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 15, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00568
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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at KI..lmmee. It.is':,33" feet overall, sanitary betterment of beautiful I J.l '

i CANVASSING. BOARD ,t 8.10 beam- and; has>' 16-horse power' Work: of City .Engineer little city< as well,as its our general '1m- '"KISSIHME- CIVIC' :
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'I engine.! < prov.ement' along all lines..civic 'and.
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It TABULATED, RETURNS first, but .he,will', certainly: be one, of , : Sharply', Criticised a. that proposed by the City, Council J: : '
the first boats to make the I in -any light' except .. a Up,;back tEAGUgjTnE NAME .
through from Kissimmee to .Miamiand ward. We believe that it I is the duty I
: details of the trip should be of ,At Board of Trade of all, citizens''' to exercise their best I .
f''TASk'WASCOWrtO'MONDAY considerable interest to all in this judgment' -endeavors whenever the '
i part of the State., opportunity offers to advance the weN ADOPTED FOR, .V. t SOCIETYPROBABLETIIA'I'STEPSWILrBE,
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It DITCH'IS'CALLED fare of the town.It is p : ,
DRAINAGE so : . "
RESURVEY '.FpR' ,' FOR ON ,
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TRADE 1: DAY SET FOR detrimental to sanitation,, ...-. "
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0111L rynJ @' t113bir'TAE ;GROUND THAV ENGINEER WHOLLY' e&rance and-attractiveness-to locate .-t--
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a )pound at that spot that we feel confident ,
,1, ELECTION'WHICII- CONSOLIDATED . 3D 'WffK'.IN. JANUARY NCOMP TENT. .', your honorable body will rescind .TAKEN.'TO AFFILIATE: WITH. '" ;; ?I ,rr
FIGURES BROUGHT ,f'" your former action.'upon: '' reconsideration' FEDERATION k.
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: TQ TliK,SURFACE In protesting against the situation + i
BOARD OF' TRADE COMMITTEE .WOMEN'S CLUBS... .
' ,. ,_ Matters did'not lag at the Bo rd of diture of the money necessary to have of the pound at this particular spot "
: "jwi'r PROMOTE. 'THIS, .. Trade meeting Monday evening. It the proposed ditch opened. It was a It-I.,probably in order for: us to express R '
yr'Oeceeola, county's vote' (hi 'the election I EVENT wa the best meeting from every angle much needed improvement,, but the our opinion'... being the,sense I It 'is hOW the Klsslmmee Civic .}
" of Tuesday, Nov. 5,was consolidi ,, that had teen' held for a ,long time; preliminary work -should be ,properly of'the Kissimmee Civic League that League... This name wet formally \ :
i 'rated at the court house Monday by -- the attend.nce'wu good and the done.' the pound should not be located at any adopted 'Tuesday afternoon by the->' r' '
canvassing 'board composed of The third Wednesday tn January. is members were-not bound by the reticence Stanford at'the BaU point within the city .wbet'e' the sight Village. Improvement Society as the '. ". ,,:<
-' 'County Judge George F. Parker, the date for Trade Day, u decided by which some times holds.th,m. H. Clay Stanford president of the of It would be obnoxious or the sounds new name' for'that organisation.. "" ,'': .
'.Supervisor( of Registration Charle W. the Kissimmee Board, of Trade,,,Mon- When new business was reached in Board called S. J. Triplett to the chair and odors noisome to any resident of ;The adoption of the new name I. l'!
Griffin,"and County Commissioner A. day evening.' . the regular order the recent action of and took the floor.' Not only did the the town. ''We believe that this prob the beginning of a new era for the .".1;;
F. 'Baas., Court Clerk R. G. Johnston The discussion of Trade Day has the City, Council in letting the contract redoubtable H. Clay take the floor but' lem can bt handled In auch a manneras society which, has done'such valuable ,
,acted u tener'' and ,W.. B. ,Crawfordof been lagging through several months for the drainage "canal was he came' near'taking' the breath of not to Impose upon any one's senses work In*furthering civic pride and advancement \ '
counsel for the county was present. and was revived at the Monday night brought up by S. 1Triplett.nd.:\ a his auditors when he said that it'was the unpleasant" things that would ,,in ''Kiasimmee.. Objection' '
The tabulation of the ''vote for meeting of the Board by an unexpected lengthy discussion ensued in which a amazing to him that the members of necesarily -accompany the location of had grown to the old name for the. i.
county' officers appears elsewhere report from the committee in number of members participated, with the City Council all knew the city engineer pound in the heart of town.. reason that'Kissimmee had outgrown
this Issue and will be valuable to file charge of .the proposed enterprise. the result that the 'secretary was directed to be incompetent and that not Respectfully submitted, the village :-period anq the name'did
away for reference in future: campaigner The committee reported to the Board tq write,a letter addressed to a''singleone' of them would employ THE. KISSIMMEE CIVIC LEAGUE, not fit ,the 'society; it was an outgrown ,. .
The unofficial vote was published that 'responsibility of selecting the Council setting forth the :objectionsto him on his Individual account to-do a.. p7"'the Secretary.. garment; the kilt baa been cast iI ka
last week, with the Crab Grass date was too much for said committeeand the contract ''as viewed by ,the Job of 'work ID, the engineering line aside for the full length gown if you ,r A':' '
precinct raising' The table published asked the Board to relieve;' the Board of Trade and calling for a re- but that they insisted on thrusting the A. : '. ";
in the present Issue' shows the full committee of this burden;.* .- survey'1 the canal\< ''The-entire action engineer down the throats of the tax REV. J.- HOLTS Pt Affiliation'' with the'. State F dera- ."
vote as officially reported by the canvassing This'was promptly' done.. judge of the'Board hovered about r the payer.when) they could not fail toknow lion of Women's'Clube was discussedat '
beard to the Secretary of George F. Parker moved that the date alleged Incompetency of the city engineer that he was utterly incompetent MINISTRYIENDORSEDUNANIMOUSLY the and it is probable -
State. be fixed for the third Wednesday, of and; the expressions were-not and disqualified to do the work that ; that steps will taken to form that':, .' ,
The, candidate polling the highest the first month of the next year.,. and. couched in language that\ could not he was engaged to perfornfc' -"1,conI :--- connection. The Klssimmeev Civic "
number' votes was W. ,I. Barber, this motion was carried. be readily understood. Moreover the I fees," said Mr/ Stanford, ."that this : League under the old name has for .
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Democratic nominee for county tax insurgents were not; only'willing that i thing gets'beyond my comprehension.- ';CALLED TO,THE years been ; ofwomen moat useful :- 1
assessor. He received 833 VOteL.His their stand should be known but they Nine out of ten men in the town haveno SERVICE-OF CHURCH organizations in Florida ,.:
Republican opponent,'Prank-MunMII, HIGH SCHOOUPUPILS! even requested the secretary. to 'put confidence whatever in this man asan ,BAI7IST and the effect of its activities may be' ,<
received 124 votes. Mr.. Barber's superior them on record. engineer. I want 'a resurvey of 1 ,:FOR INDEFINITE PERIOD: seen on all sides in Kissimmee. There
strength lay in the fact that he. ITO; OffER "PRINCESS"PLAY Mr. Triplett reviewed the action this ditch. It oughtto be done even 'r are certain benefits to come tc..the. !, ,
livea'at St. Cloud.' His vote at thai taken by Council in regard to cutting if it costs five hundred dollars. I believe local organization from affiliation f f
precinct over his opponent-shows 214 ....... the ditch. He said there was no that the profile and estimatesare Rev. Dr.' A. J. Holt was'unanimously -' with the State body, and on the other
to 80. ----0 question concerning the desirability wrong. I believe that the Council ( called Sunday by;"the:: Kissimmee hand the federation. will,be strength,
The highest number of votes cast WILL BE PRESENTED of the ditch. "Everybody recognizedthe acted hastily in accepting, them and in Baptist church to serve the church as ened. 1- '
in any of the contests for county offices BEFORE need for it and the people were letting this contract and we ought' to pastor'for' an indefinite period. Besides the many.enterprises of a 1\'f1
was that for sheriff, the number CHRISTMAS willing to pay for the right kind ofa do whatever, possible to be done to" This 'endorsement which isi: the strictly civic, character that have "
being 976. L. H. Ingram,'the Demo- HOLIDAYS. ditch. This kind of a ditch he conceived I protect the citizens and taxpayers strongest that **n be, given by a bade originated and helped the organization ' ,
cratic'nominee received 768; Warren' j to be tone that water would runoff I from further imposition." church will undoubtedly meet general in maintaining and building up ',-
King, Republican nominee, 217. in. He stated it as his opinion that Price of Ditch Cutting.Was approval Dr. ,Holt came to Klssim- public i library which' in the course ," i .
It ia Interesting to note that the vote i the city engineer was not competent i In the course of'the discussion moo about a year ago from Oklahoma. of time will be'of Inestimable worth ', '
for State house offices was about the repaying, to supervise the construction of a developed that the price mad. by He achieved prominence years ago in to the" town. The pro&'J'll'" '-may '
name all the way dawn, and it would "for the benefit'of the school library. ditch of thi acharacter. the successful bidder for cutting the the denomination for his able aid effective aee",'rather slow at times.but it baa: ,; r
be more interesting to have the explanation The parts have been cast and rehearsals Thompson Had His Say.. ditch (there was but one. bid sub work, as an educator, mission been steady from the outset and books -, ,r
as to how this happened.Park I will be in full swing soon. Mr. Triplett was followed by J. W. mitted-was) 19 3-8 cents a cubic yard ary to the Indians, writer and lecturer are being added as the resources of . ..
Trammell for Governor received The members of the caste are engagedat Thompson He said that as a citizen for the material excavated. This price He is generously endowed with the league permit. Action was taken '
610; H. Clay Crawford for Secretary in becoming familiar with; and tax payer he was unwilling for was regarded as excessive by the the natural gifta' of the ,orator and at Tuesdays meeting to buy.cases for
of State 674; Thos. F. West for At- I their present lines. the city to contract a debt of the member. of. the 'Board. Another ready, speaker.nd to these he has some of the'books.that did not have .
'-w, torney General 619; W. V. Knott; for The direction of the play is' in the' amount necessary to cut the canal with feature was that $10,000 had been appropriated added the graces'of liberal educationand protection. -
Comptroller, 639; J. C. Luning for hands of Miss Almena Leitner. It is, I only the estimates of the city engineer to pay for the cost of the observation "The town, of* Kis b\
treasurer, 631} W. N. Sheets for Superintendent intended to stage the play at some,'I as a guide Mr. Thompson wanted canal. A question discussed was how simmee is 'fortunate .in .having him ;!
of Public Instruction 639; date prior to the Christmas holidays I it understood that he entertained no I money would, be _obtained. to pay for numbered among; its local, ministers., ITALIAN ,RYE FORBROADWAY :
W. A. McRae for Commissioner of unkindly feeling for the engineer, } but the completion of the canal if it,was '
Agriculture, 614; J. ,B. Whitfleld for the' doubted his ability and this doubt proved that the estimates' were erron-
Justice of the Supreme Courts 616; MAKING PLANS FOR had been raised in his mind by the eous. In view of the recent note issue BUMPER CROP. OF ,PARKS, '. .
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Royall! \Cot f Dunn', for; Railroad Com- work done by the engineer in connec- for $60,000 and the purposes, to which .
misioner,627. RECEPTION tion with the street paving. He said the money had been set, apart it SWEET : , ", : .
Arthur E. Donegan for Senator of FIRST that he knew of: streets that' didn't would be impossible to'eet any more POTATOESINEXPERIENCED PREPARATIONS MADE TO KEEP- '
the Nineteenth District received 804. drain the water off in any, direction. money without the 'necessity ,of, an.. '
Frank'Clark for Representative in H. ,said that the work .done by the other note or bond ispue./ ,, ,. -i THE. PARKWAYS; GREEN '

