Guarantee of my'Ability .,
to '
OsoeoUt Lumber .Co.' lumber produ+ $ Freluits.
i (hpa.I
(+. V W. J. Sears,, School NO. 1 "'.....,. S .70 There being- no further business ., 'I'
..'.. --.- t . ., Minutes of:'the last J American Book Co..' book..i40. 0 P the,Board adjourned until next rego.tar "
.A Nt- A. T. Mct an labor and *. ;
sup .
readand ;approved. In
piles,, school *__ :..._ meeting.W.'C. '
.iii K ,41 *"
S. \.
BASS'Chm .
,We tantlsh 'necessary supplies for packing fruits sad vegetables.. ,B..C/Miller,.treasurer' Postal Telegraph: Co., telegram : ., : .TWO' AND Fe'Un'INCHLI

....... follows; -..-__ 60J Attest : WELLS .A' SPECIALTY "
.: To the'Honorable- Board .. M. Han.ell, srvloe.,5.N .aO 00 W, J. SEARS; 'Supt.' ,
Ian Smith IiZmi -
services .
; 4 00Vaters .
1"1:' . .. . II t ,Instruction,. in. : and for. \ 4kCarson re.,;;Io. BonaisGit (1 .
;y I "3. -- 1 r:...;. County supplies' school No; 1-14'a* :10 The' Weed Ordinance.ince'the l' _< f!, p, / '
.1 : Ross U raves, supplies. No ) $ amendment of the;rdl- '
.I 'herewith tender'my", $ "'" \
ljj T1T .:FJ.or1.c1 '
.1 e
:: Osceola Count i.aoNo.: SB 1.lIet; -:-'-.---4 :a 10 nance regulating the'' :'cutting1 of
Treasurer .
: dv beoeofa-Har0ware,
B J ,. Co., sup , weeds In the city' limits[ I want/to, , t-
ui1 1' .M' ateials l ,month of August,. A.,D.; plle.-No. 1. ,1.5oj' No., .. .te'' 11 40 .
Osceola Hardware, Co.,' :supplies. warn' all property owners that I will
{ . Genera School !, ,
_
No. It ,1iI.TOI"No. It, enforce the ordinance'as it
rigidly --I':
Hf" '*-..*, To,balini from lest repo iJ.SO .k.i.i.-" .._.__'-.;.ili.-\ ,7' 1I0 lots '
to allvacant
j .. To amount .; received Noah , read. This applies ,
Bennett Jabor. school
''IbisiNNt1E, [0IPTL7fANDyA78ti'ACPORILTi : ( ;: T comptroller-"April. : redero : NO is '._____*'"...._......_." as;::as .s 'weU.-euL.resldenee': Jots A'' viola*. TheTiorlda: Grower jl'
,
To amount'- received Miss Mary' David, sal., teacher ton of-this ordinance'will be punish
: ',,ta* ooL polls'.l>tl.":.v..j.. school-No, a ...i**:.\-....,.-. ,.e, 00. : '
i 1-1'W: f ntjr 1.OilItfiSoonsletfnoiilurge'! igarehouees'and. Sp.'paid'warrantsad'' , per Miss. Janle, Stroud, saL teacher -,' BO 00 ed by'fine'or' '.'W.PITMAN'MarehsL'lit imprisonment. ; For tracker*and 'RIS.r ..... f,,
1
f' : ad ''IICComntodat1lata :' v-U_ rw; ,, I schoolNo.7,4. folk who want to knew. -J'II
balance ;
lti ir't. wha>rf :and 'aUr lkage By. ".u ,- J Ida. -Weekly.1 (UW per war;
Sub-Disrtict'' No.,: S ,ly. !:Ie. Mend 100 for s ten iMoetrta..
'
; d OgR1'jiing.tk.>w et stock of high grade Building"kterlal Tolbalane; from I..tll'eport, '.u.>eeript on, Sneppr.apo lW.fn. .Claa.7,

'. f" ) 'In the atat*,.!;+Ola and will eXt I d'.to'J'outhe' : most:'I By Uy.balance4 paid warrants, _.&tI.-,'.-.....\.,-. ,. , ;THB'I'LORlUA, a RowER ''

:,JI'OIft- t.H. rvk>e.' qukk.' dtetiverlea. ''poaable.,. ) ;<, ,trobal" ' ''".nce S from b-DlatrldNo.S la.t.report; ; : JAVORnrJlRnUZ.: [QS\ : .P10Nda'Avsaa.,*Tarps! ,pow' ,

'*>No'mbterhow) sriMin the,purchaa'or how lane the"con-: By paid warrants, as per ) .
.
:
'B .balano*,,;-..-.>..._......... .
;'teaotj;I can'sad ;Will;jrive it. ,the..:most: .careful and moat f. Sub-DUtrict No. 4. ,'ARE: THE 'RfSUir' PRODUCING KINDs '
"" \ To ,TO-.atanc..from 1"1.report 1- ::, r. ... . .'
F; V i 1prompt l ,abentfon : To' amount receclfed redem-. ..., 'n'e, are asgood as eareful.uperviaionend honest' I ; .. ; ": )!

a t 1 '; .' r.. ,3, 'LWSHcKifi'ag. . .. :' their""- ,'different.....-' .' ,'...- .... :: comptroller' April '" "methods CITRUS can FKtilTS/make 1 them..POTATOESTOMATOES' Special' formulas for,,, cr':: 0 ,:J.T 'EjE

'"; B,. paid warrants as per U. MELONS" ; STRAWBERRIES 'LE't'TUCE" HBR8 IS ''A ailAKAMTBBD ,
tr ,LIIGG'SlMJCKi'a'eom.lew.J1De..J BEA.NSt' COV8
; _...... .. ... ?
By. balance. : Daa't be d taflrimd br 00ttN..
CELERY ,and all truck croP., en uMcktlr isorehr
.a ,,, :., L Ifapanlsrii(>Pa
an* Pavte. i Briek.. B". & warrants as per list ' OI' ''NT..N;." >'}
By Balance .___._ rRTILIZERCpMPANY: .
-- . .
,ATLAS: POSH.AND 'JC IMB*.' Bibb'S.w.r. Pipe mto.. : a:.. C.,MILLER, Co. ,, .,. Aftsr mihsvetrled Cmrva Ooltre ererrthln.to Bter Cared.youra.s

<" ;i yWief.! 'a ltljallyeltd..*ftr_plSCCa,.itC., "it'fMtjf, : Warrants ,In. the sum .. .,'JACKSONVILLE- .. . ftOBIDA,.' . ever merit Jseerd u..d...thus....JI.yea It will is .spptedMs......-u"" ...tke... .reel. .
were examined d eetmnlestteaee,does.otealortks skis or czar
.
...1tI session., any dtemrfert wbatarsn, sad we s snu>...
.
4 '.4'1( appHaaHos wffl prestos ere Aotval
: : '" i Bills approved 'and, ..lhtalkhwsaaMSi. ... tssabMB iHii
esjf
i .. W.. ;R..F' LER as'follows: . . ... ;lr .".....-b< O"'. ''*_S. _fw
'j : W J. Sears salary.'supt.. BIZIEI LEITIEI-J. ] siiiicE.Eicy; : ivsfi"fiidttOMbesti .Casa2M7aa
S ; Co Sue. JL 8. 1". J. _. .t.
S ;. # k'k ; : ..=
; c. c .IJ' J .: ; tit. ,.,FtaiibBs teet.r .; . :iii. B IWD, ILB. I., th.ttbwa
( .
6 - 4 ,'W. n.ee let. JL B. P.T. . ..... ...
'. \ 1e. .f _, ': w..Jjt,. QD.s ....D..b I 1i'J::>, < 71.OM..laji..wtlawwrw1a.asylal.a.oYC.ut7 i-r --= I
: F VL01: 1
v : .
=
a.' :
0. leap.e.ane a. -
,. ,. . . ... .. ; FIRE P UPif''' ; AOOIOENTALTjI' "- i er P.
":' '.' .". .' .5 ). -- --"" ., : = I
.
tVita..b":r.rk. inb) .. .,..... ''IeNONS'iUSI \ ,jt'11 ,,1; I .:==. ........-
n n..
. J. ,, AiW S J 17:
"' 5 '/ n -. ., ._, ,< }\ aa Ju.M.
U 5. i o; ; r. .
5 l' 1 j' 4 d ; { t '
: 'i t I.
I J .,. ..t' 1: Jo' ,) I"doJtP I
/1/,to r':5' ;; :5 .I'. I '-'i"" '4 'X.lv ,! '. ; ;' \,
. '{. . ."", h. iff, .j' .," I ,.-j.
(
S ,j'/' .... '. "'I..' ,. . .J..>> .." -- ..,. .....I. .x"r.: ,, V j.f
-- .r .. ;,A. l .tw ,.... .... ...,...". ,,:; .- ..- rr.7.mru. \
'
, I. ... ( . '" .
n > : 1f'00i,, -.H.....'_ : u...' T , .' '..... .., : r Ia I\

.
-
.
V .
'
jr51 ,'''' . '



;: i ;
,. r'V
.' . '" ?

>", D A, SZP TMf a IS. flit THE KISSIHMKE VALLEY GAL IITw r'6i hti.

1 L. .
--. -- .--- .. I' ..
; --- .
,. A. CAASON, President! .. ;.,'Cylt.YAN. 1j _. .' .' j ji \1 ltavr ill. ; "
,: I : ; ye. to. uw . q,"': '. '.' -.,----> ., ';--
i ,
-' to .
The te.ts'C'firson. """' '
: : :; I
\ . JNJW; ( I advanced' : .
I
'
: ..( 'I.; ,;. -* i "blame Ibatt for" OrallIeGroye < ':
,
'
''' i :
"1; .M' tiWholesale ;, "m' ; I again ; : '
C' : THE;' MU K'1 VARIES i they ; .
ru ;
. ., .'CJ. :- ; PaJ Jii ., : ; ; without : ,,. ,':fl'' "'f"" "
1\ 'of ... :1 "To/StGid. FBHT' II. engineers : "' : ;
"' "" AND IDEAL, ; upon the : :
v !- and ReUil D. .teraln""" ) roperij. ,

'' I* : ;PLANNED. ,; v' , .. ;
G ROCERIEStllq. iI..'. "
1. } I -. :'. Wright .,.I.11 I t" 1., .',"I. .'"''4, ''. .. ,-f',;,..' .t., "Ij'
The -demons t ration .
.
1
} W.1I1 we !'
Ot .
J -. '. t. : _. Fellesmere Farms / we ; .4. ,\,;;,, . t: ;;
II
L. 1 J' . ; : paring;to .any,, on, in I,, Board ." ,. ," J-.e.: -:,. . ......,', _, .'. .-
.
1 :: ' WE'' 'BOY) embrace.. a 'tract of -' so long., :;I .. '. . .,w .,' ;
r 2 Wi SELL, :, ; and (nine acres lying .. knows '"rr s ) a
., east corner of, the .has been J q "
.-,1,i: HAY' tween latteral. U and ; ) .' If : i .. :
HIDES This, tract was chosen outlet first 't: ( .1

- ''riil'' :ORMNI : 'FuRS because its accessibility it embraces for a. to the spend land : We :have SO acres,.of good .I land.adjoining'the corporat.'li.rs"" .ti Sof

.' .be 'J a 'nice town of about 2.000 people'where "
'. varying from two to ; ready: ; they 'have'gotid'ieli.iij
r' .FERTILIZERS farm has been fenced .The I.. I.. and'churclr ;v 1 .
legeo'thistract.lias' 17, oforapi -
'I ,., WOOL. 'mis p ] acre a : :
r being.cut in the muck ; "they : :
i.. SHINGLES;, t : '. I" ": .AND" , and, four feet deep.. .A ;! their ''fruit/grove',' just beginningtobearwelU; I. W7f>wW/ate; \-Z': :

: ORANGE BoXES. ',,I':,:f"I'."..!, ..' :' '. baa, been of ,erected ;.at ; .peo-' e.cband, : ( "every year; it ,IsV'(splendid property-and/, .. ... fgttM' .)
the for
comer tract
l' '
: .
.
I ) ORANGE',WRAPS ALL I implements, seed and it on., ,.) 3AAiad.:.. ;., l aWe
.... t : '. Tae farm is.\ .. , also have 'a' 60"sore"farts in'the;...m.nei-'bofI..i.: :
Is"ofthe
;
VEOETABLECRATES r .COUNTRY I the bridge'from railroad ditch.the 'The : I who tack-: .',,'all lies nicely: every:acre good 'fruil land.and now:.ha",afine'bear: ? *'''.. :;. ,

CRATE: NAILS. "' 'tRODUCE. will be,,painted; c white" : hands. full. log orange and;grapefruit *!rove' abo i half 'and.L&II.'i,"'s.'rail ..
r. .. : farm. will have the : Chief '
: .1 ',
: stability and } be Out ,of bnngs good returns 'e e.b".e) ; can .,: bought;;; on Eironble.terms: -

( i: characteristic of- : .' mont., off( payment, and will pay large"dividendson" the p each/year.: / .,
seli garden seeds kinds ;
.
.
We field and of all Fellesmere Farms, Who ap-
: ; 'It is owned by. non-resident;: who ,will sell '' for less .,it' '
attention '' takes.. good of it' than. is ,
We dve. special to fitting out. .hunting 'an'c&mp n. ,
parties. '. I Ipci.Uve ,On the.north and' make worth. Located half a mile. from a .large. 'lake that',:..t. .,Smiles..,. '.
will be Engineer '
'Y In city l limits.; Phone No ,12. nose ..arborvitae planted, I State,.. re. : wide and .12 miles;! long where there is .6ue''fislun: and :boating: '
lyptus tress, with .." ''The man who secures: this .will be fortunate'indeed,' Vwill. f
|w agents fertilizers.,, :Ask ,us for clrculat grove ,as. ; ;
p _) are.county for.ft-ood and I oleanders in t the, \ '''
,and prices on fertilizers. farm. .. pay:a large.income'and ii a delightful place ,to live, with!(ordinary;'' ? ,
'
: The farm will be good. buildings % '"''
distinct, sections; farm 'Wti. .
We.-also'have' ,( the same neighborhood the Thomas 'Grove;
; vegetables an
crops
!. ." and citrus fruits.' In and 60 acres of excellent land,i'ninl'a j ,fine large;lake; and' this ; ". y

grown sugar cane, rice, lake,is connected J with 6 others by artificial canals*so that one ban'' ',
: 'FIRE INSURANCE ? Yes 'the Best Companies alfalfa. Japanese kudzu > .
: : ; )FARM: : visit all these lakes .
,, Para grass teosinte, by boat furnishing a, splendid 'place;, for a -
#10 ',.".. maize and ,Indian corn, '' pleasure Nine "acrei'df" '.
1, .. '. \ clover,"etc. The ,RESOV resort. oranges, tangerines.and.:grapefruit, , 'i'
'u 01"Whynottue, 'thep same good judgroetit injl;; _,I.___; !> fruit division will "THE nice; larse' beairins :trees .in''splendid;' ( condition. Ten' acres ,more t
,* berries, celery', beans? ] of land ready to 'plant. ,' of ;this } .
: laud
,
owper Another
.
Insurance that you do in buying; .goods for your. etc.. The third ;division > owns a
$ store.clothes for'your family?;:' ,_,, of IP'pefruit..Kin : .;! 'y' I grove and desire to fell this.one.' We want td'show, it to a prospective , '
gerines and persimmons. t-yer., :ntroduie'1im..to the owner''and let him deal direct?;
5 OarMotto, prompt: .and.'courteou.. '1 treatment :
: The spoil bank on / of the '
and It U 2 1 U2 ,
I t farm will I be leveled ) Co-opera miles from railway station and coavenient to'school 'k

'walk"80 that .visitors ':,' fine.Colonization .Property! We have 200 acres of, coed!,at- '

:ANN; |R LJONEGAN,, i.INSURANCE AGENCY- : view the intention'the crops of the' by direct for rus'fruit!;land with'"a railway'" station",on: the",land.((2; miles; from :a'' ; r u

Company to make ; this of' the ';good 'town;, splendid :2-story. 8-room house .store. building .large ; I'

.' IX'::Cft WAGNER-. .. ;,,."Manager. A' ;.. ough what can and be complete done in' !, United voU, .barn, feed lots, 'garage and. 10 acre of .splendid bearing :\orange, :-
> what\ can be done in. and grapefruit grove with-quite a. number of'louddedpeach'treest' ;" f .
;
.- lesmer,,.t'Farmer.EVERGLADES.. ,- com; H. 40 acres Amore land, fenced and" in. cultivation) ,.f.ready: to:plant;) to', ; (\'. '

;, M. "S. grove., This is' ..a splendid proposition for locating: a''number, ofF; i' !; 'M

'Long Distance : .following Delivuk -neighbors> ; in the same, neighborhood and there are,'sufficient'inn.provements i . -.

Advertising Phone 296 1 LlMfLl I \ ,. which' to make it'':valuable and interesting: We'.wanl. to"bow'. ':
"
. : Union, '.in Vou, this property and introduce'r"o to the. owner.f. :
.
------ : Chatta The reason we 'do.,not.,give price*'on/.these; groves/is;/ ., 'u '

.is saying;,'.the ,right.: thing. ENGINEER/, commend the people frequently think they know all about' it 'and wait Until ,they '
'
'f'J .. I :at the'::right time : TION' BRINGS OUT, \ mm.: comet; ,but we want you. toj write and ask ,us .about these groves '\:
'
cdMMENT. OF. I ..and then we will go late detaiU tell about all their condition surrounding - '

l' :. inthe'right: ;way J ; : vote' .of *, price etCi We have groves in.prices"ranginganywhere\ :-from

: . The resignation of ''J.I ., Supreme $2,500'to$50.000( each. Can suit{any reasonable'minded person,
w. make a .oeclalty of planning; preparing Chief' Drainage the,.peoiI
: literature and conducting campaign. for of the Everglades ."J'7 I who wants 'good,Florida home or i investment', Hav..fin '.!"truck. <.
.
Land Companie. 80arda of Trade, Municl.. '. be farms '
J.' piitiesandIndivduala. t State stirred to up.an the.av. .nch. the"several ; city property,. att, Correspondence: solicited. ,; ,

:t!: and criticism. Mayor: .
Ft. Lauderdale, thinks : not .be ..1 '
fJ ADVERTISERS resignation was a than is .. :
GLENN-REAGIN : ,. '. '
: of.the '" : ; "' : r '
: ' 'i
, be proceeds taken to atonce suggest to that . < < *J.',-' *,." .-r' i v ',i .0.1"1"o'O) :), ,' \ :. : ;"'j' :,,' '

I ;TAMPA ". ''FL'ORIDA. for an ambunt sufficient \ : NELSON REALTY' COMPAJT*!'
t : : ," '_ the work. He says: i ",'not.. !'.;.. ';,; : ,,d C4O

.see has by press : : laws. I,; j """" r'. "\ . ' wyq'',' ...n.r':t., ., r J ''' : .1'...., .
Wright resigned '
Y ;r . neer of the ''Drainage : : 'conven, " Citizens'' Bank KISSIMMEE-, FTLJL!; ,, i if
which is a fortunate I,

T'AT:E: BAIR]\:' OF: 'f'lSIftJMEE'-\' : "\ sion there to me of should that three' be in'appointed.a the' ;< the. states' ". .. .

1,,, : .. .' Commission should : 'act ,. ',' .
Osccola Florida where they the States .. "" x's
Oldest'Bank
.In County; heavy pen '. t'"J+ a
\
understand the,situation ,- )
,
." .
'' ' .,, '' :, ..: Depository for ... -' + work.better/,able Owing"to -to properly the :....NNNNNNNNNN '.'

: "U t D STATES GOVERNMENT STATE or FLORIDA" mand for' glade t.nd.; ,
,Co P.,<>80EOLA.:I JDlTY OF KlSaiMMEB the uncertainty' of :: EMIL'MACH' 'ERNBST'M4Q.{ :', ,,
'I. . w
Aat stea4.rd
9 lands advantageously .OIl cq..t: : .. :!
a u: :itTi'Ut.
FULLY P ,... . .. . ..Sg0.00000a ;
CAPITAL "IDsws[ 'r '\ ;r r+ push the workof :
SUHPLUS.V.: "'1' ,. ........y." '.' "fI. ,r.;. '.. i.t'. ,"o.ooo.oo to me that the' moat-' : c:: :M.cii: ::sR: 'B ; ': .
"$ .. ... ,' to" do is for the.State
bTOCKHOLDERM': LIABILITY-> '.xw' IK.': 'a .H. )<,- BO.OOO.OO .
't a ;- ". , . . .,.'.. ,. ..,'*.30.000.00 000,000 in bonds to c i
... DgP0, JiTORW'BKCURITY..r. ;' "- . : 'j., bond.values could of the be drainage 6ued'' .iD.; FORT. . :Livery, Feed.i rand_ .:SalSta'ti J 0 _

;INTEREST PAID' IN 'SAVINGS DEPARTMENT" plete drainage is .. OF"',IT .", ... Agt..;Jl1ier.u"tl tJI, a eels ...C "" P*.
r.v ,
., SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT development the: : ;. ';0,"
bonding and completing '.
s ; .A .r :anrcs: : :: : ', '
: x.A.
C A. csriott. ;j.o.M.'Let . -M, Lt N.B.Carso; : State' 'coultl,sell,these Z' .
.ere- as of them ., was
Pres't, Vice- ,res't:, 2d Ylce-Prea'tt . Cuhler'' per been sold at some that price .. office everything! flew and'rit\ w &yws;' 'W' render/ prgplpt. :. -'
.. ,, go' and draining the .Times Z aatlsfactoryservice day' or. night (ft" ,I.:
into the school fund :
'--'- ,......... -... .... -,.---, ; ..-- and,In :the State Times; of 'ONE HALF, BLOCK Ff toM'PA88ENGBR'itkPOT'
.J" .. JOHN'B.STETSON' UNIVERSITY" 000 age.after The paying great all. ..the < relative,."' said to :. .Kisslmmee: "'..Fla.J <' ; "Phon*', II, ,' .

1 ; would'"come 'to .counties .
\.. me '
, ;LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph..D., Lift.- D., LL. O., P..I4..t. drainage district as"a position to c..NNN... NNNNa6 ; ,

'11 HE BEST ,SCHOOL: ) .T' o"u0: o,:FOR,YOUR,CHILDREN, bonds the 'Glade land"give. lands'Would: the, .-should( that . .
y rd'R '' Be4 Thorn to Htetaoa; ...fall Term.. R eK..s Sept. 25HT claimed above.*' .This'' i in'Floe +rAcr.uAioAue.iludWaraar.ek, -.-. y ...-..-' .... y '
........ .. : ; ,.
(4|t o, ; "" ia.trr.t.re Vel. d UJ.r.I Arie, Mayor Marshall"should x '
If U'lrimnlty allcl'-PJ'. ; iifjp T ,t tbrl..1 ell La". ; .eriou' ..ttention of ', {' ; eu some .
Cuwu. ,.
: :..?-_ '1'Ckrl =ofdT..hude.ealoar man in the State and growers( 1iYer'F' d" nrSlt1e' Sta a
rr
t ,'';' '. suppnort of 'every' of.. fruit'" I ; .
?
L.- A.ta:1. Floftda/-l. > farmers *' "* !
w ;:d( .111008"A .< V .< .
"' p Art.. ' ... ,. Trusteesto); :. """ it a t yielded great AL KINB'S:bF HEAVY: io.Ut; :. ,f : .
.... I.
J. ,J' .1Ik"t.p.rrit.rla tee r-re.... sad rereg- Car t.1 '.tn Claude L'Engle, in i I .
,
.. ago \\I
.
p ?:! A "
tU ct.rsMt.ucWW. > 'A''SPECIALTY "
ato. .dtkrroegYpuMvlMM+ ,
.
..For C.t.l.s...'.*>._ tor>. _.tl...re'.r i.... r..na\ .. .dare. on Trustees, Fund of as, the well : town. of .,. '-. ct'I V.: < '' sV("*' "i.i: w
provement of rice
.' JOHN +STETSON UNIVERSITYr pE''"?"'::, amA\ Wripht Quoting.the .' And I New'.upply oi'*. 'Aaent'fu Obit: ,H.r'';,pt., '

;,,; \r. .. .,' -. by')Wright) in'his .... ( ,,:raised .I Runabout Rubber-tint..,.. "fI.II'.V! 'W Queen. City Buggies' and, \' .''\7a19 ,'" ,.
"
.Buggies Carriages :
. .. . - \11' . J drainage mattet had > of Japan : ; t
"f ject: 'ofTsd much: 'unjust : it ship .- ' 'p'I\ ,,
couicE','h..'W\U unable to> ,! ; the culti ..., ;.. :II 'B.: A. 'McADOO(:' ; f'f ty: 4i
fLOfilDA'S OLDEST
,
( 'e..I e' presentations and have' been !-l .
1's'-.CoYl :

r >e11n \ .. ) .r. WINTtR pAnK.'rLoniOA. j cults. .!"Note' deetredude that ,Chief.. '' [ .from h" . ............, ." .................,. .....'.........".....' .."....... ..." ..... .. ......... ..,..-....'...t. . '
'day fi >
odpuv' *i: 4--;;lp rtiSse.fa.u=nege/Aeadeniy.lSchool I ] ot Music, ScbooVof Fin. Ails' ,has been permitted :. tell 1iA..t:: 'l
. 4''School' of Etp rasioa. >School of,Domes tic and Industrial Arts, .Business School" to say that the rice this f. '
.! Courses for.TfIIb.:!: ....*" ,, .: .. ? " ' i :sv V"' lie lathe: project' of, yield! . .'.. .. .. .: .. :. \.. ., ,: w
: t.'fcS. l'aoalty-Tw.1\t"IProleuon, tadlInatruetors'prepareti! ,- In t Oq> toremoet Everglades has : ; .".' This ; # '" > /
America and Europe;. t-. . : , . I the future .the ;
't.UDly.niti.n of .i' f of ,work "q, flatwooda : i z'R
t.r.4! ; ; {.-.On: Atlantic Coat IAn.,' Seaboard Air tine, 143 miles south}ized f'that,he i finds,it ; / holds, a S11.iS.1yB1JZZA; : & 'SON .. : :
,
r. .... :.r; |';oa. the famous -Florida! Heights; ; in one of the most beautiful.I refute''' weather .N". '" ..
''r'';refywt I *awns in'lobe South; no malaria* '-. . tf'- compliant the results, n ,Florida n* *-T' i'( f : f1r..Jt.jj' ('
. ,.. buildings; Selene Roll'iIa'' ;: ' ,
; i ing to-drain the-. \ Ceiiient"and"ConcreteWork : :.v) 'I'i'1
"JiU '
*a-: ; '26 acre.- sloping' to LakeVfr.l.. " die is.i the most .. ."
"
'
.. i"a .
'otbee lakes '
"IV 'ii e tliree : .past.i language that I have .. '
:. pltr'F' !I.: studetrt. ';t Ieotrie Ugbta;:llre,yrotection:..quarter of a mil-f tioned by,public 1 -1 ofv all, :Kinds ; .
: . 1
J.; #: 'Ii
""(0' ", doII ft .to. '" : ; of the"good name of, the .
'( . .
.
,
.;t.,. -At" .-I'eotball.-bueballt... basket:ball. 'golf,:tennis, boatinfrswim-",; -. : .Is In *he J x '...SDEW .ICS'' 'A'" ; 'u '
i is 'l _;.ca. f nit. and uium are as fine as any In they.. (i1'hat'th..Ttasteee: ; r on easy '. '.. t '- : 11 .:'H, it. ,, :-<: 1Il1BaaW.
.' a.:..' , Uenat.'Jft.j"f spirit.and..ecntroL.-.. .. .' "rx'; ...rmitt.edauch?' : '.Co.j \9-t ... "ifJI! .J.1 'Pth; ; ", "
.
... ... .
.. i ... a, ., sweeping ooademnaften 'o..Pbo 1l : -II : .
paRsli :
J-J' :W.' '! _. .,AN. :. !''::1.e.t; .... r: i28 fit.r :;.>M iMt -'to'latrr;.bao , ; , ., Pc' !I.,,f., __ _ >.. __LLe; . -
,
f ',.. ''' fr "' ...... ",1:'7> 'V J> P '. t' ) ,
)".tiV.:,;. \-1.e: ;;! ,' J:' 1". II '..;... "'f1V: j'' ..> .. ":'J "" \th :. ,: I' i : \ \; / 'IJ'" .f!.' '" .'... .
<
,.J.., \ 1,, it ": : ; .i 1 ?17 .' i t. 'IA if,' J\f: J"U'TI'II! ....".. ,"t; ,I a
.. ; .
..
,
-< .a '. ; t,..F.to j.tJi 1 jf s, '.. '" ,.' ;;; : ..; ; : j \ 'I' 'J. ,
1,. 'FY fl,', r ,."' \th.". p .t 1, ., iV t tt' I :J!' ,, .. ; ; L' J", .. .. ,;.: :: '.'
-I : :: : ;'1)1) \\tr" ; "

,m /i, .' t."II"':" "( . '..".. ,, '. '-' ." .{ \\,1' ., ,



r ..'2. " A't
'h3" t M! R d a p
.+, <,- 4f, ,' 4m;o' + .1 ,,,'r 'eit$ aY i 'at', r:1 k $%,\,4 a.

,Y IW R Y
i,
f r' ", Q' ,


; .' ,j 'THE KlSSlMMEEvVALLEY' : i [Y2.Y GAZETTE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER' ,' if | .

-.. ., PAGE .4.
'qy, . . .. -

.. Leaves from the : ,
Ndtebook1
.. ',

h: '1 THE LITTLE ONE of a Newspaper': Reporter\, Homes and Investments ,


0 j'l Is sale from all the deadly ,erm.'of the Louse-fly while +
: "

t' sleeping under a By J. H. -REESE., in Dixieland! }


:

Lunciiln With Lotta. take file| Lath >dere every' mawnln\ ","",
It. of those nabisco-wafer sah the-'
was one repeated; negro. '
t day that 'the 'early spring producesin "Vmph' humph!I" responded the Having Implicit faith m the future of Kissimmee, we have',

+' Savannah a thin layer of sunshine questioner and after a, pause, "Im i made i ii our,home. We have built up a business) of which we, feel' -. -

above and below and a cooling slice portant only if .true.", and'trust honest, fair dealings to merit a continuance
of weather between, that I lunched. The Munroea ran-away from civilization proud by this section. If
r "business in
with'Lotta., ; but it has tracked them down: of a.,large portion of! the real estate
? How perennial is the youth pf"an Cocoanut Grove is:an exclusive village I ,you desire a home in the most favored'section of Florida for the

actor found Lotta only,after Home not snobbishly but intellectuallyso. : :smallest price that property can be secured for we.1nvite.'you to ,
1 z difficulty She 'was not Jiving:' ,incog .' The'Munroel founded .at., Cocoa call '
on U8.
but.'she .was making-no fuss 'abouEher nut Grove I the first library in '
; public Resident Property, Improved City' Prop;: *
presence in the Southern city, Florida It 1 I. well stocked' and We offer'Vacant Lands
: .. and' had come1 to Savannah-with her self supporting: From the be- erty Truck Farms, Orange Orov s and Colonization ..tf.> ss

I"w? brother' and his wife and'dogs.. and ginning' ',of their re.ldence..t lowest prices to beobtained.ISi ;, '

>: horses for the, winter. They' had this point on the Florida. peninsular . .
u taken a4cottage-near-the -track,'--and ;;-'Mrs. Munroe, busied "her I'' ----- 1 lm, :
l\" 4 here ''Lotta's premium nag Nut' Boy, self-with "settlement.work." .It was

was being cared for., I arrived at the not the kind of settlement work that /, 501-An attractive home In Pine- No.429-Large lot on which l Is. located;;

c, Crabtree cottage after con.lderabl.wandering is known to',Hull House;' but' It was dale This property |111 Just outside of one seven-room and one three-room',,
,. in the* search, and Lotta much on ,the same order. 'The Mun- city limits, on house. Large house is lighted 'with
WESTBROOK BABY-PROTECTOR
:
,i' was' just preparing' for luncheon. roes entered-heartily'into the life of .is two-story and cootainsefghtrooms, electricity, has toilet and kitchen sink;'
The other members of the family the people about them. Mothers with all plastered and hard oil finish, two small house also has sine and toilet

,y had lunched. .The former<< actress had babes ,in arms would attend the porches, fine well and large barn. will sell this as a whole or separately.
been in town and"as the life was entirely dances and other' entertainments{ and This is well located ,
This house located on a flve-acre property will pa
I' ,ONLY $1.50 sad.$.200.:, Can be used any place. care free,' each 'Supped' when Mr.. Munroe told.me that they would tract, with beautiful view of the city 10 per-cent on investment if..rent .

' Call it suited him, and there w4s no"-cere-: put their babies' to sleep in a row on and lake. Land I.1 adapted, to citrus Price of both houses $2,000, I'
and them '
'( see at mony attending' it.. 'Lotta was,,'delighted a mattress spread on the 'floor in a fruit and trucking. This property can
I r to have me:"'for-luncheon'In; comer Jof the dance hall. One night be had for $3300 on very favorable No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres,;just

KISSIMMEE' FURNITURE any event she said so, and looked the I. two i of' the women "got their babies term Will introduce customer to short distance beyond city limits on \ i
CO.Low part. After, she/ was comfortably mixed and ,, each carried the "other's owner and let them deal direct. Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid/;J
seated before the board we began a home before the'mistake was discov high! school, churches and market Prices

i conversation which rambled along ered. Some recent novelist ha made No. '463 $4,000.-A beautiful six- $30.00 per acre. Term. on part Il"d'1' ,J'.
delightfully''and to. nowhere in, I par use of the incident room neW and up to date asbestos sired. i i,
ticular. Lotta told me of her:early The Housekeeper's Club i* a flour- rood modern conveniences, f
r experiences in the West the hardships -* ishing organizatlonor&anized"''' by bath room, toilet two lavatories, hot No. 437-We are offering some verv' ;wl

encountered by the early actors Mrs. Munroe and christened by her and cold water, cabinet mal.tel. electric desirable'resident lots, located threeblocks ;'

and also' something, 'of the fabulous husband. The social and literary life lights. House furnished ,complete, Including from Court House, on nice hip:
; Round Trip Rates returns that they sometimes ran of the village revolves about the piano. Nice flower and shrubbery elevation for$300. Alley in rear of all*?

on 'durlntr the boomdays: then she Munroe homeland they have settled in yard. Large lot. fronting 147J these lots. Cash, or short time Let,'"

1 talked of her horses, particularly)' of down to a life of calm content, suchas Feet on Verona street extending back us show you these lots. : ,

r. VIA t Nut Boy, who 'was as. individual a* few ever reach- 117 feet ; eep. A splendid home, de- No. 801-An attractive borne in Pine-1

: any member of the familyrecount- Mr. Mnnroe's books are good sellers lightful location. Term can be arranged dale. This property is just outside of't

ATLANTIC COAST LINE ing his races and the money" he had and he has been a prolific writer on half of purchase price. city limits, on high ground.' House Is*
earned, and lastly Lotta 'talked of having turned out an average her'profession; the:changes .that the more than' a book a. year'since he Let us show it to you. plastered and bard olf finish' two-

;' r" :,? ' FROM KISSIMMEE day times actors had brought theirtalents and of, salaries the present and tookup; literature_in the. wilderness. No. 309. Splendid new 6-room house, house porches is,located fine well and large barn.:.. This

\ardaman 'and Watson. lust inside city limits fine deep well!I on a five-acre tract
: '}:t 41.65New York and Philadelphia. Sold daily, limit Oct. 21st prospects. She pronounced Elsie contains of goodnew with beautiful view of the city and
Janis the most talented actress' of I was once the bearer of a me-, lot two acres ground, lake. Land I.
adapted to citrus
:s" $37.66-Baltimore and Washington. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31st the time and predicted a great future -' sage from Tom Watson to James K. barn, wagon and buggy" sheds, all and trucking. This property" can trait b*
Pine location
fence.
A Vardaman. Mr. Watson had under good new '
\ f',1 t. $50.lf -Chicago, Ill. Sold daily, limit''Oct. 31st for her. One of Lotta hobbieswaspainting. vigor- ranch had for $3,800 on very favorable terms.' t
; ? ; of her ou.ly' opposed the election of Hoke ,for small truck garden or poultry .
She was proud Will introduce "
cu.tomn 1'
r I : :. '$65.25-Denver, Colo. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31 st. handiwork and graciously promised Smith as Governor of Georgia, and this is a fine proposition where you will let thPNo h a.t.gnerr ..
I will have the freedom of the country,
his election tried
to he to
subsequent
$96.15-California Sold limit Oct. 31st to paint her own portrait and send
points. daily,
pet close enough to enjoy all the advantages '
the governor-elect from taking "
it to me as a keepsake. As vivaciousand prevent 303-Small farm msid of city'
.... such
= of the city, as splendid
i. - -- - his eat He under the impression
was
1 jr -
immortal Sarah limits.
;, ,. youthful* the. high school, best markets, churches! This property consists of a a..- '
,,' ". Excursion Rates to Various Points Furnished on Application as enthusiastic at the age of a grand that in Vardaman getting Smith had\ been.to instrumental etc. Price $1500. acre tract within a quarter of a mile or ,
mother, it was no wonder that this run Oaceola High School. Small house, Ant ''

'.J' STOP OVERS ALLOWED wonderful little woman had charmed ,"and wanted Vardaman to try to FIVE!: city lots on which is located a four-inch flowing well,, land all in culti 1
her thousand the 'footlights exercise his influence to keep Smith vation. City Is a
across building fast
'' nice five-room fine view very In
/: ; Fast Trains Steel Pullmans Dining Cars from trying to take his eat new cottage, this direction
and had accumulated a million 'for of the lake, cool breezes. This prop- ; lots will soon command. f
\ '
Y' the comfort of her green old age. conveyed the message as request erty Is located close to the proposed good price if owner should desire at anytime -
:Ili'i3 ': Vardaman,
.
listened patiently but to .
sub-divide and sell It for rest
A. ,_, For reservations or Information, call on J\earestAtlantic Flared its delivery."I electric line, on high level lots. A dence
up upon Price
. Literature in the Wilderness. at Let show this purposes. $1,600. ,.
bargain $1600.
us you t
Coast Line Ticket Agent, or Kirk Munroe the author of 35 didn't do any such a d-d thing," )
'j' property.No.
?: Y. BEAZLEY.' J. G. KIRKLAND, books for boys lives in a snug bungalow he continue "I do wish" No. 309-Fine garden and' poultry'

r t ; Traveling; Passenger Agent. Div. Passenger Agent at Cocoanut Grove, near Miami he "that Tom Watson 229-A very desirable 4-room proposition. This place contains two-
i t : '; : "' Tampa. Fla. on the shores of Biscayne Bay. He. would ,quit smashing, ants' 'with a cottage located within one block of acres, new 6-room house with porches,
: sledge hammer' and shooting snow In best in front and one side fine wil
: has been living here for some thirty Dsceola county court house residence ; artesian :
: if . birds with"a Tell him House is with j
years; escaping from metropolitan gatling gun. section of city. new, pump on porch.! Choice location
life after having served his apprenticeship that for me, please. felled throughout: city water; lot 73x for small truck or poultry farm. The '
a* a reporter on the New The two fiery Southerners 'are 1471 feet. Price 1250. Let us show land if subdivided Into lots is worth the t

York Sun and later as editor of Har great admirers of each other, Var- this cottage. price asked without any improvements.-
per's Tfourtg. People. When the daman is much misunderstood; and so We are offering this property -for
writer first settled In 'this secluded is Watson. Both are stocked to the BUSINESS LOCATIONSNo. $1.560; terms on part if desired. ,The
FREE. INFORMATION ,with historical and liter.r1lor..of town is growing this
guards in
direction and
,: I spot it was a trackless wilderness; m-We have in the heart of the
the' South and both Intensely property will enhance '
that'W.a long before Mr. Flagler, theStandard' are' Business section some very desirable invalue, very- .
P t Oil magnate, had built':the loyal to the tradition of the vacant lots which we offer for sale. rapidly. ,
'
section and each is editor and ,
East Coast and an .
Florida railway, These lots will enhance in value very -
GROWERS : there Was no communication with the publisher. Watson ha a. winter rapidly. These are a safe and profitAble ORANGE GROVE a;,
; \ outside world except by schooner to home on New River near Ft. Lauder- investment Price and full information No. Twenty-nve-acre' orangegrove
V > dale. He ,i I. a royat host and is fond """ all under
good fence.
Key West. About' once a month the to interested parties Railroad
i '1"" ('vie' make a specialty of giving practical 1 directions for the author and his wife, who was Nary of company, but his place i* so difficult runs through grove; station adjoining

management f of soil and crops,' including coptrol of Insect and Barr daughter'' of .Amelia Barr the of access that his castle of stone Nay 471-A 20-acre home. This splendid property; good school and church within '+'

F'' 'disease troubles.'* If you are a new settler, or if yoUr crops in theM novelist( made the trip' by water to In the tropical. jungle is not soften property lies'2 miles north from' quarter mile of property. AU crops ,
Key Westthe island town, and made to respond to the knock of the town is practically level, nch dark gray that can be grown in Florida do well on
,
*'
have not entirely met expectations write in detail '
past your us reveled ,for a few day in the callers; ; soil with fine chocolate subsoil; 16 acres Florida -If you desire a home in e a;
i of.your work and its surroundings.. ..' delights; of civilization.' In those t, i-.i.''- i cleared and in cultivation, the remainIng Jwrite or call on us quick ma tIu8property p

Remember there is remedy' or preventative for almost ''days of seclusion,' the mail w*..dropped BUY LAND. ,, 4 acres fenced, covered with a good will not be on the market long
f every trouble.' information which 'we, send out is based on in' a waterproof bag from an occasional Land-is the only permanent prop growth of pine timber with some scattering at the price named. This property we
steamer, and a boat,' mannedby erty. If you want a safe investments oak; about Ii acres of nice young are offering for short time for 12600.'
over thirty years practical' experience supplemented by the most i two or more lusty natives; would buy land thrifty ve in bearing besides number Will l Mil as a whole or r divided.Into two, f,]
4 careful scientific study,, 'Hundreds :of\ growers are profiting by rescue the precious parcel and bring (Stocks and bonds may melt away 'i of fine Japanese persimmon trees, part if desired. J 'j1P

this service,'but:we :want, reach a still reateT number.. The ; it ashore.' Once' a year, or once in two like,.ter--which they possibly are. some peaches, mulberries, blackberries, "T ...-

I :.. success of the growers is the, foundatl n.:'of prosperity .for the 1 years the author would pack his baggage MoneY'' in your pocket, dribbles J out two kinds of grape and a few bananas No. 415-Very 1rablij"' pl'Tol ,'"
-" through hundred holes.'Jewels are The building are comfortable, but not containing( three acresr-1ust ,outside ;
i and seek for materials, ,
4 .... entire State., ,I I.I. I which to build another< story.j He has lost, or'shrunk in value by clever imitations of great value, consisting or a box city limits( in >Ven Klsslmmeo.good ::
: And 'fo in the house of 6 large rooms, porch, several place to starts Poultry farm truck
I ': WILSON &TOOMER FERTILIZER .CO. one of the first to. penetrate the ; ;'as ; saving or '
; Klondike region at another- time he sock or bank--it"is' of Jittl.' vail to outbuildings such as grain houses, tool garden. churches and school. :

. Mauufactarers:of, :: made circle of, the globe, at the. hoard up money 'when, year by )year and wagon sheds, stables ete. One A Clr0 Let M* .how-' TOil
a. this lot '
J and value'Is .squeezed deep artesian well and on. surface well.
'more
more put
IDEAL FERTILIZERS and of his publish
request expense
k ' f
This land' adjoins the finest
.
'. the. Harpers, and from'' each 'of of the dollar. ; orangegrove E
ers
,
, '. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.' his :sojourns he brought: back mementoes Money, goes down a* prices 'go'up, in the country,"growing on the No. 381-A 20-acre tract located on'
", ". .' 1., ...2.i" that decorate walls .of his The gold mines of the world are pour.. same kind of land. All kinds of crops marl road.two miles from depo' 00.'
T:i. : L. I den and; with' each article is'a\story ing their bullion into the mints by grow encouragingly on this land and it St. Cloud road.. Property has good
1.. which the author takes pleasure in scores of. millions.a year; More mo- .is the.prettiest place for a home in this house and three-acre orange prove In
;... ney means-' cheaper money just as section of the country.- There i II a fine bearlnlr. This rove will
I// relating. With all of its present day 71.ld'trom.,;' i;
v ... '. theideal more potatoes mean cheaper potatoes. line of'forest trees on'the outside of 1000 to 1200> each.
F quiet th."Munroe; home .is:; not r
It Your hoarded dollar' shrink in pur- the fence, with a beautiful palm insideof year, Huffl o
,spot, for'1iteriiy' pursuits thatit Increasegrovet
:, ,t .l ; .' '. i -Miami chasing power'even while you look at the yard, alsosome, thrifty cedar cultivation twelve
'''' ." .'> ,, ...' was at one' time, .for has trees, -magnolias live oaks and
", .
''" -I maples * fifteen t
and & and
.Y' ,,). come to be a favorite resort In -win. it-'it buy less less of the things several] other varieties 01'81. at same Lime can !
of shade '
;'>"f :;" .' I " ter, and no one.ever thinks ,of -visiting of real,valuejorr'which'' men' and women and ornamental shrubbery and flower trees. yielding u in search of any garden truck desired.:, r
'toiL, .. i property that will i ing,
Miami without,making trip to
a
: .-, .' .:" R. 'S. FLOYD' : 'the 'author's,home., ,The daily.visita .Save your money; .if you'\n: "sptre of We this want land to and introduce let you you buy to direct.the owner!,You .,.results extending, this fall. and at all timashlle

,, became anything from the grievous expensesof new grove, ioveatliraiothl. ,
entire
'ffl .. I' ., tions daring,the season can buy it at a bargain and on favorable This
'" T ,'. " -: J' .' so troublesome1 that Mr, Mun a, decent .livetihood'and: then, if of payment has property I. convenient ,to town., '
\ .' want, yoursavth' to work for term marled road ,on one. side. end <
.' '." roe built a, 'tower house,' about his you .., Price one ;
: ... windmill and' near'. the .top of; the you-buy*neL For no more land is No.458-Twenty acres located in Park 14,200.. r i

:;Jf : : tower just' beneath;the creaking and being?created population is., increasing Gardens five acres in .cultivation I Ij.
; ten No.
;;:; ., ), : ,, , groaning wings of the 'mill he. does ,- and '.th..value of available) land acres fenced fine '-Ineb, flowing well. 402-Fine20-acre' orange grave k>X ,,
G' ,, cated inside:clt limits ''
In, civilized countries rises ) close
constantly toscbopl
."k.J re'er undisturbed
\ ? '. J his work. Here he is This is conceded to be the belt tract In and churches., This ,
: R a,, ', ; with the increasing demand and thediminishing property .
and the of.the novel \"work t
activity: Park Garden, owned by a non-resident,,of
j" f forty, acres' of land .acEHf'
", < '.: ; . until he 'is"ready, to .value' of ,..coin and bank twenty '(
desires
t );1" I shop 'goes on Who to sell. We will furnish'which
is m
\ bearing
.' His notes..;.: : <. orange and gcap.-t j,
C' c' quit., Formerly it (was not 80 with owner's address and 'you can'
,1 yon fruit
trees
ten '
when ; acre additional cleared 1 ;
/The'.day'is coming, perhaps, )
that
: veranda
d" out on a deal directly with him. The I I.
1 t, :. : ',T '. ,Get,ear price*,oi; .; extended round the.dwelling. Without . land :win .no longer. De a commodity and term can bee secured price attractive on- ,tarn and in two cultivation; Rood five-room cot-;( i L
; deep well.. 1
I' for-investment speculation. It will This ;Is an ex- ii
to the ; the'I of purchase <0'1
regard proprieties price desired.
' :: would' his belong' to society*s a whole; Before part fn "VJ location, where yon will have -,'
HAY TRAIN( FEED, .- I visitors' find 'and 'enter'' ,
: Y; : ; : ; place and locating him through 'the that' time (comes, society will have No.:458- Ten \t acres \djoining'i ;' city advantages.freedom of Possession life';with ',city Ii',
,< cut Off the'!profits of; speculators bytaldng'th. can be secured ;
window at work would' 'stand and limits, on the Orlando hard road. , Land on '. short notice.
{. ; ;{ ,which w.ads 'specialty' guest him with such' curiosity tbat.th..author' . unearned increment 7 'of is. cleared,/fenced and ready for'the See this propoe1tlop'before

; f' J r.i' ,, .. 'would '''quit. his pen in real estate for;communities; that plow.'Th. elevation is' high' 'Iultable'for part pal'Chaaln., Price, fB., OO.;.t.rmul.... j I,:

. .. .. despair.. 'First and 'last he was the created' ,it. . ? citrus fruits .and ; trucking. This';, ,:
Ji unintentional auditor of='many-inter But meanwhile, the bIC'Jfellow. are property will soon be available for re .; :..t
,. esting observations regard to himself grabbing' the land and, the': profits, Ident purpose, as the city is expanding No. 468-Ten acre farm located thre ', l'

.> Near the foot of the lawn that knowing that"they have -a lure thing. rapidly ,A, bargain at '_1200.00.. :. miles from postoffice, under' n.w' bogs; .
.)1. .', OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt cover, part of the' distance between And see this 'suggestion to the little '' proof wire fence, two-room cottage.

'J '{ ', '. t m '. the' bungalow and the' bay".i*, a cold I feUow..Edltorial: ,'MinneapoV.' Daily y No,' 4b9-.-Five levee Inside city;cleared fine ,artesian' well 'of water,' 880 feet : '
: ..i.a.Una.
soN. .
'A.;
Nr
,. : : N.w..Au&,21.. 11l12i ., fenced deep between
and
: spring ;-whose waters ,come 'up. from ;! plowed; ready' for cultivation. , ? five and six acres clear/
tO ... C
. : .
\ rtJ v ...... .
' '
the twisted roots of a'mangrove tree; This tract i Ia near the Anltman, "*. 75 head of poultry and furniture In
., 'r \ .., I a., the i SitncfMl' L ,; farnv on high ground. $1000,00 'tthe ''hous with ,
tLr The author.- hollowed 'out spring Residme L' takes I It"'No :! goes the place;,all for x
.
and 'made it !of. .sufficient abe for ;;\ .. . $800; terms on part **. purchase, price
?
bathing purposes,, and, here. he takes No *<53-Fine, larger. vacant; corner 443-Ten acre* (located I in;Park,'If.-delired.I t I
:: > i KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. < his morning dip. One day>a pairof I lot. 80x147.feet, close to lake. Splendid Garden, all under good new fence, land j. J

: tourists from the North-.Were being location good neighborhood. We' plowed, fine flowing welt' All ready to ''No.: 47S-We have :two 'eight-room;, sk
. in -offering :this '!'large lot at the get on and start a without de-> ,houses
1/ , driven over;;the country : 'a are very crop any suitable for rooming or board=
;';.j\d; 'J.r' . .. hack, by colored driver.. The negro low price'of $400 cash' '' >H.'M, Break ay.' -We can offer this ten :'acres' with 'mg'purpose; they hate electric lights. '
\ f"" .#' drew. his at .the ;Munroede er.:'& Co.- ,J.':Y.'+ ,,. : -l -tf", the above for the same w ter and aewer connections located
t .. ij 1" ". ,"!.?Rough and DressM,:.. home of Kirk.:Monroe; d.., noted : '. for that unproved land Is being sold In splendid resident section. Cation i us, p

if :;' .. oIJ au''.' rt and :yonder" is, de spring' wherehe l New:;Houses. in this tract. Our price' 1000.0o.Terms d we will show them to'you..Tb.rices .
"
,", !t .. ..''. -takes his bath very' mawnlnVJOn on part if desired. ., use reasonable iasv.
t! Yt i terms /
; of the passengers seemed irri-Ib I We have several desirable new houses. i ;
*
*
\". ''r.; ".. .Ii .I :.p..1'N.. E" i'd UMBE: : R I; toted at th. stop.. '"Drivon! ?; drive under construction which we are offerIng '
; .M4(. +
a, $.. : : for sale.' 'All, of these bouses '
"
.
are
'! ,i,11: r' . .'" ,. .. ... on, he commanded.' .'Nner'beard. ofhim.1. II. IBRIMKERW; ; ,
,
'"'L"', "' "'I'' ''; :'" .,.,J.;' ('>>, ', . ..! '''':;:';'. '"'''{''''; ..- ? ,. : .1;, Int desirable,i locations :: Secure or.. of II > ; ; I
: ''t-
: I 1- 1 .,I ..(r1', : <',.;lti?;,'. 1'N'R\ . 'W" ; <-1' I'.. >Mr4M .w ,w bt"\" 1>; "j. ,I .' The other'. seemed. .iia'., ABM** agree. .them than will for be;next asked winter for them at a 1 lower late?'hi prier h.1e&8GD. .,. ,' .,. , .. I'. ": ,', .
..** .* satta. rVftw*' home, \.>, .. .. \
(& '..1.-: ........ t. '" ." .
I '" .N( ftlLLSvA5SPECIALTYi: \ ; i' *ay T"bln-oir. . ,, ;; i. . r. ,. i4tl-"J: J .v. 'J&' 0 ''''f
" ''c' i] Mt .... kt'i'l .' YL
,; i-j- .fyr' /; in.v r > ,J1 \;! =\ It..... 1J;' ,'if: -1//h. i ."" j. ., ,. :by,1 t .' 'i:
"L>' ?"I (/T.'C:' ; . '. ; L I JAe.t .. tM ,, ', Adveieerlaf, Ie r the fej A >r WI'. 1 ; .; '.I .......,...... .,. T'' 1t...

