Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 2, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00453
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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however, must bringrwritten evidence eays she ia going to jcome to'Kissimmeewhen .

'HOMBEEKER RATES that they have studied during the summer Florida Will "Lead All we do,. to invest and make her MISS JOLLY IS AHEAD

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the subjects on which they are to home. *! '

:,- examined. The Commissioners'ofOsceola county -

To This' State from the. North andWestShould.B ,Pupils coming fromother schools are The .Southern States an following a method I of presenting. la fee Popularity Contest, With fraternity -: ' .

Continued Diifinj requested to aee the principal and show tClsslmmee, and OaceoU Co.,.Ha.,. In away Hall and MisS Moon Only '

him their promotion card before the -- i that It very effective and at the ;

the Winter Months.. opening day so he can have plenty of . 'j same tIme comparatively inexpensive. a.Few Votes Behind.The . '
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Kissimmee: Needs More Than AlfrBlse toMake
--- -, time to consider each cue Those who to which the tax payers of Osceola Co. --.-,. .. r

It wu brought out at a large meet- I cannot bring 'promotion cards must It the Leading Inland City in the State cannot complain, aa the bensflta derived, voting In 'the'''Valley Gazette '" to '

take the examinations beginning! September thereby are far in 'of the expense t
excess
,lajr.of companfea interested in the development I Popularity Contest the past Week was
of Florida held in Chicago 8th.Parents. is More Saturday Night Pay Rolls. I incurred, or in any other method more spirited than it has been any week

the Ant of this month that immigration are urged]_to have their children . that might be adopted. before! alnce! the contest begun, and.each. .t.

to Florida ia heavily handica'pped in .choo on the opening dayIn I I When I read In the GaxetU what Is of the three favorites-Miss Jolly,' ,

by the fact* that bom .eeken. rate order that the whole school may get' to It is usually an easy matter for a 14 no money growing on trees here but being done, I am more than pldaaed. I Fraternity Hall and Misa Gena Moon

.from Northern "and'Western points to work at the earliest moment possible. newspaper to obtain an Interview with"'it ia not far under the surface and a am very proud of the city of my choice" went considerably beyond the hundred: ;

this state are not; in \effect! during the Those having Children who,are now old the average man upon almost any ordi- little*digging and development* will un.I for my future home only wishing I thousand.mark. 'The fti.ndo'of each

winter.months. Throughout the summer enough 'to enter school for the first time dinary subject, but men of wide; business earth it in substantial amounts. were there to take a hand in the good favorite are working ba d.-&lid a aingle,

months, when the natural tendency will greatly aid the teachers of the experience and extensive travel are "The' world has certainly heard much : work. ten-year subscription would put either lone

of Northern and Western people is first grade if they will not 'keep such loath, aa a rule to give public'expre..,,:and favorably of Kissimmee, and it is Mr. N. A.. Berney, of Horton a retired far in the lead. .

to Uy at homer these low homeseek- children out until the middle of. the ston to their opinions as to the advantages now up to Kissimmee people to demonstrate . farmer now'in the- real estate The following ia the result of the ,

ers' rates are in effect; but as soon as year. Classification at that '.time Is one town or section possesses over their,ability to keep pace with business, having been to New Mexico count of the votes cut for the we.k'-

the winter months come when (pedpfe{ next to impossible. / another unless they are exceedingly: the coming progress. From a municipal and the San Louis Valley Colo., look. .ending yesterday at 2 p. m.: x.

naturally want to com" South to I ., .R. M. Evans. marked therefore it ia With much pleasure standpoint the city can stand considerable ing around with tne intention of Investing 'kiecianeeGRACEJOLLY 4,' .t

tlVell-j -- we print the following interview development ot a civic and internal in "Iaod. but not being entirely
tigate the advantages of Florida / : . ... . . . .119.680 ,
I,WILL HAVE Lei ETOBURN: with Mr. Dolph Berli, who came to our character./The completion of the pleased with what he saw, la very
future home, these rates are no' longer FRATERNITY: HALL, . . . . 118.090 j
town some ten'days ago from Coving- water works and system will anxious to learn of Kissimmee and Os
III effect, but they are In effect to Texas r --- sewerage GENA MOON . . . . . . .106.706MAY x
The ton, Ky., and In'that short time has organized add much to her stability, her credit ceola Co. I have had, a number of
and other Southwestern points If the Schemes Now Incubating BELLE!: FOUNTAIN, . . '; 2,:10
the'Klsslmml' Ice Cold Storage and her All is
homeseekersand progress. that necessary talks with him, not only concerning
result is that tbousands'of CHRISTIAN CHURCH S. S. $10-
otherwise be I Reach Maturity.Only I and Abattoir Co., with a capital of is to keep the gooj work going. Let Florida but about the San Louis Val- "
settlers who might PRESBYTBRIAN CHURCH'S. S_. . 600
25000. Upon the request of the Val 'all be reasonable, yet aggressive and ley previous to his trip there and since .
brought to Florida go to Texas. Figures I last week we printed a story of : OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. . . . 500KISSIMMEE
1st I ley Gazette for his unbiased opinion regarding progressive and having told him whtt he would find
to
were produced thin meeting of here to CONCERT BAND . . 600 r
the organization a
travelto company I the advantages .and opportunities "I can not hilt commend the actionof there, and he having found condition.
how that a Northern n an can ice and a cold CampbellMRS. .
manufacture operate our town offered the homeseekerand your Board of County Commission aa I described them, only much worse, .
Texas slid back for hairt r leas than storage plant and abattoir, a meetingof I E. I}. BROWN., . . . . . 600
tocomVto Flor- investor, and its prospects for becoming ers in subscribing: for and mailing out he ia now inclined to accept my every
would cost him
what it which enterprise BasmlagerLENA
stockholders of
the the leading inland city in Flori- weekly a thousand copies of the Valley statement-conceming Florida, as the "
jda. Is called for next Tuesday night at the PEARCE ,' . . . . . . 600
da, Mr. Berli expressed himself in the Gazette. I know of my own knowledgethat truth, the whole truth and nothing'"butthe '
. The competition between Florida an State Bank to elect officers and attendhe BESSIE!: WALKER . . . 600 _
following words: it has been the means of inducing truth, so Mr. Berry asks that you .
the homesoekers business is details of and now l'Ier' oo.._ -
Texas for organization,
"You ask me why I came to Florida quite a number of people to come to send him the Gazette for a time.
'keen and, he more favorable rate toPexae come Mr. A. W. Winn, proprietor of MADELINE: HILL. . . . . 600
and to Kissimmee. Let the and I mistaken is
me answer Kissimmee. will ue greatly Mr. G. W. Francis also not only t
often turn the scale in favor the 4oca>'ce plant, which has a capacity i Pea II ora
very question piece-meal. First of all, I if there are not more people here interested in Sic Cloud and Osceola
Florida. that MRS. J. S. STRATTON . 500
and
of that state as against of sixHons a day says
FlorIda' because officerof this winter than town
came to as an your can com county, but contemplates coming down
It seem that the roads leading to he will at an Varly date increase the the States of I I St. Cloud
United -Department fortably accommodate.: hongetly.beylove this winter. '

Florida from the North and West havehomeseekers' capacity of his pi twenty-five tons Commerce and Labor, I had been keepinga that if the Commissioners would Wishing Osceola county, Kissimmee NEVA. ,yRE' . . . . . . 1,000 ,.'.
\ rates in effect all winter a day, and will alsoNnstall an up-to- WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS 600 ,
weather eye on-the state. To trainedmen judiciously distribute three. thousand and all a. continue prosperity, I remain -

up to the Florida line but the railways date and thoroughly 'rqufpned cold storage who keep taboo the country's de- 'copi of your paper weekly for the yours truly .'Whmicr '

controlling the situation in this state room sufficiently largertaaccommo- velopment, the rumble of the Florida next twelve months, Kissimmee would Guy ,C Harman. MRS. J F. WILLIAMS . . 600 t
fail with the connecting{ date all who desire to make uao of it.
to cooperate .
migration was known a year ago. I have a population of ten thousand by On every subscription to the Kissimmee -

roads aFthat period of the year. For the past year the ice supply, has knew it then, knew of the opportuni the first of January, 1912." LOST DIAMOND PIN Valley Gazette you will receive t
The meeting{ above referred to appointed been a question with our people, as e ,
ties for industrial development and ex- '1 certificate1 for' vote., to bj. given to
committee to confer with the In operation has been inadequate -
a plant now cted to be in tha state then but busine THE GAImE.STORIES your favorite contestant, as follows:
Southeastern Passenger Association on to meet the demands of our fastgrowing .
) kept me away until this summer Is Discovered Worn by a Woman by One year price $1.001.000 votea. -
of better rates for Florida and it became
the subject town, necessaryfor
"T ia in *' "
e absolutely no question
Marshal McPhatter.About Two" $2.00- 3,000
and decided to make an appeal to the our citizens to cast about for means Regarding This Section Are Found '
my minoXhat Florida is to be one of the Five $6.00-10.000 ,
of Florida to bring their influence to themselves against a famine month in this
people protect foremost sbuthern states in the next to Be Correct. a ago a lady city Ten" '10.00-30,000" .
to bear on the side of lower rates. next summer in that necesivith; I .
few years to Bpme. Its regenerationwill lost a handsome diamond pin and very Each, paper contains a Free VoteThe
The Southeastern Passenger Association the result that the orpani/aiiin shove I Lebanon, Conn., Aug 29, 1910.
be rapid, amLthe permanency of effort was made to locate i it, buF the Coupon, which counts 26 votes. "
appointed: a committee to take the referred to was forinvd, and now that Editor Kisaimmee Valley Gazette:
J this regeneration wiK depend to a considerable search proved futile until last Tuesday votes must be placed in the ballot box. ,
matter up. It is not yet known what I' Mr. Winn has decided toadd nineteen I Dear Edtor-! -Your excellent paper
Marshal McPhatter discovered
extent upon ti e development morning, when which is In the dry good store of C. W.
its decision will be, but if the commer- tons capacity daily to his plant,' has been making its weekly visits to
more of its great natural resources aside It attached to the collar of another Dann o'n Broadway. All ballots must be
cial clubs boards of trBde'and other we'll have ice to burn after supplyingour our New England home for about 'a
wilk who in the of
just act
from those which the*oll produce. lady was in this box by noon on Thursday of each e
public bodies of Florida would take the nearby neighbors. and a half, and we have come to
"Truck and fruit growing w lj- naturally year taking the. excursion train to Tampa. week. The key la In the hands of the
abject in earnest, there is little : But there is in Kissimmee for regard it aa a welcome guest.
up room figure largely in this dev* op- very The Marshal politely invited the ladyto p..totof,the M. E.. church. ..
doubt that the Jet'wion! will be faorable. both |plants, as it will require an immense Before any of our family had visitedour into the wherehe .
vital remains HiI baggage
ment, but the fact step room, committee, consisting of R... .. a
. amount of ice to supply the cars the boom which the state is goon to experience pleasant and hospitable city weinclined relieved' her of the burden ((1)) of Mitchell, Methodist church; Rev. Stephens .

This is a critical time with referenceto that will carry away from this town the I must be sustained in every direction r her to believe some editorial wearing such a valuable gem. She Baptist church: F. G. Thomason,
Florida People allover tons tons ot perishable stuff grownin statements in the Gazette respecting
the future of upon For to her
to insure its permanency. was permitted go on way physician and surgeon R. O. Meek, ..
the country are becoming intensely our truck gardens' and shipped to instance; Kissimmee wants more pay healthfhtaess of climate productiveness but carried a pretty severe reprimand secretary Board of Trade; Mrs.,JR; Mv ad.

interested in this state and with favorable northerf'marketa.ADVERTISING. will of soil amV enterprise ,of the people, reminder of the short time
which to
'_ rolls, Rive employment Biting aa a Rivera Miss Mae Graves, Mrs.: M.'ijL.i.:;
railway rates there is no doubt people not inclined qualified for farm were a little travagant to say the he revelled in the possession of "jew Florence Keyes, will count the balloU'v 1\ ,

that Florida will double her population PAYS ing1 pursuits, These will be essential least. But witmo the past ten'months' eta rich and rare// ? each Thursday, and give total :numberj ,1 .

lit the next decade to insure a twelve-months', business for we have all had thXpleasure' of spend The lady who owns the pin again' bas of votes cast. &"' )., '. t,'\.,

It will be remelYibered that the Board t Pa'per the merchant and a means'of subsistence .Ing a few weeks in K.. immee, and bne it in her possession,> and will ever be .

of Trade of this city 'took very decided Provided It is Placed in a Like for the laborer and mechanic.(: of our family was ther five months thankful to Marshal McPhatter for its '. '

steps in this matter last winter, and the Valley Gazette. "There are many opportunities staring and a half, so that we are now prepared recovery WHATAJHTERENCEIn ( l'

through the cnairman of its transportation ) the man with some means in the to defend the Gazette n<
committee Hon C. A. Canon, the There are a giod many people, who face at this moment A tannery can charges of extravagance of stateThent. men or women, in Kissimmee aa longas Kissimmee From the: Days When v*! 4I

several boards of trade of the state pend considerable money in print- make big money and its creation wouldat Indeed, we are more inclined to excla John McPhatter is on the job aa chief Whiskey Was Sold Here. "

were invited to send delegates, to 11. er's ink, who hon'btlv believe that if once encourage the erection of a live M i the language the astonished queer, fVace officer. *,' ,.t
; do not returns from an advertisement The time ia drawing'near for* ..'
meeting held in Jacksonville on December they get Florida shoe factory, a harness factoryand when viewing King Solomon's realms --- --- rapidly '.

22nd of last year, which meeting inserted in a newspaper the other allied industries in Kissim- "The half has not been told!" A D KING FOUNTAIN the vote of the people.of Florida on the' 4

was largely attended and strong resolutions day following the issue of the paper, mee. A small steam laundry is being In proof of our admiration of your Prohibition Amendment. adopted by f

were adopted requesting vtherailroads that their money has 'been thrown considered at this time by penons" n beautiful< ,.,we are now planningto both houses of the Florida legislature ,

operating'in.Florida to restore away, and by far the greater numberof the.North. A mattress factory would spend at least six months of our remaining Will Be InstalieUon Each of the Upper at Its last session. 'The date: for this ''

the homeseekers'yra i
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taken off for the'winter months. The people pay any attention to" advertise- bring in handsome dividends. I might Very sincerely yours, The importance of the issues at stake .

railroads, partially agreed to the request ments of local merchants; but there are enumerate many other opportunitieswhich ,I L. E. Liverhiore. present Board ofNQ>unty Commissioner In this election demands. that every voter ,
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-putting the rates in effect one two business men in Kissimmee who will in a very few years, bringin a. - evidently intendIba leave everything carefully consider this qu .tiOll.. It \.

month-earlier'than had.been the custom have had that idea effectually dispelled, handsome returns. j I MR. GUY C. HARMANi over which they have OI1tro /la not one that bas its Influence. upon jh. ,

in,the past.it i if they ever had such an idea-Mr. (in the best possible shape when their Individual'alone, but It stretches out to .