Congress from the Second Florida district WOMAN'S ,LEAGUE' APPOINTS engineer was sufficient evidence to The discussion became general'and FARMER MADE 'ALL WINTER. '. W
received the greatest number of him that he 'was incompetent. He the secretary. was instructed to write : "' ; . ,' \-' \
votes In'this county of any candidate THEIR ,. MMrrrEE"ON hoped that something could be doneto the letter to Council previously al PHENOMENAL YIELD' r ";,J,"r r ." .
for office of a general character next ARRANGEMENTS. potrect the tax payers on the ex penn luded to.GOOD. 'NEAR TOWN Kissimmee '' : ;: "':
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to Mr.,. Donegan, his vote being 660. ___ _____ ,. . -- The Civic'League will :1(
Tlie vote for Justice of the Peace '1'-; ---- '- t. 'r! '. see to it that the green places in the -\: "r!.": 1, ; .-
scattering. No candidate was center of Broad way'*re-,kept green : 't... ",
was .
The first MAN RENTS EXAMPLE .
of the aeaaon'"receptlons.t ORLANDO ,
demonstration of what be '
qualified r and in the Kissimmee district A can during the winter.- .
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of were entered.S. the Chapter House will be held done, on raw land of this section is The native''grasses die down during '
H.a, Bullock number was names elected over Will 'Tuesday. evening, November which 26th.made fIATS-fN 'KISSIMMEE I IN HOME;'MAKING(j present in the experience of N., Holt, the cold weather and Italian rye has
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This announcement was
who. came to Ki.simmeeayear' been selected the desired i
Nelson by 74 to 20 votes. Vote. were receivedwith '. . ago to give touch J 's
In last week
the Gazette
was ,
Lewis from California. of verdure to the parkways while Kis-'
'cast for W. G. Hanklns, 1'NEWHOUSE' "-, or ,
4 Julius Hyde, Joe Johnston, pleasure in social Kissimmee.The Mrl Holt is a clothes cleaner by aimmee I.,in winter dress.'
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O'Bryan '
W. Griffin and W'Maklnson'' ,. feature receptions have IAS, ALSO RENTED WOODBECK HOME;, IN' VERONA trade and never' had any, experienceIn .1 .
C. been of. the social season . '
a IN' farming. ,He.bought a placejustnorth ,
STORE STREET. BUILT VERY ,,
\. -'oj since their inauguration, and the interest !IN STEWART of town on the Orlando road. He .
DOES NOT' REGARD in them has grown steadily' AVENUE. . rSHORTTIME. is just now marketing a crop of sweet REVIVAL SERVICES TO' .
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;, since the first one 'wu given., f. r potatoes grown on three acres of land ,
At Monday's'meeting of the' local t. ': which produced 600 bushels. They 'BE:HELD BY BAPTIS1S > :i.
,::r ; 'BRICK'RAT(1IIGI1FREIGHT chapter of the' League ),[ra. Stanley An' example 'in the, making', of .a are yellow yamsand he is1, selling ,. '; '",
..' . H. Bullock and Mrs.. James,M.' Will- :,.The four, nati in. tbe'NU1.r.Stan- home which la' worth i ...Ingol is ..furnished them for ,76 cents a bushel:, Mr..Holt ' .' '- ," I-.
'. .0;.,, son,Jr.were appointed,to have. .charge ford buUding in Stewart avenue have by G. H. Newhona, who came grew: other crops, but his star per- -i v "

AGENT: ',OF 'THE AT of'thl first, reception,, da.been...The rented,Woodbeck T b7 B. F.store Miller In, of th.Orlan--same to'Kissimmee began ''building1 seven' on.,a month.lot in ago Veronastreet ; and formance\ ,was the' ,,potato .harvest, ,REV' W,.'C.,:...GOLDEN. *,' WILL.. ASSIST' .; ?,'

,-LANTC'COAST'L, NE jr BITED block has been rented by Mr. Miller ''wblch. he had purchased some I r .' IN, MEETINGTOBEGiN. ,

? >' also,.and he' [ a, shooting time previously'while net and, Mrs.' I' NOVEMBER : 4i .-
CONTRACT .
; ; .IUSSIbD!EL. FORDliCH.IlEl !! galled d bowling alley there-: Newhou ...were, here;;a,' winter''visitora DAUG"TfRS.JO. I.. : d
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:'' :' :,.; : '- I .. Mr.' Miller has been' in the. hotel ,! ', -
';'j '' eneraiy.F YIDQLEMAsIi business in Orlando and,wUl move to Mr N whouse J has, 'a' model teem PICTURE 'oI: ,GEN. LEE 'Revival services,will"'begin .at the, :' ' .
; JamWiF.Mead, assistant Atlantic,, CoastKissimmee TO, Kissimmee about the first of Decem- dense well lighted and ventilated,'with ,. . Baptist church,Sunday, November 24.Rev. .' ,'I "
I t I. gent. of the and ber.t Tbat'the flats and store build all the conveniences, peculiarly suited W. C. Golden an evangelist of' i\"
4, Llnevisitod Monday ing: should have, been ranted, before to this climate, but the grounds about recognized ability and standing In their: t' ,
.,.; (aufffTTThhhtttu the Gazette in regard this to the building was completed is a-sure I the house afford the most attractiveand PRESENTATION TO TAKE PLACE! denomination 'baa been,:'engaged',,te +bl':.
,"" ,\11,. .I appearing recently the excessive H : Will/ SUGGEST I 4 CIWIGE indication of the continued growth of .notable part'of. the home., ,r PUBLIC'RECEPTION"IN assist the pastor Rev.A. J, Holt,. .'i .. f
pap"" hi.. regard to Kissimmee.. 'It is also significant that. Seven months ago the-lot w.'cove :ATT: Announcement made from 'tM 'h ,.
f r eigb paId'on the brick used "in pavbQ '. -' .- I Mr. Mill.r.hould see'prospects;heN ered'with Weeds man-high.. 'Today it JANUARY., pulpit Sunday comcerning the.meetings .: '"
the street of!this city. that. .TIIOLJGIIT'THAT'; : COUNCIL, WILL. sufficient to induce him to jmake'thla' '. is flourishing with many ornamental *, .* and' cards ... distributed'' adv. a l.'.
It was stated .In.' the' 'article. of his home,; He will sublet the' flats, plants, trees, shrubs, flowers, and in -.. ar. vertfsingtheserlu; ..:: Evangelist Gol.' ; '
about-one-third, of the 'amount .AGREE TO CONDITIONS THAT, the is with lettuce' r. ,
rear a garden mustard den ,bat! the reputation ol-'t being a '
for went the 'At :meeting,of Wilt Bryan-'chap- \ ,
aid out .to a. ;
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SUCCESSFUL BIDDER WILL English peas, tomatoes, and aealoua and i
Dr.
.peppers strong preacher
:'v JaUroals "for. freight charges. The LARGE PARTY OFWESTERNERS onions and the like.,, : tor, Daughters''of the ConfederacyWednesdayafternoon Holt's .stirringsermons- oil
1 PL'ANSC given
aver .'freight per cat' load was $114 ,PROPOSE IN rAt : .The verandas are' latticed ,with it was voted to him.a.,bold on congregation: and" 41
';from. Alton Ala-, to KUsimmee. : HERE climbing rotes in full bloom and any:present a portrait of General Robt.,E.' the. town,which is unosuaL, T > ;:; .
.;Mr- Mead explained that on a cheap one to'take casual look'would 'conclude Lee to the Osceola.HighSchool. -
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'.commodity, the assessment of freight .' a meeting of'Council ''held Fri that the place had been in The'presentation, 'of/ the portrait'will "
would" necessarilyhave: to be a,Jare. day evening tbe-'contr.ctfor" cuttingthe. .- arriving 'at such 'a stage ,of,yean mature : take place-at a reception to .be " ,.r
.proportion of .the value olVthe' commodity municipal drainage canal was lei CAME'DOWN'ON HOME.' order and .beauty.; .,. given at-the Chapter House in Janu-: BLOODED'STOCK" ( '
the rate Middleman at, the of THIRTt., . date be determined latsr. "
and he did not regard to 'J. P. figure a'It.the to , ;, *" '
' I\\.,etas; excessive. ,ne was un.bll'to say If 19 ''3-8! cents per;,,eubieyardfor,: ex:: SEEKER'S EXCURSION :The focal,chapter'' made final ,artangements"topurchase'markers -.j

there',was any, chance, to get the,,rate MrM.l.dd. 'submitted! .; i.LAST WEEK* CIVIC: LEAGUE DOES, to. .' .fuR" .HUNTER. .f I AMr'r'd'
4 reduced in view of amountof le mae t the' -'" be placed on the'graves of Confederto ..1
paving brick that would used in tad'' that. came in 'response to the advertisement ::LIKE NE\ : soldiers, and It Is likely that tome' ; , 'Ii fa
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"Florida'during: the next few years., inserted by' Council-caH- I M- I y POUND. public ceremony: will signalize this, :' ro"
REGISTERED
: -- *i iMARGARET Ing for bids on the work.The bid A of Westerners' arrived In event when the grave stones 'shall, CATTLE' flENT' .
,the- condition that -party. haY PRAIRIE .. '
was accepted upon ''MADE' : arrivedh THE THIS J
Kissimmee Friday night of last,week, PROTEST uisT'UBFOR '
1 :LAUNCII': the Council would assume no-rssponrsibility and were taken in by the agentsof : ": '
; of.quick eaixtThis was a tow RECENT PURCHASE, ; WEEK, ik, 4 ?