.r, deft...to' .1 i. .. He sw.t* aIwan ....... .***SSSSVo ,*' i
: .
J: .y. . { ..". '" .r1 ,V." -A. it. ,J j_", .
cfA .. .' '
\ 1'
\" i 5
3 n M
i 1.{ s: i'
Jy' NAP
't- "Kf y' '



*f. ,.<,




.
?1Io I'\\
.
r ..
&I&.A'f .1.J.IJ.'I.11.! THE ,KISSIMIIEI GAZETTED '
VALLEY ,
.. , -. '" PACE S,

Holy ; ; -iud*,.-ctI"'y'-- ;religious'as. it .is, the I : 'ii r r 1 !!!!!
.
-J.
I -i ? ,W ; -. -'..., or thersouLJisnor; Its; sdeaoi. : \ ; r .

laaIed, psychology; 1"\1" I
: pe >ifiDanciineDervishes: ; As the' subject** miskd. .Is 'wholly. .' '.' .oJt." v. I

, under: the'dictation "of- the objective. I.
I q ,W -r' mind,'yon- earl at .onee', peroeive how : : B'ANV' \ I
CITIZE'N8' :
;, :SdWfnWC.RBAftONS FORTHE PHENOMENA PRODUCED Ma8llll&ry.it;: is that .,the 'object!**. ; ..,:* : .. :: .
.
mind elicit be 'well Intol'll1ed..i11 ord.that .* : '" .
rt PRIMARILY BY: REUGIOUS: HYSTERIA,, .the psychic, phenomena atoll' be ,, .,". '0I \ ,, ." . .
"" ' reasonable. In order that this, It"" ... IF'V'! ,'" .
) may:
-- ,, ., ; .
I"
ju 'HI ti a.SennonDeIi.er be perfectly, clear'to the uninformed I \ .Ji.flo: ''" ,"' r'I .I 'I' L 0'' < ", . . ,,-If,'' .' ,
An & : d at the Baptist Church Sund y, ,1 will say that thsubjective :

Sept 8, by,the Pastor, Dr. A. J. Holt.. mind especially' in relig ; "
r ; ,
ious matters is subject to self hypnotism : : I. ; v.r

., That II a state wherein:. the I : SEIsrM:4EE.: : : ,11J 1rC
,tv'r, '' subjective mind' isin''the'ascendent, 1.J:
,
.Text ,'Cor. xiV:88-40. "Where- all : ,
I.
; ,similar proofs.that. accompanied and the body swayed completely by .., .. ' ','
ion brethren covet' to prophesy and the.,. : ; .
tl'I-\ Gift of Tongues in the apostolic its dictation; unconsciously- In order OJ
: forbisVnot", to speak with tongues: let "
age. for the body to.be under the dictation
.. . .
:all tlna be done decently and, in ;r. ."
e, History :>f Religious Demonstration; -of the Subjective mind; it must 2

r I "order. ;' At regular intervals in the history be hypnotized.; Self-hypnotism is:
J will be noticed that the Injunctions ,
J/ It -
.
of religious movements remarkable that state ofr! the mind, .when .religious /.
the
of this text comes at conclusion'of
the
ideas dominate
completely
: lengthy' discussion of demonstrations have been .dl.played.. p :,t! {
whole the is
body, judgment no lodger
In the earlier days of the nineteenth
t' Spiritual gifts set forth in L Cor. century of the, Christian era these regnant; the 'will under subjection fJI :.
12 and 14. These words are
chapters!
the preconceived ideas left on 'it':
demonstrations' were more frequent ;
of the entire cub ject.
l the mminp
the subjective mind by the objective+
than at other The
any period. great 1'
It will also be observed that the gifts
r mind will be carried-out' to the letter
Cumberland Presbyterian church had
of prophesy.,and that of tongues its So if the' objective mind' has
birth in the Cumberland .Moun
'proceed from the same source-to--sub-' .
been 'convineedthat 'to":speak with '
tarns, under the stress of great, demonltr.tlonB,1
ends and are there-.
serve the'same would tongues should be done, the body will th 1,
;, People swoon
fore in the same dispensation. Con under the control- the: j ,
undert excitement
religious
away aublect1ve
then if one .of'' thes. giftsmay '
clusively
with, t
mind speak tongues.
This was contagious and all other denominations
.. 'be received at this time so were more or less infected ' ideas of ,the objective mind left on .
;-may the .other. 'It is now conceded subjective' mind Is to roll on the "
with it. The'Methodists, especially
by all ',people save the Mormon. and ground, the body under the domina \\00
c tn'rural districts ,were the :
., Christian Scientists that the gift of first to be subjected to these unusual tion of the subjective mind:will roll

prophesy ceased with the days of the'Apostle. demonstrations, the jerks. In the on the.:ground.. And,so another. demonstration \ ".,
. _. dispensation
Tht the prophetic unreasonableor
however
;: great camp meetings at this time'itwas .
'preceded the dispensation for under conviction queer or silly- will be done in the qa
customary people "
Cf..ocace, and was to introduce it, and ,- to first swoon' away'and same wayAn ''ordinary' hypnotistcan t
v4my=.it).when.the !dispensation of take dozen eon the
a persons
then when recovering, go;into relit "r / ...
.
is almost if not
,ceased. It
prophesy ious ecetasies with the "jerks." They; stage, and have one praying, one :
that theprohibition
quite generally understood last had not the' least control over their dancing,' one shouting, one singing
of John in the chapter with
actions, but.-would jump and jerk in one rolling one speaking
of the Revelation that no one aU sorts of ways. I have-seen forty tongues one prancing' around the
'. ; should add to o; take from the prophesy people all.at one time jumping'andjerking room on his all fours; one standing

of this book, without incurring and falling and -wallowing, un hi* head in fact any.action.which. : ,
the penalties' attaching thereto. The and screaming at the top of their the human body IS capable can be

k' Mormons, and Christian Scientists voices and vtb'e wildest confusion performed.-'end has been performed
only claiming that this is yet theprophetic ,almost while'under hypnotic.power.-. I have -
supervened, everyone;: present ,
So .we have linCalifornia.
dispensation. friend now" livinar
a personal
being more or less affected. It was
the Book of to beeadlaateer revelation Eddy'sworks almost Impossible to be present, and ,, an educated "Christian:
claimed not-'to be affected.>. It was all] gentleman a teacher< and a demontstrator .
given us by Joseph Smith, 'and in psychology and'a memberof -
claimed 'to have been'' by the
Mrs Eddy. of equal authority.' Soinvolves of the Holy Spirit.' Similar power phenomena the London Society of Psychic R- I .. ,. It.!
'
the gift of prophecy. That gave ''rise- toe the Shakers search, whom I have seen perform all ORGANIZED t APRIL, 1910

M ,that in atmo.p. Sift of TonguesClears whose demonstrationswere that; .of these demonstrations. He could put ; r

the a e as it certainly shaking ,as with the palsy; alllO '.the the Holy Rollers tae shame at their .

requires' a different authority warrant than Quakers, whose demonstrations 'was 'own game if I should so speak and :: ., ... ( ;'" .' '.. ..
t the present scriptures to' much like the Shakers only the have a docen persons rolling, all over ..' t'' ; "" '' ' i7'v .
I'-t'L .
\} To entrust business ./ '"i; .
,
It also involves banking -> : *
this "Gift" at this time.' would, quake rather that the floor and the Holy Spirit would ... your . ., I
the "Gifts of Healing'" such Quaker to do with .' . ... ,," '
\ The Dunurd. 'were in .like have absolutely nothing .. ; : '. >.
as curing leprosy.; small-pox, typhoid manner'affected.' .' In Europe the it. If (there' is1' any'doubt ''that this .t. to us means that ,you; .will.receive'f ;., / ,
and By -simple touch, I, to bring Dr. I' \I ;"
fever, at once ,"Mad Men, of Munster" attracted can be'don ;; engage .
,j__ and! iit;",( yes also the railing of the universal attention by, their,extravagant W. R. Price''to Kissimmee,' and he a everyconsideration consistent with ,. '.. f-'I,' ;' :,. i

dead:e. rhJst;j demonstrations were' the cwKlentiaBAorChristlsmity ,then. In Salem, Mass!, It took the form the Tongue ''people by persons now +f', good sound"consevative banking., ,: '
i
the Mormons .
.
Including
Let: these people of "Witchcraft" at least ,it was so living in Kissimmee, who do' not "
Christian Scientists. Dowieites of' but /I ', ; I, ; , .. t
called others. ''The1 thus know anything psychology .
then by person ''' '" ly ,' edo "
Ae do'these ,things whose moral honesty will be attestedby ; :. ( '
; 110W'rand' affected would have fits and fall into t '
ask us to believe Paine the fire or water or anywhere the every one that Vpows 'them.. ,Of e' '. 1. \, ,c -- ,,' ,::1 '
out a system of religion that could not have such a man ." 4' . "'J\ ; ,
'thought spell him her. They course we \ 1z :
came over or
he claimed>toM ,far superior" toChriatianltYJ' would frequently fall down and rollover come so far for us, without paying ARTHURE.'UONEGAfr.:" I'rosdent= W':. SMITH;';CuWes>, ,; '

and submitted the) same and over for'- hours at a.time. his way and ,those interested would ,, .
so it is claimed have to do so. He' lives, in. Long : ' '" ;
As is weir known the authorities attempted .f. .
F and Ifffyouoane to have crucified remark- to crush it out by punishingthose Beach .California, and 'is the president . :': : > / :.,, .. Directors 'V, '"..' '". \-

ed in,defence of your religion yourself and then who were were actually thus.put affected, to ,;death Hundreds ;; of' of.the that Society.of place and Psychic also a simi Research ',"''ARTHUR:; E. PONEGAN, Pre.ideat 'H. M. Pfans/l.t Vice President : ,5: '
'f""
'
after three days manage to rise from the thousands .were Imprisoned., -This .society in 'Los. Angeles. This ",.'. \ C.'W.: DANN 2ad Vice Presldeat ; ', 4'i: ''i;' ' ,. .'
_% #the 'dead, you can' ,.come before punishment by law seemed only to scientific .:view absolutely explains ... "- vVs.'t.+ ; : ,. '' <; .

>:!t people with some reasonable claim" aggravate it-. At last ,Boston awoketo all the phenomena of the Holy ..Rol A.. W: WINK L. H. COHOON ',FW, HILL :: ,C; D.CARROLL' "..' +
y that they shall accept your religion. the injustice and, cruelty she was let and also, of the Pentacost. : peG-
If however the days of the gifts of practicing on a really-unfortunate ., ' .. ,' < ,

: prophecy ceased so then and.healing the days. rff Ace the, have gift all class punishment of her citizens, "witchcraft., and abolishedall 'But I. pie.While I pursuing visited my Egypt'studies some of years psychology Vans'Agnew Crawford. ,. Attorneys,' pass'upon.the tills to all real estate loans.happy1,1 ;.

ru; Gt tongues has also ceased.',' .They this very same witchcraft bore every, ago. and ,there made a study of the '.
iii stand or.fall together. Rollers. '' Dervishes, I
the scripture conditions mark ,of the modern "Holy Dancing' and Howling ....
Let us consider The people usually affectedwe, saw those people going through precisely .
Gift of Tongues i ,
of this afflicted this -these demonstrations of the "
record.a; might say. by religious the same
1.'. .The first instance on of demonstrations, been Holy 'Hollers. 'They whirled around ' but If you put TOur 'tru.tIQ for. Sale.
the
Day
w that which occurred' on, such people aa yield most readily to stretching out 'their' hands 'for the Jesus Christ, and try. to do his,will, .. . .'

Pentacost. emotions of 'any sort and people who blessing, until they became psyche you are all, right,, whether you' fee '
There-were gathered at Jerusalemat lack general intelligence. Their logised and then fell over and rolled or not. < Splendid team of mares, 6' and 6'' If vra .wish to bayAutorrtoij: an

this time "Devout men out of every preachers have never fn one single ingloriously on the floor. -These people harpy with the injunction of ;the years old well broke kind and gentle ,. ,, ,
< nation underheaven," Acts 11:B. ntancel been> men of marked'intel were practical heathens.' They apostle "Let all things be done decently also wagon 'and double harness.; Enquire -,< ., ': :

,Fifteen different ofrtheircitizen [genca Not one 'single educated knew nothing of the Bible never saw ) and in order. of Nelson Realty Company, John:' ;
badncoome 'T
seated to have scholar. among them. They have no oneknew absolutely nothing of the 8uwtT '' \ { . 8."alI.I. JkV-tf ,., "
present. They had come up literature; no organization: :, .''They religion of Jesus Christ and so were .\ : ', ," '-) '... ". r." f'" i'-."
to; Jerusalem to be present'at the are' in no ca: e"permanent' anywhere. not baptised by the ;:11011. Ghost; and '
Passover and let us hope also that They came with a tent create excitement yet they performed the same,,things Or have your setomebneGRIFffMS ,
they had' been, providentially so .cU- among the illiterate,.gain- their that those do that claim to be under

reeled so as to provide for the early converts, from the --churches. It' usually the sway of the Holy Ghost., While :'
and immediate spread of the gospel.Spiritual. dies out as rapidly*,it takes I 1 was.a missionary,, among the 'Wild '" Repaired'
I Christianity had Its great place.. 'There seems to be no way to Indians thirty-five years ago; I witnessed :

at day. ,The record prevent its demonstration. 'It is not practically the same phenom ,
\II thatWhen the day of .Pen- amenable either'to reason nor to revelation. ena. I went one day to Koch Ko"" 'TURPENTINEBUSINESS W

.r. ..tMOlt'Was full come' they were allK .. They claim to\ be perfect camp, and they,were "making medi .C. ten -
"in'one accord in\ ne\pl\ and that'j and being' possessed of this infatuation cine for rain. They were seated in .
suddenly there carte a sound a,'of a 'those not perfect stand no' a circle; waving their bodies backward : '

K' 'mighty wind andUt filled all the chance* to teach them. They do-not" and forward,'' swaying, themselves : id ; ,J ...; :
:place where they Vwe! sitting 'andappeared' attend< the churches. They claim to and droning a' monotonous FOR"S-ALE-: \' :'"> .
,: ..
them cloven and the invoking the Great > .
there un be better than the preachers tuna They were ( G R'.1 (
tongues lIke as of 1and it'sat up- people of the churches, whom they Spirit; for rain.'' They had absolutelyno ... I r ./,tf.. /\ : .. .
'' .on each of them and -they were all claim: to be dominated by' -fashion, knowledge of the Bible, or,r.fJesus. i J) ' : .',''" "& I),I ,

filled ,with the iHoly. Ghostand' bed, folly 'and money.They 'sr.'by'no Christ' .or' of Chrilltla Yet. "J'( ,,y 1\ ; .
jgan r '\4 .speak with other tongues as means an unmixed evil, ' They were savage heathens.. ,. , N.' .1, i 'J Ji }JoI

....: .,Spiritsglvethem>utterance."" . Whereinsoeverj; ] declaim they; in common with all nations, believed '' 'd; /: I
k._ -ths. aIn -this instance ..we have .as the frequently ,they do, : against, ,sin asthey ;; ,in,.the.Great"Spirit. .They j.... SOOOA eres: Land sad,r.b 'M'a.t"' \ :,., 'I.r3,000 : I "- -- :.... _,, ..
r
.Inauguration of Christianity as a vttal against any manner" of wrongdoing; thought they could 'make! medicine! Acres Road Tuber,: \- :.:1: ;1 ,,' ,IY ',i ) :'1" ', .

all conquering force in the..world wherein' 'they'' call 'on.'people ,to. be I as.they"'called ,it, and the' Great .e.rBaa ; .:; .;..:..'., '
tins' demonstration would be compelled to send the 70,060 V. ,.,,' j ., "n/, ,., . .
i ', unprecedented food,- to "cle n 'uP." to. quit their Spirit .'.'' ., jV "" 1'1' " C': 8J1 JC
irvlng as the proof of the claim orI. meanness,' each-such: call is good and needed rain: While they were growing 140.0e0Tw. Tear;Boxes ': ,t"V ., ' \ :. $
., '
then
divine.The :
I., ks new religionto be wholesome made by whomsoever. frantic in thelr'earnestne.. '85oeoTIare ..: "f '''"'" :''' y' .
Srld',and the.new' church' HeededSTUBS will be ad. arose a cloud.' It. waa 'reported to I .earxes, "
+ Religiously it not to the 1 .
..
',1 "" '
mountain top'experience which vantage; of any, the performer and their demonstrations \ 24,000 Four Year'Bies,".. ::,"\I'; '. ,;, 'i'' : \ "'t
been.repeated In allot! itsrditails createadissatistaa .Increased.They- grew more l'J "P B*.tPayteg Proves,: .
"
i .
has never ; '
meetings.They" ,40,060 RT Year Boxes. tYDweBI ., .fI. ? ,-I. ,
since that time. Let us. noticen Ion against all' the recognized and' rates and actually cut themselves ", .; .,11','. ., '" ':l in Florida .
.tje' in detailt-- 1. It was Instrumentalities of" with stones -like the Prle.u1Of Baal .' J . '. '. --
phenomena .organized '
permanent .
., : ; .
50Skaat.es ,, '
; "
thundered
it .
i., Christianity'. They build up, before EUJah. :At last ; .. ; : S'.A'
:
: .f \
: LIJ
2.It was accom- went and'rolled on theground "' : ;: ,
8ea 1621. nothing+ ; 'They tear down' and do not and over they' '' . 1 .. ,
'certain
\
; uUd. 7 ; ) "
,
Fixtures '
Station's/1 'The'hdemonatratlol : ,. Holy Rollers.' 25-BbL Stfflsad " <, I ,' .
.
(1) ion. ..There were your GI\OVII.JtiIj
\ p ( ; ., . ' [ORANGE ,.
... ''at sound.:, .An actual sound as of a Scientific, Reasons for, ,These .Now,far be'It from me to say that' '.a Pup sad ftjbr" : ; .' \ t;' I'r<'.I'.u', :jmri .f. ,-". I.,':. ,, : . .
:: hty ,wind.: .Like'a'reritable' (tern.! : ..Phenomena.U .' these """ .., ,\ .'f ., 't. LAMM, DCROWING-- ._ TO .'.
a' ;.t.\' ; is ail satisfactorily explained by thoronnghly "in earnest 'and ,conscientious. 1 Cooper Sep" itid.Xeeb ....,.,;.;.....'.' " '.. .'J, .d., .,' ,* ORANOift ;

;, (2)) The demonstration of sight.'lerif . the principles .of, the New Psycho .- They attribute "however, 8 Miles3t : . :, '" <' '
'r to ,them: :cloventongues their' extraordinary\*, actions,! -1.f, ., I, Then is ,
appeared ; ogy.- Thil has only',of' late years Hones; ; ,.".. beset dri eiylr"\ ;
f like as of fire. taken its I the recognised Holy Spirit's power;when it Is purely . -
place_ among .' -r ", t,".' ", acter W lead Ilse ..t.t ,
: '. ss a t'
detagpstrationof feeling '. matter of psychic.phenomena.-i .3.Wairoat'and Harness . ,. \.
{ ; , (aJ) The sciencesi s>t .;.... .. t ': "
i '
shaken I ' ;: .1 .. "<\ '* -thesly..1ir .... ,
:
fbv : .
!,I. Acts IV81.t; house was' The science recognises>the duality 'This\ is-a free-country. aD 'ID .3 SadUe sad Bridfc. -j. 'fl'jrfBREAKER .
> where they were sitting.xi ." of,the human. mind. The objective' favor religious,liberty. :Therefore > _'" 'a. ten yatf drew ;iiMt..l r

: ? ;*((4)i')(. demonstration' of )know and' subjective hind.' The objective ' these people-.can go into all ,sorts of 2 CesusiHairies sad Stockj.ca.; .,I'I aa acre:.ei.real oraa e...h4i. j"" .

'' tJ i ge. Each. ..representative'.of: those ,Intellect and relatel extravagances and think_really 'sadFiv'eMik.elWire.R.R. ; \ .tW. .Sigh',Aat, caa'.M' Jat
,,1It a differentlanguages under us to 'the" objective, world think it religious ;"seal,' and the ,I. Yeleph.1ee,4'.. ."' .. l - .,,", ., 1 .", ... .. ; .
r wuj.'what! each one-who spoke>with through the ;five physical senses, Holy Spirit's power. They imagine $ .at'. gods. 1 7'

f ,..tongues'said .in his,own .,native 'ver3 seeing hearing, tasting,*smelling and they are perfect, and pity us who are t 'c.e;. f OUtioti t os' tU Mil liae; 'of Us'A.: 'C11 Lof : ,0 < .1 $ ....... i'..' '-- 1"J' ,
....
only on their-way:to .M _
not. They
naeuJar.', reeling.-' 'The subjective mind relatea are ' 'I
!1No.'I'aubmlt: r.hit unreasonable; us to ourselves,,not 'to the objective heaven while we are on ,the other, HaMjlscatioi't:4g: : d ..1..s'keep; ,,: ,

'",at'wr shall ask.that those-who' now world.. 'Religiously 'the subjectivemind road. -So .as I remarked..it U a deH-j: Platt ,Iaberen;' plenty el laber'ieesv'the;; I,, BUcvJJE'L'S'!. : .. ; ;' J< "i''t"I '; '.
by the is eate -thing to be able to reach them. '
eIallll to speak with., tong the soul., But we' are now .Th.'Fruit' ,
'>>bw.r'of- the Holy Spirit shall pro- dealing with', this from.-a sciehtiflestandpoint. Being under-the sway of religious place.' ,. Land. -" Man'KISSUiilEE ; ':,.

.' .idpce+ the "same .demonstrations of ." & ad.so'' will .use scientific. emotions, they may do anything their ," _W. offer tWa.b.n.'f. ril. sea' ice y lays, :- ,. FI.oIBA, r"
did teach them.' . ,
emotions .
religious
their claimed divine authority,as nomenclature. .may t
"t tkosa who spoke with tongues on this The subjective mind controls the So.in reality they are not to'be depended f or'$10.00" .|Kr.acre.taclBdux: ,.everjtainf. ktkis -'

Say of Pentacost .U they are under" notions,- functions and sensations of ;as. moral upright good: '' ,. . ., . . . '
the same dispensation may they -not the, human- body It is as it were the citizens; 'the"Telleioua' ; emotions sckedo1a \ :. . .. -
c be ,able ,to produce the /aatae demonstrations lynamo ;of the body; the hand- that and their teachers ;i should deters'-dif* '' V ':- : ', ;

?t''"Historical*, th 'gift o?' controls', this, dynamo' I.the objective' Cerently.' 'Somepeoplertnuader! ".have; I .""} " ". I" : ,Get 7 the Habit; : : ;

tongues,continued 4-wWh didiinishing.frequency mindJ< : -w'-v same.kind) ofreligious, emotions . '1 .' -
'
/ and'' tth. dmlnismng I de-, viThe Subjective mind has no' ..brains, offered.,up human sacrifices;, That Is. .' ... .- ...... SHOKE >* .
4, 'SBonstratRns, throughout"'t** .apos- and does not'therefore reason except what oar forefathers, the Drbida;' did ; i. "; Boole'sStraight; '
f
!
folic period' then it.s,ceased : toaether. Intuitively. It .takea, initiative In.,, the ,early history\ '. of ''Engtak/L/ J .. j. 'J' > ;.
., i wholly from the obJecttientln; .. J5o That is what the Buddhists<< did when .f. > r d '''' "1'1I :-..
Intervals ,aince ti form, Its had the'.Antodef t,' r..oi, H' M:. *. CO. J t ."
Ica I M Only at/rare'' L the'robjectiveniutd con- thejr ay. '' I I .:'\ ,.. ':"" : ...:.... \ : ,CIaek
;1 'lime, ,has than been any 'clalqrf'.Uf elnslonsij! and"-.Y' 'dellllOn.tra11eeeu&17.'to ,V Our safeguard U, the ....t..I'W."j:
jWk ekV9.: jslili TI B'i. IMiMiVBABssa isUUl'ill fr t these conclusions, thesubjective God.gavalus'this'and tI' t .J .. ., ," lca 1'
\ PjUCAK jy P y l '....,/dem'l n- mind will.not hesitate loss to be ottrguMe,, 'HoIYiBi ,_ . .. ;t.' .." __ .. & III ..I IIhd'
JM.ftHWiM* ttL dMne! Orl Do make. 'I -say 'religions conclusionsprimarily.iror not a matter. of r.11".... " : r"'l Uaie L.bsa I
,. { ; the subjectivemind, U tar of_faitIL.;, st'," ... .1" ti. '. .. .,,I' ,... h.... ",
.1I.1 ; .
JI *,! .. ,ffl0I..4. !'" kt v , ..,.-..,,ai, ",*lto1Nr..I'-I'.. ;;' ( "" ... '' .." ".. ,'' .'. "1"' t tq ,- '," M't- '. '
? 'i' <
'
i ,,a.'t' ..' I' 1' r .11I .-
:), ,.fey: .".1 \ ... (.." '. ... [Ii w.J.\' ;:: rJ, '' I '- :iJ.. ..
//r ."" : "" I
n..
r h ';, v 1,!<,ii '"
"
., I
., I)
,
I Iv .. ', ;:0. (1
/
.
I' .' . ,

-.-... ', .....;.-'.;.:......... ..1Ot.! ,



T W FN

'. .' *
\ '
'
S1 '
:A it -
'Tl'AGE' I .. r !h THE' 'EISSl il.t"EE'VALLE' ; ;,'C GAZETTE.. k 'i I I't, ;

,_. ... .. S;, ..
,
-- -- .- --.. -\---- .
'&all" CAMPAIGN FOR NEW "MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF .TRADE.. John. *E. Stillman, of Pehsacola, l Dann Comes' BackFrom Market o "
.: 1 E Vey once a Republican office bolder'i.contributing la ;
A committee Appointed 'at the moat meeting of ''the Board of a aeries of articles to .

; ,. ; ,W.. a. HARRIS, .;r.ubtbher. Trade' hat made plan., for a membership contest .which: ,,.i. ).0' be inauguratednext the pleased Pensacola to term Journal the '"C on what ll'OalC he Dy.la .' With .Models the Very :Latest

'.t.'8. REESE. ,' -.' Edit.r.E .: Monday' morning to continue for two week and clo e,. the evening''' of nasty" in Republican politics. Mr . ,' .. ....... .
r Stillman le a.reformed
-now be
: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saturday:September! : 28. The rule for' the contest are printed elsewhere in has given up his Republican man office<< C. W. Dahn returned from ''New that I got the right styles j there can! ,
h that.
t ,; !'. ..Office In Valley Casette;'Buliding'. this iiiue, and the line up of the rival bands of worker. i i. given and his contributed to the Demo.. York pent Saturday Baltimore: after and throw the..,.former wreka be them.no carefully doubtabout In all the shopytuand
cratic .
campaign fund.' We. do
: y :,',_ : :>;jI':", XIBSIMMEET OSCEO.LA 'COUNTY, This ii.i a 'campaign which should elicit the active interest of every know Mr. Stillman botjhs, aeema not to cty.The, .I havt-the correct models And;l the i ladieimay'depend :,
'FJ.ORlDA'sriBsJcmYnON / have the right idea of !' greater' part 01 .the time wax : upon It. bought)
lamentable the'epubli
citizen ol{Kusimrnee, the business'men most of'all. It is but true will be another
this ,
,
spent in there duplicates
but wastime
th.shops, no ;
can machine as,it I. operated in the ,
'"' ... : 'RATES. that the men'whose'interests are molt affected by the.. progress JM/ .a community South and is evidently now trying to for sight seeing and visiting the source for satisfaction to those who?,
\, 'One 'eoPT. ,one year ,.,.....,....$LfiO generally the last to take in movements'that'' lock, the purge himself ,,of the odium of ever theaters.. Mr. and Mrs. Dann did not will buy their supplies from the Dann
part to
r' ''One'copy, six'mnoths' .....:......-.. .75 are ... having been a part of it. neglect +ithe pleasurable side--'of the Department Store. The millinery.will
growth of the town.. /' visit, and it so happened that it was be the. most elaborate' line ever
tbree'months ....,._ .40 /
On. )
qq'.re
copy AU the
so timed as to lee! some of the best brought to Kitsimmee.- s'
We believe that Kissimmee business men are in a great measure an exception : Come along with that dollar and' and ready-to.''
: models
AH communications, except from theatrical offering's the season. pattern
+ < 'our authorised correspondents must to Jhia'leneral'rule.' There is an' admirable spirit of co-operation in help the Democratic cause. The''' With a big department store to till wear.' The lower floor of thfl Dann,
I the writer. r .dYanceme't'of'the.' campaign committee recently pub with an attractive stock there was establishment will be filled with dry
be signed by Kissimmeefor, 'the' !: : .city's'growht and prosperity., :This lished the list of contributors thus work'of a most exacting nature to be goods- and ladies' furnishings
Rejected matter will not be, reEntered .- contest will afford an'opportunity'for exhibition o.f that spirit.It .: far. Get your name on the "liat. done and Mr. pann' buckled downto "I tried to play no favorites," tuna
I turned unless called for the .thoroughly the Twelve thousand individual contributions it with a will. He,was assisted in tinued Dann. "I gave the same- .,
,..,...... i is proposed to canvts ,, town and. county as:\ were acknowledged. It is the Mr.
Mrs.
. the selection: of the goods by careful to the selection of my
; ; at'the, Postofflce'. in Kissimmce ,well as it can.be in a limited time. plan to acknowledge every. contribution. I, Dann. dress goods study stock that I did to the.'
Fla., as secondclass'mail ,
? ,. matter. The Board of Trade is working for the general,''good.,> Every'new settler The third floor of the store is to suit and millinery department. I got- "
i be given up to ten cent goods and the' correct shades and combinations
Friday, September,:1912.. who -is-induced. to come. .to Osceola- "-county adds. something, "to the- materialwealth Is th..moral tone of h 'l'l'e&t na. toys..; .Itw.e..po little job to buy an and_trimmings andfurnishings.! And "
S i of the ,county. He buy. land,,or rents a house fnd lives here. The. tional game degenerating Ty Cobb entire"stock, out and out, but-Proprietor soon we'll have ,MR opening and.:giveeverybody'a .
was recently stabbed in the backhand Dann is of the firm belief that chance to see what. ,iw.>
r.ilroad'i. the first of his the hotels the ,
' .EVERY: MAN'WHO ,VOTED IN THE beneficiary coming; next; merchants "Bu 's" Raymond was killed by a he got every thing that is likely to went to market for." ,,
and the liverymen next the city and the county in the long run stare his misaile. The quer ymight be changedto be called for' In such a.stor The .
.' I'' DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES IS . read "Is it dangerous to. becomea second floor of the establishment -will "
!. '?PLEDGED: '' increment'with him. baseball idol'?," be stocked with ladies', suits and mil The man who want one of,,the best J\ .
'TO' VOTE THIS Who then should be the foremost workers in.the Board of"Trade) linery. "I bought a fine line of each: building lots in the city: on a paved

f ;, TICKET AT''' THE GENERAL Plainly they should be the business men.' . "' ..."1.... 'sa tba' icia.l._ Ga.setts said Mr Dann, while recounting the street, for $SQO, had better see, Mc
.Iwar. ..rI... ........ adventures of the trip. And_ Iknow, Kay Realty Co., at once
ELECTION IN NOVEMBER. Is this true at present? .

,r r--- Let the business men. themselves answer, '\ . \,
'
I County Democratic. Ticket ? $ 1

THE TRUSTEES.HAVE AN UNENVIABLE DUTY TO PERFORM.
State Senator
S ,'

.... ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. Capt. R. E. Rose the present ,,State Chemist and a former ,citizen of S8tf's
"' .
Representative Osceola County is an applicant ,for the position of Chief Drainage Engineerto
;. ." 1 I, H. CLAY' ,STANFORD. succeed Mr..J. O. Wright resigned
,!; County Judge 5 & 1O CENT
[. t J T. M. MURPHY. Capt. Rose is an engineer of experienced success. He hasprobably a

I ''ProsecutingAttorney, more intimate knowledge of the Everglades drainage problem than anyone, ,

r ?H.. D. GEIGER. and his identity with it dates back to the days of the Hamilton Disston drainage '

f';\;:.t .,. t H.Sheriff INGRAM., operations. He has been an authority on the subject for '. quarter of a 'DEPARTMENT s

I. Circuit 'Clerk century and 'was Governor Broward's right hand man when that executive .
,
;
,
".' ; J. L. OVERSTREET.}: was 'making estimates for starting the work. He was not officially engaged in ,Irq (THIRD FLOOR) '

t ,f.. r, Tax Collector, assisting Governor'Br ward but his knowledge of the Everglades area and '

11 '. C.Tax'Assessor':..BANDY.. !hit. 'ability- at art engineer- placed l him in the .position of logical adviser ana ,OF

W. L BARBER. assistant; ,\this service was, in addition to.being helpful given without charge

,\. Superintendent of Public Instruction or hope of reward.

W. J.. SEARS. The Valley Gazette aware of the rather delicate task that confronts DANN'SDEPARTMENT STOBE
--
K Treasurer, tee Trustees of the Internal 1 Improvement Fund in selecting .a successor ti ,

I '. 8. L.Surveyor LUPFER.' Engineer Wright.. All big undertakings of this character undergo in the be- --1 1WILL

v "' -R. H. LUDLAM. ginning a series of changes-unlil 1 a sound working basis is found. Witnessthe

"'"7 Panama Canal) and the changes which were made in the position of Chief OPEN ON

:. COUNTY. COMMISSIONERS. Engineer before the work went forward with such smoothness as to' inspire '

District No. 1, the confidence of f the public.: NEXjSEPT. 16
MONDAY
1 E. L. LESLEY.
l t,' ti .. District No. 2. There will undoubtedly be a demand to employ an engineer of wide .

. .. :. 1: .RAYMOND LANIER. reputation to take charge of the Everglades work. The-question for the R tij i

; r District No. S, Trustees to determine is whether the employment of such a man will operateas '
AND WILL CONTAIN HUNDREDS OF '
} '' .f' A, F. BASS. forcibly for the good of Jhe State and success of the project as the employment

District No. 4, of a man who knows the proposition in ell its phases. 1

'District O. R.,BASS.No. 5, The Trustees have no enviable task. No man who might be engaged USEFUL ARTICLES FOR THE 1

?; t i I FRA WALKER.: from beyond the State limits could have other than a professional 1 interest'

-. in the work.. To a thoroughly competent engineer and conscientious man HOUSEHOLD

COUNTY SCHOOL'BOARD." this would be sufficient to enlist his interest and best endeavors.,but in' view I 1-14"
:District No.'Ii''
.." W..C., BASS. ( of f recent e ent. now passing into the I history of the Everglades it is.suggestedthat \

+ A_ District No. 2.. something more than a mere 'mechanical interest in 'the success of the ,

s GEORGE ,W. 'OVERSTREET. undertaking it essential to arouse the public confidence. ,

l' District No. 8, We believe... that Captain Rose will bring to' :the. task all.;,the necessary . .\.<.
r \. r . ".,. s. W.. W. CHANDLER. h l . '' """
f, 'r' for the successful supervision 'of this ; .
I" "...I'i!' 1v " .:':}: .', ''.r K',' ,00'''< O.t',0000 0000000003"a ** . '" iii ' ' While .we will still, continue to gramw r
.. \/. 'I/*, ,. ," THE STATE TAX COMMISSION AND ITS IMPORTANT WORK. ' "I
'' 4 : 'i '"- '.' '' ISE'JL' HHHE ..".,.
', if\J.: \; CAP:: R. E. ROSE ENDORSESGAZETTE O 'I' I ,, t 'lme.of"creditf''to'' customers all other "
t 1"w, .0'"'"' EDITORIAL ON Oi our in
THE EVERGLADES. The, appointment, of a Commission by the Governor to investigate the 'L
i e .0 systems of taxation of'other"States and suggest remedies to better perfect the departments we desire to state that in the '

'.*'' ''TslUhaaaeo.. .'Fhu Sept. 9,1912' :. :* Florida I laws on the subject was an important provision made by the last ,
S Editor Valley Gazette t *, .'
.* :rDear 'Slr>-I' hate read with' Legislature
k. '*' mack 'Interest your open let 0 The Commission hat had several informal sittings and has.begun "
I upon
'ter to the Governor U refer *
'*'eaee. to the drainage of the* its work, ,The minutes of' the first formal session are printed in"this issue\of. ,5AND 10 CENT DEPARTMENT" :

.. :I.""Gladea.,.'. I approve your position. , as *0 ,: the .Gazette.. Every'citizen "should /read the conclusions t,reacb d.' ,The deliberations , . >
G :. this mOlt important public 1 have only becun'and; "there will'''be'other'sessioos'ind.. additional[ :' 1 1N
1 '*:work ,is' being ,endangered by'* ,uaae tion ;to,be laid before the next session'of: ; 'the Legislature... There are / ;0., I'
I !* the'.efforts' \
of. speculators who 0 .. I ,
.t, d..... to discredit the plan and two divisions of' the. subject which will probably;bring forth a wide'divergence ; ., ; "'

.; ,.**. laconrage the' Board by "'ex-- of opinion.' ,One,is the ieparation'of the t.x'levies.. for State"and.County. ?
,
tra.a.a"ttl..at. and' cash basis will and
of'eo.t strictly prevail ''
''" Inability.of:. . the state te handle purposes;" the, theri": theFpportionment'of'the'onemill .school'' tax'::''to the, a ,. no : 1

." '.*.the' propoaltion ..oat "braten' '* counties upon' basis-assessed vatu.bon'.in.te.d of.:average attendance.. y" ''will'' be,/ ; :
.., x .omption certainly.; ; .purchase, charged to :any; account.: ., "
"
r .: ;* ':>I. believe the 'committee 'your* The sounding sentiment t'on the ( qu .tion. 'necessary to develop the i, '

+ ( \.. f.** suggest Mte special should session be ,appointed of the legiai by-'.* preponderance !of f'opinion', Expressionsheard. ,from<< time to time.'indicate The full' line ,of goods purchased by ouir: ,

later, make,.a. preUmiaary re-,. that there will not be i ch'a difference of opinion ,concerning the .former J '

.'*.'III fata'! R'aa the soon sl.nderanow aa practical, being, to ,reP Indtecrimiaately *- ,** question there will be concerning the latter I '. <.Mr. ,Dann, while. .on his. .recent, trip to'' the: I ,,
{ '* circulated to damare 'It i.likely that little ?argument will"be needed to 'convince any one* that "'

.*, the sales 01 'Glad lands and .* there' are' certain advantages to" accrue JO the ..various :counties if they' aeleftfree ,Eastern Markets, for the other"'departments: ,, . I"
cripple the fond.. I' also'. ;
a '.*;' and;; I hare"' always: maintained agree l .,, ;to make .their own ;assessments'' for Coun'ty' purposes'',..only without '
,..thaf .none':, of then landa .::.;.. having to consider,'a:Stale levy are,..arriving daily, and. in a few 'days' :the: ,
'
O''tept'
those
v !* '. to provide absolutely funds. t*neceaWT. .work- 0* *'' There will be.,oh the other hand, strong opposition; to an" apportionment' buYing; public will have the opportunity to ". .! !
.l . ..with should be. sold until they 01,1114', State aid.. to"schools tw a basis of,assessed valuations rather than that r ,,

1 : : .. h'eost,(*, .N'dral.ecI-aa.to aetual.tUen-.nd, then :'cold cut.at ** of average attendance.- ''The '. .tem suggested riould amount to nothing more make'' their selections from the ,most complete < .. '

" H. oat the speculator.. 0 \thtn'allowing. the State 'to collect:!the. tax from each' county .nd. then'return .

,..*_.'(;and:'Means they should.can readily.be'pn.lded-' be ..prortded -:.,*. the amount Collected: to:the counties.- The.idea of ""State' aid"would be: entirely ,lines :of' dry ,goods ,. notiQns,.men's'"and, : M r

.\ ) to do the work ta advance.* nullified} and 'would afford no incentive whatever to. school|onSciaIs to

'i ,11 ; -<**..sand C. aalea.$10.00.The to landa$15.00 new per, acre com.,''.* maintain the highest possible;average'attendance:m their.respective ,counties. 'women's': ,clothing,. gents'' furnishing .goods,1 i

'* bodies,'In their present* The Commission: jt engaged iq.:a most important'and_ needful 1 endeavor; I

a '.. .readily u.drafned command, condition.$25 They to will$50 ** and one which,will result in. good. From its investigations and recommendstions . .hats: ,', .and, men's and women's' I'' shoes i I ever : 1

\ '...when-properly drained. some, beneficial action is certain to ;'come.; ;.It matters not"to. much Kissimmee: ;
.
**'"TheState acre* or( snore still in'!, has the'11200.000'Glades....*'1 whether,?,the: report of'the-Comm saion',j ja'adopted i in- totos;:: .results ;will).cone i ( . F' .displayed, ) .in-I.. .\ . .. "t', ., .: ' '/ .:: ../ !.*. .,. I.'. ,,'.;

.;' ;\. *.A"y bnaineaa wan with such'sn from* stirring up*:thought and comment...,. ';WkicK, will,'in- 'the. nature.of.. things. , : :. '.,'. .\, I 1'j .ro' .: : ', a:;!a
.
.
: f
> .aaeet-could certainly'obtain "
'
say lead 'to helpful legislation.t J "' :
. $ .00 per acre. with which to eonUna -,:* , ' ... .. .. I
.' ) "' .. the w.rk and not sacrifice - ; Ji'1 V'1' '- 'I' '" .',,'
7 ...: >:,t..,..lands and their proceeds-to'. It cost ,John M. Slaton :who i ,'was recently'nominated for'..'governor ofCtorgia {/'. ', /:' .
: .' {. *;th. aol. benefit of land speca,* '' t' .Y > 'J'Jf
'' '
'"i' ..,'. latora. who expect": te' and will over "twelve. thousand. dollars/for -his?; .campaign, upwards of f' ,two .,., ;T' .
rT:, ",," .. adl. to the sdtlmate settler'at'. thousand dollars ''more'than:;;Jthe;;:..larywof; .the;oMce'wl'll': '' amount to, for; the I
"
ANN'SDEPARTMNT
"I P '
rolt. .f from '100 to 200 per I . .
.
I . ..cent that should either go towarda *,.. term.;That 'seems rather hard. but' itisn't:: as bad as half''' a dozen Florida, .oJ' :::0'(
t t1: ]: :+ farther, improvementsfaT -.. candidates found. 'it,.'to;spend their. 'money'. ': and yet, fail 'to connect.., .withtheemoluments : ) '
I \ :
.
: dieetl to the ...pl. ta the* c : t
i < ,..,shape .f t' I' of office., ,\' - ", '
i *, :!: con. truly l ,. a -., "all ' ,-- i I '
I 1 *', H';' R. E. ROSE. If,you ire"ngt'aTinembei'of f the Board, of Trade 'prepare" once<<"'to become ,
'
:. ):+00......-., 000400. 'one. Either.one;or; the other'band of boosters, fonnew, members'willstrike' : ,t
.
i 1 n schools_had a,splendid '' youduring-the:week.- :. If. 'you" Can escape: joining. 'you will deserve'Ja;. f :''S, T .0. :R'' : ,

a ce opening day tit .plte medal af 'an Incorrigible' e .., .
'.a s es. .: weather. The I I...J' .-

: h i I i .,be ..long are wall,before equipped better, ... ;I lean hat. >t'ba. .f.a :" 'sfitoM
tI '"' n.' :"wff 'lie' ',.imperative.. f aHmr.. ..fa. '.lit' ...." ......... . 'Wt61IIf ,.. ...,...,.enS.e. ., ..tie, .:r.le'at.. ..,,, . 41" : '
r ''\ ;r. 1":1-: ._.":. ..,, @ ,.. ,....._.. 'if.\t.. .. :" '." I '.,. '11' ... .
f', :iF. ..,. ',1' ; < '" ." .. ,"; J:\ },.d.fIJio'J1''I! : ""}!.J. ,t" .,., >>
,
# 1' {
,;; -.pt" ''r
'
'',4 ,1
rJ .
a ,ti' \\.0;' ... rr' 'r."r.z. .i. 1\:1: '; ,\1 .., ,, ;"c\,'1'"' .,. J.. '" .-" ., .. .' . 'II J ". If( .. '1 :. .H".," ,
," ( u. .,J .7'i' 1."'',>' >.. ', '.,"'::J"'I...: , .. '>' .. ., .. ..........,,i .....'"-,. ". ."., .'" . ... ,
':"::t <



-
,, .
i '
fi fw
>. T. k

:.I..I': RItT''..>riRR 13. 11&' ,. _.r.;_ I" .TJ ('" ,&: riSSlMMEI:' VALLEY: .J'AJi'.TT.Lr; i' : wP FACI f.r .

.
ill I" ,

r' 11 Yalll'61z8u8 8tiekersl' e4e, Mil: c f.u.F..' 'H.awson. it.,'Fred' ..,,HU1' ,,,:ien-! .'of-" .Mr." ',asrf., .Mm" P.. I : a :
<<
\ '. . .; .. Hill I, ;of Narcoossee,; paistd. EXAMINATION,. . FOR Stan f:ordSays; ,. .That ,&&n pcr attic :,
I'Tlkitt .
"O" ''NO. f1. Mies ,Klaalmmee.Moftdar.en Monte .

