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 27, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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,ATTEND MOCK TRIAL i ir LANDS, PURCHASED. '

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AT COURT HOUSE TONIGHT BUYERS ARE' M'KOY''UND CO.. "r ,


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DISTINGUISHED LAWYERS SECURED I .. I PRINCIPAL SELLING OFFICESOF .j

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TRIAL OF DISTINGUISHED J JI. OPENED,IN'KISSIMMEE '* '0

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The mock trial at the coyrt\ House + : The remaining-lands of the Prosper

this. evening, beginning: at 8 o'clock, S'I I Colony Co..comprislng some 22,.'
fs> to be an event. that will elicit such 000 acres have been bought from that
interest as has seldom been shown .
which ,,
company by a company was recently -
in any public event in Kissimmee. organized and chartered as The'

All arrangements for the trial have McKoy Land Co. .
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been completed, and the fun will begin The transaction has been pending v- "" ',

at 7:30: this. evening when the for several weeks, and was broughtto

parade of the contesting; sides, the a close in Orlando the latter partof
Whites and the Blues will start from '
last week. of\
portion
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t the band stand, headed by the Kissimmee I. Pullman Car, anJ Party that Lmft KiuimnA Tuesday. for Colmmkia College at LfJt City I the lands are locate Orange coun-<
Concert Band, and will' \ march I several thousand acres are in' '\
through the principal streets. Osceola '
county, some of it on the edge:,
The parade will be a spectacularevent of the limits of Kissimmee. ' I \

and will attract much at.t ntlon. BIG MORTGAGE ISRECORDED CITY ADVERTISES It is the purpose of the new com
The opposing will be :
companies I pany to sell small farms and large .
dressed full regalia, showing their II I tracts,>according to demand. The \

colon, and each company will be HERE!; FOR PAVING BIDS tract which lies near Kisslnune is in. .. ".
"iRiadeo by its captain bearing transparencies I Section. 17, and some' of this'wilt' ''r; .
H with legends indicative of I probably be disposed of In. town lot;' ,'
the spirit In which the membership t \ i parcels. _,'

...' contest has been waged. This procession The old Prosper Colony Co., has'' :. '
4 $ will lead the way to the court UNION CYPRESS CO MORTGAGORLANDS I I.NEARLY 30,000 FT. TO BE LAID been completely obliterated' a living -', V';

'11- house, where Captain Arthur E. Don- entity except for.the retention of- :

'? egan of the Blues, is to be arraigned an interest in the new 'company .bT {' '. :',i

.K.. on a charge-of criminal libel. OF THE COMPANY LIE IN' CONDITIONS GOVERNING BIDS Braxton' Beacham Orlando" The ,' i
The will be.narshaled
distinguished prisoner organization the new >company' : -(
*+. in the parade in chains BREVARD AND OSCEOLA APPEAR IN LEGAL NOTICE was completed some time ago, and is h

and under heavy guard. A special COUNTIES AND PLANTIS APPROVED BY COUNCIL officered as follows. E. A. McKoy, '.
venire of jurymen has been summoned I president; Braxton Beacham vice a
totry the case, and thevcruirt has AT MELBOURNE. I II I MEETING TUESDAY president; A. C. Symmes secretary '.,'
been organized as follows: and treasurer; A. R. Wrenn manager "
Judge--Col. Andrew Johnson. .-- -, MT. 'W1'enn-"Wttt'be'tiTcharge-of the -' - .'
Counsel for the prosecution S. I A mortgage for $125,000 was recorded j jI Proceeding without delay to carry'lout ) arrangements for'opening the offices'of .1
in the office of the clerk of I the plan of having sidewalks laid' the will .t
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher. jI I company. They probably' ,o'', ,) ,
Osceola county this week. I under direction of the City Engineer' of the that .
Counsel for the defense-U. S. Sen- secure some rooms are 'I:
ator Nathan P. Bryan. The giving of the mortgage is i' I by the city, the Council Tuesday even. now being occupied by the' Hunter t\

Sheriff-D. R Blenis. brought about by the issue by the j ing received a report from the Engineer Land Co., as a part of the 'force of "
Clerk--John M. Lee. Union Cypress Co. of gold bonds to covering the linear frontage on" that company will be transferred to "
,
the amount of to be known I I CHARLES A CARSON. .
Bailiff-Lonnie P. Dann. $125,000 I each street which required sidewalks. the home office in Minneapolis. ;

f Witnesses for the prosecution: W. as first mortgage bonds, bearing interest President Hoard of Trustees of Columbia College.Mr. The report of the engineer was adopted The McKoy Land Co U capitalized fet ."
at the rate of six cent. ,
L. Winn, S. J. TripUtt, H. C. Stan- per per as the official scheme and is incorporated $130,000. It is headed by Mr. Me- -f
ford, Lewis O'Bryan, Dozier Leitner. annum payable semi-annually. in the legal advertisement Orleans, who has made'a 'I
The first bonds, running serially Carson takes interest in the educational toiMo. .
Witnesses for the defense: G. F. I great work which appears elsewhere in this fortune in the turpentine businessand .,
Parker, H. I D. Geiger, S. W. Downing, from 1 to 50 inclusive mature Sept. under the direction of the Florida Baptist Convention, of whichhe issue of the Gazette. whose mature judgment and] -i:
1, 1914 the second lot from 51 to
T. M. Murphy, J. 1). Woodbeck, W. J. 100 inclusive; mature Sept. 1, is also the president. lie was born in Macon County, Ga., The Council advertises for bids on backing when identified with any enterprise ''!'
feet of sidewalks to be
Sears 1915'1 November 10 1862 and graduated from Mercer 29,299 con- mean much for its success
and the third lot from 101 to was Universityin
G. F. Parker will be grand structed according to specification Mr. Is the
Judge McKoy proprietary manufacturer ,
rffarshal f the parade.As clusive mature March 1. 1916. 1880, achieving A. B. and A. M degrees. He taught three to be furnished by the City Engineer.The of the famous McKoy tur'
bonds are of the denomination of j years and served as president of the Butter Female College and bids are to be opened at the He Kissimmee''
It U expected that some trouble each and at the pentine cup. was
payable
$1,000 ,
in are Male Institute of Butler, Ga., coming later to Florida and entering Council chamber at 7:30 o'clock the week, and was much pleased, "
will be experienced getting a jury office of the Michigan Trust C., of J ."",'
that will qualify for the trial an unusually Grand Rapids < Mich. George w.1 I business. He has been prominent in the public affairs of evening of October 8. to have the with the holdings' of his company, !l'laat

large venire has been drawn. Hopkins and Ella S. Hopkins, of Osceola county for a number of years. privilege Property of owners constructing are sidewalks near this place. 'withbe .t. .
any In connection aenIn&"of
which Capt. Don- '
The charges Mich. and
upon Bean Lake, are guarantors for themselves the
of alleged pending lands the. company will operate a ..
egan will be tried grew out the Michigan Trust Company is trus- the
I publication of advertisement
;
containedin twenty-crop turpentine plant near '
statements o
libelous I tee.The otherwise the city will take charge ofthe Taft. Bryant Simians, a Georgia
in the Blue
an article appearing plant of the Union Cypress Co.
work and have it.done and
Label, the official organ of the Blues, is located at, or near, Melbourne. The Pullman Loaded With Students the amounts necessary to pay for assess the man this has been engaged to take chargeof
of She enterprise:
of which Donegan is the titular head. owns a vast tract of timber, department ,
company
the .
paving against (\property. In purchaaing the holdings of the r
side is to .
The entire White alleged and has built a railroad extending
Payment will be made to the contractor
this article but Leaves Kissimmee for Columbia Prosper Colony Co. the. McKoy Co.
have been libeled in through the property to a point just by the city in certificates .of ,
absorbed also the of D.
holdings B.
the chief complainant is Lewis 0'- west of the Osceola county line. The V .. .
indebtedness cent. *
bearing eight
per .
and those\ of Bros.
Sphaler Sphaler
White lieutenants
of the the indicates the
Bryan, one size of mortgage
interest Each bidder required to
who Is charged with having injectedinto extent of the company's operations.There President Carson of Trustees Experiences the Supreme accompany his bid with a certified Mr. Wrenn the, manager of th. ''
Kissimmee office from Jack.-1;
comer
the campaign! tactics that are is some talk of building a I
.
in use and approved, in .South Car railroad to connect with the cypress I Pleasure of His Career.In check for $1500.PATRONS sonville He is a son of the late' '

'olina, from which State O'Bryan is company's road, near the Osceola 1 Beverly Wrenn who was for so long
have line from the ..Kissimmee' connected with the passenger traffic;
said to escaped.The county NOW! HAVE
I department of the old Plant'8tem.
rock upon which the defense Valley branch of the. Florida East a career well filled with events j tracks of the Atlantic Coast Line to

will base its argument for vindica- Coast railroad which is now in course calculated to arouse feelings of pride Palatka and was switched there to ";
TWO "MOVY" SHOWSOPENING
tion is the impossibility of being able of construction. With this connec- the line of the Georgia, Southern & FLETCHER AND
and satisfaction, it be ventured
tion made, there remains to be builta may
I to libel any one from South Carolina. I Florida railroad, reaching Lake City ,.
Donegan was arrested and bound line but nine miles long to connect that few if any have brought him any about 8 o'clock in the evening, wherean '
over under heavy bond by Judge from Narcoosaee' the line of the greater meed of pleasure than came enthusiaostic reception awaited OF THE "DIXIE" SATURDAY ". "I, BRYAN IN TOWN

Johnson last week, but last night the Kissimme Valley branch in order to Tuesday to Charles A. Carson, president President Carson and his party. The .
to the East Coast of the Trustees of Columbia I QUITEAN ... ,r'
court ordered him to be placed under give an open war enterprise, for such it may properly
the surveillance of a special guard, without going the way to Enter- College, when he left Kissimmee in be termed, would be unusual and note- EVENT. BOTH UNITED STATES SENATORS

as it had been intimated that the defendant prise Junction to get across. charge of a Pullman car loaded with worthy in any State, and much more WILL SPEAK HERE
would forfeit hi._bond rather students for the State Baptist insti- j remarkable is it in Florida for one

than face the trial. TO BUILD tution at Lake City. 'j town to send a car load of studentsto The opening of the new "Dixie" TONIGHT.
THOMPSON I
The membership contest comes to Columbia college ill hardly five a single college when it is consid- motion picture play house by Net.i '
years old, Having grown up from the j ered that the State is in its infancy & Nickleb Saturday
at 11:41 meyer
a close tomorrow that time evening it will be found: ON STEWART AVENUE plant which was abandoned by the I and all its colleges and its universityare ,i fl was an event that called forth a great Senators Duncan U. Fletcher and
o'clock. At Nathan P. Bryan reached Kissimmeeat
State when the Buckman bill brought I
the better work yet in their swaddling clothes. crowd in spite of the rain.
which side has done o'clock this afternoon
from
about the division of the Slate institutions one
The opening exercises at Columbia' The show opened to standing room
Trade and the los- I
of ,
for the Board Tampa, and will remain in the city
of higher learning and pro- 'took place Wednesday when the Kis-i I business, and the proprietors
ing side will have to pay a forfeit. UNDERTAKER TO HAVE ESTAB- viding for a college for women and a were until midnight, when they will returnto
simmee with their
delegation duly delighted
worked well and was given an success.
Bothsides have Jacksonville. The visit of both
LISHMENT ERECTED IN university for men. Under the pro ovation. \i The patronage; has continued well
membership j
the .
is believed that senators at time is an unprecedented
it visions of this bill Lake City lost the one
The party was composed of Mr. during the .veek, and Wednesday
several hundred FUTURE. i
be increased by NEAR event in thehi.tory of Kis
'will university to Gainesville and the I I
from toentertainment' I and Mrs. C. A. Carson, Miss Eliza- evening there was an additional at- r '
The proceeds simmee and their at' the ]
members. :
denomination fell heir to the presence
will be turned I beth Carson, Miss Nancy Call Bryan traction at the house when the Kii-
night's Stewart avenue ia spurting aheadof college plant upon terms which the Miss Kate O'Berry, MissKathleen simmee Concert Band played. court house this evening will be sufficient -
Into Board of Trade treasury. whenit I to draw large crowd
the the other business streets of Lake City and the. Baptistsof Peacock, Miss Corinne Gilbert, Miss a
The prices are W cents far adults, comes to the. erection of new buildings the State united with hearty accord Ella Mae Gilbert Miss Corrie Mil- Senators Fletcher and, Bryan were

25 cents for children. There will be It is now announced that Un- with the result that in a short ler, Miss Ethel Lee Sadler, Miss An- met at the station by Hon. C. A. Car-

no complimentary tickets, the court dertaker J. W. Thompson will soon term of years an institution of learning gie Makinson, Miss Mamie Stratton, COLORED LIGHTS FOR son, who took them to his home for

officers and the prisoner being required begin the erection of a house, to be has been built up creditable to Miss Bessie Guy, Miss Edith Lohr, luncheon. In the afternoon they were
to pay admission even as .the used by him in his business,* to occupy 'the State and an object of constant Miss Annie Neimeyer Messrs. J. F. PASTIME THEATERMANAGER met by a delegation from the Board -
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spectators. I a place on Stewart avenue be- I interest to those wio. have labored O'Berry, Henry Aultman, DeWilton of Trade and invited' to participate

tween Fraternity hall and the store for its success. As president of the Alderman, Nelson Makinson, Roy D. in the exercises at the. court house r,

I structure that is now being built by Florida Baptist Convention and president Geiger, Jim Miller, Roy Bass, Malcolm this evening and graciously consentedto .
\N STANFORD HONORED H. Clay Stanford and B. C. Miller. of the Board of Trustees of Co- 'Overstreet and the two Hollo- WOODBECK ADDS To do so. .

I Mr. Thompson's building will be lumbia College, Mr. Carson has exerted way boys from Loughman. APPEARANCE OFHIS While the visit of the senators is "
BY OCALA BOARD the seventh to go up on the avenue I a large influence, if indeed he informal each had especial reasons r
within a period of four months. The has not been the most potent factor,. PLACE. for desiring to visit Kissimmee at '
Journal building has twin apartments in the success of the College. How- CHANGE this time. Senator Fletcher as president I'
: MADE INFREIGHT
equivalent to two buildings, ever that may be, it cannot be said t of the Southern Commercial Congress .j

PRESIDENT OF STATE CHAM- and the Stanford-Miller building is that any one takes a greater interestin !I J. D. Woodbeck of the is interested in seeing Kissim 1
Manager ,
RECOGNIZED IN COMPLIMENTARY the equal of four single buildings.Mr. the institution than he or that any OffiCE Pastime theater, and his partner, J. mee take advantage of its opportunity I' 4
F BE will lose time in to make a display of products -i
f J Thompson no one not identified with the collegein ''W. Key, have added much to the ,
WAY. to completion, ap- in the which the Board of
pushing his building its operating departments works I of their by illuminat- space j
. and hnrw>n to be installed in it before more unceasingly for its upbuilding.The pearance place Trade contracted for some time ago.
the with
--- the fall r season; properly, opens. Pullman car "A rundell," which N. E. STEVENS SUCCEEDS TO t ing in latticed entrance .colored lightsset Senator Bryan is particularly inter- ,\11
archways.The
Hon. H. Clay Stanford, presidentof was attached to the 1 o'clock train POSITION HELD BY J. S. Pastime did capacity bu.inen ested in the opening of a navigable tt
a -
the Kissimmee Board of Trade and leaving Kissimmee Tuesday afternoon channel from Kissimmee to Lake Okechobee. t :

also president of th pictures scenes at r
received notice this bound for Lake offereda make speeches in Osceola county daring I- 1
patrons City
of Commerce the time nt the Titanic. disaster. The .
morning from T. C. Muncaster secretary TO MEET OCT. 25 concrete example of the fruitful Brownie Orchestra rendered the political campaign in behalf '
Board of Trade, results of this The appropriate of the Democratic ticket While this
of the Ocala activity. car change took place in the local music, which enhanced the effect ;
that be had been elected an honorary bore on each side a banner bearing agency of the Atlantic Coast Line =' visit is not in direct response to that

Ocala certify ecof REUNION OF OLD SOLDIERS the words, "Kissimmee to Columbia railroad Monday, when N. E. Stevens The Pathe weekly feature at the invitation it is hardly likely that
haremMunaeter sent a College." The rear end was decorated succeeded J. S. Nickels in the position Pastime is the best motion either will find it convenient to return
now
membership to accompany his notification TAKES PLACE AT LAKE with flags and a Columbia pennant. of freight agent for the Kis- attraction ever put on. It Is picture a.pictoral . before election.

letter an<) expressed the hope CITY THIS YEAR. A of parents relatives simmee station. record of current events in V
p . President Stanford would find it and friends of those who were to fill Mr.. Stevens has been with the line all parts of the world, and fewell Laymen's Meetlnftv ,.
JpZvenient to visit Ocala soon. the car were at the train to witnessthe for seventeen years and at the time worth the price. Our next Laymen's meeting will be
j
r fpresident Stanford was Phased atlrlaiVecognitioii The annual 'reunion of the Confederate departure and wish them "bon Of his promotion was assistant held at the Presbyterian Church STOW. ,
., thus given the Veteran' Association: will take voyage." Before leaving, Photographer at.Ybor City. He- bas'taken hold of Thanks., dayafternoon at 3 o'clockwill. be' }

. Climber of Commerce. lie I.' just, pUee at Lake City October 26. 26 Wilder succeeded: In gettingan his duties; with the confidence of experience Card of led'by Col. Ullie. Some special mnsleVha 't
waTttnir for the business men to get.altled.from arid 27. excellent picture of the car ana and bids fair top make an The members of the Catholic congregation ,been arranged and an interest- '
,
their summer trips'ins This meeting will be of unusual interest the party, which ia presented elsewhere agreesvble and satisfactory agent for wish to thank; all those who Ing program win be carried out W r f "

bringing several matters of because of the recent erectionof 'on this page. the.-company.bere.. ,Mrs; Stevens accompanied helped to make the moonlight excursion very much desire a full attendance : :.
3kad
i rtanc7 to the attention of the Sttfe a monument on the Olustee battlefield The car attracted attention all her husband to Kissimmee, successful.: and believe all who come will receive '. ;' J

board. In the onrae of time he exiecutto near that city and will 'probablybe along the line, and proved a good advertisement t and. .. soon as can find a. suitable a .blessing.. All men. and .boys -, I'I'" '
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!' [ cover the circuit embraced one of the most notable reunionsever for Columiba College. I home they will) become permanently Mr. C. H. Blanchaine.made a business dl ly Invited -j .-__ "s I
of the Board. held in Florida. The journey was made ever the located Jacksonville .A, & NELSON ChainI. t,
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'B"2., THE KISSIMMEE I ,VALJLEY1 GAZETTE, 'FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER: ; 1fL:
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', 1 Almost One--Third ,of the GOOD ROADS CRYING .Tested and Proved Gull;

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c J; ,.: NEXT WEEK ,. Money Spent For Paving NEED IN OSCEOLA Freshness, Call for as well what *yon high want, grade In quality the .

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: :Went For Freight Charges
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: WARD ENDORSES MOVEMENTCONSTRUCTION H
: A.' GILBERTS f .
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EXORBITANT RATES EXACTED BETWEEN .SHIPPING POINT AND
OP TRUNK LINE
I
r Main Street North KUtimmee r rb rh ri .' KISSIMMEE REVEALED IN FIGURES GIVEN OUT BY MANAGER
THE LENGTH OF
COUNTY
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\ OF CONTRACTING FIRM. MUST COM'WITH; _



.., l5' lOc 1 Amount paid Alabama Paving Co.. first contract ____________$26,181 96 OUT-DELAY. .

C Figured Lawns yard - (Begun in November 1911 ; finished in March. 1912.) Home again. after spending the
summer' in Switzerland C."w Y. Ward
Work-Curbing laid. 5774.3 feet; paving. 13336.96 square yards; Is domiciled at the Graystone and
ready to take an active interest in -c
catch basins 12. '
the various movements on foot for !.iii). es

Amount paid on second contract --_______ ---____________$52,000 : ; Osceola county.. DIBBLE & SON

.. IDc 1 8 C Work begun in May and finished in September. ,Curbing laid. 21.000. "The prosperity of the town depen'ds -
the prosperity of the
Figured Lawns;; yard upon _._ _.
,> feet; paving laid, 27,346 square yards; catch basins.7. county about it," said Mr. Ward -----

Material Used-Two hundred car loads aggregating 1,487.400 bricks, "and our county will not begin to
realize its fullest .
development until '
amounting to about four miles.of paved road, estimated at a width of eighten we have a good hard road running DRWM.: HARPEROSTEOPATH
the length of the county. '

_____u._ .. -- -- .. ,I feet. Patch Up Work. ,/ '
I Streets Paved: All of Broadway; Emmett. beginning at Broadway ending "I do not think it the best plan to

'r t : l\I Emmett. A. C. L track Main beginning undertake to do all at one time. My STECIALIST IN
fit Clyde; Clyde beginning at ending at ; , plan would be to fill in the bad places CHRONIC DISEASES

r at Broadway ending at Lake; Brack beginning at Broadway ending first. Go over the entire length of

I Qsceola Lumber Co. Inc. at Vine; Vine beginning at Brack ending at A. C. L track; Dakin. beginning sengei the road and from build, Kissimmee up the low to.places.Bas- CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE. f

at Broadway ending at A. C. L; Ruby. beginning at Broadway endingat Brick them if this is decided the best KISSIMMEE. _

City Dock; Darlington beginning at Stewart ending at Pleasant: material for building roads and then TUESOA VS THUHSDA YS.SA TU/tOA Y3
let the other work follow by degrees."I OFFICE, CENTRAL: HOTEL

PLANING MILL AND NOVELTY WORKS Amount of fretful paid by contracting company for material from whatever am in our favor County of a bond Commissionersdo issue, but ,

plant at Alton Ala., to Kissimmee, Fla., ________________22986.18 in this matter they should remem- PHONE age - ORLANDO, fLA.
ber that the roads have rot to be kent
and Dressed LumberSash up after they are built; and -there
Rough The above summary tells the story. the Florida State Chamber of Com should be a certain part of the
of the street paving contracts that merce. The entire State is interestedin retained as a fund for maintenance.money" .......... kA>Rka/i lk
have been in Kissimmee it. Millions of dollars will
just completed be spentin In the course of the conversation f"M.
by the Alabama Paving Co., Florida in the next few years for Mr,. Ward expressed the opinion that TILLER .
k Doors, Brick, Lime, Cement There can be no question that the brick paving and there is no prob- the proposed issue for $500,000
Plaster! Laths most impressive item in this summaryis I ability that the rates will be reduced was t Real Estate ->
too'much
.fn' to
., Shingles, attempt at one time. Agency.NNaaNHay..NaM..aN.M
that which without It .
: refers to the amount a fight. is tooo much of a The proposition should be approached >
of freight: paid for the transportation bonanza for the railroads as the .mat- in such a that there wouldbe f >
GENERAL BUILDING[ MATERIAL way
of brick and other materials ter stands.
_. .. .. paving little or no chance of having it
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-- from Alton, Ala., twelve miles from I' defeated. "We need the road too Realty bought and sold. It

:' Kissimmee, Florida Birmingham, to Kissimmee Fla. Contractors Go to Ocala to much" he said, "and we must haveit. Houses rented. .
l J This is a matter which affects a Begin Work on Another Job. If a trunk road is built from Kis 5 Taxes paid and Titles verified .
other cities and counties
great many simmee to Bassenger, taking in St. for non-residents.
in Florida. This particular item con- Business manager T. B. Gillespie, Cloud and 't
Whittier
the
cerns' Kissimmee alone, but in view of the Alabama Paving Co., left Kis- in splitting: Fire Life and Accident In-
county two it would practicallysolve f
of the great amount .of paving thatis simmee the early part of lhaweek _ surancet _ .>
- -
-- -- theramrpOTtationprobleM'i'orall ;
kt---- being done in Florida and the native for Ocala, where his company has the people of the county" Every- I Indemnity Bonds.rr .
lack of paving materials it is im-' been awarded another contract of con
to Build House? for in siderable size.. lie body would live on one Hide of the *a"w rA lv.>vlv"w
j Going a portant enough every county expects to be engaged road or the other and nobody wouldbe
the State in that
to make an effort throughthe I city for several months. very far from it; all othei roads
proper channels to get a reduction Supt. F. C. Bnddell who looked.after would lead into this one, and therein
of this enormous rate. It costs the construction in Kissimmee, '
Going to Make Some Repairs? at this haul thous- will here for lies the solution.
rate $15.45 to one remain awhile. Mr. Should Repair Had Places First.
and bricks from the plant a Atlton, Briddell likes Kissimmee HO well that
"But I wish the needof
to emphasize
Ala., to Kissimmee. The rates are he may make this his home. Both opening up this road as soon as I[I enn e th p. Butler]
If you are you want to consult me about the mate- so made that it costs more to have gentlemen have made friends in Kis- possible. We can't afford to wait
brick delivered in Kissimmee than and ,
it simmee, they are deservedly until
build the
entire
r rial. 'dan serve you quicker better and more economically : does to deliver them in Tampa yet popular. Means we should can be provided without length.delay -

than the other fellow. Kissimmee is nearly a hundred miles to make the road passable from
nearer on the main line of the At- BARBER SHOP
I one end to the other and this can be ,
I am state distributer for lantic Coast Line than Tampa. PORTER EXPECTS done at a small expense as compared
This is but another instance of the I with the outlay necessary to build a
JELK'S Macon Brick. .. unreasonable rates that are exacted hard road from end to end. Cold Drinks &
from the people all the time. The "The road from here to St. Cloud 2ars'l
LEGO'S Brick.nmB'S paving company paid this freight to CROWDED SEASON for example, is a very good road fora
the railroads but the City of Kisaim- considerable portion of the distance Kissimmee, Fla
mee/ paid it to the paving company. but it is full of bad! places. It wouldcost
Sewer Pip. Nearly one-third of the amount paid very little to put this road in
for the paving went to the railroad NEVER SO MANY INTERESTEDIN I good repair. -- .
ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT.i company in the form of freight receipts Kissimmee Still the Best. -
at the Kissimmee station. Mr. Ward said that he returned
i "The quality by which all others are measured." The Commissioners of Osceola from Switzerland five weeks ago and

No order: too mall that it does not receive prompt county are of now calling considering: an election the advisability to FLORIDA FOR INVESTMENTAND West.spent the time traveling through the II you wish; to bey aa .

