Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 24, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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. (less than three to the one thousand |r I \ i_ I put week and have been shown their ,

..OUR TRUCK..GARDENS inhabitants.. . I Iengaged '' ,., lots and tracts and are"generally wail EXCURSION 'ARRIVES#
We Extend You:WefcomeIv. ,
The following is a partial( Ijitof those Excursionists) ( satisfied* with their purchase. .

.vegetable growing in this k ", Mr,, Henry' W. Dale, :.the contractor,
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Experts Say They Are the finest. to city and adjoining its limits,. and what. /I ............. I I. preparing to: bulk!a handsome bun. More' Than Two Hundred People

Be Found,Anywhere In the they at present have planted;: To the :Excursionists Now In Our Midst: < lQW. and has part of tjhd materialnow ,1 ,
,. ,T.;k., Speer, & acres-tomatoes, eggplant Osceola oit-thegr'ound. H., and Mr. Baas from the North. and West( Visit
The whole people of extend 4 hearty .
most
you
Entire South... cucumbers, eauli ower.1) < county have contract for quite a number of TGssimmee and st. fooud.The'sxeuralone .
f I' welcome; and hope that'your stay among us will be as pleasant to" 9'' . .
"VChas. O'Berry Si acrea'ggplant;; .. .* house to be built a* soon a* possible, '"
Much has been written about the sweet peppers, lettuce.: /0' you a* it will to our people: Mrs.,M.'E. ,Reed, proprietor of the .. .

wonderful Increase in acreage .plantedin I ,',,., P.'. Hansen 6 .acres-tomatoes, You are'now in what w: believe, to .,be the fairest *ection.of Hotel St Cloud, has arranged for'the I' which leftJrVashlngi.ton '. ''

garden truck this season over last, ] snag bean, potatoes. this'most favored state, 'as here you will: find,the.lowest death rate\ erection of a large tent in the oak grove Cloud and reached Cincinnati this on the 21si for St... .
city at noon on 'y ,
but it Is impossible to convince personsof J. A. O'Berry. 8 'acre.-eg&' lant", : across from the hotel, and will establisha 4'
irt the United States, a climate that Is Unsurpassed for equablenejss, terday with two'' hundred
something ,over -
the growth in that fine in and around sweet pepper Overhead. irrigation isused. quick lunch room In"It'which.she'intends ,
Elsslmmee unless they"were acquainted both winter7and'summer' on this continent soil that will producemore to continue Indefinitely, serving persons,aboard,' a party numbering '.
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. :with this section prior to twelve months J. F. O'Berry 9 acres-eggplant, abun'dantly'of' fruit land vegetable* than that of "any other, lunches, cold drinks,, lea,cream. etc. : fortl-two having' arrived on the. .';'(

'J celery cabbage. Partly tiled. ,- portion of.the south, and people that are noted for their hospitality This should provo a great convenienceto early under morning the escort train of.Mr.from Waahinton the .
Porter
Up ,to. within two years back there .A, D. Gilbert, f acre-onions. and generosity and whose moral and. intellectual standard is of the\ many who do not care for a regular aonal representative of Senator Lynn par
were not.all told five acres utilized for R. D. Driggers |'acre-tomatoes.L. 'meaL B. E. W. : "t\'
the highest, president of the Seminole Land and Investment
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Jones lettuce.
trucking purposes in this immediate . J. 4 acres-,celery, -
locality for other than hornet, use, but :riled throughout.i The people of this city and county know no north, no south, no FLORIDADHIBITS( Co.< ,

now our city; is one veritable vegetable i .. L. Beaman 1J acred--lettuce. east, no west; here a man is valued at what ha is worth'in man When the specialtrain bearing, the; \

'garden, and experts say there are pone D. Rotundo, ?,'acres-celery, lettuce, hood, honesty and' integrity-not by the cut .of 'his clothes\ ,. the excursionists were 'greeted arrived with "at the-the straips depot,of they a:: "
be found the entire south. tomatoes cabbage potatoes, sugar !
finer to in ,
amount of money in his pocket, or* the state from which he hails. Attracting. Much Attention at the number of patriotic airs rendered by
It was not until this paper repeatedly cane. /
:You ''are welcome,:Ulrica, welcome to midst and -all the Kissimma Concert Band in a ,most '
called the' attention of our people to the G.X_ ; Woodall, 4i acres-eggplant, our, We Angola Ind. fair I

fact that the soil hereabouts was peculiarly tomatoes, snap beans, lettuce, celery; trust that there-is not one among you but who will consider himselfin The following Jstter/rorn' Mn J 1 F!, creditable showed manner.their appreciation Many of. the* of visiiitors the 7 I

. adapted to the cultivation of vegetables Nearly all tiled; the house of his friends Shuman at Angola;.Ind.;regarding an cordiality of their ,reception and '

that those owning tracts of landin H. Fleming, J2| aci-es-eggplant.- potatoes We are honored by your pre.enee. and are yours: to command.Kissimmee's exhibit of the products of r this section yent to. their enthusiasm In hearty gaTe.
and adjoining our city began experimenting All tiled. sent him by Mr.'W; ,L. Van Duzor of i the'accompanlmarhof. the q
in, truck growing and their G. B. Lawson, 1 acre-eggplant. cheers, to :
this city for exhibition at the fair being airs of "Yankee Doodle" and
success was so great that now hundreds G. E.(Takach, 3 acres: -lettuce, cel- held in Angola,'is self-explanatory stirring. Dixie" .
have engaged In the Industry, and every ery." All tiled. : 'Angola,'Ind.. '.1city..but..a..ahort..tIme.aofq
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week ground heretofore unused is being W. A. Nelson 2.acres-lettuce, eel Honor Roll Mr. W L Van busor, Kissimmee. Fla. The excursionists. remained: In this 44

,_ put in condition for planting a crop this ftry. All j- .My Dear Van Duzor-"ireeeIvedthe;:[ an.to..St. '
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fall\ and winter. Nick Rouero:3 acre.-tomatoea. celery fruits and .vegetables for' exhibit 'in Cloud, where ample accommodation '
We have on former occasions men- lettuce good shape. The clusters-of fruits are had been ''provided 'for;: their comfort ,
lettuce cel Partial List of Those Who Are for the' but today quite a numbir returned bera\ '.
tioned some of the gardens In this city Henry Gaulden 2 acres- Responsible fine, and exhibiting some cold'' storage ,"
and told Tn detail what vegetables were and tomorrow the entire-party la expected --
Prosperity Our City is Enjoying.The oranges in connection, with the or
being raised and what they netted the ery.S.. B. Altman M acrespotatoes.C. . I fruit you sent shows fruit in different to visit us forth, purpose l'1"
owners but it will not be amiss to O. Carroll 6 acres-lettuce, cel- '1 stages of development. Investigating truthfulness of the? J.,

again -cite a few instances of what : following is .a partial list of-our State Bank ot KI8simmee ::. .:" 25 00 i iOllceola I have a ten-foot space in Merchants'and wonderful stories they have read of.w1' !

ground in this locality has been mde ery.Jno.. F. Myers, 3 acres-tomatoes citizens who are aiding with their meansas Hardware Co _, . ;; 25 00 I Mechanics'Hall, and have my booth beautiful little city,on the"north shoiV. ''

to yield: celery lettuce. Partly tiled. well individual\ efforts to make our Kissimmee Lumber Co . . .-. , 25 00 lined on three sides with largo American of, plctursque'Lake'Tohopekaliga. ';
Mr. Ira Wetherby who lives on Mill M. B. Carson 5 acres-cabbage, onions W. B. Makinson Co . . . . . 15 00'' flags. Then I have large, heavy It, was the first trip man-Of the'ax-t1
iard's Island a few miles northeast of Irish potatoes town the foremost inland city in Flori M. . . . : . . . . . . .1000'J. card-board signs In red, white and blue. cufsionists had 'mad to Florida;'and

the city, planted last season a short Bass Brothers 10 acres-eggplant, da. Only a limited number have as yet C. ..Moore . . . . . . . . . 600 These signs! read "Exhibit of Prosper while they have been here, but a day,;? '

three-quarters of an acre in egg plant tomatoes, lettuce, celery pepper o- been, giyen the opportunity of subscrib4ng C. S.Acree . . . . . 0 . . . 200 Colony Co., a colony for Indiana peoplenrthe they are free- to express themselves aa> :
_ 9dj4id--ii11l34 worth -..Hm..neighbor .,tat es. eueumb '.-- ---- 'l --to .th -fund to advf.rtin the.re-: l Er-DJ.eught? r.rn-r r-- great-Klesimmce valleyi W.-L.- completely infatuated with this country"

i Mr. J. K. Hilliard did equally.as well. J-S Stratton. 4 acres-beans, egg- sources, opportunities and advantagesof J. M. Miller-------------------- 600 Van Duzor Klssimmeiy Fla., secretary; and t. more" pmhbta'tbt'who those:*( +

Mr. D. Rotundo last fall broke up one plant, okraT-tomatoes.; I our city.and county, but everyonewill Clay ohn80n. . . . . 0 0 0 . . 6 I 00 J. F. Shuman & Co., Indiana representatives. 'have not, already purchased: prop4.
and a half acres of ground that had In connection With the above list, a I be visited by the committee, and a L.: A; Minx 0. . . . . . . .... . 600 ." arty in this section will do so before rekturning ;' '.

never before been used and which is demonstration garden onducted by a complete list will be published In next. Rose Bros. . . . . . . : . . . 5-00 Both our local papers promise to give north. "
located in this city and not more' than a few of our leading citizens t across week's issuer: -: W. B. Harris . . . . . . ., .: . 5,00 it a nice write-up and the representatives Our citlzena have lived and acted ups

j three blocks from our high school- and from the freight depot, in which'varietle8 man J. M. Willson, Jr . . .*:. . . .$25 00 W. L. Van DuzDr. . . . . . . 10 00 of two Ft. Wayne dailies promiseto to their reputation of being {.the most,',

L planted it in celery, lettuce tomatoes of vegetables are being grown Lee . . . . . . 25 00 Frank Vane Agnew. . . . .. , . 5 00 give us a nice mention. _ hospitable i people on earth showing ev-i ,
and.sweet peppers and says he mark- and which a splendid object lesson- to ,' P. A>Vans Agnew . '_" 15 00 A. B. Jarrell. . . . . . . . . 5 00 The exhibit attracts lots Of attention.The ery kindness and consideration toward, .'
eted over I1,5Wworth .in the first eight strangers as to the possiblities: of this A. S. .Nel5&nv . . .'. ." .- 25_00.- M..J. Hicks.-.-.,-? 500 conris -revelatlon-tp most men, the strangers, and seemed to takf espe?"

-months >, _. section in the trucking line IP-i W. Ward 7> 20 :00 C. F. Prevatt . . . .: . . ...... I 6) 00onegan M heJdeaJaj'reYalent! here. ...that cortLJtannot : clal delight in giving them- --all-''the- In.;'''-
Mr. Raymond L'tler.....who lives fotfi- [Waters A'Carson Grocery-ci-: 25 00I rthur -. . ::: . .0'00. be grown there. The cluster of formation possible.! : '-

miles west of town sold $4OQ. worth of' KISSIMMElTGARDENSThisMagnificent I _. __ grapefruit and the persimmons 'are the The bureau of information established .; .'

tomatoes from three-quarters of-aR acre. subjects of more discussion than anything l b'y the Board of Trade ,has demon- .

Mr. J. F. O'Berry shipped six fulfc>R. The Old Soldiers' on the ground. It is affording me strafed its usefulness/M a. large rumber" . .
is I loads and eighty crates! of cabbage from Property is Placedon \ Colony 'means of reaching a lot of people with of excursionists 'have, visited the, .

-' less than eight acres. I the Market!: in five-Acre Lots. J I II n# advertising matter. ; J;F, SHtTM.ur.c rooms seeking information-on- every-"- '
And we might mention dozens of .. conceivable subject! but Messrs,, Stanford -, ,
I Others who have done as well or better I Mr. J. M. Wilson, -Jr., who for sev- i| Items of Interest Gathered by Our Itep yttative. AGREE and Gilbert pave been equal to the, '
eral months has been engaged in work' HON. C S.
with different varieties of vegetables, emergency having a quick and correct '
out the details sflch as in the New Town of St. Cloud. -
wiiyeying
" but believe the above will be sufficieuw ........ -s answer for every Question asked.'i..,lOf
.. .
aml .
and stree '
layingrout
to"convince the average!: homeseeker ., has placed on'the market one I. , ., Speijks! Entertainingly of Conditions .course we do not expect any.of. :

_that this ,Is a most favored section-in fing ( and thirty five-acre, !! lots in the this Is my'tint effort as corre- ,lationj, Will permit.' At present mail i. Prevailing in This Section' : Trv the excursionists to express definite

$ which to engage in that,industry. addition to Kie immee and known pondent fof' St.' Cloud 'it, may not be. being handled, at Hotel St Cloud. "* **" .* "ti. " opinions of our town and county in the
_'_''':: Land of every; description ,can- .befound'here Klssiitimee Gardens *'. ,' ..>. out,pt place fpr-'me'to say a few'yvorda .'The completion f>t 'Hotel St.-Cloud I: Hops" C. S.: Actee. the present Representative short time.they hav.beenamongqa,but;.
r"- -muck, muck and prairie, Kissimmee Gardens join the city limits as to The pnciplee--which shall guideme. 1 1 has released 'several workmen, whose in the'Legislaturefrom this it is amusing to listen to some of their

hammock and prairie high timber lands on the east, and are bounded on the Your correspondent leone of those'(services are much needed on other .county and who resides about eight remarks. For instance: ,' ne.gentlem n,:
and low marsh lands and all of it will south partly by Lake Tohopekaliga and who have come from the chilly\ north to I w rk. With an adequate supply of miles south of this city,paid ttlVValjey said he had always understood that; alligators '

produce abundantly of fruits vegetables extends south for about two miles. find relief in this favored region, and he building material and plenty of men Gazette a pleasant .call WednesdayV came right up oft the streets ofFlorida 1

and field crops, in fact to such an The canal l which the city hall dug for i. so pleased with Florida that he has no | the number of buildings should show a and during the course of conversation towns and caught, dogs, >while ;
extent that people coming here fiom is the west boundary intention of returning north unless it i rapid.increase in the near future. stated that hs had just returned froman anotheH-emarked! that he thought the,

distant states rarely believe the stories drainage line and purposes the hard road !leading to St. should become necessary. He has, I Mr Updegraff, who is an experienced I extended trip through the southern Everglades"eovM-ed nearly all of. the 1

told them'of the wonderful crops grownIn Cloud runs along its entire length from therefore become interested in this section canner of vegetables and! fruits, has portion of the state. Until Mr. Acree state. One gentleman' ,,in' particular'!
this locality; bufafter a thorough east to west. and is a firm believer in its future built a house on his Jots,and moved his made this trip he had contemplated selling .. wanted to know' 'about malaria,'fevers -. '

* investigation and substantiating those The soil of Kissimmee Gardens it possibilities. Hence he i. a booster,' family'down from the sugar mill. It Is his holding and returning tq his old etc, in this section sold how much "''j'

tales, invariably become. the possessor muck, muck and prairie, hammock ant! not a knockerand_ _every- good ..citizen, ,his intention to commence operations home in Leon county" but_is thoroughlycured !quinine our people,took each day. IIG.: .
of five or more acres. and timber land-a variety present or prospective, should Join : on his ten-acre plot at once s of any desire to make other thanThis he was,;told, that Kissimmee was the It

;''i; r'iyeacres' are all that are necessary prairie seldomfound high in such a limited space,. hands and boost until the objects obtained. Mr. W. B. Makinson has a large corrugated section his> abiding place, '_ He : healthiest, city hV,.the. United' State,.!.'..

