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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: October 7, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00458
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Land Co., are to be io\jght after by any land in the Klsiimmee Valley and are

COMING HERE[ ;: ebmm unity, and we are fib be congratulated .. Twenty-Six: ThousandAcres converting 'them Into farm;; the little) GRAND COTE PIANO -'

thai! they selected. KUslmmee M hamlet Of Whittier, fort1- v. miles
- -- - ', headquarters of their extensive, opera- away, the sight of a stranger tole ., ,,'

from Michigan as a Result of Read : tions, M ,, of Prairie Land ; Inhabitants of which was'an occurence, ..Awarded by 'the Valley Gazette is '

ing t the Valley!! Gazette for rCAPT.:r : I e F.11UN1 1ER, I.. A: Is now, bustling,'"for soon; with it will energy be connected' 'and excitement Won' fraternity OallWith '*

Only a feW Weeks. I with the outside .world by railroad, and Over''a .Million Votes. .

__,._ I Lying in the Famous Kissittimee Valley Sold by I -
I Is Appointed Assistant SurVeyor<< town ,lot are heing sold' there for fifty, .
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The following: letter is from a gentleman ' General -of India. Arthur E. ,Donegan and P. .A. Vans Agnew to dollar each.. : The play Is over the last curtain
: .
: Baaainger the extreme
placed on the ,
name was down and
,. County Commissioners' list of subscriptions received'. Last week\ appointment Capt. F. F Hunter aa Assistant, I. A.? the Hunter Land Co. of This, City. end of the county, and which two years I the rung grand dote, piano?Fraternity!given by Hall the Val vonr. .

to this paper only a few daya ago : --j ago was considered just beyond the I ley Gazette to the successful candidate
General of India in which
Surveyor reach of civilization is connectedby
ami is pl1blished-that .our people may I I today In the popularity contest, with a vo s J\
I what good results to our county branc6ief the English Army*"he* has In our issue of February 18th last we I portion of the county with some at the telephone with Klssimmee, and, soon of 1,065,960, and that msgnineerit "

,f see sending abroad of even one copy served fvj ,the past five years. printed an extended write-up of: a bodyof best and most energetic Western farmers the whistle of the locomotive will be strument will hertjjter'adorn thilodge '
' from '
I' Captain, Hunter is a member of the twenty-six thousand acres of and lying and before another twelve months heard In its midst, and before the year
of the V .lley.Gazette.The.writer roem of our'fratirna"order,
I l the Utter is one of theforemost Hunter Land Co., which company owns in th,. famous Kinsimmee 'valley roll by there will bo a"farm house on 1911 ends It| will have Increased Its Mis Grace
o( : Jolly polled the secondlargest
I 1 men in Michigan, having one hundred and fifty thousand acres of i about thirty-three miles south'" of this every twenty-acre tract, school. housein population tenfold..All : number, of
and atate in landIn this county, and Is still purchasing < town and owned by Messrs. 'Arthur E. every to ship' -and a church on every part of the county-city I
p -nerved his town, county ] will receive* .. reward for bar hard ,
t and the .land in large bodies, all of which JUonegan and P. A. Vans Agne. and every section. Then Osceola will be and country-is being built up .ar d Is : "
i honorable< positions work a certificate for $200 which will
p many Rio will be cut up into'small tracts and sold at that time we 'predicted that these the banner .county of Florida and the' prospering a* never before, and the
I government as consul at grande i be taken 'by the American Music Co,
I and at Rheims, to actual settlers. gentlemen need only to show the landto Hunter Land Co. will be among the circulation by the County Commissioners -
Brazil, for< three years, a* ao much money 'pa'ymsnt for a
lIe would Captain Hunter has beenan officer in a man possessed of great wealth. to foremost! in making it so. of the Valley Gazette through the V
f for seven years. $400 piano '
the English Army for fourteen years dispose of it. Northern and Western state has been
I make a moat acceptable addition to our I The gentlemen who disposed of this Miss Gena Moon came next ,with ,.'
r and during that time has visited everycounto Our prediction has cone true On '. the prime factor in bring about these .
vast body of land
wilt is are amongFlorid, '
citizens as 3M.825 and"aha
and vote .
I our will get a II"
city the face of the globe either ..
on Tuesday-ih -Hunter Land Co., who already changed ("ond ..
f show the gentleman every foremost men---Hbn. Arthur'E. Done- tion.: __ certificate worth 1Ti .
custom traveler and $ ; than Miss B* si* ,
i while in serviceor ,
as a own one hundred thousand acres I I
clerk of circuit court, .
and attention when he arrives. gan being our Walker" of Bauingerwih7,600vot.s ,
I courtesy ( says that the climate of the KissimmeeValley in the valley, bought, it, and will at once I ,
The letter. follows: he has ever ex president of the Citizens Bank of this BIG LAND SALE I which entitle her to, a certificate
surpasses any begin laying it off into small tracts for
t Hillsdale, Mich., Sept. 2'J, 1910. I city and one of the largest realty hold- I valued at $150; Ml* May Ball Fountain '
He will 'leave on January 'It
perienced. sale to actual settlers. has been a
well of the ablest financiers
Mr. Editor: f 21st for Calcutta, India, where hp. will constant wonder to us all summer why ers as as one L. R. farmer Tract of 8,700 Acres I with 2.810 votes, which carries 'I
in the South and Col. P. A. Van
A friend. has had the kindness to Bend with It. certificate worth $125 and

me a copy of your" paper for several be in.change of the that Surveyor when the General'soffice. white this land wan not purchased by some of Agnew stands on' the f pinnacle the legal Bought by 0, C. McLean. I'Mr. J. F. .William. of Whittier; with.
but the who
says capitalists are acijiurinK so
which I have read with much / profession, there being none to i j 2.600 vote and "
One of the land sales of the week a certificate worth
unties i hairs tell him he growing/ {' old and his much real estate in Florida, but thenwe big
interest and appreciation, and which days of usefulness as a soldier are over, did not consider the fact that it re-I greater or more Important advice matter was that of the L. R. Farmer tract nearNarcoossee $100. | ':

have caused me to form a very favorable he will return to his'oranare grove in quired a small fortune to become its are referred or whose or toO. C. McLean of thlacity. The following are the return of the ...
counsel is taken. Both of
impression of Kissimrnec, amt the Ksssimmee Valley to remain until more readily, There-are 8,700 acres in this tract, andit total vote cast a* returned by the

has determined me to make an early the Reaper bids him depart and join possessor.The fame of KiHsimm valley land I: these gentlemen\ are pO"8""d'of much is situated in a section of the county judge, the ballotboxclosingye.t.rdayj ,
of this world's and deal to e
city toinv..ti..ate /goods; any t' -
wife to
visit with my your for the army 40n the other shore.. has reached the remotest points in theUnited I i which they lend countenance or in that already has qUite a population, and I Kmaimme*
the possibilities' myself. which will rapidly build up from now FRATERNITY HALL 1.065.960I
-- States, as its productive qualities
which they are involved is certain to be rj
That your people are progressive is LOCAL CHAPTER are un.iurpaHBwl, to. clear it costs I I -on, an it adjoins a tract of 11,000 acres I GRACE!: JOLLY .582.200 ,
sound, safe and
absolutely secure.
J evul.'ric.. who must be a representative does not produce men.Messrs. '
farms for sale to actual settlers.It MAY BELLE FOUNTAIN .
bles immune from the cold. These 2310
Will are ,, ]
1 of the Confederacy iJonegan and Vans Agrew '
. of in subscribing Daughters .
body men i' particular twenty-six thousand acres! :; I has not been learned what disposition CHRISTIAN CHURCH S. 510
aside from
t for a thousand copies of your papers, Organize here October 14th.On are the brightest and best flowers in all !: numerous small holdings Mr. 'McLean will make of this land, 1 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 8. 8 . .' 50Q :1
stl(| own eight thousand of land
that they might be sent out to distant acres whether it will be resold in section to | OHCBOLA HIGH SCHOOL . MOKisaiMMEE ) k
Friday. October 14th, at Up.m. in that bouquet of wealth for every acre!, I[ near this city, four thousand acres of ,
parts of the country to in'orm farmers and fruit or turpen- CONCERT BAND . : BOO
growers ;:
of the City Council mom in this city will I. is now as near ready for the plow a which are of murk formation, the
interest**! of the many advantages I tined, but anything he may do with it I I Campbell : i iMae.
be held a meeting to organize a Chapter any land that has never before been,, character of land that is> today sellingat ,
Kissim'mee and Osreola. county. YourHoard' ifslocation I will prove profitable, as land anywherein E. E. BROWN
Commissioners evidently of Daughters: of" the Confederacy.Sister 'cultivated, and aa to transportation i from fifty to two hundred dollars an I "e
of. County this section is in value "
Esther Carlotta of St. Augustine, is superior to that of any !, increasing every
; anywhere in the state but which '
the motto: "Boost acre "dis I-LEMA PEARCE . ._. . . MX
adopted day, and if he should elect to _
in other section'in! the lower 6f
will hp to portion
state regent, present : can be bought from these
Osceola County" and energetically! took the -the river almost 1'I, gentlemen pose of it in block of from JIve to I O IMB IE WALKED. 7,600
and Mill be
the organization prepared county runnmg
'now at a much smaller This
to do it, in fact the only five Narcoosss' 0't
he realize
the right way railroad :]I twenty acre., will easily
all details connectedtherewith. along its western boundary and a
to which'the to explain fully < < land can be readily disposed of, as capitalists MADELINE HILL .. .' .
effective 600
and I
proper way I I Ii time. the money it cost him. i
will be it
f '' Those eligible to running/ through all over the United States are
; Valley,Gazette added, "Watch Kissimmee rn..mber-I i Pegkore
Grow" and waged a contest ship are "all Southern women a short time. keeping a watchful eye out for that NEW RAILROAD I MRS. J. S. STRATTON . . 600

worthy of'the cause, which has causedan the. willows. wives, mothers, I These twenty-six thousand acres are character of land in quantities sufficientto St. Clone -- , '

ever increasing interest and agita' |daughters nieces and litieal. descendant in a solid body, being six miles from permit of colonization purposes,..and NEVA IIY,1tE r. . 1.000 l I :

Urn throughout, the (county especially of such men who served honorably in I. north to south and seven miles from east as five acres of muck land are alt anyone Will Be Built from Haines City to I WOMAN'S RELIEK CORPS . . 600 ".

in the northern states where there is a the Confederate army, navy or civil to west in area the north boundary line man can possibly cultfvate, it will Caloosahatchee River 7 'WhittlcrMM j

general disposition among/ the olderp..oplf' atryice, or of those men unfit for active ,, being/ Lake Marion a beautiful body of be seen that four'o sand acres are J. F. WILLIAMS. 2,600 '

find establish, a -homewhere duty who loyally! gave aid to the cause. ; water seven miles long and two enough to accommodate an exceptionally It ii stated on good authority that the ; '
to or e&.
The .Gazette
the (frost-laden I .1.l*. Southern women wherever living miles in width which is well large colo Atlantic Cpast Line Railway: has let the Valley desire to,. -
they Ian escape who give proof of personal service with fiah" of contract for the buildinc'of a branch press Its hearty thank and appreciation q
winters of the north.. can i stocked every variety While ; Donegan.: ana Vans
winds and frigid .. }
,, to Rev BunyanSteptien.'n.v.J..
cotyour J JI and loyalty to the Southern cauaexluring known to southern inland waters .The ; ncognize llne-from Maine City to the Caloota-- ,
that this
em latitudes.;*; It certainly Agne.w" oy Mitchell, Dr F, G. Thomason. Mr "
j ,
t in their.". f land has a water protection of twenty-;; eight-thousand-acre hatches River via Avon Park,* and Uia'twork .
tract for
to two
something engage year.they
county J, W, Prentis, and others who acted. ,
I "advertising propaganda'but, what ofj Sister Carlotta is a very-interetingspeaker six 1 mile, which i makes any fruit or veje- j could judge In also!'
I ,- ... "', that. If it..,hall bring many thousand] and] earnestly desires ll'w."ho table grown '.absolutely. from j; price at which"they-are offering it today Thlslme ,will open up an exceedingly I the 'Mi,*"* Hodges popularity for; fontevt l in,their
within 1'a can qualify br'who think they can qualify frost or blight, while all that portion still productive country and wilt be the apart
county will do'one
settlers to I they not thing to
of new your I store for the piano, and to Mr C. WYDann.
j above to be promptly at land lakes is of of settling a" va.t
*short time, and thus increase the taxable as present of the lying along the! retard their beloved county's progress, mean. : up
who the ballot
and the City Council room Fraternity building muck formation, and is subject to the and : that has heretofore been used mostly rave space for
extent repay will with it that
property to a large part at a figure box and furnished tables and chairs ,
It'' Friday, October 1-lth, at 3 p. m. [ highest slates of cultivation in thei a* a cattle range. The influx of settlers ,
will find
the cost. a thousand |per cent. quickly A purchaser. By doing for ')udge.. t.! +

was a wii"' und"rtakinland I congratulate - i I growing of any.character of fruit or this they prove th selves builders up, t to inland Florida has been so' .. -- --.- r
have HAMMACK-SPEIR I I vegetable. the past year that another railroad in "
your( people that they sowise not tearersdown. and have justly earned *

81'01 i ,deserving men composingtheir (government experts who have tested the rank they hold among Florida's foremost this section will be paying l propositionfrom COLUMBIA COILED( : I

; Board of County Commissioners, ,Marriage of One of Kissimmee's : the soil of this land say that it i i. peculiarly men.FOR . the day the first train is run overIt I ","..i"

._ ,
the of alfalfa
adapted to growing j --- --- -- - ,
in the cause of I
and such able! advocates Most Popular Young Couples.The .
progression( as the Kftsimmee Valley ii i iI and that abundant crops of it could It i ill only a question of time when ': Opens With .tht. lamest Enrollment, "

I Gazette to further the cause. I first of the October*wedding) be grown if properly cultivated. If [ THE FIFTH TIME the A.'C. L. will extend its line from'*- in the History of toe Sdtoof. /

of this and was solemnized \\'edn4udayevening at i the expert.' opinions are correct, and .*- to some point on Lake
Nine citizens city per; r
making the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Speir, we believe they are, every acre of this Okeechobee) } .as the eentral ,and southern Columbia College .opened.Wcxinssdiy) '

haps more to sfaft, are now a journey to preparations Kissim- when Rowena Speir and Mr. G. L. Ham. land is easily worth one hundred 'dollars l- The County Commissioners Renew sections of this
l mee within the on next two or three mack were united in marriage. The and lucky i I. the man who purchases the County's Subscriptions to filling up with-farmen and as Kissiin- the biliary of the school. ;There ..,... f tS

have the inten-'j i ceremony was conducted by Rev. Bun- some of 1Lat its present price. mee i I. the natural -trading and shipping i I about two hundred students who rec T
rn'e of whom '
weeks 1
i w citizens of yan Stephens, pastor of both the bride This tract lie near the second largest '; the Valley Gazette poipt! for all that section tom her to tered the first day, and many others fP U/ '

I tion to become With permanent best wishes and I aryl} groonv. i lake in 'Florida Lake ,! the Everglade, .we would not be surprised -(f have,written that they will com Uteri,
town. .
.1 your Quite a large number of friends" gathered and it has eight mile of water frontage : I if a railroad paralleled our water I Tb. prospects are very bright 'Met V .
1 The
kindest salutations am, i County Commissioner, at their .
j at the borne of the bride to witness on Lakes Jackson and Marion route before) anotHer two-years':. most successful year lrantlcips. ,; ', ,
1 Very'sincerely yoursI ;: meeting on Monday, renewed the countv's I '
the'ceremony and to take part in the sufficient to give,a thousand holder of | Tb exercises{fen of m most informal ,
JOHN t subscription to the Gazette
..- --..--' I festivities that followed. At 7 o'clock i mall tract a water front. The cli- I I Valley COMlNGTHiS, WAY ;' / .nature. tfr Tribble Introdifcsd

.; / 8300 ACRES the wedding party entered the spacious mate of this section: i i. unsurpassed on !I, good recognizing Us liberal the circulation wonderful amount of !' R... T. a- Wells .of "KatJ l"n., wk ac< I

I Mendelssohn's throughoutI read the Nm U nth Psalm and led .to'. ; .
parlors to the strain of the globe the scenery i i. incomparable, -,
J I I I North and West is doing this Gibson fired i
wedding march, rendered by Miss Ethel |: the health rate i Is at the highest sUndad. j J.: M. rinds Westerners prayer. .Pn>>f, Utisrmoehlen: dirscpr,'

Bought by the Hunter Land Company I Wilder. The bride wore a princes and the Nil will produce abundantlyof I Ity.I I against There'waa the motion not made a dissenting Commissioner vote of Severe Climate. !{ of the music department. ;with Mile

gown of white silk mull trimmed with : anything, planted"; what more can by t j Dent: assistant' music teachsr,. sTavs> asii ,
from Drew Miller & Co. ''I E. L. D. Over tr/et// to renew, J. M. Gibson, the well known real i Instrumental
After'the whicn!
number much
nu-I I spangled iet and ,white velvet. man expect to find in any other /''the was
and each member of / board expressed estate agent, returned a day or two Mr. '
s Big land ales are becoming N ceremony the !guests were seated locality on earth. enjoyed. Henry, of Laks, City
himself* being confident that from a journey' of several months''
then welcomed the student ;
in and around Ki simme that to a delicious dinneV. body on'bsvhalf <
merous I I The eyes of thousand upori thousand the expenditure was the wisest mad. I duration to the Pacific coast during r
our notice but occut-- Mr, and Mrs. Hammack were ,Ire recipients of the city. R.*. Thompson ofI ; f
many'ellcap" ; one in the North and West are turned since they
assumed office. visited
which he
Francisco Seattle 1
; Sin the Baptist church welcomed.... '
ring this week--the purchase by the of many beautiful and usefulpresents. I ,
Florida. of residence
a place When I
upon the Commissioner subscribed Vancouver and numerous place of .lee 1 ehnrebas
from the and ta* jninistn( ofler. ).
Hunter Land Co of 8,300 acres and when they learn that they can'1 I fora limited .L'
number of
-- --- ---- -- copies of the!importance.; .j.JIiL oing-itinrarv in
town Miwowmat4 thEvotaTt.ach
,_ Drew, Miller & Cq, deserves: 'mure 'I 1IUJ"d1land in this most favored section '' Gazette eluded ; .
pallet nearly two year Colorado Springs and his return '
ago. ; their *ari (' s' 8010.eeUj.:
than pasilng' ..comment.This; land: lies NEW PKIAL-TRAIN for one-tetnb at which lea valuable -
tneTe; were many of our citizens who journey wa mad. by the Canadian Pacific Prof. of the
!de of the A. C. L. Cranberry college, mad.
Immediately l along land in their native states issejling i C
F the action I
thought unwise and Chicago. Me.Gibsonwunaturally
I unwarranted an address, sssurins the stud nU .fUM
i railroad, about seven miles north'character of wall Be Put On the Run Between'. they will not ,be slow to take'up ;;| but today we do not believe much impressed with the great iJlte..*. UM faculty fit in them *
diversified to -
Kiilmm and is a*
tract: of from ten to one hundred there i* a man in Osceola county who j country be saw, but was by no means t;( and making then *
weleoms. indeed UTTO
Sanford! and
being of hammock, partly Tampa. .
partly a* here lite to them will be aa a 1
I I acres I would advise the Commissioners to discontinue swept off his feet or induced to lose) Mr. Turner, of Invemes member .

of prairie and partly of pine land and I Always ready to lend its aid to any- heaven after years spent midst the; sending out the papers. There confidence in Florida. H e noted that tile Board of Trusts mad, of
a short
la ready tuba eultlvat.dwlth but little thing that will advance' the interest of I i I, snowcapped' hills of the North and the i ia not a day that passes but what one'' while the broad prairies 'and mineral. talk on behalf of thopard.b.! Fowl. t't: R

v!'; olaarlng .Mud. grubbing. Being directly the town along its tine, the A. C. L. storm swept plain of the West. j I'' or more letter are received at this!i I region, of British Cplambal and AU1 j)er. missionary to the Argeatin Republic -

b on th.lln..of l4' orhta"lrre.te.t railway Railway will on NoUember 14th put J Thousand of aged and tottering men 1 office from persons who have received i I berta were peopled rather largely! and was Introduced to tae student body