= attention. No order too large for me to' handle to authorize a bond issue for building OTHER PURPOSES AND "It has been Unbearably hot'in Chi-

'<',, your entire stisfaetion.N brick roads. If the'bond issue is au- THEY ARE COMING TO cago" he said., "If anybody says it .
: thorized for $300,000 nearly $100,000 Automobile
(f'f1 has been hot in Florida, or that we
: of the amount will have to go to pay I INVESTIGATE. have had too much rain I can handit
"' .: the freight. This fa"fine: business for '
back to tht mThe has
snl \ summer
;' .
: yp the railroads but hard on the taxpayers I been unusual everywhere While I ,
W. Or hn automobile
R. FULLER your
r never spent two weeks in Paris in August,
There has been a time when and it was actually cold. At Mon-
,. JI1 RcF7'! A: Kafht's Tel'D nah. Foot of Franklin Street Counties Should Join in Protest there were so many people interested teux in Switzerland where I spent

r Against Excessive Freight Ilatex. I in Florida, and they are coming to the greater part of the time, it was Repaired
TAMPA. Phone. 207690. FLORIDA. see us; hundreds are coming during foggy and damp whereas before it
The Sanford district of Orange i the season that is almost upon us; in has been most delightful." Mr.
county has voted $200,000 for bondsto any event I expect to see this section Ward has spent the pant four sum- Gob
'L1 build brick roads. It is hoped by have more visitors this winter than mers Switzerland, having'selected (to '
those who are most interested that j, ever before." Such is the opinion of this spot on account of its particularly I
--- -- -- --- -- -- they will be able to build twenty-five I I! G. Harold Porter vice-president and pleasant summer climate. His GR1FFIN'SGARAGE
miles of brick roads for their $200- I general of
j manager the Seminole friends have l given him a hearty wel-
r 000. Sanford will,not have to pay as ,< Land and Investment Co., who stop- come. lie is much improved, and
much freight as Kissimmee does, but 'I ped in KfffSl.mmee for awhile Satur says he is in better health than he
- I WIILN4 THEFRUITISRIPE there can be little question that the day. Mr. Porter was on his way back has been for years.
rate is proportionately high. Orlando -I to New York from a visit to St. t
is going to try and obtain author Cloud, where the company's! investments I '" z
.- ization from the voters of that district i lie.
for a bond issue of $300,000 for I "My opinion is based upon the number -
road purposes. It is the intention of of inquiries we have" continuedMr. Its Beautiful IA !
the Orlando people also to build brick Porter. "I have something to Get the HabitSMOKE
roads. Eventually all the countiesin go upon. We have all sorts of inquiries -
Florida, or majority of them some of them are"idle
a and
j It and ;
must be marketed in order to all modern
fine home conveniences -
will come to the brick road idea. mean nothing but this kind composes I Boone's StraightMade
secure the maximum price, it must be extra large yard
i finished ,
Palatka has recently a paying a very small percentage of the total
marketed RIGHT. Properly packed system of about seven miles. number. I (on beat residence street in

I and properly wrapped. Palatka's paving cost a good deal "When I say that we are going to 1 Kissimmee. An exceptional in Kissimmee '
I more than Kissimmee's did with a have more visitors than ever beforeI I bargain. Write us, for such a The Cigar with the Real Taste
seldom.
chance
TilE ROYAL TRIO" Orange lesser freight rate to be considered. do not mean to say that they are comes
Box trade solicited
wraps are the best on earth. Putnam county is also consideringthe going to be pleasure seekers; manyof We have a fine small farmat
_ matter of laying brick roads. Be- them will be homeseekers. Of $20 per acre. Look for Union Label.
I Royal Natural Orange Wrap fore this step is taken Putnam and course there will be the usual quotaof
Orange and Osceola should get together I health hunters and idlers but the -
class fine
The hlghesl wrap, glaze and get a reduction in the rate I greater number of them will come for OTHER
and excellent color. of freight on brick. The rate is exorbitant the purpose of locating homes in this .
and can be reduced through section. If they are pleased we will Sprigg Fleming
I Royal White Orange Wrap* order of the courts, if it becomes increase the population of Osceola DISTINCT

Pure white dependable body. necessary to go to the courts with it. county very materially. during the
The fact that Florida" has no materialfor next six months." BARGAINS.When CLEANING

Royal Orange Wrap.i' the manufacture of paving brick MT. Porter found conditions at St. PRESSING
does not give the railroads the right Cloud very favorable and was visibly
I Assorted colon for fancy pack. to impose an excessive rate on brick. pleased at the spirit of progress that you come to Kissimmee DYEING aad
/ The advantage thus taken by the he found here.FLODIDA. make our offices your REPAIRINGLeave
I All standard sizes. railroads is one of commercial brig- home. _
r which will not stand the test -
and andage DEVELOPMENT.
We have the large most complete
of judicial scrutiny. I Florida ranks twenty-fifth in land word M my house and clothe
t i .I- !Rock of fruit and vegetal.packers' area and thirty-third in population I will be celled tor and returned.
South Florida
(
uipplles la the slate. Board of Trade Will Investigate among the States and territories of -- -

I ORDER YOUR WRAPS NOW forM Hates and Make a Proteat. the United States. Practically all of Satisfaction GuaraliteedGDITIRE
(i the State I lies\below the altitude of
future deliveries. The Board of Trade of Kissimmeewill 250 feet, the el vation being attained Co. u. __
ask the Railroad Commission to only in the extreme northwestern portion Realty
' 1. E. BEAN & investigate the matter of rates on and md* htan two-thirds of the
. l a' Mla : paving materials. It is of the great- State lies at an altitude of less than HERB 19 A GUARANTEED CHUB
r
importance in view of the disclos- 100 feet above tide level.
bo I
Don't dltflcurad bjr an uiulchtly Coitr
j I 1l" j,. SON ures made by the figures made publicin Between 1900 and 1910 the population -. your neck that will surly kp Inoroamliia'eiao aa
> the Gazette for the first time today of the State increased 42.4 per A GOOD EATACHEAP and_....chokliw and other uopUaaaBt armp-
.
I c' I COMPANY that the rates be adjusted. These there was an increase of 20.4 per cent. tom..ue.r" or star.MALL'S OINTMKNT" .
; r [ unreasonable charges will operate in the total farm acreage of improvedland. EAT Cur.Ooltr to Stay Cairad. '
against the proposed bond issue. The After you hav.trl.d.v.rythhg.l.i ; yon' ..*.!

', ., :. .The \\\b\ 4 RlvenU people may be willing to invest in Based upon development of the A QUICK EATis .TOT hoard thlll.of.'OIl......".- It will I* parfoetlr appreciate Barmloai.oomonlant the nalnorltof .
good roads but they are not willingto' past two years the Increase duringthe to oat.day potaolortho akin or.a.m'''
: T' # r'UhVh"\ Viaduct donate a third of the amount voted present decade will eclipse the what you get at onoapplloatiaavillprodaM any diooonfurt whateyor. and MOT wa aTiaranfraa Act... that..- ,r
for good road. to the treasury of the record of any State in the.UnioD in RestaurantOld aalta than math troaUnoot with aar otaer.dy.
\ /"rJ railroad companies, A combined population, farm acreage and. out- Hatmaker's '. Pee'S spend say'mar MMM- worta.; "
{, \ Nk O t\t't\ ; \ JACKSONVELt movement of the several board of put. 1.-r-e.dt.s....of BaU'a..-.but.Oiatauat.$*.450Ceatafeearaoa.and.If you .so act .,','
.. ; trade In the counties that will have Valley Gazette Buildingalso .And It tho bart road of tha kiM that M hmTT :
this question of rate .-to 'deal 'WIth ....+.yoa eu ntant the empty paakaa*and
/ FLORIDA A Five-Acre Farm. any kind of wo way rWund" pays raoaay.. Wo_Poolall,|._
w ; ... soon will probably be the outgrowthof thooo haste Larn Ooltre" Less Staaullaw
!' < this movement, and favorable results A 5-acre farm in Pinedale, with good SOFT DRINKS to.*** ronodV. a trial. SmdaUvar or p.QI:. '
i 4j
w.A .w *.v/ Ord.rr.mdv will b*ant by maiL ''-
> '- may be expected. fence and cleared, for 9000. with easy H.d.'I., t 4,pI,'..,
It ,i. properly a Question that payment. R. D. Waring Co. 16-tf n.tf '
'f 4 fiUt Ri toriish'$11 twow..ry supplies for packing raits red vegitablea should be brought to the attention. of ?
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y ,, l 'ri'iiAj' 36PT iBER '27, 1912. THE, ,K'-$ S'UriM E E' VALLEY ,GAZETTE.' ; : } ''i.A: : ..,'

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h Everglades, Drainages '.. ,


'1". The 'Waters Carson :, : Fifteen Years Ago.,: "" H

Orange Grove -V

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' Grocery QompanyJ__" u' ." .., ,'t'
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\ CAPTAIN R. E. ROSE,TIIEN PRE"I rot draining this territory, and re- .\".,"'.J' ,..\"-. .' '..,, '-':.11i.(. :
{IDg'for agriculture this vast .. { ', ; "
.. DICTED: TO GOVERNOR field of exceedingly fertile tropical Property .' . 1
--Wholesale. and Retail Dealers in-: HAM THE MARVELOUS I soil has been discussed. Its practicability , , ?

. wa probably first definitely
VALUE OF THE LANDS stated by .Jefferson Davis who as ': '. :
.GROCERIES' secretary of war surveyE mucb.of I For Sale:
.
... the adjacent territory during the Indian : -' :
war, and mentioned the altitudeof ;
-<' The' recent investigation as to the Lake Okeechobee (the apex of the .. \ .1-4.., "'. ',,: '..
I Everglades drainage management 'Glades) above the Gulf and ocean.. .,.., "- \ ... '\ .
t t r r WE SELL ) WE UYI and resignation of the Chief Drainage The Davis map of Southern Floridais '.

Engineer, makes pertinent the looked upon as authentic, and moat : ,
following letters to the late Governor reliable. The surveys and levels "'' of. !ri
HAY William D. Bloxham, who made the made by order of under the \ "
HIDES congress the limits1
contract with Hamilton Disston, In direction of General Gilmore in 187 We have 50 acres of good land adjoining ,corporate 1 ti

GRAIN FURS 1880, to "Drain the 'Everglades.." and 1880 to ascertain the practicability of a nice town of about 2.00Q people where they have good school '
This contract was a plain one, simple of a ship canal through the "
and I
and of
FERTILIZERS the terri church privilege;; this tract has 17-acre.- orange grapefruit !f >
'in its terms "Drain peninsula, together with various surveys t
WOOL tory and the Fund will give your half and levels made by different grove just beginning to bear well will grow .more''' valuable, .' ISV
SHINGLES the contract fair to both railroad and drainage companies only '
lands"-7 each and every year; it if "a splendid property and a good loa-- / '
ORANGE AND parties readily understood This con- confirm the opinion as expressed by '
BOXES tract was the beginning of South I Secretary Davis of the feasibility of lion. \ .

ORANGE WRAPS' ALL Florida's wonderful development.The I its drainage and reclamation; addingat We also have a 60 acre farm in the same neighborhood that, } '
. letters fully explain them- a 'comparatively small cost, some
. VEGETABLE COUNTRY selves, and throw considerable light four million of acres of extremely all lies nicely, every acre good fruit land and now ha 4 fine bear

CRATES upon current events, particularly on fertile lands to the State's wealth ing orange and grapefruit grove, about half and half. This'grove
CRATE the advance in values. Lands of po admirably situated for and peculiarly i
1 i NAILS' PRODUCE value whatever, when these letters adapted to the culture of'' sugar cane brings good return each year can be bought on favorable terms,

. were written', are now in demand at and tropical fruits.A of payment and will pay large dividend on the price each year.' ,

We sell field and garden seeds of all'kinds: 1 from years $16 ago to they$100 were per worthless.acre. Fifteen"' The Tropical Country. It.ii owned by a non-resident, who will tell'it for let than it is '" I .

We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping -though far from complete-has This territory is practically within the' worth. Located half a mile from a large lake that i i. 5 mile
effort to drain the Everglades the tropics. All tropical plants--
parties shown simple the wonderful fertility of the cocoanut, lime, mango, royal palm, wide and 12 mile long where there i i. fine tuning and boating i

Frte delivery in City limits. Phone No. 12. lands territory far and in caused advance a demand of reclama-for I custar maumee: dapple apple, ,sapaillo banana, avocado and rubber, pear, The man who secures this grove will be fortunate indeed as it will

' We are county agents for good fertilizers.: Ask us for circula- tree-grow luxuriantly, and to vast pay a large income and i i. a delightful place to live, with ordinary'f I r;

and prices on fertilizers. tion.We' are indebted to Captain R. E. size. Evidently, judging from their good buildings "
for this inform- I size and aparent age, they have never -
Rose, State Chemist, fk
J: ation, and use of these old letters: felt the influence of cold. The We also have in the tame neighborhood the Thomas Grove ..
'Glades are doubtless the remains of and 60 acres of excellent land joining a fine large lake and this '
Kissimmee, Fla., July 12, 1897. I an ancient lagoon shallow sea; In- -
I lake is connected with 6 other by artificial l canals that can"7 -;;: '
Hon. W. D. Bloxham closed on the east and west by a reef so one

FIRE INSURANCE ? Yes the Best Companies Governor of Florida, I of shelly limestone, and on the south visit all these lakes by boat furnishing a splendid place for a ''
keys in a very shallow
Tallahasee, Florida.Sir by numerous I pleasure resort. Nine acres of oranges, tangerines and grapefruit "
of enclosing (
: I take the liberty -
I ., i. you a copy of a recent letter of tea.A portion of this shallow sea, with nice large bearing trees in splendid condition. Ten acre more: .

Why not use the same good judgment in buying mine in relation published to the in Everglades the Florida and Citizen their, I'extreme numerous southern islands, is end yet of seen the,at/State.On the. I of land ready to plant. The owner of this land own another '

Insurance that you do. in buying goods for your drainage. the east this reef is near the coast, grove and desires to sell this one. We want to show it to a' prospective -, \ :

This subject has been a constant and abrupt in its formation. The introduce him the and let him deal direct.It I
store or clothes for your family? study with me for sixteen years. 'Glades aproach within three to six j buyer to owner

Our Motto i. prompt and courteous treatment. Since the beginning of the "Okee- miles of tide water near Miami. The is 2 t 1-2 miles from railway station and convenient to school '",

chobee drainage scheme," I have con- ancient reef, now a rocky ridge mile near or ,Fine Colonization: Property: We have 200 acres of good citrus -
tended that earnestly and economically Modello, not exceeding one ,
prosecuted work could be done at less in width. On the west this ridgeis fruit land with a railway station on the land 2 miles (from**

ARTHUR E DONEGAN INSURANCEAGENCY an enormous profit to the State and situated farther inland, and'is 8-room house store large'i i 4
- '--_ -- - generallybroad ,&lidlow.. .On. the 1- good town; !splendid! 2-story: building, ,
Y operators.The original contract, as made by t Caloosahatchee river it is plainly seen Tjarn.TfeecTTots, garage and 10 acres of splendid""bearing',';'branjgS

D. G. WAGNER, Manager yourself and your Board of Internal from below Uenaud to Fort Thompson and grapefruit grove with quite a number of budded peach -trees;
altitude
1 fifteen miles, its
Improvement, carried out, fairly to some
both the State and the company, in being but little above the 'Glades.On 40 acres more land fenced and in cultivation'ready to plant to

- spirit and letter, should, and would, the east this reef is cut throughby grove. This is a splendid, proposition for locating a number of
< streams, the Hillsboro,
have resulted in the enrichment of numerous
both, and a most wonderful'increasein Middle, Cypress, New, Snake, Arch, neighbors, in the same neighborhood and there are sufficient improvements

\ Distance the agricultural development of Little and Miami rivers. These to make it valuable and interesting. We want to show: "'
streams are bold rapid streams
296 the State.
AdvertisingLong The subsequent amendments to the through the reef, and with no exception you this property and introduce you to the owner. w

contract and change of conditions have decided rapids or falls The reason we do not give price on these groves it because J
at their heads, where they enter the '
I is saying the right thingat damaged company. greatly Changed the a legitimate State and and the 'Glades whence they break into num people frequently think they know all about it and wait .until they .

., practical reclamation project to a I erous branches and soon lose themselves come; but we want you to write and ask u* about these grove. .. '

the right time vast "stock jobbing" concern, and in the marsh or swamps. then we will go into detail tell about all their condition, surround
caused the ultimate failure of a well Elevations Above Tide Water.
in the right conceived and beneficent public work. Accurate levels show Lake Okee 'ings, price etc. We have grbve in prices ranging anywhere from f ?
.
way I of the opinion that the time "
am
approaches when the work can be chobee-the source of the 'Glade $2300 to $50.000 each. Can suit any reasonable minded" person' *:
carried out to water fed by numerous large!: streams who want good Florida home investment. Have fine truck {(
We make a soecialty of planning preparing again taken up and a from the interior of the State-to be a or ,
literature and conducting campaigns for successful issue, and the work actually twenty-two feet above tide water.' farm, city prop.erty. etc. Correspondence solicited .
Land Companies, Boards of Trade Municipalities accomplished if legitimately and Levels at Miami New river, Lake
and Individuals.I5LENNREAGIN earnestly prosecuted. Worth and Fort Thompson show the '
The figures I give in letter are
-- my l
.of the 'Glades twelve to thirteenfeet
edge '
amply sufficient, in fact are greater
above the tide. A general slopeof "I' .
,
than necessary to accomplish the en rI
ADVERTISERS nine to eleven feet on the 'Glade
tire reclamation. Provided always,
surface from Okeechobee to the outer '
the money is spent in actual. work edge of the 'Glades, with an addition- N IREALTY COMPANY;
and legitimate operations.The
fall of thirteen feet to tide level t'
TAMPA FLORIDA a i
value of. this territory at Numerous streams enter Lake Okee > >
present is nominal,.in fact it has no .
.. : 1" value. If properly drained and put chobee out on tJiehnorth, while on the a numberrun south. Over Citizens; Bank KISSIMMEE. FIX. I I Ii
in shape for. agriculture its value is .
These southern streams within a few i I .'
greater than any other equal agri-
miles are' scattered in numerous
in the United Statesif .

(TATE BAN{ O.F' I ISSIMMEEOldest cultural not in area the world.Respectfully R. ,E. ROSE. cypress branches vast expanse and and of willow soon sawgrass disappear swamps and, jungle in to the reappear zr.

In much the same manner on. r.
Bank In Osceola County If the reader will examine a map the east and south coasts.
of Florida he will notice in the south The soil of the 'Glades is generallyan ... ,
; alluvium of muck, from six to ..... ... .. ...NNN
Depository for erri part of the peninsular a vast
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. STATE .OK FLORIDA blank of unsurveyed territory, the twenty feet deep (or more), deepestnear EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH
KISSIMMEE largest part of Uncle Sam's domain Okechobee, for thirty miles or Ass '..d.rd Oil Co.,; .1
COUNTY OF OSCEOLA CITY OF still remaining untraversed by the more, gradually shoaling toward the f
south, where the ancient sea was shal-
engineer He will note
C ITAL STOCK FULLY PAID $80.00000 1 that on the surveyor.eastern coast the sur- low and filled with reefs. This alluvium j MACH:: aEOS_ .
Sit PLUS 3O.OOO.OOgo.ooo.oo veyed lands vary from twenty miles or muck was deposited in the
b1 KHOLDERS' LIABILITY wide at Lake Worth to less than six lagoon by drift, beginning to fill near
D1>OSITORS'! SECURITY $130,000.00 miles at Miami, and that they again the south end of the State in a shal- : Livery, Feed and Sale Stable i
widen out opposite Cutler to some low archipelago (similar to that still .
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT fifteen miles. This territory prac- existing north of the keys). Gradually : Agt. International Harvesting Co. ; ''
tically marks the eastern boundaryof this drift dammed the waters of

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENTC. the "Glades," an ancient reef of the Kissimmee and other streams, .A.LL ICIiTOS: : :HEBVZ'::: >:< :AtTLI1vGF. 2 l
shelly limestone and coral formation.On backing up the waters till they over "

i Carton Jno. M. LeeVicePres't M. Katz N. B. CarsonIes't the west the surveyed lands ex- flowed the reefs at points on the east Everything new and first class. We render prompt and ,'
and formed the riv-
and west coasts,
tend to "Sam Jones' Old Towrt.
..
l 2d Vice-Pres't Cashier
satisfactory service '
ers mentioned. day or night i
:
An Unexplored Region.
The territory between these points Lake Okechobee. ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT ,

:, .. east and west, and from Lake Okee- Lake Okechobee is the only part; of Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 ;
chobee on the north to the southernend this lagoon now remaining; it will 4

JOHN' B. STETSON UNIVERSITY purposes of the an State unknown is to all five intents hundred and speaking require but, to a fill short this time lake, geologically also with .................... ......
Ph. D., Lilt. D., LL. D.. President
HULLEY.
LINCOLN square miles, or approximately four drift or vegetable matter. Any one
TIE BEST SCHOOL /SoSKS D FOR YOUR CHILDREN million acres. Of this region but-little doubting this assertion has but to ---- - --
Fall Term Begins Sept. :25M i is generally known. Two notable note the growth of hyacinths in the Mtj&jOk Aic>tlr 8ralfuar adat6uAuen araaaua af3tafka4
!Stetson.
I VJ J' Send Them to expeditions have traversed this territory I St. Johns river. Lakes Monroe I '
Colleve' of Liberal Arts
Profwor anil Building Inntructurt Colon.. Law ; that of the New Orleans Times- I and George to realize the vast quan- r
17_ UntTcratty Acre Campus ollea-e of Technology democrat under Williams and Hopkins tity of vegetable matter constantly ] Livery Feed and Sale Stables
\ *4 udinU L..l Year Collects Preparatory of Bunlneea Academy in 1883, from Lake Okeechobee aggregating in this tropical country. ,
I II OOO.OOO.OO. In EndowmentI LibrmhrHi Normal School due south to the Shark river; and The shores of Lake Okeechobee are
I ,OKI OUU Volumn pip OwnrmtnrlM School of Mechanic Aria that under J. E. Ingraham in 1892, generally marshy. In some instances '
r I Lay. for Equipment Science School School' of of Fine Modet..urp.ned An.8eparatoOor.ltorlc.'or from Ft. Myers to Miami. The nar- band ridges from three to ten feet ALL KINDS OF HEAVY HAULING

I Ii..nentl ... .ud young ...0.... Careful ailulatra-' native of these explorers were graph. high have been formed by wave ac -0 A SPECIALTY
\ ynuei[ .. .,,_.. the time the, hardships in'
110....taeroezk.upcrvl.i.r. C"rl.II. .eI Cot ct.rt. t. Ically given at ; tion. These ridges appear many p.
for!. oreMtloa.or or room r..er Ya o. anN. privations and labor endured places in the Jlades and marshes, New supply of Agent: for the h
, \ I I'- JOHNB7STET.SON UNIVERSITY DICLANDFLORIDA were such as few men have ever ex- showing the former ,shores of lake 4 Runabout Rubber-tire Queen City Buggies and T
.I >erienced. Numerous surveying and telling the tale of gradual re- cii Buggies Carriages r f ftq
II I'1 I tt.llt i parties have penetrated the edges of duction in size. The marshes sur- .a .
| the 'Glades from ten to twenty miles, rounding the lake are generally saw Phone I
j while a number of trips through from grass, flags and rushes, on the east 199 B. A. McADOO "ttr
fLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE reef to reef have been made by hunt. and west, with some cypress and wlU
nol1ins College ere low swamps. On the south where' 5r iF rvnVnvra-_84r P- .w- 4gN __
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WINTER PARK. FLORIDA 1 The Indian readily passes from the the greatest drift has occurred, the

Academy, School ot Music, School of Fine ArU.School Caloosahatchee to the}; Miami in his soil is slightly firmer and generally .
DepartavCollege.of ExnteVgion. School of Domestic and Industrial Arts Business School, canoe, through channels known onlyto above the lake surface. Decided
Courses himself. Numerous private expeditions banks are found on the southern out-
FaCBty."TW for > Professors and Instructors, prepared In the foremost have been planned to explore going streams, with a vast brake of '

i tJeiver.ltlea ty and EUYOPe.LocsttosOn I this territory; few if any have custard apple, willow, elder, cypress S S. BUZZA & SON
of America Atlantic Coast Line, and Seaboard Air Line 143 miles south had the courage or fortitude to move and other swamp growths extending
.f acklODvIl1.Ton famous "Florida Heights;j" in one of the most beautiful than penetrate the first few miles of south with vast areas of. sawgrass. i
and the South no malaria I tropical jungle and vast expanse ofsawirrass. But little open water and few islands
B.tIQI..T.n bealthfqJ; owns In commodious the ; and attractive buildings; Science Hall costing ; Except in-- the.. two- cases are found here. Cement and Concrete IJ -
1 ."" erection; a campus of 25 acres, sloping to Lake Vir- mentioned, no authentic record has
tSarwWrhu pies: by navigable canals with three other lales; separate been made of expeditions; through the South of Okeechobe. Work of all Kinds ,
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outside room connected student; electric light; lire protection; quarter" of a mil- Glades. Practically the field is still Twenty miles aouth of Okeechobee f\
lien dollar for each I la vast "terra-Incognita," with all the the. soil or muck is shallower, being SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY '
AUII.tlos.FooC 8IIdowm.nt.ball, base ball, basket ball. Rolf, tennis, boUIIq) swim attractions and fascinations possessedby only from three to ten'feet deep, I ,,
)I 4 auDl'. required mnutiCL Golf links and gymnasium are ae fine as any in theundenominationalin the unknown.I' with timber reaches well into the Residence' Phone 68 Mabbctte Street .. vl
Seath. but / spirit, and control. i 'Glades, on rocky traverse ridges. ,
Christian, I I'I' Reclamation Possibilities.
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"i\FACE: " ..". .. THE 'KISSIMMEE, VALLEY: GAZETTE FRIDAY, SEPTBMMiriVltt;


collector the-State or county could' .--
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r MUCH HARM. MAY BE produce. Ever faithful in the discharge 1' A

of his several duties we may
THE LITTLE ONE consider ourselves obligated to him j Homes and Investments
; ', nr DONE THE. TICKETBY for accepting: the office, .and. Mr. 1
Seen is a thorough master of finance i
-> It,salt from all tie dea l11trlftl' of tbe Louse-fly while so far as his office is concerned and ,

.7. ,! ..!Uep'iBf der.a has done.valuable service to the taxpayer :
-in.his it Oixielant--
by..J'edw:1ng. expenses
BEING 'Too''CONFIDENT; department. Our opponents are in

l' : the (field prepared to do yeoman service -.
1 .. ) they do not expect to elect a. ,....- -.., -
I full ticket but they are working on
COBBTOWN CORRESPONDENT our weak points. Let'each voter see. Having Implicit faith a.the future of Kissimmee, we hay

clearly where these weak; points are made it bur home. We have built up a business of which we fe

AGAIN SOUNDS THE WARNING an dappear at the polls November\ proud and trust by honest fair dealings to merit a continuance

JO DEMOCRATS TO prepared to buildup. the waste places, of a large portion of the real estate business in this' section. I]

..REX. you desire ae home in the mpst favored section'of Florida- for thj
HE ON THE ALERT. "* > *HIn M* M Mt l dUMM
a WHERE STRIKING smallest price that. proD ny can be secured for. we invite. you t '
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CONTRASTS ABOUND. call on u.s. :P
4"ll offer Improved City Pro
We Vacant Resident Property.
In our boyhood days the 21st of
Two Exhibitions-Wild West and Far
h each March .and September was the East The Greatest 'Double arty, TrucK< Farms;"'Orartge Groves and Colonization Lands i

time for regulating clocks and Bill" on Earth. lowest prices to be obtained. .
watches, the day and nights were "Buffalo Bill"-the old scout him-
then supposed to be equal, the""Bun- "self-and "Pawnee Bill-"The Two 4 ..eIvu.
rising at 6 a. m., and setting at 6 p. Bills"-will both be present in their -

m. all the world over. A\\stage coach'' various capacities, and superintendthe >> OI-An attractive home in Pine- No.429-Large lot on which Is |
route from Houston, Tex., to RichI I details so necessary to good per- dale This property Is just outside of one R..v n-,1'<>Om and one threehouse.
.WfSTBR00K BABY PROTECTOR mond, Va., was the mode of public formances. I city limits, on high ground. House Large house is lighted 1-

conveyance an dour stapdardtimewas I After nearly onethird of a cen- is two-story and contains eight: rooms, .electricity has toilet and kitchen
the rising and setting of the sun. I tury, as distinct attraction, recognized all plastered and hard oil finish, two small house also has sins and toile .
fh.i t Now old King Sol is utterly disregarded from their worth to be able to porches, fine well and large barn. will sell this as a whole or separ I

)", ONLY $1.50 and $.200. Can be used any place and the railroads manipulate I I stand alone, the Wild West and Far This house is located on a live-acre This'property is well located, will
w hill prerogative. These hailrpad mag- East combined, make an exceptionally tract, with beautiful view of the city 10 per-cent on investment if rssitf
l' Call and see them at nates remind us of an anecdote interesting, even extraordinary and lake. Land is adapted to dims Price of both houses $2,000. fe
lated by Captain Shaw, who reo'' double-decker of an exhibition which fruits find. trucking. This property can
visited a certain island and was is in Orlando October 23 i be had for ttlSOO: on very favorable No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres 'u
to be given ,
f; FURNITURE CO. on his return of the women took I visit .terms Will introduce customer. to short distance beyond city limit f
< with something new on every !
< ; LK1ss1MM1E snuff in that country. His reply was: I and the, visits not too often has been owner: and let them deal' direct Shingle Creek road. Close to spl d
Yes, by George, and everything else the. custom with these two astute high school churches and market; f
they can lay their hands on. Since'' No. 463 $4OOO.-A beautiful six- $30.00 per acre. Term. on part] d

:, the increasing population our burg managers.Scenery piled mountain high, even room cottage new and up to date, as- sired.
t' has been rechristened and the digni- bestos root, all modern conveniences,
the tops of the 'great tents paintedto No. 437-We are offering sotnj vi
fied name of Cobbtown will hereafterbe bath room, toilet, two lavatories, hot
instance represent distant hill tops, and the and cold water, cabinet mantel electric desirable .resident Iota, located f ht
in this
applied, the increase -
; its arena arranged to give the broadest lights. House furnished complete, including blocks from Court House on nic bi
C Low Round Rates being about two thirds of '
Trip original and when the scope of vision and effect, are a few piano. Nice flowers and shrub- elevation for $300. Allay in rea f
Fishing begins population in earnest a further in- I of the novel features offered this sea bery in yard. Large lot fronting 1474 these lota. Cash or short tlm I
son. The whole exhibition 'snaps with us show these lots.
feet on Verona street extending back you
!_____ VIA : crease is anticipated, and when our I renewed vigor and coherently tells of 117 feet deep. A home de-
erected thus splendid
lake '
the
bridge is across the Conqueat of a Continent. New No. 301-An attractive home I PI
lightful iooatJon.Terma can he arranged
; uniting Cobbtown and "Polk county,l' dale. This is Ide
attractions have been added, and property just trot
on half of purchase price.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
we are expecting big things. limits H
nearly all the historic incidents Property must be seen to be appreciat city on high ground. .
You must remember that ten years and contain eight .1 I
two-story i
treated in 'new Pioneer days
a
way. ed. Let us show it tu you.
before the bridge uniting New York I will be vividly recalled, and many plastered and hard oil finis s
FROM KISSIMMEE and Brooklyn was built none but porches, fine well and large bar 9
Oriental novelties
f presented.An No. 309. Splendid new 6-room house,
scientists believed that such an arch house is located on a five-acre tr
L $41.66--New York and Philadelphia. Sold daily limit Oct. 31st. could be constructed and we are old-time fox hunt-hounds and just inside city limits fine deep well with beautiful view, ofthe tyi J
i horses over hurdles, ditch and fence, lot contains two acres of ground, good
scientific I lake. Land is to citrus frs
t 7 $37.66-Baltimore and Washington. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31st. strictly I I with International Horse Show prize- new barn, wagon and buggy/ sheds, all and trucking. adapted This aw
The Patriarch and his aid Kieling, winning jumpers is a further exten- under good new fence. Fine locationfor property
$50.15-Chicago III. limit Oct. 31st. I I had for $3,300 on favorabl u.
Sold daily, have been busy during the week sion in horse Interest, to which an- small truck garden or poultry ranch. very
*1 l s $65.25-Denver, Colo. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31st. painting his favorite launch red but I other attractive feature will be the this is a fine proposition where you will let Will them introduce deal direct.customer too "td
: '' the clerk of the weather appears I six-horse team of dapple gray draft will have the freedom of the country
;. $96.15-California points. Sold daily', limit Oct. 31st. strictly opposed to this propositionand I horses-real blue ribboners. yet close: enough to enjoy all the ad- No. 303-Small farm Inside of .

has sent old Pluvius to stop it These are but a few of the novelties vantages of the city such as splendid .. This .ylimit.
consists Af s-
and the paint is being washed off world-famed high school, bent markets churches property
added to the
Excursion Rates Various Points Furnished gem acre tract within a quarter of f mpf
$ I to Application
on
the brush I
i about as fast as can smearit numbers i identified with the Cody and etc. Price $1500. Osceola High School. Small hduseie

--t -STOP OVkRS ALLOWED) on. Lillie alliance. four-inch flowing well, land aJ&| in tl-
:
__ ___ Our" spectacles (The Gazette), FIVE city lots on which -is located a
l is
vation. fun
1 a ;< Fast Trains Steel Pullmans Dining Cars keeps Kissimmee in full view a-nd-if' DIUYOtj KNOW THAT nice new_ive-room cottage, fine view this ll't't.ioni19t.City building will aoon very-copimta. _

fi . you Mr. Editor, knew how eagerly The Hope l Fishing Club has noth- of the lake cool breezes. This property good price if owner should desk any
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each copy is looked for and with ing against fish. is located close to the propo time to sub-divide and sell i It Jforsi-
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For reservations! or information call on nearest Atlantic what interest its columns are perused I It is almost impossible to get surf electric line on high level lots. A dence purposes. Price $1.50
r Coast Line Ticket Agent or you would certainly be satisfied that bathing in Arizona ? bargain at $1600. Let us show you this

Y. R. BEAZLEY. J. G. KIRKLAND you had an appreciative audience in I Mushrooms can find their way property. No. 309-Fine garden an p'ry.

