Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 12, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00411
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.: ; do it'now, .so that Kissimmee' ".71 I I com 'a Clt,1 of much Importance within IP ,'J

r 1 IS HAROTOBIItVL'K311SaS : [ : benefit by this immense amount of .advertising TWQ. r Grapefruit Bud a very short Urn, and.that property TlflOCAlDtCHANtfOf .[ (:

: that will sorely follow our will- necessarily advance to 'somethinglike .. -..,.... .
_, early application for the Club' house! : its..true _value, .hence they1' buy la ; tJ '

,r eople'LOOk" tross-Eyed at The.Chapter II i very enthusiastic!} over Se venty'Trees 'Yiet&a:' 'Revenue: of $92*75' and all the vacant' ,business lots o.sibl.and Uli as"' r""ers"1Ias" One of Mil:
the communication from'Mr., Lea -Ban as much of the reaid.nce'property as Is "
Mr. A.B. Havens When He TdlS dye published in last week's, .Valley Still,There AreT n .Boxes to Pi cl,.. ,on th. market. Most e Modern,wd Up-To-Drte,

,j. of Our County's Wonders., Gazette. Only a few dollsrt ifior*need ... This, of course; will mean rnanymor) Pad, ng Houses in Ffendo.For .,. .I'

be raised'to add to business :"bouses" and dwellings'erected ."
.. ) 1 to.
I _... .. - .....-- -..- .' -", Hw this winter and spring there is'not y
Lions to complete -- as a
The following letter from Mr. A. B. -W-t -'''-' some tim atter'theorp I ttoa'
should be .... I vacant' house t>f any' charactcr ourww'n
This of the Klsslmms: Citrus Growers'Association
Harens 'who spent, teld\: y. here a '., -
: "' "winter
who Is in full ) .tooay, andf the, regular
will be read with inter; !. ) '.. : .', it looked. though- failure to
time :
'short :. ; -/2\f.\
ge I : :. ( r'- : trev.1'bu
whlch lifalong not begun.
was":rained; yet
whrcbTK
>. .eat b7 ppreon* living; in the 'north"and- for ......::::.!.,,.1f-. ,.""'j"f"--Z4.f: secure a'.ulfid.gt. number of signers,to
the.same line as the chapter house idea.. \., make the venture1' and '
conclusively that profitable -
oar permanent q
t west'* U.prov." 'i' \, FOUR LEGS TO CONTEST
claims for this lection- are voiced by -r .was Certalty:but today it Is the'
:thOIt' who.come here and make an in- VALUABLL.' lOT SOLD, { -" healthiest as well as the richest organization , ,

Vestagatteri. Mr.: Havens in' a man' of Auto Racers .Will 'Spend r the Night in Osceola county, numbering on '

In hit prominence .
much [The Thurman 'Corner on Brodway .In Kissimmee. ,! '
be alaolutely relied upon.] largest'growers, among'whom:: are;
statement can ,
4 ':' 'ts of mops ''have been made of '
.- Purchased;:by Missouri,Parties' ; .: John M.-Lee.and brother, LeeParsons.Cattle
.... the official route to be' followed by the
I deal in cityproperty mad ,, Co., L. H. Cohoon;, W< A. ]Mc- a"Cool
Street The largest
2025 Tremont
various. aotomobilei, which .will, take J. K. Weatherty' '
Hilliard, Jra '
Kansas CItY KB Nov. 5, '09:! for some.time occurred this week when In the to via JacksonvDl
r ,. part Tampa Tampa F. O'Berry M, Kits s. C., Partln,.,
sold the'Thurman : ? ,
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Csxette. Mr. ,Wi; S. 'Alyea J" .i ''. automob 'endurance contest. '
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"Editor Valley. l Floyd L. Forbes, A. D. Thompson;Leoa' tHebb
, of Posslel ,
' property on the corner avenue *
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In thenands engraver :
They are now
After one, returns ,from journey and Broadway.Mr.'George.Richardson --riTM-: W. L.xMoseley; T. B' Moseley "
through! country new' to, hind,-h. .Mo., 'the price and within, fawNSays will be M. II.,Porter J..W..MilJ.r,.L.-E.I J'o,
of Kansas City, :
.bring*back to his home food for thought, paid going high into'four.,flgurei.1\, ... ready'-for !jthe, printerndSthenth: :*. beau, H. N. Button, R.D.: Libby, S.. tl' .
"field he book of rules, containing tbejnapsyeto ,, >B. Story G. W. Best C' S. Area F.'
F to digest at his leisure;of :the. 'This I.: considered one .of'th. nioatvaluablepropertle.lwJClssimmeertnd to ? ; i
win be printed'nd sent those w ,H. Lawson J..F. Reaves J. ?if'
+ has traveled) ove ....: -. Barclay r
or.shown
+p ---rh.Te, covered in my travels nearlyevery will make an Ideal 'locaUo 'for 'any we have in entered the'contest.- ; a Jon desire,W. enter, ahd David Raulersonr who will ship this ""e. '
the United States, and ., cars seasoita fifty-seven thousand boxes., I. '
i of '
.part Character of business,' as it 1* Immediately -j "
the''entire
r .'eon of Florida'th.t1t was the moat'lftt41reIUnirprotitable of'the | tree growing on Paradise The first map shows routeover.which'the and new Mmbers are being signed'upat }
Bay ,In the center city. As an evidence that grapefruit growing These are 'contest will be, run. '
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t', : : and disappointing It understood, that th*. purchase. is bee of .the;moet profitable uaT. Island In high hammock land, the kind Starting from the 'Times j office on:the each meeUhg of the. Exchanges, ; '
trip'I: ever mad Disappointing that Is well suited: to citrus culture and Like'all organUktl A 1 will at an early date build a,twostorybrick nesses a person could engagein here, morning of the 23rd; the cars will make t
''this Like most Western people, I bad' or concrete business house -on.; the Mr. Frank Van Agnew last week received next year will yield fully twice as much, the round' trip,' Tampa to Tampa :via the good of the people,: the-'Exchange'r

I formed an opinion that Florida was: to property which Will be an inducementfor the return from \the first picking and when they.are five years old at J Jacksonville by the' evening._ ...,the wasfought,at every.turn. by thoee' who

1 ... forsaken country, made up ;wlth rand," other owning .property In that ,-over, .of.,.seventy..grapefnut-trees : least flvev boxes .will be .picked front 27th. Th full-route will, take in these! had In.'the"past.waxed" fat on" ri-'
; 4 swamps, ..aUlcat r.,. rnalaJla: .and .anything block to"tear down, the present unsightly that he budded two years ago last June, : each tree.. towns: Plant City Zephyrhflls Colony da'orange groWers, but there .
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but a desirable land to go to. wooden shack and erect handsome and his net receipts amounted to$64.58. : The above ii a picture of one of these Greer. Dade .City, Trilby,'' Brookivllle, enough, level-beaded '''business ''men at "- .
.is believing," and Florida'onceseen taken month on which were] the helm of bur local association' that, a
"Seeing fire-proof building in their place.. Someof There were twenty boxes that brought trees a ago 'Inverness, Uunnellon, Ocala Micanopy; ,
the'erroneoua opinion that block well formed and large grapefruit determined to make It a' ,
success
dispels the owner of property that $3.60. per boxand seven boxes that sixty-eight Gainesville Starke,Highland,Jacksonville were t
, most people have formed' of the state. have signified ,their willingness to build brought $ .25 per box; amounting in all and shows to what extent- citrus' st Augustine, Ormond/Daytona and through their efforts pit Is' ranked'
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,': In all states \here are favored locallyties brick or concrete houses provided all to $92.76. and after deducting; freight, trees develop In"this section' in 'so short DeLand Orange City, Enterprise Os-! today. one of the most solid:"Institu ;wq.,

I ?.y ; It is my opinion that to stick a the wooden buildings could be done cartage''and handlingMr* Vans Ag- a time. teen. Sanford Crlando Kisslmme.e, Cone ever organised- lnT"our connvtyvr7: IV-J

. f, pin at'.Kissimmee and draw a circle for i away with, which if carried into effect .new's_balance,was',_as. tated(6458.... .Mr.. Van Agnew! grove on faradisa | Loughmsn i ;Haines City.Winter Haven, The Exchange packing ):onssV;whlch "

..fiftyunile;. andit'would be difficult-to would add greatly t , climate or more productive well to the beauty of the his ( Income in this section that are as fully developed -. under the 'of .'
find a finer property as -as boxes which will make ne [ this it will be noted that Plant City management IIr.HeD1'7 Ii: J ,
,-'. soil than you would find within this fifty- city. almost $100 from the.seyenly twoyearold and that will yield as much fruit "|lone has the distinction ot> being on R. 'Overstreet, is one' of ''the best', .

mile circler.besides; beautiful clear buds.. per tree this season.ARTHUR W th the outgoing and the returning equipped and .most up to date In Florida, .

.. lakes, and your town the head of inland TfN-Y"OUSAND PEOPLE i - routes. The routes embrace many more It is 40x80 feet and 'contaln.fourteea

navigation I can't see what there-!Ie to : A. SIMPSON towns than are shown on thajjnap,those bins which are padded so as to' prevent'the'6rulsimg <

prevent the vacant lands of Osceola IS A fLORIDA CONVERT shown being, of 'course, the principal of fruit,when It talia front) .

county to soon be m d*profltabk" I P. M. Blake Says That Number Will places*" - the siding channels. It'is' thoroughly :i'

Your( climate and soil excel "that of Be Living.Here in Five Years. A. B.: Havens Says the Possibilities Enters Into Eternal Sleep After' Long The counties through which the route lighted with electricity and has telephone .,
wlth'land. at less than one connections with 'all nearby
California, Pasco Her- -
will are Hillaborough .
and Patient Suffering. pass
,half 1n price that one would pay In California Messrs. P. M. Blake of Hastings, There Are Unlimited."A .. nando and Citrus, on the west cost; : tywns.'f ,1: ;

' i ., Mich., and Geo. F, .Gardner of Char' man' with ten acre of land in On Saturday evening last,. November6th Marion Alachua and Clay which are :The Exchange will ship nothing but

It's the place for Men of small mean lotte.,Mich., arrived In the city Monday ( southern Florida can clear .. 'much justas the day was turning into on the backbone of the. peninsula'end first-clsas: .fruit, ,'and thejgreatest: carej

- With twenty acres in Florida properly and' will spend the -wint f' here. money in a year a*the man in this section night the soul of Arthur A. Simpsontook "re.really neither of,.the.west no..the will be exercised' in packing ..-wen -..

cultivated( one can live an easy life and Blake-spent last.winter with Mr. ofthe- country with 'two hundred -departure for the home God east coast, and Duval, pn the outgoing picking.,' Each box will be stamped

111 get"more profit from hie twenty acres L. CohoonTit Hilliard's[ Island and acres," says A. B. Havens of 2029. has provided for" those who love Him trip.' On the return, Duval, St. Johns, "Kissimmee Citrus''Growers' Association -

in Florida than on two hundred acres was, so well pleased with our climate North Tremont street Kansas City, and keep His commandments- _after, .a Volusia' on the east out;: Orange;; Os ," which will be'A ''guarantee that

her.. \ that he persuaded Mr. Gardner; to accompany Ks..,-who.has just returned from a trip long"and patient suffering from that ceola and Polk in the'middle, and HilUv the frult.It.contaln.l..In., perfect',Can' . x7ditlon.
; I am not a "boomer." When I'' tell him thislseasbn.Mr. ; through the southern end of Alligatorstate. greatest ,of all maladies-the great borough. Thirteen counties all. The f' r.

' i my friends of things that.came to my Blake says there are many men Ai an example of/tne resourcefulness white plague-'andjbis remains were laid distance. to.be covered,approximates(50 The organization of .the"Citrus Growera -;

observation while In 'Florida, many of of mature age in Michigan and. other of this semitropical country, ,_to restjnRoeehilicemetery! at 9.o'clock miles: .' < Association has'already''bean .the_
rS them are Doubting Thomases When I extremenorthern- ,states.-that. -suffer Mr;Havene'citei' _lane ::wl1ere.Jn on Mondaymorning in the. presence 'L. ""ll'h e other mapTshow" f run bydays.The'flret4ay'e cause of oranges and grapefruit sdvano-

:_lry.to: deBcribe.the beautiful groves_of greatly from the cold during winter ooCountyIn southern Florida, that a vast concourse To f sorrowing friends, ,, run will be Tampa to Ing from twenty thirty cents a box,,
''ti Mr Millet Mr. .Le. at Southport and months who are contemplating moving, county' which Kissimmee b located, the funeral services" being 'held' in the Gainesville via Plant City ZephyrbflU which will .bring'.many a ;"dollar-;.,Into;

that of Mr. Vans Agnew on Paradise' south, and'that from the advertisement the county poor farm was not only self Baptist church. .. Colony, Greer, Dade' City. Trilby Florida that would otherwise ..hav i.< remained
r '" Island, and tell'of the stem of grapefruit this place-bas received by the County! sustaining but made''' a showing of a 'Professor SlmPeoq-wai born.In Kentucky : Brooksville Inverness, Dunnellon Ocala 1n'the pockets of northern oem:

.3 ;; -- ( fourteen,weighing sixteen pounds Commissioner freely distributing the $3,000 net profit to the county in one ,thirty-flve'years, ago OJ\-April 4th Micanopy to Gainesville.. The auto- mission m.n", end, next ..81011. "when.

., ',,. 7-taken; : from a ,tree budded less than' Valley Gazette' which has created a year.-Kansas"City Journal. last, and moved to .Kissimmee with hll' iste will check in for the night and cool virtually every grower In the State'''wQl'

It ?i>' three year ago, and of hi*domesticatedwild most, favorable impression! upon the Mr. Havens and his estimable wife parents when a lad of thlrteent'wh'erehe off at the>.hotels and swap stories'of become a member the Exchange:wfll '

turkey and duck., they look at me minds of those who were-so fortunateas pent ten day in our town,leaving for 'continuously.unttl four year hard luck or aood'rea tI, as the'eue be In position dictate. prices:/when
with sort of a cross-eyed look, as much to be given an opportunity of' reading their Kansas home about three weeks ago, when he moved to the eastern shore may be. On the second
:1 as to say, "Have'' you any other evidence ,it,. 'that many will come here for ago and were so, impressed with the of this state returning here about a year, will ,be to St. Augustine? taking In an era prosperity'' will ',.weep:'.Or_;
r than your word for It'" Yes, go the winter and that he is confident'' a advantages and opportunities this i section ago In the hope*that,bis health mightbe Starke/Hlghland-Jacksonville, to :St. Florida'greater than was ever dreamed, '

down to 646 Minnesota avenue and you good percentage'of' them will remain : !offered that it I* more than probable benefited. He' was 'a graduate ofthe Augustine.. 'The night willl''b* spent In af by the most.'optimistic.- ..' ;>; ."

,\ will see the stem of grape and otherFlorifla permanently; a* they are too old to'be- they will return to Kieslmmes.tere- State Military School at.Lake City, the Ancient City and on the third day "
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. +' fruits; if,you want to seethe gin traveling back and forth every, side permanently.. and was captain of,hie company' .the, last, the honk machines will breeze through A ,GREAT ,MEETING:: "
and duck., go" to Florida. "'' .tat.- that Kis- of his studentship.. it
\I turkey. I spring and fall H. year the east coast counties;, crossing the St. "
'" It I* hard to make them believe that stmmee I* the best advertised town< in 'Ten years ago Professor Simpson was Johns, and coming'on 'back from the "-- --- --,.5 ,rc/ ,"

$10,600 can be realised from' six, and .1 the United States, and that:,he' would 8-LB. EGGPLANT :married to Miss Bessie Bryan a sister border 'counties to Kissimmee 1 i takingin Of the Eduotioflal I Assodatton'>to BeHeld

quarter acre in one year growing celery not be surprised'to see ten thousand I of Mm;' C.', A. Carson ot this city and Ormond, Daytona, ,DeLand, Orange .. '

S, ,'*?!,, that $18,000 from forty,aerea people here within the next.five yean; Is Mr. J.f.O'Ben/s: Contribution to of the late Senator William J. Bryan of City Enterprise"" ,Oteen'Sanford' Orlando at. DeLand.,, ,

S from,4elery; lettuce tomatoes and potatoes that it I* the best" town 'la' the South, the Gazette's Exhibit.- 'Jacksonville, of which union thr .'chIl- to Kissimmee.. Th last leg of D.Land, Fla"Nor., > 81909.' .'
; but Worn,statement* tell ,.the and offers more''' inducements to' both Valley dren were born and they; wlthWs wife the trip will b*from Kissimmee to Tam-: The local executive committee formed"

'.torAndwhen I tell them,that the rich and poor than-a. -town'he bas The'..comf contribution,to the Valley I and father. Captain A. Simpson and pa; via Loughmsn, Haines City,' Winter here some time ago"for the purpose o*!;;

'O ceola COUDtJ 'poorfarm Is;not only visited. ,., ** \. Gazette's exhibit of fruits,'flower and i brother,'Dr.:J. W. Simpson,survive him. : Haven, Barto",-Laltelar1d.- Plant City making ext.enatve"preparatlona for.the' '

.self-sustaining. turned over to the vegetable grown in this county I* from Professor-Simpson 'was; for, three to Tamp v finishing the contest where big meeting of !the:.State.Educational .

