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: November 8, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00567
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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MANY. DEE-- FELL EASTERN! STAR TO 'BE.ORGANIZEDTHURSDAY. !I Ij POSTOfHCE RECEIPTS AS r FIRST 'v.IKISIMME '!4

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ON FIRS HUNT DAY j I i SHOW BIG INCREASE

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I GRAND OFFICERS OF THE STATE I OCTOBER SHOWS MUCH BETTER. ,,

PRAIRIE FILLfTwiTH THEM k WILL UE IN KISSIMMEE j i THAN SAME MONTH OF UNUSIMl/IN' HISTORY I

NEXT WEEK. I! LAST YEAR. JOWN'S
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VENISON WA DISH SERVED IN -
Receipts at the Kissimmta DEMOC/ RALLY I
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SEVERAL HOMES IMMEDIATELY A focal chapter of the order of the ]i| office are showing an increase I
LLOWING THE I Eastern Star will be organized in Kis I and there is no better barometer continually - OUT tEf.RESENT TIVE': AUDI.EflfCE t

I simmee Thursday evening of next I of the growth of the town to =STIRRING TALKS
OPENING; OF SEASON. week at the Maaonjc lodge room. L be had. I .
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An informal meeting was held In The total' recipts for October, 1912, I 1 WERE MADE.
the parlors of the Gray stone Tuesdayand amounted to $1,1254.84.:: In.the monthof ---
Venison! the necessary steps taken to October, 1911, the total
Not ao rare tl ese days as it sound make the formal organization. Mrs I came to $904.43. This shows receipts; : Kiisimmee had her first torch light '
A party retu riing from the Annie D. a surprising paraMe Monday evening when upon \ '
prairie Squires, of St. Cloud, was increase for the past month, :,
Friday had yen son for dinner. present at ths meeting. The Eastern over the same month of last of the/ yen of election a crowd gathered
Friday was t e. first day for hunt- Star is organized at St. Cloud and approximately 28 per cent.' year at the Pastime theater, marched from
ing deer. The I ost explained that the Mrs. Squires is prominently identified It will be interesting, also, to show th re 'around the square and back to "I
deer had tvalkdd into the camp and with that chapter. that the increase for October, 1912 th theater for the last peal] of ora- '
asked to be shot, knowing that the The Grand Worthy Matron, Mrs r over October 1911, for box rents am-, to before the eventful day to fol. ' -

season was opefri and his days num- Martha Carter, of Holly Hill, and the ounted to 38 per cent for postage to '.
bered. Nobodyf doubted the story. Grand:! Worthy PatronE. E. Haskell, stamps, postal cards 'and stamped envelopes ''heparade was headed by the Kis- ,
Deer are numerous on the! prairie. ;; of I'alatka, will be present to direct : + to 28 per cent, for amounts s' mee band under the direction oftills 1
Several hunting;. parties were out the the organization of the Kissimmej 2 collected for second class matter from Smith. The band dispensed
first day. They'didn't lORe much timeon chapter. publishers, news agents, etc to 34 per iuslc in front of the theater for some
birds They\(went in for deer and It is expected that a consderabU ( cent.. me before the parade started and
turkey. number of ladies will enter as charter It has been erroneously stated that hen led off with a martial air that

A party composed of L. R Farmer, 'members.* The Eastern Star is an W. C. Campbell has received the appointment injected some Tammany enthusim -
Holmes: Pratheri\ and Pierce Gardner auxiliary of the Masonic order and is II from the Civil Service Com- into the local politicians. .

left Kissimmee Thursday and proceeded recognized as one of the strongest and I mission of carrier on Rural Route No. Speeches were made at the theater ,
south about 43 miles. They returned most dignified auxiliaries of fraternal 1. The facts are that this office has by Lewis O'Bryan, W. J. Sean, H., ",, .s
Sunday with two. deer and a turkey orders. --' not yet been officially notified of any Clay Stanford and C. A. Canon They,
e appointment, but has been ordered to formed a strong battery and coveredthe
They met several, other parties in employ a temporary carrier pendin ground fully. The various phases,, '
the field who reported good luck. BAPTISTS TO CALLPASTOR / the permanent appointment and W. of the campaign in Osceola county ;:i .: '
There was one from Fort Meade and Campbell was employed as temporary were treated, and if there were any "
another from St. Cloud. The Ft. SUNDAYNOIH carrier. Republicans present they were given ;
Meade crowd had bagged four' deer Now that the election is over-actiun some serious mental food to ponder .
Julian Montsdoca!\ reported five. will probably be taken promptly in t e over. The idea that nobody was forced
Dr. C. L. Hyatt! went out with (). s it l_ r +Z matter of Rural Route No. 2. to participate in the Democratic primary ;r
( McLain Friday returning the same : ; ISSUED TO MEMBERS: TO N it S ? 4l Z I and that all did it voluntarilyand
dayThey had the unusually good l i ti with the tacit pledge that the .
luck of barging three within a short | KKVI: !.\IN FOIl A CONFERENCE MISSIONARY SOCIETY nominees of that primary would be .

distance the doctor !getting VFTER: SERVICE. I supported was driven home with good .
two'of the number. t HOLDS RECEPTION I force. "

Since the opening day which was IW ALYIYfTS ON HUNTER DhM; _ONSTRVTIO, :! FARM .TEN_FEET '--The- audience at the theater was .
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the first of the month the fields. have 1---- not the assembled '
Nebnenhave been to-tira -"---- ----- largest ever in Ki 1
been-sprinkled-wHh-huntt'is -DlK'k q-S.- sent-uut IIIGII ; TWELVE! 0 TIIS FROM i SEEDTuesday's LADIES simmee, but it was one of the most
members of the Baptist church to remain -, 1I OF BAPTIST CHINCH I'
are numerous and many find their I + representative and bespoke a commendable -
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favorite sport in shooting these birds, !I for the of considering the I PREPARE FOR ANNUAl, I interest in political affairs "
At a point on the Whittier road 1 below purpose which
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: matter of calling a pastor for the succeeding OFFERING. .
St. Cloud ducks have a way of flying I Dr. A. J. Holt, tht'pa..tol' Election Recorded : ; long campaign that has been waged
year.
over about sunset and the duck hunters I: this
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of I tin ,church u... culled to
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have only to poet themselves at : The ladies of the Missionary Society iI I '
this find all the of the this, pastorate about year ago and of the ::
place to sport ,, G reat Victory Democracy Baptist church weijb given J
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.kInd that they car- for. ItiB- time expire January a reception at the home of Mfs. J. C. The Village Improvement Society '
So far very little attention has. been I church conference is called thus earlyto Griffin Wednesday afternoo! Fea I I will meet next Tuesday afternoon to
paid to partridges, or quail!, hut their I avoid delaying: action until the last i tures of the afternoon were recitations I dispose of'a number of important matters
time is coming in the courseof I thr 'I mom:'I"l'leal't' do not understand Wilson Electors Chosen in Majority of the States With by several members of th* party, that have accumulated since the
that able and
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season, and it i_n t far off Delicious refreshments were nerved. last meeting. The name of the society ,,
-- --.--- elTI<' l'llt pastor" is. not available for I'Roosevelt Second and Taft Bringing Up the Rear The society is preparing f*r the annual I will be chanced at this meeting ,,
another time, the notice, "it is
says offering which is sent. t* the Baptist If it Is possible to agree upon a name.
Mrs. J. M Bryan arrived in the city simply, desired that we take the-proper With Only Three States--Osceola County orphanage at Arcadia At is usual A change of name was suggested at ;'
Wednesday from Dunla, 1 Tin, and is action in tune in absolute" fairness to for t this donation made up ft a box of I' the moat recent meeting and the members .
the guest of her daughlfis. Mrs C. A parties contei'tied. The notice iKsj'IIt'd Democratic Nominees Overwhelmingly - good and useful articles ,to go for- 'I were asked to think over it and ;
. . .1. W. Wilder, church clerk.
Carson and Mrs: Bessie Sinipnon : by : ward during the month ofJ November. make a choice. 7'I
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i I Thf election of Tuesday, Nov. 5, I 11)7; ) in the same in'ri' cr of precincts.
4i I in lli. :States, and the nation accorded I All precincts had I 1. en reported with
the most sweeping Democratic victory the exception of Crab Grass, Which ; a 'ter y ra D b
i in the annals of that party. f is; a small precinct with only a dozen t Vit ,
i i Roosevelt carried Michigan, Minnesota voter or no. Because of the greatlength
I Pennsylvania! South Dakota of the ticket no attempt has /
i N and Washington-five States with 77I been: made to tabulate the returns ex-
I votes' fin the electoral, college: ,fccpt(! as refers to those county officers
Tuft carried Idaho; Utah and Vermont -I'having opposition. The returns are .
+thre-e States with 12 electoral;A /given as completely as they could be. t I.
votes. The returns' will not be canvassed until
California, I Illinois i i loua and Wyoming :Monday when Cou/ity Judge George I .
; : are listed *as doubtful but are I F. I'urkcr and Supervisor of Registration a
counted for Wilson betausc indications Charles. W. Griffin will meet and II

tire that he will hold them. tuliulate the vote..lmeudnnents. I ) .
Counting these State with those that Were Ratified.It .- '
me certain for Wilson, ho. will have appears that the constitutional I ',-
t 4s carried 40 of the 4K" States with a amendments., were ralifid At KisHimmec I II II >
total electoral vote of 442 It requires precinct the vote in favor of the P
only 2f><; votes III the electoral amendment! providing an extra judg M
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college to el-ct. for the circuit court for Duval countywas 1 r !1 f 14 1
The next Congress will l be largely ,, 175 for ,to I'l: against The ?, ;>
Democratic in the House and probably I amendment providing for the issuance I -
Democratic in the Senate. The House i of bonds by special tax school districtswas '
has 4ft': members. Of this number hi6(; for to :20 against/ At St. "
HUNTER: I DEMONSTRATION FARM. (1PlmTEUSIIEEN| ( SHOWING FINE YIELD OF ?
DASHEENS ON
DIGGING 2H2: o( the Representatives are Denip- Cloud the court amendment stood 16 1'- TUBER8IIUN"1\1' ,.. Ai' tI
I KISSfMMEE PRAIRIE. rats; 114 Republicans, and M Pro- for and 4 against; the school bond rEV DEMONSTRATION FARM KISSIMMEE . '.,, '
Kieiisiives" At the time this was written amendment aa: for and 5 against. _. .nJURORs' _. ', .. '
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diKtriqts to be reported."UnFle" . I; pretty well over the State, and it / five dollars in gold by the managers - :..
FOR FALL ,
RESBYTERIAN LADIES NUMBERING HOUSES Joe Cannon, former speakerof is reported that the amendments were of the Pastime, Key Woodbeck.. -' ';-
the House, was defeated in \the Danville I'safely carriedSIDEWALK. Second prize to Lannie Mantell! '
SERVED TENT LURCHES WILL BEGIN SOON .District, by Frank J. ''O'Hair i -- I l TERM Of COURT Woodall, go-cart by Ross Graves. ','
Democrat, by 611 plurality. William, Third prize to Ruth Elisabeth But- '" '
--- H MtKinley, President Taft'a{ cam- I GONTRACT ler, willow rocking: chair by the _rc,';.
paign; manager, was defeated! for re- CIRCUIT COURT WILL CONVENE I II Osceola Hardware Co. .' ';:? '
ELECTION DAY CROWDS DID NOT COUNCIL AWARDS CONTRACT electi n to Congress by Charles. M.I I Fourth prize to J. C. Royall, J.... : "
LACK FOR GOOD THINGS I TO R, C. WEIDLER Borchers \ I I GRADING BEGUN ON .I IN KISSIMMEE ON NOVEMBER dozen photographs by Wilder studio. "
Victor Berger, the only 'Socialist ,, .1! / 26. II Fifth prize to Alta Rath Orerstreet. d'
TO EAT TUESDAY.The THIS WORK. Congressman> was defeated in" Wiscon- r / gold ring by C. A. Cole.)( I r ; .
I sin by a fusion candidate, and Champ Sixth prize to J. DJ Jeffords, 'JJ., .
I -- Clark; the [Democratic Speak of the j MIXER IN OPERATION SOON i I! The Fall term of the Circuit Court pair of shoes by H. Stanford..' ,: ,
ladies ot the Presbyterian !II At last the houses in Kissunmee House, was safely re-elected{and will wij( convene in Kissimmee Tuesday, I Seventh prize to Sadie Alvey, baby (,.1
hurt! took advantage of the election I are to be numbered. be the next Speaker, in all I likelihood, -; N vember 26. Following is a list hood by C. W. Dann. ') .;'T'
ay crowds to serve lunches to the Contract was awarded to R. C. Nineteen out of twenty-eight Governors j i SEVERAL CAR LOADS; MATERIAL of the jurors to serve for the term: Eighth prize to J. C. Arenburg 1'
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ilectors. Weidler by the City Council, who elected are Democrat / W. L. Moseley; John H. Baisden, I I Jr., baby brush given by Kissimmee ; .
A tent was put up on the vacantt agreed to do the work of numberingand It.Is estimated that Wilson's plurality 'I HAVE ARRIVED AND j'J. L. Stratton, J. M. Bowen, R. E. I Drug; Co. f . : .
> opposite Darin's store and appetix.ig to make separate sheets of the |s 1,500,000 votes. FORCE OF WORKMEN PREPARING .' Willis A. E. Baas, S. W. Rymes, Noah
food in the quick lunch form was 'streets arranged!] for binding in logical Results in the County. Yates R. H. Bass, Lon Seaman; Peter I '
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rved during the day, a neat sum being order for $125A : Ill the county election the 'rDemocratic ; 1'111W.I.KS.. / McCutcheon, C L. Alvey, W. A. Nelson | FIREMEN'S SMOKER
realized from the enterprise '. condition-of the contract is that nominees won without nearnessto I 1 I David Bass, J. E. Lupfer, J. C .
Mr. Weidler is to have the privilegeof defeat. Wright, Geo. Batton, J. L. Bronson, I '
PROVED SUCCESSFUL ;
Grading Thuisdaon
furnishing the numbers to property At the St. Cloud precinct the IVmociatic the sidewalks was begun Lee Bass, J. W. Hall, Lem Stephens, ,i "
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preparatory paying
owners at a reasonable figure Richard Bass, W. P. Underhill, G. G.
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nominees were worst the ; ,
)SCEOLA HDW. CO. given concrete surfac'r which ) to be
Ellis, E. A. Neimeyer, N. S. Blount,
I of it, but the vote was close even done on contract with the Cify by the
: there and the vote Kissimmee and R. D. Guice, E. R. Bass, D. W. Alder- ELECTION RETURNS WERE RECEIVED
I CITY'S ROLLING STOCK in Jaudon Engineering Co., of, avannah. I
GETS EXTENSION JOB I other precincts more than offset the The first work Posseil man, L G. Tindall, W. R. Henderson, '
was dop4 on BY SPECIALLY IN-
Alex Keen, W. J. S. Carr, A. W. Cros-
SL" Cloud.
.1 Republican vote at TheS avenue between Bvtiadway andChurch.
TO BE PROTECTED d >ly Republican elected at St. Cloud H. P. MJjitfr, foreman for by, J. C. Tison. STALLED WIRE. '

,* ni C. B. Kenney, who ran for constable the>*< {)anj.aerttIed with a force,, of ,
o BIDS WERE ENTERED FOR} -- His opponent was O W. ten men and began work immediately.The (. 4 .
} ORK ON CLYDE AVENUE IS TO BE ERECTED ON Wood, who received 122 votes; Ken- tools of the company had been BABY SHOW PRIZES The smoker given by the Firemen's
\\ED' LOT AT ELECTRIC rey received 143. John McCarty, 153 shipped for some time, but their non. Association election night was well
WATER PIPE. PLANT. ? +' for justice of the peace St. Cloud dia- arrival did not delay the work. New AWARDED TUESDAY patronized and Kissimmee was not In .. t I'
nct, defeated B. F. Rawls, 140. There Implements were purchased and the I the least behind the larger towns in i,' p ,
was some excitement in Kissimmeeover crew set to work. Teams were engaged getting the election news. 't
,Bids were opened at the Council At Tuesday evening's meeting of the race for justice of the peace. to haul the rock and And which W. B. Crawford acted as master of s .'
rag Tuesday evening for the ex- the City Council the Building Cotn- No candidate was qualified and the has been shipped in, and piles are be- MACH BABY RECEIVED FIRST ceremonies and' read the returns to ;' r
on of the water mains on Clyde I mitte \waa authorised to remove/ 1M friends of S. H. Bulloch and Will Nelson ing deposited about on the streets that," PRIZE AND THERE WERE I the crowd. they came off the wire.
Tams.. iron houses formerly used fo / the I respectively, pitted them againsteach are to be paved first The mixer will Fre lunch and cigars were served ...4, '
Where were two bids, one by the I fire apparatus to the city lot a. .the other on the day of election, be located and but to work as, soon SEVERAL OTHERS.The the sextette made'' music between <.. ''' s
sceola Hardware Co., and the other electric plant and to erect an adequate writing 1nvth, names on the ballots. as ft reaches Kissimroew. : f r
Joa- Raha A Co. The bid, of there shed there foe the proteclxfn of the I Bulloch won by 74 to 20. It is likely that some of the sidewalks I Itswas evident early in the evening < ., .,
company was accepted The city's machinery ?-- Capt. Clay Johnson proved the will be put down before the baby show which had been in that the election was one-sided and '
i offered was ;lOc a foot for laying The Iron houses referred to'an strongest candidate on the Republican end of the week. A week's time will progress at the Pastime theatea for there were not many tt ; n ps'4t' + i e
S pipi and $2 each for installing located in North Kissmmee, opposite ticket In seven out of eight precinct see the work In full swing. The contract several weeks dosed Saturday: night hear, 'the last f...,... . *TM! ;
des and fire hydrant. tpany bid $110 for laying 664 feet and In the vicinity of Maklnson's : His .Democratic opponent for Representative : linear feet of walks, and will keep as-follows O.,.B..House of i6ealawas'.tivih*:" .. I

Inc>vp4pe. store. in the Legislature received the force busy for about. three months First"", prise- -:to,RobertMyatte.. f.Maul, citron. business* 'Wedoesdsy.0" .vffilIt

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: DIVERSITY OF.GR'OPS boundaries grown on the prairie I would select A well .beaten.pat1T .\ C
A r I .There is nothing fancy about the grasses for hay\ making. This con l
,.f farm 'The few buildings are plain elusion comes readily after seeing the

s -r ,ON ,PRAIRIE: LAND and were planned,' evidently witn an luxuriant growth and abundant yield
eye to the-'e.aentials.only.they.: are ; at, the Hunter experimental farm.
neat and well suited to the uses which. The Valley Gazette contained last
they serve, but that is all.' The farm : week an item which'.told of the yieldon
C.: Bright- DEMONSTRATION FARM consists 17 acres fenced in and subdivided this farm" from a small patch
, into many plots and patches planted, .in rice,; Rhodes and Natal
and here the-experiment.'arc'.conducted -grasses... .There-were Jio figures available 1 I I-
by L.. N. Kline a 'practical for the last named but the crop
.GOVERNMENT' SENT)& EXPERTSTO ; farmer from Montana, who ha seen was abundant and beautiful and the :
I, VISIT SCENE OF ACTIVITY both the good and bad of frontier life hay sweet and appetizing: The rice garnered I II
Heavy :Fyuijt and /finds himself content in producingthe from the first cut showed the I

t1 rt .*.:d. ". I J.N LOWER I'I'AKT OK OS wonderful results which the -,oil weight of 7.9' tons to the acre; a second I r -
CEOLA COUNTY.I and the climate combined with his ,cutting estimated, would 'blingth :,
I energy and commonsense have. set I *' total yield to ten or eleven tons. .
$I -, up as the visible evidences of what The first cut of the Rhodes grass
-- I can be dbne by the average farmer on showed 4.6( tons to the acre; second -,"
;; TTHEKte is nt) quest- II| ( J, 11. tuuKe.) the Kia immee Pairie. cut estimated would bring' the total au
I J It would be useless and unprofitable The Wonderful Dasheen. : to '14.6( tons. -. y-i. i
Jury but that on our [I to attempt to tell the older resident The type of enthusiasm displayedby The showing made by Para "" 'MoiS. The path *Q our me /.market t tTHSPdfTH
i, 1 I of the Kissimmce Prairie; they have one o( the proprietors, Capt. FredF. Bermuda Kentucky blue grass, wheat
I r A A Florida) soils the f rtil'f" I traveled it, hunted over- it, had Ten- Hunter, is sufficient to impress the oats, vetch, rye, l.el'man millet Kaffir --- --
t lE' ural knowledge of it for year There visitor that this l is no common soil. j corn, Japanese and ribbon c..lles'. 'pro-
izer tufuliftl has a lc- are many new comer, however who We arrived at the farm after night claim this to be essentially and 'Without ,
\ QUALITY/ ,I know nothing of the Kissimmee and somewhat fatigued with the jour- question a .country which will be ...
cidedinfijience thequality "' j )'Prairie and it might be stated a* a ney, but despite this Capt. Hunter developed as a dairying and stock raising that I leads/to this
I on 1 hazard that there are many of the wanted us to see some of"the crops and section whose natural advantage

l'i' of\lu- older ones who have no knowledge of I tried to show them off by the light of pan be surpassed. by no other section MEAT MARKET
fruit whutJH\ DOW being done to develop this a bull's eye pocket lantern. in the world. I
vent area UH H productive and populous, lie made a dash for the dasheenbed The Hunter company took the firs! I Shows Evident; *\Constant Use !
td' t I portion of the County OHceola.. I for that was the point of particular prize at. the Orange county fair .foi'
; :, During the punt two years .a far investigation. The governmenthad alfalfa, which goes to show that it Not a spefr oVgrass t

l Bradley's fertilizersstand I I'' leaching and well directed movement sent two experts to the farmto can be grown on the (prairie, 'but the can be f fund ni it !
hUH been in progress to populate these see how the experiment with Hunters set greater store l hy other I
I'' lands and, demonstrate their productive dasheens had turned out. I shall. not hay making grasses which C lbe. It will contcnucio hew U trodden,
I e I valuu and diversity. In the prop- enter upon a dasheen disquisition but grown with less trouble and greater
,r at the head Itt)f (he list ascrt> > I lei' eider of statement the latter should/ would advise all farmers and gardeners !success than is the case with alfalfa/ OUR POUCY BEIN .
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k v E I .. makers. No other Loods have endured ''. taken to before prove their that individual value to the enters purchaser planting.and get some of the tubers for I hogs tun loose on the; prairie justas THEBESTMtATSOBTAIWPLERULL[
cattle do. A prairie hog is a won-
;' 1 | upon tlicmenu. I The dasheen in. of the caladium family I
,' derful sight to behold. lie is knownI II
and maintained the/r Mipu-niue\! : so 11111"I > ";. 1'lnn activity wu inaugurated and ;the leaf is very much like that of I a razor hack and tie name just I .L

j IH being( pushed by the Hunter Land the foliage plant, a great difference I' suits himVe saw nut hers of them
Write us today for booklet) mailed (fiee. t'o.. and it m light( and proper to state !being that the caladium is ornamental I scooting( away from th' side of the BASS
,i at the outset Unit thin IH u voluntary I while the dasheen. / is extremely woeful.I road as tinautomobile whizzed bySupt .
l tcstmiumul to hut company and is in I The next day we had daiiheenH/ for dmner Kline managed tocatch u n.lm.
: I The American Agricultural Chemical Co., no si'nsi; an advertisement, from the I They were boiled( and baked her i <.I 1 these razor backs, Und pen MARKET
1 ,,' l business> < fries' '\point of view. This The dasheen is a tuber and..a substitute j- Uii-in on I the fuiin I II- planted:/ chufas,
Jacksonville S.I.. D.p>rlmnl, kind of uti attule should] l h. the best for the Irish potato It possesses I
: and 1 as the pen is a ,portable ctiucI : l. -
I P. O. Box 216, Jacksonville, Florida. I advertising! clutter that the company 1' higher food values than tfhe potato I tutu it is pulled about Over the chufa I __ ,
M muni axe iM-taiiMe of tile ruct that it and is more digestible. : mtil"eov..r the -
I field and the hogs are allowed to root
," IN,. not paid for nor published at their yield is nearly twice that 'of the potato into the ground und dig out the juicy j
s'iHgilion" ill, Iu'lu-Nt I I'i 'I The government( is experiment
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little nuts A \isit t this pen was l I
I '1'111'I KiMtiimniec Valley Gazette; has mg with the dasheen lit lirookswlle, one of the interesting! events of the'';, G GRPYSTONE T Tu SHOP .
iniiilf of the .. showed I I
it un especial mission to use one experiments there : visit to the Hunter fafm Tho ruzor'backs .
IOtyatlgtygrl0.l4tUtSt tYr/wlsotyaasoxlaexxrrotstitsoteeeACY.tJRGt: the. influence of its J pages( to encourage a yield of 460 bushels to the acre.l I I have been transformed. ; they
n IS( A <'AllHON J A I'IIANMUItU( l.llll'H-K I X the, development of this favored Het- These were grown under the direction have the appearance of thorough-I) : LADIES' AND G DTTS' SUITS I
I, I. 11., ..Id.,,,1.1, Vll I'M'.Mil u I **.'rr..cr. ** 111I'1.' If the potisiiiilitieN\' did not exist of an expert and were watched with bredx, and feeding has, worked the |
f I th s piipi I could! not with good con the most solicitous ear those. at the transformation The Hunter! farm IS Made Jo Oraer
rt 't cnci 01 succc-ss ill of them If Hunter farm were groan without fer stocked with blooded logs also the' t
I w,' lid] mil think that this section tilled" and without 1>CMM|; properly Red Tamworth being thte strain select I alscy >y

