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,,1 letter we desire to ask''your' careful Pat the hearing; three,for closing the.ave ,
CITIZENS WILL TAKE considth'ation of the subject matter Council Stands on I nue; two, against, v CITY BUYS :SITE
contained herein and to ask you
Streets Held In Trust By the Council ,

CASE T0 THE COURTS favor Respectfully us with'a submitted prompt reply.: Its ..Decision To 'CloseDarlington For the People* : FOR CITY HALL
; T. M. MURPHY 'I I In March, 1907, P, A.; Vans; Agnew,
B. C. MILLER, I then City Attorney and whose firm II I
< J. H.'REESE, AvenueDESPITE is counsel for, the city at present i I

LETTER SENT TO ,RAILROAD CO. Copy to: / Committee. j ly rendered covers an the opinion points which'that have.practlcal-been II: Will BE USED' FOR POUND

Sparkman & Carter Tampa, Fla PROTEST CITIZENS AND OPINIONOF raised by the action of Council to I II I !
Mike Crown Div. Supt A. C. L., I close Darlington avenue. Attorney

S/JPERINTENDENT"REQUESTED/ J. M. Hansell, Pres. City Council. "____It is decided by a preponderance I FOR FUTURE BY PURCHAS .
JO WITHDRAW PROPOSITION Kissimmee, Fla. MEMBERS REMAIN UNCHANGED of authority that the public I I ,
McafluptnAkk-h streets of a municipality are held in ING LOT FRONTING ON \
SUBMITTED TO COUNCILIN -- trust by the municipality for the public EMMETT STREET. ,

ORDER THAT LITK I The fight of the citizens of Kissim ed to hear the presentation of the after they have once been dedlca'1

GATION BE SAVED.At fiVE APPLICANTS mee against the combined desire oft protest of the citizens, and when At- ed for public use, and that 1 -'
the} City Council and the Atlantic I torney Johnson had finished his speech of the municipality as trustees cannot Negotiations have been completed

,. WERE EXAMINED( Coast Line railroad to close Darlington in their behalf he 'Was warmly ap be tion defeated no matter by how the long statute the of period limita-of for the purchase by the City of a lot
avenue on. plauded. fronting on Emmett street, whichis '
the conclusion of his argument occupancy may have run. _____It Is
This was evident at the meeting of City Attorney P. A. Vans Agnew intended to be the sit* for the erection
before the City Council Tuesday evening my opinion therefore upon a careful
the Council Tuesday evening when a followed Attorney Johnson in of a city hall 'whenever convenient -
in which he voiced the protest of RURAL ROUTE NO. 1 WILL BE committee of citizens headed by J. M. sentation of his view of the question a pre-: examination into the numerous questions to erect such a building. .'
the citizens against the closing of Willson, Jr., and represented by At- The raised by this dispute that tile, The lot is owned by Hub Fleming,
ESTABLISHED ABOUT"NOVEMBER City Attorney said that it was title of .
of the the town to the 40 foot '
Darlington avenue for the use lIt.rlpI .
Andrew-Johnson appeared before and hehas it'
torney doubtful if Council had the authorityto be agreed to sell to the '
railroad company Attorney Andrew 1. Council in protest the I cannot successfully contested and city for 1200. It fronts 60 feet
against close on
the street; that he had:( been Mr. Thurman
the would be
Johnson served notice on Council taking a seri
contemplated action of Council" to called Emmett street and has a depth of
that the. would be taken into the upon to an opinion on ous risk in improving same. ..._ In
fight close the avenue from Halaey streetto the question previously in the I 147 H feet, and is located to the rear
courseof the view of
if that became the posibility of an "'
courts necessary. I examination the lake. ; of the Osceola Hardware Co.'s store.
The civil service his service
In view of the adverse decision of addressed as City Attorney, settlement of the dispute by the
Mr. Willson Council For the and for
present time
necessary to be taken by applicants and that his opinion was on record to/ transfer of the Mr. some
and to
Council in the face of argument the of briefly on the subject and presented strip Thurman in the future the lot will be used as
for appointment to position that effect. He stated that he wall it is advisable
the stand taken by the City Attorney, to add that it is beyond
rural mail carrier was conducted at three petitions protesting against the there to advise Council .as to the'lsjw I the a pound to confine estray cattle and
the citizens who are protesting power of the town as trustee < closing of the avenue. One petitionwas for storing the stock
school Saturdayby rolling belonging
the public building and not as to policy. lie cited authority of
against jt the Council's action addressed passed unanimously by the Hart public property to convey the to the municipality. A shed will be
W. L. Poulk, of the Kissimmee for the action in Section-WZ3 of to Mr. Thurman
a letter to Supt. Morton Riddle oft Chapter of the American Woman'sLeague strip such a convey- erected on the lot for the of
postofTice. the Revised Statutes, as to the rightsof would be void." purpose: -
that ance
the Atlantic Coast Line, asking
\< Five applicants took the required another was passed unani- the municipality in regard to parks sheltering the fie-truckstreet t-: r
{, his company withdraw the propositien examination, being S. T. Fansler, Otto mously by the Village\ Improvement and streets, which sets forth the rightof sweeper and street working. 'appa
/ submitted to the city and thus Society and the third was signed by ratus and tools. '
Ploetz, W. G: Campbell, Daniel Kelly the Council to "discontinue any
,4. save the cost of the litigation which this and G. W. Lorenz. The route coversa seventeen leadin gcitizens and property public park, street, avenue, alley, highway FAVORITES RETURN It is probable that objection will
'will follow unless he accedes to
"x of the be interposed the
territory which will require about owners or any other way. use of ,the lot
-e request. 26 miles of travel daily to be coveredby Mr. Willson stated in his opening remarks Attorney Johnson replied that the TO PASTIME THEATER for impounding'cattle.- The Job is AdJacent -"
1 1" of t.heletter sent to Supt.
copy that the citizens wished to en- to the residence which is
the carrier; the position pays Supreme Court had pased upon the occupied
S Riddle was mailed, one to each, to ter their in the friendliest I I by S. Edmund
$1,100 a year and the carrier Is re- protest J question since the passage of that I II Swabey who.
&. Mike Crown Division Superintendent, quired to furnish his own team manner; he was of the opinion that 1'I art of 1905; thedecision dating in I has but recently won an injuiiitlonagainst
Counsel; & Carter, Division Council had taken the initial steps to !; 1908. Attorney Vans Agnew said he i MADDOCK-FIELD COMPANY IS the city authorities. It has

Tampa; J. M. Hansell close the avenue under the misapprehension -, was not aware that the Supreme HERE: FOR THREE DAYS also been suggested that the construction .
president of Council, Kissimmee. A. CANDIDATE EORGOVERNOR that the citizens of Kissim- Court had passed on the validity of of NB shed within the fire limits
copy of the letter follows\ : mee would approve such action. It : the act. lie advised Council that it THIS WEEK. is not permissible.

Kissimmee, Fla. Oct., 10, 1912.\ had developed upon discussion of the had the authority to act in closing Mr. Swabey stated last night that
Morton Riddle Esq., HERE subject, however, that there was a de l the street, but he qualified the advice I' the location 6f the pound in front of ''f '

Supt. Atlantic Coast Line cided sentiment against closing the i i l hy saying\ that he doubted the right The popular comedy company which, lie said he JL a uJL1,t the Kt.6shieTsidence ---- -
Jacksonville, Fla. ---+-- street in question, and that the right of Council to tak-'LJl.Wh..acl.ioA: ;_iu aitM d-K sstrnnieB thlrlTig the sum was without question a "

Dear Sir: On the evening of the firstday.. of the -current month the i HEPl'BLIC.VN. not authorized by law. lie expressedthe I cil's authority in the premises. The engagement' last evening at the Pas- Board that should not be tolerated.
City Council of Kijsimmee passed a'' SHORT TIME IN KISSIMMEEWEDNESDAY. : belief that the members of Council I i City Attorney said that he had talked I II time. < of Health would take action i

resolution authorizing the Mayor and upon further consideration of the I| with Morton Riddle, superintendent of. The Maddock-Field Co., is a well the" attention of the Board. He said
CJty/ Clerk to sign an agreement on I question would see their mistake in the-Coast Line in Jacksonville only a balanced organization of actors and I the ladies of the Village Improvement

behalf of the City, which said agreement having approved! the proposition made il few days ago, and Mr. Riddle had expressed their performance proved a pleasing I Society wore aroused over the location -
was presented to the Council by by the Atlantic Coast Line, and would the same doubt. The City Attorney diversion for a large audience. Nor of the pound, and he felt fairly.
,your company and provided that the Hon. W. R. O'Neal, candidatefforGovernor refuse to go further with it. added that it looked like a good man Field and Happy Jack are still certain that Council would not be allowed .'
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- on the regular Republicanticket Col. Andy in the Breach. I opportunity for the city to get a with the company and the other mem- to use the lot fo rthat purpose f
pany would build a wharf at the foot accompanied by lion. Henry Attorney Johnson then addressed wharf built for nothing, for if the bers are well up to their parts and without any interference from him.
.if Ruby avenue in the City of Kissim W. Bishop, candidate for Attorney- Council in behalf of his clients, the Council had no right to close:' the sustained their share of the interest Chairman Lee of the Finance Com +
mee if the City Council of Kissimmee General, spent a short time in Kis- citizens. He Raid that it was usual street that the city would be handingthe throughout the play. mittee says he regards the purchase 't
would close Darlington avenue in said simmee Wednesday on their held way and to for deliberative bodies acting in the I railroad a "lemon" or selling the The repertoire for the present engagement of the. lot a good investment for the

Clly to the public from Halsey street St. Cloud, where candidates rally was delivered capacity of delegates for the peopleto railroad a "gold-brick," and if this which will continue city.
of the
r:J to the waters of Lake Tohopekaliga. where both be guided by the wishes ,of the peo- was the situation he could see no through Saturday evening includes

... .When tt< became known that theCity' addresses.Mr.. is at Or- ple and with regard to and respectfor I great harm in the city profiting by the "The Gray Lady," "A Father's Sacrifice CLARK
Council had 'taken the action postmaster from Eus- the laws restricting the scope: of trade. ," "Is Marnage a Failure and AND PHILLIPSTO

above referred to there was a lando. Mr. Bishop failed comes to learn what such delegated authority. It was Voice From the Audience. "Montana." The prices are 25 cents, .,
tis. The Gazette
meeting of citizens, the personnel of plainly contrary to the wish of the 85 cents and 60-cents. SPEAK HERE
the Federal office he holds. "Should we rob that
those composing meeting being people that Darlington avenue be poocorpora
I, representative of the business community closed, he said, and furthermore a tion in such a mannel' ?" inquired a
in their individual capacities. search of the authorities had failed voice from the audience, which came

The purpose of this meeting was to LOCAL CONTRACTORS to discover that the Council had one from the direction of Major T. M.Murphy's UPPER BROADWAY BULL MOOSE SPEAKERS( TO BE_ ..,
discuss the action of the City Council scintilla: of authority in law to closea seat. The City Attorney IN KISSIMMEE ON OCTOBER
and to ascertain by consultation with street. He read the statutes which turned but did not reply whereuponthe

aa attorney if the action taken was WERE BARRED OUT provided that a city Council might voice continued, "I don't think the CHANGING FRONT NINETEENTH 1

authorized by law and if not to make improve and cause obstructions to be people" of Kissimmee would be a partyto .;; ..,
protest against the proposed closing removed from a street but there was it. 3 s! *( t
of Darlington avenue. no legal authority to close or vacate "I don't want to hand the railroad Chairman Roma Thomas';, of thei-"',

';:.An attorney was employed to investigate MUCH k street There was absolutely no way company any lemon".asserted ,Attor. BIG'IMP'AOVENTS' MAKINSONAPPLIES Osceola County Democratic ; Execu.
the legal phase of the prop- DEPOSIT REQUIRED TOO in which the Council, could have such ney Johnson. "If we hand the railroad . tive Committee has received a letter i'\

osition before any action was taken. authority except by the enactment of company a lemon yoii maybe from Chairman Frank i. Fearnslde.of ,
After receiving a studiously consider -'":-- a special law, and such a law wouldbe sure that they will\ make us squeeze r----- the State Committee stating that v" -

ed opinion rendered by their attorney COUNCIL TOOK ACTION TO REDUCE unconstitutional.. He read from that lemon," which sally was greeted TO COUNCIL FOR PER : Hons. Frank Clark and Herbert S.:
these citizens prepared to make for that section of the constitution which with l laughter and applause. Phillips will speak in Kissimmee on
mal protest to the City Council AMOUNT OF CERTIFIED provides that no special act shall be MISSION TO PAVE SPROUL October 16-Tuesday of next week.
Councilmen Declare Themselves.Upon '
against the proposed action. This CHECK REQUIRED FROM passed by the Legislature regarding AVE., FROM BROADWAY TO 'I The local committee has 'arrangedthat
protest, signed by numerous citizens certain subjects and among them is the conclusion of the argument the speaking at Kissimmee shall 1
and taxpayers, was presented to the BIDDERS ON PAVING. the closing of roads. In order to ob- Councilman Dann moved that COAST LINE STATION. be in the evening at 7:30 o'clock; the
I." 1 City Council at a meeting held by that tain authority for closing a street it the petitions that had been presentedwith I speakers will lbe taken to St. Cloud ,

) body Tuesday evening, October 8. would be necessary to have a generallaw the request that they go into I for a afternoon held thereat J
w' Along with this protest from the tax There were only two bids submitted enacted, and :Attorney Johnson the records of Council, be entered Upper Broadway is changing front; I 2:30 of the of Tuesday.

slayers; -and citizens, there was presented !. OB the sidewalk work which the city gave it as his opinion that it would be upon the record as requested.! This physically, not spiritually be it Speakes of the v Bull Moose party
at the same time a protest l is to let by contract, and Council took next to impossible to put such a motion passed without dissent, and known, and for the better appear- are to appear in Kissimmee Saturday
from the local Chapter of the American action Tuesday night to readvertisefor measure through the Legislature.In I Mr. Dann made a statement in regard ance of the whole town. October 19.BAPTI93s.