'PUBLISHED, 'EVERY FRIDAY. this: evening. Nina'Br'from t Gainesville e, University, where and be wIll. resume enter Uys Ms RURAL. CAMtttRS.. . Victory';, S. m* Boyond Doabtft. :+,:. :"

'+.:.-ayE'VElli .;.-t she ,bu' been ..', in the 'electrical> engineering\ .y .

ace.'MA.........: pat six. weeks,. w"; "; .... WILL. :. BE ..BBLD, AT,.'" KI861MMBE . ; II'' " .
:u f""MMi, . Cla Stanford; :, imocdinominee : .
McKay Realty' POSTOFFICE OCTOBER tIe ... .. ;. ....
Gj-B>BGarnett'at'one; : time manager for the ,.Mouse of -
lot tRepresent..ot.ftank. IJ"' "'' ,
on' pared. ',
for the Oseeola,, Abstract.Co.'u.; office FIFTH. Utives from Qsceola county;returned StardOl'Cl Iptt .1g .,..
800.
$ It is *
Weather, gains tw-the-efy. this city, bat'who- for some months. Thursday morning from a two' 'weeks' hard at work in the whlya s ........
Report '' H made his home in Tampa passed trip to Baltimore\ New. York and .selecting. his at..oek"of ga"fflltbirfall
L. Gardner; th thecity Monday en route to The 'United'Statea. Civil Service Philadelphia., He. was' accompanied and winter, and aoeoHtaf'te.hisi. .\
.
4 of the Tampa .. .,, where he. will' enter the Commission announces an examination by Mrs..Stanford.. own account will have the .largest. .
'> Following are.the daily tern here yesterday department of the' State..Unl.er- to be held at the Kissimmee ,, Wherever I went.." said Mr. Stan.. stock he has ever..bought. ," ;

p peratores! and precipitation .. Gazette a.most'.pl ', postoffice tor the position of rural ford,'"! found the Democratic forces !1'h. goods ,were so .attractive,'*' '

reported by the Government W. L. Campbell member of'the carrier on Saturday, October' &. not only hopeful but confident of'vie- said he,.that t couldn''reeI.t thesa,. r
J.,M. ,Wilder will l i ; 1 Rural Route No. It looks '
1 ,
was recently tory more and more, like and'I almost lost l control of snysetf, '
for the Democratic committee for the I
at Kisslmmee ,, .
station the erection of tablished and the W SOL" .
dn service the
on route while of ,
buying.- There's a streak ex-Jr:: ,
weekending, ,Sept.. 12, 1912.' dens on Mabetta ,,and precinct stated, .that was ,if in-there the ,was city; will, begin u soon after examinationas 'The popular representative w elect travagance In all. of. us. .guess. ,In '
which have just can be' to',' allow the necessary stopped Inl.t i headquarters In New any event I discovered that I had such.)1a ) ti'
In -hi. section he had
MAX. HIM, UIII.'I Republican preliminaries to b.;' arranged.It York long enough to streak ,
appropriate
j a pretty pretty well. developed'
'J
unable far to locate him, and '
Rev. Dr. A. J. so k
FrId.y..r. 92 .72Saturday .. . a clean tally,-sheet would be is likely that, a second i route, will box of Wilson v buttons,. which he ls for bought'' an immense stock: and'3 ,
4 '
for Ft. Meade; ,
'I a be 'established soon as there is distributing: . > '
application of will have be't
uree' thego.ods : to
. .. und In the next
91 the ballot
at
') > ;, ,73. J.20 the pastor of the box f 'another and Never before had '
or efforts are Mr, Stanford at* sold; '1.didn't''' buy them to :keep./ ;I: w
Bnhday.r. 77 72 ..2'I In a, series of. ] being,made to secure the designationof lowed himself the pleasure;_of seeing dont' anticipate' any trouble; 'on that;,

Monday.s, ,77 .71 ;sa '6or.8,) doses Hiram J. Moody, owner of' an ex an additional route. the Hippodrome while in, New'. York., score, .though,"..'concluded Mr.. Stan1;( 1". '
.
. :Tuesday,,t"'Lt.. .82 .'la.jl0. caae. ofChilli A orange* grove at Micco'a The age limit for appIIcants' fa 18 He took it in this time, and, : was ford.- :"I'' am sure that the pretty' .
'Wdnesday7 88 78 ,10 then as a tonic the passed through' the city yes to 65..J1n''the' date of examination wonderstruck, Just as every one is things'will prove just as,attractive to> .
tam. Price 25. ,.) en route to the., mountains of JohTTC.; Black, president of the commission who views the great show for tb. first ,others as they did j me. Plaid In 'aD "
Thursday86, 72 ..GO.C' gives the following qualiflcations -*, time. '"Whenever thousand !)\
Georgia to' Join his family you put a e.pedally.l.ree line of ladies' ready- i t
Kissimmee, Auto < '' they spent the summer. Mr. fora form ,' and rules governing girls and five hundred men and fort,. to-wear goods, such as cloaks, ,wrap. ",
chine Company wiil .be absent about,''two the of application: eight horses and a drove of deer and and two-piece-dresses.- will be' \ ,. '
lathe or machine .. .,, The maximum age limit is waived' a hotel and all that on one stage at 'on display soon, and an Invitation will M ;
"," automobiles, boats, in eases of persons 'honorably ,discharged the same time-you are gettingjusta be extended to the peopleof Klasira-'
chinery. ''The'best'bargan( in town is an 8-: 'from the United State'military little bit beyond my reach?. quoth mee and Osceola county to come and, : 'n

i house,' grounds comprising or naval service. he.' "There 'waa nothing' all that look them ov.r. Mrs, Stanford 't: :a' .
t THE:' ,LOCAL FIELD.RubMyTism The subject at lots! partly on paved' street. An applicant must have his actual mat show ,that reminded me of<, proved a valuable assistant In. helping -; ; ?
.
at the Christian McKay Co. 38tfJ. domicile in the territory by borne continued ?
St. ; Realty supplied Mr. Stanford sadly to select the stock.AUTOMATIC'TELKPHONE.- _
: Unavoidable a'post' offce in the county for.whit
$, t Failure/' Rev. A.. .- H. Reddick and family, who the examination is announced.The ::1 -
MK % his home is situated.. As result of '
4# tor.' from this city ,to Maitland examination is open to every a -
eighteen, months ago, returned male' citizens of the 'United State. such examination he may become COMPANY ,FILES ..BOND., .
.
\ A lot on a and will make who can comply ..with the, require eligible to appointment, as:rural ear
,
,_ will eon 700.\, 21-181 Ing bill paid; for Wednesday their, home. Mr.again Reddick tnents. e' ""T' rio* at any post office in such eountJ'A'ru ''Bond in' tbo'sum''of,, $50.000'ha* ,

Corset I covers; 19c..and, 25c.' ;F.: H. heapest. an experienced watchmaker and re Application form'1341, and full Information .letter carrier after one year's been filed by A. S. Metsner and asodates *-; i

Lawson." . ; 88"ltP. IcKay,, ;,Realty and will engage in that bush", concerning- the require satisfactory service may be transfer with,G. D. Ackerly city recorder . '
sale. red to the position of clerk or carrierin of Jacksonville, for the faithful
.. suitable building ments of the examination, can be secured
..
as soon as a .
,A. .VansAgnew visited Felismere O. ' be secured.Snmpter' ., from the secretary of the local a first or second class post office performance' of ,their "obligation. 'i .
a.few days this-week, 8. Fowler' ,of I examining board or the postmaster to the position of railway mail clerk to the dty under an ordinance passedby ,
: ; whom there is no I returned week at of the places named above or to in the classified the-city council and ratified by th., "
Leitner this any' subject i ,
D.Wltt.T: :' Llehtsey.spent Sunday. on the ,quality I a short stay at Daytona Beach, 01" from the U. S. Civil Service Com service, to such examination voters at the special election, granting -". Ir' >r

in Bartow with Ms mother, I.nd. "spent. ,a', I Iweek. will leave next week for Gaine*, mission' Washington D. C., as, may. be'. required' ," .by v. .the. .civil.. service them a franchise to' install .and

States. ''Attorney John C.: Jones war i ,.'.,, .''1'."..i", -. I .,., where he will enter the State Eligibles. /on resters.stablishedprior I. rules .. operate an automatic: telephone',, system ' '
in the city of Jacksonville. ,
Orlando I as a student He was ae- to March' 1 "
a visitorto,\ this city on Tuesday. tie Bell here by his .1.ter'Xra. F. idered for' appointment only at' the Talent .Tea 'at "Mrs.,Pfa Vs. ; One of the"promoters'of) the newi! '4 + t

Look 'over'our' shoe bargain table Harris, Harri'i:; Edwards of Stark., who was the office for which, they were examined Last Friday'afternoon the1 Wo- telephone 'enterprise says that th. '

prices at cost or,below., F. H. Law sette, is visiting .. for a few days. of the-family inch eligibles may be examined with. man's Missionary Council.'was. ,.via work of installation and.will: begin almost M'
the-new
'" Leitner. >' in one from' the date of'their Immediately automatic . .
brother Dozier year
sort. 88-lt Leake. her lightfully i entertained af the borne of o ?
would be In

A'want ad.'in'the' Valley Gazette Mrs M. J;Hicks ; S. L. Lupfer, wife'and'' two 'children former examinations showing that upon' they filing meet applications the Mru-Pfann.' JJjere. ".: was a. large' operation telephone within i system a few'.weeks.. . (i i '

has never yet failed to produce results .s very ill at her Saturday night from a six requirements' of the''new examina A splendid of The filing of.the bond: of' $50,000'' ,
will be received visit to their old home in tion their old eligibility for their program ,readings.Eiano removes every"obstacle for :the in-,,
'and vocal solos
row by the many .. .Mr, Lupfer says that bome 'olllce. not' being canceled. .. t\Iwa. rendered '>tallation of .the, new' system. .It 1*
J. M. Hansell this week sold a Flanders loved woman. the Keystone State is normally Applications should 'be properly bBur. Mary GainesVirginiiaa Belle stated that stock in/the/ new companywill

2Q 42t Dr. Mahoney, of St.t tbe' Demo- ,Tiller. ,, be placed .on,.the, market imr' .
....... 't : ,1 be believes ;; executed and filed with the Commit Vivian Lee and T.i4)r./ . '
'C1 u4t '. Postmaster good of .. mediately.:;
:!:t will? give a account ) ion 'at ,Washington. As examination Mrs McPhatters Victrola'was :
; Thursday for a .. November. the direct the very;
in Regu iapers are shipped from '
Miss Katie Match* of Pinecastie, family of E. and Moosey Boys are; ,knifing Commission to the places of examination much Delicious enjoyed.refreshments served 'Th. people of -the,-Ft.. Myers section ,

f visited Mrs. G. C. F elds In this. city magnificent home other at every turn. .It .is necessary that applica- by Misses. Marietta Pfann were and are going after- deeper ;:water.
Maud
last. Sunday.: Virginia.Dr. ions be'received in ample time for Thomason.: with a will and they 'are getting results. '

and of' Lake Hon. Steve Acree brought in some the examination desired at the place .' This I. a cue that the Kl slmmee -' _
Mr.'I1.IL Blrly family ., A.- F. ; 'specimens of ribbon cane Wed 'of ,;
of J.. F. Indicated by the Ippllcant. The Commission Board Trade should tak, rap.
the
City,, are .visiting' family spent Wednesday' ,. The cane is not yet matured will therefore arrange to examine Plenty :of' Money. as soon as the' membership..;.contest;/ '
O'Berry. purchased an E. it. is jointed for six feet with the whose ,. is closed. .
From . any applicant application Miami Metropolis;! A local bank at 4.Plant .
M.
C., E. Aligood, foreman of the New J. .. of.maturing-at a, height of) is received in time,for the ship Kistimmee took the recent issue of '
Eden Plantation visited this city on practice. least eight feet.. The cane was ment of the necessary papers.-- $60,000 city bonds at par,' proving City' 'Couriert ''The 'K1 lm...
on pine land' that has been An for' the, position Gazette bU.lnataUed a-linotype !-
eligible register mee a. -
Monday. The many that there is a lot of local money in .
. cultivation; ''for- a number of of rural letter'carrier for each machine and it speaks French ., '
glad to see Florida, seeking investment !L'
>( ,'Dr.- C. .D. Christ of Orlando' paid are again- after being .. ;Mr.'Acree :has about three-. county will be. maintained. A per. Beg'' your pardon, that.wa.'only. : .

a professional visit to Kissimmee on home for ten days h. of, an acre of it. son must be examined in the county a' few-cuss wordsin1E.peranto.--Opi;

;4Qonuay.J.TJZ.M .' sprained .nkle. 1 'J. 'N. Roundtree and E. F.. Allmond in which the post office that supplies ADVERTISE. I H THE GAZETTE.. .erator., .

: :t.. Cummings, treasurer of the Mrs' W. B. Vidalia, Ga., are spending a 'few '

'city"of,, SL Cloud spent Monday in of Jacksonville In the city. These gentlemen 11..
1' Kissimmee. to Florida seeking a location to.pend
..
week of
past the winter and after making

.Born, to Mr. and Mrs E."W. Har- Parker. Mrs: of the State,:decided.In favor of) ------ -'- ------ ----

.' raison, Thursday, September 12,' aE of Mrs. Parker. ... They will return to ,

.daughter.. Mrs. s. gFle: 't'W.' the" first of next week and t kt 'i
E I their families here during Oc
Mrs J. 1C; Htniard left Wednesday visiting. her ,sons . ,:. .
Fields of the
t orning for Jacksonville .for a' visit '
j j'of
". a few days. turned to her' H. Fleming returned Monday' from :

.' last Monday. summer's outing which he spent. :Bargain
: Days
Arthur E. Donegan wa. business Egbert Gillette,' Athens Ca., French Lick Springs, II

.visitor in Jacksonville this week, returning Shaker'' Colony- .,, and New York City. Mr. Flem .
.
.
Thursday.If the Monday stated he.. had a most enjoyable 1 .., "" "') \
dty ,
of be ,... -
to "
glad
months but was .
you want a lot on a paved street nanas, which he '
with paid for at $300' see at good prices ., and was ready to roll up his
pavement '
CoT 88tf .. and wade neck high into the
McKay Realty. to make Kisslmmee the largest MONDAY and
1... B. TUESDAY
'
>J. S.. Pennell has returned 'to:; the Overstreet of : .population of;, any inland',city. In IF 'z 11Jever'before

city after' an extended visit with relatives relatives' in .. .' ..
in Philadelphia.ttCRHrifwltt. .' here-for! several .
,E..C. ,:Beeland .made a trip to' Ba*
,)[ : Brown has. rea he is'stopping:' at; recently. to->inspect the: line .' ,

'.. d'from vist to .her former .,.the Osceola Telephone Co., which "r
E. h* e.lnM\ .: dry? goods been sold to Capt.' F. F. Hunter have you heard of' orri'seen ,,such ,,alues ; y W, ,
,
/ associates.' Mr. Beeland is man A
:Adrian P. JO 'Stag ure food in as well as :
Telephone
Kissimmee
of '
the '
spector for the was in Klsslmmee '- that seeing'famous the .sights. .: The properties. ,are not allied as''we:.are:showing ,on our'secial' sale: day 8.' r, ':1 i ,tr

': Saturday and Sunday. , ... zl'P in 'Character-.-.nd the courtesy" 0 ,
j. iurpentine ,, Mayor, ,N. C. the manager of the city .tem,11) . 'it ,: 'I '.. r : : : '-i'II,

! F: Blackwell, op- for a week's ,stay his services;was as unusual as .:. ''.,u jo.. .,.;, 4: - .
.
business .
'at .
aerator A.hton, was a m ,,1<
t'I
coprteaaa.Lathrop .
plantation' near ( . ) :
h ; ",:'visitor, .to Kissiiamee von:Monday:*., During his '. twaq ( .. '. . i, .;. ;'. . :. 7-,?

. ;+ ", 'Dri: 'Jas. Ponder; of Orange Center, will be presided i G'Fi:, 'to; Kissimmee and.family for the have winter're, 'Large.. lot of V.JeV;Round Thread. Laces: ".. .., .... 4- '. :I. ""; -...-t;, :::;

;was an appreciated caller at the Val.. elVpresldeot l of ,I.; the".summer spent In Lansln*. ,Monday'aedTueada,., the r ard' . : .. .; . 1 ;" '1 9 9Torchon
,
d 1' ,1 ley, Gazette office on Wednesday.";' 'J, y J .. .: \ !
.
,third ,
season fij .
:R v. Lanier,' 'Thiele'their . ... ) '. 'ifto$" '''' ,. ' IIi: .
; ', 'jMr' ; R.-Dl: Guiee and f.mU'y'retun.' on ..,.' they! like it so welt :. I II

edhome.last.week from their' regular .. Commissioners in ...that they will) probably become I .-, ../ .. ; :.....if< ,>'11!, 'rl. ."
... 1 round residents MrLathrop '' :
the If'
at.LoveJoy; Gad from allj.JaL.: ,
outing Lace estra
summer thecity, Monday.. that the Interest, in Florida about I ;, fIDe, : .:'f :.f; .5C ,I.y ): ""rMonday' x

'?,t-My.Tlsm".rill, I cure 'yon!:,21-18 ness; J former, home ,is; growing aU the andTuenday:, theprd, .rl;,..' ,. .. / ... r j
., 'and he 'expects: a' number of n \ 't'
.
,:60.;W.'Best'and wife left'Sunday 'Miss,Ann: friend ,to1 become. investors! < in
her .,. . .. ..,. 'i'. r'
resume '
for a ten days' visit with their daughter section,. : Kj. t d '-';i1." < ,. ., 1< \ ...tr ,
Will Homeland. (State) -. . : t : .' '; """
Mca. Taylor. .
",
; 'iiMershon ,
< .- She Joined her M. : Esq was in! Kls. .- . '''"'. .,
''leave St .' ',* week,,from eBburlr. Y,, ": ; '. 69 '.
thl. .I
Raymond imm. :
for :
; ; Jr., who.r. yard good'.acrag ) ,,"f
t".f" .' .
r4' ; '
College StyiLeo Fla. to .he has', recently entered the . : ,, :
Leo resume'his summer.. ' :', }. t.,, .r:.:.
.
studies again,for the,coming.year. law' .Mr. Mershon finish .... _,,_ "e'. 01 "I'-M", . ,.' "_.',,- :>>;i4I.fI- .. .< __ 't. ", I +': ,I

.. Friends in'' ; -thelaw''' course at' the ;University .. .. ., ., ,
"; \W sop Wm. Crane Gray of. theEpi.coP& Mrs .Robert ; .spring''and'selected Leesburg; as i ',,'" "'.''.' :.--;. -... . /. .' :. '!'It;'J, " . ,". .\.... l "
', t. \ "
with headquarters .thU clt 4( 'f<
church ; merly of of the "coming" towns In Floridsr <'k "
.
.
: ,
; '
at Orlando, visited thl. .dt. ,. y..ter.'da1. rie,' Okla.,,have which to locate.. ; He ,--llkAs ;Lees. 4, .W I/ / tie', 'i..t.I"!> '8.-. N- f Z4 C. .< .? 1 ''
.
B1lltsOM a'
.' 11 week announcing and.,Leetburg' seems to like Mr. ::r.'dozen. .: .' :" :.:;<.. .i r .L..{' :>:iA .. ,? ,' ;'? ; '-' "
> .
I'
'. Devatne Florida '. . 'for"' he has already landed '" .. .. ' "' ,. . . \ .
"T..f.: C. 'Roberts; a live roil estete ; : ', :' :' ,., ", / :. .. . .,. ",

and insurance man, of St. Cloud was pounds. 5 the office of city attorney. Mershon for that has ., ,.. ,," . . " ,. '" -. ,. ;. .- . ,, .. .,. - .t I." ," 1.. io'r{.
little city.Mr. \<" '. .:;>" ... .
'
.
.
,a: business,visitor to Kissimmee' ,yes :Mrs", H.. . ; ,friends pIn KlMiromee""who "fi /.. ,' '. . .f. : ; , " > . I : {, 'J
!
"
'terdayv, been.th. guest of Watch his carewf-with Interest. ... ; .[ Cam; ; .. , ,,'" "' \. ,$1' 21 1.1, '' ...., a
.
.: house. "and\ three'' lots, Buckles,' ti is J .. :' I. I. "
"
.tff ;An 8-room T J"" R.."'Clay :foreman. of -Vhe.,;Kls- : ; )" ,
Dr. DeWitt ''
'c one lot-on pavedstreet, can be bought '. !Auto' .' : has '* .. .'. :, /; 4, ,oj.. # )
garage
.7' 'warmly : e
?,from McKay Realty Co..for. = $1,600,, was by .' )
.
.
in;Michigsn"J. ILP.rldna . I' \.:'
this
simmee, j .. "':. . ,
.
"
,88tt.j who is a-clever' pencil'artist .. n ,J ''. ", ,,' "" '\
,
: "
in former, days., :: ' .. 4
: '
Umitea lp01111t EqIMh .;oq (] .i
has sent Mr",Clay recentiy.draw / a ,
J. Miss Phyilis.jfarreli, l leftjesterdiy; Gould' of ; bl.' skill.: the'yard' 12" j. "' '>\\1\
,; F/ A. ; that evidence remar) Monday and :TueadayRemember : . ,,{ 'r
a, for Tallahassee, where she will enter ed the .dty' fast of these is entitled,-A Reool -, ; I, : .. '-i, at
Wo
1". [the men Florida" State College'' . ; for. owns much real of Shingle. 'Creek." The picture \ .sea _____ n'_ ,. J "' ,
; and says that; he ts an old'darky' sitting at "
_
,
11.1 "Mr., A. ,K; Jackson h."op.ned a he Klssimmea' 'banks of the stream, nodding .. -- j
hand and: .
'carpenter shop In one' 01-I, A. Lan. around a fishing rod in his
,. caster's buildings on upper' Broad vestment he e.er line dangling in the water.' .'The ; .
'; fellow is dreaming and his vision : '
gay-' ,R. C. mt( : ...'a string of fish captured by,hiJ ; : A. :; -
$q'y. ,
\ '
:
: ' of his ;& : 't'-
.
M. 'E. Bestow,' representlngS. the guest It'-is, a pleasing conceit l and : ,<
,; New,'York Life ,Insurance company, i.tt1.for'the put of.the. ,work J' that,of. Me .K 'T' and' .M- i
: .rUxeetlt.tion 'Z' Tuesday .
,
his night for ..
," spent*,a: couple ,of days here heholds'the. ,. / .' s
'
\ 'w.ek.;\\.j ... with the Newport ". \ 'O Place : f i \SpeciaKzerKISSIMMEE ,: 1
,
Fowler I ( Sunday' ServleesT rda. . .. ".
1Rrr. M C. load of the Co Childreh's Day services will )be : ... ? ,
. .FowlerAgency" ,. of Kansas City,"wa* o'clock. .
; ; H.: 'Bl Dch in the morning at 11 ; '.' -
C.: n
: in"the city' 'a, couple of days! ,thisIweek oved ,here: a .... will be no services in the even .. FLA...,, !-: .. ,.. t '
" .
: ,of .the ; j ., ,
.' :, *! ** '.1',, alai Ohio ; Ifue'to;the absence pas I
. '''' '"\ ; ""
J"
.' : PaUner Hof .Windem.r.on. l'ul \ '- in ,FU:;.Meade,; where he .is-assisting .". ,,
sutif .
; ; building' .. iy .
.
.. t .. .. ,. "fil ... ',,\I
: ":;I:;}ll \ f 'tlM i.'best boosters in Florida,*was wt and this' ;, ,in.'' a, "series" of. .revival. ...services.. .' M' 1" -, "' ,oO' ..' . '" ."" '. ....i'I"' . c. '. ''JT " """ .
/
: $;
., eMy;. y;\ the guest:.ofLV ; /- l of a ','M.A. _"' '''mm !. .fc.410,0: ._ , , r

'f'. ... .," I .... '.' 1 !',: .... ..w. ......., ..vasty. .'. .
,
""
\ '
*, -""
roj.'' "K : . _. w :,, G -r'- A"1. h .
M'i '
; ,t. e
r ''' X .f .It! .. *: '/ k : ; fl' J ,;
. { tf r Aft H'J/ t
,...... ... I'.j' :
' / > . ,, r 'ik
J. .1'., ; I..".'<,,1 ,' .."':-, ." [ -, 1. .$:' .

; a-. s rs
jL HH.i &A' '''tAJg.' ?* ftsss

|gHHMlB| | |gaMjHME
L L l H



_
\

r \. '\.
\* *( \
x;) 'I ,

FACE, ,'8.:., ''THE, K1SSIMMEE 'VALLET GAZETTE." (" ,f! Fit 10AT.'";Stf" TEbiRE1I. .ll 'J ;

; ,., < --
limited, each.'to.the" territory 'of his' a fixed Income for school purposes[' I
CHANGES'S '''iN' ;SYSTEM ; own county, ,and there being, ne without fluctuating and .varying I '- -, :
,
: power'to equalize"valuations-ween : requirements .of'.tatotol'1 appropriation I ; .
,' : the counties< unevenness, of the enactment or local election: andhaving I :The:Application'and Demand for Florida .Land Cannot Be ;
"w = TAi TION'URGED. result'',is manifest by the tables' exhibiting , once been assessed 'and collected '
.', ;'Jjf 8f; .. the true situation It is the unanimous judgmentand I I Appreciated. You Until, ,You Have:Vbited Our Beautiful,City "

)' ., Remedies Suggested opinion ,of the commission thatit I ... a ; .I. .. -", ''r, .. "o'J
.
i \ ,
"' "Remedy.-Four, remedies for this should in fairness and equity be .. .
been In' in paid back- to the counties and ...
have apportioned
inequality vogue '
;.: (JMMISSioM$ :' ,MAKES'' REPORT other states,' all of which have'' been '' upon the' sam basis. thatit ;" .',., ',' "1

considered by the commission, viz: :' it collected. ) 1. '
jM' Y
by Illustration Used. 1 # 'if' .
((1)) A system of equalization f r 1 "
the creation and maintenance of a "To illustrate: under the present : : il.?
,
: WOULD'' CHANGE 'TilE ,,APPOB- of distribution Duval 3'' ti
J state board of equalization to equalize system county '
'TIONMENT" OF SCHOOL, TAX ) of the counties, upon received in 1911, a .little less'' than .:, /"" . ','?,,I}1, "
which of this'' one-mill school '.", i'l""
1 the '.tate'tax. I. based $12,000 out q "
\ { I
(
AMONG COUNTIES TO BASIS "((2)) By the state's theeoundeJ1wlth tax. Under the proposed system '' '' .,' '. ,i ,.
OF THEIR ASSESSED the amount require for this county would have been entlt1lto <:" lr ?

State purposes; from said county each the amount of 24000. Other TREALTY ;.,I;'1 ,'. <, ,, ..,
v; : VALUATIONS. county to proceed in its own way to counties are affected in large'meas. .
I' raise the amount and forward, to the ure, if not to the extent of Duval '"I .
state. ', ,. which is enly cited in this connectionto CO. ,., ,,,.;I..' .
Tbe- mml..lon appointed by Governor -, ">((3)) The separation of the sources call attention tothe hardship and '
7 Gilchrist under authority tf''a of state and local taxation providingthat Injustice caused by the operation of :f '
''r'i' r resolution passed by the last Legtsl..1 the state shall assess its taxes the present distribution) the diagram t,

; ture to examine the State's system upon railroads telegraphs telephones will show that in addition to '
? taxation with the view of recommending I .nd licenses for the full the absolute justice of' the plan .of 'wi..leaalen_ ud Retailers siTimber '

t changes that shall< Improveit amount of'its revenue and providingthat distribution which will be elastic and .. / ': '
the burdens-of taxation will collect :, ,. \. '
and cause the counties may levy their own enduring the counties .
i to fall more evenly: met .in Jackson-. taxes for county 'purposes on' prop. provided wo assume that valuationswill ... -, /" 'w'\i ' , : ,( and

Ad'' v ville Friday of last, week. erty of a local characterother: than increase to the', amounts"of the .w'. "' .
r The commission is composed of exP the sources mentioned., v actual valuation! property, as estimated ..:' 1.1 i' Vfl"" ,'/"r"" ;: .'1f" s

/> Governor., W. S., Jennings who was ''New", System Proposed.- by, the census, bureau double ., ",;V\'I\ li\.t'\/.\ ''\ )'', ''"' ., .' \
'
q i made chairman of the commission; "After considering all of, -these the amount of money from tits one- '',:.5\: .,J'. :! ': :.'.,/ ;r' . !'i:; .ofr; :a h- pr :
i Judge T L. Clarke of Monticello mUl' tax that is now produced':' and : 'Ji./.
v who was" made vice chairman and discussion .of, much the operation investigation'of each and to the taxpayer this system will, not .", .,. .,I.\\l;, "\ !; ; : ,' 'f$:. \, ..,,' Timber ,. Lands
3., Matthews of..Starke, ; ;( ', ,
"
lion, Eugene conditions which. work any hardship; because 'Ita'op : \ \ : .
and the''' upon' they .. .' '
,
who was chosen secretary.- .. enforced, It is the' Unanimous eration will be on a basis definite and ".'1: :"' f:''' ,: " <( (:' ."'": 17t""J; " : : :! "
; ; .
are :
< "
; J. ,The !' shall, make that thecommission judgment and opinion of the commission denned that will enable the county ,- 's' ,. ,",":" 'w1'l. o'+'j"'",.<,0' ..",fib.r't" ;.,( ''J"t1i .'" .. 'it.7
:. It. ;"POrt to commissioners to take the''amount
: if' Florida '
'', .the'Governor not less than Sixty I that practicable that' is to be received from that : ,,.1.;< '.,;,1'1.: A' ., N r; .l',.,':'M Vi-l'l,/...:.... "11'l"J' ; .v
,
I should enter a new system of : .r :,. ') : .ry!' {, .;) .' ,., ,'
I upon <. ,\ .1
.
W +, days prior to the convening of .thenext' taxation by separating the sourcesof source into calculation in raising the ,I, ,! 'j ".'l"1.. ,. \.;; .,,, '. "., ....II ,,' ./ /,[ .' 'O"1j,1 : .1
'
session of the Legislature. for state and local taxation necessary amount of money for. the ,"", ', ". n. 7" .. : (

.Minutes, of Meeting.. revenue; and-to this end the efforts of current. year's expenses. J I .. .\.,. ,
k Inasmuch as the work of the commission the commission shall in the future be Other Matters. .. .. I.' . . tf.
and therefore of "
Is
: important "Other PI'O'risions--Other' provisions -
ii 'herewith to the State at large, directed.the commission From, much information of which before has are, being -considered '' and. the have some very desirable 'and very"
minutes of and
is the
,
published
y u been gathered by correspondence and work of preparing bills constitutional WE.also ;
'proceedings of the'session' : otherwise: by the members of themmlsslon' amendments.for future consideration :
.
.j? "The special tax committee appointed is apportioned among the
eMt r "i'> under house concurrent reso lion. W. V. and Knott particularly comptroller from, in members of the'.commission.: Other 'well improved Orange Groves' .near to RailRoad _:}

y lotion No. 82 session of 1911 of the which it I. shown In particular' that Important matters 'were considered .
legislature of Florida, 'whose duty by the commission In this'connection, "t'
the of be
revenue can -
'' it shall be to report to the Governor ,sources so that the matter of the separated taxation and it was decided'to confer' with.. : Church nd'Scho t. We most
", at least sixty,, days' before the'con of railroads shall continue to be the various county.tax, assessors of + ,' ; own

'vening of the next Legislature such made by a bo.rtlln Tallahassee, consisting the state ,with a view of, calling a : '
ch.neeiht'the'Con.tltutlon and laws conference, of the assessors to>meet ..
of .the general
attorney "
v as.commission may be shall deemed submit advisable a draft; the of comptroller of the treasurer; that date with for the the tax.commi..lon consideration at'an matters early of the property we are offering for sale, I
e"ery'levy of any kind for countypurposes'
''the proposed; eon.titutlonal'.mend. school and roaddistrlcti to be presented by. the commission:
ments and bills, which the Governor can made and for general discussion and conference '
be valuationsso '
shall transmit to the Legislature of upon 'and balance hold able to
determined by the board and thus -upon the subject of Florida'staxing : we optio's.on, so we are
'with such recommendations as
1918
provide 'for the state revenue which system, constitutional and
;he may deem ;advisableconsisting statutory provisions and the operation
will enable the commissioners
,. r 'of' the following members: W, S. county and enforcement thereof: after r''
to fix the rate for all county revenue the best of
give terms.
T. L.
Jennings Jacksonville Fla. adjourned you
; subject
; Monticello Fla. that will be derived from ad valorem which the meeting -
;Clarke and E. S. "
J to the call of the chairman. "
taxationon real and personal **
Fla. In property -
:Matthews Starke, met the
+ 'offices. of, W. S. Jennings,'at Jacksonville except railroads and telegraph If have that wish to change :
: r" Fla.,' on the 6th day of'Septem- lines, which will be assessed and collected A five-Acre Farm. you any property you :t

e'' ber, 1912' having heretofore' held'a as at jrelent. all taxes on .
rallro.d..n lines to be/ A -aere farm In Pinedale, with good f

few informal, chairman by the conferences election.. L. of Clarke'vice-,W.and. S. Jennings organised paid used in Into.paying the state the current treasury expenses to be payment fence and.cleared ft. D. .,.Waring for S600 4 Co.with 16tfKlssiramee easy for a home in one, of the best States, in the Union, :ti:

and E.! S. of the state including the license . I
chairman M.tthew..lletre-
L tary' and; proceeded to the consideration Axes of both state and county, as Auto Garage and Machine
q of the matters confided to them well as the revenue from miscellaneous Company has accepted the agency for call, phone or write us what you have and we can
''under their appointment by: the Governor sources, corporation charter the Cartercar, one of the most wonderful .
ad-et ch commission.' The memo tax, stamp tax, etc., thus, enablingthe cars of the age...and will in a few
j bers of the commission had been supplied counties to increase the valuationof days have a shipment of. these can ,on find for 'what ,
..r with 'a ,11st. publications ''on real property without contributingan hand, which they will take pleasure in you you want. .

-I.' .the subject, of'' taxation received unjust part of the taxes collectedon showing to,all.. l&-tf ,i
real estate: to the and tobe 'j' S lei
through the courtesy of GovernorGilchrist state S.. V J '
: at the Instance of the members relieved from the payment of the
of the oommls.loII'consisting of general tax: of two mills and upwards MUST BELIEVE IT .
to the which is than the
state
more i ---
y -' equivalent, of'.the license taxes, the t. -
commission has decided 'to ,.recommend ,
i and some foreign countries"on the When WellKnownKissiamee People
I subject of taxation, the reports of *the 'division property Into ., ,
the tax commissions of many.States, separate classes as indicated for purposes Tell It So Plainly:

embracing, statistical tables, systems of' state and county taxation. .
'-" _, Income. -
r > i '- of taxation valuations of property Estimated
V f various classes, including rail:- "The estimated income for state When public' endorsement is made
a t JAoads, etc., the proceedings, of the purposes, as compared with'' that citizen of Klssimme The Rays of Vision 4\. .
.
by a representative -
''
;: *State boards.JUJtiW of equalization' in realized under the present system, is .
'
'
', -. ;1 states, various constitutional hown'and illustrated,byoth.' tollow. the proof Is positive. You .
; '# / 77 amendments in fores' in many of the Ine' summary ". I must believe it. Read this'testimony. : '" ?}
r-iei, i BcateS, a compilation' of the tax Lou of revenue from'the '' > Every,' backache 'lUfferer,'every 'man, , ,. '
.
r;";??Jaws in various States, reports of the 'two-mill tax ..........$ 390,000 ,. 1
child with ", ,
kidney (
.; proceedings and minutes of national Expenses of stat. board of woman or any ",
'.and international and'State tax as- health .:.?...,.?.._..* ,80.000'Pen.lon. trouble' will' find profit' in, the ,read: y are.diatorted where the glasses are not just

,sedations/ and -.----.---.."->...- 676,000 ing.' r ;
glasses which
right.. The offer those
subject I : we. are
the of taxation f
reports on < C. .W, Campbell, .Bryant and Dill '
,; tax laws, and' the enforcement. hereof Less" 1.045.000. ingham streets, Klssimmee, Fla., # will correct errors and, ,strengthen the I,sight. I '
by leading scientists and authorities fees and witnesses
before '
3 all of which -had. been ,carefully .the grand says:' 'I: Ii."e'ul ed Doan's Kidney Come and have your eyes examined; _

'examined' and some of ,the leading jury (which will be paid Pills and know,from'personal. experi.. .
'features carefully studied by the under' the new. plan'' by ence that they are a remedy merit. should be. Your sight is your, mostr precious 4

members of the commission : the several, counties .*._.... ,150,000 + possession; and you afford. y I: :
., .,.,.Jt. Documentary Information.. I 'got this preparation from'tbe.8iesimmee ; cannot" tp neglect it. J, i
"
"". r, -"A i I '' Drug Co. and it relieved me "
documentary
., synopsis or'review of the $ 895.000 "
.. ?
' information' before the com Increased C. of; a lame, and aching back and other j
: , i.: 1 mission having been presentedand ,revenue' from' Ii' symptoms ;of, kidney complaint., 1 i

'.) read, the history-of Florida's taxing cense taxes ,?._?__...._$ 200,000. r ,
cheerfully recommend: Doan's KidneyPills'for ,
F t1 "'. system, constitutional amendments Revenue from taxes- on .j
;;and statutes'was then fully' consider railroad and telegraph / consider them worth7ofpral.e.
:: '. .. .eel .nd dlcusseda. review-of which lines, based on,"'the esU-' ." ,' !

..+. '.. .wwttl befound, as a 'part of.the.e. mlnotes. '-', .mated rate for all countypurposes . For/,Sale by'all dealers.,, >Price'60)'j)Icent& A. Jeweler and .;'

". .. ;:.........v.r" ; .700,000a Foster-Mllburn :Co.,. 'Buffalo/ .C' : COLE' . .. ...,;;,1
-ir, .VTabUs-iVarlous; 'statistical!'' table. I'
and_dlagnmshad'been' prepared for. $ 900,000 New York' sole. agents for the United J OptometristPaint 'JI,

,.", J, '-she use o'the.comml..ion' and r con* "This estimate of revenue from States.- ; .. t
'i;. ;.sMered by-them, showing the assessed taxes on' railroads Is about,,$110,000 Remember, the jiame: .Doan'e-and .. :
Valuations of, property,In Florida by less than the revenue now derived, take ho other., j .
;
counties estimated 'value which' "
Jthe of prop. gives a margin in the consideration

: t sasus of 1904, as shown by the spec.reportettheUnitedStatestdnsus- without any shock or chance in the "
.' 1 ';lal result; The special district, taxes on - -. ,. '
I :" ; >*ce on'Wealth,'Debt and..Taxationthe ;; railroads and.telegraph lines 'will go .';,
+; .r percentages thatthe"assessed to the districts under this calculationas .. '.' ,
'
;; valuations bear to,the true'value'ofkpsrty heretofore, and such taxes will not Paint_ IPaint '. 'Paint '''P t''Paint Paint Paint (

A in each county,-as estimated in any wise be affected by the change 1 )

', I,, .1 .the census''. bureau'.whicb' show a of. system as proposed. ,. .
i under the present system from Distribution .f Tax.. ;" guiJ
,.", per cent In Manatee county to 187 '"Constitutional Amendment''ItWas :. -
'J, cent in Suwannee the : : ; ; - .
county, tot further unanimously" determined >. ( '
t W 'assessed-valuation a.for'the State by the .commission 'that:' an- .mend- r.. : : '. ,, ;
only 67 per,cent of.the census( runt .to article 12,: section 6, relating \ it .. "' ROSS Q9AVES' .. i' 'I' .
o '1' ate of the true .value of the net to ,the distribution, 'of the one mill .. 1' {: : : : .' ', \ :: :
able property: In the stats in the school tax should be proposed, changing ,' '. ", : ,,,, .
# hiv.a, the,latest year for. which ths basis of distribution'' from l.r 'fi", ''Y1J': ; .(" '"The.Storm.that. _Appreciate. ,Yoar>Trad I r " ? r' :' ':'

;''j** csnsus: valuation; it, beingmod that of the average', attendance on .... 'A.... ).: /" ,. : 'i.ow,. 1';' ,
< .
j.sx I by the "lommisslon l that public rschool.t ,' to\the 'assessed 'valuations '\ ,"i'. .'j' ,. ... ?
al tot the, same,ratio and proportions property, .'The injustice'' of J I ( '; :" ,' ." ,: ..\ ,, '"'-_ 1 .' ", '
.' ,, > at"th4l!. presenttime.; Also the'\present rule. ,of distribution is I .
'
fI" A \F:.M lee and diagrams ; showing; the made apparent by an examination Into ';;'"i;', iJi.iy:" I

rI ;' .-r< au. raised under the-l-mW eon- ;ths actual operation off'ths "pres ,tl. :S. w..P'Paint' ", .. :Kyanizs: Varnishes , : :
(6 Mswutional ,school' tax,, by 'counties : "
ent Is
system-which
: .dependent.up .' .. h THEM. ." as
'j" For 1
;
/.and. the amount thereof,A1.trlblltea on the accuracy of the;reporta' made r .1 Floors,'lnteriorWoodwork'.., '
: ".'tolthe4 ...eral1eountlea.' .'under:::: the. of the average attendance having J 't "Known, ., : ,the World" . ..Over. :. 'BEST'" and Furniture f! '.'
(present basis of the'avcrage attend.O been .howbe satisfaction of the 5.
of public schools.: 'IAlIO' ,' a table commission'' that' this system Is 'not a CONOMY' i '

s :;Stewing "the ,result of an amendment being, carefully safeguarded and . FT IS:; !4t I" '
'I;to'';: the 'constitution'changing;the many Instances haw been brought, to -:. ',. :;:, tttAT r- 1
4 ," 'v basis of;distribution from that.of 'average the attention :of commission in
+ attendance,of schools,' to that which glaring. Irregularities beIng _
\'of(1 'assessed valuations. ,' sssnmlngrItfc .. practiced under 'this 'provision.' l > ion :Stains l.o. ;; Alabastine Walr,; ating. : ,. ;
L t- the assessed valuations' Wouraat An absolutely"> and equal '>distribution ,
The Stains rah reputation ,It it the'Be '" ,
a r; .;I'M; l s." I themselves and become equtra- of, this fund,'.,It must be r ,

.t .'s 'i I to .the census valuations of,, admitted,!would be In the proportionand ,..... .,.' : .' r t'" "\:":
t:;, sv ual market"-rahie of/property, :1 I '""
: j" upon the same basis that the taxIs '" .
'. S ;'"' i. ' .: Opinion of Commisalony .a' levied s vi collected.-viu& the vs uMion \j'. (GRAVES/' : / "" '

'' r of<,t N ptone' the com of ... property'each couaty.Jw t. ROSS :! ..' 'I'f
,' "iti onanlmou.. -- .
,react .* other-swords..>reeonun nd-that! } ''if
'
: ' t: ..oft. the .mount' lIeeted by tsaqua1burdn'oftaxation'
i s ', in one mill: oenatitotlonal.capon ,
) is in'the system, which Is in- r taiIse recanted1 to thecountyunchanged ,, If , l' .', J .. _. ,..(n"k
"," < '
a
!ti. _t and impossible of enforce- This'plan m no'wise ''T" f

'" i'' as far y as tax.it..tor ralatea the reason to the ice provisions lessees the*cootqtaglatedHfsf 'fores:and 'effect 1Ir the' of fnll'the'' 1 'Paint,. v ,. ....Y:t. MB P aiat..:. "L ,untVt' -r" r ,)IF.8ll1t ioo, .i ....+'P ,. ," ",1"'i' :

.T--sjstsat"asssswrs sts 'of' IM COMVOkOtldlt Mtdbart 1611 . ..
. ,>.. . .. d
'
.. "
A : "' .n" '''/r }- .- \ 't. ," .. ....
; ; 1J ,, '.,'r"v' .. .. ... ... .; 1"' '" 'It . ., _
: 'Aj .,,, 'J ."; ''i:. <-;". ' '
J ,,
ri"#
-
"
l ,' \ ,,;
I 1L Li
A/
-
,, ,.gJ.L tr



<- ,<) -, "
..

. .. ..; ." 9
.'... .

..... ,.; '" \. 11-
....
.
1. I : . .' t '. .. r
I '. "
.l'';..DAyl.i'T..k.fs.1.1J.. !< ; .. T. ,hK.aslhIMi.j : .:" V A L L E,T G'ZET.TI.. ..; : .Jt PACE ..
'
.,.. ,.1 1, __ __ ,I.. .I , ,
0'r;
." condition,, and,Monnonlsm reigns'supreme ', .f Oct:,15: Cabbage, :Sept' 26':to'Nov,1; .
BEXTWBTSWHintRW 'j in,the camps of. Fowl4om.I ., THE' D WKRATIC' 10.: 'Beet..Oct,,10 to Jan. 1st. Lettuce .
.. : ---I Sept. 1 to L Dec. 1. : Cauliflower' ( '. -
yU I HI''. FiieU and her sister; Miss I .C CAMPAIGN HANDBOOKThe' Oct. 1'to Nov. 10. Turnip., Sept., Ito 7s as:
:IT'S' SJtEHCE Anna Simmons, .w.... the .guests of Feb.. 1. SMntiach, Oct. V to Nov. Sent, Complimentary
] Mrs. Cobb'Thursday last.; 15.' .Carro Oct. 1 to an. 1," 'Squash .' .. .. '.
' Democratic National Committee S.pt.16 to 80. Irish potatoes:' Sept. V i. '., .,.
Look 'h.l'; Whittier, \why' don't 20 to 80. Radishes, Oct.' 1 to fneb. 1. f. ' .
issued its text book. Parties receiving this 'per'who'.re'.e '
has campaign
some of boost towns You English (60-day varieties Oct. J .,
you peas
your .
DOTED The keynote of the book, which ex" "
,MANY ,M IMPflmEMENTS" have some good"wriUrs there -bring tends over 484 pages, is that igh cost 10 to 20); some 80-day- : '.varietlesrDec. ' 'regular sub.gibersrmust'' loot flunk tfcat; k is.' ., '
.
/ them out; bring them out! A recent! 10 to 15.The .
of living' and how ItcaQ be lessenedby the intention 'of/the/ later demand I' .. .
publisher to '
O.I letter fromthateommunity tells'meof the election of, a" Democratic ad. mo.t'lmportant reasons why : : ; 1\; :;' :
COBBTOVN PROUD OF DE vast improvements' within the corporation. such vegetables as are .ffecte.1 Ly "
of
ministration. The "
fallacy a
protective of them the subscription price;, as his,
should be at the
AND"RE- Why stand ye all the day tariffis drawn attention to in frost planted proper "r
CRATIC..ROOSTER: ; : idle Help the Gazette to let the series of articles. time is that if planted later than the mailed to them .compUrnentarybyour Board v '
FUSES TO, SLAY 'BIRD. world know what you' are'' doing. a Under the headings: "The High last,dates named they are apt to bo - ,
FISHING' BEGINS. Letters received from there display Cost .of. Living "Wool, the Keystone caught by"frost Lion: maturity. If of County'Commissioners[: for"the :purposr., I''.
A talent for' correspondence, planted earlier'than\ the, date named
newspaper Manu-
Arch "Cotton
of 'the ,
don't hide that talent'under the 'pro., facturers-Tariff' Board's' Fraud" first the warm' weather will. causerthem'to acquainting them with! the many advantages I

TheCapta1n'baaa'expressed'' a wish verbial 'bushel, but' let it shine forth. "How Tariff Was Raised on Cotton". fall. and opportunities this town and county offer : +i, f . '
REX. For such ;vegetables as grow
that .' Democratic rooster be killed "Dolliver on Protection, "Protection. '
Ji the winter, for cabbage '
through instance,1 The'J be
Best Law the Null mahexi : !:
"Taft's homeseeker.
and Farmer, < a "
and an incitation extended to him to per
:J Death of Charles O. Rivera,, turnips beets, cauliflower, carrots
Bowl
partake. of the flesh' 'thereof, Oh I Ever, "The Family :Sugar aplnnach. lettuce, etc., 'few weeks "
i Friends and acquaintances of "110'"' Prices have: Soared" "Tariff onions any person Phone name)is given 1 &
dear thou knowest
my Captain; not for, the
dates
Charles 0 .Rivers' were shocked and Tariff the planting civen'are
'what thou a.keltr.; this particular i grieved to; hear of his ,death. at.Lake. the and -Manufacturers Home," "Would "The Save $20,000-1 in purpose of catching the best .market .us, and if they should,desire' receive if regularly -- ',,'
rooster abideth( with the'fishermen, City Tuesday of la.r week. Mr. 4 and not, for: escaping frost, thereafter ' I. ,"
; 000,000 "UnitedStates Consumers would be glad put
'and this has been his abiding place we to ,
Rivers, was a nephew of Dr. J. M.
the protection '
\r .lo, these many and his flesh Pay Plpert system '
partaketh of the;years nature of the fishes,.! Rivers, of. Kissimmee, and was hereon is attacked from every angle..The New Bungalow. them on our subscription last ,at.the.'regular 1 1mites.
a vilit to Dr.; Rivers With .his' sis {
likened. unto a sucker, and his bones.thereof'are i tel', Miss Alice Rivers, only a, few I care trusts of. are.There comprehensivelytaken is an article No. 461-New -broom bungalow .on . ; ,
barbed like unto the fishhook
I weeks The" Lake City; Index '''lot 60x143 feet, located within three
ago. bristling with facts concerning the t ix
and the candidate that eateth .
I
% account main business 1
gives the.following:; : blocks of Broadway-the
absorptionjBf the !Tennessee Coal andIron
thereof shall surely die; far be!; it I Charles. Q.,. Rivers, aged 28 years, Company by, the United States street v and in one "block .of, Osceola. ,
from ,our' purpose however to give . 0' I ,
died at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning high school. Price 1400. "
Steel Corporation' in 1907.. The ran
offense unto so worthy a candidate as at the home-of Ma'.parents,. Mr. andMrs. which .24tf. H. M. Breake & Co. .
the Harvester trust
thou art, and if'the -crowing of.this II ., D. G Rivera, on-- Duval street port President on Roosevelt held at the '" ' i ,

ancient'voles bird shall offendeth be no longer our brotherhis heard with He had stomach'been sick and for throat.everal'trouble months and request of Geo. W., Perkins up, together Be Good to'Your. Eyes., .1 ," i
I with the correspondence thereon, is : l
,shouting defiance at th.e or thy *boat' his condition had been serious for in fulL The result'of the Dr. J. C. Davis, ,licensed by State }I-
published
_' whilst.it or thou art passing.. : several weeks previous to his death. Steel investigation of ,the Optical Board and who has been' InFlorida .. ,
r' ...- ,
<' Several 'weeks ago he was taken to Unite States Steel Corporation is ten years and fitted many of the "
Our' peninsular Is the scene '''of Hendersonville. N. C. by his parents,' taken care of '''in two articles, "The best people in Klssimnitoo and other ,. " 5' : 1 rr
busy preparations.' The law protecting in the hope'' that tae change would Greatest of Trusts," ,and "How- In. towns with glasses, is at Park Hotel, ABSTRACTS : ,
our lakes-and'riven from Invasion prove i beneficial but. he 'did not improve terasts Control. , where be will test eyes free and sell ,
by fishermen has pa.sed its limits and he was brought home last An interesting feature of,,the c.bookis ,...,-tor :a abort time. Dr. Davis
has' '
Boats are being overhauled and repaired Sunday night. Mr. Rivers was a ""The True Roosevelt" by William cured headache of twelve years ,, '
and everything. put in order' graduate of the University: > Florida IL-'Taft and "The True Taf," ,-by standing with glasses. Prices reason Off' TITLE: ,. : 'J'
for heavy work.; There'appears to be and also finished a course In law Theodore Roosevelt.. 'These1 articlesare able. ; 88-21 : \
i too much water for' extensive seining at,the UnJT8rai ,.At the'last aessioa compilations of extracts from the Modem< Date 4 i .. ,.. : ,
Up to. jlome.No.
but; aa no severo'raine J of lone. >of the Legislature in Tallahassee speeches of these' two .men delivered : if' ; 1
continuance have.appeared for a see 'held the peaitioa .assistant\ In 1808 and 1912. 'They make a novel 464-$ .I5OO.-N...; modern alx- ,*. > : '
:number of"ciay.,-the,water. are d. chief clerk and .i_' that time .bad and amusing exhibit.;, room ''cottage, bath lavatory, hot and : .
creasing to' such ,''aa extent it*, I. begun the "practice'of.law, in Lake I ,The data on the life and .work'of cold water, electric .lights, beautiful '' Lands in Osceola : ' r
',-thought that the'fishermen' will resume City. Ha had a premising career Gov.; Wilson and Gov, .Marshall are expensive mantels new furniture, nice County , :, "
their labors ere many days., fore him and was a young be-I very complete. Th. story of the rugs. Hous '
excellent character, popular'with, former's life was written by William for occupancy. Large lot. 83x1471 feet, Furnished by .
Rex spent two' days'in Klssimme who ,knew him., .The ,remains Bayard Halo.' 'The laws-that' these on which :are twenty.full' bearing orange I .,
I >i ; laid to rest in the Salem church cem I ,have'caused to be enacted, ',tree. Located in three and A I ,t '' '. T
during August, 24 and 81 COIn.upon j two men R d. ;\ : '
blocka of the' beautiful -
half poetofflee on TOHNStpil
of Lake
Mr. Cobb's.rapid little launch and eterynorth City'Wednesday -i for the benefit of labor and the pub- j ;
returning by the; same conveyance _mi.. Rev. dear officiating. i lie health are treated specially. There Verona street, In the very.'best; ,, ; .
Besides his lie leaves two neighborhood. Call and. let w us show : .
"" *" after' spending the nihtIn charge your of city.thesailing1' sisters Misses parents Alice and Madeline are many concerning other articles practically giving information every you this, beautiful home. Terms on,. CLERK, OF lRCUITCOUR-r, ', V '. .i .. .. .'

"' Oaptjrint-Cubsjia/Myn apparatus aiu Vthe/sall was liven, to mourn. his loss. subject that may be discussed. In the part of purchase price if dealred.A ,; .' .i -*. '. .- i i-' . .::1.1 i *> : '>', : ; 'I. .
very agreeable, Belve.severe windsor campaign. 24"t H. .M.: R1CA1tft Co > . ,. .. \ -' I'. : ,<

rain Intert.rintitb the pleasureof Truck and.. Utrus Fruit land.No. In getting out the book 80''early friiit and True land Prices. of Abstracts arc Governed by.Statutes of .' j t
;lW.
1 f the Democratic National Committee; r '
cither '
It was our trip.'first visit,to your city .*.c62-Seven ane!'on -ha1f acres ot has not only beaten the Republicanand ..bav.N five and ten aero"'tracts 'In .the. 'State of Florida. :: . '1. >>r r5
the best truck and fruit land in Kis ./.
the'third term parties but has . desirable .
since June and the numerous changes Liberty Park the most suburban t,
simmee Park.This! land is in :
made were a. source of gratification proximity broken all Democratic: records. In property on the market, which 1/., .C
to see: We take pride in seeing our to the lake. Call'on us and we will former campaigns this book has ap- Wo are offering; for your considerationat -
put you in touch with the owner; :you thelatter of Septemberor will '
county seat made beautiful and we peared part prices that are attractive. We
can deal direct with him..This prop. the first of October. The' text ....
'fully appreciate 'the efforts of its he pleased to show these tracts to prospective
,citizen to make it one of the grandest erty Is offered at a great :reduction, book, committee which had charge of purchaser at any time. '''Do not "
from what land in this localltv Is selling
cities- in the South. Rex paid a for. the preparation of the book'was composed fail t.o... this property before purchasing .
'short '-visit to' the Valley Gazette 24"t II. )I. BREAKER CO. of Josephus Daniels, chairmanof I aa It has the advantages of being I .
building. Its Improved appearance : the bureau of publicity!; James T'I close In and on the-,very best paved :
corresponded to the general Improvement Lloyd,' chairman of.the Democratic i road in the county convenient''' to, the George N.BbAT .Ssunder&; "a
.. in the city at Urge. In the Bargaia in Twenty Acres. congressional committee. Robert city; school and ebure, % ..; Five,,;"acre '
.. meantime our own little peninsular Twenty acres of land, .less than one Wickliffe tracts $250 and $300.' ' BUILDER :- :
'and ita inhabitants are doing the best mile tram poatottice, A good location 24-tf : H. M. Breaker,& Co..

r we can., v for a subdivision. Can be bad for $65 Fall Garden. '- .
,: ,_ per_acre. R. D..Waring A Co. 19-tf For commercial purposes the.'fol; When a' gifts: suddenly,thrust up- A eatfor"Firro] sad,'Eci61e': '
Our' Democratic rooster's .tadpole lowing dates should be in mind for on us we find ourselves asking whether ;=w mm ii....sure.. ...,........-,.'

