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: October 25, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00565
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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of the Board of Trade
meeting Monday


+y; :$:; organization. The questions to be discussed are of J .

vital interest to all our people and should receive
the most careful con.ideration.before definite I
action is taken. Everyone concedes that the Trade
Day held in this city July 12th of last year did
:} REGULAR more to advertise Kissimmee than anything',else "

attempted during the past four years and paid -

It is all over nearly, but the .)outing Though much interest has beep greater dividends to our merchants in the form of i Osceola county has been free of any While the inland waterways of the
The county campaign has beep shown in the proposal before the City. increased sales. The committee trouble to date over the green fruit State and nation are receiving attention
practically completed and with the Council three weeks, ago to close appointed to law, and the local shippers do not and arc being developed M never'
conclusion of the canvass made of the Darlington avenue no further steps ,make arrangements for holding' another Trade 1. wish to risk the unpleasantness and before it II 'up to the people of our

county this week the candidates willdevote have been taken by Council, and it Day will make its report at this meeting and a full expense of arrest even though there section to demand through our representatives
the rest of the time to the 'drfesn't appear likely that there will' is no odium attaching; to it. in Congress an appropriation -,
"single shot" method. be. The Coast Line has not returnedthe attendance is urgently requested.H. For some time the packing houseof for a survey to connect by a abort
A series of picnics and barbecueswas agreement which was executed on Charles Hart has been sending out canal, the two greatest inland waterways -
begun last week at Ba senger. A behalf of the City by receiving: the Clay Stanford, grapefruit From this house alone In.the State, the St. Johns and ,
number of.(he candidates from Kis signature of the Mayor and City. Lewis O'Bryan President. there are five or six carloads a week the Kissimmee rivers, thai opening; up
simmee were in attendance, and this Clerk. to the markets and orange to commerce the best section of the
was followed the next day, Friday, The committee of citizens delegatedto .J' Secretary. packing will begin soon. Will Blood- great State of Florida. We,must be
with a picnic at Whittier, when the address a communication to Supt. worth is superintending the work at awake to the great importance of this'
crowd was augmented by another delegation Morton Riddle received only an acknowledgement the Hart packing house. great undertaking. Water communication .
from town. At every point from that official, According to the terms of an agree- with the'great market*.of the.
where a crowd has been gathered together without any expression of opinion. It ment reached by the convention of country are the greatest asset any city
there have the candidates been was taken to mean that the matter had citrus growers, when it became neces can have Ktasimmee should lead in
and on nearly very occasion there not been fully determined in the rail- I determine a test for green the fight for this water communlca-i
have been a number of speeches. road office as to what action wouldbe BETTER THEATERNEEDED THOUGHT TO BE DEAD fruit, it was decided to hold back tion with the outside world. as she hat
Wednesday evening a large crowd pursued. TKa law firm of Sparkman orange shipments until otter November -> in many other big things, thus bring
was attracted to' the Center Park & Carter is handling the matter 5. The difference in the maturityof ing our city to the front and securing ,
school house. J. M. Sharp presided, I according .to a statement made by P. FOR CITY TURNED UP WELL the grapefrut is easily for our section the cheap freight rates
and was assisted by Chairman Roma A. Vans Agnew before the Council seen by making comparison on the and express rates to which we are'
Thomas of the county committee. meeting when the citizens filed their local fruit stands Grapefruit .is be- entitled. All the cities and country
Several automobiles went out from j I'' protest. Mr. Vans Agnew stated then ginning to color nicely to tributary to these great rivers are by
Kissimmee, and among the speakerswere I that while he was local counsel for the which proclaims it to be thorough their location, and for their'great material
John W. Overstreet, Arthur railroad company that he was not act- VIEWS OF PLAY HOUSE MAN FENN ONCE RESIDED HERE ripe, but the'oranges are yet decidedly advantage in Increased businessand
W. I. Barber S. L. and he off color.
Donegan, E'I ing in this particular case, commerce that would immediatelypass .
to L. H. Ingram, H. C. Stanford, W. made it a rule not to do so when there Most of the grapefruit that is bed through this waterway and result .
Sears, S. J. Triplett The Center was any chance of conflict between the I ing...:ahipped-is-coming----from- the- -t&v.etgoodaclnRmvilleht& ; -
meeting was one of the best rallies city, or-the Vans andtbe.railroadin=.. POSSIBLETO GET't.OODTTR" STORY (iF LOCAL INTEREST;; Uassenger section. Capt. Johnson Sanford as well as St. Cloud and Kis y e
yetheldand -a -numberof ladies j leresls. Mr. Agnew states that 1 keeps both his boats busy now on simmee and all adjacent territory. So
graced the occasion by their pret The scene of the activities moved to I to the agreement and he doubtsof COMMODATIONS COULD I COURT TRIAL IN STATE ': Bassenger, and the number of boxes interest, with -us on this important. un-
Edgewater Thursday It was an all the company will take the necessary I that are being brought up is steadily dertaking. __ '
day affair, being a combined barbecue, I steps to execute it. BE GUARANTEED.It OF GEORGIA. increasing, showing the advance of We believe that the proper 'course
fish fry; 1 public speaking and neigh Another View of the Question the season.S. to pursue would be for the Board of

borhood picnic. There was an abund- The Valley Gazette has received the J> Sligh's packing house was Trade of Kissimmee, which has done
ance of savory food, and every one following communication on the prop- would be possible for Kissimmee Many of the older residents of the opened the middle of the week and many things to.push our city and sec
present appeared to have an enjoy- I osition to close the street: to get gbod attractions in the theatrical county will recall the identity of A. J. preparations made to begin packing.Mr. tion to the front to put '
able time. C. S. Acree was the mas- Editor Valley Gazette:: There is line and more of them if it were Fenn, who made this his home at one Sligh proclaimed defiance of the to the wheel and bring this project to
ter ceremonies and was assisted who by one view of the "giving away Darlington possible to give them the necessary time.A. green fruit law at Orlando last week the attention of the proper persons. to
W. W. Clark. Among those accommodations.This in the secure what we desire. .' -.',. *
Messrs. avenue for a railroad dock" mat- story appearing daily pa- and was arrested. He has been -
'*" from Kissimmee were, ter that I have not seen mentioned.It is the view taken by J. D. pers a few days ago tells of the find- operating through the fruit and vege- A committee 'appointed t
Donegan, Sears, Stanford, Lupfer, Woodbeck of the Pastime of Fenn New Orleans after and petition circulated which wouldbe
and Mar- is this: Docks are not limited in theater. Mr. ing in table sections of the State for a number
Barber Overstreet, Ingram number; thousands of docks are being Woodbeck is of the'opinion that Kis- his death by. drowning was reportedto of years and is well known in signed by everyone. no one wouldbe
ris.In and built, and will be built every year to simmee's proximity to Tampa and I have occurred over two years ago. Kissimmee. The specific case for opposed to such s project and sent
the evening/ the sidelights this timeto the end of time. Manana is not too the adequate train service would causeit A dispatch from Cordele, Ga., tells which he was arrested was the shipment in to each of our representative ia
calcium were shifted again, crowd late for a dock. But for a street it to be rather an easy matter to of the unusual circumstances, as follows of five car loads of oranges. Mr. Congress, namely, Congressmen CI.rk.1.)
Shingle Creek. A goodly resolved is different; no more land will be get more entertainments of a class : Sligh's packing house in Kissimmeeis Mays, Sparkman, and Senators Bryan
was present, and this meeting of social color created in the renter of town: no that would be pleasing and cater to After the disappearance of Fenn his in charge of Grover Hnpple. Preparations and Fletcher, urging them to use their
I itself into an event more water front can be had. Once the demands of a growing and up- wife instituted suit njfainht two Insurance are being made for a busy best endeavors an dall mean in their
rather more than one of political sig- more water front can be had. Once to-date town.Woodbeck companies for $15,000 life in- season. power to obtain an appropriation for
nificance. parted with, it is lost to the public & Key, managers of the surance. She obta'r oJ a judgment for U. S. survey to ascertain the cost and
The campaign has been thoroughupon forever, no matter what the neces- Pastime, have signed a contract for $10,000 against one of the companiesin most feasible route, and then ant-ap
the whole and there is no part sities of increased population may be. the appearance of "The Rosary" in the Crisp county superior court and propriation to complete the cabals
of the county which has not been canvassed For this reason it fa forbidden by law Kissimmee the evening of November the case now js pending in the Geor- PORTER DECLINES necessary. Jacksonville and Tampa as'
in some manner. The activityat Court. W. R. H. Roberta well other with far less.importance
to in any manner eliminate a public 7. The play has had an immense run gia Supreme as places -
St. Cloud is becoming more amusing of.- thoroughfare. Any attempt to do PO in New York and is to be presented and J. S. Land, of Tift county USE OF HIS NAME than our project are securing;
to the onlookers as the day is an attempt something; impossibleof in Tampa Friday of,next week and testified at the hearing in the superior these improvements to their'waterways -
ejection draws near. The most recent legal achievement It is wrong: in ,will open the new theater at Lakeland court that Fenn fell into the Apalachi. at the expense of the national
issue of 'the St. Cloud Tribune contains held- theory and would be vicious in prac- November 6. cola river April 20, 1910, and they I -, government, by at it all,.the
- an account of a meeting tice. CITIZEN., Some time ago there was some talk saw him no more. According to the .REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR time and never giving.UR until their ?
by the Republican club in that town the three demand has been L .
of enlarging the Pastime so that it testimony men were <
,Wednesday. Among the speakers was would meet the demands, but it has ing down the river' toward drift-I' TREASURER WANTS NAME We,think now is the time'to act'on ,v"
Capt. L. D. Frost. Following Tribune is a BULL MOOSE( DIDN'T about been concluded that the entire 'town, Fla., when Fenn stood up OFF THE BALLOT. this matter and keep up a continual
clipping from the St. Cloud house would have to practically boat and fell overboard.A I fight until our object I. accomplished,
concerning Capt. Frost's remarks: reconstructed, and the undertakingwould reward of $2,500 was offered by and boats for all purposes will be
Capt. Frost declared that under this CREATE MUCH STIR be accompanied with large ex- the insurance companies for informa- I passing through Kissimmee from
provision any Republican who voted pense and some' danger, and the results tion regarding Fenn's whereabouts. One significant straw showing the Jacksonville to Kt Myer., on the Gulf
for Democratic candidates did so illegally -i at the conclusion of it would Art Atlanta detective is said to have direction of the political wind in OE from Lake Okeechobee to Ft. Lau-
and therefore was not hardly be such as to prove satisfactoryfor i found Fenn in New Orleans. I Osceola county regarding the chances derdale and Miami on the Atlantic.
ly or otherwise bound by his moral-I of Republican success is the fact that
CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR a very long period.Mr. I Let us get busy and show the world
publicans had been invited Woodbeck has no doubt that one ot. the strongst candidateson that Kissimmee leads, in everything
Democrats to vote, the latter knowingthat SPENT SATURDAY IN the patronage would be sufficient to FIREMEN'S SMOKER the ticket has requested that his that a progressive, live up-to-date
it was illegal under the circum- COUNTY. support a season well Oiled with first name be not printed on the ballot. city should have, and for everything
stances. That this illegal act did not class plays, and he hopes to be able ELECTION NIGHT This request was made by M. H. for the advancement of Itr section of
bind Republicans who had participated to announce soon that something toward Porter, nominee of the St. Cloud con- the
without knowledge of conditions was the construction of a well ap- vention for county treasurer. Mr. State.KISSIMMEE YACHT CLUB.
"the belief of other sneakers. It was According to prediction the Hull ponited play house has been done Porter has the prestige of long resi-
.the duty of challengers to questionthe Moose party failed to create any great dence in the county and was evidently
faith of voters in doubt but no one stir in Kissimmee and St. Cloud Sat.urday. ENTERPRISING ORGANIZATIONWILL a favorite at the St. Cloud assembly,
was challenged. The challengers knew In fact, the speakers didn't HARVEST CANTATA KEEP OPEN HOUSE for he was placed in nomination for HIGH SCHOOL BOY
Hhe requirements but did not enforce appear according to schedule. three offices, his name being; offered
...them. Capt. Frost also said he had It had been advertised that H. I I.. I ON NOVEMBER 5. for county judge, superintendent of HURT WEDNESDAY
attended a Democratic meeting at Anderson, E. R. Gunby and W. C. OFFERING NOV. 22I I public instruction and county treas- ,
which Supt. Sears said he was 55 years Hodges would represent the party in I urer. Mr. Porter was diffident about
MJ old and.had been in office :SI: years, Kissimmee, but none of the orators I The Firemen's Association, which is 1 accepting any of the nominations, but
\and asked for four more years. The appeared except Mr Hodges 'and he proving to be a lively and useful body was finally persuaded to allow his CIIARLES JESSUP HAD ARM
Captain thought it wall time to pass made no speech in Kissimmee. lie GOOD PROGRESS BEING MADE .in addition to the work of the mem- name to stand for treasurer.
the office around and take a look at went on to St. Cloud for a conference bers the fire will Recently he made a request of the BROKEN WHILE AT PLAY
in ,
the bookb. The names of A. P. Kip- where the Progressives are supposedto WITH TilE REHEARSALS a smoker on election department night.A give County Commissioners to leave his AT BASKETBALL.While 4
' linger and A. S. Currier were added be rather numerous. EACH WEEK. special wire will be run into the name off when the official ballot was
to the roll of members. At the meet- There was no crowd in Kissimmee hall over Makinson's store and all printed, but his request came too lateas
ing Oct. 30, it is expected that prominent to hear the speakers and Mr. Hodges --' : the election news that can be had will the ballots were already in the
speakers from abroad will be didn't attempt to speak. He said tnat press. engaged in a game of basketball
: It is announced that the Harvest I be received there until a late hour.
sum unexpected engagement had Wednesday afternoon on the
present. I made it impracticable for the other Cantata which is being rehearsed for Election night is generally an off nightfor school grounds, Charles Jessup, who
representatives of the Roosevelt wing presentation will be given the eveningof the male. population, and the result lives at the home of his uncle about
.. It will be right generally agreed j I of the party to be present November 22. I over the country will probably COUNCIL ACCEPTED three miles from town had the mis
no doubt, that Capt. Frost's view of The cantata is well suited for ama- be known in Kissimmee before the fortune' to have his arm broken.
the obligation imposed by the primary teur production, and the local singers vigil is given up. Refreshments will GAZETTE'S OFFER The boys were in the midst of an
I is very .. original. Concerning the are getting along finely with their I be provided without extra charge. The exciting game and young Jessup was I
Statement in regard to Supt. Sears FRESH GARDEN TRUCKIN The admission at the door will bo one dol j
I ( parts. cantata is being given under thrown and fell on his arm, the fore*
there is no explanation to be found. the auspices of the Christian. lar. |I arm receiving the Injury. H. was
Mr. Sears was born in December, church. The firemen deserve '\ large patronage ', ,
l has LOCAL MARKETSYOUNG given prompt attention and the member
and will not be !
t 'and is nearly 38 years of age. He probably disappointed I was promptly set and the
"'" held his present office since 1905. The << in the .ize of the gathering. I" PRINTING THE AUDITOR'S man is recovering rapidly. . young
Frost's statementis They iue vote of thanks for
p absurdity of Capt. CITY HAS RECEIVED arr a
; so apparent that it can hardly taking the responsibility of thus arranging REPORT.
operate to Mr. Sears' disadvantage.CAMPBELL to receive the returi.s. '

I Council held a brief session Tuesday -
ISSUE that had been hanging fire for some
tinje i were closed up._
) FOR RURAL ROUTE real article of ideal Florida I I OF GENERAL NOTES. INJURYFALLS Council had previously requestedthe I -
weather was Thursday and with the
: FOR newspapers to bid on printing the
i coming of this spring-like weather the I i _60000. I report of Auditor Louis Searson, CHARGES AGAINST THE CITY -. '
grocery shops were filled with an as- who his work time cf t .
,.. I completed some MARSHAL WERE NOT > : .
sortment of tender green vegetablesthat The Citizens 'Bank has paid '
WILL BEGIN HIS DUTIES AS LET- over ago. The Valley Gazette submittedits ,
caused the; thoughts as well as to City Treasurer J. Z. Roberson the THOUGH SEVERELY HURTIS bid in the form of a letter offering' SUSTAINED. {,r'i,,\
-M"'I'EB" CARRIER ON FIRST OF the inclination of the average person first installment of $20,000 of the to print the report without J .
I I. NOVEMBER. to revert to the spring time and its ,recently authorized issue of $60,000 BETTER.Julius The stand taken by the paper char -- .

many good thing. from the gardens. of general notes. letter to Council was that the printing The charges which were recently
It There were peppers, okra lettuce, According to the contract of sale of such a report was rightfully) filed against City Marshal F. W. Pitt- .,J
i young onions.besides the tomatoes the bank was to pay $20,000 a month fell from
Hyde a. ladder a chargeable at the regular rate and ft man were not sustained by Council: '
Rural route No., 1, which was recently that come from Maryland. The tomatoes and the first payment was not to be distance of 26 feet while at -work was not the purpose of the paper to upon Investigation. Uponvote. the' "- '" ,
I established,;: will have. service that are not native) grow don't made later than November. The first painting the residence of H. Clay "cut" this recognized legal rate. Since charges against him were dismissed.' ', ."-i., .
." November 1. appeal to tne native very strongly, payment has been made-as indicated. Stanford Friday of last week. 'and I th. auditor's report was unusual, The charges were not of a serious< VI
J' examination for rural carrier"held but those crisp, succulent things that Half of the amount will be set asideto sustained'serious injuries. I however and in the nature of' something character to begin witiv:;consisting "'pjJs, '
recently in Kissimmee. and you make salads from are some of the pay for the construction of the Complications set in a f.w days that the Interested mostly of allegations of,neglect of; ; r
,!'(N W. G. Campbell has received the apiripointment things that help to keep the weather drainage ditch which U to run paral- 'later and he was very HI for a time in more than perfunctorily the offer duty but the marshal's, trienda,are ,p', .
, ; as carrier. The route will and the spirits rood and, that make lei with the western boundary of the I but it will be good news to his friends waa made to print it without charge' Clad that he was relieved of them and",
the' .Campbell and Shingle. Creek this part of Florida the best part and I city; the other half will be used to I that he appears to be on the road to I and the offer was. accepted ,with are congratulating him on his oxoaer? "'".
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i e ooa.aoooaooaoo . o less and ,neglected children of Florida f/\\. '.
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r 0 4tafta+ttf4 + + a0. Sunday' morning -the'; local pastor.
I Rev. W. 3.: P. Cochran, preached anJit Advertising Ph'"l
:: j communion service' .
= 4 4 ENDEAVORING.' 4' 4 Sunday afternoon the 'Juniors-of
:---::+-:.--+- +.44444.. : :; + + : :1 I[!,Tavarescame under care of,their.about superintendent twentyof them, as 7- + >is< ;'saying; the"right- thing-

l ,} _.. -MAIN STREET ', :.t.-- a also'for Junior work of the district, '
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children led the meeting, topic, "The ,
Carries al large and well(assorted stock of Children of China." The Eustis Society ' in the right wayWe ; .' ..-
The EustU C. E. Convention.. with their faithful superintendent r.
I C. H.; Newell, had a large partin
: : DPY GOODS NOTIONS It was held on October 18 to 20, for the service, and Mr. Fagg gave a make a soeclalty o!Irnning, preparing \ ::1,. 'r
Central District:, comprised by the. cheery, little talk to the. children.In .. literature and/ conducting! campaigns for IJ\ ,"'
Marion and Land Companies, Boards of Trade,. Munich. -'
counties Lake Sumter, .the twilight hour as it was too .
Citrus. rainy for: the expected service by the palities and Individuals. 'f f
SHOES HATS As State President, Francis Coffin lake, Kev. Phillips led it most beautifully
: was present and the districtleader at the church at the close of the
Rev. C. V Albertson could not be afternoon session. I GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISER* .t I'
and Useful Household Articles present.The former made himself very Sunday evening Mr. Fagg's theme I
useful in carrying out the good program was "Definite Lines of Service." and
I plans made by Miss Elizabeth. : I Rev. Cochran pronounced the benedic TAMPA A"
r as can'be found in the city, and sells them Burleigh, district secretary.The I'' tion.. *FLORIDA 1 !
convention theme was "Effici The I ,
next convention meets in
ency." Two helpful addresses on this I Mt. Dora. Officers year for the new year _., -_. _
: CHEAPER THAN subject were given by Rev. W. C. are, President, Rev C. V. Albertnon, C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN, serre arr.
Phillips, of Tavares and State President Candler
; Vice President, Louis Tra- (
' j ANY OTHER HOUSE Francis Coffin./Ij main, Mt. Dora; Secretary, Miss Eliza- f'
Devotional services were conducted I beth Uurleigh, Tavares; Treasurer, The Waters & Carson
j by Dr. W. T. Moore, Kustis; Mrs. II. I' Miss Edna Woodward, Eunlis; Junior ,
C. Duncan, Tuvares; Miss Winnie Al- Superintendent, Miss Marion Duncan, ,
'at berson, South Lake Weir; K. L. I Fer- I' Tavares; Quiet (Hour Superintendent, (
---- --- ran, Eustin, and for the closing consecration Miss Lila K. Griffeth, Mt. Dora; Tenth
i I service Sunday Legion, Mrs. A. M. Heed I Weirdale, Grocery Company
Mrs. A. M. Reed, was' leader.t'vening'l and for Christian Citizenship, Clarence I
I Friday evening: l'. E. \\00<. E. Woods, Eustis.
.i TATE BAN\ OF I ISSIMMEE j Christian Citizenship Superintendent, GRACE A. TOWNSEND; , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
made a splendid address on practical October 22, 1912.REFERENDUM :
needed in
brave efforts themakingof -
Oldest Bank in Osceola County I our towns, counties State anti INJUNCTION.;.;
country more moral and temperate.This i GROCERIESWE
: for 'I is the f fir.H C. E. convention in Sustained By Supreme Court-Will j
Depository Florida, the Kentucky man, Mr. Not Go; Before Voters.
1 'I' UNITED :STATUS:; GOVERNMENT STATE OK FLORIDA .. Woods has attended hut l we hope it 'TallahaBHee, Oct. 1'J.! -The. Supieme,
OSCBOLA CITY OF KKSSIMMKK will be the last, he has settled -.
OK as Court today sustained the referendum -
., I in Kustis a.s editor, of the Lake Region. case by denying the applicationof .* .; *> .;. .> .;. ,> *> # .;. <. .j. > <. .> < (0.-0--0- .44,4 .444
CAPITAL STOCK FULLY PAID 560.00000 iI | the secretary of state for a ,upereedeaR. ** *t* 4WE '
:, SURPLUSJ.TOCKHOLDHHS1 JO.OOO.OO At the beautiful home of Mr and SKLL: .:. : UU'IIII'S. \': 4
i .j I !Mrs. E. L informal <. HAY, .:. .
LIABILITY . OOOO.OO ferran an ry- This decision affirms the Injunction 4
-- caption the h'i"t I contention I -C. .:. ''; ,
I was KIM-II granted by Judge Maloneon the 4
t i DEPOSITORS' SECURITY $130,0000( Another featur.Vai 4 "1ittAlN. .:. >
night. pleasant
9th instant against the submissionthe 4
that the delegates entertained + fi1'ERTILIERS .:. FURS,
". were voters. The Court stood three 4
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I handily to the Presbyterian church against the supercedeas Chief Jus- : .:> .;. 0
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where all services, were held. .1' : : WOOL .
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT and Mocker and two for it, Justices I ..
Saturday forenoon was mainly devoted :Shacklefprd:; and Cockrell. Sl11NCl.l.;S. > ; si

; C. A. Carton Jno. M. LeeVicePres't M. Katz N. B. Carson to business\ past, present and There is ,a rumor current that had .*. I, .. 4tND
future tenses. The five Young Peoples' the referendum amendment been adopted ORANGE BOX ES. : : : S O
Pre 't :2il! l Vice-Pres't Cashjf ..
Soctetiek in the district have a it would have been used to 0. ; .
total bf 145 members and have done initiate legislation for the removalof ORANGE: WRAPS .:. .:. AI.L 0
line work in the past year. There are the capital and for the *: } 0C'OUNTRY
j <1H ___ I but three Junior Societies!, in Eustis,. of the state. Theie reapportionment has not <.. VEGETABLE (CRATES./ .:. .> 4.
Tavares' and (Ocala. 3* ;- ;>
been in the 4.
reapportionment years .
_ ,, j", Saturday> afternoon :lUSH Ruth 'of- legislature liaving repeatedly ignored;! : CHAT NAILS' *;. .:. I'RODUCE... _
fin spoke of the Tenth Legion and I the provision of the constitution -: 40 -
( :'; FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT :Miss !Margaret Lewis, of !Ml. I Dora, I express to reapportion representation in *t* *Z* 444 *0* 004404 *} . .: . 4 4 0,0,04Re

'. sent an excellent paper on the "Ouiet I the legislature once 11I'Y\ census I T
INSURANCE Best flour These earnest, workers are | decade. The larger" counties haveclamored ,
Yes. Companies ,
f'j Slate superintendents for their respective for it in vain The voters nell field and Kutclcii seed, of 1 all kinds.
\ departments. Foul" State officers j I I..of the smaller counties, being always I We give special attention( 10 l lining out hunting and camping ..arti_.
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: t were present in the Kustis convention j I sufficient to defeat any proposition Free delivery in city limit*. (Phone No. 12.
Why not use the same good judgment in buying and sunshine mt'Skugwere looking at the reduction of their rep I We are county agent for good f..rtilizt'rH.Hk UH for circular sad.
sent to other State Union workers and | .
resentation. prices on ferlilizerH.ISVKKY
f Insurance that do in buying goods for
'l you your more absent Endeavor friends. It is understood that Justices Cock
t tore or clothes for your family? Saturday evening was devoted to rell and Shakleford will write the
Missions. Those emphasized were the I I..dissenting opinion
Presbyterian work for the
1 inYbpr City; the '(' { spanish'l i 1- IAN1IN(1;
-J d ARTHUR E DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCY j f lion in West Tampa, and! that of "The i I This decision or action of the su __
; : Gospel Navy," and as a splendid con- preme court means that the amendment
I I elusion, Marcus\ C. Flagg, superintendent will be no further published and TIHTRJSJ >AY KVKNINCJ; I ATKIRKMKX'K
t D. G. WAGNER, Manager {I of the State Children's Home Society will not appear upon the ballot in
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r it told of his wonderful, undenominational the November election for ratification I I \.T..IL,
1 I cause for the poor, the home-J I 'rejection by tue voters. tllllllltllllllllllllllllI frfr 0
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Will soon be the scene of much activity along the real estate line, and all i

; ", persons interested in Florida lands and investments will do well to investigate .

