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: December 6, 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: VID00571
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
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1","./",,'" .\ .. j1' mTIiEMSI' ,, their i ingress power.to cooperate in any way in..I Council orders Croats Taken i-hits the old of' the masters day to, which the classic Make works the! of I NOT GUILTY W

,';') : ( The Board after careful consideration audience -
{'' adopted the plan suggested by 1. While Houses Are Being Numbered all the cry old time with lauchter and last of
melodies
:':' ;: ': ATTEHO THE MEETING : Mr. Ward and employ dll sara. Jetikr tail to touch the most hard which hearted.neVer VERDICT THIM
ins and Woodham, of this city, to go ,. II ThfJ Columbian
Quartet i.
the road from Kluin to a quartet I
'.,1" over Whittier, via 8U Cloud and report nee to I MEETING. MONDAY NIGHT ftROUGHT( RESOLUTION'.FOR of finely' blended voices all the members I

:..:, the Board as soon aa peseible. ''' FOR, WORK;TO BE.DCNBT ONCE: : WEI DLER 5'nL artists in their line and I
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T' OFWNTtl'l . ;" The Board' will meet in . .. r '' : ': : 1 :render SAVAGE CATTLE
., Wennwl' NYl6ppsl'i I Sion.on January.:20thjat "..whichtim. '- WILL,.. DO ENUMERATING. '....good music in an artistic man-
10'n. -" 'I'r. : : .. 4V 1 nerr .fJ1e' greatest solo' voice in the
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it I is hoped that the engineers'" report .. co, . J T. world; if 'out of
willbe r'e.dy'ao" 1Iaat.: ........ eon \ .( harmony with ;r.the
.. A*,> a' *aoting'of Council :' ' the to the' "- other;: three would be ruinous JURY ACQUITS W. H. SAl
'i TALK OVER 'paOrvlPk'.oW' or be made:of the work neeeaaarr and '' ''''' ') property ; pity for riser Organisation to any'
jsiv ,"" eveniag vssolution wan "unanimous purposes.'; with. the' understanding of this nature., .
WAYS ': N'ri. 'lhflAH9' ';IrOR- ., :, "the'tuQd." ""req: uirec4'r.,' \ ". r, I J ly pnased-I to"take;; this"**n$v-"';of,, the. that the .city make the improvement., Hard work hall* crowned their efforts AFTER SHORT DELI
J wtth'euccess'and
-'f i RWato.' :: 'I.city.-: ?' _. Me. ,jThurman now '......* 'the city. to thus the'quartet in TION OVER EVIDEN
.. ..GOOD' ,HOADS,;,IN- <:T. IIE,' I Mr'Shup.lime'; at tbt'GaMtti"OtySoy ,;' I n theMttu* ottM": Gaaettetof: >lat plDs)sidewalkson: 'that; street a* itftertt 'lrreet W ch.'denotes everywhere with a Clad hand PRESENTED "
week it '
that thf work popularity
was saggestei to the
't ,f' .. railroad and would add
t tcQii %. to,"'which yeaterday.for';aiae morntof. 'tos. .a an poto.... ;' be dose ''at thi*: time.while the house ", .It... the avpearanc* of the city,' ''Their'programs have, : the special
of th oity;were being'IIUmlleled.eu .,..:.V I : 91st .1.. JbAattar before merit of variety'seldom heard by
I'f,, 'I f;" have aeeit,this ......, Fov.r I appeared may "Not guilty," was the
., ", I ;war very prompt, in'taking and requested that .ome quartet'consietingof'vocal quartets,
- .. ...... pound!' : Thla1 potato. wan. probe aloes duets the jury in the case of the
action,end the fesclntion paned Won* mad to care''for.:the, dam- and solos: instrumental
.I" !,
Mr. II.
-- pIeatedin Mw, prinawn< fates W. Savage, Thursday.Most .
. 1.n' day .venin..prcridea.for' work ,,'uaing.'vlolin; flute ,and
ft'. bE1.ri KupTaay* (It was Tittle,Uravr' than; the to ; to. sewer; "The. OacoolaCo. piano of the '
'. ;.. > .d ba' pushed -' .. instructed in'the violin-flute duets violin 'solos piano present week'
; 9 arltttiatOlirtg .. vThe'rin" started frow itaad ; n5imm.dlatslt yt "' .to : was no consumed the
an .
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.. and trying ,
ff< flute case
solos
M" , piano
'tike duets
.
fospp \ ,..the' 1 be ', .win and' ,delay.- : tie matter. : i't. '" v, created much
. :.ot. potato! n rr )lr.. R,. R. ,Weldler ; Thty ar. now J.- interest in thi3Argument
last 1nItetaeret continued, Tit t,jnjt dug ; : who:fatto haa ii .;theaaerk'oflCouncil. ,was orderedBtetemenUand' featuring ,C.fDeEL'L in .
I'ffrowTtVi this
.. P ; contract to,number the' house large Sie': doubledeck l case wi .
; . .. in,the top Nee send out : ; chimeR .
from the few day '
ground a, 80 Thursday and the
rmsWlyd < morning
'nvMwed the .ituItaance "' city" made a proposition\' to make theenumep.tion' to property owner for'work on aide* marlmbaphone,' and;other- novelty in.
Shupe also!}.tI.-np.h'U' to the in the
.Mr. jury afters.
*.she gave tot $1 00 andthe walks 'which have been completed, atrument thaatyC,: please. ..
ation end.diucuu.d / ol proposihiorf.was .
.. .... ,daaheenawhtfh. ; produced,]'elxteep ; ; The, following. verdict was brought in i segil!
It' a' bis..oph.foa',that!'the; .th.tt" well ; &eCJted.'and instruction Warren,Waymann asked Council to paragraph; is' one of few
; ff'ia : hours
developed.tuberfy-: later.
for. \ : .make som.: +: hundred ,printed about the: age a A
arrived for bonding the county giveiyv at'Weidlerte'begimrworkat! ''otller arrangement ''for !;. quartet
not .1 < ..;. - the defense W. J. Sear
'. " :and were ]
: peak
'. for ite ll
brick//toad" because''a.Wod issue'of lOnpff.' 'f i1 :*'tff S th.;p nto'psuper ,Cad ,MeC&y.whoWU'.plaeM
l aufficient; I be ,
that' ,:would ,f.oover. *our,:. necessities : namesv raoiaence address. business addreM -. ?. city/, ,The Cl.rk''was inatruoU entertained?! '**. away delighted Jones in the assisted
beyond 'our ' ,-: telophon4 ,number occupation d' to communicate :with the County with'tb two hours torm of laughter prosecution. .I"
;
would .be ti;u.x.; nUrely-J
'.present: ; resource, .iHe complimented "t ll9/ A'fLQS: and ,Hex, :jrf.r.ever "habitant' of'.the Commissioners and have 'Me 1.y'.ent and :tea.-charl.,8ehultllr' razll', Ruilty"With the in the return of of a verdict H. }
W.
the' Board and thevRoad jrupeHntend-, lj city; both'.White>ad. colored.' ', to the Poor farm about Jan.': 1,; .. Jn 1' ;Ho emanagersy. 1 1'IL charged with case of 4.
'ant; o* the good' work done during the -' .J r.H.fW., '..Thurman?of 't'j'Gray.{' TheN:was very. little busines.Bbe-: afternoon larceny oattlj,
with the limited 'funds avaUr' atone; ,.appeared before t.Council. andasked for thL-'Council: 'Tuesday'', and ''thesoMion C1 1 day a trial of uterest
summer Ji Vt ..GOLDBN3 REATEDs..NENt'INTERHd'1Y1I ; .1 'that the make 'IL LYCEUM to the stock men of.,,
,able .and'mentioned the'fectthet'the city, improvetnenU ,was-very.; short ;.All! member -, T.V' .
county to close.was
came
'to assessed valuation of 'propnty'hi.the :' : HURCiWOItKiN on'Thuma.n..treet.whic"i.' : .*-were present';.except Council--' a
: ':"' "$8t76,978 ppon DURING a. the:thoroughfare,'.running'''alongsidethe hian'C,, Wt-:;Dann.* ,Mr..., Dann'aaid .he .%fRYUCC Circuit tried at the spring ter

-.,which ZH&T' mTKrtHj8uVand : ; CITY, . !i railroad',at tmrrear of the Gray went,,up',butbeing'I late 'the'-session. ;,. SSfLDR convicted Court.and sentenced 1911, when tin' Saf tf
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; 20': rame for : ,, :STAYiIERE: ,. stone. >hotel. Mr..; .;Thurman.. :,dona. ted.- had, already.edjoumedL, ---' the penitentiary. His

"County 'lvyt yie1dl ,rbelong, $78,519.bt8 1'tq';.the of ..': 't. ,. I- .. ", .1..d''I. - -." _' . !. ;;:'LAJitoNT"::rcoLE'S'iL19CTUHl1: appealed to the Supremewrit

'road.Which;fund.-bnly.E,055.88" '.*," , ? : ; After two,weeks <;.successful: "revival' '' : ,The ','W, itesi; Paid 'Debt" .-" 4 I ;PjLKASEf v A1'J kSCIATty? the Supreme of error Court and secured rer a

'Twenty year'SIX" per'cent..bonda'to'the : services: :the meetings Will come: to a "" I < ;tWD1RNCICaM to the Circuit Court for

t amount of $600,000 would ,require. close', eVetiing' ;' at" the,,'Baptist' :'3.--- ; : :""--1 more indictments of a aqa
:
;$ p,000 per.yeat for Intere.t..nd the; church. : k With .BouniifVtiand><. !, are pending against .the
"1 'elnklng..tuDd-reqhs.Nd Rev. GohdehJias peen'deliveelndina'leresting p *C 4. " "The 4Mt'' OC .... which
.. fjive per .cent {.. -i" \ : a entertainMentsotf were continued till.
: ' *w law $26,000 per year, making f65l. ,- sermons daily toappreeiative I',4 tile Christian. : re course In the case of Ogory ,_i

::000 per?,annunw.-or 15 will 'on our in the ehurchwork here that M.... ,
valuation..Even Jhougn interest -" d.Mraanln :4MKl the Ed Moore
total assessed : : of and>>1
... \the peoplo-might vote for .th6P.cm( *, will: .result jn/muchft-ood,, :; *: t ,TRADE ANDTHEIRrGUESTS' WAS' !A D4 LaMotite Cote was. very lecture. pleasing guilty to breaking and -. _
.
-,-which is uncertain;.' and 'the bonde {lst:: Sundayevening Rey.t; Coldenhad v GREAT\SOCIAL: SUCCESS..t.t. . ,to anem>...lative.audience. The case of th* State" ...?:i?

\ '.told which.I.-extremely..unllk .,an the largest audience ever, known .-'., & '' : -.-. . : ..: -. .:. ;.. Dr.'CoM gave Jecture on'tile Cliff Wood, breaking and eni
F+ ,
"" .'. ...nM of church( work' in thia + r.limey ' '01. .. .
.5-mill In' taxe. in ":\> 'Dwellen.alld the Prehistaric continued.
; : ; '
t' .hv ;res.s'of Therefore. It ..ould"to th.pl.tpry $ / *wd9 p: paid i the:Blues I+ .; of Trade. .,! who/ motored over from that ofthe Seotbweat People
/, which Tnatructive. Today there i in trial
excessive. was on
'b ( -
b! ..*.mthat\w..hould"droP"t.h." *|U**> ed aa ,aMre*tlE"ebUreh'i'R1icr! JiotfindFroorfuln .rv rthVwhite apron and whitcips. fair'A"ciLU$. ; 'J*!*!*,Carter attorney for a*. well as entertaining very; Dr. Lewis BaSil, charged with
Utejilnatling I band.of Whites of the the,: :: 4y.o1'Tampa, and '
o of bond iu for bigh-cost road :erly : Cole i* yery'tluent speaker and has hogs.STII1. ,,,
-tion next best at. the.windows ". . Board of'iTrade, joyously: -disked out Mr.-C.t Bnia1t/. a.penad ....1'' .t' "
do the ; 'pta
for'tl* present and tbe'Bluea. feast last' ....also nent.Moft'Lakeland'-o ofInt appearance, which added
.f our roads* in the beat po*- Rev.'A.J. Holt is'ai"fl = to a'aumptuou* much' ratto, the discourse.
J' thlng-Hput,'.ibl. condition ,with the. material at the ,results of'this' 01 meetland'i.vyryegrat4ndlm' Friday' evening at the Firemen'* ball.' e :made onvevery;, 'tntereating''re: ', Jt,, was de.rl that Dr. Cole COMING .r.rI
our imjndiate j : (eve Golden //Headed by 'bOmOlt, efltcjont. host, has' made trough. '
:hand'and, ,reach.by means'withlq. '. for hi*.efcrts,while here/ 1 ,1 Dr..Wbut.'captain of ,WUtM..they, r.'Roystet in l hi ie pleasing 'way.'ex-. .subject, .a .the .stereoptioSh study of slides. Us
i; (ti 'andwe endeavored to forge%- ,,defeat-by pressed of the.invitation ; ,
:* ,. x : tomorrow;:\ .appreciation Interspersedand'in the lecture added I KISSIkWEETOENQUIRIES
offered for nthe.Board'.which much
,
Mr. Ward a plan , bed perIceJl be;:hold and the th..worth1'I..p.ptaID.. DolMI'n';et',the to be a guest at such an occasion interest. to,the.entertainment.

"deration by' meetings will come.;to ,a.'close:tiSunhday : *,.. and the '. .borate ,.banquet and his pleasure in the enjoymentof '.The attendance .was
d:thought; pf etical.'and, /economical 'evening, ., served to' the large nulJbell"of..BIu.. ; .,the feast spread beforehim..- He aod* the ladle* in charge of satisfactory the Clana-,
.1'' and thai.1J!: bit' rtn 'Op.ration ,'KeY.. ,Heft' -mall en.lIR4'e.1 I I l' and.thsln'gwetsbr' ught. to' .'..to.sthe'1 '. ee4 Boatel of Trade well
quickly,viii. : ., e Board eetpiol. '- ...nd.flvs meetinttin the afvtrnaon; oird 1Jt..TJwde mMrsb eM,..... eoprae. are pisaaed.

-:a., JIMdiOat.ae o'..... "' :".;'M' : 1e4' :fee. t _1A. -"I tkr e
f'o' .. , ... VV: i =I =. 1M ... i B t
? '" ...,; .. "' rd t ": '15sder jlhdslse ... make tMrfQarantee
w '
; necesaary to CAPT. i. ML ,GA
'" t" 4t,wa* annonnoad. that the Blue* were, Matt'.eIf. reporting! teethe. Boardamotmt. COMMiTTEQN; the victor>.*; The1 1'riday.lliatat"! affair. aura. In nta'. uafcal l J. fol'Cllble..1' and now the ladies desirous city of BUSY THBBS p
;.oaf ftll 'neaseary< toput.' the, j resent . We*' the ."paing 'of % '*'" on ,the. wldreMed 1W o *te, brfaginf oat selling are tickets CARE orIII '
r read :above tandlng ;swater.at ailtaaaa ...... I tihmg nit ret.1.. growth many more aa pos-
'' rtain.. at, ,'what 'I' &be. db1.'fths] *fcS "*/ .**.".. ssme
to. *
-also : t __
::. l ; i .. of. city. their rffort.
:
.
.iJ V
If\\ ,: .***,!- eless e4' .
,,;-: any ", costof : .(*... strive pMBMMwl hy: W. next attraction in thla
coursefut
dUcfaag 1.
' .w at ,. &, Hanfi.; andV bftrtTo'BryM, andtfce
;I. ; .,.... tile mid taller.... .. F io' refreshments' were' to come to KUahnmee: wiH be the GeliumbianV !
? *. _.toitl.... l:: prepared, by Quartet
,
.
..., .. ... .. lynagatb llssuAbNei. .. .. '_ t.:9: ,: .BY Trtis; ': .'- through .the agito- Lincoln' .care/. .,' : \ ' .- Tuesday December' ' Gardner a* a.l
,. .. I'
H, .day. Stanford., TRADE: 'is .'MAKING'",. PRO: '' 'and'',,effort* ot, the" 'Board'of; ;A' ,v.ry'pleasing, feautrewas the 117th. '_ reau, with power or ,
uto ,the,; next; a t-eeta' '. r is beitdae.
man
Kissimniee
emative-eloctuto' Trade i in'cleaning-.up' the city knd music furnished by: the' J
tsrebe: requested .to introduce and.. C RESS,.'IN,,-INVE8TIGATION ,j jTlie making ittoday: one of the healthiest: band, undertth''\'dlrectlOD': ,of .,J., ,I). QUflNGONTHI: J asr. :'
have;enacted' a ,peclaract': ', }>tborl. i in the State. 'His remark .were; to woodbecki !' "J\;;; : : Capt.'Gardner
ing .this County; ; to .Jncrea its)',$levy'for' ., f tho.poi'nt.and'showed that ,the Board Judge .C.rter.tho' .'attorneyforthe : )r. '" lug trains and ain
road purpoMato; t much thereof an !to.y be, found neee Board 'of .Trade'-make>aeelectionof city. :'" /'' Urged ,that ;the' Board of Trade /do '" Sv V ' dayhele i kept lion
aary instead;of 6 mills which I**** *' a aite for anew poetofffce building Ingofamodel E" Donegan :'of'', the alt they' could, to' increase the* boils _ !"" *

presentrlimitthatr J ;,th. Board .'-- for Klasiiw*..*, .r :.tt1't they'are Blue*..In/'his characteriatic. .way, and : ness of the. Coaat:Line from this sec. VERY PLEASA'T'LlTrLIj: AFFAIR giving infermationn '
eraase' the. road force, to'. o1TUllOlaCl i' invaetsga'ItteeKpteted with, many-:,'smUo. told hoW' way it tioD, and' that effort be made to have of the country +
WITH
with tM improved ftnandahlO1II tIoa'' asd tq Ija mlady to i..was for the. HIM*. te'vrln 'the conty the Railroad aod. Commerce Commissions I AN ENJOYABLE < Almost every day pt.;

of rood..funds, ,and particalarlJ'; to over the White* in the recent'noaH. step, reducing. rate*, but en the DINNER ,01* f ABOUND. calves Utters from $1
hevTon* on two ,mw' detailedwhsd that.wHl . '..... thIIt wit other hand. the ,waU ahpuW!>> be made. "&!>"J..'," rAn country asking for tpe reu
to p, over the roads; fre- be made for the nl +as wart nSetand4 :I to mate ma.frwift **imneot* .anddeUveriee : cottage or rooms that
, a light drag, to flll up the1iMtto new Cengree rally aaxt. jtbing .r ; eery 1 weten ? t*'ifce. ferelgn mirketa., He outing party composed of Mr. may find everything in

fbe..ppro.ehes to bridges > farot+pbl. *b be J m "'" JwSoe ...fM.. that.. the railroad WM .hauling. and MM. Walter Nelson, Mr. and i their arrival her*,

t WMl ,and s make .other,'
u.Itt jrepairs.'r The ssma"curse I maythebeb'=t some d.. '. m it.y "* WVM *k* al wCtWlBsjy >i J.j MaiMe to .(** {good service, and inicnated iwayne Fisher, Ethel Cartab, Mary haa rendered the city ini $ ;
to other roads aaaai . '' ? jMw5p Dixon Ruth Butler, Mildred TurviUo, that often hi
t KM, followed a* of; !'4Lk W'I' ( that; .the road was.hampered i year *
drcumatances..would. permit,' This wife; a'.flno'addj Florence and Helen Canning, the. crosses "sir. fiette
;1 : pq jyCs Jr St r bV 0.from..the Railroad and InterState I oplQ,
faiiW our roS' 'would ,Bnally,,,be-in ;I' business section of the e ; : of" . i Commerce Commissions.COUJMMAN I Messrs. Clyde Nelson. Guy and Georm in man."
Gardner, Walter
.
Canning, Batten
nod condition 'all over the government always erect .t. " : .." ;..", b... . .. J u ,.. . Cole, Joe Butler and William, WaUn-. tiptt hla
\ without increasing! the bur- b\dUM w l V : afl
;c..41n taintiolt to a noticeable ex- need of :city for n...., T son, chartered" the HUHard launch at the disposal "
'.
,., v.- # ',; QUARTET "Margaret, last Sunday and made city in at'tMMSt0''
"Stkatl'JI.' Neon said that "* .bad The rapid ......... b1 ilea 'the trip down Lake Kissimmee, land and will takeHaviBubeen v.t i a
ti. j .. .'nI" COQ Turkey Hammock where they
,4 v t tr the purpose the ( . HOUSELABT DfCfM8fR 17 enjoyed ,
to u
on the road e eeseearythis .... a three-course dinner, whichwas
,; .Jr. V I quickly dispensed .with. TheI bb
Mi. Ward had pushed.Postua.ter \IIMW. aenriee* art
but duet ----- ---
tho1'o\lids be could j porting an increase 'r'e11' 26/& MfeJ I party arrived home at 7 p. m.iMPROVEMENTSj'tN he i* never batter

Ite;,'di.,t..h'. 1' ........ I cent jince taM cleat of the tiptyear %*a .. V TVKSDAY" WITH INTEREST- SECOND OF THE CHRISTIAN CULTURE wemss.rawr' ........... ho I* htutflntotin

... ...ar 11p .1 f last spring ' 1KB PROGRAM-ENJOYED COURSE TO. BE A f or n1'' V ,,a',
G
i fl- '
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: I .
\ BY ALL THE GUESTS MUSICAL NUMBER.Continuing p

,, ." ',_'_. .cttll..i... I}NEW RWUl WWTt) i iI it -- I : --ma-snrsrArnJIIY: :

:. ,
r j 1 House the very" interesting entertainments eiM ,
opening of the Chapter
I -
: f..or' EXPKTEO ANY DAY Tuesday by the Christian Culture t4
for the winter on
season
I' ,t evening event much appreciat course for this city win be the appearance I NEARING END OF YEAR SHOWS
wen an
for 'improved ,
of the Columbian Quartet the
at ,
;' ; -
,, \! .t' that if >ffiXMWOamount ...d.ebbs informal" xeosption which HEALTHY INCREASE IN
Sahool Auditorium De-
Tuesday,
;: PETITION HANDS ... 3 Jr and Mrs. 8. on
..eII might boirhap HAS BEEN IN ... M. Witless cember '
of .. BANKS
too LOCAL
out
,
H. Bullock brought
tu artd. that a* hosteejea,
900,000. then use OF POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT a dattgMnd crowd of new comers to This is the second of the series, and yRct ;
if teiak .ware too expenolv* SEVERAL- the .... it helpful judging from press comments will
MONTHS very .
-snstterial. R* spoke of the j FOR Kissimmee local banks report'
YwS aiumb.r of people who have room '' to m Cto.oJ, in sHasimmee.. to the prove list.a very. entertaining number on 4 i healthy increase. in the banking buss {frLAN ) WAWTStUGGGR M '
IN citJ'
.here and of the manytiOm inset ness of the city. The semi-anattal 1
.esfltIl e * in the near future, stand- The petition for an additional. ruralbitebsofinm A .. w.. ea The Columbian Quartet and Con statements will be issued December

:" e br' our ,wonderful eland ; ) the Klimmeo postoffiee Th CWptoX iKSSHa .... admipodteThe cert company is composed of Alva .C.; HI, and according to information given
e ether advanto****, as- hand of th* Department fulleet, and a real "at .home" feeling Furham.! violin, virtuoso! first bass the Valley! Gazette the banking

_..deord: 8)) that the people of St at Washington for some time prevailed among the many coltnrea I and. whistler; Chas. J. Myers, flute business has been keeping pace. with The Lakeland Board of T.YIi
in and it expected the Anal approvingof of the e..1 soloist and second tenor; B. F. WiI- the '
heartily of the
.' nfty' were guest c. I rapid growth city.
(UII', T. not believe in doing thing by
r liam, first tenor, humorist and
piano
bet- will be made at time. This '
with the movement for the route any Theo Informal gathering will is pleasing to learn, a* the
I oeI
and the membership ha
gM
AlII-=: ,,' time has I accompanist. These celebrated musicians -
r to the there
... Up present cur regularly every' Tuesday evening healthy condition of the banks reflects 600. At
over meeting
received their education and a
been no inspector from the depart- which welcome is extended the condition of the buai-
aid that be to a prosperous
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..... .11Jre ...., ..iJeI)i to see our but everything b in approve readinessfor to all. 1 for the Blind, at Columbus O. N. V. I Movement of the fruit of Osce- the bidiw manager of M
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t $I. aDdeJI the preeent and there ia doubt the Anal At the Miss tueaday the comic been touring. the Central States forth r Holworthy i is a most
x 'M coaae .. .. will be no mad* this month and approval duet by 'EUt. and Mia pact eighteen year.Dsrleg Capt. F. F. Hunter earn* up to the BMP and knows just what Mhtmsatd
1(4 made Ma Grave. with Mia Kellog aa ae this period oftime they devoted fourteen ; city Monday from the Hunter demonstration could not poal6gr l "
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...: W 1Ir, baler nI pee.. (. was deMghtfal.DefttyeUre I. j year of their work under the farm, where he had been election. The ettl} ,
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,., ;I.. ,.. ' .., t. music Nvere, sang a i have contributed to the cause more I brought with him a sample, of the. he av.rshiscif
) ....... he tlt.ih'w Ear. B. H. ChrlsMan, d ,., .00 '..et was very than fifty thousand dollars. The relining -i fall crop of Irish potato**

., .iV';"." '" .' 4.(: '" '.,-- j bvrg. O., arrived in the cHty hut I foar year have been under I I on the farm, of which .ho .titer
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ii'i.' '.J ""! \, : ,:''" r yields'of vegetables; this section are grown, .and"the' high' 'hammock and pine land;, is that upon which o:' '*:r! ; }ll

<,;; .,,1''t." \'.?... the'magnificent Narcoossee' orange. and grapefruit groves are :planted and which net' nn"olly'ful1y $200 ;oo't :1'ir-,4,

+ .:':; t ,.. :;A! ::; per acre;to their',owners., These tracts are ,located at the' terminus of. !the Sugar .Belt Railway, .,.14. miles ':: ,.:

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\ ',' w. \:: from their lands, and which is named, Hotel Runnymede. Its.prices are exceedingly low, while its,comforts 'ere O ,' : :!Ii ;,

t' 1 f.t. "; ..,..'. ... and accommodations,are: equal to 'mD.ny.of, the best hotels in the larger cities. Among the' attractions ... .. !Ii ',,1,1ft

L' ,, }': 'eo here' offered the sportsman Is 'that,of the best,. hunting. and fishing,..as. well. .as. .boating on. the lakes. :: :!Ii: i if.

