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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 11, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00463
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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teacher. The minor children of League: mate, we are told, are working on these.J' /

( ISLAND SOLD members also may have these lessons Democrats) Make GainsIn.ManyNorthern 'I two gentlemen 'the same as they did on'' BOATS NOW RUNNING

.This is the-season of year when the Mr., Smith of Iowa. Mr. Davidson ha ''I

i bulk of magazine subscriptions and- renewals found a'good farm, and ia willing to divide "

W. Oliver made. The League is an States it with
To Messrs. t M.'and J. are Ur. Biggs. 'A
agency for magazines and this local Now the editor has the habit of Cutting Regular Schedule Twice a: Day

for the Sum' of Thirty-five chapter receives! for Its local expenses, into my salary when I write any- Between This Gland Kis- '

Thousand Dollars. of all subscriptions and thing that looks like an-advertisement ,
a percentage ,
And Will Be in Control of the Next National Houseof simrriee Park --- -
renewals It tskea,-therefore the League therefore I can not tell the single ladiesin .

beautiful, picturesque productive requests that all money for magazinesbe Representatives--The "Wets" Carry This this tow.n. how bad Mr. Biggs, aged r.
island. that lies in Lake Tohopeka'liga sent through its officers. This will- 77 and Mr. Davidson aged 78, are in A thing that has been one of the ur

about two miles from Kissimmee save the subscriber the trouble of attending State by Four Thousand Majority. need of wives to help them f'njoylire gent necessities. 'of our town for years

and owned by Mr. H. Fleming was sold to the renewal himself and1 on farm.- past especially during the winter
will add to the local chapter's income. months, was the running oft boat on
Messrs.E. .
by that gentleman last week to The following brief summary of Tues- Baldwin; Massachusetts Foes; Ohio, '
The League receives commission on our lake at a regular intervalsduring
9 M. and J. W. Oliver, brothers the day's election is taken from the Tampa Harmon; Oklahoma, Cruce; Oregon, CONCRmjUILDING '
all magazines published in the United thhdaythat'people'mightenjoy a day'souting : .
first named gentleman coming here Tribune Of yesterday and is just about West: ; Wyoming.' Carey Alabama,
States. Of course certain magazines without being forced to charter
from Lafayette Ala., while Mr. 3) W. as .complete as it Is possible to obtainat O'Neal; South Carolina Blease; Texas,
been'survey.tor known( as "class A," give a larger ,. Being Erected by Mr. A., S. Gilbert a boat, and also be great convenience ,
o-y Oliver has for some.jears this time although sufficient returns Colquitt; North Dakota, Burke.
e commission than others but the to those who live on the astern shore Sf
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Main and Park Streets.
fop this county. nave been received to justify the statements The Repulican Governors elected are: on .
h" League desire to send subscriptionsFor when desiring to this city.. ,
While Mr. Fleming has been adyertising made Pennsylvania Tener; IvewHampshire, The building fever appear to have We t
all magazines.POSTOfEIOjSCEiPTS. can now state that. the demand
' island for sale for the put Baas Pothier Iowa Car
this ; Rhode Island ; taken 'finn'&TIP on the people !living for that necessity has been met and '

: i two months, there were very few_of Latest calculations. the national roll; Kansas Stubbs; Michigan, Osborn; In North KisBimmee, Mr. A; S. Gilbert that the launches Swan and Me 2, under ,'

our people thought he would dispose of House of Representatives, based on I Minnesota,.Eberhart; Nebraska, Aldrich being the latest to. be attacked, and command of CapL Geo. Saunders

it for some time to come aa the price complete but unofficial returns, show ; South Dakota, Vessey; Wisconsin, he has begun the erection of a concrete will make daily trips between this city

he .askea-t35,000-while; exceedingly Show a Large Increase During the that the -Democrats have a safe McGovern; California Johnson; Nevada store house on the corner of Main and Kisiimtnee Park leaving the dock e
Cheap for the property. was beyond the of Oddie; Tennessee, Hooper'(fusion). and Park' streets the lot
Past Seven Months. working majority thirty. on lately occupied at 8:80: a/m., and 2 p, m.,. returning at.
reach of the average homeseeker, as The outcome: of the United 'State. ?n by Mr. C. W. Griffin' grocery' 11:30 a. m.and 5 p. m., the far for
very few-men desire to put that much We have in many ways told *f the Senate Is now definitely settled. The In this grate the entire Democratic store. I the round' trip being fifty cents.

money Ins borne howevet..beautlfulltmay wonderful stride Kissimmee is making Republicans are assured of seventeen ticket was elected. In only a few instances The building will be 90x60 feet and I Heretofore there has been little

be. But the Messrs.' Oliver knew but there are none that will, so new Senators\ which, with thirty-four i were the nominee of the Democratic will\ be fitted with every modern con travel on our lake except by those

what they were' buying; they knew convince the outsider that our town hold-over Senators, gives them a total, primaries opposed, and those venience Usually found In up-to-date owning launches, M It cost at least five, i

that It was worth every dollar Mr. has reach'ed the "city" class as will of fifty-one. The Democrats are assured t had only a limited number vote cast' dry goods tores. .Mr. B. Dickerson I dollary to charter a boat''of any Ue m i*

Fleming demanded ifor, on it. is an the ,statement that our 'potItoffice receipts of fifteen new Senators, which against them. i the .contractor and he states the bulld- i for an evening's cruise, but now that

't orange grove of forty acres which produced have increased sixty-seven per with twenty-five hold-ov rs, gives them I The amendment to the constitution lug will be pushed to completion a* a person can take a two hour's rid on

six thousand ,boxes last season_ cent during the put seven months a total l ot forty. \ prohibiting the manufacture or sale of rapidly u possible.The the waters of our beautiful ITohopeka-

Il aruni8 season, which is consideredthe which is 'a fact as the following comparative Two Senatorships are still fn doubt whisky this state was the allabsorbing handsome brick building {lately liga for the insignificant sum of ftfty

shortest In years in the citrus'fruit statement will show. I namely, the successor of the late Mr. question, and every inch of ground erected by Mr. Griffin on the opposite cents there will be hundreds who will I ."

line,,it will produce at l least fourthousand During the seven months beginning : Deliver of Mr. Carter in' was contested for by both its adherents comer added greatly to the beauty of avail themselves of the opportunity; :

boxes and with oranges selling at with April, 1909, to the end of Octoberof Montana,where there is no prospect of and opponents.. especially did Its sup- that street and now this concrete store- and we predict that Captain Saunderswill 1..
three dollars l a box f. o. b.. one can the same year, the- receipts at our a tie. These determined totals, how porters in this city exert their best efforts house of Mr. Gilbert' will add still meet with much success in his :'i S

readily see those gentlemen will receive postoffice were $3,132.06. while for the ever, leave a Republican! majority in the the fight, hundreds o.f more to. North Kissimmee': already venture. >

thirty-three and a third per cent on same seven months of this I'year the Senate u follower: Total membership, women and children spending the day prosperous and progressive looks, and The captain stater that any who de-

their investment from that crop alone, receipts were 4911.70, or an increaseof 92; necessary to majority, 47; Republicans around the polls singing patriotic songs, the people in that section of the city sir to spend a day fishing in the many ,

to say nothing pf the elegant home and a trifle over 67 per cent. As it requires BofDemocrats! 40; doubtful 2. serving lunch and beseeching the men are awaking to the fact that ere another cove around the shore of Kissimmee '

grounds and the other one hundred and an annual income of 8.000 for"a The seventeen Republican Senators I to vote for the! amendment.\ And their twelve months pass there will be Park can attach their skiffs to his

twenty acres of as productive land as local postoffice to be placed in the second considered assured are: California work had its effect, for the count showed few vacant: lots left on which to build launch and they will be towed' to the )

can be found in (Florida, the entire class, it will be seen that Kissimmee Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, that Kissimmee went "dry" by a either store houses or dwellings. end of his run, where the fisherman

island being. near immune from frost will not only reach that figure, but Minnesota. Michigan, 'Nevada North majority of 73, although the county precincts 'It is understood that extensive building can spend the time between trips Indulging -.

as any point in the state. probably the flO.OOO mark, as the five Dakota Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, reduced that majority, to 41. But I operations be begun this winter in the sport so dear to the

Many a man has cast longing looks months yet to be counted are the best Utah, Iowa, Vermont, Washington, that rule did not apply over the state, at the end of M ain street which if hearts of hundred of those who visit ,

: it this beautiful island, and wished an of all the year, as fully one thousand Wisconsin andWyoming.The for the returns show that the amend- carried owt; will 'greatly enhance the us every winter, and that their skiff .

.. undred times that they -might'call' it tourists will be in our city dunng that fifteen Democratic Senators considered ment was lost by something like 4,000 value all along that already popular will be towed back: ,tq the city, which
Heir own but it was so extensive and assured are from Florida Indi- votes. thoroughfare. '
time.When will enable a person to enjoy a day of 1 -
valuable that it was beyond their the business of our local office ana, Louisiana Maine, Maryland, Missouri The only office contested for in this real sport with very little coat

;\1' fondest dreams. It is nothing short of reaches the latter figure, we can expect Mississippi Nebraska, New Jersey county was that county judge, T. M.. -MABEL" PAIGE And again, that section across the

a paradise, and there place in all a free delivery system which we New York, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas Murphy and G. F. Parker aspiring to lake I I. buildinglnp at a very rapid rate, -

.: this fair state of beautiful and picture fully believe will be given us next Virginia and West Virginia.A fill that position. The result of the and day people are '
inolendor. In "A Bachelor's Honeymoon" every going across ;
1 sque home sites that surpassesit year. summary of the contests for Governorships count shower that Judge Murphy received n boats to .look over the different.
,J.,. There is not an acre of the Opera House November 16th.
shows the following Democratic 270 votes and Judge Parker 332, properties with a view to locating, and

'''r hundred and sixty but what is subject ICE PLANT COMINGGround Governors elected: New York giving the latter gentleman] a majorityof What the famous Maude Adams Is in the put their trip has been rather

( to the highest state of cultivation, Dix'New; Jersey, Wilson; Connecticut..VELVET' to the East and North and in a way to expensive and that fact has deterred 1 i
it matters not whether the Messrs.
and the country at large. Mabel Paine Is to many from looking over that most desirable
-Oliver, convert them on into one immense Broken for the and 62.IT'S Florida .'
1; or the South, and e especially to section. .,
and grapefruit grove BEANS '
orange Cold Storage building. THEJVATER which for many year ha been her There Is no doubt but what the run
usl large portion of it for tracking,
'make-a success home. In fact- Mis Paige it I much ning of these l boat on,the lake* will ;j' i
they are bound to great Ground hen been broken for the new '
,* for the soil will produce moat l ice plant and one of the
abundantly of tnpthing' planted that buildings which the Kissimmee Ice and Around Kissimmee: Age Into Youth. 'clientele and friend than is Miss Adam here who otherwise would go to other '
semi-tropical to,her. They see Miss Paige more often ; places in Florida to spend the winter, '
In i. The
a tropical or Cold Storage Co. to erect. new
grows own a The question of feed for cattle and [By OLD IRONSIDES.] ;\ now her better and feel a biggerand aa most of the tourists to this state I
+0 country., These gentlemen now plant will adjoin the old Winn Ice plant 1
princely estate and a life of ease and and will give the company an ice capacity hogs is one that perplexes most people About six weeks ago there arrived in stronger sense of personal Interest live in Northern and Western ,cities,

prosperity will certainly be theirs. of fifteen tons daily as co.'n. oats bran and hay are always this city two gentlemen from the North. and proprietorship! in her: During her and a ride on a body of water such a*

But Mr. Flemming could not bear to The new building will be constructed sold at high prices, and a larger number Both of them were tired and run downin recent long engagement of nine month. Lake Tohopekaliga would be a novelty, .'

cut himself aloof entirely from the along fireproof lines with steel re-in- of our people would own stock than health and had arrived"at that stage ,in the Duval', Jacksonville's: leading the a* they are deprived of that" pleasure '"
do did they'know that one of the best when life loses its charm, ambition its ater. Miss Palgevwa. constantly in receipt at home. -. "1' f
home where he had spent so many forced abutments for machinery piers
happy and prosperous years; so he re- and solid concrete foundations.The feeds ever discovered grows here In the gain, and a don' of letters from' friend and admirer Captain Saunders I I. deserving of the'

.: talned five acres a sufficient numberto company was notified Tuesday, greatest abundance with little or no feeling. throughout the state asking most liberal' support from our people: r.

provide a hbme and a garden of .that two carloads of machinery had cultivation.We The two gentlemen-Mr. W. A. Bigga, when she would again play in the forth* enterprising spirit'he has displayed

flowers and palms things which no been shipped from Louisville, Saturday allude to the velvet bean, a thing aged 17 year,, and Mr. Jas. Davidson, writer' home town and assuring her of ,' and we' wish for Mm th.'eat-. '

*, man in all this country enjoys more and which i I. expected to arrive In that Is not only well liked, by but puts aged 76 yeal'll-aeeared a room In North ''th* big crowd of people"who want ..t.ace.... i iy P' 7." " ,'t--." '"... '..
fat on both cattle and hogs and also Kissimmee of the wells her to Thus far on her t
amid which h can .near one flowing com* present i .
than' does ftp, and a)>out two weeks. Another consignment .
humus in the soil equal to that of that from the of tour these" prophedei have all proved ; I.
his cheek puta come spring perpetual '
alt when time has furrowed of granulated cork, td be used for ; RfSio'fNa
the weed plant. Mr. Oscar and for the theater have all been HANDSOME :
vaod whitened ,his hair and look out Insulating the delicate part of the beggar youth, they are now rejuve true

/"over the waters of Lake Tohopekaliga, machinery i* now on' the. way here Derbyshire, who lives In West Kissimmee nated. crowded to capacity at .every perform' Ti, .1L.i .;.: ..
brought to the Valley Gazette office Several day ago they were told then anc .- I1" '-':'
which the canoe of a N. J. I
the waters over from Hoboken -
have silentlr this week bunch of velvet bean were some good government farms in 'Another thing( that show most forcibly Bang Constructed: "bye Mr. Henry :T.
roc' thousand Seminole warriors The Ant'cold storage room,will be
-. glided on moonlit nights of bygone completed before the end of the year on which were forty pod, each pod averaging this. locality that could be had for the the .. .. of guardianship which the Bass on Maia Street, .. ,, z
five baa He atatod that the taking. 'They took a morning stroll people of Florida, especially the newspaper
days, and think and dream of the days 'and the dlff.rentcompartments will What one of the handsomest,
,vine from which this bunch of beans down to distance of editor who voice the thought "
Loughman. ,
and a eighteen .
when youth and'ambition was his care for about five car loads of produce and most costly ...ideoee.1a :KJlm- "
cut sTew from ingle bean and miles. After of the toward Mia '
was a partaking of a light people-eel Patio .
to* world; was filled with music and meats at one time. Later on the me when completed I* now. being eon-
that It contains at- least one hundred ,lunch at that place, they again started I is the fact that they read and keep informed '
company will erect the main cold storage tracted by Henry T. Baaa On Main
bunches, even after the late storm had and got into the wamp and water a* to the play she I* presenting '
building on the pre ml.e., -In the street on the vacant :lotj adjoining bin 'g,
: INTERESTING SESSION blown a good many off and that he where they'came very' near drowning ,and frequently comment upon them. ';
rear,of the two.!!* plant The company present home, twhieh he purchased a ,
; never saw anything that seemed to satisfy and wen'foreed to lie out -all night. in Not long ago several different editor
.' anticipate a heavy increase In few month: ago from Boa:: W.*; J; '
cow a* does an armful -of these their wet clothing compared her and her play with world \
Of tile American Woman's League the ice business within the next hail Se an. ,
vines. -3-: The next about Sarah Bernhardt'' her
9 o'clock famous
morning production "
and a rapid. development ot the The hones will be built of :'eontreteand
Held on Monday. year Those who have been growing the j I they found a farm boos., where they ., and all agreed that they preferred '
cold storage Industry. will contain six room*. and bath
At the Monday meeting of the A. W. i velvet bean in this section declare itjto, got. ome breakfast, were shown the Miss Paige in the ratio of about
and will" ,modern In all It* r appointments .,, I
League, ten ladle joined the class In N. P. BRYAN be the best and cheapest food staff yet road that led to Kissimmee, where they 120 to 1. Reciprocally.Uls Paige read ;, the Artificial Stone >Co..*> of-- '

