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 22, 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: VID00569
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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NOVINURU,1, til.,. TI'IE K1S SIM KE E v'LLJy :C A Z Etf E., ,'" ," _-"... ..
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ioEiioabrFIx. > >to 1Iu :morecomplete'': exclusion of
: air m'.the litter .t-asok.1.; It also- experienced *-

(; Is Sent. Complimentary : and especially}OAses,-of potash phosphoric wh t.h'an'acid be, t FIN'rN vi srrE; > '

THE DEATH>> BATE? explained under;,,the condition: of the ,
I*JSSiSlBBSMBaMSI SBBISISt experiment only by, the leakage of
liquid l manure into the earth, floor 1
:' Parties receiving:this- paper, Who are not i ii of the stalls.. Part?of the, Joss of BUY NOW SUt,THIS WINTER {

} 'regular subscribers, must not think' that it is )tUBERCULDSISjJAY L 'SERMONTHEOLOGIANS' ante nitrogen waybut doubtless; ...lativeI7-1e.occurred in... thanof the I AT A URGE, INCREASE- ,T A 4''

'the intention, of'the publishers to later demand , i i the potash which was be more soluble.almost .....- -- r....... .
Evidently kept
manure can .
"' '. of them.:thev subscription price,''as'it is'" j .AID HIGH DEATH' perfectly .o far as the fertilizer onatltuents {: t 'The far-slKhtad i aasl wise people. .... baying Zeal E.tsts"NOW' ; 't 1 .

mailed to them complimentary by our Board, | RArE WHO IGNORE- FACTS system are,Experiment concerned. show by- the,, ,how first ;We offer as an investment the following list ot.propert7..10 be sold', : ; t.z,

'OP., '.A PREVENTABLE: ; every that ammonia U lost 'i" as a' whole, at abort twa-tUrds Its actual value and an. easy, terssa.of I "l7'
+ of County Commissioners for the purpose t' ., ly In -such manure, if It' be allowed t to payment. The improved fireperty,, .. .....In;/.the list .brtag,a, r
.J = DISEASE. 111 after' the removal of the stock rY '
acquainting them with the 'many: advantage Jt< ; rental.of$69.00.per month. ,. 1-:
, I without
such: covering:, a* will retain i

and opportunities: this. torn and county: offer j A broadminded'clergyman. in his I,the* moisture'and' exclude 4 i the air."' ;'i 4 ,I One: nine....;... house with bath-and electric lights,, fronting1 as?. ek

the homeseeker., The paper will be mailed a Tuberculosis Day sermon propounded & Should Make Boxes In'rrorida.| t brick paved street, renting' for 20.00. "/per. month.... Tb.ls" .property', .';: L 4" '
'. I thIs question and reached a conclusion! An amount, that is almost enormous''!: '!' easily worth' 200.00:-, > .
;; few weelU to any person whose name is given decidedly' negative ."God does not in the aggregate of citrus fruit boxes '' '

...,:and'if they should desire to receive it .. fix the death-rate." WbcJ. does then? peach: crates and vegetableJ baskets I, I ; Five-room, .cottage and bath nearly'new, ;' nodern'fnverjr'.way-.. ,,
"elf. .
; Wo 'all do.Those and crates is used a every <, I on large lot, fronting on brick paved atreet, renting, for 11r.00per. n &( "
';' ularly thereafter, we would be glad to. put . theologians aid high death- year. These boxes and crates are'not'{ I mont ., Would be cheap at $1.800.00. ', '*$_ *" %
rates who Ignore the demonstrated only used .every year but are In.demand :t : : r .k"
them on our subscription list _a| the regular facts of preventable disease and seekto every month and are constantly: I I Fiveroom'cottage- on, large lot-, fronting on'brick'! paved ptreet, S r '
the medieval t' t
I perpetuate superstition .fallt'dfor. j has Water connection. House far month. TV '
renting $10.0p ;
rates. Y : : per 1. :
that infections are the Almighty'smerited' While moat of these commodities I I ,
..ft scourge. Laymen .who flout i are manufactured in the State, it has , property if purchased.separately wosld cost $1,250.00. \ ,
the scientific proof that tuberculosis come to light that'large quantities are' I : : : , '
is curable and can be eliminated from I made elsewhere and are shipped.. into I Four-room cottage, located an large lot fronting4 on brick "
,._.u _. human experience :or who disparagea 1 Florida. ; : paved street'renting/or;;' 10.00 per .month.. Easily;.worth: 1900.0ft:. -
tuberculosis propaganda" as of no This U a grave economic, error.. < -
---- -. h .. -- personal concern to them, help to I Every fruit and vegetable; package t I .Two cottages bringing In a rental of i4.00 per month. Worth, II U
f cause the death of a consumtlv'e+ every I that'is' used'in' the State should be 80000. "'*'-'.. ,:
t three minutes in tho United State made at home The Florida pn! ,,; I '
: For Sale Council and legislatures which will I lumber Is the best material in the I One cottage rented to colored'people; renting: for '"$5.00 Per' :'c ? ''' '$.'-4

not appropriate funds sufl'icientfor I world for this purpose and it abounds ; I month.. Worth $500.00.. "'."> /. "TT" ." '.,
the fight which health: boards would in large guant ties in every county in' ;; \'"-* *.
. wage against the Great White Plague I the State. One-half interest in 144 eltj'lot.'eesch'bt' easily- werlu :$ .tiu"
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arc largely responsible for the deathof Numbers of small plants and factories ' '
LAKESIDE, FARM : This splendid property con- ten thousand a year tw-anty-seven for the manufacture of crates, now.-and Values are gradually increasing ", 1 at

sins 127 acres located abet three miles from the city limits of( deaths "every day, in one city alone. boxes and baskets are'scattered i I Two in re.alde-n lots worth $500.00:; each.-1; r ', "
Those who disregard antispittinfr throughout the State, but the fact that I those: ." "'' w
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'istimtnee. fronting nearly half a mile on beautiful Lake Tohopeka- A. v-'j" "
ordinances and the like help to send crate material if into
being shipped '
ga'and extending to the 'county road. A most beautiful buildingt the death-rate upward. Housewives the State is proof that room exists for I I Investigate, and you will And that aU of' the above 'a.'eed $
>t on the county road with a line of live oak trees planted' out in'C whose culinary efforts, produce dyspeptics additional factories. {1' properties worth at a lew1 estimate $ 5We' wilt .eU'every. ', :I
form of a.square. which would surround the house with bcautiul directly and drunkards indircctly -' Factories for the making 0/ these 'j thing in;the above schedule for the sum of $',SOO.OO.. '..Th'p.l'IIOft'I' jigt
give far more impetus to the I, baxes are not expensive and can be \ buying now will large profit,
I shade that hat green foliage the entire year around. This prop- reap
upward trend of the death-rate than operated just ak economically! on a tlvery
rty is fenced and cross fenced into four or five different enclos most of us imagine. Venders of"patent I mall scale as on a larger basis. ; Wet also have two well jested I business lots on .Broad irsy., in t !
res.' There are nearly ten acres of grove, most of which are fine medicines" and consumption cures In West Florida where trucking lit I bat part of the business district, which"wp.are':.fferii< feriJ5.250.60. '.
who fleece their victims until the tat.ter : increasing rapidly each the g.
srge bearing trees balance younger trees coming on; about half year, demand I "
have passed far beyond the incipi- for vegetable crates is growing I ,,7..
lie farm is fine hammock, rich and productive and' ,
a greater
very lent stage in which physicians could in a like !ratio. Right here is.
an
art of the landlit in the artesian belt where. fine flowing wells can'h.d have helped them-such nostrum-fak- ; a useful and profitable op- ,'I We will be pleased. to have you ea1 and see these properties_ ;,

there being three flowing wells at the present time;a six- ers have a full share of responsibility home industry the investor should' not 'i ,. .
m. house with two porches surrounded by beautiful live oak for the thousands on thousands of lose sight of I i < :
in the front and banana deaths from tuberculosis throughoutthe In this connection It might be well
some pretty palms yard a near
.; grove country. Those who draw profit to note that the boxes for Florida BREAKER & COMPANY
use; good stables, corn crib wagon shed and hay mow.. This from feed.ng the poor on adulterated made cigars might an w..ll I,., mall"- tJL-M.:
e valuabl proportion nl tl< prnp iy n In- food, "rots and spots, and fowl dead factored within the State. Florida i ... .- \'
be grove and improvements for $100 per acre on most favorable I in storage several: years back, have a I has the raw material.-PnesacolaJouinal. r .-s--. I .

>.' A great fortune,can: be built up here in the citrus fruit in- similar. responsibility for a high death. .

ly, one 'can make' good living, and have some money beside in rate.A "league for medical freedom organized 1 The electric zone of--the -New York" '-- - -- '

ng.and fanning; thus leaving the returns from the grove each to prevent the wise central- New Haven & Hartford railroad is.! For quick returns and best resultsUse
which' wouldjeoon in fine financial condition. This to be extended, that !
i put a man ization and coordination of health activities indicating its
and to tha operation has been successful. ... the "Want" columns bftlie'Gazettes
rty could be divided into four or more different parts, each one oppose inspection .
'of schffMs and schoolchildren likewise I
fine and land. This be
farming must seen
ag orange property '
helps to keep the death-rate high. r?
'' appreciated it has the real, intrinsic value. Those who overwork women- and chil- !K !w Hi 1.11 ifi w !ffi I !ffi w !ifi,!w m ifi !ifi !ai i yt, i m i K !w SR m m s ffi w ffi SB !ifi !wu : 1 Yi y111 ffiYi! YiYif"' :\:. :; >.

fr We also have truck farms and city property, groves -of all kinds I of dren responsibility in factories for have holding a heavy the death-shan; I ' .'' .0'
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.-,I zes. Correspondence solicited. Prompt attention! to all in- rate at a high level; so also do those X '' 'j

ies.fNELSON. employers who require men to workat Ii" ; '\\4i",.
...., '. dangerous trades under intolerable I ; :; 1-:'"
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conditions Such as those which in UNDERWOOD' !Ii : o:. "; ,
trades hold the .
some consumption-rate ""
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REALTY COMPANY 1\ .
above KO: per cent. House-owners who p 4 it ''l, ,
provide dark, insanitary, pest-ridden :Ii Y !Ii 1--:0': :"" Six

Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA. tenements have no little part in increasing :I; .. ,. !Ii It J, . ". ,
the death-rate. The Chris- .. \ ............. : 'i
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--,- - -- ---- - tian Scientists and other faith "heal- !Ii TYPEWRITER !Ii : ', ;f
era" who close their eyes to the possibilities 4y i.i !Ii. :
, of material aid, that may often r ,
T : BO potently be added to the psychotherapy ,-de ;W ",S .J
they are employing, swell 1111111. .','" ,"
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the .death-rate. Well-meaning' moth. '
Lest 'Show !' ers, who believe that they are able,to .,
Proof the Proof bring up their ''children in defiance of {:Mechanlc M.jl;: ; \

. ._ _": _. .c.-.,_ _ ._ __ A the: new-fangled notions of hygiene, .._
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. = '- = -1: :; spread by physicians and visiting .J' .' \.. J" f! ""f I J/ !IIi..
We are State RepresenteUves for the nurses, help to Keep the death-rate I
high. Most important of all, says ; Efficiency :
BEST rin PUMPS GAS ENGINES The Journal of the American Medical
Association, incompetent and careless
;.,.... i,lil Kinds Stationary arid Marine doctors swell the death-rate. For I I !fi "' .
-'I -;:-.. and these the medical profession is directly x
: responsible, whether they are untrained I !HiMi: '' P, ,
gives '.Bailers Hoisting Engines men turned out by low-grade! ,I Tae UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER bas been displayed at all esp-sinaas at faayartaaca 'f. Yi _
medical members of "
schools the
profession who have or failed to keep up tfiSfi since 1900 sad in EVERY caN was awarded the highest prize. The Est falkwsf ; \- =- ,
..fr i U p
,. and Carry a General Line of Supplies with scientific progress and who have ,' !hta; .7ty
' "'"a"lesb' for all Purposes become incompetent through inertia ,., 7
i'r ,, and laziness. All their carelessness Hiffi

'-r' :HE H. 'E PLOOF MACHINE CO. increase, the indifference death-rate and, which ignorance com- Miifi Grand Prize: :Turin ..;:_________191f *+*+:++' Grand Prize, St. Louis Expe itUMtt 1104" i ,

and IlruBBels .. __ _____
conscientious
petent physicians Grand Prix 1910 Grand Pats St. Petersbarg ..ii 190/
E0 OCEAN STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. sanitarians and reformers are fighting ; t tI v ,
aI I and Long Distance Phone. 444 pd 4t to lower. I MiHi Grand Diploma of Honor<<; Beunoa i Grand Diploma Honor St. Pet F't. ,' k'tdd ,
We have not the right to blame a Ayres _uu__ .1._____..1910 tersbnrg .____ 'k <
cruel diety for deaths which are actually -
duo to crass stubborn ignorance, Grand Gold Medal, St. Petersburg 1909 Diploma of Honor, Reate __.-.1 DZ; , , %
inhumanity and the refusal to exercisethe Hiffi
Grand Prix Turkestan Jubilee,__I909 0/
"common sense. which is also an Grand Prize Usaoges, _? -- t f
Long Distance inspiration from the Almighty." A !ifiUi Gold Medal, Glasgow,________-.1908 "r
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Grand Rome __ 3
Prize, ; ,, ( /
mother told
Phone 296 weeping a famous physician _______ { f '
Svertisiog that it had Grand Prize, ,Barcelona! 1907 .
pleased Providence to
:: First Grand Diploma, ; lr l
take her baby from her "Providencehad Gold Medal, Jamestown_____:__.1907 Yenlee.t k', .i .ix
nothing to do with the 'matter," Hiffi Gold Medal Pan.American. Baf Uf' i n; ,
the Grand Prize Milan _-_?________1906 + '
replied physician "it was bad y
,cis saying the .right thing, milk? that killed your baby." We can- Gold Medals (2), Portland, Ore.1905 falo __ _________________?IJlOl vt

:, at the right time not escape some of fixing share the of the death-rate joint responsibility -, Hiffi Grand Price Lelge\ . __. .1905 I Gold' Medal Paris __-_-__ ---_.1 00

*', I but' we can choose to be on the side !Efi
in the right way ,, of the forces that are bringing it !
down instead of those that are sending Ififfi

h5.., We make a aoecialty of planning, preparing I U op> ffiW TheFranklin Company also received the Elistt 'Cresson Medal, the highest.. award af aM t r I n
rliterature and conducting campaigns for v

ft'1 V+ Land palities Companies and Individuate.Et1NREACIN, Boards. of Trade. Munici- : Looses In Manure. ifiifi! Institute of Pennsylvania in 1910. \\ "

; Prof. W. Frear. of the Pennsylvania .
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station, has recently reported la aH important typewriting contests, both professional and am.t.nrbdd ia the tfjt y r f f5ii
,observations On the losses during
ADVERTISERS two months of fertilizing corfgtitu- : United States and Europe, the winners, and sadly the second: 'and tbirdtieatestaa5Fi ,

. ., : the enta feet from of the steer animals manure in kept a box under stall i have all operated the. UNDERWOOD.'i', ,-

TAMPA FLORIDAIMERRILLSTEVENS with cement floor and from that removed !1 i i a ' x ;1* ' -5 r

daily from stalls with hard HIHi All 'speed record:-professional. snd .t"r-are held by operators! af this,a.- j .
clay floors and stored in f
a compact
.. .. chine. '
under ;
--r----- -- heap cover, enough fine-cut lit !:
ter being used in each case to apparently .
!HiHi
absorb all liquid manure. The .
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t re.ult.-show that'"nianure-loses much -- ---- H--
( [ [ COMPANY leas of its fertilizing constituents installs
!! in heaps. In' the Pennsylvania
rV si $ton experiments the deep stall 5Un.deny 9d Typewriter Company Inc. 1
jriave a State wide reputation for the quantity and'quality npdiiui-e was trampledto a very dark : ,

f fcdpne.! lrxpeh'Mectianlcs' ,, .sent\ out.: : General, Black- compact mass, and although. only S-- rl + .
about two-fifths'of the HiHi
matter of
drier'and. epairlni". I Beams.: Acetylene Gas Netding.pa' the food and litter waiir'ecoveredin d.ry { {';NIERWOOI) .BUILl1NI':: ',. .; 4: '

?ja1togany,1Cypre'ss ail !HiHi NEW yoRK _
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of
b sl3sneral Machin ,work'Boat nstructtonsand R1l -. .,. ., fertilizing.-constituents-nitrogen,! ___
o ,phosphoric.add,and potash.. With ; ... .
ieereandOoatraaforeT"Corre: sponceneeeolciied.i manure kept in heaps one-third\ of the !HiHi: .S .1 'Branch Offices Tkroafkout tie Warld. 'tl' d
:dry matter'was recovered'.in: the'ma.< w ,
: Wpts t T65JI+ East .R jr..SLr'Jacksonville!! k'";" -nure. and, one-third of, the' >itn>gen, 126 WEST BAY STREET+,' .JACKSONVILLE-FLORIDA.; '' :' '
one-fifth of the potash and.one-.eventb .. ., '' Hs ; 'i' t,
. . .s..4s d :ofHhe phosphoric- acid .were'lost,' he '
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total money value*of the Josses being W.: G HANKINSLOCAL, REPRESENTATIVE? ,'. :; :
i:equivalent-to ,Z.50 for: 'eaeh''steer' i- i j .. J. .1 i.__ .
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fs- doubt about the Cazette'adTertisin.. columns producing !Ii''; The months., ; e tfiw! . i\:. '. ...'..... .." ." ... ,,' ,.r f\\!. .4. 'i. "'" ,1 (. ,
no untrampled- ''rnanqreher "i .. < '" ,.; ..' ..1iO:: l
|.' \File\ ;/'progreuive4{buimen'"...rJ" ;...... .... ,. ..

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t t 'FRIDAY,.NOVEMBER 22, 1112. :
AGE 4. ,. THE. KISSIMM E.. ..VALLE' GAZETTE.. ,__ -- - -
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GREEN FRUITERS'' FINISH AT HAND.
'8, M ?t w.u.a.Y'.OD_ aoOKOMr ooo, 'tSaOL. ADD"... 'M.OLINTOOK- A Chat With 'Our Agents: '* ,
AN HONORABL.B "CORO pop OVER 2O YHARB . ..
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+; .t -- --- G. G. MoCLINTOCK----- .I wish to publicly congratulate our OAKHURST I PARK? Agents on

," i, Wholesale ,Produce Commission Merchant MARKET DEPRESSION TO REACT IT GROWERS JTRM. their splendid success. Of course, ladles and gentlemen. the you ml'r1cet.have
"', 318 north .....t atr...t. Pfciladelpbia,Pa.: everything; in your favor the best suburban property on.)
-- ..-'.-' ..SP8CHH.TIBS ,* the HIGHEST he DRIEST, the BEST LOCATED the LARCEST .
!
I/ s ALL CITRUS FRUIT. SOUTHERN VEGETABLES PINEAPPLES. temple Urge the Grower td Demand a Dollar a Box on the ,Tree LOTS the CHEAPEST AND FINEST inve.lment. '
4 IN GAR LOTS OKtBSH .' offering so much fairer and more
vi the contracts are are ,
Market O. K. Again you
?4 When you dart shipping Citrus fruit mail me the bill of lading and liberal than the ordinary agreement and YOU CAN. OFFER 04 ,rt4 .
I will advance you'money on It. Write for hipping stencil if you have + JUST LIKE A SAVINGS BANK which no otheragenfun
INTEREST
none. References: All Commercial Agencies and the trade in general. (Tram the Tampa limes.) .. CENT
.... Yours reapectiulJy -- General Manager Temple of the Florida Citrus Exchange i is firmly of do. - "_ dij-J ; ,.
si i lnell: accident, permanent
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.t ,1 McCLINTOCK. against
41-13-pd (G. G.
i insurance
I the there will be number of "busted" speculators in
opinion that a orange and death and ..I"I I fact. that.PURCHASERS ARE NOT: BURDENED -
ability
:'!o: the state if the growers will now adopt the wise course of sitting tight WITH INTEREST AND TAXES certainly appeal to every
dl -- -- and holding their fruit until it is worth something, which happy period
f reasonable investor .
t 111 ii 1111111111111 n 1111 n 111111 M M 111
Temple points out is bound to come when it is fully ripe. I lam, going to make you and all Agents appointed by us a urprisrtlg .
j ''J' : Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty Mr. Temple believes firmly that the rushing of green fruit to the I bITer one that shows my appieciation better than words. I SHALL

t northern markets as soon as the gates were down on October 1 was a GIVE TO TIC AGENT making the best record of sales from November
t VVIHTU] I HRCXNZK iloir I 20tl to January 20lh; the. dale of closing competition--a lot 52 1.2 X
market.
scheme on the part of the small speculators to break the
SUB-DIVISION IN
: I 195 ,in OAKIIURSr PARK the. best, SELLING
'I. Is the
most enduring .monument
;' successful it was is known to all. .
I GREATER JACk.SONVlLI:\
"f s made. Will not get moss-grown Sees Scheme of Speculators! "4 ours very truly.

': -- crack or crumble. Is more artistic The market once broken, the small speculators flooded the markets I H. H. SIMMONS, President

'; -x'and less expensive. with letters offering fruit at $1.25 to $1.40 a box, November and Decem- FLA.
rt ; JACKSONVILLE
OCEAN ST.
; ,\ Ir" Writ mp and 1 will call/ ber delivery. To make good on this they must buy the fruit at prices on I ZS SOUTH Wanted-Liberal Commission.
the Jn-es not to exceed sixty cents a box. At this very moment they are I Agents
: JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O. I _
t t scouring!; the back counties of the fmit belt trying to do this, and fillingthe i 21pJ.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I t M I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H Ml ,47
air with lies about how the exchange has broken down the market and

;:- OSAt.-.-'-(2GT GKrt70tGYGtrOtlOIXIIYJbCi0Gf7'ItkXCIX- />G intends: to keep it down for the balance of the season. I I I I I 111 I I I I'I I I I I I I I I . ti-I I I'I+1 1 I-d i i 1111

F* ,: C. A.:CARSON.' 1 A, C1tANFORn. '>1I.IUI..R'I Chase points out that the only. way to handle these fellows is to re- I, it ,
i Pr".ld..nt, Vlrv-ITraldi-nl. Srrn.tary |i fllm them fruit at less than a dollar a box on the trees. lIe firmly believes

1 I the prices will go up and. that there will be a I/oud: market at good pricesfor FERTILIZER[[ [ [ IS SOLD ON ITS MERITS[

till t the good fruit the state will produce. There will be no marketfor
I
i: KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. green fruit and but little for poor fruit. Distinctive Quality Counts For ai Much in Fertilizer at Any

'f I Predicted Green Fruiters' Action. Other Article Efficient! Service Likewise Has Its Value.

'" "During 1 !: the closing days of September," said Tn.iple this morning

I ,,. Rough and Dressed e. I "we predicted, in an interview in The limes, that we feared a number of FAVORIT FERTILIZERSare

I A I Bhort-8i hl<'l.l dealers who were without accurate market information ,

JPINE LUMBER would take: advantage of the loopholes furnished them at the Gainesville I made to give results not to ell at a low price. The difference -
I convention, and begin shipping out Large quantities of immature grape- in the cost orI good ritili/er I over d cheap one will more

I II : fruit.Vo knew that if they did do this they would demoralise the grape- than be made up in your yield!
I I Careful ,attention to C\cry little detail promptness always.
fruit markets of the country.
I and a high icgard for sow' ro.tomcls' \\1'I.t'hdve helped to
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY "\\t further stated that the indications J pointed: to the shipment of make u* and uur famous I rrtili/eis I lie I avonte brands in suchgteat
.100 curs of grapefruit by these little operators during ihe first week of themonth
F j ; _----J-demand_._,___ -. --_____. __ _. _
-. --\Ve said-also tlatrltthoy) adopted TlraTpolicy: mlZti fit, i'iuNt"ttm-
>i bTa testa la sa la IG r. xr}a rs sO xr I
I reckless' and indiscriminate shipping of immature grapefruit we would INDEPENDENT F fERTILlIEn I L I COMPANY

;+ ; see grapefruit sell as low as $1 i before Chri"tll" ):L.1. .JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

"In (point of fact only about 200( ) cars were shipped\ during!: the first
Q Chemicals. Insecticide Special Mixtures.J. .
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT wick ill OcUilxr, for which, in the I language; of Mr. Post 'there was a Agricultural -

,,. ', mgr,on'. Practically all over the citrus belt of the state it rained almost M. LEE, Agent.
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t INSURANCE Yes.: Best Companies the entire first' week of October, so it was almost impossible to pick fruit

P It --- -__-= zi -_-= .__ _ _ _=___ i and in spite of this about 200 cars wore moved, which shows most of M I I I I I I I I I I I I H 11 I I I I I I I I I i IM i I > M III i I H I I I I I I I I
i these :21)0) cars were picked and ready to move before the open season provided
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,i for by the Gainesville convention.
_ r Insurance that you do in buying goods for your I
', ,, store or clothe for your family ? : Grapefruit Sold at Forty Cents.

< : "Now it is a notorious fact that gt'lllx.fruit| did sell as low as forty .I

cents a lx>\, delivered in Philadelphia in October If the movement of ! Seed Irish Potatoes
a r: ARTHUR E. DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCY I 200 cars produced this result, what would havp !been the result had weather -

q f r conditions: permitted unlimited shipments by the minor factors having

D. G. WAGNER, ManagerBuilding such plans in view? We maintain that the position taken by us in that i Choice Selected Stock
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1 1I interview has been amply justified by the results.

I f "Tlle'unfortunate part of that interview, however is that it has beenso << Improved Rose No. 4

i garbled and distorted by the same parties whom we hold responsible RED BLISS TRUMPrt| IRISH COBBLERS
for the conditions we fear that they have led many growers to believe:

'; "First-That the exchange caused the downfall of the markets."SecondThat DIXIE

\ ,,) said downfall would continue.In WRITE FOR PRICES
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}>' 1 .Materials/* point of fact at the same time green grapefruit were selling in Let Us Send Yc/u/ Our Booklets'Entitled

Philadelphia forty cents a box, the exchange was marketing sweet, Irish Potatoes Florida VegetablesUSE
well colored grapefruit at $3 a. box, f. o. b. packing house in Florida. I
r ', ; r I CAN.SERVE YOU PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY .
f The exchange: has not taken a single order
J With my facilities consisting large warehouses and ent at less than $2 a box f. o. b. packing house, and has been steadily I IDEAL FERTILIZERS

//O :yards, spacious wharf and railroad trackage accommodations .- marketing sweet oranges at $2 per box f. o. b. Florida, in the face of a

and carrying the largest stock of high grade Building flood of quotations from small independent operators) ranging from $1.25to 'j. Best and Cheapest

Material In the state, I can and will extend to you the most $1.J5: per box f. o. b. Florida for November and December shipments, ."

prompt service and quick deliveries possible. quotations guaranteed against decline. .WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.:

\... No matter how small the purchase or how large the contract Growers Should Hang On. .IA' ( KSONVILl FLA.

/....... I can and will give it the most careful and moot "The object of this interview is to assure the legitimate growers of Local Agent Waters & Carson Grocery Co.

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I} prompt attention. the state of Florida that the market has not gone to pieces for good fruit ---- -

t r6tt ' JELK'S BRICK, in all their different faces. and that there is not the slightest danger it will go to pieces for good

$ LEGG'S BRICK a complete line i fruit.

i Impervious Faced Brick Ornamental Brick Firep'Brick -- : "Any grower having oranges on the trees who sells them for l less

I and Paving Brick. than $1 a box on the trees will be making a foolish bargain, because they
\ will be well worth that and more when they are really ripe and ready to
ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT. Bibb's Sewer Pipe eta \
I' ship. Any grower who allows the little fly by night dealer to talk him R.S.FLOYDGrocer
Wire at for prices ate.
1 my neper ?:-Ob> into the belief that market conditions, present or prospective, are such

that he needs to sell his fruit to them at any such foolish prices as sixtyor
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; seventy-five cents a box; on the tree is simply falling into the trap these
W. R. FULLER
little irresponsibles have cunningly laid for him by deliberately producingthe

'" st / Hcndrr ft Knght's Terminals,, Foot of Franklin Street. present ruinous prices (or green fruit which the irresponsibles have
\ themselves brought about by shipping the green grapefruit with this
4 TAMPA. Phones 207690. FLORIDA. ,
Iq a very object in view.
'- "We have too much confidence in the common hone sense and Get
,' our prices OB
to 1.. shrewdness of the Florida orange grower to believe he will allow himself. .

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r, pct "Your oranges and grapefruit are not coating you a cent hanging on ,..

the trees. Let them stay where they are until they are ripe, and when which we make 8 specialty

; ROUND TRIP the ripe fruit begins moving to the great markets in ample quantities and

i $131 60 TAMPA TO enters into competition with the sour early navels California is preparing

.. to ship, you will realize the true benefit of the action of the Florida Citrua

Exchange along these lines.

a Y Panama Jamaica CubaVIA Will Ruin Some "Tin Horn." r r .::r

"Moreover, you will then find'a lot of little tin horn Florida orange

speculators ruined and out of the deal endeavoring to buy your oranges Osceola Lumber Co. Inc.

at ruination prices which they will have to do to fill the orders they have ,

already taken with the calm assurance that they can fool a "cracker" to

:. l, A. C. L. R. R. and P.. & |O.'AD S. S [CO.Tae give them his fruit for nothing to fill these orders on which they depend. PLANING MILL AND
"The Florida citrus undustry is all right; the market is all right for NOVELTY WORKS

: ripe fruit and will be all right. You produce the finest, juiciest,sweetest i

rt fruit in the world and you are entitled to a good price for it. You will Rough and Dressed Lumber
olagant De..a a "BTangellne" will aall from Key West '
r get it if you ship when it ill fit to ship. ,
Terjr other Tueaday during January. February and March beginningY' -
M January Tth. topping two day at Solon, c. Z. two days Klhgiton. "We will admit that the consuming trade at the other end won't
r I Jamaica sad at Havana Fonrteea days' trip from Tampa. Rate Inalndea take and won't pay for green, sour Florida oranges, and we will admit Sash, Doors Brick Lime
t Cement
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,, neaU and berth both at .ea and In port. Stop-over allowed '
_Tlohet. IlmlUd. to April 1st. that the Florida Citrus Exchange i ia responsible for this condition, and ware ..... Plaster, Shingles J
'";,: .' For tiIrt...... tnforauOloa call. on or .....rlt.. proud of it. 'If this be treason,make the moot of it/ MATERIAL

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boardWith this' taek:completed'the I111 II II II I" II IMIMII I | Mllllllll II II, I Mill H . . 'R
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;:OEHTH BORPWHING( telephoned to Kissimmee that the 'TO' OPEN REVIVAL "" t .
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body had been found and would.be
-, : I brought to Kisiimmee as ooft'a.. his '- 'A' OEPOSI--r-.ORS -
,\ f' FEU. boat could make the trip. : 't' .
FROM BOW''Of.. LAUNCH Rescuer .
Lost '
Money SERIES' TO BEGIN SUNDAY :
'. Paul' Nettles who went so herioc- ; .
'I 1: ally to the rescue of the unfortunate ---I : ,: . i
MILL MAN WAS OtN Lohr Sunday morning) aside from risk. '.. '
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GOLDEN
his REV. W. c. EQUIREME"
ing own life; in the attempt to : .... N'Ij'F'S'
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TO SCENE save the PROTRACTED : -"' ;
OF' older man suffered the .losspf ''TO"ASSIST' IN "n I ,
a considerable sum of there ; ; ,$;
WORK AROSALiE. ,T money MEETINGS ,IS DISTINv ,"' > .
by. He "
had $86 in bills and a number .
---- of valuable papers in his coat GUISHED WORKER.: : "' ', An individual 1 desiring the,services of a banking insthution #
:.Robert Lohr pocketa He threw, his coat off hur: If" : '
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wa. drown
'lornlnr1ihorUy; after ten Vcloctat Sunday riedly:without thinking ,of the valu- .--r\\ : "* ge.erally'exacts. at feast, three requirements:. r"" M
a point about one hundred yards off ables and the brisk wind caught; them!; ReVival'servl ell will begin 'at 'the .,
,*?!. from Klwimmee. Park.. ,: up and scattered them so tha there Baptist church Sunday morning next. : Fint-'SECURlTY: AND ''PROTECTION "
was no hope of J. Holt, ito FOR DEPOSITS
Mr; iohr was Proceeding from Kiss finding them.' The pastor, Rev. Dr A. ,
almmee! to Roeaxie ; FunerH From Graystone.. be assisted in the meetings by Rev. ': : : V
."Swan"! when he met in.his the death.-launch- He Underta r'J, W. Thompson and a W. C. Golden;evangelist for the HomeMission : ", >,( Second:-- RETURNS ..ONIUNDS"DEP.SITEpJ.: ::'{;':: ?ti"Third.'THE"SCOPE
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t -*... accompanied In, the launch' by large crowd of citizens were at the Board of"the Southern Bap.. *; OF: GENERAL BANKING FACILITIES ' '
dock to meet the boat which ;
A. Covington broughtthe tists. t' '
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; Paul Nettles. has -
It was discovered that the corpse. The body was found to be Dr Holt who known'the evangelist ,; , '. .
tank was running low and gasoline in 'remarkably good 'condition, considering for number of ,years: gives stt
I : as the the length of time'it been the the ,
water was rough it was decided best had the readers of Valley Gazette ,'.
not to attempt to nil they tank from exposed, and wa.'taken in charge. by I following. ; introduction to him. ) '
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the undertaker. C. Golden.: t
:> the drum while the Rev. W. .< aAfter
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open water. The funeral in the afternoon I This eminent Christian gentlemanand .
The the boat steering"was; wheel was turned and at 1 o'cloc weld the.Graystone I scholar and evangelist comes this tie stability, of the 'Bank: ha.. heel aicertaiaed ud a conservative, w
rounding about to make hotel. Rev. A. ; iof the, hold '' meeting '
the dock pastor week -to protracted and wins finaacU
at Kissimmee Park in order .. i policy assured the depositor; 4srives Us attention U,. the
to fill the tank under calmer Baptist church, conducted the service. with Pastor A. J.' Holt in the' Baptist _
ditions con. The pallbearers were G. C. Livingston church; It.is proper that a word of / '
Nettles when was the at.accident the. occurred. A. D. Covington H. C. Stanford J. introduction should be given concerning investment"jpossibuitiei; if a savior* account U,I attended,.the new cad..... \I\, ; '
wheel and Lohr W.- Simpson,.'Andrew Johnson and J. him to the people of Kispimmee. '
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the stood on the bow of the boat Just at W. Thompson. The services were conducted 'Dr. Goldenis a full literary and .wants as liberal a 'rat. of interest -ails compatible with'a ...... banking syntern
juncture when the >
launch c. .
law ing turned Lohr stumble toward the shore, was Nettles be. the interment at Rose was Hill made.cemetery. ,. where for theological many years graduate.of the'He Third was Baptist ; then .investigates,. ,. .the.. facilities.of.the,bull: in general..Naturally I";and, ,
and fall into
the Robert Lohr was born at Lake N. Church of Nashville, Tenn., which aeceuarilythi "
water ing to his Nettles lost no time in jump- C.4 years afco./ He had lived in church flourished greatly under his eiperieaced banker,' ..1'0..'constant business.is to Investigate, $
rescue. He threw off his Florida for a number of and ministry. He was at the same time should be '
years possessed '
of technical '
boots the and coat and plunged in after at the time of his death was in president of the Baptist Orphans' a, knowledge.bearing' on all financial, topics, ,.
drowning man, std swam with charge of the lumber mill at the Home of that city, in which positionhe I
all speed to'him. lie had gone under A. D. Covington at Rosalie:campof He was eminently successful. He then The bank:, should have at the disposal of its caztomets inch data and informstion "

twice, and when ,lathes reached him was a character of many.fine qualitiesand was elected as corresponding; secretary is i. '
,he WM dead. a* required, .by the dor. f k'',
was popular with his associate. of State Missions, succeeding
I, It is probably incorrect to say that and employees. His daughters Nettie A. J. Holt in that position. lIe filled .
, drowning was the cause of death. It and Edith were notified immediatelyupon this position, the most prominent in
, was known that Lohr had a weak his'death and they arrived Monday -i the gift of his brethren in that State ---- a ,. '
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heart
", and it is believed that the shock morning the former from Jack- with distinguished ability for seven M v

I of the fright from being thrown sonville where she is attending a commercial -: years and only resigned when h* was , r t
. violently overboard resulted in instantaneous school''' .nd'the latter from chosen to his present position as evangelist '
.. death. Nettles was satisfied Lake City where- she is a student at for the Home Mission Board, Our claim to your confidence rests on the fulfillment of the above regairem.nts. r '

. upon touching the body that he was Columbia College. William Lohr, a located at Atlanta Ga. In this 'trying Citizen Bank ofKiftimmee I. .afe..sound'conservativt' *, '
. dead, and a g a heavy sea was running brother who lived in Lakeland, and and difficult work the uniform and yet liberal, : .
.. he cast about to save himself, realizing C. E. Emerson a friend of the family success of his entire life has attended Your confidence and patronage i* Invited regardlet of the amount of your fund,

. ''t,. the futility of attempting to rescue from Sanford attended the funeral. him' The people of Kissimmee are = ,: "
.I the body.It The response of the community to fortunate to have the services of'thisHintlngTiiiihftH f :: -:--:---- '- --- "'.. .... "
. so happened that the gasoline the demands of the hour ocgaaioned by ggntlpinan. HP hsn.'nn "
. .. .TftNettles. 'almgar 7lrthe instant: that the accdient should be the best testimonial sensational c ap.trap methods but C 1ZENS 4 N.KOF-KJ-SS'IMMEZ. '
.. jumped into the water and the of the esteem in which the deceased preaches the old time gospel with
launch went dead and vington was was held and the sympathy point and power. ; .
. .left a helpless witness to the tragic which is felt for those who are bereftby We are also fortunate in securingas -
.. scene, being accentuated by the fact his sudden death hjs assistant his consecrated wife,
. that hell, just recovering from a long. who has been-h4 -* . .Illness himself. many years. Miss Mildred Bennett*
I. M Nettles made for the shore and aftera No Wonder She's Queer. now'Mrs. Golden,'was a graduate of _
. struggle which Completely exhausted Some of the bathing suits were of I Boscobel College, Nashville! from -::r--: :;-::=:,
him landed in a forlorn condition. blue silk and with these blue silk which she took the degree of A. M. 1 1' .
: I+. No time was lost In making an effortto stockings were worn. Others were of Fqr many years she; taught in the public ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.; President( W., /SMITH, Cashier
recover the body. All the available red and white silk, with red or white schools of Nashville where her 1" '..
'boats at Kissimmee Park and Kissim- silk stockings. But the prettiest were I services were held in high esteem. The .. a Directors; .: ,

mee and the island about joined in the simplest-well cut bathing suits pastor of the Baptist church in Kis ARTHUR E.. DONEGAN, President H/M. P,.... lat Vice Pres dent, & 1i
the search and this was kept up with- of Mark mohair with stockings of I simmee will always feel under deep ,'* '
J 'Out ceasing until the body wax found black silk.Under I obligation to her as she was the i iI C. W. DANN, Zed Vki President ;, y..
early Wednesday morning his umbrella the Hindu said I I teacher of all of his children. '
: Body in Upright Poxition. noltly, an he gazed at all these slen- In no small degree the uniform sac- I A. W. WINK L H. COHOON""F.. :., :", C D..::CARROLL ,
Lewis Seaman, who lives on Steer dor slyphs moving in their pretty cess of Dr. Golden in his work is attributable .Van .Agnew & Crawford' f
Beach, bad been active in the search, bathing: suits up and down the glittering to his capable and devoted : .,"Attorneys.. : 1-
was on the water by sun-up Wednes beach: I I companion. -
day.' Mrs. Seaman and their little ,lion "This jolly sight:) reminds me of the The meeting is to begin Sunday ,r. ..
Dixie and Miss Lillian Enge veers on Hindu fable of the creation of wo- morning November 24, to continue until Ic
the launch "I. B. I)." with him. Mrs. man. It's a fable far more poeticalthan I December 7. All Christians of all
Seaman had arranged to go to Orlando your Christian one, which forms denominations are invited to come and IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, III II II II II 11111111111111 .

that day, but Seaman announcedthat woman out of a man's rib. Listen and I feel at home and co-operate to the .__. -.- '.-. -- .
find the body before if don't with extent of their ability,and influence. .' ...-'
he was going to see you agree me: ;, ; .. j '
he proceeded to Kissimmee and ,, "Twashtri at. the beginning of We 'are hoping and praying that a came to 'Or rice Center' Thursday' to fined eight times, and trtenty'editors eating out of'a plate'that the
Started put to scout along the shore. time" created the universe and man I genuine revival.will come to all.. In. make"'their home. have been sent to prison. since Janu- been fed,,in after it lu:boon 5 .
He had an Jdea that the body had but when he came to create woman he I I I rite your friends. The house will be Mrs. Jack Keen was a :Kissimmee sr with the other dishes.T.o, ,

not gone to the bottom; The lake had found that he had exhausted is.ma4 I rendered comfortable, whatever may visitor' Monday I N hot. .a'i .. .* ; ,' .<., V" ,'" "f'
been thoroughly dragged with barbed terials and no solid elements remain be the condition of the weather. Ser 1 Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.'' L.-J. Munger THINK .OP.ITt A-woman astride a horse 1 100 4''
wire and other implements and paraphernalia j ed. vices will be held twice a day. ('The entertained Rev. G. W.6pahr and Rev. 'There is woman' in town who trim but did you ever see her ,
a
which he felt certain would :,| ,"Twashtri mused a while. Then an I. hours of meeting will be announced G.' A. Branscom,'of Melvinhill,North is so contrary she always our takes the or dismount?' UJ'Oudld., dada ova,
have caught the body had it been under idea came to him, and In order to make later. A. J. HOLT, Pastor.P4'000OO4'A000004000. Carolina. '" opposite side from herhusband.., To think there was a mistake son.$ ,
< the water. His surmise proved the. first woman he took the moonlightand ascertainher.. position on subjectit either In- the clothes' she,w"..;offs bee '
correct About three-quarters of a the undulations of the serpent, Russian Censorship.The is only \ to understand any how ridlnc.thatwayt. ,, ,t. '; '
where the accident the slenderness of reeds and their softmovements d necessary i. THE.CYNIC: .'
mils below the
place ,
press in Russian Poland is he views it. She is sure to be on the .
ORANGE CENTER. < '
occurred, he sighted an object in the wind the tears ofa meeting with drastic treatment by theauthond.s. other side. Think of giving such'a : ";
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which caused him to steer his boat in-- rain cloud the velvet of flower O '' ; ,
'' The Warsaw papers were woman'th. right to vote! A'woman' doesn't have to ._ .
that direction. At first he couldn't'|'" petals the grace of a roe, the tremor 4100000044+ OOOOge6P00 fined 198 times daring_the first seven With eggs at 40 cents a' dozen, boaabout her mind .in order to change. tom'
what it was, but upon of grasses, the vanity of the peacock Mr: Babcock is barn.M..s. '
distinguish building .
months
of this year. Not a single paper a fry for a family with 10,cents! Jct- -4<
drawing closer it proved to be the coat the softness of the down on a dove'sBreast Murphy, of Kissimmee was .
escaped, and the fines amountedto worth. Economicalisn't It 7 In attempting to take lde'ownmany ? jsirt'
of the dead man filled with air, caus- ,, the hardness of diamonds and an Orange Center visitor Wednesday.Mr. $ The Kiev A certain know whole '
0.925. Myse has been man we; -objects tai a man grabs the taHty. '
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ing a balloon-like bag which had served -!i the sweetness of honey, the cruelty of -: and Mrs. L. J. Munger were .. .
to keep the body in an upright position the tiger and the warmth of fire, the Kissimmee visitors Thursday. '
and floating along with the head I cold of snow, the chatter of a jay and Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen I 1
out of water. I the coo of a dove-and out of these I I a daughter, November 14. !YiYiYiYifitL.0! -"- y11! t
". Ladies Help Pull Body Aboard. things. Twashtri created wom.n.i ."- i Mr. John Hewing had charge of K. hri 1 +f
Seaman fastened a rope under the I New York Tribune. i I C. Cash Store and post/office whileI !Ii .
arms of the dead man and cast the i Mr. Hollis was. taking. a few day. va- ""-'
line back into the boat. lIe pulled : And many a decided blonde made a I cation. !Ii
'while the ladies in the boat and his late decision. Mr. and Mrs. Chick, of Virginia, Jfitfi The Downing'Re Co.