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MAKIN61f' dam'I.tIl. not only .be. recommendedbut ) (. Scarborough and Miss HortcAM the weather usually: is good. ? "I
ordered on the southern shore of Brack, both of Tampa. It was a very :Many: persons have urged Mr.WU-. .
Lake Okeechobee between! :.that. ;,'lake :GkOWI14i WORSTRHiHOP quiet affair,''though celebrated In the i. I SURE ion to sanction a postponement el the
4 sad Hiekpochee., .. obarctuA. number i iof_ personal lunagural>ceremonies without .1IJIIIIIIIs'r!
',The people of t this' section'wiU haveKte -": tfieliMla of,the'parties,were prevent j -. lug that this cannot be donean ___ '
f'f'r' .be ttaakftd f or'tf thjMe, wo :'WIL1lOPN' 9BHMONAT .by, aDd tile prayer meeting :GO V. 'Wn.80N. FAVORS'WAITING act of congress and the. :It !111'_ .,;,
__ ejksjMkMe sssBslt'. :- IM 4JsB eiMMMMtlsKtUMsU ...,... ... co re lrttsd to' wtoessgoem possible now to change .. :
4M8 OHMM,_ ___ .ATANNAii. ;.ftA,);so'' a-: .. ..... '...... lovely . i.. FOR FAVORABLE WEATHER' 0L Ille ceremony so far ae .. .,
to finder it,' if the entire board .of tiII- ....aWn 'and<< carried hrWsattendants 'FOit"i'NAtJGUEATUm.: oath a. concerned. ,The .,
......n In charge of this work makea Dec : : I" ; elect's statement.however,..
; & ,favorable' recommendation. While ..: W ;eY.' ""were ,Miss Bessie his sympathyv; : With,th. ...
1 1 i' ZS ry LABT..;WC, there'.will be no,'report of an official .. } Gill and Mr.' .Eaton'Mr.. Fielding and ration movement- and bas.wiU ,
-HAD nature made.for two-01' three weeks : .Atth.;, 'meeting1! ;of the 'SouthGeorgia Miss JacVtnsn.ij The r maids were,attired :President-elect WoodroW: Wilson .it gladly.,assent to a '
It;may.be said that, all three O fthe Conference of..the Methodist in white satin'gowns and 'ear-' willing 'to take the oath'of office as show ,features-.of. .>(the.'evest?:if an. ..
r , EACH! FORT MYERSLASTOF gentlemen are' favorable to the': recommendations church held last week in avannah, ; lied white,,and red carnation.':Miss president the! United'States with- agreement to- this end can".bereached ;; ., '
ti suggested ,above.- Ga. Bishop A. W.. Wilson; ,.,in thecourse Jessie Fraxee presided at the'organ I ;' _"HI ,. : .
'''rmUt'wxaK.? .. out ostentation March; *,' 1918, ddtbattbifonnl'aremonlals
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of his sermon;said: HowsrdrMsrt1n, aane ; ; : ', 'l ,''. ' ';;j l lber
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UNlTCD ;KFFORT, ',FOR ROADS:.. .ithU, style, "Love's ,Old Sweet ; be postponed '
.- . ' . :MRome,' 'in''ber .wont) days,' never Ughthewses.
wr : harbored. sash iiuadBUoas-of .viee 'as The ceremony-wait pronounced ;; tmtil:the last, Thursday .In
For. e.m..tr .?tag .isi.. .nodal JBfi Bey. Claude. W..Duke. .; .* L "" ,
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6&1hLI Mis. ideh thU sty but b .. K .,.the world'soirdtes .. i**** ...... friends ill .... !'"
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A in Amerioa do:.s.-,1 Stationery. Book and Art :
.. to build roads of material. that 4vletk QnI t ,
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will stand the action of the .. .. :
_ and the great and growing traffic: of and abominable.. And the world today : Ti' l'';" iOI.mi.a; ;
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this county the bettor it will be for 9sit.with more aver theories : -a.andk city frqH for I .. Weettay Sliest 3 <.< /;' 1: ? : { rI
the tax-payers and the aooner will the and his' than beton. green
W. B. Wlnkler, Col.H. fertile All thtMi till.nga are distressingly true. law. The matter was strongly g ,i '' '
i ]B. Heitman, idle vast in area this of county be land C! now pled lying and But the honored Blebop never intend but the Jury composed of eighteen of ,1 w. Gaaraatoe Mail OreW>..CHi. BilfcfvMw.Novelties . s

and N. G. Stout, cultivated by thrifty..psaple.When . ed to convey the idea that along with DeSoto county's prominent cltlHUt '
+' a short auto ride out I a all these prevailing evils, there was afte a thorough Investigation, failed ia Leather, Silver, Brass and Parisian. Ivory; ......*, .
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i drive W McGregor bou- not also'a corresponding advance in to see where the law had been violated
Fort Myers and down upkeep on highways wlU be reduced virtue, honor and loyalty to Christ, and refused to put the county and'de- Dell, Gift leeks, Cat ;,Glace, Fi.. Statioa:". Easraviat, Ke k.:
Whau thay Wore taken to the to a minimum, and our greatly: Increased and a very decided general movement jCendants to any further, trouble and Send for ** A ',
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Bradford, whore they were population, and the increased toward the betterment of: mankind. expense in taking 'the matter to the : :, '" :
I a* good entertainment as their acreage of improved land. will take There is no mistaking> the, fact.{,that Circuit Court. ??,' ' ,,fa .., '" 'r-: .
ahoTt in the wonld the tax rate out of the lists of bur- A'test case"of:the. nature i.beinlf is ..
eta' city perl.tt there: haa been greater'I advance in :: ame;:
this afternoon for dens and put it where every man will pure Christianity within ,:too last madein, Orange: County,. where __
ul for be able to meet hie taxes with easeromptnea quarter;.of.a century thanrtherhadbeen S.' J, Sligh :IB .being prosecuted. and --
and he will then in.a thousand years before;the who:has taken his case,up to the Sn-_
>ride the stranger to our the Court the outcome 'of which is I
beginning of nineteenth'century. preme. ;
of keeping thefact, being awaited with interest from both errlHSt :
There is less religion among.the arls. i t
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'4 r' eparee 1 today' than there has 'ever' 1 Referring to the t-t;new, court house, .,. .
p- been before. r Every: other;,religion the grand'jurY"i says in ,their presentments '- Have s State wide reputation for the qusntityR :
the earth is on the wane;: save only r / "
6 6G ', which is Increasing-WithY ,"The'new court hottfe.that is now of d wok done. Expert Mechanics sent out. O OM',
". ;and' cosmopolitan. !. near completion bears every evidence smithing and Repairing. I Beams. Acetylene)
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.' regular 40 subscribers: must'not think that His' MARKET( .REMAINS STRONG oranges and tangerines. I w ., !.t1;
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price, as 000 boxes of citrus fruit in and near Heavy' FruitAA 4
mailed to them ,complimentary by our Board ,CAR SHIPMENTS GOING, FOR* of which 45,000 boxes are : .
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tem; SIIOWS IMPROVEMENT!\ ines. The 'crop is much larger' and I I wl '
acquainting with the advantages 6
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and opportunities this town and county offer IN THE QUALITY. year white as fly In/has years not previous.been so, bad Heavy this i THERE is no, 'qufsst:..;, .

., the homeseeker. The will bo'mailed shipments will be made from '
paper a y>> -t- tlon fo ..the holiday trade. sec-. I, ion;,but that,on,oxif ,
few weeks to any whose name is given i T,*
person Throughout the State reports-from I :
Planting : Florida soils the fertile .
Crop at Ruskin. .
us,'and if they should desire to receive it regularly .. shippers indicate an Increasing: movement Ru.kin-It la estimated that they',
of All citrus fruits and '
,thereafter, we'would be glad to put truck. The demands of the Northern garden growers will put in*bout 25 acres,.ofcabbage ;' izer applied 'has, a decided ,t;; ', '
market, remains ..teady'with , in this vicinity. Some are r' '

them on our' subscription. list, at- the regular. healthy tendency, increase'to> better each priceB.week. -; and 'a a I cabbage-acreage hesitating as they will hear be large talk that in Flor the I influence; on ,the; '

rates r The quality of"most all fruit shipped not ida this bear year,this but other reports do quality J! pf the fruit. ,
out statement. Theyare
remain good, showing also some I:
Improvement with the advance of th.eea.on. holding back and if they'do not
plant cabbage a larger acreage'. of.
In the following paragraphs'' Irish potatoes,,.nil be planted. f 1 r. Bradley's Fertilizers i

be found the gist of the reports from Vegetables Going Forward.
all sections of the State in which will 1.. lona..Vegetables arcs beginning to ,
be found much to interest the fruit j.move from Lee county Some fine i
; Some' grower' and shipper 'as well. as the eggplant "and otmatoes l
Holiday Bargains peppers are
stand the head of list
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truck farmer ,of the' State. being .shipped and the quality of toj j as crop,.,

+ We' have' several beautiful loti' in .Eureka Addition with a : matoes the first: shipments much' improvementover For good ,I makers., No other' goods have ,endured ','rand

pretty,view of,the town and lake, htese lots are 63'feet wide and Jacksonville.-;;-Citrua fruit-of splendid tomatoes and peppers the trackers are I "
.quality is now moving in large.: nice return.' .will I! maintained d their so long ]
137% ,feeti, deep, excellent! high '''ground with some shade trees. quantities from Florida and the mar-1 be receiving heavier next week and Shipments quality will supremacy ,

These lots are growing more valuable and will be worth' several ket has a decided upward tendency. be much Improved as ,needed rains Write us'today' for booklet mailed',,free ,
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\ times the preeent'prlc.. before very'lpng. Prices the present week have been has ,put the crops in better shape jI
We 'still have several five-acre tracti of land in Pinedale, the good and orders ate coming in freely. ,
Packing houses are working full force. Crops Wauchula.. ,
logical for suburban homes be The American Agricultural Co.
place beautiful can purchesed on The total carlot movement out of Wauchula.-The vegetable ship Chemical ,,, Yr

terms. of \half cash, balance on time. Price $50 to $75 per acre. j the State last week approximated j': ping season is on and;morn than 500 ,racUo..w. Sala .....--.. '
We have near'the,, City limits a five-acre tract of land with good 973 cars as compared with 750( cars |1 packages moved this week. Rains : '
artesian well,and four-room houee, land partly In cultivation, I the previous week. The total carlot]1 last week helped the'crop and beans, P.. O. Box 216. Jacksonville! Florid
Price i movement of this week has been t) lettuce and squash Is being shipped at l.a
r $1,000 one-third cash, balance terms to suit, the purchaser. .
about 3.853 cars. The transportation lively :rate.
We have a 20-acre farm owned by a Kansas man about two compantea are giving good service

.miles from the city limits with 'a 'four-room house, stables, epleni i and no trouble has been experienced Uses Truck in Orange Groves. ,
did artesian well, 'acres in cultivation, balance In pasture. Price so far in getting sufficient cars Cocoanut Grove.-The Cocoanut
$1,250 on favorable terms of payment., Heavy 'shipments are now moving on Grove.Citrus Growers' Associationhas EalabUhecl: I860 Rit r..nM 4 Your Basks
40 of fruit this
shipped cars season
the Charlotte' Harbor division of the
40 acres of land, three miles from the city limits of Kissimmee, Atlantic Coast Line railroad as far ,' practically{ all grapefruit.; Most 'J. S. ,STANTON & CO. 'r,, .
about one and one-half acres of bearing orange trees, splendid 8- south as Fort Myers and on the Sea; of the fruit has been sold 1'. o. b. and I < WHOLESALE PRODUCE **
.room house, good stables, excellent land, half or more In cultivationWe board Air Line railroad from the the past two weeks has brought:! good . MEMPHIS.* TENN.'wi 4
prices the -is excellent; ooss..manr .
Manatee section. The Florida East as quality :
'show farm and introduce the '
want to this
jto owner.
you you I skinned .. Vegetables."INOlleroO .
J Coast railroad is moving'large quantities smooth and well colored. The Or.r.a Gr..pef'ru11:
It is fine
a proposition.
from the East Coast ae far as Association is loading fruit with a I
Twenty acres of land, two miles from town, fine shade about Homestead and heavy of motor truck 24 feet long and weighIng ,
the premises, five-room house, small bearing grove in a splendid I' grapefruit are being shipments '- 4,700 pounds. It is own. I and' ,. '
fruit This be at and favorable kets. operated by F. Alton Gibbs who claims I, .
district) can bought a bargain on '
that)he can load a car of fruit from I ooo' 'oasts .oo..... +l..
SOOMOMV
nevieso
terms of payment. Prices f. o. b. took a little jump u.
four miles 'away '' little '
last week, as there is a firmer tone a grove 'in a ANHONORABLK RBCORD fOn OV.R 2O Y.AR. 't.
We have 40 acres of landiabout one mile from railway station, over three hours. Florid growers '
., school and church, five acres of grove, 4-room house, 2 porches, in pack almost of grapefruit every market.i..selling) The at $2.60 best are.beginning to realize tlio worth of '. G. G. MoCLINTOCK 4' ",

good, stables and about half the land in cultivation. This prop- per box and best oranges-at $2, but motor truck. in handling fruit and say Wholesale Produce' Commission Merchant,
it is much than mule and
erty can be purchased for $3,500 on most favorable terms of pay plenty of fruit went forward of medium ? or'o Cheaper'.'lr means of transportavtio '315. NotthFreiit 8t..",.' PkllatelpMajP.. v
ment. A tine place to extend the grove and do farming and truck- I II grades and pack at $1.60 to $2 wagoi>r' *- . o.--sPBCIALTIB5-: O.:: '
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for 'grapefruit and $1.25 to $1.60 for ALL CITRUS FRUIT SOUTHERN VEGETABLESPINEAPPLES
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oranges. Growers who, have sold Lakeland Men ..IIJk Or anitalion.. LESS 0
IN CAR: LOTS O. J
We have fine large groves, stock farms, city property and vat their crop on the trees have received Lakeland.-The Farmers' club here'' '
cant lots at bargain prices': Correspondence solicited. from 65c to $1 per box on the trees, is in favor of forming a'union for the .\ When you start shipping Citrus t mail me' the Dill of lading ..;*
as they believe that the demand for purpos of growing and marketing I will advance you money on It. Write for shipping stencil if you bare
good fruit and the increasing demand ' potatoes. 'This crop has been i very .none..' References:' All Commercial Agencies and. .the trade in general;: ,ail
,NELSON REALTY COMPANY, for the holiday trade warrant successful in this section and ,the Yours' resp.cttuliy41.13.pd ilcCUNTOCK' Yf.
them Jn doing so. Some of the largest believe that G.-0. "
:Over Citizens Bank KISSIMMEE FLA.I growers by co-operation>
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' .. q' shippers did not start to move barrel' .
r! their. fruit until last week in carlots. ; ],
The prospects;for the growers'arebright. crop' to"abetter-advantage. |< .
The large markets are.taking j .r
kiadly to good fruit and the demand 1. .
Celery'Manatee.The at Manatee.. '.
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f' '1" r" "1' ._ r and prices are good.The smallest '
in this'section

I :! "Let" Plbof'SKow,. :' the 'Proof1 I future large markets quantities shipments are have calling during.been for December.In booked fruit and for. this season.will be Although a little celery late the crop Impressionseems than usual ...: 'RoUNDxBiJ"TAMPA :

to prevail that the willbe'much'less : .
,.-- .. .-. --.'- -. speaking of the citrus fruit situ acreage .. I S131.6QPanamaJamaicaCul '
than\last such
ation this week, Chase &; Co. said: season 'Tq
We are State ,Representetives for the j i. not the case, however. Acreage : ,.,
"The demand for Florida oranges will be about the same., The excessive .
; BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES and grapefruit last week. was heavy rains damaged the i seed beds to '
and market was strong
a large extent and it was feared that :
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f All Kinds, .0 Stationary and Marine "As Florida grapefruit has been growers would not be able to secure :
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J r ';, selling at very reasonable prices, the,,/'necesurF plants, but ,in 'almost, .
tfJI't and : creating a very heavy and wide con- case they have been able to ae, '
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--*- -- " ," demand, and the fruit is of ,
sumptive
cure. the plants ,desired ,except, in"a. j .
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Engines. Boilers. Hoisting Engines excellent quality, we look for continued - few instances.* A ,large acreage haa.1] VIA-- ,
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T f -.dtitYA wrea K .. > 4, good ,market conditions. The already been transplanted and plants', t j..i1 .
>**,= and Line of demand for Florida grapefruit will almost half and this month ,
Carry a peneral Supplies are grown
t ; undoubtedly be vbeavy*during ind P. & :o. s. s. (to.
for, ,all Purpose, ' pecember,, -, ,very" are' .crop.will. 'i.finis,' the i' '_transplanting of the 1 AC, L. Ire' R. .i1 . ,..

"As the 'Florldlt": of
I. fine New Packing. House C mpleted..r ,: ' .V* I" ": "
eating.and.
I THE H. E.. PLOOF'MACHINE CO. good quality giving
i' ', : the Best satisfaction, the'demand DeLand. Judge, J. A., ,Stewart of .' " ':t' lli"

_....--2G.oCEA.Ns'tREE'L.1ACKSONVILL: >:;.riarw;,.4!Io .t, .,., Is continuing to increase rapidly. the Stewart Packing Co.. reports that .Tbe ele.ant n.w-B.0 '' '.. ,")Dyana.IIDe" will. .all. from Itoy, wwi
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'si. Every 'indication polnts-to' a nIT their packinghouse is ready for ibusiness. i ; other Tuesday 4qrl".'January. bHiarr and March..1>..0. $ awl end-Longdistance II T'r'n!i Phone! :"l." .*. f**.' ... 'i t"o....t'0'" ....".. ._as pd st. .... heavy','demand for FI a'oranges'to ..) The firm's old packing. every January,7tlw>,stppplnar two days at,Colon, Co'Z-.1 i two'daya. _Klnas.Jamaica. & l. r -
r I be shipped during IfSMlrst two weeks. house was destroyed' by fire .,and at r urt.*n 4&Y":- trip from Tampa Jtate.ta-7,; ,
of December.. ''The- market -will\, undoubtedly days< The new .house has been I} at'sea .. .
. , ago. : .eludes meals and berth both an4lia. 'PQrt. .; Stop-overs allowed,. T. v,
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t ) rule' very" strong during thoroughly'equipped..'with' the -, ,Tlok.t_ llmlt, .d. fo.Aprtt,1st,. ,111. .....a* L..
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that period, and we advise the trade packing house-machinery )whlcb haa I
vwr 0 to'place' their-orders now for/Florida been t ;:'installed by 'J. .Campbell, of , For;furtb.tInfortsattoq'atll'esor. : .wrlto.a': __ : 'T ?* **,
I+M ear .N Lo g Distance' oranges; December shipment;''subject Jacksonville. The M. Cogg-tns Co,f P. <1.. Utl'lrDEB" o. P.'A,, "O.Ku scLAl.D. kL7.. rry n -
dVe sin g 'Phone 296 Fo.confirmation of prices when' name ietppttingup'fruit- here.,'; The crop Po'*. 1,). _. _. C..,J.ek..avllle." '-* V 'A: Cfc ,H.,... ;'ra.mp.vf;
:, ed.- exC41llent, .showlng good color and!i .. "
"We Are making: regular shipments Is'everything which .could, ,be 'de-1 ;
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is saying 'the right, thing bf'.Florida'orange, ,., grapefruit and sired.. 11111111....' .. ,. ," . ..I.111111,. .. .,11111111111111" .. " M 111fiRifiRRfix < -

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We i make a soeefalty of planning' preparing Now for them ; Big Game

literature and",conducting campaigns forLand .
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t ADVERTISERS' : I' 'Kissimmee ,is,,known, to '.IMC, then center' of :hunting in: ;i j'-.' *.,,1 t :I


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.,." . -, DEPARTMENT' WA'NTS'POSTMASTERS' IMPORTANT MEETING '"T ,'J ". ,", :If, iii',



BREAKER & CO. AID AT STATE'UNIVERSITY ;

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ABSTRACTS :

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jt*$ T<*ANNOUNCE,,T THEIR FRIENDS that they have moved .

r a % b fX f"*?* **!";*tret l"to time new W'ariat SWlcIi_,. We will TO SECURE PARCELS POST DATA DECEMBER. 17TH TO 19TH' OF TITLEit
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.,__ ".. pleased to h ve.you visit us in our new quarters. ,- I
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. BLANKS MAILED, FROM THIS LIVE STOCK QUESTIONS WILL ,
"f.- WE ARE,LISTING BARGAINS EVERY DAY. to ""
'OFFICE BRING IN VERY
BE, DISCUSSED '-- GOVERN' .
''v' :. 4 Consult. our'list, and'should you fail to find ,therein the .1 kind"f FEW REPLIES AS ,TO ..MENT'REPUESENTATJVESWJLL'' .',,'" ; '" '" .d!

/' property JOB require, call on or write'a* and we will take pleasure I 'I>PROBABLE,, NEEDS.: ..: '.ALSO. SPEAK. L. nds in Osceok CountyFurnished ; : l
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fi' Uk 1 looking up| such,property' at you. desire..YOU ,
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1 1 '. :CANNOT. ''MAKE A MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY FL01RIDA. In order that adequate facilities From Mr. John, M. Scott Animal '
11 may be provided for the handling of Industrialist of y the University of ,
y LAND.WELL LOCATED.. I parcel post business efficiently find Florida comes the following letter in R. G. JOHNSTON : ,
''I scale the out- the live t
( When set' property'adnrti.ed gn a country-wide at regard to forthcoming stock
you any by us'you can rest at- net, January 1, Postmaster General meeting to be held at that institution:
.n, lured,that it U not Low Flat Land I, subject to overflow. We do not I Hitchcock has asked every postmaster The program for the Live Stock CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT I

t 'q list,that kind .f property neither do offer it for sale. in the United States to obtain meeting to Jt>e held at the Universityof __. I
)) : we I I'l from the business public informationas Florida on December 17, 18 and I

.-rn' .......... _ _. ., to the probable extent to which 19th though not complete, I II in con Prices of Abstracts are Governed by Statutes of f
," '" : the new system will be used. dition to assure allwho attend that
; ORANGE GROVES. Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew received they will hear the best program on --- the State of Florida I
circulars which set forth in detail many lines pf animal industry th'at
tL-i 7 w. '*T. some of the best Orange Grovel'in Osceola County listed with the provisions of the parcel post has ever been! presented to a Florida ,
?'. law, the rates of postage and an ex- audience. .
i1f.,*'.**,'1wiJ OB*'t weary-five acre grove, one fifteen acre trove, one twelve statement concerning the delivery Dairying in Florida will l>e discussed II ,

:}&jft',asst' V9f*> *ne tea acre grove; two three acre groves and one, two acre grape of parcel post matter. These by well known authorities, and by
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blanks were mailed out to various men with long practical experiencewho
-, ,j,fruit grovel: All of.theie first class whith be
> at
arer groves, ; can purchased business houses in this county with can treat the subject from a -

',?i\\.reasoaaUe! prices and on easy term We will introduce you to the'owners with the idea'of obtaining the desired business standpoint. The different I I II I II I.I I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1+I I I I ICI I I I I -h1-t+
n ; :_ let deal direct information for the department, but breeds of dairy cattle suitable to 1
". .;' ,: you with. them. when seen by a representative of the Florida will be described, as well as
f ,. Gazette Tuesday Mr. Vans the feeds
Valley most useful and economicalfor
10.:, iKfll-An ,attractive, home i No.. -429-Iwge lot on which is located Agnew stated that very few had the State. The feeding of cattle
ll' .:i sle. Thi l. property is just o top !.'I one seven-room and one three'room made replies to the inquiries and is a very Important proposition, for [FERTILIZER[ [ IS SOLD ON ITS MERITS[
f/clty limit, on high ground. house. Large house is lighted that several very witty and amusing the financial profits usually depend on
'.a two-story and contains eight with electricity, has toilet and kitchen answers to the questions were re this/ item. Silo construction and. the
i Yall plastered and hard oil fin-I sink, small house also has sink and ceived. preparation and use of the silage will Distinctive Quality Counts For as Much in Fertilizer at Any
.wo porches, fine well and toilet. We will sell this property asa From the way the replies are coming receive considerable attention, and all Other Article. Efficient'Service Likewise Has Its Value.
t his house Is located on a five- I whole or separately! This property in at the postoffice at KisKimmeTr\ '\vfio wish to becoin familiar with this .
t ct, with beautiful view of the is well located will 10 cent.,
; j jind I pay per it is doubted whether the information method of preserving green feed
+ti lake. Land is adapted to cit- j, cm investment if, rented, Price of both secured will be of as much service to learn all the necessary facts. may FAVORITE FERTILIZERS |
fruits* and trucking: This prop- houses, $2,500. the department as was intended, as Perhaps the largest subject to be
,'can he had for $3,300 on very many of the business men state it is considered at the Convention is that
-434-Fine tract of 40
r' bl 'terms. Will introduce cus- short distance beyond city acres limits, just on impossible for them to tell to just of Tick Eradication in Florida. Cattle are made to give -result---not to sell at a low price. The differ ;
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and let them deal dif
owner make of
what extent they can use
ticks produce Texas tick fever
Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid or ence in the cost of a good Fertilizer over a cheap one will more
the service. However, the reports -
new which has caused during the past decade .
school churches and market.
i 8OA high will go in tomorow from all sections more losses of stock than all than be made up in your yield
"No
'' Terms
; Splendid new six-room Price $30 per acre. on part if
of the country and will be tabulated little detail always,
ne. just inside city limits fine deep desired.No. other diseases combined. The tick is Careful attention to every promptness
11. lot contain two acre of ground,' at Washington to guide the the greatest obstacle toward improve- and a high regard for your customers'wishes have helped to.
'' 473.-We have two eight-room postal department in providing as far ment and increase of cattle| in the .
t oalnew; barn; wagon and buggy for the make us and our famous. Fertilizers-the Favorite brands in such
convenience
heda, all under'arood new fence.! Fine I houses, suitable for rooming or board- as possible every South, and the destruction of this pest I.' demand.
iI n llbcation for email truCk; garden or ing purposes; they have electric lights installation of the service January 1. in the way other States are working, great
poultry ranch. This is fine water and sewer connections; locatedin I The entire supply of blanks have would be the basis for developing a .
f4, iosltion.where you will have a the prop-free- splendid resident section. Call on not been received at this office, but splendid'live stock industry in Flor'I"'I"'" INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY IJACKSONVILLE.
dom of,the country yet close enough | us and we will show them to you. The I are expected very soon. The new ida. At this meeting the | : .
1' to'" enjoy, all the advantages of the prices are reasonable, terms easy. stamps will be very attractive. Just the Florida State Board of Health and I I, Pt-OFJIOA
I now the Bureau of Engraving and the *U. S. Bureau of Animal Indus-I '
,'r city,such school best !
; [ as splendid high ,
"markets, churches etc. Price $1,500. I No. 381.-A 20-acre tract located on Printing is working overtime in the try will be present to describe plans )I : Agricultural Chemicals. Insecticides. Special Mixtures.
marl road, two miles from depot on manufacture-of parcel post stamps of I for beginning eradication of ticks, and > .
,el. r"r XNo",' 458.-Ten acres adjoining city St. Cloud road. Property has good various denominations. "The finest is hoped that every person inter- I I'I'it : J. M. LEE Agent.
Imit*, on the Orlando hard-road. Land' house and three-acre orange grove in series of postage stamps, engraving ested will be on hand to hear these > ,
I. [i* 'clea ad, fenced and ready for thetfTThe bearing. This grove will yield from and printing ever-issued by any government -I talks, and get personal advice from
l elevation I.i high, suitable 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each of the world. That is the the Government experts how to start IlISIIlSSliIISIIIultSIISlIluIIlIIISIIIIIIIlIIISIllI I
-. .'citrus fruits-and trucking. This' year. Sufficient land cleared and in expressed opinion, not only of Direc- this important work.
,'. ,e' al property will soon be available for'' cultivation to increase grove to twelveor tor Ralph, of the Bureau but of every Nearly) a day of the convention will .
,r'' dent, purposes, as the city is ex- fifteen acres, and at same time can engraver and printer and division be devoted to beef and pork produc- ---- -'
k'r Kndlng rapidly. A bargain at fl- be yielding any garden truck desired.If chief who has had to do with the issue tion. The hog industry is one of the
::3M, ? ..Otisr in search of property that will I I of parcel post postage stampsnow most important in the State and this -
,469.-Five' acres inside city bring results this fall, and at all times being made and distributed subject will b. fully treated by men I
,f fenced' plowed for I.tioa. |while extending new grove Investi- among the 60,000 or more postofficesof who are making money in the business -
Thi tract i Isrenear the' gate this. This property is convenient the United States, ready for Janu- including advice as to the different Seed Irish Potatoes
4 ; man'farm on ,high ground. $1- ,to town, has marled road on one side, 'I ary 1, when the law authorizing their breeds of hogs for Florida, and
I \/,0/ ikes. it. I one end. Price 4200. use for forwarding packages in bulkis the best and cheapest feeds for growin -
""..,.. ,. effective. One hundred milions of pork. Methods of preventing hog Choice Selected Stock
stamps probably will have been dis- cholera will also be described by ex-
I' :", '* KEEP YOUR ;EYE ON "PINE CREST." tributed at that time. pert veterinarians. The feeding and I
There are twelve different designsof management of beef cattle will have 4
4 *> Here's' ',,the opportunity to buy homesites in. the newest and best located stamps of as many different Valuesone attention including a strong lectureon \ Improved Rose No.
-- two three four five ten fifteen the best gracing and forage plantsfor
b.livIsion. .' ,' ,' twenty, twenty-five, fifty sev' Florida conditions.No RED BLISS TRIUMPH IRISH COBBLERS
,- e, "", PINE. CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette street .overlook> enty-five and one dollar-all printed owner of live stock or businessman

5 .the Gty'and Lake; and'!it }bound to become one of the best reside l' sub- stamps in red ink.printed There in one are two postage five due-ten opment interested can afford in agricultural to miss this devel-meet DIXIEWRITE

's' isions in Ki.lUDJDee.11'11' is where the birdssint'and not-where the frogs and twenty-fivecent. values in, green ing... The information offered' will be FOR PRICES

ik;, Lot are high and well drained.: This addition: : i i. planned for'people ink.The worth many dollars per day to those Let'Us Send You Our Booklets Entitled .' .
stamp at the line of perforation who use it properly. Every one attending "
appreciate high} elevation pure air and fine views,,,and want enough land are one inch by one and ono- the convention will have op-i, Irish Potatoes Florida Vegetables f!! ':,.

