Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 4, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00462
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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FINE[ ENTERTAINMENT[ now portion vacant'east of and the especially railro-d rHI tike that.on :It Is Poor jiiothy. I 11 I I section locality :today next year.and wrong It is right/in in' another/ one;J,WIVMD$ MOTHERS y


new life for property! thereis, changIng section at the same time. This Ie. i-'r----7Tj"'. ,T-n- V

c The Rendition of Alice in Wonder hands daily. I j' verv l wethiCal., standard to hold before ' fasting and Praying That the Sale
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land by the huge!i School Pupils Last a section spring of Mr.some J. W.twenty Millar acres''openedup and I To Sap the Strength girls.the Truth minds Is ,
a Complete Success.The called it Kissimmee Heights; but duning '"
_. everywhere. Therefore, localoption Is in the State of fforida..
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,--- the- summer, exerted little or no not right anywhere at anytime. May

beautiful little fairyland play, effort to dispose of the lots but as the Of the Wife and Mothe.'CustodiAUS of the Home Floridians rise in their might and male i iI .. Miami, Florida, Nov. 1..1910..

which was' tourists season began to open and our / right might November 8 and estab-
Wonderland on '
'Alice in
Editor Gazette .
."., Friday night at the schopl 1 presented / I have been
requested by a number
,
became -
auditorium waswitnessed by a very Western homeseekers, he Spent in Licensed Saloons. The speaker was applauded to the of friend In various portion of
,
.large and appreciative audience. The active,(and his Ant sale was of gfty echo as lie finished his pleasing and 'instructive the state to sate ,
express my opinion
Iota to' Hon. E. L Lesley that gentleman ;
participants were, seventy,small children recognizing that our town would Prof. Charles Scanlon of Pennsylvania I[. the display in his windows. In passing lecture 'The people area aa the result of .the electlo'II.JIext.: Tu *-.. 'i_ i r
drilled by Miss Plummer dlreetor ; one man to greet him and to-. thank
of the department of expression of theo grow to double its sizeduring the next addressed tIe people of Kissim along the street of a Northern-city on I j'him for the message. The address day. please allow me to do l so.through,, ,r 1

."' H, 'S., who deserved much credit year and that Kissimmee Heights was mee Monday evening in the High one occasion! paid the speaker I passeda I made a wond.rful impression on KUslmme your valuable columns, and give my't

most adml '.bly.ituat as a residence School auditorium on the prohibition marble works. I noticed lit the show and will orderof reason for It. "
rendition'of dry votes be the
for the entirely successful There will be landslide )
section.It questiowand the amendment to article window a neat little monument completely the on' November a toward the ;, ,
day 8.
the play. The Village Improvement has not been learned what dispo XIX of the constitution.. Prof. Scan- finished, polished and ready for, prohibition amendment, and It will be I'

Society, under whose given auspices, 'netted eighty-the entertainment sition' Mr. Lesley would make of his Ion is one of the secretaries of the permanent sale. Thatwas the finished product of,! MODERN' BUILDING adopted by a safe if not an overwhelm. ;i .

was the purchase but he evidently intends to committee temperance 'of the marble yard. The tool. used in-Its inC majority. Representative 'eitixenefronq
and *
nine dollars. These ladies the i construction in the shed the three dry counties said to'me on.
place the lots on the market, and we general assembly of the Presbyterian were on
mothers made the fancy costumes worn church the of the Next' there i Being IIy Mach 81M.on Cor- day last week their respective section I
and varied and predict that he will dispose of everyone _Being In employ .U.YIII rear door wasa Erefted '

4 by the little folks, and floral at a good figure before the first of this committee, he corns* to Florida saloon Just the opposite was true qer Dakin Avenue and Broadway., would round; up a big majority against :*
beautiful were the color '\ the saloon and such report are*coming k'r
'
# the year. with all\ expenses paid b-Oaid commit there. The saloonman had his tools !
effect I What will be one of the moet complete In almost dally;. On. of the most distinguished
-- tee. He was at one time a member of displayed in the front window and hi.
-Inthe first scene Alice so beloved by i as4jtff-to-date buildings in this part of member ef the last legislature ,
the faculty of Macal ater College St. finished product sobering up in the
l all childish leaders of fairytales, is' flGtfTffN lOTS SOLD Paul ,Minn. In connection with the alley. the state is being erected by Mach Bros.. said to a large audience in my .

seen reading a wonderful and absorbing e. an the comer of Dakin avenue and presence last week that in his travel
study and teaching of political l economy c
Again the people admit that the saloon
tale. She seats herself then Broadway, Mr. N, F. Baas being the through many counties in the interest f
falls At Auction in Johnston Park on he has spent some of his best differs' from other forms of business. contractor who that it wlU' be
and
growing drowsy reclines soon ,i states of a benevolent order, heard men e.>
.
thought on the temperance question.In Father advises son to let it '
asleep over the open book. The rest Yesterday Afternoon.For I ready for'occupancy in ninety days. press themselves on the sub1.c.| and '
of the Halloween trick the
spite total
wife for
mother and
alone plead
ef the play is her fairy land dream. The building will be of brick 75x80 every one was In favor of the amend *
the weeks the auction electric lights played' in refusing to abstinence on the part ot son and hus feet and stories lower
two The
Miss Mowrlne Dann impersonatedAlice past two high. ment. He said It.was nearly thesaml e
give light there was a large and enthusiastic band. They do not ask this abstinence
in a very pleasing manner. sale of lots in Johnston Park has been floor will be used by Mach Bros as a way In all the town through which he.' y A
hear
audience to
The first scene in the "dream" was advertised take place on yesterday gathered from the grocery the bakery the livery and wales stable' ;'which will be ao Chanced: to piss. Sixty days ago, the
The
tale afternoon at 3 o'clock, and the promoters the distinguished speaker. people butcher the clothier. All hold that it fitted be in
to
the-portrayal of that time hpnored up as sanitary every particular liquor men tried to carry. little confusion
i were thrilled with the presentation of is not the for father and I s
just thing
"Snowwhite". The heroine's part was Mosul's. Arthur E. Donegan; and 1.I while>he upper floor will con by talking "local<< option" and tv
the issues of this campaign. As some mother drink, in turn advise
taken by Miss Totsie Prentis while ). Waring naturally 'expected that a to they tain twenty- our' rooms some single calling together in Jacksonville a '.'10. _.

the wicked queen was acted l by Miss I: large crowd would attend but they did one has very aptly said the speaker son and daughter against ;it; the com- and some en suite, with two bathe anda cal option" Crowd! to stand for the
"wins his hearers by logical. presentation munity will not tolerate the schoolteacher F
that
Violet Bullock. Both these little folks nut anticipate the immense throng court or general lobby which will saloon.\ But when it wa shown that w

deserve credit for their work as the : was present. and irresistable argument and who uses it and the congregation give both light and ventilation to each the "singularly pure" men and-- ','de
with wit and humor that sootheswhere ,
I. 2.10:) brass band a insists on a sober ministry. of the The modern
at our
m
difficult and required much Promptly p. one rooms. conven- voted church members" a* called by
parts were the keen edge of his logic might Friends' if these.. all admit that it is not ,
frontof the stone, '
in Gray such electric and water
fences
memorizing. There were grooms and began playing aa lights the Time Union, who met at the Aragon -
; where the automobiles were awaitingto otherwise wound. Huwondl"rful Rood for father and husband and son will be placed in each and in
princes' and princesses! allappropriately room, Hotel were je"eraUylined up,with
huntsmen, which is due to his
costumed. It was with take all Who desired to attend the magnetism 'largely and teacher and minister tell' men in >,I every detail of arrangement the build- the saloon in "local option" campaign

of relief that each small audi- sale, which in a few minutes were filled pleasing address and his pure toned I all fairness is it right for minister or ing will compare favorably with many in their respective counties the' mask

a sigh little Snowwhite rescued from with prospective' buyers, and at 3 voice thoroughly captivated his ,audio teacher or son or husband or father to I I in the large cities. wee removed from the whole thing.

tor saw wicked plots by the, gallant o'dock.he march begun to the Park ence. His arguments were good and perpetuate such an objectionable institution .' This building will go a great way toward One of these singularly pUn'.':.:"local
.4 the Queer's clear and his well in "
his subject
'and bestowing her hand upOn which i is just at the end of the city Um- logic ? relieving the situation in the matter op.tloa fellow In Dad county b_'

prince! he knelt at her feet. The brave its and abuts on the hard road that.. hand but the thing that strikingly im-behind Just at this point in the discourse the of proper accommodation! for the Since then been working In the courts mI
him the
aa his hearers is fae that hundreds of people who will come here
acted Willie Sutton. l leads to St. Cloud. preaaes' electric lights came on and flooded the : and through the newspaper to keep a
prince was well by above, below and thorough I I this winter and Messrs. Mach brothers
,
Following this was a beautiful 1 scarf Arriving there the sale was at once is heart of auditorium with light. Whereupon ,I are deserving of much praise" from our barroom-fca orbs hundred feet of the
the
J 1, seven small girls led by little begun and lasted until dark,'- when''' permeating the message the speaker said: -'You see, the more ,, people for the enterprising spirit they public: school banding which ha"five I
drill by strong
Miss Mary Tiller. 'they presentedsome eighteen lots were sold ranging from a man with and a sincere personality desire-i ft pureeharactfl" win we study this question the more lightwe i I are displaying in erecting it. hundred boy and girl In it. Ye, ha
a
I 45. After each lot was sold get. If it keeps up this way untie ". '
effects with their blue $117.50 to succeeded, aad I suppose be to .IIICU.IariT -

pretty gilt crowns and blue and pink a drawing for a valuable present was the world to righteous living. with November 8. the prohibitionists will THE PUBLIC GOOD par." on that account. Among .

gowns,tcarfs. held and eighteen people were made Prof. Scanlon began'his speech 'completely 1 whitewash the other crowd." those who have recently allied .themselves ,!
the saloon
Next came a lovely little Moral scene happy by receiving a present both as the judged striking by statement the standard that of political From this point. Prof. Scanlon gave : Demands That 'the Number+ *f Judicial with the prohibition, 'fOl'Ce8,' are t

twelve little"firlll each representing useful and costly his hearers some choice thoughts in th*.editors of the Sanford Herald; and

t by flower! or restless butterfly. The sale will be continued today at 3 economy has no moral or social rightto 'reference: :'ocal option. He held that Grants be Increased I this splendid paper Is now.'-firing hot
a gorgeous traffic decreases
o'clock and the bidding for lots is" exist. The liquor according to principles of democracy she- in the the of
November of
t These costumes were beautiful creations expected the demand for all commodities he I lat-, 1910. ranks* enemy

k of crepe paper and flowers., Their to be more spirited than it was said in that the saloon diminishes-. the 'the county is'not the unit." 'The 1'Editor Valley Gazette: our s.o'J might sat that nearly '

her union. ,.derived-* authority from the Orbs 'Amendments all the of Sanford as'
Mlsa Laura Thomas offered on yesterday. of the 'individual., ; et the Constitutional bueinesa men i

r queen crown eta a: the, /flower who' showed the The purchasing power of the individual several; states, but the county receivesits j to be.voted1,upon next Tuesday well a* in many other" enterprising
purchasing '
beat reasons why it should be .hers. S10RE been diminished power the demand ferj authority' from the state. The ii. Amendment to Section '35 of cities have signed' petition to Allot

The rose, sweet pea, poppy," sunflower, NEW JEWELRY the having various commodities is dlmln hed.1 county does not glv..uthorlty to the t Article V, authorizing the Legislature I the
greenleaf and' others each approached ; of l state asthe states do to the union. to increase th.. number of Judicial on them to vote the tsl: iiu out 'Of
daisy is the
Therefore the saloon enemy 1'
'
It ofCOUI'IIe. The state may make and unmake .Circuits should It become fair.tate. The"-cry'of. 'the saloon
our
,
was {
necessary
her own cause.
b The-
Is the Equal l of Any in the State of the producer allife'. commodities. (
f to the modest violet that the relieved of his counties, may combine several eousties ;i There is- a general tendency to vote (Interest that one county has fie right to' .
been
r man having money
crown was given. Miss Mamie Pilley Florida.Our has nothing with which to buy food or hereto one or divide. one into several. against Constitutional Amendments" aa "meddle" 'with the politic of another.

.hand But; suppose we grant the other sidetheir 1 has been repeatedly shown in the past county has indeed proved 4 boomerang.
wore a very
who the violet )
was pl'Ople.r naturally expected clothing for the family and as a consequence -1 *
and represented the violet 1 'contention and admit, that the but this amendment Is ao greatly needed The voter realize that If they .cast,
some costume in with the advancement and merchant
to see a store keeping the grooer I,
rr
There were two county is theunit, no one can deny allthe that it is- to be hoped it will pass, vote for or-'against amendment XIX,
+ to perfection. has made manufacturer
r our town during suffer a loss pf-tfatle. The -:
counties the privilege of voting,at and I particularly Kope it will receive are "meddling'-with the affairs f
fluttering butterflies, one yellow they
attended the andthe
r flitting, the past year when they wht> supplies these dealers
impersonated by | the same'tint, if they, so desire Nor a good vote in this.coirntv. of another county<< ,' and sec no reason "
white
+ the other opening of the new jewelry store of C. farmer who supplies the raw ma- I;
-k i t Carr and Miss Lucy (can any one deny other states the priv- Under the present Constitution theI In so "meddling" why they 'should line ,
Miss Catherine A. Cole< on Saturday last but they were terial-to the manufacturer also suffer a ,I.
t costumes\ were "t,"l ccially liege of assisting in the campaign I I number of Judicial Circuit is fixed at up with saloon men, and, theirinterests.:
Their of
. I Pierce. hardly prepared to see one the equal decrease in business. In like manner i
; butterfly When the revolution was brewing and seven. 'This- number was .sufficient" against the mothers* and 'wives and
the yellow ,
pretty. Miss Lucy in Florida, and superior to many In the saloon becomes the enemy of the
any I Yorktown was about to become the i 1868.. but ia entirely inadequate: for, children in wet counties. 'They realise- '
entitled
.
i z sang a sweet little song towns five times the size Kissimmee., cotton and-'wooL industries which pupply scene of battle, did the other colonies 'I j' present' needs of the state In the:. that those wive and mother areast... '
"I'm tying'e leaves on so :they Mr. Cole sent out Invitations by mail the material for clothing the enemy Circuits comprising large-cities, theI '. 4
is affair '
that let her
wont come-( wn." V. to the ladies of the city to'visit his of the'timber and lumber Interests say Virginia's 1 I public business is so congested as to ing and praying for deUverence from'the '
childreH fight her own battles! Not at all! amount almost to a denial of justice awful curveof rum. and in tender,,'
1 The grand march of forty tore between the hour of 3 and 7 p. in supplying material for houses, the I '
ef the Circuit Courts much
Every colony and every colonist was i and some are voice' are"cry:, .their
was a marvel showing what can tf m., and if thflw.re any who failed to enemy of the ore'mines and associated deeply interested_ in the outcome and ]I in the.condition that the Supreme Court white pleading brother' In. the. dry counties for whelp ',
careful and painstaking drill- unnoticed for it for '- few until the' ,
the material some
done by accept they were industries in supplying was years ago
I rushes- fast.. possible to the scene ln this time of "need. Vhatey.r'y .
the 1 )
.
of Justices of
of ddirJ : number the Supreme
After number pretty if old and toong. tbe-enem.f the producer of all
ing. seemed a* every lady, tools
of action and to win the ,
"KltJ immee" helped victoryfor Court was doubled. I be the theories or preference of;
j cult ft jures. the word was there, and their reception was. the commodities Virginia and all America. So it is t make: this appeal t. our citizens at tnese white 1 "brother-, In every dry"
worked uut. As each letter was that could be deau'ed.A . of several Bar'A.aoclationeI ...L
was that
everything 'j Then he continued by stating in this campaign. Every county help- thereouest precinct m the atate are going' to lineup '
K completed it was recognized by- 'trie description: this store In print "the .f Christian civilization i throughout the stateand hope you
measure Ing every other county and every state with lsterand their childrenin ,
with appreciative i ; will refer to the ntatterinyoared1tor1a1 their .t ,
and Idleab the reader -
punctuated little ,
audience would eecrv y must) always N measured by Its love helping every other. ... 1 columns. P. A. Vans Agnew. their fcelplessnesa and dependence In' ,

4 applause. therefore we will not attempt it, but and protection of womanhood." la Under heal option the places/ : that'' ....-, preference Manager Holt and his l "?
The old ladi s' drill which followed, suffice it to that the stock of ..cutglau.n .. "
say this connection. Prof. Scanlon paid most need cleaning are least .
likely wh
up GROWING ALFALFA herd of negro voter, > are expectedto Y
in the extreme. 'Eight china..tatu.ry J...:
ludicrous watches, hand-painted ,
was tribute to womanhood emphuiao- -
i high to get R. It ht absurd to contend that i i exert: the balance of power In their
mall Igrls! dressed in caps and apron ; silverware, clock' and jewelry big the fact that "it is poor economyto one section has no right to influence1another beer fumed center. '""'" jOn --;,-.. ,

x I.Il some "" with. spectacles with canes,decrepit all pf every description) is' there in sap the strength of the wife and the section.. 'The Great Law Maker:': Has Prove a Profitable Industry in the night of the 8th of: 'November Ii .n'

with terrible rheumatic limp and abundance most artistically 'displayed mother the- custodians: of the home became '
I and did not wait until the nations ftooda.v watch the count.,iDf white m... vote* .
I appearance, marched and are sold at price a* low as-hi any by denying them the use of the money! righteous before giving the; ten (eom. among the< splendid dtteenahlp of' the w"
_ marched with an occasional pause for in America The show window We have often been asked If Alfalfa
the saloon.
.. v ; city that.Is spent In licensed mandments .to the peopleX'Neither aolawsoakers n sections and In sir Interior dti...' 1T

'; -l: :,"- candalous gossip, aU In pantomime. are just imply beautiful, 'being Ailed Does the saloon rye to the wife and today wait until thieves could be successfully grown Uv Florida I know nearly:e'very footof land of my "'- :.

s \, >f ';.This was a very effective number and with hundred of dollars' with oft' ,. mother more.f the comforts of life! quit stealing, murderers quit killing, and in answer t Co our many inquirers native Uto.. "andv I know bow my (

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I (I' The "good night" drill showed four them without stopping feast their clothing aa the wife of the brewer' On .to paNJaw. against theft. and West Palm Beach under date of October -., question.Like.,..af they,have many- r

dear little maidens In night gowns and ';Y'". One Bust visit this store to ap the other hand she ia robbed of all the smirder and libel and perjury. Ana the I 2Tthf Imperfection bat they will 'not be ;
,
bed slippers, each carrying her dolls. preciate, and all our people are proudly luxuries el life'robbed of many of the people of thirty-five .dry counties do "Capt James) Morison. who has a guilty of treason''to" the', home, nor .