.I' for a reaR to own: unless he Intends 'to and which Is adapted to the cultivation 'While particularly Interestedin Iron store and warehouse well says, "Kisaimmee suits me,' and here I. and that there never was, a base- of'mawlarial -I' I

.1'' ': employ:help, for it Is impossible for one of any character of' fruits vegetable St. Cloud yet he regards it as most. under ',way, adjoining the railroad intend to remain until'the end..,.for, this l :'fever;;contracted: here,: he was,:

>p;; person to properly care for THore than or field The land on which Kissimmee unwise policy to knock other places. in witch. It will be completed In a few I la'' the fairest section In all this 'fair completely dumbfoundedand, lmmedi-; '
two acre.'u, from three to, five crops crops.Gardens is locatedVas origi- this vicinity. Therese! room In Osceola days and will le stocked with a full line state, and there are more opportunitieshere ately declared that this place would In ,

,;r- are grown annually on the same' soil nally selected by Mrs R. E. Rose for county"for ',,hundreds of, thousands of of hardware, agricultural, Implements. more possibilities,;more'prospe.. future. be the bom'e.of'"himself( and f anv" "
?. One of Lee main features that makes truck and fruit growlna"whe' he was people live and prosper, and whilewe eta ity than I found anywhere els, and the Uy. 01'

ft:, .truck'gardening 89' remunerative a business associated with the Dlsston Land Co., would like our full share to come to Mr.' Wm. Mellbum of'Milwaukee good Lord' never made. better :people 'There are quite'a number of she eX-I x"'.
f ( to engage in tar is the fact that and it i* today ready for the plow, no St. Cloud, yet we believe that the rival" Wis., has pitched,his tent near Mr. Pe than are found right here In'' Old'0OiL _- euasioniata who have already purchased'."
flowing water can be obtained in almost I clearing grubbing bain j ry betweenvarious' loe ntie. .hould be Lerton'* where he will live until his Ye sire I am completely cured of shares In the St. Cloud Colony,, and hare/ '
or necessary
,." any locality,' besides, the network ,of II Mr.. Willson has ever been'the: friend friendly and that falsehood and deception house is Completed all desire to leave, and expect to:spend come, here with the Intention. ,'of ,remaining ',?:

lakes and creeks so' numerous ,lrt" this of 'that race who once.roamed and hunted should not be employed, divert, Mr. and Mrs: R. G,.Widrig expect to the remainder of my days"in this neigh but those who, are ,traveling ;,
4.t ,
'part'of Florida keep the 'ground sufficiently ! at will over the vast prairies and settlement from one'section to another. move Into the house erected by Mr. C. borhood. .*)i on round-trip tickets will have.to return tin

\, ',. moist, to Insure against failure pitched their! tepees in the dense hammocks Strangers do not know one.town from H. N.wen'lomo time this week. twentv-five daYs; although they will ''riA

in case of long and continued drouth, a of Osceola county and has done another, and a slighting remark made Rev Snyder; pa*tor of.the Kissimmee Wants Specimens for,Exhibition.To ., have sufficient time to enjoy the ..hospitality 1

condition that rarely. obtains In this portion many things to keep alive the traditions about one town may keep some desirable Presbyterianchurch: preached' to a good the People of Osceola County. of the Kissimmee" Board of Trade, 5 5at \'

:t" ". of the south the customs and the beautifuland person from migrating here and settling sited Congregation in the printing office The Kissimmee Board 'of' Trade ha the grand,barbecue and fish fry on !{1
The climatic conditions of this section melodious word: of,'the Seminole somewhere in the parish of this Sunday morning at 10.30. At this meeting established a bureau'of information In October 13th which.is) ;given eompli- .,

.. are such as to preclude the possibility of, language but the, giving of Indian paper.. The disadvantages of this section 'arrangements'twere perfected for this city, the object being to collect and mentary to the Qld\ Soldier colonists "':
..,danger' from frost in winter' or excessive names to the streets of .Kissimmee ,'which'of course it has, are so far the organization of the first Sunday 'furnish Information of every character and all' visitor* \who- honor .our town ,

heat In summer, and the'.shippinj ,. Gardens will be 'the,means of causing outweighed' by Its advantages1-thafe.it school! to meet next Sunday at 9.30 a. pertaining to the resources: poaaibilit' with their, presence on that.da,. J

facilities are unexcelled Kisslmme be- many an-American to look with greater behooves n*. -to leave .them for the m. Mrs_, >. r_Hyre was chosen super opportunities-and-advantages. this :The excursionists;, are .requested, as /J

: "tnintl emainIIDeof the: Atlantic. reverence upon and treat more'kindly knockers to make use of, and they are' intendent.'-' section po......- and- offer to home- are'all strangers, tomak.Jreense-off, _' 7
-+- Coat Line andtbsterminusof both the w"-"remaining" people of"a once to few and so eaally'overcbme that we Rev, Snyder of Kissimmee has been'tentloK seekers and lnvestor ,One of the best the Board of ,Trade's) bureau of Inforj. 'j

the Florida Midland and Sugar Belt proud noble and brave race. The following need not worry about them. near Dr. Hyre's the past week, and irost substantial ways in which to matlon, and 'any knowledge they may' 1 i

Railroads, all three of which traverse .. art the names given the streets; Beginning'on Monday of this week a and improved, his time mskinir- acquaintances convince strangers of the superior advantage seek; pertaining to this ,city or' .county'
some of the< I with their English translation in parenthesis : way among the colonists vf this section U to present to gladly. theme 4 '\
land in the state,,and along the route .sRailroad- he9'" f
: been put in operation, which is a great Wednesday evening of this week a their view specimens of the fruit, vegetables a r ; .
of which are dozens of magnificent convenience. Trams will run throughto large excursion is due from Cincinnatiand Wreck Winston.
I O-shen-aw (otter), In-like-taw (homeor and field crop grown by our at ,
orange and grapefruit groves. Narcoossee and return Monday mornings Washi rgton. The ..'special train t
heaven), Osceola (noted Seminole people therefore I ask that every In railroad wreck which occurred at *
a
There are many other advantage Tuesdays, Thursday and:Saturdays will| direct to St Cloud. :
chief, and in honor of whom our county come arrivingat trucker farmer and fruit grower In the ,.Winston last ',, T'Crippen ..
this town such of the Saturday evening, C. ; .
possesses, as one
u In the. past, while the trains eight. Preparations made.to..eare.tOl'.a11 .
are being
and high school are named), Tallahassee county present the Kissimmee. Board of '
of the moat asset
finest public schools Irvine entire one popular. __
.
,counwtry Monday. Wednesday* and.Friday who andTmake '
brave Seminole chief ,who was-the may come with ---
well-attended ,ja.( Trade pecimeu-otTtheir-prod', asses ;on the Coast tine; and.TExprees :
Churches, three run only to St. Cloud and return their In St. Cloud -
stay a pleasant orte
and friend of MrWlllsonT the. tube
I companion
hunting ucts same placed oicdisplay: ; .killed,,
fraternal order and a higli moral standard It ia i understood that. freight Will be. Mr. G. Fry has ..ixroomhaaae Messenger Rapson jwere
.. of its citizens Es-ta-chat-tee (Indian), Kan put up a 1ri the bureau of Information rooms.; Mr. Crlppenr was well known and popular .,,
but the main factor .1
brought out Tuesdays, Thursday arid on Indiana avenue, which he will .
: ( -.
yuk-saw"Florida), Tua-tee-ou-peJone Respectfully I '
that is .. in Kissimmee where be wss1 formi';
inducing hundreds to
tt come-Jiere of the celebrated clans of ,the Florida Saturday, as heretofore.. : soon occupy. N H. d::: STANFORD I ''
the Belt:and ,
make engineer on' Sugar *
erly :
and
yearly this their ;1\
permanent
'The \
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Seminoles). Running east and wfst newly appointed postmaster Mr Work on the new county road'through i ManagisrBureau of Information.,
_ home. is its extreme haalthfulnesa are Seminole avenue, so named in-hon- EKing has received his>> commis St..Cloud U being pushed, and it will: Midland:5 i [ i* s :

l J' Malaria U not found her lir any forme'l orSaf the .-tn'b4le.and St. Cloud lion and taken up bit duties. It I ia expected -. soon he In good condition for traveL ::1. Mrs. Clay Johnson,ji sister of Mrs: I. Mr. D.;Wopten,moved h>famfly here ,>
l and those coming here with It, l in their that regular pouches will be Table boarders M. weekv .. .
avenue In honor of St Cloud Colony. provided are becoming numerous Mabbette.'returnedXo her home 'at from Loughman this .Wqp.- .
I'I, systems, quickly throw It off, and many for the mall service the latter. at the Hotel\' St. Cloud and.the accommodation Kissimmee Thursday aftaXpending en's many friends 'deeply<',yTDpaOtt.e"'

cases of 'what .was: ,supposed to be Mrs J.:E. ,Moseley of Goha.....peata part'of this week. The amount of mat' of the house are' taxed to couple of week at the Seaside Inn, with him in the .loss .of bee twlfN who-

'chronic rheumatism and indigestion' few day InHhe city on' ber way home matter recently has been sufficient to the: limitunder',the management of, Daytona Beach?: and a week or tnpre' >In; died at Looghmaa abont'wo week ago '
y\ have been cured here in a few months. from DaytonaNrhefe: she_and Mifo guarantee establishment'of money' Mrs M. E. Reed. this city_with Mraj ICibbette andftaW. and was buried'aCl'l.&IDt'BW.-c.m...

FT The annual death rate: In Kissimmee,I. Cecile.had been'spending & few"weeke.. order office!. ,.u aoon.MJthenoUlregtt-h;Numerous investor*:haw,,+arrived:the' 111. .Dayt na GazetteN.Wax. .'.. .'. tarT. tH y,1
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BigBarg ain' in; Items 'of 'Interest t In and! Around have been,With us during the past week t

"'" .. '. ,..*" .Ji That. Thriving Village;. bringing locality:"good..reporflel* rom.thut* .Jioteii," ,' 1.020FF 1 ; -"Z.s

. '. -' ., :;Whittier ii atilt in the bloom of health R; -W, ,(Duck) Simmons was also i 8
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; .....a Home :!L : : and beauty. '' .: Among the visitors aeconyanied by 'anew :" 'A -- ,

Jc. ; :f.. .,, :. Themometer has ranged from 72 to 80 hat ai>4 a top buggy. This proved ". .
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tote" degrees during the past week and potato > that the. ware spoken of has enveloped g ,.
.ov.r.." ...... .. .'... - . ..-.. . .-. -, ,showers have.be en sufficiently numerous some of.our citizens pausing the rest of i
to insure safety to that Important us to turn to the consolation of hope for ; On all-Figured; (
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Lakevllleon the Orange- hog hunting appear to be I A few of our young people have.departed >> "
. 145 acres!Iut Cowhand
; tp,4 on the 'decreasethose, quadrupeds forth east coast but they 'soon 1. .Mulls and ,Silk Tissues Ss
of Seaboard return to our more favored"locality. .,
Belt Hallway, one)mile west having been accorded ahort-season of -
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".crossing and ten mll 1C..from. Orlando: ; ,rest.Our merchants are making preparations -. that there is an attraction in Osceola . ,"
county which,,has a magnetic'influence -
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for the fall trade and the general '001:
nine-room' residence two-story: J tore those who .
over try it long .enou.gbcome to ---
belief Is the of'
that approaching-wav ,, '
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power. People are enraptured -
and barn premises. prosperity so widely spoken of will |I -----1-
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reach us in time to aid them In 'despos- .
'High pine land, suitable for geiiQrar: ing of goods purchased. 'i|{'!and palmettpes uther favorable conditions but our
are enough for
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fanning and fruits. Considerable tim reduced to lighting weight, his portliness :, mate and tropical fruits 4 delight to Katz's

having been somewhat reduced by I I[ the taste This may not be the garden | |
I ber. I the late dry-weather which destroyed a1 '
i 1 '' spot of the world but it is the easiest
part of his tadpole plantation and as place in which to live and grow; fat the
.. . Price 1000. the water had caused his toes to become -'I I! world jean produce. There U not a. '

, .. somewhat tender his scratching single instance of anything like serious ,; .
condition is none of the best. '! NONE RESERVED 1
.. sickness in the community, the princi- i
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: Address 1 on Hunter's Paradise is now open.for ,, pal disease being lazineiyi'\ and that can
. experts. A dear is browsing within its be found anywhere else as.well.

enchanted limits well worthy the skill ,,, The .orange. grapefruit, and lemon. ,
of ouR most noted huntsman. .tree have a splendid growth'of fruit '

- I Our school still appears \progressive. ''on them this year.- O. I. C.. OFF 1-2
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J. S. 'Loveless: I with satisfactiou to the patrons, and., \ Wood For .Sale.Pa .
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Miss Hodge has become a universal desiring to purchase .stove
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KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. To do our instructors justice by calling. J. M. Over-street .
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.. Is called to the new department of .our business j!,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I <>
I $ We will in future be, in Sposition to supply all demands *,
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for GARDEN SEED both in bulk and
Does General Contracting Building' and Furnishes Esti- i
mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whetherit To the = package. Goods the best. Prices the lowest. _
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Give him your rork and it If 1 : Fla. J .
will\ be well and quickly done.IVlSSHTimcC. '
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I Soda Water Coco Colic Ginger Ale and All tha Newest and Best
If you are Interested in securing home in
Drinks Bottted anW Crowned by New !and Up-to-Date Machinery

healthful, congenial l climate, where there. are 'no. 'cold..

//tt > . +v:snaps-\ 'but.where you can, farm continually and:raise ,< GIVE, US 'A ,TFRIAL-.. DERIQtSOll01I0110t70fttxcS
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:j It where you can grow your own oranges, grapefruit !
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Floyd bananas, pineapples. and all the citrus fruits by all KisSIMMEE/ LUMBER CO.

means come to Kissimmee, Osceola County, Florida.If ,

_v __ __ ______widcrrkaalc __ -riy r Ht you desire to invest your money where it will\'

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Acreu/ha8,Ac 6, salkeclkefc--- --az>8c Rough and Dressed
, 1 pal double up, here is the place and now is the time. .-
DEAL FERTILIZERS:
,r: People are reading, thinking and ,talking about the Pine Lumber. .