', county treasurer $3,000 'last year I teel PERfECTLY\VONDERFJL\ | Mr. J; F. O'Berry, owner of an extonalv terms principal of the:f Osceola County began-at the Times office.. Association in DeLand December &3I.held '

' w that I am on the danger line"and' drop truck garden on the west shore ot High School the puplla'of' which ,Were Secretary Reed has entry blank* ready ft. meeting this evening, and.the;; ,.
the curtain.. ,Yours truly, Lake" Tohopekallga about seven miles excused on the day of' his funeral':.\hat .now and l I. ...ndinathem'o 't., He is chairmen of the various sub-committees

:b . A. B.HAYEKS.! Is the Expression,of Strangers* When from the'. .city, and consists of ,three they might pay honor to the memory of ready ,to furnish all necessary..Information. formed. a week ago :alll-eported. 'progress ,.

t' They See Our ,Truck Gardens.. eggplant, one 'of which: welJthl'':.Ia-M I their loved Instructor, He took a great It Is the desire of the automobileclub : and It Is evident that the people of' ,
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STEADILY GROWING pound. and the other two four, pound Interest in' everything educational,,and and.the Times';, that, every section this city,have well In band eT.r1detaIJ. +: y
'Those"who :'come -to Kissimme* from 'The I II of unusual. none stood higherIn the esteem of, our
'' each. larger one of th'state enter one or,mote ears and More than $1,000 will be spent pnblte.
: di.tant.tatel., and even those from section but the other ar state's educators.. He was a man.of "
In this ,
v even it expected that every make In popular .- neeptloa and:entertain:.
of the W. L Now ' decoratIous
1 Local- I ,Chapter A. :. other place In this state, gointo r.pturesjwhen > of only average .1... .' most lovable trait and j: wu'ever' kind favor In Florida will be represented mehts. .. ; '
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< }Has '_Thirty-One. "Members,. ; they see our;magnificent Eggplant i*considered one of the best and,considerate. of the 'weak and de. -Report r-Star. : The following well known gen'tlemen',
,baa truck gardens, and at Once jdeclare they paying' crop'in this county, some. fe .l-: He didjgood' because it was : and ladies head this various'committees'in '/, ,

'j. met The with Chapter'HouN remarkable proposition response.from are perfectly wonderful, and that nothing growers last season' realising more pleasure, n ffol''the sake of reward; : DRQUGilOROFtRTY; the order, named. Pr f. A. L: L. ) y
" like them >can b. found: anywhereelse than'one uaand' from less honest because'if was' his na '
th dollars be was ; ,
ladI.a 'Slnce- Subrie.; publicity and correspondence;
the of Kissimmee: resuming ;:
United all of'whlch
in the States, than and they will' do'equally pot front fear of the law he was '
; '' the this fall the 'member an acre tore prof.'Theodore D.:Culp programf May .
meeting verifies our.t-repeated claim that this well this Mr. O'Berry being Christian .because;he' loved God not Into Lots 'and!'" '
ship ha* been more than doubted; there section In:: a* season, a Is Cut Sixty $placed or S. A. Wood. iranspprUtionr Mr,,V, :
: members nineteenof was the 'most favored the 00. of the number 'and he I I.considered from fear of being damned.; One of the '. ', .. -Market W. Gould, 'preel ent: Business) Men's). T.
the
being now thirty-one "
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on
and that In :
south for Vegetable a few ..
::t of the best.well of the most 'brlghtist"stars 'In"Klasimmee'i"flrm ',
a*one ;
one accommodations
Postmaster
.1 ; whom either.have or will.'pay'up'; at I year this would r b* ''justly called,tae successful trucker in Florida. nient set to rise noanorewben, the'spirit ,Messrs.;W. S.Alyea and CL'Ct: Brown, League, hotel ; , I
finance '
W..A..All.n IIr. M. :
"any tIm.. Since the is '' ;
\ ; ,requirement: "Vegetable Garden of America." two of our most enterprising real estate
The letter'accompanied Mr.o'E.rry's of Arthur A. Simpson departed for. Its '. :
following pnbUel't .
chairman of
Council.
Davie City
for forty members,.twenty-fly of ,
only ,There Is.not a,week,that passes'but: contribution:' home on high."'a'' men, have secured the magnificent '
." ;:wbom are paid in full 'the ladies'>feel cnltP ... decorations; Mrs. J.L..MeCtioryprat-; '
what additional acre* are 'put In ''Nov f property of IrI..J. E. Drought, located
_" Kissimme, Fla., 9, 09.
;tberwill'be' t ready.td-apply ,:for the heretoforei.waa r and" dent W. C. T, U.,.receptkwj President '
ntlon that Island adjbiningth.property r
.considered '' on Ingram's.
Mr. W, B. Harris; KlssimmaJTa.DMT ESTATE Lincoln HVillsy entertainment Superintendent .
REAL ,
chapter CITY ,
beautiful. houa Very soon; waste land:but which has been discovered Sir I -sending a few of .Mr.'L'E.: Barbeau. and "'
am you. .AO. Botte. local ''snroDy Mmenu. ,
'Kkslmmee I* awake: to the ,value"of to be better suited 'for., the grow to In < exhibitor as I have cut It up Into sixty late of a fraction '
advertising. Her business men' spend log of"garden track than the famous eggplant use your I Hands 'More less 'than-one acre each':and placed ". / ,I
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you see fit: The larger one .is rather Changing at a Rapid Th Volust County School Board and'
.hundreds of dollar to. herald abroad her muck )land surrounding, New Orleans; them on the market at $200 a lot.:: ... ,
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but the others
sixe
unusual a lib"L
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: Ever Known Before. the DeLand City Council have made ,
,many advantages. Now if w* In Klslmmej3uallfy More than five hundred additional acreshave slied. -. Rate, J.Than ,.... ..y- -- I One of theM lot will Include the elegant :' jV Y
' ,, ;;. .at one and secure the' been'pleased and planted this fall, eommon' ,yours-ry truly- .- ,- I- During the past'twelve-months many'"[ i $SOOO borne of""Mr,'Drought'withalloutsid oral appropriations"'toward 1 1M general'

.first chapter house In Florida.and-th and'fully that many-more will be addedto :. tr. f : '.... J"J: .. O'BEaRT '. sales of land t>segregating'severaljiun; .:.improvements, and lucky expenses. .President Hathaway of Jack-r ,. fcsonvflle > ; ?

seco&d Class II house ,..la' the, whole the_lief in' ,th. early,spring,* which -,-, -,1, Fy deed thouisnd acrs have been mad in .will the person, b*;who"acquire* U ,for and Dr,'.Conradl of Tallahassee.chairman ., J. t

t; OUDII7r: ; town-will b*'advertisedallover : will make larger number of.acre being 'Mr.,. 's. B., Aultman'haa, purchased this section'but it has only been within 200.;. The, Character of' the sale .is : o(the able state,executive commitV. ""' '

,,over,the United States by the National used for Vegetable growing around through W. L.Van: Duzor A Co. fifteen the past month or,two: that any numberof unique in the innais'of. real state deals tee-'willbe to. announce the edu y*, '

,Woman's League,, through Its'' several Kissimme than in any. other place In more'acre. of land adjoining his former pieces of city property have changed \In this section and Is attracting, considerable rational prom''; verysoon.v ', It U'to' "'! t ','-,
' dallyand'monthly magazine... This< II I .the south;; '. -" ,I purchase of thirty acres in the western hands and now it is not an/uncommonooenrrenee attention,and., Messrs.,Alyea be a,.e".trona-ODe.;;, -" "A /"

+ '',a phiz of the matter not to' be overlooked That industry has.had a great deal to. part or,town,.which he, win clear andget .! for.'at. ,.least' a half, dozen and Brown, state that already one-'tird ) ra. IT,.H, Norton arrived ) ,:', t
S. ,,'.No one can' estimate the amount do with, building up and:.making prosperous In,shsp 'for plauting. ),11'...Ault- sales to be,reported in one day- ., Of the lot' ;! hate:been'di.pc.ed of.;sJJ; 'day night;.from: :Annbton.?:Alaji: ;'to JaM' : } '

'of advertisement Edwaxdsvflle, in., has of town, and has added fully one' man 'now ha** 6rty-flv* acre ,of*' fin When parties from,other,state come |though th*' property Mi 'teeB'."off ttlirmaricet her"husband, whd 'has'. been here:fe*': "

had because .beHe1Ii-ed, the fir;$:1.Class thousand to our,' population and.will be truck-land' ,allot which can be Irrigated care and see the rapid increase In pops '' less ,than 'awaekl.: 'With such some.timeMuia .they;,wffl .now: 'makeKisslmm ,/; t

II building iSo; whatever ryou are expecting : the-'mems of'making Kiasimme the with flowing ."well,and h*xpects.: nltlmatelyj I nlation our connty Is making they areigoick1o enterprising men at.tha. .helm of.s..'propositionlts -: ** their permaneatbapla:;;.J.1 1

"J ti .-. to do- to help along this 1wojk. 'foremost Inland city In Florida. .;;. J \ earandtllethetjtjf' tractw realize,that Kisslmm*willbai \ aaeaeaa '. ,....ncI.., Nortoo-wffl. .as BiMbf u..eiw.-. . t
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warm weatber. .
Whittier (. till on the progresdv '.
:; Big :Bargain ma. Items of Interest In ,and Around order and the Democratic rooster ha' i ,. '
'.. That ; found other profitable irieans\ of proeur-'i '
Thriving Village.
Ing a livelihood and It still fat and .
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.Home 0. L p. bat present on a. tour of Inspectlcn !- tadpole and minnow.. What the' :
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: report to be prepared for'ths Secretaryof present,Invasion of Hunter's ..Paradiseis ".
L ,j Agriculture at. Washington D. C.. hard to tell but Important result .. ;
K .- and to say the half & i told only gives a correct' estimate of reached a poeltlon of recognition. No S'' "
' 145 'at the actual existing state 'of affairs. idthe candidate. announced. O. L. C. 4
f(; .. )acres Lakoylllo on the Orange MEN ':

%LA '.. Belt, Railway' one mile west of Seaboard, ,At southern present part, domiciled of our county.with 'W,. H. I Barbecue P"dures. 1 S' . L I ,t'",1'
Savage on Bull Creek have been foundon 1 have several excellent view of the ,I .
,', crossing and ton miles from .Orion db that ,entiema .' :crvwd taken on the day of the barbeco ) 'f. WOMENCHILDREN .t.f"
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r surprising proof. of that which energy any who desire them.' Phone 83 or call .
; ;; ,ft arilne-roonl residence, two-story store will accomplish ear of corn,,not selected at Dr.WlDn..ldence.. J. F,'BwaowN. j .

k...... housolniid, barn. on premises. correspondent but the first measured ope noticed eight by inchesIn "your - . ,1,2

: ., '' High-pine land, suitable for general length and seven and on.- alf inchesIn 13 H. JENKINS r ,
circumference, full grained ,and as '

,,; 'f',, .." farming-and fruits. -Considerable. tim beep'fine i looking found in car northern as ,any climes.that -have..Mr. I"" A ,: FULL S T0CgTO SELECT FROM JI'[ ;,

: ? ber. .. Savage being cattle man, doe. not .
have a chance to give penonal 'supervision Surveying1' .andDrafting .
f Price 81,OOO. 'I' to his fan, but .be has a crib .
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... nearly full of tine( raised AT .
I cora. having .. .. 1t'1.S
Ih j, . enough to feed three horses and a large : .
'w""' ' drove of hogs until another crop can be -./ .
j. .Address or call onJ.
,., ( gathered. A fine orangee
t,'' ; . . I't." ..... ... .' ,' ' grapefruit and grove! the produces ever-bearing- Omar: H* FBATBRNITY Hatt.KISSIMMEF. .
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\. .' emort in abundance. We measured ,
.;_." '. +-- q,.- coo... ': '. .. '. , .. ,. grapefruit that-wax twelve incstea'' in FJ.A. "K'at '2'slJUST .
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circumference.:! tanepotatoea; etc.. are .
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if as Savage not I .
C. COFFMAN ,
S.JLoveless a.meat buyer this yea, and haaao abundant I '
< table supply It. appear that a. CIVIL. ENGINEER and t' ",
home living can be made-on Ball. Creeka SURVYORDRAFIENGBLUE & Q
KISSI nEE, FLORIDA. well as elsewhere ,
: : ? We find the people lit this casnnunity "
:: : enjoying the best of ,health, and the : PRINTS. t S'I e. HK s ''- '''''s'''i
I water a* fine as any other locality Makes a specialty of Drainage and Irri- .
.' which means gooi.'Thermometer f gatun_W- lk. .. : : :, .- I
descertjad to (>& 4i' past week and the ehange waa per- Office l in Thurman Building -I 'j
eptihle to such an extent that very on Broadway. .
N..F' BASS. .mazy of our people remaned,UK: use of I KISSIMMUE: : FLORIDA .A specially fine line of Toilet Soaps In a ; ,::'

,- r-3 i variety pleasing odors : :'

s t, 'j CONTRACTOR and BUILDER A regular 15c per cake value. . 25c box pf S cakesA i. .

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Does General Contracting Building and Furnishes Estimates -
z ; "i on Structures;: of a"' ize--or Dimensions, whether \ ;! For one week only will we continue these ;!
i' It be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. '
I = < prices.
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Makes Specialty' of boring ARTESIAN WELLS ,
To the
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will be well and quickly done.Kissimmee, Homeseeker and '

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1G.RQCERIESi1G.RQCERIESi f. . ., Soda Water.Coco .Cola. Ginger Ale and All the Newest and Best "
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If you are interested in securing a home in GIVE.._ LJS. TRIAL OFRCDEFR ,-
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: North-and West being unable 'to. grow them in the

"R. S. Floyd 6 Co. 'r : wintertime; wherethe people are social and kind; i Cloud Mercantile Co. I '

where you can grow ,your own orana-es. grapefruit ST. CLOUD FLORIDA :
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"IP"'V".l bananas pineapples, and all the citrus fruits, by all .
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means come;: to Kissimmee Osceola County, Florida.If THE' NEW COLONY STORE i
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: IDEAL: FERTILIZERS t bring y'ou a splendid income annually and .the principal I Staple and Fancy Groceries, &Boos, Gents'* 0, r l
Furnishings, Kitchenware Glass and Chins 0
'ar'e double here is the place and now is the time.
; . up
-'Art? iI' J ? ware at Lowest Prices. Confections, Cigars,.g, :.

