The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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made1 regarding"the loss of:laundry at ., fifteen or twenty different-samplee of '

THE NEW[ EDEN[ FARM various times,, and recognized the mark "' -' : soil and a* many package* of fertilis MR. GUY C. "ARMAN'
on a number of them.' She notified Mr. log material a collection preserved .

Morris, who In turn acquainted Mectr BptcfTr de Meeting'Thoregular fruits and vegetable, five or six thousand ,_
limbeck and Meyer'the other member bulletin published by the Florida
Which Located Near PlarcooeeIsOne : of the company of the discovery of the ._ ... Experiment 'Station; and the United Says the Valley Gazette' is the Best
roods.. It was then decided to let States', Department of Agriculture; I '. ,
of the finest Properties in Wright, who was at the laundry finish bout sixty enlarged chart used in the : Paper Published,and He longs
( florida. ill day'a work before confronting him i meeting of jho Board Trade C Farmer Institute work which cover '
This Section._ with the evidence i of his peculation. topics on fertilicer feed, method of1II.tre v,. :To' live in Kissimmee.'f .' f'f' '
Sheriff Prevatt was 'notified and when .Will'be. .. held in the CouncilChamber.. Monday ; seed selection live stock and ',' "'-''I 'I (Hill .If.M- \) .
W. have beard great deal abdut the the laundry shut down for the night : at3Oandasmatters, of importance suggestions that are interest to every l / Falls Nek. -. ,
'night .unusual < City Oct.
farm the New Eden Plantation company Wright was informed that his theft had -- .. -. ,- farmer; about two hundred j J photographs 12. 1)1., :
<. conducting near N areooa.... and Sunday been discovered and placed under ar L'c to \ will be.preaent'ed one hundred of\ which are en- 'MessrsrHartandrIplett': ; Klssinj'-'
had the pleasure of spending the rest. He wa then' taken to the L'ke- larged that have been carefully elect meet "1&., ; ,i: -
day we there and seeing what work and view where the bundle of laundry wa ; it hoped; that every member can ed for the Farmer Institute work.* Dear Sir*:-I have been peruslnglyour.Roodold .
turned over to the sheriff to be used a* The speakers" Prof., P. IL Rolf.,-
money can do toward converting bare evidence at the preliminary hearing find it convenient to be- present. One of the director Florida Experiment taUon Gazette and the Magazine ed*..
land into fertile field nd Wright wa escorted-to the county anc superintendent of, Farmer* Institutes I tion, and It I.sure,a beauty. I. can'tell-
Thi* /arm 1 I. located on Lakes Center hi. numerous questions that will be presented and I and Harmon
bastlle and. locked up. From appearance ; C. K. ..McOuarrie, assistant superintendent you, Mrf. have been
. and Lost with a canal connecting-the thirteen a* he left the' was evIdent for discussion is what provision does Kissim- ; A. P. Spencer assistant enjoying it hugely, only those flne<.a.
two. and com'prilellO..ethlnglike that this was not his initial acquaintance extension; H. S. Pawcett 'plant pathologist graving do .not do justice to the real-J

i hundred confined acres. The to that farming portion operat.ionl with experience' of this na- mee intend making for the, proper accommodation Florida Experiment Station; E. article, a* seen in the) garden -in and.
are ; W. Berger, state Inspector around Kissimmee.. i -
berdering"on' the lake and canal named ure.When'questloned by Mr. Norris as to -ef the hundred) of visitors who will 1 he speaker will be nursery charged from time Did the historical Ponce de Leon getas
above while the timbered land and why he committed the theft; Wrl ht to time, according to"' the. demand of far inland a* Kissimme? I doubt '
prairie I I. used to pasture the company'scattle said that he did so in order to protect a spend the'winter here? fhi is a matter that the territory through whIch the train It, 'as If he had the chance would have

and hogs. full young lady who is employed in the laun- demand. the Board' immediate attention. will pass An expert, whose tiame we been such that Pone might be living In .
1 I. in swing *
The haying season\ dry as a sorter and marker though why have not secured, will give important the neighborhood yet, a* Klssimme IB "
now. and the workmen on the farm bad she needed to be protected 'and from A. S. NELSON;' advice on the packing handling and thehealthieat town in tJe U nUed State..".... \
be- i
seventy-two stacks cut and piled what, he was unable to explain. To marketing: of -citrus product Every By the way one thing your Magazine
idea six hundred bale in the barns, another party however. Wright stated H.: CLAY STANFORD, President thing will be c.refullylabeled.nd displayed edition lacks, and that i I. a picture of

with about twenty more stack laying : that he it in for" the young: lady Se etary. to the best &dvanta,.. the big sign at north end of old passenger -' J
,# in the field ready to haul to the preas.In and stole the goods in order to cast suspicion : Detailed itinerary 'of this train will station bearing above statement in''
'. all this farm will produce something upon her and get her discharged.. be announced later In this paper. All quotation mark. W* are *o sorry thatwe
' hke one hundred and fifty\ torn, and better Why he held this grudge he could \1r of the Important points in the state will have been unable to make Kissinv
cured hay wa never put on the mar- would not explain. : b* covered. me* our home a* yet, but we can ascribe ',,
ket. The foreman. Mr. U. B. Woodall had Wright claims to hail from Greeley - -- it all to slowness of real estate transfers
, informed us that not a drop of rain Colorado, and says that he Is married and Oh I Ilf we have not been homesick '
touched the hay since it had been cut although he has been posing as a gay An CurrentWill A NEW CASTER to be at home in Klssimme where .'
J and Its look verified his statement for lothario since his advent in Kissimmee All-Day we have never had a home. yet.. but.
it was perfectly cured and bleached. his principal diversion being that of surely will God willing. ,
The sugar cane field was a* pretty anapicture teaching a number of young: ladies to Has Been Shied Into the Sheriff's Can I ask you a question hereT Is
and many of the stalks will swim in the lake after his daVs toil in Soon Be Installe Kisiimmee and Osceola and Orange
measure from ten, to twelve feet in the laundry was finished. Ring of This County. counties Infested with the fever tick '
length but it is the intention of the Manager Limbectc stated that he intended Why I ask is because we want to bring"
company to use the entire crop for seed prosecuting Wright to the full Politic are circling around In the air a good young Jersey cow, if we eon do '
this season. Next season a mill will be extent of the law, as'this is the second City Council Orders Superintendent of Electric I in this county a* thick as blackberries so without danger of losing her. by the
installed when Xhousands of gallons of time( the company has lost considerable on the Kissimmee prairie, the latest fever tick. (YOu may answer this '
syrup will be made, which is a product property through dishonest employees, Light Plant to Make a Report as to the pf nt's name added to the list of those desiringto through the paper.). ', '
badly needed in Florida, for the stuff and they wish the public to know thatit hold responsible county position being Would you please send the Gazette to
'eold these days under the name of"syrup" is through no carelessness or negligence Equipment on the First of November. that of. Mr. Julian .Montsd'oc. or, Roy Higgins Falls City, Neb, as b* 4s .,,
is seldom bought or used by on the part of the company trial that is, there i I. a large numoev. of his coming to Kl..immtoe as soon as he can. j -
1 persons who know the real article. goods: are lost Dond therefore Wright's ---- friends who-desfre to see him'"fill the I am still booming Florida; and Kissim '
... Other crops which this company has arrest followed closely on the discoveryof o'fice of sheriff mee in particular. I never grow weary 3*
.. planted on a large scale are sweet po- his theft. The City Council held a very Important cussed question of a new dock at the There Is, possibly no man In the of well doing. and I know seed has been' '')
snd" b g 8, and five acres of did some business that has been contemplated disposed of but no action along that than Julian Mont.d'oca"and his friend much good thorough cultivation'is .
ground has been put I in condition for OUR CITY OffiCERS) [ line was taken-the matter standing are found in every walk of life. He i I. needed now in these cases and I am endeavoring -,
Bermuda onions the seed of which will for several months the most today in the same shaDe it has been for known as a man who is fearless to the to take good car.omy imall
be sown In a couple of weeks. These important of which was.ordering the, the past month. core, honest from,the crown of his headto young plants. :
crops are splendid shape and the ship- superintendent of the. electric light .In previous issues of the Valley Ga- the soles of his feevand if, he decides I suppose I must close by enclosing/? -'
week the Paving Used on the Streetsof to make full report on the equip- zette we have given the full text of the '
ping of eggplant will begin next Inspect plant a to enter the race for this responsible one dollar for the Gazette for ,anotheryear ;
to be followed in a couple of weeks ment of the plant, the report to be propositions made to the Council by the position he will-put his heart and which please send me at Falls r.
Jacksonville. '
with tomatoes. The dlfeging of coth ready for presentation to the meetingof Atlantic Coast Line and Citrus Southern soul into the contest, and when the City. Nebraska, Oh, we rules the good
varieties of potatoes will begin about that body the first Tuesday night in railways therefore there is no necessity polls close on the day of the next Democratic Old -best on earth. ..
December 1. and many thousands of : Mayor 11. C: Stanford and Councilmen November.The to repeat them here, but it does primary, if he i* not in the lead paper GUY C IlARtfAN.' .
bushels will be-'the output. H. M. Breaker and J. H. Han sell! object of the Council in askingfor appear that the time has arrived for I he will be close enough to the head man Formerly of Horton'Kansas.A .,- -Uit'
The cattle and hogs are as fat snd I visited Jacksonville the forepart of this this report is to install an all-day the Council to take some decided action to orch his hair. 43-ltp [ regard. cattle In this .section.De-
Jf sleek as good feeding can make them week for the purpose of making an inspection current an advanced step that has been in the matter. The Citrus Southern[ _.._ _. ____ Ing Infested with the fever tIckwwillsay ; '
*! and the killing of the latter will commence of the material used in paving: contemplated for several months in railway has made the statement that It I that the cattle raised here are'im.."'
about November 1, when several the streets of that city au well as that fact our people were made this promise would build such a dock as the city de- MANY PEOPLf mono against It, but those brought fi
thousand pounds of pork will be sold to used in making hard. roads in Duval when they voted for bonds to install sired at the foot of Ruby av. ue.and from- the North and West sometime
(local dealers. coun ty.These. water works and sewerage, but until maintain it free of aU cost to anyoae I suffer from the disease but In a short\
The New Eden farm is stocked\ with gentlemen state they were the present time the Council could not except a competing line and that It Coming to Kissimmee as, a' Result time become acclimated and ever, alter
both the << I
the best and latest improved machinery shown every courtesy by City see its way clear to carry it into effect. stood ready to file a certified check for are a* healthy. they ever were In the
for work in all lines and the buildingsare and cOunty officials and .were given every - During the past month additional ma- one thousand dollars and give a bond of of Reading the Valley Gazette. place the/ were bred.;-EDITOR.]
comfortable and convenient. In opportunity to make an inspectionof chiner has been added to the electric ten thousand dollars that the dock would . ......
'fact It is a real farm and a visit to it the different materials used, such as light plat and now nothing stands in be completed within ninety days. I Fort Wayne. |nd.. Oct. 13, 1911. -- -r --

would convince the most skeptical 1 that asphalt, vitrified brick and marl. the way to institute this much needed The Atlantic Coast Line's proposition Editor'Valley Gazette. FLORIDAWAKI: UP. '
this section of Florida is.peculiarly adapted Mayor Stanford states that he saw a necessity to make Kissimmee an up-to- was not acceptable to the Council and I .Dear Sir : Enclosed please find 25 $ ,'If /
to agricultural pursuits splendid road made of ninety per cent date city in fact a* well as it is in to but very few of our people, and that cents for which send me anothercopyof ... .
/; composing the New atone ajul ten per cent asphalt; the name. company it is understood, has informed anniversary number of the Val-
h ,Eden The Plantation-company gentlemen ares: Wm. cost of which was just about the sameas The' tax book* were presented and the Council that it 'Would stand "pat", ley. Gazette. *. Reason for request And. Fmds ,Its Fruit ,famous the.' '

', Hahman ot Altoona. I'*.. president and vltrified-brick but that in his opinionit accepted the total amount of taxable on its proposition and present no other. of another copy of the anniversary United States;: Over.'
'j' S. 3t Triplett 6f Kissimmee was not a* durable as brick. although I values reaching nearly one million dollars That being the case, and it being very Is-the one sent me in June I II : '
treasurer: v
; Vice-president and manager of the farm, there was practically no noise made by i I which will bring into the city treasury -evident that a new city dock must be "worn out" from constant use by par -. :Last- \ Tuesday. all, v the United- State.
teams or wheels passing over itThe thousand built accommodate the ties interested in.Florida.,
and A. E. Thomas of Kissimmee, sec something over fifteen to increasing knew that Florida,' through its Citrus -
retary. All are active business men, mayor' enthused greatly over the 18- dollars-sufficient to keep up the work trade of this city we say lIvaiq.-t.ap-- Yours truly M. R. Co WEN. Exchange,stood for honest fruit. That
undertake will provea mile'road from Jacksonville to Atlanticneach"saying of improvements now going on and add pears to us that it is up to the Councilto -
and anything/ they morning every paper in the United
that if we had one hundred '
take definite action the
monumental many new ones. in matter. I 12 1911.
success.CITRUSFXCUANG miles of such roads in Osccola Delaware. Ohio, Oct. States, carrying press dispatches, tokt
It thought that the much dis- without further delay. ,
Gazette. action '
j rnuntv we woul 'be forced to annex all Kissimmee Valley of the of the Exchange in demanding '
[ the'adjoining counties to accommodate Dear ,Sir : The Gazette hs been that the green fruit bill of
for several wee.ks and and the food of the
th. people) who would come here to live, coming tone Florida. pure law
) bas been regularly distributed to different United State be enforced to the let-.
have the beat climate, the most
I an productive we soil and the healthiest local-, Ready to Begin Work citizens to read. The object for tar BO that the health of the publio .l, ,
Says Fruit That is Now Mature Can to be found on arth. which it was put ha been met.I would not be jeopardized by buying
ity will leave with my family about the< oranges and grapefruit unfit for con-
Be Shipped. 20th of November for Jacksonville, and sumpt\ n.

Tampa. Fla.. O.c toicr 16, 1911. W. 0. TEMPLEAn On Canning Factory then will take a trip-up the St. Johns From Washington came the assurance
Gazette: : I river to Sanford to see the garden qf Dr. Wiley of the co-operation of his
j r" KiBBimmee Valley to begin mov- We will then vliit your city and St. department, and from the governor of I
Shippers may October prepare 20 Parson Browns I Cloud for a short time. We then go to every state east of the Mississippi river ,
ing and similar about early varieties that are mature Appreciation of the "Man Behind Full Amount Necessary to Purchase MachineryBuild Daytona by way of' Orange City and and from the health board or pure

and edible. and should ship as fast the Gun." Houses Has Been Subscribed-W. S. New Smyrna, to spend the winter. food commissions of the same states fruIt
for I Thee are many people who have was wired assurance that green
clean way
as possible! to up. Prosecu- been reading the paper who are now from Florida would be "held up" with .
later varieties in November.will be The Orange/ County Citizen presentsthis Shoup Made Trustee of Funds. thinking of visiting: Florida to see the out fear or favor and inspector were) '"
rigid as
tions for immature fruit varieties should: appreciation of Mr. W. C. Temple, I 'promised land" for themselves.' We warned to ba on- their guard-, for shipments I
heretofore but early manager of the Florida Citrus Exchange will call of this character. '
certainly to see you on our arrival -
_. clean up before general: movement be- ,;: : There is nothing standing in the WHY in any other city twice the size of Kis- I In your city.Respectfully Since 'then other dispatches from
gins. Boxes containing early varieties of C That there could be now of a canning factory being established simmee, and that they receive good wages I D, S. W. FOWLER. Washington state that Chief fFood L Inspector
should be plainly stamped najpe found a man with such a hornn and in Kissimmee as money sufficient but we want at least one thousand Campbell of the Bureau of ,
variety to protect against seizure at plenty of this world's goods a man to purchase all necessary machinery able bodied men to draw. not less than f Chemistry had left Washington for i' ,
destination and misbrandtrd boxes will who bad amply earned the right to re << and construct buildings has three dollars a day and to be paid off Youngs town, Ohio, Oct. 15, 1911.I Tampa and he la now in the field inspecting :
be confiscated.The tire to again take up the work of the been subscribed and those in charge of every Saturday before we can expect I Kissimmee Valley Gazette Kissimmee fruit which growers contem- +
Citrus 'Ex- hanRe will later wire world, leave this place and live in-a the project state that work will begin additional mercantile establishments to I Florida. plate shipping, some of whom have It
information as t? the best time for then six-room flat in a bustling city, all for next week and not let up an hour until locate here or those already doing business -I I Gentlemen : Through the kindness packed and are fearful of results to release '
movement of: the 'ordinary varieties in the sake of trying to help his brother the plant is in readiness to can fruit here to increase their stocks. of somebody' I was favored a few days it.
..ample ttrn to protect} shippers agtinut man, is hard to believe yet this is the and vegetables. If our Board of Trade and citizens I ago with a sample ropy of the Valley In the state there have been oneortwo
-- delay. Little Exchange fruit has moved : case. worI William Case Temple is the As has been stated in a previous issueot generally desire to see Kissimmee /grow Gazette and am well pleased with It. arrests for violation of the green _ _
yet, its policy being to only move Iruit man. Believing: thoroughly in the this paper, the cannery will be boated until it is too big for its present confines If Kissimmee isn't going to boom, i It fruit act and in one instance the hi- ,
at Its best, but outsiders are hereby I cause of co-operation and willing to at Pinedale immediately adjoiningthe let them turn their attention to Won't be your fault. dietment was quashed because of the I
given the/ opportunity to ship as soon as I sacrifice everything to help that cause. western limits of the city which is I locating enterprises that require large Very truly yours faultiness I of the construction of the indictmvnt. -,