" CHEAPER AND BEST \! great "Kissimmee Valley" and are coming here and

buyinabaria.ins.. It,is good enough for me and is .
I' GADENEHS-Send for our booklet entitled FLORIDA VEGETA .
',.. BLEB. It contains descriptions of our old reliable general vegetable food. enough for you.. Almost every train comingsouth
formulas and our SPECIAL CROP FORMULAS for BEANS, tit SPECIALTY
. ';TOMATOES. CELERY LETTUCE CUCUMBERS. W T :R34EL. has numbers of people coming here. We came,
t ONS, POTATOES, elA:., and forty-six pastel of practical directionsfor tit I
, ..alelo.r. ba various Crops. Each. article has been revised by a tit met the people, interviewed. them-examined, the soil -
: i luoce"efllljlrow.r of the product taken as hit subject. Seat free pa
. request. .invested,. and are highlypleased.. Many of our DANN'S WAGON WORKSHIGH
i:SEED POTATOES-our Northern grown SEED POTATOES will boirthe . ,
market the latcer: part of October. We are booking. orders I friends have come and bought property. We have ,
now.' Remember that securing the right seed is an Important. factor GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER
In your suooees.PUZZLESWe t splendid orange groves that pay large dividends on
are still sending a 110 piece IDEAL JIG SAW PUZZLE AT REASONABLE PRICES.
(or the names of four users of fertilizer.We .amounts necessary to buy them groves owned by
can,supply jour needs and save you money. .
non-r idents, good farms improved best of celery
Blacksmithitig Horseshoeing and
Repair Work of
WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO., lands that will yield'more dollars per acre than landsin
All Kinds Done by First-class Workmen.J. .
or address any other State in ths Union.

, Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer fin. Jacksonville.i = Write me for further Information;or better come -
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.,.. Deed Is Preferable to Rent Receipts.

ANTHONY A LOLL .
Proprietor.FairbanksMorse
. u.J LOAN YOU MONEY in any amount. We

AGaKNT POR Gas Engines 'A. S. NELSON, :::.- I- clean your farm land make It ready for

crop. Write for particulars.FLQUIDA .
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and Irrigating Outfits. I
Kissimmee Florida. '
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For th complete cur. of Cooc i. Colds.
: / I I NOTARY PUBLIC.... ( _: Asthma and aonehtd..ad all LBD. oomplaia
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WeVSoIicit all Kinds Repair Work -. .- Real Estate Agent. It npuuuon eontelni ma u opium a s or buWia oofackMiMlr.
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.-..... : ,. !:What F cirid Papers Say) University 'ot Florida ..'Florida ,State( .con gii"85V'IC.LB. ; .


. '.-_ .. .'r '. '*'* "' FLORIDA WOMEN'4aI.llUtloDOhb.nONTR.UIK.tGppott44 +
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r' : '.Matters and' Things That' Are'.Engaging the by Btwte.,. and FEbERAb: FUD for Flat.id .. lieheee'., ,'Florid ..f";
FCTJRSBeautiful . Yoaog Men. A College without'* p.r.ll.l ID the South. of- ,
, : '., ..Attention of the Rending. . Pubji'c.. Thorough CoarWMi(.eadlnstoDigressofBAdWiug"eua"aD4i1PIoaa.U{ ,' theloUpWlaa' b
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In Ares" oI.Qo.-'frIaal; [ /l'b..IObt,< . . vfkl' it
Brine ""up your boy:.in-the"way.he t, .Th:proposition snide-by the County Civil Electrlral% and Mwhanleal EncIa.ungt, .IrQA School.e of EzpnViioi FeesAKaL.wiNorrnslsoboolOr.du.te < ;11 j i,

should go and you\ ,need have no fear Commissioners that they would pay$IiOO \ \obool V.: .A..Hcbool for Teacher.
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and Produc1iALtYe Island Xxpeuiei, Exceedingly Low. catalogue very. low, Tot.
that,he will ever be 'a m'ember'of.: ( the toward the court house' clock if the town write\ to \. SnrtherlulorusUonaddre.a. ; ( ,.

.. legislature, \,-Orlando Sentinel. %., would prompt puts acceptance up $250,'and, .has the met amount'with ha a A. A. Murphrcf. A. ty.):. V L. D., Edward ConradI, M. 4\ Ph. D..
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', I.,2: 'Kissimtnee, Florida The liberal 1 advertiier I I.aliberal man been raised.' An order to place 'the .- \PRESIDENT PRESIDENT

to trade wi) .He|! advertise* ,to give clock in the dome will be made by the .
About five !acres,in fnltls;SSOb arinK, orange. I .
you full,valu \ or You., money, and he ,board.-Fort Pierce, News. \
01' treesfour years old, 25or more-bearing peach mew what \e, l feays.,-Apalachicola: _...... .............: ... -T

Times.. .. -_ A gang> "elgaretmo-king boys
_lreescme35: 5-44nche9 around trunks;' Oua-: : were caught last week in the act of Z ROLLIN'S. COLLEc.n' :::' Z'

A South Dakota man advocates burglarizing,a store in Wau hulli. This- : : COLLEGE \..
.:._vas, Sananas? figs Jap persimmons, etc. FLORIDA'SOLU6ST, ,
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; chloroforming al,\Idiots. What a fool doe not mean thajt all cigarette smoking :. '' '
About fourteen acres for:trucking. Three or notion,! Why not !end-"'ern to congress boys art-burglars, but is it not true College Academy; and*. Schools of Music, Expression, Fine

'. to fev se-the tariff?- stero American I tba practically Tall o' the"""W worthies. Arts, Domestic and Industrial'Arts'and Business, .
four a Good frame house of gig l '
crops year. Eagle.! boys around our tffwna and cities have . Carnegie Hal) and third men' dormitory now completed)I'.eleo-', -

rooms closets and porches: good barn with .1{ the cigarette habit?-Manatee River trio light! steam!, and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health
_. Again the price of beef\has been advanced ,,,J maL" .., condition; fins gymnasium, athletic fields boatlaa.tenHl-courMf
for"colored .i golf links baseball football and basketball team. champions of. '
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large rnbw, both insured. Also shanty one cent a pound \It :would bemore w.
.. Florida fa 1809. Nearly> a quarter of a milliaa dollars endowment;
to the point if butcherk advancedtheir I The County Commissioners of Hills- moderate scholarship' available Christian but undenominational '
: help. Four flowing wells: All the 2 expenses ; :
pound to sixteen ouncesGainesvllle borough county have issued a permitfor ; stand forCHARACTER ,
island with Sun. license to sell' to a man'who i is '
.. above in center of and enclosed. Daily a liquor .
confined jail; without bail under 'a\ CULTURE CONDUCT ;
fence' On outside and adjacent to ?..waterare Ocala i I. expecting a big immigrttfon charge ot murder In the first degree.Do ..:, .' F Catalogue: Address tbe.l>reaident: :. -:;

are. from 20 to 40 acres, owing to stage_ .of. this 'fall and! winter .willXwjt- they consider him..- inan of''.good 'Z;: Wm. F*-Blackmail,:Ph.D.: ., 'Winter Park Fla.John :',0;<,_.
under "
neee a wonderful /evolution within be moral character as contemplated .
water, now used for pasture. Soil of whole next decade. We are just being disc o the law?-Manater River Journal.. ............... .,........' '

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ered.Ocala Banuer. .
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Rev,, C. C. Gillette of Seabreeze ha -- . .
cally immune from frost, and marketed ten Have you "uncinari laT" That' vin his orange grove on North Halifax
hookworms.Well, if you have, you'd avenue a three-year-old grapefruit treethat B.. Stetson. UniversityLINCOLN
days earlier and hence command ,hest better tackle a dose of thymol (old-fash is a wonder; even where large HULLEY. Pfc. D. Utt.: D. LL. D. Praeldeat

prices. A wagon outlet. Fifteen minutes ioned thyme tea) and epsom salts and]'I' fruit.crops are the rule. The cluster TIIE,BEST .SCHOOL- /Jo FOR YOUR CHILDREN =

.get busy.-Lake City Index of fVuit to the branch average more BEND THBMT STETSONS
distance by launch from Kissimmee. 7 I than V dozen and in one cluster there 49 Profeaeor and instructors College ot Liberal Art' "

Manatee county's progress and pros- are 20\ apefruit, and about'250 fruiton 17 University Buildings College of Law 1c
Price, $.1 0.000., I perity must not be blocked by a few of the ree. Winter Garden Citizen. 29 Studen-tt \ College ot Technology
Ml Year .College of Duslnee .
For terms, etc., write its citizens. The non-progressives are in welfare of .zse.M..M Eodowment Preparatory Academy .,
in the minority and must not be allowed "Everyone interested the 15.... Volume* In Library Normal and Model School
DR. J. C. DAVIS Kissimmee Fla. to rule.-.Manatee.. River Journal. Florida should rejoice at the manner in *leM.M Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Art ,
which the Mange growers are taking It )Large Laboratorleafor Science School of Music ,
From Unaurpeaeed General Equipment School of Fine Arta W
hold of the atter of organizing.
OWNER Next to wise advertsing! as a meansto the indicated increase in orangesjn the $................... ice_n. a.1 __ Cta ld edei--"..... ... do--g_ t..Mlta .
success in business we would put continued State IIr Mias nd..t..otr. -t..mMe. For.il..i see Mss tor i lalonnnUM.B. .K fx r.r..Mr..eMtit ; ;
Or A. S. NELSON, Wichita, Kansas. advertising. It is easier to keepa United without a mere perfect J 0"" STETSON UNIVERSITY. \>eLAND. FLORIDA. ',. .
system in mar Ling the crop the orange \ ,
wheel going after it is started than to. --=
business would soon fail to be a paying '
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start it agl n.-Live Oak Democrat.
industry.-Wauc ula Advocate.
E. A. GILBERTCONTRACTOR \
The business is .
VVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVVVVVVJ detriment unprogressive to any town. lie is man like the a I Much is being. said( now' about the organization -" __ ., ___.____........._,.- J' ';
of urStaW SoarrotTride.: ,
tr *rt"lhal moveiJ so slowly l th tontanner ,
1 Everybody seems u> be- agreed that I :
threatened BO sue the company ; such an organization (ould be of untold and BUILDERPlans \ .,
for shading his crop.-Orlando Sentinel \
J : benefit to the state7lt; >ut that Is about ,
San Juan Garage Co. I as far as it. ever gets. The thing to do
: Jacksonville got more than she expected -
,when she boosted that half million I is to call a meeting, put thoroughly progressive and EstimatteaFuridJis ed ,
men in charge anii start boom
ORLANDO, FLORIDA"mnwN..Na cfub. Now Bay that the metropolis for a "Greater Florida.\'Marianna 5 L--' \ \ .
of Florida never gets enough when she '
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A petition was being 'circulated this ,
'8-:' Agents for stu.d baker--E. ]1. F. 30' The officers of the pure food law ire'i!I week asking that the City CoVncil'en- The Famous Menge.Pumps for: Irrigation! and Drainage 50,( 0 to ,.;

after the shippers of green orange*, force the ordinance to thV ]
Flanders Au- cow limit 1.600,000gallons per hour. .:
" and StudelwkecL and it will be well for them to cool off! Quite a number of taxpayers signed the Gasoline Engins;2 to 50 H.. P.'. Steam Engines 6 to '200 H.PBoilersXAny ,,."\ J
L tomobiles." and wait till fruit .is in fit condition to petition and the chances are that Vt the Size.' \ ,

; S eat before Whipping--Eustis Lake Region. -j next meeting. f .the Council that 1. ., Stamped Metal Shinj"1 ._eiling! and Outside-Walls-Anx PesigruV .....;.::.:.

S will take-some_ definite,. ct1OnI'matter. :; "- - ' \.", .
j - I': : The 'ordinance should be
General l Expert Mcl -
Repairing > "
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Georgia.. .added over 120,000,000 to its! forced to the letter or abolishei Eeryoneagvees IRON FENOES ,AND.. MONUMENTS #
: chanics. Full Line of Supplies. t.axableproperty last year. You will. to that, and so,do wet .-. . J--' t\\1 1j

not find the Jacksonville and Tampa paper Fort Myers Press, :\".

declaring that this is due to tate-< t .
wide prohibition. ":TaflshaseeTrue' .:or., "'""" "'-" "'-" "-'" "'""" "'"'" :or.. "'""" '" .i
i' Juan SI Democrat ., ., '. ....,-*" n It win be remembered that a terrible eCMIL. IWIACXM. .' ,...NaLfaT ::1-{
is ,Office f and Garage i in Rear: of, San ,Holdrijtrwif ,' : :-i' .;-_ 1!i wail:went.up ,Imm corporation folks MA.C3M.
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:1 throughout the length and breadth of "
I Bade to the farm and
garden grove MACH
the nation 1907-8 about radical legislation BROS.
seems to.be the order of the day every- .
: OO that was going to paralyze rail- ,
where. Many of Bradentown'a!Heading I
roads. Well the report of 200,000 .
business men are branching out this sea L Feed and Sale Stable.C
, miles of railroads the Interstate Commerce ery.
son into trucking. a side line-Bradentewn -
Y' iFrtPr F FrD' r9 r1F lr3F 'Yr Ar Journal! Commission for June 1908 and
1909 show a|"ven per cent increase ia WOOD-:-DRAYINQ >
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NORTH PHONE NO. 8. 4 net earnInp.-St. Augustine Meteor. .t \, '
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. Not for a faction but for the state, Every ling Is New and First-Class. We 'will ,,'
f' I* a maxim that will apply just a* well The ftI'Owerwbo holds back and waits 'Bender -'
Prompt'and_ Satisfactory Seivs
C. W..Oriflu 1 to a community as to a commonwealth. JOT the Citrua Exchange to succeed before '
ce Dayor Nlglit.. All Kinds
: ,. Many town. have been ruined or keri- he lends his co-operation. i I. not doIng -
.4 eualy.injurud because of factional feel- his duty hi fact, he is doing nearly Heavy..Hauling.. .eAT ; .y ".

ing. Anyplace can be built! up and all he cad ... hinder.it* success. The .:

I ; Fancy Fatfiily Groceries .= made'to prosper when It* dtiaena intelligently prompt and thorough co-operation: of :BCAMArrS......, OLD STAND.""", PHONC1t3grsi"" : f "'.
1 work together for it. welfare.On the grower ia aril that i* needed to put
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; Fresh Meats. Ute tag which a place may poeaea are can defeat the nswement save the growers
Detluery Every Day at any' Hour. Patronage Solicited.. ,: : often neutralised by lack of harmony themev
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t ST. CLOUD FLORIDA 0 ,- '.

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: ',(FHE NEW COLONY STORE I .FOR SALE : to meet all demands, wllh'Verfect satisfaction.. ; .