Miss Plummer in nurse cap and apron pointing to it a* an evidence of Kiesimsnee's necessities of life and forced to.a life of not:. propose to wmit longer. elena small patch of alfalfa in the back yardof strike with their 'vote. the breast that i

e the march which ended when each growth and enterprise.Both her. his home Fern .treeto''IN" ahowihg ,
r led drudgery which daily saps strengthand wet counties to dry up. The dry majority oil nourished them,' 'I' might add. that i

little tot fell asleep. the Messrs. Cole are graduate robe her of well nigh all the joys of propose to drain the wet. minority some of this plant, that' has grown of the colored men the farm v '

There was ,iii sweet little song sung optometrist: and extend a special invitation life. Poor economy indeed dry. since the last cutting 'twelve day ago,' many .on .y
i sixteen! inches in beighC, alfalfa and ia toe interior, town and village
The
)
R by Mist Susie Spier entitled, "LastNlpt" to all to call and have their The! saloon business differs from all Then, again, local option always hu been planted five years" now and ft l of the state will also vole a dry ticket ,
!
t ) which closed the performance. eyes examined free of ebuceIII' other branches: of business This .. means a saloon somewhere. And a cut five or sljt times a year and given to on. election day., They,,kpew *o well ,
much cannot'be acid in praise of C. A. Cole deserves the right to riN
'Too chickens.The
J admitted by the saloon man himself.He saloon anywhere always means that : that the saloons, are the rum of their ,
Vise Plummer's ability aa ditector of i succeed and he.will succeed. stands in his door and call apse the whiskey will be sold -and men drunk- alfalfa ie planted in ,the.sand. ,
department and our and...- neveif been fertilised.. The on* a* ,the I9oj tG the' tlei and find
the expression farmer miner miller grocer, ened and women debauched and homes this time They'.are' '
passing root by are down about twelve employment going to vote., ,
Oebool Is fortunate In having.one of her What Reading the Gazette Did. batcher, clothier: , .carpenter lawyef wrecked and': happiness displaced by feet In the. ground and having probably: Itpinathe *aJoon*, to;:''protect theirjl(, -I. u

Liability and energy' In thit position ,Editor Gaaette-It may be encourag- and all others to come and share their Borrow and.Joy by grief and Virtue by' reached water, the/plants'.. are not in aofloarUhingeondiUOn boy*' when 1 they are away fcpm --. !
formerly
'110N. f. ESLEYr ing to have still another instance of the earnings 'with him. He Bake this impurity The 'only practical way to I. still growing .luxuriantly.,thoughIt It ia- Let th* wives and mother* of the men' *1 '.,' fr

far-reaching power:of the press as well plea upon the ground that he 'has rent settle 'the question. for'aU time .lei to said that when the root reach .water, who, pat" home, above 'the :!dogjrcrywork ;' .., '
and bar Under a- brewer 'and drive the saleone out ef business fat the plant will not live longer "
as .an 'eifiooragement to. the CountyCommissioners. to pay a ,' and pray day. and night untU- !'

lWdiasa' Fifty Lots lie.t sSi nmu A friend of mine living his family to support Other businesses -' every state In the union. This month"CapU the.alorha.-.tatea coldest of the year that, is next the the 'rote"are alj.ln' and there will be 1>> a'' ,

make their claim on the ground' that I can beat be done making It unlawful : bout of victory {fair
In Florence, Ala., recelvee'your' best timer .... plant'alfalfa..' It'.hould throughout ear
heights from J. W. Miner. paper'and for some time has forwardedit their products supply the demanti of I to manufacture or' to cell liquor be sowed in drills.. inch apart and state on, the t l htht of November the 8t1a.I ':'<"

..Nerta jXhwimnW la at last coming to me is the Adirondack at N. y: life-and enhance the.value of"'Hf and! : .In 'closing local option was said by about four Inches' deep.- The seed, for '\ .. ._: ',-/ *** n'. Ley.., (

ha ..Noauch'; e\aIna"( made .By! Prof. Scanlonto be ) low standard I IotJ the. variety of alfalfa that ia beat, ,',
1
share of the proaperiuthat property.
into Its Tbe:friend I* a capitalist and quite likely adapted to this soil and climate la obtained .
ef town; 'and "'. the..saloon." The saloon man admits caU). If local option U right, then' '. . : 'rL''Jft: j."' pendiiMt.va\ .
Uoon '
wne to other park : ear to Vacate here:: *...1..l 1 from Salt Lake City.' ..... are. : few,
there wll 'b. A,; that his busioese differ front ether in the saloon is right_ Ia'a given ,Id in all ever varieties .".
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;'.1' ... .LACHstate: has two United States Senators.. The salary .' A* I was strolling the tr : :
; beautiful town, admiring }
1 t 4'Stages. Senator is $7,500 per year. hornet with iu happy tmd 1

1 ti The term, pf United States Senators i ta six year's.The citize t, I dropped in at

' term of James P. Taliaferro. Florida senior Senator -. local newtpaper, and aa.1

I expires, March 4, 1911. am yet an advocate of I ( ,
', The'term of Duncan U. Fletcher Florida's j junior Senft was handed a copy of the : |

ator, expires March 4, 1915 1 of. the editors, cited. to a :
its column entitled The
'United States Senators,? are not elected by direct vote of "
to be Decided, and asked I
the people, \ :
i which I have done as
4 They are elected by the legislatures of fhe'selieral-states. I ble, and with, all reipect ,!! ;
4 . Florida has the primary system, used by political l parties 1 ing'and opinions of those I

Instead of the old convention, system, to select. pa.iiY'nom- I whiskey, for 1 presume they 1
inees. but can't see it in the )

I, The late N; B. ar ward rec ived the nomination qf the i its evils. It contained1'' : \

Democratic party for United States. Senator in the primaries calculated to upbuijd or J \
'I\ -- of 191O. I human family in any way; l I
I \ : Had he lived he would 'have been elected to' a .six-year contrary:'it contained : (

term the of James P. the human mind can
u.J. by legislature 1911 succeeding 1
t. Taliaferro. bases and brings )

c.: ,, L His death has.left the Democratic party without a .nominee : women and children to ; '
brands them with infamy
1' 'l' for this'office. i
low the From
in gutter.
n. Unless a primary had been called, the next legislature i
servation not these
!14 would have elected a Senator, leaving the people of Florida I IIt are
It is the origin of many
without an opportunity to express their choice at the ballot J
.' Then thin, same element : (
box.Some . f vocates will mock at
\ 4 ..- people wanted it this way. I your
laugh at' misery,
John N. C. Stockton insisted on a primary. your
.
f: "The State Democratic Executive Committe-e has called i they inflicted this horrible.

primaries January 10-31: 191] 1 I. to select a nominee fort I you Will any feeling or I
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irg man vote for such a
United States Senator. j: ,
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i 'v? John N.'C. Stockton is a candidate before, the people in to destroy his fellow man. I )
(, these primarie for nomination j God forbid.. I I
In making a selection :t may be we.i to remember. that I I I Voters, allow me to say I I
there are now in the United States Senate: : | for truth is the barnof "\

10 poor men. 10 millionaires 16 mining stockholders. i, that.. every man casting a I
22 roll road stockholders and 42 LAWYERS 'irclud'ngrailroad '! I I !8th day of November for
i attorneys and trust lawyers> I accessory' to every .. I
disgrace that : ;; :
Florida now has one lawyer of recognized ab.ity: in the 1 1 'rlmt'.ry .
after befall the human
Senate. I the ,influence or effects of I r ( i
There arE now three candidates before the people: for j j't I
I damnable A> tor I :
Senator TWO of these are LAWYERS xlruj '
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t There should< be LAWYERS .n the United States Senate I I my dear old mother alive 'I I : y
but other classes of citizenship should also oe represented : soon rob her of her living, ]I !
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'A there. 1'the poor 'house to fill a j I| .

i John N. -Stockton ,s NOT A LAWYER. He :s a i as to cast' ; my vote for local: .
,t 1 plain ordinary. every-day citizen whose heart teats n : I |III| ajn not writing this I : :! i
I of benefited by it I 1 '
being ]
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I sympathy with the people ; : ;:
ar .
the fact that the
realize
With Napoleon 13 Broward he has led their f.ght for :
T ... I clean politics and honest government for 22 years. I with me is fast ' :

.. He" has been true.to the people. He has be.en steadfast western horizon and time i i t i i i
..' to principle. ; no more Neither will it t

t Ha has never been rewarded. He has made a life-long I It of the adults of the '. : !
\t\\. study of governmental questions from the 'standpoint of 'I'I'd with a hope and sincere .
be removed far
the masses and he is equipped to render the people greatservice may as Ii
East i is (Ifrom the West; An f
in the United States Senate.
f Jphn Stockton says to the people of Florida:' "If elected I rising generation these
"to the high office of United States Senator. I will close the boys and girls that God CARSON."I I j I

t t books of private business and while holding the people's I to bless our homee and '
office I will attend to the peoples business only." j I may develop into pure I ,

1 ; John Stockton has declared that he appeals to all the I womanhood without ever'
people Qf Florida for this public trust, and that he offers I' evil influence or damning J't"
1t himself of his own accord,and on his own merits. I be what God intended them : f
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"Let us turn our faces to the future: let us forget tracf. II I : 1
t tionhl strife; let us bury bitterness In the grave .of the i the great principle of self- ; II I s
past, and let unite on a man for Florida's highest office, is at'stake. I agree with I
is at stake. The dawn .f i
who is .a candidate no combination, ,the creature of no
1, Tl, clique. ELECT JOHN -N* C.: STOCKTON TO THE is upon us. Will not the !

t 1 UNITED STATES SENATE, and the wires, well flash the this lovely Land of Flowers j ; t

'''.'' news to the world that the cause of,the'_ people has again. their lethergy and drive ,
1. !, triumphed Florida politics. who propose to destroy
,f, with their hellish traffic
back and out of the State !
j they cafe for the
r, town country, or the ; ,

Office ef lust children for gain.further Will than you to |{ i

y' R. C. MILLER J. element to dictate to you r I}
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r Treea.Ovcoote CO. JIssirr.es H Oct ZS.10u
f children and drench .
your
r. Pearl Grit Rrtofini Co. Orlando Fla. '
Gentlemen. the very essence of hell
Keplylne Jour enquiry > roof, will I aaj it dido t leak a crop I Ibare
bat'h
been doctoring for a long :n"b bad about e t a new roof> wan toe J J' they can run open
r' only. : way to tx 'It, but Tour material > .eata to hare dome the work at a very fimali coot the Empire State
r E.eo the bad atorm of a few day*afro. It held rood gia If
take pleeeure iD. recommending. 7001'goods toaavone who baa a leaky roof. forbids it. why did they
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YoUr truly.B .
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C. MILLER ville and Tampa with this ;:
A -WE HAVE A BUSHEL MORE OP THIS KI"'D' OP LBTTEBS- and destruction?
''S __ predation : I
If you can fix it yourself Ross Craves will sell you BLACK mistake and, for honorable I say that to j' 1/'
PEARL METAL PAINT and a can of FIXITITE roof cement proud /'J
trod under
t be
I to openly
, with full directions-how to do it. ''not believe it until 1
;.,__, \ If you can't do it or don't want to, address thePEARL
ida will suffer inch a
GRIT ROOFING CO. ORLANDO
upon them. Let us auj nd
Y I Well attend to it. tion and make Florida

If you have'to have a new roof. investigate: PEARL GRIT Voters, don't be

I I ROOFING. It] will save you! money. that care nothing for

.' ''C""t 1 Leak, Won't burn, and Lasts a Lifetime". only self gain. An
: might cost thousands of
and children to be
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,1 lions of dollars 08t. Look :

i', 'If'. ment what a very small
,r W. H. ARNOLD in the framing of the .
. this grand nation-fallowing

.. !.; . Contractor and Builder . almoet blood enough to the shed Nile.to make
n $
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..,. AP "ND" HST/MA7s. e. P.O. error.
," A.'OAT.ON. Viewing the scriptures
er ON
M1. J ,"', .1 God himself found it
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:!It _ .! His
amend ,
- plans or
be
+ I guarantee my work when complete-d.. to
speak. When satan
C'Ontradfod ror I
just as ,-._ _
i against Michael and his
fl '
4 P. O. 110& .., R..clcnco. Uyyar &ad.at I cast .satan out nine times,

KjSSIMMEE FLORIDA that measures day from '

ly -i he lay prone upon the

__ : his mangled form and
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yt". .i. WHAT IT MEANS .i. examplefcasT; -theni out
/ S. Pl.do not know what Balllt'.Capital M for.or the difference bcitweeir : they go is hell; they
'4 : wank of little or no capital and one with a large capital : bell.
j A a"rrs: CAPITAL AND SURPLUS : And now for a last
I U u...toad that eroteeta the depoaltor from lop beak, tkerefore.... the larger it ii' the : will a Christian vote M he \
e greater prolectioa the depoeiton have Thia aOapltalof
", :.' I ...... ....,...... ..... .,.. ....190.00000Bnrpln .:.. how,oh, how are you living
\0\" fund of..ooo liaUUty ...... .. .00 oo r8tookb.IA.lr E ai-e you going the & ;

t ,,- ....w .,:..... .. .. .,. ... .. $130,000: ir you doing the will ef the
ThU mean thet..maetloMSLlA.OIM.00.More ear depoeiton. wild loee a i- you living for Jesus, today
1 .'I', sat..Tki proteetjea, !III for YOU. i.. may be too late. A.-.

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i. rreatdeat Vs.rr-w-t CaaklerfttjtrS :
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Light of. Experiencetemperance \ i! TheIpwn/

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': eyerjone feeling in a genial mood, the .. :#
1 botfiagrce' to the i for ; of f of :-". FROMI ST. CLOUD TRIPIM '
: I as'; necessity.. ' the advancement' ,causa. merry party repaired 'the parlor and :-'" e:
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". I The: ..ocal Option Committee claims' that prohlaied >ltTorv: Isffijsctive. R. jB.aruer visited Kinsimraee hearts clothe 'old boys,",songs ,
'. i on.Monday-Jast. which,take them back to'those days of 'I:. -
Into community against its wialjesprove3jnef! | The d>o
'LJi i I I Anti-Saloon League denies this. TFT; PROOF. EVery city In Homes '1 battle, and, as, one of our comrades ret t,
are here and
springing up marked"Makes feel like
boys
us
I evefy'stato'wide" state is allowi opervsaloons in defiance \
\11 / \ ,I"I.. now there thro lloat St:. Cloud If by .
aa
'/: 'Of: this prohibition law, : h ( I again A' delightful afternoon Was
: / ) I': magic: It'would be Impossible to" more whiled!! away, at the close of which! e

, The Local i Option Corrimit -o Im8 .tha.t temperance will I than ggeM at the number now' In. the guests departed wishing Mr. and Mrs. I

: ( ba bettef advanced under the Home, Rfcto-'system. The Anti-Sa- course of / /Construction, as every day Williams long life and happiness ..

: loort League claims it will be better a.avanc.ed'underthe, State-wide I there, are new foundations being,laid. 4A '

< method. THE PRQOF. Under Hpme Rule ; thirtyfjve} cpunties "pie social* wa. held af-G; A. R,
\ have voted out the saloon; are 'no wlenfbrclnjr Prohibition/() and The Shak s.r Qolony is still the mecca Had.on Tuesday evening last, for the "

1 ADVANCING THE CAUSE F TEMPFRANCE. Every for a,larjfcT>> tuber of sightseer! Quitea benefit bf the baseball l team. The affair

., state that has adopted the STAT -WIDE method allows' OPEN number of n tw arrivals visited the II was most successful, from a 'social and 'J
f' '
i : SALOONS, to exist consumes mo liquors than under. Local Op' beautiful orange proves and pineappleflelde financial standpoint.' There was not a i i.

tl'on' and has RETARDED, THE USE OF. TEMPERANCE. of the Shakers' during the past dull moment from the time Comrade THE CAMERON & BARKLEY CO., TAMPA FL/W-
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week. Cooley who Officiated auctioneer, '
as
State Agents. '
The Anti-Saloon 'advocates helped the present Local Option '
held up the firstpie, and! discoursed on
people to enact the HOME RULE clause of your constitution When the'ladies of town take hold its possible and probable virtues, until At a small cost here. Is your Domestic Wnter

under which THIRTY-FIVE o.f your! counties have voted DRY. with the idea of beautifying and the last delicious pastry was .sold. supply' tend your Irrigating ple nt. Featuring "FOOS"',
do they Local barftrer face of
Why desert the Option in the such
, making it pleasant for the >n wcomer,
Nineteen pies brought a total of t3&$0,
splendid, -accomplishments/for the cause ef temperance to enlist it is certainly suresign that the town I an average of about $1.95. Someof simplicity and, economy extensively. Cost 4 cents .1)-

under the banner of an ALIEN organi toll preying upon the passions will go ahead and prosper. We have in them went for as Jow apiece.as a dollar, per hour to operate.: '-:- "-:-- -:- '''*-'. 1' ,

of your people and exacting its from' your churches, your St. Cloud( a very energetic association and One of them was "knocked. down,' +..w..vw. 9r
'. good women and your little children'? and both-It.and the W. B, C. are'to be after much spirited bidding at $5.90, "
"" in stock deliveries assured' "
Carried prompt .
praised for the effort that are being the record price for the evening. We
made l along these line We understandthat omit the bidder's name by request. - '- ." 9
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''I : order, and that plants'and shrubs have Notice. ;ie
Ci CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. 9.1.Wl'f'E.L
A.
i'O0 already been order for that purpose. Notice is hereby given that the Board ......i4..t. v.............." a.Reterr .... .

$ to $1.i O.OO per Barrel The ladies of the Improvement Association of changed regular County meeting the Commissioners voting on October place ,in 3rd at Election 1910 their, ::1 1' -

will, with a. few invited guest District No.4, Precinct No.4, from
hold their annual banquet next Monday Peghorn to the town of St. Cloud; and KISSI/ MEE LUMBER CO.1.
EARLY m IRISH POTATOES the G. A. R.
night:, and we undestand this will be a that they hereby designate
Hall, at the town of St. Cloud, as the
yearly occurrence. After this meeting::
voting place In Election District No.4for
Bring In'northern Markets we shan probably hear of new improvements - the ensuing general election to beheld .
Rough and Dressed ,
t. a ,
that ,will be suggested and undertaken I < On Tuesday November 8th 1910.
I hands.- and the official
Witness
with the usual energy and I j I seal ot said our board this October 3d, 1910.
zest. E. L. LESLEJY, Chairman. /
I PINE LUMBER
H PLANT THE POLARIS I I Attest: Arthur E. Donegan. (SEAL)

: We are extremely glad to see that ...
the doors of the St. Cloud Hotel are WILLIAM
A. BLOUNT IOF
I now open, and that a cleaning is

: 490 BARRELS GROWN going\ on and the furniture being placed i HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
; here Tn Florida on FIVE ACHKS, quality the b'est. More large and things made to look like 'business PENSACOLA
, potatoes to the hill and largest: yield of any-of the proved and tented Messrs. Perkins and Frisbie have taken :j'I CANDIDATE FOR
: va'Reties. Wi; can supply a limited quantity this ecd potato
: grown in AROOSTOOK County, Maine for $3.25' per bag ((2j hold of the house and if the manner in I I United States Senator S3,
: I bushels) freight prepaid to any Railroad station in South Fla. Orders which they are 'arranging: things-can; be ;
: I must be sent at once accompanied by a cash deposit of $1.X I)) taken as a criterion, St. Cloud will havean
: per bag;balance payable when ehip November or December
hotel of
up-to-date which our town
: as desired. PLANT EARLY FOR HIGH PRICES. Our Manager. - i
:: -' and a resident marketing.for twenty-six years. will advise as to planting, digging can be proud. : : e; The Graystone Auto Garage,

: The Misses. Camille Mofrrison and Effie W'-
; ; Sanford Produce Lawson gave an informal fudge partyat -, f AGENCY FORS I

\ Wecansupplyyoupotato Chase's last week':... The guests were
barrels from our Barrel
the Messrs. Herbert Chiles and H. C. ,
Factory. Car lots or less. '
Witwer. A delightful evening was BUICK "LTGAS '
"c1 Also Bean. Cuke and Let C SANFORD FLA.'J.1 AND
oe spent in preparing the delicious confection -
OVERLAND
i{ / tuce hampers. an art at which the charming e e?ar ';

r *''. 'r.frbr INrIloa to editor this p.p.r' school mistresses are as expert a* the HUDSON STEAM CARS ,
boys are in making it disappear. WHITE n
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and Accessories
Supplies Repairs
nd Sixth street, set a rosebush ,., ,
twelve Inches high, of the Duchess de J.
Brabant variety about April 1st, last. AMPLE GARAGE 4
E..L. LESLEY COMPANYOUOLJD
Il The growth! of this beautiful plant in ROOM PHONE, 164. x "/I

our soil has been almost as wonderful 'It
as the growth of our colony.city. Nearly

_- .- r= I 300 roses have been picked from this .
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GENERAL LINK OF' /flower itself-is one ot'the'tnost The man who is running on his own,merits Ct' f
'r HARDWARE beautiful and fragrant roses we have '
and against Ring and Factional Politics.
ever seen.I ,
Tool. Poaclttn .araUar.. Palate l Oil-and Varal.hes. Ol..w.r.roc'. "- I The nan who is ruining against the Perpetuation J '1

*ry .a ct 01....... Fan Lid nt O.at*' PMral..bltta., Hat I There i is no industry that could better of- United States Senatorships in : ,:
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a T
industry. Florida is essentially a cigar; J/ T
: GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS |'I manufacturing country. and tobacco

t can be imported and grown as well here T, /jft. RIVERS, /ft d.% I D.
Grocery Located on N. Y. Ave., 2 doors( from t. Cloud Hotel as in any place in the state. This Is an
Hardware Store Penn Ave., near llth St. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
for few who
opportunity a veterans
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r OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST Ag.at.Parr for PULLBV Parp.ugle.s 6F JOHK ON have a small amount of capital to startin OfiW over Osceola Pharmacy f r..

on a small scale and increase the out- :" Resldeoce 53

F'VRNITTJ'RE: put gradually. We would suggest that I. PaONIS! tf Office 148

a few hands be hired, and as the sales\ '
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I nosu ,, '
CASH UD INSTALLMENTS! I
increased the number be increased.