legally permissible. Mr. Temple again: wentvoluntarily directly in the midst of the truckers' forces of skilled workmen to operate. _. H. WITKOWSKY. The shipper, not desiring to _
S FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE. I "into, the harness as manager of the fields and fruit groves. A city never has as yet achieved, much -- be heard on the merits of the case preferred _ _
( WRIG 'I I-'h rida Citrus Exchange ata yearly A most enthusiastic meeting of sub- importance without a bigSaturday night Revival Services.The to escape on a mere technicality.
far less than his in the and don't believe Kissim- -
WAS WRONG twit ry private income scribers to stock enterprise was payroll we reviyal services in the Methodist .
per month, and is devoting all his wak- held in the office of the Nelson Realty nice will be .exception to this rule. church are growing in interest and Some of the commission men and '
. L. ; ing hours to the good of the cause of company on Tuesday night and after Many souls are getting outsider are appealing to state pride,
Got in Bad and Was Pinched for I thin Florida grower of citrus fruits. the.promoter and practical canner, Mr. -FARMRS'INSTIl UTE i spiritual right power.with God. Special services and have created a bugaboo 'that the "
W ith such at the helm devoting had demonfeta- i'
i I.
a man A. F. Spawn thoroughly 'for men and boys next Sunday at 3 agitation hurting the' sale of fruit,
Stealing Goods from Laundry.Earle i all of his wonderful 1 vitality, en- ted how fruit and vegetables could be I o'clock m. At the Sunday school at and in the next agonizing wail say-It i*
: erlo[)', personal magnetism and big evaporated and canned with very little Tram to Tour the State of florida 9:45 o'clock p. a men' Bible class will be a shame that the fruit should be held '
Wright, erstwhile foreman of brain to further the work of cooperation expense, 'there was ndt a man presentbut organized. All men, not member of up as the pub Ic 1 I. clamoring for It at
the Kissimmee Model laundry, wsear-' I I there is no -doubt but that cooperation who believed that this-f nterprise Leavipg Gainesville Nov. 15. other Sunday school are invited to the highest price ever known' at this '
rested and locked up in jail Wednesday has come to stay and that would not only pay handsome -dividends any become members. Brother .Ha1ley, will date. C
night by Sheriff Prevatt on a charge of I I the great work started in the season of on the money invested, but that it wouldbe The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad has be the teacher. Come and let us study The Florida Citrus Exchange ha
to the liKKMO will bear fruit in the to of other equipped a ciat train of six cars and
stealing articles sent laundry. years the means inducing many sp the Bible. You are cordially invited to offered $100 to each of the thirty-two
For the past week or two patrons of come. Mr. Temple' undertook the manufacturing enterprise to locate placed them at the disposal of the attend all services W. II. FUNK state east of the Mississippi to the first
the laundry' have been complaining of a work for one year taking the office as here. At this meeting Mr. M. S. Shoup Farmers! Institute of the University Pastor. 'thirty-two inspector* who effect a con- '.'
.I shortage in /goods delivered from that I manager of the Exchange on July last, was elected trustee to handle funds, and of Florida, for a complete tour of the ---. --.-.- --- viction. It will be like passing a camel *
*;? concern 'and Manager Limbeck was I but he now feels that his work has not that gentleman will pay out the sub- state leavink Gainesville November I Shakers Have Plenty of Money. through the eye of a 'needle to get a 1
baffled in his efforts to discover how the I teen completed and with the bull-dog scribers'! money only upon the completion 15th. box of oranges through this gauntlet. .
ogoods became lost, not suspecting that energy for which he is noted he will of a certain amount of work on the The train will be made up as follows Ashton. Fla., Oct. 18, 1911. The' Exchange member- are not
Wright was connected, with their dlsap- stick to the game for the very love of grounds and buildings or the receipt : Editor Valley Gazette. worrying They are pledged to the -
., pearance. success as in Mr. Temple'. creed thereis here of the machinery necessary to run Two carload of farming implements, Our central ministry have left it with dictate of the parent organization and 1"
.L Wednesday morning a maid at the no such word as fail. the plant. representing; the most improved machinery me to say whether I shall employ expert to a man are 'against the1 shipping S
;1Lakeview hotel where Wright was "Do the growers of Florida appreciate The one and only thing that is holding in the state. counsel or not and full liberty is green oranges. ,Tb Florence Villa Citrus I
bearding, while "engaged in-cleaning up I the sacrifices this man i* making Kissimmee back and keeping it from at One carload of hogs 20 or 25 head given to use the ,Ocfetil'i funds I say. Growers' Aseoelatl o.,, which ships i ' 1
the room occupied by him accidentally for their sake. Let each one ask that once becoming largest and mOlt Important representing four or five of the'mo.tImpro.ed this inanswer to press reports to the ; 100.000 boxes or more s season*'have' I
discovered a bundle of lauedry that did question of himself. With absolutely city in inland Florida is the absence breeds. contrary. Can furnish letter t4 prove notified that 'they will not beglnshiuj
> not appear to belong there and openedit. I nothing to gain for himself personally of a healthy Saturday night payroll One carload of forage crops, grasses, this. Would be thankful to have ydu. ping of, Parson Brown. ,October.IGUv; '
She Informed Mrs. Norris, wife of he is devotingHhe time to which he bas and now that we ate to have a cannery cereals, corn legume that have been' publish this letter. E. B. GlLLETT. a* they are not 'fQlIYIn.tured1DMi a&-'. '-
the proprietor'who, upon! investigating, I earned a right to rest, in the cause of on a large scale, v.e believe that collected! during the past six month. nounce) first ,shfpPlenta' two week tor i . fJIr'
i f oun,4 the bundle to contain table cloths. I the growers of Florida as a whole, and the ice ha been broken an.. people will One carload of citrus product representing Mr. J1't.Mc v r, representing the month later. ' ;,,' \ f.i'," tl '
napkms towels and ladles and gentle-., yet there are thousand of-growers who begin to come here in, suc. numbers method of packing, varietiesof Nitrate v Agencies company of. Savannah When Florida fruit begirt movfnir ,,, '
Tnen's handerchlefa.a i I have not yet listened to the call of the that we will forcedto extend the orange and grapefruit, etc.:, illustrated ' Ga., was in the cjty this week Interviewing this year.the, consumer-'*11 over the,, ;:.',
Mr. Norris is theijfl. !, clarion for that Mr. Tem-' limits accommodate them with photographs and enlarged trucker the rd'(
A* president of co-operation city to our a*to amountof United State ,.W.fMIo that Mia getting -, JI! '
< laundry company \'IIn.\ \\ Norris was | pie and other devoted men are sending It i is true that there are more men : charts to show method* of control of fertilizer they would use1 for their something worth' the price-As fuJI,,- *( ,,"'

,>,; aware of the complaint which had been fortb." employed. here in the building line than disease, application of fertilizer etc.; spring crops. ripe, frait: juicy andfragranf..t. ra, '..f ..' j "

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V V VS irsn; of'fish V her,Judge of _W Court, ma ,. e Probate
V Judging the number In Mr. hlaoa
IJ 1IILLIARDSISLAND NOTICE for a Seal dlaohar. as jUrolnlatrmlor of S -
V Cline's box in' the Iake.Mr.: Miller mad .Iole 0' \tlm.I..lIll..a .ea li and. Ibe
Anal .oou ,
; : V ,,., quit ft record. me aa administrator same of said ualace, and "Vo| ,

.' S. S. BUZZA & JS.ON. Items of' News Prom That Thriving V The park'" ichool'with Miss Hodga' as Of Application, for letters Patent. their Dated approval.Auguiat lit A..05191. SC -

*/ V : Settlement'and' Its Vi 'nity.: teacher, U now In session' with. twenty-- Tb. undersigned "hereby agree to beoome aaDelated 38-tmo I InO *' MINX.!A4miiilslrsk> ,,' S

and Concrete two upb1 l 1\\, together for the purpose of beoomliifi
: Cement The Jong dry spell has has broken' .t McAllister S body Corporate suit politic, under the .awl -- V-_" V
) Ml
S V V of Klsalmmee wa a of Stale. of of which ,.
V V I the Florida) the provisions NotIce Administrator.\ .., .
last, the sound pf the 'engines-is heard Visitor on Sunday andwas entertainedby .hereby .......plM. V '
; S Work: of all Kinds . Tb. following ArtIcles of InoorporUon kballoonmltate In Court of the County Judge. State of Florida.;
; no more, and everybody I Is rejoicingover Miss Engej. I and become Its charter Upon the III r. KMaleof Catherine A. !ttturtuvant: D' ,-

:; : SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY the fin* rains. Mr.; Walker went to Kisslmmee- last I laiuanoe of Letter Patent FIRST, according. to law r waawl.Oaoeola Notice IH hereby County.lwn. to all whom it- may

Miss Lessie Hay who is attending ou the liltia'dsv of December AY
: C'O"cern.lh.t
I Saturday and sold lot of 1
:-a- the finest The name ol thla corporation shell !>ft, Klualmmve apply to the Honorable G_. V.
D. I shall)! ,
ReaMencrhona 58 Mabbette! StreetS school ,in Kissimmee spent Saturday sweet, potatoes ener seen 'there, All ar.n Land Bead Loan ....d Iuv..Ktmeut 19Ia- Judge of saId Court ae Jodtce of Probat --

V V Office Phone 132 near Dil1fn ham Ave.Crop ., V and Sunday with her parent r grown In the Park; I principal I Company pace;of, of biiaiiims i Kleslmmee.: Khali: be Florida.In KlaMinmee 11,5- K r -my tn(.>Html o( Catherine' dlmharg.A.u

'i:' 1AVLV V S . j We are sorry to report that.the family Mr. McAllister's well Wing or vluinltv, {J ( onnf. Florida rraniHl, and thai at tlio same time will premit
V V for .Mr.
j Branch o..oe may be established at ...uh o'lwr final account' .. Administrator of fMdemat
of T. A. Hughy were all sick on Sun Cotterman was finished aJew days'ago pisces In the Stale of Flotlda. or otIe StateS of my ... an.l Slit for tliiUr approval." '
the United SL.UM., or In an. foreign. oOlIll.rpo"r '
day and of them able to attend DHIIWI Julie 'Ii- ,A. 0. 1 ll i. '
V | none and a splendid flowing well Is the re.. or kingdom aa may bo -eelected, br the N. a CARBON.
S V VV I services. suit. Board of DlreuUirs. 24-0...... a m-'

aVitV Mr. David Bass of near St. Cloud is SECOND.
Repairs on the old dock
are nearly The general nature of Ihri hiiHlni to be 5 V
helping, Mr. Ira Wetherbee erect a finished. We understand that a tele. tr-mxacUHl by this corporation nhnll l>u* as (ol- Divorce Notice.
V Iowa : lo bold buy; own. (lire, control work,
building, on East Lake which they will phone is to be placed in the dock house dnvetoo aell. roovey, in..,,, ranrtmif1'. I1..(I4J.| In flroult rourt Mmpnf' VIanlinCarnia James

Insurance occupy while having their home built. for ..""II.n".. cultlTau*. i>li..r. ditch lnM,>r4* and lom"I.I"| l .. v. ua> !MII lainvM" Defendant.Hi'vcnlli .
the accommodation of Park residents. ouierwine d .lln and dUiioae of real oHiat, Judlclnl, \ < Iron" It., I M-eula CoUnty. In'hamfry. ,
Messrs. Carl Hilliard and Rosier Lawson peiHonal and mixed propfrlv, And any right. < : .
liilerrat >ir ntale In them ol thum. wiih.: nindnvit mleil to the bin
oriiny II npi'i-nniii.'liy" ni" p
made a trip to St. Cloud by launch Mr. Chas. Allen has finished his'' seed out limit a> to ..OUIl.. and 10 any and .11 in thHTrtiovM-HtaUjil' ,r..ut.e .that Darid H.

: Sunday afternoon.As things .I.p'kprlao for the development of theaamn. Slwl... I iliii ,...,.'",ll\ht tin-rein) Minimi'whoa*
beds on Mr. McCool's land and the and for .ni' an
'!' V We furnish J'lans or InstallIrrigation had been previously arranged for, showers the last few days did the rest. the same may lie adopted ; to erect and con. (, era :it la lliorHortt! ,trtl:.r u that aaidnonrc
V strict houses, buil V VS V Rev. :J. I 1). Wyandt preached at St. Capt. Davis' new boat schedule I.working i is every kind and dcwrlpllou : to borrow or loan to appear to the Mil i of l iMiinjilaln* tiled

V I Cloud Sunday afternoon to a large attentive fine money on note. or .bonds secured l I.y lunrtirsirn In "hl"'II..r ",.f....' Munilm', the bth day
out and his business
has for plediie of real kind uf otlu'rwldo Ibo
Outfits culato, or any personal of Novt-mlM A. D rill I I. allcKam -
: and appreciativc audtence. Mr.Carteon's : increased to such ah extent that even pioperty. ;; tu carry on a iicnvriil rvnl m.tate I ( will 1m taken IIHC.t.nft'Hwud .by Bnld da/end.' .
rent anil iioller-tlou SKIMICV ; to arfcas real. ant.
V boat came over and took several .with two boats running he has barely ealate- brokers and aitalim, for th. |.urrha.c. it i is furlhcr. ordpred thai OHM oroer be j>nbllhh -

: ; people from this vicinity.Mr. sale management or dlMpoitltiuii,. and Hale of allkhu'i. \ ., been able
V to carry the freight without ol i.r |".rty, real (Hirnonal aud nilxeil ; to in I ill. kis-iiniinT. Vallvr'' CHM-IIP.; a uaw>pe>per
I S THE FOOl GASOLINE ENGINE S. T. Fansler donned his hurtting delay. oiiil l, lease, own. acquire: and operate one or pnlillHliiMl in 'RIoI l (oiinty' and State
S SV more hotels; 'to lIaise tile Uoudu, of nald rorporHtlou Thin AiiKii 5, .Any Style I Pump coat and, with gun in hand, started out Mr. Lou Seaman Is a busy man these either f> r ash.. or as collateral. for HK.ii.-y ,' ; K. 1XINKOAN: .

) early Monday morning in pursuit of advanced; M Issue, bonds of sail con oration, 1510.11.1'[ Clii-l.:! t'lrruilOrart.' : '
days managing; ; the various improve. either for saL to the general nubllr or to beu KII7AIIF1 I II JOIINH1ON.''

S; Any Size Engine chicken hawks, and incidentally to try ments and superintending the men at ..... aa collateral monK....... loaiiH; to name i.. K. 1I I UlHH-i.I I'l-putr Clerk
the belt or neltt a truatne on bond loaim, ho w III reprmint -ill. .i lion f 11SF CIMI !>lnl unlit 80-tH
and from Mr.
win championship work in different parts of the Park.It thh corporation, ami alno certify to Ibo .

C. H. Funk. Being unable to do so, he pnrchaaer of bt>nds that said, b....... are ,.ecui red
Any Quantity Pipe will soon be picking time in Mr. liy real estate nmrtgnitn iiuarvntueliivi tlie. pay- Notice of Application for Tax Deed.
returned with a large bald eagle and McCool's The grapefruit is turning m..ut of ash,! bundii and I Inlen-Kt I Ilienon I loHultuerllM
grove. -
hawk. for, punhaKe., recnlve. own or holilfor Niitu'c. IH lu-rt-bv Kl\nn that C i U Carroll pur.liaiiM .
one yellow and the oranges are nearly I Inrektmenl or ntbeinlKtillMpime of. ii On Monday night Mr. Funk captureda < isuce. CU.OM, Hock I ..r otdiimtlonn I of Ii laNnxfiniii., A. I) I':)' ., lm. Html auld ocrI .. -
ripu. CORRESPONDENT.: luillvidntiiH, coriH.ratloiiN uhelevi-r lot.ntixlor I illfnt., I In "inv <.ltl<.e, ..,,,.101\- nmtlo I npt/flcatlon(
: Quick Shipments from Tampa large catamount that had bt'en com- orKHiilr.i-d.anik.::: :' : while the owner
: mittins about his hen house. iHiintH. or ol llKnlli,>, H lo have anil exrr-.i 5,uM .'rttlli I 'wt<, i Ill lrsllth, lowing deNrrlii' -
r :5 < l lwu ail'1 votliiit, "IKLMTH IlinriKin. to r.-.'.-.lveiiioiuj | .i 1 rir*'ity 'Itimtttl I In I tic Comity of 0..
FOWLER PARK. for iiiM'kluieiu and to Invt-M lie : : : ,.I
( S We are still hoping that somethingwill kaniito eiilHtut(5 of Florida, I M ItI
I Inilld.. oun icac,.. Control ,charter and opt'rate I 'I 11". :-. 1'1 soon be done to better the condition j tiainwujH. rallu I ii> ..iigi i...*. oitrMeHt....,lti. qiiarlcrot I "II"' (t...rI b lh\. ..di Ii|unrliT' of ctaion 1L
\ t 1 : of the roads between here and KisS IIKhlt'r, .."., other i veil'cli-K. aud 'nnlni.. Ji i'ioi"lii' lie l(1I( -.". KHHl.Tin1 '.
write for T PAYS
Why not prices Local Happenings Interestingly Told | or limpem' or imidiirt Mii'l, Inml I liclnu. ..s--i.s.I, at Hi* date of
} I m mee. I .owm.l jr <'..iltroi lei hvxalil! ,c-ofiiknmui
Our .perHotiM or lit rorpornlloliK, 111 coJiiuH.tlon ,'
&tj V -M by Correspondent. I the I l h"HII..H.t hiH corpuriit, 'ItiI. Itt not to IIHI. I I' nl.<,K. HHl'l. n rttflcntt .h..11| || In rpdiiemod V- -

V I Ihe snine for SIcIl.g Hie l IiaIi.s' of H ,(nioiicarrier orillni" I In Inu'. lOx <.t..1 l l nil) MHIIU thercHiu on
To the Commi'aaionera of 0. :
1" County <:.- Mr. Wood of Kansas City Mo ar- to eiuingil i In, I iircpHre all .:: iHiltleuiHiiiifHciure t",. i'I'III I ilnr. ..l Nov< nil.( <'r. V l I.I. 1'11.1

THE CAMERON & BARKLEY ala County. rived l Friday of last week and I for nle, .,,1\ or nil character of I -,..I! .\ ' v> Ki For an ideal home Itiia surely does suit; friend Mr. Godard. 'licy art" going MiHiiulni'lure ,.ft("(. 'nt! liotlli or ''''|.''''Hr> n.i.".1"| i .ttnl. Florida. .
: V fonda coctlng r tir u rajipen. for 'lilpminl <1".1 t ('ire i r
\ Tampa COMPANY The and to make extensive .lIon..f '1 h, 11'I 'I III I.IIAIlIoIIJ.I"IJS"'ION.'C.| |
\ groves so glossy green improvements on \ MIII 1II."I""ur.I..r.. in til fur murket.
and. to nell anil .lir,|....... of Mich i HUM and
) the with their lands in the eastern of theI'ark.
Ary trees all.ladened rip..ningfruit. part tinlllii., and urappi-rn' ,Ilif gi'lieral' plihlli.' In.

tLL Mr.Wood's family will rome I1S eri-ci and, npernti'on; ,, or more refrlui'r .lor mi Notice for Publication.i'ljiiutmcnt .
1 old -lomiie .I.IHHIH. mill, for Hie( HHle ot I h, .jirodnctK
- As fine as ever was seen. soon) as he has the home ready forth ( tlierclroni' to iniihtrui't( or, 'inK.. sa "* ( ..t. Ihe Inli rlor t I'. N. I and OfJU at
IMIIIKI., .I .",1 IIUHKC in H K""r.1! \\Hriliouv. , 'Iebnsvillc, I loridn. .,, 'Hi tulM.r. 7 lull I
V 'm. men,'ImiidiHfnu, or < ..,,,,nI.ea )V liiiKineHi.(( .to "\\ nand Some Is i here'I"\ HIM'n that JIM I lilies'' of
S You haven't been ou, 'tis plainly seen.We Mr. Cox is putting up a good! house onus oHrHte| HAW mllln. trtth nit Hei'ewMHrv ui- l,<''mjiniHn.) I-IH who I .on A|>nl I ;. I<, Ill. made I.t I.
i chiucrj-for the inannfHi. of luiiilxr, antnnlnli I i Homestead Fntri' nnm. I -> nftl' : J lor I-. l ot
) : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ advise you and that very plain land. .lil..., lo iiihiiiifHi, ( ((( .Hire tun ,.mli-s ",".1 olln' 'r SW aiiilH\l i.ofVK: i,. .0,(,.11,11 .". 'lounnhlp.vsoulh. .

.S s -S If you come, 1M drive your very best bnildhig, lIIalen.l.Ith, .....w'.r to >i.II a n.l( dliupoHe :'. I Itaiitf .7 K'ist, T.IIn hR'...,. His rldian.
A I If eight or ten of our bachelors would l of t ",, .uu'o..ture.l"r..h' ,,' ', to i rip I ,one nrmorn I h.. ,tiled notu e of ,inuMition 10 niak>' final five

: FOR ORANGE GROWERS V tam, end l for a helpmeet we know they would wharvi.. and diK'kii and toum'tlii. stum" \"enr I"roof, to 5 cst-abliMh. <,'a ln to t hiInnd stiove
:" Or will stall in the Hughy lane. for the. |...r'H.' ..|.. of thin corporation. or to nut .......rlh..I. Ui for,, thii Clerk' of 1 the Clrciill, I ourS
you then be prominent citizens. or Ie.... .>ame.; lo pun'liam, the mock of othercorMiralloiiH. nt l Ktnslminec, 1'1..0" (lie. It'''ib Any of, Not cm-
and | sLid to lAke over nnrt opernte, thecharter her 11111.
t. .. Just to think of the roads the t..rribl..1 I What Is the matter with the Florida and prl\ilcKeB I of any other corpontlon *. lalinanl name aH wlln''I. :

belles? I : -to pay for the properly:: or plant of an) W ham I, t anil'bel I I of I Station.IHa,
} V roads.If other. cortHiratlon. In tin MIX.k of nmholhtrcorMiration 1 its.. C/. llancmk of t IxiUKliinaii, !"I..
: ( you're ten'Vr-hearted 'twill surely Some one said Fowler Park was on ) or i lie. lM"udn ot NIII'ti other t'orixir'atlon /ai'arlnh JV. Hlles ,of iuithman Kla.I .
LADDERS or I In nlock or iMiuiU of t hlfl I corporallouan I Ian I it row. of I I IH
1 V bring tears) fire. It can't burn long if the jfcod may lie ....<',....., and lawful I.) the lawn of 1"'hm.I",' H CII"".. .
We have the best Picker's Ladder the Stale of Florida. f Orange ever rains continue.It Register.
S S think of the loads and loads and loads 1
made Hickory rounds, will last for years. 10 TIIIItD.
is fine weather for the truck
4s4 S. feel; to 35 feet. Hauled over them the past many years. gar. The amount of the capital Mock of ,hIM corporatlon Notice of Administrator.
dens. Each seems to be trying to out ) .hallhe I I One lluinlre>l ThoiiHaml Dollarn -
PAPER. If horses and moles only could talk \f1''_'M"'.OU M.) ..1t'.I".... Into' olui lluiiiHaodNharcaof :nCollrtofCmmly Jiiflga. Stale of Florida.!
ig. : & do the other, or else they are all tryingto the par value ol i OliO I II I unOred anil ro Estate: of Stella I cl. Wright Das, O"oe- -r

The highest grade paper for Oranges, Grapefruit And tell you juet how they feel ; grow something to eat. The celery no-Inn' Ikillnra (*IINI' oui cash: 1(1( I'r e"llt..f naldcoplial CIM Ci'Inty
I m01'k xlmll I he' ib In I IHU I fill i Notice In hereby glen, to all I I o bom it mayronwrn.
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p ti.uiiy
and All FRESH :
t V Tangerines. STOCK new It you don't think the roahs bad just fields and cabbage: plants are looking of the I lilted mule*, or in proper: ) ,,r ,,,'l V l.i.a.: Ihalon, I the Itbdsyof Jat,,lsry. A I II ).
S S from the factories, NO LAST YEAR'S STOCK come out and walk- 'and Ihu Ii.iauuee of tho capital I ''',,'k Khali be I IPI 2. I .hall..r."t I I .i in)' nliniial, "" ,'ounL. aa Administrator -

S ON HAND. A-farge; stock on band, immediate beautiful.All "pa) able In i ah. jiropcrty. labor or .Henlcen of the iixlaliof 50.1 lla << w rIght, "
: S deliveries and prices Or try it with an automobile. the gardeners here a J JUKI \ .i(lilt houk. t.o lie awl 1 b)' the I IticoriHiraUir deeenxed. to the Honorable, I t.cs K lanker
right. over
are anxious -
5, S '. or dlrn-ttir. ata ineccniK tile, calloil for that Ju k GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING to a visit to Aultman's truck purpoM for their approalDatuil. .
)pay V
Rest your team often, ohl! my land 'OUln-Ii. July .1.\ A. 1) 11111.!
V NAILS V farm. It might be most as good as 5 A K. IlhOl'1,111lam '.
Ahead of us is seen Thin corporation ihall exIM for a p rlixl of !-- "6 mo*'pd Adnilnl-t mlor.