-KISsIMMUMBEREOt'! l",<'nil"''ly.III,lunate 1 In' -Its'.. possi-BHions ,_ten!!de l 1, \ 1 ; ul oil ","I-TImlllcl'i:: other ndvantUt age- of --N: : bushels to tyie acit, Upon farm will thereafter ben stocked with
A", .j J". ) s that make it a detl'able spot inwhich mathematical estimate n made liy ;the !standard bred cows. h K** and beef I
to live we- would] not be- found expert who examinee! and weighedthe cattle
< t j I tiMiilC I t<> Induce: people to come hiiie yield it was deturtnined that tin*
t koumd Dressed :- and xtllle(I Such j a policy would be so amount of dashc'ens wan eiiial) in food Citrus Fruits .\bilndanlI . LOUIS A. SEARSON
futile that ncithjng more need he Haul values to 2S5 bushel' ot potatoes, I I In view of criliclsat- t. are heard 1
on that Hllhj'l'I\ I C'apt hunter expects no nunu-f the now and then to the eMlct that the PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
I, The 1 Kissmimw I'luuie is. indeed a '' urea! planted to dasheen next year I I prairie land l is not adaptd to citiusI :
PINE FIBER pna rlt.. lU'ciuisrt! of the development and with proper uttctJiion expects to I 1 fruits iIs not out of plac to mention I AUDITOR, I
] cif I the Wuht in advance of other sec increase tlie yield byVoni r>O to 100 a visit made by our party lo the home I
IIUIIH of the country the people havecome per lent The dashefii\ wonderful of John N. Thomas, whcl lives near I Commercial and Municipal/ccouDtmg 1
r 't to think of the prairie as a designation vegetable I At the tender! age the I Uassenger Mr Thomas las a groveof y
:T" i yt! distinctively associated with ,, leaves may be used an. u spinach, and grapefruit and orange( trees rang i Incorporated Accountniit of the
SPECIALTY l Hint section The fact that Western | they are said to be the only garden! ing from 'JO to 45 years olci They are I' International
->';" I HOUSK'niULS A I on, feel immediately at home on the greens that .surpass spinach in delicacy I hanging heavy with fruit Ind present Aclu tanks +
KlsHimmee Prairie is the best evidence of flavor. The corms are employed such a luxurious sight thai all in the 'I Society, U froitvP v,
that the KisHimmeeI'ralne. is the real to grow sprouts under shade'party found himself wishing that
xr: ; 10trO+1d10RIOrtOl10I1C/Ydrer10r10ra0gOC10rldgt7lrNOrrOttdnOtlOgO tORt, thing ill the way of a 'prairie The which resemble. asparagus tips and I I every doubting hoinas I could see!' 0 III 377msimc Mill OfflctILIEMDUC u
's urea is estimated. to be about 120 miles which are cooked and served as asparagus I I them. These trees may pe said to ru S C
-- long by 40 miles wide, and there are on toast and otherwise The ', have had little or no\ attention. They I
J", 'q" I II -- so few people living on it that one can tubers themselves make an excellent 'I I are seedling trees and have "just :
t'1-1" make the journey rom Klssimmee to flour, the utility value of which is grown." On the return tot Ki Himmee I t .
Uassenger without seeing a corporal's greater than wheat flour The I we stopped for a few minutes at the
,I :' t The greater portion of it is dasheen. is just coming to notice in ,, Barber hammock, and picked a few If want 1
.;' ( For Sale fuard. dry and has the superficial I I this country, For years it has been I II i I wild oranges, which were smooth and you a
(' of being very fertile. The a staple article of food in the Orient thin of akin and very sweet The gen- BARGAIN
r r I demonstration farm established by I and the tropics. The (government is eral adaptability of the soil to citrus an t
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= the Hunters proves this to be true. The making an .effort to introduce it during fruits is present in these groves J

; '.: LAKESIDE FARM AND GROVE This splendid properly con- I'I'Ii" Hunter camp is 72 miles from Kissimmoe -' I "- the coming season into the better separate by a distance of fifty miles. ORANGE GROV }\
\ ; this is another circumstance by class hotels and restaurants with the Another interesting visit was that
3' ,,). I " taint, 127 acre, located about miles (from the city limit of way of making known the extent of idea of getting the people acquaintedwith made at the, home of B. P. Mikesellat or land to> grovI I
I t' I:, :' !,, Ki immee, fronting nearly half a mil on beautiful Lake Tohopels- I the prairie. It Is all'! far from Kisslm- }jt and creating a demand for it. \; Canoe Creek; 21 miles from Kissim :

r lila and extending to the county road. A moat beautiful .building mee to the- Hunter\, camp in Osceola The government's supply i* limited meet Mr. Mikesell settled his ranch Oranges an
' on the county road with a line ol live oak tree planted out in county as it is from Klssimmee by the experiments at Brooksville; where two years ago last February, and is
'r, a spot beautiful rail to Tampa. But the trip to the six acres were cultivated this year devoting his time to citrus fruits,
house with Grapefruit ,1
which would rround the -
+ the form of a square and general farming. lie
ramp is not made by rail-not yet. and a farm in !Louisiana being the sheep
I/1 shade that hat green foliage the entire year around. This props I The. automobile offers the quickest only sources of supply available; yet brought heavy Percheron horses from I
1 '. y erly it fenced and crow fenced into) four or five' different enclosure I menus of timiiportwtioii to that re" there will probably be enough to gi\e Indiana. The results are there to I BUCKLES

'. l I. for them I appointed barn filled with hay from I
not The
eso always Maytown may apply
about half I
.a-- f large bearing trees, balance young* tree coming pn ; ,natural and he has
branch of the Florida East Coast Railway While on the'Hubjeot of vegetablesit the grasses rice;
'f: '. the farm it very fiae hammock, rich and productive and a greater is being bunt through the prairie, is appropriate to say that. all the I 40 acres in citrus fruits doing finely -

\r !,'., '. part of the land is ihslhe-artetian belt where fine flowing wells can I anal) bisects the hold igs of the Hunter usual vegetables were flourishing on I and! his sheet are thriving and increasing ..
be had there being tfi ee flowing Avells at the present time; a six. company The (Trailing( has reached the Hunter farm und we- had them on in numbers satisfactorily It is

tl r ,, room house with two (xh het s rounded by beautiful live oak the tamp, and it.s. c >nticlentl' expected the. table every. meal, enumerating | merely an example of intelligence soil; and I The Florida (Grower]
that trams will be operated over beans, onions lettuce radishes. lush I energy applied to prairie
, Y trees: tome pretty palm in nw frciit yard and a ban,na grove near Ithe length of the ne to Uassenger I potatoes were noticed in a flourishing: The party which enjoyed Capt. !| H KOI fret< kfnmi,il hull Kn*..fn For
t/ 0. th ehouse ; good stables, corn o'b/wagon/ shed and hay mow, This \I by March of next y Certainly condition and strawberries about to I I Hunter's hospitality was composed as folk who'. ware tn know.*tb<>ii< Kl...
) valuable aiuKlhe be had. includte'e' will not be date bloom. It would be f loMonsieur: Andre Van derMeersch IM I'U "...kl\, .1I011l\'r.\ fr.: mouth
t :'' tl !,: / i i. a very proposition property can I long aft.e'fur. before impossible for me I i 11, Pr M-iid II'*' li>f>.fiiiil $luuvri
ing the grove and improvements Mr J 00 per acre on most favorable I., the anticipations o who are I to recall the many vegetables, trees of Paris; William Ream, M. I I ."h..rtruou. SnApp\8rl._ht. d1HR -..
looking forward to t to coming of the grasses and flowers that are growing 1), Walthill, Nebr.; R. A. Young
v term A great fortune can be Uuilt oo here in the citrus fruit in- railroad with ,its < 'meniences./ are on this prairie farm, but at the risk ( Washington, and Samuel C'. Hood, LORIDA ),ROWER
duitry, one can make a good liviig. and>ave some money beside in readied I of being tiresome 1 shall tell of some I Orange City, scientific assistants in I NOO Florida A.....; 'i mt., na I.
trucking and fanning; thus leu' I the retornt from the grove each I. When the Kailruad Cornea. i I of the plants that I saw growing with II the Bureau of Plant Industry', and the ,, I'

,.' year, which would soon put a min in fine firimncial condition. This I There will I be thre stations of the 1 every indication of health and ultimate 1 writer. The scientific experts were I i
I evidently impressed and pleased and
could be divided into I four or more dilNrent part, each one railroad located on tie! Hunter tract fruition.
property their visit the be
; I namely: Greeley! 2\ miles south of Capt. Hunter is assistant surveyor- to prairie may productive ir
(land. This be i t
); having fine orange and farming ;property must seen the Demonstration Farm Deesa three'' genera lot India He has l been in the!' of a bulletin from the Department \ i
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to be appreciated it has the real intrinsic value. I miles north of the fa m, and Hunter- British army for a number of years. "' which shall deal with the adapt
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and is well with the fruits; ability of the soil to various crops" DANCING CLASSES j f-
miles West acquainted
land two north of Basseng -
.. We alto have truck farm and grovVs of all kinds I
,,'. city property., I and one mile from\ the river landing and forage crops of India. This may Ir Hood, of Orange City, was delighted -, under direction of
( ; and tiie. Correspondence sot ited. Prompt attention ,, to all in- I Whittier which i I. 44 miles from be most directly responsible for the to find several tufts of cuscus,. MRS. I
J. D. :
', F quirie. I Klssimmee, will be reached by the importation of a number of Indian or vetiver grass, growing on the Hun WOODpECK ,
;; : road by Christmas, and when this fruit trees that are now upstanding I ter farm, and he took equal satisfaction atFIREME 1 \ :
I takes place Whittier i I. going to havea on the prairie farm. Among these in the fine growth of menta cit 'S I ALL ,\
celebration which wtll be notable in 1 are three varieties of the flbreless rata Both of these plants afford essential ,
NELSON REA TY COMPAN history. Whittier which has been the I I mango namely the Rajpura, Amini j oils, and Ir Hood contends 'I Monday Evenings 7:30 La 9:00: '- _
: half way camp between Kissimmee and Phari. These were brought from 'I that they may be grown incidentally I Thuraday" 7:00: La jjJO

?' 'i i Over Oth...' Bank KISSIMMEE F'LA.'f. : and Basa nger for half a century or 'I' the north of India near Saharanpur. I I by Florida farmers! with good profit LESSONS FIFTY TS BACH
more-a stopover point and eating | The planting of these trees is experimental It is not necessary to give them much
-- ,_ ,,- -- house for prairie pilgrims-will leap i but if they thrive and fruit time or attention They are plantedand Private instruction desired at
I
1 will be produce the and can be special rate
into prominence as a railroad station a large area planted to them crop
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= for the first time and the same will The' flbreless mango has been tried I. gathered and, in the order of things )I .
be true of Bassenjrer. It is difficult 1 i with great success on the lower East as they should be, reduced to oil on
for those living in the centers to even I Coast, but the propagation of the fruit I I the farm and then shipped as non- I
imagine the solitude of these prairie > ia yet in its swaddling infancy and if I II ',perishable freight at low rates. Dr.i I,
towns. Whittier is these importations prove successful it '1 Hood has had several years of experience r
; : even more segregated I I
ii-{ 1. fi than Bassenger, for the latter will have been demonstrated that II I in experimenting on Florida j I
: Osceloa has i soils He assisted in the first The New
: place is on the river and for years hasbeen county added a wonderfully experiments ,
in communication with the outer :i remunerative crop to her list I i : with camphor at the Satsuma I
AGENTS WANTED world by weekly boat service; but of commercial products. Them are plantation in Putnam county, and is
I other fruit and I Ir positive in his opinion
Whittier haa atood.between as a refreshment numerous ornamental concerning I
.i \\1 place for the saddle-bagged i trees including tamarinds the cam- 'l the possibility of producing plants 1.1 Home Bakery I
r horsemen pasing only! semi-occasion- i, phor. royal pomciana, grapefruit, Flonda for the manufacture of 6ils '
k P6 1 sad Cb peat Tire Killer-ftiaraaleed' ae (ire ally, in the fastnesses of the wilderness j kumquat orange and the most impressive There can be little -doubt about the I II ,-

,. w sUa ctlor;' ridea> aay asair.. .lias bee marketed for. years. a village unique in its absoluteness ,j display' of eucalyptus trees I success of the camphor venture at I II .
in the in the State. A great deal has been I Satsuma. The company which i.I is DARLINGTON UK
+ Ours Is factory twaaSi>lcfi save c.naawer K per cent over say strange fascination of its ,
' loneliness; welcome to the traveler written about the eucalyptus tree of I operating there has an area of about
tt , .th rUse; COO pedeaMt7l *r give yeu e&tlaaive rigat for yosrwaeela. because of its solitariness.Ta late. No demonstration is needed 1200 acres in camphor and a plant for Makes as t
tals will 111 tv* .rp Deposit *f $100 briagalkd Desaoastratic Fuse other than that at the Hunter farmto the reduction of the tender leaves and

;?1 ; r uclaatv *tract; Ibis w .* ..rdI... price and 4m *- Two years ago the Hunters established establish its hardiness and beauty. 1 I twigs to oil. The proprietary company BREAD

4.cte* fiM* iavoif*. ,.$l>naraate 4.. Tlr*.Fillers are .here their camp, or demonstrationfarm. The eucalyptus at the Hunter farm : is a large consumer of camphorand .
stand fifteen feet at the of 1 all the product of the farm will -
d la UTor Some effort wa made to placeit high ax*
e i h : .for rI.tbeag.a ey yea. near the center: of ,their holdings fifteen months from the seed Tfcey probably be consumed by them. Cone PIESCAKES'
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f but this was not an exact: attempt are not all so tall bat a good-many' atdanng the great amount of camphor
llowvw that may be, no effort was them are and the others are in a most : Imported and tile, crude methods of '
44' 1 : '., ,Peerless Tire Fill Sales Co. made to select I the most fertile spot glossily healthy condition. Th red foreign manufacture it would seem '' .
: IB the tract; it Mema rather that the kind to the kind to plant in this sec that Dr. Hood's idee..to not to be
/ACXSONVILLB cheese U not rich the land tion. Hunter tried the bio variety doubted. and! that Florida to overlooking
: U* MAIN 8TBKBT. FLORIDA PHONE** spot ao u Capt. as any Bakery: in Florida
.,;. I J, ; ; ; a-bout it., It to a vn*. land only: as without success bat the ethers an opportunity: by not going in for ""
>f I'; 4-* -_ _ compared with the Other prairie land: now and flourish with such splendid its culture. It to. not a crop for tile poor I I:
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x i ''' tie av, + ti'c d ', jt it -would-b.-haid-to''sake fh. health that it .to pre-eminently: the maa or small farmer however. It '
eaaoal observer btUerothat the farm tree to be used for shads Florida will remain for of broad acres 3. B. REED. PropIttl" te
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....... .. <"*. '. which,, ha* ba earred out of th* Faatar sal Hay Crass. and considerable means to take up I
' :, : -sips. IIsp1IsIkSuslIs $ siSiiuiuuISSIlIu1iuISISt OMtor of the prairio.U m.A. oT the I If it were left for m* to decide the this feature of Florida development. : 1 > fi I
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NOVEMBER : 1Z THE KISSI.MMEEYA; _..GAZETTE. I ', ',','" PA..j
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through a keen appreciation of oppoJ.1 I I i II11 II III 1111 III 1'111 I III I 11111I1 I ,. II 11I111 I II I 'I I 1I1IIIII- .'I ill i 11111111 1"t
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VISITOR FINDS MUCH tunity and seizing about the this.tide at section its of., M'COY REPLIES. TO i I II I .I M 11 H I 1111 1I1I11. I III I III I II I I III 11I111 III I I . ,,.


Florida should, -therefore be accompanied " a.. ., - ... 4:,

F TO INTEREST HIM with considerable weight LAND SHOW AGENT. .


.The. Florida_ 'Cottage.. ; ,A DEROS/TOR'S/ .
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',' ThcrThornwell'Orphanage"jin': :
"THE ,- .. : '- -" - "
TRUTH " "
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SEES MANY OPPORTUNITIES'THINKS ton, S. C. is under the direction and ;. "r ;
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control of Presbyterian synods
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:tl' THIS SECTION ,IS DBS- ida. Florida has one-fifth interest !in RAILROAD INDUSTRIAL,, ,AGENT R.EQUR'EMENTS't/ .:

it. 'There are about 26 brick and LETTER .,
CLEARrS PUBLISHED .
t- SAYS
..: TINED TO HAVE WONDERFUL stone buildings on the 150 acres -:- . .., .
" DEVELOPMENT'DURING of -clty'lotl-owned'' by theinstitu* IN GAZETTE WAS. .. -. -.-''' ,, vi=a' -.... --

tion. There are row .300 children'' OF FALSEHOODS. An individual desiring the services of iastitatioa . "' I'
NEXT FEW YEARS. in the institution. Thirty of these are I .... a banking i t'

j Florid ." i pliang. Up to this time f. 'SUE ---- federally exacts at least three requirements. j t ';/ <

1fi" Flqrtu'a' PresoVterians I> have never 't < 1 ' A* . ';'
Kissimmee ;
Mr. J.1 Reese, Editgr .
Andre Van der Meersch, of Ant. Jxfilt any collate on the premises'Tor 1 .
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.werp and Paris, has been the guest of housing its orphans. However, Valley Gazette' : First...SECURITY AND PROTECTION FOR DEPOSITS' :: *'ft.. "'

Capt. Fred Hunter for the past two ori lne first of ptember last, the Dear Sir '.' .
week The letter signed J. H. Cleary, assistant : . Second. .RETURNS ON FUNDS DEPOSITED j: "
of : '
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Monsieur Van der Meersc /metCapt cornerstone a very pretty i secretary Chicago Land :Show:) : p. , ;: ,
structure, to hose a family of/ 20 andlies
Hunter 'in one of his twenty- children was laic with befitting rere- is so, as full to misrepresentations my'Jetter of October 16th, I : Third-THE SCOPE OF GENERAL BANKING FRAGILITIES : .t
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and the
eight passages "across" monies. It is k own as Florida in full. : ,
friendship has been affectionate and as to warrant my answering I ttY j
cottage. The concrete walls ar completed -
lasting. While he came to Kissimmee and the Woodwork is jmw being In the first place I am charged with : .
primarily to visit hi/ friend he rushed forward. yOnly a having said there were no community ..
is nevertheless wide awake Co the thousand dollars needed to com- I exhibits at the show of 1911, and 1

many opPQrtunities presented here plete the building..f.urida people I he recites a list to show that I am : 't

and if really enthusiastic about the who feel that they would like to help wrong. Most of the list is states and : After the stability of the Bank, has been ascertained and a conservative f
possibilities of the soil/and/ the cliI I can send contributions to Rev. J. It. individuals. I did not even mention

win It is not imp bable that he'' Branch, Clinton, S. C. what he calls community: exhibits. :. and wise finsncial. policy .assured. the depositor, lie gives his atteatioa.to, the
return and invest .here but upon The word community does not appear

this matter he is by'nameans I certain.He I in my letter. I did not say anything investment possibilities; if a savings account is intended, the new castenter }
Is engaged in the growth and The time is coming when the young about the exhibits, which were very I .

manufacture of raw rubber, being connected man with an agricultural trainingwill line, except that therewere only three 'rants as liberal a rate of interest as is compatible with a sound tanking, ; sysYem ,
with the Ste. Kinanciere Heveaof command higher wages than the railroads represented there and two

Paris, and his business takes him bookkeeper;, cashier, or other city em- of them would not be there this year. ; then h< investigates the facilities ., the bank ia generalNatnraDy and. I
to all parts of the world. Hence it ployee. It is not so very far away" i I further stated I saw no county or

happens that Monsieur Van der either. The demand for such men municipal exhibits there. Mr. Cleary necessarily the experienced banker, whose constant business isMo investigate,
Meersth is a much //traveled and exceedingly is already far ahead of the supply. i does not name any. I criticised Flor-

well informed man. He ida by saying no exhibits, if you call should be pessessed of a technical knowledge bearing on ajf financial topics .
asserts that he ha* never seen any -- 1 a few pecans flanked by a few oranges
section of any country which he considers j I and grapefruit exhibits, then Florida The bank should kave at the disposal of i iti customers sucl/dsta and ider.a

so advantageously: favored in 1 1 had an exhibit-no more represented
all respects as this section of Florida. ColdSoreThroat !' the great agricultural and horticul- tine as is required by the investor. \ /

The northern portion 0(. Belgium, he Cough, I'| tural resources of the State than an
says, offers practically/the same soil Italian fruit stand would. -- I

conditions, but the cjinrate is cold. lie <: Three out of five Florida booths \

fails to see that the outhern portionof ; were in charge of people who did not .
France and Italy are like Florida, 1 live in Florida.nor had they ever been \ / I

as has often been stated by others. Sloan's Liniment gives i, in Florida, according to their own

The Land of ) porfllnit)'. quick relief for cough, cold, | story. You can imagine how much Our claim to your confidence rests on the ful (,,lent of the above requirement..
"There are undoubtedly many op- hoarseness, sore throat, ; good was accomplished through them.
Citizen. Bank of Kitfimmee i safe
i tI. contervative and liberal.
portunities here," and Monsieur Van croup, asthma, hay fever I I I visited the Land Show, morningand *. tou yet
der Meersch, "but I : the investor and bronchitis. afternoon, but failed to see the Your confidence and patronage i* invited r< ardl the amount of your fund.
should look carefully intip' all forms I' "crowds," clamoring for admission in : :

of investment befo re 'he puts his .AmitHT HERE'S W.Parca PROOF.Ma. ..of.FrodonU.V the morning. !If there were any vast ." :

_--money in. Itisiu t only prudent to- n.f,..1M>a. ** We use Hlokll'S L lnl- number of farmers there, they were. : .
do this-but lIRrn tfe t Kalisfactorjthink in meat in the ramT"J'allUJ[ c! n anyo.Iient "eflTe'Ctllally dhtguiKiil. - --, -- -c1-T
s the end to all cones ned. Nobody has relief for odds and bay fever- i ,The Chicago; land show was no' fZENSffANKOFKISSMMEE
attauki.' >U>
money to throw away and when an investment ;,.Ittl iuvuuitly.i eou1jldrgandseeeaina : i more responsible for Mrs. Potter Pal- :
is made it should be carefully mer's investment in Florida land than ,

considered before hand." the King) of Denmark was.