,f I .,.t.m makei desirable for colaninI on a special passenger. train to run between and women suffering with ailments of I I the Valley Gazette through the courtesy I business was going on at a futtlmngirate IBS! the only missionary' ._tout by thsj
I Man purpoeaa, *s rrops from srfx part Sanford fend *. I standing have come to Florida in commissioners
V; shipping* Tampa. years oar saying they the great rush had ceased: and I I j Baptists Florida.' ,
. /I. of It own t II* trllll.lOrtMt| to Kortbe past year travel over the I the past few year who are today hale will visit this section during the win- manyoLtbtpioneersettlersw j-. quietly -
._"J'b4f. anoUMeaoMnU made. .
point!* with small'1-troubl aryl t practird-: t.I section of- this road running thnxigh and hearty and are pasting down UM fM with view te locating, and that abding away from the NYedilDateof : were s rDr.TribbU. t+

I ly nit sj> >jiii! .., Florida has been river that lead into the great beyond read .
inland so great that the paper js with more interest the winters. j ,
A Mia
solo plsysd. by Director fVtterEa.hbq
The (IfunUr t U".t (J... are acquiring .t time the full capacity of the passenger surrounded by all the blessings nature than any other paper that comes pa Mr. Gibson beard a great deal Gt inquiry much \
was so joyed
r litany tilAN!"gtid. of avrss of land In this equipment.. exerted to its could bestow and enjoying that restful their town. about Florida all of which bs very : t
; and the aodieoM dJUmisssd. with
aevgntt, P'I4111whIch\ \ ,, I. .. good asIMI utmost to handle It, and DOW that thVtourist peace and quietude only found underFlorida When the Commissioners' began circulating was able to answer to satisfaction. Tb I was '
. ftMrt'1 in FlurMa and.I season is coming on, the man- prayer; bTDf. Gef.*,, ,
t l1 are rapidly skies inhaling the. fragrance of the Valley Gazette ... l
then Is and
was topic freely widely dicuted allover '
of the A. C. L. DBS'of 'the fsataewbich added
recognize that a
aeoMat .
4iap"i/l", of |IfI\ small|| Uanu actual ,
ea'" the orange bloom mingled: with theceatJe..winde not a farm of size between '
the present- service 1* inadequate to any this country aad -trains coming
Crest deal ft th*eeeasioe was the pew
....,IIF.'Mclt.II'' |I. fast making ftNI.te the immense travel that that eome from ofttls. and ,and but' .
dty Ba&s&ncer nothing the into Florida are more crowded than .wee of 1M Uk dry High School and '
Osixiola.onx At |UI_ must |x>pulou counU : will paM over it* line; bat the puttingon tower-bedeeked prainesv. low of cattle and the Meat of sheep ever before at this season of thai. '., 'f' '

.. in the aut: M U I I. making Kisimmaa of this extra train will relieve the |I I This immeaas bsdy of land is just north broke the .vast ailsnee Cot; nearly a anticipates mains. -demand for Florida year. the Vy Prof Folk' *,prta-. ,
II ituatkn. dp.l.f sfbeoL
the< mos.* pr
"#...Ive town in inldn4. riqrida.) 8:30 a. m. going sooth and about 7:30 acre) owned by the Hunter Land Co year hundreds of thrifty men from the moot .f aa unprafJMlmtad nnmbsr of Be.s 'ol.T"e. ", trill mitt ''X,.. ,

Both. pe )pie| M.. fompoe' the hunter p. m. going north. I I'e L which company b fast settling up thdl 1 North and West, have beoxfct tract* of, desirable people.-TasBp.TUae*.. ). .." .4. ,f,

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Mf HII.',..July 20\, 3887. a .A
III< Col. F. E, Lubbock, ' -" 'f-\:

My Dear FriendYours: of tlija.) 12th . .
instant withjts incloBurc-s lias been .
1 re \
('eivt'(]. For .'
Sale Or Trade it j
I have heretofore'declined to answer .

f any of the inquiries made for my opiri.
I ion -
Ail the constitutional 'arnendrricnt
, "* .Severn! Stii'l Three Hoi. PowerS. Motur13(1IIt. and! Row '
j I '""t'f, tyi rr now tieniliiiK (In Texan. My reason for '
r Hoi.t .
Muiltriimake '
4 ot replying was an unwillingness/: lotinter Address
into .
a in which
controversy "
K ,r. J'. ,' I, + friendtjin Texas; stood arrayed against my flunnynrede Motor Boat. Company. P.I"JI'II'I..GMEI O.' Jdresi. :.. FLA.

t *. ) : ? each (jtli<.*r. "'
) In departing- from the rule heretofore; .
: observed, 11. trust that it will not be an .
: unwarranted intrusion. .
Heared in the, Demuc-rati '
creed of "
'I'';. '//0 ; : my faith in It It '.tenets 1 lia, grown with i 'Brown'lri Town" .

'4- its growth and I adhere, to the muxirji
'f that "the world is ",'
governed too much.
; ; When our fathers achieved their independent ar U w ':1! help you to get better pictures with your caret ra

t' ? the, cornerstone of the government 'KODAK F !N '. "t NO EQUA: IO.IHU, Vi'.Rv Bt--
.1, '
'. /.. tlieyconstrucft-l was individual LOCALIHHS <>VTIOON"l'HOTO
i t tuf lihi'rly. and I the social rjaijizutioii, "THE
they fstublishfil, w?re not fur tl.eturuJider : I Cpp. Graystone Hotel
fka "t hut fur the .
J f y # proti ttifjn!> of i.utur
;...l'', k ill riKIt"( For this Koveriimt-nis'" were
Ytt ettatili--hi-d, l cli riviiiK !their JUII"| wer .....-.. ................. ..............
,' from the. .....................................,
consent" of 1 lie utivfi'l> ) hi.lWMM \ .: .
"u,1 kuhjefl; thtls'I. : f. t(). thtwill '
tinimijoritx) ;, us iip" |'Burs fruit ... '
the tart Iliat/. each .
t Y, t corijinumly inm-rted' -of KMabli-tniig" KunkniK' : Iteiatnns, with = ,
f lIr) 1LSi;' JAS. .._15)i III its fiindtimental. luw a bill 0' righttu ' NEW ,
'H' --- -' -- COMERS TO
gilard! Jhe'. FLORIDA :
r' I'U inalienablt.prn" i oJ], yej. oft ,;
,. individual.There -- -- -r- e' .e = <

. '1 ... .- f. I wui- then a tw u-fuld purpose in Any informali-or, T-etarding. Banking :in ttjlsbeLt f tee

I 0 government proteotiivi and I reventiotiaxaniHt country will ba cheerfully given and your bjbinett, : with,
\' J trHHiiiBS| by the strung: upon S us will be strictly confidential. i ii
I I Tr e anti '_ urere.rcst'ti ., crow u' ,it who de. ill. weak, the,
l pc ; 1. .c" pciic fI'"U.t'U' i g the iittiiy on the few. -- ... .::::::::...- --

1 tIruU, ,I.ttt fu-ttbYlfMr.JohnLJe: who_ look a'" party 'f The. world hud long sulfereil/ from the! i

\\--i t 1i 1 _/ one hundred ar.d thirty-five-' peop: ; a'.rcsi tht, I Uke" to h 1 s la'ge: stock& and grain' fa-m at oppressions pretext" of ruling of / /government by divine under right, and the. citizens t Bank of Kissimmeer i i I i

Southport gIVing, us a line p cnic, dlO')(::.: and returning: : us t j our homes. w excusing the invasion into private anddomestic H M Pi ANN W H NUMTUN ,
< Pre W

Mr. Lee came to this goutitry, w.tnout, any Capita;: whatever, but. by thrift. arc : for the affairs morals on", the and plea.l good of.l paternalcare order of _._..uu..,_._._._.._._._..,nt...................k..P.t....,...........' .,...........'.redder...'........ .

'w vigilance has secured quite a fortune m this country : and th s 'is; what anyone can do I I the 1 people, '. '

4 I who, is willing to work, and use ecoi.omy.JVlr. . Our\ Fires rejected all such preien-. less frequent within the last twenty jyearn j
Lee has several: fine orange groves. and realized S555O.OO for the, fruit from I people system,, for the being: Governmentby'the than it was before. The refining;
people, and resting influences of education and Christianity
a ten acre grove the purchaser'being at all the expense: of gathering ,and boxing the 'I on tjhe basis of natural. inalienable may be credited with this result. Why '

1'I oranges. We do not claim that this can be done each and every year but we do say ) rights. Upon the I will basin of these general nut allow these blessed handmaiden, of FENOLEINSECT L ,
briefly answer the virtue and moralityto continue unembarrassed :
that the citrus fruit industry in is both a pleasant ,and profitable occupation inquiry in regard to the prohibition their civilizing work? The .

and we have many delightful groves ranging from two to one hundred acres. and amendment at issue. I parties to this discussion in this state .

f. canlfurnish( them at such prices as will pay splendid returns on the investment. the"Be wise ye injunction temperate, and"in all Would things" wan [(, have no doubt brought forward the ,I DESTROYER AND
apply to ,,statistical facts in regard to the effect _I
Many people are coming here and engaging in the citrus. fruit industry while intolerance as well as to drunkenness produced in other states by this ..effortI

If! others prefer trucking and still others stock raising and farming; suffice ,it to say that That liquors the Intemperate is use of intoxicat- ''I I control morals by legislation; .and I rt DISINFECTANTA ,
ing as evil that few, if any, will not encumber this letter by any
the different lines of industry here present opportunities. for all who are willing to work would deny. | reference to those facts. ;

f and build That it is at the root of many socialdisorders | Dlsttsulvtly Meritorious PrcptrsMos.
i up a home. ( You have already provision for local
is conceded. but then
prohibition. If it has proved the wooden A Preventive of Cont<.U>u> Diseases
The tide of that h'as :
immigration been flowing westward for many years now question arises what is the appropriate
horse in which a disguised enemy to ,,
has its attention oirected southward and Florida, coming in for her full share ..qfr' remedy, and what the present necessity state sovereignty, that guardian ot. .
? To destroy individual liberty and I INSTANT DEATH TO
hom eehn:- individual liberty was admitted, let it 4
moral responsioility would be to eradi=:

"' ; Numerous families,'are, locating.. here. helping to develop and. build up this Wonderful -.,. cate one evil: by the substitution of would be a warning probably that be from, the county line of to march state'and M lufi FMi, Ducket, HiswirtMi,Rise;a .'
' '
i. ': another, which it is submitted would be linri.Ceim' and SKfilbe'ihiN UirtilitMctt
country. propositionfortoclcraisingfruit, rom'state I
? Anyone desiring a growintr.jarrninfer'orv,; . f to the Union. L .
l t. colonisation ,'can"'; have "i theii; wants' fulfilledatlerf'couraffin' : :' 'Af' li'ji! ..,\ ,' more fatal than that for which it Was.' A: and ; I 1{ ; Ful Odtri tri-Pwllld b; Hi DM.
If governmental
. :, _. purposes' ,, .' pi'lies 'Y"WI! ;: offered as a remedy. The I abuse and supervision paternity ( .-
write us, giving-an; idea what they desire and'we will be ready to write them giving full not the use.of stimulants, it must be instead of the lib..rty'of the'' .r
confessed, is the evil to be remedied. 1| heroes of 1776 left as a legacy to their
and complete .descriptions. Then" it cf..arly follows that action I posterity. Impelled by the affectionand OSCEOLA PHARMACY

Very respectfully. should clearly be directed against the i gratitude; I feel for the people of DISTBIBUTOH8
abuse rather than the use. I If drunkenness I;i Texas and the belief that a great question -

be the cause of disorder and i i of American policy is involved in .
crime, why not pronounce drunkenness the issue you have before you, the silence .
NELSON REALTY ( 'XJALJWXVbVER itself to be a crime and attach to it I I I had hoped to observe has been I,

proper and adequate penalties?! If it broken. If the utterance shall avail GUY
CITIZENS BANK be objected that the penalties could not anything for good it will compensate i: *

be enforced, that is an admission that I me for the objurgations with: "which I As. I Mow IMf tlktiMI. FU.
f i popular opinion would be opposed to shall doubtless be pursued by the followers .

Kissimmee, Florida the law; but if it be true that juries I of the popularism of the day. I|

4a I could not be impanelled who would con : I hope the many who have addressed :I 'Pi ARCtl TECTc3| I

a I vict so degraded a criminal as a drunk- letters of inquiries on the same subject I

I ; ard, it necessarily follows that a statutory I will accept this an an answer, Designs (fir All Classes Dt BiiUiagsRESIDEMCE
prohibition against the sale and though' somewhat tong delayed. i

use of intoxicants would be a dead I Faithfully yours f WDM A SftCIALTT i ,#

ir 'I' ,r:.> .i ______ _... _____i___- _. __---1-----I _L letter. 41-lt JEFFERSON DAVIS. I 1
,'! y .. "h The next branch of the inquiry is as !
1rrr to the present neceeaity.I j I of-I- 87-ftmpdlino ;
;: might appeal to men not as old lUll i Old papers can ;ie' bought at this ;
j Old can
papers bought at this office.t
) myself to sustain the assertion that tie fice at 20 cents per hundred. They are j: 20 cents per hundred. Just what

convlval use of intoxicants and the occurrence j the very thing you need to put under need to put under your carpets, matting you- .R
of drunkenness had become your matting.; etc ;

.' EVERY HOME, : ;, ,

should have one of our



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Through Car Service at Mixed. Carload Rates to


by freight, 011 small shipments.Any .11.

r' : ] of the following Chicago houses"' ; will send you special stamps if yon have none. Write them. .1'1'
M. Baker & Co. Frost Bros Henrv Martin & Co.
\\il Barnett Bros Gallagher Bros.M. 'G. Middendorf & Co. .1
L. Campbell M. George & Co. Peters Bros. 1
Coyne. Bros. Gibson Fruit Co. Jno. A. Rusk .
.. 5 COUCHES DAVENPORTS Crosby &: Meyers Gridley, Maxcn & Co. The Shafton Co. *"
Cuneo Bros. Hall Wedge & Carter Skelley & Chapman
Denney & Co. Lange, Grabake & Co. Storch Brae &: Co. ,
Earl Bros. C. F. Love & Co: Wayne & Low
S. T. Fish &: Co. Mark Owen & Co. H. Woods Co.
They not only add to comfort and enjoyment A. G. Zulfer &: Co. .

but beauty as well. We can sell you any style or You may also ship to any Bother party in Chicago that you may choose, \ and by making special
arrangement with us, to parties outside of Chicago.
;' quality you wish. Coine'in and look them over. REMEMBER, first car leave Jacksonville OCTOBER 15TH, so you can begin making shipments
October 18th. Allow about two day when shipping to Jacksonville by freight, and the schedule time.
Jacksonville to Chicago is four day. For further information write to .


THE H. C. SCHRADER CO. 718 Atlantic National Bank 'j
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J V /> S. L LUPFERfM Manager
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< FOR f ALE OR TRADE :. 'The J oof) St. Cloud I i iII "FOOS". ", users are For Dnmei'i"FOO&: Ekctrlc boo LltMlnc ters.A--' '..'. 'Askttielg.. !' w.

Hotel Ruittttiyttiede! for the .
-: Catalogue; asking -; -
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B.M CLIPPED now a first claim! uniformed tall: team in l li
a B a B B e B BB aBB BB B B BB BB B > e B a B B BB B B f II HEMS Of INTEREST, ,
i the field, and 'Ifany/ amateur team !n'

I ..1 'Sufficient 0round For All Ordinary Purposes: fROM'Tt1 ST. CLOUD. TRIBUNE V, I the hate, can beat > a,, they've ''"got togo I

.. ... .. ,aome."* iiTo, date our" tnng of .vie-

'I I ,,.itu11ge T, M.' 'Murphy of Kissimmc :',torleg ia unbroken, and the team that
Thl 'iiti lltJun\ the beautiful and Lake ,
Ifoollt'l' spaciiau
front* "* a''
was a vUitor.oit Thursday. :|breaks :,it:will know Ihe .ve )been in
K..t Toho| !k llffa. and la I umtejj at RUnhymede, a ata- ' I .
1.etw.enBt.l Florida. The --- I ball game, '
Won Cloud and Narcoosa, bilild't'. .. C *
1. ,Ins lit in a magnificent .condition and both structure .Andnurroundlnff '" Dr, Rivers! of Kissitflrnee (motored! 'I 1 e -+-\ I .../

.' : muni be seen to 'appreciated. It will make over ()ITue day afternoon A charming little surprise! party wan .
a fine') wlntor retort hunting cluj sanatorium, as no I |I J
) or. I !liven on Tuesday evening! lust at the
f ttftbir .fx,t can be found'in the United Stated", ,' and'for ii I "r fI7
Y '',the relief and curtf: of ditueaneB affecting the respiratory or- Miss Florrle Sharp of Kissimmee was Lake' _View Hotel l The event was (the

IC.". such iu. nasal catarrh, astbrta' etc., it cannot be aura seen.on our streets pn Monday.! occasion- of the 65th birthday of Mrs.Stevepsoji. "vl
: l'a1t..j.ln the whale' world. For further.particular addrel'lll' !! ( :An elaborate supper was

the proprietor .. _. I Ex-Senator, A.Carson of Klssirct 'served, and a most delightful evening

i wa enjoyed by all present .The guest '
t mee transacted business here on Mor.- 'S
I included Mr. ands Mrs. }ails Mr. and o ) a kH 1' ., 1gfl4u
: : | day. rf t "W ea} i V.rlt. + .I
Hotel 'jRititnyitie'de ,
Mrs. Williams; Mr. and Mrs. Duiigh..r-
| Raleigh Overstreet;: ; drove over from ty Mr. and Mrs. Rohm Q ., Dr. and '

Runny mode, Florida.P. 1, Kissimrtiee on Sunday last. to attend. the ,:Hits. Cooper and daughter, ElizalJl.thfr. THE CAMERON! & BARKLEY CO.; TAMPA FLA. p

0, Addrett Nsrcoou. Florida. .' picnic on the lake. :\ . and Mrs. Zirnnierman, Mr. and State Agents.. .
I _. Mrs. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson, ;.
_, r |i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Underhill of Kis- Mr anti, Mm. George and Mm. Morris.A . '

4__ -- - -- -- - simmee) were visitors on Monday last. j We' rr: crtm'plefe irrigatingplantsand heavy machinery
;I Mr. Underhill ii is looking over a location. real old-fashioned, picnic was given of al inch "Prompt deliveries and consistent price .

: i: for a first-class! barber shop.I on Lake Tohopekaliga on Sunday last, j Hgiiiturp 11--cxp;; rf.ite"t.I'hey: have -1# '

. weatherwaa .
and the
; in spiteof, t'-reatening '
': Barrel I Messrs. Arthur E. Donegan Alfred. most successful. A party of twen- SOU S' been !subjected] to ever possib1D test,> ; "

$ 1.00 to $$10.00 per j Donegan. W. J. Sears, superintendent ty-one met at the Ladner residence on J' and "made ood'.'" j
iof .
the School Board, and Henry Curtis, Ohio avenue at o'clock Sunday morning I 41 2t

I assistant state auditor motored over and not the least bit daunted the - -- '-- -- ,
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EARLY NEW IRISH POTATOES I from Kissimmee on Wednesday morning showery weather, proceeded to the lake. l'r htegt J

last.i '_ Arriving there two high-power launches C 'A CARSON. J A. CRANFORO.A Li LUPFL. 1 i
In( Northern Markets I and a commodious towboat conveyed r..ld"nl. v..P.-Iet.. "fCl'rtaI7 t
i Gen. A. 101, Clarke of Southern Pines,
-- : the merry party to the opposite shore. .
N. C.' arrived in St. Cloud on Wednes- .
Hampers packed to the bursting point

1 day evening House.and is. This stopping is General at the with good things to eat were broughtby KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .

PLANT THE POLARIS Westway the ladies and under the! shelter of. \;.
Clarke's"first visit to our city and he is J ,.
the towering pines a most appetizinglunch I t
| so favorably 'impressed; that it is his was served. The remainder of 1 .
intention to locate permanently. i '
,i \ the afternoon was enjoyably fipenl in Rough and Dressed( c. { ', }
140 BARRELS GROWN\ / various popular pastimes, and It was.
The stork visited the residence of G.'C' 'I.i ,'ifS
herein Florida on OINK ACRK.; quality the best. More largepotatoes i I well after sundown when the party r< -
to the lull, and largest yield' ) of any of th* proved and tented Outlaw of Massachusetts Avenue turner S PINE LUMBER t : '
.. varieties. We can nupply a limited quantity thin .need potato, I and! Sixth, street on Tuesday. last, :;'f

: grown in A tOHTOOK County, Maine, for $3.2T per bag ((2ibushela i I bringing with him a lusty ninepoundhoy ,
) freight prepaid.. to any Rail, oad .elation in South Fla. Orders At latent accounts both Mr DAVENPORT I '1
must be sent at once accompanied by a cash deposit of $1.fMI< >
balance payable when shind in October or November as j Outlaw and our youngest: colomit! are
desired per .' PLANT EARLY J FOR( HIGH PRICKS. Our Manager doing well ---- : HOUSE BILLS A

and a resident marketing for tw'ntY'Mlx year. will advise.. as. to planting digging: Ohmrade Andrew-Uttz- who wa a Interesting News Items From the L--- : := .1 ;

Sanford Produce member of the party representing; Thriving and Prosperous Little ,I t Ot' t0tXl0tot

We Cloud at the encampment, was. stricken a 'Li ;
'an4upplyyoupOtatn Colony Town. I - -- --- - - -- - --- --- -' -- :
barrel from our Barrel with paralysis of the left side. HP was I j

Factory t: Car lots! or less\ . taken to the Hahnmann Hospital in

Aim B.'an. Cuki; and l Lottuce QfJ sSANFORDJ LAr !i Philadelphia, and! at the latest accountIB O Friday, an. your correspondent.. was I

*. hampers. recovering{ rapidly. driving over th? plare looking for news! 'i The Graystone Auto GarageAGENCY ,

wc went to call on Duke & Burrows, ,' ,

We refer hi permission to FdltorJhi* paper i 1 Miss J Etta: Itothruck, daughter: of Mr. I the two gentlemen of Ieno Junction,

:, and Mr.J Itothrock' of St. Cloud, who have bought 40' acres on Lake '- FOR-

was. married to Rev. John L. Shuler lot Davenport. We arrived: at the house,

Shelbyville,. III, on September l.1 which is nearly completed, l hut found

I Miss. Rothrock is an experienced trained no one at home. Soon the sound of BUICK U. GAS AND "

. w H. ARNOLD nurse, having studied at t the Orlando voices attracted( us, and going in their OVERLAND ?

Sanatorium direction, we found the above namedgentlemen HUDSON
-and Builder in the act of skinning;\ a STEAM CARS y
. Contractor . WHITE n
Our old! friend. Comrade Carl Knglehad : larg Alligator! which Mr. Bert Barrowshad

I H:\ to UM bringing: with him his just captured, killing it with a i
i% PLANT. n.NO. E1. ,,,,,... Ttq: tJIRNI.eN' Ct7t .; come .
v ;, in St. Cloud with shot, the bullet striking it botweart -
t ::\ 0'" AhI IIGATIdN' wife. There is no man single Supplies. epnirs-ft"d Accessories :

. _. whom we are prolid-T! to shake hands the eyes breaking the skull. The

: I guarantee my work when, "umpl'I..d,_1o ...' JI yjdst :I! and to give a hearty w('lcome. The alligator was 6 i feet X inches in lengthand ( AMPLE I ( '
a.. <,onlr..d' far., ( oliip<.l has been. at DetroitvM ch for weighed 220 ".lIInds, Then as. if
. .. the stinimer. this' wasn't enoughto excite other I
PO..Bo.7 marksmen who have been trying all) ;:

KISSIMMEE;J:, I I'LOHIIJ'GEORG'S \ It is with much regret that we.announce -aumm.-r to Capture a b'g alligator, and j

the death of Comrade benj. H. failed,-he proceeded on Monday of this 1 ... ,.

- -" Hamlin who; came to St. Cloud from week to cap the climalIe\ had the '

i I Connecticut four weeks. agb.ln the? last' good luck to shoot "Old Bill", the The iut BASS MAHKET }tBeardcri

\ N. SAUNDER. \,stages of consumption. For a while it :giant of the lake, at whose Ironclad, :

'was thought that Comrade Hamlin'aI :' head everyone' Davenport wh .owns ,

, ') Boat Builder '( 11f I health was lmprovingbutthe'ravages'. I{, a""gun has had a'.trial. Mr. Barrowsalso Building One Block from Depot' } .

of the dread disease had gone too far succeeded in killing;\ him .with or.e \
a ; :Y
( and. he passed quietly| 'i aWRY at ;i! p. rr. shot ir tie head "Old Bill" was 11 I' '' (I..b. Florida of all kinds. .

this,. afternoon" v r ti itttfH, long and his girth was 4 MEATS t
HIGH GRADE and 11'crtern '
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feet and ft inches, and weighed. 4H 4)) Ibs :
a 0 I- One of the most l successful of the The gentleman will have the two hidesi! '
many social! functions. of. last week was tanned Mr Barrows may well be .,

IIREPAIRING A SPECIALTY II the birthday party tendered Mrs. Gilbert proud I of marksmanship.Mr .' I
to Phone Orders and Free
Qeprotenlativo for theptRRO Wright of Carolina avenue and, Chan. Parish was the first to use l II t ,

i 12th street by the Jolly Ten. A three- ,,.the new side track. A car load ofd i I Delivery lo any pad of the City. Phone 189

Marine dinner was served and a delightful billed to him is standing
JEMRine... T.._ course shingles now I I '.
evening was spent by all. During on it waiting to be unloaded.Mr. .
n. .ltld' Standard Crcli IHlif. the evening Mrs. Wright was the recipient E. B. Hitchcock now has his irrigating -

I of. many handsome gifts from her plant ready for use, but if it ROLLINS COLLEGE if

Pumping Engines Irrigation Plaa its I friends. ,, keeps on raining as it has the past two FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLBOB '7
\ - weekj, he will not need to use it. 1
Presldeot' I The first official ride of the St. Cloud;: We spent one day last week in visiting
C. A. CAIt.ON, { N. c rtHYA.V F.CRETAK'i' '
: riding club will be given on Tuesday the family of Mr. Pinner, whose .
next October: 11th. The ride land that of thft Davenport Col roller*. Aced.....'. Sceol of ..ale.School Fine Art. School of %...-.... School eDomeatfc < u,;
evening I joins
and Industrial Aria. Buainaae School. Cou.for Teachara.FACULTY "
i'l The. Waters & Carson I will be strictly informal and all those ony. Mr. Pinner has some of the fin- ., i
requested;; I Twenty Prafeeeom and Instructor, prepared In the foremost UnKenltlee at America end. '
i i desiring to participate are tomake eat corn we have ever saw grow, Iowa Europe. y1
I arrangements for horses The stalks are all of LOCATION [ I.I..... iOn
proper II not excepted. Atlantic Coaet Line and Seaboard" Air Li_ VAinilt. north of Tampues'the famous "Itss
for that date. The party will meet uniform size and height, the moat of Ida tieighia") ; In one of th.moet beautiful and healthful town of the OouthJ a*malaria ,tC Y h ,.

\ I Grocery -Company promptly at 8 p. m. at the Ladner residence i.I i. them being 14 feet tall, and every one Ten onmmodloui. and attractive I bulldlnca: _UILOINQS'; Sclmee Hall coatlngr\ MO.COO now, la ptoeearerection .I W r wr. . ;
11th and Ohio avenue and I bearing tWo I large well developed ears ,a eampue of 2S acrae. slowing: to Lake Vlnrtnla.. which' -i.eonne ted br naabl ear' ;1"1"nalo
I with throe other Lakea" veparate outside room for each atodent; eleetrle ItchU; fire. pest If '
: Wholesale and Retail Dealers iA- I every one who can procure a horse is Iof I corn. We have heard of the tall section! : quarter of 0 million dollara endowment ATMLBTIO8 ,,!,* i

; cordially invited. : corn of Kansas, but it can't !beat this. Foot Ball baaa ball. "bwkat baJL ..,af. teams. boatl.....*rlmmtn ',.raaulrad rraiautiea. Oolt .
t ____ 1 Is tall but he can't reach links and rrninaalum ae fine ae any In the Mouth yy
Pinner ,
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GROCERIESt Thorou.hly Chrbtian. but undenominational I In eplrit and .
.r Our charming school teachers Misses the lowest : of tij field without pulling 1>
I I ear .... Wittier p. Blacaa an, Ph. D L.L. Da rwldeat..
t Effie Lawson and Camille Morrison, displayed the stalk down tint He nay) well ,
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1 __ I a very commendable public spirited feel proud of his garden it is the best --- ---- --- "T 'j i

action by placing flags: on the protruding we have seen here. It is a pleasure to
SELL WE BUY the trail developed John'B. Stetson University
palmetto stumps on jnspect such well kept and well ..

I frond Mrs. Chases' to; the Ladner garden LINCOLN HULLCY, Ph. D, Utt D., LL. P, tttitkut. -. ,;,

HAY This will doubtless prevent a -- - THE FOR YOUR, CHILDREN
.. HIDES Houses; BEST SCHOOL &>$& .
r J lot of unnecessary tripping and will be Florida 'Maps. SEND TUmm TO STETSON :
I FURS I greatly appreciated by those who "can of 25 cents at.the Valley 49 Profooaon and Instructors CoIlep 01 Liberal Art J''
FERTILIZERS I( not see to pick up their teet. It is Upon receipt 17 University BulMlnga2S College of Law ";.,' ?
Gazette office a pocket map of Florida dTechuoio -
WOOL "certingly" real thoughtful of 'our College yl' ,
SHINGLES I will be .mailed to any address in the Ml Student Year of Builnaal

!I AND schoolmarms.The United States. We: can' also furnish $2M...... Endowment Preparatory Academy ""
BOXES 15.... Volume In Library NOI'maI.nd Model School y .
ORANGE .1 and
Osceola at each
uniforms for the St Cloud ball maps county sectioml" ( $l' ....tO Pip Organ School of Mechanic Art %,e1
to estimate on
will be glad mapsof
t ALL It L.rg. Laboratorllor Sclence School of Music 4
ORANGE WRAPS team arrived last week. The suits are kind.
-t of a creamy white with "St. Cloud" in any UIUW'pII8IIed General Equipment School of Fine Art '.
COUNTRY Separate derotharlel. lor neaiui. CareM uliillaleli ellnkmttea .4 tk.n.ea a.per.aiea t
mm < .
VEGETABLE yowl aif reenc
CRATES crimson letters across the shirts. The Old Dape",'Cor sale at this office.WANTED .d..<.........laKtamt Par catalon or -.. for lafaraulioa, er for r..r ._. ''I ... ......

t ; CRATE NAILS PRODUCE caps are of the same color with red vi JCSwN n. STETSON UNIVERSITY. D.UAND. rUORIOA.CoUcc .

ft. I zors, socks are white and red horizontally '
I striped. The entire -suit la the UNIVERSITY OF FLORID 1 ELORIDA STATE COLLE6E fD8lfti.

We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. I latest approved major league uniform. AIHSMUE IN.--u. k
We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping \ Sleeves are detachable and can be AND POX aaulVRELS. State prl_ A Mftniti-tM" IIElPElS!Jt. iirrmmoi m Codec of Art and BeUaeea.' Nanaal gnhe.CSeheol :. i,
I shortened desired. On .. noun roans KI a! If luilc.Bohool of/ Art School e/ I
parties. wY.a wrltl.e.Addr..i
lengthened or : as d tall partlctlar ; t.. .
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Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. the whole our boys presented a fine ao: 16 nrofeaenn and aria: First....aqnlpmevt. thron..he..t. TnWoa Ann .. j*'1''' ., '
' t Wg are county agents for good fcrtfllzars. Ask us for circular pearance as they lined up before starting DM CECIL FlEICI,ZIIIICIat, N1MIMTOM.; D,C ant*. liD par cent Inui'iail la attandane Foe*hut rear. Other eipaaae vety *..... For,,UforaMitlaa. a4 4".;. x
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t. Kissimmec Gaieltc 'NATHAN B1'l1 was coimntj* solicitor of Duval 1 BROW happily among the hospitablepeopledf' ,
:: Tk Valley P. BRYAN N. B I ARD MR." H. f. SWABEY
1 county, Nathan P. Bryan was his.first-. the Island city! .< r .
," I'" assistant, and often had! full charge of -, In 1904 ha became a candidate for .. ..... \
0 ..,The death of. J$ N.'B. .the prosecution In the criminal ,court ''The. following short sketch of the life governorbefore the Democratic primaries Writes Council"l to c Office in Valley Gazette Building. the Regard
; K1S8U/1IEE. Broward iat placed the responsibilityupon iHis; strong and' forceful: ",.arguments\ of this late N. Broward was writ Up! having all his opponent' ..thelIon. '
I \ ; the people of Florida of electing a I won J.he 'admiration of all, and he'.met, 'by one wh6 l had i known him since childhood . Robert) W. Davis, of" Palatka Connecting with ,Sewer Mains.

W. B. "A R"S. Editor. ..d Prop'r.; United States' succeed the I with much success, : I.fof'mer member of congress and One of "IS'd September 29,. 1910Td

'3 ik J. '{XRIPLETT"Associate..'" << lion, James T. Taliaferro* .and while Mr. Bryan is J>popular' with tie masses .Napoleon B., Broward*'wa ..torn (in Florida's moat brilliant men. "-His' ue- 'trie H()n. City Cou/icilmen Kf.. .*-

i ., 1-3 -- i r" ; possibly there'...Ul be several candidates and hit announcement fo.r- tEe position Duvalcounty, near.-Jacksonville, April feat of Davis!!!, created a great deal of simmee, Florida. '" ,'

". jRUnSCpIPTIQN RATS '. for lh. 'position, thtre will be of United States Senator will no, 19\\ 1857. When }ie wasTmt .4 years'ot surprise, as Broward'a' strength Had Gentlenien.beg: leave! to call your

0..".;"...< immths. .-,-.--- _.. ." _.'*. policy of the-lamented ,Broward and be fcy hi many udmir..ri.'. .," unt)', where they remained until 1867 served as governor from 1905 to 1909. are- tapping the1 sewer'main.

.4 f ....All.. oorrs1ond.nta.communicationKo mu.t from by our the.WTlteI'utXorIteoet I the champion= of the majority )f our when 'they returned! to .their home-III-i In May of this year; Brownrd..became If this is'done by the sanction and

--. : J, .d matter'rlll not, be' iturni.d. unlrwitmUttor people as will Nathan P. Bryan ofJacksonville. Male Prohibition: Local. Option! I this county.- a candidate for the C. S\ '..Senate, Inspection of your street committee or' ... ,

-," .\4r > --- _. -. ". -c--- ...... Although he is a yoohg--jsr -. : . When hii JO brother was 12 years of' and IB the second primarY/ was elected 'I wish to-be i informed' '
-.itorMl .t th.. Pcwtofflc In It" aalm_. FU.,.. roar he has no superior in Florida for On the second page of this i h"I'ue will I age, -tauoleon was 14. At this timetheywentinto 'I over Jus. T: Taliaferro 'the present In* I engineer, so by j'
. you.
'-- & -I.,1aao=.- : m>il natter.j. .- - : --. ability, for manhood for honesty.' for b* found a letter written by Jefferson a Jog camp owned by an cumbeUt; and Would have taken hIs I am in a position and advertise _'
l FrllO; : ; love of right and justice! for itraiirhtI Paviu!, President of the, Confederate |' seat in that his to
;' t4 N\ .: 7.. 1 10. -1 1"I I uncle. They rafted logs for him. for ay.'air. body as soon as .election lay four inch No. 1 sewer pipe of fifteen -' -

-. ,.....-;:- ____'u ---- : 1 I' forward upright manhood. He was States''. on the .subject of the constitutional __ AV! tliislabor they both contracted I!I: should have been, ratified by th'e .legis cents ((15c) per foot and_ tantl
t, ", \ . born: and reared near Kissi.mmee. and amendment prohibiting\ thesale, fever and -ague and their grand1father 1 lature I which meets next April. ready to'thus
4 'r \ ' his t boyhood was marked bv the same of whiskey). in Texas. It will l>. noted 'took them, on quite a journey i I, Napoleon B. Broward died on Octo-. Therefore < accommodate the public.
I wish
\ Is Sent Complimentary. '! strict adfierenc to principle and .integri that this letter" was written fn 1S7.: from the north side to the south side of ber lat!! at 12:30"p-: ">., at Jacksonville", hands tied to know why my .
-for this
are/ 1
fc, J$r$1 / Parties I receiying. Ibis par ty that he has followed as a man. All twenty-three, years< ago At that time the river, where his farm and rangegrovt' 1 Florida. am rot allowed tb tap the mattl"r'1 newer;, why main?
who have known him since boyhood are, the local optionicts took -the tame situated. I .
: 'if who arc. not regular 8ul".criLerI I was 'they te- II I am perfectly willingto
,I proud of him those who have known ground! 'and occupied! the ,same:. positionas I Birds of Feather. *
., j .4 must nM, think that it i is the intention ; gained their health, and later went to a with anyone in my line of business on
4 uf the. publishers to later I him in manhood are proud to. call him do the state' wide prohibitionists" oft work o'n'his farm!, for' which services I
: .. :Editor Valley Gazette: a ligittmate basis, and if 1 10 ".l>y a
oKthem friend, and.l in the United. Htates Senate tla.v! and the whitkey: ) mer, fought local ''
and his
1 II. demand the subscription' Napoleon received $75 a year
I I Local option m"'IlI!. 88100nand saloons .transaction\ expect to take my disappoin'trhe'iit -
) ; that .
option at time tfieVame
he will rflec.t credit state andguarti / to I
; price: ';as it I\mailed' to them complimentary I on our | brother $50. Thin was int ndt'd.tV\ '
; and as I
; mean whiskoy whiskey a man. strenuously .
o, Boan of County j I its every; interest. He is the, they are fighting tate wide! prohibition their grandfather .to be a encouragement I
: byVir Times. hav-e h'Htl'r.a'ly'l'haI1Je..d 'I great. I| drunkards, and drunkards crime, and I ) object to partiality being shown in.
of th'e .hour and will be eeetd: today. very '
) Commissioner the purpose! man .; to them. and they worked 'j'there j crime great many times means death. this matter.
.. of acquainting th'm with the) |I' There are few,men in Florida i.sycLIw in the past twentythreyear : for two summers attending a When, I hear J, Having had the pleading for 10'a11 timidity to start
Timl's-Union, who and if Mr )DIIVIH were livi: g; today ,
{ j'j many advantages and opportunities I stronger he would I b advociie"of country public school at Mill Cove, dur- ,lOptiunl know what is in his heart. It plumbing shop in this (own under adverse -
;i pronounced
this town and offer personality and who have; u defter ) < ing the winter lIea8 n. Napolen earned]
' cnunty ) ist the God those circumstances' and invested '
1' saloon. pity preachers having -
I standing in their profession tl.Hri Nathan the. amendment now pending! m ;Kihotale. .
? will his" board wood ui
the homeseeker. JThe p per I by chopping ) ding and church members who are helpingout in stock, liuiliiljws. lot and tools, _
: be mailed for a few weelts\o any I'. Bryan.! rail fences/ etc. for Mr. P. P. Lord the/ salooiiH. 1 don't think the devil etc! Home-thousands of dollars, and I
He was reared. l in Florida and ic Mr. l-ivis) \va.ea_ firm l 1e-n-ver! in :'
whose is. giveiKun. his brother's paid by his
t c: person name was has ever been better pleased! with a set I ask for the opportunity to place
'Ii h.Y ,, my
I | proiul of his native t-tate having, exerted t and, if should desire to r grandfather. -
they -
and labor
ti of church members than he with I goods to advantage.
I.p ,_ ceive, it regularly thereafter we\ ",every effort to make a reputation in and Hdvoi-at" of oji; tnora' am! After rrfruTiniiig with his At
grandfather .ckBon-1 I finish
\ ,, those-parading the streets/ of J present cannot any plumb.
f tha would be a credit to Florida., TI.. Chri-tiart li\vf. aid i.ev"-r g..v. l.ic, '
J F would be glad to put them on. our sanction ct that litis now considered subnoription lint. at the regular; for an uncle Capt. Parsons of with the main.
day September.' Methinks I newer
the l"ading lawyers of the btutt in-uuf- I'It .lowf1r the. jtia'j i'.I t- nT morality, 'I', a can
: I. rate, -11 )per year; 50 ccnti.. for arid later served on1'this hear There: ,
steamer them
I 6cien\evidence of "the success he has' TOTrimufiity.) In hill day and ti-me whiskey as a saying together, after the as "yet being no rt*/ ulutin
t'S sii months. had not become the, curse to the i wheelman., )He I remained in this service parade is v.-r. *n
I attainetKv' )physical, moral and mental man it ha I during; the summer months, and one another's. hands goodby for home: I sewer connections by your II 1>11. City-
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( =- :: I Nathan Bryan was !born ApnJtj&'t, today. It had not found its into I attended' uublic! school at New Berlin "Behold how pltasantit is for brethren I Council no one can guarantee the workis !