'Woman's League, and.also a protest bids and reduce the certified the course of his argument At- I to his attitude on the question This portion of the town is the .
from the Village Improvement check required for deposit when bids torney Johnson quoted from several .I at issue. He said that he had been in entrance from the part of the
{:Society. These protests were pre- are submitted. dcisions of the Supreme Court sus- favor of deferring action on the prop- State to Kissimmee upper it is the first HELDBUSINESS '
,'ts nt d by our chairman, Mr. J. M. The amount originally fixed f.r taining his contention that the Coun- osition at the previous meeting, but I the'place viewed; partof incoming
Willnon\ Jr., who was followed in a such certified check was $1,500, about cil had no right to reliqulsh controlof had failed to secure support in this I from the North passengers and last- SESSION
legal presentation of the protest by ten per cent of the amount of side- its streets, and no right whateverto attitude; he said he did not under glimpse taken by those .
,Andrew Johnson, Esq., on behalf of walk work to be done. This is said close a street. stand the proposition as thoroughlyas 'past from the South. It proceeding is hence
the protesting this to be a much higher percentage of the "We do not charge," said Col.! John- he wanted to, and would not favor
concluder psychologically important that this
,afiniment had been the amount of the contract than is usually son, "that you, like the sixteen alder- I closing the street if it appeared that section of the city should be AUXILIARY SOCIETIES REPORT
embers of the City Council made required on such work. men of Detroit, have been paid bya the people were not in favor of it. improvedand FOR THE QUARTER'S
satisfactorily that the
I *ktmwn their attitude In regard to the The fact that only two bids were corporation to give away one of I Councilman Lee said tbat. he under improvement has been significant undertaken ACTIVITIES.
.question at issue, with the result thata submitted and not a single one froma 1 the streets in the center of the town stood the question and didn't need anymore one of Kissimmee's foremost and by
majority of the City Council, name home contractor led the members of but I do say that if you are going to time in which to consider it; most o
merchants W.
enterprising B.
Jy, the Honorable J. M. Hansell,.John Council to go into a reconsideration do such a thing you ought to be paid I that he was of the belief that the inson. Mak- A business session was held at the >;
M. Lee and H. M. Breaker, signified of the matter, with the result that the and well at that." trade proposed was a good one for church last
their determination to proceed with amount of the certified check was reduced That the closing of the street was the city and until he.heard something Mr. Makinson appeared before of the church societies evening at and whichall the
the closing of Darlington avenue in to $500 and a resolution adopted undesirable from every point of view further than had been said that he Council Tuesday evening and proposedto
made for the three
accordance with their original inten- to readvertise.The was shown by Attorney Johnson. would remain of that opinion.Mr. pave Sproul avenue from 'Broadway pastor months' report past
\' activities.
bids submitted from At- "For he said "froma to the Atlantic Coast Lire station
came every reason, Lee said that the city was oodthe Reports were received from the
tipn.The purpose of this letter is to ac- lanta and DeLand. They were ordered point of picturesqueness to that of financially unable to build a dock and provided the city would make Ladies' Missionary Society the
with the facts in the matter returned to the bidders business consid- expenditure. The propositionwas ; Busy
q.a1y you unopened plain common sense the need Cf) a dock was known to all. Bees; the Sunday school the treas '
and to make a request i iI with the information that bids wouldbe 'erationa it would be a mistake anda He had gone up and down the streets referred''to the City Attorney, On ;
urer. Monday the ladies of the
citizens in received under the revised order close that The and if there are no legal obstacles the
The protest are to street.
I great one of Kissimmee for a year, he said, talk- church organized the Ladies' Aid Society
pared and determined to carry pre-I and be opened Tuesday evening, October attorney drew a comparison of the' ing about the proposed dock, and had work will proceed. with 37 members officered -
to successful 15. that Jacksonville 1 The improvement of this street is as
irotest advantages Tampa anf never heard any objection to the prop- follow.: Mrs. F. F. Cummings
Wiich in the course of legal pro- Mr. Webster, the DeLand bidder, \ wholesale houses would have osition. Mr. Lee said he had pone to merely incidental, however, to the Mrs. Laura Fisher vice, president
cedure will be to secure permanent made a statement to Council in whichhe I over the local wholesale merchantby Arthur E. Donegan and to C. A. Car- building that Mr. Makinson has start- ; Mrs. Roma ,Thomas, president -
injunction against tha closing of the said that he had traveled from Boston being able to deliver their shipments ,''son and consulted them and they ed on his property in that vicinity. The Miss; Adele Graham treasurer.secretary;
street in question. In the opinion of a distance of 1500 miles, to be to the end of the wharf at the thought it would be a good thing for building which stands next to the ,
there be no doubt when the Council had adver without extra whereas Makinson hardware store and whichwas I
our counsel can present shipside charge, the town to agree to the terms imposed -
concerning the view of the courts; the tised that bids would be opened. He the- local merchant would have to by the railroad company and used formerly as a garage is to O'BERRY SHIPS LOT
City Attorney, Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew, didn't think it exactly fair to post- pay drayage to and from the shipside. ;,I; get a wharf. Mr. Lee explained that have another story,. the amplificationof
is on record with an opinion in a case pone action. He had with him and ex- lie dwelt also upon the disadvantages '' the reason why he went to Messrs. the store being to provide room for
involving the identical pr nciple, con- hibited to Council a sample of his of having the street closed in the Donegan and Carson was because they farm tools, irrigation outfits and sup OF fiNE EGGPLANT
curring with the view of our own sidewalk work. lie had ilnne some event the future developed a plan for 1 were the nominal proprietors of the plies and other stock of kindred
" r counsel. We take it that the attorneysof work in Kissimmee which he asked the beautification of the lake front. property abutting on the street character which will\ be kept in a new

1- the Atlantic Coast Line railroad the members of. Council, to inspect. I Such a thing would be impossible for which was to be closed. department recently added to the Egg plant or montrosity-which?
company are fully as well advised of i the railroad would then hold posses Councilman Gilbert said that he Makinson business. To the rear of That question suggested itself
the illegality of such a proceeding as sion of the best part of the lake frontin I this store and connected with it by looking upon
was there to out the will of the at a sample of the eggplant .
that proposed. . . . .. .. . . .j the city. Attorney Johnson con- carry an area-bridgeway another building
I people and when the time thatcouldn't shipped by J. F. O'Berry Thursday.
''f Under these conditions, we believeto 4 cluded by saying that the people did lie do that he came is being erected, the second floor of They were so large that it
was -
that 4 CAUSE FOR PRIDE I was ready to which will\ be used possible
be warranted in requesting not purpose to submit to imposition as offices This
step down and out. He in to pack but twelve of them to
which fr SAYS NEW YORKER. Coast Line was not building front the railroad
withdraw the agreement from the Atlantic railway. station the
you crate such the
favor of closing the street if the ; was packof
; your company presented to the City 4 The switch yards should be moved out it. peo- and the handsome front will be a four crates of the averag forty-seven
\ Council of Kfs mmee. for the rea on'Wt + Jamaica, N. Y.. Oct. 7, 1912 of town as they had been required by ple were opposed to pleasing' improvement to the appear shipped the others smaller.
. .'"- It will be of no profit to your 4 Editor Gazette: I thorough- other cities to do. In conclusion the Councilman Breaker expressed his ance of that street from the' station. Mr. ; were the
\ company to pursue the matter furl ly enjoy reading your paper representative of the citizens served views upon the call of Councilman The old opera house, occupied by the Gazette O'Be"7.preaented with two of them'Valley which "
l .than and that by taking this course 4 each week and want to congratulate notice on the Council that this was Lee. He agreed with Councilman Kissimmee Furniture Co., is to measured 25 and 26 inches respectively -

your' company and the citizens; of Kis- 0 you on the upto4 but an "opening wedge;" that the Lee. torn down and the stock will be the long round and 21 and 22 '
: i willnbe saved the trouble and 0 date style in which it is pub- 4 citizens were going to take steps to Councilman Lee called on President housed in another handsome stone inches the flat way were of the .
' ,a, nM ef litigation which promises 4 llshed. Our local papers 0 have the yards moved and to have the Hansell for his views and President structure which Mr. Makinson will Black Beauty "a1Tbel and New York Purple '

I m- bat'a reaffirmation of a point 0 have nothing on your pilblica- 4 crossing at Darlington avenue kept Hansell agreed with Councilman Lee. build.; varieties.Mr. .

" 'ponvwhieh the Supreme Court. has 4 tion. Kissimmee should be 0 dear of obstructions placed there by President Hansell asked Mayor The various improvements will have O'Berry has 'seven acres la ,. '"
I, ,repeatedly spoken the correctness of 0 proud of the paper. 0 the railroad company.Received Bryan who was present, if he had the effect of working a revolutionary eggplant, and has just begun to ship.. );

I b lchir recognized by all lawyer and 4 W. B. ASHMEAD. 0 With Applause. I anything to say. "Not a w.rd," responded change in the scene that now greets H. Is one of Oaeeola's most success* ',M ,
:,. .jJlghtened people. 0 0 The Council chamber has seldom the Mayor. the eye upon approaching the town fal truek. farmeR and has madeia"; '
oeingthia, somewhat lengthy: 00000000004440444 held such a large audience,as gather ,, Thus the matter stood at the end of from the;North.p specialty of eggplant' "' ..._ ..J't' '

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e y!, town of St. Cloud provided. the town, Tested and Proved :'Gwd

CITY PARK AND PLAY- authorities woul4 do a certain other RENEWED .SUBSI10
of the work*waa compromisedat
Freshness M well M high grade quality.
from St
of acommittee
the behest
/ GROUND ARE FAVORED Cloud headed by CapU L. D. Frost, 'COUNT.YNEWSPAPERS Call for what you want in the .

A. S. GILBERT ., .. which appeared .before: the. Commissioners .GROCERY
.' Monday.: ? ,..--
.. . ,, A. agreed.accept .
The people{ -of-St, 'Cloud to

i .. STREET ., .. in lieu of the('work which was COMMISSION MAKES CONTRACT
-- -4-=-MAID. > -- -' PINGREE TALKS', TO THEY,,I I. S.SECIETARY' promised, but which1 has never been::1
the of $700to LINE'i
finished, 'to accept sum
: Carries as 1 large and well assorted: stock of be paid when'the' taxes are collected C

"" November 1. 'I

* i"I ,the tax books from the Tax 1 'MOST EFFECTIVE MEANSOF
HAVE BEEN Assessor at the Monday meeting and
WORKED IN THAT turned the name over'to the Tax Collector PUBLICITY.:

1" : r. ...I', SHOES, HATSand I CIIY. for the_u _,collection of_taxes.SPEAKING ,j I

Renewing the subscriptions to the
Covering the subject of civic improvement DATES for general distri-
Articles county (
Useful Household newspapers
i in and .
a general way specializing bution the County Commissioners .
on the need of a city park CAMPAIGNSTATE testified this act their t' ( :;
I FOR DEMO. have again by -
and sells themCHEAPERTHAN and playgrounds for the school chil- ..L. ff'fl/t>-
as can be found in the city, belief ,in the benefits of this means of ..
dren in Kissimmee, W. H. Pingree, advertising'" the county's advantages.This .
secretary of the Central Civic Club, contract which was made DIBBLE & SON
of Jacksonville, addressed the Improvement Gazette
originally with the Valley
Society and local chapter ITINERARY WHICH WILL BE
several ban been expandedto --- -- --
ANY'OT.HER HOUSE American Women's League here FOLLOWED BY TilE include years the ago Osceola Journal and
t .
i Tuesday afternoon.The SELECT SPEAKERS. the St. Cloud Tribune, the distribution -
members of the two societies being 800 subscriptions to theValley DR. WM. HARPEROSTEOPATH 'J-'
in force and Mr. Pin-
were out gave each to the
'" Gazette and 200
gree an attentive and interested audi- Chairman Frank J J. Fearnside has other \,

I -I ence. The speaker stated at the outset furnished the Valley Gazette with the The papers.contract which was renewed at ::=:... _.---- --:
I that he had inspected the city in following Itinerary as made up by Tuesday's meeting runs only until the
I the forenoon and was surprised to the State Democratic Executvie Com- when STECIALIST IN
the new
first of coming a
( find evidences of such a five civic mittee to be followed by a number of Commissioners year will 'enter CHRONIC DISEASES
board of
+ spirit here; he was of the opinion that speakers selected by the committee to will be-
BUZZA& SON office and a new official year
S. S. Kissimmee was in advance of many cover the State before the election in CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION...... FREE
of size in this gin.The
towns greater important : Valley Gazette is receiving frequent -
phase of progress. lie was impressed Pensacola Monday, October 7th. testimonials to KISSIMMEE. FLA. .
almost daily,--
Cement and Concrete with the extent 'of paved Milton, Tuesday, October 8th. the good that the distribution of this TUESOAYS. THUaSD YS.sA'ruRoA YS
Streets and sidewalks, with the appearance DeFuniak Springs, Wednesday, Oc- the OFFICE. CENTRAL MOTEL
T I has done through enterprising -
Work of all Kinds of the parkways and the tober 9th. i paper spirit of the County Commissioner -
school building, court house and Bonifay, Thursday 'October 10th.
for the advantages
in making it possible -
t grounds. After the October IHh.Gracevihe .
considering Chipley Friday, of this section to be made
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY things most needed in Kissimmeein Saturday, October 12th. known through the regular visits of
the way of public improvementhe Blountstown, Monday October 14. .
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Mabbette Street the to a list of readers covering
J, Residence Phone 58*' Ave. had concluded them to be a city Bristol, Monday, October 14. practically paper every State in the Union. ...ra. t. .. ...11a >k
Office Phone 132 near Dillingham park and better play grounds for the Apalachicola Tuesday, October 15. Letters of this kind have been published r
l children. Quincy, Wednesday, October 16th. time M. TILLER
from time to and as they .
i A goodly portion of Mr. Pingree'stalk Crawfordsville Thursday, October the expressions of

--- -- - - was taken up in telling how the 17th. I the are good that spontaneous the is doing there \
paper Real Estate t tt
Fairfield Civic Club of Jacksonville, Tallahassee Friday, October 18th. is no testimonial that could be better. :

M I Ia iiimnmii inn u organized of which he and is the what president the club had had been ac- Madison Monticello, Monday Saturday, October October 21st.19th. ................................. ..

complished. The great work done by Live Oak, Tuesday October 22nd. t Realty bought and sold. I It
that club had been done through or- Mayo Wednesday October 23rd. DONEGAN PRESIDENT Houses
h 'C\ ganization and systematic effort rather Perry, Thursday, October 24th. J rented. .
than through the raising and expenditure Jasper J Friday, October 25th. OF HAINES CITY BANK Taxes paid and Titles verified .
KISSIMMEESALES of money. Their club hasa Lake City, Saturday, October 2<>th. for non-residents.' .
f I membership of 87 and the dues are Macclenny Monday October 28th. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. .
one dollar a year. From time to time 'Fernandina Tuesday October 29th. ..
w entertainments had been given to Jacksonville Wednesday October .: ; HEAPS
I 1 raise- fund-for specific purposes but SOth. I Indemnity Bonds. '_ t.
the real work of the had been Green Cove Oc NEW: HA.NkTNCJ; KNTKKPKISK: .
body Springs Thursday/ trf .'w'ww..... w.......
STABLES accomplished by committees in wait tober :tlst. IN \NOTIIKK( 'TOWN..I. : ;.
I ing on the authorities in getting parks Key West, Monday and lights and free motion picturesand Miami, Monday, Oct. Nth.
tl other forms of entertainment in" West !Palm Beach, Wednesday t Ire i I
the open air for the children. tuber !IHh. ,, .1. T. Miller, vice president; C. C Bring that baby to
-lifi! !fi- I At the conclusion of his address, Fort !Pierce, Thursday, October 10. I Young, cashier. and j I.. W. Smith director WILDER'S STUDIOand J
I : Mr. Pingree was given a rising vote Titusville, Friday, tktohh, 11th. j of the State' Bank of Haines

I have purchased the above business o I' of thanks. Uel.and, Saturday, October 12th. I City, were in Kissimmee Tuesday to see what a pretty photographyou
; o. Sanford, Monday, October 14th. | confer with Aithur E. Donegan, can get of ft. < Hours from
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} I' and am prepared to sell some of the finest o Orlando Monday, October 14th. j I J president of that newly organized in- 8 a. m.. to 4 p. m. ..

i1I . horses and mules ever brought to this market. Kissimmee, Tuesday, October loth.; stitution. ..0..0.. .. '.
: NEW NAME SOUGHT Hartow, Wednesday, October Kith. The State Bank of Haines City will
{ At present I have on hand about thirty splendid j lakeland, Wednesday, October Iti. t receive its charter October 15, and ...

horses, some of which weigh 1600 Ibs., fOR V. I. Arcadia, Thursday, October lith. I IFOI.t j will be ready for business about the
SOCIETY I Meyers\ Friday, October 18th. first of the year. The bank is to begin -
:. which I will sell at extremely low prices.
St. Petersburg, Saturday October operations with a capital of $15- If with to bug
-- you a.
I I 19th. 000 and surplus of $2,000. .