;1 ,ri;s the natural advantages to be found here before buying elsewhere. ,' :

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game season opens November 1, and if you want to bunt or fish, Whittier is

.1'.1'I' : 1.-Whittier is the junction point of two new Railroads, that will be in operation by the place for yon to come to. The foreSts abound with deer, wild turkey, quail, squirrel

January 1st., 1913. and wild animal*. Tb. lakes and riren teem with thousands of duck, plover, jacksnipeand

""1 fiik. Guides and transportation for hunting parties can be secured at
'1 2.-Whittier is 90 feet above sea level, thereby insuring good health and water. very reasonable -
I \ rates, by writing Jas. A. O'Berry, proprietor, Lake Marion Hotel "

3.-Whittier is the best location for a town between Kissimmee and Lake Okeechobee. LISTEN! Any person or persons wanting to invest in a bona-fide proposition in,

4. Whittier lies Florida, will do well to write Mr. Jas. O'Berry because he is native of Osceola
j along the shores of beautiful Lake Marion, which is teeming with bsll.j a county, .

Florida, a farmer and stock raiser by profession, and is capable of judging Florida soiL
; 5.--Whittier is only one mile from the famous Kissimmee prairie, which is rapidly .
j "" j I have nothing to sell that is not first class. I can show you any amount of land
being sold to Northern home seekers, and will be their trading point
suitable to oranges, grape fruit, pineapples and all citrus fruits, vegetable land and land

6.-Every acre of Whittier soil will produce and within six months time will sell for' e suitable for general farming. I can show you just a few improved places with small

\ I double the amount asked for it now I bearing orange groves, with from 100 to 300 boxes fruit included in the bargain, too

7.-Whittier is in the center of the hnest fish and game district of Florida. Every, ) cheap io be true. This however, is only because: the owners do not realize what they

native of'Florida knows that will be worth six months from now. ........ '

I can show anything from city lot in Whittier to section
yon a a or more land on the
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Kissimmee Prairie.
;' 9.-Whittier has not been over ridden with land-sharks like a lot of other small tow. Remember that yon had best look into this proposition before Christmas, because I

.-Last, bat not least, Whittier boasts of the best country hotel in South Florida. land values are certain to increase after then. Don't forget that the Lake Marion hotels .

.._ '1' I Rates, $.00 per day f _... the place where you get plenty of wild game, fresh vegetables and strawberries to eat''

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TO ANNOUNCE TO'THEIR,FRIENDS'that they lure moved ',.1:

r the street into the new VY wring Building, We will .

be pleated to have you visit oar new quarters.

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I 'j of property you require, call on or write aa and we will take pleasure :
in looking op such property at'you desire. ,



., Wbe-you see any property advertised by us yon can rest assured Rjt i ,

that it II not Low Flat Land, subject to overflow. We do not r :

list that kind of property neither do we offer it for sale.
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I. We have some of the best Orange Groves in Osceola County listed withus \ i : : '1

I as follows: One twenty-five acre grove one fifteen acre grove, one twelve : I '
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acre grove oae tea acre grove; two three acre groves and one two acre grape ''

fruit grove: All( of these are first class groves, which can b* purchased at ; I II '

reasonable prices and on easy terms. We will introduce yon to the owners 1
and let yea deal direct with them. A I u ;
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No. 801-An attractive home in No. 429-Large lot on which is located k t+
Pinedale This property is just outside 'II"I one seven-room and one three- ;
of city limits, on high ground. I room house.. Large house is lighted ;; I
House is two-story and contains eight with electricity, has toilet and kitchen: anF -
rooms, all plastered and hard oil fin- sink, !small house also has aink and ) ,
ish, two porches, tine well and large toilet We will sell this property asa f '.
barn. This house is located on a five- whole or separately. This property ,
acre tract, with beautiful view of the I is 'well located, will pay 10 per cent.,
city and lake. Land is adapted to citrus on investment if rented. Price of both
fruits and trucking. This property I houses, $2,500.No. ?
be had for '
can $3,300'on very
favorable terms. Will introduce customer I 434--Fine< tract of 40 acres, just tea
to owner and let them deal direct short distance beyond city limits on r I
Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid I
| high school, churches and market. : ; q
No. 309-Splendid new six-room Price $30 per acre. Terms on part if '
house, just inside city limits, fine deep ( desired.No. .
well, lot contains two acres of ground, j i -
good new barn, wagon and buggy .. 473.-We have two eight-room ; '
xheds, all under good new fence. Fine I I houses, suitable for rooming or board- I Ai
location for small truck garden or ing purposes; they have electric lights
poultry ranch. This is a fine prop- I water and sewer connections; located J
in splendid resident section. Call onus !
osition where you will have the free- --
-- -do ithe-country-yet: close enough I and we will show-them to you. The
to. enjoy all the advantages of the prices are reasonable. terms easy.

city, such as splendid high school, best
markets, churches etc. I'rice $I;'!>00. |: No.. 381." -A 20-acre tract located on ;
i marl road, two miles from depot on -
No. 458.-Ten acres adjoining,' city I Cloud road. Property has good
limits on the Orlando hard road. Landis ''St.! and three-acre orange grove in ; 4
cleared, fenced and ready for the bearing. This grove will yield from Harriman's $50,000 For T. R.'s Fund '.
plow. The elevation is high suitablefor !I 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each ; .f
citrus fruits and trucking., This year. Sufficient land cleared and in
property will soon be available for I cultivation to increase grove to twelve 'y
resident purposes, as the city is ex- ,lor fifteen acres, and at same time can : ; ; "1
panding rapidly. A bargain at $1- be yielding any garden truck desired. l
200.00. ': If in search of property that will ...,,_..d.
No.. 459.-Five acres inside city, bring results this fall, and at all times ; ,
eared, fenced, plowed, ready for. while extending new grove, investi- '/leYdL/ M OIr 4W r
cultivation. This tract is near the gate this. This property is convenientto
Aultman farm, on high ground. $1- town, has marled road on one side, : -
000 takes it. one end. Price 4200.
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sub-division. Tim and again (Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, the third\ term party's candidate
for-president of the United States has stated that the famous $140"- 'to'
PINE CREST is situated between Emnett, and Mabbette slreeUjoverlooking 000 raised by the late E. H. Harriman In the fall of 1904 was for use la the 1"t. r

the City and Lake, and is bound to become Tone of the best resident subdivisions New York state campaign. He also declared most positively a few weeka ago r"
that he had ordered Chairman.Cortelyou of. the Republican national committee :; ,
in Kissimmee. This is where the birds sing and not where the frogs ; ......
not to accept any money from the Standard Oil company In that campaign "
'croak. .Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned fOf people and to return It If any had been accepted.On :i; ,,\ '-. !!' .i,
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who appreciate high elevation pure air and fine views, and want,enough*land Monday, Sept 30, C'. (\. Teeetbotr, secretary to the Late E. H. I1 1'r1-' ;'.s:, 'rte!:.
man produced the above receipt of the Republican national committee, signed! ; :h. 4,'
We sell all these lots
build real home at moderate price. expect to "
to a on by Treasurer Cornelius N. Bliss, for Mr. Harriman's Individual. contribution ) ,. '' .
this winter. Call early and get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to $100 per of$$60.000 to this fund proving conclusively that it was used in behalfofMr. '1 1I
lot of Roosevelt's candidacy. The day following John D. Arch bold, president I r
on easy terms payment.
of the Standard Oil company produced the documentary proof that his com I '
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course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga. '. 'I
We Have nice high Jots near the lake which we are offering at prices ,

yu that; decide are attractive.on a location Sec these for a lots home.get our prices and terms on them before Two Souls With but a Single ThoughtMacauley I I ; ; ; :t. #

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No. 474.We have two four room No. 475. C'lose in home. This is I '
la nice little house of five rooms and I
cottages located on nice high lots Lath, with modern conveniences, on. J i
73V4xl47'/4: feet each within two. corner lot 75x120 feet. Within twtt I > ; M
1 blocks of paved street, in South Kis- blocks of Broadway. (House furnished ltif i ?
simmee. One of these house i is on complete, ready to move in and begin l
,housekeeping, without the expenditure : I1 1I 1-
a corner Int.VI' can offer either of additional money above the j ;
these homes at a very low price, and l price which we offer the property for. I, ,:

on easy. terms. Price 2200.00, including furniture. l r

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Xfl. 47K. N'it-e little country home, five large rooms, porch, several out i k
consisting of. five acrrs( land, good new buildings, >uch as grain houses, tool. I
three-room cottage, barn and poultry and wagon sheds, stables, etc. One (III II v c I .
U half' artesian welland one surface Il '
house. 'I 1 nis property only deer li I
mile outm'le city limits on best hard This land adjoins the finest 1 I i r'
road in the county. Splendid place orange grove in the country, growing j
kind of land. All kindsof
for poultry. Price $800. on the same '
I ('fapsrow encouragingly on this l I If I
No.. 477.-Close in small farm. This land and It is the prettiest place for till + I IM ;
splendid property lies just inside corporate -I a home in this section of the country. I
limits, on high elevation over- '1 here is a fine line of forest trees on wlN.\ II ,
oking the city and lake, contains I the outside of the fence with a beau. I
three acres good! land, all cleared and tiful palm inside of the yard, alao
under good fence. Small box house. ] some thrifty maples, magnolias, live
This property is well located for sub- oaks and several other varieties of ; l
division. A money maker for the shade trees and ornamental shrubbery -
party that secures it and sub-divideB! i( and flowers. We want to in-
It into city lots Price $1,000.00.No. i troduce you to the owner of this landI
I and let you buy direct. You can buyit s
471.-A 20-acre home. This at a bargain and on favorable .'
splendid! property lies two miles north terms of payment.
from town, is practically level, rich FARM FOR SALE. I q
chocolate .
dark soil with fine
subsoil gray 16 acres cleared and in cultivation Located on good road, one-quarter f -4 : z?
;, the remaining four acres i mile from city limits, good five-room I

'fenced, covered timber with with some a good scattering growthof 1 ceiled acres <-JuHrte of landVtwelvejif, arge new barn hich, thirty is in In New York World. :
oaks'about '1% acre* of nice young cultivation, sixty ytfungf orange and .
thrifty in bearing, besides a grapefruit trees'- .seventy-five peach -
number grove of fine Japanese perllimmontte" trees, some plum and pear trees, one NUGGETS FROM WQODROW amlnatlon to see what they will yield : ..
some peaches, mulberries, good family horse, *bne buggy, one us by way of progress. I f't
blatfkberries, two kinds of grapes wagon, two sets harness, fifty chickens WILSON'S SPEECHES. i
buildings ten head cattle and all tools,necessary I
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andr.a few bananas. I The only way you can conduct politics
aret comfortable, but not of. great ,, to cultivate place. A bargain at The nation has awakened to a sense Is In widening circles not la narrowing :
value, consisting of a box house of I II I I 2500. Write us for terms. Of neglected Ideals and neglecteM du- circles. '
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"WE SELL HOMES" regard campaign a t"
The tariff baa become a system of continued struggle te.see to It that the' '
: tavor*.' people .,...taken care of by 'their owngovernment. :
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/ ra ,! We "! tr+Se t' 0 R1eN N""J"I M" I IIfproepertty
. .J1 ,,... goeetlona of right and Justice. Is not to be check"'_ I
Gr-- ,_---.DSSUUlEEfFLORl. A.; e this country we mast broaden ow '
Pasties and platforms and cndiSte. borders and make conquest of the ma I

,, '.- should be frankly put under ex- keta of. the world. i ,

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... ..".. PANIC ARGUMENT a,. + asa Kissimmee Furniture Go's.BIG
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;r i, :' FOR SALE History Demolishes Republican + ,+ + + + $ G.S + .. + 4+0

i d >. Claim.That Democrats Make REMOVAL SALE E(!

:" 'Hard Times. I have been all over the great Stateof '

Florida. I have been up one coast
I ; Livery' Stable that is Up-to- and down the other. I have seen all ...
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1893 WAS UNDER HIGH TARIFF have dipped into the waWrs'of Biscayne .

: 1 ,Date in all its appointments bay and I have slept all night '

I at a turpentine still close beside tbe

Every Panic Sine the Civil War Nan J{ stockade of a convict camp. 'I have OCT. 19 TO NOV. 23 :
I Pa&-Lss.ona? seen the mighty result of Florida'swonderful
J. W. MILLER Been a Republican and incomparable soil. Last

From 1907 Uph.....,. I year I saw the trend of human travel

:j i' i that was pouring over the borders'of +++++
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; KIssImmee Fla.. Florida like of inasion. }
The enemies of Democracy arc mall' a great army -
i' I lug their anticipated and regularly recurring \' I have seen land value rue i which i i. being
t I bard' several per cent in only a few monthsbecause j I We expect loon to move into our new quarters, .
bo.l-tbe are predicting -
of this tremendous demand I will those wbo need a.y- ;
.1 time It \\oodrow \\ 11.00 U elected built for us next door South, and we give ;
I for Florida land. I know the beautyof ,
president on a LtemocraUc tariff! rerl- her thing in tbe line Cf'
vendure her
'. : I growing draped !
: I don platformThe trees, festooned with the dreamy moss
:f Republican I are claiming all : her pines, palmettos hei wonderful 'i
credit for present: prosperity streams unlike those of any other region ".
A glance backward rill be north of the world, and I have felt the Furniture orHousefurnishings {

while at this time gripping charm of her "out of door'

rrl 1-;,err panic since the I'lvU "ar that seems to hold one entranced a<

originated and det eloped under Republican though in a (opel!. ...
All the wonders of Honda it hat.. :
rule '
( been in)' pleasure to have rioted" and
The Republican laiiipalgu
wewed during the past two" years. I ,
1904 demoted much space; to the am wholly and completed ulxiued f !
Osceola Lumber Co. Inc. many buaines Jlsusirs occurring from. and infected with the indexfinger on. I an enjoyable feast si a great many things will go at cot, sod in .,
Julj. 193 to AoYrwbrt. 1 1891! intendIng the right hand ofthe world Here
I \ some instances below cost to us. We will tell during this sale about 0
the public to Attribute them to the me oon to come the tirel! '-- grc\

1Y 1 inauguration of I'reoideiit Cleveland .hounds or the sea, ittrrMTg full carjroev .
in March IM.J Hut the Kepublican to all parts of the Ula,,'.-.. on f
Ii PLANING MILL AND NOVELTY WORKS i fall! to refer to the. fact that the K.. their way to and from the Atlanu.' $10,000.00 Worth

publlcau/ tariff law ass in force during and Pacific oceans through the Panama
canal. The Stale
entire 11 our
more luan tM'l\e of the aizteebmootbs
gigantic field of act I'1\ I I.eelopment -
Rough and Dressed Lumber of greatest bul&ei. diaaster ih in the ail everywhere> Themadneis I and it will not pay you to mill it, as you will be able to buy at.this
I Thin. fact mum be remembered-the
_ _ h ;McKinley tariff bill became a law0(1 hate grasped of money hands. and The opportuntt government) f low price for your future needs as well as for your present require-

6. lfc!'O. and the first Indication has .appropriated many million. for E ments. This is an opportunity that will not !bkely present itself,

Sash, Doors, Brick Lime, Cement ol the !189; .'. panic were seen :00"; II, the improvement of Florida, water [ again to the buying public of Kissimmee! . arby towns.
IbH'! &carcelv wore than thirty days wa\s This points to the nearby, future .
1' .]I. Plaster, Shingles, Laths .]*
after the McKinley! law waa pa *ed. when Florida shall stand forthI. s

and the panic reached Its worse stage the world with. the most important

_ : GENERAL. BUILDING MATERIAL I'In J lt>!);J ..nd..rl' In 19during |purls of call for the thousand. of .. Will
We Pay Freight
which lime the McKlulej law wa UP ?their lean courses teasels which toward will the have directed Panama ..

Florida full force
'I '. canal and Florida There are more
rt r j Million Lose Their Job. 'tup<-ndou>- undertakings in this, great ... OB oat of town orders-CASH ONLY AT SALE PRICES. C.u..d '

State than any other eition of our inspect the line sad if you do not with to buy, we will .be glad to
( --- It ma> be recalled too that the ration Florida has been known here : J.
ibow through will likely want to buy sometime,
pantof 1S7J under RepublKaii rule t' fuf" a, the "ruh man i" playground: you anyway you

11 -Ml I I I I I $ , , ,- -! $-, and In a period of twelve years of high but it ha-"now become I the, "poor nian'- : and if you do not you may hare a neighbor or a friend who will.KISSIMM .
radie, ,
tariff taxation' w-a It -n>oiUaaitLruu*. pa
; Grave Covers and Vaults Specialty WT people of the :North a' f tan; : .
a j I It continued lien OCX.'dOO workIngmen -
..nd l the VSest do not reallktuiu whatlife :
were thrown" out of employment ...... ...
until .
"is we h.'t'pl'nt v.m tim : ><":":": :
\viriTis I I HROXZK I ; : and bankrupt!) ran riot i IT' Florida '
-I In Ife90 the McKinley high tariff bill The beauty of the sky .nd' landscape :
the most enduring monument was passed, and there were 10671 the l beauty of the climate and .

made. Will not failure" followed by It.r4: In US1.! health, the voluptuousness. of foliage :
I r moss-grown. The tariff was. raised to nearlto percent and farms are nothing to be compared . [[ fURNITURE CO.
crack or crumble. Is more artistic : but wage stood still or declined with the great-and limitless, opportunities .i :

while tbe cost of necessariesadsanced. for the man of ordinary :
I and less
expensive. J. EMORY RUSH
I !, means to establish himself upon just .
few and make these few t.
a acres acres
( Write The most serious labor trouble In
me.and I will call.
him all that is in life to own" : I.. .
the history of the United States hate give We have a useful Kitchen Novelty for you if you baren't 'already
' 1 have seen ten acres 6f Florida 9
P. O. occurred under tariff
land produce at the rate of more than got oat, ask for it.MMIIIIillMHIIII.

$800 per acre. The man who owned I .
Some Lessons From 1907.!
this garden patch of ground came to .. "
-- J The Republican panic of 1907 furnUhed Florida to die after he had sickened ,

1 1r another forceful refutation of n., l lady bending over a dirty desk I I I I I I I I >.I 0- Sad8a 000 aaaa aaa60a n

: a T ( tbe Republican claim that Democratic for 15 years in a northern city: and .
administration and hard time. lower mark you, this man knew nothing of
tariff and panic. bare been coelUtLng. : farming when he came Today he is 4
I rich beyond his wildest dreams of I i
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'Building MaterialsI In 1907. in the midst of prosperity youth He tan go out any day in the' FALL CITRUS BOOK

; thousand of leading bank.. with hundred -' year and pick growing things for histable. .'
and babies
His wife are simply -
of millions on deposit suspended -
bubling over with,generous health
CAN SERVE. YOU PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY, cash payment.. The trouble began I and this man Vis every bit as much a '
a* a result of a struggle/ between thojgh ages-of royal blood j
1 prince as alueRe;

Il J'r .,' With mjr facilities, consisting of large warehouse and for great burtness New York financial institution. flowed visited through the many his successful veins colonies I have For V eived',

yards, spacious wharf and railroad trackage aocommoda- The New York pot In October, 1901,t whichhave. sprung up over Florida, ,.

tions .and carrying the largest stock of high grade Building aid: and I have seen there more peace.. Sent on Request. I 1_. 'i.,
and to the inch
pleasure profit
Material in the state. I can and will extend to you the moat Condemn Themselves. than has ever been my good square fortuneto .

prompt service and quick deliveries possible. behold before This the for
'The certain and significant thing 1* Mind you these northern men" and DOOK: : g vex reasons Fall ferti-

t No matter how small the purchase or how large the contract I that It will be known a* a Republican women who are filling up Florida are zing aescnption o' formulas to be used. and' '

I can and will give it the moat careful and moat I and high tariff panic Protest. Republican not a few hundred in number. !but amount f-re ana mode of application
may they will be held re- they can be seen by the thousands and
S prompt attention. ponslble Out of their own mouth 1 scores '.of thousands You may talk Ideal Methods have made the Banner ,

JELK'S BRICK in all their different faces.LEGG'S .. the Republican party and the Dlngley. with them from the windows of jour Groves.WILSON .
tea I will stand condemned They flIed Pullman as you travel along and the I

BRICK a complete tine. I In 1896 tbe standard by which they universal answer is: "I would not go" I
back home for anything in the world.
Impervious Faced Brick, Ornamental Brick Fireplace cannot escape being judged In the Now when the whole North I is settling party platform of that year they re- months of ic.., idleness
down to -
t. Brick: and Paving Brick. Manufacturers of
foxed to the panic of 1893. and the large coal and plumber bills, and I

ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT.. Bibb's Sewer Pipe, .... hard time following, squarely to ',1 the northern farmer is doing nothing IDEAL FERTILIZERS
charge up the entire accountability to but chop wood and mend fences, the
y', Wire at my expense for prices eta ,, the party in control of the national i i Florida farmer is tilling his fields I JACKSONVILLE FLA.

... government and the political Inference 'planting his third crops, which he
., wa stated with me re!leas logic: I will send to market in mid-winter and Local Agent Waters & Carson Grocery Co.

: 'Bvery consideration of public) 1 sell for prices thaV'Would: sfet a norths
? y; W. R. FULLER safety and Individual Interest demand :' ern farmer by ears with envy. You

,. that the government be rescued can buy your* land and pay your
Foot of Pranklia Street. for according to the number f
: Hestdry A Kacht's TermlnaK from the hand. of those who' money it
I of cantract for the
acres you
Dave shown themselves incapable of
f t' 'TAMPA Phone* M7-6M. FLORIDA. It' climate and sunshine the ability to
.j \ I I walk around every day in your shirt f
"Now. what are the Republican goIng sleeve*-these things belong to the

> to do when the Democrats hand land and come to you free from nature R. S. FLOYD
I' C! them back their poisoned chalice T I I Professor Knapp of the departmentof

A great emergency has come agriculture, once said, in speakingat
1t and the high tariff 1* seen to be of no I a banquet in Jacksonville, Fla.,
$3.65 to LAKE CITY avail whatever. It.was to keep us all i from an agricultural standpoint it
U right and prosperous" : may be reckoned in this wise with re- '
"Because the country has Just got spect to the values of her lands: Ten
per cent soil, 80 per cent climate and Grocer
f' over the results of a Republican pants '
AND RETURN 10 per cent man; and the more you
: the president and hi. trtel d. are urging will
put into the question the greater
us to perpetuate the Republican be the result.E. .

