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 16, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00455
Source Institution: 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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I L'', APARTHJL HOUSE fire arises..While or if Kissimme any unlocked'for ia' 'by'far. contingency th.1islthless -.. ._- The ;fall 'Session. of ""I.l LA YMEN'S-ASSOCIATION-- .; 653,765" VOTES CAST ,


town in the United States, the f. Accomplishing Great tfood Among .- *!

Will Be ,BI tit to Accommodate the completion of the sewer and water systema .OSceojaHigh, School the Men of Our City. So far in the .Popularity Contest :
will add still further to Its health- .

,Hundreds Who Will Come to fulness, and will be the mean. of many j .1. i I. There are, we regret to say a targe ,with Miss Grace Jolly In tfhc '

Klssimmee this Winter. !? t people corning h'ere.' to'get rid chronic number of people who do not attend a Lead with 277000.

: ---- ..'. disease that-have troubled them for Began on Monday Morning With an Enrollment church of any denomination, for the -
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But the door of our town "are its reason, perhaps, that the services are
larjrelv attended meeting of Klssim- years. ". of 467, Which is the Largest in History byMore Wonderful haa been
business men met In open to all, whether they be capitalists, too staid, too much sameness, and, the the eathusiasme

t )nee representative Nelson Realty Co. on workingmen or invalids, and a life of Than One Hutt1red.Mon'wiIl teachings of each i. along the line that displayed in the Valley Gazette contest
the
11' the,office of for the purpose of devi.in .- peace prosperity, health and happiness "' tbe surest way. to 'a seat in heaven Is during the put week, and aa the end of
night the
Tuesday is promised to those who come among thl""& tthat one" particular channel struggle\ approaches the friends of -
the
and mean to provide for ever be a memorable day training of.our children during the session each
ways contestant:
[
it to live. sehooIv but there is an orgination in the city- are ex.rUne.very -
acc rriod tion of the hundreds who will in the ld .of Klssimniee, for of 1910-11 are: the effort to land their favorite In first .

come to our town thiS winter.. The meeting on that day Osceola High School beganits Prlnclpal-R. M.Evans. Laymen'eAseoclatjon-that takes place. There has ;
'was called to order by Mr..E. L. GOOD MONEY fall term with an' enrollment Of 46? First Assistant Principal-Miss Al- different tack, goes at a fellow .alpng: been possibly never before

Lesley, president of the Board of Trade pupils, being 107 more. than answered .mena Leitner. the! broad line of "do right" and!"treat conducted a in contest Florida of INch magnitude !
that devoid '
WM so
A. S. Nelson stated its objects roll call on the first day oflheterm last Second Assistant Prlneipal-Pttrs. A your neighbors honestly fairly and un
and Mr. Is Being Made This -Year by Dealers selfishly." of anything that .savored of malice, for
which were that as a census of our tovn year,! and if the same percentajre' increase A. Simpson.; ._ the least semblance S
: ot ill
feeling onanyone'
The '
which held in theBaptist
in Cattle meetings, are
had disclosed the fact that there are occurs during the next two Eighth Grader-Miss; Hamrick.
part has yet to be Mell"- '
few if vacant dwelling houses for For the past several years cattlemen months as did the two months follow, Seventh Orade-Miss E. Futch.: church eyery Sunday afternoon There

rent, and any that the hotel accommodationwaa have beep, getting a little the worst of ing the opening of the session last ''Sixth Grade-Miss Della Leech. at 3:30: are attended by men only I and the count wag salt a very regrettable error.in
In
appeared last {u-
; not sufficient to comfortably care the game as to the price they received, year, there will be fully 600 children Fifth Grade-Miss Alb.ina Smith. are presided over, or led., by a different sue, the our '' .
error occurring when the
member each correction
time the leader
for the large number of homeseekers but this year they are certainly reaping attending this school on December 1st. Fourth Grade-Miss Edna McKenzie. taking .
was made in this
office in
who would come here during the late a rich harvest and If the present prices THe exercise. Monday morning were Thi d Grade-Miss M. C. Bryan. his own subject which is always along number of vote the 1

fall and '-winter it wa necessary for keep up for another season, cowboyswill most impressive, the devotional part Second Grade- Mlsa FJorrle Lawson practical lines, and the speaker never ed. The each candidate -receiv .;-
I stated that
paper Fraternity
fail.
be both
the business men to protect the interests be using autos instead of horses being conducted by Rev. Bunyan Steph First Grade-Mtss Emma Yowell. to interesting and instruct Hall received 165,456. and Miss Gena "

of Kissimmee, to use their best efforts during the annual round up. ens. o< the Baptist church, followed by First Grade Assistant Miss M. ive. The meetings "are doing/ a powerof Moon received 123,990 when the I i
figuresshould
to relieve that situation. Mr. E. L. Lesley of this city, who is Prof. R.! M. Evans, principal who made Woodall. good among the men of our town in have read Jl
leading'them back the of Fraternity Hall 123,
Every phase o( the question was one of the largest individual cattle own- one of the happiest and most sensible Music-Miss Hardy.F.xpressionMiss from to path 990, Miss Gena Moon 155,465. ... -\ f
which .
and good ers in Florida, on Saturday'shipped four speeches ever made to a body of schoolchildren _Plummer.7 Christianity so many men The
thoroughly discussed many M. M. "* .II. >..#' .1. stray when they leave the influence of total number of votes east to
hundred to and received $2.00 that he proud to
presented but the Tampa, saying was date is '
and feasible plans home and 653,765, divided as follows:
mpLher.
) was need-. per'head f.o.D. Kiseimmee more than be at the head of a school that had a .5.
opinion prevailed that what I he is resident KiBBimraeo :
he did last delivered in Tampa.Mr. standing for efficiency the best Every man, whether a -p
apartment ; year among
ed more than all else was a large I i Is invited these meet GRACE JOLLY. 277,000
a'etranger., to .
least seventy- Lesley will have all told about, fif- in America, and one to Which every II '
house, to contain II I ings. GENA MOON . . ..234,096FRA'fER.NITY
hundred rooms and that. the seen hundred head of beef rattle for teacher, every scholaj-/ and every citizenof .. .
five or a HALL .
the corner of sale) this year nearly one thousand of this county lent their best efforts to- I 126,550 -
vacant Vans Agnew lot on II MAY BELLE FOUNTAIN. . .
SPECIALRIZEOf 2,610
.would be which have already been marketed. ward its success. He said that the
Broadway and Darkin avenue I CHRISTIAN CHURCH; S. S . . . 510
to locate it. I' What makes cattle raising so extremely slogan "Watch Kissimmec Grow had --
the mo advantageous place I PRESBYTERIAN; CHURCH S. S. . 500
in thin county is the been adopted by our people, and that .
This holme will bern Huilcsof two and I profitable a' Pair of Fine Shoes Will Be Osh.9J.* HIGH SCHOOL. 500
be furnished immense prairies that furnish the bestof the immense crowd of children before I ,
throe rooms, and some will ; I KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND . . '
Given by f.. W. Dann.As 500
housekeeping, while grazing: and the num..rou.s lakes and him was evidence that the motto was : !
complete for light I
to be rentedtoourcitizefl8 I streams that provide the cattle with well selected and was being truthfully. j. the piano contest progresses the Campbell .;
left vacant
others will be Man E. E. BROWN . . 530
who desire to live in the water without their traveling any j'rPlit! lived up to. enthusiasm of the contestants greatly"increases. .*

community1 anl : distance. The large auditorium, which i is on the The rivalry between frien l Btssltiger ,
business .
center of the LENA PEARCE . : r.oo -
of their own. third floor, .was. filled to overflowing, i is wholly devoidof ;
who have household Roods working energetically BESSIE: WALKER. . . . 7,600 ;
Several months ago the Home Building -I TIlL LIP IS Off every seat being taken and fully one Of St. Cloud animosity, although each crowd is Nareooasee __

Association was formed in this city hundred being forced to stand, and it .working early and late to boost its can- MADELINE HILL . . . 500 a

Was liquidated. Messrs. E. L.Lesley was \general remark of the strangers didate into first place. -
later
but
DedaresSunday Pea
Mayor Murphy : ora SMasS
Btanfond and S. Ii. Bullock , whp attended the "exercises that the .I L Now l is'the time to use your best efforts
C.
H. 560
J. STRATTON .-.
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took over the charter, and these Gosing Law Ullconstit tional. children were the brightest and best since I arrived here. the contest is approaching Its '
My
appetite St..
expressed themselves as willing -II In order to settle any miHundt.rKtandIng behavKl they ever saw. After the exercises strong and close. Solicit at once everybody. ; those I' Cloud ,
gentlemen : : healthy, and the absenceth I NEVAIIYRa.-. ... "
:': V and anxiwus organize this new, that may exist as regards. the were over the children marched I E hills and mountains to climb at h r who have already given get them to increase RELIEF'CORPS: . 1.000'WOMAN'S

o / company under'that charter, which thef validity of of the ordinance prohibiting out in classes in the most orderly man- *fe is a Benefit -in itself. I honest their subscription to ten years. ; 500 N

meeting decided to do, and those v.ho sojdesire I j lie, Rule of necessities, or luxuries on ner to their respective rooms, being led I I"". I think that any of the old comrades ; Procrastination Is the thief of time. The result of the vote for the pair.of .

will be given an opportunity to Sunday, Marshal !McPhatteron: Sunday by their teachers where they were 811'.ijned'the i' i ferinR from any kind of heart troub su(I, Remember, no coupons cut from the hoes to be given by C. W. Dann on ."

" subscribe for alimitetlnumberof shares last swore out a warrant against Mr. : seats they will occupy this ,I j will greatly benefit/ their\ health by cor 1 I paper count on Dann's prize shoe offer- next: Saturday night was:

and as MOl( as enough stock has been LaRffe. proprietor of LaRue's Cafe, session and after the classes were organized ling here. only certificate coupons signed by the GENA MOON 78,000 '.

S taken to make the plan certainty, a for selling on that day, and that gentle.mM. and instructions given as to i I- contest manager, and these are.obtain- GRACE ., 27.000 ,.

meeting will be culled( anil a permanent / n was tried in the city court, whenMayor what would be required and expected I Among the arrivals on Wednesday! ed by new or renewed subscriptions' to FRATERNITY HALL . . . . 2,000 .,

organization effected, in the meantime I Murphy made the following of them during the next eight months, *7 : train wan/ Luella Harris, nine-years oh. the Valley Gazette. Send yours today On every'subscrlptlon_ to the Klsslnv :

an architect will draw I'lan"ofan--\1f1-to\ rnl.ng: they Were\ dismissed for the day. Very I I who came to St. Cloud all the way fro if you want your favorite to win'the! mee Valley Gazette you will receive acertificate

date building that will not ,only b"e a "I have been Mayor of Kissimmee few of these! children who attended last >,1 Cincinnati alone. Miss Harris was!. hei prize piano and the prize pair of shoes. for rotes, to b. given 'to ....

credit to our town, but will go a great four years, and this is. the first case session failed of promotion to' J until last spring:! when with her mothel The contestant returning the greate your favorite contestant, as follows: .

;: way toward relieving. the situation this brought before me for a violation of the grades, which! was due to the I Mrs. Grace Harris, she returned to Clr amount in certificate coupon's will be Six months, price 5Oc500: votes, -

'), winter. Sunday 'aw.- Khave given the matter of the tea' hers, and graduates cinnatl, but, as she told a '.Trib ne rt awarded Dann's; prize shoes.,on Saturday One year, 'I. $1.002,000 "

4 It was learned, at ,UilS meeting that a ,careful ,consideration besides securing school are admitted Intq any higher"" porter who met her at thetrtin, "8h night, September, at 8 o'clock\ ., Two 'OJ $2.003.000' '.-.:..,.';

few families who had moved here from other legal opinion upon! the subject, in. America without examination.' I just couldn't 'stay away any longer.' at Dann'a'dry goods store.. Three :' 3.00-==1.500 *. "
1. and I believe the city 'Sunday closing Those who will have charge Her .
the West durmgthpBStmonth: and who : father is a property owner her Four" $' .OO-l(>,000()( .

brought their household goods: with the I ordinance in unconstitutional inasmuch! I I Osceola. High School and the care and l and aheiaa: nieqe of R K BOU.I. ... MEETINGi OFV.T. S. Five" '. $5.00-15,000 .':. ..I '

intention of remaining |perma.ntly, as it conflicts with the State law governinfj -' Ten" 14 $10,00-25.000 II
"
were forced to cave because they were I the same subject. Fifteen if '15.00-CIICQO .1
An ordinance has been introduced in Decatur Illinois HeraldIs Entertainments )
unable to rent confortable houses in Members Lay Plans for nch
ftobtatn '
l which, to live, much to their regret as I the city council to cure the defects in in Near future paper a Free Vote
Coupon which
Counts
I 10 votes The -
well as to that of our citizens. the law, and is now in the nands of the
ordinance committee, and will probablycome There was a. Hfffo and enthusiast] votes must be placed in the ballot box.1thd3fOOdsetoreofC.W.
?More than a year ago the Valley Gazette Called which U
to Account Wm. .
Hahman of Altoona
crusade aur bus up for action at the next meetingof by meeting/ of the V I. S. at the Council J
began among
a
Dann
mess men along this line, and on num- that body." __ ___, v Pennsylvania, for Its Unwarranted Attack chamber Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock in this,on box Broadway.: by. All balloU must be
noon on
Thursday of
of the ladies each
Many have
attention to just returner ;
erous the lack occasions of proper called accommodations their for AFTER 47 YEARS Upon the State of Florida. from their summer outings, .and are week. The key' is in the hands of the

pastor of th. H. EL church.
the hundreds! who would come here I *- ,-.or'. .. willing and anxious to &0. on with the .

during the winter months but is was Sisters Are Reunited at Gloucester goodoWOTk M far as they posaiWy can "

not until fully five hlllldrtod people left I affords the Valley Gazette pleasure I porting herds of cattle The'soil I Is IIi All Unfinished lu.ina'a l WM 'Completed 1 MANYIMP.ROVEMfNIS% .

., Kisaimmee last winter because of failure Through Dream.. to print the following article, as it ia rich as'you probably have in your best and plan for otjier vV'firk discussed.7d V1

i''" Seperated forty-seven years and reunited written by a man who made a thorough( soils; in Illinois. t now the -
to procure confortable sleeping < society I. very much \\ViiI' Be Made by the Kissimrn Td .* !
:$$; quarters that they awoke to the fact i through a dream, Mrs. Laura study of the coil, innate and general I feel that in ;justice to the people of. hamplfeff for latlc of funds, haying

that it was just as essential to keep' Collver of 36 Sussex avenue, and her conditions prevailing In this locality; Kisslmmee and for your on citizens, been to cWisWera&Ie' expense in paying epItome C mpany.. 4

t' homesoekers here as it was to induce : sister, Mrs. Louisa Corlette, who meat with the result that he Invested heavilyin you ought to publish this letter, -cor for street sgis... replanting palms on Mr. E. S. Eeeland, manager of 'the '4,

;" them to come, if they desire our' town: the home,of the latter's son-in-law, real estate both in this town and recting the misrepresentation\ which Broadway and faying the cement approach Kissimmee Telephone, Co., j tated to, a; ",

. Harry Johnson, at 711 Powell street, county and, as he says, none of his you made about Kissimmee and >
to prosper and progress, and the organization its to the school house. Hope to representative of the Valley Gazette a' .
--'t* I Gloucester, will return from that place land is for sale. The people who knock neighborhood
: of this company is the result have some entertainments in the near that our city has outgrown the present Yf

l of that! "agitation.THE. tn Mrs. Oliver's home tomorrow.' this section, and Florida in general, Yours truly, future to replenish our .depleted bank capacity o( the Ireai exchange, arid hev i

'J ., Forty-seven yean ago, when their know nothing about it. Those acquainted (Signed) Wm. II. Hahman, account. is now preparing to' enlarge and 1m-.
father died at their Baltimore home the with it have nothing but praise for it.
General Manager. Member. It. The
prove capacity'of Y
TANK I __ _ _-_ __ the switchboarU .
The
article
.j! two women drifted apart. Both of which self-explanatory I uh now ueed'!II 200 phones, which i a.'

.; I them were married, and with the cares follows: all filled and several
of their families weighing heavily Bobbins Coming to Florida. MR. L M. MARSH orders for phono ,'* ..
upon are being held up because of inadequate 4 '
for the Water Works is Now Being
1 them they found no opportunity to Office of Lilly Coal Company Decatur, III., Sept. 13th 1810. facilities. ,

A Erected. communicate with one another after .Altoona, Pa., September 12th, 1910. Editor Kisaimmee Valley Gazette. Will Undergo an Operation at the Mr. Be land has purchased, .and is)

their departure. Each hearing nothingof Editor Decatur Herald Decatur, 111. Dear Sir-I am in receipt of a mark- Hospital in Orlando.For expecting In a abort time, a 820-line .
The laying of the sewer pipe is about the other believed that Sir I
death had Dear -I learn that an article apopeared erf ofjrqur bcaranheLtj,4 .
OPz. lrU'egud..to
paper an hewill- _
completed and the wate mains will be :
parted them forever. "in your publiCation recently article} that appeared in'the Decatur several week l: past Mr. L. M. put in cables the length of Broadway '

laid before the 15th of October, while ; Two weeks ago. Mrs. Collver had a which cast a slur on the efforts of the Headd a abort time ago. I want to say Marsh,of the firm of Marsh &: Whidden, also.a full metallic circuit, with two, '\ .'
the tank i is erected that will
now being most realistic dream wherein her sister local paper at Kissimmee, Florida, to > start that said "knock" in the has been confined to his bed suffering{ wires for each phone, which will all ,
*
supply
the with water' for both
1 people appeared to her and informed her boom that locality, and which article Decatur Herald did not come from me, with a tumor in his side, which has viate all trouble vlth creased wires. He

domestic use and fire protection. When that she was living in New Jersey. The speaks disparagingly. of Florida in aren- as I am not in the habit of knocking on fraduadly grown in size, despite the will also put on an additional operator I .
these things are all completed the
'. following night the vision appeared eral.A. things that I know nothing about, and best medical attention, until it was finally next week, the number of calls having
water turned into tt mains and the
s
again and Mrs. Collver was told that few years ago the writer becamj as for land-sharks or anyone else getting decided that the only thing left to be increased until it U Impossible, for

", underwriters have passed upon them, her sister was in Gloucester. interested in some real estate in the' the best of me, believe, 1 am able done was to perform an operrtion, and operator to make the comnecUoIt one, .

