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: December 9, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00467
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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be very, gladJndeed to exert .every ef.' '' ... .. 1r
MOWS NEEDS( fort; possible In) that way. ".. ''-J appointed to prepare advertising matte GRt"T' \ \
If you can suggest anything: for me \ N :' descriptive of this section, and \ha(
J/o_ to do in connection with local Improvement "', *" Attend This Meeting >' committee began work at once and the \' PROGRESS : ;
*.' I would ask that you let me' : \| result of their' efforts( will be seen In' e.t J ;
srh;
5t- Broad hear, from I have sent. i short tltnv. ''' ii* -- "M. ,
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re Company, )'ou.l., 'already . -I An unusual 1 '" '..., ..'.". .,. .j' : .
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, Payed with: Brick and some people down from Pennsylvania,.f. lI' 'dinptkywivmt omeeetitng'.aand: ] Is_.. Made. By1: the Commlttce tn:to-_" ,
and =
way expect to have a good number com Iu
every one declared
The
Board of Trade W meet or\\ next Tuesdaynight present would -j f'Iac! fM!lh_ .vEntertainment'of
Sidewalks Completed. ing before January 1st.; r be on hand at,tlie Board of Trade meeting ; > ,
Perhaps .you can give me a Hut.of 1 at.7:30: in the Council Chamber, and will be one on Tuesday night ready to back any I Old Sqldiers/ ;:" """"

, needed industries that could be begi1ntbere proposition-put forward that would en
with .advantage and it be 'of the most important meetings held that
may ever by hence ourtown's ..interest.PROMINENT. II
baa of the bestater
.
Kissimmee now one that I can do.a lot of good in interesting i At '
- -- - -- a meeting 0( the committee of !
work and sewerage systems in the proper people to"make it body. The business; that will presented demands arrangements, to entertain' the'. old : .
and many other Improve. .
state
;
the MAN

ments that have have been made added'during greatly the to past onrtown's successful.This is a vejpy good' region'to do bud,'l' the presence of every member. as the welfare of our A.soldiers R.. encampment! who will' attend in thjcity the annual on Feb-O.

year ness inand Florida is attractive town is at stake and should ba left undone i ruary 14th. ,at which were ,.
beauty as well as to the health. nothing: I. present ,
convenience of proposition to the people here but the!. r I Decides'To Make a Prolonged Stay Chairman C.: A'' Canon,Secretary S.
f ulnens and still things our left people for thing needed in Kissimmee is to have to still further advance'..ts Interests. .There will be a J. Triplett. 0. F; Parker. H., C. Stan.
but there are. many in Kissimmee.
industries where a working man can I ford and G. EL': Tarbox: much
; progress
our councilmen to do before we can find employment while to "J, large number of visitors in attendance and the members '
preparing was made alone the line ojf .
Mr. O. S, perfecting
claim the right of being a real up-to- work his farm. Fowler, who has been representing
date city, one in which we can all feel a Hoping that will not hesitate to I of the Board owe it to themselves to convince the Everglades! Plantation details-and/ outllning-plans bo make the (
you occasion the greatest svcceu: of its _'" .
\ there Co. at Fort Lauderdale
for .
and truthfully say are some months,
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pride call on me whenever I can be useful I are kind held in .
none better. them that all .of oujr citizens ever ready to lead ,. but who is connected with the Fowler ever Flc-ridsv
Yours .
urgent of these and one am. truly, .. Real Estate Agency of Kansas The ubhcoromlttee to whom' was V- "
most
which The we feel the council wll\\ not neglect G: M. MacDonough., any movement that 'will -innure to the food of Kis- arrived in Klastmmee last week for City a,. trusted .the duty of providing music '. C. 1\\

is the formation of a Arst-claae .lay'of only a few day, but so Impressed the occasion reported that the Klasftn-'
,- simmee Osceola "
or county. me. Brass- Band had tendered It* er"- ,
fire company.. There I* nothing stand ANOTHERJICHMOND has he become with the many 1 .
vice for such am amount of ,
ing in the way, our: young men are willing advantages our town and county possess the money aa 'I, ,
and anxious: to join such an organization that: he has decided to remain in- committee thought 'proper to pay

for they will derive great pleaa- Has Shied his Castor into the Kis- deftlntel,.. such and that. if there were. noyfunds to meek \
-an that tne band' would .
expense
Mr. Fowler'a has "' 7"
with .
: company lately acquired : .
ure..treesproperty of our peoplethwill\ simmee Real Estate Ring.In several thousand acres of very _k. ,no>ehargefer performing. 4y

.?e protected against fire, to say noth- Should-Locate l N a tonalSOldiers'HOmeinFlore valuable land near this city, which (la The committee-fully appreciated themere }. Gia
of the decrease in our insurance time gone by a couple of men a being rapidly sold to Western home- than genepeus offer of the bendy ,
ng and'!
While\ the housewives' burden dealing in real estate were all that seekers in small t.racta..and it is more many expressions of commenda 'i .
ate* been. considerably lightened by was necessary to handle the transfers than probable he will make extensive lion werejittored for the spirit that .... !
::1 AT* of made in this town but of prompted such a magnamious.ad on ' '-'"
of water Into theirl0mes. property purchases in this immediate vicinity be ; .
nmiung pipes
h late thing have materially changed tore the the part of the band membership but"'" 1
still: that Is only a part of what very holidays arrive aa he recognizes I
d our people have the right to ex- for the- better, and today there is no that property in this section muat the mmlttee felt that it had no right.
> town in Florida that records tar accept gratuitously such an offer
.torks a* a result of installing the water many necessarily increase in value In a very i
.plant-our house owners and sales of both city and country propertyas short time. ]however freely It was. made and ordered ..

,.fen men have the right to a rein does Kissimmee and it require a In discussing Kissimmee's future| set aside fifty dollar to pay for (
half-score of bona fide agents to handle with the editor of this music en that day, .
lion their insurance rates-a Where the V Veterans' the Federal Army Can paper. MiyTOw-
. ... hog that will not take place: until a the business.It ler stated that he could see reason Th. sane sub-committee also report '
t, flr t
on a working footing. however crowded any line of business population in two years' time.aa .which is considered: one of the best In I_
Another, and also a moat essential might be, there is always room for a I With all the Blessings Nature Can Bestow.The thousands upon thousands) of Northern the country would donate their services -

. xtt to be performed by our worthy live, up-to-date hustling man in its I i and Western people/ ere coming to asking only that thir actual expense .
is the paving of Broadwaywith ranks. Recognizing this fact, Mr A. M. Florida this winter eeldng permanent be paid, which proposition the '
and councilmen vftffied brick, as well a* both Stryker who for years has been connected claim has been made and we i I them in a locality where their lives homes, and he believed that "we had committee unanimously ac pted. 'n.?"

ad.'act.. P .. /Dakin avenues from Broad- with some of the great Western believe it to be true, that it is the desire would be prolonged and their days more to offer them in the shape of cli- The Woman' Relief Corp of this
i the depot. These avenues are daily newspapers as well as the head of the National Government to 'could be spent in the open.t. Inhaling the maU. produ eve soil and general conditions city will have charge oi the refreshments .

.' more than other in ourar.d of an extensive advertising bureau in make the \lives of the old soldiers who balmy and healthful air and enjoyingthe them any other plac in. the funds for that purpose tobe '

f Broadway any is our principal Chicago but who for the past year has fought under the stars and stripes during sunshine. state. The only mistake wow, :re mak- furnished by the committee and It la
, tfte which must been sales agent for the Florida Fruit the war betwuen the States as And there is nd place in all the South ing, s ia he, was that we were not tell quite safe to say that rverr detail In
ulthltre, on everyone Land whose comfortable possible for the few short that is so well adapted for the location that line will b' attended
who desiVe to purchase goods or at- and Truck Company extensive as ing/the world in forcible enough language to, and no
o
and nd to business of character be- holdings lie just south/ and west years they will\ be permitted to remain of such a home aa is this section, for, of the wonderful advantages one of the thousands who are present' ..

des it nature any of the moat, of Kissimmee, has shied his castor into .I,I on earth and this fact prompts us to as was related above, the very men, possibilities and opportunities this sec- at the campfire hot will go away filled
is by one _
teru autiful streets In town in r'lori- I the real estate ring in our town having i i i offer a suggestion, and also to point I I who would occupy this home\ have tion offered the homeseaker and investor to overflowing :with the goodthings u

and the administration any should rented offices over the State Bank, and out a few reasons why we think it I demonstrated their preference ToivKisl these ladies know so well now to pre :

!titer S. everything city in its power to still fur- will handle both city and country propj j should be adopted by our National i l simmee and surrounding territory by pare. ., .T*' .,

ilredcet -enhance its_ and erties. Congress.By j hundred of them coming bre and ACT TYPIflg THE MANMr. Chairman Carson will a short time
beauty providethe
convenience of' ear citizens Mr. Stryker comes among us with the I I far the larger number of those I making homes, and there/{s never a before the encampment, .appoint' a ,

aches placed under the shade traIls highest recomenodations and we who participated in that most lamentable 'day that passes but what An old soldier large. number of our citizens of both

Lntte: center would prove a blessing tofly did that he will at once take a pace I I I of all wars and who are still living { arrives and says: : "I comb here because C. W. Ward WiU Pay for the sexes to act as a' reception committee,
1 the heard it the cface of all
unfit to undergo ex- I've is
who com t6 town during the in the front rank Of our enterprising are physically places who will exert every effort to make -'
LudsJI nur.maths,*as: there our is rarely a day and progressive business .men. '|I:1 treme cold weather that-prevails in the ; for a man of my years to spend the re*. Building of a) Band Stand. the stay of the old soldiers and their ,-
and mainder of his in and
t tie North from December! until April, tlpne peace quiet, friends In our town a* pleasant snd'happy
weather is so pleasant as I 1 of them are seeking homes in and possibly lengthen his life for The Valley Gazette contained a few
W many many Kissimmeeites know how .
as only HV
his time SILVER WEDDING *
spending entire the South that they may in their extreme I years. ./ weeks ago, an account ef the hard work to do. '
I ;
penm'ld\ seats under our masis age and infirmity enjoy the sun LookingXo this end, a committee of our band members were doing to so per- ,
would be a great comfort and q shine and balmy air that are ever our cit! / ne, addressed letters to each fect themselves as to make the band ti Messrs. Parker.Tarbox and Triplettwere

; .,.,.t,. >nce. Is Celebrated By Mr. and Mrs.C. present. .,. of Flpfida's delegation in congress, requesting credit to Kissitnmee, and at that appointed a sub-committee to
Early last spring order were issuedby I' A of these '':. their aid to induce the govern- time we stated that our citizens should prepare the program for the dccasioo 4s.
large percentage .
ues. the City Council to property ownerson W. Barrett. | are entitled to and would seek vet4ran.J' jnent to locate a National Soldiers' show their appreciation by: erecting a and these gentlemen, with Judge Par .1
certain streets to lay within thirty I 'and band stand at some suitable place on ker In the lead, began at once its preparation
j into home were one located I Home in this Immediate section, ,
It is seldom that and woman I i a
a man
sad. days either brick, cement or tile side- where life would bexa i they withput exception announced Broadway, preferably the Katz corner. and In due time it- will be
the occasion cality any
..'r jsralks along their property, a Jarge of are having permitted been to celebrate married fifty 1 pleasure but to enter the Soldiers' that it would give them the greatest We' are now please to state that the given to the public through- the local-
sears _
number of .whom have complied but band' will be but press. .
stand erected that
\ of Americans I| Home -Dayton, Ohio or W hington pleasure to aid in any manner the
the life j
!' some have either from neglect or as 'strenuous across or any of the State Homes rough the' project as it waa not only feasible, buta fact: la due to the open-heartednesa and It is understood that the State G. A. >;, ;+1'
them
other -"cause, failed to have sidewalk usually earns a passport before that North and West life would be only a! just.debt due the old soldiers that. generosity of Mr.. C. W. Ward who R. will issue an invitation to Governor .. { '

put down and we hope that the coun. the time unknown arrives but divide Mr.long and Mrs. C. W. burden and of. vet 'ahort' duration; should be paid to the fullest when solicited bye member of the band Gilchrist to attend with his staff and It .... ", "ai ' oj

.cil will\ not delay another meeting in issuing who, moved to Kissim therefore they prefer to come South : And oar representatives will be ably for a donation toward erection, said: Is more than probable our state's exec. .::: "::...;

k i a peremptory order to these peo Barrett, lately N. Dak. anexeeptlo" and live on thefextwn resources, whichis assisted ,In their work by many congressmen "You gentlemen 'have the stand built utive will be here OD that occasion surrounded 'I.'C'\\4; :: 1
from Tower ,'are
plo to comply with the law that, and in case mee to this: City rule u Sunday, a trial'to wWch it is a shame to aubject and senators from Northern I will pay the bill".words and an act by all his gallants In soldier ':' ;fi IJ;., .:,

.. their failure or refusal the city marked the fiftieth yearly milestone 'hianyxof them, and one which" the states, as every one recognizes that typical.of ; '\ C. W. Ward does attire. '" x .
4th.
ft once tak.fi steps to do the work and" since they swore to "love, honor government, we verily believe, will not the proper place to build a home for things-big th1man.but'says little but It is also expected that some of the 'p .

JI arge the coat, with interest' against and protect one another as long as life permijtOo{ continue when the facts are the card of the aged and inform is in a is ever in the Intersets officers of the National G. A. R will v' ,e ti nit

tfi property.Wjt should last." presented to the proper authorities.e' mild and salubrious climate-which js of our town and county are at attend the encampment, aa during the .

| .have Iso desire to criticise theacts It was Mr. and Mrs: Barrett' intention -' >e' National Tribune, which ..haaMen found, here aa near perfection as man stake, and there u no man in all Flo Ida past year many of the old warlors have a};
know ,
i of our councilmen: for we to the day quietly each letting]/ the official organ of the Grand has ever been permitted to enjoy, and who perform more kindly deed In taken up homes in this land of sunshine .
they have been confronted with marthings their thoughts pass recur to the days when Army of the Republic for over forty we are satisfied there are many members i secret, of which the world will ever be and flowers and those at the

in.attempting to take Kr slm- to them' life was one continual heyday'' years, and which never overlooks an of the National Congress from Ignorant.On head of that organization: desire an acquaintance k t
mee out of the flag station class and of sunshine but since coming he they opportunity to do good for the members Northern and Western states who will Tuesday night the Council was with the magnet that has, + F

make of it a city that of ttime* taxed had gathered around them toer many of that organization, decided to east their vote for any measure that is petitioned to permit the erection of this drawn them hither..and also to find out '' i

their nerve and tried their temper, friends for them to be; My alone on make possible for a limited numberof to the best interests of the old soldiers. band stand in the center of Broadway what panacea their comrade found jn
but out town can nevr-be made what it at the intersection of PossUl avenue '
and about these grizzly old warriors to acquirea the Kisalnunee Valley that changed
occasion' 'at
Men such a joyous ,
should by conciliatory method two o'clock Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Tar1box. home in a land where the marrow in and readily granted the request and It them in one short year from tottering F ,Mage
are prone to oft until to morrow bones did not freeze six _months is expected work on it will begin at to vigor. -
their youthful
done Mr. andMrs-WebUng, Mr. and Mrs. ; .'t'.
CAMPAIGN
what should be today and every AN ACTIVE once.
Derbyshire and Mrvjuid Mrs. Fleming, oat of every twelve, and the heat of A week before the date of the encampment .
one prefer to be jollied Into doing a Thin stand will not only be an ornament ..
summer.force them to always keep In s man will be sent over the ,
the couple
called and extended to happy ,
inatead of forced to do it, to town, but will the '-'
thing being our answer
location of ,
\ their greetingsjtnd wishes for a life of the shade or run the risk of prostrationor city seeking the vacant: 'r ; ,
but there men who cannot be of a speaker. on all public '
are some purpose
sunstroke. that can be rented'Oft that occasion
rooms: t
.I attempt It- many more useful year*. Begun at Meeting of Citizens Tuesday occasions well being the
jollied, aa as means '
idthe medicine first and It is hoped that all our ,
The afternoon was moat enjoyably. When the officers of the Tribune
they know of citizen to delightful v 'I
the law only permitting our enjoy '
citizens who can do will rwrmH the '
how to take and they should be administered pent telling tales of the loner: ago eatIng . broached: the question, many aaid it Night to Advance Kisimmee's i music at least, twice a week.' use of their hemes for ao the nminoda-- w

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cake and cracking both abort of Utoplan'dream.that 3
weoding ,
nothing a .
to most liberally. was The members of the band deserve 4 '
Interests tion of the thousand who will be here V s ;
nuta'and Md when the hour oflerfvifltT tu be $ .
in jokes, the scheme was too big ever .
POII8lbl,- there baa been no council --- especial praise for the energy and spirit failed
Our people have neveryst" to
the" history of our town that ha accomplished I rived each guest was providedttltaca brought to a head. But those pessimists they. are putting forward to make the has **
meet that
pieee of the wedding cake to be reckoned without knowing those any emergency arisen IS.1"
as much aa has the pree few band one of the be.t..illthe State and "
There aJ'fII-a in'1 this vicinity and we feelcertain'that in this Instance -
4-ept aa a souvenir of the occasion.ROSESJBLOOM officers for today that dream that
has andja p should let the occasion
member
and our people never
one
every who take a delight In criticising their fame for hospitality and
and supreme
substantial
of bia time and talent ViMV 8Cheme.,. a fact: solid without assisting them Jn ,
jug the advancement of Kissiii **t \wa undisputed. When these officer had everything: and everybody,-'and paaa possible ; everyway open heartednes will not be marred,In :, .'
PMW bet- mastered the minor details of the pro- particularly our business men. for trot f ; -

who are on the to-1 outeW"1"*J>.j ,' per and ) went forth seeking a Incatlco'and << taking a more active--interest in the tButtons, on which will be Inscribed +,;;, Aa, *.;

'-qualified--
,.efor* In all kindness we In Kissimmee ,Throughout the Entire South, studying climatic: and heaiUiful few people never feel it; to be their --...-- Kissmm! IOU," will bt gtreq MH el .,, i J

ku .* suggestions noted above, conditions: ) aa well as fertility of the duty to dig down in their pockets for a f stranger In our town. TheM button wM ,

I trust! they wfipbe I accepted in that 'Winter.' soil. they selected a tract of thirty-five : dollar to pay; for the circulation of And Every Day Adds fifty Home- will be found at the committee bead- +. u''r

|ht. .jj". '' Next to haalthfulnes. and ranking thousand acres: of land near Kissimmee literature or for hall rent for the Boardof quarter on the morning of tbe '.four' J"', ....

oar: aide by side with congenial climate ft and at once offered it for sale In flve- Trade meetings, and these same poo- seekers to Our City. teenth. , \':'. -

beauty of nature and when nature receive acre tracts and a town lot to oldaoldiers pie were e nspicuously absent at the The committee will' hold .Its next t
Jt: NDS READY: the magic touch of 'woman' for a very small stun -the result being meeting of citizens in the council chamber Every train arriving In Klasimmee meeting at the call of the chairman ; 1'.ti.!..r"

JILL F hand the scene takes on beauty unsurpassed that today there la a town. St. Cloud. I. on Tuesday night, the result of brings a score or more of homeseekers, which will be when all the subcommittees ,

provided the conditions_ are, nine miles from this city that ha a which meeting -will be that our town and last night and this rooming fully have completed their work and Ware .:. '.