} : "VILLAGE"; ; PART OF THE NAME I Tampa, Monday, October :21st.! The corporation will open for busi-
uptadate; I liradentown, Tuesday, October :22.!:! ness in its own building, which is now
r : HAS BEEN OUTGROWN. Palmetto, Tuesday, October :! under construction. It will be a two- AutomobileOr

vehicle being the best. : SUGGESTIONS OPEN. I Manatee Tuesday October 22nd.I! story structure, the upper story to be
I Dade City, Wednesday October 23. used by various fraternal" organizations. -

Hrooksville, Thursday, October 24. . bare yoor autoaebile.
Inverness Friday, October 25th. -
WANTED-A name; must be a good Ocala, October 26th. Adr.rti.t.g !. t.. K....__.. a.rett..lw.r..rt.a. .-
Saturday, .. .. I
Hauling:711 name well recommended for use bya r* lt
.i : growing and useful civic Hushnell Monday October 28th.
.t Heavy be a Specialty : composed of ladies. Hronson Tuesday, October 29th. Repaired

.. !The. Village Improvement Society Gainesville, Wednesday, October 30.
.. Starke, Thursday, October 31st.
,:. '.2 has outgrown its name. .The If wants
memo you
'\'. t'":'':'''' I -Yifi---! : bers Of the society and their friends Palatka' Friday, November 1st. GotoGRIFFIN'S

'.. .7', .. '?' ;.', ...." ,. have been objecting for some timeto St.. Augustine, Saturday, Novembet2nd. BARGAIN ,In an
,. ...' ;,I> '. the use of the word 'village" in -

' <"-J. W. MILLER Proprietor referring"Kissimmee to the is no society.longer a village." An 'Appesl-From the County' Jail. GRANGE (GROVE

To Our Christian Friends:
: said one member "and the of
name We desire to have them come and i i or land to grow GARAGE
our society is a misnomer; we '
sing and pray and preach the word ,
longer a village improvement society.We through the living God to us, for the | Oranges and /
want and
a more dignified name
benefit of our souls. We would like j
mmmimimmi ? one that will'better express the Im-
to- hear the sweet hymns of Zion and I
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portance and the mission of the or Grapefruit-- ,
the prayers of the righteous while weare I
- "- ganization. in prison, so we Invite all, in ;
i you \
n The Village Improvement Society Lhe nuroe of the Lord. i BUCKLES Get the HabitSMOKE
have )been balked the effort -
never yet In
0..1. JOHNSON, (white), County i
to get anything that the society Jail. !,
really wanted so they are hound to Boone's
have a new name. Formal action StraightMade
TURPENTINE BUSINESS was taken Tuesday afternoon. Whatever -

t )) - I is necessary in the way of in Kissimmee
-- amending the organic articles -of the
/ Come
y sofh-ty"\ will be done, and the membersare FREECIRCUS tothe FREECIRCUS The.Cifar with the Real Taste

t FOR SALE open to suggestions. These suggestions Box trade solicited

will considered at the I Circus Look fer Union Label.
next meeting, and a proper name. will
be chosen.
.. OCTOBER 14th and 21st
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15,000 Acres Land and Timber in fee simple I Ticket'good for two daysAs

3,000 Acres Round Timber, LIBRARY TO BE TICKETSOn TICKETSWe Sprigg Fleming1.
an especial inducement< for you
. One Year Boxes
70,000 ,
to visit our store see our Fall Stock< ,
t ,1 140,000 Two Year Boxes, OPEN THREE DAYS purchasesof and our Metropolitan Store we make CLEANING
the liberal offers as shown in the margin pay your PRESSING
/ 85,000 Three Year Boxes
.. $10.00up I of this ad. Those )purchasing< "d.
24,000 Four Year Boxes, $25.00( ( or more have the option of fare to Tampaand DYEING '
40,000 Fire Year Boxes. .
We want you to see our line of r ,
WILL ACT AS T1IK return _
will refund HART SHAFFNER & MARX ,
50 Shanties
I.IKKAKIAN. word at my house and clothes
+ FALL STYLESThe will be cHied lor and returned.
4 Dwelling you the priceof on purchases
Better Kind of Clothes for Men : '
t 1 25-Bbl. Still and Fixtures 'nGIIVYSTONE
..' The public library will be open your also> of $25 or over I Satisfaction Guaranteed
1 Pump and Boiler three afternoon of each week instead CIRCUSTICKET OUR FAMOUS-WB- CLOTHES I

1 Cooper Shop and Tools of Saturday afternoon only, as has
FOR BOYS at our store
been the caRe for several months.
t 8 Moles The V. I. S. will make arrangementsto TBILOR SHOP
.. 3 Hones keep the Chapter House of the A. Everything"Good to Wear" for Men and Boys

L. between the hours of 3
I 3 Wagons and Harness and 6 the afternoons of Monday, Wed- LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS
OCT. 14 15 OCT. 14 15
3 Saddles and Bridles nesday and Saturday of each week Made to Order
hereafter, and members of the society
I 2 Commissaries and Stock of Goods will take turns at playing the part of OCT. 21, 22 810 FRANKLIN STREET 'OCT. 21, 22 also

;' 2 Telephones and Five Miles of Wire. librarian. .
Since the books were moved to the /Y 7t I Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done
. ..
Chapter House Miss Louise Thomason -- - -- -

Good location on the main line of the A. C. L. hast acted as librarian. Under the IH I I I 11 I I I I III II I I IIII I I SOUR I I 11* 11 I I II I I I II I I I II III I I II I .

:'%r i R. R. He.lthylocatioa and a food place to keep new plan there will be a routine of
acting librarians and the work will
v p plenty of laborers; plenty of labor now on the. i ir be thus divided. _, ,' FALL CATALOG Metal Shingles

r l' place. 18 NOW READY .

'" ti"W. offer this business for the next ninety days SEND FOR YOUR COPY : $.'1. 50 and up.

4h: I... for $10.00 per acre, including' everything it this ST. CLOUD ROAD : TIN AND IRON ROOfiNG.

.'. ,t,. '1"07I ..:" schdale.f MATTER, SETTLED : lMaas 'Brothers rf PLUMBING SUPPLIES

I .. Write me before placing
( I your order.
l' : eJho/PinJCenterof S o u fh 7/or ..
M. BREAKER & CO. igi K. R.
r ( ': H. The contract entered into by the LAU
I : County Commissioners some months 1626 Franklin

tt ; ago wherein' it was agreed on the part Tampa'-Florida' TAMPA Street '
; of the Commissioners to do certain FLORIDAI. s,
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Although there have been various +1'F4, + .
holdings of this law by"Judges in FOR UPPER 'PARKS .
BUILD BIG DITCH other Circuits, yet the fact remains '
; I that the Immature Citrus Fruit Law .
has been declared tc be .good--and D EF> .i
'tars.; ,!: sound in 'this Circuit by His Honor, WATER IS NEEDED .FOR' BRING. A.. OS/TOR'S/ . .
W. H. Price at'the Fall Term of St. ING OUT' THE GRASS ,
TO BEAR ITS SHARE OF COST Lucie Circuit, .he having ,.presided at IN .-- ; ,
,- this Term. SOME SECTIONS. r.
J( -
--Hence tide law is the law of the .. : !
I Seventh'Judicial Circuit of Florida, n -, ; REQUIREMENTS I
WORK_ ,ON THE CONSTRUCTION,. and it will active operation The, Village Improvement Society : .
OP CANAL FROM NORTHWEST i until' it is repealed by the Legislature took- vote Tuesday afternoon to ask ,. .,' ,
or is reversed by the Supreme the.water' committee of Council for I e
; ,END OF TOW 1VILL .1'I Courts Therefore of the State. without I the privilege of tapping the main on '\ .,- -- An udiridul desiring toe service of a banking Lutitation s
a ltis.nty. duty upper"Broadwayfor watering the .
choice, to sustain the' law supported grass in the parkways in that'end of ,generally exact at least three requirement: '
, ]I by a decision of a Judge.In, this Circuit the street. .. .. ,,
it is the statute '
as long as on The is making splendid headway
grass -
" County Commissioners voted ,i I book, and however, .it' may pain me on the park centers in the lower First-- SECURITY AND PROTECTION FOR... DEPOSITS ,
{Monday to help the city pay the cost !I to prosecute a friend yet if occasion section of the street, but it is back- ,
of cutting the drainage canal, which !1, arises, I shall do so to the best of my ward in the upper section for the Second--.RETURNS ON FUNDS DEPOSITED .
i. to- be cutfrom a point in Section' i I I1C I ability and to the clearest conception I double reason that the centers haves: :
in the norhtwest part of the cityto of my duty. I not been made for so long a time and Third THE SCOPE OF GENERAL BANKING ,FACILITIESAfter I ,
a point beyond the city limits to I trust, however, there will be no there Is no provision for sprinklingthe '. ,
the southwest an dthence. into the such necessity, for I can not conceiveof areas. "
, ' lake any man deliberately violating the .
, The approximate length of the law in the face of this 'appeal, whichis
, canal will be two miles and' a half I I made to all of you as to friends The best way to make a man winceis "
to tell him the truth about himself
and of this amount the county wilt.y and fellow citizens who feel with me '
.y pay for the cutting of about one-half that the only safety of the State lies dressed u.PI in flattery. the stability of the Beak .kas bees ascertained and a coiMrrative ,,1. :
mile. The portion of the ditch for I'I in sustaining all, even the least of "*
which the county binds itself to pay her laws, not only in the CourtHouses Diogenes was never found out by and. win financial policy assured the depositor, ...,Ii... kit attention to tk. t: ,"
is that part beyond the city limits. I|,I but in the hearts of the any honest man, come to think of it. \ ;
City Engineer Ludlam estimates i people. investment possibilities; if a sarinr account U intended., tkt ''... cat s' .; ,
the cost of the canal at a figure I,I Very truly your friend and..public NOTICE FOR BIDS.ftottr "
slightly above $7,000. Profiles and '' servant, want ai liberal a rate of interest a* U compatible with. a Mud banking y-

estimates were .furnished Council I I JOHN C. JONES, *' V.r I".. ..... V........u.. ..rl1i..I" '"
some time ago. Upon these Council I State Attorney, .Seventh Judicial > !. Cltr: of KI..I___, Kl.. tem; then he investigate* the facilities of the bank. in general. Natvrally and '

tions will call furnished for bids by with the City the Engineer.The specifica-. Advertisement Circuit of, 42-lt.Florida. nuance Notice, .fl.a hr..e:. ;r..aed :rdI by pur-the aeceuariJ,'the experienced banker whose. constant business- i* ie investigate,. .. \

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n Council of the City of Klsalram.e on
willingness of the County Commissioners September 24th, 1913, the Council: of should be possessed of a technical knowledge bearing .. all' financial '. '
to join in the expense will ____ High School Notes. Bid City will receive bids for the con- topics.

of relieve the burden the city, but of it a is considerable recognized part that The Utopian Literary Society of struction at the of Clerk's sidewalk office u In stated the City below The bank should have at the disposal of its customers such data and information .
the Osceola High School met after Halt\ at Klsslmmee. Florida, at 70 '
the Commissioners did nothing more p. m. on Tuesday the 16th day of October -' is .
than a reasonable thing in this re school Friday evening for the purpose ., A. n. 1811. as required by the investor. '

gard. The route of the of organizing. The constitutionwas following On On Clyde H. .. Avenue, 14SO feet. ', "
proposed read and approved and the Avenue 1718 feet. .
ditch runs within quarter 0 On Vernon Avenue 1360 feet. .
officers elected: Harold Buzza, ... .
. city and a large area or land not with- vice- On DeaumoAt Avenue 2100 feel.On .... .
Harris Downing, ,
president; Orlando Avenue 221O feet. ,
of the "tine of the
western boundary On Darlington Avenue, 70 "
presideht; Bessie Whidden, secretary; .
in the city will be affected by the Stcwarf' Avenue 670 feel. .. e .
Edward Newton, treasurer Lacy
drainagawhich it will afford. I(I ; On Verona Street. 1600 feet. .
Chairman John Lee of the Finance Johnson Lee, critic ser; Alys eant-at-arm8 Johnston,; reporter.The Mildred. On On Emmett Hryan Street Street S160 1126 feet.feet. pur'claim to your confidence rest on the fulfillment.of the above requirement

Committee at of the Council action expressed of the County gratification -I I object of this society is to createan On On Main Mabbette Street Street.2690 1990 feet. feet. '. Citizen Bank of Kittimmee it safe, found, conservative and yet liberal. :
interest in debating, oratory, arid On Patrick Street 2660 feet. Your confidence dnd is
Commissioners. Councilman Lee patronage invited regardless of.the of
I composition. At our next meetingwe onhureh Street 1360 feet amount your funds.CITIZENS [ .
gives promise that it will not be a I On Broadway Street 76 feet. ., .'
will have on Tpnnyaon.llta4orter. = -
a program -- -- .
On Dakln Avenue. 3(10 Oft. ,
great while before the ditch will he in .
On I'osslol Avenue, 760 feet.On .
cqJJrse of construction.OONCKHNINtt i Slproul Avenue. 144 feet. "
On llrack Street 3460 Oct.
1 Foiled. On Ruby Avenue, 660 feet.Total - HANKOFKISSJMMEE.. -- -- .-- -
THE IMMATURE! ]! The lov ra: _whispered- together before - fcronUMJu: Rltli, -r.tI".du..llon. ,-
will < made from the .
CITRUS TRUIT I LAW. 1 i the doors of her father's hangar, above frontage for> any sidewalks
j planning the last details' of their constructed by property own..r.. .
Orlando, Oct. 3, 1912. I I elopement. tog Said the Bldewalks!publication to of bn this notice... l'end'l' '
To My Fellow Countrymen of the "Hurry, dearest he urged. "We cement according: to the specifications,' . i
Seventh Circuit of Florida: I I will wheel out yotv runabout monoplane I made by the City KnRlneer. an approv- I .
ed by the Council, and filed In thelolTlcf ,
and together we'll fly away on .. --
The season is fast approaching for : of the City Clerk. I. ; "-- I {
the sale and shipment our oranges, the wings of the night nevermoreto I''m.'nt to be made In Certificates I: ,
and to many of you will come the be separated." of Indebtedness Issued under Chapter ARTHUR E.. DONEGAN, President W. A. SMITH, Cashier
"Wait! she exclaimed. "I have a 6S61. laws of Florida. Act. of 1911. at .
violate the Immature
temptation to par value drawing eight per cent annual
Fruit Law of Florida; the questionof better plan. We will run it out and interest.t'ertined Directors: .
hide it in the old stable; then we will check for live hundred .. \
will be
gain or good citizenship walk to the trolley and papa will dollnra, payable to the City Treasurershall ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, Preiident H. M. Plans, lit Vice Preside .
presented to you, and you must fairly accompany each bid.
and squarely decide loyalty and dis- never suspect us" Thu successful bidder will be required C. W. DANN 2nd Vice President .
of making They were hardly half a mile on I to give reasonable bond for the performance
to the law own
..+loyalty- your their way down' the road when, from I to of reject contract.;any and Thi.all right blflM.. lereserved A. W. WINN L. H. COHOON F. Vf. HILL C. D. CARROLL
overhead, came the roar of the triple All bids be addressed "Coun
I appeal therefore to the higher to to -
'And better feelings of you all. Let propellers of the racing monoplane as I ell of the City of Klsslmmee, care of I Vas Agnew Crawford, Attorney
darkness in J. K. Gilbert City Clerk Klsslmmcc
dashed out into the
it to be said that in this era of graft hot I Florida." ,
and selfishness, that the high-minded, pursiut.Puck.FOR ny order, of Council. ,
Dated f ctnber5th!) 1912. .
of the Seventh
people J. K. GILBERT I
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f'J*' THE ETERNAL FIGHT, GENTLEMEN; DO NOT BE SURPRISED. The Kissimmee Valley i Gazette ..EXCESSIVE, : RATES H other" "shipments ; "mOcraticTickef' \
y. JREIGHT I the gods arrive

t / . .._.-a",- Kitsimmee-has} an,example of the contest that i being waged in every j : tant pany-not' rate I .
W., a' HARRIS, Publisher. Sanford Heraldi: ........... .t the U.Ned Stat..l
.,... .Stalo'of.the: Union and jn.neatMyevery; : of f. State L.: the! attempt of f f. Tbs exorbitant freight rates additional
*j city .every.. ., J..IL.REESE,. .*.. ..."r..., Editor... exacted per-ia/orced to WOODROW. WIL.80N.-.
a : .,: J f ftt public service! corporation to increase their holdings and privileges at the t I;ing: brickto by the railroad Florida will for hauling almost pav pre-' further loss of' ; THOS.-Vle.-Predde.h'R. MARSHALL. .