Kissimmee can correctly be called one When Mrs. -COllver took her husband town of Kissimmee, and more recently to hold my own with any of theWi.' he was taken to the hospital at Orlandoon is the intention. of the to .
the leading cities of inland Florida : company
(i (f'f it is now' of the most into her confidence and asked him to purchased c tract of 1,200 acres.of land On the other hand, I am friendly Wednesday by Dr. T. M. Rivers and split the Bassinircr and St. Cloud lin..._ "

and as one prosperous. I look into the matter-Mr. Collver net in the neighborhood, which is being de- towards Florida, and intend some timein Mr. Pat Johnson; his brotherinlawfor so that each will have a separate: line,' "

. progressive. superstitous and laughed at his wife's veleped as a plantation. None of this that which '
.. -- The hundred! the future to make a trip to your purpose. will add greatly the'conven- '
tank will be
one feet creams. She became so Insistent, how- land Is for sale, so that I am not directly State for the purpose of satisfying-myself -1 r. Marsh is one of Kissimmee'foremost ence of those using phones in the low.er .
above the
ground, and will '
have
a capacity ever, that he finally agreed to write! U hit by your k'nocking of Florida and about some Of the claims that are business men and noted fo his a/f-/ portion of the county. Many other
of less Hundred
something than
thousand one the Gloucester postmaster and to his Cissimmee; but if you were to go toFlorida being made for Florida land and if 'able manner and square and honest Improvements will be made in fact the

;I'" gallons. The well that will surprise and 1 the delight of his wife, ; as I did, and look over the things suit me, I expect to invest some dealings.,. The progress the disease made company will keep apace with'the "

l 'was supply this tank, an account of which word came back that the missing sister ground[ you would, no doubt, be Mtonl I money. upon Mr. Marsh caused universal regret growth ot our town and county and ,, -
in the
published Valley Gazette was really living in the town. l shed at the developments that are going The article in the Decatur Heraldwas among ouT people, and they all'hope the will leave'nothing: undone to fnrnish IUatrons -
three weeks is
425 feet
,
'ii ago deep and Yesterday Mrs. Collver and her husband : on, at the amount of Northern
capital written by a young man who came operation will result tn his complete re- 'p with the best and most efficient'senric'e. ( .
.,i flows .370'gallons a minute-sufficient to journeyed to the! home of the son- going into the state, and at the into office and picked coverry..Mrs. -. .
\ supply the needs of this town for years my up your paper, __ ._ '_ .__ _ : ,. .
in-law and the large for ---
possibilities the
warmest reunion that small investor ; .
taking same with him ,
to come-and the.wafer has been away and I assure . S. B. Aultman and Miss Bet "
; testedand tie : Mrs. : v
who Pilley's ;
conld be imagined resulted. wants to carry on agricultural pur- you said article was written with- Aultman new drug store ia now :
proved to be absolutely pure. (The above is taken grom a Newark, uits. There ate tracts of hundreds out knowledge who !have bo.en.. spending, the nearing completion and the provpectr .
or
,-: my consent.
I
A. mammoth brick reservoir haa been N. J. and summer at Somerset Ky., were called are that she will b. .able)
paper, and the Mrs. Collver referredLto probably thousands of acres of Yours truly to move _her
S built, close to the well which will be) ILLhe i mother-in-law Mrs. prairie land in Central Jlorida, teemingwith H. G. R bblns home this week by the serious ilnaa| Mock In by Oct. lit,. at which time,Mr. }:

1., "keprfilled"; iiJy-f r use In cawe of Jennie Collver of Kissimmee.-EDITOR.) a rich growth" of' grass and aupt City C mDtMI', '''' of a...Mrs'.-...J. 'L. Pherigo, a sister of Mr,, Cola' lease ginaon. the. building.which.' ; ..4.

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( ARCHITECT The 270 acres, 180 acres of which JH '---- FROM J
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fail to a few acres of cypress, atrord-I) ..i KANSAS CITY J e
tall I lots of good telephone, telegraph I 4
Designs for All Classes ot Buildings
: fence |>onts, The ;posts on these AND RETURN FOR
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It.f: RESIDENCE WORK. SPECIALTY the :; .. ) (covered by cypress timber. There e $34.00 uu'd spend 25 days +
r'' \. regular < ] : ( several acres. of Kood land in culti-i 4. i"r .
of our School] house; on the land and | e
I' l y1-;fxJino! )Postoflice,. Long enough' time to investigate( the) { best J
Last (hurcli! and buHiness;
and las ) ; . on the corner of the farm, rents 0 I land in ainy iniinljer of'jicres ever TUliicctl .
' : "tlr' month and nsiclence that ,
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tending: : l ( {" throve that/ brings' 11I1 'income, 4. lor sale) by .

: FENOLEINSECT I d.-n. \ -' ,'" pastures to bring a nvenxu t .
rI I Elmer olund has 8-2.4KHJ encumbrunce and 4: W. s: ALYEA .
I Lee i worth $2:; p| "i-r acre Lands nut irn-
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further. from. town are : Rooms 11 & 12 :Stale; Hank Hl.lK KISS1MMKK FLA. X
DESTROYER AND Rudy ( for nijf-44 th.it price lien. IS
Johns, I excellent opening to make. a good! in. ..........................

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DISINFECTANT .- I land I"..lcJI'I-' (H to a Kansas inn n. .
Mr. ; 1 might ac. <-t j{{ixul Kansas. (proper .,
haw b. ; I nj;ar Central I Kaimas as part pay.
A DIstlBCtlvcly Meritorious Preparation Mrs ;

/ A Prcvcslatlvc of Cottatlous Diseases Miss j : \\''.. also have a fine plate containing FOR
Lcatie acres' all fenced, has a mill- 'of I
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INSTANT DEATH TO her about :too acres. of rich prairie muck "The Truth
<' for the balance
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IK tail, Fleas, RiKtei. MitigltMt Flies; )
Dr. I and pine timber land; has 4-ropm
Dutiirt Germs Ml statures tke rut; N l '
getting ) and about 1XI( bearing orange I
iRitctt; Flu l Od u art rurlliel i; 111 Ut.*. Mr. \( | ....". and sufficient land in cultivation'': i
' hi" crowd !: extend the grove ,to good! paying{ '' About Florida"and
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OSCEOLA PHARMACY Mr. i I This. is a valuable place and can be,
tamed for $25 per acre, on .most favorable
the rm of payment -- values in-- ,
DISTRIBUTORS
Full particulars to interested !partieslelson .
family, ,
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} t mer Riley ) : ; ; Realty Company Farming, Timber and Citrus '

1 manufacture all kindl of CuncretaBuse were
I make a aid walk tile that 13 a Mr. issimmee Florida.
t ute,don.t be fooled with an Inferior ar Friday

( Pier.. Block.. 5c.. B"c.> 7'',. No. 1 cement Miss I I' ) ictical Information. Fruit Lands, Orange
Brick Ill.00 per 1000. No. 1 Red Preued her There sertns to be no limit to the ef-
I Brick $15.00 par Uipimand. Door St p" of her ; of the VNOIson &'J corner Fertilizer
/30o lln. ft. Side walk Tile. ,..13.1.... lOe., 1 tier ; ; | of Jacksonville, Fla., are makin to i '
I In 14o. Building Illncka I'lo: to IBo /' :; the successor. their constituents., I' '
-":;) j v" I aim hare added a line of cement Vtaater. -. 1 !I booklet folioIJook; let. each one! j, :Groves and City, Properties: 1. :
o ,. ,, 'n'.q, &f. Plaalcr I'arli. Lime and Fire Brick-,' ( with a differtint. phase of wrest-). : ,1 j ,
'Bee me before l>u>inir. :will Bell c1,c.p- .nwney.ftom Florida? soil. On our I
I sk lies a 7.f: page LooK 'ntitled Floridaigetables '
Kissimmee Granitoid WorksB Of the . which gives\ e"eral l arti- Write or call on I
1'F.'.. on tillage anti seed b&J* and then
D.caI Business BroadwayBargains. up alphabetically all UW different I
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: ,' products raised in the\ tate for
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..' R. D. WARING & CO.
\ : fertilizing, culture' and marketing, ;
then directions as to the way to''
J I any insect or fungus troubles i Mil- I i ,
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title page to the back cover it I
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I replete interesting I( Kissimmee i Florida
matter. The most experienced gar- ,
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In all kinds of Real Estate. I I this publication while to the new I[ _ u. -
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Fire and Life Insurance :and request
Armour's Fertilizers. Renting I
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Boat Builder 1 I. The Towrl of St. Cloud I The Graystone Auto GarageAGENCY ,



I HIGH GRADE -AGENCY FOR- .
ITEMS Of INTEREST CLIPPED since J arrived here. Iffy appetite is
MOTOR BOATS. SAIL Q 0 \
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'AND HOUSE BOATS
fROM THE ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE
the hills, and mountains to climb at. my I
.." PAIRfNG'"A'A SPECIALTY I j Age> ( is a benefit in itself. I honestly I OVERLAND GAS AND ..

) Representative 'for Ihc think that any of the old comrades Buffering
MIMH. Mild\nil and Mr. Fred Kelleriwore I HUDSON +
tin, guests( of MrK. J...W. I'rentis! from any kind of heart trouble STEAM CARS '
Mariae=Ingi1Te of Kmwmmre last Wednesday. will greatly benefit their health fry com- i WHITE n I i
i I II ing Tiijn*.
TERRO The Wat Id'I SlufliU 7-Cycle Hittr' I I i
Walter Burns, cha.rman of the School1", Supplies; Repairs and Accessories :
Among the arrival) r>n Wcdiicuday's
Board l of Onceola Bounty, and, Joe Sears I ) Ar r
Pumping Engines Irrigation Plants motored over from KisKimmei on Monday i train was Luella Harris, nine years old .. t
.. morning f vvho came. to St. Cloud all the way from AMPLE GARAGE
l Cincinnati alone Miss Harris here ROOM PHONE 164
was
t. A. l AI, SON, President:; .S. t I llltVAN. XJttTAH\ ..
Miss Eflie; Lawso,,who will teach the 'untlllast.. prinK, when with her mother, :'

The primary school at St Cloud, was in townon Mrs. Grace Harris, she returned .t 'Cin.' \
I Waters & CarsonGrocery Wednesday Jast' and lookW over'the tinnatl, but, an she told a Tribune reporter'whe .
met her at the. train, "she'
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Industries
in ,.town.MiBB, Lawson half,
i : lived in" Kissimmee for several years, just couldn't", stay away any \longe;" The BASS :
MARKET
Company and was gn'atfy l'Iurpri..latthe' ) growthof Her father \Is 'a property owner here ROLL
and, she Is a niece of B. F. Uawls. thelawyer. )
our city. 9"
I She (I's stopping at present on ad:'1 1.,14., One Block from Depot .
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:Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Menz arrived New York avenue pending the arrivalof y
-Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Monday morning from Brooklyn, N. Y. I her mother who is expected l within Fresh Florida of nil kinds.'

After inspecting their property here, the next few dayti.Col. !. MEATS ..
ami Western
GROCERIESWE I they stated that their impression of St. u .i'

Cloud wasa* most favorable one", and !. J. C. Casenburg, Co. b, 65th Illinois
I POULTRY" EGGS; FISH
that they were highly pleased with I Infantry, arrived in St. Cloud last FRESH

their holdings. Mr. Menz js an expert Friday. Col. CaaenburR{ comments on .
Special Allenlion to Phone Orders and Free .
cabinet maker, and will be prepared to his disappointment in the land until he
SELL WE BUY take orders in u few days. reached Jacksonville. After leaving Delivery lo any part of the City. Phone 189

there the land seemed to improve, and' tt

HAY HIDES 1 1I I Incidental to the report that cotton : when he reached St. Cloud he was extremely Y7

GRAIN I reached; its highest price since the Civil pleased with the country. Com-I

FURS I War-20 centn-last Monday in New rade Casenburg returns to his home in
ROLLINS COLLEGE.
FERTILIZERS! York, we wish to say that if any of our I Friendsville, Tenn., and will short'y' return _
WOOL readers want to see what cotton will do with his family' to St. Cloud. He FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLBOB \ J

SHINGLES AND I' itvS, Cloud, they should .call at the I states that St. Cloud is the "infant WINTER PARK -*,' --- ----.--- -. -- ,l, ..tDCPARTMAT8
ORANGE BOXES .. : home of the Blakes, who live on Kentucky -]wonder of the world,1' and wa? amazed '

ORANGE' ALL avenue near 14th street, and see at the progress made in so short a time. fallen. A..d.mySchool of Vu.lc.! School FM "Arta. School l of Kxpreaafcm. School at '?
.I WRAPSVEGETABLECRATES I in their garden as fine samples of up- When leaving home Col. Casenburg was ''. Domestic and Induatrial Art. Biulneai Shoot! Oouran for T..ah.rs.FACULTY .. '

COUNTRY.PRODUCE', land cotton an any ever grown in the ill. lie has been sleeping in SL Cloud Twenty Profewon and InBtructara;prepared In th. forano PnlvaraltiM of America site
South. between two open windows, and the Europe. r;
CRATE NAILS I fresh breezea: hero have helped him, aqd; On Atlantic Lout Line and Seatxrri Air LOCATION Una.es mlln north of Tarapaon the tamaiU"Flor \ ti
I he leaves us much improved after his ida llirht I ";m one of the moot beautiful and healthful towns of th. south:no malaria
The meeting of the Veterans Assof,a-1 I short stay. BUILDINGS .
Ten eommoilioui and attractive buiMlnire;Science Hall eostln' MO.IOU now In' proeuaa of
last broke all attend- :
:i tion on Saturday \ rectlon; a eampuc of 26 duet iloplnir to Lake Yirvlnla. which connaetad br navicabto We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. i I ance records since the association was I II wttl.: three other l lwa; eeiuaratflOutaid. *room for each ntuilvnt. ; rleetrio. tights; flre protection '
:quarter of a million dollar!endowment,
We give special attention to fitting out hunting) and campingparties. instituted in St. Cloud. This is certainly j I ATHLBTIC8 ,
I inf)I Foot ball bane bill baekot ball,golf tennla. boaUnic. .wlmmlnK.erequlrad Brmnaitlea" Golf
of increased
indication the
a clear llnke and irymnaiium aa floe..soy In the riouth. Y ,
o Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.. terest'which lit i being taken in the af- ;>. Thoroughly Chriatian. but undenominational in ""Irlt.nd control

"' w, are county:: agents for good tertilizsrs. Askl us for circular I fairs of the colony. Also the presence, I.I.I NOT having; any_ further team< R.v. William F. Blacheoan Ph. D., L.L. D., roaldoat. .' fl'I:

:, and prices on fertilizers I ot many new faces is very noticeable. with the I ",. ....'".!,

; It is quite evident, that the "evacuation I Hunter Land Co. I shall be able I f '
-- ,- - \of the North" has commenced. I II I John B. Stetson University t:

j )cotacocx: oooooocao<>oc>.o >oc>cx>o<>c<>oc>oooocx>o<.>ooQ to( give my" full attention to ; UNCOLN HULLEY. Ph. D.. Litu D.. I L. 0... President : r.....

I Q. A CARSON '.J. A. CRANFORD. *. l.tI.l.>PFER.VicePwaldent. I I The entertainment given bv the G. A. i all photographic work, and THE BEST SCHOOL' TOO IS ISSSi. FOR YOUR CHILDREN "\',.'." t

'r truldi-nt., Secretary R. on Friday night last was a big suc- shall be glad to have the fur- SEND THBK TO STETSON,y
cess both socially and financially. A 49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts
large and enthusiastic audience filled) ther patronage of my friends. 17 University BulMlngs College of Law t
the hall, and the various numbers were I 28 Acre Campus College of Technology .. 'I'
leave work at
Phone 121
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KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. 681 Students Last Year College of BusinessPreparatory v.
: well received and applauded. The en- '
of business, $250.M.O' Endowment Academy
tertainment opened with selections by :i my place 15...* Volumes In Library Normal and Model Schools .,
: the band after which the Bonnet Drill S10.000.0 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Ar'ts's i:
'i 10 Large Laboratories Science School of Music 1' .
was given by ten ladies and received repeated f,
I Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts '- l'"
and Dressed I encores. Songs and .recitations I "The ( I Separate dormkoriei,tar roam vwa and.. tonne womea.JinMiu Careful admlalamtioa sad.l Aorowa uaarrtin* ifs I'
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Pugh by various memoirs made up the lest KodakPaee"i : ud Dot aactariaa._..nll'. For caulon or --. for iatonnaUoa.or lor room rcaenrerieai, a arial' .
of the program;several special 1 numbers I Ii I II ,.JOf:' B. STETSON.VERSITY. LAND. FLORIDA. ,
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John Mor.rilof .Helena, Mont came 1 1I 1I 1I UIHESVIllI I TlUaltlSff I'
here the first of last July suffering from JAS.F.BROWN A SUPERIOR IUT IHEXPENSIVE .INSTITUTION FM I College ArU and Solen.,... Normal; So_'.
heart trouble of six stand- i I flORIDA YOUNG HEN' School of Mule:School of Art.School of Expra.
organic years Four eol......, airrleu'ltural experiment .ta olI; Ion.School of Ho HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY._ [ing. In speaking to a representative of I Univerettr exUineion. 4i profeeaora and aaalatanta. Flnt elaae_ equipment Ihr utbout. Tuition f.....
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The 'Kissifflffl ee' Valley Gazette I' ECHOES FROM: (EDEN. ,11 ; J! . f. .