F Traveling Passenger Agent: Div. Passenger Agent this quarter of the globe. about in a dark cellar, which is more No. 229-A very desirable l-room proposition. This place co tairwopAes.
Tampa. Fla. The honorable gentleman from I than a more or less human being cottage located within one block of acres, new 6-room home wi
Pleasant Hill is recognized as one of can do? Osceola county court house, in best residence in front and one side; tine ar sis-ell
c. ---- --'- ----- --- the most scientific farmers in the I' with
on porch. Choi loion
section of city. House is new, pump (
'. \ county; his fields are cultivated with I New Bungalow. celled throughout; city water; lot 73x for small truck or poultry flrmlhe
care and judgment, but had he visitedour 147J feet. Price 1250., : Let us show land if subdivided into lots i is
t. isle before exhibiting that stalkof I clot No. 461-New 5-room bungalow on this cottage. price asked without any imp 528"
cane, he would have thrown it 60x142 feet located within three We are offering this piwert forrtdThe
r : down in disgust and declared that blocks of Broadway the main business BUSINESS LOCATIONSNo. $1,550; terms on part if de .
FREE INFORMATION Jack the Giant Killer had been planting I I street, and in one block of Osceola town is growing in this di tii and
seed in our garden. Eight feet, I high school. Price 1400. m-! We have in the heart of the property will enhance in livery
nothing! Twelve fifteen is a fair I 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. business section some very desirable rapidly. I
of what is grown here; w* vacant lots which we offer for sale.
average
GROWERS don't stalks to town for ex- Close-in Resident Lots. These lots will enhance in value very ORANGE GROVNo.S83'l'wenty.hveac
carry
", : hibition for our land is not on the Two very desirable, close-in resi- rapidly. These are a safe and profit- .
dent lots, one of which is a corner able investment. Price and full infor- ange
market. We are trying/[ to buy more lot. These lots are on the water, mation to interested parties. grove all under good fenc4 Broad
We make a specialty of giving practical directions for the of the same material instead of disposing sewer and electric light lines. Located runs through grove; static* wining

management of soil and crops including control of insect and of what we have. the three and one half blocks from No. 471-A 20-acre home. This splendid property; good school and cnprctithin

disease troubles. If you are a new settler, or if your crops in the order Hook of and the line day fishing, there is being now too Broadway, and two blocks from property lies 2 miles north from that Quarter can be mile grown of property.in Florid)!doers A crop on*
Just
School. the level nch dark
Osceola place ii
High
past-have not entirely met your expectations, write us in detail much water for the-seine. The rains for a fine home. We are offering .oil town with practically fine chocolate subsoil, ; 16 acres-gray this place. If you desire fa kle in
of work and its. surroundings. have been frequent for some time Flonda write or call) on usqgicbs this
your these.lots for a short/ time at a very cleared and in cultivation the remain-
t Remember, there is a remedy or preventative for almost past, and the air is cool and refresh- low price and\ on easy terms. Call ing 4 acres fenced covered with a good property will not be on the Mart loneat

,,- every trouble. The information which we send out is based on ing.Our Democratic rooster still glories and we will show them to you. growth of pine timber with some scattering .are the offering price for named.a short This time rorty forfZ,500.we r
39tf H. M. BREAKER &CO. 'oak: about 11 acres: of nice young ,
i; ; J over thirty years practical experience supplemented by the most in the supremacy of Mormonism in thrifty grove in bearing, besides a number ,Will sell as a whple. or div'ed.to twof f

,. careful scientific study. Hundreds of growers are profiting by fowldom. As the boat was passingthe Modern Up to Date Home.No. of fine Japanese persimmon trees parti if desired.
p+' this-service, but we want to reach a still greater number. The other day he flapped his wings" some peaches, mulberries,blackberries,
.o success of the growers is the foundation of prosperity for the and crowed "Hurrah for Captain- 464-$3,600. -New, modern BX-! two kinds of grapes and afew bananas. No. 415-Very desirable vsnt lot I
and just as. we were expecting to room cottage bath lavatory, hot and The buildings are comfortable, but not containing three acres, souteldeelty
entire State. catch him guilty of disloyalty to his cold water, electric lights, beautiful of great value consisting or a box limit. in 'NtlBt Kiss urn, good
I name, he closed up with "Sears," and expensive mantels, new furniture, nice house of 5 large rooms, porch several (plaoe to start poultry farte truck II IIlI'arden.
WILSON & TO MEn FERTILIZER CO. then he turned to us with one of his rugs. Housc furnished complete readyfor outbuildings such as grain houses, tool Close to churches ar school.DW t

'. Mauufacturers of I toes up to his nose as much as to occupancy. Large lot K3xl47i feet and wagon sheds, stables, etc. One A bargain at $17. Let you i1
-. say: "Fooled again!" He then I on which are full bearihg orange deep artesian well and one surface Well. this lot. 1 .
IDEAL FERTILIZERS jumped on a stray grasshopper and I trees. Locate in three and a This land adjoins the finest orange 1z

.; .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. carried it to his favorite spouse. half blocks of the postoffice, on beau- grove in the country growing on the N o. 381: -A 20-acre traA :-ated on
l I Racie has just brought in fish of tiful Verona street, in the very best .same kind of land. All kinds of crops marl road two miles, fro D allot on
-- the cat specie, one of them with a neighborhood. Call and let us show grow encouragingly on this land and it St Cloud road. Proper r as (food
sad as large as a young bull dog. I you this beautiful home. Terms on is the prettiest place for a home in this house and three-acre ora grove In .,
..' Our pet pig is a little deaf; our part of purchase price, if desired. section of the country. There is a fine bearing. This grove wll Jld from
--- h- --- \ scientist says there is an haleyatedTadirTmonia 24-tf H. M. BREAKER: & Co. line of forest trees on the outside of lots) to 1200 boxes of cfareH each

:: : r, inflammation of the eus- I the fence with a beautiful palm insideof >car. sum c ent land clfrn and In I
tachian tube. Fruit and Truck Land. the yard also some thrifty cedar cultivation to increase grbno twelveor

K Our deer and poultry are still in We have five and ten acre tracts in tree, maples, magnolias, live oaks and fifteen acres, and at sAnxime can
the enjoyment of law protection and I Liberty Park the most desirable suburban several otner varieties of shade trees be yielding anv garden tfu; desired.
the goat colony has been undisturbedsince I property on the market, whichwe and ornmwntal shrubbery and flowers. I If in search of property t till bring f
: S. FLOYD my last. I are offering for your considerationat We want to introduce you to the owner results( this fall, and at hlJmei while
i Mr. Ed Tuell and son came by this prices that are attractive. We will of this land and let you buy direct. you extending new, grove, Infeigate this
morning on a cow hunting expeditionand pleased to show these tracts to pros- can buy it at a bargain and on favorable This property Is oonvenupE] to to>nPrice .
the i
John joined them. pective purchaser at any time. Do not terms of payment. has marled road on <"uud. '
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Rex is yet a decided objection to fail to see this property before purchasing 4200. oDeL.oDe
unreasonable political reports a representative as it has the advantages pf being No. 4&4- Twenty acres located in Park
r from a particular pre- close in and on the very best paved Gardens; five acres in cultivation ten No. 402-Fine located
A Grocer cinct visits your office and declares road in the county convenient to the acres fenced, fine 2-inch flowing well. inside city limits, jeloe to school
This is conceded to be the best tract in and churches. This
that not a single Republican vote will city school and churches. Five acre prfcpty consists
( be polled at his box, the approvingsmile I tracts $250/ and (300. Park Gardens, owned by a nonresidentwho of forty acres of land dray acres of
of ye editor and the gentle paton I 24-tf II. M. Breaker & Co. desires to sell. We will furnish which is in bearing oraitrund grape
the shoulder accompanied by the __ you with owner's address and you can fruit trees ten acres adcfftnal cleared
Get our,prices on exclamation, "Good," is what he's I Truck and Citrus Fruit Land. deal directly with him. The price is attractive and in cultivation; Rood fie-room cottage
F after and he forth proud of the and terms can be secured on ; two deep wells. ,lIs$ i Is an ea
record, he has goes established. Now, |I No. 462-Seven and one-naif acres ot part of purchase price if desired.No. ceHent location Where will have
HAY GRAIN FEED you and fruit land in Kis-
the best truck the freedom of countrY It with
neither decrease increase theRepublican city
can vote or this assertion, 1 simmee Park. This land is in proximity 458-Ten acree adjoining city advantages. Possession be secured
by to the lake. Call on us and we will limits, on the Orlando hard! road. Landis on short notice. See
which we make a specialtyoooooooooooooooooooow and it Democratic may be the cause of Let decreasingthe put you Iff' touch with the owner; you cleared, fenced and ready for the before purcha lng. Pric api',500 proposition; urms
tally. us see can deal direct with him. This prop- plow. The elevation is high, suitable on part .
,, what effect your report might create: erty is offered at a great reduction for citrus fruits and trucking. This
Mr. ",. ," has a number of hands em- land in this sell-
from what locality Is prqperty will soon be available for resIdent -
ployd and desires that the work No. 4tRl-Ten acre fal1l1.located
ing fot. purposes as the city is expanding three
should be completed within a specified 24-tf: H. M. BREAKER & CO. rapidly. A bargain at 120000. miles from postoffice, uftOr new hOl-
If' time; election day comes and he proof wire fence, tw4e cottage,

O. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD.- 8. L.LUPFCR.r tells them, "Well, boys, this is the i I Bargain in Twenty Acres. I No. 459-Five acres inside city clear- fine artesian well of r, gig: feet
......Id..t. YkM-Prwtdrat. general election; you've done your ed, fenced and plowed, ready for cultivation deep, between five and illCrea cleared .
: s.ent&17
., .. r work at the primary let's finish our Twenty acres of land less than one This tract is near the Aultman 75 head of poultry' III furniture In
-< job." A Republican under the same mile from p declare that this for a subdivision. Can be had for $65 $000; terms on part lafehaee
.. will decide the relative strength per acre. R. D. Waring &; Co. 19-tf if desired.No. price
day Park
No. 443-Ten acres located in
;, > KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. of the two parties; let's all go and Splendid Residence Lot. Garden, all under good new fence, land Ol
vote the straight ticket, and betweenthe plowed fine flowing well. All ready to 473-We have : It eight-room
Democrat who has a particular No 463-Fine, large, :vacant comer. get on and start a crop without any de- houses, suitable for J'901Iift. or boardIng
preference for some individual candi- lot 80x1471 feet close to lake. Splen- lay. We can offer this ten acres with purposes; they haTetIeCtriC ligbts-
date on the opposition ticket and the did location, good neighborhood. We the above improvements for ths same water and sewer conl'ectioo.' ,
Rough and Dressed e.A Republican voter we lose one or are offering this large lot at the very pnce that unimproved land is being sold in splendid resident ae lalJ &.d UI' _
". more of our men. My advice wouldbe low price 'of $400 cash. H. M. Breaker for In this-tract Our price $1000.00. and we will show th iTto 1011. on

'to : to quit boasting and work for the &; Co., 16-tf Terms OR Dart i if; desired., prices are reasonablelt ",, The
straight ticket. The two OverstreeU s
PINE LUMBER
Bandy and Sears will undoubtedly. J New "ouses.We I .

pass muster. Our J. L. has been have several desirable new houses:: 'H. M. UR ItER'eor .
Kati I faithful, honest and industrious In the under construction which we are offering 1 .
I discharge of his several duties as assessor for sale. AU of these houses are
and a man that has the home In desirable locations. Secure one of .'
:r : HOUSE. BILLS A SPECIALTY eneouragement and ability 'to do them for next winter at a lower price: -: Over Osceola Pharmacy. ::- +

what he" has deserves well of the than will be asked for them later In the KISSIMMEE FL A
!.) county. Mr. Bandy has proven l himself season. a

to be as able and efficient tax 24tf I.II.. _Breaker Co:
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'FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, ''Itl%. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE / .1".1"f' FE, s.
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load .immature fruit, upon the om. OOOd404440400,0044Oi4a '" ,'" '" " , , i ,'i " " -M-. '" " 4I '\ "
WAKING SECURES ;; plaint of Capt. Rose the State : 1ad.
. Chemist, They were bound; ,over to WHAT TilE PAPERS : 11. n i 111 t' I .' ... ,," I I' htMI I I I , .4+#q e4tEUREMEJTS. ...
answer the charge: to the criminal' 0 / 1
WRIT AGAINST BOARD court of that county.' The shipment ARE SAYING. 'i'
was held up, but later the shippers 4. 4 'I" ; '
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rot an-order from thecourtreleasing.he 4-4444444 4444444 I --'OEPOSITORS -
shipment. The Commissioner of : -
Agriculture seems determined to ,tn- Sensible and Practical .
MUST SHOW CAUSE TO = .:.....
COURT -- -
force the law against.the shipmen >f \: Cloud Tribune: ..
unripe fruit, There,can be no question "Th\Kissimmee Gazette has a very =
that the shippers' Injure' the sensiblAxgnd 'practical "Open, Letterto 1 \

WHY CHECK'GIYEN .BY CON. usiness. by, .doing so. the GoVernor and Members'of the
.. 4.." Legislature/ .urging that the extra
,TRACTOR SHOULD NOT BERETURNED ,Charles II. Newell has retired as session of Legislature take up the\ ; ' -' ,
editor of the Eustis Lake Region and Everglades drainage matter, now ap- -,jp .
: TO HIM WHEN will be succeeded by Clarence E. parently Ina rnuddle by the refeigna- . 'A individual.desiring the .
a of institatiod
services a banking ,
I HE WITHDREWCol. Wood 'Mr. Woods goes in supported tion of Chief Engineer Wright who .
with ,has retired while under fire, and asks ' '
by a $20,000 stock company generally exacts at least three requirement : '
the intention of doing great thingsfor that the question be settled and theIroOd \
Eustls and the Lake Region. name of the State be preserved. 04 M Rk
Col. Andrew Johnson went to -- We hope every'member will read the 'k Firtt-..SECURITY AND,PROTECTION'FOR -DEPOSITS :
'Jcjnpa and appeared before .Judge The Bradford County Telegraph appeal and be guided by its suggestions. ; o .' I '. ,
Rubles Tuesday to secure a writ of has added a linotype machine to its ." Second..cR4TURNS: ON ,FUNDS 'DEPOSITED. i i
mandamus against the Commission- +- .
buying -
The
weekly '
equipment. papers '
.ers'' of Sumter County ordering: that linotypes are becoming so num- Heroes and Pensioners.' Third--THE SCOPE, ,OF GENERAL BANKING ,FACILITIES '} \ rAfter
board to show the certified erous that it is hard,to keep tab on Palatka New.; ' "
check for $2,412.50 deposited them. It's a sign of prosperity and "Editor J. Hugh Reese of the Kis ; : "
with them by R. D. Waring, should everybody ought to be glad. simmee Valley Gazette, a week,or .
not be returned to the contractor. The -+- two ago read a lesson to the Federal
story of the case is told In brief by Joe Dixon who made the Live Oak pensioners of St..Cloud who voted In :;
the Tampa Tribune as follows: Democrat famous has signed articles the recent Democratic primaries in ..
k R. D. waring, a prominent contractor with Editor Hetherington, of the Osceola county, but who: have since the stability off,the. Bank lau beea ascertained arid a conservative 1
of Kissimmee, yesterday secured Lakeland News. Congratulation all organized a Republican club and are : .
a writ of mandamus from Circuit round are in order; to Dixon for land- making a campaign against the men and wise financial poKcy assured, the depoator ke gives leis attention.t. tke"
Judge F. M. Robles, commanding the Ing with such a good paper; to Heth they helped nominate. Here is what : "
Board of County Commissioners of erington for landing such a good Reese says! 'What, then, is the .. investment pouibifities; if a savings account b intended, ti.. new customer. 1 ",
Sumter County to show reason why man. pledge that binds? It is participa '. J
they should not return to Mr. Waring u. tion in the primary. You. enter the : waab. ai liberal a rale.of interest .as b compatible with a sound banking system .
his check for $2,412.60 deposited by Democratic primary with tlie tacit -
him some time ago in connection with JETTY WORK WILL I proclamation that you're a Democrat .. ; then ke investigates. the, facilities of tke bank in feneraL.,Naturally'and
the contact,'for the construction of anew and a gentleman.Being an organ. '
court house and jaU in that coun- : CONTINUED' ization Democrat, you are honor necessarily the experienced banker, wkoso constant bonnets b to investigate,, ;
ty. In the proceedings yesterday Mr. BE bound to stand by the nominees; : '" 'y '"* i
Waring was represented by Col. An- otherwise, what is the organization ,. should be possessed of a technical knowledge bearing on all feudal topics.
drew Johnson, of Kissimmee The worth? What can it stand for If
matter was brought before Judge Ro ATTACHE OF ENGINEER'S OFFICE all colors of political faith may participate : The bank. skonld La. ,. at the disposal Hi customers suck data and kf.eaa.,
bles because of the absence from the in a Democratic primary and -
State of Judge Bullock, of .ocala, VISITS LAKE KIS- then stab its nominees, what profit tion at is required ky tile investor.
whose circuit includes Sumter County. tethers to come from having a
Argument on the writ is set to occur SIMMEE. Democratic primary 'Whynotthrow - .
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before Judge Bullock in Ocala on October down 'the bars and let everybody in1 TIn -- -- _-- .
8. as he intends t6 return before J. W, Karkett.. an attache of Capt. short. : Why the prima at all -
that, time. Slattery's office, the engineer in if it stands for no more than Mr. t
According to the facts set forth by charge of the waterway improvementfor Munsell would have it l' But these

Mr. Waring, he was awarded the contract Florida, visited Kissimmee Thurs men, 'tis said, entered the spring primaries Our claim to confidence rests on the fulfillment of the above requirements; ';
for the erection of the buildings day of last week, and made a trip' not as 'Democrats and gentle your ;
mentioned on June 18 and at that with Capt. Clay Johnson to Southport men,' but as heroes and pensioners Citizen Bank of Kissimmee it safe, found conservative and yet liberal. .

time deposited the check mentioned as and Lake Kissimmee to inspect And to make a law that'win prevent Your confidence and patronage invited regardless the amount' of your funds..
all evidence of good faith. Subseqnent the jetty work which hasbeen done them, as such, from further participation -
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to that time the Commissioners there and to see what is necessary in Democratic primaries will be ----------------
found that the contract had been irregularly to be done. Capt. Johnson made the an important work of the next Legis-
advertised and that other trip on the Steamer Lillie and returned lature." "
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Mr. Sackett -<* CITIZENS BANK
.
technicalities interposed and prevented the same' day.
the building of the tw structure returned to Jacksonville that night.It I A Lively Campaign.
until they can be straightened out has been a year since any work I Tampa Times:
Mr. Waring has requested that his I has been done and it is much needed, "We don't mean the presidential i
check be returned to him but has not particularly a training wall at South- contest, because that isn't lively-at ---K-I-S-S-I-M.ME'
received ttryetr. It wag-set; forthywrterday II poTtCapt Johnson said that- there least-not-in-this-neck -of thewoodWe r ------ -. -- - . a-
that the Sumter County Boardin was little to be given out now as to allude to the Board of Trade campaign -
addition to the check required of what would be dbne as the visit made in Kissimmee. ..- . .
Mr. Waring also required him to file by Met Sackett was one of preliminary "That live little city has divided itself -- - --

bond, a proceeding declared, to be illegal. inspection only. He expects aboard into two camps under the'colorsof ARTHUR: E. DONEGAN, President W. A. SMITH, Cashier ;
Kissimmee and 'the white and
of engineers to visit 'the blue' ,
Several news stories have apt eare ,
in the Tribune recently regarding the : notice will be given, and a party of plauding public a striking illustrationof
situation in the Sumter County courthouse citizens will probably accompany the the unreliability (in such cases) ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President H. M. Pfum, lat Vice President
matter, which bears evidence ofbeing engineers to the scene of the pro- of the quotation 'A house divided "'
C. W. DANN 2nd Vice Present
decidedly muddled. Judge Bul- posed operations.MOONUGIIT. against itself cannot stand.' ,
lock on October 8 will decide regard- "Following the example of those A. W. WINN L H. COHOON F. W. HILL C. D. CARROLL
ing Mr. Waring'B $2,41250 deposit conducting other campaigns the pro ,
and at a later date be called upon to moters of the two colors have each 1 I Vans Agnew &: Crawford.Attorney '
straighten out other angles of the RIDE established their newspaper organ, believing j -
case. The most complete statement I II II more in printers' ink than in
which has l been made s. far in re- WAS GREAT SUCCESS personal effort. The one is called "
._ gard to the court house muddle is '' 'The Blue Label,' while the other : *, , 1 ici 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill . I r.. 1 1 II I' 1 ii 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 I' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill 1 II HI ; ;
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that by Commissioner Thomao 'I' White Wasp.' | Both are just scintillating 4 H H I I I II I I I I I I I HI I III. I I'l' 11 I I I I I I III 11 I I I I I 11 I 1111 11 111 .111 IIIIIII1111 111 I I .*
Beville, of Sumter County, who is with wit, repartee and all .'
BENEFIT
now in the city. Mr. Beville'n side I CATHOLIC CHURCH beam the stinging designation of 'The

of the case was published in yester WAS WELL PATRONIZED manner of pungent, pithy and pointed' ooO'O't
day's! issue of the Tribune. verbal good things. . ;
I .
EVENING.The ,
MONDAY
"To show how desperately earnest < TO

,, 444444444444444444t0 the respective partizans are in WILDER'S STUDIO !' "... '
their devotion to the cause to which I -
+ + 4444 + + + + + + + moonlight excursion on the each is pledged, The Blue Label tells and see what a fine photographyou "" ';"' :
4 4 lake Monday evening ,waa well pa. this story of one of the White soldiers: can get; ; they never fail to. ABSTRACTS 'i" .
+ STATE NEWS AND + tronized. Capt.' Clay Johnson on the "He was a doctor and had been please you.Metal.' > .
d t ,,4 Steamer Osceola was the master of called to see an unfortunate man t..OOO.t... O...
"
.' .t...... '
4 .* COMMENT. + d the occasion., A large barge was,at- who had been cut almost in two' ata 1 t ''
4 + 4 d tached to the steamer and the top of sawmill. The doctor saw that he OF TITLEto
0 4- + + 4 4 + 44 . 4 the steamer itself was covered with was almost gone, but, with great press.
4 4 seats. The band made music and the ence of mind, the prescription peddler .. t
40fi44444d44fi444444Dade moon did its duty acceptably. A pulled from IMS pocket a blank application -
goodly sum was netted for the benefit for membership in the Kis Shingles ,
; I fund. Several simmee Board of Trade. Thrustingit .
: county has' voted (00,000:( for .of the Catholic church *
outstanding hours were spent on the lake, and they into the patient's hand he
hood roads and to retire said $3. 50 and up. Lands Osceola
County
indebtedness. were delightful mours for those jvho 'Here, sign this. The man
-<*- I participated, any:f- there were several and died. 'By George,' said the doctor TIN AND IRON ROOFING '

