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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 14, 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: VID00459
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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[Valley Gazette Again Calls AttentionTo f Of 26,000 Acres Near'NarcoosseeV ''

Splendid Opening: for an I Sold to )..". McCulloujh and Y

Enterprise This Character: '
)- G.McCrorey.! .
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i Once again the Valley Gazette! desires ; : '
Again are we permitted to record the
to call the attention of our bust- ,
j .. sale of a 26,000-acre tract 'of land in
the wonderful npportumtyI
; nessmen this county.-the C W. Ward trot!
first 1:1ui !
'offered them to establish a ; I
I" near Narcoossee passing into the hands '
inKissiinme, < Tlier is not a . .
cannery of J. U. McCullough Orlando and J.

day that' passes but 'what consummated one or more G. McCrorey of New. York. The land. .
land deals are i
< of this immense tract almost surround "
and while they bring many dollars .
\ the farm of the New Eden Plantation
/ : to our town'yet they do tot Meet'!' Co., and are. partly-pine, partly hammock ,
full demand of growing and pros- .
.the and.muck'and '
I partly prairie. .Qn "
Kiasimmee, as they do not cre .
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perdue this :
tract are numerous lakes notably
ate a Saturday night pay roll sufficiently . Preetovi .and. 'Myrtle which are large ;::1
business to .
large to new "
enough to furnish sub-irrigation for an
upend more dwelling houses to be built I Immense area, as well as they are -.f ',;
Kissimmee needs to make it
What locked with'fish of every variety known '" ,' "
inland In Florida is a -
the largest ,
I to the Inland waters of Florida. What +
I factories-enterprises that will not
few t I| disposition these gentlemen will make
skilled labor and a great
only employ of this land h not aa yet been learned abut
deal of it, but aso make use of the I .. It supposed they will first turpentine -
of farms, our gar- '
surplus producta ;
\ the timber, ol! which there are
and our forests. I i' .
dens our groves 16,000 acres,, and then dispose of"the '

This town is immediately the center trees for lumber, after which the satire

of the fruit and vegetable belt of I tract will be--sold In sections'for

Florida, and is today shipping much I farming purposes, _
of these products to the Eastern .; L-
Qr mere Until short time ago Mr. Ward was ,
markets as any other place in the I!I IRA WETH) RBEE'S HOME HILLIARD'S, : ISLAND; II the largest individual land owner in the
South; but there are times when our
worth little .on foreign I state, but daring the put two years "+ ,
vegetables are '
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has disposed of the majority of his hold "+ "
markets, for the reason that the North- i ;
' ings, only a few weeks ago selling 10,* "
erri and Western.states at certain seasons .
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t the local demand and it is'' attend these meetings. Now is the j | assembly of the Presbyterian church 000 acres near Avon Park,DeSoto county \
supply G '
The Kissimmee Ice and to the Consolidated Naval Stores Co. of )
during those times that it would pay, < time to do something for the cause of' and has done much able service in the '.. 1':1'J :
prohibition as November 8th the elec- cause of 'temperance. Jacksonville and at present'owns less, ,
The .
and pay big to make use of our homegrown j citizens of '
than 100,000 acre of ,'Jj
15,000 .
tion occurs, and the result"b&tbatelec- Kissimmee acres
than that and should .
in other community not
products ways '
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tion much to fair state, Cold which lie along the Kissimmee river In
of shipping them to. overstocked market means no our Storage Company permit anything to'keep them from '
the l lower portion of this county. '
to the
*. especially women and.children. hearing this moat able speaker. I
This amendment to the nineteentharticle | 'I Hon. J. C. McWhorter. judge of the Mr. Ward has for twenty yearsbeen
One gentleman told us that threes known as the land man of Florida bayIng
of constitution for -
s thousand bushels of guavas. rotted on state-wide prohibition which provides will be agrt'at Holds Its First Annual Meeting and Elects a P.rfimiietit twelfth' judicial. "It district of West Vir- the disposal of the vast domain owned '
: has been
the ground in his have' grove; made, and* similar numeroussmall remarks. improv.'mentovE'rloeal option. It Set of Officers.-.Will Take Possession!>| to hear many of the able-speakers my pleasure ot by the Hamilton Dieston estate,} an 2itis .

growers would forever, nettle the whisky possible that he has sold moce'laiidthan -- :.i_
ques- tie) country the various of ;
Now. those. that who manufactureguava Mirioilollain tion for Flfi'ruta. Until the tate prohibit of the Winii Ice Plant Saturday at Midnight. i< tbe 'liquor problem upon but for phases a clear, any other (Vve men in the state .
tell they net
jelly ua. combined, and in instance those
its sale the dry counties will have logical eloquent and masterful discus- every' ,
a huHliel for their guavas: madeinto 'a tx-rioiiir, filit against the"t who"dealt with him ot exactly what
whisky sion of this
pasta or j,-lly. If that in. tru | The recently (organized KIyotm I nee j'f lit.a"/ are neceaeary to legally consiimmate : important subject, I have they purchased and fulWalue for
and there in no earthly reason. 'to t di>nl,!>t to keep| iiry. The only wayto Ire and ('old !Storage Co.. has completed the Winn deal. 'i never heard Prof. Charles Scanlon exe.lled. dollar every .
keep ( >-reol-t unly dry i* to roll a ( they paid him. Hisspassing from
N of up its for the Feeling the With him there is such an utter
>' the ..tat..m'nt. there are ihousnud> '', arrangements/ cloning i among stockholders was the stage in Florida land matters is to '
niv' ' UfHtemenclmciH i No-
big maii on
deal for lie. of the Winn ice optimistic the future absence of all cant and denfcneiation -
d ,dollars going to waste every year right purchase j very regarding be ,1
deeply regretted for he has been
vemht-r !I. I I" the amendment fails.thone ,
at our doors just 1 Ix-eauHi' U.'nII". plant, ant, i"' poet to take possession of t o.f the! company. The extension atuii ,' of all bitterness and abuse of all factor in the state's development and', t,
show the
tbat least
mantic' niajonty ,
of the tlTat plant :; at nv, which have been empty declamation and effort/ merelyto .
t fI'I..j'I.r.: tn iniikiusi' sur- Saturday nviilr.ighj.: i plants "planned. never once wavered in his belief that 1'
fa\'orwill be the j
in it- next pointof
All the ,, to be in full play upon the emotions that his addresses -
plus <"f iJi4n. nil.-I. I iHicioufruit. preliminaries were completed expected operation by Florida would yetbecome ('
one of\the
attack for the whisky people therefore
at the first annual of the next They will include appeal to the intelligent and
Then there lire "I'imnl'.i's, criUuim', meeting company year. a large foremost
states in the
d I.. not rest the fact that our Union. e k,
,'orl1. ,I'IH, 'iiiber, and !a huruNvd I nth.i< -r on ', which was 1I'hl.! Wednesday evening ''I cold storage plant an abattoir and at n' thoughtful hearer with a restful, as has earned the right to life t
will but work to a of e
enmity go dry in the odices | date fertilizer well as a convincing! force. He is
varU'iu-Hof \ i'jfetabl: "n tiat'ow' herein ) of Attorney I' A. (later a mill and possibly for ther remainder of"his time for since k"
majority as large as possible ,
, Vans counsel I for the oth'' practical and carries to his audience a
HbuixliiiK-i' I that ul.t !I" r.uitii d it Agnew legal r enterprises early childhood he has been '
Pre811 Reporter. ,
twit;* the profit at whfcTi' flii-y! are sold ,-company. The stockholders. adopted, The delivery of retail ice was gone plain, appealing message. He is a man harness of hard and industrious labor v

at times on overstocked markets. fOR U. the state charter\ and "proceeded. into fully the sentiment of the board' with something to say, and knows how n } v
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There isno record of a cannery run, $. SENATE ,elect officers-for one year, as follows:.!] favoringdirect delivery' by the'com- j to say it. His is' the happy faculty of >=-

on business principles, located 111 ,a fruit I President and' genera,.! ,manager, Itanjy instead>f sub-letting it to other j I entertaining with fact and commonsense NEW BUILDINGSAre

"or ,'vegetable center., ever failing to net I.' N. C;. Stockton :Announces Him"r Dolpli Berii' ; first vice president. *L. parties.The ,company is representative of l I . ." -. .
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Handsome! returns, on the investment i f Lesley; second vice president hhQ..r'l] the best financial interests of Southern \\1': .
and surely no one can say but what self As a Candidate. i E. DQ 1('g"l!; secretary, R. O. ; Florida. its membership including two BLENIS-MAKINSON : I Being,, Erected in EvaylSectioal.of ,I. : .' '. <
Kissimmee is surrounded with more To. the People of Florida: I, treasurer,. N. B. Carson: additional. di- bank owner presidents a mineral water an editor manufacturer a hotel Kissimmee.:, w ''

groves and gardens than any other town I I am candidate for United States I l; rectors W. B. Harris R. T. Butler. J. one of the largest cattle men in the *>
in the South. Then if these are facts i j Senator trom Florida; to succeed Sena- M. Miller and J. F. O'Berry. The ..III state, and a large 'list of other responsible 'Two of Our Most Popular Young There is no town In the state ia q

and they undoubtedly are why do our tor James P. Taliaferro. whose term I rectors then proceeded to take such \ citizens. I People United in which there have been as m&D1bui1d, -, ,

business men delay the organization of'j expires March 4th next. I I ______ i I Marriage. hags erected during this year as there''' .

a company along that line? There is My determination to enter! this conJ J One.of the prettiest ev.ntsof the season , have been in KIssImmse, and"the'build-. ,

absolutely no necessity of growing fruits test has been reached after the most THfVJ. S. SPLENDIDJJPECIMEN was the wedding of Miss Mary hog fever right now seems to be at IU

\ and vegetables in Florida at the same careful consideration from"every stand Louise Maklnson and Mr. Dennis Rosco height. A ride over the city this week

i time they are growing in the IIta tes to point. Preparing To Do Much Work Duringthe Of Eggplant Presented the Gazette Blenis, which took place on"Wednesday disclosed: the fact that. new. buildings ,
the-north of us unless they can be disposed Out of respect for the memory of evening ath.. home of. the bride. It going up In every quarter' M
of at ,home and everybody knows Governor Broward! and for the further Winter.The by Mr. Raymond Lanier. was a very quiet affair u no card Instance tile yr much''more*' f

that there is not a month 'in theyear reason that this Is a. serious matter, I Village Improvement Society met On yesterday Mr. Raymond Lanier, were sent, and only the families'were modern: and upi to dst than>. .were. uau"I..

bat'what our gardens produce abundant have not acted hastily. in regularsession Tuesday afternoon. who owns a truck farm on the west present to witness the ceremony. '. ally constructed the put.' , wWhll. w

!/ of almost every variety of ve>ge- I In my platform will be embodied,the Reports of unfinished business from ahen'of Lake Tohop.kaliga about three The spacious home was beautifully 'passing through.:"'Pinedale sod '

table. In this section there is no particular I principles for which I have fought dur- last month were rendered by the committees miles south of town, presented the Valley decorated a color scheme"of: pink'and E. L. Lesley' .addition. '.Which are) on *

season for this or that vegetable ing the put twenty-two years. I am and approved by the society. ,Gazette with splendid specimen n of white being used. In the parlors were the west and south of town, we noticed': 13a ;

-every month in the year we plant now perfecting plane for campaign and There were several requests sent in eggplant weighing about', four pounds.Mr. vow of long-stemmed American BeaittySroses. :- more than thirty new houses that were

and' harvest; therefore, if ws wish to organisation and when thin 'work is to the ladies, some by members of the Lanier stated that In June he plant.ed : and at one end in the bow whv;: built this past aaJalll.r, and there were- N '

grow, to become the metropolis of inland completed the people will hear from me 'society, some by others. Some of these three rows fifty yards long- in eggplant dow an altar was improvised of palms six that were almost _pleted., The ry

Florida to be known as the most in no uncertain tone.. I feature the people I requests are covered by city ordinances, from which he has already shipped and ferns; and pink blossoms were,entwined same building boom, seems 'to be in'

prosperous'! and progresiive\ in the also that if elected to this office, I which we hope win be enforced. one hundred barrels of eggs, and among the green. progress across the big ditch In West

South, we must devise ways and means I will have,rtoreal estate or other business First-Automobile owners are com- the plants are. 'Just now' beginning to At seven-thirty the bride and groom Kissimmee as twenty new houses were' :1

to utilize our surplus convert but that! of United States Senator, plaining that a great deal of glass is bear well. He planted two acres in entered .from the reception ball, Miss ballded., In"that section, this4 t.tmsm.q'

them into dollars through' manufacture I and no. partners engaged in any business thrown into the streets, which to a eon-, this vegetable two months ago, which, EIoise-Moon playing the wedding march, and' at .least**half-dozen. are la course '

instead of permitting them to rot on whatsoever.1'"' stant. menace to their tires, some of he says, are doing nicely, and from and stood' beneath the altar whUe,:ReT. of construction.-1'And;, North' KIssimA' tr

the ground. .-, JOHN ,N. C. STOCKTON. them having been badly damaged by it. which.he will hip at least one thousand J. T. Mitchell read the marriage ser rase is coming.'',In for ,Its"share, and .

C" There is plenty of money in Kissim The city marshal might Inspect those crates. Eggplant is bringing $2.50 a Y ce. The bride, looked lovely In her many lots that .eN,'vacant twelvemonths } '

mea to finance any buiilnesa enterprise THE NEW BAND places and have the glass removed. (I crate in New Orleans at present, so at dress of chiffon mAle over; satin, with ago 'are :now ,adorned'with '- .

of merit, and we know of none that will Second-That most of the 'sidewalks that low price it requires -little figuringto garnitures of pearls and'cl".ta1e. In handsome cottages,,:and folly half,; the' > \ 1

\>e of more benefit to our town 6r return ( need the weeds and crraes cut. This is ',, see that Mr. Lanier will net at least I her hair she wore a fillet of pearls, and olff houses in 'that section'
greater' dividends on .the invett- Under Mr. Wiley's Leadership Is i the proper season for this work. All $1.000 an acre from this crop. This carried a graceful bouquet of carnations overhauled and made as good as n......> ;

r':'c' ment than a cannery, one sufficiently Making! Great Progress should clean up their sidewalks, yards! eggplant is growing on high pine land ,I and asparagus ferns. I Klssimme. I is growing at 'a rate'tbat *> K i

,- 'large to work up all the surplus fruits and. vacant lots; remove all 'garbage :i i I without the aid of an ounce of comtner Mrs. Maklnson, the mother of the Is hard for old realise; as
and vegetables grown in this section Some six weeks! Mr. R. X. Wiley, of and unsightly objects so that the city I 1'! clal fertilizer, although7 the ground had briiid war dressed'la gray-crepe, ::elaborately -: they-were' In-the-habit In the pastor, yM

When'a cannery i is established here the firm of Niemeyer & Wilev. and who will present a neat and attractive ap-,i, been cowpenned. embroidered in 'gold.. Mrs being kept-freely Informed t..r7'f" .5 i
1 i is a fine .musician, declared, that.Kisaim- the of Blenis. the mother of the groom also picket that was"nailed on m fence, but -
our town and our county will grow at pearance to throngs winter visi- , The ground in this section seems to..,
such a rapid rate as to stagger the most mee was entitled to and should have.a tors that we expect. I j(,, be peculiarly adapted to the growing of 1 wore a soft shade' of gray with beautiful these days and times things are, .comIng -_ .-:

optimistic. first-class brass band, and at once began Third-The ordinance against eggplant, as 'wonderful crops are made lace trimmings.The so fast and furious! and so many ,

a the organization of one, with the result torating on the streets and in expec-I every year, and as they always a wedding dinner of seven courses new houses are goi tg up and so many t

u. that he now has ten good musicians fices be rigidly enforced. This is a''Ijtreat good price, our truckers devote conniili followed, covers being laid for ten. new sidewalks are being laid, that they a ,s *- 1

w.cjr. "banded" together and they are practicing menace to the public health and i arable acreage to its cultivation. The dining( room was decorated with are getting lost iq the race, and many .

almost every night; should receive close attention. I bride's roses and ferns, and a beauti of them today say they are strangers i'

l Members of the Local 1 Union Doing t'' Under Mr. Wiley's leadership they Fourth-Some of the ladies complainthat PROf. CHAS. ful cake formed the centerPiece forth Intheir own vtown.. .