Y -FROM- administration. say the Philadelphia Roy Millicent in Cosmopolitan. i ,
Record. .. \
a our prices on

\ : ) :KISSIbL: :: [ :&*: EE "A soon as business was CD___
: five years ago the steel corporation. What is a kiss? Why surely you can HAY GRAIN FEED

\ ,: >. ., which was encouraged by Mr. Kooss- guess | ,
vent to swallow the Tennessee concern A journalist, too Well just a free

{ ". ." I -VIA- then It. most formidable potential press! which we make specialty ;
all rules.
According to recognized
i1 "I competitor drew Ita fires and Two pairs ofips! and a couple of
.' threw about halt Its workmen .out. of

: : employment Other Industrie did You fools a !kiss must be noun-
; LINE say
much the same thing.. There I've really no compunction -, '_. ___ J
wa*- an extensive.. stoppage of mills In telling you your parts of speech

: Iri .,. ____ ___n_ In Philadelphia. Are mixed-'tis a conjunctionLa .. U*. ....... .CO-CM 000. OAaL. ,???. 'MS0U.T00aAN ..
Touche Hancock
"Tbe Republican candidate for congress HONORABLE
sI ACCOUNT REUNION FLORIDA DIVISION U. C. V. In the Kensington-Richmond G. G.
district 1s using the '_p houses of MoCLINTOCK

IMS' as a means of scaring the wage Few Business Failures Wholesale Produce Commission
1 Each of the four or five larger cities Merchant
Ticket on sale Oct. 21t and 2iind, with final limit Oct. 28th earners from voting the Democratic of Florida are growing faster than SIB Mortli Pro at Street ...1111.4.1..111.IIPRCIALTIRII *. P.. 5 5
ticket Those soup houses a1.t fl under -
other cities In the South. There
s the aloKlnley tariff. But there any ALL CITRUS FRUIT SOUTHERN
failures in Florida
are fewer business PINEAPPLES
? D For tickets information etc., call on nearest Atlantic < hare been mon't __ After. than in 'any other section of the coun- JIll cAR LOTS 011 Lees r.

f t Coast Line Ticket Agent orT 107 then were soap houses .. tie try. The banks and the commercial When you start shipping Citrus; fruit mall
m. bill of
1Goenten-Ateamoad alstrtot. sad lading and
everybody houses of Florida are making. much I will advance you money on IL Write for .
C.'B. BBAZLEV j. G. KIRKLAND, who was eharitaMy dispose money as any in the United States. noDe. References: -Comm.rclal shipping atenclllf: you have .

t' .. . :Traveling Passenger Agent Div. Passenger Agent was bagged for eontrtkvUoM to fee* Salaries and wages for skilled people Yoon Agencies respectfully and, the trade an general. ;

i' .I \ .."'$; Tampa Fla. OM people who wane net ef sIUIameet' are as good 1 in Florida towns as any- ClolS-peI G. O. -'
where in the Union.
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," the Mind .Fails there With 'has our been more a steady intense increase cviilization, and. : . ..' . . . .. . ,Mil. . I 11JMI11 11 11111 M I'l' 111 II. M .I M I. M, M I .I M MIMIIII

today. it is estimated that the proportion 1 OJ ,'
and Darkness. Comes is one insane, among every. throe '

. . hundred. We are confronted with, a .
. possible tragedy,too terrible icon- : "H A OEPOSITOR'S---
template. Insanity ,
'By Ralph N. Greene M. D., Chief Phrsiciaa"-Florida. retreats from no environment And t ; .. I -- ..., .. -
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Hospital for the Insane, Chattahoocbee.lai may be seriously regarded as a source r' rl
economic disaster, and threatenedruin. '
., The bible'warns us of a cer- : : 'REO..U1REMEIVT ,
one that is near to you ever as burning at the stake. The Insane tain danger of sin, and makes. the $
become mentally afflicted and by'reason were thought be possessed of the omious promise that such: violations o( . I
of such unfortunate disease been devils 'and wefe-regarded as accursedand the law of God and the ethics Of man ,, .. -
1\:: .'*" Committed to a hospital for the In. unclean. Lunatics were manacled shall be repaid by the visitation of -. - 'I' 1'wi ''' .
Bane. You. are probably content, 'and and bound and cast into dungeons, that sin, upon the childhood of pos- : "A* individual. 'desiring tne services of a banking institution .. .
feel hapily'satisfied alone applies) l i
over-having provided there abandoned-forsaken-and terity.This inJuction some .. ., ... ,
a home for your loved ones. You midst a sordid gloom of despair'a for mof insanity. We are drifting : generally exacts, at least three requirements: 23dtJClni'9
have an income, a savings account and fatal atmosphere of'filth, vermin and upon a reef of mental retrogression ., '
the comforting'assurance of the'pro- disease would soon? terminate their which is a menace, sinister .and .
vision of life insurance for your family sufferings. As we review the pages I foreboding.The : First---SECURITY AND PROTECTION FOR DEPOSITS ". ?\l lHi
You are law abiding, yet as sud of history, many beacon lights of hu- Florida Hospital for Indigent I :
denly as a bolt of lightning from a man achievements, blaze with glorious Insane is governmed by the board of Second .-RETURNS ON FUNDS DEPOSITED ,
clear sky, you may find yourself in splendor, but in the somber shadow commissioners, of state institutions! : '
the relentless grasp of the law, and, lurks the reminder' of man's inhu- which board .consists at present -of Third--- THE SCOPE OF GENERAL BANKING FACILITIES ,
after a lunacy inquisition might be manity towards his fellow being. the Governor, lion. Albert W. Gil- -.- '
sent to the State hospital for the insane Those poor wretches who died so mis- christ, the Secretary of State, lion. ,
Here, although still living, you erably, did not die in vain, for, in the I%. Clay Crawford, the State's-Comp ,
would no longer be a bread winner, world's gallery of. fame, not remotely troller. Hon. W. W. Knott, the At- : .
but on the contrary would be a possible placed in some obscure niche, but torney-General, Hon. Parke M. Tram : '. s.
source of expense to'.voi; 'amily prominently displayed, are the histories mel, the State's.Treasurer, Hon. J. C. -
l> ) and certainly an additional financial of these people. Their terrible Luning, the Commissioner of Agricul- After the stability of the Bank has been ascertained and a conservativeand .
burden to your State. Granted significance, has created a.sense of remorse -, ture, lion. W. A. McRea, and the ; .
that such a condition might arise, do ov erour own tardy recognitionof Superintendent of Public Instruction, : wise financial policy assured the depositor, he gives hit attention to the ,
you have any idea what wpuld be in the true conception of mental dis- Hon.' W. M. Holloway. These gentle '
store for you, in the way of care and ase. Less than one hundred years ago, men have awakened to the'realization : investment possibifities; if a savings account'Li intended, the new customer. .
treatment, at a public hospital TAre in the great city of London, a man of the needs of the day. By their direction
you aware of the fact that in Florida, was kept in solitary confinement for 1 I and under the able management wants as liberal a rate of interest as b compatible with :a sound banking sysJem '' '
there are over eleven hundred insane twelve years. lie slept on a bed of 'j of the superintendent of the '
under state care? Do you know that filthy straw, a metal collar was riveted i! hospital, Hon. B. F. Whiter, many ; then he investigate the facilities of the bank In general._ Naturally ...d'l lI l- rueceuarily
owing to our more complex modes of around his neck? his limbs were fastened epoch making innovations and improvements I- s'
life insanity is increasing as unceasingly by iron bands and as a further have been adopted and the_ .experienced banker, whose constant business b to investigate, '
as time 7Repulnivenens safeguard he was chained to the-wall. put into operation.
Felt Problems of Human Interest. should be possessed of a technical knowledge bearing on all financial topics. '
Chine 'Way of Keeping Fruits.It { 1
The average layman who visits a Today the whole civilized world Is : is a e common practice of fruit The bank should have at the disposal of its customers such data and 'Information ,
hospital for the insane, approaches centering it's thought on problems I -' I-
merchants in China to perishable
such a place with a certain sense of I I' of human interest. The public has I I fruits in fresh condition keep by the use of j, as is required by the investor. .. ,
awakened to the realization that an I .
timidity and repulsiveness. His distorted 1 ,
large and very thick earthen jars. A |, .
insane is longer to be considered ,
conception portrays, an man no
operaof quantity of broken ice is put in' the j
ob'ect of repulsion, but
horrors. He pictures to himself a an nn
bottom of each jar and this is >
gloomy and ponderous fortress with I. that he is a sick man, entitled to all I I placed a woven wicker upon basket in w
of the kind and sympathetic care thata I
prison atmosphere. To his
oversensitive -
'which the fruit is kept. The jar i.I i."
imagination comes the signifi- generous, enlightened and charitably -I I cloned with a wooden cover which of- I
can sound of the jingling of massive disposed publican can bestow andto has of felt around it to I requirements.
ten a strip j Our claim to confidence rests the fulfillment of the above
keys, the shifting of bolts and bars all of the aid and the clanging of iron doors. In himind's summon. The insane populationof I possible. Dr. Meyer says it is wonderful i Citizen Bank of Kitfimmee if mate, found, conservative and yet liberal. ,
the State has which cause, .
eye he sees padded cells, cuffs, a cause how well this simple contrivance -< Your confidence and patronage it invited regardless of the amount of fund '
straight-jackets and other restraining I when properly understood, appeals to I your ;,
its rt
devices. Tales of the brutal attend- I ethics of conscience and to humanitarian Wine serves Press. j .-.- . .--- '
ant and the bludgeon have taken firm interest. I
Sociologists have shown, that in the -- I
root and as a climax to his entree, he '
expects to hear heart rending wailsof development of a State, one's citizenship ITIZENS BANK '
human despair, a bedlam of shriek- has a certain, definite financial SKI-'liS 1 NEW CROP. GenuineTeneriffe I '
ings and cursings, while before him worth. The life'of the chronic insane Grown Red & .
comes the vision of a raging, murder- is about twelve years, and the expense White Bermuda Onion See,i. Oz. 25c, "
_-._ .f\\\A..nmrxiar, with hrntj*..likf. fanpH.. llis-.. rthe most frugal economy, | Il>. I IJr>;, lb. "#'3 00, postpaid. Florida "10 OF KISSIMMEE
heveled hair and glittering demon about, Tw6 lhenBttnddolars.This: ; together and Georgia grown !Kyi', Rust ___ __ :
shackles with the loss of one's citizen- Proof. Burt and Winter Grazing __
: straining against and I -
; eyes chains in an effort at selfdestruction ship, proves beyond any reasonable Oats. KILCOBE SEED CO., Plant City, Fli. --- - -
doubt the urgent necessity from a I- -
! - business, view point alone, for the 44.-2\ ,
,! In the early history of the human State to exert every effort for early -. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President W. A. SMITH Cashier
attitude towards the insane, man has men ily' restoration in each individual .
i besmirched himself with acts of cruel- Director: y
case. Many forms'pf; insanity are
Get the HabitOF
;j ty make and the medieval savage barbarism blush with, that shame.would curable appropriate in the early treatment stages is, instituted but unless - SMOKING A : ARTHUR E. DONEGAN President H. M. Pfann, 1st Vice PresidentC. : i

\ The heathen viewed the insane with in the incipiency, the condition REAL CIGAR : W. DANN, 2nd Vice President *
t extreme compassion. It was believed chronic and hopeless.
that "The Ghost Spirit" had removed soon There becomes are but few families that have "OSCEOLA" A. W. WINN L. H. COHOON F. W. HILL C. D. CARROLL ..- '
the sound of the dement as a mark of not at some time or other had a caseo .
i special favor. Thus the insane were in of. I Vans Agnew & Crawford, Attorneys ta
finsanity occur one or more
accorded extreme reverential treat- its members. Sold at all stores who want
ment. The early Christian, swayed by
(\ 2 ideas of witchcraft and other fanatical Steady Increase in Insanity. the best for their customers j
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t p- ''The",.JCafesimmee' Valley; '-Gazette: i DISBEGABD o-ofG GREEN -FRUIT LAWS I To the Wholesale' Trade : ,

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I .. Tampa MoffJ:: Oct. 16, 1 t

t' e .' :' ", .I.I ... Infr3lfaHCn. : 1'f.RTrt1bAT KI1raMMLY&L.. ., rPPLl.BX.* ..COIJOo"TI''VAIOJEY. OAZKTTE. IILI"Xa.I. .: FOLLOWED BY ALARMING CONDITION I Cenditioni-iii Florida-ire_ niKn'atiaillfcl j >' a'' ,iw' development .

-- *:::: : : . 1 and .ftJnceruclt Copitnl<< ; ( rain 4:
; .pv. _.' .. "..'= ; maturity of, the citrus .crf'.1J: u ; :
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s .y ._ ., 7i ,w wpr-Ikr.'a..ataa. .f '
i 1 .._. '- --...,-- t - r.; -- ,. - -- very warm weal hnr.continue, ci/nduclvc' growth/ and ;not,.to
An +sir nwmtu Ieate /.wa-erye fre .j.r a..t1ton....4 <-.,.r_s i"4* ass moat l>* I I tMT ar.'kKbaK4 eaUU.l Ptti.eUcanT i
Mswed 'of the fruit. of fniitcru f trrllie ontrarjrnpt-_ ,,. .
W brim writ.,?, BOTTOM OF PRICES' ON GRAPEFRUIT an Report gtoiri
s 1 I w Ilse |r H so tar )tacei.I..n '
by 4" t Rellietmd saattsrdrm not tr. retmrt.d. inl..s plied for DROP OUT IN NORTHERN eea tM market flan keea tna tadse.1 aDdiDg,:the orange crop of Florida lit later .in Jevclojmi *M is

... .. fe :' '. ..- .....t ......-.. a* ta* FlonAa C3tra than last. but they ire '
'8 t .. ta. Po t g.ic. ,In KlulnroFl'.rvla.. a. *er i>d-eIaJM mail. matterFRItAT Parson Browns. are lci eloping( .cigar
.. MARKETS AS RESULT Escfeaac* coulsteairj rwttiad f
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showing 1
vdiicli are
not coloring. There
mt. Hoonc'Early
or-mDtEf. 2. aresome
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_. aaytatac l. ta* a eeaUacerwrtmiiesj
- :- '-';:" -:= = Or GREEN GLUT .r ia* 8ft.... .< ta* I more: color than Parson Browns These, are' al""o developing sugar. ,

,, THE AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON. State. There themselves to get ,
: I'I is no effort On the part of the prower: ,,

L i+ /.1', Hew Ve *i Price Or**) i this fruit out of the state until 4t 'it. matured ,and! ready for market. .:
,10.JLtt'decisiOo' of the Court that the initiative and referendum THE TRIBUNE[ INVISIIGATES
1, ; Supreme dew Tat Oct U-.I Special)-TV* I "There arc-determined to circumvent -
are mall howe\ who :
eR-railiauit should not be voted on at the next election was not unexpected. rra.*frsil: market kere a** be** mt- .| operator. ,

,, .It.i is aot di6 cult to fall on the winning side and assume a sapient atb- ten ; aaot<< to pMcea try ta* aaM Aa( !I the law if possible and who are 'lu"'III| | .//iaiije: { a" .Parkin

i r. it seemed *o clear that the passage of the resolution providing that FORTY CENTS A BOX QUOTED IN and eaa-acter ot Florida stag reciv. | Browns that are not related in the r.'ni< ,tc-t. t
>' the proposed amendment should be submitted to the people was not ,qula,1y'PNrar ONE,, CITY I ed siac the Ira ai tae DMtata. 0.Oetoe..r j I| .:\ number of thee operators stave aitcupted| l I"', ul.i, orangeB, and
the final de- t. wU colored fruit 'was
d of all the right and privilege of loch retolut>ont that sold
.. for M I in a few instances have succeeded during. tins we k In practically
esioa of the Supreme Court OD the tubjecl. after a rather tedious delay aa* 4. X..raa;: for U.u per !
that the Court decided. .1 boa On October S, two sale were every case they have been deteitrdamplis\ hate been taken and, .
i .... just a* il should. be. The Gazette II pleated to Immature Fruit Being Rejected; ByCarscadConwmen .1I '

4 t but ..'w.. stated in then column t before, we are quite willing for the qu.etf" Refuse It !I i iI made: of fry: fair Kali quality Marsh: and color a PvadVrtoa.frot in large;. i i,; tested and proven t'e\ IJCI\\: tin -tdiid.nd'; guns still be filed

boa to be submitted to the people whenever It can be done !in a perfectly Glut Folio. I I sUes.: at arouad IT ty per box.Wfthla against these shipper b% the Pure }Fr",1\ I >''\>,ititm-nt' "f( the State: and ,

,hK regular and un P. There are other amendment to be voted on. and it i* welJ to try and keep sales, the market began to be loaded g
vfi \ .... sentiment is general the I.r"\.f! the .tails. h i-> they are 1 beginning -
them clearly in mind to that no mutate willbe made In the hurry and 'confusion tIrora Tampa : Yr 0\"> OJ! fri with immature trait: The trade was am"n .

'. t. ', with which voting a frequently done. One of the ,remaining amendments 411)X to btr .a fotuid to be d.spoeed. to' stay away to realize that .only' g.r "i frnii .11)) l... ",!,01! and' tin trade heldon

4; ', j . to be patted it. that which' provides. (for the etiabbthment of another Fur 'ne 10 .,.,...... ot"C thee from anything but the best grade; of Florida or..nge'f

r Circuit Court Duval A committee of the bar of that county u .". '1 I .n ',,,: .r.n: tr.anets ul' the fruJt By October 7 pncvs had dropped I
in coun'y Owing the ""io\vnc.- ul I" .1111,4 "j i 1 tin )Ir..1.I tier\ associations!! y)
1 }, sending out a letter aiking that the voter bear then needs in nund The -... ,; saspm-L' t ',!1 grape until the highest' figure rece.ved: '
;: have refrained Par-- I'.r: this., Kirk but will prob- ,
i were Si Ou Pet box and some sate ; .runt moving ti M.II- ;
.- ;"1 situation i* merely that !the litigation, m Duval county it crowded and the : b: sn.4.e1 +. t.'J 1.aseuard! :ae I
r were made a.* low as f 1 Oil> abn IIII.Mundir' the Par"un
mote a next Mick I\cn.. that tti' -
condition that : : : "
I.{, circuit court docket it. it appear, in a constantly congested to & .. F.urta g.-e.. tr.t taw. TIlei.t With'D the past few days :-he market -
t a the judge never sees daylight and there it a coittquent delay in the .- ieL': u". tI..rcqrh. ; Ita. .CIt ha gone even lower On Pr day Brn\\n brand bill be: guaranteed: tnir t t' !i,n ,'uUrMii\ They

. ;; payment of costs. the tettlement of litigation, and all o< the other ills that can 1 I'.' .r cL.Lnrls' tv m.ny Cf anise Ut a car was sold at II 2::; per tot will be up t. the standard! and t>ttt..<- tt''.in Set .u nine--' a" mach sugar

f \ ' easily arise from such a condition Duva''! r.ounty u Billing 'o pay for the ", .ro- # ;'.' r,. <1'..' .;L ha 'C :ht.ond7 Most of the recent sales have beenat a* citric acid Thc mil! riTTt; l bc n.;: ..iK n.iM.ii'l, l. !but! will 'be !palatable,
establishment and of such another branch of i IIJ judicial outpt frora 1: Oo IS
I, maintenance ,...., oL .DI HslwneHr to per box and and! shev' still||] pr. >babh 'be ;green: II '! .t-Jd l l.. 'Th'.' <. uho order
i' Lot under the Constitution it it riecettary for !th,- people of the entire State the &m grades of fruit now offered ?
N i approve before Duval county can get another Circuit .Court judge:I< '1>-.., .'.....a'r.; .. r-..... -.::1 )east fall 'o command more than 14 OO pi mil"-j understand distinctly. that ill) "I-. v+ :I11 bt tin" t ,i--e and that no al- .

i 11 Lei the people l keep: this neighborly thought .in mind and vote accordingly i 1., n. ... ls box: I luwan.:.1. will be made on arrival "j! I i'': <. '':* n "' '" mi I "j i < "Inr.Ve:

,;; I ..I 0 ::. .1f"1 f aLr. I\r".l.. danger; 'O Philadelphia's' Low Market I preitrr not moving. thi,> fruit until! 't 1'd.! , !. .i. I n will 1 then be much

{, .pI; ", NOMINEE L'ENGLE SHOULD HAVE NO TROUBLE. 'n- .If, -Cu naien PhiUdelpb Pa, Oct 17-(Spec:al> I, better matured and will In"ureellllll'.1111..11"i. ii'Hi I tu, (,ni-.jnniTS and
.... -ftjut hundred" and ninety boxea j
;: .L\ '11' ..4u'et.i wtnn ,: I
F. >nda !grapefruit: ih,pped by steamer i, encourage trade to the dealer;
a: ppre :fn.r. 'D" r '.-D d! .t" a:d.n
It b wondered that 01! Claude L"Lngle (
tome eras rase
not to < ,
it .n pla.n 'wrap, sold at auction hereat In communities.. loi .iti-d! the bulk
where the a-ssn'iii''' arc : gnat:
t \. within the Democratic ranks should be making tome effort to bnng about hIS to P:.. la"'I"V..'II.Tr. from 4i< to II l boxOne -
be that the effort of these . 'Eirgrama of the fruit is in the :ryanization In -. .1111' i nmmiiiuHes our holdings -
I ., defeat Al the tarn, time. it it not to <<: thought t tew - anaw b. oottom hundred! and nloet boxes from

t disgruntled person thouid: have any considerable weight! with reasonable Gar !"..-r, ', ,' "..r.r/ ', d' 'r..t .a Freeman of :Notate. were sold at ;are large but there are gr': >\Mrnot alhliaftdith, these: associatium !! -

r "., people: It u relating a trite laying
"v tr won hit nomination. fairly! m a warm fight and ,u no>w er>lltl4d0\ the<<: reward .:.... -.n '0.. ,. :La .,,,.ra are ara wng! V sb.pment mad tit H gg'abotbamof ., al} .)ut f frt \ ar-'I grapfinnt Inn I irnit has binielected
of hu good fight V>me man over in Pentacola Hat f.been going after Mr wa d Lt ...D"D . L r. :t.) Lup with \j..r and ... \\1' li, had\ in complaint on
'o SII: prox great arc: a> to c:" .-1/ i\ c
LTLngle recently in a rather severe fathion: charging Kim with i defeating MrBlouot .
- for United States Senator when Scoal[ S at t Bryan was nominated .p r. nF r .;:. c- Tar e'ts Car *h,Pped to Sam.TOWD. a'ri\'a'.i' . an> if thc \ ;H'I., !t". <| ..ilit\,, 'tttt) tin ,111rlry.< they

< 4LU.L..... ._ r.. .". aeriet i iDd of >l"h lade'pli: wax old at .
'- .LI'v\
This writer says that Mr! LL/igle u responsible for Senator Bryan eTetiron --- ._ -.J hate_been _vervAt.tactur:: : \ In in 'inmmiit\ tlnrt are about
.rotai1toSt.nztrb h
.. ... :
ti, < La, [ : -
'r.- .rua" :
because of a certain letter that wat pnnted in Mr LUngle paper purporting as a Hood of immatjre Our and I 85.Oti) boxe of iru--Int; the \>.-i,:;.1 lin; 111TT-'fT: iTTr--c 7fTZsfiit---V
'orn", .*-tt i. 't..-r.- uaa u.-n .. glut, or'
be letter of withdrawal from Mr BU/unt Tho who track of
fl\1.; to a >e keep poorly colored fruit rh.- mark..tbuync'ls l mitsidt "f f the
e on grapefruit There I is but ne gruvi): "I I .m\ ntaciiiI i : i <
political 1 affair in the State will remember the letter lie letter which was wet m.t ob tri. " : l.ght: and price ore likely'o

'' I i used lo Mr. Blount detriment when he made hit second race for '.: t Sena'e price MJ 1 loo :bat t .t coal: v l@ hard to go ev.-n .lower ;( offering con 'I Association The grapefruit "n that gr"\i' u ,i- -u Id t t" one' "f these

was written when he retired from hit. lint race lit reproduction in the tec- brio; 'f:.n> .r>af k *iraiii .1 nut aitogttber tinue h<-k\ -.
and campaign undoubtedly "hurt him.1r.. L"Engl 'i Pentacola en tic seems ..o ,'f tbi practice to Loe coo Cincinnati' Price Shaded I gra.s green: and it was put on the market In the "saute community,

It{ Ise 't to think that M,. LTLngle\ should be gwen all the credit or bear all the blame 'nd, In one c.t) grt. gapefruubat I <'.inrmnat. Oct 17 I iSpecial/- I in'order to ship two cars of grapefruit our> \ssociation went, over
for the of thIS ktter. Thus unfair that the omparatively( little
reproduction plainly Gazette Immature
it to grapefruit
y f rn 3' i/"- -n cold: at from forty cent to 5O.OCW( t boxes This will explain \\ h\ at' anin"n lispnvid( t to meet
would enter it* protest in Mr. L Engle behalf. The letter was interted at an I ha ben offered in tb. market I
: fl awn shipper apparently realizing that the prices named indiscriminate! by !small! opirat'ns This. incident. is
advertisement. Whatever part Mr. LTjigle may have had in reproducing the _
a ) r letter it was done in the advertising column of his paper and paid for aadvertutng < At the end of the last season public here has been too well educa i typical of man) communities in the state

t f''y' matter, and thIS should be enough to tay on the subject to clear Flor.da grapefruit occupied' a position !! ted to take green goods ''

i him of the PentacoU cntic't charge / In the market of greater More grapefruit': hasbeen shipped Florida Citrus Exchange
here than the market will\ stand however '
strength than at any previous time '
-- .- -- -- ( and in consequence price have
11 SENATOR STRINGER'S PROPOSITION. / The last of the fruit to go out of the I been demoralized Last week several i! r1.vm-nt

:zl State In the spring of 1912 was sold h, can were withdrawn at the auctions 1, ---

Senator Fred Stringer, of Hernando county has come forward with a at fancy prices In every ease. where on account of the low prices offered I

proposition, or plan which will get him a good deal of advertising and attract the quality.. good The concluding which Delslgnore condition put and through quality one were car fair la I

' ;1 BO little attention. to the Stale of Florida as its circulation is broadened and sales of the Florida Citrus Exchangewere to good, but color considerably off,

diacvseed. made at from SC.CO tb $1.OG a selling only three boxes of It at 13.30

Senator Stringer plan is to bond the Stale for fifty million dollar to box, f. o.b. packing house, and It* average Early this week Chase let a car of

build good roads. Representative Angle had a bill before the last cession : for the season ll-ltl2.. was Fort Ogden fruit go at $2.7 per box. :

of- the Legislature to bond the State for ten million .,So Senator Stringer 13.SS per box f. o. b. Yesterday a ear from Peter of Lee- -

has gone his former colleague from Bartow better by a good deal. When the present season opened burg containing alleged Parson -
It is hardly to treat Senator Stringer's plan with Brown and grapefruit was Bought In
necessary any great : on October 1. there was every opportunity -
amount of seriousness; not because his plan does not merit senout discussion to maintain the prest. .ge gained | by the owner: the oranges at |1 93

but because the people of Florida are not at this time rut ready for an enter east! ) ear. aDd to s...ure correspond. > and tbe grapefruit at 12.75 I

+ prise of such popotJon.'en if the measure passed the Legn'ature' inert ,is log) good; f prices for the I'SU: crop. Car Rejected in Chicago. 'i Four times aS much in first cost
Early tales were made at from IT to' Chicago Oct 17-I Special )-The I I ,
I ' DOt much likelihood that il would be endorsed by the people II u to be re- and five times
much in
$10 1 a box fob Immediately after quality and maturity of tbe grapefruit as after I
that for the of II
petted some plan building a general system highways caniot I
the flat of October. shippers. began offerel on tills market have ben
1' command the attention necessary to put it into practice E.eiy .ountv. In I 110- costyou are asked to pay for
to rush fru.t Into the market. howev.r t fairly good but receipts are entiretytoo
d ida has wasted money by the thousand because of a lack of the knowledge of
moot of it lO) green and Imma heavy and prices have been cars no more comfortable sure or
scientific road and because of other which
construction reasons a general system turn as to be unfit for c
under a State highway commission and competent engineers( would and prlc.s" at OIK a went on the toboggan Chase had a car of fruit rejected speedy tran the Vanadium-built

obviate. We ,hope Senator Stringer will keep agitating until he does accomplish going i steadily downward day by here today thai bad been sold. at 13 2i I

;)', something; surely agitation( can result in no harm. day delivered Another car shipped byname Ford. A rather expensive tributeto
-4- Green Fruit Refused grower was sold at 11 00. deliv : false pride. isn't it ?
J- J ered. for bright and |2.SO, delivered.
-t. 'MR. M'COY'S LETTER. Tb. Trlbu. investigation .ho.1| I
-- I that In the territory covered by the for njs.eta I Runabout $525 '
campaign of Canada Prices Away Off ;
'j : ': In the last issue of this journal we printed a letter from Wilbur .McCoy eduratlpnal advertising Gar I
Touring 600
( -
the Florida Citrus Exchange last year, Toronto Ont, Oct. IT (Spciali-
land and industrial of the Atlantic Coast Line which. he took issue
f. in In
who All the that Is
f the class of consumers are po- grapefruit arriving
'. with the editor contained Town. Car 800
on certain statements in an editorial appearing in
oltlon to pay good prices for juallly here so far has been very much off
a an issue of several weeks ago. fruit absolutely will DOt take tbe kind In condition, seldom showing more
t These f f.
new prices o. b, Detroit with
I Mr. McCoy' attitude is reasonable. He doesn't think that Osceola of stuff that baa been shipped out of than two-thirds color.