&h*' '" aa... BEST..,.. .AND CHEAPESF People are. readirhg. thinking and talking "about the, J. and Tobacco.' Oils and Gasoline., 0'w'
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: Q> Saves you money on everything want See our''otlgoods ,)
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:S: Why ,.Fertilize Citrus. Trees jn'" the :Fall l? j buying bargains. It'Is 'good !enough? for !me' and! is Qi{ before.buying elsewhere..' . 1.' ,;

-" We have. published a'booklet tell isg the navies. for FALL FER- . rood enough for Almost ,train coming (wMoney saved is money made. Don't;throw it away. '0' ;
i ; .TILIZINO UDder. the title WHY FERTILIZE CITRUS TREES IN you.. every O Agents foc the Famous Phenix Safe. It strictly F1r .
.' ''"> .THE FALL: It Is prepared. with. the extreme. care. we give to all. ourpublioatioss south has numbers of people coming here. We came, :',pro ,f.\ Special[ rlces. .''
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s Oar ..11 tree. ,met the people;interviewed them examined the soil, O "
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WHEN FERTILIZE CITRUS TREES; ; s T. R. I' C 'T L'V OASM'l!{ 71!

a J; .FLORIDA SOW WHY'-TO FERTILIZE riEQIN SOILS.i AN'CITRUS ORANGE?-,. TREES!OROVE':" "IN-.,THE FALL.. ,4 I 'ION. invested,.;and. are highly" pleased.? Many of our :OOOOO O, OOO OOOOGOOCHOI O. j
friends have come and bought property. We have
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'", good" as any but the BEST that. cao be mane and besides glrlagS' .aW.. splendid orange' 'groves that ;pay large' dividends on *
1 i TOOL. ,TRUE. QUALITY, can. save you money ._' ,' .L. .. .
,,1:, I1 Call. on our local. aireot. amounts' necessary\ to buy them groves owned by H10RSEvSH0E; I l\Itff! )::4:4I
SON GROCERY
'' WATERS &; CA1 CO., 'non-residents, good farms Improved, best'o celery' .
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; ,or = lands that_ will yield more (dollars per! ,asre: than lands have secured the services of a Horses. . :; :
r ilson & is Cot Jacksonville i shoer of long, experience man who ,,,.;'.::.
[},W .** ; l!!! 1, I !!?lrJllTIE Florida :in"anYot ieLStat In_the__Union. ,.._ . -. thoroughly, understands the buslttessi, "

4 Write 'me for further information, or better,come and'guarantee. satisfaction." .j-.jI ;c.yDANN'S )

;GBBOGE : and see for yourselves and be convinced. >(,f' .,

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AUTOMOBILES RENTED t-OR .REPAIRED, .Kissimmee; Florida.I .. j .1' :f JOAN 'TOU: : ,MONEIi in any amount;. We ;.l
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'. NNN.. .. . ... N... NNHN PROf.() )W. B HINTON of Jf one Christ aver And feared, l learned' that the true Golden chivalry'Rule.) : E A'' .GfLBERT; ; ;; :, Vi Viy

loyalty to Ideal,:filth'in' blat.now- : < . .,
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I.V ; -, AND, 1'HE 'Bor Sept.wb.fI8Vi880.Died men; love for hia'God ''and his countrywere ; 1;

September 3O., 19O9. becoming thing of''tto' past,;an V V '
-? hour's talk with}>Professor Hinton would ,CONTRACTOR : ;
aoOUILDER.V
I.;.have: for. sale,Is v free c fal1: tticumbrances. ,Two'data which can'b. nention* that God's band at the ."elm and
a breath and yet encoriipui nearly wu Plans and 1 Estimates FurnishedAGENT
and -an j. who has that right would prevail. .
every .
three-acore Ask
c1' abstract deed goes with yearL anyone .. .
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I, .can sell you any ,character of dp in that time or'what good he might when money and place and power and it-r- s .FOR .j.:
: '.' accomplish and b.'will.tell you worlda 1 graft have thefMteafc it I I. well to turn .
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t land,you desire, and In t f ve- ct'e; or fifty'' "i of know 1.1.el'what.. .Then Professor inquire Hinton of any lived who for uide'at Professor times H in ton's Ltd type mingle-men with who men live of .The'Famous v Menge Pumps( ''for Irrigation. 'and Drainage" "80,000' ,to

+ I I -I" and alk with accord will\ on the \ side of life men who coma J.600.000 gallons1' per hour. '
1 "Vl, one, answer sunny
Gasoline Engine, 't5Q.. H. P, Steam Engine; 8 Ito 20O H, P.
thousand .
i acre tracts. ''To serve god to do, good, to make In close'touch with the God of Revelation '*' "
tr.. .t V. t.i others happy.- and of Nature, men"Who see good , Boilers Any Sire. ,
i h ,. Stamped Metal Shingles; Ceiling and Outside Walls-Any Design.IRON .
B. Bu Hut ton, the father,of'the- In all. men'and' can "not believe evil ofanyone. .
;' t .. "! : feaaor, was it prominent,lawyer in P.ro-I .,, '*"""1. '
"'. '. ., dark reconstrtictlon'days of the latter I Professor IHiiton'a; life was an;'open FENCES AND MONUMENTS .,a atMhb

'i 'I, ; ,MW., S. ,A-L, : .' ; :' 60s, and in theNSenate of Georgia. nobly! book-t-on. its p.ge'were- :no biota or
.: ; stood up for th krighta of hli downtrodden -' stains, of guile. ",HI.:'ebeery ''greeting
. constituency: a 'a1n t, fearful-odda, war inspiration to all who met.and loved
\ iP. '* Park ote1.. 'KISSiMMEE";PLA. : "-"' "" -
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P.; ; : and' the, ProfeaMik whd'Was: a young him; hi. "God bless -you" carried with ,MACFh. t' 11'1\ ......ior.iT 'MA H..: '
boy (rat the* time'became Impregnatedwith It a benediction,-and .while"desth M a

1 t, k, ;..NNNNNN.' .,.NNO.NNt . hia f.ther'.1d ..1 ao that he could fearful thing', come in, *V what .torm it BROS. '

i-' ., alway. be found upb Iding. nd defend' may-yet: I know of no better mode of -MACH ,
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lng-4be weak' and del ael.... ''J '
ran early age he\ nlted with the dearly than o( changing:that,beautiful
Baptist church, and untfl hia death was quotation from Than.t pei.,which he 14'very. Feed and Sale Stable. 'l
' : LAKE VIEW a moat consistent Christian, being one has quoted for me so often, arid-say that '. :

of'the:mo t conscientious;, man-loving. Professor Hinton D-:-DRAYINO '

V .. '" .. God-fearing men who ever ved and always So lived that when his tummona came I. 1 ..WO [.
. '.. : an inspiration to those around him. To Join the vast Innumerable caravan Everything :tfeir'and First-Class. We will w

'; _VLV _In February, 1877 he wooed and rnaivTied Which moves to that.mysterious realm .-Bonder.:.-Prompt mid' Satisfactory: '
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OF TOHOPEKALIGA '
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ON EAST SHORE
'--i" r UI Carson of Butler,. 'G:.,:and Where each must take hi* chamber'.In :vice_:Day:,or_'1 JJIght.. .All.Kinds.Heavy '
:.,..;.; \ TWENTY MINUTE WDE BY .LAUNCH ; this union was.blessed withthreechil- 'the-silent halls'of-deathr- ,
: dren-'Mary Albert, B. BAand T. C. He went nott like the quarry .lave at llaujing! ;! '

: ." V # FROM KISSIMMEE.. V In 1891 Professor Hinton made Kts- nightScourged AT SEAMAN'S. OLD STAND .. PHONE;'i13.N ,

r'. . .........-.--. simmee/'Fla., his home, and' for fifteen to hia dungeon \ n n r n 4\ '
; yean he was at the head'of' the educa- But,suetainod and soothed by an unfaltering -. ,' .
. tional Interests there. During that time V ,
.aFl i.,., .,. . I have cut up this land which is rich he could always be found at hia post of Approached trust-hia grave ..._.._ _...._ N NN NNNNNN'NN; ; .. ...,.,.uu_ w

... 'muck and prairie, into eight lots ranging in duty, doing all in his power to encour- Like one who wraps,the drapery of hi. I.I ..
WHAT IT'MEANSI!
) :, .:\. size from 4 1-2 acres'to 13 1-2 acres and will age all to look for.higher ideals, to ab couch about him \>-",....
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. <>-i,..VV ' ...0- hor'' evil and cling to that which-was And ''Ie.'down to pleasant dream. Many ixmpU da not know what s Bank's CaPital t....or the,Ulfroo%.-' )
'T.T; sell them either separately 'or as a whole.There good and many a young man and woman, S. L. LUPFER. I' twota ft bank.1 little or no oaplwl and roe, colt a tare*0.pltl rA V ti ,
.. BANK'S OAPITAt. Afp SURPLUS ,
' 1' is no.better soil in Florida, and .is absolutely call don blessings on him for word. of( Ktsslmmee., October 2pth! 1909. Is tis fond tea protwiM u.. depositors. from!....,'\b....(_the tart-lt. : Is IBSgrMiMr w
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'rf: cheer and'encourag.mentiven'th.m protection tike dvpoitlon h Till buk has s, '
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." in some dark and trying hoxlr. FOR SAIL Capital tlurplusfund. .i;.......t./.i.5..ar.nu.i..s'O,05.00...V.. ..,.._.......,....t, .500500 '.
.f'. : 1: There is a four-inch well flowing 5O gal- The first break in his immediate family # ItkbolWt1IabA'ltT.' ____....ww t0A0000 .

," :; Ions minute 200 peach trees and a large -the loss Of.his older on, B. B.;over inV AtoUlof...... ...... ....... ....,.,. .....'1.16,00000 ,
a muck trucking lands tracts .
Deep ..... .
a. ago-waa a blow'fronr which toe Thin meant that w o meat\ |l I.V o>(X.OObafor our depositors oovld loss a fNet.
_:- .. grove of guavas on the land; also a. good Professor year never' fully ..ecov\redland, of 6 to 90 acres.. Nothing better In the I ThU protection..lo.-YOOr r -.- -- -"-"---'---- :* ,
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VV f:' dwelling house and barn. All of the lots while he bowed in humble submission to State.Splendid well located STATE. BANK OF KISSIMMEE '. Vlf1HMIMMtij
orange groves '
the divine will, and often spoke of the --
\ '. lake fronts. > meeting beyond the river yet hia heart and in many cases on f favorable termsof .... ..laA..
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.. I will sell the Whole or any part of the was wrapped up in his family and their payment. Stock farms in any size, "I' 0. A. CAR80NT. JOH. M. La. .:.. OAB8OK V
well watered, convenient to railway; Praldn VIPreei4_' V Csahl.) ( ,
V above at exceptionally low figures. happiness, and I doubt not that often and I .. '... '
,,, '.', in his secret communing with God I some of them with stock equip- --" -NgNN.-...- ---..-

; ,.: Gallon ," cried out aa David of old, ',"Oh my son, I ment. '
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'. .'. City:.property, both business residence .' ; "
: would God I had died for theel"
- ,'also vacant lots where you can

't"t : HENRY T. BASS For honor fifteen; of years being I intimately had the pleasureand associated build to suit your own ideas. CASH:
and ,
Come to Kisslmmee locate where THE STORE, :
with J Professor Hinton both socially ;;
fr ;" .. . the Bands'of time, will pour golden! . ,.
and ina business' way, and a finer nature -
:: Or S. H. BHLLOCK Fraternity: Hall. Kisslmmee. I have never found. All my life I i grain into your bank account, and the
:?; 0,str.- soft breezes of heaven will ever fan First J>oor.North, of. PostofficeThere .
read and heard of the "Southern gentleman .
'" your cheek'and kiss away all the bitter i
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? of the old school. To me '

.: was the embodiment of that term; he j tear Correspondence of adversity solicited.A.- . -: .you. will. find' "SHOEs.HATSr,: t
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was all that and more; he wo a Christian
I gentleman that had sat at the feet S. NELSON. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS; allot. befit :,
Works
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./1 .,. 'Under New Management, With-Tnorough' Experience and U-to-Date WARREN TOPPAN, Lynn, Mass. .Gall Before Buying.BIs 6wher6... -

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Prom Dec. 2O, O8, to March 1. *O9.I . '
.. : mmA had three bed cold,one on top of the I ,. .
nwutrr.atT.R J. C.. GRIFFIN other. 1 eoC.o weak: 1 could hardly
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get round. Nothing seemed to help .
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--- mo until I began to take Vinci The .,'"
efv. --- gnu..ails. 4. +Yr- V' r1F ea change...-cae. Three bottles completely
; : fixed that compound cold and livery Sale 'and. 'Boarding i
;;i NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. topped the.......* couch-and what ; l
: surprises me nost* at the Mime timeIt ,
.;'1 .' .1 "' tI cured meof.sever* stomach trouble: \ WeJ.l.eo..Jpped, with'rriiirVstookVad' : -Vehicles. and-prs-? .,j" ?\

? CGriffin 1*certainly a wonderful that medicine.ha bothered" me for 20 yearns.Vinci pared t.o."mee". all demands with- perfect" satlsfaotloo* ,.. .< fi i'V. '
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1 : Mr. 14{ ode of Lynn's most prominent and highly respected,.
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: ( Heavy Hauling:and Boarding;Horses a'Specialty' ; .
-H merchants whose word i Js aa good aa his,bond. u. ,
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: i.I t' 'Fancy Fa i1y'r9cerles' :The'reason'Vinol,is so successful: : ba .
; : u. r = world-famed medicinal, strengtbening -, .. BROADWAY. -PHONE 102 J4"
; contains the two most tonScs-rdfeS. 1 .t __ _.. .. c ...1'...
!' V : f"f""P''-:>; Presli::Meats. : 'tC bodybuilding elements pt Cod Liver Oil and'Tonic; "Iron. 'I '. .... ,

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iDeliuery"l l D4, 't&D1B; r. F.t"atr'ooitgs Boicited '
rh.l. Every; i.; ';- Kissimmee
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ra In an article published in the dukes\ a bg-bbned? : well!:-devel- V(; KISSIMMEE.i.-LA.- Employed. , r.1

'. .:: ,' ''oJ . Youth's Companion of Septem- oiled, mentally energetic .,race., ,, ',.;.. - : .. ""
7-.1(.,>. : : ,. ., ber23rd.. 1909 Dr.'Browne, the His experiments prove that ,. : 1: '.- 'tJ\'t.

.\, re,1,I ,, ; ," V :HOUSE. SILLS: A SPEC'ALTY.I ,',, ..- > ,foods great, medical saysabout;authority brain and Oats good notonl/.furnishes oatmeal .ucb'a. .the Quaker best'' . :Corrf5J! PAce ,Sofidtei: | ;j' :

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't\ :+ < : :... muscle building. food for the human being, but < I : t
;:::'i i ;' t.r. "There is one. kind of food eating it strengthens and enlarges 'I. t ty It
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fof (". ., BUDDED TREES' that seems to me of 'marked the thyroid' cland-thi. J. H. REDDITT "' 'i, .2f ,-
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i ( .value a food to the bain and gland VVVV .-.- ----- -- '.. I' < ; ,

M f'' -- }". :? :- '.ISLESWPRTH 'NURSERIES 'to the .whole body throughout '. of with, the the body.nourishing processes JEWKIEa. lS r i.gg.Fleming: : !J JI'

'1':,,' ;.0. w.; COhonmTOR.. ... 3., V HOARD."Xamrr 1 childhood aad 'ad scenceyouth .conclusion be says:' AND,. ,, ,
W. have ready for Fall and 'Winter" planting g eeneral assortment of Orange '"( ),,and that' joatmeal. '"It .probable therefore .. WATCH - I CLEANING- -\
I.I and Grapefruit Tree of all Icadloff varieties. Our trees are. budded on good.health '. "Oats'are the most'nutritious seems .j" V
f. that the bulk and brawniness of ,PRESSING t
KEPAIKEa
T rough Letnon and' Sour' Orange root., guaranteed free dram lnwotpests of richer' a
of any kind.:'A budded from bearing; trees In our Rroes and therefore ; all the cereals;,being the.Northerners (meaning1' the.... .:, ,r ... 'DYEING !" V ;
iii :!.4}{ 'true to name. Our facilities for growing' oursety. stock:; are second) 'oooe in cithins.p fats; organic.;phosphorus.' and-1-. "Scotch'has been in ,somemeasure ,,.i : *' .REPAIRINGt' ,
!r( .and'our trees are as-Doe as money and twenty. year's exoerlenoe caD produce. > : due to the stimulation1 VV .r "
" 'We ,are poaklnsr: a'speolsltf this seasooofthefamou.fCuliforni&SVslesofu, ,," f t'' '? '
" V ake..vbloh la destined to become the greatest money-maker ID Florida., Our He say'oatmeal is gaining of the thyroid gland by oatmeal . word' at my house and elotb, ,
1 "Valencia-buds come direct from be bent bearing trees in the district nowtfam! ground with the -well-to-do' of ,porridge in childhood.1' >, : !* _..,,, . Will.be called lor and returned y<
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''Write for rices fo"J."W.'HOABiVOOTHA,* FLA., orl.eall' and sea our as the mainstay of.the Scottish; =because. is the txiit of all oat-!' :' On 16c per eallon at"St:.**Cloud. :(Mercantile .- Ii VP

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\..' _ : _ _ST. CLOUD COLONY the subscriber.country you may count r me shows a regular that THE TOWN OFTAFT KISSIMMEE ,GARDEN

. I'17JIf.qJw.yn' In'Dr llaIDaTr -f... you aN a worker-lush a man for the .