!!TO, WINTER( 'IN I MII point'-upon which the bidder and the MeAIister the several&:Canning land companies Co.. entertained The MADEBY'CITY., BOOKLET ISSUED;' BYM'KOYLANDCO: ," ( ,;:'
t L : Council, were at variance," each con- .come.of, them and the Hunter Land ----.,. Capt., Fred Hunter'has bought from' '
.. 'I I tending thatth."other should assume, Co. looked after the others t _The Kissimmee'' Civie League 'does' ( : Frank Vans Agnew a registorad'Jer ', F
-. such ;'-responsibility in' the, event.that Capt Fred Hunter tendered' ''the not approve of the location of a pound ey:,bull, ;:Stamboul for,the Prairie t
'" .HILLIARD'S: TRIM i BOATL :WILLrMAKE such an'' obstacle to, the 'early- completion -!visitor ''a boat ride Sunday down the for cattle in the heart of the''town as .farm of the Hunter Land; fVl... and also .
of,,the work should be eacounr recently determined by the City of tM' blood;!', The animals # ;'I/to
,:' TRIP THROUGH TO, .iti-c: = the Roseadele. It was ade, ,upon ; ADVERTISES SECTION IN ALL OF a cow' same .
," tered ,Council.J";; have been Bent to their home
and
lightful day < the eneasedtwith new ,
prospectors
; 'i'THE';): I AST'COAST;, Mr, Middlemas >as In .Klssimmee experience. They were Formal;;protest has been'ftled-with" ,, 1TS'.YARIEI.A1TR) C, on the farm.,: ;,
I In Wednesday and gave the impressionthat the). Council, by the- League ' 'follows ?
, the country and the ma as . Experiments are being made at the. y {
\.\ ; : J he would take the contract with jority, of the mmade purchases : .", ' TIYENESS. .... farm with'common stock as: welU R ;
r: The :Very .trim t.unch i Margaret the condition'attached provided the i Kissiramee,' Fla.; Nov: ,12/1912. Some of'the'beet'prairie calves,have 1
, .: < "will spend the'season In.MiaUlL' The plans for the canal were changed to To the Honorable City, '.Council,' 1 Kis'- been purchased and will be well fed '' }
' :: launch is lying on the 'lake awaiting : meet his ideas. of how .'it should be Mrs.., E* E. i Wells, who .recently simmeeFloridat ,The Mcli oy Land Co.,Ns distributIng during the season and the comparative t'
D:". a f "a Nenr ,York partwhich;,has -chartered constructed.- Theplans call' for al. opened real estate'offices in the Will-' . It Baring-come to- the>attention'the f through the Kissimmee office.a .maturity of'prairie cattle-whert'well. r ' '-
', /, ._ .the boat for a,Journey. through most perpendicular banks, and he eon; son building two'weeks ago\inserteda I k" ;?" 'the:Ufces>'and* rivers and canals tot tends-that dangers of caving./ ,would want ad,in the Valley Gazette offering i City Council has purchased a lot situated growing crops and in,the spring.' Prairie hogs ,- 1'
; if\!.' ''loIlatntJ;} ," , be obviated' bl making- provision- ,for rooms, for rent,'and)ln less than In'thn: block 1 to, the rear: of the testimonials from growers of what fattened on the farm so that 1 /14""
proud! - eight ,daysreceived, a 4' .query ,.from' Osceola Hardware Co.'s place1 of, 'business has actually been accomplished'the 'like blooded stockr''The , '
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v" ,' ownertbe''Margaret..WUl. put the : nJt1sufelV that Mr.Midlema't'1li'meet China, Maine, as to location and price.' to,be used for Impounding tattle,: way'of producing and marketing. recently added a number of Mye .f17 oM J',. )
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tt,' 'I' 1, '' ; East Council at the session be held All of which (a proof positive that you i we a* an organization desire to-enter>> The holdings the MeKoy Co. are I I hogs,. arid.a..will be- poulbl.Interesting ;., "
: the tourist. Tuesday evening?of next:week,!or *t not only get/'qUIck but .big returns' this our protest against such proposed located in Osceola and Orange counties : ;;;Y,. /> ,
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'1: 1'iiS$0;i: "' U one,of ,'may be that a special meeting' will.. when yon UN,.the. . columns- of.the' Valley ' p.. of the lot in' question. "" F the being located, 'rwhether it (Ie breed or feed ',. '1 :' ,:

(1: ; ;; L everi built_., be),called to'"discuss! the matter.,: ,Gazettes 1 I As an organization. interested,in the' in-4his city'In urge"of A.'R.;W'-rerun.-' .most! :.In stock; and cattle raising., ';". $,t .' tii
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I ; Seti" ':, '.'.-"*- "# -.*** .-* -iW"-i i,1*" J"--f *- '' 'i7*'"' ,* s i WHAT'S ,DOING. ON : SPIRIT :OF THE WEST turned. The whole out in town pursuit of of HlcVsville an 8-year-old, N. .Yor Whylameatbopiikarail ls 1 t 1
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'.,Arthur' ,>o." iOone. .......p __.......r' ',,4U', ''II. II, ,'m II 44. It 11so ''M -'FLORIDA FARMS .i' ,1 IS INJISSIHMEESAYS but, she outdistanced the crowd and
,*>.r --... --, ..f. hid in the, woods..untilfear; of nightdrove
.........,.tatev..r .. her In, when she surrendered,
M! Clay> .iiYoixl ...,,___wClar _... 2b4 at 41. 110 11 d .8' 10 In "
Y Johnson ,_i ...--._..._ It4 a a u4. 1 1. .1 9, 3.. She.was.. committed. a* a "wayward.. ,
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T., M. IIturpby ..*WP,.__. 4l *1 41 140 11 17 'II 741 NOTES OF PERTWET INTEREST '. A VISITING WRITER
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+ John I ,OT.r-.tr.eti....+., +.. ,451, 41' .SIT ,IS 41 t4 .JI 781 ABOUT CROPS GROWING NEWSPAPER M N.VIIO\ HAS.
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.b J. M. Andaraon. ......_"...................-...., <4 'n.' "'r ,..l'. 4 176Pp AND .BEING, MARKETEDIN LIVED IN FRONTIER 'TOWNS

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SECTIONS MUCH TO
Kin*: '___-_._......_ i 'till V, "" i 8 217J VARIOUS

L: Wm.' L r".r Barb.r.Tax.'.A-_.-_ ..,..._vfrank' 444 17' 44' !,114 ,'II 40 II JJi us OF THE 'STATE., HIM. < HERE., .
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'A. M. . IS Lake,, Region! The averaira Walter Rounds newspaper V
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1, ? ,R U Lupe..r..T': . ...__. ,481 14 "III ,121' il 'n II 111 corn yield in Florida per acre is said writer' and globe trotter has been in "
4 4,4 8 1SS be Kissimmee his me bead thing about it
-M"H.Port.rl.I.: a .141 *. '4 by .0me'/alr.minded farmer to this week 'visiting .
> r.r v..t ..ri.l.ii I . ten .bushels per, acre. without fertilizer. friend J... 11. Reese. Mr. Rounds has I Is th.. cow: CMlcherl ,'nA.
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1 R. aLudlam; _......y; __.. 181' .1 $8. 3 II '. 11 ; been connected with some of the best -- -, ._-- "- ."" '
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Jo) H.Butler Jenkins i ---L..y: 10 17 "4 We inspected a lot of fine corn raised known publications and -is a trained
. ..... C..ty-i.p.r1ac...... .. /" on hammock ,land by Mr.,- U. S. observer. He TA COWY
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,Fn-M.rb.ra .t .... S.ard_ ,I ". I Eustis, near Umatilla, which he pro- West"great.. We Afford
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.1 ""...'" Q.wmt.Nwenr"' t duced without fertilizer, and the aver "1 cannot realize that this Is a Florida / in the pasture.BUrW"Ui ,
.? >a Ik .....1.,. _..-.._,,....___. 45416S 'if 44 in 9 40 ISst 11IS".' 71DO age was 70 bushels per acre-which I city," he remarked as he stood on To fxMlilwlv vomntfi WHITE1CLOVV.H
Martin . _... .1 I 48 1 4. FLOUR II did not WE CATCH HER
Karmond V. )La------.?. ._.. In 14' 4S .* 2 17 22 BK8 is a'good yield for the big corn States.Mr. Broadway and watched a cowboy galloping KNOW inn ii to near fXflrcl In ,
,A. F. B..... --..:... ..,_-r.r- _... 10' 41 1SS I 89 .17 11 e., H. A.; Smithwick, of the Paisley into town uhiRc par* drttl and Mnfcular nt th. '., and transfer said cow to our'shop. .
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> r. flatwoods neighborhood; raised this "It seems to more one of the ,
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W. F. WaUreV'rt, _...,-!____-, 144 ISX4 It q$. 4, *.., a.. 11. BUS year 40 bushels per .acre- from' this new town in the northwest, with its and piilrif will b.the tixvkiibl ft; il's'beef f, if you please, ,
r.v MeMben C*. Beat '. same Heffelflnger seed,'' on pineland, atmosphere of frontier life, its green suit from uilncWhite
-.....11.. ... ....../..s ;, 40l yW. with.,300, pounda of fertilizer to,.the rolling prairies, its newly made streets Dignified beef that we have
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Ueorve' + Overtreet"-. ,y.. .u 10 41 116 I. ,111, .. .11SI 11 i.' 68864U acre.: I and lines of new houses and buildingsstill caught for !
W. W. ChandUr i, ..__-.,...r..... 178 tl 44 101 H. It : ,14'. here we:have'the lIIame..vanety 'of in the process of completion. BAS you e.
J.-O., MoNaw -->._..r-.>____ a. .ell. v .6' .,...L4 I 11Hperson corn, brought! ''from, Iowa; raised on "When I fit off the train, the first, "YOUR GROCER U"kae It's Beef Steak- then; Cow SteakT

,\ > n.. two different soils in.Lake county, one impression was that I had arrived < *
{. .. with fertilizer- the other'' without it ,at one of the new towns'> in 'you know, would never, never do!
r ., "' ." which increased the usual Florida yieldof Nevada or southern Utah. The Desert
', fI' are Beef Steak.Headquarters!
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ten bushels per acre qp to 40 and scenery of course was lacking, but :

'70 acre respectively, on later on' a consuming'thirst'for, information .. "' ,
anon -MII-I.I-- .I-.T -n-iu-l 't I - -- -
; pineland hammock land. and other refreshment "
whoa These two instances are not extraordinary brought suggestion that was' not
' Every { but they prove that with frelitlY'unlike the first thoughts and RULL BASS:
; : 1 Intelligent cultivation, such as other of local gentlemen who
corn States necessarily require Flor- proceeded with' great enthusiasm and MARKET'It
ida land can be equally productive, energy, at a specific spot where Bohemian Fptf PAtEMt47.2t.