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giving trade. Kindly give n* your order by Tuesday morning,1 Nov. 26th, so we can telegraph ., <-.' 'We have for sale city and suburban homes; from\five hundred to seventy-.': ":' ::

for them aDd have them for you Wednesday eyeD llr. Any size yon can ..e. .. J '/five: hundred dollars. Nice: improved farms: for fifteen: hundred: ,\to twenty-five \: I

'''!.' '. Also we will he completely stocked: on thousand dollars. Orange. groves from', one ,to"twenty'-fiv e"thousand'dollars. '

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Raw timber land from ten to one hundred dollars per acre: .h {
Cranberries Fancy Cheese .
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We are offering what we believe' to'.be"th"e: best timber and turpentine;

Nuts of all kinds, New York' Apples: proposition in the State, (write:for description4and'. \! : price,)'aho.iome,4nttrn" nicer. z''

,. T Fresh vegetables ,of all l :Minds well drained and spiendidlylocated: prairie land, at,from: twelve, fifty,.'tra','fifteen

dollars per'acre. This is the cream of the prairie land, in this; section,of,the,State ,'J *:

J Oranges and Grapefruit '. We have some) splendid small colonization propositions. ,that:;'will bear: the. {' ,..
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Fruit Cakes Maldris' for Fruit Cakes' 1' - -' t ... '_:. closest, ....eatllfation., "'-- pr-* .. :; -:-'(T, : v .+ ;'t.,

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r Ki&simmee: Valley Gazette. Orange' and Oseebla counties'. *913; ha* r recently mptet.(hbs ''"OvertheSea

president,.Citizens Bank Ifisgimmee; i Extension" to Key West.an engi.! -
president,'First' National'{ Bank St. neerillg.teat second only in comparison ..

''i"HAlUtlS,: ,,:: _;,:,, Publisher.!! JT. IL REESE, ..... ,:, .:: ''',.. Editor Cloud'; president State. Bank of-11falneaCity to' the Panama Canal, and- the'
If ; exmember1of' Florida' State President of which is Henry M. Flag..
.',.. U JED. EVERT. FRIDAY OFFICIO IN' VALLEY OAZKTTHI BUILDING.' Legislature, 1907 to' 1909 Circuit ler, of the Standard Oil
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b .. :,a,'i'; KIS3IMMBK. OSCKOfaA: COUNTY,. FWRIDAq Company1, one
Clerk, Qsceola: County1905 to 1911; of the greatest developers! in America,
c.i.; SUBSCRIPTION \ATE8:'Ono cop one year'' ,-... ,,'.' ....;,: 11 BO director American State Bank, "Lakeland comparable, to James J.Illllr Any
,'1 One tltlltr. .a-tyambnlM ...........:... -.'* *" One Copy,' thre onths.'_ I>.2 .40, ; president.Donegan Cattle ,,Co., doubt to the of!: .
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; 9 t r -All-communications'except: from our. autborlied correspondents,, mu.t, b*, sheep; cattle and hog ranchman on the branch railroad ia an insult to the Intelligence .
.'''pod t>y, the writer. ? _' '. t .. .. .. Kissimmee prairie. of ,any sane Individual. It +,, +tt,
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s >. 'R. .d for This committee have endorsed their U true that owing to unforseen difficulties ( -
J ct matter->l not bo returned unless called
+ ? faith in this section of Florida-by living in construction, the completion r. ''rn: & ;
f; 'Bnt.r d at the Postofflcrln Kt..lmmee"'Florlda, us ." malt Ur". :' here '''most of our lives,' by their 01. the line' has been delayed,* but in BAKING POWDE 1> WfJUuS4f4 -
II l raising and launching Into'hie our the confident estimation of this com'
a : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22, 1912.. ,' ; .. families. .Our .interests are. almost mittee.,the. line will be. .in,.operation '-
wholly bound up in the future of Osce- to Hunterland early in '1913 and to j}
'' ola county and we are confident that Lake Okeechobee about September, ABSOLUTELYPURE
j rB bare/, of Trade Resents Attack //I I. we have a country second to'none in 1913. The construction of this line I ,

America in which to live and thrive a through a virgin country is of the '
Made' By Winnepeg Free Press country with boundless possibilities{ heaviest material, ninety pound rails hr, a'
b o .r for good honest settlers, and we can being used. In conclusion, we desire Cooking under modem methods and conveniences :" war
in good faith and in real truth honestly i to state we have never in our experience
i 1 i' COMMITTEE COMPOSED OF MOST INFLUENTIAL CITIZENS Invite any capable, hardworkingman'to read a more Inaccurate, untruth- is made so attractive the wholefamily ; '
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come and settle in our county.As ful and malicious attack > ''R
upon reput-
; / N, ,.HOLD'INDIGNATION'MEETING AT BOARD OF representative men and at the almost able people and upon one of the best is becoming; interested. ; l r

i TRADE AND 'FRAME REPLY WHICH unanimous request of our com- known parts of Florida. If we' were
? These biscuits delicious this cake i is
munity, we feel that we can not allow not aware of the well known nuhli are ;
''w/;_.' i WILL BE GIVEN WIDE PUBLICITY. our country to rest under such a deplorable reputation of the Hon. J. Bruce Walker *
3 excellent the father. ul I made them
1 and untrustworthy attack as commissioner of immigration, and says / \
W''fl I that published in the Winnipeg "Free of the world-wide prominence of the '" '
1 i' t" the and both father ,and
cvAt: / 'a called meeting of the Klssim- land company were the cultivation of Press Bulletin," on November 13th, Winnipeg "Free Press Bulletin," we says daughter '
;mee Board of Trade Thursday morn- bees, as there was said to be a great 1912. It is evident to our minds, with would have considered it a waste of
beam with
: t bea.'committee was named to draft export trade in honey, and also the. reference more especially to that par- time to answer the attack. Finally, daughter pleasure. ,
I a reply to an attack in the Winnipeg I raising of the eucalyptus tree The ticular article, that the Hon. J. Bruce this committee considers that the best Powder has made home *&i
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Free Press Bulletin against the lands Kissimmee Valley Railway was also Walker, commissioner of immigration answer to a stupid and unfair attack Baking '
I.. of the Kissimmee section. I la part of the proposition, as it was for Canada, has been misinformed, and which is couched in such general language and
N, ;,iI>1Th.'article in question appeared in I said to be on its way from Maytownto we 'feel as equally confident that he would be to quote the follow- baking a, success, a pleasure a profit, and

I the issue of November 13 of the paper 1 the Kissimmeee country. As a has been misquoted. The article in ing facts culled from the United the best cooking today the world is t:
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named. The publication was evidently matter-of fact, Mr. Walker says that question states that Mr. Walker has States Agricultural Department re ,
$ inspired bad motives and was directed :, it never reached the latter point andit been investigating the Kiasimmee ports. "The average value of all farm done with its aid. '''f'J'
v \ especially at the Hunter Land was',, concluded that it has been lost Prairie. From the tone of the article, products in the following States for ,k
I Co., which has been operating extensively in the swamps. we are confident that his investiga- the .vear 1911 Is given per acre heloyv -
,; ) in Canada in the sale of lands tions are based upon only hear-say : -
i i in> Osceola county held by the court j{ Board of Trade Resolution. statements. We invite Mr. Walkerat "
t 'i A pany.. The attack against the lands ,| Whereas, it has come to the notice our expense; to visit this section Iowa __ --_ _ _- -- -__ $ 12.22 I sure all I'-u'c; :' of I lion J. II. Walker, Commissioner of:
was broad in its scope, however, and i: of the Kissimmee Board of Trade of the country and the Kissimmee Illinois _"'Un. .___ 12.48 warm welcome to O!< Immigration Winnipeg, Canada;. TheWinnipl'g
did not draw any line of demarcation. {i that a certain publication known as prairie to make a personal ,and thor- Missouri u n_ __u__ .9.38 I JOHN M. LEE, Free Press Bulletin; The ,
+ a .The11 lands which were described as ]I the Winnipeg Free Press Bulletin, ough investigation. Mr. Walker is Ohio -__ ._ _ __ ___ __- 13.36 ARTHUR E. Hunter Land Co., Portland, Qre.,
I .: 4t1' .swampy and pestilential were said'to ''1 did in-its issue of November 13, 1912, quoted as stating that between 50 and Florida __ __ .__u. -.--_. 109.76 W. B. MAKINSON.K Minneapolis Minn., and Kissimmee
1i + ',be located at Kissimmee. i print and publish an attack on the <60 residents of Winnipeg have been We could go on indefinitely in this L. LESLEY, Fla.; The lion W. A. McRae, State
i "''Ji'k.meeting: was well attended and lands lying in the Kissimmee "section, defrauded. The article does not statein way but it is sufficient that the average S. L. LUPFER, Commissioner of Agriculture, Tallahassee -
t 'r ; :tiiolutlon! which called for the ap- '', of the State of Florida, asserting' said what manner, but intimates that value of all crops per acre in the C. A. CARSON. ; W. H. Powell, Esq., Secretaryof
,, 'i pointment-of a committee to answer lands to be worthless and pestilential ; they were defrauded by being induced State of Florida] is higher I than in Board of Trade, Tampa; Prof., P..

the attack passed unanimously. The and, to purchase lots in Hunterland, any other State, and in fact no other The Board of ..' H. Rolfs, Director of Agricultural
d .t } )J committee'is composed of C. A. Cur- Whereas, the article published in the an imaginary town-site in Osceola State nearly approached the Stall of Experimental Station, Gainesville;
.I j I son, W. B. Makinson John M. --Lee said Winnipeg Free Press Bulletin County, Florida, situated in lands un- Florida in all-around value of their' The Hoard of Trade Hon. James Wilson, Secretary of
t S. ii Lupfer, E. L. Lesley and ArthurE. having been read/! ,before this Board of der three to four feet of water at crops.' i consider the report of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.; The '
E. Donegan. i Trade and the statements contained deep tide, together with other inaccuracies I Committee appointed to Hon. J. Ingraham, Vice-President,
In
., The:' action of the committee was i' therein being known by the individual and untruths too obvious for presenting this defense ')f the tain attack; upon the and Commissioner of Land Depart. .,
; ; ; prompt,' and a meeting was called later i members of this Board of Trade to bt serious consideration. We herb give Kissimmee Valley against thiii atiuck ley published in the merit, Florida East Coast Railway, St.
N+ in the day and the report adopted, copies false and the malice actuating the pub- the facts' we wish to say a word or two il, u* Press Bulletin in their Augustine.H. .
Of which will be sent to the Winnipeg lication of such an article being so Osceola County is from! ten to 100 the personnel of the Hunter Land Co. ember l.'i, lUtZ) it was Kissimmee"I I: CLAY STANFORD,
t i l' the Secretary obvious be it therefore The company is composed of JaR. A. resolved that the fore
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Free Press Bulletin, to miles from the sea. There are no President Kissimmee Board of Trade.
I'. of the Florida State Chamber of Resolved That committee bebody Hunter II A. Hunter and F. F. Hun.te.r approved and adopted :
: : a tides and the townsite of Hunterland ., LEWIS O'BRYAN. ,
pll pnfiif.nnlly w 1,>11 1 U, <>u-i. (q UB of-aid'- 'and-this I ..
" ...Commerce. to the Florlda papers and named by the president of this ,isnot imaginary, Lug situated ln who have report I Secretary KIsKimmee Boardof Trade.
,>/ t' .to>other interested parties. to draft a reply to the offensive articlein the north-west quarter of Section 29, proven themselves to the forwradeii-to II. H. ; < I Note also that lion. H. Clay Stan.
full
;J'; Below is reproduced in order theattackVwhlch I I'f question; that said committee shallbe Township 35, Range 33, two miles be satisfaction and of this community to of Jacksonville, ' : ford is president of the Florida StateChamber
f- '4 :, 'j was published ,in the composed entirely of those members north-west of Bassenger, a settlementover of individually and collectively] men Florida Slate (Chamber of (Commerce' ; memberelectof
Winnipeg Free Press Bulletin, the report of this Bpard who are personally acquainted sixty years of age. The location ability the best integrity. They have and that the Secretary the (House of Representatives 'Of
of their lives in
li of'the committee and AN, of the. Board of Trade: entire section (of country; that the superior rie ridge about 47.21 feet above mean settling United States up frontier and Canada countries, and the I same to the Florida Himmee, J 1H1! ; president of KissimmeeCity
..,'If'v advantages of the soil and cli- level the latest owe u large I (Jacksonville) ; The
i sea according to sur- Council 1 IiOt!. to !HtOIl! ; dry goods
of their
Winnipeg. People Badly Bitten By mate, and that the resentment and indignation veys. No one in Osceola County land measure prosperity to these I (Tampa) ; Daily Times ( ) ; mercha'nt! .
r 'o \ r ", Florida Alligator. j of this body at the publica- raises crocodiles and alligators. Thereare pioneers. They are most ol/- Daily Journal, ( ) ; "
'(Prom Winnipeg Free' Press Bulletin, j tion of this unwarranted attack on the no crocodiles in Osceola Countv. viously men to whom the welfare of Record, (St. Augustine) ; ; ( ''I
+1:. ,.". November 13, 1912.) I i, Kissimmee section be forcibly expressed The statements in this part of the obligation their clients of first is a moment.consideration and! News, (Pensacola) ; Many a man has I been left a fortune ">
I Iii' (Gainesville) ; who didn't get it. The lawyers '
saw
Bruce Walker, commissioner of ; article display such ignorance and inaccuracy -
immigration' has been investigating> Resolved further, that the report of that we can not believe but Representing the Board of Trad2: (Baltimore, Md.) ; ( H first. ""+"'fjf
l' l the Kissimmee- Prairie homestead en-i this committee shall be returned to a that Mr. Walker has been misquotedin and the people and the business interests tanooga) ; Kissiromee When the aviator explains his .
A'" t f 'terprise, and as result ,uf his in.qutries : called meeting of this body when the his remarks as to Mr. J. H. Neu- of the Kissimmee Valley, we as- and Osceola'I Journal ( ) wrath he has to come down to earth..' '>,
l ..states that between CO and 60 committee shall notify the chairman feld having induced a party of farmers ,
\'< ,: d -) residents of Winnipeg have been defrauded. that the committee is ready and that to leave Saskatchewan in order
,. ,7' .+' They dire induced to buy I the president shall assemble this body to raise alligators at Kissimmee. Kis
"f y lota at $40 each.in Huhterland, said in special session to consider' said re I, simmee is a town of 4.000 inhabitants. rs

,'" s to be an imaginary, town in Osceola port. whose population of happy contented I
i ) e County. Fit._-:d.- .The -farm lands are I I Report of the Committee. people has increased by 1,600 in the
-.r .' V 'of'. 'want) / order, drawing from Kissimmee, Fla., Nov. 21, 1912. past two years. This increase is the
: 'I;; w'" three to four feet of water in deep To the President of the Kissimmee result of its natural attractions hav- F.URNITURE
It. '_ 1id..JIDd1are; only suitable for raisinga Board of Trade: ing been brought to the notice of

,J" * rop of crocodiles and alligators, a Sir: We, the undersigned members northern people by its own citizens assisted -
f y second drop of swamp fever and a few' of this committee, beg to-inform by responsible land companies,
\:' other a cultural products of a similar you 'that we have resided in the Kissimmee including the Hunter Land Co. so unjustly -
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} : !t"t'.. nat No Mr. Walker states that he section of the State of Floridaas and falsely attacked. To pro-
11,. ''la app; tog for a warrant for the ar- residents of Orange and 'Osceola ceed with the facts, there is no J. H. AT COST
r ,. nit of a\> man 'named G. H. .Neufeld, counties for periods varying from 20 Hunter' in Minneapolis selling lands "i'/ "
.; j ir who ha i been operating at Kamsack to 30 years. By our occupations; suc- in" this part of Florida. Mr. J, A. ,
,; ,I Saskatc ewan.. Mr. Walker states cess in, and experience of the whole Hunter, a resident MaenniolpaUpi
I a that a short while ago NeuTeld induceda county, knowledge of resources of the Hunter, a resident of Minneapolis anda
party'of farmers to leave Saskatchewan State and of the South at -large, we frequent< sojourner:. in Kissimmee,
+' and so down and raise alligators j believe that we can speak with knowledge who spends months of his time each Never before in the Kissimmee
'at KUsimmee. Recently] Neufeld told and truth of the social, commercial year in this part of Florida, and whois history'of has Furnitureand
;th St. Maul Dispatch that a score of I and agricultural conditions of a tax payer and resident owner of .
( business tmen Were leaving Kamsack South Florida, and more particularly this town, does sell Florida lands. The Household Goods been sold at such
and going to settle Florida.. This, of the Kissimmee Valley. statement quoted as coming from Mr.
$r Mr. Walker, states, Is absolutely un- 1 This committee of successful men, Walker as a fact is therefore abso- : marvelously low
7)L) ( true- aa ,no business men have left I,I who all started life in Kissimmee lutely untrue. We do not know who figures.
..KamsackThe commissioner says !,, Valley from small beginnings, have Mr. Kuehn is, but if the article has ..
that the town is one of the most ,i I been engaged in the following pursuits quoted him correctly, we should judge : There U not an out-of-date or shop-worn article in our store, but everything we offer

thriving and progressive in the northern : sheep raising, cattle raising, that no reliance whatever can be placed ia of the very best material' and aa knows there is
t, '..part Saskatchewan. I hog raising, truck, fruit and general on his statements. Any general : everyone an enormous profit made on
N T Jn,' addition,, to the Saskatchewan I i farming, lumber and turpentine industries statement which condemns( the whole furniture, thia is an opportunity of a lifetime to furnish your home complete with little .. .
t ;farmer the commissioner says he has dairying, farming, wholesaleand I country as being poor soil and white money.
r cwt "f.'found., out .that between 60 and 601 I retail business, and banking, and sand is inaccurate, especially as this
t ,' r( residents' 'Winnipeg) have,, been bit- j! we believe we have made a success particular soil to which Mr. Kuehn is
!ten"-by. the same Kissimmee alligator. in the Kissimmee Valley generallyand supposed to refer to has raised hun- $4.5O "
'The sale of the lands in Winnipeg, Mr. Osceola' county: particularly. We dreds of thousands of cattle which IRON BEDSTEAD$ ---- BOWLS AND PITCHERS__-__ 80 C
r+t d. :er say.'has been carried on by have all been familiar for years with have supplied the Cuban market for

IAN p a .' ,Hunter, 202 Andrus Buildipg, all of this section, including the' Kis- more than fifty years past Fortunesin $6.50 '
and John H. Clark simmee cattle have been made BUREAUS ____ ______ <
apolis;,I by Prairies, and it is our com- on the Kia- u LAMPS -__ __1___ $1 1 .15 .
solicitor'at Brandon. Hunter, bined and individual opinion that any simmee Prairies. With reference to - --
: .1' Walker says: U the great "pooh man of average Intelligence and ap- the statement in the paragraph head- ,

Il rf d "''ti;, of, Hunterland' although -aa aEit plication should be sure of making a ed "Portland Money the ques- DINING TABLES _______ $4 .00 I
t f M .r'. .of fact he never leaves Minne- good living in almost any part of this : tion of a value of a lot in HunterlandIs PLATES Per Do:.__________ 40 C :
,,, section of South,Florida. Holding as of course a matter of opinion. This ". 4. -'
y ":\ /,Walker'further states that last l we have in the past years the following committee has satisfied itself that KITCHEN TABLES $2.25
44 Is I"" meeting of Winnipeg investors responsible positions in this there are today several thousand sensible u___ ;CUPS .35C :
d 'I r :....-heM In. the Credit Men's Associa section of, the country, we feel that people who have invested in and SAUCERS, Set .._,
;)i.t t, I tion'fooma, 616 Ashdown Block; there we are competent to speak for the lands on the Kissimmee prairie' and $ 1'.00
a ) I:; !it ta. decided.to demand their money whole population of this part of Flor- who are satisfied that they have ob- ROCKING CHAIRS ___n

x f+ ,; l' ."., 'p';.:',...tblldc.\c.rX1m.,: a contractor, of 711 I ida. We would not lightly put our tained full value for the amount of TOILET SETS, 12 Piece._ $ttffI SO' ;
y '"t a Avenuei one of the num- names to a document of this sort with their investment. In a neighboring .
A c >b .l nt .inrwriti this property out being absolutely convinced of its town of this section, namely St. STRAIGHT CHAIRS _nn___ SOC .,'
:or," '. ItiI .P''} H ;'and to another truth. The following is a public record Cloud, Iota which were purchased two 30" ',"
A ; ,01!. the party, he said\ "I re- of this committee: years ago for' about the same priceas BROOMS -u________ C .',
i ,ii "your letter on behalf of the HON. C. A. CARSONExStateSenator Iota in Hunterland have increasedin SAFES cr4 00
land...:,You=Would like to have from Orange and Osceola value from 100 to 1,000 per cent.' --------------- I

.I Information of the land. I have Counties: President'Columbia College Similarly) in Okeechobee, a new townon HAMMOCKS ___ ___ $.:; 00 9'
4 M tt .over' the land but I did not Lake City; President; State, Bank ofKiasimmee the Kissimmee Prairie, lots are today C 1 85 nu .
/ & r f,, lace ''where a''' person could ; President, City Council, for sale at from $100.00 to $460.00. BED SPRINGS _______n 'J> 1 Icr

t ), i lying because' thesoil is sot Kissimmee, from 1893 to'1900; owner With reference to the next paragraph
i Y 'nothing can be grown on of 7,000 head of, sheep now grazing ,in which Mr. Walker is saidto eOO ZINC WASH TUBS--------- 40c i.i;
; It is'af'whita sad In regard on the Kissimmee prairie. say "that five investors saw the MATTRESSES __un tpe:; '
J. to-the climate* in winter it is warm S: L. LUPFER-County Treasurer, land and offered to trade the whole ''
bat*"In summer it 1 is very hot. Osceola l CountyManager; Osceola [ lot of it for the worst slough' in Manitoba TRUNKS $4 00 ?
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is ;*< t ,: ) : ; Demanded Mone7Back.. Hardware Co.; formerly general .truck f ," we can only think that this is _.. RUGS ___________n_______ 45 C -- -_-__----- }. ;i
!t4'i, i t was the-result of Kuohn's visit farmer. an exaggeration on a par with the ,
F : *"Mr:Walker*aaythatthe: -inrestoraf JOHN MrLEE-For 22-yeant" -I stotthetnaceoJ'llcie.eontain1drnthe - ":':'

'i S < !"fedecided demand their money back, of the Circuit Court of Brevard and article which this committee so PI'LLOW.S8'0'c TRAVELING BAGS =-___ S2.OO ; '6
"?aad Hunter aent a deed for a lot sup Osceola Counties: Vice-President, strongly reprehend. As for the last r.
.* T>osed to' be worth $60. As a matter State Bank, Kissimmee; Presi- paragraph, from local and personal r '
"i.fu of fact the investors came to the con'on dent-manager Lee-Parsons Cattle experience we know that bee culture is I" $6.50'SUIT atia
.tJ, ''i r that it WM worth about 1.6 of Company, operating'on the Kis very profitable. The reference to the STOVES, COOKING,____ CASES --n___ $3.50 : .
,( 1 :,; y ' nt piece and would not'dream of simmee prairie; owner of Southportand cultivation of eucalyptus trees in the
; 1- 't gt, It to. anyone except,their other orange groves; member of article is most misleading, because ; J I "

F (r; ..- J.', / ; ..m,.. The deed itself, had re.iv:1r Board' of Trustees of Sutherland College this committee after a personal investigation STOVES, HEATING, .... $ 1 C' 5 REFRIGERATORS $11.901 1 '\ \ 4
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+ ; :; w to Lot 9, block 8, Hunterland.: '" on November 16th 1912, .. ;
I -4a; lo1iValker..Lthat.Jllof,tha : X.ELEYr-Cbairwath.Osceota&unty .. { ;
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( ,aL.ihe &ucftlyptus-.trees growing on ,
":,111' : +II, : 1i. ipeg. investor who went and saw ) ;Board of Commissioners from the Hunter Land Company Demon- .These good are going fart;although thU "ACTUAL 'COST SAL i&'*his en' ;: '

,rJt t '; 4e -:;came"bac:1; 'and offered to 1905 to 19H;'director, State Bank of stration farm on the Kissimmee Prai- E on but.one day. Be quick if :you want to buy good good at low prices t:. ':
,(, ., \ J (/ !i\i..;, the Whole )<>>t of"it for the. wont tCUsimmee: ;'owner of 16,000 head of rie, and from< the evidence apparent / t ;
y '"' Ir% : ; \ \ \ h"",I In 'Manitoba.;;' 'and .concluded cattle ,today'ranging on ',the. .Kissimm in .other parts of Florida have ..n..i. t
tin a; I:" 'l'1\S\. .the ;would' hare good bargain .*'nrairie.. : )o the conclusion'that few more profit- 1 I
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:' '. ..t' &a. )'Two *ha local In- Ag' v investment* could be made. The "CLAYTON"GOnWrl : :
1 '. t ,!. eeted IJWO and 2a, nenta regarding the Kissimmee

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Y Telephone No.,11 then Chills and If taken erected on. Stewart avenue bY) H. Clay' WILLING TO; ,RESIGN: ell by, the Board *f ''l'rad.'J' DATCFOftRtC t f51
.e a tonic the Fever will not re- Stanford and B. C. Miller are practically : <"'
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Pric haveMr.
'PublIshed''Every''Fliday' By ,Z5_cents- tf completed,'and will .be; occupied, r ,Lee. "I do .1IO .see that T1a

M. f* S"3ertTf, who has been 'a by December 1 'with. up-to-date. mercantile SAYS CITY ENGINEER we can do anything more than w* hav*
'W",R HARRIS.'. visIt .to his parents here for on /firms.. j' done., The- contract for the ditch has
a short
1I beenlet and tII.,work, ',. -
time will
=- : returned to his homiest Gainerille *-' Fred W Segerstrom, of'Minneapolis'Minn. begin as
, on :Wednesday ., was in the city a few day the' soon as Mr. Hamilton .return and .. 'The 'arst reception to'be held at the
600400040000U004 IF WORK( 'Nol w* get the ,right of from
,' .. E. .1 Lesley past week, and stated' that an unusually -. ; IS CORRECT justed." v way him ad- I Chapter House will be the venlnfof'. .
returned to the "
f Weather Report Monday from city large number of homemakers The Mr. Hamilton \o Tuesday December >3,1; t ."
weeks referred is
a
: nt at his Kissimmee I The date',
ranch headquarter from the northwest 'would. visit absent from the which ,was} agreed -..**v
city. Howns
part, of the county.! jn' the. southern- . .tbiewinter.NoticeD, LUDLAM OFFERS TO PAY EX. land through which the ditch outsideof the :I was decided' later to be'un{>rop4t nis!

'ii f P' Following are the daily l tam., ; ',' Earl Kenyon, ofa Narcoossee Winn now has his of- '|I'I'PENES,, OF ANY .:'COMPETENT the city limits will run. era for!several events reasons pubUchtereat.for, as, there tt. ass tfce,: '; ;

perature. and precipitation u ;; [' a few day In the city this week spent the flee up starts in the new Willson'build-' :ENGINEER:WCHECK tJP. same date which' were not.known' of '
ii the : vest of Mr. tog, where he expects to be for office ANNIVfRSARY.PARTY 'at the, time, the dats'was originally'
reported by, Government and Mr. Paul Yates, on HIS ESTIMATES:
North Main hours from' 10 to 12 a.' no..and 2 to chosen. 'The date first fixed was Tues
,
' s >,, ,taUon at Klssimm. for: the ' street 4 p.. m.' His office phone is No. 87.' V TI I day evening of next week. The recap e ", .rf ,.

.'week,ending Nor: 21. 1912. J M' T Labat.teL representing the His residence phone is No. .33.48tf,I. FOR, POPULAR COUPLE i lion ;will be'!held, a week)later:;; c, 100404040tf50000000

1. ,$4L M IL sate < > lanta Ddoson, Ga.Printers', was in !the city Co.Wednesday. of At Geo.* O. Dean'and wlf'and their' said"I City h.ve"bee Engineer unjustly k.j H. Ludlam attacked, referring ": .. -... -:- ..0u ".--.- ,... -

.Friday./, 77 .63, . calling upon the ,rada... niece Miss of last Kellog week, arrived''Fridaynight from Nashville' : to the castigation he'received MR. AND' MRS. Al W, WINS: ,RECE1VE ,- tt

Saturday ,. '78 '49 '',,at the hand of several member of the, :
I ;,, H John II. Payn shipped ''a bronze Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Dean are 'regular Kiaslmmee Board of Trade at A PLEASANT,
;; 'Sunday.,..i."" 73 63. . grave cover to Pine Castle this week winter residents he..* -.nd own a, meeting. .' .a recent SURPRISE ' 0SPECIAL"SALE', ,; V :>*', t rO

Monday M.'. . 78 63 and sold a fine large one to be placed beautiful home on 'Emmett street. r| '"I am willing ,to.P.T' the, expense jJy-_ of /" . *,

; Tuesday.;,.; ... 78 50 in a cemetery b\ Illinois By reference to the; advertising'columns of any competent engineer who may The home of-Mr.-and Mrs."'A. ,W .0 CHILDRE..o.-r''$.HATS +*.!' ,

'Wednesday.Thursday ... ,77 65 Hon. W. of this issue it will be seen that be selected to come to Kissimmee and
.j J. Sear, vice grand chancellor ,Winn was the scene of a pretty,surprise 4 Will begin SATURDAY; NOV *
checkup work and to send in ;
,,, .,. 78 63 1.95 of the Knight of Pythia for Clayton &: Godwin are selling theirenttre'stock : resignation my if it !. ,not found to.be correct my- '' party last Saturday, night, the a ,," 23, at the' '*>
Florida, left Tuesday to attend the of furniture' household occasion being the celebration of their Millinery 'Parlors of *>
xLri '; v 0 fr district convention of that order. goods at cost, that firm intending twenty-fifth wedding,anniversary. a :. 1 ,
w.
"The member of the Board
who
to retire from that line of business I
c A goodly of relative and 0 :
The criticised the slope of the ditch, for company MR8'Y..1L FARMER,0.:
Rev. David D. Kiddl-will hold '"
friends
\' 4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITHE services in the Episcopal church G. D: Boone and wife spent tb d4. which contract has recently' been let had been invited, and when i0
I Sunday next. Morning on week end at the home of S. J, Trip- by Council seem to assume that the these began on by one to arrive! it 0, Style the latei t,,.Ptieee'the',0' '

:; LOCAL HELD.HIIIIMMIIIIIIIIMIillt litany and sermon at 10:30 prayer o'clock., one lett near Narcoosse Mrs. Boone will side were to be perpendicular, They soon dawned upon the recipient that ,Lowest 't\+t '
: they to become
were the hosts of .
remain there throughout the' week, have done thmselve and an 48-lt. >,
phi ahem -enthusiastic crowd of well-wisher ta040000,000 > *++>4>4>4>,
H. C. Stanford Co. now have the while Mr. Boone returned to the city me an injustice when they go ,
, f rt agency for the famous Hopp Grade on the early train Monday morning. and criticise work that' failed Music, recitations and songs became 3 ",''1/j/1"// t'f
about the order of the hour and.each
Overalls. 481t'W. to inform themselves' one
tar Seats for the lyceum lecture,, course i "All that they had to do wa to present entered joyfully into the spirit
Handsome belt and F. II '
' Lawson, pins. 48-lt 1. Barber, of St. Cloud, who was 'may be reserved before each enter- look at"the profile and they would have of the evening. One of the most,interesting I

elected to the office of county tax assessor tainment at Roberson's drug store seen that the slope provided for wa features was the expressions .. .
t Yf Hear: the ladies quartette at the at the recent election was without extra charge. School pupils 'a 60 per cent. incline which amount of appreciation past pleasant 1 !
1
, tonight transacting business in the city Mon will be admitted for 25c, but reserved to 6 3.4 inches of incline for 'every memories, and the wishing of many i \ : ..
Airtime ' day. seats for these will be 25f foot of depth. The strange thing future joys. If ever Mr. and Mrs. I >

Have you -seen those pretty coat extra. ;I about it Is that some of them Winn had even a slight doubt as to
suit at Stanford'T 48-lt Kisimmee Auto Garage and Machine i ing:,. I understand, that there are i ino say the heir,; they occupied in the heart I -
Company will do anything in The Woman's Missionary Societyof at all and others of friends,' it surely must have . 5.a
W. H. Brokaw with Griffing Brother lathe or machine work for you for the Methodist church will observe slope are condemning been entirely banished long before this i
because the i la
me slope too radical
the tree people 40tf. automobiles, boats, and all other ma next week as a week of prayer for I :What the Contract Price Includes. part of the program wa completed. : DEPARTMENTSTORE a

chinery. 15 tf foreign missions. Subject Monday af- i' "Another said Mr. Ludl.m"which Rev. A. M. Chisholm spoke delight I
Dr. M. J. Hick paid a professionalvisit ternoon The Far East; Wednesday afternoon the people thing, should have called;;;! fully, concerning ,the esteem'in .which ..
to Tampa Monday. i The sidewalk contractors are doingexceedingly -
on I Mexico; Friday afternoon, they are held.in, the community'
' to their attention "TiMIBoard of ....
rapid work, and if they Brazil. wished them ,theyears r <
Mis Maude Tabor is spending they keep up their present pace their entire I Trade had something to say about the to every, happiness

, week with friends at Rosalre. contract will be completed by Norman Parker, who moved to KIs- 1 contract for cutting the ditch, and the Dr. S. come W. Downing ,also
cpngratulated ,
1. simmee Geno Kans. short time contract had not at that time been '
January : from a .
) them upon the
For really bigdividends, insert a : has leased ground In KissimmeePark made and is only being drawn up today completion of the .
ago ; ,
want ad in the Valley Gazette. Miss Jacox passed through the city and is planting a large acreagein (Thursday). They criticised the added quarter century his of wedded life} and '

Tuesday en route from Daytona to her vegetables, among which is twelve price of 19 3-8 cents per cubic yard sparkle to speech by a poem, 4
Just arrived 'men's and women's made for this
especially event. !
home at Clelf.l'l ont. She had been for excavation, losing sight of the fact I
a in which abund-
acres cabbage, yields
boys' and misses' sweaters. F. II. On behalf of the Ladies' Aid of the ,
visitor, at that ,.
delightful resort for I that this price includes digging the
in this soil.
antly . .
I Christian church Mrs. '
I>awson. 4 8-It some time past. ditch according to profile adopted by S. B. Aultman '" .. ,

Mr.. C. L. II T ...in".., p.. t"r Q( Ollt Council, ploeing the uiateiial wlien excavated preaentd p.n.satd appropriate gift-' ., .. .(,\ .
U1.aUJc.t.1ll'1le4..QesdaJ.Cfrom -Mnr.-.J-f7; 6f Tampa, is the Numerous other present were left by .,',A.A -
church left for the
Tuesday of
brief .visit to her on right way, leveling ", .'1
a parents at Methodist 'Y"V" "tfi' ,
guest of her friend, Mrs. II. C. Stanford theguests.
Lakeland.J. to assist the local ministersof it down and making a roadway with ,01, , ,
this week. Mr. Fox 'is Dainty refreshments were served .
''
expectedup that in 6-inch ,
place holding a grand revival a crown. ., i.,'''!; -
W. Squires, cashier of the :I'irst the latter part of the work to return meeting. Mr. Gaines will return < 'I think it unfair and unjust to and each one departed wishing- Mr. > ;>' ", :,
' t home with her.B. in time to hold services in his in the and Mrs. Winn many more happy P' .. "
National Bank at St. Cloud was a visitor pounce upon any one manner ".If'-.
church here I years of wedded life 'J; ., ." .
to the city Tuesday. Sunday.A that was attacked without asking a \ f
F. Miller of Orlando in .
the
was The following is Dr.
I question and without getting the facts Downing'spoem ,' ,'.,,.I!
Capt. J. F. Farriss, of St. Cloud, city the Tuesday Wood eck completing his lease for new mercantile firm will be addedto straight. Let them send for a competent .: w. '\ <.. :. ..., "
spent Saturday in the city attending building on Stewart our city on November 30th, the engineer, and I will his ex- ark . a
t to private business matters. avenue, where he will open a howling Greater New York Store opening in sea and send in my resignation pay if Twenty-five year have come and gone, ,: ... .: f.. .
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alley on December 1. the brick building adjoining Fraternity he pen finds that I am incompetent by the Since you to the altar led, . '. "of :\' .t
Delia Clark and A Hall that date with full line I' Your Lady.Love, with the of blue
company. fuar- Charles M. deMartine collector on a work that I have done. ayes '"
the Pastime deputy. Who blushed she said exclusiveKissimmee /: :n
nteed attraction at of internal revenue for this of dry goods, clothing, shoes and "I wish to say in this. connection as tenderly .
y'' ,"" "at.d y evening next. district with headquarters at Gaines notions. See their advertisement on that When I am criticised for the sidewalk That you for good or for bad she. ,1'1"' -' .. .,<

l II. Fleming and Dozier Keitner left ville was here this week looking after thelast! page of this issue.' I grades that I didn't fix a grade Would would cherish take. all life '\ : ,\ .,

Tuesday morning for a few days duck our local cigar factories.The I II. C. Stanford, president of pur for a directed sidewalk or make a profile. Iwas "Until death dost you thou part through," the Minister ,-, agents'. .", ...... .';..,., ,..."
to the 'furnished
use estimate '

:j shooting on the lower lakes. Nelson Realty Co. reports the I Board Lakeland of Trade last, attended the banquetat me by Council and I used them, said, ..' ."t-, "'':, ; ..' "-;..,
sale this week of three five-acre\ night given by the Then pronounced you man and wife :. '_
Capt J. M. Gardner attended the district -I tractsof 'Hoard of Trade of that city. Mr. Stan- j but I am on record as protesting that \ r
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convention of the Knights of land in Pinedale to homeseekers some of them were wrong." .
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for is also J.
I president of the State
Twenty-five I Is long long
a ,
from Kansas, who will at once begin I years inn
at Eustis on Tuesday night. Cost -
Pythias of the Ditch.
I improving their properties. I Chamber of Commerce, as well as the I time, ,A ,. r
List .house for rent with Mrs. : newly elected' member of the Houseof The city engineer says that the'esti- To the battle of life l '
;your
;M. Summers. 45 tf Mrs. C. W. Barrett returned Jast Representatives of Florida for this mated cost of. the ditch i* $11,660. It And still remain the hero'true,' '

i i' Sunday night from North Dakota. county. I I call for an excavation of ayprom'mately Of your faithful, trusting wife, '

There is. a mark of individuality She was accompanied here by Mrs.. I 60,000 cubic yards, which at And twenty-five year was just a*

it about i those new fall suits at Stan- Boughton, of Fargo, N. Dak., who ,will Geo. A. Branscom last from Melville reached the Hill cityon N. the contract rate will make the long; .. 'fdr ." ,:
ford's. 48.1t remain throughout the winter. Friday ,amount Of the amount to be excavated To, you as H was to hint. -
C., and Monday purchased the, Tom .11,000 cubic yards He beyond the But where love reigns, time doesn'tcount > ail
+ LJ" A, Tent, Bs enting Frost & Tom Moseley,and wife and their Moseley orange and' grapefruit grove city limits and will be paid for by the e " 5 "hSiveet

', McNab,1' commlskHii merchants of sister, Miss Minnie Moseley are moving on Shingle Creek. Mr. Branscom left County Commissioners The length of Nor the aging eye grow dim. 'I' (
New.York, has beer Klsslmme this into the city this week from Shin Tuesday to -close out his businesl the ditch will be about two and one-: ;> .if kr

r weeILt. ,, gle Creek. They will occupy the old in North Carolina and move his fam- half miles, about two miles of it being This life we live 'hai m.ny'a: hill,. ,
ily here. They will arrive about Dec- -_ .
Moseley home on Oderhold street. within the city. Which only the strong can climb . it
The A. C. L. frel ht office has installed cember 1.Layman's. Contract Is Drawn. And where two hearts beat true. to the -t. : ' !P
a Wales visible adding andlisting The brick and concrete store build- I last, .
x W. erected W. B. Makinsonon meeting at Methodist J. P. ,Middlemas.! the successful bidder -
machine purchased through ing being by Tis beautiful grand sublime. Overalls !! :
church I met with Council Wednesday ,
afternoon
48-lt Sunday 3 o'clock. ,
G. Hankins. Broadway are nearing completion, Yes
twenty-five years is a good, long .
I Missions. invited. evening and discussed the slope of the .
and will add materially to the business Subject, Everybody time v. t
,
Senator-elect Arthur E. Donejtan aspect of that noted thoroughfare This will be a joint meeting with the ditch banks as proposed and advocated But friend- here hope and ; 1
went to Orlando on the noon train music and a very interesting program. '\''a change. The representative of a trust your I : '1.1

, e Tuesday to attend to important business -i J. W. Smiddth and wife arrived last : Ladies especially are invited. Special ditch cutting machine company ap- That both, have full They are.strictly ,
matter I week from Jellico, Tenn. They will Ladies' Home Mission Society, and the pared as an advocate of' a circular you five may twenty-. ,
remain until late and I ditch, which his machine cuts. Coun- more. '
spring ,
perhaps Strangers cordially invited. Geo. F. '
I Ere laid to 'neath the
Th Judson grove on Shingle Creek permanently, as"they are highly pleased Parker President.Mr. j cil called upon Attorney P. A. Vans you're rest : '
has been sold to J. T. Elder, of Scotland with Kissimmee and surrounding : Agnew to know if it ':Nere within the dust. : ,* .

'' Ga., the sale being made by country.Rev. and Mrs. Marshall Price spenta I province of Council to change the He Was All Re.d i '
Criner & Seiver.Postmaster specifications which the bid had ,
: few days this week in Jacksonville upon
Father Fox of Orlando A banker in Central Kentucky was
1 will '
been accepted. The contract was "
I the of Mrs. Price's brother Union made 1
guests .
: Frank Vans Agnew was come to Kissimmee on Saturday Nov. Senator Nathan P. Bryan. Mr. Price, drawn Thursday and signed. A bond in the habit of wearing his hat a good ,

among the prominent Kissimmeeites 23, will have devotion and confessionin returned to Miami, Mrs. Price of $2oob was fixed by Council for the deal in business hours, as in summer '. 4f. k
who honored Orlando with their pres- the evening in the church. He will former going faithful performance of the contract. the flies used his bald pate for a parade .: 's..
to Kissimmee her home "
ence..on Tuesday. say mass Sunday morning at eight where she will,l make-a visit of two, The work will begin as soon as the breezes ground, and In its winter the cold and. sell' .\' '- J. .; T.
o'clock. swept over polished'surface. .
weeks to her sister Mrs. Charles A. machinery can be assembled. ', .
.
W. L Campbell, Democratic execu- : r
rl .committeeman for the Campbell The Pastime will give a matiheo C.raon.-MI.mi Metropolis. Has Nothing to Say. A negro workman on the railroad for / : ,:"

district, was transacting business in Saturday at 3 p. m, at which time a John M. Lee, chairman of the special each week presented a check and drew : "v.' ,
'tie,city Wednesday. two-reel feature "The Man Hunt," will Criner & Sevier report the sale recently I committee 'supervise.. the ditch s, and one day a* he put his . ...,,",,)
fie exhibited in addition to the regular of two lots in Nixon & Carson matter, was asked by a Gazette repre- money a'greasy wallet, the banker } } ,

''if bake your own bread, bis- program. Something special in music addition to Ivy Hardenburg, of Kansas sentative if he bad anything to say in said: "Look here, Mose; why don't I One Dollar > ;> ,

colt,you roll or paltry, you must have will also be given. The Goose Girl and to'John Boyce, of Chicagothe you let some of that motley stay in the :.. . JJapair.
8-acre Of \
a the belt flour In order to. secure the puzzle sent out by the managers orange grove Walter I bank and keep an accountwith u*'"
best results, White Clover Flour a* : proved to be a taking bit of advertis Moseley, on Shingle Creek, also to A. The darky leaned toward l him and '

advertised in this paper i* guaranteedto ing.. Matinees will be given each day and Fox, of grapefruit Montana, the Coneliur on Shingle with a quizzical look at the derby the .. ," :\ : '4
it T .48-lt next week. grove banker wore answered confidentially: .': .
be better. Why not try Creek. All of these gentlemen will Y ,
"Boss, I'ze jes' afeared. You look .
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make their homes here and Mr. Fox FRESH
like was always! ready- to start
. you A.
will at once begin the construction ofa DAY somewheres..'-Chicago Examiner. ;:,-.." )"" ':' ,
'I handsome residence on his property.H. i.....-;, '
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None Too Soon I
G. Bartlett, representing the banking Perturbed Diner-"What .on earth ; >r, ,, t.' l 4'
pair ,, '
: firm of Terry, Briggs & Slayton ,1
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PASTIME of Toledo, has been in Jussimmee this New Tomatoes waiter the T matter First with give you this me the evening fish ' ''. .,1, .,':.,, i
yon 1 or
I week with his :
friend
visiting ArthurE. 'J 1 .
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and the the -
now give me ; "
I. New Lettuce you soup ', ,
'N' : ," t
Donegan, president of the Citizen'sBank' .
Waiter given ,. .
(confidentially)-"Well, to '
The Toledo bankers ; : ;
purchased tell you the truth, sir, it was 'igh time :' :'. ,
% New .
'I the issue of Cabbage
'ii THEATERI recent general notes ' '" t '
from the Citizen's Bank which bought you 'ad that fish. -The Sketch, "" .. >. .

