Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 20, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00560
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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NO CHANGES MADE IN THE TAX S NARCOOSSEE FARM AND TOWNS; !

ASSESSMENT AS SUBMITTED SITE. CO. WILL'PLACE LANDS. .'1 F

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.The City Council held several sit- y,y ''
The Narcoossee Farml and 'T wft4, +
'tings subsequent to Thursday eveningof site Co.," will open' the Runnymede .
last week When the City Tax Assessor -
hotel at Narcoossee October 1 underthe
", J. W. Prentis, submitted his ,. management of ,Jacob. ,Yung of
preliminary roll, -subject to revision. Brooksville, Ind. '
The roll was gone over carefully Mr. Yung is an experienced hotelman ,.
with the result that no material
and will come prepared to'make
changes were made in the original the Runnymede a. popular house..
assessment, which shows an increaseof ,
This hotel has 35 rooms jmd..wiU be I
47.04 per cent. .over the roll for operated ..' commercial. hoteL A,

1911.Tuesday successful season Is ,assured The
evening Council made up company is composed "of,nearly' two., '
the budget for the current year and hundred grocerymen and, the I stockholders ' r
assessed the millage necessary to '
themselves are expected to bef
meet the demands. The total amountof the "Oft' .
guests during season, some,
the budget is $36,296.00. The assessment them for longer' than a' fewxlays.'.
for all purposes is 26 mills Others their, '
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spend several,.weeks.' ,In addition,to -"
The Budget for 1912. S6o.e of one 01 lee fan parka In tk. center of Kifmimmmm principal bafinutt.thorough/art. this patronage there ,will .be consld-' 5- -
The itemised statement of the erable numbers from, 'other' points v
.;r. amounts required follows: I . to seek the quietud and pleasant surroundings ft
:.. General revenue fund ____$ 3,141 00 ride will ,be turned into the building I I lal a building for stores, and there of the Runnymede. ,
.t Street fund ______________ 5,93300 I fund. The steamer is advertised to Many New Members will be four of them of equal dimensions The surveying and platting 'of the <, rt'
?" 'School fund ______ -_____ 1,04700 leave the City Dock at '7:30 o'clock the frontage will be 76 feet lands of .the at Narcoosaea
company
.. fund ________ __ .
Sanitary u 3,14100 sharp and all are warned to be onboard ,, and the depth 60 feet. were completed this week by JenkiWM Vc
. Cemetery fund ___nOnon 1,396 00 by'that time. The prices will Added to Board of Trade Buff brick and plate glass will & Woodham the "Klssimmee:engineers. -;' :**%,
Fire department _________ 5,933,00 I be 35c and 25c. make the fronts of these stores at- This has been a long and tedious ....
Interest department ;.. The Kissimmee concert band has I tractive, and will add variety to the task but it has been finished In' !
Interest street bonds ______ 349 00 ;i consented to play and the combines --- | color of the business district. good atyle and a.complete and satisfactory :' p

Sinking fnud street bonds 2,094 00 l tion of music and moon on the lake Context Will Result in the Greatest Good to Kissimmee In view of the great demand for Job made 9f ltuThe4TcWwhlzlrcbifslsts : . .. n
Interest electric light bonds 349 00 should be sufficient allurement to _.dwellings -ia.-te-- -..sumed-th.t. acres of splendid '
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Sinking fund !issues: Jight__ inducealergec'rowdtoparticipatein : -- --*-- -- .' -aria O.ceolaCounfy.. :, tenants will engage the rooms before land; will be placed on the market
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bonds .J : _ __ _._ _._. 698 00 this enjoyable diversion.KATZ'S they are completed, for the business at an early date. .It has been divided ''
Interest water and sewer I complement will unquestionably keep into five and ten acre farms, and will
bonds ._ __ ._ __________ 1,745 00 : 4444444444444444444 C'apt )Donegan has retained Col.I.Robt. pace with the. growth the residential be sold fori! cash or on the installment ., ,
Interest street paving notes 1,396 00 STORE TO BE i W..... Davis, of Tampa, to defend portico, of the town. piAn to suit the purchaser., .
Sinking- fund street paving Active Workers Needed him and the Whites have engagedthe 1 > The organic ideou controlling the '

notes : . .. _.___.._.. 4,88fi 00 CLOSED SATURDAY 1 4 4 services of lion. Cary I). Landis; Narcoossee Farm & Towniite Co... is t'
Interest general notes ._.. 3,490 00 4* Tampa Tribune: Kissimmee 4> I, of DeLand to prosecute.' Referee Andrew i NO TROUBLE TO MAKE rather unique., Reference has been
Sinking fund general notes 349 00 v is waging a spectacular if not 4 Johnson will preside. The trial made to the, fact that ,the company' ,
THE DAY OF ATONEMENT WILL .> a successful, campaign for :I will be held in the court house, and I. MONEY AT FARMING is comosed of retail grocerytnen..Iis : ft'
Total __ __ ___-_u___$36,296 00 <0new members of its Board of <- will be heard by a large audience, no I proposed to have\ their produce
1lE OBSERVED BY LEADING 1 <- Trade.. It occurs to us that <- doubt. .1 grown on these farms and ahipped-
Tillage Assessment for the MERCHANT.The <0the mere addition of names to 8" 1 The charges against the captain of directly to them,'saving the middle
Year 1912. <. the membership lists of trade <- the Blues are serious, and some doubt PROSPEROUS PLANTER TELLS man' profit and giving their customers ' 4
General revenue fund __ _214 mills <0bodies but small of <.. i has been expressed the
is a part concerning HOW THE TRICK the benefit of the savins and the
Street fund ___ .. _.__.___ .4'"A mills store of M. Katz will be closed j the battle. In numbers there verdict. The Blues were thrown into I'I'I I' MAY consequent. freshness of the product.,
./School fund -. ._ -.._ .._._. % mills from six o'clock this evening until is strength,'but it is not always 4* great confusion when it was known BE TURNED. The scheme looks feasible and the ,
Sanitary fund ---2'% mills the same hour tomorrow evening in > exercised. < that their captain was to be arrested experiment will be watched with
Cemetery fund ____._____1 mills observance of Yom Kippur, the Dayof 1-> a and it is said that some difficulty was interest. : '
Fire department _._____ ___.4Vi mills Atonement. 1 4444444444444444444" experienced in making a bond that J I That many who are coming to Flora F, ,B. Cramer, of Cincinnati, man." .
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Interest street bonds __u_ 'I/< mills This day is the most solemn of all was acceptable to.Uefercp' Johnson. ida will make a failure of their venture ager of the has been in Kis
t Sinking fund street bonds 2,094QO the Israelitish religion. It is the I The recently inaugurated contest The official publication of the unless they take good heed of simmer this company peek. He: will return to ,
t Interest electric light bonds '.4 mills tenth of Tishrl following the New for new members to the Board of Whites, known as th" White .Wasp, the advice'given them by those who' Cincinnati next ;week, 'and'will take ..
Sinking fund electric: light Year, and is marked by fasting and Trade has brought in a number of |. has been coming out daily, containing are successful farmers is an opinion up the selling end of the propositionin
bonds __ _.____ ____u___ % mills prayer and services in the syna lap'plioatlons-how many it is impossible matter which the Blues assert will be expressed to the Gazette today by 1 that, city.. ,C. E Oenig will have
Interest water and sewer gogues. The fasting is a physical to state until the contest comesto I followed up in a manner to leave no J. C Locke, who Has been a resident charge: of the Osceola,county offices.
bonds ______u_____1____1V4 mills penance self inflicted for the purposeof a close which will be Saturday age. What methods will be employed of Osceola' and Orange .counties for Mr.,Cramer Is very much interested, .
Sinkin gfund water and turning the thought more com : evening of next week. suspicion upon their honor and cour twenty-four years '.. .' in this section. He believes it has.
sewer bonds ____________ 'A mills pletely to meditation and contrition. The rival sides-the Whites under remain to be seen. Mr.. Locke came to Florida from great future of profitable develop a. .
Interest/ street paving notes 1 mills The purpose of the Day of Atone- Captain W. E. Winn, and the Blues, Capt Donegan stated emphaticallythat Georgia, and he learned how to farm ment.. He Identified himself with Kis '
Sinking fund street pawing ment is self explanatory; it is designed under Captain .Arthur E, Donegan, he would' resort to no court many years ago. He is one pf the simmee by making application for
,notes ...........<-.8Vi mills to bring the penitent to a re- ,have been active during the ;week, trial in seeking satisfaction from his old fashioned farmers, which is to say membership in Kla.hnm.'Board
Interest general notes ....,2H mills alization of divine goodness and human and the town has been thoroughly malignersr'though he purposed standing that he follows Franklin's maxim! of Trade, falling in heartily with the'
Sinking, fund general notes !14 mills' weakness and unworthiness. canvassed, but the activity will con- his trial and meeting the charges "Plow deep while sluggards sleep movement to increase the usefulness
tinue until the end of the campaign, fearlessly. He intimated that it And you'lhave corn to sell and of that body. .
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Total -_... ____-'________26 millsIt and it i is predicted that more than would be impossible to libel his antagonists keep." Mr. Cramer that' number of s'
LOCAL CATHOLICSOBSERVE two hundred members will be addedto !1 unless the old English idea "I always have corn," said Mr. improvements at says_the Runnymede a hotel 4a

will be observed that the increasein the roll |Hof "the greater the truth the greater ,, Locke. "I never buy any corn. I are being, planned, one of them is- "
the assessment over 1911'is 9 mills; EMBER DAYS A novel entertainment has been !1 the libel," were to be the judgment made 175 bushels of corn last year on to install an electric light plant.Th.'
last year the rate was 17 mills. Several planned to conclude the contest in i, of the court. 14 acres and I didn't use any com- hotel Is already equipped, with, ? ,
departments show an increase in I'I the form of a court trial. Wednesday I The trial of Capt. Donegan will mercial fertilizer; I follow the corn water and baths.' It..'. probable running '
afternoon arrested take next. The with a crop of 6ats,* [nd the result is .
the amounts necessary for'example Capt. Donegan! was I place Friday evening that a considerable week eSd business ," .
+ the fire department and street fund. PENETENTIAL SEASON CORRESPONDING I| charged with criminal libel of the most prominent me nin town have that I always have grain for feed." from Kissimmee will b. wilt dar
Besides these increases it became TO JEWISH rival captain and his crew. throughthe been summoned as jurors and wit- Asked what he made his money ing the season. Then are. up who y
necessary to provide for the intereston official 'publication, The Blue I nesses and the court house will be crop Mr. Locke said: "I make will many ;
undoubtedly
NEW YEAR. from all I sold welcome the opportunity ...
crowded. $900
the improvement notes and a sink- Label.FIREMEN'S i money my crops. to rout!/
{ vary.the e by spending ,
ing fund to prepare for the retire- 4 \ t worth of potato slips last year from Sunday at the Runn *.ede. Passengers -' -
ment of these notes upon maturity. Ember Days are being observedthis four acres and I'll make over $1,000 may get off the train and arrive
: worth this The that
this The levy amount will of be property made as upon reported which church.week by members of the Catholic DANCE CITY WILL COMPLETE comers should year.do is to thing study soil new and immediately at the hotel as the house ... .,
They are of great antiquity stands hard by the track. Moreover '
4" conditions and the time for
by the assessor, follows: in the church and are observed by proper it l is likely that Kissimmee will havean
Ref l estate ____________$1,003,295 00 fasting and The 'of' WELL ATTENDED SIDEWALKS SOON planting. If the ydo this they will overflow of winter
prayer. object visitors, ,and j
I II have done much to put them on the
r e Railroads and telegraph 35328 00Personal
their observance is to the
consecrate the Runnymede offer
I may a very convenient
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i property 340,360 ,
seasons by penance to obtain the divine Mr. Locke lives in Orange and acceptable. "annex" for
blessing on the fruits of the OPENING OF THE HALL OVER COUNCil. TAKES ACTION TO PROCEED county their entertainment.
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Total _______________$1,379,483 00 earth. The Ember Wednesdays I ( six. miles north of Kissimmee. He
Days are MAKINSON'S STORE A WITH THIS IM- has five sons who all live bear him,
Fridays and Saturdays, and Here. '
and all are successful farmers May Locate .
occur, first in winter, immediatelyafter SOCIAL EVENT. | PROVEMENT. : '
MONDAY NIGHT the third Sunday in Advent E. D. Neel, of'Cottondale.-., is '
1 second, in the spring immediately after -; I. --- An Enjoyable Outing. spending the week in the city. Mr. ,!,
The Firemen's hall Makmson's A resolution passed by the Neel is *
over was touring the State for the puripose 1 t
the first Sunday in Lent third in ( Assistant Superintendent Mike
CATHOLIC CHURCH WILL GIVE ; store last with Council Tuesday author- of
the bummer, during was opened evening a City evening Crown, Chief Dispatcher A. D. Par- locating permanently and
.t J LAKE RIDE ON STEAMER week; fourth in the autumn Whitsunday, Immediately dance, which was well attended and izing the 'City Engineer! to ascertain | rish and Conductor A. B. Robinson, says that so far he has seen no section .
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proved to be a pleasant social event.Hundeby's .. what 'sidewalks had not been laid in'' that in anywise
comparesto
after September 14 adoptI I A. C. L., officials, were the guests on ;
LILLIE. orchestra rendered the compliance with the resolution Kissimmee
1 The relation between the feast Sunday of Capt. R. G. Conova, on a and the country" immediately
daysof music and the recreation of the dance ed by Council May 21, 1912, and for'.
the Catholic church and the JewIsh 'I, fishing trip down the lake. From the. surrounding; for natural advantages
late hour. The such work to be done under direction < ,
until
Everybody is invited to take a boat church is interesting to note. The was enjoyed a stories they all told of the number of and possibilities. It Is more S
; affair was a financial success also. of the city authorities and the cost than possible he will be.:numbered s
ride on the Steamer Lillie Monday penitential season of the latter began fish caught the amount of good stuff !.
The members of the fire departmentare I assessed against the property own- left among our people for all time.,, +
f evening, September 23. ten days ago with Rosh I they had over after satisfying
themselves to make the
The steamer has been engaged by nah the Jewish New Year, exerting ers their appetites to the fullest, a royal ,. "
of and This action will expedite the work .
the members of the Catholic congregation tomorrow with Yom Kippur, HaShaD-1 ot-ganization ,one strength usefulness time must have been theirs. The trip S.' B. Aultman spent Monday and. ,'
and it is observe and will make vast for the I .
to
change
satisfactory a
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and the proceeds from. the of Atonement.. \that they are meeting with better in the appearance of the town. I will be repeated at an early date. I I Tuesday in Daytona this "ee.k.\ [s?+

such general encouragement., Many of the property owners have responded II<

Board of Trade Will Issue' I WILL OPEN GROCERY ities to have to the sidewalks demands put of the down author-, and Four Years Have Wrought .* .}

some of them have done much more VI"

,itl t Booklet in Response to Demand STORE NEXT WEEK ,i than failed was, however required and; many it remains others have for Great Improvements in Kissimmee_ t4 t4"I

.. i the city to have the work done. .. ,
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I The City Engineer is to make his wt

The advertising committe of the booklet. Mr. Potts was present at I ROTUNDO BUILDING WILL BE report within thirty days, and make won't say that I wouldn't have considered comparison with other/ ;11 "
t'the committee and specifications for the work. known Kissimmee but I will that I and other i'
Board of Trade, composed of Arthur meeting made the say papers towns r
and Lewis [ proffer in person.. He said he,would' OCCUPIED BY DANN the great improvements that have. ness men of the town and h people :
Nelson
} E. Donegan, A. S. i submit a draft of the matter to go in I II GROCERY.It [ been made here during the past four general l!" should appreciate your efforts . 'fi!'; ,
O'Bryan held a 'meeting Saturday the publication subject to the revision STANFORD ANDMILLED years have very effectually disguisedthe ami I have no doubt they do.7, _. 5 r- ,
t in Mr. Donegan'. office and I of the committee., The booklet will old town that I knew." Mr. Wood says that the onayorality" J. f
decide to issue a booklet descriptiveof contain all the data possible to get t is likely that E. P. Dann, for- BUILDING Thus spoke J. U. Wood, Esq., of race In Atlanta is the absorbing local'1.i oJ )
Kissimmee and Osceola county in concerning the character of the soil merly of St. Cloud, will open his stock Atlanta, who was at one time prin- topic in that city. ,,Woodward:' be ; 'xf
response to the demand for literatureof and crops of this section, the rainfall of groceries in the Rotundo building cipal of the Osceola High School,'but says, is still factor to be reckoned i .
this character. made apparent in I and temperature, taxable values andtax "Same time next week. he entered the practice of law and with. though he. stands but-little, l'' .';
the letters received by the Board. rates, water and light supply, the This building has been and is even EXCAVATIONS BEGUN FOR NEW is now located in Atlanta as a practicing chance to be elected. of .; -
i ,These letters contain questions school system and churches transportation DOW occupied By the Osceola Journal; STRUCTURE ON STEW. attorney and member of.the Mr, Wood retumecl..to..tAtlanta, r" '.3 '",
I that would require information which I facilities, and the many other but the Journal is to be moved Into its city council from the sixth ward. Wednesday. Mrs. Wood remained in'o ;:f, f .J"" :
Ms not now in jtossesrion of tile Board_I thingsjmggeatad JlciRe--M lie* liuine on SteWart avenue next XRT AVENUE \ Mr. Wood has kept in 'touch with Kissimmee at the bedsid.-ot'ber. w :
t ""and moreTIme than tne secretary-hisI otters in the office of the secretary week, provided the building is com- r > events in Kissimmee through the' mother! Mrs. W J.- Hicks_ ,*.who"U. : ,..: .. '
?,to*hunt, It up. The real and only Mr. Potts Is the local! representative pleted to that point to receive the Valley''I.Gazette, having been a'subscriber very HLi.
r.solution of the problem it to prepare l of several out of town newspapers. plant Work on the building ir being Contract has been let tq Frank for a number ox years, and he i i H n i i i j : IIj\
": 1 Fl\ 2 booklet.containing all such informa- lie is well posted, and is a pushed and it is calculated that the Bass for the erection of brick store attributes the growth of the town in The many friends I In Kissimmee '
t iSoiV 10 that 'any'Inquiry maybe an- fluent writer and is well qualified to change 'will take place in_a few days building Stewart avenue, betweenthe a great measure to the work of this Miss.Idel Shelton, of bake. City will, '''''f,
', -;,' "' fully and by do the work'which-has been.assigned Mr-Darurwlliearry a full line of building to be occupied by the paper., "I know of no paper which regret to learn of the death .off her '1
Snff a copy of It *to th=r, him. J groceries and the central location together Osceola Journal and Fraternity halL measures up to the Valley Gazette mother at their'' home*In,.Lake 'City, 'i 3.t
:Y7 i *v_. The'committee In Chia: i l The booklet' will,be issued just as with hU" H.: Clay Stanford and B. C. Miller are in point of appearance and, general last,week. Miss Shelton" was an ad-.
i .' ?accepted the i offer of o: &-soon as the matter can.be prepared. to-date merchant will undoubtedly to be-the owners of the new building. I I, excellence." he said, "when the size .mlred'Tlsltor in'Kssimme, last sum i'mer. ...r

iIi, ,\question tb to prepare the master;for-th. :\.and, '\ ,the. "form" agreed /poaK'" ti//,:'" ,,,-110" ,r tsa' ..k. the venture a decided. success., The structure is. to. be rented! -pt V>f.the town from! which." "r it.Is" issued,i..*,.is',. .., *.. >-" v"'" ..i ,

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i'fPA' :PAGE' 2. __ THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY. GAZETTE., FRIDAY .SEPTEMBER.20,:1H2'

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iiiiiGiE IKS TO' lion *dollari of friendship to help love spread and the'truth principle ACTIVE CAMPAIGNIN' .Tested and Proved' Good :

No one is coerced, no one i. begged*

to join this,gloved order whose works Freshness a*well. high grade"quality.; '
NEXT WEEK GET MONEY BACK of.charity and goodwill toward the :OSCEOLA COUNT)
human race speak in indelible'lettersof Call for what you want in.the. \ \

golden truth to the civilized world; GROCERY LINE 7"
;" GILBERT .-. but this opportunity is offered as an .'
; A. : S. obligation owed by this society to its PLANNED JM,.,',r

SUMTER COMS'TURN HIM DOWN fellow men, Membership they lack DY THE ,COMMITTEE 1 1Ip'"i

., ., s not, because, notwithstanding the I .ro I
'Main Street, North KUslmmee ., many old established orders, 'and the 1
( .. new. ones springing into existence .! "
i 1:; -WILL SELLAll ( NO SECOND MADE TO MOTION constantly ,their membership is ever SPEAKERS WILL BE INVITED TO

'' cuts ' TO. ALLOW CONTRACTOR TO increasing ADDRESS. THE VOTERS ON
,.. ,, 5 cent Lace at 2i! a yard. : ,This community well sustain a '
All 10 cent Embroideries at 5c"a yard. TAKE riO'WN HIS CERTI-'' large lodge in its midst, of representative DANGERS OF D1SRUJ:

lOc yard. FLED CHECK. citizens who will be always ING THE PAKTY. .
i ;, A1I12A"? ____.at a ready to extend the right hand of
-: friendship towards the traveling .
g To introduce our complete line of The County Commissioners of members and the general public. The Osceola County Democrat!* '

Sumter County seem to have gottenthe Osceola lodge has lately acquiredsome Campaign Committee held meeting
Bandings and Fancy Trimmingsto matter of construction of a court more regalia and necessary Tuesday evening at the office of lion.
house in that county in considerable paraphernalia and stands ready to C. A. Carson in the State Bank and
the Ladies of Kissimmeewe muddle. The bid to construct the confer the solemn obligations of the laid plans for making an active cam-

will sell them fort courthouse was awarded to R. D. order to those eligible and willing'' ***to paign in behalf of the nominees of: Mlvi
Waring on the 18th day of June A. D. receive them. the Democratic primaries.The DIBBLE & SON
1912; the board at the same time-ex. month of October will inaugu-
t 10 Per Cent Off acting from Mr. Waring a certified TENNESSEEANS COME rate and sustain the greater brunt of: 1 1,9r
check in the sum of $2,412.50, as the the activities. Democratic rallies --- 1
For one week, beginning Monday, September the 23rd Board stated to show his good faithin will be held in a number of places .
making the bid. TO KISSIMMEE It was decided to have a fish fry each
Upon investigation it was discovered at Campbell, Whittier and Bassenger: DR. WM. HARPEROSTEOPATH'I

.' that in nearly all the initial steps The dates will be left for the committee -
.,. ,..1| of the Board
the to select after'
-- -- --- ------ ---- ---- ---- necessary on part TWO PROSPEROUS REPRESENTATIVES the members
1 as'required by statute, that is to say have conferred with the leading
r-- '\ 1" as to the intention of the Board to -OF SISTER STATE Democrats in these precincts. STECIALIST IN

f a I construct the courthouse, and the ad- HAVE COME TO REMAIN. Shingle'Creek will be the point ot CHRONIC DISEASES
I vertisement for the bid and the levy one of the most interesting rallies of

Osceola Lumber Co; Inc. of the tax for construction purposes the campaign, The committee de- CONSULTATION' EXAMINATION FREE
were each and all in error. Bringing their launches With then gi nat<>d Shingle Creek as a speaking

To be more particular, August 3rd, and launching them immediately on point. St. Cloud and Kissimmee were KISSIMMEE. FLA. .
u 1909, the Board published its inten- the lake, as soon as they were unloaded named as speaking points for the .TUESDAYS.THURDAYSATUROAY3OFFICE '
tion, for thirty days expiring September C. E. Thiery and C. F. candidates, but no such restrictionswere CENTRAL HOTEL
PLANING MILL AND NOVLLJ WORKS 6th, 1909, to build a court house Thrasher, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,, thrown about the speaking to i
jail. The law requires, that on have come to Kissimmee and have be held at Shingle Creek. It is inferred V J
the expiration of this publication, be- come to' stay. that some of the speakers from PHONE aea ORLANDO, FLA. I
ing the next meeting of the Board,, Mr. Thrasher has purchased a other sections will appear at Shingle '\
Rough and Dressed Lumber the Board is to act. This the Board place from P. F. witchell and Mr. 1. Creek. Senators Duncan U. Fletcher
Thiery is living with him for the and Nathan P. and \
: _ failed to do, and no further steps Bryan Representative
were taken in the matter until March present. Mr. Thiery is an electricianby Frank Clark will be invited to caa.aAtkubi....dlr..... I
5th, 1912, when a bid was accepted trade and Mr. Thrasher is a sheet make speeches in the county during rzaa I
a Sash, Doors, Brick, Lime, Cement from the Manly Jail Works, of Daw- metal worker. the month of October. It is hardly M. TILLER H1Real
son, Ga., for the cell and steel workson Mr. Thiery's launch is a seven- likely that all of the three will accept, Fr
f t > Plaster, Shingles, Laths J1.fl the jail. horse power boat, 25. feet long by but one or two of them may come. < Estate Agency. I
i No further action was taken until six and one-half feet wide, and is A subscription list to collect funds r rl
'' GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL I May 14th., 1912, when Ludlam &: named "Winona." Mr. Thrasher'sboat for the county campaign was opened l t ................................_...._ _I ..

rr, .w-4 MacDonough were employed as architects } is smaller, being 18 feet in and a sum upwards of $200 in amountwas l t .
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r and at this meeting the clerk length and known as "Chick." The subscribed. Thorough work in Realty bought and sold. .
.1K Kissimmee, Florida I of the Board was instructed to ad- Winona is an especially trim looking each precinct will be done in the interest Houses rented. ..
u "' i ) vertise for bids for the erection of vessel, finished in oak and walnut of the Democratic ticket. Taxes paid and Titles ver- ..

9 the courthouse and jail, which, as with commodious lockers and seating i ified for nonresidents.Fire .
3 above stated, was awarded to R. D. capacity. It required a car of extraordinary Life .F
and Accident In-
Waring.It length to bring the launchesto V. I. Si BENEfIT AT Stirance. .
is conceded by the Board that Kissimmee and the freight from r
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their proceedings are irregular in all Chattanooga on the car was $140. PASTIME TONIGHT < Indemnity Bonds. frar

: particulars pointed out, and that it The addition of these launches will < .j
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%" Fruit and V eoetablPackers' will be necceRsary for the Board to increase by two the list of reputable WA-VW vv ,
: jack up and come ahead again on boats on the lake. The approach of
correct lines, and that until their the season will bring others, and the FRIENDS OK SOCIETY MEMBERS

mistakes are rectified they are not in need for arfchorage and a boat house REQUESTED TO BUY TICKETS r
,position to let the contract, to levya is becoming more apparent and im
l Supplies tax or to issue warrants or bonds, perative. OF THE MEMBERS.The .
[
*' yet with the tenacity worthy of a better Kenneth hp..ButIeft
.'S* cause they cling to the certified I
LEAGUE WILL PAVE Pastime
check of .Waring for $2,412.50, and performance at the
Jf r \ Our large stock enables us to give you what positively refuse to surrender it. A theater tonight will be in the natureof

m-' you want when you want it Write us fore motion was made by one member of ABOUT CLUB HOUSE a benefit for the Village Improve-
BARBER
the Board that the be returnedto ment Society. The Society is raising SHO
t Prices Crate money
i iT on
prices and samples. quoted
Waring, but was lost for the want funds to buy books for the public
? Materials in Car Load Lots deliveredto of a second; and, when Mr. Waring'S' library, and all tickets sold by the
Uv insisted final order being CHAPTER OF A. W. L. CONSIDERING members will be converted into the Cold Drinks &
part of f the State attorney upon Cigars
any
| made, a vote was put on the resolution NEEDED IMPROVE- fund. The members request the pub- I.II I.
? that the Board decline to return lic to take notice of. this condition.No .
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I.ife Orange WrapaVe0efaDfe ., Mr. Waring's money.It MENT. I part of the proceeds from ticket Kissimmee, Fla.