/ now ecomes. necessary for our Walter BUll, Proprietor of Bass' Meat "I have recently had passed upon by terms of officer expire on the first da) city county, atate and nation. If this_ ; w,

Board 'ofjrrade to again take Uie initi- Market Dr. J, C. Moore manager of an expert glassmaker the'qualitie: l of i Says Many Kansas People Will Come of next January an they are constantly Vmendment will be good for the (
sand which here and
the white -
/ ative in-.Florida, in. this matter, as it the Osceola Pharmacy. he that It'will abounds\ flux I to Kissimmee This..Winter.I repairing old bulldfnji and roads and viduW.it will"be good for'the city In

does in itf'matters, pertaining to the A few days ago Mrs. Albert Long, assures me treely I building new ones where ne<>ded. The which litesjives and the county and the '.
make fine of window \ Horton Ks. 21 1910.
and a grade glass. i Aug. ,
welfare of our state, and request the who had just reached our town from latest evidence of their excellent business state. Tafcxaa a striking illustration, c
With window glass plants located in the Kiemlmmee( Valley Gazette, ,
aid of all boards of trade tommcrcial Steubcnville Ohio, and who was buy i I judgment was the appointing of our city; the thx"at'ehanp that has taken a<<
far North and controlled the window Dear Sir-We having some
bodies and business men generally ing her first stock of provisions forhousekeeping by | are very Chairman E. L. Lesley. a committee place in Kiaahnmee since it adopted '
glass trust, a local plant can not help extremely hot weather again here, hav-
went in search of the have installed prohibition make uaNbelieve that the
, Florida to1i Ke their best ef- I with full power to a ;
throughout .
In addition to ing better than 100 degrees .
making big window registered
money.
iatrlB inducing the railroads to Walter Bass Meat Market, and when drinking fountain an each of the upper same thing can be acconrt)4jahed In any tie t
Howards;! other of and I wan visited 1
glass, high grades glass today Sunday, .
she located It laid in stock of meats atao washrooms 'I the 'I
eontinue the norm-seekers' .rate to all a floors of the conn: i.put", city in state
commodities be made, and it is only by Mr. Arthur Nixon of Kansas City
can
points in the state throughout the winter. saying to Mr. -Bass that she read his II and:I closets, me floors, of which It is ju.t aa'true that whiske) In an
to the man with means and a stiff Mo., to talk concerning l"lunda.be be- '
There is no state in the Union that i iM advertisement in the Valley Gazette up I will\ be of tile and the fixtures the latest Individual has Its evil effects up a
backbone tackle the proposition and ing interested and -much so too. so
building up as rapidly an l is Florida, and fifteen hundred' miles distant from this to I very and moat up to date. city county and the State. Both I bay*
soon hold the key to the glass production much that after several talka with him
railroads rich harvests 'place, and on their arrival here had On Wednesday! Chairman Lesley and an influence, one for thegood of the
._. [-|the are reaping and consumption In the southeastern he has decided to make a visit to Kiss-
from both their passenger and freight hunted him up because she thought he Circuit Clerk Oonegan, in company home womanhood, childhood and many .
I states. el mmee this winter with the Intentionof
departments. Surely (our state is entitled must run a first-class market. with Mr. H. E. Swabey proprietor of hood-the; other for destruction of reputation
"Now why did I come to Kissimmee Investing there. ''
Dr. Moore received order the madeathough / characterrlawand home-WHr"
i lerBton-jt! their .an the- PioneerPlumbing Shop, ;
to- iK me- con < : .
[ Well kind gentleman kept sending I have sarnpes of soil taken"from outland '
some
' ands. other day for a certain patent medicine I Inspection the building with the people Florida allow- the blighting -- -a
the Valley Gazette so regularly in Sec. 1425 E. 29 S, which he
that JH manufactured in this state and me a view of determining where the washrooms influence of the saloon to continue ,
I that I the fever. Next, and everybody considers very fine' in-
iNING OF SCHOOL which his firm handles and advertisesin I began getting and drinking fountains could be or will they establish prohibition! The i 1;
'I I began looking for it and watching the deed. My better ), (Mrs. Hannan) '
this paper, from Mr. S. J. Pennell at most advantageously located, and Mr. votes in November will tell. e7
I town's development. When I was ready has a small grove of lemon, orange and
Media, Pa. I !Swabey was instructed to submit figureson The proposed constitutional amendment '
e to cast lot with Floridians, mind pomelo, (grapefruit) trees started, and
The Childn Will Answer Roll Call : The Valley"Gazette\ haa feuch .a diversified I my my the different classes of material and .to be voted on. ,,.
had been made to make Kissimmeeray they are doing finely, and which is quitea
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her 12th. : circulation; -going into every state up the cost! of the work in detail, and when { Article XIX-Section I. The manu ( f'
on Sgpl headquarters,. I did so, and here I novelty here; also our nearest friend
in the Union-that it is of necessity one this has been done and accepted, Chair ; facture and sale, barter or exchange,
hool in all probability a fixture until Ga Mr. Harry Bailey, has a Florida! alligator -
will ,,
The Oiiceola High s< beginS am :
the the work all and
of the best advertising mediums in man Lesley will order begun. of Intoxicating liquors beverages .
t. 12, and'a large eiuxjlment is ex- I briel'a trumpet blows. Furthermore I that attracts considerable attentionand I
I South, as many cases of like nature aa Surely there are no Commissioners\ in whether spirituous, vinous or malt,
pirtled: on.the opening day./ The teachers I those mentioned above will testify, but I am not regretting the step. comment. Florida who have proven more ,faithfulto are hereby forever prohibited In' the '\
fronv their "I L want to utter one word of caution I am more decided than ever to makeKiaummee -
already returning
are I we regret to say that there are a few their trust than those in Oaceola State of Florida, excynt alchohol) for ... .
vacations and everything sing I to the newcomer or prospective\ new- my home, at such a time as r
I business firms in this town who are not I oounty. medical, scientific or imobanical purposes -, W
gotten in readiness for the ooemng. comer. There is no living anywhere 1 can dispose of our interests here.wh..n 4 '. ,:.
alive to that fact, although fully ninetyr I and wine for sacramental( purposes
On Thursday, Sept. 8, at 8.30 a. m. cent of our merchants'ftllly\ appreciate I the globe for the man who will not Guy H. will be ,missing from Supt. W. J. Sears informs the Valley ; the sale of which alcbohot'and', fl

school the work, but there is a good living for Horton. Gazette that State Suet. Holloway has .rp. '
at 'the building, principal will it and take advantage of it, there- any wine for the _purposes aforesaid shall? _'
begin giving examinations to those who man Who cornea here and exercises Mr. J. D Vanderslice of this town, divided the teachers' examination this be regulated by law. 4uVT! it.y, s Grp

I failed ttf pass In' not more than .two by aikjuig greatly to their yearly judgment in casting his new lot. Hand Mr. John W. Robertson and Mr. John 'year. into periods, allowing so much Sec. 2. The legislature hall enact

> subjects, and to those who on accountof profits. some returns can be made on fruit and Sherrett are going 'to come to Kissimmee time for each subject. It will, therefore suitable proovisions law.of for this the article.enforcement of the

[ I sickness were prevented from taking Mrs. M. FS Sears returned home truck farms but they must worked when we do, so you see my.. : efforts be necessary for teachers taking Sec. 3. This article shall aro Into effect ,

I the examinations at the close Of last Tuesday from pleasant' visit to relatives up to a, state of development, which have hot been unavailing. the examination to be promptly on hand! I I on the first day of July, A. D. ;., "I'I '

( term. Applicants for examination. I in Georgia. will respond to intelligent effort. There Also Miss, Sadie Evans, of Horton, ,t8.80 each morning. :I I 1911. .;{., t

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{ ;, : 'of this tr ,lls Muck, balance Hammock; and Pirie ; i"s "five'' and 'a-half miles'of ', "

water front on Lake Tollopekaligla ; 'one mile from Kissimmee. Best proposition in '

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j PROCEEDINGS Of proportion of ten bonds l to' said bank ZLSTOTIOIE-]
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thirty-three bonds to said company _

; THE CITY COUNCIL according to agreement between. themof :Notlee IH herein. slued itml "tin-riilowliiiMli'M'ribvil, I -- '1 -.; lamia, ur ..j mush thereof ". will bo
which notice has been received .......-. to imyllio mmiinit l'io lor ui<-. ,hrrein art> uijc,,it., the x,nit. together with coat of
l WANTED by mi.'11 mil i."n'II"lv'r""K" will lieuM, \ iili' .>"ul>li<' mi.-111,11! i un Mimilny,tit MhJ< "f I Supltiulxr, A. _
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; I / thin Council, and that delivery 1 be made I) 1910llIfrlllllllfl Qu) ((7n"it /Hoil'-eiliii.r, ill' "Kli.uiin :.,. in tin- I'ua u< (Onrool. and State oi
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s S I Fla.. 'A.1.Ig. 19th, 1910. on Aug.,20th, 1910, upon payment; to --- :- ..
The Council met in regular adjourned the Treasurer of the total sum pf forty { t f!

j*ts"iwn. there being present"' T. M. five thousand three hundred twentytwo .lieu. nlrtun I el 'L.+.u ... :; ;C;, :. a. era la=8

Rivera I'res.. J. M. Hansell/ W. B. and GG-KK( dollars, and 'that the' I f' I-C 4s .- .

Man with small San(Mill to j Mukfnson, J. C. Moore and J. H. Gilbert Treasurer report| hm action liereunderU ", __ __ .:... __ _

Clerk. the Council. Vw. 1 I4 of ." <4N .i ,.. 40 RubuiiU.; W A 1i 1 PC! .
I 111.t Mw'. :.N 411 HHT"ir<'. w II 61
cut a tract of from one to two The minutes qf. the last meeting were There being no further uusineKg the xx'l l uf iM-/ur uri/ '. ,I 2''''' ak! III 11uvix.II; 74

read,ard approved; bills were approved Council adjourned" to meet i in regular NU i l IA*of Of Me'tie' t.l 1111,1,HW.1111, .. MY1 llf IIW>4Hw .';. Nrld.W' t.. !1. ,,"I''iUI I Savage, W /Hiu IOI M!
hundred thousand feet. and i ordered paid i .n.. follows : adjourned! ; session Tuesday Aug.. 23rd: .ufliH 1",1. '4 ;0. .K' SHVHieeV UNl *' I ((11\
I Wl"t, aw ': :1 lie J,..IniN. L'+ I (1)1
F 'Yd Columbia Iron Wk.. hydrants, 1 1P10, lit '7.30( 1 le > ..
S p. in.TjKwlay siw % of HwU -H it *4lrl,1'| 711 )Nrl.wlfe
and fixtures ItCI-llttM 11 Hid1 01 111 11. ill", e a l Mi-Oleiunil... w '14H '4l <
I tl,4'21iTi: I| sill: ,.f MW'4' 1. UIN!" .1'1 llHNH. Mr iMlbflll, > SO
Chattanooga Sewer Pipe" & FireBrick Aug. lard: 1910.! !.II< UJ'><. ron.rjTlH. a..'. ul' rlulx I"., .
J. E. MATTOCKS I W 4'I11 ydi. a I','il--"yV'.. ,1111 I ),six ": ... x. 1mull.1 lVT :0,1,
u ( ('o sewer pipe.' dUS4.9O! ) Council met pursuant to adjournmentthere I N H4,' uf ""'. .', :. .10. 411 I I'hona-.1.1I. I N. . 6 N
I American last I Iron 1'ijnCo., being!: present T. M. Rivera, 1'1 l 1 HWU liA I>"Il'" C"'. nil,, .
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Kissimmee Valley Und Company: OfficeSola I 0111ydxdLIp4r.110yd.w2.'ydr( l l r<: !Ii I. I.IM| III', Fhii 2112
'I I water pipe; :!./J2i.l IKXnvier ljrcs., J. M. llaiiHell) W. .1. Sears, W. Ia,1M2nd I ) :, i>f livery I Ad.hwu'0 'tibiMVlnllfll
1 I "IIIV'A' lif ux'>. 'S Nl .l 1, ."y' <1\0'1',,\ ''ii' 1.1'" tor; 101<
ta1 A. Krarui-'r. part for "-r- 'B. Makinson and J J. II. Gilbert clerk.The l Hi'K ,u\v cur y t vices u0 Kngim-er- lfKXJ.OO( ( \ Treasurer's report u-lsiting toreceipt "I )'.1..1.,1.1.] I i7 \..I"I.'. ..s .I,.'. :. I'arkt-r 'lu, lliillivnn .
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\ (;" ,(,"'rI11 Fund, ainnut i :ad\! anc..d of money for I bonds in amount I' K"I\ :Lw; .0.." III I'Mnck. I J 1 W. :
MNNKN Lot 1 /11", d, :as .... ullivnn.: W II ''r I
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NNL.A'N'K't. -N'A tHS
-----N1 ; FUJd' as stated aL.WIIS received :
$ for W S1 S. (Ij i,7-Jii.il: anti upproved. "- N'v' i'l n't' of IM-', "e 'q. y, Hnrkerliiii J O.
1 i Bills ; uiul IN"*'. <>f NM U I"N' INUd0. o"".-.1| In A Ibarber 1
"n motion duly cerotelthe" 1 fullowm approved paid us
; I < \ ,, JrUl.l.t :'.. ,'Ic, U" 1 Mitttou SHU. f'
t $ RUNNYMEDE MOTOR BOAT 60 /(' resolutioiib!" w.ro' introduced and 1' follows: 1 I"Se'I' '. : .. :UK- I.e' Hulls,, .-olxr. : '. 117/
I ( KW'', of( n'' nod i,1,,! 5''', Ill
*v $ $ I lunanirnnutjy adoptedlesolvel Citizens Bunk of Kiss., interest :$3.9t'; : : 11'\1' SlUH.,I II. ",, '.
Osc and folk Counties ;
for < oa .
agents SL."ufi..l
\\U' I 't I ."I.. In -Ii ,fn'0. I 1'1 .' _
W. L. Winn before the :l" t tI11ll1
$ 1 -of the- --- authority I '. ,
JiVB 1 -- S |' IIIMI in S 'ij.01 ni'>. Hid I.,,<4Mllll
.if Section' 2 of an, unbnanre entitled, Council asking Council l to sell him part IIC'4 4lf IIU', ,. F NL :l'tJ Ileb.rll" '0
Celebrated Mullins Pressed J I N\% > ur lot :> ,'
l l.Hinl l>i'| It. mill 1 i.
| of lol owned. Electric
IT ; An Ordinance by I-iRlit I'lunt '
f ( Providing!: for the I'ay- II w..1 iicrnriil" Ini 11.I runft. - 'l
iment of Interest Bonds and for the '1 as he. wished to enlarge. the. 1 ice plant. w 17.' (II n i.'l. rl. i- I..ftl"l 'b'." I... .. i I Iv'Vjll' \ "d" Vhw' .
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l Steel Launch: -and} Row' floats i ii ', 01 05./ : ,. '7" 4''| Palrll.I' 11! I elI ,
Kedi-mption"of !fond". ktyle l 'Water : l)|pOll motion duly secondi-d I In-" said referred I I'.I A, bin| .r. 7. MnrII \l/'ii gun K -ubillvihlini .

j Works & Sewerage Hondo,' and for theI to a committee composed' of ,'11nlpbell' |' l "I.I'll-, lic', "r I, i>f U
; I appointment of Bond TruKteew, and d.... I'I members of Couwil.'IZ.. W. .1. Sears Lot 1 blo'Ii 1,1 I. Hiiun.itiu.ili-' I U"-MUm )JI' .1| 'I 1
I KlMHIlllllll i fining the duties of Van) Trustees approved I W. 15. Makinson and .1.) M. Hansel I."1' Nud'. l,!lk C.: ;K II I-, llriiuulit' '.1 'I 1 11."h'1. ,, iAlllunm 4 1liubrr..m'x

August ITth, A. I). 11)10) the I with instructions to r.-porl| ( at, next, regular U.I, 1. block ::l' AI 111.11. I.u\S M
; i following named! meeting '- Loin, I Nod :2 btu k !d, "Hull.-r Mr" 1 yd a 1 ''HI
freeholder
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persons i I In.. 'block HiHi.I (l>tul'lti; II. nty'U
1I of the city be appointed\ to I serve as iI I Communication .received from A. C. Ill ft H of IIM n.r4..r lot fh. rim-. ,. ,
: 1 it': '. tl. IIIA ft. wI I I7': H. ii '''n ft,
+ trustees for said 11Im.tC.: L. Bandy, j L. Ry. authorities) asking( that the K I I. and::! I :I'll': AdilitlonItobert : ,,, 1101..11,<. k: w : r.i!

i ipunctureproof II. M. Pfann and M. Kutz, and the I| Council close!" that part of Rproull ave- i S1 llt 4 ShlllMllHklT'M llfiHi.Ul\,1.1111"lllv|' ..I f l II llik>- -
These boat are built by the W. II. Mullins Co., of Salem, Ohio of Clerk is instructed'to notify them of j nue cext to A. C. ... Ry. provjded said 111.: unit II. Unknos'u. I
like lifeboatcannot sink S All blink UL TIt".u| : :Ie
steel plates- -air-chambers a their appointment, to take effect upon company build depot thereon.' After 1 1consid..ration Lou re. and 7 ehueoiMYer'M ...1. ,11. of .
leak warp dry out. water-log or crack. Perfect models and the Kreat- I 1 block III. t'tiknun' n, ; 1S
their, bond
est bar-rains in the world. Launches and row boats on hand fur irnmed giving; under tile said orxli- said request\ was referredto 1.01":t .iil: lilt l lul 4. It"'m..k"r.. .eu4dil" .
diate nance in the sum of twenty-five hundred street committee. ut block Hi. HI.** Jul ... :0
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i delivery. ] RUNNY 1 DE TVlO-TOM MOAT CO. dollars, each of their bands to heapproved Council received a ,petition from citizens 1 I Iu.uo5u ,
hag H;' i-iir lut"I. l 1.1.k l*. run, n 7' I I
f $ P. O. Address Narcoossee Fla. RUNN\WEUE; $ by the Council of lift city nuking that an ordinance 'IT: fI. K 7.1 ft,, ,, !tit MMtllifHH A"'y.\ IVIlTHM; |.! led
Resolved That l..ot 1 I. bl'ick 1 I.Piitrirk'H AilililmnITnulnttid Ni'4 un.1 ', t- .
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the Water Works and I'Wf'raK"' bonds delivering ice, to weigh same upon de Bi-u ll,"i ).). n of.( i" oriu-r of r11'.'', ,.l.lMW'4

)0. ............... a new fund thai) be established, to 'bu. I, livery. :Said; petition, was referred; to >d0| :of,I.M'j.jilt i*roux, w Ir'it nor'} iyilHH' .'Js- < 6'''''y .> _.... J ,Ilkuo5u CNc1t
......... !styled" th..Wa'tt.'J'' Works and :SewerageFund ; ] ordinance committee. : >. .of"I.w''4M' .II. .! ., m, <,'..hau.l.. A J'J,
,0 -a Pt l 1.'hr"I'.1 4
upon[ which. all warrants relatingto 1 Mr. Rull BUSH asked that the Council H.-lt .r""I""t".. .. M5. l run, pl fl
J YOU CAN COME TO J water works and Mew'erage shall) be i relieve him of pound fees' on eleven 5 ('lIit'U41'L. a 12I'lt: ... "" )iirt\C\ II 1 I!IHNlJY-It. : ;o

s I drawn and into which fund all | head of horses which were impoundedby [ ,lox i oil u "i.r "!.(? tin. i ?U ,t).