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)Vhalever'trouble. Adam had, ,
: EVERT FRIDAY.Office .
'No tnal n' cotfld'make him"ore, .. .. ...
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"in Valley Gazette Building'. '.
By saying when.he tolj a jest, ,
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W.- B, HARRIS, Editor *.d Prop'r. -Success Magazine. .
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% J': TRIHLETT AaaocUte Editor: Whatever trouble Adam missed, Kissimmee Lands"

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SUBSCRIPTION RATESw : Eve fell out
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o..u IDOD\Ia8.\ ..-...*-.-. ... ... ... 60AH He'' 'couldn't slam.th door.Birmingham . ,. ,
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i ,Mteted matter will.not be rcturnwl vnlwiMttodfor. Whatever troubles' Adam bore, , ,, .
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w.a"a lucky man '
i He was not nightly told to dump FOR'SALE"
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The ice-boy water pan. "
Parties receiving this paper -. Detroit Free Press. ,

who are not regular subscribers '
the'intention Whatever troubles Adam had, I '
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price, as ft la mailed to them com In the good old summertime. .
.26.000 Acres $6.00 Per Am
\ plimentary by our Bojard of County \ "': New York Tribune.Whatever : .

tJ' Commissioners for the
r purpose troubles Adam hll"' ,
; of acquainting them with the. ' -. .
The old off ,
chap Rot light; I ,
li\ many advantages) and) opportunities Eve never told him dinnertime Adjoining the .
: t : this town and county offer ., .
That maw'd be here toni ht. f'
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paper '
Savannah New". '., KISSIMMEE COLONIES .
t" be mailed for a f/w weeks to any . PRAIRIE 1

,\ ,, I "" person" whose name is given us, I Whatever troubles Adam had. "

and if they should desire to receive There's onehe missed, I'lljjwn, .
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t it regularly thereafter Eve took a summer .
I. we never \ Address the owners -
i : would be" glad to put them on our And left Vim home alone. ,

.'" t :. subscription list at the regular Tampa Tribune.Whatever .
I ARTHUR E. DON EO A-N otid P. A. Y ANSAON '
I t rates.-l per yvar 50 wnts for W.
) six months.A trouble* Adam hnil. .
And he h-ad I .
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crowd from Missouri will Fettle. IIIJ' I
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Out of town papers refer tOJ that I to become"a 'resi I-
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as having viHilvd tlieir "la e. Our locals I, "
dent of anil I wish to thank --
yoiir city .
read" "they stopped here. I
,, ., ____ ___ -__ - I I you very kindly for tinsnini-. 1 hope .Senator; Hrowaril. Mabybv. but we returned to Davenport after an absence Hide track at !Davenport. This IN amove \
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up. and you know mi' better, that 1 tli.it.. Madison. Ilirtfrpnse: Keconk-r. in l1urcolt.n and ha a fine thrifty young ... people will just give us a depot,
7 move( is to number the houses. K i1Osimmee | "
; will be able to merit flutrcxxi! things Hill. 1'lIut a rumor, lie's a steadybonnier. ---- orange unrl grupe: fruit grove of f five they will have our sincere thanks. Pro-
is a city not the flag ft at inn it was I '
\ a few I you have staid abliut me. Interesting News Items From) (Ihe acres started on it, which he intends to mi es are way made, but we want the
yearsIntensive age. '
\Vry'8incerely yourK."W. enlarg* ..oon. Mr. Bently is an /COOtia.
-=c.-=-,,-==-= --C I Mow To f Kill< flies. and little ; uP-ta-I'
B. Crawford. Thriving Prosperous dat business man We need a Mr. Dahlgart took with him some tine
culture! Diversified culture! like hi boot. I specimens, of broom .corn kaffir com) I'
1".l,1 I Kuletin of.the Fly Fiicliting\ Colony Town. TI to help ; Davnport Of
Now it Js progressive culture--the young Committee, of the American Ci\ic Association. course she -.':;:1!! do her own boosting if : and sweet potatoes, to show to the pt.o
people will cultivate their minds-Osce- W. U. Crawford, lately the talent..dt'ditor of St. Charles what Florida do.
y"eu will come and see her, "but just the' pie can
cIa School has of the IVnsacola-News, has finally | I H was a jolly crowd that lamlrd in '
opened.
High acid" vMr. Richmond of Aurora, also took
To clear: rooms of tlies carbolic name a man like Mr. Bently is a gr..ath..lp
-- -, -- decided, after"l looking over the stnte, Davenport the of '
- ---- -' on evening Thursdy some specimens of the same kind Mr.Kichmond .
may be used us follo.II..at a shovelor I He has retired from business in
.. A brick ice and to locate in Ki'ssimmee and practice law the balance of
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passenger depot an Sept. they HIXMU *
enthusiastic ovtr hispurchase .
any similar article and ilrop U.r..tHlW I Chicago, and intends to spend the bafance is very ,
cold storage plant and a fifty-room apart in partnership with Col. P..A. Vans Ag- thf week i" sight: seeing/ and locating and wants his friends to all
: drops of carbolic acid. The \apor of his life in taking it easy. He
ment house in town in two new. The Tim"1is disappointed. It tlieir tract of land and! after t- endnKSundaj
projected Our I kill the tlies., i |> ] had a fine home in Chicago a summercottage see as he has """11. These Hj""lm'lns' I
weeks Iksa., if Kissimmee was grow had expected him to (jo.. to Jacksonvilleand with us the> returned! to tlieirhome" were Mr. Wheeler's land
on just
I A cheap and! peifectly reliable fly on Luke Michigan I and will soon grown
;" ing some. break in on the sacred circle .con to wind up their [buiirn'!"s and p"'t south of tlie, town.
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liave one' I in Sunny Florida in which 1.0"I".nd i
one which is< nut (fangeroui to
liarrs, (iihbon Fletcher. and \ptmioii I
==-:-- = -- - taining a to -turn to lavenmrl.) A f.of them
| A letter from M-r. A. I.. Swartz'of
tie cold bleak days of winter.Mrs. .
And Teddy refused to eat at the. sametable dozen other of big/ bugs -.Tampa Tim..s. liuuian life, la bichromate of potash in liave r"I11It.th..r.\ .. and int 'nd to Ijerfmimproernei Genoa Junction, Who. who has, :30 acres i
solution. Dissolve one dram whichcun : Jerry Moody, who lives 1 1-2 '
+ with Bill Lorimer. There is an t I. on their land immediately. west of the town, states he will
be bought at any drug store, in two miles north of Davenport, i is quite sick 1hat
old saying that when gentlemen of a I :The Kissimmee Valley tiazettf, proudly : leave there. Oct. 1. with u'car load of
ounces' of water. anU udd a little sugar. Hermany friends are> hoping for her re-.
certain character fall out the peoplecome Geralds the hews that William Blox- 'Th visitors are Mr. Chri"*.')laLllart the neceMHianes for the farming, and
Put of this .solution halov.disiies .] .
some in ?
In for their share I ham who of St. Charles, whoahe. rovery.Mr.
Crawford resigned as editor ; company'sagent we may expect him as I soon as he can
of the Tensacola -News to practice law ; and distribute th..m.- about the I at that place,brought with) Him, l 1'arrmh had the tad" luck to, one i iI Hvt/: here his family will follow him. immediately

Those who spent last winter in Kiiisimrnee has decided to hangout his shingle, in,c J. UoK'.. ; i W, H. "Mattesor and Ms son, D. ,L.Mattson. I of his fine bay horses Saturday night.I '" J

K will sea 'many improvements that crty with Mr. Vans AIt"IAci.! ', Sticky fly paper, traps anti liquid ![f Oscar Boreen-UJto Johnson( ; I The toss means a good deal to Mr. Par -. _' o' .. ;'j:

: when they return./the coming eea oj1. quiring Bill Crawford as a 'citizen,Is : poisons ard "among' th*, things used ''jn 1 1i Mr.)Hltch('ofk and son, all of St.CharttiiV1'anlJ.Mr.JlichinjonJ Irish just now;for lie' could u se a half Father .Was "Squaw/ .. ]

,They,will be convinced that-the prediction worth 'crowing-'.about;'' all.:right;i-St.-:; !killing;,flies'i ;' but< hS.;,I lat'ea't.Ccheapest j I : and Son, cf Aurora j I dozen.' more team if the had them.I Judge Harry A. Pee'ples has received .' "
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of the Valley Gazette that this Augustine Record and best is a solution) of formalin'; ',. ." HJ.. Mr. Benson.: Mr.. Sinit),. Mrs. I There is !lot* more' business! right now ,I a rather humorous Jetter, in'1 regard "jtrf' :;

town will have teri thousand population f,,i.'maldeliji'' MI.water. A t-puonful of Carpenter ai.il Mr.-. Gook-y. of Genoa, in Davenport.Three 1 an Inher tan't'. In part the letter" is as ,_

by 1912 will come true. i Bill Crawford ers-twhile editor of thi.> iiijuid, 11 t'> a <;'i.rt.:' : of a I'.r: 1, :Mr. "a".l'b.'n. "{ Uefiilb:< lil )Ir. iw cottages were begun/ this follows:

--, ---_r- _---- ----- the Pensacnla News, and one of the, \.at-r,! .m,: \.otd; '"'i,' Y"Oin, '.\ .i; I I.e Marl.r
There are a few papers in this state I best fellows on .earth has at la,t located : : crouch: to kill tlit lTi l\\\\+" ,!o. > | progressing. The lumber i i on the I II come to this country when five years old.
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r that are constantly howling about :fake if the Kissimmve Valley Gazette Ito 'quickiy, clearl.e ro'mi w lieutlnie .1 1 he e people hnve all; purchased tracti ''ground for Mr. Speech's new housw, I My great Kr"n: father were a full. blud-'

land schemes.- We have :yrt to hear a be believed.) : That 'paper: suite* ail. many Hies, burn pjrethrum' v>ovderin of from 6 to 'JO acre* each, and a good I' and tip ''''. I toon be here with his family : ded Indiah squaw an he letl"a lot ofland.

man who ha purchased land in this kectfc that Mr.' Crawford has locau-d in 1\ isntime ',- the rou,... This stupefies the flies many have ulso bought: town lot.! :Mr.Dahljrart i I Mr. O'Connor writes from Chicago I are. his only air left Now kin

>n .ay he regretted the act. There where he has entered into a law when they may b., swept up and burn h&4
mar be some fake land schemes working partnership with P. A. Vans Aguev' and ed. If I the Mien are in the dining rov>mrf are ail well pleased: with their land! and ['household goods" and stock in a few days. ,I He was hunt near Kissimmy 1858, but

[ ill other portions of Florida but a will make that his home town. Theft >our hotel restaurant! or boardinghouse will make a a big addition to I Dawn- Dr. Sinning of Penn. will also. be here were hung legal."-Tampa Times.
I
man who buya dirt in this section.gvta is a rumor going the rounds of the press complain to the proprietor that port. Soon with I.is family. : Large desk blotters for sale- at this ..

his money's worth every time. that Bill will be private secretary to ,, the premises are not clean. Mr. A. 1... Bently, of Chicago, has ;i Work was begun Wednesday on the office for 10 cents.

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Get it from us. or some other reliable Railways under construction: Titfea. ..

Co'y-but get it and do. it NOW Only a few guaranteed; Abstract free.

short years and every acre of this .grand /The lands are undulating prairie and pr<5---

country-the "Italy of America"-will sell at duce in abuncance Pineapples. Grapes Oranges

., such prices that will be beyond the reach of Grapefruit. Millet, Cofn, Sugar Cane

many. Then it will! be LEASES, and they Kaffir Corn. Velvet peans and all Fodder

are not nice. "' Crops. Pecan Nuts etc.. etc Anything you

For a time at least every purchaser of care to plant.

our Prairie lands will be given a. photo of his The finest YEAR R9UND. white man's J

land WE ORIGINATED Ihis.otan of selling climate ON EARTH thrown in free
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land and would like your opinion of it Present prices: $2O.OO an acre 20 ,

,; Wouldn't YOU like to own a farm like acres upwards; $ 1.00 ao acre down and $1.OO

this? We have over 125XOOO acres-"'youtak'e an acra. monthly. No taxes or interest. -

-,' your: choice" If you apply now and' you Telephone service now available. Steamboat

.. can order by letter and. have several weeks to competition t.o our lands insures low

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101, f ."-? with your farm, your money will be cheerfully ,EUNTER LAND COMPANYKissimmee have averaged over 1OOO acres PER DAY, f.

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i\;\ lnellsslu I bin W. J. S. Carr and children .returned ,'BOmewhere between the' residence CHANCE
HAS AS MUCH
.'. prom Coronado 'on Tuesday, of Capt. Clay Johnson and" thepost 4

.< TLPtMONi NO. It. e wher 5 they .spent the, season ,at theirsummer office on Friday afternoon Sept. ..,..- .. 4'
: ., ; cottage on, the beach., 2, a small kit of automobile toots, consisting FREE VOTE COUPON
,W of wrenches, screw-drivers, etc., As Cat in I' Certain
EVERY FRIDAY Place With
PUBLISHED a
. .. .w- Mrs. T: J. Tedder and children have done up in a brown canvas cover. .
., __BT"':' returned to their home at Plant City Finder,will, be suitably rewarded by out (Jaws. ...- w ,,'

< BWeather. : after a pleasant visit to Mrs. .Tedder' returning it to Capt Clay Johnson
< .J. W. NARRItB. parents Mr and Mrs. H. Vf r. Lavtq ., The Tampa Tribune oubllahe an In- This Coupon entitles M '. .. ......... ..... ......"....?, .: : : ;. .
" : -"'- Mr.,Joe Griffin moved his family to to .10 votes In'the CONTEST '
\ 't' ea..s.ea.ar,. ;,POPULAR VOTING '
I Miss Lena Pearce returnedMadison from \ Orlando this'week, and isoccupying'the teresUng interview with Col. J. B.Ahdemon"who i

: j" .< I,,', r- L where she has been atter/ding/ Frank Bass cottage recently "na* recently, returned now being, held\ by.the I\IESr1MMEI, VALLEY OAnri-s, '' '. I... ;,

\tI: Report I Normal school on Tuesday and.lei t on vacated ibyJ..1., Woodall. Mr. from a stay of even month I In:the, far ' "" i j

Wednesday {or hjr! home in Ba !nger. j Griffin i* an experienced automobileman West:'in.which,he expresses the opintoothat .. .
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Mr. W.. H, Cording, of Pittsburg.. Pa., J. W., .and expects s new to building open a'on garage Broadway .ln. .the great, ,Immigration movement '""(Signed) .. ..__......... .....___._.. .....Y',. .,.., ........,. 1
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' 'Following the dally temperature '
Il are ,has been spending several days in the about the first of October. to. that section{ of the country-"wa domi i .. ...
,' and precipitation as city this wek prospecting with a view '
',:.' reported by the Government to investing in Klssimmee real estate. Mr. Norvin Murphy and Miss Marie ed -disaster.. Col. Anderson was ,j This Coupon Not Good After',Thursday, Sept. 22d, 1 1910 "
: : Boyd arrived last Saturday from'Orne prominent in Tampa business[ circle for .R
=,,(: ? t Kissiroinee1\ for tb..I' reports .
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at The Nelson Realty Company ,
station :
ha, ILL, to resume their studies in many year and is well known through; -
week, .ending Sept. 16, 1910. the sale of a forty-acre 'tract of land be- Osceola High School. Mr. Hale MissBoyd' out the State a* level-headed business 4 (:
.i tothe Waters&Carsert Grocery
longing and the remainderof ...
slat. YIN LUK Co. to Mr. Chas. Pontoon, of Columbus the step-father in about man. lIe Is not apt to be biased In his

"I . . . 99 71' .:. 0. ,. months family and<\? Mr.are expected L. A. Murphy two and '.views' of practical (natters, and from Off to (onqe.I An Operation Unnece, sary.. ..fjIt?/ ., '

-Friday . 95 72 . 'Mr. W. E. Overstreet will leave tomorrow family will come down in December. what he knew personally of the conditions I The following young people of Klasim- C. W. Barrett was taken quite ill last t'

Saturday.. . . 00' 72 for Nort Myers, where he will Hon W; H. Malone of Key West, lie describes, we endorse every mee. have either gone or will leave in Friday with stomach trouble, and It wee ,

. SundayMonday. . <. 93 72 manage fruit packing house this season State Senator elect' from Monroe and word he says. Before coming to Florida the next few Jays to attend college at reared for a time that he had append! c '

,, . 72 . lie expects to begin packing next Lee counties! and Grand Master of Odd he Went prospecting in New Mexico the various institutions: of learning citis 'Ha went to Fargo' Saturday 1 to
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Tuesday Fellows for the State of Florida is enticed by the beautiful pictures and mentioned! below,: morning for further 'examination and r.i
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Wednesday. .' L.G.: Couch, of Bellbuckle, spending: today in the city. Mr. Malone the Brenau College Gainesville, Ga.,
glowing) description* of.the wonder If After
an operation It w%* '
. where he necessary.
at St. Cloud
69 last
. 91 night.
Thursday . time in Klssim- spent" ,:
Temv who some,
spent I to be there men of Misses Mary Carson Ruby Ellis, -Virginia .
s \ mee last winter, has returned, with the made an official visitation to the flourish. accomplished by energy I retching Fargo he secured ,..lIef'with. I

--- .-- intention of making his permanent Ing Lodge of Odd Fellows in that city. and pluck but it took us only about Maklnson and Marietta Pfann. out an operation. H. I I. still there ' I

-- ---- home here. Mrs. Florence Keyes was back from spven week to find out that the big Sullins College, Bristol: Tenn.- L, taking treatment and M r..,Barrett went .