Wrape' being impossible for Mr. Waringto sales at the door will be counted for
the benefit of the V. I. S.
obtain bond
a through a surety
Orange Crates The Hart Chapter American Wo-
company, on account of the irregularities -
man's League met Monday afternoonand
lIegelabCra". of the proceedings, or to sell considered the proposition of pav- A Five-Acre Farm.A .
Cement CoatedVafla or dispose"of the warrants or the
ing about the chapter house.
bonds of the county, that he would received from 5-acre farm in Pinedale. with good
., ladder have to take as compensation for his Aproposition was fence and cleared, for $600, with easy wish
Buzza discussed but to bay'Automobile
? & Sons, and was you as
R. D. 16-tf
refused Waring co.
construction work, he' to goon payment.
final action deferred until Mon
., 'J;,.:' t f.,.'. FenlifsMffar Brand Roofing > with the contract. The attorneysfor day afternoon was of next week, when the
The Beat Roofing 'for th surety companies, at well as
;, attorneys for financial houses havingin subject will .come up II the special
'"
Packing ffouaeaIV. view the purchase of bonds, refused order.The chapter received a propositionfrom HotelB'way
Park
do with the
have to
to anything
Arthur E. Donegan, captain of
R. FULLER matter in its present condition, the Blues in the Board of Trade con Or have your automobile
,. hence by reason of the hold up of
test to assist in the membership cam- and Dakin Avenue
Mr. Waring's money, he is compelledto .
paign, and the offer was accepted.The
aOfflaaa, Salaarvema Wharvaa and Yard.N.arq resort -to the courts for relief. ladies went to work enthusiastically -

4i A Knlghf Terminal' Fea of !Franklin atr..t.IrP Attorney Andrew Johnson, of Kis- on the side of the Blues. There THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED RepairedGo

t _, .. > TAMPA Phona 207 and 190 FLORIDA simmee, represented Mr. Waring and be- was but one dissenting vote, and that AND RENOVATED FOR THE
fore the County Commissioners,
in was reported as a very faint one. FALL AND WINTER TRAVEL
will have charge of proceedings But one white badge was seen at the to
-'\ court to compel the County Commis- chapter meeting. ,
sioners to deliver Col. Johnson
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7 -- -- RATES A DAY
c.----- - $1.00
appeared before the Commissioners GRIFFIN'S
i \ Monday in the interest of Mr. War- ST. CLOUD PEOPLE -.

y.4l( ( q ing. He asked a return of the check A. ROSE, Proprietor
yAj' I and caused the Commissioners to goon ARE HAPPY NOW :i7-tpd:! GARAGE
record as refusing to make the re
CRINER & SIEVER
,, I fund. Col. Johnson has begun to prepare -
1 mandamus procedings. The
b will before Judge Bul- SCHEDULE ON SUGAR BELT LINE:" 1

: : : REALTY COMPANY lock case, of Ocala.GIRLS come. up HAS BEEN LAST.CHANGEDAT Its Beautiful !IA Get the Habit '


.r ,''t., Prairie Land, Orange Grove, High Hammock Land AND BOYS SMOKE

Timber Land Land: at all Price and Easy Terms. fine home, all modern con-
on There is nothing to keep the people
OFF FOR COLLEGE veniences, extra large yard Boone'sStraight\
--- of St. Cloud from being supremely on best residence street in -

' ::1" 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange hall value happy Sugar Belt now;has the been schedule changed.The .on the Kissimmee.Write An exceptional for such Made in Kissimmee ,
bargain. us, a
for other real estate -:- .:. -: -:- KISSIMMEE WILL BE WELL RE- change took place Tuesday chance comes seldom. The 'Ciftr with the Real Taste '
11 AT TALLAHASSEE morning. The first train leaves Kis-
PRESENTED trade
50-acre Orange Grove, will trade for half value simmee at 6:30: and returning arrive*) We have a fine small farm Box solicited
AND GAINESVILLE: at Kissimmee at 8:30: ; .it reaches St. at $20 per acre. Look for Union Label.
for other real estate, balance easy payments -:- I -- Cloud at 7:05: and leaves St. Cloud at .

8:00: o'clock. The afternoon train .
i i Monday night a party of young a
runs on the old schedule. There is OTHER
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ladies left Kissimmee for Tallahassee -
still train.
no Sunday
: I to be present at the opening of The St. Cloud folk have been clam- DISTINCT Sprigg Fleming
--- the Florida State College For Wo- oring for an early morning schedulefor ,

to men Wednesday. a long time, and at last they haveit. BARGAINS.When
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Those composing the party were: Considerable difficulty was experienced CLEANING
!, :: Misses Alma Griffin, Margie Belle
} in getting it, however. Re-
Bearden, Grace Nelson, Virginia Tiller peated applications to the railroad PRESSING
<., Marie Briddell. Miss Phyllis Jer- you come to Kissim "4
o and the railroad
finally an appeal to DYEING
: : '(_ Is Sent Complimentary rell left the latter 'part of last week commission and unreasonable delayin mee, make our offices your.

,? for a visit at Micanopy before proceeding carrying out the order of the commission home. REPAIRINGNeave
. to Tallahassee. She expected -
ensued before they got what
ri ; 7"- to join the other Kissimmee girlsat
? ',: Parties receiving this who are not take City Tuesday. 1 they wanted word rt raj house and clothe|
'; paper, Messrs. Lee Jarrell and Sumter The Tampa Tribune will have cause South Florida will be celled for sod returned.

!: ..I, r regular subscribers, must not think that it U Leitner and Mr. Hill, of Narcoossee, Tribune to oppose subscribers the recent along change.the Sugar The --- .

4\'I.: "" .the intention of the publishers to I later dernand will be numbered among the studentsat I i Belt line will not get their papers Satisfaction Gunrantc
this
the university from county.I. now till the afternoon, being placedon Co.
t\ ;jf-: : ..; of.them the subscription price, as it is an equal footing with the Times Realty i
O. O. F. Society.
'.. Union. GOITaHB.B ::
,:, t..,,' : ..' mailed to them complimentary by our Boardof Osceola Lodge No. 74, I. O. O. F., I
!I,) 'If'. think it advisable to reduce the initi- 19 A auABANTBBD CURB:
'f." : County Commissioners; for the purposeacquainting Don't b*dldtamd br an uiuria-httr Clotran
,
;'' atory and degree fees until Friday, farm for Sale. r iMek that will......IF kMp liicii-.-' '
\''.:'i' them with the many advantages, September 27th, to ten.dollars, there- Located on good road, onequartermile A GOOD EATA and ca M choking" 1 and ottwr unploaoaat. k,
by enabling: those of moderate means rear, ,
,I and opportunities this town and offer and good standing in this District from city-limits, good fiveroom CHEAP EATA toauI--rH: 61NTaAtNT"Car.
f,.... county ;; celled house, large new barn thirty ...ottr*..Stay Ciirad. ;

; ., .- .:_ 'the homeseeker. ..The'paper will be'mailed. .> and the those investigating that have-committee been approved, to join by acre land,. twelve of which i. in cultfvatioivaixtryoung 'QUICK EAT Urn After aaard yea i of baVa than triad ran avarrthin will appreciate ah. F IBarHcf (
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hiammiaBt
I orange grape thtaraoMdr It partwtlr
few,weeks to any person whose name is given the order. fruit tree., seventy-five peach tree., I* what you get,at' ta.:...dci.act aobr: tba kla
This is an opportunity that should lay dlMoaifart wbatarar. and wa Spann

;/ y, ,, ; us,';and tf they should:desire to, receive U regularly hot be slighted by men of sound judgment family tome plum horse and, one pear buggy treea, one, one wagon good, Hatmaker's RestaurantOM.Vallry salts na applkmtloa tluui a month will prodnaa tmliMat Mora wMhr. Acts j
.' wishing to elevate'their own -.I .B-o't iipaadaayVntrWmKOCa__'-
( thereafter, 'we would be glad to two ;acts harness fifty chicken, ten .......... :: .j i'
putt
: .., moral and social tons, and by association head cattle and\ all tools necessary to '- .. .tator
Gazette: lluiidlrihallo Miaef"rIall>Mat"' t. 'and l If ITOTladUtlMbutraaMdyaCthalUiMl
: our subscription list the with the largest fraternal orderin .rnltiyau' place A bargain t-8.MX! ; tans '
a \ : era on at. regular; > > ; ] t '
the world
- -.v -- -- ,( having a membership Write lu tor terms any'kind of nrar aatd.yea aaa ratora tb..mrly. p<
;' of ''two. million :two'hundred will rafuad roar trat. over 8e-t>. . H. M. BRKAKKK ft Co.. 8 '
I Lk l>''j'1., Ji)( .( t, 't thousand in Ameriea, and having disposed .1 SOFT DRINKS ...1 asT !
. in alone for the. FOR:RENT signs 'or sale 'at this ?ramldv b..nt bud..eBall's 9
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JiEfWat rs8lt CarsonGrocery j i YQur: '. .Town, i,r1 tfpW TO KILL UT "'. ,'-\" ,'T 'r ,

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-'.-- WE BELONG HOW TO itltL YOUR TOWN. Ora ge. Grove It t .

Company : If you like the old 'town, best Buy-from'peddlers: as much as pos
'Tell ,'em sol sible.
; have .__ ... .. .' .. '
l.t'ou d. her'.Ie4.th Ln"t.. --Denounce- yoqr-tnerchantsrbecause: -- -, -'-. ,p'- '" .. ,
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Help""her growl 1 they make' a profit on their .. "
goods.Gloly'
-Wholesale and Reta.1l'De&1ers in When"there to ,doN r, ; i ,\ --p- --tOO' '
8 anything in the downfall l of a man who ; ',: .t; roper YI"" 1 .
Let the fellows count on'you; has 'done much to, build up YQur< rtl;' :
'.Y ou'll feel bully when its through. town:_ : ::", __, .
GROCERIES ;
: > Dent"you' know.! Make your town ,out a. bad place '
and stab it every,chance you get. : F'S I
It you. want to make hit. Refuse to unite in any scheme for \ 3' e : ;
Get a namel I IIf the betterment of the '. : .;
l i I the. other fellow'sblIT.pend terest of the people. ,, material-* 'C' ,
.we SELL we BUY'HA't T -S '
r SI your'money in the town, Tell your merchant you get goodsa "' '" .' -T:, ..
great'deal cheaper'in some'other -
Where you pull the .hekel. down; -
HIDES Give the (Imail concern a frownThat' -- town and charge him with extortion. r
If a stranger comes to town tell
the your -
: GRAIN game. him,, everything overdone and pre We have 50 acres of good land adjoining the'corporate limits : ;

r'FERTILIZERS FURS If you're used to giving: knocks, dict ture.a general crash in the near fu- of a nice town of about 2.ooo'people, where they have,good school ,

SHINGLES WOOL Throw bouquets Change .instead your style of I rocks, Patronize eutside newspapers to and church privileges; thi* tract has 17 acres' of orange and grape'\' ,: y' d

AND For a while. the exclusion of your own and then fruit grove, just beginning, to bear well..win. growmorvaluabh"; .- '
ORANGE Let the other fellow roast; denounce yours for not being as large "
BOXES each and '
Shun him as ;you would a ghost; and as cheap as the city papers.If every year; it is a splendid property. :;and,,.;,'good loca-: fell '.:,
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ORANGEyRAPS' ALL -- Meet ,hls hammer with a boast you are a merchant, don't advertise bon.. -_ ,, -' 'j\t:,' . ""II'L' 'f't'; ;
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And a smile. in the home paper, but com We alto have 60 .' ; r 'fO' $ *
a acre farm in the same neighborhood that .
r VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY pel the editor to go elsewhere for ; < ,
1 When a stranger from afar advertisements, and howl like'a sore all Les nicely, every acre good fruit' land and now has, a fine,"-ar..
CRATE NAILS PRODUCE Comes along; head because. he does so. Biiy'a rub- ing and
orange grapefruit about half '
Tell him whb and what we are- ber stamp' and * .
Make it strong. you a few dimes and make your let. brings good returns each year, can &ought-on 'favorable1 terms .
Needn't flatter, never bluff'; terheads look a* though you were doing of and will ,
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. Tell the truth-for that's enough. 1 business. one-horse town. payment pay large dividends: on the price! ,ead4atr"It !i ; .

We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping Join the boosters-they're' the stuff. If you are a farmer, curse the is owned by a non-resident, who will sell it foil\.IMS! than i its. i !

We belong. place where you trade as the meaneston worth. Located half a, nude' from a large lake, that it 5_ miles

parties.Free delivery city limits Phone No. 12. - It was a wise-man who said "You I neighbors earth. and Talk tell this them over the with men your are wide and 12 miles long where there i is fine fithing and_l boa tin,. '

i We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circula' must plant wheat to get wheat; you ('''robbers and thieves. It will make The man who secures this grove will be'fortunataTTmleedi' ;.*!!*t.wUf -- : 'Jt....,
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must work for the home town if much less valuable
you your property ,
and prices on fertilizers. want a town in which to work." '' but you don't care.-Price Current. pay a large income and is a delightful. place to live; with ordinary\ '.f'
good. / "
buildings. t
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We also have in the same neighborhood the Thomas;,Grove .

How the Gazette Impresses and 60 acres of excellent land joining a, fine l rge'lalte, and'this'lake
/ss:
FIRE INSURANCE ? Yes the Best Companies Newspaper Men Elsewhere is connected with 6 others by artificial canals so thatone"can', : : ; .

, visit all these lakes by boat furnishing a: splendicj place:for///-'i) ,. t

pleasure resort. Nine of r+
acres oranges tangerines and grapefruit '

i Why not use the same good judgment in buyingInsurance Kentucky Paper Print Lengthy Editorial with this. Paper as Its t nice large bearing trees in splendid condition.> ,fen*'Ceres more ,

that you do in buying goods for your Subject. S of land ready to plant The owner of this land \,owns, 'another' : \ rI pi, Ir! "iQ

I store or clothe for your family? -- grove and desires to sell this one. We want to,shpw.iMo>;pro -H : : '*

I e Our Motto It prompt and courteous treatment. The following editorial l is taken in Waahiagton to which the Federal I pective buyer introduce'him to the owner and let I him 'dea .-direct:, : E \ '

fri _. from the Winchester" ,(Ky). Sun. census makers give about 6,000. It is 22' miles from railway station
and
- - -- Some one sent the Gazette a marked Comparisons of these papers with convenient,to cbooJ."j ;.

All of the article is not our own "hopeful" are very interest- Fine Colonization Property: We have 200 acres.of good citVrus. 1 b
copy. reproduced ing. Mr, AUan, when he handed us
ARTHUR EI DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCYD. for the reason that it was the Florida paper, exclaimed that it fruit land with a railway station on the land 2 miles from

rather l lengthy\ and some of it not I was something to make us think, good town; splendid 2-story. 8-room house store building t arfe, fc I t,1: :
G. WAGNER Manager to the point. The portion which is meaning thereby that we ought to barn (feed lots
garage and 10 of
acres splendid
get out something like it, as we took bearing ,orange '-,
printed however, is pleasing to >the 1l_ It does .make us think; -* -gt'8pefruitgroyewithquite-e litmbir t of"BuHded peach trees i : ,
publishers of the Gazette and will be i Upon measuring its, advertising 40 ; : .
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to the friends of the paper. The Ken- columns vAi find that it contains 824 acres more land fenced and in cultivation ready to plant-to'.r' Y

t tucky contemporary says: inches of paid matter! This is just grove. This is a splendid proposition for locating a, number.,of
Mr. J. Harry Allan us one about what the Sun runs week. '
gave per the
;: Distance day last week a paper from Kissimmee With that much advertising, we neighbors in same neighborhood and there aresufficient; : ,"inkprovements -*

AdvertisingLong. 296 Fla., that has won our admira- could get out a paper in Winchesterthat to make it valuable and interesting. We want to'snowofl' { "f
tion. It is a twelve-page paper, ex- would make all these nearby you this property and introduce the '" v"' * V
t ceedingly well gotten up and set by towns sit up and take notice, and it you to + owner."v
is the Mergenthaler: linotype. I would mean thousands of dollars in The reason we do not give prices! _,on..these, groves..iiJ ;. .w .
saying right thing Kisnimmee does not the of the Winchester advertisers
appear on any pockets people frequently think know
list of towns of over 7,000 Inhabi- annually.Our they all about it and wsJt.untiLlheyj.come .... ; .
at the right time tants which we have seen, so that it I answer to Mr. Allan is "no ; but we want you to write and- ..k"about these 'srove, ., *n'A

i is likely not much if any, larger than advertising, no paper." For fear we then we will go into detail, tell about all their condition 1t'
..' in the right Winchester. Such a paper from sucha may be mistaken and thought to be surroundings '
wayWe town l is a marvel. / I cutting at him, we hasten to say that price etc. We have groves in prices ranging anywherelfrom: : .
Some time ago we were handed a his firm is not one of the non-adver $2.500 to $50.000 each. Can suit reasonable 141- 1
minded
make a soecialty of planning preparing paper from a town of 9,000 in Okla tising firms. To get out such a paperas any ,per.oD.
literature and conducting campaigns for homa. It was an eight-page weekly.Another the Kissimmee one is rates .would who wants a good Florida home or investment Have fine"'truck
Land Companies Boards of Trade Municipalities paper lately in' our hands have to be much higher than they farms, city '
.and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN I' property, eta Correspondence .solicited.. \.I V v' ,
was a six-page daily from a town I are here. ? .
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I ADVERTISERS Our Democratic rooster has madea

DEMOCRATS ARE change in his note book; he apparently .. ', I ..
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seems to be unconscious.. of
S : TAMPA FLORIDA any special disturbance in the water NELSON REALTY 'COMPANY: ;,. ",t,
j URGED TO ACTIVITY when the Captain's boat passes but : 'v* I
wakes up' in, the morning '' 1 . .J 0.1 '. rl.' .; .,..''(.. ;. ... ;. ; :I. w.-fl4.,
.. "Hurrah for, Ovrstreet and Band'y' . ,
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and when we appear on the' porch Citizens' Bank oI.IM.. . "
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he repeats the shout) then raising I \ ., ,I ," .. }; ; '. I I'q .... ,.,'\,., & "
HISTORY IN COUNTY. POLITICS his head. he looks around at ,ua as . c" ,. ' 'r5--',; -11r-t-,i" .i'1 \'4 -' ,:f''I: 'J'ii4 air' .. }
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TATE BAN ; OF kjlSSIMMEE much as if to say, "Well I 1' guess I'j' : ........ ..'. .. \ ,G' "II'! .
something was said that time." The _' u
plentitude of minnows and :
REX PREDICTS THE- LOSS tadpoles :; ., .
OF ,- "" .' '
on his extensive plantation causes __ ;
I., -, Oldest Bank In Osceola County ,
ONE OR TWO CANDIDATES this Mormon and his numerous wivesto '! .

Depository for UNLESS THE DEMOCRATS I lOur rejoice people greatly.are pleased to note yourcity's .............. ........*I.4-: r vy., _

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UNITED: STATES GOVERNMENT STATE FLORIDA
TAKE MORE INTEREST. '
rapid, growth and '
fully appreciate EMIL; MACH .
\ COUNTY OF OSCBOLA!: CITY OF KISSIMMEE your successful efforts' in making ERNE8T MitOH
A.t
C-.dUd Oil Cu..:
it what it is, but we do not recognizeany *. T
-I"f CAPITAL STOCK FULLY PAID $50.00000t :
Old mother nature continues to sole proprietorship as existing in
t SUItPLUS. 30.000.00STOeKHOLDERS' furnish us with that refreshing beverage its inhabitants. It is our Kissimmeealso Z :MACH EROS. ;' '
LIABILITY BO.OQO.OO that invigorates without in the assertion being based on the
DEPOSITORS' SECURITY SI3O.OOO toxicating and over which the reve- fact that 'it is our county seat, and e Livery Feed
and StableAgtltilternatlonal
nue department or tax gatherershave we are perfectly satisfied to form a Sale
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT no control. Legislation has ..pro I background where you and your visitors -
duced a political dryness which excludes can partake of ruralistic enjoy-. : Harvesting Co.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT ments. :
SS the lard can with its iron pipe I ? ""':-.2r' I
accompaniment, so we do the best we Rex does not thoroughly under- : .[iI.L icisraos:: : AVY' 1 .--
.t C. A. Carson Jno. M. Lee M:1 Calx N. B. Carson can without the use of the morning stand the political'situation, but the , ,J ,

Pres't Vice-P..res'tld: Vice-Pres't Cashier dram. report from different precincts that Everything and first class. We render prompt; aii'd' :
The professional fisherman considers not a Republican ballot would be cast satisfactory service '
day or night
therein i' '
these rains beneficial to future gives unbounded confidenceto
operations there being too muchIn our stay-at-home population. Haying \ '
: ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER
::4 i' the lakes and river for success known Whittier to' cast 64 votesat DEPOT :
ful seining ,giving the small cat fish a primary election and 29 in the Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 :2 '
l, ,k JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY an opportunity to attain their growth general we know whereof we speak : :: .

t LINCOLN HULLEY. Ph. D., Lltt. D., LL. D.. Prentdetit which greatly add to the weight of and furthermore if you will examine .. .....y....re ..N.N
the Catch, after the waters subside.In past records you will find that a .
THE BEST SCHOOL ;:collar FOR YOUR CHILDREN the meantime land clearing i is proportional decrease has existed in -... :I.i
iliI'' Send Them to Stetson. Fall Term BeninH Sept. 28 the order of the day. These water other precincts and when we come to 4.arAt kiAar.auac,6c rLrlla rrlkada dlallt dtiaauAur! ., '
46 Prof_",and InDtructom ':..11....of Liberal Art oak hammocks which constitute a inquire into the reason for this, you
17 Univernltr Buildmra Cohere Law portion of the Cobb plantation when will find that it was because we hada '
& Acre Campus olleira bf Technology cleared uncover a wealth of soil not sure thing in the election of our
Feed and
AIM Student. last Y r Colleti of BuiilneaaPreparatory Livery Sale Stables l
1Ic) SI.OOO.OUO.OO endowment Academy exceeded by any in the State, not candidate. Now the scene changes; = ,q..
SI,'*"' Volumea in Library Normal School easily cultivated the first year, bdt the shrewdest set of politicians in the + r
.r tilli 010 Plpa Om.n School or Mechanic Art from the and .county are now and that / 4Lw 1.
10 urge __almrat*riea for Science School of Music very prolific start pro- opposing us *
I. Un.urpaa.rd i'enaral KqujpmentHci I School of Fine ArU ducing a variety 6f crops which they do not come out with openly ALL KINDS OF HEAVY' HAULING '_
>arata Dormitories for yonnc ... ..d yammg won.n.\ Careful MlMlstratloM Miss Anna Simmons is an occa- they will work secretly and secrecyis ; ;, ....
,\..:" 'I.y. sad tboro.ah a.per..I.I. Cbrlntlaa cad sot aactarlaM te.e..>.. sional visitor at our domicile as the j the most dangerous combatantsthat SPECIALTY ; '
t For Cataloc or ...1.w... fur !I. or.atlo., or or room roaerva on ddrexs guest of Mrs. Cobb. Miss Anna is a party has to contend against.Rex oC 1'. It 1'\,:,,<. '; .

.:, JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYRollins DELAND a charming young lady, sensible and' himself had he not witnessed t' New supply of Agent for the ,. .' .
FLORIDA attractive and at all times welcome. I by these reports and stay at home ,/A Runabout, Rubber-ti 'I Queen Ci u I",, tq as, : : "-,)tP19 '
'rj K' 21.1.tl..f She is a resident of.Polk County, and this in times past, would be allured 'II Ca ria&ea .f' .. .
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at present is on a visit to her sister, during the November election 'f -' ,. '
J, -- - -- - -- Mrs. Tuell. Mr. Tuell by the way, than take the fatiguing..--Jour a 'B. A. McADOO c' :: "
.; FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE is building a commodious dwelling on which he will be cojnpeHea to maketo i. PBew.r: ;; '
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College WINTER PARK. FLORIDA I the south side of the peninsula about deposit his vojte; Reports' from a ..w.-v-......... ......... r...'.......ar-......,..;-s ; -
one-half mile from the Cobb mansion. certain precinct stated that not a Re- -" ' .
r" Departments. -College Academy, School ot Music School of Fine Arts. The Patriarch and his son, John publican vote would be cast there, but .
I, School of Expression. School of Domestic and Industrial Arts Business School, went on a goat hunting expeditionlast in one of my visits to your city a X ""
Course for Teachers.I'.aalty.Twenty. > Saturday and brought in a fine voter from said precinct stated in the . t ai
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Professors and Instructors prepared in the foremost specimen. Now, don't ;you fellows presence of Rex and a county official ,,,,{.j.. .
r Universities' of America and Europe. I i twist up your mouth and say you'll I/ that he could not vote the entire S
v'' u aUoa.-On Atlantic Coast Line;and Seaboard Air Line, 143 miles south r bet it smelt.like venison when it was ) Democratic ticket. Personality is SQ JD 1J.ZZA\ & ; w
.f Jacksonville, on the famous "Florida Heights;" In one of the most beautiful being cooked, for it was goat, sure going to have so much sway in our . .; r
, and healthful towns in the South; no malaria. enough, and the meat thereof was ex- next election that we are in serious ,
i x., ..141a8-Ten commodious and attractive buildings; Science Hall coating ceedingly fine. danger of losing one or more of our Cement and'' 'COnCrete "r \ Jr
d' 1 J40.000 now In process of erection; a campus of 26 acres, sloping to Lake Viz'assents My previous declaration concerninga' candidates unless a full vote Is polled. ;;. .!!< '
: ;"ginia, which is connected by navigable canals with three other lakes; Whittier correspondent may have Irresolution and inaction''during this Work ( M .'-,". "" '...'..;).t.,.
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t eatalde room for each student; electric-lights; fire protection; quarter of a mil- I II [I created some misunderstanding.: My crisis may .end! in partial: defeat. You \ of7aU .Kinds: } ;:"" :;
. I l IicIo dollar endowment. . article was written pefore'seelng the*lnttst b: im'mind that there are a .1 ":; "'J
: 9' '-"''. lAtbletioss.-Foot! ball base ball basket ball. golf,.tennis bosviing, swim-' one from, Whittier. The Gazette it number 'Republicans, Socialist SIDEWALKS "A 'SPEaALTY4t': "J" r .",.:' ," ';( ,
klnir required gymnastics., Golf links and gymnasium are as fine sa any In the not received at our, office 'until Tues- ahd Populist in your city and fur- .
, St ;: tooSu' Thoroughly Christian but undenominationaljyfc 1,111 spirit and eGIItroL1. and thermtfre Residence Phone 58 P'.
, day evening, my correspondence theywlu toe at the.polls Jo Mabbettytrw\ i 'I.+ f,
-1./ cog asabsa..aarr hap to leare Rosalie on Monday in November''' cast a. full Office Phone 182 4 ..JI 1""' Z '
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"' ' ", 'FRIDAY SEPTEMBER-*7lMt ,
:PAGE, ,4.:' THE: Kll'SSIMMEE''VALLEY GAZETTE. ,

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"' What Sort of Ambition - :'


I kJ THELITTLE ONE ,i, Should a ,Man Have: ,?." : Domesand Investments' ; MIn {


Is safe from all the deadly germ. of, the hoote-fljr while.
I Arthur
An Brisbane Editorial
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''One of'our readers, asked the editor A '''man can no more sail throughlife :.---?

whether he 'thought ambition'worth "without a compass guiding .. ,
t while,.whether a.man ia, not aa well directing_will than..a ship can'sali
"If he remains in the humble place. across the ocean without a needle Kissirnmee ,
faith the future we have
or
Having Implicit in
and station of his birth. pointing in one direction all the time.
We replied the other day to the extent -: You may change your course; '.you made it our home. We have built tip.a business of. which) We feel

of a column in -a collection of may -find as your' abilities develop proud, and trust by honest,Jair dealings to merit a continuanceof

words that ;perhaps suggested to that you must change your plans. a. large portion of the real estate business in this ,sectl n. If"

some t.1Je- Scriptural quotation: "Who But have a plan, and suck to it desire home in the most favored section of Florida for the
a
you
ia this that darkens counsel by it until until 'you make up your mind '
words without knowledKe'l"In that it was wrongfully selected. smallest price that property can be secured, for; we invite you to I

that editorial of generalitiesthere And remember this. No man is call on us.

was not room to be precise as worth his salt .who does not try to We offer Vacant Resident Property Improved City Propetty. .

to what specific character ambition do something that will help others. I Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at
should take on. We shall try to Everything that we enjoy on this
enter more into the detail now. earth--comfort, luxury-we owe to I lowest, prices to be obt.sined.1u . .
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If the man happy "if he remains the ambition of the unselfish, brave ,__.- ;
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in the humble place and station of men that lived here before us. Tryto I I

his birth ?" Our reader asked that be like them, in a Big or a little
w question.A way,' and good luck to you. I 601- An hence!I h'p Lime! I in "I'i np- No.-12!: !>- Large lot on which located
dnl This property| is jusl nuisiilc one. seven-mom and one three-room
:WESTBROOK BABY PROTECTOR man may find in the lonely cot- S C. S S .. h. M S M- W k4- | city limits on hitiji jr'ulilid.( /House house. Large house is lighted with
tage, or the village, or the big city
full N M I is I Iw'/-su/ry and cnhtninx! eiirlil. 1'0'''UI"4. electricity, has toilet and kitchen Sink,
of his birth
street opportunityto
PERTINENT COMMENT.::' all plastered'' and hunt, oil linl.sli./ t I" o small house also hatrsinn and toilet we
all his to do all
develop powers, .. .. 'porches' line well and large barn. will sell this as a whole or separately

ONLY $1.50 and $.200. Can be used any place. wisely the good the that uplifting is in force'that him, to we utilize call .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. This house Is located on. a livo-iicrit This property is well located, will pay
'
tract with beautiful vlew'of tin- city 10\ {per-cent! on investment if rented. .
,c Call and lee them at ambition.AH and lake. Land is adapted to. talc, P rice of both', houses $2OOO. {
Strange .
l proposition however ,
a general ,
fruits I\n.1] trucking. This! Pl'oPP'I.CRn
civilized human be- Monticello News: Strange things '
a cultivated and be had for &:tsoo on very fuvo'nibln No. 434-: Fine tract of 40 acres just
( KISSIMMEE: FURNITURE CO. ing:, like a cultivated and civilized I to. happen-the Times-Union, the terms Will introduce. customer" to short. distance beyond city limits on
and Dixie
Metropolis are all standing
demands occasional trans-
iw, shade tree, in owner and let them deal direct; Shingle Cr'ek'road. Close to splendid
together "bucking" the Jacksonville
rit planting. Man's destiny is to move i high school, churches and market. Price
about the face of the earth! If he people's interests in the telephone -
on No. 463 $4OOO.-A beautiful six- $30.00:! ()() per acre. Terms on part if de
sits in one spot like a tree pr a matter-all pulling in behalfof room cottage, new and up to date, as- sired.
gooseberry bush, he doesn't give himself the big Southern telephone trust. bestos roof, all Modern conveniences,

.. .- .. .- .. a full chance. Dixie slipped a cog here, in our opin bath room, toilet two lavatories, hot N.O. 437:! -We are offering some very
It is good for the country boy togo ion. and cold water cabinet. mai.tel, electric desirable resident lots, located, three

Low Round Rates into the city. It is good for the lights. House furnished complete, including blocks from Court House, on nice high
it: Trip city boy to go into the country-it is Something in the Wood-pile. piano. Nice flowers and shrub- elevation, for $300. Alley in rear of allthese
good for each to study that whichhe Palatka News: There is ah impression bery in yard. Large lot, fronting 147} lots. Cash, or short time. Letus

,. VIAATLANTIC has not seen. I abroad that the Florida feet on Verona street extending bark show vou these lots.
Times-Union is devoting too much
As to the man remaining in the 117 Teet deep. A splendid home, delightful
'of its valued in to No. 301 -An attractive home in Pine-
space an attempt location. Terms can be ar
"stattion of birth, that is impossible.At .
throw dust into the of the"rubes" dale. This property is just outside of
COAST LINE his birth a" human being is little eyes ranged on half of purchase price.
and those who are outside city limits, on high ground. House Im
better than a mass of putty. He is Property must be seen to be app -eciat- ;
almost bald toothless deaf the syndicate making up the partiesat ed. Let us show it to you. two-story and contains eight rooms, all
a poor interest in that water front pur- plastered and hard oil finish, two

tfaw FROM KISSIMMEE and blind little for creature himself., unable From to this do chase for municipal -dock purposes.For No. 309. Splendid new 6-room house, porches, fine well and large barn. This
anything instance the Inter- house is located on a five-acre tract
$41.65-New York and Philadelphia. Sold daily limit Oct. 31 st. "station of birth," that is impossible views for the ,purpose lengthy of showing the lot just contains inside city two limits acres, of fine ground deep, well good with beautifnl view, of the city andslake.

$57.66-Baltimore and Washington. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31 st. dition of absolute helplessness be and advantages and disadvantages of the new barn, wagon and buggy sheds all Land i is adapted to citrus fruits

$50.16-Chicago, !111. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31 st. of uselessness the great, he men may of develop the world.to one Or vails several that sites.the syndicate The impression has already pre under small good truck new garden fence.or poultry Fine locationfor ranch. and had for trucking.$3,300 on This very property favorable can terms.be

I $65.25-Denver, Colo. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31 st. he may stop and pass his life at any picked out the site. Isn't the Times- this is a fine proposition where you will Will introduce customer to owner and]
one of a million intermediate stations Union in the syndicate' ? And if not will have the freedom of the let them deal direct.
r Sold country,
; $96.15-California points. daily limit Oct. 31 st. lie may stop off in his so
whichis why not?, yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages
to speak, at the first station, of the city, such as splendid No. 303-Small farm inside of city
F
w? Joints that of physical development and 444444' 44444444444 high school best markets, churches, limits. This property consist of a five-
Excursion Rates Various Furnished
to
on Application
r ri _____ commonplace life. j* __ 4v etc. l'riceulSOO. _.__,_ _" __ acre tract within a quarter of a mile' of -L-.
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-- STOP DVEFS SttUWED We all feel within ourselves a force | "Let us Tie true to o'ur-home; -ORceota-rtiR'h ttchootr Sma1t"hODire;; "nTTS

stirring vaguely, indefinitely. We .> to our town, to our state, to -!. FIVE: city lots on which is located a four-inch. flowing well land all in cultivatIOn -
: Fast Trains Steel Pullmans Dining Cars want to do something, and that desire > our land: .!- nice new five-room cottage fine view City is building very fast in
-- to do something if it is based on Humble in all success, Unspoiled of the lake, cool breezes. This property this dlrl'etuJlot./ .. will !boon command a
t' honesty, on a sound desire to be use- .8* by our heritage "S" is located close to the proposed good price .if owner should desire at any
/ For reservations or information, call on nearest Atlantic ful to other people in the world, may < grand; 4 electric line, on high level lots. A time, to nub-divide, and sell it for residence -

.Coast Line Ticket Agent, or properly be called ambition. > Yet to the whole wide world > bargain at $1600. I Let us show you this purposes. Price. $1,500.

+, Y. R. BEAZLEY, J. G. KIRKLAND The successful! ambitious human .!. extend the brotherly hand." 4 property.No. No. ;'i(I'J
,P, Traveling Passenger Agent. Div: Passenger Agent being is the one that makes the best -:> Knitgarden and poultry
i' :'J29 -A very desirable I-room proportion. This place contains two'acres
of his
her
Tamp Fla. possible use or
: powers.
44.4..44444 444,94444
it \
block of new (J-room house
located within with
cottage, one'' porches:
The world is full of
'. motion which is improperly a perverted called Osceola county court! house, in best residence in front and one side; fine artesian well
,.,." I section of city. House is new, with pump on porch. Choice locationfor
..- --- -- -- -- ambition. ]I New Bungalow. celled throughout/; ; city water; lot 73x: small truck or poultry farm. The
That perverted\ -...ml>ilion is No. 461-New 5-room bungalow on 1471 fret. Trice $1,250. Let un show land if subdivided' into lots is worth the

ness, the vanity, the baseless seilish-I lot 00x142; feet located within three this cottage. 'price UMkcd. without any improvements. "-
) ism that makes us refuse to do blocks of Broadway, the main business We are offering this property for
i, -r work that we might do street and in one block of Osceola BUSINESS LOCATIONSNo. : $1,550,); terms on part I if desired. The
FREE INFORMATION enough to town IH growing in this direction andproperty
does not seem important I
high school. Price 1400. 122:!-We have in the heart, of the
our vain idea of ourselves.The 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. business section some very desirable will enhance in value very

young girl should be ambitiousin vacant lots which we offer for Hale. rapidly.
,11'-- the future and in the present.As These lots will enhance in value
' .j : > GROWERS : to ber future ambition, she Be Good to Your Eyes. rapidly. These are a safe and profitable very- ORANGE GROVE

.. I may let her mind roam as far as 1>1'. J. C. Davis licensed by State i investment. Price and full information No. 383:! Twenty-live-acre orange/
( \ ) she will. If she wants to think of Optical Board, and who has been in I to interested parties grove: all under good fence. Railroad

br. We make a specialty of giving practical directions for the marrying a king, n- ,marrying the Florida ten years and fitted many of the runs through grove; station adjoining

: " management of soil and crops, including control l of insect and little boy aroun. :.; 1 the corner and making beat people in Kissimmee and other No. 471-A 20-acre( homeThis splen- property; Rood school and church within

: k. 1 If' are a new settler, or if your crops in the I a king 'of himby -ber influence, towns with glasses, is at Park Hotel, did property lies 2. milek north from quarter mile of property. All crops
\ disease troubles. you think that can be grown in Florida do well on
w let her do so. U.he..WAnts to where he..11 test eyes free and sell town, i is practically level, rich dark gray
: a ,j" past have not entirely met ;your expectations' ,, write us In'deta.it. that she will\ combine the powers Of glasses, for a short time. Dr. Davis soil with fine chocolate subsoil; 16 acres this place. If you desire ahome in,

t.H , of your work and IU eurrouadln s, I 11! Rachel, Jenny Lind and Bernhardtthat has cured headache of twelve years cleared and in cultivation, the remainIng Florida write or call onus quick, as this
4 .. : "' preventative for almost won't hurt her standing"with glasses Prices reasonable 4 acres fenced, covered with a good property will not be on the market long \
,: ; yt ..; '.?. < Remember, theta is & remedy: -le; have ambition I 36-2t timber with some scat- at the price named. This property we
of
must an .
'' But she growth pine
."' trouble. The information which we send out Is baed'on! __t '_ of nice are offering for short time for 12600.
a every in the present--a definite am- tering oak; about 11 acres young
)oVer thirty yeaftj practical experience supplemented by the most I Ik bition.right I Modern Up to Date Home. thrifty grove in bearing, besides a number Will sell as a whole or divided into two ..
parts if desired.No .
'careful scientific study. Hundreds of growers are profiting by 1 I She must make up her mind that I No. 464-$3, OO.-New, modern six- of fine Japanese persimmon trees

this service, but we want to reach a still greater number. The she will do what she can to be usefulin room cottage, bath lavatory, hot and some peaches, mulberries and blackberries few bananas. 41.1 Very desirable! vacant lot
i for the house where she lives, and to cold electric lights, beautiful two kinds of grapes a . .
success of the growers is the foundation of prosperity the water, The buildings are comfortable, but not containing, . acres, juSt outside
she
set a good example wherever may. expensive mantels new furniture, nice box city I limits in \Vcsi Kissimmen! good
value consisting or a
{ -entire State of great
House furnished complete ready "
be. rugs. several place to utarl poultry farm or truck
of large rooms; porch
'1- ,f WILSON TOOMHR FERTILIZER CO. I. The young boy should be ambitiousalso. for occupancy. Large lot 83x1474 feet, house outbuildings, such as grain houses, tool llul'dpn.0'\ to churches, and .school.
$ I on which .are twenty full bearing orange and sheds stables, <",<'. One A Imivuin al :}17.:i. fit us show yOU
"V t, Mauufacturers of I And while he dreams occasionallyof |" : trees. Located in three and a wagon artesian well and one surface well. till-i lot..
:deep
I being president of the United "I half blocks of the {jnistoffice, on beau- This land adjoins the finest orange:
IDEAL FERTILIZERS best
in the
+ r States, or making the first good fly- tiful Verona street and let very show grove in the country, growing: on ih,? :No.; 3tl:: l lA JO-acre! tract" )located on
Call us
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. J ing machine, he must have for his neighborhood.this beautiful home. Terms on Hume kind of land. All kinds of crops marl ,road two miles from ambition something simplerand I yoU this land and it Cloud road
present grow encouragingly on property has good
of price if desired.
. purchase
part
more feasible. 24-tf H. M. HRRAKER: & Co. is the prettiest place for a home in this h.>,mi.. and three-acre orange grove in
If his people are poor, the highest sectio i of the country. Ther ambition he can have is to support I line of forest trees on the outside of loot( ) to I 12(10:( ) boxt-s of oranges each

.. I 1-.. '" himself and help them. Fruit and Truck Land. I the fence, with a beautiful palm insideof year.' Suit! c enL land. cleared and In

R .",. If they are making a sacrifice to I We have five and ten acre tracts in the yard, also Home thrifty ,'edartreeH cultivation to increase grove to twelve .

I--'t yc -t.,' I give him an education that will help Liberty Park, the most desirable suburban maples magnolias live oaks and or fifteen' acres. and ut same time can
all of them later, the boy's ambition property on the market, which several other varieties of shade trees IM' yielding any garden truck desired.
should be to do everything in his we are offering for your consideration and ornamental shrubbery and flowers. I f in search of properly that will bring
i work to be worthy of the kindness at prices that are attractive. We will We want to introduce you to the owner results this fall. and .at all] times( while
t\ .u", R. S. FLOYDGrocer and the opportunity they are giving he pleased to show these tracts to pros- of this land and let you buy direct. Youcan ]I extending/ new grove, Investigate this.

., I him. pective purchaser at any time. Do not buy it at a bargain and on favorable This property is convenient to towo, ,

fit( ,. .. Every boy and young man and fail to see this property before purchasing terms of payment.No. has marled road on one side, one end. '
. young woman should have an ambition as it has the advantages of being Price $4,200.: .. "
to understand the public affairsof close in and on the very beet paved 402- Twenty acres located in Park .. \
t i the country, and, if possible, to road in the county, convenient to the Gardens; live' acres in cultivation, ten No. 402-Fine 20-acre orange grove located *
: have some influence upon them. city, school and churches. Five acre acres fenced, fine :2-inch! flowing well. inside city limits, close to school I
The great thing about the Republic tracts $250 and $300. This is conceded to be the best tract in and churches. This property consists

m i ,.,hi,.h ura live. one that' We' tOO 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. Park Gardens, owned by a nonresidentwho of forty acres of land!, twenty acres of 1:1:
; :. M7f often forget, i is tbati i of the power desires to sell. We will furnish which is in bearing orange and rape"I
'.' you with owner's address and you can fruit trees, ten acres additional c ared
the Fruit Land.No.
lies in all of people. Truck and Citrus "
>f ,lp' + Every boy and girl and young man deal directly with him. The price is at- and in cultivation; good five-room cot- 10,
Get our price on should study political affairs 462-Seven and one-naif acres ot tractive and terms can be secured on tage; two deep wells. This is an ex- J
\ elT and woman understand public questions and the beet truck and fruit land in Kis part of purchase price if desired. cellent location;!, where you will have
simmee Park. This land is in proximity the freedom of life with
country
FEED in little or a big way, city
ambitious
be a
HAY".GRAIN .
T make this land, which moneyis to the lake. Call on us and we will No. 458-Ten acres adjoining city advantages. Possession can be secured ....
to help control genuine put you in touch with the owner; you limits, on the Orlando /hard road. Landis on short notice. See this proposition
to a
allowed ,
which we make a specialty now governed. in the interest of can deal direct with him. This prop- cleared, fenced and ready for the before purchasing Price, $9,500; terms '. ,
republic, erty is offered at a great reduction plow. The elevation is high, suitablefor on part.
the people.It from what land in this locality is selling citrus fruits and trucking. This "
is proper that young men and for. will soon be available for res-
... women should have a reasonable desire \a4-tf;! H. M. BREAKER & CO. ident property purposes, as the city Is expanding No: 4UH Ten acre farm located three ,I l!
: "to accumulate money. Povertyis rapidly. A bargain at H200.00. miles from postoffice, under new hog- "';
slavery. proof wire fence, two-room cottage, ',i I
in Aae
Only the greatest genius can do Bargain Twenty No. 459--Five acres inside city, clear- fine artesian well of water, //2HO:!! ) feet

i ,Id.CARSON.. ]. A. CRANTORD." 8. L. LUPFER. real work in the face of poverty, and Twenty acres of land, less than one ed, fenced and plowed, ready for culti- deep between five and six acres clear-
,t' ? 'PnrtUnt, Vlo' -Prf.ld.nt. Secretary *( to do it he must be contented to en- mile trom p \ dure suffering and humiliation. for a subdivision. Can be had for $65 farm on high ground. $1000.00 takes it. the house goes with the place; all for
'''i".. '.. Every young man should have a per acre. R. D. Warms; & Co. 19-tf $1100! ; terms on part of purchase price
good, honest ambition, to make a No. 443-Ten acres located in Park if desired.
k ,; > (' :KISSIMMEE, LUMBER CO. j reasonable fortune, to put himself Splendid Residence Lot Garden all under good new fence, land T S
and those dependent on nim beyondthe I plowed, fine flowing well. All ready to No. 473 -We have .two eight-room
reach of want, beyond the whimsof No 463-Fine, large, vacant corner get on and start a crop without any de- houses, suitable for rooming or board-

some other human being. lot, 80x1471 feet, close to lake. Splen-We lay. We can offer this ten acres with ing purposes; they have electric lights, .
f' But the making of money shouldbe did location good neighborhood. the above improvements for the same water and sewer connections; located ."%
4t Rough and Dressed c.Ji" a secondary ambition. It i is, prop- are offering this cash.large lot H.!at M.the Breaker very price that unimproved land is being sold in splendid resident section. Gallon u. 4'

').:'" erly speaking, not ambition at all- low price of $400 16 tf for in this tract. Our price 100000. and we will show them to you. The
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only a development of the instinct ;: ______--- Terms on part if desired. prices are reasonable, terms easy. "

> : L1NELUMBERwj 8 of selfpreservation.The real thought. of each of us New Houses. -, ,

should dwell on the possibility of doing w. have several desirable new houses H. M. BREAKER & CO
which
entirely new
something under construction which we are offer- t
:} will be of benefit tt.all of the world ing for sale. All of these houses are I

V : . '-..or of doing extremely well something in desirable locations. Secure one of -: Over Osceola Pharmacy :- ,
,: <"HOUSE.'' 'BILLS A SPECIALTY that is necessary. them for next winter at a lower price
. .. : .J own ambition .asked for them later the KlSSI"MEE FLORIDA 1
"'---I....; .........L.-y. ", ,, t Encourage your than will be in ;
', '. definite
1,;' :)Ir' I-: nurse it, and mark out a season.

J,., : )C a aooooouooaaaoaQaaaaX course for it. 2411 H. -Breaker, & Co.
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._FRIDAY 'SEPTEMBER 20, M12. THE 'KISSIMMEE, VALLEY ..GAZETTE.fl : '" :

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.1.1LE.AGU i there' was 'an honorary escort of G.. r
TAXED ___
OFFICERS A. K. veterans. TENT SHOWS .. . . ----:... '. .,' areC1TIZENS'BANKZJT

Mr. Norris had managed the Lake- .r .. ',
view House for the past, eleven ..
INSTALLED SUNDAY months, He had lease of two OUT BY COUNCIL : :; -
a years :: : < : .
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on.-tb.e- hou..and--it-i..not.known-at u,__ .-. -_ .'.. ._.__ :
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present what disposition will be madeof :

; SPECIAL the lease' For the time Julius ., ... ,' ,' [ .
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SERMON '
TO t. .
MEMBERSREV. Hyde, owner of- the_. -property- .-- 'Is.Iq I .. NO SHOW GIVEN THE: SHOWSSTREET I .I"' .. . '-' ".'*.""' '' ..r'1". ; >. I.: /
charge.. .- _.. :::.. -:---' h'Ot '

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"p REV. ,H.. T. GAINES DELIVERS THE NEW HOME OF : 0 \

.i HELPFUL'' TALK TO .MEMBERS P THE TAMPA TRIBUNE. CARNIVALS'"AND C1R. .. '
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}1 ... oIr'HIS CONGRE- The Tampa Tribune has a new CUSES MU'ST PAY SUCH LI. : '
KISSIMMEE
home. Half tone reproductions of WILL PROVEPROHIBITORY.
tJATION CENSE AS :
ON WORK.
the building have been sent out by ... .
f W. F, Stovall, 'ptesident and treas- '. a
: Rev. H, T. Ganies preached a ser- urer of the Tribune Company, one of a.. r ,'
mow to.the members of the Epworth which has reached the Gazette office. lI >
r; League. Sunday evening and at the I:The picture gives an idea of the form They soaked it to the circuses :
4 .close of the service installed the new- and construction of the building, And lammed it to the shows; ', ,
t ly elected officers for the coming which is asserted to'be the "most They piled it on the minstrels I
modern newspaper and commercial
year.
k\ The pastor took occasion to show printing building in the State of goodness knowel!
:. the relation of the League to the Florida." The' building is "unique, Does anybody why the Honorable ?
is of twelve inch Roman Lee wanted to be member of
j! ehurch work, taking the ornate and John a i
in an analytical manner and subject develop upi bond buff brick trimmed in marble, the City Council? t
ing the points of importance and is erected especially\ for news- Nobody knows Then the Gazette r >

to leave no abase of the auxiliary so as paper and commercial printing!:_purposes must make bare the awful secret. Is I I I II

work untouched. While treating the ." anybody listening All right, then; .,
subject in a'' general way }he drove The building will stand for agesa here goes: It's a confession. Every- w F
home the essential monument to the enterprise and body Tikes to hear a confession; this
features in suchan I
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success of the Tribune and its man one slipped out before the chairmanof I! ,
emphatic style that Impression
was left with his a hearers.strong agers, It will be not only a prideto the Finance Committee knew it; y
The officers of the League the publishers but will be an object he forgot himself; he never would I ,
:) asked to come forward at the were of pride to all\ the citizens of Tampa. have made this as a deathbed confession. .'
conclusion
of the sermon and the formal The Gazette extends its congratulations. Such statements are awful
i i' installation was conducted by the . I and solemn and the truth is never VJ
tor, the following being installed pas-: allowed to Interfere with them if the

President, L. G. Flint; first vicepresident truth interferes with the stage set
Alberta Hopson; second CARLOAD ting. That's the reason this confession -
vice-president, Belle Buzza; thirdvicepresident STUDENTS is interesting; in one unguarded -
Helen Jones moment the Honorable John Lee
fourth
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vice-president, Mary Gaines; secretary KISSIMMEEFOR allowed himself to forget himself and :
FROM '
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Earl Couger; treasurer, Nina make public: in a most instant and informal *:
Bratton, junior superintendent, Mrs. manner, on the spur of the
H. T. .Games.FolloWmg moment as it were, the most inner- ;
the installation, Presi- most cleaving motives for wishing to r

,': dent Flint addressed the League as BAPTIST STATE COLLEGEWILL become a member of the City CouncilIt
follows: came out like a ribbon at the

I "The greatest gift a people can meeting of the Council Tuesday even
fellow ing when the body was engaged in
bestow Is
upon a being a 1
r LEAVE THIS CITY NEXT fixing the license taxes for the com- ,, .
i chance, i if he have the ability in him, 4 >
,1\ to do something worth while for the TUESDAY UNDER CHAPER- ing year. + -,
1, common good. Therefore, I wish to City Attorney P. A. VansAgnewheld '
thank the members of the League for QNAGE OF PREST. OF the scroll and asked the pleasure ORGANIZED APRIL 2, IfllO ,

the confidence they have placed in TRUSTEES CARSON.A of the Councilmen as the various I I,
;, me by putting me at the head of the items were reached. When he came I
League work of this church, and with to "Street carnivals, circuses; theatrical ,'., u
the help of Jesus I shall endeavor sot carload of students will lease or vaudeville or minstrel showsIn I ',, ''
discharge may duties that their Kissimmee next Tuesday to enter a tent," the Honorable John Lee To entrust your banking busmen r a

confidence may not have been mis- Columbia College, the Baptist insti- pounced upon it with vim and deter- .
placed. And I pray that God may tution located at Lake City. mination. He biffed and swatted that to us means that you will receive 1

bless our labors through the coming 1l..jI2.ba .J.y"jv..iJLbe..J. first instance -, ...i.t&m..hear.| it l lf tho plti-hcr'a KnnrU ; -- aid
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year. in the history of Florida thata he instantly, and with malice aforethought -' I every consideration consistent with' '
'. "Our League may seem small and car has been filled with students lambasted it. Five hundred :. \.,, t
insignificant, and our opportunities : from one town to enter a single in- dollars for each tent," he announced, good sound conservative banking. ; ' t '

.. for doing good very much limited, stitution. The enterprise is due to conclusively.
but it is not so.' The field is wide the ceaseless interest and work in "Their's was not to reason why; '
and the opportunities multiplied for behalf of Columbia by Hon. C. A. Their's was but to do and die." \ -.
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accomplishing a great and lasting. Carson, president of the Board of I In vain was there suggestion that ',r.,
good. Trustees of the college.Mr. the proposed license tax was e!ees-

"Our beautiful city is only in its Carson has made all arrange sive, Councilman Lee was determined, ARTHUR L.:: OONEGAIN, !President W.. A. SMITH, Cashier; ,
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youth. It is just entering upon an ments for the car, which will be at- and then came the confession: "Gen .. i
era of extended growth and pros- tractively decorated with flags and tlemen," said he, "I prayed to get on + n.
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been this Council for this I I / + '
perity. Its future success depends banners. The legends have not just purpose. Directors:
the character of selected l yet, but the information will want to see a license tax of $500 a ,, '
largely
very those who shall upon mold its public opinIons be conveyed to the towns through tent placed on all these tent shows. I ARTHUR. E. DONEGAN, President H. M. Pf.nn, lit Vice President .:- .J a "..

and formulate its and which the car passes that the car That was final and decisive. The '
/a policies; C. W. DANN god Vice President k .
,
members knew that the chair- J1
the Epworth League of the Methodist comes from Kissimmee and is bound other
church, collectively and through its for the Lake City college. Before man of. the Finance Committee was : A. W. WINN L. H. COHOON F. W. HILL c. D. CA ; t

individual members, if it live up to leaving the car will be photographedand in deadly earnest and they didn't an- .: OLL't 1
him. So this is the schedule I -- - .
its God-given opportunities, will cut from the photo will appear in tagonize \ > ,F ,t 1\\
stand right in the foremost of those the next issue of the Valley Gazette. adopted: "'
."- who shall help form the public opinions The party will be under the chaper- Street carnival shows, (each tent), Vans Agnew & Crawford, Attorneys, pass upon the, title to all real estate loaas. I.: ,'4.;

and policies that shall govern onage of Mr. and Mrs. Carson, and $500.00. 4 f > :. 'ri
our fair city, and so make a lasting in addition to them will be composedas Circuses, $1,500.00.Theatrical /41 1

: and indelible impression for God and follows: Miss Elizabeth Carson, or vaudeville or minstrel ..,
f. righteusness.: o Miss Nancy Call' Bryan, Miss Kate shows in a tent, except regular opera --- -- ...