Aid in Establishing Enterprises such as to soil and the elements; such population of two thousand people, that will now p forward at a more. rapid !one hundred from the West came: hers ready. to make final report ..... ;
in special and the train this afternoon ,
cars,
is found here than it baa in to '
to other rate
u superior barren of ant' I
any, fifteen months ago was a
'
rr \ and will add additional .
calf tonight
I. 1 _: in IGasimniee. place on earth. :' pie house-nine-tenths of- that popular The meeting waa for the purpose an

,,. .'...' 18 N- .... This statement was proven true on titan being men who fought in the of taking step to allay the false hundred to the Jjstthe larger numberof i MR. J. S. STRATTON . ; -
Pena which at the solicitation of
sI&i't are here
i '",;Edltor J(1..1; St.:.rtt1enGtoWPL last Tuesday, when MIaeEmmaYOW.I Union Amy .and their families. rumors circulated about our town by r.
the several land
'tI IDear tUr-l mrnee the most efficient teacher in the This fact is cited to carry out our disreputable and Irresponsible people in companies'operating in

\\I. ..r' regularly. and am nn recelving: the Gazette grade in our public school contention that there are thousands yet j other inland Florida towns,these people this- city least and one county.At hundred. of-these home- And Partners Purchase-an Immense ----
a wonderful help the Valley Gazette with a cluster 0 envious of the wonderful
lLlsoft .toward keeping JD' living beyond the line rta by Mason and being progress
seekers will look the lands
of the
i i ,what Ia being dou.i Kf..l Informed on rose that were grown in her garden Dixon who fought for the,, blue that Kissimmee has'made the mindedness, Hunter Land .Company over in the Kissim Tract of laid. e..
almost four Bnor-ths sinceaTa lIIe. JruT West Kisiimmee. The editor of would gladly avail themselves of a and they, in their narrow ,
paper Is not qualified to describe residence in this fair land were there a thought that by knocking this town mee Valley, while Mrs. M. V. Fowler One of the largest land sales this fall "

.! ,no"SiertotoI m have fodid iittaJ. beauty or the sweetness of these place where they could receive nature'srequirements !I they would bring more prosperity to will take at least half the that number tovI.w was made this week by Mr. 8.; 8. Grif->.,

.oroqll, ,A Iarent imrrovementm touch with ths dif but he does say that they are as beautiful / they being too poor (their own-which in not only cowardly her property. on eastern shore fin. when he sold to J. S. Stratton of Kthis 1,
.. of the lake.Our ,
week. '.....'pIJlJ8r. the.th CMlt them and aa fine specimens u he ever financially. to come here and then provide 'but-very unbusinesslike. is with city and Mr. J. C. Palmer and Dr/sj. 'to 'I' 1
" exclusive Mr. A. S. Nelson presided over the town rapidly filling up J. H. Johnson of Wauseon '
the -"' noticed In a saw come from the most themselves with the comforts their Ohio" s
eenfersin "4 eption to the need recent of issue: yoat eel I florists. age and enfeebled condition: demand meeting, and many,excellent speechesand > strangers; and by the time the holidays twelve thousand acre of land south
arrive there will not be
vacant'roomto
a a Lwdry told that they are And there thousands who suggestions were made during the a : and east of Lake Butler the Mid
( .... is industry that 1 : And still we are again are ere on
of which
CSm hoe rent. All is the outcomeof "
.; abGUt thought not by any means a rarity\ in Kissim- blessed with much of this world's two hours it was in aaion, and several l lI land railroad also.tbe timber on the
1. myself the the West and North
I
teal here but who old and Infirm and important actions: taken, notably among people in Bryan tract.about thonaand -c. r
fet IIII t can be of an7 "nieeo mee, u dozens of flower gardens goods, are I with the screw 1
.. to locate the man In have numerous varieties that bloom have neither kith or kin-to minister-to which was the appointment of a committee becoming: acquainted section for many thehome..eker acre., aa well as the still and five hundred .
this offers
needed
t L ng ttf motion;->- to PUt *.ry-month in the 'year, and that they their want, who would enter a home of five, composed A. S. Nelson, opportunities and Investor in the acres from the Ore street 'Turpentine -
shapeof
I : say there.:: is aum lent available quire little care or attention. Whata were one In the Sunny South for there G. E. Tarbox R. O.-Meek. G. F. Par Co. of Orlando; All pf this
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',4'i I find and and ker'and H. E. Bryan, to meet the trains climate, land being in bed ... ,
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\\I I' that about the only thloc'neee I northern friends when they reach herein plenty, and when the- final summons atJaclcaonville: and explain to the hometeeekers Officers Elected.At This U aa exceptional. valuable tract .

and : y 1 Ia to find .a capable experienced e- _the dead of winter, after leaving I(I came the/ would answer the last call. from the North and Weat the of land, and there la no'doubt but that, 'r 4 e
Ion a "itle old comrades manifold advantage. opportunities and annual election of officers of the purchaser will net handsome '
blind 1\:\ who would be competent to of white spread over, the surrounded l by their dear tbe returns
r working end of the business man.per earth and the thermometer hovering and loving and tender hands would clone possibilities Kissimmee and Osceola Gen. O. 0. Howard Post.. No. 86, from their investment Ma- they se e

dw created I- \ Id be in a position to take around '; ,... our young girl their eyes in the sleep that knows no county offer. Two of these gentlemenleft G. A. B the following officers reelected will first turpentine the ,timber and ..e.r
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thAI fat the company..' ? ,- ,, dnlHd sohq. \wearing no wraps, I waking this side of the gates that lead on Tuesday night,two on Wednesday* for the year 191ft! F;.W. Web- then cut It up into 'lumber, both of ';

all '' aa,ta pretty close touch with wit .na In full bloom. I' to the throne of the Great Jehovah. night and two on Thursday night, returning king. commander; D, E. Lowell seniorvicecommander which are scarce sit the market and are ,r
"nail. : In various line of Industrr manylen ., amorelow that they cry out, The veterans of that War paid for the following day, Mr. Tarbox : ;;; M. F. Orwger junior bringing splendid& price The railroad Mt ' law

.i.it I forth: aritt .if I can hlp to carry f .OQ ;tent for all time,. \ their keep by government in their doing double duty.A S.-N.I-. vice-commander.M. Comes, chaplain. ; runs directly through this body of land., '
suggestions that will be to the air n.tar. showered all her bltiat e ar declining years on a hundred bloody I committee: consisting of A. D. BUnois. quartermaster; P. -F.TwitebeU. making transportation easy, a fact: that

,. lut ....tI ,.of,Klsalmmee. 1 will lop,lIpoa It. bt Pa proeperitJ, fields of battle, and they have a right son., R. .Waring. 8.J. TrI Iett. F. o&prr of the day, and ii H.. williD&Q land ally, after the .j ,v }
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"On 'to.IGs'siromee' the purpose of circulating scare stories exactly say that they have, but this some root and things like that ypu and scorn of honest men-men who tell

among the homee eken. 'These land telegram states that. some of .them are can havVmoved quickly from the land. the truth-successful men who are on I
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.harks*imagine In their childish brains almost. dead." I can sell you a farm in this marvelous the square "Why don't you get' into.*.]
.bat) by so doing they can"divert' these "This is certainly bad news,but I region for $5&an acre: -: that is, If you good location where you can make i .

. your Pitiable Prattle Cannot! Still the Popular Cry,, home eeken from their destination, suppose that they have" good land at buy'right: now> Values are going up money? Why'don't you get some i
q 4 yh in tow and sel l YM Clai1-; get them !/ a after next land ao that ;you can giw' tile cuiti.,
1;)" p i;;: .. That is. Echoing Through the States the ellewheN-and '.t -profit that would 'I"' "Not oPi*Ollr.llfeI Why! man, they land will be selling for 91,000. an acre. full. value for his money-so' that ]1

;r \ '."; ; ion Call to the Land of Real Prosperity. make the usual get-rlch-quick scheme haint got no land,at all. Nothing but I don't, want to hold this ; land and can tell the truth, about your propc
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/ look 'like ,penny-ante.., Quite r atujally swamps, frog ponds and 'mud holes. make a profit of $950 an acre, because tlon and look_ the homeseeker strait,

x.: .t- .. , the majority of these. bugaboo stories Chills, .fevers, cramps, colic, ugh! And that would interfere with my unselfish in .the eye.. Then he will believeyou

'. ;" r' A .. By A. M. .gf RYKER, are concerning Kissimmee because just what's more,. the water is bad-*-mighty work for, humanity, Morally, it would and will buy your' land because

I : now the majority of homeseekers are. bad-It causes torpid liver; .a pendlCl- not be honorable. This land is selling will know that you are t lUdIr
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1 I .\.. is coming into her own.., Every train: 1 deserved popularity. Greatness is being Here is how the crude scheme tails to "Horrors'!? It must be .terrible to try.' may be able to get you there before. It man Come toKissimmeejul
l ._. iejttering her boundariea brings scores trust 'upon her because of the work. Learning that a erts:n party to live there."' ill'all'sold." its wonderful prospcrftyT The
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,I ;.-:-" -' ',": 'of desirable men and women who have beauty of the surrounding country I is going to Kissimmee the shark approaches "They can't live there ,much longer Does.. the scheme work? No I The plenty of f room and business here

;f .:{;, 'decided to make their future habitation the fertility of the fields and the plentitude and-a conversation about like Land won't grow a blessed thing, no', homeseeker Is suddenly seized with a all. Listen to the popular cry_' v

i :'__ ,_ In our Und of gentle skies. .f.Th'ette/ pea of produce that goes forth without this ensues : sir! People. have to eat canned sardines great mistrust In humanity-and especially Kl .lmmee J I" You 'can't still it %,

r pIe are the cause of a marvelous trans fail to the great markets of. the 'Great country, eh Y" ask the shark. dill pickles, alligators and fish. the' Florida brand. He takes your pitiable l lying. prattle nota i

$:?, formation. A million fertile acres bear East and divert,a goodly stream of dol- 'Fine climate; beats blizzards and Fish aint much good either." the next train back to Plunketville. thousand years. (,

.: today the ve'rdanttreen of growing larsKIssimmeeward. Homeseekers hear snowballs, etc., etc., I suppose>> that you "But my neighbor, Brown, was When he gets there..be has a'few .- -,, O:t ,
1 crops where only yesterday stood the of the fame of Kissimmee from the lips have bought land in Florida?" down there and bought a farm. Outin things to tell his \) and friends. He Did Not like s..
sighing pines. There begins to be the of those who have been here and have around. I'm' Plunkettville Kansas he neighs
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i l murmur of manufacture and the smoke seen with their own eyes the latent going to stop off at Kissimme and see utation as a successful farmer and he A boomerang.IS a peculiar. teurved. stick tc
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doubting other mla !
treasures number .
NJ .1 i I; I', from freighting steamers ascend against of nature. goodly friend. who has recently moved there certainly ought to.be a judge of land," used as a throwing: weaponry the aboriginal The other
y the blue of the skies. from the silvered of those who board the" trains in thecities' from my town." protested the homeseeker. "I can't natives of Australia.A'skilled honesty. man war-very]'
of the North bear tickets callingfor at the time and forgot( to give .
rivers and mirrored lakes. The steel understand this matter.'Your .
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rails of commerce are crawling like sinuous transportation to Kissimmee. phat!" exclaims the shark, his face assuming -- friend Brown must have been things. He can cast it from_ him and paid again. Ever have that

,k 's serpents across the country; vast It ii for the benefit of this class a well-feigned look of IIJk'JThorror. : drunk when he bought land at Kissimmee. I make it curve elt.herto the right or All the trouble, all the experien

communities are forming, villages are those who contemplate coming to Kissimmee "Don't get off there on your:. Or, probably, he don't care to left,--curve upward or dart downward 'have worry been, 'ar allunpleasantness'would t
1't, / springing into being and towns are -that we desire to give a time- dealing-ita smite of death. However 1
life. Don't you know that the town is admit that be has been stung. At any ed had the, payment been m d. b
t growing into cities. ly warning against a class of men who, quarantined Why, they have yellow rate don't believe what he says. lie a boomerang is a poor weapon for the .cheek instead, of cash i y.<
4,' J Because of this magnificent progressevery let us be thankful, are mighty few. fever small .pox, tocomotor ataxia and is a fool and a liar. Now I am an'honest amateur-mighty poor! When the Why not place 7o,r' money' In1 ':

true citizen of the State is re- Yet these few men in the unrestrained mumps there. Kissimmee is the,most man. When I die I expect to be amateur throws the boomerang he bank and bills by check. Itlis
pay your : '
joicing. In every live town and city practice of their vicious ignorance are unhealthyltown in the world." wafted heavenward} on a bed of American can't tell what it is going to do. The the one safe way ,7. ",

representative citizens-business and doing almost irreparable injury to the "This is certainly unpleasant news, beauty roBes because of my unselfish best plan is to immediately' dodge behind BO-lt State Bank of Kissimmee.t

professional men, farmers and mect _- cause of state progress. but I haven't heard anything about it labor for the sake of humanity'at a tree or a brick:building. Otherwise .

ics-are putting forth intelligent effort These men have found the pace of I before," ventures the alarmed home- large. Believe me, I have told you the it may curve back and biff him a
rl for their l localities.! They-'have caughtthe modern progress entirely too swift for seeker. eighteen karat, dust (proof, stemwin
spirit of the Twentieth century and their mental feet. Apparently they "That's because they keep it on the'ring truth about Klssllft_. In* all believe that people are foolish who The Passion Play In*moving pictureswas

t their cabalistic symbol\ the combination have neither the ability brains or Q. T.' Just look at this'" Whereuponthe probability I have saved your life. look into the noisy end of a gun when shown at the Electric Theatre l last

I of capital brains, ambition and honor requisite to success in the practice shark flourishes a fake telegram However, I don't want you to pay me there is a certain degree of uncertainty Saturday: afternoon and evfenlng and

.'f e/ energy. There is a keen rivalry between of legal business. They have;I which states that it is highly dangerous : one cent for this great service. I only as to whether it is loaded or not. proved a most wonderful ana,. pleasing l

these communities, towns and cities. therefore, turned to the employment 011 to approach even within 'fifty miles of desire to show you sofhe real land and Then what are we to think pf a man exhibition. These pictures are.. ased

I I" However, it is a healthful stimulating, misrepresentation, lying and sWindle. I j Kissimmee, when the wind is blowing thus save the honor of the great State who will fool with a boomerang You upon the religious drama perlo

friendly rivalry. It is the kind of rival- Some of these are disgruntled because from that direction. "Do you see those : of Florida. It will grow anything and can just mark it down that somethingis Oberammergau Bavariaevery n '

ry that is bound to make Florida one of they have found it difficult to sell worthless 1 freight cars out there? Wellf every | you can easily raise eight or nine crops going to happen that man. years, and are fully explained r. )

i the foremost+ states of the Union. lands remote alike from the centers I one of them is loaded with coffins rorKllBimmee. each 'year. You won't have to live on Now we would say to these men: James S. Clark, In his new and Kginal t!

t By reason of her magnificent location of progress or business have turned I yes, sir, coffins." this land if 'you don't wan't to-just There is nothing to be gained through lecture. Mr. Clark .also: gives egiy .

1! Fr in the very heart of the State Kissim toward Kissimmee the wrath of their I I Have many people died there lately come around when crops are ripe and the practice of misrepresentation and teresting and instructive hijy eons \

a, mee is getting her share of this pros j hatred engendered by envy. It ill ?" asks the homeseeker, shaking in get a valise full of money. The land is pure unadulterated lying. It la hard cerning the discovery and try of the., I

,1 1 _parity She has the hearty well-wishes alleged that these men !board the trains I his boots. | ready for the plow right now with the' thankless, dishonorable unprofitable I moving picture mael n..., JM *r*. .

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a . ., ) Squirrel was chief 'on ,the menu, and
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ro St. CJopd is populated with energetic, many interesting. wehas. laughable ,
Craig PINE red-bloo<1 ed men, women and children, ,events of the..expedition were related.Comrade' 'SWAN"AND "ME '
fey. LUMBER"jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjUjjjjjjjj ,, and the growth!of the community prom '.----.J.' 2 .
ises to continue without. a rival,In the W CAITt*. 8AUNDERS '
use South,. : ", ., Q.. Keynotes\ has had .
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and hi. mother of Erm'Tennu. arrived avenue, crystal water rising to within L"EAV'' e :
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not Woman's Relief of- town is favored "L' , 1.,', 1\ n" .;,! ','J.,' .
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Corps yesterday the following officers with good water, if the people are willing _. ":' 4'\\!' ;'

were elected.: Mrs. Fannie Ferguson, to stand the first expense of putting I -FOR-... t\;' '-h
V, to meet all conditions president; Mrs. Emma Rails, senior down a good Well.

edT : *in combination with vice-'president' ; Mrs. Cora Hyre, treasurer _
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1\\bas Fairb Willa, conductor; Mrs. Dutton guard. twenty-three hungry newly-m a d.e
*. Call or send for Illustrated\ catalog No. IC80., friends gathered at the1-home Mr: :

dtotrlem w.-.p Hardwire Co.Yap, FU. 1112-1U4 rt.IIIII $tre t. ...... 3M A party composed vf Mrr and Mr*. I and Mrs. Theron Curry"and enjoyed a
E. G. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. H. I> Col- -
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all I vin, Mr. W.B.. Towler, Miss Bertha lawn of Comrade Henry Hockman's >P ARKS .J\j'.J.

avolId. Horton, Mrs. Frank Graham, and Mrs.. place on Connecticut avenue lIearTwelfth . \
.. b Parker, all of St. Cloud, Jo meyed'bylaunch street.' : It was a novelty to "
yrti The KDLL 'BASS MAHKETGarden on the lake to Narcoossee l last! the Northerners to dine out of doors on

Friday and enjoyed. a fishfry at that Thanksgiving Day, which they usually I .

ck. ;,1 1m. Building One Block from t place. | spend Inside around a rousing coal fire. Return 1J30; AM,3 d 5:00: ,P, M : '
I Two large Southern turkeys were roast .
.., The accessibility of Florida gives our ed in'an oven built for that purpose
<4ictnml FJslt l lorida ot all kit s. State a decided advantage over Califor-' out of doors which kept the men busy --- '

and! Western MEATS S.POULTRY .J nia. It is long a trip to the Pacific coast furnishing wood for fuel and a third

besides it costs from.the center of |I' bird was roasted by one of the ladies at Bathing Hunting Fishing a

last! _I=RESH FIS< population about half as much to come her home. A large table was built a _
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//W"1 lUWT Association it was voted to build an than the "fruit supper" tenderedby
extension of the sidewalk recently constructed I Colonel and Mrs. Williams, at their

| $0.00' by Comrade J. F. Farris in home on Connecticut avenue. For this ,1
r con-v ? $$10.00 per Barrel front of his property on Eleventh street occasion the house was a bower of

f thr t ta and the new walk now extends around lights. On nearing the place one found A 0 a .
S.' 4 the corner of Massachusetts avenue immense Chinese lanterns hanging in '

ct. : JARLfNEW IRISH OTATO SILANjlog and down to a point south of the entrance the piazzas gleaming forth in highly-

to G. A. R. Hall. Let the good j colored designs. After being welcomed

Northern Markets work go on. by host and hostess the guests were
I| introduced and soon lost in merry .

Miss Katie Ellis Rutter daughter of games. A cozy nook of ti\p\ dining room
Mr. and .. rs. Isaac Rutter residing j I was converted into a veritable gardenof

THE POLARIS Pennsylvania avenue and Mr. (ilarenxeT. Eden. In china and silver basins ..-
: Williams were married last night at I were mounds of fruits, of home and : i

: ? 7 o'clock, the Rev Dr. Rogers, officiat foreign varieties. Above this hung a -_ '4 i'

ing. Among the guests/were Mr. and globe of crimson light the color effect ......
4-OO BARRELS GROWN Mrs. Wood Mr. and Mrs: Hollenbaugh.Mr. being heightened by the brighthuedfruit // :'1

here in Florida on FIVE ACRES, quality the best. More large end Mis. Robert Blair, granparentaof and candies. The fruit was distributed S .ri
f potatoes to the hill and largest! yield of any of the proved and tested the bride; alad Mrs. Aldrege and to the guests, Miss Gertie i.
varieties. We can supply a limited quantity-of this seed potato grandson, Manuel Wilson of Erin Ten- Johnson and Miss Lartner" assisting Mrs.
grown in AROOSTOOK County Maine, for $3.25 per bag (2J nessee. Williams at the table. ,
tw bushels) freight prepaid to any Railroad station in South Fla. Or- --- ".- -- -
1'I den must be sent at once accompanied a cash deposit of '$1.00 THE MILLER KNOWSthat
per rrd.apLANTyEARLY FORpHIGH November or Decemberas The. lecture by Mrs. E. A. Knapp at Is Any of This Yours: ? .

A resident des for twenty-six years, will advise PRICES.as to planting Our Manager.'a diggingand p.'A. R. Hair' last Tuesday night, for Tallahassee, Dec. 8th-Governor Gil- *good, food can't come from t

marketing. 9Wecan.uppl'yyoupotato the benefit of the Women's Improve christ holds a mall,sum of money due / poor hurl Get "First Quality .
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ment Society wss successful 'both to each of the following men, who were
Sanford Produce financially) and as a subject of considerable members of Company C,. First Florida every time'by, insisting on the red:h

barrels from our Barrel interest;.yet one '.which is little Volunteer InfantrySpanish' ; ':American ";., and.blue" Qu ker .,.City"label.l ,Ir )
)( understood or appreciated. 'Mrs.Knapp' War, which was recruited at or around }. '
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Factory: Car lots or lees Character When found on bag or barrel. this ,
subject was a* Orlando. The governor"desires' 'the '
Also'Bean.. Cuke and Let. QO.SAHFflRD, FLA."' Shown in the Hand and Face," and shefroUR'ht present 'postofflce address of each of I this, '.label is the miller's .direct,

: tuce hampen. , out manv points of much inter I these parties, if living.' If any of them guarantee of "First Quality* flour. 1

'. ,w.refer bv .........ro. to Editor thi Is eper. eat, the talk being illustrated by nuLL er. '.are dead,' he desires the names and ,,:
0 0I ous charts. postoffice addresses of their legal fepresentatives -
0I t : Wright W. McNeill. John .. l\\
I / E. Allen Vanden- W. Peter
Cooper.
QUAKER CITY FLOUR
t ,i The new St. Cloud was the scene of. Hanson Arthur Clair Landis Thomas MILLS. CO; ,
a jolly luncheon party on Monday, Mr.land ''IM. Scott ,John C. Carter, John A. PHILADELPHIA
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Mrs Perkins being the Anderson. Crews,, Frank Percy E.G. Gainer Bartlett, Edwin JosephL. L. Ji'

: E L.LE$1BYOOMPANY ers of the hunters, the ... entertain-j Jackson Walter Lyn 'h, Charles S.