; v Vt%"" vvt*'*''' '''' Mrs. N. B. Carson and son Nat returned Kissimmee Saturday; where sh*. is conducting irrigation companies owned all the wa- Miss Essie Winn. down lait'ntght to be with him until he { I

home from Reynolds, .Ga., last a piano contest similar to the ter in the country and however rich the Chicora College Greenville, S. C., ia able to return bome.-1'ower City ,

| THE LOCAL flttD. I week where they have been 'Visiting one just closed by the business.Reporter-Star There, soil might be, a man who' had to buy Miss Bessie'Moseley.Elon ((N. D.)'Topic ;' t

Fyam.f| relatives since their return from Hot Is aad.reporte not reason a rushing in the world why Mrs. from a trust the water necessary to College, Elon, N. .C., Misses-lla Mr Barret came to Kissimmee last r

4 [ Springs, Ark. Keye, who is an excellent businesswoman grow his crop stcMd about as much and. Lucile"'Hamilton.Southern winter and purchased considerable property i '

'"i Mrs. Van Vleeck of Plant City was should not succeed with a paper chance as a cat in a.certain hot place College, Southerland" Fla.., in this section arid built a house In s
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"" vial-ted the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Saunders as well known as the Valley Gazette. witloutclawB. We have been thanking Mr. Harvey Collier. the southern portion of town, in which t ,
this
r .. Mr. B. F..Cobb' Orlando Tuesday this to week look ,after havingcome the effects up of her on -Orlando. ReporterStar.The the 'good Lord ever since we arrived in University of Pennsylvania! Philadel he and hi* family will liv{ when JLhey R V

week. son, the late Harry Van Vleeck. Kissimmee Valley Land Co. has His country, that He directed: our steps phia., Messrs. George and Albert Parker return here next mont ,/ ,
h 'FrethhomeinadecandyattheLadiee'Exchange. taken the local agency for portable canvas from New Mexico to Florida. Some ..
Miss Mayme Prather, who for the houses, and expects! to have one TallahuBee
later visited California Invljn State College for Women. ,
we
years Will Kissimmee RJv-
past four months l has) been the obligingand here in a short time which they will Improve
MIHS Gertrude Bass ia visiting rela- popular operator at the telephone erect on a vacant lot and demonstrate less than seven weeks discovered that Fla., Misses Virginia .T 1Itr, Berta '

tiv sjn l I'unta: Gorda. xrhange, left this week to visit her its practicability. If the house is what 'the Pacific railroad companies owned Bryan Gena Moon and Maude Alford.StateUniversity .- Cant. Bill Knight. of the U. S. dredge
home Clinton S. C. i it is claimed to be by the manufacturers Gainesville Fla. Klsssmmee. received orders from headquarters -
bread and cake at old |in the State, "body and breeches, and ,
Nice home-made Messrs.! Barm. and Mattocks feel a. few day ago to resume work
Messrs. Lee Jarrell Martin O'Berry Ij
that with brawn and brains could ,
Exchange. Office is in men
the Ladies'1 The Halley GazetteJob tl at they have found a practical solution .on the improvement. of the Kissimmee
his receipt of over a thousand pounds of for the scarcity dwelling houses not prosper there as a serf or as tools of Charlie Moon Henry Moon Pat John'- i
Mr. C. W. Griffin'visited parentsat bond and envelopesin son and Jue Butler. River route immediately. Capt. Knight
high class papers in Kissimmee: one Of the most crushing monopolies I
New Smyrna last week. both white and colors which we will Columbia College Lake City, Fla., I spent Monday in the city organizing his t' j, )

G. P. I'arker made a brief business be glad to show our customers. Married, at the Court House in this that ever existed on earth. Afterstudying Miss Annie Carson and Messrs. Albert crew, and left Tuesday for Fort Gard- '
Judge city'yesterday+ Mr. J. W. Mercer and the conditions, it was no surprise to Bearden and Charlie Prevatt.
trip to Sand ford this week. The Launch Ronadell, Capt. E. P. Miss Annie DOtton, of St. Cloud, County us that the richest State in the Union I -- -- \ ner, where the dredge has been tied up

Go \to the Ladies' Exchange for all Dann left this morning with sev..rlllur-I! Judge T. M. Murphy officiating. in natural resources: had grown so slowly It'. All 'In the Nam. for some months, to begin operations.

kinds of material for fancy work. veyor and a boat load of camp supplies The young couple accompained by the in The prejudice against Listlessly turning the leaves of the I He states that he succeeded in securing
for Alligator!': Bluffs the headquarters of mother -of the bride, came in on the population. I new city directory Mr. John Jones I a splendid crew of workmen, and'ae-
Horn on Tucsdaty, 8epC13th to Mr. Home of the large land companies nowoperating morning train from St. Cloud, return- the South that exists in the far Northwest discovers that there are. 004 men of bin ''
lected Mr. Seth Tison
and Mrs. O. C. Mel..an, a daughter. tin the Kissimmee prairies ing in the afternoon. The groom, is 24 as described by Col. Anderson, is name In the municipality. as his first mate.

of age and his bride 15. The Valley much general; even in localities do be declares."I The improvement of our navigable
Patrick recently! returned Rev, A. N. Stevenson Presbyterian yearn more "Tills will never ,
Mr. W. H. Gazette wishes them every happi- waters is a matter of a great deal of
visit to his parents'at Umatillu. MiKHionary to Guineas, Cuba, will preach nearer to us, than most\, people suppose, must get out and make a name for .
from a at the. ''Presbyterian Church, :Sundaymorning '; but is wearing away among the more myself." Interest to the people of this section -
flees.Mr.
Attention i in called to the lulv. of this O. at 11 a. m. Public cordiallyjnvitwl. / John T. Lewis a former resident intelligentclaBses who are turning Southward That very afternoon be applies to the just now, and they feel assured that ,

C. McLean, the new groceryman, in of KisHimmee but now living at, learn the truth forcibly court for permission to change bill the work, with Capt. Knight at the r
as they so -
issue. Prof. DeWilton Alderman, principalof }Kustin; Fla., was a visitor in the city name to Alclblades Obugwater Dob- helm, will be inset, hands.
Gazette stated by Col.\ Anderson that Hills-
made the an
this week and ap.preciah"
have school has been spending be] nick.-Judge.
CheaterUnderhill Ba pen
Mrs. the Hinger "
and ;
Mr. '
Lewis has been
call. Mr. Florida is worth the
,
< lord\ county.
atliasmnger. 1 --
relatives
under
to the JUt
visit BLANCHARD
returned from u several days in city /
with the progress of this On the Vel'1J"'Woman
keeping up whole State of "Idaho. Bartow Courier -
medical treatment for a severe earl -
place through the columns of the Ga A and her daughter were at

M i..M Hattie Ko-gel of Gotha has been l buncle on his arm. zette since brie residence here, but stated -I -Informant.__ -- sea during rough weather. After a silence .'. Osteopathic Physician .'.. 'r

.. pant week with Miss A party of about forty St. Cloud that he was wholly unprepared for I of some time the mother asked

Maude Dann. people will leave tomorrow for Atlantic the magnificent improvements which It Might B.. "Are you seasick, dear?" Special Attention Given to t

left Monday for City to attend, .the_ National encampment greeted him on every hand. He the said same he I "Is kissing dangerous "No, I think not," replied tbe daughter Nervous and Diseases of "...-- ". }

Miss Bessie Moseley where she will attend of the li. A. It., which meets in could scarcely realize it was "Well, I wouldn't try It on an athletic I "but I'd bate to. yawn.-Ladles' Women. .
S. C., 19th. town. '
Greenville that on Sept. t
college. "* city : girl without ber. consent. Home Journal. Oflk ifir CltltMi: iMk Awn It ul 11 '

Chicbra Mr. J. M Willaon Sr. arrived in the The Steamer Lillie, Capt. Clay ;Johnson -
Ed. Donegan of Waldo met with an accident at Lake Kis- - -,--- -- .
Mr. and Mrs. city this week from Somerset, Ky., ,
have been spending the week with relatives having been called to the bedside of his Birnmee on -her .. cause to a

\ / in this city. daughter, Mrs. Jno. L. Pherigo who isseriously Uaasinger thin week which two
I of Haines ill and not expected to recover. or three days delay. Just as she, waen..ring
Mr. F. Edwards Ohhnger the north .ntt"'O't the lake a
transacting business in Kis- has had laid the and her tem.
I City wa Mr. Horace Woodall cylinder head bursted put
simmec Tuesday.Mrs. foundation for a concrete bungalow on porarily out of commission The captain
i returned home last his property on North Main street, secured a launch and brought hm passengers ,
T. E. Speer in Ala- which he expects to have ready for occupancy back to the city Tuesday night,
week from a two weeks outing by the time the winter' tourists and on Wednesday! morning went up to ....
bamaXnd Georgia. begin to arrive. Orlando to the foundry, where the
leave nextweek necessary repairs were made. Prof. De
Leake will)
Miss Rachel county, where she Messrs. II. M. Breaker' and J lienry T. Wilton Alderman, Mr. Hiram Moody
Alachua
for this fall. Basa, administrator, have employed L. and Miss Lena Pearce. who were passengers -
will teach again H Jenkins, the surveyor, to cut up the on the Lillie, returned to this

'Mr. J. I... Woodward of Bartow is Walter Bans, Sr., lands into five-acre city with Captian Johnson and hired an

n. ( managing Mr, A. W. Winn'i ice. factory tracts, preparatory to putting them on automobile .Wednesday, to carry themto
', I' /6' for him during his absence the market this fall/ Bassinger, > '
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J"'<*,'M" r. .M ike Crown' the genial train We regret ,to learn that to his Mr.home Mal.; Mrt A. W. Wlnn returned on Wednesday DON'T! BUY LAND IN FLORIDA rJ
< welcome Lamb la again confined
a
\ master bf the A. C. L.week., wa caused by-inflammation of the veins in from Louisville, Ky., where he
visitor to our city this ter-effect of his recent went last week for the purpose of making
his I left leg liS an increase
for to -
Miss Aileen Moon left last Saturday ...serious illness. He is under treat- arrangements! rrMc-hmery
his ice plant in this city from six
where she will of Dr. Rivers who hopes to have
for Mllledgeville!': ( a., ment to twenty-three tons capacity daily.
_ teach in the Industrial school. him out in a short time. Mr. Winn states that in addition to his

Mr. R. D. Guice and family returned Mr. J. J. Griffin and family are moving -'plant he will build two cold storage (
home Saturday from Lovejoy Ga., I to Kissimmee today, Mr. Griffin rooms 45x15 feet, and while they will ,
where they spent the summer. I having the agency for the well knownE. be only one story high still if the patronage
M. F. automobile in that section. should warrant he will add an- ,
Mrs. Mary Martin of Melbourne Fla., We predict for this clever gentlemana other story to each. There is no reason .
is the guest of M n. W. J. Floyd and fine business in his adopted home. why this should not prove a great success .
Mrs. G. B. Woodall this week. Orlando Reporter-Star as Kissimmee is immediately inthe r
center of the fruit and vegetable UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN '
Mrs. Wills, of St. Cloud spent yesterday Members of the local automobile club section of Florida, and much that now .
with friends in this city, returning are decorating their cars with handsome goes to waste or is sold at a sacrifice

home on the afternoon train. brass emblems, showing them to be could be put in storage until prices .' -'. k t
of' the American Automobile justified them being sold. C'I
L. E. Overstreet baa gone to Fort members
in the Association the Florida State\ Automobile ."
will be engaged
.'.. Myers, where he two weeks. Association and the Kissimmee Automobile The other'day John Cook, of Orlando, .t'
the next
business for .
fruit
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Club. got a Christopher Columbus notion in .
} Mr. Jas. Pherigo arrived in the city his head, went down to Palm Beach and '1

Monday from Kansas City on a visit to Mr. J. I). Griffith of Wichita. Kansas started up through the Jupiter in -
1 his parents Mr. and Mrs.. L. Pherigo. arrived in this city last week and' his Buick; exploring. From he ,, 1
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c is a guest at the Park hotel. He is struck out through the Alapata Flats,
.I 1 Mr. C. L. Huddles of Miami has here to look after some property which passing several Indian camps on the '
been spending a few days here visiting was purchased by his daughter; Mra. road to the head of Lake Okeechobee,
i his daughter Miss Marie Huddl ilton. Gallagher who will be pleasantly remembered thence on through the Taylor Creek KISSIMMEE PARK
as one of our last season'svisitors. settlement, and up through Tan tie to
Mr. Kenneth Butler left this week Bassinger, where struck tie Kissimmee
t' for a two weeks' vacation trip which prairie trail and followed it forty-five .
:. he will spend in Georgia and the Carolina milts up through the Kissimmee Valley
I *. Mr. Guy P. Johnson, the architect (i to Kissimmee, and thence home all In .
who recently located here, went up to
1 fourteen hours ove> a reasonably -
t pas- I
Mrs Keros Johnson and children, who Kissimmee this :week and reports which '
S sable eight
I course, consumes .
spent the summer vacation with Mr. everything booming up there. lie secured >' days of laborious going with horse and .
'1 Johnson at Phosphoria, returned home the plans for several! buildings wagon, and which the odometer measures -. .
last week. including a new ice factory.-Lakeland 1 1v
and miles.
',. News. as two hundred !fifty ;

t Kiss Louise Thomason left Sunday Judge's
In Court
, for Abbeyvilie Ga., where she has accepted Mr. H. R. Overstreet returned home | County

., a position to teach for theterm yesterday from Detroit Mich., where On' Monday last Fred Rudolph, colored _ __ II::: ... -0 -' n -- aa
_' just' opening d. - he- and Mrs. Overstreevt have peen' of St.'Cloud was tried before County .. \ ..1
visiting relatives since th 1 Mrs. F. W. Webking has the fruit season.' Mrs. Overstreet is Judge T. M. Murphy and convicted on ,
retllrn4td'l
f from an outing at St. still ih Detroit and will come down a charge of carrying concealed weap ,. "" Ast
delightful visit qi
had a
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later in the
season ons. The Judge thought there were '
friends. J' ..
mitigating circumstances in the case, W. C
after Tlie Valley Gazette force is composedof I...
'I Dr. J. W. Sip-ipsonhasreturned
I in line, and and dismissed the prisoner upon payment
export: workmen every ,
absence of six weeks which he spentat
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of costs of the court.
the sam careful attention is given to a
a Hot Springs Ark., and Jiendersonville I I
N. C. small job as a large: one. Our equipment Clionny Evans, white, plead guilty to J'
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is superior to most country job the larceny of a saddle from Mach Bro
Mrs. C. A. Carson and daughters offices enabling us to turn out any kind months KISSIMMEE VALLEY LAND COMPANY
and sentenced to four on ,
f i Misses Annie and Inez, and son, C. A. of work in the shortest. time possible. ,I was ..

V ... (parson, Jr., returned from Hot Springs the county chain gang./
1 J' Ark., last week. A small Are In North Kissimmee --- .
t Tuesday morning about 2 o'clock destroyed -i Epworth League Conference. J, E. MATTOCKS; Uaiager. u ?
.- A* an indication that Kiatlmmee is the garage and barn of Mr. Rob- ', I 4

growing some the public school starts! ert Savage, in which was Mr. Savage's The Epworth League Conference of k
this year with over a hundred more automobile and quite a lot of feed for the Bartow District will meet in Fort KISSIMMEE FLORIDA \ :"
pupils than it did last.Mias stock. The origin of the fire Is unknown
'N I as there had been no one ii) the Meade on September 29th and continuein I t,
Emma Futch, the popular teacher for several hours previous to session until October )1st, An interesting .

in the graded school has returned garBjfe the are, and at that hour that section program will be furnished In the ., ,. t
after pending the summer vacation in of the city i I. pretty free from all form of Instructive/ lecture and helpful
North Florida. prowler There waa very little breezeat talks on all departments of leagu./ work. f '<

Miss Chandler, who has been engagedby the time of the fire, or possibly con- All leagues are requested: to send delegates ,';
Missies Hodge a* trimmer in theii sidrable damage would have been done and a profitable time is assuredall
millinery store this fall, arrived yesterday by the sparks falling on other buildingsand who attend. Mr. Frank W. Zanderis w{

to lake up her duties. igniting them. the district secretary.. 38-2t ..fly. ....:' a,'

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1' a Council and refered to Ordinance Committee -
i ,-,, Ideal Insecticide ;,
T : Special Committee appointed by Department :
KISSI"Mf KUsimmeev Fla. 19101 Council to lookXnto the matter of closing : ,
FLENIINGS ISLAND-NEAR: Sept 6th. .. ..
L.. The Council met in regular session Sproull :Ave., asked -(or more time ,
'I ., In which to make report which wa "' v

One of the most valuable pieces of property in Flor a dit.NQw. there being present T. Rivers, Preg., granted, and the Clerk wag instructed ., PRACTICAL, ClfiNCE '.
paying interest r W. J. Sears,:J; M. If nl\IJ,3. C Moore, to request the R'y Co. to present plans *V * 4 '**
4 good on the investment-- W. B. Maklnson., and J. R. Gilbert. and specifications of proposed depot at Our'free booklet entitled REME&IES FOR INSECTS
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+t Seven. .city lots in Kissimmee,, close In, .,:.. Clerk., ; next meeting,, ( Council. \\r,
,. ? The Clerk was instructed to allow the vytND, DISEASES! : contains a valuable treatise on insects
The minutes of the last'meetlnfC.were tax and tJ
of sale certificates
redemption
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: e' and diseases and directions for using the differentpreventativea
\ . .read and approved. omitted yean on. the following;'deaS .
Reports ft officers were examinedand < ib*>d property, at face value without and remedies in grovelgarden and ,
-- .1. ._ interests to all -
-- (parties redeeming pay .ble'to
,approved.: legal fees for ancelling, provided same. field. That our readers may be :: !get these I

... Bills were approved! and ordered paidas is redeemed in within 30 days from date) materials.and the BEST implements with which to 1/ II
follows: S. W. t of Block V. L. of Baas addition -. I I
S .- AUTO NO. Tat iurr ht.*al u m.or., 30 UO and S., i of Lot 4, Shoemakers/ Subdivision apDlythem.we have opened ark. insecticide department -. .
1 McPhajtMr,Salsa nrnmbal 60 Ott of Blocks D. 1.. and I. L. of in which we carry "a full stock of <
JNcPbbatterco.iaudfiwdbill;; J4; 00 .Baas addition also Lots 3 and 6 of Shoemakers J
R A Snsjjor ..1.! polio ftu 00 Subdivision of Block "11. ',." 1.; IDEAL: INSECTICIDES AND FUNGICIDESSend II

''TIt.Bg 5 CENT CK.AR made.! : A Cigar Z A WnjdiT pound toed. '. .. ,.. lit! "no of Bass addition. .,
r that carnen ali all the denote$ aroma that J B Rotx-iw> .al...trca> .., 200 R. G. Johnston City Tax Assessor for Price List. ',// '
J R illbnrt, sal| ai<_clcrl: \,. .. HA 00 presented tax roll for tax of 1910 for !I .
baa made TAMIJA CIOAMS famous the WOl"lctoyer. J,RUII..rt.. Uuuinii 10 lax corlflc.t . I 50 the purpose of reviewing and equalizingsame I