"Now a word to the members of O'Berry, Miss Kathleen Peacock, houses, $500. H+oC
the church: The League is your Miss Corinne Gilbert. Miss Ella Mae Other occupational and license . i
; .' league. It is a part of the church}; Gilbert, Miss Corrie Miller, Miss taxes were fixed at fifty per cent of GO TO ". .. '... ..,",'" .,../' ... ,
it is one .of the mighty arms of the Ethel Lee Sadler, Miss Angie Makinson the amount required by the State 'WILDER'S STUDIOand ;" 1";...1. : ,{;(

church, reaching out into the great Miss Mamie Stratton, Miss Bessie law. 1 1 J/' .0. ',' I' golden and gathering Guy, Miss Edith Lohr, Mr. see what a fine photographyou "" ; ,{' >))1.\\ !.!k: \ ,'fl

in thespreciousfgrsdin..- It can Roy Geiger, Mr. Jim Miller, can get; they never fail I to . ABSTRACTSOF\ ". ,H"('". .,'t ,,I,t.".1 1t' ...'..... .'' .
100 Acres. '
do its best qnly as the church givesit Mr. Roy Bass, Mr. Emery please you.Metal. : : .. '.
moral support and backing. What Malcolm Overstreet; and Mr. Hollo- PM itrrrl
of which is in the
100 portion
: fullest Miss Inez Carson, who )has I acres a '
it must have to give expression way.
to its activities, and what it been at Monteagle, will also be among city payments.limits at R.$50 D.per Waring acre and& Co.on easy 19-t .. TITLE
it needs most at the present time; the students entering from Kissimmee. -

church to grant, at the '
earliest date possible, Is a new church Miss Nancy Call Bryan, a memberof Your Eye on "Pinecrest. \'to b :,y
Keep
building adequate to its needs; a the party is a member of the college Shingles ,.'.
building that will not handicap it in faculty, going to take the French "' Watch the sale of Iota in this new l
its efforts; a building that Will give and English chair. She is a graduate resident sub-division. "PINECREST," $3 50 and up. Lands in Osceola County

expression to its religious ideals and of Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga. which has only been on the market a ROOFING. ...
fl aspirations. The church building is Mr. Roy Geiger also goes to takea few days,with the record of SIXTEENlots TIN AND IRON I: '
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the center from which all the activities place in the college faculty, having sold the first TWO 'days. PLUMBING SUPPLIES Furnished by _
1 of the church radiate. If the been elected to the chair of philos- These lots are on a high elevation,
building is inadequate to the needs of ophy. Mr. Geiger received his training affording a splendid view of the city, Write me before placing R. G.
the church, the usefulness of the at Wake Forest and Stetson, and are offered for the next thirty daysat your order. ; JOHNSTONCLERK .
\' church is thereby impaired and limit- holding an' A. M. degree from the prices ranging from $70 to 9100< on

ed. So we beg for a speedy building latter.It very easy terms of payment. K. R. L A U I OF CIRCUIT COURT : r:
", of the new church. is possible that there will be Secure one or two ot these desirE ble 1626 Franklin Street
"Once more I wish to thank the others to join the party between now lots before the price is advanced, build I ---- -'
.- League for the honor it has bestowed arid Tuesday. The car will be you a home and stop paying rent. See TAMPA FLORIDA L.

upon me. Once more I wish to appeal switched from the Coast Line tracks us regarding price and terms. I Prices of Abstracts are Governed by Statutes of
to every member to stand loyally at Palatka to the tracks of the Georgia 36-tf H. BREAKER & Co. u'-4t
and faithfully by thetrust that I Southern and Florida road and the State of Florida

God has given you, and with Jehovah I will travel over the tracks of that ,

a/i Our leader, the Creator of the line to Lake City. The party will For Sale. I tI
.' Universe, the Ruler of Nations, who I leave Kissimmee at 1:00: o'clock in I toI
C. Buckleshas
builds and breaks down governments the afternoon. I ,
up and holds the wealth of the I Columbia College opens Wednesdayof Splendid team of mares, I 5) and 6 :_ : k

V world in His hand; and Christ His next week, September 25. The,Kis years old, well broke kind and gentle; I' f
also and double harness. Enquire
Son, who died that we might live, as I simmee party will reach destinationthe wagon --
our example, let us push onward, and evening of the day previous.The of Nelson Realty Company,25-tf JohnH. Best Paying Property '
Payn.
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outward, and upward to wider fields opening exercises are expected in Florida George N. Saunderit '

and higher levels, where the view is minister .. ), '
lees obstructed, and the atmosphereis FOR RENT signs for sale at this 'FOR SALE :
clearer and more invigorating and denomination.. Hon. Park Trammell, office, 10 cents each. BOAT BUILDER'' ,,
inspiring. Then shall we be a power the next Governor of Florida, and ?

}t for good, and fulfill the purpose of lion. C. A. Carson of Kissimmee, ORANGE GROVES AND Agent for"Ferro"aad"EagU"Ep.es
\' are on the program for speeches. f
', : our organization. I LANDS ADAPTED TO --MM*.. natal ........flit riflmiitir. .--.
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------ HORSES AND MULES.St. : LOUIS A. SEARSON KISSIMMEE '
. Death of William Frye j _GROWING ORANGESThere r.r a"e".r r"araa.n.KO.a.W... FLORID<
of ij ,' .
William Frye died Thursday '
Paul Neb. 11 1912. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT -------------- .
last week at his home in 4>ynn, Mass. Sept U less of this character titFAVORIft
He was the father of Mrs. F A. Lincoln Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla. AUDITOR : of !land on the market
Kear Sirs Please notice in
o >! of Kissimmee In, and the had winter.intended He your paper that:- I. will put be in Kissimmee today than any other, and ina ffRTlLllUlS.-'L.-

visiting 80 this city of age and until recently with a load of horses and mules Commercial and Muiicipal Accounting few years there will not bean ; i
cry was years about September 21st. All in good
had always enjoyed the best of acre of real orange land
health. The deceased is survived by condition and well broke. I Incorporated Accountant of the in this State that can be '
five children. Besides Mrs. Lincoln Respectfully yours, International Accountants ARE THE RESULT: PRODUCING' KIND
I bought at enour-
except an
i W. McCRACKEN.
39-lt J.
r they are Mrs. Mary Seely, of Los ; Society, Detroit. mow f f1lre. They are as good: as C&l'efnluperylelon and honest : ..

Angeles; Mrs Susan Nelson, of Chelsea I -- .- .- methods can make them. Special formula for t
Close-In Resident Lots.
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S Mass.; Edward' Frye, of Washington Two desirable, close-in resident P. 0 Ml 377 Mill Office: CITRUS FRUITS 1 POTATOES, TOMATOES;

. Mass. .and Charles Frye, of Lynn, lots very, one of. which is a corner I I IISSINNEE, rU ILUIDALE, S. c.Iillo C. BUCKELS MELONS, CELERY! BIdU.'ISSTltAWB.roRRIES! and all track crops. LETTUCE l f' '

Jot. These lots are on the water,
'I. sewer and electric light lines. Located \ The Fruit Land Man WRITS FOR, BOOKLVT t l. .1

,x '" William Death Norris of William, manager Norris of the three and one half blocks from' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER4 COMPANY : 1 f., ''"Y'ry'I"' ,
Broadway, and two blocks from ,
1:41 Monday
died at -
Lakeview House, Osceola High) School. Just the place I JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA ,
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-brief illness.
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: after
t' ; afternoon,- a for a fine home. We are offering' J, .I.. LEI Aavnt: ...... .. ..
of ::.
The deceased was 97 years age, !: . u. "
t ... Kissimmee seventeen these lots for a short time at a very da Grower | .k. ,
'_' ,Jletcam.- to
from .Findlay, 0., where low\ price and on easy terms. Call .
months '
ago
and will\ show' them to
we you GBflYSTOHE TdlLOR SHOP
He
he'rwa.!; born February 16, 1845. 89tf H. M. BREAKER trurkonaiMl frnlt,,_en..For M :
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.was twice married and is survived by IFor..who want to know about rlor- ,
i
g second wife, who was in Ohio at v. Weedy flee par .,..., mOD o 4, f1.Y,
A the< I. .' $eab Lao for atCDlMU. *trial B| LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS / .' \ I '_
had 'I
I time of his death. He nochildren. Layman's Meeting. I .
.ubacripMoD.' aoaav-nrteM.t7ae. "It' 1'l
.. .' He was a member of the Our next service will be held in the I Made to Order Ga'IE I.t.I : : l > qlJ '
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F Tinmty-flrst Ohio regiment during Methodist church Sunday afternoonat THE FLORIDA thROWER j ; j---: "
the war,. and when his remains were 8 o'clock, led by Brother Penell.\ .00 PtorM Av >:.. Tarp.P4.t also J : .\J Y1
y taken .tA. one o'clock. .All .men and, beys cordially invited. .. ; '
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p .Tuesday' ,. :;,. 11, NELSON ch trma deamuaf Neatly, .e l !' .... t
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: .(LESSON J IN A PICTURE. THE LEGISLAT'URESHOULD i ..t o'U : {t
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette .. ., .
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... NOT ACCEPT JACKSONVILLE-
POLITICO : :TRITE AND TRUTHFUL O
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'The'pholbgrapher/ has "* 'place in the' life'of the nation that could not BOARD OF TRADE MONEY. l- : q '- -5 -..' .

i. .-W.-ft., HARRIS.Publisher., be filled th.r -Picture form balf-of-the-matter _. .. ___ 0" ,(By'Old Proverb.) O <
REESE. .' ..*. y' Editor. ; at,$M day,, ,.ny- agency.- The BartowCourierInformant-has] 0 ---:- -. .
J. H.
+ and nine-tenth of the ;''merit of the modern magazine. Picture have made this pertinent editorial addressed to New'York Times (Ind.) : The Taft ;;;.ut O o.o ... .f :

I PUBLISHED EVERY, FRIDAY much reading The tmpretiiom 'of the' picture remains'when the the Gentlemen Legislature: Editor. Joe .Hugh' ,Republicans and the' Roosevelt Progressives '.
unnecessary.p ;I share between "them 0 '
x Office (in :Valley.. Casette-BuUding: text ha been forgotWn.' Reese_ofthe. Kissimmee Gazette ad*., I disappointments may of the-voting.in Men pray for J>eace. and- cling.;,. 1Jlsslon. 1-_
KISSIMMEE OSCEOLA COUNTY, dressed a long. communication .
'
FLORIDA., A photograph which appeared in a recent number of Leslie' Weeklytqnveys through the columns of that paper Vermont enough.and For for the them Democrats they'.are bitter the All mortal, theories make friends. '

'. an idea and create a thought that many column of reading matter last week, to the Governor and members i I figure justifynot. merely the hope with sin, sickness and death.
RATES-- of the Internal Improvement But the mind of the Spirit is life '1
firm :
SUBSCRIPTION but the belief and full confidencethat
,
N on the same subject have failed to lodge with the people. i ,
Board in which he i' and
Very
gave some peace.
Gov. Willson will be 'elected
.one _______..._1.50 ., .
copy ,one year human mistiikfcfl
'.1" :_On. copy, aix mnoths ______u_ ,75 The picture i il a photograph of the Houseof Representatives in session future wholesome advice in regard to the; president in November. The vote Love alone can the right for the-
of the and way
I One copy, three months -:_____. .40 during the last days of the Congress just adjourned. The picture is I belled: operations management in the Everglades.drainage Fol- was larger to than register it isthe in the wont September of Vermonters I wrohg-doer\ open to'return to hit own . ,..

All communications; except from "A Mere Handful of Men Making Laws for the Nation. Let the People lowing a good example we address election. That was expected, for this( j rightful place. '
our authorized correspondents, must Rule." this communication to you in the hope is the first time in half a century: or He who holds office in the service
t : be signed by the writer. that the suggestion herein containedwill I more that the state has been enlivened of the Master has resting on him a
/ The photograph shows (fewer than fifty Representatives in their\ 'seats. prompt you to save your august and stirred, up by a real contest. "solemn obligation to look for spiritual -
fi Rejected matter .will not be returned body and your State from a stain good, and it alone .
unless called for. The sub-title says: that is about to be cast upon you and New York Herald, (Ind) : "The No mathematician's figures willever

I" If' Entered at the Postofllce in Kisaimrnee x-lri"I "Dreary array of( empty seats in the National' House of Representative .it.First. As I'I Dull Moose leaders held out Vermontas harmonize. until all. error is

.{": matter, Fla., as' second-class mail during the closing hours of the late session of Congress. So many. bf the ized and are soon ready as you for have work organ after I rather the true than barometer Maine. They state this cited year the, eliminated.lie who would make his efforts constructive

/ ----- members had left the capital for their distant homes thVt no quorum re- assembling in extra session on the fact that the Maine Republicans were instead of destructive and
first of October let first act be ': would his motives, words and
I>: FRIDAY, SEPT.? 20, 1912. mained and a demand (for a quorum would have blocked all business and to' formally repudiate your the bargain I considerable united on state schism issues existed, while in a very Vermont deeds fhriHthke.keep needs much humility

even prevented final adjournment." made between the Governor and the' The barometer has' registered, and honesty in his judg.ents.

F EVERY MAN WHO VOTED IN THE Months ago. when he was solicited to make speeches in the interest of Jacksonville Board of Trade by | but gives cold comfort to the third i i At one time a monopoly of the
DEMOCRATIC which the expenses of the session are term aspirant and his following temple:, was held by the infamqus
PRIMARIES IS Ins. candidacy for the presidential nomination. Speaker Champ Clark said : to be paid by that body. You are the I I Taking Vermont as a fair (criterion, I A nnlOs and his sons who farmed out J'

J PLEDGED TO VOTE THIS "Absenteeism is the besetting sin of Congress; I shall remain at Washington representatives of a free people gentlemen -! it may safely be predicted that the sanctuary privileges to conscienceless (
and cannot enter tie who lived the
TICKET AT THE paid Bull Moose will be a poor third in robbers on fat
GENERAL and do all I can to keep a quorum.: service of'anyone else on earth the race throughout the country and of the land.

> :V, ELECTION IN NOVEMBER. Everybody applauded the Speaker for his honest decision. Oscar Un- without degradation to yourselvesand that his vote will come wholly from Some ambitious men seek notorietyby
t J humiliation to them. The Gov- the ranks of disgruntled Republicans, obtaining position in the church
F derwood refused to leave hi* post when he might have helped his cause by ernor is so wedded to the system of except for a small sprinkling of !socialists trying to marry their worldly policiesto
r : Democratic Ticket hiring out the state convicts that he ." divine truth, manipulating the mes-
responding to the demand to make speeches in the field. He did his duty has
perhaps come to think that he HUKB of Him who spake as never man.
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and will reap his reward. I haste right to hire out the Legislature New York Press, (I Rep) : "What (spake to pbtain praise of men.

{' K'.r I'mUrmt of the I ailed '"..,.... It is high time (for the people to demand the attention of their this of the State; for in its last analysis Roosevelt shows, with the collapse of I Where controversy lives love, the
woormow WILSON. entire transaction is nothingmore his third-term party in Vermont, is very essence of Christianity dies.
( for Irr-FmildrBt, representatives to the public business. Of the Florida delegation there were nor less than that.'Assert that he cannot get enough votes in Truth is a living principle defies

ff (. TH08 R. MARSHAL.. only two who remained until the end of the session. There is no excuse for and make your the manhood gentlemen Republican territory to do himself boundaries as it must have room for
necessary appropriation any good. And i if he cannot get perpetual growth.
.: .... ...
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t for l Klrrtorc, not remaining except sickness. Every man of them who failed to slay at his for your own expenses, as we them in Republican territory, how "0 love thy sovereign aid impart
.
J.JEFFERSON FRED DB }n HERUY BROWN. post should be made to answer fpr that failure. I are sure you will) and save your peo- can anybody expect him to get themin To save me from low thoughted
lefrom the humiliation
CHARLES MM seeing Democratic His
E. JON territory. man- care;
1 WIL .IAM CHIPUBY JONES 4. : their chosen representatives the paid agers have been declaring he would Chase this self-will through( all my
L.EIANU: .
.. H. l'. SPARKMAN.: j HENDERSON WILL THE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES HELP employees of anybody else than the get more votes than the Republicansand heart, '

ik (.............. ...... ml L....., sovereign people of Florida. Democrats put together. But in Through all its latent mazes there.!
Vermont his party is able to count Make me the dutious child that )I
My Widespread Indebtedness
CLAUDE L'KNOLEfrrm A news article published in the Valley Gazette recently showed that the Iowa Tenn. to Cousin Cal. only a small fraction of the whole ceaseless may Abba Father cry."
t:.. ..... ......* nUlrlrltFRANK my vote cast. And nobody can doubt
..... CLARK Atlantic Coast Line railroad receives an annual revenue from the Kissimmee 111. Pa. it as soon as I Kan. that Roosevelt vote that there
Del !. every An describes wedding
Johnsing (Co ) I owe for the exchange a
t i Z I 0........ station of four hundred thousand dollars and that the Southern Express Wash is in the state of Vermont was put and then announces that "after the

Company receives an annual revenue of seventy-five thousand dollars. And Mo. to the cook, Miss Anne! in the ballot box" ceremony the bride and groom departed -
..... for different points, north." It
,. These figures were printed in .connection with the fact that a committee Ohio high do the prices 'fly! Former Governor Joseph W. Folk, Is to be hoped that they will yet get
of will
Missouri Gov. Wilson
Lk .... l'Irlo..r of AttrlcnKumW of( the Board of Trade had requested these transportation companies to con- And interest has Ariz. Iowa, Kansas says Michigan Nebraska together for a honeymoon.-Miami
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And I can't be Ga. for the bills I carry Metropolis Which reminds us that
__ ___._ ___ A. McRAKK ,
,y tribute to a fund for an exhibit at the Chicago land show. must Pa. and Indiana. But he wisely the Metropolis observes that "Mrs.
K.. advises Democrats not to be '
Y y r Html. C. I.TtMiirrriJ UNINU.K So (far neither of these companies has even made reply to that request 0, La. but'tis sad, I Wis I confident and to keep at work.over-lie potter Palmer has become" in part a'
resident of this section What part
.r AtlomrT l.r.rraliTIIOMAK It is not just to condemn them hastily but in any event common courtesy It I could find a man I could Conn. says he will campaign in the Eastern please ?
States in October for the National
w F. WEST demands that a reply of some character be made. The committee cannotgo I'd Pa. the family Md. ticket. ----
r a ;.. For State <'..'ro...... But I've tried the loan agents over True patriotism isn't brutal noise.
W. V KNOTT. before the County Commissioners and ask them for an appropriation before and Ore. o ___ .

.. And I with cold N. C. SUBURBAN NOTKS; No woman says no twice without .
}, f 11' Mlle Mav.rl.trBdeBt ..r l-ul.llc it is known whether these transportation companies are going to help meet a meaning yes at )least once.

as. ". W.Ia.lrae/lo.N. HHEATHKor with this enterprise. Other subscriptions are in a measure to be gauged by 0, Iowa Tenn, that I never Kan Pa.' Also for broilers, fryers, roasters

. the action of the railroad and express companiea. It would be unjust also And the Va. friend wants must go bakers tireless cookers, steamers The philosophy that is nearer to
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H. < ( .1... by and stewers. the heart than the mind seem! the
R E. HOKK to infer that the delay in answering these requests is deliberate with the ideain 111. never;Mo. Pa. the Maine Mass of stronger(

c a I For A..J..... .........> view that the exhibit will be made whether the transportation companies my debts, To insure having a dry cellar build
1. ,, ,I\ J. CLIFFORD R KOHTBR But Ala man Kan do is (t) R. I.Augulltln I. '! it in the attic A woman who talks never stops to
help with it or not. We will not indulge in unjust imputations a but we will W. Breeden in Lippmcott'a. j I find out if she has a good conversationalist -

to these that their failure this section This is the Reason for broilers. i for a husband.
: County Democratic Ticket suggest companies to reply may. keep

f rom being represented at the Chicago event and:! if this should be the result -. ---- -- - -- ----- -- -- -

t, '\.. "..... ,......... ol their indifference they will be more hurt than any single interest.

: ARTHUR E. DONKOAN, The work undertaken by the Board of Trade is all for the common

t '.t: .i\'LAY: ..........STANFORD........... good. It is a travesty upon things as they should bd'that the men who give .

Y t their time. most generously to this work are those who have the least to gain
c..y J.4da1
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;j 4 ;. '1;'. M. y4URPRY.y .jy it. There is no interest which should more heartily help such movements JUST A FEW

''If y! 1. ..P._..... AU....... s than the transportation companies; they the, the first to realize the benefits
,.I I ti' .r H. D..QEIQER!: ,'
s., :! .: \ and are the most"constant sharers 4n' the business that follow.
} :\ "r,..61 ,t Sheriff! '". '. -,-4-. of the thousands of useful articles for both-grown.people .
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I"' I :;i.. ..- Clerk ,.;" ;..,., I" "THE INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM. \ and children that are on sale in the ;
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( r n 1.. C. L. BANDY rl.h' .' There is some agitation concerning the initiative and referendum. 5&100ENT'DEPARTMENT

+ r !. Tax. A_.ori There is very little cause to become dgitated about that. If a person believes
W I BARBER.
J ....-.......rat .f l........ 1.,1';.., in the rule of the people he must of necessity believe in the initiative and

' J -1 W J. SEA US eferendum. This refers, of course to the sincerity of( his (faith ; it does not

., T.......... refer to the discretion which he may feel called upon to exercise as to the ,
S. U LUPFERH..r..yo. THIRD FLOOR
,. .. needs of the hour; .the exigencies of the situation( as it were. -

R. H. L.UDL.AM The Gazette sees no crying need for the initiative and the referendum in 'OFDANINTS :-
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;'t COUMFV (''UMMINMI/NKlt: M. Florida ; if the people want it and know they want it, why let them have it. DEPARTMENT STORE

e ,: DI.et/ No 1-K. [1. RKIKY| This is in the way of making provision for (the (future To those fervent gentlemen -
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Dlatrlct
No. -RAYMOND LANIHK
I p .trct No J-A. K. BAMS who think that this will be a remedy for many of the ills that afflict*
District No. 4.-- UUtHct; No. 6.-PRANK WALKI we would suggest that the exercise of these rights might be subverted justas
I Game several varieties) _ _ _.U5c i '4 hild'H Muslin Drawers (2 lo 12) lOc
easily by pernicious influences as some of( the rights that we have already
} COUNTY N< 11001. 110 4 II l>, ______ __ __ _-Olc I (hair _
, I I Tea Towel, 26x12 I Seat (large! or small) lOc I II
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District No 1.-w. O. JIAHS Furthermore, it does not appear that the resolution was regularly p ssed.
Dlatr..t No. *.- EOHUU: oviouI Handsome Glass Tumble .- ..05c I Pr. Men's Fancy Sox l We( I
(
r HTREET.I' There was some doubt about it; so much of a doubt was there that the I
(! District No. J.-\v. w ('IJANfL" 1 Baby's Bibb __ ____ __ ___ __ -05c I Man's Necktie --Pp u _ _ lOc
Secretary of State had to ask for an opinion from the Attorney General; I
( '-C-- - - -- 1 Barrette ___ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _.05c I Large Glass; Duller Dish _ _ lOc
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that official held that the Secretary of State should submit the question to
6 The Pensacola News has announced I Ladies' Linen Handkerchief_ _.05c i I Child's Patent Belt _ . __ __lOc
:-. that it the voters. An expression will do no harm but we should remember that
will begin the publication of I Mirror _____ __ ____ ___ ____ _.05c 'I' I Ib Candy (guaranteed pure.10c
t. a Siftidsy issue to begin with the all things nhould be done decently and in order. There's a technical objection -
,v 1 Patent Spinning Top ___ _, ___ _05c I Towel, ((18x38)) --- - -- __. __lOc I
{ issue
of October twentieth. The Gazette to the submission of the proposed amendment, and we believe that this '
t extends its 1 Ladies' Linen Collar _.. ._ __ _05c I Yd. Lace Handing (4 inches) _ lOc
congratulations to question will defeat it. There are many who are so hard headed that they .. '
r Editor erbert< Felkel and his associates 1 Glass Sauce Dish ____ __ __ ___.05c I Pr. Menu Suspenders _ _ _ _10e :
will refuse to lake any chances.
,,' on this spirit of enterprise 00- I Book __nuu.__ __ __ __ ..05(' I Box paper with 24 envelopes..lOc

r ., ,,and hopes the venture will be sueeessfuL 1 Whistle __ __ --u__ _- ----u__.05c ''I I Dretwer Scarf __ _ __ __ __ ___ lOc
The News will POST LIGHTS FOR BROADWAY.Now .
afternoon be the first 1 Ball _____ __________________ _05c it i I I Baby Cap - - - - --_ __--_lOc
in Florida
paper to have .
a ,Sunday edition. There is aji opportunity that the report of the auditor has established the fact that the 1 Horn _______ __________ ______.05c I Child's Knit Vent (2 to 6) _ __lOc

to make such a publication a electric plant is a paying investment, even when the city pays nothing for 1 Doll large' assortment ________05c I I Child's Hone Supporters __ __Ilk

'Treat success and .it is predicted that the lighting of the streets and public buildings, it is well enough to suggest 1 Doll's suit ___ ______ ______ --_-05c I I Boy's Riding Whip - -_ __ __ilk .

the'News will be filled with interest. a better system for lighting Broadway.The I Child's Bucket and Spade __ _.05(' I Large Giant t Dish _ -- _- __._ _lOc
ins features in addition
; to the regular -
d news matter. Editor Felkel has 'Great White Way" idea is being followed in many cities and some and

the newspaper idea well developed of the smaller towns. The system is a good one. and it might be adopted
;
,t .- more,properly it should be designated economically with pleasing effects. THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF LACE AT 2 AND .1 CENTS A YARDThe

'.. ',u.. "newspaper sense." He will The parkway in Broadway offers an. artistic setting for a system of post --- -- - -- ,.