,' ; Pearson's Cement Coated Nails- too well known A lady, out in the road of sand going; to a county fair. Has our county ICBH ninety-lime koonor ulHHolied learn from:-ordltig ibite of Ihe to I law.Charter u "- 1 _ __ __ __ n _

to need comment. 1 fair glimmering?
any gone
Pushing behind a machine.If FIFTH Application for Final Discharge.
4 penny Orange box nails. 4 penny- special N. B. l"owler of Smith Dorian Point
V The bualncHMof hall bn
S needle flat thocirorwLlon con In Court of the County Judpe. State of...Iorid.. j
pointed the
large hooplesa :' 'do.cted I i-y a board of not less than three (.Ibr
r something's not slone and that very was in town Saturday. Oaccola County, In re t.Ute: of Tim. Ba... .. ',"K
V box. 3 penny vegetable crate nails. more than five (5)) director A majority of Its dae'd.; ,
You don t have to- wait for these just wire or V soon. V V Mr. and Mrs. Rezner went In. fo town board of dlrecloraahall\ nwlde In t hex..tile. of Notice Is hereby given to all whom -ft may eon 'V,

: S phone me and they will be shipped' at once Our people will go Insane; V Monday on the 3chool boat, Florida. Secretary and I liii shall I'rxddeut be reHldents and U'n..nl1tIBII.jJorand. of ..aIttete.. c.rn.I shall thaton apply the lOt"the day IO of J.n".I7.Gee. A.F. 1)11111, ". I''

': VVI t Else they'll \save to get a balloon Ira Mank is fencing his, land.' He has The Hoard of IHrcotora ihall ielept from among JuIg.I of aaii: Ju as :hr'.leo: Probate.; I'ark.r.for ;; ,': '
CRATE MATERIAL I 1'renldeut and (leuural .
): : tlNynselvei! : : Mauiager.VleuPioatient hln.J' discharge as .d..lhl"lrator of the estate of .'
Considerablelot ;
in also finished .
Or ride over an aeroplane.- just doing a Meorelmrr. andTreasurer. tinep'flHfl Time Baaa. dePeaMd.and that at the same time I -
S Fruit and Vegetable crates, the best. Prompt of plowing.Mrs. [ may hold! the ofllce of I l'r..lll"111 andicnernl will prcuwtnt my final accotinta an ailminiHtratur of
VV deliveries and consistent prices con8idS Our cries will surely be heard at last: S (: : MHiiHger, aHo) one petnon; : ipiiy hold I'h,' I aalil ..,"I" and auk fur thrir siirovah.I'at.ed S
quality ,
4' I iiI a 'I Treasurer.
Snow spent last Friday in Kis- e -ei.rclary July T ered. Ask us for quotations on car lots delivered "Come over and help us. we pray : Itid Hoard of' DlrecU' ra tthall. I I hits lie rtlil,, horiv *'All IIASS. Sr AilminlHlrator..
to any station. simmee shopping. I h i to apuolnt I all I 1 ncei'Hsar, > nuuiitN of Him' i orpomlion I -"-I mo-'.mi .
S r Or have in the .
we go on, as we i
I The lake front families enjoy the increase .* u mi Hi met.ft OKI of the. nto< holder lmll I IM, -

pant, j in traffic. Sometimes five vessels 1..1.I..n the, fourth,, Mninlii). in l>iH..iiil>ui IIII-HI I IJ h Order of Publication.

flV )I Loqal and Long Distance Phone 207. Clear to the end of the way?" i "i'..r. Hi' th .prim Ipn) (.III. .* of the col piirHi loll
can be seen at once or nt any hrR"I'I. oltli' 'e In the Stat ol rlnriilti. III llii-flrt-iiil i.." rl of.[ the -iviutli Ju.llHal
Phone or wire at my'expense. for quotations. to l 10. HI.lei',led l h) tits (I."I..f. I'lnrdH' >it,' tin. l I Irrint., I In Hint. for'. I"..'eolit ( o.inlv, islets, of
'( Don't bring your tourists out this way CORRESPONDENT.!: : h..ut..f ten o'l-loi'k I In,, the fun. noon. nr n* M OII Klorliln Jn C hula.-. ri
Un'ri-afler An prnclii able. at trhlcli t the I lloKnl K I) \\iirluif, ('oinplHinaiil' |
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For 'twill only make you sad ..I | iire. < torn Khali bu duly ties. ted, li) tile KIH'k .
I I ll'il'llTH, II'III In 111 .1. "r.',-" .1 i llirlii'rlrrin ( I
(- W. R. FULLER To hear them storm and curse and Bay New Hotel for Sale or Lease. I II"i l>yHv\Kfor) the govi-rnmi 01. ol i thiniorporatlon I. into \Miik.-luiHii.I Mill loJ!,.|,, ,,,'.

"The roads, they are so bad !!" 5- hhall be ash...pled at I Ihe h orKaniVHlioiinielllngof .n,1, all perxviin 01 her than loud, from,

:' I Yard New Hotel located in one of the fastest l the ..,",'kh..II'r., or an NOOU thereafter tht. ; atxne nHiiu'd. imrtleN I I Iltl!, a
Office H/ilesroom.lU4't : r'
a' i i.rai t .liableI ( (aiming HII Iii 'reet I In the .k
HENDRY & KNIGHT'S TERMINALS If this county won't fix the roads as we growing towns in the state. This I mil ihi lint tinnual meeting. the b\iKn] |i'rll'rty| I In u thin I bill Ii-

S V FOOT OK FRANKLIN STREET hotel is only 75 feet distant from thedepot of HHld corporation ahull I IH .-oil.III'lc,1 by th,' ,...1. DvfendnniH j
4 ask, located in new brick block. contains follow lag uaniiHl pi'rHoni HUI.1) ..IU,'",. A uil os% It apiiearlng. by atlluHX it apnili| l to the bt'llof
+ TAMPA FLORIDA When the trolley Tine comes this way | J"hll'.1'r'uh'1( mid I .rIll'ral MOil age r, \\V complaint I filed I I In atxivti atnled cc lisle. that
2> rooms above, with r'freshmen I. "lit....', Vice-rriMlil" ; liaviH homier. Secrvtnrj thedef 1 I,ndantn are nun renldento I ol I thin Slate
We'll load on our fruit, and we all will and dining room on the ground floor. an-l'I I 1 rt usurer, and the fol lois I Ing din'ilorn of' rli.rlda. ;wlioH. resldonre I IH linkiiiiwn. aud

L V Vw Furniture and fixtures are all new and ( A "(.11.... JolniHOii, \\'. I. M i i ton and I,1 lio are all I I over Ito.. IIKCI of twenly iinu. 7V"....
V pass LHVH! hum. er It I In therefore ordered I that the nonrxnldentilefondHiitH. .
: V To the county that's over the way. up-to-date. Can be leased for a period SIXTH. I I the ,usli l\Mlllain I I J. I ir<'..". J. Her
V of five years, with privilege of five The highcNl. Hlnonnt, of indoMcdmwH fir lia- bert CI'.n. and Otto I'. 1\ Inkelman. ".. ault they

1'1. But hear us now,. for good roads we years additional. Splendid opportunity butt ) .HUH,' I. orpnratlonhall;: : Ml any.If me Miilijei: :;t are romplKlnt hereby flled Osilirrll|In thin to lilIlie.uppear". on or to before the 1 bill the of
hleelf5'iNii not lie than luo lluudnil andh'lity
p.- for a first class hotel man to secure a more .
r 'IsiS .10' of J.II"" ,. I'm. other.. lH" the allegationH
.i\ : plea. business that will pay from the day of TholiHHUi' 1 Oollarn ($JAO! null' UUl.HKKMf of sHill bill will be taken as confessed. by

V That our troubles may all be past opening. A large number of travelingmen V !. knid il,ili-nilanl4.,
S 1'lie name and reMdencen ,,the mitiacrlberHto III. further ordered that I thin order be pnbllnheil -
I:f Cypress Shingles And then to our county true will be. visit this place every day in the I 'h..... ArtlcleH, of IncorporHilon. ttiKethiT 1 OIIPO, a week for eight\ consecutive weeks

i As the good roads last. year. and the town is filled'with tour with the, number of roe fcubucnhcd" so by I '/ In I lie Klnxlnimte.I Valley I (TTrelte I: a new*, _
long as ists during the winter months. Full ,,jaeh are an follows. ........r .."hIlHh,111I salil "ounl"nd "Hlate ,
and Pine Lath (INiiuli 1h,. Hill clay ol .
: Cypress THE LADIES. October rill I II
: particulars to interested Callon ,' Kfwlilence. Minrel
persons. r f-'k' *!. I .* HTHI 5 n K<: DONIIIAS,
A n.irew. JohijHon Sau, .'foul. Florida !'aiU
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early if are interested in a CU-rk of' <
us Ircult
't' V you I. Mllteir! I Man f.,rsl. Hornlii' I II Onulia ''I'.i.i : Court. .
of this kind and will Hy iumn .IOHM.TIIN, ]>. n.O. .
proposition we .
and Dressed I \ IN 1-ort.ter Haiifurd, Klondtt One
Rough FramingFlooring ,,
F. 1,1
KISSIMM PAPK K rI "Hollcltor for Coiimlalnant i ( I.l-Kl:
.. show you the pioperty. i In UltneHKhereof I We' have, i ('tell ''li o setonr
H. M. I BRAKER\ & Co. ha uis,, .".1 H ill a.t our HI IIM I iii,. lf\h\ .Icy of
and Finish 3-1-tf i V ' """' Kissimmee. Fla. 0'1<>1...,, A. l I' PM1ANP1IKU. Order of Publication.
Ceiling <
Siding ;
Items of Interest' From Our Busy KOKr-TKK [ I'alJ.: In the CiK'ull Court of the Seventh, JudlrlalIroull

-- 1 S W. I. Mll.K KK: (1'eai < I In anil for Om'eola (:'ounu I '. >-t ate of
; [Neighbor Aaoss the Lake. FlorlilH! In' ChnuiMtrt'
: The Kissimmee Library.The :: ; .
H I I' arfiiK, t (oniplHUitmt, I
,./ Send'us your orders and they will have our best '

.: 4L[ attention. We are Sales agents for some of the Mr. K.: E. Fairbanks is getting readyto Kissimmee Library otters to its HTATK OHANUK OK FLOK1DA l ot NTY. /lI Willlnm .1. [ir.\ .",.''' J. II rlmrl I I -r

Ii largest and best Pine -an.d Cypress Mills in Florida. open up a large and well stocked subscribers a list of over four hundred I htrcby. certify I lhnt before. mi*, the. ul.derkigliHd (All reen.I I piTionH otto \niikelinnii.other. limn the. ;I r Bill mush to from Renal.. ./

V Delivered VVJ store near the old dock. The residentsof books by the best authors any or all of authority I In and fur rnlil, I 011. II Iy and nlxjte nnlnHl |iH>rtliv. c ,,1111'1111e., J
prices quoted on request 51.i penioiiitlly: appi ro.!I Andrew: lolnmon.' I IIIK an I IntiTHNl I III. tin b >roiierI I
which have the of V lt. ;
the Park will be pleased with this you privilege readingfor \N MiltiHTaiid i ln\iH forHti r, known to meto t) In ,Ihi,. hill <],-.<'rlhixl. Li,,' |/
only $2. which secures a single .be the. pi ntoiiH who executed I the fortgoingha ft'mlaiil
news as they appreciate the necessityfor membership or $5 for a family mem- I rU'r and m'','ibi ttcknow ledLred that: he t'Xe SI In nil I wlioin i It iin\ ooni'orii' )

:r GILLETTE= LIMBER & TRANSPORTATION CO. a place of business on this side Of terMhip. Capt. Trench the librarian, cntiil In .tateil.N lie. ( for the iiHUnanil pnrpoHUH tliere* IlappeHrluit 'from t lIe nnorii bill of omjilallit.
Slosh .
the lake where a well kept and large will issue you a membership card for \ I liens lIlY hand Hud ....1! of ..111,'". at 'an- in I nils i msi. Hint Ilicrtt nre ..r'"N liiturenteil
I In the '''I'ly I liivo v.IIU I I lhi i l. CU it, lit"
fl TAMPA, FLA.T stocked storr would be a great conven the above amount. Library in State ford, Florida. thin Hiln day of Oe'I""r.I l II. or than th" kuowci defenIii! ,,",1 Hint the
'S Elli" numb ol Hiirti, Ho iilen.ntii.
Bank building. 8-tf piTHolm | are un
I : I'nlillu Meal.] .
I Notary
_ i- ience. known tji lli "imiilauuiU., and Hint relief li
-- Mr. Fairman, of Dubuque, Iowa wa!< :Notary: Public.Btate of Klorldn.My prayud' I I It., d"mini-:,isIaiia.I .lull: ,.,f U. lnpl tI llIll\tjl\lIl.t Kn hUliknou .

in the Park last Saturday looking over of CotuniisHton expires April', 1U1J.NOTK !. t I. theri'fore or.lfTi.J. that nil I.ITH.JIIH rlalmIIIK -
Notice to Sell Real
-- !a, S :,' i.................................................................. Application I an inl.-rrHt i la ami I 'lo'lTi" fojlovt l I IIIK! .iliwribed.prupertj .
: the land and. under the guidance of HIIUHIH I In t Ito County of UnceolaHtntii .
: of Klorliln, t -wlt.IliHWiuthweiit
V WHAT IT MEANS Mr. McPhatter, made a selection of nr I'ATKNT.: ,, the .
S 5 5 In the Matter .if the K,.U.lo of C. A. CuinnmiK". unnrter. nulithweat qliar.tor : ....;.
fr : MaaJ' people do trot know what a *nk. Capital l< for. or the,. be.ea very fine tract of prairie landH. ),"ipat<...l. f Notice 4a hereby given that on the :J7h day aertloii. of the IW""I.liv.nunlhcaKt. (Jii.'l"art'r.). townni'lp anil lot four (4)) of ......
_. S : .w. bank of ll.tla or no capital, aud oue with a large", capital. B. Houck wife and Miss Derby- To Whom It Mav ('oncirn : of NoM'tnlHT. or HI MKJII thereaftf.r .. puHalble, oml of in lw uty-flve/
:Notlc !Ii hirt>by sl..... tllIll. aa ex-ofTlHo we, lie undemlKiled! will spply" to the llouor- ii.) rniiKe tweiitj-elglit (eli.) .5,5 do
; : A BANK'S : '. the fond that proteoM the depoollo... from ii'.., therefore tbe larger It I. the ,I'ecit.eI, will i>rem>iit my petition |0 the Hon of Florida' for the iMNiianne. of, Ixittera Patent herein fund on or i heforv,, the Kule lay of February
l'H' to nit, th .r ln da of
coln Sunday with the result that Mr. .. vroponiM chartr of the KIsmmincH > ; Kubruary, Ue
.: greater protection tne depo tON hate. Thin bank baa aOsptt&l on ornbla Jndffo of the Circuit Court of the ..v. ou the foregoing bill
the laid will he l kn vonfi
aa ascii l
I..ind Hond I and luveatxnuntCuuipany. '
I . .. . . . . . . Lincoln has two chickens l le'ss in his cnth Judicial (Circuit at win .
of . .. . .. . . . .iw.ono\ onBnrplna of KlHBimmee, Florida. It la further ordered that thin order be published r
55 ( I fund of . . . :. . . "... .... . . 25.000 00 whervter he may bfl found,. on MoiHlar. the The :original. charter la ou (lie In the office of once a week for twelve ( I'.) <'ou.e<'ullve
back. I) for leave
will 61 "
thrt A
never come :JtNh day November HIli. lo
S4 g Stockholder*' liability . . >. . . . . . . 80,000 OO coop null at public or private Kale, for lh*- payment of of State, at TallNhaaate, rlorlda. Weeks In the Klanlinme Valley < ...Nt.., a new*.
S Mr. John A. Potts of Westport, Conn. Ihi.r"t'hr:Ifllh day of October. A. L> lull.ANDRKW paper published in laid. Om-eola County 6f general
dolita, the following dincrlbod real ealata, to-
( A total of . . . .. . . ...' . . .' I12A.OOO JOHNSON circulation In ald Cminty.
I moat loae; ; : before; 4 "OOOO"ld : arrived last Saturday and is now livingin wit : DAVIS KOK Whine Jamea W. I'orklnn, Judun of said
Tbli meana that we 1125,000.00 our I.. a All the lnU>re.l of alii citatn In lot K, block .>. "TKB.
S : eent. ThU protection U for YOU. = his house built on his land across the of F.lilorado Hiilxlivlsion; lot A of block J of An :Wt W. 1.. Mll.TKKK. and Circuit the Court omclal, of and Hald my Court name ax Clark thereof' of
tIlls I
Park HubdlTiiilon. lot H of block """ of 1 jUt day
STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE : street from Mr. Krause. bury ItaurtaH'a Collega Hill $Hubdlvlalon the undivided October. A. I) lult.
d.V. S |rIiEA', J AllTIM'H K
- S S The in the Park are one half Intaroflt In 1..1.I.I 17 and 1of\ Notice of Executor.In U..rk..f '
young groves
t -0P- : 100k, 2 and of lot I of hlork 8 of East Nebraska Circuit couch
5k looking fine. Heights Ialxtlvloloo.ollin the city of Tampa. Court of the County; Judge State of ...Florida By E.iLs. "Tn JfillKiiTokl.' D. O. '..........
t'cIIp..qp.q. C"IQA. F.
0. KribbB
I i IlllHiboroUKh County, State of Florida V In re Estate!: of Temple A. Minx.. Oeo'd o.ceobx for.Complainant. .a.1t-: ,"
54 0 A. CARON JOHN If, LEV N. B. CARSON : Mr. Z. S. Miller of Kissimmee, was O. .... PREY A 1'T Countv. C *
S h I. P.l4eD' Cuhlet : in the Park last Saturday and, with Ei-orjlolo Admtnlnlrator, of the Estate of C. A. Notice I IK hereby gives< V to all whom it mayooaoern. A want ad. in the Valley Gazette always ! '
the lat uf March D.
C\imujlnu Dvceaand. that on day A.
.V 'S. 1---M.. :._.._........_...._.......___._...._._....! some friends, tried his hand at fishing. P. e Krlbb.. Allora,',. 43-4t 1\l1l.\ : I BhtsTl apply lo the Honorable (leo. F Par* brings, results. *

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'Proceedings g :of fJbe tie Cl; McLean'and J. MpPhatter *. rare 1 >Ia oooi.a>boot .ot>o4ooot otonoaocoua '
examined and '
C A. .sow. .1..a.'cUH1'ORD. a.i..i.unD. ,_t
Mr. S.,J., :Triptett appeared: before tile""Board --" ........." Is..Ptesk1.- ..' r i
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and stated that the subscriptions
Commissioners I
Coupty for the paper bad expired, and awaited

the"pUaaure-of the Board. Upon motion -

t Fivea-nd' -TenAcrein KI.. mme*. Fla,, Oct. ?, 191 duly seconded subscriptions' for KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

The Board of County Commission the paper were continued. for,alx month .

In'and for, the county of Osceola State aa heretofore.