:plantation. is still in a flourishing. ADVERTISE. ,, J. NTH'- E.GAZETTE.' seed-planting! : Onions, Sept., 15_ to it isso:.. very ,welcome after'foil. tws"es+".t".mw ww... KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. 'r


/ _m_______. _____ \ . J. 3r

"- .- -_ _. .. ___ .. .. ,_ "* "" J" .. IT- .. ____ .
--lu-ji-j-ini nr.- -n.-jisfr-Lru jjwii rim r W.TT.ji I 1' ;-| i i - .j..J- j I r Ui T I I"- - I L f u J r nu .
) ;:: ., ,
u\\ 'J .; 'i "! ':
.' ,' ir- *, "< ,*Vf.t \fJ ',


:> ;::; : ; "i"i\: ; ,. :" ,::,, ,, Qll. HARD: :: A :' .E.AND(: FURNITURE':' '..OEA' -'J; j '> i p 3: *V: '


. '
"'
'< '
'



Wearing: QualitY'and: Waring Guarantee" : > 4




oA.'M> I' '-. I ,si *- : I.. ?,* ,. ? .. ..:,,r.. ,'',.'' .. .., I . .', .
(
'CJ.
1 tab I' .' f\\ '
: ; I. .
come f\ .1.I .. .. ,c'. ',$ '.' .(
. I. ',, : .' .. .. . ;: ,/, : '-.',\ .' t : ,/ : \ .

:; ; ';.J.. : : ;;( ..,,;.,:'(, c
J
.,. -' ; t : ,', .":, '.
rJ. I'
'
"l'G' : ''
' "IN' ' e..O M. p. A'N''X" oF
,, .W.'R' .' .R' APING 1 : ; r,\ : I' ,/ -J :
'.'" ,'.". ., : \. : ,';. ; ; : 1'1.:.",, V.,pi'i
. ; :
.()1. : I'' t'I"J" : d' ... ,1 .t," .: . 'A" i .' u. ::
: .. . . a .< .. .... ' '
1.. t<, ; .' . ', ,, :.". .. ,. .: ." ... !,fI, \ .
\ ,' "
.L. : : / .
, :; . . .: ' '.. .. " ...:. f ".W' ( n
: .
x .. .
". -.1.. ,' ,' / '
I, ;, v->' -/ . . '.. . ,. \.I:' .ii
.' 'I. : .. . : i'' : ;

;" f... i; \ ,: ,;,, : .; : The store, is, not_ ,''fully'.stocked as'.,yet,; .but : wed have' many .bargains., The,. most)complete: stock:\of : : .,r::} j ;\ ; '?' \ ,

' '3:( '(4, ::'; Ammuniticn in the The finest of at most alluring The \ '':'; '
prices.
., :: .; : : county.; display Cutlery : ; best bargain :; '

>!\ 1j. ;:, ;.' ,1';:: .", ,.",::m.' .a,.Dollar. ,SRa zor--A. e ''4Ir remont: :,: i 1 W'.have theti '. 'Gill e !. "' and 'the/ old' ,style' blades: in.' _all,; <" 'i.u,

: J. ",: 'c : r : ;
.... .. prices Razor Hones "Strops Brushes Safety'Blades Toilet Articles.. ,.
'. ;; .
,. : : :. ; ,y :r .; \ -

:",;, .'i" ' I..,:, 1..., 'We i i 'are.just, getting r' bur Furniture' display'room. : in- *: pef9r.stodc( ._ ,Put, ? ':'of f(your' purchases; .un--< ...:V:tS:, ," ' :i. :


? ,: i '- :" ', : ,ail.:you have, seen "this line, .of' up '',to dale=fuiriiture. We,;will 'make the, price; \to/suit you.- .* i.; ,::2; { >j, "" {}' ,


: ': ; :r y ; > All 'kinds: of shovels, :hoes, ,rakes, .lawn :,mowers, '''c cultivators! spades f handles" grindstones j,; !anvils;,, \ '|; ] v* ; rM .

; : .. : : ,
; cold chisels. Paints stains varnishes colors oils I lead brushes. Bath 'and .
':M I' '. 'l' :; ''' \' :'\:''':' M sledge, ,., : ,, ,,. tints, 'room plumbing -;''' ;'$ ./ :. : ; :': ", ;& (. ".,:" ,

' ;; supplies: Our" harness saddles whips 'collars '. halters 'robes w Ube, in: soon. : ': lij ', f ''.. h
:
( :', ,. \-:::. ,. .ti'i';.': : ,; ; : ; ,),:" .: t; : ;

\ 2; '. ". _",::' '.:' :}:. : We' have sand,:' lime, :cement, rock,.,plastico, };lath,' shingles,..doors, .sash*,;:all- kinds .of',roofing: :; ";; :,. !: i r 'l tr. ' .J :r: ':}r l:

: '':., There is: no ) m nails the 'we sell 'thgm-", have to keep them tho. Screws bolts I tVi "
. .! (;1- : ;< money ; vyay , ; ,, t.'r. ;--' *! 1 '

. 't. i:;: ': > ..y.:: ;:: screww. eyes, :screw hooks, :glazier :points! 'hatchets,;: axes, hammers. ;\screw'' drivers,!.putty, :;.knives,,''t C1C'', ', ,.. ,t ".\ : +" . >A-,. ..., .

.
; fl.hammers.'JEyouwantsomethirigJhat"wedo'nothaveyou'Will.s, : ', : ; nseus. ;, '. ' ,', J..J;' ; ,:
.: : : ; v i i' '" :, >: ." ..\
'
" ', J" I '. 'J' .! I ," .t' .' 1II'r! "j r".",{
"
.
**' !o... '" . '. ,1\. :.. l .f., .
Ji- .. / ,
"
t'
,"(. ,J..;,.',..r-\':... i:.,. .,...'..."".".,.I',,'' ,:. ...::4; ;". \ '. :." .."' " .,' ., ,,-. "'I ,w'. .,! .J.. " 0 "" ... 'r "'IIo';<1 I .. .".

"".\ ,'r.,.,+;! :'-.....-I"."';;\,, ....'...,.,'',.. ,. "I.'' '), . A, Giyjys" ," : ; A. TRIAL', ; ." ,. ,' ". ''... .," 10-:..:V.. .. ., .._',. .,.'. ,-.J... ,t.-)"(j.I') .,1_, ,)' I;MA. ? \ i.4 ",. ,".. '
\ "
,
J'" : .ir.'J', \', i (
''" : t ';
.
; : .
1'" ,... ," .' ., : " . :\\.t\.. ,;" .:: \\r;; ; _\ 1. ;. .:.
.a ... '. . .. ... ..t.,,: (1 .., \" ,,- ... ;. .
. *.Ji - ,,. ... '. .. <'t.'.' J

1 t-: I'' \ ." 1 1:,I ... : :.. .."'- /." ..' .. ..,' .' ." ..; .\''\,''.:' J< ",\,.'. \ " '. .

\' ; : : < \ . . :. ... : :;: ,"' '! ' '_ _
< :
.' '. '. .1, < ,.{ .
1 : r ,
'If.
"
! ', I "" 1- t.' '.'
I'
, .. I."I'N'S'J'l, Tf&DN' ;' ,G Q O.-.M'.p, : _- f 1" "' ,1':. ftJ
,",'. y y J. r f! .. N'l' '-*! .. Y. "

"' 5': ,, ,' : - "' ' N' ." >, ';' 4""! ., .... ,; ..; .;,;-', ; : "'; :.'.'>i:
I ,,''W : ,- ""l , : ; 7 'J ; ..
: \ ' R :D RI G" PRIEQJI'\EN'T! l" J 1. ''.:'' 'rr {
.. .. ... ;, 1i : .. ..: : '
, Jj. '. .. '" ,If': t .. ... l ( .. . " f' ''
:
.ff" '. . $;' .,.J',,, ;. ''<,.. 0" : ., . '.0 <;:' .. --',. ,. "' .. Ii>- ..-.. -'" ..' .. ,.I", f.... _f-i: .:I..' ....' ,e .. 1 :. .u.-'r.... ,'", .' f .. ..i itv*" ,I.I..!,;. 4j. .I.:.'

. - ,- "y ."'.' ,
.. '
,, '
', ,I ' &&Jj : (r.
.
r, ,r r 'SJ. V




"[* 1
; ,,

'.
'rf' I

PAGE !.- THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. 1DAY SEPTE..a : {.


a ,.. ,

h ill e' win sldpp.d.f. om near Orlando Houle shill. j b.ftOJU'f'! p.sy e..em'.'> bill or jIvj5>JIh A.

A p r EXPRESS AND MWSREQUESTED :'' .: alone. ,* 1" "::*> 'v. ;Notice" of; flection.U loins> ..*,lutlon.. All bifla or Joint BaSaluOoaaliaweit

,. The foregoing information, 'wm* .. I I so tb*aball rvapantlv be I aignee..,Hoiiaea. by.the and pneWns Wf** Seoraun ofieerof -- :pIIYBICIAI'i BIER

CWGRIFFINh :: :: gleaned from the man who knows, I 'W'-.1k Tbtt '"f the Heaate and th. Otorkoi Si House

I: : TO HELP one who. I.I 'in the business, know .(;01111I _vi.fegWslagetfWIFIoN.a; 4 pi>>1 aepl.'V, .*' "

when andhow'toplant, and'consid-"" did ua.a >i**'Joint. Beaolataoo p.--... TIM vwtea oaat la compliance with aairl pro
,' f I a menu to ClIo' 'Ow abt site SioBBd Ban rWaajBlaragsns -
I Stapk'a.A'Flety :;....,...-. ers it',one. of the profitable.crop, a. nod UM MB uasttuet.lo..edt t veSsof and reluraresisMeleofof..bsIl. l sjjiHCil tit
Now is,the time> to BOW"your, let- .... (irtbiof. nil Ux m< habewbt toeec'b t *sg rogn lento,and n OaM&"S are

L' !.tueeseed lit-flat, and later, when the 10001) that th.TOUM ......Id J p roy fta h, law .for general el_.. a.the ,
WlTlfTHE'.UNQ SHOW EXIWT lutlowi . WwiN '
V
r soared "
w open tbeliJouruln. ;,
: GROCERIESFree : plant have-1 i reached' '.u \\clent 'site Pi 1'Md11 | ?
\ with ih. >7..and n.y a he. aI i ,
:v-* .:. ; ,, -... plant .them out in< the open' garden j I $bp diddarm 'C''bt divot th.I tot my hand PI1YSIOraloa.MYtaPi
"
that time. the, Joint BeaoluMona 144 C to the is.Stat.of YWHurror.f.rf.-- .
'.I .... as by season will.be' of tb* se.tea the Oeneral Blaotlon I. ....m.ber. rob the 'w..tr4 |
.
: COMMITTEE SHOWS . !
TRANSPOR .
far enough advanced to keep the sun IBIS ; ,, I )
COMPANIES front injuring. the plants. Following" I NOW. THKRBFpRE., t CtATCBAW. 'Ia&, {
: Delivery to all Parts TATION' :WHERE; rOBD.. the Yi// yf ,
out this male of Flori '. ,'. .
plan, you will have lettuce da,do".nttt'r.o.a&:: t ,

: .of teutyT"E IT IS TO THEIR. ADV ANT,, for the market in two month. from , ., GENERAL ELBCTIOM.! In Court ofCounty ;Judge I State of WATT1TeL t

AGE TO, HELP WORK, this time;, or about'Oct.. 26, sor,,says will be held.Iri eaoh county In Florida on Ta**. .Florida of Osceolau: D
I the trucker. Oar next auooeedlnr th.- Bret Monday IB No County 1 R1N A

From this information. it 'Could. vt' ber..A D. IBIil$: Ih. said Toeeday being the Noise....... R..". "1' '' u. 'IOSTEOPATHIQ,PIIYAII
- -."-' ".-- --'- - looks niTH: w nab t
that BAT Or NOVEMBER, nerebv given, whom It
if lettuce
7 It' begins'to Kissimmee seem could be'raisedin may
Phone WI .
..
for'tb eon. ... that on (be anth day of January. A. l>, Residence ,
", f'b *++. +H.' i 1 1.I I''..< < .. *++++ and Osceola. county would have an this section at great profit.) .. Joint Beaolmtlon* ratification propoalnf or rejection amendments; !f "..*said toIbs lyii.1, bell apply to She Honorable Ue*. r Office phone 88 >; ,3'

exhibit at the Chicago Land. Show; Slat -gardens are becoming, quite ConstiawMoa of th, Mais of .{florid*.vtaM r,or bla suoooseor la.offln, Judge of said '

which begin. the last week in No.. popular, and. perhaps by even ..an A JOINT RESOLUTION Propoalof.. Amend. OonrtasJudge charge aa Admlnlatralor of frebale.the for a.Leal of die 'Rooms 3 and 4\ Kissimmee.- -"
other Orland it.e. havean meat la .rtlol*V of VonattUitlon of eatale Ury State Bank BI4R !?
t.QRAYSTO : vember. If an exhibit is not madeIt season can the T. Stanfordaeceaaed. ;, and that at the earn J
will not be the fault of CoL Andy abundance .of this choice edible pMmBt.Hut of riorlda Relative)-t* th-*Judlolary" D*. .time shall.. preeent to th*said Court my Dual. i -.?. i-a, '

chairman the Board 'o.f for;their tables even during the' "off Estate.any 1
Johnson, of xsxys3r
B.D.WIENENCA. ,,
B*U Reeolved by;she Ixislatn.r ot the Stale iR. B. ? ,
IPII au rat riul Trade .committee to Jook{,''after this season. Reporter-Star. rot rjortda p v-T ; : : - :w:;a. SRAtS a* i
,,' enterprise.Col. That tits tolwIsg'am.ntlr..t. to'Article V AQWlnletraat. UAN T
.,' /'12.60.l' "toth. CITRUS SEMINAR.A of Ihe OoaaUtutlOB of th*8taM of Florida relative Datedjcly: -.a:A. D.. leis >, a......... : ,VETERINA : ,,
to $60 per day. Johnson reported progress ,, I to the udlelarvDepartinevt, to b* num ,' STOCK TREATED FOB
"' .'Board"o.f. Trade Monday evening.He ( rod Section U of MId,Article V b and ah. ,
week month. will beheld *'
'Special by or : Citrus Seminar at I '
.. Notice of Administrator.rfU DiSPAe5C2 t
? ha. taken the matter with the on*la b..II7.1R'OIId to.said aaall be anbmit . .. AWL .
up the' University of Florida. Gainsville ld to Ih.eleetore of to at she ceaeraleleotltmtob
slate
| ''I. L uuIAa'I'r.! *. L/. "ITOI. Up: :j jM Atlantic .Coast Line and the South. October 7 to 11. The date has been held. OB she Bret Tueedav after Ice Corot< >.fiounUr '....... sate t or riorlda.tat.ofj.'it.bUW. . h.e7 t n PRaFakt
ern '''Express Co, The Colonel told th. drat Monday In D l is. torranaattonorrNeotIop o.o..Ia r. Nul P ,
1 1 i'imi' i n i i'i'M"i' selected In 'order to comply with the towItl't'-" ... r*.| deoejuedt '
.
I them in plain English what he wanted wishes .of 'a majority. of grower Wo 4.. T......H&lI be'anotb.rlndg.ot tho Notice II> IoeNbJo fires. to aU waom It may eon. ,I. . 'r'' F,
and he told them-in such a forcible heard from. Cirmilt Court ol Oaral County ia addition to earn that oa th*Z7th day of JYearyA.D.ltlt 'DRiN.L..BRYANj;{ . .:\<. .
way that there is ground to hop the Circuit th* .elreul I* which aaldottuntyt. I ehall.mpljrto U>* HonoraMe Oeer.Parked .: \ '.
hundred Iwasti.dtf _
; From eight Inquiries reJ"cently of told '
Court
gneh additional Ctrauit fodn aa Judas tori .
Probate '
+ that there will be something more 'issued ''from the Experiment: JBdn shall b*'appointed by the -... andeenflrmed Sal. ........' .. admmlatrakor at the e.t.a 01 ,.:. "; _DENTIST. . !
t ; Jt LJVJIZn coming* from. these -companies than Station to the growers] sufficient .y the He.a.... and shall hold offlo Jo*:.. Oliver, d--.t: and that at the. earn (/ . "
a polite refusal to participate. Col. for mi*and llIad.ball reoalv* lbs aam* Umel will pi'niat my aaal. aoeaonta a*admlnta.r .. i ,Squires Building ,' "
number are anxious that the Citrus alary aliowane** for' arpaase* aa other trat.ow or say estate. and uk f their. I Avenue '
,
Johnson'went after them in this way Seminar be held 'and' at an earlier Circuit Jadtes, tat'She.' same abaUbepaid by J"" -JJ I" ,," WILLIAM UA {New York ) : .

} ) He told them how anxious. the Boardof d.te'1n .preference'to a' laterdate'ad.) th*County of Dnval out of tb*general....*...* bs... .....1"-,A. to 1.12. ,.Adml. tor.tiAimeimo. . Sf, ''CLoUD''I' 9: swtiDl
:, .... ... sy "
H.shall -
ser.aa Trade is to make an exhibit of the heretofore -- 7 have all tb* powers ,. r.' .' '"," .\ . c ..
/ an th*dulie text or b .
ar* may .
P ) t product. and possibilities of. Osceola Moat of the replies request a pro.. lda.n.ed.p.ereform preaeribed by Ui* Conatltation N;_ ajJ1'I"'N' Itt. '( 7j: w..SIMPSON* 'r"'
county ''at' the' Chicago Land Show that:, will deal' with ."Grove by .Saute for Circuit Jodcea,and. mil statute* DR"I.. ,, .l ,
,
gram '
L and how .uch an exhibit would be Fertilization Cultivation .Citrus DisJ: coooeraiDS Circuit Judge* aball apply to him. A.. ,OreUswaw* .Prorldlma; ...- ... Par ." .\ 'f" :{
BuUon'ol'Uiebudneeaor thdlreult .. .. .. DENTI8TTjp.talra
( meat .f aM .a. >at eM GalI
Real Estate bound to elicit interest attract'investment eases, 'Citrus' packing and ,Citrus Court.t htTal Cooaiy:: botwson Mis two ClrenMJudganaod ; N.N.._--" Rcapeetlvelr From .f '

i ; : and ia the course of event Marketing. These are'( the 'topicsvita' tbe allotment or amlgamsntof i ,On* .. Slz rr lawlMlr. ... for tftw : In KM* Building: '; WJ at atOFFtoi
and nvafd t.
:( .. I J bring I patronage' ;.to' the transportation '',to. the best interest ,of citrus d.mitten r...,.trio.,".CMM.......to or ho djad(..d ,ahall donlded.b*_o*II''rollea > I .MeatoaaBtloie Prvrtaiaa fee......!. Meteal AarolmtlBsr and Am, Ho7asi' ', a, 18. to It"F',

t companies. and the or mud* wboa. .oeaaury I b!y\II. Jnds* b. !
growers ,, program'will deal Me e Traateee; and, ttffutmf Their f.30 u ',
He alluded to the 'fact that the of laid Coon who iball bar* tkaoldor) oonmb- 'natlewv 1. on ? -.., . -: No."J" '. "6.30I.J.: lJR "
' in particular with such question and Telephone ,
r. : ell/no la fiats at the tlm' Such additional Wr- "
t : "KIS$ M"BS: receipts of the Atlantic Coast'.Line in away to- meet the: conditions cud Jad. aball welds. in Dnal. oo.... BE TBF.TH IT ORDAINED J CITY..OF BT KISSIMMEB.THB COUNCIL' ... ;'.1;

; ,FLORIDA railroad company at Kissimmee for throughout'the'citrua 'growing section a) JOINT RE8OL.CTrOK Propaatsg an Amendimrnd 1 So\lonI.' It ahall b1 the duty of : :', (.. w.. CARSON" :; ",;
the past year were $400.000 and that of'Florida. > ,' W Aruol* IS of th* ConeUMlton of th* the ''Council to provide annnallr for : ',: I. '
*Ii the receipts of the express company ,ttiat of fio Id., Helatlv' to Kdneatlon. to b* the I payment the 'Interest onthe ... ST' i"( "'
The program is'now,in preparationand \ Knowu aa Heotion 17 o, Bald' Article) Provld- sixty oronUasory.. notes styled "o.n, DENTI .fl, ,
were $75.000. He said the people of wfll l be published at. an- early lap for tha unuane. .of. IluDd.-"" Special Tat oral Note*." numbered respectively '. ': .-f ''' ', 10'

u Kissimmee were'willing to help the date. *"' .. i Bohook,Distrlcta, for the Ezaloalv. Use of from One to Slxtr.l Inclusive; and for Office over Col.'.JeWelryStonR1', ; ,-,.f;
transportation companies increase Public Free Schoola Within Such School Ottrict *- the creation of a alnkln- fund for lbS .
S.IlgBUIIOCKREAL .It is desiredthat each'and ,, and tb. Office Hours 911'r,
every Anthorlatns Levy of a Tax to redemption ot aald note.. : !: .
their earnings, if they, the transportation grower get the full benefit to be derived r VraM<. aiaklncrnBd. th* Payment Sec'ol' Immediately ".:Issuance .* Office phon J68' .,
.: companies showed a disposition from the 'citrus i n. InM".DOI Redemption of snort Bond. the said YOot;} : the .
investigationsnow Residence'B3Cas \fi .
:
by sending .. heck to help pay conducted I; Be It Heeolved by th* lelslalur* of. the San Council shall appoint ,by resolution to ,. .. -: \ w \ ,,
at the State
Experiment otFIon b. ''recorded In the Minutes, a Commit. administered for traction of teeth'.
.. for. an exhibit at the land show.!' Col. . _' ... "
.
Station. furthermoreeach tee of three
ESTATEExamination persons ,"who shall he free
Johnson. believes that his,,letters will Thai the fofowl.g-amdnmsat to Xrtlel 11 holder of' the '

.' ;.--.----- bear fruit. nile has also consulted grower contact and can,, conference gain much with;by, personal his- fel. be tb kn*.Oonitltntlon.w. ..Hvolton of 17 tho of sakd State AnloT of Plo.. ha.Ida.and to ''Truate of the City General and Not.be..."styled who .DRGEr, : i4I Ki It' 'f'/1$
j ah4ll each bond
give
.
-runnlnsr to the :
li with some o.f the real,estate men and th same ia hereby agreed to,a nd ahall be sub- of.
INSURANCE low l Mayor -
and in ,
those theCltx with aufflctentauretleS.
growers i engage' milled to tbo elector of the Stele th. i 't"\
: next
has found. that there is a willingnesson research' citrus subjects., anent election of Repr.Diellrre.at to b* held In/the.-.um of two thousand "a. DENTIST-' "]

their part,to contribute; he thinks Because of these benefits the "cit In tho ye.rA. 0.1B12 for ratlflcalloa or rejec tee dollars shall, conditional faithfully that discharge the said; true-the OFFICE OVER OSCEOLA PBARIILCyOfiic' jvf

: : of Titles a that the County Commissioner will' rue seminar i* planned and every Pun Heo.lr The", Leglilaiure'may- provide. forPpeelal"Ls trust confided to them, and to' pay Ho.af.. in Wa-W i
help .also. School over' and duly account torallnD of '
: grower in Florida is urgently'requested blutrlat to 1m* bond for i
; The"members of the board who. to attend. the ..0111.... on*01 free arhoolswlehlo money that shall com into?their. :J\ o w-OO.P,.

e :: '. '" ,.Specialty.CorresDondenc ., heard the report made by. Col.. Johnson The'University of Florida. offersbetter .any r auch a majority!special! of the flax qualified School Oletrtot.elector thereof wheoT - 'hands Hoc.,'by I., reason All funds of oOI:3d such! trust: to- pay ; ' OOIII

were much encouraged over the facilitiesthan heretofore for. who are frMiholdera. shell vole In favor ol said Interest and sinking DERB SHIRE, MD4 ; r,! :
the ....._ fund'ahall! b* paid over by th* Marshal B .
SoUclt d. prospect of being represented at the t. of such bond. ( , ;
({ such a meeting.' Three new buildings .. Wh.o.rwaoy.uob special Tax Srhool Dl.- and ,Tax Collector to the aald )
has been
? Chicago event. This one ; '
have been completed and 'equipped tries has voted In favor of tb* laanano of ancb Trustee, and the aald Trustees shall i Special their :
of the r I few successful Advertising of the monies ao. receive the attention. ''given
to
very during the past. bond, a tax not exceed rap mills on the dol interest. t ,
v enterprises on a big scale that year. and cordialThe tar' In any on. year',on tb* taxibl. propon.IIhl. on the 'aald ''General Notes," : I treatment of. Women and : ,
,
be the best ever held a wi tnth.dinrloNotioa for... .......0.bond and shall Invest the residue In good .
".>> 3X f- have been put -successfully.. It is coming' '' .seminar promises'to; hall .bv levied. la _rda_with law proyidIUR i securities to b* held a. an aoeumula t.& Children f' .' :: ,
conducted under the auspice of the for i he levying of to brooms a land tire fond for the redemption. of said ,
invitation Is extended to
FLORIST "Back' to the Land" department of interested in citrus culture.every' one' for tion Ih of*such pavmont bonda.l of. th 11"e. : rait and redemp notes'Bec. .f. In cue of removal. for causeor Office'over" 'Citliens Bank' r.SONS'18[4 L

? .*,' the Chicago Tribune. The members resignation' death of .u.3moepd v'1
: September 6. 1912. "* .. 'npolni' Amendmcnia Section One I '. or ot .r .
feel also that they were fortunate. In : ( ) said Trustees,, the Council shall fill the '"
..
Cut Flowers and Floral DeBiarns RUIeen: (16) and Seventeen (17)I of Article l ,4
;ter, vacancy. f'
; ; selecting Co Johnson on the comm'lt.tee. .pbrew 18)) of the Ooimtitation of the Sate of Sec. I.. All Ordlnanoea," 'or "parts r.A. VANS. ;'O"B-w ,w..oa.wra. .
; for all occasions. to provide means for. the exhibit.He Truck'fann for Sale., lorlda. BelaUortome ....1.1.I"f Authority thereof In conflict herewith be. and '1

Potted Plants and Roses a, i. going;at the proposition a '' of the Btate of Florida. . the name hereby repealed. ,;VIN1t NEW 1k CR2lW1r0 ti)) ,
secures 'six-room A'N ;
No. 467.- 4
$3,000 LeclaUture '
.' :- a Se It Resolved by tb* of the S. ... J. M. .
r specialty.. t> business like'manner.M.rrlag'of cottage located.on I lot containing' two. of Floridatv '- '- President' t1o.1l001l.. .AW'
A1'TORNEYS-AT
MBSBBmaTemmmmBmmBBmMMBmnjBjamBBBBBmam* That lb. followingAmmdmenta to AectloaOne .Attest-: (Seal), / t;
r : acres of land.'within three block of '
I'bon",sai MISS' JEAN CALDWELL, Miss 'Edith Plummer; O H. beotion/ BI"_. (16))aad Heotloa 1 8ovn- J R. OILBERT.Clerk .' Q1t .1, tot -ti; "!
.. the center of the city. This. a fine teen (17) a* amended, of Article Throe (8) of City of )Kissimmee, Oflleee'!{".44. itliene'. Bella/i.;' ,;

s . The ,following. clipping from the garden propc>> .'With-two' artesian the CoaatltoUon of the State of Florida be. and At r'j.1.J! .I. 4th day of September.N.C. Kleelmmla [ :-Pgeylj: { '

." . Benton Harbor '''Mich.,' News will be and well. on the property properly they ate baiaby agreed to, and shall be propoaedand -A.- BRYAN ," -.. t:. ,I 'f1tH
.
eubmlued to *blctor of this - \ .
1, read with great interest in Kissim-i cultivated crops should pay for the state for approval redMtlos at tb.next !fOD' Mayor. City, ,. of Kissimmee..', D. G n:: ",It: ;

; .' ' mee thehome. of Mrs. Plummer themotller'of place, within two yean.. A cash. propo. ..election hereafter, that ia to eay I 17.1t I 1 ,.:
..J W. THOMPSON Miss Edith Plummer; to sltion. .' Motion Ono (1) of told Atuel.Thtoe(5).lialbe ( ) .a ," j' r

; .. ,, whom. especial .reference' Is made:' v 18-tf 'H. BREAKER & Co. Section amended 1, (1)as Th to.read Leglalallt a* follows authority_.of Notice; for'Publication.. .' : : '

.. ,
!., '"The announcement. ,of the 'marriage .. r thin Btale.h..ll he veeted In a l/wUlatare oonintlnc Department the Interior.U. 8. Land Office, at 'BunJc

of Miss Edith Plummer daughter fire Signals. of a senate and a Hone of Repreeenta* (Oalnnrlll florid. Aninul 17. IK.:* Office StsB.o11 : .. '
I f" !Notion .
''FUNERAL"DIRECTORJUGBN3fiD tlve. and shall be dealf nawdL THE L.KUIHLATUKB hereby a-lven IhatJorrr N DIxoiC ; :
::., q'J' :, of Mrs, :A. Plummer and the late OFIHB STATE 01'FLORIDA but the nf Alger, Florida, Mareit in, lull,mad ..Xi.G
, ,,'. ;,i', j. '" """ 1..:; "',' ,1, Attorney ..AI nzo. Plummerv of this, Ward Nq. 1. Central portion of. city peopi.reeerve to thmtolveapower to propoee Homestead Entry Serial: Nn. OM<4 for Nf4 of t .,, .
f'';' I',..' l ", and : \ I. ; '' lsrince blast laws and amendmoai to the Constitution ofIh NWkiMoUbnyr.TownHblriSl/ ronth. M "
+. .; city,1, and Mr. Horace, F. ,.oj, one long pf whistle. .
.,Jt.. 'Iiit<.:, ._ '" State, and to enact or reject inch laws and "-. Tallahaaae MerMlan, bat Si.4nniceof F. KR1BB J: ., h;: 1
'i'" Grand Junction. Colo.. ..which takes Ward No./ 2. North Kissimmee, two. amendment at the poly Independent of tbeIxclxlatnrer Intention" make. final' flvo year proof, toe*. 3.'.,,A+}:*;
EMBALMER .: place on September 4r at 3 o'clock in long blast of whistle. and alao.temrve at their own op tabllth claim to the. land above. dH...... b*. 1
\:' ;; ',,,, ...,,\01.<'"'"-oo''' the afternoon at Grand Junction has Ward No.:S. South Kissimmee three lion the power.to approve or rajeet, at the poll (or*the Clerk of the f Ironlt Court at Klaalm-: ATTORNEYAT: : LAW r. ice',
t a.y.ci. Item or aeoUoo. of any ......or reeolation tees, riorlda. on the 2.Hh dav of heptember a ,
Oppoalt Courthouse reached local friends 'Of the ,young long blasts of whistle. 8-tf of tb* Ixiclalauir 1912. Examinatloh\ of Title* ter
Mrs. 'who is tZI. Th Ural power reeerved by too people OlalmaBt 0. t ,
couple. .Plummer, a : 7r"'i: ?' Notification'and
B. H. payment 'if'nonresidents
the loutatlva, and twenty (*) per centum of Uny Florida. ,
fit 4tk guest of her'*son- Attorney Harry .. No. 472-Truck farm.. This property the(legal, voter'sail have the right to propose W.O. MoClellanil. of Wbtuler. Florida jrivejn. \ '
FLORIDA Plummer and family of 'Bellview the lecialallv and (J. H. Partteu,of "".r" PI"rt..... .
KlftBlMMKB e > adjoins city )lmlts. 'jult..outslde, aay meaaore. twentyvt6areeutnm ) .attee e. tr.l> all
Wllfis ,
J'.j in"a' few be aball have the right to propoauauendmanla B. K. \ ,of Alter Florida t
leaves day., to present where will not have to < ,
'
city > 't ,
you pay to the CoB Utntloa by petition '- iiKNHr .. CHUBB.' ti.ii tit rr ? Dig'i.. ,, ;>..; .
",, .' .. ., celebrate tialawhlch. will be simply taxes, contains 61 acres, fine-, flowing aud every such petition shall iaelud. the talls.x :RevUter.NOTICK. ., '\
Miss Plummer although well splendid soil and in high state of *of the, measare-ao proponed; ROBERT Q .. ( "

_<'' $ making her' home for. the past four cultivation. Can be bought: at a bargain (S| Tb.and second It power be ordered reeerved is ;tb. Refer- .. / \ '"
>
.ff 31'01 2M1ACl'BperMonth eoiiam. may except a*to ,ZI9
W :; ., ye4rs in the South., is well known .price, \including present growing Isws neokaaary for the-Unmediat preeerrationof . Te tW .t_khe>l.eraFlorlda .Klaasssi / < ,,',.". "
I" ;..,fr,' here having made this city l1 home crop, on easy term. of. payment We public paaoa, hoalih and safety either bvpetition ..- River l.... C.. t NEY'', :,1 ,."

if\;,| !( t7' "" "'I ,,,'. ........ _. I...,.. f.......'''0.'..; ar.aa for .,,,umber of.year: She graduated will Introduce you to the owner and you the. .lal*voten inoa,or by br'the Lerlilatarei<*II) per osmium. of You are hereby notified ''that a ,: '?.1'I. ;.

rf.Isy' wall t..d..b..IL d. BalB-lrHKatl., from the Benton Harbor college, can deal direct with him.. This property ) Tkep.rana.oflegal voter b. special the Florida' 'kI.: .the. .stockholdersof I. .K't:
; ; ; .... ...,. ......a'.trlot. tJ River Land
;
' v d., .... ..... and 1 attended the Michigan Univers-i 1. desirably located, splendid. soil. anda elated shall b* baaed upon, she total number company will"be held at Klaslmmo.,
,
'JJ V tbe teat
) ot vote cut at general election
) > ; r
maker. Florida on Friday 10. ,
t t .A'L trace ewe six ity and normal later graduating money Sept. Jell, at
.
I. ",, .",,". j .. for the Hate officer renetvlog tb*nlgbeet number the knur 49 A' .lAnlr t .kpurpone lox 1MJISStu&
. M.BaKAKEaACo. P b t- -
-- -
S4.tr M. --- b
.
,' r, i:' '" Of''; :. ... _. Zlpc, from the Emerson college of oratory H1 of vote east at snob e action; of Considering>> .and adopting
,.. J..". .t... 'f1, j'.." . (III) All petition. *anbmltted ender lb. ;
!' 1: ItY1.k 1:' "' ..4 at Boston. Mass;; Mr.-..Prince: is- a p "------- powerlallb the following resolutionResolved : WAi
j( ul the laltiative .b knows aa "1aIU.,"'. '
," AIF.''\. '" 'y.y ' \ r .A n graduate of ,the Cornell .University Keep( Your lye on "rine L" ,. petition," and shall be old. with the secretary. to" -.the Governor; that- application1 b* 'mad y''
for letter
jo! .
r. and, own a large 'apple orchard, of Btete not lea the* tour (i)mOBthi preoad-. patent on -
amendments-
,..'X. ?:,.": ... '. .. known as the' "Bailiwick' Ranch" in Watch: : the sale of. Iota hi- this new" .measures.ding the ao.date. proposed of.Inlection are to b*at voted:which upon We, charter. of the. Florida the charter Klsatmmee of the ArroENrrs AND A1., tAT

,. :1 Colorado Grand Junction where resident sub-division. "PINECREST, River Land Company aa follows LAWPraetlMla '
\ ; . \> Jj [ near and all petitioni submitted under th*power ofIB to -
\ ",'..:r ,:. l' 'W TheYh they wilt{ make their home',' Mr. which has only been"on"the market a Referendum shall be- known-Eerermk. watt;That. Artlol., I. of '';'the said eba'rt.r' aU UW Oeura e!
iff' few day with the record of SIXTEEN dam Petition."and aball be lied with thoSecretary the United Stafam,
,
.h.reUrn'
{ visited with friend be
1 Prince has amended-to
read follows d
sxa
,, : The ttthe
: F I . of ataw not more than sixty'SO)day I
lots sold the first
several occasion TWO days name of this corporation shall ...
< being aguest after the final adjournment of the se.elo.of,,
..,: ( iiI .Thayer' home in Fair Plain. These .lot are on a high elevation, th.. ....,..la.a.I1"! !cla shall bar peaked them National Land of Company and Ita prln' sal lei,..,
ATLANTASEMKWEEKLY clpal bualnoew.
\ : :' Most.sincere wishes of continued happiness affording a' splendid view ofthe city; gp *' ; a referendum. U applied: ,:,! pUea, : shall beacasonvllle - > & .
: the 511u5Of a Referendum Petition agalnit'
t icleeVI.
{l the
*I
and offered for next
: thirty
are day That
be
t > '' amended to pad
and prosperity -are 'extended any item, or Motion ol any set, or resolution,
<'; ;I them from Benton J1arbor"friends. at price ranging .from; $70 to tlOO, 90 hall BO prevent the remainder. stockholder -
and
/ effectiveT. tie an '
of vimSecure becoming *
term .
'j very easy payment; r..u4arf
After"attending the wedding, Mrs II I -... or amendment to the ConStrtatUm nuat meeting of the re -
: ( AhTTOSE
, desirable AND'COUNBIUd
< ( two ot these S
one or. sTDSOPOeed tort ahall ba7held
'Jacksonville.
{ Plummer will to California where noder lb. Initiative,
,JdJRNAIlii ( J)!. she will spend go the winter. ,,?'. lots before. the price t.I advanced"build any measure so which the Jtafarandnm and Florida; Instead of !.lIlmm... '.Flor 'Will Practice in all
l: 41 f : home and See plld7ahall b* referre.1 to a vote of ida' 'aa. It no wreads. -
,: : you a atop paying rent" fled tiIoet n of th* State, and aball bbe omea''. You are' requested to be presents $tste and Fed.I/P"( ,

r' ""';1'1' J : ".' Lettuce a Paying Crop.,. .4 ,a* regarding' price & tennsLf, .'i;., -**{ law erlvn approved by a majority of the you* '17-'J.. ,-, ""B.i.. ABHLKT..>. .. llee..t.r,. ,.. Office) adjoining
1 The "off season" for trackers i. 'f34-tf : H."M.:..BREAKER & Co;:' cast .threit, and noon. .proclamation'of. the r Citizani Bank t ''At
.. .
; :
] Cad sot
: ) The! .
Biggest 'NtW&na
) r.
; ,. ,. rapidlydrawing..to'ta; and the r.:! T", a (71.TII..Betapower off-the do er.e.shallcoos Choice Vacant loL ,
's'.t': on. i who'produce1 :the good thing No.::466. It'terWnlyli exa.perating extend 10. laiUatlve or ttWerea : the : Doss approved..bY a majority of the quatid.degorI. No. 470-Thrs choice' lot is located '
.. .
!' ; for the table must now bu.y' hlm.elf'.
to see of Making ,
'" an opportunity big,
'. 'ENINS '
.., l I' '" ,(" aetting-'readyfor: fall -prden\n, 'In ,. t retyvatloa'pt'th.'powoiof'the one block-we.t'of the court house on A WOODHAsif' j'
y : \ ,' ': . quick money, and then:not be able to, ) Emmett ( In, ;
_ ,j" ,' *. ..'i" s! F !Vii'/ ''''TbeNlrUlupneefof.n.'At.t..i" .- thinking over, the, different ,kind of |I,i take hold of It: "W. can't buy,all the tnTtlativ shall. not*deprive and Referendum the iegtalaturlof a this"Article laotgbtt !' tion. Ha street ot best resident sec 'til ft M
: frontage 7S feet '
lsmrtaMtf
'' on" N
k: ':'24:: > saota Sem.w..Iy'leum. : I". Vegetables raIsed. ,and the one'''good' .things we see,and we ..willing: real any law propoae or pea any meea.or I ; street; extending back 147i feet. '..SORVEYORSKissimmee '
adapted .to ;'this' Immediate section, 'to ,pas" them" along' to;pur friends *,wnlob may b* eonatatent with the Von* ,
I'$ "r\ U ... 'If will' lend *. atfuillon of'th*Race ..40' the United Sates Few'orange and, grapefruit tree on t
,,: : t'':? .* a y :you a the Yilio.nJ of .a. nice crisp lettuce Her, ft ,snreConeIIS acre*all piatt.land ;
'be make the
; 'O er.'e6"-: bead.cams !lIA'.view. but in,1'imagtnanonalone .'<.'. sale In five *On L.gl.laage.hall. *oltarx*provisions |ot.: On sewer and. water. , line. ,. 'A i
4". .'.1'. lu.: 1 J.a. ," );! *' 1.g.8 "nad11or. $ and ten acre fa*earrriatol.. effeot she provtaloss : bargain at $650.00.:" -- --
,,' i> JtraeU, Joeated within IK mile* of our of this Oectioa %

1 '.. < ;f1.; ': The; :Xtss1mAiee month. since the) home grown'article"" ''" : J passenger'depot, on and In close prox.:Tave Aal*XI Hection!) abaU. BO 8b amended:.... (1gholiild.Artale( Mas U>read aafot"Sctlon I:/'jMtf. 'FI.Mj.' Breaker.-' ., & Co." '

.. ,' ; , ., appeared on the1m&1'ket..; :' 7"N.tho.ugh *'*;-imity to the) bast bard "road In Oaeeola.county. MONEY BAKi
... r \ 18. bob law _...., Whether'by JBig Bargain In a Home.T.
;;
/ T.
if ., ,..f' .. :Florida has Its )! off.seavaona" ;, We are offering thu tract ((9 a .
_: '" ''{ : i 'Yal1eytn"'zetr-I.4. 'Just'.the..same-{ any others tbody.; at.very/attractive. tyricev,;No" the. Leftslauireor*,'shall .enbrae by the bat people OB*under subject th*and Jn.tlaUv Splendid new six room house; Just t.... ,N.w'f rli Syndicate will
,"v
..... ..'1': 't.' ,,"'' ,;;,._... ..,,,_ state;, it %',ii'! 'a >well established fact farther expense"neeeaaary''"to- place It:j a....' *r properly consented Diatewila. which side city limits fine deep well, lot contains aaltwsda. Water xlSUsie.t'rYr.

,".,. ,,11.. h, ,_.It..11< ,'jl that this luscieu table adjunct;is atv((jp/n/ the market In small tract Bee us. nbject shall b* briefly oxvreaMd in the title, ) two"1 acres of ground good new
.
r ? ? w home, so' to speak; in,the soil in this, : ",4-tT -'-";H. M.'Breaker A,Co;; ana till*ao only law|but shall la such be amodea oaaa the: or aet revised, as reviled to lie barn; wagon. ; and buggy shed, and an # ,

t.f(. ))1 tIl l ta } em1c1cy' as .weed .. other. .,section of.the State;t .. .......j er too,asd :: 'iat .shall bre-M:aoWd. andatles [, under good,.new'fence::. Fine location
'J \ . .
,. N..a.- I .
{'JSom.pightt! year or ,more/! ago i'E .)0. :.,. ,wI. tIeotIoa lIah ...J- .of sill Artlals for small truck garden or poultry ranch.

;. t .;Jo m l truckers in this, section" of Orange'. Regular:'Teacher**' Examination will ThreeephWa) .amended (17)mtWTNdesfoi This t.I a fine proposition where) qua -
\ .
t" ...... count)",bega ralaing''lettuee' ]on>> \a ,, be held at the house \ ; .tow-' .V- .- > V>" Af '; ri :4\: [will' bavrthe freedom"of.'the country, 6' . .. .
Tuesday "
i on '
t'II: ,'Y. 'j ..... "' large scale rth.'north.rn'market, court Motion! Kvey"b1U |>aeed by th* Lafla. I yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages -
.'" .tb.Y.. Z' Sept. ad at 9 o'-, lets shall be 4 '
-- read lu tithed Its
: by tat "
I -'- 'L w most' profitable in-,: 'clock a, ......,- Applicants ,will, providethemselves re.ding : either House, n&.:: = oflb. [ of the city, such, aa splendid high E.,, S.>'KIMBER
Something'a toembers ": by school."best'market churches etc.' '
: prma see .
) :FOR I If' the ,.i""or lettuoe with pens, paper and ink; ,to..., x" I7 bi .shall as re.so thr._".Nt Priea il.6kV( '1( .- .
7 : 'N$175.: :: >. '''also, fLC) e ift&tioQ t... A. (:1tI'1 dan, ante two-third of 'tha member 1t'f
.9' ** ,.
: :, i '' pro H.M.'BreakeCdcCo. Exsrrt .. itrif ef
. :,
: : ,: : raising",maybe had, when it- 'stated 32t.. "- .t"" :.W, ''I: eirt when auoh bill. aaay b*''readmitanall. deem 24tf. '? : < ,''\
., ". .. .C ,.: ' on<'the best| of I authority-.that: ,. Mr.' It expedient to dUpanae with thi*.." Kvarv

"?((1. v < .. 'I '. Matthews" of, Fpnno.'alt ..yeat'arnone 'Nice Hone Qose to lak bUlkhallberead' by Hi *eetonoat Ice-... Jfegtetration! Books:; WaicnoaObck..
: radlnaadOB it anal
) manage. OBiaaaoa luaeeond ;
I ._ ., .
.
: \& d'l IIf'r.Siltsrnl' -i his crop' had 'one ,head :that f rartln two-thirds, of the mmbr r '
measured two Sat across, and weighed -./ No.'460-A new 6-roonv.: cottage; tWO praeent ta'"e. Honae when kith blU may be | Thi'R.gistration Books of tha(
111'' ,. ,RI :' two pound and. seven ounce :;large lots.'60x154 feet ,each! :;splendid wish Bending this.rule.hall deem The vote It .on...pedl.the..final..* dispense,paamg ty will be 'open on' the flrt;Mcnda In Jewetry. ,
dot ht''Away
f F. B.'Dale of the Bartlett Gardens well of artesian wafer; fif teent bearingorange 01...*..,.bill or Joint naolntloa tall a taken August And wfll l close'' .the.Iecond I t.. Y
near,,Orlando., was' a largeowner ofr' ; tress .Call and see this .propo> IUd So be metered-....J_..... ; BAN.[ RLIe'a
-J'o:
V. i: Am ** - '. "- ".4.i.:'....,;:.. .... nrdar'.In.October; .Tb*' books:
"... r r' eltlon. IPriaiSLaoo.O i '
? :
.
.
I. II".c.mD.rLOOII
.
-r It eo eoi : 'r9/tf q 1 , eCy{:,' I.. ''............. gar eIIIMk bill kept at 1-1 oftIIe' .. r \ . .. ,j +'

:. : "s). ( : in'f, : < ... Jg' lnt I J1" ", > i. ,..,'". r__aa Malatttswf. :) f. ';8j''? '. V.' ,, ,:KI$8IMMEJ1} LORI
,... ;,.... ... .,., '
A.. .,
: 'ft t, .t I"-t .. >:" wt.
(:!+ ,'\. : ..>r.: c. *' ,. .. _tte. :::. .' ,....... .......-..... '" .'.....,,. ". w., .' ;. p ' ,11./,,, ':":,;: /',c,>>, .. l t
,,
; '
::1. o ....'..... . f" ., '( i-' '..'..4...,...7 .....l4 '. ""' ,; 's7rr : rn.
\ .
.a .
.1 '
of | 1 v, : :.,....!o 1. -f, . ,0//. '''' rI 'l' 1 I L yL '
\: ,,1'1'1' . / '
) I ... ... .. ... '/ "a" Ace I ./1" t \ Ii ,1:9:
.
,
eat *' "/ ,; "" /' e / 0 .
,9. r) t .' j : . ". ..' .ry
J r3' ti i I.,. c:'. ,)i". rt
:
r rf, .F u ) ,:' ,i' rL

,



, '< .--I'" ..'r..i". '.,, ..'.. ,
I .. ." '" \I 1' II> ...,. ' ' p d .ei ,
V ': ,: {t ; rS r
tr. 'f ":'" '\ : ' .rt'.tf '' i
r' .t _! r
iJT/i J-v- }**f" '
M"baby under the rate of Dtremana a..a.

1M ...*. taken Wasoa ....1._
i to their bane In ua.smi.ii sir lnterment. .1 \ -
...; Call was accompanied The State Unfeo officer* and aaper- I
? I ., .... rt4. ,
{ .by Mra. Chaael 'The parenta .have the totendenta for various departmenta .i. .
; The Ladiaa Aid Sotfety el tbs CewietUo -, sympathy, of. the, ,oomoaanlty In. ,their'have at bK bean sent. the year's supply "
Watch the
t\,.; ebBTttb met:loeaday afternoon.at', are..m.nt.:/* ,'of ....."..." They ,have beta hampered :, '. "''r. t ,. ";L 1 III rru!'

d'' tbs ..... of Mrs:, B.;F. ,Rlia. on,New. ".. '. . .A in eoanaaenelng their'work' br.tIIe .t11IrfNlrl.>f ,/ '
) t1L.1ualI
.. ..Csmrd. Wr; W sitar.of Birmlaghae : a
;4" Yolk aT....:, ; ftba ; \ delay. l ia gettlnc' 'tneae }gaper equip I ::
Alabama, wh6 served In eo'O..Id'Q&t:,: l lnisi. who,
..; : ments.vTer" :; buy .
: man
aboat
.tk : : foar oar print
twc yeara
... ran'Wlntw -
Rev, ,
'' Bane; .
:Vol. lot, Je :att>'Dte at> Hper 'd. < .
a:f fa 4bM. tte next taw " "
park:,;will pMa.,.b "aait.Sflndaf. aerate*' { ; ""'__ boss! R.we,00; Mnra4e Walter< '"
,11< ;
; m 8fc Pa 'and brie it .
arebovc, tbh waath.wantofTtaBe i ;:
eodrmiog (atlijiLan I ebru'' liagnnoir : --
:, dre yean and thne' >ntfatha oUr ,> : &i im I. ; .
.
oMPnajHahin.TCeaalaftHtfory
,, .- J1 : = .
'", '. 'tif't: he l '1,...e( .R 1' $r<;T.. Bearl'of chforniamia., i..here. !|'......lIt.St.tiAutwtise 1 tT.i,'........ I ,. r.; s;
Ctood spent/'last Thursday;:ev.ntngat::loobina ov.r"'",his holdings.:; :Mr. Beam j prices and r' fine workmanship.Tba \ ,: I '. .

,.Xanmymede.hotel: ., :. They ,V\iVand) report .albogetherenioyablek. oci. i pertinent t*tttt In.Californlic; thf return' borne:fronva School In',North ,
. ; i 'I' .: ',. ', :
"
Carolina Walter ; the ,j
of; >Fuller i onset .
iF M! . ;1-' . t ;iS. Hi Pullingfrom'Dale.. >JorU :Dakota r" . ... ,,c '" !
P. ... ., rIhaveyet ,
.
members ..
1 MDrtkehu faithful l of the P esbyterfan.ueret7Jn 4 y J.
i .
I' brew In St-Cloud the is'i here for a'abort :rUit.1}and rli Bradentown. ', '. ,I" 'I\ . '" '. .. ). .. ,,/, ",,;',. ", (

.> ,:wp..nn1AAE' oD. s1 l:; penedt fus.:.' st.t:. topping, I at the New"8t t Cloud. hotel'Capt t/ {aa ':treasurer, off. his '.dlatnct'' He'waa when acting the : a 'Large number of Lot distributed {fn dlffient paths "otta;. ,tkttf .brhitlll J.i: -._. '. '

$\ ,' ;toN sod hardware atore her be acciptj" Davidson; .Mr: and ,Mrm Rlef.; leavinghomecame. ,and: it'\waa sometime 'foreums, rangingfrom! $T500 to $500.OOx;:according to' the'location: ., .M .\t,:,, ;:'t t '

\ ;',ed ..position. wits: manager, and 'Ken schhelder'and )..In. Nichola-end dango I b.fore! /financial. oonditiouawer.Aquitethelame . 'l.have. also: some resldence 'property which! Iwould)llke ;to dispose Olt' '''' ,: : .;.

6 I DoDrjtan sold:'to U.",Df Wari"* hatllI ter Dorothy; left:,.on Wedne.da''or.,, ;! vhhouthiecare: Blvn tofV paying rent and buy:some btu this. property: 'and 'own lyour'! own";.h m o; t'jrietrtf. ' .: .