V. giv.'the'people of his territory a lights or electroliers. It would be interesting, in any event, for the City

,readable, publication if they, in turn at which goods are sold in the 5 &. 10 Cent
f glue blm.,.the right kind of encuorage- Council to investigate the cost of installing such a system. The criticism' has prices Department has been a rev-
> elation to the people of this city, and from early morning until the store ..
d "' ment been made that the principal business street of the town is not as brilliantly closes the departmentis
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:: ., ? .... : lighted as it should be. We believe it will be agreed that this criticism is crowded with customers but new goods are arriving on every train, and the management is
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: / .It. to gives make the note Gazette of'the genuine evidence pleas'ur. of- warranted. The suggestion is passed on to the Council for consideration. determined that every article usually found in 5 & 10 cent stores will be on sale.

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prosperity of Florida newspapers. --

'\ The latest Item:to be chronicled if the ; REMEMBER: NO ARTICEE ON SALE IN THIS DEPARTMENT FOR MORE THAN 10 CENTS
FIELD DAY FOR DEMOCRACY.
pnrchoM of a Hoe press, costing 11. :
t. 000,. capacity 20,000 papers an hour, --- tt
:by the Miami Metropolis. The Metropolis -MlfiDAMN'S -
say ,it is ahead of 0 the ,town !. The State Executive Committee has made up an itinerary which is to be h

e': 'in'which it is' published,:but we have followed by speaker for the Democratic oause in covering the State before
doubt about that. Miami is '
i ''serious not i far behind the:Metropolis' but the election in November '

.:" ._ realization; on the part of the Me- The Osceola County Campaign Committee has made a tentative itinerary DEPARTMENT STORE: 1
: & ; Miami will appreciateit ,
'tropolis'that* enterprise U enough to call forth ,, to cover the county. The speaker to be sent out by the State Committee

:unstinted'conftnendatlon .and heartycongratulations. scheduled. to Appear in ,Kissimmee.Tuesday. October fifteenth. That day

eo" i'.i-il''' .0 The the prosperity of should! IM made a banner day'for the party in Osceola> county. A barbecue .. : )
t the mean* ,prosperity -
f. 1,. '!!.. .. :ot.ibe newspaper people; so, when.th..n..paper. i is*t'an:::old fiehioasdbui, ,*atuccesful.;; means of drawing a crowd; Why}not '1

'' 0* "" '''t.'.. good one it is simply a reflection" have. .* b.rbecuein'Kasummee, .and 'make it."an':all daV affair. >:;*" ,. !\. "::1.',
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: SEPTEMBER 20, 1912. THE 1 KISSIMMEE VALLEY; GAZETTE. _( "Alaa_ .t_"-



t. T The ssIn eem 'Valley GazetteTKUKPHOMB 'T Rub, :,,My-Tlsm. ,will cure-).01&.0, U..1ttI I AUDITOR -tARSON; : e8ooo. +oea6Poeooe- .ooe'. mee south to The.Melbourne connection,will from.enable Kissim automobiles I I DR.: .hOLT,'. PLEAStD" ,. ";:1,.' 'to,, ,,'I" ; U

; .. h0./1, \ 1 1 Ladies' and 'misses" 'white' hosieryat 0 TilE VALLEY GAZETTE to tour the'State over differ- ; \. '!";/>"

F: H. Lawson's. s' 89 It DID GOOD WORK 0. IN FAR AWAY ,INDIA. ent routes and especially enable East .fI. 'M' fA'Of'I u:. ;." ( :

.. "PUBLISHED.... : EVERY FRIDAY,.I. .An- 8roonvhouse .th'W- -lota,1 ,...-. ..---.......-:--'----- ..... -- .. ,-.- ...-- -.. --- .. Coast-tourists-'se the; interior of , :! \ k e x
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- .-:'- .-. --- ';;;"B ';;';' lot be ,1 a The old'proverb about the : the State, and'enabl. those who'noI ..---: 14' 'wJJi!
one on street .
paved boughtfrom
W... BMii/'tre19.. McKay Realty Co., can for $1,500 COUNCIL 'PASSES RESOLUTION far reaching influence of the I side or pass the winters, in the in- KISSIMMEE MINISTER: :A' !' !(
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' - -- < printed! page finds frequent + terior to go to Palm. Beach and Miami "
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& > : COMPLIMENTARY TO LOUIS 0 testimonial. !!1 The most recent 0 without, ping,up and around by IN REVIVAL: HEETlN.ct .;

-. .- ''Mrs; 'Hennie ''Llrhtaey"of' Burtow. ,d A'SEARSO 0 evidence of this character'0O Jacksonville. on I Day tons,. WITH ,;'SUCCESS,<; If r,9

._ visited her son,- H. C. Lightsey an4family comes InHhe form of a letter ': \\
Weather Report last week at their, pleasant ..--' 0 from E. S.Reep., who lives at A''', FrsnkvClsrk Story! ---

+ lakeside, horns .on Milliard's' island. Council has' received'the report of P Singu via Sal Upper Burma, Representative Frank Clark of Dr. A. 'J. Holt who has 'been la' fi,
Auditor Louis A. Searson 0 India. The letter-is addressed Florida, pursuer of the Evergladesfraud. Ft. Mead the past week. assisting; {y"
Following are the dally temperatures lilt A. C. Chapman and daughter, who Special was employed 'to conduct an, 0 to S. B. Aultman,' Of Kiaima ., had a lively' campaign for the pastor of.the Baptist church in: a'y'
and precipitation. Ruby, from Shingler, Ga. are""visit audit-of-the books and accounts of 4 mae Mr. Aultman i.agent, nomination last Spring. He stumpedhis series of revival meetings has met'
the Government "'I big Mr. Chapman's son, John Chapman the city,.. ,* a for the Cartercar automobile district from end to end, meeting the most cordial reception: and .access "' s'
reported ,by .. and other relatives. in Kiasim- a and carries advertisement his in debates P
The Work was in fifteen an opponent joint and tuts marked his work. H., ".*
station at Kissimm for the. mee. completed 0 In the Valley Gazette. Mr. .0" talking from cart-tails and cracker in Kisaimmeey
days, and to be complete and absent from his pulpit ,
week ending Sept 19, 1912. satisfactory.appears It was' submitted in a 0 Keep is a subscriber to .theO boxes in every.hamlet. At one point Sunday and in lieu of the' regular .
Mrs. W. E. Brown of Americas Valley Gazette, and has been 1h. their travels, where a joint debate Children's Dayprogram '
.AS .1" AIM. Ga., and Miss Minnie Hinton, of Reynolds convenient form and! accompaniedwith O for some time. The Valley was-scheduled, Mr. Clark: alone ap service an attractive rendered, having been ii., .
remarks that makeit .was
Ga., are at the bedside of their. explanatory 0 Gazette is the medium which peared. Just before the meeting a
; Miss Elizabeth
Mrs. Holt
Friday93 7SSaturd.y. sister, Mrs. M. J. Hicks, wm is seriously clear and understandable even to 0 has brought Mr. Aultman mall and,,rather youngish man arrived arranged by t
. . U2 75 . ill. the inexperienced. Carson and Miss Lucy Buckets. r
O and Mr. together, and *. bearing. a telegram from the
Reference made in the last issue I Keep .. ,Speaking of DrHolt'.leetdres, and ; ,
Sunday. . .. 91 72Monday . was 0 the connection bids to be opponent. It read: Meade the"-Leader of: .'
A lot on a paved street, with paving of the Gazette to the report asto ; sermons in Ft \
. . 94 71 . 0 satisfactory and profitable to You're a good talker. Meet Frank .
that
place :-
bill for is of the the electric which says"We
paid, $300, one : light plant, 0 both. Clark "
Witness 0 and
the tonight debate with'him.
Tuesday . . . 94 72 cheapest propositions in' Kissimmee seems to have been the enigma demanding 0 letter following "Go ahead have had a feast of good
: 0 said Clark to the new
Wednesday . 96 73 . McKay Realty Co., has it forsale. elucidation. Mr. Searson'sfigures 0 Singu via Sale 16th 0 comer. '" thing all this week and w. have
August else to talk about. D. Holt'sfine
38tf show that the plant Is more nothing
Thursday . . 91.11 .D8 0 1912. 0 I Promptly the little manturned
of the town.
the talk
than self sustaining, even 'without sermons are
J. C. Griffin and' wife and C. W.GritY' from the streetlights 0 'Mr. Solomon Aultman, OKissimmee > loose the fireworks. He kept it up Tonight he will deliver his famous
receiving any revenue O Fla., U. S. A., 0 for an hour, and when he had subsided '
1'spent
attended the marriage of and other lights furnished for lecture upon Jerusalem, where ''he ;4'
Miss Jennie 0 Dear Sir: I have been tell0 Clark ascended the barrel.
their brother, Clarence, to considerable time,' reading the-
' I
.vrwa+ we-"------ Murray, at New Smyrna, on city Mr.use.Searson takes occasion to com- 0 ing some of our men about "This reminds me of a thing that Bible through and conferring by personal : . '..
0 the first time I
the happened I made
Cartercar and what they 4 ever
Wednesday at 8:30 interesting iJ'
its ,
: a. m. investigation of oi.
Gilbert the many
pliment James city clerk
0 can do, and I think I can sell a political speech 'said Clark. "I <' .
THE: LOCAL HELD.: MM.. and OfConoley .on the manner in which the recordsare 0 was about nineteen and I had launched statements. He expects to retarn -' r 1'1\\ 4
Mr. Miller 'family, two or three of them here. to- his, home' in Kissimmee to-i. !_.(
He recommends
kept. a changein "
I passed through the city how- a Could you have the makers forth and thought I was goinggood morrow. Let all who can attend." ; i
'of 'I
the system bookkeeping, ; :
this morning in their machine en < send me some cuts, catalogue, when up jumped a giant rusticin ,"
route to Haines City to visit relatives ever, and made a trip Tampa Wednesday 0 etc., with prices. I hope Kis4 the middle of the audience and "
--MeAN'A MM1N1hNMI for a few day. to buy a new set of books for O simmee is still as I bawled at me: "What in h- are Mr. *". F. Twltcheil sold"his residence 7 :; i

use in the clerk's office. 0 have great crowlnf' that you tryin' to do, son-make a on Rose avenue and Railroad ; J
R. H. Cole returned Wednesdayfrom Bouquet For Searson.At 0 country. Hoping to hear .1 speech" street this week through" the ,Agency .; ''.

Rub-My-Tiasn will care you. 21-18t; Chicago, where he had been Tuesday evening's session the 0 from you soon I am, It was cruel, but Clark got the of Mrs. Summers to Mr. Thresher. of: I r;f al i

QuuBbays:: all colors, at F. J iH. Lawon's. studying optometry for the past three Council passed the following resolution 0 ". Yours sincerely( crowd with him.-Washington Post. Chattanooga, Tenn. 'I .; :: (
39-lt months. He has resumed his duties-as : 0 E. I.. REEP. ." "It
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salesman at Cole's jewelry store. At a meeting of .the City Council O 0 YOUR HAND.If FURNISHED ROOMS for rent' card' .

Mrs F. W Hill .t Narcoossee, held on the .bove date, (Sept. 17)), 0000000000 000000000 for sale at the Gazette office. ,' ,r" + '
Monday in the city. Capt. F. F. Hunter spent a few Mr. L. A. Searson, who was employed you r've me a flower, -1
spent days at Hunter' Camp, on the to audit the city's accounts, submitted Of aI is the beat; ., a
Punished Rooms Far Rent Cards prairie this week, and reports conditions his report which was thoroughly The MeltMMirsne-KlssimsHee Road. The' rarest and the fairest "WANTED ) ,,'l

lot sale aft the Gazette office. most promising, de.pite'the examined 'by the finance committee Reporter-Star Orlando people Perfumed with keener zest. '" ,
heavy rainfall the past few weeks and' also 'by Council 'after should have more than a passing interest -{

Furaished Rooms For 'Rent 'Cards H. Benton have which the following\ resolution was in the news that comes If you give me a volume, WANTED once 5,000 live baby' / ; .
for sale at the Gasetts ..oft'ice.Punl.hed arrived Mr. and from J Mrs.South W.Carolina to make Introducd and unanimously adopted: through the Melbourne correspondent, Of books it is the best; alligators nine to fourteen inches aalong ,

boose in JCissimmee. Mrs. Ben- Resolved, That report as submittedby of the 'fi ..-Unien a day or two The wisest one, the dearest one, ; name price, boxed for shJp-, ;. ';rw.J'"' l1C'
For Rent Cards their
Rooms Maude Gott- Mr. Searson 'be.accepted, fend 'thatt'he since that the organization of the The deepest of the rest. ment. Box 1126, West Palm Beajck '.( .;;" "5.
:for -sale -at the Gazette 'Office. ton was formerly Miss Council extend Mr. Searson a Melbourne' and' Kissimmee Good Fla. 3 'i ....rn 'a t
Kissimmee- ,
wailer in
3. 8. Stratton, ,of Peghorn, was and was reared vote of thanks for thorough and cred- Roads Association is completed and And should you proffer any gift, -....- !
transacting business here Wednesday. R. K. Anderson arrived here Wednesday itable manner in which audit was that the Melbourne end of the Association But let it come from you; WANTED-To teach piano in Flor-, I : f
i from Timmonsville, S. C., to made. is already at work to build a It's bound to have the magic of ida, by a graduate;;' school or pri' '
Eugene Bryan, of Jacksonville, spend a week with his friend W. G. J. M. GILBERT, City Cleric. hard surface road from that point Your hand that's good and true. vate families testimonials as to, "' 1

spent a couple at days here this week.A Campbell. It is more than probablehe Tn addition to resolution adopted across Brevard county to the Osceola -Exchange.Mashed character and ability sentonreLquest. ;.c., '

will . want ad. in the Valley Gazette A. Searson capable and accurate in hustlers of the Osceola county potatoes are hard to raisein Anchor S. C. 39-2t. '
has never yet failed to produce results D. G. Wagner has rented'the Wil- his line of work, and can recommendhim seat may be relied upon to do their\ unsuitable soil Never buy a ,,.;. ,1
liams cottage: on Main street and is not only as a good accountant, part of the work The main material mashed potato farm without lookingwell \
getting it ready for occupancy by his but a thorough gentleman, and very used for road building on the East at the soiL W.ANTED--At once, an lncubator/5O / '
L. H. Ingram attended the big family who are expected to return pleasant and fair man to deal with.J. Coast is shells, which make a splendid to 250 eggs capacity, .must be in. '
horse Bale in Lakeland on Wednes- from their summer outing in a short M. GILBERT City Clerk. track when properly laid and fin- A."I.. ._ I. .M KI..1..e. 4. good condition and at a low< cash'price. :
day. time. ished. A glance at the map of Flor- ..... ..I.r.na.: .. ....1... Box 673, Kissimmee. ,89tT , .-

Judge G. F. Kribbs spent the week Those who will take part in the I BOONE'S CIGARS. ida will show that .the road above

end at his country home near Nar- cantata, to be given as a benefit for' mentioned will be of great interest to iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiiniiiiiiii
'
I Gaming a Reputation Throughout Orlando, and Orange county, giving "
coossee. the Christian church, are requested ,
to meet with Mr. Woodbeck at the : Entire State. as it Will a direct connection with DANCING 1 t
County Commissioner! A. F. Bass, Chapter House, Tuesday evning at : The following extract was received the East Coast Work is now being
of St. Cloud, was a visitor to the city 7:30. from a clothing drummer who done on the road from Jacksonvilledown VERY TIIURSDAY EVENING '
Saturday. visited this city about the first inst.: the coast to Miami. Volusia, 'f'
John. E. Wilson spent several daysin Mr. G, D. Boone Mfg., Kissimmee, Brevard and St. Lucie counties are FIREMEN'S 7IALL'': \ l<.
The Titanic diaaater will be an ad- the city this week in the interestof Fla.: all at work, and it will eventually bea I .. t
ded feature at the Pastime next Wednesday the Provident Homes Association Dear Sir-The three boxes of finished construction .from, north to Mill llliMIIHIIIIIIIMH 6 6 i
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night of Tampa of which he is state agent.I cigars I .bought from you are all \ d

He placed several contracts while gone. Have not had much time to S ..
Joe Jones, one of Orlando's leading here. devote to the cigar sales, but you
attorneys, was a visitor. to our city I will receive orders from the follow / .
Mrs. Heidterf Tampa, is the guest'
.
Wednesday.A.
DeLand, Green Cove
ing places:
E. Drought, a prominent real of her. H.daughter Redditt ,has Mrs.returned C. W. to Griffin.J. Kis. Springs and Hawthorn, Fla. The 14
500 at
of St. Cl ud, was bere absence of about cigars are winners. Ship me
estate man, simmee after an .a
Will be there the
Wednesday.P. year, during which time he has been White Springs. on I. Best"i-t'
14th; fail not. Enclosed find the rest.

A. VansAgnew left Wednesday. living near :Maitland. 39 It J.. A. CLARK. Tie Season's

for Fellsmere, where be will remain Rev. Father Fox will come to Kia- ;
until tomorrow. simmee on Saturday September 21, WHITES vs. BLUES. .j
and will have devotions' the even- Tis lard race they're having 1
C. J. Krecek, accompanied by Miss ing at 7:30 In the church and mast These White. against the. Blues, '
(Grace BUl'JRe.fit JLougbosan,spent Saturday will be celebrated on Sunday morn But to do good running, :

in the ,cLty., ing at 8:30 o'clock. They must have eft'ielentahoe... MONDAY and TUESDAY : +

If you want a lot on a paved' street Mrs. R. W. Cobb arrived in the city Both sides are running", nicely, .
with pavement paid for, at $300, see Friday from Tennessee to join her Each claim they'll win the ace,
McKay Realty Co. S8tf husband Dr. R. W. Cobb, pharmacist But the man who wears the Hanan,
at Roberson's drug store. They are Will he the one who sets the pace. I
'Miss Gabe, will a talented sing at German the Pastime con- stopping for the present at the residence i- In our, window for Monday and Tuesday next, you can a.
cert soprano of Dr. Hyatt on Main etreet. If you want to be the winner,
theater Saturday night.II. Go to Stanford's for your shoes wee the best of the season. Compare the '

is Mrs. J. K. Hilliard and son, James, For there's going to be some running 1
F. Farmer, of New Smyrna, prices below with any house in
Jacksonville short visit last
the of his brother, made a With the Whites against the Blues. i
visiting L. R. Farmer family in this city.A. week. The latter having his eyes ex- 39-lt the land and see if we a
amined by Dr.1 Heggie, and also will '. "

E. Donegan and J. II. Woodall) take a course of treatment, as the NOTICE. __ are not right. .
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to build two residences doctor says his case is a serious one. H
are preparing
Notice is hereby giver that the review '
in the Cape Breeze addition: C. W. Ward, who has been spending and equalization of the city assessment e

T. B. Hendricks. of Lakeland, i u. in the summer in Switzerland has roll for 1912 taxes, were
written friends in Kissimmee that he by the City Council at a
the city today, the guest of L. H. In- completed : j;
gram, Oseeola's next sheriff. expects to arrive in this city the latter meeting held on the 17th day of '
part of the week for the winter.Mr. September 1912. ;
W. B. Crawford is spending the Ward's many friends will be delighted Further notice is hereby given that I
week in Georgia and Alabama, in the to welcome him again. Council will meet on Tuesday the lat Here is one number that you wont, find elsewhere.
internet of the Kappa Alpha fra- day of October, A. D. 1912, to hear "
J. J. Lambert, the experienced boot complaints that be presented
ternity. and shoe repairer, has connected himself against said assessment.may Our Special Linen 36 in. wide per yard lOc 1
narcissur, with the shoe of
For bulbs, hyacinths, department This 20th day of September, A. D.
tuberoses.., Chinese lillieo, Easter lil- Dann' Department Store, and will 1912. J. R. GILBERT, '
"lise\: etc., '.ee Miss Jean Caldwetll, be ready tomorrow morning to re- 39-2t City Clerk. .
Florist, Phone 83. 39-2 ceive and execute work in the best
manner and in the quickest time. CAPTAIN R. E. ROSE
e W. G. Hankins, local agent for the SHOULD HAVE THE PLACE. AO

machine Underwood in Company the Valley, installed Gazette a office new Monday The Pastime and thereafter theater will every present Mon- (Pensacola Journal). Hill Bleaching 36 in.i wide -- per yard 9 1-2c . :

this week. day night the Pathe weekly of cur- It has come to the Journal's atten- ,
tion that R. E. Rose, State ,. i
rent events. This will be a regular Capt. .
McKsy Realty Co., can sell you a Monday night feature and will be of Chemist in the Department of Agri- Any person familiar with the prices of cottons in the w t p
lot on paved street, paving bill! paid much interest as it is entirely composed culture, is an applicant before the .
for $300. It is one of the best bargains of the latest events from the Board of Drainage Commissionersfor market today, knows the above to be special value.

in the city world over. appointment as Chief. Drainage I
Engineer to fill the place of MajorJ. .
John F. May, of Jacksonville, is W. G. King, one of St. Cloud's O. Wright, recently resigned. -- _.-__ ---: =-- -- ros
spending the week here with his leading boosters, was in the city Wed- There is no man in Florida whose .
brother, Fred May, superintendent of nesday. Mr. King has recently formed heart is more completely wrapped up .
Kissimmee Lumber Co. a co-partnership with J. Star Anderson in the development of the State's resources .
-=-= =:=- LOT OF BATH MATS :
in the real estate business, than t. Rose, and thereis ., x ,
5 or 6 does of 666 will break any and states that he is expecting JL. no man, probably, who is so thor-
case of Chills & Fever; and if taken larger influx of home eekers thrWseason oughly conversant with the Ever These Mats are specially heavy and of generous size .' _,
Fever will not re
the
then as a tonic than ever before. / glades section as he.

turn. Price 25 cents. tf Mt. W. J. McCracken of St. Paul, The Journal hopes that the Drain- Special for Monday and Tuesday each 69 cents 'r '
will consider ;
Commissioners
Judge J. D. Breckinridge and fam- Nebraska, arrived in Kissimmee Mon- age
ily returned this week to their homein day evening, being accompanied by Capt. Rose's numerous qualifications .t
Lewiston 111., after a visit of several his wife who is a sister of our towns- for this position and assign him to .r ;
weeks in Kissimmee.The man "Nebraska" Johnson. Mr. Mc- the work. Such action would reflect "
Cracken has been very sick for sev- credit on the Board as well as on
man who wants one of the best eral months; but his many friends in Capt. Rose.
lots in the city, on a paved r
building Florida will be glad to know that he :.t
had better see Mc- The Ladies' Aid of the Christian .'
street for $300, now to be on the road to
appears .. ,
Kay Realty Co., at once 38-tf complete recovery. As usual, he hasa church met with Mrs. J. W. Lillys -
"Of. Wednesday afternoon, and spent a .-
carload of fine horses to dispose
.Neimeyer and Nikilia are.installingthe profitable time in preparing articles Come Early The Monday '
seats in the new Dixie theater, Tampa Tribune: W. J. Sears and for the bazaar to be given in December \ V, ;
and to give their first movingpicture for the benefit of ;the fund. '
expect Albert Overstreet, prominent people pew and '
night. series' of .KATZ and Tuesday ",'< \ ;. ,
show tomorrow from Kissimmee, were in the city yesterday The ladies are planning a : )
business and pleasure combined entertainments to raise"money' for
on '
. The best bargain in town is an 8- They were accused of having pl.eI v pews) in the church, andwill Stay Late Specializer .. ,

room house, grounds comprisingthree come away from the ,city for fear of the r be the first to be giv- It .'
lots partly on paved street 88-tf, being captured by the contesting en. Th have been at work for 118Ve 'ir.:.

$1.500f McKay Realty Co. sides in the contest for Board of woeks and have accumulated a KISSIMMEE FLA. ;>1',

' Mrs. Walter Nelson returned Friday Trade membership, which is being umber of useful and fancy .r- ." 1' '
but both des which will be placed on sale'at /5. :t l'. '
night front Wichita, Kan., where waged there, gentlemenstate : :,*
the Mrs. Nelson that they were .among the first' that time.FURNISHED. , .. '' !tt:" ,
;was accompanied here by' her mother, victims. Kissimmee, they say 'as I. .. 'wI. .

; )Mrs.' U.Csrtwright, who will red moving ahead rapidly *.-.very Duty ROOMS for rent card.for'sale .. ..
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political camp in the Kisslmmee _-__. -__ ." h-- __ '

:t < Board Claims'of Trade of .both'; it. has parties investigatedthe and un- '- -m- -- -- --. --- ::i"

The White Wasp hesitatinglyadviser its=readers''' to : and Demand for Florida Land* Cannot Be. .

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eschew all other >>lora-.aUuf: nltthougJ1' pprecia.t dBY--Yo, Until-You Have.-Visited Our Beautiful -

A they' may< .be- -and enroll ,
,
under'
the'
themselves banner of

.' .. C, -, : : ,. .. :. I purity-the. WHITES -:;; so that;their ._ ,. _._W.. .
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' '' ' "t -
i i p i| 11 B i i "
'. Our readers were made acquainted with the fact in our issue of last I names may be honored. f by IPos-

-, $t," .week that the Board of Trade, had selected .two companies-. -Whites- and terity. : "M E
: i .Tut, Tut!. Arthur, now don't get > : .
,. r., Blues-to" conduct a compalgn for new members of the Board of Trade. peeved. ,: ;
1'. "The campaign began Monday morning at 6:00 o'clock and is being most vigorously E K.A'y ,.

: though friends,.waged. To enliven the proceeding= ,.each Ride pub. .____,- .
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lished a daily paper, the ,contents of which are most amusing. Both papers THE BLUE BUNCH . .
; are merely Jokes, and we hope our readers will take them in the light they .

<\; .'were intended. The articles that follow are from the White Wasp, the -
I This in the the Whites Have .
published by the Whites. Shape
paper I CO.
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i'' p r the Blues in Today-What the ;
I BOOM! SIZJ!! BOOMI!!! themselves as to attempt to lock
x men Whiles Will Do to the MUCH Tomorrow
herculean
horns with of such
The fight is on. A long,' rakish[ I I Wholesalers aid Retailers ofTimber
} boom, followed by a short, sharp and[ ,I strength and monumental intelligence Will Be a Plenty.
the Whites.A j . .
Decisive boom, and we're oR.Every as compose -
White Wasp is asked! \to rally] reference to the photos on thisI ----. i .
and :
: round the flag.. We are in this thing I page -will show the position in which; :
have the blues at tbis
the Whites
look like '
it to
to win and begins ware <
going'to be the winners allright. hour. 1 '

'. Early this morning saw our forces { I Timber Lands 'ii
out hustling with a vim and we ask ,

i = '\( that each man put forth his best effort I i CAPTAIN A. DONEGAN
and bring. in the new members I

,. >" followed by the coin. This is what I Arthur E. Donoitan ,.. _0.I .'- ....__-_ __. .. - . --- - .- .- '.

r will put us on the winning side. Weare liS PLACED UNDER AIlRKST. ON
lined up with some Simon pure .4
hustlers and a long pull, a heavy pull CHARGE OF CRIMINAL ] .

