Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 25, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00465
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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f, l"ON., N.. P. BRYAN elected Blount'this*.to explanation'the Senate.In.his connection discussing IOpr 1 ) Water 'Wprks thuslasn njt of this 1..Mine annual displayed! reunion by, much the veterans 'en- WONDERFUL' 'I-' r.

with Mr. stated ;
company Bryan and from every part of the State SUJXESSOf bpi.
that b'e he.w.sspurred.
"had kicked before
Candidate for the IJ. S. Senate: "' I Comes the news'that camps will! not ;
ad nof' one of his opponents and : w-System only send full lists of delegates, but Mrs. M. r '", Delivers a Masterly Addressin had raised the issue in the campaign., that a large number of the member : '
Mr. Bryan read"an extract fromntount's Florida land
to
Homeseekers
will
This Gty."Atvhorae attend. There has been a (Croat
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literature in which the Pen..- Is Now : Been influx of old soldiers to Florida the put from 'the West .\ *.
cola candidate stated that's majority of ,.Completed Accepted by, the year and Mr. G. E.Tarbox commander ..
among: his people was on the members of.the railroad commissions .
CitY-In All Particulars It of the
Conforms to the post in. this city states that
hundreds or lips Tuesday night, and l pf the State were supporting'him, ; 1 herd It is rather pecular that the officials 4's

'i was breathel in -very utterance of and then,named every member of the Rules of .the Southeastern: Tariff Association. State are and now almost thirty-five week posts_In.this a new of the railroads operating' In this state

Nathan P.'Bryan when he talked to the commission since- I it was! last organized, one la organized. every' are not In poue fon. .f the .I-m.or the:
people of Osceola county-where he was and defined hi. position in this camPaign ';---- The lady mentioned In the following article
committee that have
works will
born and reared-upon the great issues stating that.'majority were Our water and sewerage system that the only way in which Kiasimmee I the care chargeof clipped from the 1'ampaTrlbune, stasheis

before- the'people, and in behalf of his now supporting Bryan., Of the first has at l last been completed by the ,could become entitled to a place in the of for the the veterans and the arrangements by far the best known woman realestate .

dell own candidacy for U ited.tate.Senator commission he stated* that Colonel contractors and accepted by the city list of our state's progressive and en- I at encampment busily dealer in the United States. For

i, from Florida. Davidson of Quincy was dead; and and Kissimmee, has taken" her rightful terprising cities was for the city administration foot that work will and have already set plans on the enlightenment of the railroad om s
make February 14th the
r: On a farm near this city Nathan that he was uncertain how Henry 'E. place in the forefront of 'Fl rida's'- to install all modem conveniences clan,"as well as the Tampa Tribune, we .

Bryan was reared; in the schools at Day would vote; but that .he knew terprising and progressive cities. No such as water works sewerage, greatest committee daY-In will Kissimmee's meet history. The will say that the Idyls Mrs: M. C.

Kis.lmmee'he received his early education Milt Bryan, his father was going to onger,can our town be charged with paved streets and sidewalks that are of the State in the president'sroom Fowler, head of the Fowler. Real Estate ..
Bank on'Novenober
s ; over the prairie., in file early support him because his daddy had already failing to furnish its citizens with conyeniencek considered necessities by those accustomed 30th at 2 Agency of Kansas City, and that

days he learned the ways of the cowboys promised,him..tq that effect. He for the home and protection to enjoying them. urged to be p.m.,hand and every member Is Cissimmee is her Florida headquarters,

and when h. had -finished his then took up and defined the attitudeof against: fire, as well u endangering the At that time the Valley Gazette war lour. .on promptly at that.. she having, lately purchased nearly eight Er

l, academic and legal education he came the members of the other commissions health of our people by permittingun- forced to battle almost alone and many thousand acres of land on the eastern

back to Kisslmmee and before the bar and stated that all of the present unitary condition. to exist. were the occasions when its editors A shore-of Lake Tohopekaliga onljr aboutone

of the. circuit court of Osceola.Bounty members of this commission were cer- Bonds for the installation of this wa- passed by unnoticed seemingly remarks REAL GUSHERHas nine from ,this citv. welch she is

) he was admitted to practice his profeuio -, tainly pot going to'vote for Mr. Blount. ter and sewerage: system were voted that burned to the quick that were' rapidly disposing of (/n'snVUI tracts to

In discussing Mr Blount's explanation by ,our citizens in the early part of this made by those who opposed us; but the Been Obtained in North Ws- actual settlers. Only last week Mrs.--- r

his year and work was begun in May under of the those who were Fowler brought a car load of f
Considering early: Life spent among of connection with the litigation sneers ignorant simmee by Mr. A. f. Thomas' buyers l
these people it was no Surprise'to seethe now pending regarding: the four-cent the-supervision of Mr. X. A. Kra-, content for ,our naturally beautiful From the West to whom she sold many'

splendid reception which wu given passenger rate on the L. & N., in which mer, civil'and constructing engineer town to remain a flag station and a In the past there have been many thousands of dollars' worth of her prop

him when he reached Kissimmee Tuesday Mr. Blount stated that he had nothing who was assisted by Mr. V. M. Murphy range for long,horned cattle and the who believed that a good flow of ar- erty. ,

noon by those who knew him best. to do with the case but sign the bill and an engineer of much experience and penurious and short-sighted who continually tesian water, could not be obtained in Mrs. Fowler huoperated extensively

i Mr. Bryan, with a party from KI. I enter an appearance for the company, ability. cry that:they are being robbed the extreme northern section of our in Florida for more than a year but

simmee, left the city shortly afternoon the speaker stated he did not know The water works: system comprises and paupered by,the tax gatherer nev- city and therefore property there. has only lately turned her attention to'Kis

r In automobiles for St. Cloud where I there was much more the Pensacola 29,629 feet of water pipe with 44 hydrants er once caused us to turn aside or lag not been held at as high figures u In simmee and Osceola county: and now

he addressed a large and enthusiastic lawyer could do and that for himselfhe an artesian well flowing 400 in our fight But one by one the citizens other localities where an abundant regrets that she .did not come to bin -

meeting. would never sign a bjll'for any action gallons a minute supplying the water of this town mustered into our supply of water could be secured but section sooner, as she considers its possibilities

Tuesday night he delivered a masterful or proceeding in law which he'did II which flows into a reservoir that has a ranks until the pressure became so opinions will now undergo a change, superior to those offered by any

d address upon the issues of the cam- not believe was right and just but that capacity of 75000. gallons, and from strong that an election was called to and property in North Kisslmmee will other section In the South and stated

I paign in the county court house and if he did he would certainly not try and there is carried to a tank 100 feet above permk.the property holders to express take its rightful place in the price list it as" her firm belief that Kissimmee

was given( a splendid reception.The put it off on another. I the ground, and which holds 75,000 gallons I their wishes in the matter of issuing for Mr. A. E. 'Thomas who owns and would be the largest Inland city in the

band of Kisslmmee furnished the The speaker then read the letter by two pumps with capacity of I bonds for that purpose, and whep the operates a five-acre truck garden at state In two years's time

music for the occasion and the reception issued by the Pensacola candidate last I 500,000() ( gallons a day. I, votes were counted it was found that end of Main street and just inside of She left for Kansas City on Monday

given him at the court house madehim !i year when he withdrew from the race ; The sewer Mains are 28b50 feet long the cause for which we had so long, so the northern boundary of the city has night'but will return shortly with another -
and will permit of 700 house connections obtained flow from crowd of b
understand in no uncertain terms hand' laid .particular stress upon the persistently and so conscientiously a a four-inch well meeeeker .
| i and the is sufficiently largeto of at least The article r
pipe fought was victorious by an overwhelming seventy-five gallons a minute follows.
that he was truly in the hands of his \ language used ('no that letter. He said .
off the of this town for .
carry sewage majority. -sufficient to irrigate thirty acres -
friends. Mr. Blount had stated that his opponents '
I years txr orne. of land, however dry the Extent of interest l
d. Mr. Bryan was introduced by Prof. were giving a wrong construction to the For the part the Valley Gazette played season might public in the purchase -

Robert M. Evans in an entertaining, 'language used. in that letter, but denied Mr. I. C. Mishler of Chattanooga in this fight it asks nothing being be. of lands in Florida this year U

dt.- and pleasing manner. When be arose tbat he had said .anything about thelette Tenn., was the contractor who installedthe fully repaid \in the knowledge that .it When Mr. Thomas began drilling his shown through the statement of one '1;

ii h to begin his address he was"greeted t "Tell hmT'when he comes here water works and! sewerage system. did its full duty-the duty that every well many of the "knowing ones" told woman land -agent-who-sells on com >.

I'te. with a storm of applause. I;, that' I' .denied having done what he while Mr. W. F. Hamilton bored the artesian loyal citizen owes to the community in him he was foolishly expending money missronkfor one of the big land com 1" / a

Mr. Bryari began his remarks by stating j tharge. rhewith," said Mr. Bryan. well that supplies the water both which he lives-and in a few years asa flow of any size: could not be ob. panies bringing prospective homeseek w,

that it had been said the three : Touching the candidacy of Mr. St.o<:k- of which gentlemen as well as the engineers ,when Kissimmee has become the me- tained In_ that section but fa* thought ers and speculators to this State. In II

idn sweetest words in the language were ton, Mr. Bryan read from a Stockton have been the recipients of tropolis of inland Florida it can rest otherwise, and continued driving down conversation with friends recently she t.:

home mother and heaven, and that campaign I' 1 card t hili!, ,.motto, "Let's put much praise from our people for the content in the fact that it never shirkedits pipe until he had reached a depth of stated that she considered her work to 1'

Q 's- proud to call Kissimmee home Stockton in tim said fie very efficient.manner in which they did share in the work of making it such. 405 feat when his labors were rewarded have been sufficiently remunerative for 1

n .was their work. But the list is not complete, there and his judgment proved correct bya one ye.-
for Stockt' _
and glad to be back his ownpeople had a better campaign : 4 ,
; I'.' "I am always among glad to !! tojn and( it n wait"He The installing of this water'worksand art other improvements and advancements flow of water coming forth at the She has sold lands In the State to thevalue 1-M
lb town make before it rate, as stated before of seventy-five of $500,000 'and this has .
t 1 back here among you people," said the ,,, said there was much speculation sewerage system in Kissimmee is our must for received
IeJs' claim the right to "lead all the gallons! a minute. a commission of $50,000., .
speaker because it is my home It over the State over the question of the culmination of a long and hard can ,
was here that I took the oath to prac- : whether or net Stockton could co fought battle for a better town, a rest, and the Valley Gazette stands With this well Mr. Thomas ,will have This woman Is considered a w wonder.

tice profession, and it was here be- ,back,, ;" that he reminded him somewhat healthier-town, a more up-to-date town, ready and willing to captain the company one of the most productive as well. She is well known to local transport*o('

n. fore my this bar that I tried my first I:| of Jim Jeffries, the prize-fighter iri'w ich the Valley Gazette has been until that theybecome goes forth fixtures to battle in this for them most the most valuable truck gardens in this ,' tion people and yet her name Is not in ,"

k.' case." 'in this respect: with the exception that far advance of the firing line.. The favored city on the banks of beautiful section and as he Js just completingone their possession. She works regularly

I' Jeffries! ,had been there once ,and.Stock: Valley tSazette"'contended trom the tint Lake Tohopekaliga. of the handsomest concrete bungalows and steadily In the land business but
) In explaining how he became candidate '"Tton never bad. That the people had in Kissimmee in the autifut oak keeps herself the background\ : -

S.ld. for United States Senator Mr. been voting for Stockton for years and grove adjoining his, gardens, there is )ing when business, demands that she, ".

f Bryan stated .that,' two days, after the the only office h. had ever, succeededin MUST PAYROLL TAX A GRAND OffICER) nothing standing between him and his come forward. '. '. '"
death of Governor Broward he walked '
family enjoying life of. and She Is onto
getting member of the legltf : a pleasure the modern bualn.ss ;
( his was Jd; ,,
into office and found \
< "w 1 from every section of the State telrgrams urging: lature-and that by majority of 28. Before You Caij .Vote i iiL the Senatorial Of,' the, G: A. R. Pays a Visit.!to profit; methods as, is shown by her bringing a W\ '

I He said that Stockton promised to reduce party of twenty land buyers to the
, that he become a candidate and lead Primary. Kissimmee.In -
" .
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the high cost of living if electedto NEW CENTRAL HOTEL State One week and carrying them'tothe
the fight for the principles for which
'
the Senate-and all by himself. "It The following legal opi /relating, the past it was a rare occurrence East Coast They were dissatisfied'
k the late governor had stood; that in a' is' easy to make promises,*' said Mr. to the payment of poll taxes j for the when an.officer high' in the affairs of and would not buy. Nothing daunted.I I

3 few days he had over a thousand ofthese' Bryan "but I am not coming to you' Senatorial primaries has been rendered such a mighty order as the G. A. R. i Will Be Open for Guests Not Later she then switched them to Middle Florida '> .

telegrams and letters from every I with promises that I, know I cannot the County Democratic Executive Com found his way to this little town on the I Ihore'o Than December 5th. making them the offer that:, if she,
section of the'State and
that this
upon fulfill." He said if he was elected to mittee of this county by its attorney., Lake Tohopekaliga, but-of latethings' did not sell them land she would pay:"
but
demand he announced Gradually
his candidacy. : the Senate he would do his level beat to Vans Agnew fit Crawford and the committee have. changed hereabouts, and surely Kissimmee is all their expenses on the tnp. They',

f ft He referred to the charge that at acaucus secure a reduction of these high costs, will abide by the decision and require these days It. Is nothing unusual for being put in condition to comfortably bought- to the value of '20.000., ". . ..-W,
held of the friends of the lateKO..mor. I care for aU who come here to either
fI t but he would not promise to do It-all the payment! of poll taxes. The men at the head of great fraternal Many large companies are opera tine.xelaei..I1'
I a slate was made whereby himself. make registration books in. this county will bodies commercial organizations or spend the winter or remain permanently In Florida lands this year,: ,
can
by "Anybody prom-
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those participating had pledged them- the latest enterprise looking to that .
. I : ises" said the speaker, "and if it was open on the 30th of this month and remain even state government to be seen on They have private cars"and they bring
aelves end the New
to a certain man for being Central Hotel. K
governor simply a question of this I would open until December 80th. our streets for Klssimmee Is......today on A-drflsnUlton I parties of twenty atTa; time ,to'thei' t "
but that such a" report was false, and Capt. who for the '\
promise the people of Florida to wipe Kiulmm e. Fla., Nov. 19th 1910. the map with a great big dot. State in these. One of the most frequently -
atated further that all of the candidates out .existence of mosquitoes-all by Hon. ;'. M., :' Murphy, Chairman County One of these people in the person of past twxryears baa been road snpervi- used car is the Hidalgo,' whichIs t tV tr ty
mentioned I of this division of .
for that position at this time the A C. L., has
tIIy.elf-and I know that I would Democratic Executive Committee, Mr..Wm. James of Jacksonville, w now f In DeSoto county,:' Th .land r r" .
him sweep teased this hotel which la '
for located '
the Senate.7n
were supporting,, just
"
the State." Kissimmee. Fla. junior vice commander in-ehieT or the companies are making a big thing oat
this connection hV referred to Senator -,, adjoining the grounds of the proposed of their operations
Dear the of Grand but those
Mr. next took the Slr.Regal'dJ1g question Army of the Republic was who pujr
Bryan chargeof
up
Milton and said he new passenger and which il
to be depot
was proud
that there too the payment of poll taxes as a prerequisite among KIMlmm e.'. vi.lton.thl. week. chase and those who fell are equally
known as a friend of the grandson of Jptockton were many The built of concrete..three stories high and satisfied and the State ; .
the lawyers in the Senate and In this connection for voting at the approaching Democratic General paid the Valley Gazette a fitted with all modern 'is being pops'bated
war governor of Florida. recited briefly the part that Senatorial primary called by most pleasant call and stated that he It'mnthe conveniences rapidly wbfle Its '....ta in:; a: Y4H
The the and will conduct
discussed American
next .
speaker question lawyers had taken in the formation.of the State Democratic Executive Committee was well pleased with our town, and I financial! way are being increased along:
Which has been plan making his rate. $2"per ; ,
raised
against the day. '' "
"It that on January 10th 1911. submittedto now that he has seen. it he/ would cease with the Influx of these people. ,
the government was a lawyer
senators both I The New Central Hotel has
coming from J acksonvllle.Ue : just been
wrote the Declaration of Independence; us by you for our opinion we beg I wondering why so many of his old comrades The borne-seekers rates are doing aigreat ;
charged that it completed, and is to .
was an attempt to advise that under the state being ; so designedas work in :
constitution to law were corning here and locating bringing 'people to,Floe;
a lawyer who wrote your I make it
array one class against another, and : the sixth paragraph of section) 170 permanently aMt offered more Inducements one of the most convenient Ida. The woman, who baa lDade IGO..
and who interpretated that constitution and'modern
said he ,a lawyer hostelries in
the
he had South '
hoped
"ab.orbed"enoughIntelligence has made this of the General Statutes, the paymentof than .any other section 'be ; especially 000 commission( out of land'sales (luVyear
that .
in a way ( Is it fitted for
not to be so narrow. to the convenienceof .
1i poll taxes. a prerequisite( for voting had visited. recently brought-100 home-seek
mate government 1I the greatest and mOlt traveling men and it I. situated i <%
such a. frivilous charge. There aa Into Jacksonville.Division ,
election is and underthe ers
is not a town of any .sic* in this State stable on the face of the earth. I knowit at any mandatory General James has been a resident'of directly in the center of the city will ,
of section 1 of Passenger
provisions chapter Agent J. G. Kirkland
,tMsset tonight where 'some mother's, i is common and popular (in).some communities Florida for thirty-five years and had draw largely of that class of patronage -/
prayer of the .
6697 Acts of 1907 electionsare Coast Line .
primary the reports sbc ,,
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in
distinction 1885 while he
does abuse the but. ,
not to lawyers my] represented .
go for her boy who baa "
up
regulated by the election laws of solid ears of home-seekers to have oome' '
from i friends when get In trouble and Duval county in the legislature Hamilton list ",
gone the you Captain states he l
country to Jacksonvilleto "J.lI1be over the Coast Line
the state in force at the time such pri- into South Florida'
i ::1 make a name for himself," eloquent-. .,want 'help you think" the lawyer is a mary election is held. of first presenting bill in this and State having passed the prepared to serve meat not later from Jacksonville- Thursday: ;' '.
ly declared mighty good man. granting pensionsto than December 5th h
Mr. although will
Bryan. '
Florida is befm..tbe.publl .
In our opinion therefore no voter at ; i
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as
. ., In discussing the late Governor Brow- Mr Bryan briefly referred to the I ex-Confederate soldiers although he be able to accommodate roomers: beginning eye
the January primary can be considereda never before. Tampa filled with these
arid MV. Bryan tariff but assured his audience he wouldnot fought for four years on the opposing with tomorrow night A first- ,;, ,,,
paid him eloquent qualified elector Unless he shall,have seekers after land.and business'despite , ,!Io- it.
,4 4h tributes and said that when the fight make a tariff speech. He said the class. up-to-date hotel such as the NewCentral the U
anda
paid his'pol) taxes according to law. present strike considered
a, was ',made on him glut spring he was Democratic party stood committed to a waiver by the coirikmttoaof poll taxes side.G. will' be, and conducted by sucha good. t.