"horn economic 'and > domestic HON found and it I I. likely that next season arrived in good spirits and .none the carefully ail letter and newspaper.. Lakeland... the contractors,<', and the i
of our people will set aside some for their ticle relating to her work and doe
cienee.." All other member who de- many worse trip. cost will be In the neighborhoodVof'' / 4 '
sin to take up this line of wCrk-are Win Speak in Kissirnmee Tuesday, ground for its cultivation.OverstreetArenburj.. On Monday, October 81st some good her' best to provide Just exactly the I, tour thousand dollar. '-

requested to be present at the next November 22. angel told them that there was plentyof I play that will beat please those who-I North Klawimm* la one of the'most'desirable
government land In or near the town honor bar with their patronage- and
meeting of the league when the class residence sections of the city
will be organized It Is intended that w. go to press w* learn that Married at the Methodist parsonage, of Orlando and they walked to that their friendship. On the present tour I and while then have been few; dwelling ,

this class shall meet each Monday Im Hon N. P.' Bryan candidate for the on Tuesday evening November 8th city; a distance of twenty mile, in seven abe Is presenting the musical comedy, I erected there a* compared with '
Miss. First Ovrstreet--to Mr. J. C. "
hour In the "A Bachelor's Honeymon, a* her
mediately after the regular league United State Senate will speck hereon evening they want i either South or West "Imm..un ,
meeting. fAt November 22. Further detail' will Aren\urg. Rev. J. rf Mitchell officiat for a stroll; around that town and about opening attraction and "The Gam."a : the few'that: have been built are both .

the neal meeting a das in china be given in our next issue. ing. 8 o'clock became separated from each powerful and. thrilling comedy drama handsome and i'
win be All interHsted .1s Osceola boy The bride wi reared in Kissimmee other. Tuesday morning Mr. -Biggs I a* the next offering. She will be seen :.every particular
jpalnting organised. Mr. Bryan an : county I but. the .ldence.of Mr. Baa
and i* the eldest daughter of Mr. J. J. for two at the New Electric Theater
hunted for Mr. Davidson until 10o'clock night
should be Wonderful hard work close
present. who ha by application win be the most ccwtly ,and will a /
Jfmgre** i* being mad by the art class and honest industry attained a veryhI&h Overs tree t. and being unable to find him walked commencing Wednesday, Novem- i great way toward inducing other go to "
For several year prior to the beginning back to Klimmee, arriving here In.. ber 16th. The *cal* of price has been '
and become
Mr his
in">; tU0r chapter. Catherine position in profession build home in k..plire'with the '

the of the prevent term she taught time for upper. Mr. Davidson mthe fixed at 35, 60 and 75 cent, and scat progress
instructor In I china state.
painting is popular throughout towa'l
I/, very our making.
f jQlen7.head of.her> department and I b For the first time be I Is Making public In established the Osccol an enviable High School record where! for she efficiency meantime bad oeen looking for information can be secured in advance at Robes.sop's That part .of ;Kiaslmmee **em*' to yy f

' bran circle*,for her oxeevtlonal office. H. has been 10 active and and, not being able to find Mr. drug store..Although be taking on"new life (in tI .building IC't
1\ 0 endearing herself alike to Biggs about 2 started for the Miss Page ha* never appeared t
\ I talent. A achrof china esVmest, however', in' support 'of' the p. m.. line during the past ewmonths_ and -,
'4V-painting of Cincinnati! named Miss : principles h* believe to be right that patron* and pupils town of Taft, where be arrived at 4 In Kisslmm before, the majority It l" more than probable that before ; i ,*,

't 'Afciegier. ha for veral years taken: a: he I is known from case end of th. stateto The groom i* a popular railroad man.belD& o'clock. of oar townspeople. .. know her by the winter ia ml' many eleB.nt-suxae. *,' ;oi' 0\>-', 'I ,
"' li.wek COUI'M.acb UnderYrs. the other. Wherever known be I* connected with the construction The next morning h* (Davidson) reputation, and many have ...a' .her lots bk' 'l' }
:., hummer will be bent oa In that ....., w '
th. Atlai1tic Coast Line ?
'Now I department of started for Sand lake; and after wandering play during the pat few year In Jeeksemvme Mctionfhat!!: ; l/'' .
Cherry' instruction. that respected a* a man, clean, honest and in this are now vacant. .
with headquarter city. and otfeeV cities in the tate. It o/!
the League ha secured Mrs/ ; Cherry able. W* hope the people of his.. horn Th happy couple left immediately around for a day or two, found! I U not an exaggeration to say that all > C f '1.0

{ ,MiZUgiar. ha JoiUbe League In county win tarn out In large) numbers after the ceremony' th* evening his. way into St. Cloud, noa*; the worse who hav seen her speak of her and her Capt. 7. A. Sinnipeani'oar'popular'W.|VTavare .s....

I fr order to atfil 'have Mr*. Cherry' utraetioo. and hear him discos the principles of. train for Tampa and St. Petersburg to for his long walk and with, better company in term goodt hijrhuct praise slatent podmutea'; IdtTee.dayrfoe-. r.. .. :: ,
'i spend a fw days after which they willbejafhome knowledge' of the surrounding country and that a really ahow. may be depended .
't' ,Every full paid. or note paid government for which be Stands and in this than ., where;rB4rvtapend a weU-f +. .'
dty. be could have gotten fromhear- upon. 'Special aeeaery and electrical 9.. '"
, I Ir :ptlmember, ;may have 'histructionfree assure him of 'their hearty support for The Valley Gazette join their many effect are carried, and will positively eacned two'yse Hettosi wiU. hi*, 4. I'

I ,,of",charge; nndethi* talented the high position which h* seek I friend In extending congratulation i I' .Our ,life-giving water and the'clio be shown her,..j tits tattle-graoddwght. .. r,' i,' .'%: ', ,j'f ,.....::. "' :
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; .A worM to do witnSk especially! If you -KISSJMMEE! ,. FLA. FLA.% '
f *., Vthe.Common did not want-it in your own home. j 1J i
: This article is written 'to that, ..
-tell you 1

'n 11> I c. : V .' '. t ..Peoplefct ". ;.: .;. da the, with Children'headquarterr Home SocietyFlori-Jacksonville, .'E.M.F..30y"\! .Reduced<< from $1,250( to .' .1.000 '4

:f" .' .-_..._.-..--._". ,_.., ..- .. makes! It their business to takexjus' "F hider. !l.20" Runabout reduced from $750 to $700
: : such babies, and all other children uh-. I
: :. .:. 'I BYl'0\E I OF T ill'iI. . der the age of fourteen years, who are '"Flinders\ 20( ; Roadster reduced( << ,from! $790!/ to $700 .

t; , \ ; neglected, abandoned orphaned o .
i Flanders 20" {Suburban reduced<< from $7HO) to $725
1 1ill. 1- abused, from any place in the State o
,: :", ,. .
t 1 . -' . Florida. They will then keep the cildat !! .-

(? ., there is a great and increasing majority United of all not the an Receiving institution Home, but there a hopne!, which, where is i< All Cars, are Guaranteed for One Year by s ; .
re SURELY of Florida who regard the- office of
V Senator as a part of the heritage bequeathed to the children good family are temporarily homes are found cared'fortill for: 'the E. M f. CompanyAll '

them the revolutionary fathers,. in perpetuityand
to by
is to
them. The work of the society
without charge or liability to assessment restriction, 1
child and the child-
the homeless
curtailment or alienation. less bring home together. orders) for early delivery should be placed<< at ",

This'being so-'and it is to be hoped that no one will dispute During the last seven! years, hun- once ns" our allotment( I Is c'llig taken rapidly. M.; t

it, and thereby declare himself a member in good standing dreds of little helpless and neglected

of the Ancient Order of Old Fogies-it follows that all (but or orphan children, have been taken by .. GENERAL HEPAlIUMi SOLICITED) >

., a few of us) feel that the office of United States Senator the society from all parts of" Florida,,

should be filled by a man who-as our friend W. J. B.. of ... and all"or them' are now in good family

Nebraska, says-"has a' heart (tn rhythm moved by the homes where they pre being loved, educated -

heartbeat of humanity and not in cadence. with the pulsations and being made into useful J. J. GRIFFIN

of the full pocketbook." citizens. .

s.3>i*) Bowing'to'the will of the majority is simon pure 'Dt>mo- A new interest has been stirred up KISSIMMEE Local Agenf .,' ELORIDA ,

cratic doctrine. Therefore, it follows that it is well to give throughout the, state this fall by Mar-

1 '" ear and heed to the sentiment preponderating when we are cus C'. Fagg the new superintended

r ._ submitting a senatorial candidate to the acid test. of the society. who dearly' loves child.
Ten, and who has had seven years of
JOHN N. C. STOCKTON IS A SENATORIAL'CAN- egperience in children'swork... Ml. ._- -- ----

DIDATE.HE Fagg aims to have 4.'very-'man, oman I work will receive' a prompt reply. .............,.........................................................................
IS ALSO A MAN IN }HEART TOUCH WITH and child in the State of Florida to Those who wish to contribute to the '

know about the work of his society, work can send their ceecks to R. V. \
.t 0 and have some part in it, and will glad. Covington, treasurer, Jacksonville.The .
His forty J'ears"r"CIOrd as a business man in Florida is ly furnish information to persons who other officers of the society are, Establishing Banking\ Relations with- 5? ';
unmarred by a single iustance of ungenerous treatment of want to take children into their homesor I J. H. McLaurin president; Hon. D. U. "
rivals serious disagreement with associates.All ,
or : want to report children who need Fletcher Arthur G. Cumer Dr. R. H. _
-co __ I
those who have dealt with, him in business have good the care or attention of the society. Dean, Cecil Wilcox vice presidents; / ;: =,

words to say of him. The officers of the society and the Chaa. H. Smith, secretary; K O. 1 Any information regarding Banking in this section of the . '
Board of Directors are all prominent Painter, assistant secretary; Judge W. country will be cheerfully, given and your business with !
t lie has helped to the utmost of hisl'means\ these who have business and professional men of the H. Baker attorney.Old S us will be strictly confidential. i l'i
applied to him for aid and counsel. .
state and are giving much time and -- -:- !
He aided the churches, the schools, the hospitals, and was personal service in the work. papers for sale at this office,

t" active in organization of other ag..n ies'-.belpful" to The work is supported by voluntnrv .20.--cents-- -a hundred.- Citizens Bank of Kissimmee \

humanity. "'x subscriptions or donations, and at the ;

He has been active in relief work in time of stre'ss. Sufferers -" present time the society is much hampered : Asses E. DoN JIN H. If. PTANNVlcPmtdent W. H. NOHTONCuhln "'

l w from the yellow fever epidemic of 1888 and from tbeX ... with.from lack offund children to do in the thework W. G. HANKINSB .........Fraident.............\...................\......................:...........'
conflagration of 1901 knew ........ Many are ... .
...... state who should be cared for by the. -. -- .- ,-- -- ---
1. H4 has warm-friendl among the men and women who society at :once, must wait till enough
i, work for wages which his acts as a public official 'and a Representing: _.
coney is secured to make it possiblefor --- -- -- --
private citizen have drawn to him. LEWIS UPCHURCH CO. I

It / He early learned the lesson that the wage-earners, the The th society ocit'ty aims to get to to be them.of service to R WHOLESALE Jacksonville GROCERS Fla. I O. C. _._ LEA,

small merchants and the farmers pay nearly all the expenses all children who need iU care, and I fl
of government and he has denounced the tariff as the chief among) the many ings it does are the KINGAN & CO. I I DEALER IN FINE LINE OF
t O
conspirator in this pillage of the poor. following: '
It looks after all children) who are in NATIONAL I fiy
He has publicly declared that the high cost of living is the
distress in the. entire state f Florida K SHOW CASE CO. 1
crime of the government, because it IS directly due to '
f I from ] I ,
regardless of creed, tiny pleas ,
special favors front\ congress to special favorites. -ETC.-
J babies to children fourteen yeat of I / '
j'' He is a student of governmental problems, .and might, : E FRESH AND PURE
age. Quotations on Application) FREE DELIVERY to all of the ''
'' parts city Prompt and tourteous attention.;
i therefore, be called by'a high-sounding name, but we are , .
It takes abandoned /babies dependent -
.. t -- considering in this little treatise the common people, 'which.brings neglected, abused, and orphan -- T SLi1-MONar: NOOi: I

;' .7' us back to the place of beginning-this, by, the \way, .. children from homes of poverty, disease R HOSIIS-- 187 ,I
) s\;l ?, "," being the best place to end' -to.say '" and vice, / I i ,. /
"i : ', ': "' .. ,,: " , .:: Ji..t: ,, / -
; 1J ". ; ''J : it places these children In good family
\4 [.; {;\dr>:"'y'{JOHN.K r--1.- ,; '.,

t j D1DATE., IS ALSO A MAN IN HEART,_ TOUCH WiTHHUMANITY. will to homes be be useful better loved,citizens educated than thfe of good and best brought character institution up, W. t. v YI }$t-noZOR |{ New Shoe.. e Store ( fLadies'Oant's

ever-built. -
: It selects these .family homes after a -
t '
,, t careful personal investigation by j / sand< Children's Shoes

ey trained workersIt HIGRADE AND UP-TO-DATE
supervises these children after be. Real Estate ,
ing placed, by visits made as frequent

.. .:__ r-.= as possible, the visits being made by OpQwdYo 'I' Buy MARSH & WHIDDEN
skilled workers, who love children, and
have their interests at hearf. l
.{'Brown'slin Town"and It receives children from afmshouses, ,
s l : from other institutions and agencies, KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA

... and places them in good family homes.
help you to get better pictures with your camera. ,
It.cooperates with all churches, societies -
lodges, city and cuntyofficials,
1 LOCAL \IBW9I OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHS institutions and agencies in all cases ./ !)

I "THE KODAK PLACE" where children are concerned. ./ ,

: eo DP'.16rlrstoDl Hotel .,It keeps good mothers and little

children together where it is at all'possible EVERY: HOME

by securing special funds\ for their !

maintenance.It .
conducts a Receiving Home where should have one of our' \ q MN

w. H. ARNOLD children from all parts of Florida art 7/
kept temporarily till' a careful studycan ,

Contractor and Builder be made of each child-its health, rit-I1 .
'. . .
its disposition and habits-where iVil -
properly cared for and clothed )>flore .
'w . ON ArPLIOAr1ONr it Is sent out to) its foster home*
F f,
I' -- i >' It aims to) secure positions for mothers .

I guarantee my work, when completed to) be with babies, that they may be kept: ,. 11
I fart as contracted for.e together) and not be ,objects of charity.
It acts as a bureau of information ir
tV 'a.. Bwd.iyy e
P.O. } '
all where-thildren ; involved. ,
cases are RllMl (Iphv )
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA institutional for al :
ItJsecureB-/ care ,
y . \
+ defect! hildren.Itlerids .
f t/.J 1
I any aid possible to all child I ,
R / who need love, advice, fiiendshi .
--- --- ---- -- --- - --- - P] '

...-......-...........\..\.....................-........\......\: .or encouragement, or care of any kind.

..:..., : ',.1 WHAT IT MEANS !/ and It' furnishes temporary medical care to and children other wh aid: COUCHES OR DAVENPORTfr if ifTbey

:: M mar people do not know wbat a B .nk'. Capital for.or th. dlff.r come under its notice.It .
:: .woes a bank of little or no cipttal mad oa will large oaptui. /%, now has hundreds of childrep i ir
i the depoelton from 10..., therefore.. it; the its care, each receiving individual oversight 3
It the fond that prol aU J
gT. ter protxittoo the"._llore b.... ThU bank ba a .ala7c.r in a good family home. not only add to comfort and enjoyment .", ,
.. ..... .. ,, ... .. ......... > :% ,
J OaplUdof Bnrpltu fond f>( .'..... ... ..... ...'.. .. .. M.OOO 00 i It helps to make men and women oi f but beauty as well. We can sell you any style or ifi';
N ;. ,... ,,. .. . ,
# gtookboUJenliability " y>$UO OO :i real worth out of helpless babes and

4, I" A total of ... ..... ..... ... .. <|12DJOO: 00 = Waifs, who otherwise might become quality you wish. Come in and look them over. ,. ;H 1

J ew4sIT1tL .thai we miut Y00/tLlD0a00laltoro flf depositor could I lo., aI paupers; criminals or public charges.
+ protection 10 tor Last, but not least, it is supported!
.2 I I. STATE BANK 9 KISSIMMEE entirely by voluntary contributions cog

1a ; -- That means that every person in Flori
S. L. LUPFER t-. "
Manager '
j. I
o. JL CAR80Wrrwtdwat JOHN u. LBKVlcwPfMldcot N. P.. CARSON You can help with your money, youi. ,.' hit:!.
i ,i Cwhl a r1 time, interest. Do it now. ,
L ffo ,. .' if,__.. T___.... ...................."'........_._............._ your writing Mr. F about the F '
... Anyone gg ..p' .: ,1i
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1 4:t I. 1i "" OOS" (Gas Engine( aid Punfp Combined! ,

: The Town of / I Users are "FOOS" Boosters-ASK THEM ;
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E, t Y. '!'ITEMS, Of I INTEREST' (.LIPPED 1 r ': n "' ,' n.' Y,

I .
( j.a : '7, Breaker .' \ .
Capt. J. M. of Klssimmeea ,
5' a a .;; .was Pisitor-'on: Saturday last. Nn.