I them from the city. Mr. Bartlett was New Radishes ifihev., rip' ,
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on his way to expected !. de IrMilt CMI .* j TUESDAY NOV. 26 to bid on the bondIssue recently New PotatoesNICELOTFRESH Jmtlrtmt limit .f th* 5d.t..5 Kl.rM l' ,,',,0\.\. ,"
1'i 7' authorized by the voters of that city., *. I..d t'HAIs l.C1cKv.Haler rIN O.e..l.. C.uaIy, 'j" J

,'1,1.F Lad C.-.y. a IIIne.N. ): ,"
i J. F. Kale and J. H. Elliott arrived.IaKiaaimRMeltlolHl.ylromWal'reJtj ( rp ratl.., C..plai..t, """ '
..M,\ - ... > - -AA- ,

,- --i 0., and have spent the week looking Amutmiu appearing J. Uvld.Jt from. Heq.aerat.the affidavit of , :':" \
SALT MACKEREL ;>:"
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[ DELtA CLARKE II I over the lands about ,this city with a Solicitor for Complainant herein duly ,
view to making their homes here. '' flied. that Amanda J. Gould Respond. i'J'' ; j' .
OFCOMEDIAN5 IN Mr. Kale has been the Val- ant herein, rmldfm beyond the limit* .. :..
,ANPCOMPANY receiving of the State .of Florida: that her r *fdene ". ,.. '!t't'J ,
ley Gazette ,and says that a great SHAKER' la at Sterling In the Stat of l' .'11; ."
many people in his section :of Ohio IlllBoiai: that she la over th.- ate of I ;\.,.', t' .

-. . are interested and are coming to FlorIda ft twenty-one person In the yean atat; and* of that Florida-there le upon nd ; .
during the winter. Some of them whom1 the ervlc* of aubpoena would r
r are ,..wlitlnahi.* report before deciding. be binding; upon said K..pond nt,' It Dann s' '
et t,w la llwr.forq ordered that Amanda 'J.
9 He says he .is'- happy to say Hom.-Growl Fruits bald.app.ar..t..tt>* Bill .-Complaint .a, Y .z./ I'IA! : ,
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that' M has nothing butfavorablathtnge { '. flied In the abov cana*. on or before
tG report. Monday the *th day of January. A. D.
A COMEDY IN. FOUR ACT3BY' > ..: .:....---- _.- - Itlt the Mrti.'being tbe rule day of
this Court otherwise lbs alUritlona of "DepartlUllit ;
DELLA'CLARKE.t1 aid bill will betaken as confessed by ,
l' A CARD. & aid Respondent:' r -.-'
.' .. .' 9 Damn DannGTtlD'GEiRS IT IS rURTHKRpM!> :RBD that this

( W ? desire to thank, those who, so ANee be 'publied. In or.1*l iL uur con.eev.

kindly expressed their'sympathy.Dd--. Ui.elee.. Ry.111.bW a taKleiyammet .

i ? SOc. assistance and floral offerings.at the' ? ) :' Oae toantri w etb
Bak..y
1.00
=
} ; NRR 0w1r S 1.50r ,Bdua Stare; time of the death of our on' and r. : Job ,r..at t not :.-

Sdit.r at Ateeraa's) naraey.., brother,' W.' E. Overstreet. '- -.- ,.\ barD''a I +""pf" ;? tbb rl.td.mall cal. .lab.t M D' Init. ".,... 7'. .
:' Kgeaw".."stile al.a- .. MR..A$D.MRS. M, OVEHSTRJETr: ;' ; Brodjr. '" . 1 (
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''Maximum tax levy 4 mills/recetved . '

f IS vote :
[ (Signed)! ri.e'

.Ii il/At/ "tic.r Pains J(; D STORY; inspector.t Application. and Demand for Florida" Lands. .Cannot Be -: -" -1 '"
*m vhmv vi vpVkB JLVeB p t G. L. SULLIVAN, Inspect Beautiful'City uiVEcIC
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, '. H. C. HARRELL: Inspect. Appreciated By You Until You Have Visited Our '

t T v .are qukkl7' teHeved by'an application of Sloan''a IRA WETHERBEE, Clerk {j! ". . . ," ,t0 '
..LuumenU: You doQ't need to rub )just on'' The, Board that 'said .elec- ", 1 'f' I :
r lay finding -;.-' ., .. .. : L
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1 I yilghdy" It penetrates'at:.once. toBeat'bt tlon was conducted According to law. 70"-:'"r ",. .
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t tb0 the rouble.. and that Ira Wetherbee, ,. ,D. Story I, .
; and G. U Sullivan had received the! ,'. ''t\\ ,>, /
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.. Proof largest number votes "
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Jf. trusteea'i)
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declared them elected as .0.1. : rt ;
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k i 11 r 'h' )f",1ts.sla MrrHaYV4ii9, Talman the next two '<',,/ " Jij'' ; "1'C. .
''g said''district for' years. 'I'' "' : :
+ : 111.,write About
+ I ve*Chicago' two Th -maximum. levy of four:: (4))_ '.'\ 1'' i J .'j' ': i. '
I ,,1 :jreara ago my mother;broke down with received the highest r' TEEE1' : AY :, ., , ...... , I ;
mills num- I .
having ". '
4' bsunut4m..The doctor didnt do any ; , -" r J" """ ,10"",""'" ,
. mother ber of votes and three ((3)) mills being ." '. ;. "
Iood M/ *'a* persuaded to try " ./ \ ,:\ ",: '
I' ;. Sloan'. liniment,, and in t1>... week the maximum levy permitted under " \f 'I .
4 + 11 teas entirely well'-and I .believe she. .Is,, the law the Board upon motion unanimously -I ;, ,. :
;, ; .cuia4 forever." - carried placed the millage' ,'. .... :.
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+ t for'the next two years. at three ((8)) I ' "., I
J T1 9 Read J'roaadI mills. REALTY CO.Wbolesalert

1, '. ,Mss H.,,E.L1n0llaurGUroy.Callf.., .. -_ There being no further business.the I : : : :
t l 1 writes-" My mother has used one Soc. Board adjourned until the next regular > ; .
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i bottle of Sloan's Liniment, and although she 1s over 83 year. of age, abe has meeting. I ,... .

+ 'obtained great relief from,her rheumaunm." W. C. BASS, Chairman. and Retailers ofTimber' :' \ ': oJ. "

," '', )Rheumatism Entirely Cone. Attest: W. J. Sears Superintendent' j .- .' : , "

''' .. 'Mi** EVB'LBTTA MYEK, of illS Wyoming Su,'Dayton. Ohio, write l-- Or
1 n4; ','My mother was troubled with rheumatism and her friend adviaed her to get aaeS4a4oooaoaaoaoo :
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4.I Sloan's liniment and her rheurrtattsm I is entirely gone. At the lame time the o aa and : :i'
+ family was troubled with rlng-wormtbere were' five ringworms between my UNION CENTER. .0- :

'' alater and I and Sloan' liniment cured every one of us la time.'" *' .o 'f .'1'


1 1 e ep a'oaooaaaaaoaoaaaaaRev.. J. D. Wyandt, of Lake Magda- J 1' ' '.


: S'LINIMENT school lene, preached house Sunday at the Union morning Center and I ,. . Timber Lands , i

: +1 .tf T + I evening. He was heard by a large I ,;.1

congregation.Before ,. '
the preaching Sunday night I j .. .- -. .. I
. '. .. ,- -. -- .. f fI
the Christian Endeavor meeting was ; .

held. Bennie Gatlin was leader. .' 'i:
:
Mrs. Frank Lewis, of Tampa, is t I '
; visiting her mother. of this community I J
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1 I.
for a few days ,

r ' la the' beSt remedy for neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, chest Leon Fred Gatlin Harvey and, Claud Miss Lassie Barber Keen and I j I E also have some desirable and :

4 ...pains. ,' asthma, hay fever, croup, sore throat and sprains. were entertained at the home of Mrs.J. I w very very .

7 t'' At all dealer. Price, BSc. COc. and $1X>O. K. Hilliard Sunday afternoon. 1' .J.

'f Sloan's. Book -onIlortea. Cattle, Hogs and Poultry aent free. Address crowd Mrs.of T.young A. Ilughey and old entertained folks at her a I : well improved Orange Groves .nea*" r to RailRoad l j.

D -. EARL S. SLOAN. BOSTON MASS. .. home Sunday afternoon.The ,,
many friends of Mrs. E. F. ,

.... . Gatlin will be pleased! to hear that Church and School. We most, 1.
own
W -. T --' -===--=- < she is better after her recent illness. I -+ ,
!Miss Lassie Keen, who has been
'rot. I.* HII", salary, teacher
PROCEEDINGS OEff School No. 28 C2 mo.---- ISO (00 visiting her sister, Mrs. E. F. Gatlin,
.' Miss Nettle HndJ("'". salary. will return' to her home in Orlando' of the property we are offering for sale .
teach School No. 28. (2 mo) do 00 ,>
No. IS 50 00 thin week. |
Ci: ''l : iSCHOOL'BOARD Prof. Morrow n.'r, salary, teacher. -- Mr. C. II. Funk is putting up his ': I .
; Atlas Ueaate Lawson Httlury.teacher. this week.
oranges
Miss Lydia{ School. :n gtl.13.-I..r)'. 4p 00 The C. E. society will give a ..social and balance we hold options on, so we are able to '
,
4' i x. n trnrher. School No. lit.---! 4i> 00 at the school house November :30.: All i
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Jt KWrnrnee, Fla. Nov. 11. 1912. Hiss Lydia Upplncott. salary are cordially invited. The social com- ,

iVji VXiJ'V.iThe? Board ''or rubiic Instruction jnet Oln Campbell Iff. (salary TliK >,. C 00.Mlaa \LJ1I jyj JL ffjyjLjl aii.i int resting "--- .
veymrthe-best-oHerms.
& ati'-' ,' ln regular session, there being present teacher?School No. 4*._____ 40 00 program for the occasion. .
l** i tt J M j *V *T chairman E. E. Brown Miss Cora 1 Main salary.teacher .
,, Bass, Misses Janette Lawson and Nellie
._____ j
School No. 16 80 00
W. J.
+ .nd-iW. W Chandler. Also Barber were the little visitors of Mrs.
4K Prof. C. N. Carnes. aalary.teacher. '
: ieara,' superintendent. School No. 16._____ 60 00 M. G. Blows Sunday evening. : If you have any property that you wish to exchangefor .
4 VMinute* of the last meeting' were Mra. I aura lee ealary.teacher. Boost for a greater Union Center!
ft .__ '
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School No. CO 00
''J.tJffc. read and approved. Mra. Lula Atwood 16....alar)'. Lloyd Harvey and Eva Clow were J
,, J. !. -Dutton. Janitor etc.. home in of the best States in the Union 4I
. tL1 l potted aa follows.: Hchool-No. IS .__________._ 41 in day. a one *
1 of Public In- Roan. haves supplies, schools HAMBURGER. f fI v i
? "To'the Honorable Board Osceola U-IO-8 _____._.._____.___ _. 2 25 - .. I ,
f ; se. A" ., atruction, in and for R. O. Johnston, clerk rec. deed I "
'Y t A t County: No. 6. _________________u__ I 70 I I call, phone or write us what you have and we can /
'' .' -I1 here with!tender 'myreport/ as American Seating Co. blk. l bd 37 kOHt. I : ..

vf t ' -'ilTreasurer: of Osceola County for the .No.Cloud'16 Tribune(cut) UH, aup.___choolii u u. 2 7B I .'
a of October, A.. D. 1912. E. Inn. wcM
month Arthur UonvKan.
s +(.w/,, Irmrrml aeb.el 'K..*. No. 1. _.__"'___n.nn_- 40 00 I find for you what you want. 1
__$ 11127 Fla Times Union. cut achl No -
h last report
'o balance amount from received from 1 ___._________________.,__. 4 26M. itP. .
4 Compu June ned-l.JI; July Tiller Ina achl No. 1___ __ 40-- 0sDann I
t 1J.56 -.__- --_.*-....--- SI.00G ft Bann. orders attachedSchool I I
to amounrenelved from tax No. 18 ___uU_" B3 00 1
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cot. polls 1 10.10.00; 111, St. Cloud Novelty works sup
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00 sub 1) 2 32
N0. 1 ( '
'41 Aft taarno U School -- -- ------- -- -- - -- -
rntVeaetve f McLean. lahor chool I
To < < from loan A. F.
Bank S OM 00 No. 16. (pub 1) _, 17 00
Cltlsens - n n. .
from ?----
S ;, a Mr. M. F. Sears rent, schoolNo. .. J
03 101 17nsu 1 ________,_._--______-- 10 00 RINGS -
A t r 4' 13Y'' paid warrants as per list 3 Wi n. Maktnaon Co. supplies. .
Hchool No. 16 (sub 1)) __.u. 4 22. l
.4 ., ,so 0* Oaceola Journal printing the
l balancetI' a t tUmtrirt-i.-Ny* 1 t books., .__h_.**.___________ ,$800 The mystic.IiUle circle l ;; .

daf'. Roe from' report _- jU 4J Oaceola Hdw. ._Co...',' .aupplleaSchoola . 11 COW. emblem of unending, friendship .
f lanee vlHteftrhl 4/ i0 1-S6 -- '
.i I I # ,} 1. > Dl.trlr* & ., it. C. Bass order., attached-schoolNo. t ,,78J ,, a 'token 'of unlimited DON'T TRUST YOURSELF 1
t .a. nc. from last report-- 8M OSild : 11. Owens lumbar; .
warrant as per list 111 7Jilanee 18 (sub. 4)) "__/.,,_*.*,,_ U" love a sacred bond between 1.
R '. ._. 1 IS* IT W. A. Chandler, hauling pupil.lfl' <
tt t eS n, $k-Mekl- -)-nutrle* N.. .. 28 ) t ; :IJ\c: : __
q t+' lance from last report i. 491 7.aid ;\ loan 6 mos. 2 000 00
t? o warrant as per Hut 00 Cltlaena Hank. Inf. 6 man.___. 60 Ou bond of constancy betwe'enman r":1\"ll l
w t 'i ,h talance -. -- 416 97 Miss Llllle. Daln, loIalar)'. 1 to select your own glaoe It ia i decidedly
''rs e+ f $.b.aeh..l N*. 1. teacher Kchool No. 16.--- BO 00 and wife.
L : ( + )y t "TO'balance from last report.. IS 77M bliss Fleda I Doollttl.aalary.. dangerous. And don't buy glasses by the .J I
:.s To. amount recd from teacher, School No. l6.-- 60 00 Such a memento should be
Comps.-July Red.r...,,.. a over the counter method. Ready made glass"
N / >8T t I> 08s Supt. W. J. Sears was instructedto of the purest gold and set in .l f

r' t {t - aao B..C. MILLER, Co. Trese.1w order additional desks foe the Kis the rarest of gems. '' e naturally have both lenses alike. Not one in a '
+ simmee High School No. 1, and the

(4 Warrants' in the and cancelled sum of 2,406.01 ih Supt. was instructed to purchase '.Our magnificent stock will pleasethe \, million has two eyes exactly alike. If* you 1 ,
wera examined open blinds for the St. Cloud school, sameto f
i fi- be paid out of the sub-district fund most fastidious, the great diversity < // value your sight. come here where each eye .I
+J i i ; '.were approved and warrants and to be similar to the blinds usedin of styles and values will' 1

-' J , "' < Is ao,follows: the Kissimmee' High School. meet the needs of.all classes. "We will be examined expertly and glasses fitted to r
3
r 1J.ltearu. ,. aal. aupt. too 90 only ask that see our stock each. It's the safe and .1
------ Miss. Lippincott tendered her resignation you only sane way.
y. r. t is II C.'Brown Da.e. M.M.k B.V P.l...-_--_ 4 s 00q1p' oo as teacher of the school No. before making your purcJla5e.Jnmountecl : ..' I ..j

+n +IIIerDOCor_ f. 1 20 00 19., .at Greeley, Fla., and Miss Lelia f
h / Treava..Smith. ..*-.-. .- 61 06 Roper was appointed to fill 'out the Dlampndt.: ,,
t Janitor, school Silver. I \
Sterling
tt **WV'i '10 00 .
v Tff 1 '
L' k- wi'S.S
'.a r' "''pr ? BvanV salary "feaeheriSak term.Miss JustinaySafford was appointedto Quadruple Plat. SIIv.r.1. I :il,: 1
No. 1 17* 00 Gold and Sllvra Jew.My.El.ctroltera.Toll. ,
r / it mesa Lehner,-, aalary assist in he Kissimmee High .,Sl..,
I es- School No 1-...-jA. -- 8* 00 School tot' the remainder of the termat Jeweler

l, 4, M r School.. Himpaon No. 1 .---. TO 00 a salary of (40 rjer month. 'SPECIAL CARE TO MAIL ORDERS C. A. COLE and. ,

o, s. .. Martha King.?'eal ry, Sub-school district trustees in and
S; Oher.. SchOol No. !._----- 60 00 for sub-district No. 3 having petitioned -, -. Optometrist i
fr .' / r?2 Al 1na. Smith, salary 'W. H..BECKWITH JEWELRY'cb.1"ThtHmitt t
2 the Board for for school
;1 iher School No.r ------- 60 00 an organ j
b, t No. 13,,same to be paid 'lor' out of of Qualilt"TAMfA

14 i rye'' hem -N'teIh'r salary_ HO 00 the sub-district fund, ths superintendent ..!.Franklin. Siren _FLORIDA '. 'I
Wogldtldge.
u% I.'M. tea(Cleo er. School No. 1.----__ 60 00 was. instructed to purchase said '/
t'' .Harrlett 191Ico- salary organ.aa soon. possible.The .c 1
tt School No. $0 00
her
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i t f. s,:, ice ell. Butl.r, salary I returns of subschooldistrict 1--- . ., \, ,
,'_acher. .Hchool NoiMtS 1.--- fa 00 No. 6 having been received the Board !
aalaryher.
Thomaaon.
;' '- *-Louie- School No. l .. .* '60 00 proceeded to canvass same and found. "
v % Nora Hart. aiaJary, as follows,,: Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint : j
t Jt her, School N*. 1. -i-- 60 00 }
I c i Marx Bryan., salary Hill Sards Island Fla., SepL 2, 191 2- I
.c h, ; 1' Jier. School No. 1.-- --- 60 00 We, the undersigned inspectors and t
It'I N May Chlaholm. salary, clerk of the election held at Milliard .1
qhpr, Bobool Nik 1.Clara. ..-..., 60'00 I ... 1
1 } .. ,;8tute.s -salary}i, Island, Fla., on the 2nd day,of September "'
I oh ry School No,, !..* .- <0 00 A. I). 1912 to decide whether

f Jllmma'in School' Towelf No. 1.Jedora. aalary: SB 00 the following described territory to- t;. ROSS GRAVES .1

.r t 1 Russell, saIary,, ;in '' wit: Beginning on the north aide, of 5 ;
I I }. .r.-School NO. 1.-.--_, ., 'os, Lake East TohopekaligV; where rang '
Mary .David ,aal*' teach' ,40 CO line thirty (30), and.thirty-one;,,(31)) "The Store that Appreciate Your Trade"I 1

1 ia Rosroro. rwlaKyr east enter said lake run thence) north
i Y r.' School; .,- .... *' ..4f ) 00 to northeast corner of section one ((1)township I .
r 1 .h r Janls.r Stroud. .aalary. twenty-five ((25)south) 'oft II I'
School No. 7. .5 O00. '." ,
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', tfK.tteacV 4.. ,M. SterTne, salary; range thirty (80)) east; thence west to '
er. School No. L4 -.i--V' li'Oe the northwest corner of section"' six .
t t. F Rhoda r LUea ,. salary. ('township), twenty-five (25)),' south BUY ;' ,\
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4 schoolNo. :-40> 00 1' Kyanizs Varnishes :
er S. W. P Paint ,
S U, IMckaraon. salary, 'of range thirty((30)) east; thence east ..., ; -
tf .ga school 1O------ IO.01 to Lake East Tohopekaliga meandering THE
For
i / Mw Cora U Main.No. ,1t-.i.aalary_. 30'OOs ) in ;'a northernly and easternly) direction E;. Known the World Over Floors, Interior Woodwork ,,
Hchool
'0 ,, teaeh.r, C.i N. --Carne aalary, along the margin of laid Lake'East .a BEST and Furniture .
t K' T I tsobe tS eshtOOINO..lsalaty ,.SO. 00"io.oo Tohopekaliga to point of beginning 0. :. ',"
-ahall be a special tat school-district 4 '
10,00LulA '
11 '
ehbol No.Atwood IT IS ECONOMY :
? t.aeber ,,. alarr--- or not, to decide the millage to \ ,/ ;
"twacher..School No. 11-... .. ;gib 00 be levied annually'for the next ,two ,.. 1' '
I I b' w risT '- meda DoollttU, .alf.ryt : '
and to decide the trustee to
00 years
Jl; ". ,Mlaatllllll teacher: School. r Dalej N w, salary-... .serve for.the net't1p'o years, do here Mission Stains -AT '' .Alabastine'Wall I 'e9litingJ'1:; ;

>/te No. by. tertify that the following is a k.
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.' Y ,7' Lydia School IADplnaoth'No. J sale ijfcalTiydfa ye 49'00 .true and correct statement'of the vote The Stains with.a reputation. .. .. .. ' It is the Beat _'. . i ;Y
east at .said ..\ect ..
'l Lpptncpltasar7: . on., >. !
." ,t i >n. te ,esM1 c 4po1Wet4{ a Oo F0R Special Tax; School. District, .I -- ,":' r,
i'. ?* > *- v.otllsFor' '" .. .
.A : received :17 : '
? lore_ ee-jiiUryitW.1 : '
M'' eeaobar.cboot No 45[ .JV!, 'i4- Q. OD ' Trua ee*! ROS GRAVESr . :- ... : r "fJ
+, ,)ells Least. Ills t' salary, ,' -,' .
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WetherbeC ( :
Ira 117: votes. "
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{ THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETT'E"i PAGE. i., : .A'

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,More Prosperous Class"s. ton,' but only) "very, slightly. The 'difference FIRE SIGNALS.:, .. ." n
In digestibility between 'the Ward No. 1. Central portion:of city, 1M -- "e5t '
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It. various kind of poultry probably bne long blast of .whistle .arM- f NI
Is depends on the amount of fat con- Ward No. 2. 'North Klsslmmee, two .1.r .
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Coming to Florida .tuned,- thefatter sorts- being least long bl..tlof whistle. ---- *'

easily digested. Tendernes sot fiber Ward No. 8. South Kissimmee. S
: '' may have something; do with both long blasts of whistle. 8-tf x., ..:a.s .
Florida 1 I. now securing' fa;bet- ease and thoroughness: of digestion, ,
o tel'.cIa.. of..ettlenfrom.ft financial in truck growing and fruit'culture, and, if so,_young birds are more .: Close-In Resident Lots: r,
standpoint, than ever before. During with no\ practical knowledge of either, easily digested than old, and the Two very desirable close-in resident l- 1 -
the flrst few. months and expect to make a success the less-used. muscles of the. chicken, Iota, one of which is a corner t, ,ef
following first
I the opening sales of colony land in year off wild land. such a* the breast; more so than lot. These lots are on the water,
various parts of the State about three For more than two years the railnomeseekera the mucb-u ed muscular tissues. of sewer and electric light lines Located -
years ago a large number of people excursions to Florida the legs. three and one half blocks from
of very limited mean and no from various parts of the country. Similarly white fleshed birds may Broadway, and two' block from 'Aj
cal experience in truck farming practi. Rate. are given for less than one be more easily digested than dark- Osceola High School. Just the place A" tl '
fruit growing, bought five and or fare for the round trip and the tickets fleshed, because the fibers of their for a fine home. We are offering J 5r
acre tracts on which the ten allow from twenty to twenty-five flesh are less closely set, .but this. these lots for a short time at a very
strength of
the flaring advertisings throughout days lands to make an investigation of is not fully proven. Indeed, very low price and on easy terms. Call.+ :?ffi /
the country were filled. and conditions generally. Stop- little Is positively known on this and we will show them to you. !
Many of these people over privileges at various points in subject, and that little seems to indicate -89tf H. M. BREAKER: CO. !, a ,i I
ida as soon as they had came to Flor- Florida are given. Hundreds and. that the differences in the I
two monthly paid one or hundreds of people have taken advantage thoroughness of digestion are very For stagles-trap or fl.1d--lust
payments of five dollars of these toss In a shell the button and-"PULL.** The side boll ,
or ten dollars each special rates and slight, and that cooking has much Nice Home Close to Lake. press
be. of as the case may have visited Florida. Some have more to do with the digestibility of I makes It eesy. You don't have to tag at the barrel or watcU an ..
Many them sold out their belongings been disappointed and have expressed the birds than these alight differ- on-and-off device.. The action stays open after ..ch single shot
to for barely enough money I themselves as being glad that they ences in composition and texture. No: 460-A new 5-room cottage two I I. flred.-It always stays open when the msgasine Is empty.; ?':
pay their railroad fares to Florida. came and investigated for themselves Reckoning the cost of the actual large late 50x164; feet each .splendidwell Five shots-three to get the cr1ppi.- -each tinder absolute con ,. .
They went to the so-called colonies before buying. Hundreds have found nutriments, we find that chicken is of artesian water: fifteen bearing I trol of the trigger finger. The recoil reloads for you-kicks \;
and were ahown the tracts of land localities to suit them and base bought on the whole the orange; trees. Call and see this propo anotb.r shell in] tak. the strain oft the gun-th e discomfort out n
ed to them. They found absolute land and started work making improvements" poultry and favorably of sition. Price $1.200.:! of toe !kick_11 without diminishing the drive behind the shoe.Simple
no improvements compares in 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co.
in instances take-down few of the readily bandied
many : They have investigatedand economy with cheap cut! of beef turns
live while, and even had a hard time to have ascertained just what it will and pork. Chicken, at low or overage -, magadna acrew-cap makes cleaning, carrying and inter
which in they built small cottages, take'to make a success. They have not prices, then turkey and goose, Modern Home for Sale. change of barrels quick and easy.

shacks. Before many cases were mere been misled by claims of land com- follow in the order of real conomy, No. 469 -New modern 6-room house, Send for a motion picture booklet faffing bow the
far in the they had proceeded panies having headquarters outsideof and furnish about as much protein 1 located on Emmett street one block kick Is naed-how a friction device found only on
clearing of
their
their land Florida and whose only interest in and energy for a given umouni of west! of court house. Electric lights Remington--UMCAurolo.dingShotgun takes j
forced money gave out and they were the State is to sell as much land as money as sirloin of beef or mutton. I I bath toilet and lavatory. Lot l-7Jx! the punishment out of b.avylo.da
they endeavored to stop improvements while possible to non-residents In sickness delicate poultry is often 1-474 feet Several young orange and I r' ..... ..-.....
of kind to secure some work Yes, Florida is now securing a far : valuable far beyond its cost, becauseit grapefruit trees in the yard. This BEMINGTON AIMS UNION 4
some to tide them over. better class of settlers than ever before I is so appetizing atod is at the same property is located in the very best METALLIC CARTRIDGE :
Many became discouraged, finding and they are settlers who are time fairly easily digested The resident section of the city, close tot' yI i'' ass Broadway 7 New Ye.k Clr '.
that the only available work was a going to make the State good citizens -, rapid increase in the amount 01 abort house, postoflice and, business I
character totally different from what They are the class of people : poultry raised for the table in the section. Price $3TOO. Terms on part i i ",',
they were familiar with. Some of who are willing to work -and who do country is strong proof that it is be- 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. ._._ -
these people wrote letters to their not become discouraged. if they fall t I coming more and more popular, and f
former homes declaring that they to make a fortune from their first although it may deserve its popularity i - ------, --.
had been swindled and nothing was crops planted on wild land. Florida I on the grounds of strict economy, Truck and Litrus Fruit Land. j i I''
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as it had been reprexented In some wants more settlers of that kind.- it .is certainly earned by its attractive I
No. 4h2- Seven and one-naif Bcres ot
instances they were right, but in the I The Record. flavor, easy digestibility, and the the best truck and fruit land in Kis- CRINER & SIEVER
vast majority of such cases they I pleasant variety it gives to our meat .simmee Park. This land is in pioximi-
were decidedly wrong. list. ty to the lake. Call on us and we will .,
They had formed erroneous ideas POULTRY put you in touch with the owner;; you
I I REALTY COMPANY
concerning Florida as a whole. It can dealdirect with him. This property ;
was useless to point out to them: | I 444444044400440444 is offered at a great reduction
that every statement made in the lit- 4 4 from what land In this locality is selling '
erature and advertisements of many Although not as many Varietiesof 4 WANTED: <- for. ,i Prairie' Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock Land
of the most reputable land companies poultry are in common use in 4 4 24-tf! H. M. BREAKER & CO. I Timber Land.
Land
all Price and Terms.2,000acres
were absolutely true, and that state- the United States as in Europe, and < A list of your town or coun4 at on Easy .
ments made as to the amount} of although eggs form perhaps the try property that you wish < I --- x
money made from an acre 01' land most important part of the total ff sold. Splendid Residence Lot.
Stock Ranch will half value
in the community in which they had I poultry industry with us, enough 4 No commission unless sale < exchange
located could not succeed without having I birds are raised and sold for their <. is made. eo No 46J: -Fine, large, vacant corner for other real estate -:- -:- -: -:-
far more capital than they really flesh to make poultry an importantitem 4-4.r lot. SOxl47J feet, close to lake. Splen-

possessed, and, therefore, they de in out list. -of foods.__(Ihlfkpna < eo-did local ion, good neighborhood. We_ 50-acre Orange Grove, will trade for, hall( value
dared the 'whotF State to !be worthless are, of course, the most common of J M.WILLSONJR., : are offering this large rat every -- for other real teTilance J ,
and every land dealer a swindler the kinds of poultry. Next come 4. 4 low price of $4
It wax a real benefit to the Stateas turkey ducks geese, capons and 4444444404444400444Delicacies & Co. ]16-tf

a whole when such people left it I squabs in the order named.. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '
and it would be a good thing for In raising birds for the market -- I

Florida if several hundred others of special fattening has not heretoforebeen I I .. __ a
the same kind would follow the example practiced in this country with For Sunday Dinner. Get the Habit -v------, .

of the discouraged ones who anything like the same frequency as The ladies of the Episcopal church SMOKEBoone's ___ _ _____ _____u_____ __ _. __ H_ ____.. e 4 4i
have gone. in Europe:: but. American breeders will have a sale of home cooking at
But the people of the country at arc gradually coming to it more Dann & Dann's grocery store each Straight
large are now awakening to what and more, especially on the large Saturday afternoon, the first sale be- i
the Record has been trying to im- poultry farms which are springingup ing held tomorrow, the 19th, at 2 p, DOZIER N1NSllRllGE.J1ENY CTh.
j>ress upon its readers. for the past in many places The extreme m. The articles offered for sale willbe I Made in Kissimmee
"three years. That 'is; "Come to methods used in France are not, specially prepared by the ladies The Cifar with the Real Taste
Florida and investigate conditionsbefore however, considered advantageous and everything will be first class. A Old.Bt and I.rge.t _nmie* Agency In O.eol. County "
deciding to come by most American breeders. committee of Indies will be in attend- Box trade solicited FIRES L.. LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
before 'deciding upon a location." It On the average poultry is more ance. The sale is for the benefit of Look for Union Label. 1 HcaN": 1.. 1
is useless to come here to engage easily digested than beef and mut- the church. +

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Nvc t 7 FIlIDAY.NOVEMBER;. "
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: rAGELo. : THE KSSIMMEE! VALLEJ.GA" /(11(

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; i". II ill. . .i. I. = -: ="I 1:I Grove Do hot think they will 'handle ' AW'..ORDINANCE... T'.Mf UVERS-M. ,D.pjIySjCIANand -'-
'Or.I.io;; .la ....UMM MS
AaaB
Am *
I CITRUS MOVEMENT Iarg4 of the .
a percentage
Very crop.
; ; i. aRC 24e .( ; Nearly all backing houses in this eec- the City' *f KlMliaave. Klcrlda. rel*. ..
i NWyRs.G aOIi'fl closed forth .... .. KcaialrlaaH.naT ...
If wufc tion have been practically tt. t tJe..tr.etl.
to buy
'
yo an NOW MUCH HEAVIERTHROUGHOUT past two,weeks on account of the .
_, : T. W., LImitas t Kesldeooe.S3PHYSICIAN .
fl aHdjMORHOP d I drop in the market.- A. BIO IT OitDAIWlin! ; BV'THM OOUMCILUK .PH0NKS'I- 148
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j At Plant City.- UP KISSIMMBBJ, omoe
(jj o TOlD CITY ; _
;;. I' ,, I I AutomobileOr Plant; City, Fla.-Regarding the ,aetiB i. That amxioBi S4 n .* tk..
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dvBvml Ordlnaarra :
ry-( FINE TAILORING fruit crop, there will be about 75,000 KUalaaaare, Klvrlda. k.' aradrd ..L'J''N' .

AND ,REPAIRING STATE OF FLORIDA boxes of oranges here and at near .. !. ..... (.!!.<...( .W. > -

: OF : ALL. IC1NDS. Lays aBtomobUe; -1 - by points such as Knights< ,Yeomans, ."I4S.. 'No'bulldlngr.- -.he your nbatantia.l brick.000erete ,
Dover and Turkey Creek. The crop booth except good
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4. bulldlnc
.2 ; or artificial stone
: :
is much better than that of last sea .hall be erected within the : KUHOMHBIC.TR. .
or placed
: ; i Work Called For and c: Delivered :JSO FAR NOT MANY ORANGES, ,' son and the quality is good. The exchange lire llmlta of this Cltjr. The wall.<-of Omoa tt.8J".NC8 proNe P .ONS.1II"VI. . ri.e .,.
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RepairedGoto I will not handle a' box from all buildings hereafter erected within,
PUdNBJ!: HAVE GONE OUT BUT THERE the-are limit: shall be of the followingthtckfteae
: : this section' this season. Most all for building of
... . -- . WILL BE GOOD SUPPLY .'the fruit has been sold and the prices not le.u than\ twelve Inches: for build-
ii \ M_ 1 i i M i 1 1 1 i 1 1 i average'about 90c: delivered at pack- tags of two tori**,, the flrat story not OSTEOPATHIC'PHYSICIAN C
leas than twelve Inches and the second
.
THANKSGIVING. house. J. W. S.
FOR Ing -
-1 I story not less than twelve Inches; Residence Phone 274
; : About 100 Per Cent. Larger. for .building three stories. the flrststory
I Limona Fla.-The citrus crop in not less than sixteen(: Inches the Office Phone 98

,I" GRIFFIN'S this section is near 100 cent larger second story .not less) than twelve "Rooms 3 and 4 t I.
\ per leas than
Inches and the third story not
; : ItC.W.OIUFFIN The last issue of the New York than last year. The fruit is of twelve Inches; and all party wall built State. Bank Bld'g Kissimmee, Fla.D .

: ; GARAGE I Packer gives the following letter from better quality than for several years )I for the ut, of more than one owner. ,
Hhall not lea than four InchesI
the conditions of the be
., Jacksonville on it is late in The
though ('ala ring. exchange I thicker than above requirement t1f R. B. D. WIENENGA
; I Florida citrus shipping: will handle about 50 per cent. i building erected one hundred feet In

: : i Staple and Fancy The movement of citrus fruit last I of the crop of 25,000 boxes. Most length. shall bo erected In said Are VETERINARIAN
I limits unless provided with brick,
\ week totaled 578 cars making ship- small growers are selling to speculators
Btono or concrete flre walls of the
STOCK TREATED FOR
- ments to Saturday about 2,128 cars. at around $1 at packing house. thickness Mentioned In this section
J GROCERIES: The shipments have consisted largelyof One independent packer here is doing and Ht Intervals of one hundred fttvt. Al.!. DISEASES

grapefruit, but this week the orange a lively business as a "", reen fruiter"at and the roof of every building; erected D./ I hone S&7
,
therein shall UP of slate tile sine, tin
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING movement started in earnest and I the present time. The exchangewill or other Incombustible material to be Niilhtl'honelM2_I !. 0 RUN D o. FBA.rK. ((J )

7 : while market conditions in the North not start before the 15th in St., if approved r1lS.b: city Council 1'rovld-

Free Delivery to all Parts have been unfavorable they are bet I at ,all this month. The Mendenhall od that It a entail unlawful addition not to erect to exe orconfttiuct N. L. BRYAN

ter now and shipments will be quite the Lindsay King and the Cook groves <* ..t! ti'ii by title,',, feet In the roar cf ]I
of the City: heavy for the Thanksgiving trade. are not in the exchange. The Neeld ItiJeict..r< a with noncombustlble a',- DENTIST -

t PRESSING Distributors here report the market grove is about the largest in the ex j tiTlnl"Am! Ilrm .
peiHon. or corporationvIolatliiB Squires Building
much better condition during the in .
Other
in change. prominent growers this section shall upon cunI ''New York Avenue
DYEING past week and orders and inquiriesfor I the exchange arc Lewis, Buck Scran- I I Diction t thereof bu punished by a tine

F ii M 111 in i IIIMI s inn 11 REPAIRING good colored fruit arc coming in I ton, Akme Giddens and some others. of nor nut moii1 loss than. than Five Twenty-five Hundred Hollars Dollar, I ST. CLOUD KUOBIDAQ
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(freely. Weather continues fine cool and dry Imprisonment for not less than

; Grapefruit, prices are ranging from enough, just had twoinches rain, rnbJ...\.:: nor more than sixty. days. or 'K. J. W. SIMPSONDKNTIH'I.

J. c. HOWARD $1.75 to $2 f. o. h. for good frt, though short in October. i I by both such fine and Imprisonment. I
.t : Leave. word pt my house find clothes I we were Mrrdnn 3. That Kvetlnsi X4. .f the
will be en bed lor and returned. there being a more active demandthis This. section. raises vegetables or .....rlll omiamnrra. of
week than at any time during I truck for' northern markets nor consigns Fiends l.. siBBeaded. moto
; P ----- the Most of the sluppermare -- read .. followat Upstairs I in Katz ilu ildinI :.
I I
Paper Hanger and Painter I season. any fruit. know only one .
246. No building of theI
i Satisfaction Guaranteed | except
the of f. I b. sals I U a. m. to 12 m.
.i : adopting plan o. on man in all this section who consignsany ,I I'liarnctrr) us specified In Section 24I I OFFidE Mom.HOUKS! :
: grapefruit. This is particularly true fruit and he has only two orthiVc '" of: the Oeneial Ordinances: of the CitOr f )1:30: lo A:30p. m.

\ 11\ Work Guaranlftd on the East Coast. About 2J cars hundred: boxes.-Wm. P N. : Klnslmmee 1 ,. Florida shall be moved Telephone No. 7H .Inn &. Irrl
from Its location within thoi
present
. ,. .. -- were shipped from Miami last week.It Crop About Same. i fire limits of said City to any other lo-

: ? I ', u thinking of luring any done, 4 '" is impossible at the present timeto 1 DeLpon Springs Fla.The. crop is I' cHili),, within said fir.. limits Neither )R_W. W CARSON
lix f. b. on oranges. It lust and :'ahull nny building be moved from any
a o. price about the some
r- : same as year ;
i please notify through the P. 0. & Im-ttttnn outside tin* ITTe colt. to any
me M. TILLER sales }have bean
: is understood that have /sold on trees" : The quality of location within thiflre limits unlesssalil lENT1ST1)111cc )

: made from <>5c tQ $1.25 per 'box on the the fruit 'is good. The exchange will I l uildlntf .IN of the character a.

J. G. HOWARD Real Estate Agency. I IRealty tit-C'S At Foil Ogden it is reported not handle much of the fruit. I'. C.Soles ,I Hliiillled, In Section 245 aforesaid No i ) over Cole's Jewelry Store
4 firm
pel HUM. 01 corporation" shall add
I 4.1Lpd one grower sold some 10,000 boxes of I. to Iou lid upon or generally Improve Office Hours: 8-ia: 1 ;,

:: L I I IIII I I I I I I I I HH I I IIiIf I. 4 %............................................. ) oranges for ifl.25 per box f. o. h. but I'.r i ImiiKf antiulldintc within the City Office phone J Jf>K
: : _ _ _ _ _ the I Iruit was' well colored and of excellent :'; From Other Sections.Miami. 1"1'0. HiiiltN ufth\ material other than I Residence '.
q'. : bought and sold. > : .-The Winfield, -Kliolt: Packing -,I I'''' si",-illU'il III Section 24f. aforesaid 2M:

.: r 1" . ++++++++++++++++++: quality.) of 11. C. Schrader (Co. shipped! :l0!! cars of grapefruitone I 1".\npoiHoii.. .. Ill i in or eorporutlon violatIHK (;aa administers. for extraction, uf teeth
{ Houses rented. t F. I 1) Godfrey the this 1'1""- II on. BhHll. upon conviction ."
one order last week. I Ii t'r-tr. i lie. tinlshed by a fine not less.
('o. made down the Charlotte
YHE I: j Taxes paicj and Titles verified t Harbor division a trip of the Atlantic CoastLine :-it.; I't't..r"hurl-AII'I'uILult. on a th.in, Teni I\ -ftI I ollars I I nor more than I ]r)) I K. C.; K. PARKKKHKNTLS'1;
KiM I llunilrii d Doliam.
GRAYSTONE for non-residents. small scale will be t taught" i in the public or by Imprlsonnii -
,
I f! railroad, and reports much of lit for not |laM hun ten da> s or m.iri111.in -
i : Inf I schools !here, Pupils will be mstuutuii I)
; \t((i Fire.: Life and Accident .. I the fruit particularly oranges still i nlxtv .h.y"I., \ both Such II In.mil
thi' "f tiuit and I iniprlsonniefit I'lovldlnK. how-
: suranee. '* I show ing green color but of good f lavoi III 1 growing i . OH-ll-K OVKR: 'SK(1A' ; CHARM V
\ > i that II Hlinll be 'lawful to eneetKi
t OPEN AlL THE run 4 Indemnity Bonds. ff ,I 'I he firmold Iwo ,.,itfruitt1t'VtC1 !!, gl'-' .. \ epetables.vlmmtee _ _ ... "' T-" ITI.II ."IlIdoll" 'il" iiTt 7'I ()liict-_ Mour.-- I>I:(Xt I to_12:00_: _: _Noon__
FTexirul .
-- bo\ of .
--- l -jif -*T 2:;< >;.,i l hO. f < > ;gi ape .1 ,I. tt l.t lill"'n I..f't I In 'h. r.-nr ofI 1
; ..2.50 to 3.6O per day. -. -1: -.a.__" | o It | flint' wele, shipped( fiom, tills point to I I.I"..1.h,,.,I... Io"" .. cc ''fh loneoiluetil.i. milI. 1 'f(XI' to 5 on) P M

: : a1byckormoith.i.. 1 ,Chase ,\; ( o. shipped) eight eat' s ftoinl Australia, the liegmninir, of,I I the sea' ......11.... :i. I It Ir.Ilnan.eu. ,.r I>.r..
._--- -" -- -- |1.\l I stvie h and ,icopencd I their i : on Th. fruit ai' lived in line tontiitieii o( I.rlInnc.... la .....iIl't .rr..it b. I r. DKItHVSlllHK) : :; : l lStirrial II
i anll I a
4 i. W. THttRMAII Clip. R. 0. niTEn Hfr. t , after twug'.n, the i loail, twentyone I.".. ....01 t b. name sr, b.ret.p ri ,-- :J ,
... i packing hou>s.> at (lloiild.s; The WmI .....'1-li., ,

t. t .. .. .....'...++.|..|...i"t"i'++++++ I field-; Elliott I I'acWing ( o moved Unit I l days: .i.t, .t "tirHI' and HI i onil I tliui .i ,ml. ::::
: DR. WM HARPEROSTEOPA.TH onecur a day but this ufek bhipmonts lUll .\ luij ge numl i of "citiustifes .itjot..ti| l.v a unanimous voti. this 3nl attention, ("I\.n tn I Ih.Itvatinint .-
I i itn, being shipped, fiom the nurseries I I d.. > of Septimuer., A. I U 1 1912 i of Womt-n anol l
heavier, The Wcht Coast Ii nit
.. ate H. M HIUAKI-I
Chilrir.'n.
}heie A of ,, i
('n. nt\ ( Clearwatei! n1<" ingI't \tt> .01thive ,' : large acreage citrusfiul I'" ,1,1"1 of (Council. Pin, T in
(1.1'1'> v\ill' be plantil in' llu.sec" .\11.,, MI .1 I F! ill.HF.ItT! .
this week .
1 T" W. titiLuUZi cms per day tion ':1-t ik of Hi ('Iii.\( .of Klsxlmnii : Olfioi d\er, (',ili/rnt, Hank !I'HONK; 1 lM4
The Packer received at its Iloi idaheadquurteiic
STECIALIST IN (tH'nl. : 24 :.Mmoopitr.
Manatee t 1' .1. laei; ly manager of ,
this wi. k the f.lIov'mn.rletters I \|1'1"|" CHRONIC DISEASED Names the Vernicc Fiuit Co.. has a citrusfiuil .\ I II lili! : ,:.
from different points. P. A. VANS AI.NhW W B CRAWTC
I grove on the Biaden nvei, V C- HIIVAN. I
of growers and shippers at these and MIV..I' or t Hit. flt of KlKMlimnce, .
tA ,, >
:;ONSUL ION EXAMINATIONKISSIMMEE other points will appear in the Packer ('alt.-TI'u.'kt.r.! have begun to 11-;,1, \TANS AGNEW &: CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW
lettuce fiom this section. Indications .
Wfikly, Ilulletili November :20!<> "hip I
If FLA point to a splendid crop and NOTICE.HlMMitnmti. I ;
Real Estate f'JESOAYS: THURSDAYS SATUItOt Citra Fruit i is Fine. the an rage is I ully as liujre' a. last

I OmCE:, :. CENTRAL: HDTf t Citia, I-"Ia.-I I wish to state that yea i i. Kla Orl, I 17 1312 Offli ... I ..t i It".."t, lttt.. P Ii.t ,.' i k.Florida

( lira has never had mcci fruit than ('olcnian The cabbage a"1 it-age will, \tl,lic. lo. lion, ,h\ civ! ii that t th<- lax Kissimmee I II

this yjar. The oranges are well developed be Sumter Severalcrowcrs lionkH. i.r i OHcrola Ottinly will op'-n for
large' in county --
"'HO""E: .1/5" - OL4t.OQFruit L'" and if allowed to (,11 "< lion on Nitvt>mli-r drat I am -- -
ii-mam on
heie have from 10)() lf! .
to acreswhile tmu it>aillo rurtilnh tax Ktntfinenta.V
14 I the trees' to ripen will certainly be the majority will plant .1 acres llHcoiuil
.. ,KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA fine. There will be about 50,000 to "ul i>n nil tuxiH paid rltirinK the month
each. '
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are nosetting ..
of Nni-mnrr In wrltliiK about taxes
; boxes from here and
tiO.OOO shipped
and Truck Land plants. aluaya Turnlnh d!Mrrlptlon ofour I ATTOKNKY-A'I-LAW
i I vicinity I am informed that something Wauchula. Work has been |>l'0M I
\Vp have five and ten-acre tractin j -- : completed 1)C. ,
like one-half of the crop will U BANDV. Office :State; Hank
Liberty Park the most desirable. suburban I on the new packing house of 43-71 Tax Collector. Building
S. H. OLILLDI l( be handled through the exchange. Chase & Co.Brooksville.W.. I KisKimmee. k'l! (
property on the market. whichwe I :Soimsales have been made -at $2.50 r LaG
,
S. Hancock picked --------;-- --
are offering for your considerationat l
t' a box f. o. b.I have a few boxes of- 25 boxes of grapefruit from tree
prices that are attractive. We I' one F. KRIBBS
: .. will be pleased to show these tracts tq tangerines and have been feasting than on I in his grove lie sold tho fruit for In Court of f County Judge, State of 1 ,
them and.they are sweeter now
prospective purchasers at any time. '' $1.65 on the trees.Orlando.The . Flo iia.$ County of Osceola.In'revHtato. ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE.: KUA.
in December last and
; \ /, REAL ESTATE Do not fail to see this property before they .were year truckers in this vicinity .