,,: :: ibuys pair ofSHOES besides affording more pasture for spirits foregather to reinforceand .
stock following the corn crop. ThatIs support this view.
after the Florida "We told and heard stories of cattle ,
,. to say, corn cropIs '\.... .
J fathered comes the voluntary'" crop rustling, of daring horsemanship and .-'
of beggarweed hay worth $30 per of amusing escapades when the cowboys

acre, and this by pasture for stock and Indians came to -the little GB YSTOHE f E TPILOQ SHOP

_ .,);! '. during the winter, worth $10 per acre, pioneer town of Kissimmee, and all '_ If"

,\\ .I; : .'. This pasture is derived from "rattoon- supported by a genuine western hospitality -
.,- ing, or sprouting" from the presentyear' -. LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS
crop of --beggarweed "In walking around the) city however DRINK HABIT, CUREDby
Speaking;; of beggar-weed for the In?. I realized that the interesting the NEAL TREATMENT in Made to Order

'Ar, It from formation of the uninformed readersof stories of the night before belonged to THREE: DAYS. Why spend hun. also
1 rr at our store the Lake Region, it is a nitrogen. the past, and that the Kissimmee of dreds of dollar and lose week

ous plant or weed, peculiar to Florida, I today was a city for workers with with other treatments when ;you CleaBiof and Repairing Neatly Doa '
it hands and brain and not a town where
and after the first seeding comes can be cured by the NEAL
without almost frontier freedom ran. riot., I found -
replanting,
up voluntarily, TREATMENT IN THREE DAYS? --- -- -
indefinitely. It is very. much wide, level streets, well paved in most and better results. No hypodermics
like alfalfa in its feed value, all stock instances, extending through linesof get
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physicians, nurses
private
NO V.I 8 to NOV.27 homes before which reared LOUIS A. SEARSON
and fowls like It and thrive omit pretty rooms, utmost privacy. Equally)
crests the lovely live-
their
Later we we will give other equally. majestic good results with the DRUG
interesting stories of the great poss'l.bllitles i- oak screened with hanging moss. HABIT. Full' information of PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
of this Eden of the Occident, '"I passed several pretty little SWDITOR
Lake County, Florida. churches, ''where social and religious NEAL INSTITUTE'

inclusive will'give life is indeed active and the Osceola' 226 E. First St. Jacksonville, Fla.

, we What About the Dasheen? High School and'the Court House are Only NEAL INSTITUTE In State. Commercial, and Municipal Accouiiliig
I structures which will cause any'traveller Phone 1687. 47.2t
Pensacola Journal: I Pessimistic to linger and admire. Incorporated Accountant of the

cash for their people say the days of the spud in the "Passing along Broadway, I turned International] Accountant
50 cents South are numbered. The news is and strolled down towards the waterfront 1 '
Society, Detroit. ,
given out that the Irish potato in facing Lake Tohopekaliga- ,
:" those parts Is to be supplanted by the large body of water that was lovely 'THE'TOP NOTCH PRICE -
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: dasheen, an importation ., from Latin in the sparkling sunlight. Here and r. o. ii 377KISSIHHEE tfaie Dt'1ct; :

;: ,old pair provided the America, which'' has- already been there tiny craft were plying/ their FOR CITRUS FRUITS FLa. luuouf, v. C Y

) : grown with considerable success in .paths of .business or pleasure and :.t
U assured only when the fruit i i.
Florida. Numerous seed houses are overhead cloud sailed
) light fleecy I _. .. ..... .
and the packed etc. '
; offering the dasheen for sale lazily across a aky of deepest azure. properly. Wrapped. *
cost department of. agriculture will ''send "Looking out and across the, cityI ...
J'J shoespurchased \. out a thousand bushels of the seed to was amused to see a buzzard perched Goo4 quality wrapping paper; If
J the' farming districts. Dixie. ' on the steeple'of a church, a silent nice clean crate constructed so .. you want a ,"rA

While the Irish potato is grown with spectre which suggested death and a* to CARRY and reach destine, BARGAIN
: : great success in certain sections of mystery.., I called the'attention of a ban In good condition.

, ,as 1 lni1ch: a $2 50'f.a Florida, the tuber has never.thrived companion to the incident and in turn
: ., kf in the south as in some parts of the he told me an amusing story.of a visiting STOCKof ORANGE!: GROVE
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: :. ,tt ;' country. It is predicted that the new Englishman- had been' told .
'\ } : crop will be weir\ liked. The dasheenit that these scavenger of the prairie or land to grow' k

M'iH ;, :- is said, can be cooked in any way always came around a man shortly ROYAL,;WRAPPING PAPER .
,.. ...,. and its advocates 'say that.it is richer before he was to die. Needless to say CRATE MATERIAL Oranges and
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and meatier than the potato. One acre the Englishman' visit was not pro-
of Florida land will,yiled.400 600 CEMENT COATED NAILS
. or. longed. :. .
bushels. "The streets of the little city' were ',''IS THE LARGEST IN'TUf STATE :
Pass the dasheens, please. animated and 'full of passing color GrapefruitBUCKLES

I \ .. '---- when I turned back for the e.ening and meets all the requlreinent-of.

> Strawberries are Befinninc to Ripen.. mail. They,all suggested energy and '''the fruit and vegetable e packed .f t tIll
: I should realize that I .
: ability and not
WHIDDEN, CO. Lakeland News 'The -1Irat. ripe was away down in the'' heart of Flor All Orders Shipped ---.
:A. M. strawberries''of the have been that Promptly .
:: season ida, in a region is generally. i _
J .'* . brought to the city by Mr. K- D./Turner garded as'tropical.'' 'A'
:or. J who lives south of town. It is "It has'i often been observed' that 1 Full l Stock ot Tents. ..
.. ., .' ), also reported that, Mr. Prine 'of the It'takes a-stranger to learn the newsand The Florida Grower ,

-'-",', '. r"., Galloway section, also has some ripe ,gossip of 'a place, and in' this WE. FURNISH ALL NECES ",
() I berries. The Lakeland section always respect' I was no ,exception. From KING ,.." trarkomand fmu 'rat1HE T
BART SUPPLIES FOR P4t; --
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; '," .v. .. ,: I .. : .. leads in ..everything undertakes'and several citizens I beard muttering-of I 'folk who wa., 4s know abase r........ I

;W. .io io10180DOoot)OOoo OOCJOOOOOIaotJOfXUCllXI'ao"lOCXICOOOOOC.. :. . .'! . .. instead of having rip strawberries at discontent over the local government FRUITS AND,- VEGETABLES ' 17 Ida.L''*W..kl. send 1.up.ry.uF IIYY. fgre tea ...De.rtaf menla',{
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j .Tbanklglvlng"wblcb date has always and particularly over theway a large ; ; .eberrlptloa. arpnnrl.blOM..' '
.,:d.4'CAP.aoN.i. A, C1lAMJ'ORD., ,a.l.'LUFFEB.KISSIMMEE been considered ''extremely early,"we drainage project i if being executed, at .

;. i",. ,.. ,!n.94..td. (II.- vW.Pr.d.6. ,.t1.ar' +t.y now l leadoff the 'whole -State with-. .a an expense of ,about,ten thousand.dollar FLORIDA GROwS.:. . ..,!.. '"

three weeks',start. *.'' & SON'1O.; coo Florid. *ATM*., Tampa,It*. ', --
E.BEAN; ,
( Prospect are good for- a fine crop "Having always' taken an interest : ". .

which, however will not be' quite "as government, particularly-dtygov "4 Riverside Viaduct' i

: LUMBER CO. large as last year owing, to the )heavy ernment, and knowing something .
: rains which,prevailed aU I falL The about' the interior'!workings of. new ,JACKSONVILLE, ,' FLORIDA ) ""
quality will.be good and the prices will and old municipalities. the '...nlnar : "
. )' be, higher than last, ofth. Board of ; "-
; .M Iti '" J. I: naturally season I attended a meeting 46-11 -A""
rd ; when there waa !such a large. .IcL> Trade,;where I beard r 'more I.on the -- ,DANCING CLASSES' ::
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: i ten 'i .. ani(Dressed. e' ;-. same subject. ,.will say no more;savethis under dlrseuon'ofMRS. 1"//
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: : : : : Greweni f Pipet:at Sanfo!L that I can see,barometrical Indications J."" .'J. WOODBBCK" '
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:, : : UM f.'B : Sanford it.raldl. Sanford 'on ,account caused by condition which have been :

,'I. :P'i' ["N" ,E" IJ" : .ER of the central) location and many created by either .inattention or by de-t : TITLE; .'FIREMEN'S: HAJLL i t
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.., ,. , 1//, .. .t . '.. ., ; ,. other 'advantages is attracting the attention sire.for gainat.zpenaq,: of/the:. / "::1 '
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t I ''''. :"tI", ;. of:-many: }business enterprisesand taxpayer.. ; ,.._' , Evening. *. -' ..
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.. ",':p.4'' "'. ,'!'.1 'rte, 0. everyday: : sees "new,'industries /;>:Havi.you seen this ditch t*, enquir GUARANTYCOMPANY Thursday. 1" '. .d i.' ,7cJO toLE11b014a "' (.
< seeking a .>location' here because the 'the interviewer.: ?What 1* 'your : :nrrr.cD'.W '
ed' : I
HOUSEBILLS A, SPECIALTY realize.. that. the matter of ... ' ".
"* ** location aDd close touch, with\all ofc.ntraland opinion of It ? Private Instructions .If', .......at. "
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-4" \ %"Not being grave-digger by trade, '
", 't..... gas a..j, NE.k';-JI'.J'. .. )$. F((1.I ; }t.t: .. f south Florida, ,' Sanford is I-:cannot' 'anawer..replled the boyish- .", ep hllratnt;. '&
UM peer of any city in Florida. :...
:.w .. ' ." ,' -, Among the- -new ones this week\ Is looking:'writer. ,who has to his record \Goaraatee*'the Title to 'land*,.