1- Peat Ave between tOtta Aid link Prompt Deliveries j Comrade e. I. N. Albertson and his son, Dr.. F. G. and ThomasonPHYSICIAN SURGEON j//1// --------.--------.' :1 1

Edward M. Albertson, arrived here ,
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from Bangor. Pa., on Wednesday even* Office Phone 74 Residence 126 ..

C. A. CARSON, President s. o BRYAN, SECRETA.ar ing last and will remain for the balanceof -- .- -- 'I I ;
the winter. Comrade Albertson was D A. VANS AGNEW, .VI"fl
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here last winter and planted: a specialhill \ -

The Waters & Carson of sweet potatoes .February, I I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ y FOR THE BEST: BREAD IN THE WORL1Th'e D f',
he decided he
Thursday morning wanted I I
NO-AARY PUBLIC
AND ,
some "sweets" for breakfast. The .sweetest, lightest and most wholesome" .

Grocery Company first one he dug weighed six and one- KISS1MMEE.FLAJ is made from Quaker City Flour A good& ,,,!,

i : half pounds, the second seven pounds, cook never fails in her baking when, the
and the third balanced the scales at Dl2- W. SIMPSON '
flour is taken from bag barrel 'iib'tho -
& or
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
In-'I eleven pounds, being twenty-four inchesin ,
r _. circumference. We think this a fair DENTIST. ""Quaker City" label-in red and blue t tVs ;

GROCERIES example of what ca i be done by intelligent Upstairs In Kata Building. shown above., Insist on this 'label-it's".
i
cultivation of our soil. --CB Nouns: tilL m. to 12 m. your guarantee, direct from 'the miller, .r i
r 1:30'bb 5:30 p. m. 01! First Quality flour. .
The Ladies' Improvement Club met Telephone No. 76 Jun a. lyrJ ,

at the residence of Mrs. Robinson on

WE SELL "WE BUY Wednesday afternoon last. A committee M. WILLSON, JR., , .
CITY FLOUR
was appointed toprepare aprogramfor QUAKER MILLS CO.

HAY HIDES member the coming are the year.Misses The Allen.committee Patterson S NOTARY STATE PUBLIC.AT LARo.... PHILADELPHIA,

GRAIN
FURS Campbell, and Mrs. Coeper and Real Estate Agent. -
FERTILIZERS Mrs. Eppenaugh. The first annual I l

1 WOOL.. banquet will be eerved at Aldenworth I I KISSIMMKK.. ____ ___-'_ __ FLORIDA- ___ ,
tr, SHINGLES Lodge the residence of Dr.: C. S. -.- ...............
I .j( AND Cooper, corner of Minnesota avenue '
a ORANGE
J Jt' WRAPS BOXES ALL and Seventh street, Monday next at 7 i THE, T ICEA.WEEI"I I The RULL BASS MARKET e

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.... ORANGE p. m. AU ladies who have signed the
TIMES UNION
I \ VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY constitution, and 'by-laws are invited to t i Burden Building__ ,One Qjock from Depot ,
be pre e t. with'an invited guest -/I

CRATE NAILS PkObUCE A jolly party of -friends andneigh, i -The-' T"UIllloe.II--. ) the Fresh Florida U[ all kinds. :w
TIa ...... ,CII, .... 1'T8'of'
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bore of Mr and Mrs. LemuelWllliama.: and IJ. J' I
We Cell field and garden seeds of all kinds. '- ". including our famous drum'corps gathered ::;;, _..... Wptern ; ", .J1o.,

L :;' We give special'' attention to fitting out hunting) and, camping at their residence"on Friday last specdgeets.eb dvMaa PQUl/TRY.: EGGS' FRESH ?ISH', ,,
r ,w. pa-rties. .. immediately following the ,meeting of It'-...-..... bonktlJ: 'peelIry.etc. ,, ; f ;*!

Free delivery city,limits. Phone No. 12. the Post. Several spirited selections Special,1UentiozLt1' 1ume'Ordlr"1zhtrl"r'"' '$; i I"

,f I -, / We are cpunty agenta' for IO ferUlizara.' .A ak ua| forlcircularan : by the drain corps preceded the serving 02IB TB.... OlfB 1KH-L4M. . Delivery,any part of.lhe City., f:hon J 9t;.?..-,(: . t r/f.,.

t ') !,prices:\ (in fertilizers. of a,delicious luncheon, by the pqpn"Tr .i.su-UaMNEMM ..' > t.lI't

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,. ', Tfie*""Kissimmee*> J':1 a11)i y f Gai Ue Mr Mr.;: B."Ul."Uotwh"and; : was married and two to ,1 l ONLY MAN LIVING G/f Parker Corrected.' I __ _h___ _

.. -- -Harkey, just one year .:Mr. G. F: rark"er.Kl8simm, Flat .
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months ago.. She was a general Savor ---- ". '
& i PUBLISHED EYXRt FRIDAY.r I Dear Sir: It has come''to myJJJtowtIeMlg'e i-1
r its with'all who knew her, and her [ Osceola '
Office in .Valley Gazette' Building.. death has east a shadow over every Who rte Saw Tells. How j that you or your friends bre dr. e

KISBlMlitE.o CWM.A OOOITY. FLA. '', He Was'Trapped. dilating a report that I am' advocating *.
home, in that town.
your election> to the office of
County
Iler remains'' were' brought to this 'Tbe"tcii o.wln"brlef sketch of how '
W, HARRIS,. Editor.. .. '
$I.J city on Sunday anti"funeral services Osceola, theSeminole Chieftain, wee.
5..1. TRIPLETT, Associate l Editor! 1 1t .Tt1, fact'of your being'in the employ "of M h.d t
held in the' Baptillt''cJurch, Rev. in tit .
a t __ ___ .. ,- were captured, appeared ati01"laJ.' hue A. .C, L. railroad I ?
if
f>.. c, SUBSCRIPTION RATES:' Bunyarr:) Stephens ..officiating.( The interment Tribune/rora the/ pen of Henry"Tolman .other/ reason,'would in company no .r.

.. r "A OM OPT.._'3''..r.. $100n. took place in Rosehill ceme- ''of Green. Harbor, Vase: i my"opinion makeyou
..... ... monh,.. ... . bo unfit for that'office. '
J.- W. ttC'ix
\.ery;under the direction of Mr "I believe that t 1 am the only": man ; ,, ,
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,(, AH connnnicatioM" : .ioep{ from our author. lrompron, undertaker living that ever saW+ Osceola, Chief of Supporting: Major Murphy, and 1
{ .... tnrrmrpoodmt. *.mint b.tUrned b.th.writer j Seminole believe that he ia the man for the
r the Indians. 'Jf there
are
mtMr will-not b r.turned l untoMBntmd -
1 .... f.. 1 place, as evidenced by hla recogi in the 1
-\ .others I would like, -to hear from them '| '
\ The Bar. office since his 41.Wk7.
P appointment-by Gov. U.
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p-- *t UM PMtaOlo KI8 Im_ FUdcU -.M Osceola. :was captured durlnLhiwinterof ,; : i

t. "'-. mil __. ',.=.' _- ." =, ", The saloon I is sometimes called a .''bar 18.17 near 'Indian River by GerteralJesmjp Gilchrist. yours truly' t.

+ Friday-Nov. 4, 1910 .that's true. while under) the protection of a 45-ltpdj W. .R. Makinpon,, < ':; ,,;: .
A liar\ to heaven, a dour to hell; flag of truce. Owceola had agreed .to.'' +

I Whoever n med it,- named it'well.A meet Jessup at that place. for R 'con. Proceedings of i,,

bar to'' manliness and wealth ference. It was stipulated Osceola! was K

i ;i t Is Sent Complimentary. A'Joor-:. to\\ wa\t-and broken health; to be accompanied by 50 warrior', while the School Board I iI ; ,

Parties receiving this paper A bar to honest pride and fame Jegsup was to have the 'oamo?< numberof ,
s.w .
.. fk who are not regular subscribers A door tJi sin a'rtd grief and shame. troops. +a"

+i must not think that it is the intention A bar to hoW, a\ar to prayer.A "They met according to agreement Kissimmee 'FlaOct..- 4, 'JO. I t

4 of the publlshers-to later door to darknefiVtind despair. I out instead of respecting- flag of The Board of Public Instruction met II i

demand of .them"the subscription A bar to honored, useful life; truce the General had other troops stationed in regular session! there being present I
A door brawl Wnseless strife. who closed in upon them W. C. Bass, Chairmajr E. E. Brown
pace as it is mailed to them complimentary ; to g, : nearby
( and J. B. '
Tumblin also W. J.
.1', ; by our: Board of Coun- A bar"to all thatsNtrue and brave, ;and took O.Ocpola! and his! whole partyprisoners Superintendent. ; Sears :

r r ty Commissioners for the purpose A door to every dru ard'lIllrav.., and marched I them to St.Augustine Minutes pf.laM regular sent.ion wereread I ;! ,

'1:; of acquainting them I A tar to joys That hoe imparts, where they> were confined and approval.B. !. .
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many advantages and opportuni4 I A door to tears and acmrig hearts.A in) the) old Spanish fort now called ForU" C.II"Miller.follows. County: Treasurer, reported '

.) ties this town and county' offer bar to heaven ,a door U) hell Marion. At that time 1 was serving in To the Honorable hoard;of Public, In- i

the, homeseeker. "The"paper will I| Whoever: named'it, named well. Co. E. 2d .U. S. Art. then ptationed at Mruction mend for Osceola County. .,

be mailed for a few weeks to any 1!| -Autho Unknown Fort Harlem on Black Crct-fc. a tribu- ] herewith'teiidnr my report as Treasurer I i :

l person whose name is given us, ,I \ fary of the St. Sohris Itn er..ome 15 or of Opceola County for the month iI I .:. .': ,..J.:
of September.I A. 1>. 1910.t.KNfcHAL. .
and if they should desire tore- I In Selecting Your Bank 18 miles above Jacksonville.! I u'a one !
1 '''-HI>O.. Ft)N nTi
ceive it regularly thereafter, t a detail of eight mr ordVred from ,
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) war I iMiiti. < truru IM--I N'Iort.. 0
,- would be glad to put! them on our I (Give careful attention to the stability |flour company: to proceed':: to Pi Auputtirt -- Am I n i-'.i 1 'r.nu nti>|it.Xpfll;!I .< '. t !>"
of the.hunk and its -I' |_ via Q(|
Jt subscription: ,list at the regular: willingness- cooperate > by steamer and take or boast\ Os- -nlcci'! lunik .,r 74
with patrons I jtv the development T"r i i. T." I.---! I'o.ls"
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rates-$1 per year, 50 cents for :, cC'lii and few otherant' proceed $12 (00 ,4 17

six months. J of their business i .- with them to Fort :Mou'ttie' Charles! $ l 76 HOM o, I If

1 'iI 1 Whether' the account be large u,ir i ton. S. C. Osc.-t'oloonlyh\.deon..n'lonth I''''''' w r-rhil-' '.- ,J..T I,T .
,. _ small we appreciate' pa .sage.. (Hir broke his han think .. ALL SECTIONS OF FLORIDA jI
I -'----:-- -: l captivity: 1 it ui I 1 'Ia.u r "0 FOR I
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i There i is customers value and "Iwnk on" our ", he trusted! hIs liftami.' liberty to'the HI mx,L ftL'l'lEIT. NO. / f UNITED STATES SENATOR ,
( one constitutional amend and l Wsist t i !.,. .irv.t. jfai-i "' ",rt .. ;1 ,
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willingness to t .
ment'that of Section 35 of ability them I honor of: a white mar! am] wa li.- u. \ bt'nr 1 11 Jlalm-1 1
I t. Articles) \\\1> Col 1 lax I'I. .... T
in every WI!\ consistentWth' "8f. I it rayed.His!.
that will be voted I --I I.
on next Tuesday that ;\.
should receive ; I sound.banking. \ remains lie, upon thV rampHrti'of ',- I I- i lo. ''ftn< i t. 4" I T '-=
I "j the unanimous vote ofthe r
1''I., people of Florida. 'If passed, the I; This makes for a Inu\IJslly\atldact-\ Fort Moultrie. marker by a stone. HI UtK.L't'a "Ii.r. 'I" J< 'illrt-DK B.. TumbHu llMnk., aoct.,im, fa order mo.( itttr ,-()I\\> ''l.txt.i 'to,,' I I I Baker At HulinuH Co., Jacksonville-!; Fla.,
l h.4..1..u. lu.t 1 that the xc-ho l )board
I ry and profitable arrarl! I p right will be the a. Mil'1 'B"rHnl"
given legislature to .t: r lie t 6 (tM'' Stitlldar'l I (U,1) .'0 (tiwiollne. tt '<0 | for material furnished for the _
future financial wtll-ljeirTK\ /: V,>f both 1 served.. from 8. JK.<1. 6 f, any
May u<
t. ri i tUMKllU-
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increase the numt>.r judicial circuits b ' ',r .. \li| N. .M' | new St. Cloud) m-honl hriuxe.I .
> bank and 1 1 14. < M II a bbanl.a.archer. ,
Nu.
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As pointed) out in another column by patron. i i I lt*>V>. Three years of that time in the "' n ,' ", 'IIHH Ethic' A rev sal! teacher N" ' on I In regard tt> matter of janitor'for St.
t Col.! P. A. Van. than We shall I be pleased to have you OJ>'Tan Army of the Potomac and! ! months in 'I .111 'in.T'' '' t.. M. HuhbnfH !: t.1.) tmrliFr N'> .nl I. I Cloud school was passed Until new build- -
Agnew, whom < litolrtti I irojjl (cart t n taut | ,,' f" .. there is no more learned lawyer in thtI' account with us. / the Navy, the most of the tim on the I'J. ii HI t r...t.ivi-O I ln la IHI '" imiil! + nrrnnt-" t n ,, I for $2.I/tlCI.tJCI i per 01 ( upon report
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45-lt ) t No
State Bank of Kissimmee < '0'
'f+ .. W bah. Since the dose of the civilwar I i i i = .
state nor one who habits welfare more hailer Htarlin Imu' mi' }p "il>4' No M I MN( > Supt. Sfurs! and Chairman Buss was
l at heart, the number of circuits now --- I served three year I ir the life- t "i Ine.ar< | 1 tINa {I--.'oil.! HaivlH alt C.,.. '.'\'t'i'1' 15 drawn in favor of N. F. Bass, the building .
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I': ,' authorized are" wholly inadequate to Partner Wanted. saving service. The most remarkable I Paul warrartti.i MI1LKH. County of Treasurer J. 1.. Overstreet, tax M.-stir in and I : having been inspected and said
in the sum $634.9t'i: ;
amount found to be"due from the county
of fc.r.O'pola Florida, submitted i
13 county "
( meet the demands made them part my years'of service, in which' i were cance'led in vegsion. *
upon open IUt their full of said
I would like to find a goal man who his annual report, as follows, 1 >-wit: t part contract. '
.and the only manner in which the legal 1 participated in all of the great battles I Bill were approved and warrant Kit-Hiinrnee, Kla. (let. In the matter of .sale of old school lot
would like to take the busineV"* end of l.-t. 191((
;'I-I matters can be disposed of in anythinglike of the Army of the Potomac up to, I i..uf'd i a.s follows:. To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction at liasnir>Kfr, there were two bids. as
'I _. the New Home Bakery as partner. i M j "Ka s,, follows: J. H. Walker '45 R. L. Al-
: r the time that Gen. Grant took ("om- .In; "ID"U ini : ;
a reasonable time, is for the w v :,
number aa-h : I
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Small d
capital required. 1 rman 'f>(). Mr. Alderman the .
that being) -
the
1 E'.lIr""u M hereby certify
of circuit courts to be increased. -mant). never was wounded or lost aday's i. 1.1 .01'j following is .
a 45-lt A. Smith Kissimmee, Fla. ;J B. 1'ulI.hllu., V 1' I I I H (Ihi a correct amount of taxes to be highest bidder, the chairman and nuperintendent
1 It is up to the people' to decide whether ,, duty! from sickness or any cause II' H Inlor. Com. I..... 1474 for Jhe various school collected were directed and instructed '
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t 1.j they want their legal matters attendedto - - " whatever. I was born ir. the town ofMarehtield ;1 l\iill Hors try( Irxatk. printing.' .', tfl: districts: in Osceola. special for I to draw det-d. to said lot in favor of Mr.
rHveg. MuppIIPM.'tiool. county 1910
ti : 1-7 I e J
; Gold O April 1 17, 1817, and celebrated p
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Warming .. "t Alderman of said $50.
in ( "IIa] Puhllflhm Cu-palls. '.10' I to'wit: upon receipt
a respectable length of time or to Castle Kilkenny la one of the oldest my 93d birthday April.. last. Jamie R. Powell, labor'rh..<>) XI>, In 4 7:' ) Special School District No. 2 234.53 A petition wan filed. asking that a

f be\ continued from term to term of I Inhabited dwellings la the world. some I The Ruling- Pa..ien. ;; K Hnnlir K.j 11 Ilnrlipr 1' ut, rum Intmr LUr nc-hixi wh.alu. : No. HI.'lu ,' 34 00 Special School District No. 3 977.44 room be added to school'! No. 20, colored -I

court, as they are at present of be room being bOO years old Son-Pa, every DOW aDd wee '''I 'i J W. J. r*_r.inrltlrnUilv. :ll 16tiuf Special School.District! No 4 721<.5J: the boanl after considering\ the matter I II