public expense >' PUBLISHED EVERY, FRIDAY clude the purchase of brick in the future ing the case, For Pmldeatlsl E..*.._. "-
?i r":'i't, ';f' "" .The r attempt .of f the Atlantic: Coast Line railroad company to gain con Office In Valley Gazette Building : unless' the ''Florida cities can mains This but he cannot to @ J JEFFERSON FRED DE BERRY B. BROWN
KISSIMMEE QSCEOLA COUNTY carry their case to the Railroad Com- au R), -JONKS
k trol of a considerable portion of one of the street in. the center of the City of missioners and get relief. In respect The fight is too WILLIAM CHIPLBT JONES
FLORIDA.SUBSCRIPTION 1, to the brick Sanford should and for one man, LELAND JT HENDERSON.
Kissimmee ha come about in a most insidious way. be. up H. C. SPARKMAN.C.sare.m.a .
interest itself in
I doing, for we cannot afford to be rob-
... . It is.well known that K.iuimmee.needl a dock. The structure which i il RATES. ked by the railroad. KUsimmse spent a shipper pays all CLAUDE. State L'KNQLE at Largo/)
inadequate demand One ,one ._______ $1.80One $22,986.18"for freights on their last him in advance '.
dignified l by that name i bad condition; it i il to the copy year - Sree.d J District*
copy, six mnoths ___.____. .75 brick paving and one can easily see to his goods .If"i. R 'K CLARK.
'" -= and no matter what repair' were put upon it they would'' hardly..suffice' to One copy,-three months _??.._:. ..40All that this is simply throwing away,the when they arrive 1 Go......... .
,. make it in any reasonable sense the kind of dock that the needs require. --- ---- --- tax payer's good money. game'whIch will PARK TRAMMEL.
of State
-, communications, except from ---+- shippers as long Vnm Heeretsry
Knowing the desire of the citizen, including the Councilmen. to build our authorized correspondents, must Volusia Co. Record: stand for it and ..H. _CLAY.. CRAWFORD...
"""" .10. .1 Agrte.lturetW.
build dock if in be signed by the writer. Of the $78,000 recently appropriated well be made .
j a dock the railroad company make a proposition to a return A. McRAK.
by the council of Kiesimmee for Gorda Herald. *
i the city will close Darlington avenue from Halsey street to the Lake Rejected matter will not be returned street paving $23.000 of it went as for J.tUmlr C. LUNIN Tresaureri

thui giving the railroad company free access to a breadth of territory sufficient unless called for. freight on material used shipped from Rackley For Attorney l.roerojr
Alton, Ala., an adjoining state. In I At the home of THOMAS: K WKST.:
to provide switch yards which will meet the rfeilioad company's needsin Entered at the Poatof ice in Kis other words nearly one-third of the at Windemere For Stale Controller
that respect for many years to come. simmee, Fla., as second-class mail total coat of the Btreet ,, improvement i Eula Maye Slate W.Superintendent V.. KNOTT. of Public-a
matter. was paid to the railroads. You ....... .
i .. see Rackley were .1. '
The City Council give their approval to the proposition by passing a .
--- how costly it is to make public improvements -, Rev. H. T. Gaines, I W. N 8HKAT8i : .
lesolution\ authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to sign the agreement. (FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912. when the matreial! used I forming the i I Fur Stale Chrmlctt
| R. K RUSH: ;:
!?* .' Is handled by railroads. Half of this. mony was simple (
on behalf of the City. $23,000: would have been ample profitto witnessed by a each.'D I I' For AdJta.llearr... lJs
I. I.i ci.irroiu. R KOSTER
Immediately there is protest on behalf of the citizens. The legality of Prolonging the Span of Human Life. the transportation lines. contracting parties I VI
The National Conservation ---<-- :,
the proposed action of Council to close the street: is. questioned and their which Con- people and their
meets in
gress Indianapolis in Sanford correspondent Tampa them boundless Democratic TicketI
.' lack of legal Authority is supported by several Supreme Court decisions October will discuss methods for pro- Tribune: A moat excellent suggestion : ( I
longing human life. What has already has been advance the Kis-
which are presented in a formal manner and with due impressiveness by an dby Laymen
been done by science in this direction simmee Gaztte, namely, that those .
', attorney employed by the citizens to present their protest. is remarkable. Recent statistics towns which are paving their streets The Laymen's I ARTII:ReK; "OON. XJAN. .
.In spite of this protest and further in the face of the opinion given I Ii duration show tlrat life is in India the average :' with brick, especially Sanford Or- 'afternoon ing at the and 11 CLA"BTAN: KO'R D.I .
twenty-five years. lando and Kissimmee, unite their efforts euab Judge.
1 i'I l' Council by the City Attorney tHat' the proposed action is of doubtful author I In Sweden it is more Chan fifty years 'I and combine their interests in lows: President, / ; I '1. M. MURPHY. .
and in Massachusetts more than Vice-president, ; 1..0. Attorney tII
ity a majority the members express themselves as being in favor of carrying securing lower freight: rates on their D. UBIQER
forty-five years. The length of life shipment of brick thus lessening the tary, J. M. ; I Sherllfi '
;' rl i out their proposed action, and relinquishing control of Darlington avenue is increasing wherever sanitary exorbitant charges of the railroadsfor : Lilly. I U II INGRAM.
I science and preventive medicine The next l'realClerk..
t are hauling their brick for
below Halsey street. paving: pur- J I.. OVER8TRKET
i applied. In Europe it has doubled in poses. The-idea is also' amplified in the Methodist Tan f'nlleetortC.
1 ; Thus the protesting citizens are forced to continue the fight for theft' three and a half centuries.The the suggestion that the several coun- dent Parker Th L. BANDY.
public good against th City Council which is acting in the capacity of agents rate of increase during the ties that are figuring on brick roads, "Works." Deut. : W.'r..I, Assessor BARBER.;
Seventeenth and Eightenth centuries should do likewise. The saving in boys are "" .1..01.... of Public Ifint '...Itn.t
.ft' for the public whose only authority i i. that delegated by the people who was about four years a century. I the freight rate could probably be tend. W. J. 8KARS
elected them and to whom they are responsible. During the first half of the Nine- I utilized in lengthening the contem- S lJfLUPFERMvrverori .
I teenth Century it was about nine plated brick roads. "Well sir; said
t The question raised is so plain and has been passed upon 'so decisively years a century, during the latter half -+- father when the R. H. LUDLAM
9 i ao often by the courts that there is no excuse for the members of Council of the Nineteenth Century about Sev- A Railroad's Skin Game. ushered into the
3 enteen years a century. In Germany, "It seems to us that some. public is your business COUNTY COMMlSSIONKRSl.
Y 'Jo err The Council has no right to trade off any street nor have the people where medical and sanitary science protest should be made to the State "I have been No.E.No, RAYMOND L. LESLEY LANIER.
p I :i themselves right. The opinion of City Attorney Vans Agnew quoted elsewhere has reached the highest developmentthe Railroad Commission, to stop the out- a committee of No. 1..-A.. F. BASS.
No 4 O R. BASS
increase is
I about twenty-seven which the Atlantic have been
; this conclusive. We here his words int rageous holdup game you No. K.-FRANK WALKER.
in issue, absolutely
/ is repeat years a century. The only compara-- Coast Line is practicing upon my father-in-law."
t part: tive statistics in the United Statesare the home-seekers and others comingto Herald. COUNTY SCHOOL HOAHDt r
I in Massachusetts, where life is South Florida." says the Arcadia No 1.-W. C. BASS
of that the
"It is decided by a preponderance authority public streets
lengthening at rate of about four- Enterprise "These people the FOR RENT
pay .
-___ .__ of a municipality are held in trust by !the municipality" for the public aher.heyhave.once teen years a century, half the rate of freight on their household goods and office, 10 cents I Ii No S.-W W. CHANDLER.
- --. been dedicated for public-use. --

j 4 Further comment on the attitude of Council seems unnecessary, Crant-I

R ing that we need a dock ever so much the City Council cannot

1; gain for it in this manner.
r In the meantime the public is indebted to those citizens who have as-

+1 ". i turned the expense of standing up for the rights of the people and asserting

the claims of the future upon this valuable asset which was about to be S
i ,i\ i fribbled away.

A gentleman who spends his vacation in a worthy effort to do good addressed CREA TION

J an audience in Kissimmee Tuesday afternoon on the subject of civic r ;
i improvement.
." Having had considerable experience in such work he inspected our

town with a critical eye. He gave it as his opinion that the greatest needs of which are .

j Kissimmee were a city park and play grounds for the children. you <

It will be generally agreed we believe that from a civic point of view

i his conclusions are correct. The playgrounds about the school house are not
i large enough; they 'are not* shaded and are not attractive. The suggestion. to inspect-
M y Ir ,,1 ,ai, ;' in regard to a city'park is also i in order.

'f \ i< The agitation, for the needed. improvements ,should begin and be kept with

+ alive until they' realized. An aroused public interest will be powerful together .
'4''(:! "\" .,:\ ( ,are so ., . .
-a ,' that material results will follow. I I
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\ DISASTERS AS USEFUL AGENCIES. many other novelties in

There are some editors who pooh-pooh t die investigation that follower '

a the Titanic disaster. Their view in.that no good could come from such an in Coats and Suits //l ; '

vestigation. There are several incidents;; f fallowing the disaster and the investigation ,

I ': which prove.that they are mightily wrong. [' \ . J .

To say nothing of the good that will result from more .stringent regulation i irl

'"' rj of marine transportation it has come to light during the past week that "
't the amount of damages to which (he Ocean Steamship Navigation Company -

y ,, ', Limited is liable for the Titanic loss is 91805.

The statute fixing the responsibility of shipping companies in the event
of wreck and loss is out of date, just as the shipping regulations were out

S. "s S of date. The amount of damages for which the company is liable is nothing -

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as compared with the actual loss, but because bf an antiquated statute the ___ __ - jl lf !

,;fl" company will get off without being made to pay the actual losses, which run '

z well up into the millions.

"I'" It is hardly necessay to suggest that this statute will be revised to meet l

present day ideas 'of justice. S
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4 Tuesday of next week is the day set by the State Democratic Executive 1

' ';' i ,!. Committee for two of the speakers sent out by the Committee to appear in

Osceola county.It On Wednesday October 16 /

will be pleasant news to many to learn that Hons. Frank Clark and S /

+ Herbert S. Phillips have been designated to fill the dates at St. Cloud and H

'. Kissimmee. you are most cordially 4
e Both are pleasing and effective speakers: and will undoubtedly be >

; S greeted by large audiences. This is |just as it should be. The State Committee invited to attend

; ha* undertaken this campaign in behalf of the Democracy at large and .

f .' the interest and enterprise of the committee and the labor of the speakers theAUTUMN

ought to be encouraged.
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The headquarters of the Democratic National Committee has sent out /

a call for additional funds. The committeeman for Florida has received a

;r' ;, letter which has been published in which the plan for raising the funds necessary S

j? 1S is set forth. The plan in brief is to find five thousand men who will give \
f '- "" hundred dollars each. The Florida .
a one committeeman is asked if he will

') not recommend the names of five men who will give a hundred dollars each. :rj,

,t : ;. \' It is broadly intimated in this letter that the five who give up the hundred

;,; \ "r. each will J) be remembered when the Democrats come into power. . .\'

t It is splitting hairs to find fault with Roosevelt for taking money from IlIS11MC110Np Bllttq a,

.Morgan with an implied promise of immunity from prosecution and Wilson S

taking money from individual; contributors with an implied promise of From 3:00 to 8:30 p. m. \
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'i I .Q:.s If JWiUon'iselected, ; it might be.interesting to take the I list of contributors

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';*' (lie Klsslmmee VallCD Gazette Rnb-My-:xlam will,cure 'you."21-18t Hon. W. J. ''Sears., Kisaimmee's : OOOOOA00000000. . I .

orator-lawyer has been assigned by .
' T.L.PHO..I\tO.1t.\ ... JOabaIDM'uto Garage and Machine the .con twsonal-} committee to _expound .. .,ROLL-.OF .HONOR ... .
Company 'WIU'do anything in Democracy to the people! of .
PUBLISHED AVERY FRIDAYs lathe 'er' machine work for yon for Sanford and Orlando on the 14th ..ndby 0000000000 000000000
; automobiles, boats mad all ether machinery Millinery Opening
, :- > the State committee to those at ,
--->-r- .1N. H:'HAP''"._. ,- ':15 If: Bartow;'Lakeland and Arcadia on the ... ..
16th and 17th. Mr. Sears ia iplen- The followig pupils of the Kissim :
Willia Mrs.
mPhillips and Baker of
and better selectionthan.hecould mee public acitool have' not been absent '
no -
St. Cloud were uaited in marriage by WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AND :EVENING
have been made. i or tardy during the month end-
Rev. H. .T.- Gaines the Methodist ; ... .
ing Qctober., 1912 have made an -- -
Weather-Report parsonage on Wednesday afternoon.The 'J.. P.; J0u1','"after' a ten days : OCTOBER 1
stay .average of 90 per cent, or more in ft $ .
couple came over to this city by here with his friend W. M. Ferrilf.eft their studies with not less than 85 in .
. auto, returning the same, afternoon,. i today for his home at Quitman, any subject and not less than 95 in .. k r

I Following are the daily tem.PerMures I Geo. Singletary-left 'Tuesday for' a Ga. Mr. Jolly stated to a representative deportment:, . ". . .f ..
and precipitati aa brief stay at French Lick Springs, of this paper that he was so impressed First Grade, A. division-Vanother ,
.. Ind. Air. has Seen ia with the many' advantages 'Churchwell Earnest King Horace .
. reported by the Srngletary I '
. delicate this,city offered the homeseeker thatit King Will O'Neal, Claude Smith, Leslie .
health for and .1
.ta.tlor .t JUtlllhnm.. 1M the some years than he would T.f"1
was more probable Williams
goes to that famous resort e Huling Snyder, Virginia : ,
week ending on. 10. 1912.r that his condition may be improve return here in a !,.few. months to remain Fansler, Carribell Hansel) Maude ,
permanently. Powell. Isabel Tiner Bertha Wits, .
...x ..... tars T. B. 'Gillespie, manager of the construction Edna Kilts,. Eula Jones, Eula Bowen .
J.. M Ilaesell. of Yamato passed Mi.. Bandy two -
spent ..
Friday . . . . 1ft 73 1.42 work of the Alabama Paring : .hrough-the city last Friday en routeto Nellie TaylorPatricia Fisher, Louise'Jones h ,
'Co., was in Kissimmee this week he Annie Ruth McLean. B. division weeks in New York one .
70' Narcoossee
owns a splendid -
Saturday.84 after a :week spent in Ocala, where -Clayton Yates Clyde Harris e .
Sunday.: ., . . 8i 67 his company has another contract piece of property. It Is Mr. Hassell's David Cayson Arthur Bullock R. D. Philadelphia and one .

Monday . . . 87 66Tuesday. . under way. He returned to Ocala at Narcoossee intention and to reside permanently in the. cul- Thomas Ruben Bass, Eddie Bass El- in Baltimore, studying ''' .

. . . '90 '6'Wedneldq . :Thursday. .ivatfon-of Alfalfa. engage He says that he mer Schweikert R. J. Ingram, Doyle and..ledin the newest .
88 ,67Thusrsday to meet with{ plendi1 success )avis Lina Harvey May Winn Madge I '
What ,will be a new business. fer expects Rivers. Christine Williams, Marguerite thing in Millinery. '
in the gowlng of that forage the .
88 68I our city will open next Monday in as Duke Helen Wilcox Katherine .
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smartest tyUwill .
land in that section is peculiarly *
Fraternity that of mani- ,
l building a Miller. Elisabeth Satterfleld. Pauline ..
curing and hair dressing parlor. It adapted to its cultivation.The Knight Marl Ogram Elice Bursa be shown at the .

will be conducted by Mws Margaret big election night smoke to be Irene Ingram. opening. Comeand..e. ,
-- Preble a young lady said to be thoroughly given at Firemen's hall in the Savage Second Grade A. division-Elizabeth ;
,conversant with the art. building, over Makinson'a store will Parker Vera Gilbert Annie .f 11 them.Miss. ; ".