.. Already Kissimmee. is beginning to 1872! at ForXMason, Orange county. every form of our government way: "it had I, in the winter, boarding with the light- ,(,,io dwell together jn unity. correctly done if they at present tap
J fill with winter visitors and before Florida. His lather. John M.
up Bryanr house keeper, Capt. Summers. B H. Guy. the sewer main.
not mad ? thousands thousands. of
J: Vie end of November' every available i was a native 0 \Florida and at that women :widows and untold upop numbers of i From New Berlin he, went to Cape Presumably thtt" ty has /11 \'I'Ht..i'

_ , room in town will be occupied by a I time was a farmer\in' Orange county. children' orpharts : it had not filled our i Cod, .d 1 as". and for about two years he Three Days of PrayerThe right in the water and fewer main asthey

tourist or homeseeker".. Beginning{ life on a varm, Mr. Bryan jails, our almshouses. and i followed the sea on sailing; vessels.freighting have paid money for material
our penitentiaries
=' "' -=- -;:- - I I received an early education in the public lumber, and on fishing vessels _ladies of the Baptist church will I used in their construction. also 'for
There is no why a demonstration -i ; it was not the cause of ninetyper ,
reason schools at Kissimmeev Following : . sailing oyster boats, etc. after conduct three days of prayer next their being laid.
of some kind should not take place ;I this he attended Emory college at Oxford ) centof the crime committed, nor which lie was employed on various week fur state, missions' and statewide Jf the, street committee
or' engineer
on the day the water is turned into I'I't Ga., graduating; in 1893 v &th higb was it leaving I' trail ol want. misery ;I steam) oats plying: the St. Johns river. :I|i prohibition. This is not merely a local I bits not given writt-n your permiitsion / .
arid in All
its wake. these
t the mains and the attention of our I sorrow I I
I 4 honors 9ml laeeiving a degree-ofsA.. 11"0but ont that is directed by the'Woman'lI to
called things it is doing today and if Mr.I I' touching at Palatka, Sanford Knterprise .,' parties to tap the M-wer main
is to
Board of Trade respectfully
the matter. II From Emory college he advanced to DavjX were on earthnow. none would !j Mayport arid Jacksonville lie Missionary Union of Florida. .by whose authority i is it being done?
I Washington and Lee university at L.. served bar the That means that every Baptist. church, Having .
.--. out louder than he against itt '! one year IIH a pilot on a carload of sewer pipe l laying
-- - cry
.. 'f' Jt'-4oo4 .as if the great dailies ington, Va., from which: he graduated ) manufacture. : 1'91"1'r I St. Johns bar. in the state' in which there i is a Wo I idle I would'much like. lo place.the
/ i I in 1895 with the of B. L. mans: Missionary Union is
degree devoting! same, but if BIT-
Honorable Hoard
') have their troubles the same as we .7 I' are sorry to see the whiskey men ] At a)later elate, he and Capt. David your .
with the education. these three days to prayer and giving. jects to my doing so, then treat allalike
the Los Equipped and Kemp* became of steamboats
; little weekly fellows- Angeles I I go! Jto the grave of this grand old owners '
; c'i Times being dynamited and fire destroying knowledge gained in these institutions roan iW fuel to keep) their fire, burning which' were engage!: : Mr. Bryan came to Jacksonville at between at the church at 3:30: p. m., sona from tapping the sewer main Until
and mail
the New Orleans Times-Dem for\everyone who reads: the letter will Mayport and
I ,t'r .. ocrat. They both have plenty of once beginning the uractice of law see)at onoe what position the writer P latka. continuing in this. business Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday af. they have been' tested and officially

4' V money t to rebuild their plants:!, but what with his brother, the late Hon. W. J. would occupy were he living today. until 1S87, when he became interested i ternoons. All the ladies of the town I accepted by the city.

r is to be done with the widows and orphans Bryan, who at the time of his death, Twenty.thrI'ars ago Mr. Davis in operating a wood yard in Jackson are cordially invited to all these ser I "Live and, let live" I is the motto of '

.... they mad TWitha was United States Senator from Flor favored, local option as against prohi. ville. Later in the year 18&7 he wasappolnt..d vices. i I I my shop.
Friday afternoon from 3 5 '
to ladies "Respectfully
ida.. bition; today he w>ould favor state wideI sheriff of Duval county. to I

strong manlike Dix at the Success cameto hirr) quickly", and :|I prohibition. TwenVy-three years, ago fill the unexpired term of H. D. Hol. will give an informal reception to I I II. EDMOND SwAaE' .
all the ladies of the church and their ; Prop. Pioneer Plumbing
head ol the Democratic; ticket in New after a period of thirteen years he has the v/hiskey. men fought local option land, deceased. He was again appointed j friends. I
will be
reception givenIn
York. and the Republicans scrapping a clientage that would be a credit, to and every other propo d law to regulate sheriff by Governor Fleming; in 1889, :, church.
the class the
among themselves, there is no reason much. older men in a much larger field. the sale of whiskytuiiay; they say for two years. At the expiration of A hearty welcome rooms adjoining will be extended to high School News Notes 't

I .. why that state should not go 'back into While Mr. Bryan has never before they favor local l option but lye opposed the term, of office, he was a candidate all who come., Come and friend. The total enrollment! is now five-hun

? the rank-of good and honest government taken a very active persona interest'' to state wide prohibition. \ I I for the same office being elected. and ,, bring I

and stay there. We 'think the people in politics, he has always been a Democrat :! Times change and men change with re-elected repeatedly) until 1900, when :I died..Mrs., N. Ferris
of that state have had enough of Platt. and prominent in every move- them. \ he was hono*ed by a vote of the people I I equipped her art
.. -. -, as a member of -legislature, from I CONSTANCY. I studio for teaching art in the school
Um, itooeeveltlsm. Sherman ism and ment for the public good, and he has - -
Duval -county.: After adjournment of Whatever is .irenuine ''in' 1..d.J l building.!
: crookedism to Jut them for at least a been honored with the appointment to Anti-Saloon League. -

century and ,then some. the educational board of control having j the general assembly he.was appoint- relation enduresdesPite ;of time, I OD account of the overflow of pupil,

in charge the.University of Florida -I j Attention of the members of the loI a member of the state board of error, absence and destiny, and the use of another room is found necessary -

1 ( .N. B.. Broward is dead. What a' the Florida College for Women, :i I I' cal, Anti-Saloon League as well as all j tit'sth! ; by Governor Jennings, which i,l that which ha no inherent vitality .of which Miss Gholston who is '.
friends to the cause of prohibition ; & beheld,/ at the time of his had better die at A' from the School
.. shock passed over,this state on Saturday the institution for the deaf arid dumb, pBi 01'1 once. great Normal ; at. Athens,

fr last when the (ad news waa flashed! and the Colored Normal school. |. called to the meeting at the Baptist death"I ' 'j j I' poet hat truly declared that constancy Ga., will take charge. ", ,., ';' .., ,,;:
church next Wednesday evening. A is no virtue, I but a fact.Tuclcemjan. .- '"
over the wire. Men gathered on the' Mr. Bryan has many warm personal : Iri '1895. and tor.two sudceedirgyear Tht boys of the eighth grade, high

corners in every town and in whispers friends not only in Jacksonville] but full attendance. is earnestly requested. ", Ire served, asa member of the 1 1I 1I I j''school,- organized ill",' O. II. S. Athletic".

aiked one another if there could not be : all over the South and his standing in L. H.: Cohoon_..: Chairman. Jacksonville dity council; and, later aBa I Association, and elected the following:

II some mistake-for no one ever saw the the community is that of a fine gentle: Th. Unknown | police commissioner of this! city. Barbers In Forrm.r Tim. as officers: Lee McLain, president/ ;

c : manS who connected him with death- man, a generous friend and a pleasant A Frenchman attended, a Burns cele-;' In }R9f. he was\aptain of the steamer In former times the barber's craft Stanley Bullock vice-president; Clarence -

lI lI h. was so big, so powerful, so strong. neighbor. brat Ion. At the end of the Jollification I j Three Friends \ n several of her was kcown as a profession. The barber I j I Johnson, secretary; and Lawrence

%, There are many men in Florida who During the last campaign, in which a friend asked him if be had enjoyed trips, while/ conveying"war materials to was known as one who did .minor ,I|Tress, yell master. Equipment has

-. "can fill the position to which he was I the late Governor.Broward was a can- himself. "Wtoy." said be, with, the | the Cuban, He schi ved national surgical operations' end pulled teeth been ordered and they will !begin

""':leeted, but, none so well as Broward. ,didate for the position of United States characteristic French shrug Bud upturned { fame, at this time and 'v. perienced and in the time of Henry VIII. a dl- 'j j practicing in order to have a team

,- Ha won every fight he entered however 'Senator, Mr. Bryan was one of hi. '' bands" "It was malrDi cent. t many thrilling episodes. N vision of business was madeL so' that !I ready for the coming base tall season.

great the odds, except the fightgainst 'most ardent supporters, and worked Tbe haggle was good. the whisky was | During the years 1902 and 'HjOU, he the barber was permitted to do these -

7: .#4.4f* cI.ath-the invincible conqueror with the late governor, side by aide, very good. the singing was good. but I was engaged in the wrecking hueis things and a physician was restrained Old paper can be bought at this officeat

: of alL Broward>> was Florida's strongest throughout the battle. who was tlr. Auld Lan .syne? Was at Key West his family and himse1}( by law from cuttlng'lialr: or trim. II need 2O to cents per under hundred. Ju.t what you

4. i t,' ;, man, Its foremost man. When his brother, the laU W. J. be a Bcottlali cblef?"-:.Argooau.t. ; leaving spent a part of that time very" "IDe beards. ting etci put your carpets) mat-

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1;:; Get it from us or some other reliable Railways under construction; Titles
.- 4i Co'?-but get it and do it NOW. Only a few v _ 4t& *. ranteed ; Abstract free! *

*" .short years and every acre of this grand i" 1 V he lands are undulating prairie and produce -
.I country the Italy of America-.will sell at L _ ,ike irNabuncance-Pineapples, Grapes, Oranges -
\ z. such prices that will be beyond the reach of Or e'fruit. Millet Corn Sugar Cane

r,4 zi many Then it will be LEASES, and they r 'a d' Kaffir CornN\elvet\( means and all Fodder

: Larnotnice. Crops. Pecan N I.e. etc., etc. Anything you

For a time, at least, every purchaser ofour 5 _ care to plant '"

: ::.; >:Prairie lands will be given a photo of his c. f. V The finest YEAr bUND white mans

:land-WE ORIGINATED this plan of selling ...- M s 1f' climate ON EARTH-thr n in free.

f land J and would like your opinion of it.jWouldn't - ' I Present_ prices: $2OfcO an acre, 20

#0;' : YOU like to own a tarm like ., acres upwards; $1 :OO an acre doW.and $ 1.00
this ,. We have over 125,000 acres-you C I an :re monthly. No taxes or inte t.. '

,'f; take your choice; if you apply now and you 't Telephone service now available amh .
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;; . ,. cajTorder by letter' and have several weeks to ,. boat competition to our lands insures

examine. same. _ _ _ _ railway rates. Saw Mill on the Iancj.suppiiea.

i$ allkinds of building lumber.
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:i A The KlsslDimeelValleu Gazette'';I If you have' anything for & ; our Mad. G. 'Waring of the firm of \ +

classified column. You will sure get Waring & Edwards, real estate agenta .
\ result*. I of Lakeland, was in the city this weekcompleting .
':; \: ; -TELEPHONE: NO., $1.. I fc Society Happening We invite
'' ; arrangements for putting a Cordially: You to Attend Our ; _
'Two new teachers have recently'beenadded new addition to Klss /nmee on the market w.

::.l1 PUBLISHED EVERY--FRIDAY ]; to the OaceoU High Schol faculty which his firm will 'handle, an-, '
. I making in all a total of sixteen instructors nouncement Gt which will appear in Miss Elma Smith entertained FALL MILLINERY 'OPENING

;':::. j: in this excellent institution. this paper in a short time. very : L
? even'
:Watch charmingly' lit cards Wednesday
'I.kl /;\ w. B. MAFiRI Klssimme grow. .
\"" :-, ,;4, On acconnt of the.protractejl servicesat : ing.. There were three tables playing
' ",.tJ'I"IIY\ ,' We are informed by Principal R. M. the Methodist church tine week "600 and'the on ana Thursday { '
\ Evans, of thee Osceola High School, no highest, score 'U made Wednesday
11" 1 ;:meeting of the Anti-Saloon League was by Miss Kathleen Peacock the attractive
that the i enrollment for the prellfl'tterm .
-W.eather'RIlPort 1-.1 I has five hundred held on Wednesday evening ,The eg- of Miss October .isth and I3th .
f.. 11 mark and now is still passed Increasing the "nlar meeting: will be. held next Wednes guest Smith,; and Mre Gus ; ,
'J ! I J. I "IJ I -I eaaaaa i day evening, however, when the chairman Smith' : Delightful "refreshments were -
'' The Village Improvement Society will l- urges a full'attendance. served after; the game Those present On these dates we will'fiave on disp"lay"the latest ,_ 'I ;
l" Following are the daily temperatures meet in .regular monthly session at the were Misses' Kathleen. Peacock, Mary '1 : .
:j\ and precipitation M' 'City, CounciL-Chamber next Tuesday JudgeG. F.Dunne received a telegram Louise M klnson; 'Kate O'Berry, Sue NEW YORK AND PARISIAN CREATIONS ;; f; '.
afternoon at'3:30. A full attendance is last Friday night from his daughter, '
A reported by the Government. earnestly: desired. Mr G. F Dunne of Sumter, S. C., Watson, Elma Smith and Miss Hardy. obtainable. in the East . *

.t 'r.. Kiasimmee for the I announcing the sudden death of her I Dr. Carson, Dr. Simpson, We 'ru. D. '
- r' Oct. 6 1910. .Mrs. J M. Willson Jr. retunedhome father in-law Mr. E. J. Dunne at that '
week ending: Blends Earle Lupfer, Frank Doyle and *
from New York City, where she place. Mr. Dunne formerly lived in Gus Smith. .rVE'S & raw rte a.IM. spent the summer, this week. Mrs. Ki immee, where he made a number '!

. . 922 Willson had a very enjoyable trip and of w rm friends, who will be grieved to .ORLAND.O) FL.O.RIDA "" '
Friday returned much improved) in health. learn of his sudden demise. A of \ '
Saturday. . . 90 71 . I merry part) Kissimmee's young .

Sunday. . 88 71 . Practically aithe/ store fronts, on Mr. W. G. Hankins has resigned., society people enjoyedthe dance: St. .

. . 85 73 15/ the-east side of Broadway'have recently his position as vrescnotion clerk for Cloud last Friday evening, going over '
Monday. )
been brightened with fresh coats of the Kssimme) Drug Co., to take : in automobiles and the i : -
returning after .
for Sale.A
Tuesday'. . .. 86 72 .86: paint, lending a Dew -and] up-to-date appearance on Oct. 15th, and Mr. B, D. Stal Gold HsaUd Warr.Over Bungalow ,
dance. The consisted of Mrs
Wednesday . 89 71 . I to thai busy fhorougbfare. I of Kershaw; S. C., has arrived to effett.1 party 4.OOO years ago an elaborate brand new four room bungalow/: '
Thursday 87 72 .10 his place. Mr. Hankins,we filly and Misses Elma Smith, Kathleen system of 'nitration was established by': well
water lot
Supt. J. C. Hlggins of the A. C. L. deep splendid large ,
and Peacock Sue Watson and Miss waters, of
J- cta to remain in Kissimmee Hardy, the Egyptians to purify the ' '
spent' last Friday in this city lookingover will for sale cash 800. :"
; spot
the ground for the new probably go in business for himselfin Dr. Carson, Dr. Simpson, Frank Doyle, the Nile. In both Home and Athena hot j
passenger I 40-tf .
another line.
station and attending to other business < Fred Gilbert and Mr. Hill. water was drunk In preference to .
--- 'the interest of the tbe small minority who used :
-- in railway company. cold by ;
Meiers. C. At. and H. E. Coin. are water for drinking purposes. Cham- . For.County Judge 1 ,

There ia urgent need of a large at. 'making elaborate preparations. for the Building Goods Road In 1800, notes, that tbe To th. Voter of o.oeola Florida . '
LOCAL FIELD.aA tendance at the..meeting of the Boardof opening of their hew. jewelry store- pier writing Coapty, ) "
THE hot water was. been large u'uDiberol .
Trade on Monday night, as there i is which will occur in about two weeks. habit of- drinking HtTlQff rnqvMtod a
much delayed business in the secretary's The store is being thoroughly cleaned, Road Superintendent:: Gerald Asliton spreading: among all classes in,Fraoce.. uiy friend and rotorcof said eonntj to bwom .

hands that should be attended renovated, calsomined and repainted, went down below Whittier last week to "Some warm it by holding It over' tbe B candidate,at th. seat general ..vlocUon. \n k

WWWWWVWW*f f to. and when the opening day comes they ) \Inspect: the new road from Whittier to fire. Others dip byr>uU 1 >c.bread Into it. hold on November tub, A. D. ItJO, to all tb. 11
to have a store that would be a hot gold vacancy caused by the rcxlKQatlon. and rcnovalofJndK ,
expect barof
Basfeinger which is bunt under IllcU people plunge/ a
Mrs. -J: H. Bryan visited her husband Arrangements are now In progress credit to a city several time the sizeof being water before drinking it,' I u. K. Kribb from the guts, and "
tit Zantee, this week, -, for gathering and shipping this' sea KUsimmee." contract by L. E. Lindsey. lie states Into their wealthy -bar of hot Iron having .rred an County Judo before Vh reby
son's orange and -grapefruit crop, and that Mr. Lindfey is, making very satisfactory and tbe less a being familiar with the dudes of laid office 1hereby 4UKOROE
Miss Vivian Lee has returned to Wesleyan soon the golden apples will be going Orlando 'was honored .this morning about twelve while the very -poor are content to I announce mysalr! a eandldat for rite I Iom.
University, at Macon, Ga. forward in large quantities and golden by a visit from Mr. T. L. Waring, of miles of progress the road grubbed and ready I warm tbelr drink with a \live, coal( ... of County Judge of nalU oouuty, and *.-' ,

C. W. Ward made a business eagles will be flowing in to the rowers. Virginia and Mr. A. E. Donegan, of : I !pwtfullj, nvllclt;year support rid election ,
Mr. forTbe grading machine, and a mile or H.-trulI. '
Jacksonville this week Kissimmee. The latter gentleman is Got His Number. -
trip to An of the Boardof of Osceola graded. I F. PARKKR: .
adjourned meeting clerk of the circuit court more Uncle Zepb bad had some trouble

Mr Shand of Fort M ors. is Vi it-1 County Commission will be heldon county, and is one of the most efficient Superintendent Athton i i& .now at getting! about on tbe cars and complained I 0 ',

mi )her sister, Mrs. John L. B atnan. Wednesday, October 12th, at which and accommodating official in the work with his gang filling -in the low of the l employees. "WUeii a
time inspectors and clerks for the een- He is truly the right man in
state '
Mr. Walter Ijoreni'of St. Cloud spent I .eral flection will be appointed. the right place. Orlando Sentinel. places between St. Cloud Junction and' conductor is uncivil to you' take bis To the Voters of Osceola (ouItyl.! .. .!