WL. ," ,.......-..................- purchasing, as it has the advantagesof are getting 4n fine shape and coloring I have been busy! putting out lettuce ie IK hereby.,llvuryT.ci vi'.lllallo"t.Soli. .. too.1I/ I. hum It Examination of Titles a Specialy.
limy
fast but
not ripe yet. They are .
r'i'r INSURANCEitxaminatlon being close in and on the very best and celery.Manatee.The. '.011. ...... bet ..II't it,.. ..i'thlac| u.f I litniiar \ t Ii. Notification and payment of taxes ofnonrpsidents
also better colored than they were in I'llll I -I.l] u i'I'l3| | ] In tli' Hiilioruhl, t.t'u. II'nikiT -
road in the celery crop in the : : ::: : ; careful '
convenientto ;
paved county. \Jecemool1911, so upon the whole or l It.* Mirni.Mor in ntHi'i1. Jtiili;;. of >..MiflO"lrl. I given .
the school and churches. Five Manatee section will be fully as largeif (,, 1 rrolmli . attention.
city ahead H' ,11<< " for a In .1 |.11.cto.'e | *
I I we are in fruit and trees far not larger than last year. At the ." AIIIII"I-I'| ,| | | .[OI ue ihc raialc of Itenr''F ,
acre tracts $250 and $300.: I of last ... T. F. II. ...... ... .. ,
: of Titles a season. E'nt time the in fine >lnnli>r 24 tf. H. M. BREAKER & CO. pre plants are .
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,,
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II" Klut'l: pri.HiMit lo (Iht sHtil Court ln\ film) OBEKT "
Clearwater. (;J. JOHNSTON "
At
condition. ,
it. nnnl H' "'\II.II""Ir".r..r .nlil I-tMl. mill p{
Specialty. Clearwater Fla.-Regarding the Plant City.-The stiawberry acre' .-.I. lo III.l IT ,<.liiionl| I
.Big Bargain in a Home in this W I -KAKHilmitiliiLriitor: ,
fruit industry section we arc r I age at this point and vicinity is about
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.' Splendid new six-room house jut pleased to give you our estimate of the same as.last year. Many patchesof l l'nt..IJnl)2 l I I Ii I ili! :.1 lln",6"I ". i ATTORNtAT LAWKISSIMLEL.

4 '. :tCorresDondence, ; ,Solicited. inside city limits fine deep well lot the fruit crop on the .Pinellas penin-i the Excelsior and Missionary. varieties I -_. --
contains two acreb o' ground god sula. There has not been much fruit are blossoming. I rLORIUA
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k '_ ----- new barn wagon and buggy ""C'ill, I sold on the trees and we are unable!\ Lak'land.-The first. ,lipe strawbeiries '- \otkiif A
., and all under good new fence Fine to say an to prices averaged for fruitpurchased. were brought to this market by I UU1U C, MABHCYLt .
.
,4 : |I.ti t. .u'I..I lhf uunty, .'uilir. "tat.of I I'lorKlM.Oncfol T PICTON "A.LOW 4
.$, p._ p- location for small truckgarden or Quality of the fruit i.. I n. K. Turner. Mr. Pnne of Gallowayhas County Coun.l for Judm "f the

J). W. Tliompsou poultry[ ranch. This ill a fine prOposition very good as compared with last I also brought in ripe berries. Prospects In !.., eHt.to of J. I'. Oliver, d...,,,._ Florid K. K. Comm. Criminal' Court

where one will have the freedom year. The estimated. number of I' are good for a fine crop, but the>> :NotKTA I U hfitjoy iciven. Ui all>l whom It n My con- ASSEY &; WAILOWATTORNEYS
that the lVl
cern. on .th day of January. A II. l WI.i.! l
FUNERAL DIRECTOR of the country, yet close enough boxes this season are 650,000 of all yield will not be as large as last year I ahall apply to the iionorablo Gee>. F. Farkce.Juilve .

'r .- it to enjoy all the advantages of the CiliUM fruits as compared with 250- owing to the heavy rains which de- of ""Id' ourt. an Judge of Probatt*. for* AND COUNSH.I.OS

1 ; .- - and city, such as splendid high school best ,' 000 last seat-on. The \Florida Citrus stroped some of the plants. final... .duchHrtro, tut atlminiHtrator of the _(ate of AT LAW
w---- .I. K. Oliver. d c<*aa LICENSED EMBALMER markets churches etc. Pric'e $1500 exchange will handle about eight per DeLand.-Oranges are maturing time I will prvmmt my final account. administrator Practice In all the Court, of tha 'tat. .
24-tf H. !M. Breaker &: Co.Modern : cent of the crop in this se'tion.T. nicely and growers are rushing their of amid "..ta.... and auk for their approval the V.lted 8ta.... aloe bel,.", the t'lortda as RaIICommlaalon. of
; : .2- I ''A. S. wiI.l' lA" (I. ('A8TKR. road. and the I n..Ia' -
Courthou.e
Opposite l'omn
:> fruit to market. Some grapefruit has Dated. July I"'h.I l 1',191 l lAdmlmatrator.. Commission '
Up to Date llama Grapefruit Crop Smaller. been moved and oranges' have startedto .n; 'Imo l im. 11-11 CRA..O", Bum.

KISSIMMEE.'., FLOUIDA. No. 4 )54.-$3500.- :N'ew.; model n I Stanton Fla.-The grapefruit crop move in largo quantities. - -- ORLANDO. FLA.

If. Mx-room cottage, bath lavatory. ho* t here will not run as large as last Seville, DeLeon Springs, I Imporia !'Io 11TH iIit ('IIK.DITOIO.In __ __ : !.! _

,, : it, and cold water electric lights beautig I year. One grower will have 4,000 I and Beresford and all points on the ----- .i\ NDKE\VJOHNSO.\( )

Hi _- ful expensive mantels new furniture, boxes against 6,000 last year. My I Atlantic Coast line between Palatka < ",urt of the I ......, Judge

: nice rugs. House furnished complete I crop is about 18,000 boxes. against 23- and DeLand will have an increase in In slate of of Klorlilji. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Knfale
rr 4 Hfl>roln < oiinfy.
Jisted.and Proved Good ready for occupancy. Large lot. S.'lx: 000 last year. At South Lake Weir the vegetable acreage this year f hurlrii Krankllo. Itrifmmrtt.To Will Practice in all Courts.

147% feet, on which is 20 full bearIng grapefruit is lighter than last sea- .11 < rnlMnra. ......e..... iiIrihui.raand State and Federal
is also lighter at East all I........ ....1.. Clalmn of !>..-
orange trees. Located in three son; crop I ... .. .. adjoining
,freshness as well as high'xraJe quality. EASY RELIEF FROM mauttM .1. ld Katatei Broadway
and half blocks of the office Lake but orange crop at South Lake i
a post \iu. and each of >'"u. an hrebynOtilied Citizens, Bank
.. : Call for What you want in'the on beautiful Verona street' in the very Weir is one-third more than last l and requlri'd to pr..nl any' KismmmeeOflice

/, GROCERY LINE best neighborhood. Call and let I year. We have a lot of Melanose rustin CONSTIPATION datum, anil ,tl,'inandi* which >ou. or - -- 'j
't i-ithiT of. P. H I
JNKiN5
> ou may hay.tigalnist the ...
this Fruit is show K. WUOOMAMJ
'IL'f'f < us show you this beautiful home. vicinity. large, cHtatiof Char. .IIB Edward Franklin df- I II
Terms on part of purchase if desired. ing fine color but there has been no ("iaHf.il. lati of Oact-ola County. Florida 1, ENKINS
TO. fruit sold here on the trees, some I to the ijil'-rsign'd admlnlatrat (if r & WOOOHAM
24-tf It. M. BREAKER & Till; REMEDY THAT REPLACES ",,1.1 I'Htiiti.. v.ltliiii tw oyeara from th.
asking $1.00 per box for oranges. The I i In ti-of
CAI.Ol\lEL-CAUSES NO RESTRICTION
Florida Citrus exchange will handle .1"11'I l :; ::'d" flitolur . ft !
311th. \ 11 I!11 I SUH\'I<:Yf)ItS
No. 464. It -
certainly is'exasperat
three-fourths. of the at East OF HABIT H M IIKKAKKK.
crop
ing to see an opportunity of making KI.I.A: :M I VII| \NKI.IN; ,:: I Kiaaimmte
Lake and about one-third of the OR DIET.It .
451 Kxf'i: 'tltoriiMlIKi Florida
big. quick money and then not be
at Lake Weir. will handle ----
crop They ----------- --
able to take hold of it. We can'tbuy --- --- -- -- -,--
none at Stanton.-A. S. J. McK. is.a mistake to take C'alomell I '
all the good things we see, and we I: III < tti-1t1'ittit: . -
Much Larger Crop. i when your liver is lazy and needs _.. I I

I are willing to pass them along to Brad- ntown, Fla.-The grapefruitand toning up. Hundreds of people in this I In ( ...... tor fho 4 oust> Juilu. .'. MONEYBROKER
our friends. Here's a !ure one- Slulof 10'I..rl.... .
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in this section is section have discovered that Dodson's
orange crops .
113 acres all platted an i roady for '' Ill r* lOMtiil. .if Ontflolu' 4 ..,..ut.fl. ?. I New York ,
: Syndicate
three times that of -last year and is' Liver Tone is a thousand times better II. Fareae'r. Hrirunrtl.To will Finance 4
sale in five and ten tracts located i H.\lr."d.
acre I fine most brights very small per and safer and its action is just as | all ( .....II..r.. Lrmmlrr.. I I her. "ater. i'ctrIc. Mining. Tlm-
within H4. miles of our passenger soil all l> . .. .!. UI..rlhn..r"j .. irrigating "",,01. 3ltttrk. S $15'.
r on <
> >
cent Russets I understand the There of the bad after '.IM''
exchange sure. are none "nd
y11 depot on and in close proximity to ; i, masS. ...1... nalil E.. up F. G THOMAaON....
.. }' will probably hahdle one-half effects of calomel to Dod..on'sLiver Ro. u."nl.'I\J'
.. . .. the best hard road in Osceola county. You. ittltiteh of \ ou. are hereby KlHKlMMrr Fl.f
of the I will have 1,500 boxes Tone and danger of saliva- 1 notified and required to
", crop. no preMent any I e
. PDIBBLE/ We are offering the tract in a bodyat ( .liilinH. I atid ilfniundM
.. '. this year and only had 300 boxes last I tion. which "ou, oreithr _-1 <
hft, -' attractive No further of > ou. may have aKalnnt I the
_. a very price. season.-G. W. T. For attacks of constipation or biliousness I o'ittflL. of 'IV 11 1."n.m...- ..... I -.---- 1 -
to place it on _ _ _ _ _ _
expense necessary 300,000 Boxes st Miami. one or two spoonfuls of c. .... - 1
& SON the market in small tracts.: See us I to I h.< un is estimated -
I Miami, Fla.-The citrus crop this mild pleasant tasting vegetable
24-tf H. M. Breaker &: Co. I (state, within two vciir from lhe dot.h LOUIS A.
about boxes and the Kissimmee I SEARSON
at 300,000 prin- liquid are enough "- '\ "f. I
I. _ 1 -- cipally grapefruit. The quality of the Drug Co. give a personal guarantee NovembfMATT1K 12th. A. l I' 1612K

:---, '--- Farm for Sale fruit is first-class and very much I I that every bottle will do all that is I Il I. KRI BH. I. .\RMEH.dmlnlHtratrlx.\ , PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 4

: : I Located on good road, onequartermile superior to fruit of previous years, claimed for it. Money back in any Attorney. 4781liiitcd AUDITOR

'.,Get" the:Habit from city limits good five-room running 90 .to 95 per cent brights. I case where it fails. ,

" celled house large new barn, thirty The crop this season is more than I !>od on's Liver Torte costs only 30 *

t. f f'"OF SMOKING A acres l land, twelve of which is cultivated double that of last due largely to I cents for a large bottle. Remember For Sale Commercial ad Municipal Accounting

.:Q \ REAL CIGAR sixty- young orange and the increase in the bearing acreage, I the name because there are any number Splendid team of mares, 5 and V 6

: "OSGEQLA"4SoU grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach I a number of young groves coming Into of remedies sold in imitation Of old, well broke kind and Incorporated Accountant of the

: trees, some plum and pear trees, one bearing this season for thefirst I Dodson claims. Some of them .have years also and ,double harness.gentle International Accountants

rood family horse, 'one buggy, oneragon time. Very little fruit haa been soldon I names very familiar to Dodson's Liver ; of wagon Nelson Co. Society
Enquire Realty JohnH. Detroit.
; '.., harness chicken the tree Although there are several Ton and are in color package.
4 f.lt. wait two sets fifty *- same > i5tf -
all
at tore ten bead cattle and all tools necea- buyers here at present, trying to I Thege.imitations are AO guaranteedand .i ayn. t P. 0. In 177 ,.
I h. best for Jlaeir auto.en with -The b harmful. Go to the _--- 11111 Office.
| ,, aary-;cultivate place. A bargainat agree on prices 'growers. may very 'RENT '

:LOok; for,. Union-UbdL', (. $2,500. Write as for terms. exchange* nay only .one packing house Kissimmee Drug Co. and you wilt j''I FOR sign .for sal at this jl jlI IIUI.JlEE, FLA. IUElDILE, I C

_... . -. 36.tf ,<*'H. ..M.' Breaker" A' Co. jn thls. country. : 'which jjj a Cocpanut\ surely, get the. genuine. __ ( I IV I offic*. 10 cent ...\ ,

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?v 'm ; .Stopped By Jealou C st ar r''

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would, be valuabU. in recovering. theWhile riii
hichto "
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on the wad to the eene thoygot the je haantrt that rift'sbe
Y ( a'* plMUfol. and.
to.,quarreling, about MM trivial l lnaatter :: .* that ..... eo..etl.'ra. :: rnAttKHAD
ME / it b. saidand with .
grapvlod ; :
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T Oils
so schesn
wan Untchod.
: each'other-, ,They wore *e itra *d .by . hey would
name,, street for
a
a, companion i, but later, Hnckeby roe ;; : ; I some II
newel' the\ quarrel *M ttijKt, MoClelland '. ,' I whose other name,wu E.
MarkT ''The
.. ., seven! ttmoir tWSSln \.the' : '' : feel: gentleman in question I -
a4f I breast' and one In..the.rign orwras.Th.wounded . ', : ] would "fall"the for honor so'acutely that WAS REVEUTm Tl
'r at least
one oyster
ma" .Is saidOtfAT .
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n = ; : : around. ,
: . Casting about for( a vic
f m a>a6> cRO> to be dsager oue ' .. ..foT ..f : ; ': they landed upon Honorable S. B.
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.J.c.y'. : .
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paaaed SOME
'iil' a: resolution OF THE
DP ., '.,. .'' I 'ED., '. : : j forth in languag .of ap OLDER CITRIl118 .,"

At? tIQN td8, 1 MOVtJtfNTON ( i > : ; ; dignity that whereas-the street .HAD BUT LITTLE IDEA Of! -
; : the north boundary 2''oOs./ .EXTENT AND VALUEOF
J la y. q'INN OTA,, f'r 1 ; : f and O'Neill' addition bear..no ;

L w- ;i TO KISSIMMEE ,,1 i iq ......,.# :wh....... S-p'-Aultman,( LANDS.
, , ..... . .., ',. . . I n of, the city 'of' Kisrlmmee 'isontributing a I 1,
_n"- manager' of ,, 'I '-' +. ::..The ? : ; 't 0 largely; 'to ',the
r, 4" of the Hunter THREE STATED. 'WlLC' 'Ft'HNWHsTHROlGH' r by-,tb l eet of.that portion of the city by hlarrOq'prbe Returning Monday evening the auto \ ,y M
,. 0...., I awe. many" visits. to I' of an ; ; and public apirit be:it .reolved mobile excursion party from fflMlm
i during the'paet-twoyeara, ''us. ,MAQY I PROSPECTORS', spect' I that in.c.mm.mpraUon' of the mea to Okeechobee by way of the
':'being'' in company with "''\: E ing' : / i .....ots to W. the said Hunter Camp and P****"*..- offered fi
: ?
i from the'Northwest who : &,Aultman said rube and the a sight of tired but happy and esrihvoastic -

ch of place to make their : '& ; .... i* ......bF.Iyf.. named. :and 5 5 travelers.
'a man was*not'' forced .,. ,, G." &: Sharp* of the, H''unteLrird: 4}nr ;. .. a*."Auttnan'street" There were three automobile Mled ,
Ing>weather' ,for1 eight 0o.. returned last night'.from a; visit '. 1 Now will. Mr. Attlgerr'pisaeedo. ,. ,,, with prominent cit'/ern': : who nad.
.Int. .year.'and 'unbearable of two month through' the State:of C.-;' ,, ;'' : ) hat i I., expected.. .. of I!'sal: i the triP.upon th,invitation of !
'.1 lion{ of the,,,remaining. Nebraska' .IIl1nol.( 'aDd'lowa a . R::. > ':. '( . :. i Fred P.! Hunter, leaving town' eaSy 'ti
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S., I. Watch for.:Mi*. .greatest'movementto Q; P. :' Friday morning and making all potato
I ?'. ""was.?,-here,jr last i this section,, ever;;known." he'.said. i of interest on the way. The Banter ,
1 :
.I return from''the Hun.arter "In all my' experience ....' ,.a land down ; : SYS "EE IS Camp Wall' the rendesvoua goinar and ;

Y ''I, ,' on the prairie in the agent 'I"-.never..n: : such-a-bright, ;: I I !suds eomiDI. The' itinerary ind.** a ,,old
part' of the''county, called at prospect''' !ors the development'' 'of .'acountry. I front; (: '' l < trip to Ft. Drum< and duriw! the

:>i .''J ,Gasette offieec and during< ... X'.. i.been .talking! for two The < 1 ; I.. :QWTE' 6800 mm H time all members ot the pottyl in s"
,{I'' t ,__fc**of conversation with the month .'to the biggest,.farmers' of I Clay '. { ,> i : : cluding men who have been eitiMM of
t. gave expression to the remark I Nebraska, .Illinois.and, Iowa, and as : e : ; , r V V, Oaoeola county for a quarter of a ...-

; soon ,,,a* they,,get, their, Crop"*,.harv, l left, ; ;; tury, saw more of the prairie cotJntry.. Wv
.article-'Nothing: ; vested a large numb.ryofthem,"'are. b : IIESOT PE8Pil GQMM6 gathered a better idea of its xtent
: and "
coming: to.Kissimmee.' ', I lay ; possibilities and became mare en i
j c,; I ,' 'i'iTu what! success he' met ,"The movement will 'begin eatl/'in' Lake i I thused about the land>in which they

; i sale of land to persons he December ;.and will ,continue1'" all .. Jive J than ever before. < *
t: 1', her.;t.o. look over the' prairie through the winter, Kissimmee-has M'' la", i ARTICLE ON THE''PRAI* l ;"I
", .' ..;' hi"company' Mr. promising .future.. .; Every man who : ; RIE/COUNTRY,/ CATCHES m long-tim"aaid' H. Clay Stanfecd., but
,,: alai -You' will. hardly la -coming here to,invest .ls.\ble ".to! ':,EYE OF" 'aUE1BCRtBeEi'WHO 1 must" confess that I have never earn
; that I have sections of ( : a* much of the country below Kisaimmee
i when I tell.you buy from one to fly*. land, .: -
...... ......,failed to';sell land 'on the Kis.. '. : j ect TAKES AC'TIOlt1.;f as I, did >n ,this trio It was
;rw1'!feMsee. prairie to a person, I brought t I I' ,: in had the nature, of a :revelation to jne.,
':'4 if':,)**** from the .W.st,.but.each i* the a k L .beth possessed with the idea
:,.'\ .tr. h.: and I. will tell you the reason LYCEUM COURSE: TO ,j of ;: Ztimbrote..' jmwu, '& : *".*1 tnert! -.was a? seriousT drainage:
l..tfEditor
'f:.. for..14:.' 'In't.he.J.t.' ) .place my corn the "," Gasettet? i the problem to be encountered in making
makes the rule imperative' with feet : list of prairie land ready for cultivation;
lvp nf a name to whom I would<< I
( i *H sll',n'ijirnts that nothing, of how- BE OPENED DEC 2 the Gazette cent for a few waive discovered, that I had an erroneous
', :.o....,., trivial nature, mu.t.b4r ova..- l n .... send lOOn a* posibl after;'this. Idea. 'The- natural drainage afforded
i 'over-talked ,.estimated. will ( yj'the KiMimmee river on one aide
"p"
; or over 3/.OUjUI.aJaumber'of/ thorn
ex
ILE'I tell a .man In the West that J--- for ,, : ; ; < to go. down.to'' Florida *ho Are* and.Taylor's; creek on the other rashes
', "1... ..* will produce so much of this : point .. December.::: SOBJM of thaw are a.gnat portion of the land high and r
t. ';' that fruit; vegeteble. 01'-farm pro- DR. 901LE; THE' FIRST NUMBER.ADZES. ion down to look at .toad on the Ktaimmeev dry be ;and whatever ebe is. needed can

rt. 'dact to the acre, ,we have the. goods '. ion :!prairie and,'othoro :.VwMi. to Without accomplished at a small coot and
i u., *,*..figures to'show him'' on'.arrival.When :. \ >I up a desirable location for winter much work or trouble"
41 ; I.tell him that at least four and ': ., Olt THE METHODISTn city \, i I was. in North Dakota a add"I tell'.7ou that" I was amaced. 's
r- '.\in many cases five crop can be ARRANGE: the! time ago and I toM thoM about John M.' Lee, to see thing grow ir?
'"'ry CHUKCHI, ,; FOR, A, \J date' inc on the Hunter farm that did. I
: .. file same ground every year, the , \ M and that ,.they 'wowkl. not
'-tit net a man bere'.but'who back u p :SERIES OF ENTERTAINMENTS ion : able to find a more desirable. spot cannot, attempt, to enumerate them

i :;'My statement, for'.they .ar "doing. ,t. OF MERIT: after : a home and.I thought if you would anese but I wa, truck by the crop of Jap
cane and ehufaa and
and
yea. end them your valuable corn
1'., .c" men I bring b re'have'mean, I- ''; aa to I I I :: a few.week It Will I .knew.aseUt paper citrus' treee. Now, I have boon pot ;'

{a .know how to farm, how-to care' The- first' 1um'r'of,. the ,lyceum- thing" \ : Phi in deciding,to ., part of i teeing around orange and grape fruit ,
l trees for
ykaw about
;.: lack, and .are, thoroughly good arranged for' and guaranteed ,' and after aeon Kis- : thirty year and have f
course
'! A: ."+ .i .a* to what the soil can be mad by firs.Ldiw of the Methodist h '' : '' : that will settle It. '''I have had.e.eral ome believe sixty, acres under grove, and I
''I r. . ;, :The** men a* a rule own, will be December 2. church' aa i ; friend who vent all over the I know a a'OOdI'tby tree
given '
( in the,, West aid when I see it, and laaw a* fine specimens
.r ",,' "fica properties Dr George LaMonte Cole will( 'open \ parts of the, StaN and re ;'of
1 .f there those tree on the Hunter
:rtnc properties"&0 to Kissimmee perfectly aatU-
the course at Kiesimmee, and. the other to laird 'u I ha.e ,. ......
.. : ... to get away from thai < that'wa. the most desirable place w I saw tilepoaslblliti
'" numbers,will come 'in close succession kind : ; I .'' ',. _, too, of growing' hog for
.
cold weather they are/oYcec will not be fre- ,, ; : a home. :
4. ,to ., hdu.>*. for; the major portIon'of though they so ; : I have endosed.th name of a friend market there. wl1)I hadn't .had a
the .. Theacksonville
. qcent-a* to weary patron in good meal of pork in .. I
.year. and ,that, dreadful -heat of Times-Union ) mine in Metro*., Mass.who was i in year .
1"v > ; aall ,'the month gives 'D'r. ; 'Dakota when' I 'there went to the Hunter farm seed -*- the
I August very : and
;wa
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; Col in that the following .
t crops. Therefore :..whenhare. appearance city. at a k'w i ( : told me .he expected to go.to Florida pork that .had. fattsaedthoN ::
; .: I complimentary notice; > \ ; : ..*. It oponod'mi? ;,
a.d And a person i winter to look op for a
its. ;rt
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.. si >ca ( abet I'an to 011I tt. &Del I'IIi
.Mt or door;' practically"a. .ttae In the assembly Mm of tao S .**. and I toM Urn Kistaatte ,
can '.fruite.v, 'M and think If h -bave the give-th* BWWorLand Co. a :
vege- tan
,. j grow : Methodist church Dr George :. i
-' '. ," farm products and even'flower ? ; of eadingnr..xoell.nt pa teirtiMonlaJ. kUhn the* all ,abest '
'; : .T I Cole formally inaugurated the lyceum I an thing that I saw that caa*.. to '
me
MIIIg',time, whether it i i. in Jan u"c.urw between now and the time. he goo
+ and. that-her ROOd I arranged by the Woman' Auxiliary be will think' I about wonder at the poesibUtties .in farming
1>. .aq'.ctr' Ja1)'t a* of that church, delivering a.l..1 ; ; am' right for "
.l:. 'r"d. t ehooU.nhe beat of health, conditions, I would : : and 1:i assure you be-will profit .right around us.
ture on'.the'.ubJeet."Th. Prehistoric
)! Sam Lnpfor aaid: "I've been living
tfhe. mildest. of both"winters and sum- a valuable to town
"' .. I People 0"'the. Southwest, Cliff, DweUer : ; : resident.acquisition1" your here 26 year, and. I saw more of the
r: ,' ... and a* intelllgentand hospitable a: Thankingyou' in' ad-
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,,' ),''r ; a'' eat..fpeopl.&I'can.befound with*, which,/was ;. 'atereoptiawa'vlewa" : . ;; .i "" in former Visit
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,' .hi it wonder they'buy lane'move.'their'families I 'Your truly .
any. : This . ..
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number ;
betng-the first,. of 4ha to i M. S. ''V1DAL.. into the lower country! '
d '. 'r-'" 1* J course.the, Fadie-who had 'eharjpe oft work. } ; + 'PS"X"verjf': nearly 10"uk boon .below. Ptirrngttr; '1 . ,11, r
that the arrangement were joM a Utfl* He : : land down then, .,
.c ,,_ ,- EMre, i*, yon nativepMt anxious aa to Its auoeaw' but the highly !. ; : ; If. you. have any extra copies 01 m/bvy;,j "'.' .'.'

aacm to realise you have I ; paper of Nov. 8; there 1* aa arts lIIe.! .
,. interssa and-fenterteiniag. Esctnre. from : ; W. B. Maklnaoif wI4r .
MTiountry on the face of theWhy .' on the Kiy+ Ptairia cs.rribPur! ,
man if the people';who I of.' .Dr.Dr.Cole Cole JUipeBod JaeksonViUo all.. doubL warm ", ( nacre' Land Co.'* teed dead. ( .-.a I knewhe baJ '" }-: ,
capsO'to ; the ,
bare buaine( to end out abate hlf 'a ....:
hOftJ'lc"r ly praiaod.. VU oroa Arouihout the make > book
> ...Wisconsin, I _. to some of sly jMoMto trlsK' are
1 ,JIItd ''ln"" faet' d' countryand-the: ,iaasUrful aianlwr'in. '. once; ; ; down in December... If yo. .have tine' It' ,
which ho handiod Ida. aubjectJaaTntaproved .
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speak tp i f 5henll1&7 of; ;+poo- ,cliff'The.dweller MMMhora* wo of tM. *, : tef j .w. 1Nes" ,

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man wfco Njy ; land I that thof ...... k 1 ; .. .DR.. HOLT .,Ole THE 8APT.I8'I'j

W putting bit money) tojsirom with gMptMl'. ... .W s. #,+ ...'.... CHURCH CALLS ON PEOPLE :

r (r left Saturday;for ; if If :i<'u \ t TO ATTEND SERVICES thlra tlligt'tll''

"but wd return here't.be . thnll t
NEXT THURSDAY.
December with. a''carhomeseeker ww .'MltHlMhi illpKRfplANDSCtWIcS : : '
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tl -4- church will join in a union aM* tables to trNtls'aMl'r ,
S CUTTING i bat : ( [ service to be held a and a walk through the Ja
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I' LANDS INSPECTED tfoe church Thursday, Nov. 28. D I i mumplicity ot t

SCRAPE SUNDAYHUCKEBY f" BY LARGE PARTY, .FROM I J. Holt J pastor of'the Baptist f digglaulfeel
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THE WEST, ..,. for : the following invitation:. gatedt b
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is 4 MAKES A&- ''t-j ; I I This year a Union Thankagivinj:,

8At1tT ON JESSE M'CLEL- Clifford Brans? "prekien:. loll+ ,;;the the ; I will be held in the Fi
.. Narcoosaee Farm 'A Town it ',. Co:; ar,, such church: and Rev.
LAND WITH KJUFE.dy rived In Kisaimmee"+ Tuesday1 with" a lis\ al I I deliver the s

\ party of thirty prospectors fromjVari., i ever:
awa tv ous points in the;Weat,1.\Vho1accom'; ,i I +s
ath q t followed the drown- panied :him from Kiasimmee--teethe the ,
1 ? Lohr Sunday when two location of the tract owned by": the I
a Mphing in a launch from company at sreoo__. : .I :
Iraagagg in the search for Arrived at; Narcoosse the part -

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Valley:'Country beneath the side of the boat by the buy ,..II ... ,lu. 1
;. ,, swift curant. Reaching over 1 .ised city or Su"'..l In. anon/nor
_. -, : \ .;:, him under the arm pits ': and said: IMH F.rmnd liu t pin,' tA y rt /;
"Shall I' itt Shall I save your Tampa Bay Level ; '
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; MAGAZINE WRITER VlSlt,;laAJCENOER THROUGH THE life Remember, you will pnSbably' AmnrKNO NMI'. | Hunk I r.:
TAMPACeuW'Wc'AlIor4
z e your Crop CHAIN OF LAKES AND RIVER THAT' LEAD TO/, never.a of better a newspaper chance stave to cast/ Say off -

THE, GREAT LAKE QKEECHOBEE.By ., the word, old boy and I willlet.rou' .: go
ft' r for I am still I your fn_.'"
; : : ;i : with: ;i.'J : '"No, pull hard"'you doggonOun!'
_ _ ,( 'Walter Henry) ., et*and u;> await the ',on tree", wf kr Bean.. I' have trek. to do. 'aiu. )>>
l-has abaady been said and remainder of the party, who had must live, 'What-' !would *nr friend t/J/
., by word ,of :month: about dew by motor 11'' Thalderived Bobo Dean {n Miami. do if I#ould die,
h ( "BRADLEY"t ,, .. exploring. expedition to I out.three' 0 ea..... and ..after'exi and likewise,that conservative pirate
.. I OamaliBbss by way of Bassngr,,. D&.nit'_; Frank ,,dark., Pull pull ntound
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a M "Q$ der the Idndly endgnrous pa 1'JM. Blur has a ... pine* SM'' '
t t o f : of (feat*prince! of hosts and good., ..... shod .but.there was BO see.. Marvin'Goodmanhsd ;reaUtd-'oor'preefJ -
r 1 low ,Captain Fred Hunter." , StIon of' alligators. either at UM ....Dt,' bean busy".with the COOK(
': ; :' Uk. all intrepid conquests and. or\_at.,th ee; shed. ,I.esvingthla,r stove*' daring oar effort' in the ,water,
.TRE"'bo? y( :and: 'wK nr ,, 'lug ,excursions into ,the:;heart of- we and Jtad, a}splendid breakfast- ready
'ta: 'jfwtilizera'ire manee and,'adventure, th* ," trip' ....'In aouseinstanceatho'tads; when'we cam over the rsil, ,like' two
., BuengerRllas been.the; n Jncaas below -the sea leVel bedraggled. "IOns. of eptun.. :,We
; ''allimp prtsiitV"If' First recipient of base calumny'and uv strang to4''say; .this\ land look>ad( hung ourS clothes'' on the hurricane
AA ? ranted exaggeration.' , >' *and there ,was' no'water upon deck to dry; but unpropitious wind
(dtcidfir: :, :'wHai} : ,yeti The hopes,,the 'aspirations,'the' ; The soaiMty"'now< bagan to look carried 'them Va way;" and' afterwardswe
3 u ; ; : impeachable: *courage. :of,,the ,,trop"" and''' reminded roe, ',o! emulated the native Seminole with
? are feftilieing and:then' taio Hunterfexplorers! of the prairie country in Brazil, dignity hard to support,Sot our com- '
: are generally 'pretty1' w.U"kno .... such',vast,fortunes have been panions, persisted' in' being' facetious
.yrork '-to that end.'.., When I waved an ..trectlona in,,'stock ',.raising. There .'were about u '
to the dear'fellow at the dock,'as : ..tn.- rolling landsCape,, fringed : : _Arrival at Basenger,> Toegadr.Ir o.nnie. yINlg ,
i ';Second learn, ,, ,wh t' good.' ship Roseadele"hpisted -' forest and decorated with occas The' riser now .becomemore.. open CI.OVF.a KNOW ihii ti to HMr-twftectTa '.,s
?:! and pointed her nose south I .clumps'.of 'lone palmetto'and the Captain Saunders shot a six foot allIgator -.v.ry detail end particular/ ., leacMGC.eeowwpecould 4
\certain' .formulas' :are, (made, for,: .:and j jwhein looking his Pkadiil *,hunting .' little depressionswhere: cattle 'which,wa basking In the sun. B.K.r hrUkJ. Maevlu.pwd"H.IU. else,
and leggings that the Captain' gather, for''water .and,for"swee but'we did not' stop' to Secure the and eelh.1ne1Ryblae,
'' ; ( to; 'use. them;; ':.Fertilizers: ,, ''rich'' 'in presented a !spectacle highly', grass:) 'The' boat scraped' ,the trophy 'We had seen all\the alligators cull' Stan t
able and approp te; of.thej stream over and over w* wanted to", for one,trip.. As, wewound
solulile;: .ammonia are made' ,for '.rapid i when he shouted to take good and 1 we'bad 'good shooting a' backandforth. ,following! the t1slrlg*fltverRcDRINK '
: the Scotch, like a Billy fellow I and other,birds.:, Cattle'occas ,river, it eemed odd toy,view,the how
growthwhile' ,, those, 'for fruiting ,are' ,] he had sqm.,reIerence settlers swam.across th..river.'ahead' declining. sun. first'from the east. 'and] : i IT"if .
Tt the''rolling,prairies vof the Ki uSa..dllS also,several0alligators: then from the west,,now> from- 'the1 .V,
w ; .de !igaed to, :make; the fruit l and: : :carry Valley. ;. .V V one point was a lonely cabin situat north and then again from the) south ti
-The wind ,wall''_kicking' up a \ in ,a majestic grove woodland, The arrival:'at. Basenger occurred at
w \liCs; through :to, :maturity: paw as we 'left the dock and as I .asolemn and spiritual''sceni: nightfall"'.We found a pier extending{

I 1 R.pai, I ed around,..the-narrow,deck I< the new;;gathering shades of even down to,the water's edge and ache,j
4 : FERTILIZERS that the vessel Was designed for .' The afternoon was'.. waning, ', t t or storage purposes. Otherwise there
,:BRADIEY'S fort' and utility rather than Land of Glorious Sunsets.* '- Were no- signs of human'' habitation.:
., '. ", ". She was 68 feet over all, 12 foot i had been discussing)with' err We 'wondered/where the, rest of the
'. .' and.equipped. ;with 25. horse.' the river should be shortened and party were, ,who iwere. on their ,way:
.re. eoi'balanced'astsupplythe! : : : earIY'. plant food' Ferro engine.. The1'i crew'-.;. when suddenly w..rea uJ to. the ..Lake.-and who were.uppoaed
'" || .forstalk, and.'foliagel attheproper time' ,' aadlaters Capt/ George Saunders, First- magnificent' medTey. of colors to meet u*'there,' but later on in the
; Seth Tyson and, Marvin Goodman,.. forming in the West, and vre went evening a 'party, of .them- came over.
?:,., to fur i i .the proper proportions: of phosphoric'acid',1 I IandpotAht acted a..general assistant. 'in front of the bridge where from the Hunter Camp,' and we'had a .
,,,t&i mature 'the! fruit and improve its ,We' mad a straight path uld view the marvelous picture royal time exchanging. experiences, ,
',/' -tar, Lake, Tohopekaliga, a pretty body, arguments for improving the for the, party by land a. well as the (,
w quaitr.) .. I ," Fresh'\water- upon whose shores : not half'a mile apart foi party by sea had been suffering various O
:WTIteus tQdn': located the fast growing city,'of, and fort citrus growth--'ant ,vicissitudes and enjoying'' likewise
klet.mailed: l free; simmee. When'w.'had gotten out policy of cutting direct, channel numerous pleasures. .' '; 4t .
t1 i. sight'of land and were .Itting the river The next 'was'Sunday. ,and
r. serpentine. were morning .. .. -. .
The" AmcricMk. ',. jhural Chemical cO., and snug around the,, table M the forgotten. We stoodand watch it dawned.clear:and bright. We were '
i .,, ", t; rt Ing" i .PO Boo Z1L Jaclteav .Floridav Incidents which may ,JM etched by.the Great Creator and-it had taken ua<' nearly. by the' HEAL TRKAVslatNT 'JnTH i,
: :. r' ; e. 't'.hat. Night," pre-eminent could only wonder at. the';futility three days to make the Journey.;. .We. REE'DA VtJ, Why .... .hundreds , r
I Ip \ 'A Favored Land._ . manto, reproduce'it; , ,. wen-still fifty' miles from "tha graft. i' of dollars\ and "'Josei weeks
'- r .. We d'com.about, twelve the wonderful colors .Were dying; inland'sea'of Lake Okeechobee: ana n>* 'with Dther>>treatments4 when:you ,
ri ? g across the lake' : to Southport of the'IIkySeth,'Tyson."who. was' new townsite which was our destination can- be wired I by: .theft ,KKALTUEATMENT
Ih '. , < where 'we dropped anchor.'. ,,1_ the'wheen;;:';,saw' 'smoke in ',th*. j '.that is'fifty miles by,' ater" By IN :THREW: DADA t "",
; morning we proceeded along Into l' $1'- brail,.the.route which we,tooklo get and get bettor taints., .,No......., .
t : __- V-, ." ' 1tel--ee:, Your Bank.r Cypress and hence for' a distance Steamer'Lily'said' Seth "jfti there. It was' only ''about 'twenty derntlcs private PhYsldua., :.. ,
ytl t' :' : 'iT'A'NTOI\' ;z2! miles'' across Lake Ifatcheneha coming 'Up : from Batseng miles.;;'From' Kissimmee to Lake Okeechobe .. .rooms:, utmost privacy.' '& ,,"-'.
:'n::' ",''S : 'C.O.. three miles on to the Gardner 'bound for Kissimmee.f{ ,". .",:' by:water It is 216 miles.. ',By. good results with: .y I'IJADIT. ',;v'
WHOLESALE. pRODUCE. During'th.[ morning 'w* ; Lily looked like aTOeanwr taken air., line. it Is only 87 tnilse. .Full information. of : ;,
.relied for fish and shot at birds the leaves f 'a. bOo I Homeward Bound. .
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: : ,!:=;.e I 1' MEWPHJS' : head' with cheerful'; abandon. ,. disappointed not to seethe name On the' steamer homeward bound" N1ALINSTITUTE''. ;:'
I , CI--S'a ..tiu.1t"V'.aeta'bl.\ .. ?ve came into .Lake Kissimmee Belle" on the stem and to see Captain Saunders told us stories about 22G;E. First St/'Jacksonville'Pla.' ;" /
many, tortuous'turns:' .Captain Bludsoemerge from the pilot the famous "Packlngham,"' or moonshine Only NEAL, INSTITUTE in 8Uta> ,
ters pointed' out Nigger Rldge-\, and shout "Hold her nozzle ''agin rum, that is mad in remote sec! : Phone 1681.It.\ .
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.' .. " / '" flamed because an unfortunate ) bank til the last galoot's ashore." tlons':from the skmimrngs of sugar,
K.t l. pai had been drowned there :years -sombersilence now,began to fall ne,"whlcb'.Is raised with great success i
-. V 1' fore: and of interest because the d the lonely prairies and darkening in the Kissimmee: country. It '
A : who parted; spirit of the poor African ., a silence that somehow seem. seems.It derived, its name in:a most THEtpP: r; 'NOTCH PRICE):,
ti: Every person supposed to haunt the regions;, on suggesttragedy, and mystery. rrewsom way';peculiarly,appropriate
nights* *. blood-red'Of' the ,afterglow had however,to,th* early days of piracy, I.FOR::CITRUS FRUITSbT ;
: ; : :': ,i,. ' "I"Jo. '. water.The sun was shining ,blue which swirled 'upwards in acklngham was anEnglishofficerwho assured only when sloe! torft'ta
I bt4 a.,,I','DLJ."I: ; ; I : the air was, balm across of milky vapor.:' It has often .had been killed at the battle of .,properly. wrapped packed ....! r
". ,". Azure skies there boated little_ it'I: said that there Is no twilight' New Orleans in the,war of.,1812, and '' i
,t .' . whose 'Good quality, .wrapping. ......*; i.
': -, clouds and many kinds of birds.' ,,; & ; 1 now"know this .\bepot: body had been shipped back to ,
"1/. '1"" ,J '" # ...1.,, "riJI., .,,, ' great Creator baa rarely blessed . ./ \ England 1 in a hogshead of rum to preserve nice clean crates i'cootnMtad.M
.\' .. 1 'j : spot.; Passing; alone: fet .Travelling Down the Klasitameet it. Mutiny broke' out on> the as to CARRY and rea. fa.dMttsw-
L ,'. '. i: ,." t" ; : ' ... 'we entered the Kissimmee, was no fort atFort m. bn. vessel and the sailors drank most of ,bon in goad aoodittoa.MM "'
''', '... I..' ":' I' : It"ijrd E.;: s'A;J.&f" ., : d --* ,!' It hae'been'ao'ndied .beea... ho rum before'they were aware that .V .. !
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1'1'''' ','J' else point fare lendWga had bn'concealed in Bver
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;)fdd-\ .-. ,.. ,1" :Iii the rt a.binle..of.our, we had ettae( great thick this pc Uar grade of rum has I
t 1.,1, :: ;b, s ;" from ,the" IHastmme* Prairie .>e. *,known'as..Packingham. < ,ROYALwR PPDlG'PAPM ,.
,, '>;" -I..t iur 'jtire" :fil m ::1 'jj <, .....regions, .in,the .. cattleand: ''I .have ''nevereaten. Beautiful Groves of.Citrus Fru t:.. CRATE MATERIAL "
Rice birds flew
. more delicious.. They were up before us from -
Iril } }' ,1", 7" a. '!MFi .ileeWHawaiian': ,.and.vryten4erand juicy., 'I' the1! river banD in profusion' on"theomeward CEMENT-.COAXED NAWf ;
i "'r" ;1 : 1"I'!- ",' r ,' /,;', ;' .,#' .never eaten; -Meat,so.nourishing : passage*:-W.r passed groves ISTHCLAJte --.
"\ '" ;.. \' Food nwef.tasted; so 'good, befo appeti&ingan.bel'O..; I..As w* sat of lemons.and oranges,'and fine fields "' ,
:a ; ,' But Mvaral articles' 'on the' > .,,'could 1 t hear' th.eJ7- of sugarcane.and.b. rda of cattl.Aton : .and meets all. &be m .
/frrirNV.r ' -,' made.,..a< preat' impression upom, ,call of the night birds to their *.point "" ... .'w" ( Onwas;; orange'marmalade,*' .,, ,and : Marvin, Goodman'told Won which aboat a don boy. and :
F r, a, \t ,. ';1 : 'JL I,.. 'iI :: 1'letord at Soho Square, London, of early days at: .the fort which girls of,.aU class war*.playing..daring. "" ."III "r'141\ ::,
,.' '' .this been down to,him the raosas ._. .
\;.; ' i\ r .' brought's;to CI01QItI'7..I.cIed t passed i along V
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t.\ 'y\, ,',, .." ( ,',"' .J ,1 sixty par. cent,,tariff, tad sold in the other folk and steamboat lore ; Tha. veasal. waa atiroand again,stillartlkstUancV i 9
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:, t';', '. ,.. A Pall of Teats.
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; 1e: ered than .....E .is me,of 'scenery along the riven in 'with'. ',. 5 V
. t"-: . whfin....... .. Br ail.,_ Daylight.came'suddenly, ant;a.Ji'it.t. 11.: ad'', wsnt ,WE FURNISH ALt NW3> ':,.
1'( \ '. Jt.: I fill thaoraj. .sad of all...wit. .-Z to burst In glorious triumph udder, but was resisted"without. .. ; serious ._. 8ARY SUPPLIES FOR PACING
'i>.I: ; .-: .the .?.. .'confines: of darkness,with. a injury* ."" ' FRUITS AND Vl*
For theirs .Be I...J e leap, and arising. refreshed andeosttfaraed When another, day; .had railed
,1 iw-c: :, : ,.,.J i1M. ...... we our. war, down around t.we were near a.lonely he...- TABLES., ..:.
1 .. ,-_ ... ..- .,!, -....; OV ::..thaw coursed ejong.dt 1aDcICOmlD8Dly..luIowa; -as'* ''Turkey .
"r-, as It .,1r took more in- Hammock anJ had eaten breakfast