Fensacola had a mysterious containing rob- hundred. "Such, 'I was promptitude just in time.to: avail of the PLUMBING SUPPLIES Furnished by ? .
last week A package -
bevy
was consigned opportunity of the moment, such pres- Write me before placing '
$55,000 in currency
by the First National Bank of that HARVEST CANTATA IS ence of mind and swift action beforeit insure your order. R.'G. JOHNSTON
rail- was too late wilL undoubtedly -
. city to the Louisville &: Nashville1
The Southern the "Successful attainment of the K. R. L A U
Ala. -
,
road at Flpmaton BEING REHEARSEDFIRST
Express Co., received the money, object of thia unique campaigntoprocure CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
for Kissimmee the largest 1626 Franklin Street v
it l is alleged, but when the valuable
package was received at the other end membership in her Board of Trade in TAMPA FLORIDA

of the line Detectives it contained were only put on waste the ENSEMBLE, PRACTICED towns proportion in the to State.4.population" of ,all the ,W"'L Prices pf Abstracts are Governed by Statutes of

case paper., and Saturday the teller at the HELD AT WOMAN'S the State of Florida. '
Oh! Thank You, Bill. '
message
bank received a telephone CLUB.
the missing package would be'' Laurel Hill News:
that returned to the back door of the bank. I It "It was for a while that we thoughtthe I .,
he was being fool- I Live Oak Democrat the very best
The teller thought C. Buckleshas
{t e4 by a practical joker, and paid no The first ensemble rehearsal of the country weekly coming to THK exchange -
I ':. attention to the message Monday Harvest Cantata, which is to be given table, but since "Uncle" Joe
5 morning the negro janitor found the under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Dixon has left same the Kissimmee ... .
package with tne money intact, at of the Christian church, was held at Gazette, under the able editorship e -- .
the back door of the bank just as the the Chapter House Tuesday evening.It of Joe Hugh Reese, is now our pre- Best Paying Propertyin ;
teller had been told that it would be. was generally agreed that the ference as the best all-round weeklyin FloridaFOR of George 'N. Saunders
along splendidly. the State. However, our weeklies
The bank officials believe that thei I piece is coming
I was delivered intact to the The best voices in Kissimmee are included are all good and rank far ahead of SALE BOAT BUILDER
\ *,. express money company, though a young in the cast, and the chorus' the weeklies of most any other lpJr
" employed at the bank confessed work promises to be up to the professional State." k
man that he took the package and sub- standard. If the first rehearsal I ORANGE GROVES AND Agent for"Ferro"aad"Eagle"E8iaet
stituted the bogus package for the.. may be taken as a true omen',i FOR SALE. ___rd rmnKISSIMMEE IanaM fire II!. "!It Jr_ _, ""_
of what the trained chorus will produce LANDS ADAPTED TO 4''' -' .
real 'FLORIDA !!
one it gutsy well|! HA predicted thatKissimmee Good Farm Timber Tract n.aalwnL.r.nrnror..o.". "
---v Buy a or a GROWING ORANGES
The Commissioners of Hillsborough ,I ; ic.Ier-; have a rare in South Georgia. '
county are considering a bond issue treat in store. The leading voices II Write today for my booklet of "one : There is less of this char .i .
have been well cast, and the most and Timber Tracts for'
for bard roads. hundred Farms
of million acter of land the market'
one on
doll I
.
pleasing results are expected. the banner counties of
sale. in.
y Yielding to a request from a number Thomas, Brooks, Grady, Decatur and today than any other, and in
of lawyers, Governor Gilchrist Mitchell. Large tracts, small tract a few years there will not bean FAVORITE\ UTILIZERS I
has requested' an advisory opinion of M'PHATTER SELLS improved or unimproved, fine level acre of real orange .Und
the Supreme Court in regard to the sandy loam and red pebbly land with in this State that can be
initiative and referendum resolution red clay subsoil, labor abundant, best bottfbi except at an eaoar- I ARE THE RESULT PRODUCING KIND
Gen- SHINGLE CREEK GROVEA beet cotton land in
I which was held by the Attorney roads in Georgia, tnovs ficnre. They are aa good aa careful supervision and honest
the recent South. good neighborhoods,
eral to have been passed at the . methods can make them. Special formulas for
- s-- -esslon of the Legislature, and for I schools.and churchea: _pure-free stone -- --- CITRUS FRUITS POTATOES TOMATOES ;
that reason should be submitted to the quick sale was made by J. Mc- )and artesian water, plenty hog and C. BUCKELS MELONS, BEANS, STRAWBERRIES.! LET-
i voters. Considerable opposition to Phatter ,Wednesday of his Shingle hominy, saw mill timber, turpentine TUCE, CELERY and all truck crops.,
developed even Creek to B. D. Coulter, ''locations cut lands, colonization -
the procedure has orange grove over ''
. The Fruit Land Man WRIT FOR BOOKUBT
, . those who favor the initiativeand of Oakland, Miss. lands, fine stock raising section, city
among referendum inn principle. Mr. Coulter is a near relative of i i property paying 10 per cent and i KISSIMMEE FLORIDA INDEPENDENT: FERTILIZER COMPANY
/
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Mrs. Gaines, wife' of the pastor of .
- ot Frank Clark never fails to get in the Methodist church. Mr Coulter over.Write me what you want and I will JAFK.ONTILLarFLORIDA a'J. ; .
-r. ,hie subtle work. At-the opening of arrived in Kissimmee Tuesday after- answer by early mail describing the 1C. LKX.HlltlllMIIMIIIIIIIIHIII. Mea ..It. ''r

tJte University in Gainesville last 1 noon, and the deal was closed with property. which you want. 4" ,
'fJt -
: WMk.-J1e..atmocJ )ls finger at President Mr. McPhatter Wednesday before Yours to serve,
\\lurpbree and-pronounced"'htttt-itr= Mon-Tbc provrwhtchMrConlterpurchased : TO=3t WrfirCRAIOMILESj:-- -: . c_ .... ..
;"; 'ether Woodrow Wilson- whom he is a .desirable property. Thomas lle, Ga. GHflKSTONETPILOflullOPLADIES' I S. .
:honedto' ae. follow in the illustriousIfootatepe The place contains some fifteen acres,' -; '
of hie fellow college presi- Jialf of it being in grove. -
for Sale. DANCING!
i '.'lIt, and lead the people. o _ih- Mr. Coulter is interested in this AND GENTS'SUfI'SMade ,
t .,{.United States victory. X section of Florida and will probably Splendid team of'.' mares, 6 and 6 to Order ;
: THURSDAY
f c, .,EVERY: Y EVENING AT t; ;
-+- be instrumental in tringlrig'other investors yean old. well broke, kind and gentle. ; -
. d .. (\1'wgrape fruit snippers living at here.. He expect*, to live here also wagon and double harness. Enquire also : rrb: IR: i'rrnrs'! ', ,Ff AT.T
. Gevlds la Dado county were arrested eventually, but not for.some, time:'to of Nelson Realty Conpany, John .. ( " .., ..' ...r.
... last week for ,shipping car Demet a. >ii. Pays. 25-tf, a...hs. and Repairing Neatly Dee '
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1 K1SS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. ,
"PAME'.R. :, ... THE

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SOMETHING FOR SENSIBLE --
Tfc Klsshnm THE CITY ASKS FOR BIDS ON SIDEWALK WORK. '' .
Y Valley Gazette WOMEN TO THINK, 'ABOUT. : : a 4
, __ ,. TRITE AND TRUTHFUL KISSIMMEE AND
JI;, - The City Council i T, verp mg Tor-bids fo trying I .pproxiJnatelY'thirty' I, ._: ._- _--- ._- ,+..'o + .
-Ji !w; a 'HARRIS.JC .., Publisher.. ; a : Mrs. W. H. Felton, of Georgia, is a e (By Old Proverb.) 4 0THE GAZETTE -.- ----
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' thousand linear feet of sidewalk.It woman of rare intellectual ability. e e''
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) :, ,". , : H. REESE;; Editor.- .' it' good ' foremost men, and has for" many O' Kissimmee is on a rattling ee
/' , 'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY and the. general good of the town that the .
'' the good; appearance of the streets years been a regular 'contributor to Many have heads like eggs; fast paae to greater things. .+-r '
P\, Office; In Valley Gazette':Building the.Atlanta Journal. Some time men the beautiful d
l uniform ago of their 4 All tidings from
work ii to Be done in a systematic.and manner. they partake of the odor environments
'
: XISSIMMEE. she the role of Portia in the ee
:. 'OSCEOLA COUNTY. played a "he' a < Osceola town are 'along
hence
iv Gazette and by this we say
" FLORIDA.. Such a suggestion was made in the Valley paper case before the Georgia Railroad ." line of its accomplishments-
a. t\\ time Whether the plan suggested had any influence with the Commission, appearing in her own be- The theological and political environments *9> but then the Gazette is bound 4'
1 some ago.
kt half against some railroad attorneyswho do it. A live paper' is atown's e
*- SUBSCRIPTION RATES. to
the and. it whether
child
done the
members of Council matters little; the work is to be by city were proceeding in an action that pf best asset.
t 'r.:/' i :On. Copy ,one year .,---_____ $1.60: criticism. involved property rights ,belonging- truth or. error, declares itself in the 00 a
. in such to leave no cause for Opposition or o
i4 .jOn.. copy abe Winoths .75 i in hoped, a way at
",'.\" ,,.,;'Jf.. On copy three months-.______ .40 We have no doubt that the city will be able to get this work done at a to and her.won She it. conducted This much her is owncase said in man.Light and truth never argue, they +4 Oo .' + + 4 + + + + + 4'4' + ++ 4'4'4'e

l citizens have been able'to obtain.In preface for the emphasis it may have come not with bands, banners and BROUGHT *-
'j'l1i'"\ .All communications except from much smaller figure than the individual boisterous boasting but as silent as TilE GAZETTE
/r'" our Authorized correspondents 'on what Mrs. Felton had to say recently .:. HIM I FROM CALIFORNIA, 4
d t + be must the very nature of things this must be so. In all events, the Council ..houlddert'itself in regard to the prevailing the foot-fall of the fairy. e
signed by the writer. .5
\' .\1-\(1 Light and truth is the "pillar of
bids compatible with good work. Sincea styles in dress for women aa I have been *
to the lowest possible < Editor Gazette:
: : .c''i' get : follows I cloud by day and pillar\ of fire by + .
returned' certain standard must be met in the performance of the contract there The papers are telling ua about night" that leads us from the wilder- 4> reading your paper for some +
time. You have a good paper
I Ivtr i*tf i :Entered-* at the Postofflce in Kis- should be little risk to take on that score.'r some sermons on this subject as be- the ness command of ignorance of happiness.sin and sorrow, to < and the interest of Florida at *.

; ,\J:>.I] aimmee, Fla., as 'second-class mail r There are certain reasons why it is much better for the city to do this other ing preached preachers.by Catholic As a rule priests I do and not Light and truth are invincible, and .'>> heart, and should the people be glad of your that **

;:' .;k. matter. work than to allow it to be done as some of it has been done. In the first believe in preachers talking on such as gers they, turns go and forward vanishes.darkness stag- < they county have such a good paper. *

',i. < FRIDAY. KTKMDICIt 37. 1S18. place it will be more uniform; secondly, the contractor who does the work matters subjects,worse for they by meddling generally, but make it bad has Light and<< truth in her coming .> Please stop sending me the **
I < for I leave in a few
\ '" will have some accurate knowledge of the extent of the job which he will always seemed strange to me why her makes festive all life rejoice and nature don .:h days paper for your state, and exP .
:
EVERY MAN WHO VOTED IN THE II have to do. and can make preparations accordingly. He can save money on and up their how minds modest to women lay could bare make their Light and garments.truth are man's best '> pert to spend the rest of the .>(/

,r'i.rl DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES IS freight charges, on the purchase of materials and on labor. These advan- naked backs and bosoms to be fash- friend and come to him with bless- <<: winter there and look things **
ings love and benediction, but to over.
t PLEDGED TO VOTE THIS ionably attired for a ball or party. sup
the and in turn to the property owners. her he commits suicide HIRAM ENGLEST. *
tages should accrue to city Common: should give better direction press ,
: 'X1; TICKET AT THE GENERAL An incidental advantage growing from the contract will be the disburse- to sense their tastes and their- Light and truth are character build- -*:. 1'ortcrville Cal., Sept. 1, 1912.- a

a; ELECTION IN NOVEMBER.Democratic thoughts it seems to me. ers and he who patiently applies this j
- ment of -the weekly pay roll among Kissimmee merchants. Coming at this 1 remember over thirty years ago material to make a man will have the > > o.ooO beee'beee0

j' time the distribution of a thousand dollars a week for a period of two or hearing a group- of women discuss- "house built upon the rock."
r : Ticket ing a very fashionable woman in Light and truth shows to the man It is pleasing to note that a Florida
three months should help things wonderfully. Washington society, noted for her who sows tares that ancient) aphorism l boy, Calvert Smith formerly artist '
"what-so-ever a man sows that shall the staff of the Times-Union, but I
--- --- 4 --- --- low-neck dressing and bare shoulders. on

p } ..... PrealateBjt, -of tae V.I.." Stair WHAT ARE YOU DOING FOR YOUR TOWN. At last an elderly lady said: "My he also reap." I now living in Brooklyn won the first
Light and truth come to a man inthe American Magazine
o Cousin John ((4 congressman) told me prize I
WOODROW WILSON.
: that the men", said they liked to fill who resists as a stick shod with I cover contest which is announced in
4 F.r Ylee-Pre.Ide.t. What are you doing for your town ? her up with champagne and then sharpened steel and he who kicks will i the October issue of that publication. I
'. THOS. R. MARSHALL. hear again that voice saying "it is The amount of the prize was $260.
that in Kissimmee thouldput to himself.It anybody could pinch her armsand she I
This is 'question man
Far Preala>Btlal Klerforat4KF1TBR8ON every wouldn't mind it." hard for thee to kick against the There were several subsidiary prizes !
4 - --- B. BROWN. is one which the business men of the town should ponder for awhile, in- The cannibal savage: is remarkable good." and all of them went to New York .
+ J.CHARLES FRED DB BBRRY. for his decollette dressing, but a I By assimulating the truth of "Him artists. In announcing the prize (
H. JONBB.
WILLIAM CHIPLKY JONES trospectively. civilized man has always been remarkable who spake as never man spake," and winners, the editors of the magazine .
t 1 I LELAND J. HENDERSON.; Is it enough that you pay your taxes and light bills and water rents> for clothing his body all all living in its divine light daily, state that there were several thousand

Ad H. C. SPARKMAN. Is it that the preacher and contribute to the church ? Is it over, except head and hands, and he I I fear delusion gloom, disease and subjects submitted, which causes the \
la' .' C.__.... >State at larir, enough you pay puts gloves on his' hands and a hat discouragement will pass away. distinction achieved by Mr. Smith to 1
"1 1 CLAUDE L'KNQLR. enough: that you are a member of the Board of Trade? on his head when he aims to be I\ A characteristic exemplification of be the greater.

r yyp ..' C.... _FRANK_... II.CLARK......I ItlatrlPti It is NOT enough, granting that you measure up to these requirementsof ciety.faultlessly Our attired fashionable for the women best, those so- 'j I I love ing crippled is to see or the wounded mother bird to attract feign I I J. W. -Buzby--had-<00I -the-misfortune- to

passive good citizenship. '' the attention of the hunter from her have the forefinger of his right hand
who have the
only a covering on I'I
U.ren.rl ,
: low-I'i ,, hurt Tuesday. He was -
1 & young, subjecting herself to sacrifice severely operating
sustained of the bust and next to
for ,
There is need in a community constany.and activity er part
growing the lathe at the novelty
to save those she loves. turning
the back the neck shoulders I|
ing ,
TRAMMEL.j .. ; better\> considerable on ', Some hundred ministers works of the Kissimmee Lumber Co',
for the city's advancement. Somebody, or yAome bosom and arms would feel insulted years ago some i I
H. CLAY CRAWFORD. I of the If it isn't done the town to be to the cannibal of the gospel ( ? ) sat on the ,, when the machine caught his forefinger -
f .. number of must do the work town. compared sav-
.. 'oaiBilMMloaer of Agriculture, persons who breechcloth bung-hole of his fermenting ecclesias- and nipped it off at the first
age women sport only a I I
----j\-A. MclAE- J doesn't grow, and display the rest of the body tical swill barrel and pointed out the jointr. Some weeks ago Mr. Buzby's
1 fizzing .streams oozing from his Ion was injured by a saw at the mill,
Kor Ntate TmkHHrrri ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART OF-'Ti-lAI WORK) in its nudity. '
tub. But the having"his fearfully lacerated sothat
neighbors slop now am-
J. C. LUNINO. Now that count the veins
., Far AU....*? UeMeralt If you are not. cast a look around you and consider the business identity i: on a lady's legs one and can ankles, her stock- bassador for Christ stands with open there was danger for awhile of
j the member. The
all his losing boy's
and "Come unto
arms says me
THOMAS F. of the who ings are so transparent, and the waist
WEST. men are.
and it is
labor wound thoughtthat
ye that and are heavy laden +is healing
of front and
,"o Far. State Controller! We said somebody had to do this work; somebody is doing this work; only back, covers it leaves a but part a trifle the of imagination : and ye shall find rest for your souls." he will lie able> to get out l before

;J W. V. KNOTT. .. --but who is that somebody? Again we put it in the plural : Who are those to fill out the whole picture, especially ---_ long. J
Far Star! Svprrlalratlral f Public
her frock is scant that
as so NOTICE.
Many pretty things will be shownat
1..Cno..n. ?
persons her entire anatomy can be suggested Notice is that the
hereby given review hatz'x opening. Watch for date.
'/ "' W. N. SHEATH. Is is good for Kissimmee that there are some such. It is exceedingly every time she takes a step out in and equalization of the city assessment -

k Mar Mai. ChcaOiitiK. tortunate for those business men who do nothing for the advancement of the the open. As a rule women do not roll for 1912 taxes, were Fellmere Farmer: Mr. P. A.
10. HUSK.Kor go into transports over seeing naked completed by the City Council at a VansAgnew, of Kissimmee, spent the
+ Adjataat litmrrmll, general good that there are men in the town who are not so selfish as they. women, no matter who well shaped meeting held on the 17th day of day here on September 9 on business.
j J. CLIFFORD R. FOSTER.County There is nothing that can be done for the progress and prosperity of the townas they; may be, and the conviction is irresistible :September 1912. During hiM visit Mr. VansAgnew went
that the woman's nude appearance Further notice is hereby given that out to enjoy the* view from the obser-
a whole that does not.operate to the benefit of all business in the town. is fixed to please the men. Council will meet on Tuesday the 1st vation tower on the dredge St. Lucie

Democratic TicketW Perhaps you hadn't thought of it in that way. Perhaps it hadn t oc- Let the preachers keep up the criticism day of October, A. D. 1912, to hear and agreed to bring hni motor car
will do any good. that be the to Lake Wilmingtonjust
complaints presented over
prairie
may
W t _, tcurred to you that working for the welfare of the town is no more incumbentupon I against said assessment. as soon us it can be transferred

ARTHUR ICaC.! E.session DONEUAN.HrBreaeatatlve some other man than upon you. Are you doing your part? Answer' This 20th day of September, A. I). just as soon as it can be transported
' Many pretty things will be shown 1912. J. R. GILBERT by lighter from the lake to Fell-
.'- :::. I that please. at Kati'a opening. Watch for date. 39-2t City Clerk. mere.WARNING.
H. CLAY STANFORD 0- :

'if I Coa.
T. M. MURPHY. YiYi YiYiYiYiYiYiYi YiYiYiliYiYiYi! $ $ YiYiYiYiYi $ YiYiYiIi v v;%

:h rruamatlBK. AU.sH ". The time is getting ripe for .. to do some active and .
D. GEIGER across "
SbcriBTiU definite work for getting a canal cut the State. !Ii !5

\ W 'H. INQRAM.Clrcalt .. . This project it more than fifty years old. and it has been laughed out !Ii .. J

: J. L. OVKRSTREET.CI.rki f of court by many just'ai the drainage of the Everglades was..until Broward ., 'i!;" ,*i I ITO '

Tax Calleetort demonstrated the practicability of that scheme. x '

.. 0, C. L. BANDY. Some time ago Senator Duncan U. Fletcher made a suggestion which

".. Tar Aaaeaaori seemed practical. He proposed that part of the machinery which is now
W. I. BARBER. i
r employed in the construction of the Panama Canal be put at work to cut a !
.._teadeat of Pabllp. ItiMtr........,
', '. W. J. BEARS. canal cross-State after it had served its purpose on the larger project.In YOUNG MEN !I
-.-
w "1 :; T...... ,...... the meantime it is observed that the Georgia congressmen have the !Ii .
," 4 S. L. LUPFER.Nurvrrori .
,\ fame idea and have actually taken the matter up with the authorities to !Ii $

..,- -,,., , R. H. LUDLAaT.I . secure the use of the canal machinery for a similar enterprise that has.been. Yi !Ii


I ' '. District COUNTY: No. I"--'OMMIMSIOMOHSl E. I. IKSIKY.DlatrlCt agitated We in presume that State.that there is enough machinery: for several States to have Is Do not buy SCHLQSS BROSclothes unless you !x

No.No. KAYMONO S.-A. .... RARH.DlBtrlct .(..ANI"IIUlatrlct : the use of portions of it at the same time, yet it would be well for the Florida !Ii

I>l trlct No.No. 4.5.--I FRANK). H. HAHH.WALKER. representatives to put In their claim for use of the machinery in Flortdarl- !H! wish to Ic3k NEAT, STYLISH and WELL-DRESSED.!

COUNTY IUJlOOI'IIt'nu. Some time ago a preliminary survey for a proposed canal over a ruin !Hi ; !HiW

District No. 1.--W. C. MASS.Dlstrrt loute across Florida wan declared by a corps of engineers to be not feasible. You certainly will if you wear them because they fit jjj
STREET. No. t.-()
District No. S.--W W. CHANnLKR. !such a canal as that proposed has received the endorsement and en-

I ,, ,' .-- __ : -- u.. touragcroient of many able and discerning men. It would afford a great saving jjj so snugly at the collar and shoulders, and. do not draw jjj

\l Miss Hortense Broward, sister' of of sea-peril and freight assessment to say nothing of the shortening of \

the late Napoleon Broward, has been :lime between Gulf and Atlantic ports and on inter-oceanic traffic as well. x wrinkle at the Will hold
appointed vice; president for Floridaof Senator Fletcher can very well afford to ask his colleagues to join him nor seams. They their shape }

"'J, the Woman's' National Democratic in securing another survey and the use of the Canal machinery. jIsC

t'' . in League.which women This is have the been first recognized campaign CONFUSION WORSE-. -CONFOUNDED.The x until they are worn out because they are made of the Hijfi

J and if a certain forerunner of suffrage -

.... '- for women.4 -- request made of the Supreme Court by Governor Gilchrist for an best ALL-WOOL material that' money can buy. Hi

-< That Pensacola concerning the regularity of the of the resolutionin
I i' youth who was advisory opinion passage if"
y :y; '. oVercome by the temptation to get regard to the initiative and referendum comet tardily. x Nobody wears them except the man who wants Hi .J
g / money without earning- and chose The Governor seems to think that he would be authorized in refusingto .

) the plan appropriating a fortune approve the warrants drawn for the payment of the newspaper advertising x LOOK BETTER FEEL BETTER *
i ;' >t' at a single swoop deserve more pity to and be BETTER
'''f '.''y"' tluui cenaure. He could not foresee which has been done in connection with the submission of this amendmentto ,

; : J.J the impossibility of getting of the people.
away a vote
with it nor the absolute failure of his The Supreme Court hasn't rendered its dtcision; but whatever that in DRESSED than the other fellow. ,

I f. .,,Jim, if he had been successful in doe opinion is the Governor will not be justified in refusing to approve such

.J. so.' close By yielding range he to the placed glamor all the ofgold'at warrants. The advertising was regularly ordered by the Secretary of State ifj Call and see our New Fall Line of BROWNS Hi

el efforts of his future life at a discount and the service has been performed by the newspapers. Who is to lose if the ,

and handicapped all hope for future Governor fails t to- affix his signature to the warrants? The newspapers of ifi GREY-MIXTURES and BLUES. Iy
\ happiness. lie i is no more depraved course. Are newspapers in any wise to blame for this blunder if it is !
,, than many who are never exposed;
this experience may make him much held to be a blunder? They are not. Who then should be made to suffer
better than his associates, but In any this loss? The Atorney General, who is responsible for it. That the Attorney ; We are sole agents for ifi

I vent his punishment of publicity is General] made a mistake there appears to be little doubt. It would be much

,,t' \. I evere. simpler. however for the Court to decide that the Attorney General was .
-
.i :. :." News A new.gives item this in the information DeSoto:County"The confounded.,ight.If the Court determines otherwise it will be a case of confusion worse |! THE CLOTHES BEAUTIFUL i iHi

'; :, plot of ground between the tracks _-.-c -- '
-." : of the A. C. L. Ry., where the old
We wish to direct eipecial attention to the story in this issue which .
$. .. '' .depot I. being enclosed this ===== HiHi
k .... + .....It. with ft neat two-stringer iron tells of the cost and extent .of the street paving recently"completed in Kis !95
r 8 i4 ":' ,,,, ..._ :+ -'-'pip fence and A small flower garden simmee. That almost a third of the entire cost should have been paid for !I; ';4t

and park will be made on same. The freight charges op the paying material is subject for more extended comment jfi;
\ .railroad .?company has generouslyI' of work for the State ''Chamber of Com-
and investigation. Here is a piece
: l' i ': ground fenced to and the donated city for park this purposes.piece of" merce. Every county is concerned in the cost of hauling road materials, and 1 H. C. STANFORD CO. !4o

11...,. "., tH Strajige that the. Coast Line should so every county should have a representative in a conference called to' begin : | o-oIi
; :favor. Arcadia and take an entirely action to reduce such charges The transportation problem in its various !
( . ',;
r toward Xlnlm__
; different attitude
/
\ the lack oi facilities and the excessive rates is a matter of the
:,;_.. ': Society this city phases, chiefly
.The
r r''' propoa.d'.to Improvement beautify a lot near the moit serious moment to every hamlet in 'this State. The State Chamber of | KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Ij! J
c
ps i :railroad belonging. the railroad Commerce' represents abouthalf of the counties of the State. It comes ,,