*i' 'continued in,,.the }ama-Boaltionr: No"' ,. few bays!.sight seeing Tampa..'. Cock burn.Barto another'.lnuuatrioue' 'look 'young nd., eo.', We. I, Svill show:you how'easily) it.can be done.: .' '. .:. ;.: .. .... \ l.call l.
". main
as 14.W arin, haa ''opened 'a new ator.L1 I J: ( ,' Mr.:Fuller place ':ooIj .. ,IMMTHth
1 I.
$i.simme.' Mr..Drake will have the : THE: LAWN as treasurer' for .....'.southwestern dla: . I '?! : ::!
;"...aar.ment"ot'that"; : ,t The people of TRIMMED) triet", and la:tr7lnar.to'do justice. to.his : :

(.9ti Cloud regret see Mr,':'Drake leaye i r."..."'\_ 1 I I important office_ .. : iJ'P'ON : ;" I Ij
the'community,. dub' 'I :The TimeS'Unlon giver aspiendld'andpointed : ::Q : ,

., 'Woman's, Improving Appearanceof .. I .:timperan.-I.aeoo".uDder the ,.... . .: . ., ...
;yTb., ..Lidiss' AJd'o the at M.th.born.. E. churchmet : Grounds About Chapter: House. ;title. ")Pietkn.;'- .on 'Jul, :1714' ,1'hepicture .. , ' .. .. . . .:' "

Tuesday afternoon 'of determined sod of shows the contrast between dla- ..
.An able bodied and ,d .
Mra. Howard, Addition. '
o( .Doop's
duskiness baa been' inowingth., lawn of,,,'comfort brought by.unselfish love and ; " ;r ., .' ,. _' . ,.: ; p'I" ).
A.,""F.' Baaa :and 'Bert Baxter were the Chapter,; House this week; ''baa that of ,'any one :who. thinks oily of his .1f
.
.1 among a' few. . who"' _went'u. -: to''Tampa onWadiieaday. hauled away' a"labors ton of hay or' more ee, a |ownconifortlu/orgetting the,fact th t.fduleeDc.l..tb.\ ;: or Unded..verything ,to 'S IIOHJ. .AUITMAN.; Pr. .. Wr:M.'rE EI-L.\Vle.; JHree.! ,4 Mgr, 0.W; Wara8x: ;: '&Trea.:!; ,.

.
result:of his :: The lawn: .looki s

'rJ J ,HUa'Liliah[ 'Prentis entertained\ ati immeasurably: better. '!,. Rev,to:A.make T\ Clark'. person. bead uncomfortable'of'a splendid; OSCEQIJA LUMBERleaning COMPANY : rk ) ; ;
'bou..,:party Misses Mildred :WInn. It I. understood thatthe] ladies of the, : ;.
family' Endeavorers raUfor-
iad the
..
,r\; ,Anna May Lewis and' ..Alyin Bass,: of AvW.X.; are: going to 'trim the whiskers ,,, tune to' have ,a"'fall',down'ataira last "' .l.Vfi4.- Novelty. ; ,,:
Wks . . ,
,:; ICIssimmee, and on Tuesday evening enjoyed of Lbelr'fruit,trees next,:wbl "U? "week but' providentially .ultll'a in : : .'
I :j strip on horseback to St..,Cloud.jThe .' at 'they"".' going to bar the /r .- ',": : : 1',
; Spanish: moss removed Irona the)imbs nothing' 'r. allyl. a.rlou'' : NeitherEeli.Clark ' ,inI '.
f!* Fife and 1?rum Corps.turned oetTueedjyevening of, the fait trees t1at.ntlnel/1b.: 1 or any o? )his family seal to ever Q. .' ,f r

.* : and "serenaded E...f. ground'' of the club house, and ,they let Endeavor,zeal lag 'l4ol'&lI1'an 1' ,bride avol': West .Palm Beach;. no, matter If' the ItA I'
\ << his ,on Maryland contemplate Betting out more trees and ] .
'
Weather Is acting" in' pf : Il f j .
extremes .j,
:", IK< On Wednesday, morning. ,the Infant otherwise. beautifying,the grounds. I" '. some Iii i
kind., That is the kind I of.workers. who I 'f :- "
'' eould-tbeimade'oneof the :
,'aon of 'Mr. and Mra. .S, H. Cull aged This spot I the most mlaaedJf, .f g.
are
anything; hap*
k.. +eleven: months; died :at the home pf most attractive 'In Klasim'meei with, a I "
!}.: '"(Mrip.;, Chase,:where loin Cull' haa been tittle .systematic work. and a good''deal pens, ,that they be laid tells a while., 1: .
The of :
Reporter-Star a large
t. '..tayJn.Jo. .1 wekrao: :, w.bUe' she had of, care,' lit ../ l',masquerade party recently.given by the 1 t&Q.3 :-

.. '" !4; n_. . !.!!!! ", Misses Ella: and ',Sarah Slagg- Oij >: b.fia:: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ....: ,I,If. yMud

f ..I . j lands There,'were -sbout,'fifty grfests . tf.f',
.. t ,"; ''I present: and the 'costume were hovel. a ''If l .' ... ..
/
(
f I prize being given to the seemingly most s 1 .!:' ,fir. (,"', :4i
J original 01)*),' Vve ''often1' read of maequemda \: ::

; Cool, ,Stylish 'Summer Frocks II ball., but 'their description doe. B1deaI1K..witb! Q8 you will b.u>utoe.tJn.t.rfh.t'rciuwMit; and. in i ii .p clftt d tiiuer b .td. .. WE WILJiSAVlf ) "
tl not end like:,that 'of th..aoclalln"Orrtando. : ,SAVE YOU from }O to 1ft PER C.E1jT., W* are locate |on private: .witch ind load directly! Into cmn.,
Refreshments.were served ;.at "
) o'clock,and wen OSCEOLA lAJMBER'CbMPANY Inc., wrSSIMMEE. ; FLOPIDA
'W..have Just received some chk new styles'ln' 10 games played.1 ;
.
,
. . ; : \ .An 'interesting. show of ,brotherhood . .'- .. .

Children's and Misses : U that of Jacksonville CongregationalIsts 1 1I ., . ,
I
holding. their ..rvi .. In the Jewish ; ' :
; :;.. r T.lv
;) ; : ;
;SUMMER :''DRESSES'' synagogue while tbeir.beantifuf sew . .. .. _. '
,
Q ; .
church Is being' pl.ted.Eft.., + wN--N, +i+r r+u.K.
;1 : deavor ;meeting la. .held .each Sunday : rn :: :
: Smart \Styles;. in ,1 Dressy\Frocka eyenjng.} :. Surely this aojonrn for religious -j O'D' Ja spat. five?>e'yQutstidn and d' we e .'be, I l,
., . aervlces In" the'church 'of.ancient 1':8' THE 'mITL'E"GO'_ ? answered by a i tilia authority' ; ,

made of Fine,QualityPpre ; history must be something'worth havIng .4,, ., The.TI. LE;.C1J ARAN9, ,: ,
'" 0. "
; '!r. "
; -, and remembering by the young people .. ; ; ; .. "
Linen and White'GbodsT:'\ and.those of more years.' i will'search and examine the titl.to''the .land'\which' you:are aflouttfr purchase.;lei. .. ;* ;
... .. QjCeola oawfy.'or-elsewhera in Florida: ,and.if fOUDdjtG.ba', : \paod. will\ puaranltitf ,
'Kil" \+ L a1y dk : "'1\1.\ ', .:...M'cwI;, Mlaa., filaa' ..n.lnoehlctJy.. w ,her -
home society at Starke,' and also aecre* you oladzsllol8'by reason of mortgages !lone! unpaid .azeq'pnd,. adverse clafn s. '

I Mieases'' Cool"Stylish: ; fary.'01'1IOrth-central.cSI8Lriet" while l at>' ., It is our business tq protect our clients'and\partrona against investments In imperfect -. "I l
( ; : \tending Normal In'. Gainesville, au<> r titles. 'We accomplish this by'a'thorough fte'arch of the record*and the issue n" II.' :' i' I
''Frocksi .
.
Summer of our TITLE POLICY Guaranteed Ctrlipcate 01-7111e; 7-* '*. ,. J
.
.. . .. , . .. .... seeded In helping tart a nice society !p q , \ ; "" .. ;
< the Presbyterian; church of that place; ;. "
',Come and ,seehern .at"- ", ; This ia toe;Christian Endeavor' organizing 'Tke title oara.tce tGi.,..y dace. a General Abated BauMM t .egllaat the$t b'of Flsew'' 4 "

i ., spirit 'we 'need :more'of'when our < i Abstracts to,City a'4,Ceury fropcrty,made"' and aeK.attd'si' snort.notice; - \

I. ... workera areaway :i from. ';their own ao:.
'

;3 ., :' ... :, , ; "' \ .. ',1 i ciety The work Valley:,: Gazette tell of a nice eo- T1TL.I : ..E:: G LJ,A' FR A'tSJU T Y ',C5"CD. M' F=*:AISIV;; :'. :' -)": i, ,

i ,-. . f .,, i.: v e' i .u cia! given byChristlan cbnrch workersIn " ." '- ; . : . -.Capital,stock N00. ,coo.0-r I, ,' : !... . :, ;;.... I,: ; ,
; / v> : '*' '-'r' St. Cloud; aiM that In th. church of C llaOLD.'W80H..ldent"" EbwAaO A. NAH;' Secretary ':,.V'.,R: JuoaTriMilR.r' w: /'"
; Mrs.: E.: : Ev: :: .Pearce : -: the same denomination Jn JCiasimmee, "I"? ", r I TOOMBB&& RnrwouJa.! General Counsel.. | . r. ,.":
the Endeavorers their "
keeping
# ,, Sunday: evening prayer-meetings.are up ....Home Office. Biabee. BMg.; Jacksonville, Fla. .. ' ,-''' BrMen""OAea, ,''..,bMw. s. _: ,.; ."'I',,
J . I : GRACE A.' TOWNSEND. LEWIS. O'BRyANrMaiiager;: Kis Immee. ...Branch. ; '. -' : '
.
.
.
lnterlachen : ; 1.
) July 25, 1912.t : I :, < I ( I ; \

.--. .- .- -- 1 .' ',: ..

t I ; -7'7---------- '"'I _J" : .. ' ... ,'. . "h I ,, ,. ", ." .. Y9+ t
*
? . _. - -IJ&!
?& &;. !* .. d-.j-- .l
,
f.>.o3 #3 & s &4i 'f ,/ ri
? ,
*
'" _..., ... ,. .f. '...-j: C .
.. ' ,tJ>; . '. :'\\ia //i iF ir I, ..... w .. .- a.LwMe., +A. wF

h 1 .
;l t .
.
'
? r ," C r r
'."; .... ,.. ... I. ,' ; > i .
.
.. 'i
J. ,
,r: ' I.. t H ,<_:.. ,,
"" Guaranteed . The Only
k 1-
r.
liIL4 71 ;
, Pore i LongS ple >Bonded--Mattress ._
.tl .. ;, m y aJ .1Q
t" ' r I f r Dealers Offer { 1 rM ursur _.
: Cotton" 'Felt"" ;;- "' !JI 'it ,/,:; ". ," .. l' \ \w
j I ,
I' ,44 91 oNr

( : They: "holsanan l : :e tary? : -tr\nV ay tt '?Mattress. f t tj t


; ;; i ; 1 Jca; ;;; ; I ,j ( ; e l : --+ '
i 1s'guarenteed'tobe''the: best mattress'possible ;, -at any:"price; I ., : ; ._ 3

e 'u :It is made.. Of purest long staple cotton: ; ven into layers"of #indestnldlible, ". iI
l* tsanitized'felt;' I JEach layer is 'placed yith'exa<5toe :pne pon'the: other: MIT -

jis''secured.This.felt': : is encased 'in the' b t'sticking'plain' 9
> s&that uniformity :
: perfect : : ,
: . . .. . i
-
"I ; 1npe qffan.> \1'W: '. (: .. 11 ?t :
'
r. .t \' ,: '
"We'agtee"to'fozfeit) A6to'anyrpurchaser; ; :whol find other Yf : ;' ,.. flI
"
; ,
f.1., : : can ? k.* '* -ft" -' } -t/,( ", J '"i": '

/ ,than staple cotton:felt"inThehGholstin;,: Sanltary FsIt. Mattrrees r t I l T it.\: -ypw;'':'wariitiolod.I*. J c ; at' brbpheche4peot.. TP: ..... .'lr-- \a > 'I- ...pi ._" .. ,'tii,. {..M.tl"' .: ;mt B !

'. t; ; Ours" is ithe''oldest" :lar eat'end'bestequlpped': m" face rY1iiith:; .. r (: 'fott'lhe; "money'Just:; '4 "pip-: round'to'tlie'\ ; 4srroela'rl'igl' J! '.1 call 1. :I .fe'? '":- '

+ [ ,: / t .. , .. . "" ((1.r.. rL
A + dsotitll; 11We'permit nonebutskillgd( empJQyecS'1.tot; "The Ghnlin, rJ : : -'f ; deeli ( {t'J"-. ) 't" ; c', "J;' J '

l! aura J !S.builtby? h.d ind iequi! es expertknowledge, :)< ;'. :. \ I ; ''pauy." ,s'Go. d8OOd8vbl. Z"IY8.S; .>square. .1 I.l., if ,: ,,;: .:;t. II,, ;tt. ...:": : '.i.e." ;',. ,i! .;

A'' ''y q 4:do knot za3liovate dl'makovbriiiattresse&'W&bave; : IiO'; way of' : ip ; ,". > ,,:' ":,' V'-\v; I ;...'''''il f". I':: ._ /; ; .; / "" ,''.. \.. .'. ..I"" .. .M\, 'I> :;".'.!iJ.!;.. 'At;"" : *- ;. ,1
"
'' sS t..t 'J"" , << : . '
e'anvold'mattr i .
kitowing tb whaf'contagtotils'dIseit 6 may.Tiaveibeen: e i1-**. '' *: .1// ' ";'. '! ': t. ....." /
. ; < - ; V'il
,pOSed : ';Wcfi dv rou'td berstne'.I thattheR;: a Rory"which''; makes'. : ,, ; ,- .> -, -; .v: .r\\ ''"\ I > <<" .....
:
I I I sanitar17n; addnkili ''to:8upplYU1'gJour.: '))1 \j .' .,i : ; ? 'IS' w: ; ...'". ,'$; *,$k ,.(1; m' .;. 7
t. : ; t.s '!t".h... "
,, ,
: : '
b ,. "j f'
ZZ ; )
: cuS1omers'thebe --:, A': : . .. (
: .
};: tmattress'posible'to.makO"wq'safeguard; ) ,4 r. "./ I., : . "M.L""" ,!'. ...., JP&Mv* At".If' :'\,
' ,
." t;' their:,heaith; iS S Jc: .ir 'itr' 'd- \', : .f' ; 'J : : q-, /; '. ,- .j.e
.4
*.. J'.<; \4y' xa'I t;::. The GbolSti\Vnfxieye '.hifJ pR; lack;dpwn or';. jj. + '; "Osc Qla. ,' ardwaret) ;'"CO 'J" 'ffe.: /' -
"
h;* ft ? O 'become hard f. ..Given an occasional:stln::'bath. ; i'I I I'" t(" .. \ "! !
.
/G. *' .i )I.f'V' 14'* :;" ., .h
'. ,t! ...J .' .!rit-'will. .laslittVcen'eration.. ." ft \ ,;. ... :i( Si&itB'J '
j : :
) .
"tt "JI'o 'TV
r
"I' ". tfoJ. A-'J .' v iM..if' .. ""IL' .t;*' >
.. .. 'I' "" /. ?v n'. _.,..j,. ; . \ \--N ". .. ; ,' .'c.- 1to1' u. r'-
; ,! "C'" Y It; A.t. eale , Iestouldbeable'} tr,; mt 4 : ::141-! :+Y'*L 1ft JJil"-* : $i2s' &si.i : \.1. 4' 4 I 'iP. / 'k .'f,'r. I.,M, 4j .

'1' ,", I !."- ;' 'i'tO,.:' ,suPlill\ '".youo: tI1" ,not,..,;.WriteYus4'". .; ',.J( '"' *! : ..: ...- ., car-. c ,, r n- .'. ,'. 4 v .-a. '.- ran- n' "'r4 .. .r.. ...... .' .. :r . . -. 'I ,:.! t cad

; .r.1 fit :i, ; :au.Bi ..'A; '; W-rw., v-l-ti f i : .' .. '. ., .. \ it'"!! "' l,.,nllf'." Vi' ,-,- ;'IP". ,
.: 'UIIUI1.Q& .1IaII IR e.I > ),!: .. J \ / e " ,' ''-',>':' '' : t"1 '-<<: '' '; .q ''' .A'-''' 1'W' in" f X
'
: { i
.. ei. 4' "
.... .. ; .1\' .{ ,
"
.il i
W

I _4. .t l.ndie/anee, "....,.'r t......' ............, -a. _. A A1LANT.iAr<.' .{."'_. . :" d i ; r' 8 } .e."f0aft ... .., ,'Y'OUF1' : infin ;;Rii. I'.QII ';tJ. .f.: r, "V;1 ,
,
;, +r' -t<+ ,_ ." ... ,... "h."h.;" : ''r .uliiy w. + 1: r ..... ... .,' /r ;;I' .., I..IIU... ,.. 'Y, " ..,' ., ,.u ot' l"'; ..g'lJ. ., ..::11. : ,; .. r.>((1"p' "
"
a > x K- a *,*V" I yx.'u .;. ..It i'to', ,4 WI 1--,, r!.. ,:.," "1', j t ,of : . 'E.II',, ,'J. : : .ti, n'R
/ l. -, 'I :' lK ;; ; ..
i
.. .. : ,, '. ,:, J. '. .. ,. \' s, 1... (!-,+.. .,.. .
? ;
,
: ,4. I.t
.l .
r..II.\I' 1. :: ;' t': .
"S"U 4
e : : .. f .. , .
: "! '
\
r v . .. 'V'"b.:. \ : .q", 't. -.. 1oJi-i.: ( ., : ,1;! :<\.. ; .
> '
,1. wd ;" .. 1 :.-... , ..v .f t" ; ...t, 1:, .. '. '.. :'if .
/Mv. ";';' : ; .. 'I gl.t 'J"j ', : f 'r;, < ) '
/ ,. .., ., ,.,, ;, ... '
'. ( : : lr-Ii 'j, .. ;. ; -" \fo.! .;. '. ,"(" "IVA -! ; '.' ,, ;


10:. ,.;; III, f i,
.. i- t *- "
4 r 4 y.uzTa ?, YFrd/: / 'KYS !'tl ?Pdg ; 'r' .+{, .rw rC41t 7 ,I.C I..


_
r t



'" ....
.' ., ',' ", ". '
.' " .. '. . .:', ," ; ..

'. r. r
..
f. F, I

.- '
.
'
,0\
FOR RENT-Three room boas*,

., 'I.. ,fl 'r . ., '.. stable. -chicken .house garden w.-K r- -
'Classified' .aiisen1entsAdvertlsement. ; ,lend Just outside.itylouts.::

Application end Det n'FIfwI'r; i& Land Cannot Be . , Jeep at ice plant., ". i
11W l
K '' FURNISHED.Cottage for K.nt.We .- '., ;,
: 'Appreciated' By:You UritlilaYou\ Have, Visited Oure:; u .'.{ pity''' 'r. have a ddlghtful"cettsige, ate: c'..,;

,"i.,: . ,,.>: ;. .. ; <.1. ' -" .....,,IA&r PA'\ .. are insetted' under Skis head at; the- rate- of. 5 Cats- T Brooms" 'well neighborhood toasted with, to Ana rant' vUwof assail ,
\, ,lake good
1 '. ':\,"'C'r, I .' per line each insertion.;' "" ', ." 4' ". \ 'u QotoDar the first,4, at ,Mr" *, '
'"
!P': "
11'h'
.
'1 .. I' "' 1.. "' \ i' "- ,We also want to .rent the Karl, jg .."
w. a .\.' ",\f"\\ ....
la 'towSo .> .
I.. il. \ < R. pert)'. both th.-placea 00 ,
It ( D. WARING & CO. will rent
Ii FOR WKI
.l" + ( '.' II JSALE .. .. <
'" .'i'/ .t.
ShmglAj
i farm on 1
.
I '. : a bows:' 19-fit acre .. I
: .' ; : ,?, ; ; <: Nelson Realty Co. . ,

: fc > ..".?rii I ', . ' <'''ili! I ', FOR SAL .-Pretty cottage'' borne. MUTTON, :fresh, fat and fine l 'at. the .. '''t'

: : : .:: ,: "' '. .\" .,. .., '. ,, '.t....., i.'','(\'J,,' . < rooms well located, pretty and yard cheap, very, convtinlent.ix comfortableand Russ Bass Market, phone 189.' 19-tf _1\\ WANTED' ;: ,

,: : \ ,"f; 1t home-like. We also want to how FOR SALE-Four thoroughbred bird WANTED-At once. to buy horse wj;: .
.,.. ;i\\ ;;1, ,''< 'in,: .'you the farm Inside the' city dogs.: Address Box 284 Klsslrnmee, goo and. harness.-:)' N.IIOD"R.a'; l.$r,' ',..f..
(
'! ;. ':: valuable excellent Fla. .SO-tt "-
JLREALTY < Y I\! : limits acre tract ; Company, : r '. ,,"'
house, 'fine shrubbery, nice lot of palrW of utr.1'I
, WANTED-A more
' WE Have listed of the most desirable ,
fruits started and very fertile some '
productive I
CO.Wholesaler / : : 1 Apply, to Sam Lupfer at OsoeolaHardware 4
,"; '" ., land, all nicely arranged for property on the market both 81-U itr
Store.
comfort and convenience, for sale at city and county, which we off..t'the . .. \ ..(.
: - ---- -
---
-
.a sacrifice price; we want to show lowest prices to be obtained.
," you. Nelson Realty Company. 23tf There Is no padding of prices by us, MISOELLANEQIJSWAjDE. ,
aid Retailer ofTimber every place of property sold at exact ,
*" FOR SALE-E. M. F.TouringCar,1912 placed on it by the owner. the toner Orlando.' : ,
'Write
' :. model, good aa new. Will sell or exchange us your r requirements and we ,
/ :./ : ,.. , ,< \"J : ., tor Mod real estate or will will do our best to please ,you, by TOt fresh .fish' phone thai Roll Bas 1. "\)
: .r 'x' '/-1' " '\','?,,. '..I<- : .' :' :'" a ndTiniberLands !sell my 40 h. p. Pullman .cel. S. S. showing just the kind of property you Market, No. the l-tt'J:, ,
t : .' Griffin, Orlnndo. Fla. 22-tf dealre. M. Breaker & Co. U- f :
I'' f < : ," : ,. .11. ; .. ".
.
) ft"'stranda'
...." .J. . WOOD, per trs and$125;
. ;': .: "",L':'::1.'t>'lf'J: ::!r' ;.,' FOR SALE-Three orange proves and FOR SALE-Team ojf horses, wagon, 15.KIa.lmm..1..Umbet: Co.' 29-tf :
.. .
.' \ . ,. several hundred acres of land >at a pole, shafts,' double harness. Used / ,;:
' /,,"" bargain. Located 'in Lace Apopka only two months. N. J.' Loverin MEET Kissiromse Drag Co.: and' '.t

,. : ,.. '. , ''' ;% '',' .., \.. '" ":.1 r-: .',t "" section of Orange county, near Gotb. Davenport Fla. It we will get a drink of the,, peat sod.' ,;.

) ..",".. . .:," '. .,,'I"; .. .,".'(, :", I ';"", ..,-,. .' 1 '\, 'Practically all lake front. J., D., 'water made.' 81-tf +I' t''
"l
,I, : .\ i :',' 'v" ', . "" 6'1; B.ggs, Orlando. Fla. 22-tf FOR. SALE-A; double closet bultdinKtmad. :
.
COI
CO-OPERATIVE.
Riill of sheet iron 11.' ,Edmund JOIN OUR 1
dressed
., FOR poultry the
: ,: :, :: "" " : .. , 'j ". .. . .. . ., ....., Baas Market. No. {89.phone: 19-tf SwatMo)'. Box 625.' 81-tf ONY.L. Railway.located Members near Tampa,get on land S.at AJ a' .f drb

'f":1" \ 4V( " ; ," ... ,\" ' . FOR SALE-Three residences: One in FOR 'SALE-Ten _.. 'fouracres: In fraction of, the- usual. 'ce t, Large c. ;i',
i. ' : 'f : Eureka sddition..,$699: one in Lill "'. number of allotments taken and new .
)
.
I
: ( sweet :2-room house
; . potatoes. '
'
: .: } ." addition 11,600: one 'in Bass' addition well; 2 miles from city; only $1201 town bollding. For' Information addressN.i.WhlUSUCloud.Fla. -, 4r

p:: I" ', $%,600. waters 1 & Carson Grocery .'Ask Mrs. Snmraera. 29-tf "' 814'1 l.
Company; 61-tf 0
v I.FOR' I.
IS; ... WINTER, HAVEN FLA.. Tb.Town H i
deSirable'and'
J' A..T E also have some very very' ,with 100 Lakes"-1BO acres of land 4 d,

t' ,.RENT mile from town. 1X5 acres fine, high t :I,
:I'V," '\ '' A FEW CHOICE': BITS frail land 6 acres in lake, balance '

r .1. ': : lJ'impr: ved'OrangeGro to 'Rail : FOR RENT-old State bank:' building i good farming and tracking land. Price: ''7 .',
,. w es near '- on Darlington avenue; four rooms S4 OO, one-third cash. balance on. and' ,

,. I ft.* A 20 ACRE improved farm, fenced and ,and bath upstairs, three rooms below. two yeara 6 pr. cent. EU Lee Has-,: ;';t I
; E. G.,Vans 24 tf ,kina Winter lU....... Fla 81StpdNotice
Agnew Agent. .
cross fenced a variety of fruits, stock .
M: > J: ( ; + Road, Church and School. We own most Hare and implements, an extra large cot- DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.Til .-,. i

.' $2500.1,: some- household gpods. all for ler. '' of Administrator.' l'

A''BEAUTIFUL surburban: home good 'i Iia Court of the County J Vod_..state<;rfjriorid..> :
: of the for sale R. D. WARING& CO. will rent yourhouse II ." .
; offering o-.laC-.tF
,I property: we are house barn etc complete water works 1 ..... ,
.. for irrigation about it. for you.1 .... .,, . .. .'19-** In Notte.r.estate* of' 1. '. OUvwr.to all Ji WBM r It: ear.ph ;r I
, '' A 6 ROOM eonc..te.bunK.low only I .. 1 rm. that on MrTf\Tn.iii.87tki d.r of I.......... A D. Itl*. '
FOR RENT -A large' house and ; five I Than .pplr to the ponormbl. 0.. f. Parker.Judi 1.
*5i>0. cash takes it.
( , i ,arid, balance we: hold :.options"'on, so we, are abe to .AN ELEGANT 8 room houseclose In 'about acres of ground mile from inside the th.elt postofflce.limits, nnail.ehar MUdlVmrt-M.e u .2..laIeU.Jud..of_of Proat.t.ra thoortateofJom .
one .
3500. A 4 room cottage'' 100 ft lot K. oiHwr. .die...iit; xl that at th. .I
Nelson Realty Co. It-It ... .. ....
Anal
; I UM I will promt mr aeoouaU .
some bearing fruit trees $600. cash. r
.... ... .
_tor.1 i.td.a t.. end lor .r ..JII'mIIIJ.

r-1 '. give you the best'.of'terJns., . AN block ELEGANT flowing well I 5 room only cottage$300 cashtakes FOR RENT-A modern S room flat I C July. 19th.. A. I wILLLAMU.UA8tERDet.d. >. 1112. ...........tr....
with all conveniences. tow '
: : itBuilding city Apply 1111.,. _mo ' .

.: 1 .. , '": : and lot with stock'of groceries B. Barrie Cassette, : office. .. .tf In" Court Of County Judge, State of .
If you' have any'prop rty that you '''wiSh to exchange located in W. Palm Beach to exchangefor .
rs . land near Klssimme. FOR RENT!: marl property consisting Florida'Countfof.Oaoeola.
'j. , of 20 acres of ground II mllea from
I'' HAVE 820 acre farm at $40
per acre. "
IJlaaroP .
? te-estate.
limits also 16 inside I. Berry"
the
S : for home in, one of. the best States in the Union 100 acre. In cultivation 20 acre mea- the city city limits.' ;Nelson Realty aces Co. Notlee: 1a .rwby aia. to .n whom U u4,
a :
T t: ; dow; balance pasture watered by 12-tf. oona. Wet ors tb.. J.th eta" 05 ofl..o.r' 's;",,'
springs; will exchange for Klssimmee 19tt 1 ahall apply to the Boabl" Ur. ,
la aal..lad..of MW
.
& . . . .-. property: FOR RENT-Two modem flats,, with Court.rark.r M or J.dn-of IIs.ueoe.wr p,........ for- ..l dieI 1

: I .call, ,phone or. write' us what,:,you have and we can -'- t. all .conveniences.. .. Apply- at theGazette .'obsras T.8i.nfoM.us Admlnl.trator doooawl) of and the th_.'_at of,...H.*.>m.rr ;r,
,; ot&e.., 20-ti time I ball p..oUo lh. _l 14 Court'Goat /'
'. ." I, MRS. %. ., -:-- _a... a. Adnlntetrato- .l HARYSUMMERS FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story store for. their anprarat. -W;J. state.N :j"1
,
.; find, foryou 'what" you, want. .( ; building Brack street. North Kls-. 'j" Admin.",", _. ..,-> '

;. Lakeview Cottage South Kisslmmee 1, simmee.. .H. C. Stanford. '29-tf. ,, 'IDaIol4) .*$.:; \. D/III.' II 1 ..am.* f"I.
"
i
: / . + il
) iit
,'I
.
''Of'!{ '.l. ," ..
.
f I .

,
'. .

: t YOURBEST.BARGAllfl
a
I -
j

111} ; ] FOLKS WEt KNOW I Notice,Property-, c ,Owners .

y 1 'utill"be made when YOu' buy ;
!To the Owners of Real. Estate Abutting 1 ,,
", Upon the Street or Part of Street

&i.:''k"f,: ,, : .:;:iti"I; \r'R!":' ''d1EAT: raioamn. ',CONVENTION.. ed four years ago a delegate to the Democratia 1 1 .Described, County Below,of in Osceola the City and of State Kis.aimmee. ,'. )' .; .,' .: any of the followingPERT ,
"T! :Ir. '' 1/'l/ .
: "
la Journal mwtlmabt J '' .
We National .
: Convention. Later'oob. I of Florida.In .- '8' t \ I .
t'*. ,if.i' '" { Hugh Reese's' recent -ad..nt was ..lei."to be the, campaign manager I pursuance ot the following: resolution ' '',!. ',. .' .. .' :. >' "
j' ) '.i\\.. "" i adopted by the Council of the said Ii mR ) I :,. 1'0' ,
,
;;:.r .: :;> P Wkh"lt :Boas.uabueenEd of Nat Bryan, who'won forth. I City of Kissimmee, on the 19th day of > 'i' .. ;:{ .
,
$ In last week's Kisaimmee United States Senate. This year he .. ,
gbta July.A. D. 1812. via.:" 'f : -" '; ":"'" '" ( '
:
,
; tto Reaae makes th. following filled a.: similar relation to Candidate

I gs>th.r uncalled for- allusion to the Milton who failed to be nominated for RESOLUTION. .
;Tampa Tribune's I Whertaa, The work of grading curbing Orange grove of eight''' acres adjoiningthe is adapted to the successful growing, of citrus -
.
'Ed I Lambrigfat baa retumddromBaltimore Governor.Hilton's defeat was not due and paving that part of 'Broadway
t.f' [ and is again illuminating the to,)ykny lack of wisdom or energy on the between Dakin avenue' and the Florida city' limits* on the northeast. In con*' .fruits'and:'vegetables.. .,

columns ;of. the Tribune.- Ed his I Midland Railway on Drury avenue, has .
r' ;'Tampa part of campaign manager. This been '' nection with this grove,,which is one of the M .1.
haan't quite gotten over sit yet His completed.- .
and
c first editorial contained the expression, was simply Trammell's time no I And Whereas,The total cost of old best in Florida: an eight-room dwelling

.., ;:Thaa ,is.?..:''Sail righV, of man;,take one could beat Unv Hla latest triumph:-completed work is $8369.28. and the 'a barn and all 'outhouses, :which Forty acres of hammoo land"C 9JP.tij ...,.... ,
;ywurtfese; ,*' v was to be elected national committeeman I total frontage of abutting Iota liable to necessary the fast growing -and prosperous.town ofWhittler.
.JAnd ,*a '.'if*Oils w.re'not enough from Florida"on the Wilson ticket liens for said cost.4s 1200 feet\': .are In splendid donditlon.'. : "

:. ,=.:..... after,;,+; :Ed's bacoq.N folD.LambriKht'went In fact. Crawford and .M.y.. were the l And, Wh......,, The amount of lien \ .... This 'characteriof larld'is'con.: ,,1 '
.
per front said is S3.2.Ueaol : ,sidered the most valuable in the. State and
.. ,.. ' : : to dan- only ones of that ,sort too 'strong ortacky ved,That the City of Kissimmeehereby '

t > the Democratic convention. for General Pleas and his ainewa claims and will hold hone for the :'286 acres""of land Eatt .is rapidly. being..taken up by new settlersOne
fronting
on ,
J- -..-' ; probably.felt ;the need 'eta" of war. Now.that -.Wllaonl. the nominee above work upon' the following described .. .
.
'.. before facing Ha irate constltuThey sod'Hk.I be the lots of land on said Broadway, Lake r Tohopekallg., This. Is., the .same'character'of J
to
next President
$.. in said of Klasimmee Osceola
,.
him. City
sane to" Baltimore to
=::: th*' bacon;" Inatoad'of*,that he got John-.Crawford must,be feeling' pretty .county State of Florid., for the amountof land::.tm .which .hundreds of hundred 'acres of .1.land'at' 'Wlndemerd;

'. '..; hook. -be and four:others; lice aee, good for a,Demoerstle"yohng.t.r' .;. He $8.6a>> p.r front foot; of people':are ,amassing .fortunes.'growing, 'on the, Midland ',Railway; eighteen'rnllei: : ..:.
: went/ the others T" >, cornea from,'' mighty good stockv ,Maybe SOUTH FLORIDA.,RAILWAY SOEVET.; vegetables. '" '
._.. '. ; ...'ar.'iD'' trlonto know net nam. Lota6, 6, 7, 8.W.; <,*.,, . : .v...,.Bloek.18 t . from Kisslmmee.; There\je a' ten-acre; ,orv, n:
1', -'Mist notpoti disgrace the ; but add new Lou 6 6, 7 8.V:, ..,.. .:. .BlMk 14 '. '
: ..........t did to Canada : '; .,... .. ingsgrove ytl l ndwhlch'n; mtte,
lustre as,the"years come and go." Lou 1.2 a. ;' . Block 20Lottl,2,8,4i.Jr..i .r5. : ,
"'" '.WI J......s: never, got .thicksasajjs 4K' : \ e ;;" 'r'.x. "'
le: awe SHUT. ...> axpreasioaa M :-:-:- ,*.Block 21 of frontage ,on,a beantifulaket) ;, > , l'
Y.,. haeSM attrtbtted. t.... above.: ThereMse .. Be It Further Resolved.. That the '.103 acres of land-one-half: mile from ,. ' :\\ J
.
nothing. a. .dmk steam than half ''DR.. .FUNK::". Council shall meet on 'the Slat day of Klssimmee' "Thl.land Is peculiarly ., ', "
July: D. 1912. at 7:30 aId adapted *: : ." '' j""
aMoek toAa awovMllsn hall. and Ed : p. m ; on 4-
o"rlando .iterstar'Abeavy
hand "
'I s ee had ttaaa to a. that,far. After . day tor7'the purpose of hearing any 1 to both the growing! of'citrus fruits and : \ ? >. .- -.'., *
'''' ._ .t-q was, placed wa ,our boulder' today on. and all complaints i which the owner' or agriculture ', Fifty,I.cree of,1&nd, at Windemere' i. .

.. ; ma than .hiked. bawi" for .... Old stamphwavMMKlau -;j(Orange:;ave tn ;aid, a deep bass :voice owners of" aald'', Iota or any' other person 'general, j which 'is a'good house and $some,:''very;; fine 4 ;
.
4 .. ;
. ) Oawrcia I ...tro..tlMDco, J bssjahred after ale health tn a hesitating .persona' interested such improvemenU .. -. -
,. ms ?.>Hsriiay. ;* el are M bavs"" ,1 mw1.r. '''I.'.aaWtV to "place:7O'I.'JI nay desire to make againstthe :, :orange. : trees. .
: } qui cat of such improvement and the I -
{ i r "
e ..R MaSa' ,JMbubj'sjB. _amed'e': ::young I man.,but,,I,'. I'll17'kDow yoo.*'1 Claiming of said Hen..' '- _, ,,"; Twenty.acres .of land.'adjoins the city' , .
.
'","aotsl ebliraafav/Ja caneamaid. wa> veajch, ,,Before 'answertof tM query, we bad all Resolved,-Further.- That, the ''Clerk.hail ' . !"" \I'
far Mai ** ,....k tDi,.taformarteo cIKluimm."anct--.ot, . give legal notice ot completion .on the north and immediately on"then{,west'aide One 'hundred magnificent{ residence' 1 '
.
"Bsaaavhowsyer =he oan aakehaas : of said work by publishing thia Resolution of the hard iqarUroad Thisland! i is '
vauad ehstoma: inpaaity be>-the good r..Ired.\:1t'w..I.Dr: ; , ,'. according r to law In f a weekly/ J ; and business lpts> In Kissimmee t.be.'oit1.1'that ; ,
.
Jiasji n, tired, ..' Lambrlcat.mast ba oTaoipa.ao / .Ponk.-of KiseimmeaVi:. n.w.p.pe..Publiabe4lja. ; ,said' City,of' almost' surrounded .by;,fine orange'"groves. l is'growing' in. ;population, and ',vearth "'
.'avrtof dare wooM i ijiTiii the !**. cf Kissimmee. .- vJ' '
jWe camwt
a .ever. tot. remember as well as successful vegetable f..ms. '
M'lhtto, .t,[I 'whether te: aforesaid clergyman la Notice I. hereby given that the Coun ... 4 : I ''. at a more rapid rate than'any'other; city.In'.'
r aUsatomeHayes cil i 'T '"
(t'
of the City of Kiasimmea will meeton '
.1.5- the S.Lo", .
lbgt'e Daavp &-." a Presbyterian; Baptist.;,Of.s.thodi.t; -the Slat day ot July A. D. K12..at = .- '" ,":
r .
., I .. "'" :., ..'41L; :but w. do know him, 'to: be/a. gentleman 1:80 p.' m: on said day for the purpose :: 5.- 5 S.'. .I.'"

",:-; . I!;"' ....: fII. the,.i ;;.one of,nature's .ownfikindlydi.-; of hearing etfmDltfinte which the owneror :. Forty acres of label adjoining the, city yr; ...' !,\ '

-r M ta gr wlng j.elous.y.pe oi"" .posed to'all,"not forgetting. his old news lots owners, or other of any of the interested above described In such 'limits oil the north 'and ] ;,//alongside:; tOne': hundred lots'' in. K t e'ImJD'ee'i: : ;;' '

.J .K," \Ii !the; trate,fithImOrswutoo: ;;paper (Trends..l' ;'. ,, ' Improvement persona'. may, desire to make; thq: .bard: "'marl road "on 'trie'east, ; On 'this .Heightsi'I ;;J-Theselots:{: .. are' aituated'in:: that, ,

." '' .,We'Biocerely'vcongratulate' the Rev. against the coat of such improvement is v section'of J Just 'beginning ."Ji
land well'and't8om., tithe that la to,
aiisplendiduarteslan'
city
Aad; U iW more of tkipn. kind Dr."WH;;Funk1on.'his.election, to thq .'By order of the Council, this l th day ; "'i
; r.
.
Gaa'' .' "" I : ; '' of .Jal ; f1 ' full tearing and ': :;trees; how manr'predlc4' that ;: ',
.ri:... -, .. the"; ,TaaipaTribune. ,_ T'I :,0 ,$Southern Coli...:*s' principal at'Sutherland :)'. ,1911"" J. ?. GtLBItTr- orange .grapefruit \ ,in populatipnand; < : "?

,. ."If;Toe... had gone thliollgii ;, FI.. 'and, our :'bet. '' wishes gowithjirau .. .:,. of the City of Kissimmee.; rClerk ;Ten< acres' of this tract' t. In cultivation;'," It,wi11'be! .the'inosfpopulousrseotion" ,l 4 of the.

f'herBaltimoreconvention, nothing but :: balance U of round timber.; 'Allot l this!land ,//cityJn; fow, :; S .
.
._... of trestatent la.a bichlorideraiaaaiorium .. .. . years, : _
7 could hats !saved 1 him.."' .. ' '' ' V Truck farm for Sale:: / \" ,
-
.. 'MnMay.i'and. J' J NO: 4i57.r-f3,000' 'secures ;a, six-room /I' am not aiand agent, but.own' the ,lands 'and .groves.etiutti erf.\
.
.
: Cooper'1'' Sr : .., "
i'' j uI. Valley cottage ,located on-lot con tainlnfr
1',' "' tlterrefae'aid Mayea photographM baa the serve at to Bata-print 'Gazette;Upon r.eelrrt ofla a of pocket 86.cento nap at of the::Florida acres'of' land-within': bres.' blocks'of )' :,.i ffiL:: ;; ". .' ated. above 'irad,) lch"Io'f: __for sale.KISSIMMEE ., .. .: :.i' .

.
.rein i JIM pap$..., No man en-, .Will. :'be rafted.'to .any'.addreea" in, the the 'center of the city.: This'hi fine I. .. ..>' ..', t1
"
. : .. ,the ;:ettwluow'dotaas of the United St tea:, W. cn F also, \ furnish. garden proposition,'with two'artesian .'. : : : : : I't:

= 1''..i sow, .' inahapM.to. , be. photon'A , maps of Oacaola county at SI ...... sad and w.n.'oa' the'.property, U properly , '"\SJ. W. M""ILL'E': i" '." ,
h.
_el. ', '_. : .f',will be glad kind toseUmateo;, " ..,.,see, -,.*.. ..-mapsof cultivated, ,eropa sheuld'pay'fer' theplace ".' .. .. '\ : ; , " "X',. .... r
any .
.
,
+ ..)11 .. withkntwojreari.'> A cash '
LUCKY:BOY; .. !r f'} Tiv .. . -i" ; propoa18ttt '
). < ; s* *-,. Q p A
WA) TED eat : I FJ .
rY.t. Jis a. ,lLle ll.rkm & Co t\ .t

,' .." fattest' who'; : BLUE, IUMOH 'lee' Crem.\. beet mtswo. .." ,....-. .. . 1; '' .. j"oi" . .' t. "l'': ,. .

.Ys .r .He was .sleet-v. . .(fStllmm. . ...,Drag Oew;'.Z1-tf '
. . . , .
-' 't -
', ,. : : r' rb!.. v j r{ ...
,f ( ...
A v; ii"" t tP" ;) "
/ ) w : II /
J. "( ti I/i'
1\\ 'I'f ., : I
'
f' ,
...\ { .. fi j J' I f3r,,,", '-. f.' .\\1(, ",1'.. .' ,"

}' I :' : .1' '' .., _

.y 4
r



,'y ip n, >rp&fe



.
>*; .' .. I ,

,'i' ... '.')''''- : ::' Till KlftllHMIl' VA..*.tv"\&I"TL' 1

.. . .. I ,
,.__ .. ._ J .
--' .. -- .
. .
.
' ., :- : ' : : ',, , '
$ ... orp.rrC: ; f ) I .
: .
> hu.. "
.3'.' ''f *& ..IVT1J lIIIfI'n ...... ild' .ttiuaML' : .. \ .' ,.' .

,. 'I' "I ,+...w-.. -....'....... ..._....-.-......'....-,...._' . ::. ..-. 1..,.....s; yry,.+-, .... r .. '11 It'. r" u- '1 t zt0 (, 0 .. , rtnfit ',

4fyM10...........ry...-......-_..__.....-.,._._.......-.+._+qi I I, sa .r ... .r -1.\-----+..., ..r7. .,.._...._.__: ....?..... 1& -a. ,-' I,.:......" ,. .. .j 1''WIR.tl1'''. ,." Ate;)1 1( t.ItoMi '1' I. f

_..;... .. :.....;," .1 .. ""-- ,. ., =: ,. .' { .., 'r "e
. '
'
1j . ... .
: ,
-.1. _
' ,,._.......__.._.....,....._ '' 'dlt ... it4tr11n. _..::__...-;-ra'Irrw.' .1 ;; I
,
1 --r1": ._ .-.rrNw: 1. 14. O'I3111'' ," ItH ......... ..-..... "+. -.......w,< tj. : / : :,: > '

.,. ..' ,. ......... -,....,_..._...-......., '. ._ ... _, .. .. ...
; ; !
..... ......... I. .I. ". .
.. .. ....... I.. .. 1 gvS
::1" !,, ??,._;w4'riwwiM.M. 311, rt'1 10'10'" 1I ___._....I.1'I..._____...., ,"", ., "- : rwy..rt: ; il T4Borrowed

f"', I :U' -:,...,.. :....... :..... I.d u "\",>!';:', '" : ..-ew.-..................--...-uM.r.. -r..M,'.1i Pi '." j'' -- v .rt,.1 1 1 I S w ...._.. -f "w.rr... 'ft ? f .'

.u .._......._ ..:. ,0 '- -1 ''tAmount -rr ,. r .. 4t ...
{; a"1'.; ?,. .b' ."d .rbtk on OlLrreNlt, ..r.,.r,.., ". 1 1. 1,1" .. ,
1 ,
. f I :. .. : hi. 8turver .... !, :-..-.. __;........--. $0, .'" " 1'
r .. -.T. k.
Da. ..... ,
n0der

., charred fer-water, and. .ew..r1". I .'..-1S8: 1I USS .. .. '. .' :' vv:.'..-.. ,, It.meDunauiitiq ...a.-.._..;;i.y;:; 1 .r QO.8Ulldrt ? ?1 12444Outtandla . -:,.... ,. 'J . ':-.t.--" '.::.. 1r. .. :!, ';. ,

.
. ... OS.IT '
: '
r' "ii'

Paidby- ,Treasure' *' *....-.0----' : *.......: .. TitTI,47' Up .."n, .. '' ' 1. .._.,........''I'4.'t......;......".....:.... h IU "fl \ :. ,. ." rW.rront 'r. 00".1; ,' : ,W.rrant' paid'Salaryof :...:.. : :..r.'.',,".' ': ,,'.' "' .; .
f.su.d
at. n '\'iJitoi.. ' . ..... . .el '1 . : t11.511 '. : ? ,' '!
_
"O.ttndlagr.1.11 .1', ....-I'o: :" I ,,,; . ; ; :' ,",. + l'7"t ( ';-' j atallC ... .' i, ilwi, ..J t .
; '
: /' '" : *>> # : ,, ', 1'.1.1", ' : }1.t' .,.I, k.' ,. ., ,
1912 ioAugust3i; 1912.: c: : : : 1 ? w; ''i..4_ 1 /bRtatmeh/iir I''u1' ; ..
April .1. > race ; .
'- '" ; ( 't>Y"Tr.ur.r., ;..;...;: -.wr." .+;... :. I "I 11 ,; a' \ \ 1,: ,:
r Lr.ra p''
,
; ...Balance. fUAd ,"..1.11t..,,;.-.jr-..,..-, *..*. ; >' /llT-llJr'\' ," ... ,. . k-1 ,' street : :4,1*,, ; ', ' 'J \ '
? ', .' outstanding ssi-ris. .;. .. . ..... .. S.w.r Supriat."f, ; } 1 a
: .: :r ;,Incomes" ,, 'J'J,' : i'.; "' f;'" ... Y -- . >f:.. : .... 1't/S, .11" : ,.' ; }i>: Brld.... w.. !M :, ..,. .. .'... \ '

1 8alanoei all.' torU..bU: brousbt qv.r 44-'U. -uI.' . ',.:! ,f..,:j' ,!!' "." -. , ?' ,1prf l1912.to.; ) August 311, UI2:.;2 ;:. 'Culv.rt .....--.o-1....". ..,.-..rr.11": ice,'r.,t J. '. .r
.. .h .
1"_ lI.bU. ..._._ _....______...r.---1'H. .1 i N. at.II&J (. . ) .' .
: .. .t-214'8I' Balance''. fund l-l-MJ ,...._j.v; ....: .. ...-:., If itI .. 'l a 4.G
;, .From m. .twa .____... -.-. -_.w'-.ay. 'ilT 00,, .. -'T.. -- ., ,-- .. ,, I' Lmb.r -. .. .r--7i--....- + : \
.. .... .
..- "*, I**1 t .- ......... ...' ..... ... 1 '" t
r" ,. ? I .1. ."" ;. Receipt :' ';,' a rr tt. . ._ ._ rta"la:"r'11, '''l1iFrlauting .. :

,Lk I BaUnoe uncolleoted S-Sl-'H ..... ._.-X..__ .. 'Ml IIViV.OiS .' Refund. ... .. .. .. .. -- .. I ., ."- .:; . : ;
frelghton'flr. auto. ..: .. ... .,.._ 14 0& /I'' and''team.. ... ,n .'. 411 '" A
'
" ( .
os- From tales ... : 1.4 $4 .. .,.. 'T..w. < .' '
:
!, Rtoelred'from*' borrowed money _'r-..,--:..-.' r ': vV.. '."> S"S.l SI4'+ ,'Dog Red.mptlon.tax .. _-......-.__-.-_1'1..-, ...._.................:........;... 117 I' 00 I' I, ; , LMl.oeltn' ; ;,-" -,' r:'..:-,. ..1. .f, .J' .161/a .';r" ,.. :($ ?'
lntere.t .
r" ' _. '
r-/, .,r i. , \ Fln.s. ,Mayor'--------.t.. Court' __.... .._____........, 1 0.4,0 'FRlght, -i.----... ... ... .1 ( If; ; '$
.
1.\ \\.r7.'n IIt. '
' _
ft ;.W. .rrants: paid .........,..__...._..__......_'.....,..;___:-'. ,. '. 11 .,:. ".', Llc.' ...... 1'4., ._..rrr_ur..,rs.yrrr.rr.rr.a-,.. ... .,' ,, ; 141. 60 . o.o.\ 40y ....A : .>. '. -.. -'-" ,.vwrw l. .aa.t-d, , 7 101 13, '..()" '''. "


"I'1 i A Balance S-St-'lS .....,...,.- .........;,........--:.....-..... I'" .' ';. : . ,>' .SIS 9T I Borrowed'-. money. I- -....._.,..;...._....................;\'...:...._' ......:, ,, 1 '870 I' . laid. for borrowed 'm fer...(." ..: .. ,I I' 14.M, .4:; ':. : G'

Disbursements ' ,4.4, ., $ .. ,. -: .
-F J .14
.
: .
, Warrants ....... butstandlnir '
paid rr,4't.f.: ..-. rr .\\4 1811 4-1-I0 10. fl, :. . ,rr t
.
,
Salaries: MaintenancesH. '.... ., .. ', ,.' ., / Balance I-SI-'IS! ..........:......"I-' :....:.... ......._;...... . ;til St Warrant. I U'4 ...!_-..II-. _ZnZ .... 1 146'11 \ ," "a,1'. .t
Superintendent _.. .. _... -r-w.: \ +::: F Irs "' .. 111 0 ",
" ----- 00 ,:: t
'Collector .._..--__._- .___......- -r. ,,1'1, ; ', Disbursements I ,, '" ." Warrant pad ._ .....' ... ''i\ 1 J 'I
i .
,Xna-lneer,' ........._.__....__.....,._._ ::.. .,. .. \ :?,,." ." BalarllaGltrORlceral; : r'{ ... ., -- .. .. ,.eol -7. ." .