". ....,:,;j t t- etrer.' We woald when Reese, without. a partinc word E. BEAN .,
't took I his rifle and want ashore to hunt
,, t ..& When he had gotten away from tile 17t1vesard4JACKOvIJ4)'
P UM / }h ., veissi to:, tke.tof two hundred '

TMIttd the cr w hoisted. anchor and w* ) ,
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NE! cOst ,. as'rti our. war. I was shavinf, ,
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$240 Reeas was net aboard.
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t}.. ? oY 'm. w.a' We put .bade at once!,, although we GUAR
., t .... floe .tragg.' 4rarlts ih the ha hour an ear way, and after
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f fFl .... the trail of a eowtdtltihtras.t htownc fojr boras, ring many rounds
.. I ,DV "V '. '.... ftAcL It seemed odd, that w. .. ''distant headland ,-
travtsllod. downstream to ranch .. "a solitary figure.
eeun' y, when. the St.>.'.Johns' saw AINIrV tadosbt.d OW.orta. We got GaaraateesPreaare
IEN&CO. flows north, but than then *n>v oat the Stara-and Stripes and waved
Many odd contradictions in bill to lsN wap them aDd find more salutes. And as *
that eec 4aaUF ap Na t a too JM am roached. we, found that the fig etraete at TMts' >,<
and rests satfeaesTthat.. h* is in u anr= s ure was Indeed. that of the disappear 4/
, .' derland where no surprise. to psnil$ without dwpllesnd 'lag huntsman and that be ,was still ColoalsaUeala
prove too sharp-Do eoMnat too is my asuawnhatt saw bin I alive, though tired and ravenous from Fields '
.: to be bdl.... "J h hnc #1. side of the vessel I hit wsnde up: He had seen the boat
: W* Meet the Land. MY.t..... awlft current, with all his leaving, had fired all his shells to at-
ATE BAil OF I1SSIMMEE'y In Lake Klssimm. we 1DOOaD.. n, to Join in the rescue work. tract attention and then watched thecraft
; ( : high waves, like on the ocean. bv*>nt got your necktie on," vanish with indescribable feel
...'i.:1 -,' little packet JsAtahed and tossed .. *. caaaslkr, "Better come ings of loneliness. Titles tot
'. : .. .U tke. few landfSipers aboard did and gtin&:Jtlas! That was W. arrived back at Kissimmee early
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: ; G, ..,,. f.'i \ wins, and as the Baseadel 'ortunate yiiaprvation. Joe In the evening of the third day and
;';' rose and fall on the crests of the na.hedthen cold. found that th* little city; had been informed -
For .toeolaslrriwr : coming: waves, there was .....' \ And grabbed of our' voyage through the
..... ... wr.r. or VLoniDA.; '" on the wooded chores pietu ajF medtam of tha party' by I land, who had
., .. Mar ag.a O rr or IU.....'..... studies in white and (reea, caused e gottepTbacfc tale highs .Defers.the
', the ........ and the vegetettoo.Tho .. iratetr barb .. TUB. my dear ri true
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OMjOOQuOO '. vMt detta, and ), sod Joe ugh pedf the of It was iy
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{. ritW.r" sitMoeiberi' ; must not think that' 'it'Mtfc ." suteofiber The following of:the latter.v..!.?. ,OOHMM OMtt from. "who.*',f.ti.' ryuiah.t road he,represents: , and .W.....' not ;:;**#." the,'..... sjood JtjdnsMtit i ia

',!I ; .. .Mott"'bf; the 'publie + n'to'kter' >> ,efepof 1 '; weltornierly'a citicen'of"Florida" ndwho"take.'Uvely'lnterelt'ln Cleary.D, did.TMBTRUT' ..,. .or''rath- ';: I lsnterrnce' that ye i 'cio,,,in biajjbff goods fs>r yww ;,4 F

,.n d .them..the subscription :prie, aajt' is '.' th..af..''' "The. immigration1 department of i I store or Jari ea Jar yosjr,heiy'fAjTiuA,5t
t : : fairs of the State. 1:2'heletter: ; is addressed -' the. Atlantic\,Coast .Line i,,consists\,of , ' ,. ,'i, -H-. ./-, -..... .-.-.... --.. .. ..
,ma&d to f them Gcomplmeitary by !bur>Board J J'Jj to .w."B. Harris, publisher of Wilbur McCoy at Jacksonville and E ? '

', ,of,Ceunty;Commissioners for the purpose; the. "Copy Gazette'arid of the'Gazette.rays>, ,*at.1hand.nd' N. Clark has,a at atenojrrapber''Wilmington/', and'C.-that, andeach is ; : E, BONEGAN fSHRWCE i l A6 Ey .
I them the roast on our old friend the entire force
Acquainting' with the advantage Wilbur of. roadthe .
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. McCoy was read with great interest...'._ richest and most '.powerful In" ,the. '
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:and,, opportunities., this.' town nd"county' offer. "Lordy. }.you, did Jive It to'him and, South." *'' ,D. ;'Wf.G" : *, j
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'few: Weeks. to any person whose name'is girenus NEW TOWN ON, GREAT. four weather and conditions fivetons continue of cured::normal'hay.:, .If h. , r- ,., ,L vS'.' . ,

,and if they should,desire..to receive it regularly will.make another cutting this. :year*... .

thereafter, we would. be glad to put LAKE OKEECHQflEE Fsllsmere Farmer.' '! ":1

them on our;subscription, .list at the regular" ,Drinking, Water ''and,.Pu'wle Health. #, TATEO. BANK!; ..OFLOldcst JS $ IHEE
Nor that railroads
and
!. tot 'rates steamboats,
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engaged in interstate' commerce are e .:Ban* In :Dsceeta: ,
EXTENSIVE PLANS. :ARE. MADE forbidden to furnish' drinking ..cuP'rj:] Camrty --....,.. "' ,
I the public health"service has turned J "
.-' Its attention. to drinking.wstelc. ,1 DePHi 1'7'for'' ,'1
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r It is issuing an order to all railroads) UNITED: STATES GOVERNMENT! SfATE or FLprptjaCOUNT1ror .:
= EXPECTED THAT THE .HISSIM: and steamboat lines that water for : OSCEOLA CITT. ?* RIB]
"J ; drinking on trains and vessels shall .,
MEE VALLEY ;"
DIVISION
OF be..certified as to, its purity by the .CAPITAL, ST&K 'FULL PAID:?. . ",' :::'; ",:t::: 00
: OF EAST COAST RYj: ; WILL health authorities of the State -from .i. t "

": , for Sale: BECOME" ; MAIN LINE.. which plies to it ice.is .drawn.Moreover'The,it same requires rule that ap. STOCKHOLDERS: LIA8IL1TY. . .'..... ,;, . ,"1>,'t?tlr( .J?

"? I water containers DEPOSITORS'JSECURITY.! .. .,, .
.-I be scaldedr'with : : : .t'"'' j I: f',J'x .
I ,steam once a week: ., "
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I. :'Things are being''.done on .a big The second order is' a's "needful as ,INTEREST PAID'IN;SAVINGS '.DEFARiWlW. ': '
-LAKESIDE FARM'AND: GROVE, This. .splendid property'con- seal at the new town of Okeechobee the first. No one who.travels can r be SAFETY 'BOXES' FOR .
DEPOSIT? : RIN.TI
in the lower
tains'' 127 ,acre.located'; about- three miles from the'city limit' of p.rt.of'St. Lucie county blind/ to 'the carelessness with which' .

Kiss mmee, fronting nearly half a mils on. beautiful Lake..Tohope6olip ;, and with those'the activities who are not have little: ,In idea touch of often water"flirty" il handled, the.' water'The containers I. carted ire In C. A., Carsoi Jno.: 'M.:'Lee
"and 'extending to, the county, road. A''most beautiful building' the scope of, the work;which is being dirty..cans and when ics"is 'used it Js :Pre .'t .Vlce-Pres't ,2d Vleert'-: f r.: ..,
apott': the county 'road with a fine of live'oak:trees:planted .out in'' done, in the opinion of Henry ,A- dragged through all sorts of filth and '-' ' \ .. .
L'Enel., spent a few hour' in dumpedby, .grimy into the .
the form of a square, which would surround the house with beautiful few' hands < v.. '. .
Kissimmee a days 'ago. cooler .
b de'that has'green foliage the entire year around <11 .'prop.-. Mr L'Engle came from Bassenger .Indeed, ,, it, ,II' not only''on* trains .nd . =t' "i(,]
arty'ie-fenced and cross?fenced.Into four or'l five',di erentenclosure on Capt.,. Jphnson's boat on'' his return boats that this,/&,ross, carelessness exists "
*.' .There*ar! nearly. ten .acres.of grove molt tof| which l are fine from a week at Tantie which is to be Qne can see .icemen anywhere R
large bearing; trees,, Ja.oceounler: trees coining on;; abouthalfthe ; known Okeechobee.to the. world ,henceforward'as. hauling Tce over the sidewalks preparatory ,,,
farm is fine hammock. rich and and to putting it into refrigerators FAVORITErFRTItIlIS :r
very productive a greater ,, :
The townsite is four miles from the where afterward itis, chipps doff and
of the land is in the artesiaa'belt where fine wells j'
part flowing
can l north shore of Lake .Okeechobee on a used to disseminate. germs in drinking,
,be had, there;beinB-three'flowing wells '.t the present time;a six' creek. A boulevard is to be built to water,; ARE;'THE RESULT PRODUCING" KINO ::"
room house :with two' porches.surrounded? : by, beautiful live, ; oak(: the lake from the town and the creek The ''new rule of the he.ltb'servlc.. I
Is to be straightened and dredged so particularly beneficial because 'They are as good aa careful supervision 1 and honest <
tree;f: some pretty palm. in the front yard and a. banana'grove near that,deep water navigation be trains and boats pass, through so .' methods can make 'them: Special formula for .. -'. :'fit( .
may
ti th, ehoue; good stabhts. corn crib wagon, shed and 'hay mow. This '1' had.up ..Lo,,the ,town.' : many 'sections of the country;.' anyone CITRUS' FKUIT3. POTATOESJ.''TOMATOES,. <,.. ":.
it a :Very' valuable proposition and the property can be had including -' The promoting- company is .backed of-which maybe infected. MELONS' 'BEANS r'STRAWBERRIES! 'LET., ;j' ---'If
the grove and improvement for $100 per'acre 'on most favorable by aU ,the capital that will be needed The'only wonder is that such regu TVCE."CIa.ERY'ana.n' t.ruck.cro '
terms. A'great fortune can be built,up here in'the citrus fruiting; to.-(put their,, plans in operation and l lations were not made and enforced WRIT' FOR POOKL.T'INDtPENDENT' ' ... .
duttry.. make and have Mr. L'Engl. thinks opportunities long l ago.The answer.lie's in thehappygolucky FERTILIZER ;
one can a goodliving, some money beside in'g attitude of Americans COMPANY
for the almost''' I
great instant
growth
trucJLuig: and fanning; thus leaving the returns from the grove"each},, of the place from a village of no importance who prefer to suffer all sorts of indlg-t JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA'. .
::year, which would soon' put a man in fine financial condition. This to a resort and. shipping cen blUes rather than"make a row.' -.Geor I ., J., ...:JLKE.:A ..tt. ". t av "yJLfi' '
property could be divided in to.four or more-different parts each ons. ter.. .jN.wsBr; s; ef., a

: having fine orange and farming land This property must be seen Lake'Okeechobee Is' at' thistime: .

to be appreciated, it has the real intrinsic! ,value. industry filled with Mr.craftengaged,L'Engl.says In.'that the' Ash he yf9191>I !Yt !Ii'91 !Ii !tli'li''t! !$ !Ii tt! i tf'i Yi Iii !1lt !t.Fi !th !Ii !Ii !Ii .'Ii.Iilili! ! ii! '

:We also have'truck farms and city' property, groves of all kinds l would place the number. of fishing 'I-

'and,:.izel.. Correspondence( r : solicited. Prompt t attention to all I inquiries. craft In' the'on neighborhood the lake'at a rough: five estimate hundred. ..., , ,'

: The lake is teeming with marketable !Ii :
fish and there is ho chance of exhausting !Ii i 1UNDERWOODI' \ .
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oreven appreciably'' decreasing rl1 : :
') NELSON REALTY the supply for many- years to come. "
COMPANY, Ft. Myers is at present the shipping $,, !IE
point, and in '-order. to get'.there. the TY. ,
Over Citizena' Bank KISSIMMEE,:FLA mats have to f travel/'' many niiles
through a'' ''tortuous channel. ,When E ;
the 'Kissimmee' Valley division of the !

Florida East Coast railway reachel' .
.." ." '_ " "' '' .. L '' , ', _. In . Okeechobee all l .of this fish 'shipping !Ii : k
will be done from that point..' ,!Ii ,
h .'.'*If there' were 'no !'other'' 'prospect !Ii 1.111111 !Ii

Proof. Shawl i '1ILet :\',.the.' .Proof' L'Engle."that than,to' this insure fish the alone business future would".of. said be the sufficient town Mr. .'''MechanicalEffiGlency,> :: .

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";' this however, the section is rich !Q
i -We are State Represen'tetives for the a one
and'Some'of the finest citrus '.
groves
BEST ;4n PUMPS GAS ENGINES in the State,are. located in, that vicinity (; .
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'' All Kinds "" .Stationary and Marine ,It is said that the railroad company !Ii ,. "' I
and is putting down ninety'' pound railson ";
thin livlsion, and this is taken to I
,Engines Boilers mean that the best trains are going The UNDERWOOD? TYPEWRITER has'been displayed at all .exposition i i of importance, -r:: 'k'
Hoisting Engines, I to be run this line the to > !
over on
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,, . M j the lower' Ealt'. Coast. The way:East 1j :dace Il00,1e4is;' EVERY case was awarded .the athst! :.,u.... The,list I feflawsi\ ,,, ,.., ::
and Carry General line of ., (l'
,a Supplies. Coast officials are interested.in the $ .1' T.: J,;! :
,, 't ,for all Purposes development .company'and. ,it will be !Ii,, .. .. ,
1 no more I than the realization of a .o.r4r ,
> ,) ; I I I reasonable expectation to sea the town !Ii{ ,.J' -, ..: ,+.1111" ... : .... if
THE H.. E. PLOOF: ,MACHINE .CO. of Okeechobee grow as rapidly as some .'"' ..;..' 'j 1 ';l;l \ "<1 q i7"a3-:> s,\' ': h' .1'r,y: '1M'Itr !f;' ;,\ .-" .' 'F'" "" ,, ..}' '. .
i i'J of East m! 'i"t"7 ... d'';'", ,, if'I, {,'' > ;, 'IJI'I/ ..:\: ..' .,..,-. .. . ', .' .: .
.' the .Coast'towns; have. 'during, ,," \ \ .' ,'I'.,""<\" .' .:'>WJ ; j ; '\ 4, ," 'f. ,,." \ .', . ..,: I..'.""'"' " .' -;: .. ''' "i,t', "...:.,. .
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r- ""OCEAN{ ; the-paet'few' .- *R ". 'iI'i/ \\Iif " !" '< '
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IQeatine'.atOkeeehobee.'Hewas '
'if eye .\ : '. ,,F' '\Grand P".. Bt.fPetersbhr c11.- ; i: :
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'..";k r- r.rd's J, I . ::iT-I-: : : : : there;and impressed this
. ::1. '" : ; . ,his :f.miliaritY,1with, theplansthat'are1 IKffi! f .....,Ayit ,,....._..J',_ ..,.... ......... ..'..,,..--...-..:...1.1. .{...-.--_-_. ... ,.... r.-'. :q"' ':....."M ...<",!, ,'- .. \\I"
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; rl'J" I ".. gr I"f'. 6.'f"( A.. a Pbone.(9, ( being madev>to band "' ,1,1" :' "'" :;' '\ )',. .J: "
.. $/ .: I the town along the post modern lines i. Grand G.Id Medal, St/Pejtersbnrs.. ; 1008. ....'fI,Diploma. ttHoaor.\Bo.: \ .'..;:;f.:w l.it r.:........ ..t_, ...._.....
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It>will not be- many.months before ?" '
1'' Adve' Gra.d. . 'PrI.\.fke.t, J1111ee.IfOSr,.. ad' :...Ph",1"-.
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I : I trains-will J be-running Into th.'Uwnf f \! . "
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r.", _' .r__ _' Jro<" I and when this takes place the town'of ,ffiw!! \'n.Wj )leda..G..p.. .'r' ,..._. 'f...".....t1to ., .. w urm:: : .,;' .':-="'\\f'Bo' ..:.:...,..,..:: .-r-..,_;;..._,...._:.. -..'....:':;.;. f.-r: :- },
\ I'." ...... ,W.i.. +_...aww .. Okeechobee will prominently (be- 'Grand PrlaeBartelona .il 07P ', .I" : AI
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t* '!\\t.. . jn.the. :"nave, >>lantbjFall.Made'CreatTonnige: Crepsvi'&: ; ; ', 1' CW'l. '..'1(2)ji'.rtlan&' : n."If.:,........t-yvu..... ,r.'. ,.' 1..N"filsiq.. ........ ..'. .";..,'..-..!'' .,. ... '''' ..,_,. '.:', '..', I '. ,..
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"d "I, We'inak* soecialty f planning;' preparing; I profusion in'th.,/ emonltratlon farm.: ., .... .,., \, .. .' "'. .. '
""flurarore! 'J; and conducting V for' -<( Lettuce plants beans, ,'torn- 12 ,", "" '
yl campaigns egg peas n .
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,, ,fJLand, Companies. Boards of Trad. v..Munlcir -; atoes';,'onions' ,.:celery' and th.,. good 12 It .. .. .. _I .I...,' ,, , : .' ',' .: '
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r.llro. and individuals. ' to eat ..re'lla'kine nent p: .... ,\ "' \ .,;" ; < II"
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'.'" I ; ...... iii' I:sting; The strawberry' patch give ,..n '. 1f.I.. .'.' . ., ,' . ... '. (;; l ,fJ'f., '!..,". .4'.'/,,,' ,,,1' ,'.'),:J ,: '
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L promise'of will soon early) be.bloom'and ready for the the table.earlyteh Sfitfl { ;'Tkc'O. ; ..,. 're\<"eived/Ae"sett'Cressea/ ; ; M..i. .? t"I. .4J.! ..I .. ;'. .. .'iI .' lf''
\ GLENN I ftElW'I TI.SERg ; ; paBy'a ::.'< .td' <.. ... .
l : r ft The"cotton'crop'is'i made"and they .* ';l"" : \; ; '" '' '.., ;. ''''- ' ,' ,
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,, : :. .4 .* :TAMPA .. ." ... :rFCOp'DA' ., \1 l '.can"'The'.uPt'-can.Aeld"I.'An.' be:l''seen;.anywhere!'..in >the;' state.as f1;. !': -.. .:! 'j".Ia;- ,.: ,aQ',: 'isiwttaattjpewMhat.: : ,., t F L'-"lh tHta1;;bot.:,'J.l/; ...:!.:: ..:..,...J..:i.t:.. 1 , '_,:f't.>'.:'',,,:, .'';'<;J;11't' ( ::'," l

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:* .J; ,_. -- .- -- . -- ,"jthan-' The...tonnagewill last year/"which be was heavy 43;tons'' bettor to I ', ',:'K }:aifit" ..l,cI.. States""'-iiJ'Bii.: '" ".P:1'tI..Wb',;:.. ;' .. ?*': as' .i.,''i,?*"*. H':r,"rA. :", aUl.J'laJ. .. .... ."tLi. ..lV I '"jZ,.taB b,'. '. .' r-' -,:r,;Ii"!" n. 1I

.... ...... ... .. ...... . ,.. . .. I the .ere.! The'cane has, a'-wonderful Ifffi'. ', '. -.u.Io..t-Jl'aL.UNDERWOIU1o!! ': it, ''J"' -;. .. ,.!,It'.I.. ,...,.... "" '. .... ' ......'1' 'j" 'II:>; 'i"" -. at' : j': R.r> ,s'j" .>... growth/in: many places, ,.being fifteen) ul t '.r''.'''''',''" ..'..- .:...... ' .. : .." ... ' .{" '' '.'\14." .. :,\r...'. .,, ;*" :. r !rr, iII! I,.. 'w.oil ::0.' :\.,.
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\ MERRUL-STEVENS. >COMPANY. f. 'The -forage'' 'crops are ''doing well.Both' .' fifi "Ii.,' A11.',spied. .reeeids.-pioFeuioid. ,., - ,.t'.d',' , "amateuriare. '. .i.,kdd, 'r-by,.operators'.......',..... ; "'va, , tbt"rna.., .;., '' ,'i I'' .,"..,;."I' '"" 1.'
.. ( the' Rhodes and Para < .. "oJ
. A : :. '. -- -- : "grassesj dunel '. .' [to
"s? 1;; ..: 1 ij ayera: Statewide; i- ,reputationc: lv rtkiequ.rtitZ: ,.aduabW""; :I" ..j;planting have be last nr- cutfour'April.. .The;' times four since. cuttingsof the Iii', d'' .''' . '. , "',!' '.;'" .. -, '''\ : 1 t,,1. ...'(1 !Ii,"I',"' """I:,

., ,- of'wgrkdoneExpertMechanice[ 'sent1, cut.Oeneral\ Black-: ": Rhodes grass,has netted 'ten tons ififi' : '

4 1.4 '.' .,wwttung and'R, p&irtnir.1""I! ..Beams. r Acetylene:-Gas'Welding-'. ,:; ,. of Para cured grass hay has) to done the, even acre better.while ;!the the fifi Underwood, T ewritcH ml .n Y ::Inc.. 'i** '; .

fWhiteOakr' ;:Mahogany,. Cypress and/'other Hardwoods always' tour,cuttings making fourteen tons'' of !fifi ; #'
: stook ''General Machine work.' 'Boat Construction .
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fef !Iir: t ti rr ;f 't'palrs,,, :Eriaitieenandf6oatiactortiCoirefpondencdeoLciteds: 'i J;'hav r .t least two.morecuttings from I fi, .w :tTh'., ERWOOD. , Bu.ILDl'NGf: :.,! : \ t..1

J a x. :I'"; ..lO': .854 v. .. r.$1- -siTS-:---,.,- 'J ackioale1--- -- .; Isr; n' 1!.April each patch'in',which before event the the first:'year's of ,\next tonnage ' fifi: ''NEW. YORK'. . :.. I!' '.. .' '. .",, . .i' fit"( ..
T *'/ehould'' ''be' 'twelve ''tons '.of I, ' J', -' .' 4 ", '': .... ",1.,

'. ;If '' 'I' d 4V i.Rhodes of' Para:''grass'grass :hay'hay..'and. sizjeetl'tons; .fifi , .Breech .OCKM. .'Througievt,the Wend,. 7.; 01.'t .t'- '.' :...: '" "".: :';".,., '::. .

: I.iR. !ii.Ii! !i.iififi'! '1: On .Friday October ;,25..Mr., ::'Conk-" .fifi : J .I ..
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: I \ :;.Jresttlts. '"TWe{'tfrocressive' t busine'>manalways: 'uses'''Jnenv1 'freelyP\'"" 'end all headed. and developed.to the]. ,. .' ."' . e'' 11:;

'>. *' f ...IUIifII..YiYililifilifififilillfimtftUi. . ! ! ! ! I f milky thaVthir'stage. Mr.\ arse belrlreen I\tili-Ii iYi i1iJ.;.. 1I .,. v r. ak. .'. u. f o' 'Wi..i. f' c)

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tr. i T ry HEAVIER-I/THIS WEEK IY,_r..1 SOON. Kissimmee ,Furniture Go's.' ; :.,(f..



: 15TREET__ __ CITRUS '''FRUITS MOVING FAST AULTMAN.GARDENS FINE,SIGHT .
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. BIG REMDYALSALE '
: COOL WEATHER CAUSING FRUITTO NO BETTER DEMONSTRATION OF :

&PQDS NOTIONS COLOR BETTER AND DE- ADAPTABILITY OF SOIL FOR yes

, ,MAND :IS GROWING, AS TRUCKING CROPS COULDBE \
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t r r SEASON'{ ADVANCES. FOUND IN STATE. '

; SHOES. ,., 'HATS -' ; ;w. -.,- ;
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'u' d, resume 19 TO NOV. 23 ;
t The following of the citrus Lettuce from the famous Aultman OCT. ,
:Id1! ,'Useful Household Articles fruit shipments from Florida appear. Gardens will begin to move from Kis : :.
: ; ed under' Jacksonville date line in simmee within the next ,few weeks.This ::'.:;.:
the latest Issue .'of the New York is that has been ,
always '
crop one 'a
.,.. >a s can be'found in the city, ...nd"Us them Packer: .' .. grown- at the ,Aultman'Gardens with ,b0004444' 'I ., : ..,
< There Was a decided change In the ,. great.aua a. and the crop this year "
r [.ifApER? THAN weather the first part of ,the week, premises**) be up to the standard. We expect seen to'move late our aew quarters, which,It beiag
the temperature dropping, lower in Weather conditions,have been favorable who need .
built for door South and will give those ,-
:; ANY OTHER' every section of'the State, making and It they continue' the revenue us next' *we :
HOUSE. ideal weather put, the finishing from the crop will be considerable.It thing in the liae of r ,> .
\' touches on.the citrus crop. Bright: -is not easy for any one to appreciate ,
,
f 1 1f o e days,followed by cool' nights is what ', the. extent of the area under "
+
I l the citrus fruit and lettuce! growers cultivation and the value of the crops '
have been looking for to get the crop and their flourishing condition merelyby Furniture prHQUsefurnishmgs .
)in the best possible condition for ship- reading of the Aultman Garden in : i
t x .. ment. the Valley Gazette. S.', B. Aultman. .,
'.' ) The carfot movement of citrus the proprietor, has a fertile strip .oil .
fruit from the State last week totaled land in the western section of the city '
637 cars, making the shipments this that is laid off and divided into manyof ,
teceola' Ltmibef CO. Inc. season-about 1,650 cars The movement the,popular truck crops, and there I Il , '. ",...
for the next two weeks will l is not a puny looking plant on, ''the '
probably be heavy, as shippers will place.The. 'an enjoyable feast, as a peaf aaDl thing will.'go at cost, and b ,, ..r

strive possible to'for'reach the as Thanksgiving many markets trade.inquiries ias.. splendidly celery just now.beds'are Mr. Aultman looking is : some instances. below cost to u*. We will tell daring thb. sale about ,

: PLANING MILL .AND NOVELTY WORKS ', and orders this week have an expert in growing celery He : 'f
I een much heavier, coming from al- knows how to prepare for it and he
most every State and from all the .acquainted: with the cultivation and'
principal markets. Grapefruit par bleaching of it and what is most important 10000.00 Worth
:Rough\ and Dressed Lumber ticularly is in better demand and it from the grower's outlookhe ,

-., .= it understood that the markets are knows how to market it. There is '
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.'I. 1 .. --- cleaned up and 'ready for good fruit. a great deal in knowing how to pro and. itwill, not pay you to miss it, at yon will be able to buy.at this
1 It has been demonstrated that such stalk to create de-
fully duce a as a .
"''f Sash; Doors, Brick, Lime Cement the trade does not want oranges showing -. mand. The users of celery from the low price for your future needs a* well ,as for your present requirement

; a green peel, no matter if it is a Aultman Gardens know that they are *., n1a.i* an opportunity that will not likely present I.be1fj;
j* Plaster, Shingles, Laths > Parson Brown or some other variety getting something choice in .
;
bran the ( of Kmimmet and nearby towns.
again to raving public
o? fruit green in color but which will when .they buy the Aultman
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL stand the 7 to 1 test. It is color the The first three cars of celery shipped v .
. ----, trade Wants. Dealers report that if from the Aultman Gardens last season
"
oranges are not showing a good one thousand dollars a car. "
Kissimmee, Florida golden color it is better to let the average tman has av crop 'this year We Will Pay ,Freight ,
J fruit stay on the trees until it is right, from which he expects to ship five .
no matter how they taste for if the thousand crates. Looking over a
/ peel is too green the fruit will not sell stretch of area planted to celery which on out of town order*-CASH ONLY AT SALE PRICES. Call and

i i 111111 I.IM i 11 well. It is the color which appeals to l is Just carpeting the ground with inspect the liae and if you de act wish to buy, we will be glad to
Vh the eye and creates the demand, they green Mr. Aultman remarked one.day
Grave C vers" I this week while showing some visitors .laowo. through anyway, as yon will likely. want to buy sometime, \11\
\ : and Vaults a Specialty say.Shipments of grapefruit the place that he should 'sell
were some over and if you de not, yon may have a'neighbor or a friend who witt.
what lighter last week but good fruit j ten thousand dollars worth of celery .
WHITE 3RON/.E i& being moved in large quantities from that tract. He will begin shipping '.
now. The Indian River fruit is showin probably the latter.part of De
Is the most enduring monument jf up well and both oranges and cember. 00000066 :
KrupAfruit are well colored and heavy The potato crop at the Aultman
made. Will not get moss-grown, with juice. Shippers at Miami in Dade farm-is maturing well and the tubersare .:

'crack or crumble. Is more artistic county have again put on a full forceof just now reaching fine table size. ..
men and packing houses again Mr. Aultman expects to supply the -
; and less expensive. pi event a lively appearance. Unusual home market and it is not his inten KISSIMMEE[: FURNITURE CO.
i .,.(, --- -.-- tctivity is shown on the Charlotte tion' to ship any. The same is true
Write me.andl: will call. Harbor division of the Atlantic CoastLine with a number of other crops whichhe .
railroad in Lee DeSoto and Polk has grown successfully, such as J. EMORY RUSH .
+ I JOHN 'H. PAYN', ,KISSIMMEE P. O. counties, and many cars are moving egg plant, okra cabbage and turnips. ,

1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 JM 1 1 1 1 .1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 daily from Fort Myers Arcadia, It i is in the nature of a revelation We have a useful Kitchen Novelty for you if you haven't; already .. 1''" '
It Bowling Green Bartow and other to visit the/ Aultman Gardens and the
points 'in these counties which are demonstrations made there in a got one, ak for It. '
contributing their golden harvest for thoroughly practical and workaday
(he: northern markets. manner will prove of great advertising -
November 5 was the day set at the value to Kissimmee during the
; Gainesville convention when all fruit season just opening. 111111111111111111111' I I I.I 0000.0.00 .. .0.. 0
( Fruit and could be" shipped and be consideredmatured '
VegetablePackers' if the peel showed twothirdscolor. NEW YORK'S BUDGET ,
The orange,shipments since BIGGEST IN WORLD. .
that date have been< heavy, showingthat .
- a large majority of the growers for 1913 Will B.Nearly Seed Irish Potatoes
City's Expense
.,. : Supplies believed in living up to(the.law' ; and ,
.
V .. .. have'.hlpped, no fruit except"that $200,000,000.Now '
Which has been tested and showed
.' York-The largest, budget Choice 'Selected
color. StockImproved
: *W. The largest and best stock I in the State. :Prompt; \ proper which has ever been' adopted by any I .' A ? .
; in the world has been passed by
'))4f city .
4r ,ite** of delivery,,eonilttency In price. and}honesty About Mrs. Grover Cleveland. the board 'estimate, 'here, but New Rose No. 4
.' In quality throughout. "J? :."' 1.t,#*" engagement to financial : .
No in this country baa Yorkers are so used; big ?
ever received more widespread comment ' doings of all sort that the fact baa
%' SPRUCE 'LADDERs. with hickory ,,rounds,.any' than that of Mrs. Grover Cleve- caused little comment save for some RED BLISS. TRIUMPH IRISH COBBLERS '
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'.le cth. land and T. J. Preston, which she has more or less subdued grumbling at :
a recently announced. When Mrs. Cleveland the increased expenditure. As a mat- ,DIXIE":
'PEARSON*' CEMEN'r'-COATRD: NAILS 3* ", was a bride In 1886 she and President ter of fact the budget estimate of WRITE. FOR PRICESLet

and '4(1, and needle pointed,specials, for hooplesa Cleveland spent a week in Jacksonville more than $193,000,000 for the city's ,
boxes. as the'JU..te. of the city he expense of 1913 is with one exception. lie Send You Our Booklets Entitled e
having been Invited here to the openIng larger than that of any other
of the, Sub-Tropical Exposition.Her government, municipal;State or national Irish potatoes ,Florlda'Yegetablee'i ''
NATURAL ORANGE. WR P8. WHITB grace and beauty were matters *f ,'in the western hemispheres The. i !" ', ,-.USE--" '. r'
:: ORANGE WRAPS. BIRCH BOX HOOPs;: general comment and thousands of exception of course is the United .
.!, : : .' : t CYPRESS YIELD CRATES, ,GALVANIZED, men and'women came here to the receptions States itself., Some idea"of what sucha . !
'o ; ': v;
IDEAL
, ',,1"' i. IRON ,,STRAPPING for field crate Strips!lorloading which 'were held in the ;St. budget really amounts- may 'begathered1 FERTILIZERS
.'l" James Hotel parlors from the fact that it is as
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Gk:\. '\ ; rtc., Mr. Preston is a professor of archaeology large a* those of Denmark, Switzerland Best and r

' i i ; v O.Aak for,special i prices on crate material in 'carload .' and The history date of of.the arts marriage at Wells Is College. not- Servia, Sweden combined.,:Norway New, ,Greece York' main-and ,' : Cheapest" ' ,:.: ;

. .... ..d. 'lots*Jn* ,4-dalhrered- .to, any'polnt'Inthe'Stats.. r yet,determined, but will be announcedlater. tain no army,,but the appropriation WILSON &:TOOMER' FERTILIZER+:CO.. I ,' '\
c T. Mrs. Cleveland before she became for schools for next would keep .
; year
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; ; JACKSONVILLE .
: : r : the 'White' House Bride' on np a very respectable military establishment. . J ; FLA. .'r :.

: W. FL' \FOLDERBendr : June 2,-,1886, w.s Miss France Folsom In. fact the school money . Local 1 Agent,,;'Waters des;; Carson Grocery;: Co.' ; ;* : "
daughter. of OscarFolsom, of about equal the yearly pay of, the ,.:
,1 Buffalo Her father lawyer and whole 'United State army _,at the ... ,f
; was a '
i ,-';' I, /, :ft; Xniffate Terminals... Foot,' >> of- Franklin St..' former partner of Grover, Cleveland present time for both officer and en- 1 I,
,.' when'b. there.He listed ,More than $36 100,000 U I \
'i TAMPA Phooee snd6poY FLORIDA I was practicing men. L. T" '
.. : ; ,. 'educational; :! need of . ,I'I
: died in 1875, when,his daughter was set aside for the . ,
,, beside ''the ) .
eleven years 'old. Miss Folsom was the city,which rapport, "
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.&. born In Buffalo' on July.21, 1864.. She elementary schools and the great high .
"-" -.... ," was graduated from'Wells College at school system, normal' college and .

.. H M1111. . H 111111 i1111MII11111. . 11 Aurora,N.Y., in 1876.one year before the College of the City of New,;York OYD
R. S
,:' her marriage to her rather. old'part where any young-New-Yorker, boyor : :
I f,' who was twenty-seven years her girl may ret 1& modern college education : -. .. .
., ;t. f1 senor, .' . free of tuition; 'The police: department ...... .
: "' ROUND TRIP'WI She proved herself one of the most will, cost $16,500,000 next :\ 'f \ ., ,
,
1' 6'0' .. popular mistresses of the White House year., the fir department $8,900,000.publ "
; ib.: TAMPAVtO though.she was ,only twenty-two e,charities $3,600,000 and so it : :.:: ,; .. . \
.. .... _: years old when she became the,"first; COMo New, Yorker find some com" .' '''' '' -Ar, .''' .,' 'j" '. < h' ''" ,
.n. lady of the land.", Her, first; child, fort in the fact that the tax rate.is .'((1))' : ,fr.." l oce"1i': .'.', "1, .' . .. ,' ,..., 1.).'.
Ruth, who died was born. in the White not gong} np with the: growing budget. i., "j' :t..."t ,'ltt!" ', \ i .;, ; ,. '\ .' '
House In1891..Esther was bona' in The increaseof'$11. ,000 over the '. ,, "
: } anama'- Jamaica ubav 1893 and Marion tn 1895. Hev, only 1912 forecast U met in part by an increased : " : '." ; .; : .\:'"
born in 1897.:The assessment of ,$180,000,000on , :'.t' : ,'.1 (.
1 son, Richard F was \ "..., .r ,," .. I ) .
engagement oft Esther Cleveland to the(taxable real estateand a direct or' I Getowprice,01 .,,1'' .
' '.. <. ., .. . the from ; "
: in returns "
.If \ 1. Randolph D. West,>of New York. son improvement '; '
.. 'VIA-. " ", of Professor Andrew West,''of Princeton certain properties of the city which HAY, :GRAIN FEEDwkicVwe :; : .
'.I ', ... has,been.;;rumored;several times pay,.revenue,' notably the great city s .

"": ,' .A.).'..''C, ?, ".t L.. R.i; :R.. ,:and.P, .:, ;," .&O.: ,$:<. ,SrT'T CO: I .,'>Aftertlybjs'reUrem.nt Mr.: Cleveland ;made from? .hi the"*I'permanent ,Presidency ,-.. 000 dock more.,will"which than bring under they' in a efficient have total this of management $9,500-year.. -* auke'r ;a'specialty -A 1 ,t '

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", .... home'In'Princeton, and Mrs. I . . :
t Cleveland baa continued to reside there "
Bettor a man full of ginger than one
. . since the .former, President died in who borers around the clove dish-at 1
I-t r; ;.Th.,..iant" a.w& a !.afuis.lln- will, as,front Ker.. w...' 1908. Her two:, daughters, Esther the end of mahogany,counter., .I '
s .vu,otker Tvwd&r duHnJunuirr..'February and Marsh b.s1nnliiK' and Marion, _-b.r son, Richard. F, r ..
,Jaamarjr ,.... stopprag.two day at <:oloivC. z.. two arc KlB*.ton. are living'with her-thereOn ,-- ---r---+': ', w..".. evieso aoooOMV Coos oasis i.;..... '"fmittirrreeir- '
'I..... . t Bay..... Fonrt.. trip'from two three loDl'preTlou '
"; an } a daysr Tampa. 'IUt '11I.; or AN If ONOItABLSI\ RBOOHO POM ,
'I ;dud.als and "rth both at'S.a and la port. .top.." ...* allowed' to this it has been rumored that Mrs. ......, ,.....- .,.-....... ... .. *, } ovum fiO VaTARtt.
M Tleket llmlUdte:. AprU tot. .. Cleveland was. engaged to different 'co. G. G, MoCLINTOCK. ', .'
.. men,' bate in each case it. was promptly w Nrima.I J'' '. Wholesale Produce'
.sYor'tertha Commission '
i t Uformatloa call *a .r write., : 0.- ., '.0 Merchant t f
k denied. .
,SlMr II Preat........ ..... ..... ...
tsolmsres. a. rv.*_, :r. o. KIBUU.UID, n. iK AV1 ,. 'A list of your town or count ;0 ,
'in; : !!'',* "-i-: II. <:., *.rsiawlile.-. ,1(..ar.Rl1..Tay.. ,Love at first alabtla'81gb'' : try property that you wish,, .,. < --.P.cutn.n---' .- .
ALL
.-, CITRUS FRUIT SOUTHERN VEGETABLES :
; \\ft.: sweeter than money Tnryaelivery: i at aoM. PINEArTLB
,' 4 4gN > ,. ....::1 ,' the alter. (T .: No commission( unless sale,, . ,.CAB LOTII OB Laaa 1

l '" Harmon* giving way to acientlflc '- i Sa' made. ''WbeaY08 start shipping Citros fruit nail me 'the *U1 of lading aa4.
] -'J discord, and'eugenics .may role .the 0 -+--.0 I will advance yon mow oa It. Write for sbipplnp stencil If :

.. i . future day. t ': .sons, Referenaat.AU ,Commercial Agencies/and>tie..trad in you*...have' "
. .., rU8i.nCt boat results- . . ,A gracious woman 'am' shame a ,. LILWILI4ONJE.; ,;Tour* respeeUhlly. ra
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' .' !Waidt"columns man by a mere little took but,he ha, . , : ... 41.1J.. ,'Qa. ifCCLINT9CK. ";1+.
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..y, MOVEMftUt IS, If 12- ,THE KISSIMMEE' .VALLEY G AZIT; TL'r'. \,
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J*. i Ifl, YEARS OF GOOD sent donations to the of'treasurer money;,Which; or.provisions should be,,!' BWERHAND:.;AND : -

\ clothing,',to)., eta;' which should''be} . ....
: sent to the Receiving Home, 1M4 Riv
,
'WOU' IN FLORIDA snide' ".,\Jack80nvUl.. ; : DKH8UEST TACTICS
,""N" '. In addition-iu work'forall I .. \
; \ ,l l c1auea,of Q* dy'eWldren tike. Chil .
''''-'':'- ift. tgpX.f-rQ'R'S:
fo '. dren's Horn Society, has secured ,
,
L&} ; 'I. PM THT-HOiirir x flMUMFIIf favorable 1 legislation;:, protecting the I F$=;H"' .
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,J vfl I wt H nlaiftiWwf i VlffLi MUtV children of the State and is;now advocating s AY mum 1 ,',
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.f y /f" 'I h ," r ' .. better uwrrlag.! laws, a better : '
', lJ'' . : -desertion.''J law"and win try, hard :, i', _, : :A. :
v ,
t; RE'j"U''R' .
, -,'. / K1SSIMMEB WOMANi WABrIDENt, 'to';aeeuN appropriations at the. next METHODS OF CITRUS EXCHANGE : .t" E' : ,; S'
: : Legislature'institution./ for the '', .f ,VI. .. 1,.
-TIFIED WITH *PHNEypLENf#' feeble minded, the 'epileptic.Ike crippled ARE; CONDEMNED BY{MEETING '- : .. ," . ,
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/2' ' ,. ;,: "MOV t mFoR"A N'UM' and the tubercular chiMren of I 'OF, GROWERS )HELD '. : ." ',, <'" '.
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;;<: \: ',BK$ OF ': 'I'i ,' If.a.iadiTJdaaTdeMriag. tletenxel' of a,La 1 ; _u.ilil. detr ','" ,.: ,

-' eaerally exact at least three reqaireneats: t. '. ;t1''
.' 11 /" '" !"f'
'.,.. . Children's >* ; "
-h. Th. :
,' SECURITY'AND. PROTECTION FOR ID ttS' 4f/ .
, Jacksonville will 4a :9
4 annlyer.ary- Second...RETURNS, ON FUNDS IDEPOSITRD '
dt< ,
history of the work ( :

is this being week published and is in Third. .:.THE SCOPE OF GENERAL BANKING" '\ FACILITIES" ,
Valley Gazette at : ''' "
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officers.' The story ,
because of the .
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Kissimmee woman. i' ,,'" .. "'
work. The story 'I I .