Monsieur Van der Meersch made SLOM&SLINIMENT i The State of Georgia was represent-
two trips to the prairie with Capt. I' ed l hy a fine exhibit last year. It will

Hunter and a number of shorter visits not he this year, if my information is
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into the countryside. every correct. = \
<< he was surprised at the great If what Mr. Cleary says is true, as !

variety of products and fertility of I regards the financial success of the ARTHUR E.DOMEGAN. President W. X., SMITH. Cashier
the soil, but most of all he is pleased show is concerned, it is very sad, as .
"There's nothinglike RELIEVED SOKt, THROAt.Mm. to talk to < who has Directors:
with the climate. I have yet anyone I
.. nnxwaadModelluFla. \
it anywhere else in the world." writes. 1" I b.,,, bone"oUI.. of your made an exhibit there, who has told I ARTHUR E: DONEGAN, President H. M. Pfann, 1st Vice President
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In from the
he said Mniment and liilM' mill the. goal me they received benefits
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the world. My turn suet rr .r.
King i. -ox>ld Misunderstood.r nil It cured me ot mf ,rouble." exhibit commensurate with the t. W. DANN, 2nd Vice President ,
Monsieur Van der Meersch i.. !i amount invehted.I .
a
A, W. WINN L. H. COHOON F. W. HILL C. D.
letterof CARROLL
Belgian by birth and rearing/' and he GOOD FOR COLT/AND CROUP. I There was no malice in my ,
./does not understand how it is that 111 R. W. II. BTRAXf a,S21 KlmwoodATOiiua. October Ifith.( I went to Chicago Vans Agnew & Crawford Attorneys '
the people of the United States have Chicago, IB.,wrtMi: "A llt- to visit the land show as a business I : ; ;
tie. boy nt d..r 1 1 1 serethe I
and thoroughly -
ouch a misconception! of the true mother RloHtrf UnIT..t to try. j proposition came away
character of the late King Leopold. Nlin gee him three drone on iiigarIxfcir J satisfied, as a business proposition, I It
Rolnun l lll'il, .n ./'!indeed this seems to hurt him, and *illmut I liu criiniyiil Wen rUill"| ." ,1 \ Coast Line : +-HI I ii I IMIII 11 in in i I in i I MIIII I iiiilii i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii I Il'

rhe promises to give the Valley Gazette game; that the Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2Bo.fSOo\$1MO ad- :.:... ... ... .
an article on Leopold that will Pr/oo, !: could invest its money to better . . . . . ,TT.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

portray the character of the late kingas vantage.Mr. . . . .r
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his subjects saw him. can'sn Cleary's statement as to my-
"He was a great man and a great self in particular, and the Atlantic 444944444 : -: e ..++ + merchants we discovered with a fine i, from Whittier. Miss Bessie': has a >

king," said Monsieur, "and he was the 'Coast Line in general, as to the 4 .I stock of merchandise, doing a good j splendid reputation as a teacher. t.
vilely misrepresented. In all of my : ors.IOr. motives which actuated my letter of 0 + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4 business. I 1 Professor Morrow, of Madison, is'

1 travels I .reg rd a visit to Congo as'' October 16th, and the Atlantic Coast .4.. *'. Lee 'Buss is also trying' his fortune the-principal of the Whittier school .

,ti the moat pleasant, I did not go on Line, in not making an- exhibit at 4 + WIIITTIER + having,a Select line h bu lnes.. I was there for pleasure, Chicago, isa tissue of 'lies from the + + *j' Messrs. Young, McClelland and patrons are of the opinion that they
vacation but I gathered a good beginning to th/a end. 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + have the best conducted school that
on a Buss located Palmetto
rf . are on avenue, '
deal of useful information. I learned I ., li.rl: S.5kr ltetas Yours truly, + said avenue having1' been widened .to its history has'known. the attendance-
that the stories about Leopold being \WILBUR McCOY, 444 + + + 444 + 4 + 44 \ comply with modern requisitions, has is very large. and we-are: fully, per.. >
Agr. and Immigration Agt. A. C. I. suaded that patrons and instructors
a slave Qwner and heartless murderer become noted thoroughfare.On j
of'alaves all untrue and without Jacksonville, Fla:, Nov. 6, 1912. a will vie with each other to make .this ,
WJiH Rah for Whittier! Rex i ill once Londo/fTerrace is the residenceof x
session a success. ,
foundation. more a temporary resident of that Mr. John T. Drawdy, and that
I The Holy Rollers have invaded our'
Monsieur Van der Meersrh is a Acetylene automobile headlights old Whittier.No .
classic city, the same famous boy of his.
pleasant and polished gentleman of have been provide! with an attach- like enchantment has', territory, but from the signs left-be- t
the European type. It is all but inconceivable ment with which the gas may be created, sir! a fairy second birth old things Railroad talk has entirely thrown I, hind them we do not give them!! credit i ]
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that he has accomplishedso lighted by short circuiting the sparking a ideas politics aside, as the former iff a Nearby with any great success !
much at such a youthful age, butit I system with a switch from thedriver's vail have everything passed away is and modern new and up-to-pre- proposition and the latter a fore- I Fresh pork is selling in Whittier at
; gone conclusion. After many years 10 cents per pound. Dry goods and .
>ha. been dope without question I seat. .welcome andwarm '
date and the hearty' '
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of impatient waiting the road is at I groceries in the same proportion.
- ---_. hand shake received by your last on such a sure foundation that To make what might be a long story
a him feel at
correspondent' caused to the most skeptical among our citizens I short, Whittier Is on a good substantial .
1Y1 $iy1 1 fi. y1 y1 Y1 home. We are at present domiciledat have acknowledged the fact that ere large sized boojxu_ Uh as likely ,.
where Miss
f1S the Orawdy mansion 1 many moons the whistle of the b loco- future prgap: ietn>ir"y>jr city in the
!ifitfi Jane still rules supreme; the house 1 motive will be heard at our very Stai"cs'n boast- require a few
still stands in its old dignified posi- door. The real estate marked i There of the O'Serry family: or those .t'F ;

31ffi! tion, facing the town like the the castles broad bouyant, many parties areaiurnrus to of theunne material to develop the. r 1 t
!Ii of old, looking down on invest but those havijtg roperty to plajM,nbut they are coming and the
it. The Patrjarch
acres that surround sell are shyu Ixmigf aware that facilities \ -, -date, of their coming is not far distant. " n-n I
ifi was absent on a supply purchasing ('transporting productsjwfll We have the land climate and I
Downing Realty Company expedition when we arrrved. and a fam-
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TIe .ffrratly: increase the valueprtheir all things else that constitute .pros '
ily conclave wasted! the night ofojj *'
property. perity. We only'require a populationwith ,
arrival and Ore }jdea of our jftfKg to 1
I your city, off the fojlftw+rrg SaturdayWas We found Mr. Gejx Hodges. of sufficient industry to properly ; ,
these and
advantages
of order, andan Christmas, among Jine railroad em appreciate capital
ruled finjijs yoiit.
and intelligence enough1' to com"bine
This youtfg \
I entecsfl t into wherebywe ployes. gentleman commenced
agreement remain aver until Monday, with the railroad at Fort them and we will have as fins e.7. ,
were to
Christmas 00 / ear last spring ata country as any portion of the State > .
that makes good. decidedly againstthe ago '
The company > the majority was so can boast. The ordinary cracker have 'I t
1 that Rex was small salary and they are now paying I
proposition
return
The company that backs every statement/t makes with hard cash. compelled to give up his original plan him sixty dollars per month. This passed their lives in this community; ',
without realizing the opportunities i
whin, do ;
proves a young man can by
_ If we sell it to you, it's g t to be just as e say, or we will take it off your and At adapt the intersection himself to circumstances.of Broadwayand industry and peraeverence. Rudy Buss within their reach. The opportunltiasn., i

found the is on the s me trail and is close after are here; its development belongs te set
hands and give you your mone; back. Falmetto avenue we George. the future, and those who al e wise
Lake Marion hotel, (previously the
1' We have for sale city and uburban h mea, from five hundred to seventy- Hotel de Beulah), J. A. O'Berry, pro- The Whither poxtofTice is once enough will reap to their take reward advantage in 'the of time them to'' ,' '
found that gentlemanto more in a changing condition. Mr. ?t
We '
prietor. s
five hundred dollars. Nice imp ed farm for fifteen hundred to twenty-five be an up-to-date manager with John Baisden, )hikvjng lost his assist come.With transportation within, o ?F !
easy ,
thousand dollars. Orange groves from ne to twenty-five thousand dollars ample accommodations for thirty ant postmistress Djimarriage, that reach, the cry will be watch Whittier. .I
larder fortune
boarders, with a well supplied young lady having unrt xlher And if "
Jour-
we can a
Raw timber land from ten to one h dr dollars per acre. calculated to furnish one hundred if with Grant Baas, has ofTerKjhe gov- grow.nal haying for its directors procure men that ;
Much to our regretwe ernment his resignation and It dolt
necessity arose. '
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We are offering what we belie e 0 be the beat timber and turpentine failed to see Mrs. O'Berry, that Young will take the position.two which will display has been the exercised sense and by judgment the manapers -,! t 9

\ proposition in the State, I write for d iption and price,) also some extra nice lady relatives being/ but away the on universal a visit to decision some city, mail the one routes to Alger extending and the from other this to of the Valley Gazette: we.can. ;l' N +e
be assured. of successful issue to our +,!
well drained and splendidly located p e land, at from twelve fifty to. fifteen I among Whittier people was, that she I Lanier. have been awarded to thethe' efforts........... a \ .
for the family Lee taken
having
was in every way qualified i ubs ,
dollars per acre. This is the cream ol he rairie land in this section of the State. position of hostess or any other posi- former, and Gussie the latter. London Rather, Ne"lbQa-,Yorkl all right.Who Whittier can say I' . .

. We hue some splendid .mal colon tion propositions that will bear the r tion that a lady could is still fill.Bunter's .patronized The orange crop is unusually large. but that in th distant this may behlch .. ; or> '
paradise The Drowdy's groves have nqt yet the order in they will beREX. r ,
investigation by the belles and beaux though manyof been gathered; the fruit is still green, named. .
k, closest the old patrons of that noted field I but finely flavored with just enough t. ; Lt4

We are from Missouri and/ a want to 'SHOW YOU," just as we would had paired since Rex left these shores. I acid in them to make them fine for That Mar Adyertiae.eat." .'
The baseball excitement is here, eating. The average size insures a''
want to be shown if we were in your place. even the children practice with or- goodly number of boxes at maturity. A majority of the members'of the f ., rt y

Remember our ironclad guarantee, Your toney back if property it not anges. I Weather conditions cool and cloudy )I Ij Unitef;. .
: The Dembcratic rooster is in the I with I II Tools that thy do not know aa | { ;
light rains the roads and woodsare
height of his glory. He looks defiantly i ; I Advertisement when see, one; f a
a. we represent it. at every stranger that he thinks is i land i rapidly drying without up and autos pas hence; they have passedth eya law reovlr-- . f

not strictly in accord with the political repass interruptioiWe leg that all advertisements set i* ". ,1 f

I lines drawn, and crows loudly for We were for a few days ths guest reading matter type be labelled, act "'!." ,. }"
the ticket, the whole ticket, and nothing of Mr. W. M. Simmons at lake .Win cordingly. Tbey.elsotequirevillagi?' i' Ii .
but the whole ticket. I'der, and found everything In ;ood newspapers swear to theft owner"1. "" ..J; '!1 ;1P'

DOWNING REALTY CO. I IQ .we found the original proprietors shape. From thence sr our old f"end ship and file the affidavit. in ;.Wash, '1.i.\ ;

Of'the hotel behind the counter of a Duck's we were carHed: in a one-horse. ington, whereas everyreader sad .: : 1-t;

!I I well stocked store house, selling goods wagon. / Ion in the villages-wherein-the papersV'$ .
as both the head and foot of a mercantile Cattle appear as a general thing are published iinows: ,who-! owns taemjj- :t..." "' ,W'
!Ii Room* 5 and 6 over State Bank YB 1 firm. to be doing Wll 1 and if the winter U The old woman who answered tsWJ: :Ii 111'i

..JIIi ; Mr. McClellan was found at tianle''plaee h a favorable it/. thought that) the losses census taker was corrtt when she y' .'.'1,[f "y: .':'

!Ii'I previously occupied by, will be very light!: .. ,v said,I"CODgr..u.is'-.a'ifod.tt. hbala'.' '''+' 3 .;
U with the city Miss Bcssio. Gorda U ,. ,. ..o'N h .. f. ,
him keeping pace WPr , Hodges. of Christmas 1ri'.". r ,J. ,
"" I arryiaga .........increased..stock.freeh -*! passed through. the-fdty last week on . .,,,...." t,,' II!$I ).lyi
If. = 1iiiJ ;|-.. > go ds.--j..... ., Ur wa/Stf take''charge of I the Turn- CoolnwsJ, between trt...... !

'r lnrp.: 7----- Randolph. Young, one .ofw'the nenu'V'S r Win school...situated about five miles away' te the.k* eeeam'taloon:;, :.{3 : ( ,
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, . . ... THE KISSIMMEE I I VALLEY GAZETTE' FRIDAY NOVEMBER S,:1912.
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F''''' The t' Kiss'im'triee' Valley-- i Gazette. ';-, .OSCEOL'A'. COUNTY ELECTION RETURNS - ,i.,

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"W. B, h ARRIS.Pubilaher.I.. : II. REESE. r . S dIa d5 'd' a' d I '
"' F IOA.Y. OFFICE IN VALLEY OAZISTTB BUILDING.OSCBOUA .
EVP.RY K188IMMEi.: COUNTY. KLOH1UA. t t3 '.# :"Z .: .

ODe- .SUBSCRIPTION copy .1 l xmonth AATES____._:_:_Dn._;:copy.!' .;-:V- n m.-"opx;-.i.1K ;!,_ttlNtl'-+:nonth.:- :-:.:-,_._.._A..I1.BO-,40 ---.-.-.-.;..f'...- --< ..--J..... : '2'; j"'2.mw;. ",a i -'$3"" "-I at3, !. ugggv .1..1: iJ..I .n;;: I ,. - ./

i from our aulhoifd: : corl'I-! ;:'dn.t-.tl;: ; ;" ...is }ow..CI .2. If 2.. .J 1iA J:: .1;a t t t r -
All comunl..atlonl..pt "
t i t lrnd by the writer. c..c: : AooCl.u: c.rn dt: ,) d: 'dz:
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-'- --' ---- -" '- For Member (louse of !
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? : ReJected matter will, not b' returned;; unle. called for ._._._ ___ preslntatiTt.s: .
Entered--at the Poitofflce' in--Kl-.-.-lmm-,-'"-, Floiida.; : .as ."cund'cI... mall, matter I 11. Clay Stanford _______ 396 I 26 49 120' 37 29 10 ,
1 ...., r'c - Clay Johnson ____u____-, 124.. 1 1 1 134 I 7 5 9 I
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1912. -- ,_' For Clerk Cir'ult. .. I Royal
==--- .. : r I.. Court: I II I
w N'HE' John I. Overstreet __ 458 27 49 127 42 3414 I
I r L NEXT PRESIDENT. J. M. Anderson --_ -- _ 34 I 0 0 137 I 1 0 4 I .
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I The result of Tuesday's election-:::not surprising except in the extent I L. 11. InR"ram For Sheriff_u: 4211 !I' 2746 160 I 40'.I 36 / 17 I A .

1 and thoroughness of the endorsement given the Democratic platform and Warren King __hh I, 86 0 :3 I 123.I 3 I 0 3 I DdkiitfJI I III
For County Judge: I I I I
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1 S candidate in all parts of the country. T. M. Murphy _ 452 26 42 1140 I I 37 i 82 I 20 I
\I had line with the recorded I result, though the O. J. TomlinRon u 46 I 2 2 j 1141 I I 6 0 1 Powdei!
All the forecasts keen in I '
For (G. Supt. Pub. In8..1 I I I j I .
: i r. prophets always cast an anchor to windward by saying that Roosevelt'strength W. J. Sears - - 404 25 46'' 110 I 37 26'' 10 "
r was an unknown quantity and could not be told until the votes were counted. 1 C. S. Cooper _ . ,90. I 1 I 190 I 7 1 I 9 A1solutelyPure
For Tax Collector: I I I f
:.' The elimination of Taft was generally conceded and his pitifully small I ('. L. Randy -- .' 4(16!; 26 48 I 162,1 I 41'' 34 16 }
c i. 'vote i' shows that when the people are aroused as they have been through A. M, Doughty 32 0 ,0 r, 1161!>..., I 21 I 0 I 4 Tlie Powder de
II I For ('0, A"'elOOr"''' of Taxes", ; only Baking nifromRoyalGrepeirpamoJMar
"( months of compaignmg with solid facts lo back the assault made upon the William 1. Barber . 444 :27 49 1214 I : 40 I 33 16 1
recreant party that idle as For Treasurer
County :
The Democratic will have the best opportunity of its life to hold the R L. .Hotl 24 : I J
; party Lupf..r 49 I 123 I 42 1 m: 19M -r--
reins of government for the good! ol the people as against the protected classes. : 11. Porter :II! 1 0 144 I I 2 I 0 I 3 I
For ('o. 'ommissioner 1 f
Of A truth often told becomes trite and stale with the repetition yet if there District So. I. I I II II I *

was 'one truth made evident during the campaign which terminated in the E.: I.. Lesley IH( :24 I I I Adds r
Mar'\fur ('osner, :W 0 '
election it was the subservience of the Republican party lo the protected industries For C... Commissioner 'S.-
The operation of this. system threw privilege. and power to a few Distrietu., ::1. 1 1I Healthful f
and. A. F, Bass. ::1,1( 26 II 135 :III ,12:! 1I I
who became wealthy at the of Ihe many. II i I' Ilue though trite
expense .1.I 1 F Bullarl 19;!! II(I 4 14r. 4 \\I I
t 4 the people have at last! 'recognized it._ .For :\1111. l'o. Bd. of I \ ualilIestole

,. Mr. McCombs, chairman of the fJemocialir campaign' committee was I'uhlic Instruction.: I,
,. W W. ('handier :17rt: 4:1: Ill:! I 14
light when he said it was the people's victory Tuesday's vole was a vote of .1 II M-.w:; ::11'' 0 ]169! 4

. and not for Man Ihe I candidate was an incident' '' --- ,
Thing a
protest against a lii tin' ul"u" 'table\. only those Denioiiatit Kiesinrrnec precinct 549: ; (n. It Hans
in the campaign but it I is to he hoped that he will measure up lo the tern minium"* haMi'K;'/ llepulilitan :i for County Commissioner I District I II
of the office to which the people have chosen him \ opposition: ill thr I tountv anoniimcr, I No 4 received :H4 at Kissinnnee pre- I
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r, requirements ati'd Theott* of tho .' ('andrtlatt'ffvlio I cimt; W Walker for County Commissioner -
e.r \ \\IMC ,.I..t( tr.d, received, ij <
r THE REPORT OF THE SPECIAL AUDITOR. t 1'llo'l" given' : Arthur I K. \llonpffnn, ,j Kihsimmce precinct, :UJ4; W. (", HUBS
--- .: lll"l"tc' for :Senator: I ISith! Mistnct.7S'I : for member Board of Public Inntruotion. -
., I ; 1 this ol the Valley Gazette to the reserved) !\! votes in .the county with District No. 1 I. received at Kis- To Protect Secret. authority of the navy tlepartmen'Toituf '.,:
Considerable issue
I space is given in nor 1'1.'lIlI't. Cluli Crass; missing; II. siminee precinct 39J:!; Georjre..W. Over- For the protection of military sec1 "s. Ha, Jroat llarl>or. ('ul.
r,, report of the expert accountant who iccenllv made an examination of theCityT I' (..t-ijror, for Pio-iutinp) Attorniyfd ;intreet for member County Board of 1 ret of the United State., President bra (;dauntanumo, Cuba; Pearl liar
r Kr I ,fd) at Kis-ininu-e pri net :(70( ; Public' Institiction., )District i No.2. received Taft issued an .executive order forbidding l bor> Hawaii; ( ll\lm\ ; and Suhif( Bay
>f>iEs and accounts! I:+ .JJlol,1 .V Lanior for ('ount\. Corn at KivRinimne' precinct :.145; for foreign vessels to enter the Philippine Islands These ports are
1 4''i! :;' Now that the Valley Gazelle has gone lo the trouble and expense"of" -I nn.''sioiu'i Ilist I)i iot i N V 2, TeCT'lx'Od at --rt'rmrtc-Sttrv'ryor-4f.: \ .t+.llam. 2 7. f.!>!!Q.i.ngport.... without the speiiul 1 American naval bases

S, ;i printing this repoil without cost to the City il I iv lo lie hoped! that r\ery' ones -- -- -
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II interested in the finanCial allairs of the town will tel bur and! ,ir.ul the iepoit

To those who have any
}; + }I, there is little satisfaction lo be gained from' reading It 1 The leport may l bet :

'; perfect and complete from a bookkeeper's point of Mew. l but when It comes to

: informing the average man about the City's standing financially, it is a puzzle. I

t* .'' ....... The Gazette indulges the hope that the people generally will ge able tot THE LANDS WE OFFER
>, get more meat out of this report than we have been able\ to ma
r '" tin which refers to the earnings and expenses of the electric light!! plant isI i;' are suited to any purpose, whether it be

i \ i interesting because of the comparative figures given. Yet the reader I is left(

I lf. absolutely in the dark when he arrives at the "why?"

., ) It is shown that it cost) the electric light plant more than three thousand I Ir Farming Trucking Fruit Growing

r dollars for operating expenses during the year 1903 and more than four ,

i .R 1 thousand dollars for the year 1905 and just about two thousand dollars for |

f I the year 1904. Ther? must be a reason for this difference but the report fail I or'forColonization'

i' 4. to how why this happened to be or was caused to be. .

s't What i* really needed in connection with this report is a compendium !

.'s written by some one who has kept intimately in touch with city finance for

j I the last ten year The report should, in fact I Be accompanied with a chart ,

'. .. and compass alphabetical index and, copious, annotations. The Gazette! regret .