..rear home on at"a',moderate priced I We expect' -;'toT sell: all. "these, lots half inches in dimension All.but the ty during the week to visit ... -USEIDEAL . '' " ,\\tt tFERTILIZE1RS t
', L. \ postage due stamps .are ornamentedwith the various department of the University t : I
v M I .t ier.; Call early'and get your choice.. Prices range $70.00 to $100 per extensively delicate engravings ,' especially the experiment *'
_ easy term of payment. representative of the varied activitiesof station and the College of Agriculture. ,
/ u. the postal service or of the industries The University belongs to the ,
whose production will be bene- State and it is the duty and privil-
tr LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS. fitted by the privilege of the parcel lege of every citizen who helps support Best and CheapestWILSON
post. the Institution'with his taxes,' to
::1 Of course )every one desires a home dose to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga. The postoffice clerk Is the subjectof visit this1 school, inspect its work & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

,W.:have nice' :high lots near the lake which we are offering at prices the tiny engraving that ornaments I learn.its needs, and'aid in shaping its JACKSONVILLE FLA.
t .attractive. See these lots and them before the one-cent stamp. The clerk is policies and future development.
-, get our prices term on '
mail in the"many stock the farms
lira University
shown distributing on F :
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.decide on a location for 'a home. bags of a mail rack, illustrating the may be seen, and the' work of the Local Agent Waters & Carson Grocery,Co.,
4 ')' -, in in all big'postoffice*. Experiment Station explained and exhibited -
system vogue
,41.tWeh.n. : two, four, 'room No. 475.-Close in home. This ia On the two-cent stamp is, shown the The. regular class*,work of
icar' i located, on, nice high lot, a,nice little house of five room and ctty.letter carrier at'work., He i* at the College'of'' Agriculture and also

"d47% feet each.,within two bath with modem"conyenlencea., on the front door of a' city residence, the Special Short Course for farmer -', "rr "
comer lot 76x120: feet.. Within ,two waiting for response to hie ring to deliver will be ,ID 'session ,during .the week,
of paved'ttreet, in South Kl> block of House furnished -
Broadway. .
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the maiL< } and contact:with these students .., "
dies. One,of",these house is on complete;ready to move in and begin.. ..They railway n.1I' 'clerk i iii the sub- those of all department of the University t.',. '. ,"
eo ner,Jot: We .can.offer' .Ither of housekeeping, without theexpend ject of the three-cent stamp. .'_,On the .will be of great,value to any ,
ture of additional 'above the '
fin borne*at avery,, low.:price, andeasy't.rmL price which we offer money the property for. four-cent' stamp 1* shown the rural citizen.- There will be ample accommodations '
and in Gainesville and- at the R.S.FLOY.Droeer
letter carrier and his wagon
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; Price $2,200.0O.Including furniture.
-" '"'---' hone. ,The mail train is pictured on University Dining Hall for all delegates .
;, ;- P rr, 1 jv'V .. y ] the five-cent stmap.'A fine piece of and'large. ', atendanc. is, confidently -t' ,
_f SMALL engraving I I. the steamship and mail expected. ...
: ,- FARMS I .
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tender, th..aubject of ,the ,tn-cent
*.t47&.;.Nice, little, country home five' large rooms I.porch, ''several out- tamp.' Curing Meat. ,. .
iaWne of five acre land good new buildings,"such u grain houses, tool The automobile'service illustratesthe TOI'! ure" the flesh of hog allow, :
--roan' cottage barn and poultry and wagon shed,' tables, etc. One fifteen-cent stamp, showing the the' meat to '''become entirely cool .
M.' 'Thl* property i I. only half deep artesian well and one surface quick way of collecting .mail' ui the after cutting it up.velThen., rub into
outside,city limit,. on best hard well. This, land adjoin the finest; cities. An aeroplane carrying,mall i* each piece' one of ,,"
11 ,: 1 IB'the county. .pl.ndld'place orange grove in the country, growingon a forecast of what I* Certain to be a saltpetre. This'ap'plias to the average .,
1 < r try:'Prig 8800.i the same kind of land." All kind great'factor.in, future mail aervice. size piece cut'' after butchering Get'oar
\ ,, of'crop grow encouragingly on this Fruit'", Growing'' Represented. from 200 to 250 'pound hog Rub prices: ..,
-i j. a 77.:-0iose in small farm. This land and it Is place for The 'other stamps are devoted to illustrating the saltpetre evenly all over the flesh :
r property lies just Inside'cor- a home in' this section of the country. the big Industrie Manufacturing side, and especially 'the'ends' of the \ to Hirit, on high elevation over- There is a fine line of forest tree on ,.the title of the twentyfivecent joint.,- Next, rub 'the' meat with a ,;
:, 4T ae cttf mod lake contain the outside of'the fence, with a beau.. stamp, shows- 'a steel, plant mixture of equal part of ground allspice "
acre good land; all cleared and I tiftq. palm inside of the yard, also Dairying. I* the occupation exhibitedon ,and black pepper1, using a*. muchas *. !v ,which. : we male,a specialty .
t 1 Small box will, adhere to, it. For .'
good nee.' possibly
r some thrifty, maple, magnolias- the fifty-cent:(stamp Harvesting :
_' la wen located bouse.1 oak and everal,other, varieties of is the, ,agricultural scene on :theseventyfive two hog I usually. use one pound of
,rA ,money'maker" shad trees and ornamental shrub ; cent stamp., Fruit grow. each of th. ingredient I Now .place
sty that;secures It. and sub-divides 1 i bery and flower.- We want to Ins ing' the ornament' for the dollar the pieces;of meat, one ,y'bne'in'a' 'I

,;YnW'dt: )',iota, Price,f 1,000.00. trodnce. y&u to,the owner of this land tamp, 1*"another of the>engraving box,,,thoroughly covering, them' withsajt. . ,
..ncUet'you; buy direct You can buy the, of. the Be sure that all the ends of -- - -
Nor noteworthy for perfection. ,
1) 471. -A 20lacre home.. 'This it'at'a bargain' and 'on 'favorable miniature figures! the 1 joints are' carefully rubbed, with n x. '
epiendid property lies two mile north terns of ',payment., the Ingredient* and that each r 4/
':; from town,i I.is 'practically r, level:. rich . Each of the engraving I la crowded placed, in the' box 1* entirely, hidden ,.- f .
dark' :i gray,.soil with fine chocolate ., FARM FOR BALE.;, Into' the,,-:tiny"'space provided' on so by the',.alt. ,Place the box of meat'where 'f..
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,.......1. .16 acrev cleared. and in,cultivation Located on ,good road,.one-quarter small a piece of paper! as a postage twill not freeze" and In four ,Osceola I 'Lumber/ Co.Inc.-
t ,,'the remaining four acres mile from'city limits; good five-room tamp, leaving space.for"margin, and weeks it''will 'be i ready 'to take' out +. I
li fenced,",covered with' a good growth celled. house large new barn thirty engraved borders'The first'', ; designwas and smoke. I' have,cured meat this ; (
October. then
,of,pine ,timber with aome'scattering acres.of. land, twelve of ,which'ia'in approved in Since way for 20 year k and never lost a. ,
'y/oak:; abOut'1%' acre*' of nice young cultivation, sixty young orange. and all the stamp plates have been made piece.-B., 'Ida Grove, .la., :,'t1

', [',unthrifty, ,grove in bearingbesides a grapefruit trees 'le .Dty-11v. peach and Postoffice many Department'deliveries .'made' for circulation to the __1'__ PLANING( MILL AND NOVELTY' L ,
number' of fine persimmon trees and'
some trees "
plum pear one
Japanese : ,
the when the work of
among'\ postoffice given engraving
4-trees,' aom mulberries, good family none, one buggyone ;
The of a ,stamp'. issue is taken The printing follows
blaekberrie two kind ,of harness preparation up. ) ;
*, grape two set : fifty chickens -
wagon for, the, Postoffice' Department i* an the delivery of the stamps to ,the
. .and<,alsfew b.p.naThi buildings ten head cattle and all tool nece* Poatoffiee Rough and Dressed Lumber!
The authorities "is the next
aN t comfortable ,but Oof great I..ry to cultivate place.{ A bargain at. interesting procedure. postal step,

.value., ,. consisting" .of, a.box, house of t I$2,60b.I. ,Write' ,.us.' for ,term. Department. its ,need in compllanc.withJ.w.dedare. .', The designer are, meet when;does that department the rest of_ the govern.' ' 1, ,
e
." w to work by the Bureau ofEngravlug The approval of, .the,parcel post SaslV 'Doors Brick "Lime Cement ;
It ",W6 SELL HOMES," ..and, they, prepare guide book ha ;again been delayed.It ; ,. ,, ,
drawing of subjects supposed to be ,,was generally expected at the Department j! Plaster,Shingles, Laths; j*. "
] pertirlent to the occasion of the issue: that the Po.tm.ater.General. I
IIMMRB1EAKER ii These drawing'are themselves mini would some time this week approve GENERAL liD ' : '
:CO. "BU I N MATERIAL '
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.. I photographed stamp KissimmceFfoida ,
.' 1'RlLl' !l'i,' r.?a tr: KISSIMMEE,:FLORID: ; and submitted aa design to the Post.master '. of poltma.ter.'.nd::rural carrier"at. .

:: General. ,His: approval" i is an early! .date.. ,-', t '. _

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for An unexpected aottvea. of.,'erttteicp' : . '. rM.i u'"' tht question of' ttMN Wfc'JWWW HWlMjr A 'D !{ ;TQ8'S ,.

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the
State a. regpler ndne. to At csito m i i > !
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any -sjek out a gets brat
. Usct was uneeathed .to a.letter .. of them i are looking" at Florida and a lead peach, agon cut what yea
Seoretory. with longing 1 .*"*, ** .t.M "en"They -
a going to have
Powell of the Board'" ef tiaman. tayieeOniatsi and ads
Trade.say the Tampa. ..,... anfal M to- wtet an the
have '
to
J money spend,
.The letter nomee from a man, who though not a great ideal, and will take beet catalogs Investments and price you lhits can from make. Get I REQtUIREMENAil J Jtl '

,1, !: h .Wes in, Virrtfla' Just acnes the a great deal of inUreet in any prop- manufacturers, and nweiaber leading that asa
' r, ;11' ", rtver from the NMtenal Capitol and 0IItII m that. wil Ibear the fullest in. rule The beet is the cheapest. : . '

t ff1', It Is Uhely fa'omalaat eight. ., the. I tl! : s ':{ ,
1's has \"i. f ,
", "J 4ejae witii the esetteiatlone ,Perhaps Board- ef Trade correepoadent advertising in seen the Cosmopolitan the Vey' :NOT I ,',}/ . of i.1L'i1111wkI_ Ile i servkea .. i iat ...... ....... p

;L'>.; ;1 niadthe XNwectod( with it, baa Iteyt beforehis I and asked ftr one .of the. ,',,' ". .". ': .. ' ."...". ....> .left ... nwara. : ,
; fearful thing that to to happen Board of Trade, booklets.. ., . "
,I.,:' ,U a ',let of the people.,beneath In addition" he ,pointed but the possible PfCANS. IN, OSCfOiA) ? ./lW;. -SECURITY AND 1
me done March PROTECTION '
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on 4
next. mine of new settlers and Powellwill ,: FOR DEPOSITS r
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:. 1 What la it you aekT i.:' : :' start out-working It at ettce. ...., 1>1-, S '.f..J"l.rvIlNS ,

.,k pi tNlr.y thou.and', offbtri itll' a fine little'miner is PowelL. ( lICAt, 'OWLTURE 1 ,,SHOULD, .p II-I: a ON FUNDS DEPOSITED '
,.' Seriously; however, then will '
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very "l7rW..7'HESCOPE:
The 'Vi"'" '1DtbDafed, Powell likely be a .number. of good eitiaeae iDOMEI'AYING, INDUSTRY ''I jj OF GENERAL BANKING FACIL.
that many of the clerks In varloaa out. of Jobs after March 4, and .Floe :rBIS'c, UNTy''. 1 "1 I
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Waahiagton *
\ ;departments were much ida will extend t omny of them 'warm. 'j : .y

'wnwfhtnp" .ever. the"-< f tre-and-were..L ,, : .; 1.weio.wssit. th.y..ome. tkia.;)wat... : ,.rU -"" ; --.,- ..,.,... -s: "- . ','f-' - ':., TO -,n ?. .. .,... ,;.-- """; -. -
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, I Believing tint'th.i ulture'of pecans.1 ,.

CAR SHORTAGE, MAY' "ELES: : 1W -: in Oaeeola- county can be made a pay-1' : ,, ' After the I '.f .
Ing industry Well as in-other parts : ,, ji.iiek h s'h.e, asrsrtssaes! '
cevservmHreaefiv
a
of. the .
state we .give1 an article from
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: HAMPER ,SHtPPtRS. ; be the'read Eustls with Lake interest Region which jthould'' It '" u4 .. ..aadsd. pclity. aess. ." ifs.. ." .. 1Iu, .. Us attesjIUei to heisrtit.e .
: by all the farm. : : **
THE PRAISETHAT. COMBS FROM
!, 'EXCHANGE I THANKFUL. I USsiMM'.T ', ,rs.We'of have this ae the t1on.climate i 'and,T' ,the, : 'soil\\: : ,. i'.,.uILaiiAI, t tt' A,I.,._....... a.oillrt' .,. X11,' t''e saw alll".t

.r"' ,,' !, MANAGERS' REPORT'IROUBLEINGETTING 'PEOPLE.,- .. and once ,started a'' pecan ... -_u.HbereJ a reM. ef inkiest M If cesafkitiUe wllh'MMs aaend
.
.. beside -
iyswasvb
h THE quire very little! attention,crove're-j' '" .
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.' "i) i- prove a money maker,.to. ; HtMl. ".IW0Mijp4iVM Mht. nMWHI '''Nr vsMpHI .. .. ..
:.,I, CARS AS. NEEDED... takes it 'tap.5uslming. . I r VvC . ... ...N.eceu ....., .-

: ...::.....-.... One kidney/ remedy never: .fails.'Kissimmee .. , ups the general history'of':'; iy. tfce...f iriisitos' basAer,'<*hisi II.rtWe .;.iteiii i k to ...........,
people'relr'upon It' Ppecan. growing, the' Lake Region lIL'at
.th' The Orlando' Reporter-Star-i' gires 'Thst'remedy! is Doan's kidney Pills.Kissimmee .,' Mr, M: A.. Bsyless, of Umatilla, skedJ Ibe.Assess**! .ef.a,teeMtol h.e1idg. _hearing M. ail',...... take

'rt. "shortage following among in'regard fruit to Upper claims':of. +'tertimony'proves It 'always .,\J; owns but ).an also.orange culUyating-and grapefruit, young grove pecan The fta.lt'S' ,.... have at''the" dipe.el. ef Ma GuIJ ..... ..ch. ,data ..d ip/ersaa-

", Manager.Turner, of the Exchange reliable.; j : grove of a year's growth', ',which ,tio. tf-1 -'Pi '
packing, house'/here' -was figuratively Z. W.; Bas ; contractor 'and builder, 1 looks promising. .' I M is required" by, Ae i.veil.r. .; ,..
r In the air this morning ever'the lack Clyde avenue and' Hu hey streets, ] Th pecan lie one iof the 'moat.lm.. '\ ..
of cart to handle" the output, of' the Kissimmee, Flasays:."! do not hesitate portants of the nut-bearing trees i
.. '. house. And he wasn't & slight bit. op. to recommend Doan's Kidney s-rown'in the United States, and with ", ... '
:tomUtlc about the future. Pills for they did me more good than' Frt the ,area thought to adapted toy 'Ii Iift. I

'"I look for a car scarcity this year:? any other remedy I ever,used. M .. culture Inc' other. agricultural or ." ..
a. aid he; ."that J.| goingto: be ,aerlou'. back,was so lame that I could hardly horticultural product,,-which .has, ap.1 ' "
WeJ\aye' more'or leas.trouble,of this get around and,It 'W.S Impossible for peared ''during :recent years' is atr. Our claim to year confidence rW on tfte flMtlt 0f' ''
eort ,every year', but, owing to-:' the me to stoop or 'lift'; 'I had pains 1 atoo ; tractlng. greater attention ,or; being, CUiz. '''' elftoo* nsgssirlaMl.
rather Urge,crop of citrus fruit,,or a my loin* and was bothered by-'a j,so widely-exploited., ;' n Bank ofKigimr*** it safe; ten**, 'Bs1iN.i|' eH I;eeWtef >wf Hull .} -.,
:'gcneral scarcity of- cars we are experiencing frequent desire to .pace the ,kidney,, It'was not found by'the'earlqbdt. ;,Youonfidenc'andpatronag.; h Mf1iHJ regeirsrlaes ef the :
: great handicap., We are i secretions Doan's Kidney Pills, i anists nearer the Atlantic coast than j_ j- -.... .. : eWMMUtf e w. Fittr
which I ', Kissimmee Western Alabama in, .f'r _L .'!t ,. ., ,
having trouble and no- on.< can' procured .at' the1' I the 8Outb'.nd ') : :- : : .w. "
nowj Co. removed trouble Central Tennesseeand ' -' t If!, .
tell how 'bad It be when celery Prug .soon 'my ; Kentucky in
and lettuce begin to move, and Mie de* and I. now have'.no cause for com*, the north bu%. with the.'.progress 'of C"I.I TIZ'E :
.mend for cars In<<:re....." plaint." (Statement given, May SO,' agriculture. the south the -species N'S; BAN,
has been carried eastward and '
Mr Turner explainedthat the Exchange > 1908.) widely! "
uses refrigerator cars for their Relndorcement. ', distributed with apparent success "
',nit< and then; are harder to procure i I. Mr. Bass was Interviewed on February ' over the.Eastern -Guff and South Atlantic ;. rfi :
than the ordinary' blind baggage: 22r 1911.. and he said: "1 will! states.;. It has 'also been sparingly 1 ,P KJSSfM" M EARTHURE.

Though." said he; "the: supply. of boxcars ingly confirm my former endorsement';' introduced into- many of the '. . -
is abort also."' of Do.n'., Kidney Pillsand allow 1 its northern states including ./ Ohio, -y '. ?

The Exchange house here is pack: continued' publication. This remedy, Michigan,' New Yorki.Penn Ylva ./ > "It . .. :-',::: .
,_ has 'ertal,1y of the t Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and \ "
,ing about three' cars a day At the' proven: 'greatee : NECAN'Pra.
. time ,the benefit U>' me. : to a slight extent into the 'lower New .., 'I + ''
reporter; was at the, place, I .. , lteei. W,{A.. SMITH
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''tale all dealers. Price (0 England terse In'th. ,
four' wagons were discharging loads 1 For by west it has /'; (', " "'" '
." of oranges, and the house-was literaljy '- I cents. Fost.r-Milburn Co.. 'Buffalo, but little attention. A few planted! :' '/ ,Diraetoret. ?1
chock a block with fruit. ... York, sole! agents,for the United tree.oma': be found ,here and there ' ARTrWR E. CAN Prruiie.t r;
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ft.e .
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Shortly after'the reporter arrived' ; ; from Washington to .Southern California tit Piss PneilaMrW. .. .
machinery stopped, and Mr..Turn. I Remember1 the" ;nameDoan's -and" ; brat pecan growing has not become : . _" "DANK,2ae-yke' IVeeteeist ".
er explained'that' the force was get'ting I ,take flo other.79leivi1e. an important""Industry west' -of, "
ready to pack tangerines,.wash*' ') 1 the Rocky Mountains.' J ,AeW:1W0N: : CH.COHOON: t, 'r }";:,l. ,C. D. CAPP
The 'evident of
Fruit 'Crop'"Large.'Tituedfe. ; age not uncomm6nly
within
ing being dispensed handling
this class of fruit. ; -The'citrus' fruit crop'lii I large ..treesnear>''the Gulf,coast'.indicates , k ,Y...Ate IE: c..+-.. 'Altofe* .

Perhapi half the supply'of 'unpack this:section ot Brevard county is in that the planting of pecans in t '

ed fruit'at the' house ,.was/composed I fine..condition and.-. .. . . . 1 ", 'Ii. ..... . cr .
the'area.of the h.
tural the "
rangeof
tangerines, the majority ,of them the.:largest ever crown.' .The .fruit
being of the finest quality and Mr. I ,is well colored and packing houses are species has been in progress for more .. - _ .
Stone, a well known grower, ot,, Malt. working hard to supply the demand. than a century1.T The planting of orcharda << 1111 ., i'1I11 11111 111I11I.t, ... "fl.... ,, t--ii.-j-I ., IIUUI.IUIId
.
land was i at the time unloading,, I.J This 'section will .probablyv'ship. 800 in those States began '.withseedling'trees . -'." '" "-' -,- r------, ...s- .- -- .. .. .
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tangerine into the Exchange cars of fruit, during the season. Some .bo"C-twenty"ears after varieties ', ' --
crop rlety :'or ,but .. '
the Civil War. the it'nsniy wow.s Ineeet peeto, .... '
J hmer.$ fruit. ba. been sold on Ehetreea.pu t During early for estimates er fangns 4i. and in due time many j
1\ quantity/' nineties grafted and budded'trees of a* to the.probe.ble lies) Jpj t rat it te sw*;.eatedby drough, to it must be
: not a Urge! expected
that the, trees making thus i i.
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named varieties in sufficient >eirenis
appeared records Wg
,* or winds Long continued
,. ;1. .Geod_Paper Like Banquet., I ,' : *' ; number so that a few orchards of such have, 'grown under conditions has become a time rq
ooncontiguooa -
soming
".well-conducted: . paper.is'.like a ,What. ', /Ito' (1)0. WltbtheYearV. ,Prslt t.,. trees were then plan tod., but oompar- of exceptionally, fovoradle. eaviroawentthe > ''t'I.. n som- late
'
an exchange. : ; .-. '"' *"' of.Wbtrr. eaeeV fallacy-ot,etld caWatieas I km bwU
says the
'Now tkajt ,. eoce! Jr1!irk.1/1 To he at .. I ) = orwteLsr
l served .V wttb a' &V"-I E fell.tea .
-| 1M iff': ., I 'mI...... . =:tI. ........ .. .. ,... .. ..... '.... *

',: ,.. .. "' '" .... :; .,..1'' peat. five ..........;...rA ... ....... .:- ...n* -=:
.: .... pickles and onions. May j,.At is 'the bet . yeti- .. ..'...1 Mt of'pecan orebaras. .r -realer-. ff e.*.e*= .;$ faff* . _, ....wha ::s Storms r
of -Uie ... ply normal, coed chew
have r
If t yu do' net : &ds IlJI'flua--lf you a states has been taking of areas are pleated, the nuts off, pad
I. them somebody'may find them peta-'')?'r'DhaL see'Lyon should.' \if-you'ibad appidlq,, a/xelenting.nte.r' '. because a single tree with are conspicuous' the opportunities for the developmentand late summer months''
'health and.favoring.easofe, says tie of.titeir,normal production.: sad of the
table. -Be generous and broad enough .InSouthern; Mississippi, Southernns insects and dlseaaes are maturing, are
. ,to select Ngracsfully..ouch, reading I Progressive Farmer Probably th Alabama'Central and Southern Georgia An erroneous to the. effect that the a tacking" it are greatly increased. which must he taksyl.atlon. .
'Matter from a paper as will be -cree'I' first thing'the-average farmer ought" and Northern Florida, large tracts'of pecan.. -ha".no, oos, enemies. ..In,,the. The pecan''_IB no exception to this tile, ..
'Our mental taste.' You, as a to think of la' the need of providing land,, frequently several, hundred "
: < ,. .. .
ncoon '.... - ._..
I. are not compelled to conveniences' and- labor-saving'' acre.tnextent'arebeiag i 'p anted'topean -----:0.' .

:dI every&subject,. ','We ,do and not it ia all a think good i I devices: rhilvi1I1n1LJ for hit wife. ,*;or better'/to schoolIng ( -t Investors tree*" ,''For andlater;aeveru-years,, sold' to outside the deV 1e." a. ..'Iw .. ."y. .' ............... $" ..

; 'It.inakaa.more"variety..aa nd '.. Next -te'theee;, ought ,to\ Dome the mand forN -- '>trees*, haa "" ., ,
"' ''" purchase''of Ubornpurebred been' far,!. .'
", \ lithe spice of-existenceHeeewe /: beyondUM.supply, leadi
.. .' ....1... ,1Sntetand. Orders
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", .". .". :,':;. .':: ,. """ ,:" mala. :ffit;, .s4d .... L six b. (
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\ '. owe l..r'.... MstBws
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/ Tree
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..'. ...,.0 ,!. ..-_ .to" veeeril' 'floe- plus neXt faiL".., .liim.Aler"r'. .- : .. ... 11 JM ;

"?" j tae.,a population of lClB,028r;"anof .. ,pig;t'lalld. cdeel't',. 15 .. .....!a..... ,
( '' .I
r Mo JOT., 6r 18., cent' better .
.. per \ planters :and the nUHtwe ''*'' .
,. las* the yearly.',In- spreadwr ,and the'' baker plows. .
< 1ft ,6ii.
.t/' + I .IJ'duetr7 _'Ibel.
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'Y" belnr8.il .? eeltt.> Ifthismaintained lleaid lsst< spring that you.Mraet.lifiefenr ..bar.. 1 BIossom-
.f" ." &e "will w ,
pepoUtion pb5atrig .tarsaY's.... ,:\" .: ; '
'.. ,more", 'than.' 240MMMn, < l9ia. 8, .then alMilllMliUilK 'j___ .,... orf>I H'.r/ flit 'ti' ; & >

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wonderer
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el. .,... y '.. ..._........_,.,._....A.....r'' , :',-.._..A..I. ...' C. a. c.-t. ........ ......... fJ .

y ,:,JI 'h '0 .for a amen. m'iiHqjfM': .10 ...,.lp1-.. .... .., or -. 1If. ..... I: HARDWARE CO. are bloom---e''
'corsair : : : fcacr ill IM sessile ee== a ......
ty, dt or so:; permanent h'\aa. reafly r are a
'"'c b '" :* ,.' --rr.r'bd ef = in Toyiand where toYs'are beginning to
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: ; ... >V < f'l. lnt, on re n lese! MM or01nm roil- i1 ,
;' : '. Mjfp wish toeQS.t upon anyone this most beautifulQltlitoiai. tion. It Is or by the Court that- .1 .J
c . heart** .* had Upon the in all their
same on th* : som glory. :
t +' -. ,i : of '. Gifts or to have or\-our''bwD; use the very amid.th da?. of "au.nD.. nil, be for* I ;:
JaekeonvlUe In said DtotrIK. .
-isWet/Muie'...f flk w White' $lensin\.any'setting. ,' -you wish and .that':1.notice e'eKoV thereof la be the published forenoon'In i I. It is 1 at this store that you maypresent

y r' 'Ow.Irckwiflwpplyryou.: ; .the Valley Omeette. a newspaper, print
) la amid Distrust and that all known
'" , n We have a 1 large, assortment/'of sizes'and values, creditor. and other peraona In Intermit := '. for any member of 'the
I .: may appear at amid time and place I *
yet: i ..ntoWubd:and unmounted, will' .nuke mountings; to suit the and show the any. they have. why, ,
v the of said
prayer petitioner should
t''t r .purchaser; '"We.''are. known as,;the PIAMOND. Store" not And be It granted.la further. ordered by the : young, that will beuseful dCttIi'

,e --. Court that the Clerk shall rend by
: I I mall to all known credltora notice of \, well. Apartment
I..ltld i petition and thin order addreaaedto as
dwen-Cotter J them at their .places of' residence. I-
w;eiry'Co.TAMPA : ; I ... statedWITNE8H '
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ORKNEY, Judge of the
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PhoMs 1300 and 1079. FLORIDA. '' "
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THE KISSIHMEE Y4tLKY OA2ITTE. ,-. ., 4' FIDAY, D

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!- -I aoane. in a gen.era) effort to protoct.. i if ." i <;8oagt'ti:! attention( .:to the road"V.;nstming,,, . ) '.. K. ',. '

; neoassBry, the girl who .waits!;; upon Proceedings:" of. the O'h,north from ,the depot at -ShingleCreek v' >,.
"Ir. ,
at'the ""
you shop counter from / that
one > stating; jt is rf,,
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tor >*.. .jt' bag tlxf'
D lIVERYmAY' a'whole,',:week o>!: : pence to,the county,. and,that same

VaUsr Gawrtte Building ---m.jor iabti. .dayand :CO ; _*I D8 s,not traveled, aa .there is, a'' better

route>>
mile*
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$. CICOLA
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COUNTY' utter weaiineaT' .. ; ., side. He.. therefor." sugeat d ..hat iI \
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There' is' not one'ot'u1 who, "wouldnet suchroad: -discontinued,whereupon .: : -
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,1 taity' do this; .ifwe:: could.', And :: : '11' :1912.I ,a'resolution ,wu'panecI .I J .
'pe gedng'the ? *
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wo, cin.1' Simply b"dolnaoU1' Christma I .
):1'h. .. .*?road:discontinued.. :.. t " /,
--- '""- hopping early.rOn.. of us may In and p ' ''' \\.f '
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Osceola
met 'J:
t ications, exceptcorrespondent .ff1atll. thousand ; but if enough''of us were to in'regular':'session 011'the above,date,, '' ': CoIleeldr':.'poll'ta;"....p rttihow..' 'S: ,., ).l'Il" I "

bas *,}'_. do,,thi, then Christmas would be madeChristmas' there being present full 'boardalso; ".rd" {h..i amount of 'IS. fl ,, cullectud l : ,
the writer", '. indeed' 'those thousands PdF '' .n " : ?; P. A., Vans Agnew,; of, the' firm 'of they amount ,or. collected :;
of working arlrls, ..ho' have;'come'' to Vans>'AgnevY ,& Crawford attorney :during the month -of Novembvr.T ... ,.
..tt.r 'will ,not':: b. ..1w lookrforwardito Lleense report hew. .
: [ the, holiday season. for ,the., Board; and,, R., Johnston, f".IIO cult.ted.' "'. the aryiQtfnhof :
a !*
,. . cUrk.,and'auditor. t '1 '
,, "I' IIt The '""owm 'bill -weri ..
1. I " ), I" I last meeting xjimln.d : '
minutes of
";?" at the p.....' .; ; '_.. Southwest, Florida :'Journalism\] read The and, approved.,. .,'were/, >i.prov..d<' E.and.Luneaan warrant lumlwril ordered', "' ...a'wn ft.OO I'oArthu. I '
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,P'1&., as! II" ( Jllali Gains Two., Paid warrants ordered cancelled U. w..4sbtaat, 'Uan ens. 'p.Y'' ;, ;

.'1 ':_ ,' ', Among the best off the 'craft, thatwield from;the.'parious'were'' funds 'I follows ?.*:toil: ''t.-v-.4Wj,,,,,_.,,,.ILI* ''''*, i I.,Ti .; . ,i 1\ 1"
W..Aahto..ay.1'01i see flo "
the Faber, or strike the type I I'. .
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; m ola Hardware Co: md.e.,l '71 :.J' JI'
,4 r, 1>ECEMBKBTH et I l writer., Southwest Florida has. lately. Revenue .L..__-_._-, __,$ l (46 Oaeeoln. Hardware ()o.' Ind.e._ ,,11 61 " ,, 1
?, gained two. Road .."(..._ ,.._...t--" __. let 19i' W. AC. Ore.. Co. mule teed., 126 fa J ? ; ;: :;
"Major'Joe D ta6n I'!!"form rlyl, of the Kin and' forfeiture ,J...,_- 41. it01K.H. Makln..n Co. mdwilZ '' ,, tj '
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report showed .
Collector's ;
0000' .Tax lhrullowinw :
OfAl4".e40O'esPRAeNT tJve'Oak'Lemocrat'and'' laterof the to, be'eollectedlRevenue ; W. .. Mak-lnaon'C,, m
Pensacola; Journal, is making the Balances, __.._.;_ ;{.,_....-yll{ 1111 O. Kia., Lumber. Co., lumberIBS r SI : ' ,
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OF THE editorial page of the J keland ''tete. ,Hch'>ol .....HKM..%--.....M--4. 11 '708 84 ubacrlptlona Journal.wi, printing: ;,,_and._.. . She makes it. best. who, looking. after ) .' r
lIS- MONEY '.parkle'.and shine Bro. Heth- 'Uoatlw..-, __-i,....____?_ .18""il. 11Ftne'and Klaay Valley tlesetler ? 4._ 1O. ' "
gram print' cufnai resolutelyupoh ,
; ... dep1LtmenL1un2fl.ba k -
forfeiture .
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Ie 7HII nd-aub.erlpllun.a ,
Tlnot"-need .j.i'1' 80 .
erington did -anybedy-"tiH- .. 08 .
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"I Once upon a\' dense "in', the O be started the' daily, He is now rich SRNN"TI -I--: : __ .' It II II. oftioe: Kllla, llht_...:_tug Cl : unhealthful, .or..e susplcious'food, ;"AI'

of roles] \Sam' a".'colony 4 and getting richer. ,Among his best H. H. B.li.,No.Noi';..*._,O...(...-IH 1 SUO, Iu, Jenkin. t--.--- -,*drafting a0., ,:. ; '. ' ""! '''
H. H. I01 ill J\ :
'pie organised themselves V alsets.15 "Major ;Joe.'" If uncle ,will a. H. p.. No. ,6j-----L..ar. ,':-WN-r''-:...._- 146 68, "' .plat...'",( ;.vrttfssss&SFis; *" ko accessories She is-economical;; 'she. knowsthat 1 > 4:1it.: .f"

i id'fathupon only' stick. ,, spectora ..___'-i.' : .7S does* not consist the :.(., ,
true
*** she; 4 The other editOr_ that 'has, ,come, 'The following.bonds'of'County oNficers H. C. a------- !1It1,",'-' economy. ? use" ,; ; ,

4 the'"Land, round' O South I Ii Joe Hugh' Reese lie is with i were examined. and approved: R.1 lion U. carts' Johnston, ...-.'.,_' -.clerk.-...... and '14' 60* . of inferior meat, flour, or baking powder. ,She; "1 ''', ,,..,"t' "

,' '_ .the',,,people dwelt 4i the Kissimmee Valley-Gazette., If .1., L.,Over8treet, as Clerk, with M. auditor ; ..._jk.-jrt. ,... BT 00 ,. .' ;{ /
i their own'Vine '4 there lf> a better editorial .writer in Katz, J. W.MHiller. and W. C. Bass'as A. W, Crosby;, care poor farm 40,oo is. an eWfest advocate ,>rJ)(:) : made, home '}' 1 '
would like to sureties In the sum of three thousand J. E. Haas janitorL.ti....: 40 00 : ;; :
and the ,4 Florida than Reese we
trades- vt''t t ,
Emporiums of Mer- 0 find him and:lA- be rich enough to entice dollars,. '' Van.al nervier Agnew"_Crawford i........ ...:.e..*..T'.'' SO:: 84' ,baked food .and has proved, the truth' of ,the .'.' , ;,i, I

: L '-- 1 all, ;wAa: well. 4 him to ,Arcadia. The nestorr T. M. Murphy, a. County :Judfre, C. 11'.' Pr.yatt,'tare Jail -a-ubi" II !60 ;statements of the, experts that the best ccx.k'If.: : : ::' .