;,.e"Office, In Valley 'Gazette. Building. Interesting Items of News Gathered Place.KUsfrnmee Every should pure subscribe of land for near this Dr. McEwan'was called to Taft last SALE IN FIVE-ACRE 4'
FOR
excellent: Thursday afternoon to attend Mr. Ed. i
IDII8UIIIZIt CeCEoLA) OOVNT'l'n.A. paper and pas it around;
by Our Correspondent in ,the his Sphaler who,Is suffering from ...blood
among n.l Is worth many .'.. TRACTS OR LESS ...,. 11'
i Ai' w. B. HARRIS Editor and Prop'r Home of the Old Soldiers. dollars to anyone owning land near the poison. He i*.< much better we,.an
home'office to
I of this the greatest adver glad say. ,
User I have Masonic lodge met for masonic interview
M ,SUBSCRIPTION RATES: over seen. It some way .
0.._=_ _...........i.". .,.....'... -MOOMpt Rev. Snyder of Klssimmee preached hits the mark every time: The papers a week ago.
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p 0.11'.... _......,p."..:.........,." ioAD at 10.30 a. m. and 6.80 p. m. last Sun I have borrowed I passed aljng the line, Mr. Mencemer and Mr. Louck, both .', KISSIMMEE'*, GARDCMS ,
and colonists, Orlando,on. ,business
wherever were in
it la read
a new convert
? _......u... from ear .utborlaBtMr day to a large congregation.! i* made -.. last Saturday. r
I ird.re..pond..tr. b,sten.d by the wilt.- Dr. and Mrs. C., S.Cooper; of Spring. Yours.very tnalyt "
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u- I. Thomas visited in Orlando
t. : not b*=ivturnad rnlr.rr Dj WHITE. Mr. and Mrs.
field ... with their Elizabeth .. Ff . .
...... ,... .f. daughter, last Saturday..* 0 s ..
i arrived Thursday of lastweek Mr and Mrs. Mills and two childrenof .
.......t ths.token.la It I rlmn.., r1..re.uu4.cMrmWarWa. And are stopping at Hotel St. Cloud. i' Photography..
Pine Castle spent Sunday
I I S T Dr.-Cooper has put"up hi* tent opposite I I keseted'to make-photographs and Mr.-D.'B.;Sphalerr1n-"Welt 'Tate I' -.- -. __ I
the hotel and his office. He ha
Noy,12,1iilos opened J of studio located just One ,of Surveyor Harts men was .
fi Friday, received his license to practice in this, above the Midland..Ry.. on Broadway, Beverly cut.on the foot. last, Thursday, '
state and i .calls
attending to having will him back .
,- or ICO anywhere make outside malting it necessary.to bring
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had
qulte-'a number already. We are .. -- -
views.mcea reasonable OrTMeEwairwarhere .
. .. to an a buggy.
R is believed that the camp
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'I i : generally glad. to welcome a physican to the colony J. A. LANCASTER. fortunately and dressed the wound) ,
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streets of a certain unmentlonableplaceI > V.T- Cooper has had about forty and the young: man Is,now up and able -
year of successful practice '. .., .. ; l1
paved with the bone of men who Warning to Hunters. to use his foot. ,
I' 1 were "going: to do things." her Mr'*. Nellie N. Chase expect to open The % Mr. Ed. Spur l was a business yisitor ., .-. .. .
dry goods'store tomorrow. She will hunting season Is here'-rattle, to Orlando Tuesday t. .
have several rooms to rent to desirable snakes abound-don't fail to carry with i j, Mr. and Mrs.' Mentemer of California r .r '. Yi'r

I The new Commercial Club of Sanford parties. .. you an outfit of Pasteur anti-venomous i have purchased two farm here and are .. .. .. :

:'b I 'to. incorporated,. the members Seminole Hon. W.-Land H. Lynn-and,- Investment president the.; I serum. ,For-gale byKIssimmeeDrugCo.KISSIMMEE .. ., 'now located in one of D. B.,' Spa ler's- .e. .e. . . . .

t' 'thinking,possibly, it will 'add to both with his secretary, Mr G. Harold Pot- cabins. They are building a house on .
their farm which they will occupy when.
y$ stability and u efuln-: '. ter, are expected to arrive in Kiasim- [ BAPTIST CHURCH. completed.,. .

:. ; i'',. .; ;. ; .. i . .. ...t. mee this evening. Mr. Lynn has beenin Word has been received from Mr. E.. kiT -. . Yet
ill health.for some months, and we BUNYAN M. Thomas of Urbana Ill h.
Dick Croker ex-chief of Tammany STEPHENS, Pastor. saying
are glad to note.that his health has improved with
I will in two weeks his house-
. ": :ha.arrived in Miami, and it II i barely sufficiently for him to make the ret.urn
[ hold[good. to remain permanently His
,L possible that fact had something to do long trip. It is hoped that his visit will PROGRAM SUNDAY, Nov. 14. v '1 mother( will come later.. '

with that'Wty'otln ."wet." result relating in the settlement to colony of affairs.many matters Mrf 9.46-Sunday School, N. C. Bryan, Supt
"i. f | *" T with him' 11 a.- m.-Preaching by the Paator.I Thursday from Orlando, but returned. . .
Lynn will also bring the recro <' - -- '
to her mother:
.on Sunday
Ocala ha finally bought into the > of the second assignment of colony Piano Prelude. I While one of the colonists was' clearIng RICH MUCK LAND, READY FOR THE .
.. jid.. ,.__. "
Doxology j
;: ; lande,whkh-was made- November--6th.- Prayer - -- .
-gamibjltac1t1zen.organizing- he-set fire-to-the-'
of his lot
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grass -----
This will be welcome news to the many Invocation. PLOW NEAR ,DE'OT. ON LAlKE AND
which-caused hurrying around to :
some ,
of the of
f el' commerce for purpose beth Hymn 366-"Love Divine.. I
who have been waiting here pendingthe .. .
the blaze. No damage done.
out
put
the'commercial of'that Lesson. '
'tiring welfare Scripture
h allotment. H.vmn t G. P. Brown is building another CANAL AND ST. CLOUD ROAD-INSIGHT T: sIY\ '
'city.i } . A negro man employed at Buckets'sawmill 608-"AlUhe.Way. porch to his house. Harrington Bros. '
was severely injured Wednes- Prayer. are doing the work. OF'COURT HOUSE CHURCHES .. l
Carne Nation must keep in the limelight lay, being drawn into the machineryand Announcements and Offering. ,, Miss Ivey visited her mother last Sat . .... -"
) of flesh from Offertory 362-"Abide With Me. '
a large tom the '
even if she does' make. a ,fool of calf of one leg.piece A physician from Kis- Sermon.Education. urday and Sunday. SCHOOL AND HOTEL. ..,:
i;;, 1 herself and run the risk of serving atemi immee attended him.: Invitation 245-"Art Thou Wea".." : Y1

g, In jail, or her. pocket book will Mr. Chas. W. Houck Is having a large 7 p. m.-Evening Preaching Service. : Notre." .. .' " ,,.,
.a suffer. and comfortable house built on Indiana .Song Service To Persona Engaged in the Sale of: .
t avenue. He has his family living in a Prayer.Song Real Estate Your attention is calledto J. M.WILLSON JR.i .
to- tent until his house is ready.A 443-'Take Time tobe Holy." Chapter 6597. Acts of 1907, which ;
The.fer lle,soil of Florida has,been a for an occupation tax of$16.25
census of the town shows a popu- Scripture Reading. provides REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. : .;
'reproach jto"the careless. way of our latiod of about 600 people and,62 school Offertory 671-"ReviveThy Work." for State and County, and provided for \ "
Sermon The Need of Salvation. tor failure to comply.C. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA i+=:
'farmers' but all that has passed," as the children. There are 62 houses now oc- penalty
t : cupied,27 building and 73 ten in which Invitation 623-"The Lord Keep L. BANDY, :
energetic with the hoe.has learnedhis p 4NNNNNN :
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t t 1 These numbers are Watch. Nov. 12-3t Tax Collector.WANTED. ; T .: -
lesson.-TImes4 nloa.Gomperi. bein rapidly .'
.. The Seminole added Land to each and Investment ..::::..0.......N :,

r Mitchell and Morrison may Co. is now subdividing section 4, town- .
hip 26, range 30, near Peghorn and the | Exchange1-1
go to jail but the principle. they stand sugar mill, in plot of It acres for gardening SL Cloud Real Estate

for will live long after the names of the purposes. This includes good ,I '
k Judges who sentenced them have for art of the muck lands of the old' St. -AND'I C

ever been erased from the memory of Cloud: plantation. These will soon beon
sale at the company's office here. INFORMATION BUREAU :1
..man'Doe- Dr. C. 3. Cooper is preparing toMinnesota havea :.

$ +' n.t Kisslmmee grow! No town avenue bungalow Iou in erected the-near on future.his + A. E. DROUGHTNotary :\

In the State is making longer or surer A meeting was held'of in old the soldiers printing'and office colonists I + Public State at Large St. Cloud. Florida i J ;

strides,. Its postofflce receipts for October .
Saturday afternoon, at which action 'j
4 showed 60'per cent'increase over was taken regarding the clearing of \ Reoresenta-the leading. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Go's. /,,',

die funs month, of ;last year.-Tampa ota, etc. Sentiment in favor of pro Taxes Paid Rents Collected ..
T huDe. erring the trees a* far as possible and The NELSON REALTY COMPANY are now X .
laving the houses a uniform distance located in the Fraternity Building Kissimmee, Fla.. Indemnity Bonds i I'

What's the use of speculating on Mrs.Eddy's from the avenues was expressed. and desire to list your property for sale to our .X Legal) papers drawn. Deeds recorded :
There are quite a number of gardens t Titles examined and reported on Abstracts furnished .1
Eastern customers. We have and
death all to do a good clientage
Why begot well under way which will demonstrateto
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.. Agent for Crenshaw Bros. Seed Company :,
l 1 to believe she Is l perfectly well, and anyone who is skeptical that vegetables are prepared to serve you faithfully. We can sell

',till live forever.. At least that'about can be.raised in our white ..and.Dr. your property for its value, and ask a share of yourpatronage. Buy your seeds from an old established: Florida firm. .. "..t .
.. Hyre'and Mr. Hoover were among Kissimmee offices In the Fell Bid. in charge of Capt. H. M. Breaker. : ""Y(
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as sensible &1114.. H what we understand the earlier beginners and have .

: her:,belief to be; which they are proud of.. Mr.gardens W. H. We are liberal advertisers and believe in lettingthe .4........ ............Z ,
I Ward also has a fine garden. B. E. W. people know what we have for sale.

We In all cases we strive to please, and believe that
fail to see why Bishop Csjvdlershould
: oppose the people, of.the South A Pretty Wedding. satisfied customers are the best references that can .;
+ be given. We invite correspondence and will be glad : iLt JlOiAAJt- SWUUdONEMORE
? that million .dollar donation
accepting The home of Mr. J. H. Smith at Cocoa f$;o give any information regarding our country.We ,
from JRockf eller.: The Lord knows JohnD.
r, was the scene of a pretty; wedding October -
have some of the finest muck lands for. sale 2a&
_ baa made twenty times that amount Slat. when his sister, Miss Nancy
In'racts of from 5 to 200 and all kinds of Q
vei'.1
oat of the Southern people. Smith, was united in marriage to Mr. acres !
Benjamin Stradley. Promptly at 6 p. m. etable lands that are desirable> 'and well located. We .c ,

the bridal. couple, preceded by the best have'good lands for growing orange groves, grape ,A. iil
We desire to call the May .andCouDeU' Mr. Ernest of Cocoa and '
again r man Hendry
bride fruit, and large tracts'of timber ,lands, ,In fact. we, ','*'., 1
1 the mald. Miss Florrie
} Sharp, en-
attention to the fact thaivtheir
: failure provision tered the parlor to the strains of the are here to fill your wants and if YOU will tell'us what
to make for installing
R+ wedding march rendered by Miss Pearl .. kind of an investment you desire we can surely place
;a waterworks and sewerage Hendry. In the presence of a numberof to good advantage.
system in Kisslmmee, the greatest relatives and friends the Reverend you
Oood titles quick sales and small profits are the
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stumbling block to our city's advance- Wright impressively performed the cer-
mint., emony. The happy couple will make leading features of our 'business. There are splendid
their home In Coco'a. The bride has lands for sale in Osceola county, Florida and we in-
;i' relatives and a host of friends in Kisimmee vjte the closest inspection.
greatest drawback. the who will wish them life t.
On of to a long place God's
other
I doubt
.-there being any on
of and
chcrch today,is! that defaulter happiness prosperity.
every
+ green footstool between the lakes of the North and

; t +K 'embezzler and gentleman thief.,stood the Gulf on the South, or between Sunrise Rock -
high In church circles !before;his crime Circuit Court.Jurors.
*' Bound coast and Sunset's Golden Shore, where the
;,-' ': .t,., twaa detected..There was a time :when List of jurors" drawn I for the fall term weary homeseekers can find their wants more fondly ;,

:t..,':;t.T ,oIIone but honest, men could, unite with of the Circuit Court C. G. Finer, Hen- fulfilled than right here in our' own beloved FLORIDA. .j!
'It the church. '7Legler, D.C. Lee, R. L.: Pearce Cu r ,
s ,H .We have ,limat o conditions that cannot help but, -+ ;
w ,. .- D. Porter Ira Weatherby,Julius Hyde, '2"W ,
".t. beve'found R. K. C rah am.'P. McCutcheon, N. B. please" ,':. JOur ,I. j Y '
'f w. And now the Astors their( Harris/'G. T. Chandler R. D. Libby, : soil is rich. deep and productive, people hospitable -' 4 'f.f '.
+
,way,into the divorce,,courts.. _Colonel G. L. Sullivan.- J..M. ]fates- O.A. Car, social and kind. We have broad acres waiting -
fon, J.- A. Bronaon, C. F. Outlaw/ J. A.'lf
John Jacob and his tybave' decided ... V,
K the plqwfnan's share to'turn'up Its hidden treasures ;
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' M.-w w.on. Jr. A. C. Chapman, B. C.Partin. .
:that one 00UD '7'lot large 'enough W,: H. Hall.G.V.: ,.Davis., Martin to.the sunshine' and the ,air, waiting.,that'the .

X' .for both, so: the Missus t okdlvo: : Stokes,'L'M. Lamb."W. L. Davis, I seed may be planted,'when. harvest will spring forth, ... ,W

'44 ,and ten million and wilt lpend ,the remainder ,R. L. Roberta. warren;J Hi Grave bverstre.t J.(1L. A. that will feed the coming :thousands i from,the West ,. . ... ..,;\.,
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Tiner E. R. E. L. .
of her day* abroad.' X. .
coming to this land of O. f
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promise
J. H. Stein, C. Cal, er', R. P..Jordan, I . ,:
P. C.'Chandler'.F. S.; Gilbert: H. T.I that they,may.secure. a home, coming fronrthe, weary / ; .."
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If Is now up to aome of the edltois in Stanford, winters, where its rigors are unknown. ;:: i" ; ;:;

." this state to revise their opinions of the x- . '. ;
Think of eating celery and, all kinds of'nutritious I' J?

,Peary-Cook controversy, as ...Peary''.has :. 'Evangelist Coming. _,. vegetables.right' sb.tf.rom....your....own.: ,,garl en. on. ___ Y t
sir a 'been,'given, the gold ,medal by the) lOrlandoJ, Fla. Nov.JO "09._ Christmas day. ( : : -NICE,,CHAIR. "WILL HELP THE-LOOKS-y : '

National Geographic Society for discovering Dear SIs: Please announce in this ,We Invite honest'totlerYto'this'' rrarden'"spot-. ; \ -: "
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,g .' the pole, and which virtually'' declared Evan-1st of'earth'and; extend the hand'of'.'welcome. to men of %,..> *PF"YOI1R'PARLO't.*. .' ;''.
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\ Cook to' be four-flusher.. Atlanta, Ga,' will hold a revival meet- sterling worth::t .. . '.. "" '* '., ,,' /.ft:.

If'c Inc for,toe ;Christian church in Kissim-: /<,. Stale not on the hillsides pulling roots and picking 'Kitchen Chair for 75c. ;!:J ',' ;:'

\ it 'is a'c mistake' to y that',;D040tJ' oee early in December. Mr. Yiolette stones-seek this land.of milk 'and honey..*, Leave the ':Dining Choirs for $1.25 $2.5O. .' ., \"
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Is A of and I '
preacher rare ability i *
S4 .ToUd., 'Vet" in.. the recent .J hillsides to the drones. ,We have'room for brawn and 'l . '
widely Jmown througth."United : ;to
Rocking Chairs \
r :election.,.'The county voted "dry," but States for his evangelisUcSecord. 'Hi 'Cbradn! '..nd-enern'; galore;and 0 though thousands are : for..$L50 to $8.00. .,t', :. .
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4' ;Miami's vote for 'wbi lrT'wu'atrong work Is of a character that aUybenefits .coming,'we have room for thousands more. ; ':. ,, :, ,'t,

.'enough to carry the election for the sale the entire' community co-operation Nund> we To those who have'property. for sale-alve us a : RUGS, TOO !r : '.-: ,:i, ';.ii
,ask the ef "
earnestly aU
disheartens 'To' those 'who desire tobuywe .
stuff
of tbe that ,\dlsgusta, Christian. people., Yours truly chance to place It for you. ''''':r...
d. 4 disgraces and damns all who touch I It. n, REV. A. M. CHI8HOUt are ready to show our property and will please' ''
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[ ,* f' \ + you if possible" Having made several trips to Kissim Crex: 'Rugs for $1.25 to $9.00. ", .'