I Among Its ancient treasures la a service something iu tbe 1/81>1'1'8oout tb ice. i, J II. Lumber Hunnell Co.....v, ktmtter!,-... ""rh.,iol No.X-.! 4.50 no J. L. OV(>1'8u't'fc't. I decided said tha'Wt was impossible to grant -
The of gold plate.- Besides the ordinary > N. V. Baas full am< 'I"'!5 lij ,-?<( S4 Loud Tax Assessor Qseeola County. request \flf
country newspapers have 'a "rullns passion. What Is It, anyway i/ I, "tJiool) boo..r .' IKK) no Mrs Nellie'D. Ferris applied' for the There beinK no further business, f\ ''
--1 greater influence In the land than the plaU service. Caatle Kllkennj Pa after a cautious glance around I! JDO l.-JO'ei-'lrr': t.Ilnyllr'.Iq 2: 70 position of instructor of water color board adjourn till next regular meet-

fl.. a , great dailies of the large cities.; They baa the whole aeries .of gold cups used '' the apartment)-It's a disease ;your ma I Ginn A..:rh Co.8..1 liool Moob'book qf.. books I J9244oiitti 'A Ulmerlon ( painting in and for school No. I. and Ing. "

are freer from trust domination, reflect at coronation banquets down to the I i U badly afflicted with my sou.-Lon.: I 4 nook C" '...I bOo aOl 7r.1 she was referred to Prof.....Evans. I W. J. SEARS W. C. BASS*,
!.' time of George IV. The gold of the don Tele rapb.. 'MttzeDB Bank ''.!'' months i ,500 ( Supt. Stars Was: instructed to write Superintendent., Chairman.
more thoroughly the opinions of the '
.. aerrlce plate. .Is almost without alloy, I L _
: 'It" people;, mold and direct -
r' public thought consequently very soft and easily .
F and are freer from objectionable feature rjqarred: ben.ce the plstes are warmed
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t rL *. Too often in the large }dailies and presumably; also washed after use I

f tbe.power of some.able editorial aimed by being dipped Into but water.-beld

-f.;''ta ,at moral] abuses is destroyed by seeing, by a pair of tonga wb .*' Ups have W AN TEDME N "

"', perhaps upon the same page, in' large don been Kail.muffled la chamois Io.tbor.-Lo." 'i
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advertisement which help to:foster
the
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Such
lIP advertisements finds-no place \
in the columns of the rural paper.- j I. GOOD SENSE 1 .
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ro' Gainesville Sun. Good ii fund Jowly and
< tense a I PROSPER
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: II, 1 t' painfully accumulated by ll>e labor COLONYGood

t.: r Minnie Uc rkey. of centuries. It is a jewel of the t I "

ft lint water whose value he alone I .
It was a death of unusual sadness understands who has lost it or who wages and steady time.
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when Minnie Lee Harkey departed this observe the life of others who have /. '-. ,

if. ..,.life: on Saturday last at her homein lost it. I think no price too great / SECRETARY BOARD TRADE ).

in Loughman, aged seventeen years to pay for gaining it and keeping it. Send forilJmtrated Uacarine OF ,,. ;
+j4' 4. : leaving a husband! mother father, three '
for the possession of that *
Sisters and* brother to'mourn her de and a judgment that eyes discern see- -r. Prosper\ Coluu)'/ "Kent free. TAFT FLORIDA .:

;f partnn"and cherish her memory. The Charles.Wagner. .. ...-2t ,
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deceased wee the. daughter of Mr. and I' "
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I Get it from us or. some other' reliable Railways under 'construction; Titles ;

0$ l. COY; -but get 'It and do it NOW/; Only a few guaranteed; Abstract free.

'A t\ ) .short years Vnd, every acre of this grand 4i 9 Lek 'A a rS The !studs are undulating prairie and pro-

"f .' country-the *\\'Italy of America"-wiy sell at duce in abuncance-Pineapples, Grapes, Oranges '

... 'e : such prices that
\i" many. Then it will be LEASES and they Kaffir Corn Velvet Beans and all Fodder

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v ,are not nice. Crops. Pecan Nuts:etc., etc. Anything you '

r, For a time, at least every purchaser of care to plar4.The .

+ ,," .o Prairie lands will be given a photo of his fineSt, YEAR ROUND white man's

land-.WE ORIGINATED this clan of selling climate 1 ON EARTH:, thrown in free.

lan andVvould like your opinion of it. Y Ib.Ar Present pricesX $20.00 an acre 20

( Wouldn't YOU like to own a tarm like S4f acres upwards: $1.00 acre\ down and $1.00 ',

f this? We have over 125.0OO acres- 4 r'kiCa.
you + N an acre monthly. No taxes: or interest. .

'+1 ", take your choice if you apply now and you I aAr- >v -a>c 4. Telephone service now available Steam y
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fi can order by letter and have several weeks to boat competition to our lands insures low '

examine. same. railway rates. Saw Mill on the land supplies r

flII allkinds of building lumber. vSs 1

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,t .;"> -:;;with your: farm., your money will be cheerfully have averaged over 1000 acres PER DAY .
t1. iard tli Tnitelllll. eerltsr Itlg. Jt2 teM Tsc. Vsls .. .. .
.,.. M ; .refunded. Wf. M Md4 fsris|44 IML and every purchaser made mohey. '

.::-, OMAHA, NEB. TOLEDO, OHIO. MINNEAPOLIS, MIKN CHICAGO. III. PORTLAMO, OREGON. KISSIMMEE, FU '.

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: 1116 KlsslmmcclValleu$ Gazelle} Mrs.' S. 3j.Triplett, who/ at present" sludge udJey A. Glenn Vbo .., .
.1 came to -
. . -.. I In the- Church and. Hom ioepital *l KJllBimm.e two peke ago a helples/ = FLORIDA P ODUUS'Onehalf r r1 for C'oaatyliitEe "; i-
Tat@PNONE NO. Orlando where she wade ent a .very invalid, in /
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.. .: '.t1, .. ., .I serious surgical operattotJV on Tuesday daughters improving caN of wife and twp -..;..., j I" w. c. T. U. J/To tb. Voters"of Omceolm CI1t f"lorlda1! .-
. I' t7s .' of last week, will return Jbme Sunday. he able so rapidly that I Htrlat been iwqnMtM br s fur*,nmnlxu 0*
) EVERY FRJDAV was ', to takIIOme steps;una.sieted .. (fie /my friend>..ofdenatytobeomea <
; PUBLISHED Turpentine .
, t ) I ''Mr. W.i S. Alyea. 'whorTjas spent the' the early p rt'of> -this wee His Phosphate 'The 'W. C T, U. have all plans made I CftudldaM, .(the nut fiatrul vHKiklon. Io lie !; M
; I held OD November Sits, A. DI. all therscsoer
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itf" family isle tqi ,
,'. -BY- past four months the expect him to ie able to walk and long Staple lotion.V for voters esu.ed. the .
J w,, traveling through alone HIVingIUlle3 to the near the bp resdeoatlw and remor'elerlade0 .!
I:,, ..t 1fV.. B.'MAAFtld. Western states arrived in the..eiythis let few Weeks. They swear. 'by-t. J j TlJoJls. i I;. r. Kribbt/roni tb. "....,.... ,
', ., 'i N'N${''!' ........ ." '-. I ., .. morning, and'will at once his real, .the Kieaimptegclimate! l ., 1 The National Magazine of Boston for fin election day. The union h.vtae.erreds.Coaug J lid.. be/oro tbxrabr
-.;. open twinsfmnlllmr with the datte of wild. I ..
;.t"),', estate office in the State Bank building. Mr. A. A. LoU '1] October contains messages from the urgently requests that every woman brnlrr.UDUUDC. m>.Mlf a tundidaM for eitece
I' W : \ proprietor the Governors of the
; various
States con who c alT- GraYltone '
: ..Mr; R. B. Woodham, mention ()f Garage, is building 111 addi- cerning present conditions and future j baked ) Mtlioll foot.iipport al -)) tleottofl
;t > Weather Report 'f whose' intended coming was made in Won U the garage that will accommo-l) prospects in their particular Common bean., cookies doughutA'plekJe8 **..*uc trtil ly, : '
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date six /laorr
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our last issue, arrived from England on autos, his present' space not wealths. Gov. .Albert. W., '' etc., and'send the same ;PUtXU'::

.r./ r ,. ., -- "1 Sunday last, and will, in all probability being adequate io pare- for the number I'[writes as'follows about. to the lunch booth by ten o'clock Tuesday -

:4 i' : .. rJ Following are tie daily temperatures make Sun his permanent' home in this sec of building machines anvil in room hischarge at the, rear He ii.of also the I t f date"Florida of Aug.is 20 producing: -'Gilchrlst// morning. Let everybody help in/ r To the Voters of Osceola County': i"g

\ I" and precipitation as new addition which'will greatly faclliol phosphate one-half the ,and this final battle.. Let. our. watchword.: vlae'b.e.' aa Blmoaalr; ..do.ad b W h,

;,. '/ reported: by the Government Mr.-J... H. ', Redditt, the jeweler, hasmoved tate business the handling of that part ''I one-half the long staple turpentine cotton of the I be''Florida' Florida f pcMnU D.mosr.tf.. far tie. .-tl..1a e ;
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st.KlwJninW for the into the Beaman building on United States. Through Its thousands My My ailed this doe.,r 1 b.lbe., y
J'+ station Broadway of train loads Florida, Florida, Dry! Dry! Dry 1 1I ".t by Q.raooe ,h1.t,1 h: u.nouoe . a
hjs business f.. ofvegetables
Nov; having grownt :Mr. A. ( Hamilton, who has so acceptably and fruits Florida ...... ....
: week. ending ; 3 '1910.\ such an extent that it Is joy and I Florida WhenT When?When? I larger-quarters filled .the position of road. sending happiness throughout Florida in Md o .;: .Ma'f 1fAMn \ 'than h. has been occupying were necessary. master of this division of the A. C. L. the various portions ot the United The Dry. 19101"! I MB ...... BO ........u.. to gay a>.tlm. i a
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MIN. C. T. U. will meet at the M. _.. ... '
.. .. States Although not a corn-producing I .1""' ot OT omUnBtian.aiMl 1 Mk Ot* ya.vtof.adtbeer.fO.aeoi.ou.t7
. ... for the cast eighteen} months, resigned E. .* ,
the '
. . . _\ 79. 57 . I State, 50 to 100 bushels of corn parsonage Saturday at 230: p. m. .. i poll aaNov.mbte
Friday Mr.: 'on the first of this month, and wlIIS-Succeeded peracra A large attendance is desired eta.. .. -,
F. Christ'who has | of those
for the is often '
Saturday. .'. . tI5..44 several. past by Mr. B. B.: Haley, who has produced. Florida is ft' interested in this great work. ,war truly n1JlPBy. '
months held
the of
cattle
\ position great timber and fish producing ?
been filling a like position f wit the railroad I i
Sunday. ,j. . 7.3 . local ticket agent of the A. C. L., resigned for a numbe>f State. It is the moat healthful"-State I .

Monday . . :72" 51 and left on Monday night for another company part of the line. / years on in the Union; it has-within 9,000 square .-
1" Tuesday. 78 5$. Ohio, where he has accepted a sjmilar miles of the area of all the New Eng I

Wednesday.Tbuiwday., . 80) 57 ,// position with another railroad. The steamer O ceo of Capt. Clay Johnson, Jr., left for rapidly increasing in population, wealth
Mr. C. H. Williams and family I'
. . 741 55 /. who Baasinger on Tuesday and education. You know that Boston )i
morning, having
have been living in St. Cloud for the
J in Mass., to New representsmany
tow three about England '
past several months, passed throughthe barges, carrying > ON REAL ESTATE
features
seventy; ve thousand pounds of mixed worthy of the highest'
city Monday en route to Spokane
cargo. The steamer Lille; t. Clay civilization. Yet many of your, people ,
Waah., their former roome.W
e
: "' ---- Johnson. Sr., commanding left on the ledve those favored regions to find

I Mrs. G. M. Pearce spent Tuesdayand same, day for points along the lower health, wealth and happinefes in Florida LONG TIME EASY PAYMENTS \ .
Wednesday in Bartow visiting river-route with a full cargo of mixed Many New Englanders are num- 1
-\ THE LOCAL IIEID.t i friends and trausacting business. Mrs. merchandise. Both steamers will return bered among 'our best citizens. The, _> '
fact that : Fof Isrorotstto* Wiltsr: .
Pearce will shortly a general dry loaded with oranges and graper they continue to reside in our -
.l open .
fruit State and do not return enough said. TRUST ,
goods and ladies' furnishing' 1 store in Kissimmee City, In .OE
.! Ny _.ANN",AIINM+ ni the new Beaman building. Mr. J. W. Miller i Is extending his is near the center of the Penfrisular and I .. of -;- ...
JuckNoii 31Boy's
-' i business house on Broadway the full in the artesian basin .
1 There has been a complete change, and in the heart .
Mr. U. \J. SwaWy. made a;tiuirinoaa.; and for the better, of schedule on theMidla7ld I length of his lot 140 feet the business of Florida's most favored section.

t tnp to Orlando yesterday. "" --Railway. Trains now leave' being conducted in it, J. J. Griflin's ---
. .: this garage, having grown to such an extent Open Letter Io Mr. W. B. Makinson.Dear .
at 4:05 the and
Haniflns city : in evening, ar-I|
T r. W. G *- t'ht TuesdavHn (hat the1 present quarters were in-I j ...
rive here
at in the the '
9:45.: morning - ---
Orlando. transacting: business.Mi S being at AjKipka. ) adetjuat The addition IB being -con- Sir: !In reply to your letter in : :
yover.... ( strutted by Mr. John Hansell; cement j the Osceola Journal, denying that you J. f.
B Anna McCallister visited friends Mr,, Bran -Stafford returned Saturday blocks being: the material used were supporting me for County Judge.
hnd relatives in Orlando this week. l last from a two. weeks visit in . I I beg to state that -when 1 first was PantsWarranted
Of the many parties who left Kinaimmee i considering running for that artice that
Messrs. Daniel McCallinter and William Georgia; accompanied by his brother,
fur the
Stafford : on Monday came to in office and voluntarily 1
me
John who will spend a couple you my
)I l IJolive spent Sunday Ktesimmee. of the to hunt deer and'turt"y
I county said that would like
of weeks looking 011".hi.: section witha :you td see.me not to rip. 4
BO far not one has returned therefore- .
County Judge and that if I .
Mr. W. A. Nelson spent the first two view to locattqg. I wouldrun
t ( aye of the _t't'vIPlt nl//:; points in we lire unable to say what has been I was your candidate \vhi j South Florida. Our young putiple enjoyed a real their luck but ao game: of jail kinds me to believe that you would do so. 4
jrhojt-liKe party on Halloween night was reported plentiful this season I This was just after the time that you Mj
--.i Mr. H. C. Stanford woe a business using the vacant dwelling next to that there is no doubt that a large numberof came to my office and got-my legal '
I 'I
visitor to Tampa this week, as was also of Mr. J. M. Willaon Jr.; And until a the families of our town will feast opinion on a case you had in the county Also just received a new ussortmentMEN'S .

_I Mr. H. Fleming. late hour made that section of town on venison next week. judge's court, and requested me to '

.j rinif{!: with merry laughter at the Mr. R. D. Collier has severed his represent you, and which case vies won I ALL WOOL
Mr. M. G. Millikii, one of Atlanta'sforemost antics the "phoBteses" cut. 'I by you on my advice. As to my beinga
connection with the business of
business men, was in the city I ] grocery railroad man, one who.is posted in TROUSERSEverything
no)
10: C. McLean, and will leave in a few
on Wednesday On account of the lecture to be delivered the proceedure of courts would that
by Rev. Culpepper in the auditorium I' days for North Carolina, where h.. will:: use -
aa argument when know that all
they
Mt>sBr&. Ackies Bass. and JulianMonUdoca j on Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. I engage in merchandising. Mr. Collier cases are tried by a of selected '
jury men
Bartow the has been a resident of Kissimmee 'for in Men's andBoy's
paid a visit to the men's meeting will be )postponeduntil by the parties at interest and not by ,
beginning of the week the following Sunday, when an many years, and during his, stay! here the judge. My friends and "
are loyal
I has made host of who wearing apparel
a friends
election of officers will be held. regret
will not be effected letter and ..
_ 1)r. J. C. Moor, who has been some his departure though they wish him efforts by your I
what indisposed the past ten days, !i. Rev. >(!r, the. noted evangelist t every success in his new field. will redouble their and on November
spending this week in Tampa. will deer a lecture on prohibitionat 8th roll up a majority for me
the High School auditorium on Sun- Mr. C. W. Simon and wife of Mon such as was never seen in Osceola I'

Mr. Marion Carson, who has been day afternoon at 3 o'clock and & gen- tivideo, Ind.. and Mr. W. J. Adsit of county before. Yodrs. truly, C. W. DANK i
__
; pending' a couple of weeks visiting in eral invitation i is extended to all citi- Indiana Harbor, Ind., arrived in the 4..Jt' Geo. F. Parker. 'i
ueorgia, returned on Monday. 2vna of Kiasimmee of both sexes to be city Tuesday, the gentlemen to assist -- -
.:' in constructing the road the Southern Old papers can i>e bought at this office .. '
'Mr. A. W. Winn returned on Monday present. Colonization Co. is building through( its at 20 cents per hundred. They are "THE STORE OF QUAUTY" <, "

from a week's" stay in Tennessee" looking Mesar. M. C. Caasels and T. E. immense tract of land in the' southern the Very thing you reed toput under

., over business opportunities. Jeter, prominent busineiis men of part of this county, and Mrs. Simons your matting. "

and Mrs. ft.- G. Canova left on Haines City spent Monday in the city. to enjoy the magnificent climate of this .-
Capt. for short visit to relatives These gentlemen say that times are section during the winter months. The
Monday a in their entire will remain until late
exceedingly prosperous section party
Green Cove Springs. \
friends at .
vr- and look forward to their town spring.Mr. .

IC N. D. Johnson a former resi- making a wonderful growth this winter. G. A. Beach, an old resident. of jy

r of this city but now living in San- this section who at one time owned the "i
this Mr. and Mr*. P. J. Cross arrived in 1
ford} .was in our town for a day the city from Atlanta on Saturday last still at Ashton, but now living at HastIngs 1

_wee C. . __ and have taken rooms with Dr. and spent a couple of days in the city .


...throughout arrived Mr. I.in Isemingr the the city winter), of and Couts and will Ind.possibly remain, has the Mrs.! Kieaimmen-W.the L.position Winn.Drug of Mr.Co.pharmacist Cross has for accepted this Beach the week growth was greeting much our surprised town old has friends at madeduring the wonderful Mr.- :rt ;r V'a! 1 mt I J' ,w A.r.a&.a . i


past year, and says that everywhere -
permanently.Col. Mr. L. M. Marsh, who until a short Kissimmee is spoken of aa the t ..