'a and all pull together' will win the LIBEL.. \ l', .

.., fight. 1It. 1-. I .
.. As we stated in the opening paragraph \ also have some very desirable and very

,vf > this editorial, Siz, Boom, the I j ARCH FIEND IN DEEP DESPAIR :
fightJs.. on. We are calculated to let !

E the Blue Jays know that we are on G. Johnston J. II..Kixwe" i,I well improved Orange Groves near to Rail
r deck when the final count is taken.
Ioncpan l> ;Maliciously Wantonly and
Everybody push-and smileCAMPAIGNS' -.. '
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With ;Malice Aforethought Villifiesthe \\ (l\ ( Road, Church and School. We own most '
) :
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COMMENTS. White Does of Purity-As We .JP-) !
l '' A short strOT through the perlieusnot .
,. + : to mention the pearly-lieus C.n; to l Press Had Not Given the -/u -r I of the property we are offering for sale, .
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of Valhalla soon revealed to the $10,000 Bond to Answer at Term of I ,
Special Political Reporter of the t"u !

... White Wasp that the present cam Court on the 27th. 1 J.. I) flint F. W. Stalker 1 1Z we hold options on, so we are able to

paign for membership of the Kis- I
slmmee Board of Trade was the one j'H"
With blatant effrontery and unmitigated )
3 "ana-ooly"erfgros8rng topic; and even gall an insulting and dis- Z i best of terms, _. _._ . _
.
'. --
'/ base-ball dope as dished out by Kid ( I .
reputable appeared on the streetsof I
David (who, by the way, held the record ] rag
this fair city yesterday afternoon t), i
for long. distance throwing and any property that .you wish to exchange
styling itself the Blue Label, supposed
putting. them over the breast plate) I ,
to lie the official organ of that A@xvi A. Tams G. F Parker '
for the nonce-how I love that
k; 1r was expression, for the nonce-classed as band of umpleton.s who have for the I in one of the best. States in the Union,
few days paraded our beautiful "
and past "THE RACE IS ON. ,
commonplace passe.
'f;4 streets insulting good and true-
our
I Julius Ceasar was especially interested I The following little poem was j i i
$ lP and most insistant in his demands -'hearted citizens by attempting to pin composed by Ed Canning just ,a few or write us what you have and we can
for details. He said if he i 1 I upon their breast a blue ribbon- I minutes after midnight last night.' I '
which is the emblem of vice, villany, i I
could only take part he would most ]jd worked up on inspiration by rubing {

!h* ,assuredly join the "Whites," but that I I this vituperation creature called and \iciousnesH.D-O-N-E-G-A-N And is I) the left hind foot of a graveyard i I what you want.
he would split the party and call it rabbit behind his ear as he i
the mogul, the boss, the whole cheese, ; off the 4.
4 the "White Bull Moose"-then up I peeled[ following:
the chief director of the bunch, therefore Their "Whites" think I
c spake Bully Brutus, who remarked they they gota I
it was upon his guilty (though cinch .
,
en passant, that when it. came toy I jluntin' j -- - -- - --- - -
# "'" .flitting' anything that he Was just brainless) head theWHITES J JI coin in a terrible pinch. I I : -

+ wSotsKr a little splitter as anyone I OF PURITY The way they're gettin' over ground i !
* i "y ;i, pres, Was" J. C. should have good I were forced to weild the club to sustain There ain't a goin' to be enough to |I -

cause\f remeniber and Casslus (he I their unblemished characters go 'round.
M i, } ')of the l lean and hungry look), was I and high standards of honor.

theN to substantiate anything Brute I A warrant was sworn out before There was a boy from Kalamazoo,
+{i saidNot Referee Andrew Johnson for this Who got scared of a blue for Young: or Old Folks .
wishing to ,open old sores ort Donegan's arrest, and that official And took an awful fright
w .I\, acoree or to witness the waving of the designated the Honorable D. R. Until he saw a white
,)? :Bloody Flag by these sensitive old Blenis, a man whpse foul is as whiteas He wiped his, head "- "
shades -the.'White' Wasp's Pot. Rep. the driven. snow, to make the arrest And then he said: should be selected with equal care. The

'backed up and out, beyond and into I and that officer manfully and Gee, but I'm glad I'm.yhite! 4 sight of either may be ruined by the use' bf

k'.i r. JOHN BROWN, and the meeting resulted fearlessly performed his duty, finding
the needs of
glasses not accurately adjusted to
7,' (in aCAUSTIC i this Donegan sand crab stowed awayin Little boy bloe, -I

CHROMATIC COLLOQUY i a rear room of the Graystone. You may blow your horn, the eyes. There's only one safe way. to buy

rr t "SaM''Brown-strange as it' may I While the Honorable Blenis. was Of votes you've swiped, glasses. Have your eyes examined\ by-expert
seem, I am WHITE, and when I leading this piece of eollOssal mon Since yesterday morn, I
think of the BLUES I see RED and strosity through the streets to Col. But when you've served the Whites : optometrists like us and thus make sure of ob-

t my thoughts become DARK. And Johnson's office, he was attacked bya With things to eat, I taming.just; what the most delicate organs of
band of cutthroats wearing( blue You back to stack
while the BLUES may love. their may go your hay the
ORANGES (being from the Citrus ribbons for the purpose of releasing And finish your sleep. ,r body require.

t Belt), they will be GREEN with Donegan, but drawing his Gatlin, ,
Honoiable Blenis held the blue devilsat ..
tr envy before this campaign. ia over. POLITICAL DEPARTMENT. -
It is' ,immaterial whether they call bay until reinforced by a half Edited by Ed Canning

i themselves VIOLET, INDIGO BLUE, dozen gentlemen wearing white
GREEN, YELLOW, ORANGE OR badges when the blues took to their 'Ti.. sad to relate, Jeweler and

RED, ,it ,is a conceded scientific fact I heels in mad flight*. s But, alas, 'tis late COLE
that:upon being passed through the When arraigned, Donegan pleaded The Rlues will meet a terrible, fate.I I .
spectrum of enthusiasm they will I not .guilty, and was bound over in "White I! Optometrist
is right.
merge in one common color and bonds of $10,000 to appear at a term I
of court be held night We are in this fight
to Friday ,
emerge in rays of(' purest WHITE. I i .
To it
see
through
i September 27th, in the court room.
And trounce the '' j'
'Blue.
t. \ THE FIRST DAY.ieiulted' Up to going to press Donegan had j
not given the bond, but what few .. ._
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Blueites still emain loyal are exert w-
:; in a Glorious Victory For
ing every effo t to secure bondsmen.
's he,'White*-Treasurer of Whites
I' ,,' i Kept Buy Late Into Night Count- before with. the the bar nigjlt possibility is over. of success Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint

,) ;._Jng, Money, and Tabulating the Re-
;. ) -...,;-."*, ,twas.E .
'. :: Rumor has reached the editorial cl H
. 'If, it were not for the fact that our rooms off this free, unbiase-l i and un- -
jveins are filled with the red blood of trammel that owing to lack

'heroes, our hearts overflowing with of financial support said organ would ROSS GRAVES.

:. .10\'e',for all mankind, and our whole suspend publication indefinitely.We 1! rtI

system filled with sympathy for those of the editorial staff, wish here UThe Store that Appreciates Your Trade"
.(unfortunates .who have been denied and now to refute the vile calumnyand
i the gift,of that superior intelligence hurl our undismayed defiance into I
"which we possess, we would use different the very molars} (not to mentionthe .
Fi;r language in' detailing the fight biscupeds) of the caluminators,

'', 'thc >(was waged on ;yesterday between and to assure our highly illustriousand BUY I Kyanizs Varnishes
s. W. P. Paint.
that noble band of Whites and intelligent subscribers and per- ....
( : those poor and untutored nondescrlpta' users at large, that such misstate- E! THE For Floors. Interior woocIwokij. ,
styling themselves Blues, butour Known the World Over and Furniture
ments could have'germioated only in ( BEST .
iv, :very manhood demands and com- the black mire of the BLUE camp. ,
wands us to merely..state the result a .... j
We wish further to assure our i IT IS ECONOMY ,
.; 'of: the first twenty-four hours was readers that this publication knows

,ncw-members gained by: and acknowledges no. master! but I -

rs -WHITES: _._*__..-______.,:.__ 198 voices its sentiments without pre- Mission Stains AT Alabastine Wall Coating r i

,Blue. ..<..._:U-.*.____u;___ 29 judice or fear, and will ever stand I
\r .. - The Staina with a reputation It is the Beat ,
for the best interest .of the com- 0
,-\t ;" 1ro'-. 'I' __,_b__.__.__-_.____-__ Z27JYIgT munity, ever ready to strike down ... tit "4j I
( : ?rftf':1-'u"------: 169 the hydra-headed monsl6&of iniquity J. '

r .,It;*U.:not our desire 'to belittle ,the and 'rear aloft ,our proud gonfalon-of .. i. R' Q S.s: G.RA.V E S ; 'i.LL. .
: of the Blue, for they did their yictory on which will be written l t. =
ap efforts ...... "71.. Store that wci.ta Y. rTrod.' t
and indestructible App
.ft> st, but ,they,just didn't ,know ,how of. fire a. a* P.a ..
t, -. to:turn.the trick.. 'They,ar* rata boys the rock of Gibraltar the magic. word i .

',:. ,Jt:r' :.,.*.laa: way, and ;deserve credit, real .of. "WHITE." , Paainta : Paint .Paint. P in Paint Paint :)J, "
.). ..': ,.. t wh4t..tbq.dlcl'kL..v..r:, -WMe this.publicatioar, is In BQ ,, ) 4If -,,, ,, t Paint".,. ;

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KISSIMMEE State growing and it for several) copies of rreater'' number '
: AND ITSWONDERFUL > no,, new ,to way that a town, is the paper be distributed among,' Its old 'cttfe*** }'.r.\.\' "'
growing1. .. the State limto its. That this method other town' ',In. Florid can' ; .': .1;
A town Is always &growing,it grows of advertising has been effective: is This is a good sign;.' it 'is-a T I, .
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old..if 'It' grows' no: other way. o But found in the fact that Kissimmee.has proclamation of, the ,' _,- ';J." "
PROGRESS when a town grows like Kissimmeehas doubled her population, during that the country and the, industry oc ft.* : r;;'
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..... ,'. and grown wonderr it is subject for remark with period.a few The'commissioners'hundred copies and' worked started peo'TM p -'county is blooming .with: :...:, :' :,;l;.

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? up.to a tbouaand.-/It has been a'good cattle-"ranges, and citrus groves r*.*: .'r -_-
Florida the Kissimmee has been transformed Inso investment. Besides that, the plan,' farms ',' .
A City That is Destined '\\1 Become Among' prosperous '
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to that who '
great a measure no.one .
, < which'was a novel one, has been fol. 'This'is'already a' great cattle country 'J. .a "l.
lad visited the in the last
not town ,
:' lowed in other counties With satisfactory ; it might be also! a great dairying .;,;, '
t _ ' .. : ,'i t"
"S. J. Triplett has been the dynamo seen en the streets of Kissimmee any .
Modern Citizenship Make it Up-to-date in Every,Regard; middle brought'of Broadway here and before put down the in band-the at 'Work >in the"Gazette office which day;' 'I have witnessed two broncho two!:, ... t,, \"
the past
was removed. 'The same thing has ,made things buzz. W. B. Harris, bustingcontest.within + \,
age the Triplett free months, put on by local talent'which .;..
\. -- cannot be Jacksonville 1 publisher gave a
t or 0
.
T hand ,and told him to "go ,to it." were as thrilling as any to be seen In., ::1,; ; .
New York. It would be 'the" 'old :
,., (BY. 3. H. REESE.. IN DIXIE. ) same the West .: ''' 1
> .AV' town" wlth. them, with,some improve! Triplett has had ,the great .satisfac 1w 1 r
-. ments-and change in of them." tion of seeing his efforts bloom to frui .Osceola county Is just b.glnnfagla.develop. A 1 ,,,1:"'' ";' $
." parts I referred to the "back"'to .\
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Here in Kissimmee the whole tion. Triplett organized the Board of r
-- . .. of the town has been appearance Trade in Kissimmee which'.was the the land" movement. The big land .. "t' r.,
and improved marvelously.Miles laughing stock of the towp for awhile. ; companies have begun selling small, " ,z'''"'
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changed in Osceola to the Western /t' : 1f.
of vitrified brick paving have but it isn't any more. Triplett let farms county "
them laugh and kept pounding away.A farmers and they are coming in ". ,;.,
down.
been The main street '
Broadway put has been paved from one few weeks ago the Florida State and J settling. There ,,1s plenty of ;:, "t" ;z f
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for and fuJ! ;, .. s.. :
end to the and beautiful Chamber of Commerce was organizedin I room them a prosperous '
others a for all who to work. There ,,: '
Kissimmee. The thing had never, ture care ? ?*
parkway extends the length of the '
before been attempted successfully; i is no better land"-anywhere and the ,, ,..
street in the center "
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is the best in Florida, which I ymeans .
but it was successful this time; that climate
It would be hard to estimate how ,
. I r miles of concrete sidewalks is, so far It has: 'been and there is that it is the best on earth. :' ; '.);:,f 't
\ The Men who many I reason to believe that it will become Kissimmee is located on Lake Tohopekaliga. -" .dR'.
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.. have been laid. The work is being \
." I :.J 1 a and useful organization. which is connected: by, a ,v '.
.J. .. done' in every part of the town by a I ';permanent +VtA **intVk_M fif, {+ n+K&w chain of [lakes and the Kissimme ..)-:' :,',
i e WIV WltllVI V4 I If I AbllCBV ..-
dozen contractors all with orders | '
\1 .. I made the "., ahead. It is estimated that two hun- the Kissimme Board of Trade is, the river with Lake Okeechobee, which is .. .. , u
,
connected in with the East and,' t-
turn
which .
organization Triplett organizedand r '
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dred residences have been erected r '
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: 1"I during the two and galvanized for so long. West coast by the drainage 'anall..nd ,: )
past years yetit 7.- '"
KissimmeeValley the Caloosahatchee! river to.the; ,
: ; I is difficult to find a house in Kis That, however was but one olTriplett's the' "
stands
Gulf. Thus Kissimmee at
sjmmee for rent. victories; there were many '
j I.in the course of the time he has beenin head of a great intrastate navlption'whicl .
The city has splendid water "
a sup- in time and
I ) ,will be. developed .,
H
Kissimmee. One week Triplett an-
which come"from a flowing well be ;" littto '
that will not long 'Very
with a capacity of four hundred gallons nounced in the paper that the oldschoolhouse work will be required to".connecteup'these :: ....
was a disgrace, and the
Gazette a minute. The municipalityown make them ,
)1'i :.waterways to navigable
I
its electric lighting plant with a night after the paper came out the al- 1., ,
I for larger craft. .They; are ;
old schoolhouse burned down. Triplett
f minimum rate lower than that of any ready navigable for smaller vessels. ,,j ,Nw'
similar was not directly accused of burningthe
city: of size. schoolhouse, but there were Kissimmee is destined to be' Flor .
.... The purchase of an auto firefightIng veiled remarks strongly tainted with ida's greatest inland city, and she "
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considered will be. Mark the pasta,
apparatus was by some that In event prediction'
suggestion. any a new I
a fierce extravagance, when the purchase schoolhouse had to be built and Kis this in your' scrap book and.; referto i" '
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was made a few months ago simmee now has one of the finest high it ten years hence ;
but following the installation of the .
schools in Florida with a capacity: for
\ truck rates of insurance were \ seven hundred pupils and it has already !- HOW THE GAZETTE HAS .**: ; ; '"'
I w B. HARRIS. S. j. TRIPL TT. reduced so that the'saving in one outgrown the capacity HELPED THE GROWTH ; ,
will than for it. The '
year more pay OF OSCEOL.A; COUNTY. r
writers '
But all know
truck carnea A chemical fire extinguisher newspaper I
Asset are usually enumerated as i in from the ranches: for family ser- nance passed, and Kissimmee has which-affords' ;; protection;i-'iO that nothing can be accomplished by (Times-Union..) *. -.*' ." '
been and putting on city airs a newspaper man unless he has a responsive ,
those things possessed that have vice. growing the extreme limits that they never All Florida Is increasing rapidly'
value or are capable of producingvalue 4n the development of the new Kis- ever since. had before and would not have for audience. The people of Kis- In population, but we feel safe in say'ng ,,
in emergency. The; institutionand simmee the time arrived when there With the exception of Miami there many years under the old system. Bimmee are alert to every suggestionthat that the rate of increase in Osce- u.
the town are different in this re was a demand for paved streets and is no town in. Florida which has made It would be unfair to attribute the looks to the betterment of condi ola County has been higher than that'4;

spect. .Things that a town hat not cement sidewalks ahd it became such: rapid progress'as Kissimmee. awakening of Kissimmee to any tions. of any other county in the' State'> ,, .
may recommend it more favorablythan necessary to push the cows out of the The difference in the growth of single agency or influence, but there The town has the dignity of age since the Valley Gazette has been,, .,' .- iw f M
the things it has. I way; literally to drive them off the Miami and Kissimmee lies in the fact are individuals and agencies that and the settled respectability that sent all over the Union to advertise" '.
There are some things notably that grass in order that the workmen that Miami is 'a new town and Kis- have had a big hand in bringing Kis- goes with it. The people here can the county. .
Kigsimmee has not. might put down the brick. simmee is an old one. Miami has simmee to a sense of her great ad- greet a stranger withQut any facial For the information of the peo=; '
The visitor is impressed with this There was a great fight before the ben growing from the jump. Kis- vantages.No displacement that would lead said pIe of Florida we would like for soma; I If
-- the minute he alight. from the train. city council. There was as much simmee has put on its new life with- I community has ever attractedany stranger to conclude that' the native one who is better able than we are .
There is no horde of hack drivers to pressure brought to bear oq the city in The last four or fire- years.Since i considerable Attention without'I *asBufreringwith! the stomach ache; to measure the results of this expert-1' ,. y
surround him and urge the merits of I councilmen to prevent the passage of l Kissimmee: began to grow it holds the the presence and active work of a There is an ease and cordiality about ment->-f or itw.an'experimentbr':1' -*...,....... ,
the various hotels. The visitor is left Osceola county-to estimate the ex-, -' '
blissfully alone to make his own tent to which it has paid. We feel; \ ."', '
choice. There are no hacks in Kis- safe however, in saying that every'' ;, + '
Kimmee because there is no need for annual.ubscription to the paper has ,
them. The distance! are near and y i'' r 4Ti brought a settler. We, believe that, >, 1 b r
walking is good. for-these ,' -
every cent that was spent ,
PauVe and consider what a great papers has added or.will add ton. dollars '
advantage it in for a town to have no to the values in the coupties-they, \ r S$
hacks. There are 65 hacks in Talla- represented. ' '
hassee, which must average at least We wish to see this form of adverUaing -,, r -
one fare each a day. This is a low adopted in other parts ;of .
..,ti 'late--the lowest possible, and Florida. It would help ,the men also" ;
means that there is an expenditure of who are doing the best work, for the p '
more than five thousand dollars' development of the State and it "' b".}; ,"
year for hack fare in that city. But k z would do vastly more ,for Florida
,
the saving of the money paid out for than could be done in any other way.. I r
hack fare is not' the point to be em- L \ ......JIo
,A phasized' here; rather it is the convenience Sanford Herald; That was j %"n.
in which Kissimmee was editdrial the linotype operator of, the ',0\ '(.
Ibid out and built. The visitor steps Kissimmee Gazette wrote last week: ,
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out of the Pullman into the yard of and was evidently a solution of the r t,
his hotel the district for business tariff problems although! like'aI '
is just a block beyond, and, as I said other editorials on this 'subject i it /'r w 'k

before. the walking is good. I STREET SCENE'IN K1SSIMM.EE needed the services of an interpreter.. .,
There was a time when the walking r ;
was not so good, and it hasn't an anti-cow ordinance in Kissimmeeas palm for lteadyaubstantlal.; sustained creditable newspaper. Kissimmeehas "it that makes-one like the: place in* Some resorts are now displaying. : ',.. '- '
Kis-simmee has been exerted In the Legislature headway. There has been no ar- been fortunate in this reBpect, stantly, for the people 'make the cards bearing the legend. ,;'\"'/{{,' . r +
was familiarly known atCowsimmee. "Over some momentous question rested development nor any spasmodic and the growth of the town has been place. "Come in without,knocking and ..
of, State had in its for due to the work of Places to be identified ,\ ;:
-The town is the centerr policy. The cow kings spurts. Every step primarily more come by.the out the same way.
r : a great' cattle raising territory been reigning long that they re- ward march has been Swell considered the Valley Gazette than to any. other people who live there' and who have It would be no use to hang, col" /& k
I and a number of the cattle kings live garded this as an encroachment upon and chosen, and there .has been no one agency or influence. had formative part in their building. up in a suburban_.community. '' %il. ,
in Kissimmee. A cattle king cannot their personal liberty. Egad, sir! For back tracking. The recognition of this worthy en- None of the older citizens of Florida
live without his milk and butter, so the good of Kissimmee after a hard I In the very nature of things Kis deavor on the part of this paper'hasbeen could think of Kissimme' -associating Cherry trees are familiar objects i.
Kissimmee streets afforded pasturagefor and long fought campaign, the cattle simme had tt grow. Florida" owes a I given time and again by the with it the names of th almost whereas in America they,, 'j,! .
many' years for the cattle brought, kings gave in, and the anti-cow ordi- :,great deal to this "back to the land county commissioners beginning some leading citizens. eare insulting J ', .
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WITH B e., d'T ime. is .

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she 400' 6 ;

,j Representing the largest Insurance Companies in the world with asset I tf:

aggregating 198457333.00, including:

Aetna Insurance Co. Hartford 22017390.00 ASSETS ; Spring, Time i 'tk : . ;

American Central Insurance Co. St. Louis'New 5.4, 1,662.00 .

Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co. York 1 4,353,423.00 i Because The 400 is the best all wire spring made, '' h'' 4 \
1 German American Insurance Co. New York 20,351,395.00

Georgia Home Insurance Co. Columbus 1.0415.508.00Home I and supplies ease and elasticity that is restful and .. 't ,':f

Insurance Co. New York 32,146.565.OO( I 1 refreshing to the sleeper who would be uncomfortable :: t ;' ItI I I

Ins Co..of North America PhiladelphiaPittsburg 16,953,774.00 t I on the same bed if it was not equipped with ; { ,, I II

National Uniori Fire Ins. Co. 3.991.871.00 i
The 400 J
New York Underwriters Agency New York 25.444.839.QO5.303.OO5.OO 1 I Spring. ,

Northern Assurance Co. LondonHartford The 400 is made of the very best grade Premier wire.* It
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Orient Insurance Insurance Co.Co. Hartford 1 3,350,705.00Phoenix 1404634.00 II contains 88 oil tempered coils securely f fastened by stiff' .

''I Phoenix Assurance! Co. London 3.772.684.OO9.558.099.OO I cross wires and rigid frame wires so that the surface is G q r ,i

Queen Insurance Co. New York smooth and even. The height of the coils are sufficient to ,

Royal Insurance Co. LiverpoolLondon 1 1.840.203.002.595.749.OO I '
Royal Exchange Assurance Co. support the heaviest person in perfect comfort,whilethewire l

., 'Saint Paul Fire & Marine St. Paul 8002129.05 'I is at the same time gently elastic to the weight of a child 4 r ;'

Citizens Insurance Co. St. Louis 872.698.OO i The 400 is hand made by skilled workmenof,long experi,1. J :.. t,.- } '

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4awta .. : r' 'J H.'a; lo '. bill' ",. .5''"' 5,1- ", '5' :: ,, "..' -'t15t--4' ..
.: .tWo'cooo., Notice: netiestarf ** ever* or ,.
of Election.Circuit -
SUGARCANE'AS There should be some eucalyptus" ., miSs feIolstlSn.4U. MlUJointiWootlogn m.I..I4.;,JVEaa.M..Di'; '.",: faioi:.. iPHYSICL&141 "" or '
"' o |MMH>d hell 'be airnea bf the ptssldteE offlmr \ .
::4 ( p11i'nt.edo. ; .! will explain why. <: of tns respective. Houses and>r the tteoretnnof -
: .
. ;Wi. GRIFFIN Eucalyptus Oobulus grows 'as high'' : <,. tie'Legislatureni. mil umfer he SflStkutUd th.".--Clerk.> .at the'Houseof : .U :

A' PROLIFIC a'lll 300 feet or more;;''id' ha. the.sanitary the Constitution; of liwb, of the Stats of Florida, k.IalI"aa\. \ -S '9 ( Ia
dirt i SMI tbive joint KeaoloUone. proposingam The votes caM 1 In*oomplluos with amid pro.POM ne. ; ,I"bannec1.; "J J
power to overcome-ma riaJ it ..n.im .iiui Mi lie: Constitution. : of.UieState of *) mimdnients, Bad the .* "** declara .tflSsldenoe53 SHqNES,1Q14
: :Staple and FancyGROCERIES evaporates water, so rapidly through I Iciortm. and the esme were iwroiwl to by S vote tions and return thereof. shall be subjected to P.
.1. f FLORIDA CROP. its leaves i that grove will.drain a of th.11I110.. of .11 the meintiftm elected. lo the same. roi-uIsUons' and restrictions as are 7 7S
: itsleavesthrows each house. : that the. relen. on Haiti 1 Joint Hewxluiloiu provldml bjr law '/or general. I, elMtio.ls.lQ. the e'' I
JWampr -off a-vola were'.mtoped. m<""...thtHrruepeotlve otals of Flnrlda, _ tIN :
tile oiL Why has'the fevers checked Journals' ; with iho. ay.M aud nays therein and. TKs'flMOfl-WURRHop: : '; Thave"h.r="- WYLWINN; ; ..
in Havana Why, did Uncle Sam they lld doturnilue and dln-rl Utal the said unto" .et mi bund stud affixed the Great Heal. of -:
; Joint tolilttons. be subinlM to Ibe electors Ihd, mate of Florida, at Tsllshaasee, Iha.RsplUl..
Florida Is a J1ew-oIl State,' whose plant eucalyptus glo'bulus so freely. J Al( the -tale at the Uonoral Eleotlou in Norem- thin HIM IweiiIy. -fifth diy of July A. H. 11112 PHYSICIAN -
_ _ _ _ _ _ around Havana T. - Uerl ISIS. -"-- - --. (Seal) Ii. CLAY 0&AWKORD,
: back In the
reaches far history "
; story Kisaimmee. should do likewise 'NOW.1IIKRRFOL1K' I. H. CLAYCRAW.. _!*il 1-W Secretary of Bt te. ROHDBNCB. P"oNliIll' ,.