Jack Baas waa-another of our' brjs I I T : : I : < I

who spent Wednesday in.Klistmmee.v 1.J ; ,
-. ,J ) )1j.1o o- .
Mr. J.,M. Hansel! of I Kissimmee was n.1 ) ; : l l
also one Of Saturday's visitors/ to St. K I I j."I ro d.
Cloud; .- J Z I 4 4i
-' 1 It (
:Arthur, andCha lie motored W i 4 4J :/ .'
: 4 over 'to> St. Cloud; from Kissimmee. on J M ( '
4 )
f Wednesday list. W J ; I ):f .
'. ,4v rr M ) .

Mr. $; C. Stanford motored o\er : : &. BARKLEY CO. '
i from: Kissimrnee this morning to I }'
after his business interests ,, M J I State Agents.
heY |
r --'-- i .. / Domestic' ,", /
r 1'- cost here is your Water :
V Clyde Edwards spent(the'early !fT'W. ( I Irrigating plant. Featuring"FOOS"
; .6.e part of the p sent\"eek in Kissimmeeon W your .
business for the Seminole/ Drug Co. 1 R W \ economy extensively. Cost 4: cents 4
J of St. Cloud and Kissimmee. | - -:./
: operate. -:- :- : ..
a ,
: VK ( '
4 Parker KissironHttand Mike
Judge V It
Crown; traveling inspector fVruie Atlantic I W 6 :
: Coast Line Railroad, came totowq ;J R : assured
on Wednesday last in a special I : {
train' and attended to business with the .
local agent a other business men here. \P E:P c i; A. CRANFORD. a. L. LUrTER.Hinataiy. ,
| Vlce-Preakirat.. ,
;J M
1 :N P BRYAAI Thh first annual banquet and sociable I

ty THE CANDIDATE OF THE PEOPLE .of the Ladies Improvement Association G
; ALL SECTIONS OF FLORIDA of St. Cloud was held last Monday nightat -() 8 LUMBER CO. ..I
PtvITCD.STATCS Aldenworth Lodge The only ladies 8 II: I ; ,
present were those belonging to the Ben
club, and each of them had the J:R )
privi.1 K P
--- --- - -- lege of inviting one gentleman J Z ** Rough and Dressed c. .

\ I tend.Mrs. Frank Graham_ returned to St. J W R II : _LUMBER

tT $8.00 to $1 O OO per Barrel Cloud Friday evening from northwestern last Her sister Kansas, Mrs.on' Raf -

; L. M. Parker, of Oberlin. Kan.,accompanied -
by her children C. P., L. T. and for (
, M. E. Parker, returned'with her. and .
will spend the winter here as the guests TV'
' of her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. H D. Re<' 1 nocxxxxxx>a<'Or>ooooo i
I Bring ,In Northern Markets Colvin.A ) r

PLANT :THE POLARIS T. H.jolly at Ladner the party residence, Elevonth of young of street Mr.folks and and assembled Mrs.Ohio- I 1 Auto Garage (

avenue, Monday evening last. The oc- To I
cession being Halloween, the guests r. ) J
were all masked from "tip to toe," anda To : -;-AGENCY FOR-
490 BARRELS GROWN most amusirg time preceded -the! unmasking :
here in Florida on HVH ACMES, quality the best More large .
{ r potatoes to the hill and largest yield of any of the proved and tested "LTGAS
sr varieties. We can supply a limited quantity of this seed potato AND I
I grown in AROOSTOOK County Maine, for $::1.25 per bag ((2J St.. Cloud's attractiveness as a place ,
bushels) freight prepaid to any Railroad station in South Fla. Or. for settlement begins with the overwhelming I matting."f "
ders must be sent at once a cash: 'deposit of $1.00 ; To STEAM CARS
fact that it has the finest cli .
per babalance payable when shipped November or December 'tat"f I "
as desired. I'LANT EARLY FOR HIGH PRICES. Our Manager, mate in the world. Not even that ot ...
a resident for twenty.six'years., will advise as to planting, diggingand far-famed Italy can.equal it. While the :
marketing. Italian climate is the finest in Europe, To Repairs and Accessories
; yet it has most serious drawbacks, from To .
Sanford .
Produce .
We can supply you potato which Central Florida-ie--entirely-free' .I
barrels from our Barrel. .. / .. : :; PHONE '164
Factory, Car lot or less. SANFORD'FLAoAlso The Presbyterian church building is ,. . . . .
Bean Cuke and Lettuce Co ." .
:: j assuming gratifyiug! appearance.! The : : : tJA : ._
hampers. work is": progressing rapidly under themanagement To a' .
. "
of our local contractors, '
We ro'.rb\ perralaitlon toedltorlkl.p.p.r Td.
Bilhngsly & Johns. Weather permitting -

_ it will probably be ready for dedi- C .
------ - 'h the
u-- -- --- cation during holiday season a most
,. fitting time for such an occasion. The /
fine 1,600-pound bell has been shipped \
from the factory, and its arrival here is To\> e se

: E. L. LESLEY'COMPANY looked. for every-day. :I ly y

The Woman's Relief Corps gave a To. :
CLOUD L-A. supper and pie contest at G. A. R. hall . ,9, ,IQ r.. '
101 on Friday evening last and it was as To \ P a. p 4.
' PULL LINK Of successful u the many others they have To : k
GENERAL HARDWARE given. To those who have been fortu- _
nate enough to attend the affairs of the :
TooP. and Dekea. Full LI.. of.e.'"' .........1...,, Hats_ mean as much aa several! column of \ .,f / a
and Cape. UadleaHOM..
TIle with
praise. supper was as replete tion.On '"
a { good things to eat as only W. R. C
d FERTILIZERSGrocery mppers are, and the attendance was at
--- least equal to the previous records, ; : '
Located on N. Y.Ave., 2 doors from t. Cloud Hotel which means the half was filled to iu ties \ ; a
,,0. .. Hardware Store Penn. Av., near llth.St. capacity "and then some," to.use the out ( ,

OUR PRICES;! ARE LOWEST I. A(.*t F.r.. for PUMP.Badaiea JOHNSON' expressive vernacular.On -. I of all- r sry,

FVRN=:' .'VRE Halloween last, the time when and I; PIE CRUST '
spooks and goblins are supposed to roam I ,
CASH O. INSTALLMENTS the earth, a mysterious apparition '
"-- : \ use the flour that .has the miller: : '
cubed as an angel, with spreading
1 Pets Av.. tetwees. 10th sat llth PTSSJ* Deliveries. wings, wended Its way up Eleventh of Pint Quality., Tho.'Quaker'.1. 4 : -.
street and stopped at Comrade L. Wil- A. label, shown above, Is, placed upon i r. )
liama' residence. Slowly walking up
bat or barrel of FIRST QUALITY '
J. R.
the steps of the porch; the ghostly figure "|.
spied Comrade Williams and made City" flotfr for the purchaser! '

JL a sudden dash for him. Before our respected Look for this red &; blue .......i! -
10.20 .
comrade could recover from his ,
amazement at seeing what was apparently A -.-
0 h an angelic visitor walking up to ..
him, he was clasped in more or less for deep. ; CITY FLOUR MILLS CO. :/' f -It
loving? embrace, which he;returned with I 40-tf PHILADELPHIA
SAVANNAH GA. and RETURN more or less viger. Suddenly the apparition r

turned and fled down the street, i ' ..
closely pursued by Comrade Williams,
' FEiOMKISSIMMEE but the "angel" had more speed than Co. : : "" .f
its pursuer, and soon disappeared in
VIA the distance.

ATLANTIC COAST. LINE PROCEEDINGS OF Building:' One Block Ero Depot t .1'

klnd.'f .
now : Y' TlciteU on sale November 9th. lOttfand llth., with final limit November Ifith MEATS" J/I . ,
;; !
! Forrre..rvationsbor\ ioformaUoocaal on stations nearest in Florida' Fla., Nor. 1st, 1910. '';, :

' # ,t'f '" Atlantic Coast Line Ticket'Agent there The being Council present met in J.regular M.Hansel session, W. EGGS .FRESH .'..FISH* :', '.'!' t .

>. or write to J. Sean, W. B. Makinson, and J. Old .to fhone Orders and Fret" ''''""* :. "' ,- s
,1 Y. R, BEASLEY. T. P. A., flee '
j. G.
Clerk. The .
{ Gilbert. president beIng".bsent.
810 the to arty pnrljof Ike -
;., Madison St.. Taupe. Fla City.JPkontf89 r
", i On motioa W.. J. Sears your j +
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matting."I -I 11.
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vrb, '.>a?, 11 'i RP y M .rr r I. Yii -t aa.y1a15 }.1' W. 'w'I1 ,.

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erU building! for u. 'Yew. department, ql

.1 ot\1.':> ..,;'. "J: store of Monahan' & Bode, ,t.. ., p. '6._, .J' :
4PUDLiBBED '.4 MB-JU.JC.: ..J&eFClf Chicago\ Is building -
EVERT FR1BAT. on his lot on South Bold. '- TAKE ThE
Office in Valley .Gazette' Building ,Items.of Interest from That Thriving Mr, Chambless and Mr. ''McDonald Ob>cti-Memorial, Historical, Educa' LAKf TRIP

$ little Town. are here transactingrbuelneee relating tional;'Benevolent, Social..
4 JOIEm.OSCEOLAOOe: I 'I to tee colony. j I. 'Memoria'l: J because' it is to'preaerv.. "

41 fl{ W, Bs P'r: Davenport* baa been having her face : Mr.: Carpenter rand family of St.; the memories of our 'dead with' men
fie Editor and hands washed and feels better. and ..,. .
9: J. TR.IPLET. AsRociate Charles are here and, will build on his women. 2
P 1 e : The unsightly' brush piles bave.been' town lot. t, Historical, because one of our special l 1 LAUNCHES
I. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: removed objects is, to gather' ,the material for I '
.. ,....,.... .. .......... .11 ( Mr. Smith of Geneva 'Is here with i, ? ,
o..c,,.on. r r last letter eight hew "SWAN" ANDgME \.
A, <>.._I'.>bt momtn....',".. .n.... .......all . 00 ,since our his wife. They; expect to- stay all win- ,an accurate history of war between the I .,.
; have been commenced and fifteen .
houses ter, and )If they like (It as well as they states, that most uncivil thing 'calledthe ,j -
". '
aommunl attoa.. _t tram our athor.ommxindmU. S'UNCERS'
I .I bd .mart b (\IciMd br UM writer. other. families: are waiting$k>r expect toi will permanently locate civil: 'war. This is most important{f.,l' . CAPT. ;
i awttar win not b nt1a..... .nl.r lumber to build with. It seems there. here. / f 1 and in line. with this is to overlook the '
eau.d(or.BatmdattlM la's shortage In the lumber market ? school lo see that they are CITY
Mr. Chambless reports that :.he histories >
4'1 I PotefflocliSutUr.. I.' KINIm., na.' .w somewhere, as Mr. Parjish (Is unable to brought seventeen homeseekers 'with 'non-partisan either. side.. I LEAVE .ooCK 'DA.rLY

1' . .. supply the, demand and' families are him, and since, several others have Educational, because we are pledged! '

Friday Nov. 11, 1910 living In tents and box cars, anywhere, come In. j to help educate the: needy descendants .
I 8.3O A..M. AND 2 P. M.
1' f to get shelter while waiting for lumber I of worthy veterans.. '
Those registered at the hotel are: '
'Thursday evening Dr. Llnning Benevolent, kindness, material assistance .,
Wm. R. Smith. and wife Geneva 111.
; -
arrived with a gar load of machineryand to Confederate vets and their -FORKISSIMMEE- i
Is Sent Complim tary.p B. L. Carpenter and wife, St. Charles, I
l located
stock and iajftw nicely on
;i families who are in need of such help.
b Parties receiving l this paper hla 40-acre tract. just southeast of town; 111.! ; Wm. Hartgrow, LaGrange 111.; I Social, because ono of the objects is '
C. T. Peeler M. C. MacAffee.! W. M.
p : who are not regular subscriber he brought two large tents so he will i I to cherish. the ties of friendship be- :
intention until he his Huffman, Chicago, 111.; L. Baubynoff, ,
must not think that it is the be quite comfortable gets tween our members.
I G. C. Mahon St. Elmo 111. F. Tooms'
; ,
of the to built lie intends to build a
publishers Jeter house I.I So many have asked the expense of
V I s';' demand of them the subVfrif tion. large house to be used as a sanitarium Geneva, 111. ; Miss 'Jlitch o Js.. St. membership to the organization and we .
( '
price, as It Is mailed to them complimentary He will also build several small cottages Ohio.Charles, ill; G.' E. Roberts, -Vickery, .say: 60c admission and ,$1.00 per

by our Board of County near"his own house to tent to pa- 'I annum. .PARK. '
j "' Commissioners for the purposeof tients who come from a distance. On Mr. Pamah track.has a brick making press i Qualifications of membership-The . '. -. .
the side I
acquainting them with the the same evening/ another car arrived' on following qualifications of membership A.

., many advantages and opportuni in charge of its owner. Mr. Rochlk, : are such as to render the Daughters of! ,
1 ties this town and county offer who has bought the'old K el log place. The Wolves and the Meat. the I Confederacy in time strictly --.
-1 bad thought that It..was peculiarto I I Return 11:30: A. M. and 5:00: P. M. '
V the horoeseeker. The paper will His family is here also, having arrivedfew human,nature to regard tost which hereditary, that is, those women entitled I
be mailed for a few weeks to any .a days ahead of him. the Southern
to membership are I
ib one has as' of 1 less value than that I -
VS el person whose name is given us, Since Monday, three other cars have which one has not but I bad reason women who are' widows, wives, moth-<< 'I

and. if they should desire to receive arrived but owing to other business to chance my opinion the other day" era, sisters, nieces and lineal d.eacend'i ,

let it regularly thereafter we natters we are at present unable to aid a visitor to the BOO. ants of such men as served honorablyin Fishing'
Bathing a Hunting -
would be glad to put them on our "A tossed meat
give their owners names. keeper four pieces of the Confederate army, navy or civil ,
subscription. list at tbe regular Into the den of two gray wolves. One r
service of those unfit for
If people keep on setting out,-.haw- or men active ,
rates-$1 per year, 60 cents for piece landed on the roof of the shelter i a .
who aid .to the
berries as they are now doing, the A. duty, loyally gave
i r" six months. boose. an C L. people will have to put in a passed over the pieces on the ground. ,xause. Also Southern women and their
t freight house, another sidetrack and and standing OD his bind legs, tried lineal descendants, whether living, who .".\'."\_...__\__"''''''''''-THE"'' -'-'''''.''VL" ... ,..-. -I i

.tI' send in a supply of refrigerator care to and tried to get that on the roof, which can give proof of personal service and r" :'e

If the election has done no other good ship strawberries in next spring. There was just out of reach. The other hungry loyal I aid to.the Southern cause duringthe .SURPRISEDRY .1

it has been the. means of closing the is now over ten acres of strawberries wolf gave his attention to the war. I

;'ftj' mouth of that bombastic gentleman set out and more to follow. A year pieces on the ground mad disposed) of Regular meeting of the U. D. C. will; -. GOODS STORE 81

J who has lately returned from an elephant ago there was less than twenty acres of all three doing peer to the house .. be held at the council chamber next ,