;; .. :eomplUll "if the company: would nil Meaner to being a representative eommercirl I body than any we have and,,this !Ii "Hi;; /":$',
J- 'the: Jot ,mbat', this .proffer'was'de> ; thia'' its f this I.E! ,. '
question is that scope.It
one comes' readily : .'I
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2f.IIU. 1eiSSIMMIE ' '
' THE VALLEY GAZETTE.
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Klsslmmee.ValleUGazette: : .lIdit..of.lout A. Searson, U engaged In an Many pretty thla .' will be shown Miss Mary Saunders and Mr. Harry F, B. Cramer general manager '''Of Mr.-and- Mrs." ''C. A.C, r.oaw' +, .! .
the accounts of theFirst .t Kate's opening. Watch for date. Johnson of St. Cloud were married at the 'N.rcooaee.Farm.,
and
, T.PHOflla .O: u. National Bank, of St.. Cloud. the office of the Townsite Mined *'_dlnnerpaity.MoiMlay:_ .
T. ,, county clerk Saturday Co., which
The handsome new home'of Judge company owns, seven ing, complimentary to their I1 Ht.
r --' _PUBUSHED EVERY FRIDAY For bulbs, hyaclntlw.;. narcUiur, George ,F.Parker on Emmett street I ing,the Clerk R. G. Johnston perform thousand acres of, land immediately Miss-Nancy Call Bryan, who departed
, tuberoses Chinese ceremony. Thafrienda of the adjoining town of NarcoosseVand Tuesday to take_' place in the
-ST- lilliet, Easter 111. next lot to his old home, has been a
, w.'.. HA"8.' Use, etc., see Miss Jean Caldwetll, completed and occupied by Judge young people are numerous and all which will be placed on, the market faculty of Columbia College, at Lak*
; , Florist, Phone.83. J 39.2 Parker and family.A..L..McMnllen are wishes extending for congratulations and In a few weeks In ten-acre tracts: left City.. Present were Miss Nancy CaD
their happiness.Fellmere Monday night for Cincinnati. He : Bryan, Miss Elizabeth Carson Miss'
. .' snareWeather'Report- : All men singers are ,requested"to of Franklin, 'Pa., c. Farmer'.Mr': E., Nelson will return here about October 10. Nannie Reese; Messrs. Dozier ,Lel it-' .)0
meet at the Chapter house at 7:00 write. the Valley Gazette: "I am in- Fell, of New York, vice president of Parker ner, E. C. Duzenbury, J H. Reese.F. -
Wadley "
o'clock sharp this evening to rehearse terested in reading your paper and the Fellmere son of Judge y1.-
for the cantata. .m looking forward to spending :the president of Farms the Fellmere Company,Sales and George r F., Parker, left Saturday for P., Smith, wife and '''two ClnCh-
I winter in Florida." Rutledge. Ga., ,where he will take ters arrived here Monday.from Salobur
W. B. Company, spent three .days here last charge.of
Crawford returned to. the a garage. He i i. a motor Mass. .;,
the and will 'remain until late
Following are daily tern.peraturea week on a tour of Inspection
city leaving enthusiast
Monday from and
Week
visiting The Gazette understands
a spent Valley was on yesterday -- the busi .of next
and precipitation &I Kappa .. Lamb on Thursday of last week en route ness.. This i spring year. Mr. ,and Mrs.
Alpha societies in. Georgia presented by Mal with a knowledge combined with Smith spent last ,winter here, and
reported by the Government I and Alabama. cluster of six splendid grapefruit;all north. his excellent! busines qualities will un. i were so impressed withthe ,,: advan* *-
station at Kissimmee. for the exceptionally large for this season The ladies doubtedly] bring the success which'hia tourist '
: McKay Realty Co., can sell a of the Baptist church: friends feel tages our city offers the that ,, ,
you The confident
well colored.
and that
fairly fruit he
week ending Sept. 26, 1912- lot on paved street, paving bill paid will hold their social meeting on next achieve. will they returned here this season early .
in Mr. Lamb's
'for' $300. It is one of the best bargains was grown grove near Wednesday .afternoon, October 2, In order' to procure a ,modern resi
MAX M'N. naap '" in the city. 38tf Turkey lake. from three to five/ o'clock, at the homeof Many pretty things will be shown dence before the influx .of, tourist ,
I Rev. J. B. Holley of the Mrs. H. M. Breaker. Every lady at Katz's opening. Watch for' later. ;
'Friday. . : . $9 70 .32 Tallahassee pastor dale. /
True Democrat: : Miss member of the church is earnestly
Saturday;, , 8d 71 ,25Sund.y. Gladys Crawford Baptist church at Wrightsville, Ga.. Albert C. A. Carson returned'I % "
will leave this week was in the city Monday looking after requested to attend. Mrs. Breakerand Huling has returned to Kin Thursday : I trh
. . . . 88 'l2 42 to spend the winter with her brother, some property which he recently Mrs. Roma Thomas will be host simmee from Tallahassee, where he from the opening of Columbia College "
Monday . . . 87 75Tuesday. in Kissimmee., purchased here. He had not seen his esses. moved a few years ago and has again at Lake City, lie says the open-
I engaged in the concrete: business Ing was a great success, the 'enrollment -' ..r
before but ,
. , . 91 75 Miss Camille Morrison left this purchase expressed himself 'Elizabeth with U
with it. Miss Carson will visit Dickerson. Mr. Ruling it now being about fifty per cent. more w
highly pleased
I Wednesday 96 73 . morning from St. Augustine, where as friends in Jasper and Jacksonville satisfied that there is no more de- than the opening last l'ear'.t this ;F S
;
Thursday 90 73 she has been appointed a teacher in T. B. Gillespie, manager of the Alabama before returning home. She left Kis- sirable place in which to live than time. The total enrollment :for., the
i.. the city schools. Paving Co., which company simmee Tuesday to attend the opening I Khsimmee, and expects to build himself last year was about 250 students. r
) Emil Mach has returned home has just about completed the job of l exercises of Columbia College at a home and remain with us per /The/ {prospects for a largely increased ,y, ' #
from a month's vacation which he laying four miles of vitrified brickon Lake City. Miss Carson formerly''II manently.Miss enrollment for the comin.yea are
-.wHs --------- spent seeing the of Chicagoand our streets, left yesterday for I filled a position in the faculty of Johanna Gabe of most encouraging.
sights ,
will be his I I' Columbia. Weimar j
other Western Ocala, which city headquarters I Germany,
cities.
I the audience
s I at C. W. Ward arrived Saturday from "
for the next two months.Mr. the Pastime heater
i THI(: LOCAL fInD. The man who wants one of the best Tampa Tribune: Col. Johnson, the ing with several Saturday even- Switzerland where he spent the sommer. '
t building lots in the city, on a paved and Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan have 'I able attorney of Kissimmee, was in came to Florida to songs.visit her Miss Gabe It will be ,pleasing to Mr.. I IWard's
street, for (300, had better see Mc- moved into the Moon house on Emmett the city yesterday on professional!'I E. uncle, F. friends to hear that he is.enJoying -", w, !
Kay Realty Co., at once 3Stl street. This property was recently business. He reports the campaignfor better health than he has before G''
--- K- --# ; sold by Mr. J. 'L. Moon to Mr. members of the Kissimmee Boardof sev-eral I' for several years. He will remain ,
. R.: G. Johnston, clerk of Os'ceola Hawley of Atlanta, who was in Kis- 1 Trade becoming very warm and { : here until late spring, when h*i' t 4 ; ,
county, left Tuesday for Asheville, I simmee last week to look at his purchase prospects good for breaking the fortunate. I' will again seek the salubrious climate t+
Rub-My-Tism will cure you. 21-18t and other points in North Carolina I and investigate conditions here. I phenomenal record of St. Petersburgin and scenery of the Alps, and
h.mb.y..11 colors, at F. H. Law- for two weeks' vacation. this direction. I I Citizens of Kissimmee remember sibly make.a tour around the world, {.

on'.. 39-11 The best bargain i in town is an Broom i The Valley Gazette a in receipt of the Townley brothers, and will be which will occupy.about two years of r !r i '
house the premium list of the fifth trl- Rev. Dr. J. P. Hilburn preached at interested to read the following from his time. :.
Montgomery Smith, of Orlando, three lots, partly, grounds on paved comprising street, I county fair and stock show at El I the Methodist church Sunday morning I II I I the Miami Metropolis: With the arrival .
was in Kissimmee Tuesday. $1,600. McKay Co. 38-tf Dorado Springs!, Mo., thoughtfully I. and evening. Dr. Hillburn's morning 1 this morning of Mr. J. M. Town- t Many pretty things will be shewn ,
Realty I mailed us by T. F. Martin, who is sermon was on the'-subject of ChristI I ley, and the expected arrival later of at K...'. opening. Watch 4or' ''date.- :
Furnished Rooms For Real Cards Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Strickland, of one of the Gazette's valued readers I ian charity: in its relation to man and his brother, Mr. T. L. Townley, who is I rL ..
for sale at the Gazette office. Buffalo, N. Y., arrived in the city I, In that place. The fair was advertised God. He prefaced the sermon by a now in Ludington, Mich.. work will President H. Clay Stanford; of the
last Saturday to spend the winter. : to begin Sept. 26, to continue brief talk on the value of Christian soon begin on the big office building | Kissmimee Board of Trade,' .baa appointed ' I :'s
Many pretty things will be shewn They are with Mr. R. C. Weidler. through the 28th. education, or more pointedly stated, the brothers will erect on Avenue C, S. J. Triplett and, at Katz's opening. Watch for date, 1 the great good that is following the directly north of the Red Cross pharmacy I Ward as delegates to the twentieth ; i
W. H. Brokaw with Grilling Broth- 5 or 6 does of 666 will break any For Sale-Seven lots I Ox.P9 in my i I establishment of denominational col- block a tthe corner of Twelfth, annual convention of the National Irrigation I'
the tree people. 40tf. case of Chills & Fever; and if taken orange grove on Brack street. Also 1 leges in Florida. He referred to his'1!I.s announced in the Metropolis a Congress, to: be:held at Salt; "
ers, thea as a tonic the Fever will not return my bouse of eight rooms and both on work in connection with the Southern :.week ago. It is expected that work I Lake City, Utah, September 80 to '
Mrs. Mary Summers visited Nar- Price 26 cents.: tf Aderhold street. Every lot covered I College at Sutherland. Dr. Hilbum I will begin within a few weeks October 3, inclusive. Mtssrs. Ward .,
ooosee on Wednesday. with orange trees, and house and is filling the place of financial agent'for i though the construction will not be and Triplett will leave in Mr. Ward'.' if.." ,
Mary pretty things will be shownat grounds occupY' quarter block in the institution after having served I rushed, it being the desire of the 1 aeroplane tonight immediately after t
A. W. Winn spent Wednesday at J aU's opening. Watch for date. splendid residence section. Will sell I five years as its president. He will I builders to go slow and put up a i the trial of Capt. Donegan in order i'

his orange grove near Haskell Capt. J. F. Farriss, one of the 'most on very easy terms. Mrs E. O return to the active ministry the first |I I block that will! be a monument to ', to be in Salt Lake for the opening; .
Tatman. 40-ltpd of the year their faith in Miami. session. .
of St. Cloud and
Ladies' and misses' white hosiery prominent men a 1 r.

. -- at.. H Law_'&, 39 It. great admirer" of Kissimmee and its =_-- 'F' = - 0 = .-
I people, was transacting/ buslneewhereWednesday. '
Dr. J. C. Davis left Wednesday for .
Sanford and other points in that sec \,
: Go up to the court house early to-
tion. night if you don't want to stand up }{ I
I
A want ad. in the Valley Gutttte I during the trial of the most famouscase
has never yet failed to produce results in, the history of Florida courts. . .

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A lot on a paved street, with pav-
I'. A. VansAgnew returned Satur- ing bill paid, for $300, is one of the We Sell the Widely Known t
cheapest propositions in Kissimmee,
day from a thre edays' visit to Fell.- .. i
mere. McKay Realty Co., has it for ,
sole. 38tf "

S. R. Field, the hustling real estate
man, of Loughman, was in the city Mrs. R. W. Hatcher, of Joplin, Mo.,
Monday. was the guest of Mrs. .'. S. Key, a KLEIN MOFFETT
few days this week. Mrs. Hatcheris 1
If you want a lot on a paved street visiting friends for a few weeksat
with pavement paid for, at $300, see St. Cloud.
McKay: Realty Co. 38tf
Mrs. J. D. Clark returned this week

Doc Lightsey. one of Polk county's from Canada, where she spent the Children's and Misses' Dresses '
most prominent cattlemen, spent summer. Mr. Clark who also spent
Tuesday in the city. the past several months there, will
not return until later. r
The man who doesn't attend the 1,
trial. at the court house tonight will Leon Fennell purchased this week

miss a bushel of fun. the pool tables and cigar stand in .
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Beam'an -
the building, formerly operated -
Col.! Andrew Johnson spent .Tuesday as the 'Smoke House," and will This line of Dresses i ia- the most sought after medium price, ready-to-wear: garments'than k"t t {

I It.' .before in the Tampa circuit attending court. to matters the Install other a barber businesses, shop mentioned.in addition to you will find on the market. We have quite a' selection for.you to choose from. and.'I will be] lY '

nhav in and look the line." ',>. ; through
glad you come ,>- : ; ; tf. . -. ?\ ." .
W. I. Barber, the next tax assessor Miss Madeline Hill, who has spent .
.. of Osceol. county, was a visitor to the past two months at the New . _ .
Kissimmee Wednesday.G. England Conservatory of Music, in ---- -- - -
Boston, passed through the city Mon- s

W. Spahr, of Orange Center, day en route to her home at Nar- r' i
spent yesterday in this city looking coossee. or J k '
after business matters.
Many pretty things will be shown ,
R. S. Floyd, one of Kissimmee'smost at Katz opening. Watch for date. '

prominent business men, visited Tallahassee, True Democrat: lion.
Tampa on MondayS I William Bloxham Crawford of Kis- ..

simmee, was one of the recent prominent -
Bv Aultman spent a few days I .
visitors to the city, stopping
the past week enjoying the pleasuresof with his father, lion. H. Clay Craw
the East Coast *
ford 4'i\

Dr. May Smith has rented the The friends of Mrs. M. J. ]Hicks
Spier house on Mabbette street, and
will be pleased to learn that her con- I ,
will it on October 1.
occupy dition is improved and she was ableto
sit for awhile this week. While t
up ;
Many pretty things will be shownat )
Katz's Watch for date. hope Is entertained for her recovery, "
opening. she is still very ill. 'cjI !
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. In town today and Saturday W. Many pretty things will be shownat :
JI. Brokaw, Room 1, State Bank Bldg. Katz opening. Watch for date. I -
X'all up phone No. 19 40tf /'
Dr. W. D. Hill has returned to the \ J. S
Mayor N. C. Bryan returned Tues- city from an extended trip throughthe i -?
day from a two weeks' stay at his West and will be joined by Mrs. .
old home near Marshallville, Ga. Hill later in the fall. The doctor says I

I O. B. Strickland and wife, of Buffalo he found no place in the West that ., I .'';'
Kissimmee
N. Y., reached this city Satur- looked as good to him as '"\ .

day and will remain permanently. S. S. Griffin spent last Sunday in 1202 ... I 501 970 ",

, \ Many pretty things will be' shownat the city his visiting host of friends his brothers here. Sam and In this number you will find quite This number, a. you see, is of a This number ls_ shown in various r

Katz's opening. Watch for date. and seeing Mrs. Griffin have just made a a range of colors in pretty Plaid plain material" with button. to match sized checks; trimmed in embroidered :c '. .. C'Gingham

Rub-My-Tism will cure you. 21-18t trip to Washington, Philadelphia and trimmed with bias bands of piping making it quite an effective and plain bands to match. This ;
C other points in the East. same, and medium size pearl buttons little dress for any and all occasions. dress must be seen to be appreciated '4 "

An 8-room house and three lots and L. D. and'white piping. Sizes 8 to 14 years. Sizes 6 to 12 year. Sixem 6 to 14 years _'t. .
one lot on paved street, can be bought Mrs. M. A. Geiger son, f:d
Jr. of Apopka, are in the -- ----
from McKay Realty Co., for $1,500 Geiger, = 0't
38tf. city for a few weeks' visit and are ., .
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. ; j'

George Swayne, of Newport, Ky., Geiger.

a spent visit Saturday to his cousin and, Sunday Dr. J. W.here Simp-on I Mrs. E. O Tatman, of Benton Mrs.Harbor L. We have other lines of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods ; l t 'j,

Mich., accompanied by

son. of Griffin's maker M. Martin, arrived, an in experienced the city last dress-weekto and Notions which it will give us pleasure to show you. h ": 't'

J. J. Griffin, manager \\
winter. Mrs. Martin II
the ,
Gaines spend .
for o
left last night ,y '
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garage busi- ,
will in the dressmaking I
ville to drive an Apperson car to this engage . } ,
ness here. .- . ... "
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city.T. Remittance was made this week by .
C. Roberts, of St. Cloud, was in N. B. Carson, cashier of the State '
the city Tuesday en route to his old collected for the :
Bank, of the amount t .:1 ;
home in the North for a few weeks Democratic campaign fund. The \

visit. amount was not large, but it will help COME
music some, and if every town in the country "-
Deidrrer, It
Miss Fraulein
School in does as much there will be no lack KATZ.; ; '
teacher Orlando, at Is the spending Cathedral the week with of money for the Democratic cause.H. TAKE! A TO

Mrs. F. W. Hill, at Narcoossee. W. Brokaw, of Apopka, is in LOOK! . YOU :

will arrive Sunday Kissimmee He attended a meetingof .
Mrs. D. G. Wagner
Board of Trade las
the Apopka .
of Tennessee
mountains .
from the and that body is flourishing 1.
Mr. evening, :s
where she spent the will summer.the Williams and tang great interest In KISSIMMEE, FLA. ; r ; ,
occupy .
and Mrs.
Wagner street. the work of the State Chamber of .'
Main
cottage on .
Commerce. Several members were

Miss Mary'Jefferson and Miss Janie I| added to the Apopka board at las otto A. ,."!O""

j I +: Taylor have returned to Charleston, night's meeting. .' a .e. I

.",.. S &. after a pleasant visit Jefferson's with I' Many pretty things,, will be shownat : \I:.4ot <

: \: Mrp. D.MrBre'ter, ,.,Miss- Kali's opening. Watch I for date. ..I' ' .r!4 1

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, ',ACE 8.- w .t '" 'THE lei S5 IMMEc-' VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER_ _27. _III%. .

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1 1W solely;as a dessert or appetizer-the ledge 'of the '''condition and requirements '
W1MIHGTHE; . -. ... present,function!; of Tnoiit fruits in our of his soil. '
diet-but to a builder-of blood; bone, "Bermuda 'onions -often- ,command - :
:"f i brawn and brain,containing from 10 fancy figures while! the car shipments The A pic iC.n-"d.Demand for'F1Cridand.. Cannot Be I . _
? tATINAMERICANS to 18 per cent,of an easily 'digested of sacked onions are readily Doughty I : .1
I fat-a fait which makes it often rely profitable prices by representatives Appreciated By You Until You Have Visited Our,Beautiful CityTHE ..

ommended to'invalids- ..: : of Northern firms, many of f
e A fruit weighing a pound will make whom are making specialty of-this = . 1 <
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SECRETARY SOUN'DSiTIlE meal item and finding ready marketsin t. ..: '__ .' I.:
KNOX a meal of.a healthy man-a on 'I are
which he do work al- city of 'the country. ThereIs a
KEYNOTE FOR A GREAT INTERNATIONAL can a mans every ,
. though of course) as it is usually )less work in preparing this crop
COMMEnt made up into salad it would b# considered for the market than. many other of

: CIAU GATHERING' sufficient to serve fur or six the shipping crops, as they do not 1 ,
A .IJ'II" 1 person But add to thn-high nutritive require such careful crating and sizing I

; n 'MOBILE, ALA: value its appetizing qualities, as tomatoes, eggplant and other 1 MeKAYREALTY -1.L: : : .T
it of this class. .
and the variety of ways in, which vegetables : [ c. rt
can be prepared and one can under- Marketable onions should weigh
'By stand that it is likely to be largely from afx ounces to a pound ,each, andon .'
'S j, ; of the way of celebrating: opening 'consumed when the price reaches a average soils, with proper cultivation -
Panama Canal and in
"
i pursuance -
reasonable figure. and ordinary favorable season, a
to an important call from the' Those who have never eaten an yield of 500 bushels per acre Is. a
Secretary of tate, the Latin-Ameri- ahuacate will have some diffJculty in moderate estimate of yield. Prof. P. ': CO.
0 can republics are now taking: definite Imagining j-ist what it in like. It is li. Rolfs states that 800 bushels per '
!, to maintain a permanent exhibition of the consistency of iced butter, in acre have been produced, and one I "I.t

tion I of their products established closed in a thick,, tough skin which Texas crop known to the writer made' .
with the display now allows it to be shipped to any dis- a yield of 790 bushels. per acre.
Retailers(
Wholesalers and
Washington by the Southern Commercial tance. The pulp is firm, but so oily ,
'x Congress. Our neighbors in i itI that, it cannot be readily cooked; the i
; 'tbe Caribbean have been informed by is. sometimes N 0'1'I C'I'; Foil |J)8.MI .
flavor delicately nutty -
i Secretary Knox, through the American first but becominga
displeasing at soon and
Timber
( diplomatic and consular officers, habit. Americans who have lived in- \< .f For llld. Far C'o..Cr.CI." .fMldlpnalk.il
that delegates from their countries t. 4'14? of KlMlKMrv, Kl..
of
'f
the tropics, where it formed a part "
2 "will be welcome the
at next annual their daily food often say that they Notice In herchy given that In pur'
-convention of the Southern Commercial miss than the ahuacate, suancf of a revolution adopted by the .
Congress, to be held in Mobile, nothing more Council of the City of Klvslmmee onH'pt..mb..r
when they return to the States. Once 24th. 1912. the Council of Lands
., in the tall of 1918 at the time of the Timber
\ ? acquired the taste is never lost-National Bald City will receive bids for the con- .
opening;,of the Panama Canal. The ntructlon of sidewalk' as slated below -
f /Invitation to the foreign( delegates is Food Magazine. at the Clerk's office In the City
IlHll at Klimlmmee Florida at 7:30
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also sanctioned by John Barrett, the n. m. on Tue <1ay. the 8th day of Octo-
director, of the Pan-American Union. 44444 + + 444444444 + ber. A. I II 191Z ,, --

) The convention will be made an 4 4 On On Clyde It.V..IIU.Avenue.... 1716 1450 feet feet .
r tntemation" event" says Secretary 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 On Vernon Avenue 1150 feet
w Knox, in hlsTrfea to out foreign representatives 4 + + 4 On Beaumont Avenue 2300 feet
for further dWtaite friend + On Orlando Avenue. 2220 feet
,1. 4 + THE BERMUDA On Darlington Avenue, 70 Ce..t."m .
co-operation between the United '+ + + Stewart Avenue, 570 feet,
'States and Latin America. "For a 4_ .+ ONION. + On Verona Street 1600 feet
o period of at least two including + 4 On Emmett Street. 1126 feet desirable and
years 4 + sun Bryan Street, 316(1 feetOn E also have some very very
; the date of the, next congress, a + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 Main Street 2690 feet w
t, I study will be made of the relation of + On Mabbettc Htreet 1990 feet
the Southern States in to the On Patrick Street. 2660 feet
general, 44444444444444 + 444
Panama Canal, the Ltin-American On"n Broadway Church Street Street. .1350 76 feet feet : well improved Orange. Groves near to Rail

, republics and world commerce._ On: Makln Avenue; .800 feet i
t, \ 'The congress has planned two Sometime ago Mr J. E. Ingraham On I'oBBlel 1 Avenue. 760 feet I
"' ;general lines of activity in keeping vice-president of the Florida East On On Black Sproul" Street Avenue.3460 144 feet.un feet. :
1 'with the above purpose. It is proposed Coast Railway, in charge of the land Itun> Avenue 660 feet + Road, Church and School. We own most

to have the Latin-American republics and industrial department, wrote a Total: FrontaKe. i 29.299 feet.Ucduetions 'i
l will lie made from thenbuvc
'' the cultivationof .
I' pamphlet advocating
through their respective '" frontage for any sldewalka
e diplomatic representatives, come into the Bermuda onion as a sure and constructed' b> property' owners pending of the offering for sale
'direct touch with the Southern Commercial profitable crop In the first portion of the, sidewalks if this l notice property we are ,
Hold l he constructed of
to
Congress in the study of the the folder Mr Ingraham gives the cement according to the specification I .
t 'abject of commerce, and provide for lowing interesting: information: tniul, h\ the ... the countries, delegations In tho rapid agricultural dt'velop- ltthf Council, and filed In the hold able: J to
through ,_to ,. iandbalance we options on so we are
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be represented at the fifth annual ment'-o71fie EaRl Cos i"otTlo f ltia ++ -t'iw--If.;. rkr - --- ; ___... _
y Ihllau nt to IM iim<]<* IIi Certificates
;t; convention in Mobile. Addresses will there is a demand for such crops as of 1'mli,btcdnrse l IMau",1| under Chapter
be delivered and papers will be submitted ran he grown to the best advantage ,361, laws of "'rinrldn Acts of 1911. at j
(miHltie. ire wing iRht per rent annual i the best of
a. .. by representatives of the for- duced most economically and turnedin I inli t .rrstI' give you terms.
) ot, ,etgn countries. that section, which can be pro- Intro mark,l for liriiin InindreililollHis
''to "Aa Washington, the capital of the into cash to best advantage. Many paxiilili ,li> tin t'Ity TifasurerShHll f

nation, is the center of tourist travelin crops have been tried Home with All) arwnnpam bids to |M> IHlll addressed bid to 4Countl If have that wish to exchangefor
f 1 the United States, it is planned to great success and others with less of tin Cilof IfMlnimi,.e. care of you any property you
install exhibits of their products, pleasing results Some of these .1 I H .Illuit.. CllCli'rlt. KiHslmmcei'linlilii I .

chiefly their exports, together with which have proven successful alwaysrmam I li\ order llf ('011IK'III'nl.cl i I
maps, charts and literature, that the as money makes for the Si.pli 1>'mlM,I. 241 }h, 1912 : a home in one of the best States in the Union
J. H IiILREHT ,
thousands of visitors who come to trucker and grower, and it should be
4C-2t Clitk if the.Cltv of KlaslmmeePE9'rr10N ,
,"Washington from all States of the a constant aim to increase this list

t I ion and all countries of the world as much as possible in order to secure - -- - --
-may see the products of these countries a rotation and diversification of crops call, phone or write us what you have and we can
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which be
in the permanent exhibit of the can absolutely depended up-
Southern Commercial Congress, along I
on.The I nlleil glde.' H""rI..t 4'nnrl.Mouther .
with, the products of the six States object of this circular ill to call !' Illntrtrt of Klorida. j find for'you what want. -
'represented in the organization. to your attention the wonderful pos In the matel of No 810 you I
;. congress is not a part sibilities of the Bermuda onion in this H..>nl A.tller.. Bankrupt
off f the Federal government and the sect.ion. and to give some informationin
for VlmmtDlMcbaricn
I. the Matter at IVIKlOB
convention is not to be held regard to this crop from a standpoint I I jJ
5L under governmental auspices, the of what has actually been On this 25th day of September, AI I
Department of State cordially indorses accomplished on a purely practical I ) .12it,on Is ordered reading by the the r'bgNf;::: petition. - . .

n the plans above mentioned basis. The Bermuda onion cannot be a hearing he had upon the same on the : :
and directs all diplomatic representatives grown commercially to good advantage Seth day of October. A. D. 1912. before .
said Court at Jacksonville, In saidlstrlct. - -
{ section where there is
of the United States in
to cooperate any '> at ten o'clock In the forenoon.and '
:J in making the plans effective likelihood of severe cold weather during that notice thereof be published
-oJ, ,and to convey to the .governments of the winter, In this respect, the In the Valley Gazette, a newspaperprlQt..d
"' coast of Florida is especially In said District, and that all ,
the countries in '''which they are located eastern known creditors and other persons In
information as to the approval i well fitted for the crop, as, practically Interest may appear at> the. said time
/1"i of the State Department and: ask peaking, there is no danger whateverof and place and show Cause' It any theyhave PLENTY OF TIME HEREto ;
why' the prayer of said petitioner
the ever being destroyed from ,
from the
several governments their crop should not be granted.And .
Ii .hearty co-operation, for ,the purpose cold, and at the same time the crop It 1If, further ordered by the
.of bringing the republics of the West. will stand a temperature of 25 to 26 Court. that the Clerk shall Bend byma.11 .. .
here into closer and more degrees without injury, and, therefore aid petition to all known and thla creditors order addressed notice of i I', r. ".'
"' sympathetic trade relations, through a cold snap which would destroya to them at their places of residence asi i I .
,t. 1 I participation in the fifth annual convention different crop would not injure it stated M.I I show anything in the store you deaire to
Witness the Honorable JOHN
in the least
of the Southern Commercial CHUNKY: Judge of the said Court and
,! Take display of clocks for ;natance.
Up to few Bermuda! see. ,our
a
Congress and in the active participation years ago the neal thereof at Jacksonville In '
I In, the permanent exhibit main- onions were classed as a luxury, the Bald l DlMtrlct, ;.V, on Ii 1912 the 5h day ofSeiitemher We are ready to show you anything from the
r rvv tamed in Washington. chief supply coming into this country JOHN M. CHKNKV.: : Jud 'e. ,
, ; ."The motto of the congress is, 'For From the island of Bermuda and sell- A true copy Attest o. E ICKB 'I cheapest alarm to the handsomest bronze or
v a Greater Nation through a Greater ing at fancy figures, and, on accountof 4<" It .
Sftuth.' The work. of the institution its price, in comparatively small Cl..rk"I ti the daintiest china. And our silver ware is ,

,, "" therefore, national in its scope amounts. While Florida has producedthis I equally at yourcommand.. Come and I look it 4'
in small and f/ !
principally ,
It has "for'its purpose the interpretation crop a way
rt of the resources of its territory for home use, for a number of LOUIS A. EARSON I over. It will do its own urging for you to buy. )1
( :'i and( the exploitation of its advantages yeas. II
and opportunities for the information The fact that the Bermuda onion PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT .
t 'of the.-world; can he grown only in the extreme \ .

. United States Senator Duncan W. southern part of the United States AUDITOR ,: '.
, Fletcher? of Florida, is president of makes it impossible for it to get into I

rr', the. Southern Commercial Congress, competition with crops farther north, Commercial and Municipal Accounting
'-- C is its trucking crop now grown. This insures Jeweler i
y D. new managing Incorporated Accountant of the ( and.
t director. It fs an organization' which freedom from competition and I A COLE ;
is doing aggressive work along many enables the grower to choose his own International Accountants lx.