-Bigger.,postoffice V u; raecipelareth.. Notice. '" mee Inthe past several months we have had occasionto Axmitister Rugs for $1.25 to $4.50. ,.... t 1 1

Index of the Increase of the business see much of the lands on the'' market and have every "-
surest -
Ye Great Pnblick Concerto of Mnsick, reason to believe that we are' in position to furStfsh Tapestry 9x12 Rugs for $18.0O to 2000.
and of city. '
general prosperity' a'
Atte ye Osceola School House., onr ye
"' ft 'Th r tore'we note' with pleasure' the Churche Road. Fridaie Nyte. November any sort of investment required unclothe .

., f.Increase of 60 percent in....the,..receipt 26, 1909.. Ye will be expected to \ Thanking 'our friends for.the many courtesies wehaWreceived Let your parlor. p ;
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fetch silver monies with '. ...' r
equaneI' here;and desiringto become acquainted ; -
tl' 'of the Klssimmee' postoffiee for October ?- "
of 100 -or aa much as : I'
pence ye purse .
1 : for ;the : -- with everybody in Osceola.oounty'"e&re; .
I 4 t 'over: the figures same mouth will hold. ; These monies are much /
lastyear.tTlmo-Uolon, needed for to begin a Librarie for / Yours truly,
r' '' ___ .. ye /' '
j .? ', 1 ''I I I U, ft a.da' and .......- See. 78' programme :sSincerely[ enters, for,business, ,/ a '


;,:, test fifty week settlers to permanently arrived ''at,resides,. Kisslmmee.The next. flits'week." the'Mark'Evcry'Fune.", Nelson: 'Realtry l (So. . :::


'manifold advantages, of:,investing and . ;
w+ at V 'residing fa Bunny Florida, art? fast. attracting :-Grinnell, Iowa:'Nov: 2. 1909. J' OscoId: dcw

attention throughout" the nation .i Editor. Klssimmee Valley Gazette. --, .t! J' sr .
i Dear Sir-Pie. find'enclosed fifty, ,
,'and the result Is an inflow,of pew I cent,,to pay for six months' subscription 'u. "
'the ke" of to valuable : "0" ,.. ....
Investors
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.and'.desirable, ( : your paper. ;; '.
; \ rtbe'BO'S. I have been borrowing it for1thil J last ,,' .. ,;-. .- <'r, ,, .....,. . II" ".. ,. .. t. ., ._ 10)) .1
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\, ,The KlsIaHH6eYalteti.Gazette i : <
... Dannx Waters & Carson Grocery Co., <<' Go's, ,for 60 per yard,ii : S.H.'8cLtock)
.. .. .r'. J ) l i ; : 'j Ie jhgrlit: G ulcbIIOTICEti' ':
,TYLtPMONg'NO.1t.. .j, Best line Ranges, ''Oil-: and da loll C. C.- Brown ba. sold ton' acre*"of : .. .
New Cane yrup.tWater.&CInonGrocery Stoves In town. Hunt up Makinson. Park Garden to. C. E.: Dantxlerof Chat : \. P. ". Vrt "

PUBLISHED FRIDAY ,Co, 44.4t. tanoogs.Tenn., for'i1,7b0cash.'' .' ''REAIJIBSl'ATE '
3YERY.

,4, BY ]I New: line Silk Waiaigr'individasl' 'c.miv: Commfssioner.E. L. LeaI.7'la '.At the last meeting,: of ,the School Al'fD. INFORMATION. ( _.__0' T .._...., ., ',

1, patterns at KaU's. s pending the week.on' his. '' ranch near. Board Sup,. W. J. Sean and Chairman '
INSURANCE
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w. d MkHKWeather Turkey Hammock. \ Wv C.. Bass ,'the :
were instructed by \The Sunday School is Incr.nyiing;In at- ?
.. Agency of the White Star Laundry board to look into the matter of establishing
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Ai tendance and interest. The Bible Class
Iat the Home Store.. Phone 164.<< Capt. J., Simpson left Tuesday for a aehool at St. Cloud..
"' ? a few days' visit to his little granddaughter with Mr. Rose as teacher has three and Examination' of Titles"LSpecialty

r' See those lawn shirt waist price. cut at,Tavares., T I Dr.''H. W-Field! of Maine purchased four new members every ,Sunday, and .
j ReportFollowing j in half at H. Stanfor4 Go's r .- this "morning through C.: CL. Brown the Baracas arc growing ,rapidly. A' :
Mrs. Cumbus of,Macon,formerly Miss of fin.,collection for'.missions! was ,taken .
of land a
For perfect fitting, ''eyeglasses and Annie,Bass, arrived In the city Tuesday mile forty from acre Shingle Creek three-quarters station, containing last Sunday., . \. "
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the- Dr.''P G. White. a..vist| to her aunt. Mrs. R. T;Butler.
.' are daily temperatures ,spectacles see pn I a small orange grove, from 1- CorrpondenceSolllJted.: .

and' precipitation as W: :B. Makinson Co. is the best placeto .P... G.: White has contracted for"the Ira. C. A. Sturtevant. Dr. Field will The Woman' Home Missionary{ S4lety -

' .' reported. .by Government. buy Sash,.Door and Bulldlng.Hard.ware. rection.of a bungalow on the lot,just Improve the place' right away'and come will hold its monthly meeting Jon

r S. station at Kissimmee for the . ,44-4t south of the residence which he recen: here to live. Wednesday afternoon at the parsonage- FLORIDA REAL 'SALE:
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t' week ending Nov.. 11,.1909.. Go to Kissimmee Drug Co. to get ysold. ? Editor Valley Gazette Heaae say toe . -
1 Tn, p ffhop .uradinm the readers of youtpaner> at_gt.> Cloud: The Tale u'e.la: being entertainedus . 1
j -'ff-- -'-nit. "10,... ..aD'tr;' yO'lr C IYed.tsK isvool. BupplitfB. i Full line fUBt r*>* Soldier'.r Home at -Jacksonville and is tiat havelo call in appointmentto afternoon'at the home of Mrs..Torrf. ''Beautiful winter home sites .dtuCted'. '

v. reach there"next Sunday. I trust Van Duzor., Florida. .
81 61' again with his daughter, Mrs/ Helen Jn the Lake Region ,
Frid.v"u""It) 4' w
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W. B Moklnson. Co. received 'a strength will be sufficient to enable
my
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Perdew Tru t..and.1n large'or
t 'S Saturday.,,..;."", 84 61 .v. '..1 f car of fresh lime.: Price ,$1.25 per'bbL4t YMeanwhile-. me to meet the next.appointment.jAa .,, The subject prayer meeting' next C.F.m; & ,
Sunday .,, 82 69 '** : <<- *' I the waterworks'proposilon MITCHELL.,, small.tracts: :
;< ; ',c f week will be. Temperance.V This Is \
Monday y d.,.,, .79,'61 ....' If hone has thrash 'barrow which the voters petitioned for'pennl..lon I Kissimmee. Nov., 12th., the last of the "Fruits of the Spirit." CITY PROPERTY,A SPECIALTY: -' 4
.'.. 80 62 .'. your to vote..upon, ; seems to betaking and will prove an interesting topic for
.
Tuesday., : I heels borseshoer can effect a cure. Deer'turkey quail are reported, ry
my a I. List your with for quick
..) Wednesday iv 79 ,61, .... Try him.. ,J... ..:Dann.. J nap., "".?., plentiful this.season, and .we can .well iscussion. Every member of the church -property.. me .. -
Thursday : 80 60 .. Mr. F.:" c:" nnynli i m-tormer': ,, of believe it from the large quantities of hould be. there and a cordial invitation ; d ,
<",'?JI Mrs. W. R. Johnston, whohas been' Aledo, IlL, but now of St. Cloud,.-was game said to have been bagged by the Is i.given. .to every.visitor to come. sales.H.M. BREAKER

Jacksonville put, several! 'week. in In the city Monday and made this office several parties..which have returned I . I

i'eturned.to the city last pleasant call.Mrs. from the chase. We are forced to con- The leaders for the'various:meetings I Box'1.n.KI88IMME. FLA., i
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Week.., teas, however that, as yet We have no for the Week of'Prayer and Thanksgiving .
N1tiwN14MN
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r M1 N1YVV R. D.. Fuller of Lakeside Groves, this I line.
personal knowledge along .
are aa :
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l I have enA'&ged'an expert horseshoer near Winter Haven, spent a day o" so ; Mrs.McPhatter
and am ready at all times to do quick here this week with her daughter, Mrs. Mr.' Harry Amey of Wichi la.. Kansas, Vaughn; Tuesday, ; Osceola
THE LOCAL ,HELD.TH and satisfactory work.. Satisfaction. 2. A. Niemeyer., who has been' spending several days in Wednesday, Mrs.: Button; Thursday: County
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guaranteed. J. J. Dann. Mrs. Tiller; Friday, Mra. ..W. S. :'J.OverttreeC : .t. .
the and
the
city stopping at Graystone
Ji.; ,All the ladies in toWnare
.. W.'H. Bruton and children
J returned who purchased considerable property in '
FOR SeiaNlne': 'ei-of fine truck to-attend. *
requested
home Sunday after a pleasant and around town left Tuesday for his Abstract Company : 're
and.just out of city limits-five acres :
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visitJierc with--Mn.Bl'QtoD'.moth.r.:: .He return
,. tomev. axpec ever,- 7
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..Wade, the:tuner, Orlando. read for plow, For partlculars Mrs. J. Gottwalles.. In a short time, and will bring several! I
drej* P. 0. box 264. Kissimmee. Fla.
.. . .. of,his friends with.,him.. :Notice.: ::. ) i
' 1: -- 'Dwellings,for rent. apply to Mr -Til -' Senator.- W.'L"n- president of 0.: P.'OARRETT'Man: + &g r '
'Clarence > fI'
.' let 1 :Mr. Griffin Pullman car the Seminole Land and Investment Co., 'Mr. Chas. Crosier nephew of Mr. A. To Tax Payers:-All taxes paid 'durng .. .

conductor on the East Coast. railroad I. expected to arrive in the city this S. Nelson, came to Florida from Kan. the month November will be subject ....
See our line of Ladies' and Misses' la spending a few days in the city visiting afternoon on his way to St. Cloud. sas on the last excursion, vI.ltIncJack. to a discount of 2 per,cent, and all Real '

'{vjf1 Suits at Katz's. his brothers,C. W. and J. C. Griffin. sonville, St. Augustine and Tampa, and paid during the month of December. estateTitles examined and reported'on
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Mr. and fn..T. t. Hudson :Lincoln.
that he-vee better land and a discount of 1 eep '
more per
'J Wanted-To exchange for town houses says Taxes for nonresidentsInstruments '
Great bargain in wash skirts at H. IlL, have arrived to spend the Kissimmee .L.' BANDY paid
' \ would sell, eighty acres fine tim- encouraging prospects: at relating real estate'
.'' C. Stanford Go's. or winter and Mrs.1 Tatman' Colliector ,
are occupying -
than place he has visited and desires Nov. 8t Tax Osceola Co; "
it I ber. Abstract furnished. Box 431, _. cottage in North Kissimmee any : carefully .drawn.... .? .
.' ', .1 ..A lot of M Uses' and Children's Sweaters city. Nov., 12. 2t to make his future"home In Osce-. '

--< ,t one-half price at Katte's.. There la po let up to the Influx of ola county. for Sale. Correspondence Solicited.. .

. +d Wanted-6,000 live alligators, snakes lioeneseekers. Every train brings its For .__ _____ S
. :"i' For Rent-2 office rooms In Fraternity and snake skins. Best cult price& quota, and a lUKe number of them are Sale.-30 acres adjoining Shingle t Six hundred acne muck;**hammockand
:.'$I.. Hall. Apply to C. W Dann. R. I. Stuart.' property and preparing Creek R. R. Station residence, and 200 pine land lying along Sugar Belt
'<: n 6-4t 211 Lafayette, St., Tampa Flag. L meg large bearing orange trees' ; also 40 railroad, about .threemiles: from I'Kis.
: i; ''. Dress gingham 6 to'12)c at the old wild:: acres t mile from station, with 80 bearing also :'
"' almmee. on dirt road to St. Cloud.
Stanford Co. 1 BargainsIn
' + reliable store of H. C address
"g> :- Mrs Pratt arrivedfrom Sutherland.' W. & Makinson who orange trees. For particulars Good buildings and small "
grove.
,% For'Sale.- :-Celery plants. Leave orders Iowa "Wednesday night, and will make old wooden building on the site of the Mrs. .C. A. Sturteyant; Klssim For further particulars, write or'call .
J- her home here with her son, Mr.:H. B. mee, Fla. Nov. 6-tf:
is it moved Rull
Kissimmee '
proposed new bank having Bass, Fla.
::1: with Mrs. Regero at the store. /y op/ ,
Pratt valued member of the Gazette
- a over near the railroad track J and will all kinds of .Real ,'Estate'Fire'
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:::3 '. For Sale-Six small cottages, from force. ,use ,it aa a warehouse \ For Sale.-4u acres of land 21 miles Old papers be bought in any quantityat and ,Life Insurance'' andArmour' ,
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. 3 "|600 to$1OOO.acb., Arthur 1:. Donegan. Me..". Alfred, Ed and CharleyUJon- 141''. and 'Mrs, George Jeffcoat from city 7 limits, 90 under orange cultivation thin office.for 20c per 100.: The verthing *. Fertilizer:: Renti< rr,

;S i "' LaRue serves only seal-shipped oys egan returned this. week from a few Greenville, Fla., are on visit to the fenced bearing,,balance acre of land timbered. Gow to put under matting or carpet. ing and, 'Collecting, Rent a ? .?

, ; ten. No melted Ice to destroy the lays' hunt in the Crabgrass region family of County: ComaUssioner E. L. truck land; 4-room box house, veranda, Specialty.:' Taxes 'paid far, '

;j flavor. They succeeded in bagging a deer and aturkey. D. Overstreet. Mrs. Jeffcoat and Mrs stable and smoke house. Price, $25.00 I Parties Outfitted.I on-resident'.
. Hunting : ,
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" Overstreet are sates per acre, one-half cash, balance easy ti
Dr. P. G. White has purchased the terms. Arthur Eo Donegan, Kissimmee am prepared to outfit ,hunting'
Wanted: A middle-aged womanor parties '
: old Overstreet grove from' Mr. J. L. HeIr I have a large foreHJf orange pickers Oct. 1 R. O. MEEKKissimmee
ifl';i Moon. 10 to 12 wanting a home will -do employed and can gather your crop for Florida. with everything necessary-ammunitkm \ ; .. .
wen to write me for particulars. Mcs. in the shortest Urn Will Fred W. bedding. provisions, beats and z'
..;; .' you possible. LitUt. vice president of the Fla..
Full line of best garden seeds-in A. S. Lenington Pine Castle Florida. pick either by the dIy or by the box. Wichita Loan & Trust Co., arrived in guides-at very reasonable ratea. . '- ,
d! package or bujlc-at the Kissbmnee Pet. 22-tt. Albert Overstreet.Mr. Tampa yesterday with a party of three i Write! to or call on -

,Drug Co. friends after brief in Kissimmee, :
sinn stay '
Experienced reliable, temperate HENRY
White, O'NEAL
Byron E. engineer -
,; Mr. J. W. Slater haa returned home gle man wants hotel night clerkship. for the'.Seminal* Land drafting and Investment from which place they inspected the I tf Ross He, Fla., on JKissimmee! River; '
St. Cloud Two of the f
,\' 4 from the North where he spent the Would take charge of grove,. or assist Company at St. Cloud spent ,.ast colony. party 0 W.lfBUDUZOtREAL ,
four will remain in Tampa several dayslooking ,
; summer. at trucking A."R. Dunham, Buckingham '
1 Saturday transacting: business in the
u l further into the eolocinatioa
Lee Co. FlLCapt.
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Guaran city, and was an appreciated caller at the I I'w. .
.t ,', Use Chill Tonic. propositions city Tampa & I HARWELL
.' .; ."teed. Prices25 cents. Sold by all R. G. Canova Henry Newton this I office. r Morning. aarasail I IRE.AL

J. 'jdrnjodste. ulft-8 and Noah Prescott. went to Southport Mr. J. 'B. Hale and family .arrived '

'.. Monday and spent the day shooting. last week (rom Omahar IlL, and are j ESTATENotary.Publio'at : : 'ESTATE,>
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Mr.' F. H. Jenkins, th..uney fromvii They returned with well filled bags of pleasantly located In their cottage In Real Estate Transactions.: ,
j B.
Reo runabout
purchased a duck quail and .coots. West KI..lmmeellJr the winter. Mr. : Large ,r
Maklnson.i W. L. Van Ducor reports the following ,
The local market is now plentifully Murphy and family are expected -in a sales of real estate recently made' . -II

Mr. E. ,D. Hogan of 'Loughman..J.'J supplied with beans, cucumbers,lettuce few-days. by him -._ l' Office--- 'over }J'iloberson's! Pharmao' : KISSIMMEE., 'FLORIDAFlorida

)' "" spending a two week.. vacation in and tomatoes, cabbage, eggplant and other : If you have anything to and or .exchange See. 29 Tp.'25,. R. 29-.t. _E.. L'Lea-- -Rtaa"t'A."MEE."" +A: I -.- -- _.- _._---- --- -,
'7 around this city. fresh vegetables,and large'ahmsnente Kissimmee. 'jo
ley '
or if youwant to bUY-10m.
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Mr.--J. fiURedditt; the jeweler reot. northern markets are going forward thing, an advertisement In this paper Stec.,81 Kissiamee.Tp. 26 R.SO; 'to E. D... '

turned from a camp hunt with his everyday. '. will probably put you incommunica- Whaley. / .
in .
- s .,brother last Friday. G.' of Wilmington tion with just the party you are looking One hundred and twenty acres Sec. '
Mrs..R.
Mr. and
," . arrived in McKay for. Try 1C 19 to D.,Barriere, New ,York City. "< A IV
'f.\'i-\\ '' Go C. Stanford '., department Del, the citJ'Tue. Sections l, 8. fi, 9, 13 17, Tp. 25 and
1JY ,+ store. They are the originators day afternoon and may.decide to ejjend Mr. J., Ol: Mew who' recently! 86 to Wills Co.. Peers, 111.. .