' bunt in the Africanwilds.. orange trees between Loughman and I miffed for a moment and then prang Wednesday afternoon. i 0
: upon the roof. ate the fourth piece and I
... Haines City, the adjoining towns on ----- -- See our line ofPERSIAN
the sale 1 stretched out for reNew. York .
\ The amendment
'i prohibiting the north and south of Davenport. Difference In Wood SILKS WAIST PATTERNSand
: of whisky in Florida was lost but the BUlL l'
1 Now there are over two hundred acresIn Timber is classed as bard or soft I
'j'- fight for purer morals and better gov citrus fruit and at least that many A Mean TI4 k. and the main point of difference bej j the newest things in

: : eminent will go on until our state is more will be planted before spring;" Algernon Wbafs this 1 heah about tweeD the trees that produce these I j BELTS and LADIES' NECKWEAR I.
., freed from the domination of liquor I classes Is that tbe soft wooded' tree =
1\;:; 11"\.' this insures a future for Davenport.A Miss Olltcotn agweelng to mawwy :
sellers. mistake was made in the names'of you and then going back oa ber word has "needle leaves," slim narrow and \ BEANAN BUILDING MRS. E. L. PIERCE, -ProprietorINNNNNNNNNNNN.NMtNN.N
almost uniform In breadth, while the I
l'erc7-Tbac is the stwaJt of It, I'mowwy
t ladies who clear .
the are
: of residents of Osceola two Chicago hard wood trees have broad leaves of {
:/ Many the new to &&7. Algernon Beastly i .
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"r ing their own land; they are Mesdames various shapes. Again some softwood I -
county declare that they were induced twlck. deab bo,. Why don't you sue
to make the change by reading the Enholloth and Frogner.Mr. bet fob nonsupport You've got a trees carry cones, such trees being !' His 8uBt( ". money; the many conveniences affordedby

i __ '" Kissimmee Gazette, which is circulated Chancelor is building a fine clean case doncber know*-Chicago termed conifer. Resin too Is I I "Way don't you call your newspaper' a good bank for the handling of bus
!' by the County; Commissioners Editor house on hie town lot. His family will New. more characteristic of soft than of tbo Appendix?" asked the enemy of iness transactions. important feat-
it, and his von and family will hard wood. To the class of soft woodsbelong -the political boss. .
occupy under
ure present conditions as
3. Harris has a ngbt to feel proud of his
Vary T.ctl. the pines, and ftfs. and for
spruces "Any special
the the farm. reason wanting me
r' one
: occupy financial assistance consistently
Tribune. as we can
powerful "puller.-Tampa "When Clubber
get arguing he loses the most common examples of these to do sor""Well
We wan"t a, depot and a freight and be fair all -
all tact" are yellow pine, white fir, pitch pine It's a useless organ.' "-Pitts- give our depositors
t' The death of lion. F. W. Iranian, of .house. "As& for Instance r* and spruce or red flr. In the common burg Poet ; our best advice on business mat-

Florence Villa, has taken' from Florida The men of Davenport colony should "Why, last night be told an opponent er hard Woods' are oak beech mahogany ters; as well as many other helpful ser

1, 5 d one of its foremost men, and one whom I order a meeting and elect a road supervisor who Is lame that he hadn't .a leg to ash walnut, plane elm. birch and vices. '
it could ill afford to lose. He was ever a council and School directors, ebony. .
stand on, another wbo squints that -- - - -- A helpful Banking Service Right now la a good time for you to
b : in the front rank of those who are de- then we could have things done in a I| I I"ne's
be be couldn't list of
was join our rapidly IdeP<
sorry see things abe The Good Fellow- growing 1ll.l
Is what we offer Courteous treat
businesslike What you.
veloping our state and making it the manner. is every.body's did, and tors. Come in and aboiH it. >
a man wbo stammered be what 1 call a good fellow"'At I see us )
the best modem
rV business, is nobody's business, ment; methods and W'\
equal of any in America, and those who urged not to hesitate In expressing an home or at the clubr' Exj
j equipment for the safeguarding of 46-11 State Bank of Kissimmee.WANTED .
and your
khew him best loved him best, for hew doing. opinion." change. i

a man of many good qualities and )f the sawdust that ii is fast accumulating -

few,faults. at the mill, was hauled' out and

spread on the roadways, driving wouldbe '

., _.,. CAUUvtlTY. better : '
These are glorious mornings While MEN I Ito
rMi ], " Count up man's calamities: and who the people in the North are shovelingsnow
y I
1 ;JII",.' '1 would seem happy> But, in truth, in some places, we are having fine .

;wt5i t /" ..I calamity leaves fully half of your; waon weather; the children: are going .,' V ,

:;?,, M. iT' KKrH.-CKurlft: Button.r barefooted and.. wading in the lakes. :work oiii! streets
'. ; The sound of the hammer and the +

laughter .of merry; children is heard
; High and Low. I iY
c Tbe highest and lowest point in tbewuntry everywhere; now, when a few months PROSPER QOLONYGood

"r exclusive of Alaska an In ago only the jingle of a cow bell or .

6s4 ,.a the same state, California.. sna within perhaps. an ox driven by some negro ash
i'r 100 mllea of each otber.' Th.a=rt chopped his pines to let out the gum wages and 'steady time.

a Mount 'Wb1tn.qL U, 00 feet above the was to be heard. -

Ira Na ,JeTel.IJ14..oeath. valley 4,6Q feet Mr. and Mrs. Chas Parrish were
-, In Haines City Tuesday. Send for Illustrated Magazine ,
,r ,' upreine :Mr. Moody went to Haines City on
<,. } Pewers.TommyTinkle .
+ ? sent free. > .
to "Prosper Colony, TAFT FLORIDA
-Pa who are the auJ Tuesday vote .
I ycwm.power? Mr. Tinkle-Tour nootbMrsutd Wm. Allerton and J. B. Huling of ,U-2t *

I! J f ," bar mother. Kissimmee are here figuring on a con-

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If for any reason you are. not delighted HUNTER' LAND 'COMPANY For pas, 12 years our SALES of LAND '.t

with your money will be cheerfully ', have averaged over 1000 acres PER DAY, 1 hF''

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The KlsslmmeelYalleu GazetteTIUEPHQNK Rev. G. W. Muckley t>f Kansas CIty. ', Mr. C. L. Goodrich farm expert of \ .. -" .
Mo. national ,of the board of the Agricultural Department at Wash.Infrton. ROIL Of HONOR i J' '
secretary p\,"'<\ : "L ?rt iE Q '
.... extension-of the Christian church spenta D. C., was In the city a fl i : .
-: NO. 11.,; few days In the city: this week and daya this wee.* studying the soils oiiP"bome
spoke at the Christian church Wednesday this section and aiding by -his aa.t The following-list i is. the Result .of!
night Mr. Muckle ...* that our truckers and farmers to get the :
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY there is $835,000 In the fund to aid in moat for their labors in the tape of dose and Attentive Work.. .

churches fruits vegetables and field ero .. .
building T W 't
The following' pupils bay,riot ben ; isready it
. come and
w. B. HARRI ,
and elder Messrs. "& the
Dr. J. H. Rowe. evangelist Niemeye Wiley; enterprising absent or tardy for the ,month ) .
of St. Petersburg, Fla., will preach at proprietors of the City; Fruit 40/
the Christian church next: Sunday, his Store; have purchased: LaRue's restaurant ending! November 41.11.-1910, have madean For only $1 1 an acre per month we will sell you :a Florida citrus fruit

subject the morning service being next'to their place of business, ayerage of ninety'.pet Cent or 'and winter vegetable garden farm situated on the main line) of the Atlan .

Weather Report "Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth," and took charge last, Monday. In the more, in their ladies, with not lei tic Coast Line R. E., midway between KISSIMMEE and Loughman, Fla. .
C -. and evening, "Wisdom Hath Hewn Out latter place they will handle the products 'ban eighty-five In subject 41
Her Seven Pillars" All are Invited to of the City Bakery beside a full anyone : lake. tropic highlands

go and hear the Doctor on these line of high-class lunch goods and also and not less than'nllety.- v. in deportment This is-the high }land of r
? .Followin 'U'e the daily temper ;ridge west the t'allroad'and ia In the) beauti
.., turel and precipitation ureported structive topics.Supt. . In-I contemplate, many tmfrovementa in the. : ful highland lake region of semi-tropical Florida-the vel'7.heart of the
cuisine and service
W.'J.' Sears has let the Ftl'llt Onod.-A DITl. _-Jeneph Bean liar fruit growing and vegetable raising section of thesUte. A splendid crop
by the Government, These geetlemen are -making an enviable .
.,., B. Dickerson for six-room concrete 17 Outlaw, AID Lee Book Bart BaM, Rachel now on the tre .. v '
to a the
for to
reputation catering
for the .
station at Kissimmee
A lilUlps,Uarcle Wheeler Dor.thy BauerfleU
',1.. '. week ending No,, .10 1919.. residence square.on his Mrr lot,Sears next to! residence the courthouse wants:At which the public they are-achieving., and deserve thesuccess "eraaaa, Qladri Griffin, Doll Crew.. no, swamps. -no wet lands-no stagul1nt-water-: tf

will contain bath sanitary closets and B DlrlileS-Cbarfea Dean,Herac Denn, El. This is a high rolling country dotted with deep lakes of crystal' water: '
'' MAX mi*. arcs all modern eon.enlencea.nd will be I I Mr. 'L. A. Steffy the genial and ride* Harris, Ella Gardner, Tbelma Bnttna,' and drained with fast flowing water courses.. Here you can make a
** feet all.' When completed of the Tampa inch Davie Euiabeth Parker,Catherine Till*?, beautiful home. Many of our customers here
:, Friday. . ..;. 70 46 .. 44x63 over haatllnt 'repre..ntatlve are) now clearing land
. . 74 42 .. it will be an ornament to- that, part of ,Times one of the best afternoon newspapers (Omitted Ia.,month through mistake) Charles building their houae'r etc.-you will have plenty of PI neighbors In
Saturday. ; the city. In the South was in the city for DaD,Homes Dun a few months 11 be a settled country, as this ia a colony prop l1Uon. '
, . Sunday.. . . . 66 56 . ''a few days, this week, and paid the Second Grade-Lillian Harris, Tbelna Gil If you don't like the low fiat country and have been, waiting for
;, Monday .'. . . 71 47 Mr. W. B. Crawford returned to this I Valley Gazette fraternal call. Whenever bert Edith Miller Kutb Ulrtie), LlUie! Hagher, some good high, rolling: land to be placed on the market-this is your w

. . 74 48 . city yesterday morning' from'Jacksonville I Mr. Steffy comes the Subscription lloe Walden Mjrtle Barber SuCh MltthsU opportunity. Highland in Florida JtKa.rce-don't neglect' this oppor
Tuesday . ,where he bas been engaged for list, of the Times ie sure to Norma Rearee,MarT Carma Jofconon; tunity-come and .ee*it atonce. '
:," Wedn iayn. '.. 80 61 the past two months in managing the jump tip a few names, for there are Mildred Baal, UelTllle BaM, Ernett Hyde, Ref.
" Thursday '. , 81 68 ". campaign for the local option forces. few men who can withstand thatgen- Starling Lon Dann 3'., Frank Woodall, Add our terms
I' Mr. Crawford is now here to stay and lll&ertv Edward Gets, Clinton
tleman'a "hand out, especially when Key; Young You *1 av
only an acre month.110 month for
pay per a a ten-acre
will in the practice of law with Young Leroy Lealie, Elmo: Gnffln, eaalttedait
engage the dish contains such a treat as one ( $20 for tract
tract; a twenty-acre eta The price i. $25 an acre. This
Col. Vans Agnew having formed copartn..rahlp enjoys in reading that excellent paper month through mlataJr.EdUb M1ll.r.Third gives you over two years in which to complete payment.
with that gentleman some for such a small amount of,money. Grade-Julia Greh.mVanle Walden, '
''.' weeks ago. .rt&or Oardeaer Abbe 'Lee TrtraU, Luclle no taxes-no fees ;
The "King" of the Seminolesjstruck/: Downing, Kami Filler Mlnkle Gardner Cor
: THE LOCAL HELD. The W. C. T. U. ladies desire to the trail and) trecked in from the St. sells Lancaster Carrie*Ooodwla. Fannie Johnson alYou pay no taxes, no recording fees.-you pay for the land that

J thank those who so generously provided Cloud reservation on Saturday last. Lenore Van Dnsor, Wattle Wheeler Merit is

lunch on election day and those who bearing his usual! happy smile and ex- Rhodes, Graee Eleanor Graves, Ada Loalie if should die '
assisted at the booth. They are grate- tending the right hand of friendship to Simpson. Thelma Woodall Percle Outer, you
ful to Mr. Willson for the use of his one and all. There are few liked asl Fourth Grade.-A Divlaioa-Sadie Bryan Before completing payment for your land we will at once.and with-

., made businesstrip office" veranda and oth r kindnesses, well and none better than the genial laache Darli, Baby; Duke Ormoe Gilbert, out any further payment being made give a warranty deed to. the > i
a .
Mr W. G. Hankins arxfto the band who furnished music '
who Is brim full of the beauties named by -
King Norma you.
Griffin. Gaail' Lane, Brand l, Mitchell person
.. to Orlando on Monday. during the day. There will be a meeting
and grand future of St. Cloud. May Carina: Rotunda, Mary 81ngletaryr< Franeea .
Saturday at 3 p. m. at the M. E. he have in which to fill his no expense for ditching .
Concrete blocks are gaining in favor u many years Trees, Mary Tiller, Helen Reed, Irene Reed.
a building material in this city. parsonage, to which all are: invited. exalted position is. the wish of his nu.. WaltelBaaa Paul Banter Mnk Bryan. Ned The land it high and naturally drained-put your money into other 1

For valuable assistance rendered the meroua Kissimmee friends. 'Long live Bullock, Charley Hudson Boj-Snyder EdgarBrytn. Improvements.. The land it very clear and open so that clearing is an
Attorney H. D. Geiger spent las prohibition cause on election day by the King. easy matter-there is very' little heavy timber-AND PRACTICALLYNO

Sunday with hie mother at Apopka. furnishing the pen drawings displayed The Southern Colonization Company Fifth Grade-Margaret. Btanf)nt, Elsie Diets. PALMETTO. '

Statewide prohibition has merely been: in front of the polls, those in charge of has just had constructed at J. C. Grif- Mary Hyde Benla McKeule, Dora Baae. Lena free railroad transportationWe
Harrls, Muriel Prentit, Nona Drlvcen, Bradley
the local:; have
campaign requested us
No fight was ever in's shops s mammoth rake to
poetponed. good to publicly extend their thanks to Mrs used wagon connection) with their gaso- Harrii Everett. Cornell, Carlisle Broneon. R. '. will pay your fare round trip from Kisslmmee and give 'you a
lost F. W. Webking and Miss Pryor. They lene> traction engine for removing pal- C. Bryan, Murray <>Ten_" Charge Regero, delightful surrey ride to the lakes through a beautiful country. Writeus

Mrs. J. E. Moseley and Miss Emmie also left a small token foreachof these ,netto roots from the new roadway now Richard Bullock, Tloe MoCillUter. a card stating what day you would like to make the trip and our Sales e
Moseley otCotha are spending a week ladies wittkthe editor of this paper Ming: built from Whittier to Basinger. Sixth, Grade-Lola Johnson, Kettle Newton, Manager Mr, Stryker will meet you either at Loughman or Klaeimm...
with relatives in the city. which they can secure by calling at the The teeth of the rake are made of rail- Blanche Coin, Grace Walden,Lorena Ferro, a..