, dred With homeless'record of I After the .tabUitJ of,,Hi Baak Las Lose atcertaiaed aid a cawerrativaaad 4."'

.I., )I ed Abused little neglected children, 'wise aaaadal policy'assured,tke depositor! ha fire Ids,atteatiea'te eiavesnaeat \ ,

','''. .'these babe.;children one,hour old paujbiana .if,'a .Shags;accost..k: iateaded I tk..:aew. '.castomerwaat i""'" :\

'. -of'from fttteen every and county. : a* fiberal a rat ., Lit u.b e..p.hbl.widaiw.: ; .. baakiaf .y.- '.. '

Florida the ; 't.t' tkea k* iarestifaU tkt factfitie of the baak .i, f' 1
. of Florida celebrates *: ia fmtraL. NataraBy: aadaecessarily "' I .: : 1

versary to the citizenship of service of to '' tka experieaceda kor, wine ceastaat.'Imsiaess. _i*''ta tmnMtte,' : ;:. \\ ,:

>Uy, November the shield be possessed af a teckakal kaewUdf bs.rieg'se'' all aaaadal topic \
. ,
}Starting under J. ,
Key. W. D.' Tk. bank skeald. kava at tk. af '
liter the Home I II "" dtspesal its easterner, *.tack data'aad' iafanaatioa - 1.1 "

family homes'for I a* u ....,... >by the yeatOl'. . *.', '
.
year. Following his 1 i "
later, Mrs. Cora H. "
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Andrew Johnson of
charge of, the work; '" :.'
,, ,six 'rears of her> ,r''" ,
dred and one children : ,
In good family < '
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claim to confidence .t. on'.the oft. above r.quirsrnents. ,
past two 7ean''the. > your re fulfillment. ;,:i

,1 .-wonderfully .under, Citizens Bank of ofKittimmee ie safe, found,,conservative, and yet liberal.' :

Marcus intendent C.Fagg; and now .confidence.and patronage.it invited.r. rtll...of the amount,of your,fund ,

.and two months ;=::;=---- ,--- ...:.r
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children have come
.tbe'Boclety,' and .
contributors 'to the i TIZENSBANKOFKISSIMMEE
Fagg took up the ; : <
V <* thousand of ,, I,
now are giving '\ '
and growing*work.'>, :
,r The chief aim of ; '' "
place every homeless '' : ,. :
'in a carefully -_ ... "
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where it will be ""' i 4""" "" "' ****** _" ,

,ently ily, be-.become loved 'a i' : ; : ,E.:,DONEGAN,' President, ) '' W. A. SMITH{'Cashier; ''i!

, pup to a-life,.of u : < : !! "" Director.' ": ,
t' rI'. : ,
The flame Society ;\ ,, .
I,to, the limit of its '; ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President H..M. Pfaa-i,'Itt Vice President :-.;; )'\',:, '
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. however to '
' every *
< care in the State : ', C W, DANN, 2nd Vica'PreiideBt, V: '.. '

"' <<* !pled This abused great or work ,, ; .: .wiNN' : L.'JL' ,COHOON : FT, W,.HILL C D."CARROLL; ,

,'. State and is I' '' Vans Acaew & Crawford,Attoraeys .1 :
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,' tionaL The work is ... \ .
ly by voluntary I .
(donations-and has '
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lever fro many City 11 n-111 m M 11 n 1111 n i H 111111111111111111 li 1'11) i M 11111111111111 ;
funds.. '
'The 'Society.. needs -- . . IIII1IIuIItSi. i1-,'
i thousand dollars for ------- . ,
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ii', 'dollars ter work to nay and off .'of'this county on'the county, which have repeatedly captured Ii'Yoe'' Don't' LIb"iN .TowsV
Receiving Home'. V'"r Californian at the insti all prizes at'.every ex.hibit'in If you 'would like to see a plies .
Jacksonville. I 'general manager of the which they have been entered., Thafs fuU .of 'push,...r.....p.
Thirty.reprea; being wholly without the Now, therefore; we ask that the A town that hit a faster pars
..' from all parts of. : law and. designed for newspapers of our State and the trade A,town that's,on the KM J'
;;"'" ;,:: board of directors, of discrediting these re- papers,cease to'vilify our fruit, and Yes, And way you'd UfceTo. ,... .....;
'4 itt, ,; .' contributed to the and shippers through relieve as far as possible the false impression it in a Jerk -',1;
'. ""i-under' the" of the country and among people who do pot Ill tell yow wfceve yoVanfllrt .t + .
I' J:; .? Seventeen their' good reputa- know the quality,of our'fruit' and the You tight to, go ,to Afi f .v.,',,
' ':' '. "!'/ pose. the Ladies' demand for. their fruits- ; character of our shippers.That You needn't pack a'trmk'Os'- .
", looks I after the a copy of these resolutions be And.leave the old.folk .
dren at the ; the citrus frl its'now furnished the press with the request ,You needn't go and takes trip,1 .
',The president of : from this county are that the same be published in the interest Some other place to_ ,fled, ,L .
'Cecil Wilcox, of, ; lesome and nutritious of fair play and a square deal. Yod needn't go and kettle, d4wnWhere ,
the treasurer is R ; and appetizing, friends.of old you'll'nriss-v; .
wholesale "dry- ; the world to Andrew Carnegie, In London'saysmillionaire For If you wan that kind of towp}
Jacksonville.' ,' with the grapefruit In ,this country are not Just make it_ ,lout I oTrthiajFvedoeia". *>
'The Society will I, .oranges. of DeSoto ,taxed .enough,,,. Hss hL.

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: GAZETTE. __ ._ FRIDAY; NOVEMBER .
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The : mee'' Valley Gazette., CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR,AT OCOEE CONVENTION . : Yi.Ii! !Ii !Ii !Ii- !Ii- !Ii Itf11! !Ii!Ii !Ii !.Ii!Ii !Ii !Ii lyt! "!Ii lt. !Ii 1 !Ii !Ii !IIi Yi.j !Ii'Ii! l .!Ii !Ii t,!Ii ,I JKWKWWMKK! ! ; :r

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W g H Last; week the pres*'tuperlntenden .
,Publisher./ H. REESE, e' Editor. !
4 .'j ; .A'.I was not able to find a machine, hence :Ii
'' )lfa PUBI.IB 1 AT. OFFICK IN PALLET OAXKTTB: BUILDING.. our news of 'thit, the third ,dU- (
._ -- g. O8CgQLA".COUNTY. FLORIDA. tract' convention .come-a later than .we HRA !yay

K 11'- rpa:co tAM, leac" : .One,. copy, one Year."... _.?,month; : ._._._.._.;-l.__ wlrfh.Orange. and. district always ".
._--?-...._....../rf\On4'Copy.. _.__.. .,. -, ..three.-.-. ". .to have good annual Oaceola meeting The one $ Ii
'lelened .;.except from, our authorise .. / must be In the First Christian church, of y1 w! : .
.r. I ''I T i.. *i | I.. l I Ocoee November' to 3rd, seemed !Ii CLOSING !*
, .will not t>. returned 'unUju caU.4 for. in several ways its "best ever.' .
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Bnte A* the presidentPev, S. S. Snyder,
.J., RUammeeN'lorldar a..eooso.ola. mall matter,
J. .. ., could, not be presentmuch of the !w
'ir .1' ,:NOVEMBER 16, 1912. leadership'fell on the secretary Mr. : "
I! : Cellar, of Sanford, aided by the convention !fi .

'h' 4>) : WEEK'S ISSUE'OF THE'VALLEY GAZETTE. chairman,Mr. K.. H. McGuire; Ifim! !fi', ,'.
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-i, '<( ,",,r f t The'' first session, Friday evening .*
'' congratulated times F. H. McGuire gave the welcome and KMW .
-:r ,has been many on the appearance did it well. Mr;.Nelson, from Klssim- .
vol itter and general excellence of;,last week's issue of" the Valley mee, responded,after which Rev. A. !Ii ';'. '.,'. !IiIi
: . ' need be theCa C. Dill D. D. vice president of>the > : ,
to ,: I hardly said that allsuch expressions pleasing to State Union delivered the annual address '. '''' .
I Life is..worth living when we.are made to know'that our ef- "Christian Endeavor Meant ,,; : ilITpJ ';I "
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Christian Efficiency. c. ": .
C" .. things, well are"appreciated. ... ; .
largely devoted j .
Saturday morning was >
fi'r'' Ii\\ \,j, _,;.IK* unusual .thing .for. the Gazette to issue a paper at large at last to business, the State aecretary .... :.. ;- .,' <.1!\ f :IJI';n.! if .,
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,'t. ue. but it it not usual to have the shower of felicitations that came iip- reporting for district and 'society of $ .. : .;' ,. !
t ces'not;! present. Afterwards camea Hiffi
ra ,*. "achievement No specially: conceived .or directed effort was put into>> splendid conference, "Secret of : .', ," .

facture"of 'the paper;' 'itwai, made in the usual order of the week's! Success," led by Mr. Cellar, almost '\ . ,, : ;: /''. '"+#
very 'one taking part. There was Him Hiffi
., ., ,b'it'wa;\ i 'not di1l'itutt't see /that it contained more interesting also a symposium, "The Treasurer;" . .. : I ' 1,
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j : this section than. the contains. "The Finance Committees," and "As \ Hi
concerning: average paper sociate '.' I ,. < .
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Members, taken respectively ,
'ihe'publshersrof'a' generally willing to work overtime !KR .. ,; ... .,-,
a' newspaper are bye irs. Voss, of St. Cloud; Miss Her- ;
q ;represent the and mance, from Union Center, and Mr. Km . " Hitf"
i a good 'paperi 'one that shall truly opportunities Graves, of Ocoee. This symposiumlike } f t', '..,' :d" ,
rest of the community in which it is published. We are certain that the entire program centered in ':- S1 / ' !HiHi

te-outfit! stands, ready'to: to, the utmost of its capacity for thought on "Efficient Endeavorer."' !m :, '.,\ : .. ;
afternoon
Saturday "Efficiency of ,,
1 l ood .and advancement of Osceola county and Kissimmee We have no the Quiet Hour" was shown by lion-, !m !HiHi

plaint to enter.concerning the L business that comes to the paper, but it is I I'A MLuUhead, district superintendent $ !
paper, "Prayer a Factor in C. E.
'out.of place to remind the business men that,the publication will keep pace Life1 was read by the State superintendent !y1 !HiHi '

....'the town in proportion to its share of prosperity. This is not true simply Miss Margaret Lewis, and !Ii'
another, "The Necesity of the Tenth
use we'would have it to;. it is true because it cannot be otherwise. Every Legion" was read for Miss Ruth Cof. !Hi -OF- !HiHi

CIoU if. dropped i into the till of the newspaper helps to make the publication fin, State leader of that Importantpart !HiHi '.
of Endeavor life. A vote of
J4>etter' and more thoroughly representative readable and reliable. thanks was given for the contributingof Hi

}6 Now we might'say' something about those thoughtless business men whoM these communications from Mfss HiHi HiHi
Lewis and Miss Coffin.
d out 'of town for their printing while the Gazette is shouting in their behalf : Missionary and' Christian Citizen-

<. "to' patronize home industry, but we wish to be entirely pleasant just ship aspects of efficient work came HiHi FURNITURE HOUSEHOLD [ Hi
first and
:r. now, and will let that pas without pointing the moral herein contained. Saturday read from evening Mrs. Rose a Rickman greetingwas HiHi

State Mission leader. Mr. C. E.
.0 Woods, our citizenship superintendent !HiHi !
F THE'CITY COUNCIL SHOULD GET RIGHT WITH THE PEOPLE. also sent a word of encourage- !Hi
i ment. The principal address of the

Those who'attended the meeting of the Board of Trade Monday evening evening ford, showing was by the J. spirit H. Cellar of Christian, of San- HiHi

: lIIust.bave been'impressed that there was something wrong with the manner' fellowship always existing in true
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Endeavorers. GOODS and i.Ii i.
:W which' the affairs of Kistimmee are conducted by the City Council. a splendid Last paper on, "Christian the programwas En- HiHi

The particular subject which evoked such an outburst of disapproval deavor History and Principles," givenby

from the members of the Board of Trade was the employment of a city engi- workers Rayner in McGuire Ocoee. one of the active ,
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"' -.eet' who.'wa. ..asserted by several members to be wholly incompetent. The After Sunday school, November 3rd,

,! members of the Board of Trade did not say that they knew the engineer to Rev. W. F. Blackman, D. D., presi- Hi
dent of Rollins college, preached the HiHi HiHi
:be incompetent; they put it in broader and stronger language; they said convention sermon with soul savingand "

., r rt. 'that he was known'by the members of the City Council to be incompetent.' leading practicable thoughts Christian in the discourse.work The as HiHi CROCKERY[ WARE[ HiHi

communion. service closed the mornIng' -

;' .,:mmee. who had been in position to observe hit work. program. "
Sunday afternoon was a very bright !HiHi !ifi .
If This. it not to much an indictment of the city engineer as it it of the City feature of the convention. The entire .",fHi

CounciL ,The Council, it more culpable than the city'engineer if it employs a session was devoted to Efficient Junior !: uuou..u !Ii'
work and as its best part, Miss Mabel !Hi !
of (dollars for,public'improvements and the town it growing fatt. There are Briggs, superintendent of the Orlando

t ; lIIaa',who;it,notoriously incompetent. The City Council hat spent thousands in Presbyterian autos,. sixteen society of came her ,member.bringing HiW These Goods will be --- Hifi .

contracts pending .even, nOw for thousand of dollars worth .of public work These bright-faced little folks led a

and the 'city. engineer i is'worki I'on a per centage basis.. There can be no "Model Prayer Meeting after which *! !fiffi

objection to paying well for competent and conscientious; work, but if the ior Misa work.Briggs The had a afternoon Conference closed on Jun.by Mi Sold at Actual Cost ,

:members' of': the' Board 'of Trade are correct-and they. were potitiyethe two short-; talks. "The Whatsoever 5'
Committee Mr. .Harrison, of Winter
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: ,city engineer is not qualified to render such serviced; "" j,' Park and "The Intermediate Superintendent '-,

'. ..(t'. Granting.-' furthermore, that the city 'enIPDeer..ha* .beeri''maI gnedl. let ," taken by Mrs: Hollenburg, I U 00 00 00 0 0 to 0 00 !5UW '
> from St, Cloud. HiW '
us {reason together) .suppose that he is thoroughly'f. ompeten t and,that\ no At'alx o'clock several delegates at- "

yr, 'better engineer could be' found tne* Council it antagonizing'popular,.opinion tended a colored Endeavor meeting. HiHi '. ; >,' Thezreason t for disposing of my 'stock'of, ,, , goods. .; ,' .','. : 'I"t< }|
field in the village. " .. ;
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and anything that the Council does with the'pre ent engineAfiicUngforthe ] f I atcost'is' "' ?!\':(1 \. ,
.:f.District Vice President, Percy Dale, am'retirmg-from busmessl: : t' : fi'\ : :Jt 1
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City'will a be; subject to the suspicion that it is not properly dn(; t'Jwtn;:: -' of Winter Park. led the prayer meet.ng. ;; -. : ,. ...

k The best thing the Council can do to save itt own official"reputation' it to Mr.. Harrison gave ChristianVirtue a talk on, Zeal.the Hifi UOotO .ttoOOOot :!Ii

; ; :, MAKEA CHANGE IN THE OFFICE ''OF CITY ENGINEER AND DO IT pledge and Rev. W. F. Kenny, from Hi !Sfi
St. Cloud had the Installation of officers
'WITHOUT' DELAY. ,, and closing .consecration service HiHi I THE STOCK INCLUDES. EVERYTHING. NEEDx
.r; ''s' in charge. I
COY MISTER M'COY. New Officers are, F. H. McGuire, t '
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r.. ? Who; 'was it that put the'coy jn McCoy] Allusions) made! : to Mr.-Wilbur;; Cellar Winter Sanford Park. vice secretary, president; Rev.; .J.,, 8. IL S. HiHi PRICES NEVER .BEFORE';. : OFF ;'x! .. ._ ,"
McCoy land and'industrial agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, who was somewhat Snyder, Kisslmmee,' treasurer; Miss :
; fiercely excoriated: in the column'of the Valley Gazette two weeks ago Mabel Briggs?k Jr..' anptGarden.TMrs !Ii iL :

by one McCleary of the Chicago land show. Subsequent events have proved and'Mabel' for Briggs,'.,junior superintendent, !ii FEREq IN KISSIMMEE. _.. : : ,, ,
T. L. IL .
Q. and' citizenshipwork ,
',; .that the said 1 Ml1.,McCoy,i it not a* unsophisticated at.he'l seemed. in hit contact Miss ', !Ii..I
Hermance Ronald Muir- !ii' .. .' ;. ,
**,->, with the; land shOw man. .. . head and Rex Kenny are the,.super: ': : ": OO uoo..oo.. . .
_Ii,_..,. :The .controversy'00 the land show que.tion was not between Mr. McCoy ,intendents... Hitfi! . I, ', : "' ,'1'1'\ ,!1.\,,; : ; J'' !Ii. ','
'" -' and the Gazette. :S(. Cloud Christian. church' inviteethe t ,'" " .. .... "; .,IJI'!, >
\ The Gazette was the medium through which Mr. McCoy and It. :'; I' t. < :;n ...,; ,
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.J. ; ,next. convention. This Sale I will beginand \
'the land show man exchanged compliments .to the'eiect'that neither had ,told ; !fi. : I i'j' <
CRACEA.TCrWNSEND. ; : :
';the, truth.The. public may believe either"or both of them, to far:as'the Ga- 'Interlachen, Nov. 18,' 1912. .. HiEfi ('" '' '. ; '\ ', ,Irk\\i i'i:..! ","?\: ?, ' Air, )1) $S, .f'\i'' ....
tzcttes* part in the exchange' goes: ,We felt inclined to agree'with' Mr. McCoy : t . '
; THE OTHER SIDE.Editor" ; : : : },d ;, !fiYi (r
s until we read, a'nrioui State newspaper that the Valley Gazette had been ,Valley' Gazette;' < ; : 'r \ ,

treating Mr.McCoy ,.yeti,badly'over" this land '.how'proposition.: .We":'were '',,'.have ,read with' a'.1'OOd deal of , "" :Ii': ,.. .1'1. : '
about to be thinking that we had treated Mr, McCoy veryconsiderately.; ; event care what your!correspondent "Quill" .f"'h u"r .f''S' d'd'a N'O, \ 2' .t' $ .b ". .

:? kindly:, The Valley Gazette''doean.t like to be'misrepresented any more than said thing about which the a circus large"experience as a mean and of .Y' .. . "'\ ''Yi'. ,.,
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"does Mr.McCo.d.we: his '
: regret .that ,press-agenting'' him"iDto'thierather education,''and have called up every Sfiffi . / .. I ", ''.''''
:cheap business;. "
observation'could ,
careful furnish ID ffiffi '
i 1* r j-rr- favor of his position'-and taU'' to .seethe ,, Yi "
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;'PIE HUNTING, PATRIOTS AND. THEIR/CREED.' matter' be doe*.. Outside the ffim ''! f" .. :
,'} exhibition of animals,. which !. onlyan >; continue until all J goods" are.''sold.I ., =t'' ; -, ,
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< adjunct of. the .circus there Is but .
,Wilton'had I hardly been:notified of the fact that he is to be' t the 'neat little of real value .to be..,. learned; m! ','" ** c . ': -..
1 :President before the'' pie-hunters were .busy with petition and correspondence. while there are'.bme.very' Importantthings' ,', :.....*<. ."...' .". .. .' I. : .:' !HiI .", '
the not teach, that !Ii "
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I..' Tome Florida 'towns citizens '
and .th,,t :foT''.the postmastership; 'and, were it, it"called.not. unlikely upon to,that endorse,other this Federal man that ought affect to.be'the taught well being at home of the thing old* :PRICE TAG ON: EVERYTHING' .IN THE-;'STOREW&it ; US._. : :

position have been sought at the' hands 'of the people for what influence' and young, and which. It would. effectually HTffi ,,
:;endorsement may have with;the chief executive when he'takes* hit seat and balk. ooe. t :
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the In' Paul's< letter to'Tltui'chapters : .
terms of the present incumbent expire. There' something almost nause* .
second and third verse, there la some fflm 'gyp. '
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p;: ating about headlong'precipitatenets in getting to' the:pie'counter., It .pedal instruction for aged women "
y 'v;show*;the;: lurking greed! of' therace; ,- the hunger; for'reward .and distinction.: that is much1 needed and upon which w this' Sale lot'it + :
: ...',1.eeady'aU case without'ground or:warrant, "', the training of the younger women : for' : means : .
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A .&. p,..hope. :maybe, indulged that the next President will be a*. long of head a* be The empsize--the'tendency of the keeping circus Is at to.home.balk' I Hi iI ..e' 'a. .' .I

',? ':;i : in of"jaw;'.that he will not be dominated by local bosses and politiciant.'and this;: The present writer.knows a saving you many dollars! !
,f.e chat he win dojust the'right thing every time:. If.he does. he will be.no, not little woman who la sadly In need of HiHi Sfiw;, .

J 'man. my son;,. hell.. be a phenont " this' very ;;teaching she hardly ever . . .
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la at;-home except at meal time. l a' ,..00..000..00. ,.'I.; !
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.---r' DIABOLISM IN .' ;
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Mrs' E.: L. Lesley entertained''
,. ?, ,, >' W.'ar a res ties and superficial peop e.. ;Th 'shooting"olfan ex.:prest- Woman'. Missionary' Society ,Friday HiHi mMiiBiBHsaiBgtfiaai "
ideat'i*:.forgotten in the'death of"a'vice-presideat and a; Democratic,,victory afternoon with a talent tea. Then aAYTON i : ; :

,,swallow* !op the DpOrtaJtce.f'war; involving,",the we.lfare'of nations. 'We afternoon was a very large highly attendance enjoyed throu\rh.and the : 6ODWINx : ;
;wilti. alt "agj almost forget to, recall that:ths trial of McManigal.' the dyna-: out .The "as readings of Miss Ruble Pro.vatt. \ :

,:iMr; ie,;....B a .latter dar hellishness inan.organized band of, men over and Miss..Ethel Lee were' very Ii .. . .' _r :
.. aeuMI i at Ku never bees. equaUeclm the history of.crimes' Depravedcases much'enJoyed.-- The' songs by MistDerbyshire : !w . .,

is Ibr,'&.. ......"cirrymg the deadly explosive'. ;about ia.'lU r ,"endan- hlghly\ :"appreeUted.Delicious and Miss. ,Busxa were ,also_ DICKERSON BLDG. .. : :. 'BROADWAY'Ii! :

..... w. of\,llundrec and blowing ?up'' "jw .wun :wi'' .he' was told] refreshments were served.< .. . '
; to ...,dtb Sesid'more'reckleu. than a Inadm.:'more cold blooded than Mrs. Lesley is certainly to be congratulated Ii"'j 4, .J II .,

&.cb raaxi aosMsmigeroa* than'thered' -handed Nihilists of Russia.- Hangis upon, the neceq') of '.her enter . /

.i.g.. too M0FfiMft. -I'| J'and\ the hinges, of-re hell Is'r ..are ''not! at. black aphis.criminal, tainmenC will, eive.'another.The -ladies,'talent,----all;*tea.inthenearjuture. -hope' '+,she- J- 1Ii !! $! iIi, !! Iii IiYl 1II.1Ii1li..III; .ij

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Jto Ktestane. Yall8168lBttAS ---T": !'; ,.la'ffner' \' aa4 Meek .A* tk* home'of:Dr.:' mad Mr*.'Holt I.':'DruW.:, "L.;.'Wlnn will fear* lute. .. ,;

p . dealer of Pa.n.; Kan4. ;' I I. ,here .forthe.winter. on Wedneeday,. November SO,' at 7:90 next week into the new,WUlsooinf. "',

Tai.&PNOP B MO. 11.pUBUSrlED '. p. 'm.. a poverty' social will be, bald, '-Darlington'avMUMi....' ,Phone,, ,
.' v under the auspices of the Ladle ,Aid will ilill.be 97, and 88. ).
.tohn' H. Pal' lp nt,S ndaY with Society of the Baptist church.. ,A feeet"teII' .
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EVERY ;FRIDAY church members at Shingle 0"and' cent for adults: and ft",'Ct8h1 F.'C.8all"of'Jiekaonvi: 1.* has been r

f" -DTB.1'4AANtea-' a good interest'fit the&Juday for children will, be :4t harg d at tW in the city: ,this week representing the RdL ., .,

1N' wool and the night. meeting wa well! door. *Xefreshmenta free. .Come sod. Florida,Fir a. .A Casualty Co., of which ; :

attended.; 'PH.:* ; "enjoy'| ,the fun.,;,, )' ; y i I.; welcome -. Hon., Arthur, Donegal' ,.'of Ktim-* -'.
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9 0 60NNN000 9H ." mee, i* a director.:;; '
The ladle '' tyre 4. .
of R. C. church will Mies"Justln.&UOM J
Weather ReportJ'j J give a box social at the Firemen's hall; F:, B.'Cramer, manager of the Nar- has been elected : ,
| i the
at Osceola
next ,Tuesday. >November .19, at 8 coos*** Farm and Townaite Co':, arrived -' High supernumerary School.. The;need for auI.tant'in
o'clock. Admission' 2 >:cants.: Every in the city' Monday night and an j.J
the' ,
primary grade made it
body welcome f- left at once for Runnymede; the company
Following ar* the daily Urnpefature .' headquarter Mr. Cramer necessaryto provide for 'the overflow,
I. Ferrlli' returned Monday: stated that but Mill Safford's time ,.will be em. ,
and precipitation as, W. M. a large number'of people otherwise
reported by th* Government' from'a f.w'da1's' visit with relative under the guidance 'of Clifford Bran,. this ployed, particular, work.while' not engaged in

I''station at Klsatmme for the at Key: West He wa accompanied: would arrive here on the ;,16th, when :

a*' far a* Tampa. on his trip .to,.the the Runnymed hotel would, be formally . W. ''W.- Chandler of Baaenger,' attended

weekending,,. ,Nov141912.f, Island City by. 'ire.;FerrilLPierre '.opened for the'sason' a meeting of<* the school board .. v w

: \j Tuesday. He reported the fruit t *
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MAS BAM < ; crop
d'A. Pratt, of Th ladies .of the church
Baptist good but. the price .* unaatia-
Friday75 54' . Monday .in-Kiasimmee. ''Mr. Praia will have a market table In the Osce actoryto the grower,. ,very Mr.,Chandler Pro:, Prescott; of 'the :i '
. well known and ha many' friend in ola Hardware Co.'* store Saturday '
-Saturday.w.:. 77 p$ every thinks the grower are very unwise torushthe
:1 Sunday.,,, ,v. :. '71.tit . Osceola county and he never' fail,to during the winter They" will :fruit to market while it I. Michigan, testified 'before, .t1i
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get a hearty have home cooked article such .
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welcome unripe, and think this Is largely -
Monday.77 66 .i, --- I cake bread baked responsible Food<< ColnmitteeofCongress
cookies '
pies, for the low price ,J ; ,
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Tneoday.i 80 67 .-. .rWednesday 'W.lter,1,, Nelabn getting the material beans, eta,,carefully'prepared and especially I ,

. '83 67 .., th on'' the '&"'Ound preparatory to for this market. They solicit J. H. rfewfeld, of Canora, Sasliateh' acid of grapes,;held .highest' ;? ,.
eerection of handsome five-room '
. 81 68 a your patronage. Th funds for the ewan, arrived with his family last Tartan'f T
Thursday > '. his lot ROM :article of
bungalow on on avenue, food and he
benefit of the church
the house. .Baptist :: week to make his home here. He was ? : : : :
court
0 0 <> 0 .00< .0liiiiiniiiiiimn near also accompanied by D. Hilderman.Mr. suits ; 4

w '. s The- subject for next S ndaj's service Capt. Moses' Folsom, 'who has so < .Newfeld will leave next week to .from baking with cream s "

HIM at the Christian church will,be: ably edited the St. Cloud Tribune for conduct an excursion of homeaeeker baling ;
powder as favorable
Morning, "The Kingdom Militant;!' the-'past two year, passed through, to Ktssimmee. He''''i* enthusiastic : ,,' raw'.
ereningI"The Soul' Greatest Question. Kiasimmee Saturday en route to Jacksonville about the opportunities offered in this 7 I"" ii,, : ,,
f \THE 'LOCAL fiELD.w. I Iliiiiiiiiimiiiiitiiiii ." ,All cordially.invited.' . where he will assist the section and ,will at once take his partin I \ ..
Union Royal it the only Baking1 <
Timee- in getting out bringing other to share,its, advantage : ,
Mrs, Harriet'J. Perrin and daughter ed.edition,' that will deal principally ..; from Cream '
Royal Crape of ; ,
reached the city_Monday and ,will .remain with thee resources of Cuba.. Captain ,, , : f; ; '
until spring. They are occupying -* Folsom was succeeded '..- editor by 1" Col., W. A. McCool Cot;: ,Andrew I )

H B"bw'with Grifflng Brothers room* at Mrs. W. F. Farmer's. cottage Chas", Leonard!' Johnson and Lew Seaman left Kisslro- I.I."P'\

the tree people. 40tf. .' in rear .of High .School., thee Friday 'for a deer hunt 'in the
'J' ''OnMonday'' inorninT'the'' ministersof & lower part of the county. They made ..

White Sewing Machines.' .((aaim- Willis Chandler; who'was re-elected Kissimmee// and St..Cloud met and the trip a* far a*'Alligator Bluff, but PARiv OfPfOR' DEATH OF: JOAN 8AUNDES.:'< : :;:,:.

mee Furniture Co.' 44tfE. member the County' School Board formed the Osceola Ministerial Association ,,upon arrival,, there'Col.' Johnson was TRIP J . . .
from the Bassenger district, war In to meet on the second Mondayof taken ill and the party returned -without '; '
N. Mallory and wife of Taft, the to attend the .ashore. CoL ''JohnSaundersa'; 'aged and respected '
city Tuesday regular each month;alternately; in Kissim going 'Johnson' TO PRAIRlt LANDS : ; 4
were visitor ,to our city Monday I : monthly meeting of the :Board.. mee '''and St. Cloud. The officer friends ''will be pleased to know' that : citicen of' Kl.aimmee"dad' .<'. :' : ,

Big. Removal -'Sale. Kisaimmee The men' meeting will be conducted chosen are, Rev.). B. Westcott. of St. he suffered'' only a temporary indisposition Saturday' 'evening''and' his fgnerst' y,

Furniture Co.'. 44tf. Sunday afternoon at the Christian Cloud, president; Rev. A.-J. Holt, D. and ,i* again at his office.' w..'eondueted from the ..Id.nce'the., ;;' :' ''t' '
J STEAMERROSEADELE" LEFT. ,
D., of Kissimmee, All minister .
.
secretary.
church by Dr. .F. G.: Thomason., The afternoon ,the Rev.: ., '
List your houses for rent with Mrs. : located -near enough to attendat HOME .MISSION WEEK. EARLY THIS MORNING. WITH following Jby | },
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Summer., < 45 tf subject will be "Prayer. Lesson least part of the meeting are mostcordially Attractive David' D., Kidd.i :The 'interment', wa'fr.! f' ,,' 'i
Matthew 6:13: Hour of meeting Program At the Methodist .
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invited to join 'the assoclavtion. STORES. .tRo.eliU, born "
; Tho.decea.ed was
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For really big dividends, insert a o'clock. :,; /
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Church "
I ginning Sunday.
want ad In the Valley Gazette : January 1;; 1836 at Charleatown,R.:I.,;' .; '

Cloud J. I.. Cummings, treasurer the of'St.Mon.. I Mrs. E. .L. [Dunne, who came here Home Mission: Week; Mrs. Duffy; of Fort Ogden, i I. the passed through city
ti'J
with her Children a fe wweeks the Methodist church Sunday the first He familiarly .Captain ..
wa
ago -
1
ter Land
of her aunt Mrs.'L. day' en route to Tampa to consultan Company, organized a party r
guest Lesley. specialist, he having been a from Hempstead, L. I., In search of a service being held at S o'clock of the which left here this morning'for th Saunders having been a lake captain'for .1> !I. :'
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Fine line of 'men' dress pant F. sufferer eye from obscured vision Sot sometime joy where she could pleasantly en afternoon.- Following i.i the program; prairie. Several,members of the excursion a number of years,' and later he1wa a"!,'F'.
H. Lawson 47-lt. V the winter and at the same time Monday;. Nov. "American In went by' boat// leaving 'the engaged in the fish ,business in. 1Klssimmee.

past. place her children in a good school diana African, Asiatics; the Frontier City Dock at an ,early hour on, the lie became, seriously: ill ,vi I .
Seed caaava: $4.00 pet thousand. Mill Maude Gilbert, who completed is BO well.' pleased with Kissimrnee and island Possession Hunter launch, the "."Roseadele.." several weeks'' ago and he .waa *att ',.' ; '

Order early. J. A. Grimm, St. Cloud, a business course in a Charleston, S. that it i* more -than! probable she will Wednesday, Nov., 20-"Immigration '% ,P. tended in hi* last Illness by the m.an"r." '
Fla. 46-atp C., college and returned to her home remain permanently. Mrs. Dunne the Rural Region and, the Ci%ieL" I; Captain Hunter' guest wer hers of his immediate family living ", .' l1
A. Vans R. '
here last week, ha. '.cc.pted a position says our climate i is incomparable Friday, Nov. "American Social t Agnew, A.,E.Meiklejon in Kissimmee and, by a brother I who
W. P. Underhill and wife, of BaaHenger in the office of Tax Collector. C. health conditions the best,, and. our Problems." Prayer and Fellowship. I Makinaon, Arthur Donegan, H. came'' from Ft. Pierce .nd remained '
were. in the city: a few days L. Bandy. public unexcelled.. The ladies are very earnestly requested Clay Potts Stanford.Lewis C. A. Carsonh D. B.. until after the funeral. Th deceased : i t. ', ""
this week. to meet promptly at S 0 clock. John O'Bryan \Lup- i. survived by hi* wife,'a dater, Ilre.i' 4 '
The many friends of Julius Hyde, J. A. Williams, of Council Bluff The discussion will be extremely fer, M. Lee, Anthony A. Loll Harriet E. 'Clark,:of Ashaway, R.r I.,' '$;?** ;

P. A. Van Agnew and Arthur E. are more than pleased to see him on R. E. Bennett, of,,Ida Grove la., Send interesting and all the ladies. of Kis Emory LaMartin, 'Jr J. Hall W. B. a brother' George Saunders,. of, Ft.- 1 1///,
Donegan visited ,Jacksonville: the first the street again after his recent Nelson, .of Kearney Neb., and AResmus..n simmee are invited to attend. 'Slrong Harris, Henry Rounds, H. W, Pierce;- three daughters, Mr*. Ceo.. :' ;>

of the week, severe illness produced by' a fall from of Mapleton, la., were in musical .features will\ be prepared.' Thurman. and. J. H. Reese. E. Fisher, of Pennsylvania; Mrs C..t1.I! \ (;;;
a ladd.ri white painting the residenceof Kissimmee the first of the week and : Hoping you will all attend and make The'party will explore the northern H. Essex of WaterDunV'Conn., and t+'1 t ,
Miss Mary Carson left last week Stanford: visited the prairie in company withEd I this season:,of prayer and study one shore. of' Lake' Okeechobeo and inspect Miss Katherine Sannder of Kiasim" "i ''to.

for an extended visit with friends. at Canning, who sold them each a I long to be remembered In church hi*. the townslte' of Tantle, ; returning mee; three eons, Harry' L* of Provi-- ; 1,' ,
Mr*. Henry Fredo and Mrs. Emma tract of the prairie land. The visitor Monday. /, ",'
Ga.Postmaster of Kissimmee
Savannah I tory we are,,your coworkers deuce R. I., William Wand GeorgeN.
MuBCOtt and children arrived Fridayof were well pleased with their purchase I' T V of Kissimmee. '''.,./

Garner, Of St. Cloud, last week from'' Eshland, Ohio. and delighted with Ki..lmm..nd ,MRS.' H. T. GAINES; 'Prest ''M. M. Stewart of Orlando, wa In The member of the bereaved'tam-F 0. '..' ,

spent last Saturday' transacting business They are quartered for the winter at the surrounding country. They expect MRS.' DILLIE. BRONSON the city Sunday ::visiting with ,hi* fly have tho-yiBjpathy of the :entin', ': ,
in the city.Mia the residence of Dr. H..C. Thoma- to make Osceola county their home in E.' in their ;
,Secretary.: friend. G..Vans. Agnew. community sorrow.. ; t" .
on. the course of a few month Their '' "
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baa land are located on Lake Uarion.. ... :
Blackwell accepted Mr*. Newport and two children -;- -- ---' ' /' T'
position ,
a in the dry good department reached the city last week from Cincinnati Charles Neid, who has:a ''place be

of,M. Kats'sJudge and are stopping with Mr. tween two and three mile north of .
Smith, on Brack atreet. They will remain Kissimmee ', ",
: has recently come from
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G. F. Kribba the week ,
pent t;
until late and
spring possibly his former home in Minnesota to erect r. ; s { 'r'
end at his splendid orange grove near ,
permanently.Ml a ''residence and otherwise prepare his ? '
Narcooaaee.: farm for lie I i. lvhy
occupancy. accompanied -
Lillie BeUe Harrell arrived in
Beantifnl"'shirt, waiats, new Robe- Kissimmee Friday of laat-weefront Mr. Neid by 1 one of his in IOns"Stock Matthia- SPECIAL J
engaged
spierre collar, deep cuff F.. H. Law. Sylvester, Ga., and left the followingday for commercial in the raising southern .t .
." purpose %
Bon. , 47-lt for Ansiee's tie camp to make her part of Minnesota. He i* impressed ,I. ".. ,
home with her brother who I. thecompany' ,
Rev. B. II. Guy', who preaches at foreman.Mrs. with the advantage of this section .'. ';. d', '
: for the industry, and believes that if .' <, , '
several stations down the county, was _ _ _ .I"'r "
in Klaalmmee Monday. C. A. Wheaton, ha arrived a farmer i* prepared for, it that the ,. ,':..V'" V w/1'. >I.' .,,' \' \ I For : ., < ...>,f... {, ,,! ), ,." r(.I", ",
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v business can be carried on successfully I, f, \ ' ( i('. '
K from Toledo, Ohio, to make her home ;I ,; t? <' t' ; "h 1Ir'Jt; : (:'
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Dr. G. H. Clark one of St. Cloud' with her daughter, Mrs W.. H., Nor He regards the sOo a* one of HmMwvt'Monday' "
'prominent physicians, was a visitor to ton, in this city. They are occupying the first necessities for successful ; '
this:: city Tuesday' afternoon the Wilson cottage, corner Verona stock raising and this structure will andOFF Tuesday

:' street and Clyde avenue., . be one of the first to have.,place. on. : Ii
Spahler the foremost :
D B.;: one of his farm , ,
.
buslnea men' and realty bolder of Jack ,Whldden and wife arrived In , : .. ''11>'

Taft, spent Monday In the city the city Monday from Ft. Meade and Miami Metropolis: With a'a'Jhe acquisition ,. .