sent where the battle was the warmest, tariff for revenue only and that the prerequisite would clearly invalidate the A. R. ENCAMPMENT man as Capt. Hamilton, will be a By January lit it is expected that all
and that be was now seeing the great success and most I
rendered the Republican party a necessary acquisition '
very best service election, should the point be contestedby winter records for visitors to this city
176 '# of which he was capable to Brow- error of its ways, and that those members any of the candidates before the pri- Will Take Place in Kissimmee to Kissimmee enterprises. 'I will have been doubled. ji
ard, without who on ,
that were
of progressive
I. assailing the character of party
bi mary. Yours very truly. A new telephone line. has just been
Senator Taliaferro. and who respected the Interests of February 14th.
i Death of Mix Raulersoo. .
Vans: Agnew & Crawford. constructed from this citv to McLean
.\,. literature Mr. Bryan next took up the campaign the common people were securing the When the G. A. R. veterans decidedto &: Farmer's turpentine still, running on Died on Monday night at the homeof "L ii -

Is7ka4 if being sent out by Mr. Blount control of that party. Mr. W. A. Wells and his three daughters hold their annual encampment in the north side of East Lake. The promoters Mr. David Cason,, Mrs. John. Ranler- ,i ,

and spoke at some length on these matt In discussing the trusts, he told of and Mrs._C.S...Doyle and daughter KiBsimmee,. they selected the12thof : of-the new line are Sam Story son. aged about 80 'years. Interment] - j -

nection tars.'In! discussing: Mr. Blount's' con hearing the speech delivered-by Wood- of Winchester IIU, arrived here last February aa the date as that is the'anniversary Sam:Barber Joe Warren, "Ball' Bass, warn held at PleaaaotSHill cemetery on] ,j

:with the L. &; N. railway, be row Wileen, now governor-elect of New week for the winter, and poscibly permanently of the birth of President Lin- Harmon Hull. Murntee-Tlndall and Me- Tuesday, In charge= of Undertaker J.W.: ..,' ,,

-I aid Mr. Blounfa stated in his literaI Jersey at the meeting of the AmericanBar so impressed are they with coin but after consulting the calendarIt Lean Farmer all of whom will in. Thompson. ' :

wrtl.. I I tare that he would resign his connection, Association last summer, in which the many advantages Kissimmee offers was found that February 12th fallson .tall phones. ft is probable that the Mrs. Raulerson war the widow of the '1'' 'I > ,
with this line will also be run into HUUard's late John Raulerson. one of the ploaeerJ.
raw'w' ,. company when he wa elected that gentleman urged that the government aa a place of residence. Mr. Wells and Sunday,.therefore the officers have Island and connect with the residence settlers of this county and baa made''' 1,

Senator.There 1 will be no-occasion and the courts do away with the daughters are pleasantly located In the taken the liberty to change the date to of 1. K. Billiard! Ira Weatberbee and her borne ta this' city! '.r.V a number of l\ ;
for Aim to do this," said Mr. Bryan Makinson concrete bungalow on Broad February 14th. C. H. ,Funk. This line will connect years.' / %', ?" **

"**! '"because Mr. flaunt'\ la not going- ,-to' -be, (Continued on fourth page.) way. As the time approaches for th.. hold,,,with,: and. be operated by,the local exchange. -. ,and She relatives leaves a to large mourn circle bard of pubre.;:friends;, ,,a

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f. :: li"10Urue -to the Understanding\ of Laymen the counties v of Monroe, ind Dade a ] : sc i .
: , ... yet unofficially reported the state Can'sassing ". : : ., .
'".,;, \ ;. ... ,$Y 4 NON, PROFESStOL: ( L. : '',.I'iI board has .1 compiled the '* .. I -. .. '. '- j.. -

''.\,' ,\\:' r... .. :*-t>n7 Jp.IT IS wellknown to" all "man tea I cut in'the election of November 8 the- I THE y. YC
rJ r.. !iF I whom theM present may .come >', the three constitutional. amepdmenta.The We have just issued an attractive
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r (this? I believe, savor somewhat 'forty-five counties reported a foul ....-. " .QIRCATEST.XMAS{ of
new catalog
Goods
Holiday
.. II of legal phraseology) that '
of 50,638 on'the' prohibition I "r
.
lawyers are good and handy to1have that we will send you for
,. -, ? AR. around when a man -is try- 22,931'.for and 27,707 against there .. \
\ : &, ing to keep out of trouble-also amendment, a majority of 4,776 against .j the asking.There ,
t when a man Is trying'to make' The .de alled vote of the : :d
t. trouble for the other fellow. Which has been officially\ canvassed '
Lawyers are useful to lawmaking counties . I STORE are\ "housands of good .
i . bodies, and no one .will follows: ed it.
deny the advantage of having a County For wa suggestions In our store
1 Ri goodly number ox good ones in Alacbua . .":"". .'. .. 914 699 it-I j IN THE Our mail order facilities
; the United /States Senate.< Baker.. . . . . 82 295 T' unexcelled..
They keep the laymen (meant S ATE ,
ing just ordinary folk, innocen- Bradford. . 512 461 I I J .
x, of close association with Black. Brevard, . . . '. .. ... 242 224 the !I I
stone) from felonious assault,and Calh'oun.: .'. . . J3T 387. work I i

bryookslsay or without malice Citrus. . . . ... , '.' 262 265 T"f". JACKSONVILLE
aforethought ( the law the Constitution
as ) on -
DREW COMPANY
made and provided by,the revolutionary Fathersand Clay .233 .:roo & W. B. fLomDA.
t they (the lawyers) come out strong.on oratory Columbia . . .. 325497 cit- _
-when the galleries are crowded. -. Dade . . ... . . .. ..*. . . : #
... BUT- DeSoto . . : . 803 232 Fla, ,.. .
} We are told, by no less an authority than the New
i York Evening Post, a real nice and conservative ps--- Duval . . . . . . 1,731 4.851 : and ....
.. per' that- Escambia . :' 836 ., 1,731. "
.,' THERE ARE 42 LAWYERS IN THE UNITED Franklin '221 267 : SPECIAL BARGAINS

STATES SENATE RIGHT NOW-r- Gad dt'n .. . ., 438 358 these
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And that.a majority of the forty-two are attorneys'for
.... J ', Trusts and Corporations. Hamilton . .. 254 '548(
C It plainly appears from these plain figures that the Hernando . . . . 174 H2 .;& IN e'LILLY'S
,I'; lawyers have the oig bulge on the rest of mankind HiJllb rough . 2,628 2551.; their .
when it comes to representation In the higher; branch
d of the Holmes 422 426 im
country's law-making body.
. . . .. . . . ADDITION
i Proportion it not only a good<< rule to apply} -in figuring Jackson 836 1,042 .
j't' labor and hire income and outgo, and all other Jefferson. . . . 254 343 eta. '. .'
, ; things, but It is THE PARTICULAR rule most particularly Lafayette . . . . 182 491 : ; -
t" applied 4o representative government. Lake . 447 330 '-- Five Blocks From Courthouse .-
r a Leaving the other states to manage thinga for themelves and
./ f we will apply this rule to THIS STATE, and Lee 285 207 .
see how we stand- Leon 288 422
'\ Florida according to R. G. Dun A Co., has 9,800 Levy . . 349 376 .. Lots 50x150 ft. $75 to $100.

#J'', overlooked business men., so, let's There call are it probably ten thousand some that.Dun baa Liberty: ......:.. 103 204, 1 Block $500

We have in our midst some twelve hundred lawyers Madison 450 310 5 Acres $750
belonging to the State Bar Al ociation. There,are Manatee 686 263.
some who don't belong, and to show a liberal spirit we Marion'. . 875 911
will thousand.put the number of la vyers In FloriJa at two Monroe : . .... ... ... . See JAMES W LILLY, Owner
... .
2.000 is 1-6 of 10,000. Nassau. . 377 606 I "... .
So there should be 1-5 a many lawyers as businessmen Orange! . .. 1,056 1,337 ,
I in the United States Senate from Florida. Osceola . . 295 248 "
\ At present there are half as many lawyers as business -
270 188
men representing Florida in the United States Pasco -
Senat.. Palm Beach . 376 428
Thus is the equitable rule of proportion broken or Polk . 1,070 482
badly bent. Florida is not allowed but two senators,
. 493 521
_ lawyer and there to should preserve be the 1 1-2 law business of proportion men and from 3-10 viola of a Santa Putnam Rosa . 288 576 i next 30 days we will sell .1

tion.But St. Johns . . 483 1,140 .
i the people of Florida are not to be satisfied St. Lucie. . . . 290 214 .
1 with 3-10 of a lawyer to serve them in the United SumterSuwannee . . .0432 243
State. Senate, they demand whole lawyer, and an
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extra have him in the -of 357 591
good onetoo. They person *
Duncan U. Fletcher, whose senatorial term runs until Taylor . . . 209 266
1916. Volusia . . 779 644 .. -
To save this acutely disproportionate situation' at Wakulla. .V 128 237
r home, and to help cut down the professional preponderance I .
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in the Senate-where the lawyers now have Walton 488 462 at
nearly fifty per cent of the vote-the people of Florida Washington 474 591
must act wisely, and with judgment whetted to keen r- -- -- I '
a discrimination by the pending emergency. Fotal . . 22,931 27,707
I r True to the professional habit of .keeping the legal .n'I
r eye on the main chance, TWO lawyers are now tryingto _
get the seat of ONE business man now in the Sen- DAVENPORTItems )1

ato JOHN from N.Florida.C. STOCKTON IS NOT ONE OF THESE

HE is A CANDIDATE FOR UNITED STATES COST for CASH '

SENATOR.HE IS A.BUSINESS MAN. of Interest Little From Town.Mr. That. Thriving I

He is well qualified to act as the representative of .
all the people of Florida in the United States Senate. Charles Fairish went to Fitzgerald -
He knows as much about governmental affairs. ,
either of: the two lawyers, who want to increase the Ga., Saturday evening. 4-
legal popnlation of the.Senate.He .. N'I:,..CJjambless; returned to his home : _
;f. . has been more iirtouch with the people by meansr in Atlanta Ga., after a month's stay in .
I( ,,";, of his 22 years on the firing line of the people's fight '. .. Davenport attending to the bnsiness of : S

,J -_1.,,;; for nts.their. rights, than either one or both, of his*oppon-, -;',,,' ... .. "\.' the colony,' '*,, : : : : Nothing !Charged: 'to nyoneat.tb6ePrlces '

ti, !"' .',',; Now, this cause coming on to be heard, and evidence...!.': ", Mr. Lee Wheeler,'witeand little son, '
A'1 \ submitted and brief, presented, and arguments listened 01 Chicago, arrived Friday evening.Mr. S s
', to, and the law of proportion considered Wheeler is a son of Mr. and'Mrs. :
Judgment ts hereby given that this shall be the I
slogan for this ampaign- '' Wheeler of this place,,and will remainall _
\ TLKT'S! PUT STOCKTON IN THIS TIME." winter and may possibly make their
Done and ordered. by popular uprising in open conclave home here if they continue to like tire-
this present time. place as they do now. .
The People Will! JUDGE. A car load of people was expected GRAVES !

this evening, but only about twenty
/ -- arrived. The hotel is so full that Mr. .

parrish: had to erect a large tent in his 4

front yard to accommodate his guests. ;

b -- : .-.-.-..-....___..-J He has three four-room, cottages and 11,
NTH tent with five beds, all full, besides

J SURPRISE I I what the large. hotel will hold.. Who
says Davenport is not growing 7
'. There will be religious services at
,p DRY'GOODS STORE Sinningdale Sunday. Sinningdale is a

,\ ............ \ Iii charming suburb eaat, of town, where -

See our line ofPEBSIAN \ Dr. Sinning is building, his sanitarium. ,
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A sight of it would make a sick man -
: SILKS WAIST 'ATTEfoNS' I well. Osceola Hardware Company

and the newest things in I If some of the sawdust that is pilingup
around the mill could be hauled out its first-class ..h'
employ a
I BELTS and LADIES' NECKWEAR; i ahd distributed on the streets it would up-. .

61 : ,BEANAN BUILDING MRS. E. L. PIERCE. Proprietor I look t.ter.. and are'' .
plumber
_......n.ll......______....___....... _.9 Mr. Pitman. has ihot several deer prepared
lately. He knows just where to go and
find them. x. estimates on all kinds

., Mr. Moody had business In Lou&hmanTue.d.y.
W. H. ARNOLD
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PIPE FITTING

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Mrs. Olson and two children have

. Contractor and Builder . come to .join Mr. Olson, who artaved ... ,
two months ago. Mr. Olson has the : .
P.. AND ES eITIMATt. !..U..N'.CO .
AN- lumber on the ground to build a newgrocery
/' ON A..O..TION. I
,,n,, .I _ store.
ROOM AND -TOILET-
The contract -is let for. a cneretebIJllding \
t I guarantee my work, when completed, to be for the department store of .

just as contracted for. Dodge & Monahan.Mr. ES A SPECIALTY.

r P.O. BM "7 R........ U...... &004....,. Trumbell, the former owner of

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA the commissary, is here again. Rumor
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has it that hs will build a new store. Fixtures and Work Fully
There is a rumor that there will be a
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J wedding in the near future in Davenport Guaranteed. ,


1 o. c: 1 cLEAN Mr. and Mrs. Davis are busy entejo If
tainlng a new son-the first to be bornin

i.:> --- DEALER IN. PINK LINK OF Davenport Colony We suggest that <,..
STAPLE AND FANCYf.GROCERIES the Florida Development Company stand
godfather to the n.w arrival and name
HARDWARE co.
I -I It him Davenport .

Bungalow for .Sale. S. L. LUP1. ERe Managtr ,," '
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FREE DEUYElY loran pads of,tIs cltJ. rrin/t..gurus! 1ftI1tI.1.I deep well splendid water large lot ." rr -"

I T.t.KP.MONt 1X0. torn for sale; spot cash t800.4otf 4,.r
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I I Pndd.DL "V..Id..t.r---c*' -a.ciafarr! IL I The Town of: St. CloudIt! .1\\ TKFTHE= ; :,' tAKE lRI



KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.. '.. L-m ... ', .
f 7 ITEMS Of.INTEREST' UIPPCD I Irisltora. There arc .NV.ral!. ,boats on 1 m ..
f the lake which b. hiredand L -
. .. ... 0:, fROM THE.:_ST. CLOUD,:TRIBUNE:j'IMlsa northern pkrt: there can .are plenty of at shooting the. LAJUNCHESSWAN" ''; -

a Rough ancfbresse aA ____ and fishing, ,..' .
Maud Gilbert! ;'cm.of the moat!. ... '
I popular) young ladies of the county'seat ?. The regular meeting of the St. Cloud ;AND "ME; 2" i
M tr PINE LUMBERHOUSE was JLha guest of Mrs. Ted Whitconib Board .of Trade 'was held on-Monday'evening .
from. Friday to Monday 6f the past.. (' last: 'The- majority l*-th. CAP"'SAUNDERS y.LEAVE .1.. .
week ]t officers were present and a very' Inter-

II |eating session was held. The first important ' .
BILLS A SPECIALTY Among/ the Sunday visitors to our:, matter taken up was that of '
town we noticed'Mr.:Vans'Agnew also the State Encampment at Kissimmee, occiTcYK DA IL.Y .. .
and it was decided to appoint ,* com.I - .
Messrs. Norton and Smith, of the Citi- f
tOdotYOC1000t .
s: XMOOO< : rl J. "
? zens' Bank. They all came on horse. mtttee to invite the delegation to St. .' ?
h back from KHsimmee and took supper Cloud and thua divide their visit 8.30'A. M. AND 2 P. M.
'.. between here and Kissimmee .
the
. at Hub R<<:staurant.
; .4. .
rrigation Pumps I ..
One of -the latest features of the Comrade William oore'was In the "
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FORKISSIMME--
} New St.4 Cloud are-.the fix magnificent office of the Tribune Thursday bring M
2I > '/ I "
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to meet all conditions potted cabbage palms which now adorn ing specimens of grapefruit of fine six .

in combination with the front entrance and lobby. Messrs!' and quality, measuring an average of ._ ...'. _ . .._, 11
( Perkins & Frisbie are certainly leaving j seventeen inches in circumference
'41 Fairbanks-Morse'Gasoline, Gas and Oil Engines. no stone unturned to make the new I grown on his forty acres on Six-mile '

I Call 'or send for Illustrated catalog' No. IC80. hostelry:the flnestfhMjie country. j Creek. Comrade Moore' hu packed : ;

4 IilIaMrtIIP Rwdwir* Ce.,T..p.. Fit. 1112.1114 rraaUhi i ttrostrWaim ,several_boxes of the fruit, twenty-aljc J ,
1
t} The experimental stage in the istory j' averaging to fill the box usually ht': ;'of t:. .'
s of St. Cloud has passed. It Is no'n | fifty. Hto has 8,000 young trees on histract -':
3I ( PARK
I the. map to stay. It has many'active- besides 800 in bearing, and.e8t!- : . .. ..L. ,'"
agencies at work in its upbuilding\ it J mates the yield of the latter at some :;':
The. RULL BASS MARKET has a loyal citizenship, an active board thing ova r400 boxes. '%. '
of trade and a number of new Industrie ,