.. ',.JrF" T. 1, ;', "1'. -, ,_ .1.., ... ? .', "- ., _. ,,, ". ".., .,, '. t, . ,_ th.18D\OY&lot;News which the has Growers'been published:Association a. long series of"many-unique part and'strangeexperieneel'in of'; the ..Prepare Merchantable Ab--', -- -- "

.,..; ;' ." . .. .. J' ''' . " ,," .. in Miami ,and hereafter: will be published world." "I' will say- this much) :however ; 'itricts; ofjTUW: to Timber 'and I .
< "that
) ; :he enigmatlcallv, '
from, the office of; the Herald Tracts *
Colonization
; Publishing Co. The News .under I; would not advise the 'Individuals anywhere1In .. '' The NewHome '" '''

": |f S0UTHERltrsCREElN( C0H; the -capable"management of ;Jas. F. responsible .for the. .Job to seek suc- i: Florida. .
McCombs who ,la well known ,to the ces7and popularity by,,the old adage., I. 11 T"" j''

:can.:'take':eare"dfvydur" needs. in anything. Q the.. fruit and vegetable trade'and who of beginning" at the' .bottom. and working .-' ... :
'*cr en4ine.' ' T "" ; with his paper will prove valuable -up. : : BakeryDARi.INGTON

a '. ..:We.-p 1ro9.nt1'6e8i a98ciroen.theretw sised. acquisition to the'cUy and this,sec The interviewer-sought further explanation
t'' s , h atandard Metal Frame Screen on the market. :r Uon.Tb. "- :: ; ;of this- odd aspect' of, the Titles to .CI.y'/Lots. / }I'
coming of the News to Saftf ord situation but Round only smiled ''
Wood'
Frame We can Screen.1 also\auppJy Phone yon'wttliaeytking'In'. at means, the addition' of several. .more) shrewdly and remained spiQnzlike"renjoyedthe' t EXAMINED. PROMPTLY. JLV. .rUK. !:,,' f I ,
or telegraph our expenseand '', r"
famines roW'and'more : t Trade
larger
Board
:pay' ; >
representative will a Ih..
our callwith compute
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f advertising to the city.-- -In the height said "and : short '
Make
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.o a : '. meeting, he ,\ my ',---:, M .good'
> ? of the season the New give the citiaen showed that'therei 4",
u. P. fT B:;:ELTON Mgrr. ..829 Bfc'Jame ? talks with J ..
"'ao-li8T1', < *s BIdg.JACKSONVILLE growers the market report fresh from an- earnest'desire to make Klssimme BREAD a-

. .. ,,,FLORIDA, ;, the wins and this, 'is something that a model city.. LEWIS O'BRYAN'Manager: .
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ha l longtbeen, needed in Sanford; this Office.'' '

r \ "' f ,.- .. '!. ..: ... section being the greatest. :.,vegetable '. / PIES % 4 ,
." section In the South.. :. ? ... Continued Increase in sports from ,-, ..; _ ... ',. :
".,.'-: : . _q. "' ,, : p ,: "I'T7; M' "' :,Mr| .McComb's>\publishing .1> fruit, the' United States to- Canadaare ,;;... .' 9a
I I # !IBIBAE US*E IE UBIC IE UOBUaEUS' and ."..table :paper: will,mean "..tbatouriection'wUl brogbt'to Uarbt'ID;_ current official .; / CAICES t.
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wlAl. .19nmn, .... 91.sn sn. 3i9t" an. 9BinBBi9in. ;: receive tnore :notice reports of the b1Jl'ea1l"of' .foreign and I BOmee', : Blsbee Bal1dtar..: ; .
; j .11,; : -;, .' 'n;: ; "U. along,these 'lines aa hefts( 'anllacd.i domestic' commerce''' A' conservative JackaoarllU; Fla.(" Branches>' '" /'anysaflay_hilriiAi.;,

/.:, 'f.:' Ii.' ..wt' a1IIJC> ;ia1119ldratiani coluau proc ud .':, Jfi and worker shipping.and''an of'authority fruit and' oar vegetable:growing estimate,* U placed of the at average more than export$1,000,000 buslnes 'iKlaaliMiee. .Fla, Fort' HyervFla I -, .- .-

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4 COUNTY COMMENTS ON : .
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you w\ieh / and reliable remedy . . :'$ .. ,.. 40040000. 40.040iMy'WE : ; r.r;;
i pride, 'in 'shipping The'letter* 4s; reproduced be.*' In horses and ' ., , ', J.\ l"
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: low Hahman who j 0 :;:IJ.\: ,
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'k A A '" fruit. : ..under'' your' *own r U presldent-of Co*'whose the land New*'are Eden located'Plantation nearNarcooisee. 'animals.'''slo... .'.,'TA.I..l'.stp. 11AY'. _*- '.-.,,..,.-,- n .. , .. -. -.',., i ;"" .+., JlIDES.Lt. r' I ..'....',..4"'"; .". .. '_ rJr"\'J": ; I ; ":"I..7..''.,.'...

brand.. You. are careful ' ; 61.. _aarta(or Umnm t '' 'GRAINi.' ." ' '"" *,:'. 'O . w':,",, , ".''t.. ,.": '''. ;; g1>I IU
doS oUMT horaa .
This Is developing large /s :} : . ': ... ,.., .
tosee '- company ; a a ..... wltaool U ej I' I+ .
r < *, that thefruit tract of land in Osceola county and is MAMTIXT I>OTI.K. f FERTILIZERS,. j'o., . ag. "D +."
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j t standard of.. size'and generatnandger B.J''.IX,Mo. ., "I.. ,
where he' doe. business as with-an S wrttatl- ,' ORANGE, BOXES,, >* ,.r.AND, r, .
ahiBan bar .. i
We take the same', pride< .in the, of the. Lilly Coal Co.' The' : Ma.tmttlaof Bloan'l on Latm.n : :; . L .. .. "A ',. .' ., ke'l""
quality. ; letter follows: ennd li.r. I kaap It all .b. ORANGE "' .> ..',. ' :.r +,, ., ' .
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? Editor Kisslmmee Valley Gazette, Klsrsimmee VfiGETA BLEJCRATES, < >j '.." 'i COQN1'M"i"\ :, ',,' ,...
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FERTILIZERS ..r Dear Sir:', I 'noUet' your editorialin 'r CRATENAILs\ Ii .* .' "PaGOOOB.. 4 ' ,j r .
"""' the issue of the first of November ... ..: .'. : ........ tw-- ', :
on-"Plenty of Regulation but no ''Re .. . 4> 40w0 V '... ... ... ..4+0,4.'r"00..\ ..
lief," and 1 am prompted to say' a ,.. ,.' ." .,." ..
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:s'BRADLEY'Ip; business ,man, will put, his ,name word'on thlaXsarne subject. I am Interested .. ,i !
in several properties In.Flor" I It ''a'quick and safe, We sell.fi.ld and garden seeds of all finds j X c
? : or' article' any more than; he 'will, Ida and would appreciate )anythingthat 'for cholera. ,; We, give special' attention to Uttlng' out hunting'alld.e.Rafla&; parties. '
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: hog .
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;can > Free delivery In city limits. Phone No. 1Z 41,1..
on a, 'poor -check. The Bradley name lower freight rates. I wrote a letter c-....- eI C-.k ,1 >Wo'are county'agents for. good (ertiUo..... ,Ast ..., for, circular: and-r .... ..
yesterday to Mr., Wilbur McCoy, Agricultural ,SIou9! u.aH., .... fertiliser '
on. '" .*' .:FI F/:
means quality;. 'and has, 's ood. ;1or' ,ihat and Immigration Agent. **'I baud Oor.Brown( j _. /
farmer) .T that ha had .
Atlantic "Coast. Line Railroad Jack. I <' V
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bog tram eholara and that I
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,for thirty year The .Bradley' goods. are' .sonville Fla.calling his attention to "...,.wu a tablMpoonul 'J a IHIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIMIJ s .' s .
article Jin the Planter Mnlmmit. la a(altonvt -' "
an .Southern ,
,for., salebut'. ; the '[,Bradley. ,name cannot ',bebought < which.mada,mention of the"action, .l.a tea. >*the ubnth d...Oor.aa the Brown animal "; p AN 3XNG !J" V '.,
.i/' taken by the Illinois Railroad for a sr.tb* Atrl..lt. waI ... .. '
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bulbl.ngend In the !
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freight agricultural
raTax" of the dlnma, 'EVERY J I1UPSDAA5' i NG ,
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limestone to one-half a cent a ton a pro. &Iao..s,namml aa ... / .

'Writeustoday; for/ ooklet; mailed, .free, tion mile,assembled and that the I think Farmers at Nashville organica-, , ,",..pU H,I>.&.Lr. , ,. :hIREMENSH.AjL. .' . . :.

Tenn., commended the action' of .the At All DtHktora. 1 .,SO*. s n: .r.';1
railroad companies, in -taking this $1o. ,. Hook.new DeMerr'C I t'I
Chemical Co. ,, ,
The American Agricultural, Do. aa4 roaluy ami(
. step. I pointed out to' Mr.: McCoy the J ri
.-.otnrin. 8s I'M'' PMmTfii*>i-t| fact that certain crops are very largely M4n.s Dr.v Earl ft. I .

P. O 80s 216., Jacksonville: Florida.. ground increased lime by rock I the,. and use.expressed of lime and the A' .CHAT WITH OUR AGENTS; ;i ii .

opinion' that the railroad<,companiescould i wtah fa aaMlelr .."". .I.'. aar 0.......... aaraata .. <...... .....$. .,.
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afford to haul lime rock, absolutely '.Ye.aaaaaa.., 'M Ot MOl' ......ladle-. .-.T aaa staatlaaaaa._ S... .Ta.rket bav..werrtb1.IYe ........ 'M.: as.-7-.1. "
I free of charge'for by so doing I .... aat .-.... .... lararaa fata, tha g-haapaaa sad th* I aa..I ......_..

Ill 111111111111111111111111 HI 11111111M 111111 I, M. 1111i the value x>f the agricultural products ,Aaala-.. .*.tha..........ka....5k..Nlurr"..-......_aanhaaain... _. ara. _aa. aiaaa oer caper __....
resulting from the more !general use Taylor's '... ... J." llhia .... ....... Haaka, which B* .7...... ._.. __ ... < ..
of the lime and ground lime rock Tha laaaraaaa ..._ ...1_ alehaaaa, ......... pnaaaaaal .--1oIII t,- : ..
railroad'eompanles. + ......_.. __ .......... aa
: would be so- large that the ; a d death and the tact that at .wlta, laitrwt. ,' vt
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aaa taxca aartatalr aFacala avry" I... .... ,
j i Fall Announcement .would have more valuable I.. ..... *. _k. yaa ... all acaata ........ ar as .. ta aat t .
: freight to haul. The revenue from '_1."_ .....__r.Sat.. a aarprlalaaaSfar..-aaa that ....... aar ..> "
hauling' agricultural'.products would Latest pr..u.. kattar thaa waraa.. I ..... .... .. th. ._.. aaakla Ute .....
derived from ._roll .( arraaai ... th. greatest,...M. .f ...... ..... .... aata .t
far outweigh the revenue .la apaalataaca 4 ta A.v..b..akr.. W .... .... rawara at aalaa'' Craai
hauling( ; lime and lime .tone' at,.the I'' Nawaaahrr ,
We have just returned from,an extended.trip through the North present rates. '.W 1-axlMt a:1.: ; '.' .wvaaprtlUaa.. .. la Oraatavi a 1.5' \
: .-.vl....' Vary" tralr. 7..r.-i a:. ,IL ........... Preeldar4
i f visited all the great market and have the There are limestone quarries' at
i >' an< Ea t. have purchased : Ocala not very far distant from Kissimee M OCKA.lt .TRBBT 4 -, 'Ii> 'r. ''J ACKSOM VILLH. )7ORIDAa #

c 'mott'magnificent and mOlt, comprehensive .t kaLat'e: l have' ever, and it is my impression that I t-pcL.' .... ::'

x shown. Practically' all of.the good". are now' in and on. display. ; : paid freight on ground limestone rock . . '.. ,
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to the amount of something like $1.00 .16'lb.. Granulated S & -r 'S'r. '- y > ; t l
\ ; Such aa array of jewelry;Sterling Silverware; Hand Painted China or $1.26 a ton at any event the freighton lib California.Prunes / '

; ''Magnificent.; Class; Clocks and,Watd.ea. .D amonda, and other the ground" limestone was just as \ "
much as the cost of the limestone at 2Ibs. Calif.:Evap. J! '.
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;, prec:oui gem, mounted and .unmounted. have. ..never before'been' the quarries. When to'thi. coat' is J f"'" ' .