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?,, See. our goods before buying elsewhere. . ; I have six small cottages with good i WHAT IT: MEANS .

1 Money saved Is money made. Don't 'V"rO I Ihuy. people do not know.baa .Tl.nk'r C.pjtal 1., for. or lb. 41"..._betwee. .
-0 101)8W well located, fine water which I I a bask of little 0".0 eapl&a1 sod ODe .11b a ire.a.pll..
throw. It away. A BAN['. CAPITAL AND BURPLUS
,0' Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe. ,It.s ". ; YJll.sell at reasonable prices and on; !Ie the fn.d that proteou the d._.......rro..'10.., therefore the It U tile ,_
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Kissimmee Valley Gazette -Srms while out walking Instead ofwheeling ", r y'' -: '
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PUBLISHED BVEHT FRIDAY,. .themselvestoblame..for, -unfavora--,

/Offlce1n Va.l1er.al.ette !3ufldfn ble-Mfpresiiion-tlray: i ske..on alt. nsi.ble READY FOR THE PLOW

I; : IIIf3a1MMEEOBCEOLACOUNTY,1hA., / : : '.' people.. Gainesville Daily Sun. : .

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In his Labor D'ay' address John -, :
W.JU.. HARRIS Editor s.and'Prop'r. Mitchell! ,, .the:great::leader,; said that'what .'" RICH FAMOUS ST. CLOUD t
I RECLAIMED MUCK LAND AME AS THE
',' la most needed today .is a broad '

On*oopy, one.SUBSCRIPTION yewi. <.M*RATES.?.. ...:..rOM .,. . ,.100. This"spirit is of true brotherhood'One, touch and humanity of nature;" : SUGAR LAND, ADJOINING THE CITY LIMITS, IN SIGHT OF, COURTHOUSE 'k, .
.' 001'''.alx month .*<... Co I '
'. (kindness) makes the whole world kin. '
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li All\ _mun..Uo.... except from our .uthoi"ed -Lake City Index ,'. ,, HIGH SCHOOL AND CHURCHES. : .
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R.1.cW nutter will not j ... : ; : I '
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I I -. had ..0 much campaign liter are' . .
En"ndecondclass et the Pi.tnmo.In Klulmmee.. Ffe.. .I . "- -.- -. -" '. .
mall metter.FridaySept.. .' left over that he storedlt in his barn, '" ,- ', *40,.
....:'_ :o.L = :=."" - ._,_.' J; not thinking about the cows. The bo-- -. . .-, .

\+. 24,10O9.Kissimmee vinew.ate the temperance matter and -:;: -'. -

'" --' "fl'f "" ld TOWoirtKe" plJrce! went "dry, --'T'hisland" iolU elf harcHroacl: to 5t. Cloud Colony on the-canal, and less than half riiile from Hammock Grover'I .

:: the City of Gardena. -Paltka Times-Herald. Belt .. ,.. I
station on the Sugar Railroad. .
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It would not be.considered poor dog- With this i issue the editor again turns It operation State Chemist '
: was selected early in the Disston Drainage by Capt. R. E. Rose the present ; "
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i' sere(' if "Zim" was made to rhyme.wick over' the reins to his better! half. The ; -

:'. "win." .. editor ha\ again taken up the work of valuable' object lesson in what muck land is doing can be seen at Southport in Mr. J. M. Lee's grapefruit .., .

his first that of teaching the -'
profession,
t.._- Senator Bailey tackled a big job when young idea1 how to shoot,. and is engrossed .. grove and' corn field, also at the Shaker Colony, where bananas and pineapples' are yielding each about $1000 p6fra6re. ,

'I. he undertook to belittle" Bryan before a in M duties .f principal of the \ .. L. J.: Jones last year harvested. twenty fearrels. of white potatoes to one barrel planted on land just across

Texaa audience vrt gradW school.-H avana News '
Concord the of.the lake. .
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Automobile races beirIndulged in .
these days mlghtVeil, be termed 1 "the 'There are \orne who allow theirtongues In Kissim ee'Gard ns at present several different kinds of lahd can be purchased-muck, .muck and prairie -
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to \ bout their neighbors .
ride of death., entirely .too wag much and if they get hold hammock and prairie pine, muck and prairie. or all trine, the lots" fronting hard road canal. lake or new. streets

It- 'to that the proper per- of a hinted morsel'f scandal roll it over each: lot has a street. frontage: *" _'" . : .

iii to'proVe who? found the north pole : their tongue like a War does a mouthful :.: i- : -- -
There are eight bearing orange groves< of soul haa .
a Cook and Peary not newspaper ed honey. Manyv a poor '.

itors. .. ..... ............... ..... *. Been irreparably injured by tales from . Mr. L. E. Barbeau, who. ownsa_ large manufacturing-plant. at Silver Creek N. Y? and has lived in many parts ..
some viperous scandalmonger, the foundation -
' e dale set for the great education- of which was nil.Gainesville\ . of the world, has beauttful. home adjoining' l this land and says that his home here is the most delightful place he .. 1'- '

al'mWtmg in this city is October 27th, Elevator.: \ has ever found to Live the year"'round. He has two fine flowing wells. -
and our citizens ran be relied on to .. '

make it the most successful of any. held Several of our exchanges are now Mr..A. E. Drought, who came from Ireland many years ago has a splendid home and sixty acres of land on

In the \ate printing some g'OOIi'articlell on temperance the railroad shown on this plat. He has made a great success! in raising turkeys chickens guineas and ducks.
and state-wide prohibi 'on Qn I . .
State ('nator Zim, a man dearly the same pages they are running display his well flowing) with an elevation of two o? three_ feet above the surface supplies him with! the best and purest of

,loved in his. home county, St. Johns is advertisements of whisky. It has water, and his small grove provides him with all the oranges he need>. .
:': the raceXagainit Frank. Clark for been question with: us aa to whether .

:: gre, .sn the 'race will be /swift prohibition articles will kill the"effect Mr. R. P. Hansen from Sweden, has lived for ten years or more on Cypress Island situated less than one .-

j--- .from start to niche \ of the ads or-the-ade knoclf( out the mile south of this track, has beenvery profitably raising all kinds of vegetables on muck land. His orange grove

prohibition sentiments. The reader can
Eiy i, That Georgia woman.who swore to a his money and take his choice. peach t.rees. bananas and other fruit are well worth visiting. He has four flowing wells. He has already har-
pay
'-, lie which caused k. man to.be sent to the
t. penitentiary for twenty years, shouldbe Leesburg Commercial... -. vested two crops of.hay this year which is selling for $18: per' ton.

made to serve thV remainder of his _The town jail is sadly lacking in modern Mr. D. Rotundo on prairie: mJrck.! l has harvested five crops within twelve months from the sane\ pieces of

;. sentence. after he is Uberatedy V =s conveniences.. While some of these, ;gVound, and last winter revived i more than...$1 000 for celery and other vegetables raised on one acre. .
considered a necessity everywhere else, ,
Storms may: rage an \waveB 'may roll .
might be dispensed with there shouldat \ '
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I least be plenty of water to quenchthe 1 \ '
here in Kissimmee nothin ever. ccun
t burning thirst induced by the Imbi- J .
the of peaceful,
to mar serenity a pros-

_= '" peromnmd'f'; -- -. bation .L.the. J beverages that lead men __._H__ __ ____.._ ____.__ ,____________!_ .-:: ___.._____ h_______ =-- ---- ---..- -- -. -- . -- -
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The American Federation of Labor's' venience of the thirsty ones who are .

ranks were strengthened on Saturday not able to crawl to the tap and fortjvse II ,
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but by the addition of two hundred who "have 'em" and imagine 'n .l: .

};. thousand. new members the Railway they see flames all around them, the reporter '

!. Carmen's Union having voted to af'_ suggests a ten-foot hose with a KISSIMMEE GARDENS / .

ate on that date. \ faucet at the nozzle.Starke Tele- "' . o..,. _'" ....__ -- : .. .

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4Kiaaimmee: : and Osceola county will '." ': / 1 ", >""** .
\ but the initiated the : .K r -I'
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extend a big barbecue and fish fry to 1
in the office. ; ;; 1 .1" -. -I : '
.the Old Soldier Colonists on October 13. required printing :
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The reader who misspell /s
Average detects a '
Thousands from the North and West ; .; i : r I
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are expected to make the occasion 'a 7. :: :',' I / i/ 1..... : .

;, great one.Gainesville Daily Sun. feels tha his mission on earth is not .... i -t _' ... .. : '
accomplished until he has called the at- .
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,- been added to Kissimmee this smmmer. -g-lajringylef : Herdoe smot" notice""the &- t .' :... -------__ _____ I
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They are Carson's addition on the north, thousands of letters that are in place, ... L/1.. 'I -. -.l, ,"
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'fark the south and Kissimmee the multitude of words ? -
"Gardens on or ; correctly .. I. : '
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; .. .Gardens on the east boundary of spelled, but his eagle eye i isNglued onto .:1,!:, ..: : t: ,.. .. '... ..' ., '! ,I. .. ,,.. .,. ." .. . .. ."''1', .:,., ' ;,,'/,/(', 'F } ','., .,, ,,'', ,.r" ' : .:".
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t. ' the town.-Gainesville Daily Sun. the one that is out of..place.\So.lt is ,;: ,I, "J -" t ,.,' '. 1 I.', ...'' e. .'I ' \... ... ' ''' .:.ly(" ,"f" H! ! :: : ( '.. I .' "t',,
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: >nd Issue recently,. and theotherday': them j ... 1-. '. -I'C .I.--.P'- ,
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standing (The world is a harsh critic exacting to ..vw ,,4"" 'IIII({ ""_ : .
That Vtad of advertising, which a community ;.;. .. .. :,
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variably get when it refusesto 't
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givesVtown a set-back that re- :I Service on Sugar Belt. ." \ I. ;oJ: : : ...... "'.,4''' I- .,. .10.. a : a a a ;!,
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/ qulrei yearaNto. recover from.-.Lakend Beginning last Monday the A. C. I.. .. : LThere'are L/
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News Ry.,Co. inaugurated a daily on I
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Recently the Ki Imdtee alley Gasette Narcoosae ; ''' : 'f' e
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' forth the ttaiu that farmer and __lessees woe sss .n e '
pat > Tuesdays Thursdays Saturdays as '
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\ 'In that-Osceola-county produced heretofore and to SL Cloud only on t -- r A' a I" -
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; \ the largest collard plant ver grown Monday., Wednesdaysand Fridays, ---- : : /
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:the atate. It was ten feet in height, leaving Kissimmee at.6:15 a. m. and u __"' _____ f ;;o"'. il } \ \ 1

'" and it was doubted I if It could be sur- <4:30< p: m. .. ,.wwrwwwww..rw.wwww. : 0 I:II I : :.,

1'; passed. ,But now come .the. Miami ; == = : ;/: 1- A"Y///. - iL/1 J

Kewa-Record with a story of a collard' ; Shell! Hammock for. Sale. .. ";" O VI 7A'ff . 11 ,
. 'eleven and I II ,, "LiY 1 M Y I '
'plant near that town "" .
grown. Situated 22 mile south of. Kfesimmee -- -
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I do for HIi borough county to be cur river; all water transportation;, largest ... 'J. -"-- .. ,.,.,. '. 4--. .::'. ._- .,. t ; fi i
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twelvefootcoUardT and richest hammock on the river; ..... . ......... t: ,
farmer bring The Times a
bearing grove; bright fruit; 1,000 or .
-Tampa Dally Times. and hammock ......f . '. '
more trees; richest muck .

_. Tbe claim the Ktaatmmee Valley land; all fenced;, more than 200 acres ....1 I" .. I r ,_. I 4
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beatJIrot.eeted place from frost ;
Gazette truthfully) aays, 'made that a .
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*\ beat certain celery section or "any or 'other sections vegetable grows the in l Ing.; headquarters Can only'be for appreciated fishing and hunt-when \ only 13O of ,these.,lots, four of which were sold to Pittsburg parties, after .j j;

\be state Is all bosh. Take good landanywhere seen. We accommodate hunters and t -' "
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In South Florida and onat tine fishermen in season. Terms easy. Come 'careful examination, before the surveying was completed. '

via ICIIIIi mm... .1
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;': ,the winter. No particular section it f svored GEORGE B. TATMAN.It The price is from $35 to $f OO per acre, depending on the location and kind of --.i

- . -.in\ this ,raspecC Knowing how Rosalie, Florida.: .
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I .eounta faiultons foVas asAmptjon much as for the any land.section It is to a Zim in the Race Against Oarlu land. Terms, .half cash c balance in six and twelve' months with interest\ at 10 per .\

claim this au ty.-V01uala County The following' announcement appearedin
the St. Augustine Meteor of last allow discount of 5 cent. \ ,,
Record. cent. or for all cash' will a per
s week:: "I will cay/that, in unison witha I '

Kiaaimmer and Xlsceola county wit great many well-thinking Democrat -- .. 1.
extend a welcome to h member of of the country, I am opposed to seeingMr. .

the Old Soldiers' Colony\and other visitors Clark returned to Congress. There- -- M -- \ .
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on October ISth, in the shape of a"brbcnrand fore, in the absence of some better man, rri
-' Uh fry: Two xcUrsions solar to tackle thi aforesaid gentleman : t' - -- -. - i
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will leave for Florida Tue.dons I do so from a patriotic standpoint -

from Washington and the othe \ rom I haven't any doubt about the -

Cincinnati iw connection with the formal sentiment of the people concerning Mr. I'J. M. WILLSON Jr. '

opening of the, colony, as we under' Clark' political record and hence amconfident :

*, stand iL On the day of the barbecue of the satisfactory outcOme in _

r the Atlantic Coast Line will run excursion a lone tilt with him. .

trains from Sanford and Intends- Later-on. I shall formulate the plat- .: REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ;

,.: diate points. and front. Tampa and Intermediate -form upon which 'I shall. stand and I.. '" "' ; .4

pointa ''to Kissimmee Thou- those who me best, I feel assured, will OSCEOtA'COPNq.yi' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA a

", ands .....expected., to visit that city on have the utmost confidence of my living /

that day.' Kiaaimmee. hospitality Is up to the letter and spirit of my declarations ,

boundless,, and'JOetobec 13th D.be a which:will be i keeping with
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The KISSI.mn 66 Valley Gazette|," Now on-special tale at"Dann's, :Special .'aummer'goods it DaW>'.. ,Rev., J. T. .Mitchell l :Upholding protracted W.' ',S.\ HARWELL< ( '".
services at Shingle Creek'bl..
Price talks. See window! display at Get prices at'Dann's; ..before buying week. Methodi1 e t 'CiPtQlt! REAL
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TKUEPHONH NO. 11. ann'a. "elsewhere.. , ,,,
.. .." -'.-KaU's stare'will be closed''tomorrowSaturday '
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..PUBLISHED' VERY FRIDAY WANTED. piano player' .at the ForSale-A: good horse and ;{buggy.APPly.to .( ) till 6 p. m.: on'account holi ,OFFICE: -OVHR : ,.