; of Florida,'met in regular aeision'on The chairman was appointed
: :I Tracts .i : the above date, there being present ,,E. mittee to take. care of all destitute pau 'I. 'R urb and,Dressed .. 11,1 t

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street,.O.- R. Baaa,:.A.-P. Baaa, and ;rhqu'est1o' of ,the .Juvenile court

; W. S. Pearce .commissioners;. ArthurE. coining'up, and acting on the auggeatlon PINEL'UMBERHOUSE : ;

:BEAUTIFULLIBERTY Donegaa''elerkj: and Meatn Van "of the. clerk; the Board thought

: : Agnew and Crawford attorneys for the that the bett interest of the law would'be I

t3oard.I followed the appointment ofa ...
I Minutes of last meeting were read' woman aa Probation Officer, and the BILLS. A SPECIALTY

and approved. election was left'for the next meetingof -
the Board The \ k..
1 THe following bills were examined : &lal''oof the Judge ,
and Probation Officer !ooooooDoaooaoopoooooaoix! sAoaoaoooao
approved and warrants ordered drawn was fixed at one .
hundred fifty ($150.00)) dollars per annum __-__
A W Oto t>yi Supt poor farm and wet
I of pan pen.:.?...-:...... ... .......r.6200 each payable monthly.The .o................ '
Va.s A.n"w Crawford, legal MrVle 20 MArthur superintendent of the poor farm

{ K:Donovan,clerk and auditor. (7 00 asked increase of salary but the .:' EMIL. MACH : !
B O Miller.Commlaalooera'treaaurtr.. 62 22 Board decided that the amount "at."........ Oil C..',
CF Pr T.m _r.of J'aU.. .... ... II WO present
PARK W Athlon, Dulnerr payroll. .. 863 85 they were paying wu-.ufficlent. : MACH :
: '0 W jUhlon, unloading marl at Peg The question of leasing convicts came ::, .1' i

; born ..-.-. ... .. .-.. .- ....... .00 .up for consideration and the Board decided -
O W Anhton. payroll...' .,. ..... . tJ 7" that hereafter would work 'Z Livery Feed and Sale
J E: Ban,Janitor.... . ..... ... ... 40 (WQ they ,
them on the roads.
F Parker oo.M County Ivdgv'n Court 946 county
Q Parker,ailary of judge--------- 24 00 Mr. Henry Sullivan, and old Confederate : Agt. International H

\ Klai Tttl Oo.rant of phone.. ... .. '.. :3MJCIM I soldier accompanied by hi son- I
Kleo plant, light ... ... .... .. 18 OS in-law Mr. Wm. Hansell appeared, before .aI+I. :KN': a fiEAV:: Y I: ; 1 4
W II McNorton,wltneii lunaoy oaae.. 60
the Board and asked for reUet.
.. 60 e 1I
J A C oek. Everything pew and first class. We
Jim Plait, wllnaai judffv'i court.- ... 60 He stated to the Board that UD until i
satisfactory service
Gem of all Suburbs .. day or -nightONE '
Lula Scott, . (HiIB recently he had received a pension from
J Smith M ... 60 the state of Florida but Under the HALF
..... ..
C F PretrtU,coat 'judge' court 23 'JO in'v
A W Ou.t.....- copying evidence.Mar rules and regulations, and further proofof : Kissimmee Fla.
Now on Sale chant c..e ..... :2 SO service being required, and all the ,
J D Cbunn.service coroner'. Inquest 10 OO)( officers of his add witnesses
Wm P Bra ken. wltn'i.. ".. .. I Ml being dead, he company was unable to furnish NN.............. :
t S I Triplet, j 40
further proof, and his had been
i V'H Keller 1 foil - -

Lynn Daugh..rty, ooroncr'i juror. :2 I fiO cancelled. The Board being fully ad- _
I .' M W Ijiwton, \2 00 vised that he was entitled to a pension, C. A. CARSON, President i1. :
John B Rhuler! :2 I 'Ml and being very feeble, allowed for his
! O I' Uuun ., 2f0 care and maintenance the sum of five
R I. Mrner \2 M The Waters
{ In Buying a Home-Look Ahead Z B rnKcr. .. 2 fill) ($5.00)) dollars pe-r month. & ;
l W C Pfflrrn, Com'r and mileage. 20 00 The gubjec: of automile licenses came
. C F I'revitt routs jumloe court 7 72 up for consideration, and urxm advice of
.. .. the the collectorwas
t HH Bullock 4 OaI county attorney tax
I N C Bryan wltnpwi Justice court V 00 Instructed to proceed withe the collection Grocery
1 K O M .ek, wlln"" .Turlluvtou case 210( of the automobile tax, accordingto ;
J W Prentlw. .. I 00 the recent act of the legislature.The .
I Nellie A Meek, " :2 I 20 road superintendent was instructed ..
'i H K 8wa"..,. 2 < 4- Joo Wllllamv. 2 00 other than what was carried on by the
.... road crew, and ho was further instruc-
For the wise man who desires his family Harh WilH m n 00
.' .
B Dlckernon. 2 ont ted to 'complete the marl road runninginto

, to grow up among healthful surroundings W W (....on. ... 1 00 St. Cloud. .. QRO.CERIES
R A Bnyder, .. 2 CO J. L. Overstreet, tax. assessor, presented -
I. LIBERTY PARK is the logical location. If J A Lancaster. " .. 2 00I his tax books for April 1911 IJ
.. examinegame 4 -
, I Fullwood 1'iin", 2 OH)() and the Commissioners having ,
the future of this matchless suberb could N B -union. Jr., :2 I 00 and compared copies with, origi- ,t.
I J I Dann fixing acrapare . .. 4 7AI nal, upon motion, duly seconded, same WEI SELL WE
thrown upon a giant screen you wouldsee I W B. Maklnnon .*. Co,road inppllei 16 8.1Vat were accepted and the following war1 : BUYHIDES k'M
\ Gro Co. uiuU feed 137 HO rant made out to the tax collector: I,
one of the best truck and citrus fruit R I.Evan:road work .. UK 60 "State:: of Florida. : HAY
I I' Newman lumber H 00 "To C. L. Bandy Tax Collector for the etc
secions in Florida, on which will be grow- | FO Wllllama. lumber .... 4 1OKlaH County: of Osceola: GRAIN .
Lumber Co. lumber . 5 61 "You are hereby commanded collect FURS ,I',', ,.
l ing magnificent crops. < Mao.h Bro.hauling marl 14 00 out of the real estate and personal prop FERTILIZERS t
wp Kemp Sunu-rfoVd. nalU .. OO erty, and from: each of the persona and WOOL '
The realization will come to you in they C FPrevatt, fend prlHouen 142 OO corporations named in the annexed roll, SHINGLES
C F Prevail, Rtuifirtanre on court Hp'f.'l 8 00 the taxes set down, in each roll opposite AND -
future, perhaps, when prices are far advanced J W Johniun, map work. ., .. 900 each name, corporation, or parcel of ORANGE BOXES .
,. Zeke Rhyme, road work I 5O land therein described and in case taxes 11
even beyond your fondest ideas of J L. Moon salary and oonvtcttbn fe... *M* S8 no imposed are not paid at the time prescribed ORANGE WRAPS ALL .'
A F t>aM, Com'r and mileage ... 12 00 by law you are to collect same
rising realty-values. You can buy today, O R B.M, '' 2(1( 00i by levy and the sale of goods and chattels VEOETABLECRATESCRATE. COUNTRYPRODUCE'
lands and tenements-ao assessed
i E L D Ovcritlreet " 10 00 ,
at moderate cost, a homesite in i a section I E L Lea."I'. Com'r . .. 1(00( or of the persons or corporations so .NAILS
E L Lesley .A. Co. road auppllea. ..... 1.2-a taxed; and all sums collected from State I
that will rapidly enhance in value, land on Water .*. Careen Gro Co mda..,....... 4 06I taxes, you are to pay to the State Trear 1 1M
I Luther Jones, witnea Proa AtVr.;.:... 100 urer at such time as may be requiredby .
I' .I ''which will grow ,all kinds of citrus fruits; II Wm Joura, .' ". .. ...-...... 'ICO law; and at the same time you are We sell I field and harden- seeds of all k ndi.'' 'jm;,t' "' .,,,,< '.
; i t "..,."..: ........ the County Treasurer all sum
j. State Bank,fri OB mark. j i. 7600 collected We give special attention"to fitting out
; as well as every kind of vegetable grown in I Btata Bank,loading marl..?.,.,....... 72 00 by County Tarfea District ; ,hunting.; '.campln.p .
l':. Redgrare. '" I. ......;.'........ lti8tO School Taxes, and other special taxes; rtles. :' ,. "* '''VV,\"VJ'J : f\;s (fS 4 j SPSf "'' 5
this section ; located close to school. and I Tom Johnson, fixing: bridge. ......... 200 and you are further required to makeall Free deliyervtn city lI'lts. Phone No. 12. .' "" '
collections on or before the first }
Gen A Gilbert painting Riga 4 OOW
I. churches, every' five-acre tract being in Li Wynu p" mortem exniluaUon: 10 CO Monday in April, and on or before the W9 are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask! us for circularand
first Monday in July, will make a
J I. Ovcmtreet, aiueiuinient x76H a3T you prices on fertilizers h'I
final report to and settlement with ;
close proximity to the best hard road in M Hlver.I visit prison 2 00 in .
the Comptroller and the County Com-
,. .
) I J W Tho""" "", picking upantbnyp
Osceola County, and the proposed electric | 11I1I1.r, 13(0 missioners. ,
'Given under hand and seal this 2nd
} which will and in Arthur Crosby work on poor farm 16 ((ip day of October my in the year nineteen I-
railway be completed ,'.
lan M(:( lliBt Journal., and
operation by January 1, 1912. "reoln'.nk.. aubaoriptious. 3., CO [Seal.] "J. L. OVERSTREBT, T
"Tax Assessor of Osceola
County. M
Kiss Water Work*, water to Jan I. 1UI2 \I(I IH Hb!
The dweller in benefits LOTS LOTS !
the country by D lloline.. tout and fly / 27 WKu. The following certificates were ap- .
| .. Valloy dar...tta 74 '0 pended to the Tax: Roll: .
\ 11 good roads because they increase land M C Powell, bridge work 160 "State of "Florida Osceola County: LOTS HAVE BEE SURVEYED AND STREETS (
I| A K Donegan advanc Mr. Personally before J.
values. Economy of transportation is the i Hmdlcy' money. 20 70 L. Overstreet, appeared Assessor of Taxes me for AND AVENUtes LAID OUT IN 'i7N

State Bank frt on marl 204 OSFli Oscole County, who being duly sworn
chief factor in profit-making to the trucker, >t Nat bank of tit cloud borrowed says the above assessment roll contains WILLIA.SUBDIVISION
| money ... Nap) 00 a true statement and description of all .
and farmer. This, is a tract of the best FirM Nat Bank of 6t Cloud borrowed persona and property in the above TO -- .
I monoy 600 ou County of Osceola) subject to taxationor
pine in this section ; pine lands are the Flat Nat Bank of St Cloud. Interest ou liable to be assessed therein, and that 1
t. | warrant No 2266 211'; (17Dr the valuations thereof, so far as' they WHITTIERand ;
choice of a majority of our settlers, not only W L, Wynn, Inanity ...xamlnatlonI\ 00 were made by him, are just and correctso J
Ludlam & MacDonough. labor and ma far as he has been able to ascertain."J. ..
!: on account of the price and small cost of t terlal.county J jail. ..... . . <(il (llO I>. OVERSTREET. are offered for sale to J

r clearing but because they find by 'i Houlburn Oolonlrattou Co, road work 302 46 "County Assessor of Taxes of Taxes of the public at from \
proper Flat Nat B.nk of 81(Cloud Interest on Osceola ,
handling these lands I warrant No ?ir<,7 6 (1C "Sworn to and subscribed before $35 TO $50 PER LOT w l
are very productive, Arthur B Don''lIan. poitaxe ... 25 00 me,
this 2nd day of October, A. D. 1911.N. .
A labor
o. MtcDonough. Jail
and yield good crops of all kinds.: This money advanced on 500 I OO [ P. Seal.] "C. I... BANDY. )
.I,1 I "Notary Public State of Florida. Whittier will soon be in railroad connection with i
land is especially adapted to growing veg- Treasurer filed his report showingthe "My Commission" expires September9th every part of the United States and in a short time

etables of all kind, strawberries,'oranges various following funds balances' .on hand in the "State, 1915.of Florida OsceoLa County: will become one of the most important towns in South y

: "We the undersigned County Commissioners Florida; therefore lots at the above prices are only 5 !
Revenue . . . . .. 1030 83
and grapefruit. in and tor the County ot Os one-tenth of what they will bring twelve months hence. -
l Fine and forfeiture. . . . . 687 42 ceola State of Florida do hereby cer Whittier has
a telephone line. It has .
We are sole agents for this property. School fund . . . 1439 80. tify that we have carefully examinedthe good roadsfor '
auto travel
at any time Has three mails i'
I fund. . . .. . . . . 636 foregoirg assessment roll of said per
Road 18
: Write today for prices and terms. county for the year A. D. Nineteen week. Whittier is on the center land between St.
I Special fund . . . . 28 78 Hundred and Eleven and have comparedthe Johns and Kissimmee rivers, just twelve miles each J.4r

S. S. D. No.2. . . . . 35 16i original and the two copies thereof One and ohe-half miles from Kissimmee
S. S. D. No. 3 . . . . 936 49 as required by Section 27 of Cqapter II way. Prairie, ,
i land of the Hunter
I I 5596. Laws of }Florida and find the same Land Company. We have the best i r
S. S. It. No.4. . . . 176 64
I ,
be land for and
to correct."K. trucking farming in Florida. We have .

I Total ... . . $ 4870 30Paid L. LESLEY fruit' and vegetables' all the year round. We are In 4f
"E. L. D.
..' the center of stock
"A. F. BASS, raising by the best and cheapest:
I' warrant* were. ordered cancelled "0. H. BASS method on earth.: We have a school rail of eighty; f i
from the various fund. in the
following; "W. S. two
I I'BARCE. grocery stores ; two hotels open the year round.
amounts : "County Commisxionera." Whittier is on the east boundary of Lake Marion
Revenue . . . . . . .$ 1205 90 "State of Florida Osceola County: extends which
westtdard connecting with a chain
Road . . . .'. . 1045 83 "I hereby certify that the warrant Kissimmee. of lakes to
H. BREAKER & CO. Fine and forfeiture . . 320 87 given under the hand of J. L. Over- riVer. Here is the hunting and fishing par ,
< street, County Assessor of Taxes, to C. adise. Whittier has the best marl material for good y0
.' cense.o Parker rendered report for li- L. Bandy, Tax Collector, and attachedto streets and hard roads in Florida -:- -:- -:- -> ;
fish, Knowing amount of one the assessment for the County of 0.- Maps of this sub-division be the
can at office
r hundred.sev .nt.ftve ($175.00)) dollar ceola for the year A. D. Nineteen Hun- of A. E. Been
dred and Eleven"has been duly recordedon Drought or T. C. Roberta, in St. Cloud, Jenkins
-: Over Osctola Pharmacy :- collected. ._ .- -- -- page-, of the minutes of the Boardof &: Woodham'a office In Kissimmee, or at E. R. I
Tax collector filed hf repot t, showing. County Commission in and for the Baas' residence in Whittier. ._ '
amount of 12.60 collected. County aforesaid aa required by Section : ...
I Pistol bond of Arthur Prescott with 27 of Chapter 6596, Laws ..Florid ----=_-_- ME i

KISSIMMEE. :. FLORIDA H. C. Stanford and L. H. Ingrain a* *'Given. under my hand and seal of office :: R. BASS t""

sureties, was examined and approved. this 2nd day of. October., A. D. .

4 Pistol bond of E. W.,Carroll) with 1911.Seal. .!'
- w Roes Grave and Robert C. Paxton u I .] "ARTHUR E. DONEOAN, WHITTI FLORI.DA
t. J. 'Clerk I of the. Circuit Court In and for
1 . sureties: examined and approved the County of Osceola. L
: Pistol bond 'of R,' O. Meek, with O. "By ELIZABETH: JOHNSTON. C." -
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I of i S...... TRIPLET. .., Associate Editor. Mr., and 'Mrs. E. J.:,Meeker arrived How about that IrriatiogPIantWe ? ,
j.rryt I, PUBLISHED' EVERT,FRIDAY. \ .0 located Friday from In their Cherokee handsome, Iowa*home. and are on Baptist; : Church

lr:;\' Mabbette street.. Mr. and Mrs. Meeker
;-f, !rl Office Valley Gazette Building spent last winter here and were no well i ., -':"'t_ aSUNDAY
KaSlalMEB.08CBOLA COUNTY. FLA. decidedto i + 7'
., pleased with our city that they 4' ;
? make It their. home during the cold i '
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES .. season at least, and probably for all i ,;'OCT..I 22,. 1911
N ) 0-_,..OFM jn ar.., .. .... .... .. ... .... .. -$100 they they no longer sea any can fit you up in Engines and Pumps .
. .. ...... .. time as Bay
0.._r.llia _nu........ ... Iio .
I .. _. ., ,.1 ' poetry and or base beauty burners.or pleasure" In snowbanks -, ,. _ .u.t___:.... .... from. one: ,to fifty HP;, ,Prices from. $70! y>
4'd' '" All .ummenieatlon..aeapt from our author j., .
., '.....eorrwpondmu.must b*alornad by the writaRaiMted > StindaySchool9i45A.. M.Preoclainll j up. We! the :famous Fairbanks ;.,
L matt r wW not b. returned. unl..... 'The Wekiva.Baptist Association : .
1.'" IUd for. __ has been in snsulon at Orlando this Morse line -:- -:- -:- -:.- .. ,
'.,, week and which will come to a close --.
.teNd.t the Poatoffloa; In KtaalmmM. Fla..wSinonJclaaa tomorrow afternoon is attended by the

mall mmttor. .- following gentlemen from this city : 11:DO A.M. I r <\\I"

ht \ FridayOctob; Rev. T. J. Bell Rev B. A. Guy, Mr,
, y.r'r 20, 1911Is J. M. Gardner and Rev. Bunyan Stephens. 7.00 P. M. W' 'B.' MA KIN SON' COMP/NY

I .- -,-- -" ,' The W. M. W. will)!! meet with the
4 association thin. afternoon and a large

4 j' number of ladles from her are in at ,

a Sent Complimentary. j tendance. EVERYBODY INVITED ,

"' Parties receiving this paper The next Inymen'a mE'etIt1will/ beheld

:" who are not regular subscribers in connection with the splendid

i l must not think that it is the intention rnoelin now in progress at the Metho- LUMBER LATHS' MOULDINGS SHINGLES
f dist church and we cordially invite nil '
: of the publishers to later men of Ki ..imnri( e to come to I -- I

I demand of them the subscription the Methodist church at 3 o'clock next .