_*__, ,0 f distinct lines. The third and fourth\ time for marketing his product. The Society Detroit. .,
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*" congresses, held in Atlanta and crop is not perishable and need note

.Nashville respectively, have' pointed > rushed on the market as soon as r. 0. Ill 371 Mil Office:
"* outthe physical, the agricultural and it matures as is the case with other
KISSIMMEE, FLA ALLEKORE. t. C. t't'J.
.educational recovery of the South. In vegetable crops. If properly harvested J.
t the ,field of publicity the congress IB and stored. Bermuda onions will 1'1

. ;doing a national service in bringing keep for months in perfect condition _. .. ._
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*. ..the .South to know itself and in having ifte rbeing taken from the ground.The ,
the South known. writer has kept Bermuda onions

, Already numerous acceptances from April until October in first-class
bye been received from the call sent condition, and this fact is of the utmost .
Y; out ,by the Secretary of State, and importance to the grower, as Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint '

:there Is every Indication that the Mobile those who have handled perishable .J
t gathering may mark the beginning vegetables can readily realize.
of a new era of commerce be- The land for planting this crop r II
";weea this country and those coun- should be prepared very carefully, and LA ro
i -rteH which will be most immediately In general it is safe to say that any .1Pu

t, affected, by the opening of the Panama rood vegetable land will produce good ROSS GRAVES .
Bermuda onions. The writer has seen
Canal.-By Robert D. Ileinl, Wash- '
., + v. \10 ,Inpn correspondent: for Leslie's onions of the very finest quality produced -
i.: y Weekly. on dry, sandy pine uplands, and "The Store that Appreciate Your Trade"
there is no doubt but that hundreds
p 5'' THE ALLIGATOR PEAR. of acres of the trucking land now under -

C ,. cultivation on the East Coast of .,
A Fruit of Extraordinary; Food Value Florida will\' produce this crop profit -

V, and Cheap in Prlcf.V ably.smooth The, well seed prepared should seed be beds sown about in BUY 4 '

,t :That: the ahucate (Persia gratisiima. 'October let, and as soon as the stalks .... S. W. P. Paint Kyanizs Varnishes

often incorrectly called the avo- have reached the size of a small lead THE For Floors Interior b
eado .or alligator pear), is the most pencil which should be, under ordin- E; Known the World Over Woodwork
valuable fruit grown is the statement ary conditions, during December, they .ta BEST and Furniture r
i of many botanists horticulturists.. should be transplanted to the open
',As old in large cities at present Itsi field into rows from 18 to 24 inches CL, ECONOMY rt
i price almost justifies this description apart, setting theplants 6 to 8 inches IT IS
fa a way; never intended for half of apart in the ..-ow. Four pounds of
J:{one fruit;Is quoted on the. menus of seed will sow an acre. About one-
...fashionable 1 hotels and restaurants at third of the root and tops should be Mission.Stains AT Alabastine Wall Coating .o''
from fifty cents to $1.00. But it 1s now cut off when they-re transplanted, I .
being planted by the hundred acres and if this work ii properly and carefully -. The Stains with a reputation, It is the BoatROSS

/ in the only t two States. where it will done, the, plants.will go forward .
t grow Florida and California and with vigorous growth until maturity .... .
(within ten eare. I" should be avail- in April. Some growers sow" the seed .
. *abla to everyone in the country at in the field and thin the stand by GRAVES

-'oar. ,toot more than ten cents per fruit. transplanting, and there, is no doubt .
will do much to solveSllr that this method ball its :
result advantages.The
"Vt 4F l Such a O.is "77U Storm that Apprr&at Yom Trmth" '* t
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.,. problem of how to obtain at a rsa- ertUiaer to, be used for the ...,..... .... .
omable eost-* delicious,food that is : depend upon the soil on
-' '-raxJSeedingly; nourishing and assimUa which It 1. to be crown and this, of '

: rl rnAh ueatlea iAiA'.n..t, from course, must Jbe .determined more or Paint. Eaint.. JPaint iPaint Paint Paint '
-t A.,'a '>'j-*all ottta fruits in Xhe amount of DOIU'w Il..br..t.ha. judgment Jof.the grower, ( .f '" .. : Paint fIit

r- < -, fahmeatitcontains.., .' -It is not,useful. by'.aiperimenUng,'>*nd. bybtknow. ... .
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t THE CRIME' PPAIS[ ...444404 4.. ... li.1ne the ==; '' ,
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ft ( gospel of peace; but it and scatter them by tens of thousands ... ,
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If- ,4( TOINTERESTED() Bf FORGOTTEN j. WHERE I' FAILED. something by and see I a did comrade not possess shot throughout Yours' for the t} bigger United, more States.W. T ARROW fJ ''a>" .;
prosperous
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for doing. what he felt au State. rand "

T 'J. -.. A Personal' Civil-War Experience of. to dCl.! D. M BREAKER i B., POWELL,. Secretary, Sieettined ,
ARTY 4 -
IN DISTANT EYE VIEW OF TAMPA .
4004.444444' 444444 .FLORIDA. GAME LAWS. , , tf;
.. STATE A PLEASING PICTURE. At,
- WRITES.OFFERING. : :
1 I. Information .Which :,' "
HIS ASSIST A* After the battle of WII1 Be Profit '1V,' 11 0''T'
of Trade military able to _
operations
on James Hunters.
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I ," .- 4, were comparatively quiet for For Advertising Purposes. As the
time arid that open season for hunting is
portion of the
+ (West Palm :Beach Sun.) approaching and for the benefit of lIELLS.
) 'The erate army which was view of"Tampa tube the
] df following letter was received an easy time. In fact. there by the Board of Trade residents as well as the non-resident ,
''n hunters
Saturday's mail I IHo nothing to do but the city for advertising purposes. ,we will publish the following '
ordinary .. C1IM
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r Imperial, J of camp life, and to maintain a ''fine piece of work, and will synopsis- the game laws of Florida:.] ;f,1"\ : .ro" ';, ..,.- cu tate a,.-&_.
Broadway, 81st and 32d Sts. the handsome What ia always ,
.on enemy who. hovered ; returns on : unlawful: '
t'r 1' Editor of The.TropNcnl Sunk. As might be expected, Invented In it.. The fol To kill, capture. have in Possession Each and Every One)a Speed Shell, t'
'West heame-lax. .It-was easy to t letter from Secretary.. W B. living* or dead, buy or sell or'offer for '
I Palm Beach, Florida. furlough. Men accompanies picture sale wild -- ii. breaks
Dear even allowed any :nonrgame bird. 5 The speed that your targets nearer the
Sir I for one appreciate home and attend with thje compliments of the To take'or .
to their 1 have in possession the trap. Tbat s why inftott-VMC Sle | Lined Se
very much your efforts to bring to fairs, and occasionally a man Board of Trade the Birdseye nest or eggs of any wild non-game Shells have won U out of the 19 Ilaadioaps held lathe .
justice the murderer of De Soto I overdue before his return. of Tampa sent you this day bird. Penalties: Fine of $5 for each Hst three "..r.. .. '
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Tiger. And I hope you will keep the Under- these\ circumstances I separate cover. offense, and $5 each for each bird The speed that gets that milo-a-mlnqte !"iuctt" with a shorter
or
good work going until results are Clark, whose horn ewas s ] would be pleased if you would part thereof nest or eggs possessed, I lead-thu s why it takes over 50,000 dealers tat handle the demand
produced.In I not 'far from Georgetown, in your office. or imprisonment ten days, or both. for Rimington.UMC Steel Lined Shell. ;
what way can I help in the a furlouugh. While at home are also sending you a birds- To nave wild .
work I would a turkeys, quail or partridges The Shooting fraternityare speed wi... They khow.loos. ,
appreciate your sug tenant of his went of Tampa taken twenty in possession
company between March
gestion. smokeless powder won't drive shot. They know that. the drive
same neighborhood? As ago. 1 and November 1. Fine
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$25 to $100. depends on the compression.
Very. Truly Mi yours, Clark was informed of his will note the great change To kill in one day more than The powder cbar,. in R."';" .,_.UMC shells I Is tripped is'r,
- J. : WILLSON, JR. he went to him and told him in the city in that short space twenty-five quail or partridges and tteeToil| lining it designed to five the exact. comprc..ion,, r
To show the general interest taken not quite finished what he In the left hand corner is four wild turkeys. Fine,$25 to $100. lIece.....,. to send the load to the mark quickest. It (Iniures'peed k
In this' matter, we reproduce aneditorial do, and asked If he could not is'now West Tampa with 12,- To ship beyond the limits tit the -'the same speed in every shell. +. 1
t that appeared lately in the a day or two over time. The Opposite the Tampa county where killed any wild turkey The steel lining is moisture proof-no dampness can(el through. _
Kissimmee Gazette, one of the most thought it would be all right, so I there are 45 houses, where quail or partridge, Fine $25 to $10o! Jar proof- o powder een get out. Waste proof_no energy Is lost. '
progressive, papers.i in. the_ State.in remained and completed' there isNkflne residence on To hunt on Sunday. Fine. $25.
Xtmtavto-UMC' Arrow .... NUr. O... Stool U... Kiportbciory
HUB issue 01 the uazette are I then returned to camp and lot. On Franklin street the For non-residents to hunt without .......- ..... ..
at.
shclli far s.rea.a la
two stories of the oar U.a
Seminoles in Flor for duty. In the meantime the section ended at Zack street. a license. Fine, not.exceeding $100. I .
ida. One tells of the failure to capture eral commanding had decided center of the l.picture what is To enter upon the enclosed lands of Remington Anns-Union Metallic Cartridge Co
the white slayer of DeSoto this state of things, must be when'L Heights, is"a Wilderness, another that are posted, to hunt or I '
Tiger, the Seminole hunter who was Clark was arrested and tried as Pond was a place to boat fish. Fine $20. 299'BrooJway New York City
killed by a white man and robbed of serter and sentenced to be shot. Today that is thickly set Game birds: Swans, geese, brant, I < ., 'II
his pelts. The other relates how the honest Clark, who never shirked section, In the fore- duck, rails, coots: and mudheadsgalli1' ,
Indians have actually taken service and who thought he was doing I you will note that there is nules, plovers, snipe, sandpipers '
and show a willingness to become must be made an example.I but a salt' marsh. Today I tatlers, curlews, wild turkeys -I----- __ :i
useful and dependable laborers. never suffered more keenly I section we are shipping partridges or quail, turtle dove and'robins. , ,:
'
"The Seminoles have steadfastly I didhe funeral cortege to $8,000,000 worth of com i i I
refused to leave Florida, and it is near my tent, with'only a per month. Not protected: English sparrows, '
probable that the remnant of them hide the procession from picture we are sen inc you big and.little blue darter (Coopers CRINER & SIEVER "'
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will in the course of time take place could hear the rumble ofthe in 1912 you will 'note the and sharp shinned hawks) the great .
along with the other human units. bore the doomed man to the project which will soon be horned owl, crow, rice. birds, meadow ,
that are reckoned regularly among execution. The doleful sounds It begins at the River at lark. Hunters may take their game REALTY COMPANYPrairie
our population. The march of civilization dead march fell upon my ears Point, extends through home with them in the State, but not .
decreed that the Indian painful acuteness: Then the bay and on through Ybor' for sale.
should be curbed In their uncivilized followed directly by the fatal to within ,00 feet of the S. Open season for game birds: I
pursuits, deprived of their hunting and all was still! Quite tracks. It is expected that Quail or patridge and wild turkeys Land Orange Groves High Hammock Land 4 ,
preserves and restricted in sundry I was not required to be present.\ right angles will be dug November to February, both inclu- Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Terms. ',,
ways, but It is neither just nor even duty devolved upon another the length of the estuary. sive.Ducks ,
human to regard their rights lightly I have faced death many pone is controlled by the October to March, both in '
and permit crimes against them to without fear: have had men the city owns 700, feet on clusive. 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will eickance half value '
go unpunished."The my right and on my left: but I side of the Ybor channel for Doves, October to March. for other real estate .
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death of DeSoto Tiger remains not see Clark shot. I Just docks. The area covered .
unavenged. He was a human do it. And to this day it still view is from Six Mile Creek Paris newspapers refer to Gyp the 50-sore Orange Grove will trade for half value
being and entitled to the safety about it all the horror of a East to city limits on West, Blood as "Gyp le sanguinairef" ,
which-the--law- providesThe.motor -.liloodedmurderj!__ of ten miles, and on the They would probably allude to for other real estate, balance easy payment* -:-
of his killing revolts the mind; it I know I am a brave man ; is' not.ollaua; a Tllstance-of -Mike-the-Bite. Mjque U.dejeuner "- --- ---____ h .__ - -- '.
was sordid and cold blooded to the have gone into the fight when I miles The' harkcrrminH- in -- --- -
last degree. It is to be hoped that have to, incurring danger I 8ioni8 c, not: much detail: be- and Criminals out of the are Tombs always? breaking in KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
the officers whose duty it is to trail ht have been honorably; i out. I j I r
and capture his murderer will be and was as calm amid the i! desire to call your attention to A simple way to heat your house -
spurred to their work by public demand missiles of death as on dress ,j I large sized cigar factories in Winter is to pour kerosine on the
if they fail through indiffer- When serving in the ranks I over the city. These are stairs and drop a lighted match in
ence to perceive their duty in th'e close to the banner; and when in placed and the style of it!
premises mand, I never sent a man is shown. The same of
"The Seminoles are untutored was not willing to go myself. I district. One can pick A catbird is useless for catching a DOZIEB L.EITHEB'S iHSUBflNCE JIGENCY +
wards of the State. in a certain ground was strewn with dead various business houses and mousebird ? !
sense and the bearing of these ground was strewn wiht dead institutions. t
whites who come in contact with so. thickly that it was next to I the Board is selling I An English bulldog can run aboutas The Old_ and lfru_t I..u..._ Aconejr la-Ooooola County '
them should be such as to inspire the possible, to find room for my ; for framing at $1.00 each. fast as a Staten Island express FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH e
greatest confidence for their white and I have been as expect to print the picture train'N. "H oe4a eta -
-brothers." fear in the midst of conflict as paper without margin I Y. American.
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,.,. ,.,AG'ipi THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY' GAZETTE.' FRIDAY,.SEPTEMBER 21.' .I'I '


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and cordon Florida, reclaimed land House;'shall te *;eorsary to pad every bill or M. RIVERS M, I1.

.EVERGLADE DRAINAGE that will compare'' favorably withiany 'V Notice of (Election.Vll Jules resolution i AU biBs or joint rewlutlon. offl- I
: ao lOOMed skull be signed br the priwlrtlnt and SURGEON
in the, States; where we have lull Vll HI, oar of the rmneatlve Hoiiwrt and by the .Benre- PHYSICIAN
i C.W.GRIFFIJH twelve months of growing season, V- W tarr of the 11811....a/lel./ the clerk of the Houseof
'rho ieiiiipr 1511 under OuceoU Pharmacy
'N'YEARS and where grindning can begin at the aeprxMintatlvm. V Office over
IHWi of
FIFT AGOCtiiThItUo any Coimkiitlon-of Ibe Htate of Florid*. ,
.
Ihe wllb .old..pro- 53
vote east In
lime" from December 1 to Febru- did i KM ibree Joint Kew>lulionn. pmnostni oompHsnr-e ll1e.ldeDce
amendments the f'oa.\I\uLluo of .III. ol poaod the oanva-s declarations 'HOlfESl I
to 148
: : : Staple and'Fancy 'u ary, 15.-R. E. 'Rose, in TallahasseeTrue .. Florid, sad the nine were mreed to by state e. vote and : ::'o"'D&t shall he subjected to r OllIce
Democrat. of throe firth of .11 the member. elrct,>4 larachhoaaaj the name reialaUons' and reslriciloiis. ai are
; V that the votes. ,Mid Joint Hew : provided by law for general. l-U-anoi.s In theState : .
__ ou
O r i i ii r .Lr-WIN.N-- .
w. '" i - .' . .. .
rsgerThrec-) e4 PlorMa : .'
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lutlons .
( wore entered" upon their r..p oU.
"
GROCERIES:() I: V. -- TENTATIVE: PROGROM Journal, wilt the aye.* cud nays, thereon, and IN TIIlTIMONY'BY.RBOF.: I have hrraunmeet ,.

Further' sOuth the .'Clade '. again expand . FOR CITRUS SEMINAR they did determine and dlrcetthai the .*IJ my hand and nfrlzod the Great Heal of PHYSICIAN I'',
/ Joint Resolutions be ubniliied to ih. elector\ the Stale nt Klnrtria, at Te-Hahaaiiee the C.pl..l.t.11.1 .
trending, eaaCward, with deeper ""'F I I i>f the i-\.'eatho Uenotal lu Movenf the tweuiyflfth day of "b.R-wl). :I:H.4Meal '

depoHiU-of .muck ..or.alluvium.. Where Univcrsiiy of Florid; Gainesville.. her 1011 ) HCLAY .. RUID"N", PHONS" 38 KIXISISIBB' .
NOW. TIIKE! : roBK.-: II. CUAY RAW- V Wl-Ut Secretary of tlU''' '. FUHUOAt
Free Delivery aHParts channels found the cur- October 7th to 11th. OrncK ProNB
i to -are sluggish/ KURD Boon-tary at male of the SUM or Florida -. ." .
rent or drift I fq towards the coast ,do hereby Ilvo nOiioathaisURNERAL '
'. of tbe City streams. Numerous islands are found Monday 7:30 October m. 7-Informal ineetring ELECTION\ In :Court of County: Judge. State of R. DEWITT T. L.IGHTSEY.

particularly in the shallow southern p.October .8Grove Sanitation will be held In ouch county In Florida" on Tuew Florida, County of Osceola. I) .
.' Some are large with high Tuesday, day next .noCMdlrig the flmt Monday in No PHYSICIAN
How the Trees Grow What voinbcr A D. the Mid lb. In" re-out. OSTEOPATH
; ; are JUIvl.: Tuesday being Henry HtanfoM.
I' ''i covered
: .4 land, well above overflow Fungi and Fungus Diseases T'; Fertilizer FIFTH DAT OF NOVEMBER, Notice U hereby given to all shorn It may Residence Phone'874
-: with dense tropical hammock, being: Groves aonoern 'b.' on the jtuh day Of January. A. 1>. 1

,( t1""M". ."M' I I 'I I > 14 II ++ IT4--*- of wonderful fertility. Most of the Citrus Experiments Diseases. in Citrus ; I for Jolut the Resolution ratification. proponing or. rejoctlon amendmentS. of the Mid uibe 1fUll Parker shall or hlH apply suooeasor to the In offlno Honorable, judge lioo.of said F. Office I'hone 98

i islands are low and hard' to approachon Wednesday October 0 Dfeback account of the dense sawfrraas sur' ; A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amend.mcnl as Administrator. of the estate of Henry I State Bank Bld'g Kissimmee ria.I .
them. Withertip; Whitefly, ; Thrips and lo article V of the Constitution\ of the T.III.aford. deceased ; and that at the( same -
; GRAYSTONEj rounding Other Citrus Insects; Hardpan and *Htate of Florida Relative to the Judiciary Department time I thai] present to the said Court my Anal - ---"-- ;
The black muck soil gradually Florida Soils Plant aooonnU. Administrator of said lI.ta.nd; I ;

. deepens as you recede from the coast ; October Breeding.10 Observations Be .It Resolved by the Leg-UUture of tho, Stale ask for their approval. I) R. B- D. W1KNENGA.VETERINARIAN!
Thursday -- W. 1.
BEARS
marlor of Florida" :
hi; ,srci tu..nt' run ::: ridges the sub-strata being a in European Citrus Groves; That Lb. following amendment to Article V Adminlelrator. ;
decomposed lime rock, of extrerne Melanose Fertilizer Control and CItrus of the OonsliUiUon of tile. state of Florida relative D ted July gi A D. Hlg. HI 1 lam 6m}1 I V
. ; ; 2.60 to 3.& Fertilizers Fertilizer
Experiments Section 4J of said Article V be and thelame DISEASES!: ]
.
Miami and other streams Notice. ALL
\ :I: near the of Administrator.
Special by week or month. in Citrus Groves; Frenching; I I. hereby aurend to and shall 1 be submitted
partly drained by natural means. It to the elector of the state' the general I'honn 2AMflht '
r : i w. TMRWU. Prs i. D. re un. tip.i' :a: IH exceedingly fertile and productive Yellow Spotting; Nursery InspectionWork emotion to be bald on the first Tuesday after in Court of the County: ;Judge Stale of Florida. Day Phone 181! ORLANDO FEA.
+ in and Laws. the tint Monday In November A. D. 1U1S. for Oaoaola: County --
"i +< +'M I t I H I 4HH'l'.|. 1+++++ Open ponds or lagoons are found Popular Lectures 7:30: to 8:15: p. m. ratlHoatlon or rejection to wit : In re estate of 1. F. Oliver deeeaaed: I -- -
T' 4 many places, generally shallow with Beo. 48. There shall' be another Judge of the Notice la herabrriven. to whom It may concern I
Round Table Discussions 8:15 to f. .I BRYAN
and are doubtless : Cl rent t Court of Uuval Oonntr lo addition to that on the 2vth day January A. D. IUI". r\R. N. L.
_ _ _ . __ no connecting streams, -
nn. 9:15 p. m., daily. the Circuit Judge of the circuit In which Mid I ahall apply to the Honorable "-. F. Parken,
1 I connected by channels now covered Judge of said Court, aa Judge of Probate for a -
The lecturers: Prof. II. II. flume county: la limited such additional Circuit DENTIST
with and growth. shall the and final discharge. aa administrator of thoeatateofJos.
swamp be Governor
grasses Judge appointed by
Capt., U. E. Rose, Dr. E. H. Sellards, lonnrmed by the Hen a.... and ,hall I hold offloe' K. 01 vwr.. deceased: and that at the same
W. I 1llNDllZOfl Drainage Practicable. Or. A. A. Murphree and Major Floyd, for nix ((1117") "'. lad shall receive the aame time I will present my! final account aa administrator Squires Building
of said estate, and ask for their appcoval.V AvenueST.
of Florida Director Rolfs alary and allow aurei for einenses a other New York
Drainage with the fall known to University WiLLIAM CASTBR.
Circuit Judge*, bat the me aball be paid by
.\ exist-22 feet in 60 miles ( Miami to Prof. Collison Prof Belling, Prof. the County of Duval out of the. general revenue Dated. July lIHh. A. I). 1BI2. Administrator. CLOUD FLORIDA

: Lake Okeechobee)-by! means of a Burger, Prof. 'Watson and Prof. of aald county lie shall have all the powersand HI Into I 6mo
;
perform .1I1be dnllfS that are or nay be - -
main canal of sufficient size to care Stevens Experiment Station; and provided or prescribed by the Constitution or I AN OHOINANCIC.V DR. .J. W. SIMPSON

for the flow into Lake Okeechobee, Dr. Berger, Nursery Inspector. by Statute for Circuit Judges, and all statutesconrernlnir )

V with additional outlets into the headsof Other important addresses are expected. The' distribution,Circuit of tf.I: ball. 1 of apply the lo CircuitCourt him. A> ft..I....,. Pr....... for the 'Paiyaaesit DENTIST.
ef the tmtrrrmt ..
the various streams, particularly : ol Duval between the two Circuit tbe Ureer.l -
County .
Estate ISe *a, IV........ ItreBeetlvely Presate
Real II I II o'n the east toast will easily take off Hotel accommodations can be secured Judge and the allotment or easlgnment 1 ol 0.. Bialy ....1....., act f.. the Upstairs In Katz Building.

I the surplus water, the source of supply in Gainesville at $1.25 per day matter and cases to be heard decided or He>Bss> leai ef amid Netcei ..* Alee 0". |l U a. ID; to 12 en.
dered tried decreed or adjudged anall be oou* ,*... . HouRs* r -tf\
vl tar the i 6:30m..
AppelatlBS- to
and :
being cut off; and local drains up.WHY trolled or made when neoenMry Judge
I being established, the reclamationcan of said Court w bo shall have the o'.Ie'o: IMefe lies Traiatere. sad DeflsilBe Tkelr Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. Irr
.Ion. In force at tbe time Much additional\ Clr-:
I Care- BE IT ORDAINED BY THE! COUNCIL
I l he quickly accomplished. NOT GET i ult Judge shell rviilde In Daval' (.:.onntv.A OK
TilE CITY OF KISSIMMEE.) R. W. W. CARSON
ful estimates show that the required
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA JOINT' KKHOLUTION i'ropoauogan Amend- Section I. It a-hall be the duty of 1)
excavation for main and lateral mend to Article 12 of the Conmllulton of the the Council to provide annually for
GUARANTEE? Slate. of Flo iris. Kelatlve to Education: lo be the DENTIST
f- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ canals can with proper modern Known ai Hevllnn IT ot MaktAriiok.-PfGvld- payment promissory of the notes Interest styled on"len-thewtzty _
dredge, he made for a sum not to lug for the Issuance, of Bunds by Special. Tax oral Notea." numbered respectively
exceed $5,000,000( ) reclaiming a territory of'M'-it:: Hrhoiil District for the Bxclualve the of from One to Slity, Inclusive; and for I Office( over Cole's JewelryStore;
of 4,000,000) acre, at an average I Every Article That is Sold' Public Kr.e School, Althln 'Such Hchool District I the creation of a sinking; fund for the I Office Hours : a-I 12: 1 5
s.H.BUROCK These Days is Guaranteed-Noiuarantee and Aathorlxlnff. tho Levy of a T*x to redemption of said notes.
cost of $1.25 per arro. (; Often Means < reale a Sinking I Fund for the of. Immediately the Issuance Office phone. I Ito
t : Considering the fact that once cut tmniWreat ami Krdttiniitloii of hurb m'd' C'ot the said er'.yo: Notes" the Residence 23

: these canals will rVquire l but little an- Poor Quality. I Bo It Resolved by thfc Legislature of the "Btale' Council be shall appoint 1 by resolution to Gas .administered for extraction of teethI
rneorded In the Minutes Committee
of Flonda: a _.
nual expenditure to maintain them, There is little for any' of --- -
very excuse Ihrnir neraona who ahall be freeholders
TI,.' the following amendment t< Artlrlc IIol I
REAL ESTATE that no pumping or drainage ma-- portion to claim that he has been the Constitution of the 14...... of PlO" Ida. to of the City and be "styled"TrualeM K. (;. F.V ;. I'AKKFU

r. 11 . . . chino will .be required, the water ""tunll'" on a purchase. Fifty years IM kn wn S4 "HeHlon' 17 of acid Article be. and hall each of give the bond General running Notes.to who the )

} INSURANCEExamination flowing naturally to the Al"a. the immense ago the buyer had to look out, hut to- the milled same lo IN the hereby elector agrtHMl* of the to... Htate and aball*t Die be nextKcncrni aol Mayor of the City. with HunlclentHurojLlfS UENTIST:

profit to the State, or to the day it is unusual to find a merchantwho election of Retire ..'eI v.c, tld' In the Hum of two thousand
doll conditional ( ( I'. OVKR D.SChol.A: I'HARMAC Y
am. that thc said Iru.I. OFt'I
owner of the land i is at once appar- will not return the money for .in. .'ilm ytHt A 1) D1J' for ratitlcittloii or rijucHi. .--a shall faithfully dlncharno the I

> : The'leveesand -canals -t fLouisiana afltflc" that has ,-imsatin nW J.iiut confided and Oflire Hours H-lHi, to 12-OO Noon
: yr any proved ISL.lhcnij to pay _
Titles 'I ;:; : ,. i iiev Torwin' -V-- -- -
of Mr; Tb IjCirtr-lHtnre "prVTvIile I
) are much more costly, with falrory. 'lax for o\ -r and duly account for all coma ofnion TP0tci:00! : FTMVl .
-( l Hi h'Hil>I..t..t..I.l HiuiMtuda <-\ that Khali corninto (heir
(olly annual, rcpun. of dralnagflU' I An excellent example of this kind 'the exclusive. nM" of illltltc free ncliixtls, w[thin [ haunts hni'Maon of aujch' truat

c Specialty. chinef and l lvie, \\ ..th immense losses of fair dealing ia shown by the dean- .n)' 'n-It Xp "rlal 'lax M Inn 4 l>li.lrlct. when S .-", r ft majority' the fiiallHf. ,- l by: o\ i'i" flo l eai h -eason I cut guarantee that the Ki"..immee uhoHnfr'H'hni<1e.rs. Hbull vIe.1" favornf I fund shall he. paid over by the Mar- Vl .