: Dann's Mammoth will\ .take be complete in every detail. A special Pressly Lucile Nichols Eva Sessions '. ,
r.uf lOCAL flElD.awwatiHwHw Opening ,
1 i place Saturday October 12 and Monday Western Union wire has been arranged Margie Wheeler, Lillie Rose Dann I
October 141on't for and an operator will be on Dorothy Satterfleld James Deitz, / I
deny yourselfthe ai
pleasure seeing the display in hand to read the returns as they come Tony Rotundo Sydney Phillips Jessie 1
" " +.H/ all the departments of this, ,the most over the wire. The returns will completely Bowen dredge, Flint, Leroy |j .
cover the National State and Baas, Bart Bass Leo. Floyd Bradley to r
Kissimmee. .
store in 421t.J.
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------- .---' --, -- - local election and will give Kissim- Breckenridge. B. -division-Zejma I I ' I

Rub-Wy-Tiam wm cure you 21-18t C. Palmer, managler for the mee the most complete service of the Bronson Johnnie Bronson Virginia ;i l
Windemere Improvement 'Company kind ever given here.An Dann, Ruth Davis Laura Harwell ,'.
, 'W. .iH. /iBroVawwith tiffing Brothers spent Tuesday transacting businessin Ruth Hyde Katherine McKay Myrtle .
tae,tree people. .40tf.J. this city. Mr. Palmer is very 'op- error for which no explanationcan Savage Margaret Wir.n. Nellie Wood- .J
timistic over the success) with which be found was made in the reportof all. Vivian Ford Robert Buckles, Gor-
F. Williams and wife of Whittier, his is meeting. the School'Board published in this don BulUck '--Ulf Chapman, Frankie Bandy
spent a few days here this week. company paper three w eks ago. The lines Crowe Joseph Clements Albert De- '

Powell is few The subjects Rev. A. M. Chisholm read that W. W. Chandler presented vane, Elmer Fierstine Kirby Johns, : 1'1'
,days Avery in Jacksonville upending this week.a will discuss at the Christian church the petition of citizens of the Camp- Plese Johnsen Donald Kelly. John I, .. i I
Sunday. will be: Morning, "Christ bell district asking for the removalof Lee Sidney McLaughlin Harry Outlaw j
G. E. Mattocks ofIJMnt'a couple of- ian Citizenship;" evening: "Self Con- the school teacher, whereas the George Rexford Claude Tagg rt. n_ ___ __ ,, I
.days at.Lake Gesn Villa this weed. trol." A general invitation is extended gentleman who presented: the petitionwas Arthur Snsvson, Howard Mattocks. ' y
,the public to attend both services W. W. Campbell who is the mem- Third Grade-Thelma Johnson Munger Lucile Downing Janette Sullivan bent Little. Ernest Oliver., .Robert-.
J. T. Blackwell. die Ashton turpentine : ber of the County Democratic Execu- Thelma Sutton, Velma Hudson 'Dorothy Christine Krita, Alfred lyey.Pri .Jackson, Eddie Campbell.:
operator was a visitor to the tive Committee for that precinct Miller Doris Collins, Elbert O*. e Rogers. B. division-Harry MeAdoo -I. High School; 'Ninth"" Graded-Fred ,
city Tltucsday.DeWiltent A. A. Loll after four months spentin Berry Edna Bass, Leak Wilcox Lois Uiel Woodall Harold Snyder Frank Calkins, Lois Linn
and around Pittsburg, 1..., returned WooJbeck &: Key of the Pastime Little Martha Ordas Ruby Oliver, Theodore Bowen. James Simmons Sheldon Johnson.
Alderman, after a month here Sunday. Mr. Loll saysthat theater have arranged to inauguratea Gladys Griffin Oscar Bass, Archie Harry SchelL Tenth Grade-Edna Schwelkart. i
spent here, returned lt his home at capital and lots of it is looking towards baby ebew at- their theater next Base, Charles Dann Frank Reed Sixth Grade A. division-Frank I Eleventh Grade-Nellie ''Calkins.

Bassenger Tuesday. Florida for ipvertxnent and week, which will continue until No- Rebert; Calkins Joseph Sears Horace Bryan, John Edgar Bryan Joseph I Alice Stute, Eleanor Moseley. ,
that Kissimmee will its vember 1. Pictures of all the babiesin :
predicts get
Dann, Everett Hix n, Edward Mat- Santiago, Allie May Cummins Mabel
Born Tuesday to Mr and Mrs. H full share during this winter. town will be exhibited on the
W. Barnett. a girl, wbe will be chntt screen every night, and at the con- Locks Walter Griffin Roy Bell, Cam. Bowen Blanche Davis Norma Griffin NOTICE.To .

- -- .-ened Letti Virginia, n.. n'.jf- MammeUv OpMwill take dt W> -ofthe- rent*gt4heprice-baby. Hymen.. Grace GilberttRuby! Duke-jSadieJBry-! .
place Saturday, October 12 and Monday will receive live dollars in gold from Fourth Grade, g rVs-aiviion-Ru'lb't''an' Helen Reed, Frances Tress Cleo All Whom it May rn: -- -
Conrad Biyan and IL :Fleming: left October 14-don't deny yourself the theater management. A number .An hum. Ethel Bass, Nellie Bowen I'I Outlaw. Gazil Lane. B. division Tice. I, the undersigned B. A. MeAdoo.
Tuesday for a few days' duck shooting the pleasure of seeing the display mall of other prizes have been offered by I Harriet Buzza, Fern Fansler HaFansler | McCallister having sold out my livery feed and

on the fcjwer lake the detriments of this, the most merchants. The particular of the Game,, Thelma Gladys Gilbert.Fierstine Edna, Leida Harvey | Seventh Grade -Beulah McKenzie I II sale stable business take this means.* '

There will l e a showing: of beautiful complete store in Kmsimrmt 42-lt contest appear In the advertising columns I I Ruby Ingram Stella Knight- Christine Ivey, Gussie Winn, Ger- of notifying my: former patrons, who> 1
of the Gazette are indebted to me in sum to '
trude McKay Margaret Stanford any
hats from New York Frances Edith
French pattern Kritz Elizabeth Linn Andrew'
Messrs. Hub Fleming, Conrad I I please call at the office of
Margaret Anderson, Mary Howell
and Philadelphia, at Miss -Bandy'aWednesday I Emerson who has held the Miller Lois Orerstreet, Mabel Ploetz !
Bryan and Dozier Leitnerwent for C. A. Muriel Johnson attorney and.. settle the* ,
Prentis Bass
October 16. 42-H ducks at Southport Tuesday, and bag.Inrd position of day clerk at the Graystone Dorothy Roberts Leacy Tyner Lila I Nonie Driggers Ruth Marguerite Howell Anson same. He is authorized to receipt

There will be a showing of beautiful fifteen. Mr. Bryan and Mr. Fleming for the past ten months, leares tomor- mie May Williams, Carleton Bryan Lillian Car- Rexford, Bradly Harris Charlie in full B, A. McADOO. 41-2p.
Johnson Gladys Howell
French pattern hats from New York remained for several days VhileMr row for a short vacation before tak- Harris. I Rogero Harold Hinckley Harold fIn
"h and Philadelphia. at Mitt Bandy's Leitner returned to town. ing a similar position with the San- Woodall William! Arnold.
'< ford House in Sanford. Mr. Emerson Fourth Gradelwy's division-Bryan point of time Europe and America -
{\ Wednesday October 16. 42-H Dr. D. R. Ramsey of Quitman Ga., resigned his place at the Graystone Simpson Fred Howe Clinton Bass Eighth Grade.-Lois Johnson ElsieDeitz are nearer together now than

The Board of Trade will meet in spent a few days here this week with in.order to have a few days of rest Julian jidbngton.Fifth I Anon Mary Lewis Ruth Harvey London and Edinburgh were two hun
regular session Monday night and a his friend, W. M. Ferrill. Dr. Ram- before a assuming his new position. He Grade A. division-Miriam Edna Calkins Belle Hardy Her- dred years ago.Dann's I
most interesting session is antici- sey wan so delighted with our city was with the Sanford House management
,pated. that he may return later and becomea for two seasons prior to comIng -
permanent resident. t* KiMunmee. He has made .
Miss Roxie Irvine returned to numerous friends by his courtesyand .r,
Orlando Monday, after a visit of two Mrs. J. D.' Woodbeok has inaugurated efficiency, and will\ carry their
weeks here with her cousin, Mrs. Ffi. a dancing clans at Firemen'shall best wishes for his success whereverhe
: Gilbert. .) ere all those desiring to take
lessons are invited to. .attend the Dr.goes.TL IL Hoddleston, of Miami a
Mrs A. B. Jarrell has been visit classes held each Monday and Thursday physician of the East
C. McLean this week at Private instruction prominent
ing Mrs. O. I evenings. Coast town and grandfather of Miss
She will return homeTomorrow. had if desired.T. .
'; McLean's Still. can, also., be Marie Huddleston. has been visiting .' .

. ., I K. Wilson general agent of the Miss Huddleston in Kissimmee this
: .I .or 6 doe of 668 will break any: American Bankers' Insurance Co., is week. He took: advantage of his nearness -
case ..f Chills A Fever and if taken In the city fey a few days. Mr. 'Wilson to St. Cloud to visit a boyhood
; 'M.( then*a tonic. the Fever will not re- stated that he knew of no city friend of that city Dr. Huddlestoncame ,
r, ', s? turn Price 28 cents. t.f'' surpassing Kissimmee irj; either public from Illinois some thirty years
and settled at Bartow moving to
improvement or the building ol ago
Miss Carrie L. Post an experienced private residences. Miami some years later. He says that

saleslady, of Rogers, Ark, is m charge Miami is growing at'a great rate andis .._ .. .
of the dry goods department of the Dann's Mammoth Opening will take becoming so much of a 'city thatit -- "--- -

H. C. Stanford Co. place Saturday, October 12 and Monday is getting too noisy for him, and he

October 14-don't deny yourself is looking for a location elsewhere.He ..
S. B. Aultman spent last week the pleasure of seeing the display in is assured warm. welcome to Kis-
trasacting business in Tampa, and reports all the departments of this, the most simmee if he locate here.
the male of his extensive orange complete store in Kissimmee y 42-lt Dr. Huddleston goes from here to
grove at ThonotoHansa Bartow to visit old friends there\
A. F Bass, representing the St. ,
Miss Cornelia Lancaster, daughterof I Cloud precinct on the Board of County
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I Lancaster, entertained Commissioners, was here Monday to PALATKA COUNCILMAN .
a number of her little attend the regular meeting of the '
friends last Friday in honor of her Board. Mr. Bass says it's a mistake INSPECTS FIRE TRUCK Department Stores

birthday Ito think theli Are any appreciable .
number of Rffiitolicans in St. Cloud.
Walter G. Durant, who came here s pleased to announce its :

recently from England, has opened O. R. Bass, of Whittier was herethiR DELEGATION OF OFFICtALH

offices prepared over to the do Citizens'typewriting'Bank, and the is sy meeting week to attend of the the Board regular of. County month, WITNESS EXHIBITION: IN: FALL AND WINTER .:. "

;general public. Commissioners, of which he is one of: KISSIMMEE.A .

Mr. Clarence Griffin and bride were the most conservative members. Mr. OPENINGof .
*+s of the groom's brothers, Bass stated while here that the greatest delegation of citizens from Pa- .
mbe..C. W.guests J. J. and J. C. Griffin several Democratic love feast ever knownin latka came to Kissimmee yesterday, I '.
v days' last week returning to their our county's history will be held arriving on the evening tram to wit- .
Saturday. at Whittier on the 18th. ness a demonstration of the LaFranceauto
home at New Smyrna on
fire truck in operation. Those S
W I. Phillips, of Jacksonville, was W. W. W.hiiner. of Liberty Center composing the party were W. P. Merriam MIL LTNER Y and .
in Kissimmee this week to arrange Ohio, was here a couple ef days this C. H. Wigg, W. A. Hicks Benj. .
for an auction sale of lots for the week looking at conditions and from J. Gay and Howell A. Davis. Mr. LADIES' SUITS(2d
Kissisomee Suburban Land Co. which the manner in which he expressed Davis was formerly mayor of Palatka
will be put on about November 1. himself to a representative of this and the other gentleman are memo
t / will it is safe to assume that he bers of the City Council of Palatka.S. Floor) ,
The young ladies of the Catholic become one of the permanent P. Blanc representing the American -
. Social Club will give a euchre party at residents before the year closes.Dann's LaFrance Fire Apparatus Co., SATURDAY AND MONDAYOct :
the Firemen's Hall, Friday October accompanied the party.A .
Mammoth will take
' 18th from 8 p. m. to 12 p. m. Ad- Opening demonstration was given last 12th dnd 14th
October 12 and Monday \
4&'. mission 25 cents. Everybody invited.A. place Saturday 14-don't evening in front of the Graystonehotel. ,. ,
deny yourself
Chief Tano and his men madea
E. Thomas spent the week end the pleasure of seeing the display in splendid run and showing. The con- To which the ladle of Kutimmee .
at New Eden Plantation near Nar- all the departments of this the most nection was made in 47 seconds, count-
coossee. Mr. Thomas i is secretary of complete store in Kissimmee. 42-lt. ing time from the moment the and surrounding territory "
the company that owns that magnificent reached until the stream
F. H. Lawson invites the ladies to hydrant was '
property. call and examine Empire samples and was in the air through 150 feet of 'are cordially invited :

W. W. Chandler, member of the designs for made-to-measure suits, hose. Other demonstrations followed
County School Board from the Bas skirts and coats. All garments are today, and the Palatka councilmenwere .
senger district was in the city Tuesday cut and finished by experts; the wool- given a ride over the town on ;
the truck. They were greatly pleased
in attendance upon the regular ens are cold-water shrunk, critically
monthly meeting of the Board. examined and acid tested, and all lin- with Kissimrnee and had many com-
ings' have the two-year "Empire plimentary things to say for the
Dann's Mammoth Opening will take guarantee." Look at the samples and truck will be purchased by that muni- .
place Saturday October 12 and Mon- give us your order. 41-lt town. It is very likely that an auto
,. 1 day, October 14-don't deny yourselfthe cipality. This will be one piece of
pleasure of seeing the display in W. W. Chandler member of the enterprise to be credited to the workof
all the departments of this the most School.Board from Bassenger attended Secretary W. B. Royster of the ..
l. complete store in Kissimmee. 42-lt. the meeting in Kissimmee Tuesday.He Palatka Board of Trade. lie attendedthe
,')" was accompanied from Bassengerby State Chamber of Commerce meeting 4rj
.' Mr. John H. Pays who is agent for Ab Wright O. K. Roberts James in Kissimmee in August, and witnessed .. .
white bronco monuments and tombstones Daughtry; Mrs. Zipperer boarded the a demonstration of the truck )
.tI.; for Oscqola county states that Steamer Lillie at Rosalie and came in action at that time. He was much
he is meeting with very gratifying to Kissimmee with the others. The impresed with its effectiveness, and j
1 .uee.... Mr. Payn has an advertisement ' steamer was well loaded and brought at once started a movment in Palatkato
In this issue of the Gazette. 400 boxes of grape fruit for shipment buy a similar machine. '
I from this) station. i . '-
\t" The County School Board held' its t a
\ From a height of 3,000 feet a man .
1 regular monthly session Tuesday. Besides Dann's Mammoth Opening will take in an aeroplane can see a submarine ,\\
the formal acceptance by the place Saturday October 12 and Mon- gliding 18 feet below water. r .
k:, Board of the newly completed St. day, October 14-don't deny yourself Russia the United States Rou- .
5r -,'' t Cloud school building there was noth- the pleasure of seeing the display in mania, Austria-Hungary and Burma : ,. '

t". ,,lAjng, before the Board but the usual all the departments of this, the most .are the principal oil fields of .the .
_..tontlne4,business.I complete store in Kissimmee. 42-lt. world. ;,-'

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fr q ,' Just What He, ,Wants, ',To, Do 'The::Application-and'Demand for Florida-Land.'Cannot 'Be. .. I