K I 1.8 S I t1Yl-'l.EE through taxation or from mllne')11derived the. driven the in Marshal town by,an auto raid iiobiles.horses After were 1- ---- -

1 J revenue of the water and sewerage investigation on motion duly seconded -
said! fees were ordered. cancelled. ---- --- .. ,
; plants shaH be.paid and the officers of I. .
the Mr. W J. ,-Thomas naked that the .::: ,...... -S
city are instructed to
; same
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.t : KANSAS CITY.I fund upon their books, ,, Council extend electric1 light: ,wires tb ," .,' FOR .. . .
i : : his residence in North Kisnimmee which '" .
: Resolved: That :.whertaa; the 'Trean-,', request wai- referred ,to K. !. com ''''JPf''i(' '. .. ,

i X AND RETURN FOR : urer retorts that lie has; in' hia JposseB- mittee. '. . *v'K\ .' '.. )*<" .. "t,. l.; : .. ,. :, ,' 1J\'j\ :(, t\'I'h'\ ;_ 1 "
sion the entire insiie of water works The matter of rules find regulations The 'T. ;"' \" .: *'
for and I II ruthAbout V :
boats
o approaching tieingto city ,
J 34.00 and spend 25 days and sewerage bonds" numbering forty- I dock was referred to city, attorney.
e three bonds! properly executed, There being no further Jjusiness the I .
Be it resolved That said I Council adjourned to meet in regular
: bonds be
4' : Long enough isle to investigate the Uf'.t issued to the accepted bidders for same session. Tuesday, Sept. Cth, A. D. 1U10,

land in number of ever : the Citizens | at 7.I50: p. m. Florida"a
any HITCH namely, Bank of Kisslm- T. M. RIVERS, Pres.J. .

I A. .. placed on the market mee and .C. I L. Bagwell & Company, in R. GlLWERT. Clerk a

4 for sale by ,
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I carries all the delicate ,
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:4 ? ) I NEW COMERS TO FLORIDA that has made TAMPA I Groves and City PropertiesWrite '-

f CIGARS Famous the world I .

;f r Any information regarding Banking in this section of the /over. Ask dealer for
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LINCOLN HULLEY Ph. D.. Lilt. D.. LL. D., President .
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THE BEST }' $ &> FOR YOUR CHILDREN .... .................... - ---=--=

I I SCHOOL.iE'S TO STETSON : e (
EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH \
of Liberal Art ROLLINS
47 Professors College I COLLKGKS ,
17 University HuiH'ng College of Law Aat Standard Oil Va .
College of TecHnology '. ". OIl>.!iT COLLMiK
2ft Acre Campus
581 Students Last Year College of Bualneaa : MACH: ::: BR.OS_ + I WINTER PARKDEPARTMENTS
S2MM.CO) Endowment Preparatory Academy I .
r 1S.MO Volumes In Library Normal and Model School .
School of Mechanic Arts : Livery' Feed and Sale Stable : I (.0U....., Academy., St hool of M ,..
.11..f..H Pipe Organ a. Kch Ml 4if ImeA" rtx. Sil h. ,l III F..". _.,..... School of
Je Lam laboratories Science School of Music Dumutic.rllll"du.ln..1 Arm. Bu.,,,.,.. S h.d. <'rurw i'iKfuTwenty "* r '1,.., hi'rx !1

Unsurpassed General EUialpmentMe School of Fine Artsdimnktration Agt. International Harvesting Co. Pr..r.....,... and InHtruct. prepared FACULTY 1 in the for-Mot I'liistreitK-i cf America r'- ._,
Careful end thorourhinf .__ Euro. and i
.... dormhoxta'>.ni m k and young wen. '
'. red BOl MCtlriu Iea'line Wir ut-Oom or --. lorVNIVCRS1TY..rm4KTO, or for room retervtOOM.: ddfealC 2 LOCATION 7
.A.LL KINDS:: :: HEAVY HATTLIrQ.:: : : : : On Allantle i'"..t 1.lne and:.LII.rd Air .
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-- -* ------ - e Everything new and first class. We render prompt and BUILDINGS r'h OFf?0'R-io A"fo I ELORIDA STATE COLLIE FOR WOMEN Ten, commodlou.. and attractive LuildmKa; SeI..nee Hill ailing 1111(1W( In of )
OIlIV SITY wlnrlu[ UtUMtUEE satisfactory service day or night. areetba n.la with; three campu.other of f6 acne_: eap.n4. aluplne outside Ie L.".room Virvnu fur{ .uh. .hloh.ludent I.eonn""ted p.w tn navtraW.pra.u er .J'n
x teeton; qu.rter of a mUlion dot X. dowm.nt. : eleotrle tlehla fire pro i r'C
; + 1 'I/'fRIO./ IUT IrElSIYE ..lSmiTiOI Callers) of ArO and 8cl..nc... Normal School. ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER. DEPOT 4 ATHLETICS 'V
milD tlM0M1AV School of Muflic.School of Art School of Exprt Football.. .bttJMt hall tSj. SS'n.' .*..'. lr- Golf / M.
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GEORGE N. SAUNDERS'' REO BREAKS RECORDNew (Old l papers for Hale at this officeTAILORING. '= I I -


. Boat BuilderHIGH York to San FranciscoWhatThis New Shoe Store 4Ladies'

Means to You.
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GRADE Tiltprt'VioUH record was f fifteen days, x
I la a. an few atilt$,,,!,. bur '
MOTOR BOATS. SAIL p p O two hours.', and it wan a Kxxl: one. It I Gent's and Children's ShoesHIGH
AND HOUSE BOATS bas stooil 1 1 three j -ari. in ftpile of main' ANDERSON & BYNUM
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' MREPAIRING-:;-SPECIALTYBcrrctc l overall hortsof roads -a ..1 l muchof DAR .111oTON', AVE. '

lit Htallvc Inr theTERRO I the way nothing hut .11.-.. rt Tracks'. Eicel All Otters' in Kissimmmee MARSH & WHIDDEN l
make the trip the severest atteUratlent SeeandYotrBur
MLri11c2E11giuc of endurarK-e. Al.o do the BENT

Hut at last the liver tried it and Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing STATE BANK BUILDING
The WmU Standard 2-Cyclt Milir
i .mnaslifd. the record all to pieces--beat
it by four days and eleven hours. and
Pumping Engines Irrigation Plants !
beat it fairly and Hijuarcly, - .
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The trip was announced t ill the IJlt't'r8ahead !
A. J'reHideul .N. (' HUY.A.V,
C. CAIOUN ) h kt7lhTAItYThe
of time wi that any one, who
wanted to; could see the start Monday

Waters & Carson morning; August 8, at one minute past .
twelve. At every point of the trip the
, arrival of th'R o was hocked by men '
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well known in the community who were .tLttk 1 OW1Q- twtht 4cN 'g&" ; .' ,,:::;+'i ,.-'.,

(Grocery CompanyWholesale not interested in the Reo, vend these .
chi-ckinjjs were supported by affidavits. \I wW.2 /YI I-trVKlL C(, p P
The lest. wart made open and aboveboard :
and f f""ld.d Dealers I hitlIf the ken had '
In II nothing to : ; .
I gone back and tried over againover w '
and over again if'nocesnary and all I : .
GROCERIESWE open no that everybody! could verify |
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facts + '\
But it wasn't necessary The Reo I
has the stuff that stands every teat

SELL WE BUY It has the power and the strength, and ,. .
i it has the construction that permits full I i
use of power over all aorta of roads- j I miI

. HAY. a HIDES, even deserts without any roads. j 4) I e1 4
GRAIN The Reo has the stuff in it, and its d ; : r
1 FURS d ,
record proves it. No.one can ever doubt
t FERTILIZERS WOOL that the Reo light weight though it is, I

SHINGLES has the mighty_strength of a lion. This
AND record proves that the Reo will do what
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ORANGE BOXESJ you or any one else wants it to do any- r
where at any time. It's just one more Ipy r
ALL I
.' ORANGE WRA"PS proof of the famous Reo. get-there-and- '
ability. I '\
VEGETABLECRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE Tile car that made the previous recordwas ?
.r. t / $4,000.00. The Reo that beat it is HOME: SWEET! HOME .,rr-- 'i r f ti' F
CRATE NAILS" I I. only $1.250.00 t 3iMrs.
'. I The car that made the run is here. ,
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'v r We sell'field and garde -. Beds .or all kinds. ,| --"---. Notice j' c r7kii + by h' J "b 1 ne /N

t. We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping Notice is hereby giveTT; that t.h.e registration -

r parties boos!; will be open at my placeof Homelover !
i Free delivery in city limits Phone No. 12. 9 a. m. to J2 m., and .
Wq!! are county: agents for good torUlizars. Ask us for circular r from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. daily, from You love a happy home and you believe
and pric.ei.on! fertilizers. f August 1st until and including October8th I
;.t ; and in the various election pre- what little t lrx;> use' maid says. don't_ you.'- ?

T--- cincti from September 6th until October The first 'question you ask l'B '' 'where. can"H1"".

1 ocOOOC t77e)OOO() o tooooooouooooooocxC 8th. Time and place will be designated I get good furniture ? ask anybody. ,
by District'Reglstration Officers.C. .
.' "i A CARSON.rehldcnj t. A. CRANFORDd.Vlca-PrraiiJenl, Li LUPFEIt,Nrcretaryc : ', W. GRIFFIN The, next question you atk is 'where can ;.

Oct 8. Supervisor of Registration I get t.his good furniture at the lowest

Florida Maps. price ? ' ask those who deal with.us.

, KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. Upon receipt of 25-cents at the Valley You/know that prices in newspapers all lodk
Gazette office of Florida
a J pocket map '
alike so we simply ask you to conie and see '
will be mailed to any address in the
1 United States., We can also furnishmaps the prices on our furniture as you look at it. ;
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\."Office in Every Man Should Own a Part of- _. 4>aKel of .pure Florida Honey I.;
v 'Town He'Lives In. head I at Wat rs. & Carson Grocery Co,
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-Here is what RObertJ. Burdette the ,,#!i line each insertion. ,- .
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' W. B. HARI j FOR SALE-6 L. Lesley
\ clerical humorist once said about "the .. Addition, to Kissimmee, 0x131 Ymet.I .
1 :\.s., J> T't' > : home town/'and which stands as .the WADE; the1'tuner. Orlando. Gato Wiider' Studio. for')fine, .,photographs -: Apply to Jas. M. Johnston' abstract

- ) platform' of the chamber of commerceof I 0' .36tf pfflce, 'Kissimmee. _. "83-tf
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1 ''f ", ?;4: ? .. I Burlington*' the city in which.' Bur; REMNANTS on sale atC. W. Dann's. ----. i FOR SALE-40 acr"s, in city limits on,

fi f 1', "'IOMF..uc""OaOGPy.- ; dette dwelt ,so long, and should be of PICTURES framed at the Store CYPRESS' Posts400good, ."cyprtasposts ,- cliY.J"! ad between St. Cloud and rClssimmee. -j'

_ :,, All ".. : every other town; FOR SALE-Four mule.) J1Miller W. i 364t. for' sale at a bargain P. D. Outlaw.JUST Jaa, Johnson. $100.00, Ab8tra per acre/Yoflice.Apyly 35tf to
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t Rtjwrted ....t. -- i Leggings FOR .SALE-61 ,acres best .
. : -to own-a part of it": Everso arrived-big stock of Guns. trucking
t.sJI.d. ,for. : be small a 'Jot, if .he can't own< a big/ DWELLINGS' rent,,apply! to M. Til- Hunting Coats and Ammunition landlta county, t mile from city limit -f*.
l Ross Graves: 36 Price $150.00 Sell direct to pur.t as- ,
";(..IDt.Hd eondlM: at_th . one. A 40 foot front, \if he, can do no _._' ,_ _ ____ ------.--.-: ----,-- - -- er. No agent Address! Box 718, KIsFl .
,'1 better. But he should own a part of I REMNANTS in lace and embroidery atC SEE Dr.: J. C. Davis licensed"optician; ; simmee'', la.; .' .': 3 -2t'LAUNCILF0R .

Fril the town. That gives him a stake In :: W, Dann's. 27-tf at Park Hotel for glasses, for weatp. : RE-rParties. wish

,,. it. M'CALL'S patterns and publications at eyes, imperfect vision or heads''he. ing to go 'on the lake. either for
x to ';That the man'who owns :a home in,: A. S. Gilbert's, 25tf 36-ft "business or pleasure, day or night,"
d the town never (falls )his home-pit. -- LOST-Gold chain with $b 00 gold piece can be accommodated by applyingto{ :
Is FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Pass attached Suitable reward if returned J. M. Hansel.WANTEDTo. ,
.I When he speaks or 4t; whether it be Market No. 189. 19-tf to oflfce of Nelson Realty Co. :ili-I t large .
Partie'. ; London or Tail-holt! New York or Wai- lot of
who kiki. he says we-our town. And he FOR dressed poultry, phone the ItullBass 'FOR SALE=-Four hundred':; lirt-cas! cypress cross ties. Inspection and
1 are Market. No. 189. 19-tf settlement at point of'loading on At-i.
must not has: a right to. He i is a stockholder' a .. .. --"'-- 3&4t Cypress Posts, cheap.P. D. Outl w. lantic Coast Line Ry. Address Gross

tendon partner. ROOMS for Rent-Apply to Mrs. D, Mfg. Co.:! Jacksonville! .!... Fjaf 34StFURNISHED
11, demand I -More than that when he owns apiece M. Breaker. ,!81-tf FIVE and ten acre tracts T fire finest for jight housekeeping (
fruit lands in Florida frontingonclearwater
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., price as of ground, farm or town lot,. he 'BUY our shoes from A. S Gilbert. .lakes and thoroughly protected> I I nice clean and airy; for rent
\ pJlment ( has a stakfe in the earth. He l is a citizen Free stock! low prices. 26tf from cold. S. S. Griffin, owner, long or short terms; no drinking, '
I : gambling or any immoral conduct aJ-
32-tf II
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the Gotha.
,; t of universe. His property extends GO TO J. M. .Post to get your jewelry, lowed. Mrs. F. G. Thomason, Old
' of from the .brimstone out to the watches and Clocks repaired: 23-tf YON-E anywhere can start a ms- _Opera House. 33-tf