Tuesday in Kicniinmee transacting I Peghorn, and when thin_is completed, number" said his nephew. "
Havliurbeen unimlmoualr tulorwd bjr UMttomoeratle
business. Ttate Chemist R. E. Rose was in the :. Local representatives of the Hunter will start at Canoe Creek and grade a I Two days later uncle tame In somewhat .._utlv. CommlttM of Oaoeola f'

of St. Cloud was city Tuesday on a business mission. Land Company are preparing an elabo- road from there to Uassinger.Exchanging battered, but looking triumphant. county for th.'office of Countjr Judc.and having .. '
Mr. W. G. King, Capt. Rose had just come down from
i rate display of citrus fruits, pineapples, number hi said, with a
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transacting business iti the city last Jacksonville, where, hf attended the got DIM tbla ales, mm I Wlimre. acceptably sine my
Monday. funeral of Gov. N. B. Browand.Mr. J Japan other persimmons fruits ,and pecans vegetables, eggplantsand for Gifts In.Afri51LFrequenUy ; aatlsfied air "but I had to grab tbe appointment' by Governor Gllchrlrt. I) aanoune -
Buffalo Ex mjnwlf candidate to be voted lot, for .
hull cap too. pres. a y
Mr. C. W. Griffin moved his stock ofgroceries Thomas I.. Warinp and family, I shipment to Minneapolis, Minn., where fruit one has to deal with ; I Mid omne? In the ....ul..*ejectionF / __-_ V- _pt -
in the
will be the .
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tbey put chief 9tu fact every .
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this week into bill) handsome former residents of Kmsimmee, but am no obligation to any eorpor.tlon.cued
brick store.Mrs. who have been living ip West Virginiafor exhilAt. at Donaldson's DepartmentStore traveler will probably be welcomed by Had a Proxy:" .or other combination.and I..k the rapport! n '.
view in the Glass Block. ?
the past several years, arrived In'' the-cblef. An Interchange of greetings "Have a drink oldj man of all cltlixni of Oeoeola count/ at the rolls. on t

I. H., Ihgram and little daughter -' the city yesterday, and will visit relatives establishes a "No; I've cut It out." November ....t.. t
School Commissioner E. E. browet through an Interpreter "
Irene, have return 4'd from a vmt here and at Lakeland. { "Aw. be Bocluble. Very truly ,
of Station was in the city An interchangeof roar "
Campbell good understanding. will take.
relatives in ArcadiaMeasrs. "Wt'll. my companion her r.
Mr. A-S. Gilbert has )let the contractfor Tuesday in attendance upon the regular .presents. Is usual on these occa- a drink with you. He's,my social a cretary. _L -
of the School Board,
Leon Fanned and Chester a new cement block building, to be monthly session slons and Is an almost universal cus JoumalEntirely
and during the day paid this office an City J>K ,
Underhill have leased R. T. Butler'dbarber erected on the site where Griffin' old requires the chief to BLANCHARD
tom. EtIquette
Brown 1
call. Mr.
store stands in North Kissimmee, workon appreciated 1
and bath rooms.Meiwrs.
shop which will begin as soon as the old that the vegetable gardens are in splendid give a present in return. Aa a rule, a Capable .S

Creel and Gilmore of Barlow building can be moved away.. condition in his Motion, and tfiat h, chief can only offer a bunch of ba- "Is your uew maid capable" i .
. Osteopathic '
have patented a machine for washing, has aa fine a stand of egg plant as he nanas, some papaws or possibly a. "Yes. .Indeed. She can tell callers 1 Physician . r

drying and polishing citrus fruita. Tomorrow is the (last day on which ever saw. goat or two, some of which may poll'.Ibl don't want to see that I'm out and .
you can register for the general elec- )' be welcome. On a special occasion Special Attention Given to
Uncle Alf. Campbell, after an ab- t tion. It will also be necessary to have Mr. and Mrs. K. Glover of Decatur, the chief offer the traveler a make them believe It. -Detroit' Free Nervous and Diseases of '3

I sense of about two years, has been in paid poll taxes for the past two years Mich., arrived in Kissimmee Saturday may decline Press Women. :/ t
the city this week greeting old friends.Mr. by tonight Friday, in order to Qualifyto and will remain until spring. Mr. arseMrs. "wife! a gift which be will probably ------ .
vote. Glover spent last winter here, with a great profusion of thaaks.Engineer. '
John R. Bronson moved his purchasing: a block in the Lilly addition, Old capers for sale at this office Onto war cninsi luk ISM IP Ml It .t
family into town last week, and is occupying Mr. F. W. Hill and daughter. Miss on which they built noose and planted -r ti
his residence on Mabbettestreet. Madeline, returned to their home at a garden in which Mr. Glover was most -- - -- i

Narcoosse: a'few clays since from an I successful, making 122 bushels of potatoes -
absence of several months spent in the on a little more than a half-aere of
.{ f''Capt. Clay Johnson has been busy vicinity of Mr. Hill's old home in Eng- ground. r
with a large force of hands this week, I

launching the bull of his new boat, the land.At I MIKS Mildred Turville, the trained

Osceola. the mass meeting for men at the nurse who spent: last winter in this cityIn .- +
Baptist-church on Sunday afternoon, at I attendance upon Mr. C. W. Ward, *
Including our regular edition and order 3.30 o'clock, Mr. Thomas McDowell will who has.not enjoyed the best of healthfor

for extra copies, the Valley Gazette open the proceeding with the subject the 'few returned on
past years
is printing over four thousand:! "The Church and the Workingman," Tuesday )from Houston, Tex., where -! ..
papers this week. which will be open for( discussion by all. Miss Turville ..
she spent the summer

Mr.. Kenneth Butler returned of home two I. Mr.,J. W. Miller purchased several "at once to Mr.'Ward resumed her who duties, we are as-, pleasedto attendant t of f N : : : :
o Wednesday from an absence Party I ncI'
( hundred acres of land located on the ,
o in North and I is much Improved since his return :

r4 ; 'I;,;:.,"\. )'South weeks' ,Carolina..which he. spent' I: Tommy Kissimmee'Thompson Prairie, and this .has week already from ago.say from. the North" a, couple, >, of weeks >ft1,: (i\ ,, : , : : I i I .

\ I handsome his
,\\ been offered a profit on
..+ A Miss Gena Moon left today tor De investment; "M8.- S. D. Ferris has taken the
she will take a special
Land where
workat position as instructor in water colors *
course in music and klhdergaaten Mr. J. F. Royer, of Idaville Ind., aruj painting in the Osceola High

Stetson University. I has moved his family to Bowen Ranch, School f and has a most creditable exhibition ,
where they will spend the winter, and of her work displayed in the I ,
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The State Bank of may decide to locate permanently, Mr. windows' of the Home Store. Mrs. -
having a neat tile sidewalk laid on : Royer, in company with Mr. B. P.Mikesell Ferris' work shows marked ability and "(

south aide of the building.. B. Dicker ,- manager of the ranch, spent talent, and those who are so fortunate appreciated the advantages of
eon has the contract.W. Wednesday in thin city. as to receive instruction at her hands >

will develop the artistic touch -
J. McCracken, the horse man, of soon "
The Foreign: Missionary Society
limited p
Mrs. Ferris will also instruct a J
t will be here again on the 14th with two the Methodist church: will hold its regu- .
number of pupils.Theron
carloads of horses and mules. See his lar monthly meeting at the parsonage \.

adv. in another column. next Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 12th, Keen, sotf of J. J. Keen,

for at 3 o'clock. A special progranr has while at work for Mr. L. E. Llndsey,
Supt.. W. J. Sean has traded been and large attendance W
arranged a grubbing on the new Bassinger- lIit.t.ier -
County:: Clerk A. E. Donegan'a Reo is desired.Mr. road, last Thursday, was bitten on : -
look for some
touring .ar. now the foot by a snake either ground rattier KISSIMMEE'rAR
new speed records in motoring. and Mrs. L. M.Williams, whore-, or moccasin, which caused him : f'J
arrived in this from Con-
cently city considerable pain and swelled the injured :
f Mr. B. Perkins moved his family neaut, U., have purchased three Iota in member,U an abnormal size. He ,
from this city to Plant City this week, South Kissimmee,Just across the rail- miles from Kissimmee
was over forty .
having accepted a position with the road from Capt. Clay Johnson's- residence .
Commissioner J.
1e and was brought by .
up .
Foetal Telegraph that place. on which they are having erected .- S. Stratum in his automobile, where he '" of- -
a neat cottage which they will occupy -
County Commissioner J. S. Stratton home received medical attention} and. will :
aa a ,
accompanied his two daughters to Orlando soon be all right again. .

Tuesday, where he entered them Henry T Bass has sold his grhcery Our good friend R, C. Partin was in /

aa students at the Cathedral store to R. S. Floyd & Co., anoChas retired the city last Saturday and called at -

The"Rev. David D. Kldd will hold from business Mr. Floyd and the Gaiette office to. renew his subscription last week by buying land there for '-
associates are preparing to form a his language "to the
the Episcopal church on -to use own r
{ services in stock and deal largely in grain, in Florida" .
Morning sermon company beet weekly newspaper actual settlement
Sunday pent.communion; at 11 prayer o clock feed and heavy groceries. Detail will Mr. Partin and his -son, Chaa, Dewey, .

..:. and holy be announced later. I had just returned from- brief Visit to ,' J. .
din Bandy request the pleasure of his old home in Georgia, the first\ time \ 4t

your presence at the Exhibit of Ex- Mr. E. P. Dann, superintendent of he had been back in thirty years. lie -
/elusive- Fall Millinery- which: will be the electric light plant, has tenderedhis found most of his old friends had passed :.-- t

7", Friday and Saturday, October 14th and resignation to th. city council to to the great beyond; and the younger \ rt .
15th, Kiseimmee. 41-11 take effect as soon as his place can be ones have grown out of his knowledge jy
filled Mr. Dann.will: devote his timeto but whereVer he went he was accorded

i The many truck: gardens around Kis- boating on the lakes and river this a welcome that amounted to an va- i 5! -, -..... -.-.- '
.lml lee are-showing good effects from winter. t. tion. Bob Partin is among that class _ ._- r' --- ,
the recent rain., and should the season of typical Southern gentlemen whom to
--g- continue favorable there will be' an Mr. and Mrs. C. E:'Swope'returnedto know once. is to appreciate a lifetime, .
-- --- abundant harvest this fall. the city yesterday from Ohio, bringing and we! who know and appreciate him :

a carload of household goodswith here can well imagine what his'recep ""p. -
The first carload of grapefruit to them and will now make Klssimmee tion would be after an absence of thirty ,
leave Kissimmee this season was their permanent home. Mr Swope f
shipped last Monday by Will Moseley, owns ten acres in Pinedale on which be year

local agent for Chase & Co. is preparing to build:! a residence. Two new rubber coats, belonging .

Bandy Capt. R. G. Canova and S. T. Johnso, Kissimmee ..
t Miss requests the pleasure of Exclusive Died, at her home in West Kissim- were stolen from the Sugar Belt coachon Valley r e

t your presence at the Exhibit which will be mee on Tuesday, Oct. 5th, Mrs. C. C. Sunday Sept. 25th and J. H. Sub-
Fall Millinery, Douglass wife of C. C. Douglass, fore- letts, who had been seen around the
Fnda'y and Saturday, October. 14th and man for the Osceola Lumber Company car, was suspected of having purloined

15th, Kisslmmee. 41HThings She leaves a husband a little son and them. SherifPrevattwasnotdfedand..

are moving pretty fast in an adopted daughter to mourn he loss as usual, landed the thief as well aa re-

Kiasitamee' at this time, but' they Rev. J. T. Mitchell, of the Methodist coveted: the stolen goods. He found Land
woukfcmove much faster if more'rnemv church, conducted the funeral) services SubletU working at a sawmill at Bar-'. Company:
',4 I would attend the meetings of the and interment was made in--Rosehlll tow Junction;arrested him and broughthim ..
. . ard of Trade cemetery on Wednesday afternoon. to jail where after cooling off fora ,
couple days he acknowledged the
Mesars. E. N. Fell and E. H. Every Mr. R. D. Collier returned home laat theft and agreed to produce the coats. '" "' ..

were ,irKthe city Wednesday to attenda week from a three-months' absence, Judge Murphy held a special term of W J. E. MATTOCKS Manager I ,
meeting rf the .Fellsnere Land Co., spent with relatives and old friends indifferent the County Court, at which SubletU

.which was bejd at the Grayitone onWednadayeve sections of North Carolina.We pleaded guilty to petty larceny and was ,
"ng. regret to learn that Mrs. Collier, sentenced to pay the cost of the-court ,

r" who accompanied him,has been ill) with and produce the goods, which he did, KISSIMMfiE t
Dr. T. M. Rivera baa moved his office typhoid fever, and Collier unable to're and went on his. way sadder but wise FLORIDA _

to the ropms over the new store of the, turn home. Mr. reports her i '. '*' : t '
Osceola Pharmacy, and Dr. F. ti.Thornason convalescing, however and expects: her .
has moved! his office: to the to be. able to make the journey about. Large desk blotter ilk at this office . .... .. '-

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h,d THE pm.EER.E P PLUJ> 8IBGS SDP H.K17s81MM6 EDMUND sivuar.o SWABEIf',..r FLA.;' A QUAINT OlO'TAVERN'I . TOWN" OF TAFT I I I -:- _' T'r' >'

'. Interesting Items from that Thriving .
:..ip ;' n PLUMBER I j Insecticide Department '
,. The, 9'd'' Cheshire 'Cheese, In little City. 7'/ : ,

'I MrT: Chris Holdorf, arrived here ', to '.
I the Heart of London. .wljp '
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; ., .f .. : --" w. In August, h.... set out ,tw.nty-t\v.. *, PRACTICAL. SCIENCE.
ty\ thousand strawberry'...plant,,.'antI baa ., '. ...
; I !;, SERVES A FAM O.US- PUDDING. planted one and a 'half acres In beans* c .Qur.fieebooklet .
Steam Work Il.ncl' entitled REMEDIES' EOR INJECTS .
4 Pipe FittlngJPiimp which
it a are ujl and doing'riicely. ,
. './ '' (General Jobbing. f' ", i -, The ladies! of Taft- held an ice,cream AND-DIS A'$ conta.ins.a. valuable- \! treatise on- insects .. .r
A NobU Puty It-"Is.-Btd It, Wa sociable last Saturday night for the "-" }, directlbns'.for usi"2the" different !'' ";
ben.eftt jand .
r' Good assortment>> of BATH TUBS LAVATORIES 'CLOSETS SINKS ETC.- always in stoclFOR Mnx'". Glad. :,
> ,. Sampled by ash ton the 'b '
" ,'f .of school $35 ing.r'/ ed. i 'preventatives ,and rerpediis fa trove; garden and i
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nny ,
; which will be to- for the, '
-used t buy a.bell .
field. That
1', T .. |ap* and '>. school house. pur readers! maybe able to get these/

... r Atuerlcaiis when of n aterialsand'the. BEST impleme'rijts"with'.which--to
.. I. Nearly all lhcyxsotp Mr. C: H. Nelson Bar Harbor Ohio '
C\ -f' '" " SALE London\ uinke It it point to visit ttmtNquaint I has ft'egTin the erection of a.two-story __ !apply,; them we ,have opened an insecticide ..departrnent ,

., /- I old tarcru'In ({'he heart of the building at the corner of First avenue . in which yvecarry: a fuli- tock ofIDEAL .

.. I newspaper and prluting b'usluosn. the and Third 'street, which will -beused aq INSECTICIDES '

i: j'' :.:; :. ftEMIIVGS ISLAND-NEAR KISSIMMC I I Old' Clienlilro C.booKe. to pnrtsko of a printing office and lodging house. It I AND FUNGICIDES r_ '..

: II" famous pudding.H id.said that ' ". I la the Londoner's, delight when he its appearance>> here! before many weeks. .1 ___ 1.
;: One ofi.the" most valuable pieces of property in Florida. I .
; gets back Meet street to make a School! the
to opened Monday In. new II
;'J: 'r" paying good interest on .the,investment. I rus'h; for the pudding, and it Is'almost.the school ?hnuse' with tWQ teachers and Wilson & Toomer FertilizerCo: "Jegsjllc'INT. d| IF' I-hrwrariw.wrrwr.

\ '. I Seven city lots in Kissimmee. close In. I I last. tiling lid eats before leaving twenty-six' scholars \ i I .

: i.It. Travelers in the Sahara have seen The three saw mills and "the! shingle -- .. --_ -- -- --'---
. :, f w. FLEMING. I mirages of that pudding! ii iwl'! during mill are working overtime., '
I the Hoer war the men shut up In
The Taft Manufacturing Co, i i8''
preparing -
. r Lndysmllb' Hiid Mafeklng! dreamed of. .
I if 0-. It at regular Intervals. ,. to 'install an ice plant. .
.............................#...........##......#...."':: I I'reclsejy at 1 o'clovk [p. m. Tom conveys -
: the from (the. firm to the
pudding ( They All Demand It.
t : Full line School : mnln floor. It IsI big |)uddlng.. and iEtssimmee j 3 ASS
,I" Supplies) ( especiall \ I I the price of 1 11} Is Just 2 1111 II l1uIS- that

: i* Is lo say, a feel of It is 2 shillings.; as .
;, l (designed!> : tier (Oscoola Hiijli School : : Like livery City. and I .
much as you plensc, aa ninny shares aa

;'l"' .; .: PRICES. LOW anti DUALITY! HOOU; .: II I you for 48 ask cents for of cut Ainerlrnu and route coin.again Cheap, all I Town III the Union. Receive It j J CONTRACTOR and BUILDER-. "

'! aye arid. oh. bow goixl it Is! It is People with kidney ills want to be .I
******** I,
worth crossing the Atlantic to get a Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates -
..... .
j ** I cured. When one suffers the tortures
' ? 0 nir( of It, and the iironia; lingers In on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whetherit
, .. I ot an aching back relief is eagerly
the memory for; many q day. be a Two-Room Cottage Tourist Hotel.
or a
: .
for. There are ,
I Rig? The diineiislons are Fnlstafllan. sought many remedies -- ...
Kissimmee Cp
:.J i Drug : It In a round earthen vessel something today that relieve but do not cure. .Makes a Specialty oh boring ARTESIAN3WELLS
moreI two dozen -lioa\doep.\ with Here is evidence trove that Doan's
: : I in which he has rtvet with the greatest success
.it. :.a+aaa..+la...4.s+re ........+.+...+..+..............e.+aet a diameter of nboul- eighteen, Inches.A Kidney Pills cure, and thp cure, i i'4 tai*- of any man in Florida.
1, uoble I pastry my mnterMt! i-1* .
When It Is placed. upon( the service Rall"o'f -I.!
I B. F. SaiiTt-Cloud. Fla.,
l I Give him work and it
table nn elliptical while crust meets l your 'K.issi FI .
1 ways: "In view V( my experiencewith will be well and quickly done. Ill mee, a,
Tom and
_. the hungrya7.1'/ myrmidons -
i-- -" I Doan's Kidney Pills, I bclieve'tnem to
take their places lu front facing -
'I: '.( I be valuable for
, I. .. ' (Ili final ;tin kidfr and spoon In a remedy kidney
, I' hand poses ullh giuttlo dignity and trouble. I think my complaint; was "
( 1 bcnleiinnt tutee It Is n moifient of brought on by 'tle strain on my bark
. Our .VKW STOl'K,; uf.1 f j I
solemn thought when every mnn uopes from working at my desk. I had IBtciirtp \ ++++++++ttD +t+t++t++++++t+++++tt++++tttt+tt+ttt+t++
that his portion "III l h" Inrncr: than his pains through my kidneys, and [ + +
I' friend nail, t that I he will l he blessed the secretions from these I
c; 1 with nn nlmndanre> : of Krnvy. Hut organs were THE CASH STORE !
fall and Winter 'Goods unnatural and too frequent in paseag..1also I
, S.. they ought from years <>f nr-ijunlnlnnce' containing H heavy sediment. Hei i nr I
with the host to understand Hint his!
.)) I to cheek thetrouble ihl... First Door
-T I I hand 1* n A i steady ns his J JiidRiiienl t In,, dOing if.po"" I.lpro"ur.,1 $ North of Postoffice
If I Imp/ll.tlnl I -I a supply of Down's. Kdn..y'PIli. t- *

are now IU'I'h-' ;dilily'j No more and, nothing better, for one and began their mo 1 Relief snnn''
< tfjnn for another' He sates his; weiipotis. followed and after I had finished, thei I I | There you will find SHOES* HATS,

IIr and the first onvlniifjtit Is mil<1... contents of a.few boxes, I was in good ,
1 ; The room t M full "f /I delicious\ steiimhcHrinit hi'alth., I am pleased<1 to (five Doan< | DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, allot best ,1"
; -/ with it i he 'on'l"ntr/lll'tI es"sen
i Plll endor i
Kidney strongest -
CALL AND SEE THEM < es of nn.lirosinl, I snhsdinces 't'heguests tnent. my ++ quality and lowest prices. .
I I RMilT\ it > iiixl tnuriuurholes
, up For sale by all dealer Price. :50;') eta
I blcssiiiKS on I ihc, rank the original I Inventor -
I:,t.;. .1 I J the house and the host, It Is Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N.' Y., sole I Call Before Buying Elsewhere i
for theUnited, States.Remember .
/I time when men feel goad'. one to-
1 i w\rd" ( the other the name Doan'.. -an.1''' 1 +++++++++++t+++++++++rt++++++++t+..+ttt++++++++++++
H. C.. STANFORD COMPANYFOR makes take no others. . I
One smell of 'that pmliliiiR I .. ..__ .
Tliis famouspnddliiK.
I the whole world kin.