} Ask your dealer for .them[ if ho hes.'t J R'.ilherl. freight mud mippllat. 4 UFrmturnlty after accepting! same for purpose '
them In hili case tell him to wl'lto.to_ IU11. rout to..I 1(1() 10 CO) as stated, Council adjourned to meet in Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.. ackkssoriaalle
allaco\ Bell.wltnoH* toe .. JiO regular adjourned session, Wednesday. ,
Mfg. Co. Bob Kranx: wtlnvHH fie . V) Sept. 7th, at o'clock, p. m. .
El Progresso Cigar - --- -
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or Avery If Owes Co:. Dljtrlbutort. Tanma., Fla.t I W B Mack(neon Co md A oily 1:I 1 15 Kissimmee Fla.. Sept. 13th 1910. .
0.0111 lid'| Co ', mdH cltj/ 2 41: The Council met in regular adjourned .
1 ROMS OraIK,andso rlty fc"6 session, there being'prel\entl T. M. Rivers -
Illrka & IIr>an, labor city. /OB President; W. B. Mackmson J. C.
..*4********.*.*****.**.***********.****.***********.* T M !button work on city.I'OlInll| )1'00 Moore, J. M. Hansell W. J. Sears, 1ST F'' LASS ,
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C II Welch, work on .'it, pound 150 I ) and J.; R. Gilbert Clerk. : I
i. D Rotunda, sal a aupt of nl wort Ml 00 The reviewing and equalizing of assessment .
Full Hue School Supplies especially W H lUrrix. prln'InK mlnntci.. 4 I' rollfor taxes of 1910, the following

"r i "designed for Osccolu High School i it. .T I M:'KlT.ru.llMixell. Ml Ml as m alderman alderman . 4 4 1M'00) unanimously resolution) adopted.was introduced, and CONTRACTOR' an4 BUILDER i' (

W .1 I "..... ital 1 KH nlderranti It 00 hereaa: It has been ascertained !
r' PRICES ,LOautll" (< J C Moore Kill .. aldormBn 4 t 00
following rums will be needed during
leash. Broa.,, t BniH for .t..el...worlr *,( 00 the coming year for the following city Does General Contracting! and Building and Furnishes Estimates
i +**.**** on Structures of Dimensions whetherit
. L Imffrncn, Uiira" for Minedrork 'itNroA t purposes. an size or
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: L I Di\-id"on, (I.r newer work ;air IM( For General Revenue Fund $1,44609 be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel:!\,
Joe N mils,.work ou hrldn-( 3 on For Street Fund 4,699 81 -- .
wI t Co. J / liol>ei>ion. om... ,pnld. font work J.:;1 ,>::1( For School Fund 1,084 57 Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN '1WELLS
Kissimmee Drug i Janiei But'IIN, installation work *t ,>N }For Sanitary Fund 1,081 57
in which he has met with the greatest
successof
I f( II Kill-.. HiKlHllBtioii nark I I.; 74 }For Bond Int., 3 per cent. E. BV
a'a I W It Barriso.xl for' 1 II' I Ir> 4'; ... and Street, 723: 04 any man in Florida.
55 'a' *to**.***.********************.**..****#****. .*.i.****** ,I Wain How aril. w oul| for, i' I p li 0 For Sinking Fund. E. L. and
<_ v>' I I.nn md-e fore( 1 I"|p MIR \> Street 72' J04 Give him your work anti it
1 ;f I I' l>Hliti.. .1] n' .111.t. | n 1 I"f 1 Ift will be well! 'and quickly done. ,
-- I sal, sr.elrn/Ilrlor( Ift no) Bond Interest 2.5.10: 65
I lion SHI>nt (Ira'HL:< 1 F. I 11' ,I MI> For Water and' Sewer Fund,
ii ] M ItLarw.n, "..>.1! I h i 1.1' -, IIP: i.N Sinking 723 04 1
I' liHirrle'l: ; "frl'' II I'oliw _, '", ". -- I
Our NEW STOCK 'nl'Ly | I I'Iuridn" 11'; t ri;<'<.o' matt.'rial -,luiaji L I' Ion 711 Total For All H,011: HI I **++++4 +++ i +>+++ t+++4 ++++++++++++++f+++4 +4.+++++++ o
i 1 e "'J I 1\. .Mi.whoiiKl<" I lo iiiotnrM- '''.r r.'L T MI! I Resoled\ that the' following rate bean f-
"Ai i ire < n ,, norm Inn E I.I I l' HIu |B Ma\ ,"I t itr.n'n mI ( u.. ( ,raviiii'N*. for. 1I I. I J' In 74(tKil scribed in the aflsessment roll for tI"-1
: rail and Winter Goods In l Hinft', (lanl' I o ,, ,inil-t, far I I I' ,11M'I < year 1'tlO as follows : '
1(11', '. wr I..hhn'' ".IH, HI"O" ilg., r h'H"n. t Door North of Postoffice F
1\\ fly I'HI".I., a' _,.nseu>;ri .a. I.. For' General Revenue, Fund the. tH- .il
91, 1d, Mil., rich ill, I o-l I Iron Pan" '("t.'r1'1"i l| ',7" elI sum of 2 MillsForMr + .............
.. ; 't Fund, the. sumof, i Ii Mills . -
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: 't : aIr"r now al'I'h'illgtI"iI: "i.. .OH! )Hat"lunrt' lo niil" I I. I' la For' School. Fund, the sum of 1 It\ Mills t! There you will;. find SHOES, HATS,
For Sanitary Fund the sum ot 1 I. Mills *\ _ .
.1, ',,' A'I' .. Tin Trcasimr's Report showed. ,the For Bond, Interest Fund, I'. I I.. :t: DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, oil of best
I t I following balances for Aujjimtj : and Street the sum ol 1 :Mill I
)'0 ', ,,0f 1 j II i d.II'' ," nrli./ eer'Pond' I f I "'I I ', i I For Singing\ Fund, E I I.. and I t' quality and lowest prices. !
f Kmiinii illin it' l Fund,I 2. : -'0llalmK Street, thr sum of I Mill I
I i.. CALL AND SEE THEM I ,. lu -,'ho"1| Fl1ll1l n I I Illalali' For Bond Interest, Water and '
: ,Ii. ... I .. I ,, ..IIKI.' 1 III""I'. ,4',1 I. Sewer Fund, the sum of II 1, !Mill f Call Before Elsewhere 1
I s Y"i I Halatic l in Ran II I"\ htiml "'2 'II For Sinking Fund!, Water and | Buying c
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. I HalHiM 'in Hull, linn Hun.' I .. ;n Sewer, FuSid, the sun of 1 Mill .
i ItrtlHIM lit C (01lI"'n'' Ewes,I IItnlHiH :7 ,W +
I i HI \\"t.,1. ->ew er .''''1111 '!Hi7-l'' } I 4-++.e++++++++ 4 +++++++++,+++++++++++.1I++++++++++++ F1 .
I Total Millage for all purpos11/ Mills. ,
t 11. N. Bratton and .I.J L. Itrumjn appeared f
H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
before the Council asking that HeHolved: That any individual license
Couocil remit charges on 1 car load of Tax 21" imposed upon all persons engaging .
r I marl purchased, us Ramp : in, managing or transacting I 0
I It inferior quality, and was of nose to witlnn the City the several occupationsor ( -
them.av the. work of putting don /sidewalks : professions named in Chapter f.17! of E. L. LESLEY COMPANY
L - \ On motion it wan. HO ordered! that amount of such license to be, in each I
i' ._ __ -- ----- above request I bo granted asv filly per rent of the amount imKiwd I

I Ilul.h, Rate and Ki-gulatioiiM for by said Chapter and the same-to I ST. 'CI.-OUD
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sewer usages/ were presented -
Tax Collector in the manner and for the _
and referred, to Ordinance Commit- "' M'M
i Attention of Truckers ,, toe time therein provided, FULL LINE OF
MY H. W Boice mt-t with the CoiinciLtonccrninK Resolved further: that there shall be '
l bad condition of street in imposed upon any Express Company GENERAL HARDWARE 0::
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North Kisssimmee doing business! in the. City having an
and Gardeners Same running wan referred throughDoughtsaddition. office in the City, a, license tax of,; ""'1 ,, I.'. l-anclm.. ....rn It v roo l>aint... Oils Varnlthai I ai.. to Street Comrnittee Twenty-Five Dollars, payable on the . and< nfthvt, Full Line ofu.sta'Puretshina'slist.i .
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'. A. E. Donegan asked that the Council first day of October, A. D 1910, for ono 1 ,. andCapw. l..dla),' /llo te. '.

: look into the'' matter of widening year from date thereof. 'I ., '' : .> " Y J
certain street. in Droughts aclditKJii, Kesolvnd, that during the year commencing ,, -. GRAIN;;!FEED ANDPBRTILIXERSrTi r
which was refere l to Street Committee October 1st, 1910, and ending a,
Seed Potatoes .
.w SEEDS Poultry Supplies Motion by W. J. Sears that A. W. I September :liOth! 1411! I. a license tax imimst'd ,.,
Winn oe allowed to purchase property upon all persons, firms, r>r ,corporations 'n I I..d, on .S. V' A\c' :JiiooiM" from "t r (flan j'! II ,1 .1 I Illiii -
a S. W. of ice factory, 78 x KK) ) ft. at a engaging in, or managing any .,IWHM' :t::>ton. (l'<'nn. Ave iieir Mill st i,
ARMOUR'S FERTILIZERS j purchase, price. of $ (tMI.JO.) ( city resorvinj business, or occupation the object of I K
1Yt ; right to cross Haul property atXany which is to amuse or ,entertain the public I OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST -"enl" far H '.1."" &t ..IQIIM.O4term ;

: Crenshaw Bros Seed Co., Tampa, Fla. point with hide track said A. W. Wmi! including Circuses, Concerts. Theatrical Pmm" Fnanc.
to half of laying side trac'k. Vaudeville or MmiMtrol performances '
pay expense .
'-0-/ '__ _ . -F''tTRNIT'"C.TEE 'Ii
Picture Shows Street Carnivals
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Notice failed to carry on account of no
A. E. UKOUmiT" c.llt second Shows and all other kinds of GASH;: .>, T'\LLMF"'T." Dellvcrlet'r r
LOH.iA J' Amusement or Entertainment shows,
I J. M. Hansel/ then. made motion that
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD Mr. Winn be allowed to purchase &0 x 78 whether shown in a building or under a I.

M feet of said lot at a price of $11)0.00() ) and tent or out of doors,' according totheschedule Ave. between 10th and 'llth Prompt q qj
to have use of balance of lot, 50x 78 ft. ] stated below said licence tax .
for wood yard as long as city doesn't to be collected in the like manner as the I ,.:
need same for building other license taxes.
.......................... getting a second to above purposes motion upon the For Street or Carnival Shows Twen- '.. 'M:'
1 following resolution was adopted ty-Five Dollars for each tent.
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.. EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH Whereas: the said A. W. Winn con- For'Dircuges, Fifty Dpllara. I Prepared for any kind of work in 1;;
r ,Aft Standard Oil Co., templates making notable improvementsin For Theatrical or Vaudeville or iiciriT the State. '
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Minstrel Shows m a Tent or building } & "
the ice factory which will be beneficial I
: MACH: EROS- : 'to the city: except a regular Opera House, Twenty- All work guaranteed. Prices i i 't:
Be it Resolved that the be allowed to Five Dollars. reasonable. c J
purchase 50x78 feet to S. W. of and adJoining An Ordinance prohibiting the sale of t't(

T' Livery; Feed and Sale' Stable : factory,property and the city now attorney occupied is by hereby ice refered merchandise to the was Ordinance introduced Committee which was Well Driller Also deep prepared weB Pumps'I to furnish and Engines.Dont and install. i;1

instructed to draw deed There being no further business the .! _
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up accordingly
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Agt. International Harvesting said deed to be properly signed by the Council adjourned to meet Wednesday, I
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Mayor and Clerk, anil delivered to paid I Sept. 21. A. D., 1910, at 7:30: p. m. With The get my estimate All conMORGAN J J,1:1I
t ? ...... .Arr. _Ii INnS :HEAVY::: : :a.A.U'=_ :I--r'G: o' A. W, Winn upon payment of price as T. M. RIVERS Pres.J. I Equipped I tracts filled- promptly. >,?

stated. R. Clerk. Best Cable Machinery oaf
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BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT '
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j:4 \ > FaLANS AND ET'.T; __ FURNIY M_O
ON APa.LIGATIOa1' + "'Li

_, ' VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES ft .. r i :

-- : I guarantee my work, when completed< 'to he I II CONGA. ,i r. I
just as contracted for.
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ATLANTIC COAST) LINE FLORIDAMONEY <
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j FROM KISSIMMEE A Genuine SURETY BOND GUARANTEE I', K

!' 243.05=NEW YORK and Return. All Rail. Sold daily. Limit Oct.inst.: with roll of Conjro. 'Jf '
every
I- $51.05.CHICAGO. 111. and Return. Sold daily. Limit Oct. 31..t LOANED .. I.
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; $ O.OS-PHlLADELI'IHA and. Return.' All rail. Sold daily Limit So many guWAntea uc |im nowmdmj large4 aid bet known Surety, Compasses \)

Oct.CINCINNA Slet.p TTI, OHIO and Return. On ?ale daily to Sept that to a ceitam extent they lure ,in this conntty. Il ptotecH you ....1....,. .;.
A REAL I ESTATELONG ]
$30,30- ON( ) I .
I .but the
+ 24th. Limit ten days from date of sale. lost their value i one which ccoraipuie d' iII {i-
$ 5.7O-GAINESVILLE, FLA.. and Return Spt.. 20- and 11. Limit each raH 01( Congo is dlfftrent u a t Dct. clear-cut: guarantee, .
a boa all other. aid any. man who destra the bert rooting

i $24.20eNASHVILLE.. TENTJ. and Return. Srpt 24 to 27. Limit by TIME EASY 1'\ YJn XTS for bia. choosy and wan. the same backed t: .

; ex nsion Oct. 3ht. .Il e a genuine Surety Bond backed by.reputable.bouM a>well a.by.Surety t
15.65-ATI.ANTA GA. and Return. Sept. 16.17.18. Limit Sept 28th by the National Surely Co.. on ol/ be DoDdcaD do beaer
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'21.45-KNOXVILLAE, TENN. and Return. Sept 10th to Ot lith. ; For (Information Write :'-t-j DO ; Coop. f, t)

4 a Limit ten daye. '7$36.65ATI.ANTICITY"N THE JACKSON() LOAN TKUST CUMP'Y
J. and Return. Sept. 15 to 19. Limit
:ROSS: G-RAVS
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GRAYSTONE HOTEL IN DELAY Notice on It* second Wednesday lu October lo .
Tho of Incorporation.0e...,".od ctMry r**', ,Any on* ofllwr may bold'I Notice of Election. "

ALWAYS OPEN- n. or more Offices of lh. oompaa nhqulil the
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FOsfSALB! 1ioJ.tcele btreby !jrlven Oiat the" dICDec! The officers of thoCt.m..D'J far the Or't y sr.or i WbenMSi'the' Legislature of 1 IHUH, under t hit : i:

.Office BldK Cot and lats. oor. Broadway Kidney 1 Diseasea Ar. tqjo l'hllaeroll will apply to the bonorablt? Albert W. Gtlchrlat uutil their MUoo..f\i.\ are e"ted. oljsll bas .. ConmtUution, of IWC./ ...of thStale" ol Florida\ {lid FiP'

und potMial* Av.nu.- Whola. or in p.rta.Z'wo for tilftftitntqee! People to. Qoveruorpf the State of Florida<< mtce > T..n.ha.. follow*: Oulph Ilorll I'rwldirau' E t. IA.. paas ttirwe J'.int Rtwolutlonii. proposing '!DleDeI.I .

Cottaga. back pf school house. ..., Florida;on tbeSra'iUy of October. A. D. I cy, >.t> Vlo .pr....ia.pt: f. Van Ato,'.( fad I I neat* to the Confutation<< uf the State ot Flor
tiOraiuta i' > > 1910, for letter" patent, corporate' KI 81M- Vice-President: : N. JI..t'ar.,1o| 'Treseuirerf1.ud ida, end Ibe sates were'agreed .lo by a Vote of '

Orov oo'ela y .- -- .. ';orT.he: great danger, of kidney troubles WEE ICE .AMD COLD BTOKAGK( !: COMPANY K. O? "....10. fiecdaryandth.t'h. JvllowiUK. i' tbrre-fifths of all the memlwra elected to each 1 SHOP. .

to H. W. IIwMAP. Tr.eGray.tone Mots; > 1 is that uo defithe following pjopofted: charter! 'iiaraed .persons serve as Ue Board ot Directors: boost; that 'he votes on anti| | Jolal B olutliwui 1,#
Apply they firm hold ".
get a before the DOLPHBERLI. DolDb Serif BU Lesley, .. Vans Atfuew. N. If. were entered. Alpon their spectlve. Journals .
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gradually undermined. Backache headache W. B, HAHX.S. .,. hud direct that the said Joint 'Refutations I .
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:) S. BULLOCK nervousness lameness N. B. CARSON \\ ._: ABTftXK: VI. I be .ubml t. l; soreness W. W. CARBOKr* The hlclwfct amount, of Jndobtednen anJl; J <300PtaJ,1tlrOLIofl; In November ]U10.v Kissimmee '

lumbagO, urinary troublei dropsy diabetes 3. F. O'BBRRY lability I lo which the corporation may a"'n1" t $ #\ therefore I. H. Cla> Crawford, Be r.. : PIa'r :

I and Bright' disease follow in : .A.VANSAGNBW, Unie subject Itxelf bell be Fl/tjr/ 'TbouwindDollars' t ary of State for the )lafe of Florida do hereby 5. _

REAL, ESTATE merciless succession. Don't neglect I A.8.NELQN, II e If. aollce" that a General Election "/ll be) held I : ;- .