"cr many tars. Even .now they are disputing .. _n_ .. .. .. order business at home. No canvassing THk'!;; Transient-Restaurant is
ties this concerning the right of an airship to SPEND you cash with us and get a setof Be your ovif} boss. Send for free and ready to serve the public now open with
dishes (rp'P. A. S. Gilbert 25tf booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144
the sail through the air over-a man's house the best meals cooked by thoroughly
be mailed witliojit the owner's permission. The MUTTON, -fh.; ; fat ;.:;dfi;;;, at the .!Lockport.. N. Y. competent northern cooks. The prices
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t: c. Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf are right; and the service as good aa
ti'r person i very thought is enough( to make-a man BOARDERS wanted Mrs. E. J. Alvtycan can be had in 'Kis immee. E. A.
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"and if feel chesty. And with good cause.v'h..n accommodate several persons with -Barnes, p.roprietpr. :Ht2t
at. AGENCY; of the White Star Laundryat board and room at-her home .in rear +I .
ceive it a wild anarchist buys a town j the Home Store. Phone 154.
is of school house, or board without 11you are thinking of locating in
would be lot )Jie subsides into a moderate social. "d room. 34-tf Florida come to Windemert and let
ist.i When, he 'build: a house 1#1. it h.* WOOD, per strand; $1.25; five strands .- ------ me'show you some' of the best 'fruit
: : fads into a conservative citizen. When, 575. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf FINE lands, improved or unimproved and'l vegetable lands in the state
rates-$1 "
/ : large1 or small tracts high und'I dry,
in'"Walk; fronting on lake and protected from
the "limit"
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six he brings a wife into it and transformsthe you seen
of beautiful clear' waterlake
3' on margin cold. Five arid ten acre tracts at
Overs" arrived at C. W. Darin's. prices
house. into a home he is apt 16 join I II just ,' Write for prices and terms to and terms to suit 5. S. Griffin owner

the republican or democratic, party & OR fj DOSES "6f 6" will cure any case H. 8.GriJloin. owner, Gotha Ha. :U2-tf:! : Gotha )Fla. 32-tf
a I to I sod begins to question the wisdom of I of Chills and Fever. Price 20c. 14-26t '
FOR SALE-
Have we I THE EM PI RE Life Insurance Company Ten of the most desirablelots
t Well, well, strikes.' When the, baby is horn lie ,,, PKKNT1S sells Kimball piano and or wants. a good hustling agent in this m the town 'of Kissimmee at exceptionally -
vt of it. Preen'y opens an account at the bank. A lid gans. See him at The Home Store. I locality at once. A profitable occupation i I low prices and extremelyeasy
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terms. If desire ,
I will be the result if write 'JoO to purchase -
when the "boy is 14 years old he begins you
t; i New FURNISHED rooms with board. to P. A. Ruhl District Agent, Fort 'i iMJ..rs the most desirable, I.building lots
the very serious study of the question\ i| should not
e :il-tf Mr.V.. W. Saundvrs. Fla. Do it now. I you delay calling on me at
4 water works!, of contrasted with I for
prohibition as an -- --- --- --- I once particulars concerning the
2 T and three open town with the lid oil*. I I LIST lour property with R. D. Waring WE have for sale 4,1X1acres( ) of land above mentioned lots.
Ii. Watch .. "A man who owns his home begins &. Co. for quick 'sale at State Hank' neur Kissimmee that will produce (;, :Hf R. I). Waring
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building. : $1,000 worth of vegetables everyear.. -
I (to study his ticket six weeks before - FOR SALE WXJ acres fine hammockand
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We for
What has 1. are offering! it sale at $25:! an
election day. lie scrutinizes! every COUPONS given, with every cash. purchase _. acre. H. M. Breaker & Co. iJH-tf muck land with. some heavy pine
were to be redeemable in dishes ut A. S. timber'on tract; 20 acres in cultivation

name on it, and looks up| the candidates' -
ners by the a Gilbert's.. 25tf AN inteTTigent, person may earn $IOCl ; \100( acres ready for plow; two
record. It is the who I,
man can --- -
ety7 Have I. ; monthly corresponding for newspa bearing orange groves, two miles of
5 suburban" home
FOR choice
t acre
a t tie up his real and personal propertyin pers. No canvassing. Send for particulars lake beach La-id lies opposite St.
fide" Kissimmev J. M.Willson .
or gone a handkerchief, that huts his eyes t tracts see .Gardens.' "> Press Syndicate B 2245, Clou i on East Lake, near Milliard'Island. ,
Jr. 520-tf
ll = - I and votes the ticket. the I boss gives" him : LockportN.Y. I \ Apply to K. (;. Johnston
The FOR KENT-Several nice office rooms" City Tux Assessor Kinsfmniee. :33-tf:
ly in and without unfolding it i m Fraternity Hall. Apply to C W. TIN roofing, guttering, pump work '
yid it i is "A man owes it to his town to boost Uann. Secretary. 27-tf : we have the goods tools and men to THE College of Agriculture otters a
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a Twelve-
it in public on all occasions and at all -. -I do first class work. The Pioneer Weeks Short Course in Agriculture -
knocker. ; WANTED= To exchange double-t>RrreJ' Plumbing Shop. ;'ItitfA. ] beginning November 2, .pe
times. The corrections of its failingsand .
Vb I is breech-loading shotgun for a bicycle. dally "Iann..t-ior busy farmers andprospective
a stray faults are for, the privacy ,of the i Address box, 697 city. 29tf SEWING Machines- Agency for Singermachines. farmers Tuition Free
home circle. A who woulit-thrash. Admission without"' animations. No
.. === man Cash or on easy J>ayment .. ,, {!
i ". The his boy on the steps of the court house FOR SALE ataBargainSawmill, 5M(101feet ( !\<3,011: ( per month, Machines rented. age limit. All white'.{nale citizenseligible
l'apadty-and timber. Apply to please tell youKneighbor.
The Home
Store. 21-tf
,1 I week had a ought to be whipped 4>\it of town. The' S. S. Grilim. Gotha Fla. 29-tf ._ __ Fyr further information address J. ,..
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, the front : citizen who welcomes the stranger; by - ---- '' Vernon Gainesville Fla. \-
t 'a FOR bargains in resident property | MUCK land near KIKsrmm..4{ on which.
-, \-,rtesian well telling, him what a rotten city government obtained FOR SALE) cheap for cash will t
truck lands and orange groves call on I Mowing Wells can ill bringing / or t' .
the water for I. we have what a corrupt set of H. M. Breaker Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf|I. : from $100 to 1I<2(() }>er acre. I car change for property in or nears Kis-'
t ] sell the armkind of land for.II<2.'. ,mme ', a !5-acre ami
370 gallons i iJ oliicials misrule the town; how the town - - -- "" you orange /grapefruit
lags behind the age in all matters ofprogress SPECIAL: IIry'Hal.; .. nt>w on at H. i| an acre. II. >1. Breaker & Co 28-tf grove1 years ohl. :5H;( ) boxesthis ,
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poses. The I and development, that it ill a percent. from regular price while' WHEN visiting St. Cloud l. our Kis&'+n- also 2 houses. and one acre j grove,' located -
i cription of dead town and will be so long as certainmen they last. :n-t f i: mee friends are invited to make their in Cam Colony. Cuba. Ciallurwrite

j mee with I I rule, it is an undesirable) citizen. OFFICE fixtures filing cabinets and I headquarters with the St. Cloud Drug S. W. PhilhpHon Box 172

Chemist j I ."When a man tells, you that what labor saving devices of all kinds j Co. All the popular drinks ran !I.<. Kissinlme_i ('!. FJii, _____ .'ti-tf:. ._

__;- ,, borhood 'I' :j his town needs is a half dozen first class Yawman & Erbe make. See Prestis-; cream had at is our the best soda that fount eau and', be our made.)Ice W.ANTECoSmollll1tll1)) ; ;Magazine rerequires -
at the Home Store. a representative in Ki8aim-
funerals he be correct but he
ting truck ; may ,
'------ mee to look after subscription
renewals .
r' ", flow when I'| should be-the first to be bl rled. IF YOU WANT an extra bargain infancy 1 WE AGREE to lay (where we have And to extend circulation by

and never fail I "A man owes it to'/his' town to dress goods, go to( !J IL I C. I"tan'j'j, otner,work in connection) No. 1 four special methods which have' proved
OJ shout its advantages.. front"' house ford.( ..-- 34-tf inch sewer pipe at the rate of 15c per Unusually successful. Salary and .
the commlssion.
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=_ I :, L ",' I foot or for 20c per foot'where there'Is '
_,I f / /' ., FOH ANY kind-of ecdaliy I, . .Previous experience desirable .w'
: 'meta I nothing\ ::t t the sewer pipe to lay. .. but not essential. Whole '
"Tht time
j ; entire registry Jest should bathe roofs, use Black Pearl P ) qve dear load of se\\frpipe on -
: or time. with
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; land spare Address, referinces -
> : promotion committee If necessaryput Resa-GraVesr! : ,- _-.. r n,->it week H. C Campbell
blinders the visitor and let him .{ : Cosmopolitan
on ,
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l'r HG-21 jk",Pioneer Plumbing Shop
I Refrain see what you want him J to see When F)1( SALE G
K t .. lend a kind Ike hake you what cliiuice a poor man ) ; price $30. II. Beelmaii hack IF YOL' desiVe to purchase buildinglots / City. __ 62t:._ _
_ r abstinence. ; has in town, tell him the truth. TlT of High School', bldg. 33-41-pd: home farm' orange .groVe or WHY pay rent when you can own u

F t for use him the poor man is the only map who It' YOU t-v.; a roof that needs painting other properties! in this AI''li ion, of home Why >ipend! your money for
has a chance. And tJat.s. 06 joke. Black Pearl metal paint .is the Florida it will pay you toe-ail: or write "(Kia water) cigars, and such things
:ri f.i p of nature it Show him the beautiful homes of the right thing for this climate. Roes me before purchasing. I have for that you realize nothing from, when
pt throw; him ; men who came here with ia caRital'of Graves. :H4-tf sale some of the most desirable prop- you can buy a lot for $100, by paying
len y.- working hands and thinking brains. erty in Osoeola county which we offerat $5.00> down pnd five dollars a month.
qa I Tell him you think there should be a WE can sell your orange grove for a rea- very low prices and great portionof without interest or taxes. When-
I law compelling: the poor man to give sonable price on short notice. List it is offered on extremely easy paid for you have saved the ilOO; and
the rich man a handicap when they with us and allow us a chance to verify terms. if you have property in the you also get the benefit; of the increase -
Net come into competition with each other this statement. R. D.Waring &Co. i North that you cannot readily sell at In the value of the property.
"Oratory U i BO as to give the rich man a chance. ' .its value, if you will advise me the 1 have eighty-eight very desirable
neat,"'said Tell him the story of the man who began FOR SALE-=A residence ;hichc ;t class of property you have and the lots which 1 am offering at the above

( .. eat down ; I with day wages. It ia the penniless $2.500; 10-acre orange grove and 1UO class of property you desire to purchase named price and terms> for thirty days
"I UD | / boys Jilt e John Rock feller An- acres fine timber land fronting' on a i in this section, it is possible only. Do not delay buying one of
I fact I drew Carnegie, Phil Armour, and that beautiful clear] water lake, half mile> that |\1 I can effect! arrangements to of these lots. Call on R. D. Waringand
; clues ymybacked the rich l1I n"BonB of from railroad postoffice and school, I I make'agreeable: exchange. I solicit put in your application at once
you You 4 ; thWpoverty-laden days clear off the Price $6,000.. S. S. Griffin .owner, I IGotha. your business'and assure you legitimate : and watch Kissimmee grow.
Detroit Free earth." FlaT 32-tf dealings. R. D. W anng. 36tf 36tf R. D. Waring.
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A People are just waking up to the fact that the Kissimmee Prairie is a storehouse of- wealth. It wi

give generously to the man who will expend a little energy and a little intelligent labor oh it..

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Where on earth can a man find an ideal climate, such as we haVe in the Kissimmee Valley, in com

Homeon bination with a rich'soil that will yield him, from $100 to $200 per acre per year, and yet buy both soil

t' ., and climate for ONLY $20.OO PER ACRE

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That is what we are really selling in Florida, soil and climate. Without the climate the soil could

i the t h not produce: so abundantly, and on any other soil the climate could not,be so beneficial. .


And then think of living in a climate where malaria and heat prostrations are unknown, and where

there is no coal to buy or chilly raw weather to endUre. Get away from these things. What is the use-

BeautifulKissimmee I I of enduring them wHen it isn't necessary. /" .


?1 ;; I COME TO FLORIDA AND BUY INDEPENDENCE AND THE JOY OF LIFE- FOR $400.00, $20 down

f' ., and $20 per month. You will get TWENTY ACRES OF FLORIDA SOIL AND FLORIDA CLIMATE_ INTO j

THE
a BARGAIN. .

1 Get busy. Do it now. The early birdf not only catches the worm* but has the pick of the supply,' of

i I worms as well. Our best tracts are closest to town site and the early buyer gets the best location.



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The KissI' I lme.Va lieu, Gazette Mr*.J. H.'Bryan and children ) I'WANTED!' c -Good, ot>*r: .COM post tor A Poet Is Among. Us. ", .... lJ' ""'
returned home from Zantee the
on at thla .TTice.: t i \"I
Midland Ry., where they the Editor .
e TCLCPHONC NO. ;ii.r 4 spent Valley Gazette.
summer. with M/, Brysa*ait hit turpentine That FOR 'SALt '
Osceola bas
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; .' sjill. .. ' Miss Mattie Bandy-; arrived home county .

, EVERY' FRIDAY Wednesday from an absence of several border a, man Imbued with the true 34000 OF ICE AND
fUBLISHED-11"1- Mr. W.. S. Lancaster, ofy Hawkins- weeks which she spent in' St. Louis, ,' fire of poetic genius, 'may no longer be.... QOpff STORAGE BONDS ,
vllle, Ga.. accompanied by daughterand Mo., visiting the large millinery estab doubted.
t W.Weather. E.14ARRIB.. granddaughter, is visiting, the jam': lishments in that city and taking note Not while since A Gilt-Edge InTcstment Security,. Protected/ by Pint M i1. J

';-tly ox his brother. Mr., J., A..Lancaster., of the latest fall and winterstyles.She a long a'young man fag on Large Ice, Cold Storage and Abattoir Plants b
from
hunting
this weeks' . also purchased her fall and winter stiyk) Bassinger went alligator c .
,' .. i '.. of millinery while away. on Lake Istokpoga He had been out bonds are hT denominatibns of$260 *"d ..11 at par and interest The r f
\\,1 .. Mr. W, J, McCracken. the well known original snbseriberal will, getone $100. share of stock In the
: Report horse dealer, of St. Paul, Neb.,is in the Misses Corrie Miller and Ruth Butler some time and his !"grub'had! all been Ice. Cold Storage and Abattoir Ca('ae a free bonus. Kia.lmmM h

city with another load of bone and have some time with eaten. Taking hit rifle he wandered The State feeYrfn Mt tnutee for the ".bondbolden .,.,.
. mules, which be 1 la disposing of with Miss Sue Calhoun at Pasa-a-Grille. Miss l around the lake late,' one afternoon in ,' looking r rjl11 _, .

:r' Following are the daily' temperatures .the usual despatch i! Miller has now gone on to Bradentown) search of game, and espied several wild Bonds will net 8. per cent In Glean,'of" 7 per cent'In 10 yean. This ".
, $ to visit friend for a while) ,, but .Miss opportunity will close '
and original investors
; precpitation a* ! will bold
Mr. R. Alderman Baiinger turkey feeding near the edge of the '.
of Butler when first
will remain a week longer, Meetin. as stockholders, and orjranite for bu.ine.. '
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" reported by the Governmenttation passed through K Ksimmee on Saturdayon she.will accompany Mr'' Calhoun and marsh; Taking careful aim. be shot at once
If "... at Klsslnimee for the his return from St. Louis, where he family this far: on the way to their the plumpest looking of the turkey.. C. A. CARSON, President I SUte Banlr. or ,

...,-, week ending i Sept' 1,. 1910., ... had hi* business been for interest ten days looking after home at.M aeon...Ga ThXone,he had shot at floundered into R. O. MEEK. Citltens Bank Building.. ..