1 \ I ;. which has tickled I the ,pulntcsf Preaching at St. Cloud II
( tliousnnds, I Is riun( rompounded\ : wEe
I and Sunday school every Sunday at 9.:10:
I A cru.rnf n'.r. wMtr suoi.
I liepfntcakShoep'B a. m. Church service at l I//) :3O a. m. and '
klrtn 5 1l at 7.:3O p. m., also on the thin,) Sunday I
l irkaMilKliroomft
-- - .. 4f,5:-hiV iithor<*'1I. of each month at :'i p. m. Christian Endeavor -.'
Oyslrrs < every Sunday at Ii. 3(1( p. m. !

----- -. -. i Stork ST. CL-OUD I= LA.a. .
J"ppp"r and aa1t'Rut I
.. .,..
It is II..' boiling! Hint t does It. -
I ; F-nr nt lend twelve hours. tins heaven I IIAV FOR SALK ,i PULL LINE OP .

enl piKl'lini' '; Is kept slowly simmering No.. 1 Ocala Lirne. i GENERAL HARDWARE -- -

.. Truth :r <. \ ,, In an Immense for t thepurpose.-copper specially It must oopfructml uot- No. King Winser Cement Plasterf -Iooi..Mo.ninaPurails: : Fe.Pslu'o114saiVerelaao.' ,. . .rae". .i

-: ,f ' t : -.> Mh- ;?. boll 11I11'1'ly.hut, Ihe. namo'.lornperii- ,. No. 4 1 Fire Brick era sad. llitie. .. FullLla of ii f ...., .' ..
F sad c. t dio 110" ,
: t.ure lie k..ptl1p, the wh'olo.period1"TUo: Carload Cypress I\\ Lath on ,the'r6ad I "

;} .'.yGlv; ,,4tattt n'Itaiy ; steak aanniea'auieyitenlleroeaa! ", | ; the I. f "'. : |r/jrV'- ? i larks-tnot! r'siwirrowat'na') ': >:some a,malig- , ' ;' ?: GRAIN FEED AND FERTILIZERS! '' : "n

'" ..5 About Floridai nnnt spirit hits, anggeete-d, althongb For! reasonable prices

\ sparrow [pudding; ,is not to lie de.spispdlire Kissimmee Granitoid Works Grocery; orated on N. Y Av.:3: doom from ?t. Clou f *liet.I
i set-Hied, f> the. kmiii. and you I i' Hardware Store PI'nil. Av.. near Iltli St. >If
I run' i bra up e.-icli, little "wniKMer; without B rw-KKRSOM. Own and Mni ;

--and values in-- nn edit I kidneys are soft' and Works on Broadway and OUR !PRICES ARE LOWEST *'"V.E: "Paeti.""?.& t.Oo'Oj"N .

ek,4' -- 3i..vv niiiNhy mid! oflTer no ,retilstnnce I the Midland Railroad. .-- '

I digestive organs, nud I tlie oymers. de- ._ FVRNITVRE: ::: : \
not ---- - -' -"
spite their lenutheueil; rooking tire -
leathery. The amalgamation and ns- CASH OB r\LLIRNTH' :
Farming Timber nd 'l
a Citrus siinllntlon the variety of constituentsnre Bargainsln

l perfect; the result. Is bliss. ::1:1I
Para Ave. between lOlh sad llth Prompt Dellverle
I There 4.* H story' told of one eminent ;,'
() '
litterateur n bo. had seven helpings of : aH kinds of Real Estate. I t!

r Fruit Lands Orange the pudding! and<\ still yearned for more' Fire and Life Insurance and .l'{ .. -:= - .
-- -' --%-
and there Is another narrative Armour's Fertilizers. Rent j
I of four then who ordered a pudding .. -. ... . .. .
-- - -- '-' '- -- -- -
t -
and Rents
ing Collecting a :
I I of the regulation size and finished l lIt
I Specialty. Taxes paid for. Prepared any kind of work in '

Groves and City Properties t4 a ad' '. J.among.Plecpont and\them.Theodore Morgan Roosevelt praised the waji pudding delighted -- Non-residents. I JIIoHOn"" 0. full All work guaranteed.the State. I Prices_

-.. .---. ] 1 with It. Lord Beaconsflejd! bestowed R. O MEEKTKissimmee. reasonable. -r
I bill approbation thereon, and -
Write or call on Gladstone thought It far superior to his WelllOrillerEquipped Also prepared to furnish and install
I Fla. I
'. famous "three! courses." Dickens. deep well Pumps and Engines.
1 Thackeray. Meredith, Swinburne"; Ten ,

} D. WARING nyson. Trollope. Whistler Leighton Don" fail to get my estimates. All Contracts -
{ R. & CO.
Osceola With Tbe
Sain. Phil May-all sorts of the best County I Ailed promptly. -

of men of their day have fed upon the Best Cable Machinery j
MORGAN C. 1BRITT, Ocoee, Fla.
pudding! and It no doubt. helped to :i6-4tpd /
H State Bank Abstract
_. Building: I inspire Ibelr work. CompanyG.
. Apparently any cook can fashion It, .. -
Kissimmee Florida --
-I- I If mix It, Ox It. boll It. Let any cook try:
i it. Lots of cooks have tried It, but the P.
results have not been satisfactory.There ... _ I'VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES ,
was a man who once ran the Real eatateTitles

a ', -\ Old Cheshire Cheese, and In bis. day: examined: and reported 00TII.xes I
f- : rte for non-residents >
the pudding first achieved great : paid -
fame. When be sold the old hostelry Instruments relating to real estate VIA
.NNNNNNNN.O..OZ and took a house In tbe financial dill' carefully drawnCorrespondence'
; .
trlct he announced that the same pud I Solicited.TAILORING I
Act StaoMard Oil Co.. : ding\ -the same hi every: respect-would _( i ATLANTIC COAS'lLINE
-- - fi- =--
be served -
every Saturday.
,- Z !Many of the Cheese's (old patrons

.j, came around to celebrate. There was '

!. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable 2 tbe size but tbe aroma was wanting; FROM KISSIMMEE
there were the Identical mtterlals. but .

International Harvesting Co.ALLIN'aS the flavor was uot in them. It was not
Agt. the same not a bit of It. There was. but 121.45-KNOXVILLE, TENN. and Return. On sale dailyto Opt. 12th
few achieve
Is ai art .
something missing. It ba,. been Limit ten daYB.$2O.65ATLANTA.GA.
.: the shades of tbe departed great ones ANDERSON & BVNLJMDARtlNOTON and Return. Oct. 6. 6, 7. Limit Oct 10th '.

. Everything new and first class. We render prompt .and of a bygone time. And so( .It Is that $25,75-CHATTANOOGA TENN., and return, Oct. 10 and 11. Limit
today tbe famous dish of tbe Old Oct. 31. ,, ,
satisfactory service day or nigrht. Cheshire Cheese tastes as of old, and AV8. $25.05-RICHMOND, VA., and return Oct. 15 and 16. Limit Oct 25.t. JY
S''. ONE'HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER' DEPOT its devotees cannot be seduced by any Excel All Others in Kissinmmes Extension to Nov. 16.

r Phone designing Invitation baaed upon "Just1 AI_d....* BEST J21.65-NEW, ORLEANS LA., and return. \\Oct. 12-13. Limit Oct. 20, ..
S .-t Kissimmee, Fla. ? 113 ZI aa good' simply because there la nothing $31.60-CrNCINNATTI, OHIO, and return. Oct 6 and 10. Limit Oct 30.( '
just as good Philadelphia Ledger Cleaning Dyeing, Repairing 6.70-GAINESVILLE. FLA., and Return.
I ,. ,'.......................... $ Oct. 14th; Oct. 10-11-12 Limit

<4' i *,. Thoughts are mightier1 thin the
I : '. strength of band.Sophocles.. ,

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'. -;, -AL'WJWS. FOff SALE.OPE,: 4---_,; ._'._ ; STUDY : BOTH SIQESWill Notice I of Election.; ,, I, Notice ,of Electron. I ', .

Ofilc; BI'I/. bottajte "' ", :'Ii'-
and.Lot cOrp Te
. and yolnslcl! A venue. VtVhUj or In paru IJroadway the $brtftoiO.e.ole County Stoteof Florida: 'Wbe""tl1e;' Le,l lalur. 01 Jwou nnJer lh. I l enneth I I IBARBEA ':
Belt known that r.'H.: p. Bojlei{
Clay; Crawford. Beciw' : OouNtttuilon) ef p ? \
JKW r '
!j.... COtJ bacIi af.ciov .hotue. tary of State of th. ,Slate "of Florida de hereby I pa.tun>. Jol e th Btata ol Florida. did,',
nt '
- -------- - KvooluttuDR, proposing .
irania Crova on cUy .- Vive nollee that a General Election will/ be held In makts t* (tie ConHlltuUun o( tbe State .m.II"'I' 'v I "
\ Oaoeoui County Ktate of Florida, oh ,Ida
Tuesday neat ,bud tlie :

Ipujy to liTW. THUHMA. TheCrayston ;Hotel 1 1l. You r I succeeding-!1I. ,11I!<>, the aald Tueaday liNt Monday belnv the In November A. D> 1 I'j tliree-flfth cf.rue all the were roenjbsra)agreed! .to.lectatlto Iiy a Tots esch of I SHOPI .

Vote Against Are F hulltel that '}ta
You in; Favor of I EIGHTH votoa nn ssfil inlet RMHiliit.LtriK.were .
their rocpecUve lo't.;;;; .;

l. S. BULLOCK' I District r-.llep."batlve of Florida!. In the irom Slicty.Moond. tne"ifno Co..Io..1.Cunirrisaof mine with). yeaa and' JlrfcLthit anj pars thereon the laid, Joint and thee deter. 'Cold. Drinks.!! !, Ciar.s. . .., I

the United Ktaue. Resolutions'
local I .
| bo aubmltled I
Self-Govern- 1 For" to Ilia oloctori' of tha State. .* the..
.... State Central-- StalVof"1I1 ths Supreme< "cou.uf' \ the I tieuvral Election In November, 191U. .. Kissimmee, FI* '

HEAL ESTATE .* PoIQne Membi-r. or'ui-neu; __ j ? Ott. tlnT" furo,1, II. Cla> Crawford, tltter
of Jteurjewnt-J; !
: tary of/State for'Oie .
: <<
dtste of Florida,, do 1 1eT
hereby ,
atlvea of H
the State-of TkirMa. --- -- --- - '
1' -
| >e nu.-r.'lh. -------- -- ---- -- ,-
i' merit ? For Two Railroad Corntniwloners 011.1.. litate..t la-vnch l ..... a G."erallilentJOD: will be bold : .,
1 "
" Florida
INSURANCEExamination I ? Flu ld.... Tuesday next sueeenllnc '
11n4 Mun.liT In November HENRY
For County' Judge., A. D. T. BASS
l 1910>> the Held TuwnJ.r bringthe ,
eighth day of
Fpr Prosecuting Attornrr- ..
of .
Titles NoVi'jnlxir for tbe .
a r tlflc tlon
For County Anensor uf Taxes. "Hi or rejeollon of ...
Joint Ue..llIon.! DKAUCIt IN .
l"br Tea Collector Ipropuslnir' amendmi'nt" -
Read .

Specialty. for Yourself What See. flow\ th.e Aiiienders l-'or live County County VrtaeupvrFur CprnmlaMouers.| ida. ri.SKNATK.totbe, ronnUtutlmi of Ibl But'" of Flor I l Staple and( Fancy Groceries. '

the Present Law For I hroe Membt-ra of the County Board of I '
Correspondence: Solicited. Is! Want to Change It Public Instruction I j iNT' KE80UTION! pmiMwIiif

- I For Juntlce of the Peace In and fur the follow* AnH'inJnitUI" to Article XIX of tbo( Con titlou AND UOUNTKY PRODUCE

inn. Justice Uiutrlcts "ts.: Nos V and >a. of the "1-0".1 Florida. ltv-1a111l. to tb..1If.nll' .

For Conati>ble In-and for the I..Huwl.aotle.> failure and dale. or Other'
.I DI"l' l, of
IntozDealing -
W. S. HAPVYEU PRESENT CONSTITUTION .PintrlcUi. via.: Nos 1', 2. ah'I :. I Liquors or Il viy.|l<':'. KISSIMMEE,. FLORIDA .
I lie It ,
PROPOSWAMNDMLTT In llrnony vtlivrtiof.. I have hereuntoMt : rwolvwl by the'\l.t" of the HIMt u( -** ,

REAL ESTATE my hand and affixed the Great'I I Florida: ,
AI.TICLE XIX TO HE I 11.. S. I fit-il'; of the !-talV of Florida at TalluhuiiK Tliul Article, XIX ol lh; Cuniallulloii. i.f the 1-76

Notary Public at Large i VOTEJI FORLeso1ut.ioriNo.1) ...., ... I hi'. ('aultal. this the twe...- I Hole,; ul florlda I bv. ,'n.1 l th" name In ln-rebv. ---- ,

O"'co0' \.t>r 110btorS
-KISS1MMKK, FL.A.PHViCIAN H. I LA V t itA U7UY1UIISvctvUry., ] XJX. !Ajwll\ltn I. fh.l. ".,..(III..I n,l,._.CAI JEN-KTNS: ;
J Local I I '.InI I Mile bsrtpr... --'-- 'W .' ;
vf State tutcliauitc ul all
Option Intoxicating;
Tu I.... Iliiuort tin.l -
F l
'-'-- I I I ( ) | Pvatt.SIurilr Ix-veraKf*. ".Iu.thn spi ill noun.

i Section t 0.0..'"'". 'uunl,. viijutir, > molt. arc lnril.y f(.rv'vr prohibited. '
i 1. The
'ioiier board of county) curnj SENATE:: JOINT RESOLUTION 1'ro-j I I-l -1-' .- -:- liitbi-. Mlati' 01 Flo"lda. 1'Xi'epl alcohol for h"d. Surveying andDrafting ,- T
j rt"IJ of .
'I' .act. county in the Slate, i I JtUil m-li-nlfllr' or miH-lialilfnl IMirpilXm' ; awl .
not oflrnvr puHJug an airn'inlnn-nt to Article XIX An OrdinanceAn uln fur <
than once in Hacraiiu-ultil .. J '
w_ L. WIT I every two |I'iur| OHi tile Mil ,
I I ytar' ,upon:! the application of one-fourth. of the Constitution. of the State of I I I <,ri> ,
/ JWUfcMCC /'; ) StjIKo( :> of the rei(iHtered Jo'Jori<.la. relating to the Manufacture Sburt WelKlit I !<", and I'rovKlliiK I fur, theWclxhliiK shall r"IIIII..I"d.Ly> law. '
of uny county and Kale ,, or Other Disposal of 1'.11\1.) frimil suitable _
of Intox-,
'*. call and .
) .
' KlHBIMMKE.ricE provide for 1"010. llm ,
un election IteI vtjfort <*iii ijl tt
in / O altifd by the COUIK-I I of tbe dtv 01 the provision of 4
().' J'liona In. f' the icutinf Liquor or Uev..ragt'lJ.U. Ibla I DA, county in which Arilc-'c
application i is made K test inI4otttU"", OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL ..

to decide-whether, the sale of intoxicating it 'resolved by the Legislature: 'I 1 :No person flriti, oroi pftratlounianalucttr Svc. -I. This Artlt"'ull"' | of
W. W. CARSON D. liquors ) >iiK <'r lliii In ii-e, fI"ld..tufJulY. A. l) 1911. I
D. S. wines or beer hall, ) be pro the State of Florida: .. nut any agent KISSIMMEE. FJAflORIDAREAlESfATiifORSALf. ;
I hibited. ? therein or tupluy of Hucb ....roun. firm or corfKira.tii .
DENTAL PARLORS I Uie question to be. --- .
.uor any officer Much "'"'puraLlolI.ohnll I .
RIVERS BUILDING.I$ I determined by a majority yotexif. tliOBe. THAT Article XIX of the Constitution wit, or d.,1:}lver .hort.weill"l> Icitliat in to nay. A JOIN:< ICESOLUTION proitoMiug. Anitnilmvuu -

OVER O8CEOLA PHARMACY voting at the election called under tliis of the State of Florida be, and the Ice ul tt l.-... nvtght. than thequiintlly' piir
section, Titch flection shall be conducted .a/n. i"i hereby, amended so as to readas by the t-ouHiioior, wbclher Hu,'h mile tw made St t- of l"loH TO 12 ,, dlrrctly for vuluulj.t/ vuDnlderatiuu I'vjjarinieur. *- ' winter borne sites situated
erne* HOURS J 5 .o..s in the follows. nr bymiiauH "
TO e .u holding; manner prescribed... by ]law for of ticket, or othr evldenven of T..lnsble ll.. It K'-uolvc-d by tli" Legislature or the Mate In the Lake Region oj Florida. '
g..neral plecti 1''n.I; .
nH' f coiivldcratioiiSoctIoui of Florida..
-- Article XIX] Section ]I. The Trucking and Farming Lands in '
fft.: < THAT intoxicating liquors: either i manufacture ::a All titliold) l and tracts.
/& RIVERS D. I barter or exchange, i>f (lie -
/Al. 11 opirituouM) ) vinous or malt, shall not be corporation shall upon dfllvery to the purrliaser Couitltnliuu of the But of Florida. rslsi] ,
of all intoxicating liquors bo w..lK>ie sold in any election district whether by nellcr, or >>y thuKIMII Jutllc'larjr! Department, to be auinbrred PROPERTY!; A SPECIALTY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON( in .which a spirituous. vinous or malt are hereby, or employee of the seller whether Hiii.-h Hectlcn" 15, 40 slid 41 1 of laid Article V, b '",
Oflic Oaceola. I majority vote was cast against the same. forever prohibited in the State of Flor- delivery be made at the Helli-r't. factory or otherplace aud the lame are )h .rvl>J. agreed to and shall be List your property with me for quick .
over 1' at I
the ,
aid election. Elections under ftja alcohol of buainvSB, **r whether it be. made by submitted to Ibe lectun. of the- State at the sales.Kf ,

PHONEM'. t l slIeDce( 63 this section shall be held within except for medical scientific vaxonur other vehicle.tbe. scales to bufurninlnU ro&eral electian to b. held on the that TuendaT (

f Office( 148 days from the time of sixty r or mechanical purposes and wine liy the atflltr; provided aid Ice shall 'after the flrnt Vlon'Uj' ,Jn. Zi..v."obc, A D.1910. M RrPibAr&in .

I but presenting naidapplication II I for sacramental purposes; the sale of r not be so weighed unlena the pnnhaRer refttictiou f if
..1v.I, ,.. ._....... '- any. such. _election I which alcohol and wine for the Durnoaes qlleRtH It. Soc .19. Frem and flr tbe adoption of those 178 .
Dr. F/ G. Thomason -"--'-- u' 'Cuy UlKe p.ace Wilhin six.ty aforesaid shall be 3. violation ol the proymloni olUilst3rdltia.uc iinondmetfti tin '-'1'10110..1'ourt' of Record Jo l2. KISSIMMEE FLA. '
regulated by law.
days of /any State or National. ejection! ) kliall be punlnhed by a fine of and for Rscamfcia County iliall be known aa the "

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON it shall] be }held( "within sixty i Section 2. The not more than Twentv-flve Dollars, or byimItrlHoiimPnt Court of Rcrord In and for said bounty, and. In -
days dttr'any Legislature shall .
en- for not more than addition to their
Thirty Days or present' "
such State or National election. act suitable laws for the enforcementof bybolh .....h fine and Imprisonment 1'uonrt and UjeJixJue thereof jurisdiction, atinir Hie amid W. C. BASS .. .
Ot have In i
Phon 64 Eo.
ce Residence .
: 126.! Section
2. The Legislature shall pro- the, provisions of thia Article. Suction 4. All Ordlnanwn, or parts of Ordinances ytmbla count}. concarrroi with the Cir ,

vide necessary lawa to carry III conflict herewith be and the same cult Court otiwld. county and the Wholesale .
out and judge thereof and Petal ;
p/A. VANS AGNEW enforce the provisions of Section Section 3. This Article shall go into are, heroby repealed 1 the name original Jurisdiction of .11 other '.. .
one of ...
this Article. effect on the first day of July A. D. Read a first and Mocond time, and unanimously c. and matum. and Lh.f lame power aod authority - Dealer ir .