,,4!.of low prices Kissimmee.'v>,. the winter here. They are pleasantly moved to St. loud from Gladys, North SE I of SW of Sec.. JO, Tp. 25, R.
the home of Mcs. EL P.
located .at "
"' '. Dakota, made this office a pleasant cal 29. to Geo. Overstreet. Kisslmmee. '
; Found-A buggy 'whip. ,Call at the Graham.: Monday. Mr. McNew has purchase Nine thousand and six hundred acres

1y Valley Gazette office, pay for pus,ac1. Wanted-Real good organizer Mal property in the new colony and will in Brevard county; to ,Northwestern '

J and get ;your whip. good fraternal proposition; pays (10 a build a home there this winter. Trust Co., Chicago, IlL

\ Special sale of pattern hate forThanksgiving week, sick and accident; one policy pays 1 Dr. E. R. Freeman of Wapakoneta, Nos.Five-acre 60, 61 blocks and 62 in to Kissimmee.S. B. Aultman: Home fWhy f-
for two; death benefit $100 to J ; I
"i' \ at Miss Mattle Bandy'sthe Ohio arrived in the cif K'ssunmee.'

: latter part of next week.., write Florida.for particulars.fOranges'and Box. 789. Saaferd. : and has purchased Jenkins-property No. 69 to Oliver A: Moon, Kissimmee.
at Nareoossee where he will make his ,, .
n' aces pineland % No. 28 and .9 to W. J. Sean, Kit
For Sal.-SO unimproved home in the .future. A ..
; The Doctor"was I _
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... .im .
', grapefruit are now .
limits
$10 ,
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,I '.1 li miles from'-clty per. that color which betokens In our town in September, 1 Nos. 2? and28 to Harry Amey. Wlehan'd :" "
turning fcQlden '
*' acre. Arthur E, Donegan. and aa.w.cia with section .do, you stay in a" country 'with such extremes ct beat an . f. .* ripeness and luscious flavor;and the was so our ita.' Kans. "rNos. .' ,,

". :., Mr H. C: Stanford has purchased ''a packing houses are busily engaged preparing that he decld here and. per- ., W sf.to. S. ,B. Smith, Michigan. -. cold.: .where landed'properties have reached '
where h
:!. jwhite Buick automobile, which is now and sending forth; theo Trait manently locate. ..' ,- probitiye. .. prices.. ;," youv' '
... on the road from the factory.. ,.market, >' "'. A/Vans r No, 63 to A. E:Donegan Kissimmee.: have to house and : 'i'' :
..; . .. Col. P. : Agnew haa purchase No. 37 to C. D.,Edict, Kissimmee.' .. feed' yqur''atock'from four to six. months a, year, .and. ,:
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.f : c1'l.t- Miss Rodgen,"who baa success from the Sari Juan Garage' Co.,'of Orlando ' '
4. For' Sale.: Lot oflile cel'u Also -
120 five-acre
farms
in Prospe J"
fill in music in a Studebaker,. E." M., F. ',automobile \ where the furnace |J8)'ept') net lrom'9 tOb6r..to"Ma'Wheny; ' '
j +> wee plants at the Model Farm;'",Just experience teaching several Colony. :' : ban sev* .
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the railroad from the'Inn hi6hgrade Institutions,will take which' will be delivered In a Mew - 'I' '
across
4v v '. .A.:. .e, pupils> in piano organ and voice culture.Cali days. This is the highest grade ca yet .4 chase a home .cheap in-this; almost paradiaical'cUmate' ,; :You,'; ayi:. : ",
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If horse needa to be shod;' to I at residence of G. F. Kribbs, near purchased by any 01 our citizens and DNlil' By' Accident: ' :'
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1j : ,,J,' J.your Dann'a, whose satisfaction work is first class the court .house., or' i address,nov box 6tfFor 876.ITlMlntmAA. and will] growing be a handsome list of addition machines to already the large in While the Sugar Belt train was shifting our soil' i is rio so fertile as ,yours. Possibly'. :' that I is" true, butane: acre. *
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.Who-guarantees commission here. In the yard near the freight depoton of our health-giving. and; Uf."rolonlrinl.cUmate. I is more''than.any '
. .. 'worth "
d Mr.:" and Mrs. Edward Donegan reI Sale-Six' acre fine1 trucking i Monday Will Maldrow, a negro em- \ . .. .
r land one mile from court ,house.'. Has !It.'and Mrs., .W.'L Newell and 'son at the ''
lumed'to"'Waldo Wednesday after, a ployed freight depot, attempted of your: beat secf Jone! :,
brief visit. with ..relatives this city.' i fine well and Is ready planting MOW i Me.- Chaa. Newell of Smiths Landing' to board the train while in motion and : ; '. ? ;ti, ,
; Good fall and.,winter crops',will N. J., arrived the city Tuesday, ana lost his balance and fell striking;his :Out lahd'a .' ''
,After November 16th wood, will, be i entire ,cat Cumplete abstract ,fury if satisfactory -arrangements 'can '' b* left shoulder against the end of a crosstie are stSlfcheap.: vWe. can''" sell you, tracts from: ; one,:'t4'Ar'we :,,.: .:
nished. '' ... "-, 464Kissimm mad they will the winter here. and which -': X' ,l U .
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,$1.25 a stran delivered. ', ; : : spend receiving injuries necessitated 89,000 acres. : r'" ', '
Fla. Mr. Newell old newspaper'-\' the ,the .' "' 1
..Kissimmee Lumber Co. : **. an man amputation of farm at .' .
and served several term in the,, Pennsylvania boulder which was performed by "
Mr.' E. A.Barns returned home from : The Rt!Rev.Win. Crane Gray, D. D., legislature. .H* has also been Drs. Hicks ,and Rivera. The negro ."can,sell you'..a20-acre Orange :and, grapefruit grove! 'with

,, kOriando Wednesday where he has been will make a visitation to St. ,John' prominent In railroad circles in his section was sent to Waycross ,to ..,.. .. ..
Church on Sunday..Nov....21.V at 10:8( le.terdat 800'tree' near'radlroad'statfan "'. -'"" s '- .-.--+*- *-- -" -
' "undergoing: treatment,at-t.be-;-bosplta4: of thecountry ? "-r T treatment' In the A. .
a. m. On this account the,Rev.; David : 'c.--, r. :: died on thetrain .before reaching his J. -- ' .-:. - .. ,
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4-' Go to'Makineon'Uo'rfor'Iron Beds; D.:Judd will pot hold the usual services Whfl coming" up to the city 'wharflast destination. ', 12Q acres 1 lake shore,.front, 620 bearing-orange and'grapefruit
4 yFurniture. Two .care just' in.' New on the second of the month. Nov.'14th, Saturday night with launch loaded ) / .- vrs1t > ,.f I
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r t .things daily,.all fresh stock. ,.44-4 but.will go,to Aubu.-ndale.for that day with eggplant, Chaa. .O'Berry,: Inattemptlnc trees, If airhbuse;,land V ''well'timbered S ,. fine-iruclc V i or, f nl..Jan"t it .

, ' =r .. *We understand-- Mr. J.' M..Wlll.on 'FOB Baas! Craw.-Four acre"prang i.to c prevent I the boat, from : : : ,:'
wgrove .
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striking too hard was betweenthe Shell .Hammock $? .* > .
caught .SOOr .,
.
Jr. automobile which he v '
has ordered house .
an -7-room .
r' r ,good and other boat and' the dock and painfully ; ,.. ... , .. :
his real estate bush ''
will In artesian
'r use pushing buildings,"good well. Ahw 1 .
re.ldenc.ota,' Injured. His collar bone waa d. located : ." co. 50 acres with 10 acres bearing crime y.i.
good ; .cent" ally. located the process on the left shoulder and a --' J, grove ne railroadlitat/on'/ ;
ness.Miss' 1ft meeT to i.
Mable Tyson left f ih.r': home Klulr .Apply '" rib fractured." HI. injuries were 'attended 'FORSALESituated choice ,
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'. '''' .r;;: E. Lkn gr, d..Jo.r.$25,500, W-X ,
at Mont Verde last Monday after a 'j,. Peghom, ,a. to by,Dr.Winn and. be ia 'now. . . : : "'''''' -; > !

;,week'her*. visit",with n relatives. .and friends :)Nessn'Je: Clarenc.'and Sam Griffin, rapidly* ;*recovering.' .. ,, I: ,-, ,:Seven-room;: cottage, .2 I '1-12 acres, well' 'l located"few'rult" and' \.\

', J. H.' Vlck and from General Alfred Iverson baa '
a party Orlando to "
gone ' '
t Come and see the' Veautlful time o:; passed through Kls.imm.last week;In Jacksonville, where: be will enter the shade. trees;"an'deal) home,I$ .500.,. y -..' ., : :: .J i
pattern hats from St.' .Louis at Miss automobiles bound for the ,, lower .par Confederate Soldier' Home and spend I 22 miles south of Kissimmeeon .. ?I '

U ,>Mat Bandy's the latter part ,of next of the countyon, scamp hunt.",)Th bis declining years among his old com Lake: Hatchenaha' and Kissimmee! Four-room cottage,'.$500r 'week.; Mesas Griffin returned Sunday and reported rades. The General! has for along term ; I 'VtT./'T/i'T';/ / a,
i two deer bagged. They left Mr. of years been one of, our most highly river; all water transportation ; larges ,' ; '
and Mattie t,600 acres long-leafed pine and oakv; welllobated": ''f.I I
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M. Evans Miss This I is
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Mrs. the
Vick and some of.the other Nlmrods .in esteemed and best r loved citizens and ... .' ". '
riser ,
l Bandy are soliciting subscriptions "and the woods. - '.. ?{, while regretting to )lose him' from our and. ......richest" hammock"r on the ,'I ,; cheapest tract in the county at $6.00. r.. '-,*"i.' .'.. ", s 'I'' *",", : jI"4', ."
,i''', donations of any useful artIcl.; for the ' ' ))1 midst his friends rejoice to know that bearing grove brlgbt fniit,000o;; . . w/ '" .. ; 1-,
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1' children in the mountains otTennessee .-Mr..and Mrs;.E.-: .L.-Park.r-ofw)4or. : : ;: .n-- --i' .
;pepr b* will-njoy-more-comforts and'conveniences tree bammocklandisIl S 20o6o agfeschoicr ; ::: .7"7. ;; : :
w and North Carolina, where destitution fan town. W. Va., arrived in the city there than b* could possibly more ;richeattmuck'and'. : : land wiin,.WroadTthTpugh:Y they/center_ oftractgoodtimbe'a'verydeefraletract :
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is reported be week and ....... feneedmore'tlun scree
. ; wide-spread. last are looking-around.with have had._here.Th .- = 11".1t" ] ;: ; 200 ; A.

..: Mr. P"''A, Vans Agnew 6f Kissimmee a view to purchasing property and locating 'Real best protected place from frost In Florida ; for colonizing.( ;-" "', ; '
. e here. Several other parties who; Nelson Estate Agency reports > ", ,.'s' til'La1111 .
..: baa purchased of the"San"Juan, Gargage came south with Mr., and Mrs.' Parker several sales of trucking land this ;'headquarters.for fishing'and'hunt- ", '. -'.. 'd., 00' .. .,. .
+ Company an E-M-F ,30. Mr. Frank week to t' J.', x
have gone further south for. the present gentlemen who accompanU fJ' : "
Vans Agnew will use it In Osceola coun- but are expected: .to join.them hereIn Mr. Nelson on his return here from I Ing. Can; only be appreciated 'when .

'' ty in showing' the .>: '
yi' '-'real 'tate.orlando:Reporter-Starr' begin improving their :
-Wr/C. H.. Newell'of-St. Cloud was for spring planting. and in ,the property meantime hunters and fishermen in ma
t t: The Valley Gazette now reaches over in the'city ;yesterday. :H.'stated that will either buy or build home for liar Kissimmee.i :' \ n

scattered' actual: home_ era, be has purchased a lot at the .corner of their families There-,has 'been more '. ;<
,{ '' throughout the United States, 6th Street and Massachusetts Avenue, to people >from .Kansas -. ., A'" M'6. .
(k each week. Partle."havln& property and will erect and equip a first-class rnylOld state, all of,whom are t (l. ,

, ; : for sale are Offered .unprecedented paint shop. Mr. Newell I. an expert' proving most .worthy"and'accep tab 1. GEORGE!rB: TATMAN - ; .
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'':. opportunity.to.advertise.. It;through_our, need aign painter and will pay special citizens, being:full, of.western vim,'_and I i .. '- c,: ," '. '; .. .. ,. :,
,I T u'' :/column*. .attention" to. this, "dew -of.. work.-. 'enngy. I T RoBAumv.FLORIDA | iw I I't '

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ATTHEOCTAGpHHOUSEIt boos errtntsT lOllS.. ,. : E I iEB ., . j :.;, 1.;: ,

i,!- the place was ) The GraystoneOn ", \r

;f v :.r out the ,

Wasn't a Burglar'' That the' haste Rosamond, '' ATH rLA.. 'SeeQur41kxds .! | J ::

ror. "Who ,are .
Pretty Intruder Encountered. S. 0. ; and
suntT" ape On Lake TVhopekallfra. "

t "I am Mrs. ,, thy. Humid*. Fishing, Shooting, j
By CLARISSA. 'MACKIE.ICoprrlghtf name's David .Bathing Golf, Tennis, Roque, And get prices before buying. We are