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CANNOT COME TO J JAX.
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t Route containing 'cottage 4 Is Called by Demoaatie Executive Committee, in the 'absence' of funds .1 : -
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inspectors and'clerks for the State pri .
V orange grove 197 old trees, 17 acres. ANDERSON & BYNUM'
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'* The Graystone Hotel City.. The.following call! was made by the available, fo( tending the ballot boxesto Ethel; All ONefe in Kissfmmmee I, --- !
State Democratic Executive Committee the polling places and. getting them i I THE ..
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1"f.,; ,. i H. D. GEIGER Jacksonville, florid, off the 11th ;,day "returns of the said primary election, Cleanly, Dyeing, RepairingBargains '. Y3REATESTpew. catalpg,.... Holiday Goods ..!
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of November.. D.'1910, to-wit: does hereby call upun the County Democratic that we :wills. &, d you .for ,,
;', AttofneyatLnw., Thatlhe Democratic Executive Comtniltee Executive Committee to arrange XMAS the-asking ..

i4 State Ba.U Bidg.Kisslmtnee :. .of .the State of Florida bere&ymakee I for inspectors and clerks, and do ". y .
the following call for the holding everything: else necessary for holding .

., . f Florida of A Democratic primary election to said primary or primaries in each ST-ORE There are Thousands x>f "fe< od' ,
county, other than the printing and .
be held fa compliance with the. laws of store. .
;; 4 .: ...'.. ,: }cJlIt-.-.WW*.......#. Yilk Florida m each county of 'the State of distributing of ballots, which will-be In all kinds pf Real l Estate.! I suggestions .in our
order facilities.
: : M. TILLER ) Florida at the legal polling "pjace i In done by the State Democratic Execu C I I Fire 'and Life Insurance and IN THE. Our mail '

... each election district; during the hours live Committee.The 1 Armour's Fertilizers. Renting STATE, are unexcelled. .
t-'. } 'N" : Real Estate Agency: fixed by law for the holding of an election Chairman of the State Democratic and Collecting Rents a i )o
on Tuesday, the 10th day of January Executive Committee shall furnish Taxes for i I .. .
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'..i'"x 1' . ...._....,. 1911, (for the nomination of a one newspaper in each county in Non-residents. I T" JACkSONVILLE
'; t Realty bought and sold. Democratic candidate to be voted for the Stare of.Florida not later than the H. COMPANY i

,I .j L Houses rented. . by the 'Democratic i members! of the first day of December, A.: D. 1910, a R. O. MEEK & W. B.. DREW fLORlDA
'I Taxes paid and Titles verified M Legislature of the State of Florida, to notice of said primary election' be L }

j" .-, J for non-residents. C be held ih the year 1911. held under t.his.Gall, the same to be KissimmeeFla. r
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autance. J necessary under the provisions of said according ,
\" 4 Jndemnit ;Bonds. PI l laws, shall be held on Tuesday, the Will H. Price,

*"*** Ceo. W. Fisher .
Secretary.PRJCE .
? tween the two highest candidates, if a .
ry I. I MIIM Ilif. LttslMf. FII.ARCIIiTECT ,
'aA nomination shall not have been made J
; I HAVE FOR.SALE by a majority vote in the first primary OF BUTTER .at' IN .J1. -t-
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1 No. 1 Ocala Lime. election, and at such primary election' p{
only such electors as qualified to i
l J No. I King WInser Cement Plaster were Our Most Nutritious and Wholesome LILLYS ADDITIONFive
4e shall
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e No. 1 Fire Brick Designs for All Classes of BuildiigsL
be permitted to vote. Food Product.

Carload Cypress Lath on the road The Democratic Committee' calling ( RESIDENCE WORE A SPECIALTY! Blocks From Courthouse !
The discussion given to the subject of
No. V Cement said primary election in' compliancewith
coat and living has directed more or ,
r'' the laws of the State of Florida,
r For sale at reasonable prices less attention to "the Federal oleomargarine 7-&nnpdlB
hereby declares the terms and tcondi Lots 50x150 ft. $75 to $100 uI
tax and the price of butter. .
I KissImmee Granitoid Works tions which legal electors
on offeringto
People who are 'in favor of repealingthe W. W. CARSON. D. D. S. I Block $500 :1:
B. DICUMOM.OWIMT and Her.Works become candidate or to vote at present oleomargarine law have DENTAL PARLORS "
such election shall be regarded and 5 Acres $760
on Broadway and taken advantage of the situation to \
Midland Railroad. taken. proper members of the Demo- RIVERS BUILDINQ
loudly condemn as "unDemocraticand
cVatic and therefore entitled to OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACYOFFICB
party
W. LILLY
participate and become candidates: un'-American this burdensome tax See JAMES Owner 1
on a pure wholesome and nutritious TO PHO...
before and vote at such election, as food product." HOURS. ) f5 TO t? '.. IitQa
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e follows: They conveniently forget to explain

k ennetbP.BuIeli Those, and only those! persons shall that over 97 per cent of the oleomar- -

be permitted to become candidates before garine put upon the market is taxed at .

or to vote at, or participate in only one-fourth cent per pound. Theydo I S'
BARBER the management of any primary elec- not explain that only that oleomargarine
'i-" SHOP tion held by the Democratic! party in that is artificially colored is taxedat -

Florida, who are white Democratic ten cents per ]>und. For the next 30 days we will sell fi

electors, who declare their adherence Even if
Cold Drinks J Cigars it were all taxed at ten cents :
I to the principles a organization of: I per pound it would have absolutely i

1 Kissimmee the Democratic party, National, State nothing do with the price of butter
and County, and who are by the laws, after the latter reaches thirty cents a '"y
. x -L1'J -.:_ of the state lawful electors of the district pound retail. It coats about fourteen .

-. in which_ they offer to vote. cents a pound to produce the very best .

F. H. JENKINS Each elector In the State qualified to grade of oleomaiganne. Add to this a 1 FURNITURE -
vote in said elections shall have the ten cent tax and the cost of production at

M right to vote for one United State. would be twenty-four cents. The prod- ,.

Senator. uct could be retailed at thirty cents at

r' Surveying and Thet all democratic white electors, 8 handsome profit to manufacturer and I

who have paid their poll taxes, and retailer.

.] have qualified to vote in the election Looking at the question from any I .

Drafting held on November 8th, 1910, and are view point it is clearly seen that the I J C.ASHL

,f. B __*fc6rnoB otherwise qualified as herein provided, oleomargarine law has absolutely noth- COST for ;

jt. ( ,. J: shall be allowed to vote in the primaries ing to do with the price of butter.

.. : IN FnAttttNtTY HALL held in January, 1911, and no poll The dairy interests of the country are I ,
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. tax ihall be :required to be paid for the not enjoying any benefit through oleomargarine I ' 81
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i 4' (KISSIMMEE. FJAJ.flOR1DA year 1910, as a prerequisite to votp in. legislation except as the in " :, ., :i'" ., '
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, f. I. t \r... "' the said primaries, and the registrationbooks tegrity'of the Industry is maintained.In 19; { e.,. .,. b...' .. ?1\ ",; (., , I.
: for the electioii held on November this every honest citizen should feel. :
; : : REAL [ESTATE fOR SAl 8th, 1910, shall be. accepted as'correct - a keen interest. He should also understand '

} registratian books for said pri that the effort put forth by the SS".REME R to at these Prices fw
,: 4., ,J:2' Beautiful' winter home sites situated maries. manufacturers of oleomargarine 'to secure I : Nothing Charged Anyone .lli
.r In the Lake Region o; Florida.
Tracking and Farming Lands in large The Democratic County Executive!: legislation which,will make it easy I "

0* small tract Committee of the various counties, for men to 'commit fraud in selling

shall at noon, on the first Saturday after oleomargarine, Is not inspired by love I
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY! such primary, or sooner, if all the for the "poor man who wants a cheap

... u ,List your property wjth me for quick returns are in, meet at the County substitute for butter." I II

f -I f"."" ..1... J jwry' J" Court house and publicly canvass the The whole proposition may be thus I GRAVES
returns, and the chairman and sere summed up: Oleomargarine is now I ROSS

H. 'M. Breaker & Co. tary of said committee, within two made to smell and taste something like I

days thereafter_shall certify to the butter. The manufacturers and a fewTetattd I
if .
: :: \, "Box. ITS KISSlMMEE, PLA, Chairman of the State Executive Committee ",_want the privilege of putting '... "

and to the members of the it upon the ma7trtrso that it will "

.t': State Executive Committee j from their look like butter, thus making it easy to 1
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W., Q.' BASS respective counties, the result of said commit fraud. \
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primary election in their respective Every good citizen should be Interested - {
.J r( j'r i .' Wholesale and Retail counties, showing the result of each in effective pure food legislation

." ," ..I .,. ; Dealer. precinct, and from the consolidated retuns and the oleomargarine law it just such 1
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01 \ !'' from, the various counties the legislation-no more, no less 1i

.fl7" [Fresh 'Beef Fork and Stale Executive Committee shall at The, National Dairy Union. \
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V ., , 12 o'clock noon,..on the 18th day of E. K. Slater, Sec'y.
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1 H! January, meet in the city of Jacksonville St..Paul, Minn.
: ; : Mutton The Osceola Hardware Company
\ ;: and decide and declare what candidate r f
.. nominated Good News from Youth's.Companion
has been
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whether
' IPHONE 44. or not a second primary is w. have' bad to make The Youth's up-. .

\" I 01":.f., : )...:. ,'. necessary. Companion larger to get in all the good
f .I- Each candidate for office being voted to-date and l
'. things that Companion readers ought to plumber are prepared- I
:,:- for shall have the right to place one
\ have. The added amount would bike
\. i'C., W.. Griffin watcher and challenger in the ,polling four hundred pages of standard magacine to furnish estimates on all kinds..

-.\ .." :.- .. . place at each precinct In.ery county, sice and print but we have kept ..
; i, z' "r'', '. -- -- - which said watcher iand'challenger the price just the vame-$1.75'{l : for the PIPE _
, shall be entitled to be present during of PLUMBING FITTING
,: fA'NCY' Groceries Uty.two'weeka of 1911,.andW I the issues ,
r f ., the entire'time the polls are open to for the rest of this year free from .
I!', challenge voter and also witness the
1-,"'" ,I, the time you:sand in your subscription.We ETC. (
' ,,. INC counting of the vote and certifying: of would like to tell 'you what is In r
; the result after the polls are closed. for readers I'
FRESITMEATSDelirery store Companion next year.
,i Th. ballots poll list,, returns and .We can not do it here, though; there is i.I BATH ROOM AND TOILET
other records of the election shall be I '
not rqpm. But send ui. your address on .
preserved by the County Executive a postal card and .we will send,you the ;
at Boar
Livery Day Any FIXTURES
' J 1 r Committee after the primary has been beautiful Prospectus of The Companionfor : A i I. SPECIALTY.

I Patronage Solicited held.The 1911 announcing many.new features ':

North Klsaimmee Phone No. E campaign committee, consistingof together with sample copies of All Fixtures and Work t
Fully
i members
five heretofore selected, the paper., '
shall prescribe all necessary forms, We think you will agree, when you i
.,. Fleming, blanks, rules, regulations and ballots, have read them, that there is no other Guaranteed.: . .
Sprigg and do, or Cause to be done, all thingaoece..or paper that gives quite so' much pf sucha

advisable to be done to high quality as The Companion.The '- .- .
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.. CLEANING Insure the holding of said primaries ,new subscriber receinea a gift of ------

PRESSING and in connection with such primary The Companion's Art Calendar for 1911.; I

I... "dREPAIRING elections not Inconsistent herewith and reproducing twelve colon and gold.m -
'. with the laws of the State. beautiful water-color garden scene.4"r OSCEOLA .HARDWARE CO.

I.. ; The County Executive Committee '- The Youth's Companion ,
the Campaign committee of the State; 144 JBerkeley St.. Boston, Mass.New S. L. I.UPFER4anap

M ]>...' word at ny bons. and eloUtH Executive Committee, shall not have .. ,;.subscriptions received at this . fI
1 ,. will,be called lor and returned. toe right to call upon any candidate in office'"* '*+fOld
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I as the "rich.man'. playground," but it I I Prof. Knapp of the Department of Agriculture -I tions shall have"tte( right to vote for va"

t 'GREATEST STATES has become "thepoor man's paradise. i I onc ; : We people of'the! North and East and 1'banquet in J Jacksonville Fla.:_ From I[ tor. TTX; Murphy, CENTRAL
- the West do not really know what life'I Ian agricultural stahdpomTif i may be Chairman Osceola Count \Democratic NEW HOTEL

and is nntil we have spent some time In..' reckoned in this wise with rell., ct to I Committee. >v.
florida Has More Resources Its ,
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J' . Florida, I the values'of her lands: Ten. percent F. W. Hill Secretary., X. A. G. HAMILTON. Proprietor
? ,) People Are Happier Than in Any.._ ....The l beauty of the sky and I landscape, soil, eighty per cent climate, and ton Dated December 7tb, falO. *'. s| ?w zll'f. ; x a ,,

Other State in America. the bounty climate and health, the. per cent man; and the more you put .....- \ / .!
" voluptuousness of foliage and farm into the question thegreater will' be .
" .: are nothing to De compared with. the the result!-Cosmopolitan Magazine. t .Inspectors and Clerks of ff dion.: Kissin noo'$' Newest and :

I have teen all oVer, the grew, State great and limitless opportunities for The folowlng "inspectors and clerks taae, ,
.! -of Florida, writes E. Roy Melcenti I the man of ordinary means to establish I Call for Democratic 'Primary are hereby appointed by the County +
I it have been up one coast and down the himself upon Just a few acres and Democratic Executive Committee to Most Up-To-Date Hotel '
ni other. I Lay..n all the famous'abow make those'acres give him all there is Election. ** serve. such at the Primary Election )' r
1' places of the state. I have dipped into in life to own.. to be held on Tuesday January 10th .
the amethyst waters of Biscayne r Strictly dern and FJrepr&6f throughout. Locltehi r'3
-1 I have ten of Florida land A. D., 1910.Precinct \% -3 :ii
seen acres ,
and I hare slept all night at a center of the City IVrAdjolnirig wJ
3'B. produce at the rate of.more than $800 Pursuant to the action t6 State No. 1-U. M. Pfann G. W. Passenger- Depot. .
ntine still close beside the ltoc -
; per acre. The man who owned this Democratic Executive Committee the "White, F. H.: Stalker.. W. S. Harwell,, y rw yr
,:: Jade of a convict camp. I have seen the ..'
garden patch of ground came to Florida County Democratic Executive Commit clerk.
results of Florida's wonderful
mighty < to die, after he had sickened his tee of the county of Osceola, In' the Precinct No. 2W. W. Ivey W. LMosely .

4" 'and Incomparable the trend of the soil.human Last year tide ot jsaw body bending over a dirty desk for state of Florida, hereby calls for the H. N. Overatreet, P. G. Cro- American Plau; .JlT&r mF
fifteen years in a northern citir and holding of a Democratic primary elec- martie. clerk.
travel that was pouring over the bordenT'of -
': mark you, this man knew nothing of tion to be held in compliance with'the Precinct No. 3-W, W.. Clark, Wm. ' v V*sf* "BB*
Florida like of ,00=3c
'? e I, invasion: 1 hare, seen a'land great'Y&1aH army rise' farming when he came. Today he U laws of Florida In the county of'Oseeola Allen Aaron Reaves, R. V. Lanier, *
rich beyond his wildest dreams of at the) legal polling place In each clerk.
seTeraJ hundred cent in only-ifew
;'. ,per youth. He can go out any dar'of the election district during the hours fixed Precinct No. 4-F. N. Fair Harry >
p. \0 .
- \ '""moq.t. netcLtkttmendouede-
;I *. /wand for*Florid.'an; I know the year and pick growing things for him bylaw for the holding of' an election Avant, J. J. Johnston" J.:B. Williams- :
'j 'of table. His.wife and babies are simply on Tuesday the l0th, day of January, clerkv FIT ?
her exquisite climate, hergrpwing
I r '...' : auty verdure, her draped trees''tea bubbling over with. generous health 1911 for the nomination of. a Demo- Precinct-No. 5..:JL. L. ,Donegan, Ao'4
the dreamy tier and this man is every bit -as much a tratle candidate to be voted for by the Nathan"'Blount. H. C. Farmer,-Hike -
moss
Iteond'with
I prince as though ages'of royal blood Democratic members of the legislatureof Lemons, clerk.Precinct .. '
I pl ea, palms, andpalmettos, her won-
"' ''''Jde/fuJ streams unlike those"of any oth flowed through bit veins. I hare visited -j the state.of Florida .to be held In the No. 6-Randolph :Young, -n. -.n
the colonies which year 1911. John Baisden, Lee Bass 'R. A.
many successful Barber
;'er region in the.:world, and I have fet| CHR
; ..thei griping} charm of her out of doors have1' sprung up over Florida, and I | 'Provided> that second primary if clerk; '
: I/that seems tot I hold one entranced Ws' hare seen there more peace pleasure 'I I I necessary, under the provisions, said Precinct No. 7-J. H. Wafer. W.P..
,tbougJ"Ja aapelL and profit I to the square Inch than baa J I:laws, shill be held on Tuesday,the Slat Underhill; J. E: Alderman.. A. C. PRESENTS.You .
ever been my. good fortune to behold,,day of January,- 1911, to' choose between Wright;; clerk .
has ?
Florida It
All the wonders ,
: before. | the)--two highest Prlclnct No: 8-R. L. E..n'L.l, & *}-
-I I 'eanclldate.'ll.nomln.tlon' ; 1 a
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been peculiar pleasure to hare .vis
my
Tin J.'W.T F. W; Hill clerk. could'givey Wi '
the Mind you these northern. men and shall not hare been made have R4p
and viewed two '
ited during
put
women who are filling Florid ... I,by a majority vote In the first Witness our hands and seal this. 7th '"
up primary .
,
an. 1 am. wholly, and compl.t.lyeabdud .1 I 11 r I ;
hundreds election and d.y'of December. A.D.. 1910.
and infected with the Index not a few in. numbers but ; .tauch primary election
> s I ALL SIZES ANDPRICES.
: the right hand of 'the World. they can be seen by the thousands and'only such electors as' were qualified to T. M. Murphy.
finger on TJ/
the tireless' scores of thousarida. You may talk I!vote at the first primary election shall F. W. Hill. Chairman.
Here are soon to come i '
> greyhounds of the seal carrying; full with them from the window of :your I.be permitted to vote.. I i Secretary. .[anALJ] .

cargoes to all parts of* the universe on Pullman as you travel along'and the,. The terms and conditions of which legal Bee '"- ...-; e '
o r their way to and from the Atlantic and universal answer to your question Is, i electors offering to 'become candidates Darwin relates a cartons) Instance of '
'. """ Pacific oceans through the Panama ea- I would not go back home for anything' or to vote at such election shall Intelligence on the part of bees that Osceola Pharmacy :

-i. 'nal This entire state is one gigantic in the world. I be regarded and taken as proper members were carried to- Barbados. and .the ,
.f field of activity. Development is In Mow when the whole North Is settling of fcthe Democratic party and Western Islands.,. They worked furiously Uon
? the; Mir. everywhere.. The madness of down to six months of ice, idleness therefore entitled to participate in and for the first'year. then suddenly
ceased to .
;
lay honey living life
up a
large coal and slumber bull and become candidates before
; money and opportun has grasped and vote at of drunken ease. They had discoveredthat
.-* -Florida, the peacefu / 1\its unrelenting the northern farmer is doing nothing sure: as follows: the material for honey wersTlo'. r
". \.;nandV. The government has appropriatod but chop wood and mend fepcea the I Those and only those persons who I, be had every' day' In the year and that Y''
$ .> 'manymiHfons! for the improvement Florida farmer is tilling his' "field shall be permitted*to become candidates to lay op store of which they were IUssimniff .( I tfritt
' f 4 .oj ilorida water ways. This planting hi. third crops which he' will'lend before or to vote. at or participate' robbed was folly, ,
.pointftothe nearby fnhre: -when Florida to market in midwinter and sea the management of said primary .
election ,
J ''ATwo Shea f and C.n.IN Yarn ELECTRIC REDUCE: i 'oW
-. for that would set northern YOUR LIGHT:
shall stand forth to the world with prices a j who are white Democratic elec girls went for a tramp la tile ,
'the most important ports of call forte farmer by the ears with envy. This-is ton'who declare their adherence to the woods. Tbe tramp had a rough time.Jadge'e Wiring, Fixtures A METER TUNGSTEN t. ' 1j

thousands of ocean vessels which the beauty, of Florida. You buy the I principles and organization of the.Democratic ,- tJnrary._ Lamps Shades 1 I ,.
irected.tbelr land and pay for it according: to the "' LAMPS WILLtpn rr''
wjjl bare courses towsvid party', state and county. and .
the Panama canal .and Florida. There number of ac:,.. you contract for, the j i who are by the laws. of the state lawful Bungalow for ..SaIe.A Meters. and c gire BETTER': LIGHT: W .,.

are more stupendous. undertakings in climate the sunshine the. ability to of the 'district in which brand Dew four Batteries ,
and 'electors they room "bungalow, n .W. SELL for LESS 1 ,,;
thj* great state than'' in any other sec! walk every day in ;your shirtsleeves -' -![offer to Vote.. ' deep'welt;' splendid water. ;1a&a;:Iot, General Supplies r r.| can BUy) for LESS ti7"1I.I ;''It, .,r ;y' t.- .
Uona of our Union -these thing belong to Ihrj Each elector in 'the county legally for sale; spot cash 1800. .. IIWWI..1'a; 10:1.c. :1\ -\.