I .'''y price, as it is mailed to them com Sunday afternoon and participate in St. Cloud
f Coun devotional'exercises that will be pleasing ] .
)t piimcntarybyotir'Boardof
/ in the sight of our blessed Saviour.
y ( $ ty Commissioners for the purpose Last :Sunday's: meeting wp a gloriousoccasion '

of acquainting them with the full of the spirit, and it was T. C. JlQBERTS, Correspondent. 'I" ".. #
advantages and opportunities good to be there. We tender our sincere -
many thanks to the young ladies for the A ((Formerly McNair. &50n )
this town county offer
il and
the homeseekcr The will splendid I'onservice.. A. S Nelson. A number of members of the Ep Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jacksonville, Florida
1 ,. paper Chairman. worth League are attending the convention '
be mailed] for a few weeks to any at Orlando (This week. Shipments made to any part or the IItat... OurI.tocR/ la made from the best timber in Florida is veil man-

person whose. name 1s given us, M..rK. M, Katz (G. F. I'arkirand ufactured and carefully graded and our facilities for filling orders for carload] lots are exceptionally good.
S. J. Trip.ttof] KisRimmee, Jesse Hu-
i and if they should desire to receive "stead, J. D. Chunn and Clyde Edwards The M. E. church will open their

it regularly thereafter, we of St: Cloud and William Bracken of service in the new building; on Sunday, -.
would he glad to put them on our the Shaker .colony will leave Monday October 22, at 10:30: a. m. Rev. Dr. - -
for Titusville, where they have been Carmine will preach morning and eve- Johnson Percie Mamie Pllley
subscription list at the regulartr Oliver
"summoned, to give testimony in the ning, with special singing{ at both serv- FOUR TEAMSFrom I ROLL OF HONOR Jeanette Pievatt, Funny Rexford, Mattie -
j I rates-$1 per year /50 cents for Shaker ('/hlnroforming' cape, which will icf-s Sunday School at \9:30 a. m., and :Stanford: Fay Tyner Lenore Van

six months !h. heard in that city l"y Judge W H. Epworth League at 6:30: p. m. This I 1 Duzer, Mattic- Wheeler, Clyde. Bass
t frier un the t .ilth 1 to determine t the will be the openingof the M. E. church, Florida Are Competing for the The Following List Is (the Result of Theodore Bowen 'Ihornton Rhoades.

b nmniint of hall, if am, linuld t>c )placedigninst > and trust all the members and friends George Roberts, Charlie Rot undo, UielWoxlall

( Kglxit; Gillette; who is charged I will be present. Glidden Trophy.Jacksonville Close and Attentive Work. )), L.'roylooft'n., urtis Yates.FbURTIi .
r Resolutions of Respect. with being; the muse of the death of j B VI1 Harriet
\ '' Sadie Merchant, a number of the Fla., Oct. 19. Four ; The following pupils of the KisHirnmee (
The following resolutions were unanimously I The Business Men's I Buzza, Edith Nom Lohr, Miriam Mun-
v Shakers Lea&ue met at teams of Florida entrants are competing Public :School: have not been absentor '
{; -, : passed by the rm mbrrs 0'l KissimmcH1 -- the G. A. K hall at 1:SO p. In On ac: for the famous Ululden automobile r tardy during the month ending Oct. 1 ger.; Janette Sullivan
I c Temple No. 21, 1' ,thHin I'ls'I count of so things on, therewere that : 1911\ have made MOper I FIFTH tiRAiil; ": Theresa. ]Dittz, Stratton -
Tho city of Kinsimmee has" asked fir many going trophy and the dope comes down H, an'averale of 1 Fran.... Tress Duke.
Y' Ruby
Story, '
ters : not many present; but those on thc line IK that this. state has a mighty; 1 cent or more in them studies, with
; bids for certain street with vitnfie .
:' Whereas, Our heavenly) Father, in paving the committees there and made SIXTH (;iKAiu. Elsie' Dictz:. Beulah
this faottl were good chance of entertaining; the classic I I ICtII1 not leas than 8r per cent in any subject,
1" \ His minute wisdom, has removed fium <| brick (VimmontinK on The League trusts f.rr the next twelve months It i81 and not less than !T in deportment : McKenzie, Nome Dnggers' Margaret
"There ,
,i .j' this earth the grandmother aril] mother/ K..issimmeeValley need Gazettesays: that all members will be present at the almost certain that some of the expert, FlRST'GllAl)*; (A Dlv.Sallie) Buss Andersbn. (;IIH" \Villn, Muriel Prentis
i. confronting our -
t of esteemed Sister Mr F C. Urji no greater people next which will be Monday Vera 1 Margaret Stanford.VIIII. GetzShYKNTM .
i our meeting, on drivers from Florida will at least cap the numbers of Kis-uinmi than the pavingof our principalUHineas the 23rd mst. there are Willie Lee Sullivan '' ; (;IAI' 1';,Ina Calkins,
't i'' n. we and at thatmatter I as many ture some of the individual prizes. Harwell Alberta
: Temple No. 1, Pythian Sisters 1 do settled important matters to dIscuss. The Florida teams are as follows. Ruth Hyde, Janett Prevail, Ruth ynelte Ilogan. z Lois Johnson Amy
been it to
has {
4 s hereby adopt the following resolution t : the appears the 1- Jacksonville Team. ,Claude Nolan.Tlm..sUmon Itowen Lula Hansel), Dallas Wooten, Makmson, rxldi I.* i.ampUII, Charlie
that next
Resolved 1st: That we fl'l.lln I this us important step 1I Lewis Le Jessup, truest Oliver.
L H. Alipio
P. Santiago Roy
I Cadillac McNeil ,
I has Council should ,bereavement, Sister Bryan Bass Joe Kenneth Bronson
great Cadillac L. C. Denmark Cadillac. Bryan, ,
sidewalks] on every important I to St. Cloud from Sharon, ; Makmson Grate W Ethel
Angle inn
IONS and that
sustained irreparable ,
an Dalton Wooten Clements
W. J. Joseph Clyde
Live Oak ,
Team.-Capt. -
1 street in the city. The mere paving of I Mass., after an absence of six months. Gilbert; Ethic Bans. Dollie Alford.
extend to her oursincer. sympathy. Uetz Harris Pleas Johnson '
we Cadillac 0r W. M. Eldredge ,
Broadway will not add materially to the They have moved into their new homeon ; Stinspn Whetrel Frank Cal ..
Harry rn.
Resolved 2nd That we hope shemay FIRST
: GRADE B IJiv. Arthur
Cadillac John R. Sandlin Cadillac. ( ) j j
value of in the residence section Florida between Eighth and ;
property avenue, ; NINTH GRADE Edna:
Ralph Snyder,
this dark hour of
find comfort in
r Simpson Frances Rhoades Nellie
Evergladfes Team-Herbert B. Race
7 convince the visitor that we are Ninth streets. Their friends ;
or many Schweikart. Harper Caster, Earl Mor-
affliction. and that we commend her to Cone
.4 : but Cole; R. S. King, mayor of Woodall Young, Uly. Chapman I
enterprising and energetic people, were glad to welcome them back.
of "Him who doeth { Arcadia'j
the tender
nwrcy substantial 'sidewalks over thecity Cadillac; Julian Howard ; Daisy Savage. Myrtle Savage, Robert I row.TENTH
t all things well." good will do so.Tim..sUnion.. Fll Florida Team-D. H. McMillan 1 Bucklaa Glen, Cain -Stanley .Jfarris! I i >-Alice Stute Harold.
41i i % Resolved-3rd: That a copy of these I John J. Johnston and Charlotte E. Cadillac; P. 1) Sandlin, Cadillac; R. S. Johnny Bronson. Rache! Arthur, Nita Buzza iJelhe-Cailiins. -. -
.r ; resolutions be sent to Sister Bryan, to :: of Bartlett were united in marriage at 9 Hall, Ocala, Cadillac. Powers, Norman Yates, Henry Sullivan I TWELFTH GRAOF.In..z Carson Justine -
last- the I
At the Orange .
meeting Sa ford
r.f :' the local papers for publication andY 'o'clock October 14th. The, ceremony Captain Frank W. Harris dean of' Zelma Bronson Lizzie Simmons, .
bbard of commi..sion..ra.
apread the minutes of the Temple. county county Rev Miss the all- I Jesse Bowen Isabel Tiner Julia Funk
: upon the extremely bad condition of the was performed by Rodgers the Florida press is riding in |
t.. VERA MILLER from Orlando to Osceola Harriett Bartlett, sister of the bride, Florida team as the guest of R. S. Leora Hogan, Carnbel Hansel), Louise. Notice.

Y- "*. MAUDE THOMAS county highway; line received special attention was maid. of honor and the groom's Hall. i I Pfeiffer, Virginia Dann MartelleLoclTe Want a position as clerk in a good
NELLIE MEEK, brother Patrick' Johnson served as Charlie Hughey Esther IfPB"-
i" > .. from the board and It'was decided to I store; have had three years'experi- '|'''*
z CommitteeCuba best man. The bride wore a beautiful ing{, Louise {{erero
\b make immediate improvements, and Tbe Cinch or one Cwntmry. I ence; am now clerking. and also assistant -
t the Orange county road crew gown of white marquisetra over white SECOND; GRADE Ethel Marsh Nan- I postmaster", at this place Can
t : fruit Exchange. in'lud-1 silk; and carried a bouquet of exquisite Congressman Victor Murdock of nie Locke Griffin
; \0 ing the convicts. were ordered ,Gladys Dorothy Mil-I! furnish any reference wanted( I wantto
," : {i' The American growers in citrus road and are now on this line and ready I white roses. The Vredding march was Kautas, who has n habit of saying ler. Ruth Hirtzel, Dorothy SattertieM. spend the winter in Florida. Address *

1'1;'x' fruits and vegetables in Cuba have organized to work. What the improvements will played by Mrs. --Griffin Among the what he means, has characterized the Edna: Base Martha Ordas. Rachel Phillips I, W. L. Watterson, Baskerville

'Ii' the Cuba Fruit Exchange with be, or what material will be used to guests were Rev. and Mrs Rodgers business privileges of the express companies :Norma Duke Leah Wilcox, Thel- ', Vi-nxinia. J:{.5t.pd
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin. Mr. and '' .
Sutton. Ella Gardner Ro-
hundred and ma Tony
: ; ov er one seventyfiveI make it a good road we have not "
r$ stockholders practically all of whom learned. There is no doubt that this Mrs. Johnston the gr.oom'asiater as "the cinch of the century tundo Walter Griffin Walter Lorenz. Notice.

; ft r are well-known grow..rsof citrus fruits highway from Kissimmee, husband and two children Misses lie calls attention to the general Investigation THIRD GRADECarleon Bryan Verena -;
Glenn Eda and Ella McAl KiHsimmee :. October 10, 1911.
< 1' '1. and vegetables. The citrus growers of passing/{ through Taft. being part of the Gill Epple the of tbe express business ordered Fouts Elizabeth Lynn Lillian Harris .Notice is hereby given that the State
"' \l ,t_ Florida California and Cuba.are now road from Jacksonville toTampa:, is lister. Music was enjoyed after recently by tbe 'I Thelma. Woodall, Thelma Gilbert., and County tax books for the 1911
refreshments year
.f organized and in course of time will the most important in Orange county ceremony, and were Edith Miller Bessfo La Londe Maud
r ; ,
went to commission and It will collection on November
,' served. The couple merce c say that open
'i M1't. of the road young n
,, market. the greater per cent and should be as near perfect as a Tyner Ruth Ashton, 'Anna Belle Har- first. I to furnish
Florida am now ready inforV
l. '" ,V.'fruit. " can, be. We 'would suggest that the their newly furnished home on open up an Interesting dark chamber relson, Add Gilbert Bryan Simpson, ''
'J1j\' ; '..,, ,... ... .T.-.I ,.- ._,i..q. avenue and they have the best: wishes mat ion relative to this tax. A discount' '
\ commissioners make careful experiments buslneis'a'orldr The Harry. Arnold Lytton' Casen Elmo ": '
county modern ,
"''l' f .. In the express of two cent. will be allowed on- all ,
'r of their i
I :: I*, 1't'4 ; ea'chers with Tarvia X r and some many frifn s. Griffin Carl Reidel l. George Delta per .
School T Wj)nled.9"'t J; companies bare,dIed a scheduleof taxes paid,) during the month of Novem
of road binders that Chntoi Abie Johnstone-
others the many : Bass Floyd f ber.
i' C. L. BANDY
lower rates to take effect Aug. 1. I
Wanted-Five school teachers salary Are being successfully used elsewherein Head. '
42-4t Tax Collector.Don't .
J $40 a month. Apply toW good I road construction. Taft Mee- Mr. L. Q. Bowers and Miss Hannah Mr. :Murdock remarks that this shows FOURTH GRADK -
J. SEARS.Superintendent setiger.' . I Richards were married last Tuesday at that they already are running to co\er. Rhoadi, Pansy liowen, Nellie Cain,
-- 10:30 a. m., at Mr. Bowers' home, corner -
JO1 of Public Instruction '
Lucile Downing Minkie Gardner ( forget that the of
"For an editorial urrie price a wantad
Massachusetts avenue and SIX- many years. says !
4i-3t fla. desk blotters for sale here.I I
Kidsimmee Large Goodwin (;rnc.' Kleanor Graves; in the Valley Gazette; is the cheapest -
L '. ___ ____ I I teenth street, Rev. Kenney tying the writer In the I'ltMbiirg Press, "theimw.els Julia Graham, Nettle Messing, Fannie' investment you! ever made
-- nuptial knot, assisted by R..v.v..t- of tbe
- ----- -no -- - -- -- ;-- i delivery at the hands
cott There were ev..ntyfiveuetlts
present The Fife and Drum Corps, of express companies has been a meantof -

which the groom was a member, escorted systematized pliimlerlu. It It extl,

Mr. and Mrs Bowers from their mated that they collectearlv nol )leas'

de2 r home the noon to the train station to Kinsimmee where they took I than $50.0OOOOO over nnd above n .fair : Ar Yon Going toBuild?

remuneration for the service reuderednThe ,]j

t"cam' postal department has ready to'i JNS1
East End Grocery.A band In tbe free rural delMerj' system

new store has been opened at the the Instrumentality for taking over the ,

I119a corner of Virginia avenue and Tenth express bu, I

; ''''\ : street, under the management S. II. There Is evident on every baud a : 1
f Cull. A full line'of first-class groceries '
to do something toward a
.. also salt meats and vegetables will disposition r DRDm/CT3.- fI

.:I+.;? be carried and we predict a splendid giving the public a more equitable express -
TI I '.4. success for Mr. Cull. service. 'In some of the Euro

''I< /1-1f Pi f peen countries eleven pound packages s
;7 *, u g I
,&; & f i IIi fg'r4 UtU Amusement Hall. are carried by post at eight cent rates. I II ''II, nlllI'1IIl

1 t e This Is said to be highly remunerative i Ito j
i 1 The first dance in the Uttz Amuse- I '
the government. '
;, ment Hall, on New York avenue, was llrl' I'll
:, :1f"I held Monday eVlningand those who It Is believed by some persons of

,' o
: """t'of the big building, looking for- that tbe extension of tbe parcels II ,;li 1

n I It ward to the good times it promised, to cover packages up to a certain ; t Itl r
::4'' were more than satisfied. The new :
? Perfect hall is really one of the finest of its weight and size at a rate found profitable I
r "Pittsburgh kind in the state of Florida. No ex- In other countries will so enlarge I The U. S. Government haa bought Neponaet

'1 Wire Fencing is best all through. pense or thought has been that spared could to the postal revenue as to give us a one I Paroid Roofing every year since 1898-often .
," make : arrangement
every cent letter rate. a million square feet at a time-for use at

The wire is drawn from a special quality of open add The to music the pleasure for the of evening its patrons.was furnished It Is not conducive to good humor to home, Alaska, Panama and the Philippinesthe 1-

t THE BEST hearth material-tovigH, pliable, strong long lived and wife., I
'1 fi, by Cummings consider the fact that tbe express companies coldest as well ai the hottest clilpatea.'f
r t : WIRE like old-time iron wire. isjthe.finest_ fencing l I f with the aid of a violinist from Orlando by their exorbitant 'rates and

lw. r, :, ,wire possible to manufacture.: have maintained Do you need strongtVjiroof the wearing qualities, economy,
lobby they
:. Galvanizing'; Heavily galvanized by our own new and perfect At 8:30 o'clock ten couples were moving the powerful to and the satisfaction that NEPONSLT Paroul Roofing affords, .
floor In retaIn -
_ gracefully on the commencing at Washington
t'{. Perfect ,process, thet wire is. positively_ moistureproof.. the first waltz to the strains of the their monopoly of the business Do you want proof nearer home? We will give it to you.

!:",I', I' The fact that. orchestra: and by 9::30 o'clock: thirty- have kept all of as paying a double We will tell you where you can see a NLPONSKT I'aroid Roof.

t I ,:,' f All Stay Wires and Line Wire are Electrically Welded two couples Rebeccas were had participating.The charge of. the refreshments letter postage. But that Is only one of See how it looks learn how long it has been on, and hear what

;.' )ft not only eliminates the weakening and THe.WEl D'moirture which were served. in the he: grievances which tbe American the owner has to say about it.NEPONSET. ..

&c -gathering wraps, clamps Odd Fellows' hall in the adjoining public bas against the express trust
d 'and bes, but practically transforms building. Sandwiches, water-ice., cake. PAROID Roofing
11 and soft drinks were served
1 [the fence into one piece of perforJated -'' The walls of the hall were beauti- "Dead In Auto Crash" Is becoming U sold on proof not promises.

+' c r/( ..steeL 1 i; Sod ...-'- .....: ::. _..... fully decorated with ornaments and altogether too frequent as a newspaper .. NCFOMSCT
MCfo tT PAROID Reefing for I ho PROSLATE Rooflnc. for
i ,Ito" WutsWits: There is no waste wire to make'useless I weight: ;, electric fans kept the hall very And comfortable the- headline. Automobile drivers shouldbe rocfs and >id"". of barn. liable, poultry roofs and .id...ol luldencet sod all build

,' J.instead, heavier wire is used and all the weigbJf.JVuteWeiPt all the know evening. at least as careful a* engine driver bu.ldm. *.. Slate i In color. CoiU ?. than ,n.. calling for artistic, roo|,'and ,,dlDII( .
floor-those who a good one certainly hmglci.. Re..U fire.
Loo wc.r. tike ,late.r .
;i isfehc. ,Stay..wires.beingtof were able to appreciate that one straw For brooder boil., .brd. and tempo- >ll'"".t I"WATERPROOF B.nji..
w i' tine wires, the in the Uttz Hall. Speaking hats an eastern arj biilldinr that r' iuir low-oafTBofing. p for use uDd.C clapboards sod ..binIn "I

t 'Pitbburgh"Ped The dancer were from Kissimmee firm advertises 'the bakhak: and the uaNEPONSETRED-ROPE Roofl. Far ,., walls o resideneoa. etc. K..p.out f
Fence {
Mired Ml.
in to
F : b tie Strongest imtlie World superior even rnpect
and the surrounding country about a specialties. hat been the standard low- oat roofing ... ..... cold and drauvbth" Cut fuel.
+ ((73 Style and sizes,'' adapted to' Y.-,' "PurpaetFlBLDe ,' hundred in all. Jallapaloosa as twenty'fivq ycaia.. IJ"t. ._...tblrd. .

e FARM RANCH LAWN POULTRY.r"l This is the /first time St Cloud has I F. W. BIRO A & W......... M .hSOLD ,:
had a real opportunity to show what Until we have an official national
v &_ she could do, and with the aid of the flower perhaps tbe Mayflower will bar BY- -

.R ice man, the people certainly stepped to do. '

y M W. B. Makinson Co. round Already as if those on Ice.:who:: participated HCT-MM in, the to -bat I W. B. MAKINSON1! COMPANY'

If there is .
YpY Odds
good time last Monday are talking KI99IMMEB FLORIDAtlte'
KIssimrrWe W about tbe next dance; which will be rating there, ts bettl.g.c I
held Monday, October 23rd. c __...... .- 'Ii
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The KIs lmniee Valleu Gazettei4 .. Messrs.: H. P, Dub .and Gas Dorris .Apart} consUtlr.g.'of; Mr.-find Mr '

; ," G. of mee... 111 arrived in the city Wed I, H. G Duncan. Mrs. '.E. M.Tally ana ." (1r ... ... . '' '
TtLPHQNO. 11. . nesday-and: are registered at the "JM'I. the Misses.Duncan visited Orlando, Kis- :.
ir"f ; Ylew limmee and St. Cloud Saturday mak- -. __ ...:;:.. .............. -- .- . ". ': :-

PUBLISHED EVERY: FRIDAY. : ..'Pearl' Hunter llted her sisUr; ing ustisiLak the trip via Region anto,-Tavarea note, in : ; ... '

f.1'k' : -BYW. -, Mis Lola Kissimmee on Saturday, -

B. HA..e.r -Pinecastleuiotes. In South Flonda Sen- The Kianmme.'Conitruction' Co. i.
tlnel. \ prepared to furnish cement, granite and a .h $

. marble monumental work of any alee or While stock
r s The attorney'for Egbert GnJette' design. Let us figure with you. Writeor present .
W. H. Price at Titus- .
call at our work, Sproule :.venue
Weather Report .... .
villa on the 24th. for bonds for-Brother. ; and Midland railway, 42tfMrs.Christine .
Gillette.,., : .

:' Following daily temperatures '' '' Rev.: David D. Kldd will hold servliee Marshall of .Chatau- .;' a' :
. are the qua N. Y., one of our regular'winterresldente' ., ..
in the church' nextSun
.md'preclpltatlonre1lOrted aa" Episcopal has arrived ,in the city, and :
day: Morning prayer,. Litany and sermen will remain until |It is ho longer; necessary -We--reselling
the Government I .
by at 11 o'clock.
.1, to keep,the base burner runningat '
station at KI sImm >e.for:; the" t .
M Thornton her Northern home. -
J.-R. representing. the ....
Weekending Oct. 19, 1911.urn. S.' P. Richard Paper Co. of Atlanta,' -
: Mr. !
N. d: )Bryan visited Jacksonville I
his customers -
I. spent yesterday calling on
h r.a CAIN In.ths on Sunday and while there called upon
( city
. Senator C. A. Carson, who ia ill in that i PAINT -
,. Friday. ... 8968 i A crowd of Kissimmee young men at. city and says that the Senator has so PARIAN
-11 Saturday.- 67 r. tended'the' ance given In St. Cloud on far retxiveredthat te"will be able to return ,

','k Sunday.. . . . 91 71 .... Monday night, and report having had a home in a few day*. .

.Monday . . 91 70 . most enjoyable.time. G.
' Mr. L. Sharp, of Lincoln, Neb., :
-+, Tuesday..-- 82. 11+ ,b2. Mr. R.--C-'Partin."One of the pioneer, apent-a few days in-the--city-this-week, .. -- .. n --- .. .. . ... +t. .

Wednesday. . 84 70 .74 settler of Kissimmee is visiting his and was so impressed with the general; ...