{ in Holland. Drug Co., gives on 1 Dod.son's )Liver the iHHiianre of ebb bondH.Whenever Bhal and Tax Collector to the said
: Corresoondence Solicited.FLORIST Drainage Ton,'. any tin Mpwial.. Tax schixil 1 Dlitrtrl Truatee and the said Trustee shall
bet ,.ted In 'farorof the hNuaiie Kllrhlioiidn. attention to the
of "Har of Special! given
The original cost draining pay out the monica ao received the
tl I I These people tell us that any per- n tux not lo exceed nv.. mllln on (he dollar. Interest on the said !"Oeneral Notes." treatment of Women and
: I lem iJake, in Holland, 70,000( acres Hon who pays 60c for a bottle of IVxlson's In any dntt year. on the. taxable |>roMrtyn | and shall Invest the residue In rood Children.
was $5,000,000( of $77 per acre; while Liver Tone and does not lirid it n Inn ihe mie,if bond iiecurltleii to he. held a* an. accumulative -
hurl hv I li vied In acuoraauce with law provlil-
annual the water off fund for the of Bald
the cost to redemption
: pump a gentle and most pleasant liver ionic, lUll f<.,r Ihe levying of taxeii. to bveome .a fund note. Office over Citizens; Bank. PHONE 1844.3mosp.J
of lands averaging 15 feet below thdsea harmless but a sure 'reliever of con- for .ihc i'a>in.ut fil, the lutert-at awl tedcniplion Sec. 4 In caao of removal for causeor :!
level is tremendous. There in of Much bondrt.I'roptmliig reglicnatlon death of of
substitute for any
and
perfect
stipation a
now under consideration by the Hollanders Amelidinentii to Hectlonn f>riel(I), said Trustees: h.'Co: shall nil the I
: Cut Flowers and Floral Designs a scheme to drain the Zuyder calomel, can get his money out of the Mixiepit' tiC and seventeen (IT) of Article' vacancy P. A. VANfi AONfcW: W. .. CRAW.--"
money drawer. Thee (II)of tin Constitution of the rtute of .Sec. 5. All Ordinances. or parts
for all occasions. Zee-1,350,000 acres-now from ten Dodson's Liver Tone has practicallytaken Florida.. J\"I.Llllv the Ix-gl l..(lYe Alithorilrrrf thereof. In conflict herewith be. and AGNKW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW -
the the etate of Florida V the name are hereby repealed VANS
to twenty-five feet below sea I
Potted Plants and Roses
; a the place of calomel. It is absolutely -
J. M. HANSELL.
Bo tt KenolTefl. by the Legislature nl the Htal.
level cost of to
at $50,000,000
a say
specialty: harmless, sure in its action of Florida : President of Council I.
nothing of the immense annual cost Atteet :- (Seal). .
of habit .. .
and'causes restriction '
or Amfiirtm to Pertlon
no That the fo4w>wmK n ii I
Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL of pumping the water over the sea- diet. No wonder the drug people are Un" ( Ueetion) Sixteen (W) and Heel Ion HvvenUHU J Clerk II. GILBERT.City of Ktsvlmmee. Offlom :1-1 -.t ( itl/en flank liotMlna
walls. ((17) ai amended of Article T!>ft.. ((3) ol
glad to guarantee it, while other Approved this 4th day. of September Kissimmop Florida
Ihe CMtRtMntloB of the BtaUof Plorkla he. and
; No problems of this kind are presented remedies that imitate the *laims. of they are hereby"" agreed .... Soul ehalibe propoked A.N.O.C 1511.BRYAN I
in draining the 'Glades. When aad MbmilUxl to the elector* ol ibis
Podson's Liver Tone not "
are guaranteed Mayor City of Kleelmmee GEIGER.
drained the soil is of unexcelled fertility Stale for approval or rejection at the neat frenera 87-6t V I-I
at all. ) election bnreafler. that I. to nay :
J. THOMPSON not simply sea bottom. The tMtctton One (i) of aid A,Hole, Three ((8) akellbe

... value of this territory when reclaimed .:. .:. + .:. + + .:. .:- + + -:- +-+ + -c + emended ae-aa to read a* follow: Tire Signals. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
.Bcotlou I (I) Jxiglalallve authority ofthiN
is not only on account of its fertility
.,. e- 8t.<..ah-ll. be vcfled In a lx-Kl.latur eon
but also from the fact that it Office State Bank Building
ATTEND of !aenat and a Home of RvpreAentaliven .
WHY WE SHOULD aitttinir a
Ward No. Central
I.
:: r FUNERAL DIRECTORJLICENSED ia the only part of the United States -8- aud hall IHB.HTAIKOPFLuKIDAbutthe"be designated TUB LFUH1.ATUKEOr one long blast of whistle.portion of city Kissimmee. Florid.
where
free from frosts
trop-
actually ,
; 1." , TilE LYCEUM COURSE. + remrv to taemiMlvea power la propose ,Ward No. 2. North Kissimmee two
; *nd ical fruits and plants can be cultivated 00. .. 4 Reopie and amendment to the Confutation: ) blasts of whistle. * '. -V G F. KRIBBS .
.
14"
Jong
air with absolute and to reject inch law and
in the the Htte, enaol or
open .
"' + + + + +
+ + + + + + + + + am.ndm"nta at Hie poll independent of tbetA5KM'laltar Ward No. 3. South Kissimmee, three
,
: t : MBALMER safety. :
\ ' .. A Healthy Region. Because in no other can we tlou the power to afiprove or reject ab tiLe poll ... ,
"" *, ' way -- ------- -- -
:';\\Yf fft''iOpposits: -' > ""', any art. Item or cession of any act, reaolu Examination of Titles a Specialy.
will that thie territory obtain much pleasure entertainment -
< .' Courthouse Few believe so tlon of tbe Ixwaliuura; .
*' I, is free of malaria or fevers; such and information at sr little i2)! ) Tbe first power reaerved by the people I. Farm for Sale. Notification and oavment of ta-rra ftf--
the Initiative and twenty! all: per centum of nonresideni.'gjyenearefa1attention. "
however, is the case. During .ixteen, cost. Located road
the 1t'1I.1'oler.* ahall have the right to propone on good onequartermile '
FLORIDA years residence, at all times employ Because our citizens want the best soy iitlmlve measure and twenty-five (tf) from city limits, good five-room' .
KiaSIMMKE: : :
; I I ed in traversing and exploring this need the best deserve the best and ainnndmenla nor c ntnni shall to the liave the tf..I': '; to petition.propom. ceiled house, large new barr. thirty

region, with crews from all climes j appreciate the best of all things. and every luoh petition nhall Include tbe fall acres land. twelve of which is in cultivation ROBERT G. JOHNSTON

t f. and nations, camping out living on Because it gives us the means ofkeeping tex of the measure proposed ; sixty young orange and grapefruit -
Acre dredges' and canal boats surroundedby I in touch with the progress of (tal The second power reserved la th. Referendum trees seventy-five peach trees,
S1 1 $2 Mont tlBtay and' It may be" ordered. exoMt an loUUB
: or per per miles of morass and swamp winter the age and trend of human thought. uet-eMiary for toe laamedialo preat-rvallmi some plum-and pear trees one good I ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEE

:. and summer; continuously, there Because forking hand-in-hand with of public pence heialth and flafcty. eILb.r bvM family horse one buggy! one wagon,

S Stafford clary f...... Flowlwc .... has been no case of malaria among church and school, it is today one of |the>lltlon legal aigned volen, or by by twenty tbe LeirtBlalure(JO) per centum: of two sets harness fifty chickens ten FLORIDA

1..i.N wll gMarmt..d. ::Snb-lrrlntflo: the crews. t the most helpful and inspiring educational (4j, The percentage ol legal vol..,. relnbe--bead cattle and all tools necessary to
% ffia. Armlnm. food utmoll. .. district, Vast bodies of these lands, formerly movements of the age. fore auited bhall be batted upon .the total number cultivate place. A bargain at $2,500. l.nillB' O. MASABY TPicT.os
.
.4 rail wAlLow
o t..re.' watar traaporta the laM flectionfor
c of vote cast at general
I: tloa. O... liberal coNtract allowa. ..b swamps of cypress, willow, saw- Because in no other way is it possible the Plate, officer receiving: the highest number Write us for terms. Lat Counsel for JiIm of the
jwar* tovay: oa' Title Bond ft QaaraatotC grass, and rushes are now reclaimed for most of us to see, hear and l of volev cant at such e ectloti; 6-tf II. M. BREAKER t Co. Florida R. R. Cornnt. Cfrmlnal Uaurt
*.. sa.f.... Urn. 4.IyrI of the humorists (.">) All .pelltlonR submitted under the power
and in a high state cultivation, know wits poets of the Initiative tbaJl be known .. "liiillaUve, -- -- MASSEY & WARLOW
I with fields of cane and fruit covering entertainers, interpreters philosophers Petillous" and shall be aled with the r-eore! ry

hundreds of acres. Hundreds of men statesmen and orators of the of Stats not lean than four (I it monthi preetu No. 472 Truck farm. This nnmertv ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS

) I women and children the living constantly day.Because ceding me-mure the. prop of.NMNl the are election to be voted which upon the adjoins the city limits just outside: AT LAW

upon them. Chills and fever, it inspires men to greater aud all pet.tlouft: submitted' under the power of where you will not have to pay city Pactic.ln all the Court". of the H...... and &
\ and all "malarious"' diseases are unknown nobler manhood and sweeter womanhood the Referendum thall be known aa ".Uferen-, taxes, containa 61. acres, fine flowing the UaiUxJ s.-_. also before ta. Florida Rati-
The their health being perfect. and people to grander dum pctitioiiH." md shall bo filed with the well splendid soil and in high state of road Cofnmla.i. and the InUratoUlx ec.-
young secretary of ........ not more than aixly '6Oj") day / >ttifn IM 10 n. V
These facts can be verified at any effort. after the Sod adjourn.vent of the aetwlon ol cultivation. Can be bought at a bar- 11-11 CHa.LMTOIf
BLDG.
I time by unimpeachable testimony.Cost Because it is better to bring/ ,the the UetclitlatiiH, which "halt have panned Huetneaniire gain price, including present growing ORLANDO. FLA.
34ir i
ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY to whlob Lb. referendum la applied :
of the world to own on terms of payment. We
of Reclamation.The good things: your the Cling 01 a nel".attllm Petltlou *Kmliir tauy crop easy
door where your neighbor may also item or caution .* any act or r..ln""... will introduce you t. the owner and you A NDRE'JOHNSON I
1. actual amount of cash requiredto enjoy them than to selfishly seek shall not prevent the remainder I of suob were. can deal direct with him. This property -

accomplish this work can be them elsewhere.We ore((61)from Auy oeooininif measure or it otlTe amendment; the CD
largely reduced by proper management should attend the lyceum course o\l\utlon oropoMtL mocker the InitUtlve,. and money maker. Will Practice Inall Courts

and business-like methods, and hooked in this town by the Christian any mea-ure to which the Kefereudiiiu. la ap-: :J-J-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. State and Federal
JOURNAL the work w.ed. shall. be referred to a vote of the tiualifled .-
the sale of lands
,1, by as pro Culture Course, because we owe it to elector of th4 State and shall become a Office adjoining Broadway
gresses. It willS not be necessary or ourselves to do so. law when approved by a majority of the votes Citizens Bank
desirable, to complete the whole system rant thereon, and ems proclarn.tloa e4 tiueLiovur Choice Vacant Lot. KiMimmee.

: The! Biggest Newspaper adequate before canals utilizing leading the lands.into With the Truck Farm for Sale. not(7)extend The. and veto IntUatlTe not power other wine of or the Kef: e Governor rend 11 _hall....-!: No. 470 This choice lot is located P, H. JHNKLNfl -R.-a-, fr--OOKAHJENKINS -

in the South 'Glades from below the falls of the No/467.-$3.( )( secures a six-room urea approved bv a majority of the SIAlifted ; one block west of the court house on & '"
elwotora Emmett in best resident : WOODHAM
rivers on the coast (removing the cottage located on lot containing two (MI) The; rH rv.ftttou of the p..w..r of the street see-
,. barriers which cause the falls) the acres of land. within three blocks of Initiativew" Referendum In Situ Article. tion. Has frontage/ ot 7S feet on fcm-!

2.; The regular price of The At. lands on either side as the work .pro- the center of the city. This is a fine hall not deprive the Legislature oi ,... right mutt street, extending back 147)) feet. I SURVEYORS:
to repeal any law propone, or PMMI any mean Few and grapefruit trees
on
.' ia can be utilized by the farmer. with two artesian ; with the orange
Journal Con-
lanta Semi-Weekly 75 gresses garden proposition, tire which. may be oonabitent the lot. On and water lines. A Kiseimmee
't the work and of tbe Volted Stales sewer FloridaMONEYBROKER
., thus affording a revenue as and wells on the property if properly titutlon eI the State I .
cost a year. If you will send us shall make auittbie. bargain at $650.XI.I
The Legislature provUioni
I from the sale of lands. should for the (III) .
progresses cultivated pay
I crops for carryiug into effect 'lI.p..vloli., :4tf H. M. Breaker & Co.
z
order can get
you
:your 1 he most extravagant eatimate will place within two years. A cash propo 01 this 8elon
not require the expenditure of more ition. That Section Sixteen (18)) of ..ld Article I

The KlsslmmEe than So.000,000 during the period often 18-tf Ii. M. BREAKER & Co. Three (3) hall he amended ao .. to read aa 1lI |- In home.
Big Bargain a
the entire I Iowa: .. L ._ L..L L I
years to accomplish Section Itt. KAcn law ena.-.. wnemner oy
to by the people nuder the 10Iel. Splendid newSIX room house just inside New York Syndicate will Finance
work of reclamation. Long prior No. 466.It certainly Is exasperatingto the legislature or
r r Valley GazetteS the completion of the work large : opportunity of making big, I \ .., ball embraae but one vab)ect" and city limits fine deep well, lot con- b.V'.,....I"-rUQUl'J''ltric-' Mlnln,. TI_
an
nee
matter properly connected "'..ewl..... which two of ground good f1" g01"1- Stock. *. '100..
tains acres new c.
l the areas of the land can be disposed of quick money and then not be able to aubjeot shaH be briefly,, .xpreaaed In the title OmlMI.nd( up. P. Q. THOMAaQN.
S ? : at prices sufficient to pay large profitson take hold of It. We can't buy all the and no law ahall be amended or revised to Its barn, wagon: and buggy sheds and all Sou. !tePrMentau.... KIMUMMKI. ......
till on ly rtopt In auoh caae the act. an revised under good new fence. Fine location
Atlanta Semi-Weekly the outlay. good things we see, and we are friends.willing I or axctlon, ak amended snail be re-euaotod and for small truck garden or poultry ranch.
to pass them along to our piibltobedattenflli.That .
Fertility of the SoiL This is a fine proposition where
Here's a suretone: '-113 acres all plattedand Htoilon Sev.nteon ((17) of paId Article you
L Journal Experience shows that these and ready for sale in five and ten acre Three Vt: )shall be amended so aa M' read u fol- will have the freedom of the country,

b Other lands reclaimed under exactly tracts located within IH miles of our Iowa-Hevtlon 17 Every bill .pawed by the Leiuv.latnre yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages -
will close shall be read by lu title on Ita r.t I of tire city, such as splendid high
similar conditions produce exceedingly depot on and in prox- E.
both: S. f
on.e :
, :y..r heavy crops of sugar can passenger imity to the best hard road in Oiceola Ihe reading menbera In either present 110....oeslre.. vnleaa. It read one-third, by aeo of Price school$1,500.24tf, best. markets, churches, etc. KIMBER

-26 to 60 tons per acre. Equally county: We are offering thy tract in a tlona. StarT bill shall be read on three several I
y FOR ONLY $1.75 large crops of rice corn, tobacco and body at a very attractive price. No days, unless .f the members" prea. H. M. Breaker &Co. Expert RcailrcrorWatches
It sot when suh bIll' may be rendlu shall deem ,
I other have been made. As to place -- -- -- --
field'crops further necessary
"'\ '" i' expense II expedient to dispense with this rule. Kvery
--- pasture lands they are not excelled on the market in small tracts. See us. bill shall be read by Us aeottona on It. second. Registration Books. Clocks
however H. M. Breaker & Co. and on Ita final I .. on Ita !
reading
by any. Their peculiar.value, 24-tf , f.lh':, ,
members
J. S cni j. Your Subscrlp- will be for sugar growing. As _--------J second present In readlnB the liana two-tblrda. where such bill nay be The Registration< Books of this coun- .

r . lucas fielde they will have all tne advantage Nice: Home Close to Lake. pending: shall deem I It eipedlent final to dispense ty will be open on the first Monday in Jewelry, Etc.
The vote the pansareol
ibis rule. on
tion'Right< of climate; possessed by with bill or Joint resolution .hall be taken August 'and will close the second Saturday
Away every
Cuba with a soil the equal of, if not No. 460-A new (-room cottage. two by tad nays, to b. ept.r.d on "". Journal CITIZENS BANK BLD'O V
superior to Louisiana.My large loU. 60x164 feet each splendid of ::::Rous ; PrOvided: That. say general r- In October. The books will be GROUND .'

T. ite f pet'M ie)" At1uta'Jo' Louisiana friends will be loathto wen of arteelan water fifteen this bearing shall vision..f", ibs be .Ltlro.....tllrcod laws So embodied be reed by hi any sections but kept at the office of the Registrar on FLOOR

J. : : ........ Js4. admit.this. I can only say to orange treei. Call and tee propo-' upon lu Snal pawa.. and lu reading may be Main street. KISSIMMEE FLORIDAt ,
''f"I them "Come and see." 1 will be sition. Price $1.800. I 1 wholly .lapeDoed with by a two-thlrda "" .. 1 1fA
81 tf C. W. V
... '- In .sohtru ORirrnr.. Registrar.
I ..dts show. them crop of cane, 24tf H.M.ireaker&Co; majorliy of>> Use nteoiVan present .,
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"'\ e +' ACTIVE CHRISTIAN. .. 0 .. + A LESSON FROM +
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:'1 Question *+ ++ ENDEAVORING.: +' .e .. ,+. ..CALIFORNIA.Florida .- +, .+

+ + et" + + + e .+ +, .+ ,. e +,+ + + + + +!. . + Snaps Snaps Snaps: :

: + + :
t Answered .-oed0ooeoooood00.e.. deei.e.f.0'ePP4o.O : :

ih'r :
It was nice from workers orange-growers may haveto Fr

I f' 1 bot. Bin Grass Salad Dressing simmee In both, Endeavor last ,week.-,churches of.,Kis- take a lesson from their.competitors Just a few that we are offering: this month at unusually attractive prices

...______,_?...._...,.._' 6c ( in California.Orange. chipped and terms that will make
* by the Pasadena Orange Association on you almost ashamed to accept. -
t. 1,bot. Dove Prepared Mustard "Missionary Boldness," I is, the topic are carefully wrapped with I --.-.------.-.
..._._.._ 6c
_
? ? ?-- for Endeavor services' the last Sun what is called the "Premium Wrapper '
Right, house '
new eight There
room are few 'around it., About five
only a strictly good fence
c 1 bot. Little ,Dandy Chow day' in September. Let us when ," which, like trading stamps in a v
.f. Pickles .....__,._;....._.....- 6cBest'Batter studying of the heroism of'those who department store, appeals mightily to strictly modern. and one of tbe'vel' high class,. close in, vacant lots acres is large'fuU bearing orange' '
; carry. the- gospel into>> places which the women folk.,' These wrappers, )' ,best finished houses in town,, in this city' for ale All of these grow, (in good healthy condition.
: In:T.wn.ib know !it uspalso encouraged reaUztn& when'returned to the'Association located .on-.one,\of.,the principal' are being offered worth the money,', Close to railroad and a good town.,

., Granulated Sugar ____$LOO that to come dangers and perplexities California, are food for exchange for streets, close in, good sidewalk,'lot but some few are being offered for Thai grove, if properly cared for
which if will attractive of silver such
5 gal Kerosene OU .._..... 65 make us useful "home met missionaries bravely ," range spoons pieces& ; etc. as 75x117. This is a home, you can very much less than' they are actually will easily pay:for itself in three

t': 2 cans Kidney Beans .____- 25 even If the. world st large doe. not The ,trading stamp fad, which almost 'be proud of. worth. If you want one of seasons, Can be bought. on' very,, c''

realize this certainty, the.Lord will, every shopper in department these easy terms.,
;,. Our Cereal. Are Fresh. New ton; room house, modern in bargains, get busy NOW.
is
and that i.
followed
enough stores eagerly ,
pursues
.: Karo Syrup ...----------.*lOc + * with the same eagerness by orange ; every respect, on paved street, They will make big money at an Forty acres of land, with ,ten ,

c Bul IBead Jelly _:_________ lOc We had cheery letter from the buyers, who carefully preserve these and in what is considered the best investment acres of very fine orange and,,

y.4 Peanut Butter ._L_....10c and 16c editor of >"The Kissimmee Gazette." premium wrappers: and return them' residence section of the city. We 'nave all kinds' of cheaper grape fruit grove,.good house and. ;

t' We Sell Prunes. It brought encouragement. Here Isa tA pieces>> California of silver.to>,> be exchanged. for Large lot, 150x300 feet. You lots, good quality, but. further other out buildings on it. Has already .
quotation from -a recent- made the owner independent -
message i
California must through this out.
Inferior the go propertyand
: 6 can. Potted Ham 256 from another editor Rev. R. P. Anderson as oranges :
--- ---- retireAdmirably
k and withes
to good Florida this InterIority the before he now to.
oranges
r. --' 1 can Veal Loaf ____.______ 16c of The Christian Endeavor is to large extent get price, you can This past summer we have been located close to
a overcome realize what bargain town
World: "I shall be glad to make a really great prospecting around over this and
3 Corned Beef Hath __ 25c the
cans In actual trade by unceasing '
note of the conventions in our pages.I and activity of California enc- y it is. Will almost double in .adjoining counties, looking up good high school and! churches." r
"' ergy growers
Fine Line Dried Fruits. am always glad to hear from you, / value in the few of
next Will land right
in finding ways to.pusb their years. snaps in the way of orange groves. Seventy acres .on
and to know of the good thingsyou .
:.at are'doln ." A many third newspaperman ranges into all the Eastern and be sold on, very easy terms, witha Here are a, few of the choicest railroad,close to station, school
heads his editorial paragraphs Western markets. As yet the citrus small'',payment down. ones: and church, and about seven acres t
fruit of Florida have not attempted
sometimes with the Sunshine Department growers of the finest In this section'
.
:
WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S grove
of the schemes which
Five fruit
distributed any Good eight room house, righton acres grape grove, '
quotations, occasionally '
it Hasbld house whlch'doean"t :
have been worked by California to on
in mimiograph way from the -paved street, .in one of the belt coming two years old, close to,
enlarge the market for their products. amount to much but,, beautiful' {
a
Interlachen office. With the increase in and sections of the city. House has) beautiful lakeTand( on the best of '
rapid
orange hou.e' also'on t
Good
L O citrus fruit land. Also five yard. packing ; '
grapefruit growing in Florida the recently been overhauled and put acres .
: Mr. Francis P. Coffin State presi methods so skilfully used by California in first class shape. This house of raw land to,go with this grove the premises. r; ,

dent, and his sister, Miss. Ruth, the growers,. or other and better will pay for itself in a few yearsas If purchaser wants it. Grove is in Every one of the above listed :
State Tenth superintendent methods must be adopted to save the
Legion ,
a rental proposition, and can splendid growing condition, has properties can be bought on easy
Phone 250 Quick Delivery are together taking a trip,to Tampaand fruit growers of Florida from floodIng -
other points between that city the market with inferior or badly- be bought on the best of terms, always been well cared for and terms, some of them,on very'easy"
'
and their home place, Eustls. But a. packed fruit to the discredit of the very small payment down, and will bear quite a little fruit next terms Each and every 'OQ. ,,is
Mr. Coffin soon commences his term State and ,to>> their own loss. The balance on long time. season. a bargain in its class. Of course'we
of school in West Florida, they will Florida Citrus Exchange has made have many other similar properties i
probably not have time to visit ,a.many great; progress in bettering the con- Good eight room house, newly Twenty acres land, all cleared "
!IA societies as they would wish. litipns for marketing Florida oranges painted, large verandas, beautiful and well fenced, about six acres for sale, as ,also all, kIi da'e..__
Narcoossce Democrats Miss Coffin is a splendid superintendent ; but it or some other similar or- of unimproved lands, among which ,
shade oak
trees of and
magnolias of full
for her of C. E. work. should have the most bearing orange grove, several '
of Democratic department. ganization active are two or'three splendid small
meeting for organization a -
and half block of This
ground. trees bud-
co-operation of everybody in FlorIda acres young just
e colonization propositions and '
; one
Club will be held at the schoolhouse for Florida is vitally interested in property will be sold at little ded to and fruit
very orange grape
The State Allen C. E. League'convention of the best turpentine and timber 4 ,
at Narcooasee Saturday, August the welfare of its citrus fruit indus-
convenes in Tallahassee the above the actual value of the land, splendid quality of high citrus
o'clock in the afternoon.All Record. propositions in the State.. Write
17, 1918, at 2 : latter part of this week. Its themeis try.-Manufacturers' and on very easy terms. land, close to school, church and l
of the us for what you want, and if we
Democrats precinct are
for Efficient
"Inspiration more WHO DOES THE PROMOTING railroad, and in a splendid com
urged to be present and sign the roll. Service." We need this result from Good five room cottage on paved haven't it, we will find it for you.,
One of the best
M. D. TINDALL. every Endeavor convention held in street, pretty well out, but in a munity. very If fnterseted in any of the above '

Florida. The clipping which follows was thickly settled part of the city snaps we have to offer. propositions, write us for fuller

.too taken front the Ladies'.Home.JournalIt 1 and will be.Bold Lat_a J bargain, and Ten acres of splendid quality description, very lowest price and v
Dr A. M. Jackson, president of was handed to the Gazette editor -T-
on easy terms. citru huit-1and;;3Wclear ed-wnd--beet-term.- -----.-__ ..,..,
Southwestern district has selected as by one who is very much Interestedin . ,.,,,
his novel subject for the October con- school work, with the suggestion -- ---- -, -
Habit
Get the .
vention in Magdalene the words, "Pro- that it be printed in large letters on r;
OF SMOKING A ceed to" Business." So many societiesare the front page. It is hoped that DOWNING ,
REAL_.CIGAR"OSCEOLA", commencing work actively after every parent in Osceola county who REALTY CO. :
the quietness of the long summer, hall a child in school will read it, for
that Dr. Jackson's theme seems a the moral of the littl$ story is pointed ROOMS 6 & 7 STATE BANK BUILDING KISSIMMEE; FLORIDA '
good one for us all. and wholesome: .
ono Daintily dressed and altogether
Sold at all stores who want Please remember that the Orangeand charming she entered the schoolroom

.... the best for their customers Osceola district convention a.the year's work was drawing to ,
meets in Ocoee Christian church, and a close. It was her first visit to the
Look for Union Label.
Central district at Eustis, with the schoolroom, and so she had to intro- .
Presbyterian workers as entertainers. duce herself to the teacher-she was .. .. F
At Magdalene (near Tampa), we Peter Van Hanson's mother.
". will be the guests of United Brethren "Peter is afraid he is not going tobe '
Endeavorers. Now it is up to the promoted," she began smilingly '
Congregationalists of Jacksonville to>> 'and I thought I would come anJtalk J is the main question! and should always be .. '
1 and hearts to the it over with you. Both his "),
L: ; The Home open co-workers their of door.the district, North- father and I are so anxious to have" IS THE TITLE GOOD ? answered by a disinterested authority.

Eastern. That they do this we hopeto him advanced and not lose a year. The TITLE GUARANTY CO.
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be able to report soon. "VesT" The teacher was non-com
k Bakery + 0 mittal. Peter's fears for his promo- will search and.examine the title to the' land which you are adout to purchase, In '
A pleasant news-letter is in from tion were well grounded. Osceola County, or elsewhere In Florida, a.nd if found to be good will guarantee .
that zealous worker Miss Lou McMahon "Now I hope rOil are going to>> promote against loss of liens; taxes and
the child,' his mother went on' you by reason mortgages; unpaid adverse claims.
I" of the Dade City Presbyter. .It is very unfortunate for childrento It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments in Im- "
from this let-
is being thoroughly; overhauled ter ian society."Our Quoting People's society be held back, and he is' getting to perfect titles. We accomplish this by a search of the records and the issue. '
renovated and more modernly : Young be such a big boy; he is really very Guaranteed thorough ?'idle .
''I" is getting along nicely. Had a good of our TITLE POLICY, : of ',' ; .
it.
about
;, equipped to>> meet the growing meeting last night led by Miss AldaIughes. sensitive"'I quite agree with you; it is very I', \ ote, ,' ",S',.',?b 1 ,

I demand of the public for its }since June., Have but think not we had will any have socials one unfortunate, and I would like to pro- '' The Title Guarantee Company docs a General Abstract Bu sets throughout the State ol. Florida :'#'o or" I ., .

i : soon. We elected officers in Augustand mote Peter if I"could. But I don't do '. .,'. Abstract to City: and County Property and.debvered' on snort notice'!;/,r'\' \"}\' ; 'il1' ., ,
they took their duties the the; promoting. .
up .
BREAD PIES -- CAKES first of September. President is "Oh, I is that so? I thought the

Frank Irwin; vice president, William matter Whom must was entirely I see in Who your does hands.the TITLE I GUARANTY C c IS/I 1 ANY. .