}. le Joined the colony, 4 Frank' llai-ribJls quoted as once' saying with Frapk Vans Agnew and C. W. O./I.:. F,V: ,Parker l'.arc, .salary.,. commlaalonnr a* Judicoa S'"t 00. ,, t I I,

yar;.'to; year, Until the 4 ,. MEd. ambright and Joe Hugh Ward as sureties, 'in" the- sum of. 'three and mileage'a'' ,...- 10 00 'ing in the"'world today is done' with. ''Royal, ':.t ( :[,t:'
a place of Popu. Reese are the two best editors. In thousand dollars. : O. R. Haaa, oomml.alu6..r and .. ? II' ;, ..,.
OO ,mileage ....., . .. ...... U ,Baking Powder
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ha .Aperity. Florida." W. J- Sears, as1 .Superintendent'of --- --- -u. ", ; :
,lira Ar.. B....,' oommlailoarr, 'and : . ':"
t u utlms rime, when in, 4r W, B.: Harris, your'name-sake con 1 Public Instruction with W. R.: Godwin mllcaK :...-..............., g 00 ; ,. : \
I of the Town crawled O gratulates you and Kissimmee.1 Now, and H. ,N. Bratton; as sureties, in 1 H' LJ D.' Ovrntret' commlaaloner v ;Ii' !
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it-'of Discord 4t fellow townsman, W., B. the sum of one thousand dona...." i and mileage ...f_....., ,6',00 I .," .:.)
3;+, ;, yclept get your flL I... 1G Order', Catalogue Ot Crawford' back on'' the tripod ''and S,,, H./ Bullock,' as Justice of .the and mlleair*'"),;-.....?--.....:u 4 00 < ---' -,--.---- ..

whispered Into,the ears, Op' Southwest' Florida journalism will. put Peace,, First District' with"John M. C.. Court F. Prevatt.'costs-u..., _-iu-.,County...__ ,3S', 6t fall term, ,A.' D.: 1912, 'having completed . sheriff provide the'' prisoner 'now.in ' ..:.

,lr N e Siren .Song of him hear ''the top.-DeSoto. County Lee' and J.i W.: Miller as sureties,.in C. K IJreca.tt, boarding- prlaon-? our labors? beg to.,make this' jail with comfortable,,.beds' and euf-'. ; r

f' __ nib-,the came being* ,4r News.: __ the sum of five, hundred dollars J' crs lVllC"cSBta", __,VlJction" '111'0 our ,general .presentment.:. ficient bedding for tI'a.same. ", .
r: and Fake.Thereat ''Od. Pistol bonds were examine and /Approved U.1",1, TV ,Johnson' coat lOt of elect., 10 II' KO 80 We have examined into all cases We further recommend 'that, the

., ?' + thought they saw *v .* !JUST 'WMW3S', BEFORE as follows: C.Tysonwith'' J. K Donegan coat of elect' It 00 brought. to our knowledge and have Commissioners sell the i poor farm-to ;
rig and they Bit. 0yt ; N. S.,_ Blount and L.; G. T'.ndall! as W. P ,Underhlh. o.ta of fleet. 14 00 taken such action as. we deemed just I the best advantage, as we' consider
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4' d _urst, of, events the 4e '' sureties; H. C., lUrrell, with J., M. O.U.' 1 WJ... 'Bandy Astiton< ,commlsaloiia coata of elect.on and right; under-the law. it now not on a paying basis to the '

,, y /closed., their deor 14 'fLORIDA. LEGISLATURE: Yates and'' D:", A.: ,Smith as sureties, collectlpns '.h.....-- w'. ,tt7.. We have, by committees, examined county and to provide< the county'' a
;removed {to xother-'towns' 4i. N. S.'Blount,;;with J. C., Tyson and L. T.'. N. Farr Costa', of electlen IS 00 the records kept by the various Count with one three or four miles front
yet the'. Mail Order 4 G. Tindall'as sureties; .L.+ C. Tlndoll D.' C..1 Miller. comml.slon.00. 09 house.. '
a as .1'NL:._ Thomson, burying , t Officers; the court house building the court .
hid; not entered.,, HIGHWAY BONDS, IMMIGRATION with J .C.1 Tyson .and N. S.' ,Ulount" .'nsuretjes.i pauper. (coffin: )', .--x<.-.*.*-' "< 4 00.1. the' jail and court house grounds. We We wish to expressly extend'to the

Hollyhocks grew' up be4 't. ? ? R:. 0. Johnaton Indexing1J. 10 have found .thee records and Sheriff our thanks for- his efficient.
neatly
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OF" CON Nat Haler road work ,, S 16U.
!ia -closed doors,', ..and 4x AND QUESTION '* I. C. Wj:: Ward 'appeared' before the F. Parker county oanvari* t OO as well as ,, our' limited time woulopermit service and attendance upon our'

+ ( w: in the '''streets, Oe' yiCf' LEASING.- ;. *" Board in behalfVt:; the good i road A. F. JUaaH, county 'canvasser "'00 accurately'' kept. We recommend body, and for his untiring efforts to
_ .. "that Inhis: Henry Sullivan., maintenance 6 OOI
the'Cows'ate'bounti- '4t'waifun : proposition opinion / ).,, -Mttchel: road work.j,; 1 {0.U. however, that the interior of secure for us all the witnesses neeessary --
for the, cows,, 4 --- the road tax..shouldto rained to ., 11'.' Parker, county'...t' c.t. SS 61 the court house be re-ka1som'n ed, and to come before us, and also

.; tth. to'the. > Town.-PenJournal. -. '0 ,r State millions siX-mills, showing to'the'Boanl that C. F. Prevail, ctr ct coata44 .60Walter the breaks in,''the.,plastering be re. wish.-to.commend.him for .the' faith. :
Bonding the for fifty Ix .. depaherlff.:. '700
.' 0 the County Valuation, with the raisedassessment'of >ren ful and efficient' manner in which he
paired. .
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of dollars to build public roads that Oeo. C. Bronaon costa of elect; 10 to '
K six mills, would givea Joe Johnaon care pauper.*. -,. 11 CO 7 r 'i d0,4",00000,0000, will wear,,. abolition of .thee convictlease "uft'lcient'worklnt"'fund ,to enable First Natl Rank, loan ..,*... 4 OOOOOFlrat vault 'nok used by the Clerk' of the We wish to thank the ,Court .andState's
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with its rottenness' Natl loan 000 00
Bank. ,4
: system the County',build -a thorough; "* ? courtesies
C' P.- B. Mornran, booth forrlect: : 1.0 Circuit'' Court be'.either made larger Attorney for and
lo'Immigration, legislation Wowing municipalities .tern of graded roads. He' further Road fund transfer from : and made- fireproof, ,or that a new advice given the Grand Jury, and havV' -

s 1; ,4 time the Pensaoola Jour-. more latitude in the changing of their stated that he ,, thought- would be K. *.'F. .. .,,'....--.---.....t*-_ 'j OOtOO one' be built for him, as.:we deem the ing( completed our labors, we make',
charters and' the establishment Road fund' transfer, from
own
wise for, the County to have a survey -
ted the ; Convict leaae-.i.--._ 600 (0 present vault unsafe'and 'not: large this our general presentment and..
'of ,bureau of --- --
state immigration '
,' ssome'uyw a are made of its roads, so'that theroad' i
; te undertake Revenue fund,, transfer from, enough for the accommodation of the ask to be, discharged.
in of advertis- among' the most important matters Supervisor would have ''the information "special .ti'A: ..'.... - _. --T.tr.i It OS office.' .-. J. S.' STRATTON Foreman. '
rk the present
way .
IntereatT.. ,
HO 00
'l' Nail
for the Flraf Hank
," s'and advantages}of beginning to shape springes.' : before him to put the prop. Flrnt Nail Bank. 'Intereat' ,.-' ..",,180' 00 'We farther'recommend.'. that the J.. EmJ5 5ER, Clerk. _
aion 'Of the d'
''" ;,we'hare pointed but 'Legislature.-is lntereetedIn er grades across the low places' and, The Grand Jury made their, presentment County Commissioners have the walks There being>e further business the ,
All Florida >
,1 4, the,' resent department better roads now'and deeply I drain the'ponds along the road. as follows: around the court house square, kept Board adjourned **-. meet again,, In
Senator''Stringer: H,' M:: Pfann appeared before'tnei of' Grand In session. can do much work along of has forward General Presentment Jury. a,, more presentable condition,'and regular .
Hernando county come Board' and wished to know ''whether' 'the in he from the E. Iv'LESLEY 'Chairman.
.-Legislature will ap- with bill which he will Intro. We, Grand Jury empaneled grass cleansed same'We .
a ; moderate.sum of money duee andwhich a will look' to the, i.. the County Attorney had made a .re. and .forhe,County.of ,Osceola for the further i recommend' that, the Attest'R._ : : G.' JOHNSTON; Clerk.
port upon the Point road.: The Clerk
As the matter stands
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t"s department has not suing of fifty ,,millions.'of dollars in advised that'' he had failed to give the '-.' .
? bonds for the construction of a trunk- ''
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solicitor 'proper Information,
L''r be used for'tbls*pur* -,
system of. highwayswhich will bind therefore ho had been'tnade.
+ 4 ,. hopeful sign newspapers that a tmnafafluential oft all 'sections of Florida, together.Then Dr, Pope, also teport appeared before 'the;' 11 111 I I 1111 I I 111 H M I-I. f I Ml 111 III I'l' I III 11111 11 111 HI 11II HI I MIMIilll. 1111'. '

advocating ',the, same -ls a strong sentimentinfavor Board''' in behalf of good *roads, and /. .It ..
of a, State system, as many' counties
talked -to some length concerning
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h"oraMIe" miserable
and expensive
bureaus 1 of,immigration : aamej Arthur E. Donegan also spoke
', settlers Ina failures:"when they:money;they spent on the good roads question. stating r
r< sysjrear -
t afteryearf and the'''", mount of roadway'construct.. that the Board should have some definite CHRJSTMAS'

'? I ,, '..of'' 'the ed are takeninto consideration. I plan before it, and then attemptto &
0 hr v tin the'Union..* The atlj. Senator Stringer's measure will'beamended ''WOrk to that. He: stated i that he
}". but it is believed that at this believed the plan suggested, by_Mr. :
quaiittet'
are
cession something y really.be doneto Ward good 'and the :
ail a' ,ono;; County '
r r the start) Florida forward'1 earnest should ' take Into ,consideration, in ll PRESENTS , I'
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It I. becoming generally realized that its roads in future "that : '
ins to know rot building ( they : :

has to offer. ttingeaeoarage* the settling Mgt should be permanent; He farther : : ," .' . ., . ', '. b 1.-t."rI1
wild, than -"'
'good
country more :" stated that if. the intends.to . '
Injured greatly : : ,
ways.'. .-, bond Jar roads/or. should bond tot
mtorepresentaeempanie '
? operating tit can be depended upon as 'a deadcure such, the bonds'should;: be,for, roads that areappr"eciated ;

ties.(, thine.,that the new/ Legislature made ..of; material,,which 'would, last,
L* 4- 1 v.rrtissiing by a State wiU absolutely abolish the present rpt> at least,);until the bonds w.re Bald. I' I F jt
:ten convict''' lease .system which ir, a ,
do much.to, counteract ; F. W.., Hill also appeared in behalf "
t influence.w.Tho; truth disgrace to the' State of Florida. That of 'good roads'calling the Board's attention of .

Floridians are cen.rallY aahamtd.of to..the fact, that the' branchof : .,.
r iss and (
good:.enough
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is evidenced the.fact that .the
thf homoseokers of the Ity; .by.: the East Coast road was now laid ,. ,, 'I. ,

r tie whole'troth" about last of Legislature abolition.,"was There strongly is a difference in favorof show below to Narcoossee.th. Commissioners'attempted that Ift tto is .;.
> sentiment\ '' '; as'to,: 'Wha .,'' should be I "' ''' : ; ''' :: wo' ' ',rt.
wM ? / to the lntereztot.Osasola Cole't
n.xt' I.glay Countyvto Watche "
Clare
; done .with the convicts., Some eon 'kJ " 'i,;'" '" .}Et l$ the maths.- ' Bake: a. road from'the- atatton on the ,
rrir '
y, j Fl tad that Georgia's example of 'work' Bast! Coast road cast, of"Narcooasee : "*&'Giemeif;."a'real leat&re.darinffHoKday; time;and the receiO'. .. ( ; if

Y/Nr Tiw.. +' r' 1lispdjd iagUesn. 'Awhile ojt, the others roads'favor should. '.. b-- to Narcoaseee, so that people.coming. j ,t't'r 'Oip +aa ,.;\\wiH' .W:a" :real;pleasure 'if"they selected. '. ''F : .'
, fwd hsr a qaa svho down the 7 East\ Coast branch weofl' ...... .are: : ; .. '. \ .
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native v town, them"" on a State farm. ;: have a way: to.reach.Kissimmee.- i ::..L..:. Cole"Jewelry=: :." ,' '.' . '. ..'. ,:," :.,'ti

> He"Is an 61dis.I and' otaars--opposed' j toa workon showed to.the(Board:that unless some ",r..; .' ,' ,ara6, Store, :, ..) .V, ," .. ( '''.'.'' , .. ., ....v:' "
., the'ro4s are gtheartb !8"raffia": "" x. t
although he .be roadway! were buUt,.after the extonsion \ 1' , "I .
jEfiBjfcfc ''a aattHBaar*,' may httfc-hisl . bd! I die.fann,proposition: / is completed the lower,end.of \h. ' 1 te' ,t'v.. %.* ,-. ... N. ... A : ..,1). .',!'.V'J.:;.. .:

written In large lot- ...... of the.Legislature' U the County, the'people,from that see- ;jp..r1. ,' w., ,1.k..t....;,. "!' ''- ', few.fd/V. ," I bN .."'..!.4'4' ......tv" .." ,. I ', , a-

of his towitWe h=. whit local town and.,"", << .F tion,will.,go' to TitusvlUe Instead.of ,. '\I.It\1t. ,f"JI'oIU ,; ,.;. Mai. ..,
the detriment of'octin '......... ali ,' axe : ,
have trod ngf.Jn ttta County.:. '... y ,,/>., ,.;:, .'. raj 'H'( '. \"
f State M whole. ThereIs ;. h' fj''t; 't'"1 > '
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.1. ,. ,"
iauesal i.ooet .bills
nth : were presented aivd .
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!...t.YOI'.Of.Iririna' mu- .. r1eNll'0R. .reieryt : .. Tb.: TrN: -., -,,,-. \.-_.__:. ?
W .. "'reI. :for approval. _,The bill of ... ; ; on r
t eilebet Ouraoaortment
nW more. home,',role and al>. ef the State vs.- Lusien Jioekabee and : u.e"'a. ,, r !.,otI 1 'ri.p, ate PUa.teM':' '

lowing ..... ehangM by, a :>: eferendimi .... that of the State vs.> Frank. Bo- 1* large and t..', keep lee.b'y'tbe< 'momat'.:' t' !\J

wiit seen learn "*,'the'>stlyvuuateii neroontawej gott'and.Delia .Williams,' were referred ,stock: .1* ;>he, wllneat'Ab; '; befo :, > it 'i '
'lag. a.d 4
#; to the honor of majority: qualified voters of the. to the attorney for his opinion as .ad, i li'' Osxeola.CoMty.. : a.rsilly: .tbt: "e;
1 -it he moat favorably to1fIuIlaad.; 'cities.'' ''This.would J place to?: whetMl'tIaeyabou1cl.bepeicS-, ; ; ; is ;, an Iaaj oa,tkey will be'er''
: harrao tronble iiidlag'jr.twsa'want
( Yoaj wHl to ,
charter change .In :the,buds of the : '' {
persoaa overtook showing'. on the; .fae* of. these; bills '.aiae.d'free'by .UI.\,maiar .
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hortoomin people tnMl'eateclDlo.t vitally. Especially that :; Jury 1"'in' sion : ' 'e '

lath leaat W.na p is .there sratimont, In.faftlr.of> at. Ume taer.were:exafe ,..'........;; ', t .

Ye ,grumblers), cities to changing by at vote. of their,peo* before the committfAg',magistralW. .... ,, i : / i :. "* : ,, ,".I'

tt !fvT pie ; tberoomindaionnonttgf govn- ," H.,Walter,who n .atI'J'.a'.p. ., ,' I- .,

e ernmont;: uA' ,5* pointed cattle;; inspector( .for,1 district \0 1. f, : :;,'t ",'.! J ... ., . t r'-lj i 10
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State. bureau' of. Immigration. ""to 'tI" " 1iI' I Ii
1 sad Paltry No. 6 .having moved the Boarddeemed ,. . . ,
:, : away, i ', 'u. r <;p'; r' '"It ;
encourage immigraUon.to.. State . ..". .. ''1ft 'C .r . ", ' .'" 'J/.J.i'/ '
sew a calf, a colt, aohlcken it .advisable: to appoint another , :',) "". ,.; ,", .' "' 'i . ;; ',' "!;}
and I. "f.r ..
to to safe uaj4immirranter'comingre ,inspector for that district and It' : r':" ; > ,I ,t) ,' 7

hu grows 'raa-by ... from conscienceless'"'.land 'sharks the 'name of' W P. Underbillwas'; .:f .1" AChoece; 'pi cce'o4; ('.Cat"Ghatrtwik :: Jr ttm1tI, or pF ..mt'tOrj: : '> ;
aq .. : -b' lea.
ngdb..a.dd la' also needed . "'. t ,, \ .
ving rf, ; plaosd before'.the ,Board the redcomm.adatbnof I .'" (, ro. ,,' ,'" \" , .r , ," . ,
upon 'tJ ::
tiraath rr' v'' "( I " .. "'
are many other gem' .' I r ." 7 I'';; :-;, + ,. ... .,' ,, .'v". i', rH' '.. ";
I.TIaer4t = ; the ,Ctrmmlssinnsr ,1-.: 'y .! 'ti.. : \ ."a.icdaalix: "," :glrtn.A,7n. . . ", : ., '7 '" ." i rl ".,,> .:jlk "
01 thaf beutrtfl .but these will bs the from that district.' Wpon" motion, duly J .; 1",1" 'f; ; r.v'! t (, I, ':'; Mrny7fd ruarr.1.} ,* ,, . '" ", '
can tr' P. ,. ', h 'Cl'\l; i\, ti t '." .,Ii.t" ,a. ,..
tlbhf it is most important,! I '*xil"" seoo.ded l '' the, dirk" ,to \ ; ,A.A: : clHelf:,Wj ,;a' Fo& $ hJ;! ,
ready .,*. was instmetod '' .' .. ,.. t. .. ;, :.O rl1le..n.rnllwn.p.ec e"idtfJl', ,,,,,,&, a
of baiter quality and ; .... t..,. .:.''''',1, ,.-.,.- ., t eo'lathy J.the' govruor.n ''', : ;, '. -' r . ":" ''i'l ''; ,'; :." '" ". ," ," 'I'.,; .. ," .; ' : . ,.. : :' rJ" ",.
I NtIt.r ; '
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produced than' In sec- # rPat e .Has'IFPag.'Dally.' : : 1, .'Aft.er; .some'"diecussionsthe'" Board J!"'yl'Ii." ...tw;u 11;"" ...., ,,",'.".s. !If'' d! .. ,;;, ,1,,, '\, t!.... \.I '10\\..' '. "" ...... ,. .. .. i'." '',! .' .,: ', . '.
l.\. r- .
f. i P M' "
grewgl is checked.by :' ' deeming the ,suggestion' made by Mr. "i % : 'i 1
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X11 ,te. One+ 'acre,,ofenoogh I'' 8A'';record,In"%:Partav: Jfcunialism has Ward-.a'to'having' a' grade' profile :+ .]..RF"SrleaK'1MgaBracelet, i, ; .;; ; .sor'Locketa/ : 'will;; make, e'liiile't.ter ', ''U} ;' .., %
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cowpoas1 or mad bar .--c:* of the mad of,the'roads,,a' good,one. Commissioner ; t.t: :: : ,, ( r" "1 .. . .. ,> '. "' ... I
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tv keep a cow 'In'feed Kicelaior. publWied ", fterre" Lavfette, A.-.F.:;: Bus.oyed;, that,the \ ''d1( .I;, ," '\J' : t . <( . 1J, ,,:, .
d
.' with issue, of sixteen ....... .' 1!' 71" '' I.
Tbeow legamens'are'the: an. pages. .ni ,; Board have the Arm 'of,".Jenkinsand : ,' !t !"
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known to agriculture' for 'r; For some time past the demand for Woodham;: made''*'said: survey of% tie'toad'froni ,v "' I J A''Sofa'Pi' :, >'Eltiwiit; f et ao Tatedeiign'ruillbe'a' preriatedby yotir''.., ,
4 ' ; : ; .. p ,' i I'
has been
the soil. Pigs sheep and news steadily increasing and Kissimmee' Whittier: .':.

thrive on peas and .beans that the Excelsior,"which f9UeweJ the which .motion ',was duly seconded by ,', ,best IlIrlJ, .. l d t11 ; t ... ., .J. .: t .<<1<4"1"t; "' y 4. ,1 I
and millet grow quickly style: of.;Am rtean .dallies,: should '.be Commissioner, 'Iir, Bass-'and, passed .. ',,1< q '. " -1\; f > > $ :'t, ,t h '

i 1 flile feed for,chickens. the first,to'enlarge ita"p&C4l.1": con.fo11'nity by*the' Board.; ",X- ;L "V: ; 'rThe' , ..i4ndyou'canfiniital1'thereorpnythmgelse' ; 'iuitable'For' '\

chufas make,the finest with thie demand la tegarded Clerk'._Dech i the'.attention. of tJ : ,?: ,':''Q" ,.: ': .:
t tsaeon and hams New as,remarkable illustration 'oC'the in- the 'Board to the faet,that the i ; ; the family'in: itoeh. . :
,, 4 ; City } ", ":,;'at ,'member: :f/. ; ..our large. ,; If.i
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flu ,. of ) :
,transatiantioe ; of..tb.Wnndo'road .
; tnewspaprr. using the- pond: at' the 'bend t , !/ ,, , t\ '. I, r,, .
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method ,'Ii. : r"i aJ ,a'dnmpug grottad, ,: '' ,II. ,'0 ;"" 1' ".1
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Glrr Christmasl "The Kxcelsfcr 'w..' ihe' lint ., 't,'{ +h"l: (: '.' r rt 'v.. .' ," ''':'1" Jj1, "", ;.w.;.:s
sp 1(Paris artd l th.tat: ,the presenttime paper. ' -p +
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if you could, ;,help 'to' daily".to UM jatetare. *: ?<,;f .. .:i, : .-' \ and;.trash;was..strewn along the mild -"1. _. ",",... .F ty; :c. L: i 1"'''''''. -, iJ\.\ .'1 k .' ", d't. ('J v.. , \\; ;, :("ti#...1.1' ,. ( tIbw
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bappier.for > one- ;,- Berrow Ih'r'wPtherlaidIn' -. for a quarter of a mile, ana the odors. \. . ,'
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' tIw of wo-' < 'th. streets of Berlin .' \ ," .., ,.,,",_ C" > ,_ '' ... .. '..
great army Germany, from said trashvery; disagreeable to \ V ., .:"" ".1.:')" Ii ( ., ) ,
who swell the rank of smoking prohibited.-, 'Hamburg, the public travel along the road: The ,. \.'.' \)r, y .1 h

i Our ocuntry ,'. ** _' "' Germany,:women are required to wear Board instructed the- Clerk to writ* '; t tt. .. : ;'Q.: .. I ''' 'it''Ce'Q", L' '\o f'1: ;/

if you could, in the I corks on.1 the ends: of their,hatpins..' the .City ,to immediately ,rcmovo alltrash'they I'>,'.1' ,," }'.. 'ij; t '. \ , '!r ' />,
'
make a gift to one : Seems' we; might 'yetborrow/ some i had placed nand said pond, ,(, >> ,' i.. ,.. .. c<:;t,1 ,. ..:.t.J... "" ," .-. _. ", .", ,, ''" ;

.would 'transform the an- good from tb. ,German'a' Fatherland. further to clean, off the five-acre '1 w'Jr. '",. ". "It". I",.."..! ..., . ...:.. 11. . t, ., :, J J"' .'
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birth late a day: r [ (. i. j.vghakotpeare's tract that belongs to the County upon "_f' Iti ""

; 1B jl jlClaaUt'a birthplace at i which the City' is dumping Uie refuse t'

.rams. little sacIk [fot>oji-A'Mm'| is visited y i '

wllltogt. \ Commieshmirwragwt'tldied the
,. panons. :
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c' J Daw and- Mia Lamsea's ...* MM'StMtdtty wish'j ." .1iM .. '
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Jet. il.A idi Millar are the; gmfcta of Mrthta be servicesf envival account of the re al .... i"k.. -e"sad taw -*
C. E' D"** at l&wnnymede& that
.. at th* Baptist, church I. he'iad I
'f'" h1NaMrd Geo., .F. Parker presidentf. J longer and. lnurta
8T i i':!
.,' 'I"W___" ltew ht__._. J.t'r..1at1QM Miss Emma Fatch ,otrthe; OsceolaLfigh J. A. '
,.... 'fntII .. her..be. School faculty has returned City Ia. Extend