Thursday .'. . 85 64 . daughter, Mrs. L. W. Johns, this week. condition of thh-igs hereabouts that he ((every gallon guaranteed' ) : ;
-Fort Meade Leader. will more than" likely return .later and .

make his home among us. .
Mr. J. J. Brophy who until a coupleof "
-- --- --- weeks ago was general manage of M '. .Clifford:: Gordon, of Deighton '

"" the Citrus Southern:) Railway, is spending Kan. this week '
arrived in the city and
the'week in the city. I is so.well pleased with the numerous at' the low price of 4

j \1.1 possibilities and advantages Kissimmee ,
C. BrHansel! of Kissimmee,
THE:_ LOCAL FIELD. ited relatives at this place last Saturday offers the homeseeker," that be has' de- .
cided to remain permanently. .
and Sunday.-Pinecastle -notes. in '

i South Florida Sentinel. Mr. W. A. McCool has given order $1:50:
KNN'KN N NrKN KNew for :building: a handsome per gallon
Fulton Glenn
Mr. John Walter, Clint ,
to the old dock in the new 'addition to .
A. S. GiIDen'a.
fall goods arriving at Kilmer, and W. Jv Smith went to Kis ,
39tf Kissimmee Park, and work upon it will
simmee last Saturday/U1' business.. be rushed in order that he and his fam-

The Board of Trade meet Monday Davenport Messenger. ily can,occupy It this winter. ,
( the
Excepting Window Green
night. Rev. Geo. Hyman, of Jasper, one. of Messrs.' J. J:1..Griffin. C. 'L. Bandy, )

l 14" Mr. and Mrs. Peel left for Orlando on the most noted S nay School workersin R. S. Floyd, R. 1). Waring and ArthurE. e
the South, visited Rev. Bunyan .
Tuesday.All v Donegan left yesterday in an auto \ h1
here this week. '
Stephens for Tampa, where they will spend a -

kinds of school shoes at A. S. Mr. and'Mrs. A. H.'Kilmer, Mrs.' W. couple of days "eatin' of a few sardines

Gilberts. 1 39tf D. Brotchie and Mrs. Wm. R. Lee and smokin' of. a few seegars." .

D.' E. of in were visitors at Kismmmee last Friday. .
Mr. Hendry, Tampa, was
the city Wednesday. Davenport Messenger. the The sale Nelson of the Ferris Realty property Company in report North B. +

... Mr. L, P Broadfield, trainmaster of Well 1'* be teetotallv gum arabic, if Kisgirpmee to Mr. C. H. Strock who W. MAKIN SON ',
the A. C. L., was here Monday the popular, tropical typographical ram hero recently from the West-_
tfst, William Temple.. did not arrive Mr. Strock has begun the erection of a

., Blue Ribbon ice cream, best in town. here Sunday: from Live Oak. large and modern residence on his prop- .
81-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. erty. COMPANYSpecial
Mrs. Mary Lewis of Jacksonville, ha* s
Mr.. W. H. Taylor, of Orlando, was arrived in the city and will assist her The "Belles of Blackville," which '
in the city Wednesday on business. brother. Mr. H. E. Bryan, in the man was to have been presented at the 't

agement of the Beaman house.ih} opera house this evening by local talent __ _ .
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Joyner, Mi- has been postponed till next Fri- -. ,
' on Wednesday, the 18th, a daughter.; Mrs. Joseph Duncan, who day evening on account of the pro ,
on an extended visit: to the family of traded 1 services at the Methodist .
Mr. W. B. Hilton of Gainesville, is,4fpending Mr. J. H. Bryan in this city, returnedto church. ''';
this week here with friends. her home at Dover on Tuesday ; '

Col. J. L. Moon and daughter Miss price Doors '
Crushed Rose KiseimmeethugCo.3ltfMr. Perfume the fineston Messrs. A. F. Duncan and Frank i Eloise, who are now at Lithia Springs, on .
this market. Powers of Conway Springs: Kans., have' ,
Ga., where they went a few weeks ago; "
arrived and will remain throughout for the benefit of the Colonel's health, '
W. A. Maru, of Jacksonville, .
was a visitor to Kutsimmee on WedneSr winter, and possibly permanently. which has greatly improved.. are ex- Sash and Screen Doors '. I
to return here the latter of
. day. pected part
Miss Rosa Rogero; teacher of the the month.

Big Pine school, and Miss Bessie Shir- .
Mr. W. L,: Baldwin of Fort Myers, -
er,_ pent Saturday in this city* the : Mr and Mrs. Frank Pitman-of Missouri -
"week.was transacting business the city this. guests of Miss Rogero's parents. have arrived In the city to spend .

Messrs. M. Katz and Jno. M, Lee' some time andmay locate permanently. .
1 Godwin of Whittier Mrs. Pitman was formerly Miss '
Mr. Riley was have sold the fruit in their orange and ,1A"
business in the this Seely Goodman of this city-and her "
transacting city grapefruit groves; on the eastern shoreof .
friends delighted to have her
week. the lake to Mr. S. J. Sligh; of Or many are i
lando. back again. ,
""".T'Mr. Lee Jarrell left for Gainesville .

Wednesday, where he will attend col- Mr. Paul Buckley, of Michigan, is ,,.Mr. G. A. Hall who moved here . ,
about two from White Horse
here visiting his friend, Mr. Hubert years ago ,
Alaska, but who has the oast ,
lege.Capt.. Fleming;, and it is possible he will de- spent several J JI
T. G. Duke left Monday for a cide to make Kissimmee his months in Indiana and Tennessee, e .
'few days' visit with relatives in Atlanta .? .. ._ permanenthome. reached this city on Saturday and says \ "
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; Ga'Albert this section will be his home for the re-

Mr. A. B. Jarrell, proprietor of the, mainder-of his life.. ,

Overstreet of Kissimmee, was Kissimmee Drug Co., has returned to .
a visitor to Or ando. today.--Reporter- the city after an absence of two months We still have quite number of our /

spent visiting relatives and friends in Illustrated Magazine Edition on hand, r, q.. r
Star.Mrs. Georgia.Dr. which we will mall to any address in the : ;
S. L. Lupfer and children are' United States for 25 cents. Now Is a I '
on a visit to Mrs. Harry Rogero, at St. Breaker"will have on hand next good time to advertise this section, and I i> \0'' .. ', : .' '..r''t. '. .".

!!Augustine week a supply of that wonderful book, alt can assist'by' sending out one or more t ,' 'i'\Io'\.. ,. ,", '
t : "As It Is In Heaven which he will copies of this .43-tf ; '
x'A well magazine. <. ;, '
good established mercantile sell direct without the usual of 'Jr
for sale "Apply, to box 316, subscribing. -. We fully appreciate any news items : !{6&1lmm'[ ) [ .
Kissimmee, Fla.: 87 tf those living in the small towns in this -

Mrs. Dolph Berli and children returned and adjoining counties may send to this 1
Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and Monday morning from Latonia. paper, but we must request them to
and we will get a drink of the best Ky.. to which city they accompaniedthe sign their names to all communications, "
soda water made. 31 tf remains of Mrs. Iterli's mother not that we intend to publish them, but
three weeks ago. that we may know who the writers are. -+ ,
Mr. Ansel Sightler[ is spending a few .
days in Kissimmee.-I'inecastle notes Miss !Rosa Harris, who is attending Mr. II. E. Bryan opened his restaurant .

in South Florida Sentinel. school at KiHsimmee, visited her mother in the Beaman block this week, .. ( ,

Mrs. J. F. Harris, of this place, ard a more handsome room cannot be
Mrs. N. B. Carson will leave tomorrow Saturday and Sunday.- Piiiecastle notesin found in the state. The furnishings are

for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. South Florida Sentinel.Mr. all new and up-to-date in every particular -
Edgar Oliver' at Atlanta, Ga. and there is no reason why Mr.
N. A. Clay of Mount Vernon 0., Bryan should not make a great successof
Mrs. A. E. Swarts and daughter, Isabelle one of our regular winter visitors, arrived this much needed enterprise. UU' FLORIDA'S GARDEN SPOT
t spent the day in Kissimmee last in the city Friday night, and says _

F.riday.Davenport Messenger.: he will more than likely make K issim.mee Mr. E. L. Dunneof Hempstead, L. I.-, N

Mr. C. O. Ncwlan, who has spent the his permanent home. was here for a few days last week !looking -

Bummer traveling through the Western The meetings; of the Board of Trade at his land in Kissfmmee Park and
states, has returned to the was so well pleased that he returned .
city. are of sufficient importance| to demandthe \'h
Homo Monday for the purpose.of bring- p
of member. The
Capt. Henry O'Neal, postmaster at presence every ing his wife and four boys here the first
regular meeting will be held Monday
Rosalie, spending; the week in the week: in November, when he will at once
night in the council chamber.The '
; begin the erection of modern The choice of '
city attending to business matters. : a bungalow discriminating pur-
old wooden passenger depot is on the beach that fronts the Park.
Mrs. C. L. Hyatt and son returned '
removed to the
being company's
Monday from weeks' prop- We are to chasers. -
:a two visit to erty between the Osceola Lumber Com- equipped portraitsthat .
Mrs. Hyatt's parents at Lakeland. are right; and our long experienceis j
pany and Cape Breeze<<, and will be usedin back-of
every picture we make. And
Mrs.' G.-C. Mahon and Miss Lilah Jordan the future as a section house. -
you are assured of a good likeness and t
were visitors to Kissimmee last artistic finish when we do the work. !
. &Capt. H M. Breaker and daughter-
Wednesday. Davenport Messenger.', in-law, Mr.*. C. E. Breaker, and Mr. C... Come in at any time. Wilder's Studio. Well worth a visit by those who -. .
We also give special attention to out
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hills and Mr. and E. Franklin left Saturday for Chatta-
Mrs. Chase Young visited Kissimmeeone nooga, Tenn., to attend the annual re- door view work. 43-3t -

day last'week. -Davenport Me sen- union of the Army of the Cumberland I Messrs. B. A. McAdoo and J. D. wish to see a proposition that is in a 41C

Hammond arrived in the last week
Mr. S. B. Aultman has the city
ger.The purchased from Coates, Kans.'and at once took class by itself.Kissimmee
Girls' Club of the Osceola High GTayston garage from Mr. J. J. Griffin their residence the Mr. ,
_' school, will give: a Halloween party. and it is understood he will install up on property .
. McAdoo purchased about three miles I '
If although the place at which the fe lliv- Bis son Henry as manager, who for the
east of the which
city, on a splendid
\ ities will be held has not as yet been past few years has been mining in the
Mr. McAdoo
bee made puBlic. West. orange grove.; broughtacar
load of horses and mulea,'whlch he

,_-- _... .- ____.n --- The Osceola Pharmacy has purchasedfrom will dispose of in a short timex

-' Lippincot Company, of Philadelphia News has reached this city that Judge

I I Have you tried I I latest, one.of their soda fountains In the ', Dudley A. Glenn died at his home inLatonia. rr
design, having iceless
/ an
Ky., on Tuesday of last week,
atus. It will be Installed
a week or '
VIOLET DULCE VANISHING CREAM antl-his'; remains were buried in that
ten days. J.J
city on the Friday following.( Judge
; .
Mr. John A. Potts of Westport, Conn., Glenn suffered a stroke of paralysis ,
two of the best preparations on the arrived here last week and has purchased I something over a year ago, and spent .
market, made in the.Harmony Perfume property in Kissimmee Park. Mr. Potts last winter here with the hope that this '
Laboratories,: and Bold only in brought a ready-made house along climate would benefit him, which it did .
Recall:! Stores. <, which only \required a few days to put to a marked degree.: He returned. to .
l.The ColdCream is flub for massaging together. Latonia in the early spring. .

". ) as it contains no glye; ,rine. It .
is delicately perfumed, and'prevents Miss Almena Leitner of Klsaimmee, '' Mr. Alan J. MacDonough, who came Land Company
.tan and sun-burn. spent the week end with relative in the to Kissimmee about ten days ago, wrote .
The Vanishing Cream is different city. Miss Leitner formerly lived in i home of the many wonders of this city
from cold cream. It beautifies and Bartow and her many friends were glad I and on Sunday evening met his father .
;: heals the skin,' making it soft and to see her In the city again.-Polk and mother, Mr. and, Mrs. Ed. Mac- H. B. HOUCK Res'cfent, Manager h

smooth, giving !delicate complexion. County Record, i Dounough of Phoenlxville, Pa., who .

You Vill find sir jar of each of these If the streets leading came to make '!W. their permanent I *\ .. ,
through the
creams on the show-case ''near the home. They were accompanied by their. .
.. entranee; Examine them and Aultman-Bickerdike: farm were graded daughter, Margaret: and 'Mr. Archie .
and In'perfect.. It
put condition would They have made' the I'I'CbaIllnpworth. FLORIDA"
the Vanishing Cream-
by rubbing a .
the .
not only be means of draining that
bit on' the back of the band it will Jones cottage on Oak avenue their, '
, ; '
extensive garden which is Klssimmee'. '
home. All themselves
express as being & I
" disappear Immediately.OSCEOLA .. .. ". pride, but would add greatly to the convenience delighted with both the climate and the . ,

, < PHARMACY of the hundreds of people that people, and know they can persuade '
: .: .
-t". "' ,. will pay it a-visit,during the next few several of their friends to make Klsaimr-. : -". if'A yi
j months. "
men their home. :
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4; dp I T M: RIVERS;' M. D., f' 'SANDY'S 'SCRUPLES CHURCH: DIRECTORY ,.,",-.-- -, . -- }

I WISH to say to the contoroplat- ?.PH..rSICiAN and SURGEON ,
; Snit builders'in Kisslnunee and .PLK.ptLt ..-Tsu.iataE""" ?
surrounding/ country that. 1 have ''Offlo over Osoeola Pharmacy '. Getting the Beit. BAPTIST JIS ( noN ]v- DRESS n '
w //r t' succeeded in getting the agency rWsIderfo63 A couple of tourists taytng;"at a illlag. i I Inn'
rr' t for the 'well known. brand-Chero- PSONES..'..rumceH8 t ..... ."which ls to'close.proximity,to a Bunyan Stephen*, pastor
Ir kee Cement Plaster. It will go ,. Sunday
t ,. farther, make a harder wall andY well known Scottish loch bad a fane ..Bible School 9.45'a' m. For Ladies and 'Misses
better wall spread eaiUr and one rise Sunday to go tor a row on the
aMn. give better ..tid"ctlon than any loch.' ''They accordingly ''sallied.
.other brand made. Every sack 'W. L. WINK In search of the,boatman, whom they C. Y B. U. 6:46 p., en.Comttyrtlon2dISunday.l.
guaranteed. One million dollars .. met just leaving hi1 house, dreaped 10 , .
"Priritzess"COAT S
.M? backs. up guarantee.: 16.00 ton. PHYSICIAN his, Sunday beat and carryinga' Bible Monday.-(after 3rd Sunday) .

; : B, DICKERSON c..tmt.-ui .MIT... Rasroa"rsPence SOrriCB $ KUIIII1" under bU arm. ... Woman' Mill.. Unlon-Dtvo.,3P.'m. J \ '
: j "
: "We want to tor'row.; a.ld one SUITS
; rroMB t 97. FLoaIO go Wednesday-(after let Sunday). __
oj, j of the tourists. Worn. Mls; Union-Social: 3 to 5pm
., I"I e "Dae It's .
no' ken
ye .
'.III!'I _ : F.G. THOMASON answered Sandy. .'11110' feet a boat Thursday '. ., and LONG COATS

.( I:'; t AlhaaaA- ... Ira me the day, forby I'll baa ye tae Prayer! meeting?:00|p.'m. -

', +. r' TILLED PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ken that I am".aD elder o' the kirk." Visitor always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. These garment are skillfully detifneJ, cleverly tailored .

,TUjl M. "Yes, yea," expostulated the tonrlsU, and conservatively priced. They give a Perfect Fit
"that's all well for but 'w.don't .
very you .
t Office Phones 74'and 3. Residence iu, at the collar boulder front and Lip The front Lave t ta
= with You :
:: Real Estate Agency.N1NNNNNI. require you us. can go S. S. Snyder, pastor .I
to church; we can row ourselves." foundation of Plio canvas which will not tagor break.
B. D. WIENENGA Sunday School 9.45 a. m.A.. M. Y
DR) "Aye,, aye aald tbe elder' "but Jla Nelson, superintendent. They are.made of cheviot mixture in tan and gray, and
think whit the meenJ ter 11 say."
i /I' Realty bought and sold. VETERINARIANSTOCK "Never mind tbe minister," was the Church Service 11 a. rn. and 7.00 p.m. serge In blue, browns and black The lining of satin I

Taxes Houses rented.and Titles ver- t ALL TREATED DISEASES FOIL reply; "be will know nothing about it Christian Endeav l"6.15 p. rn. are guaranteed1.c: .:. .:. ,.:. .:. \
", paid We will pay you wen:" I Prayer and Bible study Thureday7.00;
i ified for non-resldenta( .tat --
Pfnh't ph,,", 1112 . ORLANDO. FEA. "Ah. weel" said Sandy, 111 no' Jet p. m. .
lr 't' Fire, Life and Accident ye the boat bit I'll tell, ye whit I'l Visitors most cordially jnyited to all "PRINTZESS""DISTINCTION IN DRESS" ?

4' *s 8urahce.ri J dae. Dae ye see yon wee' boatle doon Cervices. .
: 4 Indemnity Bond's.t : f :D)R. N. L. BRYAN among the rushes? Weel. she's ready f

""' 'V"'V''II'\' DENTIST wl the oars Inside. Jlst ye gang doon METHODIST. An Inspection Invited at
1 there an' row oot tae the middle o' .
Squires Building .the loch an' I'll come doon tae the Wm. H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor. "

t .F'If j v New York AvenueST. bank an' swear at ye. Bit never ye Sunday School 9:45* a. m.-Prof. R. L F KA TZ'S

CLOUD FLORIDA mind: ye Jlst row on an' I'll) call tor I, M. Evan., superintendent.
:, ; { The Home Bakery Man the money on MOllda,.." London. Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30. : : \
rMl. J. W. SIMPSON Ideas, p.f rn. "i' I -

1' Takes this opportunity to thank Boys League 1.30 p.m. :

.t I the good people of this city for DENTIST. f \ Notice. Junior League 2 p": m. --------- _- -- - --- --

their liberal patronage and would Senior League Wed. 7:30 p. m.
Upstairs In K_ti 'Bullding.
I also take this means to say that I M a. to 12 ja. Notice iti hereby given that the City.Council Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. m. 1
OiminiiiiniTiiv: t'5:; will .receive bids for curbing.
f our limited facilities for making iao: : faf- Holy communion ever 1st Sunday.
gram< ) nd paving as follows: Emmett -
goods will prevent (for awhile) our Telephone No. 76 Jun otlvr.I street one hundred and fifty feet You are cordially invited to each of: I
general delivery to all parts of the north of the intersection of Stewart and these services.
city. Quality and variety will be JR. Broadway streets, Broadway street"
from the intersection of Stewart and
maintained always. .Ojir nice] DENTIST
_ S F Broadway streets too the intersection of _c CHRISTIAN. ilI
and Dakin
Dakin avenue, avenue from
HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS Office over Cole's Jewelry Store the intersection of Broadway to the Preaching at' 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m.

Also HOT BREAD Olfici' (Hours: 8-1 If, 1-5 passenger" of the Atlantic Coast Bibl School 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell U
b I Office fho"H/ Lineradroatt, according to plans and superintendent; J. H. Harris assistant
d will be ready mornings andafter- Residence! 23 specifications now on file in the City superintendent. i

noons, and, a nice variety of IIE$ Clerk's office. All bids to be filed with Christian Endeavorevery- Sunday

4' : and CAKE Parties. and Wedding ivi DEHBYSIUHE M. D.. the City 7th Clerk 1911. not Council later than reserves November "the- evening at 4.30 p. m. .

t., \ -a npecialty. right to reject any and all bids Prayer meeting; and choir practice every -

Special attention given to the J. H. GILBERT Thursday at 7.30 p. m.

/,. A. SMITH, treatment Children.of Women andj J 42.4t City'Clerk.A .

(i .\ i Office over Citizen Bank. PHONE 184 Nur..'. Hsnds.Af .
Hospital -J
24-'imonpd: David D. Kidd rector.
an example of trademarks have
-- --- -
--- -- - Services every second and fourth Sun
yob ever noticed the hands-of the hospital
P. A. VANS AftNBW. W. ..CRAWFORD day at 11):(K) a. m. t
W. C. BASS nurse? The soft white hand
-, VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW I which In fiction Is occupied In cooling Communion 2nd Sunday at morning And look at our line of attractive Dressers. ,.'
: Wholesaleand: Retail\ fevered brows does not exist and could servIces.
rY not It Is a skilled band but Its work Guild/mwting every first Tuesday. Here's one in polished swell front with two deep ,

rY 4 \ I Dealer ir. Office: 3-l-->-6 Citizens Bank Jlullillug makes It rough and cbapped. Try G drawers with locks. The handles are of lacquered brass r ''L

Fresh Kissimmee Florida bathing your hands In disinfectants Subdivisions Wanted.We always bright and shining. The swinginaoval mirror is
v Beef Pork and -- -- - twenty Umes a day and you will.find
I. I.. YooN n. n. onuii that look after them as you may. they town Iota want anywhere subdivisions in suitable the United for of French bevel plate, ]18x36 inches. This dresser is so ,

f wUl soon be seamed with cracks States. What have .you got? strong that you can hand it down to your grandchildren .
Mutton & GEIGER which an east wind often turn. to
when you are done with it.It is well, worth the price $15.
bleeding cuts. And as they are worked 39tf Huntington. W. Va. .