... county would have gained much by having an exhibit at the Chicago Land the State within tbe past t.ou.. Chase shipments have sold for a* '- all equipment. An early order will mean

'I i'. Show. Mr. McCoy certainly knows a great deal more concerning the practical As a natural ,result the dealer who low as ':.SO per boLA an early delivery. Get particulars fromS.

benefit to follow such exhibitions than do we and we cheerfully admit it. cater to this class of trade have refused Tribune representative yesterday II W. Downing, agent. Kissimmee Fla.

The point at issue, in the editorial mind was the refusal of the railroad. lo to buy tbe Inferior fruit offered Interviewed a gentleman who came
t f them. In order to dispose of It all from New York a few day ago He
join in i the proposed enterprise without so much as granting the ordinary .
prices have had to be cut by the shippers report that th.e better class of restaurants
f. courtesy of a reply to that request. We "have been informed that unaccountable
'. and In this way some dealer.who and hotels In the north have
\ I"1'" delay in the expected reply was the explanation for this seeming failure supply less Intelligent consumers not a* yet placed Florida grapefruiton

I I lo respond in the conventional manner. have been Induced to stock up. Even their bill of fare. When a patron
,. ', --- -.9- at the cut prices. however, many shippers ask for the fruit. In most cases, be - .

) A GOOD ADVERTISING INVESTMENT. are finding difficulty In disposing Is Informed that nothing of sufficiently -
of the fruit good quality can be had In the mar
:, In order to the latest and most
,: .
; Flonda is on the eve of a prosperous winter season. The towns arealready the ket.With
accurate Information In regard to the cheaper class of eating
I y:' ', filling with people from other States with the likelihood apparent that status of the market tbe Tribune au place, however there I la less discrimination. -

)" a njrger..percentage than ever before have come to make their homes, orcomyMajhe thorized its representatives In the. Tile bills of fare la most of ABSTRACTS

necessary preliminaries for becoming permanently settled. several Important cities to make s the restaurants and hotels of the second

",,. I'a week passes that the Gazette does not receive some direct careful Investigation of the situation and third classes carry grapefruit I

; evidence that the subscriptions to this paper paid for by the OsceoU County The special dispatches published below but the quality of the stuff served I la I

4-' Commissioner for advertising purposes .has been a paying investment. Those show the degree to which tbe beneath contempt, OF TITLEto
-- markets have been demoralized by The Atlantic Coast Line Railwayhas :
who have been induced to this
: come |10 county through receiving ihe Gazette
, the shipment Into them of fruit of been serving fruit altogether too
report a* a rule at the publication office on arrival. There can be no doubt
poor quality It I. noticeable that green to be Bt for food on its dln'ng'!
of the good that ha been accomplished. We have written and verbal testimony -
5 'I of Informant stated
even where grapefruit com para- can. The Tribune
; abundantly on that point. Since there were tome arrivals from the I lively good grade has been offered that at breakfast on one of the diner
West last week who followed Lands in Osceola
the the price conditions txUt'ng' have of this road the other morning sever County ,

corny prevented the shippers from getting al persons refused the fruit that was

t I 'J.. . j. anything; like the prices to which served. Furnished by :

+ r Advertisement

j' ... ". R. G. JOHNSTON .

r 'h A .-..;, '>.,: The dedication of the monument ; the Olustee battlefield near Lake Delicacies For Sunday Dinner. I 0 000404400400440000 4 I

City Wednesday wa an impressive event and one that marks the close of along The ladies of the Episcopal church 4 WANTED: 0 CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT .

J and commendable effort on the.part of the Daughter of the Confederacy will hare a sale of home cooking; at 0 q wO -
to properly mark, this historic spot Dann A Dann's grocery store each A list of your-town or cotm- 0
The monumenti an imposing piece of and fittingly Saturday afternoon, the first sale being try property that yon wish 0 Prices of Abstracts are Governed by Statutes of
masonry represents held tomorrow the 19th at 2p. 0 aold. 4O
+ 1 f'r: t' tb* character of the struggle. mad by the Confederate force about the scene m. The article offered for,sale will No commission unless sale. P the State of Florida

i .. .' : 'I of tU 1ett D..'-it U at once: a monument to their bravery and determination be specially. prepared by the ladle O is made. t t

'\" ;and tands a s'a'testitlonial s,. that cense a* well a* the consummation of a.crediUble''undertakingto and everything will be first class. ,A .
i properly. the historicplaces and iiy committee of Udie will be to attend'M J., &1. WlLLSONIR.. '
preserve- assoe- ., CV .The aale U .for the benefit of .1 I \. --4
y :n f ,.,., 'tsoas.of that memorable. periotL' ,-" t.'ebmrch. :! .......... .. ....... 1. I H

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: :i. n&Kisslmmee \Valley Gazette '.it.T41e. wm assnsi W-lU.tSi'gt6.ghams: at' Fr H., Law., I'T'LN1tCITY' : having an increasing pay roll. Th. r,

t. -1a. ."-11 :: present building ordinance are fautty"antiqu.ted
. .!.LSale .JKiaiimmMi
BJg :
and unfitted for the :
e 'j Fumitiu saCo. .4tf.a Little Mlsamhel, entertained
litie. of our growing city: they state '
}. ) EVERY flitIDAY in.aonor of. .her. ninth birthday last .MIND! JM'IS YARD 'what sort of material an Individual
..J. H.AvSteffrq.f.. Shi..lel.Ck. '

o'7"-.',' w. _'''BY-'''''I_ I visitor. !., to.taa city :Hadaasdq.n. .. Saturday.uJUas Lord' as place Und,ierr.1.1di hall, but not do use not when..tate'what erecting' he a building 5 :& 10 CENT :

:.. : -"'" .$: B. Aultaian-tnnaacte4buain.aa .famerv suggasUonJ[ettUfor that liaibowa'en The present City Council. and :
J In Orlani lo ooujdaiof d4yatlf week Hi Lkwsoo' Honor the Mayor, took the
a party. T. : 'a 44Ot.Master :
_" "JO.'I.O< u. tier
.. SWABEY ;EXPRESSES VIEWS money (mine included), to
;.\Vhlt& -Sewing J4a hin..., AJCissimme :Reeeoe"RofJe'reoa was the on a,mythical case, after maY'1' DEPARTMENT
.Weather,:"ReportSaturday. ;: *Jf"un- u'tune Co. --.-AAtf hoafeat a partarjast Friday afternoon, {te undue expense and annoyance _

given, in honor of. hi* twelfth kirlhjQapt. < lost the so-called: "asbestos
.X..E..A [eClDIII8.of..Knlbern'I'" : '
A which all to our OF.
;! Following are the dally ban.;. nrospcroi, if merf hanta,,",peDt.Tueadtf, ordinance should be at once acct jr. .. J. P. !Sharp of the U. .$.' : SHOULD BE LO- 8Q as to give ample protection to the
J ; iperaluree! Mid precfpltaUonMas' dcedge Florida,.was \a the city a day TED city regarding fire risk, also protec-
Go.--t' -111'. | Ihs. Xho*. .L. .Waririg.e cf : ..C WITHIN TilE
!reported by the anc. o .,_..thi. iBek. greeting his ..many.OUlR. tion to the would-be household in- 'DANN'S
_ 1 1station! ,at Klaiimmr for .the.- .Lakeland, visited felal vfrsandnend*. .0Id..frlencla.J 'I -LIMITS. OF.7GE.CITI(. vestor. That. is what Is required Mr.' ,a ;,:
In.tbl.& cit f Tuisadajr.
. ; ; _k..nding Oct. 24, 1911.J. .. Baas. cof Whittier was hereyesterday -- Editor ample protection to a large
r, W. P. D :oaeaburynf.: Pctursbuiy, to Attend a mmting of XheBoaid and small investor that come withinour .rj

MAX .Ia. 4UUI'' 11 .per din f th week. in t the-qt t.the-) of Ceuqty.Comiaisaianer' .Editor :Valley Gazette. : Sine*,.yon'" gate Security that our ordinancesare

H I 'cis' y . . .. 87 67 :. euut.of.h. Is j buathe.E.tC.: ,OnsenWy. whchhe is .member. in your paper to quote m. regarding sufficient for the necessities of a DEPARTMENT
.the new location of the city' growing city and further\ that, these
. . . 84 70 Miss Mi irtha ,Millet uOf .Bryatd, .Owen Parker arrived here .yester selected..-by .the city dad, ordinance are carried out "impartial- "J

&.day. . . . 86 '70 1'86 Ohio i in'via sting. her .l.&tel')4r.' : F..E. .
Monday < . . 88 69 .Depig.Hi.i; vaait will axtendathrough competed himself with Cole1. Jewelry er'* ='pi' was mixed into a hodgepodge house at once before we ask our' '

. ; : Ifeeeday. 88 68 the holiday I- store.Jn the capacity eM watchmaker therefore uantadable; alloW me neighbor to step in. U we run away STORE ,\. ;
ass taxpayer And I hope a progressive with the idea that we are perfect we .
i''Wednesday 88 69 en"1 5 o.- 6 dl'>ea .of .666 .wlll.bseak..aayeassof than 1 lose .
are more apt prospective
\ .citizen, to view
" ',Thursday 8* 64 : Chi Us A. Revac: =;.andjf..takaa J..;W, King wIlLhold a (ale *f :Texas ..thuswise: express my homeseekers. Some citizens have remarked '3rt. FLOOR ':
then a&t a to trio ,the fever..willnot re cow horses aad.mules at the nllroad.hlppiJg it look like
.l! t : '..' 4.000000' ... I turn. .'Frice' 2i .aant .i ftf this city next Manday being J. am placed most. decidedly anywherw against within a the pound city spite to me work that the city Council personal endeavor -- t Ya'i

I Wayne W. ittd arrived: last week ,JTiiesday aind Wdnesday. Lee his limits except in the..IIuburb Or ad- to place a pound up against my .o, :,; '
_____ advertisement: Jn iJ.bia 1 isatie.jnany house. in these invariably "
H from N-v Yi wk.and guestfor I jacent thereto otherwise it is a men- My answer cases \,"
""Z his C ,Wl ace to public health-a detriment te is "I should be sorry to think
the,want er of JCather. The ftieadn of tiin Conrad
\ i Ward..J1t the Grajrstone, j' Bryan "", ill rejret.t flPi
I eye sore upon the face of our beauti argument I am always open to "con :
'1 $ S. H. 1Iu\101kll.M\ .family..anil _B.Lesley .. ... j those has \term:in the so sick ill this t'OQJII1.week They a* to are alarm.hoping, with its and I j viction." the Maid and the Child.

.. and fi misty were .among Ki.. accompanying filth. Naturally it depends -j Very truly. I
. s tf,. .teimee'svocitty :folks who witnessed j ) restoration in a great measure how one II. EDMOND SWABEY. that were never before placedon
H the big show, .tin Orland Tuesday. I Re w.. of Orland,, wit has been brought up, some who have I 'the counters of a Kissim- j
j 'Merd ,,on Satarday Oct been used to a cow pen within a step MisHidaary From India.
" Rnb-My-Tisrrt will cure yen. 2H61 .Alayor.CHI of JSt. Cloud, wa here 26, / devotion and con- of.Uxier rout or back door wish these Next. Sunday morning Rev. E. E. mee mercantile: house.
Tuesday, coming iur the purpose of the. evening at the environment, even wit.h.a city. What Fife, of India, will speak at the Presbyterian
:Isaac1 HkU of Ptghorn peid TUBS. _seeing hisvlaughtor safely on her way {Will tf mate on '.Sunday is the natural charm to them! The church. Come and hear about
.day here. to visit frK-nds and relatives in Ore- ) set eight.a'cjptk. smell Which like the scent of the the Master's work in that wonderful 00
'. hurch.f ,
goon. rose hangs around Jd still, but with a rwuntry. S. S. SNYDER, Pastor.
; ''F.B: Gilbert attended the Wild Wewt Machine . ,$lllt suit(.r.skirt no -jwu'll far more unpleasant affect to most of

show in Orlando Tuesday. Staimrocx Company? Auto will Garage do anything and in- I bred it ao n. F. B Lawron. u-it us; no, we much prefer: .a rose garden Colonel Will Be Third. READ THESE: PRICES AND SEE

(true to name), to .penfoli To Maryland figures that the Colonel
,' W.iH. Brokaw with Grifftng Brotbr laU machine work .f9r for T. J. Odall f.r Watpro
>e or you +> these WHAT USEFUL ARTICLES A
Ithos iwishing .surroundings we will be third in the race for President,
10tf. and all othermachtutry.
.. .the people. aiUotnobilea boats & Carson Grac.' 'o. returned
: ", trey (ry ( but the
"back to the farm, age which would
seem quite appropriate
15,tfMBH. say
Tuesday ,tr>m a iLea da.)'s' visit to. 5 OR 10 CENT PIECt
T B. Gillespie >of Ocala, was u- is gone by t.* cow pen progressive for a man who is running for a third
ici H.I" Alms
business visitor to tais city Tnetulay K. C. "Whtthorue and daughter points jyi) *>ttie Bell'fieorgiii. who cuompanied sister him on iKlssimtnee, bt'J'auaeour taxpayers term at the head of a third party. WILL BUY's
have been the guest.of! are becoming more enlightened daily ,
Edw A ad. in the Valley Gazette Narcoomx the trip will remain with relatives jit ,,concerning the< city's need, and our
want S. J. Tnplett at his home 'near Thomson, Gu., for .a dew mceks. :Electric lighting has been vastly 1
Las never yet failed I to prodooe re- for Uv past three months, left newspapers mote independent in ex- improved. New lamps hpv been produced . Baby Cap 5c )
Monday for tfheir .hone at Newport 1 he sttbJK-ts of a.v.A M. Chutboln pBessing the views of our people. Ap- and old processes improved. \;
sults.W. Va. at the < .. New Machine Oil ,. .
M. FerrtU' premttent of tbe.t) church Soo/idy/ wi.\.be.\! : Morning, let's father's ghntnt., it will not down j
coola Lumber -> Monday in Cast Moors" Folsom, editor of,the "Info's Best,Ftandartl," evening "Th wiV not tIe laid except through the I
EVERY MAN WHO VOTED 1N THE Ladies Handkerchiefs 3c
Tampa. St. Cloud Tribune wan a .visitorto Jericho. Road" A !most cordial energies the Village Improvement

sidewalk .at this", CJ'- Sat: ."day. The Captain ts extruded the peopU-\ of Kia- Soxicety, (whose hard work .and persistent DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES IS j
C. E. l>uiHm *1141 Orlando man. on Ktated that winter residents were COli"inK ,- simJ11ee to ati< nd both iwrvl<'e.., endeavor .under advwrse cir- Brier Pipes lOc
tended> thl l big i' how in to-JJie Wwnper. City in large nunvl curwjtance is now telling for ourcity' PLEDGED TO VOTE THIS ,

Tueaday .irs, and l be>ffc! ; many days houses t,' S. W. Tboiyiton and ,....ifef, Kearney goody, or through the State Scissors (blunt) lOc :

_ . The: busuittfs.imn. wb'fuils to ....- enter Id'boe/ < _a premium fJeb, reached tlwvcUy: Sunday to Board of Health. __ TICKET AT THE GENERALDemocratic -"':\,\
--- vt'rtu.e what' he\ lias. to hell r.-n. -rltW ...ervI"ulltll,- -/- tar- rnnanpermqji'nty3jroadMrs, -.--our--BjtyNotuu l -' +W-find-l Ihrtlw UECTlmrnnmvE1IBEJl- 3ct ors (familyr) ; tOe
At the mtirnaus Thorri'' were here last winter for a progressive tax payers win strike
purclarern.I :) Halt will preach a mi nonai> ser few njonths, and wear we impressedwith for what is right straight from the --

) I':. W'K>'''I. .,nd dawjrhters attended mon. .and at ntgK upon the subject: ., our many advantages in theshape shoulder, and that they will consider .Claw Hammer(regular ) lOc .
the \\ ild West show\ : at Ork>- "Helps and Ilisidrances in Coming to .,of climate and healthful "those of ua who are not for us are TicketThe ..
da Tuesday Christ.< -The public-! generally, especially ditions. that. they purchawd: a con-I' against us," tegardinjr a clean- ity, Scrub Brushes tOe
jrtirangers, are cordially\! in- ern bungalow j>n Vervna street and a more substantially built one, .
Rtv T. J. Bell .''itten>>t.d' the II- v. tetl 1 to attend ,both services.. which hey. will reside an noon, as anexisting further that ,they haw right in pertain Chair Bottoms 10e R '::1:
of the. "ekW'. BapUat lAssocia- leas At I to name of Woodrow Wilson and .
non will held .Spires.( prrvient canes to appeal a higher authority 1
tion this weekM The Layman snweting atteraoonat they hay room*.wth Mm. .U fi Far- than to civic officers who were Thou. B. Marshall, Democratic candidate Pkture iOe
edaif.h Sunday *
at \ *-> Christian >labbett street elected the"jvill of the people to .
flier on by for >Hresident and VI ..Prl'fll-
Ashton. spent .. < will be ,onfluctd ..
U Tindatl, of 3,, 'f, lock, and "" .
certain term. .
Tuesday in Kwpiniiw-e. attending to < by Bro. f W. Julian bis subject While vtandrng front iof:the brick, serve Our them tax through stood a willing to g*> dent will not ,appear on the regular Candy (pure) per Ib. ,Edge, .. ,.,

business matters.. being, "Tina: A .roost cordial invitation bailding>>'being erected by Meea.... U. to a high payers authority regarding the election ticket, therefore if. you wish ))j

tJahw} k- man, is extwded, U .aJI men and 'keys. Cjtty\ Stamford and B. C. Miller, on closing of Darlington avenue in this them elected you must vote for the Windsor Ties 1O te )0 "
WoodaV. .
G B F. Ptetfai-r, PrMident
...u.d. a
from Shingle C,t ek, was transacting: lo Stewart avenue Monday afternoon Mr: case mot efqur City Councilmen wishto .following Presidential Elector:

business In the. e4ty J aturda7. :Mrs. Molly McVsngh. of WcConlUsvUJ J..1); Wootfbeck manager mt the.Pastjym barter off our city's "birthright fora F.r._1........' Wash Belting, per yard lOc
OhW, has reached the: city, ; > theater. had :the misfortune to mess of pottage, this. subject has JEFFERSON B. BROWN. .
P. A. Vans Agnew !Spent Catvdayat l and will*, more than. pa babe becomea be" MJCk.1 the hood and right arm been fully ably]] and justly discussed J.CHARLES FRED OB K) JONKS.BERRY Ladies' Vests speck) rah* tOe 'R.
the State capihH Unding iwrmsment ,...lent< Mrs.. McVeigh by* couple of brink that fell mom nn the columns of our city newspapersto WILLIAM CH1PLBT JONES '
returning here MondayE. here was brought tbe..eeond.tory, inflicting exceedingly the ultimate advantage of our city. LE1>AN1> J. HKNDERBON. 'J
say her coming painfal though not serious in- H. C. BPARKMAN. Lunch Baskets bOc ,.
.uwl Capt. F. F. about through pending l Abe Valley Ga- That is right Mr. Editor ".et the
G. Tana Agn w. It. fortunate that :jdr.Woodt -
\ Hunter ware among: the Kis. mp. e I lettu, and that she find conditions I 'jury. >eck wen!s'as wearing a stiff. hat at truth" before the people without fearor ...-__.. ..... at Larpl Boys' Undershirts tOe

wboapent. tle-,week at Tampa. even .better thanithis paper portrayed.I otbArwise tbe would prejudice thereby giving the masses .. ..CLAUDE.. L'ENOLJD..
|.eople .the tio1lle. j accident: of the opportunity to 4(; . __.. --. DIe'rId, *

H., C. SUtiford and' ..nily> Juotor- AlVtl'J )"liomit: ,.fV f Ketit@ky' F who :ill bave ,nore then probably l been fatal..Cap judge of civic people matters an for themselves; FRANK u......Cl.....ARK., Spectacles . . lOe"

, Orlando 1'uesltaydterno.n 'W touruwr 'Flerida looking for a permanent J. M. of the ttw let there be no'star chanter sessions PARK TRAMMEL < '
." ;Iitr1h' \" the evening perl rmanee ..l Lest n,,,spent a day-.".with A. S.Nelson. remaining) with who dine wore the gray but let everything be open and above For H.' CLAY Sffrftmty CRAWFORD..f Btmtrt Eye Glasses .4.DUhPan. lOc J;

( iUt -. Froaa;\ he many board. If the People not ..satisfiedwith .._._. a
+ :Buffalo Bill's show : Curing tine attended ere For <<: mrr t A. ....... .
I'. : : complimentary JUuel8'-8' of Mr the reunion' of CConfederpte veteransat poorly paid Councilmen who un. W. A. MeRAE) ., 9 qU ait : :' ". S.
and lilthi: I it, is safe F.. ..... Trmmmw
Robewon +
'*Mra. JZ.. Smith. e .ga.1ing..ur city: ; selfishly sacrifice themselves upon the wt rH
; ; Lake City this week, ao f: I C r eva, left:Monday for ,aenudays' \ lo will tAt one.four. permanent altar of welfare then let them ; i&( *
daughter, Craw- say Efcat-Jw. i /enj.attbe unvejling) of WLustee monu public Kmr Attmrmff Urmrrmli Cemluu.. .:t.. ) Sc *
visit with Mw.'W/T. sei4.iate before the.w inter; ment. Captain Gardner .v.r' let .,"um to a commission form of government -I THOMAS P. WEST. -' .'
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at Cairo iGa. .ever. where a public official is paid Fur s. C..trdl.r.W.
ford. thepportunity pass to meet with the V. KNOTT. Graters : 5cPudding
'lor what he knows, and if he 10 found i . . .,'
in hia I reacted the last heroes of ,those !memorable/days: for. For < MarrrtmtruAemt of fokll
BlwWwell came over T. W. WcKw oily
J. f .. .
unfitted for the office the taxpayers l (ra *tlo i
touring car from Ashton-Tu carried a party to Orlanik to witnew, stake KisjtimnMte his Tome in tutu re. last sine wlU| be called on to answer power I i,
Wild West sho*'. Mr. McKee4iBS conducted a the ell call of thji-) Comma nder-m- I I Personally I am a stand patter,for /
the newspaper Granite Stew Pam"
Chief .f .ali. improvements! and common sense .
Oklahoma for some ,timo!! past, but ua city I County Democratic Ticket
The Hev. David D. KWW will hold has the plant.. that he night civic ordinances. Before and since I '
.niCtlll in the Episcopal: church on trwke(leased his hdWie ,hare with his nt.Mr" The (baby at the PlUtO ime is was In business in this city I advocated RTJti the drawing large crowds end more interest I before the Board of Trade an I A B. DONBQAN.Hepr .
viiext. Morning HrayrC onceter ; appointment -
Sunday ..'\ S. Buell. 'Ue wi4at| ...rntatlv.,
litany and sermon at 10:30.Dr. as a,..f.udent bt our high. ..chool.i is bong taken in the voting contest \ of aa inspector of buildingsand H. CLAY STANFORD p.J.v'Y'
as tbn score on the screen nightly building material, the necessityof Cojtmtr Jmtmn A.A. ;