( Good Work. i] will in a short time-develop into musij i- the sidewalks'bn Broadway pre- SCANLON. table. .." t <0.. '

I j clans of the first class and aside from sent a most untidy appearance on Sun- The young couple are very popular ," Says, Gazette 'Is a Corker. *

The W. C. T. U. met at the M. E. being an addition to Kissimmee's many days. It Is hoped the merchants will among the younger .set.. and will continue nii ; J
; have the sidewalks swept and removed Will Lecture m the High School: Mr. F.,P. Too *,>fGen.v., IlL, tif
church Saturday afternoon and again enterprises, will be a most attractive paper to live in I ..immea. They went
." .on Saturday nights. 'Auditorium Next Immediately to their home in whoa. we'' have,been-i?'O '" ,j
Wednesday. South
Tuesday afternoon. It is
evident from feature from an advertising standpoint, s
The .
society tendered a vote of thanksto
Kiuimmee. .. sette for,several weeks,s.rid. s'doIUrfor' ,
-. their enthusiasm and the plans on foot as a good band goes a great way towards Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew for his generous It is with great pleasure that the loi Mrs. Blenis the oldest daughter of si year's ,subscription :this... / I {
.week >
-,. ;,V that the members are awake to the inducing. strangers to settle in a donation belng; which ia very acceptable cal Anti-Saloon League announces that Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Makinaoo. and Mrs: with the'. *mI wtng. ;'. IMed'- .'
funds extremelylow.. We '
crisis that is at hand. The town. Bleni.s young business man here .
members they have been able to secure the +
hope other public spirited gentlemenwill services meat; ''Yo1t ;:paper 1I\t; tperker r %
friend.widl : ;
,of the union earnestly,request that every Mr. Wiley is due much credit for the follow of Prof. Chas- tfcanlon for lecture long ; '.. t
theexample s t by Mr.Van a life and a happy one f1thena.; showed<< agiopy'tq,,;..r.rqo; t..t obi ; J,
woman who desires to see our state enterprising spirit he displayed in this Agnew, then we will be able to on next: Wednesday evening. at This guests forthe wereand Usher'|a. find srtfundcertainly Geaeraw th.yi"' : y, .'..
rid of whisky and taking Its place J beside matter, as Well ak do the entire band accomplish more work. 7:30: o'clock at the High School audi Major andMrs.. T. M. Marply, Jlr.and" dldi ,
ntf1 sod tUtanoto..
.the other great Southern ..states membership and they should receiver Th. entertainment for 'the benefit of Mrs"Dennis Blemia,Sr., Rev. J. T. .;.; It } 'r ..
the V. L S. ia under and we hope Florida .w*.. great t.her: '
way I torium.3caniun MJtchelL Mr', and Mrs.. w: fie I'IQitI! \'wJ'
that prohibit 'Its sale will from, pMakin-
the most liberate dtir
support our to present it to the public in is secretary of' the .
. ... a short son. MUses Eloise: Moon and -Angie .developcaent: ":anclrvri1I' +I' LiM' ;'a.t, 1lpen..t.'A.4'
" :thmgs aside on Saturdays S p.m.-and sene.- .' .,.._ti !___.. temperance committee ot the general Makinson, and Mr..Vfeto.SUater ' :{ ,. .". 'f.- '1""1

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I 4 I' century was in. its swad<|ling tlotheB. -
there; run u *t>nie-"Th Last Girl ,Is
rJ .w d Always the lkar..t.t to >1 e. So" tllI
. .p a .x r 1 t .r with the one.who attempts to vjst the For .
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1 1 various. nectfon of South FlkriJa. '
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F 4 ,r Xc new, Home distinctive note cot struck '
,> !4'4 ?a ,t1a S r' r.w, )before, which enters into the. general u. Several Steel ThreeIforse Power Motor Bouts and Row

r Mi, summing up ar cl causeshim, to leave Boats. Mullen/ rnaki-."Address, -: '.

rb s that Section with reluctance..". Whetherit ,
I : irUNC'INCMEuE."' ;, FLA.
t'r k 7 ti %Ji nr IH the boom of the waves theI'lMllan Boat:::
y 1 A v d Belong Runnymede Motor Company p o. AddreU.I
ManuU-i--, 'the, simniering lakes of Polk ,
or the Vaslnest) of the prairies4 the '
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4F fr. Kimimrnve.... -vullvy, it is the barr.e. Each ,

hat it \|own attraction and ulliiri'f from "

lU own angle, but it allures allures
-' in Town"and
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r will help you to get b.ette'plcture with your camera.
or any (point below unli! iW call '
'if 'Rivinimi'e" to the
coins VI..aryIJl1s.eng.'rs
and the trains are all crowd.
''Jiolow Kixsinunei' there comfort

t I tGy foe the remaining tra\.I<."... for the p, Gnystjtie y Itcte1; "THE. KODAK PLACE"THIS
1 'iwd ha- been decimated Where the.KirimtniH :

,, : :: ,. people| _manage tit.I'llt all

i br t z. < w [p.-npkIH:' ti my.t..rybut- t th"-irnnnn ..... .. ,............... .....,.....,.;...................................,
.a < a j ,rooms; ;i ;fur the big l i fort= >_room r's
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k Ix p v -f: u inu'. It"r"y"t"n(; ,, hotel) and! tfci'
i r>" .idnr<"; Kissirmni-c t bar: rift
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'+ : ..h wbt % i '. tI. past' spring and" N'ori =of EVaGhhwg\ liliiiklri KeliitmiiHvith !
l rr i ;.i- tl" MJIIJ/ of the. liururiM, .i"d the
\ i '..1,1} the !h aliat'-d a whit Uri NEW COMERS TO FLORIDA I

\ i ", I i,i il I is. lii-aril the rrv fur .rom ---- -. ----. :
iiat! it wliich to //h sornt'Vt.a're forth Any information regarding Banking in this: i section ',f the =,

> -. fiit-w citizens: to lay tht-r heads country will be cheertully given| and your business! with !1
until them own, ro, ., ihrn .
fjf can jpi\ "- us wilt be strictly confidential ,
Th above t- ..UI'J' ; ' a' I d.'f'd': r,1- ua r'J' teller
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1 part wnere tnete are nunv.roir . d.LJ.,fLJII i U., ? g ,ate' wr.'J, , w :, bf .u'' u -.a. d Th< tnxabUvaluation* in (OveoluBounty : Jt

v ler blocks and sold out to per oni- A'P- ''I." t"I. 1 10crts' ,it I ,r"a.i,ik Ccirde1': Sot: [_'.C-l Efa : "lastar.increased. and they a round will in million all dollars/ t Citizens i i Bank' of Kissimmee i i i ;'t
desire to live on lots the i farn. jjn'J', i=r_ ,p.opj.. t., 'jild) in ha.mrr.oct'. ur; d.ccou,4.of( f ,:s
i t> Ificrt'Jnothr million this year : ALT)t .:. DOm4VOAN Ii M P>ANN W H. NORTON : "
beauty. and have a little village .or own of their o..'. r. rich: will bfc_both pleasant arc 110' in [ : Vice-Premtlent <. ..hi9r.
)i tier cent two yearn. Such a i ,roJcnt: ( ,I .
.', agreeable. The ;ands in Park Gardens ire:: of superor, quality, being very rich and fertile growth j-eenw abnormal but in the case i\\\\\\ .....,.....................................................-.-.\a\\- j

". yield excellent crops and we guarantee:: flowing wells or refu'1d money if ,it cannot Be s1- of T\ih8immee; it is not. The possibili

c .I; -, 5ured. Prosperity follows.the flow, hence it is a safe proposition and one, :: *",,ake re mif, trey; yt the fertile valley of which it is prairie, some of which will need draining be devoted to the Kissimmee Valleyi

t ,take in buying Park -Oarden lands. We do not believe" that there is a better f farrnirig' !: ec: the. natural center, .the commercial center : but most of them are in shape now !i without repeating anything, so this lit. AI
t 1 and the social center have hardly for cultivation. The Southern Colonization I tie article in
merely scratching over the :
I" tion in Florida than Park Gardens. Three to four crops can be raised per annum on same been scratched
= as yet, and there is Company also has immense tracts surface iniiicatioiiH, just as the present ;;
-.t..... ground, and it is marvelous what can be accomplished with the e splendid! lands by intensive "j every reason to suppose that the importance lying to the south, through which a development has only scratched the '
farming. T* I of )this section will continue railroad will be ''
constructed as soon as surface of what there is in store. It is
I I Favorable terms of payment will be given to those who are not in position to pay..I'\ to become greater and greater for the practicable. Everything is in readiness j a'coming farming section destined to

le.i; cash for their land, and those who have invested their money in these valuable lands are 'next several yean, carrying the town for this now and work will begin"as ,I feed many thousands of Uncle Sam's
''of Kmsimmee with it in,size and prop- soon as the ground is sufficiently dried. J! people in the and
,; years to come,, te
t having opportunities to sell at advanced prices but no one wio has purchased land there is I erty valuations. I
I There are many smaller tracts scattered | bring money into the coffers of the man
offering their lan'ds.( The Company, however has some valuable tracts to dispose of and Land sales of considerable size are. about the valley most of which will i who aequireportion. of -it.* fertile !'

.until the first of January will be |(125.00 per acre after the first of January the price on almost daily occurrences in this grow find their way 4on the market 'soon in [ acres.-- Gilbert; D. Leach In TampTribune. ",

1 all unsold lands will be $150,00 1 per.acre. ing town, several tracts having changed the shape of farms and truck garden .\

'; We believe that a crop can be produced oa these lands and disposed of in one hun- hands in the past week. One of the Bites. Florida
I interesting sales was that made to Mrs Maps.
: dred days, that will not only payfor the land but cover expense of-produeing ops besides. Half way between Kiftsimmep and of
Upon receipt 25cents at the
M. C. Fowler; this tract being the Bass Orlando there is coming into existencea Valley
One party planted four acres of ,land in Park-Garden to cabbage and in about one- lands consisting of 4,000 acres This community of producers. This is Gazette office a pocket map of Floridaf y

hundred days had the crop disposed of, which brought more than (2 500.00. f. o. b. cars was unusually- valuable property, but Prosper Colony with Taft as its center will be mailed to any address in the ;;'

Kissimmee; this Is betterthan $625OO pe-r- acre. leaving nearly nine months to raise other the most interesting and rridtmnuuaj 1! was 'one of the early colony propoaitionVwItn I I United States :,.We can also furnish .;.

crops.on same land. not claim that this can be done all the time, but this party had I part of the transaction was the lady's fannijngaa_ .their basis, and will maps be of glad Osceola to estimate county on at sectional$1 each mapsolanykind. and y',

and then better results be had. method, of disposing of a large portion:: Jts_juqcess. haw_been meTitedbjrcqjitinned \;..,I .
t a splendid crop got a good price again even can .of the'acreage. Mrs. Fowler has been1handling } :..
improvement work on the part -
tG ,' .:t These lands are favorably.located being close tQ'.splendid: County Seat ;, town,having Everglades aide for several of its promoters as well as the people'I Old papers can oe' bought at this of-

)''y'y4 ;: ;" .a frontage of one and a half miles on beautiful.. lake Tohopekaliga bounded on the,:, north"by months,, and she was In touch with people I they ,have'' Induced to settle; It is a I flee at, 201 cents per hundred They are

i -4 i n Si| ','r f nice stream of water and on the west by_County Road.:::C.J4i'4f.H'; '.: ';;} : !/ .S'! 'J ": .- whom she knew would be highly community of workers where-the man the' very thing you need' to put Under "',
..... Full sarticulars to Interested parties. .j'' ' " ,' '" pleased with such .exceptional lands as I was induced"to become 'a citizen with /I your matting. ;
l'' c these ')fad acquired in the Kissim- 1 t promises of reward for his pioneering i
We also have pine lands, stock farms and city property for sale.
orange proves "
So I .
mee Valley. within a few days.of :i work--and the pioneering has been
We solicit correspondence. Guarantee fair and courteous treatment to all. her taking the lands, she arrived witha : done, today the colony is on a stable WANTED I ,I II

train of Pullman cars loaded with I basis and the have turned .
Very respectfully
coin which the people carrying it were their attention to improving the town ; AND! POX SQUIRRELS. State price

willing to change for citizenship in this I,-of TsJt They have laid out and cleared : ..4 full p.rticlr. .fc.. wrlriac. ."
NELSON REALTY COMPANY fertile region. It was a veritable auction I I a long triangular park site, and n :xj.1 I Addr.MiDR. :f'
of land"after the crowd had Winter
; gone I this will present a beautiful i"X
OVER CITIZENS BANK out in autos, carriages and any eight to those who pass through on ,,
ance that was suitable and con"eY'1 their way to more southern points. The i{ ':

j Kissimmee Florida pressed into service, except avenues in Taft and the roads in Pros 'r
: Fowler set the price. It was an excellent per Colony have been cut out. worked I( GUY PLATT JOHNSON ,{

.. example of the popularity of the j and put in condition to comply with '' -
\ section. M. I MMM IU|. L..... Ftt.Cj 4
I i every verbal proaiise: made to a pure I
a N Adjacent to Kissimmee are the landsIn chaser.

'i > "- KiHsimmee-Park, the property of the I;I Up at St. Cloud they are still buildinga ARCHITECT r

iI It" ..... ... -- - --. KUsimmee Valley Land' Company, of I town and making.a big success of it.' .
which Carrington I!:. Barrs,of Jackson- Farming is still only a small part of the
ville, is president. This is a pretty business in which these people are engaged Deslgis (OL>II Classes ot BulldiigsWOM ;''I r rIEWENCE

.... tract of land, a peninsular into Lake but there are a large number of t SPECIALTY '
Tohopekaliga and protected by'the newcomers who declare they aregoing "

I waters of that lake oh three side*. The,I\ to makes try oat it this winter. .
Hunter lands lire also fine looking I Today's Tribune big as it is, might l7.aa.p1lao :,.


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-4*? :r'I: : =7f. Through Car Service Mixed Carload Rates to 1 t iY


r by freight, on small shipments. U i
i i Any of the following Chicago houses will send l4 u special stamps if yon have none. Write them. ':i;
M. Baker &; Co. Frost Bros.Gallagher Henrv Martin & Co. !
\ Barnett IJroa.) Bros. Geo. Middendorf &; Co. r''
M. L. Campbell M. George &; Co. Peters Bros. '> ,
COUCHES OR DAVENPORTS. Coyne Bros. Gibson Fruit Co. Jno. A. Rusk .
t1t. Crosby &; Meyers Gridley JMaxon &; Co. The Shafton Co.
", Cuneo Bros. Hall, Wedge & Carter Skelley &, Chapman
; ) Denney & O. Lange Grabska &; Co. Storch Bros &; Co.
.. Earl Bros. C. F. Love & Co. Wayne & Low
They not only add to comfort' and enjoyment S. T. Fish &; Co. Mark Owen &; Co. A II. Woods Co. vIi, A
G. Zulfer &; Co.

'J" '1 '., bit beauty as well. We can sell you any style or You may also ship to any other party in Chicago that you may choose, and by making special I R

f quality'you wish. Come in and look them over. arnuir menU with us, to parties outside of Chicago. pwf
'- REMEMBER, first car leaveiJacksonTilla.} OCTOBER 15TH, so you can begin makingshipmenLs
I October: 18th. Allow about two clays when shipping to Jacksonville by freight, and the schedule Grime,
Jacksonville, to Chicago, i* four day. For further Information write to


: 4( S. L. LUPFER Maasgcr THE H. ,C. SCHRADER CO. 718 Atlantic National ,Bank Building. 1
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FOR .SALE OR TRADE Th'TOWlf .ofSt. Cloud --. ,....y-fof Oofreatlc.. Eloctrtc Lliatlai. ,_ .'

V "1'005" users'are. uFO S" boosters. Ask them. t
fir'Hotel : : . for the ..
Runitymede _. : Catagogue asklfllr0
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ITEMS OF INTEREST HIPPED here, :., the best rly."uge: Our .'.t..,- \

\ i too, has shipping f.rpities( by '!
fROM THE ST. ) TRIBUNE locations
.Sufficient' Ground Kor'AJI? } Ordinary-Purposes. ,: : i ClOlfl' find Ws 'er- \\.l'f'Iwrv'': ''af'i few )'
: / .where/there Is n,';t' an' ad quata aupply
/ Ex-Judge t'arker of'' Kl"nft5m-e was of good water jpractical' man who
* TtrU 35 Room: House' fronts' the beautiful and spacious;' L'ke-: a visltpr this morning.' -' .' o
.. has knowledge; handling a (concern o(
East Tohopekaliga, and l I. situated at Runnymede! a ata- ....
Lion between St.,Cloud: and Narcposaea .Florida The'5uiid- -- this kin< -ciouid; get substantial aid frern .. e v

... ? ing is In a magnificent condition and both structure and 'Ac ies' Baas Visited Kissimmee lallt I the, bii'MncBSi men of. St.: Cloud

surrounding: must be seen-to ba appreciated. It will make Monday, and spent. the day.transacting! . ,
+ .Ji. e fine winter resort, or, sanatorium, as no busineiis.. there* I
healthier spot-can be found in the United, States," andforthe -. ",. The! sanitation .committee{ eomlll''d'of -
. relief and cute of diseases affecting the respiratory or- .f I, Oi McN w. C. H: Williams and:!
... .. .gans'such ua-nasal catarrh, asthma etc., it CTannot be sur- t I Ij The' dance at Ban*''Fridaynight J. I I.: Cummin: .g>, 'have contracted with'' t,
paased in the whole world. For further particulars/ address brought over five automobiles '
I H J. for removal rnf"kil
Thorfyfcontracfr'or the
the proprietor Kissimmee filled with- 1 I, t
| from: a jolly
j j of all refuse! and garbage/: the following .
crowd of the county seat's ; :
ch : Closets 7tcents per pail, :

Hotel Runtiymede, I leaders: ,. .. once a week or more if necessary; pail |

be1 limed cleaned. Kitchen .
to when ,
An effort is made by 10'7lF of our bus- t'
Runtiyitiede, Florida.' mess men to have the Thursday clo8 ng'Petition'withdrawn garbage will be removed at 25 cents per THE CAMERON & BARKLEY CO., -TAMPA, FLAj
barrel and tin\ cans 10( cents'per barrel. '
until n< P. O. Address M.reoo.e'. Florida. summer. The contractor will receive his from _
But the majority seem to wish to ad- ,
the citizens receiving such service. Mr. ECONOMIC; SAFE AND SIMPLE. LIGHT YOUR HOME WITH SMALL i CC9B '
here to the original agreement. "
-' Thorp has agreed: to furnish the lime,, -
We complete' irrigating plants and heaY'Y.machln't>r :
-- I etc., necessary! to the sanitary cleaning .
of all kin/Is. Prompt deliveries and consistent priced.roos !
Dr. J. M. Frost of Kiasimtnee visitedour
of pails and barrels. Every one is, .

Frost colony is' hale on and Tuesday hearty eighty-six.Dr. I: therefore, requested'to to use'pails of the" :uincs Eire 110"110"experiment.. They liavebeen 4 i'e

When asked his opinion of St. Cloud he I uniform!: toilet file for that purpose. subjected to every possible test, "

$$8.00 to $$10.00 Barrel said, "For-a town old and "made good."
. per wonderful indeed a year, and-compare's your progress St.:'fcloud has had many visitors, including 41"1t .. 1'1'I '

men who have held high rankin '-- --- .--- -- --- -
moat favorably with. much older townsin :>rt ;; ;
POTATOES the army and navy and in state. !governments II.
EARLY NEW. IRISH the state and elsewhere. r )c1OC )OCtOOCJOnOCaoaoaooocaoooccxaonocOC.ocOCOC.ocIOOOC'tfJ; 1 1c.
; ; men of wide experience and I J
A.! LUPFtIt. \
observation and without exception they psi-.ldcnL Vie.-. .'rmId.nL &..rtr, >
Bring In Northern Markets An informal dance was held on Friday have expressed satisfaction with conditions s j
last Bass' hall. Thin\
night at was and wondered that so much had S I ""
the first three weeks and it was

POLARIS a success from every.standpoint. Invitations The been surprise accomplished to moat in such of them a short was time.that KISSIMMEE' LUMBER CO. : 4:

PLANT THE were sent to a number of prominent there is few obstacles in the path of .
Kisainnmeeites and the
majority easy living. A good climate is the
were accepted, five autos being required prime factor to success in making a \ !

to bring: over the young.society leaders living from the soil. They recognize *. Rough and Dressed. '&&lI
140 BARRELS GROWN j of the county seat of Osceola coun- the fact that we have the best climatein
the United States. We also have
herein Florida on ONE ACRE quality Ole bes\ More I Urge! j ty. Professor Cumming's: orchestra was had among other visitors many of the

(potatoes to the hill and largest yield of any of the pruvod'M and tested I especially engaged for the occasion rank and file of American military and I PINE LUMBERHOUSE ..;
varieties. We can supply a limited quantitypf this potato I and complimentary remarks were heardon civil life and many of them stayed, and
(:ztbushels I
in AROOSTOOK County, Maine, for $8.'L5: pet bag
grown they are busy building up a community ,
chosen selections
Orders all sides for their well -
Railroad station In Sout Fta.
) freight prepaid to any sec9nd to none in the South in intellectual
must be sent at once accompanied by a cash deposttW! $1.11'1Ier / ;I . : character, morality and good living.
e bag; balance payable when shipped! in October or November as i I We have churches, schools fraternal
c1e ir..d. PLANT EARLY FOR HIGH PRICES. Our Manager, 'rhe chicken and egg r industry is one organizations, and invite good people of BILLS \ SPECIALTY. .
w a resident, for twenty-six years. will advise! as. to planting:, digging( of the \largest and most profitable of all I the North to come and be of and with l -

r and marketing. farm interests. The demand forboth I us in the great: growth-certain to corne. '
aC OOcAAOtiOLiOt/rt CkXYYJ000CYX14tlytY p7tY.t% t.OCrY.+,7fPt
Sanford Produce is .seldom met with satisfaction. The
We potato Trios, The choice fruits. and vegetables of v __ __ _ ..
ran supply you prices are constantly increasing. ------ ----------
the present are products of the human
barrel from mar BarrelFarlorv. \ who are doing anything at all with" intellect aa truly as. clocks! or maps. It
( Car lofts. or leu.*. .i chickens; at St. Cloud\ find) it p yB.. The was to 1 the thought( and, care. of cultur-
Aho Bean Coke and LttUrei' C 0 SANFORD FU. farmer who fails.. to pay proper, attention its of the pant and modern times that I Ir"lIrl..r {
; for school children of The Auto
it possible
Graystone GarageBUICK
hamJ"'rs s to this branch of his calling( is losing '
today to have fruits and vegetables that
We refer bv pcr..K..!i.m to Editor lht-. paper a valuable source of profit. Thereis king could not buy a hundred years
. a place for it on every farm. It is *KOAnil with each succeeding year /,
'.also an industry which may well bemade improv.-monts sire being', made, and --- FOR-'- ,
- 1 notably here in the South, wherethere
a iprrialty, especially on the
I i- inch, \'arietf'lorida offers an un-
small, farm, and can l I.e carried on sincessfiillv lunit>il field for making each weedai LT

1 on the I town lot.. i .* 1'ul plant to enlarge and make palatable BUICK GAS -AND
W. H. A.RNOLDl' the wild fruit t. to inert-are the size OVERLAND
' r principal and paint new color in the flower to
(Oil",1 t the featuri's; of HIP HUDSON
K'u '- thape and strength to the tree
. Contractor and Builder cur'->->,* rtf n cannery plant, in a supplyof and !'n other things once thought mm-1, WHITE I fl. '
., ; ,sible The climate here kindly ,

__ .. A varii-tv of fruit! and' vegetables t pii i.s
.. ,. life. KlorWla also olFer wide I
...... : plant
PL. E TIMAT.M FL/.aNI..H tO No stat in the Union ran furnish the
:: tiel'l of u..efulne for men and won.i n '
{ APPaCATION .sijpnlv "i'. wilier variety than Florida.Thefitrm to produce\ the- things other brains have |( Supplies, Repairs and Accessories :,

a fruits-pineapples! peaches, <11'\. .1.\-,, \ th.. bent,. forms of hum' n .. ,.'