C5 ,;, PHONE 4A.Sprigg. ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice bard for some twelve or thirteen --- We have a wash stand to match, made of the same
hours a day the nurse. takes a some
State Bank Building what larger size In gloves than -most Florida Maps. __ __-- material, swell front, French bevel plate mirror 12x20 I

a. -. Kissimmee. Florida women. If yon ever see the photograph Upon receiptof 25 cents at the Valley inches above a firm towel bar. The handles are of lac- ;
-- - Gazette office a pocket map of Florida
; Fleming G F. KRIBBS ,. of a hospital nurse you may ob- will be mailed to any address. in the quered brass, and both this and the dresser are fitted with
serve that she prefers to keep those
United States. We can also furnish !,
casters. Price $Z50. .
f, bands behind her back.-London Chron-
ATTORNEV AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. maps of Osceola county at II each and .
;!. CLEANING icle., will be glad estimate on section maps If you want a cheaper dresser here is one in good oak, ,I
Examination of Titles of,,any kind.
'. PRESSING a Specialy. Longest Family Tree. with two large and two small drawers. Size of top is '

':;i ,. DYEING "d Notification,non-residents and payment given care'fulattention. lof taxes' ot' Tbe biggest family tree in tbe world 19x38 inches. Square French bevelled mirror 18x20 '
i A want ad In the Gazette al-
believed to bo the one wblcb traces Valley
't:,. .i -' REPAIRINGLeave .' tbe genealogy of Queen Elizabeth backto way brings results, and all it costs i.flve is inches. Lacquered brass handles, casters, price $9.5O. ,
"l \:" j .1\.1'fl \, ',1' , I cents a }line. .
King David and thence to Adam them '
have still cheaper'and better
', word at my house and clothe' ROBERT G, JOHNSTONATTORNEY ones up to
: or at least as Bear to Adam as one -
will be called lor and returned 1 $35.00. A
could get Tbe coat of arms Is givenIn I
-'- almost with full '
\T LAW.KISS1MEEB every case particulars We shall be pleased to show them to
Satisfaction tiuaranteec of tbe dates of births and t
deaths. The labor of providing coats "KISSIMMEE"will
FLORIDA of arms Is abandoned before Methuse
i i'J.
lah's time but the chart measures ---:will -
IXHJ1HC MARHKV T. PICTON WARI.OWiMte forty ave feet and certainly does take
S.BULLOCK Counsel for Jutlire <>f the one through a maze of nobility.An KISSIMMEE PARKDaily
i Florida It. It. Cumrn.: Criminal Court OSCEOLA

T 1Vl VI ASSEY & WARLOW Afterthought. at 6 a. m. and 2 p. m.
d. REAL ESTATE "Yet-s." remarked a young husband Returning Leave Kissimmee

....................... ATTORNEYS AND LAW COUNSELLOSAT 'at breakfast. "these biscuits are pretty 8:30: a. m. and 3:15: p. m.Arranicemenui HARDWARE
good but don't you ,think there ought ,
INSURANCEExamination Practic In all the .
Courts of the State and of :
to be little
: the United Statue, Died) before the Florida Rail a for Moonlight Excursions can
road Commla lon. and the Interstate Commerce: mother made them," Interrupted be made at any time on short notice.
t of Titles a CommiMion the wife quickly."of I, -
,. 84 1 thorn?" ended the husband :in Carts Round Trip to :f
t I Specialty. yr with a flash of Inspiration.Man say I KISSIMMEE PARK fTrJ. .
-- --- - ---
---- A
M. DAVIS. Captain Phone 132C. (
t Correspondence' Solicited. Is his own star, and that soul 1
"" \ W. S. HARWELL that can be honest is tbe only perfect

man.-Kletcber. :

f REAL ESTATENotary *. .. ...., -
/ I. Elm n* I. IFFM *
', FIORIDA:REAL ,ESTATE[ fOR SALE Public at Large .. S.HTH lM>.r.....
.1 Office in Beaman Building .KISSIMMEECONSTRUCTION
: Beautiful winter home sites situated
it tp
:.f J in the Lake Region o) Florida. -

1/:0/: 1( Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor Many Kiisimmee Citizens Have Discovered COMPANY I

;, small tracts. It.

A''t r CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY C. W. Griffin Just what to do when the kidneys are I Cement MANUFACTURE, Granite or ALL and KINDS Marble or _ W* have aold these shoes I .,,

% ? r List your property with me for quick affected, is a question that concerns both for two seasons before we t t,

..alts.r young and old. Weak kidneys neglected MONUMENTAL/ WORKMake started to advertise them. ';
F FAMILY Groceries -n childhood lead to life-long suffer- x YIl'
We have put them to the School -
H. M. Breaker & Co. ing. People of advanced years with Plans and Specificationsand f =
rz'a" less vitality, suffer doubly. In youth or Contract for'all ... hardest test and are now -

i ai Box 178 KISSIMMEE. FLA. -AND- age, languor backache urinary irregu- kinds of ready to put / Sho S

FRESH MEATS larity dizziness and nervousness make CONCRETE, BRICK {

life a burden. Red Goose
There is one remedy that acts directlyon

t ,,. ,; : Delivery Every Day at Any Hour the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills Office and Work.: School Shoesbefore
Sproull Ave. and Midland Ry.
Well Driller Patronage Solicited owe their world-wide fame to the fact

that they have cured thousands of cases KISSIMMEE FLORIDA t'
is to drillARTESIAN North the public as the best
prepared Kissimmee Phone No. 8 of sick kidneys and cured them perma-

t WELLS -= nently. Follow the example of this .,. school shoe on the market.We .
Kissimmee citizen.M. carry these shoes in all styles

'1. in any section of Florida.Ten JENKINS & WOODIIAM Coaner MufTette street Kissim and sues, from infants' to big. !.

k' I 1- giving mee. Fla.Doan's, says Kidney: "I Pills(eel my justified endorsement in- w. L. m DOZOB r..girl*'. SewinJow! display. i

; yean :ot successful Well for I know from personal experience -
Drilling Is a Guarantee of my that this remedy acts just
result Ability to produce the best Surveying and represented./ 'rI took Doan's Kidney Our Fall Goods are Now In :

w ".'r Pills when I was suffering from hack- a

'" Drafting tfche and kidney complaint and I received .
ti' TWO AND FOUFJ INCH .- great benefit. Real Estate We assure you up-to-date; service. ,>

WELLS A SPECIALTY For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cta:

Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. sole
',i P. O. Box 344 ymmee. OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL'KISSIMMEE. agents for the United State.' L. M WHIDDEN & CO. ,;

I Remember the name-Doan'a-ai.d .
$ Florida FLA take no other. KIS (MEE; FLORIDA

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% ASK':IWTUNDS: 'Mikf Ktad"ihe\ heart :'of'' tht old :

in 'your: midst by giving through : ; rfdeal r-
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-.r 0 .." For State Monument the .,Wi PARTMDOX,

' ForSale?' > '. "C". *'.........** of ':'the.-Confederay.. .:' *- .Monument 'to Memory of Fertilizers
'*, Women
of the Southern ,
( An open,Utter to that splendid : ,. yrt
t '278-acre farm1 about 2.miles' from St.;Cloud and, of men who. have,built 1n collosal I, ...! . .? ".

1 1-4 miles from railroad station;: school on-land 1OOVard portion upon ,tl!' ashy of the i 1 Best '
.. hopes of the Confederate soldier.To ; 4SIN TASTINGLIQUID j .
from.'the residence-ii .>church quarter ;:mile! ; 5, that magnificent ';Ine

roomed housebU8ine88h9U8ettstable8orange1irove': { ; ;; ,.'. ,- courage) :that-. ,baa;,-wrought- ,' MEDICINE duce To results'but gain i place-results on our with'regUlar a PROF-IT.list 'a formula The'most not only"pro-,

i; a etec We want a quick buyer for this at a bargain price. creation: ? .V *. ;* * considers tbe effect on pocketbook-the. REAL result user of fertiliser. .

We also have, 10'acres across the road from the To the'80ft.. of :the:[Confederate Quickly IDEAL' FERTILIZER produce. the right effect, for ,t works '
dier 'and the friends to-the as Calomel, Taker the withNatuto.Thepreferenc..of;: -each'class 'of'vegetation for Its c
above, about one-third ri'bearini"i"roye' grapefruit source of plant food is
carefully well
as the
l of Calomel,and i is Absolutely as proper proportions
Lots of, stables, sheds, etc. "2 wells, small the cause that he once offered up J to give perfect balance-no lack, no waste '
I and property to establish. -I/ Harmless... With proper. application of .proper food; vegetation outgrows
, 1 house belonging with this just across the road. i To the men of affairs of 1911- I '. Liver-Tone is the name of diseases and inserts to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous 3
I splendld'investment produces fruit that Is pleasing to the and palate ,,
other oye and. brings
41 Many owe a debt to the motherhood of vegetable tonic which the KIs- financial returns pleasing! to the grower. . '
I ': NELSON REALTY CO.f Southland. .. Drug Co. recommends aa t per.-;: Do not lose the maximum profit.due you-by using poorly balanced
\ At a meeting of the Florida I for,calomel. Without plant food from improper sources. IDEAL stands for PROFIT. ,

I '. For Sale of United'Confederate Veblr any restriction of habit Call onour local agent
from'h at-B rtow: FlL October 19, 191<: :: ', Liver-Tone- starts the Liver "WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. }'

r i 4' A 6 roomed house less than .three blocks question of erecting monument to and.cures constipation, bil ,.
or address'Wilson '
the Courthouse with 15J xl5O feet of ground, chicken memory< of the Women of' Florida etc., without any harmful

house, wood shed, well of.good? water, 12 or 15 splen- wrought BO'loyally for the & >ffect & Toomer Fertilizer Co.JaF. ndiII.-:
Confederacy during the war, and fact that calomel is mercury has .
did bearing trees loaded down with fine fruit, .
orange done, and are still doing so much many\people who are afraid of \ $kJ
also .ornamental shrubbery in yard. North and east the beloved cause, was discussed. poisoning from using it. Cal- In ::!

front. Oood neighborhood. For quick sale in spot resulted In creating a board of is a good thing to let alone. All

cash, $1250 gets it. to take the a atter. in hand. Gen. can use Dodeon's Liver-Tone, , .

We also have a nice large lot 87xl50 feet.' lam H. Jewell, Rt. Rev. Edwin they have been in the habit of
view ner Weed arid this writer were : calomel or not, for it is entirely Long;'Distance >r '
North and east corner, beautiful of the lake. One "* '
monument trustees. and cannot do harm. The Advertising Phon.296
block from the Courthouee. Good neighborhood. Price atm General Jewell was most Drug Co. wih l give the money y,

$'Z'50. Terms if desired. 2 good houses could be chairman of this body. If I to any dissatisfied purchaser

built on this property. caned upon to name one man who fifty cents. is saying the right thing .-
l done more than all others ...
+ We have some beautiful lots in Eureka addition.
,t rouse sentiment, and raise at the right time .
Lots selling 'fast and considerable building. These sacred I would not ; '
this cause,
are large lots, very cheap on monthly payments.We to point to General Jewell and in the right way -

also have some 2 acre and 5 acre farms in I "Behold the man !I" With that looking

Pinedale for sale on favorable terms of payment at I of dauntless courage that made you We make a specialty of planning, preparing

popular: prices. We have a 5 acre farm, fenced and hero< in battle half a century $ a home? Land literature Companies.and conducting Boards of" campaigns Trade, Municipalities for-
this fight
Cross fenced, in cultivation and some young trees asfor years fought i .Individuals. J '
roper testimonial to our ,
planted out. Just ready for someone to erect a delightful y
Florida. With a persistence that if these suit you

g home,_ have the advantages of school, church, l laughed at failure and a faith in GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISERS

good markets, etc. cess that scorned discouragement i .ott.....pantry porchea. tin. wee
to those .." yard 10 or II 1 orange end Rrapefruit ,
We also have splendid stock farm to sell.! Thisis has been an inspiration ..h..nd. ehrubbery. Wewalk. Near, --
ViONFEDERATE have lacked much of the houae. I16UO. FLORIDA:
at a bargain price. Particulars to interested par- of this dear old man's personality. house.Jot 6Oxl'5. plenty. of fruit. A "-

ties. We have some fine Park Garden property These trustees have striven to = $10011.) _.- ,- -

f where flowing wells are assured and best of soil. a sufficient sum to carry out the >orn cottage lot IKBxHX). "1100.

pose of the division to erect hou e on Main St. Lot 7.r. 2IK1.( .,120k(
All kinds of Florida homes and Investments. had %
woman's monument. We furnbhcd. .!100.
cottage near In
Correspondence solicited. secure subscriptions from the Oseeola Lumber .f
houx. kH 800x810. l.X> 1z
of veterans in our state sufficient :';' traea. an.acre of aweel potatoes. nr.z: ,

1 complish our purpose. We have hou... near in, lot lOixlSS. 8'*0. '
our utmost to call back the men .
NELSON REALTY CO. I bungalow. lot IBOxl*. '13f>O.
as a battling aggregation; fifty Company_ ,
ago-were the wonder of the w .room HOUM. lot 13t&I111.! $1260.

liISSTI2t CK. \LiA.. Our-miccess has been only partial. .roaet 'cotUuro.. unflnlahed. 8 Iota 11I1.1811. -
The legislature of our state-In the thing for a beginner. *&00. --DEALER..INw. yy

session of 1911-responding to .room cottage. celled.. ., \>Orah... deep-wall\
trap.fruit tr... 8 bearing orance tree*. 1
peal of the trustees, appropriated$ 1 ....pear tree. 10 peach tree.. Th.Ideal Rough and Dressed Lumber .
to be supplemented by a similar h_. Lot 7'nl.S. Only l\00. _

1 raised by the Confederate V .vary line fruit farm 20 ..,....* mile ,
court b....... f>8 bearing crania trees,
the purpose of erecting a .. -.. plume peachea. black WINDOWS DOORS /I
of these noble .. ruavaa and grape arbor. ft-roon _
memory Tam"H..and barn. Some timber Farm fenced
Our division has succeeded in craw. fenced. Ask..boullt. SHINGLES LATH, BRICK, LIME

F'' VETERANS about $2,500. Young. men I ...r...from !10' an acre up. ,- middle-aged; men-do you :
with .... Iota from S100 up NOVELTVNORKS i
i Confederate veterans _. ..
'' ? If do
in' not raising more you
about you at the fragment that Realty Parlor. GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL. ,

t REUNIONORLANDO E lingers among you and 'cease to r .

der. Aged and decrepit now, for Mrs MABY M. BUMMERS. Manager .5' .
.;10. free Delivery to All-Parts" of City Jfo Jfo .
)'earl\.thue\ men fought for the keVjew, Cottage 'Ku.immee: Fir. .
Fla. OCT. 25th-26th of your mother 'and your ,
and returning to desolate homes, .. I r"

have in many instances spent '
century fighting the wolf of --- -

,,ATLANTIC COAST LINE that God snarled bles l-1.hese at the old and- 1 lor $2 per Acre per Month h - .

f.. ; twilight of their few remaining ...a Sanford well '( celery Flowing-I : ar. H. C. STANFORD
We sell round tickets the of the : : dralnce.good subsoil district: COMPANYCarries 1
trip at rate one cent give them a place in concern .. water and rail proven transporta-I .l .e.try e.:.
per mile traveled, pint 25 cents. Tickets sold present generation.And Our liberal contract, allows s.lx. .
.. .
of to pay out Title Bond li Oaarantee
Oct. 23d to 25th, inclusive.Limit: October 28th. % now I come to you men Sanlord. Hla. 4L1.lyrTHE as Complete a Line of ft 5
'-f borough county to ask your aid

noble purpose. Not to ask DRY GOODS NOTIONSFURNISHINOS Ara
For information and tickets call on nearestA. ,
to claim the rights due to your
C. U Ticket Agent, or of
ers. To offer you the privilege j
a righteous act and bestowing PARKs "
Traveling Passenger Agent Div. Passenger Agent :
.z Tampa Fla. glected, but richly deserved SHOES and CLOTHING :Xl
1:1-: We want your help. We want it '"
We need it, and must have it, -- -= - "
as can be board In Inland Florida .
* fail. :: : ':I:' E:: L '
I George N. Saunders and sells them .,,, i
On the 25th of October the \.1:

meets in Orlando the home of ,
Jewell-our annual reunion for p
I Old men, will come with trembling HOUSE IN AMERICA
> Agent for "Ferro"; and "Eagk Engines \ :
"What One Block West .
to ask these trustees, 4 '
-o.4 .rriEDE Batollai fins btl"Ih.KISSIMM ;. '
done to honor the memory of .t ,
rNt N61NP TT U4.tE (D M.G.e. EE FLORIDA ol Depot -V. 7. : .7
women who stood by us In the , .
What can we them ? I 4\!\

i say, "Wait another year?" RATES $1.00 A DAY, OR $6.00 H.-G-e-- STANFORD COMPANY ;54]

ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter Park feel comfortable when you know .td A WEEK FOR ROOM ..,
delay must deny hundreds of Kissimmee, Florida :

OLDEST COLLEGE AND 'MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA veterans the coveted joy of I AND BOARD "----- -- - ------- -- -------- 1
. College, Academy, Music Espre ion, Fine Arts, Domestic that this labor of love is

and Industrial Arts, Business, Normal Course The Grim Reaper is sweeping -- -- - -- -"- ---- --

T.elve buildings, lour dormatorlen, m'purnle rooms, ptrntn heat, ehvtnr! MjjljtH: away, and Boon they will cease to ----- - -.-.,floe }muaslum l no iialitrlt.| gnurti-r million dollar rndnxmeni.
Four. tenchtni niUHir. $SLO organ A down pin no*, two gl.-clubs, churns rlnnftBIIXM care to those whose activities I..
t machine rb,tjp new-wIUerstwo8netrurtur.looms for liun.iitwii. tlt'|. full year.ban king eqt.tpmui liurrpUiH) tuldiiig-, them. The RULL BASS MARKET

New rlipmlotil-aiid fthyttcal. ]l, .'' ( of /Hrtllizfrw iir' '...'! ,' enneth Butler
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...k..lisp.. remilnhegii'". tfuniH, naLrrttrrL.. ." ball, four conaeculive ble rational, generous maily p p. I Bearden Building One Block from
78&.,.' <' ...of )! : Depot
: e is
( but un For Catalogue, address WM. F. BLACKMAN. Ph. D.. LL. I). Prcnfdvttt.. t Don't: say, "Oh stuff." There \. Fresh Florida of nil kinds.
was an occasion for worthy service MEATS rfl
(God did not find a man to lead SHOP ; nnd Western ..;10 -

Who is going to be our man in I

EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES scribed borough$80 county-to this Your cause.county has Cold Drinks & Cigars POULTRY EGGS. FRESH FISH l

SUCCESS THE SAME WAY,- Are you satisfied with your Special Ullenlion to Phone Orders and Free t

Give to these trustees between Kissimmee Fla P Delivery to any part of the City. Phone 189
BY SAVING MONEY -- October 25th the joyful .

Do you want to be successful? Start saving now. Put your money in bearing to hospitable Orlando .
home of General Jewell-the
CITIZENS BANK .OF' KISSIMMEEWe ings of success. We are W. THOMPSON\ .

last call It is a rally at. the -e:;) ;]

Give us, please Rive us, a l'i' r t
have more Savings Accounts than any other Bank In finish. We make this appeal to FUNERAL RE1'Oand s r
.. .
Osceola County.A rod
tire state. Remember, the J \ about Floe. I
Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procuredone ., these appeals rest upon the 1 ..1'..).._1DO trial.1o. :,1 lad, I'
do so at once.. j LICENSED EMBALMER ....C1..ue:: A,
few.Who t! of.,
will take this business ytT7fyu's.I' I ..
y J Opposite Courthouse f. ,
eta E. Dow5OAw. Fr.Mwt .W'ite me If it interests youv- ,.H .
' W..K.
; Norron : .
gives quickly gives most. i; > ; _.... ....: ,
Camp HillsboroDgh is located at 1CJ8f' ,. FLORIDA( + 1'/: ,y...
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'for several)Weeks we>avbeen -'; -'- : I "'- Lake ; --+- :i:. SIZE : C>9 r

+f' advertising quietly and I without Cape ,Breeze on the \Shore of Tbhopekaliga .. .*. .., 0x160 v .. $
J V f running any bluffy that we are, e' 2">. '/.h' 60x186 *.. .. COO
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ly"' the I lake front of our 0.' ". 0 .8..4.,..... 60x186 .. . 400
Improving *&Bftst 'I .
n i t/1 i .' .4"'.' ...'. .-,,,., 60x186 ..'.t . 400
City, _, 1\ G 6Ox185 400.
p"f \ ," 0 ei . ''' iVf ; r
. ,} \ rt 6 ". .,,;. ..; 60x18660x186 .}...!. ,400
'- ti--- . -_ ,M..''''''''m .--'-,-.. -- _,.:.._ ='_' .. = ,_." .. 7 . . .i .!' A .y..l.r 400
., Wee not 8ylng";;round coaxIng ; .. .- I : ,.,.... i.a }.qM p'f 8.6Ox185, .f......... ..400r

) , ... 9. . . . 95x186 .. "mr' 600y' ,
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r I anyon. to buy a 0 '
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.- { 10 SOLD'

'" e'knowthatwh.nourimprov"p '. 'c. Q_ ,-.... + y ,. _, 11 .... .. 100x110 ...... ..;; 6110

1. j are ,, C tM.IeM \ .' ,..Iw; '.," .N. 12 .. . . : 100x110 .. _,r':"l' 660
wtllb.greaterthantheaupply - '. 0, .,W:: : : :: : :. 100x110.100x110": : :.: : . 750,;

0 roo .'" .._... ,. '. 16 . .. .. 'M# .0, 760'.
: area of I In Kis ; 1 17. .'. . . 100x110 ... . 750
lot '
'''' There men than y.EJ" t c(' 18 . .. .. . 100x110 . . . . 760' .
wiser ;
u , almmee-preaumably zj. !It -. t 19 SOLD ,

'.. w, ace-whoewearthat ourplani AetY 20 . . . . 76x160 . ". . fiOO
? are impracticable. -" -.; ;: \ 21 SOLD I

:: .. 22 :. . . 76x160 . . . 600 1

r 'DIHMIIW". 23 . . . ., 76x160 . . : 600
going along 24 . . . . 76x16076x160: . . . 600
Meanwhile we are .. .. 26 . . . . : . . .. 600
doing our work and accomplishing 0 Z 26 SOLD .