Molt, pastor of the Hal tiat i Mk'h el Hih{, ,tff St.CXJoud, sp *it indicates. Thirty; as pretty babies asyou'd I which is more apparent daily, also-I T. fi. MURI'HT.lTOorrmtlm :, .;}

,church M8 been absent tie njjot r Wednesday in the ,ojty and made'UGacette < wish to Me are contesting for I rigid inspection of public utilities. I D. GEIGER.. AttorneitH. ''IeO
portion of the week ;in atten4ance"'lp'.n appreciated call. Mr. Hilt the prizes and tt is hard 4o tell which i also advanced the idea of the city pur- '.. : SJ

the WeMva Baptist AssottoUoo- baG. R. veterniL .ands rock-rib' to vote for. Anyway, you won't Jfo chasing :land for a public park before I, L.c..Il.t...... Clerk. i'
in voting jfvr 411 them for land value enhanced this was some
the wrong any ;
will J. U
who support OVBR8TRH3ET
W. B. Harris, wife and lnent son 1Cisauameeites 'Clyde:: entire bed Democrat ticket.! H. states ,that a large they are all Kissinimee born and are: : three and a half years ago; these I Tax C.ll....., ann s
were Vthe best in the. Ian4. The ;players Ia three necessities among seven others C. L. BANDY. r. .
rhattended Cloud veterans
ato.WU; number f the St. are ,
the TMK A.aewrAw.
\ become familiar totie Board of Trade who ,
the' picture.Jave I urged our
TUeaC of peneasioq. and tflhat the upon L BARBER
the t
wild West aUow, in Orlando LY.t same \ Kissimme picture theater with to the .. ........ .
will net hacre a waJk-over goers referred them my letter *mt f 10"0 lnm........, .
RepnUlcaoc sad each night some favorite actor' or who Uie letter for W. J. SKARa
The way tat a business man to clear! : by any Atari, in that ;jwecinct in il/ier City Council tabled doubt T........, Department
4ress ( an Edison, consideration and
hisihelve. of foods i. t. let the buying appears farther no a U LUPFER.
{ knowthrough the column) visitor fun ithe WildWest Vitegraph, Path. or other. .f thepopular Clerk Gilbert has it filed away among I Sore7.ri
public Retuning licensed make .f dims, while the archive of the Cit)'.Council. Ibeli..e R. H. LUDLAM. :'
ha to Mll\
of the local paj er what tee they show,itl*|& received Orlando fWD Tuesd.y.tatelihat value for the aim. each Monday Bight of weekly in the necessity of commonsense I District COUNTY No. 1 COMMIBSIOIVBRSl-K. U LESLEY. Store 7' ::1:

W. E.: Bullock of New York reaahed W. 3. Sears turret events has maay admirer who city ordinances carried out "im- D'.tlicNo.. RAYMOND LANIKR. .
and ttheir mosey except Sopt 'would .rather miss a than l..*e partially." We have good plumbing District No. I.-A. F. BAB&
the clock fir ten ceett'that .. .
purchased a
artysitioi air open Who District No. --O. R. BA8&
tNpted telegtaph: carried guaranteed .. run and Monday night's show. ordinances, which bad they been carried District No. I.-FRANK WALK. R.
local ticket of Ace of the out and laid down would have I COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
.. ator.t she keep some old (kind of time for two>> business District No. 1W. C. BASS. 1 1He
in honest ,
'" To Limit Hat Pia. protected me an -
L. refused to tide
1iA- C. $<# -8, but Mid dock Dtitret No. 1.-OEOROB W. OVBR-
Because of numerous complaints help insure our city against disease BTRBBT.Dutrlct. also wait who .
forth ,ttClk after laetvk r the show grounds serves-- special 1
Hall! stenographer a
Miss Ethel umber Co.. made to Mm, Mayor Fitzgerald. of and foster a business within our city No. t.-W. W. OHANDLBR.: ly if he tries to serve a 'woman.r .

Everglade Cyjuress the. week end Among the -numerous real estate Boston M..., will send to the next :".'
at Loughmnn:: spent Mr. and Mrs. trajuffers made here the past week Meeting of the city council the draft 1 ;

here with tier parents were ;a house and Jet in Plnedals to ef an ordinance which will limit to I I M 111 > 1111 M I I .1111 I I .... J. J. Hall. \W. .S. 'Ti ler. house :and three lots in sin inches the length of hat pins to .

W. I. Bsrbai Democratic! candidate Went Xissimmee to John Smith of be worn by woaaen on the streets and i : I t

for County Tax Assessor, came over Pennsyit ania, orange grove and twen in public conveyances.

from Si. Cloud Tuesday and spent the ty-...." acres on Shingle Creek to '

day giving voters the glad hand and Messrs. Higg! and Farrell, of Illinois, ..* + . . ... . HORSES FOR SALE!
winning emile.Eupene I and the residence of John Padgettin OO

North JKisslmmee to Wm. Ford of + + + + + + + + + + + .
; Bryan, traveling sales-pa? Missouri All of these sales were 0 O + 0O
of Wilson A Toomer at Ja made by the firm of Crisis A Solver.
+ IIAIR.oOo t O
after a few days spent .her kaonville.1 }
'left Monday for One of the most elegant .intricate - + +
pamts, of woman's handiis O + Any Color-Any Length. + O and MULES .
through Went Florida.An and pieces K OCT.
0 + +
on display at Cole's jewelry store 0O 28,29,30 | |
exceptionally large number of In the form of an opera bag, made by + + + + + + + + + + + O .

travelng men were. here this week, Mr.. D. G. Wagner who lately ,moved 0 0 r
and their universal expression was here from Sanferd. The bag 1 i. made .
.. that Kislmmeewas the most pro- of white and cold bead and lined I desire to inform the ladies O I will have one carload of good, gentle, well trained Texas Cow Horses and Mare for"t

i ida.perous and progressive city in Flor with arranged white as silk to the produce bead th.being most so ** of pared Kl .lmmee ttT accept that order I am proO for + sale at th RAILROAD SHIPPING PENS at KISSIMMEE. FLA. Will also have

- Clifford.Bruns Farm, and president TownsiteCo.of theNrcooss ., pleasing work demonstrate effect The Mrs.\finesse Wagner of. the to **. length Hair Switches,with having one of made of any the arrangements color largest or- 0.. THREE TEAMS OF GOOD WORK MULES '

of last be a rare artist with the needle as
here Wednesday
who came dealers in the United .
A week, left for Cincinnati on Sunday. well as possessing an tcptional aye to that effect. The hair I cell Just the thins for plowing groves or truck farms. Most of these hones hare been .
beautiful.T. .
__.-. H. will return to Narcooaae' in ten for the carries a guarantee that it is driven in harness. Anyone in need of a good woods horse driving team or nice gentle '

; : days Paris, of Presto Pa..arrived in I all cut from the heads of living 0 family pony should attend this sale. ',
. Messrs. H. E. Swabey, J. W. Simpson the city Saturday and in future Kisimmee women, and i I. perfectly: pare + ;

,, W. L. Poulk, G. W. Best. A. W. will be his permanent home. and healthy. I respectfully +
p/ Gustns and C. W. and J. C. Griffin Mr. Paris spent some time here last solicit your investigation. Three Days. Only, October 28th 29th and 30th, 1912 '
the number of Kissim- inpressed with the "
'.. were' among was so 4 ,
?' ,' mee's prominent people who .left on manifold advantage we offer tht!t .' +
j,:.., "the 1 o'clock train Tuesday to attend homeseeker and investor that he purchased .. 0 MRS. W. H. FARMER. J. W. KING .
of Batfslo and decided to henceforth .. \ .
the afternoon property '
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ap earanc?. In ten days J
14 : lation the plants were .. -.. -
pulpy. Other plants,
per' but !not inoculated, The Application and Demand r
1 for Florida Lands C nnot.Be
1F '. r : .... .,-...... at the end of ten days. I I
that had already headed Appreciated fly You Until You Have Visited Beautiful City
b ta' ;EDITOUJ. I.B.JonIfttmOFTH1; FAIRFAX: 010.) FORUM! lated, no. wrapping was1 ,. 'fl. ", ?:; .
*'MADE' produce the' diseases The- y --
. i1., i ; contained in the head was '' '" .. L.
c ''r/H \ the of the
for growth
>i 7' ,: It.has.been,the disposition of' irtany''eight carrf'of potatoes ready for .ship- I Many times on account i ' .
,' ,", 1 writers,' who write on new countries { merit that' wre barreled and placed" In weather the grower \ ,. : :::':::::':.eww-u.: .,, : r;,:: 0': "
--- .c.
:11 ./J visited, to go too much Into detail consequently 1( cars In one--day, billed tor' 'northern has got rid of the disease. !
f.! 1J..' making the article top long I cities. We werE told they average ing a dry spell it remains 5-, '.
rr)/>;1,. and tedious. This we wUl try tq five to ten card daily for about two When the plants begin, to ,' : '
'.,ttir ;!'tr,:;J in addition. to making the article! in I nfonths, .and that the land produces moisture enough is THE McKA : : '
,, '..j !. \ '. erie1l.t"; > all the -way from .100 to 250 bushels, ease shows in the head. At .
... n "' >f"' \ .'r da'ie! one of the early.countriee.t 1 per acre and get about $2.00 per bush- time the grower may find ,
,,::.t: '?i "' early United States discovered' by el. I might also say that this land cent, of such lettuce , \\I..b-o,. ..;.:,.,-
explorers and yet it is one of the I was originally covered with sand center of the head.
t .\moat; backward states. in the Union. palmetto, under brush and pines.
There are many reasons presented all Most of the improvements and in- REALTY
.. 4-ttof why this state of conditions have vestments re being made by northern CO:
,,t. '"existed' among which'in that because people who are making; good.
't\; 'in years gone by yellow fever existed Corn is raised but very little and a
f r., in certain sections of Florida as well small kind at that Some oats can he DRIVESm .
':. as other sections of Southern States found but. wheat! hay and clover is Wholesalers. and Retailer ofTimber
l; : h.people-were afraid to locate there and almost a thing unknown. Although ,
h ". 4 8: ;.' .studiously avoided having anything we saw on a place where a northernerwas Table j a
+, +y :'to do with Florida, notwithstanding experimenting, clover as fine as
\ ," the fact that most of 'lorida I wan frae any in Missouri. Wild millet $ix foot and
from the disease ax Missouri or with a head fourteen" inches long. I
'' Iowa. Stock of all kipda are inferior grades ,
rn Another feature that has kept Florida to this country, but it a question of,
a'' from forging ahead and keeping time when it will he graded" up' to '
'nlifoj-nM Slice! Peaches (
7 abreast with other' States is that in re- good standard size. Timber Lands
cent years so much of th, State was The climatic conditions in most Hawaiian Pineapple _ .
i swampy, low lands and covered/ with parts of Florida are ideal. The summer '
pine and cypress timber. The area temperature never exceeds Nand <> ]Preserved" Strawberries S
of low .and lands being so 1 00 while winter seldom goes below _. , .
swamp - --- -
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." ', large it was a tremendous job to drain 55 and 60 degrees. Within 25 Ripe red Raspberries __ i
: Ii' them properly and this fact alone has miles of the sea coast the sea breeze Virginia Blueberries,( _ : I
y a i-i\\t4; kept, many homeseokers from entering gets a fair sweep at you and on the I
4 the State realizing that it would hottest days. make life pleasant in the Maryland! Fluckberries:!: .
;, take many large monie-d companies summer while" in winter ocean currents I
r I expending, big .sums. of money to net: | drives! the_cold:!. and frosts,away Large; Tail Salmon r _ !
the water off and the land in ", shape leaving it one of the exceptional Win- XAT. E also have desirable and
for occupancy. As an illustration a ter resorts in the world. It is stated Halves Flat Salmon some very very
tract of land embracing; about 8,000- 1 that the climate is ony equaled or
Large Stuffed Olives _ I
f 000 acres of land in one body known as excelled by one spot on earth and that
(t'', '1 . the Everglades was under more or is i Southern Italy. A town by the :Small'; Stuffed Olives _ I well improved Orange Groves near to RailRoad
r less water and would take HO much name of Melbourne, located 200 miles .
a f, money to drain that private corporation south of Jacksonville, is one of the Shaker Celery Salt .. I
; hesitated to undertake the job, favored spots of that country from.
r consequently that large body of fertile every viewpoint The town I I'H- only n'e<'h-Nut Peanut (' IT"m I' ..... Church and School. We own most

-" X34 true of this immense tract is likewise i' intel they have 2,500 to :Inoo? ) northern Top Notch (Crape;, / Juice i i .

: true of other tracts. similarly situat, / This little town I n destined Ulue Karo Syrup i -. of the property we are offering for sale
.Ii 4! ed. In recent years companies havebeen to be of considerable importance ,
formed to buy these lands drain Melbourne is the headquartersof J Isms' (Granulated;, Sugar"
5; I them and put I them in shape that the Florida Indian River Land ('0..
k i homes could be made on t them and products who have sold about )lOO.OOO acres of At i ; and balance we hold options on, so we are able to :
( q,, raised. land all within fifteen miles of Mellourne -
1 The State and national governments: To the man who is a sport WEST I
i realizing that something must be done thi.i i* a tine place, for the country is the best of !
d have gone to work and drained (for" abundant with game, while the Indian give you terms.
rather draining) the Everglades; 'liiver is filled with fish.
cr; *nd othor are Urge trad! of low-lumU.,-undit !-- )In ..!" liiKInn, ti.. lull --.I- flii.f' _1.M- .. TA -Y LOR' __ - __ Jltyou ._ __ _ ___ ____ _,__ ---- ,------ - -- .. - .

many fertile pie(" '* of land arc t raw Ida i- not the onl!;, pot fat; rood( condition have any property that you wish to exchange
'y being thrown open for settlement and ,* but ". do ay that thoie ate
thousands of families arc n' vmg' on "oat'. good) oppoituMtiefor, ,1 man ,
'S these lands and will raise cropthat) who ha- i-neipy enough to go into a
t are unequaled anywhere with ideal comparatively new country Land Phone 250 Quick I for a home in one of the best States in the Union,
climatic conditions range from $2.; to $1>;5 per acre and i
1 The question is often asked Hto I I''is hound to raise in value. We haveno iI I
the strength or quality of the soil. TheM land to sell nor do we care whether call phone write what have and
; ,,;, soil is muck, white sand, red sand, anybody from Atchison county goes or us you we can i
1 wand and clayish subsoil. The "oi) there but we went there to investigate j
t t that is best adapted for one thing is I for ourselves and find general condi-
r ". 'usually not so good for some other t tions as above stated. For the man : find for you what you want. ;
t product. The muck soil is found in who wants to get in on the ground
f ri ; ; the low places, swags or swamps and I four' of a new ru'.ntry \ ith % mpar.i-: I w ,
4 ''"-' is made or composed of decomposed tively cheap land with good possibilities
t vegetation and deposit of top soils for I we consider Florida (as far aswe .a I L I.
k hundreds of years. There is no war have found ),, a good proposition. ,
'.i out to it and has all the elements of : J. JOHNSTUN.:'; "
i; richness that can be asked for. The Fairfax. Atchison County, Missouri, I I .
4 sand with red or clayish subsoil is the I! !May :31, 1912.
.4.t. second bottom land while the white I I .
f 'j and red sand is the uplands. Most of I
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the hardpan prevents the water going in < + + 4l Ij I Some Class "
ground and away until proper
..- '. drainage is made to carry all water *;' l LETTUCE: ROT.. + + j -
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? :! < ..'The crops of Florida are so differ CLOVER, +i to the glasses we supply. They add distinction ..
: :' ent and handled in such a manner that ncause It in better flour
.i' ( O. F. Burger.) could be pottftibly produced! at '
it looks strange to a Missourian. In 4imo. Period Brain, port or t to the features as,well a* aid the sight.
r ,' fact some .northern men have gone Lettuce Rot caused much loss to the ing. perfect rendition mare d
there and expected to conduct farming lettuce growers last season. Unless <-lovrr guarantee I'KKM CT n. Product.We and After we have determined the kind of glasses

in the same way as in the north consequently special precautions are taken this yearit every dealer to refund the I require consider the style best
, have made failures and is likely to cause damage again. price lo any one not finding M your eyes

% Viva the country an ill name. Florida Lettuce Rot i. distinguished- Lettuce The Best suited to your features. The result is glasses
; is like every other State it has good Drop and Root-Knot by there "YOIR GROCER HAS
1 land and poor land. Some people being no" wilting or yellowing of the that ,improve both your sight and appearance.We .
make money there while others fall leaves, The disease first show: in the tgM30laak45
L flat and soon get out of the country. seed-bed as small black .spots on the ,ee+ fJlF are At your service .
; These conditions will be met with in leaves. These spots increa.s in size
t, I Florida as in all states. The three until the whole leaf i is blacke-ied) and !
: ) principal crops in Florida are citrus drop. off. In the field, the leaves be-
r 4r fruits (that is grape fruit, oranges come black potted, and Roriietimza the
f. \ lemons, figs, etc.,) truck and potatoes edge turn brown and then blacken
S. S r on large scales. a" if ,injured by frost :Most damageis
The lemons and fruit done to the headed lettuce The Jeweler and
oranges grape
center of the head begins to blacken, nre C A. COLE I
,." .- can be raised on all lands but on the ,
and then becomes.oft The disease' PAT
", i pure sand lands it requires a great
'S spreads outward. until the whole head I
t- {tS amount of fertilizer to produce the Optometrist
( 'S 'fruit. Even though one has to put in a black decaying mass.In I .
some districts there were f.-w I
: worth of fertilizer of
; .i 92$ on an acre
t. ? ( _.. from-is not a bad investinent. The year. The loss to different growersvaried
} from one-third to the "hooC\( I
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soils fertilizer
loam require less{ or no
( a '....hU. on the muck soils no fertilizers crop fVlntrol. .. _.._ ,
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} Much of the infection
the fruit grows too thick andY
t.. $Ra part has to be pulled for the balance the seed-bed, therefore it is necessary -

t I U''Ar. ,' .J J t; ,to get nearly proper all size.lands Generally have to be speaking fertilized infected to watch plants closely being and transplanted prevent any to Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint

'' so' the field. If a seed-bed becomes infected ,
'especially two or three -- -
> : t e .crops are raised on the same ground discard it; pull up the plants, I .
I Jn'one carry them off the field, and bury or
burn them. Remove all infected
'3 It (t& stated, and we believe with plants from the fields as each diseased -
., I';" good'authoritq, that the Florida. Indian plant will infect others. Do not
I ,) ', River fruits have a sweeter flavor throw infected plants in the alley I ROSS GRAVES [
) ,' and command a higher price than ways. I

.. .:California fruits. Florida fruits and The field must be well drained, as "
vegetables are only 35 hours run from excess of moisture is a very important The Store that Appreciate Your Trade"S.
', ,;' ':New York markets while Texas and factor in the Spread of the disease. 'I
California are days from big markets.! Seed Beds. .
Vegetables are one of the main Young plants succumb readily to

a' crops in Florida because the climte is the attack of Lettuce Rot. They soon
such that two or three crops can be show the signs of being diseased, .1 BUY
r i }f.... .. raised each year and at a time. when which have already been described. W. P. Paint Kyanizs Varnish ..
the north is all frozen' up and "green At times the seed-beds. become so .. .
1, ; t... 'stuff" is in demand at good prices. badly infected that large areas become s THE For Floors, [Interior Woodwork P1'ca
':.q One set of crops have been raised this black and putrid. There are many insects Known the World Over and Furniture
;year and the seed in the ground for which .feed on the decaying BEST :f
have in mind a man now plants. It is probable that these insects CLo
f i atj otbar.. Florida by the name of flying to healthy plants, are IT .IS ECONOMY -
G.' S, Snedeker, who is quite a truck able to infect them by carrying the !
man who said personally to us that bacteria on their bodies. Seedi-beds
if he dldnt clear up $400()() above all showing the least signs of infection .
expenses per acre he considered that should be destroyed. Mission Stains AT Alabastine Wall Coating

he was not doing much business. This Cause. The Stains with reputation It is the Best
.r man also has interests f fret an orange Lettuce Rot is caused by bacteria a 1
lemon, Tape fruit and fig orchard organism known as Pseudomnas sp.
6 S I which Je netting.him:good money. It Infected lettuce plants were taken
+ !: t I is stated that a citric fruit orchard from the fields, and cultures of the I .
r eight years old I. worth on the market bacteria obtained in our laboratory: ROSS GRAVES .
91,000 per;(acre.This'same au Some of the cultures were then brushed -
tbarty.:stat.* that! taeiareraffe; tree on healthy' lettuce plants, which, I" a '77U Store that Appreei.ta Yomr TraJ."
will produce from $. to 910 and has were kept growing in the Experiment - .
). 60 to 70 trees per acre so you can see Stationgreenhouse.., Each plant after
about the cross income orchard. it' had been, inoculated. was wrappedin
.Potatoes are another ;rosin cropl. oiled paper to retain moisture. In Paint Paint. aint. s Paint Paint aint'_;
we counted, two or three days (the disease made its S
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It STORY OF SUCCESS thousand dollars, ten thousand dollars hipped the first year $..400.worth of FIRE SIGNALS. .
,of which was to be paid down. fruit from, it, and year after he ward Mo. 1.. Central portion city,I
; I Inere' Drennen had no money, but he .de- bought it, sold it to Messrs. Over- one long blast of- whistle
r kln"dt': ,I termlned to buy that rqve, That de; street and Drew for fifteen .thousand Ward Mo. 2. North Kissimmee, two ';)
th* a story we like to termination was th.-.root of his sue- making elven thousand dollars ,by the long blast of whistle. r I "'
write. In tb. Ant place It will tend I ce8& transaction.. Ward No., S. South Kissimmee, 3 ;i '.
to give young men confidence in themselves He told us today that not only did 1;' This transaction helped htm over a long,blasts of whistle. -8-tf
-hoW them what, ha. been he-receive "no'financial : "''. '
aid from any hard place, in buying; Sand' -Spur .
done by* young mane and what member of his family but .
natury: actually his grovtr i --- Close*IB Resident Lots J''
ally can be done again. And it emphasize father, was not in the city at the time :' Drennen now owns .tx groves, from Two very de.lrable1 close-in rest- \ '
the,, aort of success the'right the bargain! WM made i that he which he estimates he will ,-receive dent lot, on. of which i* corner ti I
kind of''young man can 'make in ed. absolutely on his own act-1 j twenty-five thousand boxes of fruit lot These cola are on 'I the water, '
Florida, u he--in1 the language .of Five hundred dollars was required this year,' and half of that, will, be saber and electric light line Located .
our tihje-! :-ha* got the goods. to bind the bargain, the ten thousand erape! three and ODe half blocb from .
It concerns the. activity here of ,to be paid in.thirty days, J Asked this morning if he believed Broadway, and' two block from' SffiTALUCTRIDGES
Walter Drennen. He is a young" man, Ten 'thousand Ave hundred dolUra. ,other young men could do as 'well in Osceols HlCh-SchooL Just the place 4 I
and a success.; in fact' hi. success And Drennen a singer po*- Florida he replied: "Any' man can for a fine home. W* are offering '
will be found to,read like it U akinto seased of only soda water change. succeed here who Is equipped with these lot for a abort time at vary
an adventure in high finance. But he had something! In the way of the Dualities of integrity judgment, low price and on easy term Call
Drennen has gotten the minimumof undeveloped resources." and friends, and the two :former qualities and we will show them to pOlL o Tk a..a._ C.k* Shoot to Hit +
credit for what be has done, for He went to :Mr. Walter Smith the will largely-toward creating 89tf H. :M. BREAKER A CO: >..g .f e*tm IMoTbelr tots -- .'
the reason that his family has the true friend of many men and told 1 f .."Orlando Reporter Star. UM CMrants *,tl>. LUa- '..
reputation of being wealthy. Any him his ambition and asked the loan the Cootianed Accuracy of your Arm.'-, I I vw
man, with gumption, it is commonly from the bank of five hundred dollars Nice Home Close to Lake.
said, could do as much with "his people" I I I Mr. Smith looked him over in the THE THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION 96 hey.year..uhl ol<-SO year ol e.rKid4s-meIi.I', *4 ,
brick of him. l as- .
I light of a borrower considered his No. 460-A new 5-room cottage, two I
We cornered Drennen this mominl'lsitting 'I proposition, and replied: "Drennen OP THE l large lob 60x164 feet each, T* nak cartridfeS noted for .tr.l<111.aloliDhardbiniufire. -'
over a dope, and got at the I I I 111 take a chance on gars" And he well of artesian water fifteen To attaia'mmmutiUut '
truth of the matter, a pleasing little 'lid. WORLDPractically orange tree. Call and see this bearing I e without impcirUtf f..fttmnty. -
task which We have had in mind! for I|: Drennen paid the amount to bind NEW YORK sition. Price $1.200. To mike for each.kind of arm the
csrtridf it requires to Ira tat-and to
time. the 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. '
!some bargain, and got busy elsewhere |
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ik its *
keep timt
We were curious to to .
know as' u' the ten thousand. He failed {I
matter of public interest whether to find dollars however i I There is X.mlnfOM-C/M'Ce.rtrlde speeSatlr' ...eI., .
many laying j a Daily at Price: of Weekly Modem Home for sale.No. .
had single for ri.e-.r pitlol. Every RemingtonLfMC
Hrennen succeeded handed, around loose. In fact he got back I guar ,
of whether the success had been com- I I more or less up against it. But it \| 469 New modern 6-room house cartridf I I. tested in the arm lor which It is mud. ' monplace. chanced that the I located on Emmett street, one block I Uuannte it behind theM c.rtrid'beblDcI
From the talk lSSTt"with\ him we ,, laden with fruit. On grove the was heavily of j jI Tio Other Newspaper in the World west of court house. Electric lights < cry' ttudird arm. to the full *xt nt of the naksr's.
I prospect i fiive Much at eo Low Price bath toilet and ,, when IbeM carrrlds see uMd. ,,
judge; the young' man is worth anywhere the crop Gentile and Company of I' lavatory. Lot 147lx own .q.r.ntee '" '
feet I the that shoot atn &ha.. Shoot tb. ,
from one hundred to two hundred ;:I Cincinnati of which Lawrence Gentile 1471 Several young orange and Shoot cartridges a
thousand dollars cent ofwhich ''' is the local grapefruit trees in the yard. This urlridel tt .t keep your |uo bootin| iir !(ht. Shoot '"It.?.
every advanced
The Presidential will "
great campaign is located in the best Ktmington*UMC cartridf .
he made himself, and within'' him five thousand dollars in very 'r5
u period .of three years. ''' one sum. and later advanced two- soon begin and you will want the news resident section of the city, 'clone. to'' Bcmingloo. Arms-Union Metallic' Carfridgei Co. ( I :