:\' .. .. MAX HIM. KA1M A farewell party'was given on Satury!! the marsh 'with a broken wing, while
A game of baseball was 'played be- day evening last by Mr. and Mr*. S. H.: the other flew away. Our poet at once .... ,-
.. . . 192' 73 .23 tween Kissimmee and St. Cloud the -
Friday on Cull, who left on Tuesday for: Sorrento. followed the wounded bird Iota the '
. . 95 76 local diamond yesterday afternoon, A holy mission. It make. light work for
Saturday .30 most enjoyable) Evening was' spent by marsh
but the
which .shades of '
night
resulted in for the via were
. . . 92 75 a victory the guest; in game. popularyamong advertizing, for a chalksign on the
Sunday :
)ton by a score of 7 to 4.Meser approaching swiftly and. soon the flut- [ I ITAE1
folks until late
hour when
young a refreshments
. Monday . .92 73 were served.-StCloud tering-bird became indistinct.blur in.. sidewalk could,be all that was needed, ELECTRICT

Tuesday . . . .95 76 .. *. J. W. Miller and L. H. Ingrain Tribune. / the sawgrass.' The pursuit must be' and a half holiday' of six day.: in a

Wednesday. . : 94 75 .18 returned home Saturday from a abandoned week' ; but who want*, to favor an 'advertisement '
ten day visit to St Louis, where they Mr. O. R. Bass('the newly elected add a hungry night spent a) '
.. . . They are built to do
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:Thursday but before aroundthe M
purchased a carload of horses and mules County Commissioner from the Whittier camp just turning .
to be sold! In the local market. district, war in town Saturday and paid following poetry was hurled at the hard work, and should be cent out in :

. .... . his respects! to the Valley Gazette. Mr. fast bird dull days, when a'Customer ha to be ,
receding
Mr. E. A. Niemeyer, the popular Base >* an ardent advocate of the plant : knocked: down with hard facts and
. vVKrNti""""' baker, left Wednesday night for a two present commissioners. instituted, "Go ye unto the wilderness, you son of i .
kicked insensible
Moving
weeks visit to his old home in Penn yl. of circulating the paper throughout the a'gun; ", wjth bankrupt! reduction PICtures. JLEVERY
vania. He will also visit New Yor, : *, and dragged in with irresistible '
north and West,and says that it is doing Your brother:, and sister
I THE LOCAL .flfL.D. I and other eastern cities while, away. / more to build Up this county than all sleep and dream sweet may dreams peacefully slaughter\ of prices, before he will t

other agencies( e spend a cent. That's the end and aim
The work uf laying new cemenrt sidewalks -. bin..diDr. tonight amid the boughs of the magnificent of 'NIGHTfProenfm .."--'
along the principal streets of our St. James F. Blanchard, an Os- oaks that grow, beside Ahe I' advertising and if you open a store
-. r tbtrvtrK A N VN1'NNN city goes merrily on, and our' visitor.this teopathic physician recently of Pierre' placid'waters of beautiful Lake Istok* don't try to get them to come when I ''1''
fall and winter will ftrfd walkIng South Dakota has rented suite 10 and
Mrs W. M. Mostly visited relatives Rood they are already sticking out of the Tonight-Friday -
at Gotha 1 last Week. . in any direction they may wish to 11 in the Citizens Bank building and yoga. I windows but give the advertirement. if, v {, a Mr
of hillproft'ssion Butyou, of- will
go. opened offices for the practice you son a gun surely '
in Kissimmee. right between the eye In a'dull season, 1. Indian Friendship. Story of. +
Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Canova spent Though yeta flounder in the filthy mud or squat uneasily -'I
last Monday in Tapnpa. ;... Mr. W. G. Mootfe, successful trucker' young man Dr. Blanchard has had a tussock." and you will wax rich and own an automobile Eggs. . a
and fruit grow / IAt Steer Beach seven number of of successful practiceand - -
and
years perhaps be able to Brooke a "
Mr. A. W. Wlnn (Mid a short visit to miles from Kjssimmev, on the eastern tomes among us well recommended. J. W. OLIVER. 1 2. Hugo, the:;; Hunchback j i.|I '
twice Write this
cigar once or
Bartow friends this week. shore of th / ake left for St. Petersburg His professional card appears in another a year. .'..
i Saturday, for a visit of ten days, column of this paper. When to Ad atise. 1 down where you'lfall\ over it every .3. Suicide Club. Eaves / peer. M h. I

Mr.. Thomas Van Duzer is visiting with hia.'brother. I| day. The time to draw business is ; _
friend Tampa this week. Mr. A. S. Wilcox of Elgin Kansas, There's nothing on earth so myster. when .. ,
| you want business, and not when 4. Twisted, TraiL
Mr. M. Katz returned home last few days in the this week : '
spent a city iously funny as an advertisement. The .:. "
Mrs. M. Tiller and son Will Mason you have more business than you can :=:;
night from a months"vitit\ to Baltimore prospecting, and was so well pleased first and, ,
prime last and allthetimeobjects
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visited Orlando Wednesday.Horn New York and other eastern cities, with the outlook that he purchased ten attend t Malready.-'Sanford Herald. PROGRAM TOMORROW-SATURDAY MIGHT II'
where he purchased hm fall and winter acres from Mr. Mattocks in KissimmeePark. of an advertisement is to'draw --. -

to Mr. and Mrs. WillKnight': stock of goods. Mrs. Katz is still in Mr. Wilcox) had looked over other !- custom. It i is not and never will be, LndingvHi; : Face. 1. Roosevelt in Africa. No. 1.

on Saturday August 27, a son. I the North and will return latr.Mr. \ sections of the state, but decided designed for any other purpose. So i The old professor was very tired. -- .1

Mr. F. H. Jenkins the surveyor: has I Chas. Overstreet came up. from i, to that locate.this was He the left best for section his home in which Tuesday , 'the merchant waits till the busy season | He explained why. 2. Roosevelt in Africa, No. 2. ._ + 1

|purchased a 4-cylinder Overland'car. liartuw yesterday, and will spend a i but will return later in the fall and comes and his store i is so full of. customers -j"I have been sitting; .for four hours 3. Further Adventures; -of the r

short time visiting relatives and improve his property. that he can't get his hat off and i this afternoon said he, "for my por-
Miss Lillie Dale has returned from a trends. lifter which he will proceed to I' Girl Spy. '
then he rushes o
visit to Mrs. )K. W. Hill at Narcoom-e. Kirksville, Mo; to take a course in theAmerican 'I Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and chilj to his printer and goes trait. I'll never do It again, I am tired ,,, .
in for advertizing. When the dull season ..... -
to death. -
school Osteopathy.Mr. j then, who are spending the summer! at \
Born to Dr. and Mrs. P. G. White, I i their beautiful home a.t Winderhere, on gets along and there is no trade "I wondered from the !flrst." said bisI '

on Tuesday, August :23rd! a daughter.Mm. . C. H. Litner; who- came from Lake Butler spent Monday in the city and he want to sell his goods so bad I friend, "why ;you should lend your Performance Begins at 8 O'clock ;,
Oklahoma last December and settled in with relatives., returning home Tuesday I
A. W. Winn who has been Her- St. Cloud wan in the city on Saturday I'i morning via the Midjand railway. Sam he can't pay his rent he stop adver countenance to thing like that" PRICES 5 and 10 CENTS -

ItI'J.dy ill for several weeks is slowlyMessrs. and paid the Valley Gazette a pleasant has several hundred acres of splendid tising. That is, some of them do; New York: Press. ....

convalescing.! call. Mr. Litner i is su well pleaded with I.land lying among the clear water lakes but occasionally a level-headed merchant -, :3f
section that he will his fame r around Windemere, which he is .... .
R. Pattison and G. D. Watson' our bring preparing does more of it, and scoops all thebusiness IK. BLANCHAKD '." 'oo"
divide into small tracts and
to
ily here this fall. up
of St. Cloud were transacting business put sari the market this fall. while his neighbors are mak- FAIRBANKS, MORSE A CO. I
in this. cy Tuesday. The sidewalk laid the ing mortgage to the bill.
cement being pay gas 1
:. Osteopathic Physician . 2 P. Gasoline i
H. Engine $90.
Mr.\ Clarence McCallintercalled'"atthi8oflice ;
l Iras returned full length of the school grounds on i There are times when you couldn't .,
Lesley
Master Leroy Church street will add much to the ap-, .. his return from Kis- For <:.. Mill. PUMP*or
from a visit! to Ins grandfather capt. 1.aralK'of our handsome building aswe1 simmee Park, where he is engagedin stop people' from buying everything in Special Attention Given to .lmfl m...., writ or call i !

John T. Lesley) of Tompa. '! asi to the street, and be a'source drilling artesian. wells. He reports having the store if you planted a cannon behind Nervous and Diseases of i Hillsborough. Hardware Co.

Mr. Moon of Atlanta spent a great c invemence to more than fivehundr..v successfully drilled one 2-inch wellto the door., and that's the time when Women. .
Curry .
I I 1114.1112Fr.aalla-at. T. 0 ru.Kissimmee
few days in the city this week visitinghis children. the depth of 322 feet, the .result being the advertizement is sent out on its Offlc Iter Citizens BaRk Remit 10 lit* 11 ...
Mr. and! Mrs. J. U. Moon. i a steady flow of I 12:!gallons a minute.
parents.'
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Mr. M. S. Garrett 'of Baltimore, Md., I i This well IK on -.Fairbanks' place -, ,-- ---,--- ---- I, T
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bell returned on is in the city to install a dry kiln for I 1 where that gentleman has just completed :
Friday from a week's visit pleasantly the Osceola. Lumber Co. Thin company | baild.u-g-! new houte. Mr. McI --IM--- iui
spoilt in Tampa and the immediate BITtion. is making many impiovemfnts on its I 'allister is now at work on a well for !
)plant, and in a snort time will be able Mr. Enge and haft reached a depth of
to fill all orders for any kind of building 1HO! +1 feet.

Mr J H. Miller a leading turpentine matt-rial.
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Information has been received in this
of HaineH/ City was transacting -
operator business tn KiBBimmeyester- Mr. J. W. Mundy, of Jonenlioro, (Ga., city by friends and relatives of the '
in upending a few daysjn town, with bride announcing the marriage of Miss J
Iny. friends, and paid the Valley Gazette a >Lee Hamilton the happy event taking i. Park

i R. C. D. Carroll left on Wednesdayfor pleasant call, Mr.1 Mundy is much im- "I place at LovHoy Ga., on Sunday
(irt>reitt, where he was called to attend pretthed. with our town and it is possiblehe I August 21st. The bride was reared in
to I btujjness: matters of a private will decide to remain here perma Kissimmee. and is a young lady of rare 1111
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nature nently. personal attraction and strong Christian

} : :, character. The groom Ts indeed a fortunate "b ,
,; 'AI':1 ":Vi: ,,*':, Me B srs", Howard and Edgar Katz .The Valley Gazette is in receipt of a young/ man, and the Valley Gazette '

; ]leave today for 'KolH. Mo., to resume |postal from Judge G, l P. Parker, dated congratulate him upon his good ';r ; '. . .,:,
. their-studL>a at the, jftlagourl. school. of at.Wa Ga., saying that bti and fortune.' winning such u prize; ,Jn, the zy i\ '

1lnes.r', ", .JF", . :r. " and Mrs. enjoying Parker are their in the trip best immensely.of health matrimonial lottery.Mr. .......:

Ming Clyde Seymour wenfNin the They will return in the next f,,w days. Karle: Lupfer, who has been attending '
Midland Tuesday-ami spent thexday a house )party at iJuytona Beach Has Been Sold From -
with her friend Miss Cecile Monele- -' Key. S. W. Lawler, Presiding| Elderf I, for the past two wt-eks, returned home r
Gotha.; the Knrtow District. will preach attnXjMethodist Monday night: bringing with him the ,
: \ church. next Sunday .other members of the party consistingof i Saskatchewan in Canada ._ *;
Mrs. W. B. Higdon and daughters nigh: >..The fourth Quarterly Conference Mrs. A. L. :Smith:: the hostess. Misses t r ,-
left yesterday for Meridian, Miss., fur thyjcJjarge will be held on Monday, I Louise, Mary and Bessie Smith all of Ito
where they will make their home in at which officers for another year will I Orlando; Miss Wallace Adams, Albany r
Ga. Frank Holland of Orlando. the '
future. be elected. \ and rPanama
1 The party spent the night at the Gray-
Tears of unusual size and quality are Mr. and Mr.. J>W- Seymour of Ojus i stone\ and left Tuesday morning on Lon .
being sold on the streets of St. Cloud and Master Johnnie Prazure( of Buena | Uann's handsome new boat, the Rosa- Canal Zone '

by neighborhood farmers. -St. Cloud Vista, Fla., who have I been the appreciated dell, which Mr. Lupfer chartered, fora -' .
Tribune. gueits of the editor family for 1 three or four days' cruise down the
the past three weeks left for their Kissimmee river.
Mrs. W. S. Graham and children have homes last Tuesday. They will" slop a I .
returned! to their home at Live Oak after i Zack Richardson of '
day or so en route, at New Smyrna -. an aged negro mSe
a pleasant visit here with Mrs. D. .......[ the ante-bellum. type, died at his homehvthis '

f. Graham. . Mr. C. W. Dann : merchant | ; city on August: 21st, and was More than eighty per cent of our sales, ore tp, people, '- 4

Mr A. A. Loll, proprietor of-the offering, increased space in his hisTlry friendship goods list emporium by- ,I buried Monday in, the vUncle"cemetery Zack of, as his hnwaa race fa-on ., who are either settling on the property now or will f In.thevery ': 1 '

Graystone Garage, has gone on a businees J both> had beena : '
nown by races,
the -
New York and for counting content votes resident near future. __ __ ._. __( .ffj..' :'h.il.t 'j to
to
trip Pittsbure, yesterday. Many thanks-, Mr. Dann, I of JCissimmee for 'a numoerof -- -- . -- .- - -" v '" -- | !
,other. eastern Cltt_ for the table and chairs provided for years, and was 'esteemed by all for ..",
the of the Judges' Committee.! his unfaiJing industry and honesty. If '"". '
We are exceedingly glad to see Mr. use ; : .
I his example was followed by the younger ..
C. U. WoodalUbas far recovered
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.from his recent severe Illness as to be Deputy Sheriff Brvan arrested a negro members of his race here would bea '

able to be out on the streets. charged named with Marshal selling Hall liquor last, week and.inde whois whites better and understanding blacks everywhere between, and the .Semi. for our Book that tells the '

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Mr. and Mr.-Lee Bandy and children, fault of bail placed him in the county there would be no race problem'to solve. :' F rrr
who have been spending several weeks jail to await the action of the county The death of such a man Is a distinct( advantages of Frost Protection '

With'relatives in this city, returned to court. Hall was captured at the house loss to any community. "- '
Tuesday. Carruthers where he was board. <@1 to the gr.ower.rJ'ell. at the'
their home at Danla last of Any Mr. Ernest Lawton, mechanical and 1114
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"' We ire to note that Mr. E. S. ing. electrical engineer and practical( and .

Beeland the pleased popular manager of .the Cashier N. B. Carson of the State cold storage engineer, who will be, connected Kiuhe time what kips of crops ; /:. ,
Kisiimmee Co. is able to be With the new Kissimmec Ice,
home
Telephone returned
illness of several Bank'of Kissinlmee, Cold Storage and Abattoir Co. in charge you want to grow and we will ; ,
out again after an last Saturday from Hot Springs, Ark., of the mechanical departments returned ...

weeks. where he spent several. weeks Mr. Carson's for the early" Wednesday morning to his \ut a location that will \\ttbest --
of his health. tsuggt
beneMt _
'Mr. F. H. Lawson returned on Sat home in Herkimer N. Y. to make arrangement -
urday from Georgia, where he had.l many friends are glad to knew that he ,. to remove life family to '
of his
feels.much improved as a result suited to them.Kissimmee '
been for the past six weeks, resusi- Kissimmee at an early date. Mr. Law .
tating and visiting-old friends and rela- ton was accompanied by his wife, who
tives. trip.A private letter received from Mr.W. has been with him on a trip of several :
weeks to-this section. Mr. Dolph Berli
that he will return teKisMimmet'
a: states
Mr. C. M. Marsh, representing. the Alyea about the first of October, who organize the company, leaves for s
Jacksonville Real Estate and Brokerage and if he is forgiven this time, for Covington Ky., the latter part of next r P r

Bureau was in Kit immt't', Saturday, leaving our town during the summer lie,, week to make similar arrangements.
on business, and paid this office a social ,
commit the error again as
will never
call. Mr. II. P. Smith who was married
is standing at 108 in
the thermometer in Jacksonville last Thursday, arrived 0
Chan. E. Stacy, of Mclntosh, Ga., the shade, in Kansas. with his bride on Friday afternoon and Valley 5.

enr ute to Tampa, stopped over in KisBimmee a number of people from this was met at the train by a number of
for a few days, the guest of Quite and vicinity went down to Tampaon his old comrades and escorted to his
the families of R.: S. Floyd and G. B. city the excursion Tuesday and spent the residence, and later in the evening a I

W madall. the sights of.that great and number of the members of O. O. Howard
; day seeing Post and their wives .' i
city Sheriff C. F. Prevatt arrived bring Land
'Mr. Emil Mach returned Sunday growing Company
of andlIucceed..d ing lunches and congratulations. All enjoyed
sort chaperone,
night from Chicago and other Western went ailing as a the Kissimmee the evening immensely and Mr. :
points where he had been for the past in bringing
good shape. :Smith:: declares they left enough good
back in pretty
fix weeks "buying horses for use in ,delegation things to eat to last him and Mm. ,

Mach Bros. livery and. sales stable '.in Messrs. H. C. Stanford and C. W. Smith for a week. -Kissimmele\ (Fla.) J.. E. MATTOCKS. .