P. A. Vans Agnew and Mr. time ago was a member of the firm of most prosperous town in the state.A : ,. .. ,' I
Marsh & Whidden, has purchased an -
;
+ Robert Waring made a Waringto partial test of, the water works HAS : -' t, .
r M Orlando on Monday Mp-M*. interest in the 'grocery business of O. :. ,
plant was made this week, and proved .d. "
car.s C. McLean ana in future will cater to I .
) : Overland touring the call of our people's stomachs. instead very satisfactory, and the contractorsstate V. : ; .'J ..'" I

-T, And still our posit office could not accommodate of ,their' feet. that they apprehend 'no difficulty '-.' _jr. : 1 i
whatever, in ; : ,
!
its patrons with four hun- everything moving off, .P'DOST' '. .
dred lock boxes, and this week installed Metisr G. W. and zC W. Baas secured smoothly when the test of the entire : t
an additional section. the contract for building the hotelon system is made, which will.be- some '. ;4
Pine island, acrons the lake from time next week, when a full and complete "

After a month's visit with the family this city, which will be used by Mrs. description of both the water . -
of Colonel Fell in Virginia, Postmaster M. C. Fowler to accommodate parties works ard"-sewerage systems will ap-

Frank Vans Agnew, returnedto desiring to look'over the immense. pear in this r pef. '

the city this we h. estate latefy: acquired by'that lady. Mr and Mrs. William'Hahman and

ml We are pleased to state that Mr. A. Dr. J, H. Rowe; the evangelist! and daughter 'Caroline, of Altoona Pa., PROTECTIONListen : : -
S. Nelson who has been somewhat indisposed elder from SU Petersburg .Fla., will who have been spending the put ten : .
for the put week, is so far preach morning and evening at the days in Kismrnmee, left for their homeon .

recovered as to be out again. Christian: church, Sunday. Morning, yesterday. Mr. Hahman has extensive . .
"Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth; interests in this section and came ,.
Mrs. A. E. Drought of Kissimmee evening/;, "The Seven Pillars of. WIS- down to see how conditions were at this " .e
was in the city last evening to attend dom." season of the year. It is needless to .
the Halloween party given at the hos- say that he left more than ever in love ," \

pi ,,_ReporteI'-Star. Mr. Thad Oliver arrived on Monday with Kissimmee and Osceola county, ........ . ; r
with his bride, ;he having found his and will return in March for a longer .
,. < ... .. ,
PittstHrg has '
of
Mr. George Beasel life's companion) among the red hills of stay. 1 ; .it.

arrived in the city and accepted employment Georgia. Mr. Oliver is proprietor of Mi. W. 'J. Seara had the misfortuneto . .. ,. '. ".;. -: ,
f with the Graystone Garage the dairy at St. Cloud, and the young I 'i.1"-,, '" '\ : ;.
lose his Reo : i
fire
touring
car by : on ,
aa driver and mechanician.Mr. couple will make their home in that Saturday night. It appears that while) the .1' . 'I ;,: ., ,j ;

1 and Mrs. Chas. Perry and Mr. city.Rev. tank of the car was being filled with / ', .;

; ". and Mrs) Leslie Went, motored down D. S. Austin, of Narcooasee gasoline, in some manner the gas camein .
:. from Sanford.Sunday and were guestsof was in the city Tuesday and spent a contact with he carburetter, which It Is difficult for you to understand .l
Mr. and! Mrs. T. E. Speer. pleasant hour at this office. Rev. at once ignited, and before the :flames, .

.:... '. Miss Lillie' Farnsworth, a teacher in.' Austin section speaks sayinglie in health high praise has been of,com this of could) the be car controlled was destroyed all the and wood the work iron all that this means to apiece of land.

the public schools of Sanford, spent part* damaged almost beyond repair.Mr. .
restored he been '.
pletely having an Invalid -
'Sunday in Kissimmee, the guest of Mr. Sears carried WOO insurance on After you have will. ,4.
and Mrs.. I.. H. Coboon and Miss Mattie Florida.for years prior to coming. to the car. grown, a crop you

Bandy. Mr Martin Stokes, who lives three In outline it :

Mr. W. E. Dodge, of Orlando, has Mr. and Mrs. Putter of Couts, Ind., mile east of Kiuimmee, means a great advantage .. ...
of who were Kissimmee visitors last the Valley Gazette office Tuesday .J '
the position local ticket on
accepted winter, ana who own a cottage in the two sweet that just about over other produders for two crops .
.agent of the A. .C. L., lately held by potatoes are ; : ( '
addition South Kissimmee reach
? M*. F. Christ, and assumed his .duties Lilly as fine as are produced anywhere in the .' J. ', "'.!
ed here on Saturday last, and will remain south at this season of the One ." "
op-theist. year. out of the It six. )t
with us uptil the snow has ceas-d weighed five pounds and the other three year. givesyou

Mr. Alierton, the cement sidewalk to fly at their northern home. and a quarter pounds, and were grown I ''

'man, and daughter, Margie, spent a The Southern Colonization Co. has without either fertilizer or much work months within which market t your '
on
COP pl. of days in Tampa this week see- ing. Mr. Stokes is one of our county's ,
in front of their offices i
ing the sights of South 1//Florida's me- exhibition one of the-latest and most on best farmers and always markets as t tI fruit. It places your land at a premium : II i=a r
- '} tropollllr improve traction engines manufactured much per.acre as any man in this see- .

;;. '\'II.1: Ki.simmee' was represented at the which will be used -connection) I tion. I because It is in a favored location.
< I Lesegne member of
play '"Grausbach" at the Opera House with building roads through the com- Nancy a one of ;
and pany's property in the lower.end ot the the oldest and most respected colored
Orlando, on Oct. 27th, by Capt. '
I Mrs. Hunter: Mr. G. R. Hill and Mr. county. I families in Kisnimmee, died on Monday, I II Come to see us and we will elaborate.
.
1st her home
November at on 'North
H. E. Swabey. / ,
.,, The V. 1. S. will meet on Tuesday, Main street= and was buried the follow- < .
Mr. S. B. Lillard, of Alexandria Va. the 15th, instead of the Sth,.their: regular ing day. Nancy was one of those colored
arrived in'the city on Wednesday andhas meeting date, on account of the women for whom all white Southern
located at Campbells where he has election, and as many of the members people have the deepest feeling, for ---D.e 1
purchased a farm and will-make! I it his! will on that occasion assist in serving she was ever kind, dutiful and true to --
nurmanent home.yii. luncheon to thevoteraofthis precinctand her-word.- -The-passing away ofUNajvcju i
doing everything in their power to leaves another gap in the ranks of the
E. H. Gallaher, Florida repreBuVitative win the day for home and good government faithful servants we of the South reliedon \
; of the New York Produce no much in the dark days of forty ,
!?t "" News, was a Kissimmee visitor this odd years ago, and there are none left .
"" 'week and paid his respects to the Valley Mr. A. D. Worden, of St Cloud to fill her place. Soon, too soon, the
Gazette spent Tuesday in Kisslnunee and paid class of faithful colored people to Kissimmee i Valley land Company

I I the Gazette a most .pleasant which Nancy belonged will pass away, "
v Mrs. Rose Yod'er. of '; Ind. who call! This was the first time Mr. Wor- and w hen that time comes every white
was one of our last winters. vil1tora. den bad been away from St. Cloud person in the South: will shed tears of ;

but" Wt>o, left for Hoosierdom in the since he arrived there more than a-year regret" j 4 ; ,
springiNsrrived in Kuuimmee last week, ago, but says' be will .now take a look | J. E. MATTOCKS Mgr. KiWimmee'
and says that she is now fully satisfied *t other sections of his adopted county Tax Books Open. : ,'. .' :
.. to remain permanently as she never ha having; completely recovered his : ,
r', knew Florida. such*delightful The Tax Books of Osceola county are
placeto which
health was very poor when he ,"
. live until she left it Mrs. Yoder's came to Florida It is needless to say now open and parties faying' taxes A .' ;1, J',

I home is.on M.bbett..treet.. West Kissimmee that Mr. Worden -will spend the remainder 'during the month of November will' be l' .
'allowed a two per cent reduction T . "I _
\ of his time in Osceola county .
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PIOHEEB PLUJUBICONTRACTING H..EDMUND; SWAm+ Calls the'\ Attention-' of Sheriffs',, to'I mbsCa'district, eteCtM' <<: toia--; _,.__., t. ,i:: a are Deal ?

: 'These ta another important reason!
a 't, PLUMBER the law Regulating!:: Elections.I .\ why the. democratic nominee for Con ,

,j I .Tallahaavee j Fra..,Oct.29. -Governor gross! should have'every. possible, vote ; If the proposedlAt'endme.t! Article XIX 6f f the_Constitution

,, . A, _. PLUMBING, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES .. 1 CiU'hnat has today'mliilnj to( the Sheriff ;thisyear..! As you' kqothe federal ,13 Adopted text week no County in the State can lawfully '

Tufting ''''! of leach county'i ,florida A letter of census has been taken. thin year, and recognize Saloon-or.legally regulate a blind tiger, .
"', .Tiiiilln I : lirnziiig''; Pipe ;;, Threading, which the following ia a copy.\ Congress, in the coming' session,' ..will'make If p '
the oposed'Arh.nd'l' ftextweek
en.t
to Article XIX is defeated i
: ." Stenm ripe FIttIii,1'untp] Work' \ State of Florida, Executive Chamber )t a new C Congressional apportionment No Saloon will \
be opened i in of the.Thirty- rve Counties
.. and General Jobbing Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 28th, 1910., f ,. We are hopeful that under this Any
-
." that; are'now Dry, _
.
:- (! Dear Sir: Your attention is I invited new apportionment,Florida will fc>e given R
Good assortment of, BATH TUBS.XAVATORIES, CLOSETS, SINKS, ETC. always i ip i stock ; the. fact that the General ,Election another representative in Congress .. Under the which the. tate-widers seek to abolish \ r

',Y'; -- "- - 7 1 to besheld November 8, 19)0)( will ho an I II making four Of course 'representation every: preseltJaw.i given to the ca.use'of Prohibition. 'A f t t'majority
'
I election\tiroughout! Florida( both for ia based on population but heavy of one vote out of 3. possible eighty thousand will\ make ,

1n national offers and for State' and' voting; strength will give great sup- the4 twelve wet,Counties in Florida "dry," but a;majority of seventY' .1

:\kJt. FOR SALE!! s I County office', and upon the adoptionor port to the.census retu ,[ps, and will aid five thousand against the Amendment will not make one. single\ \\t:

; I rejection of Certain amendments to US in our fight against the ever present County wet that is now dry \ .
'. Articles I 5) and 19 ofXhe State Constitution ( threat of the republicans to cut down, I

I'1 I ,' FLEMINGS ISLAND-NEAR: KISSIM1E Southern representatibn. Tot the : *
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&J8 General "
Sections 224 and oT the_ It is generally thought that when the .
'
.,. *; Statutes prohibit any pers n"tom com. new apportionment proposition comes -
& One of the most valuable pieces of property in Florida. Now '
ing within fifteen feet of any doot or winter,
this
!II. before( Congress a strong "
paying good interest on the investment.
'
.. j any door or window of any polling i fight: will be made by the republicans ,1 .Dry-Counties .
Seven city lots irrKissimmee close in. room from the opening of tbe polls to to reduce our representation from whatit
,
I' < the completion of the count of the ballot I now' is, rather than allow it increased '
'. H. FLEMING Your county has Home Rule-you have dealt'with the liquor
and certificates ot returns, under
and unless can show a
we
\ ,' traffic without outside interference.: Are you not willing for the
i any pretext whatever, except aa speci- heavy vote at this election, they may
I
:>-" tiW large cities to have Home Rule too and be permitted to deal with
r fically provided by law. succeed. the liquor auestion without Outside Interference You don't want

.;+: ;...... ............*.........; ........ae4.44i. +iii. ..;; .+ *............. Sections 237 and 238 of the General Giving due consideration to :these the Cities to govern you in this matter; why should you want to .
.. II 'Statutes give inspectors\ full authorityto matters, I trust you and your committee govern: the Cities? Ar you in favor'of giving;.the other fellow the
i maintain order W the polls and of '
i : Full lino School Supplies especially good will see the urgent necnasity same Square Deaf: which you ask for yourself? Think about this
that Sheriff shall be
provide a Deputy for ,nominee possiblevote.
getting our every
when vote next week. '
,. .. i you
!., ,. designed for Osceoln Jligh School i required to be present at each polling .
place throughout the time of the election Yours most truly.

PRICES LOW and QUALITY GOOD i and see that there is no interruption O L. BALKZELL,

,, ; : of good order. Such Deputy Sheriffif Chnrt.\ Dem., Cong'l. Com. 2nd Cong'U
{ ,,i t iiiiiiii given power to summon a po-se!from Distrust of Florida. Insecticides Fungicides _
........ '
'f I; ... i by-standers to aid in maintaining peace Fernandma. Fla, Oct. 20, 1910
and order at the polls Any person

''i: I Kissimmee Drug Co. ". i failing a heavy or refusing penalty under to so aid Section is subjectto 3834. The Saloon Keeper's Why Auto-Spray, PumpsDust

.
Blowers
Section 3825 of the General Statutes -

.. .. a.oe.,4 provides a heavy penalty against You ask why I surrendered.
**.* / # *** ** !! # any
person attempting,by bribery, menace- My boon companions-why We carry a complete line'of the best spraying implements on
: I llet band of wom..nThrow
threat (or other corrupt means or device a
sawdust in the market. Service ,is essential this class of goods
whatsoever, either directly or indirectly my eye
to influence( voter in cast Time is money and.the results obtained depend
.,i 7 I anv Well, I heard that they Were coming
ing his ballot, or attempting{ to deterpr ; upon the thoroughness of the application. '
Io '1 1I 1i \ And:ll I meant to be preparedWith __ I
I .. 1 disturb or injure him in the free ex- a "toio smile of welcomeAt I
h. Our NEW STOCICotfall : I I jrcise of the right of suffrage if I neither feared nor cared I I Buy the Best. ,
i I Section .Wl l:). General Statutes. requires i I

I the closing of all saloon and I had placed my shop in order ,
I Send for oo" free boo lel' entitled I iREMEDIES
i prohibits all sale of intoxicating liquors And tidied up myself: < I

t and. Winter (ioodsI under heavy: penalty throughout the Every brightly washed decanter

: day of election.Fectioni Was shining on its Hhelf! : FOR INSECT AND DISEASES
( :.Ml!! 8 and :"i82r!! General Statutes -
.
," ,: impose severe penalties. upon My best cigar was lighted; - ,

are now !U'I'hlngdt1l1y: Deputy Sheriffs and upon (election I had well matured my planT .
K officers for failure or refusal to! faithfully !> show these canting'women i Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.JacksonvUieFlorida i
much I
How man.
was a
i perform their 1uties prescribed by .
:
t I
the !law, relating to .elections. I meant to treat them kindly n

i CALL AND SEE THEM Upon the Sheriffs as Chief Executive Yet firmly all the,while.
1 officers of the several counties, rests And answer their upbraidingWith -

the chief responsibility for enforcingfull a predetermined,: smile.
'
compliance with these and other
N. BASS
i\ 9 salutary provisions' of_law respectingthe They came-that band of women- /

peaceful and orderly conduct of Calmly serenely camp
H. C. STANFORD COMPANY electiors. With no! deep ';voice of anger, \

f No seething words of blame.A [ I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I
I [It is not! assumed or anticipated that

the provisions (of law will bp.violated or band of wives and mothers. .
disregarded in any election precinct of r
with
With faces worn care
Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti-
the State; yet, in view of the somewhat A-faith above all passion -
mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether
natural and perhaps unavoidable excitement -
A hope beyond despair.
it be a'Two-Room Cottage a Tourist Hotel.
felt among some of the people *r .
y Z ,,, concerning issues involved, I deem it There were women from all stations-" -- .
'' Makes. a Specialty of boring ARTESIANOWELLS :
The high, the low" the poor-, >
incumbent me to specially invite
upon '
in'which he has met with the
greatest
success .
the attention of the Sheriffs of the Seeking{ to lift the burden "
: .
i ',t. ,. ",.,,, ;, :: \f:" ,;: "TI11 :" ;. "., the above of law Of the"cross their'sinters bore . .' or any man in Florida.
\ > --FOR -,' .J...." .., "" ',''''''I.", i\I) '''' State to provisions ; ... .. ,
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: :. : and such others as have been enacted .
I saw one pale-faced woman; Give him your 'work and it I?*:' \,
to govern the conduct of elections; arid done.lSSlmmee FI a.
Who once in mercy came willbe, well and quickly 1
to call upon the Sheriffs to make care- -
To soothe my stricken mother 1f
Truth
The ful and adequate provision( by the
appointment f
r 5. Ere the husbard rum had slain. .
of reliable deputies for each .

.. polling place to the end that the election That woman then was s>hn.M..d ++++++++++++++++++++++b+++i-+++++#++F++++++++t.+;++.. \
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to be held on November 8, may be From every sorrowing ii

IT ' About Florida'and conducted in eVery precinct in Floridain By the arm that now wis lave mouldering I THE CASH STOR& y

,' .. an orderly manner, and in strict com-. Within a drunkard's t grave 1
pliance with the provisions of law.
( By reason of the election of Membersof Her only son, who should have been First Door North .of Postoffice t tNNna. r.r.t

,-- values In-- Congress the Federal laws provid- Her comfort staff and stay I .
ing for the protection of voters and I knew in wild delirium Will- "

: .. against their intimidation will be applicable Had left my shop that day; : There you find SHOES, HATS, ,

: 'to the condui tof: the approaching So, comrades, latent manhood
:. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS .
Timber and Citrus allot best
Farming election. However, it is not incumbent Was wakened in my breast. '1- ,

upon me to invite your special Till, with a smitten conscience, and '
quality lowest prices.
attention to tn>. Yours very truly, I was praying, with the rest. :t .
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.. i Albert W._Gilchrist Governor. But not with chastened sadness l, I
Call Before '
Fruit Lands Orange -- As those pitying women prayed Buying Elsewhere. I

4 CAST YOUR VOTEfor That God would in + .
spare mercy
{ f'\, The wreck that rum had made. _:__ I . . " "+"+....... I, 444444..
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J; Groves and City Properties frank Clark the Democratic But as I prayed in boyhood
' When in days of long agoI .
) Nominee for Congress. Town"and t.P-
stood. beg,;de my motherIn "Brown sin .ii I
i Hon. Chairman County Democratic a dra titard's home of woe.

1 .. Write or call on Committee, Oaceola County Florida. And praotadJtbat every drinking: shop. will help you to get better piqtures with' your camera. !

,_ . Dear ,Sir: I desire to call your attention From garret, hal'or cell . KODAK FINISHING EQUAL TO THE VERY BEST 'I'
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to the fact thai Thomas C. .
/ Mightbe wept from off God's footstool LOCAL! VIEWS OUTDOOR T"' TTTn*Till

,R; D. 'WA INC & CO. Buddington"Socialist-Democratic has qeen nominated Party" as by their the: And emptied into hell! ' "THE KODAK PLACE", \\.

candidate" for Congress from this district I 'Twas thus I prayed,till sweet and low Opp., 6nystoM Hotel i

r (State Bak:BuiId'ingKJssimmee" and that Thomas W. Cox is the Arose a pleading prayer .
nominee of tlp'"Socialist Party", for. That God in mercy still would: save .