Three years ago he" was a music instructor thousand five hundred more as a fifty accurately and promptly. The World court house postoflice and bUSineBS\; ZIti....... K.., in Rollins cents since established record for section. Pnce 3710.\) Terms i ))1'1 _
College, earning .advance on the first five long a 24tf H. M. Breaker .
-eventy-five dollars a month. thousand boxes of fruit. awl anybody can afford its I . '
Today, one property the Sand Spur Drtfnnen< was then heeled with sev- Thrice-a-Week edition! which comes I' '
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orange grove in Maitland, is commonly en thousand five hundred dollars Milltwent.five 7' - ---------
estimated to be worth a hundred >' hundred dollars shy and every other day in the week, except : Truck and Citrus( fruit Land. j ,;
thousand dollars. And he owns ''!I the time limit on the ten thousand I Sunday. It will be of particular valueto No. 462-Seven and one-half acres ot I Ii

five other groves, besides city real ,j was nearly up. He then played a you now. The Thrice-a-Week World the best truck and fruit land in Kit>-'| i CR1NER & SIEVER. I I II II.
estate and about ten thousand dollars 'I stroke. He went to the real setate also abounds in other strong features, simmee Park. This land is in pioximi- :;
worth of personal! property, hotel I agents who engineered the deal and serial ty to the lake. Call on us and we will'' I
block and the like. ;j told them he needed twenty-five.hun- stories humor, markets cartoons put you in touch with the owner;; you j I. "
Listen to way of the making of thin '' dred dollar. or all bets Were off. He : in fact everything that is to be Can deal direct with him. This. prop- ', REALTY COMPANY .: :
money: Three years ago we have I offered them his notes for this sum found in a first-class daily. erty is offered at a great r<'< I ;
said, Drennen was /a teacher at Rol- and they had the choice of accepting THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD'Sregular from what land in this locality i ie-seil-I I E... R
Jiim at seventy-five Prior I them I ing for. I Prairie Groves Hammock Land ,.
per. to that or losing the trade. They accepted subscription price is only $1.00 Land Orange High .
been 24-tf 11. M. BREAKER & .
he had I
employed as a singer in them.
New York City and Boston, lie is ]' Drennen then came possessed of per year and this pays for 156 papers. 4' i Timber Land Land at all Prices and on Easy Terms. ,

a musical artist, which is a curious what might be called a one-fingered We offer thin unequalled newspaper and -
fact, in view of his commercial (,I hold noted Sand the Kissimmee Gazette Splendid Residence Lot. r
success upon'the Spur grove, I Valley together: 2,000 acre Stock Ranch will exchange ball Taloe i
; it being well recognized that artists I one of the most desirable I
orangegrove for one year for $1.75. No 463: -Fine, large, vacant corner 1 .
are seldom endowed with business I': properties in the State. lie was The regular subscription price of the lot. 80x1471 feet, clone to lake. Splendid I for other real estate -:- ,-:. -: -:- 4
judgment. over ears in debt, it is true, but he I I location good neighborhood. We
I 1 I two is 2511.( Grove will trade for half value .
is 50-scre
It an interesting feature of Urennen's kept his nerve. 'I Advert papers l ls,.m..t are offering this large lot at the very I Orange t
history that in the spring of II. was u thousand dollars to the I low price of $400 cash. II. M. Breaker for other real estate, balance easy payments -:-
JtfOH he was offered a five year's con- (food over hik immediate debts, when & Co.v Ift-tf

eras by the Hamburg Municipal_ she! !|I talln-d up the_ale ,of, the !first! I _________ ______ _--+I In ,
- - -r7pera.< ; TlTe- olTeT' co>5TnKto film ,i:Ye 'sl'rop. -- - -- -- Fruit and-T rudrlandWe :- - ----- -1 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA j'

through Coursed the then director of :j' The next year the grove being run I have five and ten acre tracts in I>
the Metropolitan Opera Houhe in down it netted but three thousand Liberty Park the most desirable suburban .
New: York, and through Miss Edith I I i 1.boxes and the expense was six thou- property on the market which'; Get the Habit

Walker a noted American tinger. ; sand dollar, leavinxhim seven thou- we are offering for your consideration i j SMOKE .
Notwithstanding the flattering sand in debt. Last year he sold At prices that are attractive. We will ;
terms of the offer, and the prospect I twelve thousand dollars worth of rx> pleased to show these tracts to prospective ;i Boone's StraightMade '
of five years bread, U remit M turned i fruit from the place, and this year, purchaser at any time. Do not ,
the offer down and instead came to I' he estimates the crop to be worth I fail to see this property before purchasing DOZIER LEITHEB'S iNSOBHJiCE J&EflCY a
Itollins to teach for a small salary. I twenty thousand. as it has the advantages of being in Kissimmee ;
During the fall of 1909 the Sand The grove he now estimates to be close in and on the very best paved The Cigar with tbe Real Taste ,
Spur Grove, of some two hundred and 1 worth one hundred thousand' dollars. road in the county convenient to the The Oldest and forcwt "..uran..* Asmey in Oieaota County
Jjventy-fiix acres Wail for sale by the i But the story U not all told. In city school and churches. Five acre Box trade solicited FIRE: LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
owner Dr. M. A. 'Henkle, of Winter 1910 Drennen bought the Holden tracts $250 and $300. Look for Union Label. I _"'CONE ,". ?
1'ark. The price was twenty-five j grove, south of town for $7,500, and 24-tf II. M. Breaker & Co.

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-r THfc, KISSlMMEfi V ?L't"'Yc"T"" 'iiTTL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25,. ..912.r .

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r { k. f ;f! 1 : I LOCAL L: DRUGGIST Hou4 shall fee 'necessary to pas every bill or M. RIVERS M D. ."j' 'il
?' ,' Notice of [ ,. ,
> ? join resolution. All bills or joint resolutions T. _
; -v / ROOSEVELT BAIT so paused sssll bsi signed. by the presiding offl- '
: $ (3.W.GRIFFIN j -- oar of I he impact!_ Houses and by the Mecrslarv PHYSICIAN 'and SURGEON.
MAKSSTATMLNTSays : .-WftERKAIII'fh..t..e..81.t.....; 01-11111--111,11'.. of.. tlm KouaU Bu4.UseCerli.e1th..Huaeof f- -

the Couslltiitlou of IHHA.-nf tho State of Florid., Represeulatlvea. Office oyer Osceola Pharmacy
The voted.cant In with said '
did pans three Joint Resolutions proposingmetidmonts compliance proposed
FOR SUFFRAGISTSThird to Ihs Constitution of ths of amendments and the canvas declaration > .t i Residence
Staple and stats '
FancyGROCERIES lodson.Lhrer! .. : Tone.. ..ia...the .Best Florid., and the same acre agraud to by a vets end returns tbereof.. obsll be auhjacled totlm : .!,HO;>!K Office 168W..L. _.
I Constipation and Shirk of three. nrtne of ell the elected to. I :same regulailoiia and rcatrlctloua: I as si'Sprovided -
7 Uemt'dy-for each BOOM" i that the votes on said Joint liesolutlona by law lor general cloollo is In the. I
ing Liver He Ha. Ever Sold., wore entered upon their r spwiUvJouruals blat Of Florida WINN.
Candidate Was Consistently with ih. ayes sud nays thereon and IN TKSTIMokY XVHKRBOP: I have 'hereunto
4 Term "- they lld' determine and direct thai the 'makljoint set my hand and affixed the (ret Seal of

,, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ':, Every person who her tried Dodlion' Resolutions besjubmltted I to the elector I the State of Florida at TaUahssHev, Ihe Capital, PHYSICIAN
:Their Enemy:, iI'tfe Tone and knows how nf lbs ..tat..t the General Elootlou: In Novem. this the twenty-fifth/ da, ol Julv. A. I>. IDIS. I j.' .
Liver !
: surely -
ber, ima. (Heal) U. CLAY CRAW KURD.!
L : Free Delivery to'all'Parts N eded'Their Votes. $ and gently it start the liver to NOW. THKRKFQRK.: I. II. CLAY CKAWFOK1 113 Wl Secretary of Stato. Rxsioxsc.PH0NE: : 81 KisaiMHB: .

working and relieves biliousness will > Secretary of mate. ol ths Stats of. Flori. .. --- --- Ornc. ProNe 97: Fiowo*

. ,of,the; City ," bear out the- Kissimmee Drug Co.'. dado hereby GENERAL gl v. noilos ELECTIONwill that a In Co.irt.of,! County Judge, State of

';'1 ,-. drug store in this statement"' aboutDodxon's be held id each county in Klorlda: on Tne- Florida County Osceola.In DR. DEWIT1 T. LIGHTSEY
II. I COULD HAVE, CARRIED OHIO Liver Tone. day next succeeding ths first" Monday No '
) .' j I "It's a purely vegetable liquid that veiubor, A D. JIll-". ths said Tuesday buln* tin, re-ontato, licury .... StaMmrd.< OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
_ r- -- ..j entirely takes the place of calomel FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER Notice Is hereby given to all whom it may

< IuiuuiiuuuilIuuuIIIu.t t harmless and pleasant to the taste for the, ratification or rejection. of the said <<>concern that on toe 2Hth day of January, A. l Ii. Residence Phone 274
I shall
HUB apply to the Honorable Oeo. F.
,, \ But Big Bull Moos Took to the Vermont i that has proven itself the most satisI Joint the Resolutions proposing. amendment to Parker or his aiicoMaor In Office Judge of said Office! Phone 98
Constitution ol
ths aIsle of Florida, vis.
: Woods-Noted Woman Exposes I factory remedy for a slow-working ; Court as Jndgo of Probate, for a final dla- Rooms 3 and 4
j | J. G. HOWARD I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Amend barge an Administrator of the nutate. of Henry State Bank Kissimmee Fla.
: HI* Chang of Front. liver that most of our customers have meet to article V of the Constitution of the T.m.ofol'd. deceased f and that at the same.. Bld'g ,

ever tried. A large bottle sells for Htsts of Florida Relative. to Judiciary Department time I shall present to the said Court my final -----.- -- -- -1---
"",1. I fifty cents and we do not hesitate to accounts aa Administrator said Estate, and
7 i By IDA HU3TED HARPER. Be It Unsolved by (lie' Legislature of the 8law. ask for their spprovsl. D R. B. D. WIENENGAtVETERINARIAN.
), ; j .Paper. Hanger Painter give the money. back to any person of Florida : W. J SEARS!:
The ProftresslTR. party bad It* first I who tries a bottle on the strength of That he fallowing, amendment to Article. V Administrator
; --- -- opportunity to show Its loyalty to the this statement and is not satisfied with of the OnnsUlullon of the stats of Florida relative 'HbKl July 2:1\: A 1). 1912. l-am-6m .
to the Judiciary Department, to be num. STOCK TREATED FOR
; Work Guar nt..d : woman ufTrafr plank In Its platform the result. bored Section! 42 of said Article V be and the .
r 1: I when the vote was taken In Ohio on anew In these days of doubtful medicinesand I lame I Is hereby agreed to and shall;1 bo submitted Notice of Administrator. ALL DISEASESj

,1 I U tainkinf of having any done, constitution. Forty-two amendment dangerous drugs a statement like I I election. to the to electors be beld of on the tbe State first at Tuesday the general after In Court of the County Judge State of Florida hU'htPhonu152 i ORLANDO? .,EA.

on'the and all were, I the above is a pleasant assurance that I the first Monday In November A. D. 1U1S. for Osceola County. t .
please the P. O.I were I
.otify though .
;' I ; ie I Dodson's Liver Tone is a reliable I ratification or rejection to wit : In re estate of I. K. Oliver deceased:
I, adopted except the on. for woman Notice Is h..1t ri....... all
I sec. 42. There shall bo Die ] to whom it mar con,
H suffrage! remedy for both children and grown,.1 Circuit Court ot Uuval County"rn.J1tr ., to earn, that on the day. of January A D. IQI.'I: N. L. BRYAN
: : ups._fn buying a bottle for immediateor I the Circuit Judge of the circuit In which saId I shall apply to the Honorable Gee I".. Parker
42-41 pd Ohio I I. one ot the "banner" Proir.s- future use it is well to make sure I county la situated. Such additional circuit Judge of said& Court, as Judars of Probsts for a
i'I IIIIIuIIIuIIIIIIJIpIIII. Ive atatn. and Mr. Roonnrelt expect I Judge shall be appointed by the Governor andconfirmed final discharge. . a* administrator of ths estate of DENTIST
the Dodson's .
you are getting genuine I by the Senate and shall hold office ..1K.. Oliver, dsesssed; and that at. the same
._ ---'- -- - to secure It. electoral vote. In orderto Liver Tone and not some spurious imi- I for six (tt) years, end shall receive the same time I will prsssst my final accounts as admlnlstratxp Squires Building
mit do this a plurality of the elector tation that has copied our claims, but I salary and allowances for expenses as other of said estate, and ask for their approvaL [New York AvenueST.
** -mm ''i i'' r I Circuit Judges, but the' same shall be paid by WILLIAM must be ProgreBSlves. and they could do not stand back of their guarantee.You I the County ol Duval out of time general revenue Dated. July 10th. A, b. 1812. Administrator. CLOUD FLORIDA
; E' ;; 'd therefore have easily carried the *uf- may be certain of getting the I of said county Hs shall have all the power HI I Imo *mo \
sod perform all the duties thst be
genuine if to the Kissimmee I are or way.
GRAYSTONE frage amendment If all the other bad you go I provided or prescribed by the Constitution: or NOTICK OF MASTER'S BALK. J. W. SIMPSON
... voted against It. a* the vote om the Drug Co., for it. I by Statute for Circuit Judges, and all statute JR.
: .\<1vl'rth..m..nt.To I concerning Circuit tr..I:1: apply to him, Notice I* hereby given that und.rand
constitution was very light only a I The. distribution of of the Circuit I by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure DENTIST.

: SNNLt.1NEYUl : few hundred thousand out of more the Voters of Osceola County : I Court ol Uuval County between the two Circuit issued out of and under the
I Judges and the allotment or assignment. ol seal of the Circuit Court of Upstairs In Katz
than a million who were elidible.! Did would like to the the Seventh Building.
We to votersof
: say I matters and oases to be heard decided, or- Judicial Circuit of the- State of Flor .
; 2.50 to 3.50 per day.- he Issue any order to this effect? Did Osceola county that the Republican I dbred tried, decreed or judged shall bs controlled ida. In and for Osceola County in OrricE HOURS: l\ \\I a. m. to 12m

Special by week or month. .I: he say to his followers "Now. here 1* candidate for Superintendent of Pub I I of maid Court or made who when shall necessary have the oldereonnnwilon. by) the Judge. a certain cause wherein 8. W. '- iecomplainant r ::30 j to fj:3O: p. m.:
Telephone No.
and Henry Silas I and Ida 76 Jun 6. hr.DR. .
I: the lic Instruction is not stranger to I In form at tbe time Such additional Circuit :
: show a
our first chance to women Silas, his wife, are respondent, theundersigned
L W. TlU.'I, Pr... .. D. mutR. I"
I JudKe ibsll rralde In Dnval County.'I .
_ + ; that we mean business.. Of coursn. If school work. lie has been a member a* Special Master in W. W.
. .1111 ++++++++++++++++++ the of a school board for a number of' A'JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amend.I Chancery will sell at public outcry CARSON
we win In November we willclve I mend U Article 12 of the Constitution of the during the legal hours of sale before
franchise to all In the Halted States, years, arid. was president of the board IMate of Flo Ida, Relative' to Education to be the Court House doors in the City of DENTIST
I for two years Jicfore leaving New Known at Section 17 ol Bald Article; Providing Klsslmmee. In said Osceela County on
but Just now wr can make noo a .l>y York. lor Ihs iHKuaace of Bond by Special: Tax Monday, the 4th day of November A.
giving |It to thoso In Ohio so let every belt(1)1 Districts, for the Kxclnalve I'ae of U.. 1912. tho following described prep- Office over Cole's Jewelry'Store: -
L. lie greatly enjoys that class of work Public Free 8<>hools Althln Huuh School District erty: situate, lying and being In the
t m DIIZOR Progressive vote for the woman suffrage and has given each winter several entertainments and: Antborlxlng. the Levy of a Tax to County of Osceola. State of Florida( ; ,Office Hours: 8-12.1-5
amendment" Did he do this ? along historic lines for < remote s Sinking Fund for the Payment: of Beginning, ; 120 yds West ot 8E Office phone I 158!

Oft the contrary. h.. completely 1s- Inc lnlereHt ana Redemption. of mien Houds.Bv corner of 8W & of SW 1., of es Residence 23
'he benefit of the schools with whict
It Kcnolved by the LegIslature of the SlateofKlonda lien M, Tp. 16 South, Range 29 K.
nored the matter although h<. pasand he has been connected. For more : thence West 110- yds., thence North Gas administered for extraction of teeth

through Ohio the very day of the elec than forty years ho has been a student Thil the following amendiiu-itf' t.., Article I i 440 yds. thence East 110 yds. thence

I 1 of history, ancient and modern. of the Constitution, of the State of Flo' Ida. tobe South 10 440 yds., to beginning containing R G. E.: PARKER
acres more or less. I )
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tion.A kn wit Section 17 of reid Article bt anil
Real Estate few days b"fnrc'. af at' ..JohnAbnry.Vt. I lie has traveled through several Euro tbtMime I. hereby agreed 1 1*.. and Hhall l h" submitu Terms of sale cash.
: I I pean (countries making his longest >d to the elector of the M.Le.t the, 'nextcncmi lutt d 1st. October A. 1) 1912. DENTIST
Mr Kooaevplt had devoted' a largeDartofhiaanpchtrahnwjng K. H. BUJMUQCK. _
in Rome his favorite sub"Jocis election KepreM! iiBtlvt-n.| to l I.fj4rl1riiTIfll'iiTlon '
howstrongly t stay as ii tbe yiai A. l> ru'J. lof or>. jc-c SpecIalMaBter l In Chancery. OKKK'K OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY
; have been ThThWfiiaiTanT lion II. I. OKIGKIt.Complainants .
hn bpllevod In the ballot for Solicitor. 40 Office! Hours. K0l( to 12:00 Noon .
1 I Jewish history. Should the voters of tw.. 1 17. The LcttlHlaturc' niav provide for ft a
women, and how anxious h'" wan for -- -_.- 1:00: to 5:00 1'. M.
Osceola County see fit to elect him as :>.peclrt lax l ; KISSIMMEE FLORIDA' them to get It Th > question\ wan not superintendent of public instruction the exclusive, use of ubllc free nchools" alIbi In I H-nIull"4 nll.l"
uch Tax He
lux.I Ulalnel.
any HI..I.I thencv.
------- I an l issue them or IIk.'ly! to bp hut It he will put forth a strenuous effortto r a majority of the 'l..alltle,1) l electors thereof In lb.I lri-iil < < I was a vital I IBSIIP In Ohio to he settled comply with the requirements of who are freeholder*. shall vote In favor of I Irr..... Oncrnla ('nusf>. KlorlUa.IN JS.
the iKNiiance of such. boudH.Whenever .
_ In four days, and yet not by spoken or the law. any such Special Tax school District fHANl'KHV

::3; S.II.BUftOCK written word did ho show to the peepie CENTRAL COMMITTEE.] haa voted Kl", favor of the Uanaiice ol such Itlsesm1 Hack of KlnnlasiaajrcKlorlda.. Special attention given to the

of Ohio that he knew of Its exI Advertisement, 42-3t-p. bonds H ux not to exceed nve mllla on the dol' A Hanklnfr Corporation treatment of Women and
lar. In any one 1".r.oo the '.xabl.l.r"I"' '''
i I Istencn. within thudiatrlc-t= .f.f"i: \ o bondaahall Complalaat'a.a. | Children.
:: : : : .
_ Two day after the Progressive par- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IMii I tOTM IHT levied la providing !<. Miller .... Zera H. Miller his wife.
for the levying of taxes, to become a fund
; REAL ESTATE I ty In Ohio permitted thA defeat of this > 'K.Nollcp for the payment: : the Interest and ledninp- Meas-e'Sielvats., over Bank. PHONE 184

LIon of such bonds.iroptislug 24-3mospd
It convention met.If
) *.*.%.-*%m-%..mmm-- state .. IH hereby given hat Amendmenw to Sections One (1). It appearing by affidavit of Counsel -- -- -
; any women were elected delegate th.' Hoard. of County CommlsHloncrs Sixteen a (ID) and tiev.uteeu of Article for Complainant In above stated causethat
;k INSURANCEExamination the press dispatches failed to mentionIt at their regular mectlnirto Thom ((3)) of the nooatitntion JFt Blat of Z. K. Miller and Zora B. Miller tbe P. A. VAMS AONCW: w. .. caAwroB tV
IIP: hold November 4th. 1 12. Florida. Relating bIbs Legislative Authorityot Respondents therein named are nonresidents
: and In the platform a woman suffrage will consider bids for the crop of the ntate of Florida.Be of the State of Florida and ANS AGNEW & CRAWKORDATTORNEYSATLAW

plank wa onpleuon by it* ab fruit on the "Poor Farm" In a are residents of Ivenolr. In the State of
it Resolved by the Legislature of the State
North Carolina, and that
of Titles they are over
a The Hoard
trees. .
lump Hum on of Florid :
sence. "The Progressive party pledge the of
ri-KiTvcs the right to reject age twenty-one years; It Is I
Itaelf to the task of NCUrtn ;.eQ1Ial .uffrsvge and all bid. and to determinethe any That IDs following Amendments to Beetioa therefore. Or dered that sand nonresident II
the o.e11 Beetioa I SlateeS (10))and fteclbm Seven I Respondents beand they are I Offima: s-4-fU) Cltliena Hank Building
In whlclv
Specialty. to men and women alike says shall manner for. name teeD\dJ.. amended of Article Three (3) of hereby required to appear to the Bill Kissimmee
its national platform and Ohio baa be paid 11. n. JOHNSTON. the Constitution of the State of Florida be, sndthey of Complaint filed In. said cause on or Florida
Bra hereby sgreed to, and ball be before - ..
proposed t Monday the Snd day of Decem- - - -- - -
Solicited. Jut given the flrat example of the f 433t. Clerk of Circuit Court. and submitted to-tb* electors of this r>er. A. U.. the allegations I
CorresDo'ndence State for,approval ec mjeotioB at tbenext IJ'.uh rb".t" H.D GEIGER.
of ,
wajt'tt apparently mean. to keep that ill 11 I IIIIIIIIIIIIII I I 111 general as confessed ;
election hereafter that ito. say selection by said Respondents.It .
pledge.. One (1)\ of said AitioleThrre ((3)) shallbe Is further Ordered that this order
i.j 10 Mr. Roosevelt' second term the nOTICE FOR BIDS. amended so .. to read aa follows: be published once. a week for four ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
r : J! W. THOMPSON NOTICE! I. hereby given that the auction 1. .JI) The Legislative anthorltf of consecutive weeks In the KlsslmmenValley
: suffragist determined to make'everypossible Council of the Olty of Klsslmmee this hiaie. be. veated in a Leglauiture. con Gazette a newspaper published Office State Bank Building
effort to secure an Indorse Florida will receive bids for the construction aiding of a Senate and a House of RepreaenlaUvea..Dd in said County and State .
\ of a public ditch in Bald city shall be de.lloated.. THE LKUIsLA- This October llth. A. O. 1912. Kissimmee, Florida -
j Hj. ,_ ment from him. A.. Miss Susan B. at the Clerks officein the City Hall TUBE OF fIlE 8TATK or FLORIDA, but the K. O. JOHNSTON .'