E.1 are guest of the Central.1I0tel. :They of Mr.' John Seymour and f ," 1" ,. ; 1 : . .. 'V
for his
L. Lesley left Monday came here for the purpose of having his family ,of 'interesting' daughtersfrom 'V : .
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cattle ranch in the.lower part of the Mrs. Whidden' *tonsils'removed, the Redland section, Miami ha .

county, and' will 'be ,absent,for about which operation wa successfully' performed gained new resident who will provean . -I ., ,.. }

ten ,day, t on Tuesday'by Dr,, C.' L. addition to V the life of.the"city. .;'I .., 4. ,4'" > .' .' :. ..f.. j
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Mr. Seymour with his daughter, Miss 'h' ...
Dr. W. Ik:.BalUw.; of Bartow, spent Hyatt,.:w:4Mrs'Lydii' May Seymour arrived yesterday from . .' '. .' < '. > / ",r'u,#), t''(

.nral'da1'' in Kissimme this week ;. ; Lippincott; ,who 'has the Homestead;ledlon' to join Mia \ .. : .- I v > .*
a* the of his friend, Dr, DeWitt "? >,
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guest
beeU(-.'acbing at Bassenger, 'passed Annie Seymour who has lately return. on all .
LighUey; .? through Kissimme* Tuesday "on' thew.y.wh.r ed from .Georgia wh.re'lbe baa been .. .r ; .p'A'
''' home in Nebraska, baT attending achool for'the last two : : '
John Hr Payn was at work in thecemetel'J'
been V there by' the illness of ;: They will build in Miami makngit :. :1 W
Tuesday" making concrete ing called year : ; ,:") : : \ .
foundation r monument, lOOn. toby her mother.,M er plan A* .:.teacherwa | ; ,a .year round".home;' "nj"1i I'liiCS;, ..
tbe ..- supplied V by the school board by' \ > V... .T" :' h d'M'"ft" )'tti' .. -
- placed: .
, the election-of Miss,Lelia'' Roper. ,-of r. .r . : ,""nttfi\tn' 'e' Sj '

J.'T.Blackwell wife and daughter Winter Garden "> A'want ad. In th*' Valley G&.tti .... 1 .. . \ : .. ; \I"
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came. ] nl' from Aahton! in their touring Aa*" never yt..fail gel, to produce. reult I .' .. '..", ..0'..,.'....;!;i.0I<.- '... ,..,..,". ,......\ a."' ."."' I
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&r\Wednesday and spent. the day Mr*, J. R Wetco/t''and children ir.rived *. \ .. .. 'f:"
with friend"" J' at their home,,In'SG-Cloud last (-, ,,, ."'"' .r .', ., "< ., ,/
week from a-summer,'spent. :;-.t.A i : t'. "
'Revnd"fn.. J. F.:Livermor*'have lantic etty,'where they own' 'Iaand. .' (SecondjFloor'y I. ) ... '. :A;;, ',.

returned to KUaimme after an extended some cottage. ,"'Mra, .Westcott-,.and .
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visit to their old home .at tbi: = daughter Edith:who are great.favorite I ';oJ.i. '' '
a 1<
anon. Conn., ::.. with our society people/wer4 in Danll"t'& DannGR'Q \mISREDU.CTION.'WILL'JJE'; ,' MADE TO ; ', !rs:

( the city Monday and.mad. thi:office : '
wiii.ter : ; '
The city Is last filling' ap'witb moat pleasant. call.;, ; ' ; CASH.,CUSTOMERS ONLY., ' i&.
resident*;;'and in a few'week* it ; ": '" ; : r "' "
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will be a> question a* to comfortably. A'fishing party'' composed 'of R.L.StarUnc ; , locating.them.: L M. O-Collins. Ed Collins and ,. : -- ' '- '; ;;ft {' -I"'J:Ii. : '\\J" .,; si

'. Andrew Smith left Kissimmee Saturday : Id ,this Department 'will 'bo found Hats ,Itt:' J.t:tk.'Latast'' ': F
; :A.. 'r 'BaI:, of Sti Cloud' precinct; evening and returned with a fine :-tad Broadway.' ., r "" ;" I ,' .
represented the Board ''of -CountyCommissioners catch of trout., They proceeded down Shapes''arid Styles Trimmln I .') / "V' rn, 0 : jx r .'.,
'on' the''canT"sin&' the lake to the Kissimme river, and ... .,. ,. I >I '., :,, '. ,> ,, , -l'f: k : "r'i ,

board 1', .. ., 1".10' .,' .J' {\ ,.1
here, Monday ( reported' fine ,,sport. .Th.Y'landed 45 '' ''''';rI" "'.. 'j. "",. (. 'I')If' " ,'
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oa.Aldew'DUUI good *icedfish of the freshest ,and. \ .I;' .... ('if', :, ; 1'.7.. \\'It. ,
C. W..ple'and'DeW11 "I
W. '' ,

V prominent Baaaenger businessmen most. appetising appearance.Eveiylwdy -. *,. .,: ."./, k,. :.'., ,";., '. s'. .. .:; :This surprising: :',,reduction'trill'enable"eye1: : ), qw:; ux i #A''';',;";.;:') ::' .
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the '
were hero'a couple of;days use flour; why not get ; .' : ..j "
forepart of, week.. the best,. the White' Clover Flour a* {" .'..rb.'I'.,,. ,, .,,....,., ; '0'f'.J.o-l. child Iii- t88t tU and'surroundlnK territory ,to'hpurckssera' (, :; ?', '
: advertiaed In this paper 1* fully guaranteed -\ W' 'J", ;' "'" 'hat of.the pattern for little : -i'.;: Y'"' .,; o; '
ti of WATCH t latest cost. q.
or 6 r doe. 6M will break any ,,and deserves at least a trial '. I't'''' '. ., -, . -- ,, ;f : : :r.: 1
ease of Chill A Fever and If taken ;'
Yon will help convince the ,' 1
by'yon.! THIS P CE.:1: .\ : '
then .* a tonic.the Ferae. : will.not re" advertiser that '" .:. : > ,
paperlr good
your a :
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turn. 'Price 2ft,cent', V 'tf ''iron'f: > "" / THIS '; : '( f.; "
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, advertising 'mediumby_ patronisingthe ., ..!>": < *?-. 'I.>>."* .' '., DO,. NEGLECT pPTORTUNITX I AS 'ITS. ; ft
T. A. Ba "who for' years! wa* ) .firm that us*its column 47lt.Epworth : - f I' ; '
many : : :
WEEKLY.LIST .. .. tlkE: MA OCCURtAGAiN :: .
NOT "
..."* reaident of Kiasimmee, but who now _. League' meeting ', \" ,;; . \ \ .
every '
live on at farm near Bassenger, visited Sunday evening at,6'o'clock'at the 'OF'SPEClAL8. . : J ;"J .,. ; ,,\
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,here a few days this 1. ..:
week. : M.' E. church.' A cordial invitation "'J : I .
AT THE.NEW STORE.:., "' '
J'nlIan.'KonWOea' Whit Is 'ex' nded.to you.' 'Come and walk : :
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of h .. . :
tion 1 who to these part with .. .
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every one .''7, ,. ..\< .. "
know here attending Topic for Sunday, Selecting and ..... :1) .'I", I .
wa Monday ,"' A' 'N N. ,- S' ka. .... ,.'.' ;
forth :
Messenger ..RelerenCl.M.rk8:1318 .
Sending .
,to private ? inea..matters. / '; ''. , ,'" ,.. ,01' ; .;.. .. ", & Offf
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KUlmmee and Ma- Miw Helen Jones "
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Auto Garaga, ; F
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chin in .
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Company will do anything '. '., . ' .' '
Thorodltor of the Valley Gaiette Is " 11" .t' ' "IJ
;lath*:or machine work' \ .4' ": : ". .
boats.. and all other"ma- indebted to J B. Hale for a, number '. ._ ; ; '.. t!:>
Mltomob11-1
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Ben Davis' variety that It ha ever .it :,''t:' :.I..A: ,
DAHN DANN .. .. ... ,1
'PSem-'d'A."Pi. been of the : / "
: U. one of the oldest the pleasure editor to aee. 1'; .. t., .
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and best known printer and nwpa- They) were grown on Mr. Hal*'* appfa .;; : ., :. .,." i' j ..... f. .I ( :(' ,
per men in .Florida"who' haa made farm near Omaha"., IlL They arej*' : ... .... j' I." ,t './

I kia home'at'Orlando for the past few I usually large and richly! colored>Tll* .tq Q, .C I (R; ; I . t" ., .. . ,.. .. d' ,.l" ., , .. \.- ..' . Ii& .'''''d.". ,, Ii 1/. "'... '.,. J _"
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'A- j 4. ORANGECEN1tiER.: 'a r\ .I', \,
w. The Application arid Demand for Florida Land Cannot .
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;/ OU> ' Friends" L. J. ..Munger and'IJ.'W< Jones were Appreciated By: You Until Have V died Oar',Beautiful City '
Independent ; : Orlando ;
et I.neRd. ., visitors. ,Tuesday and
,.aaoPPorttUBaler.kfheart/: to' beset'.; talli. For, tbre. Mr.)and Mrs. Wna..8penc..ntertaln.- . .. " '., "> \ I. . .'iII
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h' *.n",urging upon.. the growers'In this state to bold their ed Mr. and Mrs. ,M., Dittet Sunday. I e '1 i \ r .
unUl they nature on'the trees, a i, this Is the only .kind of Mr. 'and Mrs. Geo. Babcock have I ' "
Vie;will bUTI'' & \,&.fair:,price;" We' have presented facts moved into '''their, new 'home. :on, Pine ;' ' ,

4 ; ; ,main, UI.mo.t.or; ', you hare1' ,admitted jU-lUfte4L our post.Is street. l' J ,. ,',.: .
., not one at ;you $$4d$7'wbo' will .hot admit la your, *heart! Mr. Zimmerman lost. a valuable bird i '. ,' .:, 1 .
; l>ment'ofgreenandalmmatur., citrus frutt.'kUl.' the mar dog tWa week. T. .H''E McKAY I "' '41
4 |/ssakes |It Impossible for any factor ''to get what' ;toe fruit lans Mr. and Mrs., John -Gattchling, of t "" e'; (I: :" "

t >aee. the grower',.ulr....;;'tb..indu.tr, taogubbes'aud\the stale Syracuse: Indiana their.arrived Saturday I : : '(* '
to locate, on Orange Center :
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4n.lopl'u and i .
should would. If all Interests were busy farm.,, I ,
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tb. Facchaagelakeeplag: market-killing. ] stuff"'OS '',t.h..marll' .. Mr. .and Mrs. James Boyle were entertained ., ,J, ,
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,s { .'' yo have 'Wedagain,, ,this!,ear. You have calculated that if you and Mrs. T.Sunday-at.Deering.the' home; of ''Mr. REALTY, CO ' ,; .:..,. .,. ' i1,

*? aye get, y ; Bought at low prices trom 'th. growers. Perhaps,'you do-r-on a few a business trip to' Orange Center'" /
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} i ,i > but you know the grief you has'.ulrerecl. Some of.ou. because, -Monday. I I ;>!

I i 'Exchange: was boosting Parson Browns, have shipped fruit that, you Mr. Hyde returned S.turday"after,' / Wholesalers, aid Retailers of'"Timberand\ "
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new ,was Dot Parson'Browns, and you have nofonlyhurt younefveejrat, a months' visit in Philadelphis'PMrJohnShank. *. : .. ,") '
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t t ,N lb.' Injury to the, Industry is Irreparable. You know that'we are. pushttg -' -Center- after arrived, in Orange ._-_ : ...:: : <, "' ; .:,. .
Monday the
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!|?, Parson Browns because they are .004.to eat early and hat we know summer in Canada. Mr. Shank is very "TT,, ..' .. ','I' 'l" '.' ,,:1- ,_.:.
,, \# %1!'that' ** P* Pl.'eat good oranges la the beginning of the season they will enthusiastic about Florida in general <, t,. i'I r
,, atlnae to eat them :': : l ,','j. Th r; :, 1 '
; butt thereat a sour -orange 'they will .buy.no and Orange Center in particular. I ; ';; ; '/ i'I.I. *:' ,
e' 'aorfor"'. long time; You know' that justas' well as we do;, ,You Don and Kimbrough Oliver returnedto /' : ",,'',.4'; 1, ; .
: 'know It to your sorrow, or to the sorrow,of the growers whose oranges and their home on Fleming Island Tue''j' oJ) " J. 'J" "J rr, I ",:>,0"-\..,,\..\ I ". ,
v i grapefruit' you'Jiave led him to believe you could sell at a'" good price.. day, after a four weeks', visit I i ': ':; I ..I'.1/ ,t1 :,:?,1 ,: 1 ; '1' Timber: Lands ,
? their sister Mrs., Randall Keen. .5
Yon have 01'1. .
succeeded this la 'j \ \\.y.. .
season the market before there
crushing '
t waa a..i.....rltet. You killed It a-bornlng. WhyT- ,Answer .that?your'owa' Mr. Norman Dryden,.of'' Chillicothe;f, . .' ". .11." ,'t","I'/1 1"i"'; :""f.I!;, ";'II'"', \ ',.,,., . . " . .
wo way. Mo., and Mr. Dohmann', of St. Louis, :" ;..'\\rl'\' \ ..;,,.', ffit... ,, ,':' ... ', ,;
I '>t'' That you did it, you know., Now.what.are to''do. .tabout ItT Mo., arrived in Orange Center 8atu.- --- "
"going .
you day. They were very'much pleasedwith '< ; :: '' !! \! ; "A : :
,;k, s4 ,The Florida Citrus Exchange has done' all ..la Its power to restrain''Its this section ,:of the country and ; . .;. MfiW'sW'tyffl. ; ; r .'...."'.:ffi-: , ; 0. I '

V r associations ,from following your fooll.Iaexa..ple. but a few have gottea the climate.. Mr..Dryden owns a.20 I .* ', ', .' "; .,''.I'i'' '''\", ,.' K I .
aw.,., lathe mala.they. have.been staunchly 'with 'us" sad, are now acre. Orange Center farm.. < j : m .
;i AT you going'to continue this slaughter that you have begun, or are you Oak Chapman, Melt Kicker and Russell -. .,. ., I
igrolag tostop'and give. the market a chance to cleanup the rotten: punk Harrison, of Tennessee, are guests j ,
''' that you have dumped on It, and wait for market. It Is o; no good'to' ( of ,Mr.' and Mrs.. Wm. Spence,' of E also, have some very desirable and very
Orange Center. , ,,
you) tovdeceive-yourseles Into believing',.the. things tht>,some of you Mr. Babcock is having several acres j W
: aava, Imagined. and clea'.apn..loa to-about the Exchange In this cenaectloa. -' of land cleared his the i
on place
near .
,1'ou'ao,., or at least that partof you who have any facilities Orange Center. 'i well, Groves Rail I
j improved,Orange: near to
.
,lor ,,keeping' up with current/'business. that the Exchange has -hot fol Ira Keen has entered the service of '
lowed you; but has.. given. you a clear Held.Tho.Exchange has not gone Uncle Sam for the usual! term of three( 9; '
fir' below II f.. 0;' b.'packinghouse'for' oranges that were known to '.be up years. -

r '' .to the standard of color and development. It has handled. a .number of .... Road, Churcl1'andiSChooJ.' We own ,most ,

' cars In'market: where some 'of you have shipped Ola'order at $1.50 f. o. The Ferocity Herb.If .
' ; b. and got-what 'ou' you have any' reason to suspect: ,
was to
coming ) when the fruit arrived. You know
'r .,., 'What'.it, "... Oh!, how sore some of you are!; It you could produce Joirquotations tht gentle you for are this too strenuous mild-mannered age eat too of the property we' are offering! for sale, I. .

made by the ExchangeIn thosa markets, bow you would catmint. .
bowl My friends, the Exchange has quotations from received from '
you Miss F. A. Bardswell, in her book
,. all parts< of the country, ranging'' from $1.25 to $1.50 f, o. b. for early "The Herb Garden," says catmint, one I and balance we hold options ton so we are able to
sweet oranges and Parson Brown. of the varieties ,
It for lOhl! you say you did not do It, ten of mint is knownas
. It .was the other fellow. Don't you know: that any one who Is classed: the herb of ferocity, because of the
,, .or:! classes himself ss 'an Independent, Is In the Independent Family! fercoious disposition it imparts. '
t ,'". and .that,'the 'Independent Family as a Whole. Is hurling all of Its "The herb, when chewed," the give: you the best of terms. .

,I,.' weight- and bar done so since the beginning of 'the season-against the Miss Bardswell. "is said to .make
,: efforts':,of. the,Florida. Citrus Exchange to stem this tide of green sourfruit most gentle person fierce and quarrel
a Iri# that. ,)'OU,1. a clans, hare turned loose upon the country. some.executioner A legend who is could extant:: never of a musterup certain ,If you have any property that you wish to exchange

,Now again j some. of you aretaking' orders, 'and have been .doing so his courage to the point of hang. fI '
for three months;, at a price and guaranteeing that Price against decline. pg till he had partaken of it." I
.. .Accept as a fact,' that. the Exchange has no Intention,, of following' for a home in one of the best States in'the Union
'I you In'thln asslnlne'course any more than In the other. Fill yourselves ,
up on these orders and 'keep busy, What the Exchange wants Is .
the market price, and 'whatever1 price 'lDay name cuts no with '
; you flgure call write what have and "
phone
'. s1 the Exchange., Ithelped, you last year by sending buyers to you,, and or us you we can .

; will,, do. the ,same. ,,thlng .this year, It your prices are as foolish U .they- .
::1; ..-r were la.t'' year.' The Exchange !'engaged la a general uplift of the I I find '
', citrus industrty Florida, for what want. : .
y and the-business that you are seeking tor' you you ;
,will not, pay for; trIItt' put 'up the Exchange, way. The people who will III

pay for trsitputs\'up': the 'Exchange way. will ,not pay for the kind of .
Junk-th.t,"will go out on these cut-throat prices. With this understanding II I I.

l ,,let us urge upon you .that.you go to, It' with all your might and .. ......... -,.
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main. The Exchange: Is not trying to take'the class1of' business, from RINGS I
:':; y ;you that you are seeking to get. . i -
y; ;.t.:,,!; : Here are some of the recent choice bits,tot Information. coming" over 'The circle -
I: 0' the wires:' mystic little; :the
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r"'' f .Boston. .October,, 31.-"North American olrerlnc..ny part often. cars emblem of unending friendship -

": ;. ) .1,:." Parson Browns now en route Potomac Yards 1.40'Florida. a 'token of' unlimited

,r1, ,'.-;t,1.,. r. :...;t Dallas, Texas:: ."Competitors, are making open quotations love: a sfccped..'bond-between HERE ,IS SILVER TABLEWARE
tee r: .: .f''shipped 'car 80th $2.35 delivered ,.Johnson1.brand Parsons Chase., Will ',.
; tIt'Y ; l: lose::. order If cannot"; get, .car. on equal'telegraph.; Immediately belt')'ou. CaD -. 'lover and sweetheart, and abond

,.;' ,( do : : :of constancy between
I. '. The freight from: point'of'origiutoDallas on the1frult.quoted, above. .man and wife. ,
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!.Is 850 per box.:: 9': 9 .e; .j
Such memento'should
a be
Cleveland.. Ohio. November' 4'We.tliercold but clear and pleasant. of exquisite quality. The display afford ;.
k Market Is unchanged,, .today. One. orange sold $2.1S to $1.80 one grapefruit -' of the purest gold and set in
,'t ;II.60( to U.U," ', /: ". the" rarest'of gems., a splendid opportunity .to exercise the highest

h N; ;.Philadelphia, Pa-;,November..- ?Competitors sold at'auction. today four degree of taste ''for the least expenditureof
.oranges average ".110, two' grapefruit average, $3.10. Competitors'; tars : 't.Our magniliceutstock 1 will please '
on,track five.": .' \ the most.fastidious; the great diversify N money. Both flat and, hollow Ware' are:"in, 'i'

.-- St. Lout, Ho., November 4_''Wea'ther cool 'cool'&adplea.aal.m.rk.tJ.d.dlJ of. styles and values will. cluded; i in'the offering. We invite ':visit from
an under light, demand for,! oranges. Market Is(:doing' better 'on grapefrulL> meet the needs of all classes. ,We

i, .*' :Competitors, sold at' auction today one grapefruit .$..80 )to. $ .40.. 'One ,''.'"only, ask that 'you see our stock. those who'appreciate good::taste,'and. demand .
'' ;'Loulal__',mxed:: green oranges fLSO. ""grapefrutt$1.55.'! '
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before making your purchase}. ,, quality. *
good .
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..; : .,"' ;'Kansas, City, Ho.,,, November 4..-JThree cara.ora.ace.receIYed, hereao ,
: ; .:.' ..!i tar.two consigned pal color,,somcrgreen qualityfaly. Car, 8weetheartbdgbt' : 1..-seed Dl.aonda'' \ .. I
?/r'; ftOpt.e..tp .
.:, .".;: grapefruit sold! Friday auction $MO.to $UO. Car u'4..8Old. I MncSUvM.-- q a.rlmtln '

}.. '...'...... '''IU ,,;[t4IJ., $1.10 to.12.80:' .Botb'COD &'DecI.", ,.O..dript.Gold!sad Silvtr Plan*Jewrtry.Ctecuolim. 5d".". "
..1 : ,t.'e -, ',;;todlanapolla. 11 d.. $oY.mber'OIy' price! car orangeilfoyer claim. .. .To1l t.....,, ',
'. '.IIM'Is offered Parson Browns at $140 f.- 'b "' w
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-',>11"'",u "'f-"''','*Buffalo,'N.Y,. November 4"-''Aoctlon ioday.North American" Exohange1' 'SPECIAL.. .CART TO MAIL,ORDERS'' .Jeweler andOptometrist ; .I:

.. ': . / PaJ'IIoa'8rowaa; U.oo.tO $1-75. 'CI'utebll.ld-'c.r Lone,.' brand SBo to r .. .. .Cll A COLE :
y'' \ ,., ,."I .. ,Chase'caj ,earlyf" hanmock,' too ''to $i. dj-;; fruit ,green"; "' poor-" '}la. ", ;'t'' wawra" JEWELRY,, co.! ,, r

',.'-... ". ' ,. ,{/iJ i- z.. -i&a"Noresiwt::: .6.?...."Weath.R'< ,cold- .and! { raining. '-Martteft. I Is e ,' ../ : 'R1Mr/oiarel4reptrx'; j r : : : j
r ' ' TJWFA .t.yn..ka.sirV!, FLOKIDA '
y .' ..- ;)'l., ;;.wfUa,oranges; other'traits'About.flve/ : a .
r. in: :['lJ" .! !;S.anNovemba; ;:;l:;= >> carshareXarrtred: pl1.i.b14., S : ,

a. 7'. <; i "- -: / : et." two cars;' being sent here.at.-per'box,advance-to the. buyer : \ I I
I 'Oils:dealer Is. offering these oranges to ti ,-trad: at$2'per.box: .de. : . ;,
:(;?: 1 -edv. The other.three cars were consigned." .. '!,
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.:." 'Then:;; Is no meaner'.type orcompeUtloa'th.nthla.con..1t1.tutr..aa4: ''F ., ..... . .. ;1: ..j

r!' meanest.ofthat; type 'Is M .k: *'Mffon'whlchi' ; some 4.aler.UfuceS.ral: 1 ., 1.j 1..
'r.E; piece' ,.Of such'are Indepeadents.' : .. _' : : : .
!r:f < '' Paintl "Paiiat ''Painf ,
Paint Paint PaintK
.'. .TeBn.- November! .. Tor, your Informattoa\ Bi si .T.this :, j t Paint' : ; '. : Paint>< ., ,! J
Ia 'car : .. . . '
are unloading ol '
a orange. today,bougb'through< Crutchfleld, a' v. I ,'
,:\' falk,, and tbeshipper ,Is ;ISureka ,Orove.;;,O. 'O.! 'Crocke.; 'Ulms,' ria..t , .. ; 'I
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' a;, .,. ,wesisold.aK'I2: ;dellveredTit; 14". .ear of all brtshts,with.. (Unusuallyeotor .... : ;;" ., ., I. .. : ". .'. .....' 1'
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aad'are very'good-eating; fruit::'for'this ;varretyvwight " 1 '1.e ,. f',,,.. .. I -. ,, ., .., \
';, > go, on' and:onaad 'extend,,,this story ,of ,.Indiscriminate : <" ', :. )'. : .( ', ) \ !
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't .... .. it . '" R. S 'S 'QRfIES"The ). < ;i
: .-but. you ;know: It ;You read the,:details .In }your.various of-' ; .f. . . '. ,"
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., .: ".::.\\tl','. :andH; Is .needless torn,: ,,'It Into'.you ,toQ.'lW-elf.. .Wbat'We'ar.'in. ... "" ,' ._.;',!,"." ".,,,," '. "I" ,:, .' ' 0 < ,' .. , . '. ."'', I\ '. ' ,,

!edht,: >BOW. Is-to,:know what"you e,are' going, to', do. about It. 'Are*, ; . " I.'} ; ..". : " 'j':;' Store. thc$ ApprcclGt..Yoar. Tr J.". ''. ,' . "ItI ;

;::1'i ,..( g.tnato; l stop-Ubls fool shonaa* & .getilnlae.toryougoing) : ,.to.iue .1 ",' :\.. f"!' <'. < :, N -" < J ; . : 7..1. .
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.' '; 0,.JJ: to al.qh\etthl. stud! :tttat' is:consigned to, your.'car.' b>r,.lnde-.. "." ..:*.... ..t/.1..."i"..'.. ,y . , ,."",, ,. .' . . .,0...;.'
1 "t'I': o\ at, trowere.:1'J'beNi."i! ; aiserisone r.. '" ''. ,'.. ,. ., .
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: never. fairer husl .rt ,. ,
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rry \ ,' There .
s year : war never a. sTreater.exhibition. :of/futility: ..j .. .. .. '. ,i,
i t ''ua ;wortt.marketthecltrga'frulta'of, 'tbl..tate''ou.' :are 'at e' '. J 'i" ". .
; ; BUY '
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1f ;i' ' iptlng .to market them.! It .)'ou'are so .strongly"prejudiced ..&Jut.th. : : ( : S.W.P.Paint;' : .. :; : Kyanizs. Varnishes\ >< \) 1 >
Ii 4s"!! : ;. that. cannot .w '" "'TNE "
'J! you cooperate.with.In. thenjlnthe. ; ,name ofj th* '. \ ForFloonlntetiorlvoodmork 0'j ;
., ,. ; : ; : ;
t tiJ of this"state,"'getiogether on 'CMlr'OWJ":account"and. tave1 somesystem . Known th"'W. n .'4 .' '. ,
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Over .
OI'ICI . and Furniture ,
{ : '11\\ 117,,which ,you can know..:''what'conditions. ran aad/,.top;jot : ," , .I ..-t .'. BEST', :.. "\ 5.', I It :<

.. } ..I'etbiess'. murdering of .the citrus1 tnda.of.thla: state. ICi,; ., .' . '. .. ,\!'
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,t n.onlDA"CITRUS ..EXCHANOHV.RJ .'.1 i t. IV , ... IT.:IS .ECONOMY ,r:'!'. -
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",,! ' ( P, ',Burton, BalesManager.. . '. "_ "' :ij" ; t.
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:e a Denominational Law: '" dose oIRellton.\ He'felt'; good vet . : J t.
so .
;;;; ..." "' I ." '. < 1\;" _ = with"a reputation' It is the Best ,
iJ! his > h6 ' : . ,
,- IsTa'Maaon''efforto were: ezperienee: that:>nxtte.Va, trie <. : !
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York United ,from church he sought out what'good ' -' .;; !
PresbyterJ. : .... "- ; : .. . ..... '
he might do. He met three lank 1 .
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: v.3..LHervey from and; '1 .W "
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r of this denomina- hungry tramps 'took-them, tGatg- . '
: 1 Iarecnteo'sra ..taurant' 'watdttd.ttsM,ttIIe Id,'t :fle'; ''i ii: : '? ? ROSS: GRAVES, 2!: )
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then patadett .with heal 1Iifa.d admin.. e"r;
jL .. . .. !J( listered, advfeeh';Tke parade led- into t a.'f").w.. , '. .J7w St_", ,...; ApprecW..X. Trd." "f"!" '' "
\ ",>)1'' '. i lonely suburb,where the beneftciar.leis ..' '
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of the ned merchant's '
= .. newly religfc> ) l'.0. : : :
,. -II ...., Good Oainaritanism proceeded to din"maaW .,
", '. Na1d ..', York' .Urn and 3 Iaav. .Urn to the mere": ,.;, ..:Paint''. . Paintt_ :, :' ,Paint' .Paint Paint, ,Paint } +Paint. .il
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: iBMsM MAN . :r- *'wd.VMPMM tCt9ttotE' MUA., INSURANCE!: fO. TOPWJSKUTC ',,. ', ... n .I :
Inspected each te.ee.n Ward No.'1,
: CLUB
t" !' made by the people of TtWen and I 8IGHAiIL."J'"J' HITRO:
PRAIWC : '
If :SITS. ( .. found each one aD that could bedew;. CASE Waot'No..1.*
A. fcWRITES sired. My own investments of course long blasts of YL'
Is, satisfactory ,or I would not ,have .-- --- Ward No. 8.' South Kissimmee,'3 r r Steel Lined ,
made. it., ) ,- I long blasts of whistle. 8-tf
HIS, .
IMPRESSIONS'. "OFOSCEOLA I believeatlre I, stock1:\ business here i iI. SOUTHERN:STATESLIFE,, TAKES
ELLS
'COUNTY' TO HIS (s'a paying, one and so, far as 'the' WARRANTS ,AGAINST, MEN,.. ,Cloee-lB Resident Lots, ,

HOME'' PAPER ,:IN'' WEST thoroughbreds and bight grades 1 are .. WHO SWORE;:! FENN'"DROWNBD. Two very desirable dose-in red. ,!
; t concerned it Is only in its infancy dent Iota, one of which la a'corner

._. From what I have seen of It I believe lot. 'Th.. water,
the better way is to use native stock sewer and ellectriclightHues. Located

The 'T1 deu. 'N.t Cittcen contains crossed with thoroughbred. ,.- three and one'.half blocks from a ,core
the following letter from Lawrence On the prairie ODe sees birds, big An echo of the recent finding of Augustus Broadway,' Scho.L blocks: from a i .

Wells, a man who made the trip from and wonderful; some varieties entire J.- Fenn' the lumberman, of Osceola High Just the' place "
his borne town to Kissimmee and. the ly new to us'northerners. I taw one Cordele, Ga., in' New'Orleans, after for a fine home. We are offering ;'
prairie some time ago: fine fawn spring up from close in the of his disappearance bad these lots for a short time at a 'very "t1i:::"
To the Editor: To fulfill my prim- front ,of us.and as it'dug, f r.parta remained mystery unsolved two is\now low price and on easy terms. Call i; ,
isM to you 1 am'' writing. unknown my old hunting blood surgedas to be heard in the superior years court in and we will show them to you.-- ' : 1\\ .

We arrived at' Kissimmee, Fla..on it used to In the early day when, Crisp, county, Ga., where warrants 89tf H. M. BREAKER. CO.. ",..
'Tsursajrv. Mr. Canning met ,us at Nebraska was new and wild, but as have been sworn .out by'representa' .,',
depot and no gun was at hand and,I can't' run .'/ 1
the "e immediately began tim of the Southern States ,Life Insurance ".
to make 'arrangements to make. a'' as fast a* I once could I Just sat still company, of Atlanta, against Nice.Home,Gose to Lake. .
trip to the prairie by auto. and so far as I know the fawn' mal, the two men who swore that Fenn fell ,6t; ,down'' the kidCutdoii : ,. .

,We had a very nice trip from be going south yet. One.small alligator overboard from a boat In,the Apalachicola No.'460;A new 6-room 'cottage, two <- .?: the r l1..'
Council Bluff to. Kissimmee' and let us see"what he looked like river, ,In Florida,, in April large lots 0x164 feet,. each, splendid ti .
made good.connections. i but did not offer to bite; in fact he 1910, and whose account was acceptedas well of artesian water, fifteen bearing gUesWork'i'
We epent Friday and Saturday in' made haste as much as'' if he ""ere'afreld sufficient proof that Fenn was deadto orange trees.; Call and see this proposition )rj'
sheik star .
''
looking over the Lake Marion tract of being bitten himself.. justify payment being ordered by price .1900. Shoot the, speed ;

-of prairlaland..At Whittier we found Now- -here is a chance for a-man to the court.on_an insurance policy upon 24tf H. M., Breaker. "& Co.'. wdchyour Edd,and trap vcr-: ; &:
male a home"and own-tbe--Iand'that t "" : '"
a big Democratic barbecue;and rally : his life. '- \ .
in full swing. 'As all were ,welcomed he works, and take advantage of the R. II Roberta, one of' the. men Modern Home for Sale' Eoing the ) the poWdescLatF with
a. great abundance of beef stead.. rise'.in value. While I believe one the ; The steel l gfve* *peedsrps :
.T Iweet potatoes, bread and butter was.: should buy now before the land goes ; whom perjury,insurance wasarrested company'Wednesdayin accusesof No 469-New modern 6-room (thou.., just that compreiaon Deeded to put *J1 the drive of'.the explouoo 1 ,

spread out -on a long table and we i up in price I could not advise moving i Cordele, it is reported, and wlll'an- located on Emmett street, dhb block behind your load.

were hungry just the same as Demo.. in before, the railroad i i. complete ewer the charges In court later. west of court housed: Electric lights, And with C:.|M>t ftftoxj ,.,.'.. Mr. cl tbe. *uM 4V'5
crate we helped ourselves. In some which ought. to be in .a .very few ,''J. S. Land, the other man accused bath. toilet'and lavatory. Lot H7i1t .peed-a uniform pettd olfap.eda'.spe.in Mchad] e..yKe_.. vSt ,
ways Whittier is a dry' town therefore months I saw the grade' finished 1.11 feet .Several young orange and '
is said to have .
south of Savannah, the' first town by the company, not grapefruit trees inthe This >ook Arrow and. Nitra db I P-i F-ctory toed-d Sk-B kr
yard.
ndrank
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we coffee. The '
only
that seemed to be getting ahead man,financially south .from Whittleir. been .located yet by the. arrestingofecere ? property I. located In'' the very best peed. pliM p-ttern io any nke of h-tgiia.. ) \

was the man that had the LAWRENCE WELLS The intends to make an resident' section of the city, close to Remington Anna-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.. ,-\if2B9 r ','
company court house, 'postofflce and' business Bf.*dw-r ita 7NWV..tc GtyGR1NER '
ice stand. Several
cream political \
it Is'said 1
example of this case, 'so ,
: I section. ,Price $3,700. Terms on part.
speeches were, delivered which no 4000444000,00000040: *
: that it may stand as a warning against
,:24tf H. Mi Breaker & Co.
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doubt, .were O. L-there but would be 1 future frauds, the company charging . 4i
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poor vote getters vote getters InNebraska' 'ALGER. NEWS. ::0 that fraud was' deliberately planned ,.

One thing we noticed was 'and practiced uponit in t.bls'cue by ;:,Truck and Citrus Fruit Land. ., (' ' /1',.
the absence- of flies and 0000,400004 004000000
mosquitoes.This two'me", now charged with having ',:' r :
dinner :'was- given in the open sworn falsely 'in comirt; ,proceedings. 'lI462''S.ven/ : and one-half acre*bt fI
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air in ,the/"shadow of the 'pines," Hurrah! 'That eastern railway Is Roberts, in'Jail, is said to have declared the bet truck and fruit land in Kis & S1EVER *: it:"
where one.would' naturally look for sure coming. Gees but it makes Old that he would stand by his affidavit simmee Park.. This land is In pt- xlml- '. .!gb'l
flies and bugs. but there wars. nothing Splinter rejoice to see this little, city, t.hat.t.he last he saw of Fenn ty to the lake. Call-' on us and we will .;
doing. grow. With people coining; in, oh, wu' when'be went under the watersof put :you In touch with the' ownef; you REALTY COMPANY \ .
The .. climate is simply superb. this will be the central city some day. .the Apalachicola river; and that he can deal direct with him. This property <; ., a
Temperature each day reaches about Mr. A., C. Gannon and family have never swore Fenn drowned. Is .offered at a great reductionfrom ; ', .- ;
85 and'about 66 at dawn. We : what land In. this locality Is sellIng ::14'" \ }
early fust moved in to make this their The company will endeavor to show '
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slept under a good blanket, which is future home. that Fenn did not even start'with for: Orange GrovesHigh Hammock Lands. ; ;#:

something we do ,not do in Nebraska Mr. John Padgett .Is in towni now Land and Roberts on their boat. trip 24-tf II. Mi. BREAKER'&; CO.. Timber. Lands. Lands, at .all Prices and. on Easy. :J'erina.J ..' ,,.} "
summers. unending a few weeks with. his sister down the river. ,
One night we ..taYed'at Turkey Mrs. A. C. Gannon. \ 1
Hammock where we were well treated Mr. 3.. E. Young left this city for Man and Fish Rescued on Same Pole. Splendid Residence: lot;. 2,000 acres Stock Rsaca, will exchangciisU! value v: \" ,;

and well -served.Mr.., Canning has a the Coast, where he will spend a few A party of five Canadians went fishing . '
No/ 463-Fine,' large,.'vacant,, corner for other real:estate ?:- -:-' '-: -:- .;'t' SSOacre
very fine showing as to what .the months. in a canoe, and a 14-puond catch lot, 80x147 feet, close to lake. Splendid .' .,,' ,
prairies will produce-oranges, grapefruit -; i. Mr. C. H. Padgett left here a few i overturned the canoe and drowned the location good neighborhood.' ;We Orange Greve.will trUe for half value J, .: r
gauva, egg plant, pineapples, days ago for St. Cloud, where he will ,five occupants.. The recovery of the are offering this large lot at the Very \: -
celery and all garden stuff along with spend a few days I dead fisherman-in-chief on one end of : low price of $400 cash., H. M.' Breaker for.otber real.estate,. balance easy payments, -:-> ,,'
Irish potatoes. Mr. D. L. McLaughlln left last week a line and a live 14-pound fish on the er & Co. -tt 4 k
Farming can be carried on much I for Olney.Mr. other end explained the cause of the I .
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the same -as in Nebraska, but of Y. E. Boatwright and family capsize. I KISSIMMEE' 4 FLORIDA :NT .
course different in some respects. are now living at the home of Mrs. 1I II .
T. J. Willis. Delicacies For Sunday Dinner. i I "'3ah'
Many different varieties of hay and Get the Habit '
forage crops are used here that are Quite a crowd went out fishing yesterday The ladies of the- Episcopal church ':..l.
new to use-and are very abundant. and caught a lot of fish at the will have a sale of home cooking at SMOKE '. lt;:
I certainly am very much pleased Cabbage Bridge., Dann &, Dann's grocery stop each BboneV
with their proposition in every way. The pupils of this smell town are Saturday afternoon,the first sale be- Straight
Mr. Williams has not in the least still wishing. school wouH start soon.SPLINTER ing held tomorrow, the 19th at 2p. DOZIER LEIW5 IJSIIRJGEBDEIDT "
overestimated It in any ,/way, In fact m. The articles offered for sale will Made In Kissimmee'; ,
it i. better than I wax expecting, and be specially prepared by' the ladies Tie Cigar with the Real Taste 'r \
too I found Messrs. McCalister and Wireless telegraphy has been developed and everything will be first class. A r, ".The ONrt led IM.t arenas '- Is .-U County :tz.: z.
Canning fine and I committee of ladles will be in attend- Box.tr d.IOUelted' t
very men am I until messages are being received FIRE .LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH, "
positive that their intentions are good between San Francisco and ance. The sale is, for the benefit of Look for Union .LabeL\ .. --, "HONK ..e "''t
and they will meet one fair and Japan, or across the Pacific ocean. the church.. ", :, ,.
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ry 'Ir. Cultivationind9strfal I., .t . _
'. YI. yeli wtsfa te kr :. : ati9n and ', '--- .. :. Oaeedla 'V< \.,'!
, ., R.soav.l.t, aslldisa. wit" iwo ,()(iee oyer' Pharmacy .'

a '17 . . l Rasid.nee 65, F FOmes .,
Dtl .. ORDAINED BV THB UNCIL. PfIoNE iJ ,
and FancyERICS arise ''.,oO..UIIH.TY or Kisannunn.Sc '. T 148., '
AutomobileOr ( Index:) In determining where a ,UH 1. The Sovtjea MS' .f the .
w ......._, .., .... . ..fKladoee .' 'ii
shall "be located. 'A .few 'of tleaer.1 0. Qt r
! r" ..' '.' ,' , ".:.", The, Florid) orangea.the finest. in. grove Florae. ; be"areaded.ea ,
f,
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these are'discussed below. . W.L."WIN.
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J ; : the world. ,1 <.' read as tHmnt "
4 \; bv, aotemobile. ; ,The oonBumer'prefers, it, as dealer "Distance fromTransportation "til. No ''building-/ ,, -..b.eIt.nt' i or '. r I' r
V ; ,, your: In aUth8Ea.temp&rt of the country, Line.. The ultimate object .being the booth.,:'except good ubcte.ntlal brio.I ,4 PHYSICIAN
.
Uf HBtHHItjM&9HfliRycrytov , ". I selling of fruit at a remunerative fig.. concrete, or artificial stone bulidti '
1 specially, are fully aware. ;
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hair be erected or placed within the Ml goR1t1ra1, '
fr it becomes necessary to locate a RamiDBMc '
,
1 an farts The orange blossom is the emblem ure lire' limit. of this City. -The-walla t of Ornca Psoyrne ,, 1. II8DA.
Repaired of'' romance..' In Florida, it indicates grove within a reasonable distance all bulldlna-'hereafter'' erected with! .
I ., bank account,'also., It is significant of' some line of,1 railroad or water the Bre limits ahull be of the following
; a stor LIGHTSEYOSTEOPATHIC'
thickness tor bulldlnB" of one DpWItT'T.
The distance :which ; "JTR) !
10 there that.'the' :'color of the,, ripe orange transportation. not less than, tw.lv. Incb.., for bullitnss :
that'of The it will ,be profitable to transport stories, the first not<
I is the same, as cold. of two story ,
., :M C,Pre CetoGRIFFIN'S. ., fruit by wagon'will depend'largely:. less than twelve Inches and the ..0-< PHYSICIAN' ,
't k ... ... 4'j , orange; thegrppefruit'andthe.leqtonbring upon"the'condition'ot the roads'- ondetorr'notJess' than twelve Inches l Residence Phone 274
millions of dollar,into Florida.To fort bulldlnsr three stories Oral
"Another determining factor in the 1nob...' Office Phone 98,
those In other sections who maybe story hot less than sixteen tb.
; '" r ;, ." ., 'Ii- considering going to Florida i>and. matter is the cost of the land. A second .storv ,not.less than twelve "Rooms' 3 and 4'4 .
.
) Inches and the third story not less than
; ,t growing some, of the fruits that;are grove of moderate-steed trees, heavily twelve.Inches; and all party-walls
,.HOWARD) : GARAGE 110 profltable;the talk millions, may loaded should produce a thousand, for the use of more than on. owni I .'. "'
in- boxes-; of oranges to the acre.', Allowing -. shall ,not ''be less than four Inobi .
but
: : : structve.be interesting! For' the not: benefit practically of such I fifty boxes; to the, load, this' thicker building than erected above one requirements hundred feet, .No I In DR, B.1;\,)p,;'('WIENENCA }
'
r ;Hanger awl}Patoter persons there are published below extracts would require twenty trips to the I length" ,, shall ba erected .In said Ore
from a paper on "The Citrus transportation station If I la :'grove limits unless provided ..withbrio! WETERINARIAN..