::- 1 1o1I1"'I&lI'' lilY worK when. completrvl! I. in I... !\I. pl>ini->, 111(". berries sweet r potatoes foixi -truitn. nutn. and vegetables. We AMPLE GARAGE -

just. as "nll.It'I..d, for. beans,, pi-ai-.mrl, other fruits and! vegetabl haIi lot .ot'.practical men at.St. Cloud\ '
4 -aud they plan doing things in an agriCultural 164.: : ,
P o. i..e'4/ Ite.ds.,<. (JiW.. R""dv.KISSIMMEE ., li"s v. Ini-h fir-d a market in the canned way" as surprising and remarkable : "" ,. -. .. ,.
.t form a* well as in a natural state grow as in building!, up a towrj -
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Boat Builder 6500 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND BeardenBuilding One. Block from! Depot

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-- Adjoining, and in the ,irr"m"1iatf in" -Irlrt,: \ of the thriving, I'1Wor/ }'I.'sll. Florida of, nil kliuta.!! d
HIGH GRADE KISSIMMEEMake coil: Western .:I' .:1".1'
10 10 of
your selection no \ -.t{ aT" arras aornn or more

IIREPAIRINQ-- : SPECIALTY"; J J. G FOX P 0 Box 725 Kissimmee Flat _
'J. Special Allenlion/ to Phone Orders and Free .
t, ... ....tall-vo for tho
. Delivery to any part of the City. 'P11O.ne89 .t

IE Marine H-ngine - - -

:'G Tbi NMli'i SUiriirl 2-CrcM MftirIrrigation

':. Pumping EDglnes Plants I I --t. --0 ,. FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLU3O8 0-- I,I' 1// ., ,.
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; 'ol....... Academy 8chml. of "Nu.ta' School of riM Art, School'of. CiiMwMian.; ScBaof i ej ...
1 Domestic and Induatrial ArU. Bualnaaa School c.u...'*for T** ....*. '-' / ( ,
The Waters & .Carson :I FACULTY ? .v -.
II' Burapo.Twenty Profoawn l..truetoN. (>n>t>and In tbo for.adat'Unlrrraltlt 6r.Anwrlea aU' ,.' {

OB. Atlantic Coat: Mn."Soaboonl.... Alr.Uno.IA mllM. north of Tan*>aUte tamau"iee'
: Id. Jl.ithU":In on*of the most.beautiful'and hoalthftil town of the routh; DO masria/i ? .t P1t
Grocery CompanyWholesale Ton ootoimodloua and. attraeUra bulkllttvi: Bdrnoo Hall footing MO.tOO) now 'In praoaa a it',. 1
oraetion a eampna of(EC aerra. .loi> Laho Vlrvlnia. vkich. U oonnovtoil bf aovirabi Oa- 's
nail with tarn other Lokoa;aoparato outaido room for oach ctudont ....trio .Uchta; ..-pto-
+ cUua;quarts" of a million. dollar*.t>d --- and Retail Dealers in-I I LAr ,.' ATHL.TIC8 Pi, ;p
rlg1S: Foot ball,baa btll. baakot ball. gnlt.t. qia. bcottnx.awlmmlnc. raautiwi aTnuuatiaa. Golf l' .,1
,. Hnkj and nrmnaaltun' a.Do*aa any la tho Bouth. __ -ti.Thorouchlr '\ S
SUA Chrlotiam.but undanomlnatlonaJlnaplritandeontrot. f-f- 1
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[ John B. Stetson 'Yni'erty'-
GUQUAKER' LINCOLN IfttL Y. Pa. D. Utt. D., u.. D.. Preside .1 J '
TSE11C O ''t ''
) I GRAIN FURS I 49 Profeaaor and InatrucOca College. of Liberal Ana. i
17 Uulv rtty BulHlngs College of Law
{yit I FERTILIZERS WOOL I G 28 Acre Campus College of Technology };,
s Ml Studenta Lut Tear \ CotUge of BmliMw.. '
\; I SHINGLES S1!....*." Endowment ,\ Preparatory Academy s 1
I AND 1S.M .VoI_ In Library J Normal and Model School k
.' ORANGE BOXES Sl.,...." Pipe Organ School Mechanic Arts t"t
(" ALL ::: 19 Large Laborarorlesfm. "Sctence School of Music n
ft ORANGE WRAPS UoMirpaaaed General fttlpinent School Fin Arta $

COUNTRY ScoINrM."II'OI' ya.r.wr ." yang womoa. CihfiMia adrdakk.tlw. .. .... ._. &.. t
,1 VEGETALECRATES sad ant-cote feXIwq FW atalonor vtowa lor Mnaatloa>or far t..a .w.-HM ____, ? s-. f b



rr; We sell field and garden'seeda of all kinds. CITY FLOUR MILLS CO. SUHS1UIi & U. ;." '

aw We rive special attention' to fitting out Jhuntingl 1 a.ndc'ampinl:: siirtmoi IBT momsiiE' nmnTUM fen Gallon At.*** ......... Monaal8oaoaa._ >,
"' PHILADELPHIA nol/U/ TDUM,!lEI School I of Maaio.School of Art. cbIoooJ.c) ,
; parties. :> : r Youe.ol4g.ll .tatkat ...... gOiool of"_ -"-.. .' .J' 'r:
'''' Frte deliver/in city limits. Phone No. 12.r. ;i IZI: 1B' Uarvoraitraata. ; eza. --. es ...,_ ..... -...I fin.........IaI-..thae.ho.L Tolllse ire& ,,1
foro1rcular ..*0 por oont liiiiioaia la attawdanoa laatAttracthra ,.... .... WOO' t.tarrf.etw ad-'t fFfir c of
:. We are county agents for good 'fertilizers. Askl! usl] : a lyulHltjr.aoj campM. For eat....... -. I. '... t "sy
1 and prices on fertilizers. ,,,,. a .. C. .. t a S5.. 5\ -N *
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'i : : :: :The_Kissiffmee Valley teiterUBIJ8H wealthy, interest.. thejawhas Jsdtu, :'CIIAIRMANW.! II.-PRICE 1- -0' 0 .
!_ be amended again and again to>stop up -
: the and eliminate '
loop holes jokers put
". DJCVERT FRIDAY. there by the politicians. But the'' experiment : '
;.,,1 .Offi In Valley Gazette Building. ha been a tremendous' success. Suggests. Plan of Holding .Primary Big 'Reduction ;
KIBftlimttF: a 4 ;
O8CEOLA COUNTT.FLA. for 'UnitedtaLes Senator
Kansas' has over one and A
f t t '" million people. On June 20, 1910 the S Withoi4tos1. ...
W. B. .
HARRIS, Editor a d Prop'r. .
Kansas state board of control'reported Automobiies'GRIFFIN'S
.. !L J. TRIPLBTT, Associate Editor. Chairman Will H. iHe, of the State E. M. F. .
i 4 iiju... i ] ri i ., ''i.SUBSCklPTION there were only 512 paupers In.all Kansas '
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( houses had inmate 53 Democratic? Executive Cqmmitte, ha* A
28 poor 'no "",
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.w .... . '. cOuntiet hud under written the forty-seveni! chairmen-- of "
O- . .on* /<* .1 I Ott I t no prisoners sentence '
OiM_!'._.l* months.. :' ...::.:.:.:..._...... :: ..,kIAU'D.lealt.Iona. ''ht their 'jwh an'rf-M' county jail*' were each Executive Democratic: mmittee GAP AGE N" SAN '.JUAN GARAGE '
vicMpt from iur entirely rmpty..,KIII1 ", with one-fifth i in the 's ate for the various committee FLA.. .
1. -1s MceUd emBpondrau.mkttor will mum. _b.lijrMd_ha nuntMid by th.wrtMr unl.M of New"York's population has lees than I a letter HI which he' suggests that the KISSIMMEE..FLA. ORLANDO. -. <:{-i; I

; eaIIed far... ____ "; one-tenth of the number of insane. and coet of a primary or primaries wtaujldbe } '

1 L ,. i.c.Nd: et the ..o.tcS I. X1m""':.. Fl*.; .. if jone of. the most, prosperous'and progressive '. ._-.vmd.Ia._"' ,=.-=. irall--=-nutlvr.Friday=. -.:-A--t-r- u 0 states in the Union. I mep-( I. to Senator James' P. Tatia- r 0' "E.. M. F. 30" .Reduced 'from $1,250 to 1.000 .
'tion folks the ferro should election officials acre to ".
these facts \o show our
Oct. 14. J1O-- Flanders 20" Runabout reduced from $750 to.$700 '
I the benefits' of prohibition'and to I work; Without' charge. at the various e _

$..4 _j---- strengthen'their arms against the' drink, polling places.Following > "
I I 1Iand rs.20" Roadster reduced from $790 to $700
I evil in Uieir own communities..-Misopnti is Chairman Price's letter: .. "

: .. I' Is Sent Complim tary., I j jr j I Valley) Farmer.t . i, Marianne Fla...Oct. 8//, 1810. a ', ")1pJnndc.r.s 20"( Suburban reduced<< from $?90to $725 C .

Parties receiving thie paPf'rwho' I Dear Sir:-Owincr to the death of .

are not regular subscribers r I, Bryan': is the Man.. Honorable Napoleon B. Broward, who 0 --

.. must( not think that it is the intention was recently nominated for the position All Cars are Guaranteed for One Year by' ,
There movement' foot to offer of United States Senator _
of the publishers to later m a on as successor .
V '4' demand of them the subscription to Hon. Nathan P: Bryan the' nom.' to Honorable James P. Taliafer- the [. M f. Company . ,

price, aa it is mailed to them Complimentary ination for United< ,. by our Board of Court fill the vacancy caused bv the death of the State, .Committee tor the purpose of ,
i the lamented Senator N. B. Broward. determining method of delivery should be at .
ty Commissioner* for the purpose some selectinga All orders fQr early placed
of _acquainting Iherrf with\ : the It is understood that 'Mr. Bryan will successor for this important position. allotment Is being'takcn rapidly. '
nee as .ur
many advantages and opportuni. accept ice.nomination, and we would In the last primary the people of this .

ties this town and county offer rise to ask where in all Florida can a state- by their .yote,'expre'l e themselves GENERAL. BEL'AllIlNGSOLWITEI) -
-1- the homeseeker. The paper will man be found who could come as' as being heartily in favor of the .

be mailed for a few weeks to any filling the place as Mr. Bryan?. He is primary system for the purpose-of

person whose name is given us, the men who was with SenatorBroward nominating candidates for offic / and it "
f and if they should desire-tore- : I in the last campaign and ma>!e is my view if it can posstCly! be,arranged '
: I' .ceive it regularly thereafter.jwe himself famous by the brilliant speeches' that this means should be GRIFFIN .

'S /. would be glad to put them o&/our j that he made all over Florida for the I adopted for nominating some one to fill
t 'subscription list at the regular senator. the position to which Gov. Broward .

t\l' rates-$1 per year, 60) cents for i Aside from all, this Mr. Bryan i is one was nominated'at the last primary. .. .
.1.f" six mont h II.k' of the brightest attorneys in the state Should the respective counties, however p'O' iO

'". and commands the respect and esteem. if a primary should\ be called '

'. of everyone who knows him. Besides' make the usual charge for holding a ..
he is a man of irreproachable character -I primary ejection, that is, if the county '
Osceola's County Commissioners last I and had sufficient funds to pay their prorata means' to the' mothers and wives and '
and would do our state an immense -: committees inspector: clerks-are
Monday renewed their subscriptions fora .I to defray the expenses\ of such election daughters who cannot vote. DAVENPORTInteresting
be it will
to paid, require a large
amount! of good.; By all means
large number of copies of the Valley bUrd..n
without Brnous inconvenience.' Theirs is the heaviest ot sorrow -
amount of to hold such elec]
Gazette. This makes the fifth let,us place this man in the position.We money an
year It however that that comes as a result of the
herewith give endorsement ':. tion. Brems. to me theieis open
[time that these our to
] officers
county bave
saloon. -
decided without the nomination of Hon. N. P. Bryan .1' There are now four candidates for one way by which this expense can _
,4.' a profitable a and dissenting vote that for JJnite l States Senator. -Fort My- the office"' of United State Senator, be avoided; ther"foreth.s, letter is written Theirs' is the greatest rejoicing' when News Items From the. .

I I to very advertise the county satisfactory waa to send way out --.--- ----- -- and probably others will enter the ractThe to you, and that IK, for each countycommittee the saloon is closed and their Bonn. and Thriving and Prosperous little
to to the Chajr- husbands and brothers free
guarantee are from its
:'7, selected families and neighborhoods: Whiskey and Interstati Com moue probabilities are that no vlfctio'n Yuan of theState Committee that such enticements.. Colony Town.
I I will t > had the if
eacb week, the bright and >t at first primary, it I '
interesting I c.trntyv'i;'] hold ''jcli primary or primaries Oh, the aIness( of their silent
o'f should appeala
t t paper mentioned. Editor Harris can Whiskey is not a legitimate article : be called and that a second ,primary -
will. therefore, "be as the case may be, without one ]looks into their faces and seesthe Davenport is really becoming civil.
f well feel complimented the continuance commerce; its traffic is presumed to L. neecabary.I
upon cost to the State Committee. the State look of anguish for fear the saloon ized. Burglars entered the store of
There counties the
1 forty-seven in
destructive of I :
of this public
custom, for it is the en- peace public order {
dorsement of his constituents in a most and morals; its privilege and protectior State of Florida, and if the usual Committee to fimish| ballots and lit a- may be continued to operate and to I Mr. Trumbull Wednesday night, and
., I tionery. Such .county in making the drag down their loved ones. succeeded in with
.. substantial way-and he well deserves in commerce and transportationas charges are made for holding a primary away several -
I guarantee; to the Chan man of the State Mr. Voter do not MOTHER of shoes
I I it. The facts about Usceola county and a legitimate article of commerce is election to nominate a United States forget pairs and other art| lel. also
Committee should obligate itself to when you are debating which side about $5 worth of and
Senator it will require at ]least $200 jn you postage stamps
S S_ Florida and Kissimmee are set forth not implied, nor can legislation even by ,
the I hold such primaiyor primaries, as the will line up and vote with. the contents of the nail box. There is
each to of
county defray
I each week in the Gazette, without (ear express provision endow it with such expenses
I election in the ease may be, in each and every district Sentiment, ? no clue to the robbers, although a negro
such -
: or favor and the hundreds ot settlers privilege; constitution of the United! or aggregate, you say Guilty. But let
I brought in through reading its columns States stands first for the public health, $9,400, and if a second primary should or voting precinct. This. can be dunebvthe him who would disparage Southern womanhood who was seen hanging around the''
q county committee in each cmintv.i .
,. 'I, have no cause for dissatisfaction or peace and happiness, and all attempts' become necessary it will require approximately : i -;; discount the motive on that I I day before is suspected. .
if it will procure inspectors' and clerks Messrs. Wheeler &
if he dare. Codington had
complaint.-Timel-U ion. at ]legislation] that waive this purpose $19,000 to defray' the expenses score I
are void. There can be no vested rights, I of both primaries. The State I j who will do the work -or them in each And what service the women of Flor- business\ in Haines City Thursday. A

.: The Kissimmee Valley Gazette agitated no manner of lawful trade. no privileges Committee has in its possession between I voting district without charge the ida are rendering in this fight! Everywhere Mr. D. Powers went to Chicago t> \
% 2 I| five hundred ant seven hundred j county committee itself. acting in a "" first of the week; He expects to Fe-
two years ago a better ci yIt ad- of citizenship pleaded in protection of almost. is tne Woman's ChristIan -
r that !'dollars, and has no tnethod. by which it similar manner. turn some time this winter and add
.Yocated a water route to Lake Okee- the traffic or transportation of Temperance Union. Its membership -
\ :' could raise the funds to defray -I The State Committee be called more improvements to his farm.
which made
chobee, city water and sewerage ys- confessedly produces public disorder necessary up of the choicest of our
.r7 -".c-- i them. the paving of the streets, laying physical destruction and immorality this large expense which would be I i together in November;and in order that women; its leaders giving time and Another installment to our colony ar.
bnck sidewallcs there be absolutely necessary. f j this committee may act intelligently their rived Thursday evening when thirty
.cement or brick or ; can no implication of I strength without stint and with-
I tone' buildings* to replace wood and law to the contrary, and even express I' There is no method provided by law j I when it assembles!! it is necessary that out hope of temporal reward-or even other people arrived is in Davenport.the An-
party expected last of the'
prohibiting cattle on the streets There legislation to the contrary would be tin- to require the candidates for the office! I I1 hear from you with reference.toTlhe the wish. for it! week. These will-the most of them-

were lots,of knockers, but by persistent constitutional.-\ -Gov. Haskell of Oklahoma. of United States Senator to pay more I, mftti r at your earliest convenience. We must help them.' We must vote remain 'and begin improvements on
; effort these thing are now a reali. ------1 'th n-five7"per cent, of the first year's Trurting: that you can: arrange: to hold for them and for their sons. Without their property. S

ty in whole or 'part, and the city has -- 1 I salary which would be $375 each, and such primary without expense ,to the their magnificent, untiring help] this his Mr son. Trumbull who is in, is here to here relieve, and

1,600 more people as a result, with ;; 1oLL I to request them- to put up this large Sate Committee, or to the candidates warfare against the saloon] would'never who expects to go to his old home at. '\
1,000 headed that way. The county amount of $19,000; it seems' to the writer for the position' of United States $ena. have
7: commissioners a flue write-up put I Married at the residence of :Mrs. 1! would be unfair and unjust, and would tor, the State Committee to. furnish we have gained we owe. (under God) Mr, 'Paine of Skandia, Kansas, Is J

1- _. ; in the Gazette'and! bought 1,000 copies McCall, sister' of the bride, in'North j i: have a. tendency to eliminate from the blanks and' ballots' asaforesaid;; id, and more to them than'to all other agencies. here Paine with has his bought wife land and In family.our colony. Mr.. - --I

',.. and sent them all over the North. Kissimmee, at 7.30( Wednesday evening, ;'i I race all candidates not possessed of I that you will so advise. me: thereby And their part in this present battle Is and expects to improve it immediately.
; Eustis Lake Region. The county commissioners Mr..G. Fulwood Bass and Miss Lottie ,, great Trealth. I do not think such an giving the citizens of the State an op- of inestimable] value. Mrs. E. B. Hitchcock had business in

: .' of this county subscribe for Ellen Mott,' of Gainesville Klortda. arrangement would be just as some of I portun.ity of expressing their choice The Women-God Bless 'Em.-Florida Kissimmee Monday.Mr. .
.o' -.igHt"hundred copies of the Valley Ga. Rev. Eunvan-Stephens officiating.The the brainiest men we have in the State for the nomination of a sucoesssor to Journal. Those. Kerr visited Kissimmee Tuesday. -
I registered at Hotel Davenport
Vsette regularly, which are mailed weekly :. marriage was a quiet home affair -i: are men who are not in affluent circumstances -. succeed Senator Taliaferro I am very _ 1 this week are: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D.