.%m....*......%.mm%%.m. your kidneys. Cure the kidneys with the J. M' M1LLER> ARTICUi-VH. I I each county ID Florida Tne...dajr next .suecendlni I
R. O.MEEK. Tbo ii.me.:uid resiliences of the ulibscrltilngiuoornoraton the Irut Monday In November, A. P. HENRYr.BASS
I i
INSURANCEExamination certain and safe remedy, Dean's Kidney. C. A. C RIo\OS. ......lI.or. wIth the u.mbet of 1 910, tbs sob Tuesday being: the eighth day of

Tills, which ha cured people right hereIn s list-es of tbe i sulborlzed raplial stock ubwrlb-" November for the ratification or rejectIon of .

of Titles ) thto locality. i a
THE: PROPONED' ChARTER OF ,
t 0
W. H. Story 212 Jackson Qulph Herll. JlI..lmm, pis.. G l iliarrs.K. Iv the Constitution of the Stat. of Flor
street. Orlando KlM1MMRE IUE AND COlA 8TORXUE
I -Fla. COMPANY, .T. Butler, KlMlmmeo FIa.. ,...b"re", !ida. via: Staple and Fancy Groceries
Specialty. says: "Doan's Kidney \V. U. ,
".rrl.. Klwlmmoe Fla.. :! iLarair. .
Tbv aud.*rtfined hutebj .aaocl&t6I.m.elye.Wllelb..r .
Pills proved of great benefit to me. a N. H tarmii' Klmlinnim. Ft.... 4 liiaret.W. S E.A1E .
for.Urn >*** .>f JOIST KKKOU'.TION.; !
punx f coming incorporttod Proposing
For some .time my kidneys were 'weak W Cm-son. Klnstiqmee' F''... 4 shires, Amendment AND COUNTRY PftODUCE
undrtb lawn Article XIX
uf ITlurldM for tbe transaction of the Oonstltlonof
Corfespondence Solicited. and the J. f. .
Kl lmnno
secretions from these I O'ilnrrjr, Fla.I ibaren
organspassed lif{The tufiiuf flf.fn nt forth in the follo"'ln.Ch..r the Stale of Florida ekiUng" to the Menu- .
- -,. so irregularly that I was caused I', A. Vane Agiiow Klsxlminee, Tla-. 1 sh ru. failure
and tiale .
or Other
DlH> of
osal
much A. H. Nelson Fla. shared. | Intox KISSIMMEE '
annoyance. There was also a ARTICLE!: KlHHiniinee. icating Liquors or Beverages, FLORIDA .
soreness across my loins. I doctored I J. W Miller KlHSltmnec Fla., 4 shareit.K. ) .
The ita'itecf this CoriKraiioii chill b. KIS.H1MMEK 81' It resolved by the U-glnlstnre of tbe
W. S. HARWELL and UtiLe Of
used different kidney remedies but O. Mwk KlKnlmmcc. Kla.. I shares. Florida .
i it was left for Doen's Kidney'Pilts} to ICE AND COLD VTOKAQE CUM C\ A. CarHon. Klftnliniiive Kla .4 slinre. I PHONE 176 .
ANY, UH principal oil Ice and place-of btulneiwIn I Tbut ArticlfvXIX of the Oonxti'lutlon of the .
REAL me. The contents of three \
ESTATEe boxI. I tbv City Qf Kwilmin4-K. Florida. and IU. burti-. 1 State vf Florida be. sad the came Is hereby

Notary Public at Large fidence s strengthened of the in backache.my kidneys I have and great disposed con of n""Florida.". may be or conducted in other Static..I1M'''through here In th branches. Stat 8TATK COUNTY OK KIXI(111A.08 )EOI.A l i HB-, I IhE aoK'Uded Article so XIX.an to BxMlon rued SH I.follows Tbe'tnanufaoture: F. H. JBNKXNSSurveying ; .t:

Office over Jloberspn's Pharmacy l Doan's Kidney Pills and gladly or agetirleH or .,. lot HH may .1M necessary : IT KNOWN that Ix'-foro. mo the and<-r- i amid sale; barter or' ""oh.ael1; all Intoxicating .

KISSIMMEE. FLA. ing i recommend kidney them to"other.people hav-. And (...;,v..nl..1. n, ncd Notary, Public In and for iaxl County liuuore. and .beveraxe. ..hut her splrltuoim. ,
complaint. und "me. prrHonslly apx| ... hereby forever prohibited
For AKTICLK. .
sale
by alUlealers: Price 50 ets. 1'. Duller, 't:. 11. IIarrln. X, B. Car. >u.V W.CarNUu. lntb.e. StateufFlorfija. andDrafting"
Foster-Milbum Co. The lI eneral'p.Tare of the boMn-fw or bun. except aU-ohol for mJ.ml.lesi. I -
Buffalo N. Y. sole .1. F. O'lU-rry, I*. A Van An new', A. 1<. (M-lentlflior ..J.
mm-hanlfal
agents for the United States. n.*..... to b,- trauxacted b, the A N purposes] sndu
j-ompany ire :--.IHOII; J. W. Miller, R O.loIu"k. i'. .,. ('ur.on. foe. fur naPraiucma ,
Remember the nampDoan'sandtak I follows 1o |t.roIIn.te.' c.lat1tsh. roiihtruct, I.ur.'La..I..R. . nurpoHHN the sale" .
I'n nit "oIl) known and k non u to mtt<> be theliidlvidnnlfi of ithich alcnbol and wlnu fur Ihu f .
others. .. i r oihrru. ,it>* and! purpontnsfi
I' ftoiiuirt own
no I
-w- L. :tN"N"PIJV"IUAN '
I il' Mdtliflr I >r<'rsid, shall le rv-BulatHd JHec.
m,HID tain and. opoate |1.1..t. c. ..workKtiiaolliu)' by 'law. i \
l unmrieim t.t llio-fvreKoln propuHrtl, cliarfiTHIM 'i The
LefilKlatnre' shall HiillVble
.. .and nil fixtures Mild enact
AM) HlJK" : S : iit't'eHMttry I'lillNnct-K' fort .
t-Hcli uokuouli'd".II"! I l Ii.ut e. "lid 11.. law lot lime dOlor
ifiiieilt of iRe;
Old at this office IK* uiaimff.rtviT, of arllflriul I provlxlonH of ,
papers can u< bought ? I ito n any plan: .
RniDENCfi: I'HONKOrncB i.1. KIRBIMHBI& name for tile, pnrt oM-K ilu'reln) exj>reh. .<'d.M'l Oils Altlc'; . / OFFICE
at 20 cents hundred. They are ami .bj) any. j 1r.u-.c tIt I nin> I.VMKnt..I l to Ki'11 I, - IN FRATERNITY HALL .J
PYO"I17.: \ FLORIDA.. per \ \EHH: my 1.,1.,1 odlclal ti-al) at Kl\Iut gvi 'Illin Artl 10'10..h.I1I1..1 i Into effect
U-Hhe ot ithi rwlf e bufv. set I oil I lie I
the very thjr>K you need to put under mi.ld-al In oil 1! iiiaTrlhlh. ',10"l" I'.IIO.I !
your matting.Notice. ,.f tirlifi., I. nixl,
w. w. CARSON D. D. s. ti 0 t diT-nH liufiM'l i"
;t.L.
-EA' 1 1 -
( ] Rmll C liCiluhI -- ------- ------
frotn und M'll d.h"'a, ,1.1! furniKb ICQ Ui 4
NoutrM "I''it I.1 i,'. A Uoivi;
DENTAL .PARLORS" i |iTHojK.lrini( and corporationupon, nui'Ji term ) OLUTIOS Proiiiwluic Amenduillitii I
RIVERS BUILDING. of Election i iw I 11M inaj be .gr.-ed*"-") w" lntwthe cotilrnrth | \ t OIMIIII.HMIII lKJ'lrK''X i -';". WI I. lo Arlli-le V of lhe < ."hot ltlitiijn of the; HORIDAREAL[ [ESTATE fOR SALE
|I' A Vaim Btalf, I
AKIHWAllurnn'
,,
riorl-la. lulu ;
OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACYHOUR I t! parliiN in l.rfltC.pII.tj'h., fuiintrtict' L to th J.u.li.iari: )f
) ; H Oi-PHrtiiivnl. Beautiful winter home Bites situated
*
1 IMirfliHHd. li-BK w othtTvt 'n. M. (hurt| .- on" owniimtiitniD i. .. :
PMONBIt '1 the- Sheriff) OHceolta. County .SUiLeof Florida: \ anil.: uernto| n-lriK('rtitinK I. }.lRi>ti, nn'lto lie 'it KrNohTKd. I by tI... Ij- ilaluriuf limit :Hlale' I in the Lake Region oj Florida.
l! 152 .
OI'Fl TO IU> U kntmn. hut I. H < luy -wford. Kecrel io a..."cut) relriKHTHimn" I tMir; : >in<>rH. and tll i Notice of Application to Sell .f FlorIda ro : Trucking and Farming Lands In largeor

l.ry ofStt.- of tho "Mttc' of Florida.
.dv notice ifSal. (jtMit'rul, Kle> in B nt. it-r 1 Ii 3 mill illre lo buy sol It, To all whom of the (" ,O"lutioll of the Suite uf Klurlilii, rids : $

T. //ft. RIVERS Al. D. <> >ln County; "latAof Flu, i.Ia. on Tui-mluy nemlcpMilInK i1M" rllmtf: IInd] dofll lit < OH'' < oko rtnd, tttbcr 'Notice in hereby it FOllY given concern that the: unilvrgiicnm] II. livttdlhe. .1 oil mete ry Di.IlirlTumfrit| to be moo in- CITY PROPERTY!: A'SPECIALTY. .

I .. the (arM 'Monday' ID NovtnnhtM. A D In IHTHl. Le. I 1'> |I'TI )h...-, llbM nr OllKTWiSf' HO' .'. TownHend.. icuarduin" of the pUMp of Thomas ieri' -'-'' "U'9. IU) and -II (if Hall. Arlk-bi IM .

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONOflice' 1 '' the Haul Tu.'M.luy WinK tht1 -' <| ":iirt-I | r.\\i-Mi* ,, nmrlu. t. tn 1 thxtribute. -und Blackwell liliol. will make application to the gui t b. haiue' mire hereby. atfrt- .d.to HIM) tthall be; List your property with me for quick

I IGIITII DAY 01' XOV, 'IHKU I o1UI..II! Iii... l.'T lullllff% HII'l) V .",<1 tO H<'<)ll.r<'. Honorable ot MibltlltttHl "n < I 1111' .-loilor. til I InState. .t thti sales. -
I T.M Murphy. County Judge .5
over Jbceolu. I'tiariuacyPH Tor Iteiarenenlatbve. from the nd <- onirrrtuiicnulUmlrict I hy ,.u mm IIIt.t. l laK t-11t4 olborwiHc I roiiKtriirt. oi 5 Outri |1l'.1 "I'' ton to be held on the flrct TupwlaV
r $ of Florida. Sixly-twcond t ittliIi. (*\\ n. inaiiMH' aiitl ceola 'ounty. State of Tlorlda at hit ofBce I .",'r U".I1..tlunl..y I iu Nu 'inb..r .' D. nil),
.VI. -. !t I H 8i lctoUT. lor H. M. Breaker ,& Co.
< : {r Ute, ,,48 of the IJnttd -tal.,.. .'(.11 I) or it her\MP<. a*? I-OM* F'.r Two Justfcenof tie Huprm. < ourt of the |)tion if thesexiiicudiueni
the Intermit the-Huld Th"niai
Idiot
State of Flurklu..For >MHary or out -iUiti for nniil ..purinrnvK"' Blacj.WFll. I >> th) < rluilnal < ourt of Record lu: Box 175. KISSIMMEE FLA.wciAs .
in the real
followingdeacriUxl estate-
Dr. F. G. Thomason On* 'Member" of the HOUHV of li,'pr ,twntativen cuiiKtrut't. brftld. er..rt, ( dtHbliHb. 'purobuhf6thp . The Northeaiit quarter of the Northeast I and. for Ktcambia County shall be known as Hie, ----
quar-
,
of the Stt of Florida 1"0" "r t >rwls,* acquire and ow. n,. Court of f Kecoril in and for cell bounty and. lu
of the Northwest of II. in
Far Two Railroad mmiHHiuncrB of the "--tat of iimmtaltr Im 'rov". opvmt' '. (control ..Ul.| **:rrm .. Jl"r T'p 2.H. K ::1h., containing quarter" 10 acres.Witm Section. I.Addition to their prexent juriadlctlou!, the M.id ;
PHYSICIAN ,and SURGEON Florida.F0r nd, sell in otb.ir\v istt dlnpoae tit ,'ourt. suit. the juilxe$ thereof,, shah haveS In Eo-
>*K my hand and seal thin !nd utif Septem
County J ..d..e. -, .i\\\ iiiillR, fai. ton, H 'tore M. tmouiei K. ", <-aniblnouuly. concurrent with lh.. ('it- C
ber. A. D. 1910.
Office Phone 64 Residencel For ProHCoutlntr. Attorn,.. rest-,\' tri, warvbouBi'Ntharveti, plerH. ..ltvUtrn I. W. . TOWNSEIMJtluardian cult Cuurtufnaid county and the judge there/: s Wholesale and Retail .

For County AaacHaor. of T..... and other vorktand eonvt'uienrenbicti of. the Name original Jurisdiction of all other .

For Tax Coll.*ctor.|, may kvein, dir,*ctly or Indlrectlv c-onduclve to of <.....-. and matters and the same power aud authority Dealer in .
J MOON. Thoms.mhlsCkWeIl. Idiot.
P.A. VANSNEW< For l" untx.Treasurer- tiny of the object of tHe naiil company to btiy 1 lo iHBue all writs. .... the Circuit Conrt of

For Five County Conimlanl"nerii. ...qul.....
For Three Memlters ut the (County Board of IDt'nd coo" Oct an> other. buvtne, oroHratloni | I- s- capital cases. and tIe, power 10 summon and Fresh iBeef .
? I ATToRNEY AT LAw. . . . : I' Pork and
ernpaTil) .1 ar..n'l 1 -
: I Public Inatruction of any fliii.ucKT ln I h niav properly. bewith Notice of Application forTax Deed I urL

i- \ AND NOAARY Pt:1t'C.KISSIMJIEKI'1: Fur JuHtice of the I'ottce in, and for the follow-, ,'o.n"ed, or I IIM. lilt-ntal I U* the <>WiHTorinccfbffttl . Tbe Haiiie ru VK ..if l.r".d..n.1 prsrtlcc abd .

Inc JuHtice" DlntrletB, vie.: Nun 2 and ;. ctujil-H. ", t or "I tr.t"'l1 ul an 10'.. Under Sections 574 and 575 rtuif) of) trial L)' judges ad lit"*iu and refurceihl '

I Fur Conntublti in and for the following. JuntlceUiHtrlctM. ..0111)*, wood ttin* I JntnlMT' biminHfw t 8(1100111 any General Statutes of the I .. >-li obtain' ID ..ald Circuit Uotirt ..h.llob. MflttODPHONE4A. .

VIE NOR. 1 1. 2. an'l 't. mid all inch thJUKH M.. may L be* H-efHBry. or dt-: lain lu >..Id! : ''',ri of Kei'onl. The Goveroi.miiiy _
State of Florida.
J.s7. SIMPSON In testimony hereof. I have hereuntoet . untIe u rend i tin \)1., ) *.. f 'xd """UIIIVsuo..Hul. : "' nihiu iliM-rt'tiou, order any one fif the
JK. Notice hereby given, that J. S. WHllace'. purchaser Ore": my hand and afllxvd the Grea't: and I to lhi end Iliv n.1.1 coin| .nymny I one or moreterm .
DENTIST. [ L- S. I S.zIofthe) ""'I.f ...Iorld..t TallahaHtw II I- 'in) mibK-rlbe. to. lu Ftlistor .tberwi. *. at THX Certificate Nfl. H. dated the 'th lay: or p.rt. of
***. the i anital. thli..the twen- I' BC\klre| I hold..11) aapiifn traiififcr n..rtrnni( of Auliunt.. A. D. 110"*. has filed said -certificate in Iu: Tim Sui>re uio' Court the Stale HhallbaM' -- -- .

Upstairs in Katz ItuiUliuir.omcHoun ty-ninth day iif AUKUM, A D. 1910. I'\o'"e> or oilier. joe dlHUon. of the liar(', of tbt* my ofTlce.'and. baa made application for tan deed u ]*liate JurndU'tKiu. In all caiiiu of:

II m. to 12 w. H. LAY < UAWK>HI*. .'..'.Itnl..k. ) and boiitlH.. dt'tienturvN.MfuiirflieK to Ensue In accordance with law. Said certificateembracea \hu-h jurlMclI.-tlon in KrHiitrd lo said Court vf .

: \ 1:30:Ji. tu 5:30p.: m.: Secretary of State ubll""UO"8 or otbi-r' evident"of" delt created' the following doacribed property situated Iteeord Appeals. and writi of errornhallbo C. W. Qriffin .

Telephone N6. 76 Jun 5. Ivtr, To Chan.. F. Prevatu. or h"ti, t) by this company or by .nompftUT'or )' oll'er..r'tO.' In Onceola" county. Florid.. to-wit: prosecuted from'Uie..aid Court of Record to the .
.. ,' Nurth east quarter of north west Quarter Section Buprcmo Court It. accordance with. tbe "
Sheriff Oacuola" County. .lWn ooinpauleH or ".utuclatu C. lawn '
-, '.,r----L: ,,' ilmrtertd* tinder lb lawn. of flue Mile. of Flu 8. Township 16! South. Range :4? Rest .40 acres I and rulett\ governing such. proceedings from, the .
idft or of Buy oilier Bute or Territory, thy t. The Mid land being atwesuod at ,.he data of the Circuit Court to the Hupromo Court
<< Vol
: Notice of Real I
k J M... WILO JI' ,: .: 'IL" '. Application to SeU '. ' emS Wtalvd of Amoricfl ok1 of a'' J foreign odutitry,' luauanoe of.such eertlflcaU In the name of J, H. 0100. ,4f. All .Il1e i.rovlnlom; ot: the'Conxtltu- F FiCrocGries .
. , \ ,,'1rk', 'II'/J; / :';: \- .. ,/ -. .Estate.v' l.. ;'redorined *
: \ I ,. ;; mid "'Hlvrthe holder or owner thereof may exrrl : nler. Sr. ,Unless said certificate shall be lIoo ool al} laws o.cIOO ID ooDHUOanca tberewlih -

\ N0TAI4Y. : Pun1.c. :. t : : ftolif\ ; U hereby; given that the ;"d..r hrni.a. !'8Admhu..trator .. ** all Uu- rights and. IritlIeges uowner: according I \p, brw. tax 'deed will Issue iertaiulDK to the Mild .Crhniiial ,Court

? AT LAnGE. \ I'I'STATK of thu cBtat.. tif Walt-r II..... Sr.. .hti.. I iticlndin I Hit, ntbt to'vott 'on t h. -0' j k nfuy thereon on the 17th d.y of Heptember A. D. 1")0.Wltneai ) I. Rrctird and the officer. th..of. incltidlnK the -AND-

d'cv..m-<). will make ....plk'utiun, I. the Honorable I .. <.>1 IIIT nu'"i oinfaiiy. uorporHtfoii, pr aMt..1 my official iirnatuj-e and avid thi tlieISthday innnner of th i appoliitint-nl' or i-luct left? and the .