: i that it i is unable to furnish the necessarykey to a full understanding of it,* '

1 If K4I\\' I Ir Hetre we give the report, at j it was given 0 us; do the best you can with it. Read the following list and write us for particulars: 7

; MORE ABOUT. STRINGER'S ROAD BUILDING PLAN. ,
,,1 1000 acres of selected land *"."* 690 acres adjoining Bassen-
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1 Jr., Elsewhere in this issue is an editorial from the Tampa Tribune referring I
j' to the Stringer road building proposition which the Tribune 'espouses and fronting on Kissimmee river and ger and having a river frdntage
\: i which the Gazette finds fault with.
ljf r X f The Tribune puts a number of categorical questions to the Gazette all of I lying immediately between two of 3 miles. This land is qSttra
which this paper. is willing to answer just as the Tribune would have it, to I
4;: "- ,, be liberal if for no other reason. The Tribune seems to think that the Gazette I Ir large colony propositions. This select, and, is adapted td the
I" has uttered a transgression of unforgiveable proportions because it has l lY I i
R ., raised objections to the Stringer proposition without offering any better plan.t' I It land is prairie and muck, and growing of anything--fruit, vegetable -
t: t ;' The Gazette has offered no pla'h and IS not prepared to offer a plan upon short'
T notice but it does not necessarily follow that we should be willing to accept I I: was selected by the president of or farm--that can bea
'i the plan proposed simply because we have formulated none.
',;'i> 4ir The Gazette would remind the Tribune that"it is a great deal easier to I big insurance company in New produced in a tropical or semitropical -
',. state what one does not believe than to say what he approves and the Gazette .
t i is quite in line with the Tribune's idea that this subject should be discussed I York City as being particularly country.
. at length and in detail by way of helping the members of the Legislature to
reach tome kind of mature judgment before the session convenes. adapted to the growing of all

r ..... In the absence of such a campaign, it is still likely that the Legislature 480 Lake Marion
acres on
f j'' \ T will develop a plan because of the fact that the people are aroused on the varieties of vegetables and farm ,
r subject of good roads as they have never been before and when this is the 1 1-2 miles from Whittier and ..
ait can hardly be doubted that there will be a number of measures offered. products as well as citrus fruits. ,

;i(. "5 '5 s '\ We cannot: foresee what will happen at Tallahassee, but the opinion is held having a lake front of 1'mde.acres .
t. .5 S that .it .would be better! for the several good roads advocates to get together 4000 muc k, and prairieland
a,,; t' and congeal their ideas and work out a practical measure than to have _
i( .r the member pledged to a measure with features that are unquestionably oh5 lying on Lake Winder 12
.;, jectionable. 11,000 acres in DeSoto Coun-
r i Senator Stringers measure being in the form of a constitutional amendment miles from the Kissimmee Val-
; it would necessarily have to be submitted to the people for ratification. ty, l lying on the south shore of '

:A This would occasion delay of two years longer before anything of a helpful ley.ExtensIon of the East Coast
f': : [ I character could be accomplished even if the people approved and there is Lake Ishtokpoga, 12 miles from
'cause .to doubt that the people would approve a fifty million dollar bond Railway.
r .. issue. terminus of Haines City branch '"

, ; Without touching of the objections formerly advanced since the
any
.,' : Tribune has brushed them aside si being vague and without force the Gazette 1000 acres on Lake Myrtle, of A. C. L. Ry. The section in

I-.' T'. 5 5. believe that the people of those counties that have already spent large sums
r ;" r of money for good roads would oppose the Stringer plan. about 4 miles from Narcoossee, which this land lies is growing

i \ I Duval county. for example: is just spending the last of a million dollars
\ ;, of bond money for road in that county. Dade county is another county that and adjoining the famous New rapidly, and in a short: time will

'II'j' 1', ha spent large sums for good roads and has its system pretty well completed.
\, -- and there are others of this class. Then we have another class of counties. Eden Plantation. This land is be thickly populated with farm-

+ like Osceola. which have spent very little but are now on the eve of a good .
k -s 5 :,. roads bond issues, for something must be done to get good roads in less. than practically all muck. ers and fruit growers. .

two. .year
# 3 1 Osceola i is agitating for half a million. After this issue is earned .
: assuming -
r* The above lands will be sold only in entire tracts. The terms
** ',p that it will be, i ia it likely that the people of Osceola will favor the Stringer

;4 z jl plan? 'Our connecting links will have been built from county to county at liberal and the titles to all good.
exceedingly are
the expense of Osceola, and there will be no occasion to call on the State to are : ,

'help.o-faraa.thsJocal.DottioLvfJbe.pSem. I jsrs erpect ____
e' The Gazette doe not doubt that the required number of legislators would -- --- .. .
';' i; favor the submission"of such an amendment as that proposed by Mr. Stringer. : /
45 jy to .a. vote, of the: people. They would favor it on the principle that the P. A. Vans :; Agnew and Arthur E. Donegan
t' people have the right to'express their opinions. The Gazette would favor the .
r Stringer measure th.t'l.r. but no further and and we believe a majority of .

.the !legislator*'and the people would take the earns riew.I 'Owners -
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I The Miami Metropolis recently issued a special) edition which is a credit KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA '.. .nI
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NOVEMBER a..lt1Zo, / THE :KISSIMHEE VALLEY GAZETTE A ..
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' fn6 Kissimmee Valleu (Gazette bia/aivj esMlC iaaert T ''. Farr aadMXU i Daughter. 'fSt. i the .
w7rd. ; ant inn a prevent*of a few friend, ,
i w a le 7 dead, spent ytttaipaay ia the city WILKUK .M'COY CAME conclusion of the tereawnz tires ONLY ONfBID fOR
TtLP.OP.f r" 0. H.
c', .' r .e......__ 'Mr*.- 'G. 'O. Ward/tad children, of Mr*. F. F. HspCer left Thursday wars notified by te4eplmnrxThe bride

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Blue Rapids, KAnj ar:' oa. aa extended to:visit her sMUter-ia New Jerk' for with wore real a gown lace.of Botaf pukXatin parties trimmed have DIGGING THE DITCH .

-iT_ jf visit here/Co >>r..and Mrs,'-):;' a'month.. S TOJUSSIMMEE many friends/wWVich/ them bappi.we "

w.. _. a+.t.ra..8 S. Cowger. Wards parents; Seed. caaava *UM>. nrf- -thousand. **. Mr an/I/ Mr*. Hughey left last 4. . .__ "

4 :: ..r.c J,..Wade Tucker maaacer Order early, J. A.J Gjpifaia. St. dood > I t.aranon, UteTgeaboard for a bridal COUNCIL TOOK IT UNDER AJ).; .
. . V EIYES VIEWS ON UNO SHOWS when they return will be .
of the Everglade ?.rea Lam..... Fla. 5-Stp at VlS lENT FOR DECISION .
.* ... borne U their friends at N. 506 Tyler :
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Company's,lrgW pl t at.Loughman. .
f Weather Report 11Following wa transacting: business* in this city" I Mr.,... D.gut-sCs Geiger. t.hia.meeiwtertaiaiag ___ \''"r'i' ' ' street' TONIGHT: ?'. -2.-: :. :."

Wednesday. RECE1'I.'t''CONTltO\'ER.SY' I'
/ S : IN COL.
c Mr. and Hoirsia*. and their -

,E. H. Eggle&glue. Who spent the grand-eon. Eropkins, .who arvM. UMNS OF GAZETTE REACHES THE ROSARY" ,wASPlfASING' .
t are th.dailj temperature summecat his old boa** ia Milwaukee. 1III IteriDc at. Apop ;/ STAGE. OF HEATED .' Only' one bid was entered for cut* i'..
and precipitation as Wi..,returned here/Monday' night, and ."* tine the drainage canal along tke woet'
reported by ,the Government stated that ) poke your aoJyfeut of the door after to ..:1i/ at Cheraw. Sv 0.1 4 I. *. corner to the Lake- The solitary bid '. ,.
station at KlMinune for the ._ .
John F. representing the. u",
,, week ending Nov, 7 1912. 2.since m f hv the, or first before of ,October.11 a. m., any' day' Home mpanT4. of Tampa.. I. Wilbur McCoy immigration and Industrial CAPABLE COMPANY PRESENTS was The auboutted Council bad by' J.a mAting P. Ittddlemaa.Tweoday

is in the city his welB: agent of the Atlantic: Coast evening and racoiveddb* bid in

MAX .1.". .*!. > C. W. Ward went to flanford last Brok/w I, Linn, spent several boon in Kissrm- LESSON DRAMA AT THE flora, but did fot yTon the bid. 'Act quee-
II 1 astd wife aad littlj
Friday . 87 G9 week tn company with, soon Wayne. W. H. camt from mee Wednesday' and wa a visitor at PASTIME THEATER. ion wa defeVro* until the meeting
and they aod drove back I, daughter /rwn Apopka I the Valley Gazette officeMr. / which baa be
" bougM. take
Saturday. . 80 57 a witness Kcallod to place to
1' trim but night to The Rosary, I McCoy baa recently become. involved '
Mr. Ward bad night
Sunday . . 69 49 Overiand-ap Jtich oar. I which wa produced at the opera in a .controversy. Vrith one of "The Rosary" 'gi..n at the Pastime It
a Cadillac to % be is somewhat may be occasion: for
: some sar-
Monday . 78 69 partial, but be was Impressed with the ., house by' a strong company.All j f'I the officials. of the -Chicago Land theater Thursday evening was piles that a job of this magnitude .e
,' Tuesday. . 79 64 qualities of the Overland and U going member of American Wo Show., because ttj strongly: denounced presented' by a capable company and should have attracted only' on bid. i
to give it a tryout !i the land show abeing worked up by the audience while undemonstrativewas The estimated of the ditch
Wednesday 84 63 I :? man's league, are requested to attenda coat: U
for fbeir
promoters own benefit and j
Thursday 79 69 96tiiiiiiiiiiniii List your hoi"'es forwent t with Mr*. meeting at 3 to n JbeJfeld*t the Chapter Monday House.after- j that they were Wlhout practical benefit The appreciative.play is not the ki /that appeal aside about to$7,000.but pay' ,'for th.$10,000 work.has The been City act

+,i. fr Summer \ 45 tf noon Matters of p. sxtreme y importance will to those wife paid for them. I to every one for the Season that it fails to get the benefit of competitive i
Mr. McCoy letter in the Garette is *
I distinctly a "lesson piece and the
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bidding on the work when there is
i and member
-- be considered,
One of the every
most a.ttraetij.reamp.ignll I brought forth a lengthy: reply from; serious parts concuote the burden of
only one bidder in the field.
effort be .The
of advertising now ronning in should exert every to present ', J. M. deary, assistant ecrtary of I II the time a heaviness of these ditch is be
recognised to much
this paper is that of the"White Clover P. K. Weaver visited Sanford this the land show, and the language he :. lines is offset yacsages of comedy needed improvement and it i*a assumed -' t
Flour, a fully guaranteed product., I will Sadford -:'used was extremely: plain; the factis that the production from !,
'. : | THE!: LOCAL FIELD. ; distributed b* t Peninsular NavalStores week.next He week go or to several, weeks probably of ': that the assistant secretary didn'trefrain being entire!]/ gloomy. have that it started Council a will* soon take a*measure practicable to

..{ Co., of Tarfnpa, and sold by local auditing work for Ay/I*. Conslly who !: from using the abort and ugly The cornpanr j i. well" balanced' and
... dealers. WUrust that our readerswill has important I word, Mr. McCoy comes back in this there are unimportant characters
holdings enterprises -
f1! III I MM give this 'r triaL .46-lt at SaJ/rd.inlsey/raJ Mr. Weaver is !, issue of the Gazette and says that the in. the play. It.was presented in suchan c
< pour ; Chicago man's letter is made of efficient style to leave little
-- : Big Remo 1 Kissimmee 'conected with the Citizens Band of : up as
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.. false statements and all that Mr. McCoy fault
> Kissimmee. I to be found with the players;
Furniture Co. 44tf.C .
Silk scurfs, t./o and loyg, 75 cts : 1: says in his published letter he if there were feature'that' were not
I-'. II. Lawson. 'l'OA'U; 4ti-lt, i H. Blanchaine and ta-mUy are The ladies of the Baptist church I sited! to the member of the Gazette altogether pleasant it was the vehicle
now comfortably quart TM in their will have a market injfhe Osceola I family. and not the actors to blame.
i W. H. Brokaw,-4rift'inc, Broth- handsome new bungai on Mabbette Hardware Co.'s store cry Saturday Says Land Show Are Frauds.. The evening spent by the large audience 5&1OCENTDEPARTMENT

era, the tree peo 40tf. streetMr.. /nd Lfs. Blanchaine are I during the winft-r, bp uming with to- 'I "I( was one of unusual diversion for
You rill/find in this market came to Kissimmee specially to Kissimmee theater It
is not
most desirable Kissim morrow. : patrons.
j quisitions to 'I
Grower TiAJall. oV1iihi j 'l.. .118 II I tee the Gazette about this land show
I mee ftocirtyixfind their new home is home cooked/x/ rticles prepared by often that they have an entertainmentof
\ -itor to tae W lesday.White business said Mr. McCoy. "Land
; blst this .
cooks Kissimmee.Give
considered one of the most modern some of the in typeIt
Sewing 1 Machines.i'e Kissmi-, I and convenient in the city. them a trial. I I I shows are a fraud, and any communitythat is to be regretted that the scene ;
into lhem might
puts money / as which
Furniture was designed to be the most
IO" 44tf : Kisimmee Auto Garage and Machine Mr and Mrs. TL Iludmn. and', well' throw thai mucn money away. i solemn and effective"shoald have been

Skirts. coats \iitadr to measuie Company> rili d6 anything in 1 Mrs. Cargile. of Lincolrylll.. are in I am willing tof grant that there may marred by an outburst of hoodlumism I
--\Hon't forg U/F. H. (.awson. H lathe or machineKsrork for you' for Kissimmee for /The w'mer. and are I i be some return (Crofn such exhibits but 'I in the gallery. OF
automobiles, boa/*, nJ all other ma stopping with! /F. Ur Lawson., !\I r.I I I they are so mto/er and indirect that

After an abxeju-e of- tfiTee weeks chinery. / T 15 tf Hudson will me >S years old next ,| the money could be spent to better FLORIDA SHOULD HAVEIMMIGRATION
Dr. W. L. Wir/f rVtupned to the city < February and |iX le and h..rbe 'I 1 purpose in other directions. :
Sunday S Wilbur McCoy, industries gent of i ing in full possession" of all his faculties ,' "It is certain that the Chicago Land BUREAU.; DANN'SDEPARTMENT
/ the Atlantic Coast; Lin was in the and able to walk wherever. he i i Show is not conducted primarily for
For drexsroAkinK wppiy to Mm.Cmma city Mndxfnade a most wishes to go. the good of the public and Mr. Cleary Florida needs'more settlers. This

): WilonVjfi ark street North I' We-dnelOdlrii. office. Mr. McCoy says the Chicago Tribune had to take has been repeated so often in thee'! I
liRHimmee. 4B-.ltp. 'n to many of our Tampa Time p-\ Vans Agnewand it bark after letting it out because it columns that it has become tnte.

1 I : ., lets the season Frank Vans Agnew, two prominent j lost money for the promoters. If it While, California, and other States i
- --- "- K lLEe.wcll. Lro J.k-2\lli"-! t{>aa .."I"nul, j"'mlll cne of theJI.r1:_' citizens )C $simme-e. came : lost money for the promoters then it in the far Rest and of the .
foremost catUt-Jmsjrr was in the city lies thaI outfit here for a week's, hunton oxer- to I mM IV l tug lu tv--g..t-the -i.. A f.lllir.! : ..11 18I1nl. fnr ll ,Hi/I "nl l "I\\y hwetsStates maintain many d&k-!

,i few day!his weekIliram | the lower" prairie latest election *turns at The Times any good w orate and extensive! immigration bureaus - -_. ,

I Moodr'ho ow'JW<"aii extI' ,,"- The meetin afternoon office They are good Democrats and Utlieoeo" in This Section.Mr the great continental railroads
Laymen's* both when the
|nghly jubilant
: were
Y ora"' p'o's( Bluff I is I wifl held leading into such States have similar STORE
at 3 o'lock be in returns showed. plainly that Wilsonwas McCoy said he had a number
.peodng, : th wed, .11" KisRimmce bureaus and 1 every city and town has I
7w the I'resbvteriaH chu/th. Bro. A. S. overwhelmingly victorious of inquiries about Kissimmee section for their
Nelson<; \ th /services and take which led to the conclusion that there systematic plans advertising I ,
Miss Irene Milliard ceffently return- for his subject"|' *orgivenes8," Matt, Andre Van der Meersch!( a native of was great interest in the lands here. advantages and while. the United 3rl ROOR
'd from a few Vweers visit in South New York City during his in Am- States government even has been assisting
chapter 18. Amost cordial welcomeis iy He appreciated the fact that the people -
I Carolina 19 hen ttbmf. on Milliard'sIsland. extended ill men and boys to attend : Belgium but who, mak nis home in | here were alert and wanted to in turning the tide"of immi

I especially strangers in the city. I erica, was th* guenrXf Capt. F. F. I keep the advantages of the county favorably gration that way, Florida has been 0.0

i S. R. Field and wife, LouKhman, < eo. F Parker. president. (j Hunter for t-o wejlfs. which. he spent I|' before the public "But don't depending and wholly the land on' the real for estate advertising
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agent company
making nunreroUs'Trips to the praine spend your oft land shows,
outoftern 8 or 6 doea of 6e-ill break any I in the soutlern/part of the county said he. "I 1 visit USis Chicago Land for settlers / Offers inducements to the Housewife '
case of Chills &: FevA; and if taken { and inspecnnsj the numerous orange I' Show for business/ I went there to The truth about Florida is good '
Tuesday. then a* a tonic the FJever will not-re j groves anduCruck farms in 'this sec- study itI dldn\/go as an idle sightseer enough. Itomelleeke will come this the Maid and the Quid i

Mrs. II. C. Lightsey- Mildred, of prf citf, are visiting her New York Mr. Meersch expressed exhibits which were there as reprorenting o\tr .
I
parent M/T arhTMrs. J. K. Hilliard, A. S. Nelson returned'Saturday I j himself as more than pleased with our I Florida were in no wise creditable world when they/ learn the truth on the counters of a Kissimmee -
I from attending the annua nvention about Florid. Xjnfortunately the
of Milliard's Island. < {, city and county and predicted a wonderful I, and they were in charge of people ) .
of the Christian Endeavor held
at real and the land mercantile boast "
the estate afenu companies :
influx of people here during I who didn't know anything about Florida -
I Ocoee from Friday Ur Sunday induI do tell the
Mrs. J. Z. Rqbersgjtf'after ten days next year. and had never been in the State. not/always truth
spent with .het 'r.--Mra. W. T. I aive. lie responuedXo the address of and their mi presentations do the

Crawford:At Cairo Ga., returned to .welcome and was/on the program for Mrs A. J. Ream and her daughter Absurd Statements. State a great deal of harm. 0.0 ,

the city Mtat Sunday. several talks WJt he did not further Dr. Nina Ream Smith, are guests at j| One of the absurd things Mr. Mc- Florida needs' an immigration bu 'S. .f e
participate in the exercises because of the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Coy said, was an exhibition of citrus reau. The State needs a man or set .
The Rev. David A...-KTdo1 -will hold urgent. business at home. Hirsch on North Main street. Dr. fruits by a man in one of the Florida of men, it matters not what the aggregate READ THESE PRICES AND S@ .
service ip the E;>copal church onSunday William R. Ream. son of HwTTteam,. booths. He was showing what he re- 1 la called, to tell the world the
Ia.the
ad. Gazette WHAT ARTICLES
A want VaUey USEFUL A
1' '.' BtxtAMorning prayer, sermon accompanied )his motherana sister to presented to be the evolution of the whole truth about the State. Florida -
(, and holy communion at 10:30 o'clock. has never. yet failed/to produce results Ki..lmmee.lad was a* well pleased orange. He had a shattuck. a grapefruit needs to be advertised wisely,. 5 OR 10 CENT PIECE I" .
: J fcr with the h that he judiciously' and systematically. .J.l : . .
/ prospect re may and an orange. .Me was tellingthe j" >>''( f, <} .
.\\\11.\ . ;.,,\,," ; M. D. Tindall pnfbest Demo. O. C. McLean, the NaXooasee tur return and wiak Ufis his home. Dr. curious crowds that the grapefruit Intelligent farmer will hot flockto ,WIll BUY ; ; '

\,,? ,t1..:.. crats and all -* E' ood fellow in pentine'operator, earne to, the city: Ream.... tor yriumber of year in came from th* sKattuck and the or- the Canadian Northwst to purchase . 1ilf;f'1'If"? a1 I '
}t ." the -Ashtos was transact Tuesday to. vow, heXhaving not yet the government service among the '.nge was evolj'edytrom f the grapefruit farm in that bleak and barren Baby Cap ;5c \ t 2: V ;
ing busineM in the city Wednesday. transferred frvrnXnis precinct. He Western Infliana.i He enjoy the distinction Mr. McCoy si> he entered into conversation clime, where they can work only' six I '. I: '.;'' ...,J____ '

says that deer/sind turkey are plentiful of yreing- the first physician wit the man and found months jn the year, when they find Machine Oil Se3c' ,.
I The regular meeting ) -She U. D. in his section this season, but the to use the anti-typhoid serum successfully. I that he knew absolutely nothing about out they can get good fertile Florida
I C., will be heldxrfett VWanesday afternoon usual number of hunting parties will Dr. R am'* home is inWaltkil Florida or citrus fruits'and confessedthat lands in this equable climate for Lad Handkerchief i

November L9, at 3 o'clock, at soon make them as hard to find as the Neb., to which place he returned the yarn he was. telling had been $5 and $10 an.acre and even cheaper. e. ,
I Chapter; House' All members are proverbial needle in the hay stack. the Art, of the week. While I told to him to be told for the entertainment They will come here instead.
urged to He here he visited the Hunter demonstration of the show visitors Mr. There is no doubt the present agri- Briar Pipe lOc K-,.
Lpresent.Is Possibly the largest order fee auto farm in the lower part of the McCoy's experiences at the land show cultural department of the State
Eugene Bryan was brought home mobile tires ever placed 'Florida bya county as a guest of Capt. Fred Hun- would be amusing if they 'were not could do some !good! work along this Scissor (blunt > tOe ***.\\1
from Ocala Wedfcesday, where he had single person or firpr'was deliveredthis ter. serious. Such exhibits as he describes line if the Legislature would appro- I ''vUl?
been ill for,two Wes with malarial week to Jthe Southern Coloniza would result in a detriment to the priate a liberal sum of money and Scissor (family) tOe # &
fever. Ht4s reported much improvedand tion Co., by/th Ollceola Hardware ----- State, and his reasons for opposing authorize: the work done. The next \ *

on tbf way to recovery Co. The orderXmounted to more than I the land show idea are ..undoubtedlywell Legislature should economize in some Claw Hammer regular site) lOc t,
who _has been I one thou an / ollara. A picture was GROWS CHICKEN CORN founded. other way to at least appropriate
Mrs. Conrad Bryan, taken of the machines loaded with the enough money to at least make an intelligent
ill for several we lr*, in regaining Scrub Brushes 1
very is by tires, and can be seen at the Osceola WITH FINE SUCCESS LANGFORD-PAINTER. beginning. -
her streJigthyand it hoped Hardware Co. Whatever Is done must be done intelligently
her many&..lriends friat she will soon I The following marriage notice from thoroughly and system Chair Bottom Oc .''J11;,
he fully restored to health. Mrs. J. D. Clark has recei fa let- I a Washington D. C., paper will be atically. &1" f

reprtsentativeof I. ter from her husband who >rin Winni- WILLIAM WINTERS BRINGS A (I I read with interest in Kissimmee, for It will cost considerable money, Pictures tOe ,'
L. A. Tenet, traveling
cpMtmission mer- peg telling of a terriff'snow storm SAMPLE OF PRODUCT TO i the reason that the bride is a granddaughter but it a hundred fold.-..Penaaeola h.iw'fI'j.. ;
Frost & McNab,
: section 'e-d traffic I of Mrs. Stewart Tiner, of Journal 4
chants of Now fortf City, is in the in that fWhic / up Candy ( ) I lOc :
with our and put a t/mpofkry embargo on GAZETTE OFFICE. this county, who is the eldest representative pure per / -
city this dIeek mingling business generAllwr The wind recorded I 1 of the well know / verstreet
i, tnJhkora____, _.fmnti_ fruit _irrowers. ,_ ,, The Sad Story of the Farms Windsor Ties l
r' u -- --- a velocity X' 45 miles from the' family and whose connections in Osce- tOe /
J. C. Wallace an old resident of northwest and the thermomter dropped i William Winters who lives on the ola county are/numercufg' : I Ten years nf unexampled. p..;........ sWash
Kissimmee, but who, is now connectedwith to 25 which makes the record in old Yates farm between tCissimmee "Miss Bonnje JearyCangford, of Or ity- for"th'p'; ;i't.r.t."irt.; Belting per lOe

thf meeMLnical ...department of that section for October weather. and Shingle Creek, brought somaHine lando, Fla., atid MK Harry Hunter marks of debt and dependency upon
DeLami -4rd..dme down Tuesday specimens of Jerusalem cornXto the Painter of piilaslrf, Vat were married American farmer The story i I. told Ladie'VeU lOc .
the
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1It. Democratic vote. Rev. D. B. Sweat, editor of the Gazette office Tuesday. .S last evening fat/the residence of Mrs. in a Census Bureau bulletin now at --,. ,.1 ", ry 1Ti
to Florida Christian Advocate -'of Ar- This corn grow rea/ruy and without W. A. Wall**, 137 R. street north hand. Lunch Baskets ""!;' -. ..