Bearden Building; One Block from Depot are In view. --- On.<
The usual weekly meeting of the avenue north the'ladies of...the Preaby- -.,
Fresh- Florida MEATS of all kinds. Veterans' Association was. held on Sat. ( terian Church met and organized a.

and Western ." ,' urday last at G. A.' R. Hall. The (\ Ladies' Aid Society,with MrsX art-
spacious building was crowded to its lett for president, Miss Patterson vice-
POULTRY EGGS. FRESH FISH' capacity as on the previous'Saturday, president, Mrs. Mills secretary anted Bathing Hunting Fishing : ' :
and only standing room was obtainable Mrs. Low treasurer. The next meeting
$pecial.111enlion-lo Phone' Ordirs and Fret a short time after the doors were will be held at the same place, on Friday .,,'I!
Delivery to any part of the City. Phone /89 opened. I December 9, 1010 and 'ft is hoped .,.;:".;
that all 1 Iadj0s interested in the Presbyterian ... .. ;;(;
During the past week the watchmenin I I tb/Congregational or the Dutch
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the orange groves of the Seminole Reformed churches will attend.
Land and Investment Company detect.
t .. I'
ed three in the act of
stealing
persons The Boswell residence was the scene
.Osc'eola'LumberCO
fruit. The latter were fined,.paid the or a pleasant little social gathering on '
$$8.00 to $10.00 per'Barrel amount, and decided it was cheaper to :I! Wednesday last. The occasion was the I
buy oranges at the stores. Warning seventy-second birthday anniversary of
signs i are displayed in all groves of the I i Mrs. J. H. Boswell. Comrade Boswell's -- :
EARLY NEW IRISH POTATOES company, and any parties caught stealing I sixty-second birthday had occurred P3ny.
,4,4c9 fruit will be brought to trial. I a few days before, but, owingto
,4x (In the proximity of the two- niversanes, .----Datge IN- -........ V
Northern Markets ; ;
Bring St. Cloud has been in existence j.'ly.a it was decided to celebrate them bothat r

short time however, our town is as one time. The dinner, which, according Rough tend 'Dressed '
much up to date as any town in Florida. to the invited guests was a most Lumber
POLARIS On Tuesday last Benevolent Lodge No. sumptuous repast, was prepared entirely I
PLANT THE 23, Rebeccas, State of Florida, was instituted by Mrs. Boswell, who is as active at WINDOWS, DOORS .
here, and the initiation for the seventy-two as she was at forty. x

r first night was fifty-two. We consider SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LINEL\ :
this a fair showing for little r
very our Notice.,
490 BARRELS GROWN city. ,
r here in Florida on FIVE ACRES quality the best.' More large Notice is hereby given that the Board NOVELTVNORKS-- 'I
to the hill and largest of of the proved and UNIted .
potatoes yield any of County Commissioners, at their *
regular -
varieties. We can supply a limited quantity of this seed St. Cloud is not only proud of its I *!
frown in AROOSTOOK CountyMaine, for $3.25 per potatoi( rap i4.Nuid substantial growth but is meeting on December 5th will receive GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL e
bushels) freight prepaid to any Railroad station in South Fla. Orders especially"pjoud of, its'record for law I bids for the leasing of the county r
must be sent at once accompanied by a cash deposit of $1.00 convicts. The Board reserves the rightto
I! per bag; balance payable when shipped in November or December and order from, which standpoint it reject any and all bide. ,'s > Free Delivery to All Parts of City .s .reO .
is desired. PLANT EARLY FOR HIGH PRICES. Our Manager challenges comparison with any placeOf .....
t. r a resident-for twenty-aix'.ytars, will advise as to planting diggingand equal size in .the whole.counlry.. It E. L, Lesley, Chairman ,
i marketing.- has had, so', far, no municipal-govern By Arthur E. Donegan, Clerk.
', ., ment beyond the Veterans' Association, .

I ,1 Wecan.upp1h1 potato Sanford Produce having had* an eye out for the public!- ..Tax Books Open.
barrels from our Batrel. welfare. Every citizen has. been'onhia ."rhe Tax Books'of Osceola county are
Factory. Car lots or less. '...." . good behavior: now open; and parties paying taxes
Also Bean. Cuke and Let- fJQ SANFORD FU. during the month of November will be
tuce hampers. e There is no lake inthe surrounding allowed a two pe.cent reduction.
country where boating can be indulged C. L. Bandy Tat! Col. r
W. raf.rbv p.r.l..loN to Editor this paper.Ee in with more safety and comfort thanin

i our1ak- at St. Cloud. The water is Hotel For Rent. ; if ,
I clear and the.,lake is Urge end deep New1 concrete stone hotel, twenty- (
.?>r enough ao' that boats of sufficient five rooms, one-half block from depot;
capacity! to carry a -gopd crowd can furnished throughout; ready for occupancy ..
"'I' navigate with ease. The -lake.is. closetd November 15th. Experiencedhotel
:,"\ L. LESLEY COMPANY town, and should afford a grsa t deal man preferred. Apply to R. B.

", .. I of pleasure and amusement to r....Savage, owner, Kissimmee, "''IL. 43-tf vm"Cirtl
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GENERAL HARDWARETools.'Pcaclnc. ,

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'+ .ry sad DI...... Pull II"of O..t.' Farnlsklnc, Hat \ ., .
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Grocery Located on N. Y. Ave., 2 doors from St. Cloud .Hotel f pf Y '

) Hardware Store Penn. Ave.. near 11th. St. 1 1.' .F cake that's baked from. "'Quakeri/ : .

OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST *("( .for r FULLBf fnmo .'::JOHNSONP .. ,I City" flour-it's sure to be deliciousV !;./ '

ly light An d toothsome.. When"eake-. ., h
E""CTBN: =Z'VRE: : l # baking day comes 'round make ,

f CASH Oft INST4LLNBNTS ::1 certain.. that somevcre 'on bag or 4
i fi / : barrel is the Qu It City- ,laa c1-r'' .

Ptas Av between. 101k ssi lltk pro__ Deliver? in red and blue. the miller's

1 guarantee to you of First Quality:' our.

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Electric Lighted Sleeping Cars PHILADELPHIA ,


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TAMPA JACKSONVILLE and $
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WHAT IT MEANS !

'If the-- Many: top. Dot knowwbct. BaDIl'' dtt woes be.. l
f -By 'I I IWMD bank at dot..or BO ctplul and on*wO.l Mara..pllaL ' ...;.:.
A BAMK'8 CAPITAL AID BOE Lpto 1 ',1.,
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ATLANTIC pep.oU | Uom from IOM thereforks lager t* U U* I
craatm proiwUoa. ,...d.XMtton have. FklsbnnkhMa '
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V4'Enter the Pennsylvania R. R. Terminal Station, 7th Ave. A total Of....................:............ Jun.eoe" I,
y ne w ftI8_that ws sasA 1_1111,11OQ.1O""" .wee A.posuees Nate less a' }i iNeat.
and 32nd St. New'York' na prol.ettoe It kt YOU e

ping, For .....".tJoau or Information"' call on nearest TrtC CANDIOATTo? THC.WOPI'C IV '"0FP**, STATE BANK OF. KI33IMMEE_ .c'P(
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,' . \e'Gsst\ \ llltt.+ ,Valley\\ # GazetteEVKET Hon.. N. P.' BryanT \back oath to to support his native, protect hearth and to'defend take that the -, .'l . '" '' .. .. '. ., ... . I: .., .

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rT Constitution'of the United States and\ : -\ ,. ..'" : ", '" '1,:. ., : .

%, J'UB1.1BlIm FRIDAY.Ofitrte1i *- .' t .' f.. I I i the State of Florida, and properly des .r.. ,".1' "'I...;..:, .,'.;.',";..-..t'I"t"., ,' .;,".'):. .;..... .: ,' :' ';;;'" (, ;.,. ... -. r.. ,., ."..

Valley Gazette Building.\ cOnUnue<'from I mean himself In the practice of his proifession .;: I:. ;' .' .:, :", '. '
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UBSUlltXK.OSCEOLA COUNTY .. who has ".
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fiction that corporation I is a statutory \gone to Florida's metropolis) and by .... ''" ,.
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*.W. B., HARRIS, Editor and Prop'r. I '/ .
body, and make the 'officers', of these honest, earnest, conscientious work has .
S..J.TRIt: >LETT, Associate Editor. corporation trusts subject to rlmlnal J 1 already aryed his.! name in the history '. . -

punishment, and that .he agreed fully of Florida, and reflected credit upon the . .
.SUBSCRIPTION RATES I i Did know that 'you h'a'ye a
OM copy,DIM rear. :V... .1100 with this sentiment. I'! people from among whom-he came. you \
O.._,..t* _at.b.. to Regarding the establishment of - ." J
schools the speaker stated agrlI'cultural f --TO :: t. .,: .
An oee.munetbn..a eept; from our author COME FLORIDA Real ,Live Jewelry Store inKissimmee
ised MM i-pondantm,muit e. rimed by the writer he was in hearty sympathy with the .
a.Jeet.d matter will not boo ratunwd unlwBntOTwl I \
surd I. movement, and if elected to the Senate '

at tile Po.toafa.In a _Im_. Fla.S.luemail ..w would work, to.that. end. He recited Where the Piercing Winter Winds ? .

-- matter.Friday the'jfact that Congressman Clark had Can Not Reach You. ,

attacked proposition when advancedby If you haven't seen the store and can't come in yourself, .
Nov. 25, 191O the late Governor Broward on .the Whosoever will let him come. Why .

I ground that it would mean the admission suffer from the piercing wind'oL the then ask: your neighbors and seer. what they have to say. : _' _

y- of along with the white winter's cold when- Florida, with a .

Is Sent Complimentary. children negroes but recited the fact that in' the congenial weather and lovely climatethe We have a Big LIne of If you'are havi.ngtrouble :

congressman's own home there wag world can not surpass welcomesyou We do all kinds HOLIDAY GOODS ?

Parties receiving: this paper such a school and no negro had eVer entered to come and participate in her lux- with your '

who are not regular< subscribers i it. :! unes and enjoy her balmy .breezes, of Watch and. GLASSEScome ,.
must not think that it Is the Intention I while her beloved stand with Come in and make yourselections are
.to
sans open Clock us; we
t'
Mr. Bryan stated that neither of his I
of the publishers\ to later I,. hearts to take you Ih and make you one; for Gradua.te'
opponents were on record -as favoringthe Repairing ,
-
demand:! of-th subscription ot them.

IVrf price as It 1s sailed j to them complimentary election of United States Senators We learn from history that the first 'CHRISTMAS.optometristb
by a direct vote ot, the people butthat 1 I
by our Board of Coun- Caucassian settlement and the first ,
he had long ago committed himself tothe
ty Commissioners for the purpose town established on :American soil was I r
lie said Mr. Blount
rfi of acquainting them with the pointed proposition.with pride to the fact that he I that august city known to all nations as We will lay them away and save them for you until X Mas

many advantages and opportunities St. Augustine located on the east side .
i had drawn the Judiciary Article of the if you don't care to take them home. .
this town and county offer of the Land of Flowers (Florida), and .
State Constitution, but that this particular
,the homeseeker. The paper will is today one of the most beautiful and
I article of the constitution had
be mailed for a few weeks to any lovely cities on this continent, with its
been amended twice to give relief to his
person whose name is given us, Spanish fort and other relics of ancient
; and if they should desire to receive own county and that only recently a days. Florida was the first land on C. :
new amendment was adopted. by the A..cOLI.
it regularly thereafter we which Columbus the great; explorer of
people to give them relief in the matterof
would be glad to put them on our the high; seas, had the pleasure of rest- -
establishment of more circuit courts.
subscription )list at the regular ing his weary limb. from his long and .-
He atated that his opponents had .
rates-$1 per year. 50 cents for perilous journey. Then it must be first, 'J. I
charged that he was responsible for the :
Biz month.
yet it stands today comparatively a new -
called meeting of the State Executive ,
with millions of of fer-
country acres .
Committee which called the primaryfor tile lands unsettled and unimproved. _ n__u____ _
Tolstoi is the election of senator, and that he ,
.Russia's greatest man, I Florida boast not only of her climate .
can WON VOTES BY WHIPHow
dead much to the pleasure of the Czar. was perfectly willing to take the blame .
but of her health and prosperity .,
forjhaving; done so; that tie wanted the -
well. Invalids from the North and
Volume 1 No. 1 of the Fort Lauderdale people to decide this question and that as .
Hon. N. P. Bryan Captured the
West have been greatly benefited by
Herald has been received sCthis he did this in the face of the fact that a Oysters
to and there is doubt jOur
coming Florida no of Wakulla.
People
office. It is a neatlY" printed 6-page majority of the members of the next I
but that the brittle thread of time has ,
paper and is well filled with interestingnews legislature were pledged to elect him Hon. John L. Neeley this oity and
of that section. United States Senator if the matter been lengthened out for many who Hon. Nathaniel P. Bryan of Jacksonville
came here as a last resort. But don't Lf Have the Tang of the Sea
was left to them. "Both of my oppo- who is a candidate for the United
The demand for an all night light e(!'nts joined me in the request for this understand me to say that people never States Senate were making a tour of - <<-
here 1 have heard it said
service in Kissimmee die though
grows stronger meeting, said Mr. Bryan and then Wakulla county recently. In an impulsive -

every day, and it is believed by many crawfished out of it and laid the .blame.', that they are transformed and become moment Mr. Bryan offended a I We receive our oysters under regulationsof
a and continue life in that
hooting owl
that if- a
electric current: was furnished to me. I I i certain prominent Wakullaite in dhe
through'the it would state. This is not vouched for, but remember : SealshiptSystem which covers the
day soon prove a Mr. Bryan stated that he gave out a town of Crawtordville who left the
that when you live out the allotted growing
paying proposition. newspaper interview in Jacksonville congregated crowd in a surly humor. shucking, shipping, selling
time the Creator has appointed,
to the first of the State backwoodsman rode with
meeting Presently a
pnor t up
-'ac.-eola county was almost a unit for you must depart and give place to the '
i,< vi for the Senate before that'gen- Committee in which he stated it would riling generation. But it is God's will full cow boy equipment. Mr. Bryan, '
not be to additionalpoll being introduced walked and Sealshipt OystersProtected
an on
necessary pay up
an spoke here but now that our that you should enjoy all the comfortsand
tax in order to vote in the primaryand patted the flanks-of his beautiful steed
pie have heard him the knowing blessings He has prepared for you
he still insisted it not and to handle his dexterously
was necessary. began long whip -
-s say that he will receive practical- on this earth and no other state can ,
The Supreme Court had twice decided to the aomiratioh of the as. by an Effective SystemAt w
a IJ m{very vote cast hereon January 10th. offer more. Florida has ever been! pelf- .
that one qualified to vote a sembly. \
4- any in gen- sustaining and will be until the last .
We bate to tell the same story so of- eral.election was qualified to vote in a I The offended man stood off for a while '
of time is wound In 85/ the
syllable up. seaside they are packed Handled in this way they retain -
ten,because we know it causes towns in primary. He said he was in receiptnow and again in '95, when the destroying and viewed the scene. Presently he solid, into air-tight containers and all the freshness and flavor of

Florida to feel sad,lonely and neglected of a letter from Mr. Blount in which angle swept over her, laying waste all walked hastily up and said. then SEALED. The ice is on the oysters just taken from theljeds.
but we just can't keep from again remarking that candidate asked him to join in a "Bryan, if you will crack that whip OUTSIDE of the containers. The They are all solid meats-not a
her common wealth}, she asked no help, containers are in patent Sealship- drop of water has been addedno
that more people get off the request that the whole matter of the I'll forgive all and vote for you. ever .
4' but with her varied resources she livedon ice has ever touched them.
trains at JCissimroee every day than do. poll tax requisite to voting be dispensedwtth "I'll accept the challenge" replied tors.We
and in' a few days was producing have-the sole authority .to They are economical pint is ._ ____.
( at town as if the matter was original the candidate with a voluminous smile.
any other in the state in a I
and marketing various kinds of .produce.j break the seal of the Sealshiptor. enougn for a family of five.' .
week, the)large port cities excepted., with him, I j I Today her wealth is greater than ever He circled the long whip over his head, We transfer the oysters to our .
ea Mr. Bryan closed his address with an I with all the skill of a Texan, and when blueand white' porcelain Seal- "Mark Twsls's Oyster Story". FIIEE"0", ,!'/'x
..before. Her and citrus fruits ,!
tropical "
According to the census returns thereare I II he brought the handle 'to'. the shipticase. We hand) you Seal Call at our store and this ,
eloquent peroration the future of naval poBition get .1 .;'..::.i.t. y 1,
upon j vegetables, phosphate, stores and the "
: in wax-lined
4,600,000. unemployed workers In I shipt Oysters Interesting little story together V
I lash whistled through the air with >
..- the United States. There is ne earthly Florida, and was given tremendous applause -,lumber are increasing her wealth.. mill- enkergy blue nd white Sealshipt paper with a number of shore reeipea,:....:.;;; _
and the cracker recorded record-
when he concluded. He was ,, ions of dollars yearly. I II ,I a pail. interesting 'to housewives. ; :: .
Ir.l. reason why a man should be idle in this
"crack" for Wakulla.
... escorted to the- door of the court breaking
room/ We speak of Florida as a land of
A country when there are millions ofacres i
and .in the audience A cry of approbation went up from
t\1ff of every person stoppedto flowers. Forty or fifty years ago her
productive land in Florida
., shake his hand and wish him well every throat and Mr. Bryan was the
as landscape was almost solidly de:orated |
= awaiting man's magic touch to make i NlEMEYER
hero of the crowd. &
< they left. Whether Nat Bryan wins the /
t \\ them give forth fortunes in the shape with wild flowers; today they are all I
made that WILEY/
I II "You more votes by performance -
senatorship or not he certainly ought to but the tide of immigration from
fruits vegetables and field crops. ._ gone "
exclaimed enthusiastic
an -
? know now that the peopleof Kissimmeeand the North and West is again filling it I II pard

Every so of tea a certain class of Mex- Osceola county are proud of him ; With the rarest flowers of the Creator, friend, "than you would have '

) s evolve the idea that the proper they have not forgotten the splendid{I those that only bud in this world and I done by an hourof your beautiful talk." i j

fig to do is to revolt against the government young boy"who walked three miles toI I(,I bloom in eternity where their fragrance The distinguished father of Mr. Bryan .

and one of 'these occasions ap- school; who filled his spare hours with I t and beauty never fade. was one of Florida's hardy pioneers, Dr. F. G. Thomason T. AI[ RIVERS D
//a.
'I and taught his son Nathaniel all the arts ,
pears to' be In full swing! down there at honest labor on the farm and spent his : Come to Florida! Lay aside all pre- i. .

sf ;:.U>e present time but as the old gentle- vacation periods In the saddle as a cow- 'I!.judice and vain/ allusions and take a look of cattle herding.-Tallahassee Democrat '

men pot the head of affairs In Mexico got boy; the sturdy young man whose ear- I at Florida. I PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON

his'job'through the involute route; we ly training and bright intellect enabled I I i The tomahawk buried shall rest. in theI Forethought. t.eel PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office Osceola

guess he'll be able to keep Us mongrel him to win a law diploma in half the And ground and good will to the nation Husband-You don't mean to say you I oyer Pharmacy
peace
subjects from doing any great amount time it took the average law student ; 'I abound. paid $250 for that gown' Wife-Oh, t Residence 63

t of.damage.. .1 1 the, young man who preferred to come j I i 1 I V A. L., Hayes. not! I left that for yon to do..' j Office Phone 74 Residence, 126 PHONES {Office 148 ,


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K'Qet. .It from us or 'some other reliable ., ,, j ,* 1T" r t t ,, 'a"'3", y'' r' y Railways under construction: ; Titles

j31L ,Coy--but get it and do it NOW. Only a few I i r, # f' 4 / 4 ,, qty"t ,t{ ' guaranteed; Abstract free. '-

short 'years and every acre of this grand l ; f t s5 r f! f The lands are undulating prairie and pro- .