.ISO*, by Asoclt d Ut r&ryRosamond the place and I 'of Women and Trap Cricket Shooting, Clock\ Golf. pa*.ball;! ,. "the Originators; of".L Id Prices. ,j 1
p J over.. I was to .and examin f
n :
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Terms: $ 93.&0
2.$0 to per day,, S I
Lee walked slowly down tate man at the $15 to ?$21., per week : ., in Kissimmee.. i '
,the rose bordered path to the tall stonewall he forgot the evenings. \ t
that Inclosed the deserted bouse ,As be said Kla- '. To Our FriendCome ....,. J ''i'j,
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next doom The owners were abroad, log occupied and trf' ft< meal at ,the WE SELL' \,
*1' and there was no prospect of,their-Immediate tenant. hotel Single '"meals 50c.21: ,

n return to Inhabit.. the Octagon. RoMmo.nd (' I : &C& meal tickets '10. Rooms, $1 per c Apron Checks at;.. . . . . . . , ..6 to lOc per yd "'.
House. ..-.t was called while her' brain day. Dress Ginghams at ..*. . . '. , .; . '.' ,7 to 12 Jc per yd "
R Bosamond bad made' many excurslons from her ' 40-in. Unbleached Sheeting at. . . . . .. . :7c.per.yd '.;
.i, \ about the neglected grounds andBreamed angry at baring IN Rooms The Inn annex 'for Shirting: Calico at . '. . . ". . . . ? .5'to 7c per yd
'- .dreams beneath the a situation. rent for boo apt) 75o per night Quilt Lining at . * .J.... . . .-*,. . . .6 :trees many that' rose from the' nohie this /good ioo Groceries Special' .rate* by Hie -we*. orlmonth Best Calico .* .. . . . . . . , .'. ,.61''to 7c per Yd' .'
/1 unkept . '- iqo-peces] Dress Goods from ." :: ?,16 to 75 f- A, >ttirf. She had taken toll of the bloom a burglar. She ,PKODUCK Poplar Cloth, assorted coldm, at. . . . . .26c.per yd ?
/ r idg flowers and shrubs In their seasons I suddenness and '- .. Check Homespun at. . . . . . . . . 6 to 8c per yd
} } and now she fed the gray squlfrels -" "I wl.b'you 'Outing Flannel .'oAt-. ..in . . . . . 7 to lOc yd ? k
a tbat raced dp and down th green said petulantly. FLORIDA H. W. THURMAN. Elegant Line Cur Goods . . . . . . fto25
i, .branches. "Of course, if PROP IEI'OR. Elegant Line Serpentine Crepe at . 20 to 25c per :yd
L er family laughed at her' fondness are suffering./ 1T6 Table Linen . . . . . . : . . . . 36c to $1 per yd
for,the Octagon: House and predicted a to help you' I' ,, Best Galatier Cloth at. . . . . . . . . .'. 15c per yd
Table Felt M.IIat. . . . . . . . . 55c per yd .
abandonment )l and..1t
,i" 1 speedy. wbenMrs Phltllps > you Table'Oil Cloth at, . :.':. . ... . . . . 25c per yd

was old.and Irascible and much ."I haven't Cotton Crash . . .. . . . . ._: . . .5 to 8e per yd
feared by Rosamond since' ftbe was a recklessly. "You RntaiV i} The Famous Rub Dry Towel at . .-. ... . .86c to 75c ._
little child. : habit of running __ Ladies' Shirt Waists.50c up '

But on this) glorious September day on the porch IS HEADQUARTERS FOR Ladies' Wrappers . . . . . . . . . . . . 65c up .
') .. when the late. monthly roses were bordering saw you looking/ Ladies Skirts, .. .. . . . . . . . . .96c to .10 each "
the path with delicate. sweetness thought you Ladies' Petticoats . . . . . . ,., ,60cto8each
Rosamond fair tried to frighten and Confectioneries, Cigars Ladies'Ladies' Raincoats.. . . ..4. . . . . . . .. . .$5 up
a her .
,:sweet rose Tobacco I Coat pita. . .J. ... . . . .-:. .. . '$9 Op .
self thought little of Mrs., Phillips In Ing I bad a Stationery Ladies' Vests. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 10 to SOc .
1" 'distant-Berlin -The darwasmede: -for and lay name Souvenir Post' Cards;: Ladies'! Kimonas. . . . .''.t.' . . . 26c to $1.60 each '
r ber-for her alone-and' the Octagon there! You may Etc. Pure Linen Laces.. . . . . . . . .., . . 6.to 25c r '7

House! "But I don't 12 doz Buttons for . . . . . . . ,. .. . . 6c
u She followed the stone wall to an Intersecting softly. "I think Gold E ye Needle, per paper . .. . . . .. . .5cLadiear
I fence which served as a of you., you _= Fine Box Candies a Specialty. Coats and Sweaters at popular prices ; -
stepping stone. In. trice she bad me to be a I Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculously low prices.

u Jumped lightly to the soft turf of the you must let me LANIER GAME LAW A beautiful Line'of Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, etc. '
Above we have given prices a few items in our
you on very
other side and sped swiftly across the for that ankle
nII se same law immense and well selected stock. .
dappled green toward the boose. Permit me as a salad .., ea h_""".
r Tbe crooked piazza which followed later on a : IN fee. Yours for good goods and low prices,
the outline bt the old house, was covered lifted her In his PUJlK"S emu TOMCIf
I Graiii .iiMraatMd tosr.Ms.Mien .
with Virginia even now ried her' . STANFORD
creeper .CbUIt.sod PV r. S- ;
turning to brilliant scarlet and gold small gate In the of All baW.sa Mroe !

In one corner where the Tines hung rose bordered '
low'.and formed a curtain.were a lonk care. 1 : . . . . . . . .
trade. .
; "'wicker: chair and a pile of Rosamond's! Many times and Furs
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favorite book, strode up the -
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j,. She bad tired of reading and wa.eUt1.Dc Rosamond Lee. ,j
halt drowsy-with sleep! :when.a when the roses .
step on the plaua roused her. Never den be claimed ST.J MONEY LOANEDON .i
1
before bad any one trespassed on tier gether they ByQ


t .,Sbe parted the Tines and peeped which : REAL ESTATE

r ;, through to discover a man's tall form mistress. J : I

bent to peer Into the half drawn shades i

t'' of the long windows lie straightened H. # HIDES LONG TIME. EASY PAYMENTS ,
\ .f "A i
f ap again, .nd..be saw that his clothes very ...,
were gray and dusty and that white seat In a i Reliable Representatives Wanted

dust powder "! 'his dark: bnlr.: He was ess who joined 0
1 r . ' story telling. M.fERRT a to.
mopping: .id i Iroronsly with r DETROfT, IIICH: .

a Ills handk hand! <. :'notlcM exposure that to traveling fellows, one of : CITY :: I 01 The Jackson Loan & Trust Co.

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cos the san,, game of cards, i
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They appealed : ihowlnr the : =;::==--" =-0- '---_-=- 0. -==
That the tan was a burglar Rosa ..wintcd.
mond bad not n doubt. Her heart almost take part and .1 1' Kissimtnee Jackson Mississippi I.
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stopped beating when be glanceU game. Gro. (o = ?
'
Thank Granitoid Stone Works !
you; .t'.d
i carelessly toward her vine covered retreat nnvl2d m.
*
befoQs'be; sat down on the top I came the re pon Make ever\ihinn in line _
step to light a pipe.. "'I am sorry .... ....1 such a; Blocks. Piers Cement Cei
.
li lt' 'f "He's wondering bow to get In" have a cigar ment Sidewalk"'Tile, Porch Columns ,
'" knormnred" Bosamond to b r' elt. "_"If spokesman, Sewer Tile. Stone Steps Chimney ,

.R only I'were brave enough I would go "'I am obliged Stone. Can safe you nearly) one-half ? SAN JUAN GARAGE CO.
on glom and Is belter thao rick onehslf
smoke, replied | ; z; ;
out and frighten him away, but I am '
the
man."They. (; expense on <;chimney ,
Jilt ,;.fearfully afraid of burglars, and yet If Will do general contracting In buitd- ORLANDO. FLORIDA.
be should break tnaD4 steal some of thought tug out of "t>'od'stone or brick.. 'Cement DETROIT } "
fellow fullest MICH., U. S. A., Oct 16, 1909.
),dra ,Phillip pictures I would feel young work In all lines. All work
dreadful leader produced all S San Juan Garage Company Orlando, Florida S'
because have enjoyed her' guaranteed: first-class -Gentlemen-_ .
' 'hospitality unasked She smiled ion''" and asked the 'Agent for the celebrate. Courtrigbt' An agent from your districtcalled- in' here yesterdayaajd "' -= .... -.-
.'As yon do metal Shingle
thoughtfully and then sat very quietly, some of our competitors have given him to understand "
.8. I
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smoke
will .
Presently she dropped book on thepoor .you Garden; B. DICKERSON, It Fiori. i7 that we could not ship Studebaker-Flanders "20s" till next .
..and, rasped mgt of. )er retreat ,In' a "
-with 'i'thank yon,- possibly Und on'the from will interest "
d a* haughty. expression on her: you, subject me you. ?S. ..
sweet .face: The \stranger Jumped I er drink,' .. ? ", In about six weeks we will send out Studebaker-Flanders :,
"With -this .. "20" Scout cars touring through section of the
bis a Oats. : every coun-
feet and polled off his .
( gray cep.j ministerial r 1tII S try so as to give the greatest number of dealers and pros- .
j n ) 1 beg your pardon," he stammered. behind the young etc. M. TILLER pective buyers an opportunity to see the car in advance of

I x tot'. didn't know any one was around." and tapped him ; regular, shipments WHICH WILL START IN JANUARY. S
t Bosamond fixed him, with a cold This will chance to the and understand
Real Estate Agency.NpNNNNN S give you a : see car
'I have heard .
1 tare while she "mentally"decided that : Seeds i 4 why some of our competitors are making such frenzied ef 9 5
be was'too good looking to be engaged to these men. \\\\ forts to check the unheard of demand for it, which, by the '1'-.
In low, 'and I : the fall to 1 1t way, is growing by the hour.
such Nefarious asU
a pastime >urgiarUlng S I
.
unoccupied country houses.'n of character-... and about Realty bought and sold. As the time approaches for us to make regular ship .
Bhe Jlfted, ber brows shun bad habits. I and other Houses rented. -I' ments-yon ran expect all kinds -"rumors" to reach you "
pretty Inquiringly. ,
., the parlor car,. ,.tab4* and I Taxes paid and Titles and the reason will be apparent if you will inspect the cut '
!Ton wished to see ? vel'a a-
I some one
of the the If have
have meet'.q Poultry car on new hanger. ( you not received
.<' "Why-er-no. ,I didn't expect to see :yon rtltla.... i ified for non-residents., copies. of this write the nearest Studebaker branch. This I
t any one here' 'thought the place was 'I thank yon d..i rtumld Fire Life and Accident In- S car often amazing values. We could sell fifty thousand if

Tacant".*he.stammered, knocking his man, turning I iataiosbla tot surance. > we could produ(' .tbem. .

pipe against the railing and stuffing it gentleman, 'but -u.*, M.*afor 41 'Indemnity Bonds. to Yours very truly
Y 1r,. 'into his pocket., Intend, to marry,; t ..",..'Far.. o S EM-F COMPANY, S .. "
I. free eat 1in., .. "IP" t'
.
'"!t.Is not Tacant, I. am 1ulre..14.BoIamoDd .. w.'u"_-.' wlr 7rnr W. EX FLANDERS, Pres't.t .

_ bravely.' The i :; .. _.u .. "

c ',""80 ,I-er. ssB.1;,.with an air" of cba- polldctul8814'"Israel W, &':SONS!, FLOWER V eIV\4 DV VVVVVVVVVhVVJ 'f4' A.

aTta.The house Is wee'protected." lator owed part .'vaj SE'EDS. FIELD VGOBTABtEDT ..ste0 r--.4>-....-._'.; ee area-rm.tl 1 .. : 7tr
fins be.kept '
-I am glad of that" be said heartily.Bosamond way MAIL ORDER A.'CAUSON, 1'*blent N. t:.. BRYAN ,
t sive and obedient ... SEORETART
.
his .tone .. riER We will ihlp Iny order day a. reo lT" Imagined pride." " ; ( ,. SEEDS ONLY-_I.II.loq\ In .
starcastlc. '"Perhaps you wished to seeThe'min'st.rted"vblently. i UUBPKK'U., '"Tb 8 t-ed.Tba t Urow. .
''' t my husband" ab.'aaed In.. 'a'.waveringVoice. "Mr. Durham WALTON SEED .0..7.Oc.*. St.,J.ck.o.. The Waters & Carson. 1:; ;
without i. v.ll., ...del., . l
ample be culled Poutirysupplies. Remedteslnseticides.Writ.for *
i
,' and his
SHOP Cltllotl.,
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x' 'eyes forsook,ber face and dropped to was & ,
air 4J4m .
.-S- .1 laugh, that I. "
the ground"Of course It would be a i RVIC BY -
Grocery 4
Company
I little la' :
a boy .
'.. .- ..
'"pleasure,?be aald::Tto he around tL.Bosamond . -fThU youth's '. .
> 'edged closer to the steps KMEN <

s"ISv.W and, ran lightly' down to the path be- gereti mast; add Then she T. f JKL RIVERS, //A. D, Wholesale. and'Retail '. : m ,,...--
Dealers
in
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low. ;"I will call Urn..;He Is not fataway. ft rSw '
tal .
He
sums.
." she .cried. :breathlessly, Then tile way'he kept PHYSICIAN AND. SURGEON .5 L : ; f !"
she turned 'and. '.
J sped swiftly toward Office Otceols
bands she knew Pharmacyi
:the wan.that,divided the place .from oyer GROCERIES .'
So she made him
her home Once there, ber father his and ud_ Fine PHONE.., I Residence 163 ,. ,; ,
back 14& ,
f 9J'llce .
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would .
telephone to the Tillage for
other sum. He '. .. ... .. +rti
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4, ,.slsUnce, an..-thus the burglary would "' ;.;.e ;', "
'Abe prevented 'rectly.Goodr J. W. SIMPSON. 'lf I:)

_ 1 S .i. She th01llJbt..be heard swift steps on your finger she I DK. WE SELL WE BUY >fJ ;' :'
I :
y' behind her, and she renewed her- speed "'No'm. On DENTIST
toward the wall, Her heart Tobaccos \
was beatIng HAY S .
krr almost to suffocation as she stepped I Upstairs In Kate Building.Omc. '5'S HIDES \
-" on a loose atone She uttered a Quite t u *. m. to 12 m. S :
A lady visitor i .: HOURS }f 1:30: to 5:30p pRAIN :; :, ;
.terrified cry as) the stone slipped and m. I FURS : .
bathing and I Telephone No. 76 Jun 5, lye FERTILIZERS '" u'
,ahe feU to the grdbnd.Mow .' 41
drowning when ;
ahe heard swift steps la reality I WOOL .
local wag,
SHINGLES ---
ai itht 1I.trau&qoued the tart; and
LAterm. the day i AND , '
bent Tnxloosly-above bar,
f"h was staying and : ; ORANOE-BOXBS ... "
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; .""I hope you have. D'C'b1ll't yourself" Mel.nlr.the lady I '' 4 "
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Progress -|I. R.fi.ot.dby ] -
'. Hew One City's .. )0 "I
.\' Inoreaeedntmprovement. $tteeietie. uoa't Mistake the C m .',0.'VOllr. - -
f. Perhaps no one thing kbow the pro- Troufclsv. A KlssisBMiee CltUe '1 .'
I of the Needs That Must Be gresslveneas'of Clnclnnatlans' more ? healthful toU-i ,
'Some number Snows How te.Cure-"Them, Offers to the investor and homeseaker ;
than continued growth In o( mate good water good roads, best railway,,transportation .' .
Considered. 'organisations];, and 'improve' Many never suspect their t, '
business 'people facilities, and the best five acres of land (n..
now In from a lame,
associations. There are kidney If suffering
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I Cincinnati and suburb about 100 Much weak or aching back they think that It Florida for $100., Terms, $10'cash; balance. in ''nine .

!.t -STYLE OF STREET IMPORTANTNo organisation, even' the humblest?sections If only a muscular weakness; when unna'ry PROSPER.COLONY. equal monthly payments of $1OLeaEch. .