P. A. and Frank Vans I Agnew wentto cadia, spent Sunday andxWonday in fertilizer/and unsr Mr. Winter* east, in the presence of a gatheringof Note is made of 6.361,602.farm.. of tOe'I .:-:\' .
I Tuesday afternoon, that Kissimmee. Swestt filled the care had reached acetate of rare per their relatives and friends. Rev. all kinds in the United States. Of '
they Tampa might fooner ?learpr" of the grand Methodist pul loll i Sunday morning and fection. Mr/ Winters i is encouragedover Dr. William I. McKenney, of Wesley 3,948.722 of them, 1,827,439 are.. mortgaged Boy Undershirt Oe .ili. .

and glorloiiV DesWtalic landslide. evening for ./ T. Gaines and his sucijess>S farming here. He : Chapel, officiated. an increase in 1910 of nearly' ;-to
that they knew had taken place.D. made an excellent impression. He is came to septa county only eight The bride, who wore a traveling 18 per cent over 1900>> and 2,621,283 Spectacles t > :- ,i -
making a sucfess of the denominational months ago tfrom Ottowa Kan., and dress of dark blue serge with hat to I'' are not mortgaged, an increase of only , ,

II. Riggan has opened a grocery paper and is recognized a* one brought Jerusalem corn seed with him. match, was attended by Miss Elisabeth -, 4M per cent Eye Classes . tOe ;{*'H'J
stare and meat market UrtTie old Tay- of the able men of the church in It was an experiment with him, and Reynolds. Prof. Painter, brotherof Of the remaining 2412/780 farm ", I

w lor store I in W.*t rOrfsimmee! and is Florida.A. he was naturally pleased when it the groom, was best man. The little the bureau discreetlymakes! no report Dish Pans, 9 quart 5c ,,;"I't
meeting wish iriufltiXuccess.. in furnish turned out so wen He planted a Misses Rachel Pierce and Alberta on the suKject mortgage*. Of 't
ing familiVin that section of the R. Wrenn local manager for small patch only, but will plant more ,I Wallace as flower girls and Matter these 68,104 jare.. the McKoy Land Co., received the information of it when seed time comes again. Mr. Edwin Lawrence Pierce as ring and 2, 4, *8.... occupied: by Tana. 5c J:'
city.
Tuesday that hja'brother, Winters says the corn is unexcelled ,I bearer were other members of the tenant. 1 / ;

Owing to the absence from the city Beverly W. Wrenn Jr., b td been appointed for chicken feed and has many other bridal party. Miss Nina'Wallace play. The burea Jva* something to say Graters Sc <. r''.<
of Rev. A. M Chisholnv the pulpitof general counae or the Aetna uses, among them being the production I ed the wedding march. about mortgages not being necessarily fl.,,; .
the ChrlatiaiKVhurch'will be filled I Life Insurance/Co./ o/4lartford, with of a fine quality of flour. "The house was decorated with autumn an indication of hardship and aboutgreater Pudding Pan 5c f\
by Rev.', W/id>er kLne morning service offices in NeW YgA- This will be Mr. Winters has built an eight-room leaves and pink and whit blos increase: in the value of farmlands .
next 9bnday There will be no I pleasing new to tXe numerous friend house on his place and has done deal I I soms.The bride received a number than in the aggregate of debt Granite Stew Pans tOe y
evening service. of the Wrennafur' Florida. The fatherof of work otherwise by way of im- of beautiful gifts. or excuse the appalling growth of t:
A. and''Beverly W., who waa proving the place. He is here to stay I "The out-of-town guests were Mrs. but it doe not and it.cannot: explain '
D. G. Wagner local manager of the Beverly senior was for m.ny.l. years and is taking a citizen's interest in >. C. Painter, mother of the groom and tenantry.No Drip Soap Dish lOcDam's .
Arthur E. Donegan insurance traffic manager of the Plant System: affairs. Mrs. E. S. Pierce and Mrs. D. S. matter what the bureaucrats at
but who. livedXnere longenough and was held in affectionate esteem !I Robinson, of Orlando Fla. The couple these figure,
to is hi ran chi lie, returned by hundreds of Floridiana. DEATH OF E. F. MASTERS.E. left on a late train for a bridal trip taken altogether, show where the 1 00 :
9 to S ford uesday to cast a I __ and will be at "home in Pulaaki. Va.
blight of privilege, plutocracy: jingo
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F. Master died at his home nHilliard'a
Wilson and Marshall vote. J. M. Gardenr, who proved so '
I Island Monday and after November 1. lam and extravagance baa fallen. We
evening
Jut season ss special,officer, ..
capable
have agriculture, once the freest and
Docier Leitner ha moved JuaToTic* wa buried Tuesday at Rose Hill. The
I whose duty it wa to locate>tranger* OSTEEN HUGHEY. .
proudest in the world, bending under f -
building yrDarling- funeral services were condsTbtedr from
from the W laon
home here suitable toJneir wants, Tribune of
in The
of Tampa Thursday growing debt We have one-third 01
the Union Center schoor house the
ton avenue I to Ue secprfa will been Appointed, and assumed contained which
has again the
oI marriage npuee those wllopunu. it unable to own the
he rnnrs Rev. Dr. A. J/ ator the
JlaJT >ch> Holty .
Fraternity most his duties Wednesday morning. It Bafttiat follo.... The groonj Islhe son of soil they tilL
And with the Kissimmee ; chorea-officiating.
ksflount
in any Was a wise move on/Mayor Stanford'apart Thomas Hughey lUlfiard's Island. Who the million DepartmentStore .
own of rented
businessin I Wa /of
doing Mr. Masters on Osceola county .
substantial Companies In ; j
Gardner
when.be flAd Mr. ** oldest a.d nybf respected: citi- He has an arsSy of;Mend* Osceola farms They are owned chiefly: b7; )',;;
America. charge of thisLltaportant work and ken*. He i* sLrvifed by I his wife and county who will rojbice with him in the money-lender whoop mortgage* ti fr
>Alb.t P. oft firm of a* soon a* the time arrived when our daughter Mrij/TC HillUrd. A more his good fortune. The Tribune says: have been foreclosed--Hi Y. World tl
\ MOler. in began filling up with strangersfrom "Stealing kwayfrom relatives last ,,, ;
Moyer' ,* Co., his, it city extended notice will In the ) '
r. rt..I__.. I r the He I la the. North Mayor Bryan: was not next issue of this appear night, .lame Perry Hughey, a well J ,

. buyer of cmyy ajiajfcy*..d expects backward.' In again appointing him. paper. known member of the Tampa Fir Department The Society for the Advancement of \@t1, J : c r ,
.A, enveribe teiltorythis section The city will spend no money more and Mia Estelle Osteen. a Christianity Pennsylvania wa organised \ : L N '
t 'fbsrou ly:. %o Will divide time .between advantageously than in paving Mr. I Fifty-seven V10ft Scotland charming: brunette, were married last in Philadelphia) one nnaored ., .
Gardner 1a salary , ,, last the First Mtbodirt church .. .,. -L
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F4IJt PAGE 6 THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY" GAZETTE. FRIDAY NOVEMBEK'8,. .IZ'. v

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d I$$ $$ $$$$$$$$ RECEPTIONS WILL BEE: ." '. m ',:

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_: I FLORIDA,HOMES; AND INVESTMENTS. ResuMED FOR'.SEASON The Application and Demand for Florida'Land. Cannot,Be: i "
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t ; 1 .,, .,. .. ... -- 0 .. ,- Appreciated'By'You Until You Have Visited Our-Beautiful City. : t ,

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-t:;4 128.000 acres. of cut over pine land with river and railroad LAST TUESDAY IN NOVEMBE R : T- T,5" '
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/f: transportation: near the"Capitol"of the-State'at'$3.IO an"'acre. on R

.;.: easy terms. This land is suitable for stock raising and general ,

j , farming purposes, but is too far north for the citrus. fruits*. <: I h; WILL MARK OPEN.INQ OF, THE r ,

'{J/" l I Fi KECEITION CYCLE AT TIlE '
i' <( ,' 115,000 acres of round] pine timber. The timber will cut (from : = : :
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CHAPTER HOUSE OF MeKAY
; THE!
' s':i "j' 2,500 to 3,000 feet per acre has a good railroad transportation and !j j'J - .. .,. -. ,
+ 'J I WI' >. lies close to a port on the Gulf. Price $6.50 an acre, which includes THE A, W. L. I

7' timber and land. This land will be good for farming and stock rais- t R I; ,--

ing when the timber i i. cut off. yt I; Chapter: House receptions for the .

.--- yj I; season will begin the last Tuesday .
.." 19,000 acres of prairie'land in DeSolo County near a good railroad I; in November, which will be the I REALTY CO. .

4 "e town at $6.00 per acre. This land is adapted for grapefruit t fi month.twenty-sixth This decision day .of.was the reached current at I .

and oranges. trucking and general farming purposes. ri a meeting of the Hart Chapter Monday I
---- !; after noon. The Chapter House
800 acres pine and prairie land adjoining the village of Bas- 55! receptions were inaugurated last year .

senger in Osceola County at $15.00 an acre. One acre out of this' 1-! and proved of such decided success\ I.j
of view that .j w..koak"uTiber
from every point they .
tract was deeded to the County and now has a substantial school' :! will likely become a fixture in the and
"/ building. Another acre was deeded to the Bapjjst! denomination for 1 social life of the town.

It a church. Satisfactory terms. // S They were planned at the outset
5t u __ LJS for the especial pleasure and entertainment -
200 hammock and land (7) milts from Y of the visiting ladies, but LandsJ
acres pine seven ( ) they have been broadened in scope
N Kissimmee and three (3)) miles from railroad town at $10.00 an acre. y I to include the men. The ladies of I Timber

I This is considered the very best quality of land for the citrus .fruits.( I Hart Chapter: arrange the affairs and .
I --- Yy i each reception is in charge 0 /a com

)+ _. 40 acres with a lake'' front near Orange Center .in Orange y:- mittee. Sygte mand rotation are thus -d -. --- ---
obtained and is -
a variety given the
"I County, Florida at $10.00 an acre. t : y:! receptions which is as refreshing as
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f -- !lf it is unusual. It may be /concluded/ J ,,
:, Some choice bearing.orange groves which .wilt !sell at the present Y;; that a reception much I like Rocco's I /
b I with the crop on the trees. ' !:Ii r mascot; it is only a reception after
q all, but the Hart Chapter/receptions
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: are dilfe-rent. I
Five-acre farms in Kiisimmee Gardens /i.' .... Yi Beginning the evening;
I..... Yi 26, the season's series o 0 receptionswill W
Dwellings in Kissimmee ranging in price from $700,00, to l begin and will c'tinued until \

;y JDOO.OO. Ir I Sf:1Yi: ; they will be have to bring served the their peoplis"0\ 'eetB the, which town i well improved Orange Groves near to Rail

/ together in social interc a as well
: Desirable city lots ranging in price from $200 00 .$1.1 a.s the visitors. It may bet t they

__ I t; - 'j'y; will be continued even Ucyond th con- -+ Road, Church and Sch $bL We own most
ventional closing of the hat
season/
; : Correspondence solicited. !
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__ nendll1j\\ upon the interest whicn\i
J '}I-., !It exhibited. .
Nt 4 of the Are for sale
offering
; t property we ,
I J. M. WILLSON Jr. Y; Card of Than ',.
k '. We wish l l to expres our sincere

& '.... m I REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA. L! I thanks neighborhood to the. many whh bind ho friends faithfully of and balance we hold option /on, so we are able to

in the last i iUnesx of our be-

I":: . Y1YIY1y1 y1 y1 y1!fi! 1 ylyt! ytl! !yl YY; ;yl! !fifiYYh! ; ;! ljhiH one and also Jo Miss Florence

} Jl PJlCi.who)' -dec rated, the. school _-glveyouuthe. best-of -terms.. --.,- __ __ __ ___ _____ _ ___
,rt, --- i "e so prcltuv wTy>nr 115 TTnieralnorvices

; (1 : l hy Smith' Chapter, U; l II C oi tinor l'I' were he) .
ROAD BUILDING IS ration. of the I'""- 'if thou Confederate MRS. E. F \ IASTERS,
{ If have that wish to exchange
.1 I K. IIIU.fARU! J and family you any property you
I monument in thl "It)', to prt- I n __ __,,_ I
sent it for them to the (Confederate .
\ I The lowly wise tH widest think of
_ ; BEING AGITATED Veterans, and as it will ,be rcmc-mber- yourself only what e rohr rna- vourself. for home in of the best States in the Union
i j 'd l, he accepted t the invitation.. (;en. .-Kx. a one ,
f Bullock of Ocala, adopting. monument -
j on behalf of the Veteran of _
LINE EAST AND WEST NEEDED 1 Alarliua county: In the presence of a I
4' I thousand or more pl'ople1: I' Palmer call, phone or write us what you have and we can I
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- made one of I the most eloquent
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RKEVARU PAPER THINKS THIS i ,speeches) ever listned to by our ,'rtiI ,:1I
| zc'ns. The tears trickled down thecheeks find for what want. ; :
.. t {' OF EQUAL IMPORTANCE TO of our grey-headed Veterans an 1 you you w
he told them many: incidents of the I
THE NORTH AND SOUTH
I war between the States. saying:: |he II 1'j "tIl
i HIGHWAYS.The | was too young:: to be in the struggle b I L ,
hut considered it a grand heritage to I I
I be the son of a Confederate Veteran, l t -
continued agitation of a road and one of the happiest days of his

",, between Kjssimmee and the East life was the day that he was honoredby __ n_.__ __
an invitation from the president of WATCHEThe .
r Coast is bound to bring results of a
Kirby Smith Chapter to deliver the
later.
satisfactory character sooner or
The East Coast papers continue to beautiful monument for them to the besieges n ade, solid
.hammer at it. The most recent article Veterans of Alaehpa county. I
(f' on the subject in the Titus- Many of the Veterans'! who had the gold, filled c s, ilver.andnickle.
appearS Issue
.:'"' , vile Star of last week. The Star 'pleasure of hearing that address have q J MovetrK ts featuring a Thanksgiving Proclamation
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answered 'the last roll-call. Gen. Bullock
*ay s: the best of tb.e tve st mak-
., (' ,;,; :, \ i The past week has-been a strenuous passed away Several years ago, ,
it \\t: ' as did several of the leading membersof ers, both of Amer a im- "
>: .: '\\I: $1. one for the new Star man and he ban
r,i'' ; had no time to look into the pros andcons Kirby Smith Chapter who' had ported. Every wat h careurtly SW,
prominent places on the rostrum of those weak tired of dire
to
. of the new no-called- "bonding"proposition }y t or /yea your*
that and fu
memorable day, and now their regulated y'guaran-
to build and improve the
wt ardent friend has joined them. them a cause to be thankful by having us supply
) road north and south through the dis- teed. It costs noore to havean
The Sun with !Mr. Palmer' hundreds
trict. -This is n really a bonding the willt-dievethemfrom their
of friends in Gainesville and accurate and dependable :r glassevthat ;
proposition. The sum of $40,000 is
to be rassed by a s ecial five mills tax, elsewhere, wishes. to extend their timepiece you make your It't: present strain."\But remember that any old
deepest sympathy to the heartbroken #
t the amount ra'ed to be in
so placed purchase here.
widow and will do. So
son glasses not bring here
g the county treasu y to be drawn out : ;__ your eyes
warrants by t e County Commissioners The largest and best slock in '
by and have examine them in
scientifically
u* : order -
TO(I'KS TO PANAMA. fS
as/ needed No part of this the Slate.
h\' 940,000 draw in rest except those J.AICASH. ('('UA. Gold and Silver jewelry. Dia- v that we may determine the glasses that
warrants issued b t not paid for lack '
: f>t funds in the t :asury. :S.S.; :;. "KianKelme" Will !Make Eight monds mounted and unmounted. 4'cL will aid and,not mj re. "
,,;, We have this to say, however, that I Trips Through the Tropics. Elaborate gem decked orna- @ :
i" this paper is in f or of all improves ments. Diamond and Pearl La
,' 't" mentis that promi s to be of benefit The Atlantic Coast Line announces Valleres Bracelets, Brooches and
to this section an desires to work 1 that, in connection with the P. & O.
) Pins. Finest of Sterling and heav-
Io . with the f r the advancements Steamship company they will operate
,' ;, of this- people section of the best eight personally conducted tours to ily plated Silverware, both flat '
t1l' State until it com s into its own. Ifcountry Colon, Panama, Canal Zone, Kingston, and hollow. .lewelerand '
o :. 'We will get toget er, stay together, Jamaica, and Havana, Cuba. The CBprctal care In filling mail orders j C. A. COLE
.ab ull together e can make great elegant S. S. "Eva'U'; eline" has been ,
'"i- )J" secured by the P. & O. Steamship W. H. BECKWITH JEWELRY CO. OptometristPaint .
.::1, : T Is itor note that a gratifying company; for the Key West.Panama "
The at.wr of QuaHtr
;. o Impro ment haR been service.
it 1 radonin th two ears he hall been The "Evangeline" is a brand new TAMPA "U.! Fr.rtklin Street FLORIDA I
'' t .away,: and h es Bee more in the steel ship, up-to-date in every par-
KtM s' swxt two. ticular, of 5650 tons register, and has
'. ;1 While we are (king good roads a speed of 18.knots. She is 364 feet ._
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4w; north and south, let us not forget long, 46 foot beam; hat) 262rtatc) -
a East and West s. People are rooms and is equipped throughout
,, beginning to co e into our back with electric lights and fans. I
f -v\ and settle it\p. Let us enL This splendid ship will I leave Key Paint Paint Paint Paint. Paint Paint Paint'
'satinfled i West the morning of January 7th, and .
21st, February 4th and 18th. March I -- u --- -- -- -

r I-' ply again: to all and will' elp, by his ,4th and 18th, and April 1st and 15th, I r
pt t: taxes if in- no other way, (though we'f sailing direct to Colon, where a stop
t. believe they will help in other ways), 11 of two days will be made, 'Which will = 1
in building up a system of roads that I give passengers ample opportunityto
win cause the honk of the automobile inspect the Panama Canal the ROSS GRAVES.
; to be heard in the haunts of the greatest pies of engineering or other a ,
l whooping crane and also be a source construction work known to mankind.On .
x 9' ; of)' pleasure and profit to the man behind the return trip a two-day stop will "The Store that Appreciate. Your Trade" -
the mule. be nude at Ingston, where quaint
I' ; s J i "Montreal to Miami" is a pleasing and tm jcal' Jamaica may be explored !! -
) + suliteration, but we would also liked and Mil I be fully enjoyed. The
d I ',. ., to fas* one with thre. C's (or would i "EvangelineXfwill I sail thence to Ha-
., it be three 1C'.) become popular vana to discharge passengers desiring
,: Xlasimmee Cocea;.and.CanaveraL to stop there,(avnasthe tickets will be I i S. W. P. PaintKnown BUY' Kyanizs Varnishes
'j, if Seriously a road from Cocoa west good to return! to'KevWest on any of I 1..1.
: .. to a station on the Okeechobee: line the other sailings of the regular line. I .THE For Floors Interior Woodwork ro
i : .. -.of,. F. E/C. Ry., would be a mighty The tour win consume 1even days'j I the World Over -.---\ and Furniture
;3" I ''t- kth to firfure on a little. Let's and the rate for the entir trip BEST. a

. ',-... tJ over. .... cluding meals and berth at sea and in a' . tr
port, will be $1 !0.60 from Tampa, and 'I IT IS ECONOMY .
J SENATOR P LHER'S DEATH. $110.00 from Hey West. Tickets will .
permit stopove, so.that a longer atop
.. } Gainesville San Tha'deatlv of Hon can be made alt Colon Kingston, or '
,Y ; ' .? \w. L.,Palmer of. (Orlando ,caine a*.a Havana, for pa stingers desiring to do Mission Stains! I AT'I I Alabastine Wall Coating I

., '; IIIIId' blow to a itor of this paper ,80. The Stains with a reputation It u the BeatROSS .
v : '- and hia<,wif) ( s, ell as to Mir. JPal- Sailing dates,\itineraries and information .

'.', 4t, ..'" ,bier's ''aa.n:1': friend_'I'i eeq regarding' reservations eonnectlons ...... I ; .
etc. be obtained from '
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'.It"Ile. J elroM 1. ,- -helprivllege to Atlantic, Coast Line representatives, I 0 tI.
aw !..- or- ;' aIDO fc. this l man's peri or by addressing J. G. Kirkland D. I' I GRAVES M SfPaint :r:

.. r'id ) ". l' .t rh-t I light., a man.of I. c.. "M tt&-$ "tin Ie'eba titer and int gerved York' legitimate tradeopiom :- }n yr =...-I 11 .> T .'idd' i
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u' a two "ABMNmt M J tf*+ .'t.li.
p The, editor years 7600peond* a "
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r ,,ir BetlatOr.hbD, ? BUr.; In New-Aodih. York yt either are !not. eAChkmmen : . :._ :.. .. _,_.:_ ;4:: I ._..... m: .!'c:

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Sbape i I. PL N" ASKS TRIBUNE PREPHISTONEESEWe The Waters & Carson:


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1 TAKES ISSUE WITH GAZETTE Grocery Company t

,F rr i .but we.ado know thai "
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rt r a'r TAMPA PAPER THINKS'STRINGR .jE Wholesale'and Retail Dealer hiJ '

a' air" ,rjiiirZ1 PROPOSITION IS BEST PremierOat I ': ; "
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GROCERIES'I
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Zi fir rIX 'PLAN YET'' SUGGESTED ,

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'\ The Tampa Tribune agitating interest Flakes J(44440000e00' .000ei, 4440.0040 .4444444. "
in the construction of a good 1 I 4 .. . ,
r roads system through the State,using j! WE,'SELL: WE BUY",, ire./ .
HAY 4 e ;+ M
a plan proposed by Senator Fred 1
.1 \ Stringer as a pivot. The Gazette expressed le 4 4. HIDES .',+ .
j r! I opposition to Senator $ lOcare GRAIN, ., .