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fI ;; < > "riI11le:, Kssimnee 'Valley\\ Gazette ;ROLI Of."ONOR' 'I j|t. CONTtUQlSLET. vast ment-of tion and importance development the sections to the and future which will prove develop-will. be$! . .;R. ,1,; \, .' ,

;'fc. t J i .I benefited thereby. '\ ....

: *f. B. HARRIS BdNer ..*
.:' ,. ..j .' !I... J.: TRlPtETT.Aavaooiete_Editor. -dd ose,and Attentive: Work. ) to TitusVille.. i DON. C. 'MULLLN .' f. '...'. .

......._eM.......... It ]'&... St. Augustine; Dec 7.-All' plans .I
N -- ......._ _. .The following pupils have not been have,, been perfected and the contract Announcement t :'Extraordinary.
d absent, for the month Reduction' in Present
tardy the
c';;:'" or let for the construction of.another railroad Wants 'a .
.. Friday Voo. fl,1I ::1 f.) ending Detember,5th, 1910 have madean by H. M. Flakier which when .. ,
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of ninety .' Fee System. t. .
per
avqraare' censormore .
1I .. not"1.athan completed will t be operated as a branchof ,
their
studies with *> "
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t: Out Special drtkm. .elglty.f\ve in any one subject, The the proposed Florida East extension Coast/ railway.of the Florida 'Tampa Nov..so.*...Don.C.;' McMullen, , - / .V, .\'.
and not less than.nlne\y.f\ve'ln, \ deportment v- State.Senator fromHillsborougTi county, ...
:l,. ReeoJt"'izlnK'that Kissimmee U.entl. , i .. East Coast railway will be fromNayt. \VAi f
.:tied to have IU many attractions and : .!>wlI on the Titusville division running : la heading a movement looking a reduction = ; R.I1INGTOX'S. BIItTIIDAY'EDITION'.Q'
,. advantages properly told to die thouaands Flnt'Grade '(A division)-Leo Floyd, Southwesterly to Whittier, and 'of.the cost of administering the TILE
t (B division) Edward Maddox, Charles 1, then southeasterly to a point the KISSIMMEE VALLEY j.I J :
in the North and West, l y _. contemplating coming: to. Florida,,the lann. Horace Dann Frank Reed, northeast side. of Lake Okechobee. fee system. : .
.J....--... Valley: Gazette has arranged for the Elizabeth, Parker, Doris Barnes. This. new r railroad) or extension will In brief the proposition of Senator .I .. ;:" ,
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SecondGradeLillian The) '
publication of a speoial edition which Harris L cover a distanced! fully 130 miles and McMullen is: No county office t.:2.Pal ",: ", '"
'. I will be iMued on'or about the %pndv:$f ma .Gilb rt, JUeona La Martin./Mitchell a"will 1, traverse some -of the most fertile more than $6.000 per annum neE:/and .:. ","...
-, E' ,I4(\ February. This spedal.IIltt ii :- 3ll Harvey.'Pearl Huling. Ruth , virgin soil in the stag. It will be the none to pay less than $2,000 net savein ,0< .. ... ,1, . '",..\
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t .4 t " 'contain a full and complete description Lois Overatreet Rebecca Newman. means of opening up settlers vast those counties where the amount of D J ,.t of Kissimme and;:-Oseeola county: -the 'Third.Grade-Myra LaMartln/ Carrie 1 I areas of rich lands abounding in timber service is so small that under the present , < ."O.::"' '..: .
A 1 magnificent climate, the fertile soil.' .Goodwin, Pence Oliver, Lenore Van 1 I and tracts of great fertility suitable'' fee system the office will yield less .. ...:\:. .1\
i I the extreme!!healtMulneM will be lluzor Nellie Coin,Cornelia Lancaster" ,i for all classes of fannln({. + than $2,000 per annum to the incumbent.He Ready February Twenty-third'in .. ) .
\.jf 'j .2' profusely illustrated with seen..of thisa Grace Eleanor Graves, Mattie Stan'._ The contract for this railroad conl 1 does not propose to away with Magazine Form with Handsome "". ;'';" "f "
""':"":.=w -- ctien. The 'articles appearing in i It ford.Fourth l struction hay been let to the Kissim, the fee eystem. His idaa is that the .Color Plate Cover and Illustrated by <( -
.fIt" will be the product of careful s nd ex- Grade (A division)-Rubj' mee Construction Company and tees paid .for service be the same as Fine Half Tone :':
t' i '\ ..1:':;". .j( haustive research, and will deal wlIoUy Cuke Franco Mitchell Carina Rotunda ' ; work will commence! within a few nowxthat each officeholder at the end :_ Engravings. .r,; v"#, .. :
,''I : . ':. with facts as ita publisher desire that Frances Treas, Helen Reed Irene| weeks or as soon as all preliminary of everythree months' period astatementto .-" "
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t A rh ;.. ....'.. it should be relied on f1\Uybythoeewbo Reed, Frank Bryan. Edgar Bryan, Ned 1 I plans for actual construction work\ and the Board of County Commissioners 'I h
-t .. .' .. ;) are seeking for truth about our.town Bullock Bernard Meek Stratton Story' right-of-way can be completed. The of tjhe amounts collected. and \ .
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i, ". :-.. -.and county. The expense Incident toy (B diviaionXZola. Mayfield. ._ \ new road will be pushed as- rapidly as the amounts disbursed. That each
publishing this special-. edition will bet Fifth Grade-Beula McKenzie, Myr-' possible! and will be completed within officer retain all fees above the cost of '' ,
: enormous, and ita publisher heartily til hidden, Christine Ivey Non 1 I. three years or possibly less. The estimated / operating his office up..to tile amount of ,' .
hopes that our business; men will be Driggers. Isa,Coin Margaret Stanford. cost of this new road will be up-$2,000 I I ; when the. amoun has passed To be in harmony with the'spiril of ; :-: -
i' most liberal In their patronage; as it Elsie Diets, Elsie bass. Charlie Regero,' ward of one and one-half million dol $2,000 he ia to pay 26 >nt. of the ,progress evidenced
undoubtedly will be the meant of.inducing ; Dewey Wh Richard John Dann Carlisle; I lars. I Ii Ij I net fees intothe, road fund of th .county bn every hand Kissimmee Valley Gazette .,
; tr more people to come to Kissimmee Branson, : Bullock, Murray i It Is p >bab\e\ -that a branch line will I I until his fees shall nave reached finds it incumbent upon itself to acquaint the citizens :
than anything else ever attempted Overs tract. j later be constructed from this new road $2,600. Above that amount and up to.. ,
4' ;' along that line.'_ I Sixth Grade-Violet Bullock, Nettle at Whittier across the Kissimmee VaU' $3,000 the sum of 50 that cent of the ;.... of other sections of ,the United States with the magnificent -
Newton Ethel Lee, 'Blanche Coin ,1 ley to Fort Basmger on the Kinalmi net fees shall go to fund; above ... development of the City of Kissimmee and
What greater evidence does a man require Charlie J@lIaup-omltted last month by river. It | $3,000 and up to 5,000 of the net income -
n, i ct ,! to convince him that Kissimmeeis mistake Eula H.... J i mee of the office, 75 per cent shall b* : her environing lands/ and to introduce personally those
will be i ij
e f / rapidly) advancing to first place Seventh Grade-Fred Snyder Abbie j the The constru of tioh! !oT this line this rich paid into the road fund. All net incomeof of her citizens whose hands and whose brains have
settling
means quickly
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among Florida inland cities than the Harris, Celeste Moseley, Dollie Alford. over $5,000 shall go into the road
{, fact that ita local paper is forced to Dora Newman, Ethel 'Gilbert, Grace;i section of the state which up to. the fund. created and! developed her business and social
print twelve to accommodate its Winn Helen Bus Laura "fhnmsM, p-Cb!:: !nt has been practically unap-
pages I
+ prestige.
I .chable. It will add another link to \ .
,a Ip
advertisers and still not curtail Its readIng Maurine Dann, Mattie Bi-Jle Harris I desk blotters for sale at this '
Kir. Large
chain of
1 y : matter? The Valley Gazette has Thelma Dann. Vlc'.ct Gilbert Flagler's vast accomplish- .
i 1 menu in the state in railroad. construc office for 10 cents. :'
y always striven to meet the demands Eighth Grade (A division)-Lawrence -i -
v upon It, and stands rgddy at all Tress, Lawrence Griffin, Nelson I \l -
jade to spend its lastdottar! to advance Russell Bob Bullock, Tony Regero, -
w interests of our town and when Rose O'Berry Lena Lancaster, Ruby ELECTRIC THEATERJTWO This edition will give thehtstory of Kissimmee
( t. M1 the occasion demands a sixteen l>r a Prevail, Cora Earl, Bern Earl, Earl J
and of the
I men who have made ano who are making
r' twenty page paper the Gazette will\ Cowger,-B division-Russell James. -
not hesitate a moment to furnish it. Ninth GradeJeannette Lewis.- Edward WEDNESDAY her history. It will give a complete Illustrated de-
The management extenda its Newton, A by Newman. A1J ]
forntheir'ppk DEC scription of her streets parks buildings, churches and
the business men of this city Tenth Grade-Grace Nelson. Rosa -
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'ppk 't liberal patronage, .and aasures them Newman. NIGHTS ,. IT1 THURSDAY public utilities; her stores banks manufacturing'estabhshments .- I ,
!f' that it is fullv appreciated. Eleyenth Grade Elvon Guice. .
t 1 'o I Twelfth Grade-Iris Oliver Maude fisheries and markets; her investments,
,l't j It /.If''(.. The Laymen's Meeting Thomason. i P 7RVCHI: : : a"Y"PZEJ.1':: E COMP.[ N'Y' properties and profile It will minutely describe the .., .

r' The Union Laymen's services held ; 2 EXCELLENT PLAY 2i surrounding garden and farming lands, orange groves, ,; ,

Ii!' at the Baptist church fast Sunday evening PAYMENT OF POLL TAX i WEDNB8DAV THURSDAV crops, fruits cattle and multifarious products that ..!
.. drew an overflow congregation THE RULING PASSIONA WOMAN OF THE HOUR '
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.. '.i't .uxf proved a most interestingand instructive . have ,famous the beautiful Kissimmee Valley. ;:

'-'; Mr. J. M.meeting.Gardner led the services :'I For 1910 Not a Prerequisite to Voting I Re.erved.Seata. on Sale at Roberson's Pharmacy Price. 35, 50 and 75 cents I It will picture her rivers lakes, forests and praries.All .

W end made a splendid talk on the aims in the Primary. these descriptions, statements and assertions will

.\ and objects of the Laymen's: Union. He first be verified before printing so that this edition
.p asked that all men and particularly Vans Agnew &: Crawford, a promi- 1 ,01 _
\r.,4" the young men attend and the in the nent firm of attorneys at Kissimmee, tOt N N.IZ will be authentic in detail and can thus be depended .

meetings which are held in Baptist give it U their opinion that the payment upon for accurate information by those who contemplate -
; : 'church every Sunday.afternoon1. of the 1910 poll tax is not a necessary :
.: .-.,.. prerequisite for making their homes, their business their investments
-! y'b b 1'I. ,-.: resident Nelsop presided In his usu- voting in the I: NOTICE I or -
!t, 't graceful manner,' and alter Mr. Democratic-Senatorial primary to be PUBLIC in Kissimmee or vicinity.
f.I. I toner's talk threw the meeting open held January 10th. Their reason sounds I .
J{. .. 4-:) '1 general discussion in which, larger reasonable, and is as follows: .
i-; ,JnI i-of both I ladies and gentlemen "Hon. T..M. Murphy, Chairman, County -
look
eeL Democratic Executive Committee When wishing to buy your little gifts why not over

'.L hoped this meeting will result In Kissimmee,.Flo. a varied stock of presents ranging from l
.It' good in interest an"Laymen'a Dear Sir-With reference to your request lOcto $16.60 at We will be assisted in this special work{ by A. M. .,. .;
moment in this city. for our opinion upon the question
y Stryker. who will act as special editor. Mr. Stryker's
whether the payment of poll for the
b' r year 1910 will be a necessary prerequl- experience. as a.newspaper and magazine contributorand
Killed Big Alligator.
., a site for voting in the Democratic Sena-" "ye= GIFT SHOP" I-DCs- his service
", .. H I as a consulting advertising specialist
11.n
t 1 J' \ '>' .rOn the .northbound trip from B.I' torial primary to be held on January -
,- I'I'I r I ff.' )alnger last week Capt( Clay Johnson, 10th. we beg to advise that, under sec- in Chicago will enable him to do this. work in a credit..
'f 'Jr., shot one ot the largest alligators tion 12 of .chapter .5696, acts of 1907 I '
i. I ever seen here and brought rim up tothis both real and personal property are I (Something Different) .. . -. able l .manner. . .. ., ._ \ __ ___. .: .. ..'. .
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rI. /' , city;:on the steamer Osceola. made responsible for a poll tax; that 3 ,' ., ,' ,
" I' 1. .. The big .saurian measured a little less under section 41 of the same act the .. .' .." ";7' ")I' ..' -
Souvenirs ,1
Cocpanut ,
1' ; ,
Carved .
I r1 ;"r than twel'probably feet in length, and would time for the closing of the tax books is .,Orange Wood I I f'. :..', ., co'... j ..fI''
\ / I have weighed over four hundred fixed for the first Monday April and .Ileadsand.7obaceoJarsPalmello..1Vood.Novelles: ; ":;;',: : ." , . c, .. .. ,..,s ",J". ,( ,.ti t;' ,. ,
; r pounds. After the arrival of the : under section 11 of the same act it is 1<: (i" ;,;",:':;', For information'' etc'write' r to .
a ; Fish Scale NovellusS ,, lligator!! l" rates: i
Mat at the city dock two negroes were that the poll tax shall be collected ,, ,. ,. .Tarp n. .. ..: .. '. '/ .'.\ '!IIJ'"' : :
ut to work stripping the hide from when taxes on property are col Goods, Beads Souvenir Cards and liooks, X-mas .. ..
ye Jie monster which process was watched lected. It i I. evident that under the
al :with a great deal of Interest by quite law no person can be compelled to pay Cards Artist's Materials, 'Box Paints and

l ti rid.. a. ,number of our Northern visitors. hit poll tax for 1910 until April 8, 1911; Stationery, Hand Painted Pictures. In fact Jfovel-

;1 ,' Patronize I the League. taht.and it this seems being a the reasonable case, it cannot deduction be lies of every description. . : . . Kissimmee Valley Gazette .

/.1i ".The American Woman' League Is within the contemplation of the law to
.i 5 prepared to take subscriptions and renewals deprive an elector ef his suffrage;for .
? ;'! for all magazine published m ,not doing something In January that he Washington's Birthday Edition ,
r <.toe. United State The commissions need not do until April" I Jest Selection of Mechanical Toys in Town '
If this is true of Oaceola it Is
I county Kissimmee Fla.
business will be used for
h, .:.. I from the cur
.' ... rent expense of the chapter bou.... true of every county in the State. The .,
A farther
'''.' '"% ladies would be glad to handle the legal gentlemen go and call attention "
',. e to the fact that each memberof "The Early Bird Gets the Worm"
Ad-
Et ( hbocripUon for the entire town.
Was mail in .the the Executive Committee ia under :
# ( by on, person preslJnt : I
-, secretary or .treasurer of the obligation to obey and enforce the law .
under severe penalties for failure to do .... I
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Co'y-:..but get it and do itJ1OW. Only a few ; :.1t' of roads completed. Titles guaranteed; Abstract

l ''short years and I every 'acre of this grand ; f free. "

c "country;-; he "Italy of,America"-will sell_at t\ : ,+ a ; ,'' a r "1 '"' ? t The lands are undulating prairie and produce ,

'such'prices that!will l>e' beyond the reach of ..' l ', ; ; ifs .. in abundance Pineapples. Crapes, Oranges .,..

; :many.' ,. 'jThenit wflJ.'bejLl-EASfiS.!l ;: !: and. they .!' "' ;, : ?r ?I:+ Grapefruit. Millet .Corn, Sugar Cane, .

are"not nice., j':: Kaffir\ Corn, Vefvet Beans and 'all-"Fodder" -;

i t. For a time, at,, least, every purchaser of q', 1, f W 4 t;, & Crops. Pecan Nuts, etc., etc. Anything. you ..

'' ,w ) oar Prairie lands will be given a photo, of his t. e care to plant. .. .

land;-WE: ORIGINATED this I plan of selling '; ...i...,. '., r' The finest YEAR ROUND, white man's .
l ;i.-Iiand'and: would' like'your opinion of it :; ?' climate ON EARTH-thrown in free.Wouldn't '

YOU, to own :a tarn like ':9 fiI.. Present prices: $20.00 art. acre. 20 .

'; this? We have over' 160.OOO acres-you : ;., N th acres upwards; $l.OO an acre down $1.0O.(

r take 'Your choice if you apply now ,and you "t:
a \; can order by letter and have several] weeks to ;t. ', '.. v ,, Telephone service now available. Steamboat -

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;.with-yaw' farnVyour money wA be oheariify j For past 12 years our SALES ol LAND' .
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.Allie:. KlsslmmeelValleu( Gazette U.you have the proper' amount of At a recent meeting of the Atlanta I loin; W. i it: Arnold I' .pi' .
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; pride in your make-up, and desire Bar Association. Mr. Jesse M. Wood room. Over Ml ,
TaTLBPHONSJ",, NO. tl..PUBLISHED . to aee your town grow until it become was electedsecretary and treasurer of bu fitted .th.na out with nice new
... . '. .' i ie the the metropolis of JnlancT Florida go to that association.. The association num- furniture, and U now prepared WE ARE READY "" '

,. : ; EVERY FRIDAY Tuesday meeting night of and the do Board your of portion Trade on of,' bert the fact over that three Mr.hundred, Wood members was elected, and a number of It regular ia as Well\ asTtaolJ, TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF
bf fdw. said by tho.e who
the have .
work to make it ,
: '. -BTvtv so. from all this number to fill! so important
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: J\\ ;' a position-is an honor in which,hi. serves ibbest they that ever HOLIDAY SHOPPERS
, : w.s., HA"U"IB. The W. rejoice with .
"== ,. ession Tuesday December 13th. at eateQ and everything I. .o nice and r
the M. E. Parsonage at 3 p. m. Let I him.-.! clean. She .. named the' place then

Y .all be present who can. A special program Unusually cold weather has prevailed of OaceoaWotel Main add it located f at corner No matter how exacting you may be this -store's offerings -

Weather: ReportTollowtng and a report ,from the presidentwho here during thehave week and overcoats and Park atreeta. 60-tf J I are pf such a-comprenenslve nature that

. > bas just returned home from the and been In demand tMrt"I>2 Mr*. James E. Davis and selecUonarjt -
, 0\ convention! Tallahassee will lie? read. caused by the recent blizzard which has .., .' mother Mrs.- Bogg*. of easjly made-then. .too-rwe: shady ? .' 4Make'Such
been aweepinjr the whole country., The Sharon. Pa.. arrived in KI..immee .
Mr. Jno.'A. Celts'returned last weak on .
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. rite the ;:' and precipitation; as from Peoria' the I1L, where be has been ever, and the protpect are that we olar winter visitors winter.to our They city and are reg dur- PriceReductlons,that Your (Gift Mak-*
.,! spending; past six month Mr. will have .
: a season of real Florida sunshine Inll. their here ...
stay last
reported by. the Governmentstation CJeltz ; season .
- states that be found the weather
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when It
at Kiislmmee. for the eciedly unpleasant In that city for a live out weather of doors. tr pleasure to of Davie property purchased in North a considerable KissEmmee amount which Ing..May-- Even 6reaterthan' You 'AntlciiitelMAN .
few weeks prior to his return and be '
week Dee. 8 1910. C> hew I
ending 1
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: : ei Ie glad to'get back to.our sunny.,lime. 'Gen.raI. Superintendent' M: Riddle health >a now. not been improve.Mr..' Davis 'Of ', ; r'.,:
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and Chief Engineer, L. 7L. Sparrow of put summer .
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.i MAS MI*. SUUM -but resident, l '
Judge G. Parker who elected} a of a few week
F. was Coast
the Atlantic Line, .pent last Fri- --w OPPRR, .voo-- ,
Friday . . . 63 .29 . at the recent general election to succeed -! day ,night and Saturday her, and in. Shta.-JSSrlnr the.h.balmy air and aan-. ,
Judge 17 M. Murphy as county the local G. F. r.Usual vigor. ... fc .? '
-Saturday . . 60 32 . I company with agent "" : O. v.
judge, filed his 'bond with the county Parker made -a trip" over the TSugar: ,Mr.J.: '0. Me New; of St Clood,' wa. ,'THu AND..BOY'Suit fOR MI.. .'AND LADIBSk -
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Sunday. $8 sommiaaloneralaat Monday and, will also looked In the
Belt to-St. Cloud. They city Tuesday and appeared beforetha *. $16 to $28 r' 'Coat 1
Monday_ . . 74 40 . take-charge: of the office" soon as he over the site for the new paaaenger School Board on matter concern- Suits;special .