; placed pn *..lelll 'this State.:: ., : added the cost of hauling of the mater. '24n bag PUlsbury, : t' .;. ifthcSatc :
.. tat from therailroad station to' the .241b Gold'Dust Flour' I "", . "
farm the cost to.!be farmer of the material (thee best) ..._.... ,. ABSTRACTS ,. ,. . '.(....,'-/< .,
I COME IN NOW AND MAKE TOUR SELECTION FOR THE HOLI- J< \ ,' .
is excessive. r:\ "' ".., ,JIll'It .
Pork ,. ,,
.3 cans Veribest ; : \ : ads:'
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DAYS. WE WILL KEEP THEM FOR TOU'AND MAKE DEUVEMifiS .'' I wrote'to Mr. McCoy on this subject .. ,. ..( .. :. ; "' (\" i.l: 1 .
is who shouldbe B anl._. .: ..;i._.. : : &,\\rr.\ : -.q.v.\; \ > .. : [
because he the .
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ON DATE DESIRED;. I i s'"k. f : i.1 ::1( *t.k i. interested! In the production of 8 cansVeribest'Soups f\:,:'\ r.. h..ll. !.:.'!' : "El,,', 't. "rI.: :
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\ 1 '. '. .'" ?ca "+ ., : more valuable products from' Florida cans Maine \ ':' \ l .f.. !'f. ,' .. ;:.-t "j j ''I' .I" "
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'c" ? q'.1 ; soils, and It la hope that he'' can 8 Style >tr}1 .\ .i'o'' . .. . ,
my Corn ..;.;-.:.__,.. ::.:" '" '.t".'. ".. ":.(I' ..' '', . ".., .. ".. .A0 '
: argue this matter'' more forcibly- ) \ 'P' .'_ . ./. ,
tJewelry' Co. ; fore the freight traffic department of 1'can Blue Karo Sy >. '.t
his road than individual shipper. '
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TAMPA, Phone .300 and J 1079.' FLORID.a parties. Tours very truly, Pow j J '
.:Wm. Hahman, (Gent Manager.) Caifcmere.Boquet I Furnished( by ;

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.M a.:wbwie.;,'at abe.t twe-tUrds.iU actual,value, ud'o.t easy term : I : 'vahbh 0. ... .. ... ,
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.back pare*. etreeti; iffcntliig.'f. _'.,f....W" per,mealth.TW. . property, ;itiu trting.himdredr .
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..*..n,. crettap...'i Wthj Marly .ew, nvkdeni'L."ftq-.1',. : -. ...) /',

t?jai harp lot. froMteg eajbriek paved:street,.reatiag for $10.00, per;' : r .
.sMsiIti, ,.W ,Jd be eh.ap'at$1,800.00: - > -' ,I,- ',You cur *eU the name* i it \ '
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).Jib water"eonsi'setfeav' BOOM renting for, $10.00 per.atb.' .. ';Tub ;; : :;: : :, ', "

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"+!'o 'Th.r-to.a';'eottaJ"tiocaie4'i.; '; .',large :'Utivfrontbig'. :; brick' i r. : .Box:1T5': rt v '

pared" strt,.renting.J for. $10.00,per noatk, EssHy:worth.fOO.OO.: :'' .. '-" Florid.IfftlS . , 1 .w, '. t'I

;' ':'"J'we'eeUape.briaJHa'g, . In a rental. of ttuo Wmoat. ., .Worth '!bl .v)-0 _r 1 w
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,, ., :It ;for tine, just, drop'arouud. to theOsces1H.rmwi., : :!"C.it.
t.bvafcgateaBd'< you.'will: find that aU of .the above are good > N6 .. .. . .

Vtfos,,...... at a l.w'.stisat.$14,650.00 ,Wo'wlll aell.every.: .'"; ... w...... nq kWol.: [Brick -If- ... Good goods,. big' yalueegusreiileallige.. : "", :;;;. t e

...tao' .hoy..aohedol. .;'for'' Taal' of!,$ ,JOO.OO. The person i .- aM.'csa pesitirdy NR lay. ..:." .. ( If( . : ,I" '''
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.+.,y boat part. ., th. bast-W. dUtrict.wW. .h"Ware" 'offerfaig'for. ., ,. ....,., ..,.-..;aM..''aa. .t' :'" J j' '1; '\I ....
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uf CLASSES OF SOIL j. 'Classified Advertisements;: ,' :. : ,


ARE YOU GETTING A DOLLAR'S jj -- A'.. '..._t. an ..,..rt.. ..... tkta kM at teae me.at ..7,..", '. J.\j\
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Cmite,F*' 'UM r.. .E.e. Irtl.., .: : <
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: ;:.1. !: sandy mixed with more or less clay, - . . ........ . ,. .
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.,} :: .! :. 1 'WORTH OF MERCHANDISE FOR tit lime portion and of organic the lands matter.may be The designated greater FOR SALE .j I FOB )tENT 'I.". .

II as pine lands,, because of the pine

!Ii .' !tf timber which predominate, There doing FOUR NICE ROOMS '
for
are lands on'which the timber is a FOR SALE-A bathing pavilion rent 'All :
!S I mixture of pine, white oak, red oak. good business with boats and 1 I, modern'' conveniences. Address J.:. '

,' A DOLLAR 11Ir. Workingman ? salt water oak, live oak gum. bay, hickorymagnolia launch*. Addros A. E. Drought, T. B. P. O. box'. 276..KJssfroraee 41tf. .
Klssimmee Fla. 46-4t
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/; and other trees.. :
\ : ifi4T !I 4 DWELLINGS for rent, apply'to M;
,I '*' The general classification'of soil will valuable TilIer
FOR SALE
x $8600 buy a '
.J.I't\ao.; \ ,i !f i is in the'' following order: Firs). property in the heart of Kissimtmee .' ,: .-
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second and third rate pine lands high J
!fi' ; now paying about 14 cent..
per
FOR RENT-Two
hammock modern Hats with
low hammock and
:I" ,* tftf swampy
' on the above amount. Enhancing .1 all conveniences: '
!Ii ,glands. in value H. M.. Breakeracresihigh city Apply' at the ,
every day Gazette office.
f" With the'exc'eptlon'ol'"a 'small area ct.Co. 39tl 20-tf.,

FOR SALE
: ifiW the entire State 'which .cannot'V bemadel' -Seventy-five l A,I building on. Brack street North KIs-
class pine land Ten dollars' per simmee. H, C. Stanford. -29-tf
under' the wonderful influence i
:.L." ..,__ ___.__ ifiHi. ... .... ".' ,yI; '.' magnificent ,climate.to '' acre. Adjoining land inferiors now']'
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at acre.1"%
'selling '
twenty
per FOR RENT-A modem 8roomflat
rite ,
pay to man'senergy. Land.
Y; miles from railroad. No. agents. ,
with all
city conveniences. Apply to
so strongly guaranteed that 'if do not ; which in a' more northerly climate Box 431,, Klssimmee Fla. W. B. Harris Gazette office. ,
r, '1 yi ,are you y;I would be utterly worthless will ,yield i ii tf

find them to.be claim them.to salt; valuable products. in'' Florida. FOR SALE480 acres of Cl-t.f'1 FOR RENT Cash }
as good as we ;: .First-class pine land in.Florida is i 01 shares, sevacres
land .wlthln 2V miles of the
f of' good l land adjoining
; "II' $ be---come to us and get yoUr' dollar back. tint I other wholly State.unlike' Its anything-found surface Is u.uallycovered many; way limits station convenient and marl to another road. Thisp rail. I limits.Graystone Apply hoteL to -1'. FV; Baynes. : eny.-M, j

This is kind 'of GUARANTEE that is' for/several inches deep with good 46-3t f-j
!yj the !I a 'dark'' vegetable mould beneath p pies add excedingly cheap,
and will -Usposed of FOR RENT-About < acres: of OMa&sT
y1 !Ii which to the depth. of several feet is '
; WORTH" SOMETHING. on favorable terms of payment. .and a 6-room bot se, orAfenlent
': I a chocol.te-colored.aandy: loam, mixed _Nelson Realty Co.. Kisslmmee, Fla. for trucking, raising chAkaM aukl I
: I They are 'made of good, strong,' heavy. ''. for the most part with limestone handy to school and Xnnreh. We .
ifi pebbles and resting a substratum -
; upon BOARD-I have opened my bouse for also have some spUbdid. trnddag
; !x material, with wide suspenders that do not !tit of marl clay\ or. limestone rock.; the : : The fertilltl'and durability of this take boarder.. either transient or with them. Nelson Realty.Co*,-JEis.
, m cut your back. They, are made wide thru the i land may be estimated regular., Splendid; accommodations. slmmee, Fla / "
. tit from the. well known fact that in the $1.60 a day; special rates for regular .j