: the one thing that can make P'rl. ti lZj .4 urhwl. Z1 . . .... 75:11150.: ; . . . 600

,, ,' : I our town something more than a Q sit O 6''Y ""'" 28 . . . . 75x160) : . . 600
Ii settlement' fleaw a H,,.' O .... 29 . . . 75x150 . . . 550

I pinewood I V'/1 k q rf4t . 80 . . . . 75x160 . . . 600 I.
', -- c Q 31.75x150 . . . . 600
i .. rA" ,. f''t';} 32 . . 75x15076x160: . . 600

l{ 1 During the present week.--Mr..-- 33 . . . . . . . . 600

tf .. ,- E. L. Lesley showed his a.ppreca-! 34 . . . 76x160 . . . 600

f ton of; our efforts and his confidence ;: 35 . . . . 75x150. . . . 660
,1. purchasing e Zs 0 36 . . 76x160: . . . 700
Breeze by '
In Cape d'. 31 . . . . 76x16075x160: . . . . 700
j a lots 10, 50, 61, 64, 66, 68, 70 J J8 . . . . . . . . 700

A I .r u 39 . . . . 76x160 . . . 100'f
L 1 e I ?G 40. SOLD

t S 9r 41' . . . 75x160 . . . 600
t i I In the same time M r. A. G. 1 oo 4 9lf jy 42. . 75x160: . . . . 550
1 .t Hamilton has bought Tot No. 21= ,... .R! -K 43 SOLD

i making 17 lots already sold. __J J S tar ,2f 44 SOLQ60x160 '
.(\ 0 s 45 . . . . : : . . 660
., ----- r -1-t 2f 46 . . . . 60x160; ;. . . . 660 .

Our' barge I is built and readv to +r. 47 . . . . 60x160: . . . 660
J. 48 SOLD
receivethe dredge which is expected NMD LANL tw' 49 SOLD

f 1 any day: 50 SOLD ,

t t, y'U 51 SOLD '
-- '$ .E' h .r.s f rs .rlc 52 . . 75x165 . . 600

w4 Y This dredge will deposit 180 rl l Jy 53 . . 75x16675x165 . . -. 600

of'earth hour, .'. .. 54 . ... . 600
cubic yards per '
6 S z J-1 LL . 73x165 . 600
and will fill Cape! Breeze to the 'PLAIi 'oF C APE REEZE'J co .;, i .rym rJ6 ..p.. : 9,2x165125x165 . . . . 800
ca cz c.
: desired level in two months or ,-.j -. I, . cq ,1f xa 67 . . . . 800

less. and _tenfrol: l pari..or i Pl ,r J' rrs o fiA. . 75x165 6 O.
1 o Ji 69 . . 76x16675x165 . 66O(
-- K IS.tLML! FLORIDA, I OJI. HEEE LANE r.o . . 650

,, bvtldir, 61 75x1b5 . . . 660
I loCO+iun oeJ I
Wedonotwish to impress you .nawin9., r..ncipal ,J 1 Ft )t 74 G2 . 75x165 650

with of great /.5" . . 75x166 . . 650
suggestion 1
any ._ '
Tpf'for lco 1'.n.. rJ fA fi4 SOLD
wisdom within ourselves, but it ,, iAO_ k )T Jy
y. s does seem, to us that anyone L t CL.AMI \ ..:Ma1DONOl10H OWN RS r /( ) y 66.6Jj . . . 100x175lOOx175 . . . . 900

tt ., wanting one of these lots would ;:, r s r / \ J Jet 67 . . . . two
I r\ bCOuti/ulYOeefront$ Hoe Slre:. tat 6i SOI )DSOI
\I; a take advantage of the present. : '7 1

r'' and get them at lowest prices. wri+ h IMPr'VV'"Ii ; d Z r. 6.4 I)
7 .
f 70 SOLD
'i /1 yj 'otc f j j' 1 71 SOLD
r 7 r. ,. / l . .
.: 9 ". ) / 72 140x IIW 1100
; 73. . 80x180 . 900LU"LAM

74 . . 80x180 900
'.. 75. . . 80x180 J 900
,/ 1. Fl '11. 76. . . . 106x180 1200''r
A MERMAID B 77 . . . HOXlKO) 850 ,

m /". 'LiiJil.r- 28 . . . !80x18095x180 t. '
CDONOUGII /9.: .. ; 1 W

C/r'II dferway1u y HO . . 96x175 .' 1000 '.
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: -tHVNEH.s-. '(t4'--"B fp f! M :KIo, 'b 81 . . 95x15590x1 . 1000 .
R2 ] J2100x110 1000
& "OOMII : "'T.JI"'KlicILnl''G 83. . . . 1 650 '

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; FOR SALE-City lot 70x93. two blocks FOR SALE-A good cow. R. O. Meek. MISCELLANEOUSWADE ; ,
| from postoflice. Address, Box 126, - .-. -- - -- FOR REXt; ?I'i

Classified Advertisements o Kissimmee. Fla 36tf ALL the latest styles: m photographs the tuner. Orlando.
at Wilder's Studio. Call and see our DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. TIU ) ;
FOR SALE OR TRADE=For land,five work. .40 tf WANTED-The sweetest thing out for ler. ", .
,If' "
.j. . ,passenger automobiles in good condi- girl..Fpller Greeme ,('I

: I '. Advertisements are Inserted'under this head at the rate of 5 Cent tion., G. F. Parkel432t, -.' FOR SALE--100 acres, lake front; 7 your fresh from factory. Kissimmee Candy-Drug TO fice.LET-Desk Box in a nice. large of 1"'

i, !I",'.I /i per line each insertion. FOR SALE-We- acres grove; good dwelling and tenant Com I snyi-tf --....,. ---- - '.-41-tf.p
j' ; have real bargains - --- f
) ; some house $5,000. J. H. Halley Fra
; ,
',' . "- in small residence"properties ternity building. 4t-tf FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull)) Bass ROOMS' TO RENT-Either single. or*,
t r' cloa. in to the business part of sne I Market. No. 189. 19- f en. suite;:: suitable 'for light hou..- ;
H ,- FOR SALE I I FOR SALE.-Windmill and tank good town. Downing Realty Co. 42tf I __. k(' plnv. Apply to Mrs. A. A.", *>
t i as new. Mrs. C. V. Bearden. 37 tf FOR SALE-A beautiful ten-acre tract GET II. N. BRATTON to drive your son. 3-t |
-- - - FOR in Pinedale just outside the city lim artesian wells. 43-tf ,
and calf. L. M.
i ., SALE-ThorouRhbred Buff Or- H. C. STANFORD CO. are agents for 'I Williams, near Kissimmee Lumber' its. Will sell. cheap for cash. I FOR KENTNicely furnished room 1,
pington eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert. 39-tf FOR dressed poultry phone the Rull 1
0 this celebrated Hannan shoes for Company 42tf Downing Realty Co. with or without board With private J

i .. '--i I men. 19-tf I --___ -- 43-ltpd_ .. __ I, -Bass Market., No.--189. 19-tf family, on Church street Mrs. Kulp. i
A PAIR of good gentle work horses Ii
'c :, for Ross Graves. 26-tf i FOR SALE-Cozy four room house with .' FOR SALE-Six-room house lakefront I MUTTON fresh fat and fine, at the 38!' tf J>
FOR bargains in resident property, ; bath; large lot: rlenty of fruit and Inquire southeast end Park _Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf FOR RENT Two fnrniahed -
.. truck poultry house $1,400.( ( J. H. Halley rooms pr prcity'
lands and orange call ; St. Joe Elswick. 40-4tpd
KING Quality shoes for a't Cash groves on : center Address
men H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf o Fraternity building, Kissimmee, Fla.41tf. b WOOD, per strand $1.25; five strands Box 126, KlsBirhmoe 4
Store. - ----
1 tft Fla.
I; _ ._ : |' .. _ I, acre. 575. Kmsimmee_ Lumber Co.29tf 36tf i
FOR SALE-40 ; 6 acres grove 4 - -- -- - -- ------- t.
., CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low ]FOR SALE Fifteen acres in orange FOR---SALE-Just- ---T -- --- acres timber balance cleared; 4000. WRITE US for anything you want in FOR RENT-Some nice rooms forTight \

prices. See or write II Fleming for and grapefruit trees; five miles from |I beautiful lots a few more of those .1. H. Halley, Fraternity building, the line of Florida real estate. No housekeeping. All modern conven-v';'j,
y'I Arcadia I in Prospect Park De- matter what it is, we have it. iences S. W.
particulars. 40 tf and three miles from Noca- I' Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf Downing 36-tf. I
Sk' | cidedly the cheapest lots the
tee. W. H. Funk. in city 42tf Downing Realty Co.
41-4tp |I considering locality and quality. FOR RENT-Three turnisherfi
F room.
OR SALE' -Ohio Chester White pigs 42tf Downing Realty Co. FOR SALE OR TRADE-Cable pianoin J-LEASE do not call at the farm for or unfurnished
; maid and female. FOR SALE Nice new five-room houseon Apply to Mrs. D. M.*1
; Apply to H. W. | good condition. Will sell outrightor
vegetables will find them Breaker
Boice, Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tfFOR" large lot, 100x150 feet, fine deep FOR Si, =-=An ideal home In St.:Cloud, accept good milk cow in part pay .at the grocery; you stores. S. B.on Aul .- 42-3t:
----- -:: - -- well good fence and fifteen nice finely furnished with beautiful sur- ment. Address R. F. Bosse, City. man. 42-tf TO LET-New 5-room cottage large'<

{ ft,, SALEForty lots in one body. i bearing orange trees located in a roundings; immediate possession; 40-4tpd corner lot, artesian well; $12 per %
Price so that money can be doubled' good part of the town overlooking I *
Lima to suit. Address S. M. Camp- WE-Are offering some ve sirable month. J. H. Halley, Fraternity
within two years. A.. Valley Gazette. 42tf the lake. A snap at $1250.00. bell, care lock box 98, St. Cloud, Fla. FOR SALE.-Horse, wagon, new set resident lots, located three ,blocks Building. r

31tf [( Downing Realty Co.: I 41-4tp of harness. Price. $175. Herbert from the Court House on nice high I, -r' 1 I'
Spier. 37 tf RENT-New broom
fit ___ __ ____.._.__ elevation for $200 for inside and $250 bungalow
rF Ir you want a square deal call on W. FIVE! city lot on which is located a FOR SALE-Good house and five acres n for corner lots. Alley in rear of all subject to sale $13 per month; 3 ,

; H. Farmer, who ha.' 3 houses on nice new five-room cottage, fine view of land alongside of Midland railway, FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar these lots. Cash; or short time. Let rooms furnished or unfurnished; 2.\\\' .i
Ii."t k' Mabbette street that can be bought I of the lake, cool breezes. This prop- 3 miles from Kissimmee. Good stable.Price$2..0cash. or will G. F us show you these lots. H. M. l rooms furnished; prefer man and wife.
cheap if bought soon. 38tftat' erty is. located close the Parker. 36tf. ,Mrs. Mary Summers
I to proposed P. G. Cromartle 38tf Breaker &; Co. 24-tf Elite Realty
electric line on high level lots A Parlor. 43-11.1
b FOR SALE-Nice, full bearing orange bargain at $1600. Let us show you FOR SALE-Nice FOR SALE-8000 acres of extra nice PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline __ _
4 y, I dollar, from one to twenty thousand : this property II. M. Breaker & Co.31tf all under fence little mostly four-acrefarm all timber land located on a beautiful I I fires. Get one for your launch autoor FOR RENT-We have a few placeafot:, ,

J' I this line Tell me what you want In good, rough three-room; clear lake and within three miles of two garage and be Bafts. Sold by Geo. rent in the country, all of which are't
and I will find it
/ 6' for
.1 you. i well etc., only about one mile from railroad stations. This entire tractis N. Saunders agent Kissimmee. 37 near school; can rent for crop rent on'r I
Downing Realty.Ce. 36-tf. FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and the city limits. A good horse har- exceptionally wejl l adapted to the part of them, reasonable money rent Ion <>
grapefruitgrove, about three miles growing; of all kinds of citrus fruits TWO very desirable resident lots in balance. One nicely furnished coti i
FOR SALE-Some nice, round well seasoned : from Kissimmee ness, farm wagon and farming utensils and Carson addition, each 50x164 feet. tage for ,;
:' on railroad. Will Jx; general farming. Price $6.00 rent beautiful view of the | )
l with
the all for 1"--
t 4. cypress fence posts. Delivered sell at a bargain. Address W. H. go place, $400.00.Act per acre on easy terms. There are 16 bearing-orange trees on lake; cottage has live rooms, -excel- i Oh"
anywhere in town. S. W. I I36tf Im quickly if you want this.43tf these lots under
Downing. Arnold Kissimmeq. Fla. 41-lf 42tf Downing-Realty Co. I good new fence I lent furniture. Nelson Realty Cor 69 <
.,. Downing Realty Co. located close to the lake. $350 cash ? I
\ I takee the two. See I
FOUR-acre -- - - H. M. Breaker
and "
: FOR HONEST and square deals in. all orange grapefruit WE-Have Ijsted some of the most desirable & Co. 31-tf AN intelligent Jlfcri
'. grove with 250 bearing trees, person may earn (
kinds of real estate call on or write property on the market, both WANTED I --- monthly
W. H. Farmer, Box 322.' five acres i soul k and ten acres pine and which offer i ERNEST L. GREEN corresponding for newapa'pers. t!
;, 16 tf I land in city county, we at SIGN WRITER No canvassing. Send for
-- cultivation thIrty and one- the lowest prices to bee obtained. / I -Sign. Auto. Carriage Painting. I Press parrticulara. t.,
half acres land five-room reliable parties to Syndicate B 2246:;),
'ct t. H.ANNAN SHOES are high class shoes. box house,unimproved good barn and welL, The There\ no padding prices by us, grow citrus fruit groves on shares, I guarantee all work. Let me figure Lockport, N.Y. .. V
." t Call and see them. II. C. Stanford improved land all under good fence. every piece of property sold at exact we'tb furnish the land. Particulars ,with you on' that job. P. O. Box ---'.-__-_---_ --- .,* ",.
t r Company. price placed on it by the owner. to interested Nelson 139, Klasimmee, Fla..I !16-tf
19-tf parties.
4.c This property on the north side of Realty ... Old ofcti
__ __ ::. East Write us your requirements and we Co. newspapers for sale at this j 1
Lake four miles from Narcoos- NICE-centrally located home
"' will do best on 20
our to please cents a hundred
BEAUTIFUL lake front lot you by
'l consisting :i see, nine miles from Kissimmee. the kind of -- - --- tiful corner lot only three blocks _ 4... y
showing just
k.' ", of a half bloc).. located in the best Price $4.500, $2,500 cash balance one desire. H. M. reaker &property Co. 24-tf you WANTED-To place several good:: loans from Broadway, house is lighted A want ad in the Valley Gazette always ."
neighborhood n. the illy. Will sell year. H, M. Breaker &; Co. well secured by real estate safe and with electricity has bath. toilet and brings results .
and all it costs is
only to party who will Improve it tocor - --- --- - ---- at oil interest. kitchen sink
a'five very encouraging rates ; new cement sidewalk; five cents a line. y yANNOUNCEMENTS
l 3 1, ..*pond with surrounding prop- FOR SALE:-163 seres, twelve acres I HAVE thousand acre tract of Here are opportunities for the'man house contains seven rooms, Includ-
"'.1 erty. Full' particulars and price to I I cleared balance good pine land with excellent timber land for sale so cheap who has some idle money, best of se ing bath room; lot 120x150 feet, extending d
interested party. II M. Breaker I clay subsoil; about 200 bearing that it will astonish you. Well located curity. Nelson Realty Co., over Citi- to 16-foot alley We can

&; Co. 31-tf j orange trees on place. Four room on beautiful lake, close to rail izens Bank, Kissimmee, Fla. 40tf offer this beautiful home on very f
-- road. It will
barn pay, you to investigate! reasonable terms. Full
cottage, good and other out particulars For Clerk
: TREE/ AND SHRUBBERY. For buildings. Located five miles west this. Better write for full Informa- WANTED-Real to Interested parties. H. M. Breaker Court <$
fruit trees, ornamental trees or shrubbery of Orlando tion today. Downing Realty estate. Having be- Co. At the of friends'thrpughoiii a,
on /good clay road. For Co.36tf. come a resident of Kissimmee and 24-tf nienJnunly I mjr
of any kind, write W. R. apnimnra my- J(
a, Speer price, terms, etc., address Box 256. ,, eandlilata for
'. opened an office in the Fraternity Clerk of tb VlrruftOou4..
1 Orlando, Fla., and get prices 34-tf LOST-Small English Pointer bird-dc' In and for
Orlando. Fla. 19-6ipoB-pd FOR SALE-Cholce lots in W. H. Far building, I wish to become acquainted . Oncrola. jupty at pity
h' I
female wi h
liver and tick- to thank
; white color
-it ,
I ,
mer's addition to q
P' , -1f1.5SEE: < King Quality shoes before buyln&II' FOR SALE-House of Prospect Park. WIt persons having property of any I marks on white, small head all dark kind .upnurt In thepeetendenllcnttheirop--:
fix rooms, with These lots of the
'. .*i! Store. are some most desirable -kind for sale. My whole time, energy faNhfaith.eerryleean'd *
Cash comes to of 1pfenon.l.
/ name "Juno. .
1-tf dattenllaupWib.
.. water and sewer connections located in the and Reward *,"
city sold and of
., are on experience are at
years your
t" information dution
for of the ....
in two blocks of House or return to W. W. office
postofBc. is easy payment. Buy at Once for service. Call and see me at I
:; your convenience. J. I.OVtha8TaEET. 1o o<
finest Saqnders this
% 'r } turpentine and plastered, wood fast, office. ,
:, they are selling Flowing artesian J. II. HALLEY. 41StANYONE
timer';' proposition in this section of'the'state. lot 64:11147.: with 19 full water can De obtained at a little LOST-A three i .
I jar Fifty thousand acres ,in trees In the purse containing five i' t tI i4
j yard. You For
can stand W.
on depth. H. Farmer.
41-tf .. Assessor.
,.th tract. I anywhere can start a mal and two one dollar bills, some
..8 a Admirably located. Will the porches-and. pluck th. roitr.Callon : receipt < <'I
f at home.. No and hereby announce the
.. canvassing. an order Henrietta myielf oandtdaU for :
on Jackson
'r. b* sold on terms of -
t very easy pay. I us and allow us "the privilege of BUY an orange' from the Downing omen of Tax A..euorof 0000e0Ia nbo
I B4 your own boss. Send'for free payable to T C. Fraser county ,
for Finder-will lees the
( 'h. >inmCL&Writo prices to showing you this desirable home o will of the D"lIIoaratto .... at th. ,
Realty Co and .n
: ; live easy the rest booklet. Tells how. Heacock,A 2144.: please leave at M. Kaiz's store and coming' primary and If
1. Downing te"llive
.. otUtt .. y. Realty Co. 89tt H. M. .lgot.4lproml.e
Breaker ft Co.
fy ot lif 42tf pckport. mypern.ati .
your N. Y. .
.1 11'1: ". \ -v ,o. J get reward .T.-C. j'raser. 43-ltp atte'M'oa' toereey d"'atl ....lJ.:
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