: Florida the same office.. Both these names, as The loved ones everywhere. .
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well as the name of the "Democratic" So wait till you have heard them, S1O.2O '

. nominee. Honorable Frank Clark, will Heard that prayer of tears. .
:- appear on the official ballot at the election Of concentrated anguish
+ to be held on Nevember 8th next. Bottled for ti
up vean-
I ................. I have called this matter to your attention them calmly
........ : for the purpose of urging that. Heard wisely th'em; SAVANNAH G A. and RETURN 1
And when you've heard then-
. EMIL M'ACH ERNESTMACH you and your committee will see every! ,
tell the world
Then history
'' Act Standard NI Ce,t '" effort to get as large a vote as possible may .
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That all of !
you were men KISSIMMEE

': MACI-II: :aaOS:: for A Mr great Clark.many Democrata lose inter; II -Cincinnati Times. FROM , ...
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\ eat after the nominations are made, VIA .iL. "

; LIvery 'Feed and Sale Stable i and'do not take the trouble to even go Honda' Maps. .
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.,..' .i .'. to the polls and vote and, If they go to Upon receipt of 25 cent at the Valley' ATLANTIC COAST LINE ::

i t. Agt. .International Harvesting Co. the polls and vote, they are frequently Gazette office a pocket map of Florida .

,, f careless marking their. ballots, very will be mailed to any address in the .
t .yy'T'TSSXXT3O3 mvY: stA.-==rOT often simply making a cross before the United $tatSL We can also furnish GRAND. PRIZE AUTOMOBILE RACES

r : : 4'E: Everything new' and .first class. We render prompt) and 3 name ticket,of leaving some the personal balance friend blank.on Unless the- will map be of gIadtoestimateonseCtionalmaps Osceola county At M: each,. and Ticket oil sale November 9th, 10th and llth. with final limit November 16th. .

satiifactpry service day or night. Proportionately low rate from other stations in Florida, .
:- > our people ".are urged to.place a of any kind. For reservations or information call on nearest
5 ONE.HALF BLOCK". FROM PASSENGER DEPOT'jKJSBtouiee'ElA Sa cross' before the name of each andvery
Coast Line Ticket
Atlantic
; democratic nominee, there I. OUi paper* ;can be bought at this office Agent. I

& .; as .. Phone 113.i--- '!danger, with the present heavy qnall- at 20 canto per hundred. They are or wrIti.to ,
the thing lead tq put under Y. R. BEASLEY T. A., J. KIRKLAND, D. P. AJ (f',., i .
................ ....-. . a..egrati'1DI counties. of our waking'aomaf of op th.on large the your\ very matting. .you ' 319( Madison St., Tampa Fla. -, ,'" ,

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VVDAVLNPORTV '

': r .. Pick Out This in displaying his.fun as doe the finest Notice of flectioflI. Notice of Election.Hbereae TIIB GRAYSTONE HOTEL

!' .- lady in the land. 'Tb governor of % :.. 1 I.

liens of Interest"'From That Thriving Tracyborough is a very busy man and -. I the Lvr'tlattW' of JttW, Udder UConatitutlim ... .'-'-ALWAYtt OPKN-,

'AMfN'DMfNT. : claims monarchy- over all be surveys the Sheriff ef Osoeola Countr. SUU af Floiidsd of 3885,of th. 8Ut. ol FIOZJd*." did V
; Little Town. from the stable V.". It kawn that I. B. Clay Crawford, .BaoHS.taryofStatsaf . paw three Joint Benoldtlons, propoaiBf amendn V FO* SALSI I
way round to the field tbo s.... of ITorida. d6 bsrabjrmtn oas Bldg: c..tt..e sad Lets. s.'., ....dw.7 '
Dti to the Constitution of tbe Mat .
and alI his rights th ofFlorId ....roM8IeIA_ .w...... -
barber '
Davenport has *ft shop \ re is none to dispute : per-
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nodes that Qmml ElaHfeB *01 b4 1MJI IB ,and the paine were agreed to b.,. a toMoftbreef u

--- ; consequence, there ii quite a changein -V 'RI'x.' Coeds County Stats of FJortda.on Tuesday lint fth*of all the member elected to each j Tw..Cottages bad:.,Ic-< .

the appearance of 10m. of the' menof --' r. I auooaadlns- grst MoBday IB Mo>a absr. .A. 'DItIO. bons.thst;i .h. vote OB said JointBeeoluUoD.
: Constitutional Amendment Article .. .<" I! Grant.Grove OB elar roe*.
UM said the .
Tuesday twine
. : late. V Hotel For Rent V w.. entered opon their reapeotiT..Joo-rnals
;:.'. XIX Relating to the Manufacture EIGHTH DAY Or NOVEMBER with jea. and nay thereoh, -fend lJIe r 4.....- Apply to B. W. TBURMAK, ;Tb.OIP.tea." lHe alHa .
On Saturday evening: Mr. SwarU, New Fat ... .2nd
concrete stone boteljvtwenty- .--.tift frost u. CsgisssloisatDistrict mine and direct that th* Mid Joint Kaeolationabo. .
and Sale Barter or Exchange haying rented the building formerly V of riorWa, I.the Blxtar-sooond! CoBtrasBof V
: five rooms, one-half block from 1epot'furnlshecf anbmlttad to the elector of U>. State a'to* -
of Intoxicating' 'Liquors occupied by. Mr. Keat, opened a fine '-- ; u.. UDI.... Btatsa, ** General Election in November.'lWO,. *. D. GEIGER"Attomey V
througbout'ready for
4- -. barber ibop".'which wae much needed. November ocu. For Two Joatiooa(haBapraas* Court at tbo Vow, therefore I, H. Clap Crawford, .Seora- t-LDW:
YES tancy 15th. Experiencedtotel SIaM of Florida.Fr 4
( \ tary of SIa for lfca State of Florida, do harabv '
\- Mr. Brotche's building is about finish man preferred. OM)(_'-' af tbo Bouaa of Ravtoantatinaoftks .
to R.
B. 1
Apply tlva noCc Oat a General KWnioh: wW bs >*ldIB 1
.1: Constitutional Am ndmen't. Article ed. He has unpacked a fine assortment Savage, owner, Kissimmee, MaT .43-tf Stats of Florida; each! C>OlIo /j. Florida Tuesday 1I..t roo- 81el. Bank Bl
XIX, Relating .to the Manufac- of jewelry, clocki stationery books .. ; rorTwo. Railroad\Oon>B>lasloa V ra of"ths V 8taU, V .fnorlda. oeedlngtbe ore Monday la Moveinber.A D. Kisslitsmee. Florida

*" IvlO.-th aaldTuesday ill., -
being eighth ofNovember 1
day
Sale Barter Ex-' and magazines. For Sale. : rot County Juds:>,.. r
ture and .
.;' or I for Ui. ratlaeatioB or rejection. ot .
Mr. Chas. Parrleh has built an addition '
i chance,' pf Intoxicating] Liquors The stock of the UassviDe Grocery 1 Far rrosaeatlnsAttorao* lb. aid Joint Resolutions propoalaf.amend -.a:-.--L.. '. V. .
to his stables also a dry shed for For County Asssssnr of Taiaa. .. .. ... .
Co. at Peghorn; consisting of dry goods ... to t. CoBitttuUOB Of lie. Bute of plo,' ,r- V

and Beverages. dressed lumber, but he can't get any groceries, .etc., invoicing over 2000. For Tax Couaty Col1.etar.lFoe Troasursr \ .. Ida,r Is; M. TILLER -i

NO. it time tie LDply to A. E. Drought assignee St. ... .
JuxnberV put in as every! For Flo County Conmlasiotiora. ..,
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gets in a carload It is all gone before It Cloud. Fla. <<-3t For Tare. Mambara of the Count Boardf SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION, Proposing (Bv I Real state Aency.V V V V

\ VV *ia unloaded. He bras sold three car Public Instruction. . >', Amendment. A it lei t XIX of lbs. Oonstltlon. i J

And make an X mark load* of dressed lumber in 10 days and Large desk blotters tor sale. Vat this For Jostlosof tbsFaaes in aDd for u..,follow- 'st..the State of Florida Relating to th.Manufacture ........-___ _- _'........_ "A

fflce for 10 cents. ins Justlca Districts via.: N.... land a. tad Dale, or Other Diipoaal of lutox-
: before the lour car loads of fence Wire and the For Conaiabto> IB and for the following fustlooOistrleta. lotJnii4quOj-s or :Beveragee, Realty bought and sold. ._ .

car that is on its way is sold. f via.: N.... 1.2, and 8. Be it resolved tov tbD Lftfuriatnn of the But of Houses rented. V

V NO.And There 'are 12 houses being. builfc and They'Never Fail Jp Ustbnbnr whereof. I hsT.baroiuita Florida \. Taxes paid and Titles verified .

you will have vo- at I least 25 more families will be here - art my hand and aAxad the Great Tba' Article XIX M
LI-S.J Seaioftbef'tat.afFlorid4s.at Tal- Slate of Florida be, snoVthe HUB. 1* herebv '
. ted for Local Self Government before Dec. 1st. lahaaaso. pw Capital this tbs twontrclnth amended mo a* to read .. follow*: Fire, Life and..Accident In- ,
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Mr. Farmer and Mr. Chambless That IB What They Say About day of August A. D. 1B10 Article XIX. Section J. Tntvnianafaotar.. surance. .' ,

V and Home Rule President and Secretary of the Development Them In Klsalramee and It l III B. CLAY CRAWFORD and .ale.! bartei or exchange of alMBtoztoatlng Indemnity Bonds .

Therefore Reliable. Bocrctary cf Stat liquors and beverages, whether ptritoona, V ,
Thursday . .
Co. expected .
COu"BargaIns are
for your V To Chas. F. Prcvatt VIBOB or malt are hereby forever prohibitedn .. .w'- . """ .wl, : .

evening. Awther proof more evidence JCisimmee Shorllf Oseeola County the Slate Florida, Czceptalcoh.l for madv< 1,

The-young people of Davenport gave testimony to swell the l long list cal, scientific or mechanical pur_...; and : '

a Halloween party Monday evening. of local people who endorse the old -- -- "- ----- --- T wine fur sacramental purpom the eal. I HAVE: FOR-SALE V --T'f.(:

of which alcohol and wine for the purpose .
They report a very enjoyable evening luaker. remedy Doan's Kidnoy Pills. Inspectors and Clerks of Section atoreesld, shall be regulated by law No. 1 Ocala Lime. V 1

M r. Monchon of the firm of Dodge ReM L this endorsement of
convincing Sue ? Tbe Legislature shall enact suitable
'-- .. Th. following; Inupcctorsand Clerks election, No. 1 KingWineer Cement Plaster /
tin all kinds of Real Estate. & Monchon, went to TamJa: order. a that remarkable preparation: are hereby appointed by the Board of County jews foi the enforcement of the provision of

Fire and Life Insurance and supply for the new grocery store. Mrs. M. L. Outlaw, box 96, Ki eim- Commissioners to serve as such at the General thus Article) No. 1 Fire: Brick i
Sec. 8 This Artlcirsballgololueffecton the "
Armour's Fertilizers. RentIng J. Roehlk and family. of St. Charles. mee, Fla., says: "I was greatly bene- election" to be held on Tuesday, the "th day of No. firm. day vt July A D )s'tl. Carload CypreM Lath rfn the road .;

and Collecting Rents a ]111.) arrived Saturday He expects to tied by Doan's Kidney Pills and out ember.. A. D. 1910: No 1. Cement I
Precinct No I. KI..lmm.-eISWma> Thomas. J IV:
Specialty. Taxes paid for ,remain }here.Davenport. gratitude, ] recommended them to J. W
W. Bimpson and H M Plane, Inspectors For gale at reasonable price .,
Non-residents. boasts of two of the pluckiest anyone Buffering from kidney'trouble. Lilly Clerk. A JOIN RESOLUTION: Fninoslng. Amend '

women in the United States. Theyare J was a victim of this complaint for Precinct No 2. Shmple Cre.;k-tt. C Biwnson nit-DUt to Article V of the ConnUtuUon of the Kissimmee Granitoid Works

MEEKKissimm Mrs. Enlebet] and Mrs. Frozner. cf one time, the principal symptom being W. W. Ivey and H L O erstreet, Jnmw-cUrs, > : W Slatof Florida Relative to the Judiciary V
R. O. Department. V B. DICBOWON. Owner and,alrr. .
clerk
Chicago who with five children cameto in back and through L Moseley"
pains my my I'racinct No 1. C.mpbell-W L Campbell W lie UReiwlvMl by the Legislature of the State Work onBroadway and .

FIn. Davenport;: last month. They have ndneyg. 1 could not rest well and in O Lanier and John Collin.,. Inspectors; D Y. pf Florida: Midland Railroad.nebpeButIe.

e. each bought 10 acres of land and are he morning my back was so lame that ohnson. clerk.Fr.cln'ct That the following. amendment to Article VII

living in their tents which are both on I could hardly commence the day's No 4. H. (loudA 3. Simmons. W. ( the Constitution of the State.. of Florida, rela.
and T N, Parr innpeclort; J. b). Williams live loth*Judiciary Dt partmeot to be ntimt
G Kina
Oseeola County the land belonging to Mrs. Frozner, so work. The kidney secretions were un- clerk. bered Sections S9 40 and 41 of aid Article V, bend

that they may be near to each other natural giving conclusive proof that recinct No. 6. Lanier i. K Donecan Nathan the tame are hen, ..lIft'4od0 and hall be

These< ladies are clearing their own my kidneys were disordered", I took Illuunt and H ( Farmer innpectors, Mike Simmons ,submitted to the electors of the State at the ]
I Abstract husbands remain- clerk. general] election" to be held on the Stat Tuesday. (
Company land while their are everal remedies, but they failed to .
Precinct No. 6. WMltier- Randolph you..... tee utter tbell..t Monday In November A. D 4910. ,
ing m Chicago to earn the money to help) ) rr.f Heading of Doan's Kidney *.
3ass and L. S Johns.. Inspectors, J F. Williams( for ratification or rejection; to-..It. .
make the improvements Can you beat 'ills, I decided to try them and procured clerk. Bee :1|. From and after the adoption of lies.

O. P. GARRETT Manager. it or, a box from the Kissimmee DrugCo. Precinct No. ". Bsseinrer. E Alden\an. W am..ndm.n'tile Criminal Court Jtecord/ In BARBER SHOP V

------ - A good bakery would be greatly appreciated They soon freed me from pain, I'. Underhlll and G. W. Walker inspectors. A CWricht. and for Escambla County shall buo..nutheCoort
I clerk.P..lnct of Record in and for i i l bounty, and. IB

Real estate in Davenport also a dairy. strengthened my kidneys and regulatedthe No *. N ...........-R. 1. ETSHB, J.C. addition U their present;JurfadlctipD" the said Cold: Drinks

Titles examined and reported on Milk is almost an unheard of luxury passages of the kidney secretions. Tlson rand J W Tlnon. Inspectors. F W. Hill court and the judge thereof shall,. have. la E.- < & Cigars ,

Taxes paid for relating] non-residents to real estate here and H",> selling} at 10 cents per For sale by all dealers Price 60) cts. clerk. cambla county concurrent. with the Cli.. I I

Instruments drawnCorrespondence! quart'and with butter at <40< cents per Foeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole Witness our. hands and the official seal ot. said Oil Court of said county and the judge there- KisiinmccFla .

carefully' would makea agents for the United States. Hoard this October Win.: 1910. ill, the name original jurisdiction of .11 other
Solicited pound. a bustling dairyman Remember the name-Doan's-and E. L. LESLEY. Chairman cases and matter and the lame power and .... ,
I good thing by locating: here. If any take no others. Attest: thontj to lame all writ"an the Circuit Court

northern or western man seeking a V ARTHUR E. DONECAN.' Clerk. laid "uotf and the judge thereof excepting

pace) to locate in the Sunny South. l.Commissioners seal] capital cane, and the power(K> summon. and F.H.VTENKLN ;
Notice of Attachment.In empanel a grand. Jury. ,
S.H.BUROCK reads this and will write to us, we will .
) : The name raIsed] procedure and ...""t.loe.Dd
cheerfully answer all letters Address, Notice of Application to Sell Real rl.bu of trial br ;judge ad 11 tea) and referees.
lo and for Osfteola County Mary Van
Mrs. C. E. Wheeler Davenport. Fla. I nier and' buoband, vt Robert B. Wallace. Estate. which obtain" said Circuit Court anal)..>- V .

REAL ESTATE It is rumored that Davenport is to I lo bobert B Wallace' defendant and all Notice Is hereby g-iven-thst the undersigned.s . laiD In Mid Court of Kecord. Tb. Governor Surveying and

n.nn..nansflsSt1NSURANCI soon have another department store I otber persona interested in Ibe abovs entitled administrator> of the estate of. C. A. Cum- may in his discretion order tny one of theCircuit
Judge of the. s
Btato hold
.BUM or any of the lands here1nfterdeicrUMMlouwlltaae : olnffs. deceased will make application tbe to pus or nor
also a meat market. term or part of term. of laid Court of Record.. Drafting
) notice that on the 25th day ol Honorable. Minor S. Jones. Judge. the Circuit V.
-- ----- - --- Oewbt' I'Ujjy'ult'' ..ai instituted\ againm you Court of the County of Oseeola. and Btato ol. Keo. 40, The Supreme. Court of th*State ahall .
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Examination of Titles a TRACYBOROUGHInteresting Robert I). Mflkice, In the Circuit Court of tbe Florida on. Monday the 17th day of. November. have .pJ>4lI.ate jurisdiction in all causes of M i
which ;Jurisdiction \I. to
"H JudlciarWrcyit 01 Florida, In and for Csoe" 1910. at ten o'clock a. m.. or.. aoon thereafter aath. granted al4 Court of
Record App ala and writ of OFFICE: IN FRATERNITY: HAJLLKISSIMMEE.
error shall be
ol> "o..t7.lo attachment by Mary Vannier application can be board for an order authorizlnv -
.. SpeciaRy.V led her husband Henry Vannlcr, ; and that m.. .. said administrator to ..U.t pu.... prosecuted from the. said Court of Record to th. *

V Letter From 'Osceola's. -.. writ of attachment dated Ootoliar 11',11110.was lie sale, all of the laada belonging to said estate Supreme Court in accordance with the laws FLAX

"- Correspondence .Solicited.V ** New Town. -. V Imtrftd br the Clerk of the Circuit Court; undertb situated In Osoeola county said ""$..... to-wlta and rolei governing' such proceeding. from th*

f aval of sail Court on aid. October(2Mb 1910 Lot Twelve (lit), ..'shown by Plat of "Eden" In Clrcoit Court to the Supreme Court '

1 b, and juider and by virtusersaid writ of attachment South Half (Ji) of Section Twenty-elicit! (2B). Seo. 41, All the provisions of tb.. Con t.ltu.tloll V V
The storm I Yea We were right and all ;
laws enacted
. In consonance therewith flORIDA REAL [ESTATE :
T ha\e levied upon tbe following de- Township Twenty-five; (25)). south of Ra.. [fOR.SAIl
. midst of it and han it not been for pertaining to the said Criminal
the Court of
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. Fourth
.crlbe*! lots; tracts or parcels of land altnate Twenty-nine, being In the southwest
I the sensational papers publishf-d in lying and being In the County of Orange and! (!',,.) of. said section Record and the officer thereOf. including the Beautiful winter home sites situatedV

t FENOLEINSECT L E EJ Florida would never have Lnown what 4.te of. FlUM".. iewl.n Also Blocks I. H. J and K of R.H. P.Droucht'a terniaof manner o office!the and appointment or election and the .I in the Lake Region oj Florida -- '

examination uudl ylded one ball lnt<'rest in ,BOutb halt addition to tbe to..n..1. Kissunmee City acoord-; coinpensatioao*saldoffleen Trucking and Lands "I
a terrible thing it was; on an tfmxtlon, twenty-seven ((27., nonth half of ,-. inx'tothe' plat fled In the Clerk's Office" InWakl ball. apply witb like effect to th* said Courtof Farming in I larg*.
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of the after the storm revealed Record and the officer* or small tracts.
country tbnreof '
Don twenty lbt ((2:!III.) suuilieaHt Quarter olettiou county for the filing and recording. Deeds.etc.: a.provided V
the fact that a few old trees twent ninavJll(: '). norttieaxt quarter. and Also. the following. described lands In BUlsborouah > by these amend men",. Tb. present CITY PROPERTY

DESTROYER ANDDISINFEJANT had been blown down and there was an south half ofsectlun thrtr.three (:S3)). Hecllon Cbunty. Stats of. Florida; officers or said Criminal Court of Record shall I A-SPEC1ALTY 1' :. .