.;' ou&trHthe "Italy of America"-wijl sell at _____ duce in abuncance-Pineapples, Grapes, Oranges -

l' "(such' prices that will be beyond the reach of Grapefruit, Millet Corn, Sugar Cane,

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

-are not nice. Zt Crops Pecan Nuts, etc. etc. Anything you

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

.ur Prairie lands will be given a" photo of his u1 The finest YEAR ROUND white man's

fanoWE: -ORIGINATED this dan of selling climate ON EARTH: -thrown in free.

land and would like your opinion" of it. ,; t' _ ja Present prices: $20.00 an acre, 20 '

Wouldn't YOU like to own a tarm like _ acres upwards; $1.00arra< re down and $1.00 "

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this? We have over 125OOO. acres-you fy a an acre monthly. No taxes or interest.
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i'iI I take your choice if-you apply now and you ;' h Telephone service now available. Steamboat *-

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

examine z railway rates. Saw Mill on the land supplies
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' .... witfi i your tm'jaSr;' money.will be cheerfully. nJ VJ have averaged over 1000 acres PER DAY ",
.rr ..- "* 111 herd If 'nMlN&. i hrtlsar and.. tat bM d. TttSM IM{. fists Fvn adz Sr tlm Ml and eyery purchaser made

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, n.', ',: >? TbeKteslQimeelYalleu'Gazette Attention is called to the advertisement Mr. and Mrs. d., W. BrlJl'bBllz their'' TOMMY JOHN DEAD :,',' ;: ,..4<

: -- of Cole's new jewelry store in this nice, Miss Hamilton, and Mr. " ', ,' ' '
I'" -' iaeye of the Gazette; Mr. Cole's store Edney,arrived In the city last : \'j
;.::: I'';" TELEPHONE NO. 11., tVr.f. would be a credit to a town three time spend the winter and have secured '5eininote"Brave ,: homeis

: the size of Kissimmee.. and his.stock is. rooms with Capt. and Mrs. Breaker, on Another. Passes Into your ',

PUBLISHED BV'ERY 'FRIDA? al\) new and up to date. Mabbette street. Mr. Brighnm.ls interested the Happy Grounds. y '.
in the growing of gensing and I
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,i', : '" :-BY""; ..' Regular services at the Christian has ordered some seed sent down from Word baa just been received '
s. ,. es::"A"u"'e, Church next Sunday morning and even his garden in Ohio} with which he will through I "ready come and see 'it; ,
Billie Bowlegs that ,John' is .
-' ng. Bible school at 10 o'clock; preach experiment while here this winter. Tommy ,
. = S ]ing at 11 and-, Christian Endeavor at dead. The ,letter'came'' to Mr. J. M. .
6:15, prayer-meeting Thursday evening; On account of the high water in the Willson, J/, whom the Seminoles For only"r at?.. f S, J,, Vance pastor. lake it has been found impracticaMa to 'and-winter vegetable garden farm situated on the main line of the Atlan'f
Weather Report .. intall the septic tanks for the' sewerage always recognize a* their beat white tic Coast Line. R. It, midway'between KISSIMMEE-and Lou hman. Fla. '

,U The great-humber' of people who- came system just at this time, and for the friend. Tommy John, was one of the 'I lake highlands '

,. to Kissimmee this' week has taxed the present the sewerage will be discharged most intelligent of the Indiana; he was tfoplc
Following are the daily temperature brain of our hotel and boarding housekeepers into the lake instead Mr. friendly' clean in morals, manly and This Is the high ridge land west of the railroad and is in the beautiful '

and precipitation as 'to care for them, but up to the Kramer, the engineer informs us, how. brave and looked his tribe. ) highland lake region semi-tropiea], Florida-the very heart of the "
presentwe }have, heard of none who.didnot ever, that thi arrangement is only up to..by fruit growing and vegetable raising section of the ltat.!'.' ,A splendid crop VV V
reported by ths. Government procure comfortable quarters "_>:. temporary and that the septic tanks Tommy John was the. son of old Tom now on the tree.. '0 e t

station\ at Kissimmee for the' will be Installed\ as soon as practicable.Mr. Tiger; an Indian!i remembered by many "

week ending Nov 2+ 1910. Rev. Father Fox of Orlando will come of our -first Kissimmee citizen He no swoupno wet. lands-no stagnant }water ..
""'\. to Kissimmee Saturday morning Devotion 'Orange Durand of Watervjile, This is a/high rolling* country dotted with lake of crystal water' f ,
also deep :
4 t '\ MAX HIM. BAUf In the'revening at 7.80 in the Minn,,.arrived in the city Friday for was a grandnephew of old Chief-I and drained with fut flowing .water courses Here can make a >
chapel at the home of Mrs. A. Tress the winter,., and perhaps will' remain tain Tallahassee, and had many,of T'allahassee' home. you
beautiful Many of our customers are now here clearing land,
. . .. 80 60Saturday , here as he has for years
Friday ahd mass will be said on Sunday morning permanently trait '
.. building'their houses, etc.-you will have plenty of good neighbors In ."
. . . 73 65 ;46 at o'clock Iii Fraternity Hall Op- been a sufferer, from rheumatism of It to almost month. this will be a settled this is a j ,
which he will cure4 after enjoying was Tommy John twenty stew country, as a colony proposition ..
Sunday. . . . 71 W era House '. climate e I agothat Mr. Willson showed If you don't' like the low flat country and have been waiting'for' ;w! ',
delightful and.drinking our years t
Monday. . . . 74 66 Major F. L. McKusick of Minneapolis our pure artesian; water a ahorKiime. Mr. some Carlisle Indian photographs to some good high, rolling; land to be placed on the m.rket-th1I[ is yeur ,';,,

Tuesday. . . 73 61 Minn., adjutant of the Minnesota Durand has been reading the Valley illustrate the I improvement that'educaX opportunity. and Highland it at in Florida is .carce-don't neglect this opportunity ?
-come see
Wednesday. . 76 46Thursday Soldiers Home, came to Kissimmee on Gazette for some weeks, and, ia"here as ono.I
. Monday and will remain during the a consequence. lion makes; as Tommy noted the closely 'r '
54 our terms
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winter. his possible Mr. McKusick I cut hair and the American dress/tie remarked "
will become a permanent: resident of J. H. Bryan of Kissimtnee was in" "Indian no 'want books make You pay-only II an acre per month. tlO' a month for a ten-acre V I. ,y
of KiBsimmee.J! Taft.on Saturday and gave ale experience tract; $20 for a twenty-acre tractetc.. The price is $25 .an acre. This ,4 ,3
of Florida: "I have been in a good him white man;|long time ago Seminoleshad. gives you over two years in which to complete payment. 1' y

,. NWNM : Mr. J. S. Stratton spent yesterday in many/: etatee and none'of them suit me lands, cattle, horses; white man f
the city and reported that he was making like-Florida. The *'tlimate can't be beat.! steals 'em. *-. no',taxes-no fees : '

!: splendid progress in building the The soil isbpoductive, and almost every It is not so many years ago that the You pay no taxes, no recording fees-you pay for the land that ,
J THE LOCAL FIELD.WNlAN Whittier thing can be grown here. We have the "
new road from to Basmnger. weN is all. "
contented
Seminoles
I and happy on
the contract for which was transferredfrom ;; finest fruit, and Te largest variety;
: Mr. L. E. 'Lmdaey to him by the also all kinds of vegetable It is a the rich lands of the Kissimme Valley if you should die wti

- --------------------,- commissioners at their last meeting.Mr. good country to 'live ift>.'-\:-Taft Mes now being bought; by thousand of new I Before completing payment for your land we will at'once and with. ..,..a ,
----- -- senger. "- settlers:0 To those interested in the* out any further payment being made, give a warranty deed to the .

Mr. F. W. Hill of Narcoossee visited -R.:W. Gotshall representing the Rev. George; Weatherbee,"/ o re- history of our country it is a pathetic person named by you :, \; .
In Tampa this week. Holt Caterpillar Company, of Peoria at Christian Alliance V
graduated a
cently Story, that these picturesque people are
111., has been spending the last three institute at Nyack. N. Y., ha* no expense for ditching
Kati paid a visit to friendsin weeks the Kisslmmee prairie assisting slowly but surely vanishing from our 1
Mrs. M. :3n
been called to work in North Carolina, The land i Is high and naturally drained-put your money into other .
Wednesday. out the large gasoline
Orlando on traction in trying which his recently and left a few !days Since to take up his ,t. Improvement The land is very clear and open so that clearing II an ,. ,

Attorney L. G. Starbuck of Orlandowas sold engine to the Southern company Colonization labors in that state Mr. Weatherbeeis ;: easy matter-there is very little heavy timber-AND PRACTICALLY ..-
a son of Mr. Ira WeatherbeS of Hill- Old paper* for sale at this office NO PALMETTO. .* -
Tuesday. ,
in the city on ? ,
Company.The I lard's Island and is a young man of 20 cents i ndred. . '

Mr. John L. Reaves spent Thanksgiving large reservoir at the waterworks unusual ability and attainments. He i II free railroad transportation M. '

with relatives in Sanford. plant is a beautiful and Interest- well equipped for the high calling which* We will pay your fare'round' trip from Kissimmee and give you a .
ing sight. The reservoir, which will he has chosen, and will\ prove a powe We have ordered delightful surrey ride to the lakes through a beautiful country. Write i..
Our classified ads. are not expensive results. be used only in case of fire, is ten feet for good in his new field of labor. us a card stating what day you would like to make the trip and our Sales '", 'i'; J;

and are almost sure to bring deep, and is kent full and running out TONof Manager Mr. Stryker will meet you either at Loughman or Kiisimmee. .,. .;. ..
natural Mr. C. W. Fleming is in receipt of a .A 'V "
Born on Monday, November 21st, too the overflow pipe by the pressure V .a,
of the artesian water, which is as letter from .is old 'home at Grand '
Mr. and Mrs. W. D.; Smith a fine boy. clear. crystal and absolutely pure. Ledge Mich:, stating that the weatherat Assorted Red BandCANDIES .
Florida Fruit & Truck Land Co.V
Mr.J. W. Harwell, of Tallahassee. I that place is already very disagreeable :

Ala., visited relatives in this city the I Mr. G. Roy Hill, who has for the past the thermometer hovering around "
few months been connected with the -the zero mark and snow beginning to
past week. I Hunter Land Company was promotedto fly. He expects quite a number of his Kissimmee or Loughman Fla. ;

Don't fail to read our classified col a more responsible position in the Grand Ledge friends to visit Kissim FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE :

umns. You may find just what you main offices of the company in Minneapolis. mee this winter, some of whom will be- .. ,
You couldn't tell it from the 40c kind
'g. advertised there. come permanent resident Mr. Flem .. _
want Minn., and left' Wendesday night 0I ;
but sell it
for that place. Mr. Hill has made many ing's new residence is progressing;, but we desk blotters '
and Nettie Yowell Notice. Large tor sale at this
Misses Emma fast he would like, on accountof -'
as
went down to Haines City and spent friends in Kiasimmee who regret to see not inability as to secure material.Mr. ONE POUND 15c office for 10 cents. p

Thanksgiving with Mrs. Jacob. I him' leaye. TWO POUNDS 25cPut Notice is hereby: given, that the registration I V

On the first Wednesday of each and M.s J. M. Will lon, Jr., are books of Osceola Co. will be open 1'. A. VANS AOMEW" W. ..caAWI'OU
The American Woman's League will month the lady members of the Baptist adding greatly to their already beautiful at myofflceatKissimmeeandatvarioueprecincts '..
meet promptly at three o'clock Monday Mrs. Church hold a social in the'Sunday- home in North KiBBimmee by giving in your order early and get a I throughout the county, from VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD =:''
afternoon at the residence of school rooms, adjoining the church. their residence a coat of paint. The good assortment.. November 30th, 1810, to December 30th.

Pfann. Every member" is requested to attendour WilUon home is one of the noted places I 1910, during the hours specified by law Attom. r. avt S.aroootaxy 0
-1 his next social, which will be held on of our city, and few visitors come here for the purpose of registering all par 1
Judge G. F. i flribbs was greeting lastTuesday Wednesday afternoon December 7th, but who pay it a visit. The magnificentoak City Fruit Store ties eligible }to registration. Pu'bllc -., 1

many old.friends on our in streets from Nar- from 3 to b. Come and bring a fnendwitt grove; surrounding it is the work C. W. Griffin, } OIlle.1 4-4 Chu.1III .-....._...\ ,
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having come -you.Mr. entirely otMr and Mrs. Willson, they Supervisor of Registration of Electorsin neakfaiiij g
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coossee for the day. having planted every one of the stately Niemeyer & Whey Proprietors and for Osceola County. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA t
/ G. B. Woodall and family are I r,
David' D. Kidd will hold tree If all householders in the city
Thtev. church oil moving to the New Eden Plantation, of took the tame pride in their home as J
1 services in the Episcopal and which ne i II foreman; and which lies on do these good people, Kissimmee could .
Sunday next. Morning prayer/ Lake Center distant from Narcoossee certainly be called one grand park. r
sermon at 11 o'clock. about two miles. Mr; Woodall states as

of RiverView, one that the New Eden Plantation is fast Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Frisbie of .
Mr. Hiram Moody of the' Kissimmee bejng put into shape, and that he will Aurelia, Iowa, and their sister Mrs. ,
of the cattle kings several days plant several hundred acre in field crops P. -9. Phelps, of Burlington, Vt., arrived -
Valley has been spending,
in this city Wednesday evening to
next spring. .
___ !in the city this,week, spend several months., They will occu- "
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leave Messrs. L..I. Whidden and J. J. py Mr. Frisbie's new winter home on y *. f
Mr, S. B. AuUman expecUto Woodall and their families went oyer to Mabbette street. Mr., Friable called at .

) ':' ,:,";..;+: today for a trip to Tampa in his hand' Dick Wand Cove yesterday in Mr. the Gazette office yesterday and expressed -
I "'" J ) ' some Cadillac machine. f /' Whidden' launch and spent the day himself as highly gratified to ::. .
..h..j: >kl'-'" '/ and shooting. They found extensive which
an&nterest plcnicing note the : Improvements Frost..P.rotectior"r
ii '; Will M'cLaughlin hapurcli..ed duck and snipe plentiful and returned have taken place In our city since he A. '
,' with Mr. Smith in the new Home in the afternoon with well-lllled bags, left in the spring. He also stated that ; .
Bakery and they will operate under the and highly pleased With their Thanks he expected quite a number of people

/1l rm name of Smith & McLaughlin giving outing. from his section of the country to come

/ Mrs Helen Perdew was called to Hon.. C. A. Carson and Mr. A. E. down later in the season., )

./ Jacksonville on Sunday to be at the Donegan' of Kissimmee, were among -- --- - tt ,
bedside of her father, Mr. Jo*. Bishop. the prominent Floridians in Orlando 7
DEER AND TURKEY .
/ 'who is dangerously ill with asthma yesterday. They came up with Hon. ".

N. P. Bryan candidate for United
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Newhouse, of States Senator, who spoke at several
Pine Island Minn., have arrived m the places in Orange county yesterday and Numerous on the Prairies in Lower atKISSIMMEE \ : ,

city to spend the winter and have fast night in the opera house.-South Part of County.

taken rooml .t Capt. H. M. Breaker's. Florida Sentinel.Mr. "'WI:

i & Itis possible that more hunting parties ,'0"- i_>t .
Messrs. W.:'' E. and L. J!;. Overstreet C. D. Edick has purchased the :' :
have returned from Fort Myer. where D. F. Parker place. next to R. T. But- are outfitted at Kissimmee than at any .. ,

they recently completed a large con- ler' residence and now proposes to other place in Florida as persons whomake . ,
tract for gathering and shipping fruit. make Kissimmee his permanent home. a habit of hunting every season) ... -,1''

Mr. and Mrs. Edick spent last winter .,..c"oi.rt
know that more game is to be found on y
Rev and M: .. Bunyan Stephens ama. in this city, and were so well pleased
Mr. J. M. Gardner returned yesterdayfrom that they came back this fall deter- the prairies in the middle and+lower sections

UmaUlla. where-they attended a mined to locate permanently. of this county than in any other PARK ::: :
Wekiva Baptist Association. }
meeting of the Mr. W. S. Alyea will leave Mondayfor locality in the State. ;;

Lake Charles, La., where he has This season there were fully fifty "
= '.
Prof. De Wilton Alderman of Basin- extended landed interests, and after at- different parties, numbering from two , /, ,, .

has been spending the week in this tending to a few minor business matters to ten, came here and outfitted for e 1",...;" ." -"''-" VV
'Sty 1 having been there, will go on to his home at : ; r, '
;his achopl temporarily bunting deer and turkey IQ) the-KJssim- ; ; < {j .
the holidays
of an Atchison Kas.. to spend '
suspended on account : }'" "
measles.Mr. with Ills family.; Mr. Alyea will returnto mee Valley and nearli'every one of .',' j ;. .' t,q v,
Kissimmee in the early part of Jan- them had exceptionally good luck kill- >
.,. if.i::
who ; .
of Orlando
C. C. Jones i:
,
uary. ing as many deer,and turkey. were ,1- .

spent capacity the of summer ojeman in Kissimmee for Contractor in the The bomeseekers and visitor are allowed by law. Of course, ,as the Is alone worth the price of the land ':;!, , :;....;'.. ,...