Miss Fannie Collins of Wauchula i 1.1 Valley Gazette office. "* railroad iron and are substantially far Roscoe Eddie Campbell.Damn Charlie Je' ap, Howard Hlrttel & Land -r
wooden beam withan Florida Fruit Truck Co. '
tened into a heavy
T. Dry Goode Store is the Laora Thomas .
visiting her aunt Mrs. J, Mitchell The Surprise arrangement for dumping to prevent Seventh Grade-Dollie Allord.
at the Methodist parsonage. latest addition to Kissimmee' mercantile logging the machine. The engine and Maurine Dana Mattle Bell Rants, :Marie '
enterprises. It is located in the Boyd,Ihelma Dann. .
Mr. J. B. Massey one of the most new Beaman building and I.owned and rake were shipped south by boat yes Eighth. Grade-Neleon Rnswll14sa; Lancer Kissimmee or Loughman. Fla. ,

, genial drummers traveling out of Jack managed by Mrs.. E. L. Pearce: who terday. ter Ella Mae Gilbert Orville waxlea Marie t

sonville was in town Wednesday.: invites the patronage of the public Rev. S. J. Vance of Carthage; Mo., Duke {" 4
through this issue of the Gazette. Mrs. few days in this city Ninth. Grade-Edward Newtoa. {
who a
spending '
Mr. S. R. Fields, president of the is A. A. Loll, M. Warren Yulee Rauler- '
rearce: will cater especially to the called at the Gazette office on Wednesday Tenth Grade-Jean Tbomaa Alma Grlfflu.Eleventh Jurors For Grcuit Court.The .
Florida Fruit Land Co.. with headquarters here. wants of ladies and children.Mr. just after a visit to the old soldier Grade-Inei Carton. son, Charley Donegan H. H. Fettle '

in Chicago! spent Tuesday colony at St. Cloud. Mr. Vance stated Twelfth Berry.. Iris Oliver following is the list of jurors Julius Hyde. H. .R, Dale E. R. War-
of Latonia. Ky..
alias Grace Townsend state secretary Lee of the Hanks Southern Weighing and that being from Missouri, while at St. drawn to serve at the Fall term of Circuit rfefc, J. M. Hansell), Kenneth Butler_

of the Christian Endeavor, was manager Inspection Bureau with headquarters Cloud he was "shown" a single hill of His Reveng Court convenes November 22nd: C. A. Carson D. Y. Johnson' M. N. .
of Miss Emma Yowell a few sweet potatoes, which in the aggregateweighed : He-And is final
the guest at Atlanta, paid a flying visit to Kis 87 pounds There were seven I so ;yourIIUIwer R. L. Starlin J. L. Beaman J: F. Overstreet, Peter McCutcheon.: E. R. ) -:"
days this week. Ton will not be mine?
to verify reports -
last .
simmee. Saturday of the tubers all nice and smooth I Underhill R. E. Thomas, R. E. Graham Bronson A.. C. Chapman N..B. Carl ,
Rev. David D. Kidd w hold service of the marked improvement 1. S, 4 6. 6. 7 andIl I Bbe Neverl But pray; don't go and : .foe
Judge Dudley Glenn who came here a weighing respectively blow brains out. J. J. Lamb L. M. Whidden son, P. G. Cromartie G. H. Prather.
church Sunday ,
in the Episcopal on pounds,.which were grown on raw
next. Morning prayers sermon and month ago, an invalid. Mr. Hanks re- pine land that bad been in cultivation He-It would be an idle attempt Will Knight, J. K. Hiliard H. S. Todd E. L. Xverstreet S. B. Story.

Holy communion at 11 clock., turned north early Sunday morning. for only one year. Mr. Vance says this People say; 'if I bad any brains I never II. T. Stanford C. G.. Tine, J. B. I

has for i. the most remarkable yield of potatoes should have proposed to :you. Steffee James Peterson G. A. Gilbert Old papers for sale at this office.
Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Canova, after a Captain Trench \Who years be has ever.een anywhere, though he
pleasan "week's visit with relatives and been a resident of Fe...'. Point near tas been informed that it ill not unusual ,
friends at Green Cove Springs returned Narcoossee, but who has been confinedin In Florida. t
to the city on Monday the Church and Home Hospital at .
Orlando for some weeks, has so far recovered Mr. J. D. Jordon, general agent of r
Mr. R. G. Johnston came home from his health at to be able to re- the Peninsular Casualty Co. of Jackson
'faines where he is studying law turn here in a few days, when he will ville Fla., is in the city for a few days I
''at the Worlds State University to cast make his home on Paradise Island with in the interest of this home company. :

his vote in Tuesday's election. Post.mastt'1Frank Vans Agnew. United States Senator Duncan U.

who has been Two of the Pioneer Plumbing Shop'smen Fletcher is president the most or prominent the company business .. ;
; Mrs. A. R Drought, and some of 1
the guest of friends in Orlando for the were overcome of by the gasoline Standard gas men of the -state compose its Evidences ofFROST

past two weeks, returned to her homeon while working one Monday board of directors. The company has .
Ingram's Island last Tuesday. Oil Company s on the one hundred thousand dollars deposited .-
hauled to surface -
ing. After being with the state treasurer for the protection .
dose of -
number our citizens expectto and inhaling strong oxy of its policy holders. They write ' ''
Quite a and : ;; :
go to Orlando on Sunday November gen they soon got over their scare, purely health and accident insurance.Mr. . j
+ 20th to present at the dedication of expressed themselves as willing;, to W. H. Norton cashier of the Citizens ':t
the city cemetery tackle another hard job. Bank has been apoointed local collector -
the G. A. R. monument in PROTECTION: ; 'j
'Mr. Carrlngton( Bam of Jackson and treasurer. The company is
,41 I vllle president of the company that is eleven years old and has merited thecolfidence '
;:i Miss Mabel Parker went to Orlando handling the property of Kisslmnnee of .the people ot Florida by '
', on Wednesday to be present at the Park which ia located on the eastern prompt settlement of claims. Thepany _- 1 ,
wedding of Miss Ethel Smith to Mr. shore of the lake about seven miles issued more health and accident .,/I '

Joe Bumby. returning on Tuesday from Kissimmee was in the city this policies last business any other com ,. ,
--at-- I
evening. week looking after the affairs of his further in Florida. For ( '
and rates Mr.
and expressed himself as inforrnation see
Miss Evah McCallister our compe- company highly pleased with the manner in Jordon at Gray: stone Hotel. 46-1 t-pd ; '
tent central lady who has been confinedto and ten acre tracts In the .
which five ,
for November 10, 1910.
of sickness
her home on account
the put ten day. will soon be able to park are being taken up by actual Voucher No. 1:
.resume her duties again. settlers. This is to certify.that I have thor KISSIMMEE PAREWild "

M. Simons of IMontlviaeo, oughly inspected: the hot and cold wat-
Mr. J, ,
has returned to the Installed in the additionto
Mr. C. Calyer Minn., arrived in the city last week er system new
city absence of four months, resumed his dutiee with the the Gra atone Hotel tin Broadway --
and at once
I which he spent visiting relatives and Colonization Co., with whom this city r>y The Pioneer Plumbing /
.... and other Southern "
old friends Ohio Oklahoma. be was associated last winter in this H. Edmond Swabey proprietor .. '
; western! States. this and found them sanitary, and up to the ", .'
,J< city. Mr: Simons will be engaged the requirements of the City Ordinance. .. .: ,,'!'t)
company'a -
roads through
sheriff winter building _
) Mr. John F. Gordon deputy satisfactory
of The work being perfectly .
in the lower part
'..r of Orange county and one of the best property to me and reflecting great credit)upon / t ,
} : known and most popular men in this this county. the Pioneer Plumbing Shop. .-,

section of Florida died suddenly in prlando -. I Conductor J. T. Turner's many Supt. Water and Elc. Plant and Inspector Guavas \ ..!. .. \

t'a .last Saturday.Mr. friends In this city were pleased to see of Plumbing. . :r...w I .
..j Geo. E. ,. (
this week 46-11 Porter ;
Will Irvin advance agent for the him on our streets "" -
q a The genial Captain has been quite seriously \
; Mabel Paige Opera Company spent
'A f' few days here this week making arrangement ill in Atlanta for the past several .- Notice. t ,
for the coming of this months. but la mow rapidly recovering. Limes All in Fruit :.1

..i. excellent troupe which will appear at and will soon be restored to bill Public: notice Is hereby given, that I 1
will return to -
the Electric Theater next Tuesday and normal health. He at'' have sold my road contract, beginningat C
:r':1: Wednesday. lanta the hospital for another after month's which he expects to Whittier and ending at Basinger, to .d

S Mt. J. S. Cottons-connected with the resume his run on the Florida Midland.. J. S. Stratton, who assumes liability .
United Stater Department of Agriculture in connection therewith. '
J. and family left Lemons ..
L. E. Lindsey
at Washington D. C., was in thej Mr. L. E. Lindsey.
"I for their old home at 46-H-pd
city this week collecting statistics regarding Wednesday night ___ -
Statesboro Ga., to again take up their! .
the sheep industry in sec- I
residence at that place. Before le.vI ELECTRIC THEATER ii
tion. leg Mr. Lindsey called and renewed hie ,) ..

j .eaera. Chester and Horton --Tread subscription to the Gazette, stating:
way from the mountains of the BlueGrass that he wanted to keep up with the :' r r
slate, were visitors to our town progress of Kissimmee as It "was entirely MABEL.PAIGE' .. -I ,

. this week, and during their stay paid within the bounds of possibility tiY
.r their the family of Judge that this city might be his home again .L i, -
f Glenn olfriends of former days. some day. Kissimmee regrets to !Jose First Aw..ara_. *. .. ''

these good people. Supported\ ty Mr. Edward Lswresce Double Daily Boat Schedule from Kissimmee r. ,
'.' Mr. N. W. Folsom', of St. Cloud is ail a Specially selected compasy .. ,
f in the city today and paid this office an Mrs. Henry T.;JJam;; is in receipt of x
l appreciated caff. Mr. Folsom expressed the sad news of the death of her f

his gratification at the wonderful nephew Clinton Paul Bas, which oc- Two Nights Only- .t,
development going x>n in this co> pty a curred at the home of his parents in I. <<
large portion- which he was kind Glenwood Springs Colo., on October -Two New Plays .
enough to attribute to the influence of 28th. The father of deceased Clinton 11'-0-
1 ,the Valley Gazette. Bass was a native of this section, and I

lived here all his life until two yens the Furiousl/YuMr I/ Musical 1 Farce --- -- ..,. --, ...
Mr. G. R. Fielder, of Chicago spent ago, when he moved 16 Colorado:--Mr.- -
f a few days )in this section this week and Mrs. Bass have a host of relativesand "A BACHELOR'S' HONEYMOON" \" .'
apd during his stay indulged in the friends in this town and county
sport of alligator hunting killing two who sympathize with them in the loss I Nora 16
T Wednesday Night
his share of the hunt, which took of their son. Kissimmee Valley Land Company
.f. i ce on the Kipsimmee river In the I J
.. WN portion of the county. Mr. Lee Hanks of Cincinnatti Ohio Tke Thrilling Political Comedy Drama ,
was in the city -on Saturday last a .
,; Mess J. ft. McCown and Ross Ham- guest of the Grays tone. Mr. Hanks is -"THE GAME---
of BattleCreek Mich., arrived in an old friend of the family of Judge I
the city a feW days ago on a prospecting Glenn who lately moved' here from : "

trip and are so well pleased with Covington./ Ky., and came here for the I on Thursday Nlghtrflov, J. E. MATTOCKS Mgr. Klssrttnttiee
Kisslmmee that they have decided to purpose of seeing how the Jude and Fla.t '
\ locate here and open up a first-class his family were progressing the REV MUSIC MD tfECIUTia M. IflTI lUTS ,
restaurant provided they can secure a influence of our balmy and healthfulair. : SUrD MEHEIT, ao aBjutm gran: M t JlM
t suitable location. These gentlemen He was much impressed with our '.
1. have been reading the Valley Gazette town, and it is probable that soon he> Popular Prices: 35, 50 .aid 75 Cuts If

*... the past few months and were Induced will be numbered among our permanent 1 Seats on $ala at Roberaon's Drug Store ,. 'M"" ..,.. ...,. h .. ... .... .....,. .
.. to come to this city through its columns. residents.
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.. .Detitfn: 90S, by Glenn L. Saxton, Architect.: e'F -', Are Too Aimbi-' Ideal Fertilizers J.
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tiousf* Therefore 'Fall Application f

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Careless.. JfcT Jff'By If have' not receive our&oklet entitled Fall Fertilizing r
for Vigo .tid. V1t."ty-aend for It today. It presents to you
v the true con ion of'the citrus tree,at t.hia.season'and' tells bow
HERMAN A.:METZ, Former Comptroller of Newyork City., to lay the roj\ ion forr a healthy grove and Ii heavy crop, I
+++**++++:+HIS COUNTRY HAS TOO MANY ROTUND CLERKS ALL 'ou.may not like fli'ltro buyU will "enjoy dolalt this" "',
F ." .}..:. I
'example' .

: C:: llzerQ ideal !. SUCCCSII.; ; .

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41 +++++++++ : \Vo can learn fjxmi; Gerinnny.; There "one great j I cI 1

>st'rx chemical industry 11llplo.l scopes of research chemists to STUDY j Wilson t1c Toontcr Fer ze'r Co.,'
t Jack lile Fla '
RANK AND. KIJ K; Ttfese men arc given time to work. Hero we ,, oln
i ? i 1t.+wr+Pr
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1 w chemist DISCOVER ,
ti At tsrtad4bsAeaok"Mrr i expect the newly employed to SOMETHING:

_ f Vt'd:4dtr _$ ykah bffn i RIGHT AWA r OR LOSE HIS JOlt I .0',. . e

PERSPECTIVE VIEW'-'RO A 1'1l0'l'O{ JtA.PI1.For !. Our nat'al spirit brooks little interference in business. We __ a
1t r A I would rpgdnt the laws of Germany to educate and protect Jier work- t tBoy's

7 a \popular bungalow plan thin ingrpen. There a government doctor examines workers in trades dan-
f Ia <0L The floor lanai
to plan
one bard ext Pants.N
roIlS to health twice a day. There you see NO EXPOSED CIA
carefully laid out and every Inch oIS
I BCD ROOM, CIINERY.<: Here dangerous machine parts are often open and the _
; II'O'J- space Is utilized to Its best advaThere ge.KITGKCN .
are five rooms and/* bath workingman has to be cajoled into taking. the simplest' precautions -to- Warranted not to rip.
f t I I-r n t 1 save his own health. Another if do.
.A:.;..u \ There la a splendid ve Ulriil I. arrange pair they ,
: 'BATH ment which does oo xfecesaltato! enterIng We must look to the SCHOOLS to belp raise standards of taste.

rf We must look to them to help our bommercial spirit into one Also received
,, L-J: directly.Into/tha living room. The change just 0 new assortmentMEN'S
coat closet Is alongside! the entrance which VALUES MORE IDEALISM AND INDIVIDUALISM. '
DINING ROOM f3CD RODM Size 24 b138 feet There'Is a base ,
I-1i XII-ii I'-OX
II"mriier the rear portion and.the 'My Idea of the Best Way .' TROUSERS
40 'IAInt story,I* nine feet high Finish In

./ ,/ first story of Washington Dr. with To Be Helpful to Mankind. Everything ilt Melt's and
w birch floors Cost to build exclusive I
E, By Mr. RUSSELL SAGE. Boy's wearing opporel. I
d of beating and plumbing. fl,750 .
.- 1-t> X&So ,
H./' By special arrangement with me the SICKNESS ARE THE CONDITIONS I WOULD ALLEVIATE.

.I, /' editor of tliU paper will furnish one. all have our ideas 'about helping people. Mr. C r-. C. W. ANN i
l complete set of nlnns apeclflcatlons negie has his particular way, and I bear that D. K. Pearson!, I
No. O03 for $14 "
I who, at the age of ninety recently announced his intention of giving THE STORE OF DUALITY '
4 FLOOR PLAN I \ away his last million, received five hundred letters a day telling Inn __ -- ,- - Y

how to do it, but I believe that LIFTING IS BETTER THAN ; .
( '

.. ", + . Christ fed the multitude, you know, he did not give any AI
TA ; t lecture or precede it with any homiletics. He JUST FED THE N. F BASS"o

HUNGRY you remember. I think that is very significant, and I .


of tuberculosis when you can-t>ut of all dead conditions into live

Tin Ml us, Brazing, Pipe Cutting, Threading, ones.. Does General donlracting and Building and Furnishes Estimales.on -
Steam Work I find deal of At the time it is like- tie Structures of an size or Dimensions whether
Pipe Fitting, Pump a great gratitude. same c1Ii.
....:..;;: It-b'8 a T..G-Room. Cottage or a Tourist Hotd! ""
a and General Jobbing Saviour healing the ten lepers. ONE CAME BACK TO THANK -- \

Good assortment ofBATH TUBS, LAVATORIES, CLOSETS, SINKS, ETC. always in stock HIM. Human nature is much the same today. Some tell of their Makes in a which Specialty he has of met boring with ARTESIANJWELLS the greatest
gratitude. Some don't. I Lave never been able to analyze why some of success
'i ; -- any man in FloridaGive
4I. are seemingly ungrateful.Americans.
I. 4/4/i144t4te/ i..........................................a him work and it
g i will be well and quickly' done; Kissimmee, Fl a.
j. Full\ line .School Supplies) especially i Are, "Swell -

designed! for O.sceola High School .' : 'Headed' but Rest 'of Y d .

i''t I .49 ta ii LPI1iCES'NP Ii,, .. LOW 'tiiid. '. :( UALIT'i" GOOD J i I" .,' ..: '.' :World''' Needs Them.By -++++++++++++H.+t++l+e+++F+++1-+++f+++++1+4k++- +-...II--ii--I-I++- :,',

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% 'is terribly what you call "swell headed," but the t

; i Kissimmee Drug Co. f HMERICA not go on without it. ++ First Door North of Postoffice Li ;

you aN ALL ABOUT THIRTEEN' YEARS eaaa.........