; Free Delivery to all Parts books but whose real possibilities ; KOR1X Scwirflary of 51514 of the HtaUi of fr'I'irt4dohembyive . . Orncjs Prove Ii?. 'XlSSlMIIBM. ... .. '
are just beginning to be discovered. plant some around the school house. notice: IbstaUNERAL ,F. .. ..

of tbe City agriculture many {cattered spots Eucalyptus viminalis, sometimes ; ELECTION!: In COurt of County Judge State of '

have been found to be particularly called mannifera, because it produces will\ be he'd' In own onaty 10 Florida on TUSH* Florida'County of Osceola, JR. DEWITT'T. LIGHTSEY
ecalyptus manna for the market. day neat succeeding' the flrat Monday In No ,
adapted to the raising of a particular win her"A D. 11H-2. the said Tuesday: being I the In re-etitata' H nrjr T. HtanfonJ. 1
200
rostrata feetor
.. ::; -. product and have been "put upon the Eucalyptus grows Firm DAY OF NOVKMBKR Potloe: In hereby given, to all whom It may OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN: .
trade red ,
map" by that discovery. Large more, name mahogany ooncwru.that on the HHOt day' of January. A. I Ii.
Em' -tb. sa'ldJoHit
ratification or rejection of the Residence l Phone
.i l"t"M"MiJ -++++ have not found In cacti you have a good location Resolutions amendments ma\ L shall apply- ...-tb.-HODorabl. tieo. r. 274
I i"l''++****+++- parts of the State yet proposing. to Parker or bill Office Phone '
inseveral forms all from 20 .. tuooouor In ooe.Judge of said 98
f ; grow I bo themselves. as jwlgo of Probate,
for a final die- Rooms
? to60, feet and different shapes no A JOINT UKROLUTION Proponing sn Amend 3 and 4 i -
Quite a number of years ago extensive charge an Administrator of the estate of Uenrr
iJ made in leaves, only stems. merit to. rtlole V of the. CoustlUjlioii: of the T. HtanfoM deceased j and that at tlie same" State Bank Bid'* Kisalmm ,, Pla.JR. .
experiments were .
6f Florida Relative be
G AYSrONEi Htste to the Judfelary time I hall present to lb. said Court tar final
Cerceus takes
giganteus several
on _
the raising of sugar cane experiments nartment aooounta. Administrator of said Itilats, and
which failed at the time be- forms no two being alike. Be I* Resolved by the Log-lslature of the Stem' ask. for their approval. B;;: D., W1ENENGA' >: v "
of Florida .
Cerceus W. J.
saguarrb, something only : SEARS
mi All mi TEAS : cause of poor business management. different natives of .the of That the following amendment to Article V Administrator ,
During recent years sugar cane has State of the Oamtltuilon of the. state of Florida relative Dnled July Stt. A. D. 19IS. l-ein-vm.. S:;
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2.CO to 3.60 per day. : been grown in almost all parts of tlje Sanara in Mexico, eat the green to the Judiciary, Department to be mimbered -
fruit, make a jam, or jelly, the sap Uwtlon 4.1 of said Article based the Notice STOCK TREATED: VOR .
month. : State on a small scale. shall of Admlu strator. ",
Special by week or boiled the same I Is hereby aimed to and be submitt ALL I
Capt. R. E. Rose, State Chemist being same as maple syrup. to I be elector. of lb. state at the general DISEASES S.

E V. TIsMM Prtf. .. D. Waits' P.mil : has long contended that cane is one- Cacti optunti arbor arboresceus is a dilution tdlf. on tbe Bret Tuesday after in Court of the" County J"8lafAo of Florida, Dar itwoe EoTNiflbt ti--.
+ very tall and has purple flowers. the drat November D. 1UIS..for Oaoaola t ..:YJ. rhoae. US.VETERIKARIAN ORLANDO, F&a5'
-#i 1 ii .ri...r+i-n 11. I M-+H"r++ of the things which can be success ratification or rejection to wit : In re estate K. Oliver deeeeaed: --..-- .
4 fully raised in any part of the State Cacti phyllogactus satifrons is the CI'.I; 41. There shall I another Judge of the lottos Is bJo,. m".... to all whom It may concern - ;, -
prettiest of them all sometimes Court of Unval In addition that on the H-th day of Ai
which should become Florida'sgreat County to January D. IVIU. R. N. Lv -'
. and BRYAN
called the night-blooming cereus the Circuit Judge o4 the circuit In which said I .hall apply to the Honorable aJa. F. Parker D .: ,
crop. He has recently pub county U situated. Sucb additional circuit Judge:: of aald' Court aa Judge of Probate, for
lished at his own expense a pamphlet flowers being white. Judy" shall be appointed by lbs Governor. and final dUM-harre. as administrator of the estate J DENTIST
Palm roseus! superbus, same; as the nnrmrd by the "Senate" and shall hold office Jos. K. Oliver', rlinnaaiul.; and that. at tbe aane ,'
W. 'l. IQ" DOZOR containing two addresses delivered satifrons only the flowers red. for all (HI years, and shall receive the same time I will present my final aeorante aa admlnletrator Squba.Bwwinr 4FLOBIDA
are .
some years ago by him together salary and allowaurei I for expenses as other of said .estate w"1LTilU' their approval ,
with considerable other data Agaves, common name century Circuit Judges, bat tbe' same shall be paid by O. CASTER. JNew York Avenue "
the County of abut of Dated. July llHh.% A. I>. Wi AdmlnUtrator. S
plant. Agave Americana flowers the general revenue ST. .
regarding production its lii Into trnio CU>CD,. .
sugar pos
ol >
; saId county He shall bare all the power . .
ten to fifteen Stems -
sibilities in }Florida and the means of every years. .perform all\ the duties that are or day be l' ,
successfully carrying on the industry.; grow 26 .to 30 feet. provided or prescribed' by the Constitution: : or AN ORDINANCE. : -
J Agave applanata has a long leaf. by gtstnte for Circuit Judges, and all statutes Qtt.J.W, SIMPSON
.H.\ This brochure is of particular interest concerning Circuit Judea shall him. A. .
apply to OrdlsusM-e ProvlaUasr ... the P-yfmrmt -
to this section by reason of Agave sechufruilla has a larger Tbe distribution: of the business I of the Circuit of tbe Imtrrrmt .. ... Smeared DEIsT: 'S
: Real Estate the fact that the figures show thatIn leaf. The Mexicans' use this leaf y> Court ol Duval' County between tbe two Circuit Note Member Hea.e make rope in Yucca. There are several Judges' ...".d.bo allotment or assignment olmatters 0.. ta fllKr. 1-sclsmlve. and ... ..e in ,(
work Upstsiira Katg. Building.
of the experimental .
spite to be hesrdd.oidedor- Hr'slesstMles' ef said N"tmi ..d Ale* ,
done the East Coast far theetcr3moIintof the most beautiful of which i is dared, tried decreed or adjudged shall be controlled .'......dt..' for . g
.u....... on by Abe Af>. tls>BT e f Omo1Io.._.... a. 1D.'to It BI.I
; r cane now ,raisedis Yucca rhodiasa common name soap or mi.de when necessary. by the Judge Note Tr..t_. and IXraalaar TfeelrBB v ; } 1:3O to : -:3i:
3St m.-
of ald Court who shall have the older commis- 1)uiir. .
1:301.
in the northern "counties of the weed. The root of this Yucca was sion. In formt at She time auohaddlUonilClr-. : IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL Telephone No., 76 .. .1riD l

t State. used for soap in Mexico by the natives < u'l' Jud" shall ", .Id'n Unval. Uouolv.A : OK THE; CITY OK KISSIMMEE. .. -. .

KISSIiHiMEE. FLORIDA I Capt. Rose claims and supports his before Mexico was discovered JOINT REROLUTION Proposing an Amendmend Section 1. It shall be the duty of R. Vi, .CARSON'. ..'-,." .y ; :;j
to Article.12 of the ConsUtnilon of theHlataof the Council to provide annually for '. '
and is still used in place of soap. ,.;\. 1'. J
argument with a conclusive array of the payment of the \ I
rio" lila, Kelstlve to Bdnoatlou. to be Interest on thesixty '
facts that Florida can raise cane as Now you take a block and plant a Known as Xcolloa 17 ol Held Article:! \Providing promissory styled "Gen DENTIST/. ': 1glb ,

cheaply and extract the juice and few palms or eucalyptus fifteen or Act the InKiiaoce of Bonds by Hpeulal TasfVhool : eral Notea." mbn..oreJ' respectively: - ; '1: _ 1
twenty.five feet apart and cover the Districts for the Bxclnslve Use of from One to Sixty.: Inclusive; and for Office overCole's3ewe1'5r{ '> *
make the sugar cheaply if not more PuUIr I'roe. BrhoolH 'Aithln Such School D!.- the creation of a sinking fund for the .
SouuLtidj cheaply than Louisiana. lie advocates ground with cacti, agave and ferns \ trlct and Authorising the. Levy of s Tax to redemption. of aald notea Office Hours: 8-12. 1-5
the erection of central and you will find that If Plaza de i'r".l" a Sinking Fund for the Payment C'ol' Immediately losu- Office
large ;: Yool : phone 168
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Kissimmee will be worth looking at. Inc liilvrcut aod dtmpllou lit mi mills in various parts of the State Council shall appoint by resolution to Residence 23
It Itemlved the .
Bv by LeKlnlaluro of the State :
at which the cane can be economically A MT. HEALTHY ( OHIO), of Florida: bo rtx-orded In the Minutes a Committee : Gas administered for extraction of teeth '
SUBSCRIBER. of three nrrannn who shall be free
REAL ESTATE handled and the planting of That Ibo following amendment to Article 11 holder of the City and be styled

1 *%.*.%%**...*.****..**.. enough acreage in Florida demand to take1 for .:-:-:,.:...,<-:-<+><-<..c--->--.c-."<-X..c of>tj lb kn. Xmxtltutlon wn,. s. Kectinn nl 17 the of said Plate. Article of Flu. hi Ida.. and lol shall"Trustee earn of give the bond General running Notes,to" who the .I ) R. G. E. PARKER'S
of the tremendous
care + the ..10..1.I. bvreby' agreed, to. slid .shall tm nubinlltvil Mayor or the with it
INSURANCE I which is supplied !h for to I|h.. ..Ientorof the ..... the City sufficient
sugar now y .W.l next HuretleH. In tho of
sum two thousand DENTIST
: FIRE CAUSES TOLD!) IN LINKS +" .
eign countries. 'I' KenefHi, ,,111011..1 RcprUN ntiiMves. to h, hold dollarn. conditional that thevaald truaI'OH -
.
<:' In Iht yisr A !> 1'iu:, for ratlflcHtlon iir ri'ji'itloll Hlmll f..lthtulldl.ehargc the OKHPK; OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY

r Examination of Titles This ('ane. according the coldest to Capt.weather Rose of Ity T. M. I'urtell .> -..... I'. 1'1 'ii,* Li'KlMHta.rtt 'turpeciH I' uot confided to them and to pay Office Hours
aj readilystands <;. I-'irc. Marshal of Wisconsin.. *" nmy provlilo over and duly account for all sums of : 8:0(1!: ( to 12:00: Noon
'- In i Hi h.IIIIlrs"Io,1"l I I..NUI* biinilN 'for I
the average Florida! winter Any -:. .;. llll- ....-.1".f,, \ I llbllll frH.> HrlllNtlH' U IthitlHit nionethat hiinilH h .Hhnll come Into their I ljto5fpM: ) : () .

I Specialty. soil in Flori9avh'h\ will raine "corn .;,.. ...'<-: : :- ; ..;-:-: :-: ;... tv'rtffiii) such ""..|.iiMlnl.. I TH\ .*.. I h..1, | l>,iH'ril, |. t. w hun. H.., 3.> renartn All funds of such cnllecteil rust'to pay I
The ,-H.-tm.4jli-il eli.i-turn
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will make joouKal' cane. I I. ire Chii'fs arc l'l..qurcd lo report tn< r4iof -'wntrt -tnnrrtrt.nTd- -fm '-init* -BinittTiirfiin -
"h. 1..h.\I..r.\ .h ill/ volt* In flu'If..1 'DERHnmnU, M. D.
plant is robust and easily caied for. all fires and their causes., In stating the tsKilsni'U,, of .,...h hOIl'I
.CorresDondence Solicited. A total failure of the crop in this the cause they often tell "voluumes"in Wlu-i'tv I i-r nn> HIII-M npiH-lsl' Tax .N-hiMjl DINtrlrtlm I HhHl TriiHI.'cH.stud Tax and Collector the said Trustees to the shall fiald

. . . State has never been knownFlorida's one line. Here are a few of these voted III. fsvuroflhv UHUHiireol' Hiirhonil l iults out of the monies no received thf Special. .
>* H lox ndl Ui xiiiMl tlvn inlllM/ on i the dolIsr. /Interest attention given to the
climate to on the nald "General Notes.
is superior lines: I '. I Ill in> oni* y..ar.o" thf ,laxtiblti, |*roicrtywublii | and treatment of Women and .
shall Invest the residue In
that of other State for I thf dmlrift, tor the of l ondNKhiil KoodHucurltlea
any sugar locating leak with match. xotlutf mHiie >
gas :: to be held accumulative Children.
: as an -
5-
l OtI I vied In 'Hi'fiirilani'e with Ice '
ioovlui.t..r *
The at
H.FLORIST growing. rainy season comes locating gas leak with candle. ,IUK 'levying of, UtxoK. to bironie a Illlid fund for the redemption of said

exactly the proper time the State Using': match to see if gasoline can for ilio l,*\ niei I ,.b( the 'liitvrest and ledpniii* notes Sec 4 In case of removal for Office over Citizens Bank. I-IIONE 184 '
causeor ''p p243mospd
being almost entirely free from the was empty. lion of such boiidit. resignation. or death of any of

wet winters which retard the ripen- Spark from nail set gasoline' fumeson l'roi>nnliig AinnndmvnM' to tll'CllolIM One ((1). said Trustees the Council shall nil the "
y Cut Flowers and Floral Designs ing sosfrequently in Louisiana. With fire. Mxlwu (HIaud Hevetileen, (17)) of ArlU-l vacancy.Sec. .
Tluoe ((3)) of the C'oimtitutinn of the Slate ofManila. 5. All
Ordinances. or parts P. A. VANS AUNCW w. ..
for all occasions. good !soil and culture wonderfully Gas light in oil room. Kelslliiv to the l eglslstlve Authority thereof. In conflict herewith he. and CKAwromo

t1 Potted Plants and Roses a fine cane can be raised in any part of Lamp in oil room. (,1 I lie Btst 01 K lorlilaB the same are. hereby. repealed ,,TANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW: S
Florida. Cleaning gloves with gasoline .. it Resolved. by the Lt-glHlaturc of the 1.1st. J. M. HANSEUL. '
near
specialty. of FlorIdaThat : President of Council.
the showing made by Capt.
3 From Attest -
:- (Seal) p
lamp.Workman the follow Ing Amendments Portion .
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Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALD WELLTflOMPSON Rose, there seems no good reason washed hands in gasoline -' One ) Section sixteen (itt)and riticllon ttoven J, R. GILBERT.
t why Florida should not become as near stove. tern W11 as amended ol Article Throe (3)) of Clerk City of Klsslmmee. OfflrtM '.I.._ll Cltlrrtis (tank Building .
ho Couitiimton ol the State, Florida' he, and Approved this 4th day of September.
famous for its sugar as for its or- Thawing; out water pipe. A. D. 18JJ. KisSImmee Florida
t agreed shall bu
they are bereity to. and proposed -
anges and its sunshine. Certainly Lamp upset. and wubmlttexl electors of this N. C. BRYAN.

there is a market for sugar. Candle in clothes closet. Stale for approval or rr.n: at tbe next general 17-5t Mayor City of Klsslmmer J-J I>. GEIGER. '

The Manufacturer's Record in eleM'tloti beresftur. "" .11. ro say : .
Oil-soaked .
floor near steam pipe. -
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eftton One (1)I of said AIini.Threo ((3)) ahaill
commenting on the pamphlet by Electric Iron. .on cloth covered be .amended.. aa to read .. follows:
Capt. Rose says that the United stand. Station I. (I) The LcvUlitUve authority ef Notice for Publication. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
{:1 : ,, States annually sends abroad a hun-t this Htele, shall be 'vested In a Letzlnlature eousiNtlng Department of the Interior. U. H. Un'irl < Mllce at
Swinging gas brackets against of a seuate and a Botisti or Repr.w..our.tlvea. .- 4aluavllle.:: I Florida Aoinuit IT. 1K12 Office State Bank
.y
; "1.I' FUNERAL DIRECTOR dred million dollars for sugar the wood. and shall I be designated.: TH K LKUl-iLA- Notice IH hereby given" lli' t Jerrv M Dixon, Building
i i v '-ot.: .. only agricultural product"which we Gas jet set curtains! on fire. TUBE OF IIS BT-AIEOFFLORIDV' but lhapeopie of Alxer Florida who' oo MaroX t.l. 1'011! made Klssimmee Flonda .
I r ,J!>> I,. 1.1 reserve to ti.nsttivn.l Power to propose Homestead Entry, 8vrial No 0524". for .
1 1y" The consumption of KUol! .. . ..
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import. sugar Children ----
fciM with matches. --- ---
"MiM M4 : playing isws suet amendments to the Constitution: of NWV xotiUunft.. Townnhrfi lii South Range M
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.t:,.'V, J',HV",' .. is increasing'' nearly twice aa fast as Stepped on parlor match. the$...., and to enact or reject ,,,,'b laws and Kaat. Isllshaaxw Meridian bas; fiiuJ nntlca of G F. KRIBBS

\ ?1 ':. EMBALMER the production, in spite of the rapid Match head flew into drapery. amendments at the polls independent of theLoglMatnro liitrntlon to make Anal ttve year !proof to.entsbllnh S
: if "TO'Wi; ?.4..LICEN3ED and aim reserve at their own option claim to the land above dencrttxtd. .be.
leV'.J/J'yf'V : "i \!, . growth of the beet .sugar. industry.The Match thrown into wood box. the power to approve or reject at the pulls fore the. Clerk of the < Iresilt <<:OUI'I. at Ktnalm-. ATTORNEr AT .LAVT..- KlSSlMMBB. FLA:,.,
,
'.f' Record says: Match thrown into unclean basement. any act. Item. or seialon of any act. or resole u -. Florida, on the ZUh day of Septenilwr. ,
J.i -x\ i .Opposite Courthouse I "In view of these facts as -to the tion. of the Legwlitiure. ; 1112.\ Examination of Titles a Speciajy,
iiiV The first reserved by tbe people is Jlalrasnt .
power name as wlinemon : .
; advantages of Florida for sugar Cigar dropped into cellar entry. the Initiative::: I and twenty i'AI) per centum of B. H. t.oy..f Whllller Florida..li Notification and payment of 'taxes of

"' rt :\ growing, as to the enormous increase Wall paper over chimney hole. the legal' voters shall have the right to propone \\. McClelland, of Whlttlef. riorrl non-residenta given careful .
"r .n lecuiliitlve, andtwentyfive/ tb, ) C: II 1'.01 ". of /
RJ7 rj KiasutiiEE-: e FLORIDA in in this countryand > measure ( > IC. Aluer Florida. attention. ,
sugar consumption Boards over chimney hole. ovr cmuum shall have thu rlL'ht' proposeainuiWlitJ K. K VMIIl.. <.f Alm-r, KloridH .;
..U the expenditure of over $100- Coals from stove. to the Constitution b':petItion, hENRY. ". < HUll H.Helft."r.. .'
" ,000,000 a which we now pay wood. std] every such petition shall include the luU"JI' .
year Stove unprotected too near
:;t i. *' perM for foreign sugar it is a matter of Stove wall. of the uusHure.. sci proposed ; n __ __ ROBERT G. JOHNSTON .
# pipe through t.> The .(.oOldl".r reserved I. the RefereiulTam -
$$1o or S 2 per Acre nth interest to Florida and, Louisianaand Defective chimney. : end It may he ordered: except aa to
Texas that the government Woodwork near furnace. Ixus necvKhary for the 'immed ate, preservationof fire Signals.:
pulilli health and "., ,1)'. ekhor bv ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEE.
' should do all in its power to encour- Kindling fire with kerosene. |elltlon' 1".1' ;: by twenty ((4))) per centum of ,
I "' '..*. ..P.rd celery ,..:.. Flowlx srtMlssi Ward No. 1. Central
of
age the development of the sugnr industry Using kerosene to quicken stove the leKHl 1 voteni. or by the IxKlHslilre.. ; portion city
l well. ... ..".. S..lrrl..tlo.. H hereinbefore one blast of FLORIDA
14 Th"l"r"hKe lea-si long whistle.
4 "', F 1, f lave....&.**. trood.._1 ..........district. in order that tbe South may fire. stated Shah be betted( upon voters(be total number - Ward -
. .. Isltersist water esid rail tmsisportsitl become the producer of our ever- I Mistaking gasoline for kerosene. of votts (....1..1 Ibe last general, elwtlonfor No. 2. North KisBJrrmee two
,.. r. .m. eMIr liberal contract allows six lone blasts of whi tle. t.OUIS C. MASRSYLate T. rlCTON WAaUX
,
scale the Ktate officer roi-eivlng highest ntimtivr -
i increasing needs on a
1 sugar Ashes wood. Counsel for
near Judge of th.
_..
el
tpy ost Title Bead OaeresteefFrP
I' of votost", .t at tmch e ecllou Ward No. 3. South
." commensurate with its natural advantages : Kiagimmee three Florid R. R. Comm. Criminal Court '
: ...., tria. 4a.ln Ashes in wooden box. b- All ietltlonn I subnutl under the ,
.ij iiower
long blasts of whistle.
, : : 8-tf
:; "' .. for this industry. Smoking in barn of lrt4! ItililHtlve,. shalt be known as "luitlHLlvePetitions. ASSEYi&
", -.1 - Escambia successfullyraise ." and shall filed with the Hecrelsry M WARLJUW
t'1 J -- county can Cigar stub dropped into bedding.Smoker's Jnb : : ,
of State not lens four ( I) months precHilledltiKthe -
; )) .. sugar cane. It should have carelessness. date of the eleftion at whli'h themeamires No. 472Truck farm. This property ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS
> ,. .
'\.' thousands of acres planted instead of Smoking in bed. a o proiioaed are to be voted uou adjoins the city limits just outside AT LAW
I it-t-. as, at present 167. The possibilities suet, ill petition nublnltU-tl under the IIOWHT of where you will not have to
." ; .- Greasy regs. I.... RefcretiUlini shall. .be known as 'Hf-fereu. pay city Practice in all.. the Courts of the stat and of
.' ', The are so great that they should receive Clothes near stove. dum Pi'tltloim." and shall' be flied with tbu taxes, contains 61) acres, fine flowing; the United States also, before the Florida RaH. j

,.: J the most careful considerationof Burning sulphur to fumigate. I>( 'rel.ry of Htate not more than sixty 'fld) daysafter well, splendid soil and in high state of road Commtaaton. and th. Interstate Commarae
.
? ,: : : our farmers.-Pensacola Journal. Burning rubbish near building. the Legislature the\final adjournment, which sliall of have the ,pasned sessliMi the'of cultivation. Can be bought at a bargain Commission.ll-M CBAKLIUITOM BLDG. I

{ r' ATLANTA.SEMIWEEKLY Bonfire watched. I price including ORLANDO. FLA. .
f ':: not measure to which the referendum Is apjuued.the present growing ._ Miy, ;
e + + -c + + Fire works. tiling Of a Koferendiiiu Petition. against crop, on easy terms of payment We --- -

Are you guilty of any of these care- shall any Hem.not prevent or section the ol remamder any act or of resolution such meaiturt will introduce you to the owner and you A_NDREW JOHNSON ;t t

: 4 SUGGESTIONS FOR > less practices or of tolerating hazardous > from becoming I effective; can deal direct with him. This property

+ PAVING BROADWAY. conditions ? If you are needlessly (161) Any measure or amendment lo the. Constitution is desirably located splendid soil anda ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAvt '..
proposed. under the Initiative, and
you contribute to the immense fire any measure to wllluh the. Referendum Is applied money maker. Will Practice in all Court .

JOURNAL + . + : + + + + + + + . + .c'. + waste and consequent destruction of shall bo referre.i u> a vote of the quail 24-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. State and Federal ,
wealth. Be careful! ned electors of the Htnte. slid shall "become a
< law when approved by a majority of the voles Office adjoining Broadway '
:; Referring to the Valley Gazette of cant thereon, and neon ,proclamation of the Citizens. Bank KisaimmeeP. -1'

The Biggest Newspaper August 9th the street committee Governor. and not otherwise" : Choice Vacant Lot. ----- .- --- -
The veto of the Governor shall -
Truck Farm for Sale. ((7)) power .
wants ideas on parking Broadway. not extend to Initiative or Kefereudu measures No. 470-'This choice lot i is locatedone H. JKNKIMS a. a. weOOHAM

: t. ; in. the South I will -try to draw the street com No. 467.-$3,000 secures a six-room approved bv a majority of the qualifiedelector's block west of the court house-on .

mittee's attention to nature's beautyas I cottage located on lot containing two ; Emmett & WOODHAM
,
1 \ (XI) The reservation of the power of the street. in best resident sec JENKINS
.t' .. it should be seen. Kissimmee is of land within three blocks of
c' j acres Initiative snd Referendum In this Article tion. Has frontage ot 73 feet on t.m!
The regular price of The Atlanta in a sub-tropical location and to the center of the city. This is a fine shall not dwprlve. the Legislature of the right mutt lreet. extending back 147J' feet.

I Semi-Weekly Journal is 75 park Broadway ( La Plaza de Kissimmee (garden proposition with two artesianand ure lo repeafauy, which may law be propone consistent, or psse with any the mean Constitution Few orange and grapefruit trees on SURVEYORS 5/5

,- f cents a year. If :you will send us ), I shall use the palm as part wells on the property if properly of the State and of the fulled' Hlalea; the lot. On sewer and water lines. A Kisaimmee Florida' f

also so eucalyptus and a few cacti cultivated crops should pay for the (0)) Tbe Legislature shall make 'suttab'e' provisions bargain $050.011..
: :: .
: your order, you can get I for carrying Into effect the provlalous -
I' and agave. I will start with the place within two years. A cash propo of this Section 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. -S

largest the palm Washingtona kition. That Mention Sixteen ((16) of amid Article

A The Klsslmmee Robusta grpws to a 100 feet or more.Wuhing1.on 18-tf H. M. BREAKER Co. Tbree (1)) shall be amended so as to read ss follows MONEYBROKER
1 ( : Big Bargain In a Home.
Filifera a weeping .
Section ll> Each law enacMd. whether by
: Valley GazetteS palm, the petioles stout smooth and No. 466.It certainly is exasperatingto the Legislature.. or by the people. under the In.ttatlve Splendid new six room house just In- New York Syndicate will Finance .