this city. Dann have returned from the Eastern Gazette. The bride spoken of in 'the .
purchased large above clipping i is our former townslady ,
Mr. W. A. McLaughlin has moved marl.ets, where they' MANAGER
., his and is stocks of dry goals, shots and notions Mrs. Frances Christie. Mrs. Smith has ..,
here fromTampa
family Mr. hosts of friends here her Kissiitittiee
residence for himself in the for the fall and winters trade. at old home I Florida
building
a will succeed Har Stanford arrived Monday .-morning but with whom we join in extending congratulations v t
Lilly Addition. He Mr. Mr. Dann stopped over in Georgia and and best wishes for the \ -..
office
in the! express of whir I happiness of herself and husband.
days -
Collier having resigned his position" to visited his sister couple ,
Lowell) InJ. Tribune.
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him till Wednesday night. ) ors
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ST-. CLOUDLA. that delicious .fruit. When fully ripe :I Cheapest .I
c ITEMS Of INTEREST CLIPPED
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'. open With our long txric"iic| on the markets for {(fertilizer materials in all i
' .. PULL LINE OfV fROM THE ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE and eaten..with a spoon.
.. I parts of the world and ample capital to buy in j rcat quantities, I
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".." .fi: GENERAL -HARDWARE ,?,.. ..' :.:,'. ., --r- '- ,,. at mcmt.favorablw! times and to obla I) 'all concessions':ivtav'for I }
r ., j Postmaster kinney hatubeen 7iotified" The .facQry'on"T..nth, ; street between : f "" strictly cash sales.we buy! our materials.at lo\+,est ponHiMe prices. A '
Too.... Fe.tlac.>'lIrIlUII'.. Paint*.elli a..eI Vamliboi. fllaitwqru lrn....afggg that I'i money order department will bo Kentucky and Minnesota Two of the; leading, railroads. have laid their trucks. to our Jo'artorvanci
err sadeirbo.. FuIILIn.otIoet. Furei.hiegr. 'Rel. opened here on October 1st. (One hundred nnen. commenced the manufacture of any .ship (that can CTOHH the St. Johns Bur ,'llIIlInl..a'\101'\ our dock
end C*p,. Ladlen* awe anrl ninety-nine registered I Utters tee on Tuesday morning last, and our ] a".e been sent out from St. (Cloud .sinre families ran now be daily .supplied With rttis and It..ltvl'ry'I" made.. at our door
il.. Nt. from which tin- ff"vermnentrMivt4 ice manufactured, in our colony. W. F. Dm faf'tory i. equipped,. throughout,! with labiir-Kavmg' ili-vH'i-i. therefore
GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS a 1''V''IIU1'lJf tw-lveeents' . ,each: Roberts of Carbondale Pa., i it temporarily our fertilizer' i IS bundled.. minimum co.t.
+ r - m charge of ope ations. Our( trades so unfnerlsthat. our oflire, expenses| are much Iesr! !per
ton t han ,is poHHibli-, in a smaller huHineHS. (> .
4 Grocery Located on N. y. Ave., 2 doors from i't. Cloud.) Hotel 1 Captain hunter I pr..idenl of the I favorable" 'ir every condition i.x
I and the ,
we benefit.
Haplwaie Store Penn. Ave..vnear 11th St. Hunter Land Co. of Minneapolis Minn Farm Owned by a Kansas the REST economy\ve cao- ncl DO give...l1th.you. CIIEAI'Jo T. While wemake _
motored through St. Cloud on Saturdaylast i
., OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST A8oll': for FULLER PUMP finict i ..JIIt".OIOjParlll .(c*" with a party of Western..homesefkeru. - Call on our local agent; .

colony. After, the a tourists thorough. expressed innpoction of themselves the- Man For Sale.This WATERS: .; & CAItSUN (JltOCKItV ( '0.,
;. svz viTVREtC : : : with'our
as being highly or address
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CASH hustling little city and favorably li.-: : 1
OR INSTALLMENT impressed with its desirability. a permanent farm ?t. Cloud contains
a i Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer
location.At 270 acres, 180 acres of which is Co.. Jacg?idalle.F' -

", Pen AV.. "twe (t Otb lid 1tyl Promt Deliveries fenced land covered with pine timber ) -.
: .....-----' V / the meeting. the congregationon / except a few acres of cypress afford- --- -'-
-- Saturday Rev. J. 11. Rodgers
f= .-. -n, _-.-_.-. -_-.--,- ". - of Manchester evening Ohio was ing lots of good telephone; telegraphand ",'
mouslycalled\ to the pastorate unani-I fence posts. The poets on these
vI' First Presbyterian church of St. Cloud. lands are'wort'R'twice tI... price of each
Prepared for any 'kind of work in 'I
From correspondence with him he in'I acre covered by cypres'timber.. There '
the Stats. expected to take charge of the work N.CONTRACTOR
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OB here about October lAt. | arb several acres of good land in culti- .
.r eDrilleF All work guaranteed. Prices !I I vation. School house on the land and

I .church. Postoffice and business
reasonable. near
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These beaut.iful moonlight nights are
Also prepared to furnish and i install being taken advantage! or by bathers at house on the corner of the farm, renU and BUILDER I '
thelafte.Tli"> water ia fine, and the only for *15 per month and a residence that
deep well Pumps and Engines.: | danger ill'sta 'ing ,in too long, it
n having Ii i iI rents for $2.5(1( a. monU,, also. H small
aA,'skpninltfeet./ Man has. pannedout
Dont fail. to get my estimates. All contracts -, I of the amphibious age, and too orange grove that brings in an income, Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estl- i
i, d With The filled promptly. :' muc .i .water ,is too much. besides. pastures to bring a revenue. mated on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether '.,
Cable -- This land has 2XX() encumbrances and it be a Two-Room" '
Best Macbiiery I Cottage pr a Tourist Hotel. '
I I It MORGAN C. BRITT Oco e. Fla.tl ,, < \
ia worth $25 Lands improved -
acre. not
Philip Mohr wishes the people IAtho I i per ,
i .BUtfor from sultry nights in the North and much further from town are Makes a Specia y. of boring ARTESIAN JWELLS ,V
''could come here and sleep during our ; in which he has met
| selling for nearly that price. Here is with the greatest success '
= I I fine summer nights and then be able to'I', an excellent opening to make a good in- of any man in Florida. i ''t
ANNUAL in
EXCURSION TO i get back to work the morning Comrade J .
j Mohr came h'ere from the state of i;!' vestment.
t 1, Washington away in the northwest !, This land belongs to a Kansas man Give him your work' t
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j' corner of the country and is glad hl'1 who might accept good Kansas property be well and quickly done.KISS1mmee, Fl'will !
:changed to the eontheastcorner.Mr ,, kansas
ST. AUGUSTINE near Central as part pay.
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1It > ''i" \ this morning from Jacksonville. I l We also have a fine place containing ++ +++ a
jl; They are on the way to Whittier to I i 1674 acres all fenced has a mile of +

September:5fihia jected survey the to that new railroad point and which Basuinger.ia pro-,:j]'i b..auliullake front with pretty beach, THE f CASH i
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2y i j If : This. survey ia being made under the direction and\ about ::1(1),acres of rich prairie muck + STOREFirst
a of the Hunter Colonization Co. land ready for the plow, balance ham- +
and of the Consolidated Naval Stores :I I mock and pine timber land; has 4-room Door North .
Co. When completed it will open up. house ana about 10O) bearing orange of Postoffice +
ti one of the valuable timber and coloni- trees, .sufficient and in cultivation + "
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,. .I 'f YNtj rah in the state. to 'exten f the grove to go.st'
-b. AfLANTI. ftfn preying
d. ; t ; .? I I I proposition.This i There you will find SHOES, HATS, I '
The Swfet Cheyenne variety of nineaiijiles i is a valuable place and can be
= RATE FRO YKISSI ME.E $2.25 ,' and hananas known as "Lady sold .for $25 per acre on most favorable I + DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all of best $
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\ i I I Fingers"; are being sold to our citizensby terms of payment.Full I
1 the Shakers several limes a week, particulars to interested( 'parties. i quality and (lowest prices.
', nodal Train will Leave Ktf&inifrii'O! l.:lDT.. .31.I.d together, with other things good to eat. i
1 Ticket on Sale Sept. 5th, Final Limit Sqp 7.th. -' A large number of pineapple. plants
a have been set out by SL Cloud |lot own I Call Before
Nelson
'i, ) i I 'f ?1 F.or.inQrt ati call on any A. C. L. Agent ort and aa they are not harder' to care Realty Company f Buying Elsewhere. t r rr
J. G. Kirklaud, U. P. A.
.., y B. BeaylyeT.1p. ) ; A. I..n.than other products of the garden, .
_.... Tampa. Fla. .... ,. expect. an abundant home supply. of l Kissimmee, Florida. ++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++..++++++++++++.4
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... 1 IY' Women Only y.- KqeVi Notice; of Election.WLereasb ._ \ "' '.


I [ he Graystone Auto 'GarageAGENCY' Of the Oiurd -and-Fraternal S d- [ .:.
)
eties of f I Kissimmee.< \r.hat a Heap of Happlneaa UVvonldHrl0R 'i ConofcHutioo cd-rtav at lbs State ol Florida;did

. --. ftUftimttie Hotne'' [ pass tbrec Joint Revolutions proposiat amondmeets .
to the OvnatltnUon
: FOR- of the State .f Plop
.. 'it t .... ida and the ...... were agreed< to bT a Tot* of '
CHURCHES.. BARBER 'H.OPJ'
j t1I -Uth..oI.1t the tnemtoim elected to each .
'U ---- Hard to do housework wjth an achingback. ,: bo9ee; 1.b.L"h. votes on said Jolat Rwolatliinaw
BUICK : : : entered upon tfc respective Journals 1 '

OVERLAND GAS AND s BAPTIST. .', ,* : with yew *nd uay thereon and they determine \I I Cold Drinks & Cigars

UDSON BunyBII'Stephens, paator. ''w Brings you': fiours of misery at leisureor I and direct that the.aald. Joint Kenolul.on ....

STEAM CARS Sunday oI9.45a. m'.-N. C. Bryan- . 'be submitted the electors if the RUM at the
at work .
.. Kiuinunce FU
WHITE [ | GObtt.s.IEISot1otil! to IIo..mbap.lI110...- IL '- ,
.. .nperintenden't. If women only knew. the "c'all..e-that. ]Now therefore, I, H. Cla; Craw forti, Secretary 1.
f
I. Preaching 11 e, in. and T..45) p. m. I of State for tbe State of Florida 4o hereby _. .
.,,Backache come .from nick kidneys .
pains I .
,
Prayermeeting 7.<<5 Thul'IKlay evening. ., .' rite nuUoe \Uiata_ GinerslVertioo_ wlU be hold -.0 . *}
Supplies; Repair!]; nnd Accessories In each county la FlorlJaoo Tuesday ,
:. .. B. Y..B. U. 7.45 Friday (evening.. : nut sue
oewdlncthe lint :MopJty, In MoTember, A. D. HENRY T. BASS (
.
Via!tor* always'yrcjcome. 'Twould save much needless woe l9l9.thqTueedi l
?
the 1bthdsy1>
AMPLE GARAGE -- Doan'a Kldiiev Pills cure sick kidneys.. November for the fatlflestloo or' rejection,of. ... If

ROOM', PHONE,. 164. : MIESBYTER1AN. -. Klssfmmep. people; endorse this. the ....r Joint Kesolutiona. plO ldDr knead DKALtB IN '{

S. S. Snyder, ; pastor. Mrs. P. G. White, Church street, Kis-j niCole Ida rl>to: tbe Conctitntloo of the'ttat of Flot- Staple and Fancy Groceries V-

Sunday. hool 9,45 a. m. -'Geo. F.: simmee, Fla.! ; 'says:. "I uffered 'from -- -. ,

Parker superintendent. 'backache! And pains'in my kidneys, and 8liNA1R ''OINT .IUt'*
'Christian Endeavo 6.80 p. m. 1 noticed'>at the kidney secretions Amccdinent: to Article XLX.edthqtjtbatltiouof ) c--- AND UDUNTltV PUODUCfe .

[ second fourth Were unnatural. Doan's Kidney Pills, the".1. Florida, "Relating to Ihs X.DD'
RDL1 MARKET Preaching every
The
BASS ,
fapture
and Sale or OtherDliToval. o' Intox-
procured from the Kigsimmee Drug
Sunday *t 11 a. m, and 7:30: p. m. loatlnr Liquor* ur *evcra.*... KISSIMMEE., FLORIDA .
Prayer meeting and choir practice Co., brought me prompt relief! and br it resolved by tile lrrlnlatnr.. of lbs HUle of

mrden Buildin Ont Block: f from Depot Thursday betore the second and fourth though that was over two' years ago 1 Florida: PHONE ire . t

Sunday at 7:00 m.Vi&itor have had no need of a kidney remedy That Article XIX Itf the OunaUlullou of the -
p. -
Frewh Florida of all* kinds. moet cordially invited to all since. 1 have every reason to recommend Blaie of Florida I Iw, end the. earns I. hereby, j
amended >o .. to rfad .n follows: JBNK-ttiS
MEATS Doan's Kidney Pills. F. H. .
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and- Wcslerii .nlce8.. Article XIX. Section 1. Tbo ntaiiufscture -
1" ., For sale by all dealers. Price. 50 cts. and sa.10. bkrteror exchange of all Intoxicating I

CHRISTIAN. Foster-Milbprn Co., Buffalo, N..Y., ole liquors and bweragen wbtotker splrltuoun, ,\
POULTRY E3GS.FRESH FISH vraausomaH, are bpreby forever prohibited '
for the United States.
,
A. M. Chisholm, pastor.. agents In the !State of Florida except alcohol for mudleal. and
Preaching- Ant. second and third Sundays Remember the name-Dpan's-jind Hclnnttfia Surveying : :1
Special jillc'nlion to Phone Orders and free or mechanical piirpoies; and ,
,I of each month at 11 ... m. and 7.46 take no others. ,,|D" fur Hacmmenlal vurpoons the sale : .

Delivery to any parl of the City. VPioie8.9 p. - -. -- - - -- -- of which alcohol) and wine for tb i purpose Drafting
m.ibl .,.'r..aid. Khali be r""Ulated hv law. -- "'t'I
School 9.45a.rn.-A. $(f. Winn, ,
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of Election.T -
Notice Par. Leglxlature
:X. The
Mull enact Muitabl* _ _. a .,
superintendent A. JL. Davidson, a8 is- U p -
-- ; I..ep fui the etifori-miiaul of the provlHioim of
The GRAYSTONE HOTELALWAY8 I WISh to t-fl 'those that arecont..mplatint tant BupcrintendenC: ,this Article; OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALC :J I
,: building! that I Christian Endeavor every Sunday th,. Sheriff of Ommula, County. U1eof } lortda: Se : This Artl..h.lIlJ"' luto "tr'I..n the .

-- OPEN- have found! and procured the bent at 6.30 I3oitnuwnthat' I. H. (.Ia, Lr.wford.Heere- firt, dn,.> Of July, A, D 191-t I II
evening KISSiMMEE. 'f
Hand in the U. S. for making p. mv tar) ofbtateof> the Rtate of Florid do hereby I FJ.AW. .
. POIt HALF: blocks. Call and !ee the sand and Prayer meeting and choir practice .>very rive notice that a General Election will be held In I -*

(Htie, BlOtf *Lbtlai and L ota. cur. Itroaulway I, the manufactured product. Thursday at 7.45 p. m. Oeceolit County. "'tAI".1 Florida on Tuemlay nextHurccedinic i A JO1M KESOJ.q'rHj.N: rropoHliig Amendinb.i .
.nd PoIeI i l Avenue Whole In ,arta. N..ver'think of building a nice ,, the first Monday in Novrmbei. A D .j" Aftfcl'e; V ot the' oii-tliinion, juf tbe
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FIORIDARCAL[ [ [ESTATE
back of school huu, houtws of wood when a stone housecoats ltd" the said Tuesday. being the Ktsiof FliTt'ln, ltHtv) to Um JudirHarr FOR SAlt
Two OottaireM He.Ontntte
only 10 to 20 per cent more METHODIST.Jas. EIGhTh: DAY 01' NOVJ'-MBER' I'turHrtijentl

(.r4veon clay ru.J. and is fire-proof water proor and T. Mitchell pastor."Preaching 1 cir lioprettentativy/ from the -nd l onfrreuimnulDinlrlct l lie it R..HOI.10) IN ic lyt .. orol f tlie Slate Beautiful winter home site. situated
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>n1'I' and house for a of Florida in the SI,,t-HecomI. Coniffensof Florida i in the "1
vf >roof. a Lake
Apply U, H. *. THtltMAP.ThvUmyNtoni" Holl n'J every Sunday morning and Region o; Florida.
IhHl ) ,
life line.M the Unrtvtl Slates.F'r foMow.Lj/aiucNdmvUU. to Arttr| V I
Wvk ml HiterW GwrintHd, Ffrtl-Cwn evening. Two Justices of the Huprfme ( ourt 01 the .>t DiePoDDi.tuifoti of t.ie&Ut; 01 Il, rida. reU- Trucking and Farming Lands 'In lire I (

Sunday School !!. .!) a, m. -J. M, Lsuperintendent. **-., State of Florida. "T.0 the Jud.clnry b.-pa-tinont. to be. nun* or small tracts. 4
Granitoid For One :Member of the HoUNe "if 1 veprtmentMivefiof 1..1 gfHion; ::1u aud 41 of oniilrlicl* V, he ,
CITY PROPERTY .
Kissimmee Works A SPECIALTY
S.H.BILLOCKREAL meeting' Thursday the litat.e or Florida. cud tlie MIIIIit re hereby .(lr'-ct to and shall be j
Prayer every For Two Railroad C mml..lon'r, o' the "tale of tiubraitlet i to the t-lvcUirff of Die St.te .t the List your property with 'me for quick fsale. f
night. Florida.For yeueral "cliuu U be h.l<) on (lie n r.t Tuewdavaftvr .