W.: F. )KeJlejLtwas a visitor bete on now coming in in large numbers, and galley become. settled up by farmers 0 .. ,,' ,
'*' :.. notwithstanding the additional facilities becomes '," %1"'
Thunday., them which and truckers the game more ,. ( :.r. '" ,,
accommodating ._
for
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.- Following tie\ penal custom principal have been provided I. the past year It''' scarce and ,at the rate settlers are : ), ,) ,

B, M. Evans adjourned the Osceola will only be a short time now till the moving into that section it will be only . : :'" \
High School from Wednesday after- city will be equally as crowded as it a few years until hunter Will be forced :-'i.\. \; : ,

noon until Monday in observance of waa the past season. A large percentage to go into the Everglades if he desiresto ;"' ; ,F .0-
lots '
Thanksgiving. of the new comers are buying ;
homes. kill anything larger than a quail ,. '
Major A. C. Hospes of Stillwater. and building Osceola county bas for many years V' " '

Mina., : arrived on Monday on a prospecting The play, "The MUBIC Hall Girl" been termed the,hunters' paradise. and
tour but will remain throughout given at the Opera House on Wednesday Indians tell We Prove It : :
the Seminole manyjwonder- I
the winter anyhow and possibly was splendidly rendered and well ,1
permanently.Mr. patronized. The lessee of our playhouse : ful tales of the "big hunts" and "big '- V .t.r"

are endeavoring to give Kissinf- eat*" they'enjoyed in bygone days in ,

-, Bate Barnes the the Orlando expert Reporter-Mergen-' mee theatre-goers full value for their the Kissimmee Valley, but the march of \ w.., ,' J .
thsler operator on the of good, wholesome e '
in way
in the with money civilization is acting here the same_as .4 .
Stir, spent Thursday city and clean plays by first-class companies } ,, ,
relatives and friends, returning homeon and deserve to be well patronized. it acted ,on the great plains of :the ,
the night train. W"Bt-the bark of the hunting dog and

laid handsome Messrs. Safford & Ch.ldres have crack of the rifle ia being supplanted .
'Our merchants have all in rented the bakery of Mr. E. A. Nie the

stocks of Christmas goods, and meyer, and being practical bakers of by the whirr of the reaper end the -

the";itores now present an appearance long experience, will carry that bust- chuftg; of the automobile. -
wh remind us very forcibly that the than it has -II
success
/ n _G to even a greater
.
J I "' holicw season is near. heretofore enjoyed. The new firm will Ye Gift "- ., _
Shop.Mr. .
.
r..- / "TnanltsglvSngtoay( was observed here do all in its power to meet the wishes

yesterday by: a general closing of the and demands of the bakery's patronsby J. F. Brown is opening up this

",: ""; stores and business houses, and many a strict attention to attention business to and all week a curio store having rented one Kissimmee Valley Land Company
courteous and prompt
took advantage of the opportunity forK customers. side of the Misses Hodges Millinery I ,

;;,T,., a day's fishing or hunting. store for that purpose. He has christened -

: }Hon. 'C."A.. Carson spent Wednesday Mr. X. A. Kramer constructing engineer his place,"Ye Gift Shop," and I 'I 'IH
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of the city's waterworks \ r
,,'1<, In 'Orlando, having accompanied Mr. in charge "
full line of Florida souvenirs -
and sewerage plants who has : will carry a J. E MATTOCKS.( Manager
', N. P. Bryan that far on his canvassing '
>
the last ten days here cards and art novelties of all ;
'. totiri In the interest of hia candidacy been spending post f :
tor United States Senator. overlooking the final details and accept-I I of which he now has a nice stock and Kissimmee Florida, x'p :..M
'
the work of the contractors will ;" .
ing the trade. He will ,,
,(: his home. Mr. Kramer i Ie ready to apply 1"' :1' ".r I :""
c'r \. \ Toe class in Domestic Science and leave tonight' for : j; / ;
,'"H' .. .:Home Economics promises to be the is enthusiastic over our splendid make a specialty of holiday goods," 'o'1 ,, ,',.".' s"f

,i'baa: er claaa of the-,League "point' of artesian water supply and says we havea Mr. Brown will also still follow his f f I' ,4 .: ti

I numpers. All full paid; and note paid plant of which any city may well feel occupation} aa photographer, and especially
'me ben mat. take, this course. Itwoo proud. lie Is"'also in love with our solicits Kodak finishing and out .. ; "
,, be well to enroll at' and climate and an exceedingly -
once get predicts ""'f** .
'the Arst'leason., .r' ,' bright future for our city, of town work. : ,,.., ,' r*
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yProceedings '
'--1: .',.' I.r"y !I --. .-. -_.NNnNM.t1eN.N.eta. NN MMry . 1 > Thompson'Roberts. weie examined and ,
; of theCounty" .
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\ approved. *


,---.:. Banking: :Re\at.\ona with-- ) Commissioners ;examined and referred back 'to Mr. .
1\\ Cole on account .- .inaufficent bo'nds- * *
NEW'CPI S O < of "
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r men, : .. Improved. Rose No. 4. .
i '" ----- -: :- '" -' i I Tnere.being no further bus ass, the ,

Any information 'ardinj( Banking In this section of the :, The Board-of Kissimmee. Fla., Nov1. 7, 1910. board'adjourned to meet" again. 1 .in{ .regular -, Red Bliss Triumph > Irish Cobblers
County '
Ay' .. i country will be cheerfully): given, and your business with i in and for Osceola county, met Commissioners in 1 | Session. / / I H r . . .' .

i us will be strictly confidential.Citizensl&ank I tar session the above date theta*rejru-being j E. L. LESLEY ,k Chflrman. Five; .Head.Screened. Selected Stock, lit 1'150.111..-Sacks"'*\ M
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A. E. DON EG AN, Clerk ..
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; present E. I Lesley, chairman E. ,
; These
'grown for
potatoes were
4 .us under contract In the beat ,,
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U D. Overstreet' .A"* L.; Bass, E. R. : potato section of.Maine They. ire true to name''and derfirabls In
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of Kissimmee i ia'I'BtJa I Bass J. H. Walker 'commissioners P. 'i Proceedings of ,every'way., The RIGHT :SEW> is most essential for success '' '. .

A. Vans Agnew attorney for the board, I growing this crop. .
= E. DoNICO n. ... PrANN W. R. NORTON i and Arthur E. Donegan. auditor. ,. . . -. "
P..Id.Dt
VIe..P..Id.Dt. CaahUr the
School
Board
. r minutes '
sa -.....................................................................,...................................."...............i The of th& last meeting were. IDEAL POTATO MANURE ;
: read and appr ved. :. and W.: & T/s' HASTINGS P
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:-= Pension application of!Samantha Un- POTAT.O SPECJVL{; are the RIGHT FERTILfeERSSend"
4 derhill was examined and approved. Kiaslmmee, Ft*., Not 8, 10. r

The Board of Public\ Instruction met for.,our booklet entitled "Irish Potatoes d dI
C. L. Bandy, Tax Collector, filed his ,
list of errors and in solvencies which in regular session, there being present .
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fide GuisienA'utoGarage 'W. C. Chairman ..
were approved. .He also filed his final I Bass E. E. Brown. .

report showing all taxes collected for and J. B. Tumblin; also W. J.. Sears, Wilson & Toomer'Fgrtilizer Co., I

the 1909. Superi tendent. .
year 5
''t -AGENOYxFORr Tax Collector's license report showed I Minutes of last regular session were Jacksonville! Fla, .*

tope amount of $704.75 collected for the read and approved.. .

"' county. | B. C. Miller, County Treasurer reported a

'BUICK U -. I I Tax Collector's poll tax report aa follows: r ,
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GA AND. --- - -
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1' OVERLAND . showed the amount of $54.00 collected. I Kissimmee Fla Nov. 1, '10. t

HUDSON . I' The Treasurer'. report .showed the To the Honorable Board of Public In- ,

.. WHITE STEAM 'CARS. following balances in the various funds: struction in and for Osceola County. < i

Revenue .. . t80t! *"> I 1 herewith tender my report Treasurer i alrrh'

.. Road 21 29\ I of Osceola County for the monthof Boy's Pants .

Supplies, Repairs and Accessories The fo'Iowing bills were*'''examined October A. D. 1910 .' .' .
and approved and warrants;: ordered SCHOOL PBNO.: alac
: To balance from last report (86D 110 Warranted not to rip.
t AMPLE GARAGE draw To ami. recelred, /from W.J. Hears, Bale '
; : . earn and mil 8 daya i t tJ 1500 Another pair if they do.
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4 ROOM' P ONE 164l a Stratton com and mil 8 meeting 1800 booki ,,X 13211 .
d To ami received from-Citizen BankLoan .. .
B: L Lesley cora'awl. mil t meeting 12 00( . .. 1,600 WOBNCKAt. ..
P A Vans Agnew legal ""'Ice. 20 K4 Also
just received
To amt. reed from Tax Col., poll '08 a new assortmeutMEN'S
Arthur E Donngnn.elk and and 66 OO
17.00; '00, |17 001; tax, SS.U . 6212
C F Prnvatt. rare Jail 12 (0 ALL
WOOL
Kl.almmee Cn 2 "- 8 00
Telephoae phone man. 12.049 U .. 118t
I
: Kveretl' Bur, janitor 32 SO I
Bv >&ld".rI'aotau""ru.t .. . . 730 54
T M Milrphr.county Judge salary 25' 00 TROUSERSBverything t
New Shoe Store Elmer R R..om/ rnentlugB and mil. :.HI\ on By balance . $1,814 67
J H Walker com 1 meting and mil 2
C F Prevntt. ommltted coot lu Orr cane 410\ J'o.bal tram lant report . 4966 in Men's and
A W CroHby oupt poor farm, care paap 62 00'' scHOOL .-nh.T, NO 3.
T M Murphy, coma not A dla ao apl fund m 93 To bal f mm last report . .. .. . HJ 1(1 Boy's wearing apparel. ',
U W A.hIDD.ro.d roll 4Wftol I sYl
Children's Shoes pay '
Ladies' Gent's and "Rno'.OVB.D'8T.' 1<0.4. - --
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t Kt.simmw..l1ey O..zotte.prlntln 14' 40 To Iwlance from lant report 1 U 49
OM eola Hardware.. rep for pump 15 (XI I I ..... '
l1 HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE To am t rooolved from Tax Col. ta" 70
Dr, J D Chiinn attention to pauper 10 00HI '
Po.t.1TnlegraphCo.. telnaram : I 11 ]I'l C. W. DANN 1 1sY'

and YouT Bur ., Z Koberaitn. drum for pauper 8 ::10 By paid warrants ai per lint JD 00 ,

See MARSH & WHIDDEN J 1..on..alery! and few . 7i 33B lly halnurc I a I'lII .
CASH BASIS C Mlllvr 1| comml1i.l"nn 72 11 C. MILLER, County Trea urer.
, 1. T/-/E STORE OF QUALITY" I
C Bandy coniniiRniDiin 71 n4
STATE BANK BUILDING Warrants were examined and cancelled -
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\S K R DaBficom and multi, meeting 1.1 (WI) -
K I. Ix.l.'y. coin' 4th meeting 1110 ,I j in open session in the Bum of
1 ,) !'14tr.ttnn com and mil 4th meetingS fl UJ> t749.56.
1r1 : L D OvtTHtrcet, rom and mil 4th meet 3,011 Bills were approved and warrants
KlMlmmee) Kloutrln Co HKhu jail 2 mo 3 N

TOE [ .vuar.o .r OW R I. Aahton Roberta,IlaufclnKcr repair. pump pay roll. .. .. \120 H 36Mon ) W issued C llaa as. Mum follows bard: Public In.. 'I 00 1ST.CONTRACTOR F. BASS
Ifs PID EEB G S ;
? PlUJIIBIJG SHOP I.IEDIdUNDaSWABEY i A W Crosby, mcrctiatidlKe pauper .1 ;00 K' E Brown, Mom Board Public In. A 00 .
wltn.... J II Tumblln. omloar.1 Public toe II (OtlIX I
Bana, pron atty 1 1\6
Mlllir, Cop Tr.-.. 2 4 BI'
Jeff Burlier road work B O)
Valley (Jiuiettc, prlutlng and notice 14 00)
\ CONTRACTING PLUMBER WIII"r & Canon, mule feed 12:111.\] I sA'
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. 0'1'<>01. hardware Company eupplica 32 06 j and BUILDER
U W Ann toll, V llltlier pay rollHay nr( so ,
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.. Ho..Greve. unpplie 3.r 39L'
George haiillnu) lumbar 2 60
. PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES H J """eo.k, road work 2 00 K' Wade labor 1004)( J JR '
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I> Ilolmen, flupplloa 7 7.5v'HMaktu.ouCompeny.uppRea
Kii.lmniite Lumber Co., lumber :X 80 % . 745 Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Eftl-v I

Tinning. Brazing, Pipe Cut ting, Threading W C.harlHaArnold: A Eubank. road, haulingV work .. M II! 00(WI R M KTIIU. prlunlpal .1!II 0 00 mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whathi \,

Steam Pipe Fitting Pump Work > R linupcrion roiul work. . 00 Mm A A. Hmpion, teacher U"O: lMliu ,.1.* it be Two-Room Cottage or a Toifrist Hotel. ,
Sadie Hamericli teacher 100 OilMira --
and General Jobbing Jamm Chapman road. work 44 4.1 Suite) Gohlmlan. teacher 100 OOMlai Makes a Specialty of ] r
Roes Grav .. nalliQ 7r: ARTESIAN3WELLS!
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Kmma Fiitcbtaacher 100) 00
N Goof assortment ol'BATH': TUBS, LAVATORIES, CLOSETS, SINKS, ETC. always ii stockljt A Sheffield, fixing roster. pipe 1 00 Miss Delia Leach Weber . 100 OHMinn in which he has met with the greatest success '
C f Prevttt.. taking prli to conrint cmp 82 (00 Albino Smith, Le.oher .. 100 00 of any man in Florida. '
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eonMrountr courtfeed M Mias r-
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.. Mlsa Edna McKenzie, teacher 100 (JI) -
W+Pieii4'a4lp44 t4444i+bs444444....444i11a+144VFterV billLewis :20 Mesa :M. C Bryan teacher Wo 00 ;Give him .your work t i 5' .
.a Johnaoji, work on road. & 26
Minn Flo..le Pauaon, teacher 100 ro done.Kissimmee .Fla.'t
will be well and
R L Lanier removing logs from !Oad. 21 00 ..quickly .
Emma . ...... .. .
:: : Full line School Supplies especially : Wal..n..road.. worl _.....,-;.", .. ...,.,. 1&-00 Mia MI..II.mleWoodall.Youeli, teacher teacher.. .84 100 (00 JO . .
MarlouLanterroM: 4orkr'x. 1200
.i.it d slgu djror' Osceola High School J A Broimon, road Work......... ...., 22 Mir Jontlne Favutt teacher.,... 70 00 C Our
; :, ... . : ; .. J. It Bteffer. teacher .:.: ,.,. ** 00Ml. ,.. f
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.5 5 William Clark, road work ,..r, .." :,. .d onS LUlle Dale, te.ch.r.4.J.: ....,. Of' 80 00 .- -- \. rH llal
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:: : PRICES LOW and QUALITY GOOD. :. : J W n\Y Cliirk.Clark. ,,road road""ork..1.worK'.4't..1.....*..... ..'.. II 00 7& Mia* Medora Roaaall. tellOl et.p.I..,. 40 00 ++M4 +++++4"PI+++++ + FH Fh1 ++++ I"FI ...411ttM4+ Iq+I FI1''. ziiot
c.P. Belknao. teacher..a. 4000
: C O Cromartle. road work..... . .. .. '4000
i ******** .. Lee B.... road work .. .. . 15 00 Mine Nellie Hodges teacher .s5 DO V
; ...*>*.*. .. John H Bnlnden, road work. .. .. . 0 COF kllaa Nettle Hodll".teMeh..r. ;. IS 00 THE STORE L LFirst on
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G. M. Hubbard. teacher 80 00
4 i W Hill d.p ring.. off.. ICo.. 8 ..,. .. .... .. 20 flO I Mine Eluie Are,.. teacher .:... .. .. 40 01! lg F dts
Q T Chandler 7 :2000
U M. Hubbardteacher . .. ... .. IS (00 *!
ti Kissimmee Drug Co. | J"hoI Baladan " 8 MM i Postoffice
. Mlaa Rlil: Ar.y, teacher & 00
: Young TlDilall .0 5 MOO i
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Mlna Roes Rogen teacher S5 CO and
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I : :1 A E: Drought (1".' 4 . .. ....... M> 90WLCampbell Fred Harvey, teacherMian . . .. .. .. . 40 Od I.
H 22 60 .
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91 .4..rA1r1r...+ktl 1htk.tkl 4iM. sitFAnP k/M1h.1M k/R/Mt1N1 .1M/F1a1k1111F111F1k M " . ... . Battle Leeoh. 50 00 There you will 'find SHOES HATS !
0110 C Bronnou. 2Vm :2000 ,
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Mia Camllle Morrlaon teacher 41\ 00
- - \ Lmlth (colt wltneaa pros attr.. ... I 00 .... .. ... .... .. . T
.. :or. Erne Lawson teacher O 00 DRY GOODS AND '
Charlie William ". . I 00 NOTIONS,. all of]JIb| est I
,. .. .. h Miss Hattla Leech teacher. .. .. .. 60 00
R G CanoTa .. .. .. 100 Mir. Kffle Lawson teacher .... ..... .. 4S 00
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B H 100John quality and lowest
Guy
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.. M. G. Hendenon teacher J'IO
-. Franklin 100 ,: Pearl Smith teacher .. .. . ... ..... 40 00 'ILL
I. H Edmund 8wab i< wk c h water plant 2 00 .. Nellie Wetherbee teacher; .... .. 7000
wl J D Chuiin, examlaing dead bodies 24 00 . ... .. .. Call Before Buying Elsewhere
DeWllton Alberman, teacher. I'M 00 | t
NEW ot =
rS Our STOCK A M Story drajrage .. . .. ..... .. .. .. 40 M.... Bewle L>awaon, teacher. .... .. .... M 00 ,
atria Bank borrowed mon 4 mOl rd Ind 2MW 00 . ..... ... ..
I State flanklnt.re.toa' aboye .. .... . 64 00 L Jordon.Rosa Regera teacherHlaa teacber.. .. .... ... ... M lf 00 00 H's+ H'M+....+++'I+++++ra ++++t4+*++..+i+++++in+++..;:: (JOSS l
John D CreSibyroad work .. .. .. 1& 00
Use
.\ Fall and Winter Goods J 8 Ptmtton. adv on road work.J. . ....... 1000 DO J MirLull.B Tumbfa Dal.\0 order... .... .. ...... ... 50 40 00 26 r \ wit i ioof