V J unusual amount of water on the ground thirty fur (:M,azid northwest, quarter of section Lot 6 In Block 2 of Eldorado: Subdivision. be the officers of said Court Record and AM.ebarg .. List your property with n 'for quick .
tb*dntie and .
tnlrt).fire ((31.) at: in tewnnhip tweuty-nve Lota 9. 10. 13. Block I of. East NebraskaHeichts receive tb emoluments sales.
f V but otherwise all was serene. We reversed of the reepRCtive office. until the expiration of
((2[ >) south of ran lie thirty>l1e ((31) eaM Subdivision.
: the Biblical parable "For the You are therefore. required to apir 'to tbe Lots 9. 10. 18. Block: 2 of East N'ob..kaH their present term of office. The salary' of CO..j
the ;Judge of lakl.Court of Re'oord shall ... H. M. Breaker &
V cwoIb01l8.Dd
rain, descended, and the floods came, seal action on the rule day lu January It'll' . Subdivision.
and five
wind and beat the tee same being tie 2nd davofjanusry. 1911. Lota 1. 6. A. Block: a> of East Nebraska Heights hundred dollar a year payable
--- and the blew upon quarterly by tbe of :Xaoambla: .
Opunty and Box 178 .
and that in. default thereof judgment will be Subdivision KISSIMMEE. PtA.W.C.BAS.
Inn it felt not though it was be increased by th .
Tracy may legislature,
I' A DIstlscttvcTy Meritorious PtepiratloaPrAeveststtve entered against yon Lot 10 in Block 4 of. East Tampa Subdivision.
founded upon the sand. Since! the Witness my hand and leal this 67th dar of Lot S In Block 2 of Asbury Park Subdivision From and after the expiration of the term or!

of Costaitous Diseases storm there has been such a succession October A. D 1910 Lot B in Block "B"_ol Randall's College Hill offloe of the present 'judge lie Judge of salt! '
Court of Becocd 5b'allbl) bla
office for fourvear
of beautiful day, that its short duration C. F. PREVATT, SubdlvJ Io.. *. .
Sheriff Oareola" County; Dated Kissimmee. Florida. October uth. A. D.I '0
has been forgotten and we can Wholesale] I
and Retail
DEATH TOe BEQUB PALMER, 110 V
INSTANT only be thankful that we Ive: in a Attorneys for Plaintiffs\ 4f.lIt. Signed. C. F. PREVATT.Aa JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an 'Amendment .

? luff FMU Macfttt llisqut 91s,flies; country where the ills are BO completely administrator., deceased of the estate of C.; A. Gumming. V to Section "'I'1Ilrt.e.. ef Article V of ,

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overshadowed by the magnificent tie Conatitotloa, of Florida, Relating. to Establishments IBr?)
Notice of Master's Sale
Dwtrrji Gwmi" art' StttHIm till E zg i .1 1V prospects which develop. The sun V J. 1.. MOON. Attorney of Court. Fresh rk. and -

Foul MM are riffHM ir m u... Notice. Is hereby given that under and by virtus Be. It Resolved by the legislature\ of .the State .
imctt;
shines clear the air is cool bracing ,
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of m FIr Dacrea tsausd out of an4 tinder the Florida; _

salubrious, the oranges. grapetruit S. J of the Circuit Court oi the Seventh Judicial Notice of Stockholders Meeting That tie fallowing amendment Section Thirtyflveof Motion It V {

etc.: are beginning to put on their ma- Urcuttuf tie Stats of Florida la and for tha Article V of the Constitution of FlorIda .
County of Oaoaola. In Chaneary sitting In a certain \There will be a meeting of tbe aUx.k telders is hereby agreed to and shall be proposed y-

OSCEOLA PHARMACY turing hues and all nature appears as cause therein ponding whensln N. F. Bass Iscomplainant of Tb. Waters *. Carton; Grocery Company la"th. and submitted to tbe elector of. the Slate for . '

e if rejoicing over the reclamation that and John Sampson la defendant thaunderaUrned president's office atbe State Bank of :Kissimmee approval. or rejection at the Beet: general eleotlon PHONE 44.. '. ,

DISTRIBUTOR. baa been made in its natural powers of \ Special Master will offer. for sals on on the vth day of No.embe.JIO., aitT hereafter, that la tossy, said Section Thirty ,

producing pleasurable emotions. God the first Monday In November, A. D. 1910. the 'SO o'clock a. m, (or the pnrpoaa of considering .flv* of Mid Article shall be amended ao a*to

( this but I ....... being the seventh day of said _nth,during an ameud'nenrxrf charier of the ssidcorporation read. followsEOCV .
-,-- has blessed country
certainly
th. legal hours of sale, in front of the CourtHouse extending He term of existence 35. "No court other than herein specified C. W.: Griffin
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\ we poor ungrateful creatures always door la th. City of Kisslnune. in said make it exist perpetuallyC. shall entabllihed In this Slate, except thai

V look on the dark side of all things natural County of Oseeola. the following' described.... A. CARSON N C BRYAN. the Leglalature. mar provide for: tie creationand

TAILORING failing to properly appreciate the situated In said County to-wlt: Lot 18 of block 42-41 President. Secretary entslliihment of inch additional Judicial rANcynrnnnrnn1'
;
blessing bestowed, but with the'he'tedi- J41 of the Town of et.! Cloud. according to the tlrcnlts a.may from time to time become aeo-
plat of said town tIled and recorded the for the rocerlosAND
among ".a04 appointment by the Governor FAVHLY UI
taint of "Old Adam" fail to see Notice of Assignment For Benefitof
tary public record. of. laid County Terms of sale. and confirmation by the Senate ol addItional

V ,It as. art few achieve, but the silver lining even in the brightestcloud. ca h. Creditors.To cult ClrJudges thereto, wh.... urml of office .

V Dated October 4th. 1910.AEI'IIIJR. and. and geueral jnrindlctlon shall be the lame -fl-- V
the creditors of John B. Will is mi, doingbunluwis
ANDRSON & BYNUM V E. DON r.CAN. as herein provided for tbe Circuit Judge herein ';'
under the name and ntyln of "li svllle -
The turkeys from wildland still keepup Special MssteiJn Chancery '" already provided for, and nay ctlothe pay FRESH MEATS .

DARLINGTON AVB. the practice of coming to our tame P. A. VANs" A&NIW, Grocery Company Railruul\ Commlwlon with, ;judicial pow..... In 1
., . Notice IH hereby given that John B. Williams' I --
r I and the deer their fire Solicitor for Complainant all mailer connected, with the function 01;
Excel All Others in Kissimmm'ee ones put up doing btuflness under tbe firm name aad\ stjleof

V \eet to thetr'noses and spread their BaMville Grocery Company; under and by: their office ____ I Delivery Every Day at Any Hour; ;I

Also do tha BEST tpea at us as much as to say, Charlie is w_ L.. 'VV'JJ'I"N":: : virtue of a deed of umlguinerl reeorjix October -i The votes cast in ompllsnoe with, said
1 Iltb. lino. tbe public pro. Patronage Solicited
among records of (>
Cleaning Dyeing Repairing my,salvation to him will 1 appeal. The posed amendment, and the o .._. declara- \ ,
PHYSICIAN AHV BURGEON cools County.; Florida, in MIscellaneous Book
whistling defiance of the quail will soon "R' page 1W1, hsa assIgned all bin. property except . lions and returns thereof shall be tubjeoled to North Kissimme Phone No. 8 .

; V be answered l by the shot gun's loud tIDE14c. PHONB 83. KxaamaiBK, snob .. is exempt by law from forced salt the tame regulations and restrictions a. are V V ,
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; ,Ornca PHONE tr/. provided by law V
FLOBIBA for general elections
1' : --- In the V
: : month. And ere many moons the rifles to the undersigned Albert. B. Drought. .. .. Btata of Florida
slgnee. for the benefit of the creditors or U.
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.I. J. W., THOMPSON will be put in. working order and their W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. said assignee.All In testimony whereof I nave hereunto see Sprigg
FleminjrCLEANING
- resoundings will be driven back from DENTAL PARLORS creditor resWImj In tie State of Floridaare my hand and affixed. the Great' Seal of the State :
of Florida, at Tallahassee
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t_ woods and plains: and woe' betide the hereby notified to file with the undersigned Capital, this
RIVER BUILDINQ'
twenty-fifth day of.101,. A. D. 1515
, 'J'' deer turkey whose Incredu- sworn statements of Ibelr claims against the
hapless or
: FUNERAL DIRECTORI OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY H. CLAY CRAWFORD.CBeal !
said mignon wltain alxty dsja < date V
rosa
leads them to that the ( ) -
lity suppose Secretary of Bute.Notice .
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hereof. PRESSING
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ot the is Istil) thrown .1T08
strong arm. lay And all creditors' resldlnc' beyond the ILaUts .

LICENSEtCEMBALMEROpposite out for their protection.Our of the "tala of Florida are hereby noticed to to Creditors DYEING-4. V

: conservative gobler is in favor with Us' undersigned, sworn ateVamentB of Motlea IB berefcrflrai to.N4i...... heir.dlatrlbotaaB ud REPAIRING
W. S. HARWELL claim the of u..eaiat. at
their against Bald aasljnor within Tmpl A.. MludecoaMd. .
if O. I..C'.. Democratic
readjustment Jon months from data hereof. that I haw..... appointed adaOnia r -__ ,

V Courthoua.'JT rooster from Whittier was here REAL ESTATENotary Dated, xra........ Florida, this 14th day of &..101''01 the above--. ...... and that an 4V'V'r . ,.
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", ... he could! be added just as quick as be October A.D. 110 person havinc olalau a aiaat Ib. astata asoatpreaeBt IIB ..> word at oV nous* *>nd CloLW;. ," V* ... ;

landed bra plantation is decked with Public at Large AUXKT K. DROUOftT, them date aaUenttoated" tot aaU.Bie will be sailed* and returned.V f
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.. inserted d thh'4at the ri\t'I.o" f Cent* CARPENTER Good work* JolmsGanrt S<>< 'James, CHurch repairing.St. \\t; For the next :30 days will sell

1 _----s-. ,,:,., ,t:..., '_ Advertjtim. t .'.,gt* are. . perllim' eaclTlnsertior.,. ,- . . pear., Mam St. 45tf.- we ., ii
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. ,, -. LOOKOUT ftii1 the NewTllome Bakery 'S. 1 .
"v t>ml Confectionery; roftliiViiy like your \ "
,,'. I : I I'on.Lg mother' Opens sboutNe'v. 1st if I S .
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: FOR SALE-Four good mulel. J. W: FOR S'ALEeyenfAt nlv ry desirablelots MO'N'jy:; loaned at 5 per cent interest'' i<
: 29PREKTIS f in best part of town. and close to.build homea- wltti. See Downiiig 1
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: . .: --- -. .. -'.- in. Prices from sp.v nt -f\ve to -1)I\f/\ / _the Realty :Man about< Lt. 44-tf < '
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sells Kimliall, piano* and or l ljundrai! dollars each. See: Downing jFURNITURdtJ [ : 'f
: gans. See him at The l IjLorne Store. about them. 44tf I CARRY full line of S HOE S for I f .
' men women and children. 44tf_ ,f

.: CHOICE CITY-LISTS'-; ,Kale at 'I low FOR SALK-One: fine Remington/ Automatic L. M. Whidden, Exclusive Shoe Store. I . ,
write H. Fleming for Shot Gun, trap grade two - 1
prices. See or FOR SALE-Two horses ami! one mare, . .
; I particulars. 40() tf sets of barrels!, one full choke, one all well broken farm horse Applyto j 0IROSS

open bore; a splendid shooter and ift the Lee Parson Cattle ('.0. 44-2t ..
FOR bargains in resident property. I fine condition. Gun has been used 1 1I "

1 'truck lands and orange groves. call on about a year. Will sell at a bargain JACOB SHANNIBARGER .Bicycles l' .
I II. M. Breaker. KI lmmee. Fla. ,-tl' ,I if taken at once, or will tradl' See and undrie- Orlando, Kla. .<<''j.lOtp S. CASHREMEMBER "
' S. W Dovlrimg at office over Opera ctfo.r f
.. FOR SALE":" A good gentle bay mare j I I House. . * 1 I and bugry. LnqiilreofM..C. Brock at I I machines. Cash or on easy payments. :
I the Park hotel. 38.tf |I FOR SALE-2u-acres\ of land with four 3.00 per month riachines'rented. : <
,,1 i I. room house. Well good water. Aboqt-,, The Home Store. '21-tf J : ,

... FOR -choice' 6.. acre suburban J.home M. I|I Half cleared, balance pine timber, i i i ii WE can sell your orange grove for area* : .
Gardens.
1 tracts see Kissimmee 2O-tf I I.j i good land for vegetable growing and i sonable price on abort notice. List t
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Will Jr.
lion. citrus fruits. About two and a hale with u*l and allow us a chance to verify _
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: ''KOR SALE-A good gentle horse with I II miles from poatoffice at Kill.immeeI this statement. B. D.Waring\ &Co. S : ;;

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and harness. Call at myi i\lsospan good young mules!,! wagon. --- ;...
I buggy
.f p'.tudlo. J: W. Wilder. 45tf harness, plow, several ciickena.bou.e-! HAS IT EVER occurred you how Nothing '. wi
photo s : Charged to Anyone at .these 'Prices
I }. hold JrQOd.. All for fl.500.00. Nelson far a dozen of your photographs will ; .
No. Realty Company. 45tf in friends at Christmas I !
L # i_ FOR SALE-Remington .1. Type go remembering .
,"+'I writer. Good as new. For price) and tide? All the latest fall styles k
FOR SALE -20-acre tract of land near '
terms, address Postoffice Box 716, ; at Wilder's Studio. 46-tf S .
f' corporate limits of Kissimmee, about I
Fla. 45-lt
i Kissimmee, : block from Eureka Addition. This -
1 one WHEN visiting: St. Cloud our Kissim- .
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'. FOR SALE 20 acres of" good land In- is new land just been cleared. About mee friends are invited to make their
4 .lde city limits. Will Hell at a bar-I 8 acres of-rich productive muck land, headquarters with the St. Cloud DrugCo.
) j-: . if taken at once. S. W. Down- fine for farming and trucking bal .All the popular drinks can be S'
\ ::1 Rain in Opera House bio. k. 37-tf ance excellent for citrus fruits. had at our soda fount, and our ice GRAVES j
? ' Splendid view of the town. Just the cream la the best_ that can be made
: :' FOR SALEifII'rel looking for a :, place for a pleasant and profitable
mall farm and want it at first cost home with city advantages. Price MR. BUILDER: You should write the

1 see Frank M. Doyle at Graytone $1,850.00. Nelson Realty Co. 45-tt Florida Selling. Co.. Tampa Fla.:, and ,; '
) Hotel. 45-Hpd get prices on their Colonial Torch : q
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--.- ---.."-- -. FOR SALE- fen acres close to limits Columns for your next building; thereis ; '
FOR SALE-Some flue young( cockerels o( the. new town of Taft. Florida none better made and their- price -

of the Barred Rock, Rhode Island Orange county; between Orlando and are so low yofj will be surprised 43-tf 'l

Red and Brown Leghorn varieties, Kissimmee, on the A.'lC. L. R. R. MRS. M. BREAKER, obstetricalnurse -
and from northern New three.room( house telephone, "
all thoroughbred G1
I offers"Ker services to ladies in
stock. Address Mr. Swartz Davenport mule cow wagon, carnage chickens confinement. Terms: $10 week. FOR RENT Notice of : use, mort- .
44-tf etc. one-half cleared Also per In anil, conwr.
Ia. acre
Refers to the doctors with whom she : l
# i two choice lots town of Taft, * In soy
in. cen- DWELLINGS for rent. apply to M. Til
FOR SALE-6 lots in E. 1#. Lesley trally located near schpol and church. has served and to the editor of this ler. ii Hith its but4l .".

Addition to Ki simmee, WJxl'il feet. i A bargain. Good reason for gelling paper. Rearivifor; engagements 45-tf -- .- Notice I* hi.r>.ty git t in tiith.. und , | : hell. mort4cai. :

f r. Apply to Jas. M. Johnston, deputy' For price and particulars. address IK have rooms furnished for lighthou'k'epill FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms: wlllftppU' In the Honorable Vl|'...rt M' ii\ I .... or convey 'y".

clerk circuit court. 33-tf ;I Box 338 Taft. Florida. 4:>-4t you! that Would lik,' to Apply to the Ladies' Exchange .42-tf .o.r..r. of Iho State( ol' Hmd al l ,I | or any part '
; : YOU
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-- Me, Kloridi on the Jlltdnrof .m. proceed of
FOR SALETwelve acre orange and let for the winter list them with me. II i iI FURNISHED ROOM ,; ( ,,... "
FOR SALK 40-acre of splendid landon for rent. Apply IPIO forl lA'1t5r "I'llont Im orfiomlliiK to borrow "
grapefruit grove. about three miles beautiful lake near St Cloud I can probably send you a renter at J. EL Mattocks at Kissimmee Land 'Ia IM"IC '.I
\. from Kissimmee on railroad. Will Fenced hog tight Part of it ,excel once and ilUrharge you nothing form t Co. office 43: .\\4.r tin* follow i 1111 c f rotio..,"d ..hkrti. .rMtTIII : i 1 1 $feen. pledirvw,
sell at Address" W. H. \ ier*'ices. (Downing, the )Real Estate .,
a bargain. I lent land for trucking and raising aPI ('U K IM)< I = | | , | |(>n, there.
i '. Arnold 'Ki ..immef.'. Pis. 41-if kinds of cropp About H acr< s of Man. M-tf I SEE Dow fling for anything you want in. j IIITVIl T HASs ( I I I / or In part for :.

J .pI''ndld''bearinl orange tree. !. good PHOTOGRAPHS properly' dune are the real estate line No matter how K -, HOY I IJ I u I ii "money' or ,In.
: FOR SALE -600 acres fine hammock the tree. the time I little, or how big it lit, he can supply I IIH_ .. .
crop on at present very suitable for birthday and holiday 1'J"t.O< ) | I I'llAI'TRR: ItF kl"'i | or ervl 'Mi.
and muck land, with some heavy pine i Splendid place for an excellent home gilts They really give you (the .you. 41.tf ,I.I.: \i\ AM SI('IM r.y: I l\IP\N: : f I tie >1t.,..rt.tlon or "
I timber on tract; 20 acres in cultiva- I Price $6.000.00 on terms of Sl.OIXt( '.OO Irpate"talu... for the (least money -- - . I .'lorn to m......
tion; 100. cres ready for plow; two ,' ca.h.palan'e$500.1)0 per :rear with and your friends the greatest pleasure FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, : ( ..", Inaae. con .