Choir practice every Saturday nigtit. County ..r uti..... the flrnt. Mon. "y In *o""m""r. A D.llllO. .
For r'roHeculinff Attorney fur ratification or .j..tlon. 10-"ItS. '
ESTATE Osceola For County Awteiwor. of T."..*. ;*.<. '9. From und ftor the adoption of lh'niiifudiiifni H. M. BREAKER "

County F.PISOOPAI. For Tax Collector.For *' ,h.. rriminal ourt of Ret'ord In !Box 178 KISSiMMBB. FLA.

INSURANCEExamination County Treasurer. I and for Kfcatubi C(mnty hall be kuown 0lhe .- = -.-
Kev. David D. KkJd rector. For Five ('-vunty CunniniuroFor I Court of Kvrord in nod for K.I<1 bountr, and. In : .- - f :

Abstract Company Ser\ics every second and fourth t oun. Three Members of the County Board of bddiiJon U, tb4-r* pr..n...iit jurlnlli'tfoii., the fld .

day at 11:00: a. m. Public Instruction. ''Ourl.lOod thfjudKe thereofHh hav.. In EHoamblit C. BASS
"For of the Peace, in the follow .-....
of Titles a J antice and for < on lit jr. urrvnt with Ihtt Circuit
Communion 2nd Sunday at morning '
Inc Justice tliutricU viz.: No land :u four! ,1..ld county and th.. judge ther ':
services.iuild For Countable in ami for the following J untteeUiHlrktH. i>f. th* tame orfinal!( jurlN Specialty. G. P. GARRETT. Manager. ( meeting every first Tuesday. vi.: Noa 1. 2. an'I '. !.....* and mati.rn and the same power and aftOionlj Dealer .""

.' In tvatiraony whereof I have. hereunto tu iHfeue all write a,.. the Circuit Court oftslI Ir. _t -
.: -- net my hand and affixed) the GreatI r oMDt. ) sod II.*. Judge tbereot excepting

Correspondence Solicited. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. I II-I!. J Seal of the utate of Florida at Tsllahaiuiee. ca".1 i <...***. and the. power to Kuiiimon and

1 (lte&1eetae the Capital thin the Iw.n.1onlb.day I ..n'l..u.l.1 grand jnrr. Fresh Beef Pork
Titles examined! and! reported. on t .'\ of A....u..l. A 1>. 1910 1 b, umii. rulfhiif [trwi-.Jur cud l.r..U..nd. and ",

Taxes |>uid for ,ion.realdentMlnLrImefltA4 MAHdNIC.Orange II LAY RAW. OKU, ,."biKof, IrI.lo) ju,lft... ad l lien j ridl iefare, ,
W. S. HARWELL I relating) to real) eetaecarefully Blossom) Lodge, No. HO, F. & Secretary of'Stale Hhifj P obtain In ....Id Circuit Court shallot .

drawnCorresp0ndence' A.."M.. meets first and third Monday lu < han F Prevail.Shvrlir. LaIn ID nld Court of Ke-orxl. The Oovernormny MuttonPHONE
>REAL ESTATE Onceoia ounty. in bi* >,liiftiou< order
nights in each month at 7.30 o'clock in any one -of there
) Solletted.jBargains. I i I f tulvei of th..II.a. to hold one or, more
/ Notary Public at Large \Fraternity HAH.
An Ordinance t en IIIK or "..rl..1 t -rm-i of mid Court of R<*cord. 4-V 'I.
OttiOv over jtob >rRi>ri'.. 1'barinacyKIKKlNiMKK. J. M. Hansell W. M. i ;..,., to.' ThiipreiiH, Court of lb. Stale shall|)

W. M. Carson A" Ordinance. to Amend an Ordinanrt-I nlitltil. .lii.\'- -bU li __ _
: KLA.PHYSICIAN aecretary. p") j juri < < k.t. I in Mil I I P..ol"h..b -- T
'An Ordinance I'reacribuiic. \Ytdth.Qrade.) . jurj.ii. tioii .
i- Krtttit Hl to AM id Court of
Conptruction and (' jmi>oHition' <*f SidewalknI I.. .,n l Aph.cal Hud wriu ..r error dhallba | C. W. Griffin:
.' KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.. ||>OD Certain. Street. "I l lite City ApprovedSeptwnlwr |.roK..-iit"xl from lb.- saul Court of Keoordto the :

Friendship Lodg No. TO, meets every -..Ih. 190". '-uprt-me Court in .,...ur' .',c" M ttb the l.w i I .U. it Onlalnod l.y the I oun<,I..f the City of -K.BHiinmue rOt .
.it'.v .rnla'lI| lU-ih- proceedingK, from the.
iI I I In all kinds of Real' ..Estate Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fraternity : .. Circuit i <. >rt tfli'* Huprt'iiioCourt. .

Fire and Life Insurance arid Hall. cctioii 'I. h-.t Section of an ordinance en'J ->t*< 41} All ih, |.rovlnlunf of the Conntltalion FANCY Groceries

Armour's Fertilizer's. Renting F. C. Dry an, ctianceUor v rnrnariiicr.R. UU"d. "An Ordinance IVmoribinji the and all laW** eu.cUd in OOIIHUnance......
-"V'V' :r...... WIT: :N' Urade. OonHtruction and composition of Side with ferlHrainK \I the said
O. Meek, keeperof rec.ord."and8eal. criminal Court of ..
and Collecting Rents a "
walks l>On Certain ftrevta of. the City approved I Record and tbe jfflcvrti thereof. .
including the
AINU 8UJtGEO.kAI)4 Specialty. Taxes paid for Ioo"terijb:U8th; 191/1I./ ..be am.ndad:! w ite imad 0 manner of the apixjintmctit or election and< Ihe -AND- 0
'
FHONC 43, : 'K II..1t1t" Non-r sicjente. :_ PYTHIAN SISTERS M 'foUownt, ". . "I term of oillce and oompenwafion( of nafofflotr( *

Ornoa PMON. 97., ,,'1'(: , ,.." '" Jl'WIUJA.o. KissLrnmee'.Ternple', Ko, :21, (meets "''Mection II, All klewalli, uixin aid streets chili .)>ply with ]Ilk" ffe6t to. tbe -*a|1'1 Court: FRESH MEATS. ": .
_..'.. "i .'. ,{,; .r'yf'' WW>)I, gliull be!!constructed ccmpoimd of either tile ol Record and the' o1lteer.
._ >_ :\\I". . . Rv.--o: MEEKKissimmoe every Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock; vitrined brick orcement. "** *. ' 'bo- thereof, except. asprovided -
,
three ..
: ant .ulmpit| ) the prwentOfteTn --
except the fourth Thursday .at which "If uf til*. the Ul<. shall be laid In a lxl-of ce.niunt. . f reId .
>
W. W. CARSON D. b. S. Crimina' Court of Ke--ordMinl
time meeting-will 'Ix- held, at 7:30.:: not lenn than two inches Fla.
PARLORS t ont1 part of cement and three parts ..I HHnd and .
DENTAL
ill'yan cb..lbed\u.
aol
IVarlie E. M. E. C iv.
tlie
rer ( r-roolurat-ntj
.Delivery Every
.. .. .. Day at, Any HourJ'Patronage
(he Ji of the w lk.-liiill protected by .Ith..ra.I of ,...
RIVERS BUILDINQOVER I ; Mabel R. Overstreet, M. of R. & C. thH ""'JH"II'\<* '.11\\ until iLXfj1rmtlou of
x Inch wooden shall be ttanked '
Htrlp 'r byHennuda
their "1
O8CEOLA PHARMACY ,(/k OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W. .irrswi ....J.- the preHenl t'rui of ttlce. TIle wilary ur I Solicited ,
1T >
ju< | of said 1 Court "I J'N.r ..... .... fourth "If of vitnllod brick. the ed" of the brick North Kissimmee .
I TO \2' -MO..I o ; Meeting night second 8'i'IJ ihiMtHHud an f live hundred dullara. yt-ar, i.,. Phone No. B
OfF.C.. : HOURS ) ,1 TO 15 ... r.3 .fto.-1 Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. Hliall be properly protected by Bermuda irra.. sod I Ablecjuarterl.1 by thtCoanty: of Kaoasnbla cudtnaybelocrea.od \ .
M. by other sufficient ----I
or material I - f
H. T. Stanford C. C. by Legislature.,
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"If ol cement the liMit coat shell U laid not

D Real Estate Agency. I! W. B. JohnlTon, Clerk. (etui than one and a half Inches thick composed 011 I oflc From.. of antJ the after pr..the eDt expiration j jutV. the of Judge the t'rm of said 01) .

T. f AL RIVERS //KL i one part cement to three parta of sand and the ,. CVujrt of hm-ord shah hold Jj.MoflDoe? for four
ill coat shall be not less thaoone half inch yeark.JOINT. ArtesianWells I
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONOffice I II' ; [ Gen. 0. 0. .Howard! Post G. A. R. composed o' On. part cement and one part tbick.l. .
fr ..
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Realty bought and sold. and the eel" ollh. walk nhall. be ,
over Oaceola Pbarm.a.cyPHONES" Houses rented. Jf Meets the first and third Wednesday a I x3 Inch wooden strip and the uter edge shall I KhSOLUTION Proposing. au Amend- DRILLED ANY DEPTH

1 t Re81
fOfllce 148 .. non-residents. r. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades HectionX.All: ordinances p.rtaol ordinance* '''oilHtitutlotiof Florida, Relating, Etablinhmentfli .. r-
I j far L In. pnftict herewith be and the ....., or harcbyrepealed. of Court Let Me Figure With Yon
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Fire, Life and Accident InC cordially Be Resolved by the Legislature of tbe 'State.

Dr.: F. G. Thompson L surance. t W O. DERBYSHIRE, G. E. TARBOX, Read a first and second time by unanimous consent Of Florida I Guarantee Satisfaction

Indemnity Bonds..rvruru. fr Adjutant. Commander. and passed I. open session this l !th day ofAusust. That the following aineudin.n t Stxrtion\ fly -
L A. D. 1010. ty-flveof Article V of 11.. ( -
'nulUtutlon
-- of for
.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
.
'' .ur..,. .''' *. ?Jk I Attest: Ida Is
Preaching at SL Ooud hereby agreed to and iball be propose.nusnbmitted ..
Office Phone 64 Residence'1 : J. R. C1LBKBT. T. M. RIVERS.! > lo the. electors of the Bute for H. N. .BRATTONTHE -

I Sunday school every Sunday at 9.30a. Clerk. President ol' Council approval or rejection at tbe next general ele<* _
Approved this 17th day of August A. D. 19<0. tlon hereafter, that !"
m. Church service at 10.30 a. m. and Jooay, said Section Thlrtyflveofiiaid -

VANS AGNEW I L. 'at 7.30 J p. m., also on the third Sundayof M-(I'ItAI.t ) Mayor of T.City M, of MURPHY Klssimmve. read .. follow.Article .h.111M amended M as to -- -.

e P.A. W. m DUZOB each ihonth at 3- p. m. Christian Endeavor :: 8w :((5i $o coon oth..r than heroic t>ocl5"'" ".-.. Ss s as41 C

every Sunday at 6.30 p. m. Notice shall be rulabllftlied In til" State except thai "

I ATTORNEY AT LAW. .. .. . I II&ND j the Legislature may provide for the creation TWICEAWEEKTThIES.
I Notice Is hereby given to all
persons holding and establishment of
such
PCB.-.C 1 additional Judicialt'irtnltaas
NOAARY
I I Notice of Attachment claims or demands against the estate of Lieut. may from lime'toIOte become nooesnar7and : UNION

KISS1MMKK.U./ I HtaU of Florida j I'In CaL W. R. Cadman. deceased to present the for tb" appointmeut by the Governor !
Ocpolaolinty, same duly authenticated the :
to
underalcned.
and confirmation by the Senate. of addltioua!
Real Estate ("ourtj JutUre' Ctiurt.To within two )_... as prescribed by law. otherwise cult clrhnlgei thrrxfor whose terms of offlne The TL.Union'U1, ...d l, C
Dit.J. W. SIMPSON Detvoit: ;)oat <'oinpKny. Detroit. MichUrmn. the same will'be barred; and all penwna, indebted and and trueral jurindlrllan nball be the sam you (by' izuiil )rtb. Tae.
You are hereby nottAed that a Writ of Attachment to reid .estate.. hereby required. to mike immediate an herein provided for theClrcult Jude'.e beretialready Thursday iMruee of the dally, .

DENTIST! I haa bften taamtd against you. .nd your property settlement with the undersurned.JANK provided for, and may' clothe' soKMilniad containing all rffulmr eeturea.. e ,
attached to aatia/y the ,demand of A. J.lirlffith. CADMAN.Riecutrll !:. Coinmbwion will, judicial -'e67 latest market report and '
Up8t&irs In Katz Bunding. amoutilinir to fifty -dollar. of i"slat "'.W K. all mature nonn"1 with'-thp functionof powers 10 .pecial..
OFFICE 110 I "a: m- to 12 m> KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA) Now uok.a I you shall appear beforeT. M. Mur. B.it Cadman... Deceased. U..I z ..!I'e.) agriculture horticulture poultry .
UI'S. f 1:30to5:30p.w.: : phy. County Judffe of..W county' In and for aaldcounty --- ------- --- --'-- --------- -- --- ', etc. V

r. Telephone No. 76/ Jun o. lyr -; -- - __ _ _ :c a::. _ .t h*. ,>/tI".t X..lm.un& the 3d day Estate of C: H. Fountain Dec'd: 71K* %ot.._ vaHt in r-binpllMni-r with said pro.' I|}'j I I .