.soy ::.' B uM Na fox, tlrspas t'rsv" from Hampton, Ftsu where .ah'wascalled tospenJ .some ':, ,,
, "- arrutbr. .
'
. "f' to attend the bedside of her
' ; / per"who ,was. seriously,ittV:,,W.'.are 'Mr*. ......
;iaetekd :Mrs, 8.7 A. BUek arrived pleased to note that she left her sister. ate, of them : Each lady in

"'' spend( the',from Winter Angler,,at. ,,their, '.$,pJa.i;"J...*;,,:.'in to. very(much.* .,improved. ;and. out. of- ,*dan M ing" Capt.. .,,' ...,..' ; I i* invited to attrtearf"onatration
.,MV, ,'
. ,. ,, .' '.IfoMh Klllu'II4Hh '. ', ; ff . ., Mrs.; J. 'J. : i : ,, of WWh J JCoff
r ( 'V'j' -' \
'.\ fo "' '''''$eID.,.', J\ri\ jjapn'and'*,Angle: .'Mhkinson* aVt ',;'A*,AAbbott and wht In"Mrs':':Tow+, ia the: dtyt/ 'i ae and TennStore.
and ; I lay, Mr. ,and. Mvs.Myere.and.' Miss horn*'with her
peratuos .precipitation Jim :
as
reporeed'v bqi' the. pote ere.tl v his Jnllr c"n4l ,; ama :home' from Columrm Yr Stockdale ;5'sil, of\Wayfcnd.\Michlar: "n"ra.' _......_.._m ;*,". i iV : ;: _d, at Dania &
\ : 2BlrtMoTvhink'11? rived JKiasimmee' last, ,week and
! station,alKiaaimwK'for'; .the"' I ; : ;: iV. nave:",taken: 'up' their,,abode for:: the .:H v,,,David.' ; Groc ry U.s 111*

; :week ending DecyJ;I ;.. 92. :, .: r,0-, "'dos of :'break' winter in Mr.. Abbott' concrete bun vice on. ; the, demonstrapl
i- 6W ,will ;
: '
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,\ .'. It .. . case cf.CMlla & F.verfand if taken.th.II' any galow cornell' !Ad.rhold 'and. Lake and pal'.church., Med to ahow jtw*
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& *"* 'a4tN streets., % Holy . ,
I / : ( .. "
Fddai'4i a tonic the Fever ,will. .not r. : i Hie* ,dnnka can IM
'4, 3s46';; : >p.SaWrdayyfeY turn.,rl. 1ce,25 .. URiley Vf1/Chandler; the -Two fine
1 ; ; cents W., ,member', of. the b. t.'and
eljoiLwt
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*
) ::741,46Sunday. , 4 and
, two
( s .School Board from; the, third district grave ,
.ivi, a' 79 63 .. Godwin,, 'of' 'Whittler 'and'Julian spent several days ',in the. city' the Rose Hill ,last. :
Monday'.>*?:.h'i '79 '66 18 Monsdoca, of, :Turkey Hammock put; week.1; Mr Chandler t* deeply and Buell lot ',

4 Tuesday.: >!.,. 82' 63'' .: ,J' Sot todmenJn..the..d.t7-?I wereamong the prominent interested in his work, as1' a membertheBeardandbelieveeinali . J..C.., : : ]
wenI1'he' ef b-- --7"-"i '
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:"W d y'l': H363'- ..ntativefo 1 ; was unneoeaaary to" charge"' ; ,
: eral policy the.conduct of our public
Will h.Pter.
Thursday ., 4 :.83 65.in ,, '.... will ; Bryan U., D. C., school, system.: writer they'' requested permission W ,:
; meet at the"Chapter House 'on ;,was in th* city They; :returned t*> court in
.OOO..t.O O.. ......... Wednesday December ll. All mem- C., A. Cole delighted his-charming : hours,' when the foreman *

A" .\, ,,, ., ,pert are, urged ,to be present.:, wife,yesterday by presenting witha South Mr.. T.America M. ; ): face, ,handed lit/. a verdic

i niiiiiiiiiiiii milfi Mrs N., ,;X:! Bouch of Bloomfleld.. handsome ChristAa* gift In' the week from 1 Everyrone'wae' astonished '
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of 1918 Rambler God'cried? the
IndH arrived in shape a touring car ; Judge, 'of %
the city Tuesday even. She will leam to drive it' within a his hornet since guilty '. Not ,of'

I, ,THE;> LOCAL 'FIELD i ing Joe:and:Alawick ia located for the at the winter.Kislmnaee home., of Mrt short time and. will derive' much benefit " ,States Ford, barber and ia;, ; ,, No, 'my' lord,' replied murder th*.
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and pleasure from:its use.-Lakeland -, 'but if he dIch murder the r

.' '1" Auto Garage and :Machine : I .Cor, Tampa Tribune.. -', rr L., ,A..I i, JJ.n : ; he stole". m.,,,"gray\,mar_ ti

,I, mane do anything in Mrst Muscat, an expert ladies tailor'' ada, arrived aco.. rr
lathe ,
or work for for winter with his !
yon and to the ,
eighteen : before dreasm.ker1'.who came city
Only .more day "
Christmas.", f automobile, boat. and, all.other machinery recently from Ashland Ohio has ,become : Meiklejohn, on :
4 is tf connected ,with Mrs Fowler, in Hamilton was ..
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List houses for rent Wttla.1tn'ilImm.r the dressmaking ofDann' .. made lO'me .'
department
your S. ,J. Triplett ha been -confined to
Lakeshore . .
I
'45 tl Department 'wherethewill ;
his
home at Narcoossee by illness for Stortl'
the past two weeka. His be at the : the ladiesof ''I I have on' :
Everything hi"men" wear'at F .II. many ;
friendi will be glad to' know he U Kissimmee who desire ;'stylish3owns rattle-snake .
DANN'SDEPART
a '
Lawson's." 60-lt .. I
i for .n7'occa.iOR. '
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.now very: much improved. ,* ned natural I

Geo.>F,, Parker was a viskorli Or. I '' N..El Whit (Yankee Ned) of St. ed; alligator's >'
jando. Tuesday on busines, S,, B.' Aultman began ,shipping )let Cloud spent last ,, aturday'In.iCrwsimmee ( I mounted rr .'
tuce this
week and states that his
limited.
ply
and caller at the
was a
Ladies' black petticoat. '60c and $1. crop Is unusually fine." He also has a cette office. Mr, White has. mist, north',of < !*

F. "H.L.aweon.. : ' 60-n splendid crop of celery and Irish potatoes the co-operative\ colony at G.-j simme. ,JFla. i ,
which.promise a ,,large yield. .. 1 : ,
Springs, F, and stated, that '
Mr. and:Mr'i,_Fr-H., Key made a One of the i ;
trip to St.'.Cloud morning The Ladle Aid Society of the would movo to that, place this: week brought .to"' i I ,',
Christian He ia enthueiastic over the new ,colony ;; '.
church will meet with Mrs. to Dann A' .1
'''See btt'silk' 'di.pl.y at cut.prices' at S. B. Aultman on'Saturday of this and.think it ha a.great future, 1 New York; It :; S'T8M" ," ,',,

H.:,C..:Stanford Co. 60- week. Also. Monday and Tuesday of Wayne Thomas,.the versatile editor: imported,. 1 '.".''.,
,
next week, ,to 1 complete the work of net. It wa* ; "
really big dividends Insert: of the Plant City Courier, was mar : .1'' If! Iii
For a the .
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bazaar. : Miss' front show, .
ried December to
on ,
want ad the Valley Gacette, f ; J' "
.in 'The B'uater Opal Claire, Wilson, at the home of week and : : ', i
Doyle Company pleased ,
you those. Coat the bride's "Mr. and Mrs. like\: h* wa* "
Have seen pretty 'large audience at the Pastime theaterthe ; parents
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Sujts.' an Stanford' '' KO-tf first three days of. this week, and Augustus' Wilson. ; at Miakka, Fla. R. W. ; '" V
favorite with the
1 the Editor 'Thomas i* a 1
. fW. Brokaw'witli! Grlfflpg Brother "Enisle Sisters"-.k.-'the, enter State all of whom well Mr Alexander, i
' tamers for the last 'three press gang ," ..
the tree poopla.' 40tf.,, days.' : .M.ti- join the' Gazette In.. extending con panied by . .
nee, are, given each day, Nathan Blount ;
Col. 'and :Mrs.'n. D. Geiger'':spent gratulation.. week,deer : .".. ..I, "', '
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Notice Dr. Winn ha his office
with'relative In now : sister oi'Mr.! ; Mr. Alexander .,
last Sunday Apopka.Sam atari in the Willson building Miss Betty Rosenberg,
new .
up ..
; .. .
in the Territory,
A. Rosenberg will
arrive
city
Orlando where \.' to be for office
expects
Griffin of spent a few :
hours in this Saturday evening.. hours from 10. to 1$ a, m., ana.2 to Saturday to take charge of the store spending, some"i .\ .
,cq y; opened here'I..t"S.turday by Mr. sheep. He ,I.
4 m. rile' office phone ia No. 97.
:horn', ton Monday, Dee... 2,* to Mr. Hi p.* residence phone 1* No 3?: 48tf Rosenberg until after' the known holidays. ranching' jnte Owing> te the i 11.
Miss i well in
Rosenberg
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and ,A'Irs", C.;, W.'Grift'ln, a' daughter. E: L. Hinckley'' returned to the Jacksonville having been in ,charge cools Sheriff. Logan ; ,, ; : able :weath4 .w p .

i Born; to Mr. <'and' Mrs. J. C. Aren- city 'last week, after 'a months' ab" of the Rosenberg store ,in .the absenceOf last week county'to' "

burg,',,on Wednesday, December 4, a lienee'whieb he:spent ''at his old homeIn Mr. Rosenberg. a white m.n. i i d.olde4/.te, ,lamduc

son... ,.' Fleiachman N. Y. O. A. Swart, J.'-K. Billiard E:Carl HilllarJ and R.: having cut; ", *sir. ,satin
,,
with- him ;
of Margaretville returned '
and" Mrs,Geo., Nikilla, Harris left Monday in Carl's handsome white man,'In
Born, to Mr. and'will, spend-the: winter in Klasim- The crime Ir
for
: launch the "Margaret. wa '
on Thursday* ; November" ', r. 28,.a,daugh-!! ",",*'' Miami, where.Mr., Hilliard will put side of,' ,
>
**':...: .-' I . ,. .,. ." \. !><""*WalterLorens- who' ,w..t'ee..uy i !W r r hemp I commission'for: charter,trip. parties;live, }n' '. :,: .Minine
Judge W. A. Carter, 'of"TampaJs appointed carrier for rural route No.; They, went the river to Lakj ''Okee- carried. :to ,:

in attendance at, Circuit Court, this 1, Osceola county', first rural mall ebobee and thence through the state COurier- ; )
:week. route, extended through: the Campbell drainage canal to Fort Lauderdale, I'
taking the inside route that r., Thank .to' ompn lna Tri>ir
and Shingle Creek section; made from , ,
Co .:Thomas Palmer, of,Tampa, }Is to f '. '
place
Miami
in attendanceat Circuit''' Court ,this bond and assumed" his duties', .this The class of' ,1"I' : I '; and Pattern Inboili
,; week. Wanted-To' with Ventured out '
*!week- -r correspond part- '
,
" W.A.jMcCooi. Jr., accompanied by lea interested in Florida,lands. ImproVed And when they ituported ameitIC ,
Dr;;:tt. B*'Cole spent:Tuesday'looking his mother and Bister,' arrived in the or" ,unimproved.' Orangesgrowing' ,Saw'*twas too manaffam

"after. ..,,business. matter. in Lake- city Thursday morning from >BeaverFalls. on ,Improved'-and, all othersited I:'But to their .
JaDd.,, .'.. ; -' "" Pa., to join CoL W. A.. McCoolfor to citrus fruit aJd re.table.. Found It i hit
u
l'/ the' Pin land.or' hammock? prswi* \ or ,'''There' thajr" .
,: neekivear flow- winter. They ar*, aecuMring
ribbon
,
Dainty and their winter residence 'on Mabftette muck In large or muM tracts Prices rAnd dwelt ia. and it to jst
era in. atock and to order "at, .Ml** i t
l . street fend term right., Near new .railroad ,
'
6O-1t
.% *'.., '' . and in a n.w country., Write ,...A.: W* thank.you: : pert$ u tIm. ,

",'.; Li;. C.;. Stanford Co.. now have the The, Ladle* Aid Society of the First O'Berry, Whittier, Fla.Z05t. ; And For' kindness. , ( ladies KiestaW
.
n
Baptist church of Kissimmee,' will ver; ,
Happgradeoveralls. '
agency .for the. famous. " ,60-*t hold market each Saturday afternoon :The' Ste" mer" L Ull.,,, Capt. Clay The pleasant' purchasetheir" : :.

,r- In the Osceola Hardware Co.'* store Johnson, Sr.,' returned to the city Fri ,*?Wheat you' .
MnC1; C.::W. Dnrysa'ot"Lbuahma; $, .in which home-cooked' article ,will day evening from,Fort Myers, where ;To" your ".t..;, '+' :; r
spent 'W.dne.dashopping in Kissimm be 'for,sale.-. They ,aollclty ;your',pa. h. went to .carry-",,the government {.And made ,

,. **. tronag,: engineer on,a;tour of inspection of .a; ;Though _ofteQ" We{'will'"'place sti
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the Kissimmasend: Caloosahatchlerivers. '
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.Ja*. Davis, of Sharon ,:'Pay arrivedin "'The"extra attraction, offered atthe* :i .' 'Wnu* noUMng official: naa jret Tli*"Cri Seed en sale

th'city this week for. his regular. Dixie last Friday. in" the three reel been. given ,out, Oaai. Johnson 'feels 'f. s cricket : ,
winte'--visit. picture 'production'of., Odys assured that the' tAp'.will ,result in eomf' st ) ,. nine Saturday
was an entertainment out of the inland water route. I, For, tfe. ,
good great will
,,apt:H.; M.-Brak.rwiirav! to- ordinary/ Crowded bouses enjoyedthe "- for; ,," .bas>;:' : ;r, : M<-'' : )f 1 : and offer the i

;:'r"cfil:: brief business, trip. to *wonderful Crodllctlonljboth:, aftorrnoon '1 ,The "".J."mp., Fir*".,atria' returned" . .is'.; est' values ever kiin ;

., and_ I I'Kr from. Fish .Lake last. Saturday!hand> ,., .- _J.* It ,
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'S; .......: ,A,l'.... Kissittinteo."Netethi
Cijiialj"'Commtrsloger: Adder Bass ;', JT.:, A. 'BlackwU'ind'efandljicame I'8pOI'tN.vtgwno ''del htful outng. .
of Note* and '
,Mrs. Prentia and her '
daughter,
was'Sansacttar business, ta Klssim-, in from Ashton Wednesday; in
; .ratIUoD. nb
., .
Miss;: Lillian' and.1n fact the ,,entIN .
tourin a.shopping'expedition.
., t heir car on ,
'-jWednesday.; ; about a'house ::
r ,... rYenti,,I i family'exrtedr their utmost :
Ther. returned to Ashtoa pow
;A n. ,'io biJoaes. : of Orlando, IDIth.I aftrn ..r'-.' MX.", BtacMweU" i* endeavor to 1nak.e.tbs outing' a memorable those'who. ',.*. .' ,
holes
th7eat
.
,,was'r ,i-* N-j sky. attending'. ." ,circuit th_' w.Umo 'turpentine' operator'_. I. -one Question., ana that' Already they:sueessdedbevond .there IIi I' .* Harts, t.V
Couft i of f that:section: :'C .. Y* kill tham.". \ M N "
\ fe t as "- .
.;'.. 'h 't Y ,,4 ,1 y w+;i talk among the"girl*, a stanilarUrip &.Y1'a
ials on'all. eHk.. nf from ubJectr5: ;/faun daY', taoei rig 1 and to some Other convenient point.. for the he waa aaard. N N N

' 2G ,tl.n\10., ,.day... .,"ILC flYenlnc ,.......'!' at. 'the .e odi.tehurcb holidays..:, : :: '" "f, 'aace of, a ..... I : ..M ..
r .
.... . ..,.....CI8.., . tl0ztt :' 'If.'If.I1terefoN ,hineMeye', he j 'D'/'' Gr'Wagnit'ha4-iee.etir"adqu' :: lie' lIy.London, I : : 'TJOQ
.. full of +
single tby'wbol. body rhallbe : u u a
._. 8.00
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di.ii. ,Mown .!. demonstrating ," "Out of the eater cam forth ed an :Interesting-j family :;of), doer, ','" ./ ?
,WhHH* ** .*.**..;st,hte' ptor,0fDaw the light meat, and out of the strong.came which',he; haa,.corraUed 'at:hi*'resi: ..00 u iv, u N

"it dTDaHfl I "iU, ,/,week.. ,\' ., .' , . ; forth, wetnes.'V *.j i +:tt.- f a dance buck on' a'"doe;'Main.n4'at.wa..on.atreei.?' : consisting trio'of 10.00." u U-

J.>a,3 Viok and aim Crifflri,two of t County Commissioner-Oliver.'Bass- : ; camsiront,.th* Deer' Park Stock: ( '' 11.00 "' ,u .. _

d,t- 'Orlaaifc's'..I leading .clthiien. were.. ,, in, of;.,the Whittier dietrict.wagaccom, Farm'in ,th* ..tem'Por1ion..of' this /fJI' S" 124)0 u., N N

'therye.t.rdy.: ; ':or .. panied),to. the ,chyahia; week ,,by'his county* and i war"*".captured, by Quito ..
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and little daughterand Base. 'They areper'f.ctly.'te.in: and 13.00
S .. ;B'Itultra.rl;;,,drove 'down to mother sister ;, ; .
Taaw, in.hts ,a.to last,,Tuesday;.fora'aNMt ,stayed i over :several. days after present a beautiful, sight to-the'pass- ". . I 14.00 .*
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the Board meeting to give the ladies r-by> particularly the-earl morning J ;: ;

'WiJs bwine." ,'. . "ssNryt"o'" 'that:n: ,a jv,chance: .toBjdo their, ,sbopphg.. ". .. fed..ng ,or)'ate* .afternoon* T,when..,they',are {: or' a ,. -. ISjQO "

> ? M1ng ,The' State Conference1ot Chariti ,,: .", , ,. ,f l; I \1 1fi '
tberr'wili' b !it ,, ,of the 1, Civic' and Correction; ;will meet 'In,Tampa ,.I.'t vr., ,W; ',.,.. Clolden,\ rvhc'haeken, : Y 'A._ { Every "'t.. tUa a oi. ..

.Leagu.. *I****" fwaday., fJ tomorrow. :Jor<* >a,,four day' ,session.TMN holding"'s, snce Mral series,of.,meet- 1' '"" ,1':1i..i1: a.J atd.eanbeedupends
ill oft '/- ", .nnua) -eont.fenee'h.ld i mtiM; ';First, Bj tist, church,'.'of : .
,.atAk::: ; 1nir. ,'tierrten''vrvve. is the second. ngs ;; s. or ........
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to bIs in ;Florida and mmee.;haa booom so impresasd : ', ,
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t.J: dIngranr+ I l>y;''representative of ,religious with the.lovely':._tel of our;city.: y '., ...,'. : ; : I h1.1'to -.'
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c.niution.and: women'st'dabsfromallyov , that heha*''rented the entire .tojnisF t. ; .": 'f ,: : ,t"/'h( xS
: {nlaiTUler''; fi' "at'bomq; & the State? w; r" ; : story;o'audgL'C" ,..Lilly'* beawttfal ". ''AT.v l I ; , .: ",< 'j
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'If. Mate College'for' Womea"at, \$', residence on Church street,:Wd will 6 ' ; ,,1 1' ;: .\.

. ,M 'o (t* hrief. vacation.. :Mr.,'o /ti! rDavswho his for, years bring;,; hisY.gtin'. mity"from'Nash-.. ; .J l:. I ." : ; ; : "12,," ""., ''II., ,' 1..'
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\ been) regular" winter?guet of, Kia. ville? TennV to abide .',in the city for : A "
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r'R ? Q.;;Price. 'Jacksonville f fs the tame;;learn., to the', city ..Tuesday' tu winter.V'; Dr. Golden I is a ministerof /'JCEfL?: : ; '1' ;' ,))1' ... .. .

guest 'of hit unel.,and aunt,> Mr, and evening and took aphis> abode at the ,wide acquaintance. vand influence ,,/ ". .," ..

'Mrsi;J .;B1: M,{' ,,Ch.rch.txeet: ,' horn. of Capt.: 'J: M.; Gardner, ;:Jdr and 'wa area gild to welcome his ternpowryresidence 't ;; !}fJiJt ; ; a1 t >'

; entertain Davis 1* a property owner,in,this sea in our city. and hope ,. .. . . .. ./, : ,,
'Master"R.l D.:TboIIIaU"wJil and ;1'. 'W. '
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investment here some:year ago hat -taY"wil1.beJnde, : nlte17 proonged -. f' :" .,I "
,tomorrow' j .
a' number,, of his Htfi tge tion having seen the opportunities forhasa' if' '.> SH I ". .., .
< In.: hoB. .* swth who).will begladtolearn'h : ; '
afternoon .. . h stet friend, i '
,birthday.', :, " l 0' ,ha,''joind, ;'.n*" ",for. :w'Joesyii'jdeCoy;: : : x ", resident and counsel for th.'Floridarained //l : '
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i another season. '
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; : ,= I .1 = ';: f ," '. 'J.. ) ,Land. ;1Coi: which, company >-, < : l 8
and li i *topMabbette- i I Oon'tfail to see the handsome'embroidexed , Owns large bodies of; land on.the east . -Home. a : .. "

, ,.'pion, r.' tra ]'.l kon;', .:....... .' i : table and. bed linens,. bureau' bore. of. Lake"'TobopckaUga.'adjoin J.,.... .....-........, ...:. \ '
J. ,. .' scarfs;' crocheted I nveWea aprons; "ng the .Sugar 2 Belt, railway,.;(Was c i in
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. I : -, aed.tMYrit. ch drea'. 'i 1'foaaaaa. ,':,..romper, pottedcanned Usaimme.yesterday.: '.Mr -',; McCoywas '. , H1 'iiparIw 1&1L
\ w'lt.e fruit,*ltlUe ; preserve, .home ,taken in.charg* by.lltO.'M. Le, I :
A ft= '' 'n; .mad caddish"etc.ao) r th*' tarlof who;drove with'mm ,Cover, the lands, ; Dann } .
..IM. .BaDd7, ', !,l r". western ponla htat have Just arrived and as far north as.r.ee..rro....' He : : 11 {+i.

t> "rr ,nt' '' and'will bel ;on.,sal*', eats,the;; Chapter expressed himself( as'highly pleased. : S

.. Mr "N. M." Coons and Mr; House,i where a dashing' cow-girl wHI with' this. sectlon.and'stated that bis G\'R\ 'd( : : : i+' eale alb
and Coons'of Sioux Falls; be pleased; show yon the merits of company was preparing to brinC.1n a ra, . : .
"eneU bo_ these fine horss ;:*Don't: forget the class of highly desirable settler and :" a

'is. sar4 here for .UId Pjfc i Dec.UZ' ; W, and 14.;,. develop it* holdings./. .Mr,,McCoy'" was ". DarUagton !
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t, Fir CLUBS;" $0, 'AppIIc., tion 'fMfI Ii. wuwI for Florida imlld Cannotfig, ., '.: I. :.,

\ -1JYtNCiatM.. By Your Until r.. ".... Vidt.d 0Irr 'f i :

PLAN' 'PatOPOSKO!' 'TO, .XT t'D' .1 J1.. ."" ." . ,",, .".'t' ,.. ;' :f
ase inaevad a* once by.a.pp1fcaatlhs -. ', -:---. I ; '' ''
THE, wOgK'THROUGHOUTTHE : 0. j,', . : .' I' .1, .
DIED Ml SERVICE of Woaa'a Unbnent. ,..don'tnhJuMU : ." \I ; \ .: ,
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Mma''. U0iD| .iitvkM' Ana nor I J' .",. "1.. ;.." '''''';l '))1i;' . .
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aathIq | har. .r.r triad -' ,.,, :( : \ '1" I' ; '" i AMONG MARYLAND ..... 1 sot n 7 hand barb i" F .\ "J (, r'f.....' (,,, "
B. I load. t3 My work rlaht to'. In'D' effort to, .organise Farmeri : ..'"J'. ,.." "t'1";' " ,' {" ""' .. iI."'" "\ "- ,
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"ATOR8 STRIKING SEN.YNBft ItUnvAf t"i." :: ,: '
ka Chiba throughout the State' F. P, :! : .:r"' \, '
F4i I !4"| *a I off wmtObm, but I gal la. =e o-vf Henderson has start.d'an agitation 'j THE, I [ , II.cJ.{ AV',. .I,. ,1 ,. ,". ,"., i\\ '. !;, .,f',''. '.1' ,. :

$,.. THIRD TO GO ,;Ual. .I>utit WuCBUcm....)"urga,Morra mTkud.,AU;," at. Gainesville and urges that prize ; :I / ," , ,.:.:J'}\,1.,, ..i'.f\ : ,"'t) J. :,\ .:', i: ..:- fb'. .
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IN FOUR YEARS. Oes1 be offered to those producing the ," , ,'. .. I 1t'4X' \!;\;\". .'. t I >t..
for -.ok. Shaw, est yield 'of matte. In discussing J "1'. .,.1.'., ... ,,. !'', )( .' ";', : ,'.'','r'i' /;.; "
O.O. Jonas,Itamwln,U..,vrlMc't laf'Co'l > 1'' I 'I." '"" '
-'.! read 1Aoaa'.UIIi... for ......... proposition Mr. Henderson : 1: }. lNyYnp.I '
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!aswi bor .be kit* _e. bye "JI: one of the wa, j *\ ,
J 4aths among members of the j.toU a4 to.. arut MlHfMCloa wf'' advertise Markus county Is 'to oreu- B"EA" L' 'TY" .0' 0' fYiV'/L'; i,.* ;- :
*States Senate during the last aMe to rwoiui wo* !a !..baa Uire ) 1"""! 1' ,?;ft H"' ; '/.*.. ' ' .
weeks after le.aJ&deoV ire'a.:,corn ,club and how, by, actual: ; \ 'i.1' : ' .'
fl ,Mrs ha* been little short of teiU,.'what can .be,done' on the ''farms,1 J' '.. .'"' ,'V' ," \i', a, i ." :/ :
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TJ e paaains; away of Son* I ; of this county; joI .;. " : : 'to ." : . :.. ""t t
SLSLINIMENT
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r rim-sthe death up tot '"I do' not mean' 'a corn club like' wM.ieialera u4 Retaeri }
period. Which show sthat .' ,\ oi' .: .,
the'boys corn club, but a club open I '- i 1'1'1., ; , '
of the total memir every person in the'' county-not, toI I .. . '. 1i.
tipper branch of Con w.. ,' e /' f
see who can grow: the best ten ears, I t '' ,
away. ?These figure but to see who can grow.the most I T rnberan ): !
the members, who 'ded ;, ,\ ----p- ffo* for SprekiI bushels on one acre. , ; K
from the, 'senate but > ;
i Ma.H.mtx A< "I would like to see'this matter up ./ "
who succumbed while I' : "t. PUl !B' ia. K.dbo.a.A: and .offer a list of premiums-something ,i r'' .' . / .' 't

1, Fbe present 'membership ,"trlMMl ebeS ft w.prmlBwl.' bla.kr hU II ukto,I.........' bdljrI ..._ like this;' $100 to the man,who' ; ': ):" \ :' : :' : : (
!j b.r. him the most corn $50 I ; .
told Mm' that I won oat grows on on eacre ; 'OEanber : .
of ,,! ..... ....'.LlDh..., . : ands' .
n H includes aome the a e w* applied. 8.. for the second best, $26 for the third, t. .D .
awl In four ....b. .... working I andatd .i" t "
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,*ittrsietn and mom promi-i w.... TJB11 and $10 for the one who makes..over" . i .... ;
Sluaa's a nsht good r" ;' r a I.,, '
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present genera 1 L- 60 bushel on one acre. \ ,. "' ,:' , ." ,,:y. '
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1 .. .. "Every contestant should/ keep an Ir"" ;< \ .
i death J* the Mth, go.r..a4ir. .. .. ..... ..:..-. ,'. .
ooRio.n' accurate count of the .cost, as welt as < . , ... i:
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President'' Sherman, hunk the manner, of cultivation for the : ".. ;: q: . )
tstemb.rs.of.the.npper, I OB. ...0....*,a Itl.,. benefit of. farmer generally; '" ..r'.';.';;.'y '." '. .. .. . . . 4 \ :. 'I v.., :. ., 1 '>. ,' '. "1.', ". .,,', .. I i
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/ last eight months and roaUrWBtfrU..A. **,- ;"'I .do not know that much money \. ... .'
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f sent tension of Congress .Add,.. could be spent to better.,
.'L.rTaylorofTennbs-; < i both as an advertisement of the county -I :
Mt spring after a term.o: r.a.1. and as an education our ..farmers. .
.t waster; 8.'Nixon, S.. The time is near,at hand when W'E"fSo have some very desirable and! very:
Sioen
u who In 1905. those who want to. enter this contest
down' last,eummer,,.andh alt 'uld begin the preparation of the : ... ..