< .. '. Grove; Its Location and Cultivation" were located three 'miles ..way.from stone thicknessmentioned or concrete are In walls this' 'sedilon of the., STOCK "' 1114'1'1:0oR: ,8

JL Work Cm.ra t,.
I r Florida Agricultural .1: Experiment one manwith a-two-horse team six and the roof of every building--er.ct.dtlHlrelh.I..f..t..UJ..I... ; ., Than*-(67 J, 'it'. ,.

of having ujrfdwiiT"; SpTtgg"F1mm Station and State superintendentof dayr'tohaul .thtlf'"fruit.' "-U' located or. other Incombustible material to fc. : Fa-I tat 'OwjiNDotf'KAr: :51D :$'
g one-half that distance it would re-
Farmers Institutes. University approved by the City CounciL Provld II

; :otify me tbrousk the P.0.-'. of Florida Gainesville, Fla.; : quire only three or four' days,l"' Al- ed that It shall small be unlawful' not to erect to eX-orconstruct *< 'N. L, BRYAN'DEN1TT :;

''Clay soil is one' of, the best for lowing about 14 a day for this work a fifteen.addition'feetn the of '
CLEANING coed ten by rear
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44 : ,t. GHOWARDlpd: ; i citrus growing when'' it Is found in a the hauling of the' :fruit from the brick stores/with ,noncombumlble, l.i i : J{h

,. ; : PRESSING warm region. Less fertilizer is required more'distant grove would increase i terlal. ,
;
arm or corporation Squires
iiiiiiiiiml : "Any- person
iiiiiii thecost toabout. $8 per'acre'whichamount Building'New ,
ft
I -, and the trees'are productive this section.shall.
;; :violating 'upon convlctlon -
DYEING sees bearing' an', unusually fine quality of. must be (>charged as an an. I thereof b..Punl.h..d i a 1n. YorkAyenu; "I '"

'. ; if the soil is properly' handled. nual tax., From this' the (intendingpurchaser' of not less than :'J'w.ntY.flv., Dollar ST. .,CLOUD ,\Fr.olUD ...
fruit. :
3I++M++by REPAIRINGdear ; : can readilycalculate. how nor more than Five Hundred Dollars. ,
L. is' the,character, of ,
"'Loamlng.soil or by Imprisonment' for. not less than ,;
,"soil that is .most largely, employed much more', he can; afford to pay proportionately ten days nor more than sixty days,, oby U., J, W....SjMFSOND : .
for land in close':proxmtty both such 'nae, and Imprisonment.tfrrtl ." ) :
'eitrus rowing' and"with.best,, re ; {
clothes for .
ilRAYSTONE; : word ft my house and the railroad station. .. 'S. - Thai Beetle S4* .f the I,
to
will be OP lied for and re urDed.' suits. Elsewhere this soil might,. be ......reil OrHmmmrrm. .( *tke City .. NTIST; ,
,'." referred to as sandy :l loam. 'It 'con- !"Frost' Protection.-There are' no "r1t4W.re..N11.r1a....b.aa.s4.4: e ea.
y rat { Of -Florida that ,are entirely s rrael as fellv .t Upstairs
I tains a considerable admixture of clay : ; iDIJ[. llJu'ncJiq. \
..... nu" Satisfaction Guaranteed tree from occasional frosts; and In t No buildingexcept, of r the '
'!' ., lit 111. ,-...... .,.-- .._,...-....- .. and organic" .!matters with. a)large body some parts ,or, 'the state ":fretting' ,character as. specified. In .Section ,. 1t5 Omox: HOURS I', I'JJj'111'Telephone .. b It tat .,.;
aand.' of the General Ordinances of Clt r
8.60. .. of ( the : 6htp m.. '.t
;d,2.64 to pewpec1 day. ,- -" weather:" be., expected ,to 'occur l.J
I ia. native ham- may ; i Klsslmmee. Florida shall be meve No. 76 .JUDl ii-,'
'Iiammocka-.It :
1 our .. from* Its -presentlooailon. within the }
; $ by week'or month. during every' winter., There are .I ;
r. I Ii mocks' that the wild citrus groves oc .olated however 'that a'i lira limits of said City to any other loration. .N
: .. ..easer. sum. kdk thousands of few' places, .within said Are,limits. Neither "WIWiCAR30N; ;
In regions ,
tv.Tnimirut.'. i.i.niTi, '* l cur. some DRr ,
located that
T: ,,; J r-- ,from so favorably freezing. shall any building1 be moved ifrom any .,

|*" *,****. <'***_*tt**'1,11! ,f** *.* < ; ; ;.: J. trees these old have native been,groves transplanted to higher weather,is of'rare occurence., location location ,'Within putslde the the'nre-, fire-,'{imlts.limits..to unless any DENTIST'.A' ' ,

lands. In other place the hammockswere "Under' ordinary; circumstances said"bulldlnjr I* of the .character, at ---. '

tReal' :Estate: : Agency. o t_ cleaned up leaving the orange drop in temperature to 28 degrees anda specified In-Section 146 aforesaid. 'No ,Pffico over Cole's Jewelry'Store. '& '
per.on ar" corporation l.hall'84dt.
continuation of this for several hours
. seedlings to be budded over build, or generally Office Hours -8 '
upon improve -12. 15 1
4Wt I JDJ( DOZOfiEffif : .... '\......\..................\'.\\\.... ) to the .tandmgf eti... 'These wild will not freeze citrus fruits Ifr how or change any building within the City ',Office phone 168 ," ,, <
the drop lower say' to are limits' 'wltb material other than :
always found'tobe thetherhammock ever goes "
Residence
trees were ,
'f'Realty bought and sold. At about 26.or. 25 degrees, serious dam. as specified In Section s<8. ..for..I4An :,,23 {
arm or corporation vlolmt Gas
; 'Houses rented. lands arepregarddeddi as age is apt to result, especially if it is Inv)this p.r.on.Sectionshall, upon conviction administered for extraction of teeth'DR "f

I' 5 Titles ideal for citrus culture. The long continued. A drop in temperature thereof be punished by a One not less ,I. f $*
Taxes the ones"
':R'; I' .Ificd: for non-residents.paid and verp p.' great cost necessary to clear,up thoroughly' 'of 24 degrees ja' not likely to than Five Twenty-five Hundred. Dollars.-Dollars nor by more imprisonment thai- ., c.;' a 'PARKER: \

} : *' Real'Estate': '"J.:+ Fire; Life and Accident Insurance 1,t'; people from has; :: in making many use cases of 'them.deterred prove it seriously is of continued damaging duration.to trees. Thees unless for sixty not days less, than or by ten'both days such or morethan One a' :DENTIST < A..OIC.I #(,

and
:
condition will Imprisonment. '
: in thoroughly domant OVER O '
."Rolling Pine-The higher pinelands a ever that, It shall be lawful toSrec BOLA. PHARMACY
::4" ,Indemnity Bonds, more or less rolling upon pass through a.temperature of 18 ds- or construct small additions not to .exceed Office Hours 8:00
l J without the\ loss of much wood ten br fifteen> feet In the rear ot : to MjQO: Noon (
which long-leaf pine trees-are
l growing out brick .tor... with ,,1:00 to 60 P.'M' J.
:< '"": "'III"---.vnuo": : v. rule considerable amountof noncombustible. ma. :
": give us -some of the best citrus as a a teriat"leell.a ,.'
KISSIMMEE FLORIDAllBllLyGK lands we have in the State. These foliage is lost at that temperature. a. All Ordl........ .r ...re..f .
, ,it . lands are easily cleared and quickly Water and hammock protection of 0..1.. ....... !. fpmHlft. k..r..wl.t.. jg-j DERBYSHIRE. ,
.. ... .
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D.r'I
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is described been be ., brought into service for setting out groves as having 'I
'' 4. to' citrus trees. They are usually.ufflciently' found efficacious in many- localities tte'd.a: first and ''second time and *;t,:
.t DR...W HARPEROST'EOP.4TH drained naturally to | "Spring Cultivation.-In sections of passed by a unanimous vote, this and Special$ attention given to the

( ; %. : ) ; the citrus groves to grow permil off \ Florida 'where it becomes necessaryto day of SePt.H. et\i.3: ISlt R. treatment Children.of Women and ,''a?ii t|

i I I promptly and produce a lot..of fine bank trees to protect them against President or Council Pro. T.m. ;j' 4;;

: .' fruit.' They, are less desirable than .,JhSdanger of winter reeking, cultivation Attest J. n. GIi.IERT.Clerk ) Office over Citizens Bank. 't t t
should not be begun until .all of the City of Klsslmmee.. PHONE 184, ,
,SteCIALIST IN the hammocks, on account of require (Seal) 24-8mospd *
., Cl IRONiCDISEAE: :$ inca larger amount of fertilizer .to j J danger of frost'or freezing is ,past. Approved( this lard day of October .',
:. ,REAL ESTATE : Remove the heating or piles J" the trees to bearing. ] apparatus .
; ). ,....._.._.... ......... bring'Immediately deciding that 'of wood that may, have been placed N C BRYAN, r.A.VAKSAO aw ', 'w. ..CIA..D '
?\ COH3ULTATK E1C MATO'N upon Mayor of the city .of KIsalmmee/ .
"Flu
INSURANCE: -; one ;wishes to 'plant a grove he in the grove to protect it'-against 44.61.. VANSAGNEW''CRA 'ORD li.:
I:"; "" should select the best site that cane freezing then pull down the banks '
,, KISSIMMle:FLA, *\ '
it "\ iii cultivate." A.UIII."TnAToM'I BALM OKHKA1. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW & It
procured. A great many ques- and begin to .
t: rvE3OAYS., THURSDAYS,84 TUOA/ v$ KSTATK..BiL

'(CxaffiiHation of Titles af ..O"Cll.CENTRAL'HDTEi. of the virtue of an order 'Uiued' out 01ll0ll*t s 1-t-d4ClttpusWnttpa' dine ''f.Kisalmmee
County Judice'a Court. In and -
;' . , ,dition until it is ,wanted for'feeding.It for Osceola County. Florida..and to m. -Florida.( 4

; ; Sjpecalty.Corresoohdenca | .. :"HONIl 55'f\ 'o'RiiNOO"C.A.1, SAVING JAP1. CANE is not necessaryto coverthe''bed front directed door 1 of the l Court at public House sale ln.JCJsHmmeH at the. ... ,

: with' soil as in the case of a seed-bed. Osceola County, Florida, on H D. GEIGER!: : "...i
Solicited. I A good covering of trash; decayingcane Tuesday. >.,. .fcr 2Hth' 1BIX: .. ,
. ,. ., between the hours of legal sale on that
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WINTER FEED leaves, hay, 'or anything else ',
FOR lay the following dfscrlbcd real estate '
'" ,:' I Fruit .and Truck'.Land I available; will. be,sufficient isle' th"prop..rly' of Christian KAenelwll'Itl ATTORNEY-AT-LAW', ., 'l
Wehavo five and ten-acre tracts InLiberty' County and State, deceased.,tit .
'. J. W THOMPSON' ,Park,' the most desirable suburban ..:-- : ShOcking.Another' : "0" of Section. Office-State Bank Building 'f., ,I

t'r: property on the market,1 which McQuarrie. I method'is to put-the cut ''J8.T2ci,100'JHlock Township IS, South Range 87 Kissimmee,Florldi \

? we are offering for your consideration .(By C. K." ), cane in large, shocks- In the field ,as 'FJa.tl as shown-l>y.tha map of the
,:. .. at prices that are attractive. We 1 when making that ida Fruit and Truck Land Company a \
shocking sure
com F. KRIBBS ;
is conceded by the
FUN6RAIL'DIRETrOR' It :
generally on tile In the office of the Clerk of the G "
:1"'j$ /'(, will be pleased to show these tracts to the shocks are well tied towardsthe ; rt
'f..... .. stockmen of Florida that ;Japanesecane up Circuit Court of said described +
," ."! ( "',".!%",,,,"'>/ ,Vt' I.1f, 1i '1--.'". ', ,\'N'" prospective purchasers at any time.Do stands at the top of the list of top with either strong twine or as the West-half of ylhI"W.{ : ATTORNEr A* LAW: KlMIMMEE: :;' .
1 I halt of South-Bast
t' fail to this before be blown down in quarter of the
) not see property wire 80 aa not to li
{ Considerable loss how. '
; forage crops South..t quarter of **, Town..
; : 1 1 D BALMER section
,""..?; purchasing as it has the advantages I occurs every winter from faulty windy weather. When sever freezing .hlp 26. South Kast. Examination of Titles'; Speclly..' ;"
0' '( ,. 1, ,' '" I'n ( of being close in and on the very bet ever methods of the Japanese occurs however the outside of Will ba sold :nfh"r bidder. Notification,and payment of tax. of .
,,harvesting crop., "
Courthouse'$111tIHYW
,. 1'", Terms cash Information
(Opposite) : ;oa of sala. '
-N- :r; ," pared road in the county,convenientto : cane is subject, to .in jury' from these shocks is-much injpred, and. con- I J. H. HALLEY non-residenu.. Risen carafolattention. -

.r. the city school and churches. Five I frost but- not to such an extent,,ai siderable loss.ensues.' ;Administrator, of estate,,of. Christian "

), : .", ,w: ,n.O&IDA acre tracts $260 and $300. other sugar canes because it does not< : Kaenelv deceased_ :44-41 I
'( ,,84 U. H. M. BREAKER & CO. I' shoot the boot thatprotects the seed-. '

,:?,?. .,<-''!'* ."'-' "Lin, L___.._ j* bud,as it matures., In Ordinary cold MONEY REFUNDED) tn Court of County Judge State of 'ROBERT.G..JOHNSTON IL;:

,f'j8 :M otll DIe Bargain In a Home weather this boot or sheath Is ample Florida County of.Osceola.In ,
1 1i 1-$2 8plendid six-room house' protection but when a freeze occurs. t.
!! new just "
', ... .'' .. h..K" ,.,: _Inside ,city limits, tine deep well,.,lot it Is not, sufficient.1 ;The joints ''that .JVITH-A; SMILE' re-eat.t.; henry T.'HIanfOM.: ', ATTORNEY'AT LAW 1rEIEIIYEEE 1',
Moiioa Is
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all'whom
hereby giver ta II .
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tarn . uu
M celery mt
,1,1'i : contains two of (good area Immature when < cold weather ..
acres ground ,
-.- .IrrUatl**,. ----. onoRra. that AD fh Mh day of .u.rT. A. I)
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.P4K'1...... a district.U3pr :> new .barn,' wagon and buggy ..hed8and' stops the,crop's, growth are certain lelsil Hh.ll apply tea the Uoe nbl. U- F 4" hLoRm A "

'.. ; all under good new fence. Fine to.get frozen and ,become, sour and LEADING DRUG STORE 'WILL Cour& as.or Jaxlgo hi. miooewor of frobai"lu offle. for.,Judce'. peal of said d1. 0> "'(.
'
r .ri location 'for' small .truck" garden' ot unfit for, feeding. ,GIVE MONEY' foUL 1 barga> M Artmlatstrsluf. the slal ot Henry Iause..I r ;col Y>1' /,
: -... poultry ranch This is a fine proposition BACK 8 I T. '...< dM aMd: and th.tat tuesWisV Jnerida L. Il .'
Standing ,
Can
4 : lime I shall la tha said Court .F. .. -
u present mn Opalaeoosst.asAdminiUatoof
where will ,have the free- THERE EVER BE''A''' CASE "'
one ; i' "
}r e,, mild rid lA.t.sade.brortbeirsopmv.l ; <
""" : dom of the country, yet close enoughto In a winter, Japanese cane canbe M j Assmr 4 WARLOWATTORNETS '
safely left standing In the field tbe ; \VHERE DoDSON'S"LIVER -! : v W. R4a8. j
enjoy all .the of' the
7Gli. ;: advantages
: .M'. : I cut,or' grazed aa wanted. But Mwe. 4mlnllllralOr.1' CoDMSJcuJos.. 7
I city such: a* splendid high school,best 'TQNE FAILS. Titsd'Jul ':, A/Dlsli
,,
tl '
,,1111..1Notice' ''
i 1f.. ...R. "t markets, churches, eta Price 1500. I .cannot foretellthe future weather ; *?* *w r9'1 ,, -'. \?.

.c. -- ....ti8lMatsllaM. >Y qualit1. JJreaker' conditions; :must, prepare for, con" .-' .. .... ", Prsede.IsE eI.doai a iasd.." :AtMUdo.dlWr '
.....- . ;.:.! ,y4.tf ''I w1l,..:M., &;:::1;O;: '1 tingencies., Some.,. leave, the crop I of Administrator i tU mw'WsseRdsRg1+.."*.

ti. "'1'Jn) '";;. '.iF tj o, l'hr wrM1ModeruUD J. : te Date Hone, I standing in the, field' all ,the'.winter .Dodion's.Liver' Tone .ia '.a. mild c.rt aftU&unVJaAtat C; : :etagat.laidain 0-IGedL.I.......... '., :.'.. .i,. Ltee.taM. Gsim., .t"..[' 1 It,.'

...__. > and turn\the'' stockonlt."This'is;> i s' vegetable Liver,.Tonic which operatesso Oseeote County. \ U"tCllUUaTOlf Btsa,,,' ,yL], ;
I ,No. .4 4.- f8600.New, modern, I .wasteful method;becauM a large per.. successfully) In, case. of constipation re. astata of':r.Oliver. daeasMo1 ,. ....' 1" ( "'I>.."M ....
Ox-room cottage, bath lavatory; hot ccntag, of'.cane is brokcr4;down and torpid liver,or biliousness'' that KoHaa hereby jfrm. to all wbosi. It sate epnrn. -

and cold water,electric lights;: beautiful trampled under ;toot; ; >ao,l also at it has practically taken,the place of i I shall.that apphr-to. the r.tJo'.p the HanombU A D. rtl" ANDREYI'tOa *ON, ij;: t tATTOltNnufD'

expensive. mantels, nW"\! "\ furniture ,very recurrence', f frost th&datnnK calomel-the drug which I. so often I..adre a/ said Coart..as Judsaaf 0re: ,
dee rugs. House furnished complete,' }Tom sour sap is increased. dangerous.;, The lCissimmea'Drug Co. ''aaldlsebai' **..' admlalctrator ComnnxLOK'AT LAW. I
Jess aoS..r. l" > and .
that tb
V ready,for occupancy.,. ,Large lot : who sell Dodson's Liver Tone I !! < '"" l at 'C Practice '"y'"
; I r } heart I 'siorlc: tinder'. recommends Iroe I will pi uint my final aesesats as ad. Will in all Courts ,
:i 1! 1 ; 4 bY L47H feet, on-Which U $0 '',full( : Cover."VVher .. it as a reliever of constipation, tator of said. eatatai. and ask f"" their--'-" State'sad Federal ?* "
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1 IW *raM trees. ; Located'threq I plenty''x>< barn room Is avail- sour stomach biliousness and sluggish A. WiL1.IAN U. VA8'1'ZL Oftic tidjoming' .1 :
.Br
and' a''hdf Modu of tte.po,' t >Jflee( able, a good plan lsto; .!\It,the crop liver, surely and harmlessly, If a bottle Dat.l.lul.,line Brno,lath. Dt 1112" Adsisi.twbr.sl Citizens Bank I IIC." ../mw">i"
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on betMittfttl Verona stree,""n the T when*the first cold weather threatens should ever,fail to give satisfaction J 'o' : ,; L I

,.. E beet ,'........boThood."" Call/and I'J'I' and set the can standing against partitions -, theiUssimmee'Drug Co. will refund NOTICH TO CHEDITOR/, ' '. } ,
fy'1. u.'show,:you. this beautiful vhoma; 'in the barn made torthe'pur.pose the F tti.Ja* x1 a. .. .w.oTENKINS .... ;>..,;.
1 pries paid question i.; t..r. *f 'bo CC eati JadrW;; < '3'' J',
Terms on part "of_ .Jf ttlyil'td." ,\,.takeng .care- not,'to".hare 'too Th* price of ; with ver Tone --. .<...,.( Fieri*:*.,..' .-' VjT. ; sit
h M.tif', ', B. x..' a &: Ca., much, bulk one": place,, and al- is> 60 >ts.. per bottle. Be sure', you ,Is r*> Hatat..1"k .O....... CBty, '. WOODHAM 1 .9! i fc'.t 'j

hrri. ." ", ". I' Jo wing.,for"'enough ventilation. to .prevent get, Dodson's"Liver Ton and not .C-karlM.all c--Kraa.kllj.'n* tMMa4., prstrlbueel'a.d 4'T. ,. *. :.o/' *rV'lssimm.
*
1. .. 'Na',464.--It'Cettalel9'' is molding.! : '- some medicine pot 'up; in., imitation *ll 1-........ harvtmr fc Mtla*.'.r.pa. '''SURVEYORS, ;f"
' 'Off'to 1M an' Farmers with- tobacco urns find that is not backed nit by,a guarantee ....*. -*.*,.....**,. Rotate,,. ... .. '
Ice xupo.rat-j, of herebyoWOed K .. It'rMONEY'BRQKE '
the aettioDiuaed'' forpole-curing'to- that 'You..nd..llAh you. are -,' ,jq >
WiH1IIUIck meaejrand and may contain harmful drugs. n a1id' required to present any ::
"Mf ip'take hold ofvit,; : : bacco very.: useful,'and;report' excel + lalma 'and demands 'which you or !:>. ; .. ."

filly ail the good things we see and: Well lent''resurta 1 from 'the r method thus '; .lthr""""of off ou. may. have. against, the \ ;'
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WV. H. Farmer de- .
a,r* ,wUnn|; ,to-vpass,< them j along1" ,to using the barn//for";'summer" and, winter Sterilised Criminals.: reseed itate,'-late Oaoeola CountyFlorida.' .',

Wr.frtetMlB.Here's;;: a" sure: one-: : 'crops. The State of Washington will hereafter to. the 'ned administratrix.of-of : R; 'r'
"It is, desirable' to' cut the caner close said e.t.te. within. tw" >'oyears,from thedate' ,
.y, 18 .*crea'lattecl'.d.rcady.tor:; ; sterilize her habitual'criminals. '' '
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--1 I .... to fire and.ten acre tracts;, loca-',.to--the' ground as' poaelbiexaa'a 'long The Supreme court of that State has hereof.h.October? ,MUi* .'&\ A.4;, D. 1,11.H.M. .; ,New York SyndIcate- Fl" "c. : 'Ct e"aailmada

fbii. -, : ted Within 1U':mlle"I'of our pse.ehgesdepot I stubble is 'apt to 'be much Injured by; just' upheld the constitutionality of a .. fmBAKICrtKL ";-." rosary' artrle 1On1.. .1": "',

,.".". ihe"1i" ,. : 5 ,.on'1nd'' in' close'proximity to I frost,''.,'causing' a'poor. stand' next' season -,'. law providing for this 'latest venture .l-lt" ,c i.>UA' 'M.ltrBANKtaNl- Bxeeutora.HOTICK II }J;. _tfq, rTNO a ace A a .t.c.'{ \ i's :

*.. ,' ..." "' 'I the best hard road In'Osceola county;, :, .- of the eugenics i ;:faddists. i +a.ltwns.a.. !.

j,. -We'mp9"ottering.the.tract'in a* body I Some feeders take care of the crop. ; .r.. T0 CKBPITOHa.: .
_ : attractive ' '"No by erecting racks under a shed 1 .tv'j'j
at prices; fur- or -
c ," "S"CEO': :1L I: = ;
; (1.J ;'J the market, in small tracts.: ..See'usZ4tf 1 cane in; an upright position against Splfindld.'te m mires, 6 ,anI':6: J. r*>. Ktt. at O_l* C....,.. ': ,r H'
,H,' ,M., Breakers' CoFarnvfoi / these racks. 'This is a good method as years. old,'' well broke, kind and gen.. W.' H. ......- ..eeeaa.d. : ,;
v slsheiibo.ijiit'; 'I any if ear. is taken, to have all the tie also and double harness: Ta' all Crcdltana Lrarata**. Dlatrlk.iit..*
; wagon .
:.tl mm* all ......* b.v/as Claim ., tto. E S.
butts,touching the earthen floor, Enquire of Nelson Co.,.'John . ..- : ,J!4IMBE'R''
::01 'lie best for their cvstesiers -- ,;: ;, _Sale, ..1'Located 'I : : > Realty_, t..e * and aKSlast ,aald Kat*< .. .:
I IL, PaynV 54fNOTICE. You each of youara hereby v" I ',;
l .Loek=:lfOr,.UId ,1J:Labe1.' 1 ,on good road,' Aneqwrtermils / Windrowlng.. notlOed and reulredito I refent'any 1 ',. -Exe\; - ." .
.I\ from city: ,limits good Ayeroomtiled Another: method of preserving the ) claims: ndo demandswhich 'you,, .or I Ke. abW"it, er

, , ,' (:: '' house, 'large'.new, barn, thirty cropland to be recommended I either,, of ct.rJEdward against the.estate
one, is ...
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. "..,. ;:;;.,,,,;,.",, ,-r.--.r-. '..,....:, cres'land, twelve of which' is cuf- to lay the canes in windrows when the ft WI. ,, ceased,of late Osceola County.Franklin/d.,Florida. W. aitct.sClocks1: : ::

tivated,'' ixtr.young, orange!: andrapefruiti first,cold' weather threatens. The cut '. Kls.lmm*..,'FIa-'Oct.: IT.illi) to til*' undersigned. I yeare executors. of date d << :

." Bring th' :.habt:ito; .. 'treesseventyfive,peach canes are laid in a long bed as is done ;Notice t. hereby irlvn'that ,th.. tax I. estate.roof. within.f ,two; } ..from; (he< JeW 1ryEtc :'
books
'" t rees, some plum and pear trees/one; when keeping seed-cane, but cars must collection of Oxieola''on-.Nov.mber'ar"t.-County will open am for '.Dated TTiE\L.MFARMERt.1l1t.; ; : ;

1RDER'Sw' good family horse ,,one buggy; ,onewagon be exercised that the \ H : s si
l.TUJlO'd layers taUmanta.A
( : ) are prop- now to furnlih tax i ,14. KHIBBS Adfdalstratrix.' '
I rIIadr p. \ :, aTIRENBLA! : 6U>'O .'f'J
., two MU harness, fifty chicks eriy vJapped.t(the foliage: of one layer 41. of > par cent. will be allow Attorney. t1-U 'f
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f Y see what a pretty photograph',2 e ia, ten head cattle and all tools ness covering the canes of the 'preceding,,, ,.d on all taxes.' J>aid during the. month ROUND. FLOOR 1 '
of November. wrltlnir about ,taxes'alway. '
r IOU 'win Ret of ltrHo: .;Jjwn" nary.to-cultivate p1aee.A\ bargain one. ;.This bed can "b* made much furnish In csorlptlon of your .' ' " 'sICISSIMMEE'' 1

,f*. BV. to 4 p. m." '>. _',>rv'i" "',.j); I?,.at ft,600.'Write IM for Urnui. '.4 "ixJWtf \ thicker v than a bed for aeed-cane. and, (,property*,. .p.. .. >- ' FOR: RENT signs .for,.salt'".at. this, ': 'FLORIDA"j:

; '" L"IL*K.: Breaker &,,'C '1 I t will preserve the cane In *normal: con; >' !'1.>.Berra: 'offtc..1Q, cents each., ..
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;r, TIM. Sunday school-to virtually tbtaoduct ...: "; I,_' ,I .--....... RHy: :

of the. Nineteenth Century.Whfie . tiwlnlng school for ,

Robert Raiks began a "Sunday workaj*. HOW the monk II 18 lb. Granulated I _
school' in ItM), it waft only} a day teachers among us are -'iii for Sugar. $1.00
-. school taught on Sunday', and included their work. There arenow ........ lib California Prunes _Me II I .

no religious instruction. Yet that is tional and interdeno ltl.... ..... 2lba Calif. ..... Paaches.Xoc I.. OA . . . . .. . ..
the bail. of oar modern Sunday day school training schools. accessibleall ., .
rt d ; school. It was nut until the enrller over the \land, and teachers may :24Ib bag. .Pillsbury,Flour. __8 5c24tb tea, WB SELL: '>J>S
Thanks days of the Nineteenth Century that a with little pains and no edtt av.flthemselves { HAY l wBurr- S
Gold Dust .
Flour .
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.- real Sunday school was even formedin of these splendid opportunities. the, best ._ '.. ',!
all America. The first Baptist Sun- It becomes this duty of the .( ) --'; ,.,\..98c GRAIN HIDES

.He day school was organised. in Baltimore pastor to urge his teachers to prepare 3 can. .. .
SpediKy Diy in 1804. Other denomination themselves for-this great work. ..J.Beana..."' ....".;_; 9bc .! .: PERTILIZBBS FURS, jx
'rir began.abont the same time. It wall It has come to pass that the trAInedconsecrated ', ,
Soup.'r..26o'M 0 .
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uithrwla. cans Veribest .
Tbwsmsgivi is WOOL,
,not until 1882 that the first Nations teacher standing before !j'. SHINGLES. 0 '
Ml fir *sta t, MIll we are ...*- Sunday, school convention was organized a class of immortal souls,, has more :.8 cans Maine Style Sugae'!. ".' _,
,'and. not until. 1876 that ,this I influence, -and-is 'greater factor in ..Corn. *_.......*..i.iAlWjliei'1. ,' 'j. ''OsMTNGE' BOXES '. r (
tog special. arrangements Ie'proMr evolved into r the '"International Sunday the- salvation of e.yo ...,that,, ,ever ..1"1&n'B\i \' 'XarO, ,.BlsttP.r.l1aCoglpoaad,2 !..y AND *:,r ;
< school,, Conv.nUon"which. then I the preachert ", ," : : I. aAWGEWRAPS 0' t
w. pstfraw. with .| tiwseMoiirlMewMcli appointed the International LetisonCommittee. H Clay Trunbull in his superb It cakes :nna Toflet'9oap4fcMenens .4 ' ' ; 0 ALL
.? Now ''million of work "Teaching.andTeacher.; ".' .... .. 0 S '
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.Iw.* Sunday school workers use these International this illustration ,V TaUmm, ...' ,.:... .., ... CRATES- : 0 COUNTRY .

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IthANKsGM6. That shows ''something Evolution, thousand looms ply befr-,busy shuttles : -. : : PItOooca.t. ; \
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and Revolution" ..Sunday..-- : school' "attendance. ,'each )oom tended a single par '" ". tWhite' . ... . . . 00...... ........
son. ? One-.-wo ld'' think: :that In toM : SaltHsrUat Kent ..; .;...,.' ...: d ;
A BIG SUCCESS! Bat f there"hay alto been'an.Evelu.U.n : great; sweep of so great' a number ..J.-"
I and f Devolution- 'Te...... the individuality of the Single -, ,
: parson ,We sell 8eU and : &11
garden seeds of all .
We wiN '"* 'fei" : Within the of of would .be loet.I Yet each worker: is ..: kinds.Ci ; '
yetis us .
ytM memory some- : ,. ... _...,. .We s I '
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: laeLancaster's;; fl-... : t'Mad.TAYLOR'S.:: special to Alt ing out hunting and camping sari.-.>rmV ; { f
eh presentno Iitrature"'wsean..d save noted, and every moment of the time; ....,.. ; 'Vfeae delivery In city limits. Phone No. ,;
r the Bib!.. Some of; us/ r.m.mb.rvlvidly.how'fierc.iy tolls on the wok of each worker.. To . .. 12. i'iitlf.f.
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." ,. .. ,... "I the battle raffedM each loom the.'ate over throe thousand ....; t..... .." We are eaaaty agents.for good fertilisers. Ask us for drs Barr a.i:
pricas fertilisers. ,
::1 to' anything but the Bible fine, cotton.'thnada'r'forming thawarp , .., on "

RULL ,BASSMARKET ; was to be used jn,the Sunday,school. of,the muslin ana to each rack : I .- -- -_ - . __S- j t.. jI
It was' almost'1 as fiercely fought. as : of the:-growing web are supplied ;
was the j question> as' to whether a ninety-six threads of the filling from ( Old Stand) : ;; ,
Sunday: school, at. ail was*scriptural. .the flying shuttles., M one thread oftiler GING" ,
', We well remember-that* distressing..t. .( -warp or.filling Is:dropped,:or $!+a -" ; .Ih J' _: I > '. ....
.number of church set broken'or tangled the of
Iy large people i parraetnesa "I.A
I themselves stolidly'' against,.the; : in- the web I. destroyed.:'j',.If I)".asingle 'EVJ" :R 'UTI17KSI3AV._ EVENING A.TI
novation" of,the Sunday school ,movement thread breaks, the loom'' must be stopped ,------4 t ". rte\ 1 '
'. holding that it,was the 'work ,.and the break repaired with deft FII' EMEN'S HALL
Our;':word of satan.' But happily for./u.." progress skillful fingers. If the eye of the loom : , .yIIU
of.the Kingdom,.these days and tender''wander for but an instant; and "T'he.
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May wo be'psrmlHia to slat:, tla...' people have eaIed.The: first a' break occurs: no matter;how firm ." -- .
gest that good, portraits, are Sunday.school that thevwriter of thispaper and perfect all that may'.follow, all
Met happy ..... It. ,to r.*e-, 'ever attended was Prwtbyter-- must; be taken out, and the break repaired r
ti.. aM. f......' at ,....*...:< tan Sunday school.' That wa.. just ,justgwhere.itrtook; place; and Q: Baket '
lag aM ChristMss ,...... The sixty years ago* and i it.would. have all this time is lost,by the tenderwho I :5OUTHERNFLYSCREEN( CO. I Ian
geed aartralt carrieai I with K, been deemed* a desecration in ''that is'not' paid by: the hour" but by' the 'f ',. .
a wortl of good:thouebt.., It staid old Blue, Stocking Presbyterian amount of cloth'woven perfectly. "The "\' *.
is ....always welcome. and bi.hly -. church for any thing' but the Bible to web is carefully examined and the examiner .l DARLINGTON,;AVENUE: : lake care"' of1' 'your: needs In,'.any thing in the ,
: .. : have been used) .W..t..U on dne /.' sure to, detect any.,break, ,.atratHi line. ','
W ewM.'fti' wur.'you.thai,, seat;and read verse about, as best we and it is charged against the weave.* t M.b.( : 'y*represent The Higgins Screens, the recognizedSMttpNl /
we ere prepared to give you the' could .Th.... was no instruction as to account.' Is there not a lesson In.this aagopd' ; Metal Frame Screen on the market.

best.we>rfc in the latest approved. ...hat-w. read. After they reading, for the Sunday: school, teaoher. : : 'Waean also/ you with anything: In, Wood Iw;
and that your,early ...-; came recitation; and wewere' expected One moment II carelessness may martha : BEAD ?!***** een.. Pone or telegraph at our expense
.E aartraits. will J..ar..11 to repeat from memory all the ,,teachers work for that;;:\day :aced. Hv .. VMfejItf'"representative; will call with a complete line ,
e.Uan of careful altenttato scriptures'possible. The pupil that for that scholar./ Are ,not, the, re* 'PIES 'of .......: .: \ ,
".II(." '-tWIft - succeeded in memorizing the greatest" sponsiUlitiea- Of. the teacher,' tremendous r tf 1- Phone. II'J1' : . ,T. Hi: ELTON, Mgr. 829 St. James Bldg.
yea or write number of verMS.. was esteemed ,the. ? But along with those responsi. .. ,
a ,limo. far''a sitting? .best Sunday schoM scholar. bilities comes the blessedness i of the 'cUES; : j ,
Respectfully.WLDER'S ." ,When the'In Gonszerlel 'firtWas compensation Using/' .,.' popular .' t FIARJDA5S
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published, there. 'were questions image; how many'stsrsm be added .:. any iii.'i.; \. ,
i STUDIO and answers printed in the quarterlies. to the crown of the carefn],and.sue. .! -r.'I' ----
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These questions were read by: the osssftd Sunday school teacher.:- And .. i isawansaars.ss.wara ; '. ,' ,
teacher and the answers were read by hall not 'the great. O Overseersay'< ,-- ,. } is

the pupiL There was no study, and no such inthat, day for which all other I', ,;J,..H. .D,' Pr ..',
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teaching. Within the last, tf rty-ft.. days were'made:" Well done,' feoff .--- ,
\ years we have learned, tossy. thing* and faithful ,servant, thou heat lea*.
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SeId'iS\> \ about. teaehin ,.- faithful over a few things, I wfil msfct '

1.That" telling, Is' not tea la......' thee ruler over many; enter thou. into .teseesselt' 'ABSTRACTS

' ,w- teaching.2. That."hearing\ a recitation. : '\ .;,not' the.- ,Joy. of.thy Ird,"- -, .. ,7 '': : T

8. That entertaining ji.class is' hot New class of Gastsasra;.. .. of) '
teaching. Policemen raided a Now Toot. hairdressing 'DANCING. CLASSES. .
: ; \ . 4. That educating Is"not teaching.' 'shep" 'andcaBtsjrad : eight : '1IMw....".f .... ' i. ( OFT TL!
"' 4 6. That training is not women engaged in .for '
: teaching ,, playing pakar MRS.'J.; D., WoOaIallC&, ..' ,'1't .,,io'''it., . .
6. That
'' even, instructing i* not StY. saes t10es ,, 'I '
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''\\1. .:1 ist things has we been have Mawta learnM_ tike atttot vary ': JS28 J ."., i! '\ : ,."J' incts in Osceola County' '. '.". ,"

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teaching.Perhaps"-; .
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yrvtrt et V decree of
; ilia'greatest Revolution partition and -'sale rendered by the t..tssMOMB rmY' OPfra EACH [Ii'' Furnished> by f ,
that has;, been'' accomplished. in -the Judge of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Private instructions'!''If, d"-INd' at
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Catotofeand Judicial Circuit ot Florida. In and '
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Sunday 'work. at all? has. been for Occaola, County. and Iwned'out of ',special rate;: ".-
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the Evolution of the Teacher. said R. JOHNSTON
I Court In a cause' therein pending: G.
0I '.' 'Aforetime if was thought that"any wherein lAwrence IV JJarlovr, la ,complainant !1ii. ..: ;
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and- Isadora' A Heard
good person could be good' teacher., and 'r .
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"4 4Yitk John Q. Ileard. -her husbandare'r..* *
Some have gotten. no further than that spondenla; the Undersigned) ''Oommls- :: -- \ CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT l -S -
yet...-We had just:well conclude that e louvre' In-Chancerr- sell' to the ( : ; ; 1
cea t N anygood 'man* oaa mats a good hlfheet tobllc autlon and best at the bidder front for door e j
p re.Cher" ''; maka. the Honae In holmr' Prices of Abstract are Cad by Stitwttriat"< '!." 1
blunder ,oT . any gooa. s .DIE'A: ,r'Cal.(
woman co'" that is) Ing l the State of PbkIa' ,, : v'' ;
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/ %T ne.Ocala;: esp andLVMently steal th ., .. passible to make. of this precious. natal in tha way of useful you Want to Look at or buy the cheapest PT11I t Mnpi>ta..*.i.in town. .,.

/' *j heard'frow"bef or',' j,.' ,tai'ornamental Jewelry.Lsr . for the money, just drop around to thtl o.ceitJa JtrdWaNCpony. ..... t, .: t X l I,

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C. STANFORD: 'CJrlt.r.I! 1'. B P. 0. F

f- . > AIIUi'fj---.M aw.u4 ea.4a sit..p .... at .*. rat .* w... DWEIJ4NGB forFOK .
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::: '.r,BOARD--.i hare opeoetf Hy bona.o 1 1ths . for all oily eoavenienoea.Gasette .
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t4 : \' 'f 'FOKSALECABBAGB . .winter season, and MB ready. totak.s onVe.
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Men's. Ofitters : I: boar4en either transient or SALE-
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>; : ; ; toes plant,.1.,10000, ,, fft.L .I 1 U.M a _; rsitaa far rasnilar isdidlug H.BCet
; 'i) : : ..T,..IG; odbey, Waldo/, ; 4frp : baacdsn. Mrs a V. Bearden.
,r" Opposite.Court Heos*. .4l3FOR
I\ft, FOR" 3ALK-AA: '' ,.On*'' residence of" 1C ' FOR RENT-A n.edsra 11Iesta
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;;: NotiOnsandShoes ,No,, '01___-paatrt..;-.two bath, .,- with all etty'cont.niebae.r .
,,, \ 4 ?' 'hot and'cold water,' double'porches ':BAS::=;:At 'a:bar.ain;, 36-ninforced' WB. Harris, Oe sat.as.
/ : r il. .caeaenf-fMice' poU and :250
\ : .' ..-ery".near''iq JCan 'be',used a* .. "
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4 ) fence FOR RENT.Cash'orae.4ofgoowo
hotel or boarding" house on by;two cypress PJts.X.'R'JFarrell
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families.' Baildin is'i "Ask At Kissimmee Drug Oo; :: ,* ,"
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: ' :A ;.:Specialty of R ady-to Wear'Goods' '.. .Mrs Summers.aboutitb; price.;'. "t., IV limits.' -Apply t T,
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, !Ii FOB" SALK-ir) ,. acr w rf ;Wd'''iul.j&aplethe Graystone hotel:
,, :'t ; '- :- '" I. ... .:: '-' : FOR SALE+Set of.work harness per : \ ::dty,limtts. apUndtd 6-
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;;\ : ,<. ? ;:: : ; 7-H-r-- rsTfectly-ntw;;never'been;used{-Prier DMMFHlf 0MUsl99 4W. .Att J0O0orange TOB RNT->About l MTM of
,. ., Mrs. ,. 5 and a 5-roonx> Mss
,,; ;JI: > $14: W. H..Farmer'phone'' > lead, ,.but sout. 5-aores,
" : '': 'f l' :.. ,See"'tfsBefore Buying'E :' '\ : 201.1 ", ,_ .",;;.4a..n. which .is.Jower' Kromd,. very rich for troekfs ; nUsfawy !
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'; ": r: . FOR BALE-A: bathing: pavilion doing 'and farming: 'This property 'can
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iw I land for rent' tba bav.,
; good buaIDeuwitb.. boats ana be had at bargain and
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"" J. .. . \ l uneh...". I lAddres. .A E. ,Drought, :I ..favorable terms ,t pal ett.. We with them Nelson salty 4 r 1

.. ,! .Klwtnunee,Fla., . u', 45-4t I have many,oth.r JasUiMe propositions -. simmee,'Fla., "
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: 'FOR'SALE-$3500!: Will W 'Taluable .to- parties,' who are looking for FURNISHED ROOMS for ;
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J G STANFORD: ; | "' 'excellent. location Where for.sale at the Gacette '
4.'r'; ,., ; ; ,mee property'now paying in the about heart 14 of percent Klssim-I ,row, floe'citrus tnd.tabl.they can.. ,

on the. ,above amount.;! Enhancing 'aDd have advantages oc high school
.. , !Ii In Value every. 'day.- } .'M. Breaker .Bind good churches. j Kelson Realty
!Ii &>Co. '4. .', ',,8M, ( |Co4 Over_Citiiens' Seato Back Kisi .
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.., ..". l$. llltyl.. lt. 1$ I Il. I I 1$ I$1 '11/1131 .. FOR, SALE-; =Seventy-fl'"acres, high r'I i aimmee I .. , &..,, ''_ ,." -i'I dagnd. '"'IAN

..... class'' pine' land., Ten'dollars '
.. per FURNISHED, .ROOM8PlealtliR,
WANTED
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" I ., Adjoining land,Inferiornow; .. .. .sunshiny, .located in '
J MISCELLANEOUSWADE" orange
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t per .Mrs. E.A. RusNlC box 868.NICELYt. '' '
GANS7! : mile from railroad./ ''No WANTED At { c*
BAR 'agents. once;aft Incubator 90
1 S tIs'- ,, the tuner. Orlando._ 1 ',I. ". ',:;,' Box; 431.: Kissimmee,,Fla; 41-tf to. 260. eggs ;capacttfvmust; be in .FURNISHED tr srtts.: y
i 1 aood.condition'", .atalow cash excellent:"table board '. *
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': ;J d t tWiK Rei 8r' l'(State' FOR' ? MEET ire at Kissimmee Drug Co; and FOR SALE-.180 acre* of .jtleniiid. .price.- Box; 678. Kiselmmee. Wtf cook, at the ."TowanoV pas
JUIE' YOU.LOOKING THEM" we Will get a drink of the, best sods, land' within. 216 mile.',of 'tbe elty ,one-hatf,blocks w.et of < i'
'Tb.i 'IF SO .ASK J water made* 81-tf limits."'convenient 'to. another' rail ,WANTED-Dreallmaltln; to ,do at +r ,
'- :" .;; 'if attest growing city fn, H I way station and marl road.' Thi home.. Terms ''reasonable?; Mrs LOST=Piece V col y
;fib. South i.T By"'Judicioo* 'In- ,; MRS SUMMERS FOR, SALE-One 2-cylinder, 20-h. p. 'property'to ueedinl y. cheap good Emma Muscat..at Dr.*.'Thomason's. .charm attached. ..Bnlntt*1 Ued PJS
\ -' "v.stmentayour: coon.y'wUL: ., marine engine) weight, 2 6 lbs:: G. pine land and will bo disposed of residence. Phone': 186., 47-3t to Cole's Jewelry tor. ,
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; RtS ;. "( double In short; time Years '< :%ake '''View cottage,. SouthMClislmmee :, ,E.Mattocks, _. ,. . 43tf on' favorable' terms of' payment. FOR'lUINT'aiCU'\ ': U U
ai ) 17 : ; a < I Nelson RealtyrCo.'KluimmeeHa.mow.' lor'aa1e'.t/,: FOR HOME or office nose itiditt
;of successful tnvetmentii ; Penfield avenue.'.near Clyde ave FOR ,SALE-2- h. p. International ', : ..;.. _!ffica, 10.cents" aeh.'K-. : ;: .era,, a child ean pet tlrlsm'..., ,
,without dissatisfied t nue.- Clyde Avenue :! second" street Harvester! gasoline engine in good' ,
> a custom1i I FOR SALE--Good ten-room- ,house; S
; running 'order. Will sell at a sacriflce'if W. ANTE October number Smiths' and fisd .. ,
south.,, I suitable! eat'
Court : for
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:MBNWn AEfHESCEII or rooming
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taken once. 'Apply paiD..S..I.J'rtplett, Valley for 26e. Raab
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barns lot 66
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I + i < : '*. fcS A>rli.tof'exceq'; ,1. t' Gazette ,office. 37tf xlSO feet; from'depot. < ._ ; tutus Are. Jersey City N.J. ,
choice fencedgood
'i On&! bargains in'city ,and | J.'A \ flve-acre farm; 'f Two.:new cottages, city-water and \ ,'7 '
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well neat. little house. A good JOIN OUR CO-OPERATIVE COLO. ,
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'and.nburbsfreal.stste. lot '" ,
: sewerage'vacant; : on' .pared sale at the Guette office> ". '
"I; P ''' investment; for,',little money.A' NY located near Tampa on B. A. L. street, 66x150' feet.. Four acre ., ... .... "
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( "select'eltv' home of eight'mini; Railway., Member pet land at''; -a WE HAVE CLIENTS who i'-o_ ..... J.
: nft-o ; orange grove, 200 large, bearing want Flor j,
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Billon, + / ter .. modem location ideal. fraction of th. usual cost. Large / ,ids }
." .... 1 I- ,trees, 4 miles from town -Also 600 property. They want to deal .
number of allottmens taken, and ..
. "sIx-room furnished of fruit and land with "OWNERS ONLY." ir : J, : ;-.
10i Mn Street'r, j.A) cottage: orunfurnished. I town building. For lnfon acre track one to you. "' ,. .
JiolwonrIBS' A7ondaf > ; > ' ... , 1 new a- three -miles from town.: Call on or have property orott want to "sell let ,; '
tion address N! R. St. cloud ,
t a ; . ' "" - . .Some fcKrtrt:de.ira'bte s''lot*, close' in, $250* i ito Flu '" White;'",. ,40- pd address.* ;H,' N'Bratton,.Owner.41tf : ''Us people.put you. No in commiaaions connection:with SOUTH.these. MRsi., .. .E< :',:

-.. . Some"chotC41' Citrus ,Groves; the ORDER YOUR tree at. once from FOR. : 'SALE-;A, splendid' 2-tory '''ERN SALES'}SERVICE. ,'.':AlUmonte :fot'fiQe' '

'.aN" h.aa' :'. .r.* .. JlDM\! in the market.Mrs -,Griffing Bro.,',.W. H. Brokaw, sales.'Roan house with'porches and 14 rooms. Spring*, Fla., : 48-2tp ,has, )
sew men -eome '
4; 67 H feet of 147, Ex. nt
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No.:I, State Bank Build- by GOOD BOARD < f
room and be had (Jo t
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room can
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....a ='' .a .', : .'1IP- '.1 ''Jne. *. ' ."Ott cellent place for first das rooming of Ida M. Smith,'at. corner. ..of Brack ,___', 1
: and boarding hone Come, let ' '
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and Park Sia Ten
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I' ,, : : Swuwtrsf us show:yon this property: 'we ". .. ..
t A lifJKa' Mam' of,. i..t'7man i , ,liUry, , .Weather 'reports are, ''.ent' 'fr m ,will introduce you, to ,the; ,owner IT IS TIME to plant cabbage and lettnc ia". 'dtr, Baits r rt'.', r 4'

hi oM,,,hV,tIWI to... .wfSThVr;. .if eN'Nlfar.t ', Gibraltar to London daily. by. ,wlreleutelegr.ph.o 'with ,whom you ;can 'deal direct. ., Plants for Bale at Grayrtone j'"

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