Yi' seat* with big* roomy: legs. In other words- !w older settled 'districts. this kind of boarders. Mrs. C. V. Boarden.! FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. card I
soil has been cultivated for as many Opposite Court House. 41 tf for sale at the Gazette office. .' ; I
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: !SfiW S the best overall on the market today. Made !tfi as twenty years successfully in corn :

here in Macon Ga. and sold 'exclusively or cotton. without a pound of any sort FOR SALE At. a bargain; 85 reinforced FOR RENT-8everaI small track fill!
of fertilizer 'and still
ifi right up ;: ifitfi are as productive cement fence posts and 250 excellent trucking land some with
as ever practically then these
in this tfitfi cypress fence posts. A. B. Jarrell, splendid flowing wells, can be had
ONE
DOLLAR
Yi! by us, city. land. are indestructible.. It is on this At Kissimraee Drug Co. on shares of cro or cash rent' as
class of lands that both and
truck
tfitfi NELSON
desired. .
REALTY
.. x. buys a pair. They are worth $1.25, but to fruit growing most. successful V and CO. .
tfitfi which produce the finest. quality of FOR SALE-17 acre of land adjoining
ifiIfi
:' get them introduced we are going to take off tfitfi Sea' Island .cotton. It is also fine the city limits, splendid fiacre WANTED

farming land and yields* good crops bearing orange grove, all good
: : the quarter. under methods of cultivation.The orange land but about -acre.J. '
,.,, :, !Ii . ordinary WANTED At once. an tncnbator.'60
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which is
lower rich
second-class pine lands, which, ground, very
; to 260 .
: eggs capacity, must be. ia
'11' .. !Ii make up the. largest portions of lands, and productive, fine 'for tricking good condition
\ are practically all productive. Theyare and farming. This property' can ,KIssimmee39t ')
::n y1! price. Box 673; (
x not hilly but for the most part be had at M.bargain price and on .
xi undulating in their surface. Underly favorable terms >f payment We WANTED-A furnished house for. !'

east ing the surface is clay marl lime have many other desirable propositions four or five months. Rent moderate.,,
m rock and sand These lands from that. we would like to how E. M. Brainerd. China, Maine.47-lp
tfiw their accessibility and productiveness, to partite, who are l looking for an .
Hi the facility of fertilizing with. cattle location where they can WANTED-Dressmaking to do.t :r
penning and the impression of their' grow fine citrus fruit vegetablesand : home. Term. reasonable. Mrs. 'I
tfitfi greater healthfulness than hammock have advantage S high school Emma Muscat at Dr Thomaaon' ,

'I-- ands, have induced their enclosure and good church. Kelson Realty | .residence. Phone 126. ,47-St.,
CO. tfitfi and till.ge.'whel the richer hammock Co., Over Citizens'. State Bank KU.
: ifiH.C.STANFORD ,simmee Fla. > FQR RENT signs. for salt at' this
:;, lands were nearby, but more difficult :
tfitfi to prepare for cultivation.Even I office 10 cents each. "'4 4WANTEDOctober J'J'I

" the lands of the ."third rate," FOR SALE-Good ten-room house; 'I j .

: "'! 'x KISSIMMEE FLORIDA i xV' or most Inferior class: are by no suitable for boarding or rooming; I Magazine. S. J. number Smith. ., .
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Triplett Valley
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.... means worthless in the climate of bath and toilet good barn; lot, 66 Gazette.
.. V' ; Yi Florida. This class of lands may be xl50 feet; five minutes from depot. |I '\

+ tfitfi! . divided Into two orders; the one comprising Two new cottages. city water and Furnished Rooms For Rent'.,CaWji ".h
high, rolling sandy districts, sewerage; vacant lot on paved
.. < !ifi!K tfi!ifi !tfi!ffi!tfi K!ifi!ffi!ffi!W !tfi!ffi Hi M!Hi tfi!Hi!ffi ifi!ifi ifi!ifi!ififfiffiifi! ifi!ifi !ifi ifi ifi !ifi ifi!ifi: !ifi!ifi ifiI which are sparsely covered with a street, 60x160 feet. Four acre for sale at the Gazette office. Jr 1

., stunted growth of "black jack" and orange grove, 200 large bearing -
-- and, near the flower east coast, trees, 4 miles from town. Also 600 MISCELLANEOUS"WADE. :
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Nil H' I WllL- 0004004004 000000400 I Adoo, Harold Flint, Harry ScKell : scrub hickory and Ifaulberry shrubs acres of fruit and truck land one to .
S. H'T THE ,WHITES 0 eO Dwight Funk. ; It is also on much similar soils along three miles from town. Call on or the tuner. Orlando. I
ROLL OF HONOR. O Sixth Grade-A. Division: Allie' the coast that the finest pineapplesire address. II. N. Bratton. Owner.41tfFOR -..--- x+ l

0 4 J May Cummins Blanche Davis, Nor- produced; the other embracing MEET.me at Klssimmee Drug Co. t and 9
SMOKE THE BLUES 0000000000000404000The man Griffin, Mary Tiller Grace Gil. low /lat. studded regions; which are SALE-A splendid 2-story we will get a drink of the best' soda ,
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;: bert Ruth Nickerson Sadie Bryan, frequently with' ''bay gauls, house with porches and 14 rooms. water mad 81-tf
; following pupils of the Kis- Helen Reed, Theresa Deitz Frances and are occasionally inundated, but 67H feet of ground by 147%. Excellent
slmmee public school have not been Tress, John Edgar Bryan Joseph Santiago which are covered with luxuriant vegetation place for a first class rooming FOR SALE- .'2-c'lindeI'1 20-h.' p.
absent or tardy for the month ending Worth Nickerson. B. Division: and are very generally cover V and boarding house. Come, let marine engine: weight 276 Ibs. G.-\ ,
... '\' MDNDAYHIGHT"' NOVEMBER 25 Nov.. 1, 1912 and have made an average Raymond Bearden Kenneth Osgood. ed with quantities of valuable ..timber' us show you this E. Mattocks, / 43tf
., I of ninety per cent, or.more in Seventh Grade-Beulah McKenzie will introduce yon to theownrowner
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, their studies with not less than. eighty-, Gertrude McKay, Katherine Jackson The swamp, lands are unquestionably with. whom you can deal direct FOR SALE-Medium weight; three1Toller '' '
GENERAL> five in any subject. and not less than ,, Margaret Stanford, Mary ,. Howell, the most durable rich land* in Nelson Realty' Co., Kirsiinmee Fla. two horse cane''mill. ,Fef

"''. INVITATION' ." ,' EXTEND. ,, ninety-five In deportment. :I I Nome gems, Porchle Pherigo the State. They are the most recently . horse or.slam power. In good condition. .' ,
ED ALL MEMBERS OF BOARD !I Ruth Howe. Bradley Harris HaroldHiockley formed lands and are still annually < - Shaker Colony Ashton ,
:' ,: ,a j First Grade-A Division: Henry William, Arnold. receiving addition. to their surface. come back to .town by the Orange. Fla., "' 46-2t-Osy J
OF TRADE TOA'rI'END Ballinger Avery Bass, Vanotha I! Eighth .Grade . 'Hogan, They are instrinsically the most valuable Glade'road.' ' "
Churchwell Elbert Crowe, Leo Can- i Elsie Debts Edna Cans, Emy Mak I lands because they are as fertile Traversing that route with your FOR SALE .2,, h. p. InternationalHarvestergasoline i
EAT FEAST. ova Ernest King Will O'Neal, Curtis bison Belle Hardy Herbert Little, .s the. hammocks and more durable. yes open'will wise you up-a* to the engine, in good-
Sewell, Ruling Snyder, Leslie Williams alluvial in between this runl ; sell at a ..., j
./\: ,, Eddie Campbell, Roscoe Dann Robert They are character and oceupy dIfference grove and if'tak.n'at
Ij I Eula Bowen Virginia Fanster.i Jackson Howard Hirtzel, Sam Stol')'. : natural depressions, or basins, hat. grove more than miles of talk rifle once, Apply at ,is:
At the adjourned meeting of the Carribell Hansel, Leona Jones, Louise, School-Ninth Grade: Frank which have gradually filled up by de- and yards of literature.' .It will show Gaxetto .,--office. . ,' e 87tf

', ', '),,: ... Board of Trade held last. night, it was Jones, Eula Jones, Alma Krits, Edna Calkins, Paul Linn Lois Linn Celeste posits of vegetable debris, etc.,'wash. what can be done with 'a grove un. \
1&;..., decided that the "Whites." the. losers Krits, Annie Ruth )McLean Helen Moseley,, ed in from the adjacent and higher intelligent treatment and it will .GOOD BOARD and rooms can' be had
..','if'.: I in,the late contest for new members Smith Nellie Taylor Mabel Weidler, II.Tent.h Grade-Edna Schweikert. land.. Drainage is ,indispensable to show' how quickly promising bunchof of Ida M. Smith at corner"'of Brack" d
J '. 'JLwould" pay their ''obligations i to the. Bertha Wit B. Divisoin, : I Elmer i Eleventh Grade-Nellie 'Calkins, all",of them in their. preparation for trees can go to ruin through ne- and Park St... 47-4tpd. i
t e.....1 J/ ,'" (victorious ,.'Blues'* .with a smoker on Schwiekert 1 Willie Joiner', Robert In-1 I|I Alice'' St.ute.Eleanor..Mo el.y.jf :. ,.. successful cultivation. Properly pre- rlecU' On one side of the road will IT IS.TIME to plant'cabbage and lettnce. .
," "F' .:'...,, 'the- night ''of November 25, and Cap. gham Doyle Davis; 'George ,,Me Adoo,'' I Ir pared,' however, their, inexhaustible be a grove loaded down with the. mostuscions : Plants for sale at -; 9
GraytowGardens.
". oj ; tain W. L. Winn and Lieutenant IL Fred Evans, David Cayson. Joseph'Shaw :jf r Clerks Draw'Pay'DlrecU: "" fertility sustains' a< succession of the fruit," isle on the other aide C1.Jt-
:\
x if!,!<"' 'Clay''' Stanford, will meshes Mondayto Helen Marguerite. Duke, Edna Cay-I 1 For years there has been'an allowance moat exhausting. crops,with astonishng . .. here will be trees perhaps older yet ...