1 ,Electric Theatre. J. LI Moon day. ; unices' ; AND INFORMATION KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
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w. B.'HA FIRI.r Mrs. G.. F. Kribbs spent yesterdaywith Pictures at the Home.,Store.. Go to' Kissimmee' DruJr-O aVto! get '
,', friends in Orlando. Call.and select your mouldings. your school supplies.' Full linj. just ..received Our )pastor Rev._ jV,T, Mitchell'Is1 con
% ,. 1Sheriff -, ducting revival at
services Shingle
Checked apron: gingham at StanfordCo's ';1000 acres of the best truck land in Creektble, week. He will return for $: BUUO.CKJ
) for 6c per yard. 4 r the county. Well drained Will grow L i K;- J, Ii. Vick and Mr. S. 'S.. the rooming service ort next Sunda)". .
Weather Report anything you may plant on It. A bar Griffin of Orlando' spent Wednesday in On Sunday,night we will worship with ,
. 'Agency of the White Star Laundry gain." L. A. MINX &; Co., the city; conflpg down In --Mr. Griffin's the Presbyterians at.their church.:: REAL ESTATE
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at the Home! Store, Phone 154.:;' --- j- '
Following are the daily ternperaturei -_ Col. P. A. Van Agnew and' Clerk of auto.Mrs .Vx -
and precipitation u -. See those-lawn shirt waist prices cut the Court A. E. D negan. went up to .'!. L. W. Pilley purchased this The time for all night'servlces. from INSURANCEExamination ':.
th4'Government in bait at H. C. Stanford Co's. Jacksonville 'Wednesday and returned week from J.. H. Walker of Basingerthe now on will be 7 o'clock instead of 730.: '
reported: by" two store rooms on Broadway northof :.
with'the colony excunionlats.. yesterday Please take note of this.. Titles
,; .. station at Ktaaimmm for the For perfect fitting eyeglasses and morning... the..Osceola Pharmacy.- "> .. of i

week. ending. Sept. 16, 1909. N spectacles. seejr;P.:P.White.. Mr! and Mn'beo.' T. Singeltary and I Bob Smith has returned -from his _The Southern Methodist Church sustained ! ' Specialty '"

.....sJ. -HIM, RAIN PNintronizethe; 'Gray.tone laundry.We Miss Marietta Pf ana returned home last: summer vacation, which was. spent at great, loss this week In the ;, 't
various in the north nd
I week from their summer outing places west death of Bilho .Seth Ward. He'hadbeen '
FrIday: .9071 . .. guarantee satisfactory;>> work. ., which was spent in the mountains o{. !and reports a delightful 1 trip. .. a bishop six years and was a great Correspondence Solicited:, ..

Saturday. 88 73 .40 If' you want to self your real' estate, North Carolina.and in Georgia. and good man He died in Japan where ,_ ,.':.
Sunday ?6 76 -. . list it with the hustlers. 'L. A. Minx "Mr.. and Mrs. Geo; .Farn.wortJi'of ha was attending to his work for the M.
&; Co. . Mr. G. P..Brown'of San Margarita. Pennsylvania have arrived in the city on, E. ,C. South. :
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Monday . . 86 73. Cal. accompanied by his .wife and a prospecting tour' and. will probably -
Tuesday. . J90 72 ;,. For Sale.-Window shades, matting, daughter arrived In the city 'last week purchaseproperty and locate here.
. ..10Thursday and few B.Morrison and has pnrchaseda tract of1 five acres Southern College opened Thursday for I
Wednesday. 92 72' a chairs. Apply to Mrs."A < efficient Z.CONTRACTOR W;:
has and
the fall t.rn.It a good
' In Prosper where he will locate.- I Ilpending i .BAsST .
::. .. 89.72' , t Colony! Mrs. J..the W.summer Watson in, North who bu Carolina been I!i faculty, and a fine. year is predicted ,

Mr. and Mrs. Burrows, Mrs. Hallock Six pain of Viking hosiery guar.nteedtewear -\ and Georgia,, and Miss Sue Watson,.j for !it _, e,
--- --- -' and Mrs. Giger spent Wednesday-sight for six months without who spent several weeks In New York, !) .
seeing In'Qrlando. .. hole in heel or toe, for $1.00. Written home : Deer and Cat Hounds. '
: returned Tuesday afternoon. Bear
www%Nh1'vw 'i W A' 1 MAN guarantee with each. 1.2 dozen pairs. j I I and I:
Mrs. }'.W. Hill and daughter, Miss All' sizes for men, women and childrenat Mr. C: Aj.Tompkins: of Bingbampton, Fine pack Jeer, bear and cat hound. .
1 j Madeline, of Narcoossee, spent yesterday the Cash Store. May28tfFor N. Y., was a, pfeasant-ioaller at this I I for sale Uedbohe and July breed.
THE LOCAL Ull.1 in the, city shopping. x. office this morning. He came down with j' Price, $25 to $35 each. Guarantee with BUILDER
7pfea Sale-Five room bungalow large the Colony excursionists_and is highly each sale. Address, W. H. Shepherd ..
< !, | figure Horace with Woodall will be ..wash.ed to verandahs, large lot.. good water, facing pleased with our climate,and section. I Baxter,. Ga: X. "Sept. 24, It, \. i ..
on family
you your Lake Tohopekaliga. Situated In 'desirable '
Cwv .... vwwwwww vv Vv See hint at the Gray stone laundry.. residents portion of city,.opposite Lt. Col W. E. Cadman, who has 15ALE' ,

Wade the tuner, Orlando. boarders home of Capt. Clay Johnson. Price, been quite ill at the hospital in Orlandofor FOR i Plans .add .Es lmats Fur"hisheo -. ;'
Wanted.-A few car 'get $900; (300 cash, $300 in one year, $300in several days, returned to..his homeat 560.
for rent apply to M. Til- comfortable accommodations by applying two years. Arthur H. Donegan. Narcoossee last Saturday, very much Orange. grove of ,trees.-with on application'.
Dwelling, ;
ler. to C. L. Alvy. Sept. 17 1 tf. improved in health. Mrs. Cadman..went the crop now on them; 80,acres of

Whid- If fou have anything to sell or ex- up and accompanied him home. I land, of which 49 acres are cleared -0- ,':
.Messrs. U. A. J. J.
..., Are you looking for bargains Go to den and A. E. Godwin Llghtsey left Sunday for change thing, an, or advertisement if you want to in buy this some A special excursion train bound fofc including the 9 acres in grove* Only Union .Carpenters

Dann'a.Great. Hot Springs, Ark., to spend a month. will probably put you in communication paper- Kissimmee and St. Cloud left Washing T he land corners in Alligator. Like _
ton, D. C., yesterday and is due to miles from rail. >Employedr'v: ""
with the ands about
Arrive
bargain in wash skirts at U.. Old papers be bought.In any quantity just partyyou. are' *looking old three ,
at Kissimmee tomorrow The
C. Stanford Co's. CAll at this office for 20c per 100. The very for.Try it. soldiers' colony is bringing our little road etation. .1 -0Correspondence- "',", \.

figured summer goods Bold for thing to put under matting or.carpet.Mr. FOR SALE CHEAP.-Four acre orange sister city into great prominence. If POI NEIGHBORSThe J
:
<< ?
half price at Kate'.. J. L. Reaves U off on a two- grove, good 7-room house 'and other we don't look out she'Will be much more Solicited, jf
\
weeks vacation and Mr. J. C. Griffin is buildings, good artesian welL Also 7 kissable than Orlando-ReporterStar22nd. St. ct) -Colony lands-are I ,y

Oil 16c per gallon at St. Cloud Men filling his place in Griffin's store during goodTresidence lots, centrally located, on one side of this property and PHONE. 73
cantile Co.. Sunnvside. his absence. in Kissimmee. Apply to 'i',
L.E. LINDBET.PegboTBr Mr. Thomas McDowell of Pittsburg, the Shaker colony land on the IItWNtiN'a ,

The new side track for Park Gardens Mr. and Mrs N. C. Bryan who have Fla. Pa., who purchased the Jack Keen place 1 other side. -This is splendid. oo- "
few received his I
been the .month' In New a days ago, household; spending
week. past
was last four
completed portunity for three or good
this week, and his
York City are expected to return today For Sale-A quitclaim deed to 20 goods expects familyto
that'Is W. BAS S
arrive in'a short time. Interested farmers to get land ready C-
of land
McCallister visited wit or tomorrow. acres adjoining city limits,
Miss
Myrtle
)L with Mr. McDowell in the purchase of for trucking this fall and winter
Fla. Midland
in Orlando last week. on Ry., for $800.) The
friends Services will be held at St John's same kind of land, similiarly located, is I this property are Messrs. Johp Barges- without the loss of time and expense -
Dress gingham 6 to 121c at the old Episcopal church at 8:30 p. in., on Sunday selling for more than double the price. I|tier and Samuel Evy, who will also move of.clearing. Wholesale and Rotall l'-
reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. next. Communion at 11x30 a. m. Address P. O. Box 272, KHteimmee, I their families here,this fall. DealerlinFreshiaefPorkaI
All are cordially invited to :attend. Fla. I \ I I I I Price, $4,000; terms, $1,600cub.
820 acres of the famous South j| For Sale-Fifteen room house with ,balance! in one and two yearsat r
For Sale-One of the finest
muck land-ata bargain. L. I orangegroves One of the trimmest little crafts on two large lots. Modern conveniences; I I[: 8 cent.
in Florida. 700 trees and house.A1ae per
&: Co. ____ _ __ _ I the lake i. a new nos1a14SIN! : ._ good front street and sidewalk. JnJij'UireeblocKi' : _
_ __ u -re idenoesrc.atral.lsoat on.- ---- fro ; Ur-l] i
ALdepot
'- '----' fpet long:and 4 toe just com- n
Pennell sale agent dayman's Soaps Sept. 10, 1 mo.- G. F, Parker., \ pleted by Frank Tatmaa at his boatyards lando. Terms,_or cheap for cash. Also PROPERLY HANDLED ",
and Remedies (Alcona product). Sept. I at Shell Hammock for the Lee five room cottage with one or two cor- ,'
FOR SALE.-Nine acres of fine truck This property, ought to earn the Mnttoi l lIi
10-1 mo. Parsons Cattle Co. The boat ner lots Whole $1,500, cash. ,
;
new was
land just out of city limits-five acres ___
I future. and all ex '
Both above
if rjayments pay
ready for plow. For particulars address brought up by Mr. Tatsaan on Mondayand in one piece preferable. '
Miss Mable and Elizabeth and Wadley I P. O. box 254, Kissimmee, Fla. turned over to the owners. It is Address drawer 749, Orlando, Fla., or pe 't flees. ,
relatives in Orlando last call at No. 121 S. Ave. PHONE 44.
Parker visited built with a top and curtains and about Orange \J. .
M. WILLSON, JR.,
week. Messrs. Ingram and Lesley have em- six feet of decking at the stem, and Sept 24, 2t :
toyed Mr. Hamilton, the Tampa well goes at a clip of about ten miles an REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE '
Full line of best garden Kissimmee seeds-in river, to sink a 2-inch artesian well on hour. (Local Items continued on eighth page) KISS IIII.EI!!, FLORIDA :
at the .
bulk- . !
package. or their property near the Park Gardensside .. Bargains
Drug:Q> track.


usesPlank's: !Price 26 Chill'cents.Tonic.Sold Guaranteed by alldruggists. Any intelligent person may for earn a In all kinds of Real Estate.
good income corresponding newspapers ,-
ul 7-8
. ; experience unnecessary. Send Fire and Life Insurance and

Our entire stock of figured lawns, stamp -for full particulars. Empire Armour's Fertilizer/: Rent
silk tissues sold for hall Press Syndicate. Middleport. Nvr Y. -
mulls and and Collecting Rent
ing a.
179tRecent DENS N
Sept. PARK GAO
price, at Katz's.Home . Specialty. Taxes paid for

baked cakes at the Woman's sales, reported by M. Tiller are Non-residents
Exchange in *Iiss Bandy's millinery the.- Homa Thomas property to Mrs.
store Saturday. Christine Marshal of PHtaburg, and the R. O. MEEK
Aderhold residence on,Main street to S.
. Go to H. C. Stanford Co'*, department ; E. Gardner. ._ x" Clssimmee :

store.- They are the originators Messrs, H. M. Breaker. and C.' E. j. ,
.of low prices' in Kissimmee, ., Dantzler of Tenn. I
, Chattanooga, purchased '
:; .,., Mr.': C. .-Murdock has. moved! his thirty acres of fine trucking land FLORIDA
family from Gotha to this city, and Is from Brown &: Nelson: Park Gardens w. iotjREAL

occupying the H. A. Matthews place. last week. Consideration,-$3,000. :

Lost:-On a street in Kisaimmee or
of Kissimmee came
Mr. E. D. Malloy ___
Knaimmee and St.
train between
.
and took his daughter, Miss Onida backto on
: Institute at Black-, Cloud a $20 bill and a tlO bill held together

shear th-Presbyterian, Ga.the, where past she two has yeara.-Eustla been in attendance please reward.with leave a rubber at this band.office and Finder receive will We give below ten reasons' why. you should ESTATEKISSIMMEE \, -:

Lake Region. % ,
"

Dantzler Capt. H.of M.Chattanooga Breaker and, after Mr.spending C. E.. good Wanted fraternal-Real proposition good, organizer: ; pays for tlO seal; a investigate the PARK GARDENS property before .

bare left for the east week, Sick and accident,;one policy pays ,K. -v .
a day or so We understand these for two; death benefit .$100 to $500; "
coast last Friday. write for particulars. B.x 789, Sanford, -_. U ..
here in Florida.
gentlemen made some Investment Florida. investing any property-in : ,FLORIDA;;
before leaving, and will return again ink

short timeI Nine acre orange KTWV of 666 trees, ''I'

tor Oeoe- 450 bearing, justbeginninjB' to bear, ----- ..---. Nssc..rekaiNlts
have secured the agency .
4 miles of Kissimmee, 1-4 mile of rail- '
Plant
ola county of Pomona Nursery of station, Not lees than 700 boxes : ..1VI TILLER .'
road .
aU convenient railroad )
City, and am prepared to furnish this Cheap at $2760.( First. The lauds are located : to both and, water
kind of fruit trees, shrubbery and year. L. A. MINX A Co.Mr. Real '
= '
lowest Estate'Agency!
palms on the shortest notice at the -: transportation. ;' :
,
price.. H. OVEBOTRBET., Jno. L Reaves was called to San ; :
"- Sept.. ,Z4-U. Kiaain-inee.. Florida: ford last Friday to attend the funeral sec td. There Are no richer lands to be found in this or any other: = t* ***' *' *WW BeWBpWaW l |
of his one-year-old nteee the circumstances Realty and'sold.l
Mr. M. W. McDuff and family, rf bought; .
of whose death are peculiarly
Winnsboro, La., have. arrived with On Sunday a week the chUd Stat .-, A Houses rented.
sad ago T '
and will r tr
livestock and household goods and .the Taxes. paid andT1Uei: ver
make Kissimmee their tome Measr in*-future.. Chas. wallowed family doctor an worked open safety'on it pm for several Third. The _lands are thoroughly adapted''to';ttie growth ..of.l",. classesof i., (fled non-residents.., ". ,'
They are accompanied by resorting to known sans.to I '
days, every .. Fire Df and Accident Insurance.
Welsh of the same place,
L. and Hiram ,; ,
who will reside with them." Mr. Mc.- remove the pin, but witboufsueeess. vegetables and fruits. ..; ,_ "' "
-
I As a last resort an operatkjtrwas decided ,
Duff in and farming.the Messrs. Welsh will engage upon, which relulted'/' tany. Fourth. The land has perfect drainage. Indemnity. Bon .., .