Real Estate Agent. 1'. M. Murphy. County Judjfeof OHet-ola County. elation <110' may vmlrHemtec/ or become surety I II In of AulruKt. A. D. 1910.ARTHUR tirniMul offlt-e and (..rnpen..II, >n uf Hairllofftcera r
'
Stale of Florufa. in J'rohate oil tinu ofi Mundt.V. 'i"'I"e< t to t I.. "hMrfi of the' "-r-npila) >tto.>k. andibc E. DONEG IN. I 'li.: ,PI,,>''T with Ilk* ..fTf<*t to tilenaid Court FRESH MEATS : .

KISS MMJoJo:. Jo'I.OIUl)/t the third du> of October, \.191/l..t/ HI A. Mor biin<.U di'beuttiN-K. 'f< "n''... ...10 (tir-Uoini' : _. < lerk Circuit' 'ourt OsctHtla, :'of Kot'ord\ l"'lf the otfV-'ers) thrreof except", an

an soon thereafter. a.. esol!
H. D. GEIGERAttorneyatLaw for an order .uthorl.l_ the undemiirned or to be h.p u-l. by ni y older. <*or|oritioii( < 0111pnity .- I offal*! CrnnliiKi Couit' of Record nlialbe . S '""- :

I' .. Adminiittrator. aft afunmaid to nell. or contracttoaellat or ( ..Iii&tI tel. or HNkorlatioii. I'bnrtcrtMltitidvr ( : Notice of AUachmentHt thcitH., <-i-rH NHld< Court of Ktioord and dis

: .... private ..1e. the folluwtnx; deacribed the lawn of thin or an) oilier male or I .h.rJe tbedutini and rec lye the emoluments Delivery Every Day at
t of Florida S SOnceola Any Hour
land. the .rooorty of aaid ...tate. situated In *atd: Territory of (tIC Unit**! ..tu(.'t of Anierira' or County I I of the rmpurlive.offices' until the explratlODof .

Stato Hank Hlda.i. county of OV'eola' to-wit: of tiuy Toreiffu country (Ce) may quire bypurrbahf. In t toutyJudge. C'ourt. I their present terms of office .Tb.. .salary of: Patro age Solicited .

The fractional South half of the South half of Ifaae or oiberw.tM'. tbe good utll.hiitliitwf . To Detroit > oat ('ompsny. Detroit. Michiuan. the Jadge of ..ld Court of Record shall be two o

Kissimmee, Floridai Section thirty-five TownaMp twenty-five South. rb htH, ruperty and uNits of all You are hereby. notifled that a Writ of Attach. j IhoUHSnd anil five.hnr.ulred dollars n_, M_ v.,mr__ .. .hn__.__ North Kissimmee Phone N;". .8 'VJ . ,

." ?. --- Ranm twenty-nine East and fractional Section kind. and uodertt.k or underwrite, aaKunie. or ment has been Issued against you and your property ,i able quarterly by the' County of Eaeamb4a. aud i .. .... ,.1

;. two. Townihtp twentyaix South. flange twenty- guarantee the whole or any part of the lt.Ml- attached to aatiafy th. demand of A. J. may be. ,iDcreased by the Legislature ---5-- -5

ath lc afh > -< nine Eaat; and aouth Half of tho Northweat qua: lieu'. of any ludlTUlual, firm or ahHocialiuu, (Griffith amounting to fifty dollara.. From and after the expiration of. the I.no..f

/ ril7.:; J tar of Section on. Township iwenty-alx Scud ii. compatiy or corporation. n0V or herecfter bngaged Now unleaa you'ahall appear beforeT. M. Mur- office of tbe present judge the judge of aald

f p Range twenty.nlne Eaat; and fractional South- In a ftlmilar bu..loe.i, aud may pay forth ..l1J'. County Judge of Aid county in and for aaid Court of Heourd shall bold LIB office. for four

weat quarter of ciion one. TuwnaltiptwentyalxHouth .. ttuiu lu ut\(ney. clOCk l.outls.debm.-uturevr county at hia office at Kiaalmmee, on the 3d day year*. Artesian Wells

" H.n..twenty.nln. Ea.t.u.pteom..ne- other aecuritles or ,llgHtlon of tbkn corporation of October. 1910 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon.

i I Real Estate Agency. I I ins t>''l feet Eaat of the Northwest corner of the or otherwise ; (.4) mat encumber ItH property judgment will be rendered ajrainat you. and your : JOINT .

: rI Northeaat quarter of the Northwest quarter. of or any part thereof or twit or lain the property sold to the debt- I RESOLUTION, Proponing an Amendment I. DRILLED ,
.. .. pay ANYDEPTH
4I I .. to "ctlon Thlrty-flTe of Article
V
Section t o. Township twenty-aix South. Raoge ame to any other company. or may'oopanlidate Dated this 16th day of A......" A. D. 1910. of ---.t. '
I Realty bought and sold. twenty-nine Eaat; (then_ North to the lake; or merge with any other company chartered S H. D. GEIGER. the oDKlitutJon of Florida, Kelatlug to Ka.tablifthnient .

Houses thesce Houtbweatarly along the lake to a point under the law of this or any other Stale.; Amy M-tl Attorney for Plaintiff ot Courts. : Let Me figure' With You 1I
-I rented. due w..t borrow Be It Resolved l>v the xrislamru! of
of the atarttnv point; thence eaat to the money when necessary' or convenient --- --- '-- the &

I, Taxes paid and Titles ver- tartlnir point. Containing fire acre. more or for the purpoftfti of the company, and laaua the of Florida. I Guarantee Satisfaction' *
I ified for non-residents. 1_ in the South half of the Houthweat quarterof company noIre or obligations therefor; and An Ordinance- That the followin.amendm to Bectloq Tblrtyflve !*

: Fire, Life and Accident In- t. Section thirty-five. Township twgnty.flSouth. Is trben thereunto .authorised bY a favorable vote. An Ordinance to Amend ait Ordinance Kntitled. of Article V of the Constitution of '1or -

_, Ran*. twenty-nine RaiL of a majority$ of )It.. flock may make Issue and "An Ordinance PrescrIbing the Width. Grade. Ida 1"'el11''r..d to and shall be propoaed

; surance. I And except comrnencinff. at tb. ...... point aell or negotiate lie. bond, and secure. the pay Contraction and ComposItion of Sidewalk and ,Habnltted to the elertors of the State forapproval H. N ; BRATTON

Indemnity Bonds. .J j; above mentioned thence running Aouth 1V& feet minI of asia bondn by a i ortgage' or deed of Upon C.rtalnStresta. of the City," Approved or rejection at the uext general Clef> I

.w. w- .. .... ... b I to a poet thence Weat to the lake thence North.I trukt on itn property real and persona or any, September 28th. 1900 tlon hereafter that la to say said Section Tbrlr-
I weeterly. around the lake to where paid lake runaNortheaaterly. part Vbepeof. then owned or thereafter &cquJrml. Be It Ordained. by the Council of the City. of Klaaunmee ty-flve! ofiwld. Article shall be amended .lo ...auto .
i read aa follow I ,
thence Northeasterly along the : I
: k lake to a point due Writ of the auartkiar point, It in the Intention that the object) and put'Oe Bictlon 1. That Section 8 of an ordinance en Bee :3& J'o courts other than herein epoclftedHhall i *.. <>.0)eo 5 o..9. t

tbance Eaat *o the atartln point. Containing thirtjrfive . *p c'lfled In thin .e. ond c auHe ahall be In titled. "An Ordinance Prescribing. the Width. boentabllihed lu this Slate. except that ,1 : .

W. L. VBK DDZOR acre. 'uiore or I.... in the Northweat DP wIne limits! or re-.trie-led br reference tu or- -Grade. Conatructlon and ComposItIon of Side- the Le.IIII"ture may provide for the creation I THE TVlpEAWEEKTIMESUI ':

{ quarter of Section two. Townahip tw.ntF-aI'i:I i Inference. from tbe terms of any otbe ..1.u""l" walks Upon Certain Htrevta of'the City.. approved and eslabiUhnient of such additional Ju.<1lolal ," ,,

:, South. Rang twenty-nine RaiL ] tbU charter clod aball be coniitrund an inde- September ifath. 190V. be amended ao as to, Circuits u may from time to lime become neo- r ION ,

DatidKopt.'T." 1910 KNRY"T IASS. pendeut obJet'U awl aa In furtherance I&ud not read M fellows' : csserj.and. fortbt
! '*. A VanaAvnew. aa Ad'miniiitrator In limitation!! of the general powers conferred I .'Seet"'o 3. AU aldewalka upon aiM atroata I tonfirmaMon 1>V tb. ""-Honshu- oddlt'nhal- \',;I .1 'S

(;' Attorney for Eatate. 37 by the lawn of tbe Hlaie of Florida ou a cun>o- ahall be constructed and composed of either tile cult Olrjudges tber..for. whoae terms of efnce The Tlm-a-Union owiII sand

ration Of.thin character.AKTIC. vitrified brick or cement. andalid toucral jnrlHdlrtlon shall be the same. 'I you ( by mail ) the Tuesday. ad

Real Estate Nobice E III "If of tile the tiles ahall be laid in a bed of cement aim herein. providud for he Circuit JudtreM herein Thursday Israel of the daily,
f. v already provided containing all regular f.
N utice !I. hereby given to mil perwinv holding Tbe ani("uiit of capital mUtc uuihornuMl not leas than two Inches thick composed for. and may clothe any *turcs
'&..8 claim. or demand. ) affalnflt the .tata of N.nn. iball be Twruty-flve Tb"uOft"eJl'ull.ry.' } divided one part of cement and three parts of sand and Kailrond Comtoliwion with judicial powen InallrnatlMrs very latest market rttx>rt* and

,, C. Oliver deceaned. to present the aatne. duly *u. Into Two lit nilred and flf y ahaien uf the par the edge of the walk shall be protected by eithera their offlte.Tl . QODn *cted with the function of arriculinre special depevtnaents hortJculnii'e.devoted' to

thenticatod. to the underal.ned. within two TaJue. ..f
years. .. preacribfd by ,law. otberwiae the _.... or all of -aid capital. stock may be payatrleeltber Bermuda. erase sod. i .e totem cast In compliance, with said I ..

l' KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA will be barred; and .11 persona Indebted to aakiewtute In each or In piopertr, , labor or wrvices "If of vltrifled brick. the edges of the brick 1JOt.rd. amendiiieuti. and the canvass, ..'. pro 0JK YKA.H. ONB OLIAH !

\ are hereby required to m.l<. Immediate .t a J JU"l valuation to be fixed by the inu. aiid returns thereof hall be ....
; aettlutnent wltb the undemljrned.Ausruit tort or bv the director.. at n meeting, caviled for or by. other sufficient material the same regulntloua .n.-I' .11-........ .....O.e
and
revtrldlons'
J:i:)) W. JII0IrI (j"N 1tth.:< 1910.I ftuch puropae. The authorize 1 capital a took "If of cement. the first coat shall be 1.lot-not provkled"' by law for g--'n"rai rlectloui &

FRANCIS McI'ONALD OLIVER nifty be lamed Aol paid for such, lime or times leea than.... and. a half Inches thick comported Stale. of FloridaIn

Executor of the Lauit Will and Testis, a .d upon such terms and. conditions; aa the one part cement to three. parts of ....... and tba <-
wberuvf I have hereunto
I bent 'of Nannie C Board of Director op coat shall be not Ie.. than half set
' Oliver deoemaed. may determine K may beInertaced one Inch thick. my hand and affixed the oreal Beat of the State" Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
, N. C. BRTAN. beyond the smount atat.d'.. thov Id.d composed of one part cement and one part aand. of Florida, at Tallahassee, the :

FUNERAL DIRECTORand 4-tt Att'". In Fait for Eneeutor. by law from time to time. and the edges of the walk ahall be protected by twenty-fifth day of July. A. D. 1910.Capital, Ibis . .
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a 13 Inch woooaa atrip and the outer edge shall
ARTICLE H
IV. CLAY
, Notice The be banked by Bermuda ..... sod" CRAWFORD .
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; corporation (Seal
"hall have successIon by It* ) Heeretary' of State.
Notice ?.ctice a. All ordinances ,
hereby .lven partaoCordfnaneiseIn -" ." PRESSING
to all peraon holding corporal name perpetually and shall) exist = =- = "" =-- a .
t LICENSED EMBALMER. clalma or demanda a alnat the eatatc of Lieut. perpetually. conflict herewith be and the aame or hereby ..*

) Cot W. B. Cadmmn. deeeaMd. to preaent the ARTICLE V. .....& ... Notice to Creditors DYEING ..

. aanM duly authenticated to toe uno ralr. ed. The business or bualaeaMa of the Read a first and second time by unanlmona eon- Notice Is hereby given' to eredltora heirs'and' REPAIRING "

! within two yeara aa pmcribed by law. otherwise ..b.1be conducted by a Prealdent" ooe'company sent and p....I In open session this J5th. day ofAusnat tstrlbuteea of toe estate'of Temple A. Minx. .

--{>pposit.:Courthoua .. the same will be barred; and all ........... Indebted Vice PreoldeDt.e.reta.. .., and Treasurer or more and A' D. 1910. deceased. thai I hire bean appointed admrala.

" .. MId Utato ... hereby' required to make Immediate snob other officers. the Board of Directors Attest: trator of the above named estate sod that all L..o 4:
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f'i. aetUement, with the underlined.JANK may hereafter determine upon and A Board of J. R. Q1LBKBT. T. M. RIVRRSCIstk. persona hiring claims against Ibe ..tM.. moat will. word be called at mj house and cloth4
CADMAN. Directors. Prwddeat of Council present thenutoiy; aaUienUealed for lor aDd, retarDed I.
consisting of Dot l.a. than five nor settlementwltblnJLbejUmt
i. ,LswM1I ; FLORIDA I IxecntrU of Estate: of W. Kv _.". thai,...nln..-. lf.(irhf.lrtt -'..Ioo--aIt.111> D Approved! this 17th- day .,of .Aufn.t,.A.-_n. lalBBaAl. .. :; prescribed by law
.-'t cadesia; D.c.sse. ..I UDaaU,. The "nn |l election shall jelecUd ( .) T. ... MURPHY. Klaelmxtae rial. CLAReNCE A. MINX Satisfaction

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,: 'Classified I Advertisements Ill'YOU WANT an extra bargain 'iti '

,, fane/ dress goods go to H. C. Stan- .
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It "." ,,Advertisement' are.,''inserted, ., under"this head- at the. rate it 9 C..t I. I I.TIN* we ford.have roofing' the guttering goods tools, _pump and 4, workI men:w.tl-to*] I. For r..th next 30d days we..wiII' sell! I:. : J ;


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.I. ,; Plumbing Shop. 30-tl jI

I FOU KALE \ft'NTED'W :, ANYONE anywnere- : .toma...t mall .