1911: passed In open ftexslou, this' 1th day of t..p.. to taaue all writs .. the Circuit(Court of If'I
-I I ATTOHNKY: AT LAW.. ...... jI j- tem. A D, 18IO. aid county and the judfe thereof excepting I. ,, ,
AtLeXI' ,
I capital!
This 0 ,
I' Means the Fresh .
I JIO".r.G
summon and iBeef
-- -
- AMD NoAApv PUBWC I I "w This Destroys J It UILHEHT T. ?i. RIVER! empanel grand ur.. and : .:

Clerk. FrtNldent of Council. Tbe maine rules of procedure and

KISSlMMEE.tLA Home Approved thlnL'Jud day of !itJJ>to..her, A. D. rlcrhli of trial ly judges litem and practice referees and .

t. -- 't Rule Home Rule I ItilO. T. M. MURPHY. which obtain In MAliT Clreult Court.. .h.iI.h., Mufffln ; -
((8 il
Mayorot. hp of --- --
DR. J. W. SIMPSON -..- -.- KI.Hlmmef. tolD In Mid Court of Bvcord. The Governor .
-- --- In
r- nay discretion, I
any one-of tag

DENTIST. ' Tie Citnis Whitefly mer.miscible Other oils spraying and solutions, suchas Notice- of 'Application) Sell' Real terms Circuit. or Judges part of of terra tbe BtaU of(aid lo hold Court ODe of Or Reoord.more PHONE ..;,: _. '

la proprietary brands Estate Boo. 40. The =
Upstair Kais l3Lldhig.riio Bu Preme Court of the But hall 4't (

aouaS' : I 9 a. m. to IJ m.; ID I may: be employed at the strengths Notice is heieby g1vi1hL4-lb.knderehgOed;;: baT0 appe'.ale' jurisdiction In all causes of : . .
r 1.30 J.o ti.30p, m. :: Fall of Year rec ommen ell'by the"manufacturers. Kxtoutors of Jhe laSt will Kndiestamenrof which Jurisdiction 1* granted to said Court of .' ,. .

1 Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. 1 n. As |feneraj' rule it la not best to, Perclval E. Lod....deceased will, make application -i prosecuted Record Appeals from and writs of error shall be C W: Griffin '

... aCKmpt to the Hon. T. MMurphy, County Judge t.heaaJd Court of Record to the ,
to introduce
... and spread fungus of UHceola Ouu"t,".'Stateot9'oriilaIn Probate, Supreme Cqiirt !I. accordance with the laws

M. W1L.JLSON JR., While the best tlm aI.JLi; ucing after the Summer rains have ceased. I ou Monday, the 24th day of October, 1910, silO and rnjoa, governing such prooeedlnfiram the ,

tbe fyateneaPMWMJe* of the After this time the fungi spread but a. in. on maid day., fur sn order l authorising the Circuit Court: to the Supreme Court .

Waaa <.FJ ??! 1* tfBrhng whitefly.fs little and ...1<,, at private aale by the said Executors too. 41All the provisions of tbe fAN.OY firnnfiriflsMEATS .
4 1T fc I.T the period of summe'r rains are of but little value in of the lob nod .111..... Conntltn-
one following described. enacted In . ". '
j of real estate, in said Oscenla consonance th... "' I II
STATE LARO.Rea1 tbe best checking the
AT J times to brood of larvae with .
spray :with contact then on I mint*. tA-wlt: pert.a.DI1I8 t/k the asiA tw> lw.l *'......a._M "
irsecticides l is during the fall. the leaves. Sometimes however fun Tne Kortnuawt nie accord and the oOeen thereof-'-- -- v. '
quarter-ui '
E.tate Spray :; I Norutpasi quar. Including the "----ANQ---r--
Agent. ing with contact insecticides can be gus may be introduced in the fall in hero 8ectlQn: Seventeen lu Townxblp Twenty. terms manner of olHea the appointment or eactlo. and lb. I -, p ..' }r \ .1 ll1 j

31MMEE. FLORiDA employed with advantage during Octo- order to give it an early start next air, south of Range Twentj-nlno east. sbsll and oonpcmatlonof sal llafflmn 'Fnl3s :
PaLed apply with/ Ilk. effect
at KiHslmroee. Florida. this to the '
21-t maid
hey dsy of Court
and spring
November. Do not should favorable conditions/ of heeded -alid! tk.
begin to September" A. D. 1910 officers thereof .
H. D. GEIGCRAttorneyatLaw spray until ten days or two arise at that time. The writer provided bf theme amendments. exoaptM ', .
week. C.
after has as U. A. LOVER.T The present > ..... J. I
I the whitefly has quit. or nearly quit late at Oc'tober. successfully introduced ."em.n'. TrUst Compa.ny I be officers the of said Criminal' Court of Heoord shall. ., ;t" ,W'' w
flying. By that time the eggs deposited fungus which, resulted in an effective A Executors of the laHt will and testament of charge. the of said' Court of iteoord sad dis '.' ; ,.
Perclval U. Luther decmacd. and reoj". the Dflliverv Kv.rv flaw at Ann TTnurlPatronage .".i '
' State Ba.k ttidcCissimmee by that brood will/ have hatched. It growth by the middle of the next sum- f. A. of the rwipoc-tlveoflBces the noluraenu .. .4I \ .
VA 18 A6EWAttorne7, .L_._ until azni,>.tl>n> ..r '"
I is the young l larvae that mer.I u> "r p..ellt KTIUS --- -- I Solicited '
: are most easily ---- - --- 01 cnuce. rueS I i
Florida - salary
-- of .
- the ,f -
!killed; Kv mid-winter the8e. Thoee who have I Juilrsof laid Court: o.Bcoord shall 1 North '
larva been
I depending te ewe Kissimmee .i>
thousand ..11) :
will have fungus upon Notice of Attachment Ova!hundred dollars a yea!. t hon.llo. I : c. .
developed to to check pay
the the
fourth able
or whitefly and have Slate of Florida I quanerlj by the County of Eaoambls, .... : : .
LaeLJA ................... older stages, and are not then so easily allowed a cover-crop of come kind to Oaeeote. County I, may .be incroasod by the Legislature and ,

destroyed. .In addition to the larvae grow tall and. ink in order to help In County Judirs'a Court. -' From and after lb.e&plra,... of the term of .---r-----. -, 1

(M. TILLER .Steal S- being i i larger and stronger! in winter, funguB growth during the period of To Detroit. 3oat Company. Detroft, ..Ich....... Court offlMof the (> _nt JuJf. the Judge of said .

the spray employed I rains should y.u... hereby notified that a Writ Of Attach-, of Beoord shall bold bis office for four J
be less cut this ..
Estate Agency. ive because may effect- down and use it -'v haa been Iaoued ...Inot....... IOIIId ...... _n.__ wear Artesian Wells (} I
of' the cooler weather. a* a raujcn, or plow n under as soon aa .rty attached to satisfy the- demand--- --of-- A. J. .

The advantages' of spraying for the it is evident that the summer rain Orlfflth. amouBtinc to fifty dollars. JOINT kXIIOL17T\; Proposing an .tm.Dd- ___

Pealty.bou.rht and sold: r whitefly early in the:. all are: have ceased. Otherwise this caver- Mow unites you shall appear before T. M. Mur meat to Suction Thlrty-oT of .Artiola V of DRILLED ANY DEPTH ; ,
County Judge of said county. In and for the Constitution of .. '
:1. The said Florida
latvae crop may extract sufficient aeJaLfDIr .
to Ks
louses young and moisture '
easily oouatyc at his
rented. offiee at K leahnmee. en the 8d day tabllsbmenta of Courts. .
Tazes paid and Titles ver- killed.] from the' BOil to prove disastrous; to of Octo_. 1910. at 10 o'clock in the foraneen, Be It Resolved ty the Legislators of the Slate Let Me figure With You ,

2. There the trees and fruit. Growing judgment will be rendered acalaat Florida: ,
lefi! for non-residents. f are few rains to interfere vegetation -, ron and yourDated -
with nVfiviniv nf nil Irinrla gives off IAPCTA Pil1M1't.7 oal4to PIIF the debt. I T.battlie: following-amendment" I r Guarantee '
Fire Life and Accident In- -- ntiAnfl..--... to Section ThJr Satisfaction' ''7'J :
; this 1Mb day of tj-flrs of Article '
"' t. A. V of
ti of D. 1MO. the -
es water through CnastltuUon
I, its leaves. This of riox ..
&. The larvae Ida la ---J .
.jice. are killed before they H. D. ()ElGJCR, horoby atn.4 4o and shall ba .
Indemnity Bond wax fat the I water Is absorbed from the soil by the 'M-tf Attorney for and submitted,to proposed -
.!:,. on trees, and so do not roots of the Plaintilf approval tbaclsctors of the BUI* for H. N. -
I In this rejection
drain cover-crop. at U.
the trees way next '
---- - _.w. wL.YIIJ _... are not so long as when they i the moisture of the soil la depleted. Notice tion hereafter, that la tossy, said Section This elec BRATTON'.e, ,
sprayed until
winter. ly-fiT
During the period of rain., when there Notice la hareby given to all persona holdlruT of MId ArUcla abau be amended so as to 1 -:--- : ,- ,
read ,
If there is not claIms or d.IIIaTh4IiStaItI1 ag follows: c,
sufficient whitefly is superfluous soil e estate of Ifann -- ---- '-- .
in moisture the cover- C. Oliver deceased. preaenttlMsania. Bee 84. Ho court other than -' -Ii.'i ,

IZOB looting presei.t of the.the fall to produce visible crop can da no harm, .and by bringing theaticatod. to the ....... .-. within; duly two an- "Jialt be emab1Sib.4lo this Slate Benin except sped that Bed r w">s) 'a'e>.easjea'e e)< -
trees '
.: spraying-may be up moisture from the soil) it adds to -the yean, aa prescribed by law, otherwise the same Lefhletore may PravId. for the creation, I f True Turinr-A-iafcrtr !
joetponeduntilwItter; when of moisture will be barred and all eetabllihment of such
course of the peraona indebted adilltlonal Jndlolal

a stronger insecticide must be used. grove. which is an atmosphere advantage in the _tala.... K Hhw rmmilvi il tM .neimli U*_ _10.--1.1_to laid__! 'I"cutt.a. ..,. I....... tilDe- In,- "_,n____ >.__u__._ a_ _u .
to the :
Having aprayed tboroulrhlv n _at_ tha..._ friendly fungi. aetUement with the undersignedAugust and easai7and cuofJrmatloa foribe appointment by the Governor TIMESUNION ,
tine above 13th. 110. bj Jht Senate of adilltlonal _
noted.l, it will not be ; oult )
necessary ClrJudcu .
Should the fungi FRANCI811C' oNALD OLIVER tlicrafor, whoa, urms of Tb.
not have office
Real Estate to spray again before spring. Ten the whitefly sufficiently checked Executor ef the Last Will and Te.ta.meat and h..and. ttueraJ jarladkellan shall l be the same you' (by TinasUnionwill mall) the sand '. '
by Octooer an rln Tneedey aid
days or two weeks after the or of Nannie C. . urovkied tor tbe Circuit '
spring Oliver d. .... Judyas herein Tbus-adar
the ) of the ,
brood of'wbiteHieB have quit grower should not hesi N. C. BaT AN. already provided fur, and nayclothe) : . daily, ,
swarming tate to 4-gt BaU oad Oommlnlea auy tOGe.I.DIac.aIl....... feetaree, '
(that is, by the time the eggs have spray with whsje-oi) soap or Att'y. in Fact for Executor. all IItUt r'. with judicial .powers In very lasses market repoets tad
other connected '
.rVsSIMMEE. hatched), the spray may be applied insecticide .. previously Notice of Master's Sa.le. their office> with the function> of, ( .speciaf: epertoasMits devoesel to '
Spraying solutions I -'- a'tchsso' horticalMre. pool .
effectively. recommended -
FLORIDA Notice is l I try, etc.OffB __ . .
for hereby gives that under Tha vote -
Qar controlling citrus -diseases aod by virtue cart in compliance 5
experiments show that -90 to. 96 should not be used in wliiteflr-infested vf a Final Decree .Issued out of and under the posed amendineiila, an .) tba with aald pro. I t*
por'C\Qf caavaea, I TKAB '
Seal f
f Circuit deoUra-
the the QNB
Court POLUa.1 '
younger larvae (up to grove.-E. B. of the Seventh Judicial I ttona and returns thereof rhajl be ,

|W. THOMPSON the tbvAened, condition of the fourth I Iatage cultural Experiment Berger Florida Agri. Onmty Olnvltof ofo.-la.lD'C'lIa the State of Florida mend for the the same recnUtlaua aDdr1otl tobjaclad_ as are Vo !i ..-........... .....:o.c "'

) \Av: been Station Press arttlns' In provided by law for
readily )kiled by 1 'Bulletin No. 166.. talneaiue theswha ...... ... waereia X. f. Base er-ismndenlarned .tekol e __4.i_ general electloos. In tile ,I Ila I --

pound whale-oil soap to 6 gallons of -- -.t.. .... Ts.. ..Sor.oea.----- .-. .-aas-__... ..L._ teatlaoa ..11.....". I have hereunto .. : ; u
water. Solution. aa dilute .. 1 I Special Master wi* hand set
pound ffer for eel on mr ned sBzad the -
to 9 'gallons of Nobce tfceOret Koodar taNeveaaharv. A. af Florida, tiraat Baal of the Biala Spring F1cfflIng l f :
I FUNERAL DIRECTORftjCENSED.EMBALMER water have! given good Q. 1'10. ... Tt/ "---. tba Capital
aasaa beiaa the.... uus .
Notice ; .u. day af said. twentr-Dftb .
results. U :;
Failures saanth. of .
to get good results hereby given that the reg the Wai hoorauf sale, .. urine Joly. A. II). It!' .q
Dd in fIl may hat. been due to cooler istration books will 'be open at aty rinse Homes .aeor. la the City. ., ..'....af_the. U Cemrt. (Baal) B.OLAYClJA.wroao. CLEANING'- ft'j.. ':
said / :
weather'at the time of application of business irem. 9 a. m. to 12 m., and CenatjrafOanesls. the 'cJKwtacdeeerfbed. , , sVaoratarraf, ..... ', .i"'
since from 2. --... to 0 .... / PRESSING !
most liquid. are Jess penetrating p, m. 'to C p. m. daily from Camatr.ta.wttx. Lot 1'ef black .. ,

and less active chemically" at lower August .lit until and Including IMef ,tM 1-- Of 8..C10od. as.orHLa. ta the Notice to Creditors__ I DYEING i : %4 '
fteaMfaala NottM
K tem ratuea.. It 8th; and in the October taws.filed and reaermed smnas llu is bmW hraa to......... Lain sad 'l\ I )u'i ,,
Oppoait Cottrthouse"i therefore yarfeoa! pnblle alstrlbntsas REPAIRING ;
election isiaraa
appear product e6 saM Cooatr.. ef ta,aatata ., . .4. '1,
Tenatfjat aalav Taaapla A, htuui. ,. ..... 7) j. .
desirable from '
to September d== ,
pae whale-oil soap stronger 6th until Octo fJl; tbs1rI have bean aprI.es4 -i 1' .

..U"'r .- I iD the fall than i to 6-*ay 1 pound te 4 ber'8tK., .Tune and place will be deaur.nated EsludO.tubue'4ti. . 111" f s-so,,1 lbe4bos.ansas& esiale. and sdal.&W$ '., Y' 'j; ;r' A

gallons of, :''water- when bjr District HegiatratW -. THULthOEGLW. -.\ ,piussle elaisas...... "'. .. Leai.worttarm7boue"aia4G1 tt'
ttbiC' :
'FLOXUXA except ,. the :: ; .. Offcera.r : .. .. -' ...... ........ .. wsesst .....1 Jru.; ... 11811,._ j.IJ1". ....4 ... r II.. ,. .

L temperature'..-'. -. ..'. approximate H. ,aunt'. Oat'-'J;; L'*" )'in' ,<;l'_*, .L.,_. kCyW.jGaWn.1." 'I.i !1 ".,< ., "f.A1If.4Gf".I! \ :.I-- s-- . I wMhia lImm the. .... presailnaa. Vy.7 . ..... :t .;....d I\>\' ,;. .10".. ..... .. \.;' ;" ... .., :'11.! f:9=-- ".. .
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I. o' I II I, MIsCliil HI COU8' (Continned) .c.saaat.aass.aaaa. sasa.a( .?i ssaaaa, a asasa '
% -
Classified l Advertisements .. -- -'; ". S
CRENSHAW BROS.. Seed Company & : \ '

? .,' Tampa: ; Fla., have fresh seed; ,30-41 .

;t I _y ", "_ AdvgrUaemente: : are Inverted per line under each insergon.'at. the rate 1 sf of 'S o.t.. 'FRESH- dies Exchange.BREAD either.and 'Cake at the' 41-lt La1 i L: : For 4 the next. 30 days we.will'seU; '*) z ::

IF you rooms or to .. .. 69V rl
'; rent list t; them) with Downing. He .. ,,11 :i
: I" will, find .:;
f : :_, you: .SALE ROOMS{, AND HOARD you-a. renter- -. ,. 41-tf.' .. .. ' ",

'FOR SALE-Four good l mule.| J. W. ROOMS Rent-Apply to Mrs D. ,,, U while N'T they jiaglect are In your schoql.children's Fqr headache eyes. '

I Miller.{ ..29-tf _.M. __Breaker__ , _. ... 81-tf, \9 I weak eyes or eye .ataain{ see Dr. iS , "
: ____ .u. -- - -
.__ Iru ; : J
- O' Hotel. 37tft ,
rooms David optician, Park R.N ITU RE[
ALL-KINDS of material for fancywork FURNISHED with Ward i i- at *

yr i I . at the Lmlie_Exchange.__ 41-lt 31---Mrs.. W.' W. Saund rs-, 'Park- -St.-- t GUARANTEE every word I tell you ,

i . I 'abou 'I- lorid to but the absolute truth
BOAUDERS wanted Mrs.
PRENTIS sells\ Kimball and or Alvy I .
and will! refund
. .' l Home accommodate several with your money jf you "
gans.; See him at The Store.URENSHAW can persons i comn" her at my solicitation and find "
a -- - board and) room at her home \m rear
( it pxherwige. S. W.
Downing Realty
BROS. Seed Company; of schoolhouse, or. board without I I I .
1 ., TampaytFla.. have fresh seeds, :3'J-lt room. S4-tf I I ieaier-Kiseimmee. Fla. 37-tf I

.. CHOICE--'CITY LOTS'-for-,--sttle tit low-- YOU CAN get three w>od' meals I{I WHEN visiting; St.. Cloud our Kissim- I IROSS ,

(. for {I mee friends are invited to make their I. "
prices. See or write 11. Fleming cooked by lw..t northern Ok at
I parll ulara. 4<0> tf Transcjpnt. Restaurant lt"tx>iitoflirp headquarters with the St. Cloud Drug -
y for 2!>c anh. Sort orders Co. All the' popular drinks can be CQST-AS. }
t FOR bargains in resident property, xtra. 41-tf had at our .soda fount: 'and our ice{, .
truck lands and orange; grove call on" 'F- I I cream i ii the b.est that can he made. .

H: M. Breaker K aHlmmee. Fla. 4tfI "F\ltNISIII-D) rooms for light houso- '.