'' Idaho am"Senator, who, had William, erred B. ' oil."This Is a suggested' "'plan, 'open to l I i I well_, improved Orange: Groves near,to Rail t..

away; after ja, few improvement, or.If anyone has a bet. ,
ter plan )Jet -us have it. To start the I
r among Maryland'mem- ball roping; f will be one of 100 farm Road Church; and 'School.l:- We most''
q ',t see' been striking.., -Sen- era to enter the .contest."- .; +_ ,. own: I
1s the thle4 Marylander ..' Fn'U1T .I '. ,'*'0- / :M 'X .
trues* daring thelastfive KEEPING, RECOUP,; '
ripr-Arthur- Gorman h...., M... of 'the property we are; offering for' sale '
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r Irtlllam Pinckney .Whyte, l Date of Ripening.in Various' Florida < ,, . .
,w had served in the n 'Sections! vto be, Made Xniron.' j I t"

{ Ti with hlm. rduous/yielded labors'to the which fear, -... . State'Chemist R, E. Rose i t. keepIng 'and 'balance, 'we hold options on, so :we are able to '
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y a record of the ripening of different -
.' p.. .' I+fi a p$* t'pf. the .1 life.of s .Sen-: Isador Rayner, of ,Maryland.In varieties of citrus fruits in various ] .' .
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++ n"Jearl'.ueh..pow' '.. addition to the-above we would section: of the state; which will be j a
.. tIoz ,,A. Hanna, of- add the name of Wilkinson'Call, an published at the conclusion of the season -I j give, you ;the.best of terms., .'; .
Marcus i ex-UnitedStates,, ,Senator from Flor; .:\ This analysis ia compiled from, .
W.. Daniel; of 'Virginia, Ida,. who, died in Washington1' two samples of orange! sent to the labor. ; i "
? c .'+ tor. of'Vermont;.Stephen years ago, and JN. U" Broward,> United story each week by grower and wilt I .:If have property that' wish '. 'c
s f 'q _.. ia"( West; VlrcinlarWlt\lam;. \ State Senator-elect.of;. Florida, who show the change. in the. percentage I . you any you toexchangefor .
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Morgan '
;ef "'her.John-T. died' In Jacksonville two 'yei.rs'ap' ; and 'acid contents from week to "
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1 *4 W. fetus; of Alabama; before His : \ '. ::" < .
taking seat.CIVIL week and the date which the fruitof '

.. '"mr'Davis."ot,..;'of Massachusetts, Minnesota;; localities the val1oua''varleties became' ripe.on Mr.in Rose'different will ,* "a. home in 'one of the best, : .:States <'in: the;.',Union" '. ) I, '

.: Doliver y of;/rof'Pennlyl-.Iowa; SERVICE. : also have a record kept,, of grapefruit '. l I "i'' *.' '* .
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1 who,1 :have died in the : EXAMINATIONFOR acid for* the and purpose sugar contents.determining so .that the aauitabll I' .call,; -phone! or .:write, usrwha.t" you .have ;and we': can: : : )

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Apr, _, are as follow in the 'f law may be framed. It is ; '*' [ j/f. -.f : !
pointed out that complete analyst of < . < : "j'K.v ; ;,..'to't. ; ,,1
r order of tMirdathewof ; i citrus fruit for a< will be index find. for I: "' "' s ':' '. ,> ..
year an what t ,
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hr. &..,..svia Iowa.'MlnnasoU---,./:_. ., . RAlLYAW MAIL' CLF.RITO\: of ,the qualities of the fruit in ..1 you :: : you want. ;, :,: ;, ; '
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"y f HELD 1' the different localities and 'will be '
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4 South l 'lU il...... GOVERNME -

':d 'f> .- U, of"N w Jersey, :*.; f 'JANUARY,,, :)!IJ era valuable in preventing aid to the shipper the shipping and grow of : '
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_ 1>'. ;;' I ., of;Ohio." '\ green Mr. fruit.Rose said; "I am see sfetlwiththe ,: 1. .'r I.'.1r. ,I '.,: _, I .. ,... ,1, ,, 1
of Penn. '
..4 i Stanley Quay, !The United States Civil Service present) formula' and flaw which NTRAMMECC

"A of Maasachnsetts.of Commission < announces' open competitive have been proven. by'this year's experience It , . , .. .
? examination for railway'..mail to,, be nearly right and no "
i AFo Tannest clerk,: for men only, on January Jl, doubt nxet' year. the grower will i" NOW i I sold here at; around",85c per box. on fLORJDA' BAPTIST '
>rsatt,, of Connactteut.janr 1918 at all placed where city deliveryaervta adopt both the 'orange"and grapefruit .I ; the trees,, averaging long 'and short- f

ha* been established in the schedule. I would suggest how IN'WASIIINGTONATTORNEY ; hauls together '
Mersa"' Alabama Arkansas, D laI. ever, a* making the testing easier to ; . I' . 1. a .CQNVCNTWlUL.COMVBNE

rl1s. Oegria, Louisiana Ax.the per. cent of acid without'the .' ," .Ho .. ., \. r New. ,, Surgical, ,Mask' -v. i .: '. : '" '. : '
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,:HaaM ah:r t relation to the.percentage of ..ucar.Beyond : :: C' i""' .. :":" . .
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r I-1-: >Und awi a oartafa j per cent of the fruit .OflttBRAtAPPBAR4: ; ;...... ; '"
,? : ;'tIhe reguter JWc the aeil. JMM. not' be pettMftted '" '"' ; ', be .0 '.INI
: I es :resulting from this examination to go, .regardless of 5 what proportionof i :BBFowB. "" SUPREMECOURT;, ;;: beeo'irfvepted ,by a'I Vienna. MIl BRCB3B'BR[ i. .!t' :Aft1" '.
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,certification" will be. madeto there' is. By fixing a'' 1 Wi*%' A <<" Wf 'rf* for: ' rE8\
sugar- top JIU >AKuUl. ;* Aa : use as, surgical,compresses., ,hELE.G ;APPOINTEBi
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flit, vacancies a* they may occur: ,in limit for the per cent of acid the same < | "
f Florida/ this position :: in the. States named serult will i L be: secured, and more definitely ---,.. *1 ...::0'r
'" above at $800. per annum unless it if than by the 7 to 1 fprmula.1":\ DRw'MONTAf: iiE'Sd: 1 I '
of.Iowa. General1
n,* found to':be' In theinterest of the The Parson Brown'oranp became ,: Attorney'' 'Trammel left I The Florida Baptist '.CooveintjonpCs, ,
not Nortb tJa service, to '.tnt( any'vaancy'byy [ rein fit'* for 'conopm "this year'aboutOctober115. Tallahassee Friday ;for ,Washington,' to meet this year in Lakeland, Decent*;

1 of Mieiasipplof attement'transfer' ,''or' promotion., .' Prior to.that time the where(he,.will.represent the i state,-'In RQWfecApfBOAT1 be'r.10,11"and.12., y,*'" -,* '* ''
Louisiana.-', ':(Only. persons. ,who .a re actual, bont fruitlwhloh' had been shipped had too the: ease of the">State .0": 1or4di''vs.The' It' '' / ,,1 Hon.. C .A.: Carton; i the p'reiVJtnl.v'- ;
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1 , ,residents of the States named much acid'and,too'' little'' sugar,.',con I '
auF Virginia of low above win"be admitted i to this! examin- tents.: ".SeedUngs';grangea are .ripe' I, : .Pullman' ,, Company.The.case: :: ; .CAPiIIiEDtlirildt.iL''nu: ;' li( Dr*, A,; JT.: ,Holt: is ,to ,preach the In.troductor7pe.rmon. X .
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; after.the chemical standard I United States and :,HUNTING'ATD: HEWt ,1ci.UVG t :
f t FWiaO'' ': time bad supreme court Mr tlat church of Kisslmmee} ha* u
t? _ICK. -." lv'kl expired November 5, some green fruit ;:TrunmelwiUargu.i[ ;! : ;,the"hN.'a'before eia. ;To;_1i" 'ACIMelvldDri l. \\h pointed / ji-i w. .
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r ,Ir., of C&Oro.r Goal. ; '..... .8rWE .....;:., PJorWa : BeVe* .the\.effort:*''to'stopjieshipments Gapt.BOM.b ; that kibWw.'I\ .. : and Mr*."+J. Hol4 hn. -
urn. of Idaho, ,, ---.H..A: _!'... ] .of'green'fruit.from.:Florid ' in whi Ji .p. _Pollman PfflnMjtiayJh..rav , Of A. Tesmesee;, } .. the 'A4PI '
of "7 M"
of Nevada, 'TIMtrN; "; ,hn.. b.en trying .*, have.: been ueeeasful' a* he .d.. Isls bJ'.tM payment of.ofjheHtiBe en *tIII taPullman if .. pr: upent''etalsraoer

a2 me, of Idaho.-- disoover; someone. who'can t make claresmuch; .lea green fruit went out can M io tMi stnler.A ,. + ,};=:
road, .; .. this;.rear,:as'compared; ;wlthJ Jt'ir"LeaaWs : W. ... ,
good brick ou. .Florida >saod 1 ,r ""'' ""ff J .1' : \ snMsif' I '**
and other materials-found within,tno .. 't! ) ffi
borders of the state. The. News favors :, i .Coaiiaerclal.ExiilMtAnnouncement ." .. '. : ; ,: ...... . '_' ., ... 'eibu. : JI'rWa-: =

bonding every; foot,?of .land, to ,,/ I li Just being. -.i inEufauid i holt .... .. Ii lee'Ms |ia|. flip .... eteewL *Sd
i5k .have brick road throughout the state : of mn Imperial ....tIon,to 810,000,...... an.' ...
if this can be done. 1b.TTOPICaI. be held. in London for six'_taM of '... audl
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San sent ''out soout I and. aays'that' the yea*; l'#,o., TM .exhihitioo; I*. organised ..-at .; ,
they have discovered a man.:who can for 'strengthening. the.com: :fI.r I..m _
do the trick in. the person of. Prank merci tie;; between Great, .Britaia, f ; : be M'
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k Mr.Spencer Spencer. who
road brick, and brought some samples -' ,\ ... ' t,.r J.II .. ',., .,I' i r.. .. I t.1 . .... . .'.', ...
the "
to Tropical Sum of flee ,which. the t'

1 1 editor Spencer says%i. 'on convinced the ,right him track.that? ;Mr' , ,-,.;";.,..,.//.i"1. '. ; .. .'.". "I'I' :'",' ""., '" 1" "'".'''"'' ;" ,, '" :,f,,.;,:... ..;, .' ..,....I.J'::.. i.;.,' ., ,,0( I .,
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B.. t* Bend few Sewera.: 'IMaJ ,

The election on Tuesday reedited : .," t' . '.;" .. . .. ., '.r"
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in an overwhelming victory: for bonding ' ." .> '. .' '. .,J .

the city for: _... to eoaatnMt a ,. .. .. .,...//-l, ,
modern '''sewerage system, nkow* as 'r' < ,I't ; "
the septic tank system. .. The eleetien ,, k' : 'I"b, ". r -: -";1" .
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was a quiet but earnest' affair.- and J'0'
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c reob- enemies brought of to the the bond fore proposition.the friends.and''The O !5 filii, :Whsn ron. know the' 'truth,: of thl* atafoittOttt' "you 'wl tttfco ;,.;; : l" ,

worid over, but had later the made bond a .lea supporters aopen flght scared, but they ST6l _0". 'tmajtty ottered' ." the Siafl :...... ., !lio};: :",'J.
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kly u ear iIvlrstiliy in our own vote until 1 against the polls the closed.propoaition.2l.vote.But ,the small, Paitdtt. ': > lor. which. wo .>.i.. soiling aganta tri this Motion.:;';, I,,n :;nx 'i

i, (RiM of JewidMl was a surprise to both" sides..,<., The ._ (z I 11 + Ev.Iy''owner likes to hnvetheilr ,houao* "' v " ,
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Ii Christmas test best?of but good it t was tooling+''.a''' pervaded hard and the,eariiemtone. 'con-' .r. ' t : look clean and'...... ... and ,nothing ,.adds ,:to: tho:. apwpoaranco > .

Eustia Lake' ,w.,. r caesmaad of ,, than ..
Region.. proporty moro paint. ,
that w* havcy I .,. .... .. good ,: , ..:; ; ::< ,
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gift selection +.<.0> ..+.. . 4. "..OV0 .STAG'.......... PAINT "J ..M w. stand bohind, ':tho,, claims, : the STAG s..IP:9",
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Ow previous effort*.- .; .1 .0 " '-A : .
.ea rare collection of 4. J ..ROEAUE l :- 4 .' ''All'] ',, patntelook t. t. ',alike. eJ1' r aare P1'pa"riid.to. ';" dolivor': nYruautltY'd..lr" : ,: ,' I\:' : !
tavtistic Jewelry; f In' s.\ +J.,! ' :'J':'
color. "
'when they' are first + any JT "fi '
; l Watches,, 04+0i. 11' + : ap- 1 ,
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when with ...
yaf'ssitirt'paintinp '' +
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(!! : us thirtkl'whiRC; : : ;
I' Mr.'B. f",Coati i has 'bean "having;. bad j > the quality \ "
A Is, etc. luck He h.d'a. fine'three year' old ,i Stag Paint I. r.1;' ;;this:moans in> saying-rTWO! GALLONS OF, PAINT\' FROM' :I I: .
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., horse that he-refused; to ,Jell for ; '
r $160to :
fora t e M choice of practical ; ::" .,ONE. ; ; V'f ;
N die as a result of injuries believedto : f/ :,
Tiro"w
have been inflicted by a eow.' i- users because: ,.., ". ,,' r '
.1" iI , $;
Mr Cobb is "" .*/
clearing hisland, and i superior wearing '\. ..:, 'ft J : .
when he get* it.planted to grapefruit ties and durable , '('r h}r\-r r ., : ti .
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will have a place valued at 20000. ; ; :l,# '
Mr. B. F. Cobb Sri, and B.'' F. Cobb, "Oar I1o.,7Kak1s ,iOSS 'Grave'

Jr, were in town last week. r.: ii.! .
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I t wl Gapt. B. F. Cobb ia reported to be te "1 '" \I::
........ to Mia E. A. Simmons, and I lJ .._ The Store that Aprsqi fbie tV 1 .:
tiM waddbw ia ejcpaetoaVtoaiBewr soon. .. : ' ",i .,
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Two desiratu, Interestmgews; Items '- '.e.
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)iota;'Qne, of wfilA 'Is :' corner-let. 5 b. 'J.I 1. a ,
:r'T.CRINER .
These -
lots '
and electric are light on line the.. 'Located water tewer three \ From All, Over Ithe &. .'SIEVE '
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'j0 and one' half block,from Broadway, I ,
and V* blocks from ,Osceola High '
sctfoolv .Just ''the place for a fine I .__ 0.--, i REALTY;: COMPANY
hom.' We are offering then lot for The annual ..County, Teacher's Institute known.' The mill was ,.
a short time at'a very,low price and was in session in Arcadia Saturday SimiWhidden'e' .... ; ,
on easy term. Call and we will show of last, week.] Prof.. W. L.Bucholz. eaught' 're Saturday, Prairie Land t.M1j: r J .5
them to you. : of Tampa was in charge/'of were' 'extinguished Orange.. Groyea Higti JHaimnpckTimber '
39tf H. M. BREAKER &. CO. the work About one hundred teach*. damage was 'done. It "': Lands. Lands'', at all Price: *' and on Eaajr Tetnw. I ;'
I ere' ar. employed in the' county and sparks dropping from ' + ..
foleeJHeme'Close to Lake. the board insists that. they all attend i "
era r. No. 460A new )- the Institute. pen aeo1a-wi'iii'r: 2,000 acres Stock Ranch will exchanfe laH\ yahe
two *Ja'r?* Iota, 50 '* 164 feetroteach- I, The county schools were suspended few weeks ago a' tt
splendid well of artesian water; ftf- ", during the institute! and the teachers in the First National for other real estate ,-;- .:-'' .! :..w-
teen bearing: orange trees. Call and are paid for their, time If they cola pleaded guilty\ '- r
'........cakes e **bctfl see thlll proposition. price 1200. : attend. States, Court to the .S -acre.Ora., Grove, will(trade lor' "half ralac, ; ', .

aver bread. and pies you 24tf H. M.. BREAKER & CO. I.. from the bank on for other real estate balance ea.,,paJlDeab -;'- \ ' (,:',J,
1 | did strand the uses Sanford-At meeting of the Com'merclal Sheppard sentenced him n r '

,\Vhite+ Clover' Flour ty division Club came here in last for S.turda1coun,a lions, share in Washington the federal. KISSIMMEE .1'' FLORIDA, f ''i i 'l''l'tt. ?'' ', '

Get 'the Habit of'the discussions. 'A majority is becoming 'N .-:
cause i r" .
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the tavs It it more bet more than enthused with the Dattona-Slm- ; ''.,I'd
lerthan rnos'any other Mourl'Jan SMOKE suggested division'of Orange, county, inent and wealthy l' ; '',;' '
I guess my mama knows. :Boone's' Steps have been taken to have a large Daytona,' and his ,, "I'1
?Sali&lacUon guaranteed. Straight.. .number.QL amphle rlnW4..., givingin were terribly injured
iA trial will convinces detail nail the facts and figure in horse''ran away Sa\ ; r
''YOUR Made in Kissimmee reference the taxed! ,' JI4IW'ter.ritory ,,the i Foyes livery, oft : a
GROCER HAS it49.2t. The "Cigar with tie Real Taste and every. point in ''connection .with nue. '' DOllED [LtllJEW$ INSURRKCEN fJllorti'C 3 ..F
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the proposed division, in order that all Later -We learn that
Box trade solicited the people can become thoroughly familiar ' died.as a'result of his. r tt
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Look for Union Label. with, all the conditions, Th OUMt; and Lutwt |nranuiM.Ac.iey In o.aa County : ", n. t
Green Cove Springs !LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH ,,.
A disastrous fire occured at Noc- Claire, the largest ..t'.orva he .k ... ,;,:,\
- -- atee, four miles south of Arcadia.last in the South' was '.f ,.-.. .. ..
KfJK week. The blaze wasjn the crate department first' time by .! r',,: '
1 of 'the King Lumber Company night, and presented >' ) .
.. I and a large lot of material ,wai picture as the St. \ .' CARSON, President N,.C.: BRYAN, Secretit7;' ,
DANCING CLASSESunder destroyed. The exact' Joss la not, flected the picture far '

[ > ?r. direction of stream.William, The Cullen large Bryant Waters & CarsottU

MRS./J./ D. WOODBECK Truck and Citrus Ftult Land. and write of Florida ,
atFIREMEN'S No. 462-seven ,and one-half acres giving qualities of the j>
HALL of the best truck and fruit land in an attractive feature /
.a v3 Kissimmee Park., This: land is in .Grocery
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Monday Evenings. '. 7:30: to 9:00 proximity to the lake. Call"on us and I Tarpon Springs- Company
Thursday . 7:00: to 8:30 we will put you in touch with the enjoying a period of ,
owner; you candeal direct with him. I Indicated by the report
LESSONS FIFTY
CENTS EACH rr4"
This property is offered at a great reduction G. E. Noblit of the Wholesale and Retail Dealers:in 10
Private Instructions if desired at from what Jand in this localityis i Hardware Dealers, who
special rate. selling for of the leading
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Tampa Property U the Bert Investment I 24-tf H. ,M BREAKER &; CO. 1 Pinellas county in-' QRO.CERIE& : I
in Florida 1 Noblit'a report shows # _
W.bur,or wll developed builnau proportlw Home 1 ness .is averaging 12 _t.
City or Suburban. BulMlnv' LoU and Subur Sale. a year' ago and that .
ban F.rm and Trucking Land Writ or wwi.. No. 469-New modern 6-room house, about the same all over : e
Tampa Bay Land Company G GBfiffloiiE THROB SHOP located on Emmett stret, one block largely to the .0.00. .. . .... . .; 000000000 .. ...., ..4'>*4>
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Amu-Ion Nail Bank Bid.I.*. went of Court House. Electric,lights, operations. 1 ,:O 0 "'t.
TAMPA FLORIDA bath, toilet and lavatory. Lot 1474xUTVi .- WE SELL: i._ 'WE BUY, '-P! ,-
411l INDIES' \ feet. Several young orange In the annual report .; O 0' . .
AND GENTS' SUITS and grapefruit trees in. the yard. This East Coast Railway ; >0 HIDES. .
Made to Order property is located in the very best year closed June 30, GRAIN, a ,
resident section of the city, close to J. R. Parott.says the &'! 0'"', FURS,
also I court house, post office and business '.0- ill II
THE TOP NOTCH PRICE revenue was $4.426,935, FERTILIZERS, ,
section. Price 3700. Terms on part. $246,657 over the ; 0 WOOL,
FOR CITRUS FRUITSis Cleaning sod Repairing Neatly Done 24tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. operating expenses ,SHINGLES, 0 \. .
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increase of $513,370 o .' .j'
assured only when the fruit I ir- - For Sale an thirds of which was i 'ORANGE BOXES >0 41! ,AND j''

properly wrapped packed, etc. Splendid team of mares, 6 and) 6 in wages, -etc., and the aO 0 '.' r .
years old, well broke, kind and gentle the increase in the I WRAPS, 0. 0 ','. -At %
Good '
quality wrapping paper; The New ; also wagon and double harness. five miles of main . -
nice clean crates constructed so 'Enquire of Nelson Realty Co., John Knights Key and Key VEGETABLE CRATES. .0- ,I > .. ;,COUNTRY, ";' .
as to CARRY and reach destination H. Payn. 25-tf the Increased cost-of '. '' ' ' -
In good condition. into operations., CRATE NAILS, *,. ." PRODU
Home "
Bakery' Splendid Residence Lot. Ratio .of operating '
OUR STOCK No. 463-Fine large, vacant corner I gross earnings was 00000000000000 V : :400000,000'10.: 0 .
lot, 80x147 Mi feet, close to lake. Splen- II Net earnings were $1. t,.. . .
of did location good neighborhood We deducting from that '
ROYAL1WRAPPING1 PAPER DARLINGTON AVENUE are offering this large lot at the very hire, of equipment We sell field and garden aeeda ., all kinds.. '
CRATE MATERIAL low price' of $400 cash. H.: M. mortgage bonds due We give special attention to nit lag out hunting and. camping
Makes as-good BREAKER & CO. 16-tf etc., there was left'$ Free delivery In city limits Phone 1t//.. 12., r
CEMENT.COATED NAILS be carried to the credit We are county agents for good, ertillxera.. ak'f.r"dJ'ulan1'

IS'THE LARGEST IN THE STATE BREAD The ladies For of the Episcopal)' Dinner.church 10... en .fertilizers.: ., '+

and m.ets'all the requirements of will bave a sale of home cooking at Finding, it p;:;; __
the fruit and vegetable paeker, I .PIES' Dann &_ann's grocery' store each: to longer withstand'the ;
Saturday afternoon the first sale being mands made for 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 d'1 i 1 1 1 1.1_MI+4-t- _
held the 18th,'at .2 4'r
tomorrow p. other internal
AH Orders Shipped PromptlyA CAKES m. The articles offered for sale will city council of Miami '
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be specially prepared by the ladies submit to the people a "
Full Stock of Tents.. as any Bakery in Florida; and everything will be first class. A the raising of ; : EVERY.... THURSDAY 'EVENING: : .:AT
committee of ladies'will be in attend- to put the various funds
ance. The sale is for the benefit of that the improvement 'FIREMEN'S, '
ALL NECESSARY
WE FURNISH --" --;- .
the church. .. '
tinue, and also to take "'
SUPPLIES FOR PACK .J. H. REED Proprietor tinue, and also to take, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M M 1 1 1 1
>' ING FRUITS AND VEGE FOR RENT algna for sale at this ing warrant indebtedness..
.TABLES. office 10 cents. each.: -
To Rid State of Cattle
,--' Dr. Joseph Y. Porter,

E, BEAN & SON CO officer attention is of very the-desirous citizens FINE INVE"STMEN\

the live stock '
4 Riverside. Viaduct BAN
STATE OF RlSSIM-fflEE at the University of
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JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA villa on December 17-19 : .'
,At this convention it BUY NOW SELL THIS WINTER {
,..11& Oldest Kink In Osceola County have.a conference with \\ .
tive of the Bureau of ,.AT. .A LARGE INCREASE '. ... .
'of the U. S. .
'Depository For try & '..- 0
'UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. :. STATE OP FLORIDA* ment on tho subject of .
.,\ COVNTT. OF. OSCEOLA, ,CITY. /' Or_KISSIMMEB., tion among the cattle \ The far-ar'.t.t... w1a. newpU are baying Real Estate NOW,
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At.this meeting'in; We offer M an inreatment the following list of property U he
''TITLE ''Capital'Stock Fupr'Paid ?_:; .____..__.._________.:$50,000.00.Surplus Board of Health will .. .. a whole. at afcavt two-thlrda lU actual nt... and ew airy. ( i i' '

. '..._______:. _.;..?...___......,/,..*....._.....;...__.' 30.000.00 aired attend that for as'the many bureau of payaaenC The laaprored,property Included Is tko Hat being. ..'

'GUARAiNTYCOMPANYv ,Stockholder Liability.;..,.*__-,_____i*.._._._...__ .50000.00 dustry ia certain that rental of 69.00 per'Month. -v "'S' .. ,.'

.% .....Depositori. Security .,__>.v_.,...._____.._____...$130.000.00, may' be presented to.it <. .
economic advantages . .One nine-room Isaac,with bath and.electric llgnta t.i. fronting er ,

,. IlffEREST'PAII) IN.SAVINGS DEPARTMENT presented which the cattle will be, brick paved street renting 'lor'420.00' per mentk.Thiseasily prep, ..tp
eradicating ,
worth $2. 00.00. F
SAFETY EPOSITIOXESFOR, RENT. the, 8ta>e. 4. r ""

..,... 4' Guarantee*! the'Title. 'to. Lands I C A.:Carte*, t.Jas:'M. LIe '". Liz,1 N.. I. Car..., Lettuce-at FlTe-roem cottage and bath, nearly new, saodern In erery i
,Prepares Merebaatable 'Alnatraets President. Vice,, President* 'Sad Vic..Presb, Cashier The Sanford Herald on large lot, fronting .. brick paved atreet'renting' for 'I'

.f Title to Timber andC.loaIzst1oa the lettuce crop at that ..ntll..: Woald be,cheap at 9UOQ.OO.. ";", g. "
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; Tracts, snywherein'Florida Sanford noted for, 'FI" -r o. cottage;'on targe tot, fronting on brick'pare-

.. !' I that every"year baa water connection 'House rentUg for $10.00 per ment ; r
this section famous Is '
if purchased would
property separately _cost $1,230.001; :
'In the world
est section
fr: _, FIRE LIFE,: ACCIDENT; ing and shipping'of< 'II- '
,' l' ; This week theNViII. Four-room cottage,' located?:on ,large,i.,lot, :frontlag

': lOUd car loads' of this j ,pared street renting for'$10.00 per.month., Easily,..
Titles, to Citytot's'EXAMINED ; ..INSURANCE !: 'yes. Best Companies I go north to tickle the Two cott.'brI..f In" .rent.i- : ." {

:PROMPTLY.: __ _____ _. _.._ ? .. _.._ rJT _' ___ ....___ ._-Ij.j_ .- J-i __ rich-and poor alike :' 'a ,' of" $14.00 perm.. "
.| n t f r. 3 f r- j__ -- -- t- L r- VOne'cottage ,
'tv : 1 f f '! ( : "" ? *.>flH *TW MM MM. while bringing the &'!' $800.00. ,
4s::' 'Why Dot .aM the aamoe jood Judgment in buying profit i* low enough ., '
: r _," ,. by the ''millions' in the rented to colored;;(people, rentingmonth. f
,'1' y,+/. Insurance',that you do in buying' gouda- for jourstores Just at this'' time,, '' .' Worth: ,$500.00.' ..., p''. '.
'LEWIS O"BRYAN( Manager,, or clothes foryour; family?,;' vegetables at the north '
On.. ll Interest 144 'eatd
killed the succulent In city lots, each lot
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looks mighty good to
'now daaU'I"creaai.
and.. values" are cr, . ...
iJ, b. .r DONEGAN AGENCY purehILMra'of'yegetabl.Lettuce has, been: close In'resident'lota- ARTHUR E. INSURANCE : ;Two.. worth $500.00'each.lnveitlgateandyou ,j
. and $1-50) f.o.b. anfor j :' : ;'J, i
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j( tinue to. bring-a, good, find
Building will that'allVf'properties'worth'at
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Head Office \,:Blsbee ;
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q D. G. WAGNER the ''weatherremain ,
Manager as '
a low estimate 14850.00,.
'JaeksonTlUe; Fla.; BraneheetKissimmee lettuce this season is ] r
: '&( ". , Fla.,'.Frt..,Myers,', ,'I. .. finest ever shipped. from thing in the above schedule.for thesum, ,of 99,,]

t I la...,Areadia,. Fla.. ; the and buyers willing-a to,..pay on the the buying now will! reap large profit vWe "

:t,' ,. ';" platform.,' : else have two well locatedTery >. ..... ,l ; .
li" ,: 4rl ri Usually the 'good' best part ef the.business, .,district,..whl, -. '
.' i',:Grave;Covers and. Vaults a:SpecialtyBRONZE i Thanksgiving good hsipments time! )came $$,25 .OO, ,

140' weather and the -early ,, ;'We will be pleased; to hare ,oli'falla
,: .004000, OOOt. : ), VH1TE.: ; season have conspired . ,
' 4// J Is the:most1' enduring 'monument growers ,a present .. 000000* "$
'' ., 'WANTED. : : Fng business assumes a '

'. 'jtiade... Will' not get :moss-grown I ahipments, and,good M. 'BREAKER' '
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"* A list of your town or,couni A ous phase.., .
I *, ,IVY property, that: ,.you jfrish"! crack;! of:crumble'.. Is,more,;' artistic, ; V ....;;
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aoIL'' 8hlppl.Florlda ;
I, *. , No' commission: tinless sale. ,* 'and, less expensive.. ." Ft. Headed-Durranc
': .. .Ia,mad. w -s.,. .' shipped more than 5,000 wf
Writs and will call.JOHN .
me: \
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'.' '. KISSIMMEE :I also from Winter, q -returns' and bes P .,
H.'PAYN -. p" O
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Use the' "Want
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TOSING L at reditaii'' Factor: partition and ..!* At by thefudge : PHYSICI.ur..I' *OII N:
'ft: \}. .CLUB. i wren. wuh to,buy a. IL v of the Circuit Court of th..Seventh vOfflOo l I ., . .'...,

_ :\ . ; I In High Cost of Living for.0.ceotO\Judicial Country Circuit and of florid b.ued'qut' In and of orer'Q oeoJa'Ptt.-ac1" '

.. TAilO SIKfTAILORING') : said Court 'in a cay.etherein, pending 1'lIONE.I: I Residence,b$ I
.'- AutomobileRepaired wherein Lawrence L. Barlow !. com- J0fflca 14S.. -
= '" I plainant. and ludora A. Heard and '.
(. PINE I John <). Heard, nor husband aro re
x',1 4ND'' REPAIRlNU : I Consumers who pay cash for the towns the retail merchants conduct l.cond.ut.1;, th" undersigned Comml.I . WJNN;
; merchandise they purchase from the I their business in a way that absolute. ?Chancery will sell to tbs WL.
.t, Or ALL KINDS t : Or Lave your ..t..1 iI. retailer often have declared that a ly forbids reasonable atthe I, hlithrsC>and beat bidder for cash. at '
f ,, a good profit I uubllo PHYSICIAN: '
i . "autlon at the front door of the .
: 'j'1 '"TV i ii-pU", I flirt .'.i-;,;, . I large part of the amount they pay is I end of each;year, I Court: House In'' Klsslminea, Oaerola- "
:."Cail.aPor.nd Delivered added to the prices of the merchandiseto When, however;the end of the year County, Florida on TUBaDAT. THE! Office 2nd Floor Willson BuUdiny I"RcaiDSHC

|T' PHONE 61 : repay the retailer for the losses I comes round and they find 'they have 1: during I7TH OAT the 0V tiour DECEMBER. of 1 sale. to. 111.' the PnoMi-Sf.. x_...... J/I .
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Orncs Prone I'LOMOA
suffered In bad debts for goods sold made no money they easily persuade I followingdescribed real estate the

INK. Dl}KjB. ,i .J;>.Proprietor. ,i i iItMHH.tMM on credit. When this statement is themselves that the profit on the individual property of the said Complainant. Lawrence \fi'
o .' made to the retailer .commonly items i Is not-large enough. They :' tti'Harlow; and said Respondents. jR. DBWITT: T;, UGHTSEY ;
Isadora A. Heard And John Q, Heard.
retorts that the bad debt.falls can find no fault with their method of her husband situate ln said Osceola PHYSICIAf/
: upon him and not upon the cash customer doing,.business because they have always County Florida, towlttBeginning OSTEOPATHIC

Got.GRIFFIN'S in the form of high prices. done business in that way. The Lot one (1).at Block the northeast L, of Uobt.corner 0..'of.' ,Residence Phone 274 -

? The practice of selling on credit Is only recourse,''therefore, is to push up Addition to the Town of Klaalmmee .Office Phone 9$ ,
' carried to the greatest extent by the the price. In order to increase the City' Florida run west sixty-six (II) Rooma'3' and 4 ,* .