State Bank, borrowed" moo 4 mo rev fd 600 00 Cltliea Bank lotereat. .. ... .. ..... .., .., 820 00 Ti-i
State Bank Interval on above . .. . 1? 'd7Hon. C. A. CARSON, President nce Inast
I CltUena Bank loan mo*...... .. .... .. ...110OO DO n. c. BRYAN,
-N C. S..Acree .appeared before w.e Ba.'order. .. . ... .. . ....... ... t 80 fore
the Board and asked for some work to O I. Bandy torn tax poi oct t...... ...._.>. <4C< The w. hai
; ." are now arriviiig:dailyl) be done the road from .. ? .. 8. .. ........... VI Waters & Carsj > hag
on leading
C M >' 4 ... .. ..... 156 ... . ; or year
Campbell Station to Pleasant Hill R H K..,," (rmcf com. .. .. .. .. .. ....... 100 v JQQ
I ; which request was granted; and the.,Mia M C Bryan grad oom . .. ... .. . .. I (00 '
t. Commissioner from that district W&8'' MnAASImpsoagrad' com. ... .. .. ..... 100 Grocery EAR(
CALL AND SEE THEM authorised to have this work_ J B Smith Jan 2 moa.......... ... ...... Moo CompanyWholesale
done./ .
.. J B Smith extrm labor. . .... ... 19
Commissioner J. S. Stratton was lira M F Beonet, hauling pupil .. ... .... 12 20 SBU.won't
present at the meeting of the Board I Jno LofUn. b.uUacpupll... .. ..... .. .. .. W AO and Retail Dealers iii-1
I and advised that his resignation as J H Walker banllng pupil......:. ..... ITS
Commissioner had been VltlEan* Bank Inlereat ... .. .. .. ..::. MDOI. .
County accepted -

H. C. STANFORD COMPANY by the Governor and that A. F. I. A communication was received from GROCERIESWE DR. J.l .

Bass, the Commissioner elected )had the Truseejs in and for school No. 28 .

been appointed as hi. successor. .' sub district No. requesting that: they .

Hon. T. M. Murphy chairman of the be allowed to move the walk through . r.. plCE

Bond Trustees, presented his final report slough and; that same be placed on the :' LTeleph

J1 S ,'showing a balance of $1186.40 n'I.eetion line. The request was granted SELL WE BUY J'

: : 5' the treasury 'which amount was or- I provided the owners of the lands did (

dered placed In the road fund; and the not object. HAY J. M.

...:. .......+.+...........N. clerk was instructed to get up a briefhistory I I The second estimate of N. F. Bass HIDES ::

r of the Bond Trust for the purpose on school house No. 16, St. Cloud was GRAIN _
EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH of drawing suitable resolutionsupon ordered filed FURS V' 3NKISSIKr

t It BUmdanl Oil Co.,: : the successful termination of this I I Messrs. Bass and Sears were requested FERTILIZERS WOOL t,

trust at some future meeting. to look Into the matter of plumbing SHINGLES I
: :MAC:: : EROS: I '.
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of school house No. 1 and have ,
Zc Mr. L. R. Farmer died a written to such ORANGE BOXES AND .("; O!!".
communication with the Board callingattention work as they found necessary done. ,

2 LIvery, FeQd and Sale Stable to the bad condition of the 1 Warrant No. 139was" ordered can ORANGE WRAPS ALL ... .,. \.W

S : A. J. road leading to Narcoossee. Road celled. '

c i. : Agt. International Harvesting Co.| ,, kuperintaodent was instructed to look I I Miss Mary Phingo was given No. 6 EGETABLECRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE 4: JJ

into the and Mr. Farmersome school at salary of *35 per month.
matter
give NCI
CRATE
I9rT7 s, gars A.'v v f.VLINCe. : NAILS \
.x relief. ( There being no further business the 5 Offle.Or 0'I'B1

/ new and first class. We render prompt and Mr. L. E. JJndsey appeared beforethe .Board adjourned till next regular tJ J

i.A.x..x. Board and asked its consent to the meeting. -
; : service day&r nl ht. i 5
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transfer of his road contract' : for the AtteafW.. G. Bass, Chairman. We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.

77' HALF BLOCK FFJIOM PASSENGER DEPOT road between Whittier and Basslnger' W. J. Sean Supt. We live special attention' to. fitt.lll4r. out hunting: andJTcanj.

to Mr. Jj S. Stratton., Upon motion I I parties. '
,f':::Kissjttimee, Fin. Phone 113 Z I duly .seconded the Board> agreed to the, Old pen can be bought at this of- Free delivery In city'limits. Phone No. 12.
flee at 20 cents kandred..
They are
per Ws .....
[r : "4 n .............NtK assignment this contract. the very: thing you._-Ned-- .to. pat under. and prices are on county fertilizers.agents. for good fertilizers. Aslcl usl tome ioa) fi-.I

? !i r..t!::: I _Notary public bond, of F. W. Hill sad- .y**,' -rnattinir.T -.J f'J .* '. ,, --, : ..

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Notice :-of Avtlication.) ) for' Letters tuck Inoorporaton or'director.|le*tbs vain ,' .. 40' -'
M1MAIBLOUNT or more' offln**, except; Out Ute fcrwildant and S ,
of snob propertTi'tabar orssrvlose' hall. In the Ii- :, *: ;
Patent and I th.traurr shall not be the seas person.Th B
Incorporation> absent of fraud b*oonolaslv. upon tockhold.
ere end. all following named person shall be the rg : CHEAP.'FOA''CASH
__\ QpNS&COLA': part ** dealing with the company :
,
offlmn
to conduct" the bualnee of .
the company
Holloa b horabr flTsn that U>. uulrlnd I 'Th.authorized Cal'ltallItIocll: maybe issued -
!!: FOR
.CANDIDATE wlU ap)>lF to tb* OoTtrnor 01 Ute of and for inch until the. offleri who hill b*elected at Ute I .
SUM FIoctda paid at time or lime and upon ) ft. right back of school ,4.jj
; ed States Senator ;on UttfWth. aar of DaaamlMr JL. D.' 1010. each term and /conditions a* th. board of be dr*'elMtfoit-of om.. ...
,; for 'Latter Patent lacoivraUnMsu .;KI-.Imm'lt. director may d.ID.1! ; and It may be Increased qualified j Fire and Life Insurance '. .;, r ,
".... ... ARTHUR E. DON GAN. President. one cottage > room; alao "
_. ___ -S.f > >mpan7on< thefollowing from time to time beyond the amount ,
*- -- prapoMd chartar and Article Incorporation. stated I; lbs manner provided bylaw, P. A. -VANS: AQNEW. Vie. President': Armour'sFertilizers.. ; 197.old tre*.,, 17 acre* I' fl.. ,

a copy of wUon h.bea: fllad In Ut" offlo ot IV' OKOpGC\ P. QARREZT.Secretary and Trea* ing and Collecting R on* mile from city tiI' #
.ARTICLE -
the 8.ort.irypl BUt'of th. stale of Florida and each el Mid three peron ball beadlleotor. Specialty.Taxes paid ,
Th corporation shall bays sticceasion by Its HARRY W..THURMAN.

$ ? P.W.A.).'VANS 8. CABK AGNEW: .corporate name. perpetually... .and-la to"exurtperpetually. Such director and oncer. shall be'.1C qtell Non-residents. The Graviton Hotel. City. IT

I'' ?'. ARTBDB X.DONKQAN ) "'<: atonally on the second Wednesday of January ,
;. ,,_ .ABTl<;U V I of each
pear beginning \In the year Mil, R '
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r, Th bnsinsaa of the aorperatloaV shall be-oos. .' ARTICLE VI i 5- .
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ducued by e president, a vtea-prealdent, D. GEJGER "
/ a esoro ;1'10. said Corporation shall adopt an
J INCORPORATION appro-
ARTICLES or (A lD PROPOSED .
I buy ajdtr sea' .... and aboard of djravtor,sotsitu. prlat* Mai and shall adopt' by-law toy the Kiaslmmee .. '
CHARTER!: OF KIUIMMZEZVZRG7DE ..of not-lesa than three -at-Law9tat ,
nor more then Sr.sesatbata ; "Id
of -
government lu
.' : 41D C.OKPAIII'L..... ........ !the Comber or elreetor is loa daM: br Its article of incorporation affalrnot and laoonaiitent the law of wltM th* . ,

.Tb.und.rl| ed hereby aasoclaU themanlT the atonfcbnldar la U. Jtio..... from time totime. tabs of Florida which 1>,-.....* ana*be axnand.d *> \,I1iaa Bldg. ,;: ,',

together for the pnrpo' of comlDf Uoorpo .The **m* baraoa may hold two. aamoOosa. or repealed a* may provided' < in .aM bi.laws. "GuY Florida '
-
.'\' 4 rated nadr.law of Florida' : except. that th*praaldant. and the. treasurer .. . .. PLAIT w."f" .- r

ahall not bTbe aajn:: . .'
1. person ARTICLE VII II:
ARTICLE Tb followinsT named shall be the offieen ... I MtMlMiCDesign L.a.(FI I ....-- ....... _,_ 1 . .
Th name of till corporation shall b* KI8BIMMEB person Th. highest ....OI1olof Indetttwlneis. or liability 'I'1( . ,-
EVEROLADEtf LAND: COMPANT; to conduct the business of Ute oompany Ontil to which 1b. corporation can at any -- -

lie principal offlo.* and praoa of buaincs shall' tbaofnosr* who hall be .leclaod.t the first tlm.abject; Itself shell]be 1'weoty-e Thou- ARClIlTfCT M.. TILLER' :

be In tbe Oty of Kiatimma. Oscola County election of officers of said company shall be quail- and .:DoU..... _I c .

y"t 1&U Stale. of Florida, snd Its ulnel mar Dad: P. A. Van Aamew. Prealdent. ARTICLE: VIII . ... f state Agency.
b* conducted elsewhere, IIi'\.h.SLat. of Florida Author J:. Xkonetran. Vic President and The name and residence of the lubccrtbin !

or 4n other Mate or countries, through W. J. 8.Carr Secretary.... Treasurer; Inoorporaton, togethEr with, the number of: torAh Classes t. ,,. ., .,,, .

oUiar offloe, branch, at.Dclel. or otherwise. and each of aid.three.....-.shall be a Director. bare of the authorised capital took subscribed ..

I M mar b. DWxaiarj or convenient. Such directors and. officers shall be alecl.od.o- for by ch. are' a* follows: Arthur X.Donegan REStDENCE WOM 1 SKCIAin bought and sod.j ) .

ARTICLE 2.Tht4genrtl nually: on the Fnt Monday. of November of eachyear realdenee Klralrimea,Florida) ,eighty. rented.- '

nature of the bualnes or bul.nesats : beginning In the year 19llARTiCLE shares George p. Garrett! residence Klsiimm paid and Title, ver- ;

to D* trallll&cted b/ said company Ur VI **, Florida. seventybare.; P. A. Van ('- j for non-residents. J

as follows Th said. corporation shall adopt an* appropri- AgneW, residence. Kisflsnmee, Florid one Life ; _
In-
and Accident ;
BUI. who' is rniBiajoi lii owi merits To buy, leas*..r otherwise aoqutre, improve ata seal and shell adopt by-laws for Ot* covern* .bar*. !
Tke dralo. Irrigate, cultivate ..nd. develop, ', norVgagei meet of Its affairs not inconsistent with itaartlelea .....--- ... .............. i

p ad d igiiistRiig and'Faction! Politics sell and exchange, land, tenement and of Ineorporation and. the laws of th. State of Slat of Florida' I d.. -

real property character alao tlm. Florida which \by-law: may be emended or repealed County Oaceola. ( .*. THE .'- _
every any
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Tie nai' who Is niiiigijaiiJttliePirjetiatioi bar,and any privileges\ llo ns. and right or a* may be provided In said.br-lawa.-: B*it known: That before me the undersigned .v'w w mw ,

of Kilted States Seiatorsklps iilacksomrilli. power whatsoever of catting boxing taking ARTICLE VII Notary public, in' and for a..id County TIMES -

and using timber gum therefrom, or any part The highest' amount. of Indtbtednes or liability and State, personally'appeared 1'. A. VaniAKnewr ;

'. to or product. thereof and ala to construct maintain to which the corporation can at any time subject lrthnr E: Donecsn and G. P. Garrett.to Tlaneo-tTiilon I HAVE FOR SALE' ,. 1

leas and operau buildings and structures.. Itself shall. be Three Hundred Thousand Dol....... me well known and known to me tb. be the The will !

ck -- ---- of any and allliinds. To m.Dufae"u..ll1DIbel', AltTtCJ.E VIII c Individual described In, and who Subscribedtheir you (by mail) the T.* r1 No. 1 Ocala Lime. s "

..-.. timber barrel,naval slur..,eroa. tie,hlngle. Tie name and ....\\d._ of the aubscaribineincorporator. Damn to the forrnolnf proposed Charter, rontsilntiisT'Thursday lawoae all retrnaar o*! the ft r WJn* r Cement PlMUr '- I
'ii and all article "products and byju'oduct.mazulseVnred and eaeb Acknowledged that he executed the
., torether with tb number of shares for the therein exprsd.Witness Twry a.c-t..et r vo.t* No. 1 Fire Brick \, -i....
or derived from timber;to produce same pnrpoee ;
of the authorized capital stock subscribed
byeach .
de'n1 ,
on'-t Forget mine, manufactureaoddeal phosphate, are .. follows: P..A. Vans Ar1>ew:residence my hand and official seal, *t Klsslmme -. acrlealtBre.apodal dm9srtuseat3 borttculturo Cypreastath on the road -
i fertiliser and petroleum oils> and all the pro .. this tenth day of Norember A. D. 1910. .
128" I
Jt1l.1m_ Fla. ,preferred bane: Ar I try, etCOrcE .
\. No, 1. Cement
duet nd by'Troducta thereof. To acquire, thur E. Donaaran residence. KisaUBmae FTa, 12ftpnfemd 8. LOITER (Seal)

construct malataln improve, develop, mort shana; W. J. 8. Carr. naldence.Kls-. Notary Public. TKA.H. ONE' ) sale at reasonable- price i

** :! he Home Bakery roads (or the stock snd securities thereof). or s.._.__....!'. *>*>4 Granitoid Works :

other traaaportatlon fscilltle* or oonveDlenoe "
necessary or jleiirabla for the development Notice -Intention to Apply for DICBBMOH.Owner and Mgr.
State of Florida. .
I II III convenience or profit of any lands orproperty other i-) Letters Patent. on Broadway and ,
for Osceola
S flOW Open of which the company may be pot.iea..d County of Oseeola. Notice; la hereby given that The Waters A County Midland Railroad.
Belt Known That before
., or in which it vay have an interest; to : me. the und.rsigned -
\ Canon corporation Intends -
\ own maintain and operate boaU and vehicles, :Notary, Public In and for said County; and Grocery Company a
10 the Governor of the State of
'I' and motor power of all descriptions for Itaalf SlaU. personally appeared P. A. 'Vans Ago.,. to apply Abstract '

ishiess and for hire or' compensation. To own, operate Arthur E IXmacaa and. W '. 8. C..... to .... Florida on the 14th day of December 1910 for ,

Irate, hire, use and maintain docks wall known, and known to .... to be the Individ letter patent amending the charter of the laid

wbarf tanks, refrigerators. oals deaeribed. In and who subscribed (heir nam. corporation aa follow: I
v elevators presses striking four (IV) 'and Inserting l '
By out article h Butler
and facilities to the foregoing pl'Opoeed charter,1 and each) ao- p
manufacturing plants p.
Ice storage
j la lieu of the woida trlckeo out a* the O. P. OARRETT Man
\ of kind and to collect and men ,.profits llno"lecIired that h. executed the same for the
every -
[ot Rolls mornings and therein ..Jlpnased.Witness .. articlethe following: "ThU corporationball
purposes
and toll therefrom; to Issue storage, wharfing exist -
evenings. and for against my band and ofllelal seal at Bisalroma perpetually. .
warehouse receipt or
er property
-. : TEE WATERS CARSON GROCERY CO.
u.tellU: > day of Nomnber A. D. 11110. Real estate
depositedor
- of auy kind ibMansy bepleced T. al MURPHY. [Seal] n, C.A.. Carson PTcaidenl.Attent Title examined and reported SHOP
all l said To form
to with
ree Delivery partsof stored or >y company. C. and Treasurer.46Ct .
: N. Bryan Secretary Taxe paid for noiireeldeut.Instruments
State
Notary Public of Florida.
promote and .11' financially or otherwise
town. My: commission expires June 21 at. 1S11 relating to real '
partnerships and associations
companies. ayndloaUs.
;and to guarantee payment of principal. Vans AgTrtw aV Crawford AttonMya.Notice carefully drawnCorrespondence' Drinks X Cljars I IKissiinmee