.. I I bearing o ange groves; t '. mlle of I Ij:1. i interest at six per cent per annum You can l1.t'; them Wilder's all modern conveniences, best, part of Itlt' ..I1II'r"I"' l h,'reltj1 BHMIM ll.- \Un', I for the further
y lake beach. Land lies opposite St. < town clone to lake. Call on or writeto \
}t This property judiciously managed Studio. 45-tf toifethi"r for the ,purpose of l I.e. ixnlng '; I l ...... luollidlnv
Clou on East Lake. near Milliard1*, _ _ ____ __ S. W. Downing, Kissimmee Fla. . 1 j
should make all the deferred pay- u : (vcir u-n niiilcr Hie l IA".f 'I..lIla l for lli I ween the said
l' Island. Apply to Jas. M. Johnston I ments and support a family in oom- WIND MERE. is located 18 miles LAUNCH FOR HIRE-Parties wish i fii<.tlon of ihe hiiHliimnpii, MI 1 '(nriliin i otb.... 00""' '''.

I deputy clerk circuit-i- -- court.--- S3-tf. I I fort. Nelson Realty Company. 43-tf; northwest of Kissimmee 12 mil I ing to go on the lake either for itm Inn elm) ncr ..In... nf this
:. west jjrlando, on the Florida Mid- business A R1'H LII all of .
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night
FOR SALE-Ten of the most desirable or pleasure day or | .
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; 'j. -/ lots in the town of Kissimmee at exceptionally I MISCELLANEOUS land Railroad and is surrounded by can be accommodated by applying to I I The umiui! ..r Hit Corporation. ,".111.I | .., beeomnlai.
-- three large clear water lakes-But- .
v J. M. Hansel '
Individually
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low and extremely 8IMMKB: UKA1N *: 81 PI'LY CO IPA
J;! prices ler, Down and Bessie. The land is .... I
terms. If desire to 'prlnoipAl nice .n,1 l 1.1.'e of tmhhiLNM wtb"h.\
purchase
l' easy you WOLFE the Wir m n. 42 tf peculiarly adapted, to citrus fruits .
l f Ii the most desirable building( lots truck 5 (ily of Kluitlmince HlorMa. .nd l Iti , cinch or *niab,
and and almost
raising. is en-
: - you should not delay calling on me at WADE. th@ tuner Orlando LOCAL CHAPTER mr, he oondiKtcil, tlicwllcrc to 'he e ry to par oW ::
tirely immune from frosts. I am \ j
concerning the KlorMa lu other or private
t brau
once for particulars { or otate throuKil
:1' -,. . above mentioned lots.. LIST your real estate with (Downing now offering 10-acre( tracts and a "'"I '"renl'leo or othprwUi. MB may l he ",........ tprnm .. tba
town lot in Windemere for $250 each. i
R. D. I -- .. cxiiivvnfeiit, and with tbe
36tf Waring
. g..4 PICTURES framed at the Home Store.FORfrifish This i is the best land proposition in Of American Woman's League Holds :\: such took

FOR SALE-10-acres( of splendid land, Florida Write me for particulars or AK1ICLE II ludebetednew, .
adjoins the city limits. In fine state phone the Rull Bass come and see. S. S. Griffin. ,Gotha An Interesting Meeting. The "ellu,. nature of Iho bunlnemi.. .. .. here S

L of cultivation and fenced. Marl road Market, No. 189. 19tf Fla. 44-tf. The Hart Memorial Chapter of the :|I I Iranui.ted l hy thin corapanr .haI l \ be the ; ..& any part
, a - I I facturlug. during bmrllliiK! anrl .
land. .
the Beautiful.
right to toes and
leading .
.. .-. location. Excellent land FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rill IF YOU desire to purchase building : American Womai'. League met Monday wholesale, for Known arpouut "and. for .a.

? .fine for trucking sightly and orange. groves. Just Bass.' Market. No 189., 19-tf' lots, home, farm. orange' thissection'grove .or-ol at the home Of the president. loin; flaunt ofotben, of liar rrmln.inl.!! ,, .agents..*and at In such fork

: the place for a fine country home with. GO-)TO' J. M. Post,to get your jewelry, other Florida properties, it will pay in to call or write< II C: Stanford., groceries growers' ttipplles bulMInt, |, aeoaaHarv ot

J II. ",. .,city advantages. This must be Been watches and clock. repaired.. 23-tf: me before purchasing.you ,1 have for A portion of a letter \\lVI !I. read by neat, provlnlouii. feed. food muffs, "", us buel.._.
aDd rrieroh 1l .
; uota o< e and personal Bro
Prices and terms
;1 to i be appreciated.
. : "., -. ., ., .sale' some of the moat desirable prop Mrs. Aultrnan fran Miss : DorporatloB.
I Campbell kliid,character aud
: ,' \: of payment favorable., Nelson Realty REMEMBER Downing telta both sides in Osceola which offer every deaerlptlor In the
4 .. : Company. 45-f about Florida. Write him for facts. erty county we donor'of the chapter house lot, in which ever; and that of acting> agcui, .... 0' dlraot- .
......--..... , i at very low prices and orreatportion she thanks the Chapter for the mem- '| ...coimntiilon raercbanT; manufaot'inri': ; "t forth In this '.
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fresh fat and fine at the 1 of it is offered on extremely easy fa'trai.d uaruhoiiHvmau .
t FOR SALE-:42-acres of land one and MUTTON Id Lice '. bunlneaaaa
j I ." a half miles from city limits about, Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf terms. If you have property in the bershlp in tlie league rec..ntty'present- :I nuy and all the ..",,oml1lllll". aforesaid : and .. lullr .
; North that you cannot readily sell tits ed to her. Miss Campbell expressed I .... ; .
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i J two and a half miles from court I' j (llIln' by purchase, lc e ) < "d In
: . house. I.and. lies practically level. "AGENCY of the White Star Laundry value if you will advise me the her intention of sending to the Chapter j toholdaml. own all such real eat..&", all the say rlfht part.
the Home Store. Phone 154. class. of property vou have and the I II
at ..
'r just sloping enough to drain good. a framed picture of her sister, Mrs property neee ry In ><1".olaIC".I lr. oorporatloal
class of desire to -
' 1 Rich, dark gray, sandy loam soil with property you purchase I I !ami, conduit ant biiklneulhla company" t! .
by
WOOD, per strand, $1.25; five strands in this section, it is possible) ; Hart. !' vlrtuael
IL splendid sub-soil good truck land and I I $5.75. Kissimmee bumber C"t. 29-tf that I effect to tborlved Uf traimHct. cud \Vv, liibrtifiilte and : ; and I...enerI .
t splendid for citrus fruit Sufficient . can arrangements) When we read of the strugjjle some'[ w !UK inMimber. |cai e, acll and e<1""", | ., be Incident
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make
. : timber for fuel for agreeable exchanges. of sister !| real ,other '' .-
many ears. About our chapters are having to eHtatv. and property at any II butlneaiwa and
'. 0 LIST with R D. Waring business and legitimate !-
, 12 or 15 acres ready to he planted to your pioperty your assure you may i IH rto4,ineil. for the best I lntert..l I' .
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obtain suitable lots which to build { .n&rrprl_ and
& Co. for quick sale at State Bank, dealings. R. D_ W 36tf on ,
. __ aring. ,,. .. .
Four .
, ; orange grove. room house in company" to d ji' IMiy aoiuire owu I I therewltn .
building. 23-tf their chapter houses, we realize anew ;,
. fair condition. Well good' water with _ HAVING'decided not to place our new mortgage tell and convey. ether laud! Iproperl" |
pump on porch. Stable. A ,few good' TRY-a-pair 'of Kored; Shape Shoes.; addition on the market at present, our*debt gratitude/ to Miss Campbell.1 to a,'quire. I'U..."..... build ... ipeclflnd

: I bearing orange trees and some other They are guaranteed.44tf we have concluded to offer the same for her generous donation a 80 Hlruct Icane operate aud malnlaJu. ..,.. otherwise

fruit. Splendid shade. Price $1,600. L. M. Whidden.I tract that we were to put in city lots suitable in every way. .... 1 grain ele\ator and warehouses for tbe < .. limited or"
- I-, NI'I'' on favorable terms of payment. Nelson into five acre .rects for trucking. The llng, deposit and, storage of hay. *r t ( ( ".-.- from
w.
j ) '.JI/J Realty ompany. 45-tf I HAVE a few real snaps in the' way This land adjoins the city limits of report !rent headquarters, prodncUf (troeerlea, grtM'era* auppllui ,f'S parattraoh In

_____ 'Here'- I Ir of residence property for sale. If you Kissimmee.. just across the railroad, Nov. 1st show the local chapterhas materlala moat. provlilrma feed ftKHl f'S( and of thin bualaeaa-
'. FOR SALE- a cinch for you. need anything of the kind it will pay inside of Bass' pasture, South of tbe 45 paid up active members, 14 note fond product, .uj merohaudlae cud .... Independent Article

. ..J. '''I' .. '.. Good7-roombouiie! just painted and I 1 you to see me at once- S. W. Downing city limits, and on the main road paid members, 5 honorary paid up members proierty of .,.err kfad. character. ,and < ..
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JG. ( ...tr,; papered; nearly two blocks of ground
; '." ; Real Estate. 44-tf leading to Campbell's station. Any tlon whataoever lor olliera for hire' .n<
I ""!>- t .. '- 276 and 52 applicants. S
large trees best
well In
orange ; I .
I. one wishing a tract of this land willwrite hue warehoUao reeelpta therefor; to ." ) 'tb rtaal.halt '
. 11- siic" town._. Also brand new5-room house; I I JUST arrived-big: stock o'f Guns Leggings Waring & Edwards of Lake- Many people stil have the idea that OMD. manage* register" aell aiM dhl. divided Into '

): ila. two lot; ten good orange trees; deep Hunting Coats and Ammu land, Florida, as it will be withdrawn the title to the lot it vested in Mr. tr.denarke. cop'rlghta and J>I1lenl., I the,. paV.lu. .....
'% wall; fine hammock land. Also four nition. Rosa Graves. : 36. from the market after two Lewis. This is a mistake. The lotwa manufacture., cell and dlapoaeof ..pert either or all In ""
good Residence Iota. All in i mite of - -- -- _, -.
weeks, time. It will be offered for products oorered by the name and at a Jest
_ :. g, i ]tot,churches and school We'll .OFFICE fixtures filing cabinets and that length of time at $100.00 per deeded to the trustees of the A. ,I bta.rowhll out of the seine: to IBIUA . ..for.... oby
: f- jjany part or all Box labor saving d.vices of all kinds. such pur-
together. acre and wiH be sold in 5-aere tracts. W. L., Mr. Tebbetts. All chapter of atotk, debenture utook bulid <'k "may bo li-
,: .. <. .::4 '. 'Kissirnniee, F1'. 43-4't' Yawmsn & Erbe make. See Prentis Will allow some terms. Address!!, houses are the property of the whole tlillgmtloun. ; to aubatfrlbo for" .. : : : : : .or times aii4
the Home <
",;' t, ri,. 'i'oi' BALE-27O-acre. of land near- St: _at. Store.------- Waring & Edwards, Lakeland. Fla.. league. 'They belong to no 'individual cetre. own, hold\ ) for .\luToitmeot. or. It as may th.be Br4 In- ..
'lJ.i' ,.. 45-2t eel''. dispose of and makeadran. so plOddf'd.-
Cloud.200 acres fenced for pasture. FOR ANY kind of metal especially man nor chapter. I I'rueaday ea "1>
; :: Old established ..toek. ithareo, bonds, debentures,
business house t
'r, 'IC' with roofs, use Black Pearl metal paint. evening the Cnautauqua
. ''I < postoffice on this farm; rent for Ross Graves. 54-tf ROOMS AND BOARDROOMS I atork.and securities of any KoTernraent;
f VJD. ? "J ,'.1' $15.O0 per month payable In advance. .. --- ----- Circle organized, having gathered at corporation public or j private. when* Nllnll hall br%lst Ita 'I'
.
,;,\.', Two ordinary Flor4da houses. School DOWNING pays all your expense if for Rent-Apply to Mrs. D. the home of Mrs. Thoraason. This Oeit or organlxed, and while the owner /

s ,-., t \' house 100 yard from building :yon come here at his solicitation and M. Breaker. .. .. 31-tf division .f league work promise. to do er of any stock, bond orobllKttlooa. !
k -Church Quarter mile. About one and find that he has "misrepresented -- - cine. all the right, po.... and .. :
the
."'" 0 a half mile to two different railroad j I things. 41-tf FURNISHED rooms with board.5L good and helpful work this winter "ownerahlp. thereof and to excretes all a ..eompanr.... prW-

k station/ A lot of good commercial -'- _. --- Mrs. W. W. Saunders. Park St. The circle will bold weekly meeting voting. poweri thereof: In form ,." and such -

. .1. ... ,'I**,. ,;:;.. _. w timber. and lot of railroad tJ.., IK, YOU have a roof that needs paintIng BORDERSwanted-Mrs- :- E. J. Alvey Meeting<< 'next Wednesday evening at a.. .& financially or otherwiaa :: JI=",>(nar I) ..
- -- Black Pearl metal is .
also aome good cypress timber for paint the can accommodate several persons with Mrs. Thomason's. Officer* of the circle eompanlea ayndtcaiea,-p rtncr h.1pii .. .. ....*, _b..'
i. telegraph telephone and fence post. right thing for this climate. Ross board and room at her home in rear I olationi of all kind. and to give. any. . ...
elected follow President JaouaTr
were as : la'
. .Land 4 J. rich and productive; 12 to 16 Graves. 34-tf of school house, or board without 'I or iDdoraemeat la oonneetlon ....'_ a1 amsy st4 In
I acre in cultivation. Nice :young ANYONE anywhere. can start a mail room. 84-tf Mrs. W. J. S. Carr; Vice-President, olhenrlae for the payment of money or ..,. shouki he

orange grove coming into bflarlnll.che.1' order business at home. No Mrs. Martha Boic; Secretary Mrs. P. performance of any obligation or S
_ at 92r..OO per acre, favorable canvass YOU CAN get three good meals G. Thomason Critic Miss Elizabeth { and to do other &C..Dd thlnga for the 'or-tbe IIn
ing. Be own boa. Send for free ; etooted abaU
of your cooked 'by best northern cook at .. ,
terms: payment. Nelson 'Realty vatlon protection Improvement or : pre\denl';\
booklet.- Tells how. Heacock, A 2144 Aultrnan.Everybody.
,
,- Company, : U-t( I .Transcient Restaurant opposite post meat of the value of any a ucu took, "', H. 8. FIoRd
Lockport, N. Y. _, .
office, for 25c each. Snort orders interested in the formation other obllgatlona. or to doa"7 am or ; __.Ioreg&ug.....
FOR ALE-SPECIAL BARGAINS40 extra 41-tf of class for the of the dealfftied, for aunh to .
AN intelligent person earn $100 .. study course any purpose; vary ;
may --- - --- t
best
fruit and truck
acres
-. mUes from Kiasinxnee mile land 34 monthly corresponding for newspaper FURNISHED room. for light house in Home Economics, please make a vestments of the company, to make. ., ......a ...d.U
_ 4 from
_ shipping station. K.00 *. No canvassing. Send for particular keeping nice, clean and airy; for rent point of attending the meeting Mondayat upon money held iv tniat to IMMIIO. on I may at an*
per acre. *. Press Syndicate, B 2245. long or short terms;' no drinking, i '1 I alon,aell ordlapoae of any and all the Tho.iasa4.?
II sacrifice t
a and hokflKgood for. ten Lockport. N.Y. ,gambling immoral conduct al- 8:30: p. m. This course 'In domestic of loTeatmenta herein numerated. or to : .
& any
- ... day only., II f
-: : ---.-- ---I lowed. Mrs. F. G. Thomason, Old I science cover systematically in sin interesting I agents broken In connection : asbacrtMakt

,-., ..-.:. bTenacre.. beat fruit land 3i milevjram WHY pay rent when you can ewna f Open House. (f 33-tf and practical way the nw advance. and loan money upon ) ... nluaberf' f
( t'; Klssimmee. 150 bearing orange trees. home. Why spend your money for "Profeaaion of Home Making" and land personal property orcpmiereial' ; ,mbaorlbatf

(:"' 9.. .:. . t v,eu J.09. This place.will pay 60 peK, soda water.'d&1lra, and such thing 'I Iv WANTEDWANTED "Art of Right Living." It I. divided I|i to acquire b1 purchase, leaae, own. i : t'" IMMK'I' e':( ;I
realize
.
r cent on the investment.40 .- that you nothing from .when'. mortgage eneambar both Improved . : R. II. 'floyd; )
. you can buy a lot for $100, by paying! -To exchange double-barrel into forty lesson pamphlet. The lev- improved real utaie wherever. "' ;

.. : .( acre* fine trucking land with small I$C.OO; down and fire dollar a. month breech-loading shotgun for a bicycle. son come under the following heads: aorvey. anh-dlrtda. plat and Improve' the ,0 ''f;

I '. housat mod other necessary building: without interest or mIL When Address box 697, city 29tf 1 1 Chemistry .of the Household, 2 Household I I for pnrpoea of .. or otherwise; sue | .,
I. only 3 miles from 'Klaslmme and 4 paid for you hav/saved the 9100 and sttaot. artet and oi.arate houn.. 1 I.
1'1'. .mil. from ahipping station. About CO you also get. the benefit of the Increase TWO nicely furnished'room.. for rent; Bacteriology S Principles of 'I llght and .power plagts, _hl"er1.nd U.a ......-

., fruit tree and other crop in ground. in the ralue of the property. good location. Apply Mrs. Helen Cookery, 4 Household Hygiene, 6 Per-: : ........ to urnlxh water power sad !saM>.,.Censty.
I t. -2)0;" ) acre of this land i i. cleared and I have eighty-eight very desirable $ erdew, Beaumont ave. 44.tf eonal Hygiene 6 Household Manage3": '1 toT power....! llf atlng aurpoaear *..w n. ; :; 11Op4 '\Mao. '
V lot which I am offering at the I WANT Florida 1 1I malnlalu be tl..1= "'
7 :"eady for the plow. A bargain at above, everyone to come to 7 Home Care of the Sick 8 Household eparaaaaad roadwaya and ;
'iSUW.00. named price and tel'lllll70r thirty day* who will be benefited by the change men?. I.. aOquira, Imp_. maaatra, work, .,.. -ehartaraad thmIr' !

b ," .f . only. Do not delay buying one ati Ibut not otherwise. Write me for the I Art.The House, Its Plan, De raI J exarcla. all rlghta In.reaaect .f, l...., ; ", tbasine. ,'
'al lanri.lot in Donegan Subdtviaion.Tbeie -of these lots Call on R.: D. Waring P I faeta about this country, and then decide 1 tfoti and Car*. 9 Textiles and Clothing. !1.a... sail, dumoa* o'*. tarsi I* } / ... _
j ''I" ' low are aelling- at 100 each. and put in your' application at for .. 8&X&Ust10" t"
1 '$ one : yourself whether or not you 10 The Children: Child Life oUMrwlM deal with property of all kI. October
$ : ,(' Will sell all for sTSO.M cash* .45-1 tpd and watch IC.i. fm_ grow. can be benefited by coming.' S. W. and Care of StadT10f. I.. Pasucutar/buslaeu.oosrsrus.... rjBd .. (. hadLi Dr"

: ' .,pi41j1c *4. .POYXE,, Qwystone Hotel. &rtf 4// L.D. Waring. Downing, KiMimmee Fla. 44-tf f Press Correspondent. I I laga; teeet. .. ageast far pee.e.. ,*.Jalr." PnbI II.iiu- '


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