( .... ........... ... ..................!...... ..... .i OLD. You all take life with the deadly seriousness which! There, you win _find SHOES, HATS,

_ young people of that age invariably assume. ?
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Your women are much more clever) than the men. Your women o DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all ofJlbest s '

have read and studied. ,They know beautiful, things when they see quality and lowest prices.
r, } ., them. They Understand good paintings and good music. Your :MEN

ARE IMPOSSIBLE-simply impossible to talk tcr. I suppose-the Call I Before Buying Elsewhere'I '
Our NEW STOCK ot !
\ reason is that they are SO BUSY MAKING MONEY.YOU .

.. '. LIKE THE JAPANESE, ABE TERRIBLY, TERRIBLY, : -!, 4+++++ti++t+++++++#+}+r++II+ t+++++Mk. .. . ..If ....

Pall and Winter Goods '

i l' -\. are- now nrrlvlngjdailylCALU : / -= OCEAN America EUROPE is young WOULD, and PERISH it has the OF FAULTS STARVATION.AND THE VIRTUES The Waters & Carson. s'' .

OF ITS YOUTH. It goes in for fine new mo'vements, lit .

I \ civio improvement and woman suffrage and easy divorce. Those are Grocery Company

AND SEE THEM ::J all good things that we are too old and stupid to perceive in my coun .

try. You THINK: YOU. ARE PERFECT. That is the main trou \I. "

ear '7f ble. But'in spite of that you are IMPROVING ALL THE TIME -Wholesale and Retail Dealers in- k
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.\ B* tb. Rrr NEHEMIAH. BOYNTON of .......1....

S I WORLD without humor would be a fleeting show for IDUJ,'. SELL WE BUY. -
/ : ...
H delusion given. HAY '

sat 8&a..r4 on WOOL
::JS.C..A. CE3:1: EROS::

if; Zfgt. Humor makes motioN, introduces bills addresses assemblies and ORANGE BOXES
JLlvry'Feed and Sale Stable ALL lVEOETABLECRATES
brings important business before the house. It is COSMOPOLITANAND ORANGE WRAPS
;'i International Harvesting Co.] A HOME MISSIONARY. When a heart is heavy. a Saratoga COUNTRY

\ .. trunk the first SMILE is the of the relief At
.. presence corps. CRATE NAILS
J..A..1- 1:: CZN3a9, Sr4vI3 AVr.i ci ; PRODUCE w
..... the first suggestion of suffering humor is INSTANTLY TRANS \ .

K 4 'Everything! new and first; class. We render prompt;)*nd FORMED INTO SYMPATHY and, with red cross on its arm,

f I- satisfactory service. d yjor:' night .. --j J rushes to the rescue. We cell field and !garden seeds of all, kinds. rs
...., ',;atiNs If'-ALP BLOCK PROM PASaENQERlDEPO-- We give special attention to fitting! out; hunting and!camping
ti l .. Humor may be enslaved and degraded, but it only shares the fate parties. >

1'), 1JJ 81"lUee'Fla. t. Phoue1113. Z J of any high spirit which can be confiscated and made to serve the Free delivery city limits. Phone No. 12. .
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J. ) w. agents for good fertilizers. wand
-. :' .' I Lowest enda. NEWSPAPERS .ARE%THE: \FLRST ALP TO THE are county ; Ask usI) forjclrdular:
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,.; -.T- prices on fertilizers.; 4
"... r.t J' ., ,)INJURED BY BEpfG THE .PURVEYORS OF HUMOR, bat .
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r4 "l"e. t. v(I,' yr= G impure humor ha/ao-standing: among American/newspapers. )t 1
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HYSICIAN ANDV SURGEON DENTIST. PmN.ACOLACANDIDATE Many. Mkbrlal.. and Pre\tlll-\ WhUhRcqulrs BaTjgalnFire: 'FOR ,'sue,.clIEkP?. Fay\ i ')/
rip .t., .Q'tC..t. Build IbR. Mol.tare Air.. a ;; >> t <.7 ''' "," .'(p, ,-, \ r{+ ,,,,''''..41ia\'%-'''' ,1)
Office OeceolA.Pb&r : fOR \ 'trot "
,, over y :; ItOZI44a n, flthlbatit'oSaehe.a
12 'there 'all"skint Estate
fif t 9 A. m. t.o m. many ''in, "oV I
T>n AM**'.I nelldeDce 43UAfoe 0777cr) Ho..a i f 1:3: ( to 6:30p.: m United States Senator prodacu which mat1ttala.op.rattoesand apeciaatmospheric and Life Insurance"Real' : boas*,, eontalnln; one'totttlge"' C ' spas .., h.
r 148 Telephone No. 78 Jua 5, lyr. : conditions for sdranta and rooms and one cottage S roomer; also J

., ; ... "- goons or profltable n>alnten ncs. Prin 'Anno r's Fertilizers. Renting ,orange grove,397 old tre*., 17 acres ,r
deal arnoog such /lopemUon .la tile an<
Dr.. F. G.... Thomason J.M'. WILSON, JR., maDDfactnre, of textUeo. perhaps'the Specialty.. Taxes paid' for Apply HARRY W. THITRMAN. "

t largest .tnghtraduatry carried on In "NOneresidents.A. The Graystone Hotel
2-t factories. In the favored climate of C

Office Phone 74 ,Residence 126 ]1 STATE AT LARGE.. ) t the Lancashire district of England!: the O. MEEK ,

-' Real Estate Agent ? natural climate affords working conditions H., D. GEIGER ,.'
equaled la America only on occasional
.r A. VANS AGNEW. KISSIMMEE. '- FLORIDA days la certain localities. .. Kissimmee. FJo.o 'ttoru Y-.oi-Law '
I Oven In England, however there are

I AVrORNEY AT LAW....... \ I many days In which the atmosphere Is ,. 9tat6 Basic, Bldg. -'; '?:;
I I. W. S.. HARWELL too dry for the beet work: Kissimmee
I AND NOAARY PUBLIC, ,"t l Since textile flber are Increased In GUY PLATT JOHNSONIL Florida9"r

KISS1MMKK.H./: ; REAL ESTATE, strength and elasticity by .hlgb-.b mld.Ity .
I MSM keg' LikeiMi, F* *** *** *" aAalYr6crAraBcA4
and moderately high temperature, alii aCM. |
t Notary Public at Large breakages" 1 less frequent under : s
i ..' "''DENTAL PARLORS Office over ,llobersoo's' Pharmacy proper conditions, and the output is Increased. CS| ARCI1ITfCr'DesiglS ft
KISS11WMEE. FLA. But even before ttif aber
r Real Estate
atmospheric -
reaches toe manufacturing plant ,
c humidity plays an Important for All Classes oi Bolldligs NN.NNNNNIRealty

E) FFIO HOURS )I $ TO 6 ..wi. Hotel For Rent part[ Cotton loses weight as it dries .
out, but more than that the fibers RESIDENCE Walt I s/clm/ bought and sold.
1 New.concrete. stone hotel, twenty- rUtle and appear shorter and of lower, Houses rented. -, 4
k I five rooms, one-half bWk) from depot; grade thajt when slightly m i tene4. j Taxes paid anfl Titles verIfied -
: "V\rJN .
wz+ furnished throughou ready for occupancy 'Leather feathers and many; other"porous VT-Smpdlmo for non-residents.! ..
r' PHYSICIAN A1,U SURGEON, November / 5th. Expenenced substances lose a considerable 'percentage Fire, Life and Accident
rrmattca PBOMB 83.fmottm KlMUfMICE.FLORIDA.: . I I hotel man pre ned. Apply to R. B. The man who is running on his OWl merits of weight In drying; that .......' 4 aurance. '
t7. I Savage, ownefj Kissimmee, ftla. 43-tf the maintenance of average aid uniform Indemnity Bonds. 1:1: c')
and against Ring and Factional Politics. humidity: In the storage rooms : THE TWICE-WEEK i LI. :
the .wW pr ,
Las a direct advantage to ownerIn 'Yr vrNF4I
The who running against the Perpetuation .
maintaining the value of his goods : TIMES UNION

MONEY tANEE) > of aited. States 'Senatorships in .. they lie In the warehouse. Cigars : .
/ and tobacco lose flavor In dry air and HAVE .
Jacksonville. = The Tln>:*-Unlon will send FQR SALE
regain. It to some extent after loss you <(by< mail) the Tuesday ad No. 1 Ocala Lime. ,
ON RML ESTATELONG .- 117 storage ID proper humidified rooms. Thursday: issues of the daily I
Florida Maps. Wooden furniture and musical Instruments containing all regular feature, I No. 1 King Winaer Cement Plaster \ t
are sometimes cracked or the S very latest marker reports and No. 1 Fire Brick
of 25 cents at the Valley devoted to
Upon receipt air'of steam | specie departments
Ankh Injured by;
;PIME EASY PAYMENTS\ Gazette office a pocket map of Florida heated rooms. All these and otherlI1m1Iaa" agriculture, horticulture. - e Carload Cypress Lath on the'road ,
will be mailed to any address in the goods ,are advantageouslyworked i, try, etc.ONK No. J. Cement t .
v -: For liforraitlon Write :-
I United State We cal also furnish : or stored In rooms In which the TBAIl. ONE OL1AU: : For sale at reasonable pricesKlssimmeeCranitoldWorks'

JJE JACKSON LOAN TRUST COAIP'Y mar of Osceola county at (1 each, and atmospheric humidity: is artificially; ..C>....IIt........ a ... 2..
be glad estimate on sectional maps controlled and kept at the most desire. I
z' of Jackson, Mississippi\ of any kind.- -- ble point.-Engineering. B. DlCKExaon.Owner and Mgr.Works '

rl v Old paoers for sale at this office. A Knock For Mother. Osceola County on Broadway and ,
Daughter-But I don't Intend to mar Midland Railroad.BARBER .
{ ry yet; I want to study.; Mother- ..
-- -- - --- Absurd Abstract t -
T - : The men will only; think less CompanyG. -
of yon in the end If you know much.
Daughter-Ob, now mamma! You
.rb always; expect other men to be like I
Y. >apal-Boston Transcript. P. GARRETT, Manager. eBF118thP118'1

y'' '.; I -- .___.. !' f .
Large desk blotters lor.: sale at this
office for 10 centa. Real estate -
4 ___ __- _u Titles examined and reported on SHOP
t Taxes paid for non-residepts
k s 'Never Fail Instruments relating to real estate
p. They t carefully drawDCorrespondence' Cold Drinks I Clears '

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Solicited.S.Ii.BUfOCK. .
e r irAwn r ,. i That is What They Say About Kissunmec Fla
Then In Kissimmee and It Is
Therefore, Reliable.
r.t Another! proof, more evidence, Kis-
a H. JENKINSSurveying :
simmee testimony to swell the long list .

of local' people who endorse the, ,old t

Kuaker remedy, Doan's Kidnoy Pills. REAL ESTATE

Td Read :this convincing endorsement of ..%.........%..%%.,..., endDrafting

"..tht. .. that remarkable preparation: INSUR.ANCEfxamination ..
+ Mrs. M. L. Outlaw, box 96, Ki sim- -, '

mee, Fla., says: "I was greatly bene- .
fitted by Doan's: Kidney Pills-and out "of Titles a
7 I
of gratitude I recommended them to _. !
anyone suffering from kidney trouble.I Specialty. OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL .,'/.
.... was a victim of: this complaint for ..

some time, the principal symptom being Correspondence Solicited: 'KiSSIMMEE.riORIDAREAlfSTATCfORSAlE.. P1A "

pains in my hack and through'my ;
"' kidneys. I could not rest, well and in '
I [
the morning my hack was so.lame thatI
could hardly commence the day's Beautiful winter home site situated

work. The kidney secretions were un- FENOLEINSECT Jn the Lake Region oj Florida.

natural, 'giving conclusive proof that Trucking and Farming Lands 1 Inlarg! I '
my kidneys were disordered. I took or small tract.
F t d 1f
ty several remedies, but they failed to citY
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t of Doan's
help me.Reading Kidney DESTROYER AND

I IAil. Pills, I decided to try them and pro- Lilt your property with me for quick a ,
1 cured a box from the Kissimmee Drug. DISINFECTANTA ajes. S --

Co They soon freed me from pain, -

strengthened my kidneys and regulatedthe -- H. M. Breaker& Co.Box' '
passages of the kidney secretions." -

For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Dlstlactlvely Meritorious Preparative 175 KISSiMMEE, FLA..
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,sole I (,
.Q agents for the United States. PrAcveststlve of Coslaftoiil Diseases

tII take Remember no others.the name--Doan's-and W. O. BASSWholesaleland .;

= -- -- INSTANT DEATH'TOM \ Retail'. -

I Notice of Attachment .
o lift, Flttl. Rucktt Mtsajttati. Fief; it t'L ,.
In Circuit Court. 7tb Judicial Circuit of Flori- -
da, ID and for Oueola County Mary Vanniar Dmr.,. Cant art Sttrltzu ttt EKI If L sb Beef Pork garsMutton
-J-, and honband r*.Robert B. Wallace.To Malts; Fsri Otws art NrlfH sjr Its .... ,
I Robert B. Wallace, defendant, and all
t other penona Interested in the above entitled ,
Two Year Old Budded Grapefruit Tree.
oaoM or any of Uielajida beroinAfterdeacribed:
Yon will take notice that on the, 2&u day of OSCEOLA PHARMACY -
4 October, 1910,salt was inetitnted against. yoq, '
Robert B.Wallace, in the Circuit! Court of tbe PHONE 44.
ki o 7th Judicial Circuit of Fiends ID and for C..... DISTRIBUTOR*
x ... The above picture represents one of several two year old grape fruit trees on the O'Berry I ole county, in attachment by alary Vannier q.X

farm at Edgewater, and shows what the richfertile soil' will do when judiciously handled.? and her huibmnd. Henry Veanlcr. ; and that
of dated ,
writ attachment October V 1910 wailaaaed .
The JEdgewater Farm comprises nearly 1000 acres of land, with beautiful beach. More by the Clerk of the Circuit Court" under C. W. Griffin .

t ik' than 100 acres of crops growing at the present time. Two sets of buildings, two fine groves the eeal of said Court on said,October 25th 1810.
and under and by virtue of eald writ of attachment '
with tangerines, grapefruit and oranges; about. ZO acres now in bearing and many young I have levied upon the following- TAILORING
cribed lota, tract or parcel: of land situate, F'AMILYGroceries V
.trees just coining into bearing. This splendid land is so suitably situated that it is first-class lying aDd being in the County of Orange aDd ,

citrus fruit land and at rhe same time splendid flowing wells can b'e had, making jt one of the Slate of Florida,towltAn : Is U art few achieve tat ?
1 greatest combinations to be found l irk the country. Prosperity follows the flow. And there undivided one half IDwreol in aoath belt : -AND-' -
of section twentr-erveo (27), south half of section -
are.on this place several acres irrigated by the Sanford underground system, ready tiled fine twentj-elfht.. ((28)). aoutbeaet quarter of ANDERSON & BYNUM FRESH MEATS ''

vl flowing' wells, and in splendid condition for business. On another part of the farm there is a louth section half twenty-nine ofaectlon, (2V( thirty-three), Dortb....(1:13IM quarter: > and DARLINGTON AVB. .

fine! Skinner system of irrigation, and this farm is aU ready prepared for a greatTmoney maker Ihlrtjrfour (1114! and northwest quarter of .ec- Excel All Others II Kissinnnet
Lion thirty-five (35)) all In township twtnty.flTe(2A Delivery Every Day at Any Hour ..
can ; ;
without any extra outlay. But for best of reason this splendid property Jje purchased. south of f
) thirty
(( range one (81)) eaiit. AlaodotfcoBESTCleaning
i Full partictlars to interested parties..:> You are therefore required to api>wr to the Patronage Solicited

We also have other orange groves, truck farms and stock ranches, and are prepared to aid the aame action being on tbe the rule 2nd day dar of lu January January, 191 ttftl],, Dyeing, Repairing North Klssimmee Phone No S ., .