',1,,... make necessary arrangements for son, Wilcox Katherine Miller or $1,600 a year for clerk hire for ,vigor. :! 'mailer, with few'' if, any x>f the yelow JOIN OUR' COOPlllRATIVBi::
+ M the. success of the smoke-eat, Elizabeth Satterfte d. Pauline Kni.hti. each, member' of Congress. '"A gnat Low hammocks,) which are practically globes dlnclng' to,'''the branches..Experts ,NY' located near Tampa, on S' ,
*" ;-".'if) .', Captain. Arthur,E.Donegan of the. Marie Ogram. '. Floribell Bass, members of Congress have Men : swamp lands; are pot Inferior to .' say that to ret the best Railway.,, Members nt' 'land .'.a,
Mildred Firestlne Janet. many
t i Dlpetireporteda'collection. of. $332 Outlaw*, :getting this money for themselves by swamp lands proper in fertility, but results from. a grove, of grapefruit fraction. of the usual em seep" ;"
S., \5 and moved that all. new names on his Graves, Lncile' Griffin, Lena Harvey,,'. having It drawn by dummies. The considered not quite so desirable or, oranges,it dare not be neglected number :of'"allottmens 't teM '
nearly so, jiy'more than would'bea.;crawling: new town building. .* For i rftion .' .,
S I, ,< '. which was carried" list, a dls-. Story; Verta 'Fierttine. ,Rhoda L.-. and .nottier' from .Alabama'suc- and have soil of greater tenacity: Infant, and nowhere such* ,state- '' address.N.. B. St.. < "
vote.: . Scott. Ethel Rodgers Irene Ingram, ceeded in getting' a'vote on an amend than that of the high hammocks. Some meet. exemplified to a greater extent I FIa.. -.,
y <.. "' .CT, e sum of,$260,, .s' appropriatedling Second Grade-B. Division: Robert ment requiring .all .members' aecre- ditching is?necessary in, man,./ of than in the case of'the old Burbank I
I ,>.' .'1, t** use by the committee, Buckles, Gordon, Bullock, Uly Chapman .taries to be placed on the official pay them. .'The soil In them is, always grove'located about four miles west ORDER YOUR, eav'at/one. ;
:;ice!?, which that eoRtee will judiciously.seating Franklin Crowe Joseph ,Clements -' roll. :A. no one could give any honest deep.' ''These. lands are also extreme- of town. 'The original owner >was a Grifflng BIXML. W. ...Brokaw, I II'} '

; ,', expend duMCTCha| ; next two -months. Albert DeVane, Elmer f'ier.tiner reason why his secretary should,not b.wear adapted to the growth of cane, Bachelor and after he had a thriving nuns room No. 1.,, State Bank. :
.J" .. of citizens from North Kirby Johns, Plead Johhsoni Donald all started. he settled ,down .to ;;! '- --
,, A liliJJUrfi draw his own pay-most of the members corn, and. in.f. t, vegetable crops; grove a InRBARG4I j"
) .'. Klssimnii* appeared before the Board Kelley; John Lee ''UeHln, Nlckeraon,' had to vote in favor of the amendment nor are these soils subject to the ef-j( life of ease and contentrdent'with'. his '- ,.c : :i.I .
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3e. I F "," ; ,.and asked cooperation in their. opposition Harry Outlaw, 'Arthur ;Simpson, ,and'thus cut off' the old,graft facts prolonged drought as higher dogs and his gun. / '. ,
,to the change in'the' sidewalk I Claude.-ra.gert. Combs Young, John' There are some people who are 'fatuous ands, 'There is not nearly so, large Years passed, and I with the lack of
lines' of, certain streets,, in that; section I nie Bronson, .Zelma Bronson, Gladys enough*ito believe that men with portion i:' of low'' hammocks' a., there attention and proper fertilization and I '
'of1 the city. A committee'' I I Calkins; Bessie Crafton,' VirginiaDann India,,rubber, conscience such a. 'are I.,of swamp" landa.. care came 'weeds. .and sucker that
., elating of 'Arthur E. ''DoneganBiC:; ; c rula'H.n8Ol. Ruth Hyde, Mary possesed by men who pocketedthe High hammocks are the lands, In took the very life out 'of the trunk ,
Miller. M..Will.on'Jr.. F. IL Law-,!l, Krits, Gable Li Londe. Anita Powers clerk hire allowance for themselves, ....test favor In Florida. These dl!. of' the tre..,Last April the attentionof
scan and H. Clay Stanford was appoint'Louise RogerevCtfra Ruthreford Olive will be honest .in other directions. let from low hammocks in occupying L."' T' Townsent. of Brookline, ARE '' YOU. LOOKING;;,;; FOR 'Tl4 rJF

ed to go' fully Into the matter and use''i I Rutherford. Myrtle Ravage. Margaret There ,.are-a great1 I many people.'.In higher ground and ,. 1ft generallyj; M...., ''a'regular';,' 'winter visitor was SO ASK
,their best efforts to h.vetha.m.Uer'j; ;f o Wlnn,. Nellie Woodall,, Vivian Ford.'INn. the countrywho think that because: a stinting an undulating surface. Theyare called to the &1"0..,-and be bought It ,
t 'adJu.ted.to th.aatl.faet1oa. "of. the Grade-.Lois Little LUy Han- man is a' member of Congress ha'must formed of a fine vecetableJmould.mbed for less than half' of what it could: be MRS.
.parties_ concerned., 'ben, Dorothy Miller .Doris-. Collins, be a superior sort Of human' being. : with'aandy loam, in many had for. now... E. 'V.' Blackman was SUMMERS

I Lucy Lupf.rr Doris ,jSickola;Leah WU- There areoleu'than 400 men'in the places several feet Seep and.resting placeda'in charge, and at first,it looked !Lake View,'cottage.. :B South '.
E: .Remaace, :S4tac.perlty;; cox: .. Dann. Mildred' Rather.fort House of Representatives. You could la most cases on'a substratum. of clay hopeless task, ,but perseverance ; '
} : . Walter Frank Reed Rob- go Into any town of .6,000; in the marioI' limestone.; It will be readily and 'methods' of, bringing the men. Penfield avenue, .near'Qy an. .
Florida a country of romance and ert Calkins Griffin understood that such a' soil; In such trees back to life, that are particularly nue. ClydeAvenue la.
.,, .. It has been sine the Sears Ray Bell United States and' And 400 men just % second jltois*
> .. 'song.. ever mo Horace Dann,, Everett'HiaoD.;; EdwadM.ttock. ; -as capabl..of ''maklne.th.. nation's climate as-Florida,,roust be extreme. Us wn accomplished"wonders..They west of Court'
1'' (. '. .', days of Henende and Pone da Leon. Ilousrunning!. ntb
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;, .' '' Iy productive. The soil scarcely ever were finally coaxed to' bloom, and
laws sears the 400 men who are believed
. It U a land of the most trsnscendant. k : Frank'"Bal.linger suffers from too much water, bordoe.drou&ht while It I* very' late.the' fruit net'well t ,
.. ,' Fourth.Grade-Boys to be.the pick,of .the country '
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: /ti It la a really wonderful health resort '' .!feetl it, in ,the,same degreeas and a yield estimated at'5,000 boxes A: ,choicefiveacre farm; :1
Clinton' Bass This Is much critic.lam j
as '" George .DeiU however. not'so a
I'. "J", , .:' ; .In winter but all' .the'' long Add Gilbert, Fred Howe' Abie Johnston of the. members of Congress as it other. lands,owing to it* clay sub It, expected,, will be taken off late JtOOCI'.u..t: little house., __
: .f *s V -:; It' .U the land of the Carl Reidel. 'r Benni' Santiago,' is, of the people 'who selected them, soil. High hammock ,lands, produce in the winter. 'There are fifteen acres Investment!' ,: for little;money.c : .
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., ." '.1'tr,'h'.. .Iot"u" ., thesummer .land. where Bryan SimpsonWesley Weidler. Th. main qualification of a representattive with but little labor.of cultivation all in'the_ grove, all grapefruit, with ''the i
doth shine'Where the weak
iY .... '1' and the' stronggrow Maurice Wilcox, Elmo Griffin; Girls: ,, always, has been-the' ability to the crops of the'country in an, eminent exception of a.few oran&eame of. A' select city home of eich ; ti

cl ,.', ":, in, addition to these great Ruth Ashton, Ethel. Bass, Nellie Bow.en get votes.At. ., degree Such lands' ha'Ve' no ten them Miami''n.vela Herald. .,- r dseverai lemons.- modern;. location ideates '1,;;;' '
Carleon Harriet Buzxa dency.break'"Urr'in' heavy- masses, .. .
VJ1i" ', and their great 'the ; Bryan, .'wYy: .p .
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Fern Fansler,'. I1a"' Fansler." : West Palm 'r.eenUy.afino nor are they infested'with, "':eed..'. t
Gladys .Beach : .
rtnnlties
;.l-: : > for making living and L.Ida Mocking, Bird' aa Asset. \ A ix-roem :cottage, furslsliih'or. '
t Firestein. Verena Font... Gaines, of"draymen rendered a bill: of :
,yo.1( unfurnished.. .<;;;,...".'.l....',.? '.Jt' | y,
', Harris, Gladys Howell Ruble J tngham When explanations'. asked : a..et' *""" '"'
I ,. :'f ;. 0. best investment. magi with man. .. our mocking'birds are to ( "S '* if J"
rate means,:'no. matter where ''he Carmmie Johnson; Stella Knight for; 'they stated 't.hat'the drunken ---, Florida? Speaking of the joy from Some desirable lots do.eiirt,60;, .
,r".t\ .Ic'r, d n'.k.' -. Franaes. Kritz'Elizabeth Linn,, Opt man had 'put. out their ..lightsfor An old citrus, grower!) once,: when the harmonies of a birds voice, addedto to500.... ' .
;'//oi,'" Maklnson,.Edith Miller Lois Over-J l which they were arrested and .fined asked I what' would be considered ,a their life one couple coming to this ;, :?
.. .H NOTICE. street., Irene Pittman. Mabel; .Ploots. $12.60 by the' mayor and as the only I 'air.' return'' from*a grove; of grape. ,tate to live sass:. "It seemed no "'. -:-- ;
i;' 'alb I Dorothy Roberts Lucy Tyner, Ella draying they'were doing was, the I fruit, ..nspJled that there were grapefruit ..t.ter. what'doubts) or worries lingered .,,80m. choice" Citrus .' 'J'" i the*
ih'1 : ,*;;TWs (Is to notify the public'general- May Williams,. Etelka Stroup, drunk, they. .thought, it just that they grove and grapefruit groves in cur', minds ''the, sweet song of finest. in':the market; r '' "
r : t that the AnD of Ludlam A McDon- ;Sixth Grade-A. Division:' Jessie should'collect the toll. of .the fine and a i truert aphorism v-never' uscapedthe hat mocking bird dissipated them and / ", .
:;; ,, : '.. has bi'dissolved,, and that I Bowen Lucile Downing'' Pearlie Hyman ; from ''the city. Th.. bill for. hauling I lips of a wise1 man. Take'.. ,,car ussured.0i everything' must be all
i' tMR.Peeted.. with the ann Christine KriU. Is still Awhile, the fine hasbeen and drive the continuation *
: Miriam Mungtr, pending, ) some day out rirbt: 'In a world where such music
."a -J n 7V debts< that firm Percte Oliver Ada Louise1', Simpson, paid.--Mulberry Herald. .' .,' ,,of. the. Twelfth street road as prang spontaneously from the throats Mrs: Mary' Ste.
o. 4. JIoo"''I, Mattie Stanford., .Janette Sullivan ** a *-+ **a **f ' o tar,'..'.you*,cubgo,.which ''Will'be".tthe of the bird.' _'We made our.home In .
H. L'UDLAMd7 Myrtle. TlptonPriceRodger Worry sometimes acts .'adansaagent. very threshold of the Everglades Florida because. of this sweet', musicof ; ,

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