I.HAVE for dale-several; nice' pieces--of keeping, nice clean and airy; for rPJlt IF YOU dps. ire ,.to purchase building '

clone in and long; or short terms. ; no drinking, I lots home farm orange grove or

desirable.residence property S. W. I Downing. :37 very-tf (gambling or any immoral conduct al- I other properties in this section of s .' '. ;
lowed. Mrs. 1''. G. Thomason. Old Florida it will pay you to call or writeme '

FOR. SALE Cheap, 1-2'acres row- Opera HOIIBP. 33-tf before purchasing. I have for REMEMBER: Nothing Charged. Anyone at these Prices ." I'
for sale Borne of the most desirable' property .
good proposition hay or '
peas; .
seed N. A. Clay.! 41ftpdSALE MISCELLANEOUS: ., in county which we offerat 1
very t InrW prices and a great portionof I -

F.9R ,-A good gentle hay mare it ia. offered on extremely easy .
andbuguy. Inquire of M. ('.-Brock, at WADE .the tuner Orlando. - terms. If you 'an' the I'
the Park hotel. 3tf: with North that you cannot readily sell) at 1
LIST realeslate, Downing. .. ,
your .
--- .. --- _. its value if you will advise me thf .
FOR choice I 5 acre suburban home PICTURES framed, at the Home Store. class of property you have and the.
tracts see Kissimmee Garden; *. J. M. class of property you desire to purchase -

.' Willaon. Jr. 2Q-tf; CIO to Wililer'H Studio for' fine photograph in this .section it is possible f

SALE- -' *. ;38tfCRENSHAW that I can effect arrangements to GRAVESSi
FOR Twoa4-acre orange irroiusa- make agreeable xchang"s. I .solicit
'.i mile of [(. R., with truck land; also (fiROS. Seed Company your business and assure. you legitimate .

t "j city property. Guice A Bratton 422tp Tampa Kla., have fresh ......<1.39.oit! dealings. R. D.: Waring. 36tfJEFFERSON'S !
-- '--- - -
k' FOR SALE-20 acres of good land in- FOR fresh. fish phone the Rull Baas =-.J - - -

*;ide! city limiU.. Will -ill nt It bargain Market, N... 18'). 19-tf ----..stn.elvesann.-- n4rV.V.v. (Ilalnantn---- --arXaTNaWarN.aL j
4 if taken at once. S! W. (Downing PICTURES. Y VVVVVVVVVVVV" -- ---" VV '-'- '--Y'

I1. in Opera House blo k. :J7lfI HOMEMADE: Pirklos and Candy at' . : VVVT t
r ---- -- ---- -- --
the I Ladies Exchange. 11-lt) A Wonderful Landscape Paint.d Entirely "
I FOR SALE-5 lots in E. >L. L..8WY\ From Unparalleled Q.n.reiity.; "
i'' ; Addition 'to L Kissimmee, !>Ox Itll: |feet. FOR dressed poultry. phone the Rull Imagination. Town- Councilor-Have you h fnnl.

";, Apply to Jas. M. Johnston ,deputy Baas Market No. 119.! 19.-t1 Marvelous wore (the products of JofI Mr. Rktnfllnt that our generous. l townsmen o. c.: .Z.cLhA ITT .
clerk circuit court. ".' -tf -.. --_ '- mon's luKplrntiou lieItnd created! ; :

FOR SALE A number of .full blood: Red! cockerels. watches and clocks repaired., 2M-lf: portray forest .W area. with I troetmnkiof Of a new promenade nil nrr iin comb Rhode Island
..6 months old. Price, $l.Wt) each wonderful ..Iz... In ncc-nrato military town? We- think wonlthy mAil i like
.pply to J. E. Whitman. :37-!>t-pd REMEMBER Downing, tells both sidesabout formal Ion. Old mills were a favoritesubjnrt j ;yoprscl/ might also do something for ,, :
1 < : .. .__ Florida. Write, him for farts. hll'
tt- hf ---- -- with )), c |>e('tally old SnllN us. I. GROCERIES I .I' ;

FOR SALE Twelve acre orange and fresh. "Tat and, fine, at the with wilIer wlivcU. nod In some of his I Sklnflinr Well, whnt do ro"1 arty I..

fV grapefruit grove; about three, miles MUTT.... Market phone 19.!) 19tiAGENCY imfntliiKs h<* nclually ncr.ompllsbed( tileImposHlblo. of oak treeH"1 \
from Kissimmee, on railroad. Wilt my giving you n pnrk Jf
t f for t I.> nil Inlonls mid pur-| lienil' FRESH AND PURE e
II. imlilo
fell Address W. Town Oh -
at a bargain. tjouncllor- yon
;: ; of the Whitist
v Arnold Kissimmet': Fla. 41-lf at the Home Store. Phone I.r I r:;-J.Laundry |M>.HOH ho NUf..1 i In innktiiR the WHter -.l ed phllnnlhroplst, \\'hy, do j.m renll.v I FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city. Prompt and'courteous attention. d j jT.LII.HC
r\iii\ uphill Thla baring boon NlIIM!
- - -- mean to- ,
>N. .C:> '0"
rt FOR SALE: One team of horses, WOOD per strand $1.25, five strands to bin attention by nn ovprc-rltlcnl" SklnBlat Yes, yes; I'll make the -- -- - -' : '
i single weight doable and each are gentle Work I I *5.75. Kmsimme-e Lumber Co. 2I-tf friend, Mr. Jefferson rel.4l'ollIt,1 l that he town n present nt nn onk forest t You. : tir
or ; ijtod -
.' was well pleased with I the result .for I will
have only la find the land', nil:
set double harness two-section: liver JACOB IIANNIHA IUi; ER--' Bicyclesand j
I harrow; one sow, wagon and cultivator. Sundries, Orlando Fla. .U-10tpd: "fow" men-rould 'have ncconipllRhedIt. supply you with! as many: noirn n t<

J. L. Lindley Kissimmee, Fla. -- -- - -- - I you may want for .seed -fJerninn )tag
f Box 72ti. 41hpdFOR ''"T your property with R. D. Waring \VliPii president of the Players club. ailnc.: : 11

I & Co. for quick sale at State Bank a position) 1 In.* held for aft many years 1 r / New Shoe Store /$ -4 4Ladies'

$ SALE-- lM) ) acres fine hammock building. J 23-tf before his deiilh., Mr. Jefferson presented Old papers for sale at tht I oltire/ ,

4 and muck land, with some heavy pine i to tin' dub n LlrtPIon"88! ef 20 cents a hundred.
stock of Gun,
timber on tract; 20 acres in cultiva- JUST arrived-bijf Leggings -
his own. If tinwriter remomhers correctly
-4R lion ; 100' free ready for plow; two I Hunting ROBS Graves.Coats. and Ammu-36OFFICE then wits n pond' In the foreground '

lake bearing beach.o. ange Laid groves. lies;; t opposite miles St.of I,, -.i.Uon.- with rushes. u tumbledown Notice of Application to Sal I Reai Gent's and Children's! Shoesi ti

fixtures, filing cahinejsand and rather theatrical Estate.
house and it Large. ,
Clou on East Lake near Ililltard'I I labor devices of all kinds. HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE :I
saving ,, . .
Island. Apply to Jan. 'M. Johnston, '' looking" forest; all painted. the Notice U hereby lI'v..n 'that the inl-i nnl l.
Yawman & Erbe make. See: Prentasat .
deputy clerk circuit court. 3.3tft : artist honfltcd.. In the dead of winter ..arirnintHtrator of the -Mnto, the Home Store.FOR 1U his own sitting" room 'and entirely mines. drcr/uoeft. 'will mole MPIII| ..m 'In' the. I aad YouT :,
-- ------- -------- - BMARSH
desirable 1\ Honorable Minor 4.> 10Rt,.. Juii> <- ,,f'tnv Gin nit See & WHIDDEN
% FOR SALE-Ten of the most \ ANY kind of metal from his 111I1111811011.Vbpn, It was
t especially Court of Lhe County of 0. of Kissimmee at
Iota in the town exceptionally roofs, use. Black Pearl metal paint. first displayed on I the walls-for of .. "I. No.emlrer. '
"I.. Monday. the ITlli" il *
and on
low extremely
prices Graves. 34-tf course. noue of the bid gentleman'sgifts ;. I ,..rter..1' STATE BANK BUILDING
tl 1
easy terms. If you desire. to purchase I I rl'Culloo-1t attracted 19IO, tten "o'clurk m. 01' loon "
was ever '
the mosfdesirmblu building lots 'tho application can Iw hranl. f oo' ." order au
DOWNING pays all your expenseif: "tmfcu" attention. and-'OtU- day Mr. Jef-: ,
!you should not delay calling on me at come here tit his solicitation and thorlr.ltiH me.i Mid .dm'nl.'ro""n' at pub- .
you ,
I i 4' / once for particulars concerning thee find that he .misrepresented. fersou, being In the club seized a lie ale,all of tM land* l
above mentioned lots. t.nings. 41'tf brother member, wb happened to be situated In OaceoU county, mid :Mate, towltI I --.NaN.NNNNNNNN.NNN.NWHAT. ........... 1

11 ,36tt ; R. D. Waring ... ...... .. ,?..... a man wnoM9 pictures In'J on more l j'i.7 YOU have a roof that needs painting ; : than one occimloti won prizes In the South Half (O ii) .of Section twenty-.irht (lII). IT '.MEANS I :

'" WE have a car load pf .No. l-.four-inch\ Black. Pearl _metal paint Is the salon and stood him before hIs own Township .Twenty flv), <;e1')..a.uth. *f j Ran ge yTwenlfnlne ""' : > tMKMilft/ fin not know what a Balik'' ."CapItal! ijfnt. or the : .. b.. _
1 terracotta sewer pipe on hand which right thing for this climate: Ross mosterplocc. "Now: I wont) you to tell eat,',,",Inll (nabs s Xtj'e"t"Fourth,. ,' VI, :reweeu a bank of little| or no rnnlttl end one with a larV-i!aaplUi7 al""r ". '_: i ;

we will lay at 15c per foot as .soon as Graves. 34-tf me." he onld' frankly with his child-\ (!,) of slid section: i A lfAXKK' 'CAPITAL AND ilU tPt.r... :
the Council decides what Alm-Blm-ki I 1. H. Jand K of R. H.:P. j '_ .. .. :
City upon = le l n e fundhsi/ thnrif.n li ,.
pmiert i
> < from I '
i "whut >n "- h >r fnr. -
style traps and bends are to he used. I THERE is no country to good but it like nod dellshtful; smile you luMltinn to the. town ot KI..loomClty. accnrdintr ..or.......'.-, prntu.ii.. ... liu. .tepnV, inn. h. ... I'ii.hsn5 ',.s4 r< :: I u the : .

.f. and they give us leave to rroct-ed has its bad aide Hud nq country so think of It I to the iiUt Til",d in the ''Ivrk'a OHc in .mdcounlF. r7 -..' '..,,11111 "r p, .rr ?, :
f ', with the work. Live and. l let live. bud hut it has its good atiie. My motto ""'.-11." replied the ,jut lnter. rc-i>on( f'..the filing and f.rilinK ..f l<.. -: -I'\" ' ,'. lO "'.1.) J.<<
The Pioneer Plumbing :Shop: II. Edmund "Tell both sides." Downing the log to tin pri'ssiire" on Ills. arm. '1'1 AUo the followinvdeMcriboil 1 Ikndnin 'MiitHh, >i.ouRh -_ 'Nn.Rb"lol..r.' Unh! 119"\' ,' -- -- '.,1I10' ..- _-" ,

1 Swabey Proprietor.. 40-tf Real Estate. Man :37-tf! I like to hnveoiix hjing nR wel! as that. t-ounty. State of Fi'rida.Inl : A..I'of '-11\/)1", -- )- -" *' :
-- ;
And tin old U'Mitlenniu air lellKhte I in Block -' of Eldorado .Sub.1 iv''.....>n. : .
AN intelligent person may earn ) ThiS mca" that wp miutlrm.-n-" I i i '*) before<>.ir. depo ltorii could lone a *
r. FOR SALE-Fiftpt.'n-a..r" farm uix- monthly rQrr..o""d"j; f.r '--I Diirlnj IllII t, Chile that picture I Imulcted laMt 9. 10. I I I. Block I of Coal: Nebra.kaHeJKhts -- cent. Thla rotootton| In for VOt'. J .
rOom cottage and outliuihlin, ", pou'-h'' r rO'j' 'ubdiviHlon.Ij.U .,
I orchard and strawberry patch; goad: p per ticulars.. No Frets canvassing Syndicate norid B 2215 par-: ; whenever Mr Jpffc-rton entered the . V. 10. I 11.i UI""Ak;!! 2 uf Kant: . ...... i STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE t tor .
4 "Ij land for or trucking on -,
orange grove height "ub..IIvlolon. -
.1 : I I Lock port. NY. Club lie WKiild! niMiineo: to nmneiiverftlnmelf = :,
'it. which an Independent living can be Iota). 5. fl. Block: of Fast Nebraska 'HeiihttSubdivUlon. = ''tiO.\IMMeti.: . t= ..
- LORIpA '
ID front of It. r..jtllr,111I11' It (1\\
made; also eight head of cattle, fifty ANYONE can start mail :
household etc. Location anywnere front nil .aldp' and angles ami, hardly C. A. tA It..o:NI'reaMeut! J''HN !M !I.EBVIcePnMlileiit S. CARSON I
tt,; chicken, good, order business at home. No canvass l..ll9 in Block I of East: Tampa ubdivuiion. ,
.. + mile east of Haines City. evjr did! n'' pli'tun; rei-olve so much : Cannier ':
I one lot 5 In clock 01 Aibury Park S.fbdivini.m -
f . ing. Be. your own bos*. Send for free -.............. ........... ............
Reason for aelling, advanced age. Ad. booklet. Tells how. Heacock A 214-1 praise and fto littli criticism as ihat Lot Min Block "H" of Randall'a Colle.e Hill \ .........................., I l

'., dress .Tudnon Jacob owner Haines ckport.. N. Y. marvelous. Inndscnpiu.-Jume3a arnes Subdivision.
: City Polk County Fla. 41-tf In Iliokuian. Dat4d KUaimine. Florkla., A [>. t
1 .,' r WE sell ;: f--;;;; .
\ i ' . I can your orange grove a reasonable 1'1" -- -- -- r
price on short no clLi..t !Alvned. Cr. PREVATT
The Refrain. I
: FOR RENT with us and allow us a chance to verify A. adminiatrator of the estate of C. A. Cum .
'I Bachelor'-Before the wedding: TOil ..... .......
this statement. It.)>.Waring&Co. mln. d"" Fall
I Up-to-Date
: ; l- DWELLINGS foe. rent. apply to M. Til told me that tuarfted life would be one J. I.. MOON. Attorney. Styles in. .

'' ,. ler.FOR. SEWING 'Machln' ;-"Agency for Singer grand, sweet song. ..C
-. .rr": ". machines. Cash or Maste'r'sSa!!!: ,
\ ----- "" --- --- -- - on easy payments. Benedict (gloomily)-Yes. andsince Notice of
RENT-Nice furnished rooms. 93.00 per month. Machines rented' then I have found It Is one Ertfiid. t
; The Home Store. 21-tf Notice U hereby given that uuder and by virtu.
c Apply to Ute Ladies Exchange. 41-lt sweet-refrain. of a Final De.of P'o..u. laauett. out of
# .
e. FOR RENT-Nicely l furnished: room ALL---WHO-desire- to take instruction Bacbelor-Retr810 T and 'nd.rtha Heal.. of'the Circuit Court of th. PUT GOODS; SHOES HUTS. COPS HUD $HOTIOHS O Oi ;. 1'

in water colors and painting a"re requested Benedict Yes. My wife laslita thatI !Seventh" Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, ,
I' Back of High school, white house. "
'I. 40-4tpd MM Sadie Beelman. to call on Mrs. S. D. Ferris refrain from cards refrain' from in and for" Oaoeola County. in Chancery Sitting

1,1, instructor in those arts in Osceola .m ltl1ur and refrain from the club. In certain eauae therein pending wherein N.

FOR-RENT-Several nice office rooms High School. ,on Tuesdays./ Wednesdays London Answers. F. Baas la complainant and John Sarapaon Ia defend -
in Fraternity Hall. Apply to C. W. Frinays and Saturdays in the ant., the ud.rsigned l. aa Special: Muter In. 4
27-tf northwest corner room, on' the first Large desk blotters tor sale at this Chancery wlllell at public outcry during the '
Dann, Secretary. houraof.... before the Court HOUM door. My Stock is more *
v I -.-- floor of the High School building. The office for I'') cents.Horses leiral I I complete
SEE Downing for. thing want in first; instsruction will be given the In the city o' KW lmmee. In aid Oreeola County.ouMonday *
a any you private class Saturday the 8th. 41-lt the 7th day of November A. D. 1810. this than 1
the real eatate line. No matter how season ever before
--- - the fvllowini deaeribed real state. altuated Ina.std
little or how biff it 1 Is, .he can supply BATH TUBS with and MulesI '
.L -, - prices, fixtures from Oaceola Counfy:
'. -you.- - --- "- 41tfUNCIhFjOI $21 to S37; marble lavatories, $22; en- Lot IS-'Block l6-Iof' the Town. .of St. Cloud.seoo.dinrtothep1stetaidTdei ., jd Quality and prices Right f'I
ameled $20 to $22; closets with tanks I ., tfledand.Isorded I
LA HIRE-Partiae wishing and aeats from $10 to $28; enameled among the public recorda of laid county. I ITerma
-to go on the lake either for sinks drain J
with boards 91ft; galvanized of..U-Caah. i 1 tl
business! or pleasure day or night. iron 7
$3; enameled iron sinks
i Dated October Hh. 1t10. at Ktulmmee. t'lorl-I
ran he accommodated by applying to with without '
I or backs bath easts | ARTHUR E. DONKGAN.
J. M: Hansel to AM! racks: tuiodveis fo tube, ,
1 Special Muter In Chancery
f' '1 I I pt...; galvanized! iron pip, black pipe P; A. VANS AGNEW I' C. W. DANN
week month
FOR rent by the day or good assortment of tin. Examine our MoIIeIIAr for 'omplalnant. ,
'>veral nice new rooms all newly goods and compare our prices with ,,
furnished,hot and cold water in each those of other Florida towns WE I _
'. free bath prettiest part of town LAY NO. 1 SEWER PIPE AT 15C Notice of Application to Sell Real

overlooking the lake. Good meals PER FOOT. The Pioneer Plumbing l Estate

can be had near. Call on or write to Shop Orange ave., Box 625. 41.t(
S. W. Downing Kissimmee. Fla 87-tf Notice 1. hereby given that the iinilcnlBned.,

'"" . WHY pay rent'wnen you can own a : M Administrator of the estate of Walter Baas. ,

T' home. Why spend your money for I "'r., "-"*"' .will make application to the Hon.T. . MONEY LOANEd 1 f
-WANTED. soda water./clgars and such things'' M, Murphy, County Judge of Oooeala noun

; J' , that you realize aothing from when' I will arrive in Kinsimmee: aboutj ty. In the But of Florida, on Monde the 24th .

.; ",}: "'" : WANTED-To exchange doable barrel you can buy a lot for $100. by paying day of October, 1910. at 10 a< m., for an order

I \.... breech-loading shotgun form bicycle. $5.00 down and five dollars a month !r OCTOBER 14th authorizing me,.. aald AdmloUlt, ell ON REAL ESTAITE ,
:\' *:v Address box 607 city. 29tf without interest<< or taxes. When at private ale all of the lan-1 belomrlnii to
.. : (**. paid.for you have saved the 1100, and : with- aaM eatate. situated In the following towcbip.end L
'' : DOWNING will loan jr-ou moner' at 6 : you also get the benefit of the increase ranfea.In Oneeola county: tovwlt:
J$ rf j.l1"kt: per cent to build you a home and let I in the value of the ''property.I TWO CARLOADS OF'' Towiwhlp" Twentr-ars. Range Twenty.|Ine; LONG TIME EASY PAYMENTS' ; :. '

. v.1 you pay it back a little each month. : have eighty-eight very desirable HORSES AI!>ID MULES Townahlp Tw- >, Range Twenty-nine; ji
lots which I am offering at the above : Town.. TwentyflT Bane Thirty Towahlc .
'getter see him and atop paying rent. hlp -: Per Isfornitloii Write :-,.- d
t" named price and terms for thirty days TwentT-slx.!" :. Range Thirty. .)
." WANTED-To' purchase a large*lot of only. Do not 'delay buying one of Don't'Bpy Till You See Them Dated Klailmmee. Florida 5.Membee! . 2bt. THE JACKSON LOAN & TRUST COMP'Y '
des Inspection and I of these lots. Call on R. D. Waring P.1VI0':: HENRY T. BASS 'i1'

':' ;rasa.LU.mant at point of boa Ing; on AtIJ' and put in your application at once Ai AdmlnUtreror of the ettate of Walter Bans, of ;Jackson, Mississippi ; .
Line R Address G. and watch Kiasimmee grow. 8'.demised, .
Cout y. W. tl.MoCRACKEN
Jantic '
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t r '.-co C0.; aea-ytn.. .ft.. .M-9tpd 38tf R. D. Waring A P, A. VANS AONILW, .1'

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