.
.
Mr. Win. Slade, on.of Osceola coun- energetic Wanted-and Success responsible Magazine wants man an or Fifth. There is an abundant flow'of ,tine artesian water.f ft Y if*. *"*a .-:se* : ,

ty'. oldest and most highly respected woman in Kissimmee to collect for renewals ,K>''*1' "*H' Jj? ;- i "
citizens, died at his born near CampbeU' and solicit.- new''subscriptions Sixth We gu.r utee. a flowing well on any of thejmucK lands that wesell. : '
,;, last Tuesday evening. at 8 o'clock. during full or,. are time. Experience : fQf? Screens Door :and .
and almost 1
Deceased had been an"ln..alid : ,
and unnecessary ,Anyone can start among ., 7 .., ;
several month, '
helpless for friends and :acquaintances and build up :

death He leave came. a as widow a relief:, with to whom his sympathizein sufferings.'the entire ,. out a paying capital.and permanent Complete outfit business and with-Instructions Seventh.1 It is located- two' "miles If from Kissimmee$( '7 the county-seat T- -- +of s. :.. ...,Window tt-au.. :,',' ,'" .i_es_ '.'-I r "
will deeply '
community Address "VON"Suc '
"
her bereavement Interment occurred cess Magazine free., Room 103., Success Magazine - Osceola" county, the healthiest:,town in the United'States; and( : has"fine i.; Furniture i :;.
Ripairing and '
Wednesday at Pleasant Hill cent Building New York City, N. Y. Anything -

etarq. Sept. 24,,St. schools and churches. in the Carpenter or Cabinet-
Kissimmee, Line :
Hon. W. J. Sean; of
came in this morning and is enthusiastic The Home its organization Building Company and will has begin perfected Eighth. These lands will produce abundantly of any crops'that grow --00: To-- rt,
over his city and its prospects. He t ,
A block of land has
_ says the Kissimmeeites are not showing been work purchased right away.in the western part of in this latitude. '. BARNS' CARPBttER SHOP "
manifested in some
that
jealous spirit

quarter make about and that any they other have place no criticismto but' are I for the city a of neat, contractors and dwelling plans and who are specifications now will submit In the 1 ''Ninth. You can raise on these lands from three to five crops each year. Oppoaite Freight'Depot"Spriggemng: ;

,hands
on perfectly their willing merits.to This let localities is the proper rest I bids also for proposes erecgameThecompanyI to erect houses.. for any Tent These: lands reql.lJ"e.; Jss.than: half, 'the_amount .of fertilizer

. spirit.rebound,Any and bit'other the kicker way will under certainly the jaw t I'them parties to who pay can for tarnish H on the a tot installment and allow required on pine lands, as they are rich alluvial muck lands and are un ,

some time or other. Orlando wishes ,'
Kisaimmee well, u the does every plan. deroi4.with a fine blue marl that retains the fertilizer IIU moisture. CLEANING
'Other town.Orlando Reporter-Star. 1 Mr*.. A. B. Morrison went down to "'0 .
;'::' Tampa Tuesday where she totedat For further information call PRESSING a'
on
Mr. Joseph Honeykamp of Cincinnati, boarding house and will move y DYEING <
0., one of the excursionists who arrived next week. Mrs.' Morrison has

porch here yesterday at the Alvy fell boarding from an house unfinished last keen for the in past the hotel several'Business years in and Kissimmee.Is .very C C. BROWN: and A. S. REPAIRING

.f' night and had an arm broken besidessulertng popular with all our people, both per-- NELSON
several contusions and abrasion
hostess, and her pat-
sonally and u a Leave word ai uhooM'will 4 clothe//
i *.. Dr.: River was summoned and '
without exception, are b called or '
.
jor uro.d.
skillfully set the broken limb and otherwise c-ive her up. Her only reason for Itheav O-VV'-N' E'R: S _ .". Matisfoct
Mrs.
.; administered to his want Kissimmee is that the,lease on her .

_ .Alvy affection.This waited on him morning with true he is sisterly doing rag present location has expired and she .AT GRAYSTONE .HOTEL,__ __ '_ '_ ', _' ,., _. ISSiMMEE'FLORID. 'Guaranteesr
.
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nicely. ... "
houseI ...... .; : : ,' r
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Of TAfT GONE. TOJOllEGE, I T'' - . ': . . '. : \.' .. .' . .. . ,.' . : . . : . .. . .. .

: .. :
/
Bf"AIJKems, Kissimmee Students Who.Have Gone .

of General Interest From'"the. "'in Search of Higher Education i Clearance Sale tt JSfffti. -L._" : '

Thriving! .Little CaI .taI..9f. : ** '
| .
: :Kisslmmee has'sent-odt-quite a'numi> "

"". Prosper Colony. ber of her:young people,-this fall to envt -- -- I'h: : , < ic::;; : ;, : : :

\,!. r'the various institutions of higher "

,, ''iJ4r. D. B. Sphal.?,i whose name .was, education 'throughout are the country. ; : One Lot, Ladles' White Shirt-.Waists. ', regular price 1.50, reduced to 75c. :\' (,.{<,:' :.<[ ,", ;" .
.. ,\ tho.e whom able to .
'
( nong we recall -'''"*'-'
.
I place, Ws ended received as 08tmaster'paper which tllll'will, -at present are;. ." ta' One! lot Ladies' Wash Skirts i., regul'ar price! $2.GOredilcet110. ,. , } '$1.51)). ' : .: I ., .S
,
Miaues Mary Carson rfnd- Ruby,E1H ". 'e. v--, t "h-\ e.
|enable hirrtsto begin"'work here soon.XEvery" y
at Brenau College Gainesville; Ga. ., '
dayXmir Hfn,".B. Beacham : 'Strl.ctiy. cash with ,
ndJnterpitUjl Miss Berta Bryan at'Cojf College.I AllSpecialan Prices Bras If yoii iave-a charge account us. ..
parttevouti
ijj brings buyers\ .
i' to MiewPFoeper.co: ay land. i': 1 I College Park Ga ,;, ". J iuestra.ny or the advertised!! goods charged, regular .prices willprevail.fit ', '.. _.__
Miss Alleeii Moon 'at Columbia University
.
*--!" 'Miss Effie Hansel, Heacher at Pine .
'
|Castle, visited Mr." andXMrs. D.; .B,: New York. IJI'O""E'1: : .. : : .
Misses Ha .lIami1 n and Maude,Al- ,
:Sphaler Friday and Saturday of lastfweek. Co. I IIIIMIEN .
i C. Stanford .
. X ford at Columbia College;: Lake City. 'n3 . .- ..

* ,_-Mr W.G. .Sphalerwent courtingstwo : Miss Vivian Lee'at' Wesleyan* College, . : N' -
, Macon, Ca.Messrs. '
' I > '
1t; days last week in Orlando but his w
knew it, so it's all right; Willie. Howard and Edgar' Kptz at . . .; . ,
..
Missouri Roll ma- .. .
Mining College, -
Mr. W. L.; Van Duzor of Kissimnu-e -1 .
. Mr., Jim Carson at Washington and ---------- ---- . ...... .
call to little
paid last week 4 pleasant and wide here our drove to Sand town Lee University Virginia.t : I ,#tttt"t'J1T"t't"'t'f't't"T'tt"tt"t"t'T""ttt"ttt't""t#(#"# "##' "#'!' ' '##"! "!(' "#" "!( "## '#" "#"#! _
Mr. OverStreet at medical school
Roy
f.'Lake{. with Mr.: D..R. Sphaler.: in Baltimore.-. Gray stone '- too
A new sign on the crossing at Sphal-

,:' *r's store has beenplaced there and ida.Mr.'Lee' JarreiJ at N.Messrs. University of Flor leetNroiilvea.that. No ; ,k'SIMMEf','FLA4 THE LATEST AND BEST

shows progress. Can ;
." Martin 0' Charles Car- -
terry
Mr a --
Prescott, living five miles west
DANCER -
son and Charles Prevail at olumbiaColI..go On Lake TonopekaltTra.Hunting -T -
"
of here, supplies us with frE'lti; meat N. froth the kidney } FUhine, Shooting, M-
'e'rery Saturday. T ' .. yearn' you when Golf, Tennis Roque, :-:::: -
Thirg.louk bright on every side' and I Is'll Kidneys Clock) !: Golf ''baseball '

.despite the abundance of rain hnd predictions "Done(Contributed Over.) \, N. pAle IIQid and. Sick foamy Terms Shooting.: 2.60 to 83,50 per,day. In Dry Goods Shops and '

'. of being washed out. Taft is .ft\eJliI'lR urine, to 821 per. week.\ | ,
We used to sing "When this crhel I
rill jI'.J\Jlar of -
her and come to stay. I I -
war is Well, the little boy bArtCER -
over. as
Sphaler & Co are adding new stocks Our Friends: I .
Said about the rain, 'It's done >n' the back.
to their Store and getting ready for the over Come and trv a. meal at the .,. I
is of the fact be (: or sharp .' Gents' Furnishings
Nothing convincing
'' of more Single) meals DOC; 21 .
.tqeh busines.8 which is sure to. come. 811.1t kidneys .
than the beautiful and tickets 110 Rooms *1
harmony good per
of I II
Ibacb
AS. Lenington and I. Thomas hadthe = -
will manifested by the old soldiers of I ? -
Bright's --I_ '.
misfortune to have a break down \ I -
, .while hauling) fertilizer and three wheels the two armies for each other. The ct1r'e sick I == AT ==
<< t'rJ"-nentlv.: J-t : Rooms in The Inn !annex for .
?.'eanle\ off [the. wagon. New ones were other day an old "Confederate" found Jolin L. 'RE' for Me and 100 per olirht. I =-= =-=
J.procured! at Orlando. 'an old "Federal" stranded*here In Kissimmee b#):>a: "1 am ( I' rates by tne ween or i c( -
and his hand went downin Hif'ts,' J obtained --
right 'I
r 3
:Mr. and Mrs E Orlando last Tuesday Glad Mrs. Spah- his pocket and a handful of coin was H lWney' or neta Pills.! I C. W. Dann's
him.
. vjler is improving after her illness. given 'tV\ Kidney W. THURMAN ;
Mr. and Mrs. Brown and; daughter of Jt is really wonderful! to see men whoa l lar )n passage; I .
few found each other with bark sediment PROPRIETOR.v- -
-
years ago
: California have.arrived in Taft and are -
in their hands, and did their' best D'an'e Kidney -
located at: present at the Murphy home, guns thee Drug: Co. i :::::
- - - - -- --
, #where they will remain until Uieir'hoiiaeIM I to take each other's lives, now meetingin qe: PX><* pro I or111ltlllllJlJlililllll11J1illll1l1i1JI1J11liillllitlti' &&) 11111iil1111111111

. { completed. Lumber Is ordered aod social intercourse and with evidencesof f\.rg. i1 recomme> ) Wood's Descriptive c:: ,

J'[:work wih soon begin N. brotherly! kindness: Fvf vale by all /

J..' .Pastor Murphy filled his appoint- \..Yep:, the with war is flag over.and We are one ao1t't oates' 0lent- for Seed Catalog gmmminmmmmmmmmnmim"#"("("('(!#"#"('('#"(!"('!" " "# "# "# (' "nnnmmnmimn'"#" "!" "#" "("#'#
't nents at Pine Castle last Sunday. people one one goVl'mmenl. R.t>tt\ mber -

; A teacher has not been secured for "The past is In the eternal t811" 1\0 other. now ready, gives the fullest *-:::: . 3

N t this term but it is hoped we may find past Let the terms "Yankee" and '-- '- laformatlon about allSeeds __ ,

f One soon. "Rebel" be eliminated from our vocabulary T0 ot for the Sewing Machinesn -
.. Owucrs 1 : | 1
_
much and
,t. Mr.: Hart spent_ lcI1d y1t.hhia ,TherKis! o-forgive- only Of food \
,."ttolher and'els\,er-BO he says. We be- forget on both sides. But as we are & *jw ,*. Ien-him. now only America, we must do honorto 'I-I'e! location I iI
eri. Machines 1
lsel | Slewing
leaders
brave
'noble
ork on the surveying is progressing the aqd men on Ilt c"'t..llott.once. Vetches. Alfalfa. -

': flnelv and it will not be long before both sides. Seed Wheat Oats. ::::: / .
--- JIIIPA UI / :::::
j1 things ill be in shape to push building Barley /
Rye e ==
11iD FOR SAL JackKO ,
ourto .
!, Come to Taft and see for yourself: the amt tells all tSeeds E rS WING MACHINES 3
; ;
.%fine opportunities offered before it II. to egetbk Sc Flower \ ::::: :::::
Orange grove in bearing; Inside Hty M
:late. We shall wra. if we try. /
interested In the fall to == ==
limit.Particulars to parti NORTH eaa be planted .
t.rSome: of the following named men and profit, and about :::
Forty acres inside ctty limits, fronting .
k,were in Taft last Mo day and some and
east, on good street. Fine hammockland ., TuHpa other :::;;;;'W'
i ix "
P.bought'and others are considering the ....,. Bulb. Vegetable and :: -
:best of soil handy to high school, I K ==
matter: E. Brewer, C. A. Gummings, Strawberry Plants Poultry
J*,;M. West, L. D. Brown. S. 1\,1 town. This property will sell for three ... Farmer tad Gardener hcHild-
rand. Joe Wheeler. All were' pi ed tides jts present price in two.years. i this ..* *otr. It I. Invaluable In I :: wing Machines we arc going to :::::
..with their reception here and enjoy!! 11 iDE I i- h.lpf.1...f.nJ itifrrnUT*)* for .
Twenty acres hammock land, unimproved A. S. tebl. ud **Ottclorr'Trm oc
fF) fine, dinner!. gotten up for them. the limits ., C".I0'tre.. OIl g oner for the next thirty dabs for_
adjoining corporate '
... Write f.r.- j
o II.immee.- : == strict* cash business: / .