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,' .Representative, Light of Marion County Tells "Dixie" Where 'He '- . :
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.,'.: . '_ ':-':J Stands. On Public Questious. '1 WILL CONVENE Q EXTRA SESSION .. '' ,
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If every,member of the Legislature 1 compelling tax assessors to have an '
\ would give consideration' before the]J I assistant assessor for each 'commis- MATTERS OF MOMENT\ TO :
convening ofthat body to the ques- sioner's district in counties demanding '
I 't'i tions that are likely to come up during an assistant assessor to view prop HE CONSIDERED WHICH WILL THE MeKAYREALTY 't' :
the session, it is probable that the erty, In person before assessing, to DEMAND ATTENDANCE OF :
work of the Legislature would com- administer' oath>to owners of personal ALL TilE NATIVES. : p
mand more respect than it does and property with heavy penalty for fail- I '
be more useful than it usually! is. I i ure to administer such oath 'and to ,
<. L. S. Light, of Marion county, has list all persons subject to road duty.
4 evidently been doing some thinking of ,, To list all owners, of dogs in the Benjamin Franklin (Cobb a native ,1 CO. .
this kind. He has given his thoughts district. born citizen of the United States and I' .
f to "Dixie" for publication, and the Also to amend the same chapter by of the State of-Florlda, and an Inhabitant -; t
Valley Gazette is printing them below 1 having the tax assessor itemize all of Cobbtown, hereby 'announces .
,, : I classes of personal property separ- himself as one of the most independent .
.' I will have all my bills and *resolutions : ately. candidates for Governor that the Wholesalers and Retailers ofTimber
Q', ready to introduce at the beginning II! I also will. try to amend section 46< Land of Flowers has thus far pro- .
of the regular session. I am now'I lof the same chapter to include all duced, and if you fellows don't vote
preparing such amendments to our I I rights and franchise values in the for him, he threatens to enter his I and
tax laws that will destroy the special 'I I assessment of all railroad property. solemn protest against the entire elec- i>
ta:-paying privileges some enjoy; Also I will try to amend chapter tion and apply to the Supreme Court'of .'
. 4. make"one system of tax assessingmore I 6697 by changing the license tax of our' Dominion and have the entire 1-
equal and just, and so amend I railroad companies, street railroad election thrown out. The Governorsays I
v' our\ occupation tax system, compelling companies, telegraph and telephone that Cobbtown must and shall be Lands \
those who do not pay a license tax (I companies express and refrigerator preserved. After he becomes Governor Timber
' to pay and equalize the tax according companies from the present form of: he proposes to carry out the following .
f $ to the wealth and income of the tax- I tax to a tax on gross earnings. policy: '.
. payer. I will try to pass a bill compelling 1. He proposes to repeal the rev-
The chief and assistant clerks of I II I tax assessors to list dogs at not less enue law as it pertaineth unto.whisky, --- ---, --- - -
f f both houses do the work of the recording than $5.00 to $10.00 as to sex. and to substitute a law placing afore-
I;; clerk, leaving no work for the I I As the public by freight and pas- said revenue on water when mixed
R. **recording clerk to do as recording senger charges, are compelled to pay with aforementioned whisky thus
E clerk, therefore, shall try to dippense I to transportation companies an inter- imposing/ (on him who drinketh his ,
t d' I, with the office. est on their capitalization, I will try dram in a form likened unto. a toddy),
r As the enrolling and engrossing I and pass a bill forbidding railroad I the tax thereof.
t work can be bone with less 'expenRe.I companies from issuing bonds, unless' 2 A repeal of the present laws relating E also have some very desirable and very
k' and more neatly on type machines, I approved by those who must pay the to the mode of fishing' with w
i. will'tfy to-have it so done. interest on the bonds issued or their nets, seines, trot lines, hand lines ,
11 I will not introduce nor vote for any agents and the Florida railroad com- poles, spears and to substitute in
l r.I local biir that has not been legally mission, and then the money derived their stead a heavy 'penalty on all well improved Orange Groves near to Rail
j, advertised. I will insist that the from the sale of the bonds must be fish, big, little, young! or old, that at
r : reading clerk read the certificate of I invested in this State. divers times and in sundry place-re-
i advertisement attached to each local I will introduce and try to pasa fuse to yield themselves captives to Road Church and School. We most
w( bill and will call for the indefinite bill compelling the Florida railroad the several devices prepared for their own
postponement of all local bills that do commission to have the State Civil entertainment..
I. not come up to the constitutional re I Engineer make an inventory of the 3. The Governor will call a special
quirements. I true physical value of all railroads in session of congress to convene at I of the property we are offering: for 'sale
3r, I will not accept more than actual j the State and report same to the Stale Cobbtown on the first day of January. ,
transportation charges to and from Railroad Commission 1911, to pass special laws concerning I
Tallahassee and will do all I can to I When the State authorities collect the protection of our lakes and rivers i
prevent others from getting more than (the one mill school tax) about *'.ODO from the invasion of whales, sharks, and balance we hold options on, so we are able to
transportation charges. from Leon county and then out of the and such other-specie of fish as may
I A member of the Legislature who same fund return to Leon county endanger! the life of shipwrecked(
leaves the Legislature while in $7,461.00-more( than $4OOO more sailors; he will also' cause.said con-' the best of
session to attend to private affairs than they pay in--and Duval county gross! to establish at ('obhtown a give you terms.
should be discharged, and I'd like to pays in this fund about $21,1tK::: ) ) and navy yard of sufficient capacitv In
-- -'--- -do H. - -f'ecerves I trot-of-the-same-fun4 41-i' 9fi3i S admit of the .Uuildmtf HIM) (l<.atimr of 1 .
I I there will be1 members in the I or about one-half of what it pays in; our largest cruisers, and Battleships If have property that wish to exchange
f a : next House; three more than the constitution I 1 and when Gadxdon county pay. in 4 The use of intoxicating liquors you any you
4! I allows and if it ran he done, I about $2,200 and draws out 55,710, hy> congressmen! during tin-! session
I will introduce a bill' dropping one ,lor 214 time has much as it pays, and aforementioned will !I" strictIv t prohibited -
member from each of the three counties ': I Hade county pays in about ?5,."('(> and unless the Covi-inni; I IM. lust for a home in one of the best States. in the Union,
t' ; having the least population haying I'draws out but $2,386, or less than one- invited to test its quality, etc I
two representatives.I half what it pays in, and when Columbia 5. Any whale, shark, bout bas,,
i will try. and have the senatorial county pays ina'mut $'>,:"JOO and bl lue!. or black fish' also those! of the call write what have and
r +1 districts in the Stata reapportioned draws out $5,014 or twic-o p'f much ... car variety, taken lij, anj (clexirewhatever l phone or us you we can
1v at the beginning of the session,. it pays in, and Palm leach county must l lie pinneih] cooki-d
I will at the first call of counties pays in about !l:(;,900"d draw.- out before being eaten 'Dies 'are only
; + introduce a bill making four congres- $1,443or: hardly one-fifth that it pays fore being eaten. find for what want.
sional districts In the State. in; then the coming Legislature These are only a few of the \'al'l- you you
i I will have, within a week after should amend these laws >o that there i OUS propositions Governor Cobb proposes -
Legislature meets, the general appropriation will be equal justice between the dif- to introduce; extreme modesty
H '. bill before the appropriation ferent counties in the State in regard; causes him to with-hold the remaining j I I .I .
4 committee. I will vote against State to the collection and dishur.. -ment of platform declarations I until after his _
F. bonds of any kind and amount that this ftnd. inauguration: Our 'mon'atH'l> rooster ..
does not give each county its full is at a loss to know just:\ what to .
share (according to assessments) of do with this innovation from the general ::
the sale of bonds. rules of Democratic .supremacy
r As soon as the State is prepared to I and proposes to call a meeting of the i
: take care of Its old and infirm con- Legislature of 1 Kowldom and lay the I
: vict and knows what roads, to build OF REGISTRATION matter before them.
. and how to bpild them. I will vote fori October's beautiful season is now GLASSES NOT DRUGS -
a I_ gradual change of working convicts with us, cool, refreshing!, invigorating I ,
.1 i on-good roads.- I think county con- and we are all rejoicing over the de-
'W"dvlcts should be disposed -of as the COMMISSIONERS ARE TO MEET lightful prospects
'' ;county commissioners of each county Mr. Truell, Jr., has just broughtme
I I} \o.;\ 'think beat a late copy of ,the Times-Union,
rd ,", The State should lease all convicts WILL GET READY 'and will, refer your readers to the the remedy for most headaches.'
'" columns of that are proper:
that it leases direct to the worker of paper information -
i convicts. ; must stop and read.REX. Relieve the strain on the optic nerve and your
road law that not .
The'present can
Owing to the fact that this is election
y headache will Shall examine
be enforced, I will try and have repealed year the County Commissionerswill disappear. we

'J I will or try properly and pass amended.a bill permittingcounty meet twice again this month, the New houses.We I i your eyes with a view of supplying glasses that
; purpose being/ to revise the registration -
commissioners to employ a lisle and get everything in readiness have several desirable new houses'und..r '' will help your sight and cure your headaches?
road superintendent and fix his pay. for I construction which we are
Whenever the pension funds are Five national election.parties will be ing for sale. All of these Offer-j There's no charge for the examination and
largely in of the needs, the repre- in desirable locations. Secure of .
excess one '
3 governor should be permitted to lessen sented on the ticket this year, being hem: for next winter at a lower price I only a moderate one for the glasses.
the levy for pensions the Democratic, Republican, Progressive than will be asked for them later in the a .
Socialist and Prohibition ,
I favor fee bill parties. season.2Uf I
graduated system I
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The Secretary of SUte, has filed
that will cause certain amounts over list a Ii, M. Breaker & Co. ; -
a of the names of the candidates for
4' $1,500 per year for each office to revert -
' national and State offices with the I
4 f to the county or State, and will
( t' st, help amend our primary laws cutting resenting Commissioners the Republican, and a committee rep- New Bungalow. :

m' out the second primary and have the mittee has filed a list of county the candi-com- No. 461-New 5-room bungalow on Jeweler and
ii t expense of same borne by State and dates for county offices. The ticket lot 60x142 feet, located within three C. A. COLE

w county. will i be the longest the history of blocks of Uroadway, the main business I .
I think county commissioners should .
the county with 123 names and three street, and fn'lone block of Osceola Optometrist
,be made to give bonds the same as the constitutional amendments to it. high! school. Price 1400.
go on
4 officials so that they could be made 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co.
fr; responsible for their acts when done - - -
contrary to laws. A want ad. in the Valley Gazette i
The conservation of our forests and ASK YOUR DRUG- I has never yet failed to produce re-
fisheries should have the consideration suits
: _/of"the best minds in the State before GIST ABOUT II U n I II
: I the goose that lays the golden egg is
v dead. '
I I will help pass a uill permitting Paint. .

I city and without towns legislative to amend aid.their charters There in a New Remedy that Takes I Paint Paint PainPaint. Paint Paint Paint ,

'. the Place of Calomel Recommended ., ,,
... By the authority of the State the -
'people are taxed to such an extent aad Guaranteed by .
'that on January 1 last there Bras near-
ly 11,000,000 of surplus on hand which the Druggists. '
was loaned to the banks at 2V4. per 4a
) cent interest. This is not to my liking I ROSS GRAVES'' ..

Y. and I shall try and reduce the tax The Kissimmee Drug Co., drug
. levy so that the State will have much store never sold a remedy that ...
i less to loan out. more complete satisfaction than Dod- "The Store that Appreciate Your Trade"
r : For the school funds (more than son', Liver Tone-a mild vegetable
I' "r 51,300,000)) to be loaned out by our remedy for constipation, sour stomach
i State authorities at 3 per cent inter and lacy liver. .
est.and any schools in the State suffering Folks who have suffered for years
. : for want of funds, and paying other than resort to dangerous cal-
"!<. twice as large Interest'fo the use of omel have found that after one trial S. W. P. Paint BUY Kyanizs Varnishes
their needs seems to me a poor busi that this pleasant-tasting vegetable I
".proposition, and if it can be done,, liquid gives them'a long sought relief S THE For Floors, Interior Woodwork
+ II-, I will either get a larger interest forK without. bed' aftereffects Known the World Over and Furniture
State funds or divide it out among the Dodao '. Liver Tone is guaranteed .ca BEST S.
i1. counties: as per assessed valuation. by the Kissimmee Drug Co., to he a Q"
+ tl. When the funds of the State are safe liver stimulant and to be absolutely IT IS ECONOMY r-
worth but 2V4 per cent interest, the harmless- without bad after-
. school funds but 3 per cent interest, effects. You dill find many persons
y the banks pay mostly but 4 per cent in this locality who have tried it and
r ''j interest on loans, city and county every user will speak a for Mission Stains AT Alabastine Wall Coating
j bonds but 6 cent then the Ittlliven.
per legal Dod on'. Liver Tone.
41r up a 'i
'!. The Stains with reputation .It is the Best
: J,interest 8 per cent is too high and torpid liver and makes you feel fresh,
'" Should be reduced 6 per cent. healthy and clean.
... _' >: "I will vote for a national income tax The price of a large bottle is 50 '
- 1 >till. cents-money hack if not pleased. The '
>:4 .will vote for United States Senators success of Dodson's Liver Tone has ROSS GRAVES '
?' to be elected. by the 'people. brought many medicines into the field .' 13;
<' J .i :I wiU introduce and try to pan an that Imitate its claims and some have a TIU Star that Appreciate* Your TrmJ" ;
Inheritance tax bill; ". names very similar and _packagesame t r. yr c
;c ;4 f will introduce-and try-and pass a color, but remember Dod.on'. /
"State tax commission bill. Liver Tone is guaranteed by the Kl- '
j, ,1 I will work and vote to have county simmer Drug (;o., who will give you. Paint Paint0 ., R! iritf': ".I !Paint Paint I Paint I .',Paint'N a'u l' '
,. SI State taxes MparatecL.. >"ck; .yowtmocey) if yon_want it. .... .. ta
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HUBBARD REPLIES of Mr. Wesley and that he "WH TEVER' IS WORTH '
not make untruthful. state.. DOING

If.jou eat TO. DOCTOR HOLT ments.The., Doctor charges* these. people, DOING ;WELL.-WORTH

,. \the Pentecost), with great igtior- la 'our, motto first, last and all the 'f ...
scholar among thenu In apite.of: this tim If your' carriage, or wagon

'Basenger, Fl'a., Oct:'4' 1912; statement, there are among them Is in our' estimation not worth .the
buy151b . Editor'Valley Gazette: With your ministers of marked ability;.and com cost of repairs,' well tell you ao

permission, I wish to offer'a few TO*J pare ,favorably with others around frankly; if it Ms worth the expense: '
marks in reply. to a sermon of Dr. I them. They are publishing several we will guarantee both: Our estimate .
Holt, published In your issue of Sept. paper. advocating their doctrines; of the coat costs you nothing.. rw

ted Sugar......!LOO. .13.l wish to do so, In defense oi they: have.some as Ane church music you need only, ask.WAGONBUILT .
some people'he has mentioned in his as I have ever heard; their mission
6 gaL Kerosene 011 ........ 66 sermon. aries are going to all parts of the .

. 10 ft' pail Cottolene .__$1 '25 The theDay Doctor Pentecost truly says.were the a-vital eventsof ages world as; they they are.become'establishing able.- In ophan-every 1 I Four:'', times, ; as, much fin-first cost \1

6 pa.. Uneeda Biscuit.-. 25 all-conquering force in the world. On good. work they are going forward to '-and five times as much in 'after 1
of their
the extent ability. To be -4 4cosfyou
that . _
day, .there were 'present men \ ,
6 can Baby. Pet Milk..;_ *25 The from all parts of the Roman Empire. sure LL. ;D.s they among do, not their have ministers D. D..; just and :/are asked to pay'' for !. e
apostles preached and-these men -----
0 cant Potted Ham .?...,.. 26e heard, each In his own language. Her plain these elders.titles. None and they of the were apostleshad called cars no'moref ccmfcrtable, sure or F' ,
seems to be a special both to
8 cans Vienna Sausage._ 25 gift and unlearned. See
Ignorant Acts 'I
speakers and hearers. Do you see? speedy ;Jthanf the VanadumtuiltFord.r .
fourth chapter thirteenth Some
No interpreter was needed, in other ,
1 bottle Prepared Mus- as

ard ____:____ ______ 5- instances of the gift of tongues. No one gifts will present ask why now.we Departure do not see from all A rather eapf'sive): tribute r \
rtoubt the Day of Pentecost wat '
\ bottle Salad Dressing.; .. r 6 chosen, because on that day there only apostolic The and Israelites practice, is when the tojfalse'pride; IEn'tit p' H
would be from all
present men partsof '
1 bottle Little Dandy the known world. These would obedient were miraculously preaervedfrom Runabout r $b2bTouring 1
their enemies but when dis
Pickles _______.______ 5 carry the wonderful news back home obedientthe gifts ; withdrawn.The I "
and the for the of were '
prepare way Carr' -JibO
r 1 Ib Evaporated Apples 15 Christianity. Thus the church was church by a return to apostolic ;
faith and practice would undoubtedly : TO ORDER. .1J '
started on its way. Here we have the Town Gar 800
be the of all these
1 It Evaporated Apricots 20 New Testament church .In its pure recipient .things BLACKSMITHING< AND
again. The scripture' there
condition. We find from 1st Corinthians says These new prices f. o. b. Detroit with .
2 Ib Fcy Seeded Raisins25 should signs and wonders accompanythe
12:28, that certain gifts were
but do not 110RSESIIOLINGISatisfaction all'' mean i iA.
words explain equipment. An early order will\
placed in the church. They for
1 Ib Clovrbloom Butter.. 40 were form they would take. Evidently the
an entirely different purpose from of these and an early delivery. Oet particulars from a;
jerks was one signs
those of the of Pentecost St.
At Paul, in his letter to the Ephesians.fourt.h wonders. They truly were wonders. or' Money Refunded. S. W. Downing agent. Kissimmee, Fla.. ,j
Some men desired to get them that
chapter, beginning at the they might study the phenomena and '.
WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S eleventh verse, says, "And''' he gave to
account for them. Such persons did J.' J. DANNA
and evangelists
some apostles, some not become affected. A: fuller accountof '
and and 'teachers for
some pastors ;
them can be found in the autobio-
the perfecting of .the saints, for the ,
of Peter
graphy Cartwrlght,
a very
work of the ministryfor the edify
noted Methodist minister of the
of the of Christ till all IlllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllGrave
ing we
body ; .
of the last "
come in the unity of the faith, and of part century. , GOOD EATA -
I know nothing of the Holy Rol-
the knowledge of the Son of. God, The question arises, "How shall we Covers and Vaults a Specialty : ,
unto the CHEAP EATA : ,
unto a perfect man, measureof
lers and Howling Dervishes, so have
Phone 250 Quick Delivery have the a statue plain statement of Christ.of Here the use we know by manifestations for the work of QUICK EAT WHITE BRONZE j
nothing to. or against them.
of the gifts in the church. We find the Holy Spirit say ?" We have the key I is what you get at Is the most enduring monument '
in fourteenth of I. Cor.,
the chapter in St. John, 4:1.: I understand this \ y
hat speaking in tongues was edify- to mean that we will find good thingsas Hatmaker's-Restaurant made. Will not get mossgrown.crack :
when Inter- I
individuals and
ing to the fruit of the Holy Spirit, and artistic i
crumble. Is
or more
the church. The Doctor
Democrats!1A preted, to
Narcoossee : the reverse from evil source. We Old Valley Gazette Building
calls on the Penetecost people to pro- must judge by the fruits. Now if and less expensive. ,
meeting for organization of a Democratic duce the same or similar demonstrations we find the spiritual manifestationsamong also any kind of I