; five to six feet long; the palm sea- see an opportunity of making big shall embrace. but oue subject andmelter side city limits fine deep well lot contains Railroada. Water. ElectrA ..''nl..1'1_ ,
and then not be able to properly connected theiewtth. which two of ground good bar. irrigating Bonda. Stocks. A e. $100.- -,
S the forthia elegans from Queensland quick money subject shsil be briefly exure aed In the title' acres new 000.00 and up. F. THOMAeON..
: '' New South Wales is a feather palm take hold of It. We can't buy all the and no .law shall 1 be amended or revised to :us barn wagon and buggy sheds and aU Sou. Re&>_fAoth,.. KlssiMMsUk fit. s.

rsc: 'Atlanta }5eml-Weekly the' most beautiful of all the palm good things we see, and we are willingto or title section only: ; but aa ,amended In such: ,case shah the be sot.re-enacUKl as revised and under good truck new fence. Fine locationfor
them to friends. small ranch.
family. Palm Phoenix dactyjifera\ pass along our published length. garden or poultry

; produces the famous dates of com Here's a sure:one-113 acres all plattedand Thai Mention Seventeen ((17)) of said Article This is a fine proposition where you

". Journal merce. It requires a .strong alkaline ready for sale in five and ten acre Three. (::1)!) shall be amended so ..to read as fop will have the freedom of the country,

; soil; you should have to add fertilizerto tracts located within 13> miles of our Iowa Hectlon" 17 Every!: bill paiwod liy the Legls.Isture . yet close enough to enjoy all the advan-

both one :v..r produce that kind of soil to make passenger depot, on and in close proximity shall be read by Its. title on Us first tages of the city such as splendid high E. S.

the palm shine in all its glory. The to the best hard road in Osceola reading In either House, unless one-third of school best markets, churches, etc. KIMBER
the .members present desire It read by aeetlons.
Phoenix sylyestus is a wild date palm county. We are offering the tract in a Kvery bill shall be read on three several Price 1500.

fOR"ONLY $1.75Scadin soil\ will suit. body at a very attractive price. No days, unless two-thirds the members present 24tf H. M. Breaker &Co. Expert Repairer of

your further expense necessary to place it when such bill may be trending shall dee _. ._
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The Phoenix caaarie&ais is1 the ----
5 most It expedient: to dispense with this rule. Xvervbill '
\.. L on the market in small tracts. See us. shall be read Its Its second Watches <-
T . i .,, graceful and handsome. The palm by sections on Registration Books. Clocks -
SJ 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. ' and on 'Its final "": its ,
J : jubaea, the honey palm of Chili, the = reading two-third I r-.h'-: ;
; ; jpur$:} Subscrip- palm .Cycaa revoluta, the sago palm -- -- present In the House where inch bill may be The Reai.tntlonBookl_ of this coon-: Jewelry 'Et-

,' -. , I thY U ::nnquestinably a magnificent Nice Home Close to Lake. vending' snail deem It expedient to dispense ty will fee- .open on the first Monday in ,
with ibis rule. The vote the final
on
I. : tonRIglit J( Away palm. There is only:, one bad point No. 460-A new 5-room cottage, two of every. bill or joint resolution shall be passage.taken. August, and will close the second Saturday CITIZENS BANK BLD'G' .
against It-it is hard to transplantand by yeas sod nave, tu be entered oa the. Journalof .
large lots. 60x164 feet each. splendidwell each House; Provided, That any general revision in October. The books wilL} be
: be shaded- for. GROUND FLOORKISSIMMEE
must \ .
a
or
*.tJJa.... '..I t. 1M Adutar year of artesian water, fifteen bearing: of tbe eLtlre laws embodied In any bill the '
the office
at of Registrar
4 lV. more to acclimate it. The palm tress. Call and see thia propo- shall. not be required "to be read by sections kept on I., '

L Se klyJe rm L. Cocos Australia" from Paraguay sition.orange Price $1.100.' upon Its final passage with and lla reading may bewholly Man( street S .FLORIDA'if I

common name cocoanut palm; th__ 24tf H. M._Breaker ft Co. A majority' dispensed of the. members by a present two-thirds. lo vote.each 81 tf, C-W ,OZlrrINwRegistray.,. '" _ V . ;,,4.S

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I feot.' Blue Grass Salad Dressing -. REGULAR WEEKLY SESSION It Is the experience of calomel users I Just a few that we.are, offering this month at unusually attractive prices ....
.,....._ of the .
;,-_.- &c. that U they take enough drug I -
1' 1 bot; Dove Prepared Mus- PROMINENT CITIZENS to have the desired effect, it seriously and on terms that will make :you almost ashamed to accept.:, j

tard ._......J;_._. 6c PASS AWAY. interferes with their work the 'day I '" " ---- .1 r:!f p
'1' bot. Little, Dandy Chow -' after. But this' is the least Import.. Right new eight, room' house, There are, only a few, strictly good fence around It. About five I IJ'Vf:'>, ,,' 11

Pickles ._..-._-._ 6c The Veterans' Association 'met in ant item drug for,and calomel acts is'9n often the system a dangerous strictly modern and one of ,the high class, close In, vacant, lots acres is large, full\' bearing orange ';j'j' '

Best Butter In,Town., G. A. R. hall September,.14, at 2:80 violently. very best finished houses!in town 'In this city for sale.1 ,All of these grove, in good health/ condition. ,;-

1 io"lb p.. m., with President Scriber in the Don't take chances i with'calomel.. located on one of the. principal ,are being offered.worth t .'money,' Close to railroad and a good town. /. '

., Granulated Sugar:_.$LOO chair ,.Song'America-prayer"Lead: Get a bottle of the pleasant'safe and V streets;dose in, good'sidewalk,'lot but some few are.being offered for, This grove, If properly cared for, '
8 gaL Kerosene Oil._...-... 65 president. Song by the choir,. perfectly harmless Dodaon's Liver e
75x117 is for itself In three
Kindly Light." This a home you can very much)eal than they are'actually -- ,will easily pay I
3 cans' Kidney Bea ._............ _26! ..Minuteaoflast-meeting' -were''read Tone calomeL, guaranteed Instead of jtake making the.you place feel of be proud of. worth. If yow want ''one' of seasons,* Can. be bovlght on fiery

Our Cereal. Are Fresh. and of approved.five On motion a to committee form- worse the next day it makes you feel New ten room house, modern in these bargains, get busy NOW.. easy'terms..

- Karo Syrup _..___ 100 resolutions and were make appointed such arrange for better no-:remedy'and you' in actually the whole are better world every respect, on paved street, They will make, big money as an Forty'acres :-of land, with ten' 'h

Bail mead Jelly lOc ments as are ne for'a Veter- livens up the liver, regulates the and in what i. considered the best investment.We acres of, very: fin.' -orange and

i Peanut Butter ______lOc and 16c ans' Association dense, to be held in bowels and really rejuvenates the residence section of the city. have all kinds 0(' cheaper'' grape/fruit grove,'good house and ,,

i. We I Sell Prunes. the composed near of future.: Messrs The Stewart committee, White is system You are any the better sole judge than this of its dose.'merits. Large lot, 150x300 feet., You lots, good quality, but further other;[out' building on',it. Has already .

6 can. Potted Ham ____u__ 26c and Yeager; M.esdames Williams and The Kisaimmee Drjig: Co., is fully authorized must go through this propertyand : made the owner 'Independ-!
1 Depew. A collection was taken for to hand back get the price, before out.This cut and he now wishes to retire'e.Admirably ,
can Veal Loaf _____,_ 16e you your money you can past summer we have been, '
ice, amounting to $1.08. Mr. Grimm without if it fails to located, close to town,
3 question please realize what a really great bar- prospecting ,
cans Corned Beef Hash .. 25c brought in the hall a fine bunch of around over this andadjoining a
you-and relieve you. ,gain it is. Will almost double in good high school and churches., .
counties' looking
Fine Line Dried Fruits. bananas. The following program was Remember, if you feel constipated up'
in of Mrs. Ansbaugh 1.- value in the next few Will of land, right on.
charge : and bilious, what you need Dodson's years. snaps in the way of orange groves. Seventy acres
,at Song, "Highland Laddie," Mr. and Liver Tone. A large bottle and a be sold on very easy terms, witha Here are a few of the! choicestones railroad, close to station,' school
Mrs. Depew; 2---Reading of thaDaper good guarantee for '60 cents from small payment down. : and church, and about seven acres

WEST KISSIMMEElAYIOjTS ''The Veteran'by Mrs. Ausbaugh Enterprise."entitled Program -, The Kissimmee Drug Co., Good eight room house, right Five acres grape frup grove, of the finest grove In'thl. 'section-//* ,
whlcb'doem"t '
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will:"be in it. Has old house
next Saturday chargeof TO ALL SUB-EXCHANGES, ASSOCIATIONS on paved street, in one of the best coming two years old,, close to on '
Mrs. Wentworth.
but beautiful*
Rev. Hackett, pastor of the Presby. AND SPECIAL SHIPPERS. sections of the city.. House has beautiful lake and on the best of amount to much I a .
house also .
Good packing ,,
yard.
terian church, will. preach next Sun. recently been overhauled and put citrus frut land. Also five acres '

day morning on. "Making a living and Tampa, Florida, in first class shape. This house of raw land to go with this grove on the' premises. '
making a life," and in the evening September 13, 1912. of the' above' listed ,
will pay for itself in a few years if purchaser wants it. Grove is in Every one +
the topic will be "How much better aterms
Phone 250 Quick Delivery then is a man than a sheep?" Gentlemen: 1II'atch'for fruit as a rental proposition, and can splendid growing condition, has ,properties! can be bought on easy

George L. Sawyer and Nelson Rus- I Keep close green Association be bought on the best of, terms, always been well cared for and some of them on very easy I;
leI Kissimmee and I shipments. Any. Sub-Exchange, term' "<-Eaeh and 'every' one, is' .'
of
spent-Monday becoming very small payment down, and will bear quite a little fruit next "
Tuesday in H. C. Sandford's store at or Special Shipper balance on long time. season. a bargain"in 'its'clais-: course'we
of the fact that anyone,
St. Cloud, helping Mr. Ferguson take aware
have other similar
account of stock and get ready fora either In or out of the Florida Citrus Good eight room house, newly Twenty acres landall cleared many properties -> I '
new line of fall goods. Exchange, It preparing to ship fruitIn painted large verandas beautiful for sale,' .. \ aiM, all' kinds'of
Nartoossce Democrats! and well fenced about 'six acres r
Josh Kiasimmee adopted at unimproved lands ..mone'which'
Ferguson was a violation of the standard shade ,
trees of oak and
magnolias, of full bearing several
orange grove
A meeting for organization of a Democratic visitor on Thursday last Gainesville on August 16th. 1912, will are two or three splendid small tt
Mrs. Morrison and and half block of ground. This acres young trees, just budded
baby are reported -
Immediately notify this office colonization and
proposition
Club will be held at the schoolhouse please one'
to be improving. property wifl( be sold at very little to orange and fruit. '
and address of the ship grape '
the
of name the' and timberpropositions'
of best
i at Narcooasee Saturday, August .turpentine'
Lemeul Griffin has bought two lots
to violate above the actual value of the land, splendid quality of high citrus
17 1912, at o'clock in the afternoon. north of his residence on Kentucky per or packer preparing so In the. State, Writ'r
this law. in order that we may take and on very easy terms. land, clote to school, church and '
and has them cleared and in what want and if
All Democrats of the precinct are avenue n* for you we
Immediate steps to have Inspectors railroad, and in a splendid com-
urged to be present and sign the roll. fine shape. Good five room cottage on paved haven't it, we will find it'Sort yon.
B. Daniels who has beenon ready to inspect, test andprosecute ,
Mrs. A. posted munity. One of the best
M. D. TIN DALL.. the sick list for a few days, is such shipper, as every street, pretty well out, but in a have to offer. very If interacted in,any of tbe.;,aboT.

mprovinjc. bit of the machinery and 1 thickly settled part of /the city snaps we propositions, write us for fuller ,l

Henry Epple, on Carolina avenue, power of the Florida Citrus Exchange and will be sold at a bargain, and Ten acres of splendid quality description, very lowest, price'anel,.:

Is improving his home with a fresh shall be at the disposal of the on easy terms. citrus fruit land, all cleared and" best terms. ";/; _
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Get the HabitOF coat Mr.of and paint.Mr: -Arthur Lambert left State Commissioner of Agriculture to t __ ___ u__ - -- --- e..
assist him in seeing to It that this "
on Saturday for the middle West.
SMOKING A
REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fletcher! have Immature Fruit Law Is rigidly observed DOWNING REALTY
CO.
rented and will move soon into the In the State of Florida. .

Shearer bungalow, corner of Maryland The standard established at Gainesville . re
avenue and Eleventh street. \Is sufficiently low to work no ROOMS 6 & 7 STATE BANK BUILDING KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, .'
Mr. Dann is moving: his groceryto hardship on any one, and unless the r.
Sold at all stores who want Kissimmee this week. Fruit comes up to this standard. It ..
n A the best for their customer F. E. Williams, contractor, moved will certainly not be fit to put Into }
his household goods to his new bungalow g
consumption, and every orange, grower
Look for Union Label.
on New York and Eighth street
of Florida, whether
State
I the
In ------
last week. - ------ -- -
I1 W. G. King spent Wednseday in members of the Florida Citrus
.
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Orlando on business.Mr. Exchange or .
------1 Wentworth, on Carolina ave- aid and work to suppression of ----- 1

nue, has been on the sick list for a this traffic In order that.Florida. may ; '" ,
few dav reap this year the full benefits of the ? is the main Question and should always,be '

The Home Lynn Daugherty is ,improving his opportunities she has to bring Into IST' TITLE GOOD a disinterested authority. .. '
house Maryland avenue with afresh '
coat on of paint. the state the biggest amount of mon TeTrrLE GUARANTY CO. th i
for citrus and reestablish -
paid crop
C. M. Reynolds, who lives in the ey ever
Bakery east end of town, has just purchased for all time her supremacy will search and examine the title to the land which you are adout to purchase. In :. ill-

a one and a quarter acre plot and In the markeu'of the world as the Osceola County, or elsewhere in Florida and if found to be good will.,guarantee'you ;: ",,' '

contemplates building and improving producer of the finest citrus fruits against loss by reason of mortgages, liens, unpaid, taxes and adyers.c1a1ml.., ', ....

immediately.' crown anywhere' ]It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against Investments In im.., "
is being thoroughly overhauled, The of the exterior of Col.!
painting Very truly yours/ I
Sterrit a house on the lake front by FloridaCitrus Exchange, perfect titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the issue .

renovated and more modernly Mr.. Miller, has made a marked improvement W. Temple, General Manager. of our TITLE POLICY pr Guaranteed Certificate. of Title. "' < ' t dJ. }j '.
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equipped to meet.the.crowing and the grounds are also 89-lt ItY1q,1); ) .,,'

demand of the public for its Albritton.being put in fine condition by Enoch Tie Title Guarantee Company doe a General Abstract BOUBCM throughout. tie State of Florida;? .I ..
!
N. L. Edwards; who has purchasedtwo HELP THE KIDNEYS .' Abstract to City and ,County Property made and delivered_o. abort aotke.* .:t]fryjsjjI < < .

BREAD PIES rs CAKESWe lots on New York avenue, north ,
of the railroad, had them cleared! up !
last week, which is a great improve- KISSIMMEE READERS A'l R E TITLE I GUARANTY COMPANY'C..d '

especially invite the patron- ment to the street. -- - *IOO OOO< ----------- '"'
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LEARNING THE WAY.
Misses O'Berry, Peacock, Fisher -y.
age of the ladies of Kismmmee and Canning; Messrs. Alderman, CARROL,,D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary V. R. JUDSON, Treasurer .' ,

knowing: they will be more than Aultman and Dutton, from Kissimmee I Its the little kidney ilU- TOOMER& REYNOLDS, General Counsel 'I

pleased with our goods. were over on Monday afternoonto Home Office, Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. Branch Office, Kissimmee, Fla.
The lame, weak or aching: back-
and attended dancein .
K bathing a LEWIS 'BRY AN. Manager Kisaimmee Branch jI.
J. H. REED, Proprietor. the Uttz hall in the evening. The unnoticed urinary disorders- '
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James Walden has his new house That lead to dropsy and Bright's "

i nearly completed on his one and one- disease. rN
I quarter acre plot, east of town.
Calvin Mills died Monday night. When the kidneys are sick, - - .- ------ ----,- ..
I Mr. Mills had been sick only a short Help them with Doan's Kidney PillsA ;.9<:(1 :

I I while. His niece, Mrs. Powers, from remedy especially for sick kid-
Why is a meat man like a wood i I Winter Haven was with him during I ,

I sawyer? \ i his illness.J. W. Pruym corner Michigan' neys.Ooan's have been curing kidney I ..:

I avenue and Sixteenth street, died troubles lot; 50 years.
1 Wednesday morning at his home. Endorsed by 30,000 peopleendorsed -
\ Funeral services :
i Wednesday evening at home.
'" I, in charge of Rev. Mr. Hackett, pastor I
tr of the Presbyterian church. Proof in a Kissimmee citizen'sstatement.
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I c.+++++. +4 0080 Pb .a M. Cosner, Muffett street, Kissimmee .,

o Fla., says: "I feel justified in \

IO I < ALGEK NEWS. giving Doan's Kidney Pills my endorsement ""',
for I know from personal r
o + asficoo dooao+ aaa
I experience that this remedy acts justas ,
II this represented. I took Doan's Pills -
The Valley Gazette ,
I appears
1 when I was suffering from backacheand :
week with Old Splinter.again on deck.
kidney complaint and I received
Every two or three weeks he insure "
1 to and tell the news of his great benefit.
appear For sale by all dealers. Price 60 .
little town.
The weather in thi. city is at pres- cents. Foster-Milburn, Co., Buffalo United' ,hs ,mrC
New York sole for the _
agents
Because he saws,and chops for a s i eat very windy, quite a few showersare
living! forming over the Gulf and few States.Remember' the nameDoan'sandtake
predict a storm.
- -- t I Mr. and Mrs. Noah Yates and no other. C '4-

daughter, Miss Callie Yates, of Canoe 39-2t 1r'
When have good wholesome .
you Creek, spent last week in this city

1 life sustaining, strength giving with relatives While they were in Modern Home for Sale. q.
town Mrs. F. G. Willis gave in honorof
MEATfor her grand-daughter, Miss Callie No. 469-New modern 6-room house. you want to look'at or buy the cheapest Farm Implements irt town
Yates, an enjoyable dance. It lastedall located on Emmett street, one block
night and all had quite a nice west of court house Electric lights, for' t.he. money, just drop around to the Osceola Hardware Company '
need but
a meal, you really bath toilet and lavatory. Lot 147x ;

little else The furbelowsand time.Mr.. L. L. Fertic and family moved 1474 feet. Several young orange and Good ,goods big values square dealings. '
the This
back in town last week. His wife grapefruit trees in yard.

frills are all right, and daughter left a few days ago to resident property section is located of the in the city,very close best to
few weeks n Mulberry for
spend a
eourt house and business
Buttl -- their health.A postofflce ,
'
crowd the last section. Price 3700. Terms on part. .
spent day Friday '
H. M. Breaker & Co. -
Oh You Porterhouse! fishing at the cabbage bridge. All Utf. -
had a fine time and are talking of
Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine
going again soon. \ *t
1,J "- Mrs. T. J. Willis left Saturday for Company has accepted the agency for
i Olney whre she will spend a week the Cartercar, one of the most wonderful -
) BASS with her daughter, Mrs V.: S. Pad- ears of the age, and will in a few OsceolaHardwiir.e.'Cd
) RULL days have a shipment of these cars on ..

- -. cett.Mr. J .M. Dixon has just returned hand which they will take pleasure in .' ", \, a
I 1
... from a business trip to St. Clend. showing to'all.. 15tfFOR.RENTsigns '\," ..
MARKET Mr..Moore is fast,improving a nice -i.i 6*
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t SPLINTER, office, 10 cents each. I .c
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il Splendid Line ofERCHANDISE j I ,Ady"rtl_....m .. tMr4 ..4.e tM. a..4 .t Ik. ...t'-'wr 11'1... SALE BY a aI

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( '!Ii ; !HiHi ------ .. -. MrsSummers ,
/.. !Y ,;,f'" I Yi FOIL( SALEFOR FOR RENT-Old Mate bank building, ,
on Darlington avenue; four rooms
li' ;j SALE-$3500 will buy v. and bath upstairs three rooms below. -
Hi I E. G. Van. Agnew Agent. 24-tf 30 acres on good road near Kissim
ble property in the heart of KUsim-
10acres in
met cultivation, a' variety t
Ij i ; HiHi;r mee, now paying about 14 per cent.,, FOR RENT FurnlsheJ house, new of young fruit trees farming implements '
:; - j on the ,above. amount. Enhancing and equipped with all.modem con-' .and lire stock Good fived
rf I in value every day. II. M. Breaker. veniences. Will rent to an adult room house, barn etc.; cheap. -
: c' HiHi I I & Co. .. 89tf family for the winter or by the 20 acre., 2 miles from Kissimmee! ,
!fi'\ 1- year. Contain fifteen rooms, half cleared flveroomhouse
j. ; deep i
1i
i MULES: MULES-If sold before handsomely furnished throughout. well, barn etc.;
/i : ALL CLEAN NEW Hi Saturday night, September 21; one Address Mrs. Kulp, Church street, 20 acres fenced and cross fenced; II
: HiHi being heavy team, worth $450 to Kissimmee. Fla. S&tf 400 peach, 400 orange, also pears
I go at $350; one light team worth and bananas. This can all be culti- '
.I' !Ii $325, to go at $250 for sale by C. FOR RENT-Upper and lower flats, vated; a decided bargain.
.: j UP-TO-DATE Frost Proof, Fla. 39-lt 4 rooms and bath ideal
!Ii YiN I W. Brown ; location. 900 acres on which are 3 acres 16
G. F. Parker.
N /''" 37tf year old grape fruits averaged last
-f r 'At.t',': !x HiHi!' FORTY INDIAN Runner Duck., I FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat year 5 boxes to tree; 6 acres old
,,\ '.4' I...... ; i 1 early spring hatch, now ready for with! aU city conveniences. Apply to orange grove, averaged 5 boxes to
i HiHi | the egg harvest D. H. Riggan,39tf W. B. Harris Gazette office. tf tree last year A beautiful little-

i MESSALINE delicate color*.-36 in. wide, $1.00 per yard I lake on this tract; borders also on '
Silks Silks ; FOR SALE-Pair mares., weight 2600.J. small ake; 2 deep wells; a new 4-
I hade and SOc yard W. Miller. fib tf MISCELLANEOUS room house and barn
!Ii JAPONIKA in all tbe pretty 25 per HiHi ; an old 4-room
house '
-- - - and barn; only $35 per acre. /
!Ii ___ . _ FOR SALE d milk cow now WADE the tuner. Orlando. 10 acres fenced, 3 acres in cultiva-
'! HiHi I giving two gale a day. Address BOARD-If you want good board' tion; 5-room house deep well; very \.

!x You can get what you want from our immense stock of I, box 292, Kissimmee, Fla. 38tf with good cooking and plenty of cheap.20 acres nearstation; 5 acre ww}''

i, FOR SALE-!.Fine large guavas fl.OO it clean; where everything is new and cleared; some fruit trees; cheap;.
x PONGEE SA TINE SOISETTE .1 per crate. R. G. Masking, Winter ventilated; large rooms with well lighted and house; only $1200. -
Hi ; running water
I 30 acres fine-muck land bordering
Haven, Fla. 38-7tpd
(hot and cold with bath goodview
)
; ; lake
oq ; 20 acres cleared $3200.
FOULARDS RIPPLETTE i HiHi I' FOR SALE-2 h. p. International office of and lake business; convenient to post- 20 acres improved for ;only $2500. 71
; part of town
; 10
Harvestergasoline engine, in good acres improved:! for only $1200.
Hi i I I order. Will sell at a sacrifice rates $6.00 and $7.00 per week; apply 5 acres prairie muck, near Kisim-
running
x to Mrs. L. R. Farmer, first mee, $100 .
per acr*
GALATEA GINGHAMS PERCALES if taken at once. Apply at block
I on Mabette street, the brick ""'
HiHi Gazette office. 37tfR. house. 88tf A Few Select City Propositions.. ,'(

i x CAUCOS'Ii D. WARING &: CO. will rent yeu A 9-rooin house fiery n ar in $3000
MADRAS a house. 19-tf MISS PETRIE will resume the exercises An. 8-room house, bath toilet.
T Hi of her Kindergarten and Primary kitchen, sink, 1.
WE-Ha ye lisied some of the most desirable School September 9th. Sum- A 6-room house for$17pi0ri. 2500. ,

A, i x We have a beautiful line of Draperies at 7c, 10c, 14c, 18c, 25c a yard HiHi the city and lowest property county prices,on which the to be market we obtained.offer both at DO mer YOU street.want money_ on long time 37tf and A An 6-room 8-room house house for for$1300.$2,000.

.Hi; . Yi There is no padding of prices by us, easy terms to buy or build house, A 4-room house, >4 block, for $900.
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6-room house /4 block for .
of property sold at exact or payoff' mortgage that you are $2000.A
; x Short lengths in Ginghams Percales Madras at 7c and 8c a yard HiHi every price piece plaeed on it by the owner. raying a nigh rate of interest on T
Write us your requirements and we write J. F. Willson State 6-room house for $1400.
-- will do our best to please you, by Agent Provident Home Association, A 5-room house for $1500.
!ff1 y 1w showing just the kind of property you Tampa .Fla. _ ___ _35-tf An 8-room house for $3500.
!Ii' We haven't the space to enumerate all, but will take pleasure in showing our new stock Yi'Ii desire. H. M Breaker & Co. 24-tf FOR finest ,.Hones Ornamental Shrubs A 4-room house for $1300.

.. and Greenhouse Plants call\ on "The A 7-room house, plastered, city
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FOR RENT Floript," Miss Jean Caldwell, Church water, on entire block two-thirds of
I IIi street Phone 83: which is planted in bearing
34 tf
t. x. TOWELSI TABLECLOTHS NAPKINS TABLECOVERSH.C.STANFORD grape fruit and located
DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til. t tangerines;
I ler. BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream best in on good Street $::1))>00.
i HiHi town. Kiasimmee Drug Co. 31-tf Residence and business Iota,
-- -- -- orange
R. D WARING & CO. will rent your MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and groves a !specialty
house for yon. 19-tf] we will get A drink of the best soda I
HiHi water made. 31-tf
FOR RENT!; Two rnOlh'rnlats./ with -
CO. I all city convenu.licet*. Apply at the I PLACE your order for Roses Shrubs Mrs SummersLakeview
HiHi Gazette; office. 20-tf 1 and Trees for fall and winter planting Mary
I with Miss Jean Caldwell Florist.
FOR RENT OR SALE: Two-story store phone. 8.S.: 34-tf Cottage Peifield, Near CIdl'!, <
.i HiHi building on Brack street. North Kis- - .
liimmf'e. li. Stanford.tf : JOIN OUR CO-OPERATIVE COLONY -
x KISSIMMEE I FLORIDA C. _ located near Tampa on S. A. L.
1 I FOR RENT Residence, 9 I rooms and RaIlway. Members get land at a fraction FURNISHED ROOMS for rent cards
!Ii !HiHi bath blocks from Postoftlce. Paved of the usual coat.: Large number for sale at the Gazette office.
": !fi street. Laree verandas both upper of allotments taken and new town
and lower. Ideal location. Possession building. For information address N. Intelligence and
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HiHi For the"next Cape Breeze, on the Shore of Lake Tohopekaliga 3 2 :-._i'.- 60x185 60x185 : . 400 400 HiHi

( 4 50x186 .. 400 ?.
I !fi; 'ar 5 n_ -_ n 50x185 __ .. 400 31
8 50x185 400 Hi
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lt 16 ..100x110 750 J2
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a'' 9aowwev 24 .:-:-- 76x150 :..: 500::

yx ... Yi .. 25 .._.__ 75x150 _____ 500
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