I to:prospective hotneseekers in the only the immediate relatives of I( and to request them to put up respectfully. Will H. Price. Bungalow for Sale. I Browne St. Charles, I&rMr. Waldorf.
NortbaI1d West, the contracting parties being present. I I five o> six thousand 'dollars for the purpose - --' - --- 1! Indianapolis] Ind.j Geo. W. Hunt, In
< ;;: A brand four dianapolis. Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. Enlabetand
'fr,' room bungalow ;
._:_- The groom is the youngest son of of holding a primary would be an
The Women God Bkss 'Cm. 1 four '
-- deep well! splendid: water children Chicago ; Adolph Anderson -
large lot
For'.. 80 years the farmer-state of Mr. and -Mrs. Geo. \V. Bass and has act of great injustice, and probably wife and two children; Mr. and
Kansas' has been experimenting. with hundreds of friends In Kissimmee who would eliminate them entirely from the No mere man ever guts right out for vale; spot cash 9800. I Mrs. Wm.l. J. Bellars, Jacob B. KarpefV

' .prohibition. To give it a fair trial will wish him and hip, bonnie bride race, although they might; be better into the thick of the fight against the I 40-tf C. "A." CARSON.Old Charles J. Zellars Canton Ohio.
Miss Anna Della Marshall of Lakeland
;'Kansas has had to' knockdown and their for such thin those salrrn and all its iniquity without thinking -
lights every happiness success in .qualified position : papers for Bale at this office. J' is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas.
'l' 'and, :dragvut' .. battle with the. immense Journey through. life. I I who might aspire to such position who of how much victory or defeat j 20 cents a hundred. . I Parrish.

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I iI ..t'i *. .Oet.'it.' Jn! >rri 'us r 'some other reliable Railways under construction; Titles ,

l' ,. .Co'j -buf.i, .t,It' and,db. it tfOWV Only. a few guaranteed; Abstract free. I.

V. short-" years:and every acre of this grand l The lands undulating prairie and produce ,
$ "
I ;*:.(iountry( ;-the "Italy of America: will sell at s') in abuncance-Pineapples, Grapes, Oranges f

J / et 1 11 inic.h prices! that will Be beyond the reach of fiT Grapefruit, Millet, Corn Sugar Cane

; .'many.,. 'Then'it will be LEASES and they t Kaffir Corn, Velvet Beans and all Fodder'r

; f ar',!ntziice.: Crops. Pecaft Nuts etc., etc. Anything. you "'1 .

t( .j For a time at least, every purchaser of j care to plant. e.,

,. Tow Prairie lands will be given a photo of his ' .. The finest YEAR ROUND, white man's

1,:. / /.land..:..WE ORIGINATED this olan of sellingVJandand \ ,__,,, ._. I : climate ON EARTH-thrown in free. '

f : would like yourDpInion of it. __ Present prices: $20.0O an acre, 20

_ # i. Wouldn't YOU like to own a_tarm like ' __ acres upwards; $1.00a.n acre down and H'.OO .

'this?) We have over 125,000 acres-you ,.. an acre monthly. No taxes or Interest -
- take: your choice If you apply now, and you : Telephone service now available. Steamboat ....
,, can:. order by letter and have several weeks to r competition to our lands insures low
_I :,,Z\1 examine same. ' railway rates. Saw Mill on the land'... supplies

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eelling / .il f'na .
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TELEPHONE NO. 11, blot.teri"lUc --,-- } .
:" .. Large' desk at this of : Mike Jones, selling IJquor,in a dry Tuesday evening last 'while Policeman ' ,.ni: . .f "
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.. tf Has Been the-Cause of Atlanta Becoming ,county; tried and,found not frailty.: Prtise : Rodney Snyder was taking _<,- I

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Old paper can be bought at'this officeat a Great Gty. The case; against warren Kingf-Isham Speaks in High of Our' County 'Bob T4ner'to the calaboose,for disturb '

+u ..y '-BTW. 20 cent per hundred. Just what you ', Sallette and A4, Ellis,,, "Charged with Commissioners.Two I lag the public peace, a difficulty) 'arose A r

t .:B.. HA "UIS.! need to put under'your'. carpets, mat 1 live in the largest ,city "under prohibition catching fish with seine in"fresh water t In,which Finer received a bullet wound .. ,
i + ,, ting.,etc ,t law in the world. All the calamities c or three years ago,' when the "
: lake .
nolleprossej in
-, : , { the foot at the hand. of Officer Sny" t -
'1 in the calendar'were Commissioner ot..Oaceola h'
Sheriff Prevatt is the proud posaeesor predictedby The cases against W. E Bass, .as county tub der, Mr. Snyder states that his prisoner .
a' r of a pair' of fine bloodhound puppies, those who opposed the sentiment I sault scribed! ) for a comparatively small number 1
I Weather Report t which were presented to him. by Mr. was fostering. I was called an enemyof and battery; Eugene Phillips] of copies of the Klssimme Valley wee going along peaceably, when r
Anthony A. Loll. The puppies were Harry Lamont, violating fish and game air unexpected to him h. turned and ,
and hindrance to the best Gazette
a to be distributed the
progress '
sent to Mr.,Loll from Pitts burg by his law; Riley Johns, assault and battery; over country dealt him a stinging blow, which he returned ..
interest of our' and What at'large .The Tune e
city state. "
brother.At commended
C. C. Turlington, trespas.. were >on with his "billy,"knockingTmer
Following.. tie\ daily temperatures has :
place The first year of the' It as the most, wisely expended
and fprecipitatioifa; the meeting of the County Commissioner tinued for the term down., He says Tiner then apologized
prohibitory law the first of publicity that had
on Monday, Oct. 3rd the year Matt T. Slade charged with 'desertionof money ever com Un- and aid he,would go quietly along, bat"had .',
; reported by' the Government place of voting in precinct No. 4 was the panic; 1908,yet with the loss of der itsSiotice.: In a short time the result .. ''
wife and children nolle pressed: gone only a short way when' he .
station at Kisimme for the changed from Peghorn to St. Cloud 160,000 in licenses Jn''our City, ,this justified increase the Dumber>> broke' I loose and'started ""
Goodwin :
George charged with to Mr.,
tres run.
week ending Oct.. 13, 1910. notice of which appears elsewhere in- first'year, combined with the panic b!. papers subscribed for ,and sent ...
this!? la.ue.Mn. pal% on enclosure, Dolle\ proceed on account ,i Snyder calledx to him to halt stating'I
\ year saw an increase in our 'Income of abroad. And then again, and now for'the .
MAX "'N. BATJf of alleged crime! being committed ? I that ha would shoot if he''didn't put
J. L. 241000. It increase In fifth time.
Floyd and little daughter saw an ourstate'.s Yest.Mayrwereprinted :
in another the prisoner continued to run'and the
Friday 87 73 Vivian, who have been the guests of income of $511,000.> It ".aw .In county. fc. the comments! of the Gazette upon the :
Saturday. 89 73 .18 her mother Mr*. S. G. Barber, and city of Marion Langfond, assault, nolle incident with) of 'the : policeman fired at bis feet. Thier continued -
our 160,000 population 8.311 some explanation
Sunday. . 94 72 . sister, Mrs R. S. Floyd, for the past pressed. ; to run and mads good his escape .
several'we ka. returned to their home lea arrest*than the proceeding\ year. ; advantage derived If the Commis-,
1 Allen assault and and Mr. Snyder enly learnedthe
jyilkerson battery
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Monday .
I in Macon, Ga., on Thursday, We. have lived under it three years aionere of all the counties in Florida
convicted. neat morning that his shot took effect : -
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Tuesday. .r... 88 :.70 : with all its promised horrible destructive m were to spread their local
. 89 73 . Mr. J. R. Thornton, the popular representative Frank Wallace assault and battery, jltlpenabroad inflicting a ,slight wound In'th.
'of the S. P. Richards Paper influences, and our city has never convicted.J. for period of three months they foot.

Thursday 89 70 Co., of Atlanta was in the city been as prosperous as huts today. Three would receive to their communities corresponding

Wednesday calling on his customers.Mr. months ago my city 'voted three and H. Whitcomb, using firearms on benefits. I
' Thornton business betterin Sunday not guilty.
reports o'ne-balf million dollars in bonds; for There is something peculiarly attractive -I for County Judge
5 Florida this season than ever before.C. Freeman Henson, larceny nolle ,
water, sewers and other municipal Improvement to an Intelligent map, in the regular I r
4 H --HMp' -- pressed To the Voter of Oaeeola Covtty. Florida .
W: Barrett arrived Friday from *. We are building today accounts 'pf'th.. habits successes, I
been __ .
George Leach offensive nolle Having requested by a large number at. '
North Dakota to make Kissimmee his speech
p' ; twelve additional modem, up-to-date toil, Industry; progress, and even the tnf frtead and voters of said county lo bwomeI "'
THE LOCAL FIELD.yy J future home. Mr. Barrett has been a pressed. _
I . valued subscriber to the Valley Gazette'for publicschool buildings accommodate tribulations of the people who are ex; I candidate at the next reneral election to>>beI _
GeorgeKatz,- disturbing lawful assembly I fceld-oa November' 11I.II. A. D. 1910, lo fill\ the. :
time and learned of the invitation to settle
j some many our enormous growth population; tending among '
I convicted . I vacancy sallied by the resit-nation andQpaoT* '. .
of .section its
1 advantages through 1,400 more school children enrolled this Frank H oil found then and become of them. The boost al of fudge -U. F. Kribbe Iron the tutee aa4i ,. II
columns. ginger
tiK I year than last. Our. population Is increasing vagrancy ing publication with its special mat.ter. i I having ..,nd as County Judge before, thereby 7 5

i. Don't.pit on the sidewalks. Mr. C. D. carrot) informa the Gazette at the rate of about f 10 percent guilty and r recommended to mercy,. may be distributed by* the man who being familiar. with the duties of said once, I '

that he has a patch of watermelons, George Katz, disturbing an assembly, Jj..reb announce mreelf a eendldate tot *e '
v We S900- reads itbut be who peru..the daily '
annually. are spending
It can't leak.won't burn lasts a .... t
and planted just one month and that mistrial.! office! of County'Judge of county and r.- \.
lifetime. 000 on improvements in our waterworks doings of the people becomes aequ lnt- e)
the vines are now three feet long. He Ed Murrain .pectf all J solicit' your support: M said elvcUoaHcupeetrully ,
obtaining on -
latter alone We money ed,with their haps and mishaps in away ,' .
Capt; Alfred Donegan visited Orlando expects to have npe melons the are spending one million with intent I ; .:.,
.. Tuesday. part of Novemoer and on till the first five hundred thousand dollars on improving being' which he knows are truthful and accurtate '9110&011: r. PARKER.L : 1'

Orlando of thevear. our sewerage facilities.-F. tned this morning._ ____ I I and he is correspondingly impressed ,
Mr. 11. E. Swabey was an *
visitor on Tuesday.Mrs. Col.! E. M. Oliver and wife of LaFayette L. Seeley Editor Atlanta Georgian. 'If the people of the state desire"to The best way to commend y

Ala., are the guests this weekof The record of crime as furnished by have the policies of ex-Governor! N. B. Florida to the people of other state is To the Voters of Osceola County:
1". W. Hill of Narcoossee vi. Col. Oliver' brother J. W. Oliver,
the chief of police Harry Jennings to lay before them a daily picture of
Broward who they nominated for their : ..
ited'in Orlando Tue day. of this place. Col. Oliver has invested I ; Having DM* vnanUMualy aadontd br tbeDmoervtlo 'a.
shows a decrease in arrests for drunkenness life and its conditions as they exist in
considerably in St. Petersburg property i United States Senator carried to completion xoratin Conmttte* ft OwMolacounty
Mrs Henry Overstreet returned home and is intending to buy a winter home in Atlanta of 43 per cent for the they will'elect the Hon. Na-: actual fact. The wonderful migrationto for the oflle.of County Jude,and. ......,.

from Michigan last week. at Kissimmee.The I year 1909 under no license as against' than P. Bryan to succeed Senator Kissimmee and Osceola county is unquestionably ftlUd thta ..... ..1 baltar. myapfcotataMnt ,

Born on Thursday, Oct. 6th to Mr. Atlantic Coast Line authorities 1907 the last year of saloons."-Robert James P. Taliaferro for he was the proof of' the fact.-Tampa !* myavlf by a Governor candidate{ be ..I...Must.. for. aanoune to* dr

and. Mn. E. L. Lesley a son. have recently been negotiating with J. Maddox Mayor of Atlanta; FredJ. closest friend to our nominee and who Times. -_ ----. utd erne. In the ensuing election.I .

Mr. Leonard Williams of Loughman, Mr. H. W. Thurman for a strip of land Paxon president, Atlanta Chamber is familiar with his policies.' You could H. Watohod the Caw. am under no obllsatton to any ourpocmttom.clique ..a M
off the Gray stone block, next to the s Broward' other eombinaUon.and I ask the.opBor* ,
was in the city last Saturday. of Commerce not honor ex-Governor memo When Sir Stafford Northcote, after- or y
railroad station and It now seems prob- ; ory any better than by electing his of all eltUmn .,Oeeeota aunty at the'potla en'
Oct 9th to Mr. able that the deal will be made and the :ward the Earl of Iddeslelch, :was an
Born on Sunday, closest friend to take up the work he November next. t
.- proposed new depot built or the site Macy-Rodgers.: officer"In a yeomanry regiment In Devonshire -". --;-- -
and Mrs. Ernest Mach, a daughter.Mr. left undone. -White Springs Messenger Very _1 1:1': '_
of the old one. At 12 o'clock goon today Mr. Geo. one of the men who were lead- ,., M. MUHPHT. r.
G. W. Mann and family; of Baa- the countrywas
small across
singer, were in the city this week. Capt. Clay:' Johnson l is having hard E. Macyand Miss Margaret J. Rodgerswere tug a force rather circuitous Insteadof
luck launching his new steamer The married at the home of the groom Colored Citlxena of Mara taking a

Mr. Frank Bryan purchased an E. M. Osceola. Twice this week he has had at the corner of South and Hughey "So you think Can most be inhabited a straight. course."Why DIL BLANCIIARD _.
F. car from J. J. Griffin this week. her afloat in the slip which he had dug T" -. don't you keep your eye oa agiven - -----

for the purpose but each time his dam streets, Rev. R. A. Forrest of Atlanta "Tasauh," replied Uncle Rasberry. point?" asked his omccr. .

Col. Andrew Johnson, of Sanford, broke, letting out the water and leav- Oa., performing the ceremony. "Dar aln' no doubt\ of It. Aa' whets "1 do. slr> :. Osteopathic'Physician :. ,

spent a few daya in the city this week. ing her high and dry about fifty yards The ceremony was quiet and informal mo', dem 'habitants Is c'ullud folk- "Well what point" n

__ Prof. Chaa. Scanlon at the High from the water's edge. there being but very few invited guests All dem canals wouldn' be no good wit- "That old cow. air." replied the man. Special Attention Given to-

School Auditorium on next Wednesday Mach Bros., the enterprising livery- among whom were Mr. and Mrs. Fred out canalboats, an' canalboats wouldn' The earl was often known to us* Nervous and Diseases of t

evening. men, purchased this week through M. Macy Mr. Barney Macy, Mrs. J. W.. be no good wlt lIt mules, 'an' dar aln' this anecdote when political leader Women. .
Tiller Col. P. A. Vans Ag- Old not straight.-Illustrated Bits,, .
a agency sro .
Don't mice hearing Prof. Scanlon on new's lot at the corner of Broadwayand Anderson Mrs. Martha Kier Mrs. no use o' tryln' to run any kin' o'-mule

Wednesday evening at the High School Dakin avenue 78x142 feet. This Rhenderfer. Kissimmee Mrs Geo. B.. business wlfout de<< help o' culled onto flit Cltlntt task Less II art ti . of
: Old for sale at this office
auditorium of Wetherbee Rev. and Mrs. J. p. Smith folks.-\Vasbiaxtoa\ C> Star. papers ,
/ is one of the best pieces vacant prop- .
'" erty in the city and we understand, and others. 1 j'
Messrs. P. A. Vans Agnew and E. H. round
brought a good figure.
c Fell made a business trip to Orlando Mr. Macy one of the pioneer residents .. f 1. II

Tuesday.Mrs. Messrs.-.H. F. and' Milton Brooks of of Orlando and has done much .

Illinois<< have been spending several toward building up the city: lie has t
> M. Katz returned home Satur- day. in the-city. Mr. H. F. Brooks
day from an extended trip to Baltimoreand owns a place in North Kissimmee and. for year been an active Christian j"

New York. with his family spent last winter here. worker and ha the esteem and respectof .

These gentlemen are highly pleased a large circle of friends. Miss Rod-
Mrs. Heidt has returned to her homeIn with our section and hope in the near was formerly of Wilmington Del., [
Tampa after an extended visit to future to become permanent residents.Mr. gers GRAPE fRUIT GROVE:
her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Griffin. but for several ;years has been engaged .