Club will be held at the school as those on the Day of Pente- these people now, making Write me and I will call. '

house at Narcoossee Saturday August cost. Let us see. them better husbands, wives, brothers SOFT i DRINKS
The Doctor has said the unpreced- JOHN H. PAYN "KISSIMMEE P. O.ItllMMIIIIIIinilllllltlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII.
afternoon.All sisters and neighbors, shall we
17, 1912, at ;2 o'clock In the ented demonstration on the Day of
Democrats of the precinct are Pentecost, was for the inauguration of- aft.-nbe it to some evil source? ..I.Iws i
Is Satan going about tearing down I . .. .
urged to be present and sign the roll. Christianity as a vital force in the his own kingdom? Matthew, 12:25-26. - -- - '--- -----
I concede this. Would the ,
M. D. TINDALL. world. fives( the result of such a course. - r
Doctor have the Pentecost people re-
Ther are some other thoughts
inaugurate Christianity' ,see no Uft* *BVIKD ICONOMT COO Oast. i ADDass. 'MOO.sTooa"
necessity to Inaugurate something already -suggestedbrtheaermonbutlack and time prevents; further o1'space AN HONORABLE RECORD FOR OVER 2O YEARSG.
inaugurated. These people are
only asking a return to the faith and discussion G. MoCLINTOCK :
I wish by this article to attract AUDITOR 1
Get the HabitOF I practice of the Apostolic church. people's attention to the subject and Wholesale Produce Commission Merchant
the church is called '
SMOKING A In Scripture get them to inform themselves concerning Commercial and Municipal Accounting 3IH North Frost Street. Philadelphia Pa. .
Is the of
REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" the body of Christ, body these! things. SPECIALTIES- \
Christ the same today as in' Paul'stime G. M. HUBBARD. -- SOUTHERN VEGETABLES PINEAPPLES
; or is it different? If it took Incorporated Accountant of the '
all things of which Paul speaks in FOR SALE. International Accountants '

his Corinthian letter, to constitute a Society, Detroit. When you start shipping Citrus fruit mail me the bill of lading and 'J
church, can you constitute one now, I will advance on It. Write for shipping stencil if bare
Sold at all store who want Buy a Good Farm or a Timber Tractin you money you I
I with anything less? The Doctor says none. References: All Commercial Agencies and the trade in general. "010
South Georgia. .
the. best for their cmdomeriLook here who will P. 0 III 177 Hill OlllctKISSIHHEE :
he can bring a man Yours f8speettully' .
Write for booklet of "one
for Union Label. cause all these phenomena by hypno- hundred today Farms and my Timber Tracts for FU. ALLENDALE,1. C. 41-13-pd G. G. McCLINTOCK.. a

tizing people. Very well. I suggest sale." in the banner counties of .

that the people of Kissimmee make Thomas, Brooks,Grady, Decatur and \'
up a purse and bring the man. Let '
Mitchell. Large tracts, small tracts
him take any number he of wicked them. people Let- improved or unimproved, fine levelsandy r n _
anywhere pan get
loam and red pebbly land with
him put them through the performances. red subsoil labor abundant best
clay ,
The Home After they return to their roads in Georgia best cotton land in I is the main gueslion and should always be w'

quit normal swearing state ,show drinking us that and they all other have the schools South and, churches good pure neighborhoods free stone IS THE TITLE. GOOD ?; answered by a disinterested authority.

sins of which they have been guilty and artesian water plenty hog and The TITLE GUARANTY CO.
Bakeryis and have become exemplary Christ- '
hominy saw mill timber turpentine
ians, then I will accept the Doctor's locations cut over lands colonization will search and examine the title to the land which you are adout to purchase; In :'

statement. lands fine stock raising section, City Osceola County, or elsewhere in Florida; and if found to be good ,will guarantee ','" lw ;I'V

being thoroughly overhauled, The kind Pentecost of evidence people all can over producethis South property paying 10 per cent. and you aganslZOs8 by reason of mortgages, liens unpaid taxes and adverse claims ,' ,: :;' II ,>

Florida.' Now let the Doctor with his over.Write It Is our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments In Im-'f,' i nL\\ Ij \,>\\{..
renovated and.,more modernly hypnotism produce the same kind of answer by me, early what mail you describing and I will the perfect titles. We accomplish this by a thorough 1'! search of the records and the Issue"; :. ,, ".i\t\4! t; ,

'equipped to meet the growing evidence. The Doctor says they are preperty which you want. of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of Title.
demand of the public for Its not to be depended on as moral, up- Yours to serve,
right, good citizens, if their emotionsand .
leaders teach them otherwise.No 40-3t W. E. CRAIGMILES Thomasville, Ga., The Title Guarantee Company does a General Abstract Business throughout the State of Florida ;-

BREAD PIES" CAKES one can say that these people have Advertisement. Abstract to City and County Property made and delivered on short notice ;
ever burned any one at stake on ac- I ,
s count of the irreligion, or inflicted any Nice Home Close to Lake. -
We especially invite the patronage other punishment for their belief. TITLE I I GUARANTY J COMPANY 1 1 :
of the ladies of Klsmmmee History tells us that, in the past centuries No. 460-A new 5-room) Cottage, two '
\:: Stock *IOU IKK) 00----- -- -i iapltal
than some of the present day popu- large lots. 50x164 feet each splendid
knowing they will be more lar churches have shed enough bloodto well of artesian water, fifteen\ bearing C'ARROI. D JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary V. R. JUDSON, Treasurer
pleased with our goods.J. float the largest of Uncle Sam's I orange trees. Call and see this proposition TOOMER& REYNOLDS General Counael' '

ironclads. I beleive if the same power. l Price $1.200 Home Office, Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville; Fla. Branch: Office, Kissimmee Fls. nI
II. REED ProprietorThe were given today, the same acts wouldbe SMtf! H. M. Breaker & Co.
LEWIS O'BRY AN. Manager Kissimmee Branch
I '
See lath of
repeated. chapter I ___
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Revelation Furnished Rooms For Rent Cards y.
-- The Doctor thinks to account for for sale' at the Gazette office. s. : .4

I all these phenomena by the !Science -- -,--- ,

of psychology.. The science of psychology .. ., .. .. ._
is all true and right; but in I Ml I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I .M I . - -

market T this case would '1>rove too much. If \.
best sign for a meat
1 it by self hypnotism, can account for
I the spiritual manifestations of the
present day, will it not account for Buy your
QR A? aec ? I them in the days of the apostles? If

'I' the Holy Spirit moved men to a bet-
I IV ter life in apostolic times, can we
-i: properly say some other agency is
doing so now The Doctor says these
things ceased at the death of the apos- J.
: tles. There is no scripture that so ..
i teaches. John Wesley, the founder of .
I Methodism was a believer in 'mirncuJI
i I lous powers in the church J. E. '

i White, in his work "Past, Present andI
i I Future," quotes Mr. Wesley, as follows 1
: "By reflecting on an odd

u | book, which I had read, 'The General
1 Delusions of Christians, With Regard Whiddeh
3 .JNumerous I to Prophesy,' I was fully convinced
; |II of what I had long suspected-First,
customers that the Montamsts of Second and
Third centuries were real scriptural h

Christians ,and secondly, that the &. Co. .
We endeovor to wait on you grand reason why the miraculous (

gifts were so soon withdrawn was, .
just as promptly as possible I not only that faith and holiness were

well nigh lost, but that dry formal, .""
THE BEST MEATS orthodox men began to ridicule what- : and .
ever gifts they had not themselves, you want to look'at or buy the cheapest Farm Implements in town ;t

and to decry them all, as either mad-
HONEST WEIGHTS men or imposters.-Wesley's Jour- : get a for the-money, just drop around to the Osceola Hardware Com -i'pony.

nal, vol. 3, 496. ., .
p. '( ,
and LOWEST PRICESare Mr. White says that Mr. Wesleynot guaranteewith Good goods big values square dealings.. a.
only defended, from the Bible the

worth a short wait oc- doctrine of the perpetuity of spirit-
ual gifts, but quotes at length from : : them. -'. ,
cassfonally the "Fathers of the Early Church "

to prove that the gifts continued long .
BUTIt after the time of the apostles. Here ;i.v.

are some of the quotations. Justin In the State

,will be no 'longer than necessary Martyr, fifty years after the deathof "
the last of the apostles, wrote, Bank Bldg.

here I IRULL "There are prophetic. gifts among ua "
even till now." Irenaeus testifies to Osceola Hardware Co. *> :

the raising of the dead by fasting .
BASS and joint supplication ot the church. f 'We ato do I' .

Orign early in the Third century ,. .., .
: Neat Shoe Repairing !' l.
testified to Christians foretelling ;
:!l MARKET 'I events and healing the sick. I think f .

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yirfiYllalt Yt t'i !Yt Y1 Ytx'A'.fiYtYt! Yt YtYt'fi. !Yt 't Yt'$i' !fififi! $'Yt'. 'It!fififififi! ! $ Yti $, PASTIME. : STARTS' v l', !

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p l' BABY Classified. :
!:Ii' x l ..CONTESTPRIZES '. "LJ

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w S evGood Reasoii&i i Adv rlxrmeB are..tmmerttt, ...... ,, head a. the rate .( Five : J

.,.!Ii. .. 'L" -'- YiIi .. .. . .__ WILLiE...._.. ...:.__ .:.GIVENJTO THE, .'" _,' . tsemtm..Per_UM._ For: ..Ea.... _.._rU.... "r- ..-1'

i, ; '. Why It Would Be To. NUMBER.' OF "VOTES.The FOR) SALE FOIL KENT '

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all managers of*.the Pastime theater } -: FOR SALE-Pair mares, weight 2600.J. FOR RENt-EIght room furnished "
+ ;! have arranged for possibly' the W, MIller 85-tf house, two blocks from Broadway. ,..

'x- Your Advantage To 5 I biggest and most interesting attraction Immediate possession Box 437. .;I
: ever introduced in Kissimmee FOR SALE OR RENT-New housein City.. 41tf ;!
Beginning Monday next and continuing Lily's 'addition; also nine-room 't
: $ I until November first, they will house on, Mabbette street. Enquire FOUR NICE ROOMS for rent. All F': .
j .. Clothes From Us 1 i' conduct a baby show contest. Already lock box 623, Kissimmee. 42-3tp" modern conveniences :'Address J. .
a x n Buy some twenty babies have been T. B. P. O. box 276. Kissimmee 41tf --4i
all entered and slides are being made oft i FOR SALE-Central Fish Market; i

il, all ;i their photographs,) which will be', good paying business for small investment DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til ,.:
y; shown upon the screen each night. ;/sickness of. owner reason ler.FOR. "
$ The contest is open to all Kissimmee for selling. Enquire Jno. Saunders t

$ y; babies, two years old and under, and Kissimmee. ,41 tf RENT-Five-room cottage ,IIubI -
the managers solicit every eligible I sale. Ask Mrs. Summers.
y; ject
{: t !Ii baby in Kissimmee. FOR SALE-$8600 will buy a valuable I 41 tf. .

,. y; I A number of valuable prizes will S property in the heart of Klssim- .
be given. Each slide will be numbered : mee, now paying about 14 per cent I
!Ii' FOR RENT-Two modern Hats with
: on the above amount. Enhancingin
and tickets each I
coupon given par
!Ii Clothes and have used y; After the slides value every day. H. M. Breaker all city conveniences. Apply at the
A' I. We carry only one line of Ready.Made I tron. seeing through Gazette office 20-tf
& 39tf
y1 in selecting this line. Y;: each person is allowed to mark the : Co. ______ _____ y -
great care I
I : number upon the coupon of the baby
t., / !Ii' I they wish to vote for. At the con- FOR SALE-Seventy-five acres high I FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story store ,l
clusion of the the class pine land. Ten dollars per building on Brack street, North KIs-
manufacturers anxious their contest baby re-
!Ii 1I. Naturally the best were to place Y;
ceiving the highest number of votes acre. Adjoining land, inferior, now simmee. II. C. Stanford. 29-tf

1 x line with us. Y;I will be donated $5 in gold by the selling at twenty per acre. I 1V4

) I aft y; management The baby receiving the miles from railroad. No agents FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat
next highest number of votes will Box 431, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf with all city conveniences. Apply to
but merchandise and
Ill. We handle nothing reputable guarantee
aSt' I receive a go-cart, donated by Ross W. B. Harris Gazette office. tfi
I' a. everything we sell to be as represented. Y;I Graves. The next a nice willow childs FOR SALE-Fine large guavas $1.00 i i .
t rocker, donated by the Osceola Hardware per crate R. G. Haskins, Winter : FOR RENT-About 3 acres of ground

": I b Co. The next, one dozen photographs Haven, Fla. 38-7tpd !, and a 5-room house, convenient
I IV. Our fine goods are made by the celebrated Master Tailors, I donated by the Wlider studio; for trucking, raising chl.kelald: \ .'

I SCHLOSS BROS. & CO.;of Baltimore, New York and Baton YiI the next, a gold ring, Or bracelet, do- FOR SALE-480 acres of pplendid handy to school and church. W.
J x nated by C. A Cole, the jeweler; the land within 2V4 miles of the city also have Home splendid trucking
( 5Ii There' none better. Yi next a pair of shoes, donated by II limits, convenient to another rail- land for rent that have no house
'r} . C. Stanforit Co.; the next a baby's way station and marl road. This with them. Nelson Realty Co., Kis-

:; t', 4 V. We mark our garments in plain figures and charge everyone.lake. 91fi ; hood, donated Store by; the C. next W. Dann's a baby's Department property pine land is and excedingly will be cheap iispOHeil good of simmee, Fla.FURNISHED' .

'i : hair brush, donated by the Kissimmee on favorable terms of payment ROOMS for rent cards
VI. We have hundreds of satisfied customers and are gaining new Drug Co. These are all prizes worth Nelson Realty Co., Kissimmee, Fla. for sale at the Gazette office.