Tuesday. . .. 65 66 receives his commission from! the governor station at this place and investigatedother the St. Cloud achooL Mr. McNew alec Regal. Shoe*. $a.80. I price\ .$15.8: up.. to $20.

Wednesday. . 57 89 ... I contemplated improvements.The called on Supervisor C. W. Griffin and *4.00, $5.00 Coats'special ' '
requested that the boob .
Thursday . ", ;5 84I .. In the absence .of the pastor of'the Valley Gazette job office is gaining at St. Cloud be reopened registration M Mr. A. E. Hats and G nt'. _" "7T.Botoiao.oo. ..
Baptist Church Rev. 'l\E. Rolfe will a reputation abroad a* wellaa at Drought deputy registration officer for "" "
preach next Sunday. Rev. Rolfe is home for the. excellence of the work that precinct is ill -in the hospital at Furnishings at -Skfrta. ; all kinds .-
well known to many of our people as a ; which it turns out. In the put weekwe Orlando and cannot attend to the mat 1}I Holiday Prices $8.19 to $10.OO
pleasing speaker, who. with great have.filled order from Davenport, ter. Mr.- Griffin appointed Mr. McNew :
earnestness presents his subject. No ,Taft Orlando and Narcooa ee. We to take Drought's place; and the registration Boy's Suits 'Mi1llnery. ,,;Wsists, -

: i doubt he will be greeted by. a.111'1t8audi.nee. ,, have all the facilities for doing the books are now In his hands Special Holiday '- Sweaters, Hosiery V-
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lPi I I : LOCAL flELD. iJI very best of work we carry the largest Prices, .50 to $1O and UnderwearMAIL '
Tile county Democratic Executive tock of paper of any office in this A Sootoh aup.rstltl.n.Ta .
section and employe is an artistin Scotland bringing
JI JIMr. every a lowering
Committee met at the court house on '
set 1 Monday and arranged for holding primaries his line. hawthorn into the boas- foretells .1! ; ORDERS X SPECIALTY .. ,
on January 10th and Slst for death la the family. '. i
United States Senator. Thecall forrimariea Supt. W. J. Sears received a telegram --
Mort of Loughman was in the on Wednesday evening announcing ,
> and a list of the inspectorsind ?
city yeaterday.Col.. clerk appointed appear elsewhere the death of his tiiter-in-law Mrs.in 1iIDPARTMENTTORF'7I3 : ; !:
J ihthia iaiue. Harper which occurred at her home
J. L. Moon returned from .Atlanta Atlanta. .Mrs. Harper had been ill for '
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this week. Work on the new two story brick some time with consumption and her GULF Cmf P0PNG .,"t'
stables erected for mother. Mrs. J. W. Wat-on, of this Franklin :
being MckBi *
Mr. R. n. Butler has purchased .
automobile. by contractor Frank Bass at the corner city, has been with..her for the past ?L J4UPAiL1Jr! !
new Regal of Broadway and Dakin avenue J. going several months. Mrs. Harper was a
Attend the meeting of the Board,of rapidly forward. The brick works sister of Horn J. W! -Watson, of Miami
DEWING GO.I
and the and Mrs. W. J. Sean and Miss HUD D
Trade on Tuesday, night building now nearly already complete presents an Imposingand large Sue Watson of Kissimmee On next Wednesday and Thursday FOR BENT
Dee. 14 and 15, thla excellent
Attend the meeting of the Board of substantial appearance nights .
Trad. next Tueaday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley on Tuesday company will appear at the Electric DWELLINGS for rent apply to.1C.Til
Mr.-P. M. Blake, one of our regular night started their youngest off I BRIGHTEN UP Theatre presenting? on Wednesday 0.r.FOR. !'
Attorney H. D. Geiger spent Saturday winter viaitora arrived Wednesday spring's feet in the path that leads to I night the beautiful society drama
and Sunday last visiting hia motherat night from hi. home at Hastings Mich., a life of Christianity honesty and THE HOME ** "The Ruling Passion" and on Thursday RENT.-Two "cottages.' ,See K.O. ..
Apopka. accompanied by his nephew, Mr. J. Oa- sobriety by having' him Christened in night the attraction" will be "A Meek. 60tpFOR : a
good. Mr. Blake, will, as usual, spend the faith of the Methodist Church,-Rev. Woman of the Hour 4
Miss Beth Bryan left last Saturday the winter at Hilliard' Island camping Mitchell performing the ceremony and UptoDateWALL This company need no Introduction RENT-Nice farniahedrooma.. .
tor Key West on an extended visit to on the shore of East Lake, fishing and the young man will forever more be ,to the people of Florida, having. playedto Apply to the Ladle'Kjcchanire a-tf....,.'.
relative. climate. John Toliver Lesley. The large audiences in every city in the -
enjoying our balmy known as FURNISHED ROOM for rent' Apply r '
Mr. H. Fleming ia having a neat Valley Gazette wishes him a long anduseful PAPER State for the past several year It la J. E. Mattocks ;K --_Land
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Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Frowe arrivedin life and *e ever bean a good show a/nd all who attend will f
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tone 'erected on Ilia lot between Co. office. -
cottage .
the city Wednesday night from honor and 'blessing to his parents Ingrain DuplexesOatmeat'Figured get full value for-'their money. Reserved ,
the railroad andthe lake.Mr. Wanuga Kansas, and will spend the/< Plainand seats .OD-al!.-at,* Roberaon'a 'FOR RENT-Three tarnished rooms,;' .a .
winter here or at Winter Haven Mr. Mr. Thomas an J 1 daughter, Miss Georgia Pharmacy. Main street. Apply to-
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J. B. Hale and family arrived and Mrs. Frow. spent last winter in of Enloe Ga., arrived in Kissing Gilt Moiras all Colors ..... on Mrs upper DVN. loyd. ' r
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this week from Omaha spend -
Lissimmee and were so delighted with last week for 'the winter and are and shades -:- -:- J "
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Charles engineer w'
the.00 at their winter home in this Aiken expert erecting '
climate and that want ta
surroundings they
our stopping with Mrs. Helen Perdew. Mr. the Ice MachineCo. SEE Downing for anything you
representing>> Vogt
city.The have returned for another season. Thomas came here for hi. health having t LOWEST PRICES of Louisville Ky ia in the city the real. tab line. No matter
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recent cold weather in the North suffered for years with rheumatism BEST SELECTIONS looking after the completion of th. new little orb 'big it, la, b. can'u 4
has turned thousand of people toward 'Chauncy Mills, band master and cornet laving been unable to walk for five ice and refrieeratlnrplant of the Kis- you."i ,...
Florida and,Kissimmee is the mecca soloist from the North has located years without the aid of crutches, but simme Ice and Cold Storage Co. Mr. isl>.d ...-
for whidl t large number of them ..reb.aded. at Klacimmee for the winter and will I' since coming here he has-so far recovered 1303 Fniklil St. TAUPA, FU. Aiken fled from a billiard which has FOR RENT-Ntee. h.e ".
-. take a limited number of students on as to do away with them and now been sweeping the North and Is muchtickled all modem convent J.p
the cornet, trombone tuba French goes about our streets with the greatest with the climate here town, close to lake.
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\JjD. G.'will meet at Council Cham- born and other wind Instruments. Can ease and free from pain. Mr. Thomas to S. W. Dawning KiaaImm..eor1bec1
on Wednesday, December 14th at find me in rear of J. M. Willon Jr.'a speaks in the highest praise of our -- L d.Frost ;(
'clock.* All members are urged to office, KIIII mee. Fla. 60-2t climate and our people and says he s
l ttend. will more than likely make-Kiasimmee 1oepIIt -.
Hon. W. A. Blount of Pensacola. his permanent home. for Cr.e
: Miss Ada McKeown, graduate nurse candidate for 'UnitedSUtea Senator elem

from Tampa has located in Kissimmeeand pent Wednesday In this city getting Mr. A. M. Stryker baa moved his + sow ... .
is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. R. acquainted with the\votera. In the family to this city from Loughman and r e+
D. Waring.- afternoon he went ou with a party of f.occupying"rooms in the flat of the

Dr. P. G. White ha moved his opti- friends automobileaXto St. Cloud. new Beaman building. Mr. Stryker .
the Beaman building where he poke to a Vali-Iv good audience taa also taken a suite of offices in the 1J\
cal business to .
Redditt's returning to Kisaimniee in timeto State Bank building, where ,ha baa -... '
and Is occupying quarter in . catch the afternoonVtraJa/for Lakeland opened a real-estate office. .He has-recently -. I., : . .: -.. : .L , .,
store,. .. ', .
4j.welry he billed /been engaged with the Florida 'nr"' ';i"
where was to speak on ; 'f'
.. "The" Dullness* that will occupy the Venneaday; evenino Through A misunderstanding Fruit and Truck, Lands Company of ,,, .! : rja to, l lT 4Jj/, :"' I
.. attention of the Board"of ,Trade on It, had been announced : XHighman[ but haa decided to engageIn : .i1 ( 1i ; ,
Tuesday mgtt demands the presence of that Mr. Blount, would speak hereWednesday the real estate business tormsell. ," : :: ,,: > ; ; I l. .I. "j

) ,. 'every: .member.' on his arrival evening that be was but It already was found billed point and has in chosen the' State Kiasimmee to operate. the; best.Mr. :"}. : :!,"i"t', ,': '(',..'':".,3'f' {, '1W'. >. . ,,..... :ijti:1tt:!a.: :.r "\ ;) ( .r'l.,"."..< .i". ... ,':lr'' '. 7.r"1'.. .' .\t a C:.:sef..n4L ; Y

Mr. S. K.. Field, president of the for Lakeland and of course could not. Stryker and family willjreceive: a cordial, -- -. .. ,
Florid Fruit and Track Lands Co.. remain over. welcome to our dty. i, .
of Loughman, was transacting business .

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Capt. IL M. .Breaker has moved his .. C
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Mr. J. H. Bryan up 1 .
last week to witness the produe- ...
tion of Ben Hur which was played in tchen .

the I leading theatre.in that: city. L'

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next '''Morning aena nand aN( :BONS, CHOCOLATES OF ALL KINDS. TAFFIES .
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holy communion at 11 o'clock.Mer .. .. .
CHOCOLATE NUQAT1NES. CREAM NUT KISSES, AL-. . / ",
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-of- Courtland N. Y. arrived in AKUMAS, FRENCH NUOEJ.S, ALMOND.? NUQETS
the city laat. Friday and will spendaome Is alone worththe; p }-; :
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time prospecting! in thU vicinity. CREAM CARAMELS OF ALL KINDS, FRUIT, BARS .. j / : '-> ?' "/ "* ; :: l 1J --U

Mrs. M alloy and Mr. Millerof Halnes CAN.DY WALKING CANES CANDY BASKETS, STICK '. ,.1+
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'City...and Mrs.. Chancellor of Daven- .. 1'
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'J Tuesday brought a I large number of Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.. .- -
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and or more ate expected. arrive today. :.;. ... ) _

< '':.Mr D. N. Floyd has 'leased the old

postoffice building recently occupied by x FLOYD'Manaker
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.office and POIt.1':Jewelry store and Is ,

r !having tore.- it fitted. ;; up.for a confectionery. Kissim e -- iN"Flori ro y "6

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r= : U pie Tell It BO Plainly FLORIDAh
t United States Senator ? Correspondent.The RARGAINS ",
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4 representative citizen of Kissimmeethe fact that oifr own and numerous fWE ,

2 fproof is positive You must. be- other, small towns throughout the State\' .' .,'1" / ( "

lieye it. Read4Jils testimony. Every are not accounted for by the geographer .. t' ...._. . ,
s backache sufferer, every man,, womanor does not. ,depreciate our real estate ." t /

0y child wjth any kidney .trouble will\ market, as .It only proves that our progressive have for sale. 10 acres of land, one We have,I S2O//.acres of land within twd

tind profit In the reading.Z. :. ; movement is so rapid and nn- \l' and -quarter': ,miles from railroad miles of corporate, limits of Kissimmee. This \. '-

W. baas,. south aide Kissimmee, controlabfe, that the attempt to foUow station,located just across roads from ;is good timber land. Railroad runs.across

Fla, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have our growth shows\hat the antiquarian postoffica and store building, about 100 yards one end of it and.within one-half mile of rail.. .

been of such great benefit to me that Ido exists 'among our supposed up-to-date from school house, Quarter mile from: church, road station. Own d by a party who has-!snore 1 t

not hesitate to recommend them. A chronologlsta. several families living near by. This is splen- land than he can conveniently handle .and" is .
lame back made It difficult for me to People from' the North.. East aiicl did land, exceedingly fine for citrus fruit, and willing to s'eUlt for.20 per a.cre'on favofableterms 'to -, ,., .
'& 1 get around, also to.stoop or lift:; No West have long since recognized ,the about three acres of splendid vegetable .land; of payment .,
position I assumed was comfortable necessity for a soil and climate com- strong'land' for farming and-raising any kind 1.
4. and 'a full' nightie' rest was out of the" t>ination which is more* congenial Io of crops. The" house on this property burned -O- .

t 'd r--7 I question. The kidney secretions Were their desires than that of their' present\ down, b there is a good stable and outbuildings We have near the city limits of KI88I&mee" .

so frequent in passage that 1 often had abode and those who have given us a ; well a-ood'water; and! about five acres, of 20 acres of lahd about half 'of,. which is fine
:r to arise from six to eight times at thorough trial have entertained the splendid citrus fruit, most of which is grapefruit Pith muck, well drained balance good citrus '
tS night I tried various remedies and fact, that; for purity of air, wealth of; "in bearing. has heavy crop at present fruit land. Land Is 'all cleared and most of it .

rubbed joy back with liniment but to water, and fertility of soil, the Peninsular time; These fruit are extra fine and good has been plowed. About, 10 acres of finest. '

no avail. 1 finally heard o}' Doan' of Florida has no successful. ,variety; several tangerines and some oranges, farm and vegetable'land and same amount of

Kidney Pills and procured a box from pelitor.' but mostly grapefruit: bringing good income, fine citrus fruit land. A rare 'combination.
the Klssimmee Drug Co. 'They die Osceola county IB!! receiving her full while the balance of the land can! be planted Will guarantee 'good flowing well. This is

posed of the lameness in my back. share'of immigration, and by the time to fruit. The price'f this is $2000.00, on valuable property and can be bought on favor-
- ..".. t etrengthered my kidneys and rid.me ofI the next United States census is taken terms of $600.OO cash and deferred payments iabl terms. Better Investigate this, ..- .

The mi vio is nttlig' 01 tis ewi writ:I the necessity of riling;,at'night." there tall be a general awakening to of $350.00 per year for tour years with 7 per \ . OWe "

nt Ipl.st Bug lid Factional Politics. For said by all dealers. Price 60ct the fact that"Florida is a Power signifl- cent,interest on deferred payments. Here is S
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y., solagents rant in its comparison with others. The an opportunity to i'et"alulendld't1roperty on have some elegant lots in Eureka Addition -
f The maw who 'is fnuiigigaiasttiiPefpetjafloi , for the United State. citizens of be and : bought
Remember the name-Doan's-ant our borough can greed easy terms. A delightful place to live and a they,are teng by people
of'Uiffed States Seiatorshijis' li.I take no others. if they do not contemplate this advancing 'r3al bargain who know a good thing when they see it.
L .; Jieisoirilli.HANKINS. Immigration with the same avidity Most favoradle terms of payment Anyone
Honda Maps. as that which others less favorably; =O desiring a home has a good opportunity in this ,

Upon receipt of 25 cento at the Valley situated view it, our surroundings in beautiful Addition. We are anxious to show
200 land
of
We also have acres about two
Gazette office pocket of Florid eve- favor mode of this and know that it .
map ) way our livingCopious you property means! that
: miles from St. Cloud one and a half miles
f ,, will be mailed to address In the
""- ;\ any both and small will .
game great you buy.
I United State. We can also furnish from another railroad station. Land is good
) I maps of Osceola county at II each, and roam and fly on and over our superb dark gray soil with brown chocolate sub-soil. -O
IH will be glad to estimate sectional grazing; area; the finny tribe swarm of
'
d A'ZINE I maps 120 acres fenced for pasture. Has some PARK GARDEN-We
MA have
I of any kind. lakes, creeks and branches, our soil some delightful -
AGENCY --'-- produces grain and other with food commercial saw timber; splendid tie tim-,, 10-acre tracts in Park Garden), rich fertile
# crops ber and about 25 acres of land, has
cypress soil. Beautiful location. Will guarantee fine
We have ordered little cultivation
very ; our teem
rn y r v P.O Bet 716 .PhoaalST with tropical fruits, and the groves cattle, hog, fine growth of cypress timber for .telegraphand flowing well: We believe that this is the i,
' 4 KI8SIMMEE FLA. A TONof sheep and goats fatten without aid. telephone) poles and fence posts. This finest trucking land in the State of Floirda.
our
Ill The past lives of our citizens have been land is well located, less than half a mile from Will sell at reasonable price and on favorable
School; church postoffice\: and store. Price of
terms payment.
1 '' + We 'are prepared through Assorted Red BandCANDIES devoted to thus depending on the God ,
4 $20.00 per acre, on terms of one-fourth cash
I ,oijir connection with, all 'pub- of nature for supplies and you cannot and then $500 per year for six years with 7_ .. """"----0-- i
blame them, if they look forward witha
I ushers, to supply.,and magazines sigh to the approaching influx ol per cenMhterest on deferred payments. Landno We have several colonization propositions
: at lower prices than'others. f better than this six and seven miles from of merit in different parts of the State and
ly FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE population which will tend to diminish
town has sold for $20 per acre. This is a will send full and completd descriptions to '
I :#4 Special clubbing offerson You couldn't tell it from the 40c kin. these. advantages.The I real bargain and goo ..investment.I interested parties
all but we sell it railroad .
publications. We can survey on our eastern 8
I .
.l' ; duplicate club offer made. border carries with it none of that
S any ONE POUND - 15cTWO
h Let us know your wants + throw up your hat, enthusiasm which i NELSON REALTY COMPANY I r rI
POljj,LU 2Sc. characterizes an exciting; political-campaign .
!, and let us give vou prices.Forget .
? but is looked on as a calamity
food assortment.City in your order. early and get :a I which will, change the entire face of I Over-Citizens Bank I I

nature. Don't fault our people for this -
: KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
feeling Being sufficiently near to good I
fruit Store mafketa to Insure sale for all that they ,. "

can produce, and knowing but very lit-
tle of other mode of to that .... ----- ,-- , -
living --
any ---- - -- -- -- -- -
Niemeyer & Wllev, Proprietors '", --9
which custom has from childhood en- 'J
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..4 W.-Ir. JG I.i ..,............- deared them, and thus created in them I I -_ _-_ _ ___ _ _

jftine Bakery i TK5 T'.VICE-A-WEEK:!; /\ I It ill a second prepared nature to thereby adopt the they new would habits be 5 : - : ::s. .1