J. J. Griffin has opened his auto in Christian work under the auspices of

.,- a Mr.. and Mrs. M.. JtaU_will! be_at (garage in the new Miller building and the Christian and Missionary Alliance +r
home to their friends on Monday evening invites the patroAage -of the public
1 ,! ,.October 17th, from 8:80: to 10:30. through this week issue of the Ga- in this city and Kissimmee, Their i -

zette. Mr. Griffin is local agent for the many friends wish them the greatest '
Mis Elizabeth Revnolaa'the popular celebrated E. M. F. 'cars, on the pricesof happiness.Reporter-Star W. A. McCOOL .
trained of Orlando I* again filling ( )
nurse has \ :
which substantial reduction recently , :. : ; :..
+., '" a professional, engagement in this . ,. \
been made. Read .Mr. Grlflln'eadvertisement ...
'-city;-- -*rI -- i jTThe -- x 0.. ".:,S. Jkws Notes. -- -' 'to,'

The present enrollment of the High _
Mr. Antone Mach of Wlndemere Jacksonville Times-Union is authority -

has been in the city this week visiting for the statement that Mr. D. School. 60. T fir f,4 7 r ,/ .. s v, i" p ,$ d
his sons, the Messrs. Emil and Ernest N. Floyd, who formerly.resided in Kis- 'Miss Blanche Earl entered the tenth

Mach. simmee. but who moved to Jacksonville grade this past week. She comes from 9

R. D. Waring has the joy about tour months ago and opened a Kansas. >.
joined No. 19 East has
business at Bay street
riders In a [Inew four-cy Overland filed papers Baking, to be declared a Prof. J. O. }Kennaman, A. B., Ph. B.,
which he purchased from the Grayetonegarage.
bankrupt placing his assets at *50 and of Benton Harbor Mich., visited the
;' his liabilities at 2000. school on Tuesday.The -
.( The Kissimmee Ice and its Cold organization Storage' Messrs. H. R. Muhn and R. G. Wood students of the High Schoo1.have. .;j A4 : L,__

Company completed of Gallipolis. Ohio have been spending organized a society for the beautifyingof -
this week. and Is 'now ready to begin
business. several days in till. city. These gen the school grounds. They will -co- :
tlemen have been making a tour of n k. t ,
pperate with the High School teachers f
1 Several blocks of' new sidewalk have other sections of Florida and state that
,.. been laid in the north end of the this section has the best prospect of and the ladies of the Village Improve-

\ in the past ten day., and the good worn any place they have found. They) purchased ment Society. We already see a great

goes merrily on. a un.aeretrad from the Nelson many improvements that will add to ,
I Realty Co. in West Kissimmee. the of the grounds. y rf'
Mrs. Helen Perdew and Mrs Lena appearance" x r
-Mr. Gilbert D. Leach of The boy of the athletic association F.
c. Bame.,who have been spending several manager aN r ,
t. months with relatives at Madison. Fla., the Tampa Weekly Tribune, has beena have for the Put week been practicing t ,
returned home last week. frequent visitor to this city the past
ball on. the. lot across the.railroad
ten days, (Fatheringdata for- the TrI- '
Mr. C. W. Hilliard of .Bassmger.. is bune's big Year Book on South Florida from Capt. Johnson's residence. \-

in the city!; this week i yin attendance upon which will) be issued in a short time. A number children from the primary

court as a juryman and paid the Mr.' Leach is also writing up the different grades are practicing under the Instruction
call. sections of South Florida for the
Valley Gazette an appreciated
of Miss Plummer for an 'entertain*
Tribune his article on Osceola county '
Messrs. Johnny Johnston and Jack being published in this Issue of the Ga ment'that will be given in a few weeks'

Bass two of St. Cloud's leading merchants zette. under theauspices of the V. Y. S. .\, ar.
have been in the city this weekin

attendance upon the ounty court. The steamer Lillie Capt. Clay Johnson County Court

Jr.', encountered trouble at theI
,: There will be no preaching at the I upper end of 'Lake Kissimmae on ber (The October 'term of) the county "

tI;,' : Presbyterian church next Sunday on | return trip from Basinger, and did not court convened lOll Monday morning. ,

1"I account of the absence of Rev. S. S. ,. arrive here until Tuesday morning' A with Judge T. M. Murphy on the -
Snyder who Is attending Presbytery at sand bar had formed across the channel -
bench ., a
\d deputy clerk Jas. M. Johnston See
Glenwood. at what is known as"Nigger Ridge
r I and the boat had to cut her way through and Deputy Sheriff Bryan, in their
:, Mr. W. J. McCracken arrived in the with the stern wneel. She left again respective places. Prosecuting attorney SII.y rYr aS

J\ city from Nebraska this week with two I! yesterday with a cargo of supplies for J. L. Moon being absent on account gte*
car-loads- horses and mules, and is and intermediate paints.I .
'.. meeting with his usual success"in disposing Basinger of illness, attorney H. D. Geiger -4-

of them. I I Mr. Frank Bryan, who is now soaking .was sworn in, and represented the

his headquarters at Taft, was exhibiting state on> Monday Colonel Moon reI.umlng *4 -
for the
Mr. E. 'H. Avery sale agent '
i .L/ in this week a turpen- his duties '
Tuesday ,
been the
Fellnmere Land Co. has v
r "
tine It'parator.whkh he recently'in-. ..
;'r city this week in consultation with Col. '1 vented and is now placing on the mar- i i There were twenty-eight cases on the -

p A. Vans Agnew legal representative > I i ket- Associated with him in the mano- docket for this term nine of which

,4. of the company. I acture and sale of the separator is Mr. were continued three plead guilty, and KISSIMMEE PARK. .'

.;? In another column of this' issue will D. B. Shaler of, Taft, one of the leading twelve have been either tried or nqlle .
be found the list of and clerks naval stores manufacturers of this ,y.
( inspectors pressed, and four to be
-f f election appointed by the commis- '.section. Mr. Bryan slates that his Invention Following the more tried. Write: for our illustrated' book that describes land adjoining: ; '
has been thoroughly tested andis cases disposed of.State
0ton('ra last Monday; also list of names of A little investment will in few g
stricken from the registration books proving a most gratifying success. vs. Lawrence Sullivan improper the scene this picture. now a

_. Capt A. G. Hamilton's new concrete The Valley Gazette acknowledges the exhibition of dangerous weapon; _years give You..ojqst like:it. ...,\ :

? atone residence in South Kisalmmee is present from Mr. J. M, Willson Jr.. plead guilty; sentence suspended' upon
. with the ex- of a handsome thermometer, on which payment of cost*.
now practically complete
? of the and Captain is his advertisement It .. possible State vs. Sambo Cain .
ception porches, ,. disturbing anaesambly Kissimmee Land Company ,
Mr. Willson desired to know what the Valley
;j x; and nesday.Mrs. Hamilton moved in on Wed- ,, temperature was in the office of Flori. ; plead guilty and sentenced :: ;

: ;!da'a most widely circulated paper, but to pay fine bf 1215 and coat or serve

a :. Mr. Mattocks, of Kansas City representing we can assure him it never goes above 80 daysIn jail The defendant also "

Mrs. M. C. Fowler, who recently 96 in the summer or lower than 45 in plead guilty to another case sameoharge J. E. MATTOCKS Mgr. Klssiitittiee Plov *
made some extensive purchasesof the winter although the editor at and ,; }
real estate in this section Is spelling times is ealled upon to write some warm ,, ,sentence suspended upon :, S i

some days here look InK over the jftuff about the big thing that daily payment.of cost*." ...+ ,..... ." .,'...1. ..)-;
take this section. State
property. place in vs. Marshall Hall coavicted off
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,. ", 'I *. -MMI" . .' 'WI8111'tt1l11ee. Like livery CI:; Y.aa.1I. -i
CONTRACTING_ PLUMBER Fer-de-lance the Most Venomous We ata exclusive!: ,sales agents_ for! Peruvian i Guano in
Town m the Union, {Kecelveit if '
." I the s\ata of, florida and have just taken. i.n.a large cargo of .

; -I PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. . j)I ot All Serpents.ITS the followintfanal/sis' *
F ; ', I .. People with kidney ills want i to: bctiredf . '.

r Tiimhi- ll'riusing. Cutting Threading ,When one nutter the tortures AMONft. . . . . . . ". .., .80to' ,.
/, Pipe( STING A DEATH. WARRANT 'ot back, relief '111 1 eagerly ; .PHOSPHORIC:; ACID 14.OO to 16>>OO per cent .

la.F- Steam' Pipe Fitting Pump Work ....., I I ,'";.......... sought an aching for. There. are many remediestoday : I .f _POTASH h Actual K2O. . ..,. I.BOo', 2SO per. cenf. I h,

:- and. General Jobbing. "f, Little For a Victim. of the that* relieve but do not 'cure., We offer this jiist a* unloaded from the .hip, 'unscriwneo1;'in ]f.

-; Good assortment of BATHTUBS' LAVATORHS; CLOSETS$ .SINKS, ETC. always i in stock I Fang of, THis Terror of th. J kland< Here 1 is evidence prove that Doan's bag of 200 pounds Ach at the following.low.prices: ,.* ..: . '

\ I| *f Martlmquo-Tho Cat and the Mon. Kidney Pills cure, and the cure is last .ONE TON '.JO.O() r' : .. :

'goose Its Most Formidable En.mi.., ing. FIVE BO ;- CASH., f,, o. b. Jacksoftville -
I : I I Kverr U perfectly-H. well aware ,_ B.. F. ItallB. of Saint Cloud Ela... .. TEN TO1tSMiiutJj29. .OO \ ,,,, ...1',, I..

FOR SALE'' that there foe exists a larva umber .of say?;; "In view of;.my'experience WithDoan's 11 I. This is an' exceptional bargain/ .One' of the. many which we "

venomous serpenta-" we baVc many of Kidney Pills, I believe thorn to I share with our frieudx. a
l be a valuable remedy for. kidney I The'above hi the has of our wHIkmyn hranritt.I .
United .
tbem right here ID the States; '
: be rattler for example--but pruhabJy; trouble., 1 think my complaint/'wu I'T.Peruvian Grants Trot Sn* r. .rulu Fruit and Vine MinurtW ,-.,)
FUiflNGS ISLAND-NEAR KISSIA1MC Wouffht uii strain bark
00 otber: spot;>> lo tbe Imoworld! baa by the ) on my I. & T'l Special Orange Tree Griwer W. & T't. Fruit and VIM Mtnunreroiiin .
k from working at desk. I had jntentte '
'I my Vegelible Hinuie Itfeil Celery Fertilizer-,
has the
OnE! of the most"va.luable pieces of property in Florida- Now' I 'French sucb a deqtb Island dealing of Martinique reptile ai, oestllng PUIIIH through 'my kidneys and j! ........ .

food interest on the i : the secretions from these organs were
Spaying investment
10 tbe limpid blue waters oftbe Carlbi- Cota'ja '' .
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer .
unnatural and too frequent" in passage :rnJlle..L :
Seven city lots in Kissimmee. close in. I: beao ... It U tbe Cer-de-lance, .act. 'I also containing, a heavy sediment De. i .
entlflcally known as Trlsoncepbalualaocclatua !
I tiding to check the trouble if possible, .- - ---------,. .
that can: beyond tbe shadow i
I procured upply of Doan'a Kidney
ot a doubt .lay claim to being the
I Pills and began their use. Relief soon '
... 1 moat deadly serpent of the eartb. Ita tl
-. : tine moans almost certain death, t: followed and after I had finished the J

>4i.+talii Ywi4uasii+N...................esi4itI4*. There 'are eight dladnct yartetl_ i contents of a few boxes; I was in good .
'r : I the moat 'common being a'dark gray health. I am pleased to give Doan's 11"N. F' BASS

Full lice School Supplies especially I : and black'speckled, which Coloring Kidney Pills my strongest; endorsement I .
J I nabiea It to conceal ItaeU easily '

\i deMir lied for (Oseeola High School : I among roots and.stumps ot tree. An For l Bale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.

I other variety U a clear bright yellow, Foster-Milburn Cb..Buffalo, N. Y., sole .1 CONTRACTOR: and BUILDER I
PRICES LOW and (QUALITY! GOOD i i ir and when bidden In tbe freshly cut agents for the United States.
cane It can hardly! bo distinguishedfrom Remember the nameDoan'and .
tbe stsJks. It may-al.o be a dark '
**....*** .. I General
take qthers., Does Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti-
........ .. yellow or coal black with a ;yellow,
j ball ------ -- .. mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether
; (
tt la not a large anake.' rarely ex- Preaching at St. Cloud It be a Two-Room Cottage, or a Tourist Hotel.\ !

Kissimmee CoQiiiXKiv"STOCK fire feet In length and ID circumference --
'i I. Drug Ii c.eding
approximately tbe alee of Sunday school every Sunday at 9 :30 Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN SWELLS
a. m. Church service at 10.30 a. m. and
ih which he has met with the
a child's arm. I'o repeat, tbe sting greatest successof
.......... ............. ................................ I means almost certain death and at 7.30 p. m., also on the third _SufMay; any man in Florida.< .
of each month at 3 m. Christian Endeavor -
should Dot the service of a physician' p.

or "panseur." .. the natives call him, every Sunday at fi.'U: p. _m. Give him your work and itquicklydone.

bo obtained within a fiery short Owe will be well and' Kissirnmee, FI a.
-- -- : tbe venom doe Its deadly work tbe

flesh grows cold, softens, "becomo I i

t pulpy change In color quickly begins ,

to spot, sad a great cbllln! .
( ; of. I creeps tbrougb tbe blood. This last FENOLEINSECT
..p only' a few minutes-possibly half an +

hour-then death "
If tb" victim is .fortunate enough!: to THE CASH STORE
fall and Winter Goods I get a I physician upon tbe ,scene host. f
; haste and no artery or vein baa been .
pierced (here la hope-JUKI ji falut $ First Door North of Postoffice
hope-but even If life Is saved the danger i !
Is not entirely removed for In
;an1 notr'url'IVintdniI, <
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many cases necrosis of be( tissues, fol t There you will find SHOES, }HATS i
s tows The flesh corrupt< and falls from i I

- the bones, and the,. body nioldcr IK DIstlactlTCly Meritorious PrtpirltionPrAcvrotiHve DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, allot best :
does a tree

CALL AND SEE THEM of There treatment la. hgwover.often brought a l borolc Into met hod u-r of Conttjlous' Diseases.! t- quality and lowest prices. :t .

by (bo ,Martlnlqunna \I'1" the tin
mediate amputation of the leg or firm INSTANT DEATH TO f Call Before Buying Elsewhere +

r If -the sting happens to be In cither
Bed Suit, Flats. Reaches. Mattu'ttes' Flits
Even this hat to be done at once and + +
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H. C. STANFORD COMPANYAkout before tbe venom circulates through Destrort GenII ant. Steal zea me Ems al i I

. tbe system There are in t>e seen. I Insects; Foil Ofirt lie Puridel br r itt Use I -- ....... - -. -- .--
today upon the Island ninny niitlves' I -
r i with lIf\Jbll missing, and In (he
; 010.1 o ,0
I Jorlty of cases II I"! the -t-eiult ef

ing tbe O1o'h..t.or cane knife. HP OSCEOLA PHARMACY
>, .
.a a _
I piled after an experience: with a fer-<'le-j I
lance J oiani.VToeaI
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Tie fer-de-lanre Is a fighter -and ne)| I I -

._ - --_._ ,- -- mistake about ngRreasivj and l |>ugoaOous ; -' ST. CLOUc:: = LA
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.. and dotpeetlculmal., with
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I tbe exception stand a M' '
tbe cat an oue .
FOR ... SALE .
fn HAVE IfOR .
Very'KXM1how( |naOattle. Pussy '. FULLLINE OP .
.: ; ,:, .. h <; ?' -" ' ,, , about nine ease"..out of ten, will coma '.No. 1 Orala; Lime, ; HARDWARE:: : ..
:/ : GENERAL '
: .
{ " I ". ,.. "; \t"" out of tbe with colors. eying 00' .., I"
j 'dq\. ,. scrap No.;:1 King Winger Cement i'Ipter I "

.'.k._''.'.''1 : .... lijill e-7,\\ih',1'(''"' ..p. t Ii''jl"f.\',-",.--...... -. ;-0--..' _. ,..'''''."'y.';""','.1 "' ',causo quite'asyfulek of tb( fact: 'n'movement that .It Is apparently and at the 4;iL'l' :;,.;.i 'N6.' ,,l',' Firt. r"ick, :'. .: i//c',I.._. (-...;'-I'\atttlrtit,1 ervatydDihoa; 'Faralture.Petal.;'.' Fan Line.ltllsaadyaeai.hoinereewar.offoet.a' ..fitr.l..hlna.lhst.jr I: ;. |Crock'\ *

same fine: uses :si-hut may be termedrliijT'seneralshlp Carload\ \ CvprfSR Lath: ou the roaHNi andCm Ladien' Mo**> f ,
,y _ _
t *<
Atd ; ;" (t''nn, i t
Where I In, but one animal other than'the GRAIN I fEEl> AND FKRTIUZERS -
Firr "',ilr. at r. a.niai.iKissimmee i. :., -
Florida"and oat I hat successfully "BK/ <" war,

upou the (1'rd..IIu..l' It It the nun I Granitoid WorksIMIKIH.HV (,rnc"ry Li...aLcr>. from w.t (loud llot.-l I
Imported from India
gaotf tkhueuinoni. I lIar.twlill'trf.:; IVnn Ave, near llth St.
,,r vT a number of years ago( fur the II u.r.-r.-i M*r I
.. sole jiurpono of getting rid of thai 1 OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST tlteat-. for I-I.LI.KP at JOHNSON' !
Works Kroa lwa t
on \ sir
; FarM
-- :: value: : in-- snakes Midland, 1 llailroal: Pump KnalaaoPrompt: .

or tbe weasel, family\ and looking i, -
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Very much HUa\\; It, this little animal is n.

absolutely fearless ao far au HuaWPs GASH INHTALLMK1TH!'
:Farming, ancFCitrus<: are coucerntd and will just as readily Bargains:
tackle one five feet In length ns one
a foot long From the inonfeooie the I i Peas Ave. betwccs lOlh s.d llth Deliveries

I .ler-de-lan'e will !nee but It cornered (Eln all kinds of Real Estate tOt tC) '

J' Fruit Lands Orange i will put 1u> a great Qgbt. using every Fire and Life !Insurance a.nArmour's I .
trick( at Ita command useless ---
iI Fertilizers. Renting ,
sort of contact However for within I
and Collecting Rents a a ft J1
? a abort time It will be stretched out ,,
,- I lifeless Specialty. Taxes paid for I Prepared for any kind of work in

Groves and City Properties : A battle between these two natural Non-residents. 1 JIlBBiiBiiB.Biiin: the State.
enemies IM( well worth witnessing!: It I
Is 'never a "limited"fight, but to a R. O. MEEKKissimmee All work guaranteed. Pricesreasonable.

finish always and probably the snakes .