Interest or dividend on any shares, Notice of Attachment. ,
j PHONE 203 ) '
conlr,cts or
I stocks debentures obligations In Circuit Court 7th Judicial. Circuit of Florida PIa .
....,..r\tle.I."ed\ by any corporation or individual of Application) For Letters '. In and for OMeola County- Mary Van- '

;. SMITH W. A. McLongblln whenever proper, wise or ueoenary in theJudgment Patent and Incorporation. nice and husband 71. Robert B. Wallace.To '
of It. director In the Interest of the -
and all
Robert B. Wallace, defendant
bualntw, ptirpoMa or property: of thlscompanv. -. other. Interested in the above entitled 'S.
Notice I. hereby given that the underalgned persona "
To act as fiscal or other agent for' persona, JENK S'
will\ apply to the Governor of the State ol FlorIda cause or any of tbe land be I'Ilad'ter described: IN '
firms and to receive property of ___ _
corporations
I l on the .2tb day ol; December A. r> 191o. for You win tate notice that on sthe 2th day oltootober +
kind be held In trustorotherwh.eI to -
any to Letters Patent incorporating OHCEOLA TITLE : -_lBlUult-.-wa* inititnl:>galn t you, -- -- ---. .
II Invest and re-Invest such property: or the proceeds I..UARANTEE COMPANt _undr-the -followng RObert n. Wallace' in the Circuit Court of the7th -p a
rNKjNSIAQAZINE thereof, snd" the Income therefrom to REAL ESTATE -
propoaed-etalrier and Article of IncorporperatTon Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Cace.ole I.
i. : draw acccpl.endorseaoqUtre, pledge and sell. "a In Vannler .My %%.wjw m.%m..mm.-.%%w : and ; "'
In attachment
oupy: of n blch has been filed tbeofflce county by Mary ,
and all negotiable or translei-ab| -inrtnFmentiandaacurltienrdebenTures. e'I
any ..,f the Secretary: of Slat, of the State ofFlorida. and her huiljand Henry Vannicr; and that INSURANCEExamination /
bond notes \
writ of attachment. dated October V, 1V10 was o' .
t AGENCY bill of exchange,, , and evidences of Indebtedness I Drafting ,
ARTHUK E. DONEGAN.p. Issued by: the Clerk of the Circuit; Court under

P.O. Box 716 Phone 187KISSIMMEt contracts and obligations of every everycharacter A. VANS AONEW. the seal I of.said Court on said October 2Mb 1910 / S-
To buy. acquire, hold own pledge, nndiir and" of aald : of a. -
GEORGE K GARRETT. and by virtue writ of attachment ( .
assign\ transfer ,
FLA. mortgagre aell operate Improve
.1 hare levied thu followingdo
.. ... upon .
and all good, wares, .-- IN HAIX
and trade In any FPjjnzirry
scribed lots, tracts or pare* of land situate, Specialty.I '"
merchandise and property: of every el... and ARTICLES OF INCORJ'ORA'Q l6N AND PRO. lying and being Jo the Cxiunty of 0......* and .. .

We are prepared. throughour description? on Its own account and al '""tor.brok.r POSED CHARTER OP OBCEOLA TITLE Slate of Florida to-wlt: I Corresoondence Solicited.FEN FL-A -

or' agent for any other person or corpor- GUARANTEE COEPAIY.he IlI.outh I'
undivided
connection with all' publishers An one half Interest half I y
,
Inventions
rlghta,
atlop. Including patent 1 undersigned hereby. 'saoclatethemiMiWeitogetb of section twenty-seven. (27)),south half of I d"i:
to supply' and trade mark' *, option and other properly the
,, maga.- REAL
deem convenient and *; foi the purpose of becoming Incorporated lion twenty-eight ((28)). southeast quarter of ESTATE fOR SALE
.board of
.director* may
.: zines at lower prices than .under lb. law of MorUa- seullun( twenljr-DlDe ((2V), nortbesst quarter andeuth
' I advisable the Interest of the company. '" '--
) i .. > half section winter home fP
ARTICLE thirtj-three (88) iiecUonthlrtjrfoor .Ite. situated
others. Special clubbing offers i To uuueaucb stock, bonds debenture!and -
t Tb*name of this Corporation shall'bo'OsCJIo: (34;and northwcat quarter otsec.tlon Region oj J'JoridL ""; .
other obligation, and. to make such investment -
on all J publications.> We can purchases dlsposltions of Its asset.a. OLA TITLE GUARANTEE COMPANY; it* thirty-five (8.'I.c' ) In tewnahlp twcnty-flv and Farminf Land. In large / '.
principal office and place of business shall be ((2&) south of range thirty; one (31)) eaat.
.
duplicate l any club offer made. may be In accordance with law and deemedsuitable ,
: in the City of KI..lmlD.e.O..l. County. In You are therefore required to appear to the /
and eonvenieuLJn" the Interests of the .
r r'I --Je't: ; us know your wants the Mate of Florida. and its businesses may be said action on the rule day |10 January 1911, A SPECIALTY
::
company.To Conducted elsewhere In the State of Florida the same being the 2nd div of January 1911. .
and let us give you prices.IXITITE I purchase, and otherwise acquire and bold INSECT DESTROYER
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and that In default thereof
sell 'assign. pledge mortgage, transfer. andotherwise a*may. be necessary ART1CLB or convenient: entered against yon.Witness judgment will be property with. me lot quick '.' .\

dinpOM of shares of the caplt.ll1.oCk.bood' p.
I The general nature of Business or kmslnesset mt hand and seal this 37th day of ,
I I ", debenture. or other evidence ol Indebtedness DISINFECTANT ,
'
to be transacted by laid Company asfollow. October, A. D. 1910. .:'.:..::.r--
created by: this or' any other corpora- .
'I Breaker & '
.: C. F. !VATS.Sheriff Co.
Ion or'corporation,association or associations .
holder To make searches opinion, examination ( :of Osceola County. .
foreign or domestic, and: while the
'II A medicine for leaky roofs. thereof to exercise all the rigbla and privileges and Abstract of Titles to land and other form Exalts* PALMER KISSiMMEB, FLA. .
of property; to. guarantee and insure Title.to Attorneys: for Plaintiffs.: ...tt. ,
A DlttlKtJvcly MertterioM Pr
ILL FIX IT TIGHT of ownership Including the right to voteihereon.
land and other'forms of property. ,and to make, '
'
-I Anybody can stop a roof To employ. surplus earnings or accumulated execute" and Issn opinions, certificate poll- Notice to Creditors PrAevttlve of Contagion C. BASS > .
des and contract of. Title Guarantee. and J
leaking with it and profits un: tbe purchas or acquisition of It* Notice hereby given to creditor, heirs anddlstrlbuteea :

toss Graves Gives it Away own capital stock or obligation from tlm.to exchange Title Insurance and deal i lo In buy I.Dd..4 sell own to, build 1 lease,upon rent of the estate,of Temple .0\. Minx and Retail t ,
deceased that I hard been adxslni
44 tlm*. a* 1U board cf director may determine appointed INSTANT DEATH TDM
; I Use this material and paint. your and to hol4 the Same In It* treasury to be thereafter develop and improve th. same; to ow and trstor of the above named estate, and that all Dealer ic ._ .

h oof witbBZackJ'earZ2ezZPaini sold Issued or disposed of when an4 In 1 lea*. real estate a landlords; to loan money p.rscwrb.ytng claims againat the estate moat lass, RtK, Retckf, Miteimat ; I-" .
'

ItTJj bnce in a while,.anr it is ]liable, toast such manner. a* the director may deem expedient. on real notes*stt sad or any bond kind secured of personal 1>mortgage property.;OB tocarry within present the them Urn duly prescribed auOunOotod by law for, settlement Htttvt seas M* brim It* f f iBeef Pork aud---\ .

| forever. ''l and oa a general real estate and rent collecting Klaslmmae, Fla., CLABENC" A. MINK.April ,.
To pursu any and all other businesses tnettt; Fat Mm n rwlfM kjr Its > .
't < w. have been in the roofing bujinewtnd to do any and all other act and. thing and to business; to not *real state broker* and 23,1910, Admlnlatimtor of Mid Bstata.

bandied Waterproofing material" exercise Say: and all other power which maybe agents; to but and .U real estate and personal Mutton .: "
]J property. on contract; to subscribe for, purchase : '
for yean ADd any information- can > necessary, expedient or convenient la connection /
receive own and bold for Investment or
vJJQiI "o.un tot the aiklng. with.. or ID'a4dlUOllIc-the: business and OSCEOLA
otherwise sell and oUspoa of and make advanoe .
, inainesse hereinbefore pacified, which a '
.'j EARL GRIT ROOFING CO. natural person and a corporation of tail character I or' obligation* upon stocks of other, bond corporation, ahare securities whatsoever , W. G. HANKINS 9'.T".aUTO". 44. -.,:-) -- . ""J' :

;"' may lawfully do end exercise, sndl to do i -.,
Orlando Fla. wherever located or organised,mat whil I
any and all of the boalne**** or thing before
the owner or !holder of any such stock bond*
mentioned either alcn or In oombinaUon. I B .
SBVli fJJRAND-can'l. teakswon't to exercise alll.h. Repre.entlng:
or obligations rlghta power
1 Intention that all object.* and Gr1ffinL4 {
It I* the the : -
,'.I, turn and lasts a lifetime. power sp Mifled and clause* contained in this and privileges' of ownership thereof and to LEWIS UPCHURCII CO. : h'I I >

where otherwise exorcise: all and any voting power thereoi4and WBOLESA.1.I: GROCERS I . '
ex-
i' laragraph shall except i
... R "
J r J. W. SIMPSON pressed, in said paragraph be nowise limitedor generally to exercise such power may Jacksonville,.F1LO '
|jR. b. Incident or convenient to the purpoie or
restricted by reference to or Inference from TAILORING : GroceriesANC
bualnes of said corporation;and. to have, exercise '
r the terms of any other "clause of this or any: KINQAN &: CO. .
.
.DENTIST. end enjoy all the rights, power .odprl"U..ge. \
ju"ifpatair other paragraph thlaebarter. but that th. PACKERS
. incident to corporation organized
and specified In ech of th. It .. acklcv tat _
powers few
objects art *. '-
-
in Kati of - _
r.. Building. and existing under and by virtue the laws of NATIONAL ,
clauses of toll paragraph shall be regarded a* : { S
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qL: HUBS' independent object and powers.: This charter ; Slate. K SHOW CASE CO. AMDERSOl. & '
r 1:30: to 5:30p.: ARTICLE III 'U \
Tel.phon.No.6 Jiin 6'lyr. may be amended from tlinc to time at provided ', ,
The amount of the capital stock authorized ,- .
dq by law now or hereafter enacted. shall be Twenty-five Thousand Dollar, divided DARLINOTOIf AVB. I

W1L.LSON ARTICLE III into Two Hundred and Fifty share of the parvalue E ; E'feZt: 1. .1
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Iii.M. I The amount of the capital stock authorised of One Hundred. Dollar each. Quotations Application Excel ii ... Any Hoar] $

NOTARY PUBLIC... ) shall be Three Hundred Thousand Doliara, Any part or all of acid capital stock may be F laY.. SlAIIi PICIALTY'n. Abo40tll. BEST Patronage Solicited .

,4r divided Into Three Thousand "tarea of the par payable either In uwb or In property, labor o..omce. S

: l STATE AT LARGE. ) value or(.One Hundred IxilaiaYVh.] ., at a Just valuation to be Axed by the PHO E' 187 Cleaning' Dyeing, Rep Phone No. 8 ,- S

'tJ Real Estate Agent.IKISSIMMEK. Two Hundred Tbnniand Dollars of said stock incorporator or by the directors at a meeting .

I to oomtot of. Two Thousand share of the par calj d for such purpose.Th

FLORIDAIRAL value of One Hundred. Dollar each shell be authorized capital\ stock..., be lamed

;J -. . . common stock; and On Hundred Thousand : and paid for at such time or time and upon : ,
Dollars of such stock,consisting of One Thousand such term. and conditions si the board of director J. W. T II 0 r s Fleming :

\V. S. HARWELL shire of the par value of On Hundred m.T' determine; and it may be in- w. L m OOZOB !

1 Dollar each: shall be cumulative preferred creased from tits to Mm beyond the amount .

i1Yi ESTATENoUry stock entitled to a six per cent dividend In stated la the manner provided by law. FUNERAL DIRECTOR NINO '
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l every fiaoal year. before payment of any dividend ARTICLE: IV .

Public at Large upon th* common stock, and upon dissolution Tb* eorporatloa shall have *uesion by ii* &DtILICENSED ,. .' ,

omo. O .Xtoberaon'i. PharmacyKIS81WMKE. or other .winding of the company or corporate nan perpetually, and Is to exist ??? .
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-,:'//1.. ., FLA.nrraictaji distribution.. of its capital shall be entitled to perpetually. EMBALMER _. ,

.: .:. nil payment before any portion of such capital ARTICLE V Real Estate -

\rJt'l shall be distributed to holders of the common Th* .ansfa.**of the corporation shall b**oa> 5' -,

atook. ducted by a president, a vie president a secretary hoiTae of ; ,
Oppoeite eouruJ -.. M my and c1 w. .
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I ior and ",UJ'D4Id. .
psyabl either in cash or Ia property labor or consisting of not 1 lea than three nor more than .i '(

uPaoui IItaOK01(. service, at a Just valuation to be fixed by the I flv* members;the number of director to be :": "".,- 1it-. -,': :r'-:1'7 .,>1

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\ .Miscellaneous (Contln.ndt'.\" THE BLAC: HAND. -

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_ Classified Advertisements GET artesian H. N.wells BRATTON -to ,rive'your 43-tf Origin .f the Name! nla Olre>up of : .: :-.

Daring CrijMptal*! v t
.,- t CARPENTER JOBING and repa nQ According to tile United State .. .
t. under this Good work. See James. Church St I'cret errtc the Black HaM U title '
*, a
i Advertisements are at the rate of 0 Cents near Main St. 45-tf.

per line each insertion, I common to innumerable group*.. of YOU WANT ,
LOOKOUT for the New Home Bakery I I'I criminal operating under tht' rettlODof j

P and Confectionery; cooking like your some secret central government.

Pu'u' .:. Eon'SALE-1. ; FOR RENT .. : .. !'I, mother's.possible _9pn. about "Nov 44-tf let, if I I II These murder men; anon are kidnaping blackmailers and; Twmb using f


"f""- .', "' FOR SALE-"The Seminoles of. FlorIda DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.TI1ler. -,I,I MONEY loaned at-5 per cent 'interest throwing u' punishments for those : ThEBEST i.We'have I

; ':{; ;" at Home Store: price 1.25 net. l \ to build homes with See Downing, who will not subnet to their Iniquitous
"" I' the Realty-Man, about It. r-- '44-tl demands Black Hand 1*, In short. a .
.f'. a; : FOR SALE-Four good mules J. W. FOR RENT=: Nice furnished rooms brand of-crime ...
handy name for a \
., . , Miller.' 29-tf I Apply to the Ladies' Exchange: 42.d u I CARRY a full line_of. S rf 0 E S for to Italian 'criminals; who are sue-peculiar "
men women and children. 44tf it.
Visit
e'' ar' rRENTIS: sella Kimball and or FURNISHED ROOM for rent Apply t L. i M. Whidden, Exclusive Shoe Store. coastal tn/it because of the temperament : our;

.. r gans., See. him at The dome Store. J.. E. Mattocks, at Klssimmee Land -" of tha foreign- Immigrant .and .. '
Co;office . 43 SEWING Machines Agency for their Inborn' dread of the extortionist at. t
,: CHOICES: CITY LOTS for- ...le..t lowprices. machines. Cash or on easy Whether Jbe central government which
rn, i See write H. Fleming for FOR RENT-Three fnrnished rooms taOOper month, Machines BingeI'I
or guides the Black Hand society I* 'lo
The Home Store.
{ on Main street. Apply' to __
particulars. 40 tf Mrs.uYf.er" 1''loy<1. .. 46-tf WHEN visiting St. Cloud, our' ;; (;;: cated Is something In the-United rhlcb.neltber)states or'the in Italian Italy Interlachen nPark-Tr r

MALLARD DUCKS FOR SALE \ mee friends are invited to make their I
4 a .. FOR RENTSome'splendid truck'nglands nor: American authorities can discoverTJnlMd' .
A... Uuelcs. $ ; tl.SO. Apply shares. Headquarters with the St. Cloud Drug \ ,
Agnew on State officer tbe name of .
say .
be
F. Vans j. Co. All the popular drinks can |
46tf Nelson Company.
; Realty the American Black nand emanated
had at our soda fount, and our ice |
}'r r .." d' '. '. FOR bargain. in resident property, I SEE Downing for anything you want in .cream,is the beat that can be mad uWHATjfcOSTS .from Chicago ..about ten years ago .

truck: landa and orange groves call on the real estate line. No matter how When one of the Oral of-many mysterious ; in theHighlands.

: H.'.M. Breaker .Kissimmee.. Fla. 4-tf little of how big it Is, he can supply murder lh the Italian quarter . ,
r 1IT I you. '41-tf i remained unsolved. The victim of the .
euBuban home
FOR choice 5 acre murder had received a warning that \
tracts, aee-Kissimmee Gardens. "J. Jd. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, death would follow his failure to contribute
Willson Jr. 20-tfi all modern conveniences, best part of To Live i iii Kissimmee and Wages of .
a speclfled sum moneyThe
I town, close to lake. Call on or writeto I ,
"' wit& Usually Paid.". letter was embellished with a crude
Kissimmee Fla.
i FOR SALE-A good g ntJehorae S. W. Downing, I
buggy and harness. Call at my The following table of prices is as drawing representing Bet clutching a
photograph studio. J. W. Wilder. 45tf LAUNCH F t"iIIR -Parties wishIng i near accurate as it is possible to obtain dagger The fist and dagger gave the
t to go on the lake, either for and is published for the information of: name Black Dand-later to become un

FOR SALE-29 acres- of good land inside business or.-pleasure, day or night, those contemplating moving to this city: pleasantly; famlllaf to every citizen of '\

city limits. Will sell at a bar can be accommodated by applying to Flour.. .. .W.23 totft.no p.e bbl the COuntr--and the sinister sketch

gain if taken'at once. S.-W. Down- J. M. Smoked .. M to M cent per Ib was soon a source of terror to all law.
Dr7 Salt to \16 emu p.rlb it.
will admit
of Florida and
Hansel.WANTED
Ing, in Opera House. blork37tf_ I B.a"" ..6,5to! 7I\l< onu IbLima abiding Italians.-Wide World Maga- you
peer
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-7 n .
-- -- ns. to ante Ib
house not Itl .. to 8 cvnta per lb.et Ine. does.WHY
FOR SALE- Four room Everybody .
.. Potato SO 75 .
WANTED-To exchange double-barrel to emta per btuhelIrtoh _
Beautiful loca-
or-ceiled. .
plastered PotetOM 11 tp W-ZS bushelFnih
tion, east front. Nice yard. In Eu'reka breech-loading shotgun for a bicycle,. Flab .S to Per 120 per Ib A SAMOAN FISHING BEE. .