I Birthday Anniversary Celebrated. Traces of excellent celery land in any .-WI' WOOD & SONS, E -:- 3' .

I .very pleasant evening'was spent at size, from 2 to 100 acres, where flowing 11 S..dsmen. Richmond Vs.UPTODATE. '-" .New lion e Machine, regular price. "

Pa. Bom* of I. Thomas at Taft last wells cane' .secured. Write make Dry (jOOdS. ;>. ; / ::' .. . _E >.. .,. ..; ,.........,. ._ _.. II,-Sat 1 e." $3 II. -."'-""'"" (""- -.w'' f.! .".',
lond.. ;Sept M it the wants trouble to -w.' + -' '
I being occasion your:, Known JfJd; answer l' / ::::: I
, of Mn Thomas'* birthday''uuiiverury. < questions.; >v s Glassswre t;i'I! j.: :E Wins Fred Machine* regular price 3$6

i Mr,.Part, tMsfurveyor at Taft, was A. s: NELSON> Jcbita-Kans; S. '..: JI'"' } 1 !- 1e. 40. _==
also
bom
on the &me date and It was .. -=
)| decided to celebra the I -- -
event
to.rether.. 'We sell .
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j. tyout fifteen. ;fJltle] *n friends of both PhotographI PuPlic, l.tions. I and House ::::: ==
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I IVrtJ: met at the Thom home in honor am prepared to make p tographs '! I

*.i of the occasion: and proceeded to do of all kinds atjmy studio loca jd just \Jbacr .

I I'i L their part toward malting It ate event. above the Midland Ry., on Broadway,. paid.Magazine\ : only \ Osceola Hardnrai'e.Coe \;

I Music on the Puplex phonograph )by; or will go anywhere to make outside I Ih0ae I Painting i ,,

j&MrLemipgton. was highly, enjoyedxby views. Prices reasonable' -8

y all..also was'the box of fine cigars, t ] A. LANCASTER. ., iluiHimmuiumiumiuumiiummmwmuimiawuuiR 1

&'gUt from D,B.SphaJercthe boys.. A.acia1

,Urn*.was bad .until 10 o'clock Maps of florida ,

when the hostess Invited,,the guests IIIw.be To y subscriber w the Valley Gajt- ,Mrs. I It .Han'ging''PlasticoilIg 1
dining'room; decorated with ferns ette we : 26 cents, a pocket map of the State : ,
v
rand Chinese lanterns. It Jl needles to /
of FloridaVX /
1:'.ay'what happened the mosf'delectabUanpper JS t r,

'Tery efficient wnrh,waa waiters.|served After'.upper by tb. two Old papers, foXsale>y at/s th otilce. 20cahunarea Guaranteed 1 The _Waters &. Carson


cigars' were again indulged In until late HEALTH AMOVITALITY "'' .
t1 bour. On.'of the principal _topics dis- .eVSSS PalaThe "

,cussed was the future officer and poiuiI anal rou-e iw\A! tome ree ,- Nee for m.. \\SoJtv \ Grocery CompanyWholesale
and wom.Dpro bUitles Etc.
of their
.Taft.: AU'gay. hearty n ..ym..in and MOOWI a noru.a1vas : A. GILBERT
!*thanks. for the pleasure of the 1 evening ,. O r..!.\>:y_dmniitjtr b:'at 11,00_ ,
i\' boA a:_ for 50 Ofc Sota.ODq! by sea. in8 $oi c
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i and'.,departed wishing Mr. Hart and J..T,_ 'I CONTRACTOR.: I ,

$3 Mr.. Thomas many more such happy WILL1. .. and Retail Dealers in- ,
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: ,!ven&. *A.' B. L.Xjt ..,." rot nt",\.. r t
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<.I RIVERS //ft
rRR r l/d,rbeble /ft./ ,
ORANGE GROVE FOi s.u. Situat- B' roote.tna In ] QROCERIES: :

y.' ed,about threemiles, from Jftsslmmee,' > ;; bled fso" "1 'a"fait"a r.u.... IA ANDSUROEON

Von railroad, less than mMMjuarter mile ,.nIaftel ...,IIIt to..s a 51,1t,1I1.. : ce over Osceola Pharmacy '
Jrfrora station and wUUn 100 yards of pc alb.t.. 0p11.,. .
; Mt it..k..ti.s waaetab.a.edaf.r.rtreTe.w.r.otaeb..a...... .. t Residence,153 '
""ftchurch;/ and .ehooKhouae;, thickly settled bon laprovtag Iowao sad" .. P ONU' office. 14*" .'
I oo .
'commupHy. Grove contains 12 ''Movl* are working to auk rry'Eed : - -. ,\
;aces, about 60 large, t>bearing orange . *ntPorsl Bmy....IM.yywba*.+...'". "|+.., '. Da J. W.iMP8ON'DENtIST. - .--' .:- WE. SELL .- WE BUY. ,

( t and.over ,400Jrl'I.petruittr.ea remrnvm .,...mttv.mttmuu.farm :
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on j cs ucr.D. "
{) t doming Into bearing;also nearly 400 .M.man*ooo rM.MM., HAY HIDES
r'psach trees. Will sell at a bargian. -
I address box 283 KbI iF. Q Upstairs In Katz Building. GRAIN
i For particulars I FURS
t SEEDS 9 .. m. "012 m. I
" fJ" HOURS | 1.: m. FERTILIZERS: WOOL'
1' No. 76 Jun 5. Irr
i JStove:wood delivered in tdwn at$1.00per = SHINGLES
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.strand.: i_ I II 1 ... AND
',,' 16-tf "KISSIMMEE LUMBER Co. I II H. JENKINS.Surveying Colic : ORANGE BOXES ,-
v I ALL
ORANGE.WRAPS
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yM\' y=Olalapefstlor: . .sale_ at this offlde I I IaIA.ra Ii 'vt7CTINrT VEGETABLE CRATES -- COUNTRY


NOTICE,TO CREDITORS. I and. c I ; I PE'v .AND BURGEON CRATE. -NAILS PRODUCE I

Aa...- asvlag cWe.er d.m..A.'sgsia.ttlt.l.tardMartbe Peoa. Yt-tease I'
rkls1 the
: = A.TtN..td4..late $" moon/
Poae.T
I. art A ct td i>
I ...... tb. _to h... reAof,{>e the IDO I ,
..hwekr pneMi MOM \ >. coq, -. may W. CARSON, D. D. S. We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds.
..,sfaabWft.W*the tin pmexibfcl b --- .
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.,_W sass will IM form bund; Bad all o bowel. .. DENTAL PARLOR We give special attention to fitting tjut huntinaand camping .
+ CbuMaad ,
......atd.brd r said.... will make ima.d1.t..eti.aad OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL Id ,' i Onsta RIvER. BUILDING parties.'
> ..kifYood.! ...laeedR. It .W cAootn7 ." OBCKOLA PHARMACY Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
i).'MEEK.MTtteEXateef ( do Wfl. are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular <_
; lest,. AiTorHncto. KISSIMMEE. FI A. Wed beat a a ;g w :: and prices fertilizers. __"
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"' '" :::1'.i"","'. ..'.1'.' ..r.teelyen., ,.",' \ ," ? soy. .. .tvKISSIMMEE ?. ....,. ",'" ,'1"(0"lm.I "\" ") ',.; 1. .' ." t
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GENERAlDmcaORYOf . f ; . ,



.the.. Churches-and Fraternal Societies BAPTIST CHURCH < Prosper Colony Company l a;

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of l Kfcsimmee.< : -,- c /<
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.:a.? .Coo. tending. "meetly for tM faith wkloh\ was one* for all. -,, :
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ti ,, delivered. note UM Batata."-Jude..., 1 : : >*
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CHURCHES. "Offer to the Investor And homeseeker healthful) } climate .

BUNYAN STEPHENS.'rAsren. k \
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... ---- > al good
: : watergood; roads:;besft railway transportation -' "

e\ 4'' \SN BAPTIST ;WELCdME : ,' 'I i, facilities and the best' five acre:of land ''In' A.

B Stephens '* x PRO3PEA Florida for $1OO. Terms $10 cash balance
r yan } pastor 'The nine \ t
? To all within .
strangers our gates seats are
'Sunday Schpol$.45 a. m.-N. C. C OLONY equal monthly payments of $10 '
Bryan, free and a <>earty: 'Christian greeting. will be extended', 1,
'\. .. t 6 Remit $10 to.the Orlando Bank a'nd '
superintendent. ,, 'to alL "I ,: ,'.' : Trust Company j":
Preaching 11 a. ooNmd 7.45 p. m.'.'- F > Orlando, FJorlda, for each five-acre farm you"

'Prayermee [ng7.46 Tb r.dayeyening. PROGRAM-SEPTEMBER' 26 1909.. ..' .< U $ -tapurchas.,4be! cashier-will send you contract,-
.. o- --* 'FAF and !toJ
B..Y, Bt U. 7.46 Frlda, venlng. ,. "'x' when ten acres-re: purchased you.are given, a lot j

Visitors always. welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. v.. JMORNiNO" A.. M. .... v PRO.PR: In-taft 50x120 feet: ,' ,''
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} Piano Prelude-Miss Elizabeth Carson. 4 COLON' KiJt ,
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DoxolOgy.ongregatlonStandin Wj
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- -rs-s-s: :: delT-tlastor,t tnvocat / "\ '
Hymn 38-"Safely Throv.gAnother>\ Week. :
Sunday School 9.45 a], fn-Geo. 'F, Scripture" Reading. Prosper Colony

. Parker Christian, superintendent Endeavor) tf.45;;? -p..' m. Oifertory-697-'Jepus' Shall Reign." I' -j"i Company' j; X

Sermon. e '
Preaching every second and. fourth. i Invitation 323-'"Arise,. 'my Soul, Arise." '- I ; / E KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA.. '" "

Sunday atJl ku mr and7:30: p. m. t Y J tIn
AGNTSWANTMD
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Prayer' .meeting.:and'choir, practice The evening service will be held'' tn connection 'I, 'I .

Thursdays betore the second and fourth 'th a union service of all the churches at the Pres*. _f wrlllng please mention this paper. ?.' ,

Sundays at 7:30 p. m.- by Brian church. Services begin at 7.30p. m. .-
This church Is a memoer: of the Wekiva Associa- '
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Visitors .rn cordially invited to all ,\
tlon which meets at Sanford October 6-8. All .
memo i
services. ben who an arrange to attend should do so.* The . N. ..NNN ..NN...NNNlF lF lFI :
-:-- Alsociatlo Beds your presence and you need the .' .


AJ M. Chisholm CHRISTI., pastor.N. church Association. There will will be inspiration.chosen be in the Sunday neighborhood! The morning.messengers of two from hundred this ;rat '

:Preaching first and third Sundays ol Sunday School Sunday :The two hundred mark
.depends largely on you. 'Will you be there T 1 We Have in Stock at I :
month at 11 and
. each a. m. 7,45 p. m.1Bible The pastor is not\d re am ing-aJ together' when he

', School 9.45'a.: : m.-C. E. Yowell, suggests a Sunday School-.of three. hundred by Christ I 1'

superintendent mas. With the membership of the Church as large .

Chni tian"Endeavor_ first and third as it is, six hundred would not be out of proportion. 1 :' ..
Kissimmee is growing-why noX, the Church and its .
Sunday of each month at 6.80 p. m. auxiliaries?

J>rayer, .etlng and choir practice ..very


; ,I Thursday,- at-7.45. p.'M: DEACONS-C.OFFICERS A. Carson.AND N.SERVICE 4 Bryan.s M..Willson.C. 1" ..tow' Prices ":' ; i ij


David*)D.'Kidd:PISCOP4L.Rev. rector.. Jr.Dann., C. TREASURER Woodall,-J.Conrad S4. Bryan Collier. GL - W. : .

SERVICES OF ,THE CHURCH-Sunday, 9.45\a. m.,
Services second Sunday at 10.30 I
every Sunday School; 11 a. m., and 7,30 p. m.. Preaching; j> :
_a. m. and 4 p. m. Thursday, 7.30p. m. Prayer Meeting; 7J50 ---'Morning prayer and II tarty every Sun- .m. B. Y. P. U.; rivet and' Thrd| Mondaysp.. mC 2 .. .4..

day at 11.80 a. m.-Conducted by a lay. Ladies' Missionary and Aid Society. \<3 . '" .

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man. ..
4x.44.4444, .
Sunday School-1st, 8rd and 4th Sun- I" : '

day lOjftOa. m., 2nd Sunday 9.30a. m.- .
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W.. G. Harlklns superintendent. "
Shenli's Sale. Shenfl's Sale. \ ..
All services suspended during July t':

and August.. Under and by virtue of a certain execution ... Under and by virtue of a certain execution .la- .. ..
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sued of the: Circuit sued out of and : .. .-- -r:: -- .
1 out of and under -the seed under the seal of the /'Ircult ., -------- --- ,
Court for Osceola County jPlortda. !anddatedJAur C urtlo......... o.-O.eeela-Oountr. ; F1ortd(.-anil' --"- ...- - --- J V ..!

__ .__METHODIST.. .:. ____ -lU8t.-K.lJ.. I408,' ,mit:.1.:Noon U plaintiff dated September let. IWGTwhereln; the; Waters A *
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Jas. T. Mitchell, pastor. and C.II. Sheppard andL.J. Jones are dafsndanta I I Carson Grocery Company la plaintiff and Frank ."