.... order bU8ine//8.at home. No canvass
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', ANT D-To exchange double- 'rrel ing. Be your own. boss. Send for free
FOR SALE-A Mn.
:: good milk cow breech-loading shotgun for a bicycle. booklet Tells how. Heacock A'Zl. <<.
D. P. Graham. 38-2t '
", Address box-697, city. 29tf Lockport N. .Y.
--FOR SALE-rfour good mules J. W. FURNITURE at
.. M ler.. '28-tt WANTED-To buy 3,000 or more WE cart sell your orange grove for f rea-
acres of Florida land for colonisation.Must a son able price on short notice. List

PRENTIS Mil. Kimball 'pianos and or -. be good I land, well located. Address with us and allow us'a chance tover .. .
Ohio. 37-2t ify this statement, R. D.Waring&Co. '
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,.; gan. See him at The Home Store. P. O. Box Dayton '

FOR SALE-Four hundred first-class TWENTY boys wanted: to wo.kr; ;;;-a SEWING Machines-Agency- for Singer '

Cypress Posts cheap. Shetland pony cart and harness. machines. Cash or bn easy payment. a'--

.' ;?36-4t l'-V._ Outlaw. I Liberal pay to bright boys besides the $3.00. per month. Machines rented. *
chance to earn a pony. Successful The Home Store. Zl. f 11 COSTfOrCASfl; ;
. FOR bargains in resident property boys will! be given permanent positions :

truck lands and orange groves call on which will not Interfere with other DON'T neglect your children's eyes
H. M. Fla. 4-tf
Breaker. Kissimmee. duties. It. A. Wiley. ___ while they are in school. For headache ,

FOR SALE at a Uarg l -Sawmlll. 6.000 I WANTED-To purchase a large lot ;ol weak eyes or eye staain, see Dr. .

feet capacity-and. timber. Apply to cypress:: cross ties. Inspection and Davis; optician_Park Ioie_ ._ _37-tf .., :
S, S. Griffin, Goths. Fla. 29-tfj I settlement at point of loading on Atlantic J < I.
Coast Line Ry. (Address Gress HAVING secured the services of Mr. _
j I HAVE for aale-several nice pieces of Mfg Co.. Jacksonville. Fla. 34-9tpd Abram Cook a registered Muter
i residence property, close in and very Plumber of Philadelphia Pa., we are .
desirable. S. W. Downing. 37-tf in better position than ever tosupplythe "
FOR RENT r to'Anyone" at these Prices/ SI"
---<: -- n -- public's demand. Pioneer Plumbing REMEMBER: Nothing Charged
FOR SALE-A *
good gentle bay mare Shops. 37-2t
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and buggy. Inquireof M. C.jBrock at .
DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Tiller .
the Park hotel; 88-tf .: THERE is no country so good but it .
.. I has its bad side, and no country so II' '
CYPRESS Posts-<00 good cypress FOR RENT-Several nice office rooms bad but it has its good side. My motto '
for sale
posts at a bargain.
"Tell both Downing the
to C. W.
P' 36-4t. P. D. Outlaw. in Fraternity Hall. Apply
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Dann. Secretary. 27-tf Real Estate Man. :17-tf :
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< FOR choice 5 ac-re suburban home I -- -- -

tracts see Kissimmee Gardens. J. M. FOR RENT-Some excellent trucking AN monthly intelligent corresponding person may for earn $100 IROSS GRAVES !Is
-. newspa-
Willson Jr. 20-tf I lands some of which is tiled and has pers. No canvassing. Send for par
close to
J' flowing well in .arid handy ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245,
FOR SALE-30 acres of good land inside the center of town we have 20 acres
city limit Will well at a bargain extra fine land for cropping this fall Lock port, N.Y. > |

1 if taken at once. S. W. Downing and winter that we will rehton sharesor ; .
b in Opera House blo k. 37-tf otherwise. See NeUotrs about it. THE EMPIRE Life Insurance Company
wahts a good hustling agent in this

FOR SALE-6 lots r,; E. 1,. Lesley -37-tf..-- locality at once. A profitable occupation Y .....VVVVVV-VVVV -- -VVVVV - - -VVVVVVVVW -4
Addition to Kissimmee 0xl81 feet. LAUNCH FOR HIRE-Pa.rtiei' .. wish will be the result if you writeto

Apply to Jas. M. Johnston abstract ing to go on the lake either for P. A. Run). District Agent Fort

a office, Kissimmei t 33-tf business or pleasure, day or night Myers Fla. Do it now. Mad It Clear.A .
-_ -- I ran be accommodated by applying to senator speaking of the advantages
< ACRES of finest truck ing land for sale I GUARANTEE; word I tell '0'c.; &r
J. M, Hansel every you of clearness of statement told a c7LL.h.
in heart of-Kissimmee .
j or rent City.R. about Florida to be the absolute truth,
L. Roberts, P. O. Box 836.: :38-11 and will retund if story about'a restaurant to Illustrate '
r q ROOMS AM! HOARD I come here at my nolicitationpnil your mone: you findit his meaning lie said: DEALER tri FINE LINE OF i

FOR SALE, 40 acr-s in city limits, on otherwise. S, W. Downing Realty "This restaurant advertised a dinner I' STAPLE AND FANCY I II

clay road between St. Cloud and Jis- .ROOMS for R..ntApply to MrD.. Dealec. Kissimmoe. )Fla. 37-tf but not In the loose way many other; I
.immee. $tnD.OO( per acre Apyly to M. Breaker :31-tf restaurants advertise dinner as be- i

l Jas, M.Johni Abittract office :3.r>tf',' W HEN, visiting SL Cloud our Kinsim- tween certain hours whether there I I ,. G ROC E R I E S. ,
-- - -- FURNISHED .. with board friends
room met are invited to make their would be enough dinner to last between -
FIVE and ten acre tracts of the finest'' :SI _ _Mrs. W W. Saunders, Park St. headquarters with the 8t. Cloud Drug The I
{ hose hours not No.
or
trust lands in Florida fronting clearwater I' Co. All the popular drinks can be -FRESH..N PURE I
.., lakes and protected BOARDERS) wanted Mrs. E. J. Alvej' had at soda fount and i man who ruim that restaurant bas aproper ''
thoroughly ,
I our oar iceis FREE DELIVERY to all parts of tie city. Prompt aid courteous e
i from cold. S. S. (driflin owner, can accommodate several persons with Fam i the bent that can be made. knowledge of his responsibilities oa.l
a. 32-if'' board and at her home E 40. 10:
Gotha. Fla ; room in rear and of the exact use of the language .
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a .'ORSAL - of of school house, or board" without II. B Zimmerman, with I Lakeland Artificial He advertised. 'Chicken pie
1 -A number full blood
room. 3-1-tf ... .
i rose comb Rhode Island Red cockerels I Stone Co., has rented a build- 25 cents; from 12:30: until gone. --- -. ..----- - -- - --

6 months old. Price, $1.50 each. FURNISHED I rooms, for light housekeeping ing on the Midland R. R. where he Saturday Evening Poet '\

Apply to J. ,E. Whitman. 37-6t-nd 1 nice, clean and airy for rent will be making tile. We invite you
long or short terms!; no drinking to see how we make them-.not faced A Cynical' Statesman.

FINE lands improved or unimproved gambling or any immoral conduct allowed -just as good on the bottom as on The Buying that "all men have their

I large ot small beautiiul tracts high and dry, Mrs. "'. G. Thomason. Old top. 37-tf price" IB ascribed to Sir Robert Wal- | New Shoe Store /
on margin. of clear water Opera House. 33-tf
In .
lake. Write for prices and terms to IF you are thinking/ of locating in pole. While speaking of a faction
4 S. S. Griffin, owner Gotha, Fla. 32-tf THE I Transient;:; Rtaurant;; is now open Florida come to Windemere and let parliament which bitterly opposed

and ready to serVe the public with me show you some of the best fruit some of his measures be said, "You

MUCK land near KissImmee on which the best meals, cooked! by thforoughlj and vegetable lands in the state see with what zeal and vehemence Ladies' Gent's and Children's Shoes ,
flowing wells can be obtained is bringing competent northern cooks The pricesare fronting{ on lake and protected from these gentlemen oppose mr and yet I

I from $100 to 200 per acre I can right and the service as good as cold. Five and ten acre tracts at prices know the prfce ot every man In this t HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE
sell you the same kind of land for *25 can be had in Kissimmee. E. A. and terms to suit. S. S. Griffin, owner "'
L an acre. H. M. Breaker & Co 28-tf bouse except three.
Barnes, proprietor. 38-It Gotha. Fla. 32-tf
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Of some who called themselves patriots and YOI'I'
t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for KIRit he said: "Patriots! I could raise Buy MARSH & WHIDDEN'CASH |
See
SPLENDID
1 '+ opportunity to secure a >
simmee Property-35 acresall fenced, MISCELLANEOUSWADE '
four and
of them within twenty
fifty
4 (' lot of good feed. We have a nonresident -I BASIS
one>-half mile north of- limits.
city client who has I 5 acres close in"", hours I have raised many( In one '
Cheap to quick buyer. Values rapid the tuner Orlando. STATE BANK BUILDING! ti
+! ly increasing. Thos. McDowell, Kissimmee : ... _ with a good crop of cowpeas and desires night 'Tl... but to refuse' so unreasonable
Fla. 38-11 REMNANTS on sale atC.\V. Dann'a. to let some one harvest them on' demand and ,up 'sprtnp a patriot. ,
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shares, and the land ia for rent to ." .
framed the Home Store. other truck this fall I
WE have for sale 4,000 acres of land PICTURES at grow potatoes or .- "
s';' near Kissimmee that will produce and winter. For particulars see Nelson A Dilemma,, ,....,........................,....................,....,..........
REMNANTS in lace and embroidery at Co. .
Realty
.r.: .-, .' '1,000 worth of vegetables per acre C. W. Dann's. 27-tf -.' .._ ...____ :-.....:... >Ir, Crlmsoubeak hunter In Newfoundland : WHAT IT MEANS /
''\ .' every year. We are offering it for when 'can own'' wfio baa lost Ills bearings or .. .' \ . 0,
WHY
J ,i," .'sale at $25 an acre. H.., M. Breaker FOR fresh fish 'phone. the .Rail Bass pay rent you for a finds himself la a fog lira no difficulty i Many ixxipla. lo hot teuotewlmt Bank'/I Oar.itall' for.or the <"li0.r..nc. between .
.home. Why spend ..
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yoor money ,
& Co. 28-tf Market No. 189. 19-tf the .. a bank of littte or tie capital and our "oapltAlA .
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.. . soda water, cigars, and such' things In finding the way, as. owing to .
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-- -- ---- -- - : IIASIC'H! < AIMTAf/ANM> HI1H.PI.I'H i iI.
that realize nothing from when constant west winds, the tops of all
J FOR SALE AT COST-For the next I FOR dressed poultry phone the Rull you : 'I : ,M i e 'ftiiM 1 ih*' |>rrifl<< tin ,im-ti'irM, frnin I li*<*.. tht r"'(or. the verger, It t. the
I thirty days I will sell entire stock' Basil Market. No. 189. 19-tf you can buy a lot for 5100 by paying the trees point east Mrs Crtnasdn : (..a.S.' prott ilo"i the ltit"-i"trt, HA S 1\'I".I.k 1 tt-t- M
my
$5.00 down and five dollars a month, want to ,
of Harness, Saddles Collars Whips -- -- beak-Rut suppose be doesn't .... (lapitel of IMtr.r1 n, r
Bridles GO TO J. M. Post to get jewelry without interest or taxes.! When east?-Yonjcers Statesman Surpluw' ha'I"l of f 1&m>>' eilniikhorler
and at cost All your go .
goods .
new ,
paid fot-\ have saved the $100 and j : Ilebl'Ity NINMI, ) miA
and first-class. Nothing soldexcept watches and clocks repaired iA tf you j
__ _ also get the benefit of the increase
for bash. Mrs. A. Mayneld. 38-2tpd u you Married For Money. i total l H' 'I ll/'l'*"> ,miNir =
----- MUTTON fresh fat and tine, at the in the value of the property. "Do to that married I' : \1'iu.. lOuag, that we m.. +l Ido: (II'rpNt/MI, I>o,!'>.... Uipoltori noul/1/ I.... a '
mean :you
FOR Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf I have eighty-eight very desirable yon say : Dent ThM i>niteoi t...i IK 'for YOC, .
SALE-A residence which eSTATE
cost ---- \ Iota which I am offering at the above for money? .. 1
$2,600 fine; 10-acreorange.grove timber land and 100 AGENCY of the White Star Laundryat named price and terms,for thirty days "In a way I did I got maimed because I BAN OF KISSIMMEE
,
acres : fronting
beautiful clear on a the Home Store..Phone 1S1. only. Do not delay buying one; of I couldn't afford to stay engaged j i I

re from railroad; water postoffice lake and half school.mile .- .. - of these1 lots. Call on'I:. D. Wanng any longer".:-Cleveland Leaden. : (0(,_ear Motet. FLGR/OA.
and ir"*, application at duce ,
fly strands put your .
strand 1.25
Price 6000. S. S. Griffin owner WOOD per ; and watch Kissimmee : r. A. I:ARSON J HV 1>1. I.UK \. B AKSON =
Gotha, Fla. 32-tf *5.76. Kissimmee. Lumber. Co. 29-tf. i6tf R.grow.D Waring. frothing" can be produced eat of : Pr..tdGitt Vlp..I."t..... Cuhier; =
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>r ON ACCOUNT other business I offer you aeen .
at sacrifice $500 cash, 7 acres;2 acres Overs" just arrived at C. W. arm's... IF YOU desire to purchase building ,. Frost FrM. - .
fin Crop will :2! cent lots, home farm orange grove or
grove. pay per /5 OR 6 DOSES "666" will cure any case other properties this section of The southern tip of Florida Is the
on investment limits. An
Ideal poultry farm.Nearclty If sold this month of Chill and*ever. Price. 25c.. 14-2Ut. Florida it will pay you.t cair.r writeme ; only aot; In. the United Stats* which
-- -- -- I have for
before purchasing. fcaa known ffeesevLarge
never
will 40 head chickens
include and turkey
LAKELAND Artificial Stone Co. will
the moat desirable
w ale some of prop.
*. Address Owner' box 733 put you in a good tile sidewalk. 3Ttf .erty in Osceola county which we offer desk blotters JOc at this office ONEHOURRED .
Orlando Fla 38-1 tpd '
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at verY low prices and a great portion I

FOR SALE-BOO acres fine hammock JACOB Sundries SHANNIBARGERBI4yeleaand Orlando. Fla.. 33-lOtnd:: of terms.it is If offered'you have oji property extremely ia easy the _ __ _. : ___ 1 TAG SALE! .f

and muck land with
some heavy pine North that cannot readily sett at
timber on tract; 20 acres in cultivation IF YOU want the beat walk in town you I

M ; 100 acrea ready for plow; two see the Lakeland Artificial Stone Co. class its value of property if you will YOU advise ha-v-e and me the the 7 to 8 P. M. Saturday Sept. I 17

bearing orange groves; two miles of P..O. Box 505. 37-t[ class of property you desire t. par- 4

"r lake Clou beach.I-on East Land Lake lies near opposite Hilliard'St. NELSON REALTY COMPANY can chase in this effect section it; j j" possible to Do. You : In order tb have room for new goods we are foreed to sell about n
r that I can arrangements
sell List It with them
Island. to R. G. Johnston your property.
Apply '
fir wi, City Tax, Assessor Kissimmee.___33-tf_ -- for quick sale and square dealing.-37tf- your make business agreeable and exchanges.assure you I legitimate solicit- I 1 1'1 1 DOL PAIRS MEN'S PANTS AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. r

LIST your property with RTo. Wanng dealings. R. D. Waring- 3Stf i t
SALE- Ten of the most desirablelota Own Your
FOR & Co. for sale at State Bank
quick GO to Wilder's Studio for fine phobo-
in the town of Kissimmee at exceptionally building. 23-tf graph 3fl-tf All Sizes, And they range In price from $1.25 to $5.00

low prices and extremely
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I h easy term.the most If desirable you desire building\ to purchase Iota JUST arrived-big stock of Guns. Leggings Leprosy In England I Per One Hour Only They Go For One-Hall Price. }

Hunting Coat and Ammu ..been ?
t Leproey la .M'b; some toe. Own Home
you should not delay calling on me at 36 j .
nition.. Ross Graves.. . England tee Normans '
once for particular concerning!: the - -- 1 Introduced Into by;
A., Sine and price will I be marked: in plain figures on a red tag on each pars
above mentioned lots. fir were In
\ IF you want to know the truth about but hospitals lepers

'36tf R. D. ._Waring. Florida, call On or write t a S. W. existence before the battle of U stIngs. IF NOT WHY NOT, ? J REMEMBER FOR ONE HOUR ONLY

J FOR SALE' cheap for cash or will exchange Downing. He tells both sides. -37-tf . Leprosy; has bean practically absent ,

for property' In or near Kis SPECIAL Hosiery Sale now on at H. from England attire Elisabeth's Coma in and let me show you I BETTER: COME EARLY AND GET THE 1'ICK OF) THE BUNCH

simmee a 5-acre orange and grapefruit C. Stanford Co.'s. Reduction of 25 reign. Th leper window to be seen bow foolish you: are farms .
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t t grove 4 years old. 500 boxes cent. from regular price while
per church still attest the grip rent when could I
In ancient ** paying you
20 fine land 81-tf
season acres
t this coming ; ; they last. -,
I also 2 houses and one acre grove located which the disease once had on Eug just as well be buying a home : 'CHAS. W DANN
in Canet Colony. Cuba. Call or: OFFICE fixtures, filing ,cabinets and land lepers belnc severely separated with this same mohey. 1

write. S. W. Ph ill hpwn I Box 172. I; labor saving devices of all kinds. from the rest of the community a separation A/dollar/ '
I Fla. 36-tf Yawman & Erbe make See Prentia spent for rent is I
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Kissimmee, which ettendeven: to '
I at the Home Store. forever.
1U gone
alastlcel matters Thongh ravage

;', FOR SALE-A Florida,4 10-acre acres of lot orange at Narcoos-grovein ,I FOR ANY kind of metal; especially were greater among the poorer clastce.! A dollar spent in the

see bearing and 4 acres of peaches just I, roofs use Black 'Pearl metal paint. It was not unknown among the nobility tandard Home Co. not only THE PIONEER PLUPIBlNaS ITWATBO AT

-- -eomingr into bearing,-2. houses,-one Rees (hav...; 34-tf -and l gentry, and Robert the here, ays.your rent:but it buysou KIBS1MMBE. FLA

i new dwelling and 2 good wells of water a1 r It' YOU have--roof tl needs: < painting victor of Baanockburn. succumbed to I 95cts. worth of
well. All
; one a driven It In 1:129.: H. EDMOND SWABEYCONTRACTING
Black Pearl metal paint is the ome which is all yours.Jomain .
and 20 minutes walk to post- -- ----- --
fenced Address : right thing for this climate.: Ross I Toned Him Down
Price $2,000 anjl let
I ul office and depot. I \ me explainur
4 g,Km Mr. Rathbun on the place, orme I .. Graves. 34-tf This photograph doean't look a bit plan to you. I I PLUMBER'I
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at Wapakoneta. Ohio. Dr. E. R. ; LIST-your property--with- :TIlt.-I guarantee I| like me," said Bnarley. to the pholpgrapber. # I

;,. Freeman.-' .... . .372tpd._. _. I fair treatment to both buyer I I i . PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES .
S. W. DoWning Opera i i "I know It. said the photographer.
and seller-
-" the day. week or month : -
d S 4 .,' FOR rent by all Jiew rooms
e, several nice hot and cold water in each 1 you; for fear yon wouldn't take It.I ."- I .' Tinning, Brazing, Pipe Cu1 ting, Threading. :
I w. furnished of JUST drop us a postal if you want a Exchange. OfEU DOUSE'IL06. Steam "
I free bath prettiest part town, beautiful tile walk-one that will last I \ OFFICE III I I Pipe Fitting. Pump Work ,.

ovetlookin the lake. Good meals j i a lifetime. P. O. Box 1 605) Kusim- 1 Old papers for sale. at tIIllI.fflcea20 ) l) I and General Jobbing ',:
Q .;- -w4 -4an-1M! < had lieU. Call lOlI or write to '1IIee- 37-tf...'- cents hundred..- i
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