; 1WGRIFFIN 'GARAGE country retailer in his ,sales to the margin of priflt.=American Lumber.. feet nine, thence(ISA) feet south thence one hundred east slxtr-slx twenl 1 State Bank Bid's: Klatimme. Fla.

farming class. In fact, to the pn- man.. .I;1'TILE; call) feet and thence north one hundred
.''>1.1-' looker the use of credit by the farmer twenty-nine (136) feet to the place of Ii
,, amounts to an abuse. Generally bealnnlnstogether/ with the buildings DR. B. D. .WIENENGA!
.Stiple.and FancyGRCERIES
situate thereon, with all and singularthe
the merchant sellsto
speaking, country
PEANUT hereditaments, tenements and ap- '
_ the farming consumer' on six urtenancea thereunto b..lonaInaand VETERINARIAN;
: : months' time and the farmer pays his t._ every right. title and Interest;, legal or I- f STOCK TREATED FOR .,
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: : : equitable of the ,aId lAwrence. !,, B4 -. I- -_u_. t
bills semiannuallyrWhilethetime -The- peanutdldnotbecome "of 'ALL.1nSEASES"lht'P.
-
low and laadora A Heard and John Q.
\ .. .. of paying varies in different localities commercial importance.in the Unit- Heard, her hu.bandyof.frand{, to the ). r
Sprigg Fleming for the purpose of this article the ed Spates; until about the year 1870: aame.S', H.BUMvOCK. .::...., iu ORLANDO. FEA.

.FtaDeIivtry dates of payment may be'assumed as Since then the growth of the peanut JA8. M. JnHNHTON.ARTHUR .
r to all Parts January 1 and July, 1. Many retail industry has been gradual until in K, NK.(1AV.. L. BRYAN - -

\" rof..the City CLEANING merchants have not sufficient capitalto 1908 the commercial value of this If.Complainant's D. 'JKIUER, Solicitor Commissioners.: 48-41 DR..r. ,
"
PRESSING carry their own purchases six, product amounted to $12,000,000, and DENTIST-,
u months. In most cased, they are during the'recent years the area of \
.
a.. obliged to the wholesaler in production of has increased !. the Til-cult Cawrt ., DYEING pay peanuts greatly -
... .. .. Clrenlt of <.. "<.!.. .f Klor- '
I thirty, sixty or ninety days. Conse- especially throughout the Ida ls> sad f.r o**la c:....,.> ;New York Avenue. '
. REPAIRINGLeave quently the retailer must go to his warmer parts of the country. lHA: .;>',C'KHViIfMBtvr ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
,I' P I' ...... Cumtfmmr. s .ll..ra"taUor >
bank and borrow money. to meet the The value of the peanut, both asa |..ratla., (.'...lalaMajt
:iJ : demands made on him. On these money crop and for feeding on T.. J.- W SIMPSON '
LG..HOWARD
; word ft my home,,nod clothes loans the interest charge is from. 6 the farm renders it. especially desirable AmaMd* ... -Oauld. "..p...>... DH ,
will be cHed and returned. It appearing from the affidavit of
lor
,
cent of the rotation where-
'v" 1 per as a part Solicitor
for Complainant herein duly DENTIST. .
up.Mistaken Charity.No ever conditions suitable to'. its development , flied, that Amanda J. Uould. Respond*
ft.-; ""r:Hanger and Painter : : Satisfaction Guaranteed complicated mathematical calcu- 'ex'lst.Most l ent herein, resides beyond the limits. Upstairs In Katz Building
!
..,.-- ....- . r' lation is needed to show that the retailer -, persons think of the peanut of the la State at of SterlingIn Florida) that the her State resilience of- OJ'P'ICB t 9.a.. m< to 12.m.
",f''I' II . is in fact paying interest on as it appears for sale at the news' Illinois; that she I. over the age' oftwentyone OURS, r i:30 to 530p.: m.

a work.rlCuarant.d < ......,..altiu/k" Tat .A money .which he in turn is lending to stands, but during recent years yeara; and that there Is no Telephone No. .70 Jun 5, 1 vr
t the
In
: his farmer customers without interest many new lines of consumptionhave 1 I person Stale of Florida upon
r..J whom the service
of
i(I thinltlBf: of,faavio| any done, ; M. TILLER So far as the transactions between been! found. In addition to the .. be binding upon said subpoena Respondent.. would Its DR W. W. CARSON
notify tbronf the .1+I him and his farmer customers are great.quantity of peanuts sold.in the thereore.ordered. that Amanda J.uould' :
i i me P.0.
; concerned the merchant is practically shell each thousands of bush- appear to the Bill of Complaint
,
year, DENTIST
\ Real Estate Agency. p filed In the above cause. on or before
handing over to the farmer money els are shelled for use in the manufacture Monday the 6th day of January A. 13.S .

e #: :w.4Jap.HOWARD, I" .. 17.lt( ,.,v d'i' 4 .............................. t which six months he gives without the farmer interest.the use of of confections and 1 food this\ >ta.Court.the earns otherwise being. the the alterations rule d.Y.or of Office over CoW;Jewelry'StoreiOfflce "

,F:. /, products. mid bill will be taken as confessed by Hours: 8-12, 1-5
4 Realty bought and sold d Nowadays in many localitieu! the The peanut is well adapted for said Office phone 154
;- Houses rented. farmer's iinancial condition is such use as a part of the cropping system IT IS FLJRTHER{ ORDERED that this "
ti '" 1 p notice be published for four consecutive Residence, 23 _
: < +t. *<"i', ' II I-H-t"M-+t' Taxes paid and Titles ver- that he either has a bank balance on in the Southern States, especi weeks" In the Klaalmmee. Valley Gas administered for extraction of
teeth
: t which he is receiving interest or-he hasa ally on the cotton and tobacco lands. Uasette, a newspaper published at Klsslmmee. -
r k 'ified for non-residents. I credit at the bank that would en-I Soils that will not produce over a Osoeola County; Florida., :

} I a,CRAYSTONE il ilMl .. Fire, Life and Accident In- L able him to borrow money at as a quarter of a bale of cotton 'to the the WITNESS Circuit Court R. O.and Johnston the seal"Clerk'thereof of DR. G. E. PARKER

; I. surance. I' rate of interest as the merchant him- acre can be made to yield a fair this '1st day of 'November, A. P. 11,

'. Indemnity Bonds. self pays. In many cases however, crop of peanuts at a very low cost It., (1. JOHNSTON.Clerk DENTIS1'OFFICE
,,_ + the farmer leaves his money in the for growing. Comparatively few Cli-cut Court. OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY -
y. ); c All TIll YEAR ....................._ ... _...... bank and buys on credit thinking that persons realize the value of peanuts (Seal) 48-41. Office Hours

_). k' >t.50 to 3.60 per day, the small interest he draws op his I when used as a farm crop, especially : 8:00 1:00 to 12:00: Noon
to 5:00 P.
.1 balance or the interest he would be when the product is fed to livestock In Court of'County Judge State of : If.
;3 X H-y Special by week or month. his loan is saved the and
farm
obliged to pay on by on eventually Florida. of Osceola.In
County .
r t. JA V 'UJUl, rr...' LLPNTER. Np.q ; making\ his purchases on credit. I I returned to the soil in the for mof B DERBYSHIRE. M. D.. .,. ,'+
'. + DR. WM. HARPEROSTEOPATH The recital of an incident that re manure. re-vfltate. Henry T. KIstirnM.Notice >
< ***.t **+*++tit 10 I hereby Riven, to all whom It may
transpired in the of rule the does best
j cently store a reI I As a peanut on concern that on the *Hn day of January. A. l b. '
tail merchant in a prosperous middle a sandy loam with a well drained lulU. I Mull apply to the Honorable ueo. K.Parker Special attention given to the
will I. or bin ......,...or in 0111.....Judge of paid treatment of Women and
western agricultural community clay subsoil but the be
ii .. crop may Cc>art. SB Juris. bf Probate for a nftal d.... Children.
: \illustrate the foUy of this method of grown under a wide range of soil charge .. A.lmIDI.t..uor..f the..ntate.f Henry
L IK. DUZOB STECIALIST IN doing business. A farmer customer of conditions. Soils that become hardor Manforil..', deceased; and that at tue Mine
CHRONIC DISEASES time I hall preteiit to lie Mid Court. m, flnalecouucr Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 194
I the retailer whose account had been compact are not adapted to pea as Administrator of mid Kilate and 24-3moepd
_ running for about six months calledat nut growing, owing to the inabilityof ..11101' heir abl'o"a"W.

I'r CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE the store to pay his bill. The the pod stems or "pegs" to pen- < .Administrator.J. SEARS P. A. VANS AONCW. w. s. caAwroao"yANS

farmer was a liberal customer and the etrate the surface. A soil having a Dated July. S''. A. D. 1 felt ul t-..mm..
KISSIMMEE. FLA. amount of his indebtedness was con- suitable mechanical consistency is AGNEW t; eRA WI<'OR'DA'M'ORNEYS.AT.LA.W.

TUE3QAVS.THURSQAVs.ATUROAVSOFFICE. siderable. Consequently. when the the first essential. Soils lacking in
sal Estate CKNTAL HO TEL Notice of Administrator.In .
merchant received it in a lump sum, fertility can be improved by a

naturally in a 'way felt obliged to er cropping ..y.telTor\ by the judicious Court of ,the County Judge. Bute of Florid.
PHONE :399 II '\ ORLANDO FLA.Fruit show his appreciation and he accord use of manures. The clmatic Oeola County.: Offlras: 34XCltlaen' B.nit Building
f. -
la of J. rl
re estate Oliver r* -rtNotkx Kissimmee
ingly made1/ substantial discount requirements of the peanut are a la hereby clven. tall whom It may concern Florid
from the face of the bill. long season without frost, 'a com- that, Uie: 27th day of January, A. D. 1618 l .
Fc.r'f MME'FLORIDA: New Custom Established paratively light rainfall during the I shall apply. to the Honorable (>-. F. Parkas D. GEIGER.
Judre of .idurf. aa Judveof Probate for annaldiaehars H.
j..vfT t -,.- and Truck Land Standing near at the time of the growing period, abundant sunshine, aa administrator of the estate of .
.We have five and ten-acre tracts in transaction was another customer who and a high- temperature. The 'peanut 1_ K. Oliver deeeaaed: and that at the aame ,

Liberty Park the,most desirable suburban also was a liberal purchaser but who is slightly more susceptible to time I of will said present eetate my,and naal ask aeoouat for their aa approval.administrator ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .

property on the market which paid casH for all purchases. After the frost than the common bunch bean WILliAM U. OASTKK.: ,
+ II. Oil L LOCK we are offering for your consideration farmer had left, the cash customer and requires a somewhat longer season Dated. July twin,.A. U. Jel l.. Adminl.trator.HI Office State Bank BuildingKlsslmmee. ", .'

at': prices that are attractive. We said: "How about this?, I buy prac- for its development. The Span Imo omoJVOTICH Florida ?

will be pleased to show these tracts to tically aq! much as that customer and ish peanut will mature in ninety 'TO CMKUITIHIS.

prospective purchasers at any time. pay cash for all my purchases but' days under the 'most 'favorable 'con- KRIBBS "
!. Tent* .ir .h.r CeejBty .......,- GF. 'I\-\ .! r ,
Do notfail to see this, property before never get any discount. Now if that's ditions, but one hundred and ten to state ef Florida. .. 1 jAf''' ." <. """" ...
ST 1'ENNNNa. '' 'purchasing, as It has the advantagesof the way this ',buying 'on credit works one hundred and twenty days shouldbe !. .re Ke<.(..> ef 0..1. C....). ATTORNEY AT LAW -\KiaaiMtiEE. FLJi
"""' (,...1.. .. .......... D_._.
beingclose in and the best out charge account hereafter allowed. The large
on podded
varieties
very you may my
!
T all ... 'if ;
paved,road In. the county: .,convenientto and when I pay'semiannuallyyou require a longer period' for mil OedHer..........l.....!.. (,'1.1.UUtrlheteeaBBd .( Ue- Examinationof Titles a'specialyi; ,",, ..

: the city,' school and churches, Five may give me exactly the discount best results. *.uds.aaaMet ,vmt* .klmtmtmt .- Notification, and payment-of taxes 'of] '' ''
acre tracts $250 and $300. that you have just given .your credit The seed should not only be selected You. and each of you, are herebynotlfledand non-residents given careful.

24 tf.. H. M. BREAKER &'CQ. customer/' > 'from'-1 plants1 'that4 are'-mature; claims and demands requiredto which present you any or attention: - ,. \ ,

,, .. f .-. In this town lives an enterprising but from those producing a. large either .of you may have against the It
.. < l' lumberman who*has been doing business number of mature pods as .well. By estate 9' Charles Edward Franklin deoeased G. JOHNSTOh '
-,Big Bargain in aJiome late of Osceola.County. Florida, ROBERT :
t in the community for about five doubling the number of well filled to the' utdersla-ned aflmlnlstratrlat of .
Spfendid new six-room house just years. Shortly after, the lumbermancame pods on each plant the 'YIeld for said estate, within tw oyears from. the il i/
'Inside,city,: ;; uncle, fine deep well, lot to town he introduced a custom each acre will also be doubled. In date hereof. I'

'fjt Le-v.Solicltai. t contains: two acres o* ground, good 'of stamping each bill as delivery was planting the large pod varieties .;"it Listed H. October'M. BREAKER SOth A., D., '1917. I ATTORNEY AT LAWr-.

now; barn,i'wagon and buggy sheds, made about a, follows! is'very desirable that they be shelled KL.L.AM.. KMANKLIK. I o, ... ..,

".- .. and all under good new fence. Fine I i "The terms of this bill 'are as 101.. which should be done by hand. 43-tt Executors.NOTICU ,]I . KISSIMEEE. yLOROA: :,.
location1 tot'small truck'' garden or lows' ;'Two per cent'' discount''for Peanuts should be planted a trifle ;1-
poultry ranch!,.J.Thls.is a.Jine; proposition in CBEDITOItat LOUIS 0. MASSSV TJ nOTOH WABLOW' s
cash 'ten'days. Thirty days.net I.ter.th.n corn, or .beanB in row* ,30 ,TO Late Counaal for

Thompson i where, one will have, the free .\fter'thirty': 'days all book>'accounts toe 36. inches apart..and. 1 '.to.16 I. Ceeirt .f the f;...ty Judge Flerkut i}. R.Coram., ,Criminal Judcvoftba Csurt'ATTORNEYS ',
dom'of'tbe country;;)rer.doee enoughto bear interest at the rate'of 7,per cent inelles1apartlinlthe.rows.' \ On rich Miate .fFI.rldeF', !! .,
Y.,i yfr.t u, tr tr enjoy'all the' advantages of'theett".IIIIcb ; / MASSEy.a: WAR qiri"i'
aftvine'"willbe"greats I..r :
.
per annum oils, where the spread' e Eelat..1 O eeela < ea y. ; .
f P INERAL DI tECTOR411lCfiSEpMBAI.MER : splendid hip school, best As most of his customers were'.not : the. maximum';distance' between w..u U. Y.rmer' Ila.wsa.d.. ' i j

'' 'and' rnarketspchurchea, etc... Price $1500. \n\ the habit'of taking .advantage rows as well-as between plants T-->i.* all Crvdlterar......... ...;.atea.... CI.. Dta/rli.I..e... .( l>.. . 24-tf H. M.; Breaker a: Co.. the''ca.h discount and most of them ln? '

.1 .. : 1 1 in fact.allowed their, bills to run,six light sandy soil the>seed< should be .You, and each of you. are hereby Practice. all u.. Couch of ithw'i'tat' and of .' -

0 {' ') it.SCdurthou.:' I ; 'Modern -Up' to Date"Home i months'-; this lumberman ''introduced sown'from 1' 1-2T toi.Z.,: Inche', deep,- notified/ anddemands and required:: which to prsent.anyclaims you,, or .the.....United Coaunlaeloa.! as5J d.,'tIt..I.te..tate.CW-before! the 9'!rM ....... ;r '.

No. 464. *3500.-*New,\ modern the custom of sending monthly state About 1 1-2 pecks of.shelled Virginia either of, you, may have agalnitthe C nuI ee......' .
rw .f' ,f"iiOhlt:. six-room cottage bath, lavatory, hot ments. For the, first few months peanuts 'Will plant an acre., c' estate ,' of of W. H, Farmer, de.peasedlate' 11-U CHABLBSTOM BLOO.: 'ORLANDO. rLA.. .
Osceola County,' Florida. "
and cold water,.electric\ lights, beauti :after sending ;out these -statementshis ;The! essentials 'in caring. for the to the '.undersigned I executors said ; I .1. \ U f ri-; !i':

ful expensive mantels,, new, furniture, customers' came, to hie' office Indignant crop :'during the- curing period .are estate, .wthln: two' *years from the':date ,
r. at receiving what understood the be t' 'in hereof . .A.NDRE.JOHNSO; ; ,
I -- 'nice rugs. House furnished complete, they that peanuts kej small ,Dated November Itth. 'A. D. 1I1JV ,
'
ready for occupancy. 'Large lot, 83x to: be duns* and, in ,somewhat. tacks, given ,an abundance of air MATTIK iFARMER( 'ATTORNBY'AND < '
; Ciil .14134 feet, on which is 20 full bearIng belligerentR 'AT '
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'I t: d orange lrees. 'Located in three Change of':Views.' ,. ands injury from, animals.- Owing<.to Attorney, n 4Tt WiU State Practice in all Courts

t ''llas high'RraJequality.at } and a 'half' blocks: of-the .post of flee, The lumberman expected this! 'experience the' .fleshy ,.natureof the stems they . AN"' ..... Office 'and Federal'" .,
l i I on beautiful :Verona street in the 'very and was prepared for it.. To cure'quite slowly and are liable to An"Ordinance-Amending heetlon Twq adjoining Broadway
\ yon want in the best neighborhood. Call and let each customer he stated the question mildew placed in large lots.- Stor- Of'' .ordinance''\ entitled i An Ordl.nancetRequlring'th. ", ,Citizens Bank r> ,.Kissmme '

ERY LINE ( ua',.how.' )'ou; this beautiful home: 'something like this "That bill of ing in barns!'I. not: advisable,', either Hulldlnsrs: In the 'CIt.,. Numbering of '.of,. ... '
Klsalmmee. '
lumber you bought I paid for in each. when curing' for'market or V N.. Jaaw.s '
Terms on part of purchase if desired peanuts Floridaapproved May ISrd. 18111. a7 weOpaAa
,
24-tf, ,H.Mr-BREAKER.; & CO.; In order to ,pay fop. it'I was; obliged where( the entire plant. fed to *.tc.cl4.s ... It OnlalBed ky tae' CenBetl. .( the ', ', I --
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: to withdraw my money from the bank :,the crop, may/ be i handled more CI'r..r Section KtaajBisaeei 1. 'That Section. Two of art JENKINS 4f'WGODHAM: '
; where 1 received on my balance the .economically and a better grade of hay Ordinance entitled) "An.Ordinance Re.qulrlnir .
No 464-It certainlY'Is.exasperat 'same interest that you receive on your produced by putting it up In tbe small the Numbering of Buildings Inthe

.1 ing to see an. opportunity'of, making balance-.say, 6 per cent For all tacks, After the peanuts have cured I City of Klsslmmee: Florida I ," aptproved I, SURVEYORS. J :
bigri.; quick money;,and then not be ,, 'then the lumber in the tacks for four to' fit May41rd-l13. be, and the aameIs : \. ,'
r i wv *s, hereby amended.. M to !real a. fol_ X ..lmmee" Florid '
able to take-hold: of.,it, Wecan'tbuy that.I deliver to you ,was the same those Intended: for .feeding. ,to Stock lows: -' . ,
: all the good things( w* see, and we as its value in actual cash. may be placed In barns. "See.; .. On Streets. which Intersect . ',._- .
are ',willing torpass them along to Emmett street at right angles the numbers 'e,.
;:
.
"That is to say, I have drawn from >In Florida favorite way'to'sow, shall run from On. toward. the .; .... 'J
our friends J Here'sr a sure' one- my account at the bank a certain sum peanuts is to alternate row in a north,-and from One towards the
118 acres all platted ant ready tot' 'of' money and turned it over to you. corn field after ,the corn ,has got aouthf on Streets which Intersect Stew. MONEY BROKEH if
sale In five and ten acre tracts,.located 1 had left it ',In' I art Avenue at rich anirles the numba'rsshall
If tha bank would started and ..been cultivated( ,one or run from One (towards the West; New York Syndicate will Finance I t
within 134 'wiles of our passenger have received interest on it.: If I turn twice. ';The peanut plants are cut on Streets which Intersect Central /A venue Railroads, Wa_. tlaetrle. III.....-. TbmI
depot on and In close proximity to .It over to you it is only just that you for hay after the corn Is harvestedand ,at right angles the numbers shall loft Irrlaad.. @oed BH ....., .. .lOII..... '
) the best hard road In Osceola count,. should pay .me interest, on Its at. the hop are turned into the peanut run from from< One One towards towards i the the East West and and son .. app. fO. Q.'fHOr.lAeON. q
So.
We are. ;;offering'the traet'Inlabodyat same ,rate.,. field to fatten. 'Streets which Intersect 'Bro.. way the : BsprassnUtlvat; rTlfn-nurs. ruC.. .' v
a ...17.attractive price .No fur "However'I offer'to, pay you ahigher numbers shall run from One upward .. . '" ,...
ther to place it oa I on each of aald Streets In'each direction -
expense necessary rate of interest than you receive What. CouldHe DoT from Broadway. In the case of
tha- market In small tract. See us.. at the bank. If you will pay the "Spare roe'. penny, sir, please'" I,, any Street to which the, provisions 'of
U-tf.. H. ;M. Breaker&: .Co., bill in ten days after-yoU receive the The*clergyman-stopped .nd' looked this Section do not apply. the number + "
JnK shall be as directed by the 'Street "
< 9ri lumber I ,will allow you a 'discount of aroundHe gets a start of surprise. :Committee of the Council In all LOUIS A. SEARSONw

i Farm "for ,.Sale, 'Ii two per cent which on the terms of Instead of an old or middle-aged wasters tunes the even numbers shall be on the : "','
thin sale is at the rat of about .86 : he "saw a.; outb. of nineteen, confronting South and West sides and the odd num PUBUC"ACCOUNTANT'

': Located,on' good'road,. one-quarter per cent a year, instead of,7 per cent, him.. '. .' $hers Streets on the North.' and East:sides of the . \
.the' mil from 'limits : five-room the' receive balance '"I'm asham. of-'parts- { AUDITOR' : ;
city good rat you -on your "My lad. he exclaimed; See. tAll Ordinances of '. ..4
pal ceiled.house, farce' new, barn, thirty afthe'bank- eG' of you A strong,' healthy, chap Ordinances, In ''conflict herewith, be.:' ,

.OPBMOl I B>aAG acres land twelve of1 Which Is cultivated .In most.cases the argument presented :, like you ought to be at-work instead and, Read the'a same first are and hereby second repealed. time :and ;.Connereial. MM iicipiIAsconif.C.

I '' sixty young orange 'and by'the lumberman.was deemed un.. of. begging. How came you to I do passed Unanimously In open seaalon this c :,

#_ I grapefruit: 'trees,'.' levent -dv. peach answerable' and now after five yearsof it?" '. - ?' .. J6th"day ft.of M.November BREAKER A.. ,l>. "1'1J. Incorporated. Accountant of'th':*, : ..

;i trees, some plum and pear trees, one the practice he states that if, owing "Well elr" replied the youth', "it's : , Accountant
del ...GOd : family, horse, one buggy, one to pressure of business- in' the office like this: 'Twelve months ago Iwas ,Ait..t;; -- .. : .

1.1J ill wagon, two sets harness, ..chlck-, statement .are not mailed,, shortly ill and the doctor, forbade' me' to' doan ,Jd\"o'iLDERT..CJ.rk. (City. 'ofK .'. Society ,Detroit tw'.P ,
t slmmee
at Et ens, ten head.cattle: and all tools.necessary after the first ofthe, month, his customers )' work until he told me.. Just after Approved this; 17th day.of November% S.a..r. ; ,... t
> Wet ter Heir 1L. I to cultivate place.. A- bargain' come Jn to inquire what is the that he died., So what can I do?" '. ADe, -- -l-HJe : "" '" . .. S.si i7f'. Sir Amax'. ' .

I7aloa', ,, fat 92,6004Writ: ns for terms. :smatter. ,- The clergyman Is stilt puzzling"ovef ',N. CX. BRYAN ,,of, Klsslmmee.. 'AIuIMNEEfik :ALUI8AU. U. ; .
Mayor of City :
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r :VS REASON T8KTWR." eftkm in the mind or'Ah*trade, and to,admitted to be, when properly'

$ handled, toot play the superior in {fever and quality.. of any orange pro.. .
,. y. dpeed elsewhere. In. the world but the equal of any in keeping quality

/ To attain this result was comparatively easy, although it cost the ftWJTBT"

\. : Lx 0l81i1 1'0 'I'JI1I ORAMOB OKOWXKS OJ'AaOADIA. expenditure of tens of thousands of dollars on the part of a few devoted t

men who ready desired. to bring the Florida orange into its own, and has ,,
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i a taken ceaseless' thought and persistent labor to bring about. SYSTEM-PAY

1 The revolution in the method of handling Florida oranges, however<< !

. that would prevent thoughtless or eriminal shipment of green, sour, '

f P7 Gentlemen:, Tampa,..Fla., Nov.. 28,,,1912.. immature orange from the State of Florida has l been a different matter. AND BE HAPPY!'->. !: ..'