I which railroad and ita sequence would |
t f Ti:>IES- UNION
' involve. Our conservative gobler is a
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"M r '-open for .* f character unto himself and apparentlyunites
I The 1 Im i-Union will and
1 : J with us in condemnation of the H E-imous"No. 400 Spring _
k, ; J gnu (tiv anllll) the Tuesday ad ] _
'ihusdy! Issues of the dally, I new railroad proposition; he fears that
1 f I aI mass ,. containing all regular features, immigration! dnve-hm,savage rela- T Bed" is constructed of the '
: It i very lofent-market reports and tions from the field, swamp and woods, :
spec'al: l ilupartmenn. devoted] to I
::5
and that his progeny will hve to sufferin \
,
!! r;:'lc';1:!litre, bortlculture. pouI- best quality Acmesteel
I & '.
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rV +J try, etc.E consequence
Tot' Rolls mornings and .E I I suppose, Mr Editor, that 'you think .' tem eredwire. It is
enings. L nYjRS'TSAA 1 ; O-MH .no LI AH,' It is timeyour correspondent said something z ,. .r ,
_Cw..a rl .w4n'. .....e<(;>.4 about in coneJn lon. W l1. I have :e
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fee Delivery to all pipits nothing' more to say except that we te nil tempered enatn-'

c o' town. Dr. F. G. Thoma on would like to have"Whittier's "0. I.C' J >
1f eled rust proof and
I give us another. interesting letter. ,
-
; PHONE 2O3.MITH Rex. .. .
M --- PHYSIClANland,18URGEON ,I I II II absolutely noiseless.fjas&ESs .
.4 t OIL

.4a1 \- W. A" Mchouglllin ..Office. ,Phone 74 'Residence 126 I opening Net of a Waxwork.The the courts. In an a* The "No. 400 Spring Bed" is the

site town In England Is always a great P .EDRJj mod permanently constructed bed of
for the resident l The
day procession r
---- Tc -- T.K RIVERS k. D. to tile church where the Judge aye .itskind. It can be..used as roughly, as
/ )/ his prayers and listens to a bomlly, you please but it retains its fine elasticity -

,JV. THOMPSONir I the march to tbe blurt with the attendant springiness, and unequalled "hold-
PHYSICIAN- ,AND SURGEON javelin men and the braying ,I
together.
of. trumpets-tbe mea In wigs. .and .
ii ITJNERAL DIRECTOR Offloe over OsoeolS! Pharmacy, gown>> *-DA tbe rustic mind with the "It's Just: like sleeping: an airship"
sense of awe sod tlM majesty of jna- one customer writes, for the spring.
Psolua: : 1 Rasldeoee!63 tics i If.Is. related in'Mr. Thomas Edward lows the
mattress to yield to every out-
-r: !Offloe/ 148 Crisp'* book "Reminiscenced
+ f LICENSED EMBALMER .
line of the body's form and sustains "
of K. O." that a farmer once rook yet
r his coo Into the crown court r'" you hi perfect ease, rest: and comfort. '
Jt w -Si. ,_ .- OB the beacb.was the Baron-CleMbyortcous ,- : ,
Opposite Courthos.ets. DR. J<- W. SIMPSON It is the only ;spring bed 'made-that.
: In scarlet and ermine stata
,
DENTIST. epee and motionless.' The yokel cased adjusts the mattress to all.lines of the body, regardless of attitude. Sleep on your.

with open notion at the rcsplenOeaV slde-or back you are always perfectly at rest. '

r FLORIDA Upstairs In Kati Bulldlntr.f Hear on the raised"dais. Suddenly, Ask your dealer especially, the "400. If he is out of them write us

Ofl'IcE :'Y ROrnt-, : f g.1:30: to m. :bp; m m.: tbe left baron' and moved left to-bU'right.Why. hand. from rightto direct for information and prices, and by,all means delay your purchase,until you: ;

Telephone No. 18 Jun e, Ivr. feytber." said tbe boy "Ifs hear from us. .' ., .

1 ja M. W1LuO) JR o aJolnl' ; -
GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO.. .
BULLOCK
A Friend In Need.AJgte a
..a J NOTARY PUBLIC... ( I way. Fred yoofs-.wffwlead -s Manufacturer Atlanta Go. '., ''
( STATE AT L.AMOX. \ of mine ....D'1-7oo' l .

REAL Real E.tat. Agent. 1I"red-Bun. ''t.a
. 1 r r ESTATE !cte-Tbea be a good fellow and- 1.--
) KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA aw-hlp. roe out. I'd Ilk. to bar Chat I. qi

: I INSURANCEMifnjnatibn ,-, -- .,,, ._-- pwstty. cousin of youths learn= all "
boat my_"w good points donebef.know.
8AR wai.REAL' .
W. S
? . -o'
; t of Titles a ESTATENotary 1I'red-1 I am helping you, old chap. I ,.
:
argued with bet for two boars yesterday
Specialty. I Public at Large trying to convince br that yon ."
i Offioe oyer ltob rson's Pharmacy weren't as big a fool as you'look.I ,

f sec denoe SoUciUd.ifeola KIBS1"YEEFLA. Chicago News ''

' Laughter I=, I]I ,

,! p.olllly1 I Without laughter the human race ; I i
would have wept Itself to death or exterminated
< w. L. wINNPST3ICIAl Itself long ago. Patbos U
I
'JiAbs&act Company beautiful; tragedy Is absorbing But ,
Anti SUROiOK.i ,
both pathos and tragedy-ar Instantly -
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flM t .-{ : aD..a PwoMa i PBOMS n sl.U [...ptrstTress rt.oar.-. rooted by tbe la ago. :

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.t i.'p.- !-RRE-rr.'Man&4rer.' r..&.VANS- ...._ W...OXAWriMU A Memorable Date.
"..- .. .. "What member of the class can matton -
+ ... cue tneoBorab) date In Roman.
"! AGNEW &
VANS
. CRAWFQRD history tbe teacher asked. !' :
"' jutatoed ): ,, ;
.. sod reported on
... .ttorn : s wt: :t'W':: "Antony's with CleoPatn..yeatuNdoat.
'J *' .for nonre.ldeuaPS1a11AR"t0 '. "* *
real &te ':N"o1az'7.: :lub11.c. .! C!!the. .bgja-Eveg11o0j's.... ... S .
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I.i", Oman*4 CMIsM". teak BvIIdlss Wbat Is. ctTtUsatfoof 1 an.wtietal, '- . I
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.- .Solicited.iv . I' .',..'KISSIMMEC fLORIDA PO"'W'Of" ,good womear Em.r.a.r. rs 4 I -----------, -..-- ------ .----- - --

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.oJ' ,r WHAT IT 1 q>STS Notice of Application' for letters 'such of such fooorporatora' or directors. . *s.la ,the, rain' or more ofBoea except., that the rreeUswt and.' v

labor
property or servlo*ihalt,1. lbs IB. treasurer
Patent and 'I 11 corpora tloD.fot.llHI qbssne. of fraud beeo shall not both same person

'I For 'Protection To Live Kissiromee ers and all parties Olu.l..apoa.toc..bol.d. Tb. following tfam'M-persons shad be t ....
the in and Wages dealing with the omofutr.. .lII1oen DODeI""I
the .
Is bar.bs given( that the UD .,.1'1Ied Theauthorl.ed.capital stork maybe lamed until bualneps fII ..exie psey

Usually Paid will apply to the Ooveroor of the State. ol Florida end paid for .t..h time orllmes snd upon first.ir tbs Uoaofofaoereof offleers who shall b* elected at th.

1I The. following table] or > cede M on the. loth. day ;Jo( Deoember A, D. lII o, such term end condition. si.' the boaVd of be qualified i said company hall

Y near qfcprate a* it,Is poesibla I for LeU... ratent iDCorporatlng>> KlasimmeeErergladra director may lI.terml..nd" may be Increased ARTHUR K.

of the and I. published for the intonna bULln'l I I Land Compaajr under tbefollowlng from lira to time beyond U\>*amount ,P. A. YAMS AGNEW DONEQAW: Yto President.Pr sdeot.

a those contemplating; moving to | proposed charter and Artielee Incorporation, suited la the nnner provided by law., QEdBO E P. OARRETT ho"iar7..11

a Flour.-... .. .. . . ..... .tII.m to pL10 per bb>>copy of which has bean 51.4In. the office,ofSeorl.ry ARTICLE IV snd eacb ,of said .three Trial 1-
,
. . t of State of the State1 of Florida. persons ahall beadtrector. )
mokad fteeaei .,. .' 22 to HO cents per IbryS .The corporation. shall ;
.
... h. .' have succession by Its ; I
.
\ liseou. ., , 14 to 10 enu per Ib W. J. CARR
/ Workingrhen. Behs... .. . . . . ...6 Htof) ; eenta par Ib , P. A. VANS AONEW corporate, asm,perpetually, and ito calM Such directors end offlner*abl II| be electedtonally
. .. .'. '
1/bna Beans : ; .7 to a cents Ib perpetually;
Kloe ... .. .. ..i..2 ... "' ...0t.. $_.. per per Ib ",t)IITBVlU.DON EOA N. r ,"* ABTICLE <' of oa the second Wedaday of Jsaoary'''
Sweet P ot.t..N: to 75 sent per buehel I V each! Tar, beginning la the rear 1(11.
IrlshJ-otatvM . .. SI to SUM per bushel The (suites ojf the eerpnrattoa khan be sea ARTICLE VI ,
.' Brit Freeh alaekersl fish..: .: :::: :: :.' .. : .. Tctol'eper Ib ARTICLES INCORPORATION AND PRO1 ducted br a pnaldenit a viee-vrasldent.. a uar I The said Corporation hall adopt oa.."appro

r Ortte ::,.:.::.::.:::::'. '{. .2 t te l Haperlb'e per Ib POSED CHARTER: OF KI88IMMKKEVEROLADKB tarr and __. and a heart*(. directors. ... prJ... oral, and shall adopt. by-Uw for the

.... . ... .. . .. . . slating
r vTb. Meal ... ,. _lb LAND OOMPAKT.Tb pjotleMitban three nee sums than .vemssjiberaj government. of it* affair not InoonxUteat with t,
Fresh Beef
Fresh: Fork :: ::::::. ::.. :. : UM UU tolteper-lb te1 p.rlb underattned br.Dy osaoolaletlMmse4vee.together the nosaber ef dteevema to be fixed by Its articles oHncorpoTBtloB4i>dtblawrofth. s P

.. .1 Rugs . . ... . ... .. ... .. ..16 _... (or*t 0* for the purpos of beromlag. incorporated. the toekhe1dn In tile "" -100_ from -., t* 1 Baste norida..which 11)-....may be scud. .,,

National Clvlo federation, composed of labor leaden., :capital* Dried Dried Prune P..chu... ....,. ......:. .......,y...10.8..to u hoes tTrK aadh., .,>awa of. Rortd.rARTICLE -deem.. The sa.Bpt aasae that asssusl the _thoMtweee- more_.1 od or.repealed a* saay b* I'IOYI4..I.la la'aa*b:

I laU and other* active in public affair. baa decided to do all It can toward Def.d.Apqlea.. . .. . ,1C to l-'lro per lbPnrLrd 1. 1 praaldent aa4 the .trias ....
.I j i betUrlng the present system of compensation for industrial lode . . . . . . . . .18 taaWperlbIf The Dame of Oils corporation shall be KISBIMMEE : nrer ban vet be tb*- -, - ARTICLB VII .5 S
dent and 'for their rwv1alon.By ('ompound a..t.. . . ... . to He Per Ib The eUewiac oaaned prone Shall bathe eeVeeratseesrfiaetthebwalBeaastthe amount< ladebtedacs 'Z
prevention, which It claims need radical . XVXROLADEi LAND COMPANY) Wo- .
( heee Crewnerr -K"""Ib ,
I R..kIt.eeI. -..a. . . .. . . . .. . .,.Heiterlb iU principal office and place, of business. shall til the__ woe shall be etoetsdatthe company amt sa btHty'to which the eorponUoa. aaa .1'sag .q
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... Onions.. . . &e per Ib; S2 00 per .bushel. be in the city bf Kiulmmee, Osceola County .1eetI of omens of said__ ..... be... . Dollar..te.aH.hallb.' TwomtyaeaTkw.cod . -
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Ife He Ib
to
JOHN. MITCHELL Labor Authority By SYLVESTER c:. DUNHAM ....... .ntTnvlr Tear-ofTe 8De> to OOq per per lb In;tne State of Florida, and Its, bu.ssesses'may fled: P.A. Van ",p; Pnaldent .\ AsmCL V1U' .

ad Leader.IT I. *' Insurance C.mpeDF.I" Nmo..oe. .. I6e per rmllott I be eajnilucted elsewber In the Slat* of.Florida, Arthur II:. DoiMsran.,V1o..>.......... and 'TbeaainxhUheet_and r*.ldana*of the nibseTlbtag'together'with
Sncto : or Can.8eeretarJ'.Dd TTeosav : la
Cblck.a Ski .
realize . . stusabererfauthorised
our people could HAVE been convinced tic to sack "
long (rrawn ... : .. -. .Sic to 80o MehCor other ofBcesi; branches. agencle or oth.rwlM, and each of said three p.reoradall be a Dir V-' :;""- capital'stock': sub.\ ..

S that we are KILLING .1. that the method of| *. slwlUd.. . : Oep.rbiutMlOmit. as nay be necessary orcoonnl.nt.-' Such dlroc:..... and afnoen shall b* elected 2analljr _?Ch. are as follows\ :. "rUl.r.11" ..,, -
present ..
.. . .70epOT .. .lalOran. -
the .Frst of November ..
on acjnyear .
. ARTICLE 2.The'.1 Monday ".,JCIaJ. .., Floridaeighty
In (1 60 t
AND INJURING MORE MMra. to2,00 ".t'xCaypmt .
awarding compensation to r. fi- : r.ature of the boala..e. .01" baiass. beginning the year illl.ARncUz 1 ., : f f>. Oerrett realdeoce, Yasimmskev. -
MEN IN THE PEACEFUL Bl ck mlth... Sl.KtoiH.60ClMriiw : traejaactexl said ; Is.' VITh '. ''P..t"ofI".h""IP. A. Van
: .. to be ,b/ Company ,
.,
employees for 'injuries for which L nd .T bb n. ilO-.OO: to r00 pro men
3ONDUOT Clearing) Laud tnmplnc llft.OO to I20.OO .. followa: said ooTporation a1J..t... approprfst atD je, Kieslmme,. Florid, oneStale -

OF OUR INDUS- employers are responsible obsolete Manui3T im.. |..00 to t4I 00lforeuhdMph. To buy, lease or otherwise acquire improve seal end ahall adopt by-laws for the government .bale. .
..'1..00 to $S.OOFarUw i cultivate and develop. moss of Its >
affairs tnennawteeit
TRIES than would be killed each ( blriiw to Ieee! urn.) drain. Irrigate, not with Ha arti- -
and DOES NOT APPLYTO v agon. . '::11&.0(1 and op gags sell and eachang.land., tenements andreal else of Ineorpcration and the Isws of tie Step ef IK Dhoalda.County I u
year if two great nations were continually .. .c W BO to I12.M property of every. character, also any tlm. Florida which ..,.-1..* may be amended a*re.pealed > of Osoeola. | .* V '.
MODERN INDUSTRIAL Harrow t .".r>0 to '12.00 :and .. and right' or ba B* It known That before me.. 'tbe undersigned -
bur any; prl.Urcllcea. as may provided In said by-laws. j
at war they' would ri&e.in 8unp.yor. and Civil Bngiua .* to >fl a day
; CONDITIONS. It is T.achOT.. ,. tea to $75 a month power whatsoever of Butting, boxing, teklng ARTICLE Vn Notary pubis, In and for Mid County. _

their might and see to it that, rep -" probable Wood par cord h.75 to 8.0' and using timber, gum {bereffom, or any partor The highest amount olllld.bted_ or liability and Slat, personally appeared f, A.' Van *

that a reform cannot be inaugu- product thereof and also to roustmet. maintain to which the corporation.ean at any time subject Agnew, Arthur K, Done*** and O.,P. 0........
far as law can protect men, indus- lease and operate buildings and structureof to m. will known,.) d known to .* to be th. .
shall b
Notice. Itself *These Hundred nDeUan.
trial accident shall] be reduced to rated until a considerable numberof any and .all kinds. To manufacture lumber, IndlTldn. !*described la, and who nbMrfbedl

timber barrels,naval stores, cross ties,shingle. ARTICLE vm their name to th-for jroln| proposed Charter '
the very minimum. I recognize, states are prepared to act with Notice it hereby given that the registration : i and all srtK-lee, products and by-products Tbs name and residsvoe ef the subscribingInoorporatom and each Acknowledged that ha ex-anted the t. t
book of Osceola Co. will be Ucether. with the numbsref sharesof )+
openat the therein J
manufactured ord.tiv.dfrom timber; to pro same for purposes .p..ee4.-'y \ L'
of course that accidents are inseparable practical W1 onnity.-; What hap- the authorised ....pltal.k subscribed for breach '
band official
my office at Kiisinhmee, and at various dace, mine msnufactareand deal in phosphate Witness y and cal, at s.

from the ordinary course pened in Massachusetts in 1904 is precinct throughout the county from fertilisers and petroleum, end all. the pro> ,JCI..JaoP'Ia.are a* follows:.. P.12ft A.prfcrdahar.Von Agnew;.residenoe : Ar..- m., this tenth day ol November, A. D. 110.

thereof. To acquire, S. L. LUITKB. (Seal) .
duets and by-prodncts; ,
of industry ; but, so far as the tost likely to happen to the attempt, of November 80th 1910,"to December 30th. construct maintain Impro..4..lop.. mortgage thur E.: Donenn.: residence Klsstmme. Fio. 1211 N01aryPublf r '
1910 during the hours by law preferred shares; W. J. 8. Carr. residsnee Kissimmee. : .
specified
,
loans other commission July IT. **1S
loll and lease any; tram or My; empires
1 of those accidents may be passed any single state to enact a law for the purpose of registering all par- roads (or the trek and ......rltle.h.reql), or Fla.. 12t preferred ..bares.State .

over to the community tie eligible to registration other transportation eilllles or conveniences
based the
principle that occu- .
upon C. W. Griffin. freeman or desirable for the development Notice of Intention to Apply .f| 4 .
The first consideration of society Supervisor of Registration of Electors of Florida.
pational injuries should. be charged in and for Osceola County. convenience or profit of any lands or other } se Letters Patent.,

should be the PROTECTIONOF property of which the company may b* possessed County Oaoeola. Notloels beUbr given that The Water '..
to the manufacturer as an expense : or In which it may have an IDe.to Belt Known; That before .... the undersigned -
WHO"ARE Old can be bought at this office Canon Grocery Cempeny; a corporation:
THE MEN paper own, maintain and operate boats and vehicles, Notary Public In and for said County and
of the State
of production. Manufacturers at 20 cent hundred. They are tend to apply to the aoreraor I ,
It LEAST ABLE TO PROTECT the thing per need .to put under i and motor power: of .descriptions\ for Itself State, personally appeared P. A. Vans Aen_. Florid 011 the Mthdayol. December 111' f '
will always contest it in such very you and for hire or compensation. To own oper. Arthur E Donaetan and W. J. 8. Carr to me letter patent amending the charter of the ,

i .THEMSELVES.And your matting.: ste, lease, hire one and maintain docks, well known and know to me to be the Individuala corporation. follows: } 1
the - ------------ ,
what is cases upon ground that they wharfs, elevators presses, tanks, refrigerator. describe In, and who..rthedboIr names By striking oat.s-tlcl (CHIP,'''), and loss
probably more of PublicationIn Ice mannf sctnrlng planta and storage acHllletof to tbe forgoing proposed charter and each a. trteka .f.doe \
ARE PLACED AT A COM- Order Ice 1m lisa Of the wo>d* ffltf, .o'i .
I important, the deaths that result every. kind and to collet,t and rei-elve proateandtolls kpowlaa7d that he executed the some for the aid article t.h. following: Taia KMwatkM. J\! _
the"'.( ircult Court of tbe Seventh JDd1e1a1Cll'Mlit.f wkarBng- .......... .
PETITIVE DISADVANTAGEWITH therefrom; to Issue storage purposes therein "p. ... ... .. fTH .
shall exist . .u. ;,. '
in and for
the tate of Florida Oo1coola
from violence constitute only a er and warehouse recelpla-for or against property Witness sir' band and offleUl Baal at Klaslme. CARSON GBOCBRT CO. --
: WATERS ( '
THE MANUFACTURERS County. la Chancery. Robert B. Bar otauy kind that may; be placed, op-sited this 1Mb day of November. A. D. 1(10. < rrcsulvat.Attest . !' of'=
small of the industrial By O. A. Canon
proportion < the ol Olivia.Leila
S age, a* guardian o estate "
To form
or stored with or by wed company.; T. M MURPHY t8.11!
casualties. The slow death that OF OTHER STATES IN H...r.., minor, complainant T.. Char promote and ...financially;, or otherwise, Notary Public Plate of Floiida.My : N. C.BrynSeoretarysad' TreausirIell" :