Write or call on by this time Have come to understand 'I 'to furnish
Fla. Well Driller 'Also prepared and install
that when they enter such a combatIt I I
deep well Pumps and Engines.
Is with the odds greatlr again.

: : them. Dot fail to get my estimates. All contracts
:R. D. .BARING & CO. Tbe mongoose I la quite as clever a Osceola County Equipped With ne. filled. promptly.
ft L and that -- --
ring general! as tbe cat uses j'
I gift to advantage Strategy" more than Abstract Best Cable Machineryadtvd MORGAN C. BRITT Oqoee. Fla
State Bank Building; I strength! Is Its ascot I t Company : w
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I When and if the awake
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Kissimmee: Florida sees no avenue of escape. It prepares' -

.' I for battle aa doea tbe mongoose bat G. P. GARRETT. Manager.Real I :
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In a more leisurely manner. It takes
.. $1.15Bartow
Y' about one minute for them to get fully estate
Y I prepared There U no shaking hand examined and rted:
'. Titles : reX> ou
YL. --1- + .' n' ao to speak aa by prizefighters. Taxes paid for non-residents
Tbe circle about the Instruments relating to real estate
L. <' .. mongoose reptile .
,, '1 r always at a safe, distance and carefully drawnCorrespondence' a'nd'
I i.-: I "drawing fire," Inviting: It by moving I )' Solicited.TAILORING -' ReturnFROM

v : I closer and closer to dart oat Its bead .

r '; A.CE3:: : BROS.i: i and then quickly Jumping out of ,- - --
: harm way It torment* in every KISSIMMEE
possible manner cacuing the. make to
', i change position time and time again
,i Livery Feed and Sale Stable : I! VIAATLANTIC f
tiring It by forcing a strike again and .
1 T>
again wtfhout ever reaching the objective
* _< !, Agt. International Harvesting Co. . _
point. At last log opponent U aa art few achieve but COAST LINE
A; -:4 KINnS: :IiEAVY: fiAVLI1V: GF.t ;. : at acme particular disadvan .
..t .: tags the mongoose; spring forwardquick ANDERSON & liYNUM
: .. Account of Reunion Florida U. C. V.
; aa a bolt of. UcbtnlD.atcb.;
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fJ. \ : ," )*" ;Everything new ; first class. We render prompt. and J
'.- It firmly with the teeth behind the DARLINGTON AVE.
'" ". :satisfactory service day or night. triangular bead. abate. possibly two, Tickets on sale October 17th, 18th and 19th. v Final Limit-October 22nd.
.. Iicel .All Others (1e KissiainiineB
..', !": '.' : N HALF. BLOCK! FROM PASSENGER DEPOT S no more-and In 1 loan time than lrfito -.. 'Rate from other stations in Florida one cent per mile diatarce travelled plus
tell It the ter.cb-1aDca la .dead it* I *|M do th. BEST 25 Cent ,

; ' .1\. ;:: -tftesimmee, Jla. Phone 113 : vertebra severed-New Tort Tlroo. I Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing For information, call on nearest Coast Line Ticket Agent. or I

......... .... .............. The coda !hav* attached almost a* Y. R. BEASLEY T. P. A., Tampa. Fla. J. G. KIRKLAND. D. P. A.

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-The-GRAYSTONE' -OLb 'ITPUNISHMENT.f ,! ( TO THE / GOOD KOUSE-. Notice 'of 'Election.T ..-. j Notice of'Election.'' :--.f .

'-ALWAY'. OPatN"pbiTsAii" --.- 40 ,. _____ ,
.--....... .n)' .f a D."in; ;h. Stock* F.rFit a -- \ :
- of Bad Tmpr. ; KEEPERS THE_LAND the 8herlir; lif OMM Count Suit of Florida .Whereas. tb. Ix-tfUiatuw. of )-, under the j 1 1Cuaxtituilon I. e ne hp ; .

Office 1ldr, Cottase and Ixftsi eor. Itroadway 1 A record on tile iD tb*' library of congress I B. It'k noon thkt, MC, < ljiyCrawfoieieers-: ot 1XM.* of the Mite' ol Florida, did B.Utl i

and. polaaM Avenue Whol.or ID ptrt contain: ao account of, tbe ad. iF0WERS UryofSUUiof the taUr of' Florida'do h.r.bydv pan IhN-o. i Hlit. RMMilutlous, proposinf amendment -I
-- notlM that a General" Election will a.e braid In ) w the Constitution of tbe State of -

Two iCottaa-ebaiji,- -. cf-cbool,--1 hou-.. '. t' eotur::.. 'of, a certain Hubbard, ,WLO I : Owioote County, fut of Florida on Tuwday: mzisuceA Ida,.nd the acme *..r. agreed to bv a FlO"'t BARBER .

QraiiK*Orove on elaytoad. was.sentenced In Boston to tbe stocks ln* th. Art Mondayln/ Nvvwnbvr A.. D. tbree-flftbiof alt the. members stUffed to SHOP .

for baring indulged hi all' n",arraoL. 191%). the Mid Ti...d..r brine the' I.buus*.].thrfit "he votes .n said Jolflt ewolntli* .

Apply: to H. W. THKHMAI TtieCimyiiCira Hotel able 8t'*of 111 temper, says Harper'sWeekly. Don't ), : ''' riCHTH BAY OF NOVEMBERFor were entered upon' their ril ectlv Journal' '
I aIp-oieh.N T lui track thixiunh a ew..
When, be .bad taken btft seat ,era and dralaa-and then over diahea and eatablae, Itepee.ntetlve i from the lid Comrrwuiuiml | w 1th yeas and. : nays theruon and they deter"* CcUBrInksC1ars 1 < -

for tbe day there along a drove I and trail dl......... jrermaend a 'ulthy uT>lw>nous DlJtriot cf Florlda.4n the Slxty-wtom, Cqncrr.* i mine and direct bit the aid Joint Resolutions
inBLLLOCKREAL of odor Uirou swine wblcb seemed to cast I Kiszlrnmd4F1a
} upon I .... For Two. ,JuitloMfif the Puprrm Court of $h a..n..rsl. BlecllKO III| J tov.rnher, 1910, ..
him those leering looka that only fat I .
r a .I J I Now. ..
I .. But f tlorlda. therefore, I. H Clay CrawfuVil. Heere7
pig can bestow. A *dog tolloed... sniffing ' ---.J(; Fur Ont. Member of the 110.... of. lUprmrntJ J''\ t Of BlatH for On State uf Florida dn herelivHH

at tb* prisoner's feet and 'making I atlvn. oKh.8t.t.of Florid.. Qofjce hat s fHtnor" Election: will\ be held

ESTATE feints-unpleasantly approaching real, Far Two1 RallitMl Commlmloncr. of tli. sut.. uf In ,'"<'li">.lIuly1n FiorMaon' Tueaday nest suerwdlnn HENRY SASS

Ity of biting him. Tben a cock mounting I Florida. I llm'flrxt Monilaj-\ In November A. DliilOj Tl: :

l7SU? RANciExamination to tbe very top of tbe stock ,Asfi.e'Roacbpepper' For i;cMimty' Juds.. I 'I! the .said Tumday: bring the eighth day of -

For Prxwecutinv Atiomey 1 Novtlmln'r. fur the futlfliMtloui or rejeotlun of
crowed bis derision upon tbe victim I ; j I l>ICA LicK JN\ A '
.. For County AMwiwor of Taxen the nalf JpIiU JieiiuliitJonB "ro'.lnll amend '

of Titles i below. and presently a rough fellow. I'lldu ".11..1 I menta I. the after Indulging In ugly taunts threw I 'Sureshoi For :" ..or County TrewurerFor ill : Staple and-Fancy,! Groceries ". "

at hIm fetid toadstool and dead _.
a Five County; ComnibuiiuneniroriOirca . I '-
YfS "
Specialty. : anake I Me"ipb..T. of the ''vunly B<*rd of -p ... ''' .
-ENATK! JOIiT KfOLtTION. l'rn.Po.dngao "-
Then an, Indian appeared who In a Public lnatruttin'For AND COUNTKV PUOPUC&KISSIMMEE 11
I I Aiuentfmem to XlX'ol the OonxtltlonI
-'. .Ju.U.,. of the Pence. In and for the follow-
drunken fan
rage. stimulated' by some .
Correspondence Solicited. I IFfrCon..bleln."d I I .I l the ;tale. it Florlcla.1"1 to the Manu. '
I lnT. Jlinllc DlHtrlclJJ vll: Nu *and "':
. .u. I clod injury rushed at Hub bard with I ",,t turn. and ale. or Other DlHiukal of IntoxIrailnn . .1'
for the foliowimp ,luetlceDitriete FLORIDA
a tomahawk Intending uuth I \ Ll :f 'i'.
probably CJLAM3: IltOIb': T8 ANt . '.
: ISn..I'C1'8. vie: Boa 1. 2. an'l ". .
Ing worse however than to Rfvp him I IKII rmolvwl l>y OIL- !Ixk-KlnlHtmrn of the State of .;
W. S. HARWELL H tIt al] inHecbi. d.'t and "..rm.. loduc a theIlihor In toalllnony whrrtHif. 1 have hereuntoMt ..10.10111 tl'
a severe fright wulch be certainly mvreeded ... .
of cleflmnw over "n half. For Roaches my hand and afTVuwl the Qroat I ".
In doing' and 8..ld..r( ,. throw KfiWhpeaper avalnHt the wall ttaf. lliut Art'l I i.. :x I X..f the (.'on"WII\t, oil of tI.. _ .. __- '-'-_-.- .- ,'J.. .
[ t L. S. ] Sea.1 I uf thd of Florida. at TallithaaR : ; .s-
; with MjHKm: fiprlnklea hitle where you ..I".p.y ltal,. <,ij. Fh.rblat0'7'ifl'the' chloe Is hereby. '
REAL ESTATE; Help cnnie from air unexpected: juar .. <,o"r..h...... and eaUhliB and H will get them all. ..e.. the. Capital, thim the twen. s." an to rsxl ... fallow: F. H. TENI >
tar for nt that moment an old bull For Mot h. and, "llv..r liuit. .cattura littleRiMithpeiiptr lyninthday pf Aurum' A. D, 191.. 'INS -; :tSurveyiiig
Public at Large Ariitlp XIX uiwtlun J.
Notary The
I .. manufacturebartt
over .rpe\.A* and M. and among
I came tearing down (be road Ills attention cli.>thcn and f urn. and, they will he ttafe from all acl. .ol. .r 'irfxchuiigti\ ol all Itituxlcattiigquoit f
Offiep over ilobfiBon's I'hrwcy was attracted by. I the stocks.irid i l, deftrueiiv innedaFor . ] Secretary *f Stat.-- tuft tM.rHKtB, U b'IJa.r iilrttnoiiK, ... i
KISS1VMFK.: ; : FLA. Ant.., mix JtOArlAJ.teI) "qU Sulphur wqunlportH To <'ban. I" frcvalt. :;
with a roar he prepared for a I VI1l0" (.t mutt, ar< hfr'bv forexir pruhibile.i]

charge Yu, Weevils. mb. one bo* ol lUjmchpfppcr) In Sheriff Ormolu 'oiinly 111 tlj<..Slate olHorida.. txnpl alcufaul for nm
ftvtimund uf oUll.tur| l und nprinkle among >our 1 nut.h'nlitk) m..h.lltra') .... I
or .J
Alar HUMi| lilt. turn the Navagedai.hed corn Thin: will I be ontiuirli to protect M (> IviHheln.Itur I I purpimeH: <1I 1\
hhi.. M .. I-ltaH and d ..lit* ft.r.srentpuil' uurtM. >HiM. t.b. nile I
) off The bull mnde a dash at fviuitoe B<* BUKU An Ordinance
mix one'box I 1.00o1"'I'.r" | in Hiuait of Kerotunctlru \\,1 which HI'nj.i) .] und wine for the ).ui.urpoMi I Drafting
tbe storks und earrl] away ,tile corner , 11.1. onre a month to oil floor* and I wood work I An OrdliiHiin. Pn.liibilh-t I tin.. b a U <"r Oulivvry < rtbKid. tl,...11 In r
"WT;&_ "'"VV'It-rt-r: :: : :: i pool but without wen" Tracing the
object of his apparent( nub, Wbetber' rinin whir) ewnetinr "ill. all tiHcao .fcermu. \\'dKlllliK "f. 1(r H1h.. llllli. ot I IxlUcr\ |iw-- lUi A l h.. ..ufo, 1-), .lil. ul 1 the liltltlllluUM Of : ( .
PHY H-IAs AMI I; R'.KO'kIIIKNc I he waH" dlxfniHted b; the little be bat) FUirK will) !leave and m..ui".. will it..t enter lie H Ori: I lM ol I tin City, <,il Ibis A Mi,';,, OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL -
I wher it IH lined anil ft ... will *UdJHa|,pear. U.* ,
I'UONBOrFICK KlHHIMMKRFlXJHIUA.. accomplished or lila animosity was I thin *..rn? hotuliori with machine oil can or brunharoun KiMBiiiiMiietiMtinll St< .t Thlv "rtU ,, Hhall yo Into tff(.it, authefirxt .

J''ONIt17 : thus sfltl.fle..rioll. flml. if toipofnUounanufn dm <'f .hll,. A l> Hit KISSIMMEE. PtA
infttnilv and, $wirym. their e..*... For lied Uutn. "-l 'itrinf or 'l'.alii'g iu ire., nor .tn> ag;'nt
aDd shaking bin heud. much to tbe relief IJce Hi. -.* etc nib the .lx.Jy. thoroughly with .
) '( fIr raploxT ol MUili |i<'r on Arm <>r !'orl'"ra.tIon. .
& D. s. of the Raid Uubbard thtn ""IIIIvn] For I Pleas. on tmui. and Lice ni pi... I
W. W. CARSON thin name mixture ,in uredeatl AI.... ror miteH nor coy iIUVr. of mi<'II l corporatian shallMttl
I And hen the unfortunate roan was : round roodl and "" .1. of your poultry houne In iirdnllvtr nhort'weiUt( l I'... that fHlonnjit A' JOIN1 ItEMJIUTION pruuomnH AmendUK r FlORIDA REAL[ [ ESTATE[ [fOR SALE -,

DENTAL PARLORS! left In comparative pence to bin own perfectly harrrl. txi manor animalpt. If the of a Inca "llIht tlmn, Ibvquaiitity \punhawvly 'iiu* to ArHule \ of the oiiHlltutlcin uf I be .
I odor of kerewne i I. unplnaJtant to you add one Slut" ufs.1'lor|>l.. Iti-lKtive to U>e Judiciary
RIVERS BUILDING I meditation and tbe cutting sleet of a t t I ounce ot oil of m..n.. cttronellaor. muutafrma toftch tht* tonHiiint.1 MlullierHiKh ucla b. mad I'epaninent.He Beautiful winter horn sites ltuat xl. I)

OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY November da |, quart For licks and f'liea on ntock. mix Incljy for valuab!<' onHlrterallon or bjniwnHUf In the Lake Region o Florida. .f-
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I one box of fioachpepper in quart of IIn_. cot- of It Resolved b) the Legl'utture of lI.e Slateof .
\ TO,2 PHOIIS Ivn..e. or Ii.h..1 It will kIl.1I tick and keep tlikeu nr oth<'r vvldencori VHIIble FloridaThM Trucking and Fanning Land. in large 'f.
HOURS I ftie > Btock t4 houm and For cormiIratiiiSocliuti I .
OpFIOt away rom lonver
I ., TO 5 11* A DINNERS. l the followli f araondm"nU-lo Article V or small tracts. .
COURSE OF : innectH, on m( lona. Miuajtti cabbage-eukee. toma 2 All itf sold ty" uny pornon flr.... '
| foes and, pepper mix one box of Koachpepper in the of the of t the State of Florida rela \lf
fiye pound.. .*.h ea of powdered loam: One riorporatloo itHli upon RIVERS D.; It Include. Ro..t.d P... .* a Substitute : or two application will free your plant from all "- wpigliifl. 1,V the wller or liy the iniroiKred .
T. jft. Jft. 11 For CoHee.In i InfMGtH. For hog < bob'... mix a .-...'..... ofKoachpepper .fti'nl-or niplnyee ol the fiollvr lrther.ot Hivtivni 19. 4\1 l and 41 of laid Article, be List your property with Inc for quick ."
In one" g.l Ion of water give. to each be mude at flip Bclli-r' r"'IOr'lo' other and the name are h"r<'by agreed to and shall b* ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON a little book called "The Ecooom I pig once a month a. H preventive. analnxt. cholera .I.llv..r submitted tot the eletton of the Slate at the ales. ';
btthfr bt limdi by
and other dineaH s. I or flea on dogs and mangeIntx plac..lor buHlneitii ttT .t "
"Iral' Housekeeper. published- about the a box of Kuachpepper! in pint of melted cotolene .- "an"n "r ortur ehltlt! the main to lx fiir- lr"n"ral..I..llou to be held on the ft ret Tuendav .:1

Ofllce over Osct-ola t'barmacy year 1840. -there hi given on one page or lard For: sorehead and, JiKtrem ontitckena (Bind. h)' the nollur: provultil "Hid Inalmll, after the first Von
PHON1.S.' ( llesldence 53 "A Course of Dinner For a WealL"At .rub For thia Sand name Hliea mixture and and.1..under... mix wlligeformitepi. one not 'be 8. wclnkm unle.. the pare' re- forrallfCthon or rejection, towllSec : ,

}r onlce 148 the time of It* publication the Uttle box of Koachpeppcr. in five Kalkina of trona' calL qn"NIH It.Hnetion4.. :IB From and after the adoption of Ihcae Box 175 KISSIMMEE. FL.A.W.O.BASS.
water and iprinkle around your yard a couple' of amendments. the < rlmlnal L'ourtof Record in
Is .
book was most popular a. provedby A violation ol Ibe provinlon
tt.IhroulJb tlieeeaaon and it will clear them and for Kicaiobla County shell be known. ..the
the author preface Jo the second all out. For poli hinir enamel ntckle bra**, ail- Ihli Ordliianuc' l.hall Itf imnli-hiMj .by a One 01
Dr. F. G. ThomasonPHYSICIAN revised edition She __ 'Y..r or gold A.he Roach pepper. outshine them. not more than Twent>.tire Dollar, or hy: imprlmmrnrnt Court of Record In and for >ad bounty and In '
sax- rail Aahe Kuachpepper. contain no poiiion. has addition lo their pre..ent jurisdiction th. said
for not than Thirty Day. ory
"ftucouniged: by the very favorable no" odor ia haryoleirn to man or animal. But.ureehot" more court and the.judge thereof. bal: Eavrambla.
and SURGEON have to all 1118 Cte". duct and vermft *. ]> both ikifh fineand. tmDrlnoilinentB
recepUo.Q.tb..1: our humble labor county concurrent with lb. CIrcuit -
>n 4 All Ordlnanco, or parti of Ordliiamcv. .
Residence 126 met in tbe rapid Hale uf the Orat edl- -i CENTS A BOX. In conflict herewith toe, aud lIe name Court of .iiaild county and tbe Judge thereof Wholesale and Retail. 3

Office Phone 1'4. finn of l.&OO\ copies lu about fifteen AS'ii' 'S- ri'punled- tie issue original Jurisdiction of all other
kndconeume. hereby Doilerir.
lVATfiAULT Kill. rUt.und Mice are I--i :
weeks arid tbe demand still continuing them without any odor. Two rat*p.o.duce Read ArKt arid tHcond tiniu and unanliioiiR1 easel a'(id matter and the same power and authority

D A. VANS AGNEW we have Improved tbe Urn by endeavoring 1.000.1'.1". Kill the two now with Aabe'tataault I pelllt'd In uptn Kenaloa. thn| I 1-tli day of t>rntemtMir. to laiue all writ .. the Circuit Court of
L I 26c a hex If your dealer doe not keep aid
to make tbe present edition Anne. Koachpepper and Rataault, have them A D. 1910. county and the Judge thereof excepting '

I more worthy of patronage. If polble order from the Tampa Drur Company: Tampa.or Attest: capital oem,a, and the power to Summon and Fresh -.Beef Pork and f
roover-fitewart Drug Company. Jackaonville
empanel a grand I
I ATTOJlJfKY AT LAW..... .. JaW J- than the Oral"Therefore 4.1-1 H. J .ILHEUT. T. M. KlVtKB jnrv .
I Clerk Pre'iidnrit of Council The aaroe rule*of prooedur! and paotlce..s
NOAARY PUBLIC | It 1* probable that tb.
Approved IhlH Uod day of ", ,,,\ember. A. D. rights uf trial by judgeaad lltom and refereea,
"course of-dinner*" wbk oUow. was which obtain in aald Circuit Court, shall obtain Mutton I.
KISSlMMEK.hLR. : / Notice of Stodkholders MeetingThere 1"10. T. M MURPHY
considered admirable at tilt time: (Ma A i.) Major of < ity i>f Ki...lnimee. In said Court of Kecord. The Governor ..