I"" + taking up the note of progress to trouble acts in they think I it with will Terms::.$10 cash balance in'nlne monthly payments,

? ward'a greater Cincinnati and adding loon correct other Itself. And of 10 kidney it *disorder " 'T of',,$ItJeach,:: Remit $1O to the Orlando Bank'and
I. Curved' Thoroughfares' BpslnewC.M.rs .sli.the symptom >
,'1' and !No Straight On. InR.sid.ntlal their effort< to the'building up of 'Industrial *. That is just where the danger 1 1s'R Trust Co.. Orlando., Fla.., for each: R've-Acre, Farm:
:, Germans activities' and the Improvement lie*. You must cure these trouble or u' 0 you wish to purchase and the Cashier -will send'' you ,
: S.otlonHow'
.. of living conditions. they may lead to diabetes or Bright'sdisease TAFT contract With each Five Acres, purchased areti
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Cincin ,, 1 I.Doan' m
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Plan Cities.In In belt remedy use
Five' year ago there were The' K
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PRO. :: given. lot In Taft 60x12O.feel.;
'. Fred. nail perhaps less than twoscon',of Kidney' Pill. U cure all ilk
an sddreu"at Washington and but few sec which are caused by weak or diseased .. N COLONY ;.
organisations. A Particulars Book Writ .
auc For and Illustrated *
coq of America'
'i rlck. Law Olmated.Tr of the city or suburbsboasted an kidney Kissimnree people testify .to .. .
architect, said thus .' :V -
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greatest landscape of. business men for lmproTementiofclvlc -> permanent curesMrs. ,.
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.;- ,. -that our city and town planning ordl- organization 9 d'tlooa. : .! .-R-,djrbacJrachwfconitantljrindmsda I* Seaver Kiasimmee, Fla.. ,' --e

-narlly-alms 'atrmaklngnew.. streets The situation ,today is reversed for .ways, me miserable' ?"Every time .I Pfosper"Ctony" : 'Companyf ,
connect with older ones so a* to form every Important residence section of stooped or attempted to lift anything, .
..continuous line of travel and to make the city: and every suburb baa made my suffering was increased' I did not KISS.MME-E.- FLORIDA "
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:them' wide .enough to avoid' congestion; Itself a noticeable factor In the affair. rest and mornings felt weary and lan -- E .
of traffic.. Be said this led to a mechanically of the community. gull I finally: learned. of the effectiveness AQBNTS WANTSTO
of Doan's Kidney Pills' in such '. : ,
standardised arrangement Membership In.these many organisa y "' *
of streets and blocks with uniform dons ranges all the, way from forty cases the Kissimmee and promptly Drug procured Co. They a box from gaveme When writing please mentloa this paper.SASJ .
streets covering jbe wbole or thousand..a number of the larger .
straight to a prompt relief and in a short time .
most of the town. This lead to "tha 'bodies in the city' proper havl g'the entirely removed the backache: and :
*'concentration ;.of street'traffic upon a maximum number. .. kidney difficulty., .
number of.streets,causing dana One of.the Important central' lod1el For sale by all dealers. Price 60 .
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*! of serious congestion and Incon which has been Organized In recent cents Foster-Miburn Co.,Buffalo\ New .: .
'veoience" unless such traffic. Is provided year 1* the Associated Organisation, York, sole agents for the United States. .

for.. designed to give the united strengthof Remember the nameDoan'sand. -' DOORS? ,
with Mr. Olm. bodies to move* take no other ., .' -
Many will take issue twoaeore' buameaa ''i, .
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i' .tod In his general statement, for all menu IQ i which the general public is .. ---0, '"",- r' ". ,., ... '-.' ....> ,'' L., ,.' ' ;., u. a l ,
.. naught In Then there IS the ; r- v '" y
that' he, first, said goes for directly Interested. Notice l to.Creditors. a
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for. Iq 'Improvementassociation
. face of "unless provided Federated ID the Matter of the Eatate: of Ella: E. Woodal I
r-- ....._ .._sectlons wenee4! and should with a score of conat,tteutbodleL In: late of Oeceota County Florida .......:: 1 ---G6TO
- have streets laid'out on anything but both of thee large central organization Motto.hereby siren to creditor. '*.distributees I :
. 'straight lines, but there are more than the representation Is by means and all persona bating claim or demand...1.....
I 1 the residence parts In every city and of three delegates from each constituent the aald estate to present tham duly.authenticate .. .
town that have to be "provided' for." b 4y.: lei for aattlamant within the time praaeribad by
.. and not the least of these la caring for A specia f eature to which the many I law. O B. WOODALW
frailness traffic In an economic manner, Improvement' associations are giving' Oet.8-8t Administrator t/o aid Estate. .

,consideration that necessarily excludes their attention Is the Improvement of CRED'ITORS. I BRMdkIflSOflC.t 1
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the aesthetic. What -we must' have' street and public school. building and NOTICE W.
In business centers are 'new streets environmentMovements' All garaona harlna clalma or d.mand..g.in.tthe
connecting with older ones .to 'afford for viaducts' and other E.tate: of Martha A.Tnrllneton> daeaaaad. ... .
also to travelingfach' of the County of Oaoaola and tha State of FlorId.
of travel' We additions .
lines Important '
Continuous playgrounds haaabr notified to praaent 'tha ...... to ma. .
need "uniform straight streets and a ities, park areas aDd which an properly.t.....,within the UmapreMrlbad\ bylaw '
I' .mechanically standartied arrangement memorials and other things .or the aataa will ba to....., barrad; and .11 : FOR. ,; : -
or streets and block." Business. demand make. city great are directly\ trace- .......n.Indebted to said ratite..ill make ImmedIate .
It We.farther: need "concen able to the effort of these business _ttinnent with undarafanadR. '

".."..a-. tration of street traffic upon a limited cluya, and associations. O. MEEK.
J number of thoroughfares" but we : ., ._-- Kiecutorof the Eitate: of Martha A 1 urllnctondaocaaad. i Iron Beds Chairs Matrasses Rugs Ti. :
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; should and of provide such -substantial these of sufficient surface width that BENEFITS. -FROM-' TREES. Notice. Creditors.S.p't.------ : ,

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I they would fully satisfy all demands Twalva ExeelUnt lUasons For Planting "
upon them. Them In Citlaa or Towns In the Matter of the Estate of William S. Chandler V
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believes in' the ', late of Oacaola, County. Florida, daccaaad.
No one more fully City Forester frost of Chicago gives Stoves and. House FurnishingGoods
to creditor,distributeesand
city beautiful movement than the twelve reasons why a city or town Notice la h."bJ'Iv.n
clalma ord..mand..iI..t .
all )havlnc
lines paraona
dislikes straight the following -
writer; no one trees. They are
should plant tha laid iratete to praaent Uiem duly authantleat-
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corners more, but we must '
.. and square : i .a foraettlamant within the time praaoribad bjr :
not have' curved streets In business Trees an beautiful form and color la>'. W H 1 HANDLER. >.
centers. The plane for the Improve Inspiring a constant appreciation of Oct.8t Administrator of aaii)Estate.: (J' .

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Angeles 'by Charles Mulford RobInson Trees enhance thebeauty of archi- "

provided for straight streets only and tecture. ORANGE GROVEOf .
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aimed to have all MauUful by reason Trees create sentiment love of country -

of simplicity and fully meeting all stole city and home.

the er planning requirements of the of traffic.business The"sections prop- upon'Trees citizens have an of educational all ages especially Influence TREES We ,Have Large Stock of Above and. PRICES .AREJIGHT>> '

and the proper planning of the residence children. SWEET SEEDLING: 0 .. ,

portions of any city or town are Trees encourage outdoor life. , ,
two distinct' though not necessarily Trees purify the air. 1- of .T :. 'r:
separate problems. Trees cool the air In summer. and .- Just Received Carload Lime ,
Now that nearly all of our cities 'radiate"warmth In winter. 9 acres. 550 trees. 400 bearing r '," .

and towns southern California have Trees". Improve climate and'conserve near packing house and R. R. sta- '
effectively tackled the planting ofstreet soil and moisture. I .. .
trees those most to-the fore will Trees furnish resting places and abel tion. The present crop on the .. &_._ i. i-ita-A. tu Ii' ",' c

J. be looking\ to the. next step toward the I. tel' for birds. trees, about l.OOO boxes goes with :1. -
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in a letter lately received : : .
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Cal. lie ? beat of the BUD < ., :: FIGURE $ i ,.r .
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lam of well planted streets is nearing counteract adverse condition 11' ( tTv,\ {:;.
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: "- : solution we must of city life. 3l2O acres in creek bottom, $5.00
: > 'rrR'. .beautiful experts did Dot coat-so much motto "Urbs In borto" or a "city set per?acre.

we could get you to plan or suggest In, a garden come true he declares 1 B MAK1N.S'ON",1: : 1
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a improvement'block beautiful or. better system: still of'landscape, provide that front the lines.women of Chicago are on the I 5 acres fenced; half mile from

for carrying out a scheme of .em bel- "The home mean more to a woman Court House with two houses one I f ,

lishment and Improvement for a whole than to a man," be says. "The women of 3 rooms and one of 6 rooms .

r .' street"Even If we have to pay fat fees of good Chicago they have deserve accomplished great credit by for lead.the About-3 acres has been cultivated! KISSIMMEE and St. CLOUD : '

the cost wquld fall so lightly on each IDS and Inspiring efforts to establishthe Price 1000. i. ; : .

Individual' owner that every one could permanency of this tree work. '. .- : .
,.t' ,. 'Ii.1. find out how best to improve' his yard Women are always mindful of the *"*J. M. WILLSON, JR.,

::: \ so that it would be attractive In it- beauty, love and sympathy developed' INSURANCE ; :
ESTATE AND
1 I "b.;, I.I 'self and harmonize with the wholeS by the planting of flowers, shrub and REAl .. ; ..
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.::i...s 'I j ,, r scheme." tree-around the home.". KJ8S-IMM-EC PAINTS I :, RQOFING. .
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, "):fi? '. ....>!.1.l'(' l 'method both The as city of a 'or whole making town and first the In city to every adopt beautiful detail PRESIDENT TAFT ON PARKS. ''w...,. :............ ......... ..: ;. ,

will not be able to hide her flight on-
ProvUUn of
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', i.:0 Li der.a bushel," but would soon become at ,Beauty Spate and,Braathlng Sp.... ,( ;. .. .: 11" ", ., :.., .
1' for her unusual.Beauty both -
; : famous President Taft In' his notable speech w -
" ;"-.:*' Tbe.gve mostimportant points ob'f' cltlzeni ',of Washington, touched upon
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: tamed\ by theGerman I Bock Creek parkas follows; '
; ..1 >" ; '01' town planning are thus summed up "'Now I want to talk about the fatun '/ 'CHAMBERLAIN'S
,\ '? by Mr. OI .te4, who last year visitedEurope'for'the .* and 'the future*ofV \b4nsrton! ........" . .

. ff f purpose of studyingR What..in enormous development Is be- . ''!-' '
"',< :city planning:'' -" not Imaginative Store ; % ,
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:, -First.-: A reasonably good provision' man,'but 1 would like lto come back : : ; j''''! .

:,01 ,,::;["' Of main thoroughfares, well' planned here k hundred yean bence'and seethe a..q 1'<\;,; '\"

L- '-. : U1C"eU"ulPPec1..J Increastogiyllberaf-and- 'belnttea-or-whichlbl; dt7-1a' '.ForIo ? 1jdH: I *
-'' ; :- ". "t"I 'SecondAn. distribution ot.amall park pable. Bight bere under our noses fora .C : REMEDY; \ I I ISUREAFE
fVequitable
. 1.jl:I' -V:\ and playgrounds.as well as numerous* beautiful'time under'Potomac oar very.eye flats.that*, are are going those L"You. ,, ; ) "

, ':' j&V j .;'N' small interesting squares. escel.'I'tfr t6 make-as 8ne'parksand parkwaysas I . '. \ '
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.' "' i\ lent public building sites, and on many them to'are be in connected the :world.with' Those the'parks Bock .: ; TO: :TAKE. ,
.'IiIt V' 'of them some very totere.tlDs public ought Voaill sot. Bad la. .., tier taaJjr-to- PLEAsANT a ,,4
.,,;1; r ;; Creek park by-tfteans of> the, mouthOf wershoes lU arl.ivsssmom atylaa awl ,, .
"bulldln
jffr.-; BourtaBvery nofable" facilitiesforS"V 1t-creek'OI''otbenri8e-aod then ..appy. ...aft lines you get. ia the...na. ..fRagal V.-_. r'
: them all there ought: to be I
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.t ; and manufacturing dlst BKKiels BOW oai diaplarAa .
If >t commercial in connection with water fronts Carried a park clear around, including: art a.of.. Chmmberlain's) Cough, You can stop that coughing MotlaersofRemedyneerdisappointa croupr children "
: .t, Ai trlcts When 'the 'city plant the Soldiers.borne and completing circuit by using ChamberIain'sCoughRemedr. *- should always Iceep a '
. 'and railways. view with Rock creek at the other end." Dtearptie CMDOI. for ob It bottle 'of., ChamJberlain'* ,
., out a district with a special those.who us*|t ti- ,
lays President Taft is a believer in park., tiers ake ]mlieecoaaaaoa
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cut it COuabRemed.haDdy..lt e
\. to manufacture, it does not Just advocate' of an extension of llwaa oed nato emtt ""coldaorunrel e'f'esthelunpaidaez.o r "I),.,
/'( ; a 'up Into the standard streets and blocks an earnest tation of the throat and pectoration and effect a will salie'mlrmyanxious ' i:
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the parking, system Capital ; dofof ya 1
r"t. and then leave the railways the manufacturers First dose relieves. permanent cure. .. nights-children like it.. "
lungs. prompt .
.. and teamsters to struggle It needs not,the saying that be wants 'Moreover, yea get' '. . I
t then parks to be beauty spots and emd fit l:RepieerWtfxa. J
with the transportation problem, but breathing spaces accessible to gnd for a ....., -- I ''it'2S
out the necessary

I\ -, _-_ ...?,_ .rights begins tiesand: of by Inrbvldes,-way laying' for long.voof the railroad faclll-.far. .Thalli the enjoyment what'. parks of .the.are_general for,- public.. $350 ,.so. $t.o r ForSale- 'Everywhere sloop: o'ZSc, : vDQC1t .

tory sites with railroad sidings on one - .. '
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homogeneous manner than in the bore many of the> leading women.olTuscumbla. J .'"
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pert .ID'"America C-----, he says: we go on fight to Improve. is making the health a and determined the ap: REGAL SHOES. : :' ,; :

'". Here old into-' 'of the' city.. ''A :'notice.wasrecently ? "* 1 1t. '
pellranc. '

r ,'": {- s',r"' Y'InbOf1)a" takes them omplaee\,long'preparing1 without tl7 after perpetuating material we over' have.again variation bur recognised;: in ; our the I inspect.ttat"the'issued member.o premises through!and the the where' clnb local they,will papers .:,C.tie ',W.r ,.D lS }--1 I'i : < ; ; r-.fl'ni'lg"g-; lJ f.


j (\' :. same' conditions that' have' older given rise are not tie la fact sanitary to the condition authorities.will This report ' ,.. '" < . :, : -
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J I GENERAL DIRECTORY CHRISTIAN. -' night Prayer meeting every :Thursday. Fish and Oysters.. ..,... 1M:

M. Chisholm, New
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pastor. :
Preaching first and third Sundaya of Choir practice every Saturday night. Fresh flsh"and oysters every day in '
Of the Churches and Fraternal Societies each month at 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. the week delivered to any part of the Our Drug
Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell, city. Bearden.building, phone 176.
of Kissimmee. CHAS. BASS.
superintendent.
Christian 'Endeavor first and third MASONIC. Stock Meat Market
Sunday of each month at 6.80 p. m. Orange Blossom Lodge, No. 80. F. &; '
CHURCHES. Prayer meeting and choir practice every A. M., meets first and third Igondaynights \ ,, .
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Thursday at 7.45 p. m. in each month at 7.30 o'clock in Bowling AlleyAND -
.. Fraternity Hall. Comprises everything you
BAPTIST. J. W. Prentia W. M. will find necessary'to- have in AFTERa-Iooff
Bunyan Stephens pastor. i R. O. Meek, secretary. the way of delay o some
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-N. C. Bryan, EPISCOPAL.Rev. weeks I have
superintendent. David D. Kidd, rector. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Pure Drugs
Preaching 11 a:. m. and 7.45 p. m.Prayermeeting7.45Thuredeyevening.. Services every second Sunday at 10.30 Friendship Lodge, No. 10,meets again opened
every
and 4 Gallery
L In. p. m. Wednesday night at 7.30 o'clock in Fra- Shooting Drug Sundries my Meat.Market '
Visitors B. Y. B.always U. 7.45 welcome.Friday evening. day Morning at 11.30 prayer a. m.Conducted and litany every by a Sun-lay ternity Hall. .............................- I 'a ,and solicit,
T. M. Rivers, chancellor commander.R.
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:- ; man. O.Meek,keeper records and seal. a share ofthe, public patronage. : .
Sunday Schoolr-lst, 3rd and 4th Sun NEXT TO KATZ'S'Wednesday EASTMAN: KODAKS AND ;
1 PRESBYTERIAN. day 10.30a. m., 2nd Sunday 9.30 a. m.- I have secured the services of an '
S. S. Snyder, pastor. W. G. Hankins, superintendent. OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W. SUPPLIESWe experienced meat cutter, and will j;..
Sunday School9.46 a. m.-Geo. FT All services suspended during July Meeting nights second land afternoons reservedfor endeavor
Parker, superintendent and August. I Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. tour\ handle only reliable to handle at all times only *
ladies and their escorts.-
Christian Endeavor 6.00 p. m. ,, A. D. Gilbert, C. C. first-class Ilo ds.Osceo'a such meats as will please my cus- -t.
t Preaching every sec6nd and fourth C. W. Dann, Clerk. '
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.-00: METHODIST.Jas. tomers.
Prayer meeting and choir p. m.practice T. Mitchell, pastor. . Maps of Florida.To \\ Come out and hit the 'bulls-eye. Pharmacy Call up Phone No. 60 and give me '.I\
-Thursdays betore the second and fourth Preaching every Sunday morning and ir break the bowline record
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Sundays at 7:00 p. m. evening. a trial -order.-
Visitors most cordially invited to all School we wiHvend, postpaid,upon receipt
9.45
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services I a. m.J. M. Lee 011'25 cents, a pocket map of the Stateof H.. 'SEEOARr JC _ ; superintendent. Florida. R. Prop. R. COLLIER.tORIDA.

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