Wit any reasonable mind of man who desires to come to a congenial healthful climate, where aDd that in default thrreofludgmest will beentered ,

both summer and winter seasons are delightful, and where both safe and profitable investments 1 agalnut yoa. ,
Witueu, my hand and coal thia t7tb day of .
can be secured. October A. D. 1610. J.. W. THOMPSON ;G.

t Write us fully and give us"'an" idea- of what you want, so we mav know what to describeto Bnerifl of C. Oaoeola J'. PKEVATT County.; u_ Sprlgg Fleming .

you BEOua: PALMER.Attorn.yi : ,
\. for Plaintlffa. t4-It. FUNERAL DIRECTOR CLEANING .... ,

sand PRESSING -. .

NELSON REALTY. COMPANY Notice is Notice hereby given to Creditors to creditor, heirs anddiatrlbntae LICENSEDEMBALMEROpposite DYEING cud #\: ,'-J.b;',

1 *of of Temple X Minx.deoeaaed. REPAI NG ') ,
that J .been appointed dmlaia-
j. ,. RASH FLORIDA trator of the abore named ....,.. sod that all ; ) -.'
I.MMEE, penon having claim against th. .....) mad( Courthouse Leln. word as -7 bou.e and olotbei & fi
... present them duly authenticated: for aattlacnea will be oaHled lor and returned._ '_ ,
within the time pnaorioed by,law.Ki .
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April> 2Z,InO, Adminktrator of said...... KIISIMMYD . FLORIDA..Stisfactlou Guarantec4, ;; ., '

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j,!" 'A" Qassrtkd.Advertisement MvQxtisuiwnt, GET-H. N. BRA.TTON to drive your .. .
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: : .j. : "I .CARPENTER Good work. JOBING See James and, Church repairing.St.; & ; :

-: I are' Inserted per line undet each this insertion.head at 'the rate'of 5 Cents near, Main St. -_ '45-tf. I For F the next 30 days ,we .w'iIIseII "Vti .

4 (1 LOOKOUT .
( : for the New. Home Bakery

and Confectloneryr'cookmg like ,
.. ; your
j FOll SALE FO1.1tENT: I, mother's. Opens about Nov. lat if '

ILi? .<, . ., J possible. I L 44-tf S : "" S. .

.. : FOR SALE-Four good mules. J. W. DWELLINGS for rent, apply .to M.Tiller MONEY loaned'at 5 per 'cent interest .,', " :'

Miller. : i, V I to'build homes with. See Downing FURNITURE . n'. t.

? : ...... PKENTIS celia Kimball pianos-__and_-organs. - FOR RENT-Nice V. furnished room's. the Realty Man about it. 44-tf I [ at t t. .. \ : 'k'

f' See him at The Home Store. Apply to the Ladies' Exchan e. 42-tf I CARRY a full line of SHOES for i : .. '
and 44tfL.
-- ; men women .
_uw CHOICE CITY LOTS for ale at: low for Apply I M.-Whidden, Exclusive Shoe Store. .
--- J. E. Mattocks at Kissimmee Land .
; ::- price- See or write -'Fleming for, ,
particulars. : 40 tf Co. office. .- 43 .SEWING Machine*.-Agency for Singer: .
I machines. Cash or on easy. payments.

FOR bargains in resident property FOR.: RENT-Three fnrnished rooms $:J.OO per month Machines. rented.

truck.lands and orange groves call on. on upper Main street. Apply to The Home Store. 21-tf '
:'it. H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf I Mrs. I). N. ....Ioy i WHEN .visiting St. Cloud oUr Kis im- I' for.CAS.
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i FOR choice 5 acre suburban homer 'FI nENi'"S-me-pl:: ; ndiducking mee friends are invited to make their I : 'i

tracts, .ee'Kl immee Gardens. J. M., .' lands on shares. headquarters with the St. Cloud Drug :

I Will on. Jr. 20-tf 46tf Nelson Realty Company. Co. All the popular drinks can be .

-; had at our soda fount and our ice .. .
j J FOR SALE-A good gentle horse with SE'E Downingforanythingyouwant':; in creamin, the best that can Ie made. ", S t.

I buggy and narne s. Call at my 1 the real estate line. No matter how V ,
I photograph; studio. J. W. Wilder. 45tfFOR little or how big it is, he can supply IF. you have rooms furnished i for light ", V V '
; you. 41-tf housekeeping that you would like to \

e j SALE-20 acres of good land inside .> let for the winter list them with me.I i S; .. ,/ V i' : '-- ;
7 ; I Mty limits. Will sell at a bargain FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, can probably send you a renter at :

I I if taken at once. S. W. Downing all modern-conveniences best part of once, and will! charge you nothing for ", REMEMBER: Nothing Charged to Anyone at 1hese-Prlces S r.
in Opera House bio: k. 37-tl town,.'clone to I lake. Call I on or write my services. Downing the Real Estate

w S. -W. Downing Kissimmee" Fla, Man. 44-tf 0 '. "
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'' 'S'ALE-Fo not
FOR room -
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t' -- plastered or ceiled. Beautiful loess 1 LAUNCH FOR HIRE-Parties wish PHOTOGRAPHS properly done are -

I tion east front. Nice yard. In Eureka ing to go on the lake either for very suitable for birthday and holiday ; V .

f. Addition. Price 57500. business or pleasure day or night gifts. They really give you the V :

; 46tf Nelson Realty Company. can be accommodated by applying to greatest value for the least money .
.;.. .:; J. M. Hansel. and your friends the greatest pleas. '

i t I ., FOR SALE-Seventeen very desirable ure. You can get them at Wilder's :
r-: : - lots in be.t'part of town and close Studio. 45-tf pROSS GRAVES !

L .., in. Prices from seventy-five to one ROOMS\ AND HOARD V

'T.' : hundred dollars each. See Downing WINDEMERH. is located 18 miles S
..t., about them. 44tf northwest of Kissimmee. 12 miles .
\ ROOMS for Rent-Apply to Mrs. D. Ss :lt.
west of the Florida'Midland : ;
Orlando on -
:l> FOR SALE-Some fine young cockerels M. _Breaker. _ _ V Railroad; and is surrounded by H <."
''i of the Barred Hock, Rhode Island :
t FURNISHED'rooms with board. three large clear water lakes-But- "
Bed and Brown Leghorn varieties 31 Mrs. W. W. Saunders. Park St. ler Down and De llle. The land is :,
;. all thoroughbred and from northern peculiarly to citrus fruits {
':-,.. .w".t .. stock. ."Address. 'Mr: Swartz Davenport BOARDERS wanted-Mrs. E: J. Alvey -and truck raising adapted, and is almost en- _
'r .. Fla. 44-tf can accommodate several persons with tirely immune from frosts. I am
: .1 property on contract. subscribe for ;
purchain an use, mortgage
'S. FOR 'SALE-Or will exchange for Improved of board school and room house at or her board home without in rear now town lot offering in Windemere 10-acre for tracts$250 and each.a recelTO own and bold for In.ameator Notice of IncorporationNotice 1 team, let upon t_, deal In and COlly.,.
in otherwise sell and dispose of and make ad-
ten acres all kind. of
city property, prop..rty..1 or personal
34-tf _. any
room. This i ia the best land
high state of cultivation; deep well; ---- propositioninFlorida. Tanooa upon atock, bond, iharea ._rlU..*, - part of the world In connection with |lte biul- ,
W rite for
me particulars or
4 three-room cottage. Located on hard YOU CAN" get three good meals and S. S. Griffin Got ha or obliiratloni" other corporation wbatnoerer Is hereby given that the undersigned neHaesoranr part of them; to aell. mortgage,
come see. ,
road 11 miles from city. Address cooked by best northern cook at Fla. 44-tf. wherever I looa ud ororganiaed, and while will apply to Honorable limit W. Ullchrlot.of sublet pledge 1 lease, let upon lea., or convey
Owner.;Box 175 Ki I simmee, Fla. 46-2t Transcient Restaurant opposite post the owners or !holder\if any nuch stock, bond governor the !Ute:' of Florida at Tallahaaee. property the acid corporation any par

__ office for 25c each. Short orders HAVING decided not to place our new or ohltfration. to ""erela..11 the rights, power Florida, on the 21 at day of November A- D. thereof at will, and to'lnmst the proceed ef
FOR SALE 5 lots in E. L. Lesley extra. 41-tf addition the market at and privileges of ownership thereof and to 1910. forl/oltem Patent Incorporating the KIH.B1MMHIC the same. at pleasure. In any manner; to borrow -
50x131 feet. ____ __ __ _ _ __ on present,
Ki simmee
Addition exercine
to u we have concluded to offer the same all and any voting power thereof; : : ORAlS; SUPPLY COMI'ANYun- moB..y and sonuru. the aame, and money
/ Apply to Jas. M. Johnston, deputy FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping tract that we were to put in city lots and, generally to exnrclae each power a* maybe der' the) followiag I propoMK charter: otherwise odor by mortgage/ pledtes.d .

clerk circuit court. ,-. 3J-tf nice clean and airy; fpf rent into five acre tracts for trucking. Incident or convnulnnt to the purpose or A AKrilfK:. DONEOANI1KNHY "ed*.bonds. notes,or other obligation there

and long or short terms; no drinking This land adjoins the city limits ofKisaimmee buiineH or biUd. co. oration; and to hare exer- : T IlA8M.R for; t"> recall payment In whole or In part for
FOR &SALE-Twelve orange gambling or any immoral conduct al- den, and enjoy all the right, >ower and .
three miles just across the railroad ] 8. Jl'1..OYI> capital slock aul>scribed for In money or luproptirty
grapefruit grove, about lowed. F. G. Thomason Old
f from Kissimtnee on railroad. Will Mrs. inside of Bass' pasture South.of the lorlvtloje. incident, to corporalionn organized TUB: PROPOSED OUAKTBR OF K1SHIMMKPUKAI.V :) patents Contracts, labor or aervlce '

sell at a bargain. Address W. H. Opera House. 33-tf city limits and on the main road and orbiting under sod by virtue of the I.w.ot ASD BUPK.Y COMPANY at a just valuation thereof. In the discretion or

,- Arnold. Kissimmee Fla. 41-tf leading to Campbell's station. Anyone the State of FlorMn. judgment of the board of directors; to male. ,

d --- ----- WANTEDWANTED"To wishing a tract of- this land will ARTICLE. Ill .purchase sell lease, or let upon 1 Inaae, contracts '
f 1 ho amount the e.plhlOek aulhorlxcdKhali The ..l1d..olwneol 1 associate tlM-maelvei of any kind whatsoever for th.
FOR SALE-:10 acres of splendid land write Waring & Edwards of Lakeland hereby furtherance
1n good state of cultivation fenced exchange double-barrel Florida as it will be wIth- bo Twenty-lire Thonaand Dollar, dIvided together: for the purpose of beromlug Incorporated of Its purposes and businesses Including
1 into two parts, joins the corporate breech-loading1 shotgun for a bicycle. drawn from the market after two Into Two Hundred and Fifty nharea of the par under the law of Florida for the trait, agreement and contracta between the salt -

limits of Kissimmee. Hard road runs Address box 697, city. 29tf weeks time. It will be offered for value of One itundred Dollars each. saction of the lo.itaesae, set forth In the following corporation and individuals. other corporations '

: right to the land. Splendid: truckina TWO nicely furnished rooms' for rent; that length of time at $100.00 per Any partorallof tldcapitsleteck maybe ( Charter In any of Hie. lines of business of th
land; good for citrus fruits. Owne good location. Apply Mrs. Helen acre and will be sold in 5-acre tracts. parable either 10 each or In .property, labor or ARTICLE: I corporation ; to bare a lien upon all j>tt, V

by non-resident who will sell on favor- Perdew, Beaumont ave. 44-tf Will allow some terms. Address .er.le..t. Junt valuation to be fixed by the The name of the Corporation shall| be ICI38IMMRB shares. of any (tockholdsxwhonuay I .
; able of if desired. Waring Edwards Lakeland Fla. mrorporatora. or by the director at a meeting : : GRAIN St'I-I'LY .detitwllo the corporation., either
terms payment 1 WANT everyone to coma to Florida ; COMPANY ; I its.
called for such u beoolDiI
46tf Nelson Realty Company. who will be benefited by the change 45-2t puraiae.'lbe.iithori,1d priuclpal office and |lace of bualiie lu'thta oo partner surety or otherwlae, \ (
1 capital itock may be Issued right to sell and dispose of such ..
but not ptherwisei: Write me for the City of KlHRlmmve Florid*. and It* bualneas
; FOR SALE-600 acres fine hammock facts about this country and then decide and paid for at suCh. time or time and upon may be conducted, elaewhere. in the Slate of portion thereof. mar be mceaeary to par o9
And Such I I. Mich terms and, condition al the board of director such I udebtednasn. at either
pnbtlo .
Florida In or ,
with or other branches
4, 1 and muck land some heavy pine for yourself whether or not you atateK through
i timber on tract; 20 acres in cultiva- can be benefited by coming. S. W. Mrs. e-1'our new bourder Is .* mar determine: sad It may be Increased I' agencies or otherwliti aa may be necessary and and upon| such notice and term. a* ftc '

tion; 1001 cres ready for plow; two Downing. Kissimmee Fla. 44-tf literary. I am told. Mrs. Malaprop- from time to time beyond the amount I' convenient. board of director msyVtibMrlbe, and with th*
stated In the manner. provided by law. further rlgbt to refuse. to transfer
i" soon stock
bearing o ange groves; t miles of Tea, Indeed. Why with Us books and ARTICLE TI
lake beach La-id lies opposite St. : ARTICLE: IV until lull payment of all such Indebetedneal;
MISCELLANEOUS be Utters his than
room worse
Milliards papers The corporation shall have auoceaolon. by Its The general nature of the business to be and to make such by-law In furtherance hereof .
Clou Ion East Lake near
i Island."Apply to Jas. M. Johnston any boarder I ever had.-Exchange.: corporate name perpetually and 1 Ie to exIst traniactod br this company shall be the manufacturing .. may be deemed best; to conduct any pan
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deputy clerk circuit court. 33-tf WOLFE the Wireman. 42 tfWADET --- perpetually. baying handling and aelllng at of Its t>u1nL-iK.*. and to hare O-JCM and accede
!. -- - Minor Operations. ARTICLE V wholesale. for It* own account and for tho ac ., and to employ ofAoer and agents stanch,

.; FOR- SALE-One fine- Remington Automatic ; the tuner Orlando.* Surgeon's Son':'. What Is a "minor The bnnlnem of the corporation shall be conducted count of other, of hay, grain, mill product, I places lo thi. stateend other atatn and In for-

5 V" Shot Gun trap 'grade two LTSTyour real l estate with Downing. operation." paT Surgeon One for by a prealdeot a vice president a are groceries grocers' supplies building materials, sign countries aa nay be useful, necasaart or. V
I rotary and treasurer, aDd 'a board of . meat, provlaloua, feed rood stuffs, loot prod. convenient for the
carrying on of its bu.l _
N ,Ij, ., sets of barrels one full choke one which the fee .la 1 less than three lip,..,
shooter and In PICTURES framed abtha Home Store. conalatlng of not leas than three norinure than uet and merchandise and personal> of e* and furthering aha evda of said corporation ,
bore a splendid
New York
,, ,- \'ti,;"fine open condition.; Gun has been used Times. . ; fire member', the number of director to be every kind character" aud.descrlutlon whato- such... or ...necessity to determined In the

.. \.. about a year. Will sell at a bargain FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass In a Bad Way. fixed by the stockholder, In the b.I.w. from ever: and that actinias agent broker and discretion' and judgment of 11*board of directV

1 If taken! at once, or will trade. See Market. No. 189. 19-tf A teacher In an elementary school at tine to time. The name peraon mar hold two I I commission merchant, manufacturer* agent, ors; to do say and all thing set forth In thIs. .
or more office*, that th. and factor and warehouseman In the handling of charter as objsct.
except president V
purposes buslneas
to powen.
at office Opera *
S. Ttowning over dre-ed Austria. received a letter froma
1 : FOR poultry phone the Rull raz.
the ; I any and all the commodities aforesaid and to
44tf treasurer shall not be the same peraon. ; or otherwise to the same extent and .. fully
A House. Bass Market. No. 189. 19tfGO mother who explained that she had
The following named persons ahall be the ; acquire by purchase, loaae or otherwise' and as nstural poeon might do, and In any par-S V
- --- been dangerously 111 with atheism and officer to conduct the bualnen. of the to hold and own all ,inert real estate and other of the world ; to haw and enjoy *
TO J. M. Post to get your jewelry, company all. the rlghsi. M
SALE-Here' cinch for
FOR a you. rheumatism and bad kept her little until property ad vaatageouxly
the officer who ahall be elucled at to* necessary carry oo power and privileges Incident to
,.. watches and clocks repaired. 23-tf corporation
( Good 7-room house, just painted and girl at home to nurse her. Ant ejection of officer of said company shall and conduct auy buafneas thIs company 1 I. aathorlsed organized and existing under and by virtue of ,;t.;,