'4j FUNERAL DIRECTOR Anthony'. most eloquent letters to of said City at 7:10 p. ra. on Tuesday, people. and reserve amendments to themselves"to the. .power Constitution to proposeIswa of Clerk Circuit Court. F. KRIBBS
6th of November A. t). 1'1*. By ELIZABETH JOHNSTON. (Q. "
the day
him received no answer, he went In the to enact or reject such 1.... and 43.41. r > I

; ...;,f;. .ad1. person to see him In November 1905, the Said north ditch' boundary to bs constructed of the corporate from amendments, and at also lbs polls reserve independent at their own of theLeglHstnre option Deputy Clerk. ATTORNEY AT LAW. KISSIMMEE Fuu .. .'.<<1."

-' ,! r LICENSED' EMBALMER jut four. month before her death. imlta. of said City south and southeasterly the power to approve or reject' the polls 1 ,BIg' B rgainfn a Home ,
. to Lake.Tohopekailga. accordIng -
section of act., orrxeoln Examination '
With all her power of persuasion she to the plans and spocitlcatlon..ofthe tion any sot of the Item Legislature or ; any Splendid new six-room house just of Title a Specialy.

Opposit Courthou. pleaded with him to recommend In his City Engineer approved by the m) ;The: Oral 'power reserved by the people lathe inside city limits, fine deep well lot Notification and payment of taxes of
forthcoming message some recognition Council Alce. and on file In said Clerk's of. Initiative I and twenty ((20)) per centum of contains two acres of ground good non-residents given careful
the legal %'otera' shall have the right to proponeany
KiBsistMBB FLORIDA of woman' claim to a voice I In the .' certified check for Five Hundred letfaUtlve measure and twenty-live ((25): ) new -barn wagon and buggy sheds attention.
.I ? government Laying her hand on his Dollars payable to the Treasurer of n..r centum shall have the right to proponeaniBmlmentR and all under good new fence. Fine
said shaLl. each bid.
City. accompany to the Constitution by petltlou.
'w, arm she looked up Into his face and same to be forfeited by the successful and every such petition shell include the lull location for small truck garden -or I OBERT G. JOHNSTON

aid, "I beg of you to be the emancipator bidder In case of failure to comply tex' of the measure proposed : poultry ranch. This is a fine proposition - ,
.. $1 $2 Acre r Month with the term of said successful. bid. (1"1: > The ascend power reserved ia tho Referelioum. where one will have the free-
or of woman as Lincoln was the Reasonable bond will be of
per per required 'and It rosy be ordered, except SM to dom of the
: emancipator of the slave." He was not contractor.The Uua 100cotsary for the Immediate preservation. country yet close enough; ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEd
I, right In roBerxrd to reject any of public i>eace.' health and safety either i bv to enjoy all the advantages; of the
_' Bsiy a Sanfford _I.ry f.r. Flowlsi: arts resembling Lincoln no much In those and all bidsAddress petition signed;; by twenty ((20)) per centum of city, such as splendid high! school, 1>.."t.
< cslaraa tsod. Hablrrlcalloa.flaw days as he Is at present and he remained all bids to the "Council of the leiHl. Voter., or by the Legislature; T FLORIDA
-re'i: ., good. . i. srovsa district the City of KlBHlmmee." care of J. H.Ullhcrl. \44j The percnntNge of legal voters hereinbefore markets (churches etc. Price, $1500.( __
.0' latsrast. wstsr sad rail trasisportattosi. totally unmoved by her ap- Clerk. Klsslmmcc. Kla.. cOaled' fchall be based upon (be total number 24-tf II. M. Breaker & Co. I.UIIIS C HASHKV
Oar lltwral coNtract allows alz.ysamtp peals. By order of Council. of vot a cast si the lad general election, Late: Counsel for T. PICTON WASLOW
j Title Bond 6i Oasrantes Dated, October 15th. A. 1) 1912 for the state officer receiving the. highest hun Florida It. It. C Judge of ths I
_, .. foOl" at luolt tattoo Farm for Sale omm. Criminal CourtjASSEY
: 4.1-lrr 1 J. 11. UII I'HT. I.IT of VoteS cant e ;

_ _ _ _ Shortly before he left the White 43-31 Clerk City of Klsalmmee (">; All .petltloiiH Hiibniitt4Mi under Ihe power Located on good road &
House several offlceru of the National of the lulllntlve, ahall be know n an InltiailvuPelitloui. ] [
'u- -- _
his 1'.I'I.a"I'U"U"! II.KIIKH! OKKI ." and be Hied with the secretary: from city limits, good five-room
Suffrage association realizing : ...:( "1'10'\. of Hmle not lean: than four ((4)): iiiontha prooeavdingtlie ceiled house large new barn thirty ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS/
i -- - - date of thu election at which tile
great Influence on public opinion, I
acres land, twelve of which IK cultivated ]- AT LAW .
Notice IH luTcliy fil\-n that In purXxuimcc 'iiojtMiireH ho proi,.ofie '.; made one last effort to have him : of H..t Ion 2ltfi of the 011"1',1, and, all |petItions: submitted' tinder the power; of sixty y.oung orange ahdgrapefruit Practice in all the Courts of the Htats and of
The speak a favorable word lie came Into StitluleB of the Stat of "Florida the j the Keferendnm shall be known' aa rU-fi-rwii- trees, seventy-five peach the United Stale. also before the FIoridaQ.
follnuini I ; jteTMonB were appointed. I In- dun P.U..ud. shall be filed with tbencrreturv road Commlaiildn. and the Interstate :
the of the executive office Csmmeres
outside lobby si>c'tois and Clerks of( the Election I nf ritateuot more tban sixty /6\01\ > dHjm trees some plum and pear trees, one Cnmminaton.11IICHARi.KjiTUN.

required them to state their business in the vnrlntix 'DlHtilrlK to serve at alter the dual adjournment of the aeSHlon of good family horse, one buggy! one I i.
j I. TLANTASEMIWEEKLY thi n..II..1, Klcctloii' to I be held TUCBIH the Legislature, which .....11 have I paaxed the. two sets Bi.K5. ORLANDO. FLA.
!before the crowd to harness chickens
waiting see wagon fifty :II.r.lVNURE ( /
< > November Ibe Ifth. Nlnetpdil ineannre to which the referendum la applied ___
him and would hardly give them a Twelve the HlliiK of a Heffrouduni Petition against ten head cattle and all tools neces-

I chance to speak but kept saying 00 I'U"'I\"I'. \O. i-Ki'm' shall any Hem. or Section the ol remainder any act or of resolution ouch measure sary to cultivate place. A bargainat \\ JOHNSON
fl. \\ AKhlon J.V SlinpHon. 11 N. not prevent $2,500. Write us for terms.
and get another state. He shruggedhis from becomIng effective;
Ill-fitton 1 itNltectoi' H. I* K. Yowell 36-tf H. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
amendment the Con Breaker Co.
to M. &
(h'l Anyineaaure or .
shoulders and turned his heel Clerk
atitullon Dropoaed under the. Initiative and Will Practice in all Courts
?rJOURNAL .'U"\"I': : a XIIIM.I.K.: ( -II KICK.H. .
and then they said "If we will get upa any measure to which the Ueferendum la applied State and Federal
: II. Howard. W. Jv,')'. WalterMroriHuii. shall be referral. to a \oteoI the (IU.Lo. For Sale
will that
of million .
petition a name. flbojoeCtols! \\' I,.. Monclcy lied electors. of the State, and ahall become a Splendii team of 5 and 6 i Office adjoining Broadway
Influence you?" "No" he replied "not .'l.m. k. ,law when approved. by a majority of the vou mares Citizens Bank Kissimmee
I-HK4 I.M.-T: !\O. a- AHI-HKI.I_ rant thereon and man proclamation ol the years old well broke kind and gen- _..
Jhe Biggest Newspaper one particle. I n y Johnson. J F.. O'Herry.V.. \V. Governor and not otherwise; tie; also wagon and double harness. --- -- ----- .

: That wa In 1909. The next year a Clark. inspectors: \\' H. Clerk. I (7)) xI.t: veto power of the Governor. shall Enquire of Nelson Realty Co., John p. H. JENKINS R. a. WOODUAM

I : 1'i. in the South letter from him wa read at an anti. """J'INO.: *-".... (1.01 I). not* approved to Initiative bv a majority or Referenda of the qualified measure H. Payn. 25-tf

suffrage meeting In the Berkeley thea (Ie9rgW.. Jon.... T N. Farr. U Vol.JOorria. elector ; JENKINS & WOODHAM
JII..I..tors I | ; J. Starr .AndeVson, ("I) The reservation of the power of the
New In which he said "I ,
ter. York. :
I of The Atlanta Clerk.. ) Initiative and Referendum in this Article Modern Up to Date Home
-"f'b' regular pnce am very tepid on woman suffrage." I'llKCINCT '\(m. 5. shall not deprive the Legislature of the right. No. SURVEYORS

.t Semi-Weekly Journal i I. 75 The cause of woman' enfranchisement .- J K. Dont-Kan. M. 1) SImmons. A. to repeal any law propose, or P.ib."t'J: ::, six-room 464.-$3500.-, modern
Kuhanks. In.pectur.V.. 11. Nettles, ure. which may be cottage bath lavatory hot Kissimmee
: eenta a ;year. If you will send ua ha no more. Implacable enemy Clerk. dilution of the State and of the United Stales i iV and cold water, electric lights beautiful FloridaMONEYBROKER

jour order, you Fan get than the Outlook[, and Mr. Roosevelt HKC1NCT !\O. a. visions( ) The for Legislature oarrylug.; into shall effect make tbe auitab-e provisionsof pro- expensive mantels, new furniture

I. on the editorial staff. Last February A. 1':. Pass John H. Hiilml.-n.* H. W. this Section nice rugs.. House furnished.. complete

: file 'I Rlsslmmee he had In that magazine a ten- Clerk.SlmmoriB. Inspectors;. XX U. Clodwln. That Section. Sixteen. ((16) of sold Article. ready for occupancy. Large lot 83x
k Three. (Z> shall be amended so as to read. follows V
- column article entitled "Woman' I'HBCISKT >0. 7.W. : 147H. feet on which is 20 full bear :

,: Right," but the only right considered I' Ovrrhlll. A. C. WrIght James Section 16. Each law enacted whether by ing orange trees. Located in three
; ;i Valley Gazette Durrancc. Inspectors; l1..orgeV..lker., the Legislature or by the people under the IntiaUvr. and a half blocks of the office New York Syndicate will Finance! :
/ .was that of the suffrage. The article Clerk. shall embrace but one subject snd post Ralii'.ada. Water Elsetrle. Mining Tln -
r'- PKBCINCT Ml. connected Uteiewlth. which on beautiful Verona street in the her Irrigating. .
: wa uch an excellent exposition of K. matter properly very Bonds. Stooka. 9100.
.1h.: F. anbjeot ahall bs briefly expressed in the title, best neighborhood. Call and let 000.bOsndu. P. tt.THOMAaON. .
Hill Henry Evans
it .+. M. D. Tin-
: the attitude of who do not .
(. I women dall. Inspectors James C. and no law sbsll be amended or revised' to Its show Sou. Rsprsssntatlvs. KIBWMHBB. Pin,
; Tlson. Clerk. us this beautiful
: wish to vote that the Anti-suffrage a- I Il IN WITNESS title only I ; but In such case the sot as revised" you home. ,
.3 ml Wee1 : : WHEREOF; We here-
: > fltlanta published st length. 24-tf H. M.
"'. C Journal : tion. In this article he dl.trtbu-I .. Acting Chairman. That Mention Seventeen ((17) of said Article
: Attest: Three ((5)) shall be amended so read as foliows -
"In our western *tate where the suffrage '
R. Q. No. 464.-It certainly is -
JOHNSTON. exasperating
has been ranted to I Section 17 Every bill passed by the Lefts.
: women am
: : ;..' both ea.*> :3r: -avr 43t. Clerk Circuit Court Ia,..... ball Be> read by Its title on IU flrat : to see an opportunity of making: KIMBE'R1
{'1t \ .,. ''unable to *ee that any great dltr..1| - ---- reading la either House unless .-' rdf big, quick money, and then not be E. S.

Once hat been cauaed a. compared NOTICE. the members .present desire It read by sec able to take hold of it. We can't "

t FOR, ONIY$1.75' ,:-'with' neighboring state" I Kissimmee. Fla.. Oct. days tiona., unless Kvairy; two-thirds bill.ball be ef read the on members three several present buy all the good things we see, and we Hued McBalrcr of '.

; : And yet Just four month. after this Notice I. hereby given that 17.the when such bill may be rending shall deemIt are willing to. pass them along to
II IT:: k.* I_- if '.publication when Mr. Roosevelt bad books of Osceola County will ftlrcoll.ctlon expedient to dispense) with this rule. Every our friends. Here's. sure one-r-
( open bill shall be read by Us-sections on lu second Watches! Clocks I t
I i:1 definitely decided to make the contest on November first. I am reading and on lu final passage, unless on its 113 acres all platted and ready for '

1 Ddpn Youir SiibSctlP4 -- ".,'for the presidential nomination, all hla A now discount ready of to 1 furnish per cent tax will statement be allowed . second Ia reading the House two-thirds where of such the bill membersprssest may bs ale in five and ten acre tracts, located / : : I.

..r Vcruple. about forcing suffrage on a on all taxes paid durIng the monthof pending shall deem It expedient to dispense within 1 % miles of our passenger Jewelry;. Et-c. i :
-.tI6i b1gbtyT t" November. In writing bout taxes wits this rule. Ths vote on tbe final passage depot, on and in close proximity to ;, I
; ; 1 qtlle aad Indifferent majority' ran- always furnish description of .
: your of every bill or Joint resolution shall be taken the best hard road in Osceola '
; 00 U: tlt.. .. ., Atoned In thin.air because a million and property. by yeas see nays, to be entered on the Journalof county.We CITIZENS. BANaVBLD'Q I ; I .
.. ''' C. I* BANDY. each.House; Provided. That any general revision are offering the tract in a bodyat GROthD .
.... half had rotes and the '
'f already oolo-
,T.tWt r'- 41-7U Tax: Collector.FOR of the sitlre laws embodied IB any bill .a. very attractive price. No further FLOOR I i !i '
. ..lWt."' ![_ wan ."them, and be knew theyves1dn't shall not be required; so bs read by sections. ,
,n.:: w..L. ._, stand for .. .. abovt upon lu flnsl passage ,,&Its .reading...' be expense necessary to ;place it on KISSIMMEE FLORIDA..iJ" 1
.0. BENT for
al :
aay sign" .
... p at thUofffe wholly dispensed with by a two-third vote.A. the market in qmall$ ) tract*, :1SeerpL '
I V 10.ewttt* .....: .majority of tbs' awm srs "reseat ,.sacb 24-tf: II. M/Breaker: : ,, :1""'. t-, qi SM xt :Hfi, i11 t : l."f .

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER::25,.,112.,, y THE KISSIMMEE: VALLEY GAZETTE. \:'' .. I. PAGE, 'U.. ''a"

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....... ......... ,I Lion- of 1,000 pvunda should be made 4ii nMIMIMIIMIIil- ..It't "
tested Proved difference y'.
to' the
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and .1
the, early ip-t.ljf, Art I th t--ue nd 1 1t "
locomotive ,and the ORANGE CENTER. I of t ,ine same amount after tho fruit
*Freabneu arwdU as high grade quality .Plovement"7- .. : t I ing season ill'cvorV the commercial&, OUR FA'LL.OATALOQ
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Call for what you want in the I patch should be'cultivated c'O'Ithiually : IS NOW RBADY '"

GROCERY LINE Mung r.-Land"Co.,. of Orange del j to after eonservethe the fruiting over in Some or" :. :SEND FOR YOUR' -

have recently set aside a tract allow the .
] J growers bed to grow up to; -
near Lake Ruby, had it cleared 'weeds, during the latter, part of the
built A fine cottage, and I season and these weeds serve at a'' COPY-TN'i3rothers j :
Installed ,Mr., W. A. ,Spenee, *n 1 mulch during th r winter. .1 y -
gardener, a* manager' In the home 'garden, the
will be known a*, Lake View I should be kept work. and free! '
and used 'a* a demonstra from,weeds, and the., spring mulch\1 r 1f! htyp wt s nterol'ulP or't'
Less than three months 'when set as close a*one foot to the j .
I ,piece of land was in its wild runners sho.ld not, be. .allowed totake ) y'' '
plenty of pine and palmetto root, and the bed, 'should be I, 7nlpa'.Florjda., 10 t
1 i y on it.., There U now growing run for: two or three year,,and.
tomatoes,' cabbage another one:started. then, lillllllilMI III Mill i n 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iii* ,T Ti

onion, lettuce beets and In order to insure healthy "plants .. ----.-.,.- 41U ,...
all looking healthy and vigi i and good berries three or four sprayings .," "
and bid fair to an abundant I with Bordeaux:! mixture should ''
One toots to stop the 1 be made during the season. I'
other Strains to stop the surely another proof what Every home should have its strawberry '
soil will do for you with a lit patch for it is one of the most I I 'J
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forethought and common luscious fruit sot i :
early spring. Isaac
DIBBLE & SON TOOT The proprietor heartily invites Walton once said of this fruit I', Kbrrect SIrapeV .
visit Lake View Gardens when "Doubtless God could have made a I j ,r,
Center. better berry,'but doubtless God never : ,
Stop your autos, McDonald came to Orange did.-Prof. T. H. McHatton. in the lin jaB8* f T-I --2.j., J','
'1 Motorcycles, one day last week and reported Southern Ruralist. I i
'., bear had killed a pig near his '
I DR. WM. HARPEROSTEOPATH' Aeroplanes, that morning. The boys of the The fact that you have two ears and IS Ae- ,j
Buggies, 'Wagons quickly prepared for a bear but one tongue is a gentle reminderyou T J ::1-, ''
Footsteps so there were ten men all more I should tell only one-half of what .. "I,
hear.-Ex. a. 74)I nT EJr "
equipped with guns, together, you t fiTi .
STECIALIST INCHRONIC'DISEASES At Our nine, dogs went forth to capture W I
After a short and excit- I
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the bear climbed a tree. A OSCEOLA COUNTY i! '?AMZfaii ,'- 'll/ ,
For the best directed shots from Mr. Ar- ;
I CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE: Fresh Beef, Prescott's 30-30 brought him to REPUBLICAN. TICK'ET. "'
and he was soon dispatch- -4- r j lf! "
Pork ;
f' TUESOA YS. THUHSDA VS.SA TUROA Ya. Lamb, Mr.jBronson.: For Member of the House of Representative , I r h I ;,0) 4 I
and Rait Meats, John Johnson was a business 1
!: jo !
in Kissimmee Thursday.
sage and Ham.RULL i 1 I !: ;
... .. and Mrs. Harry Gilchrist and CAPT. CLAY JOHNSON. Kissimmee.
PHONE: :760 - ORLANDO.,1a.J -- and Mr. Hollis spent Sunday 2)Our .J l I
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Couch, County Treasurer: I ,;;' ,
Lake. M. H. PORTER. - Kissimmee. '
T. L. Bibbs, of Chicago, III., ;,
.Jk.VWj.iJS.jt- >4.a.... in Center : : '
''i Orange Saturday to County Judge: ," i't"
4 M. TILLER a I after his business interests here. O. J. TOMLINSON. - S\ Cloud. \ Ad .'
Center school opened in the
-- -- -- school building just complet- Sheriff: IN IN V "I I
5 Real Estate Agency. October 16, with nineteen pupils ; '
1' f The pupils gathered WARREN KING. - Kissimmee. Tliis Paper 5

..............................:. ; IRi1TONE T almost every State in the Union repre-, Clerk of the County Court: II

IC Realty bought and sold. L unite in harmony with but a j. M. ANDERSON St. Cloud. Because we want all the men in .
'ion cause-that of advancement. ,
4 Houses rented. t LADIES' AND some difficulty has been experi- town to know about KORRECT '
Taxes paid and Titles ver- Made to I in getting books and supplies Assessor of Taxes: I SHAPE Shoes. We feel sure I
ified for non-residents. '0 school we hope to be in full FRANK B. MUNSELL. St. Cloud. that, beside being the most

Fire Life and Accident In- also soon. stylish and the best fitting,
Tax Collector
w Center being new and of : II
surance. Cleaning rod__Repairing growth, the cities around hav- I fcl1C
A Jv1. DOUGHTY. St. Cloud j
'LtndemOltv Bond: V 1 I -- as well acquainted with us .1- are the longest wearing .
,.A.'vwrwk I will in the next year or two. Superintendent of Schools: j 0 shoeetM can be bought- ,
LOUIS A. the completion of the fine large for the money. .' "
DR. C. S. COOPER St. Cloud./
building we have made a long I
PUBLIC ACCOUNT forward toward prosperity and County Commissioner: LKT US PHUVK: 0. .,

BrinK that baby to j AUDITOR may their children The new ar-j J. F*. BULLARD. - St. Cloud. ' IT '

WILDER'S STUDIOand at once, upon coming here and :I
School District No. 3
Commercial and :
Municipal the drawbacks incident to life
see what a pretty photographyou -- -- newly settled country is removed. J. O. McNEW - St. Cloud. I
can get of it. Hours from school house is 24x40 with a 1''
Incorporated -
8 a. m. to 4 p. m. International ceiling, lathed and plastered and Justice of the Peace: I .J I

.......O..OOOOOOO.O..O.OO Detroit.P. comfortably seat lis. The B. F. RALLS. - St. Cloud. ,
I Society, faces of those already in at-

w XISSIMHEE.. 0 III JH FU : and give toil and necessary promise assurance of to that future erect the such ad-ex- C. V. KENNEY.Constable- : St. Cloud.! L. M. WHIDDEN & CO... ; T Tr (

will not have been in vain. ,!
If yon wish to buyAutomobile a. Advertisement 42-4t. '
building is work of r ,
Proprietor'I entirel'lthe Cen- ___ _____u_ _ ____ .. ______ "
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which Mr. Leon J. Munjrer "
\f you want a a very important part. Maurice -_.
who will teach the school is a

BARGAIN,In .? of several years experience is the mi in question and should always be,' ;
the co-operation of the
Or bare a.tOlD.bileRepaired pa-
yow ORANGE!: will no doubt do credit to the I IS THE TITLE GOOD ? answered by a disinterested authority.

He is from the North, having .
or land to grow several places in Stark and ,.
counties, North Dakota. *
will search and examinethe title to the land which you are adout to purchase in I.: .