. We especially invite the patronage Cochrane; secretary and treasurer, I ?" -- Capital Stock 8100 000 00--- ) ,
I
promoting
also have
Miss Helen Eck. They
of the ladies of Kissimmee good chairmen for the social and "The children do all the promot- CARROL D. JUDSON President E1 wARD A. NASH. Secretary V. R. JUDSON, Treasurer f'e; r
I knowing they will be more than look-out committees. ing; you will have to see" Peter""What TOOMER & REYNOLDS, General Counsel 1

," pleased with our goods.J. O -fr < "1 mean do that you the mean promoting? is nota Home Office, Bi bee Bliig., Jacksonville, PI a. branch Office Ilsslmmee.F1a.: ;. t

Mrs. J. B. Voss, the faithful secre- thing.that is done at the end of the LEWIS O'BItYAN.Manager Kissimmee Branch' '
H. HEED, Proprietor tary of St Cloud Presbyterans has yr' by the teacher; it is done all -. '
favored us by a splendid budget of through the year by the pupils, each
news, the kind we need more of. She tor himself; Most: of mv children F
\ tells of a successful box social just have been; as "t busyas; bees -all-the - -- ----- -
held which netted $10.00, and much, year, promoting themselves; a few, -_,, {f.
i fun besides. They are wide-awake Peter among them, have done nothingbut ;
What is the difference between in St. Cloud. play. You know I have writtento
GRACE A. TOWNSEND. you several times during the term .. ,-
Prenident's traveling
the expensesand I
Interlachen Sept. 24. 1912.
,
asking you to come and see me aboutit. ,
card ?
a menu "
,
"Yes, I know, but I hav been so -
'0''f I HELP THE KIDNEYS busy that I simply couldn't find the
"
time to come.
\ "Well, I have done all that I know
KISSIMMEE READERS ARE how to do, not only for Peter, but' r'w k_
I for all the children as well, and 1 _
LEARNING THE. WAY. will do all I can for them always; .
I but those who depend upon me to do ",
j the promoting are going to be dis .:
| Us the little kidney ills- appointed.

I The lame, weak or aching back- Next June there will be hundreds:

-.; i The unnoticed urinary disorders and thousands of mothers who will
I I I That lead to dropsy and Bright's go to hundreds and thousands 01: $1''t
disease. teachers and say: "I hope you are _
f.I I going to promote Peter."
1: When the kidneys are sick, Would It not be more sensible for:

i Help them with Doan's Kidney Pills them to go now, while there is still .' X
A remedy especially for sick kid- plenty of time to hunt for causes and : I II! r
One is the fare of Hill, the other a I to apply remedies, and say to the

bill ot fare! .' __ I neys.Doan's teachers: "Is Peter doing what 'he _
-- been '
have curing kidney can to promote himself? }
troubles for 50 years.

COMEand I Endorsed by 30,000 .people-endorsed .
Modern Home for Sale.
look over our Bill of Fare at home. .'

before arranging yours. Proof in a Kissimmee citizen's No. 469-New modern 6-room house
i statement located on Emmett street, one block you want to lookout or buy the cheapest Farm Implements. in town, ...

Like Our Meats M. Cosner, Muffett street, 'Kissimmee bath west of toilet court and house.lavatory.Electric Lot lights H7x, for the-money, just drop around to the Osceola Hardware Com- ." 1" ,,'. ...

You'M Fla., says: "I feel justified in 1471 feet. Several young orange and 'l' /11'pDny. '
eat tender our chop, giving Doan's Kidney Pills my en- grapefruit trees in the yard. This /? Good goods big values, square dealings. : ,
Our steaki are rare.Excellent dorsement, for I know from persona property is located in the very beat "
experience that this tretnedy acts just resident section of the city, close to t.
oar bums, salt as represented. I took Doan's Pills court house, postoffice and business '
\ the same. when I was suffering from backacheand section. Pnce $3,700. Terms,on part. .. .
: .
kidney complaint and I received 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. '

cut prepared'with great benefit. I 4Osceola (
All For sale by all dealers. Price 60
greatest eare-v- \
Klsaimmee Autd Garage and Machine
.
Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo .
cents. .
acne and to.ple,*. New York, sole agents for the Unites! Company has accepted the the agency for .> ..
To tha Carter/car, one of most wonderful ,
.. you.Uraim.RULL State. cars of the age, and will in a few H : '
Remember the p&1DDoan'aandtake days have a shipment of these cars on Hardware: -o.: r
no other. take i In ,:
J hand, which they,will pleasure ;
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> BASS 892tFURNISHED. showing to all._ 16-tf I ,
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'. ,PAGE,: .1Z.' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY,.SEPTEMBER .

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mats the younger children of the con- pies with rose*.apples on the ground I. o0tl'000Od00'004044040. 1' ;1
> ) ,;GIRL WINS gregation will have the happiness of and rose apples In abundance on the :, + ;

receiving the Holy Eucharist for the trees, and it will smell the way I. < ROSALIE.:< 0 Classified Advertisements ,

: f'c- LITERARY SPURS first time. 'The Holy Eucharist{ con- suppose an atlar-of-ro' (factory. .' 4 ,, _.'1
'. tains'the-body-and-blood-. -end smells. 0 + 00404 00 040044000Mr. V ,

divinity of Jesus ChrIst'' under the Carophyllus maleccensls, the large I .-

$ I'SS': :MARIAN FELL'S BOOK appearances of bread and wine. rose apple or Malay apple, with long,' B. F, Cobb has been repairinghis Adverltaes.estI are laMrtrd mmft skis heed at the, rate of flicIVr :
launch and 'when it is finished it ,f ,
fence its reception first communicants dark green leaves, white, purple ,or 9 'c. ... .I.e Kor' Flack I._PlI.... '
PUBLISHED nr SCRIBNEfTS {is always an event in a Catholic red flowers; apple-colored-Ene.: will _be a WrM.- ..1
flavored the Malacca apple or tho Capt. Tink) Cobbh.a i l been ill for "<'"
,.SONS, JUST OUT church. For several months previous or : 1
they receive special instructions to. Java plum I have not seen in .Florida the past week, but he is feeling bet- FURNISHED ROOMS for: rent card*
FOR( SALE
enlighten their minds and cleanse but tole rose apple is at home ter, now, and whittle was not sick ) I for sale at the Gazette! office.. . .'Y

An unusual 'lifers y distinction has their hearts that they may approachthis and growing wild along the water he was overhauling his father's' ma- .J
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been sacrament of Christ's love with courses in the West Indies, .*n fact,' chine and repairing; For hill age FOR:SALE-13500-will buy-a'valua, FOR RENTFurnished house new nand
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Miss won Marian by Fell an Osceola whose countl' girl, the reverence and affection due to : the rose apple (Eugenia jumbos), he is one of ,the best engineersever ble property in the heart of Kissimmee equipped with all modern conveniences -
; Plays on. Kissimmee river now paying about 14 per cent. adult:
by Anton TchekofT" has- jus t been the Savior. If children continue to tailed pamarosa in Spanish-Ameri- 1 Will rent to an
0 live according to the inspirations of con countries, has been planted for on the above amount. Enhancingin family for the winter or by the
Charlse .
published by Scribner's Son
Ii'' Miss Felt is the daughter of E.* their first holy communion they will foe lib' the neighborhood of sugar Many pretty things will be shown value every day. II. M. Breaker Year Contains 'fifteen rooms,
at Kali's Watch for date. & Co. 89tf
fi. Nelson Fell who left Florida and be not' only devoted Catholics but estates. For this purpose it isaa opening. I handsomely furnished throughout.

went to Siberia ideal sons and daughters in the home !good as the eucalyptus, grows' equally Address Mrs Kulp, Church street,
I" ) as a miningengineer aid citizens in the community.All as fast, looks like an eucalyptus in 100 Acres. FORTY INDIAN Runner Ducks, Kissimmee, Fla. 9tt .
shortly after the big freezewhich de-
hatch for
early spring now ready
are welcome to these services. general appearance, but yields a fruit
vasted Florida several years Ago. Mr. Devotions and confessions on Sat- besides and seeds big enough to see 100 ac"res, a portion of which is in the the egg harvest D. H/Riggan,39tf FOR RENT-rUpper, and lower flats,.
f Fell took his with
him and
family urday evening at 7:30: in the church. and feel. The seeds of some euca- city limits, at $50 per acre and on easy 4 rooms and bath; ideal location.G. .
they spent four' years in Rus a. It lyptus and melaleucos are so small pay men til. R. D. Waring & Co. 19-tf FOR SALE-Bedstead, new mattressand F. Parker. 87ff

was during this period that Miss Fell Many pretty things will be shown that the slightest breath of wind will springs; a few dishes; one I

took up the study of the Russian lan at Katz's opening. Watch for date. waft them away. stand; one hand cart; one rug. A I FOR RENT Several small tracts of
',.. guage and literature. and it i il from E. Jacques, opposite Griffin's :
gro-
The rose apple and-the ,gauva havea Keep Your Eye on "Pinecrest. excellent trucking land, some with
this experience that she has been abler store. Goods be from '
cery can seen hadon
be
future before them although wells
FLORIDA GAUVA great splendid, /flowing can
to appear on the literary stage from AND ITS NATURE.If both are the high-smelling: Watch the sale of lots in this new 1 to 4 p. m. daily 40 Itp shares of crop, or cash rent as

an entirely new entrance, for it is -_.. \ fruits, one highly sweet and rosy,, resident sub-division, "PINECREST," desired. NELSON REALTY CO.
n claimed that her book is the first the goat is the poor man's ani- the other foetid. We know the names which has only been on the market a FOR SALE-Truck and poultry farmof ---- .--

translation of Russian plays to be mal, the is his fruit. It has of these tropical fruits and forest few days, with the record of SIXTEEN twenty acres, one-half mile of

I published in, this country. The Rus- been called gauva the "apple of Florida." trees though even this knowledge is Iota sold the first TWO days. city limits; about half cleared, MISCELLANEOUS ,
sian novelists ahd philosopher have the burnt know These lots are on a high elevation, fenced with woven and barbed wire.
When frozen to ground or imperfect but as yet practically -
1 been translated, published and widely by fire spreading from the forest to nothing; as to their characters,, affording a splendid view of the city, Three room house, barn 12x18; hen WADE the tuner. Orlando.

read, but not the Russian dramatists.The yielding again an abundant supply I idiosyncracies, likes and dislikes. A and are offered for the next thirty daysat bouse 14x32; pigeon house 10x24;
book contains an introduction prices ranging from $70 to $100, on work house, 10x12; has fine well of
its
soongrassgrown in would
Phoenix-like frond! root banker or merchant a town LOST-Pair of no-frame eyeglasses,
b,, by Miss Fell concerning the life and & it if he knew very easy terms of payment. artesian water and also spring; a'
clearings, springs soon bankrupt nothingmore I with chain in black case bearing
work of Tchekoff. It is vividly writ- Secure one or two ot these desir ble few fruit trees; has black top soil ,
fruit. I believe the than the
of its welcome of his customers of C. A. Cole the 'jeweler,
lots before the is advanced build name
ten and grips the interest of the reader price with clay sub-soil. Price $1,500.
could be dried and cheaply 'known Re- ,.
names they are by.JohnGifford somewhere in business section. .
/gauva home and Seeus
rent.
for the dramatist and his playsat you a stop paying Address Owner Box 79 Kissimmee -
,
,shipped to all parts of the world. If : in the Garden Magazine regarding price and terms.36tf turn to Lloyd L. Harvey at this
translations Fla.
: the very outset The so, it would be the cheapest dried 40-ltp office. Reward.
consist of four plays, namely, 'UncleVanya" fruit on the market. Gauvas fit for H. M. BREAKER- & Co. '"-
Many pretty thing; will be shown
oCr "Ivanoff"The Sea Gull, jelly are usually worth one lent a Kalz's Watch, for date. FOR SALE-Pair mares, weight 2600. Delta Pheta
st opening. LOST-One Phi
jeweled
and "The Swan
tr Song. pound. I Many pretty things will be shownat J. W. Miller. 35-tf
The readers of our land will be indebted The smell of the ripe fruit dis- Katz's opening. Watch for date. fraternity fin. If returned suitable-
MURRAY-GRIFFIN. C. A. Carson.
to Miss Fell for her enterprise reward paid.
Some time J FOR SALE-Fine large guavas $1.00
newcomers. ago
gusts The following item from the New
4 and painstaking work afford insight some Northern people claimed that JOIN OUR CO-OPERATIVE COLO- per crate. R: G. liaskins, Winter 40 tf.BOARDIC.
..to, the life of the classes in Russia Smyrna news in the Jacksonville Me-
there was a dead rat under their I tropolis will be perused with interestin NY, located near Tampa on S. A. L. Haven, Fla. 38-7tpd
which might'"have remained other- Members land : want good board
floor. The smell grew worse from Railway. get at a you
is
; wise hidden from them Indefinitely day to day because it was all due to brother Kissimmee.of Messrs.The C. W.groom and J. C.a fraction pf the usual cost. Large FOR SALE-2 h. p. International with good cooking and plenty of
The Gazette editor' was number and Harvester in good it where everything is new and .
y permitted a gauva tree by the dining room win- Griffin of this The New of allottmens taken, gasoline engine, ;
the pleasure 'of conning the book dow a heavy crop of friut. city. new town building. For informa- running order. Will sell at a sac- clean; large rooms well lighted and

through the courtesy of Mr. P. A. Now,ripening the whole family is eating the Smyrna correspondent says: tion address N. R. White, St. Cloud, rifice if taken at once. Apply at ventilated ; with running water
I; Vans Agnew, to whom the author inscribed fruit. The marriage of Miss Jennie Murray Fla. 40-9pd Gazette office. 37tf (hot and cold) ; with bath; goodview
one of the first copies. Miss and Mr Clarence Griffin took of lake; convenient to post- -
the .stories told which
< Fell, with other. members of hero hinge Many are the smell of the plebianbut place on Wednesday at 8 a. m., at the ORDER YOUR trees at once from R. D. WARING & CO. will you office and business part of town;
upon Mr. and
bride's
father's family, is at present at the useful gauva. A man once home of the parents, GritTing Bros., W. II Brokaw, sales a house. rent I -tf rates $6.00 and $700( per week; apply -

Virginia home of the Fells. shipped a crate of this fruit to a Mrs. T J. Murray, on Orange street by, ,man, room No. J. State Bank Building to Mrs. L. R. Farmer, first
the
and performed
Many pretty things will be shown friend in the North and labeled it Kev Treadwell ceremony, of was the M. E. church. 40tf i WE-Hav i listed some of the most desirable block on Mabette street, the brick 38tf

at Kall's opening. Watch for date. "Gauvas." When it reached its des- The bride was attired in a lovely HORSES AND MULES For Sale. property on the market, both house

tination the agent sent a card say- hand-made lingerie dress, which was I have one car load of small gentle city anil county, which we offer at I Shrubs.
ing, "Come and get your gauvas. I afterward changed for a traveling t the lowest priced to t b. obtained. FOR finest Roses Ornamental
work horses and mules at Kissimniee
I, PREMIUMS OFFERED think he's dead. costume of brown. Only the family Kla, at McAdoo's stable (Call- : There is no !padding of prices by us, and Greenhouse" Plants, call on "Tho a
I I Florin Miss Jean Church
We have a bad-smelling fungus every piece of property sold) at exact Caldwell
The left the
was present couple on and them. J. W. 40-11
King
here which /Some call "l see p I placed it the , street. Phone 83 34 tf
: EQIUQCALV1EWSFIVE people >uzZ&ui !II::30 train for a month's stay in --- -- ,- price on by ownerWrite _
.. ----- .fooler." A friend has suggested North Carolina and Washington, I n. UH your requirements and we ---- -

_ that this W"OliTJ'e air Appropriate C They birth-quite popular hr. .o I M_!_. JUJ ,l\sin-s------d: will du our best to, please. you byrh"winrf nJ.uJHIBBON; Ice Cream best in

t. name for the gauva. Strange, indeed --- --- -- ., --1\;:; ; uwtJwkuldnfprupertyyQlldesire. .., .tuwlL..Kis.irnme!! Drug!: ..Co. :31-tf
:\.11. In I.I li\
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t n _
II
I. M. Breaker & Co( 24-tf
DOLLARS WILL BE GIVEN how soon one can become accustomed Many pretty 'things' will bo shown I" ,
it' to smells which are at first nauseating at Katz'8 \\alrh for date for1"nm, I I I MEET me at Kisnimniee \Drug Co. and
opening"
"f' FOR THE BEST PICTURE I have heard it said that ----- --- -- !.seal l i>.r, tin t'In'ull CMUI of. lh, > .S>>"'nthluilli FOR KENT i! we will get a drink of the best soda
lal
Clnull of Ih.( Slate lit Flue
: Slf BM iTTED. the Arab and one or two other races DEATH 01'EVEHETT BASS.;:; t4,. .in and< for. <)Hiulu 4'uunl>. 'In ___ ___ I water made. :31-tf
can't stand the smell of even a clean Everett E. Bass! son of Richard t i i i'l III In *.HUfi w hen' ''In S \\' "OUIIK IHi FURNISHED ROOMS for rent cards ____.____ I
1 imiplafnant' anil Uiniv SIIIIH and Ida
t' The Board :tTrade pamphlet white man. Bass, of St. Cloud died in Helena H.h. ,.., his. wife. uif rrspundenle' , the for Hale at the Gazette office. PLACE your orders for Roses, Shrubs -
The odor of the gauva and a few Ark., and his remains arrived Wed- uudrslgn<" ,'d l UH Special| M..I..r. In ------ .- and Trees for fall and winter plant--
9 which is .
D. B.
being preparedby Mr
I other tropical fruits such as the nesday afternoon. The interment "h"n"I'r will sell a* public outir DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til ing with Miss Jean Caldwell Florist. I
4, Potts for the advertising committees .Iii Ink the legal, tenure of Hale beforethe
ti-es and is mild in com-
''r" genipap, ler. phone : :34-tf
took place at Rose Hill yesterday I'ourt HouHe doors In the City of H.I.
form and bids fair to be'
assuming with cheeses. I have
of I parison some The remains were accompanied to I KlHHlmnitt. < ', In said 1 OHtenla County on
an attractive and effective piece heard that the mangosteen claimed the father of the deceased I Montiathe< 4th day of November A, MISS PETRIE will resume the exervCISCB
-
Kissimmee by R. D. WARING & CO. will rent
'advertising matter. The effort is being l I' your
IM2 II. deHcrllied
: following -
by some to be the of all fruits, proitil
made to put all the information prince who was at the side of his I \, sit Ull"', lying and belntf In the house for you. 19-tf of her Kindergarten and Primary
l; SgMr has at first a repelling odor which is son when the end came. The stricken ("nun!) of Oareolu. Htrtte of FlorldnlleKlnnltiK School September 9th. Sum-
.4 will likely be required by one soon counteracted by the lusciousness other relatives receiving : 220 yds Went of the SIC ItEN mer street 87tf
.. father and -
.. who 18 contemplating an investment of the pulp. are corner of 8W 4 of Sly % of Section Two modern Hats, withall' ____ _n_ .___
., ;; ,I in this section. The and the the condolence of their many II, Tp 26 Houth. Range 29 E, city conveniences. Apply at the
palate soon adjust -
nose
thence West 110 thence North
Its to have oft friends. yda Gazette office. 20-tf WANTEDWANTED -
"f planned a picture themselves to strange smells and is. survived his 44O vtla thence Kant 110 \'dn" thence
The deceased by
y aomV loeal view, building, crop, landscape flavors. The first time I ever tasted : Hwuth 440 yds. to beginning contalnIIIK -
Mildred 12
or some other characteristic sour-sop-ade it tasted like cotton wife and daughter years 10 acres more or legs FOR RENT OR SALE- Two-storystore
A' I scene at the bottom of each page. of age. The funeral services were Terms of sale caah building on Brack street North K is- -at once 5,000 live baby
in Nowit
wool soaked cider vinegar. Hated 1nt October A. n. 1912
of the
Bell
Mr. Potts has authorized the Gazette belongs to the same category with conducted by the Rev. Mr. a H. BULLOCK I simmee. H. C. Stanford. _9-If alligators nine to fourteen inches
Baptist church. 1 Master In long name boxed for shipment -
to offer a premium of five dollars limeade and Hpeclal Chancery ; price
crushed pineapple.The It I). (IKHJKK.Complainants Box 1125, West Palm Beach ,
If which will be paid to the person sending Solicitor 40 St FOR RENT Residence l
gauva, although completely Many pretty things will be shown !:1 rooms ana Fla. 39-3t
him tHe best picture. The only distributed throughout the tropics in Watch for date. bath, 2 block from Pogtofflce. t'aved
at Kall's opening. --------
I I condition, of the contest is that all both fL wild and cultivated state; is street. Large verandas both upper -
I pictures submitted shall become the WANTED-To teach piano in Flor-
undoubtedly an American fruit. It and 'Iow r. Ideal location. Possession
Church.
property ,the Board of Trade. Mr. Presbyterian ida, by a graduate; school or pri.
oJ' has a fine, name of Ibdian origin, St..Cloud Oct. lat Box 345. ;33-tf
L. Hackett of ,
: ,Potts may be found in the office of gaujava in Spanish, areable short Rev W. Improved FarmsFOR ., vate families; testimonials as to ""I
r I 1 Hon. Arthur E. Donegan Citizens' < will preach at the Presbyterian character and ability sent on request )
J ened to in In Porto
gauva English church next Sunday morning and FOR RENT-Old.Mate bank builds Iron Beuna "
Bank Miss Johnson Cross
: building. ,
I' f Rico the gauva tree is always called evening, and Rev. S. S. Snyder will Darlington avenue; four rooms
!ihuH gaujava, while the term "gauva" is take his place in St. Cloud to preachand SALE. BY and bath: upstairs, three rooms below. Anchor, S. C. S9-2t,

r t Many ) things willfobe shown applied to a large leguminous tree moderate a church meeting at E. t;. Vans Agnew, Agent. 24-t I

*t Kat..openinc. date. much used for shading coffee. which it )is desired to call Rev. Hack- WANTED-At once, an incubator, 60

The home of the gauva is prob- ett as the pastor of the church whichhe Mrs. SummersIF FOR RENT-A-. modern aroomtat/ to 250 gps capacity, must be in

PI 6iWRN PLACE SOLD ably Mexico and Central America, but has supplied since last May. with all city conveniences. Apply to good condition and at a low cash

1 birds and animals carry the seeds Evening service at 7 o'clock, C. E. W. B Harris. Gazette: office lC'i' !price. Box 673, Kissimmee, 39tf

+ long distances and, since it will grow at 6:15.: Prayer meeting at 7 o'clock. ,.
- -- --- --- -- --
BY..HCNRY.. 1. BASS almost anywhere in a warm climate,

its distribution is wide. It is plen-
tiful everywhere and countless varieties Many pretty thing will be shown

; 1. VA t/ABOJ'; ''IpROPERTY' PASSES exist. It comes up quickly in I at Kali opening. Watch for date.

abandoned clearings, which exist,
TO OWNERSHIP OF A. E. To Mark Soldiers' Graves
strange to even in new coun-
say ,
WIfALEY.The tries, and when there is neither native I The members of Will Bryan chap-

nor jelly factory near, it furqishes ter, U. D. C., are preparing to erect / c iIf .
of Confederate
the -
markers
on graves
i food to many wild animals.I .
Pe horn property has been soldiers. Some of the graves of
I think it is generally considered the
. p Al h UA K L. Bass to A. E. of all fruits, and those who wore the gray lire unmarked -
greatest jelly gau-
e i contains 334 acres and any information as to
java dulce holds a high place
among
| and is considered one of the finest Spanish-American people. The sale the location of such graves will be
farm. In Osceola the committee havingthe
county. appreciated by
of this jelly brings dollars to
many
It is understood that the consideration in
matter charge.
Florida, and I have seen cases of it
was large, but the amount was MRS. A. B. JARRELL,
.f the platforms of backwoods stations -
on
1 r"f' | not given out. The transaction was consigned to almost staten MRS. C. W. DANN,
"" closed Monday. The purchaser will every MRS. ROSS GRAVES,
the Union and even to Canada and
,' have the satisfaction of owning a 40 2t Committee.
.f\' property that has been coveted of Europe. / ( r / tigfa I
when Northern
They
The sale of say a man will be shownat
; many. Many pretty things
f stranded in Florida. he does
4 I well farm emphasizes again gets for date.
." appointed usually one of three things; He Katie opening. Watch:
'.the demand for lands in this section
a law office, a real estate officeor +
opens 4444 + 444440444044
' ahd the fact that values advanc-
are
4" all the while. a jelly factory, and I know of 4 0

:,, ing one who combined these industries in 4 NOTICE.

I.', Many pretty things will be shown the same shop.In 4 000 YOU ARE LOOKING FOR Warm Baby's Food
addition to the common gauva 4 Notice is hereby given that--
at Kati's opening. Watch for dale. 4-
there are several other species of genus 0 all State and County licenses PROPERTY IN KISSIMMEE OR

Psidum which yield fruit of 0 expire on September 30th. After ITS VICINITY WATCH THIS I
''I LEAGUERS WILL more or less value. In addition thereare 4 this date any person who 4 By Electricity

fifty or more species of fruits 4 conducts business for which SPACE.

THE In South America belonging to the 0 such license IS required is 4
LET CITY PAVE
the twitch wait Four minutes
and the
order Myrtaceae, closely related to 4 liable to arrest and prosecu-: ,

the gauva, which are still awaitingthe 4 lion by the County Attorney. TURN is ready---For of course you preparedit
skill of the horticulturist,. We 4 C. L. BANDY. *
AMERICAN WOMAN'S LEAGUE are now trying Feijoa sellowiana, arauvalike 4 Tax Collector. in a Westinghouse Electric Milk Warmer

ZI DECIDES ON fruit from Uruguay The 4
; CHAPTER 4 40 21.
Fruits are greenish, containing a 4404440444044444 4 before retiring. How much better, how much ..'
I: r' THAT POINT. rich pulp, and "so highly perfumedthat
r easier than the
baskets having held them will Many pretty things will\ be shown going to stove and lighting the Fire!

retain their perfume for weeks." at Katz'. opening. Watch for date. ,
A. W. L. held
Hart Chapter a The flowers are showy, white and It doesn't take a Westinghouse Milk

:_ meeting Monday afternoon, at which crimson and the petals ,are edible.I John Berkhelm.of Philadelphia, accompanied Warmer long to win favor with mother

$ .it: was decided to let the city go' ahead have heard it said that the flowers by hi. wife and four children No flame, no .soot, no odor nothing but

and do the paving around. the Chapter are fertilized by a bird. I believe it and tits mother arrived yesterday heat and that is all on the inside. An absolutely .

House. has fruited in California. My plants afternoon to make their home In eafe,utAnsil for you to use at the
The action of the City Council in have flowered, but have formed no KlBBlmmee. W D. Berk helm, a brother bedside. Good for many other purpose

i" '' determining to take the paving in fruit. la now enroute with his family by Will boil a pint of water in six minutes.

hand offered aft easy solution' tor the The genus Eugenia alone, althoughit auto., and will also locate In KlMlmm Very convenient when you need hotter-

leaguers. To pave about the three gives us the deliciousu Cayenne or .. The Uerkhelm will be remembered water than yon canget from the faucet. ,

;*' aides'rot, the Chapter House would Surinam cherry (Eugenia pitanga) by older citizen. a. they spent

'-. .,.... hs>ve been a considerable undertaking, and the rose apple (Eugenia jam- the' winter here about nine years agro
tthL and they are satisfied that the city boa), has twenty or more fruit yielding The father of the brothers died last Westinghouse Electric Ware '
It done at cheaper figure lpeele. _

t' amend with. a good deal leu trouble to Closely related to the gauva is the prlntf. is economical, sanitary, convenient, safe, clean and durable. Tea


bad theyundertaken the. work them- such sweet rosy aroma that they are Kail's opening. Watch for date. Milk Warmers Irons and other devices. for daily use
:
' ,.. v.. ....: ;. : sickening to some people, as it is the

k'I.I' odor of the tuberose and of certain FOR RENT signs' for sale at this ----

% I Catholic( Chardt..8erriete.I \ ... flower odors in the tropics which office, 10 cent each. Mrs. Mary Summers Electrical Co.tr.ctor V. R. ELLIS

(;?/r i ) Next, Sunday the- 29th tnst.. mass seem to overburden the atmosphereon KiwiiMee Fla.

will' ..becel.brated1n..tIIliCathoUc moist still nights. Enter a trop ...dveytIM.t In eke K...._ a.,

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