".ond.-Te. coffee or cocoa wit* will to* meeting of the aloik holder* may, in bin discretion order any one of the

J. W. SIMPSON: mincemeat bread and butter In winter of The Water. A: .Caraon (Jro" ry (. rnpaiiy In Circuit Judges of the State to. bold one or more PHONE 4-i.

bread and milk In summer the raHldrntll oBc( ..t'h.. Stat Bank of KI. Notice of Application: to Sell Real i torrrn or parte of term*of said Court of Record. ,

DENTIST. Tuesday-Boiled dish with apple .oIm..... on the 9th Apr of November. 1810 at7'aO Estate Bee 40. The Supreme Court ol the State shall .

.dork in, for/the of oonnldarnn have appellate) Jurisdiction. In all cause of '
dumplings. .
Upstairs In Katz: Iiul1dinr.lOmcB ( of the..h..wr 'the Notice U hereby given that the nnderalgnedKxtciitors which jurisdictIon U ranted to aald Court of '
of .
an arnena-rji-iit
( c.w.
Boasted baked
-Wednesday- or meat. '
will! tenUnesit
of the Ia>t and Record. .

Hotnust } V j:3o.. Lo.m. :.3Om.12 m.. with bread 'pudding.ThursdayBroiled.. make corporation It ,irt extending perpetually.O. ftc. term of .eplHtenne... to Pirolvil II:. .oder.deemed will make>ppli. proaecuted Appeals from the and sid writs Court of of error Record. akin to the be Grtffinvtr. .; > .\

r ateak or fresbOsh. cullon M 1h* lIon T..M. MurphyCouzltJ Jndst> .
Telephone No. 16 Jun 6, lyr N.C Supreme Court In accordance with the laws '. '
with baked rice pudding. of OBOOola CoUDl, Slate 01 Florida, In Probate. and rules gOverning such proceedings from the ;i
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42.4L Pr..kleht, ;
Friday-Baked. beana. with baked tecretiry.Notice on Monday, the 3<1h d.)'of October, 1910 'at 10 Circuit Court to tbe Supreme Court.Boo. ; EANCY : - '

Indian pudding. -. a. m, on.s'aIl dal".lor an order authorising the 41. All tbe provisions of-the Constitution : :: Groceries .
.WH..L UN. JR..' aie. the Bald Executors: ol the -
J.M. "Saturday-Salt codfish boiled.. with Application to Sell Real at private aal by and Ml laws enacted In eonaonanoej. therewith .. .
K following dencribed I real _.-.ute, In raid OKla *- pertaining to the aald Criminal Court of <"
PUBLIC.. ) apple pie. Estate. ;.
i NOTARY i ounty to-wlt: Record and the officer* thereof Including the -
-1 STAIH AT LARGK. ) "' Sunday-Morning. baabed alb and Notice I. hereby, given that the undernla-ned. The North<..ut quarter of the NorlhMBt quarter manner of the appointment election and tire -.-

coffee, noon bread sod butter. cheese .. adminiatrator of the _tate of C. A. Cum. otHvi.tlon; Peventeen In Township Twenty term of office and aonpenaatlon of tloffloera MEATS -

Real Estate Agent. pie doughnuts." minor. deeeaaed. will make application to the BI| nonllk of Range Twenty nine taut. hall apply with like effect to the said Court

It U a suggestive paragraph which Honorable Minor 8. Jo_ judge. of the CircuIt listed at Kboilnimee. Florida. tlil 21t day of of Record and the*oBoers thereof except a* '

[ KISSIMMEE.FLORIDA appears OB the same page Court of the County of Oacola and tttate of Bepleniber A. D 1110. provided ) by'the amendment The present "\ :,. ,

grtiund. Florida on Monday the 17th day of November. C. O. A. LO1>ER. offleen or'Mld Criminal of .09, -
"Peas roasted and are an Court Record,shallbebeoMoereoftez4Cou4ofaord .
J910. at ten o'clock; m. or aa soon thereafter aa Trademen'a Trout Company, IDellv'el'7
: '
H. D. GEIGERAttomeyotLow excellent substitute for coffee. and you 1 and discharge ; at Any Hour :
Every Day
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: ;.. :0;;
the application can be heard for an order authorities An Bx-r-utoniollhe lant will and teatamrntofnnlvHl tbe dutie and .... '
.b. the
." emolument .
would hardly know which 1* beetToutb' me aa aald adminiatrator to cell at pub- K. fxtdi'r, d"c"aHed. i of the nwpMtl office until the .expiration Patronage Solicited .\\;'
Companion. lie ..... all of the ]a.... bek.ging; to aaid eetat*. P A VANS AONEW. Att iney, their prment Brma of offlce. The eatery of .I'' .

State Bank Bldg.Kiasimmeer situated in Oaeaola county, aald $tate. _wit' - . -._ --- ------- the Jodfewf said Court of Record shall bet. North Kissimme Pbon.Now:' B '..t

Value ef the Kangaroo's Tall. Lot Twelve ((11!). aa ahown >:y flat of "Eden" In thousand and five hundred dollars .
a year, payable -
Florida So Important 1* the kangaroo's tall South Half )4)) of S"" (28)). Notice of Attachment quarterly by the douoty of Eseambia, and ----- --- -.-_ .if

-. -= := ==-=== In his rapid progress that experienced Towruhlp Twenty-five (26)) aouth of Ra.nv. State of Florida I j may b* increased; by the 1Aa1.lature. .. ---li. '
rwenty-nine. east being In tbe southwest Fourth. Oaeaola Count 1 '.::1.
hunters \wltb gun are accustomed to From and after the expiration of the term of :: :
( -a) of Aid section In County Judo.'. fourt.To 011\\.,. of the praaen Judge tile
Judge of said
fire at tbV point where this appendage JilaoEiockelB.J and K of R. H. P. Droughfa Detroit aloat (;'. Detroit Ulchlnn.. Court of Becord lhall bold hla office for }

r-M---t: L Joins tbe V dy. when the tall being addition to the *raef KlaairnaM City according You an hereby: notlnd that a Writ of Attach' veersf four Artesian Wells -

disabled. IO..IU office of balancing the : to th* plat filed |.. the Clerk' Office.. aald I Inset baa bean laauad agaInSt :you and your prop.' -----. -.--- ,

animal 1s <'tu.Uy stopped aa If county: for tfi. !flllnc and recording! Deeda.etc. arty attached: to aatlafy the demand A. J.Urimth. . _

I Real state Agency. hamstrung ai Hit elsewhere except Aim the following daacrlbed. lands In Hlllabor.oush . amoontlnr to fifty dollar. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing. an Amendment DRILLEDANYDEPTH
to Section Thirty five of
Art tele
V of
.i i with rtfl bullet or at point blank C."rit:>. StaLl of Florida Now unlaaa :you ikon appear before T. M. klurphy. .;
.............---.--..-. a Lot S in Block 2 of Eldorado SubdivUlon.Lot . County Jodc* of amid rooMy In and for said tbe Constitution of Florida, Relating to Establishments -
rang the kangaroo I* pratt likely of Courts Let Me
*. 10.. J3. Block I of Eaat N.breck.USIgIIt.S ..' couaty. at bla oflloe at Klaalmm 1 *. o. the M day Flpre.Wltb You ,
Realty bought and sold. get off. One peculiarity of tb* kangaroo Subdivision. of October.. J JO. at 10 o'clock In.he forenoon. Be it Resolved. by the Legislature\ .of th* State .-

Houses rented. I .Is that. after being started up. he Lute 9. 10 13, Block I_of Eaat Nebraaka Judgment will b*rendered sarmlnat...... and your of Florida: I 'lDteeSatlsf.ctloa I -
Taxes and Titles ver- rarely swerves from hi* course That the following amendment Section Thlrtyflveof
paid very Belghte. Pnbdlvlahm.Lota property sold to pay: the dbt. ,. 4
i ified for non-residents. through which peculiarity be I* easily 1. B. e. Block 3 of hat N.......... HelghtaBubdhrlaion. Dated till 16th day of August A. D. 110. Article V of the Constitution of Plor .
Ida Is hereby agreed to sod shall
potted by, hunter who conceal H. D. G IGER. proposed .' I..
"r Accident In-
re. Life and and submitted lo the elector1 th. State tor.pproy.1 H. N. BRATTON | .
4 ReaL Bubdlvlalon.lot Si-tf tar
themselves while a man on horseback Lot 19 In Block of Tampa Attorney PlaintifF :
or rejection at the ,
surance. peat general election .
6 la Block 2 of,A bury Park Subdlvlakm.Lot )
herd toward tbem.
Indemnity Bonds. drive the . S In Block'"H" of Randall' College BillSubell..lolo. Notice hereafter that Is toaay', said Section Thir J- a :;.
.J - -- ty-five of said Article .
shall be
l.} ... amended so aa to .
Notice U hinby fvn to all hoMIng ,
.y. v ww lnsot Wonder.. paraon read aa follows -
Nothing can exceed tbe perfection of Dated Klailmmee.. Florida. October Hh. A. D. clalnu or demand against the **tat* of N....... BM IlL Mo court* other than ....... ...w,.. ...O...e>..........

1MO. C. Oliver deoaaawd. to present the same, duly.- hall be ......bltlbe4 in Oils
the minutest parte' of the Insect organliaUon Signed. C. F. PKEVATT.As State, .0..1 -
In general. The finest admlntatiatoT of the eetat of C:. A. Cu...- tbentlcatad. to the andnlmd. ylthlm two the Legislature may provide for Ih .THE TWICEAWEEK"TIDIES '.
:yaara .. preaeribed by law. otherwta the aam and establishment of itch I
w. L. V m JI DOZOB strand In a spider's web. which can mlnga, douescsd. wUlbabamd.; and all paraon Indebted to said Circuit
.J. L. MOOr Att>oI'he1. aa may from time to time become neo- \ air UNION :
scarcely be. .Is said to. be composed tate a** ni by _...... to aaak immediate eeeary.and tor the appointment,tIM Governorand .

of no less- than 4.000 thread settlement with the nndcraiariMdAuauBi . confirmation by the Senate of additional. :i J, -

On a single wing of a butterfly have Notice of Application to Sell Real 18th. lllhFRANCIS cult CirJudge therefor, whoa terms of office The Tlie-Ui win ....ct.' .\ " -

been found 100.000 scale and on that, MCDONALD OLIVER and and general Jurisdiction shall be the same TOO by: mat) the T M.dTThnrsday .Dd I

of a silkworm moth 400.000. each of Estate Executor of the teat Will and Testament a* herein provided for th.CIrcuit Judge.*herein : .Issue of tb..
these minute scales being a marvel of Notice II hereby given that undt-nlgred, of Nannie C. Oliver. --.. already provided for. and.. may clothe any contalnlnc alt ntutor fri..... -4

Real Estate Itself. So aa Adqllol.trUo-ot the estate of Walter Ban. N. C. BRYAN. Railroad Commialon with Judicial powera laall Ttrj latest market report and

beauty and completeness In Br. .....-',will make application to the lion M-8t A It'". In Fact for Eaecutor matters connected with the .function" of special depirrnM* dTotxl to'
thin are the wings of many Insects agrIculture, hortlcoltar*. pouttry. \ .
1. M. Murphy (,'oWlt.Iodp of CMeola county their office __ _
that BO.OOO placed over each other ill the b"'wo..t Florida on Honda), the 24th Notice of Master's Sale t tc.OMK if

\ would only be a quarter' of an Inch day of (Jcl.ober.llo..t 1* a. m;, for an order Notice I* hereby. riven that under. and by virtue The vote caat In oompllanoe with said pro. ,
thick and yet. thin as they are eachIs authorising me.aa said Adminiatrator to lei. of a Final Decree. Issued out of and under the poem, amendments sad the canvsaa, doola...- : T1&flOV AM

KISSIMMEE. :fLORIDA doable. at private ale all of the Un
) aald eatate.. rltnaled In tbe following townahipa Circuit of the State of Florida. In and tIN the the same regulation and reotrloilonei' aa are .
and OMeol county, to-wlt: provided by law for elections .- t
Puzzled Tommy. r.D..I. County utO.eeola. In tbaneerr slttln*. In a certain general In the _v -

i W. THOMPSON -Pa." said Tommy "my Sunday Township Tw"*. Bange' Tweoty.nioe; can**)therein pendlnc. wherein. N. F. Baa* .. State of Florid ,I .

If I'm good ('U go Towvablp Twenti-eil, HangS TweatvnlneTownablp ; complainant, and John Bam_ ..defendant, tb* la testimony whereof I have hereunto set i ;
school teacher says TwenI1'.ve. Bane Thirty? Town- Ddaralaraed Special tlaater will offer for aJ*ac my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the Stateof Sprigg Fleming

to heaven"Well able Twentv-iiz.: Hang Thirty. the flnt Monday fa> N_... A. D. 110.. tb Florida.,at Tallahassee, the Capital this .

what about ItT" said his pa. Dated XlsstBBiee, rlerlda, ptember .... earn bataa- the svath day**T said ..datIng. twenty-Vth day of July 3.. D. 110. '. '

"Well said If I .was good I'd ge A. D.J9I'. BCIIETT BASS. B. CLAY CRAWFORD. CLEANING I
you the lacal bows ef ... !. front ef *.h. Cort .
to th* circus. ,Now. 1 want 10 know ... Admllatr. ef tb.eatate. of Walter BeeS. Bon** door, la the tIty of r laelajraea.|a aafclffcHowilistrltij Bal) 5.sretaritCStta.: PRESSING k .

and wbo's fibbing, you of ....." Upplncott's. Br..itkeeeeed eou.tJr;: of Osesote,. the ..... I ;>
P. A. TARS .Glfaw... ey.i"ft.ed. . DYEINGREPAIRING.a' I
V..wIU Let lief bleak Notice to Creditors}
LICENSED . _ _ _ __ a -
EMBALMER IllS e< toe Towa sf Bt. C1oad..II...* te th*
Motlae I* hereby give to eredltore, .hairs and
Th .Imllarlty. They wwe Ioiiithg JW' IlIAD abonhi pW of mid towa.aled andV. weern'ded amsag the'' distribute of she eatat of Tempi ... Minx, 0 ,

"Lucky at card nalocky: at .lors. normoo ppttt% but b*. kp .public.... records at said Oe-nty. Torme ., aaJe.
.OpporitoJCoortbou quoted the wilE guy "puttIng *w7 lastirbd by tb* tribe 01 tIM*!'On 5.11.4 ....... and that aU (
} Dated October tk. 110. Leav.r word a* my boil**) sad. 'cJ< $L :
( "Well either: ta simply a > of taunt .Finally b* said la cJeIuIM: AKTmnt K. DONHQAN. persons having elalmi again lime estate mpracest ...* .wIllb.csIiMiorsndurosd, .' ?

holding band* said the slmol* m1Wt -WU: f M ***y I .tkaftir_ both m) sal If.... la CkaaMaryt thea*dmly aolheatloaieVl for sstlleeM ._ : : ' ,
within UM Us. 4
pseesribed by t'
lfrcord. ) father and naotbcr .On P. ... TANS LOB SW, c-- ,
-Pblfdlphla ,* 017 ,.. ate alone; sUaaiaaJS ..,. '
.' EZDA t I) \ / > aM tb other-at BoUmaor tar CaaaplateaanV .- Sotf IactlonOiinrniitc.( . .
"'- wbflv *> pat eJetU. 0ft .. April U,M151i, *l said .....*. 4, _t'j.y }.
Tirto sTilts 1LLeasMg -* C '
To encoorsg! l!
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# Advertisements ALL kINDS of material for fancywork i. ; : '" . .: I. -. .. '" .

at the Ladies' Exchange. 42-tf "

:}':"''\". .M-.f, I Advertisement, ate Inserted. this. at..the rate'o. 5 Cents .. .. 'i'ampa ErfSH:, ,!W. f'la.:: $,, have RO freely.-Seed seed many.39-4t I : : --r For next 30 : days we 'Will sell <

,:,;.: f C . |per line'' each, !insertion,,, ty. ]F'you have"either'rooms( or houses to''I r-rthe .
y. .
Tentlist them witli Downing l10will s4 -, .
Jf find a renter '41.1fDON'T '.- Ij .
you ) .
:TOK SALE ItcUUIS'\NU .HUH) I) . j g .' .. j I ,

f ., ', neglect your children's eyes I '
FOR SALE-tour'go mines, jr. w, .ROOMS"f6r )Rent-APPly; to Mrs D: while they are in school. For bead I r -
M. ker. :81-tf ache, weak eyes or eye .ulanin. see TJr. '
: -tf !jre. 1 ;
Miller 2 -
.. ,' Davis! optician. Park lintel .37-tf 1 \ "
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HOMEMADE Trickled And Candy at the FURNISHED rooms'h board ytnger FURNIIUREatCOST U': t" < .ii'
Ladies' Exchange. 42-tf 31 Mrs. W. W. Saumlers.Park St. SEWING Ma-pjiines. -Agency for$::; 11/ t. . :e :
I --- --_. .- ._- '" .. machines. Cash or on easy payments ,
r 1>RID1'fts' sells'' tfJrrifmiil pianos; and or- fJoAYmERs wanted Mrs. E. J. Alvey "*'::1.00'r month, Muohinos' rented. .
v gan. See him at The. Home Store. ran He-corn mwiatoveral.. .persons. with The Home Store. 21-tf ". ,

board(i ami.! room at her hbm" in rear y- I" ..
CRENSHAW) J1ROS. Sewd.t Company, of sehool'hliust''o.r I t;>oard without I Ot'ARANTEE; : everyword I toll you '
Tampp/ Fla., hay fresh need, :39.4ta : rooms' _- :IM-tf atopt Florida< to ho the absolute truth"? -