91 while, and will be displayed in the -- - - "
t :. !Ii ones every day. Yi windows of the donors. BOARD-I have opened my house for FOR RENT-Several small tracts of

I A box will be placed at the door the winter season, and am ready to excellent trucking land, some with

VlI. The prices are $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.00, $25.00, so you !fi where every number will be depositedeach take boarders. either transient or splendid flowing wells, can be hadon
regular. accommodations.. shares! of or cash rent as
.... :II Yi night as you return from the Splendid crop
can get just the one you want. theater. The votes will be counted $1.60 a day; special rates for regular desired. NELSON REALTY: CO.,

: y; Yi each day and the standing of the eight boarders. Mrs C. V. Bearden

s ,; < ,. Vill. You can get fitted better now than later in the season. leading ones shown upon the screen. Opposite Court House. 41 tf :MIKCELLAXEOUS:(
\\.t..' 91 each night. ---_..,---- -.. --, -
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Bring your baby's photograph. If FOR SALE-At 'a bargain; :i5 reinforced WADE, the tuner Orlando. yfaj you havn't one, borrow one, and get cement fence posts and! Ocypresf .. ,
I -- -- --- -
91i into this contest. fence posts A. B .Jarrell, ;
r KiRSimmee MEET m<- at I\IHMlmm Drug Co. and
At Drug (Jo
i 95; Yi we will get a drink of the best soda
---- --
LIST OF NEW BOOKS water made 31-tf
5fi 91i __ FOR SALE-I am going to close out -
my entire store and tork; at a low JOIN OUR COOPERATIVE"COLO: -

FOR PUBLIC LIBRARY figure, consisting(' of $r><(1> 'in showcases NY, located near Tampa on S. A. L.

$40 refrigerator, $2:!:,> peanut Kailwa.Members. get land at a
.r--; IH. C. STANFORD co. 1 1u roaster, $40 cash register< ; S-iOO fraction of the usual cost. Large

IMPROVEMENT. SOtlKI\; MAKES worth of fresh to'kall to go for number of allottmens taken, and

$200 including counters shelving, new town building For information -
SELECTION FOR IIIKIK I etc Call and look it over 1\1. address N. R. White, St. Cloud
J PURCHASE Calamaras North end Broadway 1 It Fla 409pdORDER I
I i x KISSIMMEE x I I ,-, -
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, !fir FOR SALE-At a bargain Ten arcefarm YOUR trees at once from
ali Following is a list of books selected new three-room house, chicken Griffing Bros, W. H. Brokaw, salesman -
.. :95: Yi for the library: house all new fenced with hog room No. 1, State Bank Bnild-

.b f' alt !alt !all!aht"i !Ii Yi!Ii i !Yt !Ii !Yt !Ii i Yi alt !Iili! yi! !Ii !a1i9'1 Yi 9"i! !alt alt !Ii tli; !afi ali Yi; a.I'i; !ali: Y; tli; !y1: !Ii YiYi !Ii Yi!Ii "Their Barbary Yesterdays Worth," ""The"The1 Calling Winningof .ol mile wire,from 3 ,4 acres Orange in Center cultivation ten,miles one ing.: 40tf-

Dan Matthews," "The Shepherd of the from Kissimmee; two lots in Orange
Hills," "That Printer of Udell," by Center, two blocks from postoffice

t Orlando Tuesday night, October 15th Harrold Bell Wright; "A Romance of all for $500, $350 cash rest easy Improved FarmsFOR
: AUDUBON SOCIETY There will be exercises Tuesday night, STROUP JOINS THE Billy Goat Hill," Alice" Began Rice; terms. Owner Box 8t!!, kissimmee f< ,
and "The Whit Shield, Myrtle Reed; Fla. 42-tf pdlt
morning the Postern Gate FlorenceL. ----- --- -
afternoon'l DOWNING REALTY CO. "Through SALE BY
and closing Wednesday
Barclay "The Voice," Margaret FOR SALE-17 acres of lanJ ad-
RETURNS THANKS workers will then to Kissimmee for
go there I Deland; "The Just and the Unjust" joining the city limits splendid fiacre -
and continue
t Vaughan Kesler; "The Trail of the bearing orange prove, all good
through Friday, spending/ the same MISSOURI, MAN COMES TO SET- Lonesome Pine," John Fox Jr, "A orange land but about 5-acroi. Mrs.SummersTwenty
amount of time as they did at Orlan-
Girl of the Limberlast," Gene Strat- -which ill lower ground. ;;, very rich
da. On Sunday maiming the cam- -
JUDGE BELL and fine for
ton Porter; "The White Mice, Rich- < tnickmg;
will be opened at Lakeland, ,
paign FAITH IN THE TOWN. and This
: ard H. Davis; "John Marvel, Assist- farming. property canbe I
continuing there till Monday night.
ant," Thomas Nelson Page "The Rosein had at a banrain price and on
.. ;
the chief feature of the :
Monday .0.-
'I FINE-a; favorable terms f We
..... .; NEGRO SHOOTING day will be laymen's work. Not only the Ring, George Barr" McCutcheon have other)desirable payment. ,, ,acres, two' miles from KU- '
from the northern part of the district, Frank A. Stroup, of Novinger, Mo. ; "Red Pepper Burns, Grace S. many propositions simmee! six acres jn cultivation "'
tj ; a. I
BIRDS OUT OF SEASON AND that Would like to chow
: : /,;, has come to Kissimmee to andhas Richmond; "Going Some, Rex Beach! we few
.t, but from all over it, laymen are invited live bearing fruit trees and. variety
'. '' 'i/oK'j/ ,!:, q' IS' entered business of "The Little Shepherd of the Kingdom to parties, are looking-for sn ,
; 'JUDGE'S ACTION member of
i ;:f'\,1 jto come and take part, and hear'the as a '! excellent location where they can I small trees; good well; four-room '
Come Fox Jr. "Red
the ;
t : PRAISED. addresses. Pastors throughout Downing Realty Co. fine citrus fruits house; some stock and farming im- \.
t' the district are urged to see that a Mr Stroup and his family are at Thomas Nelson Paige; "Freckles, and grow have advantajrei' of high school plements; nice 'chicken park, with
I the home Of Dr. S. W. Gene Stratton Porter; "Rebecca of
large representation of laymen are Downing until I coops, only $2,500.
and good churchas. Nelson Realty
their home at Fish Lake Sunny Brook Farm, Kate Douglas
is completed Ten acres fenced with
The Gazette is in receipt of present. Wiggin "Pardners," Rex Beach "Ad- Co.. Over Citizens': State Bank kis- hog proof
Valley Mf is ; ;
Stroup ire-four
Rev. John S. Jenkins of Atlanta, a young manwith > ; planted in sweet potatoes
simmee, Fla. ;
t; the following communication from I Missionary Secretary of North Geor- abundant energy and he has the ventures of a Brownie, Miss Mulock; two-room house; good well near city.
Miss I. Vand( rpool, of Maitland, wilj' be the chief speaker a t all greatest faith in the future of this "Little Lame Prince, Miss Mulock; ---- -- --- I'rice$1.200.\ .
gia FOR SALE- Lot 6 block 24
in consisting -
Florida Audubon "Little Lord Francia H.
of the Fauntleroy,
secretary section The
I Novinger Free Press Five
places Mr. Jenkins is making a acres three in cultivation
of 5 I) acres shown in KIB ; ;
,. as
Burnette of the
"Polly Hospital
J Society: '- --- ( of him: ; '
specialty of Mission work; hag cam- says rue-room house beautiful l
simmer Land Co. Plat of ; yard; good
Valley ,
Jo Favors of the Montague "Of Staff, "The Following of the Star,
a negro paigned the entire conference in all the men that ever lived in well ; .$1,200.
,1 section, was tried before Judge Joseph I. there Florence Barclay; "The Carnival" Kissimmee Park. Price $250.
which he is a member; is consideredone never was Ten acres, all cleared and fenced
Terms to J A. ;
of Ocala for shooting quail out "David Harum, Edward N. West purchaser Wrigley,
Bell who
of the strongest missionary one was a better all around citi- Newnan ",ix-room house stable and outbuildings
Bay and Jacksonville -
of season, and was fined $100 and than Frank cott -
speakers in the church; and will come zen A. Stroup. Mr. Fla. 42-4t. ; about 2Mi acres bearing grove,
,: costs. In sentencing the prisoner aflame for the great work in our Stroup was a man of much public mostly orange; about one-half mile
i Judge Bell made it plain that he would I State. spirit and ability to carry out the Laymen Meeting Sunday.Laymen's FOR SALE-dood; ten-room house;; from railroad station. Price, $2,000.
I .'t not be lenient, with violations of Besides Rev. J. S Jenkins, the pre- projects which originated in his fer- meeting will be held at suitable for boarding or rooming; Ten acres fine land; three miles
Marion county's game laws Rev. J. 'R. the tile brain. Straight in character, rich 3pm. Sunday at the Methodist from *
? siding elder. Cason bath and toilet, good barn; lot, 66 poHtoffice; hog-proof fence;
a. The recent, action of Judge Bell of the Lakeland charge, Rev. in experience, amply qualified he was church, led by" the president. Subject x150 feet.five; minutes from depot. food well ; two-room house, five acres.
a as recorded in the above item, which Faster Jenkins and others will take not only a man among men but a "Works, Deut. 10:12.: All men Two new cottages city water and cleared, one plowed; two dozen chickens -
A appeared recently in the Times Union, part. Mr. H. D. Bassett lay leader natural leader of men and boys earnestly invited to attend. sewerage; vacant lot on paved and $75 worth of new furniture
has called fo.the many expressions for the district is expected to be present "Not only U the above true, but G. F. PARKER, President. street, 66x160 feet. Four acre I' L'/4' miles from city limits:. onlv S50Ja
: of satisfactton om sportsmen and all part of the time. Other prominent mole, he numbered his friends by the orange grove, 200 Jarge, bearing cash T--
interested in the protection of Bob laymen will be asked to take. partin extent of his acquaintances, for to be ,Keep Your Eye on "PinecresL"Watch trees, 4 miles from town. Also 500 Five acres, two miles from court

1g White. Especially does the Florida the work. c. ,. acquainted with him was to be his the sale of lots in this new acres of fruit and truck land one to house; hog-proof fence; a garden .f
the mediumof
Audubon Society through This campaign is especially designed friend and he your friend. Frank A resident sub-division, "PIN ECREST," three miles from town. Call on or : peas and sweet potatoes; four-rowm.
the president desire to publicly Bell acknowledge to be of help to the local church. Stroup was a genial gentleman" full which has only been on the market a address. H. N. Bratton, Owner.41tf: ,i house; 1 mule and wagon, farm implements -
: its thanks to Judge Many matters of local interest will of 'vim and life, looking forward to few days, with the record of SIXTEEN I, household' furniture; $700{
lot his timely action. Since its or- be discussed, and every aid will be the best of everything for his State, lots sold the first TWO days. FOR SALE-2 h. p. International. cash

ganization the Society has distributed given to those inclined to work. County, City, friends and himself. A These lots are on a high elevation Harvester gasoline engine, in good Thirty-five acre, six miles from
forth the value
many leaflets setting dozen men of like public and privatelife of the order. Will sell at Kissimmee five
affording a splendid view city, running a sac ; acres bearing grove,
of this bird to truckers and farmers. Fall Openings.The would make any town on the face and are offered for the next thirty daysat rifice if taken at once. Apply at 'twelve acres in cultivation; six-room
1 And we feel encouraged to know that season.. has arrived when our of the earth a good town in whichto prices.ranging from $70 to tlOO, on'' Gazette office. 37tf I house, cheap barn; $3,500
in late years this bird so highly val- merchants will display the live. terms of : Nine hundred
I + many very easy payment. I acres on which is .a,
ued as a table delicacy has largely pretty things they purchased whileon "We shall miss him. His place m Secure one or two ot these deeir ble FOR SALE-A splendid 2-story fine eight-acre'trove, sixteen yeatsold
l increased in numbers It is to he Novinger will be hard to fill, Only a before the is build house
their trip to the eastern marketsa lots price advanced with porches and It rooms. I bearing'orange and rape fruit
hoped that the officials of other coun- few weeks since, and our advertis- few such men are born and none are you a home and stop paying rent. See 67 H feet of ground by 1471W. Excellent real orange Jand; only $30 per acre.;

t Judge Bell and so earn the gratitudeties ing columns this week carry a storyto ever able tQ acquire such enviableposition us regarding price and terms place for a first class room- I Forty acres! ; fifteen acre grove,

will follow the example set by the ladies of wonderful creations I among his fellow men. Yet 36-tf H. M. BREAKER: & Co. ing and boarding house. Come, let orange, grape fruit, tangerine, .
.of sportsmen and all who love BobWhite in hats and ladies' suits to be foundat with all of_this he was neither vain us show you this property, we I peach, peach, pear, lime, lemon ,I'

; M. Katz's and Dann's Department nor proud, he was just common every WE-Have hated some of the most desirable I will introduce you to the owner I loquat, guavas, blackberries andgrapes
I MRS. I. VANDERPOOL Store and the latest hats day Frank Stroup. He loved his with 'whom deal ask
things in the both you can direct ; the price..
on I
Secy. of F. A. S. at Miss Bandy's. Both the styles and I friends and the parting from them city and property county, which market at Nelson Realty Co., Kips.inmce, Ha Five acres one-half' mile from
I the saddest and hardest for _.
quality of goods carried by these dependable was part the lowest prices to be obtained. '- court-house; modern eight room
houses are the equal of any him to bear. We had known him only There is of house, large barn 300
,4 MISSIONARY WILL no padding prices by us 11 ANTED: ; $3, one-half
I to be found in the great centers, and about fourteen months, but we count- every piece of property sold at exact cash.
our ladies have long since ceased to ed him our friend and we are his Seventeen
: price placed on it by the owner. acres; five acre bearing-
/ 4 :" BE HEARD HERE send abroad for any part of their I II friend and we discerned the tear that Write us your requirements and we I EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPERoffice grove; eight-room house, barn chicken -

.i I I wardrobe. The dates of the different I II stood in his eye. as he said farewell. will do our best to please you, by : man and' typist, wishes employment park, flowing well; balance of land
V i I openings will be found in their several I The Free Press will keep him postedon showing just the kind of property you. Moderate salary acceptable can be cultivated or cut in city lots I
BAND OF WORKERS TO BE AT advertisements. the progress of Novinger and the desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf Address, "Office Man," I just ask the pricen.Twentyfive ;; T
doings of his friends. care of Valley Gazette. 41-2tf> (
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;y METHODIST CHURCH "The K. of P. boys gave an infor- $1,200. Three miles out. \ I

i NEXT WEEK. mal reception' in his honor the night WANTED-At once, an Incubator, 50 Have also 320 acres in Geary
I before he left. What we have lost to 250 eggs capacity, must be in county, Kansas; eight miles from
Election Night Smoker i his Kissimmee, Florida, home has DANCING CLASSES" good condition and at a low cash county seat; 100 acres in cultivation the i
gained. But we live in hopes that he price. Box 673 Kissimme 39tfWANTEDWashingor balance ;
r. Thursday evening and Friday of pasture and land
ha7 ; !leven-
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will under of I
decide '
that direction
finally Novinger.Missouri I
next week special services will be held FIREMEN'S HALL room house, barn, ; art excellent:
at the Methodist church. Full and complete is best place on earth and MRS. J. D. WOODBECKat plain sew stock farm at acre. 'r'

(Rev. John S. Jenkins, of the North I NATIONAL STATE and LOCAL come wandering home in due season." ing to do, by white woman.. Last Have ten $40Jir 1 cleared partly -4.

Georgia Conference, will be the principal ELECTION RETURNS FIREMEN'S HALL house on Verona street, west. 42-1p I in cultivation; about 100 bearing 1I 1-

speaker, and he will be assisted Holy Communion. A REFINED LADY would like orange trees; six-room house, barn, i4:'f

:1. by others who are prominent in the SPECIAL WESrEiiU.IO. WIRE There will be the Holy Communionat Monday Evenings" > 7:30 to 9:00: good ,position or work of any kind.a arM n yard, ete.; to exchange- '1

.S .ork. direct to Hall. j the Presbyterian thurch next Sun Thursday 7:00 to 8:30 Add.ess box 98' Kissimmee, FJor- residence. ,. 1.I 1.
a I (The account of the itlner'ary Cigars Pipes and Tobacco and. day morning at 11 o'clock. Every LESSONS nmr CENTS EACH dt 42-1-tp I I
k { .. of fOUr speakers is taken from they !j RefrMhments Served. *. member should try to be present All f!
.' 1 Florida n Advocate: MUSIC AND SPECIALTIES Christians abiding in the fellowshipof Private Instructions if desired at LOST-Ons jeweled Phi Delta Pheta Mrs

5'_The missionary: campaign in the Tickets $1.00 .. His church are moat.cordially invited special rates. fraternity pin. If returned soluble Mary Summers ,
v? :upper end of the Bartow District, referred I to come and partake with us, reward will be paid.- C. A. Carson. r,\, ,

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