. . .. of October. 1"I".t' 10 o'clock In the forenoon Notice Is ilrsmetodui'UU'[ . cud: the canvas tl clara- ONE Y RAR. ONE DO LI AH. '
- -- --- -- - hereby flven that the uadttrMiipnedadminlfltrator .
---- -- --- -
J. W. THOMPSONFUNERAL judvmvnt will be rendered ....In.l you. and yourpropert of the. 1atateit. ( (' It Fount oJ" thou and returns thereof. p hall .be ""b'.led to r: >-.-.--.S*.... .. O S4
Mid to th. debt. tb .
pay reinregulation l'rewtrlcllonji< '\ .
WIL-LSUN, JR, will ott MoU lay, the 1.11. day of *4tember SM are
J.M. Ltatrd thin Ir.th day of AuiruM. A D. 1910. neat,I.makeinaiwettlemeut of his =.r.mlnl.lratlDD provided! by law for iffurral elections ID the.
H. D. GEIGER. 101 said e.laIO and sppiy; for his $: tate of Florida
NOTAHY I'VBI.IC. . / J M.tf Att.urn..p for Plaintiff discharge an .ueh .dminIMlr.Lor. la tretIu.ouy wb.r..r. 1 have he-eunuj set
'STATE LARGR. --- ---- -, --- N. U ba"". "clmJnl.traLor Sprigg
> -1 AT \ ] - -- Marc itb. 1910. lI.amo my hand and affixed Uie DIRECTOR Notice ol FlcrlJa al Tallabauiec.'tbe. 'apltkl this

I'' Real Estate Agent. andLICENSED Notict la hereby' .lven to all peraona hold In. mty-Bflb, day orJul1. 4. D. ] '1O. ,
Large desk blotters lOc this ,
at of II CLAY '
CRAWFORD
,
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA claim or d.mand..r.ln.l the estate of Nannie .
I EMBALMER OHver..deceased to present the anal... duly authenticated fice tf t8!..ali Secretary of State. PRESSING
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-- _. :
j
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to the undersigned. within two
Old can be bought at this officeat '" DYEING ... '
paper year*, as prescribed .by law. otherwise the aame Notice to Creditors
20 cent per hundred. Just what you will .be barred: and all persona Indebted to said REPAIRING .
NAILS-- Kutioa Is hereby Ch.0 creditor belie .
need.to put under your carpets, matting .eataw.. hereby. required to make Immediate and .
distribnUe of ....
etc s settlement with the unders.rned.Awruit 100 'lbs 8. CM Csstac. "Hall4.' S'.3 5 the e. of Temple JL. Minx .
.
duoeamd. that I hare been appointed administrator l
-- ---- Opposite.CourthouseKissiMiiEE 13th. 1910.PRANCIS. Write for priceao.MASH. .
------- - - ol the above
liaised ntete.
aid that nil
McDONALD DOOR9,8LISD Leave word ..
OU VCR KTCHillsboroneb at my hous and clotioti .
persons baring claim afsliwt the
astat
The finest colony proposition ever Executor of the Last Will and Testament must will be called tor and returned.
offered the public. H. M. Breaker, ..f Nannie C Ollrer. -. Ha r a ware Co. pres.nl them duly authentictod forl..lDeot 4uSatisfaction
KiBsimmee, has it and will tell you FLORIDA N. C. BRYAN. IIU-II12 Fraaalla! St. Tas .., Fla. within tbe Uiao prescribed, by law -------- N
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"Interesting I Items of News from the. r .' .. \' For 4e h next 30 : days:; we will sell I

__ t Little Glyifl the Southern This C'otipoa.entittea M *. ._' .. <; ... ,_ % : : -

Pert of (the County. ,I to. 25. ,votes in ,the POPULAR( VOTING; CONTEST .. ; .; .
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The people'>of' Basain er were very --:, t .(Signed) .. '.' .. ...,, ... .;M..j.. ? ..' ...: ,. S I," ..'.'' i \I 6 ,, ". '. "' '

much pleased to welcome the learner "' . .. '
t v , FURNITURE u .
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t under command of Capt. Clay .
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to Johnson, Jr., which.earn'eln last'Friday This. Coupon Not Cool After Thursday, Sept.;. 8th, 1910_ .. ,

a af temoon.. This it very encouraging to .. .
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'd the people of Bussinger, as it give .. '. K

p them hope of again ageing the Lillie r .

I soon.The young people of'' Bassieger' .have. BUTTER FOOD _

been enjoying quite a number of 'parties FEN'bL.EINSECT I'S

lately. Among those trial entertained Nature Has Designed t as Food for :

were Mlsa Gladys Alderman, the Human Body ;:

Ilia Atalin McClelland. Miss Blanche .
Addison, Pcof, D W. Alderman and Thproducts of the dairy are perhaps 4{ .. .

Mr. Clifford Pearce. These parties have the most useful articles Included I

( been thoroughly enjoyed by both young in the human diet. A meal made up'gf? DESTROYER AND

r C and old folk: dishes into which no product of the "

i' dairy cow enter would not be such as .
Last"Saturday crowd of i DISINFECTANT
mornina- to inspire "the turnpike road to peo to at these PricesIROSS
l'4 Bas.ingeryourlg people enjoyed a pleasant ple's hearts I find lies through their I L REMEMBER: . Nothing Charged Anyone .

, trip the Kltsimmee river on the I
up "
.. mouths, or I mistake mankind. Takeaway
'Alcedo Mr. Williams. A Dlstlsctlvely Merttorlous
belonging to Prtvarstloa! ,
the butter for the brad, the ,
The arrived at about '
} party Istokpoga cream for the coffee and the porridge, A rcvcatatlv of C.staf toss blsesses J"
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j" .. 12.30 where all enjoyed a sumptuous the shortening in the crusts and the i S

feast. Those present were Misses Reba, biscuits, the milk 'in the gravy and in
k Gladys and Pearl Alderman, Dora Mar. I INSTANT DEATH TO S
the puddings, the'cream for the dessert "
tin, Ataline and Addie McClelland GRAVES
Blanche Addison and Bessie Lawson;' and the various kinds of cheese which 1 l.< lot, FKH, iiKk.*., iimiitm. ,Tim;
please and satisfy, then take away the, S
Messrs.: Virgil and Charlie -Gillespie.I Ocitriyt Gsrat sat Slstilliis tU Eat tfIsMCtl
cup of milk for the little one and the ,
t I Keatley Raulerson, Earnest Keen. Reu- meal that would bfe left would be neittv Flu) flflpfl. Srt. rtrifM IIII UM. .
ben Carlton, Hendrix and D. W. Alderman ; .
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er tempting nor nutritious.The
; Mrs. Lena. Alderman, chaperone; r7Y
Mr. O. K. Roberta health'or our people depends so. Tn I nnR nf n nlll f n n 1n r n nn nn
engineer. V VVVV VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVV
t" much upon an adequate supply of pure OSCEOLA PHARMACY .
The telephone line has at last reached
dairy products that even a scarcity is
Basainger, and quite a number of '
our.!
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always attended by suffering and death. DISTKIBUTOnS'
people are having in their .
phones put
t homes, those being Messrs. Butter ill sometimes referred to as a READY NOW!
among
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This mistake. Butter is
luxury. is a
KISSIMMEE DRUG CO.
Frank Walker. Hardy. Walker Bob
not a luxury, but one of the necessitiesof I
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Pearce, Cuyler Milliard, J. J. Whidtien, Strawberry plants, $2.25 per 1000
life and ia such
its composition that
W. E. Underhill, Wilford Underhill ', GLASS-BOX ((221 tights) $2.75 .
nothing ran take its place and perform Tomato, Beauty, 2.00"
1 Joe Underhill and R. D. Holmes. All ''
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the same functions It is natur.'s'product I PIANO CONTEST CLOSED
J' we need now is' the railroad to make a compounded in the maternal SEE US FOR STOVES AND' PAFGEBHillsborough'Hardware Celery, Golden 'I 'L: 1.25" ,

Y little city.: organism, and the process is in accord Co. I Sage, ,50 100 .
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Underhill of Kis- I
4 ance with nature's raw a law which Plants 1.25 1000 .
l simmee, are visiting Mrs. Underbill's l I1I4-III2 PraiikllM Ht Terse, Hla J I Cabbage ::fts
r man a'an' imitate but can not under- / '
parents, Mrs. Bob J'earce
Mr. Felix Whidden of IJelray is visitIng stand. Man can manufacture from Various 1 T K GODBEY I We wish to express our gratitude for the generous patronage 4-
fats and oils a substitute -(for I bitter Old papers can ue bought at this "f' ,
; t his brother, Mr. J. J. Whidden. : Contest solicit continuance
received Piano and
by us during our a -
flee at 20 cents hundred.
but It can, not take the place of na per They are I WALDO FLORIDA

+I,.t\ Mr. Virgil relatives Gillespie and friends.of .Tantie is herevisiting ture's product, I heraUHi man rare not understand -, the very thing you need to put under I 34.Zt I of your trade assuring you courteous treatment.

Ii the needs of the human body your matting. I Our new Fall Sundries will arrive about Sept. I 1st.' Come
/1 Mr. Reuben Carlton and friend, Mr. I -
as nature understands them | "
a i' I. Hooker, of Arcadia were here on business I and buy.
The animal body i is developed bent.
1. last week.. I Yours'Respectfully.,
when nourished by foods, which have I j
'r '. Mr. A. C. Wright, Sr has been seriously A.' B. JARRELL .
.. been little manipulated by man and ma- ,,: Proprietor.
; ill for the past few days, but is Attention of Truckers -
.( chinery. Dairy products are, as a rule |
t's now rapidly improving. .
Mr. R. D. Holmes has line consumed nearly as nature produced ....,....,....,......" .,...,...,." .....,.." .... ,..........." ...
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them. This is particularly true with I
Ii. I shoes eto::. and Gardeners WHAT IT MEANS !
milk upon which the growing body must I! I e i

Our; school ia progressing nicely under depend. In the case- of butter only a I : Many i>''''r 1''- t., not know> a Bank" i it the skilful hands of Prof. D W. Alderman small percentage of other products are I I II : 'seen bank l of 'ittltt or n". cufxital' nu\ one with a l.rjf. oupilal !

and Miss Bessie Lawson. A IMNK AIMTAL AM HI!HPI.tS r
r added to the} fat extractedfrom the' \
We ,. T A fun 1 'Hit t"r<''-ris t tin tuft ..luon r'n I .*:** ih,'mforn toe larger \11 )a (tilHACtir .. .
regret to hear tbat Mr. Sol Mc- milk. Man only manipulates it in orderto Seed Potatoes SEEDS Poultry Supplies i a p.'I..n ttiw I.ponnro "a" Thtn bunk IIAM M ,

Clelland and family' are making preparations put I it in convenient, shape for use. I i ('.pll..t. eel. 00' "It .
I Harl.1 ius fun i,1 "r 1 I.>. r
'j; to move to Fort Kissimmee. It can still be termed a product of nature I -bo*'.h... NH
,. Mr. Ernest Keen left on the steamer ARMOUR'S FERTILIZERS
designed as only nature can design : A total ofTh | SUM' ) m.

Roseada for Kiasimmee last Saturday. for use as food by the human body.E. I Crensfiaw Bros. Seed Co Fla i m" nt t h-t wi nu..tl..t" h.r.re .mr dOI'"all" roll 10.. ..
t..':,' Misses Iris and Mary Lee and Ruby K. Slater, Secretary of the National I I Tampa, j, .,n* 1 bi. '.r.i.vti.MIi for VO| "

,,0. Oliver of KUsfnnmve have been spend Dairy Union! St. Paul, Mma. '. STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE S '

ing a pleasant month herein Bassinger, A. I;. nHOPO. 111', Local Aa"ntKIS'SIMMCE ee -

but left last week for Kissimmee.where Notice. ". "' CLOUD .1<, ..,..........:.:. FI..f"D..a:

;> they were to meet their' mother who Teachers examination will bef held) at XST. J .r A, .'Arno.: J '.HM M, LEIS !N. B. TABHON: -:
} has been spending a few weeks in Alabama : Praldent Vlee"Prosldenl, fishier :
the house in Kissimmee Fla.:
visiting relatives. court -." +- . , e...,....................,.."....,....f.f..e..e..f.tletter
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Mlsa Etta: Swain and Bryant, '
Ir' '. of' Fort;,,Drum We 40 in Bassinger last 1910, at "8.30 o'clock,a. m. '' 'f'j; : .
week. Teachers are requested to report I 1

promptly and to bring with them legal '-
I Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, : -
cap paper pens ink and the fee. of tl. :,
p/ Wednesday August 17th a son. W. J. S.-ars, Supt. Our XKW I STOrK) of Come Early
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* Rev. B. A.' Guy held his regular appointment I' -- --

t.." here last Sunday. Quite 'a Large desk blotters for sale at this : .
. large crowd attended the services, and office for 10 cents i Goods'itPI' School will soon begin. How about some

. -x there, is 'to be baptizing at the next :Old papers for sale at this. office I' ; fall and Winter I II nice patterns in ginghams for the gIrls'

Sir' meeting. 20 cents a hundred. I dresses? We have them. Better come
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{t' :9 Mr. R. II. Alderman has. gone to St. --- iI I 1 I II I early and get the pick. '

r u Louis on a business trip, and hit.eon, Notice of Application to Sell I Also shoes and hosiery that stand the

Ifr Clarence Is spending a few days in Kiaitnmee Lands.To nodc'arriVin; daily I Il .
II the wear and tear.
,, and Tampa. Both will returnIn all whom It may. concern: ----- -- I
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a t. .; It has been raining here nearly everyday f. Townsend guardian of the estate of Thomaa'BlaekwelL 1/ I ]I Ij '
Idiot. will make. application to CHAS. .W
for the put month, and the river th.1 DANN
.. Honorable M. Murphy Count fudge of CALL AND SEE THEM i .
p -. +. j. gradually rising _County. Slat*of Florida, at hia office In

Klaaimnnee City, Florida, am the :Ird day of Octo I j I ----
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....' a" ,. --\0' ber. A D Il lo. for an order to Mil at private pale I Ii
Bassinger Fla., let SHOES
; Sepf. the Intareatof the gold Thomas Blaekwell Idiot.

1 ..' :1 I The Northeaat quarter of the Northeast H. C. STANFORD COMPANY i iI
quarter
: e ill, but' we hope she is now improving. of the Northwest quarter of Cocoon Ii. In I i DRY GOODS

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Mrs. J. Whidden left last
;. Mr. and J. T'p tA. 9 K :ft k. containing 10 acre I I -
Wednesday for Fort Meade, where they Wit_ nor hand and seal l thU -nd of September I I FURNISHINGSC.L

', A. D. II
.. will visit relatives and friends. -
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,111,0 W. TOWNSEND
Mice Aealine McClelland happened tot I
fOuardlan of
a very-serious accident last Thursday, J [I-MOON. Thomas Klackwoll. Idiot ---,- .. .

while lowering a window one of the Attorney. ,
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broke and in she cut AaeNT
; panes some way POK.Goodwin ---

FvW ., ,M .one of her hands very badly. Notice of Application forTa.x,: Peed $$1LMO D Submerged Exhaust DeviceFOR

k Mrs.. Martha Walker. ba.- been ill the Under Sections 574. and 575

j y past,week: but is now recovering. Her ALL MOTOR BOATS '
General Statutes of the
y"" many glad to see her
fri.nd..re very
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't '. up agaill.ruct'fdrs.. State of Florida. Stickler Weedless Propellor Wheel

Notice la herebx Brlven that .B.W.llac. purchaaer -
r' Perry-Chandler are rejoicing -
of-Tax Certificate No. U, dated tha,till dar -
arrival of little "'- White-Bbkeslee Mff. Coy Mp.ll.rursnst' Stationary Gasoline
ov.r the
r" a of Aua-uat. A. D. '-) hoe Hied aald certificate In I Engines

daughter. my office" and has made application for tax dqed I 2 to 25 It. p. Stand Supreme for Simplicity Durability and Economy
Miss Gladys Alderman has been ill to I..ueln .accordance with law Said certificate
Lt -:- PumpingOutfits Any Size .
embrac the following deecribed property Bituatad ;; - -:'
for the past few,dnys, but we hope she e
In Oaceola county. Florida to-wlt: I

5 > is improving. I North ut quarter of north west quarter Section ROOPJN Post Office Address Kissimrnee Fla., or Call at Residence on Milliard's Island
Mr. Harley Holmes and brother Nathan i 8. Townnhip-'68 t in town Monday business: The laid land being aueued. .t the daU of the
were (.nuance of such certificate in the name o>f J. H.- A Genuine SURETY BOND GUARANTEE
Mr. Will Whicfden. of Palm Beach,
I Lanier, Sr. Unleaa salt certificate shall be redeemed iru was over last weak buying beef cattle accordinir U> law tax deed will Isnuathereon with every roll of Congo. THE PIONEER PLUMBING S SHOP FAA f

to .apply his market. on the 17th dav of September. A. D IttlO. .

c"" The people were again very glad tot Witness my official elirnature and eal thie the So many guarantee ate gi neD now- large and beat known Surety Coopaoietia H. EDMOND SWABEY'CONTRACTING

'" welcome the steamer Roseada, which 18th day of A uruet A. D 1 'O.ARTHUR . adajrt dial to a '%eitaui cztea4 they !have toil oxmlrjr. It protects you.LeoUd,. 1<: '
E DONBGAN..l
. loot llteir valm. but.the one which acoonpajiiet ...
' came in Saturday p..mr l.rk 1 Ircuit Court OaceolaKAU It u a d tiad, cleat-oil guarantee. ,
r tr Mr. Joe Peeples, of Arcadia, was in (- ) County. Florida each toll of Congo i> d( .r*of ..d any maa who doe_the .beat tooting
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t f town last Thursday I (for bit. none*. andwutiltieumc. . backed '.

F Two of Bassinger's young man, j\ U. D. GEIGEQAttorneyatLaw It i ii a gcQuioe Surety Bond Lacked by i reputable home u well. by a Surety .. PLUMBING. IN, ALL-ITS BRANCHES. . ,

Messrs. Keatley RoUerson and Marion j by the National 1 Surety Co. MM oi the Bo.dasdone better IbaaiamkiaCongo.I '
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Durrance left on the Rosaad last Sun- | Tinning Ih'uzillg, Pipe Cultiiifi:, Threading, '

visit .relative in'n I IWauchuU. Stvam Plpo Pitting Pump Work
will I
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day State Hunk Bldg. ,
<. I :ROSS GRAVESI. : J and General Jobbing .

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