Oranges and Strawberries. Osceola County, or elsewhere in'Florida, and if found to be good will guarantee : .,, 2f'I 1i$ I'' ,

Get la 1 now time to set out the straw you against los.,by reason of mortgages, liens unpaid taxes and adverse claims.,,' ,. :"t!, J. i"" ,,1

>ftetY| Grapefruitsee, patch, if berries are expected I' It la our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments Imperfect -.?. ;..'.,j, :fl: '!'
it next spring; of course, the titles. accomplish this by a the records and the issue .'t 'J),I ;- ," .' \

GRIFFIN'SGARAGE can be set out in the early of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of Title.I ;' ,
l I but when planted so late as .. ,
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it isxjll-advised to allow them ,.' II
I I H II I I I I I I I I I I I the same season. For the I I The Title Guarantee Company does a General Abstract Business throughout the State of Florida

garden, it is best to put them Abstract to City and County Property made end delivered on short noticeTITLE
and small be ,
Election a crop may ,
i Night the table during the following I'- . --

out a good friable loamy soil ,
Full and Ciptlal Stock SIOO OOO OO - -
has plenty of organic matter in

Sprigg Flemfng l NATIONAL ELECTION,STATE plow it deeply; the organic CARROL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary V. R. JUL>HON, Treasurer .
may be improved and helped TOOMER& REYNOLDS, General Counsel '

SPECIAL WESTERN-- under a good dressing of Home Office, Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. Branch! Office, Kissimmee Fla. .
manure plowing '
LEWIS O'BRY Kismmrtiee Branch
AN. Manager ,
direct to Hall. the bed up in good shape and .
PRESSING Cigars. Pipes and the rows. For a small patch, I -
DYEING "< Refreshment : garden the plants may be set
MUSIC AND foot apart; on a large scale, it --- '
REPAIRINGLeave Ticket $1.00 : to put them in rows three i
feet apart and about one toot 1_ (
ImpuuIIIIsuIIIII in the row; this wide planting It,
word rt house and clotheswill
my allow for the setting of the run-
be lied and returned.
, Cp lor
and the forming of a matted
I during the following summer,
satisfaction Guaranteed the fruiting season is past.
DANCING sure that the plants that are r ra ri
are young ones; do not use a
,. under direction
that has dark-colored roots;
best ones are those formed from i
DOING IS WORTH atFIREMEN'S set during the summer, and i ii

DOING WELL. { nthey are dug their roots will be I- ,
U our motto first last and all tho healthy yellow. After the )
I ... time. If your carriage, or wagon Monday Evenings.. - : is in shape, it is an easy thing ,
Thursday : strawberries. Drive spade
U in our estimation not worth the a
cost of repairs we'll tell you so LESSONS FIFTY the ground as deeply as possi
frankly; if it is worn the expense the plant is to be set, and
we will guarantee both. Our estimate Private instructions if the spade to one side
of the cost costs you nothing. special rates. the hole; spread out the roots
yon need only ak.i plant and place it in the hole;
the spade and put it in the .
a fe winches to one side of
hole and press it toward the ,
then press the ground around
plant with the feet. Set the v
The New so the crown will be just about
nwith the surface of the round. ..
the bed is finished, it is a
plan to give it a good mulch
i with barnyard manure; if this
it ft and the ground was in I good you want to look'ot or buy the cheapest Farm Implements in town
at planting time, the use of
fertilizer can be. cu urin- for themoney.just drop around to the Osceola Hardware Com
DARLINGTON A Fo rlarge field planting in

section, it is not necessary to pany. Good goods, big values, square dealings. '
Make. as ,.the plant until they are .
ready to fruit, and then it is .
BREAD mainly to keep the berries clean L ." '

t prevent the ground being packed .
.Lr aw r hard at picking time pine straw ;
; .
isWAGONS BUILT TO ORDER. PIES other type of litter will serve '<' ,, J Oj, ..,,'.
purpose here, as the commercial ';.' .
BLACKSMITHING AND is supposed to have been ..
in the later winter or very ..,
spring before the plants began
f HORSESHOEINGSatisfaction Osceola
a* any Bakery in Hardware Co.uq -
\. good fertilizer for general use .
strawberries should run about '
J or Honey Refunded. per cent ,phosphoric acid, 4 per 'I! : ."
; .
r.-; :.., J. H. REED, : nitrogen and 8 per cent potash," ,\...'
and about a ton to the acre: should I ? "- ;.
f J ,.' J L, DANM N. be used annually; the Brat oppllca-

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... -.. --'-- -. ... fife d. Kt.I..e... .. 1 ements j
'!Ii .aI $ five t* C.............. tt* .--I- .
( II' .ItoBioval of llKllfllBH wltbl. I,
!fi. "..It.. .
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fr< il .>P. TMH (....., Of"* KIK11MIS 1 "."8"1__._ taa.rte ..445"f .""id.d+"''''''''... n.-" + .-a -

Ay FaIt Clothing l 1. Tb.. KM-tlwa ,. I C..u. _.....\ .\
Distinctive ..
.....1 eI. lbe CIT of
l KI..I_..... Klorlda. l.e ail ....d. _. I .
.. t.,nrmm .. fellows _ ."

$ tooth"I<5,. except No hulldlnir.gout :sulwtvntiatl shed tent brink or,. FOR"SALE:. : ..1, / FOR. RENT <-

{ E r i For Men and Young Men x concrete Ire,hall limits be erected or of this artificial or City.placet stone The within" !walla building the, of :FUR SALE-Pair mares weight 2600. j FOR. RENT_Eight room furnished

85-tf ,
J. W. Miller.
r all bulldlnars hereafter erected within house WwO' blocks from Broadway
!Ii' $ the lira limits::: shall b thickness' ; for IvuildliiKS of one 'story FOR SALE OR RENT-New housein Cytty: 41r5tp t
$ lot less twelve Inches for buildnKa
F !Ii' than ; Lily's addition also pine-room
of two dories the first story not ; r
!Ii $1 less than twelve I Inches and the ...c- house' on Mabbette street. Enquire {, FOUR NICE' IroOIWS far:-rent All
>nd lens than twelve Inches.For lock box 623 Kisslmmee. 42-3tp'
1i 1\\ $ 1 buildings: j, 'ftDde"'eollV'tl1i.' Address.
the firstitory
$ not lees than three sixteen atorJeai'Inch,.. the T. B, Pra, hex.276. KisaUnmee'41tf
second story not less than twelve FOR SALE-Central Fish ...Market] !I
i There's flit air of real distinction and inches, and the third story not leas niantwelve good paying business for aural investment I D WELL1NOS :
for rent apply to TitFWKiREVT
It i : Inches: and all party: wall.,built sickness of M. -
owner reason
; ,
clothes show- J for the use of more than one owner -tsp. I
yt individuality about the we are $ shall not bn less than four inches for selling: Enquire Jno. SaunsVtra. _
thicker than above requirements.. No Kissimmee. 4,1, M '
ifi x ' lug this seusolt. lit addition to the certainty t'iof building: erected one hundred feet ln -Two modern Hats, with

Y; sound ol1-wool materials, careful hand $ limits length J Jor unless shall be provided erected. with In said !fire FOR SALE-ISSOO" will buy a -tuable Gazette all city conveniences. '; ply at the
.i 95r atone or concrete lire wails of property in the heart of Kiasim- 2O-tf
4 aUld style-- uo..oltteed by :thickness mentioned In thla ,...blllCk'l mee now paying about 14 'per.-eent. ,
: tailoring .
proper .
=: ind at Intervals ton. hundred B1CR RENT
.. on the above amount. Enhancingin ORSAJl..E-TwGo-atory store
ind the
roof of every: building .
the makers and e1veM--You COlt see for $ therein shall t>tt of slate ills, cia. tin value every day. H. M.vgseaker buildir s on Black street North Kinsiramea. -; 'f*.
-y; :or other incombustible material to be &: Co. 89t i I ./ H. C. Stanford! 2>tf
yourself flint these new suits oud overcoats tare improved by tho t'lly CViunrll Provided f
!Ii that It shaLL bit unlawful ..... erect orconstruct
attractive oppen..ouce. : a small addition not to ..-- FOR SALE-Seventy-five acre high I'ORRZNT-A modem 3.-room flat
of unusually .
!Ii xy1 reed ten by fifteen fret In the ..,nr of class pine land. Ten dollar per with all city oonwniencja. Apply to.

!Ii j brick Iprlal"Any store with nontmnhustlble tna- acre. Adjoining land inferior) now I W. B. Harm Giette office. tf

person' firm or corporation selling at twenty per acres 1% ,
SCHLOSS BROS. CLOTHES x ;violating this. suctlt i. shall upon c"nI'lctlon miles front railroad. No agent '' FOR RENT: -Ab t 8 aeeM,.tJ ftrotmdj
L. thereof' bo punished by a line
Fla. 41-tf
'iX: not less than Twrnty-flve Dollara Box 431,1 KJssimmee, i and 5-roonx house .convwaienti
x fi''V more than Five Hundred Dollar., for truekingi raising chickens ands

be bou ht' in town only ot tlliM store.t i iIi IIr by Imprisonment for not lees than. FOR SAL ,.-Fine large gu.&vas l.OO-j{ handy to. school and church, W*
can ten days nor more than sixty days or
+ 91 "i >' both such fine and Imprisonment"re per crater' R. G. Haskinst Winter* also..have- some spleadid .:tmcldnc--

SUITS and OVERCOATS: $15.00 oud up. $ :< $ Uesjpral OrdlnaisMvs ..( the Cltr of with theim Nelson Rgltp Cbp Jtt..
P Kli.'_._ Flort.... bemtmrmmrm .. FOR SALS; ,-480 acres of, 1'Iendi4-$ sinomce. Flat. ,
o $ .. te read .. follows246. land within 2% miles-o.. the city

$ No building except, of the limits.,convenient to .n other railway I
y3 haracter aa speetnvd l In "Section 245if
91 [ the Ociieral rdlnanrt.*s of the City station- . and marl road. This I
9 .f: Klsalmmre Florida, shall be moved property ia excedingly cheap, goad I
from Its present location within the pine dand, and will bit Dow.n.ittg: ; QeoJty., Co..sell
are limit's of said City to any other lo-
x MORE FURNISHINGS nllon within said tin- limits Neitherthall on favorable terms ot'' paymast.l I 1U'0VOS.' .

I any building 1 h. moved from any Nelson Realty Co.:....KI "if"l..l g'*
J location outalilc the fire limits to any ..
$ oration within the lire limits,
$ mid building ,In uf the ,' unl..1 Co. ittrvates. .
: Doweling Realty 4 Vti.FiJRNISBED .
T, $ A. large and cO.11preheusivcol1ection of Fall tfiY6 iuccinil' In .Meet I mi 245 aforesaid) No -- .-
person[ Inn( ol. corporation shall add' .
Soft Hats and De..bie !t-f :tn[ build upon or .....n..r..llImprov..., correspondencewith I for renticard
iu Stetson for sate' the
Headwear .r change 'anbulldliiK. within flulty those interested at Goaatte dlb.FOR'RIBNT8everal.emaUltradta.
hi Ire limits with mnterlnl other than
Yt Some snappy hoes, Shirts and Neckties. IM, Bie<,IHfrt In Section Z4ft. aforeaaldVn .. in Florida. Our inlor- of
person or .rp..tlon( \
thin ,Section. shell, upon toilctlonIn | motion is reliable. I excellent trucking load some with
$ : .
!Ii I n of. li.. .punished by a flue not leas splendid flowing wells can be- had
t hun Twenty -five Dollars l than 4 -tfBOAIU .
nor more
OIl shares of ,
$ or cash rest
crop a*
;i 6'a hh'l 1 t lI..n.I.1|| | .liollars 01 i ImprlHon--
''i .. ,tl. lit r" not 1 IfNH hull till ll,l\ H III nunIhan I' ::= ;; :; I desired. NEL3QN JRCALTT: CO.
!h : .
/ $ I HlXt, .1,,, H or I" .bulh. nut 1 hIII.! > I have opened my }.wise for .
__ ml. mill I laonp"nt l'r<*\iilltiK( h..w. the winter .season, and am ready to -- --
--- --- ; \. I Unit .it shall IM' I iHUflll to .dor. I
-- : < r
-- ------- --- ..... take l boarders either transient or
----- , . ,
--- I ''' ''''" mid..._10 rand WASTED
. , -- T{ ,,1_ plv .lid _<:<"nmmr.dAlions.
I I. I.l \ fifteen f..1 In I 110. n' <<
t ;tlitU aln-e. with HOIK. .unibus0hlc'. >l -r i $1.50 a day; s; c,:ial rates far legu-
$ I I. i'lxierlos laibo rders. Mrs. C. V. Bcarden. WANTE1>-At ;,Dee. an IncuBator: 50
% .. 1 Ml.. Or.llnancrn.. or psrtsf i i' Couro JIausc. 41 it to 25O capacity must be ingoad
lirli nan es. In ronlll t brrr its( Opposite eggs ,
I Ix lie. Mini I... some are. berrl.> teat I conditio.v and at a U>w cash
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CO. i iKISS.IMMEE .....I..d. .. price. Box ET3, Kiaainunue SOtf
i H.C.STANFORD 1",01 .. nisi and situml, 1 tin,. ,.,,.nilItasHeil FOR SALE-A -' u. bargain. :35! reii
: l I.\ .1 unanimous ..L, this (rd Thread cement fence pout: and 260
1,1, \ of ,Si ,pit'into r. ,\ .1) nl12 cypress fence .poets. A. B. Jarrell, r.OST-one jeweled Phi Delta Pheta

II M m FLORIDA I'r. sldent of (Council I'm IVm veward will be paid. G. A. Carson.
ri rut <.1 .J I It tiri.KKKT'li . FOR SALE-One 2-cylinliler. 20-h. n 40 tf.Downing.
rk of the 1.1t! ) of KlHnlnim.
!Ii "' 1. marine engine; weight 27f Ibs. U: .. -- -
\IIIHMI| | .'d| tMn Jinl: day of nztvbvri. E. Mattock, 43tf .
$1YiYiYiYiYiYiYi V I I. 1012 1 I : ,.
i :N; C I1UYANM.iM.r .
; y1y1y1y1y1 YiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYi 1 of tin. l'ltof. Ki; alninii-i. FOR SALE-,.17 acres of land adjoining
.;onon; ioll..lyl1yt1171y1 -- -- -- -- fleet th ,
t -- --. -- --- --
acre: bearing orange, grove, allifiood ; City Hropenty.i -.
---- --- I "UTn'" TO I>H(>I'KHTUWNHHBV -- orange land but about 5-acre. I II
Vote Worth $50. i CONTRACT SIGNED which i -.
Games Eipensire. is tower ground very rich
Olympic: to .'<. tkr 0.. .... of Heal GSatkre Abvtdstvupon i
of the recent Olympic A would-be American applied tbe mtrrrt or Yard .. !Mret and prouaotive finefor t o.dcintrand
The promoters a Massachusetts court for naturalizt- I fOR SIDEWALK( WORK: rorrlbvd Below.. !. the OUr of HisImmre. .. fanning. This property: cans __ *4>tf.
ry games in Stockholm, Sweden lost tion papers. "How much is a vote I....... of 0...+..., mmm a..t..f be had at n liaroram price and on I FOR RENT siena hr
flortosi sale at this'
The income from the stadium the judge. "Oh, ) ,
propounded Wehave
243000. worth In pursuance of the following. rosolu- favorable terms 3C"payment office 19.-centa ealdt.
y including season tickets was I'm told about $50 responded the | (ion. adopted by the Council ot the many other Oosirable propositions I
would-be. He did not get his papers. CONTRACTOR BROWN WILL COLLECT staid City of Kissimmee. on ttis livid that we w the
of ANTIJD-Octplltu"
the number
day Smiths'Magazine
about 270000. On lay of October, A. D. I.". vii
marathon $22,788 was taken in at the lost and soon FORCE AND MA- ...-..,,-. to parties, who are looking for nn I ; S.. da Triplett, Valley
is art
and adding to this the season Parsimony a 'Vii JlHEAEI. the work of grading, curbing excellent location, wheve they can Gazette.Wi1N'rElkPb'sitien.
gate the total receipts the word will vanish from the lexi- TERIALS. and paving that port of Ruby! Avenue grow fine citrus fruit, vegetablesand
for day;
tickets r
between m. point fifty-nine feet '
were $34,128, which is the largest sum con. Southeast of Broadway and the City .have advantages. of high school I. to lo k-. after
taken in Sweden for a public af- dock has been completed; and food churches. Nelson Itealty orange grove, by l11anl th fourryears'
Swedish government will Over 50 lightships are stationed Manager R. II. Brown, of Savannah ANI WHKHKAH. the total cost of Co..Over CitizW: Slat,.Soak. Kissimnee wrWr JlftCe.: Good references
fair. The said work I I. 16.04*.14. and the totalfrontape .
make good the loss to the promoters. around the English whose for company the sidewalks secured the remained contract in i of abutting!: lota liable to Fla. : Add'e4i1l UC..A..Burrows...Campbell;,.
laying 'I liens for said cost la 2.016 feet; FLb. , 44-ltpFtsrnisheE \
Kissimmee after the Council meetingat I AND WHEREAK the amount of lien I FOR' SALE-Ellven acre farm all t

.,anaa} which the contract was awarded per front foot of said loa la It dOO'lot. cleared, five acres: fenced and in high Reoms For Rent Ctfda I \
I to the. I AND WHKHKAH all of state of cultivation good for sale ak trIM I
II long enough get necessary papers have been duly assessed for the pro aew one- I Gazette oQtce.I .
LJ I signed and to arrange for the \ portionate cost of such .treet Improve room house about fifteen bearing ._ !
bond which his company ia to give. :irtent. excepting' ;. the abutting propertdescribed r orange trees, about fifty young ---- - --- -- (

.: I I The bond was fixed at 3000. The betow.REHOLVEf) tha the. City of Klsslm- grape front i figs sad pear trees. MISCELLANEOUSWAJJE /
contract was duly signed by Mayor rare hereby clalma and will hold llni Th s is an exceptionally good pieces I I

: .. I N. C. Bryan and Mr. Brown departedto for the above work In the amount land 0\3\ the cvops now growing \
KISSIMMEE stated belovon' the following describelots d! the.tuner. Url .
collect\ materials and organize a of land on said Ruby Avenue 1 Ir on it wiH show. Only about' mile I

I force: of workmen. 'i said City:: ot.K!!.''!'!"..... !:>.e.olnf''' !'- from city limits.._ $1,100,00. taken. i ' i
.. I A large concrete mixer: which will '.iy. HCate or riorina nourn FlnridaRailroad crop arst all. Ctewning, Realty Co. I I44tf MEET me at KuHimnie Drug ceo and

be operated by power will be broughtto way uf Atlantic Oompany'a Coast Survey Line Right Railroad' ot- I we will get a drink of the Bret soda

Kissimmee and put up as the first Company between blocks 17 and 22- I water made. 31-tf.
SALES STABLES necessary preliminary for beginningthe :' t! on per front foot. Right of way .f FOR SALE-Lot 6 in block 24, consisting ..

lr r rt work. It will probably be two Atlantic, Coast Block Line 18 and Railroad 23-1201)Compa4ivbetween ) per of 5 acres as shown in :! JOIN OUR CO-OPERATIVE COLO (

weeks before any work 18 actually front foot Valley Land Co., I.s'I'I NY located neat Tampa,011 S. A. L.

: ; done on the sidewalks. Mr. Brown UK IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Thatthe Kissimmee Park. Price $ . Railway. Members geb land at a

J expects the contract to keep his force the Council Bth day of of said November City shall 1912 meet at 7:311:on Terms to purchaser. J. A. Wrigley| I fraction of the! usual cost Large .t

l't \ -Yi !li- .. Irony for about three months. :' M on said day, for the purpose ofhearing Bay and Newnan streets Jafkxon- number of allottrnens. taken and
.yi .rp ; any and all complaints. whichthe v rte, Fla. 42-4t. new town building. :r.r informa
,I' I owner or owners of Bald Iota of tion address
N. R. White St
; Cloud
i '; 7' I have 'purchased the above business I '9' SCHOOL NOTES. 0- [ land Interested or any In such other Improvements person or persons mav FOR SALE-Good ten-room house; Fla. 40-9pd,

1'1 ,' desire to make against tn<' coat of such. suitable for boarding or rooming;
: and am prepared to sell some of the finest I The Stenolakeean Society met last Improvements and the' claiming; of said bath and toilet good barn; lot,, 66 ORDER YOWR trees at once froni .

and mules brought to this market. to render their first ""RBSOLVKD x150 feet five minutes from
horse ever I Friday evening FURTHER that the ; depot Griffing BFOS., W. U.: Brokaw. sale*,

to At I have hand about thirty splendid regular program. There were several Clerk shall give* legal notice of thecompletion Two new cottages city. water and man, room No. 1. State Bank Build-
: present on interesting essays read by different of said work by publishingthis sewerage; vacant: lot on paved ing. 40tfBARGAINS. '
Resolution nccordlnir to law. In 1&
: r horses, some of'which weigh 1600 Ibs., I members. The program given-.was as weekly newspaper published: In said street 06x150 feet. Four acre

sell low follows: "What the society expects: City of KissimmeeNotice orange grove 200 large bearing -
which I will
.,' at extremely prices.
la hereby given that the Council -
P to do, by Miss Alice Stute; piano trees 4 miles from town. Also 500
of the City of Klsalmmee will meeton
.' ,.t.: solo Miss Maurine Dann; recitation by the 6th lay of November, A I). 1112, I acres of fruit and truck land one to
The livery portion of the stables U up- Miss Dowayne Fisher; "W lat the So- at 7:30: I' M on said day: for the purpose three miles from town. Call on or
of each Member" by of hearing complaints which the address. H. N. Btatton Owner.<<f !
ciety expects
and ,
yl"$, tod-ate in every particular the teams owner or owners of any of the above
Jean Thomas current events.
Miss ; described lot.. or other persona interested .
,1. "i,1;: vehicles being the best. Misses Kathleen Bearden Annie Davidson In such Improvement may desire FOR SALE:-2 h. p. International r '
i .. .r Nellie Calkins and Messrs. Law- to make against. the cost of such Improvement Harvester gasoline engine, in good ARE YOU LOOKING FOR TIUSMT

i." .tK _SfilfiHeavy ; : rence Griffin Nat Carson HughBrush By order of the Council this 15th running order. Will sell at a sacrifice IF SO. ASK
: .. 'j ; piano solo. Miss Leona Rober- day of September A. D. 1911. if taken at once. Apply at;

: Hauling will be a Specialty son. I I 1 Clel-k of the'J.City I R. of GILBERT.Klsslmmee.Seal Gazette office. 37tf MRS. SUMMERSLake
!i : I This rendered and no other business ( 44 It

. to transact the meeting was adjourned FOR SALE-A splendid 2-story I
- -
---- -- - View
H -Si Hij to meet again November 1, at which house with porches: and II roo..-.. cottage South Kissim 4

f : meeting the following program will: !I 67% feet of ground by U7%. Ex- : mee Pen field avenue, near Clyde ave It$

be given: Co. sell cellent place for a first class room- nue. Clyde Avenue is secnd street 'i:'

1. i MILLER I : I I Piano solo Miss Marie O'Berry;; Downing Realty ing and boarding house. Come let i west of Court! House running south. 9 9A
:: "J.j W Proprietor 1 !recitation Mr. Fred Snyder; debate,, I timber lands. us show you this property: .we

"Resolved that women should be per--I 1 .. will introduce: you to tie/: owner <
mitted to vote" affirmative Mr..' II II with whom you can deal direct choice: : five-acre: farm; fenced; ,:

Eugene Irwin Miss Ethel Gilbert, 1 I 44-tt.1 Nelson Realty Co., Kirsiinmce, Ha. food well, neat little house. A good ,
i' : Mr. Lester Alford.-Mise Helen Bass,: investment for little money. .

Miss Helens Jonas negative-Misi I AOMI'OIHTHATOn'H KSTATU.GALE OFHEAL : FOR SALE-One of the best small -

Helen McKenzie: Mr. Paul Linn Misi I 1 By virtue of an order Issued _out I farms in the State consisting: of A select city home *f eight rooms, "
. Bettie -Pherlgo Mr. Bob Bullock Mr. of the County Judge's Court In and forty-two acres of land about one modern; location: ideaL.

Clyde Buzza Miss Laura Thomas;;,i' for Oaceola County sell,at Florida;; sale and at to the m* mile from city limits. Has fairly f
directed I will public .
vocal solo Miss Loura Thomas; decis' front door of the Court House In Kis good house about fifteen acres in
ion of on debate. .. Oaceola County Florida onr cultivation and rest fine timber and A six-room cottage famished or .

fAVORITE Char judges met with a verj r r T......... IHovcsab-rr, 1S19.between : ,that pasture land. This has been one of unfurni bed. .,j

FERTILIZERS painful accident: Wednesday evenlnj[ day the following the hours described real on eatat. the beet producing farms in this ,'

while practicing basket ball. He wai S I late the property of Christian Kaccel. section and any one with a little
.- running when someone pushed him of said County; and State, deceased, to hustle in them can make an easy Some desirable Iota close in, $260. il
. I He fell and in doing so broke a bon;1 wl'Tract- No. U of Block "D" of section living on it. $2,500,00, takes farm !!.II
r They are as good u'eareful supervision and honest In the forearm near the elbow. SB of Township li. South. Range 17, and.crop that is now growing on it ---- ,.:

methods can make them. Special formulas for There were three new students enrolled ,. Fut mm Fruit shown and Truck by the Land map Company of th.Florida ...Crop worth in the neighborhood of Some choice Citrus Groves the '

CITRUS FKUITS POTATOES, TOMATOES I In the high school: Mr. Doi' on file In the office of the Clerk of the '600. Downing Realty Co. 44tf. finest in the market. 'i
MELONS BEANS. STRAWBERRIESLET and MUij of said : dea ;..w
Reap Mi. Bernlce Brown Circuit Court ribI'V. FOR SALEA little ,/
.. TUCE CELERY and all truck crops. Annie Cromartle. Glad to have them scribed aa the West-half of dandy ten acre ---- ,
j '
., half of South-Bast quarter of the farm just outside city limits on
WRIT POrt BOOKLHTINDEPENDENT the more the merrier. Houth-eaat quarter of section SI. Town- fine hard road. Good .
new two
l room
The athletic association has orderexla d'.bl i Ii. South. Range IT. Bast.VVIU .
FERTILIZER' COMPANY t for their basket balwhich .I. ". sold to the jhlchost bid4.RTerms house, splendid deep well and other Mrs Mary ,Summers.
new tab .
: eseb on Information: of aa4e.L improvement. Will be sold at a ,:
t \ "n ..JACKSoirVILtB FLORIDA. i they expect to be her soon.I J. H. HLW.E'T.y bargain, if taken soon. Downing : :l_
', J..JL...... I The Eatopian society meet Frida; Administrator tlf estate fatifl CIfta lear .*
.. -- . ,t1 trC ," I evening. .Kaeoel. deceased. ,U-U Ratty Co, exclusive agents., 44$ hafWiV. .11W. xry1
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