Addition. Price $575.00. Address box 697, city. 2 Cf Salt Mackerel 8 to..'."lOo per Ib Ib .
Grit* .o
46tf Nelson Realty Company. F WANT everyone to come to .Bforida Meal Zl;fl peer IbFreih Trapping the Game With Leaf Chain

who will be benefited by the change. Beef I2U to ISe per Ib Half a Mile Long.A .
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\V4 lee ?
FOR SALE Seventeen desirable Fie h Pork i to per II.flur
very but not otherwise Wnte for the
me IS/ pound for SI 00 18amoan fishing bee fa I a unique
lots in best part of town and close facts about this country, and then de- Dried Prune 6 to lOa per Ib
to one . .. 10 to Ib sight to witness Cocoanut "leave are .
in. Irices from seventy-five cide for yourself whether or not you Dried Peach 12ttc prr
hundred dollars each. See Downing can be benefited by coming. S. W. Dried Apple K 18 U ;2"c per :Ib gathered In abundance and secured .
Lard to Ib
7 about them. 44 tfFOR Downing Kissimmee. Fla. <<-tf Compound Pure Lard 12 to He per per Ib doubled and tripled, end to end. to : .
Tense Creamery 25 per Ib form a long prickly chain, round In .
SALE-Some fine young cocker- Blaclc-CredPeu: .He per Ib appearance and about three feet In di .
Ac Ib S2.00 bushel
Onion* per : per
els of the Barred Rock, Rhode Island MISCELLANEOUSWOLrE offee lee to :lee per Ib ameter. These leaf chain are often BECAUSE; '
Red and Brown Leghorn varieties, Tau Ma to flOc per IbKerosene
woven to a length of half a mUeWhen ,
I lie gallon
all thoroughbred ana from northern the Wiremari. 42 tf per
Eggs :3c to 4Oc par dozen the chain Is complete all the (
stock. Address Mr. SwartzDaven Chicken Frier ZBc to 4Hc eeh It is high above both frost and flood.
port, Fla 44-tf WADE the tuner. Orlando. Chicken grown .' .66c to DOc each men of that particular Tillage turnout ..
Corn. shelled 90c per bushel' en masse with their "paopaos," or The average altitude is 237 feet.
LISTyour real estate with Downing. Gab .. ?Oe per bushel' .
and Samoan
FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange 91 (to canoes.When
Oranges in season 50 to $2 per boxC.nten
b grapefruit grove, about three miles, PICTURES framed at the Home Store. $1.60 to S'l CO the tide .. high the chain Is Scores of beautiful, sparkling lajces. -
railroad. Will Bl.cknmlth. II l M to |.t to
from Kissimmee, on "- Clearing Land-arubbinn Sin.OH'to 525.00> per acre. stretched across some convenient Every is guaranteed choice fruit land.
h acre
sell at a bargain. Address W. H. FOR fresh fish phone the Rull Bass Clearing I..nd-.tumptnll $1100 to $2<>101' place supported by natives in their
, Arnold, Kisslramee, Fla. 41-tf Market No. 189. 19-tf Man and Team $..01 to $rt 00 where Hundreds of of bearing ad.
-- -- - --- -- >' Home and Mule $l to tq W.OO paopaos or simply wading acres groves

is FOR SALE-Bearing Orange Grove, FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rul I WaRon I'artiea( hirinir to feed *rne$tt)'no>.nd up the shallowness will permit Tbe cocoanut jacetit to and scattered through our tract:':
700 trees 80 acres, 14 acres fenced, Bass Market. No. 189. 19'tfGO Plow . S< 50 to12 'K> seine la then submerged and \
i hammock pine, marsh and prairie ". .. Harrow f a.'>0 to$12 re> slowly forced shoreward tbe prickly: Interlachen Park lands are close to tfte'fomous
house. TO J. M. Post to get jewelry Purveyor and Civil Engineers! II to I'O.; dayTeechem
and your
land, cottage packing points driving the Osb before them.
.. Next year's crop estimated at 6,000 witches and clocks repaired.:\ 23-tf \I GOd per cord $45 to 175 fJ.7to* month SI11 When the point Is reached where the groves of Winter Haven and];!

boxes. Cash or terms. Fla.Address 48-tl REMEMBER Downing tells both sides ----- ---- chain can rest upon tbe bottom and Florence Villa District. Our Western:>
Box Kissimmee
Owner $46
about Florida. Write him for facts. Build Up Your Credit.The still protrude slightly from the water

man who opens an account at a the natives after securing the ends to limits are within two miles of WinterJJ
FOR SALE-10 acres of splendid land! MUTTON fat and fine the
fresh at
fenced bank is making the best possible start tbe beach retire and wait for the tideto Haven. 'Groves and cared
in good state of cultivation Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf developed
into two parts, joins -the corporate -. -- ,- toward building up his credit. recede leaving the flab high( and

limits Kissimmee.. Hard road runs AGENCY of the White Star Laundryat The fact that he'pays his'bills by give dry- for by our own expert. Expert advice
right to the land. Splendid trucking the Home Store Phone 154. It Is often found that large ash are -
.... land; good for citrus fruits. Owned ing a check on the bank adds to his driven and caught In this manner, settlers. Moines City branch of Atlantic:

_. will sell favorable WOOD, per strand $1.25; five strands standing with' the business men-he air '
--- by non-resident-who on but since they are capable of jumping Coast Line now building across.our lands
terms of payment if desired e x5.75. -KifHHmmee Ijumber-Cor-29-tf so avoids errors in making! change and the barrier they are dispatched wltb "
46tf Nelson Realty Company. ---- for 7 miles. Lots for'-sale I in our tow
y TRY pair of Korrect Shape Shoes. trouble over disputed payments.Our spears at once. The catches of fish

-- -- --- They are guaranteed.44tf facilities for caring for your account thus made are sometime enormous ;sites of Dundee and Interlachen I

FOR SALE-Splendid 20-acre ffcrm. L. M. Whidden. are good-we would be pleased to and often number thousands.-Los Angeles
Two miles from heart of thacity, less Time Magnificent Lake Front Villa Lots .clto
than one. mile from corporate limits SHANIBARGER, Orlando, for bicycles have you open one with us. .
of the town. Nice young orange and sundries. 25 wheels from $6.50up 48-11 State Bank C/kisaimmee. depot and town for Winter Homes.

groves several other kinds of fruit. to $19 for new. 46-1 Itpd The Flag of Denmark.
l+"+' .. Beautiful site and surroundings; large LOOKOUT- for the announcement of Florida Maps.. I In the year .1219 King Waldemar oi Ideal climate. Splendid hunting and

N N blackberry pat h. (Living and water on the opening of the new Home Bakery Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley Denmark .when leading his troops to fishing. Telephone service now in. 'f;A AI ;:
land
the place; splendid good next week. 46-tf Gazette office a pocket map of Florida battle against tbe Uvonlans. saw; or '.
neigh boor hood. Price 225000. Cheap will: be mailed to any address in the thought be saw, a bright light In' the '

proposition and a beautiful. .place- for. 'I HAVE-a few real snaps in the way United States.. We can also furnish form of a cross in tbe sky. He held .

r: '.' an elegant home. ,of residence property for sale. If you maps of Osceola county at fl each, and this'appearance to be a promise of "I. _
r r' 46tf Nelson Realty Company. need anything of the kind, it will pay will be to estimate sectional .', '
....1{ .? glad on maps. divine aid and pressed forward to vie I .
to at S. W. Down /
see me
you once! of kind.
:$ ] close to limits any tory.. From this time be bad the + '
: FOR SALE- fen acres 'ing, Real Estate 44-tf < : .
r. cross placed on the flag of his country ,ri"I\ I
I<5f tbe new'town of Taft. ,Florida, ,,'
Si -" t Orange county between Orlando and JUST arrived-big stock of Guns Leggings THE WARM BREATH. and called It the Dannebrog-that Is. Our beautifully Illustrated booklet entitled I
4 Kissimmee on the A. C. L. R. R. Hunting Coats and Ammu the strength of Denmark. Aside from

New three room house, telephone, nition. Ross Graves. 36 legend there ls no doubt that this Hag '.Mid Florida's Highland Lakes! ," J
Why It Cemes Out Cold Through Partly .
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mule cow, wagon, carnage; chick with the. cross was adopted by Denmark
OFFICE fixtures. cling( cabinets and Closed Lips. describing Interlachen Park
etc., one-half acre cleared. Also
ens in the thirteenth century and that
labor devices of all kinds.
' choice lots In town of Taft, centrally saving When one breathe out used air from
'sy two Yawman & Erbe make. See Prentis i at about tbe same date an order, Lands, sent free on
located near school and church. the lungs through the wide open
at the Home Store. known a* the order of Uannebrog, wa
A bargain. Good reason for selling. mouth the breath baa the same tem- i requesjt.
Instituted, to which only soldier and .
For price'&lid particulars, address FOR ANY kind of metal, especially perature as tbe body:! 98.6 degree F..
Box 838 Taft, Florida. 45-4t roofs, use Black Pearl metal; paint. and frequently on a cold day we warm sailors who were distinguished for Address:
r were allowed to belong. The -r'
courage ,
Ross Graves. 84-tf our Anger by breathing on them. If.
I FOR SALE-4 acre of land inside cor-I however we blow the breath vigorously flag of Denmark a plain red banner
all DOWNING all if bearing on It a white cross la the oldat
ponte limits of Kissimmee, pays your expenses from the mouth the temperatureof
h splendid bearing orange, grapefruit you come here at his solicitation and flag now In existence. For 800
the breath to be much low- Florida
L and tangerine trees; these trees' arcthrifty find that he has misrepresented appear year both Norway and Sweden were Highlands Company .
A- and and be made to.paj thing 41-tf er than when breathed gently and wltb \
\, large can united with Denmark: under this Gag.Hotl.ekaper. .
4 I ,. splendid returns on the invest open mouth and U decidedly cooling .
it house If1' YOU have a roof that needs painting In Its effect, write J. Gordon Ogden -
meat One seven-room deep f
'f't ) artesian well; another five-room house Black Pearl metal paint is the in Popular Mechanic. ROBT H.BBYSONKissimmee SUITE 934-945 ANDRUS BLD'6 ;

and right thing for this climate Ross Handel a* a ChllcLGeorae IuliWiute . .
Just being completed deep well. The latter fact I* .due to the well
'. Good barn, trucking patch, etc Cheap Graves. 84-tf mown principle established by Lord Frederick Hand], the son ofa N aytirle n, MINNEAPOLIS MINN. "
',' -'" .. $4000.00.: Immediate Saxon barber and valet. was) only ,
-' at possession ANYONE anywhere can start a mail Kelvin: that a compressed! ga* upon
l .. I' can be had of both houses. order business at home. No canvass expanding will absorb heat Tb flv* yean; old when bis "finger wooed

. ; 46tf Nelson Realty. : Company. ing. Be your own boss. Send for free breath compressed by being forced to dlvtn melodies" from the spinet,.
'
;,I' booklet. Tells how. Heacock A 2144. ,' which a good natural aunt b:id smuggled
the email "orifice made
t FOR Sale-Some beautiful lots in Eu- Lockport, N. Y. paaa; through
for him Into"aa attic; 110' that no
reka Addition; fine place for a home. jy the puckered Up, Immediately e,.-
'.t Easy walking distance of Postoffice HAS IT EVER occurred to you how panda upon being admitted to. the out Sound of It might roach the ear of his

and business part of town. Several far a dozen of your photographs will er air and to do so most take up heat father. At eight his playing *o astonished
I :- .' house already course of construction go in remembering friends at Christmas Tills U also the !Identical principle : the elector of BaUD; that his .
and this will be of the most tide All the latest fall styles father compelled -withdraw his
waa
one .
Involved In the manufacture of artScUl *-
,t'ri y popular additions to Kissimmee in the at Wllder's Studio. 4S-tf Ice. Ammonia gas U first compressed opposition and allow the genius of the I

near future. Good money can be AN intelligent person may earn $100 Into' a liquid and then liberated I boy to have fair play. And before be Electric Cod
made by buying; Iota in this addition. ) for !
monthly corresponding newspapers. had his twelfth birthday
tt .. into a network of tubes) surrounding reached
< Beautiful view of the city: ; high, dry No canvassing. Send for particular
\ llandal was known throughout
,. / and healthy. Come let us show you *. Press Syndicate, B 2249, large sheet Iron boxes filled with I young REDUCE!!: YOUR LIGHT' BILL
Or. brilliant and ELECTRIC
aa a
toy composer F
\ -'- :- these splendid lots for sale at $3.00 Lockport, N.Y. distilled water. The liquid ammonia

: e to $ .OO cash and $1.00 per week I set free atone end of the pipe system, virtuoso at the court of the emperor.A Wiring Fixtures 1.1 j A METER and TUNGSTEN
\ IF have room furnished for light :.
I: .m without interest Price range from you begin* at once to evaporate, and by I t
t $50.00 to $85.00each. housekeeping that you would like to i the time It has scampered through the Pleasant Outlook. Lamps, Shades .LAMPS WILL DO.nV
let for the winter list them with .
t me.I I *** **M ****>**ia '
\ ,;;. : c ,'. 46tf Nelson Realty Company. can probably send you a renter atone long Iron tube It bas become... As "I wonder why the bride I* crying," .Meters I and give BETTER LIGHT besItlla3We :

1l :t *, and will charge you nothing for we have learned, to change a liquid to remarked on of the, guests at UMwedding. ..

t' ROOMS AND BOARD my services. Downing, the Real Es- a ga* requires heat This heat U "Can It be because abe I* Batteries SELL for LESS because i;\t :

I f tate Man. 44-U! taken from the Iron piping an excel tearing homer"* j Generaf we can BUY LESS-try at j "

hi ROOMS for Rent-Apply to Mrs. D. PHOTOGRAPHS ) done lent conductor, which in turn rob the '"No. It ain't tbat," answered the Supplies ri
properly are
(\1 _1-- M. Breaker. 81-tf very suitable for birthday and holiday . water of its heat, thus freezing It. bride's. small brother. 8bs In Ion Repairs PHONE 220 C. C, WOLFE, Mgr. i ololaT, ,

l..,..... FURNISHED rooms with board. gifts. They really give you the with tile fellow aha married and I I 'It\ .
Fatal. Friotlee.There
greatest value for the least money, think she's crying'cause aha tsU sorry -
81 Mr. W. W. Saunders Park St. I <
i andour friends the greatest was a suspicious fir In a stored "
for blm.
:
pleas tlc-:
;' BOARDERS wanted-Mr*. E. J. Alvey ure. You can get them at Wader'sStudio. a city not far from Mew York re After carefully considering News the matter -I and take The Hillsborouga'.h'.<..
the lakeland: leans to Local Option League met this wear
accommodate several with 45-tf Ieantly, and two insurance men were '
can persons
I The Line opinion that there are three pretty good and passed resolution putting themj
board and room at her home in rear is located 18 ant to look over the ruin line and offering for the position selves screenleM
WINDEMERIi, miles 1 hats a long of ancestor who capable men on record a* favoring
of school house, or board without northwest of Kissimmee 12 miles I "What do you think caused, BUIyf"asked were $11 I of my trade" said the baker. of United States Senator. We are saloons, prohibiting more' than sae'a

't room. 34-tf. west of Orlando, on the Florida Mid one "Oh, a sort of bread Una," smiled I for Mr. Bryan first, last and all the saloon to each 1,000

; CAN get three good meals; land Railroad and is surrounded by I "WcU, Tom you take my word for the chomp.-University of Kfcmota i time, but we can't find anything to say what is more poPUlatioi: ,
YOU. cooked by best northern cook at three large clear water lakes-Butler It that friction wa responsible. Yea, I allnnebsba. ''I against either of his opponents. We pledges itself. to _urge_ : .

T -- .Transcient Restaurant, opposite poet Down and Be sie. The land I ia air; friction\ $10,006 policy rubbing are pleased that this is the case. We lature to

'office, for 26c.) each. Short order' peculiarly) adapted to citrus. fruits against, aa $8.000 stock"-New York Na-r! would so much prefer to be for one I shipping ofpaswhisksy from wet eounti .<
\ extra 41-tf and truck raising and 1 la almost entirely Tribune I er On.v man rather than merely against anr into dry counties. This slopping oTr> ;
r 1 immune from frosts. I am llarold-I know that I'm not'worthy other.-Lakeland News. of wet' counties into dry' counties 1
FURNISHED room foV light' housekeeping now offering 10-aer tracts and a everything )Jn Place of you. my darting Fair On*-Be- the- real key note to the situation and.
f.. 'to ',:. nice, clean and airy; for rent town lot in Wlndemer for $250 each. One of the quickest way to find lost memo that Harold -nd my married A few loc 1-optlon' papers would the whiskey men gloating over blind ,,
\ long or short terms; no drinking, This is the beat land proposition in : article I. to, arranr systematically! tal make one believe that they were greatly tigers In dry territory, famished wU-i p
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x . immoral conduct al.1i Florida. Write for I *, sure lappyJ.wfshLedger. elated over the resu'ta of last week's key from counties *
1.1.\ ... t gambling_or anjr me particular or everything that I* not loot wet has ereatffl
\ .;S lowed. 'p. F. G. come and see. S. S. Griffin, Gotha, election, but nevertheless the election I more prohibition sentiment than all tb*

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