CHOICE CITY J '()TS for 'sale at low . meals.. and will rotund your money if youtame I. 1 1IROSS :
YOU CAN thipKomt
solicitation ftrid
get her
; at
pnc..... S<>..' i. writ II. h'h'min4u( tf cooked by host northern cook at'' it otherwise.. my S. W. Downing, Realty I '.. .. : for f. CASHREMEMBER J'<
Trarmci>' <'nt Restaurant opposite pant Dtaler.. .KI "lmmee. Fla 37-tf ?
FOR bargains in resident property, '. for 2f o each. Short ordersPxtra I I - -- : .

truck lands and orange groves call on ? 41-tf i WHEN visiting St. Cloud< :...our Ki sim- S s.
t .- II. M'. Breaker Klsaimmee. Fla. 4-tf I mee friends are invited to make their "
FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping headquarters with the St. Cloud Drug .
J I: HAVE for;: sale several' ;; nice pieces oft nice, clean and airy; for'rvnt Co. All the popular drinks can' be .. ,' \'
t residence! property close in and very long: or short terms; no drinking. had at our soda fount, and our ice "; _
desirable. S. W. Downing. 7-tf.I gambling; or any immoral conduct al- cream la! the best.that can be made. "
... --- -- -- - --- lowed. Mrs. Fi G. Thomaaon Old '

FOR SALE-A good gentle bay mare I Opera House. 33-tf EUREKA ADDITION TO KISSIMMEE s : Nothing Charged 1 to Anyone at these Prices
and buggy. Ihquireof M. C. Brock, at -Have you seen Eureka Addition :

the. Park hotel._38-tf MISCELLANEOUSWOLFE ? If not, call on the Nelson Realty 1
Company and let them show some -
FOR choice 6 acre suburban home : r .
tracts, Kissimmee Gardens. J. the Wireman. 42 tf of those large, besutifuUlots that you : .
see ,
M'I. "" __' __ ran buy on such favorable terms. -
Willson. Jr._______ WADE, the.tuner. Orlando. Think of it, lots 63x135 feet, about f
"' . one-third than lots '
SALE-Two 4-acre larger common ,
FOR orange groves --- -- -- ----
t, i mile of {I. R., with truck land; also LIST your real estate with Downing. for ordinary lots are only 60 feet wide,
city property. Guice & Bratton 412tp while those in Eureka Addition are 63 !
t PICTURES framed at the Home Store. feet w.lde. Prices from 850 to $100 GRAVES
FOR SALE-20 acres of good land inside ----- -- ------ per lot, terms $3 to $10 cash and bal- s
city limits. Will !sell at a bargain GO to Wilder's Studio for fine photographs ance $1 to $1.26per. week without In- I IS"
if taken at once. S. W. Downing 86-tf terest. Nelson Realty Company. 42tf
in Opera House blo k. 37-tf -- .
- - -- - -- -
FRESH BREAD and Cake at the La-
------ IF YOU desire to purchase building
FOR SALE-5 lots in E. >.L. Lesley dies' Exchange. 42-tf lots home, farm, orange grove or ..

lp Addition1 Kissimmee, 50131: feet. CRENSHAW BROS. Seed Company, other properties in this section of O

? Apply to Jaa. M. Johnston deputy '. Tampa, Fla., have fresh seed. 59-41 Florida, it will pay you to call or.write
clerk circuit court. 33-tf me before purchasing. I have for --- .
- ---- ---- r.
-- --Incubator FOR fresh fish, phone the Bull Bass sale some of the most desirable prop- Notice.
FOR SALE-One 390-egg Cyphers -
y Market. No. 189. 19-tf erty in Osceola county which we offerat v
titY and one 100-eg Prairie State --- low prices and a great portion
Incubator. A. Ordar, Bermuda 42-1 ave., FOR dressed poultry I phone the Rull of very it ia offered, on extremely easy of C. ANI :
Kissimmee. Fla. t-pd 1 Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf terms. If you have property in the

a FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and --------- North that you cannot readily sell at { DEALER IN PINK LINE OF
grapefruit about three miles ',GO TO J. M. Pout to get your jewelry its value, if you will advise me the STAPLE AND FANCY
grove watches and clocks repaired. 23-tf class of have and the
railroad. Will property you ;
from Kissimmee, on
-" sell at a. bargain Address W. II. I REMEMBER teila- th-sids class of property you desire to- purchase that
Fla. 41-tf Downing '- in this section it is possible Hall IGR0CERIES.L--.
Fx Arnold Kissimmee
about Florida. Write him for facts that I can effect arrangements to
i ---- -- -- make agreeable exchanges. I !solicit' for I .
FOR SALE One team of horses
MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the
weight.J 100 Ibs. each broke to work Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf -your business and assure you legiti- held -_.prAELSN AND AUAE
single. doable and are gentle good mate dealing R. D. Wariixg. 36tf I :;
-- - to all parts of the city. Prompt courteoustfteition.,
; l
double two-section lever - -- -- JTIIII.C J//
i set harness; AGENCY of the White Star Laundryat I
harrow; one cow., wagon and cultivator. the Home Store Phone 154. : _: >>NII. : NC> 0. . I i t'
J. L. Lindlet--.Kiasimmee| Fla., -- - -- Heneymean Hint.A A .. : ) ( ) u -- - 8
"- 41-4t strand $1.25 five strands woman whose son was about to
Box 723. -pd WOOD per ;
__ 5.75.. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 21>-tf harry a sweet girl sent with her congratulations : I
FOR SALE-600( ( acres fine hammock -- --- -- -
these well known
lines so :
and muck land, with some heavy pinetimber JACOB '
and Sundries, Orlando Fla. :!i-lOtpd: B. to.his virtues kind '
tract 20 acres in cultivation very :
; __ __
-- -- -- B. fauIU little blind i
to til a
3 ; 100 tree ready for plow; two n. New She Store If
with R. D. Wanna .
your property : | :
e' t bearing o ange groves; t miles of Bank And this la about the best advice a
& "Co. for quick ale at State ', /{ "
lake beach. Land lies opposite St. who knows her
2.<-tf woman own son as n.
rr. Clou' on East Lake n. ar Milliard'. building. \ | by I
know him his ,
else to
1 one can can give at )
Island. Apply to Jas. M.-nhnatnn. -JUST; arrivedbig atork of Gun".-LPg- A. I 1). )! I fi
, deputy clerk'circuit court. ,33-tf Ifings, hunting Coat.. and! Ammu prospective wife. And she might at Haul ;:i Ladies' Gent's' and Children's Shoes l
the same time make up her mind! to
(It (; ;'h Ea
nition. "<* rave'OFFl1'F on 'J
COMBINATION FARM AND CITY use tier own advice In regard to her .. HIGH AND UPTODATEeeand {
HOME 2X1 acres adjoining tow.imtrof : fixtures. filing. rahin.-U aiM> treatment of tbe girl when. she bo- : (
Kisttimtm-e, with large lioume irange labor saving devices "I'all kinrU.: comes tier mother-in-law. .- Boston I one. ]'
.trl '
'' grove and lots of OIJ numcntalfthiubbery. , Yawman Krhf mal.-. Fee frerti- < YouT Buy
The making of one of t the at the dome Store. Globe i MARSH & WHIDDEN"
prettiest homes in the country, ando r - "-- -- -- -. - Caviar; .1 A % I BASIS .
conveniently loeatc"l'las' to give cityadvantages. I t ton; ANY kind of metal ....I(>erle, I lvoifs l\; As a matter _of fact, not all ravlsr K .V ". t
. Nelson IJealty O>mj>a- use Black ti-arl: md Iii r'''aI' somas from' the sturgeon since, like "' '! ( I STATE BANK BUILDING

S' ny e' 42tfdesirable._ Ross Graves !-tf other foods.. It Is woefully adulteratedwith 1'"lel. l i I IWK. ,

FOR SA.LE-TeJl of the most DOWNING pays ail your expenses if the roe otlufertor fishes prepared T J_ P

'k WloU, in the town,of Kissimmee at ex,. you come here at his solicitation' and 'ever iti similar fashion.' True' caviare female bow-. S H ,, ;' ; ; I ..I............................:....,.,.........,.:.."........e
Is or stnr.4eon.
r, 'II ,i n ;cuptionally low price and extremely find- that' he has,, misrepresented the- egg the A M "' (, ; i%i< { }; ; , I '

; $'\ ; I eaeyterpte.! If you desire to purchase ,1 .things., . , ,", v '. .:"' >1 ..4Mf.' \J J A : WHAT IT,, _MEANS !f's J_ s] +
'" . \"o.I', .. I
Df: the most desirable building lots 1 J;'" ; Large desk'blotters -l .W I ; I
IK YOU have"a'1' roof that needs paint. lor. Ir.att.hlsoffice peoplo"n tint know what ; cllft *
: youshould not delay calling on me at Will iRStsstfXMiKtitt ." -
for JO cents"", \ .. bank ., s
metal ia the I a of Iltttoor It" "-"ltIIl \
once for particulars? 'concerninjr the iiig Black Pearl paint II H .
above mentioned lots. right thing for this climate. Rosa> D K II A fI NK'H CAPITA: A\IJ. itlItPI.t. :
3titf" R. D. Waring Graves. 34-tf Inspectors and Clerks.of Election K H Ii/' I food that pns| ufhndcii| ..ltoni frouul. .. "I't', >r,'IIr.. I .. ". the _
t ftratwalnii the lipOHlturM' lia Thi ban'A S

h WE have a car load, x>f No. 1 four-inch I TI1E.HE is no country .no good but it 1 Th following Innpectoreand Clerks of rleeUWarc : W R J if . Capital Snrplun, of fund ..f. .. Ii>, ."", ,., a .
terracotta sewer pip on.hand whichwe has its bail l side, and no country so hereby appointed by the Hoard of County 'lhP htorkhi l>l> will The per foot as soon as bad but it has its good side. My motto kfftimiMionera; to serve a. such at the General.lectton iJ W- "
41:;, the City Council decides upon what "Tell both sides." Downing' the .1 to be held on Tuenday. the "th day of N<.- W \V 1 A total of. .. IIIKK i : INSTATE S. : HP
atyle traps and benda are to be used Real Estate Man. ,,r 37-tf v mb.r. A. D ::910'>: I moans that "'" moat 'lino p 11 ,flIfI.f1( before oar d""or." could into a S. S7''
W C i thin: protection I. for YOI1
. and they give us leave to proceed -- -- Precinct No. 1. Ki..lmm.-Roma Thomas: ''G JI' '
with the work. Live and let live. AN intelligent person may earn $100 W flnp.on, and H M. Pfann. inipccton; :J. W. J I I BANK OF KISSIMMEE f'
;, The Pioneer Plumbing Shop. H. Edmund monthly corresponding! for newspa- {,illy Clerk C F* ;I Ltbt4eau.eYe
rt' > Swabey Proprietor. 40-tf pers. No. canvassing. Send for par- TBClnct No. 2. Shingle ..ek-G. C Bronson, E; -- L
ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2215, W. W. Inr and H L Ovsntreet ln.i>ect ni: W MIIII: :. pr"'C>>_'9A. :I ,

r ,FOR SALE-Fifteen-acre farm six- Lockport. N.Y. L clerk. L.\\j A If I CARSON JOHN) :- M. LEE. N. a. CARSON I }
room cottage and outbuildings, peach ----- ----- Precinct No. e. Campbell-W U Campbell. W. President Vlrm-Prmldnnt Cashier _

} orchard and strawberry patch; good ANYONE anywhere 'can atairt-a mail O. Lanier and Joha. Collins, inapaetor: D Y.John.onclerk. J I.M A I IF ....mmm.._%................,.................... .._..................;
land for orange trove or trucking, on order business at home. No canvass ; a'a.I
which an independent living can be ing. Be your own bo a. Send for free Precinct No. *. 8t Toud-A. J. Simmons W.
made; also eight head of cattle, fifty booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2141 G. King and T N Parr. InapMlora::J.B. WUianu' W Fred C : I l, "U"

{ chickens. household goods, etc Location Lockport. N. -Y. clerk. W A ,.,
one'mile east of Haines City. Precinct No .. Laniar-LJ. R. Donenn. Nathan
Reasonfor telling advanced Address WE can sell your orange grove for a reasonable (". Mike Simmons WSJ
r :, age. RIount and H Farmer Inapeetora: Fail
a Judson Jacob, owner, Haines price on short notice. List clerk. L A !I Styles In aI
City, Polk County, Fla, 41-tf with us and allow us .a chance to verify Precinct No. .. Whittlar-Randolph Youn*. La.Baaa Zaoh I
this statement. R.: D.Waring:Co. L K: I I
1. F. WBliamaClerk. I -
and L. S Inapactora: .:

.( FOB RENT FINE LITTLE COUNTRY HOME20 Precinct. No. T, &aaln"r-.I. B. Aid......... W. II.T a ] {I

rr acres about 2 miles from the center 1"'. and G. W. Walker InaBaetora A, C. W If
Underhill ;
DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Tiller of Kissimmee, all fenced and cross Wrls-ht.ekn-k. i B .. ROODS DOES IIDTS CUPS PG s BUD 8 D JDTlDJS S ;

fenced, in fine state of cultivation ex- Precinct No a. Nareooaaea-R. L. K..._ J. C. ;J O I ,., ,
cept 3 of timber in a lot fenced for V. W. HIILcHvk. T U '
Tlaon and J. W.TUon. Inapactara; a
FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms hogs, with running water through the :
t Ladies' 42-tf lot. fine berries. 2 acres R E:
Apply to the Exchange. ._ 'plenty oranges Wltnaaa our hand. and th. oIIclal.I of red .
and other fruits. Finest shaded 1 N : ,
Board this October l-'th.: 1910. ;
FOR RENT-Nicely, furnished room. place in the country and ornamental Harry ,
Back of High school white house. shrubbery, comfortable buildings.Call R. L. LKSLEY. Chairman. C H My Stock is 'more complete 'S

4ft-4lpd Miss Sadie Beelman. on -Nelson Realty Company and Attest ARTHUR: E. DONBOA!(. Clerk.fonintlfiaionen C A __ t
they will show 42tf J G i
'ilk'' SEE Downing for anything you want in you. -- [ real] : 1 this season than ever before '
1 1I
the real estate |ne.v. No matter howJ.litt BATH TUBS prices,'"with fixtures, from Alfred '
-4 or how big it I.. he can supply Notice of Assignment For Benefit W and .
; $21 to *37; marble lavatories $22; enameled K Qualitytand prices Right
-.iJ.! o,4J,;:"you. _ ___ .1-tf (20 to $22; closets with tanks of Creditors. : I; M : I I t

!S l "jAUNCH; FOR HIRE-Partles. and seats from $10 to $28; enameled B, M -
'; < y To the creditor of John VUlllaim dulnibutiavaa ,
,., t the lake sinks with drain boards $16;;. galvanized ..
$l 1/o. ing .to go on ; WiBb-1 under the Dam and Htyl.of. '
': iron sinks $3; enameled iron sinks f H
,,\ if; business or pleasure day or vllla Grocery Company.
r can be accommodated by With or without backs bath seats .Notl",. la bernby: cvaB( that John B. WUHamn.lolnc :J A WXNN
towel racks, showers for bath tubs :1 K I
I 3. M. Hansel I under the firm atylent
( bu ln"M name and
,. etc.; galvanized iron pipe, black pipe. I bamTille Grocery Company" under and hI' C. J
4ks, FOR. rent by the day week or month, good assortment of tin. Examine ourgoods'and virtue of a deed of aaalgnmert' rttoorded Orln- ". ; :
several 'nice new rooms, all newly compare our prices with I. ot ,
bet 1th.1 1V10. among the public record Oanola W H
furnished hot and cold water in each, those of other Florida towns. WE : (
Uottotr.: Florida In bwellaneotii i Book ,
free bath, prettiest part of town, LAY NO.1 SEWER PIPE AT 15C
!. ....
ban all his
page b92. lnael P"UCrtel:- ,
the lake. Good meals PER FOOT. The Pioneer Plumbing I
overlooking 1"K"
I -can be had near. Call on or write to8.w. Shop Orange ave., Box 625. 41-tf .....h aa la axempt by law from forced aalo., . : .
i to the andcnfgned Albert E. Drought aa a.signe
: Downing. Kissimmee, Fla-<<7-tf I I \
j for the benefit of the creditor of the
WHY pay rent when you can own a J W :
: -' to home. Why spend your money for I' Mid a..tguee. A O MONEY ;
"," ..-'r.; '- : WANTED soda water,-cigars, and such things /II All creditors ro.ldlng In the Slate of Florida a!: E: B ,
'. .. ., 1. '- I that realize are hereby notified to SIc with the) ulldenllEDed l
if nothing from' when
you ,
W II ;
1' ; can buy lot for I ....... etatementa of tbtlr claims aialnat the 1
a $100.
;: ANTED-T exchange doable-barrel you by paying ,I. Java"
?,-*".">". broeecb-I*ading shotgun for a bicycle. $5.00 down and five dollars a month, ..Id ualgoor within atzty Asps from date. Noah ON REAL ESTATE
without '
.r' :' boX W1. city 29tf interest or1 taxes. .When
,- .Addreaa And all creditor raaldlog bayoud the llmlU mm mmm m' *'ml*** *
paid for you have saved the 1100, and m mmi B i B* 0' '
,, *iWNING' win 'loan you money at 5t I you also get the benefit of the increase I of the State of Florida. are hereby noticed to F L A E: C 'EASY I
J'' l .ri cent to baUd you a home, and let in the value of 'the property. I Ola.with tbe uad.nUrnadMrorB statements LONG TIME PAYMENTS
i. t"; I-'TOO' F pay ft backv* little each month. I hare eighty-eight very desirablelots ilhdrolalms'' aotlntt the a'ld. awlfnor within .

> f ;Better Me )aJa).aad stop payingrent. which I am offering at the above four Uootba from data hereof. John : -1 For lafsrsistkMi Writ t--
J : named price and terms for thirty days I Da4ed, KUalnmee." Flords.tklalkhdayat: '
ci 'WANTED.TO: "purcb.e a I large lot of only. Do not delay buying; one of I I October, A. D.1910. DM THE JACKSON LOAN & TRTST COMP'Yof f

,.',. erou Inspection and of these lots. Call on R. D.' Waringand I l ALBERT J:. DROUGHT, oar ;
pt ..eYJIMU'.ttIeIIIeII&-t' P dot Vf loading on Atla -', pot; in your 'application at once I- ? As Aaal.nea, :: Jackson, Mississippi ,

e ;, tIe Cout bills Rl. Address GI'HII and watch KTssimmee now. p.",-rA1I8 AGNEN: .. eteiAltaat .

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