lea F. Ieewstt, .. ex..iflRrlo admiDiatimtor of and associations 1
INDUSTRIES. 21st. 11
LurE companies )041..1" partnerships oonmiasdon aspires June -
cornea from working under unhealthy the eiitat of C. A. Cummlng-ft, dcceaaed. and ; and 10 guarantee pa'men01 principal. Van Agnew A Crawford Attorney --
Harkb. (' 'mmID ., Delbert' Cummings, Jacob '
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shares Notice of Attachment;
conditions swell' Interest or Dividends on. any
beyond By P>. TECUMSEH SHERMAN ,.....,. CnmmluKi: Mary wlllUm and Jennie stocks, debentures: obligations contr cts or ) Judicial Clreafof florfda
In Circuit Ceort tu,
Jibe unnumbered Commissioner bf Labor"For the 61st. Frump ai bel.f laid .estate and all peron Individual
computation securities Issued by corporation or '
any Notice of Application For Letters
OascoU
., > claiming an juiciest the property; intblt In and for County Mary ,Yannler -.
tims of aacstless! N.w York. bID described defendant. Foreclosureof whenever proper, wise or necessary In the and bnstMnd r*. Robert B. ".11 eeo t
progress. I the
Its directors lb. Interest of Patent and Incorporation.Notice
judgment .
To Robert. awsllaoe, defendant and all
TRE-
AM the
llortgage.To .
impressed by
I JEIIEVE THAT OUR LAWS business, purposes property of thlsoompsnvTo It I
Whom It May Concern, Greeting!
I ap- act as fiscal or other ag.nt for person I la hereby: given that uho undersigned '
t< Yon will las* DOIKM that OB T.2bthd.e
AT SUCH CONTRACTS SHOULD THESE ACCIDENTS In this .,.U.! that there aroper.oa tntereited any kind to be heldlo truslototberwiaeito- on the i2th day of ecember A. D. 1010 for '. .
October 1910, cult was Instltttteil again ,.
J ID tbe property Involved In thl. mull, atbcr "P d
Letters
and -lnve such or the TITUS
Invest r property proceeds 10\'OrPOratJDI.OKOEOLA ,
.B MADE BETWEEN EMPLOYERS Robert B. Wallace, In tba Circuit Col"&
than the known defemlant", and that the _
PLACE UPON TIIE POOR, ther..oi. aid the Income therefrom to -.UARANTEE;, COMPANY, u.derb.. following and ...
7lh Judicial Circuit of Florida In for Ci
AND' WORKMEN THAT WHEN A m.mee.of.uch praon, .o Dm+wted, are unknown draw accept 1. endorse,acquire, pledge and sell\ pronoaed Charter and Art 'les of Ineorporporetlon -
the entire failure of our law to to the complainant that relief ia ola eonnty, la attachment. by Mary'Van: .
MAN 18 INJURED OR A WORK. by any and *U negotiable or transferable Instruments a copy; of whob: ( has been died In the
.
; and bar husband Henry y.a.lera.1I4 that
. prared th...lei bill of complaint againsteach and _urlU..... debentuVet. bolds note office of the Secretary of State of the State of
MAN" IS KILLED THE MONEY relieve it or to do justice, althoughin unknown defendants. bills of exchange, and evidences. of Indebtedness Florida. writ of attachment dated October II!, )910 was '
Issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dude'
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NEEDED FOR THE RELIEF OF do it It is therefore ordered that all persons clalmiug contract and obligations everycharacter ART HUH E. DON EG AS.P. .
its attempt to so imposesa :, every '.
the seal of Mid Court on Mid October 2Mb ISMS;,
an interest ID, and pledge
THE FAMILY: OF A WORKMAN To buy acquire hold own, and mdr and by virtu of Mid Writ ol attaeB*-
;
stated lir he County 01 Oac.015. -
heavy burden on employers; property mortgage, sell,operate. Improve .....1.r.D" GEORGE P. OARBETTARTICLES ,
'WHO SHOULD Stale of Florida, to-wit: tnent I have levied upon the following derlbecJ -
HAS BEEN KILLED trade in and all goods, wares, .. .
and
AVAILABLE ONCE NOT courts and jurors and on the' pub- All block H. I..J and K of R. H. p Dronghfaaddition fer merchandise and property any of every clans and ". -. .., lots, tract or p.r""loI land, .1....*. \
BE AT' ,
lying and being In the Covtity Orange* and s
tl to tbd City of Klailmmec, according Of INCORPORATION AND PROPOSED .
and fector.brok.r
ila account at ,
IS FIVE OB TEN ''YEARS AFTER THE S lie for support of the courts. : rte recorded plat of raM .d lUcn| description; on own CHARTER OP OBCEOLA: TITLE Btateof. Florida, te-wltl
for other or ororatlon.
are'con.tituti Do .ppe., to the complaloanta bill of eom- or agent any person '. GUARANTEE!: COMPANY. An undivided. ODe half Interert la sonth "half
DEATH OR ACCIDENT OCCURS. There nal difficulties Including patent rights, inventions, ,
..
plaint herein filed oil before the Rule Day of section tw".t)-..... (37, south ball of ee-
.or
trade marks options and other property; the 1 he undersigned hereby associate themselves
adopting of tu lgll On the loth day lion twenty-eight; (a). oothat quarter.l J
to a system compensation March A.D. to wit: board of director nay deem convenient au<1advisable together fci thepurpoee of brooming Inoorported '
F By EDWARD A. MOSELEY. Secretary of said month of March.And action twenty-Bin* (211)), Dortheaetawrter and r
.
In the Interests oUb. CIOm 8D;'. 0.4nth.of Florida:
,
latcntat Commerce C.1aI I1..lon.CRE' based on foreign laws, Ills further ordered tbatthU order be To new snob stack bond., debentures and ARTICLE/ I south hall ofaectlon CUrty-thfee (IJI. action, "

the publlxbtd once a weeks for twelve cona.cuUveweeka to make ouch Investments Tbe ef this Corporatlo..aU b O9CK- thlrty-fonr (f4andnorthwest quarter of... :
1 field in which .na' but be avoided by other obligation, and name '
they'may
lion tblrty-flv (SS) aC In twnakl twcnty-flr
in the Elaaimme Valley Ciametto a ,
purchases and dispositions of Its asset OLA TITLE GUARANTEE: COMPANY its
pnbliabed in Oaeeola County (25) south bf rang thirty on* (H) MM. .11
government may amendments to state constitutions newspaper said and deemed
as may be In soot Manse with law principal 911I1"and placetofbusiness shall* '
and of general eircnlatlon In said 8Ollot;,. suitable and convenient in the Interest of the In the Oily of Klsslmmee, Osceola County, In You are.therefor* required to appear t*uhf
work in helping the work. favor of said action onto* rule day u January Itll .
when public sentiment in : Witness tb. Honorable Minor 8. Jones, company.To the 8'of Florida, and Its bualnesae a ny b* ,

ingman to be properly compensated Judge of said Court and ny band* Clerk .urc..nd otherwise aoquireand hold, conducted elsewhere la tbe Stat of Florida tnesam being the tad dar January 1M1.'
compensation becomes strong and that la default thereof Jodrmaat will beomMr.d
thereof, and.. the official seal (II said Court, this transfer and a. be convenient
.11. assign, pledge, mortgage may necesssrj
for injuries he might receive the first day ZHeembe'r A. D, III'.. against you
enough. There- are some who seea otherwise dispose. of shares of the capital stock, ARTICLE II '
Wit*** hand and eel thia 17U1'day 'of
while working is limited but I am ARTHUR E. DONKQAN, [Seal] bond, debentures or tber evidences of Indebtedness Tb. general oater ef the busine or businesses I, my .r'C.
October. A.D.'* -
in the "due Clerk Clrunll Court. .
difficulty process"clause created by thlll or s By other corporation to be Iranaaeted by told Company I* as
convinced that with a PERFECTED By Elisabeth Jobmiton. D. C. or corporation awoelatiosi or aisoclationa, follows: T. J'1LJIV' : AT!'. %
of the federal constitution Sheriff of OsoeoU County',
EMPLOYERS' Tans Agnew A Cr.wtord. foreign. or domestic. and while the holder To make seerchta.: opinion., iarolaationa V.
NATIONAL
BEAUS rALMEB.Attorney
.
but the decisions of the United Solicitors for Complainant. tpereof to ezercl..11b.. rights and prlvllogre and Abstracts of Title to land sod other form $
for Plaintiff 10.05.'
LLABILITX. LAW the states of ownership including the right to vote of property; to guarantee and iaioi Title to .

to be land and other form of and make .,
States supreme court seem thereon. property, to ,
will gradually' enact effective legislation Order: of Publication accumulated and issn to
To etfploylt surplus Aaming or execute octoio'n*.certificate policies Notice Creditor

jpffcarmony with the na- the other way. la the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial prosin the !pniwbas or acquisition of Its and contract of Till Ouwastee and !loti.,. I. hereby glvea. to..dllon. ...... aad.distributees .
>
Circuit of the) State of Florida In and for 0. own cspl'.> stock or obligation from time to Title insurance; to b.;,,'_u.own, lens*. rent of.... e.t... of Temple A. Mlaz,

UoljlMw. I also advocate the en- A COMPENSATION LAW BY ceola County.; In Cnancrr! Robert B. time, a* lie board of directors may determine., exchange and deal la lands, and to build upon, ...... aha 1 have beaD appointed admlaitrator ..

of stringent liability law MAKING THE LIABILITY FALL Sa....., as guardian the eatat* ol Ollvine and to bold the same In I IU treasury lob thereafter evelog and Improve tb.* cams; to own and of the above wood .....*. std that DB

etment a IN PROPORTIONTO' Zella Savage, ..I..or. complainant, va Char gold Issued or disposed of when and IB leas realte. ai landlords' ; to loon mousy pmouIhavinfolalmdagalad Ibe *..... .... i

:f on thstheorynharan.Fe;: effective liar AUTOMATICALLY lea r.'PraTatti'as; es-'olBoio: sdmlBlalntor of neb moon **.the director may; deem **- on note. asd bonds secured by mortgagee* .........them daly authMiUoated: for MtUemea

followed THE NUMBER AND SERIOUSNESS tbeaetateof C..1.Commlegadecundan4! ,pe4I..." real estate or any kind of personal property!to witbla the Urn prMorfhed by law.KsmlmmMFUk. .

bOity.law is certain to be OF ACCIDENTS WOULD .Sarah Cummtoga Dl>ert Cummlisa, JaeotrOummlDra. To pursve any end all other businesses. and carry on a general. real estate" rant ollet- .< '. CXA&ENCE A.MINX\ k

by the general adoption 'of.precautionary ON THE Mary Williams nod Jennie to do sod and all other acts and lUnis, and toexercise tog ..auo11O act as real eetat broker* and April SI. Ulft, Adja (nlstralor 4 aid lA/afe.'
MAKE CARELESSNESS Frump,as belie of aid ..UI..d.1I persons nay and sllmbsr power which myb agent; to bar and ..11 real octet aid person I

; measures for the prevention PART OF THE EMPLOYER COSTLY claiming .. Interest the property; In necessary, expedient. or convenient In connection .1 property on _..reeIto Mboertb for, purchase

'ECONOMICALmerica'5 this Bill described defendants, Foreclosure with or' addition to the bealaess'andbusinesse , receive own and bold for Investment,or f t.
of accidents. AND CARE '
of Mortgage. hereinbefore specified, which a otherwise sen and dispose-of make advances f

r .J\ appearing the affidavit of P, A. Vans natural person and oorpontloa of this. character upon stocks, bond, shares,. aeoariU, W., G., tfANKINS I.

Agnew,counsel, for the'complaint. appended mr lawfully do and exercise end to do or obllgaUCBiof other oorporatloni whatsoever

--:-5, : to Ue Mil filed in the above Haled cause, lady tad all-of-tb. businesses or Ihtbgi before. ,-.h..l..t.i4 or orgsnlaed, and while r ..r. r ,_ i

Highest that the-
bert Ctlmmloga Jacob Cummin.., Mary Williams thejntentlon tbst sll lb. objects and or obligations,to exercise all th* right powers n.pm.DtlDar;; a

Tjhoughts ,Are TowardInternational and Jennie Frump therein named are powers *p* lfied and clans** contained IU this and privilege of ownership thereof, sad I* LEWIS UPCUURCU' CO.

non-rnldenU of the'state ef noiida | and tbat paragraph hall, cxeec*where vloenpressed. exercise all end say "otl power thereof; ..w"OLaIALJ: OaocRai

'-. .. Peace. the said Sarah CummlnM I.a resident of Letty.la . In said paragraph be nowise limitedor and generally; to emercls aachpowenaa may R Jackaonvtl)e, Fit'

the county of Pattldbag. SUM of Ohio she restricted by reference lo or Inference from b* Incident convenient to th. purport. or .

aids Delbert Cummlnga la resident of.Alice In the term of any other elan* of this or any buxinee of laid coiporaUrn;and to have. *xerCUM ICINGAN #.CO.

By Rabbi TEPHEN S. Will! of Mew York. the eoootr oI'ihIJa. Stale of-Oble, 1he -said other paragraph In this charter, but that the .nd enjoy, all .tb., rI.bte. power and O PACEEZANATIONAL"

Jacob Cummings a resident. of Marshall In obectsCnd power specified In eaoti. of the' privilege Incident to corporation organized. .'
-
n ; 4 js the hope "of an increasing group of Americans that the time tb. county of HlkhUnd. Mate of Ob in. the said. clause* ef this paragraph shall be regarded .*I and existing under and bf virtu of the laws of 1t. ,

ENGLISH SPEAKING Mary William la- waldent of Ford I. the, Independent objects and power This charter tb. Slate (If.,6r1c1..
when the TWO. GREAT K Snow. CASE CO: ;
I.r will soon come the county of Dlnwlddle,State of Virginia Sad may be amended. from time to time as provided ARTICLE III

\ COUNTRIES WILL LABOR UNITEDLY IN ORDER the said Jennie Tramp la n resident of Lttr; In by law now or hereafter enacted, Th* amount of the capital stock authorised ->ETC.j;j ,
the county of Pauldloi. aforesaid, 'State of shall b* Twentv-te Thousand Dollars divided ; '
LIMITATION OF AR ARTICLE m -- ),
S t BRING ABOUT A said defendants into Two Hundred and E
TO Ohio; and that all the are over Fifty shares of the par
the age twenty-one ;yen The amount of the capital stock .u.bort..1 value of One Hundred Dollars each Quotations 0' Applicatbe J

' MAMENTS.The It lii therefore ordered lint add non-resident shall be Three Hundred. Thouiand Dollars, Any part or all of said .,.pll.l.tooll may be III w SlAiN a utali t : X

United States is peculiarly qualified to lead, for the reasonS defendants be, and they are hereby requiredto divided Into Three Thousand .b.... of the star payable either In mob or In property, I.bor..r R

appear to tbe bill of complaint Bled in said value of OM Hundred Dnllara Park services at a just valuation to b* fixed by the PHONlarf' -4o '

that it has no open questions with European powers. cause on, or before..... Bale Day of tbli Court Two Hundred Thousand Dollars of as id stock incorporalora. or by; the director at a meeting / : '

it unthinkable that tbe American people In February J,... D. i.ll.h..same being the I 6th tooonslel of Two Thousand share of the par called for such purpose.

i Moreover, day of said month of February; otherwise (be ,.10.01 One Hundred Dollar each shall.. The atborlaed capital stock may be Issued ,/ a'r'

.' would enter upon--a WAR WITH JAPAN. alienations of said bill-wUl- ...-.kea.-.oafesred.by oommoil_stock: and One Hundred-Thousand .ad paid for at inch tlm* or time*-and upon

in America laid dol..s...... Dollaa: of such sack consisting of One Tbona- such term and eooditlou a.the board of ..-

Happily we have but a few newspapers It la further ordered that tala\ order be published and share 01 the |.r value of One Hundred rectors mv;determine; and It may be Increed a ;
W1h L 'yfl12ffD11
which' eeek to FOMENT THE WAR SPIRIT. once a week for four eonoscntlve weeks Dollar aseb, shall. bet enmnlatlr preferred from Nee to tin beyond; the smouDltoted .
stock entitled to a sa per sent dividend la la the
awarded In the Kisilmmea VaUey Osaette, a newipaperpobllsbed manner provided by; law
The ,Nobel peace prize might fittingly be ia the coenty efOeosola, Blots. of every fiscal year before payment; of any dividend ARTICLE IT .
upon tha common stock, and dlasolailon '
upon "
;t to the editors of some'of the great American newspapers norida.Witness . or vibe winding of th. TIt..porattoa bun TOnnesaloa lij 1U
the no. :. .5./_...Judge p company; or corporate Dame perpetually and I
to
'" "' who have been strong and outspoken against of said Court, ..d.) bead as Clerk thereof dlstribntloa It* capital, shall be entitled to perpetoally. exist ... ;
'
.,,' 's,. between United State sad the official seal of aaid Court, ibis the 2nd I fall paymeat: beTor any portion ..,meb capiUl LETIOLE Y } eid 4.
the poeuhflitr; of war the lay of December A. D.1(10 shall ba distributed to holders of the sousmoo Tb.buluas.1Oh.eorpagat1. Qeal Es.t
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*hslbos .
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stock.Ay .
t... ;.. and Japan/* AUTHOR B. DONXOAJI I IIIMlJ : dueled by a preqideat vie .........,a ( ,- ',., -. .. '("I
all of . *'
i .. Clerk Circuit Conrt. part or said apfsl .. may be rotary sod treosarer.and >*

.:!, ',a, : .11I i III KtS By IKakbeth Johosto* '1 D. O.Vans .j payable either iaeh *r la property, kbororervtees consisting ef ant losa than tare a board ae*of directors .
mesa than
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THR ApSW aa Jest 'vilaatloa to be Died by theloeorBoralon.
IN A Crawford, ATe
HIGHBT THOUGHTS AND FINEST CONSCIENCES mem ben;the .amber at diredon subs
or by the direocr
Bolielton. ( Ooaapkaaaat.'. i itannrtlaajcalled '
or Bad the
stockholder
:AMRICA.ACL AR.bN" THE,. ,*'?. 'V ;.INTERNATIONAL GOOD WILL .for aeh.*rpese; ate the ,.ac-e.a oz. ....M tt_ Tb omen puss.la the may by-law held* from two ,,t,

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i Si : I heek", He 'hard'a nice face, Lydia .. ___ '....... i
: trie,1.is admitted: to herself, but she had been "

: h brought up to beware of fascinating .Ideal Seed Potatoes :

your Lydia'sLegacy. strangers,. and this Individual: was the r
nearest approach to a fascinating "

stranger, Lydia bad ever chanced to
Improved Rose No.4. ;
meet Polly added\ tumult to confusion ., ..' .
f'
ready and, see it *

i come .t & '. "Stephen: ?" Stephen Be a good Red.. Bliss Triumph, Irish,) 'Cobblers! '

.. For only $l'an' acre per month we will sell you a Florida! citrus fruit I A Parrot That ,Tint Brought boy-marry Lyddy and everything; Fine" '; . .
J and winter vegetable garden farm situated on the main line of the Atlantic 1 j i, will be all right!" he screamed Hand Screened, !Selected Stock_*. .In= IBO-ib'S,.:', ck .
Coast Line R. R. between KISSIMMEE and Loughman Fla. Trouble Then a Husband the -
,? midway Lydia was almost hysterical as '
*'" stranger paused again and thrust ,a ,' These potatOM- ere'grown forum, under contract, In the best
lake tropic highlands I By CLARISSA MACKIC.. finger between tbe wires, of the-cage. potato section of Maine. They are true to name andd irabl In

This 1s the high ridge land west of the railroad and is In the beautiful Polly clung to the finger, crooning eVery way. 'The RfGHT' SEED is most ,esBentlal/forsuccess 'ln..
S highland lake region of semi-tropical Florida-the very heart of the I Copyright" 1910, by American" p1:... 8Ottl)'. With a sudden movement growing this crop. '" "I'

fruit growing{ and"vegetable raising section the state.. A splendid crop -- Auoctatlon. .- Lyijla thrust (be cage In' tbe man's .. \ .I
now on the trees., \ ;

no swa'mps-no 'wet, lands-no stagnant water Lydia JXliorae' read the 'letter three arms"Take him If you want him- I'm IDE t'L POTATO MANURE and W. & T's HASTING1: ? 1 ,

ta This is a high rolling country, dotted with deep lakes of crystal water times before she fury,understood Its ,sure I don't!" And then, unheeding t POTATO SPECIAL .are' the RIGHT FERTILiER$ ,r
} his sharp: exclamation of surprise, she
and drained.with fast flowing water courses. Her you can make a meaning. Couched In the heavy
v'!'f( beautiful home. 'Many of our customers are now hereI clearing: land, phntfeolOK7? of a country lawyer, It'aunounced darted away in the hurrying crowd Send. for', our'booklet en if tied "Irish Potatoes .
0--
1 t' building their houses etc.-you will have plenty of good neighbors. In 'that the widow of ber uncle, She was quite breathless" when ahe .
a few months this will be a settled country, ad this is colony proposition. reached the homo of le cousin thai \ .. .
If you don't like the low flat country and/ ave been waiting for Sidney Ransom,. bad\ died a short time afternoon dud found It/difficult to explain I

some good high rolling land to be placed on the market-this is your ago, leaytng-to'Lydib., a legacy The tile absence of PoUf I .Wjlson & Toomer. Fertilizer. Co.' ,

ei, opportunity. Highland in Florida is scare -don't neglect. this opportunity lawyer went on to state that although "1 left him behind," shl\aald? evasively S q

i : ;-co"l\'?.and, see jt at,once. Mm. Ransom had" never /seen the niece and with tbls explanation Mrs. Jacksonville Fla' -
terms' of ber husband, she had been greatly Brent hnd to be content : .
our During I the next few days/ Lydia 1 1I 1w.
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impressed roporls of her Kind nod
I '. You tl acre. 810 month for a tenacre'tract by
t pay only an permonth. a wondered what had become of-tier '-'
; $20 for_a twenty-acre tract, etc. The price is $25 an acre. This amiable disposition, and so to her lov --
," I She was ashamed of her Im- - '-- --- --
parrot
rII t ,_ gives you over two years in which to complete payment. Ing rare' she letthl'r'pet bird a (parrot end
patience toward thF"stranger
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110/aXes.-uo/ fees To Lydia, who detested, parrots aa thought somewhat ruefully that Aunt r ., ; I