} f e" I er's from plan.the Tribune This brought, which forth is a repro-reply :i I.* FERTILIZERS, 4 4 FURS, 4
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4 4 WOOL !+ ,.
duced in full below. Further com "t.
the BEST oat pfodocts 4 SUING 4 4 u a
I ment on the subject will be found on ; 4 0 'I'0' y'I (ar1\

j the editorial page. + ORANG* BOXES 0 'AND'v ',"' ',iI... '1 a "
Our Ad d' : : ,., A,
the .
.. \ on market. 4. r \ 4 Vi+'.
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IM IN The Tribune says: ; ORANGE W P 4 ALL ', f "-
e The Klssimmee Gazette insists that '
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rhJhs (Pa e r ,, do the but Stringer it fails(rood to suggest roads plan a substitute.will not I Try them at w risk. *4 VEGETABLE CRATES, *4 ** COUNTRY <1;*e

I The Gazette the people will never CRATE NAILS 0 .
0PRODUCE.
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Because .
rays
we want all the en for/ and it .
: be ready a proposition I *. 1 '''+
town to know about KOSHAPE tE ,, gives its objections, rather hazily, in Sold ucLNnly by, 44000444000444000 04404+.... *****4>4V.4v
[ Shoes. We feel s. the following remarks: .JI

that, !beside being the moat first The on Gazette principle is, opposed next for to the the reason plan ; We'*ell field and' garden seed of all kind.- 4L'::?;} I, "

) stylish andthe best fitting that If,there were no other objectionsto WESTyWSSIMMEETAYLOR J We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping partl.I ..:- .
KORRECT SHAPE Shoe it the idea does not appear. to be I Free delivery in city limit. Phone No. 12. -\t-,::;JIo', ."Ill'. '"..
are the longest wearln well considered or matured nor the We are county agent for good fertilizer. "Ak u* for circular Mad
devised for build- price on fertilizer. "" f< ,
4 shoes that can be boughfor best that might Poe !
the' ing a system of /good roads through ..
money. the State. The irinciple-upqp which Illl II II III II niiiiiiiiiiiiinimin: r rKVKRV
.r Lln: us I.ROV': the Gazette base its objection to the
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ITtE. proposition as a whole in the concen- _
tration of the expenditure if such a DANCI !
Phone 250 I'
Quick Delheiy
vast sum of money in thuf hands ofa
few men, as the case w uld necessarily rnitTjOeDA.Y EVENING AT } :
be with a bond i issue; more
over, for! the ,a11e..rea.o.. and conco- : A? I JMEN'S HA.LL
the Election of routes and -- -
other mitantly details would entrain an end I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I *** 0

less series of cVils by me same cen ..
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tralization. If there wfs instance : ---r--
ever an
M. WHIDDEN & CO. where \dissaUsfaction and
i charges of graft Vnd favoritism and If It Is A Brick Long Distance S

politics did not ent\r roto the working Phone 296
out of any public \ifiprovement of Advertising
this character we ciifess that it is .
-- quite unknown tv ijv Witness the We Have )ItWe

-TI--7------ road building case i New York, and is the
I saying right thing I
character. A system o \hard reads handle every kind'of f Brick

t FtN-g IN Vl E ltM-I L-N-T- +-fifty--million recall other pubii Hr.lli.lii/work worth of nf similar hnnrlg, andun_ pothWely tare'}o. mo D-__ at the right time

can be built in Florida without issuing ey. Let us fifure OB your next i the
and we confidently expect to see the ight way
.. 1 next session of the Legislature develop order large o\ (..\\1. We can
BUY NOW. SELL THIS WINTER measure that will be more and Will l make
a supply any quantity We make a aoecialty of\Ian ng. preparing
1 practical than the Stringer plan. literature and conduct /campaigns for
I AT A LARGE INCREASE v .'. prompt shipment Our Brick
Land Boards Trade
1 Companies, Ot Municipalities
I The Tribune will ask the Gazetteif are equal to anyS: better than and Individuals. V\
I it doesn't admit that. the only prac- / \ u __ '
I The far-sighted. aad wise people are buying Real Estate NOW. i tical method of building a connected many. '

We offer a* an iaTestment the following list of property, to be sold I system of State highways is by establishing A. c. GLENN REAGIN ADVERTISERS .
C9NYERS -
a State commission of expertsto aRICg MAN" .
as a whole, at about two-third. its actual value, and on ea.y terms
supervise such work. Can such a
r of payment. The Improved property included in the (list bring a system of road ever be satisfactorily 418 Duval Bldg. Phone 1925

4 rental of $69.00 per month. I built by the counties acting separately TAMPA FLORIDA rr
* ? Could not the roads be built at 4...atpd h----
I One nine-room house with bath and electric lights, fronting on I much less cost by contracting for all .
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brick paved.. street, renting for $20,00 per month. Thin property I of them at once? Would not the selection

easily worth $2,500.00.Fiveroom I of routes be determined by -
the legislation itself, thus avoiding

cottage and bath, nearly Dew, modern in every way, I conflicts and contests in the carryingon is the main question and should always be '
of the work? Do not charges of I .
on large lot floating on brick paved atreet, renting for 10.00
per graft and favoritism and i politics enter IS THE TITLE GOOD? answered by a disinterested authority. +
month. Would be cheep at 180000. I into every public improvement and TITLE
GUARANTY CO.
The .
where more so than in the road build- '
Five-room cottage, on large lot, fronting on brick paved street ing operations of the various counties t
ha water connection. Houge renting for $10.00 per month. This ? Isn't it a fact that three-fourths will search and examine: the title to the land which you are adout to purchase, in

property if separately would cost $1,250.00. of the roads now built or being builtin Osceola County.or elsewhere in Florida, and if found to be good will guarantee, '
purchased ,
Florida under the haphazard, hel you against loss by reason of mortgages, liens, unpaid ta.xes'and'adverse claims. > ...j I '

Four-room cottage, located on large lot fronting n brick ter-skelter county, plan, aro not worth l H; is our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments In !Imperfect '- < '

paved.. street( renting for $10.00 per month. Easily .wort $900.00. their possible cost usefulness and that is fully destroyed half, their be- titles. We accomplish this by a thorough Title.'f t : ;",' ii(
of TITLE POL.IGY.or Guaranteed Certificate of : !"#<.
cause of the lack of systematic rout- our, : I
coftace. $14.00 "
Two bringing in a rental of per mon Worth '
?
I ing and planning
80000. '\.. I The Gazette lay down the proposi-; j The Title Guarantee Company doe a General Abstract Business throughout the State of' Florida
lion that a system of hard roads can 1
One cottage rented to colore<
i month. Worth 50000. I bond-issue. We would like to u___ .
/ I. (,car firm the Gazette''ii t how a;(
I One-half intercut in 144 city lots, each lot ease worth 373.uf i f fi!r' res this can be done. Tii. iazett; TITLE GUARANTV COMPANY

now and values are gradually increasing. : says it expects to see the next Legislature .-- Capital Stock .'00..000.00- ------'-
"develop a plan." If it does,
CARROL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH Secretary V. R.; JUDSON, Treasurer
Two close In; resident lots worth 500.00 eac it will be the first Legislature that
ever developed anything of that value TOOMER& REYNOLDS, General Counsel ;

1 Investigate and you will find that all 01/ he above Ar ood within its own counsels and without Home Office, Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. Branch Office, Klssimmea, Fla. '
extensive preliminary educational and LEWIS O'BRYAN. Manager Klssimmee Branch ,
properties, worth at a low estimate $14S50.UV. We will sell ev> I jI

I thing in the above schedule for the sum of$9,300.0(1.( The pernoT) of publicity aroused campaigns public sentiment or the pressure to urgeit I G,

t I buying now will reap large profit. on to guide and advise it. If we -- I
i wait for the Legislature to "develop"a I (
> We also have two well located hutMneiti lots on Broadway, in plan for a system of State roads, ..._
very best part of the business. district, which we are offering for I we will never have such a system. 1'1"n.' .

j $5,250.00.We The only] possible chance to get themis \, '.
I to take,up some definite plan like ...'
will be pleased to have you call and are these propel lie*. I that proposed by Senator Stringer
and' to get public sentiment actively -- _... .
t I II behind it. Then the Legislature may
be expected to do something. i
But we would like to hear from the 1'w ;
& COMPANY k4
H. M. BREAKER! Gazette an outline of a plan more ad- ; :
visable and practicable than that of
I Senator Stringer. Let's have it.
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1C There u no doubt about the Gazette advertising columns producing !Jfitfi We are having some very pleasantweat.her :, ,.
at We to .
are proud
present. '
business man always uses them freely. !JJJus
results. The progressive see our little city prospering so nicely. rf I -

1 New seeking homesteaders homes. are still coming in, '.'......,, _,;;t: ...

; ytylyfy1y1 1 ylylylylylYlylyl$fylyl 1 1 1Y1 Mrs. Bacca Gammon has just movedon +
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0100000000101001010t and Mrs. Wni. Spence were visitors We are anxiously awaiting the arrival -
: at Zantee Sunday.Mr. I of a teacher for our school. We

ORANGE CENTER110000401010111000. : harry W. Jones, of Vinemont regret that our school could not be
Ala., is visiting at the home of his.I opened the first of September, at
sister, Mrs. L. J. Munger. least we did not have any school at
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;,.. Mrs. Annie Reed is erecting a cot- Alger last year, but are in hopes of a
tage on her Orange Center-farm. good school this winter. you want to look at or buy the cheapest Farm Implements in town
Richmond was an County Superintendent, Rev. Me- Mr. Boatwright has just moved on
Miss Center Jennie visitot Monday. Kinnon, visited our school last week Mrs. T1.. Willis' place. for the money, just drop around to the Osceola Hardware Company ' .
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':\ Orange half Well we are proud to see the railroad t. -, '
a ] .
and ,
transplanting complimented
? is ua on our
,* Mr.of Boyle lettuce. Mr/ Boyle has the fine school and building. coming, slowly, but sure to. get Good goods biff values, square dealht2s.I .'
: acre! in fine conditioi will also Mrs. Wm. Finley was a Klssimmee here in the near future. -
IOU cabbage /s ands ow a visitor Monday. C. H. Padgett will .tart on a business .
transplant trip in a short- time to Canoe .,'
", patch of SH.rW wa. transactingbusiness 1 Creek, where he will visit his brother, ,
rcon
Mr. T, ( & who Is .
Kiwi ee $onday.Mr Robert E. Padgett going to .
4 I Crosby moved to Palatka Notice of meeting of Lpcal Union, school at Canoe Creek. We wish Mr< -
:.! Wm wfi baa a government Nol359, of Carpenter Joiner Padgett a pleasant trip.,
,0 Monday re 1Mr. All member are r ues to meet at Mr. J. E. Jeany made a flying tripto
::-: Poson; of yf1100n N. Y., Fraternity halt N< 9 at 7 Olney on business today. --
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".' Esra L to[ spend some time o'clock sharp.Im.. it buinM.John Mr. R.'D. Gibbs was in town a dayor ,
.. arrived Sates brother Mr. W. By order of the Press n Hartsell. two ago tt.' Oscepia. Hardware
-.".'jviaiting 1 with b till the delightful I ,x. .... OWDER, ' We are pleased to see Mr. ,M.Dineeir f:92'i:
Y
, Ludwle, a 46-lt T rd.-See7; ably to be stirring out after

,v tliJdte., 'MrF.. Richmond U'erecting a Klsalmme, Pi*., Nov. 4, 1912. being time. in. very poor health,for some, : ;
t' his
4; ".bptmodiont be-roo hoon Tw DtJ'- ,.* eebt-tipe are' pleasant We are clad to se Mr. O. R.-Pad _. .' ___ _.......... ','f' 1' .ti. ". ; ,",
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', 1'AGE .8. THE >x<: SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8, 112.. ;

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,M1' I i$t11$11'11' Y'I' t11 y1 y1Y1 y1 y111$$jIY1$yl 11f111, '1, 1$ y1 y1 y1 y1 y1 y1y1 y1 1 i ir $ FLORIDA. :CROPS R'ANK iiinin n mm 111 iiMiiiiui- iiniimii '. .,

!Ii WELL."AMONG STATES.

!Ii' .!Ii We have before us the Yeat "Book Classified

for,1911, issued by our'national Agricultural Advertisements Y ,y yAdvdIso

ifi Department, kindly sent by I ;
!Jfl; Hon.' W W. Wodmeyer, represents..

r '_ Jft I I. ELECTION IS -'OVER !!5 ytive thestatistics-of the census in, Congress'of 1910 from,.ch which'aro this-'based district orr, e.1. are Ter-Ltai la *rt.d F.rla.ka..erll.a...der. this and at.tae rate er FlveCs.ts --I In11


presents n i n i M" 11in 1111111FQIi 'I M, I I I I I I III I ISIS ISIS 5111111 I r
r n !fi instructive details from every State


tit t rv ::4 Y ,!HiHi !y1 Ii at Ida.and. disclosures we have been, in greatly regard,surprised to FlorII .SALE. > I' -FOR )KENT 1

r People generally think of it the FOR SALE-Pair as mare /or rent. All
:; HiHi v but cold weather }is just beginning. .. y1 land of the orange and the vine, J, W. Miller. /vJ 85-tf modem convenient / Address, .

where flowers ever bloom and sunbeams T. B. P. O. box 276 Klssbnmee 41tf .
__, 1. Indications that will ever shine, with a delightful FOR SALE-A bathin prfvilion doing .,i
!Hi have
are we a. ;ifiR; t the most profitable for the State of launches ,Addres A/E>firought, ler.FUJi. '
HiHi ? cold winter. Get ready in timedon't --- } anything: found or grown within its Kissimmee, Fla. 46-4t ;
; borders. ----- -- -- 10
Who thinks of Florida FOR SALE-Central Fish Market; RENT Two mtxi/rn flats, with '
wait too late---see what we !fi as a producer all city convenience Apply at the ,
of corn? Of course', it is not : good paying business tot small investment I
i" Yi; a corn State. But the Year Book ; sickness of/ wner reason Gazette office 20-tf :
HiHi; have to keep off the coldLADIES' shows for selling: Enquice/f no. '
--- that 636,000 acres of Florida Saunders
JN !{; land were devoted to raising corn in Kissimmee. jf* ...... 41 tf>S: I FOR RENT OR SALE.Two-story store
I ; 1911, and this Ie the same as the com building on Brack st> gt. North KIs-
FOR SALE-13600 w I/buy a valua- simmee. II. C. 29-tf
: ififfi bined of what is known Stanford
: COATS theFar acreage Western of States as, ble property in the heart of Kissim-I i _
HiHi group '
: : eleven in all, California, Colorado, mee, now paying-qbqiit 14 per cent.,FOR RENT! A. modern :3-roonv flat

; Oregon, Washington, Idaho, etc. It on the above amodhV Enhancing with all city B. Apply toW
ffiffi also combined in value every day/ Il7lB>4Jreaker H Harris Gazstten ottiFt. tf
HiHi is more than the acre-
; ffiffi age of all the North Atlantic States, A.: Co. S9tf 1-- I
J \ and COAT SUITS ffiffi omitting New York and Pennll"lvania. FOR-SALE 1[. FOR RENT-Cash or shares, several //
HiHi The money value of the Floridacorn -Seventyflyl"acres high I acres of goof} land l/jjoining cmff

ffiffi crop for 1911 exceeded in clans pine land. Tea dollars per limits Apply to T'V.... Baynel,
amount that of the entire New Eng- acre. Adjoining lan inferior now Graystone hotel. 46-St.
These
$12.50 to $25.00.
are very ffiffi selling at twen jfer acre 1V4 ------ -
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HiHi land States, the where American -'-
region
; miles from railroa3>vNo I FOR RENT
ffiffi agentsKissimnfee -About t acres of ground
11' nobby and are well made. You will ffiffi! and where johnnycake corn grown achieved by the renown Indians, ox..4'JI.. Fta* 41-tf and a 5-room !house, convenient

HiHi saved the Pilgrim Fathers from starvation for trucking, ra ling chickens and
1'' '" do well to investigate them. {:Ii during their first hard ,winter, FOR SALE-480 acres of rnlendid : handy to schVl and church. W.
that of 1620-21, after lancllng at land within 2% miles tt the city also have some..,splendid trucking
Yf HiHi 5;15 Plymouth Rock and making / it the limits, convenient t ahother rail- I land for rent that,iave no hons
r We carry a complete line of ready !:Ii blarney stone of America. / way station and marVroad. This with'them. Nelson Realty Co., )[fa. .
is --
property excedinffly <'h.f.ap, good simmee, Fla.iDowning .
Florida is entitled
HiHi made garments for Ladies and Chi fi comparisons, for the value to a of ew the other corn on pine favorable land and will If, lisposed of I
termsof '
!1 fi 5 crop, about which little hsa/ever been payment.
dren. said, as it is an insignificant waiter Nelson Realty--- Co.- -Kissimmee. Fla. ;,
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HiHi ',. fifi in the products of the late, was I Realty Co. sell
: 61r : !r about four and a halt tlt1lell that of Downing Realty/ Co. invites ', .
Hi 1I fifi North Dakota. It was fort- times that orange grove H/
I; of Vermont where fed corrasnbndence
we wre on
: "'''' HiHi ALSO ARE ABLE TO SERVE GENTLEMEN /fiR rye and Indian bread tquarters with those Interested ,I

J fiR fiR of a century ago, or of Kfsiqsachu1" in Florida. information 44-tt.
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aetts, and ten times that of' New
Hi y Hampshire is rejinbl I FURNISIIED ROOMS for reitl card.
AS WELL. WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETEGENTS' for sale at the GazfeUjT
office.
HiHi u The same Year Book also gives the 4-tf. ,
_ I total number of cattle of all kinds ____ __ ___m 1 -
in Florida the first of ---- I FOR RENT-Several amall. tract of
11 I on day January BOARD have
FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENT IN THEiR opened my house for
Hi -i 11)12) and the figures show that it has the winter and ;i. excellent trucking I lend, some with
season, am ready to
; more cattle than any of the South- take boa de*< either transient splendid flowing Veils, can be had
:
CITY Ifs em States with the single exception regular Rnlendid accommodations.or on shares NELSON r cash rent a* ,
y urt' : 1 of fjeorgia, Bordering on the west $1.50 i desired. ( REALTY CO.
a daylspecial rates
I shore. of Crooked Lake, Polk I
HiHi in lar boardgfsVMrs. C. V. Bear, 1 I
tftf County, )liven' a Florida farmer Mr. Opposite r-ourXilouse. 41 tf WANTED)
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j Stokes who was Visited by Fred I II.
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!' of Jackson, and others at a FOR SALE-,At a ba_'.*ain ; :U> rein- -. WANTED-At once, an JTncubator 60
agar Pane grinding festival in the ,
"molilh- NoVembT'r 4 I'611t... un"i.fl/ to :a60; ogga capaO of 1'Mi, and who is"Ibe
--a H.: C. STANFORDCOl-l m'm'VdIIl1K.owner of over two thousand head cypress fence post H. larrell good condition ancl/ar-mjow crab '

tftf of cattlewhose lange, summer .and --At KisKimmep- I IIr) -- -- -price.--. Box 673, KissirameeT*", 39tf !

winter, is the Florida woods FOR .LF.-The w'a fence and LOST-One I
The hook also shows that Florida I Jewel lit Delta Pbeta
: HiHi I rained more hogs in 1911 than cedar posts asp grounds of fraternity pin. If r urned suitable I
a KISSIMMEE FLORIDA any Chapter lIou" first elan condition will
1'' I of the South Atlantic Slates except' Inquire M. Willson 40 reward tf. be paid. A. Carton.. I

$ Georgia and North Carolina, and JI' 45-tf? .
I nearly as many an the combined Far I -- -
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+ tfi; !irffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffitfff Western omitting California - ----- -
group
I I FOR SALE-17 acre of land ad-
k ; ; ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffit; ; ; ; and (Oregon (Of sheep, the number joining the city limits, splendid 6- '

I in i /pouter than any of our Eastern acre bearing orange ;wove, all good 'l Downing Realty JCo. H HH 1
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1 i I! Statesxcept !Maine, New York and 1
land but about
; ; orange 5-nciej.
'ii I Nassau, $1009;; Orange, $3,348.54; i i the tree survives Stumble, fumble,, I''nn"ylvanra. which is lower Kiouno:, very rich City_ Property S. j
_ I I Osceola. $1,15434; Palm Beach, $1- tumble, !but always start again. When it comes to vegetables, cucumbers and productive finefOr tracking jI

048.34; I'asco, $1,208.40: ; Pmellas $2- What you once accomplish you canicpeat 1, :I melons and berries l and and farming This J property can i I,
14 f': : 219 f,4.; Polk, $1.415.4H! ( ; Putnam, $2- 1 I . | truck of that sort, with its ample be had at liarif.iinr, price and on -- 44-tf :
_ ; rainfall of 5:1:! inches a year South favorable terms t ':' FOR RENT V
11470; Santa Rosa, $2,410.44; Kt Pioneers move slowest on the out I } merit. We signs .{ sale 'at this 'tJ.f
!Florida the earliest ,
+b bt is In the market '
', Johns, IU5AI 1 < ; St. Lucic, $841 b4; ward journey They must feel 1 their: have many otherxderfrable propositions -, office 10 cents each. ,
the
'L Sumter .82 Suwanee :JOO.84:! and gets' biggest;: prices from that we woiHJ like to show .
$1,321 ; $ ; way cautiously, over a strange road- I -----
"' ; u, I Taylor, $856.48/; ; Volusia $2,(. >/.r)90; ; it doesn't take nearly) so long to re I' l'onHumerHin Northern cities. We to parties, who aroR kiMK for nn i WANTED: ---October "r nu/er. Smiths'
1 t'' 7 \ have the statistics f 10,000 acres of excellent location hoieNlhcv Magazine So J. Tru 7m "
f f Wakulla, $985 XO; Walton, 2173.00; turn can ..> Valley
,\ Florida potatoes, grown in 1911, the grow fine citrus f* its, l't.ables J Gazette
'l Washington, $.109414: Total $11(>,- Familiar paths short 1 the miles . v< ,,
average;: yield of which was ninety and have advanta. of -
J 989.02. !Hut you can't get back i if you don't i hill"h.chool '| 1t-t..ln-Allt
bushels and the farm j Furnished .
t' per acre price and good churches. Nelson : Rooms Cards
I Amount for apportionment $117-' watch the landmarks, and ;You won' Uealty
;, 954.81. see them if doubt and fear bandageyour in March, 1911, about the time that Co., Over Citizen.- State Bank Kis-1 i for sale at the Gaze/office. ,frJi1SUl'i1111.

r. ? Amount apportioned, $116,989.02.Valance sight. <\ Northern bushel shipments begin, was $1.45 simmee. Fla. -. I

in., fund not apportioned; Most men who fall dowfi and stay per : value, malting acre $130.50 the ,average I ( : N1:11US:(
money per
b1
j 1 $(965,79. down are kept down by cowardice.Broken Arostook county, Maine, Is 'the FOR SALE-Eleven acre farm, all 1 ,. ,
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A '' fortunes and broken backscan most noted potato growing 'sectionof cleared five acres fenced and in high WADE, the toter. U lando.---.r.