'. papered; nearly two blocks of ground; REMEMBER Downing tells both sides qualified,: to tranaact.and to mortgage and the....*of the state of florid; and la general .>1.
'4 275 l Vgr* orange trees; best well in about Florida. Write him for facts. ARTHUR E. DONEOAN, Prealdaut. wiae encumber lease sell and convey otbe"1 to oierolie such power a. may be Incident V
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"u .AJeo brand new 5-room
: town. ; real estate and oth r property at.011101. coaTcalent
I P. A. VANS AQNKW. Vice rreeldent. or to Its
purpose or busla***** and ,V
P two Iota; ten good orange trees; deep MtTTTON fresh fat and fine at the "Tell me, said an Inquiring Englishman GEORGE P. OARRETT, Secretary and Trea may deemed for the belt Interact to tarry on inch operation and enterprises sail ( .'.

well: fIne hammock land. Also four Rull Bass Market, atone 189. 19-tf! of an American friend "what Is and each 01 aald three persona ahall be a dl- company to do: To buy. "' ' lease, I to do all such thing. connection therewith I.,:
\ rood residence lots. All in t mile of the significance of the eagle shown on rector. mortgage sell and convey oth'er landa and .. may be Uwful.Kacb '

'.- ePCfw2'<;hurches and school. We'll AGENCY of the White Star Laundry your money?" Much director and officer shall be elected propertr; to acquire, purohaao. build\ con- I of the objects and businesses ipecfDed .f ,,
sell any part or all together. Box at the'Home Store. Phone 154. Its annnallT the second atrnct, lease, operate and maintain hay and I In thi.Article II ahall ;
( Fla. 43-41 -' -. - "It Is an emblem of swif flight. on Wednesday of Jann*>ryoLeach I except where uthurwis.| .31
483 Kissimmee. year, beginning the esr45i1. grain elevator and warehouse for the handling xpreased In said aHtele, be nowls
WOOD, per strand, $L2S; five strands limited or : h''
$5.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf ARTICLE VI deposit and 8\.or..e of hay grain' mill I restricted by referenoa to or tnfereno front ; J
: )< FOB SALE-Splendid 20-acre farm. The Object. The aald Corporation thall adopt an appropriate products groceries, gmcer.' aupplle building the I.rm5 of any other' or paragrath in ?V".
Two miles from heart of the city less Rich Uncle Bbenexer So you are material. meats, provisions, feed. food tuffh, thla Charter,bat that'heobJ ota andbuataeap- "
, . TRY a pair of Korrect Shape Shoes: seal. and .oalL (Jopt b .law. for the Oi ipecidedn each 01 Lb. vlaaaai. 01 tbl8Artiol.
.: than one mile from corporate limits They are guaranteed. named after me, are you' 'Small .government of It*affair not inrxmalatent with food products and merobaadla and personal II .hall be treated sail r..rded as lad.palld },

,"'t,'" : of the town. Nice young orange 44tf L. M. Whidden. Nephew-Yes; ma said It was too bad. Its article of Incorporation'and the III,.. of th* property of ever kind character and description objects and buala..a.ARTICLa. !:'j.i

\ 5.'f; :'" .: several! other kinds of fruit. but we needed the ooney.Aiiiicatlon State of florid" which by-law mar b* atnand.ed whatsoever lot other for hire, and to lane HI r'l V

rip: ;'i'" Beautiful site and surroundings; 1 lgeL SHANIBARGER Orlando, fQr bicycles or repealed M may b* provided In aald by. warehouse receipt thereforto; acqalre, be The amount of capital stoek authorised ahall /

-,_ I _',i blackberry patch. Living watn and sundries. 25 wheels ftom $8.50 Notice of ) ) For Letters law. own manage, rsgI.ter sell and dispose of Two-Hiuidrad Twntr-nr and Thousand aharea Dollar of,the divIded Into ';
; F, the place; splendid land and bod up to $19 for new. 46-1 Itpd ARTlCtK VII trademarks oopvrighta and patent, and to : of One Hundred 6ollar* each.. Any part par or aU ;" '.
;< Mlfhboornood. Price $2250.00. Cheap Patent and Incorporation.) The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability manufacture, tell sad dispose of article. and of ,cook_., be Pyabl'either" la -I'
LOOKOUT for the announcement of cash in servIces '
; {i proposition and a beautiful place fort products covered by the same, and alto property labor *. at a jut'-$
\ ; the opening of the) hew Home Bakery 1 to which the corporation can at any any I raluatlon to be axed by th. uvmrporator or by { %
; ', FJ" an .elegant home. hsxt week 46-tf Nolle I. hereby given that the uull..ed time mbjeet Itself hall be Twenty-five Thousand right" growing out of the ante: to lain hare I she director at a meeting ealled for such por- \ j
: 46tf Nelson Realty Company. will apply to th* Governor of the State of Flor- Doll..... Of .&oct. debenture sleek, bond and other pose. Thesutbnrlsedcapital. stock may ..* is- ,j

HAVE a few real snap* in the way da, on she 2th day of Uoeambar A. O. Itls. forLttrPatea AttTICLK VIII obligations to' aubseribefor. purchase, receive upon nedand.ucb paid Israis for and at ..condition..ob tll..'.or as times the Beard and ,+

1. FOR SALE-fen acres close to limits of residence property for sale. If you Incorporating O8CEOLA TlrUt The name and realdanon of th. aubacilblngIncorpoiatora .own hold for Investment; otherwise, Or Director. may d.termiia.' i II may b. Increased -

,",, Of the new town of Taft Florida need anything of the kind, it will pay GUARANTEE COMPANY. under the follow. together with the number of sell; dlipoae of and make advance upon any b11a... from beyond tim.the tolID".moau' stated. .. provided
between Orlando andKiasimmee. S. ,n( proDoaed charter and Article of looorpor- of (stock sbara, boadi. debenture, debenture
Orange county, you to see me at once. W. Downing shares the authorized capital stock *nbaoribnd ABTICLK nrTh
: on the A. C. L., R. R. Real Estate. 44-tf poratlon. a copy of which ha bn filed la the for by eaob. are'asfollow*: Arthur B. stock. ndaourlttaof any government .state *corporation hall "Ii
. Nsw three room house, telephone office of thai Secretary of Btata of 1.1I. State of Donegan realdence, Klaalmm norlda,eighty Corporation publiC or private wherever locm corporate same Perpetually aucomselon and shall by axI.a I" '

r '1, mole cow. wagon. carnage. chickens JUST arrived-big- stock of Guns' Leggings Florida. harta George p. Oarratt, ..ed4.aee. Klailmmee. ted or organized and while the owner or holder ..rpe'u.n. t

:- '' etc., one-bait acre cleared. Also Hunting Coats and Ammunition A.RTHTJH K. DONKOAN Florida aerenty-flve shares; P. A. Van of any ._1<, bond 0.oroblla-atlon to *"*'". ARTICLE V

, ': '." two choice lots in town of Taft, cen- Ross Graves.V 36 V P. A. VANS AOKEW.OCOROE *Sew ronidenoo, VKIaslwne., Florida one else all the right power and privileges ol Th. business or buela_ of th.eoespsa' ,, ,I I.
.:, >*traily located near school and church. : P. GARRETT .bar*. ownership thereof, and to (".I'OIao.11 or say shall bsemdotoa prealdt. a T1oe.... -a..i
-.4.: "',< A bargain Good reason for selling. OFFICE fixtures: filing cabinets and 1- ,voting power thereof; to flrm. promote and dent and a secretary and lresinyr and much 11
other I)
0 i0en.
labor devices of all kinds. the " of
saving aaslst financially otherwIse nv Directors mar
or corporations,
,: For price and particulars addressBox ARTICLES or"INCORPORATION AND PRO- Btal of Florida. hereafter determine upon, and a Board of Di '
Yawman & Erbe make. See Premtis
; companies, .,ndIOMe., partnerships and rector emulating of ;
838 Taft, Florida. 46-4t un POSID CHARTER Or 08CKOL.A TITLE County of Oaceola. ( aaio- three stockholder*. who )
', i ._ at the Home Store. GUARANTEE COMPANY. Be H known: That before me !the naiatgned el.tloo.of all \kInds and to give any guaranty ih.jiiSLvec.iisaiu'. ...!.i3t V *h.. &Danaleleo'ioa I' (
-- -- a"" Monday In Tnbe
FOR SALE-4 acres of land inside .corporate FOR ANY kind of metal "especially The undersigned hereby associate themselTM. Notary public In and for laid County or Indoraement In connection therewith. orotherwise each and every. year. Any 0'". ooermy.January bold \ : ;g
I and Bt .t* for th payment of money or for the OD.or more OmOM of th. .
limits of Kissimmee all to *> ), peraooally appeared P. A. Van "mp.o. should the
set fot
I', roofs, use Black Pearlmetal paint. i together thepmupoee of"-sDlqrpor. of obligation Board 01 DlNC\ono lID decide.
Arthur B .performance any or undertaking, I
Agnew, Donegan and Q.
bearing grapefruit under the law of P. Garret The omo...
splendid atod Florida: of ,
orange the
Bees Graves. 34-tf and to do other act and thing for the company for 'h. IIn' :!i iJi'
and tangerine trees; these trees are ARTICLE to me well known atd known to me to be the preaervation year. or until their siloheseori ars"JaCIed shall : -
I I Individual 4eeorlbecl-Ia. and who proteouon, Improvement or enhancement aa follows. : Arthur K. '
thrifty and large and can be made; to DOWNING pays all your expenses if Tb. name of this Corporation ahall b* 08CBOU aabeerlbed of the Henry T. Baaa rie.. Doa..rraa"prwid.o',
value ofanr inch IlNeld.Dt
bond and
their Dam.h. itook or ; L '. ,
pay splendid returns on- the invest- you come here at his solicitation and TITLB GUARANTEE COMPANY ; It* fOl'tilrOlaa proposed Charter, other obtigallonsorto doany act secretary and treasurer; and th* tontaZtt* .
; ment. One seven-room house deep find that he has misrepresented principal ofBoa and plaorof t>uala\ea* shall b* and each Aoknowledgod that he ta outed the or thing named persons .. the Board of Wrwtor*
artesian well; another five-room house things. In the City of Klsalmmee, Oaoaola County In aame for the pnrpoae therein cprmed.Wltnaaa desIgned for any such purpose; to vary the In- ARTICLE VI ,

( \\'lit, Just being completed and deep well. V th. State of Florida and Its bualoaaaa nay be my hand and offlolel Klaimme vestments of the company make advance. Th* niftiest amount of IndebtaafnaM sue all .,,, Vliability <
F YOU have roof that needs .. this tenth .of November nrkm money Mid IB trust, to lain od commission to Which' the .
Good barn, trucking patch, etc:.- Cheap a painting Oandoctad elsewhere In the State of Florida dy A. D. 1810. oorpo..coo may i'
. V Black Pearl metal paint is the V 8. L. LUP1-KH. (Seal) sell or dispose of any and all the claaae. time .O1Ibject. Itself shall be Fifty \
'\ at aUOOO.00. possessioncan a* may b* neceaaary or convenient t1': Doll.. .
,. be had of both houses. right thing for this climate. Roes ARTICLE: II V Notary Publlo. of Invealnent herein nnmerated or to act a* ARTICLE VII at1 'i

4 > ' ., r 46tf Nelson Realty Company.vt Grave 84-tf The general Deters of the boalae* or avaluses My eommUaion expire July IT. 1018 agent or and broker loan* In connection therewith.; toadvance The names and .. or the .. V''-'1!

p .Y. ** to b* transacted by Mid Company a* money upon securities of tssKr&nsv&r. with the number 01 ;;[(t
ANYONE anywhere can start mail Notice of Intention to '1ij ply for land, personal property or commercial paper ; capital stoek.uhaorlbed o. \
:' p : .TOB Sale-Some beautiful lots In Eu- order business at home. No canvassing. follows: to acquire by purchase._, own. hold soil, br each are .. follows: Arthur I:, Dooefaa, V ,
1 'r . '" -1 reD Addition: fine place for a home. Be your>> own boss. Send for free To make Matron**, opinions, examination Letters Patent. jnongag or enenmbar both Improved and ua- KIsemee Klsalmmee,,Florida Florida! ,ten ten shares; HSSIT T.BBS-! *,' ,

., '>>-'L Easy walking distance of Postoffice booklet. Tells how. H acoclr. A 2144. and Abstract of Title to land aud oUioc forms Notice I* hereby given that Th. Water Improved real eataM whrver altuated ; tfsurvey Klselinin.e. FlorIda, ton .barea.shares: R. B. "-PloTd. ',

ut"J . and business part of town. Several Lockport. N. Y. of property; to guarantee sad Insure Title to Canon Grocery Company, corporation.. Intend tub-divide", plat nod Improve:the tarn I' ".::7'!
V '-' I'Jt: ; .J houses already in course of construction land sod other farm of property,and to amako, to apply toth* Oovarncrof the State of for pnrpo** of sal* or otherwise; alao to ., .1" .
V_ ">h and this! will be elite of the most HAS IT EVER occurred to you how execute and laau opinions, eertlflcatee. p Uelee -! Florid on the lUi day of December me tor erect and oparat honaea oontuaot. STATE OF l it: \
.,' "' .," Dopular,additions to Kissimmee Inc the far a dozen of your photograph. will I and oontreoU of Title-' Guarantee and letter patent amending ah*charter of the Mid light and power plants machinery, buildings, Be \or rLORm.AIL fora, lIoe u.adot"j, :..
appliaooea. 111I.
.;":' .,' nearfatur*. Good money can be 20 In remembering friends at Chrlat-I Title Inaorane*! to bay, sell, own lease. rant corporation a. follswa: to furnish water power and electrtoll signed Notary Public In ...ct'for said County e .
"j V this- addition. tide! All the .latest fall exchange and deal In landa, and to bond ... and Statb.-p.r.onally .
r "" mad by buying jo mae upon By striking oat. ..,1. four (IV) and Inrt- for power and lighting to appeared ArthnfM. Don- .
.. ,V ".., Beautiful rleVof the city high dry at Wilder's Studio. "-tf derelop and improve the '_m.; to own\ sad lag is lien of the words MokB out,,** the oprt and maintain roadways parpoaea and; tramways tract, orals well,knOwn.Henry and T. Ba known. and to 5 to. Floyd be thi, to IDdIridu.lallMCrlbed m*-"' V5/" .,. .
J, Come let us show you I laeral aaaat aa landlords; to loan moneyon Mit article, the folio wing: -rhl ; la ; '
( -J.l. ;V : and healthy. corporation t* oaalr*, improre. maaage, work. aDd W'be ...beerIr \ P. .
V i.' 1' these splstiUd Iota tor sale. at $3.00 AN Intelligent parson may earn. f 100 j Dotes a>d bond aeenred by mortgage on shall exit ......11&11,.." exercise all rllJla" 'In respect of develop each aoknowledflbJ Plllpoaad oIaarWt....! i
.t f ;: \ and **.<*> week monthly! corresponding for' real ....(.or kind of to lease, mort- be sz.ciile4. the -. '
., .'il. to ,#.( ( Nealt- per newspapers. any personal property; TEl WATCB8 CARSON OROCIRY co. gag. Mil diapoa of, turn to _DOt and for the purposes ere4n azores"'" 0wIIa. "
V ;. PriC*! r from No canvassing. Send for j 'on a (*orl real .. .*and rent eollMth O. A, ._ '
.; V without Interest lIp par- j.tlculana. j. carry I By Crsot Pridai.Atteat otherwise deal with property of all kind 107 haud .... eateIal... St 1t..1:1'. : '
V V i\;; "\ MO.OO to 85.OO eaell.l s Press Syndicate B 2245, lag business I to aO$ a*real estate broker sad N. C. Bryan,Secretary and\ Traorer.. la particular tmaln*s ooaom and and mee. r lda, this Wth day ef OetobM 4. D.t f'f'
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