Preaching every Sunday morning and I have levied upon and will sell to the highest Franklin defendant I have levied upon and will \Carload of Nails :
and best bidder for ash before the court house I'r ell. to the highest and beet bidder for -each before ':
evening. door in Ktsalmmea, Oaeeola County Florida, on the Court House ICiaalmmee. Oeceola
Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -J. M. Lee, the 4th day of October. A. D. 1U09!, the earns being I i County. Florida, on Monday the 4th day of October

superintendent a rule day for said Court, between the legal j I A. D., 1'IOB! The same being a Rule Day for
Prayer meeting every Wednesday hours of sale* 11 o'clock. m. and 1 o'clock p. m'. I said Court between the legal hours of sale II CEuoad of Pittsbrir Perfect
the following d.rlbedl-tata.. to-wif, Undivided o'clock a. ni. and 2 o'clock p, m. the following
night. I
one half Interest hcu. and lot In the described real estate to-wlt: East half of BlockB. .
Choir practice every Saturday night. Town of Klsalmmee..... more particular described ,I L. Robert Baea addition to the town of Kla- -

I as fallows,to-wlt: Beginning 74 f t north of the simmer City. Florida. : Y
southwest of P.rknd Bay .t.reata.t their Levied .._ .. Fran r"ranVlln FenCll'tifWlre
F'RATERNALrSOCIETIES. corner ; |- on Hiejirop rty. *-- 1
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'eccaaiag at the corner of HlocsTO. RofetTBass addition --i defendant, and sold to satisfy said execution and \

to the Town of Kissimmee. Florida and coat C. F. PREVATT, .
MASONIC. running north 75 feet to the corner of Lot 4. Sheriff Oaceola County. Fla.. ,
t..noe..t. to right of way of the South Florida Aug. 'H. 1900.L.itatlon. Carloacl .
Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. & Paroid Roofing -<-
Railroad Thence south along aald right of war ;
A. M., meets first and third Monday to a point due east of beginning. Thence west to t .

nights in each month at 7.30 o'clock in a point of beginning. Levied on aa the propertyof i of Administration.In .. ,
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U H. Sheppard defendant, and sold to satisfy, . .
Hall. = __ ,
Fraternity Counts Court.Oaeaola County: Florida Br the -+-- t

J. W. Prentis, W. M. said execution-and. oosta, -
R. O. Meek, secretary. ,. .. Whereaa.G. B. Woodall baa applied to this ;
OsoeolaCounty Fla.Aug. .
Sheriff .. .
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Court for Letter of . .. ...
Adminlatratlon on the Ea- .s . \
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.31st.: 1940. ." tate of Ella E. Woodall'd.c.s.d.. late of aaldCounty'of . .,,, !eo< I',,1111",1' "," ' ,..Jt.1S"< ','" ',..I,,"11.I' {<;,jJ., 'r, :' .:J" f' ': "'1':' ;w.,
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KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS. paeeola I' '- : "
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'11 : ( ; ( I
YQrder '' ; ( { 'to :
yet Friendship Lodge'"N 10,'meets every ) For Public tfon.I" Theee are therefore to cite and admonish all I.' " 'i 'i. ',.",,'"'S ''f," 1" .1<"' J 'f'' .j ao.". :
and singular the kindred and creditors of said. I" '. '" ... ",
i Wednesday night at 7.30'o'clock in Fra- ......... ,. ,"\ \ '''",...r. .. .
{ . ,the-Circuit O..urt 7th Judicial Circuit.p.-, d. ,to be and appear before this Court, on ; \''. .
ternity1IaU.., "-'-" .. .J ,J"' "".-',,_. -' .":' -" ": '". WeeoUi Coudiy'Flotidg-ln' : Chancery:'" !or before the 4th day of October"A. D, 1909. and \: '!' "'\ .;, "."'",,-,..,' -, .. " ,- ;' ,.., -. "' '''''.' ''f1 ' "t'I' :'..

'.*, .T. M. Rivers, chancellor commander, Elizabeth Ke..n aDd her husband.J, Keen T*. tfle objectkma.. if any they. have to the granting 1 BEFORE

R. O. Meek, keeper: records and eek1. Relnliold lleb..lf.... situ Werner R.' Boheifer I letters aa aforesaid otherwise the same will be : BUYIN : CALL ON '.
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Clmul'From granted
nil) to Remove Title. aa prayed. r \
It"|"p,.nnir by affldarlt appended to the 1 Wltnaas my name as County Judge of the '. '

CEOLA CAMP NO. 79, w. o w. bill mud In the alx>tt bold linifvr. atlas Werner H. Mpheifer the De- D. 190. O. F. KRIBBS. .
Meeting nights second and fourth nlant tlieruln named, in a nnti-reHldeut. of County Judge .. '
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Tuesdays a%.7.30 p. m. the Slate of Florida, and a resident of The m

A. D. Cilbe C. C. -' (4
C. W. Dann, C !k. one re.l
appear| to the Bill of Oomvlalut fljwj In aidaoee J. 8. btratton, as guardian of the relates of the '
No ..a or I btifore Monday the lot day of November following named infants: r Nathaniel Htratton Iw.
A. D. IMm, otherwise the allegations of : Mamie L.. Stratton Laurada Stratton: I B. MAKINSON CO
--The Home Building Company of Kissimmee said bill will be taken &. confessed by said Josephine. Stratum, Benevia !Stratton aud Tiny :

invites correspondence With all Defendant ? Btraiton will" apply to the Hon" deo. F. Krlbbs, l
, parties desiring to build in Kissimmeeor It In further ordered,tliat thia,order be pub County Judge of Oaoeola County,Bate of Plop .
llnhexl once a week for eight consecutive week Id., .
its immediate vicinity. This company at KiaRlmmee ID Said County,on Monday, ,
In the Klmlnrmee. Valley OaaetM, ..new.pep rpublbihed the 1Mb day of October A. D. 1_. at 10 a. In. > -. .
is prepared to erect any kind of In said County and Butt*. on said day for an order all at, private tale ............. ..... . ......... ...

;residential buildings on installment Tbli. August. 190.- the following described personal property belonging ..
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,- 'plans.. ARTHUrt. DONKOAN, to laid infants respectively{ vii: .. 0.. L
Clerk Circuit. Court. Those certain stocks of rattle ranging in said "' a T B s? l ai s am S ea eraB rTsB "3r S* BS a al 4
for Sale. J. L. MOON, county and marked and brajded aa follows: \ .* 4/|
8omiorforCo) ipu inant. Mark Crop split in on. ear and Sharp In the r )
': Six"hundred 'acres muck, hammock other ear.* Brand OT: Mark; Overstope un- Your Money B&bk 1

,"and pine land lying along Sugar Belt Order For'Publication.In in one ear and Sharp split la the other : .
': from Kls deride 13: being the property of the sale J. H. REDDITT I Ii \ a -.
railroad, about three miles the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit, K you don't > :
:). Stratton; Mark: Oreraiope underbit say thlsja the best offer ever made by the .t"Best
< almmee, also on dirt road to St. Cloud. Oac ole County, FloridaIn Chancery.Clifford JEWELER .
i in one ear and uaderbit In the otherear Paper IJf Dixie." $
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V Bowen Joined by beg hu.bsnd John .
Good buildings and small grove I ,}>ran4 U; Markt Overalopa underbll In AND : ,
F Bowon, T4 Debbie H Thurman H. W. The
Also fifty acres on East Lake t ftiile i Thunnan,the Dutton Bank, a corporation ender one ear aod Underblt in the'other ear brand Sen1Weekly JoMraal.. iHtnotitb- kj
', from St. Cloud plantation. All good the lawi. of Florida, doing business at doable A inverted i Mark Crop upper and andtrblt WITCDREPAIRER THe Carrier and Patron, ala! mesuha M ,

\muck-land. For farther particulars Oalnnville, W. R. Thomas, Auntell Bank, acorporsuon in on. ear and Sharp split in the other' The WomarWOr'ht Magazine; ,-ark Month 5i
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ear. Brand circle S and double A Invarted; being .
write or call ori Roll) Bags, Kissimmee; under th.laWI of tieorglaSyd L. tba property of the laid Mamie L. Stratton: '"...
1 Carter and C. R. Layton,aa oo-partnera. doing All Three. Six Months
'Florida Sept. 17, -tf.VOITLL builnni under the name and style of Carter A Mark: Overslope in one .... and Uadersquare ,3 C nET
In the other ear, Brand 63 Mark c f
; : Crop upper N, .
and B. Thom.Bill For foreolof-
Layton: J. for .
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i sod underblt in one ear and Upperaquar In Ne eo..AIIe.. .....
ure.It the other ear brand W Bier da. Us| being the
appoartll6'b1' affidavit appended to the
property of isjdLauradaStratton Mark 'JSend today as this offer-wont : .
feel ; ; last -
bin sold ID the above stated cause that 8. -}. - -- --- -- -- -. -- -- --- .1on t !
Ov.nbp.ls.ae ar a d Underblt la the
1 bomae la-a non-raaldent and a resident of
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. other...,brand M; being the property of the DEPT.-'el \ .-'
Denrer. Ool.,and ii over the age of twentyone ,
bald Josephine Stratton; Mark: UnderelopeUpporblt B. MILLER .
years and Au>tell Bank la a non-realdent ourporstlou
better for work of the State of Florida and a realdent la one ear and Uppersquare in
The
I : corporation of the State of Georgia; it la therefore the other ear, brand M; being tho property of \.... Semi-Weekly Journal Atlanta Ga. f fi
th..std Benaria
ordered 'that the laid non-renldent de. Btrattou and Mark; Crop ,
: fendanti be and are hereby required to appearto two spins In one ear and Underrlope. In the BARBER SHOp- j
other car. Brand M; being the property of ,theaUhXLny *
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if the bill f complaint died In laid cause on .1 ,
play or rest 'Stlatton,
you or before Monday,the
Dated September lath, 1_. UP-TO-DATE SERVICE BY '<::
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: WOV otherwise,the allexatlona of said bill .. ',
s 1. STRATTOV.As .
will be taken M ooofeand by said defendant. 8. -' .. ,,
EXPERIENCED WORKMEN l..M. 4 < < | t,4. .
Guardian aa Aforesaid.P. .. Mini fM !
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It In\ further o'1e""" that tola order be pub- MI n i
eat Oats A, VAns Ao.8W'. "
Quaker Attorney for Guardian.Osceola
; tahed once a wee I for four oonaeoutiTe weeka
in the KlMlmmee. Valley Oaaette. a newipaper. -
published la aid county and State Kelly Suspenders15.to5Oc <

Tab Aagu.t lath, 1809. County
_at least once a ARTHUR. DONEGAN, Soda FountCold ,
Clerk Circuit Court

'\ Erans, Solicitors Raile,for H.oomolaloant L. Andaraoa, R. M. Hampton Abstract Company. Drinks and Fine Viking Hosiery" for Men, Women; and .

day. .. Box Candies Children 6 pair $ .00.


.. NOTICE. O. P. OARRETT. Manager. ,
Norm.la heraby gives that plaaa and aneeld *'
,No Better Goods the Market .
-- on at These Prices.
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r- PIL.E I MILWilliam. ; eaUona for prop ami are now on ale Real -
P0.Erl [. estateTitles
.. at themes of the tow and dtlaea oealrlasto "' .
*.clerk any
ledf.n I'ea"
IIUed, Bisding..Pile'wau6mt toUttaT" Pil.' .; It abaorba,. IMpact earn aaa oVa aa by calling at said. ,Taxes ezftmtDed s>nd reported oa Cigars.Cigarettes. Tobaccos "

/pho.s H1e t1llll0"tI.Olli".t... irI..la.I, alleys Ie epued l&cIblD..for,at. PO.WRI OD090..aa"..agile..IadWeg a. a Was By.order of Council this Sth day of Aa.. A. D carefoUdrawn Instruments paid for relating noa-rasidenu to real estate. j -f THE: CASH: ST6Mr t.J

tae =- pana. Pria80eatedgL04 soil 15* -- -. .
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RUN-OVER LOCALSWork in order,to give the party a chance to Mich., have arrived in the city things booming in and around that "- New
t visit the places of interest in those cities and for the present are occupying the thrifty-little Florida city. Mr. Collier
and that many other courtesies, not flat over J. M. Willson Jr's. real estate also gave us the pleasant news that our Our Drug
usual on excursions, were shown them office. Mr. Lathrop was here in the young friend Will B. Harris, 'an old
equal to the beat at the Gray- during the trip. which time he has made a Laurens boy, and the bright and ener-
atone laundry. compete tour of the state, investigating getic editor and proprietor of the Kis- Stock Meat Market
A' the advantages of every section, and simmee Gazette, is well and prospering.
Mr. W. F. McEndree of Norwalk Sheriff Prevatt is making it warm for
-' s states that he is now satisfied that We Mr. Collier is a-most pleasant gentleman
Ohio, has arrived with his family and the violators of the game .law. Last have the best town and the best sectionin and we bet he is both a good citizen ...
will locate at St. Cloud. Mr. McEndreewa week he secured information against Florida, 'and he to and kind S. C.
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a pleasant Levy Prescott who lives at Cocoa on chase property and 'settle here. Mr. Herald. I
" morning and i is highly !pleaaeO?. with.. theoutloooiC .I the East Coast for killing deer out of Lathrop and family will be cordially will find necessary to have In AFTER
rTor the 1ol1Y.> ; --- --I wagon-.in- thf-ettHti ivwwGUono.C.Uuacounty ; .wpcom>fd.nQp1c.._._. .___ ___ Mr. Moses Folsom of the National the' way oiPiire delay of som
and went over and brought him "Trttmn tL_H..._
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C apt. H. M. Breaker. returned this weeks I ban
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Kribbs held The Mayor of St. Louis has honored ,'t
a "special' term of the He with the ---- H.-
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t been to look over the Everglade lands. county court when Prescott pleaded Kissimmee with an invitation to our
I After making the trip Capt. Breaker is guilty and was fined $25 and costs. Mayor to attend the Conference and sion party from Cincinnati He and states reportsa that Drug Sundries my Meat Market
more thoroughly convinced thanever' most agreeable trip.
now Banquet of Mayors of American Citiesto ,
g i that this is the best section in be held in connection with the-xSt. his party are highly pleased with St. and iollcl
kt Florida for the homeseeker and inves- Mr. C. W. Kinnear of Kingville, 0., Louis Centennial celebration. The inYj-! Cloud and are having a great time look a share of the public patronage.
tor. and Mr. Usher of Conneaut, 0., who tation is most artistically engraved ank' ing over the lands and locating their EASTMAN KODAKS AND
| came down on the old 'Soldier's excursion purchases at that place. Mr. Folsomexpects I have secui-nd the services of an
| Mr. and Mrs. C. W. of Grand embossed on a card ten by twelve inchesin SUPPLIES
Fleming yesterday were pleasant callers at to remain here a few days look- ,
Lake, Mich., in size. About one thousand mayors experienced' l cutter, and will endeavor
t., arrived the. city yesterday this office this morning. They are both ingxafter the interests of the colonistsand
v with the colony excursionists, and highly pleased With the appearance! of are expected to* participate in this-! fteeinfe that their wants are supplied We handle only reliable to handle at all times only
owing to the indisposition of Mrs. Flem- j and celebration. As an answer was request imtiT comfortably and .
, things generally are particularly:) they are first-class oods.Osceola .
ing stopped over in Kissimmee till this delighted with our climate. They have Mayor"Murphy has sent his regrets owing permanently located. such meats as will |please -my CUR
;;S: morning. Mr. Fleming: is an old newspaper I both purchased lots in the St. Cloud coin to the confliction o.{ dates with our to mer!!. .
r; man, and has been through the ony which they expect to improve. Mr. home celebrations. of florida. Pharmacy
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L, He paid this office a fraternal call yes- while he cannot come just yet to remain Mr. E. F. Collier of Kissimmee Fla., To any subscrHwr to the valley Gazette a trial order.
B" terday afternoon'and gave an interest- permanently he stated that his family while on a visit to his old home in North we wilt send Jjpstpaid,Upon receipt
//i. jng account of the trip down. He said I would probably be here a little later and 'arolina'dropped in to see us for a few os 25' cents a pockeVrnap of the Stateof ::1 D.
t the train wad held for-several hours' at,. at least spend the winter. mmut- 8. Mr. Collier is a prosperous Florida. \ R. COLLIER.
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