r,t' NATURES FAMILY NAME! I IS be remedied-when nerve breaks, the United States! but the fameof state cultivation, good new one- -'-'-
"PERSISTENCE." : You can regain any place if you room house, about fifteen t>eannjr-
Florida in this regard has been MEET at Kissim
1 tetain enthusiasm orange trees, about f fifty 'oungrape' m. ee Drug Co. and
Herbert( Kaufman, in Atlanta Jurnalllon't ) I wafted to that northeasternmost corner w. will get a drin of the best soda
is fruit
wand.
Imagination Turnit
4u give up-look up! Diaap a magic of the United States, and this fijrHlM4pear trceiv ; water mllod" 31-tf
against yourself and it will destroy This' IH un <''I'l'ption Hi good piece
i
v : i intinent and despair lie in the mud a delegation of its potato !,'rowycar 'I a .
+ Hold it before and it heroines of land as the >
; I !ehpondenty never leave an irresistible sword Direction on it will show I Opv aboutvu mil' p
o .i ; I The rainbow painter i works in the | ,determines success and failure. If /acies of land, made arrangements/ to from city limits $LlOo.oo take. marine engine: weight/!} 270 Ib*. C
y. ; ; hcaveiiHinspiration locates his bill I you have it cleared, fenced and plowed, ow4 I<;. Mattocks i 4ate,{ I
; start fpr the basement you rant reach crop and all I> >mg Realty (1"mI 1 .
M < hoards in I their -- -
4 ; the air.Ophthulnologists | the roof pieparatory to return next fall Htf '
i. ; dissenting, it's the i and placing it under cultivation FOR SALE-Medium xteight, three
] 1 slide to the bottomI ,
ou can only
shadow and not the that blmdH !laving visited Florida and having 1 roller, two honicofcne mill. For
'$r' ; ; sun I i I OR SAI K; --20 ac-ie farm all I cleared, ,
y' : ; Moles and cave-fish l belong to the seen something of the ogress-1 / fenced, hog proof fertceA-l; acres in horse or steam poWfcc In good con
; ; I lowest orders oi life---when vision is I \\ Make Blind Wage Earners. that is being made, it is safe to Hay cultivation about 2 TJjcJTring orange dition. ShakerToRfrrf. .. Ashton

; \ gone, then degeneracy begins The Bourne works) p for the blind, that the average resident of the State and peach trees; 4-roo house; deep I i Fla! 46-2t
Darkness clings to the ground. Light erected at a cost of 170,000 by Miss has little conception of what its total well, 4y 4 miles f.i om\KiHsimmoe, JOIN-OUR
; conies only from above There's a Emily }I. Bourne aNew York, and products now are, or of what they .all for $lr 00 :MiN/MarV.JU. Sum-I CO-OPERATIVE COLONY -
j 1 .' the most complete/! institution located near Tampa on S. A. L.
; star for very man, but none are in may become under skilful, intelligent meis 40-tf
of its kmd in t/e wore Railway. Members get land at
the dirt. was opened and profitable management, as compared -- - a
.' t to the blind. workers - -- fraction of the usual cost.
Unwholesome, squirming::, worming, rencently by with many Northern and Eastern FOR SALU Larc-
Cood; ten-room number of
house
: allottm&ts
t ,' repellent forms hug the earth. the New York Association fo\ the States ; taken and
blind. suitable for boarding, or rooming; I I new town building. F i information
J, : The cots se of growth Is upward and .The farmer in Florida is looking :
eyes th \ do not lift and souls that The building /is equipped for the aht>ad for another good demand for bath and toilet, food barn;\lot, 6U| address N. R WhiteTSVJCloud,
i ..... t making of broo 1S, mops and the can- xlfiO feet; five minutes. from depot: Fla. 40-9pa
( do not Boar and faith that does not his potatoes. There is every indication I I
1 of chairs. fifty workers have already Two new cottages,city w ter and ] -
ing I'
; mount,, each vainly. that the crop this year will be
Amb' .Ion\ ust have brave and applied / or benches and thereis short and that this country will be sewerage; vacant V>t ox page&+ORDER YOUR trees\a/once frija' ;

1 } eager ings\and mighty spaces and room for arf many more. They are importing the tubers again next win- street, 66x150 feet.\ Rtur acre I Gritting Bros., W. II. ljrokaw. sale*.'
fI ; / broad horizon*. able to earn from $10 to $12 a week. ter. In Michigan we will begin to orange grove, 200 larg* bearing !'Ian. room No. 1, Stajxt >-..nk BuUcI-
The has four stories and trees, 4 miles from towflt Also GOO mg, .... J
building
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\ ... Tomorrow liei behind the hills and a raise fine crops on our sandy land ... ,4IOtt
. acres of fruit and trucvfijid one to '--- '
,s;. t can't be seen unless you climb. roof garden, a restaurant, shower when we make the yield certain by : I
baths and other convenience. three miles from town: Cajl I on or
.iw'I Today dies with the dusk, but op- irrigation Florida produces the
address. II. N.
Bratton. Owner.41tf
portunity comes anew at dawn. i.ronR. vprv winter, and tiv nlantinoeach I
., While courage lasts nothing is Gambling For Diversion1Nol Unlawful month; can have ripe'p ta-- BARGAIN )
Nature's family name is 101lt'j Card pia ring for money is not a toes every month in the year. FOR SALE-2 h Jfh International
'
ence" In the face'of every discour-- violation 0 I .. except where it is It will be noticed that the official Harvester allol'engine, in good

agement, she continues in her purposeful indulged as a J profession is the Inter- figures herein given do not refer at running 'orfler-r Will sell\ at a sacrifice Ulfc: 1'/11) ; LOOKING FOR Till
:; '1'4 unflinching courses. pretation placed upoij the anti-gam- : all to the citrus fruits, and more especially if Utkfn at once. Apply at L: ,
,If. ,{vr ., Contrary forces disturb her plans bling law by \ aJristrate House of to the grapefruit, for which Gazette office. 37tf IF MO. ASKMRS.

) for a futile hour, but in the very echo New York "Ga bllg as a diversion I Florida is famous and for the pro-.

':i.., 111I", r",. of destruction's crashes and in th, is not a crime,". *vs he. : duction of which, in groves below the FOR SALE-A splendid 2-story SUMMEJLake
r \\1 waste of disaster's ashes, her splendid risky frost line that section of the house with porches and It rooms

1 , L' optimism takes fresh root. I A good cook needsTta advertising State, pre-ejnment in which is Polk 67V4 feet of gro nd by 147%. Ex- View cottage, Softth KisJ

If the seed thrives what matterTf i Husband. county, comparatively; new but with cellent place for Y n/Bt class room- mac IVnfield, avenue, Clyde 1

: 80,000 inhabitants, ranks well up at ing and boarding hrtise. Come, let nuxCljde Avenue nefr stl
us show is/second
--- the head of the list.-E. W. BarberIn you thiR/Nnropt-rt/: we
will introduce west of Court House rdnmng soul
; Jackson, (Mich) Patriot. you/toNjhe o .\Iwr ,
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: with whom you /an deal diren 1
1 '1' Nelson Realty Co., Ivip>- I A choice
five-acre farm fen
'oIl"lT.efJ.'Ia'i/ ; <
., ., 'Let Ploof //Show the Proof"UJ good well neat little house. A

J.., -. __ : FOR SALE-One of the b<* - --- -----
: farms in the State
cons' /
Downing ReaU \C/o./ sell ling of V
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\, e are St/te Representetives for the forty-two acres of land, bout one I I A select '
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city of
Vfne
timber lands. mile from city limits eight roemod..rn
," .. -s.;1.>, BEST in : PS GAS ENGINES } -- cultivation good house, about fiftuef Mas acres faIrly in I ; location Weal. b

and
rest fine imber and /
r ,,, AEI Kinds Stationary and Marine pasture land. This has keen one of I A Mx-room rAtta\e, furnished

-'- <<-tf. the best producing fa/m8 in this unfurnished

jr : ; ; and --- ---. -- .section, and any one pith, a little .,
: ; hustle. in them
can rnfeke
!. y ; Engines, Boil Hoisting Engines NOTICE: living on it. $4,500 OD takes an farm easy '1 Some desira/le lots cli a in, $ i
I
: ; ; In order to get a.reduction in insurance and crop that is Vow I i to $500.

,' :.'.\. -C-/'' . : : ; an r Carry a General Line of Supplies 10 cents rates a we straod.Xji wilfive lots a reductionof of flve Crop worth in the! r/ighborhood rowing on of it. x
$500.
,, ; ,,1If. ., ( ; for all !uP strands 15 cents a/straW. This re- Downing KeijJty Co 44tf. } Some choici Citrus GrovWr **
1 :< ; duction will be good untilNNovember FOR SALE-A dan ----- I finest in the riarket. \ A

1 ," ""'5 y': , ;' ; THE H. E: PLOOF MACHINE CO. 15th. Kissimmee Lumber,Co. 45-2t farm fine hard, just road outsid G ity lIttle limits ten ,acre on

;,, riew two
$ ; 90 OCEAN STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .. The comic writer who cannot takea house, splendidimprovements /ep well and room
f' Joke Is bad but the other i Mrs Jlary Summers
who
;?.s: Local and Lone Distance Phone. enough one }Will he sold at
; lash a
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I NEW YORK PACKER KEEPS: ,
APPROVE TJIEY) NEED
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1 f TRACK OF ,MOVEMENT'ND '\
PATRONIZE SHOW is .1 1 .
wirJ-- t ta ADDS THAT GREEN FRUIT )
CUE OPINION OF ONE. I
+ i AGITATION,KEEPS UP. :
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time the City Council
ordinance ago I The New York Packer\ has established 1\\
an placing a 2
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Florida at Jacksonville ,
headquarters -
tory license on all tent shows.
and ia i with the ,l
t following Communication is from keepinaup n
Ev4 fruit movement from this 'State as "
tltlzen, who thinks that the people
ould have the privilege of seeing : ....-- ", well as other news that concerns thegrowers. \ "
The letter 1-
if ,1-0 following news '
a circus they want to.
itor Valley Gazette: y appearing in the most recent issue of a 'b
the Packer will be of interest. The. \
J From ancient times, even in barbar- j' .'
letter is. dated from Jacksonville and :, "
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the circus has been .
ages, a source I't tp ,
.
amusement and an educator to the I says' : ,'J Z
: The citrus fruit crop will start mov
asses of the people. j jJ [ .
Before the Roman gladiators met' ing in earnest next week, as on Tuesday :
November 5, and citrus fruit
,
r" may
hi the arena their fellow wild
man, or I
be shipped and be within the law as '.
Ferocious animals, they were trained ,
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agreed s.t the Gainesville meet- !
upon '.
their full muscular I
to development
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ing on August While this'agree- :
land athletic Animals] of different '
prowess. ment is not part of the State law as 't :
species collected from the
were I ,
I passed by the (Legislature last year, .
whole (then known) world and pitted a I
it is that after this. date
I against I man to try out his courage I II understood\ . ...
all fruit will be considered ready for
'
I end As the rolled
supremacy. ages shipment and consumption if the peer
became less brutal in his instincts i''t' ".
on man i .
is two-thirds colored. "
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more civilized therefore the i
The total shipments last week'were "
gladiator feature of the circus, (man i ... . "
against man and against animals \ 484 cars, and .the total shipments .-,
man
to October 26 about 1,000
being matched with each other until i \, were
cars, practically all being grapefruit. \
| the death of l both elimi-I ,
one or ) was ,
"" Only a few cars of oranges have. left
rated \ "
the State.
The world for 'j}
t was sought peculiar continue "
Most reports ,
of animal (trick trained horses encouraging!
species ,
to be received at the Packer office'as
I
and other trick animals added l to
were
to the yield and quality of the . .
and the
the show ages ago circusva.s fruit this season and while the Packer .f,
launched upon the then civilized world", 1 -" estimates the movement at 6,000- .......

Who of us is too old or too young >t 000( boxeR, there seems little doubt 4'r.;i
to enjoy a good rcpulHhlirimm! ? i hat-f-eil-the-fruit-le-shipped-whk *, ,

None except those who arc in their is on the trees the movement may - 'vS
\ third childhood infantile state.
or
, reach 7000000. boxes. From differ
We often say we go for the children's i
ent sections comes the report of a
sake; this may be true but we > "- ..
... and 'of'fruit.
splendid yield good quality
, go just the same and enjoy ourselves, -c _. _, .---', .. The grapefruit is the i
I Isugh and smile and act as. children U. :NANAS GROWN NEAR KIS '-', largest ever raised and crop not only is ;

. .again, "just for one night," and "all the HAMMOCK' SCENE ON THE KISSIMMEE" PKAIIUE. SIMMEE. \ '" the crop large but of excellent qual. ,:.1
God bless them-are '
children
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ity and early. Some well colored' !
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eyes and cars. They look forward fruit, has already been shipped.. The ; .r..j ,
from one year to another for a repetition '
'' or" trop is estimated at 2,000,000 boxes- ;
of the name fun and frolic. Tie heaviest shipments have been ,
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ThjKefore. would their elders deprive?? I FLORIDA NEEDS I Phases of Life in Flaridd HUNTING PORPOISES frojn the East Coast Miami being the
them of their innocent enjoyment i iNotif I I heaviest shipping point( In the State, . '
they have much brains or common to date, and it is claimed that ,Dade .

sense left within their craniums MORE FACTORIES As Seen Through the Papers INJLORIDA WATERS county will ship 500ooO.boxes? .fruit- 'S.1' ," ,
would do '
(but to those who baths so we recommend -] 1 "-'-';' ,.-. ) this tea-son. %>?". _
sundry Turkish as -
7' I Th cool nights last week did muchto

they certainly), as the must'circus he is our very educator hidebound ,|, The State of Florida Productive as Lakeland's BOON! Campaign. ,(songs. The crowd disperses, some j Dr. H. A. Lawton, who spends his colbr and. sweeten the fruit.,

for hoth young and old. What Sunday i it .is. of raw materials. of many kinds I i Lakeland Telegram: Th? Board of stopping to patronize the "Cocoa winters in Florida, is credited in the Weath has been ideal and all fruit '

school teacher i is fully capable of I needs!. many more factories. ,, Trade's campaign for new members Bill, a large boat which comes up I New York Sun with this account of a is takiftg_ on the golden hue while '.the .r
instructing the little ones concerning The increase in manufactured products ended in the traditional "blaze] of Tuesdays and Fridays from Panama porpoise hunt: trees in the best of condition.

"the animals went in two by two into I in the last decide was 112.7 glory" Saturday night, new members City, to supply the town with cold A friend of mine who has done much Volu a county )has a 'large and ''

the ark before the flood" without they per cent showing that manufacturers being added up to the last moment, drinks, and some' to call on the oyster fishing told me once never to go after good c p of oranges and tangerines s 1

have first visited circus or zoo? I are waking up to the fact that thereis although it had been thought that long man who sits beneath his canopy, and < porpoise, because, he added, porpoises and shipments, will' begin heavily, v + ,

Then they can understand why the profit, in the business of manufacturing -' before that time all available matterial pounds away at his oyster shells. Two when wounded cry like human beings next w ek. The fruit will be \the 'v, r

must certainly have in that State. had been exhausted. families have decided that the water i j and until my dying day .would feetI pretties ever marketed from 'this 1
two elephants .
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been the last. to. enter into the ark, as But despite that growth the need of When the (moke of contest cleared' was the best place to live and have ]I I as if I had slain one of my pwn kind. county and is. well advanced. There.e.. '"..'i"11.\.1'

(they were obliged to take time to manufacturing; plants Us more appar- away and the count was finished, it built boathouses, which saves them ]I But I was out with a man from Cleveland Is a-laiire crop at Crescent City '"K

pack their trunks, therefore the ent than before-the increase, indeed, ;. was found that the Reds .w re victorious the trouble o? going_.!'down ,to the I]I who, when he 'gets after fish, has DeLan r '"' i y
have furnished the the Whites of dock.' .. In anatee'.county small .' ,Ji ,.
other animals preceeded them. seems to necessary over by a core -t- :I: no mercy many ,
enjoy live illustration of the need. I 251 to 195, making a total of 440 new I'''I Well,,we'were off Key Largo', when shipme ts of grapefruit have been. ,$ WI I

Who does not a good The kinds of manufactoring plaritafor members, which, with the 62 original Shsmrful. !. \e started into a blind creek to get made nd the crop is showing up remarks 1

':clown which there is great need and I members, gives a grand total of 50H loggerhead turtles. Ketchel the Iy well but is late. At Pal'i .
in the Lake Index The miscreantswho
joking pit City :
Old Jim Rice was much profit are too numerous for detailed members. guide, who was on the lookout, suddenly metto,' Bradentown and Sarasota the j
and all "alive' I marked the windows of all the I
of 84 was
at the age I mention here, but a few of This is a splendid showing for a turned and said, "It'you wantsome crop has begun to move in carloti
retire. H business houses with last
until old age forced circus him to takes them may well he named: | city of this size arid demonstrates while under the impression soap that right they, sport I can give it to you. There and pext, week shipments will be
mort
may he true the I There is a demand for canning factories that a commendable public spirit i i" goes a bunch of porpoises up that quite'heavy.' From Lee, Polk, DeSoto '
it leaves were clever HalloweVn
shekels out of a town than to widen the market for tomatoes prevalent in this city. With these playing a joke blind creek. It is shallow water, and and J lillsboro counties on the West
should be taken into the shed
out wood
showingin
in it, but debar a circus fijhm I license I beans, asparagus. : strawberries, |, 500 or more men all united. in the and soundly' set of there is no way for them to get out Coast the crop is in splendid condi
a town through prohibitory pineapples-and scores of productsof 1 common purpose of civic advance- spanked. Any except by passing us." Well, I didn't tio/ and shipments wil\ Ibe heavy dur-
minded rascals who would the schedule
shows a short-sighted narrow. the the noil. These factories would I; msnt, big things can be accomplished of window so Upset make- want to hunt porpoises, but my friend ing November and December. ;
washing .to
policy Think thusjapriv.J of the ,enjoyment Of If .1 man operate to keep the truck farms at !, for the good of Lakeland.: ft necessary for some to as be washed evas eager for it, so I gave way. ;The green fruit agitation is still v :

people are honest! for 1 is money surely work during those seasons" when truck '1 Captain Alt)eld and Captain Cox that had not felt the soothing touchof When the school of porpoises realized op. The end is not yet, as both factions
!
works } well in but when thenorthern each have to be
grows Florida i every reason proudof that boat are still\ bitterly opposed to
have the'Il'ri""leg.- .>f cpeml'iigit soap and, water for six months or our was between them
he .
may markets full of the the made
splendid showing by '
are pro. and leach other and many shippers say
fit so, are fit for treason, stratagem and deep water they started back.
as he tide sees of iv'b/.alioo'\ modc-in du..is of the truck farms lying nearer their teams, and both worked faith spoils. There were probably twelve in the lot, that much injury has- already been .. ,, .
The them, and the Florida products arc cut fully for the succes fof the ir rspec- and a.s they rushed by Ketchel sank done this season to the citrus industry -
methods of handling civi.government j i out. tive sides, l but keeping an eye single bf the going to '
f "lrV anti let his harpoon into a little] calf. It Statesby reports
towed
and the groat pifiicipl' State. !; There is a demand for canning factories also to the ultimate success of Marked "Advertisement." us along like fury. Hut the Mil the trade that Florida fruits being I

live," "is flowing: towards. our ,. that will can the thousands of the Board of Trade as a whole. They Sanford Herald: An editor compiles and the mother of that cult: put shipped are grass green. These com-

!-et oui civi .Mhoril'p-i' give our tons of fish that can be caught along i I had the hearty co-operation of every the following sample ofII hat the most pitiful fight I ever saw. up I plaining shippers admit that the oranges .

people an .(prounity; : of envying the Florida coast, and for which thereis I member, and as fast as a new the new postal law requiring the begged Ketchel to cut the rope and and grapefruit they are now' ;
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rational am.i.umei.r. Tlwlle. -o' not a good market at certain seasons member wan secured he also became I marking of nearly everything as "ad l let the calf go, but my friend wQuldn't moving are not as dead ripe as might

not believe in supporting a circus can I of the year. an active worker. The two men vertisement" will lead to in the news have it. You know the porpoise is a be. expected in anuary or February ;

'lrejf>ain from attending it. The name There Is a demand for factories that who did the best work in the (contest columns: mammal but I did not know it could but they assert 'very positively that ,I ..

''as those who do not believe in patron- : will preserve the alligator pears>> ;I on their respective sides were JohnS. The editor wishes to extend his be attached to its young. They fair- what they have shipped so far ba.,0. ;

r-izing an evangelist tent show where work up the gauvas into the jelly Edwards for the Reds and .J. L. I thanks (adv. ) to his old friend Dill ly flung themselves out of tlie water. been received by th ebuyer. in the '

i'it i has open known large sums"hlank-of I which is in such demand, turn the Skinner for the Whites. Jones (adv. ) for a half bushel of The bull stayed by the calf, but the large! markets without complaint and

I money have been (collected for figs into the various forms of sweets I sweet potatoes adv.These potatoes mother jumped over and dived underit that the demand from the consumer '

ets" wherewith to cover the heathen I, so popular in every section of the What EuslU is Doing. are of the famous pumpkin variety bit at the rope to which the har for this fruit has been excellent. It { o

tin equatorial Africa when the needy; country-care for the numerous other Commenting on the new depot for (adv). for which Bill is noted for poon was fastened, and as her head is maintained by these'shippers that 4

lot our own county are left perishingSbv fruits in which the State abounds. I ustis, ((illustrated in this issue, the I miles around (adv.) and while Bill came out of the water she mad! noises their, shipments were representedtrue f.-f!'

cold. .. ,. There is a demand for factories that Tajnpa Times says:: ( I claims all the credit (adv.) for raising that were like awful human groans. to quality and ripenes and that ;

Institute a public parK even II only i Ukt the timber from the forests and .ere's another instance" ol-wnul alive i i! these famous (adv.) potatoes, ,.yet.we Once the= mother turned at the boat it is universally understood both by .-y

-on a small scale to commence with. I I turn it into barrels, crates, baskets Board of Trade can do: The 1 have a feeling that Mrs. Jones' (adv). ana lumped clean over the bow, nar- the trade and the consumer that

Give open air amusements, draw our boxes, hampers-all the various Eustis Luke Region says that the work j' watchful care had much to do with rowly missing Ketchel. If she had hit Florida oranges, while wholesome and n

[ together; also interest stranglers ;- things used in shipping the different of razing tie old A. C. L. depot has I' the large crop. (adv.) hip he would have gone overboard healthful in October yet it is not tip

to induce them to cast rIot I( products of the State to the marketsof begun the ihotive power behind this We might go a step further and give.sure, and the things were enraged to to the December, January or February -;

among us.lnetall with : the North. activity being the ]local Board of a copy of a wedding notice if. the law such a point they would have undoubt- standard These shippers maln-"',..
iJ iJbe
?" a'city dock "free to all, 'j, There is a demand for plants to Trade, and soon the, old, unsightly is strictly complied with: edly attacked him. The mother triedto tam that the October demand should
hand '
boat houses, bathing houses, make lime from the vaat deposits of edifice will be a thing'of the past, to "The pretty (adv). home> -wedding tip our little boat over, and Ketchelhad supplied as it removes that'much ty

f..tand"and deep water etc. I limestone that underlie practically the be replaced immediately bjrhand of Miss Sallie Shanks/ the beautiful to beat her over the head with an fruit -from existence' .that. might

How is this to be done ?? i I entire State; to make Portland cement some brick structure the equal in'Iri_ adv.) and attractive daughter of oar to keep her away. Well, that bat. otherwise help to swell a possible ab'.