You pay no taxes, recording fees--you pay for the land, .that noisy; ungraceful creatures, this legacy Susan Ransom would have considered '
is all.| -- in her well her a shrew rather than a kind and
.fell as a calamity quiet, or
Santa GlausHeadquarters
amiable hnd the good lady seen
dared existence She scarcely read the person!
if you should die __ badly wrjtten postscript, which stated her HI\ temper on the day of her jour. .

i y Before completing payment for your land we will at once, and without that the remainder of Mrs Ransom's ney .

any further payment-being made, give a warranty deed to the estate had gone to a favorite nephewof ': The second. evening after her arrival ..lI
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; person named by you,. her own. !' as they sat at tea Mrs. Brent

for The In |t'broke the silence that had fallen between
'no'expense ditchingThe parrot arrived a crate I .
land is and There was a tall perching stand for them:
high naturally drained-put your money into other
"Queer, wasn't It, tbat Susan Ran
improvements The land Is very clear and open so that clearing is an f Polly In the ci-ate with the cage, and ,. '
easy matter-there is very little heavy timber-AND PRACTICALLY I the parrot was soon at home on the som should have left. everything: to.
Stephen when he! dAn't need the money
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NO/PALME'"fO-- I perch, a chain secured around one leg I
and left that to
just parrot
i you
and fastened to the stand
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free railroad transportationWe take care oft Never saw Susan In .& E
chock/full
Our is
Lydia found her new companion tbe store of brand new things
We will pay your fare round trip from Kissimmee and give you a source of much amusement for several your life!, did you? .
'! as ielightful surrey ride to the lakes through a beautiful country. Writea days He learned to call 'her by name, "No," said Lydia "but I used to for Xmas gifts. Let us help you solve .

a card stating what day you would like to make the trip and our Sales and at times It almost seemed as If she write to Uncle Ransom, and then after I.
.' ,lanager; Mr. Stryker, wllI-me"'t! you either at Loughman or Kisaimmee.m .'bed a human companion la her lonely be died I kept up a correspondence the problem of "what shall it be."

life. 'i 1 with Aunt Suss 11. I quite liked-.bel',
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Her house was situated at the end of too. She used to write about the parrot -

ii. *orida Fruit & Truck Land Co. the long village street, and few came but I never dreamed she would '
leave It to me. I never liked parrots
to her save when there was dressmaking "
much
to be done but Stillwntor was near
C.-/W.-DANN
: Kissimmee or Loughman.! Fla. "I guess you could have used some /
: a large city and most of the women
iStJ money" remarked Mrs Brent, stirring
bought their clothes In I the ready made

1, 'ry, 'T! . sbops, so LydIa did not have much to ber tea thoughtfully' "Stephen" don't "THE STO E OF

'"( ....#.......................e"s+siai L....+hii..# do. i' need any more n he's got. QUALITY"I
? "Is Stephen the n"1'be.tallert'fl
,.11 .: It was the "|irlng of the year, jind
Lydia with very pink cheeks She I
worked much In her .
III Lydia gardenMany .
Full line School Supplies especially was thinking of Pollys allusions to"St..pben ,
: / times Polly sat near on his ," owe\aaarw r.w..w
designed( for O.sceola High School teI "perch, shrilly delimit of the wild birds
1 "Of Wood
+ that hovered curlouwly.about him. : course-Stephen QUf'l'ryou

t .Y PRICES LOW and
him and IM-CO.USP he
day night never
III little green shoots from one.bed to ens -
kl ******** 1 got married He a doing real well in
***>***.* : other the he's lit-, the coal business and
I "You're growing old, old, old!" shrieked city- I CONTRACTOR and BUILDERDoes -
a Is making money hand over list,"
: Polly, with su(1den'llIdlctl"eo'ss
' I "Hate ever seen him" asked /
Kissimmee CQ. : and a dreary forebodliig In his tone you
i Drug
i Lydia In a queer voice
j that startled bU new mistress
I 1 "Land, yes! Good looking too. Tall General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti-
She turned wistful brown ejesln his
: and lean, with clean shaved face and mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whetherit '
...................................................F* direction. Lydia she Thome still retained was no longer bright blue eyca-colors up like a girl\ be a Two-Room: Cottage or a Tourist Hotel\ ,
young, but a certain '
when he's embarrassed lIe always :(
-- -- - ---- of .
-- sweet youthfulness expressionand
( seemed! to think _B lot of that parrot. Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS .J. '
- fly \\wNa\NNN\a\NNa\N\\aN\N.N\N\aNN\awN\\.N\N\a. f I her brown hair showed not one '
I visited there once you know. I with
in which he has"met the greatest success
R : ; thread of gray Perhaps It-'was lie .
should think he'd have wanted It. I'm
e'' THIS BANK MAKES A SPECIALTY : I cause her heart would never grow old disappointed you didn't bring It, Ly of any man in Florida.
$ tor at thirty-eight Lydia was youngertjmn i.
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t --of Eatabhshing Banking Relations with i many women at eighteen She dla They say its a very clever bird. Give him your Jwor'k and it
I shall be In Stlllwater before long Kissimmee Fl
: I never thought of her but now. will be well and'quicldy a.
age "done.
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i! NEW TO FLORIDA and I'll see him then. #-
\ I COMERS when Polly repeated himself la a sudden
1 I Lydia| was doubtful whether Mrs.
fury of words she felt, that they
Brent"would ever see the parrot again i-?
;
t Any information regarding Banking this section of the must be true."YOu'r although'Mr: -Wood might return the .n__ __ .__ ___ _, ___ __ __ __ __ __-- -
country will be cheerfully given, and your business with : growing old, old, old as the bird to 'hert" :she: knew, where 'she '. :

t 'j_:.. ... us will be strictly confidential, i everlasting hills. Never mind Lyddy might be found, tornow.she, knew it +I+++*++++++-l'++++++1'*'+++I+++4.4-4! +1'+M''*+'V+++''M'+|++I + H++++

a ..- i shall marry Stephen, and then. every was Stephen Wood who had, stopped *
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i' : : i thing will be all right. Oh, gee!" I ;
and spoken to ber, that 'day fn the THE I
f i Polly made'a savage peck at a saucy railway station. " '. ," CASH STORE

,; tl ICit1zens Bank of Kissimin'ee blue jay who had ventured close to,his After all. tbe visit' did not turn out

: perch and sent the. bandit bird screamIng to be as enjoyable as Lydia bad antlclpated -
I i AaTae. Eo noNlIOoUI H. Y. PraNN W. H. NORTON : to tbe top of .a tall elm tree. First Door North of Postoffice
L '" .1 .... ..Dt Vioe-.Id.nt CuhNr i! Polly scratched his ear reflectively. *"
The 'little house seemed a\N\NNN*
--- ;......................"\..........................--........", -"Poor old Stephen! very lonely
when returned to Stillwater.
} Lydia
Lydia was Interested. "Who Is Stephen May bad come, and with It the smellof There you will find SHOES, HATS,


r W. ARNOLD "Stephen's?" she asked a fool. lie must marry Lydia apple leaned blossoms over tbe and gate young and watched clover. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all of]lib( est
H-
Lyddy. Then everything will be all
the golden cloud of dust that pre>
right" cackled the bird. ceded the rumbling stage. The even- quality and lowest prices._ .

=\. . Contractor and. Builder "What nonsense!" cried Lydia indignantly Ing train was In, and presently, after

"What does the bird mean?" the stage had carried the mall to tbe [ Call Before Baying Elsewhere.f _

f*' IPLA N_ AND ET..TE. FiJi..MIt .IEO She wondered often after that, for postofflce, she would throw a shawl ... .
ON APrLsOATIO dr Polly seemed to find great comfort In about her shoulders and go down after
i speaking of the unknown Stephen and her newspaper and letters. ... ..**"*.+a-+++to+i+.' IH...v++f++) M'++f.i.+l ++++I++9 M..M....

'PT through Polly Burned that Stephen -
Lydia
.The stage rolled past The driver
,. ; J guarantee my work, when completed, to be ,
was a good boy and a credit to waVed his whip at her, and her gave ,
r just contracted for.
u
,, bis family and If be would only go followed the vehicle down the long 'C, A. CARSON, President t.. C. BRYAN, 1 SVCBETABYv
P,o. Bs Hy R....._..Uppa nuad.aya and see Lyddy he would at once fall street Into the'village. She did not .. :
.j In love and marry her. hear footsteps approaching from the

.' ,,. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA / Then one day came a letter from a opposite direction and as she turned The Waters & CarsohGrocery

*t: cousin In another village Inviting Lydia her bead Polly's familiar voice broke "'
,
to come and'spend a week with her, harshly on the still air: '4.

8ITUATSD AT and, having heard of Polly's arrival ;"Here we are;sir! Well well Be a

e l aM THE PlOffl LllMBIG SOP KI88IMMBE. FLA.H. she extended permission for Lydla to good boy, Stephen, and marry Lyd=- Company f

.t EDMUND SWABEY bring her l gacT. dy"- Polly's voice died away' In&an -

This Lydia was loath to"do, for tbeparrot'a Indignant squawk as a strong band

,ti CONTRACTING cage was heavy and moat unwieldy reached In the cage and.chastised him.
L : } PLUMBER Wholesale and Retail DealeralnIGR.QCE'RIE'S I .
and she did not really care It was Stephen Wood bringing Polly

enough for the bird to carry it about home ,
;.r. PLUMBING IN-.ALL. ITS BRANCHES the country. Nevertheless none of her "Mrs. Brent told me you bad returned ;
_
neighbors seemed willing to undertake borne, and so I have brought the

Tinning, Brazing, Pipe Cutting, Threading, Its care so one bright morning found -bird.back to you. Miss Thorns. I am oj

Steam Pipe Pitting Pump Work Lydia and Polly speeding cityward' sure you mifst have thought me impertinent
h 'd tbe railroad train that day In the station.( Of '
?I .i and General Jobbing The parrot proved a diverting com course you did not know me, bat I "

panion, and It seemed as if they had recognised Polly's voice and should WE SELL WE BUY
": t assortasit of BATH TUBS, LAVATORIES, CLOSETS, SINKS, EJC always ii stock
scarcely started before the train drew have made myself known to yon at .
.
Into the noisy station where, she had once." -
HAY
to change care. "I was very rude to ;you," said Lydia I HIDES

Lydia was' walking through the long gratefully as she, opened the gate to DRAIN

;. dt> EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH building, carrying the heavy cage in admit him,- "but I was very tired, and FURS 4

I + Ast aa.dard oil Cq.w her already tired arm., when Polly setup I was a little tired of Polly Just then, FERTILIZERS
,
TJ a violent outcry and it all happened so suddenly You WOOL

1' MACH BROS_ "Stephen! Stephen! Oh, Stephen, understand?" SHINGLES I

1f Tl wait for Lyddy!" he shrieked fran '"Of course I understand. Polly Is ORANGE BOXES AND

tiresome most of the time but he has
,:; Ivery.'Feed. and Sale Stable tlcally.man crossing diagonally In front many good qualities If be had not ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE ALL
l .. ? of them paused and looked curiously recognized me that day I would not '
-Agt. International Harvesting Co.; at the parrot. have the pleasure of returning him to CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE 4. .1

"That's a good boy Stephen. Marry you," said Mr. Wood. '
1.J:. zt: S .A.-y.. "C'L]: Lyddy and everything will be all right They sat down on the steps, And !bit CRATE NAILS 'an

v Such a bandsome Polly! The bird man looked admiringly at Lydia pink

.. ,,,:,Everything new and first class. We render prompt and 'wa. fluttering to and fro and Lydia and glowing and sweet as one of the .

', satisfactory service day or night.; found difficulty In holding tbe cage apple blooms ovmhead. We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. '

., mprigbt. "Be a good boy, Stephen, and marry We give special attention to fitting out :hunting) and: ''
;'camping
'x 'ONe" HALF BLOCK .FROM PASSENGER DEPOT Tbs stranger: approached and lifted Lyddy.: and everything will be all .
bis hat "'t- am sure Polly U an old right- shrilled Polly suddenly, and parties. ?. ,
isimtnee, FJn. Phone 113 friend of mlna," be said courteously. then was such a note of prophecy: la Frte delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.

Hs rtcogiilMfl m., aad"- his raucous voles that LydU's brows we are county agents fur good fertiIiZ r8. Aski us) for:circtlltr'

Tired LyOla naab d ,Indignant .,... yes ten before lltephen'. steady bins and prices on fertilizers. ,

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Orator.
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V Ocala Banner: The- Democrats of .
North Carolina have be n listening respectfully -
to Vice President Sherman You are not going to have much. k

4 By a while he has been telling them not to trouble this year to do your
.' V. vote the Democratic ticket simply because -
A True their fathers did so, or from SHOPPING -
4f force of b.M*,."rUt la said that he CHRISTMAS ,
4' "" nce Inw has even been ""frequently applauded,"

: : t Courtesy is one of the finest characteristics -. Just step into the .
r poken. of the South.-Christian Science
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i in a Flori- The above reminds us of a story told NEW JEWELRY STORE .
i recently met and .
y y for the ain they on Colonel Ed. Gunby of Tampa, a -.- .
I discussed politics splendid man and a beautiful .esker.It .,
f;,. r. the i Florida senatorial is said that he wes addressing a 1'\'
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: V baetlcular. meeting at Klssimmee and with that "
r -S 4 ere all J I really men of Interested Intelligence in rare courtesy spoken of by the Moni- There is everything.tkat your heart could '

r I a outcome of the present tor, he waX 'giverr-inoat respectful at- wish br. Don't make a mistake and buy
ered fight for senatorial tention. In roundin one of his periods -
: he asked if there waXa Democratin before y u.have looked our stock over.,

!set-of men the was usual a \commer-bright the audience; if ao woul-he please It's prctty liard to enumerate everything --,. J

y wiiveier type, ;worthy another representative was a welltodoarmer gf stand questions up;, promising that he wanted at the to same ak time him we have so we win Just Invite you to come '' __. .

that best a and happiest vocation;' the that he.would not embarrass nor humiliate and look the stock oYer; .lam sure you willfully ;. ''. .a
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third wee a merchant, who had him in A lank ," 'w'
any way. long, don't/v'ii
ideas and ideals of politics, as well as 'cow stood and ; .':' feel repaid. even ongl1 you
t"!' magnate up acknowledged -
/business. that he was a Democrat. ""Now 'O \I\\ ';.',:.,.wish to buy. ..
next United States sena-
tbr1""Who,i. going to be our 1 why," 1 Insinuatively queried the speak , '- 'Vr."o",.. . : ,, "" .

The question was put by the drummer. The merchant err "are you a Democrat "Well", .
looked at the farmer"but was first with the. said the fellow "I'm a Democrat because - 0
answer. Said the merchant: I I've always been a Democrat;

"Well air, I think it will be Bryant though, candidly. my father was a Democrat my A. COL
I believe ought to be Stockton. father was a Democrat, so I'm aDein-
The farmer still silent, the drummer. said to the "
ocrat. "Ah, that' what I expected; .
merchant: Stockton, but aid the orator, "and that's the,reason .
_. with that it ought to be ,
"I you
agree nine-tenths of the Democrats Dem ... ."
I haTe about decided to try Blount this time. I have are .-. '
voted for John Stockton so long and so often, always ocrat&" Warming up* to his subject M
losing my vote that I have almost concluded there I. he smilingly suggested: "Suppose ,
for him to be elected, and I don't care. tofore.er ,
chance .
no that your father had been a thief; your .
be on the losing side. Large desk blotters tor sale at this
merchant:was about to reply when the farmer grandfather had been a thief-in that office for 10 cents. '
I The ease what would you beT" 'Well," . '
spoke.. up: ..... The SuIiisseJry Goods Store
R .
'- ."Gentlemen pardon me, but I think you are. both drawled out the lean, lank gentleman after his :
"I; would boa Republican.Tampa "Did yow husband recover ,
wronsT the
accident "No. replied r
said both the others: "wewant Tribune. railway I
"No aoologles needed us have It," widow, -bat i dial-$30,000." Ladles' Furnishing a Specialty::

"Well your, ge'UftD.n..1Ud opinionlet the farmer, I feel that I TOur Christmas' ,Goods of ,all' kinds. ,
> jilt a vote In my life, although only.twice '
-baYe'liner
have Ln my candidate ticket for president from principle elected.andthIItfo. 1 Mrs. E.t.L Pierce .
have.*Ud the Democratic f" Proprietor
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... I do not consider my vote \Ipst. 1 ban voted'fnWohn ,
Stockton every time I could because he stood

jSSkeep JK. the on voting true Democratic for him until principle he is elected.and I expect I see no Oysters "Beaman Slock", Kisslmmee\ ,'110rtdL: .

SS more reason to drop Stockton than to drop the Democratic -
_*** party because of several defeat o
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t'\} ":"By holding on and keeping up the Democratic elect party -. Have the Tang Qf.tl1o'ea
; for many years we are now almost certain to .
In 1912, and by holding on and - -
president
a Democratic voting .for Stockton for so long a tim., ., The Graystone )Auto GarageAGENCY

f..ipar.senate next that January.we will"land him in the United States_J We receive our oysters under"regulationsof oM.- .

said the dnlJD1J i-. which the :
"Good for our farmer friend, the SealshiptSystem covers FOR-
confess that there i. logic in his argument""More
"I must
truth than poetry." said the merchant. . growing, shucking, shipping, selling p\\ ;

After all were seated 'smokingroVmon BUICK "
taaddressed
GAS'AND '
the drummer ,
the train the erc6
thus: Sealshipt Oysters OVERLAND .

e' '!'Bill we must all\ confess that. what needed that In'our HUDSON __ STEAM CARS .'-*" f*
United States senators are just the qualities WHITE' \ \ ". . ---
John Stockton Is full of. His ability and energy are -
: unquestioned, his itriet integrity is admitted even by rotecied:by an Effective System
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A+, his political enemies."He 5
has made politic. a study as no other man inFlorida Supplies, Repairs and Accessories
has. He III a man of affair He could soon At the seaside they are packed, Handled In this way, they re-
i- '- be a 'millionaire if he worked only for himself. But he solid, Into alr-tiahteoDtainera andth&x taro all the freshness and flavor ofoysters '
has been for a of a century the friend and defender SEALED. The iee-illon the just taken from the beds. AMPLE GARAGE
l w of the common quarter and he would, without OUTSIDE of the containers. The They are all solid meats-oot a ROOM PHONE '164; '
doubt Florida' the container in patent Se hipdrop of water has everbeen added l
p. "* godsend to and a credit to nation are '
I if he should become United States senator.;' tora. /' -no ice has ever touched them.

S- S .. "jbelle.vVu are right," answered the dru nmeri We bare the sole authority to They are economical pint is
t| 11 while.Blount. and Bryan are both good i break the aeal of the/Sealshiptor., eDOU.JtA for a family Cfflt' *. R
., "* am Bur tt>"t Florida's to either or- transfer the to our
voters do not owe We oysters Plea
Twsla's Story"
.Rteandwhite Oyster
'both combined what thei owe to their fearless, wise blu pbreelaiiK =Sealahiptlcaae. ; L. M. MARSH fit Co.. '
+ ,and honest friend John St.ockton. W. bind TOG :SealCall at our store and get this ,
"Now' lotus al\\1 three ny, here.and. now and wher- shipt-Oyster. inthe wax-lined Interesting little, storyytogeth.r DALE* IN FINB LlNB OF .
ever with a number of shore recipe, '
white Sealsbipt
'Vote blue and pape!
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men agreed
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