Fireman ......,.._-.._..__--..__...,...._ 1'4' . i MayorMarshal__..-......__...__, ..._.........:._.....,...._....... .'. 110 '00 Outstanding'. 3.81.11' .._.. ..___ I'U" :, ;,1 ,'i. ,, 1" ... f
, !ZJneme. '. ...__.._....____......... ,. t ITS 00 112* : .. -.j . : .
,, .1. ,,. .1....,.. 4. .._..._.._;......_....._.. 360 C/O. ,
+ ,
.. ____ w
: ,' ,: ,. r,!' 1)\?; ">' Cllr Clerk ,...._-_....-! -,..____,.,..-.J.....__.., .. 110 00: ,. '.'1. ./" j. 1 ; : 1J ;' r: ,, 'i' .
f ''Work on "turna0..1.-.,.......,.war l" I .I> 7 ..0Lip. ..... .. ; .. 4 .April. (" fn' "
reaeurer. .... ._.._..___.;....____. .. 100 00 , .. 41 1' Kh'al:9'12 \ ;
work J-- ..__...._.-_____-_ 7 i IIn.p'work Deput, Clerk ..4"I'D. 00' ' rA Balance . .".....-.-. >' 0$1',135". ''i, < ,',, .',
.- _ww.wrw_._.,..... I ;' .1 } Police _1_._.-.r4-?_." _...._..__,._._....; ,., 1.1 ' II.... I. '. : ., : ,. .J' ':,:: .,.. I' ," :'J", ,' ."
rhok. 'tack -.--..-...--..-------- 1 J"'I" I 00!'(; 'Aldermen ._....rrw--r--w-..........__.._..._ I. 00 "i. .( I, ,A' , ," ,'t.1 Receipt . '\ j. ", .4 : ;! ' t
rt..l..t. end ..pr... M__. -w.M.-.. ---... ,. "v.y, ?'. \ '. ,' .1 14 Attorney 'r...._._.._..__...-..--__.._.......', 16.00 I'. "1 144 00 .. I"!\ From taa.. ; ... ._ 4 "I' 04' I I" 'j ; ,''n '
P"lIt _.. ... .. i ,. :
w.-- r .v .p' 'y 11.011"' Flr.4epartm.nt) ,' ) 'J;
- .. : ..:c. .... = "' *\ ; Red.mptlon. ------.. .- 1, 11 >\ ', -r. i
mber.i. .. ; .
. I
u - Salary of pilot llrs auto _....-.._._...:.. 10 00 : t+ Returns{ .. ,,1' .'. '' '.' .t'
.. .
. .
repair material _..._.._.____ is* .i b'Rtundo .... __ (
Sundry ;
1 Pay r.U ...._'__.____.." ___......_r. II* IIT4 ... ._.. .'I'I'} "I .,i f"
1' .
packing : I .' si 10 '. Freight on auto-rw..r_.._._____..-.? 00 r ;(;;... o.ola -----I. I .d / 'f !'"i .el'' I ", "' ,it
,
Oil and wtj'-.r-w..w..V, 01 81 ". Merchandise for depart. (sundry. Items)...., ,...I 10 ., Borrow.d''mon.y ... 7i ", '
.. "
.
Fuel .. ..._ .. .. ... ' 1.1" si --. ... ... a.
.
__ ,
.,. --- ---- /' Watchman ....- .._:......,.._..?T.._? 40 00 tits Si, .. .' ," : : { 'JJ.
.
1 M -- -----..--" SI* 01. ; _, ". : i I r"41 "'
Jftectrl oaJ'a"ttppires"ioVfepalr. work ._.__ .' S7S iS Mayor's court and police' .. en.e.I, "' . ,1'' Warrants paid" .__...". ._.. : 1 : P A
Mleoellaneousi ,,X", ,il Pound -fees ..--.......__._........._._.:,__: ,1100..i .. _.. _;..+... \ 1 .1 H .:\ ,r', ,
> ............. ... .... .....'...... II 75IS'Ti ., : ." .' ', '
"
rayase .M. i ,'. ... Medloln. for .rl.oa.r ___...,..........,,. S CO' Balance >-tl .'ll .raw-.rww .+ +' ; ; '
Stationary and stamps w_..._.._..,...-'-i ," WU.... I... __.______w-M____.___ .__-__.., '''is oo. i I ?. : :.w- :1 -'rll/S ,
Insurano. ..........._--r.r.-r-.w--, II 14 Coat and feeding-prisoners ,........-.. _......... lot s'' '. !
.Interest. '1".......-:......_-.,:...':....... ___.._?>4SS 41 7717:: . ',. Cash bond returnedrinr.rr. t-r-rT-tT+.wd"I'' 10' 00. t' ,t ,S44. IS'SSI )" Street" building! .' "'.. \ ..Dlabtu.emealgl"i. . -.t', t." ;''.(" ,,: .

G. '. I *S4 i* Miscellaneous \ .. ..... .....,_. ... r 'p" I
I
(' "l Freight on sweeper and grader _._-__..__, 00- Gredlnl. -. .. ". f6 00 e.
.
Extensions. : ;y. ' ''Sundries- unclassified ....._.-.._rr..._...__; 14 14IS > .d.baulD"; __.. ....._.__._... '4'1 I' ,'b "J.{ y c n ,;r. ,v'
Labor <.
t Pol: ...*.__...__...___...:...... ..........: "o'o Bent city'hall mach/ni......-.-_--"--' "...". ] 10 Filling ditch-i- __......_._. ..._?.... 1'141, leer ? ..r', ,1;.' Y'
: .., -..,. ..... .. ... .. S1I II *OT it" 4 S4S 144S4 .Adding __.rwa..daw.wr.w.w iio oo.I . -.. ---- --" N 00'' 4' .
/ ,1I.ot.rtc.I. supplies.i. Klectlon ........ .. .. , y
.. ." etpen.e.wrw, _,. ,._. :.,. 10 Pylnl .. - : ,
J p
-- ? 1. curb .
.MIIsiued ..... i
... .. ) >
.
.- /'hone rent .. .. '., * I. O' ,' 4
-- +
r' to banks .-.--.:--.....,----..-. J"'f.: .; f 00 'Dog tsgs'Ti_** TZ"arr![ .:.rTTrTrrrrr! .!irrrr! '..;'.1 8 si'S8 i' Building water baahi ......___. ...._ ,. .., ,I' I,171,81',, I', ;a,' Sl' r

41, J- :, 14 S74 14 Drayage ,..............4'........ .......*.._ 00 . .
Signs for .......! :..... .. .. Material! : ,. ; J ,- .
4 410' \
/Outstandlns . 'I I. > ..
, / .. -
, 4.1 11' .,, S7S 47 ySewer
I':.' "Warrants fiwued: ..._..._.__.____......... 14. S74 14 ; Lumber tor olty'N: ....,-?...._,..... II /f' ,./. 'j Lumber w-.M._.____.__.-f-Y.i-__ I' ,... _,'; '.
ntereet ....--.._... .._._!...._.-(..._. .' 17. 17tSOS pip..a. ..__.._i.were... .e I'.i. ", J. ', ; ,
''' for pivtg.r:, ....__._ .+ .
:" ". tl 14* Olv , .. 10lpen.e.. W..A7j6lner, to T ; ? 1101'rmting.'I'ootage Orate .- I. 00 j .
< : .
Paid by 'Treasurer: ....._....__........_...,.......... 1 .04 04 , and Slatlonery-------. 41 1 871 11 I '4'5 I.,I' .' --t.- 16'11 4t1,0, $" t.. .' ,

,,%.% Ontat.gding01. -'32 .__..,..:__. ..:.,.,.....;'.....+14144'6 ''\" , Issued to b.nk.r.---.- ..-.,-....*...??,, 2 4S. SI Salary Miscellaneous paving"c':, englnser. .-., ..'...... -I ..}. >11 .. \'... .... ..1,' \.

.' ' : :' _. : Interest _... .. ...,. 11'1, II'. ., ,
31 1912. > i 01 OSi4 "
August <\rd'a'r':1 Outstanding.! 4-l.'lS ,......-_,...___.._-._-?._ l'SI4 II .. Freight on. .material._-.-..... ..._ ,n. 10 .Ut .' "lit'.. : '' ,
;: 1. + Assets: "t. } .: :, Warrants issued ......s.4."' :.--..-.,.-...y...t.y I 111 ISr t. 1'; ;:, .\ .
,,'::t1,:,.. Cash In'Treasury _?.-_..-._.-,--.._...- SIS .T ,,:. r r' I --- / r .. , r.w. ' .1 100.02Warrant. .. .: \f1 ( .
,1 .' Plant (value at coot) -.___._-..--_.-._._ St 174 ST ;' . .. : :::' '. f.1t II l Outa lusuedl*' .v..,..... ; { INIf .. '> ,' ,,.J.. .,.. J'

t'>'1.'II.', .!'. Accounts receivable., r---.._.______..'.,..- .SS 0" y ,''r. Paid by Treasurer. .----'.:."..:. .,,..". _""i.---., . ... lia *l '' -. -,. :." r---. '.. ,\' 0t: "
*1 .
'l,1.:,/.r' / 'S4 tSS OS ". Outstanding |.Sli:'i: wa:.._;;::........?:.."S'_....._......,.. J l u.Jt ' 1 .10. ,. ) 'I'f ;"./.; ".;(. "
... _... .._. :! ;'Pft'
,
.
.44 .
,,"-, Liabilities! r ;raw ':' ?
'j.' .... ooua..l p&J'abl"-warrant.: outstanding)" ._ 14 444 *I ::1 \t14 ;': /, ,'?, .dn6, ; .J 1 SANITARY FUND. /" '. ... t-ll.'134'. +L,..". +.. 3,171 47;., 'f't, : .. ., .h .1y ,.W. 'r .'.." .
t" '
...,,. Yurp1Y.. -r--M-w----. .__,...___':". _....__.. I STS 07_, -i.*'.'.. ',J. ," ", ,Ii';; " -April 1, '1910 to March 31, 1911. !*: .. Out.tall4tnl ,_'. ., -,, '.; .: , 1"." I ,:,' ).' !

.. r . .1. ...,' ,. rrr : \
' !' "' > ,1redemptions r/ -- April 1, 1912Balance Aup.t ; \ ; tii ,
: ,
.,.. _.. .. .- .4." 1 'OS,"wP' tir I" ." "'!I. Balance. 4-l-10 .....__.:...-...,....-....::.....-..;..:... ''II' 61Rec.ipl4 ,. ,1J"i:1e't p: : I 31.1912 ; :,"' h ;:;<, '" '!",'
4-l.'lS ._ .
V"
a il ) '
i S : / .
y.w. 11'03"yl'gr.,7;
ari i' :
8r. : FUND FOR GENERAL PURPOSES,, '; : .\ : IL :'' ' " -: l "r , ) : ,t: .
4 , .
> : ." ,. ',1 Y'" )" ,01 ot ti;. ." .' ,. t. .I .
.
'
1911 \ / Rpt. ::
I 1910 to March 31 ..
.April Taa. 104 ,"$ ,, r. .
Balance In fuad1.'io __._ ._ 174 07 "..r.rReceipt. .' -- --(:_---t'------1..___.__-__j,........... ..._........' .1 II :: "' +I'," From taxes. ?;4r.rw.r.Ls._. v +.------- ar ,; : .. . ...... 1 : M.r" .
.. y Marshal sanitary receiptsWarrants ..._..._...,......,..___ 604 66' ."1 ifs la : Redempto. - -- . ,i. 1" , ; r'. '

.. .,: r _, ._"_ __ ._. I ;, '7''iS' .
Money borrowed ._ 331119liY'
_
"
A- From taxes .......,.,...._._ .....__. S SOO 0* 1 411 k' . . ... , .'.. .
>- __ ... "
paid .w-. _..... _._._..___........__ '14ft r .
,00
_...___ ___. .
''. Red.mptlon.a. 77 .40Fines. .. ." 4 "
r .Mayor'Y courtw .-.____...,........ 1 7'S 60 ... " .1..'__'-. ---'I*' ...... Warrants -J / ._: 1.\4.._. . r ,' ,t.1. II .1.1'T' -0.
.
, De. lax.. ._ _- .... "If' ,' Balance 4. S1-'U ..... _. .. '!'..........."....,."'\-- '? t.' .'4".. ' 717 1. pal.c. ... -;; -, I '.

WV. ... -_._.-.-M---to_**_______...-_.-WW---r..r--ri-..J(. Sl* 787 Oo" DI.bu"mentas"; 1':' Balance...$1-11 .... 'c . ,'as 1 L\ "f"-:, "' "'
nl
t' Cash bond-H. .K. Bwabey -,,JJ,._,_;,rT..Lay. 60 00 .' # ' .1..j.-..; 'll"I". .t ,.
.d
,Sundry. .Item "__?._.,-.........,....r.--w, ,-. 10 I 01,* 1* Outstanding .1.10 ,._04..,?.,.... ..:_._.-T....:..:__...'1.. t OU '{" '.' ," Df DUborsemenUt, ''. . ' 'f'; .,,'' .. s
. '" ...._... _...._., _., I' \
"* 1 Scavenger's salary 410 00Dldntectant .
Street ,
<: building
: fund. .......T.-Md'ww..w.'w. .....' ' TOO oeIItsfuadeedLtrom ._ _.._ _. _. ,_.....___ ._ , ., '.' \. ': ( I
.s ,Bclldlng. .. I' ..r. -r ;- -- ... 1' I ,104 7f L bor .*..__ .._.. ...__ __ ._._ $!I II '.. >, .' ,' I"Team. (
.. ..,... .... 'I''i \ '
'
- Iii 00I Freight .......-1'-- -........ rt'I' 'G ev.4 said baullag.R 11 11. ; .
.water and! ..it: fund f 31 : wry.rr.a.wr4r r.w.." < : p'1. rtrVrt r .

.\1 ,, ilIr.p.fl"J"-. "p. .y4:'. II 411 Ci1 raid by. Treasurer. ;.._...._.;.....:.;.,........._........;... 1 1 441 00' Curb'nl."' ---------o.--o. .. .",2'621 30.00 l$ '4\.: , . '.;,.1.?, t. ,,'.
+ .
Warrants ...... ... .. ...._ ..; ... '.. .tandin.U.'lI . 71 Lumber -' II O. ," I1
paid, .. -: .. .t' --.--' I .111'j. 1St $ O .. -----r-N..... .._ ,I' y l.1 Hs Kstlmat. e.tabll.bing grWNw .
x'
.11. > '

k .Saanoe .1..1.'11' .. .-..?-- l'I' 'APr SI* IS ,., ,,-, "':';,April '1i911; to f4h.31[ ; : 1912T ., ,...r''y, "t ': ,.Ma..rl.J ldewalk',[ &. Iem.. ---).?._......._..;.,w .o;)' .,.t1 ; :'" ',; j -'

} .' ., .. '
; ,DI.banement'I', : '+. r' :": -! ;...".. ': 10. .01" ;"\.' !.i,", Laying .andrr .___ .rw,_. ,, l'f: J'r
Balance : O. ,
1. r. 'J ". ,.: g1aror'4 4.111a.I --*' -, - : \/ !. ( 'J / ([N lam), : .." I\
.. ..... ' .r.a. ;
,Salaries .C officers 'f,:', ,' .' ,Cl1l: jY. ::; : ' .. " I" P { \7rf" '. i.-, Ji ; : ,.
,
,
7"
';: ''' ......4..>..It f'4Wr' ..iUJ. ,. f. , 1'! RPt.. 1'' 7tit! fr ... t ),. Salaries -*>ald t
-
** .0' .: irt ,. ; '
If'. C 'r f Olerk.' ......_.._.-....-.. ..._*.+.,...-t ..rol Tau. ". >.: ..! li ; Miscellaneous I ;.n..er. I-. '<;' ;,';, ,' .', 'INI' #
'I .
: ,
;
_ .__ -- U ,
;. Treasurer ._.rrww-err-r. s>Lar I O' A', : ; -------I. ,", !/ ., i .l l.t.onmaterial. ". ,,,. .interest .. ;\ j
{ "
.. .. ..... .. .. .' H3 00 <' ', y' : ' '1. 1 I'. .
.1 .
" Al4erm.n ---- --- --- -- --- '\' r c Marshal, , : au n' ) ""':: ,.*..---. ._.!.... .. I'en Ih
Marshal _-......___....:.__......:.___...., .00 00 Ittr.U _....,_-.____...__ __ I 16Borrowed ;: .. I .:. )" ., '
1 Police _-.--.......___...___._..-_-........_... .11 II' money. _.....----...---,...---.->r ..1 1&.10 1 .11 it ',.. ....a0 banksOutstanding ..--.... -- -...---.-.... 1'I;. 41rt
City Attorney -..._ _..._..;:0.-.. 00 :
Tat Asees _?.__.-,4.._..__.__....... 111 00 ,4' '1r 1.13317 f ,
.. ''Bs-clat Oual'4.t ----...-.rw,-.-. 300 Warrants' paid .. *. '. -----Y.1. 101 71 4-l-'lS 4Mr7rR ._ -_ = 1717 ue-IA
.s. .Superintendent of. ,Greet. .work _...__... 00. 1,1, ,.111.33r : - . I Warrants. Issued ...._.. ..+..+...... .:..r { 414, I' fWarrants '
.i:. Balance i-31-'12 .. ... *_- ...-.- ......... 11 41 .' .
,Fire'department., ., ti :1 '
Pay roll ......-..,.........,...........I-A.__._M: T 00IS '" .At '>-. .. DIab/1rsem.ntal, paid __ I I I' I % .

Frt'..on< apparatus.........: --___...,}..._,.... 00Printins :..F: i.1. .Oil, Salaries of ...". . ._". .1,440'00 .. WTr.u..r.I." : ';:'"" '..
i .II.'ers1-r. \ .
'V.' "%.' : ..,.. {* Out.landln.11.1' *..- -._+.. !. .,_ ,1 '', ; ,f '. .. ,' "
'
Stationery.1 :Advertising!, : /'i ; j!f';: .. ." ... DUlBf tants .n.rra.a..ar'l; 5? 'C .11 11. 'i .!
i . ; is ; Issued ( _._._. .I I I '. ,'I ' s,
-
PO.taes..' A.AdvertUlag 1 Interest,. : .. -3 .1 'I' i' '' ",, O'b.ak.'r,1.r .. } "
and Iw.UolI"r, ...__. S" 41 .t' :. -- r : .' . G .. + .
/ notices ._. ._._.':........ 14 41- .t'\-.i\f J \ y '_-....__ L.----saw.. ", 'I ...' : 'f" 1' ' .. . \ /1 54 ', ; .' '! :
)\ Fr.l.t I Total".outstanding -3*- 1 ...._. __. .
,
.i S till .
.
.. t
..
. Street signs ...-___................._. .. II eo '? ". r .., , .'I'!"ki' .: .
'
Abstract lot.ld.walk list ..,.. r .1 00 '1' ." f .. ."1' ". . .00. ." ;
. Blue,print company._._._...,_..*>...._, ...?.....** ,,111 'r 611 30 y, Out.tnding'.1.1.11'4-.o.' ": .." .J_'.... . {..\.' "tl 1'1 0',. \ 'q..' .t.\\'. c.; i' 'MUNICCPALLIPAtBB'WOIEKB' DH: QB.r .'i" .'>IItv. ,

. ,I, ; ; '. f' (.:. '." '. . j' .. C.f.: ,.. Augn.t L 1/.roh ;: ; ;
)1 "0r'. e t.n": Olic .* M.; .i"l ) .I. ..?: :: : Jifr( :. 'J.'I : : ; 1. : 4 ltt J :. A
Cu an. feedtll" prlwnero-r.Nwww. ill O' '. h.; Warrant$ pad b Tr.s.uror ':iw-t ve ". i$ I> ': 'ro ... '" ,t '" L ,
.. .. . _.. . .. .. .w 7\.1 ,. t ) : .,. w.Yra.w..a..Yrw.w.._ ..II. U /, { .
Pound f. ._. ... .... .,._.{... :,: ._".. : el Outstandelg .. .-.7. 4. l:. ,. .. .
7'!\!" WItn.N Iea.r-4r.4_..._........_......_...... 1110" "r '' ," ,, war 4.I1-1S., v i-------. .. W t ,- t. ; *{ *!'' '. " < I : : "VP.l- .
Lk: : Haulln prlac.....,. ,.....:........_._.._,;....i 3 .1" ' ,, ,;",' d\ .lew ..4-tr'1a.a-- ,. jjv ,147 0.. ,. : ., ,.: : _. ': "Y '. , \ .:.

.' work__ city dprl.oa ...._.,.+-.,..,.................... .-1'.0. u .' " '" '" V. '!. .-',.-. _',. ."t . 1//IL ;<} '( I From1tppln@'malni' :LrC.r -----arc-w.rti4' ,. .11.0.- 1''l: _
.
'on City .; .. ; 1 II : f
, 'IN!" . '1 "'''I'' '! ,r--:: :,,rr4-. ':, 101.00' : ;:: .'.'. ",: :to August ' '. 1 ;:" 1 W4Il.r"rent .- 4i.rr.+GiLr+wrrr..r.. 11. U',. '/" >;

.. . Ito wDrki : ',. ,' &:; i ,.:. ;: '' .Apr.It1112 i:lr.91z' "I''..1'1' .Pipe el" } wry. ;' t f7'' .1. "},'?
-1 .

4 fr,"ttf., root Ido.wer.traet.1.work ..Mn ..._.:....;............_,:.iry_.:..:.;..:...." ,.'I..Olt'.i..; \ i' ... ... .. .. : 'i : : Wrrant: rfasr.-r--w--I. ., : ,'
ridges ....,..,M . < .......... lit ''TI 1!< .. "%('I, ; .. redemptions".LLji'.i. ..:*;i'..._ i '(1'1' 11 i 1 '(' '," "''" .. 'h \ 7 .' , .
. ...._ .. "" Marshal, sanitary; ; i 'yt ;.. :I; fund $.$1s'1t'. .:.:.: .. .: J 't .
6816 r J
, +w.wr/.r-aWwr4.+ 100 OO 1< 'W t:+n4 -"" rolpt. .. I I lI . \ .
Un.' E.------.ti....__._.....___.......01..........'.:" 2111. ,...., .... . ' 'Iw' , .1 ,./., '. ' . :: i" '. .. . : 11..a < I .k \ .

'Y .l I : ,, !?:.Fr'f,-. ,' ..!! ,..?--.,.....--__., 3/,04 ".ft lll. ,... Borrowed'money'. " ..' "_... '. .;;. .:.'...,lrP'" > 101''1Wsrmq , .' 't.1t' .1v \; '' . :'Dah$ t.aeatstr,.. ' . '' r,:;,' : ;i. ,7"
;
.
.: "M .:,r' : '
:,, : .,5 ,, t', .. 1.. J ; . I.t \ :
J ao II&aeouat ) i 11 10 ",. ,,." .
,' ; Interest on loans _.,....._.._...._..w.r..r.- ( 4 17 ." .. ., "'.. .t'tT0' . '. .".; ,011' j ; '.J { # '''/1.' rf!; " "+ ',
, Intersvt on bonds. _......-.,.._+o. rw-r-::_a 0. fld h ea .' ----y" tRl -.J..I.1. _.._h' a+er.._ l. 3 " 9'- ..",.' t
"," '? .' : truaN. _:. ......,._ '-.....__M.4r.:" 11 1. ,' y" B' : .-. _.. .; ' .. '
--.j- .
"I.u.1.a:4
," j .etton .Ipqpsell ....._...._..._....,.......... ... 01 F, C t"'r. .. .. \ \:' / ,.. k." '1 6/; .t q, . 1.tight '
.. ... ,_ 103 .. ,1' ., i ; . .
dryrfr.lil4. +{ ....._ ..,. __ "i.i'';; .1\, .i' --i :', -1""I '? ))1 /
. l .lIn[ ...-.,.iw.............__...........w.ry.. .. .1' 30 <;! ' N ,> l ... ... _... .w '
.
:'!' I at ......-...,_..._" :....._-:..___...."; ___\"..'......?_' .10 O. .' .",..-- ; T'I"' .y..e.ilr. .I t ; .: '1 ." ", .' ... .1 .*....-.,. .-..---..-.......".... ."... .1 ;.,. ..
,,'. 'fto. :.... ...__..._......."- .. .. 1 20 \ \ > '. i t 1.N . .. '. ," 1 ; '. terlal for repairs.fcaihjB .;. \_...__, .., ': ,t 1, ". :
\ 7na.alAed' (indryltem.I_ \Ywy.My.,4 .41 U. ,,,1'414 tllS: ,S4l:44 .-."'.". / "-,. ;! ", I' iihii' ' '' op "or .--' ..'' t 1 ,.i 1 .
. :.i; 1 "''Iiwar' orb II rA.-yr: : 1
', -- I ), 001a/ \ wZi' .. ,1
\' ottcndtt .,3.11? l "!.: ......':',;: .. -- r.-."... .: !'1.t1 I' : . ''r' ; k .td gwr..rwh.: rYM7" !' :". w' j.; .rrr-.r. +fl.J1'" 7. <1i. :
.
y.i.r I
-7. .. ?rpa.d'DTr.aacrw( 112114Out.Eandls&11,13 ; -pond } r.rpLrYrrL-La.: s 7
i April'1 .t91t .to' 'Jofareh J, ' ;. .t .4 "i1. $ :.
.aJ191 .
., I : ;..' .s : r-rMra "
taco'In'fundt.11L.1. '! :_,..;..t l'.:Y..:9r- i.. ,,1 , ': 1';$44$31, L" ,x. ._..- .__."___... .. .. ,144111AprU ,,- .1.Te1.gr.m. ".-......". ,. ... : .1'1., ,
. ... : ...- : t t, .! { I' i4' ,
.
: 1R pt. \ 'iI' ' ., > 'l" < : =' w :
\ ,. ; :
<
_. __.... .. .:. .1.... t, ; f'! .' ;' : .n'\ ':',' 'J '
'
taLn.r-r:: ; "' -.I 't..l' 1. .' } .t! ,, ,0'-0. d / '
.. ._ { 11' ." l' r : ; 1 I,Ba.Ja .. .
pt10.,: w.w-.r.r ., rrr-rr j ; ,
<< ... _.. ...+-rr ..._. .. 'iii 'p .1i\ ., . 1 31911.. '\ \ ,
------a----- v. _. ._ : \ 1: :i.i'. \ ',\' : .910'16 Match ; . '.aBalano.in a '' I'
a.or'. eourt'rrr:......_....__...... "I. I 1>. 11 h t. I" .',; ,"- ' ;, \ . .. ......., .......... ", ,,' 10 .. .. "
t Iat .0.t .- ... "- J I.' '. i.: 1 ", , ..,", .. } x"r .JZ, ,. ,,.,:. W '1: "
r If' '. ..11. __..... ........__........__._..._ 1 III II \ ,1 .4'41., .! ,I" ; "I0 .. ; ,Reedpta,: :, ;, '':; '' _.. __- .__.".., I ; ,
,
'
: > .
y ffipplng VlnVZ .Tt"T.ir..ZZT I.J'rr5'll' :"
\ 4 J1I.! mi ._. '
,
'. "rl'Ow" ,, .. : .... .. I.,,..: :.: ; .'- .Sl'IU "'. rrom'a..+hxwrrt..r-r+F'\i" __. ./0.p1) "Sf'sRedtnlpttons '1. .i r. .1 . ,1
w Heater .
-V-ffSJ '
pn.aey ; "!" -;- 1' 1' m.._. ,, ,11 4S v.., ,, -----------4, ><> ,;. /' \
- .u-. .. .. + .
.',' : 'y y /. : ( ._._ ... i ,
'
i '
.f. .
+;1 1 : : I ,. ,' : : Na..r..1 __.. .... .. ; .' .
;,. I. . . __ 6 \!I' tiN'
Sd .T.c-p '
avrsntrPddnarYO ....... . .... .. .' ' i ipleiinee r,d .r ; t 1I4 .. r..fr.rR-.rr.. 0 .
I s v l
t +, :; ; ..7"j: ,. 'tI1 1. ,.; .. .7i .. Rewer< pipe w. .. . _.. ;4 I" ,
; ,
... .
; .
l Warr"lt. ..- -. .. { j
: ontract.work ._ ___ ,
'
, l' p4'' .. . ,. 4'' ... ,
\ / -:' ,' ., : / r, , 'I'i 1.1'
j' .
..":",i,; !. 361. jlt."i...".6!..,-rrr. _rR+r.ilZ.w- ,. .. ... ,!::,. '1 "' 01.37Di.Mlfemtah 't 1...ce".. d-31.111. .,.G.rr'4'{..+.'..'w.,.. ,+u:... " ', I.:. ..i" 'Ue ee Tapp.mal.-..." :.,: ?rw.' ..'. _.t..._r V..Il Ii Y ,,;. il '>'r\i.<'',"". 'qv '.

.
.' '" ', '. . t '. ti 1, t '. ; 'R 4,'';;.l,, h ;.Dlsblu.ml.bl' " .l'.. .. ,,{ '1" ", : *t - . ( k ,I' :! I ,1. .\]
. I ,
7' . .". ... engineer ,.S .... I I. .. J. '
,,, ?
" """t crlc.r.:.. "oM. 1: .;: -It. . I "T' 'f71'00 oa.truel.1r : .' : '
.. ....w+... .. ..0. I-ald Count y Treasurer. +. ; \ .. .
Y.k r; _..... ..__ ____ : 4ter.: .. .f : . .' ,,', .
: ... .. ,;.... ; ., II ITS J', 't-
r,, -E r4-r4- +,-.-...'.:'.--;.... rr-.rrrrrt........------\ ... .133 .eo." ,.., ,.. "-','I. '\0 I . "' gaApttlbl19i1: 't'Jh' ,J..U1' Amount ,.refunded t. general f ua*-_: ;'.* /T4X II, ,,4.1''I*' ., : ., '

i : yrw_,.r-_....._...._rR_.....4M. /S 1' Balao fua4te 1$1"'i i .U J- 17,0; ...." I : '
S'1 ... .......... .. + _. i '" "t-.t; : . . . '. ,., ". : ." .I .,. ) 1'- "'
''lil'oo 4i"Tjun '
h" Warrants '
: tT r T"t > .1" Issusd w. 16371O3 '
f"' < TreUUter _"tiiTi'!! Trt.. .r. .... .. -p. r wrw .
.. .. M Paid by .Treasurer rr ... ._ l'OutstOdlnt Ii
} > Assessor ___ - ..u -w- .IJ. -S? ,'J; '. I : f.UI..J ":
> i'ia' taxes 4rra.,1 O$1. '
" OHfy Atton>ey"'T ... ..l.i..w-."'.---"" ,,,I'1fi: .i* .. R.d.npttOni .. ,, ; 1'21 ; I.111 I.{', .' ',113t'il' ,.t : : ,. ,J.1'
.. : i
"I'
.. :" ..., ...... .. I. H r. .f.: "" - -. ', . ...\11, '. ', ;1" ,i '"" '. ,
t "
;,,I'. '' :::. !{e...._y....._....."'_.......;,. ..... II Ie ,1 } ?'rv ,4't .' . ,,:,'. . ', : :: ", ..' '. It'; SIr 1 .,,'., ." __ April. :1.,19U, to,1 afeh3r_ ." . ..a (1" :
,1 I .rragt. paidUo.glyTMasurohr, 't.12;
.
e ,. ..--...._' --........_-..__._--... ) 0.. xd .. ' } ,:"" ws I h : t 'r > "
t .WJ ...__ ._ o. 'n i' BNtaNtiq'ugd tlI' "P 11.. )
r.el. I' r t .
/ '
t .rwrww._....... : ;--.Io-t---'T_.. ...._. 'I'. .... . c.'I.: l . !.' ,10 .a' I"'f .'.1' ," ( ".
:! "' r ".. 1 ,"" ', 1-" .
i 1 blel/F-- ,"'...:..,....... .......-. ,-., ...... II ., 'fl.H" Ri. . ." <. P'I I ""I ( .Apr.I.ltll.AP Troo, t pp1.r _. ,i N i . ,, R4 .
;1 OItt10..rr'CIt7: ,lidr01t1.1ggi.et0.. ,' : 'l . i : ,iii .l'. ..,h' I'W..t.r .r.. ... ....... ". .: 1. 4 .44111113: ,1 '. -
.
Jla. .
.._. II J.'und.h . ., "
: I .
and stationery ::;; : :
.
.a .tI'la.t .
:\ Mi4301' r' > :"
: " : < .l"'M'1 .
.PraalnAlsfIi 00taMplr a : : a .""8 "" ... ._ _. 111, .. 1\.', .
.....- r ,,--.. ,' ,1\:1'i ; ,'J'. .. . a. :N.__-_...'._.-_ .., .. .. "I..1..4. .. ., J } -J" :
'" -.. ........... 'Ii ..: ...... _._. .l I 41 1 UI .1 f .. I 1- '. .' .Y. : l:. '+
a ....___...,.......,. .". . ,, .-. .. ( Warrants .. _. _. L s w
.....___. !, : .';t.'f; : ..... ";d. ; ,; .,' 'i' .; ...... ,' .

.... ...........___.._...,..... : 'I':''' ;j"l' ." w Jci ,) :. : t .,, _. ; \ .. ? :/. '" t. '. -'"
p..p, ; J ,... Jy
/e -
fA, tNtr.C\..... ra.rrrl yt1. i1r. .1: / N.I''U .. . .
\ .
.
.
: H.T''' I. i-11.23 ) ; 1'r
,. :! ,.,' ; "t' I.I' .. -,. .. .;. ..1 .."ra i '
.
.,. v'd'f.'I j -. ,. 't ""i \
v : .
.
,
.
\ ; .
.If
Jf'; 'f: .
,
: I j
; ; ,1r
'
"" r'i'' :t", '" 'i'' '1 ,}F "f ,1' I' '.. ; IP 'y 6a C'r
.... _. ". "\ f;, .. , "

,.:,, I',: l'J: ,I,.:,7. ;' ". ., '.o v. *. 'ti Y. .1


n t v d'' ,



.
T .
"t' .11" r" '. .' .
.. ,f., '" '. IE/;,. .' i"

k ) ..
.. '
'L . '
: THE KISSIMMEE I : VALLEY GAZETTE; :: .' 'r 'FRIDAY,'IiOV>lnfM:'i JJJ% P''

,, :P.\4. Z.t::.. . -..-. M-- ---.r+-- > ...,' ... .. " ._:_..-.-_ . _ ..L.. . ..
I" '
these. holding will. be' I Increased rath ;*II > n 11111111111111111. i 11 fi 111 Ti 1111111 11111.1111 i:. I:' i' "" ,
'
.t .err FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE er.thaA. diminished. There was 0' .t

w lii bought .at today's salseveral large f' i
'1, n2srsi lines, for storage, at It to $4 CO. The ;
GILBERT MARKET I.LETTER[ range. today was from II.ZO. to $4.60"1 i Cos.'j 3fi
Kissimmee Furniture
S four cars offered and sold. Some 'ofthe ;

fruit' is very coarse and rough, I.. .
t . .:!r- I but sweet ,and palatable California <10 ....', i .

STREE ., The date agreed upon, October 1, ,will stop shipping about November C. ''so;
; 'after which ,any grapefruit 'would be and there should be' fruit hers all of

arries as largXand welt assorted stock of regarded1aa' marketable by the pure next month; but In lighter supply,"; BIG REMOVAL SALE!J : :

r food department of tbe state, came; Washington, October 21, the following . :
,
;
GOOD NOTIONS and with It,, every.:barrier was taken
"At present there are about three .I ..J.)
to Saturday : : :.
down, with the re.ult'tb.t up In this
cars of California: Valenclas ,
night, the 19th, about ,eight market, Charles W. Heltmuller' has .I, .
SHOES I TS hundred car of grapefruit bad left about one and one-half cars,, which .. .

t ,; the atate. he Is'selling around 4.60 .to $5, but OCT. 19 TO NOV. 23:
r they are;moving very slowly.and at .
At this writing the 24tb. every mar- ,
and Useful Household, Awjcles; the present rate. It 'will require two .
'>, ket In tbe atate Is submerged with clean
**" I >. ? weeks for him to up. N. J.
...- garepfruU: near grapefruit jmltat'on Ward A: Co. .have about, one 'and a
found in the and Leila them 4 '
fir I i as can be city, 1Y6eeee40
grapefruit and stuff that would have half cars.' Tbla, firm' appears to b* ,1/S/ ''j,:
j:1
ft CHEAPER THAI' been grapefruit bad It remained on the moving main them reason faster being'than they Heltmuller are> better , We expect'sooa to move into our new quarter, which i Is !Mia, , ; 1, ? ""?\\1

.. the tree, We have beard from nQ quality Heltmuller's cars are I I .built for 01 next door,South, and we will give thoM who need any- r. t .,

;. f I /'/,r ANY. OT ER HOUSE market that this grapefruit la palatable '.MOD'S, while' Ward's are from the thing 1 in the line of' ., .I
'
but we do hear from various Exchange<< It la more than probablethat t

market what we bear .from Boston there will not b* another car .
of Valenclas sold In thug market"
under date of the 21st: : t
-. ... -. Similar Information reaches us front Furniture orHousefurnishings ,
"The consumers, have not taken all over the country, ,

hold of grapefruit as yet, due'I tblnk Oood Valenclas are' selling from $3

to several causes; first, the very low to $3.BO; delivered by the carload and 'd
k'> from there Is no reason why any good orange ; ,
price of peaches, Utaha5bingIng .
i Osceola Lumber Co. Inc. should go out of Florida under
15o; to 2Cc per box; second the very, $2.25 f. o. b. The best pack.of Parson i ian

.t low ppce! of apples best Western Browns are today In strong demand enjoyable feast, a* a treat many thing will to,1** cost, and ia
stock bringing around $1.25 to 11.50 at this price and better. ,The '
will. tome instance below colt to us. We will sell durin* this sale about .
with real good native stock selling I'opening of the orange season
1 PLANING MILL AND NOVELTV WORKS( probably date from November 5, as
from $2 to $2.75 per barrel; third (bei I
r'tr that date haa been fixed by the grajr. 'j
r v'TV I S warm weather; fourtht grapefruit has ers in convention assembled at Qalnes- $10,000.00 Worth j ,

;t. > f ::Rough and Dressed lumber not Its real eating quality as yet All vllle as tbe time that the same stunt ; .

__ -, of these factories are entering Into the can be pulled off with oranges, as '
_:_ __- with grapefruit on October 1. The and it will this ," '"1
present lethargy exlstlifc here" not pay yon to mitt it, at you will b. able to buy at

Ohl|, October 23 green orange fiends are alieady making low price for future needt at well at for present requirement '
Sash, Doors, Brick, Lime, Ce Lent From Cleveland < their preparations to rush this Jour yfur ,4
1912 the following: stuff out promptly on the* Stb. It Is *. This it aa opportunity that wilPvot July present itself,
.f Plaster Shingles Laths 's I
"Market! Is dull under light demand understood that rtothlng that shows again to the buying public of Kittimmee and aeirby townt. .
rvvo-thlris color will be in -
GENERAL BUILDING M TERIAL market will be lower I Indications are less than ,\
condition to ship Junder the law Ev
I f that prices will dec ne, probably
ery grower shout make It his business .
"
Kissimme, Florida range $2.40 to $2.75." to see that(no fruit is permitted We Will Pay Freight j jon T

J From Indianapolis, October 23, 1912 I; to leave his I station that is not r

the following : fully two-thirds colored after the 5th ,
.. ,- -- "Market: Is :overstocked with grapefruit i of November A umber of cars'have out of town ordert--CASH ONLY AT PRICED. Call and '

... .left tbe state wUlch have been passed inspect the line and if you do not wish SAtE, we will>e glad to
i m 11111 in 1111 i 1111 MI 1111111111 i i M M n 11111 n-r Chase &: Co havja eight cars by the mspeotor, as showing less
show you through anyway, at you will / to buy sometisae,
t sell Jent
on track here and cann than 1 1-4 per citric acid. Tb. I .
,,, ;' Graye Covers and Vaults I Specialty From Kansas City, Octofier 23, 1912. shippers have assumed that Inasmuchas :. and if yon do not, you may bare a neighbor'or a friend who pv
this fruit did not show exceeding
the
WHITE following: bitrlc acid It wax In ..
a It' 13 .ONZEv "Market demoralized tiere, grape 1 1. per cent.

Is the most endu dealers that have ought' lately merchantable condition, but as a ******** S # :
ing monument fruit matter of fact I be analyses of these

made. (R"(Will not ge moss-grown ; selling cost and less tcylng to get shipments: show!that practically none ,
out, as not moving.fast < 6ugh. Evans of them have reached seven times as 1

,. M.,'' : crack "or vcrumble.i s< more artistic : received car Ja don Brother ; much sugar as I cleric acid. Every I, i KISSIMM FURNITURE CO. i ;

S : S i arid less expensive. consigned; understand has several I shipper of a caJ of oranges that does '
not come up tcj tbe, standard of 7 to )
1 . .,Write rneland I wilt call. otber'car.. coming; commission; try 1 lays himself (liable under the law., J. EMORY RUSH ,
'5 4 5 ing get offers but dealer} afraid to and It Is the iuty of every orange; ,
u' : JOHN H.. PAYN KISS'MMEE P. O. | citizen a l-
loyal '
of grower In the tale every
buy. well-wisher. We have a useful Kitchen Novelty for you if you haven't already -
niuiiniiiim of Florida Mid every
r It Is unnecessary to quot telegrams > ask for it '\ .
fs' of the state wio has cognizance ot ; got one,
from different sections oft thecoun- shipments of tbt kind to make It his

s' t '. try. as they are all alike! It takes business to' protect the Industry by 1

,a' .' ,. from five days to two -weeks for this bringing these i Infractions of the law 11111111111111111111111111.,
oooeeeeeoo.'O.eeoI
f 4 .e. jaw it the officials ,
attention proper
to the
fruit to reach market. It Bs a little I 1 -,.
over three weeks since the khlpmenta and to take. such\steps aa will stop It.I ': 'S

5 'r r :Building Materials: began. After they reach, .rket..Jt The is demand very' limited'tor Florida'the oranges reason. today ,

takes from one to ten, day for this '
' that there Is an I abundance of Calltorntas FALL CITRUS
N S S fruit to reach the consumers. They that are weet; there i* an BOOK'S

[ ,::1., I CAN SBRVE YOU"PROMPTLY AND I SATISFACTORILY are Just getting to the consumers, and abundance of deciduous fruit; there ..' \

i I' the dealers are,finding that this stocks is a great abundance ot apples at,,low . entitle!\} 1
With my"facilities,,consisting of.large 'warehouses and tVe prices; and the (Weather': continues
on their bands, because: consumers '
I
yards parlous wharf and railroua trackaa'e.accommo-' : warm throughout the country. It requires For Value
will ItTbre I.I Is DeceivedSent
not. buy the
.
.
to develop
'' cool: .e.th.r
h ttona md carrying the largest of high grade Building
the market at hot
I enough grapefruit on market for it requires
.. Material In the state I and wfll,extend to the most or.ncea.r,
can you
., present to last for six weeks. There weather to \the market. for on Request. ,
i.1 prompt service and quick dalirerlea possible. I.' enough bad Impression created lemons. There west. \\ never' a fairer \

S if No matter how small the purchase or' how large the contract 5 among the consumers. of grapefruit. prospect just;.'now for a for good Florida season, It than the growers thereis This book gives the reasons for Fall fertilizing -

,,I can and:will give. .It the jmost:, careful': ,,.ed'mod stop Its sale for six ...k.. The long and .shippers will\ content themselves description of form laa\to be used, and '. .
er'' this stock' remains on hand, the 'and wait. until Uhelr fruit Is, '
prompt attention. ;; : .
e' : amount,:time,and mode of.app catlon. :
55iI less desirable' ,It, becomes, and the &oocI'to eat. V f
r e c JBLE7S BRICK.. JDaDtheir'.enat, -fa .., i less' Inclined the ,wholesalers, 'or the I This was, so thoroughly pounded '' Ideal Methods hare mad the, Banner1. ";:

LISGG'S BRICK.a;completonae.Isapcrrioos ., I I'I retailers are to:buy:other::stock;, Our Into were them'. such last conclusive, season and proof the 'ot result,the > .Grove.. S ....- 'H -
,
Faced Brick, qnamental 'Brick, ,Flreplss*, friends, who insisted that this stuff 'correctness"'of this:view that it seems ". ., :*'<" vV.; ..
'
a/>? ''before'( it., absurd to: have to: repeatlIK'Veverthel..s , .
Brick and Paring Brick. should. go to market JIrd7' WILSON &' TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. "
..hen "Veteran ShIPp.ra" and 'If ,
earn ui.'le. ,
w"r ,'ATLAS PORTLAND CEMfcNT.. ,Bibb's- wer Pipe e.L must'eventually"' } , 'other ot that Uk.. who are accustomed '. : Mauufaetnrera 01.\ ..., '.f l'\\.) :

.Wireat, my expense for prjpea, etc. '1 ; son 'taught" 'bY'hII experience. Thelty to exploiting' tits growers; o f .&hl.' ;' (' : IDEAL 1I 'S,
$ .of Iris that the,, erower'i1. theme state,"feel It Incumbent ui item- ., : FERTILIZERS '

'1 ,.... ..- .. who. .uIf. ... The' people -'who .elf**?to prorulgate.ai' a, ,_... the jf ..i1 JACKSONVILLE' FLA.. ..... I 'j I Itt

, ship, this* .,"It.fa;: a largo. number statement that the very satisfactory f f
? WR.ULLELt ,obtained, for Florida .oranges Local AgenVVfaters( : & Carson Grocery Co. .-
prices .
( o/tll 6'
It from, %
S of eases, ,buy \ | ,, '. -
"
last season was: due tq'the. freezela ? .rw \ of
,'uedty.dk Kaght'sT., ,. ,Foot of Frahklhi Street.TAMPA. .. on 'the tree: from the growers' 'which California-"when, aa a natter of tact, '
the 'growers:consider l a Very satidacl the Florida, Citrus Exchange sold allot l'.

', ., .PhooJlOT.WO., FLORIDA.: ory,. prtce. :;'.and* sell ,.Urall; the war: Ita earlier ahlp..ta.t ".%1.. f. .0 t4

M i, &* -, w *om''I,$8.50 to:$3.50 per box lo,0.. b, o. av, and opened ,the ChristsA hast 'h
r9i' 'sea at;"'$1.78; t. o. ,k.., and raised It "
. taking the chances on the fruit being e to tS.Oo t o.' .. before Christina, the. : .,,

't . 11111M n 111111111111111111111.. i n i i rejected when.H reaches' destination' ,..**.. la California occurring oa ., R. ',S, FLO ". J.t . t '
.\-,..''o.411111 !, " .... -. , and,,compromising*with, the, purchasers CarUUaaa pay Could U,b* that"'th* ( ....11 i ,. '

.... "; ., . . on a lower::>rtc*. !'which' ;will still Movie who bought this trait from the ; 1'S, j",". f' u :3 : ":' .t4 r ri
Exchange: anticipated*" the' frees la 'If:. .. '
lesvo'italryxnartala4lo'.tbe I.
ahlp er.Jow
j, ; ; ROUND TRIP ,California It *o. ....\1'did they do J r I :: ;J;' ; "I,
'.. S131 1 0" long will tote;grower continue with the fruit'they bought before ," / ,. M ,':,:1..1.' '' ,'.
,
::4 ; TAMPA'TO"f. .i toman 1 > *this'Jklnd of buslnessf,.Tho Christmas It the packing house la ;}.". : J. .''. 1*, .:'."\'
-
", ; : .. : : "who 'sells'this".fruir on:the'tree this state will retrain from packing ':. J G" }.."..,.ii... ,

to.one ot these,;;conscienceless: 'speculators oranges until they are sufficiently colored i . Poserv: : ". ","'... ,'i '
j : U'lust as guilty as the speculator .' and sweet. plaaalng to take: cars ;. ;: '. '- ".\', ,l

.,. PanamaJamaica Cuba t.' .-\ 'himself,'in',.pulling' the market of, Thanskglvlng trade, and will. IC' ... .;I; / ..' .

down.. than 'clos*' their houses' 'until' the S 55 Get omr pikes on', I'\ ::' ",t. \''r.; r .
,. Orange' : Thanksgiving fruit I la off the.market. ." ": fl'
:' "!; ': -VIAC -: 'The Ame Influences are1 svt work ] It'win require every paekinghouse lathe ..' .HAY GRAIN' ." L". '/ ,,,.'r.. tf"" ,

it r with ,-oranges.;", California' istUU'put i ,state running at.Ita'tallest-capaaIty FE t.: :'.". f :

{z t. ..a 1-; :L. ,'tt iR.' and R.; :&, ;O.'S. ; :: S.. CO.-1 Valencia log out'hom per twenty.day.. which to.forty are can. being of trade to at'take$2 .per.car box;of*'the.''o., b,.Christmas for every wkicn) we make a tpeclalty 1'' " ....," )' '"

'.I . ' .' old% throughout the country. Philadelphia orange that can b* .blppe4.IIWJU< 'yond t' ..
.... under; date of tho..list, advises ItT' \' t J H'we ; .J
*
; I ilST "OS AW PULL'TOGETHER: ,,\'
n 'Ther.W, la storage<< ) here'not. over 5\ .
Tb.'I.-t.: II...' So' '."BTaa<<.lln." ;wilt. :'as11 front\K.r' Vest 1.000, Daze .California 'Valencia*,', but FOR THE COMMON. -GOOD OF ALL : : {,/)".' ,
m S every otn r 'Tvasdajr dartmJaanarr r J n utrx. February and March; bctnalnair ". .. Advertisement. ',.I, .
.: .Tth. ctopptaJamaica *<,f.. 11 ..t.Colon..C. Z. two. days Kingston, uaa ..".... IOOKOMV CODS o. et.a aoekiaa\ .'m uaveea'. .. '
I and at Hava.'dndce urt..M daya* trip from Tampa.' Rat In-. . AN HONORABUt ..aCORD.PO"; OVKfl'26 YKAReJ .
OfOOO .O.OOH00. :Sandal:Dinner. : _,
.O + DelieadaKFor' :
: male aad berth h at. Ma and In port. Btop-ovcri. .allowed1 ' '
'
a , '.1 G.' G. MoCLINTOCK ] .
c ; +I I Tleket' I.llaUted lo'Aprq .'rti .. " . +. 'WANTJm!{, .: .Th. ladles. of"th.'Episcopal church Wholesale Produce '. '\ I'. ,
'
.
,,For tertl.r informaufn.oJl..on, or'wHta. hav sale"Clf Commissionr-Merchatit ,
IIomo'eooldnc.at
I will a ,
f i I aR .'. V1fJJII&f., 0. P. .". O..K."' '''' OII .b.'rr A 4'' e A Ua' of I' town or coun- .1 Daarf A D ma'.. ',stor eachSaturday a' ,Jm Horth Front. Street Fhllaa.lahla. ,...' ) \i I F f''.
: grocery I
,i = -- PBCIAtTIH8ALL -. +
',5' n A 0... ..C*.Jaaafaaytll*., A. C, L. .. R. Taiaaswb :' try property, that .yon wish' O I : ..... : ?\
afternoon the first sale
being anus
., '. lc1,; FRUIT SOUTHERN VEGETABLES1PlMEArTUS .:, f I,
i1 _- .. 0/ :No eommt eIori 'unleei AI.. .1 ',,held tomorrow, the 19th, at 2. p.; 1' ,ll CAR LOT? OK LBSS .' ,.

'... .' . -.. '. IIIIIIIIIMH.and . O. .18 madati . , '' b mTh* specially* article prepared offered,by for'tha sal ladies will :'WMn you start shipping CJtn1. fruit mall m. tb.blJi; 0 .l ladl.g arJ'Iioi <
I.will advance "
It: Wrlw
you monoyon for .hrpptirt f f
be first class. .tencll" yo.rav.1
and everything '" A
: (JPor'qiilck\tTBtums j 'best results ': .. '-3,' c.n. .....,...aov.JR. ,'. committee of ladle will be in attendance none:: Referenceat:' AU. Commercial, Yours Agencies and'tLetfadsIn' ', .. ." '4 I 4,1
s .
: .. . ..t ZF .e ,.' "'Th* *ale.Is for the benefit of I .respectfully. P'S: ". '.
.. .J' (:l ar'2 t: V ,the ,,'Want'V;columns *fn the Gazette ;0 ,4 01 .. 0.. ; the church.' -' 41-lS-pd: "_ .(3."R.,1fft:, CCLlNTO.It.: : It. -i:; ,,*
( / ; '''',
rH'i'' L ...
t.t "" 'i'' >.:; J. /! .. '
....:;'..;.' :-" , _,"" r Ow ;" .1:: .. /1 I'I'' f / : i i1
''' #. "J ".,:!!, :/ 'J. "\' ' '0, . 4ti4' ,. ', ,T" ..S : '/'':
; a-'f4 ,
r
n .' ;;. ,- , ,, e ,,,

S 5,5 d'4, ?, ,'A s ''Af
1z.n." . r



i'& "
'> .r
nft
\ ,

'. '. .., ,
u''f
t) !'
'I

; ....,..,.anJLJ .... :' T11E'.Z1'$1Mgull'' ,YAXYAtj.tTR': :, ' : ,. 1.we. .