\. By being- more open h arted and {i of the stone in various sections that and appointments to any of the classon John Smith Shanks, the prominent tie lasted half an hour the other nor normal supply to be forced on glut*. i', t

allowing\ the strangers and home is so rich in the qualities necessary to the entire system." groceryman (adv." ) and Mr. Samuel poises trying to release the'calf.:'Then"; ted markets later and competition, 'f i

oiks the right to enioy themselves to the manufacture of that very neces- Snodgrass, one of the city's most sue the poor calf gave up the. ghost witha with California's big crop. S y

he. full extent combmable with Then order the II sary material in modern constructionwork.Manufacturer's ''I Down at the Dock. t cessful (adv.) and popular (adv.) real groan and the mother kept sob Others contend' that if all Florida ,t

nd'[ good chic; government. and Record. Lynn Haven Tribune: Everybodygoes young business men (adv.) was bing pitifully. Finally Ketchel took a oranges' are -allowed to get- full ripe*,
its will Increase in population to the dock on Friday to see the I solemnized yesterday at noon at the machete and sunk it into the calf. the consumer will appreciate 'it. .a>

olid money values. of t I The Dog Decides. "-Tarpon come in. Capt. Barrow often handsome home (adv.) of the bride's There will be no more porpoise hunting thousand times more, th. demand .

We have the natural advantages lack- A dispute as to ownership of a New has with him parties of sightseers parents. The music was rendered by for me. It's too near cruelty. will be Increased and all of the f" 4 '

tourist town and certainly are Jersey dog was settled in court by the making the trip from Pensacola toI I the talented organist (adv.) Mrs. I will into consumption in a whir
go
II in foresight if we fail to emrace dog himself. As claimant No. 1 gave I Carrahelle. The weather has been Jerusha Jones, accompanied by the wind fashion and at highly satisfactory 1!

our opportunities. his testimony, the dog sat supremely 1 BO pleasant through October that it 'eminent violinist (( ) Prof. (adv.) I Lower Rates Ordered. prices.This .
Where does our city benefit H not indifferent; but when claimant No. 2 makes a most delightful) trip, and his Bowstring. The ceremony Was per- The Florida Railroad Commission r

plowing first class shows within her arose the dog was all attention, and passengers say the Captain is an excellent formed impressively (adv.) by Rev. has issued an order effective October I ; is the situation and good .

of nee 1Is spoke so convincingly with his tail 1 host. The boat spends a Holy Smokes (adv.) and the young 25, regarding the movement of fruit growers are lined up on both aides of

i the money gain a full c0"14"8"' that the judge was not long in rendering couple of hours at this place each couple left Immediately over the Sea- and vegetables by the controversy. The problem is a '
express.Under J ,!
>I(for shews Driving us the go-by a decision. Friday and we go down to see the new lantic Coair Line (adv.) for a bridal I the rule now In force, the difficult one tq muter and a* there v
license), for I. not much of a show to gives practical
Ing to prohibitory people and the unloading of the ship tour. rate on a shipment moving over twoor : r: t
pleasure and educational advant- The proud father, to whom a college -the colored boys running back and This (s just where the absurd law more line. of railroad by demonstration-of who is right i

which would otherwise be ttainfto.oar visi-- education had been denied, met forth carrying household goods, groceries I will take us if we observe it to the \ is made by adding the local rate.express of knd who 'wrong, the contest'.. is apt

eitteens and country his daughter on the train on her return new furnituredoors, windows, letter It prescribes that any statement the two 01"' more Tinea and deducting continue; indefinitely;

If b.the.... from college. bags, crates, etc., and storing them in in a newspaper that partakesof : n,

opinion of many of our tax- -But Helen," he. said, "'aren't you the big warehouse. When it is all unloaded the nature of a newspapermen rateen ansJ >>Unntrmooving oveetwwoo Expensive. Jekc* s

1'8 in the, ,end we are the l losers unusually fat'" barrels and barrels of tu of the nature of an advertisementmust .lines. : of road will be the sum of the A practical joker of Buffalo-N. Y-.' M .d

QUILL.maft "Yes, dad," she ref-liedl ""weigh 140 tine and rosin standing on the'flock be so marked-and Ute above I locals of:'each line, less 20 per cent, has been's.nt.no.d'by the courtto: s w

2, pound stripped for gym ready for export are rolled into the gives a fair example of how, an ordinary I and on a shipment moving over threeI pay 93 a week toward the support of r.

The father'looked daisd 'for a mo- boat. The whistle blows, all'aboard social paragraph would .appear I line of road or. tnore,.the'rat. 'will the orphaned children-of'a'maB >topoa, '

a' conceited >s ignored, ment and then demanded' :' '"Who in and away they. go whIle the colored If this provision should be carefully be the. sum ef the local ef- each line whom 'turned a compressed ho4,* ,
thunder is Jhn'-Ex. boys often waft back their farewell I carried .' 30 -
aopr.d.i .. I I .out. per cent. "in''fun. -' 7.V' v .

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k; t I:Report of I Searson Expert Accountant Don egan, President-.of. the Citlreha'/Bank, Kissimmee; to- purchase 'said -- t SINKING. FUND.. ,. .

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s : .., ,, ..* --._.-;-___,______,,,____-_____-______,-_-- :r H' >9 f '
) _..*_,,..._.__?____J-._..___, II 71 j
to the City Council ; : / on loan'..................--. ,,..,....,.... -. _. -47.J1C..,

moun{ bn. hand, S-21V12 __ __,__,._;,._,.._.._ I .)"
the Finances of the City of Kissimmee.your : .. :
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o-= *----CEMETERY "FUND.-- ;
rJlon. -:-y- '. -
..John W. Lee, Chairman, '*, :April,1,, 1910 to March 31, 1911. 5

tV '- a Mr; C. W. Dann .. ,In fund ..I.' i_.*.,{--,.?*,..----._., ''t ; 261 48 ,
,
' t y Mr. A. S. Gilbert, f.'. m\\_ ...OU'I--.....:V- > '. 7Receipt-; : --a- -:-"--* -' ....i;ji.,..

t"*'' : Finance) CommitteeCity;)of;:Kisslmmee: .. .". \ of teemvteiy i tderk( )' u;,:.__._..,,k.___. 12T 80 ;, .
Centlem.n:, i / p .
instruction I have made audit of the books ; 411.S
Pursuant an an
to "snla paid ,.__.,._._..__,_,...__._i.. a88 .J "
from
-. records of the City of Klssimmee, covering period April let

4 .to Au trust 31st, 912-including also an examination of the! Municipal LightIng *.-"-'JI. K,.:._mmma_______..'__.... ;.. ,, 196 it

I ......-..7... Plant account from:June 1st,,1901', to April let, 1910, a* is shown in i i Disbursements: . ..' .

s( body of on } __ .._ .. .: .' S ..
enOt. : _-_ -' -"- -JI4 .T
t! f ,-t.w:/, 1 Dated atlfiiisimmee. )Florida,_this llth day, o* September A..-1>.....1912.Ii : ( : Intereslt .-_--_-.-._u_.-._._.-?ww_.wmwwwMIW___________ 71 00 S8. 'T
.' Report herewith respectfully Submitted, .
"
i LOUIS A. SEA SON. Incorporated Accountant \ April 1, 1911' to March 31, 1912.

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? ,','. CITY OF KISSIMMEE. Receipts .,

/ .-..'" of lot ----,__-______._______________ 70 BO
r'' COMMENTS. I ."... --------- .___________________________: 21 fit
i I As your honorable body has seen fit to entrust this matter, that is. --.--- --______.__________----__ 85 43'07

y extept of this audit, almost entirely to the Judgment of the writer, an especial $5968 .
i effort has been made to bring out all of those points which should ; Disbursements: e

t r be of interest, yet to do those things only which were necessary to convey ____4----_d_______..:._______________ 1IG

vl 3 I. the information have endeavored desired.I to bring to your notice all matters affecting .. 4-l-12 -___ ________- ______ _ .... 184 41 .

city government from an accounting standpoint, and I trust that my efforts April I 1, 19,12 to March 31, 1912.Receipts. ,

h may result in much future benefit to the tax-payers of your city. : 4-l-12 ______ __._-_--_- _--_--- -" 284
You will note that I have commenced my detailed statements one year 4S"I F
next preceding April 1st, March 31st appearing to end the city year. Be- .

r _(__...t_.. ...._.._1I.. _L. _Ot/i___., _I _lnrA__ _. ,m.._.d..t__ __a_4nmenta_ -------- u for_ each_____ denartment._ _. .. m__ _. showing__ _ ; cold ::: -t'---------------------- ; irt
Ij
::==: OK
1 '
"6 I receipts and expenditures from the different funds, coveting a period of ; t <1< mDtlona --- -- A..t .."... .9.D'
".' twelve months for each statement and forward the balances to,
carrying
; ( 8-31.11 _____ __u. _ __ ___
u
the following year. The entire period covered by these detailed statements { ---- 68MUNICIPAL.
in from.April lilt, 1910, to August 31st, 1912 This should give an idea of ) '
ELECTRIC
the earning capacity of your productive departments, aa well as information LIGHTING I'LAN.T. II' .

v relative to the cost of improvements, administration &c. ('omparatin' Fljlur'M.111111 .

The records show that considerable money has been spent in recent earnings -.----_-__-_____________________ I 116'H7 Lone Gale
, years for civic improvements, and in consequence a heavy bonded indebtedness .. { expenses. ______ h ________._. __ ____. 2 666 OH 639 21 t
I
::4 is now outstanding-however, the great increase in property values, 02trnvi"K t

BO vitally affected by modern thoroughfares, light and water plants, good( """ / _-_ _. __- .... __. H' "II 1
::1 ,r government, etc., should, and no doubt will, more than repay your property ,"rnling expensex -- __________ __ 4817 16 '
owners for the necessary increase in your taxes. _-1-_ 1 11
i - j
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.
a I ..... "lLr"lnja __un.u-___ _-_.__ -___ 3 2110 19 ,I
____ __ _
CITY TAXES expenses h ___ 3 462 6l 262 42
{
I
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I have made some calculations regarding: the indebtedness of the City I ... ..arnings --1904- ,
..
and present on this .p.agiL&.-schedule of interest payable on bonds, eUand ' expenses- --------------L-------------- -- - 4 2 lI67 ih 91 Hr. l t

a sinking fund which, in my opinion, should lie treated in 1913: 1 : --- 21905 104 j

4 i His I'rr ('ea.. llCemeterj ...... 'Hlnklnu !..u..!. j-. I .. _---__--_-_--__-_--- __ __ __-_ 4 O75J
( .. K expenses _uuuu __..n____ _ 4 tl5J' 37) e9 j"j".arnh"CII 51906
i 'II' bondsStreet 72 HO <'..l1Id.'r) bonds, llllltuii 'It) ) -
y bonds _ 1IIII III I I full __ u __ $ 1 1III'" 'un' I I -
p ,,. Electric bonds _ ___ _u __ 420 III) I il-CtI'N'1 i bonds. 1'Hir.. due !'l-K .... earnlnxe ____ --_ r. 07H 1.1 i
Water and Sew bonds _ 2 6KO Oil' 'IB. 15.0011.1(0 .- '- __- __ u :"iOlt 110fltlll e"p..n..a _______ .-. -- 6 Ill 0" 33 92 t t1
n . : ---- I IMec: IlKllt) due 7-16-21.) $7(""'"! ,,, (HIy j ,
.' 3 372 \Vntrr.116 I newer. S-l-10. $6.- 0071 -
{ D .... i .... earnings _________.. _
HUI< t, ,. expuuaex ____ __ n -- 450436 /f
:I 21111 011I : ..
,. I lllxltlK1M1J" '1101..... $i.noO.11due' \ ( l -1908-
S. 111111' 1111 ,'arninga __u.n _ r. rGG n
y ftl>,,c. having" notes 1 Bon mi 41"11'1 r nn, ,. e. f4iiiilMHi' ilu Ml ) I i 'IIIII'IC' cxpena..s u_ G =1671909 uo
0 'p. O..n'l 1 pavlne>; not. :1 him; IHI .,1'-. lull ouy ,, -- 498 81
j 1 -
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y $ 8 472 001 I r 'ill"< 011 I l i' "" eurnpg. !II' 1121 06
w
,. \ '' I'xl"ens''s' ,
The assessment for last year aggregates, for all purposes the sum ofr' < >>U III

'1938,18400 anil the total levy waa 17 nulls.---I-Iturnimlireftly thut tin? \ NOTE-At this time the new plant was built and the records show I
figures for the present year will reach about one million and one-thud I|, other expenditures for the year went for this The that '

t .-' Considering the income from various sources (the lighting plant and waterworks i are taken from the amounts turned over to the purpose.Treasurer and figures r,
: paying their own operating expenses), it appears that the milla {e I paid by him. war-"
would still necessarily be nearly double what it is at the present time You Recapitulation:
r .will note the heavy outstanding claims. ,
y ) June 1, 1901 to April 1, 1910.
,> 4
: < ',.Ived from bon lsu ________ ___
I, BOOKS AND RECORDS. ____ 4 yon/ 00 \
I : :::: :row ed n j too oo
-: ,i The of has I from pant th----: .
business the
of
,' your city outgrown present system bookkeeping ... Issue ._ m 41 5.6 4
F ; now in use. I recommend that you purchase, immediately, special I un------ 7 000 00

I-i !, form register for receipts and disbursements, made in accordance with I Total to.. account fur, for period -- :?$ 21b 40 .
forms which I will present separate from this report. Records of this kind, ,,", and general expellees for "...rlu,16:\ 443 67
on flrt bond and ___ __ _ _
notes
i properly) kept, will enable the City Clerk to divide his funds as they should I -h n 6 600 00 .

). be and furnish the Council, readily, with such. Information as they require ': 41 911<< 67 ;
regarding any'department. 10 Value of plant Hit coaU about __.' _ 16 ooo 00
< '10 Unlance In fund ___ ___ __ _ 1 342 92 6K\ 2X6 4t!
Warrant Register. i I --

AH the claims against the City and warrants drawn in payment oft April 1, 1910 to March 31, 19H.

same are listed on this book-but the register as a whole is rather confusing "",e In fund i-I-'Io 1 ___. .h I 342 42 4.
,, + Warrant are drawn on the Treasurer for every claim as they come up for Income.

", payment, but often, it appears, a warrant is not paid and later another is .. from lot said ____. __,_. ______ 100 00
-
,, 'I. drawn In lieu of same-these are recorded in the same columns, (which IJ&T. ----____----__--_-- _____-_--_____-.-_-- 7 jjj 60
j ___, ___ _______ _____
should be added) and make it that additional -- --- -- ju K
naturally have ----
appear sums . ______--_--__--__- -_____________ __ 884 go
; been expended. Especially is this confusing in view of the fact that ini ---------__. 00 _______________--_. HOG 7* 127 66 A
I some cases the entry does not give the necessary information to show that

M. c ,.. .the.. Item'All claims has been after previously beingappro"ed charged for to the payment fund ,affected.. should be recorded on the paid ......_.;___._,_.l.___.___,_...... . 10 II 684 470 61 67 tt

,.: .-r,. ,S .tIi ; :warrant register and the columns 'regularly totalled-at the end of the : ce 2-21-Mt. ': .... 41I,..... ..'-1...: . ; V ' III I*
tt "' 'month or at such time a* the Clerk receive the I \'i f'7'C,
Treasurer's
,, .
may report on ( : 1. ; :'.. , I "
: "1warrant./ ':, paid, the figure should ,.be duly reconciled_the difference ) I 'ti.;;;:!' .?' II",is", .I.t\l"\,' 'h\ ; <.1iJ'"',;'
," :
M.intena.ee ,
'j. 'j sown
would of :
ifcff
;,
course represent outstanding warrants, which should be / ..: ,
:i ,, . "Ite.:. ,;' ,.in detail on the record of the office, following each settlement of this natuw. : ..n _ _, j 828 43 1
This ha not,been the custom and I experienced some difficulty in making -:---_ _ : Ju2 60
._ _.____ _._. ___.__ __ -, _
; up figures for the warrants outstanding under date of August 31st, 1913: -- 172 En _2 U'n_ it..

Which appear as follows: \: ;; <> labor, (nreaien &c) __________ _-_-_ 'V- 384
Sanitary Fund ________ n _$ 206 55 I and hauling _. __.____ S' Ji
f' Special Paving _.nn ___ 16 051 37 and Installation -----n____ JJ X
material Ac _______ ?J
'S ;; k, General Fund _unn 3<10G 25'f ( -- -.._.. .401. JJ
I 4 a- ", .'; ,, Electrict Fund ___---_ _- _--_ ;J4- .644 95 : : g t -' 7RKC 6 sssfl
:
:::
work h --_._ .___ ___ M
Water and Sewer ___ n. ___ 592135 l > auppb' and repair material-_-- 49 65
i : Street Fund _.____nn____ 3 457 56 & work ..__._ __ [-.m J? !
-_-- _______________ _. ___Uh 101 1QUU9, H
"" "
', I Total -- ____ __ ___. _ _$43 388 03PKC l ) .. on-- -material ..._. _h___: 72 86 m
7311
( _______. __ .8
--- ----------------- ------ 100 17
d' . Treasurer. 1
: have -_ ____. :_!."._ :_ *Jf ji
I thoroughly) checked the Treasurer's } -- -- --- -
reports against the books : -- -
I : : : : :::: :: :: on emoke..tack ___
,in the office of the City Clerk, andjthave) compared the balances with the i 2000
s' Treasurer's books. I find the amount on hand as reported to be correct. -.-li-;...-u-:-hu-n---------h--n------ 1 1171 40 e
t .. _.___ _
(M' -,____ 3 U (I
sS, Minute Docket. .'" -..--._.-._.., ._--__ ___ _ h 193 00 1117>> oo R,*
This is a very complete record and could not well be improved on. The : : : g A

"' 'D is proceedings of the City Council are recorded, following each meeting of Extensions and Enlargement of Plant., alt ea \f

v tk. that body,. in a most intelligent manner. and Installation work GOO 00 t

Docket of MarorJs Court. supplies ___ 401, 16 I
": for extension *
: : 27 41 I
r' A complete .record of all cases coming before the Mayor for trial is -..-.... m oo V f>

'?f>< registered on this book. Fees. .fine,*, general disposition of these cases, etc. -* -1'$4- _?- i6 00 g, 1

--S Note. : : g iMinlinnnd, foundation tc( _.... 806 81 I HJ {4 I)

.' e 1 ':_<:!*':>?-. eund the ledger account which the City Clerk keeps against all pf 1P OM M L
< 4-l-10 .__.
n ...
' ,
t ; th4 different funds and of and ::: 373 JB
sources revenue
expense, remarkably ac Issued _____.-__ 10 065 2 J|
Z /. ,;VSV" :\ ':. curate.,
.
-<1 10 4111 n

...L', 1 :,. ... . WATER ;AND SEWERAGE. by Treasurer a 684 68 H

a .\" ":\ It appears that bonds aggregating $43,000.00 were issued in August ; 3-31-11 _-__ 864 It ||

f e'S DIG for the. purpose of Municipal Water Works and Sewerage The records April 1, 1911 to March 31, 19,12. R\
H' .; ahrWithat' np to August 81st, 1912, the plant, with all extensions, cost ap$51,000.00. In fund 4.1-11 il
"i ry..t"J. V prowimaiTrij' ggB ,,

,- "I",,. . On paces 26 and 27 of this report are statements showing income to .. for light Income. 511 64 11\I
-
.; i,! ;"the'Cityfrom this source, and analysis of expenditures from the Water n oo S
# M;," bad Sewer Fond from August 1, 1910 to August .31, 1912. (The account ---. 947 oo i ll
." .. .m-1 opened:'August j lit 1910)). The information contained in these state- 276 42 10 875 06 .. /I
; '- o "1 Went+* show very clearly how the funds for these purposes have been applied 11 i
i, and I do'not think it necessary to make further explanations regarding / from borrowed money! -__ g let 111 J| ,.I

t Same In the. eommente.iT .

\ paid ._.________ 17 SJJ 60 ..I
17
15 L. 1 \, : STREET FUND. 3-31--12 ._._ .* In I
II
i a a .. , : .ili page 22-24 of this report statements showing how the Disbursements: (I
1 ;. '. fund mstreet purpose have been applied. The street equipment (which Maintenance

is all,new) cost about 800.00, this amount should appear a* an asset ...: ; i il is

-- __nn__. ___00 _______ 1 3HO 00 a* }|
-i : LICENSES. (too 00 \\
--------------------.5 __________ 842 00 il
a ri' 'I hari'di.lded the licenses for the year 1912 so a* to show the amounts %.-_____- 27 60 SI
7 fp et'' ,; received front the different lines of business-giving. also comparative --.----.-,-__ 47 77 3 '17 27 ll

'total. figure for 1910 and 1911. Statement on page No. 9 of this report I work -_..?.__._._-__.' .
work 0Of
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-- --------------
.. ."N BONDED DEBT. jon furnace* -,- !T 76
ll : I'' ./[. and hauling .__.______ .__ ____ 14 71 >
has -
& ,
Th City at the present time cent bonds
//1; ,' outstanding' per aggre- on clock -.-1.._ 7{ 00 ( I
I Y't, k4 :fJii'mtmff'the total sum of ,56200.00, ,paving note. $26,000,. total 81200.00, ..._,...-----.--------------- ,J 00 *
... ..... 13
; natori&c-,,toUow'N -- -- -
/ 1 r 1f.! i rwz .i lat
i and ** ,1ti
5'; ) : > ------------------ ii
-
: -
i \- ;' "J' KUetrte light bonds; ''*je T-U-'ll.-,..?-?.., T 000 00 ________- 45
1 '4' .; f ( trMt bond *M> .t-is-'l-.....______...___.__-_.;.____ ( ooo oo e.- ------------ *
S 1' .: : Cemeterybond..and .,. due .la..I'--i---------------------. .. 1 (oo oo ; [ \ >,-:EEr----,--------:--------:::.-:-- g g fl
, -,4 -- """or Water sywer __
,,' ,i 1 ., laotdtie. ...-,... /',,for t..0&9.00.----------. _.__.. 42 000 00 : sundry---- -ItemsV ....-----..-.------- 1450' it
s -;? ;1 ,' 4_, o01 . *upplle* .for repair work lt* f* J
14 I . ,II* lOs : : : _. all. I. 1
G 1 1,:, .. ,e-....' pavlagoot,. \I..t.. ;....00... maaringoae te:' : :. .:::oul;j---- --- -------? ., II J

+' "aye' 'Pearl.. "__-.....-------------,- --_.--_. _2' 000 00 0 bin ----->.----___.________________ 12 (
f4 tt t'. : : : : -; : _. ___. o 1
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.: '.. \ + Da doIr"daM'ot' 8'o torgber, 11211,''d1912.'an'': dltiotlal..Iaa11.'ol.80OOO.00 :! ; ;: : &taa"n .tatlon.ry ---- ,. ./"---_.. 11 14 ?,

'.. ; 4M a'JIoI1Idpa11totelJ:, : was.authorised$ by the,Council.. ,'A'bid'by: JL. E. :: ,.,... ?
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