I h Three yean ago the first citrus shipments out of thin State moved in ,.\ .',
m i. oa 4 M of Ws' care inof ,Utile what Florida is sai4 shoot us by" the; dealers.. in and broken :August., ,,Two years ago, the'movement. ." in St'p ....mber. One packing. 16 Ibs Granulated ."r I III
oranges .State of we'do'ear deal I.. to Sugary:
bty a great
what
'Areedia'was writer
I ; bouse in ,visited by the (of( t.s letter the fifteenth of I.'
r ,.our'objeecs, and .metbod.by.tb.'genum.;, : 1 It> can Corned '! '
e our : orange n..t' ,"
> 8eptember'ind.amples'of OI'&Dp8/ere' taken 1f
&: therefromxthat were -
prepared
-w , rowasof, -;.'- -"''' ; may for shipment tba\.wbeD..cut snowed pulp} that,,'wa white and not 1 tb can: RisaRt Reef.....i ,"S

,W'M'i'! Trade,', '-, ijaa l:" ; ; ripTTrrrd blue Are.diti-Board' It-__ ,-Let'->aar,:owing to' the passage of a'law :preventing the lib California Prunes ._,V;. ,..
too .
'
M14'EC of this let shipment of'immature fruitr shipmente; from the State of .Florida were :lib a Calif. Evap. Pe
: it wo\JkI'eeem that the :m7the; ..
themselvca ;vicinity$
growers ".
., further delayed of tbii Peen, sour stuff ;which still further bettered '" '
? .
A of Arcad .till
t .ually'Ceel'tb'at'th; Florida"Citrus Exchange is a menace to condition w 24Ib bag Pillsbury Flo *
,the of w-k..t"tbe other,end. '
V the 'cif :mdustryof'Fk ridaand:: 'the'Florida"' Ear ." r Corned I I.r.1l'ans
wiurg' ; ; as Citrus 'The: '1 4sbn'Telegram".ient'tli.! year'together'Wltli'thc"publicityfollowing 'I,, Beef Hash ,
'
?ll change reaityra'coopcvatire tie.ooisUodthe, growers themsehpes. "2 can Chipped Dry flhs4.. .,
it still further t-iid
protected the markets at t.be'pt.her"i "and to ,
K
S' : .
,. fort of the :ifcemBelveB and ran'1, "the oowentkeun. .
by .
; t :growers .
cm'th 3
,.,. selves" this'persistent campaign three years part of the Florida Citrus'Exchange cans Maine Style
I 1 that{ w .;moat take notice of,,,thb'eo: communication: .wWch (Corn '
" : In preventing the ratovenrent of'and sale. for sour ?
&I ;:,.;(1,'?, ." ..';#" no nr w'atteIDpt' to reply in.full'a*commuaieation-ye but woulA Uka to make a: few the'Flbabange] gives ciedit'more; than any:ojther factor,. or,;"set,green of oranges factors,,. That Good Smoked'T _1'1 ,;',i
which wing'torth in the form ef "
:'a
< "- may eon*, for.the splendid lies been. able obtain' r'i.' '"Rib In"
price jt to .I Breakfast
Fw r tke IFamiIyi Bseon.d0'"w
. against the Bbcebange> 'oryi ita lethWbieb.: .w ,... U be gladgnawer with'r' 'haa station .
,. Auig"find been wagBtiTsT
** *"' ; ; '! war, of tFRES1tlFAMILY,, SUPPLIM) '
::4J. .. '" *#! 1'it fully.;; A from,interested outside r factors' ,'clahning l that the'Florida!Citrus Exchange ,
W If the of Arcadia will to under AT
together given
*, growers get as we:'are.
bad ,
: affil ruining( industry and made goods-ttnmarketsvble'We; "
: \ : md:they have done, ba,the form.of.an\aBeociati\ ri of/growers: for.theprotection' your '
[L Mtfi hithk & : : therefore,feel that w, should give>you e.noe statistics efi this year's epee TAYLOR'S
'yi5?\ . "- e. of:the;citrus industry,' ,;and will, , .formiilale;after due;coneultation :atipns. in fruit'by the Florida Citrus Exchange, in ord r, to.show the facts. I Ii ,
('' : :I !! :and .thought 'a letter to be:addreeeed,to e"rCadia News; charging '
I.,;''i' Ii.' r fj i !Many !"\:. the Exchange. with those tbinga .which you'beUevelt baa done tba'I
-- ; |( a box; The Florida Citrus.'Exchange; from the,beginning of the ,..... : Qrftk. .........
. a..e' the detriment of the'citrus indostry whole '.th""ehA8
'. \ ; a e "
'I season i urged all of,you'not to.sell.your oranges.for less,than:91.00: a box,
: and Gnawer explaining
I will'gladly take\ such charges eld 'one by-one;
I:'f; .'Why, $is a",'bak rjJP a a neat it !why'they have' done certain' things/'and e deavor'to'clear.the'inlnda ofeach on' the"stating'. to Abu,' hat'notwithetandmg.all ooadidoes..nrsngns' ' .. d
1 '(,market? suspicion were well worth',this' pnce'and;that:you oucI.t.. ,If,you s held:>eur -, ,', a-
of of theiligtheet Jlhat theFloridaCitrusExchange'irray " : .
w one you S"
., ., fruit for it: Nt. : / !.. ''. '- :
) >havewrilfully-or 1 thoughtlessly'done:anythiog: injure the' citrusindriatryof The': by'tke'Fiorida' ,: Citruai x'ciange )Ice; the .a
thisstite. '' 'wtarsalerziof I .oranges ; J I If :I It Is A
<, ffiBecause.there's month of October. ,of. this. ,'seasoe,.'averaged:,-.. 'a;.box /,'o.. ,-"pacttag-. Brk\\.
There is no good,to be gained from mere &bUllet'} abuses no argument
I D ,.vilification is not evidence, and passionate.declarations of,right'orwrong' ,. ; .
in ThVtoUi; sales'by the;Florula Citnw:,]E a.nI'o.grapefruit this i We. '.
amount to nothing the dear,
light..of reason '
i season, for the ,month of October;, averaged $ :1r8'e1' box"; vf.oy.bi'paek'Ing -!
: .;, 4
: therefore. ., will take :this suggestion pari '
: you advantage'pf on our .
.
handle
I house ,, JA 2,VW ..every kind of' Brick
and 'will draw set of charges each in f;I' ,, .
iI tip'a charge a separate paragraph, >
; poeiliveljr
MMl-eaa
.. c I. As this is only the 26th of November, the results for November can. save you
numbered) ; so,that they' .be replied to by number in the answer;:fie > : 1 Lei ,
may : I not be given but indioatioa 3Wiow tbe'pnces '.of.Exchange .metny. us Aspire on :year
as yet, as an are
.will; pledge"you; : }, the Florida Citrus(i Exchange",wi11:make' i Its plea' In 'below of a.Kt-order,.'larce ... small! Weep
total
fruit"for''the: month of Novembewe'gvve: the results the
answer thereto before the great bar.of the people,:and endeavor to) if not : :.iiipplyjsay ....tlty. and ,
remittances i received in the office of the Ploida'Citrus Exchange'ondaybfMonday'Noverber'26in'lei ttoe '
justify, at Ieaet'give its reasons4 having!done or left undone,any thing I 'ItN. wke, .ee.pt 'aWpta.
; ii.'It '
1 with which it',may be charged that it.has i injured j or might injure the citrus ;'' : ; "' Oar hicks are equal to any-
,of this ' will be notied"fiom t ere list that. the oranges andgrapefruit oome'I 'satfsrVthaji'BMWT.,. .
baUn* industry State.' .
iherel .
therefore, behooves us to beginrith'tiIayyou; abrlet'tatementof'the' !': 'i 1 "711. .'
'objects'ofthe': Florida Cit.uaExebange and what it" has aetwmplished ' ; ', ; J9.CC: v ICoff J*MI CM. MAM'* I
; 'of it : : sold for 91.% per bwt,'f,'b. b;\ cars Arcadia,,and that. the.total:for,&;212 .41$" Daeal'. ...... Plume IMS

t Old MotW HuUard. went:to the sofar'towardadtheattainment"The, duty-of the Florida; 'Citrus Exchange*:object j *is. to obtain,. for boxes, of fruit)brt'"apet/[ iittanoeof; ',.>913, 00.06'or',9a" O;a box,'

. ;r; ,CUphinl honest fruity i .honestly;packed, an honest ,,price;:end ''we. are'; f.' o'b.:; ?; 'pars 'pairing ai'tb.houee foritearly' and.that:21, eon ofirulttor'wbiet4 seat ttaneeii .
w.ere'reeeived day the lowest pries teaatl

wet| let..her:,poor doc. a boot;. this.against" -anybody. who attempts', to, William bring: about Chase, other TemPle! than.' lot any'of'these. ...!......was one for ass;. oar of solid orang ...frWllfrrtls.si' ; .

,.. 9VI alfcA% MCAfi vTVSP Inl BlAstatKJMI raHlCGny #The move.is't.hat/tot'Wrhida':: .tte"Exchangewa8'organ: t.{ ed\aad'!has ,for.''wbMhar" n Msaes'wrege......."' -1.- al'11,76. 'a'heist. .. .. .... .

for'si..' hid OvwCTCQ' Sole worked:'incessantly up to date i It claims tbat'every'IDove'thatit' "has .ToMdi ..i .atJag'rst.ks4 by'tbe.. Msjridt. ;1.........,.., o

4*..il> Xt fta I WVII>MUB..- \d flWITI rAalM' Its" 1HW'&A* v MtAMUAgV vi UHl e. i made,'publio or.private,,has.been.for the'sole purpose,of, bringing:abouiiiis .......... ..... 8M."" of Jf, :It"r r ?, .II! .L

ie '\[And sole. poor doe,bad'imx., result..; How-;?,far' has it'akained .ibis t ...J.. '
-- .... r-. ;' '''The first y ar of,,the Florida Citrus )Exehaage:was'one"of 1 h eg.ose' 11' ; "''Af\ '" rf satq ,
/. II.MAAI ..... own; fi It "' "' erpatiaitw. r its ins_benrlp a; aait4; tit ....j '' .
..
;.,'. '-'iI-P'V'! ; was, a a w ; "j. ..' ., .
It i IlfAlfAST WON VUT' _.. .... -..,sir s1181d ,...a.., ..., P. \\1"'..'.<..',.'-. ,.',.".'1 "I"t't.,\: ,...'", ',' ' : ..i J

::4 ......... 1rtbe( ,."IIfU.\\ '" ....,... ':' ,. ':,.,(I:l 10'I.: ti" ; .
=3=; the:maehlBery,:was' aQ Mw; M "', iktt* 's .61r .\ \I-" ( I II f '
:. ..,Ii/!/ '\! J' j, ;,i., ; I
ASS down to. "the growers themedves-;;? a in i the)sift. fermi I rr Me efts-' ''. 'q .. ;.." r. I
RULL ,
' i> H ., 2' I* ,4. oesaiyee'ofthe' 'sees., or .withtfce':,. sl aw. :ntceesary-. hrh.., ,>boutfce. ] ..rein . \ ''''CIS ,'.: --C' /tt
1 suits. .. d euea.. /"'- .LL . ; ,,' & :4C.i I
iii
tf .. ,. LE'
'. ." ", f"
> thls/a 28th .wwe. .
.l addition to.an ee oeettred the of Dec berj/

f% v practically"'destroyed from one'purd to eae half the fruit left D.tM.> taie, : in. ..,, ..:: .i i$8' 2i :b0. w., .:"z.3 1,1,1 7 11..ero 3.eM TAXIOCMMK --r y ,

,* ad'hundreds''dlthone.ddbtboxes,of .fruit were .shipped, :aftirttatshould Arcata179. x300F; F-i_Ir f '300'' ,,578.00 1:90'fleid..L..10 : Iras of all kimaa Mile

tikwrii-r (" tit. awes have left the. Stilts., ''' 't.''' :,Y -" Yt Seca ,:. .-, ,.'r .. ". ,300' _.00' 1.. AME MBAINI A M81W

. .. f- IaI1piM; 1W, .ftI W av rspd .a.. ..-' . ...;....;j.,. ,. ,' :'-.__'._-_ . lit M-ttp. rYMItN y
,... .. ....-; u.. o.' be... : Nre'tar it -rof -.... ... '... 't'I- .. _JJ "S I.. _.1 i .....

.. _........ ". 4t. .1 rN tUnlal

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7 1 ,, 17E4rss ....I.. .s bas. ; f. o. b:elr-J';: .. _.; --. =... . ... 2e:

tlw9P ; ...... thatee" ,- 3', .w '0" :-b''.:;;! '0/" "':: I. 810 .. .. .. ... 100 .., 2.'. .

'. -"tlau..III..U" I JIJ.._ .. ..,.4jI..... ..,' S00 face ..GO 2.l.

,.., over, Hs'flnt ymttAttfaeeloMof ... .. ...., .. .118 .__ 800 :_._ ..880 .... 2.GO

._. N-MMS-T .... woliIr'lLwUillteihlrbss r UI __ 80I1 ._. aoo ....00 2..

| r > !-|- ,; ,W.... .. :,_, / t -4, gl_ Y"'" I,' \ ... __'11 __ 848.__ HI 090.00 2.00

MkT'ii srrriteJ : '. \ : -...__ 1.4 aoa ._. ..___. aoa Op6:00: ,_ 2.00
& Z ''U 11trt :
Y t. 1I : aoo_ _.....__.. 800 _.47 1.71 iv
y .'to ..... was'that fat the :first place tlss,Florida.
thbd; season to wii: the stsslan. 1..1-11.; aad"4'4Ua. *. ... __.L_ 47.,,) .._u.. 47 113.9.1' 2.42 et .r .Mar cI am'

pplr 2r! ,.l.,ajft _' aided abeUed..the. ,Florida. Ot- ,,"n" nfhh1.nO: 300 _........::____ 300 600.00 2.00 bs fad at tide'g.

'1;>l .o >ioBable erbne of seeuring for the growers. -ot'thbi 7l' ieka.' .___ 219 ...._... 800 _.. 300 812.22 2.77 ,

.ice ai . _,*.|*' _'tt___.Rtafc_ ft t. Hits m tatty** yean. "An ..... price for .hoMetfrait, :n. ____- 216 3GO :...:'_._._... 300 saa.72 p 1.77
;"t: I i. '
; 'x'11.' b ln s us to'the. oMbfe* of the fourth season, at which time it 9654 3006 53 6212 $13000.00 92.09

....admtttfrf by aO authorities that in the first place the Florida crop i i. .. rdaMsl-rTi'lin
s <
*ee
the greatest citrus croP it baa ever bad-in: it.ldaltwy, and in the second Oranges average' 91.W f. o. b. packing houses. 'l'rad.'rl

"- prio Hst; we can place the same is also true of tike California crop,.aftd. the. Florida. Citrus t i ,.; ?)

tiq '' for American, Hay- 'Exchange
x Jr ,,- 1* cars and Indliwa to imagine, to wtt.::the.marketing of the minor' part of the biggest. its,;; accomplishment. kup ,to date, and upon that rests its claim that in

ti %i-, '..-.STjIT.< bM4rV l7 <, Phone 887. crop Florida has ever seen, in competitjpn with the biggest croa.-j '!' .,;..u,the difficulties it has to encounter the least of whic.! \

WM. O..THOMAS nia bar ever seen, and the adversaries. ofthe Exchange. low Mled i; |tion of the Exchange and Its objects b .. .,.:'
>Jfeta St. Jacksonville Fla.ff deciding that the Florida Citrus Rxchange: was now in,,ilflilt" ,-, ." '. ;" jGy.f

finish; that it was impossible for it, under these circuma &/ JrP'tO' .f '1
'"
results approximating. those 'of>the previous year. 'I',. . : ..>r.,
-c. If you want aIN ....... In the meantime, 'the'-Florida Citrus Exchange open ... !,,,t ; ,:". .
,
.t,, ; YK I in an very outset of its career that the two greatest. bandit .,' :;':' .':: :::

': had to suffer were,' first; the pernicious and growing

1tANGf GROVE 'from the State citrus fruits that 'were so green and ::9,: { u
'
?k a
: 6tl r aI S
.*> 9*-. '',.j or land to grow not only practically uneatable: the.'consumer, bu r

piled Up an uasWmouatable barrier to the sw '7

Oranges! and fruit that followed; anti in the second place, the SJ :

W 5& intelligence. in properly handling the fruit fJ'OID' r, j :Ft S I ; ,
1' 'iI''''' '
: .GrapefruitBUCKLES that it might arrive' at the destination sound, rzf' : '!t: .' "'.' .',

ntailer .had. disposed of it to the eoawlgler. ,itl4+ ti ''1';;:, ,.'....,., :',
*. . u I ,
.. V' iXi"ljaik.AfjWi .'d.
.
;. ; .. the HBMSJM of the 11teba.gta "' '"

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,,j.--,.... ,., ..L" .. "wSajlPmis .0 M.< '',,'. ..1.:.. .'.I.. :, ,'" J ) .. 't' '" .,:'":. ...
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THE KISSlMMCt VALUT CA1 " ."JI' :: ;.,....1;{
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-. ..Ii .. II'1i I I'q FOR SALE At bargain; .n-'V.80,reinforced j FOR RANT firajptoof store room WM. LEWIS, '_..... d '
.. ... !II !R!IIYlII..I I : cement- fence a posts; and 260 I Inquire of Dickerson. 60-tf mounted, Udee tanned and
I
cypress -fence poets. A. B. Jarrell, 1-foot Trnscott launch into rugs, birds mounted, species
..
At KUsimntee Drag Co. FOR BALK- rotor, well for sale. Taxidermy in all bran
canopy top

STANFOR,;':: : :)t BAN; Y 1CiAL' .CABBAGE.. plants Bermuda$1 Onion 10,000 and lettuce $fi.: 6 h. p. ra $1,000; seed Yonng as new; es. North, Fla. of Johnston Park 60-ltp", Kissimmee -

T. K.,Godbey; lUldorFU." 488pT5CW la.*>. FIa />,L 'LOST-Three return tickets to Jack-
to T. L .Hudson, Lawson1 fsonvili.
.,. i .I1 1 8 in homes, orange at
.
,,- RARE BARG tiaatfaa .rftss Fla., to Mattoon, III. Finder -
", will be 'suitably rewarded if returned ,
toBt'RIINT' i grot Send boo
: t for '
ON trucking i 'riat HD..ir;, .to''T,. I
.SALE sims . &a..1tpd
FOUL tCE'ROOII!: ;'sent AM .
,, V ; JT ",...... ""* t_ .** "IIIIIIU' I .' ',$\' J. . .: v1. '.
ti'J'uralhedlight for
(.T..B.P..Q.box., c;.,, .IU' p101'' rooms' ,The Strength 'ofa: "Child..
> 'Io ) tping'or' board, if d*
2IT: ; ;: < : : bone n' i IJ Medical! 'men,assert' that,* aceordlng

PuIc 48, ,;PER:, CCNT. ';;.NEXT TEN DAYS' I DWM LINGSfbf" tsn4'ppP1y'ty. \M.'r.. .: 'strred.l's01 *a t to..wellcondoctwltests.. ''It is shown

,," .., I It'.,. '. ' .' .!w' .'.r..'... . ",,L' . '. FRHBH'dItF1AD"don) at that the new-born babe f is. relattvoly
.IJ .' ,." '1'1 ) ''No.118 much stronger than ulUgrown nan
'" 2Sc'SiII 1 at19c i35cSilk at25ca FOK RENT-Two":modern'H,BaU.\\with The, Ladles ,19, The musolee of the forearm aetoaehingly .
: are -
}; : d ' .-t ; :. : '* : :w all I citY conveniences.- ..'; Apply at the Broadw .'*. viproroiu., A few hours after
; Gasette office, *
r.', : . "65c'Silk'at49cLM' :.20-tf: r'E birth> a baby suspended by its'linger
,
''
; 3 ,. I I; . : '' ;; ( 1 : WAN ,, to a'stick; or to the flnger of grown

.. I .... .. ..\.,.'I' . . .f! {i'.' '' !Ii FOR RENT OR''Brack SALE'"Two.to..tOrebUilding. Klsalmmeo. tIl 1neubator' person'can sustain itself in ,the ;f air
treet.North 6Q
on
.f ;' ( .at '75c f : at .$1.19Pcr'YiiuSi .; ,XL p Stanford.-, t/a,-tf -' W 1DD-At ones, : particularly for about ten seconds-in the case of,,
iL t : : : :9Silk.' > 290 eggs-: capatil a a lo Maim strong infants for, so' long't, ,
w a, '" ""h : : .
. FOR goodicondition.and :period as irty seconds; "Y; ,v
'. ..,-"I' Yr .. LII! ; RENT-A: modem It-room flat;; .Box 678. timmee, Wtfto -J 'When four days old "
: price an appreciable :
'. :- ; ;;:n i with all city conveniences.,.;rApplytoW >' .
., . ; B. Increase In the Infant's strength may
Gazette .
Harris office. tf Smitb8'
T. !fi' : Zbe
,
...\ ., r . .. ., J . . .. ', .WANT"-n.-.Qetcberhu; i I.U/ be noticed, and the time'duringwhic' ,. ,
.'',/" 'ft.','," .. \. ., . .. Fr.:li1i..i... ,' ". !Ii I FOR RENT algae; for> Yale. ,at'",this .:,. '.S. J. .Tri VaJlq'Mapdn. . It-can thus sustain ita.IlI.. about two'and :
.
i
one-half
.. . J. office, ,,10 cents .each. Gacette. minutes for ninety_irfat
!fi 1 '
.. ,. eat Card' per cent: of babies..The maxlmnm'isattained : .
!oj:. .. 10.S. ;' {,.,... .' !Ii I' FOR RENT-About 8 acres of ground Furnished, Rooms For,, ce.,; : in two weeks.' ,,Few infants
.
', for sale at the Gazette off
". : I' ; "and a'' 6-room house;;! convenient ; can rhang on" fop more than on and; +,
> .If !for, tracking, railing chickens'and GOd work one-half minutes although it Is '
of roe-
i' : ., >SJ ', NP GflD': COMPANY' jOassifled handy, to !school and'church. Wealso .WANTED" horses. -To Both sell young; pair'W an \'healthy. child one that otle' exceptionally: developed',,
remained
\. have some splendid trucking: Clow.jH>*: -2.1-r suspended for two"II II.'
Enquire. .of., Glenn tiles and
'1" \ > : i land for 'rent that have '.no house thirty-eight !seconds< by. I Us
. ... .!Ii I with them.< 'Nel80D.ReaIty Co., Klsslmmee > 60-2t l'ht.hand. ;After that he,.continued '';
.k .. i ,, ha.FURNISHED ff:: ,j to.hang 'on with 1 his left-url flfteen ,
WE HAVE CLIENTS who want ,
., Y; .. l'.. l gIi. ly'Ilfjlfj' '! .!Iifili'.! i! i Yi'Ii! iJt Yi 1y1. i 1.Y1y1. !Ii lyly'1! YiYi!Ii,!Ii,t1! ROOMS for rent cards:i ",Ida property.They went' to 'deaH si seconds longerHarper's:syW..klq?. :i '
--.- --,"-- .- - -. . .- -- -- -- -- -- o. -- 1 with ''OWNERS ONLY. If oul"have
'
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.. for sale at the Gazette ,lfic..- want'to'seil, ::
-- --- I let
, - -------'T property you
--r:.. . r.. .. --or. '
'FOR ,SAL .-A splendid '2. to..1. FOR RENT-Several small 'tracts of: us put you in connection with these BAPGAiNTS1ARE : I-- .: :
house with porches, and 14 rooms, excellent trucking land,. some,with ; I people.' No commission: SOUTHERN -. : .
67% feet of I'round'by 147%.'. Excellent i splendid flowing wells, caD-.be had: .SALES SERVICE,. Altamonte ,
Advertisements : place for.a first class.room' : on shares : or cashr rent as Springs; Fla-. 48,-2tp '
: : ing and boarding house' Come, let desired.. NELSON REALTY CO. ; ; tr LOOKING :F01'TII. it.-\: ,
:1:11 us show you this property, we l' GOOD BOARD and rooms can be had .
'
:will introduce.you. the owner FURNISHED. ROOMS Pleasant, of Ida M. Smith, at corner. of Brack \ IF'BO.;"ASK I' .
eae .te .t FlrnV..teP.r '
.with whom you '..can'-deal ,direct. eunshiny./ located >ln ;forangegrove.. and Park; Sts ,L47-4tpd "
U..s'.r, E.ek' elrerrl.r: '''Nelson.Realty. Co., ;KiMimmee,,Fla. Mrs'E..A.-RusselL, box 363. 48-8p. MRS.., OMrti .i.$; '

. . . . . . . . . . .T j jJ \ '1 'J! NICELY' .K U4VllA<7imJLT' room."wlth .WANTED-Two.: return tickets to "
Kansas City, or vicinity. AddresaJ. Lake,.View,.cctmee e. $ootlt K oilp...:t.1
J", house i FOR' SALE 'OR RENT- Ell'ht; room excellent table board;; Japanese E, Payne, Kissimmee; F!... 49-2p
l"VOR, SALE UJood fen ioam
FOR BALE; ; .Cbrde ave
; ,. house, on 'North. Main street, mod; cook at' the 'Towando"onj! .and 1 >r nfleld ,,*venn : '
suitable for boarding, 1'.1'OOmlngl; ern,'splendid for rooming or.board.'ing'houseprice .one-half blocks west of depot.. '48tfMISCELLANEOUS al "118.. Clyde Avenue-iiN = ORDER YOUR trees from
residence
'LE A;flne' of 12 ', ,,bath and toilet, rood barn) lotn66x60 once I
closets, pantries, two baths; feet: five minutes from depot. ; ; 2000. Favorableterms'rents N.U Grifflng Bros., W. H.Brolcaw sales* west of Court''House, .vnlti .
$20.rJ'n'lonth"J
*Nd eoid.waterdouble. porches! Two' new cottages,' city,; water and Realty Co. .49-tf, 'man,' room No.. I, -State Bank Build r."r I; "' ;> ; "
ri.arCan; ''be used a* a 'sewerage; vacant; lot on paved Soon.: . '. WADE'the' -tuner'Urlando.- hr. \" ,, '". ing.: 40tf A choice ftvecre.rarm'a; 'f n. w \.t'
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or.boarding, house .or by two street 6x160;;: feet.. Tour acreorange r . '. ." } ,. ; t good wen,' neat little Louse.'A'go.J'I ,Ifnve.tmel'lt'for
ice.-Building'. is new, Ask grove, 200 large' ,' bearing FORV SALE-.17'"; .ere. of land ad. i MEET me at Klssinmee Drug Co./and ; little money.; .' '"
'Suwmers ,'about .the priced trees, 4 mile from town. Also COO' joining; the city limits, splendid 6- 1 .we will get a drink of the best sods : "
** **!!*** *** ** ". acres of fruit and track land one to t acre bearing orange grove, all good. ,. water made., ,. 31-tf REAL :BARGAINSNew A select city home ef' eightre l ****:'. .J
q ? 0 will buy a valua- three :miles from town. Call .on or orange land but about 5-acrea.1 modern location ideal. <" "jS'v"J .
the heart of Klsilm- i.. >address. ..Hs N. Bratton, QW1Ier,41 'which Js lower ground, rich 1 B-room' bungalow ot">,, 'paved iix.room'cottage.tuiats 4'1'eir\
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SALE One :2 20. .
about 14 per cent. . and productive, : for I' ,, 2-cylinder., p street, $1, 60. / ., ,'. - "
,abolre amonat'1Enhandng.Teiy ". and-farming. '' This-property trucking can marine engine;'' weight. 276 Ibs.. G. Well 'improved s.aere't: .. ,ad join*, unfurnished.! .;t .>'I' '
; day.. ,H.M.; Bleaker .FOR' SALE: -One 6 h.- pi: Gray engine( be bad at a bargain price> and on <, E Mattocks. ? 4Stf. 'Ing city limits, $660.00.; Some desirable' loth ."'close; ; In1f1; 0,1 Ito
$75.00; one '4 h. p. Barber engine at favorable terms jf payment., We 1 400 acres unimproved land one mile $$600' :. j.f. .
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FOR SALE 2 ,h P. International
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F. $60.00. Both in'good hape. F. .' '
Vans'Agnew.; ,.j' "'49 tf ''have, .many other desirable ppgiposU Harvester gasoline engine, in'pod from' city-limits, ,$12.60 per acre.Bargams ,' Some ,>choice Citrusfinest Grover,.../, :- ,
80'rend''ofrplendid -. ) tions that we 'would:like to..how running order. Will sell at a sacrifice in ;Orange':'.Qrovei,; In the market: ' ..:J, .r
within 2mfs$ 'of-tbe sit to parties, wh .are looking,for,an if taken at, once.. Apply at .. .---. .
oonvenieat to smoother; 'rall- FOR/SALE-Sev-enty-five- acres hi'lthi excellent location where they can .Gazette office. 87tf
sttionaa' 1'road'' ,' This ;> ,class pine land,, :Ten' 'dollars per grow fine citrus 'fruits- vegetables MRS: E JEWELLS Mrs Mary: SultIllllI'.f.
ieencedi: cheap, i .acre.; Adjoining laid, Inferior row i and have advantage of high school FIVE DOLLARS REWARD ,for return 1 ,
land: and 'wUl b.. ,of elllrig.at ,twenty per acre.,. .1Hmilei. 'and good churches Nelson Realty or, information of a pided pony, REALESTATE1.WILLSONBl1ILDlNG. !. J.AKEVE\v; "COTiACE' I ('
from railroad- No' agenta. Co.', Over Citizens'.,sl.at.l BankK1s- glass Oyes.'. Mrs. :Nidhswongger St. . ? ,

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