...
L '" ; - "':' PAGE 13.
: d.aaeedl! and .U :brother. parted" in time f. Letter, *,in .'his pocket. .howeSf,, FIR'SIGNA' --.---;--- :-- -- ----

f. : E.;', :OVEKSTttETMlltEDlO Hutchinson, William going to GuthrU this."Overstreet, : ' ; ,Ward $o4.A: r rdon..of .e1t2y 1I'
"-, '' to make a collection before returning seems to have'been an one long blast of. i e : -1
: borne He wa scheduled: to :reach Kis- expert fruit packer! and .had been ''Ward No, 2. Nort ieatmmei; two ,
:$ ,.DEATH immee in advance of his brother and' traveling in the West. He -wa* 'prob.. long: blasts of wh' ". j :
'.' , had Mt not been for the accident which'! .bIY'jllng.a'ed..tn' packing fruit out Ward No. S. .. h '..;.31 ;
: p' resulted In hi* death the pre-arranged there. He had been to Oklahoma and long blast -of whi .... 8UtCio.a ,
\' program would have been carried out. was,.on-his, way home when he'' met
FHWH 6.: S. &, F.;. FAST 'TRAIN An it was, L. E; Overstreet, did not his death.' ,? RealdAt Lot., '
reach this place until Monday ,night, MHia clothing and the content, of Two'' very desirab*.' close-in rest' after.
after the funeral of his brother., his ,grip showed 'that he'' was' a ,man dent,lots one of.which Is a corner t'P
'KNOWN The shock of the young man'*,sud. of refined taste and a man of'considerable lot. These lota'ar/on the water
WELL 'YOUNG MAN ME:1tC : den death 'woa,a severe blow. 'toahi.; style in dress.) He wore a ewer and electric Pght line*.' Located -
VIOLENT FATE: .WHILE RETURNING family and friends.'."'He way born and brown' t of clothe, a' new pair of three and one half blocks from
.
tC reared In this county and was not only tan shoe and fc brown felthat., Broadway, and two blocks from
HOME TO CAST. well known but wa, equally a* well "It wa at first thought that ..hewa Osceola High Schoo\ Just the place YoI
HIS VOT'TUESDAT.William liked.. The followingaccount .of' his a member of the Overstreet family for a, fine borne.. wW are' offering I I'
.J. .' ,death appeared in the Valdosta Time at lI.hlrat but, hi*) identity later these Iota for a abort time at a very '.
( of November' 2, and supplies all the bowed that she wa not. Mr., Jim low pries and on, easy terms.' Call I
E. Overstreet was 'thrown detail that are known concerning. his Carroll, of..this city knows of his and we will show the J to . I
from a train on the Georgia Southern deatb"-. ; rel.tlvea.t 'jClsslmmee;' Mr.Carroll 89tf H. M. 'BRJMKER ,4 .CO.Nice "', ,> _,
t. 'Awhite: who was identified\ brother
; man' having a living there' and
'
& Florida railroad Friday night, Nor. a* being William E. Overstreet, of having visited there himself. r- V Wbm,.they'll.

1, about' 1our.mlJ above Valdosta, Klsalmmee, Fla., was dashed. to death 'From evidence Ga.:, and killed.' from a rapidly moving passenger ternoon before, the.coroner'* jury it """"t.
.The' detail* of the accident train ,on the G.; S., & F. railroad, i la evident ,that the accident by- 'which
are No. 460 A
new 6-1 Im cottage, two
the Wlthlacoochie river his
: between Mr. Overstreet lost> life occurred -
meager.Inasmuch as there appear to I bridge and Mineola," either. yesterday yesterday afternoon' and not this large lots 60x164, feet J each, splendid and make'y kwk. bore,

be"no 'one' who aw him' fall;and the afternoon or thl*. morning at I 6 morning.. His ,body was perfectly well of tree artesian Call wata. fifteen bearing .w ood is or thicket. , r
'exact;; manner In which the young man o'clock., '"' ., rigid when found', this morning, .orange see' this. propo- j
Carne to ht* death i* not known. '.It is "Hi body 'wa found by the sideof showing that he had been dead for 24tfPric, 'd.$11200.. Breaker & Co.' 11 .Arrow,icattenpad jhat 6 M
I supposed that he lost his balance while the road this morning about eight some time} but it wa.' thought 'that : a Ate open iq g t
ftaasing between coaches When hi* o'clock, the discovery beinC.( made by it would have been discovered' so yow bird :& get tooj bo
it-body was discovered it was cold and Engineer Lary who 'was on the the idea that her dropped from the Modem Honfe .for Sale. '
'.indicating that he had been dead morning train from Tifton. morning train ''was taken up. No. 4C9 New mo/tern/ 6-room' house, A special system of Wadding gjv_ 25 ydsJ. spread equal l' i
"The body was'lying{ ,in water. by ."Mr. John Simms of,this city,'was lo that of standard shell t
for several hour.. Hi suit cases handbag ; located ,on Emmeft. street, one block a' : atpenetration. yds.' and with greater''t
the, side of '' the track, the head and on the train yesterday afternoon .
and overcoat were found with him ; west of court houie.' Electric lights .
I but no money was on his, person except -; body being almost submerged,' while from Cecil and ,says that Overstreet bath toilet and avatory.' Lot l7Jx .11.?sal. '.I'e"'"' .me aM.......,. ...... ..., .t.r..',
his feet and'legs ..were.lying occupied seat in 'front of his seat
across a : feet.
, few cent In in inside 1471 Sever and <
a change ail young orange Cat los toifi,. y_ loci I. :t'
It 1 II a'croastie. It. i* very probable thatOverstreet's and appeared to be sleeping, when grapefruit trees / the i
; pocket ;; surmised .that he had a In yard.Thi Try Uma .. a paper tug* with Sld duck !.
, yea .i
'' : in p
considerable sum of and the death ,was instantaneousand one of the trainmen came and I la located in the very best
absence of it, lend mystery money to- his was caused by-the collision with hook him< and told him something; rent section / of the. city, close to Remingtoii Arms Unon Metallic Cartridge Col'; : ''i:
the 'crosstie after falling from 'the The trainman 'walked out of the'- car court>> house postofflce and 'business i :
death. He his home to 291 Broadway York
was on Chy
.
cast his vote in Tuesday's election. train and Overstreet'' cot up'and gathered I section' Pnce 8700. Terms on part. / ; ? i
'. The new wa received In Klssimmee "An overcoat was ring near him his :luggage and started out him- '24tf 0. M.'Breaker' &; Co.friiit .
Saturday morning and II. It. in the briars by the* aide of the self.' Mr., Simms says 'that 'Over- > -- 'I' c, .;
I. Overstreet, ai.brother.' went to Valdosta track, while- a handbag and"hi.' suit street did not appear to be -drinking '
. and accompanied1'' the remain case were probably twenty or thirty and he thinks that the jerk of the Track and 'trus Land. / .
feet from him further down the train inturning the short curve this ,?i'"I''
horned arrived .
They Sunday afternoon r lI o. 462-Sev4i and one-half'acres ot ,
.
track. These showed that the train side of Mineola caused hint to fall. '
and the of .\
, taken to home .
were the best truck sold fruit. land, In Kiaslmmee '
John Overstreet. The funeral was was running this direction. whenhe "Several people were,Oil. thetrain Park. "hi la land i \\ CRINER, & .'SIEVER' 1''Y 4'
from _tLin..P19xlmlty "
conducted from the Methodist church fell off of it, though it was .Valdosta.this morning when to the lake. CaJFon and willput.you
Monday morning at 10 o'clock the thought at first .that he fell from a the body was found. Mr. J. N. In touc with the us we
Rev. It. T. Gaines of the northbound train. Griffin, ofxthis city, assisted in placing owner; you '
pastor can deal direct ith him. 'This
prop. REALTY; MPANY
church, conducting the services. Mr.Overstreet "The theory of the railroad peoplei the body'in the baggage' car and erty, is offers at. great redaction . .:
i that he wa walking from on.coach' bringing! it here. ., ,
member of the local ,
wa a from what land in this locality I la sell-

.. lodge membership Knight attended of Pythias the, funeral and the in struck ,to the the'sharp other curve when this the side train of "His ,brother Fla., wired, who'Ousley resides& Co.in. Kigimmee this- .ing 24-tf for. H.Splendk. BREAKER. &; CO.. Prairie;'Land,' Orange ''Grpyw, High Hammock Lands-: ," t ',

a body. Mineola. It wa probably running morning .in response to a message L Timber Lands Land* at J1 Prices ,and Easy Terms. '"'
on .. '
The deceased Was a son of Mr'and at a good rate of speed and the motlonratthat from them that he would reach the I lit. ,
Mrs. M. N. Overstreet,' of Shingle place is frequently sufficient city tonight and take charge pf the Residence Lot. ., a
Creek. He was 32 year of age and to throw a passenger out of body." 2,000 acres Stock* a cr., will cxcLanfe half value
unmarried. He f.I survived by his his seat. It i* probable that Over- No 463:-Fine, large, vacant e merlot '.
for other real . .
t .
parents, four brothers and two sister street was Walking between the Stamps For Parcel Post.Arrangements !80x1471 fee close to lake. Splen- ertat : : -' ; w
The brother'are John L., 11. R-, L. E., coaches with his grip in one hand and have been made by did location good neighborhood. We
and George M. The sister,, Mr*. suit case in the other when the Postmaster General Hitchcock for are offering thi A large lot at the very SO-acre/OraateG/ ye, ill trade for, ball, value . .. < 'r ,;. I
llolliiter and Mrs. Austin. train made a jerk at this curve, engraving and manufacturing a series low price of $400 yash. II. M. Break. for,other real eat !e, balm easy payment ..,
Young Overstreet left Klssimmee throwing him 'off __ of twelve stamps, unique in sire and er &; Co. \ "-" ltf *< J ,
In the Spring of organizing a force to pack had an overcoat and a raincoat,' and forwarding packages by the new par- KISSIMMEE FLORIDA .
peaches. lie was an expert fruit had a check, in his pocket for baggage eels post. Under the law recently I .... .S .t.,' .:tm packer and had advanced in that business which was Inthe.baggage car enacted by Congress ordinary stamps : ,, -'- W'' .. .'I r..r.rrr..r.
to the ponit 'which obtained for' checked to Jacksonville. cannot be used for this -purpose. Get the Habit ...
him the best price paid for such His remains were brought to this The special parcels post stamps will SMOKE, .
work) 'He was accompanied to Texas city and. were taken to Ousley and be larger'' than the ordinary stamp f oJ. ;
by his brother, L. E. Overstreet .:who Company's undertaking parlor wherean and 'will be so distinctive in color Boone's Straight.. "
remained with him during the season. examination of the contents of the and design as- to avert any. possible "
They went from Texas to Guthrle suit case and his pocket* were made. confusion with stamp now inuse. DOZIER LEITHEB'S $ S JOE B&EJDyii& : .
ttkla.: ., and from that place to Hutch- From these -and from card: which The new issue will be in three series Made in KissinXaee .
ifLon, 'Kan. They packed peaches he carried he wa identified a* W. .E. of designs.- The' first 'will illustrate The Cigar whk tke/ a Taste .
. during the season and when the apple Overstreet, of Kissimmee. lIe has a modern methods of transporting mall, ( \ vlte oldie< season'came on they took up that brother named 'John L.. Overstreet, one stamp showing the mail car on a Box trade ao cited FIRE' ; IFE'A (DENT HEALTH '.i
work until they were ready to return who i* a prominent orange grower railroad train, another an ocean Look1 for' Union Label. ----- i.4 IS .

to Florida for the orange season. The and i i. running for office at the present ,steamship- and a third an'e'automobile. . _. 'r

.

,,, Yt!Ii! ifiYili! Yilili! Yi Yilili! !Ii Yt'li!Ii Yi YiYi Yi Yi Yi Yi Yili! Yr! Yi !Ii YiYi Yi Yi$Yili'i! Yi 9't !Iili! tFi Y!ti !Ii Ii! Yt Yi Yi"i YiYi !Ili t1i! Y11fi Yili yi!Ii Yilili! !Ii'i YifiYi! !tfiY 4'i Ih Yi) tfi}Iili! iSli$ I .
"
t LOT S'Z.4. PN 1
1 .. ... 60x160.... i ,
-

= Fnr the next :. Cape Breeze, on ...t Shore of'Eiftke- Tohopekaliga \ i.60x186. :, -- '1' =: (

60x185 .
: ;
!
UJf ."t'. :,, ".,,* //'ijli. !""l 'V y ' '",? ". .'. ',.,' ,. ;. > ' > '.'' < . ,. '. .- -..'- j y( .. ; ',* ', \\Jf, .ti.--i" I T 5i ... ?Zi60x186? i:..;_rl 'II 'Ii'
M ..',V'I. /... \ : /'' ,m. 'J'. , -. r .1, ... '.... _J "I.... /0" ,' ,'- "'" .V'j{. I't'r. ,>" ,.. \,II."' t, . _. ..f'Ii
' "I .. .. .' i''o, "Ii' ,. \, ". ',' ...,, : ,' ,,, 1'1! I, .\ .' 8 :..*.:,,,6tal86 .-- J'f. ,. r.
: ", -, > ., ... .. "; I.. ,,. ,; '' , ;:" !) .. <. ; ,, r.' ."' ,.I. : : : : .' A't: . : 7 ..*. .- .' : I.."

!Ii Sixty Days' ",":.:. '.>.:''.'.'"- "., *.'*r wJ.." >' V'i'v' !tad ;;'Yl!} ;":""''!.":'',',' ,' ".-''",, *t'.y-;;':..)' ',"." ;,l')-:!,,iy>";.s1tf' .';;.'!"''';ih--'." ;,,...,,,,i l'"N -- ,,-, .". t'.. '.y' ','!\" it i' -.<.',?';.".., .''.''.'.' ).t.'H';, "C.,v .L'.";'...,.,....,'I.t..,"::f.\l"\t" :'.j 'o'oi'j,. .\., ;:;".:;..y.r ,.:,.'' ', '. 9.8 ,...-.-.='..'.:-......'HxlMh'.' CSfXlOO 18 :. ,..: ;", Ii''!'

.. 10 .....__-SOLD ..._ "
''

'ffiffi Yi"' Lots, inI p&i ir} . 4 0. -, -=-- t 8 t. X owul.st'I"' n 1/12 V 2.::: ._i5ng.'LJ. : :=
.:.rw. .w. -- 15IIIII, ....100xllO,;_._; 760,
ffim! ' r"I'' '. ,,' 16',:: ___.100x110 ,..:. I ''160. !Ii,

1.-. j i.: ,, ,,17 ....__....100x110 ._-, !'t 760
. i I ., 'y 'J. : !,- " ) .___..100x110,*;.... 760 %' "f
., j I' i T / 1: ; N' ,. o' \ :.: ..W(1.1 4"a'J-1% ". ( -- ...*_ SOLD ,I.......,' :' m v'I s
I CAPEBREEZE C. .1 \"I\: >, trot \;. \'!a 20 .1..762160 ...a6oD1 : ''. .. 1
!
r'i .J' "';:; '!' :. \/,1j\/; ; t. ;>i.! .. . ..21.SOLD.:1' : ,;:.:. "'; "
.
.. P-.J. L. 4... . t.: J.j.t1'l; !;:. ...' 1ff.. .; ,'. :.<" ..., !! '------... 1'1I5I5Xl1 .--.q:' MO .: ;kl f" ?.i..,
1 ',', ''V-\. .\'.. i' ._--... VV ,,-.... .4
''lot' , / ,I' ../ .:'. ... ,, = "
I ,', 'D ". C I ,. 01",1, 24 __.__' 16xl6Q.t. ,
'' .,__. ,, ."
,' .' ." -" :. ,, "_. -- ,'," 11' ...",i"..,.. ."j'J.. ,': : .:, .,'.,#.fr'."ft.,2 ,-_. .;..;.,'16x16O..- .r.:.,,..;..,.' 'NO, ._' ,' j/.
.. "' ._'SOLD" '
/ .
Ii' ', '. r "T.:11' ""- ; .
': .. , " 1. .' .' I ., ,; ' '. 27 ....;......76x160:: ;._ !I!.... f.
!IIi. ..:. !! -l' ',' :' ,:iI.,I. .,.! ,:" 28 .,..___ 76x160 ,..__... .
... ,-- ,...., p;. ,..W. '. .1 .,. R RV .'"" I'' ., .' .. 29. .. _......',76x160.:_. iI rio" ,, .... .....
.0" '
.
', ; .' l"t Met "hw+f' 0 ; ." ':r 80 .0::....;.. 76x160 i; "1'"W, .;
!I R..Mtlj 0 y ,", . ." ,\ : .:. yl.Mt r :'7\' y 8111\\ .w::.... 76x160';:=1 .
''Ii'I '; "" .. .., '''' '. /Il A' ::11; : .':, . 82 C 76x160"_ : '''10-
beSold ,5 : ,
Will I b' i J, 1 l r"' I""'...h- I 11, ,83 .__._. 76x160 '''_' = '' ..,
m .' ::1. :Jlf. I, PI, ", '. 3C.1.. : '16&16O'i,' _" MOl :
..
J. JI ,.) . ,. .' ,,1' 'I.;',".'I. 86 I_I2, 76x160M _. \"' '
_ .I #t.... I ''. : ''':r".lI. / ..._ 76x160 _' I"'t' ;' "
'' '. ,...' ... : z. '): ./t"
,/ . .." , ti : 87' .L. '-16O"p _. .. ,':Ii'a
at i'.'11''"'' .. .' I .., "y ., X ll $ ," 'i 88' .Ii{76x160: :: .,/
...
?
"i"
./1. ;? > It :::=::i 1"1xl ...=::, :" ."
'" ,. .. s i '.. SOLD ._ i. '
.
I .-: b' t w" -. r 1Y, 401' -:- ? ,,
., G:: 'Pt L ;. <-,'1kI6O' ," .s
.. I -- ,
.. r < ' + f42" ;d I
;;. (J ...JII, t '. t ._NI76z1b0'.Nl ) _{:
'.!Ii : : .. .. -: :
2' '5 1'. JlI r-, ,I I ,- .1 I /t e h ',{ ..48:._'_ .I' SOLD ._' '
!IIi' ,. h", y',""". 1A" 1' ,h '(?, .A7NA. .. / f ,' ''" 44 --_' _,. SOLD 1 -. t rl ", ,'.
1 '. .., 1) t'' .l'' '."'/ ',t.1t .< I i t 7'' ,P. 46 .- -'-:!_, 0xl80 ...-' '..' t,11"ji \ "
I. .. '. 1'. t .ri"\; tt r \ '._____' Oxl O""_.+" :'I{: "'.? 'k
:i ..-:', ";,.....'i# t # ( e 47'.::..r160x160.N;; ; ..\ ip. ,

!I, .'. '. ,.-'.. '. i. .'" i. 4 '...'.;..._, SOLD ....-. l
'1 ....., ... .; . . ,: 1' j', Au fJO. !. W, 'i.: _. ....;_ SOLD .'_. ". '. : ....,.
.
!I fER" : .
:'" -d. v ;, .. Y 60 _:. SOLD ,
r .
: .. ,
.. .1.-i .
.. 1'.I,, : . at f- ti
,. ..
I /.. << <.. .. II''SOLD' J
... L'c, .
:< . ... ;1 of '1"J' i " '1lxlel'- "
H .
III! "" " ,' I"" ... . :. : '" '. '" : : :.' .., '
... .Y':, : < ,. 'II'--o.- t'I ,
76x109 t
; eoo
: 1': yir ; rI !'A'
I !I<"c ... I 11'\' " ". .'. ... ;. W ..:: ./ '161.7: eeo"I ;
I ENT. :,r'. / :t.1( "f.{."":';''dY.I j .. '. ', i. . . : .... s ,,84M .L .r.. .:' :& :::!: '.))1' ',. 1W .
I, !I .. .,. ::1J''.'.;., ,j"" ... .,,."'.. . M- \ 4' ..... ,.
', 'jf : E '
! .III..! ',." '. {_ .I.' .' .. '. ",.*<, .,..,.J.-,( ",\''''' ,' '.". ,' ,.... .... t" 7 ../.. ) o'J. Ji. ', ,.I; ':...':. ,..'..\ , .' _.I _".. ,41 E0 ; ,167:m..a26ll6a.3. : '. .<'(-- ,"r4: ,, i
1 : .....'
.. !IIi' 1 ',' " .-' ''I", t..+ 'c0.blu., ....r' ,. ..',.,' 'h.; 'f. It't't fi: .., "V.f.' .. ? > IS ,. F of t le 6t "..rr... .' 16x166'a.': ..:: . '
I '. ,,-\..:' ; : , \1 ... . 1 ; \' "'. .. ; .\ 89 U..;, 76x186 :i_ ,,160., 'JJ <
O. . .. \\i J .' ,. /. .,,' ,. .., ",
!Iii 1>\<. ."j. ., < ) \ A ,, '. 01-' ; < . 'ri 60. 76x165 .___ 16O" t: '
;I ar.;JI"I" .,..::'%1'': .<".- ", ",, .,'"...;."' .,' ',. . .', ,k! '* /.. ,. . ; Via_..., ;.... 16x186. ,160, l<:: r
/2
; -
Ii. I ; "" ', ' ,7f'' 't"T? ,. I Jl 76x165 160 t. tt'
!Ii i ' ar .< ,,,,' '" .-!. .pI tt ....>,;.1. :,"'. .' k . ,' ,, -, <' K 68 ,..;.;...12/76x165: ;e' :MO I ri '

!Ii. LIS t' 'p'r riCe ., if-. ",::, '" :t .' r .': ,',;. ..'... '. ..: Ipi, .. .66 :,:",,-:.,'" OLD "' -:-:-' ,"
_
., ; . .I. ", ..' "W '- ; 1 i. SOLD"'S ?
Ii \ 'i.-r. .k 'fd. .Y..J'N-i' .< \ . ;
\ 66 .
,'' I. ," .y ,tt I.: .. '. t" '. M -,... .M ",
:
..tJ.'t.;, ,:: . \ ..,;:.. ...,, II , L..L.ff ., \ 67 _.._100x176 ,.:-+_. spot ,
,,
, ,, ,, < 4 \ r.:. ''' : : , I .""
r .
I: it < ; I. "t"J" '. I r7 .. ea- ,...:.. SOLD' : .
'i 1J' !, tl .If' ..l ; ' : : .' fm-/I x 69 ._.._. SOLD ,.. :. 'i
: Ii' z. ,
> : ;
I : .. V t1' ." ,, C ;;; -e j ; III! re
.
.r Dn) TermsARTHUR ". I.r.. : I \ ...'' z1 ';:!".' J." ,.. .'; .'.. ,iY II' 10" ,, SOLD ...,
. tf :?' .(. .. ': '(1. A .71 .,._.::. SOLD := '
.
"" .... ' -I IEt
. .1 h .
" .: \ -\t\:: ;\,\ ..'.,",,.("! 1. : ,..(. ..., : .. , .... ; '78 *__.:8OxlSO.----\'M8.1i: : \
; . .
)' ,N"t, I ;. ', .. t
1, .'.. ,i.-I '1'{. { '! ,''. I : ", I..;, 74;_.T- 80x180 ....-: 900' .!" i y,
.,;II !liYiiiYiYi! 'i1: /i.of oflti'I C'ltO -
.... r ... .( . I , 78 .
i\ r .'., . . "., ; ..:: .<'j..J. \" "''':. .r'. .o .M_ 80x180 .-1toO .
J. < 1' , l'i" "
'.
: '
; 76 .106x180 '
v .r. ''' ' ;. : eou _/ 1JeOI
I1' I' ,,0'( : I '. i ; ?' .., . : '" .. I\t'IER' 0. I .77 :_... 80x180 1y
E.DONEGAN ., '" ", :_ ---.
r< ."
\ -
f \ ..; ,. . ', If.: :"" < 'I 78: TZ- 80X1808oCinm.Wxl75 iE\f\ .-t
; .
: ; '. \ :.. ; .: &! ., 4 ; '<<. : ... '? __!W. ;= ::=::: ; .

:' .t.. .. t. :,. '. ....... ,' ,0. :>> : : ..-..:...", 1... >:,
."r t. r. r. 'Il.f..... ..... ":& 661\.J;.:" ..., 1 r


'. ;;' ;J"UW Iltrl 4. 1 ;;'7;:;bt', ;.. ;, ; -J:;{ ;.;.II .!II ill'..!I .!Ii.!Ii Y; ::? :il M'.i"t!I.Ii! ,Yi.- '* .! I!IIJ! !! I ;: f l 100x1'try.' 'ii. 1m i''M1 :' .' w



\. j,", "I't'' """.. ..w" ';, 'I' ,f..I: th. :;' "}tr.iI.: .. ... .....;,, .,. 1
1., '.1-1 ,.Ao >1 ', 1' ;, "I '" . I .I ,z. ''Jl"
. ,1'i S" ". ..T : .. ,, . ? I I" 'i}.
y. '< .' \.1. x. ? +-r-'fit a'>n \ '. ""t.



.f" IW PWP IWBA

.-* :, .

.
'
"
1'" ..


.
'
.r ""I! .
t "

rw PAg, '\ I .)- .. THE ,KISSIMMfeE VALLEY GAZETTE.' 5.4x' i 1Y M FMAAY, t




WHAT'S DOING ON fine the and M.so 0..tempted Co arin. 'Co.8. .A.tha'Andersonof he prevail Report of" Louis .A.'Sear8uri" ,Ac ount tr" .

.
y' ( E I.I. ACCIDENT' upon Mr. Jewitt to allow him to )I

v', sell some of It. A campaign of postal (Continued From P.Ir' 13htven.. ,.
# 'v' I FLORIDA FARMS cards'.brought Sandy orders from } L ,'

URANCE es. 1, Cc ages many points 'in the State and he disposed Disbursesentsl; .; ;, "d'I ,. .:
I .
: of a number of crates, the.price I ".
ranging from $1.26 to2.00 per cratef. Maintenance '

NOTES FBOH"HANY SECTIONS 0. b. Sanford, which is an excellent 8al.r'' r
ijr not use thel'sanie' good gment in buying; price'for leaves and proves;beyond a Collector: ___-_---"-_-_+;.____.__.-.:_-.....__ ,.f9r 10 I
once that do' in goods for doubt that Sandy Anderson knows Superintenden------ + -. -----... 1 OB
a -
-------14 + :::0
you your r 10' '
for thing or two about selling Florida i ,Fireman __.___.____._-w., .....-.?" --rO.: (10 I (-.T IIV -

'.. clothes for,your family?, RICE MILL IS EING ERECTED products. Fuel __._:_,._...__..__.sow-+..-:-___-_-_-- ,__. __-..- >i L 454 14 ,
IIASTINGS' ---- nil _,.____-_....-...-",......a...-..."....-.,.&--.--.......... ,.'.' II 01
,AT ND'MARKS I' Para Grass Packing! _.__._____-.._;................. __....._...... I" n Ii i
Freight _._..... ... 183 aa
BEGINNING' anere. - OF NEW INDUSTRY This is the grass of grasses for this Drayage .. ... ,11 30 ,
,4 ARTHUR! 'E. DONE AN : I W RANGE,' AGENCYD. tN climate. While it is strictly tropical, Work on tlu.-------"Jt------------. anel <><111.1'. ...__;._.............-.......... 7T1
THIS STATE, it grows and thrives in this .latitude Shop Work _____.._-._.- ..._.oa. --____-. . 1.1'11i a.y}
j) Work on re.ervoif and turnac. ::,,_-,__..:,.+_ e ,. 7A '1 y;
.,' G., WAGNER Manage rIt ---! to a wonderful degree. Lubricator--------------------------: ; ...._.,
; M' ,U i Jt has been traced from Brazil, hav' Material tor r.patr. ...__ __.._..._....__.4_......__ II 1. .. .
that rice is grown .
no new thing ,
L I Mlecellaneous: " "
in' Florida, but the establishment of a I ing been propagated in tuba, and is Htamp. .___ _._...+ 041 I. 1 '
..'..c"._ .. . . rice mill .- an event i which accentuates ,the .leading grass in the eastern .part' ,Interest -..:._4-.---ww.__.._____-Lw4rww.______4--.-r-----+r. 11. 35 11. 31 ,
of that island.., . .
.j.j '. ',' i its possibilities.the mlportance, The the '>Pensacola.crop and , It was in the'.early eighties that 4'" IU -OfEztensioniI .' .'

_ Journal has'the following I noticed' an advertisement in a Jacksonville .. \ .. _.. '
--
paperoffering tor sell thesprigs Material 1'.undrY..It.m.- ;;::;,'.;;;;; ..:.-;;;;;;-;;.7.111"I--- '-" m.-
A large rice mill is being erectedat in small lots, and .recommend Dlower and tunnel ,:_.....______......______,_. liO 00 y'
., $ t.A'TTE BA OF SSlHMEE the town of lI.aUnga'ln Hfe-Johns its Water '''pipe .-: -____.-__--__.-+__::...+__--,. 457 14 ;'
county.' It is said, that enough of the ing great value for stock raising. Sewer.pips _-__---r---__-_..._..___+._-.____ II 10 -- /' 'J t .
cereal is Later'' noticed In'' some agriculturalwork fI.ptlo tanks '_.-_.__._.,...-_...______...-.__. 1011 'I .
grown nearby to keep the that Mr. .Mohr,'. of' Alabama Hydrants and'ylve.. .______._-____._______ .1 JO '
#' Oldest Batten Osceola'unty'' new plant in constant operation. However had introduced it into that State and Pump futures _._____.-.,..____.'.rr_-_-__ 11,80,
11v I rice growing in, the flat lands S.wer' .aten.lon : 557 00""" .0
.,
1' afterwards I noticed where it had Burv." ..w.r extension-------------------- I fiB'
of that section of Florida is no' experiment ___ __..___ h
Tapping 'I
.DeposV for been analysed in Washington D. C mains ---w-- -1 .4. a. "I 71115051/
,
ry plenty of the cereal having N .
.
'4 : UNITED STATES GOVERN STA B or FLORIDA been successfully 'for'a'< and found to be .very rich in sacarine ""
number grown of yearsbut very this heretofore I matter. I ordered, by<.mail a very Constructing engineer, septic t.n'k. __u__.... U7 00i \;' ,
COUNTY or OSCBOLA Curs F KlSSIMMEB ; small package and planted in lot in _
has been sent away, to: be,. cleaned and a 'J i - 11 !" I
Y' CAPITAL STOCK FULLY PAID. . . . .$$o.OOO 00 milled. the village of Fort, Myers.only; one Out.tandlnd'ht ____--_,_._.__..__;._,y._ I ..0 10 t/l,3
p '; The milling of'rice 'in Florida marks Joint lived from which I secured quitea \Varrant. Issued _____. _____..____.._ __.;.._ 11 155 II \
"SUItPLus. .,*,,i.,,-, :Ufh t a..y. . 30000.00 the of an.important start.' In the meantime, a ,cattle l

k bTOCKHOLbSRts'LlABILITY f . . .4. ... e0ooo.OUItEPOSITORW industry beginning in the State. Large acres new ot 'vessel came over from Sagua La Gen amount transferred from;light plant _.. lI 553 II' 3I i t

; .SECURITY.. . . . . . . .. .$130000-)00_ land in a dozen or more Florida counties Grande, Cuba, for .a load of cattle, ,.4-- ..' "
u and brought along with it the Para JO 1'1' TI' ,j-
? -1" are specially adapted to rice culture Grass to feed their stock oia-t.he-n.. Paid by Treasurer ____.___-____._._-.w.__. I III JI .
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS D AR NT and it is well known that-it is \' 1 .
one of the most profitable crops that turn trip. From that'vessels I obtained Outstanding \\.n.1 __.--________....____._ 1 111 I. .
'< i SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES 1'1Co be a large bundle and planted it, ;
can grown anywhere. and from'that very day until this there April I, 1912 to August 31; 11>>12. er;

A. Carw '!... M. .LeoVicePres't M. atZPre.'t N, Cars.. i that Fifteen rice would years ago ever no be one grown dreamed forcommerci.1 has'Lee'' county.been plenty of Para Grass, in Balance In run 4-1.11 +_____._.-_-______:__ .11 7. ;

+ 2d Vice .'t C erJr purposes in Arkansas, yet Income. "
j i today thousands of acres of land .in I can speak as to its value as. agrazing .. .
proposition. I have tested = _____________
3
the central part of the State are pro- it on a small scale, and I don't be- Tapping mains-__..,_-_,._______...__:._._"_"__ iii 00. 3 tot 00 JAorrowed ''
than hundred bushelsof
ducing more a
lieve there .
is
rice to the acre. It is one of the for cattle any grass equal to it money -------------------w--_,____ its p03sU03
fattening and horses.
\ great products of that newly developed Its yield per acre on good, rich .

State. land is and Warrants paid ----- ...:.. ....
marvelous, it can be cut --- -- --------- I 380 .a '
,
Within a few years thousands of two or three times a year. Balance In fund ..It' 11 "
FAVORITE RTIUZCKS bushels of rice may be grown in West It makes most excellent hay if cut --------w------ 1 .U 13
Florida counties and l'ensacola'maybecome '
before it is too hard and and Disbursements
stemy
.
+ a great rice market, just as stock are very fond of it. ...

ARE THE RESULT PRODIONG KIND Beaumont, Texas, and Likes Charles, It is a shy seeder, always seeding Nxlariee. : Maintenance .

'u supervisfoi/and honest La., are at present. in October, a dear lover Of water and Superintendent ____________-_.____.______ 110 041 y.
They are Rood as Engineer (tIre auto) ____________________ ''
GO
methods can make them. Spedls.! formulas for Good Prices ror Lettuce. rich muck land, while it grows fairly Fireman _________________ _______________ 211\,11 00 1,
CITRUS FKUITS.1 POTATOES. TOMATOES, Sanford Herald: Lettuce has not well in poor, sandy land. Collector -----------u-- ________ 125 GO 110. 00 ,
MELONS BEA1' S, STRAWBK ES, LETTUCE reached its maturity, in fact has not All that Para grass needs in this Fuel -------------------------------r-------and _____ 1 011 I' .
',, CELERY and all truck crope.INDfPENDf climate to make it a rich grazing: Hauling .uppl" material __________ .1 ii .4

1 WRIT FOR BOOKLC1 I even possess intimated a head, that but the it tender would leaves ever deal.-Capt.country is a fair F.'A.chance and a in square Fort Freight; :::::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::. .11 70 f1 i
Hendry
+ FERTIIIZ[ COMPANY are most palatable and in some parts Myers Press. Work-on----boiler-----------------.-_---_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_--__-_-_-_-_-_-_ ,al.770 35 '

.... of the country leaves are all that the 1I1I..cl-lIan..ou.. : l'
Refund water rent ____________.__________ 5 10
JACKSONVILLE. FLORID people expect from lettuce; This week Kudzu For Shade. Internet hn___________.________._______, ,. I' 730 .; J
r J.,M. LEE. Asset: Sheridan Jewitt had some prime stuffthat Fellesmere Farmer: In. recent .. "I i i5458PC

i ; while not headed looked crisp and I letter, Mr. C. E. Pleas, of Chipley,
I Fla., who has done more to intrduce Eaten.ion., : .

kudzu the Tapping main ______________ ___.____ "
new than -- -- 11. 00 '
i !!;;!Ii Jiy1y1yfy1y1Yj! ! Y 1 fi ly5ylylJ5! ! !Ii !Ii!Ii Yfi; !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !J5R9II5fi! ! ! !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Sfl! !Ii !Ii I else in the forage South crop, that in anyone a Water -pipe-------------._-_-_-_-______-_____-_.______._ a1s,. .21. 'yOrating.

!Ii Hi recent trip through Alabama, Georgiaand ----_____-___-_-_-_-_-__--_-_-__--_-_-__-_-_-_-_-___-.-- II "i
Florida he saw hundreds of vines Hydrant. and CltUn. ______________ _____ .1 41. ,
.! used as shades about houses. In Doth Sewer pipe ----_______-___.________-_______-. aOI 1. 1 011 35

', HiHi an, Ala., about half of the residences ,

'2 DJ UNDERWOOD were thus decorated. At some of the Banks' _ _____________ ____________ I .13 / 1
Hi places th evines were reaching out '"
on the telephone wires and Oulstandin ,I ,..
hanging 4.1.,11, ___ t
tll .
Yi f' . '' HiHi down in long festoons. At Tallahassee \Varr.nt. i.sued ____-------u______h____.._________ I a75 03 15 '
he saw a efild of several acres of

'y; !HiHi kudzu that equalled anything he had raid by Treasurer -_uu_________-_____,___ 559571 1 I.a .1 t.N

grown himself. It was set in 1909. It Outstanding / ____________.. ____ .
m TYPEWRITERIIIIH HiHi had been cut for hay.in June this year ".u d to banks-31.1I . ____ 111 o. .' ., ,

and on July 22d was as high as the Total outatarding.5.31=-1t-_-_-..:-_.-..-.,-.-.--_-_-_---- .1 I .n 53 15'JI f\ :.f
wheels on level and would J
a
!Ii ..
.
'
!HiHi easy .
cut two tons of.hay to the acre. I

,. . Yi .. I, . This field had been the home. of briars, GENERAL: STATEMENT-Financial! '
; '. weeds and nut bur the !
,' grass,, owner ,1
MechanicalL !Hi told Mr. Please that they had all \ ,', ".I.(<1AUgu I.I.:1: ;" .,. Ij
4 I 1 been choked out. There is a fine patchof .. ,i' \,.' :, ,...<;4 ''h< sa4 ,.I I.\t''Jli'\ !' ...,.inV . I,' \,
,
JfiHi
./ kudzu in the Fellsmere Adlv'\\' '.Ii\tl'\lrilohWiUi1i: ';\ A8Ht. a. ;
Demonstration
tr* ftTVr.i, ; \V:!?'II\ *? .,{ 'III & .. Farm. Ca.h In Treasury for various purpose.d, .i '.
3
Water rents uncollected ..,-._-.*_._.-.' .' > .;783 414 aa II r
Efficiency HiHi Light account uncollected-_. ..._.._. ._ .
Beggar. Weed... a Soil Renovator. Taxes due and uncollected .-.?.-._._._.....-._ 1- SIT IS N 3--
L j Lynn HavenTribune: Florida Taxes In execution. -_-__.---__-----__..... SOS IS 1 ITO SI
-, _. HrHi elver, or beggar weed, has proven itself
,
AI to be admirably adapted to the'. Hp..elapavlnlr certificates _________n____-. 815140
sandy soils of this State. Not only

I. :Iks_UNDERWOOD, TYPEWRITER( ha been & all expositions of import; sice HiHi means of its long''roots it penetrates Bond funds::_ IS 114 tlS74 i
does it gather nitrogen fro mthe air' Bond fund N. B. n a
Carson. Tread _... _.___ l us is
? a1. 1900, sad b .EVERY cue'was awarded rat prize. ,Ta Kit followi and enrich the soils with it, but, by Bond Interest fund. Bandy --?.,._,.._- ____ S4S 1C '.. '
oils, to considerable depths, in searchof Blnklnsr fund C. Ik Bandy, Tr,..........-*... 1.116 IS 'II BI'\
t'r... ,. !HiHi
\ food and brings it nearer the sur .Ii '
'
'\". .. i.'.. './.,.'., "'',,'L.- ,.. .'. ;' t" face where it is placed in reach of Fixed IS." (. tl. '.",II,
:-- *
(
,,,
all cultivated of ordinary bab- (Non-Produotlvay!>> ',' "
crops :
J'
!Ii ; arf 4+, v ',
.. '- ita of growth. Florida clover grows City Jail .----..-.......;J..____L___....., S 000 00 .
.. !:" :" t '*' in various portions of the State ,and .Other real estate __.... _-_. 1 40O 00

\ "to: ., ,'.',....'.. .. .I' " ,{ .. ,' analysis have shown it to possess.ex .Fire Furniture-and department flx4 equipment rea (officer_ ,...._......,_.N; S OOO aOI.e
.. ,;' ....Gra.ca'Prlae..Turia.....__.._....___ / ;( mm -. _ 00'Street "'-
," II Grand Prize, St. Louis Exposition 1904' ceedingly high feeding value:. It i p-> department.equipment-.. +. :- -.-... lOO.fOElect '. 001'00, '
;._. ... : ." : . ;.. Granii t Prix. 'Br ... ---.1.. peals to be equal to the bent weadow "' ,#i''t'\ ':' 01.1",. '" Produotiy. :14.,, .
r. OJ'
. I'etersburg.19O1Greed
.
't. i -'-- / Grand Prix. St.:; ; hay respect and all stock con. ; '.. . -- ; .,
,., :'. . Grand Diploma... of Honor, Beunos : : !Ii intthis rl.< plant'.-----.w.: ; _....._+.. SI OOO .O' ,"1"
.
& y'. .." .. Diploma of, Honor." 1tenbrg. Ii Florida,, it .is al readyhighlyNprized! Waterworka. '"and, a.wepage----------a4' 10 OOe .S. "j"009 OO

':., ,. ".. 1""' .. .. 1'.u. .. .'..__...,__ _..1'1. /} ,....,.',,...._*.....!90 :!& by some for planting upon worn sandy : ' 'j, '' *% ': -l>' Paaalvei" ; -

; ,try:,,:! :GnGoMedal.' 8L Petersburg. ItO ... Diploma! of Ronotf Rome.' .:.,..1908''' Hr condition soils, to and improve the great' their merit mechanical it possesses PayenenlL" .: bridge, : *.0.- ..._".....' ..., ..,U"_._ 10* 00 It" .

; ,/Graad Prix.; Turkestan J.Wle ;; WGoldiJiedal -:' ,: ,
ar w..l for
: this *
'0 Grand Prix, Limof .. ..,. purpose, and itr.hlgh .1"' .
I .. .1903 '*; .y' : . .. H,
'Ii.i t Gli gow? ", ' '. ,. feeding'valueare. sure to brinp-it; '7'', '' :\ : Uabyitlesc i I "
,,;,: ? / -.n .-'rltoJ" S.I.ibattngu ". ,, ".." ", ......... jf 'I9
and Prl.., n..e.r.... ;: .. ... 1.02 .!Hi eventually, into more general use. It : n"k d '
- -
-
Grand. Pdse,. Barceloaa .....\.1>07 Ia' a wild, rank in Open accounts payableTL..f.: ...'...:.._ > SIT CO '
U. ; grower many sec Outstanding warrants I..._.... .. .... ,
..
!<< [ !: yICell -- -- ; OS, IS.ITI II. '11
";yk;, G0MMedai.! ; Jaaiestowa-.,-.,_ "*7 Grand'Diploma. YnJcV----1' done, and can be made toy flourish noneledl-, . .t ' .' .. ,. ,' i''!;
( + without effort T" : *
...
,
anywhere, and will .
J1 ..,'Crind Prlae,, Kua ,,wilT.. .,. .Ktdal.fan 'American. Buffr' .< Hi course of a single It Bonds, ,(as per motes. -.4.r i II SOO OO .". 1 ,
"1 \ : : I" '. season. cannot Special paring i--....... L
t -r. _..__ 1
SC 0 0 .
'' ; tt" !Him 0 II SOO CO lA
r ,' : -Cold Medals (2), Pertl.... Ore.lo; $ ,' .l ". "'. .._, ..._....'.__ -.-_. 1801'C.old"51eda1 produce several crops of forage in the j '
'.' ; : .: ;. :.. !Ii be .too highly "' :x>>mmended ,A' a renovating lit 111 OJ'' '
I .r, r :Grand :i Prj'te., JUSi*.,. Htf! ,,,**,,l 9 5 ,' aria ?;! Iasir,1f00;;. agent on. the:- *rorn> candy Ezoee.'Asest.'Ovar' .Llablltt.i. :,"';... .;.........;;: U' 7N II :..1".(., ; Rusi
., ., '-' .,. ,; ' ''' '' .1t ;, .. I.S oils of this State. ., ), '- i
\\ ; :i.'j 'I. 'i'l. ,
., : , . .. tits aI
; '. I ,.;. .i.',.', '.,.,r,. ,. I&: l .
"f,' ",.... . ."M". _.. ..i:;.,:; .... ': .... {, ":t( 'I'' ;' \ inf ., . , 'MUNICIPAhi' 'WATERAND < ', :, j\ :.' I'.
'
.t ".,{., ,.',''. .;. ,.111111. . '' .,.,}.r;.' 'l'r.: .':'.<." "IIt\;., ..' ,"'',(' < !Ii Poor 'Citrm'ruit'.' Market. Until .' 1 '- SEWERAGE.. r 1M1.
.'" ,' ." ..7 ., ....i11\\. :. ,\:,, -...' J ,I. .' <" ,Chrlat.... .' ,\ :, AOgast n,''im., ;oAct ;
.
...,..,,\ 1 :;, : '; ''r .- .- ;,'M.. , " J;" ;"" ',"':' .'. ', ': ' : Mean Johnson' and Turner.- of : ,, !', .... .... 'A..et.i': y ..'... .,,. J
.
; il" ;; !I\\fi-i'it" ; '' ', ''R- ,
'
t" .
: ; : ; the local \itrua :- .. y. : ; P
; ; < ? :
I .. ,feV.J'V: ''tIsiCoiipa ftj. received ikJ4 ,if .I i! '
; .tip ..BtttCrtsMmYz tIMId"awar." 'tie' Exchange says the Orlando rt.r- Cash In -Tnaaury,4; ; t S44 00 ,9
1 $ ;"'' ; jr.r.1-19 ', y' n "I Star, got home last ,,tnwunta. ;rttar ly.ble '__-_,....,, -.. -........:..... ' 414 IS.Plant .J' ,"" .
, 't.i. ; :t -TfaaUit.rtit. : t of *!aayba.ia'ia' 1 10..:M' : !. .) ,.. ;. ", . ... : visit. night front a ..... y.'- ..f -- 1,111; t. l
,,, to
: ',""*-" ; JF' Ciaaimmee much impressed "hr"
& W S W-1- 1T" '"tyff I'I! very
"
11 Ei 'tr'*,'-L" ..,,* ., ,"i- T.. :jr .' ,' , with the specimens of fruit -.r.--.; ...,-.,,..... .-_,.......;.""' -.-_"" II 000 .'" '.'.' )0, .'
: ': \" y1' r,.':-'-: : ' "(aJI Imaorlaa t:'h _.itL4.c..t .... .. .. \ they saw1" there.. J. '" ." .. "
'!!% E "" 1" ; .ta" .. .. .. ... ...;kddlalk. '!Ii '* ' '. , '. .,//It ..
:
1!! r- r"
Mr. 11.
: Turner
't. *- ( said todaythat .
'
:' *' i. ( < he
: \ |rl" >* never .
*
'
2fji&'Z': ,' ; ',, tla>i '''',GiutiStaiMraaslEmpa, : tko wLaas.a ....., chi Mew! : ; ,; .. ": < j i ) I the 'grovel ''of Mn., payable'warrsnts ,oat.tandfng'i I
? .y. a1iI&td r If
.d, : : .t. _,. tl.I\ UNDERWOOD ,, i .. i OIlerrygof, Bond.ds-: fit, ..
" "-'- ' Kissimmee.They went '1
.b* ; Water bond.0..
n = "d'wt'r .
) ;
" l i' down :
1f1 .r. .'
' . especially to look this fruit-over, ; _
.
t .
!
,
iJIr / ,' All 'tpVod record*-K.f ad.u1 sad .aamatrar-w. held "by>: perataf ;el tkU'wa: -_ ) with a'view of'determining/. ,when 'it ,.Surplus> : { ... .....,. ..._... .- t 41 .ll 1C \,
: YIZ, ,|lW j; !..Ii will be fit for shipment;.They1 decided ""\ --- -. ,.-..........___, ,s IM.IS
1" .
.db.L. !Ii that it.would not ',.ady.for some "

Jr, ) . ,. I. .'." .' lrc time.According ,7.' '' ia, STS ii
!Ii !, to Mr?Turner In view of /
11 n .the shipments of green :bruit there I r. . } :+ .'

VAdtoQ4 i. Typewriter- Company Inc. Will. be" very little market for?citrus .....
: ; & fruits until.after Christmas., "A few ',
can of extra fine fruit can be shipped nllPAIW l
MERRILL-STEVENS' ,,
CJ
to advantage '.for ''the Thanksgiving 0Md
UNDERWOOD' BUILDING: ." Ii traded said ,he "but 'very'few.,, The wm'mr"" I.
markets'are loaded with fruit r ) *.
*' nowand it Is green H ye a S't .e wide reputation for the and quality
$i. NkBW'XOR.Ki not selling; j'! quantity{
," t m .!1 Mont look to, anything, like a ,of work e4 :per!"Mechanise aent .out.. 'General Bll lramIthin.r -

: 6 ",' :;.;Ir.BC>t 0&a Tir/l.gint tiV.lN.dd.. 11''' general.tenth! to Ute.mtddli of Naramber.w: n .ring J J Beams[ Ac.tTl n EvlJWekiln' . ;

,
1 ,,_'i''q 'Yi White O. i y, c
+ j
,. .. u' .pr. uir,:sue'f 3AaESoNyuu.FLo: 1o !Ii Would. Divert Gulf.Stream. ..11\.tock\... Geftralpurs. ins -fMiim( t ? I :
., y \ T.'IfOe ,
A N.-r. !
York
,, ,
;. 4f L r"i '' ' I engineer wants to jetty .
.. ? En ears
rf"t Con r.
." "' ", .' ''iIII tit.c1J1latnua and divert it to the : an! < .,. i 1 ;

;!'1.. ,t.'t, rr it- Wed.f" life-; J..1i t"'i.I_,. f. i ._ :. s G '-- ' T north polo so as' to melt the icebergs; h 654 Eut.J'Sf. i'P. .' _

!Ii I.Ii.I! !I I and mollify .the'dl.nta.- Says it can I ; 5
'
be tfoae f or f 190,000,000., '
"' .
:;:ri:.,., jl j ,1.i.. ...., -' ''tV'MI't';: '': .yr'r+ ""f""f." "' h'f"' 7h.l: 1 !? kit d'iMaw .,....' '' ,! V.V' ++f"t.-' .; .. P rlJf' .... l ' or''
M911r'2 7 !' .
,
..fi'.I .. 10' J" I, ) < 'J' :::0; -. .,.
i ."...... f..;; t ; !" ;. ;I 1" ", '

t '.< .. \ ': t'f'' ", . .' "I ia.. I 4r r, ,'' I: .,. v" .'. '

;. *",r



.. ", r.
\ ".

,..y. '0/----' g1mI, i1r: THE KISSIMMIL'VALLEY' GAZETTE. V. FAG I If.

: -, ........_ ,. ._- ,. .. .
" T
they, '.. 'a rule, act and, sham all .

f. : : IILE E :61 fS SIXTIES sand sp. theidtim for each other,
: spend Under the moat I
rrFall i iI artificial conditions,' pleasure seeking T
H M BREAKER & co.
Announcement. < [ earnest A"they; conversations-ever .enooa.with.._each'to other have : < .

j James Projectile' ''Used t Durng to, discuss the -more;'serious aspects ,
.
. .. of their/ future life together? No, the .
[': .; ( "We have just returned from'aja extended trip through" the!,,!orth'I Civil ',War:; entire buatoee*L 1* conducted .In. the BEG TO ANNOUNCE. TO ..1IIt'n..... Mat i ..., .... .....

and : the I most abswdQy irreeponslMe. oncemarriedwe1ihakdewnallright ...... .afcA .... ... .. '.... N:-.... Hillisai,
Eat have vuited all area markeU and have purchated theo
spWt,
;
is ple.a.d b .... iW. lL.rr
.
.
Artillery '' which rn. .a ,role .Itrbn.WE'.4 '.
would be comical butforhi
:: ,molt magnificent t'&D most comp henMve.ttock that we have.ever An OId-1lmti ", Missile Mad* ef N
' fact that the result asoften so deeply
1, : ,hewn. Practically. all'; of,'tis'" are rtow. .in'"'and;;!''on diiplay.Silverware' .. Gael trop.nd:: of MOlt Peculiar. I t.ra&iea1.-Londen ObroJ c1.. 'ARE LISTING !BAIHU1NS!'EVEKY HAY

\ ; Such'an' array SterliI ) Hand Painted 1 China, andst.reetleg, Construe
jewelry '
| tlon. I A N.poIeeakReHc Fond w, II Cawlt err Est, sad sh.rhl fail t thrtrlia s ''
:Magnificent t Cut Class, Clock, ind pier
cl M4 talk
frip rtr .s rtyrfrt write wfl
7 MI MT as w
IF ,pracious 'gems,/i mounted' and uf mounted; have'\ : .never 'befor..* been'I I PltthidelphliPa.Of,' the many !duet(town been of Dorpat discovered, InRussia a remarkable there relic has 1' *tarn m JJW-nBf| 1.kt tUB, Md ifc prop'"M| ,.aai. VVMfVft. 4,I ?, "

placed.on sale in .this State. style: of.. artillery I, i projectile. i made i of ,NpoIeoi&-lusaian: campaign! lathe : .. '" .. ... i
.
and used during: tba'War. for the form of a copy-of Goeth. \Ver- :YoUCAI NOTMALE, A.MIITAU'WIIBN N IQU IUYFLORIDA: '
,! I TE Union.tbo constructed on' GeneralJam. : ther,,whicbv was his personal propertyand . ,
Ot FOR. '
COME INrowAMqIuxEy SELECTION, HOLI- LAND WELL LOCATED.
.
,
: .. pIM. 'were' among the most j accompanied himwherever he :
'. DAYS WE WILL-KEEP THI ;FOR YOU AND MAKE DELIVi interesting and useful, This laventlov ,,went ' When yea say'propsrtj' aVttid r .
see by
su a rar'as-s'
y f
is
'
tbosfipV1oging'tdlrecU7 bound'
.olum.'wbleb ,
ir.. 'Th In ,
however, not one of ; '' '
'J" i '
,ERIES ON DATE DESIRED: i ,x i i f .)1 s t tL \' out 'of' the sudden I.ather,; and. in an. excellent state of .wd Mat it b set Lw, Flat Laad, W ]*ct I..vuHew,1. ,W. 'do, ant, '

and intense study giver by American preservation, contains-. well as Napal.on'e -. list list klaJ of preperty,'either d. we offer It for,.*!*.': "
to,.military.matters,. the system haT-, signature/-a curious inscription

L i WCtt() \ .Jewelry Co., lag been devised and subjected severe % hand on, stating the flyleaf that, thi'n book'unknown was w..r.. .._ . ,.,'0\. .
tests several years before_ .theopening "
stolen +
by Cossack;from the-emper) '
,.' -...., of'the ct.IJ'.r.: ". --' : I 0ANG GROVES."., I ,;
.613 FRANtLIN STREET.' or's sledge one night -on the retreat .
Shot ,and shell on /hl*' principle from MOICOWJ W* lire. seme el the best Orang Groves la Ocla Ceuaty, listed with. .
; TAMPA, Phone \\MO and 1079., FLORIDA.. ! were- elongated and of 'course wereintended Besides., the date, of the theft and '' '
, ns, as f..Dw. : Oa tweary-ive acre ... fiftee* twelve .
/ for rifled cannon . .'I, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitni. i ''t'l t 1111111111111111111,111"ftJH4.iuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii ," >; James missile was 'of cast Iron cyllndroconoldal tbe.method by which the Cossack acre greve: *.. tea acr grove; tw*'three acre groves and. one two acre: gray.

.I. 1, , .
I -belog solid. it's shot
point
j. .. ii i I IIIIIIMIIII t IIIIIMiilllii and hollowed' and provided! wlLb.a, J prices and '.. oarl terms. W*:wffl iatrednc you to the wara-: .

percussion. > fuse. ,it a bombshell. ,In Sensible notice:folks of. other.don'ttake particularly' sad. let yon deal direct,with them, ' r' '. y.. '! +
_
.i SOUTHERN FlY SCREEN CO. ; the base of the' projectile there'Is a .
. .. central orifice extending IDto'-tb. cylinder : , No. -SOI-An attractive, home in No. 429-Large: tot on which 'is i located <2
and from this.orifice (II seen Pinedale. This property: *is,just outside one seven-room and one thr-. .
', . 'can take care of' your, needs In" anything in the'screen In 'the- Illustration)' ten almo.trectlUlcula"opeoloCi of city limits, on high ground :. room, house. Large house i* lighted '
tine. (like the House is two-story and contain. eight' 'with electricity, ha toilet and kitchen, ';;
rI!:: We represent The IWc ins Screens;the recognized : diverge rooms, aU plastered and hard oil fin: sink small house also ha sink and .
\ standard Metal Frame S reen on the market.,, .. mortises for spokes In a wheel-bub) ish,' two porches,, fine well and large toilet. W* Will sell this property' as ,
'::' W* can also supply jtni with 'anything in' Wood through the'body to tb. exterior; In .m barn. This house is located, on a five-\ 1a, whole or separately. This property: . '
.' Frame Screens.Phone, t>r telegraph at our expense. recesses on, the -ouUlde of the projectile acre tract, with beautiful view of the :1.1'well located will pay 10 per cent.; ...,' '
I"r. and our representative will call with a complete linefl.'A. 1 le,the ,"packing. ,an:envelope city and lake. Land is adapted to citrus i[ ->n Inye.tmant.J'lDted.. Price of both !, r
; .' of samples I rfl' 9f 'strong1'canvas" ,' sheet-tin' and .lead. 'fruits and nicking. This property houses,.f 2,600.. TJ .' +
Phone 5877 'T,. B. EUTON. MKr.; 329 St. James Bldg., .' suitably arranged for the peculiar can be had for $3,300 on very: . a : >
Jj JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA i work assigned for It. 'On the outside' favorable terms' Will introduce .cus No. 434 iFlne tract of 40 acres; Just;; r'

'' ,-_.-- -- I-I. "tbe canvas.-which: Is ..well-saturated tomer to owner and let them deal. dirct. i abort-distance beyond. city, limit on?' '
7<' '. Shingle Creek road, Close to splendid:; _. ,
:,. .HId with tallow lubricant. ,In making hlglrschooLchurches' and market. .

the heavy tin place by an Iron collar; and the leek. just inside city limits fine deep ''desired.
pace between the tin'and the' body well, lot contains two acres of ground: '
;;.. ,.A CHAT WITH 'OUR .AGENTS, of the cylinder.) Is filled with< molten good new barn, wagon and buggy No.. 473.i-We have. two elght-room '
. a wt.\. p.bllely..gr.t.lat.' r Oakhnnt <. .. Ibclr leaded I sheds,.all under good; new fence. I kne' houses, suitable for rooming or boarding -' + '
w, .a..e.. Of ...r... ladlea aa* vcia : ea. irom .::vrrtkls 1. 7..ra location for small truck garden or purposes; they hat electric light
Q ...' aka .. ..u. ..... c... ..rket, tk. bIgk..t. tke .rl.at.ek ranch.' This'Is water and sewer connections; located ', .
.. I.t.k ....... .. ..... poultry a fine prop.osition
b..t l at *. ta _t tk* ac .c.t.r Your Grocer Knows
r I ..*..... ,/ a ._ liberal taaa the .......17 .. _...t. red J"".. rklra .. .... 4 gee _.t. We Know of the country, yet close enough and wewill, show them to you. The
.. .... ... .. ... --
lat_t Jaat ...... C.. ... Baa . aaat e. to all the of the prices arearesonable'termsea.y j .
T\ $...._ ...._ ._'..C Wet .... avl *... _.......C disability *md we want fortok ow-t enjoy advantages, ;
'Sad .._C.. mm* tm. feet taat aa. ..._ n ar* m.t karacaml with later*.taakl II city such as splendid high school, best '
k
CLOVE CO R
'. .mmm taa_ -....,., appeal t. .... ...._ lav*..... WHITE markets churches,etc; Price '1,600. No. 881.- A 20-acre tract located on.
. I .. fmtmm *. aaa. J".c." a>...,.C.. by" aa mm t. aa4r fjI\ IS BETT I marl road; two mile. 'from' 'd.pot on
. ... . ... ... ... ._ I
'. Navvaiavr _.. a .. -- tkat .tI.w.r act And il will b* th. .a.4 iin No.. 458.-Ten acres adjoining city St. Cloud road. 'Property has good d( '
'J 4 .......... . I
1.11erka. w.vd. 1 dal IT t tb.st: autklB Cite ttrmt
......... .. pr......., ad Clt. greatest ...M.,.' alca, from 1k. data '.( Ih i.*.world oJ ii b.I convince tatty II yovAill yf of but1 llMtl limits, on the Orlando hard road. Land-, house and three-acre, orange grove ire ,
.' kla apaalatawat .. Naveamacr _.... ad Cite bed rerd .f salsa ..... Zlr.! yea trb.1. ,- /> '.. Is cleared, fenced and ready for the bearing. This grove will yield from. :, ,
,, -..._.... _.. ta Jaaaarr XMa.1Smie C ..... _f _btela, <*waiBtlU... a lt Fully au.rsneerd by Ubih our plow.. .The' elevation is 1000 to 1200 boxes f each, I
'
,ken la OakAaral Park. tb. laB ............. faa UrwitcrSINHM.VS. J sroerrsndourwlv.a"YOUR for.' trulta"and hiJriJh luitabl'j orange
citrus .
.. Sufficient land cleared and ,in
Jaeksaav$11 Vary" Iralr" Taara IL 1-rvKldiat. ASI year. a';
M OCKAN. STRBBT ., ,JCKSVIM.H KlToltlDA.4t GROCER property will* oon, be available for i. cultivation to Increase(grove to twelve .r t}'
resident purposes, as the city i.>expanding or fifteen acres, i and same time can I, '
'
It-pd. 4tMesutR rapidly, 'A b& $1.. -yielding any p n truck,desired.' l
in\.t
i hr:1ffs 200.00. If in search of p perty ,,that wilt '
? < No. '459.-Fl.* acre inside. city bring result this : Jf, and at all time ' x -
cleared, fenced plowed ready4forcue while extending .w grove investi-. <
.ti n.- This tract is near the gate thi., This ; 'Operty la convenient l'
Aultman farm''on high ground., $1- to town ha .mailed road 1 on one side
: 000 take. It. \ ,, one end. ;,200.. '

-L ..... ... .
.. '._ -' .. '
.Mt A .i -""'If <*" ,
James Projectile.; ,, :pE: r9UR' EYE.ON" "PINE Es.br. :

lead which adhering to the! Un and .,. ,Here's: opportunity .t y .homel tea in >e ..west"and,6eet i tocateJ '

'to .1h.) iron- forms a comp.ct mass sub-diviuon.. 1 J[;: ' 5i;:
A, i
If around the projectile. PINE CREST utu.ted bctwe Ernn.el md Mabbett ;edfl verlook-: ,
I When the gun Is fired the powder it :v + ( i> .

,Pour times as much, In first cost gases are forced Into a:bass of.' the ing'the Cite and Lake, and i i. bound l beta ibis of; the, belt! tee dent.iuL: I

"' 1 :'projectile, and through the, tea open 1e-tt division; in'Kuuinmee.. This is where ;the ;ds sintf'nd not where, the frogs'.is /.
-and five times as muqh in after I logs against the packing;; and this, '
expanded Into the rlfluig of the gus fF II Sill > IIIIMIIMIII MI croak. Lots are high and well drain. addition'is i planneVUpr'peopler> '. ,.: .

!!- 1 -you ,are asked tc II pay forI i! imparts to the shot dr-shell the required SEEDS FOR. TH /.SOUTH who appreciate high elevation, pure air fine'view.,/and want:mougli_land.. ('j'f & >

: cars'no more comfoV ab sure or ; ;. ing selected rotation by In this'flight.inventor'The "pack-was- .Plant BMfc. /Trucks Lettu Cabbu_Prie Musk. *Cmulli U.t Mto. KK'. war, '.ueumb.r. ., Tomato.. En.per. to build a real home on 'at moderate 'c e. We expert ;to'rVil'all these I lots 1: '/\,,\;.,,'; (1thll

I speedy than the. \Va\a i umbuiltcost ; i it' 'carefully. thought-oil; and as, the FRANCIS BRIL wee W1otfr. ,Call,early and get your C of ., Pricei ;range $70.0Q ,to $100 J, pei. 'f ; !;f' ,; .,

L : \ -\ 'lead melted Into ifs/plan, bad an.ex lot on',easy terms of payment 4 '. ,. ,'," '
Ford. A rather U acloua'/ and' tbe 4 .'
: , experisi e,tr bute. eeedlngly grip.- as
'. force'of'' the.tawdef charge'could''' expand 1111111111111 M 1111111 11

''to', false pride isn't it-? I the "pacidngf'no',, farther thu LAKE FRO RE3U INCH LOTS.. .\

the grooves of b t gun, _there were Of course every one desire/home dole to beautiful Lake Tohopckaliga., 't'
Runabout 62.5 no complaints, is\A> the packing ..be We.have nice high lot the lake! which offering prices
; i n tr we are ,at '
\' tag blown off! )to frjLzmenU befog the THE TOP NOTCH PRICE:: .'.1
.' I I. ;
,, Touring Gar -. VTown" 0 missile had complitWl ,its ,)ourne7.' FOR CITRUS FRUITSis that a re.attractive, See these, otgetsour fences'and terms on them'beforehome. ..
Voul decide on a location for .
' The weighVof the Jamessolid
:Gar ,80 average :
.. .- shot for 'a Ind.r 'lee I1U! assured only when the fruit i i.. '
No.> 474.-We1: have tw o eaco'ttages' r 'room ,:No. V75.-Close.In home., This I*
;. + w These,? new' prices?'f. o. b., Detroit, with. ponds; or.If % swll, 64V:pounds,.of i 'properly wrapped,'packed'etc., : located'on nice high y lots a: nice yttle, house'of five room and ."
ItP j jI la Expounds '
.
which; la either **; 6 Is bath, with modem conveniences, on
/ all equipment. ;"An,; !early order: will mean / Good quality' wnpP ni paper 73ttxl47tt feet, ,each; within two
I ; ..... ,"elahi of b "packing... \ I corner I t 76x120 feet. Wrthfar two
.....;:,!f an' early delivery.. Get particulars from X ""*" T Cr""* m nice clead crate constructed soa blocks of''paved street, in'fcouth, Klssinunee. block of roadway Hous fury healcomplat. 'f

If" 'S. W,.Downing,; agent, .Kis8tmmee.Fla..: 1 to CARRY and rose / destination , ., ''On. of the** house ,lion' ., to move in and ,'. .. '... .
hou ek '
.without the
; LetWoaea Woo the Men. -.
In
.) 1 good condition. a corner IoW. can:oaerelthei'ofthese.flomea '" >
> "i
*- money '
'f'v.. .. 'Sur.l:1': 'the most fUlh of all. the ] at> very low. price. ; and via o which offer the : : 'j '
Many foolish conventions that ruin human ,OUR ST( one7'terms. Dice {8,200 ,inehiding ...1. ,. '.",.... /
joyhe, decree-.thai womenmust of. ; -. . ; ; ft-: 7 - '
wait wooed. - .. 'I *
'passively
',' I ; 1'1.
- ROYAL 'PAPER k
f WRAPPINq .
I. Now. why should they VihythbT ? -c&h'1.! 'i -CRATE' MAICEMENTCXATl iAL.T I';:_: ,,.:. . - ,'SMALL: .FARMSii" 'II..._"-;, .jr-.y. : I ..,
be natural'and honest and.'show 7 .
I 'their feeling U Why mast they>be NMLS'I No.. 478-NIe. .litUe,'country horn, five large, S'OOId. pereil'seapai': ( s
.compelled to'aet; aft indifferent quite of five land good buiWii.g. eh smfe ,
'.' ;'I IS THE consisting acre new as a* ,
..- ... you. hold' with; Shawl and. 1 pear*, :th t.h.y doa' wait to andjneet* all the re< antiiof J house." Thi r property '1s only half, deep;. artesian .well a4 ODe -
... wooed. Som.... 'themeert&Wyl< 'the fnut and vegetAH kel':' De'o\iW4e a ;Umiuron-best; : "hard w.IL''' This i..l.ed r ad. S\
ryr 'ABSPDTh1 dont.. Generall. speaking'however' ,]+ road ia.the.county..Splendid place orange frkindfile ..: nssy'tileo 'rl
fe-women even' nowadays have the,! wase '
the
t for poultry.'; Pric 800. n f land. i ,
,' j pluck -to .. dead ,against>a>CMVM>''I,, Orders SWf ocropsgrow.eccouziMgl, o4
tton of'thi*I sort, :which has'inch 'a1) ;' No. :4TT Close' in small 'farm. This land amdIt lathe '......

,OF TIC' "E' tremendouslystrong bold on the'maeulin *.., 'A Full Block (Tent splendid property lies just inside corporate . ill IaI8 of ...
*'sense Of;fitness. 1Imi ./-.high ..elevation over- 1--: a.A.e Uae el fqs
: ,[(. If. women's charm' 18.to-depend:"on WE FURNISH ALL-,,NECESSARY -. * etq..D4We! *, ieowtain* : { 'of tM t-- wf w

.. .this Idiotic convention! ,that men have SUPPLIES FOR PACK; three acre*,gsod land, all eieared andunder.good _nl.pdmhalde ...e ,
i. created around that ahei) .. : '
I to hernarnely., -'I. .. AnaD box house. 1fO Ie' ','V
is a p.rfectly'coldpa.eve, negativecreature .INQ'' FRUITS' 'AMD'"'VEGE, 'property la "
Lands iii's ob' Coun who wait In'a state of ....); TABLES. At money..maker for 'the .....',tows !aad 1"f f I. ,t.D
pended. animation as It .were, Until1 party.ihat,eecnre It and subdivides flwe *l r :.1Fs'wisa ... '
s-' .... wan condescends tomake ,her come, t,into.dt$ .k>t*,. .PrUe ll/KM.OO. .' 3.1' you to the owner of thisand .. S '7
-V > rn1Sfltd.by N. alivorthe'sooner,the,modern. temin-t BtANTsON : . .
r ; F J l let yon direst Yon aD' '
: CO., y
lets Invent some,. more reasonable tradition , E, ;: .No.- 471A, 20-acre" home.: 'Ibissplendid It at meaeS6A; and, ;lOa' fa.... . -.1; iI" l l'
,
of .harm-thebekter>> for as alL'f property lie two {mile borth terms ."" payment,- .' ; r' t
; : 'It...
l R.. G. I0rH: sTON., Now let .... suppose'.a: couple\that; 41 Riverside Viaduct_ ;' from, town,' i* practically .level. 'rich ''I''ii' ')_ > f 'II' ,w .
has overcome all.the Initial obstacles.: ?: iAC1CsoNVILLE, FLORIDA'16lot dark grajrsoU with ; en.."-chocolate FAHMf FOR SALELocated ;:- f .:' ;'!
,
... w They have'managed the difficult task'' : __ J subsoU; 18 sere.-dared and In cul ,mr asod -road, oneAi 1\ '' i'
I"-. .;CLBRK OR CIRCUIT COURT ;of finding, each'other have got their, tiftUoa..tJw.mah."C\ four, .acres mil. from city limit, good fiveceiled -] '' ; '

'j.. .- declaration' over, anal are'safely1 en -. .- ----,- tanC4ICI..red.with a good growth -" house, Jorge new barD; 4
'k gaged. What'happens nextT: Everyposiblo'thing : "I af pin Umber. with some,scattering of which
.( that; can? be don .to oak about% acreof.nlcoyoung acn'ol'laDileI'Ye" '
Prices of Abstracts :Governed 1 ; brange!
by ,
-I ...t are, 'Statutes o/ create'"an .Illusion around..them is thrifty gross in; bearing;' ,JfesiJ** a grapefruit;'tree*, .
\ r the State, 'of Florida, \ 'done. .They.are, encouraged to:meetoften'bot Drinlfand Drug : number: of.,fin*. apaneasy'penaamontrees trees,'BODM plum juid
the condition under,whichthey' peaches mulberries i.
_. I .. *om* ; family laone, on/I
J feetr.;are as different as can' be blalk.beni.wo/_JdncIJ'.of",.K"grapes wagon two sets harness;i6"'cood ,
from the.;conditions) ,of :.their :future ,bU "e: and a.. ftg h4napa.s.. |..1'be"buUe ngs .n*, ten bead eaMl and all t4" .
.!married: JU.' Does that man ever see TIle N.a ..... :: comffct ill B, tut not:,' of great 1!aary to- etdtlvat. ptaoa..'A ...,fiI.
yews l n , .- -- that girl Itt': any,kind .Di'..D'Cline'"ftdoe. ......_aU... '
,'; she see; him unshaved sjrT. Does' ...... ....--......... 1 value- !,'t consts- ntf r<7 QfLoz'bou.. ; !, of>,fg OO. Write us..foelkrmsti;).: ,' "
1 1I ...,kUoe oUft_ .a. w.oYINMat L ."'.... .' : g+
.
-.rv .
be, have any' experience .of :how:ah* '- < .(... :
tr t bat x ,
!ifiifiifiifiWSfiifiSlitfi! ! ! ! .1 will run'fc bouse or..manage :"affairs t ,w u.. endstltrw.. iv:a.Ya I II.. i,.".... .Jl I l...; 1 "r AiiHIMUBREAKER
DOS she have chance of "
any finding ..... '''''' '"
tr.
: : :! out that haddy: : about food, 1o IIt. I I : :
or
,, ,Tl.L\t.*r* u no, i jbt"'abort,the,Cantt 'ads-emg. ;. "tt'-l'. prodit ingplb'he .... mean, about JnOreyft: 'itt, V, ;? "'* 1 I........ M-Lw 4);bf....{ n ,' :, ; : > 4CtkI. .

::.:.. butineu 1 : : : :: U! t 'These are material t.Jdaca..lt" tru% .WEAL. INSTITUTE ,, ..I.. 14" ,,
: *, progretiiv. -".* i>manTalway' ... , ' freely ... ,and.therefor not of'the first Import.ne. .. J . ... ... . . .. C' ' .'."< .
4 "> > < ,
> . .
'
/ *- 't ]' bet,'on the other hasuL what CM roan ft JAczaouvuls, na. '-.r.-.:! < ', "-" ri. Ii''
-tt"R"'J"
!Ii J.
.. .. ... -
iili i ii! iii Mt '.chance do they have eitber-to discover : 1"IiI-1Mt." (Tsai..a want... tyre:: ,"" ; + . ''\ .. .... -1-'",. t --; .
t i i ,
. each other1 spiritual .state T' DoD .tea .v. r:;:
r
..
..
,.
... '
\J!:. 'm '..:{, .. -4"'' :, -
.. "\O io" ;:' : j ;

:, .....

:.. ....., '!.i..j ..,
I M i
"4.' > 'I"it.: -T 11{ {t. il
: f"t"hj: ........
1 1{ ,, '

Y I ? ,* : 1.'. ,;-. .. ..... .. I '
.
... : 1
jll* .. -.Ljatf..V H " '" '$;1, .ti" ;'. 1



r' ". e' -,tlP b n7r7; \ cNf :i /

.. ,. *\ .


__ 'FACE-. 'tl', THE KISSIMMEE:, VALLEY 'GAZETTE. FRIDAY,' ..1IIa, .

'-
-

!I tr: ; ....( II, a..1. Merchant"( and: Newspaper .1 Orllnmmtf AN> .OIIDINANCIC.A. ..._..'.1.. .,-.... 245. T.M..RIV ."_ .. .?'\ ,' ''r\ : ".

: : ... >4a of tka 1..er..l Orl.a._. a frka PHYSICIAN :
rrtmtlv JRGEON''N' k
___
Klarlda.
C..W GRIFFIN I ,If f'you with'to: buy an -r- ..,.... .Vttr t. Va..r.af K. ........ Ke..alrlaSf ...* :
.,.i.. I I SOME SUGGESTIONS Haa....1.' "....1... wllkla t". FIre Office orer. Oceotft-Pb.rmc.yWINNI ,i
PRACTICAL
; FROM A PUBLICATION LLtla, Relld .
i ik } ,Staple and Fa yI TO THE AK IT onpAlSloD BV TilE COUNCIL PHONES oe 68
I i Automobile.Or DEVOTED INTERESTS THE. -\ Of THH CITY OK KIHSIMMMIfl.actl OaIoe 14a'W'
.. I. Tfca .eetlsa S45 .* 4be
RETAIL MERCHANT.* f'I U..I .Ur........... ..., lbe CUT of '
I GROCERIESFree : ----,--.--..-, I Kacclee, ..'..rI.., k. ........ aa L. .: \
j .. t. read Sr follanai. at .
1qNIr tare your antomebij The Dry Goods Economist, published "715. No bulld.' I shed tent or SICIAN'
'
which booth except rfonfa .lJb. ntlal brick, Pll ,
I .t New York, ls-a publication USE building-
OP CALOMEL concrete or art! Iclal.atona
'I I its'columns the interestsof *
to
.DprY Parts devotes hall be erected i placed within the RniDBMCS PHONg aa gwf ,. ,
r a Repaired the retail merchant. The following are limits of this City. The walls of Orrica Press W. r'It_.U
i article, is particularly in order at PRACTICALLY STOPPED I... buildings 'liere flar erected within I
oftbeelf'n' are limits ahal ba of the following;
this time, as its contents ,will clearly thlckneaa' ; for buinot'laaa dings I of in tory DR., DEWITT: rr. 'LIGHTSEY ;
make apparent.. The article was '' than twalInga a Inches: for build- ,
.. I Goto handed the Gazette by friend of two atorle the first tory not
\' Valley a DANGEROUS. 'DRUG'GIVING WAY a.... than twelve notes and the .ec- OSTEC;>PAT 10 PHYSICIAN
with the request to publish and. it end not less than twelve Inches; Residence ,
FOR SAFER, MORE RE- story Phone /
... 274
.. ..follow for building three stories, the first '
111 M1111111111 imin .10 \ LIABLE REMEDY. tory not less sixteen Inches, the Office}Phone. 88

CRIFFINI TLast week the Economist suggested -" second story th.t' ices than twelveInchaa : Rooms 3 arid i :'

J. 'C.':HOW ARD ,: I AGE Certain methods by which the retailed Hundreds of people in ihi /vicinity twelve and Inches the. ; andVa.ll story party not walla,leu built than State Bank Bld'g) Klssimrriee, ria, ,,

In1 the small eountry.town alone havctstopped the use of dangerous for the uaa of- nitre than oneowner :' \
might more strenuously fight mail calomel when their live /I. acting hall not be lea* than four Inchesthicker D

!...... : ., order icompetitlonu.! Tt such dealer.' slowly; and take Dodson's!I" liver! :, Tone bu lding..rectalhundrod.than above requirement. net No In. R. WIBNENGAIVETERNARIAN.
Paper Hanger an Painter l this subject is especially; vital at the Instead.'T : l' length shall be krerted In said flr.e .
Dodson's Liver'e.i limits union privlded' with brick ',
,,11" '--: -- present time, because of the possible is tJways safe .
: :
.. effects of the new parcel post law and has none of theVad iffter-effects Stone thlcknvKny or" concrete mentioned tare In walla this .of auction the STOCK' T FATED rOU '9 y

i .. .Wor.Cuarall. ..1 Under that law shortly after the first which so often follow\ e fcse of calo and At Intervals erf one hundred. feet ALL 3EAEEtI '
'
., of the year the government will carry I mel. It'is a pleaaan sting vegetable and the roof of evt-ry building .r..ctedtll.r..ln. Dsrl'honeStT
1 tlinkinf of Lava dene Sprigg FleniingCLEA liquid that shall be of alate, tile cine tin Mflht Phonti I8Z ORLANDO
any packages up to 11 pounds at considerably starts t.h&liver gently or other Incombustible material to be Ftu.
please otify me LI roe Ike P. O. lower rates than those now and surely, and relieve J Constipation approved by the :City Councilprovld--
charged by the express companies.One and biliousness and cau/es fto restric ed that U shill bakinlawful to erect or DR.NL.BR
/
v. J..:: G. HOW D (IN< 'of the methods mentioned by tion. of habit or diet. 7 >< construct ten by a mall ilfteea addition feet In the not rnar to the Economist was attractive advert Many preparations'' Ubve spruf brick atorea with noncombustible material. DENTIST
42-4t"
"
IIPIIISuIIIuIIt PRESSING Using. Likely' enough there are retailers that imitate the claims;made forson' \ I
iitrtl "
mn in small who after, Liver Tone but Any person.. Jrm( or corporationviolatin SquireslBuilding
centers remember
DYEiNO this *.cnon, shall upon con
-.'-- -- reading that article soliloquized aboutas Dodson's Liver Tone is the tried and viction thereof b I punished by a line 'iJNewYo k Avenue vJa

/ ++++++#+++++*;+4 +++++++' REPAIRING follows: tested remedy that has proven such of not less than Twenty-flve DollaraHundred ST. CLOUD l
"Yes that' all well for the I a good medicine and is nor more than a Unllara |
very so satisfactory or by Imprlaonm s for not leak than
Economist to say but hiw can I get to the user-is the reason these imf- ten day nor mot5 han alxty days orkd J. W. 81 PSON' '
;'G RAYS ONE i Lea"e word my house aDd flees good results, even if I da improve my tatios are on the.market.Dodson's by both such fine ImprlBonmant." DR y
will\ be cpl"ed aad Liver Heetlaa a. Tka, sra/l.a zee of the
lor eLurDed advertising Our local I paper has a Tons cannot hurt lmrrml Ordla .acre .f the City af DE>
I limited circulation, and/ .s far as 1 anyone and if it fails to do all that I. K....___, FI rlda. 1>e .mmmtmava mo TI8T. .'

I ut TUt raa Satisfaction (Guaranteed can see, a good deal on that circulation claimed for it the Kissimme Drug! "..14.. t.*. read No as illanalkInir. the Upitairs ID Cats Building..
but of 7
i doesn't reach the I legal public; I Co., who sells it, will give your money character ass closed except lilt Section 146rdlnanceit OFFICE HOURS l II... u. to 12 lea
t .... to 3.60 per <'Y. know that a good may copies are back with a smile of the General ) of the City : oI.f : : ..

p Special by week o month :I: l', sent out for the purposeof] soliciting Advertisement. .. \l of rrom; Kl'ilmmee.: -its! orlda...., shall bn ,moved the Telephone No. ,8 1.30..06.301.:,br" j
' ..
fiI ,' advertising even at a distance* Many I arc limit City to .location r : ,
'i i. Tlu.Mi. 'uP. ID. f ITEI> Ep.4r t ea raaa Jftr YlsalkakI other copies are sent Fto the county Crop Above )olillce. pr"1.t fire another W. W. CARSON ''

.. .. .. t +..... ... ..++++ ++++++++ r.I M. TIL ER seat or the State capital for various President Benjamin) F. Bush of the ', shall location any outaldk the' bo are llmlls\to any any DR. ''v 1; -

., 'purposes. And still other copies, in Missouri Pacific railroad who has returned location Wthlrf the lire lImlU. ", nleB. DrrIST
... -- goodly numbers go t former residents to St. Louis after attending the aid bullUlnaA" of the chararfVr aa -
r'"W. Real Estate Agency : of the town whp) like to keep annual meeting of th4 directors of his specified In action 24& "tor"Bold.l Noprrson Office over Cole' *
posted on local happenings, but who road in New York declares that politics firm or corporation shall -add Jewelry St. .

: i. m:V UZD8j. o 4 ................... ,..........., ya naturally do not buy any.goods bere."Jo'urtheTmore" will not have a ery great Influ- to.chanore build: upon any building or seer within-rally /Improve.or the City. Office Office Hours: 8-12 168, 1-5.

,..H 3a continue* such a ence upon prosperity ?this year. Say nra limit with mall-rial other than phone
'd
t Realty sold. b Residence" -
i. "r baught a reader, "our focal paper doesn't Mr. Bush: never knew year when a* specified In ftectlon 245 aforesaid./ 23 .

<(< Houses rented.' t amount to much anyw y, and it's no politics had less disturbing effect up- Any ing Ibis pemon.Section firm shall or. corporation: upon conviction violat: GS administer. for extraction of teeth

Taxes paid and iUes verified wonder many of our people take one on business than it has had this year. thereof be punished by a fine not less I _

for non-resid nts. of the pipers (mentioning the The tremendous crops that we have than Five Twenty-nvn Hundred Dollar Dollars, or nor hy mon-Imprisonment than- TI G. I P RKER ," .

//,7 C Fire Life and A cident In- near-by larger town)! especially as an dthe large exportation of the surplus for not Ions than ten days or inonthan -
Real l EstiiteKISSIMMEB ". with the It. F. D. they lean get it delivered to foreign countries where there and sixty; days: or by :both: such line D NTISTOFFICtOVER l
Imprlsunnn-IH
surance. is I'rovldlntr. however
and a good market owing to the short-
so easily promptly. Pf : that It shall In lawful 'SCEOLA .
rIlAR"4CY
to erector ,
I 4 Indemnity Bond\ course I advertise in oar' local paper, age abroad, have offset al bother retarding -, construct small additions nut lo exceed Office
but 1 do it because I feel I ought to influences and I believe thereis ten by Drift-it f...-1 In th< rear of Hours: i I IIO: !) to 12:00 Noon
"
S iiv 'fI'sw aVr'Jftr 4vtirlnR of I. nrlrk stores with noncunrbusllblr' rant I 1:00: to s:0o<>
1'
a year good ahead. .''"
support the paper. Eve if my advertising business terial. ;f. '"J
44 FL RIDA l was a great deal |>etter. than it Mutton :1. ,\II Urdlas..ra. ... is I don't believe I woul get any better -Biff Bargain a Home ..f ..rdl.. ........... !. rtinHIrl hen.llk... IE.DEIWY IRE M. D.. '
.. Splendid sl be. .rt tie name. are kerehr re-
results. I new >/-room house just nealed.Iteud .
t' that bab to Some merchants too might per inside city limits, fine deep well, lot a first and second time and I

WILDER UDIO haps go further and say that they contains two acres 1) of ''ground, good passed hI' a unanimous \ ot,,-. thin 3rd; Special attt tion given to the ,
'? l ;; 'S.U.; BULLOCK< would not increase thei advertising new barn, wagon fend buggy sheds, duy of September H. 1BHI, A. D AKJoH.11)12) I trntmen of Women and .

and lee what a pret & otograph in their local paper I cause that and all under good'new' fence. Fine Prealdent of Council, Pro. TYm. 'ildren. }
you can get of it. HoBiu from paper takes advertising rom competing location for small f truck garden or Attest J. It. OM.BKnT.
poultry ranch. This is fine Clerk of the City of KlsslmrmApproved -...- Office over Cit/z/ ns Bank ,"
,8a.m..t04p.m.Tested
;1 concerns in the larg r center. a propo- (seal) PHONE 1M
:;,, . 'PEAL'ESTA E There is a certain amount of truthin sition, where one will have the free- thla Urd day of October 2d 3mospd r
t c''i . the dom of the close A.. 1>. 7812.
', ., .................. such statements, with exception all country the yet enoughto N. C. BRYAN. r. A.VANGA.Naw, w. !.
' of the last. We'll have Something to enjoy Advantages of the I. : :
Mayor-of
the city of
t \; % .INSURAN Eis say about that further km. i city such as splendid high, school, beet 44-St.- KlHHlmmue.. VANS ACN frv t CRAWl>' aawaoaaot''
,
,
,:"";" : and Proved Good But just here we willl ask, is not markets, churches, fete. Price $1600. -,- - - i
'IJII\I"TR"'COIt.:
y the arraignment of the (local paperto 24-tf H. MJ Breaker &: Co. ":"'r",,TI'111.-1:. : lih'HKll. ATTORh EYS-AT-LAW

,)?:Examination of/Titles/ a Freshness as well as big grade: quality. a certain extent an Arraignment By virtue of an order 1""ul',1 nut f
of the local merchant?' I How muchor Farm for Sale of the County Judges {'ourt. In and Omees: (l-IUi' Itlieos flank Pulldlac'

z 'Specialty.CorresQondance Call. for what you vfant in the how little Is he doing to! help In Improving Loc ted on goodroad'\ onequartermile directed for < .oa..Wj.u..H"ar: : puhl'/", Sale and' I at to the me KisBimmeeIT Florida ..

? GROCE Y.L NE the paper! Thit the rear from city limits, good five-room front.door: 6f the Court Ilf>'ue In KIs-
dents of small towns and JLheir vicin- celled house, large fiew barn, thirtyacres Immee.. Oxceola County, Jt'lorlda.; on D.

j 'Solicited.TMMRSO'N. ity do subscribe for and I read their, land, twelve bf which is cultivated between T..d.J'.r the hour) rol''ledhl.iale Srtlk.I IHI2.on that GEIGEIt.

8 I local papers when such papers have sixty you g orange and day. the followlta) deact/wd reRI estate,

-r e yit1 merit is- proved by.the dvertlsing grapefruit trees seventy-five peach of late thecJror..rt.: >fOr i Htjilo.( rtstianKaenel. ATTOR; fEY-AT-LAW
experience not only of merchants in trees some plum and pear trees, one wit--; an dccvaaed to ', ', "
of stores in the good family horse, bne buggy one '* of Office State Ban : ; ;..
these towns but also :.Tr5cLNo> / lVl k 0" of section Building ; \111\ ,, ,
cent whicli those wagon two sets harness, fifty chickens Township '5. Auuth, Lange 87, ?
nearby larger use
.
)<;" ', ". shown by/tlW of the jClsslmmee;Florida
p .4 papers as a publicity modi m. ten head cattle ani all tools necessary Florida Krult- and T/icIc IVnd map C'ompany . '
1 ) We know of a dry goo retailer to cultivate pladb. A bargainat on file In the office fit the PH ,rk of: the F.. KRIBB' ; ' '"

FR., i.EeRAL Dl E"fO,, h who besides his tore, hadja half interest 2600. Write us for terms.36tf Circuit scribed I Court ae the of.Weat-half/d county of the'also v."t.de 'G' ., ; .$ ,;"

I in one of the papers of his town H. M. BrVaker. Co. half of Houth-Raat quarter of the ATTORNEY AT w'KIssIMMEE: FI.A,(, '-
(population 12,500)() ), but:.who also advertised South-eaat quarter of section IS, Town. .,

LICENSED,EMBALMER f freely in the papersjof! several For*Sail ahlp 1I'6'h"t bold,ith, nantce to the: J7.highest Kaat. bidder Examination f Title. a Specfal.1 !

near-by smaller towns>because( thoughhis Splendid team" it mares, 5 and 6 Term: cajih on Information of sale Notification and payment of taxes.or' '
Opposite Courthouse 1 paper went'' to them, he realized years old well oke, kind and gentle J. H.: HALLEY non.re.lde te given carefui.atention. .
that his ads in the sms.ll: town's local ; also' wagon pd double harness Administrator KaeneL deceaed.of estate of Chrlatlan i
Enquire ofNel n alty'' Co., John 44ftIn '
; KWSIMMU I carried additional weight and attraction.
Fix>RiO4 : t
11. Payn. 254f
.
1 i" :' "'r-..... -- I Is it not worth while- therefore) for Court of'County Judge, State of ROBERT G. J HNSTON ."; ;:. J

the local, merchant to do what he can Modern Up to AatesIIomeNo. Florida County ofOsceoIa.rorfl. ) n'l .

SI 1.1.or $2 per Acre per.MOnthBey DIBBLE, & S N't to build up hie'local paper) .By this 464.-$3500.-4New' modern In re-estate. Henry T. Hla, /, +I", '
I
six-room bat hot ATTORNEYLOUIS ATLAW'V'b
cottage. lavatory
.. we do not mean to put hu> ad. In it, .ilctri Notice U hereby .given, all Shorn It may ,:: .
.. . 'merel,. for the purpose of lupportlng and cold ,. < lights beauti. cononrn, that OD Uiu 2Mb
  • .*. ., a$ .... cilary ,...... ......1.. ar.talaa the publication in a flnanci J I way.'We ful expensive mantels ew furniture, ISIS L I-shall spplj to th Parker, his
    w.U or suoo nor l rolBr ,Judge of said
    raataMI. $*k.lrrlaatlaa.
    1; t ** f I..draJata*,aaad. .kall. *. dial riot.: believe he ought- to go f u rther than nice rugs.',. House f um shed complete Court, as Jvdgo o< ro ta. for deal dls- i'irJCTOM 1
    w iBtarat, wJtar a ad rail traaaporta. .DR.,WM. HAl 'ER' that.' ''He ought to support the paperin ready for occupancy.. Large lot, 83x charge as Administrate >f d1e.slat.of henry 1... o.reset. WAUXMTDCOUNBEIXOS .
    tloa. Oar Ubaral coatract Mow .U 147% feet,' on which i 20 full, bear T. Btsafofl, deceased :j>eod that at the sane RTconTm.ATTORNera 'adp'" .... .
    He ,f Florida
    *' could: < r example, K : .
    every . "
    time! .
    way. shall
    / lo AVuldaoconnts Vr1Ia1. o-t,
    ta ay: a&t Title NedaOa. u... '' Ing trees.. Ix cated'in three present. Court mf Seal i t t
    tiaaafard.Tla.- 4"..lrryaara ,OSTEOPATHSTECIALIST'IN help th eeditor In the'' ma ter of obtaining oranre as Admlol l ere aid KtlaU, sod ,I ,
    and a'half blocks of ie post office, ask for their MASqEY &; W 'liww : .J I
    > loca Jnews. He *uld collect aopmv. < ., ..1y2'. ...
    ; , ., a good deal of suitable information- on beautiful Verona.t: et, in the very t+ w.Adm EARS, ';': i
    litrator, '
    : specially as to visitor 1 ii town for best neighborhood) I Call and let IMed July 23, A, D. Ida. 81 1-amen. '
    .,' CHRONIC DISEASES many of them would come 1 o his store. us:show'you this autiful' home. AT &** iitii'; \4 i
    : ,, ..i.-i iCOHtHJLTATIOM I Term on part of pur ass if desired. : Praetb.le .a8 the its et the Rtaa
    Why 'not- have 'one or n ore of his NoticgQiA4fllai; srd K'' ,j
    raior. the ,
    : : fXAMINATH I 24-tf H..M..BRE: KER ell CO... ; Uslbd Stew. b.fors ....F ..... : ""
    f: ". J' The' N FREEMM ,, Clerics act'' as a' reporter for such r .nMGo( I lit e..M, J....... r
    . v :
    locals T Surely, too a successful: merchant 4 IB Court af the Caoatr JoOaeeolaCeiiBsy ate of Florida. Coma.......... ,nN..' err,

    \\KISSIMMEE\\ frUEaOAVI.YNURoAes !. could give good ide is and snggstlons No;. 464....;-It ,certainly ie exasperating Is re e.t.aqf ',.>1C.- Oliver.. erased: U..14C1ua1.ario.. 'ORLANDOr, :. ;I Ii4

    TLANTA fURDANsopFsct to ) per's'ed tor.1: .to see,an opportunity of making Notlaa is h.rby n, to I whom It mar eon I rr. \ 'l,
    CENTRAL H rEI. He could help too;,..b; improving! big quick' money. 'aid then 'not )be Aso fl,that oa t s aye 'aauary A. D. 1VIS. f '
    { take off I hall apply to thai n Gee r. ,. ANIRE\\J? ; SON,. 1... .,
    :.. .. his it able to hold Ii. We cant parka ":'
    y. advertising.- moto'new.y .
    : fS Court. 7 e.* Probst, for a 'J f
    1 i all the thin A w. and a.aldl.ehars. .
    /MI.WEEKLY r ; '4 would add to.the Interest'of buy good see, wean a* dml (ftrstorof thaastetaaflat ATTORNEY '1
    INONC2e' rbR ANDO.FLA.: AND CouifseLLOB A
    the In the large. ties the dry .willing to pass j them"along \to Joe K.Oliver, dee --' at the aaataaata ,t7 LA4 ,, '
    I paper. our. friend ItereV' a sure' one- thn.l will present my Itrator aa admuila- i...Will Practice in an Courts '; ;,er R t' t
    goods and department re advertising :' of said aatata, an uk r their ;
    JOURNAL I. .to.tbe"average; woman about 113 &41'0'; ,all platte an! ready for uaA OAfSKT.Iralalstrator.. .State,and Federal. ,I" ( .vJ"g

    . : t 'the most' interesting po Lions of the sale in five and ten ere tracts oca- Dates JTuly'lOtb Amo ,'A. D. le1Z, < : adj lnlnc Broadway{r", A It :

    local newspapers.'"And why+ ,ahould ted withlnlW,miles f our passenger I Bank KlaalllUDee" '
    Get the this 'be true of the mall town:/ depot on and ,in "'ci >*e proximity to I '
    Habit: not { CHEDITOR'S.
    ; BILLIbe'Clrealt'C..r1
    Biggest\ n..
    .
    Newspaper '
    ; Thef ; 1 Now as to the merchant who storms the best hard road ii Osceola county. . .r' r' JaNONu''a tai: WOOOVAM. ,; ,
    I OF SMOK NG A We are i faring the tract in a body ..... hCliWu ...1".1 .r ,
    ;k I In the South thin\,-Wouldn't'-iadY: : rtise Jn Mi .1...... Q.eI 1. C.t". .J
    : (U f REAL CIGAR at a very attractive >inc.. .No further Fierltia. , JENKINS & WOODHAM : t ;
    ; local .paper because it c rries ads of SN CHANCJQa r-'
    it :
    : j :"OSJCEJOHA"SeU I stores in;:the, naa..b, lager center." expense necessa y to place on : i
    '.' it..f. :
    "' the market in small tracts- See us.
    Ktsatasme .
    1' .' p7rld..
    Tie'regular 'pnce l' of The*At- Such talk Is arguing In' 'Melons: circle. 24-tf IL M. Breaker' 4 Co.WOT1CE. .- ,A. BankingCorporations. nrokg"r'f'f: ; '
    1 lanti Semi-Weekly Journal 75ccafc .". If the newspaper wner cannot .C........... ,:t' '4"K v ' '
    .. Kisslmme .FJoridif1
    ,
    J a year. )r'JOUwnl send us '' at aO kerei'wk: wait obtain advertising in h i.i own,.town .. -- .. Millar ..* acre D.'.111" /,.,his.wife, I! ",'; ,,
    he it from toth centers .
    must get or .. Ms.p..d.alr M I --- .
    } order,'you can the best f their i r-- .,e i.
    you get cuter ,
    a >
    '. ., go. out of business. An if lie goes Klsatmmaai; P'I Ode.Notloe IT.''1IU.. . e
    ) r '. _Look foe Va1oti. LabeL- out of. bovines .sthe tow loses what la, barab: E1 n' that the tax It appearing'T>y 'affldavl/' of'Coun.el oh : ,.u
    1 ,q T1 RtSSlmTTlEB J( \ local ,advertising'mediun It-'dld have book. of Oaoaola, .. u y will open'foe for tlllll! >llnant'ln abotafctaUd cause MONEY ,.
    BHTOKER'II
    ; :! collactlon. on Nov ar drat. Iam that Z. & Miller and Zoraffi. Millar, the h
    .. and pretty .unly-g ts d< el'than.itever now ready. to furnl taa' atat.ment* Raapondanta thereinnadlsd.
    :\ ; Yalley.{ y. EaZette4axSo rcn. had een. A discount of t per < will ba allowed residents of, the State 'o ran and- .New York Syn a will Pinang '
    : on all taxes paid a the month aN residentLanolr,Jn> the State of Iroeds, lvaar, ,
    ," WOT1CK/TO CREDITOMS.State The way for'the; loalmercbant'tokeed of Novambar In < Itln. out taxa. Carolina, lid tb they are over Mlalag'rite.
    ." : the larger center competitor 'out always furnish l de ripUOD f hour r..c.rtII':: of twenty-on, Ty ara; It -Is ooobos 0p, O ' '
    ', '
    J-< I of his home paper ii,, ,help.buDd'. up propartr ? L:;',' therefore' OrderVd ddat said, nonresident Aca wpt..enau rrpytJk I lip
    : 'f. III,C..rt .I tb.> Commtf J.ds., his home to point where it 12.74. Ct, X* BAND?.L Reapondc\ts/ba.. and they are ''rE
    ; :fIU eta' ,Semi-Weekly Y. a( J eida.'' paper a Ta Collector.' Complaint toVgbpear to tll. .:PIli
    can'afford to pass by the; outside advertiser of filed iKaald auseton or
    : !. ra Os or at least, can agree not to 1 Fruit Truck Land" before Monday the ind day of Decem I .
    Jaarnal1Dot11 We have five and tracts in her A. D., 1112 ot/erVlaa the allega
    > accept more than a certain amount of ten-acre liens of :said. BUI l Mil 1 b taken
    as con-
    T.lilt t t.eaa.es Dl.tr4..t... space from: the'store In the larger. Liberty'Park the most desirable su* eased, by'.ald R./pond to .
    1 t. ; osi.'yar .ad all Pp a.vt.a Clair Sr D.. center f" '. burban property on.th.'mar; it, which it I. further Or ered that this order S.'KIMBER

    fier ....d..at LM! Hatatai It may be
    : Tour and eec f you, ;ara fciarabr paper, ,Mr Country' Retailer If not at prices that' are att'y... *said? << i.1.1! / newspaper published
    FONLY $1.75 notlBad; anlolaJm will be to she tracts toprospective'puicbaee la jCountyiAnd Btate.7nls .
    4 ,, r .1r to present any all that it should be. It may hot be a pleased ti
    .fi! '. ,r 4. : and de vblck 'you. -orafataat good medium for .you to advertise II any time October.R,'G.11th.. JOHNSTON A. D 1112'
    L w* : t either of Do not fall to WI beforeadvantages ., I
    you r ha the But nmembel'h1ll1" It is your only see rty -Z. Clerk Co.rL
    ,;4' ,, : ? aatata of Clark Edward>rankllo. daaoaola medium.,. ..Why then not pitch in and purchasing, as J thas.: B,' ....IZABBTH Cirenit

    ,: A lit tour Subscrip-i, oaaaatt, lata of CoqnVr. ]!lortdA, do your,best to help make. it such i a.: of being,dose In i and 0 e very bestivenient U-4. Deputy Clark. .

    ,' ;,; "':,_;" 0;.,. '\ toG. th. %nd sad, oiacutoriryof i aid medium-' will, produce ,n.uIte"for I paved,road in the co DUastroua Saeese. . t, Etcekatl .

    f. 1 < :t RigttAay'r' hereon atata.' '.withinwo' years' from 'b a'date- you.and"' for Bother local advertisers? :, to the city, seMol'and u e.' ,I.*,Five Stitlonmaster: Flynnof Washing. ClTiiZJta; .
    : ,i J. -- '4 In"your 1 small center, you probably acre tracts $250 anda '" ton, baa 200 pound* of/weif bt.an1l six Rl p'Q

    !1iI,;, a ;PT.I: .lisp. pear t ;, Die t.I !Le.. 'I ii4'! n Dated Q E'o'M.f. sock BRBAJCBK., VD. lit' *'. ii.A tion have, ,not forcombiaed-ranch"chase.eo-epers-, 'Here ie 24 &t. ,,11, BREAD ,A CO. 'these eet. .two proportions inches of cot helrht mix.d'upwith, arid'when' 2trlttS RdtflfD >to o ir, ,


    ": Pi. ....W..i. .I..L,' .. ILRANLLW. opportunity,to do good. work" in. FOR KKNT dgM f e at, this a: ID... one .day rtcantlr' the 'consequences .
    1/" ''' '' .$( feewtora; ; : , '
    !'" ...." ''J ,: directions >ft p t'v offlee. ,!a f.aa' ..was ji broiea,rib.,!:
    e; ,
    I Ih'
    5 //i'! rJ " '.
    .
    .
    '
    .
    '
    ,I '" ' " '" #
    ,
    '
    "
    "t ,1>: ; ( Ill "
    }
    1
    < '
    W' a" 'jl' .t r,1 \. .y, <;
    w 'tll{r'w : .
    ".
    ,., ;k : 4 v 'l. J ..
    : (.c ""f :; K'y' t 1.. : i )
    : tow f :: 'j> t'
    r M ,. '. o ;
    4,1't1' ,: : .a'p.& ,;: .." / (. ,;. a
    ..
    'IL.
    ) *" 1" " < .
    i. < : .
    :
    \. , ,
    1''ya11 ,
    '
    . .," ., .. . : .'" "e, .. t
    .



  • University of Florida Home Page
    © 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
    All rights reserved.

    Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
    Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs